The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00291

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would haye heard-something by
n6w if a U.S. tour wad planned."
The Daily News carrdeo a
copyrighted story from Lor('on
stating the Queen and Duke
would tour the U.S., probably in
October or November.
The story said President
Dwight D. Eisenhower probably
u.tald accompany the Royal cou-
le part of we -way.
. The London Daily Express car-
ried the story attributed to the
ally News h one paragraph on
tso front page today.

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SPHILADELPHIA, Feb2, 3 (UP)
Joan Roper, 15, anud .rilyn
Iuckley, 16. ware treated tor ex-
posure at Pennsylvania hospital
yesterday after taking part in a
Lincoln Day parade.
They had worn their drum
majorette outfits in the 21-de-
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hi ljccasion of feasting, dancing H
cost ~ ut $25 1- Ano eno e U II
e. te en- a found In the medieval belief
.Ipa. iee" the that this was the date when all
g seelm .me tflto r rSt. Vble Crhaucer ton his "arlement 'We feel that We are subsidizing s
So 4 n ,wa certain t.es. ..-usedtr s Ide eron t representative of the United States Citizens
tat 1.tv l0 $d5,- Anoth er it exp h w ogte t ns
when or bre -the custom cf For this was on Seynt Valen- told two members of the U.S. Senate Appr"q ors
trv valentines began,-ays the tFa thswaria y whe are foul fr -- a
piveea a r th*le rds wooe va tenins om- mittee are Friday at a conferhce in es
Ntiondal .t eo P1O aoitn. h auer t cb his matle.W nt S
St denwtsd e at OenurT FAhei h ofp etith representatives of Canal Zonte unions
3iinChristian calendar I tntines Day ho been egthuo Cii
er of saints d Se nrs; asticallv celeb-eted throuh- he statement referred to the belief st ronglyh
ei- Er rre t custo Naltcer Scott Charles e .s 6 and aen-paying employes of the Paenat Canal Compay
V ho |al te .a otha u stomsv ande gree t he Canal Zone Governmen in that it allows thecli
s in central tily weas id of vophistication'dlctated the ing off of too few. expenses of non-direct operate
havIn d e ot e dta t hegeneal form gainstfthe revenue received from ollS.
l;,rIn d ._ia.ice of a n ae PO VOfIT ( metw h repe entaie off Caoal f ons ob uit o ns
rrder that young mo.sh. e. tio n of such gifts as flowers. "We d 't see why we should be subsidizing foJ

Another story, eqslly roman- dy g lovei-hav clremained re garet Rennie after it had been explain to the se
stic and uncoufired, s uarmte constantu ies, a that while prices employes charged for rnt, and
alent pinrars pris one r Lcthe choosing of valentines from ic Cre, and at the commissaries' and elsewhe
S Nortng the new coi an a ebo care i r soared the toll rate for ship transit had remaine
faisHe betoiae frienulyWit wn. i. o recAlls there onld Lualne rn terciattlalof
'his jailer's blipe e auth Br- re- feasts when young men selecti1 tionary since 1938 or earlier
o a marrd dp len h er e sceremonia ntal er n oatns o re enu em erd fr


W NhAerreer r ei b M, lae dangeen ecm o earin-e ear on t prs obh perv ng e the 7e5ten t seh- .ed ,.the S n rseerr W
r erose tnetL yud Mn A ee k rA t war ur- d n tim es.l a s wer t o. oot tn ee th e hr a n d e sn f
Actually.n a ahise rla s. te middle ages, often leaw eMilton wa i lN abs nti 0aa a k
ibns e& any asseciton be- marine o Henry Dworhk (ne)rces ates abre aemgnedor r e a
tweentthe saints name La ter cam th e the custom of in esrentative of Local fciterm
Feb. 14 An d. cu d' tanb kissing the fitt person of the 1 r CLU-MC glro up and the asie d hsgrea tie
paith.rHeobp frienoe posite sex encountereda Civic Councils who sometime
lesJaiers daub erore- 9e-s w Tenou. en eee Ei"nary 0si 19 or ,o..
One torvrpats the origin St Valentine's oDay. joust nlghtisamong thoeSvesmat na
TWeN VALEIS for twi setersare rceivd by Marsha Sue of Valentrie aelratio to pr- Another ouvention requir- appeared efoethe Senators loiatter.ea,
an d Lin da Lu6r rdeths en thergevingoftaipresener.o.nedea ly.eis
creating, "Good marrow, 'tis Ellender of Lnouisiana and John coWeylslat a rim s were con
f St. Valentine's Day." L. McClellan of Arkansas did noted.Npeople on ,
With the development of cor show up at the conference. Mc- tionled.
HIMun ronl o-B hetperclal valentines and the ea- Clellan was also absent from walter Wagner of the Cft
mIiar io B'e lsmenl o ofthe ostal se t eFriday'sn wt conference with theLa
Aouldnytpro inho~orhenwthereThe sp otesan sead: Mtin rAnpess.Dwan whe1nd cafemndR an f-o
hoeo d Jo A ercian nmbe c mrage bi h erenenssrLloyd Vaughan, CIdO ,direc- Odf GOV ern ment ruth ehe,
ToRenewr tor for the Canal Zonke, and Ph. ida haihle yhe .m
u e Localn 90 nE ward A. Ganson, present of of adopt
In Indochinas a-Solon Loalym tRnLoLl0aAer etenm proentawsstgree ya
WeASHINGTOn, Foe.b. 13 (UPn )isen th e foagainstt ethe cessati onb od pro- They concurred
dichi feels cirviliras should re-ectv foC opo toc-ee s uhcuein on Civic corl o t ie e .ouncil t at
o. the Ao ei ..... m ii ,tarh tiy. il e n ua o othe Canal Zone.t tw wI
trainite AmerIcn T molitwarras n. e *3n entml n re- Both men deplored the fact tant to have a fully
raining iand itnda I ndDch .rinav o u asU Wn 0 aprUe se nt tW (confirmed by a recent official Pt on01 each AlfTda
oon as possible. With th. palni e Congrean L announcement, they sa id) that muon -'
Fergusons idlwtd nighthe Stn the delopl m ras emlof .. nowm m0 lal the hosngcnen mator- e e e w
loes not feel sending the 0- e asltlen csd the cfnln.el oc wa lso atehouing i on r e the T
ombatant miion to Indochina cal -OCOC O will nor presently cInfprospect. h o nthe Lor an t,
oieo the entr o an The Senators were told that as sometimes brd .
osed to"pis o,.he .utoaneex m.e
Sarme Oiate Rn Nuttanteal across-moreyand more local rate em- bolnce. Ieo eW.
ed thatuA t ii the-board wage Icrease for al ployee of the Canal agencies d e h
nonU$citizen employes in thhad to live in Panama the prob- days for ratmentOf
rect involvement even moreZoneA.CiO spokesman SA lem of renting adequate race eyUe n Zdi j a -
anlikely. yesterday. there at reasonablerate grew list only gooes twi
Dise sng' poner esonnel f te .f w ffort will be made worse. Atlantic sa o.
nuitary mission; he tatu."te w
ihou.dn't go-ntothe e Wsoud oreM Mouinimprojectswerewith-ia
nhere to danger becaseon ce nTheapokeentansaid: "thp in ranpe of wage. when em- hl etoaionis
lhose zones.-d an American. chances of aplyng the 75-cent ployes movedein, they soon rose outge
a n t ofndecter now than ever beforesineostionfite burden on the workers .thatW ienao m
for a different i ofh heur..members of congress a n Vaughan said that hiseon aoe s weAvailable
i ton... a t awre of the grash inequities cdf b anoation occurred with would pte=h
civilianss who want tot a-he.ocanal Zone Government the fin-ting of the oon. Allen that this
ae chance ought be enlistednntrs wetold t-atesOWNee
Ls soottn oas POejI inheoor"treatment of non-citizen em- & Handilteort l oa rate en-
jooctwem oes ttonsowa the prob-ftytreblems.eIt was rsutgeted
wobd (aofe thlepibiieft y e lg "Of course'-the spokesman that a similar unbiased report
mder anycrcutadle] h TavegW Omt.-the sucnUss of this be made forstoal-mte eat You n l aa tl
o nthe positionpoftPUttlflg 0ts IrsmeoUaMrb3o-
I in win depend upon the ploye w whA sthat
erguson.th intgev-" derget eSof the organizational The l enatoro were told that John 1.
Fergus, id er, qeOhhena local rate employ.LocalOt feels the5't5-cent mini- gested
kolu 'ebla roa ct hemtem nelvs wlend the union." mum wage laW applying on mifpor we
nAlo oeropameo"'Caito1ntboao-ntor takel mr
foom" hd e -V h sdt b y th- leamae aw a i
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iEw .O,.at IAL V.tN r along bustling, palm-lined streets of Albany, Ga., might A int
the traveler opt tob'he romantic dsay of the Old South. This is the rouith's asi.iof


N NEW WOK IN TFI
".'. JAMES V RS .

APBANY. *T., 6 3 ( This growing pp fast that lotal mail ciar
ririerkre no'Ioni az'al when thP* disoo/tO 4"iW street 66mplete with houses anrrd
o ihas ben p d. to their-r yog senI right
jhit makes Aamny,gro* at is remarking the South ana espedally 'g '
Since 1940 the population of this cohnunity in the southwestern corner of the
utate has increased 63 per cent to about 40,300 persons.
Other alert Georgia cities are reacting the same way. .For example, up in north-
'western Georgia the citizens of Rome are welcoming a recently completed $25,bQ00q0 '7
General Electric Corp. transformer plant.
And down in southeast Georgia at Jesup, Rayonier, Inc. will put a new $30,000,.
'000 wood cellulose pltnt into operation sorrme time ,lW spring.


Albany's growth has hpn
rapid but sound. For besis
floated in the heart of a booist
g farin area it has been a..
magnet to all types of industry.','
rate tyc ao Ylocated on the
Frlnt ver, it is serviced by
ive railroads, two airlines and
adequate highway trucking fac-
lles. SPIRIT 4
CIVIC SPIRIT


Civic spirit plays a large part
In Albany's success story. -1
nua Mayor J. W. ta"i)
9'SsMays, "My administra-
wi be gSared to the prog-
ofAlbanny. We're the sixtn
l:the State now and we're
.e to .9o4r dernest to re-
i number nve and number
to vi tor n doubt this spir-
i, ean t V a -I m-
'a 1 3-
W .alnt might
YJ9 eler who" I
tro.a ti. decay
began for
ea w~.n leao-




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bottling plants, peanut bilttwr.
candy, cotton, and peanut ard
pecan processing.
DEVELOPMENT


"The surface has only been
scratched," says Lansing B.
Iwoays, president of Citizens &
Southern Bank. "Our-industrial
development will ctUip be-
cause. we have an 'njb sup-
ply of healthy labor *, : to re-
duced farm acreage and mech-
anization.
Also, we're 100 miles from a
city of any size and besides
serving southwest Georgia we
can supply north Florida and
eastern Alabama.
Postal receipts, a good busi-
ness bareleter, have increased
five timsein the past 20 years
to 4,I00 last year.
BOOSTER


Ole of Albany's biggest
boosters is T h a 0 Huckabee,
head of Soutaa ern Warehous-
es. His co uin leases space-
to large -w esalers who dis-
tribute I'Jp area.
Aji RCE BA$E
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and get-t.
Otber paglo pour ito AIl-
bny,. The war brought the
a new Marte s y e
JO* is now un construction,
i'an investment f more than
Thgs h0avenj) always been
herene and peaeful in Albany.
On Feb. 10, 15 a trnado hit
I,=rd and 5evlMng a l "
rt of the biness dis e
But these forW i-.looking peo-
pl- dp out in I hurry. There
a Set scars Oft today.
me, manager
of A of Commerme,.
quick that his
i" lampg the 10 best
vi vo orbes Mabga-
.a n business pull-

