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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00286
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| MESOS McDA L24 cano Balboa. A. e C housr 'n Anconu u bu d on whi BERLIN, Feb. 9 (UP)-. Demands of Eat G<5'Auton
I OLM A.lAe' ^ oKLEND Wet R aESPON.PH ThO SBdgltd ent under which Communisfoppressed millions for Western-style free
|. .^ oTERS NOT RESPONDING D sod afteinr due ionS whiCh would enable them to throw off the Redt
t ahe s Gulmo 0. e aa 'a.' Pa nce f fy.. y wa for some swelled to a zone-wide chorus today, and threatened
8loy .G",oj Y; e$, 3". Pan am$10ian n, 0 .
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t i-. li rt b, ba. "l who ar10c a8 fsaied USe Anti-Communist unl ergroundorganizotions .

Bender th treatmwt. LaE ,OME-Job ta. ibig i.t back of an open tor Provr dnra.. sands gf leaflets demanding free elections and Ger
l Jr II58.nvolved b rr Funeral services have been set two children who live in Coro- conv ble, waves the Amer can lag and his hand to the crowd O3ie Or *spc'tiYO bid* unity.

tIaKr f auind tbev nwt John '. folu. Jtr. a 4 ear-o ad resident of carsdale. but bl~s who hadtoih him on eion a.e poliCc eohgaOrCrmentS to ei f city O4'0s throughout
I Ab-. i ... So iet.e under orders to 'kep the lid o'n" *thrip
b 1 ., pay- hsts. IIJf^50 ore ew o$1e0d,000, but the stor-vs wh
nell fg f:;t * t Byood-and-siee reMr:rator inside East Germany, said anti-t o
an ot itu $3 a terday. rgyide at (he C.- hip Kinkaid earned all irr communaitfl weE turning out a MUl V jIPtme'
anontho ,- gl toegr^ Jet o 1te dpartleio i she would 1e fSood of aml demand wihS *I
u s otn. K I U d on an "a basis. He noted acceptance f or elec-
Thed t wIa norelya o P 4 at there are our suits aainst tions aid reip cation present-
Coreli fh a 5Inc as t s p Av e t ;o .erA and that F ldes the lud0- ed by the three Western powers m a u '
criiutai t hll e; -' f ,,toh 1er K0e,._0,,,-.1. he san i wer Fo in oua

SI n Feb. (UP- t involved In the press at th Big Four foreign mni-
*aeat en axi ti orpte th. Fren~ Dese ministerRene tho a unsated trs' inference here o
''tt n T c i l tle s tas a sl t tle e v I at fa oto-est.90s primitive "riptndo press an .
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ate to rthe s sitee Hoatal a itt ay, armae with "ful C S I S analhome-made mimeograph '
,d WlE g t a t ssa rc-lt of, t.s go. t"e I.',".0 tlt tor a4, 1954. a. chlne. were said to be rnd
IlheiU use dhey Ae faulty 9 sy toThe .h no t o Ig to $.and Maer- wti anti-Communot nS

8n 3S9 a the Joint Ci wf tom e c Sarilestn et spaner Nsuipi *- defense eae u&

by lP t ^' pr .t. 2- a a ; eS i'rnigce has TSa e.iPof ged that serious toipan^ put %8 opwrs ri tung. pointedup the explosive verbal at
qutt w pi.n the States to ica t 6on given to sending the eter .apre today ale. character of the unrest. Ru ana on Amer
b e Senate eanwh it as offela onqts to In tot a y training mission Europe and the Nea
Sng reedn al t people (or IT reported that another gtal ,r, a to 12 wIlve comnniwcatlons in the battle to uh, -informed sources MIlle also thai an admiraity Reports from major Soviet u. 8. Secretary of
whom the of te fire broout eerd a aoael. wit Commust rebels, was sa. against the ip and Gu!f one industrial areas d the Foster Dulles Br
United ta h smed this th parally gutted List bo ruhed here frois learned today. sources said the proposal International for some S9,000 unrest of workers 'still was secretary Antho
measure of ispons lblity." she lay at the explosive ann Pa b a was ex pud tc Iqformed sources said the is oeuftuts 1ied by a government dowlars. rrowfin. with the Communis pt French Foreign "MTIa
Sherage in Balboe harbot4 s eur 5 5 r te, French iar ly reOuested men co h n Southeast Asia head. Gulf Ir ternatknal went bank- in some eases turning their Bidault planned their atl
i An off^cia soue s h 'lithd ea what rueassrz t to fl Flylig SOzcars ed -ejtity Defense Secretary rupt in Panama City early in headqntrferp' buildings and at a noon meeting at thB-
lnAn offii source sald..he -id bettltp ABVa the deteriofate which ar tricky to maneuver into Roger Kyes and Undersecre- January key factories into strong- iah High Commissioner's
not belcve thera had been an- l nin stao the qhort landing strips it mndo- y t Walter B. Smith. Last Thursday however, atto:*- points to resist possible at' They .eapecte. I ayft
other acual fire but conflrmed acl in the planning wiy china. a NHadferd is thinking of ney Dav.d A. Leon gave nottlr tacks. eign minister Vychbejga^ '
that sme:lderin continued .- srep u. Amican n materi Te m wlptal tw b generals to head such in appeal or thel decision of Ws M oto to pre se
1sv beand In t% hhear had beon orces du airmen closer t h ever Ame na in "in f avor of Proveedora. Investigation Committee" said d t t the t c s r
b.On a .beW gentra n. an ei- e l.te a h se:n-ye nwe ad th k f rti r t oand er i t The appeal. ho ever, did not l at e tsCommun st olice 14tse t ffhis t e
f PuaBps worked throughout tl'e L rang Prabng fiscal said th, government will Korea.o headed a- similar train- have the etfec. of stay aor cities ip the East zone.
Upon eafn go nightaboardthe explosion shit A hig French government take "a apo1 long look" at the im- ing fsiop that helped the Greek day's sale. It was learned th'.t Partlcularly strong units were Molotoy already has
ou oe remained aboard. fc a itted the stti pcaUons bro kig a deci- ar te nation of Communist additn to cost bond f d to have been sent to Dres- throh all bt one te

was Ine $0O in IUlatftct Yesterday Painama CanBJ & IronCon-nmunlt invasion fore apartment o ci tsare understood Mikel nel,' U. S. Army com- would heve been necessary for a Leipzl. Halle. Alterbur. En- Western powerson Nhv.i
H r.thq AMno tad give n t ihcid P naard m e rn P 1 iln 'r to have rPsd strong objections mander in the Pacific. "supersedeas bond" to have be.n gledort Brand.pbureand Hen- The only major itels ole
a..sp0nded -nt Jail tests, an hi morning othea r o rn Paraban yesterday on the $P0lns, action might The traaing mission presumably filed if xecutlon of the ju.- ningdorfwere described as oth note not brought unt l
en board* the ship to et oand t Prwardb etrdar commit iscou too deeply in would b'ain and coach French-led rent were to be stayed. er points where unrest could is the question Oaf <
.on l'ecommendatiqn: Deit. acts on which a decision can be aidesto the banka of the Me- the Southeast Ast struggle and native troops and would not en- Such dupeisea.-as bond woull break into opei1 revolt, bases 1I Europe Mafd at. -
a' su b stuen explosin. a T e uidn Kwnd- rt1p4toswo ha

: toward bhoypttal hxeenea Very what Ragd the ehnas y en rnce wh nd cs for transedrts, to a. ne. ts an hihwa rossn headwra with n

faced maximum pPun' MacDonald, Dean of the Cathe- Konzg, l0 the defttn of the cay- Meanwhile Adnt, Arthur W. Rad- mietmmh -rebels. gage the shin was sold, of the pamphlets that the Corn- Bi Three ra
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of ve yars in- the dral. Interment will be at Coro- ilal. munrists h"d called off nroa- subject of re. ii t
npe p. y a jail, or alCemetery. M attle-worn French Union ieo anda rallies which they had many. a
ti. h,00 inmtear- P. 5. Trenbaith, of Scaradale. troops took up new..positte ons in | 1 s t si ahedole* to praise soviet for- Ir was crIttI
who 15 a ir bro,%ket pr aise ove for- Eas Waeterday abord1

qeration and a fln. New York, brother-in-law of the the hea.4rly fori ted defenses en e | a A i 1 t pro n r elan nr sister V. M. Molotov's that either sideS
Clark's driver's lcen 1 at deceased, arrived on the Isthmt s the ImnClate.dcinhty otLnan I Y Sb -g e I .w unt.v plan. Its bast positions
taken up 'y the court toda last nirht to attend the services. Pabang. French command East German omnunist with the Westeho l
He has beP out on n of In addition to his wife the spokesman said te decisive bat- newspaper reported wide- free elections and
i aie the accident "ht former Rosa Elena Shaw and tie Is expected 'in a few days." *f spread 'urges of "ehemines mandi a
,u'hed in -front of the Balboa The lightning.-lke Rd stab u L I r in Co mmunist part urantel t
dl u hurein thefte aftw o ut the rebels ta cloae, to theor LI d thIarSr today the Redi s ttihtehas a e el n
durt.th.irrst week ot Chceot L ndl.dt tan t v eJa0 the l I secuM ny e rasure again t I t"a "r
a n elht o lad AprilS surprise I- bes a new revolt.
te injured won- Geti nake vaaion of the IJochh ite-kinh- WASHINGTON.. Feb. 9 n-(JPt te Sen. Margaret Chase Senate Agriculture Committee Reports of the arrests trickled Mootov refused to
oati Q lark offer-r u o dim i. Two large grocery chains cu t S Mha .) imroduced a reso- completed its study of the silua- In'o the free half of the city dto.eus to
St4 then drove Reer o -d g'.errtllas in the saar- prices on their own brands of cof lton g on the President t tion last week by approving a bill along with stories of work slow- deman a r re a
a tid oft his car's \Ye r P Ohn aeds wer reported probing zhe fee yesterday but the head of the iinpoaeb embargo against all to put the coffee exchange under '!owni ir Communist-run factor- many on his terms an
S ;' aw geave it ;'rench defensess an the main New York Coffee Exchange pre- im l coffee from Guatema- federal re ulation. les. ay. at e confere
Sf "an to CHICAGO, Feb. 9 (UP) A ody of the invading icth 'Viet- dicted prices on vacumm-packed la i this should be in re- The Fe eral Trade Commission The Communists were report- secret aession. WAt beilh I
o e. dancer gave In to her landlady's i*-th "ron' Division adyan"3d national brands may go even taO ?iajGer Communist d anina- also is investigating .the exchange ed fortlfVing their headquarters have ejected Wdsterl
ark two previous n- demand to evict a 7- pyth e through the eech-niested lun- hi her. tionf a Latin American coun- to determine if it was involved in and confiscatin ll weapons gestions that he 'Vn O

fr failure to report an from her bathtub. .es some 25 miles to the rear. -orger and Alb*rs announced try end "unjustified" coffee price any price-fixing efforts, even hunting rifles. fluence to ease tenmi ,.
accide Mrs. Elvira Keourek. whot uc -- cuts of six cents a poune on their inc resea Sen. J. Alien Frear J. (D-Del.), American officials said anti- Fare East.
S' the snak In a dncig act. ship-. leading brands in more than 1,800 Baason told ha news conference a member of the banking subcom- Commarnisn slogans such as Sae.e 1948, whe the

Q e Cihc-hd A . .an uet r of to a friend. e i itj A flS'Frn Midwest and Southern stores. A c- prices of $1.03 cents a m-ttee, said "housewives can do "freedom" nnd '-free elections" nmiots last me n. D.
.M u The and1adv Leona Ro r spokesman 'sal coffee purchased p 1i 15 cents a cup in some more than we can ever hope to aoOearei duinn the nihbt o* auost of Western
a^Q~l H) w in1 that worry over the sneke cauz- 83 and 85 cents a pouud. coasn on" of milk. Israel, whose importing firms psr v ha"'"gvar'ers thermselves. powers' pft p --
WIRA.hog ed mar tIsne.- u tth

S ouhed her t ralns aboo d ar "ii, a d tilhi Simultaneously, t Nustave Lobo the dairy industry to owns two Brazilian coffee planta- One nWest Brltn anti-Commau- Dules, iane e
fIlag. Rohrer ,ata to Jr p President of the New York b greater efforts to sell tons, said there is no shortage of nisi (tenrtv aike workers at the have atte to
e o0 r f, two -5k.c.b. t hrn and t ie red. d Ithree ,e i* -O banking subcommittee that "if tL 3M dollar worth of dried gumption rate, we could conceiv- Brt orttened "If the Big but Soviet UntIn
mrtd hdren and tkr tr ds. CHICAO, Feb. (UP) r. consumer, aH the talk, de- mtlk, e and butter the gov- a& tind at the end of the crop sconftPete fcils because unwi to g .
-rved an n Eenor R et ides he w rather have a cup erna as piled up under the yr next Ju no coffee left in peointt the Wertern is n q s .u .-
I~ clas ing wthey odee in b~ckn tesy and rethled bak0 of coffee Southea swthut it n e t d p hola. serion- uhp .la br e into will reall, h a sen in -.p

