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The Panama American
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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: AA00010883:00281
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stlMonohs.iTheh e ona thtlds a- reserve n-but Alon e frTO. n O; Feb. 4 (UP)--Unl official satimoead that d reltvie s i -.
n A quick chch with the Ce Nation C mmat ndor Gen. Joee h fro m ed Choins were running at ee .t
to move.. It0 -.ft.s mj or. reneee l athaoe. ee ss E w. I rl to Korea tomoaout a 0 tons ut month. Now seart o
ttwohhwenwo e -shir h ,adi.son Irt eIn P d t ht w ner row to' confer with President they are believe considerably Donaldt
ti ng In9 ftg;1 colttike 'aar 4eos yngmr.n R h ee, presume aomnhhigher and that firepower has China li Incrdaulng sl
"th it but b-" *t : 3 expansion' of w Oth Korean mil- increased
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Sn o ten-yer s Ehowe s est ut e ne tter price support ed u Alredo appeared at ..noun n oul said Bull ,

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m VA* t o .VANC '. SO1Ida Detroit: There is, a terrified t al
small businessman in this city to.
- tIS IS YOUR PORUM THE RUADERS OWN COLUMN. day who believes hq may b .mtour- .* .*.* Sp g
dered any time now. His wife has -ty n ai a0
been driven to hysterics. Some of guardsI enter forlwi
I I wanted no trouble with the muscle s- room, adary'1 u to hiu a
T H MI8 0 gmen who were pressing their boss. so- eFt lvsailg the
All this is in the government's No..d ~S of itwe r 1eko *mW U
The Mail Bse as ea pe a tm Ir readers of The Paenam Ar- records. The businessman's name word--a At Rula had beau
1047 E. Grand Boulevar It's n Itw ffi 01i4u iL *9Rh b aa
If wel Ctibute a lIttel d et it sm't appc r the secret. The boys already know it. eveniaraf j
A d e oe publedmedNt1Not too long ago Mr. Lemke, who me
day. Lute. a.e Alis h itt3 o~~ distributes those automatic 'photo- I 'tandD as
Pleas. try tokeep tdo letters u lmted. u"peoleet graph machines in which a quarter the_ 44rjd-o

Ineepd 1* letters Orem r**. gressional investigators that he had ouralizatioa fBte, them back to The s
--0-- not wanted them to question him make the m ds over aain. oldc a t
4 publicly: no one .dd betr e, attevhat x month .
LETTER TO SADEYE "You are afraid for your life, is a Soviet sou rl hd stolen th. ,.e *h .
ISadeye: that when you told our.investiga.- ost secret known to th sb
S Iave enjoyed your Mallbog Columns. and than to the Ed- tor?" a Federal prober asked, -M + '- Ottawa
of The inama AmeLican your mi...,wy na. been kept a "'You've had a lot happen?" Con.- -Thistory l^ bi ig.fo r-old
Iy ,r uIuciu io Lrae alamay o01 te ^a-manIy-stration up gres sman George Bender asked. sai .ioWte ba'tg sy
y eights. "1 couldn't have much more ha- bt saJd. "We can't svanlb
S r t gone to only the 3rd. Grade Sadeye. I wish you would pen. My wife is in hysterics rit TI W u I t g
a t me seeingg as you ve gone as iar as the ,tnW now ine now . That's why I am afraid ot nis wdenta, when I brke tilh ered wte lonU a
m -stration sure they give us tme iollowang: I spoke my piece . .I didn't want st stoi of what i ou ,nko hd der .
u- t s uOAT 1'Art~. :.. .l ven I know wat each Divi- to appear in an open hearinI. 1 am a few weeks later. -" Mrs. Cooseako hae Vlrftt
?lp argeSd ull commercial rates which we Zonites pay Un- afraid of my life some. w whahese GOU O ON TV mes
ATRIATION OF rMPLOYm.S: ..No such thing Sadeye, happened." ver been'ould C ~sin
etIFor a go Jart of two 4ayu last nIev e be eo "I~h nine'
yi l I help t uppor me und by payig ourcnaLge on sur- This little man, this distributor ForIt week I talke f dwth this dya hel le, ther s,.b ale
.-et RAILROADome joke, the pr we pay of popcorn and photo machines, sat e ears agr Iteo y
SRI.:..o joke.te price wpa there before the official might of aunt homer whose owner I doi. tos. n .
( eny of course to race nas stoonerve xtoduey is shl uy the government of the U.S. and not senlh S kow ando M.
t3iler the coat oi a ,6wer oerch on tne entryy twimouicLetusene was frightened. The Congressional t _m ddi revl ev I '.
t ps ao course. committee was sitting in Detroit, wantedYI tooladntj ,t 1 t l .
unionsorntheeemukoyeoxwantedeto ;- thectno mUyesInsaio lVlar n ,g' ..l o a T
Now Saoeye i wish you'd in lruct me as to how the Ad-many- investigation unions in the uke box w' .club whM I ~~ s bUJ Ell hd M
atlon or the employes oeneth oy ne economy moves sucn as field and billion dollar vending ipa- s i aain then huddldi the k a the lyTewe oe 'd
oe two. wichine industry which now sellslb wh' I @ ab dvi'ns Thelt X
.-Tney contemplal the coing down of the Mt. Hope Cold everything from soup to nylon hose and livingroomd a t i ay i a
age facmiues, asia move tlhe piasu over mlw he ALia y ranit -a powerful network which reach- houseameras,. te*cdic l *itle, tainBoa
,SDiDlo. 'ins move is suppoS 6 0 save all o0 us aome .mniy. es into a score of our major cities. cla. peole s ettaing up
here w anee On that Special Sub-Committee ---- .tracks. an ma lng .,upsn oIe decoe
Mt. Hope ,o.u woragoe rint -o l cost per sear......$12,000 to Investigate Racketeering, 'sat a and cof in to net ----- show.s-- a
Da blo ttolthuaaie e1. r ot.nAL ............ .uuou Congressman who, it seemastowme, a nd of f" stinTV ie m as .e
Operation o, aLnSeASManI u s. ope ,. b. ran. ,er should have been far more sensi ,t srve fr -*fL
Year ... ............. ...... .......... 50,000 tive to this desperate outcry of a se e r e
H OW.. . . . . . . . .e.. . .n g.. ..GIe n k o Hr a n t e d t h e iToE nv i w ha sl
Rental lee on the .,.ua ,-,L *su I................ .u,uo man who threw his little fortune despite the fac that nehee was re-rot f.
This Move will npeesstate. .tne oimasdsry viv. to purenase into something he hoped would luctat to testify ct hath bew e
w retfrgeated traders to tralfshp zooossuis across tne lstn- bring him a peaceful living. ThatBy the eattoe is f u'i ty'
solon is Rep. Robert Condon of a LdbRtuISnaeui
6 apro. ... .. .... .$50,000 California. He is the gentleman itt,. e-ve ow.i masks i
I U etransierrsng'a'o o ,er tun ol ae s ,ic tate person- who, Is now scream so loudly only conferred withe0Schatiks
S T ee transterring o. o er to ora a 1e0..........0' 00 aboUtahis own civil trit because WASHINGTON (NEA) Now from Moscow. the ne didn't A. a m tter of fact, Foreign private. However, I persua
nel irom nauitanic to e w aScae......... 0 tahe was denied access to the Ato- that the Berlin meeting of the Big like the communique. St want- Miiste was the centhat it was imprtant that h '
Sthisd cost to me uote d-man-s on overnmet ofal. quoteeni mic Energy CommIssIon's expert. Four Foreign Min sters is under ed the conference convened to it eat at e1947 CFMmeetn Ameriantud people ththe ex
Day thiatWi Let me quote a nigh o.aovernment oVicL.all, 1 quotmentations in thermonuclear explo- after months o e swap ing change it. lQtob begged. Secr- in 6t W. e. French wermt attitude of the Russian high c
"ttl~move win nos co^-s ne m se .>. ^usates uov e.. aniyiii un- s ~onsP w and negotiation, there is cons gde c- tary Marnge it ra ed- to have any a bigofwoln h wersad o ai n togard arw i the lo w 7 b t0
4ote. Catch-on Badeye? able concern over how the confe part of it. th0..hviault h e rouse.
SThe move to Diabio evts the present storage space of the Ca- I've read myself into near blind- ence can be brought to an end. Marshall blasted. the Russlans Mow'rsksi larm-l efat while'before the cameras. Ten historian document. two. of
S 560%. Leas storage space, less buying power, nenuce higher costs ness n search of one explosion of That may sound like a contradic- for refusing to cor e to sterns Mon thi ot i theon. "Today our. allies, tomorrow our them written y, BenO ami
commodities to the consumers. (Thata you and I Sadey T. indignation by Rep. Condon. I've tion, but it isn't. How to ed any an Austri a peaca treaty, At tfif Thadr mvintb Molotov hemies" Was the toest l i ibr. Hlttlin and'Thts Aettalton
thing! the Canal will save is an Army Colonel.. .or without ored over pages of testimony diplomatic mete g 'lete the par. man Bounarles an treat A orhi t ibMolot re.tol fr6m the 'Lbray o
, fiction of facilities the Army can't justify keeping him jammed 'with threats of violence, ticipants aren't m complete agrie- Molotov was heard t say, "Tkis n ite tIe ior "e spy in ( AnaRu lUt Dec. 11
lt. Thagts E opiy spelled backwards Sadeye, which means in dynamitings, stench bomb attacks ment, or whe they haven't settled is awful." It hs been awful ever Ii host. usl. ~ce ~a hot fn rgsotteniy c rlosd todc 't +
h Deadwood was In Arlzony. and the other subleties of big time body wants to take the responskbil. While the current Berlin mee Jfd I-;r' #a t clear that Zabotin Ws only hu- A Library offkci said all but
A Aoer Booby Heights economy move is to add over a period racketeering. Ity for ending a peace conference. may be intended to, straighte oute. Molotov and Bl "-daultasted' -h ,., ,, ,
p or -the t iSolir dud -nt ht e n bo ud t he o w by
-2I yearn84 additional men on the Lock payroll (Mule operators). I've read of the association be- It is recalled that at one o0 the some of these same problems that each other ofVtn. 'fo ovih t an ftolawedvin IGo- lin then oe written ly
'iiote the Governor. Sadeye: "This plan would mean velither tween one Angelo Mell, arrested 17 watrime conferse al w libAmern- hv ,been g, around for .... o f iere
uct o in norce nr e loMIoapa r en w io times charges id ta ,Chu year qg h a Veh went ivee for fnke' etapsadibolteS A teladell" dealer report-
Lo motive Ie," nquo: ,yo oni e napp' tom lrni k o w ..stituted e B U n E scnea h opaedlr b( e u the free world, i. given sufflcle c to te rary' that he hd
Sorthe leoru t brehow eathi a money llam lsufaUaoln t m inist sat- ..ue weeks .' c.ame up. ace listed ducWetakes ..o received some of the documb ts
The present operators are to get 21c. an hour bonus to break Box Union 985. doin. une Because o.hde, con renc .itie at she have polite-ol -and eco- Ghim tikemost siu to be o lei ln
thenew.ea. Present scale of pay for Mule Operators is $2.92 I've learned of the money loaned wuld take responsibility for a mo- to have onsecutive translations- noic control over thi important sh. H cheals ae crfia telt e e
r New rate- will be 2.71 a saving for 84 replacements of by Meli to Bufalino, whose conec-'don tp ado adunFinally the Ameri- instead of simultaneous ..transla- industrial basin. But 'Mloto reV Hn. s hes ge i ate The do t uroet were en
an hour. ll on _t to Bqtsy Badeye, the Lock study. which tions sweep clear across PenjsyC,Rf +, lsh gedup on the tons t r h epone- _three'- s listed France ere, 'hoSn per. Al of Tuni then Governbr trt of Couba 170 whn
en In progrea for over a year has cost the Canal over vania and on to New York. Th se C .' n nd told the delegation week minqg of foreign m s aps get Ruusan reparations Genera -of Canad lt among Vinginia and bal zlan4 cedde
this cost plus theasalary of 84 new employee at $5,736.80 is evidence of the harassment of they oid have to end it on the tersn Is about equal to a oie-week out of it. Generalf anaam Virginia and Maryland ceded
taiece ila $31,891.20, noteven the Q0 A can d.isprove them scores of businessmen and the ter- day when it was China's turn to meeting. When Molotov makes a Somehow, Molotov aged other gs he warned th land to create the district
res. .for under which live and work hold the ,ro t a chir manship statmentfor exam e It hu to insult Bidult, an td, zt Ta respect 'arm The a document a
Now i the world Sadeye the Canal made apd owed a $7,- thousands of union members. Yet That was the last tsi me e Chinese be translated jn bIto gish and Frenchman .'lmost bi l.. efrom .e of drewd l '

