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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00271
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tics !*ie or 4 W' e rmy ia r n9ce ffr oAar d es dio cn ther pos b afrauds
4st Ponamreh Cathal auth ori Cn a r H e becarryi g o aC
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.9,..'rq atrjpfe ddto the. .West I .. .ndies aB lb.oa

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aUt h L of h a tte oias t A for- teaocal dhhoc he s e bein case thac tf
xrl aasmunV It hed epbli adthl ee Cnal Aeousadd IINAP Se IIcaI JaP O
lS t lFaroe o aetednd oar loeaanc hddliaetaenst otn A e p w r M a re e canonercy- hated the
be a 4b.c rd h hde#Awbeen p ...y-.in.g D, a tmonl pen i. t .

S- e. iheao weh ies np l n r a a aha e n coffee price anda

MElon 93 2 a e ymoon cott e on a a nd ter r ed trom Go. rodumed at aane esoneabe rIhes sof spe03lapor nd i This trm edne eti gt h ye ars Department
m... . ...al w h n co l y th the ocefiee mta . .o. h e .oern.- te W arf Setp tw ard thureao d e- o- t;$12 t a

gtreeud SthiUI colls ecnterd inth oee oinnecasethatohas eieen wa uolrly eulst ofs weeA prres ent o ahe Grc Cana e Pn Cpel !
Optanwhe ateasntt ekn'h ravee abed tak ehalan teeaone ColmbCon .ow ar Eduar- INDArOS, Ind.eJan.1hrs
..d.ar A .o.., 3 on m ate I i the gtrlop.o r-eerd -a...- arooman.ex y.se. soe o e..In coffee qruirce ie sar eee toing dsisptche d ,_: r pgho u

3 Pto the lecfor reeoved rmyGn orerf tha fore utvaby. rises- pIndiesrt oocnh eckdohorpsib the rirt aau. doeo. i to wr ba t-ati -a-f'
diti re o n ft a lto rep.o .S .A-h -e ____ _ _ _ . _p_- ._. ,t__ o__the .nt_. ,-anedth_ __ _____ _eber_
rzs.r'I ,eor the a ft $ c "n" : wit e, ,._ be in in by d ent omCan al se
Juntha& *ato k.e-t i a: of rp cush' of disability.relief.checks Ion re lie f

him radtpactive tra n k5y SSd f h raoeee wo the t il LONDON; Arn. 23 (iP) The oL a eBport dro 23S cae .he se pri o mith had been arrested on sev- were Qelt to Io
The udge ad the arent Andrw ma Tar and Outer perdring the -52 pe ceewt en count ot obtaining money yesterday, were t
mo to enable Mrs. Ala- d, on oo t reported aver- ro. under tene. Trades Dep

hrado to inherit her husband college and.vaction ast measurement of 3.5 th he said a severe Pd t three cents Tuday On Oct 7, 153, he pleaded Contue to

fortune, optisted at s*Meral rra.;'rh re- ad p ad oin to one cent at aulyr ro x counts and was sen- and support
million os The has a They areoeJNisenhuts a statement that organs, e .ric e re. cut ,s ply th.is year noon. a ted to months at hard la ens'chrthhte in aa

value '"proxia 1 cents each cent tW bedroom a isation es on agOrd as st .We tat e when by S 2 u bagaof cof- The Barbizon Cafe, across the "or on several of them. Alto- t" ne'o-.ation,.
.Th band d ore thre iing' m j d rdt el. that t do not considerr o rttos hat all the feee s street followed suit The cafe ether It would app ear he will ma and the

years ago o n f mysterious ill ephone. Tr-y- hot food are thc Gongernor's atisfac- measurements taken on the 5,- Thediplomata whose country bold three-centa-cup cottee. It have about two lull years to 2) Continue I
sealed th presence In hi body day. quetons pe .ly asked f, try n order to arrive at this pler to the United States, Another restaurant owner was

Irate. It Is a very costly, gov- lr make their beds, receive the set up any. lnes of U drect com- taken over the top of founds- theyKet an average hourly wage be crazy I pay $1.03 lor the Heights has been In correspond- 3) ContinuekIt.aort g
cement controlled radioactive nose drops; and avoid everyone munecation or ntason with the (Ion garments," the magazine of 1.78 compared to t centsdtuff." eagca with two local banHs in Jav fate the Income tax f
material, else. Governor's o al n the question of reo nl one.
off" ouehf
'n Harvard noititai otnas ba~d-acc Oa Is eomfl se by the th nn Cataueeriorr ynaC isrn
e tcry- mpmt ee e s.g h Ks e la of thA
u teiittIrithatotheWCsal h
F.40..r1Jt14adf: al JottheIhe cks wh en1 c0 e OW a the mbers
tines -tsteinmad nbyUSC'o qu at h eer e i I w 1 tonce dM hiled e Cdiu r thad the P
T a m p i c o- -dr e s e n t a t i v" n o tob enin go na disabi-i t y r e l wo lnge facie.
tria a0w017;,the .d e govaernof.r's. rw n himtco hnd oa we eitht'I y e tove
ry's mfi1r91ief t ylan l O F therBn2ricathRi tAprbeetnc o rm.lth bre meo be
rynx" '6 .R _o..rdollthedSin e4ofr ee withPmeals.lJonas sillynI
aedt letfe-ubnducleestdnsadame of one 7. h pleaded 1)
value c e cbd i d s -nwhoyhadn.dletbsInAnawy1946., bbutaoMs ae...nb o o l 3 n a a s e o er te l ne t

e ba i ed her e ee, not or er- d t he aftI t
f, It=ere t) : ra r-o-n reaeta: Thiey must Since thecrimebrokeBa a t

iPtrate. adtis a rostlygy-Imakeheirbedsreceieth setpane o te topofoun"a- ty gan av0 foro he- Heihts has b oen in cra pond C
everyone unc atlon or withe ema
eresinent. c onll also, ived rad tinos e dr ,;-aid avoit id4 tdh rt- gartts ,"t of..o...73 compBAueau of ken are a'apred ts f f ." en" with t cal b an n at teeo n coe

material. ePe. Gvrno' officers stdtad theicahon9tohth andtne of 1co'- tleZoe- a A tAe A mint the$ 2 mt hly p"n- 4

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NNW YOK. JAN. U I-A- t oealttr a h 2 n an Leblerbnbe was MNW as.,atore. .
judge ebb aeSougt with thin not ecuulaci t io. xsn li.turntol
-a tomto td'8himt.Hons. ne-pal edhutftath eo
Tp ta_ .t3U- M*3tt tke movie-make tabs 1 0-,IBM

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CROWD OF MORE THAN 2,500 students rallies outside the National Ada6rfemAi"1 fiito
protest cuts in the educational budget. Police were called out to keep traffic movi~g.
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WOt&D'S FASTEST fMLT; MaJ. Charleaw
aircraft executive UIence Bell a 1
ro0l* i-pored plane which he flets
Zlkuile'an hpur. ThWere at a Wg

SSHOWING offa cocktail dress
created espe Ally for her
is movies' Judy,.Holliday.

TRYeINWOto t*al~
(the trl.n)
retuwang tr thertl

it from *ei
[i0 play for
us shown .I

SCURIOUS MEMBERS of the Libyan parliament and guests stop for a closeup look at a F-8G
,h.sd.erjet 'pn display at the Wheelus field base of the United States Air Force.

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bw tuji ts a '''4 1 a"de"e4
rge VIson in:New York.. The battery,, SLAPPIJG UP the spray, motorboat skippers *o r towY r .wte Inish linen th 1W aghi
k of Ice, is 'abbUVt ontrhalf the sihze'f racer f 4tmalliUa/In Ameriq4-the 115.-iili. pld9 ,rvtr n arathon. Onl0 28
eds only a few Atops .of water a year. the 99 starters finished the rac. Disabled and capMsze, bos' lied-theg -tire rou

IF xuu WERt. to meet, Aterteaas top feminine newspaper. reporer,. the ntfolaly-
syndicated "Voice of Broadway"' columnist, a top panelist of thej"What's M4y thie?'*
TV quiz show, the leading ady ot'the "Breakfast With-P orothy and Dick'" radio pro-'
gram apnd one of the nation's best-dressed- women, you would be talking to the same
. pe r6- orethy .Kilgallen who also finds time to be a devoted wife and mother. Doro-
thy was into the newspaper trqgle for her father, James L. Kilgallen, is a top-notch
reporter for International #e*S .ervioe. Dorothy's husband, Dick jCollmaY, is wel1-kuldow
in his own right as a produ .~ and actor. Their children, r.ick, 1 a4 d'ill, 10, .somAfies
make their morning broadcast a family affair, One of Dorothy's.most :treasured acctades,
came from the late Damon Ittmny''.her said: "She's one of the be i history ofhe
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taently for w
,,. passenger line

f.ie Italian luxury liner, -tristoforo Colombo, waits pa-
her out with new fittings in Genoa, Italy. The 30,000-ton
service on the New York-to-Italy run sometime in 1954.

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maid .de
a d i o6a20 Emanuel

worde oim of white nylon tulle
and lace and ec f bouquets of
red gladIolL'
lid th best man was Mr. Victor
de la .Gurdia, assisted by ushers
Mr. Grston Garrido Chiari, and
S Mr. Gabriel Arias Aosemena.
Ring ers e W Joxe Gqiller-
iGud train
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and Go r


Fat treatments
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Jdtr eaur. No. CS
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ftbI, Mrs, W
Frangiouo, uMis
Mrs A. . P
Yard, Mrs. Wilr,
Oliver Culp, mand


A,. sI t, M. rs.
Mrs. L. D. Bone3y

Committees Amnosued
Sor Art Exhibit
Committees have been o
ed for the second Ari b-
bi of the Cnl l e Brae.u of
the INatiohna Leage fV4fAtaeiB
Pen Women sEiad to e
sunday, Fejucry 71,
The General Chatia Is Agnes
P. Jobolak Ctta7aor, CT-
Charm mAin MCor Mseo Feen y,
Judges Chairman; H.ostesses, E
sie Oglsby and Gerry Moore; In-
vitationa, Franes Greening; Tele-
phone Committees, Elsie Oglesby
a .'Agn Joson; Photography,
Cae,- n; hanging m-
e, .J annf Beaudry,, Gladys
.nar .. Thornton, Elsie
ugha. auirchild, Pat Mor-
j aiM, M ed Nourse, Hortensla
SAihagpke De- Young.
Suetd to take

si..i a4,g to pre
th ethibleon the fol

Mrs. tl or if.
Van Horn,
Lecture February 1
An illustrated talk on the Cania
Indiana by Elmer Stevens and Ger-
ald Doyle, Jr., wll be -given at the
Us9oJW Arnsd cOE Sernice
Center, La SeOt Road, Balboa, on
Mpday, Februry 1, at 1:0 p.m.
Military p.:osnel their families
and the puble of' the Canal Zone
and.of the Republic of Panama
are vited to. atted.

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Ates at"C0 mep.m. at
lbo t B Armed Forces
Servi-e OS

Artists who have previously per.
formed In concerts at the USO
JWBCTb w1 be presented at the,
benefit l.
General admission is ten dimes,
students five dimes. The policy of
the USO-JWB admits servicemen
free to all concerts, however be-
cause of this worthy cause, admis-
sion will be five dimes for mili-
tary personnel.
The public is invited.
Bridge Tonanlm ent Tomorrow
The regular weekly. bridge tour-
nament will be played Monday at
7:00 .m. in the Card Room of the
Hotel Tivoli, Ancon.

FBI Man Queries,
Quickly Depott
WAK "IELD, Kan. t.P.)- A
f ral agept rushed lereo javes-
4Jfte the writer of aleer to ofi-
eials of the ordnance plant at Par-.
Ill w /_

a tf talk

Z w va.. WEE .. .
most of Btirko s
seem tame -..fu
i.the 150. b

he.r te
The PhilippineAmer part-
nerasip in World War lmted ua-
tl .Japan surrendered MY no ujth,
as history now shows s d lou-
ton formally w proposed when
Pa c w~R was only two
ar t isnuel V i
SWashingon' f
pipis made the proposal b. ,
1 en. Douglas MaArthur con-
seded tilt the Idea atj tMn
going theh separate waysj merited
series consideration.
iJt President Franklin D. oos-
velt'promptly vetoed the-popoal.,
ie declred that in: a glba.war,
;twq- cannot display weaudes in
fact or in spirit anywhere Qu
oand MacArthur arLd w
hm and the link remained unbr
Te exchange of notes between
CN egdorar aniWashington is d
close[ in The Fall of the Plp
pines one of tre US., Army De-
arteont'l official hftories of the
wayr lthr Pacifc
ts author is Louis Mortoa, an
army historian. His sources frn ib
to the thousands from ofV a]
records in Washington and
o Jmiers and rcbllectliM of f
mtawho fought UtJsD
moo& PaimB. It is thetr-e4
Comic* acoat yet a te bI
War r...-ri
f lwa" -- a a** l l**m @-

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Requiem Mqss
A requiem mass for the repoea
of the sot of Clancy McLaren
George will be held Friday
morning at 6:30 In the St. John
Baptiste de T Saflle Church,
Parque Lefevre. :
Mr. George, a I o r m e r Ith-
mian resident, died last year in
the United States.

Wrong Date
DAVENPORT, Wash. (U.P.)-
Turning back the calendar a cou.
ple of :ears may be the wish of
many persons, but it didn't work
when John Bates tried it. Bates
shot his deer in a special hunt and
marked it.with a tag as required
by law. But a game protector dis
cover, the tag Was for 1951 in-
stead of 195C. Bates was fined $75
and costs.

'mule; apdwer mlad sup
dent, a r.mpilbetde assistant ms
perlitundent with all the standard
soeio psychological patter at her
fingertips, an siqortment of sadis-
tic and-or homosexual matrons, a
a bunch of female convicts whd
are really. ust crazy, mixed up
kid .
Niss MXrion says she wrote it as
a novel rather than a screen story
beense "truth and cold, hard
facts are often deleted by the
movie censors." Apart from an oc-
easlonal dirty word, however, it is
difficult to believe that the cen-
sors would object to anything in
this noveL..
How To Lie With Statistics, by
Darrkl Huff (Norton) is an enter-
tainng ahd informative primer of
statistical ethod expanding the
familiar smf "Figures can't lie,
but liars sur can figure." Author
Darrrel} Ht sppors his thesis
with examples from the current
literature of advertising, polities
and industry. Profusely and aus-
ngly illustrated by Irving Gels.


Great White Fleet

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w those II wa s t
*stasi .. itherip h mc nala orQit

luet. incaed bc mted rcl
C oBe.,
p *0.1 n tunrE the
Ill., a la.ea .

