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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00285
 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: AA00010883:00285
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our Ab this week as
sohibtl": 'r'vlng
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an -1dI t.ourists t
la e. Abput 2900

Inhwe at overthrowing the this morlb y oth 20D0 aneru
^ lBasct German oVGpapengoIrs Mt tonight
.t .- according t.. Jriyt Tav
"lew, swearcn nd etti=a BAjeau wlrl, andgn their
le.1 owte weEut Itiperary.
d- al. the Soiet Wednesday the Queen Ber.
supply wag rnuiItW muds will i *n at Cristobal
n d-' -h abliu Mt paseawkrs. The
r epo x rted.a lhat s Ieave- mtMnight Wed.
.. .:s.ltop rs, need .
w.' t.o 1 j0,ow -Also,arri the rmme day Is
, %e. et*efn7y the Etapres0of Scotland, slated
Ute of a ptatoee me., to bring 209 tourists.
tton Breaun West,"
soit en agency. said the Ill
n zone food situation AF l. Usi UiII
U," and the Communiits Iup "- "--
ve to slaughter .1,200.00B u 1p If ial
AS"'i lt .fm or them Uup $I lcWi

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Calls for blood donors were still behn' a"
to aid nine men seriously injured Saturday.
fatal ex losion aboard the Norwegian sip Li'lt
14, Bel a. ,
Radio appeals yesterday brought about 100
teer donors to Gorgas, and 83 piits of blood
elected. .
Doctors said today they need from 20 to 30
,more -of Type 0 positive. Most of the injured ho i
type blood. I"
Five of the injured remain in a critical co
-while four were lifted as serious.
The conditions of Malcolm A. Callender, a
old West Indian ond Paul Morris, a 50-year-old
di'n were. report~ today as having "worsened.4
was previously reported as being. "satisfactory.'
lender was on the serious list. ,.
Funeral services for explosion victimnfl"
year-old American stevedore foreman, ame
mg. the arrival of Cole's brother-'iaw fr ,
toa ht. Coleis survive by his w
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a.m,, Wa.IMS up wi' uP a re.
ZondyTO yese whie he weit

Iares F
YWOO, Feb. 8 (P)-
aam bi4lqonde
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bai 1 #th..don't prefe

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a doesn't 'i~'a
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mes creasres blondes
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t. a was offthe
wer In, time to r ey.
The a cident, ocmed it 7:710
DL xs the pmers o nW loco-
mottiv were retrievinrg.Te gas
cable. The tanker 0W wa
iast ele i the los when
femo J. H. Harss, gave
we .sad tuoolpli Gaigle.
K Instructor, "rescued

5 1 5 Unt yter&.y theI
S o.ill oMt, a C ap-I- t pro-.
il to strengtheM th w
rshi.t of the UaUted 6st
and. empsasize Its -,ope or
country should 'call on
nternatlinmal conference of all
oan-totalhtarlan cotutrlbs to map
out the free economic prOdreas.
the council said. 1.
Other points Included placing
Italy high Ir, the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization leadership.
and using "our fullest moral and
political influence" to help settle
differences between France and


air-Thatched Expert

effoshly. indicating her opinions
may 4Wt ,be based on. scientific
"ai-.the 20s-not that I was
around at the time-peroxide
w n e s as t is
today. =iug tmepe-
n't a o ent they are
aw"- 6 d.
"'Per *at% mater, iybe there
weren't asy natual blondes
The stage star didn't hazard,

any guesses as to Wah natural
blondes are more plntiul today
than they were 30 selan ago.
She said It was a mystery to
her and that she Wasn't about
to take the t to .sole it.
"AbYhOw." he continued.
"when men did meet a blonde in
those days they amuade uite a
fuss about har. She was a rare
"Today. almost every girl you
meet Is a blonde," GQAol shrug-
ged. I

"Men don't bu. diamonds for
-blondes the way. they used to el-
ther. Taxes are so high these
days blondes probably don't re-
ceive any more baubles than
brunettes do."
.Carol is an arreting sight In
Srtrewd. Bhe stAnds well over
Sfeet tell without. shoes and
s a 'voice that oaoasionally
uuns like a trombonw during
mt ost hair-raising stpnzas of
Her prooe in vildting cine-
sma city w" to cut up a few
tMeahef with Jimmy Durante
nd Tallulah Bankhead on tele-
4IsIon's Comedy Huor.
. Oarl touched ber blonde
joks and admitted blondes in
wosral don't net aswnuh attBm-
tila as they wamlt. .
S"It doMnet she

still mrr brett. And
ene%_d 1 I -A q O a
to .4Kto a.
. A partial exulanatom she said.

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US Cmmuists' Cunning

B otsFB I's Task Tenfold
WASkINGTOhN,, 'e I 8 (UP) shows the mcreised difficulty Oay the ikitice Department iM
FBI chles J. Edgar eoover said withh whlh we are faced in try- revewwz for possible prosecu-
In secret testimony made pub- ,ng.. to banile these Investifa- tion th cas.of every person
4c today tat tM nimunis jts Lio,"'l p said. mentioid in 3BI reports on
are ge&tlau so ana it no "The Miveatigative burden in Harry ter White and other
takes 10 ag sa 4n of on, coverip ie Communit undr- alleged ,munst pes.
totof i ioundve ms"teei oIncreased tr"- Brownsj, iso said he was"te-.
gSinc1to pre al of top d as Is shown te tibly shoe d" k discover thAr
Comuns Jad. the act tit 2-v ere one aFent wastheextensive 194 FB report

party has
curity m
ests tIn a
the pursul
Hoover I

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rd old

'tg ead I

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Ifo i erl n ided for proper coy-
oerae, nnw reoaure as man
gs or 19 t reason of their
greter security ,onsclousnes ir,
cart out their conspiratorta!
artItle ."
Me uwhbde Atty. Gen. Her-
bet el Wnell Jr. said yester-
Jose Figueres Weds
Amerkian Girl, 23
SAN JOBB, Costa Rica, Feb.
S(~UP).- Jose Figures,- Clts
a .'s .AU.-educated Presl eatv
ra wMd here Saturday ato
second .Ani bride.- tta
K. Q 2S, of Yorkt n
U8feht_ N. Y. . .
The private ceremony wrs
perfImm ll by C*tee Amh-
oiPsop Ruben Odlo Herrir
Mariano mIgers, father of the
47-yest-old President and the
brde's mother, Karen Beck
4W pr sponrs for' the
.nk=1 previously v
rkd. to fnriette at
Birm ajBn.. Ala.. from wh
be wa dtboread Jan. 1. T
me e..hlu ., t s. aOd
A~lAw We sia- d -

Witne aaa soviet espionage -n
the altJtA States was among
0,000 "loat'" documents recently
vtrned up.I a mass bouseclean-i
Ing of the Justlee Department.
Blaming "asllrhod" work by
Sst Democ'*atic administration&
he declared that tile PBI doeu-
".ents ha4 jr't been "pushed in
a deal; drawer" and never gone
through the proper lel cha-i
nels of the.deparments crimln.-
al divitsin.
Brownell made the statements
or the CIO, television shoew.
',Man of the Week," after m
House apprupriutlons subcom-
nilttee releu*ed testimony show-
$air that Asit AttM Gen. War-
rnm O)ney t the same story In
secret last December.
BrwwI wid "ai an. many
names" were covered in the ev-
nausteve r l]t prepared by the
#1I in 1i nm RusDan yigs
In this soun"try
Asked if t1 Jutue 1eaeIrt
rnet asi*sidet dau Im .-
irise aglal "t ay /1e per.*
aSw, M r 1pe.~ eertaka-
Brownel aid m e O61 the ea-
es ame "ex.remf laup iartant"

-v rdp' moved to the "sx-
pi Val ye bbtage with only the
chief mate aboard. Their prime
pupoe will be to make the ship
a f. 0, ..
260d9Q1 iq, Iiry Teconvend
,'it ,*'rttW. after an all-day
eusion yesterday, i t still could
throw no light on cause of the
It was known that explosive
xas emanated from a shin-
ment of sy beans stored in
the hel, adjacent to the re-
.frigerated rooms where the
explosion occurred.
The boart's findings will be
submitted to tha marine direc-
tor, and probably will not be a-
vailable ur.til testimony from
aU the witnease is taken.
It was begevel today that thie
notified is Iflyinm to the Isthmus.
From Washington came a
message of condolence to
Cole's family from Gov. John
All 16 of the Injured men werp
.art of a Paname Canal crew of
stevedores, technicians and su-
nervisbrs put aboard to unload
re ted stores after a
lre whic hioke out in the e.a-
gine room shortly after mid',
night Friday
An emmergrne crew of Gorgas
nlospital dqctorr were working
round the 6cock Saturday aWd
yesterday t., give the injured
men immediate attention and
Many nurEes volunteered al-o
fLr the extia duly. Two doctors
are in conswint attendance t-
day In Ward 12, where all of Lhe
men have been transferred.

German Sailor
In Hospital
With Hurt Back'
. A young German sailor wlbc
Icldentally fell' down in be
bold of his few day# ag' wa., in Oorges Hm~-
ital tada. suffering from bakk
However. -the conditionn of the
sailor, Max Claussen. is not con-
asidered khay.
blau It frem tb Dt-"h
Line's W Melm Durn k a M p
Which is la in bal today. The
rAte arrived here
saturday aoht, when Claussen
=wtake at, own& for Ai-

en,o f La ik.
Four continue |be iin
condition, de te
seven are sa Udimtry." .Z
The induFtrls&'vI*slm
which this morndf t e4-
tt-e ship will de ex.et
what must be dqne to amlh.
vessel. safe.
Although there wauim as
.lon how long their wm
a spokesman sae ,:.
dump eargo if ftei .'"
are carryLaR special
equip at, -

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Of 15 ND.
At brief s wmpUo
nmand atereimot at
terms. FlfteeLth itag
chis morni.a *Wr 4
3. Miles, tAumed w
the Matrict
The cefte
the milUtary
brook Air Pu
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O; Ul "" priv a ey that they would' be sor--. 4+V '+ -

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14 N0n PO N " 'R T .: P 'R""S. "1 ,

A I L f o, f Walte Reutr h n s wn
j the balance of power to iflm whe
f iT Mmiillr s*M 9e iocre fum r modelss at The Pinumm al.urc he needed it to become CO paae*
ag.e.. s lam. arm received g.1efull en e audi ts ep ^e. 1 gosi. dent In '52. .ed
"i- t9e,0 a bubl1e4 lei rhe r roe wen Th ere a n r e well orm esm o h
* d u e s mm j erg pm l lsb e lett he i m td u# te Cpf l pa lengtr hervative bavid M oea l d, head b .
I dm vr I, kt e g w r. es isa l, li emi tede w p pop ,,em ei e of the CIO's Stel wo rkerS Union
ThiE aewunapes essm s reewspe lbllitv Iqt Sltaele ents as opiile s 90 4wd l < a e ont out that -
-.-i n u l iseuu e.mee so athey are talking about CIoN as a na- a"zteJto-gw"', e d ene- .h a se
'Y *POU HI II- tional organizthatheyionand not the te ki
p w r. ut most a iakel th ": "" l' "wcm I
bdso n ow this dramatic devl.
,' ^I adee some a reeloytsit l u 's7 h e 'e .a ';

eth e balance of power to 1m t owhn t a
6^ IIL a W are re u BIg l tisTglly end a rgr BBiteos Io il ti- dent in '52. -. ," I .".,:,h ha, a+-Ey

command of thir s im agre e that aa. t

BB>McDonald, t waid.g lg effect, paeA
"4 wow are Published i6othe 6"lor es twe ean nRouher and t heMore @ at ".pr@

b yt'lto d e a l w t h ei W h ite l i da d ,6l. .ea rl" aes -o. 3 i e bphi nn9

o' ofletter wl I wd there l pbod leaders. btlwor U cS reis, i.t.o-h O p AU neio-
the pwr o ay eela t hsat Ul d tt nel -Sl.-+'ga s! opno W l do! mea h eo

s ulst e n m essO111 l t o alwan lo I nt r out
t eCorp e with alk president $ ioutt t l as a n -
don'to rus
o i rap r t with Anoe oa h du tryJ I f i iare tont hea e Ten w iIt- oai h ie w

be ,e th e at o us of CO a a ath Ikecsr a w e te ete holi a n te or
p- otcaCesunons theseleWR s S e l t ed
SW o4tlua t o ni et v ldu to.r t P1 bup; t he "n ,gow

t l, p a ..t ,lon chie .. e t i e eepnb g
S 24lte Whithoeouses ig de y t o y a a f a oft t h t ou gg
rationF Inead Ali

tieCM Myad hr aree be eve at s t Md hs a1 ty ofJ MtalS hrow to e c t tha m a re a nos and o 1B e ding a f e agh e ht t h a 1 of lp u s o to
Sop alnt Is outit n i to ne t

1.1.17 h Reh eler end thoCo.Ifnd w Ai*u 11e R ehe ye ut at ow
Last w k, the i tey lwhri fkr'a wm,

o red union onn our moast estri e N ta the lopo s a W"*ith th e .7 g
industry gave their ht e cfaet e h mt

aniMcDonald,i y twa s i nut to a m ac t to ado- .n a vr N -
"SS^9" *1''lrm rtM~l wll~lth A l an li do A ria. ' '" a bheienb"i tis a. i olpo "onoi" e. I._..yy1
vote ot confidencelogln d1 4u1 nS

th v *n h e r e a t eothersie labor leaders. 8rd ,he V. o w t .t hvehh. th e ltai bnn which c ar o .r, uI t i I
S r lMcDonald rh 'thu w entoln withvhis he mt in nig I *.at ft-Z 'o n
the atour of the plants o U, I t11 a esi s ea rch of an5 eoi ttt sv .oir..
Corp.W ith its. P sa d ep t i .. ..ho r

gae all other ^whetherI one Ao A daminarptarkamactheslocus a
shing bi gIeo tee w so chaewstern te tlas, i l b n l.e the epublan o
S espas s s o u y ea p uar d mbar, MaDonn n eu eo ; .. ite Ioe ve or '
i. t "iit 't ph wr ht ht ete L nistle 'ps t ea a la.str as u a Msil an in 5 toi me Idotnto. lal d 1aet" t d n