T oo m y cSme u on thel bill Why? Are civil rights threatened There s another unhappy end. Alt four of the foreign ministers i these conaamece tora.nal 'Soviet 'respects Is force." .. a- tpueiaer r toisidns Tern
l no ca o o vinr ml only when one is accused or sus- ing to e foreign Ministers meet. at Blin are, old-timers at th ree ot general kwn. day LIFE IN DANGER 'ty to pb y.
S0rofi t vear to me the 8 and eatet w der of left wing relationships? g in .ndpn in 1947. G ni. G eorge ncBusines. 0. S. Secretary of Sate idaut Is consred. LF ws rA "

a opat .ig c. to-hSt o ar .rade fool the' cult now which roars MahbtB Was U. S. Se. ,oretary .. o.C Foster Duhles attended four mature statesman, and'y F oeegn- g.l.anc ne -vol a.Bovr ,b0e pas were included a-
ga e at ulcer s preventmerom Ontlnuchool. i t when a man i chard State th, and after three weeks e war Council o Fore politician than he ws higl t n the ltt
TeM eha all the Hilldnan t you, ear iwt Dfairy. with le wing links? Why do tts r of meeting without accomplish- wl aistert' meetings as an adviser ago. But in one tn he walks w fhe.e t ait optcial mid the
Elmer of our life inviolate? Is it verboten Next day, when the American head all themr the war and since twIa Triaivle stren Hatn e s e e n Ple i nd t et lved
Too many men up nT th to criticize? delegation as preparing to leave e C rva es' return to l. trying t we i py is f t t file w tt enible pur-
MUSCATHON BROUGHT IN THE DIME mo re than a week I have its hotel for the London airport to cal power. Georges Bida of Ameica ud rtl' t a w anl man icem n Icuedo a r oae of dolg 1teards. The a10
b with the Wiys Are vtooktt reaea-our of the foreign at-reap sor

tulatons to CFN sor the excellent itheyto he had juMinist her several poetw. r care cabinnts. i de the tco_4_a, d_ _____o _s _.pal._
Muscathon" litial leaders who headed south sedorhte tharetimersat ee not en the wre -ot
but also for the excellent results obtained. Our best tive Council session last Thu rsda .Se I Ste idault Is n s ard
so m b-My L n Wcoun t er spit the contin uini corruption
1----------- --- wie a3 e fool mr I's e, cult nu Y. nowwh scher, Marshall Wa:U. S.S tla"a ut n_ attended d m mature stateorfanar19111"i of

Sut to all who had anything to do with the rogra -say that the cr State tafterounter o thfe t ree weeks.o s Gouzenkr tmad nerougla p ovesr e er w re i

th ile nse' oPevos uz e Wedine of *o Geort $ So you can't blame gaio for lookt | G p t *
wro-wath left wing lp yPeedink Teyou BWtaltr ovrb his sho ulde as he tand iut a lk, olu slo
O ve allere on residefront ofIs the Ai L's areaen MAN ABOUT TOWN Brisin's I dder Phil 'has telephoffi out Commes can be Mabr a and t asserh 'he walks down. p e h e e ap- f,

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Written for NEA Service .
Last week we began a discus-
*3 of the game of honeymoon
fridge, We began by describing
' 9wto go through the motions of
bidding and playing. The game is
paye in many different ways ,but
't this moment we are discussing
: ly the game in which you deal
out four hands, with seven of the
13 cards in each dummy exposed
after the bidding has ended.
Six of the exposed cards in each
~ ummy are used to "cover" cards
that are face down. After you have
,played a card from your dummy,
;ou may turn up the card that
-am underneath it.

2 As we mentioned last week, auc-
tion bridge bidding is better in
this game than contract bridge
bidding. The scoring, however,
Should be the familiar contract
at .;g
What do you need for a bid in
Shu game? That depends on how
S ell you play, how well your op-
tonent plays and (naturally) on
nature of your hand. You can
fford to bid aggressively if you
re a better player than your op-
Soent. If you're modest enough
to consider your opponent a bet-
ter player, be modest in your bid-
ding also.
Remember however, that your
Opponent will be reluctant to dou-
Wle you at two-or-three-of-a.suit
contract for the very good reason
hat you're usually both guessing
at what will turn up in the two
dupmy hands. So don't sell out too
cheap if you have a long suit and
.me sort of favorable distribu-
'. 0on.
You can afford to be optimistic
f you have strength in three suits
because you will probably be able
to make good use of whatever hig
cards turn up in your dupmy. f
your strgth is concenflted -
S one suit, however, your dummy's
igh cards wW not be supported
bz high cards in your hand. For
this reason the concentrated type
of hand is less valuable than the
diffused type of hand.
In the play of the cards, keep,
mi an eye on your opponent's dum--
"ay .as well as on your own. In
audition to the plays of normal
bridge, you have the plays thae
depend on what happens to be face
y p at the moment in each dummy.
[ your opponent's dummy has
a singleton queen or king, capture

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it before he has a chance to turn
up a low card to guard it. If your
dummy has a void side suit, hast-
en to ruff that suit in dummy be-
fore you turn upr possible losing,
cards in the suit on-other plays.

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"This hand was played In a dup-
licate game here," writes a Chi-
cago correspondent, "and most of
the declarers rhisguessed the queen
Of spades and therefore went down.
A couple of the misguessers said
they had played the hand the per-
centage way since the queen is
usually behind the jack. Is there
anything is this theory?"
Practically nothing. What's more,
the theory bad nothing to do with
this hand.
Suppose you finesse the jack of
a suit in a game of rubber bridge.
If the finesse wins, the Jack and
queen are played on different
trick. When the cards are shuffled
and dealt for the next hand, the
quten ts just as likely to be before
the jack as behind !t.. .

NEW YORK-(NEA) -Robert Merill tells of his first meet-,
ing with Arturo Toscaninl. when the Maestro auditioned him for
the part of a father for an opera recording Toscanini was plan-
Toscanini took one look at Merrill and. obviously expecting a
more paternal-looking baritone, said. "But you are not a father..
Ah. well, we will sin one thing anyway."
The one thing led to two hours of Merrill arias, accompanied
by Toscanini at the piano, and punctuated by the Maestro' fre-
ouent amazed queries about Merrll's lack of offspring. Finally,
the old man got to his feet. "Never mind." he said, "we will
make you a father anyway."
And the recording-"La Traviata"-was made. Merrill won
an award for his portrayal of the elder Germont. Without so
much as a baby.
Want to get on the Broadway stage? The newest way Is to
invent a stopwatch. That's how Lorne Greene did it, and he's
now happily and profitably employed as Katherine Cornelrs lead-
ing man in "The Prescott Proposals."
Greene is a tall, handsome, graying Canadian, with a big,
deen voice. He was using the voice to tell all Toronto the latest
news. 12 times a week. when he took six weeks off back in 1050
to come to New York and take a peek at television.
Everywhere he went, he found technicians In control booths
worrying about time. Not time rone by.-"that's dead In radio or
TV"-but the tine left. So Greene went back to Toronto and,
after two years of "furiously stubborn" work plum' cooperation
from a Swiss watchmaker, he had a stop-watch that measured
time left, instead of time gone by.
Last Spring he came gown to New York to sell watches. He
saw Fletcher Markle, then Studio One producer and an old Cana-
dian friend. Quicker than you can say "Backward Stop Watch."
Oreene was playing A lead on Studio One. This fall he was in
the unforgettable Studio One version of. "1984."
One thing led to another, and he had a chance to read .for
Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse for their new play, "Tl-e
Prescott Proposals." He says he didn't' expDect anything to- come
out of that, but did it just for kicks. He got kicked right into
the part.
Richard Baretow, who stages intimate shows lke the Ringlingh
Brothers circus and the GM Motorama,'tells of high adventure in I
a lawyer's office. He went with a friend while a contract-signing
took place. It was a complicated deal, and .all the parties ang
the lawyers were mutualbl suspicious. '. .
Finally, there was a moment of silence. "vbeyo0ab could hear
one client whisper to his lawyer: "Hey, don't fo kt to leave 4
Idle rich? It ain't necessarily so. Take;.Huhntingtonr lmartfrd
II. who is one of the un-ldle ich.' ." '
Among other things, the chain-store he hbs t ttI allowing
Irons in the fire at the moment: a success Smdbl ency in
New York; a foundation for young artists a write'in Los An-
geles; finishing a book on art; writing a play f6r production this
summer in England; building a theater in Hollywood; planning a
new art museum in Los Angeles.
All this, and clipping coupons, too.
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Now suppose tmat the finesse of The newest Cinmascope in
the jack loses to the queen. The The ned High Water," mascope
two cards are together. If they are ll and ig Water maha
not separated in the shuffle, the tioned on the radio. The title a
quen will be dealt behind the jack High Water." P
or the same reason, the king Latest gambling eraze-Sorabl
of a suit is slightly more likely to costs 10 cents a point, and each lo
be behind the queen than in front The nicest thing is you can't cl
of it. But this principle applies ed dictionary.
only in rubber bridge, :where the
cards are gatWered together in queen. And then you want to be in a
tricks and shuffled for the next a position to continue a finesse
deal. It doesn't apply at all i just in case one opponent has four
tournament bridge, where the or five spades headed by the que"A 1W
nhrds stay in duplicate boards and Thi is possible only if -Iou'."ta
where the trick are not gathered the first spade trick with the king i
together, and then finesse through Weqt.
Moreover, even In rubber bridge You can bring in the suit even
the principle means very little. though West has four spades. Ef
There is no way of calculating the you win the first spade trick with
chance of findingthe queen on one dummy's ace and then fineese
aide rather than on the other, since throughh East, you will be unable
too much depends on how care- to pick up the queen if East hap-
fully the cards are shuffled. I con. pens to have four or five cards
ducted some tests a few years mn the suit.
ago, however, and came to the
conclusion that the odds might be
51 to 49 that the queen was behind Cook Sweets With Jackets
the jack, but not any higher than
that. NEW YORK (U.P.) It's better -
This. slight difference is not to cook swet potatoes in their
enough to steer you away from jackets. More food value is saved.
the best line of play. In today's when the sweets are cooked with .
hand you want to win the first the skins on. If you do peel them,
spade trick with a highcard to dryp them immediately' in salt
guard against a possible singleton water to prevent darkening. .