,,. IH SPOT
Ah-,he ,Albany has re-
.ce t tted to 'a ex-
W .alusi --irof 200 cities in
fila Ia4ed "high spot
ciies" Management
SMagnzi9 tg based on re-
tail sales. '
Business executives expect
the popiu to keep skyrock-
eting. ,l Hbbard., Georgia
manage fr thern Bell Tel-
1e9bm s Cag examates ar0 r
la toAf T ,ooora
rign of progress
atbiWres lag ago George
w dwof the Farkas
Sn hFM iAM &has supplied
r ,tis area with mules.
6 flst, sqW the last aid-
iad tore *wn the barn
To M new shops stand
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Nearly a huandd years a-b.
a military tel ow, saa ;
11herman, ended ulsrm .
e sea at SavaOL

try and worked*
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situated city. with its good port
facilities, five rhflroads a n 1
three airlijei. .'.,- ,.
And although .th4 town is
knbwn far and wide for its his.
,torical atmosphere and South.
ern charm, today's industrial
pattern established the area as
a leader in the economic devell
opment of the NeSoth
,,In the last 20 years the popu-
ltion of Savannah has in.
creased almost 50 per cent to
about 158,000. Business leaders
ect it to reach 200,000 by 5
;7"Industrial diversification h a
bien the answe to o growth,'V I
3 M.ayoi. 0 -, ,. Fulm In ,
"We'li coI LFnq to expand a.
dj elop beiadse wee laid t 'a
fundation for many years to
" e for all types of industry."
:WE'RE.AOT SHOOTING?
Last. year the Americ ah
anamid Co. completed a'
,4000,000 t.tantM dioxide
ant here,. the' Verney Corp.,
New Hampshire textile firm,
ans a $1,000,000 rayon mill.
-Corporation la w yer John
nnedy says: "We're sure
d to have them come cown.
s time we're not shooting at
thepeople it brings alto the
Ind the-.people it brings along."c


PORT .
Port facilities' play w- large
part.
After The new $15,000,000 Sa-
vannah ,State Docks, with our


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ort Devel-
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country.
The industrial. is cer-
toiy jgivi.re iness a
shrift ,4ia. the most
and tel' you tht gs were
never better."
PayroP)'- ; this area hit a


record $140,000,000 last year,
not counting the annual $15,-
000,000 payroll whieh Hunter
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ut. despite- it ustrial re-. &
voludoar, &S*vnua n't lost
Its Old SoIt, and hos- r
Vitality t- : :
K City pars -
Ssame as
en. JameVs Oglethorpe I
An Wimany irpa grill-
"lconies, couryd and -
1 homes still pro
the ant urnum days of
rly 1800'
If old could ma
I-ack intod e city today
-see Its industrial might
probably borrow sad pro-
-ilon from', one of bi ee
Civil War opponents-Gen. t-I
than Bedford Forrest-and say: sp
'1Somebody's done got here fust-
c ',,ith the mostest."


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Cementiq Korea! Togetlt

Ithoujh the shooting his stop d, K& re busily engaged or a 4 program of rebuilding he
show below. Aiding in the hue un la e United N. s Korea Reconstruction gin6
v neeed, as bombs, fire and tt enemy in at .LIons of Kore 4,a homeless. Because Korea caI
. In n e program, UNKRA has norted 103 "Laodcrete" macWi .iA from South Africa to tur= mu
so w pth cement. By using th i cblnee blocks are turned out ~o rapidly and so cheaply that
bout two weeks at a cost of a!tsty lately $70. Some 5600 utn are being planned to replace
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ITe Bawmu. Now d. MOAton,
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Nancy Basham 4aa t Ba"-
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Mr. and Mr-. AamsW .ttatn
Mr. and Mrs.om-ar An-
derson and captain Mrs.
Arthur Fea u of botoI
were b-hots ,to r farewell
party ivean in hoor ~ and
YMrs, do W t o1,
who plan to leave Ithus
the near uture.
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wtve< whose h os
and be$ tb u u BrhOW
their ha thplnd goed semen
U ty do. that Mc~rory u~md
"thEa husbands wi jump out me
Window." ,
*'Some husband ar, like torn-
cat," he M;aell d4 o od
Ihom and tbsi they coChhome and
slap Ihe male aroundd"
Mc w's statement cae o
rB le told *e vr yIed
an try a "Enurdlr 4it m' aie"
hindtlment would stand Aglhst a
wife who killed her huspand while
he was beating her.


plgye of the Pan Aerican
World Airways in Belrut, mak
i'C her first trip to the tro
and 4pfore arriving here. v .
!n Rome. Italy: Paris,.
London England; New Y9IrW
ty and Mi at, Florida. '
"Th parent of the vitow, M
.andr. Welkou Abajibn, w
ahdl^-t theIr mofftfta
.n .Aftlai. LbanonP
"yen" 'o 11-the Ax'o

rna FAneen now *of
Cl d O"nDbeltU of B-
VFd F*arn of BalboaW
: lU4nd. of Aco: P
Bkr of Gatun; n n O. 3.
B*nd1 of Balboa.
how CoMntteff to ,
T!e fashion Show Committee,
compoed of doctors' wives froM.
the ,pnl Zone atd the Repub-
i0.. O Panama, willl met
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This girl (above) is using a new two-in-one vanity for touching
up her lips during a dinner engagement. When such emergeM-
S'cles arise, one should be prepared to use an attractive makeup
holder that permits speedy work.

BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor


It's both good manners and
good strategy to confine one's fa-
*tial grooming to the bed or pow-
er rooi i.
No one enjoys oberving a girl
Improving on nature. Some men
imd it most disillusioning.
Suts there are times when it b-.
taues necessary to bring for a :
pdmpact and lipstick for repairs.
At .such times, a girl should be
prepared to act discreetly, mak-
ng, just a quick touch-up.
i And she should act prFtrily, s.
S ing attractive beauty aids with a
dainty, clean puff.


Designed for such service is' a
new purse vanity that is being
offered by a well-known cosmetic
house. Shaped like a miniature
band mirror, it couples a cream


0-
powder compact and nonsmear
lipstick.
So the girl who must repair
smeared lipstick during a dinner:
engagement can do her work
gracefully and unobtrusively.
The' company points, out that
its -double-duty make-up holder
will also help a girl to keep her
handbag well organized and un-
cluttered. .


The hinged compact is fitted
with a mirror and topped by a
golden cover that's embossed
with a powder-puff design. The
h d h contains the tip-
a ek, ctfld early white plastic,
Anothet'~ture of the bolder,
the oont says, is that refills
are available for the cream pow-
der, which is offered in eight
shades. The lipstick comes in
more -than a dozen shades.


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Successful Woman Leads

Family Through Adversity


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*In the Janu-.,y issue of a na-
tional woman's magazine is the
-piagazine's selection of the "s i x
s aost successful women." They are
all women in blec lWe'
ld lke to add to the list evy.
Jt-known woman who, by c o
i ftrfength, initiative and cout-
7... -ld her own family together

SAs an le, .tell you about
WBarUcIlaar woman who- rates
o- "most successful"


V'tav she .was a full-time
maker, busy as she thought
Would ever be looking after a
. and making it a real home
Or husband and two children.
a next day that picture fll
t, as though it had been made
I so many pieces of a jigsaw

r husband had a serious all-
t that would confine him to a
Ital for at least a year.
Pw to gather up the pieces that
i and reassemble the pic-
-oala hme-with tn. husband
t a hospital *,!an.


Shampoo


ily's income c.0off, and the fright-
ening fact that she had married
early and had never held a job?
E'hat Was what faced her.
Yet she put those pieces together
oee by.one. She found a job, and in
r.* :to hold it taught herself to
t -atiht. DSh gave a college
'too'nt and ,bard for being at
home when hru-tw* children came
home from school.,
At night she sewed so that her
little girls could still have pretty
clothes.
And she kept her husband's cour-
age up, because her own never
faltered.
Her husband is out of the hos-
pital now, back in a home his wife,
aeld together. $6 this woman is
my nomination for "most success-
ful woman."
You probably know of at least
one woman you could nominate,
too ... some woman who single-
handedly brought a family through
a trying time by grit and deter-
mination.


STboh. are the really successful
womentin any year. _


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ligte been coneentrating their
on formulating plans of
beauty care to accoqi-
the busiest women. Short-
eauty are now being of-
Severying from creams
Spowders.

Sjj -bwpews of the prod-
;i-.ts anae at up mila-
d"'s .a t n t a sham.-
m. .-~.i nate the
sed for a sel rinse; 'a. vege-
.AblJ rinse Is built right in.

to hi tI one's natural
lr I an evenness to the
ehemieally-colored hair,
y,.ree, blode, plat.
...,.....
'UK cagethe color of
-aof the shade



maker cla m s.aims
Pathek sa noweabam.i

.Moir =Vie sentalas a
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Qailtinq Comes bcLk W4thho moder ists


FANCY quilts lavish with color,,
pattern and exquisite hand-stitch-,
tng spread their warmth and beau-.
ty as graciously in modern setting.
as they did in grandmother'a.
home.
And I don't mean just the cher
ished heirloom you were luck.
enough to inherit. As a matter oz
fact, the pink tulip quilt I cherish
isn't an heirloom at all-my moth-
er won it at a church raffle.
It's not surprising that the boom
in home sewing has revived inter-
est in the art of quilting. Simple'
lines p1 modern furniture are good
foils lor the colorful intricacies ofl
quilt design.
Modern quilters enjoy advan-
tages our forebears didn't have.
Today's color-fast and fade-resist-
ant fabrics promise to "=ep quilts
bright for years. New textures in,
closely woven cottons add their
luster to old favorites such as cali-,
co, gingham, percales and mus-i
fins.
New quilt pattern books have
clear Instructions eliminating
much of the guesswork. I
In one new tflower-quilt pattern
book I've been studying, the de-
signs are carefully diagrammed to
size for easy transference to pat-
tern paper. Exact yardages are
given for each piece of the design.
This inexpensive pattern book
includes 12 favorite flower motifs
handsomely illustrated in color.
All are based on a block design
usually with the motif alternating
with a plain block. Some designs
are to be pieced together, some
are appliqued and a few combine
both techniques.
Although I like a little fancy
work with my fireside chats (es-
pecially in winter), the idea. of t
tackling a quilt seemed too am- 6
bitious.
But the book's full-page sketches
and 'two-page spread of general n
instructions profusely illustrated t
with sketches tempted me to 'try. s
By following the directions, I cut u
and sewed two test blocks without e
trouble and my needlecraft is far t
from expert.
When the quilt top is pieced to- a
gether, you sandwich cotton bat- y


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BY GAILE DUGAS
NEA Womah's Editdr ..
NEW YORK-(NEA)--One of
the many tasks that fells in the
domain of the housewife is the
care of the family pet. Knowing
just what to do to keep a dog
(for example) in sound health can
relieve the woman of the house
of both worry and heavy bills
from a veterinarian.
The first basic rule in the care
of any pet is a sound one that
applies to humans: A thorough
checkup by a doctor (veterinari-
an) once a year. Some dog lov-
ers make tjis regular practice
instead of buying their pets ex-
pensive toys or fancy trappings.
Almost anything that can hap.
pen to a human being in the way
of sickness can happen to a dog
or cat: arthritis, cancer, heart
d i a a a s e, nutritional deficiency
disorders. Asthma is c o m mon
among dogs with flattened noses,
like the bull terrier and bulldog.;
There are some h a I f-dozen'
types of worms that may infest
your puppy or grown dog.
Each has its own character-
istics and takes special treatment
by a veterinarian.
Poisoning is the one thing dog
owners fear most for their pets.
Best rule is to prevent your dog
from eating objects he picks up
on the street. Nearly all of them
try it. Most important factor in
saving a dog that's been poisoned
is speed. If you can't reach a vet
at once, take steps yourself to
save yo6r pet's life.
First, empty the dog's stomach
by mixing hydrogen pe r o x i d e
(use regular drugstore strength
of 3 per cent) and water, half.
and-half, and pour it down his'
throat. Use a tablespoon of this
mitxure for each 10 pounds of
body weight.
This should cause vomiting
within two minutes. Warm salt
water is also effective for this
purpose.