) lrema chrming they owe $14 in b4ck idWay and retusd toas i or of coffee than do without it, th: pri prt pmr-. IradL" olan. tDings will really happen w, Tot o'
SWrent dy thiN t Ate price will go up. Leon Is Jr., vice tg t security agreed st
ffB.aoa JansMJ O4, aS Agicutoure imenry E ra T mfft exchange -ee
Ils- hismlat lifiklttl Benson, joini the 'drink-more- ; that the great Brazilian Kit Car e* t- ba
Unhoopy. wm 't. ily mil'." cry, aid the dairy indu!- frat a last July 4 was the Major taken last Jlme
'2 thbik -. should take a vantage of the s-fac 1W pushing up coffee prices. NEW YORK. Feb. 9 (UP) tabeiled ar esrt -
ts NDIANAPOLS, 1nd.. Feb. 9 's I a he tuation to push Its products. ftel conceded that Brazil- The International motor show Tet. The C mm said
S-. (UP)-Indiana enservtlon I- t ," sh dl After the making s e iaw.t did adot a "wdit-and- Introduced yesterday a kit mod- It of the par Thua -
;rM'e, fr, headm 1. 3 .t to demandand Set ed .w
teP J eei..1Ser O uisat Mional ,aer head rn, *. a session. dia~gn J, Sapena. BIsF and felt they were In el auto for the economy mind. yp Mdi "enemies" or fer- Atanv tSS'e'.'.
of te ?i;i:at tokal atbll (R-Md.)the egsl A. D to denanwe and get ep. mir goal Demoerits were Lseeponld sffl
i api". .fine.d $20 yesterday there "is n age at "n o rable prices." he assemble-It-yourself car, and' o be
forShjw~~~ .ximu i ?this time." He -id the subcom- .it MW men were the principal known as the KlnR Midget. eosta ae d the party feared op
li------ '" argue with a --* she said e never co-ment- mittee expiitl to leam la ter- twitiefts, as the subcommittee op- $515 and comes complete with a ome t lt -,mbers wold sr1 er1 cwv it
M a"re lAkwZ 1 'on urWate ^alfn br feedly day just what did cause the shar eed as investigation of caring one--c cylinder 81/ horsepeter ea- phw t'e East Ormafts b0oA .th
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plR.-.ot.UM- sHU ,.lAI.S 1 ~dlWN COLUMN chief who was perf wiig to
go up te Hill mnd to i tt
S, to a Midwest Congresi'lan '
extortionist ante "uMi.
H E MAIL B O0X hulp.S e u n
like so many of his colleagues, re- A
The Mll box i a open tormm nfor rreade of The Panaem Am. fuses to go up the sa VL W to
Lanes ar n eueived graefully and are handled 1 a Wbsll 'co i new labor laws. It would ii
M -, waste of time, say he.
191 1e0t1t a lt1te 1 p' be I1pe1ll t i It doesn't appear the I refer to ond Dick Gray, head 1-
li. L u oe publikied ftI the erdr ece .-. of the AFL's 30,000 member M
ea ty to keep Ie l te Hlimited to ee pap Iiegth. L construction Trades Department
S .. ilely at lifter writers -.bld in str. ct oidencei ho is the type f opldf-i labor
This miwIpper. esummnes. a 0 p*n.ibI# t latelilin as pniins chief whose tactics ive other un- O i C T
M R. d Io ;I n hrm readers. . ion leaders such a bard time. -. ?-.- W
S. a-- Some time ago, this Dick Gray .0JR. +- EA
fi*\ liS-: ~~. l, walked into the office of Wiecon. ._ ,r" J i.* .BH t
S Would you be so kind as to reprint this clipping from this sin's Rep. Charles Kersten with a IOFl.. B_.s
S. week' 'Time Magazine? It is so right. sob' story. Gray had a friend by A.BLGT nEpK.
[ Photographer Instead the name of Joe Fay. Jay gpt a P
The contribution follows: bum rap, he fiid, but was a model
SUNDERSTANDING JUNIOR prisoner and would the Congress- l T
When Junior impresslonistically draws a horse In bright reds, man please intervene to get this
Mother will chide: "Everybody knows that horses aren't red, dear. poor fellow (who had extorted a .
S W y don't you paint brown horses?" Tnat attitude is all wrong, mere $750,000) out of Sing Sing. LA .
thinks Killiam ivicuonagle, of the Detroit Institute of Arts, who That was Gray's story. l ,^^S^
uns art workshops for children. Before he could really teach Now this same Dick Gray tells .
he youngters, McGonagle decided two year ago, he would have off the Senate Labor Committee, l
educate their parents: he invited mothers and fathers to.come which had the decency to invite .5 t .A il N "'
long and studv art with the kids. him to testify on President Eisen- ,'A IAP- d 4JLA co
I This week, completing his third "Family Workshop," in which hower's proposed revisions of the S i, =K .
Iparents painted, drew and sculpted alongside their gr.de-school- Taft-Hartley law. /wM ,.. I- r -
Re children. teacherr McOonagle was more than ever convinced Gray wrote to the committee .-
hat children are both far more productive and far less ham- that it Is "Impossible to lntell et-
itrunll by realism than their parents. Said he flatly: "All the ly discuss" the matter at this .l.- /
:children's- work is better than the parents'." He added: "The And Just what is this matter he is
adults ate lust afraid to let themselves go." talking about? S something ca ea d
._aritt_ ."pre-hire contracts." UndrWs
CONCEPT OF DEMOCRACY type of contract the builder sgns
Balboa, C. Z. with the union before he ha* hired
the thousands of construction work .
According to the present trend of affairs relative to the mi- ers needed to handle a multi-mil-
lroscopic margin between wnat represents loyalty or adloyalty lion dollar job. Then the men must I, | .'
to the U. s. Government, it ill betiooves anyone in his right Join. the union to get work at ti
rcnses to join an organization for iear of later being oranced hepo int t whether "r- t
11 aUvocate ior mLe su.Dveraion 0l tile e.hLaoildanfa order. The point Is not whether "nrc-
r o easonaoie person Lan argue tiau zunuamenLai wisdom of hire union contracts" are bd or
;a loyalty' program lounaeu in tne best interest o0 national aecur- .od .ote comm ut y ere'
itv .nd soit preservation. iuL a o irogram.wimnsin ainosL considerable amount of differencei "_,.,
liv ann se in preervation. aut a loyalty program witi an amosgiof opinion on this subject. The late -
urshmiicn scope in wmnin lcser eauinistrarue ouficiais are given Senator Taft was for the ,"pre
,ainiost arbitrary powers to cornilodt. .lomnisi. iniiiuralon aina to hire",, agreements So are Ike's la A
iennance tie presage 01 mLe u. c. t.3vernment. yet wouj nave u bor advisers. E iz a b th A ndae P h i p 11
piovision for re suppression of tne aavoc-L es of iascis and But here is a labor leader wb loII a be th A n d P h ilip
racism, can neverL oamin our uncoiQnaiLiuna approval as we. disdains public relations and ar
(cannot, recunciie i witourconcepi., Oueuiociacy. rogantly refuses even to disus BV Bs RUARKs
An Anvuca. euf Fairplay the matter with the U. S. Senate. By BOB RUAR
S .... .. Yet there is much tq discuss. If -- 0
Answer to Previous PuZzle some of Mr. Gray's construction
SAnswer to Previou Puzzle U trades colleagues are to hpve the SYDNEY, Australia-The Queen that is shown them. Although I rest ginger beg
N ighbor Nat rightto sign "pre-hire contracts," of England is here today, on her would bet yop tlhait ut bedtime, fun. The sral,
l "_ 'la ...........j_ i N LA 'they shoulTd, at the very lealt, royal tour, and if there were a whenib arches i!aily feeling cabia eonsort
S" clean their own ranks of the re- couple of questions I could ask the the strafa, the va# -t thought of him dmw.
ACROSS DOWN gional goons who have been terror. royal couple they would be in re- another native dance' or popular Queen Elizabe
iColorpbla's 1 Weight (comb. ing contractors,, other union off. gard to their feet and when does demonstration is almost impossible world has been
capital is form) clals and their ran i-nd-file mem. he smile beia to really wear off, to bear. pbil related
'* / 7 is one ""of 2 East Indian bers as well. despite all eforts to keep it. I expect that the lovely young U oinonwealth
S Col bia'so ody vinEast ndan e t ( I think they are a wonderful pair queen and her handstme consort glno. bt When -
n lombirs 3Dwooeay vined Tell you why it must be dis. and about the best advertisement have taken on the toughest assign- w0ppedup they
S neighbor s 3 Departed I I cussed. Here it is in the words o for England and democracy that ment ever tackled by anybo the pair a long 1
13 Idolzer 4 Muical U. S. Attorney General Brownell: ever could be exported. But what whether royalty or commoner. No l to sip, and Z
14 CIcak-be6tle instruments A ,' "When the gangster dominates a I cannot understand is bo,they en. matter how many valets and la- nothing to sinU
15 s ree t '5 Vfy small tr building trade, deemaids-'extortion dure it. It nuot be the Eint dred- dles-la.watlng and aidsi they ma eiew, and no
Sr i th n ARt (Latin) 26 The -,.-s in 40 Cllenger io te contractors, the buldlng ful bore of ultiie, ateeompanled have on the string, they 'are t The little lady
S Andes run 7 Through Colombia are 41 Hirangue costs increase proportionately with. y acuie Jandice of the eyeballs living out of what puports to bb a Y liqu e ad R
L,.l through it Vigilant scenic 43 Slouan Indian out any -compensating addition to plus the lawn-party bends as suitcae. And and o ha al
16 Venerate S'Pertaini atractions 44 Pe er coin. the community's wealth,. eventual rigor mortis of the smiln e dne much v ;w, eoe "t4%ey
17 City in New .Its moneta. term "When the jracketeer on the apparatus. mat it"gets ,-is idl.w L*ls
i Yo rk state I0 w ofuniti Jt 6 e I M tsh whar-bqfe .There must be a day, every s tiev cha5.c e e o-rt .
Snimaroles 10 e his 4arn of often, when the Duke says: 'To aW anywhwe .enou to get ly
13 BIro oft a* ,.e ,1 a s, capital perishable fruit, ou, te an's heaven's ke, Liz, let's stay hoim wlaw ry 8 lso
pheasants 12 reek od o 28 It has an 48 Cmera's eye consumer, pay the price in your and bathe the feet and maybe have visa the u b4dfie n anlwiaam forralt dli '1I
11 Atlantic (ob.) War of 43,07 4 Withln weekly grocery bill. We have no a beer and l sausage and read the of the people mlit-flally become of any one peim
| ,Mineral 20 Avoider square miles (comb. form) means of adequately assessing the IUinles. If I have to review one a Sgll g burd, biause an over- nitely.
springs 21 Endorse 29Require 5. Diminutive of total .cost-or the total loss---which more set of troops or be polite to dose oadulitol0i actly like eI The value of t
S S Huge tub 22 Cease 31 Company Stanley this criminal activity imposes on anybody else's wife I'm going to overdose of aythng else. It pulls, an enduring eom
2 It s a--- 3 Mintskin (ab.) 52 Weight of the nation's economy through these run away and oip the fleet again." And the eonltnual' smiling 1i what stated stately
-Arcn openA a Either India perversions of bona fide unionism. And H. I, L. Mum sys: "No, would really whip you. There iuSt uon eterywhere,
nation 24 Mimias SO Sincerer 63 Light knock "Fortunately labor leaders al- sweetie, yu had beat ut on you be sote day n you just want and thn aqu
.Ai* ready are taking steps to block thea adiralt ssuit with right rlb to scowl an Irie and sit around ler. I anower
..1 eIi t vocal I l 7 infiltration of the rackteer, as bion, because we have to go chris- With your air in curlers and let self to her eopl
art in music they have in the past taken steps" ten a new rope-walk, or something, your husband go unshaveni in a but I tnk mai
at II .I I to block communism, said Brown- And my feet are killing me, too. sweater and slacks. do the adulatlo
4 Thia nation ell. The schedule as I have read it But they bear up. The queen has terms of her per
-4,,io, motio n"i for wdeks would put a couple of been trained for it sinee birth, of that is not good
I b many I'd like to know what steps Dick highly trained athletes in the ho.- course, but Philip hasn't been. We gentleman, of ti
idepsits Gray has taken inside the Con- pital, but they seem to continue on, used to call him Phil the Greek What the lady ne
SS anpuer s- I truction Trades to match those of smart, unweating, fuRl of cheer whea he was out here in the Royal opportunity to ta
S.iserve A.l FL president George Meany and and intense interest in everything Navy, as an ordinary officer with a and flex her toe
o itlikeS part Seafarer Paul Hall on the water- --- ----- ...... .
my (Scot.) r Z I front. There are crime experts who
r.e highway report that shakedowns by labor A *
W neb ee, racketeers, in the construction
41edal digit field, working with crooked inspc- /A ustria s Recovery
4W Sa, eicial I !I tors and shady politicos, add at
... .loek. eB .... 1 Mleast five per cent to the cost of B Pt E
*T Iiiin your new home-be it in an apart-By Pete Edson
events meant houae or in one of the na- -__
51 Dadems tion's suburbs.
Ss5peclal The cost, to you, the people is WASHINGTON -(NEA)- Ther S, Senate and out can't a ree on 'As this wa w
aptitude 1 h"'a Ir on skyscrapers, army are 11I word in the so-called what those 5 words meal. men of the Senal
94 Rounded 5 bases, highways and huge govern.- ricdcer amendment, if you count Se r of State John Fot4r to finding thea
S Things to be ment projects. Work on these roj the hyphenated "three-fourths" as s was a pretty wen at the b
A ... aI always under pressure of one word. The longest and most powered New York lawyer mI wa nowhere lni
I- vital deadline. The rejects spring dficult wed in the amendment right before he cametosibility of reach
57PI feu in areas here e local union is "int ational"- 13 letters -- I says this soIon w d was not to be r
IndividualIJ -.. iief iOall-powerful and mar have which ist exactly a jawbreaker, m that any one U. s.te It has been
had -o" .y a small m m p. Un. The Brie er amendmentt consists cu block an American treaty the Senate press
P. Nders he "pre-hire" clause, the con- of five short sections. There are with a foreign government if the correspondents hb
tractors, or the government, must oqly six sontepnfnes inn it, Section state ailed.o pass a law of its marvelous ob of
deal with him.He, h therefore, e.oThrhee. havig two sentences. TRT own to make the treaty effeeve, lg I-n overig t
J I I m I ^^comes the labor supplier. If he lon sln es s ewe has 23 words. The ain end inet debt
1 I clean, nobody gets urt. If he's sentnenes.. a hve subjects ando Sedeor Briker, still a member to the pg is th
crooked, he makes big money and dicates, nouns, verbs and other of a Columbus law firm which has ga"' rntan
ieerybody ges .....parts pf speeso, apparently in a number of important clients, con- iti' eI about, el
: i iM.r. Gray need only look at St. ood order. Any eighth grade stu- tenads if doesn't mean any sunh peuible to do a
ILouis for an example. There, spe- dent of glih grammar ought to thips. Author Bricker says his write objectively
c1 ^I i I.al assistant U S. Attorney Gen- w be abi a irse these sentences aneammnt means that thq state Pto-irieker and

i rhard th Coste lo' rowd, Will International treaty cut across ex- whl en the e are
'"on open earnings on construction In ite f all thi, apparent sm- I a state law. e er.ised their prejl
-"tades rackets. Somdye 18 construe- lity however, Ohio Sen. John lawyers, professors ald in the argument
=-tionr.absn invited teAd Brick' au eadment-intmnded ians choose u sides to sup- trete statemeia
readyia beden rand ol to redefine and "lar u the pWe t either of these war ments L Anyoe who
s Jud a Fred L. Wpe da Jury, fon- Preildent's powers to ma e trea. But when high-priced ta t sh Briiker amended
structHons a robing reports of ties and o with foreigh athls can't agree on what It over a world geve

,, S ltceer. c n onl ahurt abor's aonna in the Ua o irSnat U. fe a e
i and aro unlh be_ Jan. Inthe r the o

Tihe x.arn ri l apleof this la. ivday week, the shto.'. had supremacy andt
i t i.. ., dl Here's what -all of them Intended to explain, tutolmn

S* U J well, the it lawyers Ia te U. arl wore Ie of these subites and ;l* WiA.

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of being an impee.
must certainly get
the's trip around the
the best piece of
I for the British
that o6e can inmt-
It is finlhed dild
y sure ought to give
holiday. With zoth-
nothin to see, a'd
at, d thing to
Sch i to kp,
Is o a~mwon, and
nervous system 1all
ieh undup ore

Wr the L 1
eM to stand fa..
the young lady st
amodity is demon-
ty her wild recep-
as ricene first
%andnow astrav.
cis to show her-
iaround the ilobe,
the people over.
a UIttl ibt, Id
sonal fttiue and
for the lady, the
he folks at large;
eds is more ft an
ike of her shoes

written, the pmart
e Wmre no cloer
answer than th e
ht.n. T
In a coo n Ise

ad not seef
4r ame.-

m riAmltvIpr nan trm 5oo.. '

band, W .6g
'diled itirs Vat0
ever develop i how yl .w
Pfi a reul 1iahat

'Treasurr? tpar wtn chinft h are
'Oat IM ia whl" s
ro -e Houso R, of
tives amiable, hard w
speaker Joe Martin. Joe came eou
with a compromise plan for drop.
pas neista taxel waish will lose
.te ttouy a cool ne billion dol-
Sand oth Srearay of ..h
s "reasury Humphrey ad Assist.
ast Seretary U andolph Burgess
r t unha ,
Fui .tM.ore y hve commw-
hM v a MUAy to
t"e I* I s having a
seloa wth bpeake& Martin.
The Isiue Involved is muchb more
important than asy cla between
important pergonaliw Iht illus-
trates how seiy the present
govesmnaT defit ba in fig-
ured, aoow ckreMu treat.
sury wfil ave to tax in order ot
to go deeper In the red.
What happened was that Upele
Dan Reed, 7gyear.old ruler of the
House Ways and Means Commite.;
proposes eding :xlse taxes, Ex,
Close ta whish W bring in three
and a balf bUllon a year are due to
expire in April and Reed. would not
renew them.
However, the treasury feels that
this money it desperately needed
in order not to t w the budget
further out of bala ce. So Beere-
tdry taipphl'ey roposes continu-
I ithse ta al er r April.
HoplfP to keep peace between
the treasury and the man who di.c-
tatls ..qYV 01 tax-"writ 0g l
mittee 0f Ctaitol Hill a wh,
licidtntally, is not the easiest man
to get alo4 g w 8 kr 0arti ",
proposed a e ag-
j splitlq e difference lnd

I e.dd tales aw k
ven thi. pof ong

Oed, ~ are 1sera a
for every penny and evor b
they can lay hands on. That's why
're taking the issue to the
White House.