. .uw~m upetbuttperesu 7 asw nr t a!oa'ztA Tumi d Oa* Co e e in A. ad a W (epti? to ugrlo ta hv ouldjthte wi utl aw G s,'wl p'6
woo the e e rhanl la where elag. ti e tpe imst, but tAi he pj if batp s h
alba.i ht I trst ol p l a ndt eotpr e S a ti te*. r s v.t w l o -ah ea e nh
-p, "'e tq n *r b t we .w T eti e-e le b 4eeet of -o vidt l__ e a sio f

Mc on*ed iwitt1bethqtlu d-ter r t t dewiton
. A le.n W f ri s inn opeens-then, ph mbly in-. . .' 'na t.. .e p o .
' m iner t o r.s,,w aouse h e ar st is bThr oo.w o ,n hi m an" s tou re a m ale asvpe4o r n e m r a oat

New* 14dS whmp p i ;w bS gte le-i,16W sprtivgeonlabor j c im& games.a lost trg iop, on Capid a t s ewa n t a ubont
f n n e tl n PrA~ eq1,300,Me0.n Steedlworkes' ttt esAt? a k J a r u Si i sZias "'
... ... I- ...:,r e t er uo, Rthe.CI U O teoW p .:, ,,. , a, t a te i T Ee l AoTsLee ($p a

.ea a t ,. .ie s 1 Won o leo r esdb.. a..... ut t.lreeewRepubllwminhpavn,*rao
sagAmusesa st p rTw'hs -,las +ion Dec+ip I gri-l We ohr etA a u thoey w v wlt-whdt te J"ai:rla w Coo t A t
An r to .. M urPreviouss l "Puzzle1hetrIiA,. tr w1 a 055alIlIo o h s ea e b ortea
""* ,. ,-. ol i t*? o r ua sr fe r ee, -u ab r b t iTo h
-S ed t a ,.Auns Recve wry 'doing fins

t" a l- .Action:Cos e.~ e aes, devi theopaged s 4r n. n. ItofsnowUrloutssaslhtciheesnl po,,nr. s.t a

anwhimosi Vtor- andPeterRo eu O wadn p *** o
enotlttyTof M erelte- e koodbtAa-dmandnowan. o mtntaer atgl Ike, phret s .uso oitopl We.

1-.)4MDonald, t hese re anete u g dosess
1.56 Wadet 3 Wt t .n e toward alnWit e ous.1...o m'ON-?,te 1e I bII ho ve u d hWaO Of- ig i bwstoeh cwr.
1-. et.- ..Ln ... nd & t h,.u, In Preidnto sna a"t o hPround :Ao i o1:er az iathe!-patron turoqn ofthded ohr gr e .tohelo rtwcotu

A.W. byI. aaa4a.i a r ealA. the haer .uf e xs r .- ina on s i th oeramyi/Ountr s theinotreaastil;.opon out)r1
.t a eaowautodm feo ausfi visits to ao eah-s, in snarch of Gwhether one od tuaunrks, aer, bthe hloeeTust awu p leewrvAb:e1 1 a
t im e g o -,,.tu a mt ha h 4 3dIbA ST.a nee w o4i',ar e , ,O,,Do a es u w n h s m a teoe,, ,t

.4.seS$iutIntashpone c o to wd o I Iprea d popularEddmanpwte.e Mlatn aIIr' thJranwe tiovebe alr .tod tl he ,4u1ea ra 'esa

P RIO$part Th eVnrbe4td.bpMi; against teb Administrakiationntna--oane fou geaHrd t r a f s entor
_t he the e White un as W ANtheO1N Ab:te)IteW fore me aoth t4lo i. lt
s ider he bntt.foeett lm ip. lit.1overn t oeeeto u*

otn8, burt taehoeu ault wctto sgocred- th BlmenoueTurned eg m ioutnister Di aid smoaine At 'a ith ug i.r Eu S "y=..
n j 4ts a s MaxIn. s a o t s tr ua' r n U t o ,0# t s n e, us i'.so e. goep up; bu

1, w5e 1W I _rt hig o f thisn e ortheer. on h tnaoilemwrldW toc 'w. Ia i bu. thrt Aust iltl o ma!,- t trade *n aee w k o buttering up h wy x
b-sbiitaetr en odsebo Is crkcn doo na wpit Ao v str I t h t l hit e avaer-y nhin te I a a.r Cagp
.S men callklh ete fmtr p1ed 1m b e n ethO rm t i t u ni ce-h s a M c ntry as t l ute s en es of m o
aw wo tin mudadpeace treayaV end al traill! h t. 0 fir

0 `411 Aie o l o l tl isca ho a, I 5.pll is tt t ed. stories whd de trd es l .aton s pe a t w ne, o pt h rs a lw e

m ,nperthe b uhos o tie Wa, l n Q e air m uiAd -rewo t o e Ie .o e s I
"A tertist. It-pre Wea kens U nioy.cer e, in.thiiHsl d .St !sacerecenyo npeo le w er ito an d to o r sq vs19 'yC us t sna e f a m r n me"

tf*U P Ii aPuo gtt O,, f o r i g n drm s eo. ..-
xn mmim o ms ed laW ce tie 4.. --.,t mitish, I
o w "p m d u e uy0a s mh tI i d ".
a nonD oibter m3 to p cli wilteot th e t tiltbpt possi ble ana m i t ee a m ai-eer e n t io
spe.ake d 00w r. hott e wr ig int muther. tew u l l0la sea a ..
N e w 'Is. 0 h ota 4w h ole te s thwh asr_ _ _ _ _ _ __,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __,_ _ _

's i.sadvice on t a borti.m53..t""no'thin@,
a fan Iit a e l' e ll a Ws-h p di i0 4 4ate r vrut e utA l l k t h et l tilc p e a ete aiagA d1 3]-t s- __ A i m e d e l e c tWo, '_usI7
o:sv ryeaGp s a. m a.douis p

seamy n AW-4nd Jim Mitchell Austria 5s5 3no do p Watwa emaabilqpd in the vest, tent of the Yote-
knla bqw to tAi to militant recovery is -spitse o V t qI ,. --ism ill
---w er. n's eblll.d them most pationof 0.* e Jlas IIdustryI at lag h
a 4- ..+ 'of hi, prof ,ln,.,Jio. .Pit m, ,@ ','.----r ., .~+
abepoain -and a a sss89 p"10. 40 in way Vol $so SMOR her
1.0. .JHe'l bI e Pt fsli t ElseMnhower's of oil up to ie .wisi. im eyh IQ
"personal business A ept rigbt tune of ov s=- was kilt up.
there in Ruther ttory. A er Austriam now wunt the sz .. tris i oy PdI t7 e Unlun hpok
that, ceritli,y, no Iriend of the out so badly tlt they e Al a e daa bs besq th le i oi a
White bouse can be a friend of to pay an additional 110 phper e nt l eal s ses eltf AI It'',
,op so pr ll in it MNVW N h
Sr Reuthsr. to settle Ul sianmd. to sieal import. Heav Ma. c ar the i bam 4
Tremendous snaants cI#e ta arWal goodss, sit forced sto row"e
ery, vehielem, tentings and rW 1314kaasl heeps.B as (
te rials h a v e b e e s ta k e to R u es a ss ten S o v ie t ba n b oo m w e e
D .Ipo Week Shig ry, vehicles, t..o,.sen ,raw U 'tim,,c.ts..",lst
Att the s 00 m-r sil* Iasegleintr4w a q.
Dina.. khdUa have operated a saoem *tt io lea a& t1 Cllom.Mn1 a
VINIW IL~U UWUU owned stemo wijPIE V-,q old'ieMtemplewode -teIs a
sold Austrian* ro romWp .levels,.lu, .,l d l.btl '
to a customs duties or taxis attry teal. WI
for o. All themethin& ,,aebean Via ad, co
7aIn complete ad eawes
... a "." .la
It- to astheforth, the f n Plains.Ofei
-' :--<,< "' qlk ia norl e to be hl~d NA ;ntwant goI4
Aee sn e TO For ustria.
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1ic m ic"kerits nd employes in f
pcmuing,. retoot ld trsiuportation industries.

um W eoHe wdeeare tthat
o tI 'per cent of aise
mnff jn estgl

Sson^ m bInc which wreo.e &4
SI to. ifoundatioz of our p
a ^^H te .dz tratci tcinl structure," of V ad.
tw up s ju t because we. are
d provide rfession that we must mi
10.11oaW l c3-lirpmptly to quarastee fi
d amn y incomes Adraise
-purehasing power of city wo
Mue'"iI4ma s "fantAs erg."
s, c report to Murray declared the 75-e
hisxea onjn a iIn ~minimum wage i1 compilee
Congils-ivy. um .rutmoded." He said average I
"4he r od at iw$,Me when tcry wages have jumped $
th ilk 1 10. O Mre tlhnce 1938 while the minim
abe Ireportwage has increased only
Blhthe 1imid I e report cents.
-th, eis hsb h een Murray's work week prop
Sua f.'admn~at.atlon .s I'yould redmce weeily work
e opil to aise hour to ft % hours during
i 'age .1 tfOr -au first two years after it beea
Ia olaw and to 35 hours a w
?e!.sSf l d.tot el thereafter. He. said such red
- 1 Iot.now co- tlons are necesary if the nal
htoIr. to have full- n cployment.
ww& st i anMouciay M 'bill wouldPII
hisidL r Irt. ngwnal fuir labor atandards act to
'e S Lpra s p persons worktI n"activi
e'.so slt fa pe at affection .mnece' r a
iM lb Ili* m....ices_ than lust' tbhe engaged in cC
r merce or production of good
a- lso would elmniate present
jelv hmn WrW y M ematlons for food procem
,arge-secAle hotels, chain s(
i .st A (Offi Ge ng and renuranta.
'D i Jd n' l ers AFL Warns Against
vaU~ .....lI[

R GT "AFB,' Germany
_.Ttb I American serv-
iremna n .Surope worry moat uo
bout, g "'Dear John" letters
from home, haplains agreed to-


die Il here

Si d home.
3. The al te of their
loved ones.
"rt wrecks a man's spirit to qdt
a, letter siged or unsgned,-
rpmorlhg tfat -IE 'wife or girl
1 1 is runiln around. said
WaJ al. W te vU n Lak* For-
set,. L, Cathcll haPtiPO .at 'he
so &Irbafn tormanny.
ae-.e from hie& abso-
lU ~t":a gy,"= slaid Col.
.ZieM l, ehief Air
Force haplan in Es-
r he's absolutely use-
ie to the IMiMroe.-
The chilla, 9,greed that ne
teMage na "adjt1 pret-
ty teal" to the differences of
6eu9t0m nd Iangmages in Eu-
rope. -
"Some of our men gripe now
d thead a few go wild for
women and liquor." said Maj. H.
.Tohn Donnaey, Cambridge, Ohic,
nnt plins of Tempel-

R though, that we
age goup that
stsit~y suente largest
lm i f "us ?," pointed
tIS Air Vof.. Jewlsh chap-
for FrasMe L Col. amuel
Ii New Yat. "IAthink it's a
to the-younx American's
c_ i oe and self-
a e gets on so
I~IT t f 'a--greed that
W" or BritalM.
ys l}1' *~s^^S Cy^ De LQa*
x ^^WlvV u ^SXauSX d

-new LOOK tomlni
Gul Of Russia


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MIAMI BEACH, Feb. 8 (UP) -
The American Federation of La-
bor's Executive -Counoil, warned
-today agaliat. the "new look'!
coming out. Of Malenkov Russia
and outlined a 10-point program
for the United states to
atLgtheu, tt4 world leaderMshp,
STne couneil, holdU ,Its a-

to appoinD t a Ispeejj adviser- o
International economic and so.
clal rearmament.
Such an official, with author-
ity to co-ortdinate this country's
efforts to promote worldwide so-
cial and economic progress, the
council said, would emphasize
the United States' hopes for
This country also should call
an International economic con-
ference of all non-totalitarian
countries, the council added. The
conference should concentrate
on forwarding the free economic
progress of under-developed a-
Another suggestion called for
including Italy in the top lead-
ership of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization and the use
of "our fullest moral and politic-
al Influence" td help settle the
differences between France and
Italy and France, the cotncin
said, are "now the ipeclal targets
of Communist subversion and
Moscow machinations."
President Eisenhower and this
country's allies should share
atomic secrets on specific proj -
eats even before full scale nego-
tiations with Russia on the Pres-
ident'o atotmlo peace pool pro-
posal, the labor chiefs said.
Other foreign policy, proposals
of the council included the in-
ternationpl boycott of materials
produced by slave labor and dis-
continuance qf all "direct and
Indirect assistance" to the-Latin
Aerican "dictatorshps" of Ar-
geta. Guatemala and Vene-
zuela .. '*

it -on0nrmity with Article. 13 of the Article of
{Of.d by direction of the Board of Direo-
tore, Oi -. ry OGeneral Assembly of the PANAMA
SAW -AND Cp. IN.- (Banco Fiduclarlo de
/ wlt Ih l.d it the company office,
t tr PapMi City, at 3.o00 p.m. on
Friday, .Fbri"ry 20th,. 1954 in order to consider the

o*"-^ d:-'of Directors.
SStatement and Profit
S. lAat t bloae of business of

' 3-What the shareholders propose.

Panama, Feb. Cts64.


1,13. !eorU~ry.


of riterm

ho A
One who
The othba

this department store I ..
windqw4 with a eook-loklng4
not liking it, Is tarl J. Rbo*k.
rn thel-

t .-ahead ort e m
ma.,. decorated amq of *4
. AIso lootkrzg edI, emd
it many Thxacwml.-a
vs-twmpentuwg .. '.

