The Panama American


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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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.

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University of Florida
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Texans Here

Seeking New

Trade Ties

In order to get the people of
Texaa a quainted with Panama,
16 prominent Texaw arrived
here this afternoon on a 13-day
flyia trip throughout Latin
oFrd Pool, Gulf Coast man-
ager f the East Texas Chamber
of Comece, is the leader of
the "Rood will ambassadors,"
who include bank officials, ex-
=rters, Importers and Indus-
"We can do better business
with eaph other If we get ac-
quainted personally with people
In Lctn American doing the
same type of business," Pool re-
They' will confer with bdal-
neumen and government lead-
er to tell them about export-
able pdMtcts of East Texas
for the marketable goods of La-
un Amerita.
Ist s on the 15 Itinerary
wa W then Caracas and
pis being made be-
S"the I-mpotance of
w ade to the rapidly ex-
industries aknd manua-
f the ast Texas area,"
Pbl 41"and we ftel we have
a a to offer Latin America
and t they have a good mU-"
et ter us."
hundreds of a lions of
dol arsent annually in the
Unlt4 States by oXi Latin A.
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&t. cn ll be le 'Ie p>ers Wch line the bottom
plly a o ( the splUway to help break the
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SMinor alterations were made
rtlnfPa nam sn between 1914 and 1919 as means
SacL Tea I of improving their resistance to
be Iested was ltho treiaendome forces to which
Si they are sanlipted.


Enemy Fighters

Start To Score

SEOUL, Jan. 17 (UP) Communist night fighter
over North Korea are now using attacking United States
Superforts with rockets, it is befiyved.
This would explain how three times more Superfort ...
have been downed in the last three weeks than in the
first 29 months of the Korean war.
The United States Air Force -has not yet officially
confirmed the news that the Reds are using rockets, but
UN pilots are known to have said so.
-it hasi=.zt been possible so fqr to get a detaid
description of flH new weapons, which are launched from
either jet or propeller-driven night fighters..

In the week ending midnight
Friday Red fighters downed two
night-flyng Superforts. The
previous week they shot down
Till then, since the beginning
Qf the war in Korea, only one
Superfort had been shot aown,
and ft in a day raid.
.- It, lpeumed-St hat the two
were lost .in the saturation id
on the 1 ltal Commenlst
brd network In the' v.ilty

one of tir b je o tsh
war. shoot down 4 Migs
Two other UN pkanns were
brought down by Communist
muarcraft fire, while three are
,Mnn on operations.

Smithsonian oas
33total of 33184,494 Objects
- Theitution t morane Institution
reported today it added B.000
objects to Ite,museum: collection
during 1l5P...
Human skeletons, rare Insects,
tropical plants, and tha saddle
once used by the late Gen. John
J. Pershing were among them.
The SMlthsoplan now has a
total of 33,184,04 objects. Ten-
tatlve value is estimated by the
Institution at more than $1,-

iiosed Troopship Due Tuesday
med Tl7 nawvemel q1 namedtbr willboll a dinner meeting dinner on the subject of MSTS
be W -P. Upau t aboard the Upshur Tuesday and other shipping matters.
knob. aple Participants will gath- Keel tort. U ikbur was laid
St I a&t aI 8lMFe Strangers Club at 6 In September I ad sho was
orf-.... '.. launched by the New York Ship-
r .' "' -"buildings Cororatlon In Cam-
air MMSeS of the Upsh"r12 Cant. Commander J. A. Maloney, dem, N. J. In January 1951.
arts Keu'th G. TIb.n, 5M, of M-c, mmandinL officer of the She makes a speed of 21-%V
Mea month, Long Iland. M': S in the Caribbean su.- knots; weIghs 17600 tons; draws
The Prnpeller ub of Pana- area, will pirve an address at the 27 feet, and is 533 feet long with
a beam of 73 feet.
She was orally built for
the Amnerlean Prudent Lines as
X the President Hayes, under the
Merchant aMarine Act of 1936.
Construction was taken over by
the Maritime Administration on
S September 15, 1940.
Designed by George C. Sharp,
Inc., the ship was intended for
200 passengers.
By recommendation of the
Ioln Chiefs of Staff, She was
converted to accommodate 1506
troops in argo-l4old dormitories
and 302 cabin passengers.'
Her asingliesrew turbine en-
gines generate 12A500 s h a f t
She carries a crew of 233 civil-
ilans nd mBl duaamant of

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this country will have ace
tean-spannind-guided mMaies
airly soon." reported i--
teWe and appalling" strides a
'tdcaic wea!ns development.
lettertld a farewell new
con nce the speed with which
ths weapons are being de-
veloped makes It Imperative to
review, the military gals out.
lined in President Truman's fis-.
cal 1954 budget which went to
re saM these gals aetu y
were set as far baek as :1=
and that anyone who thift
they will lead to the ridM
kind of forces does not und
stand what Is happening In
the fastere moving period a
the history... of warfare."
In an Indirect bid for mere
airpower, Finletter said the
United States must remAn "so
darned strong," there would be
no "best time" for an enemy
attack. Such an attack, he aid*
dictated, would set off an atomic b
war that would "blow civllW-.
tion off the globe." r
The final answer to the prb '
lem. he added, Is "foolproof'
world disarmament. But while
the search for means of dis.
arming goes on, he said, the
United States must attain mari
mum military strength.
People who talk abeot w
dangers receding or inweue-
ing don'tt make much eehse,
Finletter eommenteI, becnse
"they have no more Idea to
you or me" about Rosioa' In-
Discussing missiles, he said
that for perhaps 30 years them
will be a "mixed phase" In
which both guided projectiles
and piloted airplanes will be
used by the armed forces.
He was asked wbhe the e
would be a trans-osean mas-
"Fairly soon." he relied. -
Boeing Aircraft Co., disMeod
last Saturday that as e rly
as 1949 it had developed '
cessful guided missiles capable
of speeds almost twice that of
sound. Since then, it said, the
knowledge gained from that
program has been applied to
"advance" programs of mis"e
Finletter said that If Con-
gross cuts the Air Force b.d-t
for fiscal 1954. which Inchlu
$16,788,000,000 in new ands, the
result will be to "dimanisbh
force and increase tne k.ft- *k1
hood of war."

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-O -
PANAMA-The Central Amer- million pounds Is predicted for
ican countries are frequently and this year. Crude sugar In the
incorrectly called "banana re- from of cakes called panell" to-
publics," whereas coffee Is the taled 60,000,000 pounds in 1952,
chief e x po rt crop. Since the and Increase of 5,000,000 pounds
prices of both coffee and bana- over 1951.
ns remained high and the de- t d d
mand constant, 1952 was a pros- Banana production declined
porous year. sharply because of labor trouble,
destruction by storms and the
Business has been good in all abandonment of many plants
of these countries except Pana- tons on the Atlantic Coasty
m and Guatemala. Panami has the United Fruit Company, Ship-
just had four years of political ments by the UnitedFruit Corn-
uncertainty with four changes of pany for the first nine months
government disturbing business of 1952 amounted to 2,315,000
and limiting expansion. The new compared to 4,151,000 bunches
administration, which appears for the same period in 1951. Any
stable, still has to restore confid- expansion of banana planting is
ence and provide efficient gov- unlikely at this time.
ernment. Honduras
Strikes and Communist-led la-
bor agitation, especially against Business was b e t t e r in 1952
foreign companies and particu- than in 1951 in Honduras and
larly United States concerns, prospects are good for further
have been a definite handicap to improvement in 1953 under the
business generally in Guatemala. present Government, which has
However, the coffee industry the maintained order throughout the
country's main support, largely country without oppression or
in the hands of Guatemalans, suppression, either politically or
did not suffer seriously from la- economically.
bor unrest. Guatemala's o n c e The foreign debt of Honduras
prosperous and popular tourist had been reduced to only $182,-
trade almost disappeared during 000 as of July 1, last and could
the ten-eek suspension of Pan be liquidated at any time. The
American World Airways service internal debt stands at about $6,-
as a result of trouble with both 000,000, of which $2,000,000 is a
labor and the Government. local bond issue for highway con-
Political Trouble
Political Trouble An agricultural school was
Business has not suffered from opened June 1, 1952, in the rich
political disturbances in any of Olancho Valley, whe r e ninety
the countries. T h e r e were no students will be taught better
changes of government by force methods of farming. The school
and few subversive plots were re- is patterned on the successful
ported. Pan American School of Agri-
culturgof the United Fruit Corn-
The Government of Salvador Many at Zamorano, and is staffed
declared a sixty day state of by graduates of that school. It
selge, suspending constitutional was built and is supported wholly
guarantees, as a result of disco- by the Honduran Government.
very of a Communist plot. said to The Bank of Development es-
have been directed from GO te- tablished b the Government in
mala, the chief center of Corn- 1950 is beginning to supply cre-
m un s t operations In Central dit to small farmers and business
America. This had no apnreclable men. However. more capital Is
effect on business In Salvador, needed. For the first time
perhaps the busiest of the Cen- Honduras small f a r m e r and
tral American Republics. tradesmen can get loans for as
little as5 lempiras ($12.50) at
The year-old Organization of the maximum legal interest rate
Central American States did not of 8 per cent. Former interest
bring about the economic and rates on small loans were any-
political cooperation that was ex- thing the lender could get, run-
pected. A meeting of Ministers ning from 10 per cent up, and
of Economy held: in the capitl quReidy It was up. The b,.t
of on on Aug. UAWdid ttl hs fond that a maortyot
bynd la the groundwork these small loans are paid in f1
foir cooperation in the future de- at expiration and many of them
velopment of natural resources before maturity.
and transportation systems. The
directors of the central banks, of The Banco de Propledad (Build-
the five countries met Aug. 14, ing LoBa Bank), the first in the
also in Tegucigalea. The first history of Honduras. began over-
meeting was largely exploratory. action Aug. 1 to aid home builders
The w rk,.of. Ve t o n tn come brackets. Con-
proqram_ iyf ( str;0 both the Govern-
5-. e inst v Hon me nVr a te builders was
uras, C m. igh rate last year
Tha is i lo rane pJet, b t and probably will increase in
it as already resultIng n increase. 195. according to local observers.
ed production of food crops and The local monetary unit, the
in improving the lot of small lemnira. has remained at two to
farmers. One important item has United States $1 for years, free-
been the training of native tech- ing business from any monetary
- nicians to carry on when the exchange problems. All exchange
United States technicians are control, including exports and
withdrawn. imports ended lastTulv 1. Hon-
duras continues to sell most of
/ Except in Guatemala, the Cen- her exports to the United States
trial American hotels are gener- and to buy more than 70 pe cent
ally filled up. but not with tour- of her imports there.
Lists. Business men. trav eling I
salesmen, technicians, investors U.S. Imports
and some promoters are keeping "U I
the hotels so busy that advance ImportAfrom thUnlted States
reservations are advisable. Sales- amounted to $41,500,000 for the
men from the United States are fiscal year ended last June 30. In
IB the majority and all report the same year imports from the
good business. Netherlands West Indies totaled
$2,150,000 largely petroleum pro-
Coffee Economy ducts. Western Germany led In
SEThe highuropean imports with $1,500,000,
The high-grade coffee produce followed v Belgium $1.100.000,
ed in Guatemala is the mainstay Great Britain $1,460,000 And Jap-
of the economy of that natural- an $533,000.

ly ric country. More than 3o,-
000 acres are planted with 138,-
000,000 trees, 85 per cent of which
are producing, according to the
Central Coffee Office. Produc-
tion for the 19J1-52 season, the
largest in the history of Guate-
mala, was valued at $71,000,000.
a Inndresse of $15,000,000 over
. previous harvest. Coffee re-
80 per cent of the coun-
.0, exports.
It is estimated that 80 per cent
of Guatemala's coffee Is produc-
ed on 1,500 plantations with 1,-
300 owners. This may be changed
now with the dividing of large
plantations for distribution to
landless Indians under the new
Ararian Law. This law, which
Is now being administered by a
specIal Agrarian Department, has
aused deep concern in Guaste-
mala and its full effect is yet to
Sb learned. It is reported that
this law together with the labor
unrest has caused a marked drop
In private investments in Gua-
Land expropriated for distri-
bution Is to be paid for with A-
grarlan Retfort Bonds, which pay
S per cent interest and are tax
exempt with amortization rang-
: Ing om two to twenty-five
years. service on these bonds is
Ibe paid from the Agrarian
Xpt PFOnd or from other sour-
es if that is inadequate.
Su prdurtton increased in
M with .800,000 pounds of
efd sugar compared with 3,-
5 MM pounds in 1951. Sixty-nine

Had Prosperous 1952 ,

Did Well, Sellin Coffee

CREDE H. CALHOUN, chWtof the New York Tinme
bureau here, wrote this survey of how Central Amer-
ican countries fared economically in 1952. It appear.
ed in recent issue 9f the Times.

acreage planted In cotton before
receiving loans. Cotton exports a-
mounted to $3,751,000 in the first
eight months of 1983. Cotton is
now a definite part of Nicara-
guan economy.
Coffee It Still the most impor-
tant export Item In Nicaragua
and with production good and
prices high the exports, valued at
$19,400,000 in the first eight
months of 1952, already exceed
by $1,000,000 the total for 19l1.
Gold ranks second in Nicara-
hua's exports and, with more
vlan $5,700,000 worth exported
in the first eight months, the
total of $8,700,000 in 1951 prob-
ably was exceeded.
Lumber and hardwoods are
other important items with 'a
value of $1 400,000 for the first
eight months, indicating that
the total of $1,987,000 in 1951 was
passed last year. ugar exports,
estimated at $1,200,000 will be
slightly lower than last year's.
Exports of corn, rice and cattle
will exceed $1,000,000 for each
There has been a large in,
crease in ,the production of se-,
same seed with the crop harvest-
ed in the first eight months
valued at $3,300,300, virtually all
of which was exported.