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Weesdy, February 1 at
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cussio of fashiBon t
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made for th ent-'ta bit
i.vet of the delegates to e later.
SA ea_ Me dl ,a Convention
ted*ld t take-. pce March 24,
25, 26 at Hotel El Panama.
Private Showing Of Oil Paintings
-A private showing of oil pain
wings y members of the Natio
eagwu-t Aserican. Pea Wwoen
Cakal one kmranch; will e -hei
in the-Little Gallery of thHotel
Tivoli o .Sunday at 4:00 p.m.
Dpee At St. Mary's all
Te Ctlombian Squires of B3l-
boa will sponsor dnce to be
.bol a t.e St. Maryn's Catlje
Churl l oSf lrday from a:00
it49$piej. P':.. i.
Alteen-a ta .oordially nv
ed. No acdd sion wl be argd.
Refreshentas will be served
Mrs. Morgan To 9l
New Class At YMCA .
Mrs. Pat _.organ, assisted by
Mrs. Lotise Morrs, wl open two
now FPlnwer Arraneement Classes

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Thp two catdldtes arenMaua
Van Hoorde and NN :N MTitii.
Luheo Azcarrsga hd Is ofes-
ira; Tommy .Nunn-ARA4bb DOW-I.
tra and the ueen's Mut i n
play for dancing. .
D. A. V. To let js
The Pamun .CaNt r No.
Sof tte DiS Aseria r
ans wB3,meet fbrur 18 atat-SO
p.m. at Hbtel :""ntia ior en
annual -electian of efleen ,#aa
meeting. .
Pen Wefi Ba'n Ia e t
An l adtluos oflucws and
the b'e es.f for le 319-

at 6:30 pm. in.the ballroaW e*
the HoelTvolL -
* Members are asked toahike re"
servations for themselves ad es-
corts by telephoning Mrs. W.N.
Taylor, 2-13V7.
Art" Crafs And
ThVS Crafts Group and
'be Garden Group of. alboa
Woman's Clb wimeet Fabruary
17 at 9:0Wf a.m. for an outing at
Westwood, the country home of
Mrs. Earl Schilng. Dry flower
rrongeme ts will the a
are reminded to lunch .
thateards illbe played i the
ofternooh. "

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Sto offer Mothe .adDa or
aGdma or Grjida a com-
tble chair, everyone at the
table listentn when. one mem-
bet of the f mily I tal t 'etc,.
o a long wa i makn4 a tiiue
a pleasant ace. :
Courte lr e charity should
begia at home. ..

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50-Cent Pieces
' WASHIWOTON. Feb. 4 (UP) -
tmeildent lisenhower today vs.
toed three bills authorlzinR the
coinage of commemorative 50-
cent pieces
The measures would have au.
therized special coins copimem-
orating the sesqulcentennial ,li
the Lonvialnia PurWcheSe the
found- atof Northampton, Mss.
and tie tercentennil -ot *h
1pundatlon of New YorkCity,
In almost identical messages
the President said that to aSq
thorize these special cot s wo
bring on a "flood" of other -'-

Christian Dior Dreams Up

New Style: Little Girl Look

Mrs. Lawrence Chambers and at the Balboa YMA on Monday, --
Mrs. Salie Foote Allen of Balboa February 15. n u, ior emph edt
vere co-hostesses to member of These classes, which are open to PARIS. Feb. 4 UPrd. t Cfsh- Ithey cau e wor emphasized that
the Mary Martha Circle of the Bal- the public and free of charge, in- tian Dor. who rockedsther h- they cans r bewo oe r decee
boa Union Church on- Tuesday at elude Instructions in arrangements ion world wit his pWtery t newdress ty or houses.
heir residewe of cut flowers; fruits and vegeta- took," dropped his trickery t,- 'gA-daty mode were read
Mrs. Gerrt Joustra, President, bles; dried flower arrangements, day id camre out l ay-and-white striped wbl
conductedd te aits heting; and other decorative objects found "little wl lk ase ra. nay

SI battle-tStatsaeet style
a '" Jneckoines 'irnprints
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i church ont' e Chao e but h asoUe a petuianut-
on February 11 fro 5:00 to 1:30 ."My style doe not Impe e for afternoon as wunll
p.m.any fetters on women other creamy whites worn without any
than that suggested by their relieving or contrasting trim.
Judges For Binemnlal Ar- Show own coeaetry," Dier said. The most a final print seen
The follow ury me b The old master whothad been d l rishes complete
.,I I have jeua acted g to de the the fashion world's top con with en leaves printed on
4 entries for the second bniaArt versial tbre, suddenly, went black shantung.
SExhibit Of te.ranch conservative
Afa tile Na*fail' A 9i*A Jles turnd out, styles more'
can Pen Women.h:bMtIoe o bls,.than has. extemn. s S
dingAl" ar orr shoking d Iabort, looks oo y lWW 4 mi shW e
uM ieCrote,- Mr. tgacio Malol cf sea s past. ..
and' Mr. Manuel Cedem. But he kept kirt aut a y O,
SArtst are ro iteNto take i- n the short sde-,aout .yAYNO. MADDe X e,
C t t .tries to the bell captn of the l1 inches from thee tfor-I t and e ma markets Editor
How a tel Tivoli befor t- idlght tonight; memory or his attempt ht taln
nd the jury wil Judge entries Satur- to show of; women's ave We were In Chicago a short time
thijs day and the exhibition will be on Small women andd onn aw usually heavy sup-
delaa display Sunday in the Little Gal- der 31 were a to ehee the pes l veal coming n. Thatl
bem lery of the Hotel Tivoli. new style. sfshW mean veal prices will be
sn Vns______ Dior's suits and e ad a mo attractive
Iaio r copexon rP A j-If- A n *O very oroper lookWinb(.)o edIn O In vee cookery, slow moist heat
nPp bI WrIf rechool air. They were empha- Is bst i, most cut. The use of
on sa eirvf.l9K nlg J s zed by sh rt walst-tip spencer sauces, maginatively flavored, is
Pond's Vasisg i atkets, square salor collars and a natural wfih veal steaks, cutlets
Cream. It disappears pleated sk ts. ated ts e e tht and ragot. With breast of veal,
-oany film remains to way for both day and evening use wel-seasoned stuffing.
protect your skin. No itrekig, IL.J d I wear.
neverashadeproblem.Apowder Unllr i' III StafedBeast of Veal
base of Pond's VanishinOg NMI (Yel: 4 servings)
goiv your complexion a satWy WASHINGaTON. Feb. 4 (UP) -vealrsttatu end
fins thattakes make-up beaut About 3500C0O Korean war vet- One Veal 1w-ast, about 3 pounds,
ful -holds Is ~t erans ar g'ing to school under teaspoon salt, 2 cups bread, rice,
i-? the E BillOf RightsIa veotera-wa or sausageptufin, 4 slice salt
tIt" tion spokesman said A teacher reAports tht when ss pork, cu.p watet or beef bouillon.
htold her sevenao"Vto f ea dl Wipe the meat with a damp pa-
cuss a subject with Vtir.parents per towel. Trim out the large
i" f I e "Is far below' ntha at the dinner table, oestudent boMes, and sprinkle with salt.
ft ori War n veter- said, "But we can't TAI dtt. Spread half with stuffing. Fold re-
S rSasm ntwae ro- n. We always wateh whl e aroining veal over stuffing and
erao iadv education b.e- we eat." The thing- o a l.,red fasten together with metal skew-
St,6it f sp hokesman expla.in- the teacher was that so many of errs. Place the mest a low rack
dhnumber o korean n veter- her. students chimed in d tsalW Iasg p. Coverwith les
anll attending clam is on the "We do, too. T f lt rk. ater. oer.
if That, it seems to me, Is howu. .ak is a moderate oven (350
'Hee olntew out twit the pro- threat ,of TV to family I ffeore ogreeso.) for 2 hours. Uncover
.gram Xbt t 00 toa slow star t e important than what the~o #a n-bake30 minutes. 'Thicken the
case it too* effet Aug 20, 1951 they see will do to the kids is broth in'the pan'for gravy to serve

b o openings. That gave vet- and take of family conversation Variaoens: Cook prepared small
erans little time to make nece- i going to do to them. potatoes, onions a a d carrots
S rary arrangements. Sure, the family e.tigdinner around the veal during the last
Enrollment howeverpicked with eyes gluedon a TV sets. hour.Add spoon curry pow
Mis the followif t ring. it lm her. But therao 't co amni-. der or soy sase to the gravy.
Seo p o 131,000 *,ft. eating b.ca v.- ,.Ad
1& --a u acd 2of 1 They are so many spectators. veal Ragout
sk i derit pow in s a n reacO asy te thr2 D3 ,000
derA r -.e.I"sa s-mAnDeceb e0 it moreconcerned with not missing (6 Msevnds)
chaanow ralmm" ah'While thecurrent enrollment a picture on the TV screen than in
represn only 14% P cent 0a paying attention to each other's Two pounds boneless veal, cut
.MI .o Me cla the 2,4000 Korean veterans.. ~ news, views and questions. In 1-inch cubes, 2 slices bacon,
,d~e'& ies.. took 30 months after enactmentt CI large onion, sliced, 3 green on-
'I of the original 01 bill, before a TVCe Asset Or ions, chopped, 3 tablespoons but.
Ssarper nt o WL y i tt i teror margarine, tablespoons
Wrf per centa wae of- Wortdi if S flur. 1% teaspoons salt. % tea-
INtaS.r" uu, c~laasss gventua? wllsy. SC oe m One mother I knew sd she spoon pepper, %' teaspoon oreg-
-you -a -rmakble oafnaitraho., w 't realize how her family was ea cup water, 1 Icup sour
fdMalht n sffBiug TV until ashe Sued ber- creami parmdelr chives, chopped.
faf elb Zt off g0ngiro1pa Cut bacon nile 4c0r- Stiri
Qsw s Son Of For m er chdren's pr mina aeom- nad cook in heavy siet until!
Cl h n Ense Mercial camselcig. lightly cooked but not brown. Add
st nntn cE nro a ot of s nei os aqd butter Stir and cook
K SF 2i S stfirnian E~ngaged Tv an w eoitinto a souafwe until asides are parnially cooked
r n~^ at- :w, lNY ared asset M "s'gno t brown- Di veal into
Mas .ry^ e To- Ma worry In NY It- ooe
Me: Maugtta auawn. ,m1t Cheildr ai e m sftmd ', t a.d b wo M
WIa n e Rbavfd Raw 1-yM d hu... shbed beew t Pmp i I t brown ewaLA
sk 0in' ftb6Mw eq Roes a foist sow -ay miss the thread d eW Do mat burn.
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President ild there la "
a "oon bty of'some agreement,
be Bricker constitutional B kicker told reporters he
eandment. today and suggest- would accept the George sub-
d that tue whole lsue be laid statute if it were expanded to
side for long and careful prevent treaties as well as, e-x
tudy. cutive agreements from becom-.
Sbhate Republican leader bi g domestic law without ac-
illiam K. Knowland qaid he tion by Congress.
ilItr h410 the Ben.ate over- He also said he would ac-
Ime in hope of forcing votes cepbttwo minor changes pro-
n some of the OOP subitutes posed by Republican leaders,
or Sen. Jobt W. Prtckers plan out balked at a major altera-
curb presidential treaty pow, on that would simply nvl-
Bra.. 1 ,date treaties or other agree-
Administratloi leaders were meats not mjide in pursuance"
jockeying to get telir proposal, of the Constitution.
which would do little more The key clause Brker's
han spell out that treaties original amendment would
ust pot violate the Constlu- reire legislation by Con-
Ion, up for a vote first grass and a some cases by
Many Democrat, Including the 48 states before treties
enrate leader Lyndon B. John- or International agreements
on (D-Tex), swung their coal take effect.
weight behind a proposal by
Ben. Walter F. George (D-Ga) The President, who opposes
o require legislation before the G orge proposal as well as
international agreements--- 4 Bricker's amendment, told his.
opposed to treaties-could take news conference he would' not
feet as domestic law. compromise one word in his
rr ithopposition to legislation that
Bri k or conferred with would change the historic a-
ran eor ose thng baP ligament o power within the
an hour seeking eorNF government.
acceptance of a compromise He said he thought the men
proposaL who wrote the Constitution
S1provided a document which he
s 0 h ndoad no intention of trying tO
CAo. He acknowledged what he cal-
A led an honest i.oar that treaty-
making powers of the Pres-
ident couil be used to over-
I rule the Constitution, and re-
pelaLea that he would be will-
ing to accept an amendment
underscoring the fact that no
President may do this.
Asked whether he thought
itns entire matter should be
rEturned to committee, Eisen-
hower said he would not
tell Congress what to do but
he thought the issue Is so
complicated it warranted
long-term study.
Knowland defended his com-
promise efforts. He said if the
founding fathers had taken a
"no-compromise" stand there
IgS I would have been "no Constitu-
l CHlCuIp tion and no union of the
t I statess"
W Ehl 5S He said an amendment along
S the lines of the GOP leader-
1g' ship plan would avoid en-
**croachment on presidentialI
powers land be "in full keep-,
ing with the desire of the
President that the balance of'
r- ,," ,, L_ power not be upset.