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-hi-fi Juke boxes. They're definite-
ly being. considered by New York
Juke bex operators. It'd mean san
outlay o around a million to con-
vert them all, but it would be
worth it.
Just imagine-you could hear ev-
ery last cycle of Jimmy BRpd.
Lloyd Nolan's performance' in
"Th ine Mut Court M tial"
I been hail'dm !A gifL tids Plat

neurotie wreck. He disintegrates
before your eyes,
Nolan modestly shrugs off his tri,
umph, and says most of the credit
should go to his nerves.
"You see," he says, "I had the
part memorized cold before the
was nervous anyhow.
"So what I did was remember
all my own nervous, gestures, be-
cause Queeg is suped to be
nervous, I just- copied myself, so
the gestures are honest. -
"By ow, of course, I'm com-
pletely calm. Calmness is an ene.
ny in this part. I'm so calm I can
almost think of other things while
I'm acting. But those memorized
gestures make it easy."
Another thing that makes the
part easy-remember, this is No-
lan talking-is that he's the pivot
of the play. -

"The audlene2 does your acting
for you," he says. "Even when
you're offstage, they're thinking
about you, waiting for you."
What make the part tough Is
collars. The stiff Navy collars cut
into his neck--he had to make
many quick turns with just his
head--and he's been trying many
different shirts. He thinks he's got
it licked now.
The last time Nolan was in New
York was when he was appearing
as TV's "Martin Kane, Private
"This," Nolan says, "is an Im-
provement." '
Patti Page is going to Japan in
April. "And she wants to take along
a Japanese version of "Doggie in
the Window." She needs transla-

Anybody know how to bark In

Show business children can b
pretty quick on the come back
These three stories should be prel
ty good proof:
1-The 7'-yeard red-bfted T
acter, who came in for a balmt
to exclusive Madison AVi-he-i l
stylist Mark Traynor. Mark asked
the boy, fjst to mae eowfversatmim
"here did you get that red haIr'
"It came with the bead," sab
the boy.
2-Jerry Stagg did -ea e W
WISpg for Eii -
NBC-TV children's .ioLram,
Ia-year-old daughter a a'
.ruh, on Boy and tben'
was family crisis t Mad
that Daddy's sno1 m X be a W "*
same tse as Roy'I, "What =W
you jo?" asked Iddy.
Wsm s *,It .
d,-r always eage" it

q,^eMd, wwv :-

SAll punsters have a fraternal In-
test n ABC-TV's "Rootle azoo-
tiei" which features Milton Kaye

s w i teeem -somebody
named Jy.D4&d4,Daofl, whatever
tat ibe,-eppeared oA thb et
i r
with .a An Kay or, uized
S w*vith "Pale Huds I

Dxter ot eNA Sleed,

IIn HAley White Case
The Jutlee department -i re-
viewing fbr possible prosecution
the case of '.vtv person men-
tioned in reports on Harry
Dexter Wh=t and other alleged
'ommunst spies, it was disclod-
ed today.
Asst. Atty Gen. Warren Olney
also told Co ess the extensive
1945 MBt.fipart on White and
Soviet e*oag in the United
States waS among 20,000 unre-
corded documents recently turn-
ed up in ne housecleaning
of the Jauste Department.
In testimony taken Dec. 8 ani
made pu.llc today, olney said
further .tt the JZudth -Coplon
case has n t been "closed out'
&nd the former government girl
may be prosecuted anew if there
s "suff9clent leal usable evi-
ce To. late prosecution,
he again asked for a law to per-
mit use of-wire-tap evidence in
spy cases. .

Olney, head of the Justice De-
partment's criminal division,
Mold a House appropriations sub-
committee that copy of the
FBI repot 6a W OWpy rings was
sent, to _ornMer tty. Gen. Tom
C. ClarkI of t in 1945 but was
not ,seen.by W1 .-MFoley, head
of the-In.Ateal e ity section,
until last September.
"It was the ame way with the
speciaJ report~ oHarry Dexter
W h e." Khe "'M,. AMl.so, was
never seen ad never -reviewed
by the in .n a' security section.
'WE~e po.*K t cfaurse, going
ba&k aa rerlsWitjg'tbe =tlvid-
U .aLa M- eover,4 oe of these
ple who w mentioned
COSey anW peter Justice De-
Owinnt e htuolaA tegllled be-
foi thea subeoamittee in con-
nneein. w thp. department's
a G.a16 fei te new fs-
cal year.
Atty. Gn. ur~bt Brownell
Jtu.it,.B rnP eni had
Prod at '.lt e hrtpersons as
^s~kpurnkrts'.f one
w then the

W' be. to
drw .i rneh

,e 'ta 11t-theP M . had

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prisons an
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4t ft
tplan. to

Ala for pbgglble
skimall, officials
id there la little
tO to ree the A-
they hope the
Oided Into actln
oi world opinion
Btalte -can dra-
ultrnfaw. palf-.










'ral sR with ef-
.forts to ericans
known U hnd the
The ent dis--
closed IS t has asked
Ruosia to. A more Amer-
40ana said O held in Red pris-
ona cam ps. D are William T.

2., a ie a Noble
of Detro
04- ftly arrested by the
ON 0i were Richard Ap.
S._...atnffS Broa4dcasting
C 'f 6d IMd tofnoer
xzon. e-,We Serv-
ice MAX"IL and BSen
.tarm. a m_ nt sea cap-
tain. ;_- +
They were seized' aboard a
yacht off Hong Kong last March.
The Communists have erected a
curtain of absolute silence a-
round the fate of the three de-
spite repeated American efforts'
tb find out what happened to
bo i.e officials have suggested
Red Cnta trlmay be holding these
three AMd other Americans in an
attempt to blackmail the United
States into agreeing Ito a Big
F i ve conference Including a
Communist China. The West is
flatly opposed to such a meeting
al this time,


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Short Long Sleeve
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Both sides vul.
Sath West North Eat
i 10 Pass 16 Pass
1 N.T. Pass 2N.T. Pass
3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead-V 4

you are a defender you
sometimes discard in such a
y as to deceive the declarer,
though you may also deceive
partner. Similarly, when you
the declarer you sometimes
or discard from your hand in
a way as to fool the enemy.
Much more unusual device is
discard from the dummy for
purpose of deceiving the de-
ders. This may sound impos-
since the dummy is fully
exposed to view, but the feat can
;:be done.
When today's hand was played
.in a recent team match, one de-
larer relied on -probability, to kim
g1Mret. W et opened the four of
hLtrts, aM East heod the firMt
oelk with 9oeking, East returned
the iae of hearts, S uth play.
iag the .., and West won with
the Jack. Wlat oem returned na-
other heart to force out 'the aia.
The decINr ,ip the first room
discarded w a of'en mdIflMOId
-from the 'dunaiy on the third
od of heart, knowing that he
eould not need a diamond trk
and that the contract would deo
Sped on a good club guess later
He then ran five rounds of
East saw from the dummy's dis-
:-oard that diamonds were unim-
abprtant. He therefore discarded
';qee diamonds on dummy's five
himdes. He knew that his nibe of
imubs wasn't worth saving, but he
-a1so knew that South might have
a. club finesse to guess.
Aftr running the spades, South
to decide how to play the
.- M. He knew that East had
started with only five cards in
'' bades and hearts conibifled. The
eances were very good thst'gast
std started with at leat four
clubs, in which case it was prob-
4tl6 that East had the queen 6f
Acting on this reasoning, declar-
4.r cashed dummy's king of clubs
.jad then fliessed the jack of clubs.
FWst wnm withthhtd .qesm, of
coursee 'and teak the rest of the
6 with good hearts and the
'p japtonda. South was there-
at'two tricks.
'. A.t e .s Mtable the bidding
Were the sae.
OSdaof heart, hw-
d aer discarded a low
bfroa dutmmy. This made it
Fp though he was not interest-
cwlubs bt as though he was
.rebtd in his bid suit, dia-
When South then ran dummy's
p,'* s, East decided to discard

of discriminating against Japan be.
cause of World War I aimosl-
ties. Though there und0btedly ex-
ists anti-Japanese feeling in that
country, Burma in late 1953 was
among the first countries to accord
Japan equal tariff treatment with
other countries adhering to the
General Agreement on Tariffs and
Trade (GATT).
4. Japan, which lost the rice
fields of Korea and Formosa and
the mineral resources of Manchu-
ria in the Pacific War, has been
buying heavily of Burmese rice.
and when Burma rebuild its in-
dustsres again, wants Burmese cot
ton, tungsten, tin, iron ore, lum-
ber and petroleum as well.
5. Burma, on the bthek hahd, Is
in the midst of at. ecobpm re-
habilitadon program. It JOust re
build its shattered transportation
and commun i c a t i o n systems,
petroleum and mining industries.
apanese are confident they can
supply the machinery, equipment
and- technical know-how But-ma
needs as fast as the Rangoon Gov-
erneat can Adoe* peA e AtA
or* to the'cqutry. ..
The one development which
more than any other caused Jap-
anese hopes to soar on the posai-
bilities of trade with Buftlna was
the result of the interntim nal bid-
ding for locomotives, .rolifigstock
and rail equipment on 'which the
Burmese Government invited ten-
ders in 1953. Twenty-five per cent
of *te total orders, amounting to
$5,760,000, went to Japanese firms.
Tokyo immediately began revis-
ing its views on Burma as a busi-
neng client. Today, it iS' one of the
key nations In Japanese plans for
building up "technical coopera-'
tion" relations with neighboring
AslaR countries.



* . ',.

TOKYOb (V, -pan, harried
ints attea .-build the na-
tion's waa ~i exportt ecano-
my, rula^ Qirina today as one
( the tlgM. pts I o an other.
wise atad picture in the

Bu $k 'k.vernment of-
ficiaLiIz VSt this post-
war lor source of
rice fo'Vrlaot s and poten-
tially an important source of min-
eral ore, cap also become one of
this country s best customers.
This is quite a reversal from the
pre-war relationship of these 1wo
Asian countries when Burma and
Japan were, at best, only nodding
acquaintances as far as trade, re-
latIons went. But the basis for the
optimism f Jappesep is :not
far to seek. 'T i xreasoqing 'can
be summed up CF. this:
1. Burma, despite war ravages,
is, with Thailand, one of the few
countries in this part of the world
with an export-surplus foreign
trade and a comfortable cushion of
feeflgn exchange wl which i
pue tW forig gools. As a~
suit, it has relatively few Import
2. It has taken a trade policy in-
dependent of the British Comr -
wealth. In I- M% the Rangoon Gov-
ernment aboli-bed the tfe. ntalS
taiff fot Comg. o w lt loe coun-
tries ad tall.hedla bingle-rate
tariff byiten.
3. Burma has shown no evidence

clubs and hold his diamonds. This
was enough to tip S6uth off to the
location of the queen of clubs, and
this declarer easily made his con-


Quicker Than

~ mum ssi

Be Sure Will

.. .v.

Native Austraan MUm C'c

Cited As Most Primitive.

SYDNlY,-.Australia (UP)-The
primitive must of the Australian
aborigine maye provide the hey to
the secret of 6e beginning of all
music, in the Wlinlon of A. P. -El-
kin, professor -of anthropology at
Sydney Unive ity.
Eliin has nmde two expeditions
iqto the heart 6f Arnhem Land. On
his second trip he recorded secret
religious Asqngs heard before by
very few while men. Usually only
the elders of the tribe are allowed
to hear them. "
"The music of the Australian
aborigines is completely different
from any other music within my
experience and is probably more
primitive than any other in the
world." Elkin said.
"It is quite unharmonic. Any at-
tempt at singing in harmony har
been exceptional. There is no at.
tempt at counterpoint.
"The music, of course, does not
conform to the European scale of
notes. That is what makes it seem
strange to ears accustomed only to
music based on our own scale.
"But the t-ost outstanding char-
acteristic of this aboriginal music
is its rhythm.
"Not only is the singing itself
rhythmic, but it is accompanied by
a variety of percussion Instru-
ments, such as two sticks beaten
together or the rattling of boom-
erangs. The aborigines have no
drums, but when a particular type
of wood is hit it gives out a hollow,
gong-like sound.
"Even the didjeridoo, the only

;'-' 1,". .. ** ... -
melodic instrument' the aboiftnes
have, is played more in a rhythmic
than a melodic manner. It is a
long, hollow wind instrument thqt
has only two notes. Different did-
jeridoos play different notes.
"The aborigines use their musi-
cal instruments mainly to accorm-
pany their singing. Only occasioe-
ally do they play them by them-
"As in most primitive societies,
all their music is mainly an ac-
companiment to dancing. The
stamping of the dancers' feet and
the beating and stamping of the
watchers give the singing a very
rhythmic base.
"There are three types of Aus.
tralian aboriginal music secret,
sacred and secular.
"Some df the secret music is
very like Middle Age and Byzan-
tine chanting. The aborigines cre-
ate a very intense religious atmos-
phere that is very different from
their public chanting.
"Sacred music, which can be
performed in public, does not have
the same swing and rhythm as the
secret chanting. It is more melodic
and more like the hymns and
psalms of Western music.
"The secular music has an even
greater r melodic range and is very
rhythmic. It consists of both group
and solo singing. Some secular
singing is very melodic, although
further to the west of Arnhem
Land it is characterized by a re-
peated descent from a higher to a
lower note."


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(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)
LORD VANITY--Samuel Shella,

D1SREE1-Anntcarie Selinko.
Ernest K. Gana.

t.n.tt.. Kaa
THE FEMAL E-Paul I. Wellman.
, ,'* Mo'yttM .
THINKJNG -Norman Vincent
J. Sheen.
LET.IA-Andre Maurols.
-Charles A. Lindbergh.
Ilsae arai.
Stewart.L HolbrQok.

ti rI.

