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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00289
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Lawyers stu and court
tao t,B tn rontdidlv haek rn

tl&agwenl wa r ortet a lacera-
n over his eye- toay folow-
in an. attack _A. irate Pan-
sman~ish caui eur-9lat night
wheh- d'tate on a' bI to nation-X
lle commercial driving came
to an. Abipt end for ack Tof
u Wing a heated debate in which
osMe deputies opposed ,the idea
e limiting taxt-driving to pr-
s who spoke 8pais,h Crag-
e askbd AsMby president
Srepo to verify the quoru.
A roll cql" ordered by b CrMs
Indicated there weOe fens tat
27 Deputies (D0e-488W nd one)
present and-, th ,-Ileon w
called with "e42{ chauffefu

fel i do to nto

I Bn_ o. Ted BA 1rern Wien
two more epptiesAnterte.

No Qua0 .rter
ca. Feb.,12 IP) : a Gal-
lon, ar.esd b poloe for being
drunf 'd dlordei w86 ad
vised by a nte today to
change Wname to phnnv Pint.

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IiiMen w-fwe nprcn o0 j,,
.& -rlt of the Lattbr-Day
8a$I officiatift at the bap-
ttsBZL. '
McKay arrived in' PanamA
early yesterday afternoon from
Lima, Peru, and left this morn-
ina for Guatemala.
SLast night the Mormon leader
spoke at the Balboa. USO-JWB
before over 100 followers on the
work of Mormon missionaries L9
Central America.
SMcKay is accompanied on hU,
trip hr his wife, son and daugh:

Two Zone Eateries
To Be-Closed In
Early Afternoon
.A ihango h ithe hours of
Operation of both the Oatun
Clubhouse and tbo Pedro Mguel
Lqtnciieonette tW. become effec-
tUep Monday, Feb. 15, was an-
nounced yesterday by the Com-
munlty Serdea Bureau.
Thee. question of new hours,
mhklh will Involve the closing 01
Ihnih ointpA>. dll-J-- +hkb m_-1.

BAPTIZED ..ONS Irene Andreve Coleman and her hus-
band, Juan, following their baptism in t the Mormon faith yes-
terday at the Balboa.USO-JWB. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, of All-
gandl in the San l.as islands, are probably the first American
SIndiana to be converted to the faith.
Guess :Whose Foms
ASe O "-0OrmS

Ar.e All Mixe Up.
S.-CZ T. man, Yet
..CZ. T~xman, Yet

The body Is to be returned to
the State. for interment at
Fowler. Colbrado, Mr. Feddc'3
t birthplace.
Mr. Fedde'as olaer son. Paul, is
expected to arrive tonight from
'he States. He is employed as an
engineer with the Texas Gas
corporation In Owensboro, Ken-
Mr. Fedde cnief chemist a'
the Miraflores Laboratory and
nis family have lived in the Ca-
nal Zone since 1927 when he was
-nployed as chemist at the Ml-
raflores PFtiltralUon Plant. He
and -Mrs. Fcddp have been a.-
n.ve workers.in the First Baptist
church for manv years.
In additlox to his wife and
scn, Paul, ho Is survived bv an-
other sn, George, whq is em-
ployed &aa research engineei
with the Philco Radio Corpora-
tUon In PhL/adelphia, Pennsylva-
nla. and three grandchildren.
Both of ibe sons were rear.d
In the Canal Zone and are grad-
uates-of Balboa High School.

Pope Plus Said
To Be Improving
'Day By Day'
. VATICAN CWIT, Feb. 12 -
(UP) Thi Vatican announc-
ed today that the condition
of Pope Plus XII is improving
"day by da) ."
The Vatlean press office
eommunique at mid-day said:
"The Holy Fatber is improv-
ing, thanks to God, day-by-
"He spent a restftu night.
HIq nourkhment is in reasin;
proffsselVely. hbe P o n t iff
leaves.bb bed durin, the day
lor.a longer period each time.

alse Picture

on Is born every minute Is that
evry"Item in the collection was
bought, as the genuine article.
That's how the police acquired
the coleftUon.
._one t: the biggest suckers of
all wnas the late Nasi ctetaIn
ennMann Goering. who plunked
O l00i0 francs (then
et I1.Mo$ J for a- Cemanne
lt the mater of Provence nev-
ea painted.
Pery Prawnleco Goya's free-
shrlsa ig brm -strokes have al-
so tempted feras one of them
got h's pWrio eortumes all wong
* -.t at didr,'t prevent the
mathaR's sale to a too-ardent


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Tb Make Plans

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at- shrp k er a petition
Sd of 11 e=e= %en lr back Watee
Is sM, tartgd t nFg the Reefes J
et. affairs. "
Bic Ramirez said this morning
the that all of the suits in which
far his firm acted as proctor for the
e- UIbellants have either been set-
tied ow- wlthdrwn.
S Bed the suit ;or some $177,-
500 for which.Provawdora was
Is awarded a judgement late last
gt _month, tip caW included the
or folowing.
Four suts fqr wages, a suit
n entered b shlpg agent Pliter
fee H. a Elakh aWL several notes
and some B2,a09, and a 4ult by DAVID 0. McKAY, president of
of Charles ., Mile.r, against the nal 55gpe members of his congr
o- Ouit Intbrnatonal Company the rostrum are: Gordon M. R(
p- (previous owner f the Reefer) Mrs. Romav. Army chaplain, Maj
mar for some $9,000 expended for Wltln and Mrs. Witkin,
k's supplies. I
VJok and Miller were on hand
thl morning for the settlements.
, RapMirez said today that all it P
he expenae. due to the anaa ,,,Mn m P id
ga Capnal Company,'the Marsha's |
office and the court had been a
of paid or protidel for. These a-
xi "Al ted St $y 9 C 1 -l
art '-4&^ ^ )d^ and lo Ka
f l.. e the s u pW0
sibillcot .
s.L a s'Proveedo- A San Blaa Indian couple be-
ht 'te vessel ame the first Inatans to be -bap-
Sfor ), Iat cluction on 1sed tL the Mormon faith yes-
sale tarday at a cureir.ony hold at the
e '-W sa e Ma 01.

Late this moping a represen-
tative of the Noweglan owners
of the motorship Lisholt and an
aaent for bntlt-.s," the Norwe-
gian underwriters who insured
the vessel, were un their, way to
the Isthmus to survey the dan,-
ares and make future plans frr
the vessel.
Both men arrived In Panamat
parly today. The. owner's agent,
whose surname IsSorensen, flew
trom Norway.
Underwriters who Insured the
crgo are also looking into the
i tuatlon. '
The ship's officers and part
of her erew are back .on the
vessel. Some of the crewmen
remain atthe Corosal QCarap-
tine Statlte.
The Lashot w3s towed through
the Canal yesterday.
Canal pvrsnel are trying to
set the engi toont of the ve,-
seo! sufficiai cleared of debria
to determine ow badly her mu-
tors and oth! eqIui nt suf-
(ered in last a'rdv's blaze
.that gutted he amidshlps.
-Meanwhilc. four of the victims
the subsequent blst aboard
ftEsholt temaet on;the'cril-
ft 4tat at gaxlupnital.
Those in isoor condition are
fames Mrnainel, fire mIanI
allermo O. Melo, and Paul
rris. Wb.16 the condition of
rtgo v iUnctr p sttl eOrUtle,

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WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 (UP)-The qanmim
is considering additional steps short of d"Uct.t
tion to bolster the French fight against the Co. m J
in Indochina, informed sources revealed/today, .'
They said two proposals being studied aed.
creased emphasis on the delivery of planef i
France and the dispatch of a top-level military i
to take a hand in planning French strategy.
Another possible move believed to be undei cil
eration is a naval blockade to try to stem some ai
flow of weapons and equipment from Communist Ct
to the Vietminh rebels.

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f. the ch of Jesm terif Latter-liv Satuts, addresse'Ca-
egation1at the B alb8a -8 B last night. Guests seated on
omay, resident of the .entral American Mission of the church,
RJ. Roht Hernd on, Mrs. OIerddn, JWSjdrector Rabbi Nathan

America's chief military plan-I
ners feel the West abso utelyI
cannot afford to let Indochina
fall, it was reliably reported, and
that. the u;id Statqs can take
v I :A'*' short of War
Ato. happening.
'fhsen offlc 'confirmed
that" Suth Korean President
Syngman Rhea has 'suggested
that he might send one c0 his
American-trained divisions' to
hel t t beleaguered ,Mench

an opin ftMviation to m-
munifts to resume the war in
Gen. John E. Hull, command-
er of U.S. Far Eastern forces.
said after a White, House call
yesterday that there would be
"certain advantages' in the idea
and that it' would "not neces-
sary" bring new fighting in
The key man is Adm. Arthur
W. Radfo d, chairman of the
joint chiefs of staff and an old
Pacific hand.
There- have been reports
that Radf6rd now favors out-
right U.S. Intervention in In-
dochins. But a source close to
the admiral said emphatically
that be has never and does
not now favor sending Ameri-
can conibat forces of any serv-
ice Into the war.
Radford has been associated,
however, with a group of mlli-
tary men who have urged a na-
val blockade of Red China. There
are indications he still thinks
this Is a good Idea. It definite-
ly has not been ruled out, at
least by Pentagon planners.
In Paris, a foreign office
spokesman said today that the
government will reject any of-
er by South Korea to send
troops to.Indochina. But no of- ,
fer has beon received yet, the
spokesman said.
France will have to reject Ony
similar offers of troops, the
spokesman s aaid. because it
might offer Communist China an
excuse to eater the war active-
ly'Meanwhile in Indochina, Red
regukrs slowed their advance on
Luang Prabang today butstrauck
sharp blown on'twA.rtti fronts.
To th north. ttav Commu-
nist fire halted a surprAse Frenci
sortie striking out from the
Phu. t,
To the east Communist at-
tackers broke a green battalion
of the infen Vietnam army In
the Red River delta.
The two checks came as Viet-
minh reqlars Lennorarlly slvow-
ed their steady advance on Lu-
ang Prabang, home of the king
of Laos.
Scattered" eurrilIaau, Ow-
ever, continued therf.pMDdi
efforts alminst the ity'ls alert-
ed defenses, feelliO the way
fr the mAin units still aphar-
entiv some 25 m les back in
the hills.
Franco-Laotin patrols lost
contact with the 309th IW divi-
sion s4utn after signalling their
advane- vestbrday. _, N
The rfntc sortie dre. ou.t
late 1_0.dav from theIsola'te

nam battMllSN on a n 9e4.t-
sance-f Ifirgt rn into a XO_
Vietm FUR *^ tAnce" on f few
miles, ap. -
A viofm U- e .d
allar t isE-' di ts f

fighters and a French ai
barrage intervened. The e
returned to Dien Blen PU
der cover of darkness.
Amerlean aviation t
clans are helping keep
flying against the CsU
nists, the French agt
today. /
The newl--ard m AM

-Wa "/*burned PB1B have.' alwea
considered jmprovpemt and
'' : may soon be discharged.
Memorial ,services for blast
victim Watsr C Fedde, who
difed Wednqpday will be held at
:2 7 .m. Sunday at the First Ba*u-
S t!st Church of Balboa Heights.
SIt has been requested that .o
f,: lowers be-gent'


w -.muncas arue in u n P
ger. They are guarded by
stant Jeet and tank i
barbed wire, concrete bloc]
ea nd savage wardogas ,
King Sisavang Vong, A
of life" for the "Land
Elephants" was said to
voiced beliefs the rebelir
not try to seize LUang Pr
But already bendle-lad
ugees were clogging the
lined with pagodas. .
services fed newcomers -
them on to encampmenth..
er south. "
TO the north of ,L (-
hang, the sky was haiw t -,
smoke of villages burned b,
French In their scor -eb11
withdrawal to the fortlea
of the threatened city.
Fighter-bombers atd i
bombers ranged low t
haze to lay -stick$.O .
splashes of flaming jli
line and stitches of i r
bullets across the rebe
The French said the...'.1 |
used "severe losses." ';..
Franc LaLotlan ., coa
operating In the reaD .
vasion army seized itco .d
Laotian civil pse
them, and killed thr 0.
nist eartorq. -,

Local Army's'

March Of

Total At
Cohtedbutonc eto -he-B
CARIB, Pumama Area "
March of Dneem
.d #18,044.49tdate.hQ
ever mae by, thls eommai
the po.l drive, Wu with
tionst, s pouring in fund
Lian Capt. Harold N. Chw
aald. "the final total is suFli
(xceed $204.CO ...-'
The CPN nnafethoft.aif--
far collected $7 w1j
checks from memer"|
branches of the swerviem
and resdoents of Vthe *IMtf
States who tuned in" te A- _
radio snow .. .. v ^
The program received-ISS
SLUAG mI n ledge, and .lf H
to have over $10,0= efiiK
hand withir. the nfitt^ |H

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Vsing eSend"
Senators forming a subcpmit-
tee of the-Appropriations Com-
mittee were closeted with top-
ranking Canal and military of-
filcials for some three ,hburs this
Following a trip of inspection
throUgh parts of the Canal and
the Atlantic Side yesterday -the
quartet from Washington was
up bright nd early today and
oft for the Atministration Build-
ing at Balboa Heights.
. To pasars-by the Board of
Directors room seemed atmost
full., Secretaries'and aides were
on the Slert outside. "
In the parking lot outside.
drivers congregated l knots,
speculated on bow .loft4t w(Olid
be before the meeting broke up
and the Senators mqyed further
up the hill to Quarry Heights.
There a joint: honor guard
ceremony, postponed fom' yes-
terday, awaited gens, Milton R.
Young (R-N.D.), Henry C. Dpor-
shak (a-4daho), Allen ;. = -.

Jar6(Dh o c-nt T anr Trttlsiwa a during me early
Cellan (D-Ark) f part o- he afternoon, was WendeT L. L!ndsey. Internal 01 hffrmation, wherein taxpay-
Atterward whe Sonatrs wee t befoe #- w Clyi, Coun- Revenue Agent. Balboa, an- rl f .e[ rvedi m turn by the:r
to herwaruncheon the gu o fh Wa-' -"e Migue, 1 nounced today that a t supply el nWm -Those filing prepared
of Lt Gen Hoace L.McBr9e th o btofwhich .eed to the individual Inomet tax return[, return, or paying tax due with
oThiL aGtemon. tey were to ..crd .c -" ePorm 1040; has been received via onpomed rturnE. do not have.
ct orgas and ClaytonIoS Te ewhrt air, In a quftity which should to waV ,n line but go directly
[Utect Gorgas and Clayton 4o0- The new hours of operation supply the needs of the residents to th 'Cashier's desk.
t'._s ~of the Gatun Clubhoue axe as of the Cana' Zone -who have not ManlC 13 is 'he due date ot
follow: 6 a.m. to 12:30 pan. and yet filed, their V953 returns, prn- your WV tax rei rnii and also tMe
,*p 2 p.m. to 7:30 pin Monday, tided no 6nc gxpayer uses movie date Qthe 1954 estimated tax
l 1 L^1 9% I il Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-lthan two blank. ... r,1rWa together with at least
es Contmnu l Ul day; 6.am. to 12:30 P.m. and 2 The Balboa Inteal Revenue one arter payment of the tax
S" p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Stt- ol ficef states tt regrets it was on- 'u;e areon.
.Ins9 Yt The newrrday and Sundrsy. able to dumtvly'the public with Ho0ever, sloce. the Canal Zone
iriQ Ya cti The new lunch for n the Pedro the-.neeealy V Wos to file their lI eoutode the Un'ted States, re3-
SMiguel Luncheonette are: 6 am. tax returns startiat Jan. 1. Hlents have unt' June 15 to fltheip
o "" to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m, Joo 8 p.m. An ordr of 41,Qof. forms was their V19S3 return, but intere.,t
on -Monday Fjiday and fttur- shIpped Sfom Washington, D.C.. acdtSM aftpr March 15 at the
from BRington FVd (oubde of day; 6 ar.m. to1p ipiad.4p.m.ron ept. 16,153and.todate, ato e.pa of one-hall of 1% par
Aloustog, Teatls Wd froin Max- to 7 pxL. the retainder o..the efforts to locate othe shipment nrontjj on tl. unpaid balance.
well Field. r few Orlans, week. have faflea. AfeteaVune 15. penalty accrunes
Ua.) which Wt d to arrive In. ---,,-,,-- "Tberefor tIt was necessary tu at the r.te of 5 per month, wr
Mexico this inoft g. N ,hoWe %t f ars we do have anyelnri/crn thereof, up to s
Q.ftda ,$..ea Uncosfimed Navy rir i Wa. air fo our e Jacit- mtalR t of 25 in addition tn
report that ,a Cuadt vessel S O..L =.a.l solB olfiedn4ayc stated. the Jtterest. Lindsey announced
.fewas no c nt on,. .. a.r".a.of.0 Gana ZoueT ,P. .' A _
*hub -to cil aHth Prh in""V Y-.0 6 TG rfc taked we jtit through D^- i.-
1-;The' Dtri. Was carrytag a "^ -- *rr ^ ftrom- -60e distrbuW o r linfing A R
11 .-w am crew, headed by own- TWOt In the UngedP. eSt at hes. T re d -
za.W. Craw. for d, o Of s T WOP -t~r ipt----- of VOW erms can b e Vkl y v ryfew .: ."
r~wymurg *la. "teer i*w b== 'ar *iUsi ,j people In te chml Zone. 11 v % -d
The dis, craft reported by St eawks ow': e r eire *1 W.la Crtobal w .ift i lj, Feb; 12 (UP) Paris
t shei w.ed tcrang water .b y nTcrma, t Bat/.tnS H d be "from.m&.. tk4 .m. Monday ays,? tomrow what they
.eavy seas&1. 1ad been mis. x .'. I: rom 3 00, Post Oftl,-e cOAlMM'L e = est gallery of
Ig ee M andy, after seadng bi r g aWd revenue agent Jack m ee assembled a
--eo ...... The men, t., John, r and Ey w ,lat,4a td show of treasuresI
PB on ad the diOsabled rar Robert Jed.^ resdei durtn] .tkrt worth a plugged
4mr i about 240 111. Balboa tho c*& Ir by Da I
paapl. n( o a inaft I? Balbo, h from a3 y of paintings by Da
r' a vgtean to U 1t o 6. -p.m. Midays throb ig- randt. Rubens, Oau-
S ship @d e % .e $r Gogh and Cranach
^ p In_ rh ai.m. wa BwafetIs o,,- Ptac .,Aw,,*l to ab111 sWld ing to newsmen and
t K P^ f aarrange to jj,* M tb Bal>a s got a preview tod4y.
I e "^ S ~ae.^ T- w of!I on days, oQr Utha Mon- it i ne assortment of
B. days, inas u -" sa af t^ ,Nie-t edtius, rare stap
p Pe,,,n is in a:w i7oa a r. P, a B pe e
List Uham. oa% pr: 'J. I*F N opn.
Ja l alk tS^ peruaiSi a The DRUMalbai hbwa i nu a6 tanabl is every one
Jap. L. Tbe to oectf ofv gars Syrtala wa.h And the sobering fact
w l ift arton aWIbst U : Z lstan*119 aa -agelk" of people of whomI