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Soueholdh Automobile$ GREAT OPPORTUNITYIn ,na- Phillipsi Oo
vroueom l t S- nes ILONKA .. TITA. CaoripletI Clar.om. =. --
1Li __Uvingroom furniture, FOR SALE:-1951 Ford 4-door., ood liquidation. Merchandise completely Pen1e Cr7, C 4I .
ale 4 chairs, bedroom ,Icondition. Repoarible. Sea after 5. new, shoes for ladies and children. a
mattress, sprirSI;ir2 House 6416, Corozol. Cocktail, afternoon, cotton dresses inc cOo1 o ma Ainl
7,4. *Contractors IFOR SALE:--l4T Pontiac sedonette, and bathing suits. Gror-sesort- P or. SiMA P i lbol ISM$
Phone 3289m ver coriditia. Duty paid, ent of clothes for children. From or caralok e *
fE Refrigerator, tables, $475.A0, Tel. 2-1783, Panama. Jan. 29 Io Feb. 3. 33rd Street. --.a- ita Clar la cott "
Carozr! 6416, Enlboa, 3578 FOR SALE:. --" mobilebie Club DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. elecric refrigrationr g stovl.
,' _..'______ Coupe. Hydromatic. condition and Central Avenue "K" Street Corner. moderate rfote. Phone 6.441 or
.p'- bamboo blinds. Green.I tires excellent. House 237-A, Gail- Telephone 2-3479, PonomI. 4-567.
i119. House 2539-C, Coco- lard Highway. Pedro Miuael,.phone FOR F oAtag-. Ca es m..i lm 6<
901 after 5.p. m.. IV ALE Santo C. i
l:-Eght piece rrmahogany WANT IED Miscelaueou l** .n Coe 2I
Fpile, range, bed, mot- WA "T I" WIlLIAAl antC e bcn
,ht strangeds, bednity, mastool- ALMACEN ILONKA TITA.i Big oges. L cmfortabe, modern
lii. lue mirror, like nqew. : .UtOw sale of all merchandise. Dresses for .r beoi, polboo 5050 p
F wld 'bed. innerspring WANTED:-Soiall car. good condi ladies and children's shoes, under- weekend. ._
One 8 mm Kodascopel tion. Will pay up to $400. Call 2- wear and beach clothe, from Jan.
V1-A. Projector. Call 96- 5447. Dealers do not call. 29 to Feb. 3 in Justo Aro .e en FOR RENT
Avenue and 33rd StretFOR RENT.
n: ..-onners.-- --m--L READY CASH for exceptionally good FOR S and 3rdHoStftn gas wa- Houses
udiaernnerspringmrIued car. Prefer Ford, Chevrolet or FOR S-ALE:-New Hoffmon gas w,- U I
.ly 00 Hous 54. Ca Plymouth. No convertibles. Tel- er heater: 30 gal. capacity, still T a
in shipping crate. Call Panama 2- FOR N Th-r, i lsrour. q
Plac.PedroMiguel.'Telephone ephoneqvenirgs86-6234.1959 8:30 11:30 1:30 bedrooms. parlor-diningroom. twill
:E-.-Bedm t arnitiu re:.i- ke- 4:00." btbhs, Kitchen, patio with bar. 2
fIPo:..o Bedroom lurnitur like Wonted position .. car n* d one maid's room.
pieces. Mode by Cowes. -- .. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY 6th Sret, Golf Heights. Telephone.|
O No mattresses. 47t1 St. European born lady seeking position OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR SALE 3-1245 Panama.
-ft '.Tel. 3-3338. as housekeeper for working Amer, Sealed bids, for opening in public, .--
S-.-Stting. dining and bd-J i4an couple or c ipqnron to elderly wil be received until 10:30 A. M., FOR RENT:--Furnished chalet with
-Singll dn andutomatic person. Very gd coak. Mr$ Edith February 16, 1954, in the office of refrigentor and garap, $0.00.
iiend Ilth St. Central Typoldos Box 1 &Ancon. Superintendent of $torshoup is, ,o N "Ty. e 1 oco
I10 p. 1 S. Colnt boa. for corgo-hoisting, s anth and w 4q;.:Fnclsco. Telephone l-
1 100. Apt. 10. Colon. r nr 'r tackle block, sheet .Op .' -~l 27 '.-. ,
:-60 cycle 9 cu. ft. refrig- r ,.AIt E "hos. copqer p *pe. V. -t D RFO 9w. .i-i Sl i
'Iflgidaire," porcelain in- composition an fton v alvIs jics Iivnar i
and out, excellent condition. oat aI Motors thinbkles, turnbuckles, ponelboards, .Pl Hr*
Cristobal 3-2568. insuldtor pfrs an'd terminaltol Io- i l After :
FOR SALE- 2 'P, motor, new, 12 coated in the 00" Areq, Bta ..
ft, Plywood boat, Zone licensed, Invitation No, 40 may be
i5 a~tSt ., PoitillO f on. __- of. Su rinfend t *"of SIto!.", orthte lE rsi. di ~inR I
p TablesM Chairs. Vanr FOR SALE: Outoard Cruier Iat .ldelone'. l. a.t' ,bt*e.Ffth
"lowptriessIdealetcforat who feet, ompletly quipped, tv0'FOR SALE -- Stqnographic. machine sir h No. 3, modNlte'mpils.
fib che.l and well.Wheo l b s -d Johm~n rew..qte con. and books. Reasonable. Phone Ra.,IFOR RENT:-2 d furnishl i
rdhintd NOW of the elaltroisA t ,-ro .. i H P. dipFlr.Fan. 3-70. or 2$ .iAid .... V cet, ldviu rau m.'*, dining-|
d you at JohnNsO "Afso '2 Vz *t Luxc ' room, Parque ltetyre( 9th Street
.JSEHOLD EXCHANGE runeblt S., 52. FP SALE: l Singer N. 6 Enq
it ornly store of its kind R Am aPr*o S rtt b Enquires we,' u.
)dbile Row No. 4t. 3 --1 2 S bUi-l lent condition. $130. Phbne' bdoo -Cn h O
011onl Avel tel. 3.4911 U 0-l 0538.z S. beDroom, modern convenience. in
. 160.' Arraijan, 6 !: miles, from Navy.
Simmons twin StudiQ Lice llrNP base. dn Oat entrance. Johnsoon.'
..Upght piano. Set bond 2. Idea-brofiei4 ** inT L S FOUNDa terac.J'hnsonNT
srvicer8 Knickrknacks. Perlas Island. Call Amador 82LOST: Gold Masonic Ring withR aiT
Sunday 200 to 5:00 p. m 4140 fromll 080-g00. Evenings. slT a- Gold Matonic Ring with n t .
113-8, Pedro Miguel. Cocoli, 3193. small d.amorid. in or near Word A n
divan-Phon 87-Ratbanlienga4. Gorgos Hopital, reward for re- I patient ns
E--E strand Rattan living- FOR SALE-Boot No, 411, 7 12' x I5' turn, reff'qustlons -ased o .i
Section van. Phone 8- Half cabin. llt ...condit lp n has sentimental mAeanTE. hTe S It Just built modern
S$285. lbd t Club. lboo 2472 or house 9, An-tmentone
Ilbrary table 5. I con. Will ater. Tel
nPe 1 LE $SONS -J- ,Help Wontpd ;
$1 9 2157 1 .Learn Spanish i Mrs. Ren ro WANTED-Experienced cook-.
.7 Firestone gas r agoEstu t keeper with, recmengri
o.a mostFn. OR SALEw st r Mu t 'T
4 P .-Pereh t l4ur. Misei Iloilo
l %. 4 ,Akae #. FOR SALE'.,-Trluiph Thuidkbbrdr -,ing 0,d
1951, 359,. Paonom i Phone r
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tre Pgverur ,Florida and h LUO3NOW, India, Feb. 4 (UP) e.. ,ma 3-0898.
sh a*k s, isII -Doctors said today they wqre EQ~ RENT Apartment, $40.00,
-Realr Coee investments 4rd to save the life of rice view, Airport rood No. 65.
Jpmes F. i"ve. c Robert W. Who apparently has Caloil from 8 to 12, 2 to 5 p. m.
Realtor, 611 'First Avnue lived in the Jungle all his nine Telephone 3-1235.
St. Petersburg. Filord. Valentina Nicholas of Paralso, andrs o tetrrified of h FOR 'RENT.-Coot, 3 bedroom apart-
:*-$Small chalet, with 600 Mid her manager Johnny Gor- of- those who feed him. tais unfurnished, 2 bathrooms, $
tend, fenced. Low down polled heaviU last night L 0 maid's r0oot, fully screened. $150.
S Boak 53, Curundu. tae a ;,blg lead in the second The boy, picked up by pol_., 00. Te', 3-5494.
Po of votes at tbb Otdrnai.e .. QA iNT:-Furnished apartment,
r .--Ch 'twor bedagp4hadQue he. drdomn e:kin, couple "ithouti
a aoned. was so emaciated he children. 8058, 10th. St. Colon.
Miss Nicholas no leads, har almost died, doctoZa said. Fi RENT:-One month for couple I
rv s nearest rival, Ara Ford of' a But his health has not Im- r bachelor furnished apartment.
pca Pwo juma dtrm fourth red 0au' e o be use he has Sal ,t No. 2, Apt. 8. Phone 8
vioesner Td hpe bv et.rrt4.t.se dilike of the dtof N 23."
Doris $ on e.dd k ked me.ta mitk porridge, fruit R ENT bedroom furnish-
polled co votive ot lye ad id" e a.nd .read. portent wo to three months
Enough to dold "ie only bursts into life when stting March1, No. 2, 52nd St.
ISr. M IM votes- Li al lp doctor said. "But he FOR RET Furnished apartment
lwo 19 E hst va W..ood. 1 Gambo.. a sred of humans he tries ivinoram,r diningroom, 2 bed-:
p.Me"Eva. Delte te heavy ~*$ite t.W atteildants who bring aOlr; efrigerator. C,.I
1 Ni t A tomacerow Miss =cioW, A "n'00hm.' g; 3Na. Ve iserotor. V a,.
Lukes poplan a emep rturbed is boy is covered with scars, FOR RCNT:-Cemnmfetely furnished 2
ill...rvilandm ire--ctivepll is. ex.- s boc i covered with scs bedroom o ertment, Blla Vista. I
V verymeted at the next count sched- .hey sal and his hands are like 45 St. Np. 34-A
..." ruled for Saturday Feb. 13. 1law, with the nails long and
y . alon-llke and turned inwards. FOR E- bedroom f-
wLast as ht'a results were d q n pdn Garage. 168
S h M'l l Sows alesna Nicholas, The fact that the soles of his Viamicl, r
heA-1 n Faa ord, 257. 2 Doct ri e re anscratched and he has FR. ftr
eaiE S I Woodl W baWin both knees indicates R eportmS t i
sag *46 ; IrBn Had' his natral method of get ing e S s Perejiil
ag.? 2ito i- n o and Jueta Htarper, bout is to crawl rather than to .. "i 52.
1)01. 1 wait, they said. I
l., y *be- At least o of the dqdanta S F t RENT I
et COanal serv-: have pa *ed vote-gettta laaaI Notice Ream *
zw r. who was oyeti U; 6f MI. ll od will spo -S United State f America O RIN.T .. omuprot Ipvt
- mm1 J>t Mic>ot ,m= Is he* .led lr.s-e District C,, ft, ,ju ryfW ba.. elor In
P 3? 51 a boca La n CUb n. Su Caml e No. 35. Bells
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|-C etv Other routine reports. custo' zanued bI"L Social Aeivitiss tore plcgre. represmmta."
jLoth gOt$,tWOO.l. 4 (UP) --ry,. to the pnnual neetin;, were mittee.
t OLOahe 1 JM3.ttIi COrD. ne' ta(et r-ceiv. It ibm that th e W6t M4me' of the OIr" Service roucbo Ma- walked Into a
II o______"._' utian file today abouts Council in the Cn OrRanlatlon wgl 6e preset to noisy, movietown ni ht club. The
F h, Tf c "atleme and bha Zone UI in'good ha' fao aerve a lRostRaeaea, fstr srvice- hostess asked him. wlerehe womld
_9B SS IOM L ?". _~.~alt her huii- Iyand t.h only marked diffealo me- like to iit. Groucho frownedat thb
a DEVI bLand OrtOp NBromfleld. t a conlderable shortage of Music will be furnished by Gus deatfenlng, di and said: '"Acro
",;.., 1 'TECHNTCOLOR! t ol ,vuntf~V-,roop leaders. trym's Bad. -the street"
y. N M Miss (ialvgt said ed ,- "ad. .. ... th'"e
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vAMBOfe '" fdrbg6 umaprit rhbealth, de- Aged Doe .
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usa O 7: d In 1948 in pet deer owned by Russell 1w.
Lf. Ga Wooam Soldr.Ct, NyY.. and. eepartt- ard, was 21s years old. wl* she.I n
W". 8 'Ped 1a ran. They have, d recently after
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Be Probable Opponent Or Riley May