The production from the plan*
stations of African palm nuts,
another source of vegetable oi,
has been good, but prices have
not been encouraging. Bananas
are no longer an Important ex-
port Item.
The past year was not a good
one for the East Coast on the
Caribbean. In addition to tht
fall in production of bananas,
shipments of pine lumber to the
British and Netherland West
Indies the principal markets,
have declined for lack ofdollar
More than 50 per cent of Nica-
ragua's export go to the United
States, where more than 70 per
cent of the imports are bought.
Records for.. te first eight
months of last year show ex-
ports valued at $22 500,000 to the
United States' $,800,000 to Eu-
rope, largely Britain and West-
ern Germany, and almost $1-
000,000 to JapanM. Exports to Salo
vador valued at almost $1,000,-
000 were -hiefly lumber, cotton
and sesame ,eed, corn, riee,
Grain prices te expected to be,
stablised to a certain. exent
when the new granary near Ma-'
nagua with a capacity of 7,000
metric tons la completed. Tihi
modern plant, which includes
drying as well as storage facili-
ties, is estimated. to cost about
$838,000 and has been, financed
by a loan from the Internattinal
Bank ftor ReconstructAon, and
Nicaragua's public debt is less
than $6,000.,0, of which about
$2,000,000 Is ext0enal and the
balance internal. Service and:
amortization of the debt are paid
regularly. The figures given are
as of Sept. 30; 1952.

Exportation of bananas, the
main cron of Panama, showed a
decline in 1952 over 1951 because
of the loss of 1,600,000 plants in
storms on the- Pacific littoral,
Shi ents in 1951 totaled 4,800,-
000 compared with 4,150,-
000 pects for 1953
are uluch better. The
UnIted y is, restor-
Lng ntatdosn in
the o ocas del Toro,
and shipments will be
made' he end of this year.
These stations had been a-
bandon because of the "Pana-
ma disea which is now under
The 1952 coffee crop is esti-
daeAd at 1 000n 000noundsrl andl

Bananas continued to be the there may be 1,000,000 pounds
m xortoan export, the first suhu
a in eor estimated production of 13,001,- n o years. e ro-
000 stems valued at about *12.- auction has increased but still
000.000. an increase of $4,000.00 fas tfar short of domestic needs.
over the presviout year. offee In addition to feeding its own
ranked next to banners with n a stab namsd reable market has
estimated value of 8.740,000 only the .n ,al ..W f cattle and
slightly higher than last year, sugar ae-the .an items sold to
The mining of cold. lver and s Param Asna Company.
lead produced $4.200,000 with i- An agricultural agreement un.
ver leading in value at 2.O.000. der the Pot Four prorm was
cold $1,160,000 and lead $135.000. S Seprt. for
There are deposits of iron, coo- to ontribution of by
per, antimony. mananese and the UnitedStates and $ by
cinnabar in Honduras awaltin Panama. This was to asist Pa-
development. Hardwoods, ceder nama in developing agricultural
and mahogany, together with production. However, te p-
pine are also important items of sent Government has found tat
export. te agreement. violate tahe
Constitution. A plan f the
tute for National Develop t
Nicaragua's exports for 1952 now upder study by
are expected to exceed $3,000,- xprts.
000 on the basis of figures for The present Adninstatios
the first nine months with con- tho difficult task of restr.
servative estimates for the he efle of a fov
mainder of the year. Th i rts mthat
are estimated at $2,000, v- fncon and that left at
Ing a favorable balance of trade an huge debt
of $10,000,000 for the year. b t e
Business generally has been p to come .
stoo d eepro ducto N NatellS
favorable prcuWets for l bohg

a lower "=ice wiB fautof ielu veoftiets ortnew vtto.
their value n 1961. nting of
cotton wa ,somewhat Coa R a
by the National ans k g
that farmers uce l a- AriCUtura productiona has
mounts of food rop rice. corn bee In Cota a t
and beaus in proport to the an extentaequaled I t

Central American Republics. All
basic food crops 're now grown
in tbe country. The only imports
are wheat, which cannot be
grown, and lard. This has help-
ed gratly saving foreign ex-

Coffee remains the principal
export and source of dollar ex-
change with an export value of
29 ,000,000 in 1952. The rise in
he market price of coffee Is il-
lustrated by the fact that the
194$ crop, with virtually the
same volume as the 1952 harvest,
brought only $8,000,000.
Bananas are the second ex-
port cron with an annual value
of $15,000,000. They are produced
largely by the Costa Rican Ba-
nana Company, a subsidiary of
the United Fruit Company. All
records tor production were
broken in 1952 with a total of
10,500,000 stems, an increase of
1,000,000 uver 1951. The rehabili
station, now underway, of the
once highly productive Atlantic
Coast plantations of the United
Fruit Company Will further in-
crease banana exports. These
plantations had been abandoned
because of the "Panama di-

Costa Rica's exports for 1952
Me estimated st nhoarly $60,000,-
000 compared With 52,800,000 in
1951. Imports may reach $65,.
000,000 compared with $55,700,-
000 hi 1951. Imports from the
United States are estimated at
$43,000,000, an increase of $7,-
000,600 over 1951. Imports from
Witern Germany rank second
w $4,009,(, slightly less than
In 195. Imports from Great
Britain were 2,000, a decline
of $1,000,00C compared to 1951.
Salvador, the smallest of the
Central American Republics
with 285 inhabitants to the
square mile, had a slight decline
in trade In 1953 because of a
short coffee cr and trnspor.

it was perhaps the busiest and
mnat posperous country In Cen-
t th principal export
and plantteir expect a near rec-
ord eropT a the 1952-8 harvest
The 195 -B5tcroo of 8311840 bags
valued at $6U,000,000 was 18 per
cent under the previous harvest.
qI* estimated that Salvador has
20 acres of land producing
, Further rises in the har-
veSd will have to come from
Improved y elds.
gt pduction Is largely In
t d of a few famles, with
4 per'enlt of the landowners
owbg 582 per cent of the coffee
land, according to unofficial
estimates., It is also estimated

Cotton ranks second as an ex-
port crop. Production in 19523wu
about 22,000,000 pounds of
ginned cotton compared with
21,000,1)00 pounds in 1951. Salvi-
dor produces 331 pounds of
ginned cotton an acre mped
with 311, pounds in the Unit
Salvador's currency has re-
mained sound at 2.50 colones to
$1, with one of the most secure
balance of payments poslor
In the world. The nost rent
blane of paments reported for
1951, publihed l .the Review of
the Ceptral Bank, shows a debit
total 0 1 83,000,000 against a cre
dit 6f $90,300,000 and a $7,300,-
000 .ositve surplus. I
Salvador lacks adequate fuel
supplies. The use. of wood has
depleted its foreata. The opening
of the Lempa River hydroelec-
tic plant n July, 193, will be a
start. .toAWd soltt. 'the, fuel
problem. Production of power at
e, Dlat will be limited for a
k9b the level of te water
beb the dam across the Lem-
pa River. A dam Is also planned
for Lake Culja.
The $2,000,000 Puente de Oro
(Bridge of Gold) over the lower
Lempa River was dedicated in
December. It will open up a rich
coastal plain to greater agricul-
tural development and wil be a
link in the projected coastal
highway that will eventually
reach the Ouatemnlan border,
The Governmet is also plan-
ning a multi-million dollar popt
improvement project at the Pa-
cific port of Acajutla. It has been
announced that the Internation-
al Bank for Reonstruction and
Development Bll grant a loan
for this project.