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5 IS PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN President Elsenhower carna
oalgned for offi-'e on an econr-
& A AI *tY imn-in-government plank, ao
IH E MAIL BOX ,tE..0oX. X.nI
uru l M U l U J A others. A year after he assumes
n C cfflce, it is fair to see how he 14
TheMel!B3m:qurn openeorum reiorroaders of The Peam Ael- d'ing on this score.
S e .Lie .ll Be q en opee foruilm ry o reandrs hdlTe Pin a w hollm Twelve months ago thete were
kIme Litte ire s aslved 2grfully sad ae anle a w2hely c,- 2,370,000 civil service workers on
i s a M s. : ..e a doest thhe federal oayroll. Today there
". '"-s seenlute a t den't d be Imunt i it det ap are some 2,170,000.
WI day. L ters eae published in the order reserved.
ese t keep the letters limited to one ps legth. In other words, the ElsenhoW -
e letter writers is held in strictest Jnseatias, er admlnistratln as reduced
sppr sumes no responsibili tey61teI"tes spnier: t ne total by sonie 200,000. Mot
h f of this reducilon- haq mnob been
.chleved through firings, but
OF... -- o- NGUAOE implv through not filling job
B A S C A D "vacancies at. they occur. The
S OF BREAD, SLACKS AND LADIES' LANGUAGE normal turver of government
C Cuudu, c z. r:ersonnel assumes that th se
Curundu. C. Z. (.penlngs will be developing
S(Bachelor Quarters) steadily,
Predictions are that Mr.
'What Is beckoning the Canal Zone? Eisenhower wil He able to
'Goao help us. because Eisenhower won't. .eliminate possible another 40,-
Th papers say "Curundu Commissary to Close. What arc 000 In the prc-nt .\ear, but
at of the oeoole that have no cars and have small children to prospects for further substan-
F9 Run.all the way to Balboa to get mlix, Otrad? With at the tial cuts beyond that are not
tours the chiva makes it takes 40 minutes ftom Curundu to considered bright.
Sboa. c e-
ea. : These economies in personnel.
We pay taxes; we can't vote. What do we get? Free fungus notnting to somllhing more
ears or toes or hands, prickly heat rash, sinus trouble, lum- eight per cEan, must be a.-
Rgo. loss o color and what not. :pLed as an ea i ne,~ efort by
.. :e President to fulfill h ..
* What will become of this teen-age lazy generation of good- i.edge.
r-nothings? I see the bufch of gir with n slacks. sponging of
ir elderly fathers so they can be gallivantiig in clubhouses eHo impressive you regard i
ld movies daily. Lum ask them to heLp their mother to cook or .epcnds partly, of cow se, on hou
even make a bed. and you can hear their voices blocks away. much vot y Ihave expected
it the amnluiist.-ation.
Secrelary of Defense Wilson
And the boys are the same way clubhouse cowboys. It will Secsltaiy of De ense W lorm
e them good to send them backi to the good U.8 and make men 'mhs said sitt If the Eltenhowcr
Women out of then again like our mothers were and our sis- '.n s, c ou1 slsh "operating t.
rs, ladies in every respect I still take my hat oft when I meet ext umes' by 1 hper vent tho
lad.y.a be a achIevement oi
Slady e.
They have no time for anything at home, but you can find trall, opera ating expen;
.t at baseball ames, or a Balboa show, andI lately at Far Fan .r al n perfect andefotals do n-
An cipht per cent personnel te-
S:uctlon is no; necessarily' -
S Instead of collecting for swimming pools they should collect cIar, per cent operating cut. Bu
a club of decency to teach tnose girls how to tnread a needle, e paring o so ar move AN ABOUT TOWN
S wash dishes, to cook or tlev will be a sorry bunch of girls, alter a raton well to Flor Trujos father (Top Man
honeymoon is over. They w.il learn tnat mother was right. a epresc'd goal. in the Dominican Republic) won't
It really is getting disgusting to hear irl-s 14 to 17 years old horne cli;zen, and some pol-give her a passport to leave her
Such language tat it is repulsive even in men. ticians have m ed own country. Fears she will t
n Wake up, oniansi it is iater tnan you tint. that reductions In the order t "involved" again in sinful N. .
300,000 persons were not only. . Luba Mlina Is in a nearby re-
_______ An Old Man possible hut practicaL Th treat. Victim Of a nervous break-
hard facts ot modern day do, n. The' result-of.the re
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Answer to Previous Pulule this rosy vision of ae in Engraving Bureau: Uncle Samson You'll love e qne
Winter Fun IM Iiv Tn Of the citizen tax dollan- have the Fort Knox gold count- Fitzgerald's astelt in
..' A ;y 22 cents goesfor the ordn- ed next month . Luciel Rich- "Melancholy Me"
C 5 Essent-v e penses ot government yards, who played "Pearl" on in "Death of an Ad
CROSS Broaentidway inTobacco whodunit) seule
C being 'he regular departments like so riter spouse show apya Is
e,..H.,, 57 Stitch 'Agriculture, Commerce, Tresu- eon haepwriter a e d.SheS epsvy molr, l naut
...-- '-which are generally unrelat- aveart. S C a we on au
.Year" DOWN g 'a to the b r tnni d,, m nt, llifedayt, etody Of two.. i Htty (utton (at
Y f o Bird's hoWNe e'torth erc antat-onal defend, tpts and will weall in Mexico City coufe') has broken pv
(2U S d ot 1 f IBird's home effort, the payniept for. I.1 ?-v pDy sJy h t o
r1 ridit 2G t Lfte I ara * .. .., Dick D Hay ..-. ger Jay ia the history of Mil
S r 3 e R r Pa Am h hup Hy ads Det cl aof Bos-rnigjt club bussup -.
"nie te 4 0 e'nhe ' l g e.11 'when 3rd di re is i q t a w
| nrbtba O r 1.be d s Wlot i Ebed -Lut th 1E!. stoc o a
Ss chatr 7 Where bears 25E hatde(et there obvily .a poLt Eli :Wh rvedat day (we had %esW
noral wrong spend winter 26 Fable writer* 42 Rome to beyond which it cannot ag with- their home supplied lumba Sunday night) didn't te
iing back to 8 Mothers 27 Irishmen Italians ut serious impairment seerv- University, someone neglected to friends--so at 'Ahey
life 9 Jewel 2S Soon 43 Moslem priest aces viewed, by citizens them- put food in the Icebox . They made a fast buck...
SThose who 10 Be overly fond2 0Venture 44 Passport selves as e -entlal to their we!- were starved . Mamie phoned gla sour bay politico h
sread to dy Paradise .e LJupgle beasts endorsement re, the nearest delicatessen for food horns with the sector'
Sore '17 Tropical !igardo Pokes fun 46 Man's name of .curse. to cut heavily and said: "I'm afraid we will have guy. lhsideIs claim it w
0Grek 19 Bleak 38 Revolving 47 Number78cent of the tax do to owe you the money" .. A erted neat time
23 Stop parts. 4 Enlared ich goes for defense and who called at the house wda Giv Gala W
h 24 Kind of bean 40 Nuisances 50 Follower, er cost would be to endan. ~ marked: "That's a Marilyn Mos . .
or sooner or latrcur, the nation p Ycar you have outside" d.rnAwari
S_ w I-r i ri . enr e wealth f We reeitly ,kidded
B government is something the S wers" . He revealed mag for saying te capit
iE r I i i i nii tnaroakels many America-is that th _l bought it with some mon- e was IsaAbul after
rt disease aI ppy, rfo It stands In their ey hEs. ad saved) plus sell. trx- contestant said it
e of chair 1e | fl l unneCessary .regula. Ing a few shares of stock he bought stantinople. We said it
lon' Aiel t l expense, bureau- while in the Philippines ... "We rea .. Downabat rebutt
,o" heI i e bought this car because we were mnis, t- t, ei on th
preventingssnt dedicatedto shaped to let New Yorkers see yI'orecW from. An
netting Rovernment frotn out ttry 41 one." ca o y In Asia
Galaegettinany ,bigger. and to mak- '- the other way isa,
Ian. lte smaller where h a The Frank Blairs of NBC will bes capIl of Turkey in Eui
So. Buthe i nde no ll 10 ia the Summer. He's the com- w nn, you're w
e part th at can ed no ilui n mentator on the Garroway show Ankara's been the Turk
frioyfmhat it cs a an be made really pmall . John Donnelly of Boston soon sime Oet. 13th 1923 .
llli311er 5- a ashore than you cou!d mer es with Georgia O'Neil . yon W specs, man a
S1926B Cadllaw in 1 to peddle i Sauter-Finegan crew is playing up .n the 1954 World A
left out5 C l a tme a3id. ''The Winchell Doo- page 375 or the Encyc,
Id'_n -- dlK.la case it's hot news you pre- Itlo. Or if you can't
s -i ri A re .- St. Cyr bumps a Just call.up the Turkish
i r I Cllharles a-l y at the Newark Min- CIroe 7-5309 .. Now
VgaI' t ve is stuffed with a I gott catch a plane
Walrr te: r F L F1' "' AJ IJIlcf ilI. M 3,i~ ond.-(I thawt 1 de- --
Sr 0 -- ain opl t in it, though) . Huntington Hartford's
Cby. r,_t wives (who used wood Playhouse (for we
i b r ,hmiA to amy Roosevelt here gpit shoWs) will be the fl
V IIE t .-l L wh single) are jittery a the U. S. with a lik
S,. Tbot (of "Fifth Sea- ... A new wave of firin
N -' ... YORK. Feb. 12 (UP) ..- A iBls a large rock from Don alnes (and hirings) ha
S.'74-count Indictment chargin GordO abo plays Ma g"o in on 3 of the leading mag;
contempt of congress against "StOcklde Selene alters' Fath wen the fight from
Sgilll l I ambler Frank Erickson was dis- first in to0n was with John a fashion show for C
W ILL Aa iN ro l n federal court today y" . Sloan "The Thrill of Your Li
W L N when government attorneys sa be carrying any' L. delochemnent will p
,. It would be Impossble to con- T i I lugs a leather The yarns you may
S. '1 illvict him. handbag wlff"Sloan D" emboss- about a forthcoming
in O The Indictment stemmed from ed In g ld o qL Hammensrstein song pr
S. wErickson's testimony before I -- 'NBC is someone's ide
'' Benate Crime Investitatin Over a year ago a Crestline. network's) and is an as
-. "C" committee, when the kingpin -
-Ln Cl Tbler took refuge In the Fifth -
.m N _1I J and refused to an -
OMPHROY'S swer questions.
In asking Judge John F rx
%. &'.sto Aroemena Aveue, corner 26th Street Mcohey to dismiss the indict-
i Aa c" S t meant, U. 8. Attorney J. Edward
Lumbard said a coa of appeals
last Jun*e cqultt racketeer
Joe Adonis of contempt charges a
and that prosecution in other
" contOmpt caes had been unsuc-
Erickson now IS serving a Lix- 0
"nnth tjail term for tax cuelon :
OAon institutiN

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as1 lIe aP -- -i e g of'd u e n I 'G,
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[Y--lHI went to prise reeaminmel noIn- 190. A copy
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New York fom.theW Hol tions arma
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eat rec=lmm=5dgit no in-ih A opy

Spoi n h..i sq.biter ga .te ai aonegd out
Triumphantly, Mitchell-marched their jbs at te unei of eo,
into a private etin e of wage and in mfer Avisers. Now he-is secretly
hot*I r /cta eamo0ee$n a oA1119 1blcki na these from ay edhah pv.
That, in a fw min1t the Perel- ernment job.
dent wpuld 3E.fO a Nlum(90
wage boost. went9A to AVERIEI A NRE
S say that the Preldent~ s mn- Eager-beaver Se. felerman Wel.
at, it followed, would t more ker is more worried than his Idaho
SI ney into the.handt te oCP- soelleague, Sean. enary Dworuai
PPusumers a$, f on over reports tit Averell Bar*
boost a .au ~m erstwhile Democrtie. res.
Mt p denti l candidate, run forI
,e u e _ a I whamt he Dtlo .W l nraol ] ^'iorsha-k's $a te 't
Spen. t It's aut "that oay Is lost be-
ployens repo. t. a d ho'L two Roaubllcaq sea-
l I after he leia1.1,So.+ o act, It'Ls*ao e e
Sfor iq c the "jr Cahteo4 a wod t
Nbe elaPPY to get rd of n wor na
Entire Is- ditance from fact . The star he iO i that actor" cr Idaho. or
w reporting of a Niusical click can't sleep with- t.m prtAe btasks aHo Seder .elkeraho sp wr
They getting so that one doesn't hel... minimum wage andextend its co Demo ts ea ,Daier
sa rappin' A comic got bounced from a Mon- erage. n tkw*ti lostroe b ng enough
whoet? treal night club for using a four- P. 0. Vs. CAR ON tito r ll sover Wiler, er adee
gon broke letter word in his alleged act .. Assistant President Sera? unr elen'B .
ages Soun- The aRussell Nypea are Wing, .. Adamsl took P psaso tert u rao phltalpws a tl lover
tIt' s a boy for the Jack Ballettis of Sumerfield asd at a recent rmtion between Wlr k r dd.kl0r
Int'l News Photos . Add swell Whiterouse dinner and dektd him homa's Dem rati Senator Mike.
.o. Ella platters: The McGuide Sisters' (Co- to pah up feud ad with Sn. lA roln y, wA rtr -b
Spo m e al of "Pine TreePith ne Over Mple."F C o e t a 'a In o A _l

61pem Boy-tdight." Fsedi at -te t in wic; %i aura oraer! Fams fftcve.'
kecorpse This- ,bicak o # -es anli udinr.
s" (the r Within e a week' tme Lauiss Kr- Ppastmas iRtI ho waP TU wey, Wlker d
th book qeiberger, line's draTma critic higher ta It. the" S n- made .o
IChaWnwll ak Ios'D mies
ion t af and Leslie Stevens; a copean ate Poral bckn ,

r. Sorrrees the Natipnal Affairs sece n, wd noat them ra wWsh a-_
the Bed4- l ays prodqoed in New York U. .. olice that i W t"t DrIt
reted' ronenbergers IsMademolielle Co- f elitseeiae e uail ihower A.gl- ed h put b(

ich tim (ombe adaptation from Jean mo station. r G N E .sWelker,
. Teroo'- Anouilh) rece ved only one fteavo r- siat .pronpt.ed eice dan y a at ed eLye was i in i n r e howev ra
Thae Rena oaisedbybo start im a thei of- ca te@. pr on. t 11t [l "cv5 b le
Ron thdeair & bune S n a se . t ay .t a I stnaster ra tlW it M lI "'
any at his is the son of Admiral Steveni who inae ielts ice of t Ua o flt w t a "red faces around'