/NEW YORK. Feb. 4 (UP) Heavyweight
Option Rocky Marciano will make his next title
tese in June.
'Hopes of matching Marciano with Dan Buc-
6ni next month were washed out yesterday
a New York meeting. Al Weill, manager of
no, says the champion needs two months to
Shape and wouldn't be "sharp" for a March
"IWeill also says he personally doesn't feel in
to handle Marciano during a training
at this time. Weill underwent a recent oper-

0ill says- "Rocky's June opponent will be
| next week when president Jim Norris of the
tional Boxing Club returns from Miami."
ieved Marciano will meet former champion
d Charles in June.

hvo Francis Sets All-Time

'ge Cage Scoring Mark

$sday night top ranked of player you expect to score
Scky defeated winless Geor- somewhere between 20 and 100
tch, 99-48. The Wildcate points in every game."
a won 14 and lost none Oliver adds: "All Bevo needs
At Tech has won none andi to do is get the ball and to be
. The two other major un- hitting and he will roll up- the
are Duquesne and West- porta."
entucky. The Rio Grande coach is keep-
celebrated Bevo Francis ing his fingers crossed about
Orande admits he had a tournament invitations. He
night" against Hillsdale hopes Rio Grande can make the
Tuesday. Bevo scored 113 National Invitation Tourney. He
-,. a new all-time college says: "They take teams with
record to lead Rio good recordsand I hope ours is
de to a 134-91 victory. The good enough." Rio Grande has
park 73 points in a single won 16 and lost four so far this
t .- was set by Bill Mikvy of season.
esin 1951.
fh Newt Oliver of Rio But Oliver's big subject Is the
,predicts Bevo will de- six-foot-nine Francis. He says:
into the greatest basket- "Bevo wns hitting T tuesday
layer who ever lived. "You night. He sank about 75 per
know." Oliver says. "what cent of his rhot. hitting from
Iwlll do next. He's the type all over the floor."


Womack Club


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SThe Womack Whiskies tearn
M Hopelniln .: the Pacific Twilight Baseball
UUIII I IVn H ,pe league will completely reorgan-
ze. Anyone washing to try out
S.or the team please report to
.. -' Balboa SMadilum on Feb. 5 at
BALL STa' GSS f' T The follqwing 'players will
o'WU psut please return their uniforms to
station ....4. 60d Mirr. Carlinmhnmedlately: Wobd-
, Beer ..... 3 ." 0 ti, ffSuismann, Gelselman, Fllo,
....... 2 4 .333 MacCune. We promise to have a
S... .. .... .. completely rebpi4, tepm. on the
TO ,GfT's GAME field for Sund's a
Islboa Beei n Pewels vaVw' '
eight iwo strong right- -
q go tc the wound "
De Stadium and on t '
Se of the tame will depend I .. I V
hopes o# the Balboa BrewPi th r hl th
ce the jirst half of the At-
, Twlltht League into "
off wi,.k Naval Station. I .: 'j

1 Glbs,,n, workhorse an,-i
of thp Biewers pitching,'
will d&aw the starting a.-
wut.. Noel pas had plenty
tl test up for this Ma
Ing last seec action iii
ut relief stint on Jan. 26
will Fend Tommy Hughes
e. hill in ar, effort to end
st half and start a new
ndav night.
on tolled tr the previous
SBeer-Pow eIls game and,
d a five -h!t performance
rthe rewers took 8 to 3,
m'p record on the season Lu
gup at two, wins and twvo
rand he has seen at leant
.action in each of the 5
payed by Balboa Beer.
record on the season
"a pair ot wins and oue
Sdutv in al but one Pow.
[ e, which, more or lems
Fjp the two teams on theI
Ow b olds the edge at
With tnree .300 or be
Max-Wlech paces the
a ,3 followed by catcn-

eye' Swearingen. .307
Mt Hooper .300. Powerl.
v 1 euch hitter, that Is
ifglJev vhose .400 bat-
Srait puts him far above
his othe- team-mates.
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MSNOW QUEEN-Fully equip-
ped. Carol Handy surveyed her
white domain. The 19-year-old
sophomore of Marblehead was
snow queen of the University
Of Massachusetts' winter carni-
val at Amherst. (NEA) _

Come To Panamia

Negotiations are being Amt
by a local promoter to htI
a top-ranking lightweigt h
boxer to Panama to meetFe.
derico Plummer, reliable squre-
es informed this paper teIy.
The promoter is reportedly
trying to get either Orland.
Zulueta, Charlie Riley Or Pad-
dy DeMarco. All three are rat-
ed among 'the top ten In their.

Womack Forwels;

Lucky Strike Plays

Balboa High Tonight
Pacific Twilight League

Lucky Strike
Amer. Legion
Balboa High
Womack Whiskey


Womack Whiskey is still in the
cellar, their hopes blasted for
the first half after forfeiting to
American Legion last night.
The forfeit- came about be-
cause of the lack of players. The
team will have to be completely
reorganized for Sunday's games
which end the fir4t half.
.Tonight, Lucky Strike and
Balboa will go at it in another
crucial game. AMer. Legion can
tie the Smokers or Lucky Strike
can get a firm hold on first
place for the first. half.
Probable starters are Morton
for Lucky Strike, and Charles for
Balboa High School.

Pacific Softball



Team Won
CAA .............. 9
Firemen's Insurance 7
Pan Liquido- ...... 6
Baxter s Movers ... 3
Navyv ...... ....... 0


C 7, Baxter's Movers 4
ALluido 7, Navy 4
Baxter's Movers vs Firemen's

Tuesday, OAA. idlead- sit on
holding first place in tne Paci-
fic Softball League, gained a
seven to foir victory over Bax-
ter's Movers aft r seven rugged
innings of softball.
Jerry Cain did the honors on
the mound for CAA and was
credited with the win after al-
lowing btor runs on six hits, five
free pasves.anrd retiring two of
the Baxter's men with the third
Fritz dheney, the loser, was
charged with the seven tallies
on seven safeties seven walks
and struck out three of the
. eromen.
Cain and Tartllnger both had
two safe blows for four trips tto
the plate-Cain getting a single
L. a ltnahla- Tar.flin-r.. with a

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LEAGUE LEADERS As of right now, the Iibral&W Life Juniors are leading the Pacific Farm
League. Anxious to practice, they have even pl a34ed i outside game with Pedrg Miguel which
ended in a tie. Players on the Gibraltar Life Jn nilora re, left to right, front row, Frank Harber,
Mikle Burton. Willis Bearsdall. Richard McNatt, Garh Feeney, Peter Smith, John B shoug and
Eddie Bieksza. Rear row. Danny Hatcher, Gordon. well, Paul McElroy. Ralph Olazer. Philip
"Bushong. William Mounts and James Crane. Manager is.ElTdridge Burton (left) and the. coach
is Fred Mounts. .' ..

Bombers, Brownies Continue

Battle For 2nd Place Tonight
I- Batl *ore.,

Along The Fairways
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The Panama Woman's Golf
Association inter-club tourna-
ment is all set to get under wiy
at' 8;30 Saturday at Panama
Golf Club; Gamboa versus Davis
and Amador versus Brazos.
Summit did not enter the tour-
The teams ready to compete
Louise Jones
Chi McCue
Katie Prendergast
Mae Askew
Bonnie Pool
Louise Reynolde
Jena Phillippi >
Mlie Parks
Ann Littlep "
LOU Oroh I
arena ena "
Dbtis aiWllton
Ruth Lin(ln
Harriet Serger
Margaret Leigh
Cleo 44rn "
Grare Dehlinger
Sylva Carpenter
Carol Olickenhaus-
Alyce French
The hosthis team does not
compete on the home course.
Saturday. Feb. 13 at Brazos thz
matches will be Gamboa against
Panama. and' Amador against
pavw. The Nassau system v'il
epNayed aid'in case of a tie
'kere willbe an 18 hole play-off
Tod be eligible for the teams,
players muat have paid PWGA
dues for 19r4. Dues may be paid
Saturday morning at Panama.

to get their little bit .I, and the
advisers of each were responsible
for the fiasco thbt $allowed.
According to the reports and
the newspapers as I read, the
finals would be p tponed, then
about two days prir to the or.-
ginal day of the fMisomeone
rules that tiL matoci has to b0,
played broken aruA or not, or
forfelt--and someone else says,
'Jim, ,yOu'r ett o the big
stall, Mike Is agtrai f you, anM
if you.are not at RaOg on thb
time abd date-AVou VIte."
9o Ji annouices to one a60
ill t W a tre -41
ind bhban as .h -will play if he
has to use ne bad only--
that is what happens, he plays
one-handed and gets walloped,
then it's discovered the whole
thing has oeen handled wrong.
-So what?
This time it will be the same
rnmn, both hands, and you can
r-elieve me It wili be a battle,
and may the best man win.
You can place a saw-buck ana
picek your man most anywhere.
!'he only way I'm bettin' is the
winner will i.E a Gold Coaster.

Fastlich League

W L r
Pumas 4 1 .1
Ocelots 3 3 .5
Conejot 3 3 .!
Palomas 2 2 .1
Macaws 1 4 .:
The Conejos defeated I
Macaws 5-1 Tuesday afternc
at the Diablo Diamond.
Hayden (3-3) went the d
-4m'ea' Cmr- thaI Pn,4n.n 1Inll.m