Secretary of Welfare Oveta Culp
Hobby, the only lady Cabinet offi-
cer, dropped over to the Seate the
other day and stepped lito the:
vate elevator, marked for "lena.
tors only" but used also by Cabinet
members, Congressmen, and other
dignitaries. .
The elevator operator refused to
''. sorryy" he said. "This ale-
vator Is for senators only."
"I'm Mrs. Hobby," icily an-
nouncpd the Secretary of Health,
Welfare, and Education.
SThe elevator Jockey studiously
examllnel the list of sInatuorl,
tacked on the elevator wall.
"There's no '%rs. Hobby on here,"
he shrugged.
"I'm a member of the Cabinet,'t
snapped Mrs. Hobby 9Ittndtl*y,
The operator reflected for p Bmo-
ment, then whisked the lady Cabi-
net officer up to her destination.
Harold Russell, the armless war


"it proved
l bn doAmen

always helps to- g4et
tons talking about m
iu .ubJeei of mutual
had Oue ad aBmiws thiam
te6hniqe at a te wh
wis Piesident of Cohlu a ar.'e
i"IThere was a gleat dealt 1
sian and coutroversr *at
ing until I inod"W.Cma
neutral jlub t ,'gqth
.ome4ngi everyone Wlas,
in a04 114d- tMl M4l ;
tk* eofes ha fiLO d and a n a
the Igo at agg Va att m -t
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MAMREp P 18 ,1g
i Two 'we "i. 16, lui-t
how the Marltit lr as about.,
to throw awy _O
one Iofii
vessels afltOat.

and was ON &t ilT m th dwa n
it went aground oft
coast. fl s Il _dy
palird an Ja 'aend a ,
half million, W nMig breu.*
rate, this column. ?6. qI
cided turn the ship in l i.ei j
Following publicio fe o s=J
rv. two.anaratte nliahl.i

vestigateon have starte.l
House Maritime Co
Senate lanterstatea* c
meee Com At
exactly wbh'atletid sl
Commerp Artt des
scrap vsl sow vt
Cpmm ~ d

The first coqvsitpl
developed In a
ed .out of tl30
craft Corp. pleat .
teUtipg. .
The oe0vertpla*,
to pere ts b0 h &
and a OCelttvso'I
has the apv I
nature 10.1" 9 i
plaKA with puiftrt1
ler and WlttV O ti5O
Tha. pr eller li-rPx

on the rotor blote t101
liag nd demant,
ande tit M I -ing"
extend to th rear
fuselAge and each has
tuial tall fin. The ..c
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or svm cnOf Hioly fanil
"'hldermaus" In an effort to reduce the
4-t GDirted portion Church debt, members of the
1410et thls time they Holy Family Church of Mar-
d" It harY garitp, C. Z will hold their
TP the staff ser~ond-annuial spring fair kt
Sa A the Church grounds on Feb.
SDe"oc&atic -"'* m"- y ed' and 28.
'AWlr to Iol 5I I the1aller4too Charlie Williams. well-known
7i77Tb I e mm mvaud&v flat.e aEt with a Panama Canal odl-timer, will
delicate an filled the au- furnish 12 booths which will
s wi ths delight when be lined up In a mid-way style.
,.a t bol ti me Strits out his year the fair will lea-
dho e sfe s 1n baersn Ins the o trhes- vred ac imported European
alid W 00 A d~ mst;0. D-uoemts in Congress1 shenangans reassure by fancy needle-work, cake and
-I- -. -NIE YOR, Feb. U(*) to! astratI thateven the Met pic sales, fish pond, plants and
Rt t"'U _W- I,- en an for the euic t of the cel-poet booth with gift pack-
g tm ig bersn of his White .s hunted a faeedc' Purt t dg" masterione, Ele-a a-ges omn fcd amoBtus cn-i rd
ainde Cortbo 1hurh dnett me" m Stober as Rosalinda and comn ctd w thra

II 031U = wayd an fed twoea a benta Peters, who was called in at movies and television,
Sin.&- Senate spteoc mme wen
"Uy d: p edoa-_ thm ,sulp t w. 6u16.t w--en c p the last moment to sing Adele in Food and drinks will be merv-
Smorgue. p e thMaeg ed in the social h lh of the
Tx a ontAhe nt o ae the Ae o iacaln So waWatters paced the livelines of the church. Entertainment will bh ONE MORN TO COME The family of John Evastc pes v
1 p e and why?- the toes ot broadcast t ld r berS lively cast furnished by radio announcer hihoto at Hillside, NJ., following new; that the 28-year-qld
V oD M Ihi grwhe n osabn 25-year-old un Iaed Bobh Sherman Brooks, with his dent had escaped from a ech prison and outwitted e
k c dilevet this growing dim- an whoThe first Wagnerthan performance rg a famous polkas, rumbas and for 21 months. He had been charged with sing a s
__ i a.o 2 af the" cao a e at Ieat off teg o. i t s M- rn of the season was of "Tannhaeu other popular novelty tunes. in Czecholovakia under the Bill.
ass b~r two ma ir .of the ated tates have the the inal The fair will have many H ta, his father; Stephen his brother; and his mota n S T
a- -e-right t'o ok what he Intends t a i d l a "Dreadede version" instead of the varied activities to keep an en-
Srr6 to hdo aot It." lo aid te murd a-nd re usually performed "Paris version" tire family occupied, come out
.eoc 14 rat have been boiling crimes Q ; which Wagner made 16 years after and have an afternoon and an
term over ontinuin attack on the Detee Id the f-tst in order to geta perform- evening of fun. There will be
of ps dtiC "a 4s 1o .ai-. 9o t, ace that city. it s called ano admission charge. C10 -G
country the. charge of A14y; Gen. Her- lationsh ic betw young da review a eaue testing the was. ertail, as a performance
aerntrU BrownellI Jr. 'tt? former Weinb, aof th n to it had eVery ndication of femplete Cuban Record Star
u e beed Preelt Truman knowlinglY decnheigh &W - iAxa* at. Rrsat unoo dlftnn with. rightness.
Added promoted a Communist pym. tract4v, ear-old wife. Ruth. utvd the ence t e t appian rge Sm whose rmanent Comes To Panama
S' pr getting W 'Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R" However, ce believed the Is a permanent aldent. p oet athat o" music ector of
so Ws.) made a series of Lincoln novelist-poe *id his dark-hair. m.ourt will schedule argu- the Cleveland Orchestra, conduct- n Fete
e C apitol, nor Dy ap. he labeling past ed wife moved n with on and hand down a ed w ith a command of orchestra
t (D-Mo.) Democatic admnistrations as younger man la the by dIe feo V nt Op In an erswhich -at least en-- .
3B e B oiewse. "20 years of peason" and do- room. about three weeks ago. t The case eventual may anced e at-o quality A popular Cuban recording
h Dem ing that weaxexs of the rents for 5 a week. a bearing on Fld. an Nm of the score. It was el's conten- star is scheduled to be among SWEETHEART
morat label" must wear Poli said Wenbeg had a divorce laws. n that the Dre den version is the singers who will come to S E
Sawith it "the stain of a historic been arrested 10 times for va- Under the law in the alda tat, "homogeno s Szel t Panama during th coming I
be yal... blood of dying and sere al' esene It, but the Pis ision is not e. Carnival season, it was n- E
men1 lada a me...... s y Nentence In Iowa for bur- Luk year uds Poef ro .p o cause of its Intusions of Wagner's nounced today. E Solid
a .i .- Republican Nato nal _Chair- .lary. tent to remain Ic not aired. native Tristan 'manner." old
man Leonar W. l said un- A Greenwich Village ater A tst of the itate arose Margaret Harshaw was a vocally Aurelio "Yeyo" Estarada, the
day the epuican tonal manager said Weinbr was one when Mrs. Sonia Alton of West yand htilncaly real Elsa current vocalist mambo-king
a o C mt te enube carn Ntf on whOf or| hooof aB"stumblebums" H.ttod C.eon., filed a divorce bth, we Ramnn V may's Tana Peres Prado and his orchestra.

Wn. ed ..Bnorh that denhelm 44 atartaed a tiou In February 1953 a haeuser lacked no Ingredient of the has been contracted to enter- ALSO
byinclud- as an offlilal (lOP speaker and eping conpepy with. D0den- we residence. Her brilliant. The other principals- tain at the P dlma Soriano
-.._- aconsidners him an "an"I helo m older friend said the -David Alton, entered an appear- Astrid Varny, Geore London, an old Charm* 95
A Democratic PItA spokes bellious writer had deserted their aoW but did not contest the sult. Jerome Hines, and Miss Peters-lll Charm Brecelets .
lie '1*am ham now embwered Mc- of sc1= stanl pad ty of t eate and o ese w on the Panama City water- Sweetheart Brooches
;ur~ v Wds Ae manb retm : dP ""a~~tlla~ : circlev, rer.nulo theov thl a tnent temperament i atic suns, and you can see why built as theun t.raeaoFill
Carthyiq, and here does w taken frequently to the n Federal Judge Herman Manager Bing able t assemble front.
S that leave the President?" alcoholic wart at Bellevue HoE- l Moore asked for further such a Wasnerian cast with no dis-
SAYS Sen. William E. Senner (R- pital in a drunken coma. that Mrs. Alton was esrnable effort, seems completely Yeyo will alternate with Ti-_-
Ind.) chairman of the Senate The rom in which the bodies neatly in the islands undfiturbed by Helen Traub l's de- to Coneras, popular Pa m-
,internal security subcommittee were found had been ransacked, to rnish it. Mooret cison to sing in the night clubs. anian singer, as vocalists with
-said In a speech in St. Paul, but police ruled out robbery as d Ithe divorce. The thtd A rmando Boza and his or-
SMinje, today that the Dem- the motive. C court of Appeals upheld -Delos Smith chestra.
...eb. S (UP) oziic party was stolenn" by The fully clothed bodies were = 'o Oct. 15, 1953 In an op- I
AV fert Browdell, Jr. Fair Dealers who "opened the found by the roaming house Ion rUllan this section of the
UK lt hehoild be "made gates of the citadel to Com- landlord, Albert Luck, who in. dlefse law unconstitutional.
that he 2,200 "se- munista.t vestigated when the janitor "We believe it to be lack of
o,,' hinted or I neoov- told him he hnd not1 0 n &he dL- .(aer tfor one dathe to take$. t $.....N $ n $
a no acoupln some time, tN It.qIf the readjustment of do -
ft 'd e t n a LCaI found the room padlock- maO W relations between tho se
e "eiht or Ifie aId oInAstbn t1he" outsidee. o" g hawd domilNe 4 elsewhere that court
ran g from through the loe ind fdoud Mrs. Whe o inion aided: U
in c.u s!, aid B.yaroden elm's on the room's "'We t..a that adherence to
"to p dersonao .I e F W1 M only cot and the poet's body the doni .lay requirement is n vn
wo e.ht'Auc with' co "l m pw. w t loc. ns coory tI ourpstates ar really,
evnB .. elm bu n brw bfveoeantrol ever the domes-
t t w ra a S the te d Ito s a fo r e. th -neigi S s to. W .. . rn ,
si W n told the Huse today. -It--w rdtin-o I the uu ofor wlases ...- =.
'" ". "I hIave talked with the mn lay eon a marble 8lab In the city mtue rie It pleases "
"I ave tledahm m rr Attendants sknd bodis for peo s who ove there.- But
o ph tty.' t Fra burS d io s Mld. fordeto thou who control AV DACO S S 42 ls .. o.
Weeknwas askdabwout a d peh au btpie rl a out a writerye a nCdo, e t DACRON SUITS, 4 Colors...............eReduced .o .36o-.
bt,-oa mt eaf-d. Movie scenarr o writer Bn awld in Connectioncut." T C
sfe ydmftratt officials 21e added- A s ech which Heht, one of Bodenheim's old
to In..tatet from m.ber .thM he hower t d iCoronation Dance e iREPEL-0-TIZED Hukabuk Suits....o..ppeaRsducedlo .....
o Iter3200 were Red written to Defense. Secretary funeral p-el nee if no one wasA o
Charles Z. Wilson about the "taking od" to make arrange-At Balboa YMCA
jHe r th.at no uech matter. ments. Hecht sai he was "deen- it R el-o-Tized Tropicals with 2 Pants, inc. Whites. .. Now-
oW 0Xfted. a teiv floor, or non-commissioned of- helm's death. n'o l fre if f U _i
uerylpe soon will fleer Ia not petty-but is the aodenheilm who migrated hee The eice0 Tdt oMLE N a
saudmnmto Elehower backbone of the Navy, Just from his naive Hermavill The bo ed Services LINEN WEAVE and NYLON CORI
wakh wl again no Into the ws. bone of the Army. Perhp he a furor almost a soap as he lit tn Vae e formal dance
curity rsk question.- should be called "enlisted of- touni HS best el novn l s o the evae SPORT COAT, Values from $25 to $35....................... .....A Lumped, Now
T_ m- to4p .l ae." os branded obscene and l: tIwill .r cC Sof theSM.
made"h tvetdgiveout a was faced with a courtwtight He 11 A. D as-
..uclLu "as Ia scs- don mm--th c h h tha dispute. ornPLAYEROS (Casual Jackets), Values from $8.50 to $14.50.............. Now $5.10 to $ 0

d ,the n... r u. act l ,OSTO, M oass., 'eb (Ut) im. A 21-year-old girl, Virginia attrato ol'e
er ether persons G ov.rJo, mLr dght aeeo fn.-er-DrewhaskedH Iim wha he fo a.o dnie wLK S Ae 5prie-l to stock up for a whole year W
Sa "gr Nm future"tfewra d t t y wao fihed from the hBd Daughters of nitedeeat e- SA-
Aea to Idr m rom phy ic ldys. MANHATTAN SHIRTS MARLBORD SevIRTS

uaone. 0L tge s vai dur oUu tu..e. .".7 t oraw

ahe-cost of living will go up and pertinent, her sued es fixed 1e0
Wages will go up. Those in- t phooaa Short Long Sleeve
h t be es'1, eI dustries will fdad the ar too Another woman, D cproeteh Arell mpad in 2 lots .

owret in Times Square. In her lup PR T $2.95p.
e sd nurse police found a. dozen I e
rne bcn 3 ooenw a bSOTCA ale rm$5t 3 ....... l upd o

kIn recent yeas\ Bodenhelm
I . letters from Bodenhelm.
which Vllae charrger ca- .n
in on his role a "^the oht of F
S In Wtformity with Article. 13 of the Articles of----- ,, $S H0 R T P FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM SPU LON F ed
rpor n, and by direction of the Board of Direc. 18" Square Reg. $1.00 each
ose, tht Ordinary General Assembly of the PANAMA VC $
UANK AND TRUWIST 0 INC. (Banco Fuiduoarfo do- 4 DW 3 or
PaInsm 8.-A.) will bateld at the company offices, zAn.A A-RiA $15 Dozen Now 3 $21
44. M' -T' Stret. Pana Cityv., at 31A00A B.pm. on M.. ,.

d .Fbruary 26th, 1954 In order to consider the
following matter: -
1,490t of the erd of Directors. -
I Pre-nteat of tneral Statement and Profit
and l4t.e -Aount at close of business of
Dooenter 31 sa.
2.-Eleetion of Dinottrs.
&-...Wh. t .arb oidher. propose.