S me.- sne'sr tor w..ty i
would have was military attache at the U. S. sents forire class 9:vs the aWhita 6 but overzealous.
SHarlem's E'mbassy In Russia for several cents for airmail. however, a- Preu At. Dehave put the bee
has locked years. tor Carlson has ret d li-a on severe officials to takes
Stoug aot s crease-at least UD it is gi* the ft id make poltica
ill get nm From an AP loet:s hvelyn moreastudy.t eateas Pree iddate isenhower.o
S"Tokyo Turner, National lines hostess mPrestideyt blanwer U caught ae Whi l mte overlooked.
welcome to depies that she will wed Ted Wd- in the middle since Sh men a however, is Cat the Hatch Act.
ust. been good friends for aln field, of course, ip Is po ma odals. --
S time,' she said. Walter Wiel on postal matters. But Cp lon Wa'er

SDowbetsaid last night Miss Turner would Ike s right-hand l man og bolt. -
al at Turk-arry the Boston Red Sox out- the Presidential G ne Paad togal. political pas upder
a Groucho alder" .. But he didn't. 4g esaidA still kno ash h f ita r atc Act Dep this. t
Swas Con- she MAY.s Meanwl Sui w s o hso e Wa t House Ae a e ti tsh
wa Anka- The Newt Fulbrights of the trib determined tobalance thePst Of- loaded With t a su-aup
als: "Well, expect their first image in Au t fice budget that hq s parsonly the debt's a Iar
* direction .. Why hasn't some alert phoned key R ian Cor- to t m ITnl, includ-T
ikara is the contacted Mrs. Emanuel oc, men, threatening to Slok new Post g d a nof u ltll careerl
i. But com- who divorced the atomic-sples law- a es for rad.
nbul is the yer? sic out 'why M she divorced a Arlson The White Hy wous nbettled thl
rope. im in Rteno reel ntly... he Theed howe y that that they woWdse ecald to
ong again. 1igh CommEand e has arra "ei soed a k srn mbyw foro peldtcl
ish capital propaganda campai (in the Fall Cone=Mta vored au the apeech a
Just put elections) to "depoy" Senatorg Ipersbess no" t makes followed
d look it McCarthy and Senator inchebll.. eii. ay ao v
almanac on Ever since Guy Madison met pol' n a zlEsjledgg eiP'd pN was R i.full:
Brit. '53 ed- ores Dorn he doesn't knoW What more i ag ee Cbhoweu- boireri
read, son, dorned on him ... June hvir's Sumnmer=o l an A.e tanMba ro
IConsulate sister Evelyn and Jack Dasso a that the a ofse the sa was cof r centr crer Is who
go away. dassoright! . Evelyn Marsh to" qin C as, 1apreC barred by laW from polioialt
formerly of the legP stag* a1d pens oV eUflforwupeehm gH e
steellonaire J. W. Hendricks 41ed government spend N N"OTEaB he teRomehas
new Holly- after dining at Felix Youi# *141g- moaey to 0alo ered Ca Officers to is-
st coast le- los at Miami Beachs... .M e meSd lue anute ad a od mor
first theater producers didn't catch this lne on 'The Was gater coufereicps in a for public
ker license the cigarette-aponsored &Drpgat" has final wa' to do' backing. of the Ienhowus pro-
gs on mag- a week or so ago? A lass wa di- with he of Culp pram.
ve staffers scribed as bein "a nice i -- _
s daffy... she doesn't drunk or snok." 5C th
Dior to do (Dumb da dumb-belle!) . Jan .. -L C
Cinerama's August's soon due "Silhouette" ,- .--
ife which disc (Mercury) will make you run **
produce ... pt and buy a top bat and cane.
have see' Imassible to hear it without go-
Rodgers & ; into a jig . Jimmy Roose-
ogrean for should know what every horse-
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Ias co ired al y ItselU
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r7- 0or the -.m, those adds are good o
w .a a p l nnre a yod can see what-odds t
tE 8 ui cqn t ha r book offering you.
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NEW YORK (U.P.--A new low.
slung camp trailer looks as stream-
I lined ar the most modern car when
it's on the road.
When you're ready to use the
trailer, you hop out of the car, turn
a crank and, presto, hic four-.fool-
high trailer -xpands to a height of
six feet, three inches. Metal braces
support the roof.
The trailer comes equipped with
a two-burner stove, refrigerator,
fuel unit, water tank and cup-
boards. It contains two fixed
bunks, with a third bunk provided
in a special "drawer" which is
pulled out of the back end. *
The sleek unit has a deait-proof
body made on fibrous glass and a
polyester resin c-lled "Vigrin."
It weighs only 1,10) pounds fully
equipped. Because of its' light
weight and low riding position, the
trailer handles wel on the road. In
towing position, it is 12 feet long
and six feet, 10 inches wide. (Itille
Engineering Corp.)
A new type of fuse for both home
and industrial use can be put back
to work after it blows.
Burning a small knob on top of
the fuse does the trick A :-ingle
fuse has to blow six times before
it needs replacing. It' contains six
zinc elemenatst4 neal of one' as in
the ordinary fuse.
Another feature Is a neon indica-
tor that lights up when the fuse
stops to function. This light, which
makes fuse-finding early ip the
dark, is the signal to switch the
knob clockwise to the next posi-
Except for the knob which is
less than half an inch high jhe
fuse is of standard size. It is being
made with ratings ranging from 15
to 30 amperes. (Sightmaster Corp.)
A salesman now can travel
around town and keep in constant
touch with his o 4tke_ thanks to a
new portable radit Jhtts less than
pint-sized. '. :
.The- rece, hi,,works indoors or
out. It's smW enough to fit in the
palm otV.ihnd,,aB, when not
in use, aB-uWie easily in a
tie age of the radio is
20 miles. An asg'la which wraps
around the recelvet for pocketing
stands about six inches high. Inside
the radio are three miniature tubes
and a pair of batteries.
It's a handy contact, too, for doc-
tors, policemen and routumen who
can be reached "on the go." They
hear a call over the radio and then
telephone the office. (Lehigh Valley
Electronics Engineering & Manu-
facturing Co.)

Pasteurization Of

Beer By Radiation

Now Under Study

.r h program .if underwjay,
lo o g toward the possibility, of
asteurliung beer in cans almost
stantly by use of atomic radia-
The project is being carried on
jointly by the University of Mich-
igan and an aluminum company
(Reynolds Metals).
It-is believed that a system can
be worked out to install a ra)ia-
tion devicV on the brewery produce.
tion line which would sterilize! the
packaged beer as it passes albng,
with no delay in production, pack-
aging or shipping, and without add.
ing anything to the beer.
The company's interest In the re-
search lies n the probability that
aluminum beer cans probably
would be the most satisfactory, if
the radiation process proves suc-

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I was very pleased recently to
1 at our English cousins have
q t out a new edition of "Vital
/Wks'" by the great Boston ex-
pert, Frank Perkins. This little col-
2."--tio n of 52 instructive hands was
shd in this country about fif-
teen years ago and was promptly
snapped up by enthusiastic play-
era. Now a new generation of en-
t Ihiasts will have the chance to
wet their own copies of 'this col.
lector's item.
In today's hand, taken from
"'Vital Tricks," West leads the king
of diamonds and continues the suit
imntl South raffs the third round.
low should South then continue in
order to make his contract.
South should expect to find the
king of clubs in the West hand.
et he a finesse would merely al-
Slow West to capture the queen or
ljack of clubs with his king.
Instead of trying a club finesse,
Jouth leads a low club towards
adummny immediately. (It would be
bout equally good to cash the ace
Clubs first.) If West takes the
;lng of clubs, South has no further
trouble. Declarer can draw trumps
'dnd get to dummy with the king
iVit hearts eventually to discard los-
..t bearta on the queen and jack

West can prevent this by refus-
uf tao take the king of clubs. This
ai.ts Sbuth to two club tricks.
l'w, however, South has no club
or, Ile can make his contract if
.tg lHinit tbx ss IN'lbrtsfts td
i ck. Thi s cae be done if each
i has three heart;, but
fiD otd ely on su6Oto#

. The correct play is to concede a
heart to the enemy at once.
ruth can win any return, draw
a rounds of trumps with the king
:-ad ace, and then take the king
and ace of hearts. South is well
6a,%are of the fact that one trump
' still out, but it is quite safe to
reash the hearts if each opponent
uts three hearts.
it happens, the hearts are 4-2,
the long hearts are in the same
d as the long trump. East must
suit on the second and third
of hearts. South next ruffs
hit heart with dummy's last
and East must again fol.
it There is no further prob-

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Carnival queen conte
Doris Payne above)
favored to win by her
ers. She is expected
heavily at tonight's
votes to move up an

Everest Conque

Get Hubbard Y

From Elsenhow
Pres. Eisenhower yeste
sented Sir John Hunt an
mund Hillary, conquer
earth's highest summit,
Hubbard Medal of the
Geographic Society.
Hunt and Hillary ace
medal in behalf of the ei
ish expedition which last
two men to the top of Mt
for the first time in hist
Hunt led the expedition
and Tenzing Norkey. th
guide, made the final a
May 29.
The White House pr
marks the first time the
Medal, one of geography
distinguished prizes, ha
awarded to an expeditig
than an individual.
The Hubbard Medal. n
er Gardiner G. Hubbe
president of the society,
awarded to arctic explo
Robert E. Peary in 1t
then it has been present
14 other individuals.

The Charge

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Fisher's Widow
Leaves Estate Of
Over 6 Million
OCICAGO, Feb 12 (UP) An
inheritance tax return showed
today that Mrs. Pertha M. Fish-
er, widow of the founder of Fish -
r Body Co. left an estate est!-
mated at $6,294,240.
Mrs. Fisher, of Detroit, the
widow of Fred J. Fisher, died
In 1952.
The principal beneficiaries are
her four sisters.


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Ct. odgn, of tte
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Ave n JrverZown ot f -
ton) .ones a ise b toy
D e .unade tWe- lea iop u
all akd Mrs, J. I r,
rr ted a; dramatic sktfent,!-
t ed "Uatle Toms cablb."
.... 4 uader a o leadeI o it
SIn fib' ls. Pearl and Mrs. QV i.
e Club 15 i-roved they could run clowe
st, Miss etimpetition to treir elders, cy
I. is still resentini twc barber shop
support- quarteta salindne I WantIA Girl"
to poll end "Down By The Old MUl
count of stream."
nong the Highllhits of the meetwui
were the introduction of guest
u- eakers: C R. T'ht. Dist. com-
n nissioner of Bov Scouts. who led
0rors he g in an action stor:
Wmin. MaUory. Dist. vice chair-
jeda man of Bo, Scouts. who spoke
dI r n "Success of a Cub Pack"; ani
Sgt. A Sloane, Jr., who told a-
,out the scout o-rama to be
rer eld Feb. 20
Awards were oresehnted to the
12 (UP)- tcllowing cub scouts:
lday pre- Den 1 Bobcat pin Ricky
id Sir Ed- Selby. Den 4 Lion Badge -
rs of the Harold .Griflin* Wolf Badge--
with the Alan Steiner; one-year pin-
National John Wise, Kenuy Pearl, Chris
Pkle, Ricky Mahoney.
epted the The award of the evening bas-
utire Brit- rd on attendant- was won by
year sent Den 4.


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rlaayi evel8 .mn the eiIasio n fh birth a v th l a srt ess i cop-.
by the IpC0a .elto. Valentide 's Da motA. bemri f sp
ti C pama. Guest At Hotel Panamante Mrs. G. H. Braidom presided at=9. s 2 taorbl
tr s At o tel ,ots the punchers. Aowlanal. He alo potehlen o the we a the unl tnde. rema
Clbi < of the Amoe, anar Tose aad Mr-. G. G. Felps. fcency and eagerness of the Identof thr Welo t sheir Jobs. Ber-d t db-loa

GBwyMT. a.-Pan41naama M Ma* MiedTr ri.he Mel fli&pm conference A.ter leaving Ponam heellviri m tablespoons p s onos qbwe r, with
Mr e eIrrr of. anast ns maa Mr meeting of th. Al. aMontevideo, Buanama. H r an herio (s Janeiro before h return) comt t* pep ber

-Al he o5 Pama Mro afaeu aS rf BeM a Si Ph V to NeCw YorMdto.ur oftbenpeachiouIlZotein alsaey

d their wiW__ AueV aa 5 ; r.P easaer tty aJ to 10:00 pm. le n- theo1 r Syo s with e ay r.Enriquea MrsJ. C, M acnlay, Md panted bAaPaulwas ellr' aaia Mne o e'll R Co y i c an be c teaspoon poulwith veetableson
was Dean er oen h l .o s o -B. A. He tt, a hours inspecting bs omtion of the la, BlerWrt ed that inIt bd at in small nring pen.coure
we ro YS fcparm Bank; Mr.' Ca los db Is I R lo burw in s mal r ecin.
Dean and Mr. Ferris sared this Mr. H. K. Peterson of Colon and ing pro s.A. he was most lmp ed ith the way ships Were ut bh the Add niuna aind celery and saute
morning boad the S. S. Panama M. G. D. Canaildress of Balboam G, S. e A. in June. It was also announced its regular m monthly m eaness of e whe d the until tender. om
ore contiug to the United The Alld r. .e held th elng at G. on elps. flcenc and eagerness o the ersnte fto do their daho todbs. Bier- died p chopped peon
tates. were Den F n eTod- u M I flm conference. fter eavng w be n an he- andidall forth ut eat, 3 eups on n hd poqw wita-
ra.esee a GuesM included Mr.t .Montevi Agnes Afdeo,ter Bu buiedRting, Mitd the Janeiro before retungthenloe ka poon chgped onon.e-
M" Herrera Remams; Mr. a" f eP ..to New York. "n" eaenc one.-Place in "akin4
Easod Mrs Cof ra Admams Mrs. dred E. k gave a talk on "Par In 19 Taylor was candidate ake unoveredabou. Pack
iembes of ts et Mem o P a 4r. foe evening o og ve a icke n te in a modern F. aish
qd theuew,a.Crroha ofbPMamr8 a; Dr6. Liul -Oo s j D'ett vited to attend dall-afront 0:00 a. Ta l degr e F. op e n. Sh
Aad.. on t Vallarino ad family of Pan e after e a ervto ce 0:00 ente a p.m. Glr pren. with tomato sauce. To make then,
Sai Mibe of the Balboa grap. and eer Borgis. A v etine p place of milk in a te sa tce
w bDean. ; reseat wam e Mrs. B. Nia Brol day i- me wdsbused for table d nes- o fe r'T L". and.t r toesipento main course
. l; r.. F. W. Scott r's big moey-ak. The Women's Auxirli fy theF .t. l a saneconomical,,re-i_

Dean sand Mns. Ferris sailed this Mr. H. K. Peterson of Colon; and g rject of the yeae Gab Union C of the Soein.r nenimS i c r
P tes r. aigpe attenin- th eed Etleen Canl Zone Colege Chtu wi be dd, m f o PriSon hrwounds
morin oa the S. S. Panama Mr D. Cildress of Bal Boa. in tt. t w also anoued Navy Club on Saturday from M3:00 C m Sift

morning bFod te S. ..anamacudepoEdthbelint o 5:oe ps.. Those avg Poll- Ral Of C l -
or th VogMrflBma, .sai, Ihr tch at te mete heanetee Koved ras or montunas hre requested to yy U rs Fr Oil Driln
orPau Haiti where tht the members had been asked Wednesday morning at 9:30 at the POCATE Id. Feb 1 ATMOREAla., Feb. 12 afP)
they will vacation for a week be- Luncheon Fore rStar Cirle partiate in the Curundu Fair Church. (UP) Gle tonig Tayor, f th mer One cup cooked ef rots or eel.
fore continuing to the U i ted The All Star irle held theirea Ste attended a visitorhoo. S. fom Idaho,
ts,:hre De Fnmbe in angunded hi candidacy for th nut meats, 3 cps. m ed pota-
serve' a ofay n the Sttish Rite Temple, are e of t heMilk Bar o the Varety Night enate on toes, 3 tablespoons f
h lsopl in Nashville, Balboa. th day duration of the Fir. Military personnel,thr families et teas alt, teaspoon papri-
Tbmeee Guests included s. A g nes After the business. meeting, M. and the public of the Canal Zone t teaspoons on
SEast*oodMr. Cor Adams, Mr. dred E. rick gave a talk o"P. and the Republic.aamaare In 194. Taylor was candidate mbine all Ingredients. Pack
Nee Lewis and Mrs. Mary Olson. llamptary LaE' as the program invited to attend eVnterty Night, for the vice-preideiey on the themy into a reaked loaf pan. Bakea