single in the third and a four- History often repeats its sef only one run and three hits.; '1
bagger In the fifth took away tie said and It holds true in this run came in the third Inning
another ticket for a free Italian .imoot-Paredes tourney at Gam- virtu of a towering home r
'dinner with wine at the Atlas hoa. Of the 200 and some golfTe.s by Durfee, first baseman for I
Garden..So help us, Elias, we're who entered this tourney, two Macaws.
gonna breast you more controversial figures could Bruhn (1-3) started for 1
Bob Medinger was on the aot have been selected for next Macaws and gave up no hits s
heavy end of the stick for Bax- Sunday's battle at Gamboa. three runs in 1 2/3 innir
ter's with a single and a double Why riot let sleeping dogs ile, Brin gave up the three r
for four tries. a fellow told me and perhaps I on walks and was followed
should. But a little review is oft- alsenbaun who ave up all
Yesterday Billy Zemer's Pan en good for the soul. Fallnbaum who gave up alls
Liquldo nine came from a four Back tn 1952, 1 believe it was three Innings. McKeown cam
to one deficit in the bottom of in the Panama Amateur Cham- ore nMnsawMinthefwth
the fourth to score six runs and ,"lonships being played at Bra-for tn Mac allowed no ru the fifth
'ead Navy seven to four. 'ios, these same two fellows end- ninth and aowed no run
Lt. Pealer. the loser was ed up in the finals in what turn- hi" ase for the ConeJos ge
charged with the seven runs on ed out to be one of the messiest dhse f the Ces a
ten safe bangles He struck out tournament finals ever played double in two times up. Hay
pone, walked none, and hit one locally or perhaps anywhere. Blaud a iAd Chasain e ac
batsrun with a bitched ball. Jim Riley and Mike Kulowski rac w up singles for the C
Mike Vogenreiter. subbing for are two gentlemen and they areers, while Durfee. Morris
Arty Smock and creditably so. 'he same rntlemen on or off McKeown had base hits for
took the winand was charged !he gol course. It so happened closer".
with fiur runs on eight hits and tht that Mle suffered an injury to Thenext scheduled game t
five bases or balls, his hand prior to the final day played by the Fastlich Le-
Wolf. playing third base for of play. and the finals to deter- will between the Paloresi
Pan Liculdo led his mates at the mine theanlateut championship the Pumas. Friday tbruarS
plate with two solid singles and of Panama should have been at four thirty at the Diablo
a bunt single for four trips., postponed unth his hand had mond in Diablo.
Chuck Smith went all the way eicaled, whl& was O.K. by Jim. A double header will feat
around in the bottom of the But this was more than just the Macaws and the Cons
fourthh to cUo Glenn Lee for an- an ordinary final. Mike repre- the first game and the OS!
other Italian dinner at the Atlas seated not only the ream of the the ums inthe
Garden. service gfers, hut also the loy- game, Saturday February
\ al Gold Coast contingent. There gae tinme 1 .p.m.
Nick Nichols p frst base we plaplenty bets-ontheoutcome Thepublic invited t
,with three stitches his let of this ate, and Mike had the ames played by the
toot and splints on a broken -nore aG rs than you can uc league.
tmall toe connected with one of shake a st ck at.
Pealer's offerings solid endulh Jim represented the Canal BATTEN m'TrTGw o0W
to make first base then got al- Zone clyia @group and the Pa- (TMm game f 3--240)
nmst to third 'on subsequent cific side of the Isthmus. A more
bits before beinm tagged out. colorful figure than this smiling ab h ON
NOTICE: There wll be a meet- red-headed Irishman would ve T. Corran (Pu.) 17 4 4
g of manners, the officersI hard to fine. 0. irkl, .
MWnd the pte umpire Monday Mb bad beat Im the re- (Ptm.) 18 3 s
[ at 7:M at the home o the viow year In t1 Smoot-Hunnl- 4 (Pal.) 14 7 0
S tt Larryt Bownma t -s$ t atrney aI Jn T was out fi W *IMde' (PSI.) 19 5 2.
U fAee Streetji lM rieuge. but he was waUin" to SaKW3.(P6W) 11, *4
'M C.Z". HW TO until Mike could play. If he alau (IaL) 1
t4 ^ }Q tbw lrtla .e wthe wnte d it the way IS.(PO ) 11 4
E c Gam a entlan would ha it-no Ifebse (teJ) U 1-
lAima lma au way.
waseoftbesme opa m on. I I 1 0 4.
n4l[.tes lu fAelloiew all Ad L amMb cw) i s :

The Itandings


W L Pet.
20 13 .606
15 17 .469
*4 19 .424

PanaXpa Stadium: Brownies (Ar-
thurs 2-2) VB J embers (Robin-
son 4-4)
Tonight the revamped second
.p e Bombea. ill ..try. to cpn-
cte their four- 'me winning
eak aggainm lt l
t wes atp te B oio
%Ic8Sta4tw A to lor the
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and keep the Bmbers' slim
hopes allve,'
Should the Bombers lose, how-
ever, It will leave them five
games back with only seven
games to play. This would vir-
tually sew up the flag for Gil
Morland's had-hitting team.
Probable stArting Pftchers for
tonight's game are Stanley.Ar-
thurs for the Brownies and
Hunberto R6binson for the
Last night the Yankees dowhn-
ed the Brownies 5-3 at Mount
Hope behind atPat Patricks hurl-
ing, although he needed relief
help from Cqokie Stempel and
Eddie Neville. Losing pitcher
V Clark Atarted. the .me for

'ct. the Brownies an was. chasedin
100 lea thban three innings, It was
500 his eighth loss as compared to
50 six triumph. It was Patrick's
500 fifth victory against, four set-
200 backs.
he Johnny Kropf paced the wtin-
ohe nerd with three for thrbe, In-
oon eludng a double. Rusell Rac
had three for five with a long
is homer thrown in. Ray D ibek al-
N o aided the Yankeej' cause with
lie two for four, includinrt a double.
by Elas Osorto and Nathaniel
run Peepeles were the losers best at
the plate with two for four each.
pgs. .. .o w

S A team cotpspde of play ers
ot a frdm Headuf and ead-
den, quAten B .th Antulst-
,h Mcaft Artiery wp, d thet
in- 740th AU (Hea tss and
and Headquarters et Was
the whiner of the t ar n In-
o bq twant Fdat t Ol
gas Course January 2 tsroc
md Fnal atmnl a at n d t d
S5, AA AutBa Wt M a-
Ma. ion as run erwbo w r 4M
1w Dib hUr r Ptoe (Fi

,gemt Do"* Wfp was7

lt- edmbn,

with fJi rutht m bti h
the first Inning whir wak '
hough as Ca Curty t
hem the Pole corebwunutI
the last inning. ,
Schwarzrok allowed only two
bits until the sixth h t
Police scored their ony ru t on
Double by Billy' Brt Adf ado
sinries by Frank Am lrati and
Eddie Corrigan. Curty retired
ten batters on strike while qiv-
ain up only two bases on, bells
Mike Klippe t atwftd for tte
Copoers with waitr -acine
Ditching the fourth d flft
innings. Klipper was hanged
with the lots and evened hi
record at one ant one with
Shwarzrock notching his fourth
win without .a loss..
Johnny Watson fattened -ft]
batting average with a perfect
four for Your getting a double
and thtee singles. Teammate ,Lga
Prill had a double and a single
in three tflps to ther.- plate
Frankie Ammirati led the Police
at bat with two singles in three
Jerry Crawford, Police center-
fielder, was on the front end of
the only double plav o the game
with a nice running catch in
right center and a toss to sec-
ond to complete the double play.
The box score:

Browder. lb

ab rh pea
3 1 1 4 i

UD manthet "double
u esrodr.
a. "te thes

TWh and
three pret-
I COllected
.p to the

Wo f or extra DBse
no patches of. Y!arg
ty a in a ow. i
t .e 'r of itN given

The box scores:

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Gbaier,2b S 0 o o'
Ottore, as s I-1 "
t' p1 3 1 2 1 0
S van, 3b 3 0. 0 2 0
Woedde, rf, It 3 0 0 0 0
Lut, p, lb 2 0 0 1 1
Eaut, If, rf 1 0 0 0 G
Bautmlrdner. It 1 I 0 0
Richardaso, cf 2 0 0 1 o
Totals $4 4 3 15
L. tench, 2b 3 1 0 1 0o
W. French, as 3 1 0 0 0
Sanders, cf, p 3 0 0 0 0
Kullg, p, c 3 1 2 4 1
Weigle, Ib 3 1 0 1 0
Metheny, o, rf 0 0 5 0
Tompkins 3b 0 0 1 1
Yarbrough, If, cf 2 0 0 2 0
Watts, rf, it 2 0 0 1 0

Potter, Sb 1 0 0 0 0 4ta 15. 3
Ro, 2hb 2 0 0 2 0 ,ax,, .7 .by i ..
Abniratl,. 3b, 3 0 2 2 co.e Sol buo o
ElUot, c 32 0 0 5 Co 1s. .,O__ ^ 4 ,
Corrigan, as j3 0Pn we .. .. lOl 2
Crawford, cf 1 , ,, M ,OR LITTLE
Scott, ef 1 vIz 1. LA U L
Dempsey. r1 0 0 0 0.0 y's r iti
Bettis, rf 1 '0 0 0 0- t
PrieteTr. rf 0 0 0 *1 Lltt i..IVerK .
Dehlinger.lif' 0 3 0 iwe
r p 0 0 1 0 le
browne p 1 0 00 0 "Champ" Ratliffe kowed on-
S15 4 1 ly 4t. hits and J lmUa Thinlln
S1 5 4 collected ,two ot those for the
SEARS losers. V6ron 'Sanders, Mitly
Schwarzrock, p 4 1 2 0 2 Muser, Jackie .Ike, and David
J. Watson, 2b 4 2 4' 02Bean had the ier A bot
R. Watson, as 4 3 0 .-1 sanders andot
Prill. ct, f 2 3 210 1 Wrte on the ioud tot the Ktahl
Prill, c, cf $ 3 2 10 2 a* ll.* rW h. t
Womble, lb 2 1 0 4 0 R*MAll fry. a *Xq *ed th
Diler. c 0 0 0- 0 0' inns! tadd i1a totaj of
Conklin. cf 1 0 0' 0 0 Ctiiles. ..
Rathgaber. 3b 3 0 0 2 1 L the CoI t nthe
Perantle. rt 1 0 0 0 0 dh atwo
Chase, rf 1 0 0 0 0dak2 ~tU't p8late. ..tw
Lubera. If 1 0 0 0 1 d eIn our tri plate.
Caldweil, if 2 0 1 0 0 bbs, with a' R ddd f blef
caiwtih Uo ree tries, Rt,= w,4h two
25 1e 9 1 7 doubles in thee and Tharp
Score by Innings with a single And a triple In
Police 000 001-1 5 four tlme ut. Hodges and Wilk-
Sears 520 '0x-10 9 2 inson had a single apiece.
Winning pitcher: Schwarzroek The box score:
(4-0). Losing pitcher: Klipper FORT KOB RE
(1-1). Struck out by Schwarsrock AB R H
10, Klipper 4, Browne 1. Base Storer,"2b 3 0 0
on halls: Schwtrzrock 2, KliDr Rautetter, s 3 0 '
2, Browne .1. Two base hits 'Tonln, cf 4 1 2
Browder. J. Watson, Pr!..69 asders, p, c 3 i 1
well. Hit by pitch: W be by Mt e, Ib 3 1 '
Klipper. Double plays: Cr&wfortl ealc cp 3 0 0
to Corrigan. Umplps: je and Burke, Sb 2 1 1
R. Glud. Scorer: Mead. Time of 'Torres. tf 0 0 0
game: 1:35. Bean, If 3 0 1
Totals 24 4 6
Standings Wilkon. Sb 0 1
oStann Lodt Ba tt, 14 1 0
Coco Solo 5 0 He"of 4 3- 1
Powells 3 1 harp, S' 4 2;
Motta's 3 Pundakosw*t, lb .4 2 3
Margarita 2 4 RatCelfE t .S.
Police Pals 1 4 MNelty. If 3 '"0 0
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ubbsc 23 1 2
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Wordon French's Powells met fetOal. 16 1
iohnnie Johnson's Co o,_ .SenBy -s 11
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Steran B o bs at
Juntr Calleg niune.
B s all as n at e top
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Satte, no tat : more d 'ua
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P trees tha? n .
el Croge bho5. Hd hit
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has rined uor e W"b" e av-
vy In the T t pUeq,
ptts, "'" of "the C in Pitebtr P&iWO Nas' e ,I"
m. esawgw x use nanilger of thknows we Pdeto.m a oe
a_ e rce ence an d o imforlt and with
New t l ow. tips on how to-lead a base- Herb Raybo1rne back of the UWEI -Horace A~itnfltqr. left isafter the two-nibId
,aEs. The men are shown talking late, he e nan fagur as rthe d
.eelWriters Annual Dinn er.ir ht at.