The renro of tnhis elemr ,

cent onpaht, growth ., Va r *

WoSdld enumponth ed 85 000,000
tons a yea r. Since each alt re
TM.31prj cntI;. wl worlo

us ,a. year; ii supply Is expected
r s abWout tluand year I
e eet hate of plain
aThe problemiter ante e rf actual

losst, D.. optrts aBlt t sh iem.
W esuppmIly ail usa is
ths.0ances are

o to the r ttom of th sea lmnt, s

orminal chemial bonds with other e
tileld at about 2,0.00,00 tong

Woteriad umpn i 20,000s:
tons a year. Since each adult re-
quires about l pound of phosphoru
ut year; t supptoly is expected, ab-
to lbt byut the anktond yer if
the pref et rate of populrtd n coq-
S problem, Is. t one of actual
s, D.P. HopN Ia-- BriPl. them.
depat,.nt ou the arvrd Selement school
eeof bl bl Healt unavildle by
inking to t the btom of the a orl.
formiSg chemical bonds. with other
st serious lose of phosphorus
Is caused by soll erosion.
But ths is carried to thb sea, ab-
sorbed .by the Plankton which in
turn-a eaten by.sh. If man eats
ds full share of fish. rnces are
heM' get his phosphotrs back
o n. -I
A L6t Of Natrigtn
BOSTON (U.P.)-'lhe nutrition
department of the H rvrd School
of Public Health iste Ith ea0t do.
pArt&eTat of its Unhdi In world.
Eisblhd 2, it ow seon-
.siso iof 70 staff.. Weobeg Woring
under the directions of Prof. Fred.
erick J. Stare.

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We ye fainay been ranted permisoual to continue o. Se"
diamond ig drawig, .. It will be a free diamond for moni m
a MotdWrs Da, y M 9th. Come. Monday anl any time antil
.a 4i tentitaf yout to wia 1 anrt ore4 carat e.qu stf..
diamond ring.

Holders of previous receipts are welcome to stop at our main store Jocat. at
161 Central Avenue right across from the Chase National Bank building to easbatg
their sales receipts for the new drawing on May 9th.

It is Casa Fastlich's sincere desire to make this Mother's Day happier for iwo
mothers by presenting the two "Symbol of Love" diamond rings to them.

Remember the more cash sales receipts you are holding. the be W e
chances of winning ... ,

For further iinformat vio sit Cu Fastlich or call Pnama.; 0894.


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apflhnt twYotwknuB hE was 10
K aiWsnrii earei to get eong4
vtitoqvWClt i s fs[youta- flwas
t#n ~l~ arnItl baseman o. his
if -' busball team and tdhe.
prled-fir sa n mmm on the Jack.
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The annual meeting of theSfir d
"The Panama Aerican PwpWa
be held at the offices of the
building No. 57, H Streest4 k
Republic of Panama, on

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NEA Stafa Correspondent
N AS CITY, Mo. When she
t-her law degree 50 .ears ago,
ara Farrow was fired with am-
rion to "save the world espe-
lay the women."
Faced with professional realities,
ta.om realized it was more than
ane-woman job. So .she settled
wnM to a half century of dignified
itHuignine. the zenith of her ef-
Krl being her first book "Lawyer
Petti-coat," .ijust publi-hed.
Career. women will find encour-
Ibiept in the book And so will
Mlinakers. Not a sedate profes-
lBjournal. it's a warm. folks'y
tNit of the fortitude of a per-
table woman whr, Orl-u.Ld her
Cation despite heart-breaks and
epri t odds.

g. Farrow's deep-rooted feel-
aor justice was 'tiinulrted to'
,di by conditions in a Kansas La lawyer: Tiera Farrow
tvKans.. grain office %hbre she Lady lawyer: te a
Iher first job. She was cha- wanted to save the world, es-
ld by the fact that men in the! pelally women.
ce .drew more money than she
I that she wunldr havy been She has handled 12,000 cases for
aded immoral if she rolled up the department.
sleeves, a- they did, during NM -.'Frrow was the first wom-
summer hear. an lawyer in the U. S. to defend
a murderess' (the lamous Chira
LvdIvinu to do something about Schweiger case in 1916); the first
le.onditions, she started study- woman to appear before the Kan-
*tw after office hour On grad- sas Supreme Court on an appealed
ion day she persuaded a boat- case: the first woman divorce
.:to row her acer-- the swollen proctor in Kansas City, Mo., Cir-
w River from the Kansas side cuit Court, and the first woman
the Missouri side at the height judge of an) court in Kansas City,
aJet flood so she could get Mo.
ilo along with -47l ale A dil-.inguished member of many
netrs'of the class of 1903 of legal, social and honorary organi-
ansas City School of Law.' nations, she first came into the
limelight when, still in her early
n for A half twenties, she was elected City
a man s world." the Treasurer of Kansas City. She hot
ar-old lawyer feels degrees from several institutions
much to be done to of higher learning, including the
n's position in busi- University of Illinois, Columbia,
the University of Kansas City; the
ow go work in Sorbonne and Otford.
now go work in
without anyX.staves in1
Sdresses," she commented 9f h ch,
; her neat office in the Cit vll 00 3
.r L h t_. ,.f.. A^- -fJe t n .ff -j1 ] a

rmery, uui too oUitn muen su l
raw them in salary and ad-I
iges in the same work."

Ift'Farrow's decision to stud
w didn't spring solely from he
,, itt law would assit her i
W i e cause do women. 'A
1.5d, show would listen spel
d in her father's general store
Wos Kans. to the account
atous frontier trials. She hear
tljutfce and compassion o
j rdna men who saw him.
=hn twl* y admired -her father'
l and when she moved wit
t d nda la. brothers an
Hi-"tm'or arnett, ans., spen
I ho n fter school listening t
ial talk" at the. local court
lge. She dreamed of champion
PJ ltief for everybody,"
he past 11 yeahk, Miss Far
a *mbined her private law
ih the position.of legal
counselor for the Departmen
r-eof Kansas City, Mo

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One of the biggest challenge
ear-old boy Is trtaldag the
e is fired with energy- for o
wants nothing to do with si
testing her son In the car
how to use a new oie-step
plecator. Then (center) the

NEA Beauty Editor
TRAINING youngsters in good
grooming habits is quite a chal-
lenge. You can generally appeal
to the vanity of little girls in coax-
ing care of curls, from there, it Is
a gradual process. But boys are
a hit. more difficult to handle.

y i
*r At about the time they are rea-
S7 dy for such training, they also
sin .A/ inaru Tan lon have become aware of things mas-
1- if rculine and feminine. And of
e course, they want nothing to do
s with the latter. .
d VIENNA, Jan. 23. (UP )-Goose wh t
f flesh shoes in snappy colors are Unless fostered with consider-
the newest line in leather-scarce able tact, any care in grooming
Hungary, where turkey skin foot- appears s sussy stuff to them. It
s wear made its debut last fall. '
h Communist state- hoe factories ew e i
d are busy tulng out 5,000 pair of I f L
it shoes made of the. skin of geese -*OW ac
o plus 13 000 more of the turkey va-
- riety, the Budapeat newspaper Es-
- ti Budapest reported. e en laif'
It said bot new lines of fowl-
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wear wil appeal: on- the spring
. market in twenty shades.
S Goose skin resembles lizard
l leather, while turkey leather -is
t more like crocodile, the newspa-
).I per said. .
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Others; Lose Family Tis

llrelaiojps expert.,. f [ SomenUmet w Will Be
a nation. magazine on how Tne One Who Imposes

along with relatives, makes
tereat: "If a relative im. You can't tell a well-meaning
i I advise Ypu to great relative who is always ready with
h .x more G IMnd :.' advice jo" mind his own business
accord anyone el8 ) and stllt.iexpect him to feel a rel-
a take advantage of your atiW6's concern over your happi-
ire.'-" ness and welfare.
'that advice -would i Y can't put a time limit on
Wjfep any relative t nB Ja' _e.sit of your mate's parents
g on you. "' -ev If you do think a week is
you applied it to all Of a visit and two months is an inrt-
tlives it 'would probably position without making them
mn considerably dn ~ he fam- ee like butsidbrs in their chilMA
ca' home. i-"
ou can't treat ftmtly -lik No, to keep a family feelio.-
else and keep a amily you can't treat family like a'
people. You have to trea.theew
a special way. Someti '4
saa't answer Cousin Sue's result in your being. lls pomn.
luing you she is'comingfor, And sometimes yani -be.the one
,by pointing ouC tf jw -imaposes. -
be a most iomteag ,But y remewbw
CostaSe .i'rei' -nlaey ruemberI
nd expect C- SB ie1' .beY r6'embe
Bobig of yu 'famir yp" m Ill be fhaily
Some she s-lwavo e ng you relates that
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es cofronttng the mother ofa si- self The work .. m a ad and the ion-iaj fr .
grngsts l go oomng habits. V pleslng that Iha Ro wes, Ibe Me
oatnt fea-s ng, and. beside, he groop. New -, Lar ste to an
lt stN i s tbe, (f ia. mat befoe- otpln tn -heha a ened Jum Peanut Butter CAe" 'C
Sof hisshoe. She s owing hi t a terest Ib a d zM. Inaldeataly, relbsd hesl
polish that comes with Its own *ap. of one Ulittle oborS e ak eIncon re hli t m Ismm J'st CL P ia
you-gster takes over the job him- responsibility) for other etespsa, sa as re Mae ampa

ofter. seems that the dirtier they One firm, for instance,. reeenly ing with pride at his work, en- .By GAYNOR MADOX "
are the happier they are. brought out a one-stp polish that courage further ,devtoplent to- NEA feoa al Markets Editor,
The best starting point for these is said to be no fro;b'e at all for ward c reful grooming. r -
litle lads probably is'care of their children to use. . After 4ongtatulatipg your son on -..
shoes. It offers a bit of challenge Your second-grader ,pd find his accompUshment, you might re- We just tried obt: new- cake also be baked i l j
and the work itself can be fun; it fun to see Wt rapid g prove- mar that you will take care to recipe, a big two-layer :deal. A layer pans about 30
therefore it is least likely to carry ment h- can m4ke w40h.oe stroke. prepare hq other clothing as well young woman from -Brooklyn, until! done. C6oll
the sissy stigma. Furthermore, the He can get.-thet senr e of accom- as he has troomed his snoes. N. Y., gav I-t to:-u. v epnut but pan. Spread S p ral
finished 'ib rewards with that all- plishment without too much effort Theq, outlining the things you ter, as we as two fesh l-ers and frost top
important sense of accomplish- since the dauber which is Included 'will ive to do t keep up with are addqd to a down y-t4de -Yl- cake with Fiut-.in
ment which youngsters in this age in the package does not demand a the pace he has set suggest he low cake mix to bak, giant-size, i
group seek. deft hand. Neither is, t messy to might be inlest e n helping you flare Iayar Fot-Mlali te'oteg
The old-fashioned'm e t h o d of handle. with some of Ue .,. *.
shoe polish was A tiresome chore Your next be~i'hlghbe to in- Coloffuilgrd jilyi aishlv, Combine 1 unbeatAldwl hol
that nobody liked. It was nlmesy The posh 'will, also condition produce, him td Keesphi wr-loet pt6ad btweentha and flf- with % cup sugar, dash of
there wbre too man .steps, and leather, projloning th, life q the ant'buread dr wers ely;' f frfostig its.b.A-e tablespooa.uj rtSM
one really bad to work to get a shoe, this.firnr.says. .Eveary~ A little later,; yn ca*to'e-to light-aq-lo n l eight r rn syrubt-5
good shine. cation is daidite roaere, dt gec' training him in other ga. ideal id'hbelf'fi l e boiler or in sall o .Beat with
However, considerable progress leather so that. i appears li new. ing h.bitfa,' uch- rlc. a o.e in the bop se prqun.'t hand or electrEic nie
-has been made in recent years. Once you have your ciild beam- larr and. nails. -, will lode it. minute
S. t Cook o
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Just when you wants badly to
be perfectly groomed, it will hap- e
pen: A un will pop, a pimple
will blossom or a nail will bread.
One would think these little dis-
asters could sense a party com-
Shoiul a broken nail threaten
your party poise, teenagers, you '
can make it appear as good as
whole. You- can find kits for this
purpose at drug stores and cos- -
mattic. couqtqrs. a auaea'"'"
All you ned do is saturate a
piece of the tissue that is proviedd
with the solution and tuck it under
the break with an orangewood
stick..-Tear ..the tissue irom the
booklet siir' a ragged torn edge
is: lesa apparent than a cleanly
cut one.
A second patch will reinforce a.
particularly bad break.
After the patcs has dried thor-
oughly, apply. btse coat and ,.'..," .. .
then your polish. 'y applying
your base -coat freely, you help .a -
to make the patch waterproof. '
The tissue- aInd poltion can also .
be usqdd reinforce a fraile nail .'
that .tbi-te.ts t break. For this T isn ait larmmauer sceud I
ton. ttar off; wedge-shaped
o s tissi% .pea trim the'wide
tocorrespond with the tip of
1 i lt.... Saturate with solution
it flat on the nail. Have BY KAY SHERWOOD
yi.* end extended about an NEASt.ff Writer
th of an inch beyond nail f &iUt f' (in- Is a
ge. Smooth with moistened fin-I pas"i 6"1. f o
ger tpleasuabe.. sort of worry for
Now turn yotinger over and! homemakers wbo prize the beauty
apply solution to expose edges of; of oldtime imports, the nostalgia
s#,_uq. Turn tissue inward oveof grantirae.ihand-patnteti plates
nYfhl edge with ownltwood stick and the i-a ofm cups from a Ipng-
atla:has been dipped in renou er Iout"dated natern.
Press firmly to inner surface of You want to use your treasures
nail, occasionally for appreciative com-
nalpany. But there's always the fret
That an accident is going to hap-
-l pen. Sensible precautions and first-
XMM ... i aid repair work will help to keep
S.'i your fine china in the family.