,moa E ard t AND o ie m Hodgsonor s p f4S
A T le T- Members attendant frol Criso fothe evening.aA nt w bee Ii to aendHerimenty orot inteaeaf pBe
bwereMrs. vided by the USO-WBArmed A. WIq wasthendldate degree F.) oven. Serve hot
Mgt asRootend.9 r.wAgnese-C+soee- M losses fair the- eag were Forces Service CenterLa Boca for president. with tomato sauce. To make the
man. W Pat L revleu Vcie meel Road, on Sunday evening at 7:30 d
SMmbes of the a gra and etr Borgis. A valentine P.m place of milk in a thite sauce
AiNDit wle Mrs. ila Brown, day me was wed for table de-. Corawval Tmr recipe.
SEICE Theannual Carv fthe oSaint Peter'sP
S t n -Canal Zone College u will beebb
W., s.6'Mts,* ap ho Aycock, Elsner held at the Frt Am Army Paris Meorial onTo Hold
Srs.-' i Bl etty B Road at 7 irgn C30 p.m. Navy Club on Saturday.fi m 3:00
..el _.rutr-,rn-ma Cude, Edith Ebet in to 5:00 p.m. Those having polls olors
th Voq; Mrs. lanchi XarstJeanette Kovnel ras or montunas re rested to allyOfC
Mrst ldc d P rs.eo a aYar e aoper eeation with th evere Us oS m-J W B hemr o
Doctors say milk i te bet Boca Road, B alboa St. Peter's ar hall, L Boca ATMORE Ala, Feb 12 (UP)-
d t nourhinrman Bethl Of Balboa The P eggy Wertz, Virginia Wgral nteone t
Of For States Theresa Wright and Pauline Zon. s"tonihh dav for undergo
Aisman First Class Robert M. Rema Stepp attended, as a visitor, school. ayor n derghoun texplora-
Mrs. Grier En "irtF The Parlan Welfare Council is _.-wlere nine convicts tunneled
SMary Ba'rit Cirvle :onsorIng the rally to help raise tc freedom last week.
undschordr and that and the Republic theCom Panama is in-
"Mrs. C. L. Griqr errtained to bore anm-o t *..
n in Gamboa for members of the
SMary Bartlett Circle of the Ga.m.
r boa U Churqh at its regular
Those dingeincludMrs."A
AlMrs. K. G- J. ay.:-

e y eeoraadonsrand"Delicious opskr I. .TMiRls
LoVeLy ENTIrdlNs adDelicious ,Senior Captain Edward Hodgson
VALENTINE chocolate of the Salvation Army will be the Ls 100y. tUE corN":,It's
guest speaker at the1 0:30 a. m.
Worship Service of the Balboa wg 110 h, t.ew msq.os s-. '
you will Ibnd at Union Church on Sunday morning
"Ruri'g the absence of the Rever. *,, VPM
V Alexander H. Shaw. who is ....
presetitly nhMEl Vllis sone of the
0 t I N SCounselors of the "Pst-HI" Fel- o-
AND CaptainHogson's sermon topic

L 1 Ion the Zone are Invited to attend

(Both Acrow ir, -ncon P.O.)- To Utehauesda e
,T .#thl.ial Qa.al , ,
eveplhtat the WirzlMemorial on

ExhiSbition At JW Gallery
Currently showing, at the JWB
Gallery is an exhibition of art by
Mrs. Bryan Baughn, arranged by

drnktmihnimum of am quart VIM .... M.......... L:...

with four leaklike covers for
bld Plated. Complete at the
of ................... 5.95
nagsaziAes racks ...... 4U5

ounce of Armour Cloveroom Butter. It's ch

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- shopping -tomorroy
'Available--t you like-
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Headed for a promising future h
the baby who gets healthful Kli=
milk. Hell almost surdy grow
srqpger and taWer than his Dad
before him, with plenty of thi
* -itata1 dependable milk.

He'll havw better teeth. He'll
have better edsitace with his
body ilt up by milk vitam.s
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olnier "imi1f Airlab.

i Round tray w
candies and t
Silver and Go
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Rubber foam psllows, cIei
colored with zippers.
Special 7.95 and 9.30
* Plastic shells for shrimp

* Black metal and ceramic
ashtrays Special ..............
* Thermos bottles One gallon
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Special gals

on Women and Girls dresses.. .prices below I
cost. Also a great clearance sale on Sport- '
Wear L.. Women and Girls. A i
The prices.. .aiuj

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LE Lingromnsuite dOR SALE:-1952 Mercury Monte- Tlephone 2-3479 Pnomi. Phone SPNL 1. 139 t ,
suite,,, of __.___ __kitchen n u u ,e CEO.a e s EYO, foIf '
rom table & chars, $65.00. rey hard top Merc-o-rutic, For mo brhe s l t k. a ra -- .
2choirs, coffee table, table only $1,850 lbtwen 4 and na color shampoo it co rs Gn omlth Santo Clara Beach t O ". ,en a--5099.' ..*-; .ai. T .44 I I
bok slots. sic r table, two 7 p. m. Curundu 83-7284. r natrea cstobarl ano ,Igase oves, s FOSR.Cr REoNTt: M-Fur i, wt i pr .
l b ^obk slats o. ;^ i t e ^ ^. ^ rigray hair. Cristobot Clubhouse r g

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S u.s lar0.0, venetUon oR SALE:-192 Dtik .dnva. 2bl uty ShopMiMrs I-Esther LG lo, modera M eth.a r't, .~to .B'klte. QBtBnSrt or
ant4omfe..mlesla. T.rie c _uple'._Z5 .'4r-Refriter orsC
-or houhold r moyb e see. 5738 .nage. comfortable m F r RENT: Fur d.rot with LTA. ht. at A. o.C
House 100 Apr. l Gomn- Debowith p green leather WSW, Rgi-tered Cor oo 30 pt kitchen to rspter reons or Thtw," Col tE Der
Si mons double bed. desk Radi-o, yn flow. Goodl m C. urunu ,o Phone 8 I u nta, r rid coupCi. l brii R ite D a nt E. rea. f
S oys.hing machine, s refrig- 3248, ofter 5p. be 2228.- F S1 Telephone 3-30.1 .. . Ao o9 : ft, I"d (pat
.- r venetiondRu 2044. SAE:-9i7FOR S -Radio 23 .. M Icyox olboo. P R RENT: -Tnitly funed lll u a rA Dl h

tE-Vene.an thtr h sblnds 0 r.- cR S --e s.. e 0 p. o7 r 25 cycle, oth ...m h .l 77. Cl bo 8-167M . cool cle.n res. rivte t
.ud o couches. beds0 chi- FORALE. LN $ e argoe, comfortable, m F 0 o RENTh rn r~i.adrwato w r a ith L totL do .tri A, t ril
Hu se t 100 Apt. 11to Des, r o. o, p.o ut. .bo.. 243 FOR RENT Rgi. tch a teredCoce AUe otl ie L r ch. o .an 3050e Tcept kitchen to ir T"RNT co
to 11 deas Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Chevrolt 41. Superod m th old. Phone married coup HO* p.. Tol eon-d. M Co.3 tO, halt ble vialon T JacUe s nd

i street Teephone 1389l B d.runi condition. $150.00 859Cu- obbe. -** A i*** lu e FOR RENT li-Furnlshed Ho hr e Ie g ," M re advin1ed 45 r atn
rundu 2044. FO. SALE -Radio 25 ad 60 cye. Cler, A 3 alboa, Phe OR RENT:-Twb" isfy fuwni .r/he.IIRY I+ k2 n e thf Bigo n.ur
beds, chi ALE 1952 AirsfRin". A- R rd plby~, 25, cycle,, bath.. t or Pe r be -167. largest .cool clean es. -rivi V e g bJ k~ e

go R a t t a n- F ORe e $ AbL E:e$. d A f t er ? 4 p m+ WpF. H o mO RSS A L E : a -* T h ra 02 e o l m H ig h s e ep h ne E S--- S O T R A N S P O R T E S i c o e r o
MiR tco ch i Somerrset. Excellent a ; 0 n LheSo. o'Duty IA$ Road -thand refrigneao, S to diV F aor.. cu, s

Adesks, eItoric c lore a hone LBca os ;in P On' .. IF LEN OR R.CENT rNiC e. o priqle.g .A. ar.um Aevy d o I i-k

e6 t $60I00 Ith in Der- FOR SALE:--947 Fdor Do T se- FO'DSALE -Four year old brse a appointment o6oll Dr. D e n Rio. & DUNN. ., edl .. e d D
cheap onS, 2 ccle. 1L Bocs dn Luxe. Excellent m chdon diionl c hlde. GIrle, easy to hodle. Co, Piano fr A- condition: r t tour,: fe Gn in T tr- l
_____fe lli fli li bedrooms pdrlar-diningroom, r LOST-Gold poket 4cqotri if 80 ow ter

,795-B. Telephone 1003, Te... 3-4845 4, St. No. 7. |Army ,8-8.:7. FOR RENT:-Fout bedroom house. IiFOR SALE myr7AabeeTeI- helat L
offate 3677. Balboa.l FOR SALE:-1948 Buick 4 door se- FOR SALE-Piano (md4e ,in Ge t.comp tly 1 rnshpatid with ba, 2mm pick. Reward. B lo* E ao be iecti r .
L h--Uong Istmus. B- low mileah ge. Wonderful oncritice. any) es llybuilt o the pool, siu d in Cerml Arul _.l m ; 8 o. m-A i
Ia Rcet: ivinoroom dnenlp, grm, $ 54 23322. It. Bargainpt Ce lon i th StreE, .Goofy LkdinCall Tel. .30769. FOR SALE Co Iig fu ad T'
cfoables in Chlfit-nir Oneetoe florr

S se. x neri al lecditi c re- FOR SALE: -1951 Hudo Super 6 e y52 se 16 handsb hig hour homeisui ro mpons tableO.
tor. Magic Chef stove Metal 1951 New top, good point, W-S- FOR SALE-GirI 26 in. bicyd hr 1. PO .aRENT: Four-bedroom house healthy, COOL climate: Ey 38 to tte et, ,
nd ch No. 2. Peru W tireG, overdrive. R con ditio. Exc- ros new hoUsin re 64 ad10. dmaid's e swimming mlr-es from P bAonom. R BulrQb op- SINI lBr a. '. ' .oportmet 2.lent motor. C on be financed. F Te. oBase -l s tuated in error Auhb l of S ofNy portunlte5.. Phore Shlr opa l, Boa- lerl Sipe lsor.
LE:-Electrihc tove, 4 burn erAvenue, SaPn Frencsco No. 94.OsTe- mi,.oeE Pndmie La. Cll i. 'l4 alr boaTr, upm8 .t. Tt ,. 8-M -2l Bri
tablet. Wardrobe. dresser, hr3-28 for 9 p. m Tel. 16O, HMA0S- ALL WORK OUAR1 OANT committee rertedptOday that
S, 0Ali prBctically new. Sper- FOR SALE4- D o 6: E erAn uty FR RENT:-3 be-uoory hue, eUn SACHUSETTS. Modern, i s ulatr a ee at l- el D. Dl R.
"on, 29 cle. La Bocad r 600.,gpdd condition IChild. Gentle, eos to handle. Col. Piano for le A-i. codlui: 0 SALE KniprI n

95 cust buel hoaney fur- E84 '4tor for Gn rb o8 B-- f urnisd two stories Two bs bedroom house th.erS ' I he that.i the is A n

f ece. 2-37.Panama. o Phone a11 or -4,R SALsard948 Buick 4 door s. F VOR SAL.PVia, 0. e s (made reed prinGe ileoad T REArY H-FI ? i- .mn o
LE-RATORS: We hasve at. B- W D ih 95radi. Will s crf e. n -Ull built fop the tro. ,poo ly, Tel.'d in Crr3- vo- kiAfchu, r buMul e, Od Ofthe _
,rdown$: .r0.00moi3hth32 *Oo TH$54 S f. 2. BIs. BaiCAR IN n th Street, one bedroom, conveniences, d e tr d o not yet

room Cerol 22 nexf to TODA ANDAN WALK' UT WiTt' Mie]lleoll rLned' inspected, i ArriFar S AL: a u I-F m oil
m etre.FOR SALE: M tsenmann, next to thbe --Stor- u.. '2 busine. hour home in Cerro Cmnpol na jlton t .e ,,- MtlPed ". n
rE:-Solid ma hoginc douhCe Metal Cl top, Poon d piom, Tel-S- FOR TED: --Gir od u2 Vbi t-Oc h ton.l H.ghwy Four-bsig t drivwooy, huse healthy. C O clim. -nry 38 t

lo 0. bleIt.,,.= ch.- n:49+66 = meter tu co- Johnson. AS0'D a, weekend hosl |a Barnent-iex ? 'P ,
,End to.bfe. 4 porchuovrlV. Rdi. Ecl i new r t A cmpletly f.rnished with bswimng miles from Pnomta. r property i n p- narSr dRe 60 All ,
Eetri 4 bur, Pa. r;ZAF468 R. Position ietedLk. Call Tel" 34169, buslneks boa, 1389. Tels,: 2-2M 2u- Br2tl45 1

S ; Eerin ca -wontd to tinv boss in brb- 2 vr w f *t . *..4 he appo o
twb t leM 2. Wal mr- Hosehold io quartet. Not necessoryo to FAL '"WO. K o .anwhle a TW Y T ;itm o
n eOR SALE:-Brom furniture, like e FOR SALE: PLYMOUTHrMAS- o tee r ppt d.., to. dy that
Alpctically new. Sped-- dmi. EprieMut encid bequnty R RtoNT:,Z-3-.,bm house rA SACHUSETTS. Modern Insulted. N x be rea as estab-

B .2 8 Plo harmon and glood cor- e furnish e two stories Two baths. 2-beldrom house, therio ... t. rC re t '
Tl. 2-351, 5.00. No mattresses. 47th St. anionshp. Applio411nts write B n Avlable f or a ,'nthi ', 13- 9. re ted tbil k t ween o- aQd l e
RLE- eioving Isthmusav sacri- 952o. .U Ta I, 781 Anr non, FOR RENT: e C pl3-7etey f4.Avoed kitcheC a nd aea bautful e. gne In a tnt beor the

Wtedh piece custom made FOR SALW N -, dinroom Mui, WANTED.--Studi ouc ., efa od t urn try seson. Tel- | +" ."; i' NAIL ENAMEL Dh r _. h lr.sE
ust a f 25 cycle ref riger- H RO P LYMOUTHS bl ch st. or own ortuture. $6,preferbly900 furnished, ..,Tl-6I t by S ntidvoiPtrdty Sotold e

ra boaerdw- child's chow. We PAY CASH ON eta or maw Stte price FO.R ENT---FuChlet in r Leftevro Pe Plrk 1 t s s ad In
d ... 'e2 benches. ust sell immediately. 'Drawer "R" Ac C. Z. o bedroom, onveniencesom and ddie A a roundth for
.Ea- I each "meel dressed and toke me on offer S. A. CalsburyI. yad .utodle to r ois lWckens, oetr t ie h a o lr and oe-
Sof drawers. Excellent condi- 1 Ancon BlvdTel. .3144 ony- Ca -2 4from 7 .m. to 12:- ohwe
I.' 2ICA-BH Curndu 86-3148, ti. K. FAutosR RENmann, next to the. M oore sad th study _a shlefowerd o Wa tso d ra I

ily "-' Cc - C '' ... ,2 t plobaoco users generally are apt If ,,. III 191 l-'14U II'-
LE-id .ngroom set Co. Cola O anama. Te l- WaTED- d u Se VOlt- iOn Iis made With ether .
ll V se li.ns." +'l F ..,. -_ -. rw iNi-.T ,e-.i. r o 5d Moeor. AmeEn d t o e prh...,cco s.oe.- -lce. nmcl- ... "a ......- a
ci6e ql Johg S Clk11t raknd1o nai
WirEnd rowne c4mara Mh wanted to sing bass in barbvr- tsr 2:00 -C 4.u. ii 8tIn
hoe-RSALE:-Brom furniture, like od music. Must be willing to en- o uA 1

v IFENT- V bed
AR Aectdr GeMo1 MgQer ho

-/9mri Z.-IrJUR SA:-Cushman scooter,
colti. non. Phone Crlstobal 3-;

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have only a few "free entry" used cars inst


in care and get a BETTER USED


SWe hve customers woaiing for -
-1-i -Pontiocs (ll ydor models)

SChveiefts (1949 through 1952)
SFords (1952 & 1953)