It Isa't much fun for a young
man to cut in an a gir1 at a
(lance and then find that he is
tuck with her. But it the aIrl
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leaving him-then he must stick
by her until they have Joined a
groupp or another partner has
claimed her.
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however much he wants to get

Posse Finally Bests

Belligerent Deer
.. ,ft, 1"Aa O. (p.),-t'The
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farhi near'Are neountered some-
thing, of a rarity,- a belligerent
Tbe caretaker, Al'brt Garner,
reported that a buck weighing
aout 0 pounds laid siege to the
farm, attacking anyone who came
out of the house, sharpening its
antlers on Garner's auto, pawing
at the door and looldig in win-
The caretaker and half a dozen
volunteers finally caught the buet
and identified it as an English stag,
named Ike which had been raised
as a jet n a nearby island in the
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p|LWV *o Mrxaeeut the s ant btewha" p onf-u-sed---- The Pcntl o lb rtice mil he
"S^M'^ l'WCnen stituc ua w*u "I|A m be tanhe Iwl o tane- iTheArmp. nn c of thee
T tW aA* 'we "811 Ae ote le oam o p o d Seldee a A Chapin to ts
___ s2mater -- 9i0J ut the ry bit an Ra tmond Feb. 13.
*ut thwb Jequ bCuetiteo r Sid b IA do tI n'ti know T bele me t willhhte d atJ
S.uw. o ,tbut ,er what," N.W.phe cfeed. t re Panamad -Clubat

Jand mr 'les casunk Com unsUe, am= The cost of the tickets will he
STo Vacatn l Fwrane. Daddy. t te .Y.r 'was awa a-wi a 9 A1 jO1 per couple And pay be ob-
Mr. Max Heurtematto, Jr. Eg auw 'zafl .. jIUL.4.1 t d WA io ays w a% Wb e from hy ue o~ the .ol-
BllaflVis tna atee the ,ir- will asped his- school vacation ith DWan aA A iU a actor WorkerII Fruankt Raond, Elton Todd,
tdghis Ausbassaid ofPa- lidVesper;01 .9 GmorBill Schmitt, Dan Pagenta, John
Wl snS a isartt Nm sa boan mon be in U aw Au9 .''a l inA tA sV f Gorin,- BracK attler, Jack Mo
dJ .f. .Matte n*s;, France. W- ade y t. ; stat the .,aoutt day-e Grath, Fred Gerhard, Louis.
71tdaa m e of th .L.boswu.ub Mrs. t. -an tU' .paISY pb Asunf.G, UEeo ci Mooe t m
Laer oscoteoflBridgp. awBIan~1~ eA e; GryWal aaeteazn-O%,Feb. 8' (UP) LouIs Nola1, Jim Clarendon,

SJoh Cook Ward arma ofes rk" d "* L m .Ahr not lent should be there but members
tn E E B the EnIsh .pe a ent of the U r Theat Q d wid repent gona13.tp iat any -AtUar spob or The Florida Democrat also are reminded that this ip lirim-
- His Unv;-:sy o anama, at hbi "sk lark" b n o w wabe. bub-*u an euer- saw a i dosalbilt' that Con- arly a party for the purpoe of
t.he home on La Cretto. R- i aeW a ' .eda at wn% -oe oieilB greas 11 apr tve statehood for introducingr the Ambassador to
SVre l a) -- m pm. and continuing ni ly ..s.e e a"u as Ai* Mesona. the American colony in Panama.
Rft~oa eleon. ChaIse Ofdu te thta eaturpa Februa 1 aik The Bente M due to> ta up
U42several offi- lMr. and MrS? mer' E. Sim. 1tw be held at 'e bo ope said ha cetA t. will atatehpd for HawaiiRmrt it R
ti with sthemOr- ons have o thaaned ter residene a tficefor those wishing to mTake ltlas- mon.nuaoae a en conlu eoln e B ker
der of r by the V- to House No. 43rd Street, Be reservation by telephoning Grace- ann puce support las oo Ameundme probably late this l
zuelan Government. .a Vista, where they are now at lyn Johnston, 2-3461 or 2-3788. -Tick- arch o 'month. After an Intra-cam- AuaBt C MavIea
home to their friends. ets may also be secured at Dag- Unaer current law, e Sec- mittee w the Sent Isnteridr u eY v g W iLodU
Those decorated included the t - mar on Tivoli Avenue. reary o agriure a au o
..Minis.of @ t and J StNote -- Ae- a.. or ngncuiJ burl aBsEu C-Aakon tond Ul ahae pare l-

rto ; the Mra an -Mrt. Luther Flemind of se aA Tealght For Lawe 75mln n SAath moAt meer After i a
Minister of Labor, Social Securlty Cocol announce the birth o a N. W. t ysoenincoame paett her e Sm ath favored statehoodmbe -
and public Health, Ricardo M. daughter, Linda Sue Flemin, on MA C. 0. Wives are welcome nn r'on s to te f or all-Democraeto Alaska ohC i ,Tv 1q sttho
"to e Ust of.... teioJanuar sy 36 at the Dorg"dv JeWi y ao'sJ- atten eregultar eetnImg of aomina ar.ibyOwantsufor ol-m r Aaminedta C thisIeb. 8r

National Guard Bolivar Valari. Mrs. Leah K. Dugan of Ancon and top floor of the Clayton N. C. 0. hat indicated he will drop h ed St a -e proposed instead earthuak o a ths dow urcbh-n
no- theeirec tor p Protocol, Ca. the paternal grandparents are Mr. Club butr support Pri well be- that etai be given common- ebud homes.
milp Levi Slcdo* ad the Coam- and M. Guy Fleming of Russell- s .c low, the current 90 per cent wumth Sttt: State authority In trick
ma of the Naile, Alaba. Star level for the dairy m be our history Chiapas state said en
iot ofiRedurnh.oaFleS.e e W.day, Flru;r 13. wil ..... Membersr.m-ainvite ueit

sterwolro.rr .e A I. year beginning Aprl 1a Go-. vbe0 ken- as state, adamae wa considerable b

SVisitors Here rer Proew ssore mllinsent butter stocks, .p1- tot contiguous to an- that here were no fatal casual-
V t _( w a Major General. .L. Sebre and t regof ar men thU covered d iah chased the support rgram ot. Uerian territory or eaes
To Wge rP. Mo, Mn a Se w paas ncheon-Wed a 12:30 p31n now total about 125 million 's tHowe un irmede ort
-Or-'Ong h ave -t- -K',2r 4t.e

General Horace L. McBride, CoaeisSe ayon t d da e at woul brag "re ss rinI appear OtPth fo rein o;te stador to
Ges:0 pia. d tiista, whebeytheydae nuwst3 thatwoul ohnson,- retai ington 2/o, whthe 'Amregioan ofthestateofy Cian-ma
rreftoeia.le aboard A rmy, isoand,

mander-in-Chief, Caribbean Con- enera e f s e uy butter prices down to 43 cents Smathers on the CBIs radio tae 5 ps ea e
mraiay Gar o van ern r as e N a U this plan, the govern- lon to th at no i ear ttack and di
thme to their friendset may also be euredent would buy all butter pro- i not entirely ge aphical. t v the street of the series
Tose tdtrated included the o-Marl onTivoli avenue. e ouon ndI *u. separateh]tl

_____________ Arnold Picker, who ar- aeo This might be n answer the SthEr ug- Nnew tort e been -e-

.ofU rited Artiots. t" pm. hod re-od to pAckages for 30 cents at thla point in our history, to thormu i et adi te
*iee Ci oo l -a Gra'l; the Mr, ayi -Mrs. Luther Fleming t pound. F -.n offer that as *en objction t loe servc betweenteChi

Min ther of Labor, Social Securet oCoo w res d o r of Local coat the a.tmpyeesthebirth u w noep e ilpw- who have enan oof his tvored statehood
regular tmembership meeting to- ly, a' he did not believe his their loyalty o the country." ma sunday holiday
anda. a, d Sue entg o ht at 7 C. in W the Paralso committee would approve it. Farr.gton warned that if The last report rom Tuxtla
SComm a pirktTh maternal grand s u But thre' oing to n be a the senate blocks ttatfeood ftor Guterrea said there was "con t
Sdro eeage t ado the Balboa Cya ofhaheWa a ptati which notionfn5raS
NatiolGuairdBolivar Valari-Mr. Leah K. Dugaotonaiht .of a. h tedf aCid wtasd -' e t atrous' mied play "Governthuke shook n Ochurcho-
e tCl Boat the bur support price well. been right into the biven of our n-o has communicated with al
edo Com- and Mrs. Guy Fleming of Russell- lowdramatized" because houe- enemies, the Commut." the mayor of the villages a-In stricken
poced to the 11 ree)- n raswives "know what it coats and Smathers also expressed feat fected by the quake. All have
Ret ah Shue, A||bh nrA Star r IVe s know part of the co t la for of leftwiug International Yong- eplncided ia Ipaformine that there
wUein -ro o I wh ic al mnembe"r O U supports. hqramnf' and Wareh'6uae- phenomena did not have grave
Sa= Invited. / On moat other farm products en'as Unon might control the cosepences. Above all. there

SThe M ary Bartlet Cir of the o SCOUsT LADER will Tincld Marner. Scouts. isan repreentaiv tohonre Soc in s
GambomUting w Cihurc behre w ilee wh iYc hlrm utseoswpa hr ts ry omeet-asa"cel t"
SW. Ellis. Mari ttlhou and Gr e all ver the Fr t replied tohatn- tha the were no fatal cal-

SMembersald their guest are Friday mornhi covered dng, world hold about this time of Co un problem in Hawaerritory or tes.
nvitedto attend. Mrs. rene Conner, the new year. w gir from h troop la "u being exaggerated oweverunconirmedreportsr
Mi MMoore, gts arrivaaury d tGeirl oatth exeouttiv d Ri etor Tfor on the o tl Side of the Zone purpo've re of compcatingdeathsofatlea const
of W toho e Itallation Satuda he a visit With boa. opl re are said s to buCo ttr in-or the ldert peoplon" of statehood legsla-ons when a landed
Pedo Miguel Assembly Nq. M Two important decibns were program. tlion.
en et nOrder of Rainbow for Ginlsel ma- A rarsare m uihg ___a _____ ______oyedtme near the
e-n-st i an stallation of new officers Sat- u of all the regtered dult i
stalling officers were Carol Har- willforor sub- be el on the first Friday dele oep Far- a coffee
GeerHorace L. McBrid ris RetirOlo ng Worthy Advisor; Mrs. f each month. In addition. that would l on ., wh appeared with region of the state of Chia
(7Bantone Assistant Installing Offi- ,-lans were perfected for a gen-h *N UEU
mad and Mrs. MBricerde Kitty Lowe, P.W.A.the Firnstall- ral tranng poundproramTheeading u program or all- Another person w stricken
I ing Marshal; Shirley Million P. leaders and assistant leaders Lu
ry Heihtai Friay aboard Army, Installing Chapland, N w Under this plantheoer on," reto tha "the union' with a heart ateld every Monday and tack and diei-
tMent woulday, P Wtter pro- A., Installing secord- na mornings ato 9 at the Club- aph It he the toe
er Mrs Frances Malone Intall- nose The classes. This mi wilbe In al be twor the thr sug-
-'W+ Mr. Arn Organist; ano d M.the RevPickerend hours o .time and will s

dy"^sARsoflG d[ehotRaymond giray, Soloist continue for wLod eeks. a aartr the te
The ne Worth Advisor is Miss A new Bl owholeut troop to w h Iround,"Farrnton PHY IN
T IM A -4aAaW Sally Banton of gamiboa. She will he organized O w ithe Atlantic t
"btsistedn by Helen asemann, ide was also dised. Thisor 0 cents at this point in our
Xwthv Associate Advisor; Helen troop is for the older girls and pi af ca o T *

OPEN AIR RALLYo f n itedLoca- -lio

a k C-CIO. wil hold o Ite annuals
C. AW' I a: in the Parasoommtee would approve it. Farrlin gpton waornedtat If The last report from Tuxla
'- "" '"" K:i" "' '-ardo Ba wn fC.r, 1. tp-e0 1hii and a.

InL4N .rq a. *. "all at eno ra alod S
RalphWShiley% for akof o of leftng International Yong- qnclded if informing that the

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....... Central Avenue "'K" Street. Corner. tdrlc Ikbf rrtl n, gas .etp t.
54.E:LrLovlngoSram furnmture FOR SALE.--Two Diesel Buses 1952, Telephone 2-3479, Panoai. Mi d& b .hmnb 6441 -:"T51. .
mica tbole 4 chais, bedroom' with De Luxe long distance body. r ----N-- -- I-- 6 .
tie, including mattress., springs, Eixellent condHtion. Call Poname F b rtorn IAT n Fo U A stab. 12. ru st mil .- -
231-B. Contctors Area. FroA Ancon or Wltl Vist to fnu's- ~ mf a ia mill p" i F A-8. SP. R V -
*ALE:--Sitting dining and bed- fado Sear co.ers $1.200.00. EOn seI"" ". 2 -I zaw -- ,-
23du7. P6 n 38l. Exc ellentco A- 1o 04 fryschool. Call f .qlo 1334. I CtPisnhr. AlId yobrPiUs Mruyour *1 !Wordor111 M-w -
i'. set, Bend i" automatic' I- oi.:e 634"A Corzdl. F Ro SAL l s, gir I, NOT A
inr g moachneo. 1th S. Cenl.alFOR SALE.--I i-T Dodge Truck: ug )l-. s to e' too rlbo e0 0 pm; arn, NOT A foS aWAID = dI
__ __ __ __ .I I __ __ 0ba 3.050 :rcept --? ;U*
-.10100. Apt. 10 Colon co9I 0 19'.7 NaFh Sedan: $295. SAE t t raM-m e s tr" I5 ah r

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- ..... ....- FOR S 19-47 -N c Sedana 3050bI Ph FO R f. u i "arm nt. A -t na s n t I l
L -a le y 2 he0 1 vd reh0 p SALEcon:-" Ford Sotjo. Wg FOR, SALE ;--PW np c t o -. ApCly. 8.,,uN' "h1nt et r a l"
p r',AE 25c le" B r el. at: 2O R SALE:-Pqro'- 9 Ver clio o. Fni, "rV)^. j .y 9 r:n tl raldS-I.-la.CRX t i ictory t b r o oe sae
I Phone 4-365. eoe ( i, reason Nable thoue r tny netin rtrth. I4 r
Ofut-,kot otferrec tedo .t o -...... .... Sru qm v.. 8rstp |

I 4fng evne 2I9tale.0 8our Pn- Ol and k St04wree tAI, FOR SALE-p in plr u i.-l9e M i Marr 1w "o pod."s Hee :6d e 3 1 .*sl
Ur h o lsteredt Chir" $ malboasd srientstonbly p0rarecod -orprm-"BatblU-uC l all+ner *AMgAprpuTIm-Nll
00..Ap. 10.Co oloAnd. 1947diN s Sen:w.... ..... h o B TA la SCaeih.. *sow e p ei
abLE t $db--e ld N FOR SALE: -- 949 Ford TStt o-n So h c oin f E ant the in e hn'urst naei Ii o e
$25e H g ,c ai .r $o" oy. Crt ta e N. ..Bi. N-r l '..e .. e ." .- e' .