HELPFUL HINTS
By U1ltd Press

Before scalding milk, wipe the
bottom of-it-At with a bit of
butter or irgailne. This will keep
the milk from scorching.
SFlor wa aied I a rods in
clothes closets wl permit hangers
to slide back and forth readily.
To get even distribution of starch
in collars, cuffs, seam gathers and
pleats, shake and smooth starched
garmemt before tey are bung to

Brushing heavily soiled gar-
mnts and linens with thick soap-
suds before laundering usually is
a safer practice than regular
bleachlag.
A custard cooked on top of the
stove is doe when it coats the
stirring spooa. Longer cooking will
curdle the custard.
Sprinkle four in the pan when
tou u r hbash.


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This youns homemaker nies line-grain wandpaperorer her pattern.
The abrasive surface sticks to the falsrle, maklar if 6ilatel) to fallow Speelar Individast blocks ea a
ht e pattern edge with the Belagers 'bed better sewing assurer


on- .. a. -
ing between to and a solid,color ing bee for so'faity and profit.
r print lining. Then the real quilt- Flowet designs to. choose from
ing begins. read ljke an old-fashioned bou-
The use of frames is recom- quet-bleediN .q geag, primrose,
tended to hold the three layers I spring tulip, grigr, anly.
aut, but this takes up a: lot of .
pace, More practical for "pick-. ose pt Sharoma, a &nali(t old-
p" sewing, an experienced a.quilt-t umer, Is here ai one variation.
r told me, is to dse large hoops A splashy poinsettia pattern has
22 inches in diameter). a definite sootnumorary 1 o ok.
Or you can take the easy road Dear to midweprnm hearts, old
nd hunt up a sewing group in and young is g10. R ftatscular sun-.
our community that holds a quilt- f3loer .tflr '*Wbtl s-. inches


qulter that the design Will
show up to best advantage and !
gives ber an idea fr bow deep;
"nullt. must be on sides,

across-almost as big as they
grow them in Kansas.
To obtain the Flower Quil lpat-
tern book (No. QO1). sena 50 cents
in eoln together with~yor name
add-. te.A Aq' Cabot, 11W
Avenue or the Ame'icas, New
York, 36, N. Y.


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salntalnlag thel health and wetebdila of the family pet is usually a task that falls to the houaspwife.
This housewife (left) is makir ure that her Scottish terrier gets a regular cheek-up by a vt-
erinarian. And she also sees tM cottie (right) has clean d f16 every meal, .is fed a
quiet sinithway from noise and he is iven just the proper asilpuntand no more ast pich me.
Thishouewie (lft)is aki~, :e~tat hr Sottsh errir gt.'a r~6"uar heekuP ..av t


When the vomiting has stopped,
give the dog a teaspoon of epsom
salts in a little '-water to empty
the intestines. But never admin-
ister a lazative intended for hu-
mans.
Peroxide Is an antidote for the
phosphorus often used it. rat poi-
sons and epsom salts are helpful
in 'clearing up lead poisoning.
These tips and many others


come from J. W. Cunkelman, D.
V.M., of the veterinary division
research laboratories of a -large
meat packing company. He sug-
gests that in case of food poison-
ing, you give an enema of water
before administering epsom kalts..
And in all cases of poisoning, get
your pet to a veterinarian as soon
as possible.
Foot injuries are so common


that every dog owner should
know how to deal with them,
If a nail is broken, alip away
the broken part at nce. For sur-
fade bleeding, a hydrogaf per-
oxide. As dressian, sece piece
rd ottWr with is 'tape.
Most important, eP attention
to symptoms. Don't neglect in-
jur and don attempt.te doc-
tor a dog for any length of time
without expert help.


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NEW YORK-(NEA)--Color Is,. Th6re's fasMon a too in
vivid in the silk prints that are block-a' d-Jide. abstrt .s, .ar.
bound now for hiter vacations chitecturau otlfs a- -4-D. In
and will see We back home, 3-D, dimenasiaol e' ae a-
later on, in warinet wether. Iot achieved y castbg color or
piiks and oranges, .haowy 'blues pattern Over another )r q $had-
and greens, splashes of eqlor thit owy look. O, multi es of one
suggest a Todlouse Laatet 'int. oor ara subtly blent into each
all' nit a new Interestoto c M otM le achr.
to10 s.," '.. i- lMe most pints lOWr lines
Thete are flowers in profislon. of. shared shliMnes thet are
Sprays of dogwood, clusters of some heated or Ag dresses
lia, brilliant o r a n g e. zinnias, to flutter sBftly-in a w,'breeze.
rich red poppies. These lok We show orde -He ( ve) by
fresh against white silk grounds. Larry Aldrich- n. a ')t of
White grounds predominate in red, yellow an'bitai on. Wite silk
many prints and even the dark twill grounds. This a o aepice
prints are touched with white, dress with a two-p 16e .-






Prune Cake Wins $1, 00p

For. Pennsylva iiW roan j


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By GAYNOR MADDOX,
NEA Food atd Markets Edir I -
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bury'sr 5th Grand National Recipe
and Baking Contest.
Prune Whip Spice Cake
Sift together, 2% cups sifted en-
riched flour, I and one-third cups
sugar, 2 teaspoons doublactinlg
1 teaspoon salt, % teaspoon cinna-
mon, A teaspoon nutmeg and %
baking powder, % teaspoon soda
teaspoon allspice in mixing bowr,
Add, % cup shortening, % cup
prune juice, and V cup milk.
Beat for 12 minutes, 150 strokes
per minute, until batter is well
blended. (With electric mixer
blend at low speed, then beat at
medium speed for 1% .%nutes.)
Add, 2 eggs, au.. va-
nilla. Beat for .I4


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mixer or rotary ter, ant. l mix-
ture stands- in pea$*. Remove from
heat.
Continue beating about 2 min-
utes. Fold in % cup (12 to 15) well
drained cooked prunes, cut fine,
and 2 tablespoons toasted almonds
or other chopped, mits.


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'at'*Ta..&itk,. .*Iw 4 .,, Notmn. V uincesit re.T" -r ,e.lu-,?,
jEX gF! 0A., the. GoaoBWt.,
ALOEY-irs-a, t hies ol-
S LUI ert poured out his t tbopght on

: 7... -. o t -, ..n i i ._. r ha e.tr ature, po Col i tlacu
f'AG,-, O.. -.. C .- a on nde eas morem la

Si..',s.',y 5/ 1Uft;aW.:. t OF P tages took him t ou an,

.:.. depresued," he wrote. "My ma-
a us edy oin ... driving wet
Thav kr G INmad. ."..
atthe0"hs -"oves 7- ead 0s0-ert
M/,at.S T. t. John Do.n P Sso has ap opliedh
" ^Ar' .NHT tl a. b .1'"& C.'n. ihsd1--Ne
-M II UN o ,. To MA W 4. of n mas Jefferson (Doubleday),
$4P4PbeLaL W N N i and has produced a biography
S- wlb meas res th 1 m r te mores of an
l n tro AF n .Te pu.c a. I eae the me nhe was. Dos Passol
M.l--._ Leomm t of this eveS begins. with a sprightly review of
t0;..=" ,g the ev bwobenl ds A ,algle qq uart sea water mayI I ibs history of the years into
up er e* 00u asoi msan ys a100,W plank- f h W 4 fson was born. He gives
S-Aprlw-tln, .. s.lplane- t aniaao- : o sapskethes of the men
MI f t an o.ho. m .wthe.a gand shaped
'teniae P Oft O h t the atmosphere in w ch Jeterston
mogm s. er. polone flastem.U W. 1 U .. A .lee ,.m developed. Jefferson's story is told
gad or, A ddraess" s JeuwhersW. i is ern Is lg I. n a neighborly way, refreshing
re s. y.th t Timbahet' The Caribbean Chapter No..21 m .,! -4 .a il ..n. for its Inaight and flavered with
ab A"S.- "Ti tat. a, National- bejourn apse" No -i f human Interest. Letters, comments
a. t ml ou aQft q' Club, at E t t '" ary notes and bit s of speecheso are
shwpr Mrs. Ar Twebt-fve members Sna 0nt the history so we can
'en sat- haa d at the wre present for ,e co ewsalfl.savor w fuInt the -actual moment of
bE w rand Ut mdnnin S.* yeU no"" can have an event. Dos Passos recreates the
etQg a's. N3d. ea4 wlntq' d.I*bb ane cvy nh mood and times which made Jef-
DI 8 OILN 11"146 m inM"-_o lylisting hair color Iniferso rather tan merely telling
O e si ts. A. 3 L.s1odI R &D. Winltead ondt eat ,7:30 p.m. for mmi- asques on the FrenchVWo as fe mnee m t n ou hem h relt i tolny
S, be s e- te Th pd Bunt, N. w o. bor4w have etted wigeons few minutes more than abot them. The result is toive
Sentr V ed the he gueat for the revenig. Colonel T.1 is -thve annual In-stin vcw e for goenor a tie iou usually take for your bod and spirit to the historical
of r.. N.ev o with WInated w U the speaker for which was rel ontly postponed. a s ousands 1ofbirds y rJeSerson.e.S p
Mr. 41 .. ,C.o..hoats tWe eving. He gave an inter-. through -a narrow Pyrsea pass reualayr Shampoo.
M ., ...on and Mrs. "t -"t salt on the Philippines. Cki; 'i at Ps lub 'en route to the warm editerran* Not a rinse, but lasting Ruthr M hen,d author of My
Alfred :~.t t des. o early the A rockuln, Ss. 'o-hul W -..disks in-olor Bath treatmentWithla fo her o r
M' re (,k2 ivtt.ha"st IarteoenwOsfrin1110st
Sgriftof As masArke. dr i, Is t-k -* from .=to odie fly'low for ar out a pr-bleach or pre Home (Ha r), and if it is less
r~n saint Maw; W~la$ suqolsi daY de ims hounr atsektfroin m above and Shampoo you can highlight enough. Her new book tell the
se '"rvedbd .rd,50,000. bevadenthea your natural shade. story of herself, her husband
l.Mi.tISIwRho*. nflesnalare b'skh.tRichard Uransten, and theirdthree
.Is the a 1% Choosehden from 12 fashions ld Brn ussels as Permanent
T 1w&&Yev s at 7,20 ps. right shade. Domiciles.
te mbao are t aded Available at all Beauty m hey tOn Bheli ofr thenso
Shoprecommended more glamorous
-ear A. c' IIp eaace s ede Rome or Paris, and
7 owlr$n.a ong ft m a.eOl oi wledr. of French was acquired d
Swb of it"1g W. Crisob. an shefl -% wCprstobaluH icg
IT e. bno ll Th4r knovwledgaip of Bearen cus-
-- d1. 1. t'.,+ torun.za u Widas and aStuirdao. .tomss as even morel limited but
IsI 1ne s-
day party for her young daughter
precipitated a crisis In Belgium

na ourbude even kier to you, FormAt'swisp-li it' lat t shion lifetime and only close rela

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can bathrooms. .
e why and when of things
'at th 00,0Mtaken for granted in modern life

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mor wo'TflW4ustn- Leach (Fut & Wagnafl). Here is
f1berr.Ms.C.SDo r. o.ia collection of stories about why we V
r.Cutp SM V. tran, S have windows, iapklns, chairs, *
Mrs. n.R.CID forks and Idads- why girls use
PreasdIg at *ptoservice makeup why or. mean "bad
woke Mre -. W. or. and 0. ,,s, luck" we broken; why cigarettes
T.e eU.Grower. gloves, shoes and a host of other
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s. Sd old stories, and surprise many who