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.m l of. New o later. in be a.repet- Likely to head the list of tary figures who have b
o '. ? S-'- more purges, defendants re Males Svermova, purged since Soviet Mare
tO 103o to Br1 Ue ROd more executions, former deputy to. Slansky: Jo- Konstantin Roktohrso ky
r ya. standard of liv- set Pavel. former deputy sec- ent in as Moscow's agent
,. L Tho Abbfather's foot- Ing, ad mqre exhortations, urity minister and chief of the 1949.
-- T M 3 Pe the tha ot f mfO g snat n fram the Con- secret police; Antonin Gregor, Ana Pauker, one time
S. Tim. His a- dislssed s minister of for- manlan "strong *oma" I
Ti^ O. Msry Alarmale p tTm s Hs1 "i M3disasters of 192 eign trade on Dec 2. and Josef pected to face the ua
eMW n A .dti "a, r writer for th are dby obes*vers here Smrkoc ky, former chief of the charges of treason and-
Ia e Jim need i came here u o prelude to the collective farms and the man age this yar. .
aBl Dowe Ui4t asJimi c heorrespon t trouble upetd= to hit east- who organized the "workers Mrs. Pauker, once tUd
9:1 a Dewey Iaut d n t hi amla correspondentn Europe ths year. mUiltla" which gave armed have direct telephlam ,
Si to Prl Tr back to the Communist coup with Soviet Premier
S y took on Hagr- Wh ptat was nar- f February, 194 AUl of these n, was ousted fzrom
10: tW af ho ty g assumingo e lowly artd Aby strict persons, and hundreds mor e, crnment isat spring,
11 Am"r h hhe a ae 19t3, tetormey rationing of asl e44 It will are now under a r e s L for then has been accused
a Ml when Us. o district attorney had become a reality in 15,, 1 the "plotting' against Gottwald. left wing and right wing
SAmer- (ett t or thi to t o o ne harvests fall bguin. viationlsm," responsbiblUty
a '. a a t J Ma nang o ve r Another ci blunder In Poland, Wladislaw Gom-the food shortages and
/reket-b ua ltlInlg in p ickingte a 11r ulkes, onc e n the boss and on the slope of luxury."
S~tt nd at te t L fore the end of rosts will uBdisputed maatr o the coun- The Roumanian pUer
iAmi- ht was d -dertd at the tieis e t drop potato and Co ropup- t,, has been awomlaed "Jus- party boss, Gheorgle-O i
ite ,teIral in htis ft y as 11 es below uo nese S d observers, believe he bested her In the s
'- E SBat. into lltes, needed tt, M IW wa the evel in these e where will e te central figure in a power, recently said a'
wh w" ho to r er such foods aest -terally Whraw. trial some tie in the the persona responsible
Sl who could stoe. relations by More im eyIa the
L iarmd S oand loaded qu n L open press gathering a"g astrtation of ---.-.-.-.
t ParadeAw ,t % sure. that w wa
Bad boadcat p t ato new- en gr rtage of
.Htyad eas put Mm at t 5when aspa n Man
Z 3 i ey's a pressSecretary, it, u
Sof sparring with tr e a dues sechaelh In-the
Sthot the govemBor, e so ti P.Smf Wof- failure of oal and power pro-
d -m OfI
"arade a rof W -Ws te "" auction In 1962 was a major
f Ter 1a both 05 rs ong t I5n private n.disas-er. There Is no teason to
w. nort WEw York uatr.y believe househdlders will be
allowed to use more electricity
rg r Wcr, raise the temperature of
Bo Ahcflh 1 jfWJ w k Uteir homq. la 1B. Most ex-
T .g A m*nl l Abon ert here eUeve lights will
S ^.et -or even longer periods
;tbtw% oW90.Y and dwellings even more fri-
You're 90 Beore You Know S
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yXMADWPIA, Jan. 17 course, you only get Ins- western world wtt Its em-
Lon*(ry)- Dr.No Augus pbreuons like tbh when you barp Oan tre powith the Coon-
ma^ S -- the wu 1o11 n -l b he. t, iShard."c p lto buy oe/n-
U.S. IA.ROW), g sabsorbed In Your Right now, I@is pwork- goods In the remaining
studio gonolwt wr t t ever entirely Ing on a paper dealing with markets qpe to thect will
(y)actiove as dn = :, of mollusks euiador's marfto shells He x erver see r posllty for
-ON (TV Adastures o p.o. 41 t Philadelphia'sl_ famously Ae- aa e'xpeditilll Klind up-- 1903 a 100 to I shot that
g d surestof.I t Scienc e winter in FlorIda- chlo saklb's President Kle-
dey hatven a thought to'uit- tdInks he ht" explore Gootwidt will try to "go
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costume. That's the title for
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season. It means this: a dress,
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S. It may have a band at the
hips or it may just taper at
the hipline
OW.LD-TIME PRIZE CAKE BAKER, Mis Howard A. Coffin, Inau-
r;'gural Ball co-chairman, turns cake teter as sh samples pastry The coat that goes over the
.* h.1pped up for the gala affair by ch John Cofer. Cakes and shollarless. Button and usuallyn f
-q-, sandwiches are Deing prepared in advance, then frozen. top to heni and if the dre f
By PATTI SIMMONs underneath happens to be a
NLA Staff Cor respondent silk print, the coat Is l kelt to
be lined Ir. the same fable.
.t uA stole, this year, may be a The all-lni castme
. AS HINGTON NEA L a full time desk job fop the stole in fact, or It may be a in two v L l thdtwo-peeh
rs. Hoal A Cfofin e a pady impressaint Cufoin But .,U tar shawl. In sny case. It's in the Wragge (left) In na'vy-and-White *
Who can't say No at lepat b t lb managed to keep her sense same fabric as the dress and This is doable-breased with fairly deep
Aot to anything Repubilcan of humor the two make up another ver- V neck. Jacket Is lined. True m e 'ta
lncALdes tossing tne larg- *"General Eisennower would sion of the costume. Claire MeCar1ell h narrow, eollaul es
white tie whoop-do-do in i probably be vey aurpred to For many of the new sheaths coa t e ver ik dresCoat
Mma hed I For me of the new drewo ale t a al lr t
iWhingtr history% KnOW now many relatives he there are wrapping belts or thed Dre s a sheath w
When good-natured M a r i e 'as in thick. country. she laughs. sashes to define the watUne arrow sie heac. Dre isa deae wal il
4tul axd 6.en to It.i ui u- Ipplications for ball bids are These are sometimes wound r ash to i 4 defe
rmansntp of ie Capihtals pouring in from people who Empire style. In several collec-___
uural Ball she p ro0 b a b I Y la to Die cousins or s o mn e tons, the loosely-cut sheath is
dreamed she would end irand of kin to the President- straight up and down through
as a star bouncer for the 'lect. the midriff
Conies tre big hight, the only
Wat started out ai THE ballI'persons who will be permitted The full and man-tailored
back'. ea into two full to put In appearances at botn dress with shlrtwalst look keeps
productions j parties wil be the Eisenhowers, the full-skirt fashion alive
Iwever. there aie tid fire Vice Presicent and Mrs. Nixon, while adhering to styling that's
tion, and space liinta -'t he oew cabinet and members basically .imde. It means
na which leave 86.000 too, of tie diplomatic corps. Gover- that there a still something for;
Repu'blican u r r e n t y "n senators, representatives p the woman who prefers the
orng t attend their hlst ar.IJ Just plain guests are to be: full skirt to the ,arrow line.
ral Ball in 24 years. 'p ., lUp. It's a clustered fullness, con-
Mrs. Coffin. co-chaI m'.n r Bi sh on h t centrated at sides, bac k or
.L. Corrin Strong. and thien Big'Shot Won't have to buy tront.
tees, falls the political 'wrappedt siwiches and toffee More top width appeared in
are of weeding out sthe in paper.cups as they did at many Spring dresses through
applicants wholl get an 'lMr. A uan s ball housing, wide collars, big bows,
tion. This plus a tcke IFor one of cne two events., puff sleeves or dra
$12 puts you on the catericis report they re making Beige as big for u and
r floor the night of 'Jan. up dainty, dollar-priced supper so., 0fcourse, I na"..u ga ,
will entitle yo to be tray with a single pinwheel black an some red are coi-
edby the town's top poll- sandwich teircular roIled or focus. too.
rug-cutters. breadI; two finger sandwiches Prints are imporSbAt this
Unscrambling caterers, set of chickeyi, Virginia ham or year and there are many sheer
rs A nd Hollywood talent beef; two lancy petit fou and woolens, shantungs, honans and .4
r e social "double header" one sherbet punch, unspiked. linens.
An extra punch will cost two
i ',illiam Birgleld, Jr, cater- i
ling executive, says his ctefs: Vwom e
..WoG' r rt e thv theturn 10ut 45,00 sandwiches..
brtEot a week before the party, ana' dA 2 c
I then deen) freeze them. VI Io
""--- Both affairs will uiler similar
By United Press type refreshments. And to help
Itne city's cops and cab drivers NEW YORK (UP)- Anyone
n. The 'on and His Hundred la small map is included with who thinks the pioneer woman
ves (Doubleday ,Re b ec a iaach ball ticket so that no oe went out with the covered wa-
her takes issue with a UN can get confused as to her e on should meet the Begwum,
lD's. report that the 100 he's to sandwich between dance L.laquat AL Khan of Pakistan.'
ia, n.ft West African chief-t numbers. She is a mid-20th century
S(Fon were content with pioneer, helping a new nation
ir situation. Mr R e v h e r Time was w hen inaugural ull itself up by the bootstraps n salt a Sprn n W
t"to the village of the Fon Balls called for lobster Newburg, in much the same way our wntr od.tweedi went i
Bikom to see for herself. champagne. and cold birds, and nlUon st-uggled a century or w eIMd tte await
raveled to the British when the occasion reeked with s ag newe iatn atd with ega N E YOR
ameroons with great difft- dignity and elegance. The Begum (pronounced bay- ered silk blose sad
y and met considerable Today crowds are too nuge; gum and meaning "high-born")
ragement from various political obligations too nR- is the new Paltan delegate NEW YORK -(NEA)- is
ffic is who tried to dissuade merous. .l.gnle Untied NatiOna General collarless suit, most often. Is I
r fro "Interfering' with a Incidentally, in those early Asaembly, and one of the few a cardigan neckline, Is th@Nbig It.'41
tive way of life that had oays, invitations to the ball women in such a high-ranking suit for Spring. It's asui$
boing on since time tin- 'ere just that There were no diplomatic peast in the world or- that's both different %fd femrn,,
1. .he made fLiends ticketss to be bought ganization inine, bearink out the qoftilis ,Waso
the Fon, who was en- Mrs. Coffin's role as b til Active participation in world that characterizes all Spring
with the red nail pol- chairman definitely hands her politics is a fairly new field for ready-to-wear.
she had brought along -nd ,t head start on that much the small vibrant woman But The suit, be it fitted, tapered -. *.I e
,smoothed the way for ballyhooed title of No. I Wash- she has been a passive parti- or boxy, Ic not extreme. Nw-
iry After spending Ington Hotess, especially it rt- ilpant sinci 1933 when she mar- ness and freshness sprilro
months in the village tiring diplomat Perle Mesta or ried Prime Minister Liaquat All detailing rather than start*
yher looked up some Capital guest collector M rs. Khan. He was assassinated in Pihoutette for
the Fon's wives who had Mloris Calritz run Into trouble October, 1951;
ed In escaping from recovering their fumble in Re- The achievement for which The boxy suit jacket sutgesta 'Th
.She has pieced together publican territory she is perhaps best known in her the ensemble and -many de 3 thea
Illuminating picture of poly- The politicians wife has been own country -filth largest na- signers teem this jacket with 'rthi
from the standpoint of giving Warhington parties for tion in the world, she said- is its own blouse or weskit B
ws /nearly a quarter of a century. the founding of the All-Pakistan Collarless understated it
years ago a "tempest in after Jan. 20, hei entertaining Women's Asoclation. a non-po- make prop r backgrounmdi
t" rocked Ireland In wvll be what It's always been, litlcal, non sectarian organi- whopping bIg stoles. 'Thest e
le of Balti n g ass insists frark and fifty-Ish Mrs nation open to all women often worn looped about the
tLawrenct Earl gives a Coffin plenty i n fo rmal It is through this organization neck, one or both ends trail- -ed
uid rollicking account That s the way hei former con- that she Is working to help her ing down the back.
country argument that ,ressman t'usband likes things, people advance from poverty
to the fall of the govern- too. and ignorance to a place in
a new election-and the A prize cake baker, she the modern world. t a p-la
of prime minister John turned campaigner 30 year,- ago "We've come a long way in *
o. The people of Baltin- to help elect her first husband, the five years since we became
wanted merely to main- the late Thad H Brown, a. O- a nation." she said. "We still
tradition. The sub-post- lion's Secretary of State. She;have a lohg way to go."
there had been run by thinks it would he a fine ideal With Pakistan's division from
of one family for 80 it Republican wives would scrap India in August. 1947, came the
'- ladenly. the govern- the whole Idea of a No. I hos- strearn of refugees -and esti-
broke the chain and gave tess. mated 8,000,000 from India,
office appointment to Mrs. Coffin goes further and seeking food, shelter and cloth-
Idti BItlinrla.-s went mounts an on the record ing, and concentrating in.or
.mrms and soon all Ire- platform to, promote a return near the new capital, KarachL
was mnvolvec no: un to Capital entertaining as It "Never before had our women.''
when the nature of the used to br in past Republican come forward," the Begas sald
is considered This Is a adminlisTations, the days when ui an latesrvte "Ony Moe per
account but given the Washington was open house- ceat of them terate
their flair for high Indig- happy.. ' the. lIEfR Pl .
and their passion for There was a concrete calling tani and lM streamed In,
l an author need seek no schedule. Mrs. Coffin points out, he woes. rthe bur-
characters or incl- that went, like this: -en of 'I Ww fug With
r. On Monday the wives of 81- these ram As men, she s ed.
preme Court Justices were "at "Bun o never had
d Russell has ponder- home" On Tuesday It was te hme were
the effect of scientific congressional ladies onrSntng
os society in lectures Wednesday the cabinet cos- I t wlgee' "omaieg, sil ing
at Oxford and Co- lingent. on Thursday the sen h. o.
BUn sltes Thee lee- torlal spouses, and on Friday clothing"'d
lhave been gathered for the diplomatic ladles. Then 6. t wMa the '9o
jumblicaUon in The Im- erybody had the weekend to Me8sisms .
mcience on Soclety 8I- rest up gtaehe
pdad Schuster). Here in lu- "Don't Iorget." she smiles, I-'t
"Weadable Ion is the 'Washingt.n's not like any oth- is. en
at a foremost piukso- er itty. There can be a tura. s d
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I~ a iIlau ve oeremaoy at the Orthodox 'reek Church, year's leaver i aO anI
SAntonao, Celen, Miss Elen Theoktnlet, daulhter of Mr. Isthmus dealu S
S' ewnes Theekltate and the late Mrs. Theoktisu, eo Colon, search.
L b her tetb 'to-Mr. Nlitferos Constantak, Jr., of Pans- The men who
m of Mr. and Mrs. Nikifores Constalntaks ef Ralkis, the affair were, from
i r. Side: Carroll Anet a a
Sg.43emonl took place Sat- the Isthmus to make her home. Hackett, T F Bo-i,
Va Cfery, Stuart Me1air,
_.0_9 917, at ha- plast Mr. Constntaln s o0pleted his ery, tunt MNtae,
S veryRev- education Ir Chllks prOce and t .h
r fitwend l o s Osroponts of- has been on the Iuihmus for the Vosburg, James w e,
fi lasting at the double ring cere- pat five years. He is employed George Wright.
I ay I the presence of a large I the PPan5 m Iedca Or age- The A i
irtherlng of friends and rela- rush Co. In Panama City. wer-he Atlant l, ai
IS tle* J K -esL were: Paul Beck, a r
Ms, Thes 'as .d Iz ,k ed1P
Standing baskets bf calls and Mi. Thelma Thomas Engaged EJo til,. I ILe
regal liles were used with tall to Robert M. Wam, cao o a n [, Gn
alSWm candelabras holding lighted tap- An engagement was announc- earns, L
.3..-130. ~ era, within the chancel. The lies ed recently In California which A p~Oral dto
a o with white taffeta ribbons were istf interest to a large number w Ah m vD a .
used to mark the pews. at Uth n residents. meriscan nl y .
A Chbd s a the onUyal music, Mr. and Mrs. Hug Thomas, of Mr. Maenel frd h e in at
with Mrs. Maricha Tha ai lo, Arcadia, California, have an- ce.monis fr the
soloist, singig the Bridal Ohor- nounced the moment of air.
us from Lohengrin as the pro- their daughter, o t Marie. to mim arth
cesslonal Mis Marlcha Mr. Robert t. Wa man, of San Mo Visitis* ,Crstoha,
]O ... :en 'pulos, organist, a eomld the Pauncsco. T. Vl t t Cri.t t
mtmlO r % Didsbht D. I sren b soloast and walo e e the en- Mine Thomas wa. reared in Miss Annette Barth ar
o ,t, i ha t-B r gome Pshe wn ill wear deBMsohns Wedn a March as IQmu apnd rmc wsthe recently from new Y or
Stothe e. ist b made Pdt de a lustrous silk a Recessional.* i e h t 1945. tn o v-isit w-,ith her M
w ith mbV d nltt moret 3100 stones, Sponsors for the eremopy b eM. emglo. aHt Mount Md brot er-d-in-aw, Mr. -
was sewn by and. The wi ll is en rusted were Mr. and Mrs. Atlaclo Taga- Ighf e Cormisy ie Mrs. Howard inder of Ni
w ith dlored t h s ti th the gown. ropulos of Panama City. ao ntobal.
The lovely young bride enter- u t Mr. el M 1 L b.l rd At .wt
ed upon the arm of her father, ret T- p eek ly dupleIa
by whom she was given in mar- of the- k. bde wekly duspl is
/J riage. She was gowned In a dress bridge g me will e
par t rp of exqui ste white, French, em- She is agi a den- the M t .ublmal g
e q p t abroldered organsa over taffeta. tal isco. day, ev n o an
The simple bodies and long ed bridge nd r ur-
s, leaves were cut In one piece and "1is e v to attend. e
) finished at the high ncklinekine iaa'Winnersofteweek
S(Uiand wrist with embroidered or- f Sanrco,the o last
UT o at the anea. dTiny self-covered but- birth of their second child, and were: North and south
nogrde at. art- mL.e i "ema' f ( h tons, dowar the back and at the first son, on December 0S. H. F. Green and Mr.* J
aItw Wo n 1 wrists were the only trim. The Mr. andMrs. Sullivan ar both Cuninnham; 2- Cantal '
St vrey fuU skift was pleated and former residents of the IstImus. Mrs. John ahnestock
ny u Artb floor-leneth. The embroidery Mrs. Sullivan Is the former Mi*s -o J. B. Humphrey and i
old of t YOR lT. 17-g.P-- gave a ish at the bottom. Her Virginia Naylor, of Gatun, and n BenJamin RoweL Mu
Mrs sleum's t r flhas organza veil was held in place taught in the Junior High School and west erbert
sedeana rXbell with a wreath of orange blos- in Balboa. and Irving Gill; 2-- L
_r lled tihst Hiler d. of Renoir designed soms. She wore a cross of pearls, Visitors Complimented with and John Fleming; 3-
A" modern art because he r Nettle Rosenatein of New the lift of her father, with Morning Coffee Russell Weade and Mrs.
0ea. 8 itm wa e dngenbate." urk, it has officially an- matcn earrings. Her flowers Mrs. William Brooks r- : cHan.
soeffs at It as being "'.-. n omeued today. ,were a power bouquet of whit gyarita, wa. hostess e ta
SLita "d Trumaan opied The first lady-to-be's inau- orchids. T- ing coffee given her home Te t e
"mode' art is merely the g uial t a soft gray ares- Miss Zaharula Cqnstantakis yesterday to hono her house- Mles Club
oho hafbea thed ker typ. with nippe in and Miass Thektistu Milas were guests, her sister Miss ern The Fort Gulick Ld a
"p si 0 ,.har, J1" and semItll skirt- was the junior bridesmaids. They Horise and Miss Catherine Me- held their regular 5sc
d Uoo h te lower by tale Carnegie. wore matching dresses of or- Carthy of Los Angeles. and tea at the Oiou se
of h ," while Elsen- Sally ViMtor la desln- nbs made on lines similar to Presiding at the coffee table Thursday at 2:30 pn .
S oer quipped In i friendly ina ay felt at to be worn that of the bride's dress, ezept were: Mrs. P. Harry Dowell and
way that yq don't have to with the suit. that their dresses were sleeve- Mrs. G. C. Horine. M. C le
be nutty to tI modern. Both the town suit for the less. They also wore wreaths of The friends who were Invited aided at her wlast -
Sdictatomrs perseted the ina al ceremonies and 'the orange blossoms in their hair to call duAing the morning were: preldent, and will bie mg
modems. They Mad "Oeran s and her gown for the and carried bouquets of white Mrs. Janet harness, Mrs. endel e by Mrs. W. F. e
art" compulsory in Nai erma- na ball, came from orchid. Cotton, Mrs. Franee Hennes president. Mrs. W iherdum
social reall" in So Neman Marcus, Dallas, Tex. of the Pacific Side, Mrs. Da od vino for the 84atrs& M'4d 1
ta Dickeos aropulos of Pna- Marshall Mrs. Rosemary Rear. lades Presented her&ai R l al
western leader topped at seisl Ut the lnsq g. ma City an Nicolas Constan- don Mrs. Howard WIlI, Mr. R Chinese figurines and
Sthe veral n de sole, a takis escorted the bridesmaids. R. Will, Mrs. Fred Ebdon, Mrs. ditional xuvenir spoos.
-- '0111 r taa -the i-ritea Mil e and LoansMia M Ty Mrs. eorge Wert ~ Miss Ncy noyIae w o is
T.. -i Mt= oawdressed in pink andbed Ra urns .. Ia &5 Maug twmoho. Ish
htnd thbe Irot ween dt .rl- = organza dresses and carriedMrameT, Mrs. m eT Mrs. Irl Mag next ::th. 1he
S ale lss e i The gow t n embroidered bouquets ofn arnatons and anders, Jr., Mrs. John Purvls, the traditional Panamas
penla se eKt. with more. than st4qa i blue hortenss.T he y waor. Mrs. James McClln. Mrs, M -. spoon.
cfaind 9toLa nnes matchtg. wreaths in their hair. well Sanders, Mrs. 3. E. rikson Mrs. Robert Noll and
hef the i on Demos henes Theoktatu car- and Mrs. Caleb Clement. V. M. Lucky presided at
A d e p e e os t h eo n f it r e d t h e c o i n s t ea.s e r v i c e .
fi i k n a t am ft M r A t l ac e t I s E a i i eyer y- .O o v e r t h i r t y 1 a d i e u aW
a gpone ue wat held at the Notel W naetor fat Meghnro-no I
4lssteelewshington following the reli- School now professor of The Rsary Altar
h elpOO thes rod w gl ous ceremony. The ballroom t .I the Holy Family Ch
SrieIhiji My o ter The d was decorated with stan sot was the gu of h athold its net meeting
she will is encrusted basket of lilies, margaritas a a en lt evn atlt 7:30 pm. in the Ceg
e cWpea~0~h ecoloreston towhite carnations were usedon the W b a all.
bldWith.the. bd&'s table.
a tripleoohe place of their mothers
as typ of in althe honors at the re-
Qe-dels caption!oMrs..gOrse Milas, of T
to Pa nam. .,,, of th, e bride LEO MEYER KURTf r dERe
spt a I pings will be received wi h the wedding party.
typ made of pearls Sh e a eown ofallver lame
rA .l o .made on ftd h rihes with loINngGA AND SOL KAPLAN
P>W ere 0 ov ilsleeves, Ad she wor a corsage INGA AND SOL KAPLAN
IA material t h th eof orchids.
L, =gf, ,IMrs. A Constantakis, sister-
eC- Owll r-e in-law O the groom, also re-
wardrob celved with the wedding party.
l -- -b.- She was gowned In grey nylon Wish to express their appreciation of the.J.
prmseet h- made with a sleeveless bodice
ties thuls waneets e were lso orchids ,r flomany attentions shown them by their tr .".e
[]mestg. He added I e The tour-tiered weddtn. cake fw
Were n a I o1ths .ewa. tpped wedd ming cake tivesand friends during their recent hbei.'
MU te la f to bride g pn room, and after the *
inae, efrom awrence Marcus, vige.prelbrIde- ad groom cut thefirst reavement.
hthe store Mrs: Ie it was served by the re-
Ipi by 11 1141made, premsetatives of the mothers.
C.that in dress Music for the occasion was Panama, January 1, 19
a rendered by Lam's orchestra.
Mtpaoe- The bride and groom left later
e ek in the evening for the Hotel El
---------Panama end will leave today for
eonar" oeta Rica for a month's honey-