SPlyouthS (1949 thrug952)
...r- ( 5) Olsmsoige (1950-1952)

rcury (1952) Oldsmobile "88" (1950-19

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joano or Albert S peaker Enliim s are mor apt to develop the
rnocionoaU.. ATN'On 4. I. Just built tdem Cdstom Wok disease in other parts of their The L Boca civic eu cil wil1
- bedooms,,codwtetir. Te r. i r 'Units n bodies, he omnted ou d hold its relar meiy"meet'intg
90~to Iot,1t-4Pe941t,.ge .of iatentaddl tonight, at the (a Bocs Occupa-
ephone Panmo -4941m closed as htlvin cancer of the tiol I'ngh.SchoIl, Sudy aI *
FOR RENT:-2 Wroom apartment ek lin ing was 8.4 times;1 a 7:30 pn.m.
O in "El Con-rejo," rfld's room, gtlat amon0 tth4e who chew as
hoV t Water, groge, etc., in new U2 no ~g non-isers of tobacco. The community vesgattin
building. Teliome 3-2677.- Itthat tobsfIsiessesUW aleut bitve ut
FOR igT-Two bido -- a-par-that eyare i easeameer p reseda aqves' attend= t a, ,
F i in Cqnrejo. Call No. I Via spa hey as ? it government CommuIty confier-
3-0769 . ndis iAm r Cl at ther- 5 a aini 0 eac* held last montliWM ll51 a
3_69_ i hour._ T neon between smokl f and The final reading oS
FOR .*i*-T.m;dtm p'4rftment Va. t. Le and the d sease, uMwjl also be on the agen.
I' 4 bJ I' ,L or two A. Mlatire. (above), on re said. ..-
rouepte. 43qrdStre 4; 13, Bello Mrs. Blache A. Mclntire of 4UP ||,Et .-O
Vista. '..X'_ .1 Bex 141. Asiden. Canal Zonr IUP COVE Ft. Kobbe Gets m w e
W V, of the Ft.,.Kobbe Gets 01.,,1't
i Telephone.Ht--w tek;r mRsiden u E LpmeIT Npntept'ourseI 2 New Comnmanders ;A7%l.c- -!-on
Tock. ;hon. Hat? -.ed at the Quarternaster Se II Inw h, e.s -Will
S EFNqrt Lee. FVa. MepIntire, a for-n Both a new -3 and 8-2 for bem e agenda.
1FOR RENT:-Funishld aprtme nt2 tAes tAdent at Canal Zonee AUTMO 17 ROW 7- the 3$d RCT at Fort Kobbe have .. --- ,
bedrooms, diningtoom, livingroom. J-mier College, received Ihe Tel 3-4$1 (began announced by Headquar- US OCitiseas Assoiatleo
i porch, prog. Tel. 3-0894. hlghest aBiendemc average in e r sr1 U VARCAB tA generalim t.l member
IFOR RENT:--- bedroom rtnent, ...the. Robhe new of te UrGtA oo*r haa.lanewof
V istoa 3-'- of ..ficer; 0 ABC
R .LFOR RENT: -- Alart met in new kCekerS b e new regimental 8-2, Capt. sheon Al be a uWi-
i chaD ee, furn-eld. 2 bedrooms, Sam 8. Walker, commander of e. an, Stafhldte pu-
,ilt light and gas, Ogarag. P orque L 2 Cntral Av 0 C., d l l(!a li, "i. sinCe l i ll
fevre, cheap. Telephone 3.2163. Mary M ', North~ | CentralAvee30 B the command last Alit aond% lel usCA
IFR, sayF she sdbehtt 'mind If -.l Santa na Plaza te son of the late Gen. alton of-l tO' "lst1ng it
.OR- RENT:.-Forhed parent biecults pop out of the can but Walker, who waUilled In Korea late hld at 7:bBtt the
refrigerto, lh, mt4 of July hen they explode that's going W have permanent stock In an early phase of the war. pat10 l]ui ,
Vnut aE3eu 6 t. 7Mt i 11 ,LONDONa ro
II inspected. Upstai Swiff Conlpony. MsM~dl has suad a batd.OD R.cord. .-"-"-"-"".....
]FOR RENT:--UiTumid e bed- company for $50,000, calminn ...... Record ..
roorm aplrtmp*,- pough, terrace. she sIuffere': a cut leg and shoe WESTMINSTER Rcord s
Scl0ose tb Zone 'atre.t No. 51, when Oa of rohen biscuits VX Reoorde S A
I S1 30.00. 2-1715.-or'3,25J0. e.plodel. ' f" ? B + U0; !i
FOR RENT;-FumishA apartment., COLrgBmA *ReCta 8 9:A _
ne bedroom, IivinaOnm, kitchen, U .. ANIA Reordi
both, balcony. All screened, 75 Offle e aper Wrk Cotly! RCA VICTOR Records at te
Dollca. Tel. 3c 26... cst Iks..qilNalent .... -toe 30
FOR RENT:- Fu. _ad& m I-n .i Co2 lo'10 TeaR, aih ai' t+ i ., COLOSSAL CARNIVAL
ioortmren In l4tL fuly iapop eou afthanm l Wakrs, wo -I ef K t
1596 .fter 7.l ^ 6 e i. e ..e e M Equmie t 1 SPONOORED BY .. .
r phhO RT--O CURUN.IU,
) n.ished. T eleph' e _W i c.
e. n,. to I:00 p, n l iar frI 341.77I
i pt.,... .oSwf C m.....-. on shr a ryta a ft -

S1). O.sm..mnWtd b- f,.. $5,0 ... -

I e d. For g gIg gai tchn, ;.I eso rds

l .1 -NIJ tIe -'i- -t-W0
wANR. RENT.-,Fu M ovica^cots n 0 eamCO OSS L AU I VAf L
o&rme nRap*ot" MMA

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att the o e lead those present 1Frey e Wee lea ln
e t nU3*, * a tg ~ the occasion Tg a e J r r ?
oWg-on!4ereemt. Hdgson, t.
rarl I4 t r. Hdton el reesd Ih w a. Gia tat f u her tomatc tvue with t
tae byr P Ates... I Vwrg* evbTe A r LoZUo.

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d cir. culatedt 1a%, l e., u ,t1.to-freedom si

~t~e&13-.14a. w ? x t ..e, m. W .... oar ne we' Di tn. cgi ,
"Ee-andg9r19No FUsh rineT" g"lor hadrM a A t .
IZiibawtilttesadhofen#thnee at b t 'dan end to ber.'-1mi .

MNo..adiPor Avenu -. P amw_. mee Mrdr.8. 8 e withn. orewth .ata.m-a,, can me aipy by a A .Ja- d1s ore hs 'trFm ed ei, e Oe I
-_ p e n drM r.e d f r o m t he i llue tenmoir ol t h e a n o n s.r S ol br lee re eo h b en a u e U^e v a do e e
w t oo l r. Mduh wd u tw roth yrol ed bW gn to rr w. Ae o s aih If I i r I

:: e. IW a .Wmert. er, *. ra-o st ton, h'te wh a e nm te- inater', Canal oon/ ioolr

mb e trp te b1th omus ist to ,ear-erom, hiaaln. -h
F .oube, "sT ii-s te b ltado he." & mad ae r amn ,theT a

_tI- ..... e arywe-ls.w tesa nd.o M riZ. neIdn S.1c n.l.)."eek. .u'- ,. l""D

... of .. .en the of dt p a Ea rd 7.z t ih Feb. 1 -- UP)-- A 1y)ear.
ris .gow t Mri. _. Crusade for Freedom earamn a glet ta aferdi p cogn
41 ore-,vim--aMrs. rr-ee...IWbe Inamong al omuivee or.odka r oanduber oftr a my a n a TEHoAN eb. 12 (uP) h -
.......n for. F...,s .u m Ric the 1 ad o t ihone d r G lfgaS, mad ent o tegA my ,h o fpita in Pu er atory ilerat ion wer
WEEK END RELEASE110rWS: 7 sl al9 Ryanh kt -- - -Pre aErs.nel oivilian ond t.- was fo todatmet a1n5. Twenty oil o wort from fo
-roa R er W d. CYmeo tars. ftheA .. o P seran rZeh nation arrived today at the vao
ofa'roA seutet"r Mr. D ey. At B.rtelt's request, Seybold hs Mrine F MichaeR ot adan reflverysa to idso what w
ks -Mrs. Wenenel e M,. Dewey MTamed director of pub relations, rP,oy fv t.^ ...e cr3, would be needed to start Iranipn .t
Oeaa mi so-- an"Mss- Riy'g M. l lais ansr G.n 'Ary r.th an h s-ad d gu rilty -- rd" Ihef heasloe
.* No P, Avnue Panam the meeting wri"-Mrt SpeRer obeet e (,) -cng that a-- em- shore leae saei orn Jn ,2 eight Americans, elght Brit-
Na 99 r Avenue Panam Smthe in eof it. n heir. ns. two Frenchen and two
cr i.,,andtheir f- .-.. .becoe Bo ich waM caused of running Dutchmen They' will survey th
.. ...."L mehe ,'Cr,0de For Fr m shirtless through several homes in Iranan oil ultnaioa azid fly bak
'- : ..... .. ..- For Visherl v -m-loyesto sign"afreedom suburban Solberg terrorizing oc. &o London next Thursday.
|iMr. and Mnr. Eustaee Lee en- scr-l in order that they may show cupannts. There they wItl report to exec-
tertained with a cocktal party aud their participation in the program: He told police court Judge Al- iutives of eight oil companies
*buffe* supper gt teir New Cristo- (S3) citing their financial assist- phonse Chrstian he could remem- ,arrying on Jlscusions there a-
bal home" to honor tha I viMitorM ance in order that the powerful ber nothing since becoming intox- aout the *ettil uo of a multi.
-n ESt -' S hono ,i i es its Included: radio stations, which are now be- icated. nation organization to market
,.h i Yg operated yR g ad iro Free Eu-.
VJ Mimi. Der ot Meredth, Keith rope, can continu, to beam the The wife of Federal D~isrict Iranian oil,
eri and Henry 11' ofer. Thetrue behind the Iron Comtami Judge Herman Moor testified her Five American companie a
it H are from Birmngn, "The acrolls, an answer to the nerves were still shattered from Involved In the negotlatlon.i
tls4nd, and were on the Isthmus Stockholm peaee petition circul- the shock of seeing Borich invade Thev are the Standard of New
4. business trip. ated by the Communists two years her home while she was alone. She Jersey, Standard of California,
VrweUm Said' t- a go bear the following pledge: asid he threatened to kill her with Bocony-Vacuum Gulf Petrole,,an
ra 1 Mrs.re"In the belief that freedom Is his knife and sent her screaming rnd the Texas, Co.
fT Mcro the most precioMs of human rights, for help. The otheyi ale the British
.Farewells were said to Mrs. Pe- I gladly sign my name to the free- Anglo-Iranian, Royal D u t c h
dBRo Mascaro, at a morning coffee dom scroll as evidence of my par- Shore patrols finally subdued Shell and French compagng,.'
-iven at the home of Mr. G ordon lticipatlon as a free citizen in the Borich after a sergeant fired a Francaise dw Pthtrbles.
Greepe in Fort Davis. Crusade for Freedom, supporting bullet that caused a compound
AcvMrS. Macro i r retrng tO the national committee for a free fracture of the youth's leg. Hle was Among the mi'ton in the x-
~.1~P....e.... t .me..... m erto Rico at the end of the urofpe and its strkingarm, Radio sent to the Army hospital In Puer- laboratory dlegationt were i't
WEEK END RELEASE SHOWS: 7 and 9 p.m.. M0n1^ ...-- .r. e Europe. In so doing, I join to Rico for treatment and mental men who once woili ?t Aon-0
No. 99 Pird Avenue Panimi Ot in c f it. P i ands with milrfona o other Amer. observation and brought back here ean the r3tea1 t.wfri er In the
i Admission Prices: She served '#o(fee td5 ladles icans in bringing frutL. and hope today to stand trial. lord. It had sto -ldlEd. largely
L ..., a ,q0i t of the 764th AAA Batallion who muattended, and Ptln u nrey
Mr. Aged Mrs. oeelwaswe thee -CrsadLFoFro= ) i ceased during tb meonie. 'rade .natrtendedvar a ure tiongad s-li

M.a dM.rs.:. ? SuisLes.Se inrdr-t h at ee maUI sw 1 Theovernnetnt ai rtoated Ics

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Also:-Richard Todd, i



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* 555 FOR TOIJ F. Of
FEB. 18-
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usto ro Avenue, coMHROY 6Street
Justo Arosealeu Avenue, corner 26th Street
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Iranian coman y three years a-
Io.t oan ex twfl o0e c0O40 'of
W-11 ,i Manc~p 51$at .Abadpn.H
* The -rouO was expected 4.u
consult Terkid.Realber. U.S. 1oil
pertt serving., s adviser to LI~
Iranian government at a report-
td salary of 1200 a day.
A government spokesman sail
Iran would not becessarlly Ic-
bound bY_-a;.v decl.ions reached
q- #I,&- f-ve

e IlnV O UUK,. sL eb u
market Iranian oil.

R Ffor tmoi;ow night, and will hold
BARRY FITZGERALD A dance on Feb. 2( at the Coco So-
I + lo Officers Club at 8 p.m.
TOMORROW- Mrs.Edle Introduced
"fOM-A NAWYER" kt o V| -
"TOM SAWYER" Mrs. S. Maso, of Margarita,
--dw gave a moiring coffee at her re-
+ Iidence to-honor Mrs. Ralph C
LE -,, of Mtawan, .'J., who 'ar
FREE $100.,* rived recently for a visit.
JRN TO PARADISE" Invited to meet the .hosore
were: Mrs. Roy Perkins, Mrs. Wil-
n "THE ASSASS1: Uamh Hopkins, Mrs. TM L. aley,
Mrs. Benjamin .Brndage, Mrs,
Norman R. -'t i"-w Mrs. Leo
Donohue, Mrs. John Campbell,
Mrs. J. Fai uand Mrs. John
"- . ,'Smith of Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. 'edle with Dar-
lene and Ralph, Jr., are spending
some time wij ihV Masons.
ueSi Guest Fro m
TO .2 ,' Quo ef amojs"
TO Mr. and Mrs. John "er agton
FEB. 24TH Smith of Boston and Hyanns. -
Mas&, were the recent guests o
SCatain and Mrs. Wuama Hopkins
i cing a ot 'a(argta.
Ri W ID twotcouplehad luChew at
athe Hotel El Panma wile the

STIV AL coQ en -O
__ +AMr. and Mrs eB+I" I r
S--- .Amonce Birth Of Sa
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johsob,
Margarita, asnounce the birth
S A THEATER ar a son oB Tuesday, Feb. 9, at
the Colon HogpitaL The baby has
"' ...^nb ee named. Wilian wronce.
l TO PAJRICIPATEI "r T | Johnson is the lomerMiss
E FilM ETIVAL, rarGek, 5dauine f Mr.
JBILEE YEAR OF M-G-, and Mrs. Harold Gillick of Nutley,
L THEBTARS. N. J. formerly of Brazm Heights.
AThe paternal grandparents are
FSTIVAL FILMS! Mr. and Mrs. David E. FO le of
O n !S TO RELIVo e Fot Guli. ,


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FEB. 21- ..
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Famous swingsters playing their newest interpretations...
Also DOLORES. Panama's brightest star playing and skiing
in her inimitable manner.
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enchantment for the eye!
Nothing more calculated to lit an appetite from
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Only $3.50 brings you an overwhelming choice of Chef Meer'Wi
delicious dishes-hot or cold, to please light or hearty eaters.
And there's a liM for the spirit too in ,the gay asic .of Tommy
ufs' Toreadors abd Aear a rg an. linth cha rmalg scene
of people: in festive mood at the candlelit tables.
creates the right mood for an evening eat, too.
Diniaron the terrace or inside Is a weekaight
please. Mul by Tommy's Toreadmr.. ) .