S B9 -B, $10. iD blebe d $e 2. door ecPdan.l ownerhue hrDrie- 29 .00. Mil m.ya pr ud Only"d Wa . -.g ..-. r!e .rteoi n ,ha th h "th J ni t5lyptW- ts-
mitCs d Hearer and Radion. Conbe plumbing store in town. Established j Ii a ir ust buiit -inidernm .W'V".'- t .W H Oo me a o -O r
Pt-Wick ero.n g r-oo mset. S2 e n, rer. t F r. oeWill S~I--or in n ory fut nn 0. 0.L bu~.nw sFn tqw.n, dFb. c i'rtenh*. o, w G .. FC t a bat ai. "'
SOcuU. r only d r i Btlb wt, Can tl Zone. I -SrL IA A e T a. i t 1

etcLe.. . nt o ndtf Ia k s 1 rn I
Cal --CBe d roomo 77. b eda 2360 4 durnge w ladnko hereet, for s eat11 g o-o coufllC o(-lo n. Phnroom h ,,' .'r.,w .ts bowerwwo rsipe : ed o ..IEU p..r. ..am.d,
SteCr ted ch in FOR S0 ALE:- --195u49 od inA4Col T o- Aouter p0itann '0m. rroret "U .e r m IP* to
coo ,4det. o10. p iecraouvbleb .s. door Spdan. LE /w jnedrise S0. dn. _ra-n, l e.0e MI)tuk%. ky.Q "- pho T uA#ishe apar""gn. t:35tWltlh' Bteria- chuorhiand tnn ver m -re"thenret iriaed ifodad" Asp

4 left- Co 'B.q0 h Ne 5 i- d0ia, heaterood cin *nd p d. Tel0pn t t Amleft Waa sylw 16 "'s- hl w, ih p.l v hg-d 8nont'd j worsh ip i d o A e .oH' thoi pre *reaptlhe t ip
NOaN. at ourl.y0.T el 27ea Pa D. Jco bes,. lhie i, hot wad'r. Juar A 5 tiv g elt 'beror tW e A ,l ns tm t N
'---#Fh-r pai.. PhgneF.7 WIS. .rg es.uuft' ."t"rc3I50.

SALE :--bro le. urnitS e.ae lie FOR SALE.--19 Mho rS4t, Mai, goSl E;, t n Poir a- n FP -A e C i6, 9L t r. tatt
woog 8 yi.e. Exce llent cond elux e, 2ton, green, rad0 or er al- tr 0 Jull rI.O.n t 3 r o a i P reoldet mem e r of the li s pq oa lt.
5r C%4io mar es c. 7 th-t. nlo- 1 ,m I60 n ri ota O1y.2 r ic.l v e! l'1 tn iS, unfurisisehd. N ot m, 5h nat5 r e t Ilr itia Ac . SS h
So e a r rh b5 ruoignnab l T.2ie h 4 6ehd rhy r r l.owe r b wor h dia." t tow wt orhilp tea h o.
C'-omi.eown erFi 'reo rn.Aouge-4. 16.9 P otrElS rn amo, u i- Ene-. l i a wa p umh tToZ I 1
abne 1t4.n haied. ches o to.door rndag"cwn t W i' O. .. o i l on -i i .' ..h- 3 -2 .. i l p ri n o r h eih"t eso Pl
baL -o a l. mmos t S rt-dLa h londtion.4 ,1t n.00. ion FO rlALain d.rlQthWa't.C. t., ...g LNIMK- v e a e w o..er l - ee1 o er

i e icol a nadane i a t RENT.-Oea one month forn ouple

plumbin str0i town. oE tabl isted p
83u24d a M:0t*0Nrodil bachelor funibhed aprtent.:
$450bd rd: F800.BCSoLE :2-3M c9,ttb b gh fla gsgsg good --8MThe0mtreet. IoneworhoaGi. t E i D' this he4
. ...; by er NIy igel.o 2- 00 e e. Tel 2- 0,06 Pr o tphon- ..i.... _-r4 J r r 4, i old of Get t menuae d

Al E:2t y clh e Frdar 'e-sFOR AL:-N Oh197 Very S. good a Fi 5 '. -aL.i4 -naDre Cor a Noue porher r, kitchs, baBaon.ey al r frd rx N 6 B too wo i
LCo -6.....Mae Crc strt N o. sA.Nao. 252n C' st r T oSt.'" RINwa of t or ar pr e enstd e atq oa ,
Wills.c Apsetl4 f ouarnvrn 71y Frow k 6e el smd
SALE_-- SM mns lft h tud____foe scrent d por _h ton. $h an -OR. o.sd-O-E N eo v.Ar y TIan, b-ceieito.
S s 'K,.._ shotyihdbSotatesdt. okalreeteI---------------- 8r 2 ~F o n a ltnr, t he nc ito
Srofe e ollH 0 oose% le f fR Arnlh ing 120. F RM NT. R frrIg 5 -- l -d IP I ln O" e r

33rd. street.ceurundy,.--- 6A Moi C son Street. ;ep rn Brbo- __, r oi
PaIB ntP.eJ61do Strgga.e. A Tl.Jqaso-Ei teP .p r l p1l1. roam rtm" HQ 1 2:- F ayoi s le d F r bieda ro Im ei ate aleE ,o fno.epueBy ga o Cla i orBlb f..ar70f. tw OR RENT -Nc Lnie d apart en S ao mhis5 htraen rato. furnished. ei O a
60.Singleed an d D o Chev ets oandh e P u lb ltin N. 54 or unfurnlhbWh: Flien0room, diAoningle a a
-S3piee setu wicer See. cash. onThe spot B ng yourc may be obtor -re from the aboAv *fa room, bedroom, kitchen. bth. Rca 'h G od n e taet lid c
S cno q hee sic e wal .ar hon r-5. eonle pri ed. T-hone 3-2121.. 5 i tri fer
FO R riSgeoloE 2616.. AdUTO EortNs.next s Ire o 0LFtoh C aortmen.Phn H P residchn t d i .nd tk enB a

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feitOi Noon bedroomrv.' nkm .ei.on'TId It o t
Cao os 12S .. Alrea l or do n Mub WANTED nt u N. 6.t ui sal e 5 r h ous,.fc Tor)ch.l fitch tr i' sma l 1Nb :0- lSa Vnt V--, h on ftloue italhcs hoi n u n^.ea r gatv :, -
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M11M M. o JO O tlWreqtl6 fo(fllswing their
wet -i s at the Gatfn. lo Ot'rli rtlqday eveni(g. Mrs.
'Themae-is the former Miss OleiAna Xe Garrison. Mr. Ipd Mrs.
Tt will reside in a when fh@ return from their

.tI.. "sM.n t ..,t.s Bon Voyage Party
.Mr. an. Mrs. L. L. Barfield aLd For Miss MKille
Mr- and Mrs. Joseph Irving ene, Miss Wilp.d" Mille was hon-
taiMed th dft orC ;6 1 :bon voyage brunch
nr at-,e BalfOelIu Midn'' in giveW4t h residEnce of Miss Har-
Mrsarita Friday evening to honor dinJa Gwathmey, Saturday. Miss
the- ousegueat of Mr. and -Ms. Miller is returning to the States
Meirill We~bser, Mr. and Mu. io t.e nea fItur9.
Jahft Mhrdk of ailln'ton, Co0-otes r the -arty were
C:, and Mr. and ls. Carl Lag- Miss Ann Dowd, Miss Marjorie
irnn' of;Bx dtw d. Pender, Miss, Mary Jane Bugbee
,1' ",ki .--- and Miss Mary-Averitt.
Tr .J'A B .i W tt h guefts included, MIis4 Ada-
i t0A dA Sn. gv h, rra faec-
-;dars -ter 0a,, fyis
a beeauttfuy sappint t t te T G n, M on Ta-
Hoh'W bh'Sibtavy after- lor, Mrs. Paul DBfck, Mrs, 0." .
n- .. ... i JorsMd Mrs, tE3.a f nj-tt,
1r4. Johatbhoas *etd-MMr a WMrs. P.. Ab, Mis Mary
lpmLpe oya.I-SidsM Aljp ene Worreli an4j sXU neawthy Urn.
fee servigea and Mrl C Ca
rhrt^tkm~flz[ fi i_ The Ae ems, m-Jltee
Wi: tie aW' Sf t tt .... -_ elect.
Aq ire Guests 'a offers for the first quarter at
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Woauer who wilt g .
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Joanne Gil thin
after recent a ttrIW y;Ipbt. or-
Cedhby Ahtawsi8 ,p to -M xd
agle qucy out ft
persona appearano W in Tex-.
e in cennecut o wit tn t'v-
"Red Garters," her first film
. Carainne Calvet'sa
torch to hubby J A
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se for e tm ,
t week. p e

1. ry.41 .,-
imfrt t t1 Jackie GleaspaO d Para-
jor o itieeaa wt .qncae monut that the 4tuo an't use
Irete' tan q ean "Away We Go," e pa se a oi.ie
nre*t .U and popularized b him,' as e
title fo he ew f m e of
The "peoep c," "Anything Goes." ... ana
re p one-lit of t ap is play ig "Saieft L~ve'
Lio t re, 1 the ipno in Ondoa, it's because
cit~ .w n s has a secret loye there.
ert n. 1'4flt w r-r John Payne an hi Gloria
log arnw H,24 I Paces. de Haven, suspended F TiaUnas.
4t s" 0' were Th r:.yne kiddies h l
-AnrB ftI U nlpn tued to HollywMood. SWi atviti
ts j W efrrftpoaa with their mother, Wlho is no
fo"ny tW gri Marty Kinmoel, of XIw York
free elections. Dc th ity.
the bitter European cold wave
froze the alt Germa pptato IDEA JUNSED
crop h in .round fncrlA d Te ig a Ts.rAle l r
that anjer,.0 B ejanl toa plaf
S tched a thousand ships i
Grain and meat already were Warners' "Helen of Troy" wa the'
in short sai~ 4 d .d the Corn- real ting. Scores 'of ctum
munists evident elt that any flr' ofongrid ift Grecian finevf
mnlt I b lttr eninv would set *ote prepared whe she said
of as nw Wave of. a Tlles and 'Maybe" to the studio and pl were
anti gevqpument -gemonstra- i Oumt. when Roselini said "o."
tons that Elwod reach the pro- ...rn
pernant ot f an Jvolt., Smething Uke $10,000 In fIaure
Western ouFr s sith te ood 0 nSea. wenat in spat when
situation was so graTm the East Whn Gapr. _mfend qt ster Zs,
Oer ag.lgotflrent seat a del- rasel t t thb
egatfta te'doseow -rt oluad for athrterdb i eein Wa
Soltet aid. Vegas. All b he Gabors, I' famdng
mama JoHe, may deny It I bt Eva
Appeals to H gary anMd Bul- a rudl t tk. l ofI i ct
vaMt,- tm ted ttuse et thw '.- .D. 1 Z'T
Tise 0oonnmurnst ifttion, 'are -front .-! &-bai- wanletm
shot of food. i;y restrNe 6 atyut
Wsletern l 'ee. JA s ."
iteftnvae 4 ts tilidf tewls"iTsndgged tthet
ileM thit.-whiol t td off a Mlerman to make her dramatic
-majorn rnv't last'ft1b' 1J;i debut on one I hii CBS radio
The threattf Of tanlin added "Suspense" thrillers inFtpbrulry.
to an alreadxfploulve altfuttlor W--.-
in which tefort, frmn thd Cbm- When Jak. Benny met his new'
munldt foirektr werketrb pen- soe in'- law to b, S6
Iv denohstratetf Nar free ele .Baker, he told aughler n: He
tlons to unity Germany and ihas a'seAt do the stock diehange.
threatened" to riaricl on Berlin IMy father duldn't ever afford a
where the'B igr Fur f6rikl min- seat dn I bus.! Two ft 'D'tbre
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Seth, by t py she was l. y

A notL.- the- script sbuddet

In rno'. wgpt
t H and J Clement
BetOlaaede by tht e
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Peneal' Mauch, In dpatevce to
n ata age E

yarmb, who' Bk Hollywood.
He Ilhas. tm a ir Trrant role
aramount's 'T ridges of
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tr feom ftoa Part se won't
=re tW 0 e tteact on-
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extra t rise e it a since the
days of -*s Jiten- movies queens
will co-star wl ack Webb on and
off the sound stages. In additioq
to being -the nst Mrs. Webb, she
will be. boosted to, stardom by
Sgt. Fryldy in hip nmw telefigm
series, "Peta Kelly's Blues."