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cLreless washing. I nicked the
epout of a pretty oldv pitcher just
by forgetting to swing the over-
head facet out of the way.
Old china should be washed by
hand promptly after use. Never
let it stand as' is" overnight. On

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prOfak things. 5'^TMAn 4ee ed to the 6
Should be amseon'thn, t r woin The tapd- n ,'r-
an'a most Ra ,mtbt ds. then. soidd be"used as dd
SFor the plder. an-4 ilay, guides, ib t d ,to ge
"'Z" 'e the safest and easlest jyW to con of a few extra pounds ad al e
bastoecems weight is prev.et Leere and there. A rigid red e
S-aearapee. ,... I'eihel -on the otheif *Iad l
Less a hieck is !t keote sometimes too -ine a. tr-
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wes. umLit wih heeasne.l eC and elmeee webl a s l on onoe- who bas pas$y 4. dmes wir p wer 5 . --. ,4
rW the s lg before she' knows bWi% o- K eeping your dail eek wit
Spe ning, it already cp aspied; measure pa nd i al pi t'Wi
i, have to A ,awrecazam
oc;ast o .when use a large, fie, jdb, but the plates didn't come Iycut adowm f utet

penps danger or chping da a walk. ./.- S.. b
per P14-W 0' hatd-painted scr adtches 4 or1rs and &A^|SW*4r,.^
plates, I take the time to lne the r tasA up the 2t pi e. i
duce the danger of chipping de lday, warm room wa. from vourwilltneve t.
edges. moisture. NbIlt, assemble broken et,~ the filbbin~.aehvd
en chn tpieit- et e n, 1 a ppl hohold e t suffer as a .
ItWs. not a bad i ea to wash, meant 0o eges. Ft pIn a c l together -a
pns E'cdry an put away the es- ln.-preh -tgtyhOistedthm in e'd ; '" .o-r
water acughtty,-e srfae cack in r idly. "
I fechly sluabie pieces before you place for minute. Don't slide or The most neglected items Inr
tserakle he est 3f the dishes. rub broken edges together. many wome.o's wardrobes a r e
'n gFs washing bulky or odd- Gently remove excess cement their foundation garments. .
sized'piefees, cushion. the drain- with razor blade. P I a t e r the Yet, when chosen with care and _=
board with folded towels. Avoid mended lUie with .ec using cared br; they;. 4L eel# '
sudden changes of water tempera- it geteiusir 90. pg lent tervift.' n- rp~ %l -.
ture. Pulling a dish from tepid wa- r Cend. Cement' Iand ldpV i all fortable as they' a. wonders
ter and scalding it with boiling the nieces Are joined and held with your figure.
water can cause surface cracks. rigidly. -
s -paraton c .atekced plates with pa- unr.til the qemen: compmletely rent do not wen rd feel ..ublltl'bWohlylr
per napki.s, flannel or blotting pa- haed.T.n sar trtM oflpeh YOU y. P.t. -
per 90rIs gain~t scratches on wih ra be-11, t" bl tws ted, BYiP TM$..
delicate painted decorations. sMaded e e- t s tt Cron.i
I ne-er had any luck mending s e.] f' y' -9't ftItt TIM ?i t2t1.d- a arhmiz
broken china until I tried one spe- .oak or remain. damp for any their ly?
cisl procedure. It's still a tedious lengthlof t me. Ad have yO 4;oq. -:-.- -,
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i* liX11 Uoqs to the mohltry, ranging n ot Mr, F M%. ,G Thoma. of .tn, m- eed t ._- ,
S1 CRAMEN, P) The fot-ow rkid oan th d Thf T to sanunce the sn Mis- Thel a Godwiane i L
Yf s-i N prmua ibyn prasdmtrooe ra b uinolt a0 t Iit rilu pp e t h.tea yeltbe alw
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AI D I glyou'd ever want tmet. An organ tailored for the mod- the Isthmus. E. e rust Mdns. Vesr, s.
n Alu ~t o (count 'e love~l youn1l err haoe or apartment is com- The tea table was covered with Dorpth ern, Miss aTnce am
*;o- s (VOA) have graced the c.tol in late r inball lr- an elaborate Whi*t(e Army and Na- lsvn, Iss ets ter; Mrs, Vestal IiO
S- 10:-Tie A e of PC 4 et mnths Ic.). Alltons as effects vy cloth and centered with an ar. Morris. Mas .Fr Moomaw,
Clubi-T T a Adventures of P- t ) Pn. Inc.). Al tones and effects rnemnt of regarlilies and eel. Mrs. ilbet More Yr, Carl56
S. AS.A C Club :( First there were the three well-re reduced by vacuum tubes regales and el G
o.1c Cl b. a .9..39-4 0 Hour *
. .( .) *8.#r o-A u.r 11:00- uOwl's Net oW1T. daughters of former Gov. imr the mes in radios. lopane wedding bolls in a white oedl MKvm. Sawls MeL i m C i o
l- ot s n Houle 1:00 dTlt.-eDwal-gn Off. Earl Warren, now Chi Jstte ,ere's also a knob for volume bowl. Presiding at the Cofee serv- rs. Luke Pah~nbo, Mia s Lenor
ritt s l*ll- od T Hoe Ballom of the United States, ad rIot ol toketnebors a e and punch owl were Mrs. Wil- Smith, Mrs. Dorothy Smith. Mrs.
Sito ay i*. so well-known, but equally con to keep the neibors hap- iam A. Van Siclen, Mrs. Stanley Harriett Serer, Mrs. Emily Som- i
1:0- tiet AuM. dau ghter-in-law. Vn Dor y P pinetwstyle oran is smalt- Guest, Mrs. Arthur Albright, and mer,S Mrs. tell Reifkohl, ,Miss M r-
ett :W l ga Off A.:0 On The Alar a'Nina (Honeyear) Warren or than the average upright piano Mrs. Gabriel Bonzume. Vilma Rosnlia Mrs. Ellee O' I'lto rist
Cl b e been photographed by vru- d comes with either two Overds called. Mrs. Wllm A. Van Sclen, yi vethe
Sc. h Alar 7:05- Ara Clock Clb 'for a big sift nd a ittle poste end of te g make post the Isthmus last eek, frm ender, Mrs. Robe'rt. Leig _"-
C_. t; wo o ,arm Oloe, me ke. And a nla ,atlon sible a "high fidelity" effect. Calfonia where she has been re- J. es, Elizbh Rw
1 .po d (contd.) l 7:30.- jS a a8lon 1thb Warren familyis Patty Kent The loans are desigSedto fit T s' where she has been re- C J- Ges, rs. Elrizbett-d
S. l00- Clr Club : t truen Warrn, keyed bride Earl into the d :cr of any home. They Mr. Thmeas arrived at the same L n. '~ MKe n nzieM
-.r " ""Now the new hierarchy. Gov. anidn ,e n.,.. .... ..
_S: after U-flQ1n tef ea :.ture.o w the new hierarchy. Gov. HA a i efWin- time alter e1tlng t" ,emn
Sd .' ;0-- Meet You (, Noh t w Ie oo ishes -- adiong m l hokany, eb- actve duty mKorea with thev l... ...
*;ULV tW.. I ls--Oid -- ,1aet wYoeu r(Bd ) it ib J, ntt, hi -to;I ny, blond and limed ok. United States Army. MissAra. Guarda Honored ....... te. No H ",L-jl
iS3 e s th .to RMo aaloen though the standard church The wedding Is planned for Fri- With Birthday Dimer
.9-.- l10:00--N ws e bnn t ebnni wh aestrum the is a pipe organ, the leo- day, February 5, at eight o'clock Miss Yayita Guardia w the
I,1 s1t d, ,,'" .r...P. i' r, I.rPr r :0-OM, ,~ R 'orbr'd "' ra'-sMrl yn Knight,. who,ae- trie .models may be used in at the Gatun Union Church. and guest of honor at a din- at da
A~e Irt Prgrord tualy is -nl. RObets A. Etoa, buildings where space is Prob- the young couple, are cordially in- ner given by Miss Jilma Lara at
i ...0 1A It1 : Of- the seebrd (contd.) wife f 'r L Anr es attorney, le. e n' w organ stads lust vitd to attend t. ceremony, and the Hotel Washington.
S,* " the F or ee feet hi Mli the recepUon which ill follow, in The other guoesLs werts Milsp Hui. .S
1b h .3the i 4 Mrs. ntT n is official hostess for Itts also sapete to prc u: the chu rchull W.lo, rich arle T p
s 1 2:M 1 1T inochools a ikd pla e a feon-
L-s 'B.n-i s-i trit :1 a N ., ManuelNinot, :l
1~:~-at i it she .at Miss W orr CPm lmb~d rr, Guillermo Company and Ll 'oM.
4 .3 1: co e b WIth Shower An Cock art tenant Jan Lopez.
.%." l. g^cobIn Mis s Mary Worrell,. whoIis re-
"Review.- eon Mudi.c eSula l" tiring from employment with the Atlantl Side Friends C' A
2: ot5 Schools Divisien of the Panama Attend Shaw easewarmiaug
-ror l&:,,r0 Mui f2: .or Da lbg iit Canal, was the honored guest a The Atapic Side friends-of Mr.
Tot rve r t t 4-:1 aradem eiur m a voye shower and cocktail and Mrs. John Shaw. who attend

S.,t W a Apaati- p.77 The other guests were: Miss n aio, Mra 'ani Hrs. Sspml- Pa .l -i
:5.'M. i hfo en a rs ul aoe, paryo heatbr, andn.oisV-seBaubtsKat t
4owa.n.4t e ai lm Tour ralti.r. Iaefrm-Adamary .Anderso, Miss Tloru |Isr, ir i.M.?aa ,+nnh l.qn

7 5-"e itstl Sowuo e- gmlctT Wbo., hsacetre st, Mi. SPusan own, r..a.n. Pry Frm andMrs.A ..
:LitlehaSo nh ar be applied to th.a e outeD nts r ts. eaybnr t".Brian:, Miss u ckt'dtMti. nyF
piU~ U.s.a. 4-Review N i va sdou neds ld CO er, M iss Clemmie Graham, and Mrs. m Ki|dd| M. end
,. e ... y de N 1 ,it blu- e-eyed be use.-, ,k h- i
Ii$ .:S1. 4 3 W ou r 6:33. reaieties Harold J. LpmeW mayb usedk 4 pach
St(ar) 6.nWltrt "atFavhorItt 7: ,St atime (eP)a Pwdn. r 4i acrebas, h .se tral a nd
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*to O -aTeet' f e en R66w 9:30--The Saturday Night Juk ge e r, o errat u steel, galvanize
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i :..n 1 N g Off Jsa'tt..Oany oth doors, windows and i.
10:180- Latln Arftms ers- Ths Calp.orna fem white cement. NEW RFDUSED SC
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dnna 6GenOral A:sembly of Sto flylders will be
"Eo AarNo. 77, P8:-' Cit', o.n smonZ

6 .day, Jaury 25th, 19k it 7 p.m. I7d Trip

Ceapa- tore mietd yomtt t he egunl $80n0:
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S' household AutomobeR SKR.-dWENDEHAKE. Medical iTo MIAMI &T NE YORK via ARLA
ICentral Avenue .K Street criesr. Boems 4-enginre planltes On way to
E:-Upright piano. Simmons1FOR SALE:-Studebaokr De Luxe 5~ Telephone 2-3479 Pa~r e.n Miorm: $70.00. Round-tip $126.-
ort like new, end table. don 1950. perfect, radio, o ver- 00. One-wy to NewYork:
sie China closet, bamboo cof- drive, hill holder, seat covers, FOR SALE Round trip: $2-14,00. See P iMA. "
| fgble, 4 choirs, and what not $800.00. Phone -4g73 or 5125- ". MA DISPATCH SRVICI, telephone
.Pedro Miguel 113-B. Sun A Margarita, 4th ~ after 4 p. m.m -FIu u u 2-1655., . .r ;
Ln#on 2 to -1 or Monday I weekdays, all dPy Sunday. T "' nt' .'ro ..nbt.F -J
to 4. FOR SALE:-- 942 Cadillac, 4-door, -OR SALE:-Week endnspec)l o' 00
E:-Two metal dinngrom $35000. Phone 2-4424, 6412, man Shepherd Pups. 824*D, Dia- tnear .nIbo!e. mo0 ern. o Too0s4-
noor bCrLz Bo.bt.50. s ept
metal buf fe m hogan Corozal. b. wee ken . 0 e
-.a binet, .151-A. Akee. FORTRADE:-Two quarter -horse
S cabinet 1511-A. Akc. FOR SALE: Buick Super 4 Door FOR TRADE:Two quarter horse Phips. Oceans ttages t .Santa a aSCiC
R1948.A radio. white sidewall ties.D efrigerator 25 cyclis motor fr -Cl ra. O r 435mt lboo. Phone
,Ver, cheap Dni.ngroor- 36,000 mrles. original owner leac- tO Sixty Ecycl motors. CsoIIWoy,' m l-l. 'Crlbfl P -16Spr7ye
With extes or cai ,rs and i~g must sell. 57,29-B, Dablo'2- r. 245. Hotel oivola. I*'YlW el
ne refHruihng mae 6 ..OS E"..A-o"
need refp,,shlng maple 1606.. FOR SALE: r., Engr, drafting .tOle, in COOL 'amponL mountarid. i Ecoo r i a
-'dresser and bench. 0906 FOR SALE.-I946 De oto Custom two choirs; high chair: potty, ait; Phone SHRA4PNL, oA 131""'
dr Road. Balbo Club Coupe, fluid drive, good co- ploapen pad; complete ifrmula or see cortake flre. F
fLE:- Two --,vngroo m chairs. Ut-on, $450.00. Phone30- L2597 D m boo h fo r ca dp h .nif i d e L5 S fAr e t US ao arhn tor a e'ap,
; ons mahogany s ng e ocrib netting; material electric seg frigeration. Uis stoves, r i, ia .- ,
S; very reasonable, Drced: 50th FOR SALE.-1947 Dodge 4 door.i e- uwmper, pocket. size 16; Mis,. glass moderate rate. Phone 6-441 of had e xa f public
pet Nu eleph ne or^2 f c tAf cas d "ore d INne r .ldlw "'* e p a l G r ^* vfrly OfHo eh -l om Ad b* G .n a MT th
pet No. 30 uSt',. telephone dan, $600. Very good condition. coffee maker pots. Howe .604-A 4-567. EO.F. O VY 1 T e. Nedt eb mi yhere Wl.'on m
LE: -Suicoc Telephone 83-6Z32. 4th Street. Cascade Road ner odm. Bldg.r.'o "os mer..lp 273n ooen tralF-T".C. 1 o hi thi ^e;tbedwth his 1.il ,I 1 .l6/-