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h A Ie ullnohile Doe ye Isave a drilaklg prebhImlld Gramlich Santo Clara beach.
--:Write Akeeleis AnmeymosIl. im CottageL. Electric Ice boxes, g as
E -Entre household usec FCR SALE -1951 Ford Custom two 0 203 Arne C. Stoves moderate rate Telephone
umLture, good condition. Cowes d .r edan. cnly 1I.00 miles.6-441 Gom 4-56 Pedro M-
rix Piece mahogany dc:ningrooweorr eo cers ndrado. $1400 00. Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No. 133. -56 Pedro M-
tix Pdinnette bureau us, RCA Con-I C 2 952. mo be seen at Jutt around the corner of "J" St.. Ou.
se Radinnette. bureau 3-3268, Panama h., 419-A. Cool, announces our new Lamp Shed Houses ON IACH, Santa Clara.
sole Radio. Cll 3-3268 nam Service. We can now make to order Also Cerro Compana. Shrapnel's
-'SALE:-2 steel day-beds and 'FOR SALE -Packard Sedan. duty any k.nd of lamp shade or re-cover Balboa 1389.
mattresses, exchange 25 cycle re- D.d. radio A-1. cndtan, new our old one at low prices. Williams' Snta Clara Beach cot.
frigerotor for 60 cycle. Cristobal, i-rei Juan Puc.:. phone 41 or 198 o n wWillims' Santa Clara Beach cot.
ri-23erotor for 60 cycle. CCol. SPECIAL EXCURSIONSI tages. 2 bedrooms, refugeration
3-2311. -- FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2-3050
OR SALE:25- cycieWestinghouse FOR SALE -195l ChrNsler W.ndsor one way $85 round trip $135 115 Except week-ends
Refrigerator, with deep freeze de Lue .-I rcd. o and seat covers'. S( 69.00 good one year; h Oceanside cottages. Santo
comportmcnt, 9 ft. A-] condition, ,n pe e: cnd.on. .Cal 83-5153 to LOS ANGELES. one way. 5149. Clara. lo 435. Balboa Pnone
3 yeors guarantee. Al beautiful _ber nleand 6 15 round trip $252 35. 90 doy- Panama J. 187 Critobol 3-163
mahogany buffet and dining table FC ALE -1951 Plmrnlh 4 Door. ltiu Panama Di atch Serice Panama 3-871Cristbal3-16
and lamp. Call 6-428 or 164-B. I, i les gnd cond,.cn. $1,. Dos*te Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
SGanmboo .__,_ho.___ _____, (A *' Coah Phone Ft. Clayton 2.1655"
F bRSALE :.Refri.gerator, 25 cycle. _______ DIANA expects our vS. t in the Apartmenh
Two electric fans. Six venetian. PA mFa n road ard in front ol the Po-
e. ..... :'.4 C'. FOR SAL16: lDe Station, San Caros. Come ALHAMBRA APAR TMNTS
K, Dicblo HrahI.n r2.e I i ejl for picnic Lot; of cool trees ...o andfi ve room turnisheaa nc
K: .- D -b w :rIf ja.e ccoking focil.tes. Yes, youN rournish o apartments; private en-
R SALE .K.i.. .na : ut c-- cn her pottery and b$tea closed gardens. 8061 10)rt Stree
record dPiave,-hre i ,d- F:: ALe f olrani r tS b W.' New Cristobol Teleohone Colon
*Boys bic c e .c.r.,a ,er .Ad ; J. B faonda ncon eu A"R & REFINISH barrboo furni- 1386
$15.00. 55- ,- Dabi.- i tutre. guaranty for one ear. We Will rent apartment to party who
SALE-i rr- c o R-' K SAC ell u:ed mahogany furniture buys deningroom set. Telephone
e SALE -,ro.Cie H e2 -.-OIJy. r, 1 NFrcni of Balboa Garden *' J.m- Panama 3-2843.
excellent c.:nd. on. Tlh b. -.e
cbo. ^2hn, Pr,, d,O1 OR SALE -Santa Clara home, a FOR SALE FOR RENTl
t. lnd record D 0. [,r,.c.. d.ecF kSLtERhen. 2 FOR RENT
plated trumc -i ter.:. large cloeAts Tile bain tif unes. Ronm
,'oyd o and Io T floors throughout Car. -------
,R SALE9 FT we --.n e e cnrt 260 it frontage Fenced Fully FOR SALE -Kroeger Piano. $200. FOR FNT--For bachelor, furnished
tefrgrator. 25 ce G....d r- n.hed. Inquire at No 32. Call Smull Upright. Excellent tzne rooni bath and garage in
'0ti 53i-D Co:o', i5- i Chico. Santo Clara or call Cristo- house No 0590-A. Ancon. C Z. family house. 45 St No. 35, Bella
--t ^- --N-I barl I676 Burkle Now you, too. can afford a TOUR V-a. Phone 3-4931.
Sa ndmirro. Chec'a Horuse .9SIFOR SALE -Excellent Opportunity. IN EUROPE. 29 glorious days, six FOR RENT-Furnished room for bo-
0i0lho, Ancon Telephcne Balbc.a -To bedroom house. 869 square countries, hotels meals and sight. chelor. Va Espaia. Houe Villa
. meter'. land. Nice neighborhood.' seeing. ly $370.00. Transpor- Carolyn. Apt. I (3 houses before
000 00 cash, balance in month- station to and from Europe extra Race Track. *
S SALE:-Cold-oDi refrigerator, 9 I payment. Terth Street No. 33. Call Fidanque Hermanos e hioi
25 Cycle. e.ccileni condit.n San Francisco de la Caleto. Agencies Americanas de Viaies. FOR RENT
A guaranteed to Art 19e4. l. Tel. 2-1661.edooN
e Balboa 2-4. C 9r2 O -CP ALE -uCctage. Santa Clara. SHTAeR tAke nta e ie
nl y.FG2t i-orR.ckI o rs. oas dose. Furni- FISH anc.ers take advantage o ,hIs if p 1iaw n .l
W ANT D special bargain, fr January only. FOR RENT-Locae for storehouse
.P. aInrFOR chALE'-4 e o tf 4 pairs of tropical aquarium fishes and office, 150 square meters. Eu-
Sre SALE: House. 2-bedrooms, for only $3.00 Come and see them seblo A. Morales, Avenue No. 4
1 i Mlrflanfenuue porch. livingroom; 6.000 sq. mts. ofr"Casa Mike" your favorite store "El Congrejo. noa 4-hotel El
ED TO B : Used res 0 Trnsisthman Hghway in Colon. I pr. Zebra Danio. I pr. Panama For information telephone
O T Oe Usreco d minutes from Panama. Write GoldenpDrQio, I pr. Spotted Do Panama 3-1292 or 3-3371.
eru Avenue. Telephone 2-0406 FOR SALE.-deal house for retired ply only, first come first served. e
M~est. people. Two stores, best Bella
7.T U I-aobedroms reaou eupstars 3 bedrooms. Posi tion o *er .
4. Vista. i Cangrejo. Or fur. woodunusuallyofrele trm damp- SECRETARY WANTED:-Experien- BeCOm S Business
hl two months m xirn. $200 ness. Two concrete apartments ced secretary with first class NOWI Vt P