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Bc Values to $24.75 Also sboblWe as FEATHERWEIGHT
Cotton Terry Rayon SWIM TRUNKS.
Unives al White Ble Green Opw Fronts
ALL LUMPED Sizes 28 to 34 only Now Reduced to Regiar $ttye
S$4.95 '" Now $1.0 $2.95 .

l~sti~d~erlcaLA~ LOSE NOO KOU

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Never, never RL up to a per-
son and say. 'Do you remember
me?" Have pity on the poor feli
iow. Chances are at least 50-50
that i'll .ave to blush and
s atammer and admit he doesn't
know you or brazen it out with
an. "Of course I do" and hope tu'
..et some clqe to your identity aw
you talk. Why put anyone
through tfia' kind of torture"
You could .so easily say, "I'm
SGorge Smith." Not everybody
likes gueaslbir games, you know.

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and lay down the .d d. . -
of spades in the ftIt d dri _Voit d' -k were almost 0 to I .
AM ping 'the jack and ten. a l rd such ck the
s des- nd- South w o u !bte E 1
This play actual 4 *rked, a jak such bgapble A
SoulS 's nine of spades becaspet n any oth6 bhop.
tablished. SouthN hJ aid J*} tb Wet 'a
carded two clubs ra'tie dum o uldve h f et-dtam
on the king and queen of sp5 da .tricky-clubMN '
and he was now able t) disa Wie was .a-had 'player, Wsh. --d
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Pass 2 Pass
Pass 3 6 Pass
Pass 54- Pass
Pass Pass Pass

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Take today' hand for example.
IU-t WAR "Am...- ie a_ .. play.-

W-,es- was 4nown,.to be a bad play-
......OW. er. In this hand he never made
,Ij Jl the wrong move, but he suffered
just the same.
f West opened the nine of clubs.
fT This was the best possible opening
lead. With any other opening,
|L / l to explore. South would draw
trumps, try out the spades, lead
towards the hearts, and so on.
If everything else failed., South
m ight eventually fall back on a
T2MS0 es mom- club fnesse. The club opening
IWpi-r-m0 lead, however, forced South to
SeNI O rt esI idud 00 raf make up his mind at once for or
against the club finesse.
Many rooms wth Tlevon If West had been a good player,
South would have been ver' much
4.. j in doubt about the right play. An
MOTEL expert West might open away
T from the king of clubs in the hope
of steering South away from the
7th AVE. W V Since West was known to be a
at 50th St. Ni OURR bad player, however, South had no
N M TIMS stuaE Al IRAM CITy doubts about who had the king of
clubs. South's only chance was to
S Cable Ad TCTAFrTr go up with the ace of clubs, draw
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Royal Mall line ,
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ........ ... ...............Feb. 11
S.S. "FLAMENCO" .. ........................... Fb.20

M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) ......Feb. 23

M V. "SALAVERRY'. ...........................:.Feb, 21
M.V. "SALINAS" ............................. March 3
H.S. "LOCH GARTH" ........................... Feb. 16
S.S "DUIVENDYK .............................. Feb.
S.S. "LOCH RYAN" ............................... Feb. 16
S.S. "LOCH .AVON" ............. ............ .Magrh 5

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"HIBUERAS" ................................Feb.
"LEVERS BEND" ........... .............Feb.
"YAQUE" ....................... .... ....... ..Feb.
SCHIR UI"' .. ..................... .... Feb.
"SANTO CERRO" ...........................Feb.
"HIBUERAS" ................ ............March

HandUns Rerlgeraled. ChUled and GOmenl Carse.

Week'v sailings of twelve passenger ships to New York. New
S Orleins 'Los Aneles San Francisco and Seattle.
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Fortjlghtl .passenger service on our S.S. CIllRIQUI, to
New Orleans via Santa Marts, Colombia.

Special round trip fare from Critobal to New York.
Los Anxeles. San Francisco and Seattle.

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To Mew Aqreles and San Francisco ..........$270.00
S T1o Sittl: .................................. $365.00



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The mbas r of the United
States to Panama, Selden Chapin
and Mrs. Chapin will be the guests
of hocor at a reception to be given
Saturday ait 7:00 p.m. at the Pa.
U a G1f dub by the American
oeiety of the eluAblIc of'Pana-
ma. .
MEt. Deleatiesteses
For Cards
Mrs. Henri Difeuze, wife of the
ul tural Attache of the Frencq
embassy in Panama was hostess
to a group of er friends at a card
party given %at her home in Belle

Mrs. Hearteltt e
Hostess For Tea
Mrs. Elise H-eprtematte eiter-
tained this atteraon with a teao
given at her' residence in Bells
Vista in honor of Mrs. Selden
Chapin wife of the Ambassador
of the United States to Panama.
Carnival Tea Saturday
The annual Carnival Tea, spon-
sored by the Canal Zone College
Club, will be held at the Fort A-
mador, Army-Navy Club on Satur-
day from 3:00 to 5.:00 p.m.
Those having polleraS or montu-
nas are requested to wear them.
All College Club embers and
their guests are invited to attend.
Admission is $1.00 per person.
Reservations may -be made by
telephone, Mrs. William F. Rob-
lnson,S-3151; Mrs. John S. Watson,
2-3127; or Mr. Willilm H. Rose,
28-34184, by February 11.-
Arts Crafts And
Gardea Groups To Meet
The Arts and Crafts group and
the Garden Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club will meet February
17 at 9:00 a.m. for an outing at
"Westwood," the country home of
Mrs. Earl A. Schilling. Dry flow-

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"mother discovered Heins
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family and dinner, guests
were thrilled with ito rikh
creamy flavor and mother
got compliment galore.Now
she makes a host of delidoum
dihe with Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup-and
everybody raves about them!
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Women's Club will be at
Quarry e t oi' Club
Wednesday at 0:30 a. '
MrLs Brc a ]erta in
Thue Th"5mady Mwfg Study
Group of the Canal Zoe College
Club will meet, Thiursday at the
home of .mrs. LeoqdrkM, Brock-
man, 625-XAcon Boul.vard. Mrs.
Henry A. Starrett Is assistant
Coffee will be served promptly
at 9:;o0 .m. and will be followed
by an illustrated talk on "Tihe
Birds of Panama" by Mrs. Paul
Barnard. -
Doctors' Wives Luncheon
The regular monthly luncheon of
the Doctors' Wives Club will be
held Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at
the Quarry Heights Officers' Club
Reservadons may be telephoned
to any of the following committee
me1pbers: Mrs. George MeShatko,
2-8361 Mrs. Frys, 8h741i7; tad
Mrs. kosa Feibles, 874127.
The program will Include a dis-
eussion of fashions designed by
"Modelas." Plans' will also be
bmade for the entertainment of the
wives of the delegates to the Inter-.
American M e d c a I Convention,
scheduled to be held.-March t4, 25,
and 25 at Hotel El Panama.
Mrs. Morgan To Open
New Class At YMCA
Mrs. Pat Morgan, assisted by
Mrs. Louise Morris, will conduct
two new Flower Arrangement
Classes at the Balboa YMCA be.
ginning Monday, February 15.
These classes, which are n to
the public and free of charge, n-
@lude instruction in al rigements
of cut flowers; fruits and vegeta-
*les: dried flowers; and other dec-
.rative objects found during dry
Thi morni class will be held
n com-

Ch!ich ,awn Thursday evening
from 5:00 to 7;30 p.m.

Music Lovers' Evening
The Music Lovers' Group of the
USO Club will meet February 17
at 8:00 p.m. to hear an ppec.laly
arranged musical program arrang-
ed by the Friends of Music Socie-
ty in Panama.
Included in the program will be
'Sonata No. 5 Spring" for violin
and piano by Beethoven; "Sonata
No. 9" by. Schubert; and "Der
Rosen Kavalier Suite" by Richard
Military lfhrsonel, 4-heir families
and the public of the Canal Zone
and of the Republie of Panama
are invited to attend.
Ralph Shuey To Entertain C.A.R.
The William Crawford Gorgas
Society, Children of the American
Revolution teen-age group w ill
meet Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at
the home of R. Shuey, 5091-U
Diablo Heights (turn right at the
Clubhouse and proceed to the)ig
tree near the residence). /
Ralph Shuey will be host fvo a
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"I was shocked to ase the
severity of the fine imposed
iy some justices of the jeace
and mayors' courts against
out-of-state truckers who fail-
ed to have their $2 sticker
showing they had' registered
under the tax law," Lausche
"The purpose of the state
should be not to fine severely
but merely to procure reglstra-
ion," Lausche said. "Excessivc
Eines do not help In the solu-
3on of this axle-mile -tax prob-
The tax is based on the
number of axles and mile.n
traveled_.%Truckers also obtain
a sticker when they register
o comply with the tax. They
Pay the actual tax quarterly.
Lausche ordered the High-
way Patrol not to arrest driv-
era of non-registered trucks.
but instead to impennd the
vehicles until the registration
sticker was obtained.
The *tax has kicked up a
dispute along Southern states
because Ohio has enforced its
collections o ot) t-ofstate
trucks as well aS 01)o. trucks.
At least 10 states have can-
celed truck tax reciprocity a-
greementa with Ohio and an-
nounced plans to levy addition-
alt taxes on Ohio trucks.

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No. 18 J Street
Box 1890 Pauami
Telephones: 2-2386 2-3265

at the Hotel Tinvl. anown left it rgn are: AUnes P.Johnsor,
Mleanor Edwards, Elsle Vaughan, Jeanne Beaudry, Diana Chiari,
patay Taylor, Anny Kirkl, Bellamy Lastz and Francls Oreening.

f t psoplDoee ooe w e resen t
isopa Diocese Is Planning

34th Annual Convocation Soonl

The 34th annual convocation parishes and missions in the Ca-
if the Episcopal Diocese of the nal Zone will be present.
Panama Canal Zone will con- convocation week events wll J
vene at the Cathedral of St. open with "a picnic for out-of -
Luke, Ancon, on Saturday, Feb. ,own-clergy and delegates on
20. Convocation will officially Feb. 16, 6 p.u. at St. Andrew's
open at 8:30 a.m. 'with a cele- Church, Coooll. On Feb. 17, Hu-
bation of the choral Eucharist, ly Commutnion celebrated at 'he
the Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden as Cathedral at 7:30 a.m.; the de-
clebrant. .. partmnt oLChristian social r*
Clerical and lay delegates from of the Ven. Lemuel B. 8hirley
the republics of Paniaa, Costa meets at 2 p.tp.: the department
Rica, Colombia and NtaragUR, uf publicity and promotion with
au well as delegates -om the Lhe Rev. M. A. Cookson, chair-
man lnvltea members of. the
iner roastto-whichll memberscovotion to attend a eial
are invited,. diner and meeting at. BishoP
SMorris Hall, 6:30 p.m. o
riety Nigh hunday On Thursday. Feb. 18, the an-
I1itary personnel their families nual District Woman's Auxiliary
th l of e Caal one meeting will open at t.30 a.m.
ad the public of PAnam are with a choral celebration of the
stuhtd the nnepubld a tP.n
invited to attend a Vailety night, Holy Eucharist. The Rt. Rev. Da-
a program of entertainmentpro- vd Richards, Suffragan Basb-
vied by the USOJWB Armed op of the Diocese Of Albany,
rc Se e Center, La oca N.Y., will be the main speaker.
tes eie er, ngat:00 The ybuth department under the
d, on Sunday evening t eadershlp of the Rev. Mainert
J. Peterson meets that after-
noon., *
SI lOn Ffday after the celebra-
B K ITHEN tlonop.HOly Communioan at 7:30
HE BEST KTH N a the department of Chris-
tian education meets, and In the
afternoon at 2, pm. thbe dopart-
Sment of district misslona with
the Ven. Arnold C. Waldock,
S* P* [i chairman, convene; at 7:30
F Dium .m. the Bishop's reception will
THEST PRICE be held at.the Hotel ivoli.On
L .', Saturday evening, Convocation
SD ay, a reeption s to be held at
A Christoper. RioAbaJo.
Q f Sun ay. Feb. 21. guest preach-
ere w Sfill the pulpits of thl
varishes.and masmlns on th(
Isthmus. In the evening a mass
REFRIGERATOR missionary Service at 7 in La
Boca ball park, with the Rt.

ive colder te pera t general public.
ture while J~igu ait Monday, Feb. '22 to
We nesday Feb. 24, the District
les current. clergy whll e in spiritual rtrtreat
at Santa Clara.

Thousands Hungry

His Georgia Mills
COLUBUS, Ga., Feb. 9 -
(UP) An. ofiell of a private
aid organization today siad
thousds of persons in the
Columbus area are in need of
food an clothing because of
unemployment in the textile
Ptnk carrard, Judge of the
C w I M Court and board
YOURS with 25.00 o the Family Serv-
S- eoreau told members of
St u -Phenix City Min-
CLUB... 7, 0 0 ,, I rtd Alliance that low-pay-
ing jMt-time work was caus-
ing h of the need.
"As near as I can figure,"
Garrad said, "there are about
g 7,000 employes of these mills
,' aW making less than $20 a -week.
There are a lot of hungry peo-
ple aON6ng them."
PERFECTION STOVE rrard said the welfare
departments and private aid
M R agencies in the community
MORE MEAT are attempting to supply the
mT LESS f COST basic need of food, clothing and
I LESS C T shelter.
"But we just don't have mon-
ey enough to take care of *ll
Gives Up
MALONE, N. Y. (U.P.) Leslie
S. Donohoe was fined $25 for reck-
less driving, and it turned out to
be the ftraw that broke the camel's
back. "Take this," Donohue said to
Justice of the Peace John Boom-
hower and handed over his driv-
er's license.

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Ce J tral Ave. 10 ROc
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old Automobiles DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clini. Foster's Cote. On. mie post PO1NAL r a .