l erator, Frigidaire. H2-ouse- MUST SELL--'52 Plymouth 4 Door FOR SALE:-G alvanized, cerugaretd lnens. Pto Balbod 2-186~. on theli fN.a cor and bean eor thege a,
a. House 765. Apt. 15. opprecate. Call Albrook 6173 8', 26 gauge. best prices. Phone r FOR RENT bn. de the norser t ee.l .
":SALE;.-.Bedroom furniture; 8a Qrrs. 3071, after 4 p. m. 626. Colon. Ia 0anf-ioloI ur .J '.t R
".1at- o mattresses. Tel. 3 3338. 47th A E 1 4 1 s ore, FORI S L oM u
wkM.pAKC. reglst.Are4t aTine sg !tu45ya.Iboa ovel -of -th sang. "san
-No W. 10. Penat ~ aKG reg slred, fTo he FOR RENT:--Fimished House. Three lhtu f g. BSds ,l :- th-e -t-sme a, ,.
Klbq1No. 10. Pa1nama 7 ad Pi a I' bedrooms, porlor-dlningrdom, two 4" -t .In T hie iSn" sieen -tom' y ear autn e ro
LE-Chaors, tble, cupboard PANAMA iCA i CIOMPANY baths, kitchen, patio with bar. 2 o, r mJAIany year Gan pl
nit5 le clock and elc- Dple ws teec bdrop f tha- OFFERS MISCELlAIOU S car grg and, one maid's room. haveeveoed a na for authenticity: he
Stools, mirror, lamps, Muse. lnw bne iS S C n, t-. 38 f . .F S 6th Street, Golf Heights. Telephone HARNEIT T NU f aboutte Sath tt ve yin l
uH items. House I2-D WA eo e h sealed bds. or open ng in I3-1245, Ponormn. a was chosen the O koOf-e. Monta adection f~r May,
fBilboo w ^ / anch is s ald `o di.. 1 6beW .e _C. ,n I. : ,, .
; ioBilb o Aaos.t %*iGetd inth i ll be recea\ed until 10:30 A .f and tF 1t. will be filmFORed b) War*r-'u h. 1 P
nd ...... ?I,. !-. trv edbJanur', 28: 1954, 4n the ofie fRtbl T reohot r, c Cice Reffgru dtr 49EOUL. Jan 23 (UPi- Gen... ,ntot. w to Isrme W ymi t aterled otbains
anted Position wrhIi8.Jtef l' E Sphort .s Balboa Superintendent oStorehousNo8 East, 48th Street. TelephoneWes Maxwell Taylor, U 8 Eight Ar- Lloyd , W lter. 4d AYnJ l( tra.
S2871C .."p '. boa r cotton felt located ot ur 2-14 6r. Et, 4rse, e-o p teait.In & my commander, announced of- ness fnry .Cey d o rs. The. dtaf ide etth lm-
boa.; ior cotton felt located at Ske' 2-1456. itlighouie, fl til
rk desired as mad laun- on "E.' Balboa Storehouse, tel- o 5 7 9 r ficy tiaht that the 40th fall to A. Dr and Phylli W r.
Siveout. Employee re afer-I e on e 2-27, clamshell and drag- FOR ENT:-n EL V See ii 45th Ifantry Divisions will waynd4 tWft y te" rtle'.isoo tthis orceelow PpUSi~& Ufa
guarantee Wflle r f oa o f- W orea and re- in tboys boths g "M I. Box hIoe te and fO mer^.
Ilboo 3041. line buckets, concrete rmxer, trailer sdoson months large, comfortable MOUYNES g lara Uase CStaAteso. oa ot of aKorea and e t t itt a. rerias th wolds smo-pop
pump, boom for excavator, dipper house, completely furnished. Sleeps LTDA. 5th St. Co16 Ave. d o the Uited States. of lm years enta t te:
stick i, rock crasher, hand drills, gaso- thirteen. Hot watr. Maid's quor- e Theatr W Taylor said the 45th Dtvilson, actor.
lin engine, generator, piledriver ters. Telephone Lialboa 3060 after formerly o the Okla homNa- r
Shammer, grouring and threading ma- e o'-clck. M **- tional Guard, will leave sne- "
...I o. itia.me between Feb. 15 and March
'chinel proye, pu n and sh al -IFOR RENT:-A residential house 4- wk time between 15 and March Japanrs pItoy ifc
corMpre66jq ord welding machines lo- Pa-tillo, Tel. 3-1537, CHIRO-a The .40th Diviadn, called to
S. By OSWALD JACOBY and cated at the Cristobal Storehouse, a ptcUve duty fron the California
ALFREI StEI NWOLD telephone 3-1265: computingg ma- FOR RENT ra i National Guard, will follow but
Written for NEA Service .hnes'located in Building No. 5118. no departure dat h as been set,
1 i Cristobal Shops Area. Industrial Di- A a Saturdly: U n. Th aylor said. ... ...r' t q
Most experienced pinochle play- vision. telephone' 3-1810. Invtation p- nApamlmentsla se .. l.l TI I ry (daiia'.a t
*ers know that there is little chance No. 52' may be secured from the TTENtON G. 1. Just built modern lk rm i Ttr 40,i tiaton oud leave rd6ea (U. P4-The
strength in the widow when they perintendent of Storehouses, ltorboa, bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel qmi Division sals for hot. e t
S play the game-of three-handed pi-. elephoneb. 28 15 ephone Panama 3-4941. h otayo"d waterh l hqra. m. fxo -.a at of
ohe h threecard widow. -- Westnghe FORRENT:, TRANSPOIRTES first official con imof r bal ce.
The sort of player who bakes hi FOR SALE:-9 u. Westinghoe FOR RENT:Modern apartment, 2 r of t
Sbidding on the chance of finding Refrigerator, 25 cycle, excellent bedrooms, I ing diningroom, hot B lrRR Sa. rwmatshb t!on ] om, S the e
such atdltimar ~rength ssuall condition 125; ingroom water, 5 closets, roh h
..sa successful busnesismar.' g has set $30: 2 rocking ir,$4 eh; i ng tire wo$4ea ALr 5sh41Orent ta i
""' to be successful in business in r- day bed with' back arnd new cov- FR REN ..co F.B. I DKS E under. .Pre ~.oiwnl.s
er to keep paying for his losses oer ng $20; errb and mattress $20 furnished or r ths. Tel- lle an 'ter Ipat e Mber
Sin pinochle.. phone SV Nsty S VALEi E CTRON I AS 1n d1 ,. 5, .tiea
attachments $50; 4 venetian blinds 31,R -M -*rfroM eight to a. B fZtse f r

lThetwar de .cTnSid ex o e ec tai s E5 6 O bath=goun eef- eN B MORecLLn (Th rnventl-oT ard re4 onl efo i tolchila e tall l,
try tl,' $15; 25 cycle transformer forFOR RENT:-New 2 bedroornm a' z M tr Ib" "n
e 0I- t 0o electric trans $5; 1-26--" boys th. ground ', n Gper ue.lt. i r. "oe y th a at ly ra asiou ,
~FORtENT -- bties. e p l
md .YeQlubseamati0 andC r .He.4ra t deraN4 thowe me'-w to 3he eUglbk un- m ;at
S.strngth. le odds favor, bike $10.00; stall girl's bike $10. meant. Imme ccc .. L mssir offers his procession dr the Army' rotation system t u f .
this b: a ver high margin. The 0. plus moy otheritems. SALIS-n 3-5227 C ampo Alegre. rvce wll retur wt thep vton.
SPeasonu is that a nmot ay Duyw URY 651 Ancon Bl~on. Tel. 2 - ALHAMe sRAE APARTMENTS E'-an 's "p. %e. w1 m' t; o

10 ueou:i can .*rdsee the hno bOR sPt n tt g rejSo, nelw bnd ontale btolo of g"*1l" .Vunits. ely Narmament at tlned' pace" ds ed d
unse yucn sldebreap h o t . / Modern 2, 4 and 5 raoms, fUrnished IKorea will be shifted to othere4,y iI tpao'srmR'P.iet d be
4u youlgcan ta FAec SAtheLE. 80eC6ersbug l odh A Stree Colon Poeeh datnglln omtt w tr heeaters e
by po ..isordlg.1 : r sunfurihed. Alhambra's office es. tat units.rrrnment at e' pace esir
or xtpir. ons61, rth Sthereot Coon. Phonse r tr bye e United Stateis. Es
'or.win t ...og handed: 386. S cDNEt MhRRELL. Te regimental colors and rec- The econ69iicrlad ge sals
on he 109 t-arts 10 9 Di a" Real Estr ate FOR RENTi--CFoi, clan apartment General Supervisor. words of the 40th and.-4th will ready are obvious to a ll,
p@ e( : t R I N T m 10 9 chcrts 10 9 Di- f ---------- d alOR RENT --.oocletnGapart
.mondL A.. K. Q Clubs A i0 o 50 CANAL ZONE FA'ILIES now with garage. Via EspoUa No. s. i Ts. -2 2-2451 be retuitrl to the Nltional 'Inflation has eaten' away 10 'per
CJ9 i'n live in Sr. Petersburg, Florida. and TelephoneH2t- 456.. ALL WORK' hURANTED e guard dsarttme ul aei cent of the value ot the yen in the
"i. ave a M61 o D N many d o vnd. -de neorb\ __ _ home sates. pt st ei 'ht ironthAs,.and thea ifla
Yuu bai a ml of points mn r lio e nerl For infor- FOR RENT.-Aportent in El Car- -. iThe Oulahuma and Calfornia Linary spira',Is, pu'kt'n.:abs eed.
bt you--wtill rave a -,r,. i' mation on Flordal homes. aport- gredo. new building one block uF nits are the only Natnonal espite'the need for; checking
100 :ut-iln ards as the hakntfA .td and Real Estrte ;neten building ebHI-IDELITY GurddV no serve In O t
tnds. In spades anl I ..' n write Jmes F. Oliver. c/o Robert Va Es able F Guard d n to sere n s trend, the governmt boweds s
ou s abou 90 po E. Le. Raor, 6 Aenuery 15th. T Bedroom' with pro- rea. t" esse' nmdi. . isl
yousto;t~oabu 90 po North: St. P.easbto r6 Fllr'.iAnu vote porch each, dinng-livingroom featuring inageV!reasea144
t.tbi'-butcueuvrgan take their'. srgFlo.-do with connecting porch, large mod- Slctited Irieeh n American unitl
',Iaa iw -osnussil Vt December, sV ttW 11
maximtr .e ASALE:--Gotuncllo dront lots on em bathroom. Speal spe inas i cAle l d Lrtien facilities 'aI i exmrp s e
Sb n th e t e answsthmln ighwav. 17 Cts. & each apartment for Launderng,.E r 3 4e feltP.'" i Me t
yougareal]l 20 Cts. Ma .,.Phor e 2-1733. Pon- Hanging and Ironing Maid's room1 (Pnama.'sledHf-FtCeter
tadbuy Wthe idow--three

iCN aof the r extent of the cropoja
S 01 O the other. You will probably -FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment. e.45.No. -Tel. 3-2 busted the price of tll 6t tIsNDO.U.)..
ns a.t "'EmIAL all cnvenincesnVa Belsaofal and carrjd a'lt pri't-W test Nut Gr"er. prees-d
-- l 11 e11R 5 ,ES 5 I "in Tomborec-Cumbi" a'PorrdsnNo. 124. UrITEDlNATIONS.
4nd PO y Tuesday from 7. U7 NATIONS. N, ..U To meet the intionary e pln i s wetting sew
to P. FOR REIT:- -Comp letelV furrshed GLAMOROUS.. 23'.(UP)-.-Rusia'8 veto. ed fi"r Ith ,vernemnt promises a ha! 4ord wit a*lec nut-
8- PsMi 4 1ver TPansa om 1a ..E.a
Ponomi Hoel.Wthew furniture and deallya-the, first time In a PaRlstin is,; aces budged for the fseI wh terl explode
ue&tng o contrnolhts =rce three su .
"''- bedrooms. Esquire at Household -months f western dooeuliation ng of eontreis ek A Tr
Exchange, 1r Automobile .RowNAIL ENAMEL efforts aid left the.Unted NIt te sime time, ho Kf. I t x E'rn, g
tons stIa seekihg to solve the official talk of tax teduetons. ger, said th- :'itct "shels
FObylsrlI-Syrian River Jordan ft- Inftiis eating swa-a" 10 of walnuts a hour
FOR RENT LaCross Pute today. pa~n~vft tO*t. t
.... Insky cast' Russia- s BathvetoIof comttion
can't tuck a z s becz reud Wb' FOIR RENT:-For-- "the Security Council Ist nigit partly because p .tbeaer$ do. ..
-. lVO. a termdo sltlored 8. mV.estic price ide,'rl beeau he
;0norovema*a a 4777. ed room, priate both and garagef Tt T .s p
garWgI&r1-a the Unitud6$ta es and the ge. meat S!!Endr apnb
Fe-., irm 454heSit. t%.Britain.e fotr ettg te_--$We have not forced thi-flhow-f Capita .
SA program for the obserance ello Vital The faruent latheti ha v fi- into modertizing it Wd t cpitadule
anCl Zone Feb. 1r-22 AncAusvearserieat of dlputil. ttt. e.onts t

b icing the loss in the two suits to Association sory s Offce r ce nr nt Ia a IER. -t me crutttuf,---,,,--
M track. Aember of abeut s3 point maximum. What's 1 cording to Lcdr A. Jos ,4ince cay"" r t t i ewl mlt I .- a and .0.t eir,.sen-mxu.r jes. .
t a re, yourpossbrr ]oss in tt e dia- *Cen Presfdent, Canal Zen ~ Zoodingl raname war t-do 16, De-
ed to where he mids an.t utrmp. combined has i ntIronent ROA. .l-ehse her .s tSeit a ptaiifto a
bbp redueed by the addition of a l -thtie Canal Zone the ter -Inh second owng of votes I te tln .werl do kswyyke armistice, t ae, til., shells *O te-dart- s a
w*'R. was 4nond. "li= will be jointly sponsoL-edifor the queei te~" ,.El Pan-i. ,-- .- ,M wh/ge balancetnhe t
lsar amatic improvementt in .rBtit a aop.e.4 d.tb..U .,".." on
4-s... .. pupor's, Bi b or tiaue18tunday ni4Uy the na of ,.t.-uw.th be... .
idaanti nle-
.. ksiTe rt show at Albrook Airipetittion nor a "-.lg"'
a Ii"t eery Ame rican th ado- Two.