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Iide Open Route Race Feaires tomorrow
de, 0 --ea

ow Me II Top

"p $650 Class 'C'

Follow Me II is expected to be a s
choice to win tomorrow's featured C
S oe-mile-and-one-eighth race at the
;t National Race Track.
The other three scheduled Anglia has
Starters in this well-matched class after finia
lfoute race are C'uQ Au Vin, An1 B" last week
gilt and Vulcanizado. lessly bad start
Follow Me II was an Impres- den bv Alfredo
Ve second last week after get- been assigned
off to one of his usual bad Vulcanizado,
many lengths behind th" tote 118 pounds
However the distance ned from Class
K tabould helo him to overcome his insz several fal
0 sr starting propensities. Co- ner bracket. Co
I blian jockey Oscar Mazuera, raldo will hav
^who gis expected to leave for his *he Stud Buena
S_ hlomeland next week, will again The second
be aboard the Peruvian bred should turn ou
blackk horse. humdinger fror
C'lo Au Vin, who was a fa3t Vedette, Sunera
lodine third behind Follow Me son. Regal Chun
I; and winner Tanger last week, Cramblst wil' mi
-,iets into this gallop with the this one.
S weather of 106 pounds and will Ten other-rac
be guided by Anirello Mena the twelve race

Annual Isthnian Ai

-,Golf Tournament

Played At Fort Ar
The Panama Golf Association ty number of cc
announces that the annual Isth- pected to partici
mian Amateur golf tournament The pairing v
Swill be played over the Fort Davis local papers and
'Golf Club course, with a 36 hole match play must
qualifying rouhd, to be played dur- nightfall, Sunday
gin the week of February 21 thru testants by m u
February 28. Two 18 hole rounds may play any
pr one 36 hole round must be play. week, but the offi
hed during this period, will be Sunday.
I'he usual entrance fee of $3 will testants ar
be cha ed to off-set the cost of matches during
prizes which are to eb purchased wl holdfor s
when all of the entries are in, con- the penalty
sequently they cannot be display- of match will b
ed in advance as In former years. one or both
The. number of flights will be secondrmu
determined by the number of en- letedb MarchI
..trants, All flights will be corn- y March 21.
rised of 16 players, and all en hefinals of
ants will be placedi n a fight played Sunday, I
irelardess of qualifying score.. .
; he Fort Davis cours' m, b Thec86holeso
aressof o ursl pis oles. es;
for practice rounds to at 1_OL
Sctestants who have paid their r esentation of
entrance fte. ,m., Sunday,
This year there will be no start
times established for the b J
1"he qualifying rounds. conteei n |f
:-may play in 2, 3 or 4 ball mal-"- Jua 1a
S It holes any time during the By CO
en:toned quaifving dates. At-
ted score cisrcs must be turn-
ed in to the Tournament Commit- 1-Don Grau
te. 2-Don Wende
Last years event was played at 3-Jig's Up
S Panama Golf Club with Vince 4-Proton
a of Fort Amador emerg- 5-Mersa Matriu
victor over Tony Jankus 6-Tilama
the Gamboa Golf Club. Vince 7-Sweet Winds
l be on hand again this year 8-Rose Hip
6 defend his title. 9-Welsh Fox
i, Th Fort Davis course is In I1-Merry Maso
dutiful condition, and with the II-Vulcaniado
peason in full swing a capaci 12-Bagdad

Choice Juan Franco Graded En

G allopB P oresorse MMENT
Gallop it Race "D" Natie 7 gmP Fume: w Pool cloees: 4 .. *-
SFirst ,ae6 of the Double
1-Daniel 0. San. 11 -hooting a ain 4-1 A ST A UBAG p
ight mutuels 2-Amazona 0. Mazue. 105 -Disturbed fat time I-1 Team Won
plight mutuels 3-G. Bound J. Gongo. Ifx -Must improve here r- sear T
lass "C" $650 4-Don Grau A. Mna 112 -Dangerous contender 3-1 icoln Life
T.c'a-A5-Fuegjo L. 0lral. 110 i-Will be close. up 8-1 SegouAv s
Juan Franco 8-Moc-lto V. Ordo. 116 -Depends on tat 2-1 G Ai a
7-Fru Fru H. Rulzs Ix -Not against these 30-1 Rs 1414 2
8-Don Jaime M. Ycasa 101x-Poor recent races 10-1 Ponce .1
been dropped iL
hing last in Cass 2nd Race "H" Native 6t% Fg. Puree: 5 .W Pool closes: 1:15 M Z
following a hope- Lna~~sPlc
She will be rid Second Race of the Double LincolnWe vs.Pollec
Vasquez and has *
118 pounds. 1-Cosa Linda J. bongo. 101ix-Excellent race last 2-1 Seymour Agencw eked put
which will also 2-Piropo A Mena 105 -Longshot possibility 10-1 to I *iAI n: a thrlleri'este
s. has been drop- 3-Don Wende @ Ag U. 114 -Best early foot 3-1 afternoOn over eara and
"B" also follow- 4-Slena A. Vas. 115 -Barely missed last 2-1 upoubility of a eeW-w Ui
lures in the up- 5-Marfil A. Yvsaa 115x-Notbing recently 30-1 firs place looe a
lombian Luis G 6-Consentida H. Alsamo. 118 -fRefused last time 15-1 ever. 1ino
e the leg up on 7-Villarreal 9. Silve. 120 -Conslatently bad races 30-1 Police today. ra Por
a Fe charger. B--Moon Lass H. Ruizs 99x-Rates outside chance 15-1 Liters Vwill tie for
ary a t t r action 9-Rtalsita F. Rose 118 -Could score here 2-1 place. Seymou*- a lstp
it to be another game with the ail'dc. hi s
n start to finish. will be played next week ai
un. Merry Ma- 3rd Rae "I" Imported 6% ps.Purse: 5375.00 Pool eleses: 1:45 day's game cl n. Vampiress and ONE TWO of play.
iatch strides in Martin Pere and C u r
1-Pincel A. Vas. 115 -Returns in fair shape 3-1 Schwararock hooked up 1i
es will round out 2-Salcedo J. Reyes 110 -Finished last 5-1 brilliant pitching duel with
program. 3-Jig's Up V. Castle. 110 -Odds-on choice 3-5 res allowing tour hits and C
4-Invernal J. Baeza 118 -Nothing to recommend 8-1 giving up only three base kmn
5-Bartolo V. Brown lOix -Would pay well 10-1 Perez struck out four and w
S6-Wild Wire F. Hidal. 106 -Anytime now 10-1 ed six while Schwarzrock
amateur 7-(Rocky Point L. Giral. 110 -Never In the money 10-1 six batteradown on strikes
9- (Fanglo H. Ruiz 102x -Diarrhea victim 10-1 issued only onpa.
Seymour gdt 1oil to a one.
4th Race "F" Native 4 Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20 lead on Huddleston'sa ope:
0 DC -oQUINIELA walk arid Freddy promptly ai
S DC B e second and then reached t
1-Don PItin J. Reyes 115 -Field too tough 8-1 on a passed bell, coming ii
2-Annie N F. Rose 120 -Distance handicaps 10-1 score on Jeff Kilne's single.
3-Plola C. A. Gonza. 100Ox -Not good enough 10-1 Sears tied it up on Schw
at a a 4-Proton Julio Rodrl. 112 -Will fight it out 3-2 rock's double in the third w
nador- 5-Enriqueta J. Padilla 115x -Seems Impossible 40-1 curty came home on an in1
6-Resorte 0. Mazue. 112 -Depends on mood 8-1 error. Seymour scored v
7-Pregonero B. Agul. 120 -Mutuels favorite even proved to be the winning
mntestants is ex. in the fourth on single by
pate. 5th Race "A" Native 7 Fgs. Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 2:55 rez and Allen with two
vwill appear In all 1-M. Matru V. Ordo. 108 -Returns In good shape 2-1 1tches and an error figuring
the first round of 2-Golden Fan J. Phil. 120 -The one to beat even thescorg. their second
be completed by 3-Marilu Julio Rodri. 115 -Poor effort last out 5-1 Sears scored their second
March 7. Con- 4-M. Goddess H. Ruiz 97x -Returns from layoffin the fifth on.asingleoby Jo
tuaI agreement 5-SIyanla T 3huna 1xa 3wights In favor 3-1 ny Watson who scored on aN
time uring th -81xaola Chuna Ox -Weights in favor 3-1 tch after moving around
' timarting ieI
cial starting time 6th Race "G" Imported 1 MilePurse: $450.00 Pool closes: 3:35 third on an Infield, out.
Marcs 7, 9 a.m., rdy' Huddleston was
e unable to play First Race of the Double fielding s tar of the game
the week. This four putouts and four ass
subsequent rounds I-In Time L. Giral. 110 -Distance to liki 8-1 being pthe middleman on the
for postponement 2-Inheritor G. Prescott 118 -Would pay fat prce 10-1 double plays executed by E

e diquainicat
nd must be com
14, and the third
ill flights will be
March 28. at 9 a.
ship flight finals
all others will be
prizes will be at
March 28.

nco Tips


Golden Fan
Silver Domino
Paris Midi

'fJust as flattering at 8 P.M.... as at 8 A.M.

BecaCuse cool PALM BEAZH* suits

shuie to yield to heat and humidity

CIMM at the ibh... that's Palm Beach! Watch
a*Awpie o it up o amu take t otiee when you arrive on a
W"hi. stimky nae an active day. You'll look
asa Sew a ftiee kom the bank. Palm Beach
-j fh~h idtia reafly discourage winkles.
At 9fs ti the sl field, always, Palm
IMii~siil piie 4410"Nl~iiie MtrM.5 ti"nf as Wuh
sasla ifts( of tow.elors and patterns

Mehoirk upm, ieswatsand
6%5ash% u im, wylo

Ia---, Lady
0-Tila ma
7-L. Laldy
10-Black Bull

a. xcpaw
A. 5ena

V. Casti.
G. San.
J. Gongo.
J. Chuna

1 2x-Nothing to Indicate
115 -Showing 'impnoveinent
115 -Must improve' lots
108 -Is no sure thing
112 -Not ready yet
108 -Dangerous contender
112x-Not ready yet
liOx-Distance handicap


7th Rac "H" Imported 4 Fgs.Purse: $400.00 Pool eloeesi 4:W5

Second Race of the Double
1-Alabardsa Julio Rodrl. 112 -In favorite route
2-L. Frolic 118 -Returns from layoff
3-8. Windsor H. Ruiz 99x -Good race last week
4-Mrs. Cristina M. Ycaza 103x-Rates fair chance
5-Paragon M. Ycaza 103x -Nothing to recommend
6-Roadmaster V. Brown 113x -Could score in upset*
7-(S. Domino B. Agul. 117 -Should be close up
8-(J. Anne J. Gongo. 109x -,-Beatc heap field-


8th Race "I" Imported 84 Fgs.Purse: 5375.00 Pool closes: 4:40

1-Paris Midi
3-H. Guard
5-Rose Hip

A. Mena 110 -Odds-on favorite
H. Ruis 101x-Hasn't shown much
M. Ycaza 99x-Good early speed
J. Gongo. 108x-Nothing last time
J. Phil. 120 -Can't go lower
A. Vas. 120 -Rates chance here
V. Ordo. 118 -Tough contender


Oth Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $500.00 Pool closes: 5:15

2-Henry Lee
4-Piropo II
7- Welsh Fox
8-H. Lass
9-My Dear
10-Atom 0

V. Brown
L. Giral.
V. Castle.
B Agul.
A. Vas.
V. Ordo.
J. Chuna
0. Mazue.
R Guerra
G. San.

117x -Completely off form
113 -Is top contender
110 -Good recent races
110 -In thick of it
115 -Better rider now .
112 -Returning to life
112x -In winning form
118 -Has good workouts
118 -Longshot possibility
110 -Won in cheap company


10th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $ .00.o Pool closes: 5:40

3-M. Mason
4-R. Chum

V. Ordo 110 -Throw out last race
A. Mena 115 -Better every day
B Agui. 115 -Should score here
0. Chanis 112 -Improving slowly
J. Chuna 115x -Would be surprise
M. Ycaz.a 101x -Dismal race last week


11th Race "C" Imported 1 MilePurse: $5.M00 Pool closes xxxx

1-F. Me II
2-Coq Au Vin

0. Mazue. 113 -Depends on break
A. Mena 106 -Weights In favor
A. Vas. 118 -Will battle it out
L. Giral. 118 -Distance to liking

12th Race "G" Native 612 Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes

1-Bull Flea
7-Tap Lady

B. Agul
M. Ycaza
J. Gongo
Julio Rodri.
J. Cado.
V. Orte.
V. Brown

SituateJ on boundary line
first atop out to Interior.
Golden Pried Chicken
Fiet Mignon Steaks
Hot Homemade Rolls
Served with all Dinners
at $1.50
All indj of Delicious
At Pplar Prices
The Finest of Drinks
to be had.
Cocftl1a Mint Juleps,
A \ Ater Poaches.


112 -Lacks stamina badly
i 09x -In winning form
Nlix -Form indicates
110 -Could score here
109 -Depends on mood
110 -Rates good chance
109x -Impressive win last




Wrong fwa mftd irtuh, warry. ,
work, bnd etfte put

Ankist, Ru alda gas
Acifel ti verww u. Ream 0
;ias a.s5..o b inteu8wa5
feeu i 'atwera t*t row
Su r Sotes adFew slo Iriith eyeM
Cystx r rht Uorf dlf
!kidnv 3 v L Cat mof -
uidii. XCombd thua t@lerA etn the ary
im"e. And thus'y quikl= get tl|
roa b *nJny no ut Ovals.

The box score:
ab r h ea
J. Watson, 2b 4 1 1 0 2
Schwarzrock, p 3 1 1 0 1
R Watson,us 2 0 1 1 1
Pr ll, 3 0 1 6 0
Conklin, ct 2 0 0 1
Rathgaber, 3b a 0 0-0 1
Perantie, lb 0 0 0 0
Womble, lb 2 0 0 5 0
Chabe, It 2 0 0 0 0
Caldwell, rf 1 0 0 1 0
Vallarino, lb 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 22 2 4 15 5
Huddleston, as 2 1 0 4 4
Pearson, 3b 3 0 0 2 0
Perez, p 2 1 1 1 4
Kline, lb 2 0 1 6 0
Pearl 2b 2 1 0 0 3
Allen, It 2 0 1 0 0
McGowln, ri 2 0 0 0 0
Morris, ct 2 0 0 0 0
Price, c 2 0 0 5 0
Totals 19 3 3 18 IL
Score by Innings
Sears 001 010-2 4 3
S. Agency 100 02x-3 3 2
Wiannng pitcher: Peres (3-1).
Losing pitcher: Bchwararock (4-
1). Struck out by Perez 4
Schwarirock. Doubleplays: Pearl
to Huddleston to Kline (2).
Schwarzrock to R. Watson to
Womble. Umpires: Rager, Ridge
and ,Vache. Scorer: Reilly.
Armed Forces Little League
First Balf Standings
Team W L Pct
CuruPdu 7 2 .716
Fort Kobbe a 4 .600
Fort Clayton 6 4 .60
West Bank 5 4 .556
Carib. Command 3 7 .300
Albrook 2 8 200
Curundu 12, Carib. Cmd. 0
West Bank 10, Fort Kobbe 8
Fort Clayton 14. Albrook 2.
The defending champions
from Curundu walked of with
the first-half title in the Armed
Forces Little League chase Mon*
day with a resounding 12-0 win
over Caribbean Command. Wert
Bank topped Fort Kbbes 10-8
to hand the Curundu wine un-
disputed claim to the chan-
plonship. In another league tit
port Clayton tied for .io6d4-
place by smacking Albw 11'
rCurundu will meet Wt nk
in the final game of tt girt
half standings on SataVOy btW
cannot lose the title. Thb Wa
Bankers could move into a tie
for runner-up spot, howewr. by
Second-half play o
Monday with all teamnsW
for the Curundu chans. Fort
Kobbe's youngstersg0t firs*
crack as the two get togtr
at Curundu.
The second half aaheib
February 15
Fort Kobbe at Curun
Fort Clayton at West -gt
Albroo kat Carlb. a L
February US
Carib. Command at W44--
Albrook at Ourufldu
Fort Kobbe at Fort Clita.0
West Bank at o
Curunduat ourt cmar
Carib. Command t n& ---r
west Bntau
Albre pat t w

Mik .dM W 4

5are" 6 P
Curundu at Fort Nobbe
t Carib. Command at Albrook
West Bank at Fort Clayton,
March a
West Bank at Carib. Command
Fort Clayton at Fort Kobbe
Curundu at Albrook.
March 11
Albrook at West Bank ,
Fort Clayton at Cunrundu
Fort Kobbe at Carnb. Comm.
March 15
Fort Kobbe at.AlbrOok
I Cunrundu at West Bank
SCarib. Comm. at Fort Clayton.
I March 18
SCurundu at Carib. Command
Albrook at Fort Clayton
West Bank at Fort Kobbe.

Team Won Lost
Coco Solo ........... 6 0
Motta's ...... ........ 6 2
Powells .............. 4 2
Margarita ............ 2 6
Coco Solito .......... 1 4
Police Pals ..........1 6
MbAta's 10 Margarita 4
The Little, MoLta's took a def-
:nilte grip on 2nd place as they
';eld down the Margarita Oilers.
Neither team scored in the 1st
two Innings, but the Motta's had
a big third scoring 5 runs. Lara
and Maloy were each on with a
safety and Peterson hit to sho-t
on a fielders choice, and all
hands were safe. Leon hit sharo-
ly to firt bringing in Lara with
Maloy- and PePerson scoring as
the ball got past the first base-
=an. Philips-put a screaming
silOe down, the first base line
moving Leon to third. Leon
scored as Moreland was sacrific-
ed at first and Philips came in
tin a wild Ditch.
Margarita marked one in the
third as Terrell was walked and
on the next pitch made a try for
second. Maloy, attempting to get
Aim, threw the ball Way and
Terrell camehne orre inte scram-
ble. Holding the Motta's In the
fourth Margarita pushed in an-
ther one. Ender was on with a
fielder's choice, .Isple second and
went to thrd 'as McGlon was
tnIrown ot atf 'itst. Dalani got
on with a hot single that went
right by first scoring Ender.
The Motta's came back with
two in the fifth on an overthrow
and added 3 in the sixth.w Peter-
son toob a big cut at thb f1rst
pitch offered and seat It SaMilng
cver the center field fense for
his first home ran and the set-
cnd of the season. Two others
came in as Leon was walked.
Philips doubled to bring tIn Leon
and came in himself as Bowers
was picked off at second.
Optimism flared in the, sixth
a& Margarita made a grand
stand, but fell short, only get-
ting two across.