-ft anytime. HOUee miieoge resnai priced f im -Cn.i
IHouebold _____ ____A. o b.. Central Avenu "K" tremt. Corner. Santo Clara. Pleas bring vyour a t. t M i H
ALF-- Noro refr.eraotor, FOR SALE:-1952 Morris Mnor, low Telephone 2-3479, Panomi. lin ..Phone Blbo 2-1866. Ac edled f ,e : Mrs. M y B. M u

R SALE-Rodo and Vactrolr co-in ._ 8 h35ubuer* Mest. un W. Cole. aen h ie. ealb. 'tt11n
tion, $40 glass topa coffee to- FOR SALE-1949 Ford Custom 4- in ottg Sant NOT A TINTANT Pr : M.
wild's desk and chair, s 4; fro ing. di. oi.tere condition. nTel O SAE Lot- in e ien Ph en s id e tB-BAOee. t M l n Sr and o N 'An- ment Idc tir n ;i
fet. $1; folding screen. 52; Navy 2472 tucker. 1,000 f enced land Chap. "Stein- moulees Se.ch, arbeo g aoe. Al-o te M MrPs m : Dr. and Worly reviewed e
j ; drss.ng table benches, 50. Benz" 1952. Dt e .uxe body, Jn per- $ 175.00. Telephone 3-0174 Pan- Phon SHRAPNL, Belb 1389 P trati Wllam ; nd nit lead t
other Calabash St p ,antian Area ats in t
-th; oher ite" s. Telphon 2- foct condition, Diesel Motors. Tel orna, 5:00 p. m. on. or e (feker tet. FAB4FRAY Mr8. Morrir Cather* and Mr. teportW of thF- A? lFatttnl^i
10, Balboa. -- 2 1.. -* FOR ALE:-Tw stand ard tbpewrit-. ronich Sant Ceira leoah otg.a A, -. Your Community StatiOn r. Mrdg ht l Goldmr pt h ot
lhed aCOt ants r aenlet ne 'ANTED e working condition. Cl 2092 iecticdefrigeraton gs sves Yu omut Stio Marhat Goa W.ovember thurt f our,
Sopcft- FFllioR FOR SALE'-Voice, nmust wire re- 567. , Mr. ad Mras. Ja. Wesley Towumnu e
ALE:--4 piece Ivgroom set .i order. $95 00. First street Pereil ", let N n l- and Ms. George and activities erlia
f any, like new, 2 men's a.s WANTED TO SUY:-Smooth. tires. No 13, Apt. 3. t* Ak co o e tochw : Mr. -and Mrs. O. R. ed the council four-Ac ta
,4 gray ond cream 46 Di o suitable for reconstruction. Recons- ------ ------ rI I Hunter; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard program After the cto-r
tRustom Club Coupe Call 86 tructora Notional 5. A. $co. 7, P- ,. a at. d S*.. Jane; Mr. anm Mrs. B erry d rt, tr a CuAS Wlhl hdue apt r.
--:A1-le --t o1f ru Avenue. Tl. 200406. FOR SALE t e- Im .w w .. Today, Tueay, Feb. Jne ad chdrp Mr. er- in and u
g tlbhSALE:-Mar' left ho .. ] ru. Aenu...Tel. 0 -r--vn adler ,r ; -ms.an ai uedM.r r wa Ap .al. w Scouts
bs. Kenneth Smith n .tche2 WANTED.Mn. bDOberodnp dog por '1 FOR tbTFurnshed ouse. Three GEO F- INC FM. Jud e Ad. U Beb 1
ies Golf Clubs., Ptty Berg. stud srice. Steer. Tel. 2-1219 or Real Estate ______ b -lo.Blr3tfl condition. House 505. Parita 3-0314. Panbmo.D l VALUAoi OiiatY 5onr baths; kitchen potio with bar. 2 -r 3:30-Mualt ftC 4T1 day. rs. F, L, ln;Mr. La r round nmin
ace, Aanboa .2-I 364. 1.tW Mr .,maKi Gl; ML r
-ans ----- fu- --FOR0-lEr lpo sta nda rec d Kwp an it. CatheriaCleB chrefd2 au tr
ceN.. Ancon 2-136 .d S 0 N S h good property-in Sant'Clofa is car garage, nd n is rom. . 4:00-Featurle ow.L rence KipD and Mr. Cathere era w eve a rgezWin j
R RENT:-Furnhed 2 bedroo- L ESSO N S ery suitable for a combination o 6th Stret, Golf eights. Telephone Bal D :S0- w t's Yor Favorite. L eppetd and dtRGr; f H)rhl-td.eTlp sat
apartment in Bella Vista. Call 3- owners. The price .$10,000. And 31245. Panoma. 5 Mr. Hyacinth M Mr ethe fall
Lmr r .340-News:30Mrs..Hoacint a.P ne 41e te fl W r Al0W I0 U
196 after 7.00 eenng or beRAPID MODERN PIANO COURSE how pleasant and easy for 5 families FOR Four-bedroom houe55hat's Yr lore and Mr. Da lo Dr. iod loring. He oanne
fore, 9.00 n eornngs. Senai onalv ne.v bre.Three A o purchase this f or vaa ion the ye-l fr .NT.-aur -Qni r m Mr.ho a id t t G
t BerhaMl.sl furished wth si id t t s Go e Lurs il,
n y--- lik -----oa meo,. practical, ppua o.r c os- around. There are two Stuceo ,ot- pooelsituar d in Crrozul trGofy I. 4t 60 -Th Bar d of Amr MrL. Herman Moa i:s; M was t st camper to

trs an d hea spc i term s o 9 utl e.. forScostruon. Rec l ons-o pr l FO RE. LtJ vent l o1 del Rp $0r .p5 'e and 8r. m. ne; Mr l r e and M s o M et. mra n
CentCruboupoall 9 2 e o 2 r roupN bllroom datne.e ciMrudes l anrge Electrolux keros-erne mtr-

he 3-4531 a nd 3-2858 h or English oTe. Wrie to C. l. Box FOR SALE* Chalett Via Bellsorro Tod' TF Apply BelSmito P Ktment Dr. Rio 275 Ano C. Z. Porr 184A. Tlp 9c of a nd Mrs Be n ma n n Rp lne 11.0

a for sle A-1 condition - out 5, 7, n. d year 0VOA. a tor Mrs. Josephine Sprague and .abS
ReNT:A 21-1.Cl.t Ppm El Pa ail Sa lfraranteen EaHe aelt See 9:pt fi-Much -iBding -Aitht- th. Maand Mr. and Mrs. Chas. District commisls.aoner C; Mr.
Eivai? gStrres on4d O' T 1N A. ... Maroh (BBC). L.. dneborn-5::-ver. and Mit Tuht rep$rtc v trtbtetu
od beds wth moress ns m Pn. 3-1660. go ol is or p pria. To T N R t M. eborn and 2 meets aa sx c a

Re-sonabe pricedS Appl Orh daugowterM. M. and Mrs. Schmit o. cilbng meet i t tr eain.
eet, betwren e sn raor 4 019-anl r ,aK lf Oly. rnet &ndoes, limes and margoen s, trees for ,. Aoane. tIt C. Cr cnneborn, Jr ; Mrs. Kathh t*2mlbt eo ttee mee' ing. He urnt te

rSAE dlnipgroo maSiece lvngroom, "r 'h. fitr, shade and flowers. Accs to parlo e and dningre two fo q u he U. A. Mrs. Wlma AMr rI. Ta ol;r in was lotheJr.
15.00 god nedio wth r econrd ploy- -ctBb bath.. .drooha kitchenma. ot iord.r- ). am V. ilvere tenon repe t o unita con r.
rtm35 en ininsroom, 11aCae of tr Mr. and 2 Mrsc Benr rmin. Tdlep.aL-r o wLu3.a wutan-.A

n15 tedrnt 6 e Feb. D 0er. MrD R Mr2 Ao"s C Z .. JosPINpOU TS Mrs. mh el ."'

rn style Apartment can be "ubtantia" unempoment lock lub.
gd. Avenida Peru No. 25.Apr Areas shohe that to ^e;^ um of .f Clockt .* 0 SirM
hosleas-an-t.andd eac py f orp5 fornite-YfFOR
dore aso able pmid. Applnew.braie f.ut' .. ere deo, -Mehifrvactinrnyer ;.r:5 -Mrs. Chs. o .sat'tr0te. m it i on.Aer

Il a-ed U" tro the rwhal]ty of un- s to Rt ifel m.t unfurnished. 2 bthroos ..oatB t M. it e Mr. al I
-LE--_ U_--eol.- Reero' Mand Cn. ro. iU r s ,. ro fu $"0. WindpB:ra;.& Drr. oB.

)tract tble tween SanarsadresT *' L" Departmen in .i l 00. edyTel. l-9.: 8N ez and ls: R td ors. onebrnmand 2 of ta asi
24 W n:-T BAX. TER S.A.- CO t leele id
nt--To E. Colo C :6a .jana ere--L. Cal Ted t7 SrboreJ" M :---LSaf !.!onS j.nf ac Oorv rJr;, D.he
Sc1., -S I B.-T 0 Mardo d Mrs. IA. mTer !r a nI

15,"e 2-26fh0.e" m e.1 peropl cebt. o. I) r6 oitooor r"; er rrtdh, chal dlm,;i *o c-.VAIEHIO +UIWN 0 ( or d ur e Si.' Oti e frB-)el
mteto S, o eod p loac t .pl t oa hi',lx fl_. o. oTr! aad e e S ohsd r ontll. Iy d. Thir drl i n t.h e Jn o G H us 4 t pi(
rA. Phon 86.3233. lo requ1ated the survey. He uoy thy hadwins p i basement rvce. the newspaper Frei rt t

ablejustafe 2--- sai d he *was '*pleased" that th* ba ame ofinbamysd pri0pivt rlidesce' Bella VistT. Cpll g -*- 12:L C-Lunoheon Mulc. Tnd the 0laip gei Volkaetdf up V O
FOR SALE r D m d he six red ths but we did Re ntallation of 12: lar Mu whh al the move were e
35 ir. 1 admrnie stralon "have faced up n't meld enough to get credit aor 2 toree water heaterad 1s we .a ided on aa party conference lC A
alt to that reality so tna now ever them. Our opponents sa we W rlou m a rried coupe .,o 1:15-PeW. 81nall ty PIrade. thee .e

Concerned can er should be minus 1000 points but d l modrn armen un- 1:4-L.m aer. At the same time the C
anoe. l Ch og1e a octrlvht..y- w l akt0 dd 'th ve 00 furC od WrClS. Bp w359. rT T mu.lit, a r a. l
Style Apartmn.c ent can be"bstat" unmplome s t o A I I. ra'
c o1g. Avenida Per,' Co. 25.Apt Aras aoe ae th a i tt e ne ths aren range.of r T:a d110.rJh a4R tOJ Mlu .o o a b o d H
tn ntoeTn ,etr, Amintrcan economay" e th FO T, c 7:00---AFSaORGAN MEL aH Uri rarita

icnord Sherman israir t epl t- ubj e mmt -FI RdgJo urs 1S IT EALLY H.I-I *13'haat* T- osei teou'on n
SALE Ho-u h- R-f eda"B to H e o rentalty Dan- ly S o trOatiolfdt rh om u r nfurnis 2Lee both, roams, Io 7:05-T hIe- M arr o d Clock eOlib de d t he
rls sto etbedto ldf. tcbirse tw o sdres- mai.d . 0s .H aree nd ma ia s I ssroom'frees ScMr s d s. mnl n titled U.e. rPti M? n T" istePn ouM s e s, l
nii'her Comproi er, ana- n a a icacore happen s to be.- slce-n4e. *P$1 i -ieiAy. Moon SBBC) inan Trad;e Matner a made

dir.rt $5 Cairoo' Eelln b 3t80e h nd-Ja I AmNeve for any score wason what- FOR RENT:-.lr Vista. furnished TROCAL ELECTRONICS I:--S oN or e
un eSmLpe nolrepre, td by e I ear te tan the amouc 4r nt to be swhe rrale t 4 bedroom i g.s 4th woJuly (Paai-Ft Center) REVIE
god.pho ne o2-2670. -e 1 ar ce. olne ; ayugd pred ious h oreefeZes parlor, dlt& introqin, kitchen, porach. -w r-(G ) I:0k-News (o e S ie, f i

a e o- o so f or e lab r eted o d tforw errd w it "VT o prt y | :.71--O J' te Re ford.
Snnswer to ond maid's room anid groge. Tel: per Mecnanic in Ultra- 1:0 -ft teRor c a se

mr aany year-,- Sher an was ter sQ-I"hadaoredth,.ee-in myhand o, nd y CCa-e l0--3.t Tth, l2d, r.aa the re is) n .
t B. ted with rt e Corporations whee" the opponenl:d. e--Oa melded ou. 16 a 8: Platte P arade. Irt T Special s- "tth B

Dita visio of the General Ac. WOOD RIDGE. N.J Feb. 9 -- y pnlig me 500 -..- -- Al NAML Coanentry World brwort
i Offie and is well ac i e U -A hu'peaslied" hat the oino p t I' obece lhat I 't e .by ws- Revenue ofL.icehalt.-ieat- the wle o e
ab or arcya cDt-1wche idii ro"mn window of whton-s hh rid nhe t *:wd3--ovarieto, A:ho Musi, eand- the L 'enjmin- n m
tor' cert pant eas ttae my word for oe a2 1952 he a to pe
1admriLstrat ouI "Bane faced. up nmeld nugh*r Ralumin allation of rs 1S::0-aulr-Muiciwhich-In t-the.Mr movesawere s.C
n'* I~orr .t ?:mthe twoacit tnd enou hUt aVeut crre rentt, e. ,Wh
Stal, Shmaorsn will bls o the place before polw ever them. ub doppone in this saitu- we r1 s mr rs. --The Old r nftc tlsrpor ede Cn

pc quesons present- ypured It with a sheet. r-i n whe n the game is a fAendly F waR RENT6-mrtmted rooun. very 3L m d rT.i
S guest at i te to alleviate the unempe oa id h ad a ATh full ddn't have of 500 funs d. Write to Box 3559 A. "A.- CUSTOM SOUND 2-: -MThree iter Timoc. mui, w accused ia
Reas onabeMpsdfour-foo. winAsead and ream -sp- y penty 0dpoints- -
'Betlboa echrt the Is The labor leader an ele. The e t his wa s the first hand of sit- FR RENT: Room iepndent inotallaton Bas, about admson thatr AVANNAH, Ga.. i o
UAW audi and it outside before et- t th -offender has never furnished with kitchen First street N n 00-A S r'aonaert foo shortages exist man ahletled to have
nhouldtee- te a bird fan ecnoy t real the red three in h 3. Apt. Prei1.t wet prices. All popular n the agent o

r"lboa 2Sm for r ese ei- Mi a Castagnetta said hhchw was ed w stt e d he would put it FOR RENT re.:-Fu mfrnsh rooft sut2:bu, brands. a dat--omdiwffdaiassto h f u Mol ot v0,0 n- w bI r ite
meetingdiner uen ot. bem et hot overme w i t n ohe havefort orisr.t.W. .t nd Vi Audio Depart t. A-V me . Don D /emm n Juo A
paceAsked Tody ,t td propa and," score that seven alelss than zer? 2n0434oer 9.I p (t TELEarIve1NE l'ef ue dtth thandor Fvlee .,dauttont. Gd- mank, h.d
A-You .. n. hand. A player w tho deberROOMS FOR RENT.- finished Pan- I en e wIily l o the de4eentR .c c t r. ?eade

, IteIS Perattlran James Novello and wtel de.that-gld ehav. HI-Fn ze Thetmormes, l un,- atl l fuel om mtne he w at -pe wt nd no
pecia eph eaml. chaed th.lie ubird ictleo n-er. and the t5 s nt penalty furnished. AppJ -dy Esption 98 g F"W n s s trying to make peace wtpt e
i a nr i o mt before eettin l I$t witha on sola -c Trade Mlllt Kf g- No.

cer Co- esdaeeea deduction from the score. The pen- Jume I. Number Ml 4. -Trm .
2 .00 I 0m lota ne *y of u pos previous oes sonly to a *i a Co'"" any. I GOt e W 1c I
%Ar^ osimi aia ()i smalleMr than the amount t hi be sub- - I 7:..... -K O T e. J tfo Show.- -,, cet- .R i ,{t'1 d
tare ar a-- y ou ao ore ad t h r an my Fn Re st Caro Tt.it 2-t- O (VOA. nol .t

tnsth wia*f -HO AeticitITIe S NAIL ENAMEL *lr Par W b
Division of the General Ac-NtiFel9 They wanted to penalize me 500 .- -Wrld-
tendwtPerNo.pra-tAins WOODRIDGEf- whenhthepne0meldedout. 46 FO RENTgAO. TneA.
llac iA huge bdb ua, 6d t pits. ohjeed that hadn't by Nws. 0 1&Revenue e'-I
dptoon- sehebndhdthat theyo
--SALES--Household.eAhoy i(3w)ad, n. 3 tetIbahoos
soe. h-on-re tbldav twC! made a sham-! it 'and fprget 'beutm'the tenaelh. 0 : i1---.mo lllooda O ou Xse of.':-.ati
h. his talk. Sherman will bies o r the place before policeWhnat should Ie done in this s -. N ; W O.-TO.lun .d Tints- .iorai Dr.. .1e
pecific questions present- pttlred It with a sheet, atuMn when the game is a friendly FOR R t".-i,.h room. viry 1 .... .. th '.sy h1 n IG
"Fmembers of the Institute one? m-cool. Facing C eu"selm Park. Es- .- 11ri0-The Owl-s Neis. b"l he.t Datr hip
guests attending the Pollee said T, e bird had a A--The full pealty of 500 points tudiante street Noa. 10, Apat. "A.TORSOUND Aw 1 --saRll Aa$148,09
0 auditing and desiring released it outside before- s et- edeof e hs vr
-he meeting should t6eo- tinr a bird fancier to check it. NB)! SOeIL the rod three in his No. 3. al t .Ad. P ervil. at lowest prices. All populN r inatc -the qgent cutm o

AskeBdTodayttl blinds In frantic a-ipply, to a payer who sees a red inrnutn f'ul ntr-a IDins peyddtt e4

F ig ueI. I scrapt1;20 -' I w o t rong t o f as ri g.-s the case "t -r. Qf l'-O.t ,,,_. .. ,-._.