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top -ir mmbssb It.'Aar for -a
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*wer wonBlt hq any great re-
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costs les, for. a manufatirer to
r.ake ,* record now-it's down to
about -six. cents-but the other
coats keep -ping up. Artists' fees,
aueion: fees the actual cost of '
reeording- .session-they keep go-
U ,' t a ,--o briefly. A s for
Carite thiseif, he's a, big, vi.
brant, fast-talking man, who loves
and lves bit job. His own deserip-
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Capital "Bhake Heights Stomp"
(Ralph Flaf ; RCA: "The
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MeTruy)L"Je! On My ead"
(Jimy Boyd, Cemblha).
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Kit'sI delighfsl nughue .on
"That Bad- lrtk", and more bt
Eddie Flshebs great tew o
"May I Slag to YoU" ando the
Sfst albumfl ai Ame
Brthe. astews the,
as a Mit a sing l tobe te
finest tua ntiC today.
CLASSICAL: Caiwn's Pre-."
cads. p2' (with hickh Chp-
hid fleacs, uis h'rendevo with
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chous- tenos, has record .eight y a Frenca Mount
ef his' own compositions on dn al. A and Sai 'sgin's Piano Con-
bum'emeds t ,him"et.- t's .a.F ("EelRAi n"
"Sv eat Lav Songs," and the p" lI10- w1 l e-"
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Jlba Johbn

Bpanish DQubl Program!
Lola lor0es, in
Jorte 0 strtal, in

Jean Simmons, in
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piers Rdrd Redu& .(left) a f4 ulOt Hmmer "y
the water. Mis Wright followedMar Martin n
SBlair Ieade road company. "

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It's not the usual success form,-
41a, bust Ae v bMa ee.
lve for Pedo Gosles Gomalfet
$nti; c auracte nad ipn [ise at
,0.o as a tepatmon ,ot%
Groucho Marx TV'ahoy a year ag
he was Jout another Gqpalp. Now
he ls a su"vie 1r, as h i --
ontti et witf aWYaq- .lwsV o-
ductions and is currn y aklhng
#Lin, of Fear" for Wrnde 4-
SAltagugh- bon in' Texas and
broug.t up lot he United states,
onizales somehow managed to 1at
tape Aill formal edutatio. .
"I never went to school," he skid
In his thick Mexican accent.
His training in the entertain.
meat world has been much mere
thorough. At the age of eight he
already was a troupertupr, touring
with his father' little tent show in
Texas, Arizona afld New Mexico.
Pedro Played the drptffs and tl 'a
little dance taught him by his
mother. She-alaso tugt hims;pan-
ish, but his encounter wIh .the
English language were fleeting.
When his father tave up his
show, Pedro took engagements in
0ight clubs and pmilnl theaters. He
featured an act in which he played
music on frying pans and bottles.
After years of eking put an ex-
Lstence as an entertainer. Genzales
Gonzales became famous over-
night as a result of'the Groucho
Uarx show. He added She Pedro

r clteny when he learned there
The Caribbean Players the cops. Jpffers plays Officer O'Har;, was another Gonstles Gonzales
Armed Forces,Pacific--side theater who is a litUe "off the beat" in acting in pictures. He's most tol-
group this wee!- announced the h1p attempts to get Mortimer to erant about the spelling of his
cast for .their new stage produc- read a play he has written. Jef, ane.
tion "Arsenic Apd Old Lace," fes joined the cast of "Arsentc
which is tentatively scheduled to be -Abd Old Lace" after recently tour- "Sometimes I spell it with an S,
presented at various. Army,-Navy ing the Isthmus with the Army sometimes with a Z," he said. "It
and Air Force theaters in the Pa- Speelel Services sponsored "Cross- doesn't matter."
nama Area late in February. roads Caravan" variety show. Pedro is happy that he is now
Esther McKinnev, wife of M- 1 w!'.'. making lots of pesos to bu food
Sgt. Robert McKinney, manage- Sfc.-Jack MeasIle, 0 91 lO.W Ft. and clothes for his wife and their
meant office, U. S. Army Hospital, Clayton, who madb such 'a hit as three children. He's taking care,
Ft. Clayton and Claude Aycock, the m- a who "just wanted a place however, that his limited English
a teacher am the Canal Zone tosleep" In .the. group's produc- doesn't get too good.
schbol s;-stem, will step into the tion of "Doughgirs" last year, will
roles of Martha nd Abby Brewster ar in a similar role ia "Ar- "What would happen tf I learned
two eld.dly aad refined la'dW e who l." St. Art Myers of the Buc- to speak English right," he asked.
carry th. "love thy neighbor" pol- c q~e mll. take the role of Teddy "i won't be funny and I won't
'icy a bt 'to. nar:. Br w51ai gent. who thinks.he is make no money. Nobody pay to
T ~ f A io sevelt and digs the Pa- see a serious. Pedro. When I make
The chom fd' role of Abby- Is a ndma CanaL in the basement. a lot of money, then maybe I can
qaick change of pace for Miss A- I ; *r^- lo if m .y th n ma e ll r an

coak, 'ho la it November appear-
c., Vath ruthlessss Mrs. Dancers
mna-he-C' WZoe Theater Gild's
prodtd of "Rebecca."
Addther' Canal Zone t e a e h e r,
It'iss B1ilbara Schnake, in the role
f Elaihe Harper. and Capt. Paul
Dudyk, commanding officer of the
medical (;etcehinbm at the: U. S.
A..my Hopital, Ft. Cliytont, In the
role 'of Mortimer Brewster, sup-
ply- the leve' -Interest. Elulne, 'a
minister' da.sulhter. lias i a mind
to 'take-. unto herself a husband!
-dramati. critic Mortimer in par,
ticular Mort however, feels this
is impossible when he learns that
Abby and Martha, his aunts, have
polt.oned dozen gentlemen.
If- this situatloi could be com-
pared to oullInng teeth. then instead
of corned to comedy, two other
members of the cast add pulling
teeth- tc pullingh teeth: They are
Lt. Rotert Tartell. dental officer
at Ft. Kobbe, and Capt. Sherwjn
Morris, dentist at the U. S. Armo
Hospital Ft. -C1axt 7ar
the rol.b Jbt a lfVewlirt i
on-the-run criminal brother and
man of "p-. 'Zorotia isJ r,
Einstein' adic surgeon
responsible for Jpnathan's many,
facial change .
Both Mort' Jut rel' 'were ini
th- cas' o- the group's Christmas
r dio show "We Want Sonta."
C pf. 'orniS rlid scored as Uncle
Wilie in the group's version of
"Philadelphia Story."
Pvt. Dirk offerss, Hq. Hq. Co.,
45th Recor.. Rn. Ft,' Clayton. and
Cpl. Ronald Polk, 7433k AU, Ft.
Kobbe, will appear as Brooklyn

Art Payne director otbte three-
a4t comedy, said' thib whek that
th'ee- mau. partl qo still-op.
A eml m amt.te Arned Forces.
ad empn s ,. of the government
.e played n (he Cana' Zone in-.
terested in readingg -or' the parts
aly make arrangements by call-:
ing Pyne at BIlbi 1808 during
work hours or at '- a 3578 dar'
n the- evehi t.-

Seacher 60 Years
Once Problem Coed
BELTON, Tex. (U P)-A former
coed who once locked herself in
the basement of a building and re-
fused to Cone o0ut all d'ay because
a holidarvwag -reusedjlhts retiredd
after 6GYetMs ib Mary Hardin-
Baylor College.
Birdie McCrary entered Marv
Jardin-Baylor, oldest women's col-
lege West Qf te- Miasissiopi, dur-
ug the era:o school chaperons
and itlor hats.
Her wardrobe consisted of the
college's prescribed uniform-dark
b]ue coitsults with matching caps
for winter, shirtwaists, skirts and
:arge sailor 'hatr"fb- sirihg.
TSM -gSikbl wCp* night
and day then,"' she said. "We
weren't allowed off campus with-I
out a chaperoq and 1 ever went to
town with ut one until the last six
months of my senior year. Then I
wpnt as a chaperon for other

Pan ama Canal c/healres

Diable Hts. 2:80, 6:15, 8M0
Gary 0coPBK
Color by TBCemcoLoi I
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arior o jearn to speu rea anm
write English. Not before."

MarUyn "Monroe

Voted World's

Favorite Star

HOLLYWOOD -Calif.? Joe.-AS-
(UP- Members of the interna-
tional press coveringg Hollywood
picked Marilyn Monroe as the
world's favorite feminine movie
star during 1953.
Alan Ladd ad d Robert Taylor
were tied in the male division as
announcement of the a n n u al
awards was made last night at
the group's annual banquet. The
exact poll of the 120 members was
no disclosed.
The Cecil B. Demille award for
outstanding contributions to the
film industry went to studio exe-
cutive Darryl F. Zanuck.
Chosen the, "stars of tomorrow"
were Barbara Rush, Steve Forest.
Bella Darvi, Hugh O'Brian, Pat
Crowley and 'Richard Egan.
Awards for the best perfor-
-wance in musicals or comedy went
'to David Niven for "The Moon Is
Blue" and Ethel Merman for "Call
Me Madam." The film, "A Queen
Li Crowned," won the b"st docu-
mentary award and Walt Disney
received a special award for "The
1Living Desert."

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' "Sbr of the Kig," a vvit a: of the e6t "-Wlut IEtitl
venture story of naval warfare in go., wages a fudqus o.en.abi
49 "* kri

_A 'e- t.

Michael aIgnnlouan W dy MHiller, during the first Woi Wrd
the move Mtade W th the con are parted' ht call to ct ve
against 'athekgound factual ter is their n utthe father 0es
S hitnfast-a

battle exercises to scre a tnle not knMiaeow of his exitWene. By
screeoxn hit ar C. Freyster, the trick of fte. Rei is the con
Mihatest story teller of the sat o- r, ndr ofg the rttdaer frce 'in
day. "Sailor of the King," based World War II in which Hunter
on his novel "Brown on Resolu. serves.
tion," outshines in stature his two Mist HliHep. too seM30m. see on
previous successes, "Captain Tin- the screen since her memorable
ratio Hornblower" and The Afri. "Pygmalion," brings warmth and
can Queen." by dint of the fact, at the perfloal to a story of heroic
the least, that the officers and men dimensions.
of the Brtiih fleet particlpat to In this screen play by Valentine
set a new standard for reasatie Davies. the stars are expertvly as-
sea action. listed by. a cast which includes
The story focuses on Jeffrey Bernard Lee, Peter Van Eyck,
Hunter, who as Leading Signal- Victor Ma4dem, John Horsey,
man Andrew Brown, is taken Pris- Patrick Barr, aid- Robin Dailev in
orer aboard a German raided& In addition to the men of H.M.S.
the South Pacific after the British Manxman, Cleopatra and Glasgow.
ship on which he serves hag been Produced by Fraek McCarthy
sunk. When the German ship puts under the direction of Rovy Boul
into a tiny lagdon for reparis. ting, "Sailor of the MuIg" is a
Brown escapes with a rift ad tremendous story of human an-
ammunition and from the shelter durance and spirited acton.


by Erkine JohnM J
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- id It m malse"cumpie
elusively Yours: Roy Rogers and bhe omt, er w ,
Dale Evans are passing up close to -' -- .
$100,000 by electing to join -.Evan-. .... d...- .-A '
ge'ist B Ny Graham for his two bl' *.s* ftb. dr 1
r-eek revival meeting in London blaze, 'he's wealthy brother,
it April Instead of plying the Pal- bigger an Cinerama and Wan
ladium and other European thea- .das s "This is t" for the
ters. fAudie Mu nee her dlsorr om
-%e TV cowpoke and cowpokess irAud Murphy- 6idig bells wil
will put in brief appearances dur- probably ring.
ing the Graham religious meetings -
and speak theft minds on the Riddle: What do Joan Crawford
church. Their only singing will be and Barbara Stanwyck have in
confided to hymns. common? Answer: *Handsome me.o
vie newcomer George Nader, who
I'm in Samuel Goldwyn's corner, likes the older glamor girls.
with reservations, in his battle with -
Movie. Czar Eric Johnston over PqfY Lee has left the rest home
modenrzing the film eensorship 'whe r4 aheatthairM k l froM -er
code. It's fill of Little Lord Annt. best pas and is now oi her'way
leroy wordage in a Marilys Man b:.ck to etve singing.-
roe era. But,. as I've said before
there should be "For-Adults-Only"
labels on adult celluloid.
Tony Curtis. is exercising his vo- .-
c. I pipes for a debut as a record A MJ
warbler .... .Robert Maxwell, who
wrote "Ebb Tide." is talking to I N. P
bis attorneys about Jerry Collon-
na's satire of the hit. HIs ager is
at flood tile... ,Dean. It n and
Jerry Lewis have cleaned the C R
-boards so they agn yell "Fore"-in
Bing Crosby's annual golf tourna And H
meat. _1i


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igas. tthe at it

tors, exhito andi
on the oMntte
D, 3r ,
the fesUval a said
film indust Iis Coop
hartedly ad alond. 1'
send delaa Samlt'
personaUaeis and
40 are expeed to .
delegations, he said, w h
part from ioflywood early -
Other countries to be -
ed, he reported, are B ri
France, Denmext, Geralfh
tria Switzerlana, Italy
Japan, The NMerlas, 4
Czechoslovakia, Veeela.
Argentina, Uruguay and
Describing the. scope of t0-
val, Meneces said it would o_
"works of every kind and
whose technical id ar-ttic.
ity may contribute% to eineap

"The festival," "te, a A4
feature lng sad wha flham i
various countries as wel as
troapective film exhibition.
ternational exposition '4fi1
Austry books, revlewr, --
Iposters and photographs i
chehdteula ,., i-
Robert Corke assist
president and Ief of te h
American division of the U.
tion Picture Expomt
returned from
reported extenstw
bern Jraullant
,and a

nent a s
film try u
Hollywood, c0o ating
executives tn arranged
the U. S. i dustry's' pa
. e so"urface pf th._o
1, "feet below' sea h
deepest points -reaeS& 7
-othr 1300 feet -


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The Hollywood wails about Ter-
ry Moore using her Korean USO
tour as a "publicity stunt" after
George Murphiy advised her not
tt wear mink-trimmed briefies are
unfair to Terry, besides not making
much sense.
There was nothlsg vular or oh.
scene about Terry's outfit. Other
movie qmedWs serming fr q.I.'s
ia Korea t-i = tg suits snd w-
cut gown: have revealed just as
much. I'm surprised Muphy, as
talent smut for the USO, hasn't
ordered gngham for all those sade
calendars jf Marilyn M. In Korea.
NBC will bish Margaret Truman
to the west coast to team with
Spike Jones in dne of the half-
hour Saturdy-jsbt sessions ofthd
new "Spiklt Jbes NBC big names will join Spike's
gang. ;
A San Diegu .irlesque theater's
m arqu ee., .A. -
"Mk daI sra y ltsW Red I-.
ton's uxwfe, Roxae."
We -may take legal actles.
SPlar Palette's rise to No. 1 spot
i4 John Wayne's life is raising the
eyebrows of secretaries and exeeu-
.tives in the office of U. S. airline
tk Lima. Peru. Pilar was pounding
a typewriter there in 1940 nd was
h&pp marre with no ideas of
a caner.
S"ert she quit to work h a
*otve I brasl," me of her bsses
MI me, "and the next Slig we
heard se was rTireed d rum-
pig aread Mexiceo with Wayne."
the elen O'ConnelU-Andy Me-
Intyr. marriage blueprint is fading
The church dispensation that Helen
had hoped. for isn't forthcoming.
Movie producer Hunt Slumberg
will turn the TV ot on ju
'enilh delinquency in teleilm
series, "Pitfall." All stories will
be based on actual cases. ,
Sig.. oO a bebopper's tombstone:
Don't Dig Me. Now--I'm Real
Mimic. Arthur It ke Isn't talki g
aboor it, but hi satire -n
RJ Se was yaked from dusw
lsr -a ne call rmo moe;r
sages seeaentatlva.