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datunmd ual tr. *oeM d tf C" tl
?ublisitlnt Go., alkated :the re-
ort. . .' ,
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flummerfte, dnoaufnciet r4-
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Johdtam 8 IhueI% wea the ie':-
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-nerfleld within two days. Sen.
Hubert H. .tuIhgrrey (D*Mina )
.Aid Saturday at Suumerfltld
had tried tf ,."jllrt ln with
"patently ftlse' atatemenit.
Jmdhnsqt 41 ureme4 with
statement aide. by umnerfield
last October whciu tar poet-
master Mre Ota u e cut the
t l"al.s954 AMdolettby tomore
than a saILiW d61la or each
vorbin, day.
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.NEW YORK, Feb. 8 (UP) Only t
still sport unbeaten records in

r- Ware fouz major un- National ColJegiste
,a week ago. Then Ford- .:ociatlon recognize
ocked Connecticut from against four-year c
ig Wednesday night, and Indiana won it
Mi Kentucky dumped 4Ls straight gane in t
onig rival-Western Ken- edging Michigan Sti
turday night. diana-defending
rn Kentucky had won i champion-now ha
ht-Including two victor- tainst one loss.
over Eastern Kentucky-be. State.
Saturday night's upset. The United Pres
Eastern-which has lost 12 coaches has ranked
es this season--lowed down Indiana and Duqie
Western attack with a pos- three In the nation
game and won, 63-54. six weeks. Other me
rn Kentucky already has top 10 who won Sa
ted a bid to the National are Minnesota, Cal
a lon Tournament in New tie Dame and Kan
next month Indiana is the or
-entuckv and Duquesne are the ton three facing
only major teams with clean position this week.
Kentucks. has won 16 (glay sixth-rnnked 1
ht, including a 100-to-68 night. and the wi
over Georgia Satur d a y favored to take the
t. Cliff Hagan led the way pionship. Indiana
*w 29 points. Northwestern Sate
Duquesne rolled to an 81-68 other conference ga
victory over a Quantico Marines Kentucky faces
tesMBloaded with former profes- -astern Conference
':toial and collegiate stars. 1i da tonight and Mi
" reen scored 30 points for Du- urday. Duquesne pl
s' aune. and the Dukes held for- name thls week...a
mer pro star Paul Arizin to 12 .le Tech Wedenada
oolnts. California Coach
Duquesne has 18 straight wines as been nemer c
hias year...but that doesn't Western squad for
count victories over Fort Belvoir East-West 3hr.ne
and the Quanitco Marines. The .l-me March 22 ir.

|Mirzatoats Scores H

SVictory In Race Thi
'i The Stud Mlrza's classy five- 3-Rlslta $2.20.
ir-old chestnut horse Mirz First Double: (D
yesterday afternoon won to) $50.380.
S a head over Relampago II in
d hr0llli stretch battle In the THIRD Rt
red $750 Cless "B six-and-
h-half furlong sprint. I-La Chomba $4.60
i T Irish-bred son of Mirza II 2-Paris Midi $2.40,
Rahe Lady In Red flashed thie 3-Roscrea $4.40.
I'lort distance in 1:20 2{5 t-ie One-Two: (La C
yet registered over this Is Midi) 13p .
r Miratoats got off fast, squeez- FOURTH I
q: p er from his outside positi.mn
H-L thb hlkse or the first turn I-Don Pitin $16.80
w le Interfering with boLin 2-Dlana $4.20, 2.4
]i Road and Relamrago II in 3-Malaya $2.40.
-- mJneuver then settled down Quinfela: (Don
"i S ,un der tho.smart $.; 40.
.:illUB .o~f~n~. C'pan Jock fo ./ ", .. ,. ,

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Swas beaten be.-
Itbmath he. as under ai
fAe couldn't gain on
it n leaders.
*pao II gained inch b7
SMrLatats on the run
.e home stretch but at
ii Mlmatoats still was af
lad in front. The nl
U'er in the race, Angi,
whatever chances she
)Ie had by being virtfa
W t te start.
k ato the mutuels choic,m
iay' onl two lonnahots
Mh P.ttn which paid $16.u
Av sto $t13.,
mti rider Manuel Yea-
the day's star with three

1. ) dividends:
I-Daniel $7.20. 2.80, 3.20
-. Tuira $3. 3.40
3-Mufteco $5.60.
-$ 1-Avlvato $13, 4.60, 2.60
-rena $3.80. 2.40

1-Red r $7.60.
2-Pin 1W $7, 4.40

.., r. Rh 0
L f. ailrt.n S6.80.
2-Postinovich 3.2
3--Proud Pearl $4.
One-Two: (Sup
novieh) $15.00.
1-Mirzatoatoats $
2-Relampago II $
1-Tanger $7. 4.60
2-Follow Me II $5

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Co3ejos 3 571 .
two major Ptnomas i
collegiate Macaws 1 5 .167
The first extra inning contest
of the season was played be
SAthletic As- teen the Ma aws and the Co
s games onlyneos, saturday afternoon at the
1 legees. Balboa Stadium, the Conejos
,ts sev en t winning In the ninth with a 6-5
he Big 10 o score.
ate, 79-74. In- Hayden went the distance for
national the Conejos winning his fourth
a 14 wins r- game against three loses. H IT
.to Oregon den gave u five runs and eight
hits while ruhn and McKeown
ss board of of the Macaws.gave up 6- runs
d Kentucv, and five hits with their com-
ene one-two- bined efforts. BrUhn was the
Sfor the la.t starting pitcher while McKeown
embes of the relieved him and was charged
turday night with the loss
ifornia, No- Don R ters had 1-2 followed
sa.. Randel wo also had 1-2. both
nly team in Conejos. Bruhn had 2-4 an4
ni tough OP- Young collected 2-4 for' the
he Hoosiers Macaws. McKeown and Bruhn
Minnesota r. both racked up triple for the
nner will be losers.
BiMO ch1am- In the second game of the.
meets double header played by the
urday in an- astlich league Sattrday after-,
ame. noon, the most crucial the
two Souoh- ocelots stopped the pennant
foes. .Flori- bound Pumas 8-0 behind the
susislppi Sat- four hit pitching of Ed Kirch-
lays only ot.e meir. The Pumas ill aSve to
against Carne- win their next and final game
y night. to clinch the pennant. Kirch-
Nibh of thPrice mer won hi fourth game
coach of the against two defeats, whie IKirk-
Sthe annual land forth Puma.s lost hit first
a a ketball again st ohs win. Nuies collected
Kansas City. two hits for four time up, both
singles. Bateman drove a Iong Y
Sd towering home run to left fieleI ou
and Krchme r doubled for the eRPING INTO BIG AG Bantamweight lvin
[ u only extra bashits of the game, oun tears Into tU heavy punching bag durbl! o sea-
both were for the Ocelots. on as he whips himself int top shape for h tn-
SCorrganSther- round cer -the-weght 128 pound non-title fight ather-
riler landan4g kla3 or iia weighted Champion Pedro Teals t the Colon 1 0e This
glee for the 16e l. long awaited "battle of champions" shapes a* *. el-out.
The .td scheduled gW for ....
th autlich League will be 1 -

00a 2rf2I a nd t e
iky Strike Win 'rst

homba-Par- utherlan0 we1nt tewnBHS Tops New Womrbck 9

ACEone more win. me
getting his first Of the seaon P4LCIFIC TWIUIGh T ,lGUE hen he flew out once and K ot
Sered with no one on. This was nal onIf oted. BothhI
-D ) Tsed orthnn vith Salrs pitching a 0 1'0tter.

Ptn-Dna) The pumasr pared "ttne,_ ._ L bcky S trike ..... 7 2 1 "
safeties to six fqr the Paloa, e e ... Lc S t ?e 2
.a.. a eaeh-cl- Amoer. Lion .... 4 .555 The b 3 1 2
o times 1m a lboa 0 2 0 0
Atim.ccs: for four 5 4 .555 2

0 4d Cha l S aere the hi n al, e L .. 0 0 RICA LEGION0
LeI, IAU oars, each gtln V& 2- AMERICAN L-GION
twoCE 1feR br te pMonr. ncab r h 0 0 0

Ser ) M 5 oe rrs e ofe e..r. er.rrt.CaStllo If ..... 1 0 0 0 0o 0
a Ueib M l te ourhm inning. in Rinehartb2b ... 2 0 0 0 0 0

lb 4 1 2 (y2defoaseCed d not score e leas gh pc h...... 0 2 7 0 0
.eo 12 Mc a y. as .... .a d toa wit 11. t wee cores: "r HalmanP ss .. 3 0 2 1 3 0
.. b ae 3 (First Game)_ ed ant h s ere ean Ro p ..... 0 0 2 0
0Me2b 3103 thirdot.._c kwe n.09m- Limbana 3b ...:000 1

3um, b0 6 0 _1 1-0oul 1take the lead, as Wtll
ACE 2 C 4 B Pret o wasn't any slouch either. Total 25 1 7 18 6 00
M' c p 4 1 1 I4he two runs scored were ung
4.20, 3 Yo 4 1 1 0 earned. LUCPrice STRIKE o 0
SIorio waked with obb neb out,0 0
SEb r-n (One out when winnlg He an he s ow usel a elhe .. 0 0 0 0 0
was s.ored)CON EJO '0 0 et n dd o cu'oe e n.eon -O M di r 1 0 0 3 0
Aom .0 rto, bc 4 2 1 2 4 H when Carlin ot on through Dedeaux 2l b ..3. 0 0 1 0 0
3.36 aydern (43 san error d i n Dlorto come home, cr f .... 3 0 0 1 1 0
0 2 .60. / L. Krkland, cf 4 11 1 while H earned to thi a R rf ..... 23 01 0
persn-Postl- BlaUe, If 3 1 001 -nocutked in H eaee aux al d, as Will1 0
CheC,rf 340001so got on but Jones struck u Neckr .. 00 0
ACE nc 302 Pretto wasn't any slouch either.ed a Total 2512418 3
Reyea, 3b 4 1new 1 he two runs scored were un-am re by Inin

43. R l12 1 I0 4 to 2, arhey taught hard and L UCk strike 00YM200KE
35 he first wakhen Cox, lead outff WOMCK WHISKE
20. eumm h wnn u Ne kar rounded oua triple and Carlin l b .... 3 0 0 3 0
SEbor-in (Be Morris, uhn i y u Hearn fheloed his own cause ly acelleher pr .. 0 0 0 0
was sored) Hae. hibe tting a short double. However, boMed nger .b 1 0 0 0 a
StONEJO thes run did notscore then. On- 0%uary s ... 40 2 1 0
ACE Frangioni, 3b 1 0 0 0 1 Iwhen Carlin got on thrdoug Dedeuxin, .lb 0 0 1 0 0 2 r Ry terms 2 2 1 2 4 i I.ra:on d t su ore ibth halo Mefte l ... 2 0 0 0 00
Wari.es:, Morris RyKi klo 21 1n fwhileHearn twenttothird.e n'- Mcdo rf ... 00 01 0 0
b :Haydens3o1 1 BlaL1 3,a b 0 lasted out a single andn oUrany, D.It.. 2 0 1 0 0 0
a se, c, Br h0 3 0 00 nout d in Hearne. Dedeaux al- Ulohlo 3b......7 1 0 1 20

ndnChasearf0 20 1 o0so cotonbutJo eine o struc OutNeokar c;n..... 3o 0 0 01
Deonina. r2/nnd 1 E trend therinning. -lernep.. 3103 0
LACE million, c 3 1 0 2 0 The second game featurd a Tota 25 2 4 21 8
,Reyes, b 4 0 0 13 0 new Womack WhiMske team r d Sre by I 00nings0 0 0
4.20, 2.40 Chan, 2b 0 0 0 1 0 i piri t and vitality. Alt oughI- AM .....Legion 100 000 0- 173
13. Randel, 2b 2 0 1 20M ug 4 to 2, n hey fought hard an4- Lc if.Strike 000 20 -2 4 01

WKor na d wo fi msat blo ori r 2n 0 0 0 0G
Mo8rytris, Bi 2Left y. Yo ung. cae ilenaee. rf ..... 1 0 0 1 0 0

o (---. Ge IMorton, cf 1000 0 Hmild 2b 3 0 1 3 0 0
SCELOT (Sed are Dehnefc C 0 0 0 0 ....... 3 1 1 0 4 0
Nahmad, If, cl 3 0 1 0 0 27 & 4 21 TOtal 2' 4 9 21 7 4
Mc4ri 3b 3 0 2 N Summa: Runs batted in: Morke 1byIn nin2g
.P 3 1 0 Had v sa Th e an, Ngh 229 000 4 4 4
-Batman, a31 1 _8_0_its;_""',o
Nufiem.lb 4 2 2 10 0 Fn ,olnrud
brf 3 1 0 0Thompson, Crok Stella
a ,brf 3 1 1 0 0 Cl ons. errs: Puas 2
S j Crook, If, f (utherlandl. Ocelots 2 (Black).
3 3 7 i1 16 L ft on bases: Ocelot 7: PsM .
SU8. Paes onl bae aWf: reht
L' -"12 5 01 2 I--Kfthand It. iekNt : by:
*u b, 2 I 3 rchmelr 8, K a udT7.b RSd
Cw a6Hb sd 3 o 11 3 runs: Ocelotst. L t battege:
a 320016 (rHalvofa (Kikland).
S.. 1 0 *o: Mrkland2'
pA' 3 0 0. '

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eis at the Mt. Hope Stadium.
A victory for the Yankees will
place them within one-balf
game of the championship and
would assume thefh of at least a
tie even If they should lose their
two remaining games and the
second place Bombers win all of
If the Yankees lose, however,
they could stI clinch the pen-
nant by t1ea*t the Bombers to-
morrow or Wedhsday night.
Probable starting hurlers for
tonight's contest are Sam Wil-
liams, who lost 2-1 hearbreaker
on Thursday, and Hisel "Pat"
Patrick for the Brownies and
Yankees, respectively.
Saturday night the Brownies
upset the Yankees 5-3 at Mt.
Hope to delay the flag clinching.

Drake University
To Lose 3 Grid,

2 Cage Players
(By .P.)
Drake University will lose three
football players and two seconds
sing basketball men at the
end of this semester.
The football players-halfback
Gene Gatewod. guard Don
Knold and quarterback Glen.
Steward recently expressed
dssatisfac t on with Drake's
scholarship program. The- bes-
ketball player. quIttlnf are Ed
Dwyer and. Td Stephens.
At Lafay Ite,.lndlana, Purdue
Coach Sku Holooan has promot-
ed one of his asiteants.
Holcombp w Sad Coach Nei
M0io2n| -pr Ud
asassm ac e b coach whre
swinnd ~sctled opens Marctf 15.
Uinski receat'y resigned to be-n
come line coach for the protes-
sional Cleveland Browns.
And spMakin l of the Browns,
they'll try apan eopt 10 to beat
the National League Champion
Detroit Lios. The two teams,
who met fox the pro champion-
ahip in December. will play -n a
charity game at Dallas. Cleve-
land never has beaten a Detrot
:ean coached W Buddy Parker
and has tied their Lions onl once.

Sports Briefs

DAVOS, Switzurland, Feb. 8
(UP) Boris 8hilov of Russia
today won the European speed
championships here, narrowly
defeating triple Olympic Chamn-
vion Hjalmar. Andersen of Nor-
way in the four-race event.
Peatherwelht Percy Bassett of
Philadelphia' has knocked o0t
French Champion Mohawmed
Chlkhaoul in th third round .f
a scheduled 10-rounder int Paris.
Bassett took a slight lead In
the, first two rounds. Then he
knocked out the North African
with a right uppercut At 30-see-
ends of the third rmond
Bassett is ranked second a-
mongx featherweight contenders
In the latest Rln Magarine. rt-
ings. The Natinal Bozf g & -
soclation recogniam Bame as
"interim champ]3= -hVl iWorld
Chajplon Sandy ddider Ii nr
the Army.