W ED:-Three bedroom house or FOR SALE--44 acresof beautyful Good pportuni fqr perm anentidea tbat 4 making him m-
m-nent with sernonts quarters land. Phone Balboa 3147. MANAGER, Box 1210, Panama.
A nAmericon family permanently Thomas Real Estate Agency, ofers a before January 25th, giving com- The Italians have gadsgeta
| (Ift orao. Coll 3-2144 complete real estate service, buy plete information as to experience, that make unusual bird calls
and sell porperhies, insurance. whether presently employed, age, He studied them and made one
mortgages, etc. Tel. 3-1069, Cen- marital status, nationality, giving of hi OM .
NALral 259. Panma. references. Inquiries completely
BARB, JR., H. E.--Cor- small Wooden roller drnd pew
jusor. of the od Record Crowd eps. dukws and other Army e- ter key attached through the
SColle E onte. le an weanon thunderedcerintar- A A .hi n r -i-*f-. .r

Telephone 2-5159. 8 A. (Continued from Page 1) by under command of Lt. Col. D. weekly to keep out molatm
atog8P M By oppcirtment still. The gadget has worked po w
_- ----- -and his staff was the 71st Army First' of the mounted review Eddy has rpade more thea 0,0
m Band. leJ by Chief Warrant Of- were elements of the 45th Recon-,of them fot the Audubon Bao
ficer Ruasell 0. Christian. naissance Battalion of Fort Clay- ty of America.
l Marching at the front of a] ton.
Year Romnd foot troops that followed wasI .. ..topickup bird call will drive cal

ft y Year Round H 'ot 3 W DI a3o atryo e wtonkrn I
.ftrever. used to pick up damaged I
NWOMRSTOWN. 0. UP- Rimet nupand commander fetnks. The 33rd Infantry roiled
Army troupsott family, professnal- for the dndteay. by next. followed by the-504th
ly ; Scott family. professlunal- ediately behind him and armed and the 65th AAA Group with Its Brgalhn. 1947 Ford 4-dees
S non, as Nti2 monal Decora- with carbines were 8 pecIal Imounted 50-caliber machine edpn. seed tires. and moat
t4on, the busy 12 months a year Troops from Fort Amador, led by guns. cover. very goed sape.
fann theajob of fes.ooning county Maj. Rooert R. Sine.i For sale at
airs around the state. or sale at
More than 1.000 troops from The last section of the mount- SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT, S.A.
Vane Scott, Jr, Eddie Scott. the 33rd Infantry Regiment led review included Dukws from 18th St. Central ,M.
both sons, ond the mother. came next Split into three bat- the 370th EASR. The Dukw is an Co TeL
Fra. ces Scott. are the kingpins talions fur the review, the first amnphlbious vehicle used 'tot
Sin te business which run- of- was commanded by Lt. Col. Joel transport cargo or personnel
fieall y from May to November Hollls. the second by Lt. Col. from ship-to-shore during beach
However, the other six months Warren H 8tutler and the last aWsaults. Good tra niprtai T
Say p!ent preparing for another by Lt. Co, Robert W. Scott. Old slum d' il
roual of I 000-miles -per-week The next unit to pass was ai Even before the last of the mo- -
drives from one jot, to the next composite battalion made up Of torized review had cleared the re- o.i o
and seembl.gly endless demands'elements of the Shore and Boat [viewing stand six small two-seat- .
for d ifetent decorating ar- Battalions of the 370th Engineer ed planes passed In a V-shape SMQOTy VI
anomentf. AtIphibious 8epp ort Regiment. formationonly 300 feet from the t It
-'.t"it stationed at orts Davis and round. These were L-19s from
S Th 56-year-old family head Sherman. Lt. CoL George H. Se- the Army's Light Aviation See-
othis start with Ringllnp wall commanding. tton. USARCARIB. opening the ..
X hL_4ers Circus when he was Two batteries from the 65th aerial review. The formation was
And began his own decorat- Antiaircraft Artillerv Group. led by Maj. Ernest L. Hamilton.
,g busi,,ess six years ago consisting of the 764th and 903rd
a "battalions, and headed bv MaJ. Next in the air demonstration
-AAmInuul ladders b e c u se Richard F. Taylor. rounded out came nine Nav PBMs. twin-en-
don't wear out as fast as the Army's marching troops. gine patrol bombers used mainly .
oodeii variety and m"r-. The United States Marines for anti-submarine patrol and
tack hammers are the. Ro1dman. under command of Mai. search. Then in quick succession '
chlei tools~ alone ...niK. E. Flake. "passed in review' came six Air Force C-47s, three **"
eial truck which serves aslnext, followed by a Company of Oruman Albatross, two C-54s.
S l on wheel machine whl' uniformed sailors. alho and a four-engine B-17. I
land soraae van froi.'-odman. Marching at thel ..
,|m .as .head of the entire Navy contin-i To wind up the review three ,""
Sent was Commandker R. D. Mc- B-26s. light attack bombers from
Glathery. Albrook Air Force Base. swooped
Is the buy 1950 Buick | The last of the marching ele- Un low to simulate a straflim at-
4-door Sedan hard- r ments aere four squadrons of tack.
aied. good tires, radio. Airmen from Albrook Air Force
1 covers, almost given Base Commanding the Airmen As the last of the mighty air-
y. easv payments. For was Lt Col. G. D. Qorman. Jr. craft zoomed into the distance a
g-at and the individual squadrons 21-gun farewell salute for Preal-,
'OIT HtUNNICUTT S.A. 'were commanded by Maiors. K. dentRemon commenced.
110h St. Central Aee. : H Pennell. Russel L. Bush, P.
0C'lon. Tel WO. .Hawkins and J. C KellIher. Remon and McBride left the
eigmeme n r The motorized portion of the reviewing stand and inspected
review, featuring guns, tanks, the firing battery before they de-
parted from the base.
Studebaker Com-
der 4-door Sedan. ra- 1948 Buick 2-door Special, 1 .aLR: i147 D* .
i seat oer. ood ti re.o vervs ood -hape. easy pay- 44eor Sedan, aod r*a-
sgoodt condition ments for sale at !ai eendtUon. eas7y p
|1th St Central Ave. 16th St Central Ave. SMOOT NMiNNICUTT. .A.
C T. Cof+. Tonel S. -I .'T' lMeI T*,

SALE: 1958 Bu'rk
-dooeer edan. excel-
endlUtit. Hardlv used
fb 1. Central Ave.

FOR SALE:-Letter of ere-
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mobile. Will sacrifice for
$1,650.0e. Write t Box 503 MS.
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and beautify concrete
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waterproof coatings.
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A I of c er Atnd H-ldard Neff. e g oo ales 4 W hee. W ai
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ragout and lIving Dr oan author, and big game huntr wh cov r that after two year ofur Lonve and "ihlt's Over.
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many of our leading actors have equatorial Africa. e lh te rsonotfcatlon affect ri s Day's chirping ofat
comet Hemingway h d e. The produced by Darryl Snows of o aga rovides some f Cole's h .e" on a Colmb
e ft~tel. the fodwastion fAr a monumen- F. Zauk an coinecteidby Hen- theeasons most unusual fun. "Strangle, backed by "thYour the
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Sone of ereat eopo- s herald hnolor pro- and the Sea. Louis Caern and beauteous nsa plar thrush a big boost
T;^ t: Fp e truc- ,uctdet lon' 41tr"The Soever of Kl- a Z ndHldegar GaborNef a ga cast of notables umbia' olpped stand-by,
M*Tlvto, 4|ii ,tore. Bae- 8ranjQL" -whlch made its lo- Filmed In color byTechnlcol- headed by- Ginger Rogers and 45"ares "The New We" l'
ITOOdB, Jaarbie, iks also hoteb hwe-end at the oris caughtstph.French and Fredin a stan"M and h, has a dreamy c
SMar di l M6nco Balboa a Lux Theaters. African backrod, the story radiOthers featured ain the sellon n ve r Mack the Mounnzie with Ba
r i o d American n Con pituered by m a n y the centers about a tm novest are James an Pa Cole's orctra, and "Caress."
a ert lo n "To iavercan author,ave nd big game hunrot" who tewart oe and David Wane Your L nd ".
H matd Vaay. booenpo ofvy Bogart been Laren ws his life, oves, adventures, a couple caught Joho, i Johnnie Ray wont havrc.
.Ifter his disc es kno many of Hollywood's and frus latons while await- ,bout he acmde to-Aetch o si" bt he

f returned to fl dialogue they e. ar possible deauh in the shad-t he mde eth lAnothere the o
edin the early stages nFor Whom The Tol,"r
ched through unalean war ino tUe trago story of primitive ofMt.Kmanar Johnson's scree play by Chuck Willis .a real

ance 4 C 'o orated JInNto the c ure. R ay lov e amidst the holocaust h eof on Dwight Tayor's adapta ie rellac cth oas han dm tmae
come to pomt. Cohn will e. No d The release of he Snows he pan of hood again t by i n a te Tap on a h o
Saren "or support g cast has "lfeI w eith Gpary Cooper and In- IIe co in w aysd ayre ame o ln a l an" reer

G a p t f .p announced yet. grid Bergmanv ad collaboratIon WASHINiON, Jan. 17-The ay D ateM. ose andM 'ombot"
S t aconncd of eh resulted on e n of Bol- world has seen thousands of rI t n an dv e ra onti av n
4 r -.m K s ws nt oh atol'e .oth ne ort De t a ne epl h a binals In t.

,, on was Lou Ts 'd e tLcp all ts heime soothe s a un t s M oral E a ed uto a 3 s e b yt ohe .
B c r1, e f iaLLY Orae acIf" hhots te orthy'ni otht th chss c iau t er ang ,tpwit fti wn aitho hl ta e Mon tw om
urne marked onpect Tof aken ro a rew r equal the ny. Others feature edne s"
SF'. adap Ltcinon p ctur oGor y o pre castareJaesla wnoPau Da n h a
.6 ver Ko c ,o th on n! -.av- o a e and Have Not," o dSt ewart o P& dJaatt nenn e sR on'ta e ha

I,"-q Sr,,, "--berg N: rtc *o new 0rosn Caev r ea of ao ued 'O You Blew Me a Kids" 7at
I ..a 'o a e- at mmuLa caster The Delphnh Oracle in its CARBONDALE, Ill., tUr joins her sisters won a *
eaw obs latee l rten n. o ard Ava Gardner. ralmest days was housed in aA person can be a s c holar and offering o "No f

HwaJ obs^m wal-eir ie fOlate 5- -J 18--4 Grgor Peck. Joan Bennett rich temple, expensively de- also be "a moral Idiot, a social turn." Another ta
ro tk ofnied ol ? .Wa ten oao tnh, who andlingrt Preston faced Hem orated with gifts from hopefuld hcmpetet ad a pofull-length over his futy es just as

re d oll ato dinsw e n d ay fo r the first time in seekers of prophecy, says the responsible," according to Dr. ever with *ierbp It a .
Ut WU^ts' qe si nl n. nr tl r Macombet Aar w National Georaphic Society. CharlesD Tenney o South- RCA Victor gives the
dee1 tfrhtose Richard eme film cr o the ycle seenteas novernigtis. Nn erlht a Wr o g noto

Snd of scre n when r For PeWhom it added to success as the fromambigity o He mad e the statement in in '3, and vice versa, withfor.
lOf ean ,w his laurels as a story of primieston ts predictions. iiveke the solemn to charges by three ieyer Get Out of Thla
Sit establ hed him a- pronouncements of some eTaylor- Unidanois professors Alive" thatnd Used to
l ety. IB Co n will ce. No d- the Spanish Civent da poll Wlsers came to that o educators had Ral rph Flanagan r s oan a
Soroup "Under Mast hy Sekin, an tale of In-cl tak@S 1G- drifted away from teaching the t.a nix a good "Hot

h was dis-pla ea o told touhe supen A usd ntbe.v accorni t er.hever Sid with ane. u t
-c d s latest eothn&Z could y t- .scid B sergm an, a col la bra ti onl ofd!Seren a e "h e fr... Sth- b o b of U

asc" W amc st e b Iece en on e rt of eHte rpiretd D Ip l eo
S rvi --,1fwol d rwuld be given seen th o u ands o ver" nd "P o -T ang," .4 .
e c to rep. Tas a s t to Clr cts e the mani aSw to aog s y tr e Gt .
4.5"MGraId 62 ,- ed by hism, alrm ieo uct-on
ST lers" w noteworthy as t A nd s a th Dan Hgog wild
br t dm Iy twoa? "y Taken" f m t al o t. wCr uequa l h.d thinter- anciehI n:t Al so5:Nee de d:a0 a 3:56 p s
: 4 A'tfr. roLqte r Go reek Otemple ofAepho at who

wha scree t M home o wtare r acle, dAo6 M fr V
itteda to continueon.thelrM, prophecies lipd downa resdie sT H I Patty Andrews goes
A onwtion. patterns th ceat tused- 'You Blew Me a Rs,

VJ1mnd g tf so t wresptio fAhn s co e conR- Is C E NUI. THEA TRE Eso a
hed Orace waslocatedn aaTheaousrdn
l G p ae day U housd In a A poroh can be a ssoe colar and offering O "No De

o r t hr0 e e -l g g e di u e i n sto omp rai O n Lt h e Swe n;ta H
I m.,- oae t tleo R-rated with gifts from hopeful Inompetent and a political it-Dring Crosy.Isjust as _
lA 't theWtem nlOf P hVnof y, says the responsible," according to Dr. ever with aeep It am.
Lft Of v l'010--sen when "-),A, ai fwasothesambiguity of He made the statementIn in '53, and vice verns!awith

his uels as a star; for Preston Its predictions. Le the solemn answer er

e OrKclan, e o10M elo-.d ifoawayrmtNJacgthe ixaH Fp t

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ther three-fumced s tool. came -On
ID 4 '- le t~enid the Oracle oud al- Te raid school curriculaIelon of "Serenade" f

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1.6y a nd g ie, To-her, Arl..'.A A mainglr % I.
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51 A-t ml beivenpreference would be sucestoul in a wars
with Cyrus the Permes alM
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top of a funeral pyre Cyrust
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Strong. He learned that thEN.A A L T H E A T R '
Theprediction was completely cor- E
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TSe temple of Apollo at RAY MILLAND _- RITA GAM

phl, home of rtheOracle,
Ssitued'n the impressiveT
b, theur surroundings of a val-
9 Parnassust sIde o f The" onlyofT Its kindI Not a Word Is Spoken!