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carter In $1,000 Race

Amorlo, the leading claimant to the Juan Franco
Championship, will attempt to add stronger orgu-
to the claim when he tackles three f9ugh oppo-
inj the featured $1,000 seven furlong dash for Closs
Pmported thoroughbreds this afternoon at the Saba-
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for American Legion and Mon.
frnc Tip tavan) for Balboa High Bcho,
Loaao !' fs_&q.or
'y CONRADO .. Thuda Night B ..
S!Bound lady 'Mol _w =A NIGHT
.edt crowd of uop1, BalC a Hg
(e) School nocked down the Amer-
M. w.ean LAgifn teafr 5 to 2 and al-
S In T ( o tied them for secon i ptlce,
Cars d ion nbut was replaced by Pretv
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Ist Race "" Native t"l
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e-o; Bound A. VU. 120

nd -Race "r" Native 4m% ifr4
Second Ree @f N .
1-Camaron V. Cast). 120 -.isa e "
2-Qmanutlco M. Ycas x-Noth to end 25-1
I-AvIvato J. Reyes A11 -Usually farao en 4-1
4-Domlin J. Cads. 106 -Moody orne too 5-1
5-Co]lrlo A.. V.110 --ard to beat here 2-1
SCaren A. YaW 109x-Beat early speed 3-2
7-Sand ra A. Mena 108 -Apparently outclassed 10-I

3rd Race "F" Native % E .Pune: $375.0 Pool elwses: 1:45
1-Daniel 0. bah. 107 -Ratos fair tlianc 45.1
2-Black Gold V. Ordo. 115 -Odd-0m, mt ti.s,6chie 1-2
3-Enriqueta 0. Prep. 120 -Dropp0d a Oela.,. 10-1L
4-Rlomnr t. Yea .102x-Neeos moral distace 10-1
6,-Pregonero 0. 0rMWi -Longshot with chance 10-1
6-Proton A. Ooit. I) flI-Nothin recUtly . 30-1
7-Miranda A. get 120 -Could. a I). 5-1

4th Rate '1" Imported 7 l [: h O.M. Peel lesteo ..:20
,'* "+" ." .'. t . a '
1r-More Fair M. Yea*. 9Ox-.-0Ood r ieed, 1
2-Legation 0. Mane. 108 -ERt layoff 84
3-Roscrea V. Casti. 118 4Crdltble'efoIt'lf t ,5-1
4-Curaca A, Mejt 115 -sve lii 2ateu br2
5-R. siknal 0 -Ba e -
6--(A.,deOro V. B W x- .
' 7-(Plncel B. _aL,.lOrg1W .'.'-

5th Race "A" Native fI..P.. Purs*~i .0 :Poot e.m: :55.
1-Dalida P V. Brown .14-Dependt.onstart -1
2-M. Matra B': More. 113 -qPert7' say ,"ladnh" 1-2
3-Golden Fan A. Van. 11 -WWfht t out ... 3-1
4--Mdrilu R. Vas. 110 -Ra well last time 5-1

6th Race r'" Inoprted 6% Fl, Purse: $50000 Peel closes: 3:35
SFirst iBae of the Double
I-Double In A. Mena 10U --Wide open contest 10-1
2-Devon Maiden B. Agul. 112 -Hai fair works 10-7
3-Viajsro G. Pres. 112 -O-utsIde chance 8-1
4-Bolo Joan M. Ycaza u Ox-Could win again 8-1
5-V. Darling A. Yecsa 107x-Poor recent races 8-1
6-(Numbers V. Ordo. 112 -1n better shape now 3-1
7-(Nittlcar B. Brown 107 x--Serous effort aim 3-1
8-I- Time) F. Orta. 83 -Crould help e frjtmate. even
'- :edur) o. San.. 115 -Deplnda on fight' even
7th Race "*" Imported 6% Iks.Pnusm: "A.W Pool elowes: .1
Second Raee of the Double
1-Pale Face J. C:unia 117X-Dropped a a dmm -I'
2-Romse Hip A. Mena 115 --Retms frod M lyoff 15-1.
3- plra Magic R. Vas.Jl x--eceint WorkdUta e
4-C s Ned, 0, M ue. 117 -a ueo7cteider 3-10
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1-sEb e v. Otdo. 11* -Mutea chlae ev10t
2-Apr-taor F. AvUla 11.I -ilNothin o 'rcommeNd 10-1
3--CS doGAt B. A .1. lit. ofet e e r107 at -I
4-Black Bull Hidl. 10T -.ld r oeenAlcee 8-1
-.-. MonDtsei IMT Yeas- 10lx-Roudilr into ihape 10-4
,--osut, ^, Orte. 104x-Doeant Sem Ilkqy 16-1
P.-C$ullaque 'G. San. 114 -Datlgerus cotender 5-1
'5iC@l ilc& V. Castle. 115 -Last w eMvealing 5-1

btbttce.K'Imported 6.u$50e: 553oo Peel closes: 5:15
1-Newobldge J. Bravo 115 -Dropped a las 10-1
2--H. 0 0. Mazue. 106 -Willi sorer soon 10-1
3-LuJoa A. Phil. 115 -Dropped n also 15-1
4-toasco A. Van. 115 -Should be contender 5-1
5-Vedett O0. San. 115 -r et eaulyfoot 4-1
0-.. eEt V. Cast. 11I -I roflf-l rildher .-I'
7-eh V. Ordo. 118 -I pr wly 10-1
a'8..';Mi B. Agul. 118 -Form -iatett even
1bWe W tmtfrtwed 7 Fga.Ps& 8*5116 Peel closes: 5:40
..4_ .... .* 'Uena 11 3S --T4ghwe .up-.now 15-1
||^i M ....Chuna 104x..-4e 't ,belont 30-1
.2- .l_..Gh. F. Hidal. 108 -Ret'n* from -yoft 30-1
46-D; Mlonulre R. Vas. 115 -Dor.or-do ftfrt even
5--Ntw Look V. Ordo. 115 --lets sitffest tAt even
6-+ow A. Vas. 118 -Could. puU surprise 5-i

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Imported 7 FgP.Pune:. 14At hool closes: x=
* V. Ordo. 126 -Atms foftb. 1 1-2
II F. Hidal. 105 -Rates fair chance 8-1
V. Castle. 114 -4Could go kMl the way 4-1
O. Maaue. 110 -Amorllo; qputender 2-1
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M. Fields, s ......-. 0.B
J. Damlanl, 2b .. .. *. *3 0O
P. Endet, c ... ... .. .1
T. Cunningham. p S 1,.1
J. Mcloint, cf ,... .. 1. 2 0
Leifndi er, of. .. .. 4 0- 0
B. If .. .. .. 1 1 0
R .If .. . 0 "0 -
M. Blllnger, 3b ... .. 1 1 2
Trotter, 3b .. .. .. .. 0 0 'A
J. Terrell. lb.. .. .. .. 0 0
J. Waino, rf .. .. .. .. 0 10
Geddegrf. .. N,, ,- 0 -4
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l_ r Ycaza baged the last two.
"tr victory for AmoriJ, The dividends:
jwon his last two races FIRST RACE
jatvle. wilh just about cOn- 1-Valaria 13.80, 180, 2.20
fir omdv that he is once 2-Amamona $C.40,"2.80
Wt horse in training 3-Fuego $2.20.
t In Panama. SECOND RACE
was second to Amorlo 1-Tulra $4.20, 280, 2.20
New Year's Day Classic 2-Tapontazo $8.60. 5.80
for: seven furlongs 3-Sin Fin $4.40.
run. Today'4 race First Double: (Valaria-Tul-
e suitable to his front .r) 57.
4anferous contender for 1-Don Wende $2,80, 2.20
morleo and Chingril s ex- 2--ol Naotente $S.40,
I to,. b Noveno. This im- One-Two: (1)0w Wendse-ol
le six-year-old Chilean- Naclente) 8.40.
bay horse which Is owned FOU TH RACE
SStud Buena Fe and train- 1-Don Pitin $13.20, 11.80, 5.20
SLuls PFarrugla has look -2-Rialta $3.0. 2.40
r than ever n his last two 3-Lolito -$3.00.
I efforts Qulninela: (Don Pitin-Rislta)
her Ordofiez as usual, will $32.80.
o"rd Amorlo while Virgilto FIFTH RACE
ho will have the leg up on 1-Yosiloto. $P.S 2.40
ul. Oscar Mazuera. who ae- 2-Rilnae ,R ol0. Ak
W piloted Noveno to vie- -SIXTH RACE
In his las two times out, 1-Sanluquefio $13.60, 6.20, 4.80
main ride t.e Farrugla star. 2-Iarlene $3 2.40
pag o II, third in the 3-Lady- Mutha.3.40.
rearms Dai Classic, wil al SEVRNT M RACE
.e in the outsider's role. 1-Toletazo..3A10. 4. 2.20
=tbo KidaKo Jr., will uide 2-Granto 40,, 2.20
?couba Stable's Argentie 3-Albeit P2.20.
0 Seond Double: (Banaque-
ither race that bas the fans Ao-TOIVto ) 14,A441.
* is the scheduled clah EIGHT RACE
on New took and Dark 1-Par-agn $10, 5.0, 5.40
taire. Both of these hor4as 2-True Blue 83, 2.20
w* their last three rasea 3-M S. Crtian -$2.60.
imsummate ease over the Q uli*.- (Paragon-T r u e
t.polt.lon Blue) $3580.
h3Ithey art slated to match NINTH RACE
&Z the $6b( seven-furlong 1-Mallin $5 260, 2.20
e for Ciss "C" imports 2-My Dear J.20, 2.60
Oft things more Intelfst- 3-Carmela _2.20. .
iapeedy Florera and Re-] One-Two: (fla W -My Dear)
hum and strong finishing $28.60.
W and Vampiresa are Als TENTH RACE
L a0 starters 1-Follow Me II $10.40 3. 0, 5.40
day the Stud Montell- 2-Deo Solo $2.80,
v.etenm roufer Bendeguz 3--tr-Piouotsc a5.
k Vre form and after dis- .ELEVENTH RACE
%' uIusual early speed, l-Bendeguz $15, 3.80
-rAnglia in a stretch 2-Anvilla 4.
to score -by a length-and- -- --
KOM awAy. Pacific
h oice Jaquim a
top and set the ph- ." ll WO
j at half closely press' :
led Lr out [oop Doubleheader
,~down the backstretch. .
a _hued to the front C. LID.. Today
4heduh ld Today

mih e _m here --s--
B-i 0 rft enltegus THE STANDINGS
headed -for -. ic L Pt
,.al- up aOIa. Lucky stxito 3 1 .7
S e medtretch d Amer. Legion 2
draw away after a BHS 2 2 .500
head1t ale with Womack Whisk: 1 t .283
5 --h. ato, ,

Hidden b' Adolfo e s. School, nOw tied with Americap
payoff was the day's Legion for second place.
tB diIv tee

M "les Aguirre was the A loss for Lucky Strike and a
l nth me "4ing depart- win for either American Legiop
Bwqx rerlghtrtae s Balboa High can tie team
S wbeforelth Womack Whiskei an inch

1'Ii -.

thrive costly errors, wlwN

they we ag 1-I
md atroes u big aI
SThe batore
S. 'I. KOSen
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tfrei, 0 1.
Gb sratr r


ab b. O3'0
ott, if i 1 1
Squilara, p 3 .0

Gonsales, rf 0
e ;f.. ... R

Score. , o O ,

lb 8 I
e ;a., f 01 0

otale'&.- 2 4- Is

eaowekl3b 3 1-1

tof mlb 3 to
spe ndr, the

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FIYhere. s.h

Yu, tih ybi, it wa a very % .atiQc ,aI.
.l r.l, affl..e', p one4, el a d dGueI. to wv en Peb..
Clu mnl .a4 A ; friend t t Yat
the only wruoUr .,, ...a .
ig ,ths dry aeaon fish ar here; Sundoy off Tabogfta
e caug toqVtna. e I amter ifppqr and #j4.uve
other a ree i raing 0o ol
master pw rW9fo a X e .,. X .,..,

and go did Wbw pf Iou .. Off ,; ,.,, "..*.; . .
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A few orlapon snapper have been tUlem but most are mall.
saboolmater. BSoth yellow end silver cbt 'i. have beep caught
but the yellw are running mall. A abr eb .rblna bye ben'
t'ke -JuAsJf c the eauseway. Most of tfhae eli ctaght
with smaill nylon lures just off the pMhey hye beet'
takIe anw"tre jrom 25 feet to 80 feet Th.e flail ot. .
chiftf l tI een feedinia on v zy amlLbalt about one

S l W b tl were out ove f ew eit '4tryint to ai tlat.
rm Three had a chance but the first one for IO95 Is
atm but these. ,
rtfnk te on the shert m I ea'. iluAd at ali ahd ukbt
t. af them for 154. aml ad Bthney Fob n
tgod i oeach. hadu at ccfjtr n tb first t m

W halyetl of news about th IteWsAla saila Tourn-r.
thum2.Wr br nlnaf nOW aore
new fromthere later. We Should i&Tethe dope on their'annual
ooc$".orneAmt week.
The.tag 'la fuU of mackerel and bonfts an lost week you could
meet ltiof them feeding for mie 154. PIth th e Panamag in
and the .W fish following right behind we should haVe a vIry
rood dryfig N.ow about that dry mason tournament you
Iuya Ix e- e Marlin Cbu& *139p4 K*.tr s Boon
We have lots of news about the International Sailfish Tourna-
ment which could be held in Panama for 1M54. Plus the Panama
Ma n _' bi tournament, some tal Dbf this tournament being
held a oor father than tVe iu Aot.
ea ab Is planning on their
mont-th.OW. Amb M t for JuL R -A the
,oInt natOattl-ikde {Uhe nha e voiced eir inteWitions
;o tKfl&Pu this year. A In al St It looks like a big year for
Pamfhgm. w$ hope the fish coeptate.
-fto. aar- wMe a watin for-the rvults of the IOU fish-
Ing AL Pansam Mamn.b 1s llots of winner to aa-
noun R haven't come aarow.
htropies gen by a
t *""~- catch q3 and
sho.t .. OO .
an U s"v

an to, Ih C........

Mlledea.4. .* * tflat
Vega f .;.f ..' ,W; iV r-' |
Saob.lb .. ....;..: .1 1
rW-$b ., 4, 5 i
M 2 ... -.. 1
a ufl l .., e L.i... 0 ,-'!
Warfordc.. .;..,Y 0
T *', "^ -'* !:K. *.: i,: .'::" 6. "-,j

Fort'obbe 4 0 I.
Fort $laytoon 3 t
Ourmidu 5- .2 .
Caribbean Comm, :t1 .4w
_es.Benk, t"1 ,I *
Albrook 1,.4. 30
Curundu a Fort Clart. ,
Car. Comm. at FortKobbeo.
West Bank, at Albrook.
Fut-ilmprfnIg Port CIsy
and' the FetmaIng h=na0ion
from Curundu wi meet In the
feature p=me o th Amej
Vrts Liattle leu scrape
Monday with socd plat in the
league standku at ate, Un-

Fl se, t l -

eort Clnyto win

Abrook Pouncthe'illWl ps*
otor totofa

a when a twheru erW. ro the
frame flowed am t
a 5-4 trhtp&flth. fl
Pundaank.i hometsn for
had held a 4-1 lead Moli Into
the f rs.nal fme,
edrt Clayto unp geion pr

entryhey eowaener ouendAu fo
ever. with a 5-d2 me oew A-
brook. Pitcher BlWy Tb-rp rl-
ed a no-hit game against the
Aibrook youngsters Jmt wafted
12 men in the proceed oh
Pundakowskl hitsa home-run for
the winners.
Carbibean Command continu-
ed to be an unpredictable league
entry by swatting Curundu for
er tossed a two-hitter at the
defending champ* an his 80t"
stage cornerback after 54
be gatthe
lt -week.
Behind the two-bit-
of Jim Fisher, the 9
Command Armed PoreS LWW
League team upset thlgnnkdt
nnte 12 to 8, Thutui pJ ter
D n. At... -
it. he too of- the -,W e
Cabean Commant -i
ed 5 runs. Curumdu -
scoring 4 in the WS4WLN S
the first. Ca-lb ena f1
tied the game in theIMSWAiS"
tin 7 runs. -.1 -.
J FisheM 4fui4I' Id

The box scoro

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...% Bob C p"tur cut th e al. m -
......051 ving"pla

Snd *iTalked five n contributM extra Owner Carpnt I roer?