11IL 1,;

tar of WW tot years, and sert0a t1 arla '
ast t the gentleman N. SioidFew
York wan to kow how s tome ilo1 ea uet rnit
=ept .l Cpemn gay Hutehia. .. A.Amaerls
bssketbejp b | 'and she was Mi AaefteA to Rx eu ewe yr-
self and ymr aters a picture othi, ttl ....COa-
ment: It shl beWla frtheoming in early N-H
It's.detbtly t that Rocky Mart wiI14le-en4 his title
against E d arles here in late 11ne. "An indoor Garden
warup with D Rueceroni nt month haa been idelned.
Battlers Ik Layne and e Seaehur iIn rteVI popt
windup thikg they are space san. Ono a ber has reached
apoint where has no poasible Jutfta thlthe Pghouald
be automatleily .barred. About the only rtmaenailon the
rowdy sport h Is. e challenge. It offers 4* 0. n, brave men
with sound w believe they -re ide tponship
stuff. To permit them to continue when plain they have
nothing left but a pathetic delusioh is scaidtMuslry Inhuman.
If TV can build up fighters, as in the ettsplenoe example
of Chuck Davey. It can also fanction with eal thoqghne in
reverse, as f n the recent case eof i d Jo n. Too peo.
pie saw Johnson's wretched shoeu a ta hft mmy e last
week ever to accept him seriously a iht n heavyweglit threat
again. Particularly since this one came only t ights after
Archie Moore'p forceful exhibition against Ier Mai on the
home screens. Jubilant in victory, Moore auoc.ed he wanted
Marclano next Why duck Johnson, the erigl demanded? Slade
gave the answer. He .exposed Johnson as a bu aIn spades.
The current Java crisis may remind graduates Qf the old Ha
Ha Club of Jedtk WhIte'p cabaret ballad sB Couldn' 00 Coffee,
So He Had to Goatee." Pbr some reason this seemed terribly
funny at three in the) morning. Yes. it's hard to understand why
those 21 Yankees chnose communism. still, when the N. Y. Yan-
kees sold To6nml yv e tp the Browns he ft"e al y ed
to pitch terea U could to, pf course .that l y i has
hisa own ideas of how the good neighbor a hould work.
There It consolaionor Jacke Qleas. WI t TV comics it
Their gagt. Nothizio to out
of the is-Canad an football war as lotI Tr can ep it
out of the handpp19 thedlplommtse,.Te4 Wuaefa y crackup
Is one thin the e nirmental slgger ch blame do tht Bos-
ton baseball writers.
Two weeks ago, fee wagon horses were seftfi new tihe rec-
ords over the Santa Anita track, which had berf mad= over and
juWoed up. Tbea the WI came, tit p=tWst r4 MOOce disin-
tegrated and the usdirfootilg became holding. Onf Saturdxy, the
Mtartw, the seaaon^ flat classo wai ran and the winner, a
longshoM A i Valey, fi shed a toll eight semods off tie track
record. moving that all things are relative gad records are not
to be taken toe seripumly, anyway.

Thew ne oes for golf. Thirty-two yaars .4p. Gene Sarazen
won the Natioial 0on, PFr his first thrp., ou94h, had 72 73
and 75,.OvharheImme* endi0razen Apw, #AA seniors
at Dunedft, la.. a test imited to three eres were:
67, 72 e*nd.758.1f you take scBz a. 4 ro espective, of
course. thom You[ve to oneheL a I tz today
than be was at Ikpe, outsIde Chicago, ti d that wouldd
be a bit prepaterous even to the ar- e granite,
O .. / *. . .
Joe D BMs telUs me tte 19X7 Yankee team was the bewt he
-pla -6ede -ar... .M the materil statao-t00-i6n4l"
Chairman Ashley Cole celebrates his ninth an e the
raciag co today. A fai as are c=0 Notre
Dame ws the 1 team last esod selected of the
Irish in their shal draft. ".ois l ahe only p flub to
have tsppai. A hNol ln-One ) second
AN I Toal spring willee. ornai d oa.
The c h fi tre* t 1iles betwea t6e adi arne. idleto
H 4. 3 Va 4 5 l.nhattan-t 01couBre t ; uld have
been Tony Trabert illy. I must have been thinking of Mary
Margaret McBride or Alessandro DI Cagilostro. ExR se is pleese.
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It) M: er Lgr tA. b'f.oal ldaI&: .d a 4.
e *1 eChool will nm1t a n avew .
aSr ,,la I...al jon ,k ,1. me-
-M40 a .. ... B "W MBo. Min' Wmaili be prerail t "
b wer e~w'a. Mr. Mato'- an ig~ ~ lmes, but they ea -
of Asnaa, The. 113rl %japo
ager' fo bxei to cWl Bhomiso Mf ra rown. CN I Dart-
a mInmum.. MoNell.y.A irouth, Harvaro Peylvania.
StartiuK times fho Ns 1 Tee 11:40 an, Prdnoetop and Yale.
0 ...c,.om pp t l, o -m. l 5a.t J. Th'r,,as aond Mrs. anks President oragron Kirk Of Co-
w alfWurpo ne at f Cwo. Pereoz mid Ms. Thomasl'umbia-wbc announced ihe
:.m t,. Te sill e a at a program-i8va the code calls fr.r
8:30 k.AM. reo at 1:15 fiexerved lor tartT .'o sprinjr, tc-no s.hol0r 8 6
mas. tg mbeba4 nopr tlcipalt- 4aS40 eon hia siopa t. Atbletcae-uo
i1L. tournaim ent No. JO r Mitten and Mrs. Dalton taking p a. a-ar gapie.-
T le wl be capd. from 10 a8 Mr. DsvAoy and Mrs. 1fer. nl enisraenent of commercial
mntl the finalvurrnabaent four- 12:10 pin.M. products bv coaches-no "6'
same has teed off: Ir. Col. Dow and Mr. Rock. season tournamneuts exoppt theC
The ltlnerary 'for Sunday will vood sanctioned by t A NCA&'and A.
be: . <. Lt. McBride and AMrs.E Do w A-U, or opncal international
9. 8. .m. to 4"3p ,p.m.-Mlecd a13 v..entr---a hre~ yeat linit nin
co:0. Tournament. Mr. McVlit'le nd Mr. wright oVrslty cdmpetlon and a strict-
ta:c0 Sto5:30 put.--Lver* V Col. LaBrean., Mrs. Daniela r accounting f fmnds used fo,
5a COCA1 tou -. 1 :30- .M.m scholarships.
t5:00 p.m-noqup ictures .Lt. Col. Conley and Mrs. Spen- ch eebers n-0
the Tasco.Datter e. ,- Lne an M re, that spo con
6:00 pn.-,-BUtlet Dinner. Mr, s.pez'i and Mrs. Cnlev tolled by acadieL authority :
6:00 p.i resentatIon of S"e nd i: m -other thin athletic director
prizes. .. Lt 'Col l Welchman and Mrs. Also that the in Wl* record
The statnr tims and pair. o welca and Mr all athletes be Ceed on rec
l11t of foursome tInannouncedas 'Taylora n-sord f4 r a revie. "y all schdh!,
follows" Lt. Ce Taylor and Mrs. Lau- on the Iy aLea l ch
S9 aey.. "'L ag i
ea--. A t Belden.alo Mrs. Lincoln
Maj. Cramer and Mrs. Abari ro. i and Mrs. Belden KNVOi' IreAses w
-l.Gr".Robia.Mne A pel
Maj. Abarr and Mrs. Cramer ,. fl S
Lt. Col. Dav and 1Mrs. Barbur Col Barr tond Mrs. 'Cummnini F tIn
Maj. Miles 14 Mrs. Davis Maj. Cummings and Mrs. Barr. Place L
Bsp w-B9:n *-=h.0d Sports horttes R Fr orces Le7 ue
Lt. C and raM Wood ports Shrties Arm Fc 8
1:00 a.m. e
Col. Miller and Mrs. Grob Panama Area tAined Forces
Col. Grob and Mrs Milled ~NDERSON, Ind, Feb. 11 (UP) Baseball Leai ue
r.. 1r(.. M ... Lanky Bevo Francis of l *
Lt r, Gt-' n Mr, V.d Orande College of Ohio has set STANDINGS
Itr der anotfar national collegiate re- Te am L L Pet.
Mr- Vindergelt ad Mrs. cord in basketball. Albtook A 1 .000
Bi. shl evo scored 59 points as Rio Fort iXobbe 7' 4 .6'36
S" 9.15 aS. 2OGrande beat Anderson Mlegeof Army Atlantic 6 4 .600
Reserved for sta;ter IndIana, 101-85. o now has Special Troops 0 4" .6001
10:00 a.m. 968 points for the year... 18 Coco Slo 5 6 .5500
Comdr. Clark and Mrs. Rhodeq more than the one-year record Fort ayton 3.8 .273
Lcdr. 4 and Mrs. Clark set by Johnny oBrien of Seattle Navy Westbanr 1 0 0 .000
Mr. rre and Mrs Ham- dale r ech because (Inluded gamnoeres laall-ted (eb .33)
.W R. ,;,' 1,, .1, e. ,,- ** t. AA) ,> *32*
..... . r-Ede!isn't a fel--ye-college.Matter, Team AM H 'Pet.
.1. es ,. ear,. Fran .led d th e | e (ST) 3 9 ..44
S. a on. aswe er, (AAyB) 2 9 .329
Mr., iiwie. S- KeUnh a I s, eored, 113 points againa tl.lsHI- gOiffqrd. (CS) 34 12 .353
Mr. Garriel and Mrs Ham-dalae College for anotherall-tInjPlao (C) c 8. 3

B --eatban( *
.. : .... .. _-_ ,-- : __- ,,' .e. so30 9 .300
SWoers, (AAFB) 27 .29
g.ype, (ST), 24. 7292
Hernandez,(I)V 31' .20
S U B Boetto, (AAFB) 29. .8,.27.
nA iotIneludina Coo Solo-Navy

i .,,.- "IAFB, who is currently leading
....S the pack by two-and'a-hal ,
games. e.

et t ned irst crack at league

]Troneds, when the two eabrs
li tanu lon the Fort Clayton dia-
B monid Saturday night at 7:30.
The Troopers had' their four-
1* wpedne t hen ttr e le iag
I : Fot Kobbe nane.. be te'in
a The other gae scheduled for
S -aturday It an afternoatt con
plays hostto Fort ITCobbe, who is
S ading a ftagae winning1
,,--rt at 2 o'o'I. find l ort
Clayton pla~ylng Army Atlantic[
I For - an' e ad ~co Sold

I -.:,' ': .'...-has-- '_ + ; h announced theto wltIt rawal,
14g1ga4e., ames, oridedt

La.r1954 Tph, father
-' ,* :, .. . ..R oo r p s w i l l b e d c l a r e d f o r f e i t -
Sua e Al Ordil lae up a news 1e
ben.gayr aPtcanlc DCtrct i1 ry 17 ,
SIssisted ay Mr.-s AMON CASAL. day, Fort obbe gained second I
S-- lace by wlippln Bpecital
--sTroops 8-5. and AlbroO ,E

BR VE ULLS 4 blanked Army Atlnc 4-0.
im _I__rAFL
16 Va FQPJIT TO THE DEATH Hialeab, F71. (NBA) As*_
e ,.rentice Gene Martia. now 17.
/ N m-""P-- VERDE" of Mr. Chq. Conta- It off to a late.art as a jocke' /
.@; TWOe aIRA BUSI.LS Ie t trac unitt& 1til
i i^ *inn't '. .e wee-al -

PACIFIC FARM LEAGUE TEAM The members of the Kiwi team of the Pacific Farm League
team. (Left to right, front row) John Flank, Jack Blaney,. William Correll. Robert Smith, Ron-
nie Pearl, John Wise, Richard Morse, Alfred Chase and Henry Kincaid. (Middle row) Gary
Hutchinson, Leonard Wilson, Bob Flumack, Peter Berger. George Gattoni, Peter Richard, Jim
Laraon and Robert LulL (Back row) Jim Hern, manager. Joseph I. Kincaid, CZ marshal, and
,Brce Glaze, coach.

Bombers '

In Do-Or
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Yankees ......... 22 18 .550|
Bombers ........ 19 18 .514
Brownies ........ 16 21 .43I
(, Fl~t starts at 6 p.m.)
NPatama Stadiumn Bomberum
(Osorio 3-3 and Robinson 6-4):
vs. Brownies (Arthurs 2-2 andI
WVllfams 1-3.) .
S Yankees 4, Brownies 2.
The second place Bombers to-'
night open a three-game series
with the lastt ilade Brownies at
the Panama Olympic Stadium.
The series starts with a double-
header and -the Bo ibers must
win ail three remaining ames
in order to end the season in a
tie for first lace with the Yank-
Tonight's scheduled starting
hurlers are Fernando Alberta
tOsoio.and Hunmbeto oblj
for lheBombersnd ltaley Ar .
thus and Sam William-s or tile
Last night the Yankeenclinoh.

Sports Briefs
(By*V: P.)'

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In Chicago 10-Roundl
FeatureContest fPW
CIpAQC Feb. 12 (UP) -, j" _,
^ f VptaL Chico Vejar ant.
mer f lack fought tuo t ,*,
FIr und draw Wednesday night
At Chicago. ,

SY.r--- a ive-day leave.
6 the MAry-was fighting hts
'4d DroNeaalo W bout. It .-ia
S2ttj pro bout 1 IN Rk,
Iffd hi irsO aWnK t a big-t 0e
That lack of experience mny
, ve cost B.l. a victory. He
geated, V,- ,14in the firt
cound and il, dhav finished
ilm off. Rua t lack stepped back
to see If Vej r would fall, and
VeJlat ot enuug's time to recov-
Black floored Vejar for anU
*pight-count', IA the Aevetn
'ound. but 9Jit Ied hip way
out of trouble. vejar was tlhe
better counter-puncher, while
Mack hit hard BliAck Is. the
(tRbleOmate of another welter-
*weight-Chack Davey-who au
handed Vejaz two of his four
Gymnast Kayoes
Himself Winning

en With 2 ames Ron Johnson Indian nat,
Op en .-thszave his all far alma ma r in
.meet with Iowa and Minneso;.
JohnIon went to work on the
P} "4 I d l] Jlfy ~parallel bars ended, his stint
D e Snocked himself cold.
eA at least a tie In the regular inning to break a 3-3 deadlock. An hour later Johnson learn-
.chedule .as they ped the Ray Dabek and Billy phantz ed he had won the event.
BrownleS 4-e in their last regd- were the leading hitters for the __
,ar season game at the Panama winners with two for four each
talW..l l ... white. Nathanlel Peeples got two TITLE SUITOR
Eddie Neville pitched five-hit for four fdr the losers.
all to gain his,fifth victory ai_ Losing Pitcher Andres Alonso Cincinnati (NEA) Ezzard
compar to three losses bul also hurled good ball 88 he gave Charles, heavyweight title chal-
Charles "Spider" Wilhelm Shared no eight hits. Yt. was Alonsn s lenier--agaln-worked here as a
the hero's arti by blasting a bab- second setbp.ck as compared tu clothing salesman in a down-
es empty homer in the eighln ffur wins. town store.

Pre Inventory

an uw*qusu ., pv -

eIght 71ar. *.

the Crom g"- :
wlytn &ea e *

reced ,:.,I
Cloutaina oNot

agers who andle. ppoxeo .
libby Mo, rigui
weight, are sereamh BsW
romtate Athletic Comman o4
tall deaf judges to rule !17_ 4
within rng.it

Manr o it seems. is a e
on th YORKe o A) -enou
eholr at his neighoppor
he'll sdeain the judges o rule
his. side -with a few fast
*rooned before the declaO(.i"-




i. DACRON SUITS, 4 Colors................. Reduced, to $36i
1 O RTH COOL- REPEL-O-TIZED Hukabuk Suits............Reduced to $270o

C T N Repel-o-Tized Tropicals with 2 Ponts, inc. Whites... Now $33 1
L.0 Tw IN U LINEN WEAVE and NYLON CORDS... .Buy several at. sl7 o

SPORT COATS, Values from $25 to $35............................All Lumped, Now 1495

PLAYEROS (Casual Jackets), Values from $8.50 to $14.50...............Now $5.10 to $810.

DINNER JACKETS, White or Bamboo Northcool $21.50 ....... ....... Palm Beach $1495

S K C At prices to stock up for a whole year . s -
S LA K/lS House-Wide Reduction of 40%............. Some as low as $4%50


Sizes 131/ to 18.