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yet De Vicenso and Heaf-
playing behind Snead,
threatened to top him.
berto was five under going
17 whenhe got to the green
tifully in two. His eagle putt
by the smallest traction
blade of grass but then he
a 14-incher coming back
had to settle for a par on a
that once again jinxed him
o. 17 IF ordinarily a cinch
i for the slugging gaucho
a very possible eagle but he
Syet to beat par on the hole.
Hafner was even better
kneedbeing five under going
4'm1're le e MI a lovely dflve
overshot the green with his
and wound ip with a bogey,
first'In two days. An over-
aj p'oach killed his grand
ee for a birdie on 15 and
'he hooked his drive badly
ey 16.

ition At
obrt Amador
S Set For Monday
e-armed Jimmy Nichols, one
most amazing men In golf,
am with Buck White, Paul
and Charlie Harper In a
e match tomorrow at the
tAmador Golf Club.
exhibition, to get under
*t 2 /'clock, has been sched-
tfor military personnel and
dependents and the club
ordially Invited the general
four top pros are all corm-
ra in the $5,000 Panama
Golf Championship.

on Franco

Stuel Dividends

The dividends:
--Mochito $3.60, $2.40, $2.40.
rito v Plata $5. $2.80.
-nriqueta $3.80.
Iden Tap $4, $2.80.
a Rol $5.20.
Double: (Mochito-Golden

n Goddess $2.20. $2.20.
a $2.20.
-Two: (Moon Goddess-Tul-
averal $31.80. $15.40, $7.80.
to $5, $3.40.
o $7.80.
ela: (Canaveral Lolite)
ma Prince $5, $3.
aea $6. $3.20. $2.20.
dalo $3.40 $2.40.
ven (e) $3.40, $2.60,
duno $4. $5.80. ($2.20
Bous $2.20.
iDouble: (Curaea-Key.-



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80:0 Darrell House. Al Saarinen, N. Gartner.
M :1w Maurice Muller. Jack Smith. Al Workman. .
:X920 Vinnie Lombroia. Mike KuUkowski, Jaek Ludlow.
9tl:30 Don Kenna. Charley Wood, Pres Trim, Jr. I
1 ?:40 Jim Riley, Dickle Arias. M. R. Arias.
i :50 Bill Schmitt, Ray Golden. Rey Valdes. u f f C I r ia
:00 Rene Estripeaut. Anibal Galindo, George Riley. I JF Ia ot re
..$1:00 Jalme de la Guardia, Tony Jankus, William Driggins.
:10 Earle Gerrans, Gonzalo Saenz, Mnolo Bernmardes.
S :20 Henry Russell, Charles MacMurray, Herbert Mitten. The Stud Los Cuatro's report- ed charger returning the winner. delight, with mutuels choices Three lokeys-Blo Auire,
1:3M *Bud Hammond, "Carlos Rodriguez, *Anibal Maearron. edly expensive Chilean thor- In this race Charming Prince scorng in almost every instance. iRuben Vaquae ald Aureo e-
S*Jm Nichols. Moughbred Esplendor is an almost chased pacesetter Rosarlo into One of the exceptions was the na-divided riding Imors with
1 ?2:0 *Paul Kirby. *Pablo Molina. Jack Cumminn. unanimous choice of the experts the ground, withstood several third race IS which Cafiaveral .wo wis each.
2:1. *Phil Greenwald. *Bob Fretland. *Emilio Miartos. to cop today's featured $600 Class challenges from Flambaro and surprised by winning a mile race
:3 *Roberto de Vicenzo, *Charles Harper, ?Skip Alexander. "D" mile race at the Juan Fran- held Bedlam safe in the drive to for Class "t" natives to the tune
-:45 *Hilario Polo, 'Chick liarbert, *Buck White. co Race Track. the wire. of $31.80, $15.40 and $7.80 acroa
,1:00 *Sam Snead, *Clayton Heafner, -John Palmer. Esplendor's competition Is ex- Yesterday was a form player's the board.
..---- ected to be furnished by Road- .
*Professionals. master. Esplendor will be ridden
zcpz:nm' Sammy Snead. Ro-, A birdie on 17 got him back one ter's reins will be handled by Al
De Vicenzo, and Clayton stroke, however, and so he's still Belloin Pulldo. This will give d b M. ff U
Ianer continued to burn up in the thick of It. Roadmaster a decided edge as far U y V IIW .Y W
course at the Panama Golf The cards of the top dogs: as lockeyship is concerned.t Race *We" Native
tb 'yesterday afternoon as PAR (Out) 445 354 434-36 Possible upsetters in the race Purset: som -J.toola |
hey raced away from the field Snead 454 343 433-33 are Vampresa and Grlsu. Two F *N Fte at the
the 5,.000 Panama Open De Vicenzo 444 353 334-33 classy performers who are re- | 1-Volader) H.
plonship. Heafner 344 354 333-*32 turning from prolonged layoffs IT h-I- I 1 2--Cgr4n) J. Phillip
8nead turned in another spark- PAR (In) 435 444 3..4-36 are more or less question mark. 3--*Ros a I M, l 1320
.ng 66 to take a one stroke Snead 434 533 254-.3 These animals are Petit Pols. 4-FiiLOI U B. 10
', ad with a 54-hole total of 204, De Vicenzo 435 433 354-34 who only three months ago was 5-Don MBrio 0. C l 1
Only 12 under par. Heafner 434 454M 444-6 racing against the tracks best By FLACO rte B.
S Vcnzo kept u his bril- Harper nad a very neat 3435 in Class "A." and the other is Bo what a dr seson N r Thmack- 7- to A. 110
S play with a 67 tn finish but so what n this tournament. MNewmnster. e oy.l what y season.r ever saw somuch-raj.Thinrgee7 P e- VA :varAA. a 1
05, mere ive 11under par. 222Herb Mitten. n the Clasr" naoeeven-tu rerel hand though the fishing is spotty. Several latp oanatcnd e s on4ap LmB. Rodrigu
205, stn 1 erb a r. An other unrIowa quantity In have been reported as well as some semi dry ruje Capt. Ctarles F

heafer despite w a d ofs o- 224-Manolo Fernandez, Earl the lonmfeature is Ca Buena. an Schi t a p o mackerel lat Sunday eo you wantf ooi J Nat /b S f
Slatestaes came n with 68 219-Chick Harbert, HenryRus WAmerican thoroughbred which o idth deep freetye, now s tht e n 47 nime lxaoa Jfro Cm S;e 11
Slocal history. 2-Emilo Mlartos. Buck Whit. anes, Keyhaven raced hdebu sta- Whess on theand fo the rain stops we abould hav rp teeth, he Poral .

h Panama course ror .ears 226-Phil Gi.... ad, Jack Cum- blemate Rose Hip Mingo and Sir snapper fishing and when the water temYtedtury dropn the e nc o
A pthstoor guy named Charliets of t -Hilar Polo, Chare Macnd. Carlos Eleta'seisshaven allop-nd drewould bin ave put this request in write wing but okee bf h opinge nd rd Rae Pete) -
ktper fired a 69 to finish with on JMurray.e de la awato an easy -to-post victory ndaged and he is not able to write. The mol do t pu: 3-Anne l a
a mere ive undrecord but by222-Herb Mitten.a Pablo Moln duin the Class Cup with 50 een-fur- your hand around a llve mackerel's mouth ten h oran aned 5 the

that' c ount seems utterly rIso- 228-George Rey. homestretch bid to take second some Importanught smchanges an90 od mackwe feel tg unfyld beo given the -Romant lu a
Sths 22-PaulPanama Open most Gerr nzalo Saenz. Wifrom the fast stotain no o fill the deep freeze, now Is the time. t of lyear. 2-Vlarre
S tsth man In the ranks s 231-Anibal Gallndo. Boss on the wire When a fish meghs 100 pound a or over, thi less -Blcaa V. 0 112 h I
y P almer with 215ory. stll 25-Bill rigginpeaut, Rey Val- Third fKeyhavoriten raced his and t When pound if the rain stopsr we should have onaered a red- -Miranda hFi. lkmb 12tU l

ger par but no chance at all of des. longshot Coragge were never se- placingf the existing record. A difference of under one pound 5-Blo Mar H. Reyes 109x
gp .g 233--2Lt. Golden, Bill Schmitt. rious factor during the race. shall be considered a tie catch with the record. 8-Cons tl B..OrteRM 107x
ad once aai c loursed lke a 234-D-Phck and Nn Aras. KeyhavenCu mte Rwho turnd e dis- Whea fishing and when the water te rat the r -12th
withstood the assault birdies of the mins, Bob Fretland. Boss into 1:312-5ubsson and drw b$2.60 a poundwill start hite xing. Until thenwe w juteep aoplgRace 0N MatiS V F.
of them a nd 16 to matil Friday 227-Tonhe prizeJankus wil Jal b me ded I awa to sorebyie heengths. Be- fishing. record. A difference of under f a pound P e: l Clo
as the course record but by fuardia, Pablo Moday's final ro duno came up wither Eleta-own- The International G ame ish Am clatin wl an t led
that count seems utterly ri- 228-George Riley. homestretch bid to take second some important changes and we feel thy- ..ld be given the 1-Romnt n wind
oTUs 229-Paul Kirby. place from the fast stOiping Sir Public. These changes are effective the SVC tlwlyyel. a- -Vi NIi n7x
th man in the ranks Is 231-Anibal Galindo. Boss on the wire. No. 1. When a fish weighs 100 pounds or over, z7othl.lg less -112aya VC l
y Palmer with215. sttillone 232-Rene Fstripeaut, Rey Val- Third favorite Piropo II and than one poundoover the existing record Snaldtbe considered re. 4-Miranda i rnj 1=
la~er par but no chance at all of des. longshot Coraggio were never se- Placini the existing record. A difference of under one pound 5-Rio Mar Z Reyi 1 ,.
g. 1233Lt. Golden, Bill Schmitt. rious factors during the race. shall be considered a tie catch ith the eLitne rec-r4..--ComI
ad once again closed like a 234-Dickv and Nene Arias. Keybaven. who turned the dis- When 'sa fish Wi. 100 x, 6- mets 3. .rteg h
e. markinJ up birdies 235--im Piley. tance in 1:312-5, pald $3.40. $2.60 a pounded ver the daathi g ierd- h Re Iafn--
15. and 16 to match his Fri-!The prizes will be aWarded in and $2.20. the existing record. A difference of under half a pound b burea : $ # -?-]m 2 :2g
66.. nd6othe clubhouse immedia.0lv after The secondary attraction was a considered a tie catqh with the existing record. $f 11* 1 2-a
the finish of today's final round. thriller with another Eleta-own- qo,.2. The International Game Fish AesmWation wil comidr 1 in'u.Redulsa u1 n tr=



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Don Pitin
Don Joaquin
Pre tlgo (a)
Silver Domio
Conejegma (c)
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Scoch Chumin
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Mr. Foot (e)
Dorae leVide
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BOSKOOP ........................Jan. 24
ORANJESTAD .....................Feb. 16
HERA .............................Feb. 21

BOSKOOP .......................Jan. 24
ORANJESTAD .....................Feb. 16
HERA ............................. Feb. 31

HERA (not calling Chilean
ports) ...........................Jan. 19
DELFT ............................Jan. K
HECUBA (not calling Chilean
ports) ..........................Feb. 15

accepable 'tthwtype of bottom g catl t .t1 to
leaders, one set to rest on the bottom, the other set sme two br
three feet above bottom, thus giving the,angler a chance both to
catch the bottom feeders and the fish passing his set above the
bottom. This rig will only be permitted as long as te upper
hook tI far enough above the bottom to remain free and of
fish taken on the bottom. The ast must be sucll. ta a fl o
one hook cannot be fouled by the other. All eolais an two
tackle must be accompanied by a photograph o sketch of .the
hook arrangement.
These rule changes are important and should be studied. ,The
Association agaI reminds aU anglers submitti moord la
that the practice of leaving the affidavit to be filled In y ome
one else is not acceptable to the IGFA. The angler mut have hi
signature notarized, must fill in andeend affidavit and send ime
sample himself. .