VAm two hit for ht~ own Wla ig. choose -to 1row bii way.
Oka'. : Hmayd w, 'the ,Io*,n-t p' akMalg 901* hl 0;,
qe ,q1Vi fOa runtoumote it.!. m st ..
1a l Ia sw re.l evedb tra. t ....e"on.ye$w, 1 M Pr oc
wa m.l ..lad who allowed two runsand $a0,000 and picking up t a ut
Sthe leans d from f e Note, 'toe, that 4 left f thes I rtefor the m.u Strl- i the n ehi, o(f
in f c c r--nat onft ot. tjb Ha rreyd ia. r R dblo
S* .six inches behind lthe foul line. or thrle. .Crkee d ra It A sti es. idbohs R Tl u

Sa ao- w t e bbaa o a_ AA = n e vIb .. .. . 2 0 0 e m a k a n
ts ti on any co e, yo Clem iotna lbe.onJo0 1 ~ ti ured acs ETo tlaol a ahr l ,e..
Sh chwlm parttmend, r dont y." hard asWe
ExnGanGoll eU .lye, a tofop, to eIta Went.. to L

m itterlanator q f t d do sn ol the lb .
Ot' M t. tb.- Ue' -,- ,T A, eon.......',.it
wA g idbe a l thtHe bt give thaone -ger buen s oman.r
S, Jan 2 Te oug out of the cture a e into on 1-1 .2 3 The us driver withhre id is
.161. laA Xor the middle to cl.. to . t er, _'s ou l e .. A al ather tear. '
ell A Q: 3 0: 0T o t. 142, Tber sandexct' g lona

.'x ?g e. Yet fre: Ar On +"Btte ...... W s, usetd" broBadow ea will chip teo, rt:
..? % .. .ntfiorm f d Sto 9SL rt- a day o tAr a buht t ,y' d'0ac. Wmlend, 2b ,
pl, tp. .. o .of '.m _eat, doa- n her isytne.* T..wo ....ams e o* .td t d Only o b,, bal a1 the customer French, k
.. .e * . I all, rpor" "r u". G. lr kla u nd. EroC... one os 3 O for more thisi of year.He P

foo, W ; a al at *1 ni Al ,e! P7.b et at U teo ..
,them+ iien. ..0 0s areui .re'nan rf.. 1 0 0 0 0bcomu .o:si i, .
.. l is on Bale. off- .. 5, H0- 0 negotiater is his man on Whe wan to BriM a, ", .. |

on =:_= 169.61ds ooso ibis a rk trrckoui, su % me^Bno Do *hen
com ege d eis wayOd tasfar4M million l, C .n 3 0 0 6 1 P108upthe pewspease. and fin t
he Ga en Is concerned. Hispus .tf t ,"mn-i-t*-colee.bask* _. Ch.atn. 2b..,..2 0 0 3 2 3all his friends in PlorRa or ta Wem
to s perth t ,30 .ba at .the '-,Ga den. Last . e .. a. .. e a3d-- y l ,
dt 1&- th o bal. T s we n aoted t. a schoo a be a i- e o.ynoaT lb 20 0 4 0 ona enjoyL. i THIS gA Isc l ek vid a .r
mm,, yq V ia a l wearenfinding The p ad He to ma e i lIONwns. In 1: S-' aco lre 1 j STORIE a Sto Wn Ftheir-t

.a B.lS ,ratn vw lttle more "a the, t m a he ... out ":-if LS ."a mao-to, te"land 2 hits and 1 run In -. son. 1yr, p laong- to tBe Wr t 3, 3.f
e6.lly id however ro a pres- t a t same e is i S e Balls-Whbb 2. M`ll2on 1. fans. which i8 one of the finer Wr 7 w. 7.T1
f^^airly a sqaful Ztt bfhe WI.rolag aiingt u tes-a- emaM arouMd ae ws ltaoein pitcher S-uthl berland things a7o1L the ame. Frseaenr l(M,' t
the hold kee aye Pitcher An exce n e short order cher

tgat et h bbto if AlU eg4ThL A le tasly tot Doubgeplav-Ryier to ChA0Ai the sweemi He was opping mad raa tb nor
stai. mako P h 1 .. therhi gYaT im o a0 b1the day, the Yankee anounr d hate
t0 sor oft . Y 0. cra ppene o g T0. ma2 w ti g gmaood v Ut
110___rwha fiures to be an exciting 2n-0imf "theg ath e man." f
SBBNE A Carme, Basio we c gagetner After tlH y Festiva TourS 3 I
-.~x~ccat uoreco.h aly-p....2t 0s 02 -oad r ,oam.aoper
T eoon. +avAn -Go 6f -"to theoga s tatioxhe said
[pu,,OE,,WIL Iw A. 8 Nerk .......n o oe ma.i" g howa s oa j er ai

at 4' tiiyy ot wtn thX e anet vacate the i nd throne, rea, il Mf s' M
o for Ei "W. Aor or ca "t All t C Bti0 r .. Kf-k lto trig toe tmi.at rlo g alol -r

only t Rurging a Wi^ ltent. ...mash 'Um 1. Cb'.' Blthy Oraisbalt wi has beaten by.ar co1t wa8 hwort rImore
hav r .er't. -. If t-- 0 d ., t. d he picture wor anlo tohim to dir lie with his bal stealing l d
: 1t a waa dih" u01 c ..... ..hg.to3 0mn 2 0 0 1 6U-Whd are you t _

teBat.er had gone ..fro .nert w- at.aaaSopealatwoOnly In b- a oht customer Freoh,' "
DepseTunney oht 4 the Battloned t and I were walking down and grabbing motl Tno ,

an Blv o way to dter ifandt do f t-ing thleis oh ollsf, oloofsWe. Wae n ,d Slo.ab- utrbis g i r ,lee wa laters. A y .

ewag t deceptive 3 t e a n on .. 1 ,.vS. drvr,, kd
dre epaa.. SUiver tax ,urs Orn '1820- U I de 2 rt k above so
JA- Youril ouohsI at :..:i .ue ', -- sutli e hsnd. 13. m 7. $ ,.;0..-...

ra. as *-or % orcb t opccine dyrarapteddfor t o'DC typ Cl-rs oerat
t. ddrv lke thL!l AIm the ra to"a e d hits ar, d run n able scGon. l.ia hsyereE he Unitedo t Wright 3, ATin AI, 2d/
-ilg howeverM I o'e-eldp -r he- US sa m e is - t. a o
o. Infor te d..htes-*a- polltmau :ron ud the W4tbe na Pvihte-- ut erlandi things a t u lqL tre pinse.. o rdmer.nti Ew rya
gos- roug r.l A e uu- U e-Mo ook i theer g rdvasy positive rrt ofW l.
Ii.i.*" '. ftstdoloadr t l an Doublep. v-aRyter to CBase i.th eOn Clipper carries 0ad. and, .at me rcha
41111..'. -" .s own- u re iat, Time Of rure.-1:35, n.. e nc t re do1,, the Yankees anu n ham .. ,

at youth b tiieohu l A.M. r .... -. .h ,2)'. s'nt t
d .W63, pei We rq. .pr. adomn who ptsogood-at.i
., J coupl c.u so.oB. keeps en noalo, longest will win voaThe
gyd r aeirola .Buodefta3lbsethis, s InX (d .
."M M. iW AT.67". ... .. .... Carmen asIno, well c1ndtI f.guresto be an exciting .n. him "te g man.': Tour' .
had evci bee-. but WoJltst the Sattler might but. uloddina and A *rt p.ud--a "t on,
av bepn lobmediatelw canofIeI nd. bst be l trunoR butQ faile tofllowO th gh In asot ea,
fl4lkitelytlemomoreip*.a adas outPU eh la d..........ruthe ...... "-" l. .. ..oe"

iu n' sa1e 1 Vp.. yei ioO.I. A__tI, I, bo me 630, hate th2 them.-1.-N-nerouid toO..leng to make extra-
hap re basis e r "- .apSt otet-n5 t5, said "that i
e yd e o rs, a .. . .weia title lsl be Ga- th greatt player ever to some,..
COUld hetlgP.I= tO ie= -.... vaPrs ,nles- he defeats along" Gals had scored"t3 points,,.i
eitgoesa,." '"... .' .. O give. Gavi an oppr0. O i, -I d should do that, ntire gmt and took down 75,,-.
to V an rwohlly.J'fgure mght another look at Gala '
Jerkfl~Ye, t -] P. "1 beat ,p all'tmimmf t ently ebiag With Ca n 1atl10. hatlddle beat Manhattan Col<
it.m..legE e seard only.12 ponts. But
had e pcrAaq l -.Z, wor=JEW,.y sll a ad.lWt to him to r l- ase with his bal stepalit
wh Uen I would I sl~tm 1 Sfll~t~tm ; 1 tr n. ChwbkDvey.s drem, onree..tng inah ap, rman0,wee over m gannt, t6trickh

Des .Tu ey f'ightfl s e Rattler lind I were walking down a' tshcU -and grabbing motion ,..le a. .
Michigan lyd.. on-OU_+wlly to .e kr 4, te pmm6raif ex"itin hgoen. fh-loose. When
te. --.c *c dIbundheheyft.nothgouugb-utsil h rnwafto tnowgaa-gp i.a F .mdwgol BorhtkdbtgGIs .

-went by aSAIF t he'owdl-n teN,"old do _tyh Clipper atti,,.e.ik am nttootkmdowno5

. p b, ioWct through to destinations on all six continents.
within ;; *xFrit -, W.
4t dipend- aes more overseas cargo thm any
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so A con- : ." "
W er packing, to ex Ite your Cargo
te4Ig hans i & g Ane
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r er customer Clipper Cargo can save t yo ti '
money over other tran-
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S.-On House

& Murder


ORLEANS, Jan. 23 (UPI 4
o "drinks on the house ..
elebration party. that en(- TWEN --I PA-NA3
jy today for J&inames L.:.
owner of the Court W, a

itern Cooper's cafe buat the. .
crW ed hf s wife. t ... '; 1

Himself retired early :
*:'psrtment upstairs an 1 .
eant that figured luridly .F o t rhe g o- '
rial testimony.
sat for a while with
a private dining room. R '
liquor but drank a care-
coffee before he went tc BERLIN, a o Lr. a .red ..5 _, 1 e n h a Ae
SPxhusted and bone weary." Western dI P 'p .., t'n pactt r-to tl-.du We
adre lad it was over, I a united i' ts lla ..o--V4pa ,t
beJning to Let tired," tne expected tel sfev
ok a district court Jury conference ,.ur .' .b- .ouh $
30 'S minutes to clear the Secret 0 .tB 16 a*f i"
Cooper of the murder of Dulles,.. .a4" :.,e d
I retty wife, Amelia. Anthon d -IdlvitedI*A I
members disclosed today eign in ntpsuvroi p tr.
on the first ballot 11 voted held. a t re a u01 qUer G nY m: I .-a s* te. of M
avquittai and one for manr- strategy" 0 he eGtnanfre *y aa tbie
teo. On the second ballot headquart', .d.. T.e e.t 4. re....r w.. jO
eted for his freedom. tor. .... R "' '
rigthe sensation trih. a Soviet bnu t i
d police undercover Il], chesiav .
!ar-old Yvonne Evers. testi- plane fromn t i t ome to w
that Cooper admitted Indi-Allied chlf itie t rermanY
tq her that he killed his Ing this mw o n. .Be
cafe owner denied It, but It. w -;.,. Dulles 4
tted being Intimate with w to Q eback' l
eautiftul agent. He charg- .Du oael
however. that she "rolled" l oI two g th
efor 52 an pr Ona00. e. chan
rer was Indicted last Au- toll oiga. through qa
d not been allowed bond, jfree electtt
Iso lost part of his small Mtor toward .o
nclud in a plush yacht. o.ad the
I want to return to a Soviet do "o
I life." he said. "I knew I Andrei b apparel
do it-but I wasn't sure fice offlucis, 6eace are -
ry knew that untel they L. r Ilylchbde, rdll efde
me loos?. It's a terrible aides. ets,
sto be a victim of ciroum- aV p ommunl* V V oo 4

kwde Island Woman
Busy To (ash ..During .aT ,
sons oa the
held at tb'ef t b
Bonds ,building in
and at th&0let
an d a y t e t ri orei -Mit e r's meeting. He 1a M
a SBURGH, Jan. 23 (UP)- Red Berlin., th b wl b wt *tr. Eur a I i -s t be t
heny County Controller j gond y t -on ttt se Biddinga
W. Knox reported tody trol building 1eo et (left) al-Brthish Amaithepeah
rfrultratlng case of the o t, B t
0 Island woman who won't Bttwee j4 ,.conferUDe o*4*id*re
t$27.,647.50. sessionsrm1 to4 4Ur",vi to di
rxrported to county com- private tals awit Mo loon u ree e West
eft that he has been try. ....A. l ..--fd.. $. S
Ulip, of Providence, R.-I., rE I

b.tetaote money cotld ed arn, .... .fd ... sg4nt set
,;:: ...... on;' a pakef

Wan .9l8 rolled around and SAN umy>l .14 ... officials todai en eac -. -
blctds still' were unreport- Arm Ci$e Vernon vil N bsge& ti* fteelnv of 21.000 anti- l free caoos ea
OStparote t; the Rhode Is- of RocheetW. N. Y.. pin fl.war-prlsonera 1nKo
oate the owner, charges risng. from hb alleged r pag a delcats ever dealt d' nia
1W lt N. atnmnacldarnko siashi
answer from Mrs. assault of ia Puerto Rican private. Itn g Cunism s A r, A
relt of. Thed t f letter sa: l. ae' Rficial. said, that war" sae t h '
on Var,' so anxious to ha e The two Qbarges involved are under communism, V" .
'onw pr*s.nted for pay- leav-nt Cam]) Trtuguero with- ony promises, a a tary Charl E.'
Sw Vd you not write to nout Cpermn d awenirn after tasting free- W ilay the 2u-
ted of the bank? Thank a false sat before ans are fre
mich for advertaisnu itary ant 4.f s,4mtla broadcasts to r ltng bui t that A1I '
fi rto a ban handed U teqtle ospo tzle on ye, s ttehi f't. "ia4t; masa0' t tr to
d t already know an The other charges include un ed ira n called the e totfit' b "don. th
an aggrved note: 'We lawful drnn of intoxiti la titt-Red pris- a i laosi
recIived man letters of liqor and orply conduct reat MIon in the hit- wi ron the
It t the past for our ef- a -slt ato se a d R ba pte record
to haste owners of bonds ar0d l t'e.d d i csa Ia d Bs itah
leptlon." aga nibal Mora Mi Communts thei toe cut ot
Pl.llipa held the bonds. d ale pt.ea;i, ze ea teir soldier very y s a, tm con-
6d-requests have roduc- ,": R ........ .-,..- ........ t
nnuoe hnd tna nnisnt ha '-nIt W of.State scommen

aored year after year to
b We $25,600 item In ito
cdotroller sent his annual
to' Mrs. Phillips today
igilth her to-present the
fIdc lavment '"in order to
uus.iocount and adjust our
iepbone cll to Mrs. Phil-
.Wdat the reply:
W, Pitsburtig's not the
ia tbat wants me to cash
idf It get lota of calls. But

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&t of the !dxlbt will
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hVide the West could

e. cO n ader.
mu Rea
for security guarkn-
Wce indicatsiou were
come to Berlin with
of der wands pitched
It or leave it basis
hilch the West could
o consider.