Determine Wins

San Feilpe 'Cap
(By U: P.)
Owner Andrew Crevolin's "DN-
termine" came on fast in the
stretch Saturday to take tM
$29350 San Felipe Handicap at
Santa Anita.
Jockey Ray York waited until
the turn for home before boit-
ing Determine on to C. e-
length victory over "'TrMwr-
tine" and "Mr. MXutard" who
finished In a dea&4hemt for Mee-
and lace. "James 8eloM" Eran
In the co-feaf a'd O Tri
Handicap, AlPber Rah' t.
Van erbl mp, f .graits9& '"T

At Fair Oormutt R, d SiS
Stable's "Roed" z wa an a
two-Mad-on half Iat Titot


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hot crner I tine UA31 h Wo p "1,1
"Casey Stengel" Deblinoer put
on base for the Rotary oy Home un: Pagenta and Wig.
The next game of the series Umpire: Red Smith, J. Thop-
(which Incidentally run right son and Myron M i]her.

Cage Scores

Saturday's College Basketball Dliuth Branch (Minn.) 15, Mae.
to G.~T do5 If 0
w th e s outstandn ftel pencer, rf 1 0 0

EAST Minnesotn, p 641 1
Mon base for the Rotary om e run: Paentad WDak.i
Temple 73, St. Josephs (Pa.) 58 Mt. nion 83 Ohio Wasleyan It
La nalle 100Furman 83 St. Umpires: 83, Thomas 80 (over.
Canihis. 0,Boston College 5 uh .) Ma)
Wagner, 97. Albrlght 61 WIftonsin 79. Ohio State 'I
Rocseste r 3a .cO>rlr

a rac Dayton 86 Loyola (.) To,
ed ST Notre Dae 9, oPe p U
Rochester 73, toerUn 57 St. Mary's (MMn., ) O ih AuW a
Brandeis 90,iBoto 72 n ia ,
Rutgers 81, Bucrl.hIO W7 ln7A, Auia (8t U

rines. 68 M3,13
St. Prane (Pa.) 88. Lawrenc yto ooa if ,) 1 St"

Penn State 85, West Virginia 8 'Colr ao ra ow St te 6
St. Francis (N.Y.) 70, Aal hi u Mr (inn. u
st. c72 St. Lawre. 8 iwe n.0

Yall 74, ConnbI*a D55 Oin"t
Penn 61, Cornell 468 Ts 6' 5 r .
Dartmouth 60, Princeton 50 w &IM04o I% n flntd
16rdham68, Georgetown (DE3.) aSSS ar d -" g1
Mulhenburi 7, Gettysburg 70 "vif (Ind.) 7walparaime
Navy'17, rvard 89631
St. Peters 67 Ions 57 Oshkosh 87, Whitewater 89
N.Y.U. 91, Pittsburgh 77 Omahh 72, Wporia State (K6 .)
Maine 80, New e Hamp 77 ,
Akron Goodyear 93, Westmin- St. Cloud Thra 94, Moorhead 80
ster (Pa.) 8 MiM url Va- iley, v t. ifv
N.Y Maritime 83, Harpur 48 wa .... .st ,.
Philadelphia Textile 82,. Dela- I, .u g
ware = b o81. t u Ot. .e t
Denison 95, Susquehanna 69 An son-1Kl M t Tr
Brooklyn Poly 79, Queens Coll. 62 Northwestern College 91, Con-
Wilkes 82, Hofstra S0 cordia (Mn.) 84
Geneva 103, Waynesburg 70
Drexel Tech 81, U,.lus 53 SOUTE EA
Hobart 75, Rensselear Poly 71 Arizona 71, Ne-Meco. A&M 0
Clark 73 Lowell Tech 58 Ark.O8l. 71, NewMvisoan 9
Assum nAon 70, Worch ester Alr 66 ex
American International 76, Texas oetan 870, TeX Luth-
Bridgeport 70Texas We a 80, nt-
Penn. M Itary 61, Swarthmore57 xash 8, Texas W tera 5q
Haverford 77, Elizabeth to w &n iLe 2 2 AM 18
(Pa.) 75.. M '.t naln '277 IRid 5

Alabama 82, Georgia Tech 81
Auburn 76,. Vanderbilt S
Miss. 63, MissslIppi State 53
Wake Forest 101, Clemson 8
Davidson 75, V=J. 3L
George Washington 76, Juke 71
Eastern Ky. 83, Western Ky. 54
Tennessee 021 Flolrda 58
Kentucky I00, Georgia 08.
Mississippi College 76, Howard 76
Spring Hill 76, Georgia Tehrs 64
Norti Caro. St, 82, Villanova 10
Tenn. Tech 7B, Murray (Ky.)
Loyola (Md.) 86, Catholic U. 0.
Louisville 79 Stetson 01
Virginia 75, Johns Hopkns 55
West Liberty 68, Olenville t 57
West Virginia Tech 104, Aldr-7
son-Broaddia 8$2
Mercer 88, Florida Southern 5,
Northwestern La. St. 92% Louts-
lana College 67
Presbyteran 75, The Citadel 48
Rollins 61, Detroit Tech'48
North Canolina Colle 82, Mr
gan St. 68
Hshport College 61, ataws
Baltimore 7, M. Mi
Roaioke 94, Tow.on St. .4.
East Tenn. St. 71, ItT ipl
. comb 57
St. Augustine 9S 1,
Southeastern La. 6
ern La. 61 -

ast Tex, Baptist9 S8f"Marys 64
Arkansas A&M 81, Mi1hop 58

Oregon St. 65 WshLington Bt S4
Denver 70, Montanap
Washngton 70, Idaho 6a
Regis ; Cole. Colk 54
Seattle 1, 0a6aga 49
Lewis & Clark 74, Williammette
U.C..A. 77, Stanford 58.

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perceptive ingunty* required tot pnake it come out us e *----15 .3
the cuetoum ay sffiuil .gret, o m 2 .WA
Kore uMe had been gettI a bad Prep. There was the WT GAMES "
646 itt) two IlanaslO E apd 'the fab1e..tel la last asi at. Tupyar gear Naconal
Itis was a ast rebute the fOo ll vrerlorda t e a an
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ye te I .treiI4 "re_ It at i. fae valuPale, Aty wit4a
ated a se a4 r-long talk from hao. h oe s, .C. W TD i
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serve o lw hed son. and a sensaonally successful Seymour n va Philip
;O at imnj prlj trgule'ln ti ub S lInd
case ra 4wo F aIOW riwe tre im ito r e stciinn aa auitib 'O :th eillvpe. irt .
On tthw attnd st. they wese being relieved of a symbolic Diputilia ragwell va. Sears
rI1e We for one re1aon Of MlR thrs 4tlid ece C 0. at La s ac.
, g A t,,eo.gat-overy and i, mtP .pl cy raI n_ l -n A vauler
Of pUs nolentsiy to the ideal an m at h Mil Games Clovelly C. C; Co parrton 0. C.,
elpl~fjJiefotznm w f, however, gmgo of te critc' inp ie w rql had a elose sall at aSats Orsn.
was V t ' aturday phulaelphl,. .
hweDYvlofItwr4,n ,fe manW 0.. 1 5 Rvm
r t linois did not withdraw from Donald freshman at
pom Lm_,nW o]. ,al. e qult .b.loung they cgidq't villanovak-i-a l ily Ia eanvDit a Sea eG,, 14 r for! +PlStl"on
beat h'besi th d gt ne a N orl Data win to fu- cover on hMN Pole auel him from C. C,, IW (or 4
their their Big Ten. presfile. Amy Iter l ItU sereu belae a fatal sheI:.,

vU1 e. WO t Onl in e eoege f"oot l o wl d ed the top o rnd part a C. C. batted rllantly
lo. t p e 4, pl I he ptu ned v hmit'o Cm foraa draw. el e

t. i o Ayw the *M r me, it pared walssy," C. placed
I o f Ut 1 W ruli quite a Itself in ti s when
r W to eiatig morl rg e F IC A Samuelr t ed soundly
I danpe .aaanas coyer uas -a .etad for s o59 w C tVS04rt Wa Qe con-
iade for .te Pqla d Rta 52, tlnued hl* lmWY0 gfnqe' With
S. As a Matter tOf ecord p t r lt iuvet i asl, a valiabS lA. WO ar Reynolds
I y b~* ,v _Wh. IaepepelvU with o6, not out.
Wbej on come raigh tq tpsemt heivp
ddntwithdra g Dpna As sqon ers delared their
re eI.a 11Of wept. Talter lo ,rg 4t ptateo total
.. ever *ro. rh ifo P'. Ard 11 Perkins
& 6 .2 aa l'ichard Bun, 1, and
Wt.JSJSl 1, .a yW and am happy to call hi mT pTlore Bowga, I not out,
h M .eft ,B i qug eleult to. ,,am nn showed ..sl o mat g llta1 mias-
S.wUJ. ro,'s atnt ~,nr am.',d i X Terable ,r lae tow oler during
Srt i1.p.o Writtx srThe results:

tl*, (pe do whe Sd gamuel campbel,. 59; Egbert
*eulons pn a disputed fy a- 6 Wade 3U; Harold Kerr. 1: Ed-

.s lie aV OW'- PIoP onW tew ward JorWan, E4 t tN R
a U o WtroUgh i not pt; Qhrfield n 7;a
wieq Marcus mit. 4 not4t ; Etr .
S-gla clred).
t ews~o ,
Total,160If I or 0;EhWta

sursd or P, W tIl;,Obosier
Q IJolaudI i(0 fo r %RhI, r

Is0s' t. ftn e.. 4 Arthur , 0ht
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where blue r ter meets the green,
a pod of sailfish lay in wait for
thdie Okeh. We didn't know wen
we started, ahouI fish, and
how importat ft w~oujd b4 that
we catch oAe. We were te give
form and ritual to Okeh's life.
It is bad to loae a fish first te
out It if weOse thka wlting wna.
der a 10%,r, 9 1P brt ll at ng r 4"
ror, and with fodr U lt-tlbkle an-
glers on board. Captain Frank was
worried because this was his first
day in the Palm Reache silflsh
LPoty minute. op hore we slam-
med into a triple-heder. Three
Oimflsh 1boled p iahnd our bats,
twoip q w thep mk reled loaps
qd.% are' tm dsterp, and the
lt.miloang P0Oynrms tri lht
aWay Dome Jpck-. l 1g hig over
In &1u woFV. Koept for the
trQb oMf pkeh's epgjes, aad empty
eer Can that rlled on= the deck.
L dsleSo li4ne beig crooked
In, thefe wa"I a soNYd. It was a
Fos ho t ft, ie .qut.
hetai. Fw1 made wide
awem6 0 t1 .u.. blue water and
J0 e 1,ut the tine we took a
Ipeuwird blerini, my line snap-
ped fom the trigger and a
ehasiin', wild-eyed prple-finned
*uWinh rose asainu t te peach-
powed clouds. I struck and, with
TUCSON (NIA) )- Ariona's
buskhtbaft teaam lo ist first two
stuart in the Borer Coaferenoe,
bound, bk atF a -65 victoryi
over the New Meoro Aggles. The
Wildcats. are co-defenders of the

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were leaden when
finally bd'bed tii ,

her first red pennant. 7! -

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Rocking Chafre

ST. WO1S, Feb. 8
Harrison Weaver veterga
of te-Cardnals, has inv
Wl gWmgets that v ref
work eatf.an l his Unes
pain of athletes.
Doe Weaver's foreaiosta
butions arc mechanical nilt
units in the form of pillows
bles, chairs and hand. Theme
taken the place of the niMM
Anyone can operate the6.:|
by the Niagpra Cor o lt
Adamavil, P., they ecote
ally designed motors,, .l
mounts and floating pd n .s4
operate within .the qi
induce a cirular, hbii
vertical amot e, reskultipg.
massage action.
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Pope Pius Slightly improve;

AL LIMITED DERAILED Ten cars of the Baltiiore
SRailroad's National Limited lean sideways after the train
ed a Diesel locomotive at Wilsmere. Del. The train was
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a.iry Industry Is Ur edoVATICAN CITY. Feb. 8 (UP)- matters and also saw members ard Air Forcee.cama w-ayed for S X W M Ifo, 5 fl..7 A ""...7d
Industy l .I Pope Plus XII showed alight im- of his family. their ailing spiritual -leader. I R dSt.,CMk h t
provement today for the third Even though reports from the Canadian Primeriniste" Louis fl f)'iWlt WAr
straight day, raising hopes he Vatican were optmistle, Roman St.. LaurenK, now In&$ on a fa tw ln. as_4I'
may be able to leave his bed for Cathplies around the Wyprd globall peo" t, at ded a ll
i Pri* Drin k g a few hours later in the week. pray. yesterday for the Pope's nday mau. t c' a ' 'r -
t A high Vatican source, said the recovery. - of the Imn "tlon
0romoteP MD Inkin Pope, ill with gastritits, and hic- ell rang out ta'Roe 47 to rai fat ...very. A Y
cups. spent another restful churches butf nc specIal pyiy#rs In utalrn John At .unO go r"s1.
S were said, because priyn.. for Charles tod dio-' -
atica:t official brought a tte Pope are a norm Dart 1 lese "to a p fsth- TheiThehter Guild's produr-
- WASHINGTON, Feb. 8 ( UP)- as the lead-off witness at to- small portable altar to the Pon- the serve in church aof the er during reaction of "Skylark," Samson a-
h1hereiary of Agriculture Ezra T. day's hearing. tiff's bedside at 7:30 a.m., the Eternal City. anxiety." phaelson' ever comedy, wil be
on suggest today that the Lob also testified last wee hour he customarily elevated Priests erinunveiled t first time to
5ry industry dake y the most of before the Senate Agriculture a until his doeiors: ordered loaner ato 'Roman I Austria, tr Cardinal Isthmian audi ces, tomorrow -
rn tfee rices v promote. ommitteehim to bed eight days ao. churches in prayers for the P Innlter direct' all riests to night at p.m. at the Workshop LONDON Feb:' (P Two aistance leader who is ehared
ins more drinking of milk. Peall's group, alter studying Prof RIcctrdo Galeazzl-LisL and American chaplains at Aty recite the Orato -Pro Papa, Theater adjacent 'to the Ancon aers aboatdone Briteh alrtraft with heading an esplonage
: er,son noted the industry's ef- the transcript of that hearing, the Pope's physician, made his aand the same prlTer4 said In laundry, carrier have bet. cp d a0 rating in the nort
'It* to step un American milk w: s nrimed to question Lobe Is n noitlaer, head
Jurint to step up American milk v':s a rnmed to question Lobm regular morning visit and re- all Dutch Cath~o churches. Da I Tucker plays the lead. cableshAve been cut. at& a-. waters of tthe North AUahtl
ffrinkcng and said that currea t and the other witnesses from poted late that the Pontiff was Dri Former the clea successful young othet in an lntrec te Wae tOraation
0:fee prices make this a part, the exchange ont some points oabl to take his liquid breakfast IU American sry6d faen joined in man Koly Kenyon. Dan is at of sabotawgeft tire 'foyalNa vy r arref St WsAfsclosed& o
r "good time to push for the earlier testimony, such as: without difficult solemn prays at .dman Cath.- present with the 'Navy at Rod- t was disclosed today. I' L fi&n ses spruce chiet
er consumption." 1 To what, if any. extent are Thiswas an apparent Indisc- Ai olic makes trougloiut free Eu- man. -He had, a non-theatrical The incidents nring to akttal cor 'Ah rn e rylm ter
government now has$350,- foreign interests engaged in ou rope yesterday. backgroad; graduating from the sabotae att a :ad e the atte to
O ? tied un in dried milk. tradln, on the New York ex- t t i Harvardn1952 as an. Eng neer
; e.I e and butler surpluses. chtnge?asyes-oteateItW Although the Vatican s Harv It Was on his arriv- at navalF ay t sOU of. e s in .aMn te
i astter consumption of fluid 2 Is there a possibilitytha A Vatiecal so,'oce gained ia- n t tca for praye n e o in fo m Cr n thIt wantsto tn sah of re hne oi tartl~e 4n h ala d t. S i
would cut down on the Brazilians who control coffee sera llntinton ofethe t ne w u tha-othesailgnrPontif' the church He play d in the Navy produc-n l ast Nov fqember. rlaeh e a fo s
aunt to be made into these suPplie tat their source are also era conditio ofTar n the n otheactvlleso Owen e crush a surge oCommun- Net ed oth