nThe a Yacht Clubo/ iated in. lnoa.e book.;
The Pknama Canal Tarpon Club, UllstedIn the phba book..
The Panama Rod and Reel Club, Josepb Cunningham PM-I
You do not have to be a member.o any o-f l above to re-
ceive their help and complete Information can be-had regarding
any catch.
Inthe. past many world record flsh hav beed caught 1n Pm -
namas ty, we are gettlg together ,ot th iiish and- will
publishh when complete. I anyone has lowledge af such record, e
Information would be appreciated. It is felt, tlt a permanent
record should be kept' of these catchs and we pose to stab.
lish same. If the record has been oen information should be
submitted as we would ike the complete history t all recognized
Next week we will announce the new tropWbt to be give fj
1953. These trophies are for any fisherma regardless of Cle
membership. The only requirement is that the fish must be
caught in Panama. ;, ,, .- *
The pescadora reprt the match & *pbnd wahoo iat.
Sunday of fTaboga. We wonder If anyone else has run into waloo
this time of year as i seems tol-la unUM)3 t ath to us. The.
dock fishermen are catching mBUe corbina bi the 'small bdoatr
around the rocks and boays areh dI$F so, good.
ope there is good' flsh n.n$l report next week. Will
report result of our tritif gor will skp the details
So it has ever been witheth deter

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iraliaCup M. Idewig Best Woman Bowler Eve'r;
itr'i i.a t' Iff ^iy Wfl 'Mr. P.A. Wnurt Ad' Iratlr-
ewa r ter m M -pm OrOf pro pe.t mi hty wfina
nights Week In five different She v 2 d0 in Deceim- Whetre more ... r .he
mum D'--t lT ber a OIn thm purk g
DI' I 00 Qrme td to breeze to her fourth them quickly
San Ilu 4nweL--9101i On the dotted linel
tfar I. Totwhimullt hip=r
Ia.d 16-pound Ibo- tia ear
Stha i the Wte w the alley with la op100 a day. YVow clhui ad -I ob
TCRX -Jan. IT of all the speed of a giant. adley h a year. C S I
t ota accun srate, sh banks nIon a short T a In he re- tract aprlI d
Sh dRads, .. idcM sI the 1-3 pocket. les d tht her sae I.s b ec u ds -b
W1 te jje pared, p "paDe totally i and m ading: sDon't "f a g "D oIn
e withtoW ta ep-y- dud mind beag asked; only some.- PAm aid B M
S- e ty t At' oat-four and 125 times they *a rIM 39 and that Zone rerb4 P.A. Wal Am
5 aj et sfootr nne pounds, l Ladewig was a burns me up. Ty the u
2M I W o .ha i fmtr hori don a ir' rr epan.rly. Try Aw ..m e
cf b all a&In 11b o w le rs ;t o m a k e M a rul onos oL a d eo d ie r-si'f m
14 atdd Se Raulds
Peanibo rium e a mon after w the Woman Athlete of the Vo
Usthe masu who n ge, tam surged Year.
her'o to SLnS Slabed th "Wh recited ha achieve-
18 th d of the m.s, race wouldn't be
h,, M Hh "hr h I.n leaF compe- CIO--
S':s tr thi await 140. Three
ill atwo seasons she

~g~-~1 e To, osw2U Ournament benur in-
9'ss a uIt aent Competiton where she k
lar po ea's te gnamntw. aes % a diamond at high
i ilpp s Is better thanm= t of noon. Skimming the higeh-
M Vellows Moud todef."1 t: lift
"Absolaut ly upipliev ble" T ree ears ago, when the
0a1 11inN e wed V hasw0 All-t"rTournament began in- .
the Ma 0p than you eluding women, Mrs. Ladnwi
d ke at averaged 208 to cop her divi-
SI. delery on away, repeated with
190 the et year.
hami us -
I1S0 hiam In the Alatar's 1981 edition
S a n' *taru wlmer. her first two games of 2m and
to where bar Ero- 79 set a woman's two-eame
'6tft v M as lerW e- mark of 534 Several aouras
tioU takes her, later she added gemes 2 47,-
I*0 ^bis i s aix 3221J7 and 234 That night
SO'f g aes e closed with 35 and 247, 3Aui By Appint
Stoe total of ML Gn i t oi? lers
a.A e ,Q ;e. ,e concentrate fhafli a 247 average!, to ^ o
. .e.ate That I tothelate EngGeorgeVL
t* ompW=uldsontbeWeak It wMe reed that U r a.
without bowl* Ladewig bowled with bursitis F.
w n with e in h ight shoulder, had to
About e. our L aw shoots flre tournament.
S.^ -Barrel Jumper Outdoes Owens;

Champ Must Be Speed Skater
layW'^ SL trained avue- Dy AS
age taters. which eROs8aEROM, I. T. Jan. 17- fiber barrels, each 18 inches in
N" tmer. AS gas]mp- i a leo* p ina daler. Zap are then add-
Slmd hav ee tbrhaig h.Other ed one at a time after every *
MiOe -Nd d wooly sterThe conttlans has either cle -
Sea at the Groasingr them orfailed in tie i
.a Of,0, dlub -jump _utL to be eliminated. Distributorss:
k il two yeam a tteior who numbe of bar-t
th, ,,, prt 'ofu..m the CIA. CYRNOS, S.AA
aof Yerw ek con- 8rpeae ano PANAMA CLON q
l ae foer Irome i ef
.m o Deorol et when o % t wel to 19.
Sad d-OZ, as the in-
adto kta of the barrel W OV= BAnar3 s AT so
E : '--"-'S-"" NATIO kBAN* barrelK
t d In l Rd Lamy hurdled 27 feet 8
J d the 4 Countrie L00 Inhe sat BaranMn Lake. N. Y
W* 1t0 barrel Inulga an ilnI =to talish a record
r" Maigl l e na m u e g tbshastood for years, aok un-
Sentrl.Fy new to a lot of peo- ta Terry Browhe eered 15
ple I barrelo and 2710 at Oroein-
Th0 vent start with each cr in '51. Browne upped the
Skater havg to clear seven mark to 2B:3 over the same
S number of p lasrt year.
A barrel j ut be a THE CHASE
t= -older of the N e u
.d 3 B' 8peed title. Vastle jlamay t it
Doss. mo n nt on in Okle g" wM. OF THE CITY OF NEW, YORK
SB Cash from Bank w onea he In .......... n 3,000,687.62

,t V r Accrued STATEMENT O CONTeivablON DEMBER........ 12,280,97.452
10th IrnllJaffee

offondiV Cash and Due from Banks b .. $1,553,000,687.62
wteeo=eeth 4 eLo. wal U. S. Government Obligations, direct and fuUy guaranteed 1,053,413,575.33
s J w broadJ Sta and Munisespal S..curies . 301,623,141.57.46
al= ae s Other Securities . .. 187053,206,094.832

P ,oteig Funds Borrowed. . .. 2465,618,053.791
So Reserves- Taxes Expens 2,511,937 .85 0
S OthAccrued Inerest Receivable ..... 126,728073.967.45

as to Resee Taxe an xess....._... 3,1,%8
ar te rsilte ..: 675839






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the truth and the country is safe"

PANAMA, R. P.r,SUNDAY, JANUAit 18, 19 .

Your Income Tax Primer Article 14
By RICHARD A. MULLENS and salary subject to wthhld- s ibed above, then you do
NEA Income Tax Expert EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's then tos exceed tne Sam f aoW Iae to -file a declaration
last of 14 articles in NEA's plus 600 for each exemption In- MLrch 10,
This last article of the Primer12th annual l Income Tax Prim- cludin you, own; or firstmeet the eca
shows a tax return filled out so er, prepared oy a top-notch 2. E ,I.... hn..t A t equireMents between MOa
yxu can see how hypotheticalW ... .....nd '2. Expects his total 1953.8,0om0 lAndbefoe June--. file a.d
payers John and Jane Public, Washingon tax authority and which s not subject to4ithhold- at0Ion ty June 1; if betwo
reported their 1952 income and des ed use wth tng to exceed $100 and total 158 As pne 1 and before Sept 2. file
reporeductions. ficial tax rule pamphlet. Income from all souurcef to ex- sdpt. 15; and if after Sept.
Even though your income and ceed $600. 13, file by Jan. 15, 1954.
dedutions aren't the same, you Don't forget to keep a copy of If, by March 2. 1953 you do not f b .
dun use the sampleret youn asa your completed return In a safe fit nto one-of the two classes de- (Last of series.)
guide in filling out yours. place for at least 3 years. Attach I
to your file copy any figures or r a1 6 t40M'e lijTM
Note that the Publics are filing facts that will help answer pob- a-9'. 'T A
a joint return. This gives them sible inquiries from the Bureau. aNW = d--ma _-- i
the benefit of the "split-income" Ado"taber i-" r
provisions of the law. If you file And now, just a brief remind- -*..i w ..
AlJoint return, be sure both you er that some of you will also
and your wife sign at the bottom have to file by March 16 a dec- NNA
of page 1 of the return. laratlon of estimated tax for 1953 .. .
Note also that the Publics have on Form 104C-ES.
Atemized their deductions. In ,.... .,
that way, they get a deduction of A decliration should V~ filed W.iS
$600.50. whereas the standard 10 by everyone Who either: 1W MN
cent deduction would only be iYhsAtNtl 3 a-rl..
.g.. 1. Exp -its total 1153.

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oI.Ik ra (or toss) fr om spx te dSchdlke C, Jli0 23'.................
.* Frm pr (o Ulou) Jf >lM pIatsc hedule., Form 104W ..................
3. Pansrohip, etc., pero (or loss) from Form 1065, Schedek I, Colum 3...
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: ts: Net operties loess dedcio (a c dsm t)..........
Ne p it, (or los) ( sim 4 leos line .... ...A.. ... .....**....*...* ......**..
R. Prom oal o schla e of cO patcaul as (from sept a Scheddle I).........................
,ro..... foP u* or of proper ohthcr th : apiul mas (ro separate Sdchede ) .....
S1. Co.of aisoiy(omous. you p .d)1 .it. 4. Amo4artestiserd rhl t..
L. Cot re ievd tImfr pet yr Ia3rl m. Eses oiia 4 ovr lie)..
Semoioderr of cm (tlr I lu s 6.EarlimS.or perO elM lie 1. w %
|, i)..... ....S1.224 00| o tr.erm e oilmot sleUsh rim4).
teses. ^'*^ w ^T^Sp r.a su^I

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pVmns sm amumirnn comamarmame won w as a 1mam-e

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ONE PAGE TWO of Form 1040, the Publics hav answered aecfic
questions about "additional income," exemptions for relative .

ins mow,.n.M.a.bowIMmo- -- inh"daft w

S ..Name amd (1 C..sth Tl J. -, ma all
, **'S ^T^ a sF^ aon
iammes -=:i : *am agem-es me seems
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. lEarr sid eapo"il loss car-y-or Imm ro 5peceeaim lxAhi yeari (oimk .Minei).
E m h r or lots,. or d.enroce ke hetMhiarearneiudi loieas .hoiwahe U


am leor. or da'rrsc r -ptnersmaipd beeas ahiwi h
h tKinl i aiosseslord.dr nembte on arm nhlayiaaoilease se ws ~s .
1WI. aalaama

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lr( 2 IfUdwuieiioarrieare im aheMr.arme toealo t dd0 1 u mdshlom eir
d w 1, J a, ais 3 Ur (a) gained prcea spaek|lW
Kher mce 10o pet l>o f (li 1, M Otr lmwn thus .........................
3. Seract li 1 fom line 1. I.ow ar e ldiira hEI. Mis il yo gNlN
4. MUltiply $No by ot number of eaemptidw dihe in "IS & pWL .sM*vmah ..t4.
phras lir4 from line ). ,E ira qerw. (fl iilii,
gamOTma a l )....:...r................, ..... .. ....,,...n...... .
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7. earn.. .pm a ps* ^ a s. CfI
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t2169 "came of I ais owa e ma ft laIr 5 ed 9. .. .. .............
bMar he a.d e liafte.Sheodle 0D. p. 2. Form tt104,. he aoUntm I of1 theFfoi : I l.r e l a tosyemem a gltemeof) 3 s '
hJ team m Ws i14.(b)&rtiumowsecoampwaw" Kw 10, grdecaslgis oEmer Werea lcmssPaymensa t; a 610141111 ry
S ( a rh s or a Mmo $1,r000 1 4 ... ( *td $ i' 1 (I i... .... igsrao..m.ass. a lgae ^.. = "
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agapyzzygs, 4,'r beser ay incme n Ws a tspsd senseeon asg
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on oop.Amrip lie3 II em. lime .17. 8 (eoNet 7, Cc), of%9 Renep eAX
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CH3DULE is a separate sheet with Form 1040, used here by the ON PAGE THREE, details of "It diaoUmi
1 Publics to explain loss on note, and the $ale of property. tax computation is figured. Pe feat is lt


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Eime1ower grduo tre iem wlfrr itmt i Y191,
ft i cl du of 164. But one i ctm r wmte: "Eise-
was ben to command." Aftw red amigment
ftI U. od reven years in m e For E he ws re
as a IJeutmnnt colonel in 1940. General MoAn
ed Us military geois and Ike dimbed the mili-
'eriidly. I Decmber, M19, Ike w.o app. d
CaLmdew of Allied FceslinEuope.0n JuIne
the ed forces imded Eraps nd Mhelped li
the coeiet from the Nesis.