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,FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household Automobiles
11IMTALE:-Venetian blinds, 10 ft. FOR SALE:-1952 Mercury Monte-
wde. Studio couches. beds. chit- rye hard top Merc-o-matlc. For
tr, MIRRORS, tables, cabinets, only $1,850. Call between 4 and
jc dkk electric clocks, ORES- 7 p. m. Curundu 83-7284.
6 to- 11 years. Miscellaneous FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth, good
fM.U cheap. Shrapnel. 150 Pros- condition. Near Colon Motors.
t street. Telephone 1389, BaI- From 9:00 o. m. to 4.00 p. m.
____ Ask for Jul.o Fedee.
F ,-SALE:-Leaving Isthmus. Bar- FOR SALE:-Singer Roadster, good
hiprice: Livingroor, diningroom, condition, best offer over $800 -
m set. General Electric re- 00. House 575 H, Curundu Hgts
rtor. Magic Chef stroe Metal phone 5197, Curundu.
> dW"''and chair. No, 25. Peru '
A A eue apartment 2 FOR SALE.-195I Ponhac, 4-door,
RR _-_"-do e -- Hvdromotic, radio, undercooted
OR SALE:Solid mahogany double Coil Navy 3160 after 4.30 p .m
._ ., night table, Rattan co
S S a.ndEnd table. 4 porch FOR SALE: Chevrolet. 41, good
shchls, 4 Venetian blinds, new running 0 condilon. Call 83-6161l.
falokan wire. tro*nie camera ICurunru.
.wrs snow sur .ize 2. Wall mir- FOR SAili-1950' Stude.ker Cham-
roP',;phone 3-1814, New Crislo- pioi Tudor, ovhrdlIve, hil|hold.
J2,380-B. 2nd St undersfal, clean and soubd. Call .
POR SALE:-Leaving Isthmus, saocri- Balba. 2--1744. F
ficihg eighr piece custom made FOR SALE-1951 Fiesta Ivory Con-
r fiahogany bedroom gr6up. Cristobal verl'ble. red feather, upholitelry. F
3-2998. Rado, W-S-W Tires, *tz. fully
R SALE -1 each metal dresser and equipped with many extras. Excel-
chest of drowers. Excellent condi- lent condlrion $3.100.
I ,tion 2112-B, Cur.indu 86-3148.
between 7-3____ WANTED
Ok SALE -MAscellaneous furniture. ;Anto obiles
including beautiftil mahooany chi- ,\mobiles
na cabinet and dining table 50 WANTED: 1951 1952 1953
Street No. 51. l ella VinS USED CHEVROLETS PLYMOUTHS
FOR SALE A refrtaerator Norge PONTIACS. We PAY CASH ON
Lnilgroom, set. Bolboa. Corr St., THE SPOT. BRING YOUR CAR IN-
1426 Apt. D TODAY AND WALK OUT WITH'
FOR- ---odern Hs Her dres- CASH. Autos Eisenmann. next to the
FOR SAL' -Modern Ha & Her dres- Coca Cole Plant. Panoma. Tel- L
S Wt iby bed oracticolly new. phone 2-4966.
Sisdioe 1524-J. Govilon Area.
ISALE.-Rattan dining table, 60" FOR RENT
C .4X0"' W/.hogony buffer, Rotton
R* Ih. Rattan, coffee table. rn'- Ronom,
bOgany vanity with bench and roE.-
any chiffores electric tli.r FOR RENT--FLjnmi.Ihed Lrom wrh
all excellent conani.on. Qtair- private bath a .fj-trnce, suitable
519-B. Curundu He.ghc. for beclieJl. .W Carrmen, Aser.ido F
Primerd. 6;o 77, 3-4207.
FOR-.SALE:-Completed set of blinds P er 7 -
fai type of house 329 Ibreeze*ay) W ANTED
eWcellent condition. Phone 2-4225 W
.orpouse 6356-B, Corozol. Apartments'


W anted Position WANTEP:-Furnished apartment for
American. notiole-for three months.
WATED:--Young woman, compe-; Must b tbd.ern. niceit. furnished
ft@;: seeks employment,. house and in good location. 'Col Pan-
erk. Telephone Bolbce 2-4469. oma 3-2144.

L LESSONS WANTED
'MODERN PIANO COURSE. Miscellaneous ,
or classical. Beginners '
i ed. Bennett's Piono Studio. MAN wanted to sing boss In barber-
i.282. Juan B. Soso No. 9 Shop quartet. Not necessary to
read msi. Must be willing to en-
1'#^ iov close harmony and good com-
Ton;onship. Applicants write Box
T" Light 781 Ancon
WANTED.-COUNTERS With glass
cover and s;des. in good condition.
.T 0 F. Icozo Co. 79 B Avenue. I
'"' ON -Jis. (U.P.)-lnvisible .. .
VdPd n r'a- smart as one-six hundre
-. th of an oune car. be K
r W with hIhtoradiographie
lsi u -tructed over a two-
od byt medicalschool sci- e rev
St, the University of Wi-. f
Of I"dan Det-


m aehine consists of01 ree
power stuply, X-ray tube1
ei cl'ambez and a vac-
u, It v as constructed
,jie.ax.arlier.

q't weigh microscopic ma-
.n the. usual sense. It ex-
a matter to X-rays. The
St s t s then determine the
of radiation absorbed to

tv xer in that protein.
of the indi-
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an .trate system
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OCIPORT, Tex. M(UI. ie
as Parks Board says a bge
oak tre ady perh it.
as MB^ ill sound, i
Mthy IVve anothw .

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m.: cost its life.
tree rteefitiv
aa branches died,
a Texas .&AK;
W& profess who made theb* c"
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was Iuferi ly from a lac
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SAN ANTONIO Ter rUP.)-
There's a nutrition lesson f'ir r'e v
hu Ewife in the acmnurrn red bean,
a paAf,t hMexiWcan. I~d Adiet
for centuries'
The lesson Is related by Dr. Ed-
mund S. Nasset, a specialist in
food metabolism and professor of
1hytsiology at the University of
Rochester School of Medicine. Dr.
-Nasset talhe6 recently to the-staff
of the U. S. Air Force School of
Aviation Medicine, at Randolph
AFE.


LEAVE VOOR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTSOR OUR OFFICES IN S 1. SI


Agessel


Internal. de Publicaeoim
45 Central Ave.


FARMACIA LUX
Parque Lefevre 7 Street
LEWIS SERVICE
160 Central Av,


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RESORTS


Foster's Cottog. One mil
Santa Clara. Plose ltii
Ilnen Phone Balboa 2.-8I
WILLIAMS' Sontc Clarao bi
toges. Large, comfortable,
neor beach Balboa 3050
weekends.


Pfillip Oceanide cottage Sto
Clara. Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Paneme 3.1877. Cristobolt 5-1673.
Houses on beach, -Santo ;tQra Also
in COOL Camponat. mountains.
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa 1389
or see cortoaker there.
Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cottages,
electric refrigeration, gas stoves,
moderate rotes Phone 6-441 or
4-567.


FOR RENT
fHouse
FOR RENT:-Furnished Houie. Three
bedrooms, parlor-diningroom, two
baths, kitchen, patio with bar. 2
car garage, and one maid's room.
6th Street, Golf Heights. Telephone
3-1245, Panama.


FOR RENT- Complete furnished
chalet, three bedrooms, nfvingroom
and diningroomn, maid's room, gar-
age, good neighborhood, Second
Avenue, San Francisco No. 94i Tel-
ephone 3-4531 and 3-2858, for
appointment call Dr. Del Rio.
Piano for sole A-1, condition,
FOR RENT: Four-bedroom house,'
completely furnished with swimming
pool. situated in Cerro Azul or Goofy
Lake. Call Tel. 3-0769, business
hours.
FOR RENT --Completely furnished 3
bedroom house with swimming pool
Available for 2 months, 3-3069.
FOR RENT:-House with two bed-
rooms. Call telephone 3-2898, af-
ter 2 00 p. m.
FOR RENT: Large comfortable
furnished house in IL VALLE. All
conveniences. Hot water. Sleeps
13. Maid's quarters. Phone Balboa
3060.
FOR RENT:-Completelv furnished
chalet suitable for two couples.
Call Panamano 3-3754.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENT1 W!
* furnished a&hrit. W ,v t Wo
bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel-
ephone Panama 3l4941.
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom apart-
ment situated In El Congrejo. Call
3-0769. business hours.
FOR RENT.-3 bedroom apartment,
two bathrooms, maid's room, in
Vista del Mar. Phone 3-5494.
FOR RENT:-Modern apartment, 2
bedrooms, completely furnished.
45th Street No. 34-A. $15000.
FOR RENT- Modern unfurnished
apartment in third house of street
adorning Hotel El Panoma one
bedroom, lihng-d-ningroom. kitch-
en, laundry, hot wtorer connections,
excellent neighbors. Apply Foto
Halcon next door). Telephone 3-
1179 or 3-2407.
FOR RENT.-Independent furnished
apartment for couple without chil-
dren. 4 Ceniral Aenue.
'CR RENT:-Unfurnished one bed-
room apartment, garage. 168 Via
lelisario Por os.
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished, small
apartment on Peru Avenue, 57.
Tel. 3-0746 3-3099.


FOR RENT: Big, fresh, modern
apartment. good location. hot wvo-
ter. etc. No 20 Colombia street.
Call phone 2-1456
APT ... ... ... ... ...


ore s lot out Paricic
It Crests Ned Color and
Beauty W tbent CAnging
the Na lJ Teahire.

rin lumietad' IsN ae Nap.
Stains. Fade Shdft Water Spot,
Against m-4adin, Weer. Wale.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
m27 Central Ae. Tel. I-141


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IftpeDa :.eenanic In Ultra.
oatio and ~dydramatlc Transa
Mtsti M offers his professional
servlc **.

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tRON1GL ELECTRONICS
(Panama'' Hi-FI Center)
Celle 45 No. 4 Tel. 3-.812

HBE GLAMOROUS..--
"C y co ne"
NAIL ENAMEL
by
: LaCross


WHICH QUALITY
i Cabinets
Speaker Enclosures
*A Custom Work
For HI-FI Units


SLIP COVERS
REUPHOLSTERING
- HERES
AUTOMOBILE BOW 77
'Tel. 3-462


GRECHA
Central Ave. 30
Santa Ana Plaza
We have permanent stook
LONDON Recwords
WESTMINSTER Rea.c s
SVOX Records
COLUMBIA Records
URANIA RgRgat
SRCA VICTOR Recr

Spanish Guitars, Radios
HI-IF Equipment and
Coammercil Amplifk


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Along NH Higl
RAYMOND, N. I. (U.P
Webb sad Fred Hargrav
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MISCELLANEOUS


DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" Street. Corner.
Telephone 2-3479, PonomA.


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
POODLERS FOR SALE: Thirteen
boxers, French poodle puppies for
sole, reasonable. Finest blood lines
both sides. Some wooly, some slick.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
Cell 800 or 945. Colon.
HORSES FOR SALE- Three riding
horses w.th sills at The Lone Star
Sfables in Cururnd. One dapple
grey horse 16 hands high suitable
for adult, one dcprk boy horse 13
hands, one palomino 12 hands.
Telephone 4124, Quorters I 1 0-A.
FOR SALE:-Four'yeor old herse for
child. Gentle, easy to handle. Call
Army 88-817. .-I


FOR SALE:-Pollera, Est6udiote St.
No 75, .Apt. 2. Phone 2-5159.
OR SALE:-Rodio pIrts aqrd, equip-
ment and. other asso ted-. junk.
Gorage 761 X Bornaby St.- Rolboo,
Sunday: 12 to 9 P. M. weelkdayi
~ ~ P 2- 828 m- 1i')


4 ro o p. m. riuone r oZ.o
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced' beauty
operator for Gatun Clubhouse Beau-
t', Shop Phone 5-411 or 5-248,
Mrs. Ullo Hart. Manager

LOST & FOUND
.OST'-Fawn color dog, name Lio.
Between Carrosquilla and Lefevre
Park Notify telephone 3-4008.
Ponam.