adkedthercyia aSid. 1 O to C n t of "Georgeo Washingto eTwo -nlunpar g
tt ead sold top the govern- enaed i speculation on the Pope wae"one of great eao- "BOGOTA, Colombia, Feb. 8 he b aie o of eoe eastn os a tat were ippled d .
i under th p e support echane which tends to drive ness. L(UPi -- Sources close to Dr. Slept Here" and then with the lat ury a The .man
S. u erh epri -e .up American retaihel nrralcs? It the Pope' condition the per- Lauchlin Currie, White Houseo Aajeter GelA In ef"Rebecca"h easB e lugapnt War whe a ur, e'a otsin a-a
Allen rear D-Deu 31 What othe effect on re te t improve. he may be able aide during Cies World Warf at, saidan aar a
estede ori stormed source disclosed to- the lPred Rsevelt membe ta De fort he personally drew favor- bse on the sorcon

S P R e. 8 w anh out to cover all e s sources said the depart- Janigh 1941 to helpan to settle Cohiang ed. although Pena ma edto N Fb 8 (UP) Me he In orwa rl
c mstbat high coffee prices, out" cof fee f or the American i athoue iext fewe woaks. I nlomba for good, even I oi 'his re rn pveo a ww before ba saitte was. 14 be 1ed1 ThE, Itatlyngity oS'the "en-
sa tp rvisouidsrba uts honor .of the eoond'gahver- ta was not r vefe ded.

hca e aust MAdATTnCHe Cale previously had been unable to nt contracts with the C S yner e ark mep services have set yi ifln hr- f taneo
ever hope to accomplish Chnrman George ken retain the chalk opae liid n government for a Recon government has redea a firm policy o f Cynthia Mathews. rAl- n at oft the a the ra 44 od qv
e to eve Anthony T. Men d for lining t in a position structon and Developmenraton so far, because growing Le t segregation in all branches. der oet-o Maxwe
ll se more coffee su entered in culture Co a the evidence to date doe not treamlining and economic m- balloting held a ths tme. a one the largest e od hot nd abbed to
and ment ," Frear declar- mlttwe has said the on a dst Inter rat any criminal prosedu- proeek. Formi bra es o any service t1hain bl-s cf tr ooMe ea leth ceatebdo dn a dth ,t.ene-
Sathresubcommittee estn" tinhe shouted byhis Vaticanommittee, recommen- himself to administrative assnd stst ryng to revve the modr- their Defense Departme 3,0nt ON BAa r Glory 8 wh Vlage.

Sa.wth Dr. Juan A Pons* ."Take that lieht of: me. mans datlon tor a perjury prosecution raising in a farm he bought inD ate coalition that. enabled De sources said the Navy has been (U -Teot ud.aldit -
orma l hearn on co t's a brou lackout! I'm an air raid of Davtles was ade in July lban municipality, northeast of Gasperi to govern for s chooeven enlisting "thousands" of Fid- t, the Blt!a naval bae In the Bdhelm, who achieved famer
l ricdes.a, and PetroioMmei rhehehdnvelt and Harry Trumano notable coming n through the an Harry ndberaa ch aeBoh n
and e Co ea people from Chandlerk .g ey oftht rO i was mentioned d ud r I n g th celba, 2-yearoid. Sicilian lw- te InternatiOnal oeodetic Sur-
andeit worries th -Temp"o ew York Exroinnhe that Braz- c 4 06-IFt ,
noimgrDmn~oTlon b urea .urchdebut In w ark"as. eyrtleN a dothpa '
ofIn "cem ter of the 'ln ntees "fi' rie and WaordtOltnactivities Owepeut e cr who eiea iede de G Mo Apume thitetwo thle tdarl- i
Subcommittee han- ndo to maintain them bv lina-ro e t io w rrs sr ioBr xisTe bost sw _ish .eII ._ .h
th tt th- i teLttitore, Par Eastern expert insm in Italy agreed today to try VheAeg. "t e r
%be discouhichd rom -InALatt orAr eF'a.the threat 8 orm.efromutonnolrowe todh r.Tishmornislot on h os, o
. that Americans eliminate mrrloe i'hvaclable for American'h s nformagovert o a bWSl isehunieghtd t r ther rle hlt P ." I '
from at least one or twoTco me sorSsrindictmentm forperjuryDe. N CoW mi o eb a turday, ate rader a re qa
sloeras the sure-fire way Thne neal-rsubcommitteerye 1n2.omiectuinonwofcomoebacekt.h -e sp eede c
plcsne Sdwnrdsquhethidhavrendtee*sgchrgeinone veh Boots'crewman athe Ies
ibsomtteettwonoo n- min rices other things, with prjuring The hard-boiled Sicilian law- Tickets maybe procured at Dag- board it. a.
nen1IR.-Md.)called!A oainstPerjiheayihpe riotrc squadswfoiledr re.- mar's qa vo *13 O at It:- Is aumed; .theceiy;
-Bech.l sr.,"'realdentaleof br .f.s $1'per pound for most himself intestifor Currie while penotYr Commnri t attempts to the box Office. Phone tesut a5rbdebti said. that exti w't-" ou a _
"govlerTh..un bysto e is o h wthorh tons may be
YO oe aen r commute bF the latter waa White Hoe 'govern by strike"m;pter fourth tia ybgetsRemaigta a
friCoffeeE change T Ite Agi'ultured s t te b a nWdoman to tackle the j of restor- day at Balboa (2) 61. ied"
rl ,. e ,id 'lediItMtedostndTup..a-aide. s ute.to the q t fomromnen
,, a me rr,,1n' a bill tO put the cofwe Sen. Joseh X Mpfrthy charg- ing stability to Italian politics salue t the quqen from being aebncremg
Wiwi---nange undrfederal tegl- WA T N, Feb. 8 (UP)--d on Sept. 9, 1950 that Currie since last yea indecisivegen-fired.TheItwos te urruarebelieoedto
to. iseeju-te""pertinentdhag de- or-ldeV6d'the destruction of cap- era! election& Navy flay o nE u One'fr the salute.calle
Ordklobetbrso Sorth natial-a e
s--' ,.errngdanyr u'eGnermanmunitionsear--rschot- .c
tI vtloption bY the F deral ury Ion into the per-aked for Chinese nationalists e e Ga ss. hold that e Is thefi
,oWmmlpplon .is in full swiqng. It lury cherar n ainst cqerer dip- by the Joint Chiefs of Staff aft- Giusepper ella and social, arc- i lroigi u i Eliabeth so for as Scotland is
Arez -centered tbtm far on coffee Tonit. 3ohn P ton Davies, Jr., er V. E. Day.former mintore Fanfril, alloErnza Teyhs thatln
i 9'aa "---,e oi4erptions.' t formed sources disclosed to- The late President Roosevelt members of the Christian Demo-; 'Itrieda-Branc h eth I reigned only nver Epglau"
AeV iWPfl 'rpid hh asubcommitit'q do. sent Currie to Chungking In critic Pat" have triedrand fallm snw+
P.were cae-8-"'-ea of the industrvydnoft to mei aboutready to Inform Kai-she G government In em- govern for a few month before WASH]NGTON, Feb.8 (UP) Mean borwa, secu.i-
gAlvin o e ncomn rottnoan dltrfbtng tfi enate Internal Security playing funds from the U.S. Ie Was overthrown by friction- The Navy is considering ty police today announce the
v, ican H.Ro teSAOgr~Socesuer. committee that, as of now, Stabilization Fund to support within his own party. "drastic" action to change the arrest of a fornier Communit
on e aso- .the department has been un- slipping Chinese currency, as pdedominntly Negro nature of
i6 noto i ntc ai iraitno Alert o warreapt a gra a nd Jury in- resisting Japanese aggression. have created a rwingdemand amonsat said today. he sean dbulma
R eb.8 (UP) Police fouin4 it It was emphasized that the International Bank for a Recon- government has resisted e Idea firm policy of ending racial RuAMtakin an ion-
SCaicago," Rose eC ,i-d to boleve Anthony T. Men-ldepartment is not in a position struction and Development to so far, because growing Leftist segregation In all branches. der O4 end attMawe
IChicago iselacinobe's storp when they arrested to dv w Davies a clean bill of cqme here in 1950 with a con- sentiment makes it appear the The Navy stewards br*ch, R uns .Bt-ode64 Mattwc
k :."Chicago is tacin, a oa ft cm suspicion of butrglary,, thealth. It wIHlmerely say that tract' to help in government Communists mlght win in any while not oficiaLly se pe o w C o
r We wall Peet general 0!ntered il the beam pt a the evidence to date does not streamlining and economic im- balloting held at this time. is one. of the largest ,sinLower'u th, sTbed cO
nnt probmemo, which ccj's flah"l'ht on a drugstore warrant any criminal proseWu-nprovementsbrathesaofdanaserce t
P aerto Rhcans." root In the early hour of the tion. Friends said he would devote The Christian Democrats have ohbef!ly composed of Negroes..
a three-hoar cn- morning. Menfhe shouted-, The subcommittee, rcommen- himself to farming and stock been trying to revive the moer- Other Defense Department LONG BEACH, Cal., Feb. 8 h e
r.with Dr. Juan A Pons, *"Take that liLht of: me. dlan, dartion for a perjury prosecution raising in a farm he bought i-n ate coalition that enabled Do sources said the Navy has been (UP) The Coast GCuard said -t
Rican secretary Of 't's a blackout! I'm an air raid of Davies wasemade in July, Aban municipality, northeast of Gasperi to govern for seven enlisting "thousands" of FIlipi- atceived a radio mage!1ay Bpdenhelin who achieved fame
itbor secretry'Fernando warden."- 952. Bogota. years following the war, but 30 noW as stewards--most of them from the Panamanian e and rich 0 0 Ia d&of Green-
.'defar they have had no notable cring in through the an Harry Lundeberc fying aI Vem
lagan de Colon, head of success. Diego, Calif., training. ban In jun aground oft f Loter hadta- ring twenties, an i
aabor departmenandemploy-tharthecrewh recent months.adandhtt
at gr ati buIwaum It also was reported the Navy Ten d one ship ... wr e
agreed that t 1o infor prospectivewasCmakingGspecrlleffort a*"t ore
Rican government"Wp lenlista small number of WhIte which Indicated the vessel pos Both b were flly *th-
t as to prevailing con- sailors in its stew branch off Cape San Lucas at the tip o it Te
tsasto maylknow Spilts- Navy officials refund. however, the Lower California. pninsu.w
so that they may know to discuss the extent Of this The Coaut Qurd said the wi
expct; (2 Persons program e he
equipped to meet the high- ALastcyeanrprogram.- FW~'Whlavia, of the Grate Line, wasi
eshnstitive labor market ouseyIntervention, Anderson
SARASOTA, Fla., Feb. 'Hordered.outhe navalebrses ta aid her. wahes ersons.gtou a foun non the floor next to
[ .to the Chicago sere. (iljr) -.ioto 11, the c,'cus tto abolish segretted c"tafiti- ruard cutter returning from
U;estimated there ore be- ,nd0,0 Perto gprula' ap1Jeazu tudoy to oe in r'- washrooms and dring recentt yacht race to Acapulco,- 'A'1n-stat, nii n krat--
8,0 t Cand 20,00 P gooo spaa, dtespte the zact fountains for e iw a wor e'.. Mex., was reported heading se
In the Chicago area, but sje unuerent a aeCIciLe three Vice PresidentRichard M. ward the scene "at- masaUnm -u ywr',.y
closer to the smaller and one-hair-nour rain oper- Nixon announced reey the speed" and 'was expected toi
Srtome 40 to 50 un- 'otoa awakened from a drug- Southern Navy y g.ehours.
PuOrthe Ricans would ge sueep on a oeo outside --- her rNay Ir.
ed to the island wgth- cage in the gorilla Quarters at
public assistance to w he tingling Bros., Barnum and
n.on-r'1ents.,"'-4 Baley circus winter name. A -,
tied thet In this 7)7 "."- -- V r \ special nurse hovered over her.
aed ue t In tois '", '"bhe has a good appetite," '"
y.V the some situation a".. 9 r \said Dr. J. Y. Henderson, chiief --
citizensares inu o raw egg mixed with warm mhZ
state In the union. aria topped it of with orange <

cans.in Order Mason Trupp, a prominent
re ded, Pa team or two doctors and
are. .t1weed tO three nurses. Surgery was call-
,hliy c wtve labor eag for after Tot was stricken
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