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nov retrace your
6w pell thm
or ten theM in
the drawing.
Then draw" con.
neotinf lines
frma dot to dot
Itagmueous else try, over
d am with U-
7 paw "before

A4 Your Vocabulary?

QA With ea btter, a defined, at (1), Mdd- a
Ib 1A the delatlioa for (2), sad eOatUe
to add (or Maitlmt) a letter to form emah s epeed
lta wOrd, abnglit the order of lettes where

L lyaiM I or hydrogen .............,..
. Mipr~ le of inquiry .............. ......XX
& Atlte ................................XXX
4.ghttyi .......... ..........,,.,, .
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hihtt. woy udid uhodt Rart-
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a U ant d thite n, and o-W
.em")ld, a ter. M tirtd

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V4 S nitg honor itoftw
Odb. a
"I doubt, It. Lt's see how ut
3You can eont this money,".
ena ceued ,tsle Dirt -
Is signed OateUve Blandhof. to
Stk huni five hours, a-
*OB had Soult j'.O00. waer
animated thlt rIn oould .at
do better tha e bt weGao
.?"JI thi bUlls e single ind
it that eIt.. adJ- and .orri-
s'n could havet nted all the
"Sniy by pUtting It Into two
POS.In- hors le," aid
Tat'- t ft," Dik irkeed.
91t0 I know that lanM It
Mt aed ifmdn aev bad a
dtam t oeU4,ha we sf of the
t or" ., .
S..D 'DIrk gur. thatt outT

\i t *B t .4MtQk three
.t s entsliv
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Sft oae, c.ontan-.
,twisw# aou over:
Sor mm agn isnr three
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will stand,
whether to

ti* b T T V 40 -Tei're bein g
Sizing Up Miss Tower '*, "
aWIRs tow four eat tall. -Tower is en and M CompWFY,
Sa half tUme s tal asi Ms u. Mi6. Tower I W ad t r ex-
ten inchms ato than o rt MtosbtiL Their daugh-.peeoed of
ter is ju t bl tal er mother. How tB yIa to so do.
MIn" Toweft ? 4 .
wLL **ail A n e TELGU 'eq e as


s 0 as to be
ready whea
the time comes
and thereby be-
omen the fIrst
.mIan ever tO set
foot on the great
der, Betelguese,
S0. olar Mlo,
space Bght engi-
n eer extraordi-
nary, has already
plottql a course.
d1ows the last
lap of the trip.
Mapater MIo
didn't have a
chance to All in
the actual route,
but he did chart
the ight'-as dl-
mgagy as poi ble,
avoiding all space
Simpediments. He
does not turn
back or crass his
own path at any

O. yes. he be-
aH I n a t (-a0 at one tof the Owners of he
s "" te ..rd a .U rtaty.h
1 p (or h aUMcar & thiw -d.1MWSb to mark nther of
WAh at was the el : dif e&l..a..aespontml the map.
t 0Is At h o prllde to beb Mtd% i a o arn" a- "y etrb out his C oursee
---r- 1 -1161L ,MM @&Me Werto be w m&n In a ear. 'VWhoA MY 6o. be sure it is the

t0 Youame to lAd. I f. I f caMd one most eals omt.

bottsm etc.,.u er d&MN a u caNe wtO eight eir-hne,,
Whatl Was eO i ol tderV -a I ila mooteyin each iow-
ste ootterin whisk .sir s ae y l beftr onac
taken anos A. J J, 10. I, S mkuip. MinOey Gm O4h mo-
5,4,.8,? Tk Uey's tal What.s the number of
.3 1 Ww*mma AL

m '4TA I i P AiMai

la ISarM .
-: 9 mou.
>:8* ^ MK

I ance and bewliM d look, the
new arrival above seems to be
asking: "WheAe am I?" And who
can blame himunt Anyone thrust
Into a shmlbriy foreign situation

'Ee question Is: wouMld you (or
anyo else) knew where you
were In the following situations
See If you can "ftd yourself" In
at least four.

Your partner Waler Is ever
I sists on re- t h e top of
versing your your wer; you
acties, but put yor warm
you re on- out the wlai
Joyiag your- dow and the
5. a. -yway. 6. Ir s &Y.

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Family Affair
H ages of the ones family
are "all in the family" so to
speak. You can discover the age
of each from this information:
The household consists of
Grandma, Grandpa, Papa^Mama,
Maud, Robert, Uncle Bill, Aunt
Jane. Their combined ages total
800 years.
When they are arranged in two
groups, with Grandma. Papa,
Maud, and Uncle Bill in one
group, and Grandpa, Mama. Bob-
ert and Aunt Jane in the other,
the total ages of each group is
the same.
When the two groups are re-
arranged so that all the women
are in one, and all the men in
the other, the first group
(women) totals one-elghth less
than the other. The men add up
to one-seventh more than the
Each age is divislble by five.
What is the age of each person ?
*" ror iany : )Jwq w "w -um
: Sapner o '0 puo r on

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By D. K. Woodman
YOU'D have to venture into an
aquarium to see what you
can fnd here by drawing a con-
tinuous line crossing, once, all
lines in figure above except one.
Tip: At see, you seldom need a
Solution Is elsewhere in page.

, Move and Win

-By MIard Hopper
Author of ,ooks on Cbekers
mad Long-Time Champ
SLACK is a star-gazer in this
1* B checkerboard setting and he
really sees stars when White's
e whirling disks telescope his
iSt hopes. Despite an extra man and
PJ two kings to his opponent's one.
Black loses to White in four
F moves.
White, moving up the board,
moves first, and of course, wins.
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I.r qEI oIg 'I 1-0 All M :*olulp

st Wbat're the Words?

47-One of tme plaMe In Paul's
Journey (Acts :IT)
on being 49-Motive.
50-Adriatic wind.
53- AnathemmatIe.

L 57-Olve .
a (Hum 0p-Eei.

#:Pynioo t ruthenumn

eH.AT six three-letter .words
are spelled with two letters
and pronounced as if spelled with
one ?
*%is aij

L TTERS below represent a
simple addition. Four num-
bers have been set down and to.
taled. and all digits have been
coded into letters having the
same values. The problem 1A to
fnd the numerical value of the
six-igure sum.
Key to the solution: Inspect

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* take off for fight fromy ~ev Yorik.,

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LOOKS LIKE ONE, but of course it isn't. Ralph Young examines an object that resembles
' flying saucer at a quarry in West Orange, N. J. Somebody made the cardboard "saucer"
!&an launched it into the neighborhood. Conical objet meusuues aboutsix feet iaiaat"r'


pwate o.1. .


d. y-oo up nre"

WWTEU It WETAItNSTIR fds thw lgeonssearchins anx-
iely n the sIq" for food in Lond .s Parliament square.
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OLa CQWHANDS USED TO shape their hats by sleeplioh n ed watering their ho'M
in them. Now, however, western outfitters, such. as this otain .Tutson, Ari.. eatry hats of
4.811 sipes, shapes and colors, especially for the eastern like to look like opwboys.


T M4 scow hoat]
and bomer Paddy Ryan
camergi again for a d

ws.anp Greenwoat
Jactng.'the television
n Londdn. Englandl

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Bible. It's woven
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* ELIMINATION Of TH0 Trovlalons of the Buy-
American Act as It s plie to Papomanian products
bought by U.S. agenles on the Canal Zone was the
keynote of A report tnade by Federico Humbert, las
year's president of the Panama Chamber of Comer,
Humbert regarded the fact that PanamA would r
quest that the O y-American Act be by-paWped,
event of a commerciall agreement abemw ,
and the United States, as the main dbetaol .
way of such an agreement.
The former Chamber of COmmrw prutint" ,hp
was succeeded ky Savings M .BNg ,r .u o
de Roux, pointed out that I V ta
signed a number. of o6mmercil .e ta ,wth Am-
erican countries 'but em ed reluctant'to do so with
He believed, however, that the US. could be Altera.
ested in such an agreement at this time became of
the drop in U.S. exports to PanamA since GeIman
and Japanese goods- started finding outlets on the
Panamanian market.

V4- 3piautems. wese not t
tham t ov but n far a, could b
the 4PW ro Ol peatkd both In
Vlon," j'Oth fber and Pdoger of
BoW eap men *on bave dee

Panamai's lnspeeter General of Laler HaSberto e A
Fasase came toward t w itk wIh apledt-
ed interpIretation of the Labor Coe.
Fasano interpreted Articles 10 and 10W to-mean that hardly be
employes who work on national holidays ShOuld -0 O.eer. *50,0W ba
paid double time-and-a-half and still get compeb- et for a doupl of
story time off. In the case of Sundays, fPasa saidd. l n am b a
employes are entitled to Iliqe-ad--half and rAbad' w
pepsatory time off during the e week. t i
A bill hiking income taes. Pa.nam by 1 aud On- fequbf
per Oent' in some ess fe s"tb fina" l pa s- r
sage In The National Assembly.of
Establithtig collection of estimated. luane tax I ,y noft Or Ihe
the advance, the bill. which only SWati a formal uloB a dre- *1o -
third reading for final pamage, pr6t.des for taxes to thik-n o s
be collected twice t lts wr: on income earned dur- .. ..
SInt 1952 and on the robble 1953 Income of taxpayer. On T ni l to e
This provision will have no effect on wofket whose preumusa O_ gh d J-
taxes are paid on the pay-as-you-go system.- munst PArty. wer 'i
o oppratneur table paldW
Another bill (this ne received final passage Thurs- The nie, al '
day) establishes a fixed amount for Social SStisity gith r jn~'tip
maternity subsidies, which at present nte based on taking the
the salaries of pregnant female workers. Andret A. waM R a pB
The bill provides for a flat $100 $50 before cone tt a
finement and $50 afteu coqfnement. other
S o .... i ,as anti11a-
Impressarlo of the Dumbar Circus surmountqd two AnhW, It-
obstacles and finally opened Thursday night in Pan- are kt
amAn City. Ilneus u a
The ercus was scheduled to pitch its bif top on lal th casm
Via MBpala near m1 PanamA Hotel but was forced to
seek another site because of the lack of sanitary feeal. b iabe .g abat *
lities. g (taw .
Selection of the new site the Plass Amador ball- IIpa Ign air -
park-playground brought protests tonM the minor id'a s a
league bamebal and football teams which we the te Ot maM.a
playground. However, the Maas Impr mnto prdos- al. .imstl emle- MI N
ed to use the playground for omly two wemks. to live -INV
W 25 per-cent of a matinee to the leane n using the
field and to supply a trophy tor the winnIng team,
and the go-ahead signal was given.
Names wer In the Newt aft w has,
was Ifoar laftxtB th t t e Sgoft 0
heree, eapalm o y Itg tertpebe fsme sad nem ete 1 eae
: It w" a busy wek too for the 1US Utltary, who e-n
shined a their brass buckles and pmsented n aom1n- 04
presstvre view honoring Pansma's Pr th Jost A. of tBe
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I read the papers every day.
And soak up all the news,
And everything the headlines say,
I carefully peruse;
The box car letters u pon top,
I closely scrutinize;
The fine print, down below, I drop;
It's trying on the eyes.

These foreigners can not discuss
The problems of the day;
They're not intelligent, like us,
They haven't learned our way;
Americans are up to date,
And know what's going on;
That's why I eagerly await
The paper boy at dawn.

In Tacna and Arica, now,
They've had a plebiscite
I don't quite understand the row,
But It's a lively fight;
A gay and festive tournament
Of Intermittent scraps,
But the army officers we sent
Will settle it perhaps.

This Mussolini bird appears
To be. a. clever wop;
They've taken shot at him for years
But still he's out on top;
I don't know just what job he's got,
Nor what dictators do.
But they'd have to pay me quite a lot,
For half what he's been through.

I closely watch, from time to .time,
This hetc "League of Nations;"
The way they quarrel Is a crime,
In frivolous gyrations;
They live in sour and sullen mood,
In somber strife delighting,
When everybody else Is good,
That bunch Is always fighting.

That "World Court" is an institute
-That always has me guessing;
They're always starting some dispute;
Their aptics are distressing,
I'd put the fighting -ones in Jail;,
The noisy ones, I'd smother;.
Nobody likes their fairy tale,
And they don't like each other.

And that "Geneva Conference"
For armament reduction,
At times goea round behind the fence,
And starts a little ruction;
One day, In harmony they 4t,
For gentle peace they 9bh;
The next, they furiously pit
Into each other's eye.

These Soviets and Bolsheviks
Are mfiltant and bold;
They're lull oL.ndetI'haaded tricks,
And loaded down with gold;
They pay for sat s --. vety elg 1-
By teachery. t. : _,
But, thse I'v me4 1l@ it appMe,
(Dlt loaded dMftDa, ent wealth.

I use sa gcity sam brains,
In readhiBg B the newa,
And this, I a=ui. is wWa explains
My eae an lucid views; -
To .J, stand I wil elavew,
And heed ao f Imr piea;
Their propaganda eanm deceive
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