S_11__ e sWrit des Annuals Dryinn, dte habit with Len Truhex.
ba "st _leal dbue.- 'ol only ,onetate pe o se .vd Not too muca s h is known p
Se" r othe Co H p boy. Hard-hitting
olr gJack Tinl along with sp
ea star George Dansby h ave
o h shown some cons tent prac
twice session. and will be bat..
Ui t1dh c ~the three and fur Inthe BAL
JO EWl o aln ar oiings order. jerryy Hals
gets the Ipith co nodD- with
tomro a e t were veteran Bob Metle r his bat-
tery mate.
At fist nmakekly blhsh it weald uuO Wno mil.nG ngful purpoj0s.
wasseraved n retlirin to he paotoinm act o pastrs mines the y T n
forfeited racing dates were reditue among the other perOlP 2s RUNDU MEN'S OPEN KraMr w(th )1 14H 6438
atots ha e .0e.d t h e led enowu.gIt, modern transekas $or from N Pa OWLING ,LAGV, ,is CISOli 12 4616

Welt, there had to be a t.asO Whee ( I4tr g gain by taking four points
co lacency of an arrogpnt.monopOI and- this at least repre- e uTeaNo. S Wahly's Auto. l Total8as
entthat. Until the Campaig was started in this space there three to Wallya Eir to e
wa ema dlspotion on the part of thle operators to do anything. role 41 to l E ot
Whereother racing centers, coast to st greatly expanded cus- STANDINGS tory. All thewgamesdwere very Tori 14
tomer facilities. all we got were excuses and blueprints. Teams W L Pet. close and were decided ( 14 14 1 41
The form action by the racing common is a belated Army Transp.. 0 1.000 last frame. Bran was hih for
warning that racing is not the pm onal d ety o individuals Cervecerla Nal 0 1.000 teamNo. with 484. 13 1101541
who happened to be lucky enoughto hold francises when the Navy 3 1 .750 Auto Cine won their first 10 13 40
pari-mutuel gold strike started. These ind rve. alst ar n ati on al Dist. 2 1 .67 game my thenls
thamblingbuslness legally due to one act: Th eoe voted Ideal Bread-, 1 1 .50 second by 9100piins,t and la t the
hemrthee privilege.,o g Quarry Heiagh 1 2J.331 ti rd ame by3 pins. Mustaine
A popular misconception, given wide t oblicity when the Ordnance Club 15 as igh fr Wally's with 43
Phantom Traack w ued.s that these individuals bold 50- 745th Engineers 1 3 .0 La lle was high for Auto Ce
year fr anciss. Thus, it waimplied that Jim Butler, trackless Navigation 1 3.250 with 467.
now, hais may future r eaRs to get restarted. This isn't so. Butler Comm. Tom Collins 0 2 .000 Acme Paints sneaked n one
s simply out of business as far as owning a franchise goes. NEXT GAMEWS point for the nikht by two pins
If you, or an or Midas could prsve to the racing comm amion Sunday,- 9:30 a.m., 745th vs. in the last game with 4
tomorrow we had the mea4obuilda a new track and were ac- Idea Brealid. Ford. Somebody gae the F -
ceptable oMwif, tht.-commisslon would hav o .give us a Monday, 5,pin.. Ntv vs Cbm- men. sope good gas and they.

Tore be his for both wou ld clart beap r aute ntion ne mcolnd vicQuarry. IMA. Ceondshig 23r t3e en8n. A
orachlwse-4h*ebnr that kis H w. active. Any. aw whicn h heldmissary Tom Collins. really got away fast. Nelson was
that bec u :man once oWcd.'unOh a franchise it must per Tuesday, 5 p.m.: ; erveceria high for Colpan with a nice 514
force be his for to e would clearly be pre ro.It,- Nacional vg Quarry HeiGr se d .high for the evertng.1
it VANCMISKS Huddiestone was hgh for Ace
ohwithezA W e r high for c Ahe
But the imroiutant oInt here is this: If the commission has Ordnance OI 1 1: P. Ieal 10 with a pie 52 high for the
the ukhbrity to rescind tfranchie f r gooh reason, as I leay Flashing the YorI o that ho sted event. ..
dends annually-and t wou sm respect to t l be Interesting to yearknow whatamp on a adI
0nhdl r .Ao w- A iave.-to dO 1s refuse suchan hp'lerieis OthflOde1 H 10, 1 1un7strut n .
li 0on opollatic s IVES.. m In Rc P thenr th esefranchises0wela aup PNal 0So n 1g &I four" 714pWt,.

good-onlysfro Iena o oeenan orkRether-th lowt a- r Fedo e s Simlu-
T1I14 p a DowL- .;..von. The crack in the hoofn I thit, cific Divlsiorlal Softball League. dia with a ce 506. Cain was
the y should s e commission sucn a queamish touch. ast The re N Ordnance ys high forn with43 143 429 eek
Aton a Joint-Lc .... Committee to Study Horse Racing chalked p ten runs n the f ira 324
Jamaica as a bonus prop ton? and d a new t rack enough n two innis and added two more TOP TEN BOWERS
hemn with New to b touted eethe or te cosed betion would in the third thn settled back to 83 2653
"ison other meas o he publication ward off the repeated attacks of I Knkel 146 135 411

find ther m eao -to tPanidealawhichsfocedtto erenP im 18 173 176 4872-221
This was a blunL L. i :,r.-chies would be withdrawn Mld Pan Ideal which scored three 2 Chdnningham 1S1-3
I-e4pued.to othW s. '..L ..:, commitssionhas never gone this runs in the lower half of the 3 Huddleston 1 144 Each
can't weBut Ilet have ndi -.Li. comments at the monstin roft third t a hsix in the fifthand one in 4 Kennedy 1E-ht
ed it has muscle to f...repeal their rantoleabnd pressedov, wierto trouble sixth. Mot lsin to L15
is t6-be hoped the gentleilellLu not suffer a reoapfa ao coopers- yLevi Innis, with help from 6 tane 157-55
tive inertia and meek complaizance. 156-52 Eve
May I suggest that the comnmssion next turn its attention the mound victory. A. Silver 8 Kramer156-14
to the Jamaica track. Here we find a revealing. illustration of, the losing pitcher, yielded in the 9 Fiedler 156- 5
the monopolistic philosophy of New York operators. 'Literally, secondto Henry. 10 Torlan 158-41
hee I no auc thing O a Jamaica track. In the hyhenate ne vicWall Deor s colleted ten Wal Bait
asion so popular n the Big Town this track should be known to seven for Pan pitched foeal. Circ quiet Total6 148 434
as the aratoga-BelMont-Emire-Aqueduct track. Its stock is cut clouds werdelivered b Leonard Teams W L Pts. Pin e 1 5 46
Graham, Levi Innis, George Sea- EPSA 38 19 53 48701
uC four ways amonthTse four. e. R. McLean and A. Jules. Auto Cine 37 20 50 49021
PRINT 5TOCKOLDIL LISTT er r A ants 2151 38 405
This comfortable attution came about when the original The leading hitters were A. A. Painto s 28 29 38 48725
owner died and the estate put the 2-3, and A. Petit 2 14. C. Foard a 26 31 36 48458
than see it goto an outsider, who might be radically progressive, A'3 arl 33 1 30 4520
themselves. It was also too much a good thing to let get away. Team No. 5 231/2 331/ 30 4"4421
The ground-floor boys split up about a quarter-million In Isth. Const. 23% 331,/Z 28!j 47823
dividends annually-a"d it wpuld be Interesting to know what HSan Ford I
panhandling Saratoga does with Its, $40,000 plu. Andi in typical-His2 1 174Ford
ly monopolistic styl Jamaica is the worst r"r track In tow, le Nelson 177 208 13 29 5142
Wuryes. neroetpewi0.. Zornes 187 137 10. 490
tion? Why should the ground-floor lays be permitted to runT Handicad1 ( 108 L08 329
Jamaica as a bonus proposition? n't 0na track enog for Handicap 10 10 -- 324

prtas a, p 2 0 0 Hutchins iN0 152 134 442

Mercier, If 2 0 1 Schafter 91 140I 130 481
Hitchcock, rf 2 0 0 Cnnringham 157 140 1N 485
Mancdcap U I U S l.268S
17 9 Se-
MOTTA Totals M 66 M 1$532
Pabon, vb 2 1 0 a
Hermann, -f11, lb 1 2 0 Bennett 181 157 1I 476
Noewhard, s 3 2 3 loer 114 18 n $4 433
Polumbo, 3b 2 1 lrais 132 12 12 449
la r f 2 1 1 Id 151 11 10 481
W l, If. p 1 0 0 unkol 1 144 144 483
oward, c 2 1 1 dIcap 100 1oo1 100 s00
=Us, lb 1 0 0
0 0 0 otals 6"273 M.8793a6m
2 0 0 vs. ao.5
'O 0@Wor(B) 151 IM 2 3 71
B-eal.ty o 1 4 wo
_bse h ue: u1wo 141 110 146 451.
Staminmry: Two-M MU11Wt 1 4 5 Il
'eror, N o rO.Ward.Rey' 181 "I 141 484
oarea t. e.y T-, "ta 3 4 P 1 i
WA"-SL..a. ;lv a ni edher 11.M 1 M 1-6 8
:A.Cl-.t. ainGreenS -'re TM 1 3UKIem
Sign atom _,. gi JITin....30


oor record of 8:50.7. Reggle
Ing the mile is getting to be a

C.HS., J. C.
Ball Game
Rained Out
Lut Tuesday night's sched-
uled Interacholasi baseball
game between Junior Colleae
and Cr ntobal High Behool at
Mt. Hope Stadium was called
off on mecount of wet grounds.
The date for the playing of
this game will be announceed
later by the school officials.

North Carolina basketball coach
Frank McGuire could field an all-
New Jersey lineup.

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Tiger, .4

For the past four years it h as idE"t
1 teen our poeaaure to see grow ooIurt.
4i the Canal Zone one of the that Hig1
most outatandinK football play- sports in .Ai"
r.-s ever developed locally.... portant
for Jim Mav now hold the dli- than the
tinction of beinq the only C.Z. sang or
gri~lder on record to have earned ew that w
four football letters. We now can long bhe a
consider it not only an honor in this r
and a privilege. but also a duty Like in o t i w'
to take time out from the "Tl. achivl m so
eer Rag" reporting of Atlantic ness May 0A 'go
Side High Sc nool activities to of- .lOl nsbeen l of
Yer a salute to Jim MaY, fot- Cal jokers. Ca lvjy e s.
ball player, athlete and '- taken it. O -pt4 re]
around good spoi. shown hi ftu be a t
Readers of thid column mliht person,.
wonder why suddenly, and p-
Darently out of a clear sky, May During one balkAe. ] an
takes the spotlight in what s arroup of Itt p
ordinarily a report from the r1n with Jalwlm M
Gold Coast. Wel it is not sud- Club" writ-on It,
den and not out of a clear sky; game Masy au onfrohti@
it is an accumulation of. oUt- presented -thes. A He
stahding feats both on and off It and express Icts atlA
the playitzu field and court that, .or thl "Pan, yi"
Jn my estimation and in the es- Only recent d n the 4A
timatlon of several others who campaign for fudt for
should know. hMs achieved fr r March of Dimes a a osul
Jim a certain amount of great- C.H.S. students collected
ness for which he has not vet and offered it to t iunjf
received full recognition. would sing the OW W
To completely cover his sport- School song over the air....
Ing activities on the Canal Zone ne did without d6iay and te.
would be to repeat, only What ih fantile Paralysis fuS.and .
already known to every folloWer richer. Only an hob@vt'dR
of C.Z. Hil School actlvitila. other group. thi time froth h
Besides, I have not available at boa offered another $0 if
this writing the complete reo- would sing o Ba a soif.
words which alone. can do justice splte his basb=u9ee y'
to a record that will probably turned to the AFMRS tudi'
,tand unmatched for years to gaRin sung.
His basketball baseball and May has not ?et flabb
track accompl:phments cou;d high school career, he I$ 1
never come I'p to par when corn- lending his talUte -to bd
pared with his natural abilities and will mae hei seed
as a football player, but in each when tracki rolls arbu.d.
and every sDort in which he par- May and his coathes ecan
ticipased he was a great compet- be proad of his secomplubAm
Itor and never once can be ac- and "Tiger Rag" is proe to
caused of any unsportsmanlike 'well done" to the top Bal
activities Suffice then to say High School and C.Z. athlete
that his record speaks for Itself,
and I hope this story wJll prompt Japan leads the world in 1lW
Coach Fawcett and the Balbot la production with an avsr
HiPh Athletic directors in gen- almost 3,000,000 metric tons i
era) to dig uo the records and a year. The United States ra
sprinkle a lttle reminder a- next with 2,500,000 and Ruseli
round the Canal Zone. third with 2,000,000.