FOR SALE
R_. Ea tate .
OR SALE: C W"furnished
liomet "Cerro CampforWa' i4otoins;
healthy, COOL climate. Only
miles from Ponarr.. Business op-
portunities. Phone. Shrqpnel. Bal-
boa 1389 See Shrepnpl- In Cerro
Company this Sunday,
OR SALE'-Good storf in excellent
locoaton on CentrafpAenue, steady
income. Call Ponarc4 2-2490.


FOR SALE:-At .46iona, concrete
house, .l... t; l0. iingroom,
diningrit '. kithen and
both.. largr,.cJOejs. 3,J98. meters,
lanJsooped. near Ieach, 1 year old.
Done 83-4177. Curundu.

olorists Reminhded

0f Rules To Avedr

Slippery Skidding

^ PiSLADELPHiA (U.P.) Ed-
ward P. Currin safety director of
Keystone Automjbile (Club. remind
motorists of two establvihIe, rules
to prevent skidding on slippery
roads.
Curran advises a lighl foot on
the brake pedal and swerving the
car in the direction of the skid.
Too quick or heav.\-footed brak-
ing causes most skidding." he said,
'.'By',,emovin the pressure on the
brakes the cause is eliminated, but
the effect may continue and the
best thing to do is steer in the di-
rection of the skid.


"Many drivers become panicky
when their cars start to skid and
Jam on thm brpkes in e desperate
effort to stop the machine.
"Steering into the skid means
simply that if the rea: wheels slide


The Mexican Indians of the to the right, the car should be FOR RENT:-2 bedroom furrnshed
Southwest ate corr and thrived he steered in the direction. The im- chalet. Suitable military use Pan-
said. But nativ- of the southern pulse t.; apply the brakes harder ama 3-0443. Calle 50 No. 25.
United States ate corn and sue. when t car slides off on a tangent ENT-
cumbed to pellagra. Tlust be resisted, because a smash- FOR RENT:--$125 00. Two bed-
The Mexilan secret. Dr. Nauet u' s virtualy inevitable unless the room furnished apartment n Bella
4, was f beans,whichthe In. skid is gotten under control." Vita. 2 baths, 2s 2porche, very
W'________spacioui, maid's room and garage.
d ate h their Teen e FooResponsible party. Call Qulano 2-
Nasset began a study of the role in__
digestion of Rmino acids, the or- e a i FOR RENT.-Furnished apartment, 2
amxi co0npounds of which proteins Ge rFalsies bedrooms.. Inspected. independent.
am- No 58. East 43rd Street.
-e fnd that there are nite AKRON. 0. (U.P.-TIrlrst came FOR RENT:'-2 bedroom op-riment
:hlb the body must have tf. "fpasles" of the well-publicized va- i h of
Li. Some food conmins mbst rey. but now a new type has been 'n the entskirts, ots Pem
or xil of the amino acidst. but otW- added. cs. Telephone 3-.526-4. Panoma.
rs..Alack certain of these dietary Ralph K Nourse, (of the K-9 FOR RENT-Screened aparrmenl ,ust
e,,tUis. Plastics Co.) noticed the need for bu.l, in El Congrelo, modern fur-
Carn, Dr. Nasset says, is a atri-. the "new" falsies and went to work nished one bedroom, all onenenen-
aous grain, but one of its proteins, with gusto. ces, available at once. Do n i ap-
i lacking In the pncious acids. ply ,f not for long term. Tel. 3-
TV make the best use of a diet He found that girls were stuffing 4644.
ob&d on corn, the bdy must have all .sorts of objects into the tops
low protein foods for IWance. of their "isnuggler" soeks-a latter- F R
Ie Indians of Mrxeo always day development of the "bobbv" FOR RENT
have eaten red beans with corn. socks, to make the cuffs appear
Thi beans are rich in the amino fuller. Milsellaneous
acids. Result; the Indians flour-
ishNd. This fad was tailor-made for FOR RENT:-4OFFICS fr STORES in
o Nourse new building in Plaza 5 de Mayo.
The poorer people of the South Apply to Julio Quirano or Albert
likq corn, too, Dr. Nasset said,l He came up with a sponge rub- Lindo, (Hotel Internocional.
a=d once subsisted almost entirely Iber cylinder which can be slipped
on "cornbread and sowbelly." But i over the sock to a point far enough
fat salt prk does not suppy tefrom the top to permt the cuff to FOR SALE
elusive acids which are in the be turned down over it, forming a
beans. Result a Ma well-fak bulky colar, considered elegtm by, Boaft &1 Motorg
aMnia Nourse calls his product "Feet FOR SALE: SELL OR TRADE: 6"
a i Niiaohitac ti ri Falales." Bel and d Santer, i HP. 1-4
from -o:ieu=aa t t ory, r. H P 25 cycfe motOrs, 'Bedstead.
I 1 swaL beeuim their O fl.1 ae work-bench. -Qtr. 337-A, Clayton
pmtcedIya oter food.. t e ftper W rft b -----
'*li Lf..**l red --Ck wf# a- $ FOR SALE :-Sixteen toot salboot.
excellent condition. Call Curundu
"fr tt le @e sinUgf et,, mo Idciu Cw0mb1 lM 1 tOrILs. 3125. Office-Clayton 7292.
for ta me1 1e -& employy -sUa
i 'in = le added to jMei* se rw tea uay FOR SALE-18 for in w bard Mchigan
mali rit, ves a white brIad i. .-ami M di. Marine motor boot Shelter cabin.
,Wbig tb aig e aeid dinghy included.
la$ 600.00. Calf Colon 1400 or 317.


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By GORGE SALERNO
ROjME (UP)- Winning an "Os-
car" didn't land. Anthony Quinn
any.pluid roles in Hollywood, but
it has itought him the biggest as-
signment of his career- in Italy.
Quinn, who copped a statuette
last year for his performance in a
supporting part in "Viva Zapata!,"
has started work in the coveted
title role of the spectacular Italo-
GISt Velt*.., AXtUl, Scourge
"It1 i ".- tst ist .' that's
: .l. _. y fe t o E -:,a
c ih ., '..:. ot -o
in -o.gle it." .
.Not that Quina has eiacty been
idle 'since that fateful Tarch 6ve.
aufa in Hollywood. He. h- 'hJad
supporting roles with Gry 'o*per
in "Blowin. Wild," mnaObl.Mex-
loe and with Kirk D&igl' in
aUysa," made in-Rome .
' He also hat a" walk -o-.Qeo iTl
F. 1 I.4i-as.a fetatu.' "For.
i en pa," and' *i rt
C "CavalUiA .RustdcaB tb
anie produetioa.. s A
Weneaaqu I


.- an x le.tr.' .
MrryjB aaQ ed a iln.Jmuh a way aa to allow u., pPlPt ng
t t.t Madi]Igteeed by'a mall, hidden electric mecmailssm.


ogaine Edtdor Arriwn

Here Today On oodwilTur
y ,n .---1 .

Oum dins: CAtiThwod d;-ote .'of .to real a smaller-onBscof lst-
tIe direct ors of thie Spanish- ing of 60 rubies whitcl,,begts at
l sufge mateazInIe Vislon hg- the rate of 72 a nmimit A -sxall
riv lnrfn the Istmus_ tdoay, oiu lephca of the royal crAm givea
thie'lier Kungsholm for a tiO- 'this piece the finishing,touch
day stay. These pieces are now on ex.
AO head of the CatherWhod hlbit at the IMaseumsq MI iod.
Foundation, he will t r a ve 1 ern Art Ip .New Yorland will
through South America on a be taken to Paris, Lop0o,
c.od-will tour for the project Edinburgh, use, Dme.and
ivhlh he has undertaken, an ex- Lisbon sometime t .year.
tenaive, long-term program for Next year toe Jewel*-wil be
a second renaissance in the art shown in Central aad South
o0 jewelry. America.
Towards this goal Catherwood This expoAition of the Dali
recenUtly purchased a magnilfi- collection ine f tnot noqt in-
,collection of sciful red Jew- terestin- projeiit undrtaken uy
els and myrtic medals designed the CatherwoM4 .ndat.i0 n.
by Salvador Dall. since Its beRginnrng 1;194. DPu-
Ing the firet. few years t-
TThe calecttior. which Includes foundation limited, tte.l-f.. t
a pee rkioq.wna.t Christ's light %ranting scholarshipaln unifae'-
tai de&.CCstoYtook four monins s.ties to further -zed M .aJO J
to complete.- It Is a plain gold a:lentiflc research -
crTa.Set bn,. a "trompe 1'oeil" OCsterwqov wa
irom *tlc" flight appears to companled on
emern e ln the storm of 600 dia- bv his wife ilof
mon. Aiso -part, of the. collUe- row after a's -f
tion'. he "WQuBeen'a CoraPa n ence.:isd a 'i _
H.rt,' a gold hear~ wJ e Ai tor ia..


Quinn, in a iy'$ curv.eti i-
Sophia Lo uel -toduibftt a- -816, W
swer to Jav*-.3aW zl-
cOiel- r lane Rouer, ~as t:tvet.
ea American a c to r, Eduard6,
Clanielli.
Ponti-De-Laurenttis also assign- -
ed a top role to lovely Irene Papas,
a -sultry siren who won interna- W-
.tiw atatenuo- whe she captuM d
tim-"fIs Grzece"' beaut-t, ie
o.ee years ago. .-
S e seemezIa itte dpob .ta ifhae
p 9.11,i o AI* .ePfArJe -puld 'jct
Mdof-into theulpper ou.Ost 1 wmrld
mmdom-If he pryoves ie's g good
mas ost people-believe.- .V
"I've been staying awake ts,
t thinking about this
said Quinn. "You know tl* _ild
saying about opportul91n.Jy
kiweking once? Well, r t Ib *
is it, and if I grab. it W Ot
hends, then I won't bte
'I ke Italy, antd I i tal-
IM Thby get very thu tic
about their pictures, and eery
day of shooting Is like.'the first da : l
to ihlm. yIn HoUy-ood, everythiTH A EL TAKE OV|
is et.and-dried, and its just.ke ion' Ls dduI E ,..EL' h Tex.
an assembly line. They bave a set Io part Ld.4. T.
time schedule there for making a
picture, and they have to finih itL 0,a 'wp
5: that time. or someone will want
to know the reason why.. kn
"Here, they don't mind taking
an extra month or two om a film,
Lost so it comes right, the way
ey want it."

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built up ove t' e-paa t Tyears.
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Two partners in an independent
movie-producing company recently
called it a lay. Explaining why
they cou- l'.t get .lg,A ne part,
ner said tbhe @4,Wj* '
His held was bigger than both
of us."
G L GLG SPek will de.
cide whether to X out their mar-
riage when he arrives in April for
a dometie huddle .. It's either
Eleaor rke or Olivia de Havil-
land 's Blng Crdsby's leading lady
in "Cuntry Girl," Jennifer Jones
bowed out when the stork tagged
her.
Betty Grable and" Harry James
nix- '4 bid to headline one of
N 's' Comedy Hours. Betty's 15
pounds of .ws *ght may have
had soinetng to oWith it.
Paulette tUoddard'i legal lights
In Hollywood Insist that there has
been no marriage of La Goddard
to novelist tl ch Warta Re'marque.
Certain Iegl pa ri that would
have-begn rdItuired are under lock
and key i. mov.e-tBwn.