Short Long Sleeve
All lumped in 2 lots.
Values up to ...... $7.50





Values to $24.75
CotOn Terry -tayon


Now $2.75



Sizes 14 17.
Blue, Grey, Green, Maize.

Now $2.35



18" Square ,

$1.25 Dozen


Also usable as

Sizes 28 to 34 only
T Now $1.00
51* .,,0 .

U .~-

Reg. $1.00 cNh.

Now 3 for $2.00

White Blue- Green
Now Reduced to


Ribbed and Plain .
Reg. 30c. and 65c.
Sizt 9 to 1)3.

Open Fronts Slipuvuu
Regular Styles & ils
Fm' $2 i

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"Let ite peOleP know the truth and the country isa n w. .Abraham Lincoln.

Congress Gets Eisenhowe s

E KEMETS T Twrm] eR ower en"oys
with vart of atgroup of more tha W-4r cities
iPg House. The men. members of the Unitl on the P'e
.- tioniltip between the national defense eoff m for .
iH8~~hoWn during .the meetinRg are Michael T7,^). rea
WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 (UP)- the administration bills in their Of this, $1,500,000,000 would-be ity." In 1953, the home building President ElAenhower, and Lt. Gen. James :T *hl-cm'pign a
President Eisenhower today re- respective chambers, made available Immediately and Industry constructed an esti- .
sented Congress with the deail- Mr. Eisenhower asked for the President could add the oth- mated 1,100,000 houses.
ed plans of his "new look" hous- $2,000,000 insurance authoriza- er $500,000,000 if needed. -
ing program, desisged to help tion to pump up the FRA's This authorization was re- Also included.ln the proisam" -.
all Americans live In better huge mortgage guarantee serv- quested "to permit.FHA to oper- Is a broad and perhaps far- .
homes. nt placed special ice. ate at last year's level of activ- reaching program of nm re-
The President placed special rehabilitation isd' reenion. e n
emphasis in his program on en. It provides $5,000,000 for cities t -
couragtin all Americans -from and towns to conduct experi- b e
well-to-do residential suburbs-- techniques or preventing and
to buy their own homes. eliminating slums." i t
Th. W illse
Thle progr m Inludes a iH Ape-W l WASHINGaTON, Feb. 12 (UP)- senhower's 'f s ein to~ 6e fr u eme 'be. excited aby hflIt om
help lowincome i n families buy Sen. Frank Carlson (R-Kans.) said to Democrats," but he- al GOP pokesmen-an the pucan Na-
R homes costingup to. $8,00ha0 for today he di4.not see how' Demo- leaders had a tight t m et m on oal Gommittee to hler-
SStates DSecUtarD o St as little as a $200 down pa- Ge crafts could cry "foul" over politi- "cx~ravagance" and al bked 'ce -or Demacrats, He paid the
. n roster Duiles e leit) walk ment. The government would l uw .u f cal attacks by RepubliCans in view ness" in the Trdima dmitisa, Uses are ahrlous for extreme
a nFto hier linGermany,ftuar antee 100 per cent of the A l of recent charges by former Presi- lion, as well as "the' fact their pertlsaemip.
a Aostrin Geiny' 40-yeat mortgage. Tonight Cl tn dent Truman and Adlai E. Stev- was an effort to shield Cont
Mnter LeopoaA F og r walrs These homes, however, would enson. nists." The any
nthe sLair. The men mct be limited to families "displac- The Red White and Blue wa- Carlson endorsed Presient Ei- Eisenhower told a news conftr- arge thi re
p, reliminary discussion uP e s leare oes. ter Ehow, under.tke direction of -- .
, t Austrian question. It also would "liberalize" pres- William Z emer. Balboa swTim-
"mortagelterms ahd Increase al- ming coach, will present theiruch a chae
tto $20,000. laoo m e ov Clayton swimming pool tonight, T re5 ur'y P i le s U p ad
5The President would be given at 7:30 Pto suh reot ilO et ad

f- ,eeaiveal wll p ente ed cease tho The all-girl water blet is corn- s F e ua JU aroused e
all., h 1Ih efive per cH-arnt nduIncrease h teu to we op rvt yInr p lhs ca l s, tet
mortgage terms to 30 years students d of il present a H Scho o Carlson, one of the first to urge
The1details of the President'sstudents and "li present a Ha-
Ialsl housing program were spelled wainan ballets one of its acts HINGTON, Feb. 12 (P) ments of. 1 come ta b d e m 3b
aa p out in identical bills introduced Novelty dives will be exhibited T WASHINGTONl Feb. 12 (uP) mentr of income t axes by peideNEsenhower 'tol mpaignt e Lonte, ter
St Congress today. Chairman by Cpl. Larry Leppin Pfe. Ken- The Treasury has piled up a farmers and ot h agreed w the President thathe
Em atd n S t Jesse P. Wolcott ("d-Mh.) of neth Scroweroft, and Pv t. Mar- plus of nearly $1,000,000,000 The first six, onths of thehe P dnt
FJIthe Housse P. Wolott R. mittee.) of tin Trusty. soar this month at the begin- calendar year. genunll are ex- De mocrts should notice "undul .
nnfthe House Banting C mittee tin 8. Trusty. n inR of ItIs expected to be pected to a fle the 'sret- criticized And as e." But he-
and chairman Home ap "Tiny Tots" one Ann Trim- a sustained fluh period.au witht A MO tx adid st
hart (wn a nd the Senate beTrgny Tage 4gronn Aie Su re- mn st dd J e tx M
Banking Committee introduceC berger, age 4V2. Connie Sue Ze- ments In 'Paht, Match aref.
N, Feb. 12 -(UP)- The (NEA Telephoto) mer, 5, and Jimmy Gangel, 5, Treasur y income exceeded June. s .. r
Alled'once again today to ACCUSED KILLERS ARRAIGNED Harlow Fraden (let), ac- will perform in an act entitled expenditures by -about ,- But thb ,d r irlm rtioil'rd e Car.lai sli. .ec man
out Soviet approval for used of slaying his parents with poisoned cocktails, and Dennis "Tiny Tots off the High Tower." 000,000 In the first nine days omy program a sturdy factor tch man
peace tlk an Korea and i vWepian, Fra4en's supposed accomplice, are arraigned at the In addition to the the-ype of February. The excess re- in the coparion between in- sen and in
nas but formed Wes rn Brodx County Courthouse in New York. Fraden has been de- feature, plans have al .been venue came largely from ay- come and out-go. -
ndclaredinsane, while Wepm act, and an under-water swim- Net treasury inco e and outgo for this month as of or b .rb Oe.al,.. -..
S 5 ,Four forteig ministers n s m in exhibition by Mrs. Mildred was: 1al a B
In secret session for the third A Sn r hd S o e r t R Tnimberger. Preently serving as l e 19 1'
th toughest East-WesBalboa's assistant swimming Receipts ................$2,189,037,778 $2,04341/7,914 carbon also referred to a ree
**:**a5In uf adSo lo n Fee ls Puerto mR ic Baol $90' assistant serk, rkag Exp itu ..... ... 1,339,307 ,441 B819 ,85,58 5
9-5t Berlin conference s coach, Mrs. Trimberger was for- Expenditures 1,339307,441 1,19,5,585 speech by Stevenson In which
*Bl.-eer, coner enceyA gala three da- home-spun Iu merly with Billy Rose's Aqua- urplus................ 849,080,337 223,732,329 1952 Democratic pesIdenal
i We tern d hmaI caI' fdea will be hele bo didate said da tr S ar" ad-Ia
e Westernto reign carnival will be he at Curun- rtua y H as e Rule The aquacade was presented at It is a somewhat different compared to the like period last cI sng the fear of dpre ion
*. cjfeget o du starting at 5 this afternoon d yort Davis on Wednesday eve- story so far for the fiscal yeaf year, but the ad istration has had replaced the tradlonaL fbu
Iaea witht at noon tomorrow and at 1ffe ninog. beginning last July 1. Total re- reduced spending y about $2,- freedoms. He said the statement
Sba wil t at Suon tomorrow and at 1 day. venue Is down about $1,200,000,- 000,000,000 as against the same also won Democratic approval.
We to accept- p. Sunday. WASHIN*TON, Feb. 12 (USIS) eplate independence. She chose M000 in the past seven months period of 1953. "1 do not believe they should be
s a a world power. The Curundu carnival winl -Representtie Frank T. Bow cnsed status of a free assoosryinons ow Here are t foul' at this time, Crlson
'meetinglasted 90 minutes feature a home exposition and l R.l-O.) sai yesterday ciatdated ate."AN Here are the comparative figures: said.
que as issud autooble show poresetig P to Rico's self-chosen ollitl The Puerto Rican people did l Rec19 $32,784,3 $33,,1 600 McCarth said in San Mate
d anno punched fr an mo and a merry-go-rounds of all most comet utoomy, to cor then, a they voted against it Expenditures ...... 41595,785,847 43,724,570,803 Calif., that he would not let
a sr aln a o vincing evidence that the Unit- recently when Prctesident Eisen- Deficit .................. 8,811,416,447 9,745,406,202 on his ehres of Co dmunist.co
.or ormed W e sat e r n Carntyal knick-knack such as ine vde nehaI theUnioto -hr tlw henPe denAntal of 30 positions arec
eaid: "The subeo ht n o wEy, peanuts andt popcorn will ed Stres has no intention to c- bower said that he *ould rec--e' e'ice to .
: "The sub t has no d pants and popcorn will tablish ankindofcolonial ed Congress that t give recently available in the Pan- The Eseower economy pro- fiscal year, Mr. Esenhower be- cause e ce s too .
exhausted."T sy eds be s o Pe carnlvp grounds. tablish an, kind of colonialstraae Jamri .eed o Cnrs that it give ret vailble in k the P
ex he e ern.. Rico her independence, if aa Canal service according to ram had little effect on spend- lives the deficit still will be said he di not t Ese
at other secret Bow, who recently returrd sh anted t. Puerto Rican the list of vacancies contained l winter and prng. The withus- about 2,t ,00,000 was "advising us to white
would be eces Amon the several types of as from a visit to Puerto Rio tu d own the offer mainly in t4e transfer vacancy bulletin 5406,202 deficit figure of
ea for.eted i counted ensts of all kinds.ment will be pointed out tlutt she elpctq because they feel it is to their issued this week by the Person-February a year ago resisted re-
ate 4 toference IBncldg oshos t will be presented by Fred own officials. lemps her own t beet interests to keep their U. 8. nel Bureau. duction. The Treasury still *as
..te .erence c Rudeshelm tomorrow at 2 prn receipts, has hdr n cotitu-l oittenishb-. They have .free ac- in the red for $9,389,o000,o ws T c DA Y
Sd tehe United States Informs- Lion, and her own form of poll- eas to 0.S. markets, can travel lxteen are in the clas tifd the 153 fiscal year books closedDA
i uiarw ster n tioens Service, will show various tical status. to and from the United States and related kroup and 14 are in at midnight June 30.
1obot-i daranMOfilms, some from behind the Bow's Interest n 'Puerto Rico without restrictions, and are the craft group. The positions Wee- end Release.
both or'ea a rdo- Cuoertan bed theegan when he visited the Island served by U.S. government agen- pay be filled by transfer of eli- President Esenhower has
Forelp minister V.M. tinseveral times before being elect- Cles the same as the states. bte employee and applications budgeted for much more eon-
orediomingqeormed At pAed to Congtess. 'It was then Bow pointed out that Congress should be transmitted to the omy during the next five
=8'.Ce, II -for' the Jaspe and his 14-piece l'chestra that I became interested in the deaJa with Puerto Rican matters Empl yment and Utilization Di- months.
y a orneredwill furnish danep music lastin ,eonle 'and their problems, he on a bhlartlsan basis.
Da ei ahornordn- through am. Dance tickets wli ldIcated. Bow emphasized how Puerto Hq, estimates Income will so
or. be on sale atht the entrance at $1 He recalled. than 1950. the Rico has raised its standardof Vacancies in the followinR far exceed outgo in that period n in
as S Wd" p or peson.Dl aso be "80th Conkess PV'*'erto Rico living. New lfldustries are flck- types of work are listed in the that the fiscal 1954 deficit will n puygau
"i 'hdid r persolrr Dances will also be the right to elect4,r.own goay- lg to the irasad as a reslt of cla ed and related groups: have been reduced finally to a- I
S i m e" nineld tomorrow and sunday eve- ernment." Ih lOS. Oopgress went favorable investment laws. The bokeeping machine operator, bout $3,274,000,000.
si.llsM me bands providing the music. one aten further and permitted Wland's income is about $900 qt.ointtfng clerk, clerk-asteno-
rt 'bdpodn hmuthe 1 cople of Puerto Rico to as- million a year. and she has over gtapher, clerk-typist, electrical But a balanced budget still is
''"e.' Itelear yes- Another special feature of the abltsh their own constitution 260 new industries, englnepr, fireman, guard, tale- somewhere around the corner H UMblRED
iltdy that Moes fairolher w i l b eater booth at and to elect their own represen- Bow, as a member of the phone operator, policeman and and not in sight. For the dO55
*to'ay pils it rg which Charles Abernathy will tatives. House Subcommittee on Expen-' shorthand reporter.
qInbaek ,I tO dhiplayh discuss and demonstrate At the same time. Puerto RI- ditures, recently made a three- Positions open in the craft
W b&ki.jow- all types of fishing tackle and cans voted against the offer month tour of Europe and Asia, group include: wood and steel 5uIl.. tonsalamaa
qf a bh n er proper usage. Questions Con,, r' made .them for com- where he was able to tell peo- carman. plant electrician, ma- U
Fi arve. thnir on fishing, out- pie about Puerto Rico and dis- rine engineer, locomotive ma
s t and problem is d uedcount Communist propaganda chinist, towboat master, power- eP y
a dt ohreth board motors, boa an uner- Pilan about the island's political sta- house e ator, pump operator 53
to 5et water fi j .P euOmene a leqn p(01 tu... and towin locomotive operator.
willbe s cu.a..aby Abe.. by-
Procee from the carnival
will go towards the construction ...O.'..:.e..-"'- :1: nA... :
CZ Lii;b:,r, ;, ,ranchutku. .udqwt aspnew...

IItev CZ Libary".'ra-nch. PARAMARBO, Sn-arinm, Feb.'""':. .'.';."" "':- dg' scienee-ph-da
ToBe.C1..'ed -"l (lP) -Delg-tes fro' the : '. co Mugistrate tayes B. -e i.col-
0 +Netherlands, the Netherlands West "'." '" MoNDAY. to was on the beneh whe Ciala
Mornings In.d. and Srm gvernments M, Os.hella, 55, catered court to
ded the Naedoe s empire under vide enough water temasat In
The Cristobal Branch o the which all three would enjoy equal a building he owned. "._- e :'-

S.t. 'Canal Zone Library will be clos- autonomy, at official spojman U.S. CANADA 1 "Gee." s..d the jl.4 Ml d
in 'US- ed Wednesday mornings ahd wil said today. 'e idh j-d g,
t*op In Wednesday afternoons Dutch Minister.-of Overseas Ter- You that house. ., *a-w
,. from 1:0) until 8:00 p.m. effee- ritories W. J. A ;aernkamp, who
tlve Wedneeday Feb. 17. pecord- acted as chairman, said a prell- Yes sir," said the
i n- ug to an announcement of a minary round table conference of '. must have stock
temporary ch in L. the dele I .behind th judge said. M
hours. n ry s for the closed doors ai Io pete U.SS ed water presel at
rs rem* 'reOt eemen:tzo1 Rl.w 4atae for the sale. p
low.-Ar -"110:M ,p ead .uil,
SA 61-article .ofThe statute N ve to tes
,T-,,hAi h twmruant to a adop td here will be submitted to .
Ma fgretion made io the last Gov-. a full-dress coferene which prob- eg
lror-U.B. Obqu ty Confer- ably will oe he I Blea d with- "That'better,
sice and is beft 1ted out for in a few manthlis. JM ou$
th benef it v! thd :,ool ehil- It Was understood that the text ........ .
I Ahnd Ather nations who may o the statute would not be pub- 8700 MILKS IN S0NOSS Two Air be RS- b ers ad He passed $5 to
Slnd th later hour eenrvenlent, lished prior to its presentation to a nonstop 7063 fliht from itno to northern Maine JA "P"
The new wI il soutinue the ful-dress coderenee. urs. 7 a "direet route u. rather TRM
ONas Vast 'S us .the Gov. J. n-ase d, .ea.lanin ortgr -ma m.u e u. of a* anh d-srC,
of tl up4 p ag. (Dutch Gulfi said the coneer- let stream in thes bwjr twawhrer Jet-SeMg1a1SaturdayF&
S t ~P" 0e Derp w ,tsM in to Wsi. been-esmattedamp to 2M=00 ss an haw's$, o '. High
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