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t aners toath sio Ie suggesl -rtion y o L-e idea oefrt enon faterrin Howear. he d rib gted t to c r ticlahe interhse riouth
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J was^0.' wi ldsuggeitie fo tah Restn, seled ae thd c e otffe. Vb te bylyev staalo"( Ith0 w as-a t on2ac
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tifiecd TEn gNINPANAMAan at the igR P., THURSDAY. FFEo coUARYnf1 e4c s her members of atry on
A t ons of Ans e ic a dodt f rre is i n fh er t pocupaht Fotimais mntor e a na a p s
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the Plreut ieff was u naer n e u iit a officer p a theoet o s aid t a to-me n n t nd wor- n i
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_ e -land most o the l m n r heattoAmerican ,ons o ml -e- sa.eybinurrrena7 to A3erio than idtea at
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Athe ta r remedies suggested hae r pe et ses o l a int Ho.w train, hufore Se ur t y ms theymo u O
~II Scandin avhyian Po. rhis we n Soviat reslg miad- flastivorhatovatreyardoa.tstay i n *, a-eo
~o gedr r iom the use oa wonder BERLIN e. P Mm estr moe, o a ea w es tu s sfaamel- ll.ornea o th e thi weeat e

S lipc with tongue twisting ern dplomkts are gveing t"clo e ovof e giet Shi now undcaergoing ley- mdethC-.n,,h e ehur t1o 1hi2 s.. o
Ss m to the s.n le suggestion study" to tIdee a ofn r conferrceg tT ts ia le t at r a Is o on the Inlani the Afri c ao bM i t an
u dieentifed cEglishman. at the Bg Four conference on samdm tovoet misasio n b came a virtual tral ean m ts. e -o sc ta. .. le. .
One remedy fonrom America leoday.-p or nurehsonrforit occupants. P fnaIiInnthe Contmited ese r t er iiuro .-

tihere a ne .at umber orig in- The u' ndplom t ouean boitd lm Japanese p police said thae t Ru rmi iern uue S Are pf hdqt-, or
.ted, said th e Pope l i ndoubted- v nuchr top leave: meeting with Ias ans emerge d only in pairs, ap- ter3.in Ouaitemaki.0ty. T I etoJ:

Sl.coied be e ured by listening, le d in beae e te cant- di ce arentlvu ehne1n to guard eac- nh s MiE eb on(. )ro h t r
s Wt di spe ar instaot t igst Se ancr tr ofnyt ng e
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Thacabe spuentro anther rese Bid w ineu a hon-n h el-.Laentir o Bffef oro theatre hadietm coalition governcment d thewol.Localos-bPlp.
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st days. thePopeoainternatlionaleproblemsHe- was r tiuetedib y disturbled t he new regime.m wheren membewold rs o techurch
"ti these an s Latin fld een htlhrespective govergmentse in prniep- pearanp cDe rsrn e. upr y t pl
saftmnd r odertns sod fo trt or $p tt e ocfet sessionlatr Howesrl ai ed i t to i the ps oMorw e r lohu-rhit.a l
Seanol nd iPonai a bovf n w he thaseieeon o rn raasnvorov'ea d r rknled ogthree-year stay leed lt nigh by.tx- Pretmilarerl tree ythe
t-ioth er Ameican. whomos mete lfIcsVMus and some del e I s i oe Radi Teleop t a Aanwba id he Gel an G e- hd me l 0 a ro l
wne r sti'neldfur d t.e b believe ffaicit h fl FA pE NY oviet al t a Germa be n a ta e nc, y ni t .n
rek wibor llaRned inrefoa meets a .ehatblsmso a aTeialoy justsoaovrh BgF roenMitrorld conference on d rsarm ie took the occas lrt to lecture a t imadam r i 'h le m th perhoa
m pressK rfur right eMare w ithen Unt ~t Prers id lrlet ar e o a on in i e Molot a Zr an h er reporter. an t r .
P-.,_ t KRhnd and at the same doo rs no t 3 es bwd He denied that Rastvorov Iehdp of $ Mle hn

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UPtu wel disappear Instant-IfignfteoeBtrry Anthony aEden0uted Fludan polce ehief gotiations for o.n.n-Comn

r nd Froreinc beiht m erca eritnti Berla, or that he had sst coalition government t ato e or c hi
rd Gle is i amrGeorge Bd l ult will e Pafuse, at anyi e 0 e t'sa fr re reason to break with Co mt proi t 1 sis weren a t e m h o
sht last night andc hoped this time, to i tall, with Fed Chids muniPrm and seek political ported stymied todayover e
lt out of obeed thisafternoon v ngM antoreiehtery forEtt et9s am Emethemin t and n tonIt .ot s ar ro
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(anoredti rnoday.eInformedOvourcesna0.
th leehad re agnreede inn pri aper will kee printing lies a- rnts for a uourrthe
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t e c-m-d Pontiff who has been with the pCommunliq eion spe-y 5 o" d eh o h .. ellevind them.', pleted last night by-ex-Pre e

byte Sto macadae n e yde serdJ a ddetaincled Ru- the amused w erna aleadeers wether ae wretH mamabick:e .ri ni Va
t cdon t hi e for about 15 Lee He"OverodringverrithesBigaFouDemoreciratniter'aknsndthsaftheNwmerntaidcoaClokwosey
rmwa-con thnue or~-m e tmn:ererpathoiodgiatrcl d lower left are Ruioa'sn eromyo, Foreign MinisterM o loivn n aun ad the nrtl
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chreiven bto hist-e eli at u Nem l bri 'whether the want free el*e-Fon r but he made the sesson a Eat 1er Cyrubbere i sedau b' a 'm a c
eariesh of st ate for the ilrstn .ouea parley ri t h leadE I U rtons. fruitless one w oloth ridibulo sg momeuaxet.-w rerementdheldp. ne M- v the new
inee his physician, Prof. -rmgress. intthaelhoupeohydeaad-" eAmeril British e absd Frqhum lsroposahlts. uibelohto night to enrdstt e r b_ m uls s it
rdol t aleazzP -List i oaseredanociee llower-eveli dlI d samunJo- delegation moved into thea10thwa so rs e Mentv eonelo a reh- ....i sai Ionees t a oa the Isb' t u

-tyIts eaoliucnes 2acrir talks. n-eslon of the. bg Four Foreign Molotov admitted he did not end ure.T.other'1or1J t
sti u ha s pe i vs of eMeanwhile, the west agreed M-nisters conference at 3 p.m. want to discuss eleais t wi Zinke eand oe du n he .i a lie, i eavn
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mrbain to exert every effortntop(urarm.eESv tebetermined to force ands oIgested an all-Germ h e es the jbis bl n h odsyhot fi n wh l
%li abd been orspreeivinliMon-M r ace s proposal ora niwa .r t oft hetes i s'tday -that
s MoLnsaidMassiino hio hikehol of thernatanal minim um SA "ASOTA laWb4 pneoferbenterenaath tro a in e fo d loeyesh aendt s t o ucy. in his trtsso failedqislas tweekto foerm.au Cab-.longer.'hether.-"
dial on alternateudays.-But twon and find out once and 2r ori.oviet Foreign Minister Molo- defense community or unity wlttd no te Rpublicized.eu hey au6tnot-ya.o uostiv ILThelChrstin em ab r
callisd on him for about 15 oa fm ti;o u from his human pae- w ld befeet r whether a g ivensa d t
ahdetstw1today.3 bentrA'yeaterdaly a detailed Rua-M The amused western leaders--idshe sho
Pope ori sadthe executive councilortefo h.%anplan foraholding ther hopelsc- U.o ecrar y andhewould tared Jth e o sta s *ev entl evidence.,"O ObspaicalmOndton1r Premiere eiee eeviuus beedPwaltsthatou
o padd 'to get nut of bed brelroflyraoater Dulles, Bri'ashs horelgecdrunkennes,"the.councl said in office enirly last rmieonth and made nu ero sit
E afternoon to sit in the arm'esin f I |it 1-ay a c e | Slif of Totou-Ia -ec-etary Anthosiy Eden and reDiANAPOLtS, Ind., Feb. 4-- a report on drunk dravIng tests peveniyarsd the current Wr iI, to d Ne w Y or serla

:W1e te PoEA e's b ondcitianl assiu'' that was "too absurd" to a Dr- stawp in the envelope by misty.lVeeotmell sol it doesn't al- Giovaoni Grorfchi, Whoses
n v sa o o s r o iIsaai r O yeara o fneededeIs a free Zickefoose said he realized it at he can-t walk a straikhtline, hal-wl en-
Eeondsenieurg as simd Theasethe pceseratnont fledral conditionObelatieonstmromNoratgoesonacryigy wing
adopt t ildren osee any merit beinp drawn In a envelope just to r e i pr i e v e the jab, is. belligerent, has bloodshot former Amintore Fanifani,nw lrtttehr
has nComlmusti H ga i aIn h kou. haosalbeeneiARASOTA,ig oa., Feb. 4 LUPA) series of reLerenda." m eyes and is slouchy in his dress failed last week to form a
-J- ssape d'N Matys, hileo tenatonae ine tnamen ame Roosee and h istey te ror, Zitketoose got Alth1 m gh thMre is no specific sta- inet.
.641ate chat el since Saturday. wpage to $1.25 per hour before rin p roRin gn g Brons. the lt e areuited Germany ha efter from the Revenue De- tutor authority to beck up tests The Christian rkemocrPttsid'acos Unilvryreetlmal dfll
....I l aA d in his room by Fa- Secretary of Labor Jadmes P. timed out from his hupl an pag would be free to accept or reject portment. When he opened it, the now bwing given, the council said, wing would like ttotoat
t Robert C leber of Honleandr Mitchell today tiemts- Saturday to perform Cai teh European army, but Molo- stamp fell out, along with a note "in practice the results are pre given another h ulme to Iov
it priest who is In charge of a ttcheUT met behind closed delc ate brain operation on ce tov said theirideas were un- from the district collector say- seated in court and are accepted ern.
Pope's rrivtk archives. doors with the 13-member AFLparalyzed goroll seear and he would i ntrodu taohis in e vid e turn ed ence."

S An operating room was being A divorce may be the new goal
ENING TODAY: ENGISH VERSION OF prepared at te circus quarters of Roosevelt iniew of his wife's
"Thenwith all the facilities usually charges, it was hinted by attorney
"The Little World Of Don Camillo" a ie operations on hu-Samuef B. Picone when hesaid
mans, decision had yet been reached on
at the CENTRAL --changing the separate maintenance -
Cop Flunks aton.
The Infidelity charges were de-
Homework nied by Rooseviet Monday in a
lengthy statement in which he ac-
HAT.ILTON. Ont.. Feb. 4 IUPM used Mrs. Roosevelt of forcing
--A, police constable Ernie Snow him to sign the letters on "'black-
salent sound yesterday, a bur- mail" threats of making a public
glar rang is front doorbell scandal during the last term of his
bour. and gagged his wife, pat-. father as President.
ted his watchdog and fled with In addition to the nine women
$s3. listed in the letters, Mrs. Roosevelt
His four-year-old son, Buddy, nanied three others as co-respond-
who wants to be a policeman ents in her suit, with Roosevelt de-
like his daddy, watched televi- nying misconduct with any of
salon in an adjoining room while them.
,he robbery took place. The only answer Mrs. Roose-
-velt's attorney, Arthur Shifferman,
gth would make to Roosevelt's blanket
Brainwavelength denial was that he and his asso-
late attorneys would "at the prop-
NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Feb. 4 er time and place" produce evi-
(UP- -A letter from the ofilse hence to substantiate the accusa-
of Ben.G Oerge Malone iR.-eUv tio s.
puaftle n a clerks .until an A repft published in New York
checked srlre O sdls. A sovelt and his wife burned
The leat wse& addressed Ito he original ol the letter naming
sa*w. er, kilqeles aine women could not be confirm- -.
NA 40dIar" 9. e Wher .de in the case. eADDIXG OCRtRG9.,-1 g; *r0es
..OF .- C a to ker sever heard any- publican.conferg with obeit hisS
ag I e udi PS t 2S burning of the let- Lefoce trial we at,
wa-. Wp. ap ~* keeping both his wIts and I qu -
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