I world's
Jan. 23 (UP)d, Anu
ulder was here to-
S.peddle, the "Golden
a fabulous, uncut,
kpphlre described as
in the world.

ta, tueensland, Au-'
; a hoe. The Golden
at the size of a ban-
. is locked in .x
National City Bank

lb said he purchased
r y o undisclosed sum
uv- ith "t as muc
Unit- fe no
p-merely WOW
W1 tae bidder.
^0 h=GWlSlow was found
11P& aV- 4-year-old
amk Hald Cfton-Parr,
nworkingl on his ;nat[
wth ca" miLe &from Anahle n
bt c l Queensland.
CU s ton-Parr trlid to get the
go9tvmtnt to buy it for that
price as gift for Queen Eliza-
S. beth r a national show piece.
1 But teoe plans fell through.
S Me"t ist Church .
Bni* Announces

i Anmi Judget

23 7-,I
pzaW 11; 7-71
N ano ~ .

aowil t nqflae wilt ilk
over ib rn d l r
conodng the in fte bebt
15 yearn Lo ol-
ywood a build.
He worked towd4 awipe in
concrete engineering oid coni-
pleted a course in architectural
Inl 9. accepted York with
the ,3 Engbine.s ard after
'cop .the Mline .ock, A-
Ra ed" the order MUt-
91ct b -on and
ostioAM-n conunuously In
position of general foreman sad
ba two daughters, tilhian
aj ances, and there. graLd-
chLdren residing on'Wthp-th
.andMra Coleran h.ve no
WuWlqte plans for thetr In-
Tk# Ufor the dinner may be.
ocui -from any of fol-
lowi: Hall, OCriapbel, Bam-
b4, Cody, Braatd. Van Wag-
ner Myers, Cal eU, Dedeafx,
w Prets ad Culp of the
Maintenance Division, Pacific
side and Henry T. Carpenter on
the Atlantic side.

Dwn't Eat Those
Chckens1 tlb
Chief Warns Thief
nVANA. Cubv. Sig.n13 (UP)
Thf jlef -who btZ, chick'-
eUffroi the Caliuto eus a HOs-
yT.tal was warned today, to de-
stroy them lmmedl a they
were Inoculated with epohalo.
mlelltis .virus.
Prof. Cesar Fuentes. head of
the h epital's experimental lath-
logg Jabratory. alerted the rob-
atek. gthe pre asld radio
eaUtng the chlckki
tract the disease sand
& an epideme
flUlk:e maklnI te rounds
ertal oan the
eid sh o ntht ave erIl

Congress Librory
Gets Glenn Miller

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hr codt and *r-ton' MI quip 4ftIft Vrovi eB--th y could mat theuw.
Sn ,. time they mot H.ow lo1g would they dine before .
MJV=MEB TN Q0OFI: 8FGR hustetl a U possible arrangement.?
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HouNGm 41 a AI ) money pbi w *e
trooped 204 6ur% tuilday tot
ever seen on the Isthmus.
btart.og with real bang.
jet which broke throw Ue oi b t hiS
only fright 4. $ Mp ,r
1choolgims into vacatig theirbut in
For 45 extngsg an4 oldm, m
thrlled to thea ectacutr fo Aeric
air show which l have Ver 12 I Amercan
countries by the time it goes home. A W
Climaxing the aerobatic display was the precision O wU
and limmg amazed spectators. Particularly breath- :tn l
taking was their "bomb burst" stunt accomplUshgd W -amenu
irom an altitude of 5,000 feet. - M an
As Tocumen Airpqrt on Wednesday, three PanamA a
caoinet ministers, the calef of the Natiopal Guard, braet 3- equalyd cu
and two others were given rides at 540 mph 'I the bubltoli jliage and c
.Je trainers. The neutral Indian
Stationary displays of the aircraft, which are ac- each side trin to
companies by a huge OGloemas.tr. permitted Pana- & 0. becos9 ., .e
mauians at ,'ocumen and Zonlan4 as Albrook a close ,.
inspection. PanAma's khCident, Cabinet Mi2hZtes'
ana high-ranking officials bOt Latin Am'erican re-
pulics aLtended tne show.
Governor Seybold stated that the Paama Ca-
JMal Company has "Noo preent lltenton" of less- ti i
inn out any of the serice facilitles n the C=nal
Zone. His statement followed meithis of speela- -. ,tef "
".on on the s0thmus amnd in Wasigton thait mins I
were afoo to offer on lease nf .ow atmle by p4- WIOOr So
vate concerns smom or all of sedh pereonael mrv. T'islit.
lee facllite as the Mi ndi dahy, the CZ theaters, What to A
eommimsaries and clubhouses. it b
From Washington came word that President nisen.- ,t rs.t
hower's budget zer fiscal 1955 asked for .,000 more re pWace, e
to cover the cost of mlntary patients being shifted e the
Irom military to. Canal Zone hospital. -er
Despite a. recent hospital Inspection trip which ble
Undersecertary of the Army Earl D. Johnson and pire. whose nl"
asst. Secretary of the Navy logier conducted last ilf-t a hI
week, no definite word was available on the Isth. -Could be tht IndIa
mus as to which military hospitals would be closed 7 l S.top
down or when. he annoSlaO? he vas
All that could be surmised was that the hospitals then told tWlUN Co
would be closed down soon, and the move could be status an "Pi' til
viewed as an anticipatory measure for the coming cous be the
year. Could be tatt
scal year. haru to be credible
Arriving quietly e the semo m "t week-end onany prisonfrel
was the con roverslal fgmore tet y. o* before a a t eI
economic adviser to A6he govwineof P-ma, gever t ofUl
and formerly A consult tar o tuthe things det tk

us rumors that he wad rein Wahgt.. itPMfI
However he declined to comment" e eeat 'tgaty i t heatlesssu
Sremaks made by members ef the United States pUSnuSo uhOSinri
Citena' Association after Ia appointment wa tbetheadedo
announced. a. ul
of twof the onndl pn
USCA officials declared that they had t m to u
believe a basis exists for taking legal ction against more in we h
Srwos o but resfued to devulg whft ths ahettoa tha ee r.s
MeanwhUe, Gov. Seybold replied to a letter ask- rBeteto arlesso
intg mor an explanation ot TSCA President Mrs. 0"men41 nlarV. ]
Frances Longmore's exclusion from a labor-civic grour p d r abr th ates tr
Meeting at which the wage differential report I ii from under hi
Coo,. Alen & Hamilton consultant firm was reveal The West'voWed
aned. he voted to take no action on the Governor's which open r
answer at the present orfaOlzed fnpr -t.s I

rFrom Congress came word that the Cash Relief who now/isY a
,ifI, which would increase annuities for Pan would f reel choose s
Canal retired employes .rom 2 to $45 a month led sections of their
was passed by the House. government Underltwute
-vab a hor latont more w es na hi
Pasiama, Canal directors who met as a sub-corn- oTuhet soV o
,* l~tm.ee .. the board at Balboa Heights discussed "fls- a n'f rorel.edretau
cal polcies," and other problem confronting the i
Company with a view to sumanlttta their recommen- oe. a.
calltons to a ull board meeting to be held In Wash: conference wih St m
Ther aawaye= 6 eaOfVthir
Inpgon possibly next weei a waey of O tih eut
- _when hwoufup
t'Iwo survivors of the Navy Privateer which crashed rety meThreefor
whJue trying to land at France F7eld early this month, pretymu sto
answr adntothepresent time. 1ntzed w for dDi
o0 inquiry is stl Invetigang thr e crash. -t be to el.n,
In the Magistrate's Court... Two Americans, a pected to make sof
N\y man and a PanCanal employee were fined $100 mont.
wana given 10-day suspended ail sentences for drunk Labor Minister 1h
driving... A fight with spoons netted 15-da Jail a CIO officlil from
sentences for Leon Boyce and Fita A. Jemmott, old- t speak.
time offenders... A car washer, Rogelo Calderon
received a total sentence of 45 days in jail and a $45
line for stealing a fishing pole, reel. and binoculars,
Sand then driving off In a soldier's car... In the Dis-
trict Court, Cristbail Division, two young Panama- F
nians who pleaded guilty to grand larceny of cable fi
were given to year entenoes. wwlcn were suspend-
Te for a three year per ivd 'c c se Sd
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N% mnWord as ca ne, tranws ,Wramgtsn t $at $.- .
ediusislns between auithso nas the dI n itCeoyaly
:ti" orevsderi are "pros..m.A isrw sher. r.io fl
"-reie asoectse a ed4 fo 45a yiformed saardes. .
i The Waington diatefti h p.wer, a M Uiec
r.. wans no jldtiion of an a tydai, l's the D i
c .. onve-satioen betwe- itlee s, ofme f ,e*?-
. tries..-D -wP
SPreUtdnnt Jon A. woomdt i eyBle -ltot o gran. "-...o.able" .
S'- ..eedltt. aaerMot.a massf or .. ..three..e .r ..
|or als aM n -. "hen -o .ulfen oa 4WT
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not quite unique, but MWlghty
htah pfghtow l th same
iwand. b both ids ae
ertan so=.a dlshm .-,. .
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S -5-"' southeastern nPt
OC~maaA: "ou can't eIl e ovasaybhosS7
for cp0
On ton e
These a .th he
id ta" belore a eyRobtaso s soeon as t-
"e" Veept tttn na.
.o e--The 'Was3 "tO%; bwle i"M
oflehal.- and the failre ton
"a gae B. t etenssnee's ranit-In- id
" *uf-take. -- .

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hlo o o -h *-" I d. v e r -pr ".t

ownt c awe w w four evens the in 'm t inc t t.e 1 t lym
hiB Pata s o fab ha f be n f vote the test, athle o thelf w
NaiO hste a thvasJ0 theat e-S i

In pup. . .M ae o rlu e.

A *w n as m O n gdUa V & 9,4' o
oot lW th mannZer pheyp ,W A.O L < er 61 of b s-

f.h tats n the rlie me etn of 4' d e it Iof w h e eue"
of ebat blahm. pcbe ore-wa O1-. r of pit$ hteam whiochg n tsoM.
ltad wtwennan kA wa in a squabbleover Inps la

b o a oft it ud ad -e n. a-p r-- -. b
IPtt ub W the Waer they i Wighl

g -TnrIo e . __ the. ea u e far lget i

Milhthey with na feve. p ,eopare y05-- ^|irby te a t fBWoh tr tred Aollee o"
pe a eutrpe. 'int o pe- "etiwa o- n'l. Wo r sp
s gt somepence treatieos to

ya.d .e .n y i n .r,,e ,nt r elra t.- 8 t u p arl n1 fe.ta lt ona
or thedya n e Amt h e thiee .fo di t =.alcetr s t'r orce au
Ine Bidaot free to eleut the ugh.arles-&
wUto tihnto e tli ea. Th e s' y bee n oef l at et e ofe s to
L e ma y c a ve anpos t-w I-a p a si IS

ids at ntony e aen d, anth ai m Atu* a dn-s th 0
n aeo est in g thed aner ttto ne distance star aof tae Ah.

h isy a n o t f r e t o w hle c t or h e r ee nt s n t e .0 1O Oy t yie W

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trdo Arias and
Washington, al

"." rose to New orkn o se. 0. Sax is i-C-iur-A
olicy no D -7 *1 0-
lr pronuey Pngles champion Pancho onA s Isth
e A -moey wine after about oe.t .fIfth oof the
pr tenis tour complete.
GoziAle has eared some $4P800 as 'the Jack oKra,
__ _____ metr troupe moved Into ToroB Monday. Pancho Se-
gura is second with $10"00. Den Budge, has lost al
12 singles 'matchand ls-fourth in the m1ney win-4
ning departent- wi U., Kramer plays only do%
blues and has earned $UO.
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ten- to 117-'abh
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S' taw -.. lt w am--r. 7-Total cocks
In- plant throw ?-Uemteht 122-Suapport
lpngelr. I t 14 8-Iha. uS-4Batisteb fMrsallI
-Me period of courage 7-Periods 123-Onx the
modem l general t1-Pe ron Oftest sheltered
4-tn o to icense of 16w yepra slke
-. y 8---Araban mentality 80- arks 124--Quarrels
are$ thefw-ls utOihed 33-Woe. for 125-Melody
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.13t of. --o mt 3o s--French 81-Ital"an win
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Tell e a etory Fater, please d '
Of pwer-trma v apires of moftun..sls*e
Of rdes of adv t .ma-eating crabs .
And pea-green zobles with X-ray eyes.

A sclequtst abgat Statues
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Wi travel.uch tinter than anef.
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Your virgi116s *0
When, bfl whale
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Gone but la dreai amou f*1 roar
And Itt tal one sre
6f too ja'.on &ant rCo bMade
(Spritf a lag for the .nE crusade).
Sdl, teeltkh dragon, gltleuds lie.
rge bombai a"f faSing from'the sky.
And all the hboes th*t you slew
Spring up and far outmonster you.
Prem The New Terker

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Ceasearchldr fortthe perfect shell, the whole
In late f ,no tooth of t ha cracked;
STiM A aer maorfl nlatact '
Froam taa eroldon 'anr the breaiAr roll.
What e we salvage from the ecac's strife
Morteve these saletoIh that he
Lk tw ope to he
Tt not deqpolebyj their onsent to fe.
The. pVatgrn on pre momninlng awd,
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Evf it amt m to ta first intint.
to polished nerve
Of rtti. &ec; comipass in its~curve,
It wluos fover ato .absolute, .. ,
Cryn out beauty like a silver flute. "
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