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1 ClF e, Mrs. Gene Hamitn, MOs.
i- emus Taylor, Mrs. J. F. Dietz,
.rs. Carl Cetti, Mrs. John Mee-
luan, Mrs. H. V. Rowe, Mrs. S. L.
v- Brown Mrs. W. RI Calcott, and
jd, Mrs. Arthur Logan.
es Bme Voyage Coffee Honors
ce Ms. dward Keo-
pO Mrs. Gordon Meriwether, Mrs.
g- Cbarlep Wilsy, Mrs. Al Johnsrud,
in Mrs. Robert Tucker and Mrs. John



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(aill seats reserved) -

tieoseft may be p*wuured at the a" Offilee for any per-
foralanee or say be reOerved by phoning Balboa (2) 3 I
by day or Babms (1) S378 at night.
Also available at Dagmar's on Tivoli Avenue.

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fe table.
Lfeutmmt an- Ma 'KVob ,atied
esd ay for ,Puerto tRio nd
There wll return to. the
It.. i returnngteo AtOan
ound-Aley wWll make -thdr minm
Ap Philadelphia. .

Ca i. ,as and Staff Cap-
tain ones- of a 'iMauretania"
had'as their guests aboard the.ship
lawt, T'Mr. amKrt& Ar.
= -thur Captain- al Mrs.
John Andrews and Miss Jeanne
Armstrong. -

Mr. aM Mrs. 0. T. Colby are
oruiue;pnasseugers aboard the "Pa
ama" pand during their stay on
mthe Ism are the houseguests
of Captain and Mrs. R. K. Y. Duas-
enberre at the Coco Solo Naval

Sorority Meeting
The Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi Sorority l hold its regular
meeting tomorrow at the clulroom
in Fort Guliok at 7:30 p.m. Any-
one who cannot attend is request-
ed to call 37.-879.
Family Supper At
Crislokal Union Church
The members of the Cristobal
Unon Church are planplng fam-
ily night supper tomorrow at 6:00
pm.. at. the Church. Reservatless
should be made in advance with
Mrs. Stanley Hamilton, if possible.

It is hoped that all of the mem-
bers will e ble to attend as this
will be the last opportunity that
Reverend Norman Pratt will have
Sto be with the group. He is return-
ing to England the latter, part of
the month.-
Gil seoiat Adult
.eeting In Gatun
All mothers of Brownies and Girl
"cous in Gatun, and all adults in-
terested in scouting are requested
to eet at the qme of Mrs.
rl "DoWuglas, house: 30-B, to-
morr6w at 7:30 p.m.

Fort Gulick N. C. O.
Wives .Club. Mee.tng
Mrs. J, W. Yarbrovgh, presi-
dent, called the recent meeting of
the Fort Guick N. C. 0. Waves
Chah'- i
During the bualuesi metit qhe
Intodaced two' n'e w members,
Mrs. W. R. Shryoek and Mrs. An-
thony Romeo, and two gudsts,
Mrs. G. Ernmo and Mrs. Jamles:

Vases for flowers wdre dotted
to the Coco Solo Naval, Hospital
and a monetary contribution was
voted for the March of Dimes
Mrs. Yarbrough served refresh.
ments to the members present.

On The Records

Popular Record*
NEW YORK (UP) -Something
of the friendly flavor o F rance's
Cognac has been captured by'Diz-
zy Gillespie in his latest LP for At-
lantic Records, "Dizzy, Volume 2."
The number is entitled "Cognac
ilues," and Gillespie gives it a
real whirl,
This album shodud dft much to
unruffl the feathers of the anti
bop crowd which c sistently as-
sociates Gillespie with the schizoid
trumpet. Here Dizzy plays a real
virtuosity without taking off on the
wild flights that offend the ear-
drums of the hot -jazz fans. Gil-
lespie plays eight numbers, a I
worth a hearing.
Gillespie won a lot of friends for
America on a trip -to Sweden not
so long ago. He definitely set a pat-
tern for the so called cool music
that now s. so popular in Sweden.
This Swedish jaz is best exem-
Slifled in a new album recorded in
weden by Lars Gud n's quartet
and quintet. Issued by Contempo
rary Records, this LP contains
eight numbers under the title,
"Modern Sounds, and includes
"You Go to My Head" and "The
Things We Did Last Sumier."
On the hot side, one of the bept
albums kiking around shops
is "Burt Bales' After Hot," a
slow-spinanig platter of rippling
piano music put out by Good Time
Jazz Records. Eight numbers al-
together, among the "'New Or-
les. Joy" ad "Maam City
Man." I
Babe Zalarfas pobabl will be
knowi as Tse greatest wdian ath-
ldte o all time. t abe says a
mean harmonkca Mercury
shbwsu eff bher taWt on a singe
entitled "Detiur."
Two Coluxini 45 r ass
wary of -al e hE Fl Fusi
Uiv," band on the fa that mae
Rce Au eI Mar, and
"Cabamity 53dB, lSlt ifmu te
new Doris Day movie.
Sounds to be r e dJh

2llga' tO = rt M^S

". i e he
r ra to's arrival Uin m -

drSIan music.
.G,,or Pe car aid laote a
te the aend of ti ti rr

will eno e vano
tion eativ.ties. the rgularTuhe'-

M an' Mrs
Md nrlegMt, piMar W. l.,d
tMrsobecustoier.Tl D arp
f?e, prirsg: 1$35 % dI V5.

Pltt, Mrs.t e
large crowd as enpectedk t
the theater tonight, aince there
wl be no extra admission

These included Mrs. Edwar
Mai, Mrs. Franklin Altman, Mrs.
Merle Mountz Mrs. John EDIs,
Mrs. Robert E9is, Mrs. Doihinick
Platt, Mrs. Tonney pole, and
Mrs. Frank Menish.

Miss Armstrong Visiting
In De Lesseps Area
Migs Jeanne Armstrong, of New
Orlenas, is the houseguebt of Cap.
tail and Mrs. John Andr6ws. Miss
Armstrong has been making a
tour of Central America.

(NA Radio Telep
.wves farewell from M
Germany, before his
leaves on the last lan o
trip home to IHtUaide.
Hvaata eopaped from Cze
slovakia's grim Leopoldovr
on, refused to talk with i
I men.

magy, so Mnaturauy
b, is ear, tc.
I work as hard s
Aug cedt of0'ur wo
yINe, et.
husband also reds
how about discua

It goes without saying that a y
wife and mother who ,do I the
Sousework fr family, looks after
children cooks, msarets, and so
hoto) on, works as hard as the man of
vavt& the family who brings home the
imli, pay check.
plane She is earning hei own way, just
f the as much as the husband s earning
1.J his.


Coin-Turns Up
HEBRONi-Neb; (U.P.) OrvMlle
Baldwin,.,an attorney, dropped the
50-cent piece in 1931 while enter-
ing the Thayer County courthouse
It rolled Into a crack and dropped
behind some stone steps. Workmen
repaired tho etorn-damaged build-
ing recently and Baldwin gpt his
50-cent piece -hock..



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He Must Be Waling To Regard
Her As Partner
Any man who doubts that would
change his tune in a hurry if he
ever had to take over his wife's Job
for a month.
But there is more to partnership
between husband and wife than a
wife's earning the right to It. Uh-
less a man is willing to regard his
wife as his partner simply b-
cause she is his wife-there isn't
much chance the marriage will be
happy, for the wife certainly won't
No human being likes to be
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likes to be made to feel that she is
les thanea full partner to he
Any man who denies the rights of
partnership to his wife is bound
to have a discontented wife. And
no man with a discontented wife
has a chance for real happiness
So your husband is being pretty
shortsighted with his I" and
"my" talk, and his silly belief that
he is more important than you are
simply because he brings home the
pay check.
If he insists on your being less
than his partner, he'll be cheating
himself in the end.

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At 8:45 The Carnival Flag willbe raised by the My
or of Panami and also The Presentation of 7 BW
tiful Candidates for Queen of the Carnlt.

English Version of
and AfIf NCS RVT

bmiru~s.Icre 8.


3 Big Prizes:
1st-475.00. Znd--435L..
SHOWS: -7:06 1:00 j.

At, t:, we arrivall baf
be raised and also the 'x

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John Payne & Evelyn Keyes, in "99 RIVER STREET"
Also Law Ayres, in "DONOVAN'S BRAINS".

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'oach To Be Texas A-M's

ew Athlletic Director


The road has been cleared for football Coach
1Paul "Bear" Bryant of Kentucky to take over the
coaching g reins at Texas A & M.
The Kentucky Athletic Asso- main at the Lexington school
elation acting at an un- against )its wishes.
aouimced meeting has voted At the same time, the Ken-
accept Bryant's resignation Lucky group selected a commit-
and release him from his con- tee which will start screening
trtct which still has nine years candidates for the now-vacant
r na coaching job.
nt at last week accepted an
e offer of a six-year con- Bryant says he immediately
as coach and athletic di- noticed Texas Aggle President
The sudden move aroused David Morgan after hearing his
r feeling among Kentucky resignation had been approved.
*teals and alumni and there; Bryan is exectetd to leave for
some indication the resigna- Texa within 10 days.
might not be accepted. In pro football, ,,.e Washing-
However, the Athletic Assola- ton Redskins have signed one of
voted yesterday to okay it tKentucky's 1953 stars.., and at
than force Bryan to re- the same time won a decision
_____.______._"" over Canadian football.
The Redskins signed Steve
and halfback with Kentucky last
c Wertz Gets "-.o
Mellinger admits he had some
lucrative offers from Canadian
rthPreU srenP t t eams. "They offered me more
Ptll II jlVI~ 11 money." says the Kentucky star,
"but I felt I had a better future
A Contract plain for an American club."
i j4 L iltashingtonr Coach Curly Lam-
111 I s. ....c beau says he is delighted with
Mellinger's decision. "I'm tickled
b Ink," sayq Lambeau, "and I
NEW YORK Feb.t (UP) Miellinger has great fu-
_lo cthe. c..andles m o etureIn professional ftOball." I

^fterg ay cake today, maue ii
iah, and got it. too-in the
; erm of a satisfactory 1954 con-
'-jt ..ct. I
W ertz, celebrating his 29th
rthday today, said he had "lo
e through a snowstorm ?t
to Baltimore but once I got
re, the trip proved worth-
| muscular. left handed
tign Werts, considered the
man in Baltimore's out-
d plans, had a disappointinRg
with the St. Louis Browns
i year although be led tar
with 19 homers. He batted
,268 and drove in 70 runs.
sidelined twice with pain-
Another player anxious to
out, at the bad memory of
tit oeher Sai Mage, sign
'.t- contract with te Gl g
Thi, be swarth rg n.
S1 but he at a
k back was 'eHnr mu
ug" aururin well for AL
k jBouthdaw Art Schallock be-
omew the 19th Yankee player tr]
I to terms, leaving 23 m

SLopat. a unsi agind.
n iht-han er Don
combo ad h or R
from t^ Mi at
Tax., had f0'Waded
contract to the front of-
I and was heading for Hot
..* Ark., for pre spring
Pcondlitining. 7
oeer Bay Herbert, owner I
a tur-ad.-six record last dv
s the PSrd Detrt 'while scoa
dog his-s coat-t'1 !!an. a the White Sex anagn e. adiso .
or maldging of first bas.- orbin, 1
onl York and outfielder Con's ms
MiM eso, who is seeking a

wells Take,, Aii In 2nd

SOf Atlaifc Twi Loop

we ilTlt Be seball I la. into left field with
RALF 6TA)IM CNN :.o046A Coffee'8 sH e(
W L P'e tdaes returned inthe urth
1 0 L -o.0Ad 'Kaiser Bazait w":
rStation 0 0 L.. I put out the fire. ..
ereer 0 *. V..ter a twin-killing had re
S. .. -0 1 0. d Po es In the fourth, B3
A. N u's ISULT aUGL rtown the side Inod
Powels. 9, C ..... S :Uffth. But in the upper
.th- the 'Wildness fever" ht
StRSDAY'S GAME l .ad with one dowh, the
SStatiyon s Balboa Beer C.H.S. pitcher wal k ed fbt
S. -- straight batters, giving up two
was another "knock- runs and leaving the game with
.drag-out" game at Mt. the' score tied up at eight runs
%tdlui Sunday night, each. Danny George finished the
the chaos had return- sixth and wound up the game
naormal Powefls had a one- for C.H.S. He was charged with
e over Cristobal High the loss.
to 8 and an early lead In the seventh, with George
sead half of pla-. pitching, Powells' pitcher Wally
drew his first a Trout was given a life on an er-I
menst for Powels and last- ror by Hatgi. Bowers walked and
pto the fifth inning. In his Arnold Manning beat out a bunt
lngm stint, Brogle allowed on the left side. of the Infield.
wts Walked three and Geor e sent Lamas back swing-
three wild tches, all ing, ut Highley lifted a tal
facto e th the tor fly to centerfield. Trout scoring
!tn.h after the catch with the winning
St ame B t&Me- run. '
a bartte d Naval Station plays Brewers
.traor w j-non Thursday
J W knotted The first half champions, Na-
B e W,-su t he val Station, will be out to make
g.0ahe .491-h a lean sweep of both halves of
#60Li" 0 1 9 a M lUe Atlantic Twilight League.
-a M w rheir first contenders for the

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League RobinsO To inch Pe .at