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The 're ta..king ao ces, with
the version of Breakftt in
Hollywood, wbich originate every
during re*de the Ambassador
Hotel pl. Th'ete's a duphebate o
the pool on an NBC sound stage in
case of rain.
s pere's notw ,"P-erect' label o!
ul o osdtello's tcdea after three
months' rest. He's set for a TV
return the third Sunday ia.Mardbh.
Jane Wyman had her phone dis-
connected and won't discuss her
Divorce from Freddie Karger with
anybody ... KiFtty Carlisle, des-
perately ill a few months back,
will be MacDonsld Care'a co-star
la "Anniversary Walt" It's Mac's
first Broadway play since "Lady
In the Dark." Moss Hart, Kitty's
husband, directs.
It's "I really don't know" from
Dawn Adams as an answer to the
big question about marriage to.
Prince Vittotio Massimo in Rome,
with her added footnote: "We're
not officially engaged."
After working for years on her
autobiography, "This My Life'
Mary Pickford's now saying shell
never let it be published.


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RALLIES'FROM SURGEBM ,- Va Sut Susan allun ade plans
h 'tutu.- thif week, up she sw'er friends for the first th
sinee her e was ampathid. With her devoted flpei Richt
Song holding her hand. SUnt teo[ iewsmen that she would ms
e, feW with a light. arliflhal le weljb would cable bar,
hope w t-ta4 li*, to:dance, play l gaptfA go sw"i
Wan and beautiful In a roseh-olored negligee, Susan's e
haipsed with hope. a; she told of Uhiversal-International's p
to star her iu a him Just as seep as she is able to report
'work. .. :. ... .
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Stman added, squeezing Dick's hand. "ly, want 1** I
wedding." W.. wn a '
' Susan lost her leg as a result of a'malignant growth wti
appeared after she had suffered two falls She was Injured t
first time while making "East of Sumatra" at U-I. and then I
again at her home. For a time It was hoped that the leg Woe
heal. Smus hpent many months in a cast, but when the h ju
bpane malignant, she. reed to the amputation to snav hen iN


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Dub Managers June Hove'r Goes Bacqk ,

Wildcafftters into Show Bus ss
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IOLLYWOOD (UP)- "Wildcat- HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 13, -(VP) "But the letters certainly add. this ntern
ter" is the ta Rosemary Cloony June Haver goes back to wo= k ed to my discifon to work again," of movie
sad Gu ite *uI have uang. onto Monday and it was letters from the pretty blonde said in her first sldeable n
personal managers, artists and re- fans that gave, her the final nush interview since her headlined re, Circlel. '] ,,
pertoire men in the lP re- towards a- return to show busi. turn to. Hollywood. .
i"s Industry. And It ur. ness, she aid today, r
"We all know" -said w r11y, The smiling, bright-e yed ac- "I decided to go back to actinfor t e exhnge
that an oil operator who has tress, sporting a fluffy Italian after I received letters from al tween the two oun
risked his saboetrings on afw haircut, will co-star ith: Jack qver the w o r I d-thousands of start at. Can"g4* I
si re, fee ru1 d out in Crson on the .'u-: Radio Tbga! them. They wanted tL. kn6w when tivali mcir u e pon a
rdle of re ust on th ter. It wi e 'her flrt profession- I was going bank. They said they It was still not -.kti
thousand-to- chance t h'sit al appearance, since she' gave up were. happy I was contemplating films Rumsia weald sa d
dight be covedqg a gusher is cell- her career to enter a Kansas ceQ it, and wanted to see me, espe- were expected. to be,
ed a wildcatter. vent a year ago. i cially in happy stories. quality it was unlikey..
Guy inter ed to say that if She changed her mind and "So many pointed out bow vets would want to face
she was npi that Mitchell cae home last fall, but hedged much good can be done through ternational crltiecs taft '
and Clooney we e once a couple then as to whether she would go the entertainer ent field, iin the years of absence with
of square feet, she was absolutely back to acting. right sort if. stories." productions. -
t lr e' st the other day" he said, The list of particna fl
S "I heard fellow say, There goes' The lin t Of s artl n i i
that square,a Yltell., (tion was .still indefl
S "Let's get k to the. wildcat. e w hic this *. ters," continued iasle. "The rules which this ar
* closest my manage Joe Schrib- that the closing date for
m n gets to @goiswhea hetrt se .
drives into a service st an, b t arly while the date l
Still think the name fits. notilfcaton of what-
er 1slti te country will send was so%.
for "Joe and his partner, Charlie -21, 1954, only 12 cotustrio.
Trotta, were prospecting around th f a y i
" Cincinnati. They a nady had one thus far announced their
'well' called TonyPastor and his tions. te st
Orchestra bringingn a barrel. My The thrqe Eastern ii
eh sister, Bettie, and I were Pastor's Poulatre entd and Cz wch ee.ll
the vocalists.I Poland and Cechoslo va ,
fell "Joo.didn't have to hock his
uld shoestrings but he invested a small 0 dl 0 "'
ury fortune in both time and money to a(
ife. get me a recording contract. Then t
' e Ctalked a n o t h e r wildcatter,. P ml mas
nameMitch Miller A & R man WEEK END RELEASE SHOWS 7 an 9 p.m.
for Columbia ecors, into digglngR r vu una
Se .well. They say it came in in OLOR,. CT Beg rch
right along with "Come On-A MyT- -
Guy caught on to the simile and Admisln Prices: to.
id he met his wilcatter on "the Robert STACK, & Price thetUSI re
street" in New Yori, were he i30" tothe fist all-Army talent.
was doing vocals for any sopg- Coleen GRAY, in wiL be held at Service Cu
writer who could raise $45 for a both sides of the Isthmus eta
demonstration record. March 12.
e"I ued to earn anywhere from TheE.nama area prelm
two-fifty to five dollars per demon- will be held. at Ft. Gulick,
ation disk. Sometimes I'd get 12; Ft. Clayton, March .
ocky and catch two in one week. Davis, March 18; Ft.
"One day I.cut a record for Ned eMarch 19; a n d "t.Ab A -in
atington t i t I ed "My Foolish March -0. The Panama at
Heart.''Ned took the record to Ed- Malsare tentatively scheded
die Joy, who is vice president ofnan be held the follows cln
the Santly-Joy music ublishing bN CLR ever, no definite dte h'."
firm. When middle heard the disk by CeOvT ,Corp.diLn te. h".
he said he'd buy the tune and also bo "RA mei co .
would like to meet the siner.oe andmtIThe all-Army final? co
met and that o srrte die woBild- u 198dnIs slated to be staged in
"TattingV" York City area about J
"The-,| thisyear. Arln -n

U waHOW:Of [ SThese finalists winl tbe&.k
e 1:00. 2:34, 4:40, 6:46 38:15 P.M. sa guests on a network tl
Ma ne. For ki, -* -- t1,O LI I --- acclaimed as winners of the
The illustrated lobby display Tu.or TA N, i+ MEDEL, in' A t nZ 90
posters for "Curtain Going Up' ... "Db duty for moret
and the dconcen franextswee cam-EU9O" o preentrR such pa i p,
paign for the Balboa, little Thea- .Oia .-,' MIS RECUEROS" no cogent miltsuhar
ah are both under the direction and my personne seringwit
muinrviinn of RnBruce uinn_ nre- -,- Air Force conrna


Sident of 'the Student Association
of the local high school.
Dates for the -.nusual comedy (/a
i are Wednesday and Thursday at t l
the Diablo Clubhouse, with cur-
tain time at 7:30. Only 100 seats
on the center aisle are reserved Diablo
at $1 each, while all the other Bur
PANAMAi CITY seats in the theatre are marked Deb
A "general admission" and are be- "Prem E
inTHEATRE g sold at 75 cents each.
TH ATRE A special matinie will be given
for school children, with both of
the night perfor- nces given es- rgarit
pecially for adults. The Balboa nob
-wmllu| High School Orchestra will play Arle
the overture anr between the acts *"Here C
of the show. TE
Students ranging from fresh- W .
A VISTA men to seniors are cast in "Cur-
BELLA V IS A tain Going Up," emphasizing the I
1:15 2:45, 4:5 6:55, 9:05 p.m. unusualness of the "different
Comedy Jimmy Doran and Chris B A I
* ON PANORAMIC SCREEN Herron represent the freshmen
From t kd class, with Blair Buchanan, Gill -
From the Shock-Packed Ooaner, Richard Carattini., and Jo Cartoon
AnnSorrell bhing from the sopho-
.i3 more. group.
10 The oanly seniors in the large
cast (in regular heavy speaking
-f ir roles) will be Sylvia Swift and
['." [f- Kirk Tibbetts. Juniors hold the
NAaIE res number of roles with Pat
Quinn, Helen Tilley, Georgia Me-
Ul. A 0IIO Ginn, Margaret Tewinkel, Judy
,a"sVpap Lindsay, Lois Spencer. Charli
.o Carden, Mildred Sandrone, and
Tommy Smith being represented.
A dozen and a half other char.
Eam I A OULE acrs appear in the play, making
CviK MhrlA nOGRAM! a tptal cast of 31, many of whom
SFL AM O CALC TT -double, in brass" 8 play two
.rLAIM5COr 'CALCUTTA roles In the production.
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Several of the top candidates for the $5,000 ad-
dad Francisco Arias Paredes Classic which is sched-
lA1'.ed for March 8 will match strides today in the
i;.atured $1,000 seven furlong sprint for horses of
,sses "A" and "B" at the Juan Franco Race
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Among the classic entrants
eduled to go in today's race
Mirsatoats, Chingri, Noveno.
Road, Relampago II and
ey River.
this group, only Valley
r not rated a serious con-
Sf er today because he is re-
from a layoff. The
a, however, should stage a
e royal."
toats, which will be un-
-,he guidance of saddle ace
Aguirre, will probably go of f
n utuels choice because of
S a impressive head victory over
am o i. Fortunate Hidal-
r. r will be aboard the latter
time.
f f-oveno (Alfredo Vasquez'.
SKIW riding the crest of a win-
5" 15 streak. and speedy Chingri
S^gpgilUo Castillo) are expected
S.give Mirzatoats plenty of
competition. Main Road (Luis
o OGraldo), which is showing im-
S movement in his workouts. could
..Jko cause plenty of trouble.
Boythia, which goes in an en-
try with Main Road: Bendeguz,
anrk Millionaire and Jaqutmauo
tSund out the field. The latter
J twe rate a better than fair
chance.
i. .Yesterday Follow Me II got off
*., t t a splendid start, in fact he
btoke on top, and raced to an
Svtky post-to-post victory in the
' turned $650 Class. "C" one-
I flerand-one-eighth galloo.
FOIlow Me II went off the
u tuels choice and justified his
Sackers hopes to return $4.20
Or ducat.
; 'bolombtan jockey Oscar Ma-
sgot the five-year-oldblack
tf Insulto-Charca off in the
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position all the way around ex-
cept for a brief moment when
Vulcanizado took command.
After Vulcanizado quit follow,
ing his unusual display of early
speed, Anglla took up the chase
and repeatedly tried to get even
with the leader but Follow Me II
was too good and Mazuera only
had to ease up a bit to stave off
each challenge.
At the finish it was Follow
Me II by two full lengths and
he was drawing awky. C'oq Au
Vin came up to finish a poor
third and take the short end of
the purse.
Jockeys Aurello Mena and
Juan (Johnny) Gongora were
the only riders to win more
than one race. They scored two
victories each,
The day's two best win di-
vidends were paid by Piropo
'$21.40 in the second race) and
Klosko ($18 In t e ninth race.)
However, the Kiosko-Hartley
Lass one-two combination re-
turned $239.60 tops for the
afternoon.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1-Mochito $4.60, 3.80, 2.60
2-Golden Bound $5, 3
3-Don Orau $2.40.
SECOND RACE
1-Piropo $21.40. 20.60, 5
2-Risita $3.60, 2.60
3--8rene $5.80.
First Double: (Mechito-Piro-
po) $108.80. *
THIRD RACE
1-Jig's Up $3.20. 2.40, 2.20
2-Wild Wire $5.20, 3
3-Pincel $3.20.
One-Two: (Jig's Up-Wild
Wire) $a.
FOURTH RACE
1-Pregonere $4, 2.60, 2.20
2-P--roon $3, 2.20
3-Don Pitin $2.20.
Quinlela: (Pregoero-P r o -
ton) $4.60.
FIFTH RACE
1--Slxaola $6.80, 3.60
2-Moon Goddess $4.20.
SIXTH RACE
1-Albeit $15.68, 6.60, 4
2-Ttlama $4, 2.60.
3--Paverq $3.2).
SEVENTH RACE
1-.-Swet W1dm'W $6.40, $1, $7
2-Roadmnater $7. $?
3-Jersey Anne $?.
Second Double: (Albeit-
Sweet Windsor) $35.
S EIGHTH RACE
1.-Rose Hip -$5,80. 6.80
a2-Hyper Guard $8.40.
Quinlela: (Rose Hip-Hyper
-Gurd) $11. .
NINTH RACE
-Klbsko $18, 7.80, 6
ar e .jo6s, 4.80
-M Dear .6; .6
-wo:' (Kiosko-.rrtley
tame)t $439.60.
TENTH RACE
4l-P63dand $6.20, 2.40
I rn Mason $2.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
-F]ollow Me 1 $4.20, 3.20
hlgli $4.40.
.AnTlWELFTH RACE
t-Bagdad $3.20, 2.40, 2.20
i.-Riomar $9.60. 3.40
3.-Tap Lady $3.40.
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Louis Naionals gave more
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to the San Die.(c Pacific Coast
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Tom Albton He is the first Ne-
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1-Grisu R. Guerra 11x-Distance handicaps
2-Ariaval V..Castl. 110 -Plenty early foot
3-C. Brand V. Brown 0Ix-4'rft
4-Firenze A. Angulo 100x U~J 4'
5-Tom Collia A Yca lli- 113X ust 'tre
6--Red Oak R. Kellman 115 -Impressive "dbutant"
7-Nehuinco Orte. 11* -Doesnt seeMW Us el
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lit Race "G" Native 6 ,Fgs.Purse: $75.00 Poo ,eles--. .4 5
First Race of the Doable.
1-Malaya R. Guerra 10ox-Rates top chance herp 3-2 A wle y n n i
2-D. Malone S. Carva. 107x-Hasn't shown 0- re Univesty
3-Diana V. Orte. 110 -Chance If she b .la it-1 e
4--. Time A. Mena 114 -Best early speed 4-1 arder an to
5-81n Fin L. Giral. 111 -Dangerous contender 2-1 whip th a
6-Slnceridad A, Vas. 112 -Rates outside chance 5-1 ithpt 1',E never 1 tt
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vezity, each he dhoe -
3nd Race "H" Native i Fgs..Purse: $275.00 Pool elose: 1:15 derneahn
Second Race of the Double ahead of -ae oo"e
ahead of hM. y-is 14
1-Coran 3. Phil. 120 -Good early foot 15-1 "Which one," fan se di b e.
2-L. Molly H. Ruiz 12x-Dosn't figure 15-1 sevye pres~ .
3-Con Valor II V. Brown 97x--Could pay juicy odds 10-1 slvy? the big news fo
4-Lollto M. Ycaza 103x-Usually unpredictable 8-1 As he sppke, a Furman a la e ray venn
5--Collrlo C. A. Gonza. 97x-farily speed on 45-1 was going up for a lsye. Just
6-Bljagual 0. San. 115 -Everything indicted even sich he lay But the mand erq they sw
7-Juan Huincho F. Rose 120 -Returns in fair phape 8-1 nestled the-bal against athe batik.n g5 h6
8-Muchacha V. Ordo. 108 -Better rider this time 2-1 nestled at thbalone solivednstthe question r
"That's Selvy," somebody an- a a
Manhattan College found Frank.Jw ersisobbia
~~~3rd Race 'Non-Winners' ~41aes Fgs.Purse: 50. Pool lose: 1:45 ttn Col f n joined r
ONE TWO lin Delano Selvy easy to identifyy,a -hlwaghtrsa f th tfris O fra
too, but finding him was some- e threadligh outft,
1-S. Naciente A. Ycaza 112x-Good effort last 3-1 thing else, ka. The nation' thne thread o salfis .When w
2-Oklland A. Mena 110 -Okinorl-Quelinda .5-1 leading scorer among major co -thrmar inl and take i.he. thilt.At h w-as
3-G. Glass J. Phil. 107 -Hasn't shown much 5-1 leges was all over the place as he -e fa h ond taken the bafo Adter Ughth
4-BJ-BI H. Alsa. 112 -Ban Antonio-native mare 5-1 whipped 42 points, the third high- ShE hours she was forced to turn the
5-Jal Alal B. Agul. 110 -Better form now even est individual score in the history .i Lh f Aftver another 3 made ne and as
6-S. Velluda F. Hldal. 103 -Has shown nothing 15-1 of the Garden, though the hop Ih W o the te leader te ta
7-Rabiblanco L. Cltal. 112 -Ban Antonio-native 5-1 to ruin the lads from the est i wa the Test marlin seen on the trip
Bronx. a tas-eatmted to found 500 pounds.,
4th Race "H" Native 6% Fg.Parse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20 D a U Perhaps the most amazing ng Uncame up the ud tha oad
a- about Seivy is how he ever got ,reme ng -theond t.tgot
QUINIELA BACK ISWaW -eentl away from Adolph Rupp and Ken- Y'o pa Ued dtI tr o the flauto str k
ACKt IN SWI eentl ucky. Hb. matriculated from Cor-:the .oltrf(P ott rlin. He- trw to gos tht feathers
1-Tin Tan B. Agul. 110 -Distance to liking 5-1 discharged fro.6the Army,l bin i the Blue Grass State. tfrom she ; it en tey wre p e a s o wam
2-D. de Mayo R. Guerra 102x-Poor recent races 10-1 Don 0 This is an era of offensive bas- aaTLho .-a ts te
3--8andra M. Ycaza 97x-Nothing to recommend 15-1 at Fort Sa o't. He ketball and six.foot-three Seivy ..en the n came up birhind the salfI.t baits
4-Canasta Mazue. 106 --Strong finish in last 5-1 won 20 gam rthe Dodgers e itomizes the best. His defensive Chapman waa- t with a 4 threat ig. fe I in-
5-Brisa II E. Orte. 102x-Has auown nothing 15-1 n 1M NA) pay may not measure up to his us 19 h- later the marlin was in the cek-
6--Opex F. Roae 108 -Nothing recently 10-1 attack, but who cares as long as P.it. h this -Joine our f first club wth hit first
7-Pedestal H. Ruiz 6xt-Usually fractious .10-1 he is averaging 41 points shade marlin. 'oi., .s wi b ,.
8-Romantlco A. Vas. 120 -Odds-on favorite 1-2 better than one a minute-a game. When the f iL, d& en a dut up 4 the deck'setubbed,
Pf Tw ii Fouled, h he doped them in calm- SammrY the captain f the Peseadora cled -but as'uhe usually
5th Race "B" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $350.00 Pool closes: 2:5 C cly, setting a Garden record with does, "let's go get the other one." With this, Chapman put his
i i vTe#n eI 16 out of 19. nine thread rig in the water and there J was 0 pounds
1-Blscaya V. Ordo. 118 -Returns from long rest 8-1 "I have not seeon his superior on of marlin on a thirty pound test line. Te fish i ff and
2--Valara B. Aul. 114 -BackIn best form even
2-Valaria B. Agul. 114 -Back in best form even r. offense na eight years at Manhat- jumped all over the ocean. In the short time of minutes
3-Winsab C. A. Gon 99x-Poor form recently 30-1 tan," says Coach Ken Norton the fish was brought to gaff.
4--Yoslklto E. 8le. 118 -Was never better 8-1 LOolO l "And my teams have tackled Another highlight of the trip wps wh sailfish t the two
5-Petite M. Ycaza 100x-Could score In upset 5-1 Bob Cousy of the Boston Celtics, center baits plus the two marl n baits aAd the tw. headlines
6--. Wonder J. Phil. 12 -No. 1 contender 2-1 Temple's Bill Mlkvy and Tom all at the same time. Ever have six salh behind the boat
7-Don Temi A. Mena 112 -Improving steadily 5-1 Gola of the current La S a e wich only two fishermen and a deck han. That hen you
s T is squad. I had a kid, who with hl wish that you either had several more hands or a friend or two
6th Race "I" Imported 6% VF .Purse: $375.-0 Pool closes: 3:3: T r stopped all of them, but we could along. All in all, we would say the folKs had a ,ioe trip and
6th Race Importednot do anything about Selvy.". we hope that they catch lots of fish when they come back to
First Race of the Double -eloiy has two types of one-hand- Panama.
ed. Jump shot. Hrried, he goes No Ase talking about the red snapper, ompepo and cor-
1-Curace A. Mena 118 -Dropped a class 5-1 Today, at 1:00, the second half to the air and bends his body bina around thb causeway and In the .inner bay. Everyone that
2-True Blue L. Giral. 112 -Consistent place horse 3-1 of the Pacific Twilht League backward like a playing card be- is the least bit interested in fishing knows that are there
3-Eacandalo V. Brown 112x-Returns from layoff 10-1 will opIn., The second half shows shuffled. The shot soars so and being caught every day. The dock at the ya t club looks