STANDINGS .. __ ____ __I______ "-' ,
Won Lost
c..o. 92 Turn Out For ack
Mott& 192 Tu ra.re s tansens
"M.R.A. 14, Mottas 5 2 11 eam W .
The M.R.A. team which was n ll a t U Yanke 1 .
been trailing in the league made l J bers 17 A86
a spectacular comeback Wednes- Brownies 15A ."t
day at Coco Solito by defeating
Motta the only team that has Balboa High issued the call for meet, and It is ihped trian- TONIGHT'S GAlMB ( N)
beaten Buick, 14-5. all track and field boys this gular affair with the Armed Panama Stadium: edap rs
!n the fourth inning, the Mot- week, and coach John Fpavett Forces and AthleUe Club. (Robinson 5-4) vs. Y nkee
taiFirstbaseman Hermann hit a was swamped with a resounding Following s. the 1054 meet (Stempel 0-2)
bases loaded home run, but the response of 92 yoing men. This schedule for =a Hi. All
rally was stopped short by a total is expected to swell -past meets are at B dium LAST NIGHTS RESULT
double play Barry Davison to the century mark before the unless othrwi stated Brownies 8, Yankees 0
Noel Gibson. week Is out. Balboa ITrack
Billy Rankin, Noel Gibson and The large squad is headed by 'Meet e 1954 -
Barry Davison pitched for M. R. seven returning letter, two of March 2, Laguna T
A while Philip Hadarits, eoe who are holders of echolas- Beach (TelgrC0 .. The lea e leading Yankoo
Wetzel and Larry Dider pi tic records. Curt Jeffrs old March 5, Fr Itay, en teri ml
ed for Motta. he vault record o f 10ft3:30 p.m.fS nepei h amu h ti
MOTTA 10V n. and Bruee Orvi. has the March 9. Tuesday, ul Vis- that h record would indice.&
Pabon, 2b A H low hurdler mark at 21 psconds. ta (TelegPrlp) 30; n .. t "mound to, wrp u
1 0 Other lettermen back for an. March .2,rlddf, Imtra Squad Panama Pro League's---
Hermann, lb 2 1 1 other season are Labert Mon Relays: 3 Achamplonship when they go a-
Newhard, as 2 0 0 oanI p high jumpJim March 10, Coronado alnsthe second place Bombers
Garcia. c h 0. 1 u)i:, broad (Telegraphilc) 0 at the Panama Olympic 8ta;.
Polumbo, 3b 2 1 0 aping, and Cesar March 18. PtvA.ay, Cristobal dium.
Howard, f 2Vo Chng and Bobiulmbado at Cristobal: :9 pan.
Hanna. If 3 0 0 inthe sprint, and Herb Ray- March 23, Tue1Sdy, Junior If the Yankees lose, they w j
Hadarits. p 1 1 0 bneth c pln nde1"College: 2:00 p.m have another chance to clinch
Wetzel, D 1 0 0 The." nei "- tbree tele- March 6, PaForc- the flag tomorrow night at Mt.
Didler, p 0 0 0 The Build
DWdler, p 0 0 0 f2 1gre c mdets withCMalfornIa es, Athletic 1l b 0, Hope Stadium when they meet
Wrigh-, cf 2 1 1 this yr. The two April 1 nal 5 the Bombers again. The Yank-
old-standbys, Coronado and Star (Sec. 1D:3.. eca, will play their final game
25 ~ 3 Chula Vista are on the sched- April 2. Friday AllConference: of the season Thursday against
Su, and newcomer Laguna 7:00 p.m. the Brownies at the Panama
n, I M.f 2RA. Beach will open the com petitive April 9, FriWagIalboa Relays: Stadium.
uane season will be climaxed April 12. Men 4. National S If the Yankees lose all three
Wnin f2ord. 2b 3 1 Mr1 L h. B ab la yo S e -1of their remaining games, the
Freankin, cf 2 i 1 ror to this g one, April 20-21, T d Wednes- Bombers would have to win all
French, as 3 3 2 & te BuIldo thinclad day: 3:30 p.m. five 0f their remaining contests
Tobin, 1 p4 2 1 .1w ig meets with Cristobal First -Annual 8 Decatlon to win the pennant. Humberto I
un,. ,p 1 Unft Cole.the AllLeague Championshps, obinson is Manager Stanford
Gibsn, l. p 1 ollee, A Leaue harn~uasiP5~ -'-rsahanvt'm.choice to lkeen the'

Davison, cf, p 4 1 2
Orover, rf 2 0 0
McGaughey 0 1 0
21 14 10
Summary: Home runs Her-
Imann. Two base hits: harcli
Wright. Struck out by: Mankin
1, Davison 1, Glbson 1, Hadarits
4, Wetzel 1. Didier 1. Base-on
balls off: Rankin 3. Davison 4,
Oibson 3. Hadarits 5, Wetzel 2,
Didler 1. Winning pitcher: Da-
vison. Losing pitcher: Hadarits.
Umpires: Leves-Carlon. Scorer:
Ruth Perkins.
For the second straight day
the Atlantic P l* d a tie
game, when C. 1 I a-r

C.P.O. began to. it t e 7th
and before the smoke had clear-
ed Waa they hadlsc f $ runs
to the score, -.
The star of tae game *af mim-
my Brooks, G.P.O. center field-
er, who twice made stedtacular
catches of high flies with a 16ng
run and a one-handed catch.
Each time the bases were loaded
with two guts.
C.P.O.'s David Eberenz, Mickey
Whitaker, and Jimmy Brooks,
and Hector Melendez all got hits
to tie the score. Perkins and
Melelez pitched for C.P.O.
while Tobin pitched all the way

Allen If
Wllliford, 2b
Rankin, cf

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Eberenz. 2b 3 2
Whitaker. 3b 4 1
BrEoks, ef 4 1
Mlende. as, p 4 1
Hamilton, lb 4 0
OcrWf rd, c 2 0
Favorite, sa 2 0
S 1raw 4 0
a r d1r-, 1 0

33 6
Sta mary: Twb base hi
Whtasker. Tobin. French. BE
on balls off; Perkins 6., Tobin
Struek out by: Perkins 2. Tob
5, Melendez 3. Umpires: Docke-
& Doyle. Scorer: Ruth Perkins,

Along The Fairway

Panama Golf Club was t
host on Saturday for the fir
round of the PWGA inter-cl
tournament. Gamboa play
Davis and Amador played Br
zos. The best ball Nassau system
was used for scoring. Davis lea
with 5 points. Brasos has 3
AmRdor 2% and Gamboa 1.
The tournament well conttn
every Saturday until each cl
has been host. Next Saturd
the teams will compete at Br
lsas Panama versus Gamb
and Amador versus Davis. T
tournament is scheduled at.
tr l4b W-OT oeb. 2 0to col
Itr WGA toura*uet

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"T$. D.-..Danny Nardico is dropoed-ftht on his face-fbore he
second time in the ninth round and he sixth trip in all before
B Referee Jimmy Peerless stoppe-his body battle with Chaley
1 Norkus in Miami Beach. The .syonen, N. J., unrated undo dog
0 Was down twice At 197, he wate-,r'-ided 15% pounds. (NEA)
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Sterscholastie Basebal

,Scene Shifts To Mt. Hope

0 STAIDINGS have little to offer besides their
2 Intetwholastic Baseball reputed power with a bat. 4 the
0 -wili ht League they are, t)e
1 Won Lost Put. toL hitting team. but when they
I Palbao High ...... 2 0 1.000 fd Cnarles in their prevJous
0 cristobal ~Ig ... 0 1 .000 meeting, C.H S. ell meeky with
1 Junior Colege .... 0 1 .000 four hits and nary a run.

0 TOgtG S GAME but if Lung is sidetrackrM the
2 Bala .NO Cristobal High Cristobal mentor can fall balL
on alt amazin rreshmai find in
SRan has prevented the Atlan- 61 John Coh ey who pitched
ts, tc from viewing their tir more than creditable ball ins
se in lastic baseball ame owells in the Twilight e
Ise lPowells In the Twilight Le
Stor -on their own gome t Sunday Coffe w
in grounds. wben last Tuesday on account of wildness in
!ry i-J.C.g was game, but while he was oand
c-a ed ff6 no account ofwn it tL
groundsTovight at 7 they w:il the .fans every re
S try again, and this time the coming hurler for C b
S rigers p. n to play host to th. a, igh.
nigh-yfling Balboa Bullduos, _
current y undefeated in two Bill Price CrIstobal's tIr t
he pames airainst the other tw3 baseman and last year's, Tw t
rst competing g nines, ligrht League battir chua
ub ans of the Interachool Loop bJt In the head wh a hd
ed who voyaged to Balboa to see Lall last Sunday and a'
,a- these two teams ao battle a pair writing must be cohslde& r A i
am of weeks ago will surely be i.ut the "doubtful" list of star ts
ds once again to see if Lou Charles he Is unable to make t
I can repeat his horse-collarlvig Rame, a serious hole will ~aTe
' job against the otherwise pow- been made in the Tger
Serful bat ts of the Tigers. In an from whence stems moat of
-u effort to run up .an undefeated batting power. Catcher e
L" season, Charles will no doubt be GeOaughey and third
ay Brown's choice to go against the Bruce Newhard are ex
S Tigers agLi tonight, carry the attack to te
SBut the Pacif'c ide school ioniht at Mt. Hop
"e fans do not ely entirely upon With the Tigero tri
A- %he..,hurtl ..poem of L; u ately to defend the ,-
Lt1- Ihr .s an u come to sMp they won four yer -t
h, d Alwtt _e ^tI d as a row and the Bulldogsoa|e
lll ~Widn nine, mUd defe.I- determined that the
lyjy .d -th the pennant will ny in
stick. Wa el ol nor J C 1954. Gold Coast fn M
MB bO k et t.on thlikes in for an Intere t hn .
mm ,~ 11. *esaft 714

red-hot Bombers' slim chances
alive tonight.
Last night the last place
Brownies kept the Bomber's
hopes flickering with an 8-0
victory over the league leaders
behind the five-hit hurling off
Sam Williams. It was Williams'
first win against three setbacks.
The Brownie* slammed 17 hits
off the offering of losing pitcher
Pat Patrick, whose season record
is now 5-5, and Joe Hinelman.
Ellas Osorloand Alonso Brath-
waite led thp hit parade with
three for five each while catcherI
Bylvester McDonald had this best
night of the season witi 0w'd
for two. Clarence Moo aided.
with two for four and inalde.
Grenald and Humberteo Arlurs
each collected two for five.
Spider Wilhelm. with two forl
four, was the only Yankee toI
get more than one safety. 1

itps as

simple .as

* That if you're look
eagerly fort fS .r
amazian report
Bisenhowor', Pv
* if you'll eaa.e .
ing photo!#*t dy
Hollywood otr
Shirloy Bolth *U

* are waiting for as
fa ion hbors jq
densad for.-I
teed paydoy, i' Y


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w 6 i Braves
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Te L t f deeted
the league
to 3 score n a.. lMY
and kep tei
pos ie .t o
first half bJO"UX e
eacyladare ae -

lbet the wi t

n .a double by ker *ho
moved to third on s ed ball
and scored on a wild th. Sears
came within an ana- 0t..tlnl the
game up in the th oS
run as the result It
son's two bagger a bUt-
tired the last two b0tterp, o on
a strike out and the otheron a
fly to centerfield. .
Luis Cubillo won his third
gane as compared with one loss
giving up 9 hits walking 2 an
strlkifntlout 5. Roy Watson lost
his first game after winning two
and held the Liters to 4 hits,
striking out 5 and walking 6.
Jerry Conklin and Roy Watson
led Sears at the plate with 8, for
3 each with Conklin getting a
triple. pradshaw with a single,
Parker with a double, Dot n with
a single and Cublfo with his
triple were the leading. batsmen,
for the Liters.
Team Won Lost
Coco Solo 6 0
Motta's 5 2
PowelUs 3 21
Margarita 2 6
Coco Solito 1 .4
Police Pals 1 ..

crahd into. e winde-
feating G Tuly' P o ll
Pals. It was nip and tuck until
the Sifth when both teams
stamAd a allv

Te Police statred it off by
picking up three runs In te too
of the fifth. Ebdon led o with
a single to right and Balkowski
was sate on an error. Tohoros
came up wita a sinle 1 ring
Ebdon. Humphrey was ate on a
fielders choice scoring Blalkow-
ski. Kenway hit to second and
was thrown out scoring Yohoros.
Coco Solito Just would not be
denied. In the bottom of the
fifth they pushed four men a-
cross on one walk. two error!
and two singles. The Police tried
in vain in the sixth- but were
put down in order.
Score by Innings:
Police Pals 011 03"0-4 5
Coco Solito 020 24x-8 7

Special Troops ,

Forl KobbeC("

Panama As Armea fres
rl' B-baU League
Team W L Pe,
l*e Albrook AFB '8 1,8M
led. Army Atlantic 6 .667
Oet Special Troops 6 3 .667
S Fort Kobbe 8 4 .600
Coco Solo 5 5 .500
Fort Clayton 2 8 .200
Navy Westbank 0 9 .000
H. Two of the hottest clubs of
the Panama Area Armed Proes
,"* Baseball League clash on
Wednesday afternoon wh n IfpO-

Kobbe are u so forur-
c zame wi at 664M. Game
timeIs 2:30.
The first and. place
Steams battle-ItdIa on Wednes-
day with Army Atlantic facing
Albrook B at Fort Davis.
Army Atlantic will be out to
venge the defeat handed them
r a by Albrook tn the fat round.
6' Thb contest Is A" to b"gn
at :n30s "
In contests- ver tue weekend ,
Pat Kobbe and peeda M


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bha& reed .
the Vt el.

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Score by Inninu '
Powell$ 000. 1-l 4
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not rt Wt mtand
31o-ht c rk -y thElre e
ashutut Coo a to 5 to f, .
Stoo in the eoni and
1r"tck et 13 of the 16 batters
4=8e CMp. Only one Cub reach-
S ad tha wau on ao Sr.
The ti='e1 httlam of Maloy
and Peterson ptoieed three
truis had tw were scored on
overthrow. sMaloy ald Ppteraon
got Ifor at Rhe bat. The Cooe
Soito field did in excellent
In holding the Motta's to onu
runs. Once in the eond with
no one out and runners on sec.
aod an .they were
with- o abnrmn and again in
the fifth with two on and one

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l meanwhile at Inchon, 8 war we have learned again today edged tod all-out
bners ekinto North Korea nor therewassurin hope the acuteof slight im- test case agaist e Hat Corp. S ti b0 L S w
he reveal country source of his of his iof of America at oth Norwalkover. I o
Stoday aboard the Brith health of the spentHol Father: The Conn.. where workers are --

Wphip Astuhas f ormal ful nighff spent a quiet night, rest- .on strike poteatn the firm's Modern com nations has It is not the o the
X te by- the U.N. Command Vatican sources aid. The news voicvO uRuniu
th K Comreamunists werment was followeplans to move to Tennessee rendere unnecessary one Pana- signal staos

| tro-Nerthd ran vey r "The pontifical physicians, ma CaOal landmark famviar to in 1l16. a year an aftr .7 URG, South frl-
the apristoners bsa shippingth Prof. theVatican press office which as IAMPresident George Meany was mariners throughout the world the Canal wa d Feb ) A of v-
tone t ham orea. The American Federation of La-

lan soldiers, the first return the Pontiff move about his authorized b the AL Executive This landmark the Signal Station opned, an old rap was ing ean trave agents
contingent Inhof 5500 Indan bedroom once again, and has al Council to e personall and atop So H, to be abandoned Panama Railroad
Scountry sailed fno-repa- so im some n ourhment. actve t the hat condition- and th service w be scont buear Pier dh ced a e befo
today aboard prone r in tishhea oly Father olyths morn- y cason whe to "th workers ed there, effective March 13, it serv lo towo dd so w
Spntsphaaigo Tardihtn, pro-secretary of state sn t;tde riernt labor situation and going Heights. communications a s ottoof the si

(. g'cnmenibt North Koreanst 13 w e' d t -year-old Pontiff, 111 X i ga dollars with cheap labor." sidered that ships are about to mands.anSbstrewof^l ee h" e ""
m _tppun Alst South Koreans lm thoe con tinuously for about -. p luchfirms toa making host able to arrive to service passena ta. stbi atio f the Canal channel Ro e a tber ofri

SDutl Korean foreign minister p hours more than he sleeps lphy towns of New England cities," gers in time. proper. Itisalsontheskline rAr
e pris'n Yung Tai wthas concerned uuRicy eard well eaz hasesid George mar iners t~donment the sgnl offers visi y or shi thd ha n o
a nthe r73 Nrth Koreans. He Oerhd Papal attendants orWlk e -to help sta on for serve i n handling ship in the harbor and. it e Intach es t .o A. touprft i a-
ned tor take some action unshuttere the Pwindowst omvfe aut sau destroyriz these L Ex eutive This a the Signal Station ned, an old it ation was a a. rred. ,
co India gives writteof 5.500 Ind a- the Pope bedroom onceto let the again the Canal, results from te in- painted white brit red with whih
That thee men are to unshne tream nto the a- The council, a winter creased use of ship-to-shore corn- roof he reob ly wa
ttled in neutral countries partmoent shortly amter the ti &e hat muncations othervice than visual ro m the me t was built the "reult of lon p e h

te returned to South Korea..pP ontiff awakened. bih EO ._ olo eent r r e her David Dubingky. head of the signals. Se"a Hi "-Si nr-altion w1 con- sa. . ,1
a attacked Indias action n the Pan- "ource streed that the Pope aren't ca workers union, plead three U. S.-rate employes will neted the. station oat .Afri-

U vlag the prisoners as a continued Mt o remain in a very lor a change n the Wageahour be affected by the closing of the Perico land nearby" outer r.mit ao opi-

p violation" of the ar- k condition, but his doctors PRAYERS FOR THE POPE Romans gather In the Church of laws as applied to Puerto Rico station and a fourth will be affect- of the harbor, and alithote Port fr8 on h tdout f the lo***
tf s t arelid hop the ow but steadfi- t Anna at the Vatican City to pray for the recovery o the tobli p that islands stand- ed at the same time by th abo Captasni Office alboa T s "ea taeo," a
S hat actdn would be oroveen-cetosave ain the astric condha Pope Pus XII. o living.ve lman o- signal stat on Perleo was ted relate r it
nst. thtion which has kept him n bed dollars with ceap labor." sidered that ships ery effort moved to Flamenco Island and is to t
' n ew Del hi government h or tha past ric disturbance able ,pt ti said the special ock, andwill b have to lace the tour now operated by the. Navy
t would use ts good o- at more easily ari du ry commiee ngor Puerto R- ffctd by force reduc The increased ue of radio and
rmt. In aorrangg reansettlement o ura w ile th oe had been a co ins composed of eixnnetera in obs elsewhere nive ice p assen. radio telephone Canal chaetios l o
M thPreofan-f. ri.Twnrle arto inn- retainss e Sh-' Esacee e a n inht oit the oappwase r It is also on the sk t
autthe 3 North Koreans. He Overjoyqd Papal m endants Norwalk are n refu thstingae o help st o th service in handling ship in the ahlarbor and dieapproaces bloeoato ,
fa sye to, i indicated the acvunshuttered the windows ofpa ted 4 Neeaa Acsbrhtons lb Ol tll
India gives writtnmen g was the s bedroom to lt the y The committee ow keeps closing of the Sosa f lo Stea l pd InerDit station. a
Ssthat these men are to sunshine streme nt over the a-weekend Four new aco lts have been aes n Puerato o low tino at- The osa Hill Sinal Sti has round in te coat t e l

ared a nu by India. e street as his orporatd into the water car- act moree branches o con- been in use for the past 3 years the familiar, and Soa i SI
M oettledin neutral countries paroment shortly after the there, ao'heardmem- e Pnmcasieuseofeshai-vto-shore oin- roof. dowseletebast
ab to retan food increased. CHICAGO, eb. (U) A nval whh wll b e resent r David Dbintal f he alerted. Ford of the Hillignal Station was soon become a -- lr

---Vatican, officials made no Jacksonville, Fla., veterinary to- t Fort Daas swimming pool example, he said, the number ofps note in the Paname Canaas hs Bo eL ceatl( there o
Ss attonmp to minimise the act day reported that Florida bato e Thees tomorrow at 8 p. m. and atthe corse-brassere firms insist uerto Tes eth to pn eor ti he a
S the prisoners as R d t i l to weakn They have been found carrying rabies Fort Clayton swimming pool R o creased Ir om three to fingdiprepfi to redsr a

t d voton t he cactinhued the present stage "one and that one rabid bat attacked Fridayat 7:30 p. m t a 22t a e o W f t U.bi. Asbaosadonotd ith.
weak condition, but his doctors PRAYERS FOR THE POPE Romans gathe four additional acts to lawTheys re manufacturing a fu r tbe ain e wi ab P nottrpeel
te t e de Phyclines nd medical at- report the VatJour can City to pray for the recoverynsist of wim- to bring up thise cheat- labornd's stan- The ost green port sa
S tedat stood by outside the merican Veterinary Medical ianddivind ivind g them back het of a relief alma 0- signal tati on Perio was t lated to be-
eii L actd npaIoal bedchamber around the Asnon., said the unidentifiedPiutBaIlendr un p ad TrieU. S r e fvm w ome rstdentilaenco Island andhower's i.
t any setback n the slow by a Florda yeow bat at a ana cu Dubsky speciaid. zone made t Road now operateda by theUl S. Nai A
t ON Feb. 9 -(UP) o mark the last few rnh n Hll h ana lu a ire $ in Balboa Magistrates rtoR
Ar Force i es determined t iea t c o the ltd s oat erod b arrival oo a aspid tCst Puerto Ric ta o o sed of ieit f i rso in jobs elsewhere i or Jua sta WAeINO- teleph N Feb. 9 (UP) cat toe
en edaan d uresettlementFor awhle thePope had bhePoen oi d worer dnonrich ry m mithte foavr 3t aend effet et t ad by the3 e da- TApie i creas ue a Tof tri ando f ree'a

It h heavaulable port .ipvoeent, which began last parent saw the rabid bat slay- ohe A ecToery ote and an hour for the same tyte of omnan r s .nm Benson said todafd he rio s baeador to Italy, reports have
to t t w had to be maintained t t youngster, rushed ue emer as wel work an an Hisel David Pato it was an during recent years as dipoe eared t Europen nd
SRed orure and trou the first day of this ou the house and bet th mm makeup. wilonl our.e of the othldi er who damaged a co ves ment' vast surplus Amehegailyan pr ay ha I
n t. adroa t medicate* eailir that Wal ls I" d sei.
o germ r week a crl were to be avert- fly rodent to death swimming pools stations will be nvolvedsocks b the bytime tnded to res for reasons o
s of more d than 50 rmer td The b received anti-rabes ower Meaay said that the outh a vehle at Diablo Cl, was new u leave or e State
red a T me doctors were reported in i s and did not dew Norwag strikertoare seeking to at- The S fine Signal Station has rounded in 'e eotat t yhe .f
ability to retain food increased. CHICAGO, Peb. 0 (UP) A nival which will be presented tinlOtal firma, he asserted. For Station w$ soon become a

ed" plus those accuse of anxious for the Pope to resume velh the disease ~ porat--d seuri-y which the c company w bl year in the condition that he re f n ai pia sup rt a igura Sis taptr depatmentalnoat or
om s to atictnofficials made no avkonvlle. Fla., veterinary to- tt Fort Davis swimming potol example, he said, the number ofe inadual pay dam to s Patck the Panama Cana a oth mo
a favors -are und attempt to minimize the facshft day reported that Forda bats tomorrow at8 p m. and a the o firms in Puerto ind $20 to sports butter at p e nvent whih te
Sfeman bod of ge art hsll wor eak They have been found carrying rabies Fort Clayton swimming poolRico ncre at teed rom three to ohe fa pat prie ath the atten not the p
called the present stage "one and that one cterabid bat attacked Friday, at 7:30 L ha nothing against dent. but Besn can cut t a I epect the report wll
Sb or the onsete" of his a young boy. ded wthn tw re-e a that wants to relocate n Trespassng n co w as 75 er cent. Besaid sntu ar with oo-
board wa Dr. yersames d Satterday,dditio n a The four additional acN. Y., Feb. 9 the h company wants t menCruz M, 32 nd be lower. reent ppot ourea
Sgot worldand medical at- report in the Journal of the A- the aqueshow co first of swimart- workers to help keep the firm or Miguel Antoo Ar ., pe i 7 ents a po .
ris PhysicI tendant. stood by outside the merican Veterinary Medical- to nddivingb f east r the Po lan is bein moved pice Arthur Thomas econ ha been made yet on a te
papal bedchambe around the Assn., said the tnidentile or by Bailey and liwfopiece. The straw hat division a Panamanian, was fi .or urplu dipoal plan. But
clock. taking all precautions a- seven-year-old bo was attacked bort manager of The El country," Dubinsky said. zone o Roosevelt Road i ettedaB
S r~bTON, Feb. 9 -(UP) rory marking the last few ran nt. a The flama destroyed wo fire tratidy producing in Tenne- lo te$ing under a building M o Pa- g m he hopes much oLs the ,. .e s.
Air Force Is determined to vgeHillsborough Counyact performed by Earl Wooley He said that Puerto Rican gar- Court rtoeiitly for Juan Baosta WASHINGTON Feb, 9 (UP) '"Nv rt since my a'-
S t est medical and Tarer, 68, brought his Muchnd tiny tot" act in ddtonl which mstudynt workers average 35 cents Zomora R., ia. 23-year-old .ana Agriculture Secr etaEry a T. r Jval a mOa :,ear as A-

St 5.n la own bed -a 10-foot one- trom malna .to be done to determine quecy rafo equipment, the de. *utter can be chanonepe Into do-r to y re s
niebet led oure a nd ei e Ture, Arkc,h d to enter a hospital thT incidence and distribution of pa en um ahe A nd bugle corps r means tic markets i an effort t
S avdeter aedforre ard in: ta hnid hbe m contained in Sc there y report said. At C ore thZemer as well as work an UnAmericans onpad. of th plan known W O atrick28,P)A-
hadssoldierwhoodamMeagewdil ptanetob disp aeeare'ed n tase op a

un erd wR ed tor e t u ll Ueand u t h roi h th e fir st d arnyof trh fsr m z t ebho seaa dbe t an d afro
fore ha mer a flyn rodent to death the swimmingpool's traffic sign slightly whpking butter stocks by the time tended tO rei for reasons
li Korea -meq hedTheodocotanprrr e sporteprt In. ora w takelemegne b

wly take account, bow-11 b y UJ aIti-r b les Joweram several. yeart agoe He sai aaeonal dhfirman Williat e
rs the "reponsibities of ctors were reported in uatons and did not de- Norw strikersareseeking t $5 fine suspd one .e de" na board
gsthonmen com w ar." WASHINGTON. Feb. 9 (UPme ve then, has a fortune. security which the cm pany wR yearoon the ondition tht he rpre -tartae, pr' ee ordeS entae0u or

S wil Mas nd Aristotle Socrates O.- p ossibly as much as 400 milo attorneys; Robert L. Berensont because of its gradual pa, the fst of whtrick announce. The m t s uatemalan
n acorarde n tmhis activity of the ramed Mote At Id he left Gr, an examination o living aParis; Nicholas Co n wecl be weeknew o rd p a e had do.artkry
--ordoft .remoWinchester,Tenn. waad $ fil ure tow supports butter at s o a ,Jnvent, which then
Sar asino k to others, bee nted less grant for Argentina and ki Charles Augnethaler ad tht proo of the e hm of
ae by a federal Overwork was gmde his firsjected into Harotwd Becke AFL has nothing against dent. but Beson can cut this to. I vaon training reponters andwill
May6 immediately ta for the re-House that wants Trespassing in commits a r se s g l ao per cent. Bwn hAs e5ncuputB appear with eno-
No seto e r-I dor e dyinthein tv wtablshed in the market. while 8. Both are Pau ia. He told a ews conference r .
., ndw"d-MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb. 9 (UP e15fb.ts" The flmes destroyed two fire is ady producing n n- lrinso derindiet'sal mllnevBution e",

terrible in sn f Turldl, Ark., tn enter a hospital Xth incidence and distribution of pamant's um and-bugle corps ..-ei a

t r-ieu with a "get.riflch-quic" sur- baco1 importer by the time he and George C ns, who is be- and dlrue-produeln Ipilant b- a Uratio e.hbor
rS stem plus tanker deal. was 25. lived to hr abroaL set out on an en mental bi Th ta am o
In all, nine persons and six cor- Last year he bought the Monte The 0gorWtions named were uls on some of t mare than emen p for
etracut for the rehabr* portions were indicted last Oct. Carlo casino simply because he the United Petroleum Carriers, million acres diverted frfmsa- a ed asault, on, Guat laa
of tte tf e reai rpba 13 on charges of conspiring to sub- wanted to move his offices there Inc Vitoary- Carriers Inc.; Cet- Jor crops this year. were prt t the large h-
'.-of tbhe water diribu-t it false statements to overn- from Paris and the Monte Carlo trail Am ea Steamsp Agency. 2. The droughtt atsill bower-Dull.. ran for the
m at QuarrdH36 t M ent agencies in the purchase of directors would not rent him the Inc.: S Industrial Maritim rdous" in som ajeas and coud s.ppre-- n of grow g rl ce
has 4e.am a wrd to Spls World War II ships. sporting club. Financieriknaa; Socieda "cut very mioh to- our -ur W A -5u to
t. .t. A t dietment was kept sealed Onassis said he returned volun- Maritimsa Maflores, and Trais lus holdings." South Astrican t It
AB -A tbr ta until the surrender yesterday of tarily from Europe to face the Atlantica FlJanciera Industrial. 3. A "great many Reublicans said Guatemala is c apltalat,
the fabulous Onassis, Greek owner charges. He said the government Panama. a"d many Sre aggrtri-yl mjja.. h art Gom az ist vat
r of the world's largest private oil appeared to claim th t transact e- port the tadjnUtraStl's farm the natJdn's present -n
t b s tanker fleet and one of the world's tios "which it previously sanc. The t stmuntw e led the 'd program i.t*O o, bUt he will ment as the prod of "a
riest men. tioed as lawful and even encour- fendant. -Se fals8ise hanese Mrot useISMoeu

'"e..t... qSr byutbe n-66 ar W& ahmaximumr ranti "
iaeolansetlgtiang sub- penalty of ve years in prison' Ud 0
a'a sum-i-e$10,00 n each count, C .- 7 lkW t
Sald a group sM, reportald on a "roving vaes-
de as orss is" I b .Iln," was named IJ sasil .-ND .- i. ." "sueMtn

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