4-Apretador C. Moren 115x-Nothing to indicate 10-1 a lot Mre promise -than the high you wonder what would'-hap- like a fish market every night when the, boats get n. Nice sight
5-E. Mary F. HIdal. 106 -Worse each time Qut 20-1 firit ha did as k Whls- pen he had to play a gm- isn't it, fishermen. ..
6-M. Etoile J. Gonto. 113x--Last was revealing 4-1 key,omptely ? sructed, it pasm with a pw ceiling. The .
7-M. Fairfax B. Agul. 120 -Usually beats these 5-1 is rumordas p ed up re- amazing traj"ectory akes li s
8-Baby Rol F. Rose 118 -Has good workouts 8-1 tur'nink solder, Charles Hina. qhot next to lfl e to defend
9--(Bir Boss A. Vas. 118 -Will be close up 3-1 '.. tn s against. The has almost no
10-(Pinta M. Yeaoa 103x-The one to beat 3-l, mllg L rn. n 'rsof the the ballet aae -lead L M f
qit- arn e netit 't r lWhe sa e' hel ad-
7th Race "G" Imported 1 Milehree: S50.N Pool eleMes: 4:: .p 'ofe sl ,a.sw ont slts t ... j rio- ,,, i-< l *2
Second BRae of the Double n -- olt me mis- it
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2-C. Prince A. Van. 10x--Needs better form 10-1 ohe-,. currtntl le he lets it o s-scrambles tar the

3--Piranero A. Vas. 115 --Dange ncantender 4-1 Hine. Leai b st, b oa rapa stoAreet* Avenue, conr
u-Pebetero n M. an.Hurley 112 -DiWas tanever betterlk 8-1 Th Pace 's StheY to nm ad tenobm- b.od. wi ore's nM P H R OYlu
--mbers 3. ongo. 105k-Nothing to I-ndicate 15-1 p otved vericth, an l h ave two to follow one cut of ever. two
6-th ace "er Importedscott F -PrseNot 400.00 Poo l lose: 4:40be I ther, but will ind the The er came hen
SBa not evad forgetting "Sa- For ef te first 8 minutes a 0
8--Pin Prn 0. Mane. 11 x-Last race hIndIcates 3-2 d lneaiet seconds against Manhattan, elvy JustoA semmaW mm iS
th Jo didn't sore. Hc mo as u din't A. v n d. w .i
-Pebete n V. HurCal.ey 110 -Was never betfforter 8-1 e Lu e -Strike team win- see adequate enough to -
A. Vas. 118rs of tCompletehely ofat form 50-1 a l f, will ll defenders eos r. .
th e ". ral. .Pu11 : $400.0 Pool oses: 4:40 the, but ill find ers bein s by thea hen team-
....Alu.S 1 Dg-a ettht -rougher this hikf. mates began to hit from ousde...

-i' JA. Mena 1I0L-Bsnon, with will dreie S0-1l vy, you sick cands tbbed a pretty 820
-V a- ong o o mtoo151ed to their roster, and one effective decoy.
1-6Mr e ht 0. Prescott 120 -Mutt drop lower 20-1 of him top-pitehee of the tti at F Once he started to hit, his fakes
2--oOdon o 0p ,T. ongo. 112x-LDistanr handicaps 20-1 hlf, e..haeodways been a threat, bega to appear. A quiqk move- a stAllo.....
3--L. Martha Juflia Rodri. 1-15 -Good recent races 8-1 and toh lhas picked up afew nik ent of the head or a fast 'start -ddn'




8--eChoinba B. Agul. 11 -W asW r y foot 8-1 TlheL'ftret game will feature anced the btll nid-at ando e-
9-A. Mtld F. Hidal. 110-J .. att getaway 3-2 Amteca Legion and Balboa saly hooked it back for a basket.
SHigh school Probable starters His driving, twisting layups be,
9th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgfa.ls': $8.00 Pool closes: 5:15 *Ie o curse, oilndhle oe n d t to to his wonn w ith c Stro n g
ONE TW Charles for Balboa High School. shooting, Selvy is an excellent
S second game, Worn mac k dribbler and knows how to keep 2
1-MPatriotica M. Hurley 120 -WM fere pae 5-1 Whisakey will meet with Lucky the ball, esped ht 'when Furman to f lblohis
2-Mlngo H. Ruisz OIx-Betuirns from layoff 20-1 Strike, and it the rumor is trues il front and .me tm running .A
3-Bolo Joan S. Carva. BTx-Joins imnposalble 50-1 Womack will start Charlie *lno out.
4-Quo Vadis L. Giral. 110 ae card 5-1 and- Lucky Strike will probaby As rich as be is in material, .
5---P. Pearl A. Ycaza 105x- effort Jast 5-1 start .Don Morton. Baron Rupp must kick himself y'- .- .
6-Postinovich V. Ordo. 115-t ani form 3-2 every time lie things of Frank Se.l-. .
7-Mallin F. Hidal. 108 -Go rece nt races 5-1 a .' p vy getting out of Kentuctky. ..
8-State Barge V. Casti. 110 i n s w hand n.s 10-1
9-(Carmela II A. Mena 112 t t-borm 8-1 _______
10-(Sedur O. San. 108 b- It' 8-1

10th Race 'A&3' Imported 7 Fgg.P.uabiS1, -rthe Ueloses: 5:40
1-Bendegus A. Yca.a 10io~n- g w f efne 100-1
2-D. Millionaire H. Ruin 101x--ipc".t. prile 5-1
3--Mirzatoata R. Agul. 110. .t_,wine r 2-1
4-Jaqulmazo A. Mena 10t 5-1
5-V. River O. Chants 110 .Q hS4 flgiUg( pf! 30-1 -
f-.Relampago II P. Hidal. 104 -Rates guos t chance 8-1
7-Chingri V. Castl. 11A -Blaming earl speed 5-1
8-Noveno A. Vas. 118 -ChamincWhIp calibre 3-1 "-,0
9-W(cythia JT. Chuna 10x-Reoturnr tunm brief rew 3-1 -"
10-L(Main Road L. Giral. 110 -.howing Improvement 3-1 -' '


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Ithe, capital e. He lost play- 7. .r' s tte.a ha beooe uneeSde tha onedl tldoa toot freshman, and Berahcoa Lpa a- rrphi "et
te ad st playf fr fr kree other. Of cofrseo, r rtpa r d in 7ou e you how lang Lou Orrig season at Madison Square Gu- e got o Nighte light triumvir tei
thhe's won eotl like thfe Bin Oas. C ai been b t. I tel you. Trteen years. And dro e rO yo etta, who continued t








Loe runner- thf C- Crosby Pro-Amateur and the Ybu could never get the hard-e deSe0nl noted have enrolled at Ro such a a question spring rInto hims othe gy a rito
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di and r econ es t. Paul, Kansa Cty boot to believe that Adph nr zed Francs is little arned dt iscon, but seeing as l
















he western, and Phoenx and enixOpens, buthi repu RPP or the Leington eat of hs, then, was as the Cpper arrived a- d of Hartford, and for The English boxin
Opens. taon is best as a place horse. lear, did one thing. d1 ene t Oieo wthe wrrnt aouhnde fwilo wh o hobe onthe Ra O hrel'lSarday when they were herea
When it *wasn't Ho an, it was A golfer who shoots as well as Coach Rupp, t he. ins n, ft.^me," two he and t~wo-morird o seabrntn, who was all-state. Buckeyes Seek t0--a 9 ****.n W
Dr. ary Midecm or sfe he does is bound tI was aell but blown out of s ame mamer In which a to at he re-ed. One of theo as l m
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f Wr tired of ruling second often wnte to see the very NCAA F nal um-up it wa Dano's maslve aault that atthe m ta 90 tudens when .an
Sof '. He eer thn the horses you bet on to pele who ep his squad out the pennant. llver opened sho with Birring perform i a with that c o
e ta ifor he St. L win. for a season hand him e. trophy last ya. 8haty sale tKS some are. ut








no to Midleff, was This is being rushed into print emblematic of the national chast-'m IT nASy THb t ing a high iroolmdproma -go .L mchi W iS
Ond n uW Frt W e ad before Porky Eddie Oliver finish pionshi t Ntow he may not get Dneaggio hadn't accompanied the al to ston. now i-ev case-have CO, m 1t ( l








tied or secod i the ansass second somewhere else. s desire. entuc ou beat hhad removed the andady from these Introduce wa orknhe overlooked at entrance tne. Oh tte baseball play
City. In *51, be tied for second ----------- a lot of .teams wi out Hagan, out II thetadiium we aa hih shoe, a ie the one Monte .. ^s may ot wie Bif Ten l- M, a
SRamse and Torpolo, ut Ir te Gant uer The center of ttrtn i te, but there ater he nation-
a ewasrnn te O ight not b egoodeough to go For some reason irhos, the ree catcher, hdn't r and the 100-pot victories milk hae ord '.
S .S. and Eas all the wy te NCAr. made p r.lft. and e was in the stadium making le a As far as can be een, the man Floyd St inserted a pra e
a e ,- pitcher adT tri t aff basketball fCoach folk an wLch calas Nor a tre wa to* "
Sni r f o a de ne hod h .1 uota. At one time or another he led Oliver right down to evo wth13 Gold was pardeirg his know- h.


















thald lol by Ralp Guldahl 8 a; StToaa itta' hg recalled, but fabulous bTwaUIFQ^etpe Th^snthoidor
Ts o attended wn th gn of icl Georgii bcut thi was to be n.tu ealriou compatttlwn of tbe ear. h, cviouly smust have nothing more CIt1 cost enty m e fonis a
Edeitt.e Lo. "erob. th a'tar eal didn't py A after bin a htrhotoright-h. Aers erht a putf than t-ick-to tbasllit we're thr f." he sa-. LEAVING iElh!
more wa aa e Hickey of more yea. for I draw wt in te f t me and he as A disturbing th thought is tmeat club ha s f th e otrine d eyes. is a as f r
after this one that Prky Edde toured Euroe with Bra om O'Con te s f. I first coUlof tims I can't b d doesn't travel froff excep-t a manager who obvipousp y wt ar ic, a Ol










Sjaid he d.pay the Ina men, footbaU Dher spet five years o tnet acothe dq ickla ush to get al ou l Then Itrack 0 ticut to ;RSo rane, In southwest s o
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Swherek through 5 onsecute fact tht Oliver o t beh get far In these telekvised t, the eme .











Scares are hot, ,tae n wl h. m Colleges were d esig n ed for tt.de I hit Mel Pnell and Etlia Kldhernhi for one apiece
-hoot them. Coach ke recall- t. n -America 91 t e, s still a record ana one that may endure for years b to capture news
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SAs yea l anomaly c cwithri the ba Sstu. learning his de andee of 1 e of Jack ae ad wearey A
major tournaIne the U.S. "BuSorta reminds me of looksbhlundt,'c oe tfor high-priced coaches of as.t w theap ho w a P os o bi t *A P Arel
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a t r occasion was d e crcumstance dramatic That was the year DiiMa- their exloitsH are attranctun i the line agatlins Kid Ga iln a when the us ss n
rig tolayf efor the U.6 came iE oi a's heel wa a contlning headline story. A bone spur m ena ced school athJetes. Al cr neber,c a spe that moved Di-Gold swun back











Into- ime, wa-unne-u*~~i~ i pn 0- car1m ,i -- ;~ M to t urn hi back .on anonlie plr o e oy contract. He had d I B T S v it u a
to ig In the GA. In thapital iie. He lost play. ir's tun has become hii hisa. career, as surdlnotn eiln t.as o ane tadgoo d n h oe makers fQrmr LoInd Un














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t ondmnlos tafd boffesoTheteser DON'T MISS THIS CrA"(E.. .rT IS ONCE IN A LIFETmIoi
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*e.IH b rtof te o ubothOfw1948 Hudomn Super eoor Sedan tS 950.00 $575v
Sthe r Ope toobby he's won I a a ai roklyn-Lng ia Hudbsn oe r edan 10000
dep e c- Crosby Pro-Amateur and t h a nYu Cold never get the hard-started. To add to the pressure, the Yankers Sedan 1 .u an alarm-
S6 ipd forend aacty boots to hb a re vthatWE slump and the R ied S x. their nearest rivals, were lokng In noted. have enrolled at Ri such ar question b seeping i st







































n t to nit loadinga cbulky si Evep rbic otif v r 1950 Hillman Mnx 4-door Sedan 975.00
Sti Remember too that every Clipper carrs cargo tha me d
an is bet as a place horse. le did one thing bund to wlthserj le-handed with one ho in the 1952 Ford Conul 4doo Sedan la or




































aesa s. Paul Kaansasmt of 1952 Ford Conul oorSedan 145000
t. o rt money over sthothe i ts t e. trt Bir v sou

aher ina Olive r W astock p now an the n, is lvervidleaon. Baron Rupp tl re tv -- e m d 1th 949 Lincon ha e-d Sedan 800.i0 5ae t-ebie e
,tied yr sodfn t for K sa ired of ruling se ond often Wanted to s e the very NCAA final sum-upe ite @naDgeo th e Yauee W the a wasddJ1-themroed at t sentae -Ohetnbla-
Cthe Wye, In f 4 "he fdro-f s e tho n the horses you bet on to te a mso weopleHa an, out in h tad l9 9n we rlsk Siomt t.h etthat oh wth Rsmh ot i te-t a
Open.- 0MiThis is being rushed into print emblemnfaitic e national eha n- al v oened shop withWBavo C_ e
seband n "W'+h -For t W ayne an d before P orky E ddie O liver fin ish pio s h ITwg I tbs Wae _llW l te tRo lst Yoe ar.-nO O .y 1r (kA "

sih "Ps "a. Ramsey 'and Tsoroepoulog, b ut G ts i et lo the canter of atrclon s 1- b y t
aht not bh goodMeoghrtogo for some mmasnUs Niarhos, the reseiV catcher. hadn't Ivor and the 100-poat victorleR. RI milk shakeflMoord. ,,
al the way in..... N.C. imate Oh,_olsoer, a2d ,10was-in the Stadium mat ing kI a As far as can beseenthe man Floyd Sthbt inswted a rac-

mBA V r n wnpmm0ng, I ,decidedto.;ato rmuupad shine to- throwu1o f.o.
aet. 1SiionNmykyEdieaftrredA 01tomimhor 1 right-hspuad sght euff than iek-o teat .._ we're through h." he says. a h .
mnord he wsenttasEdi Wky Intthui ,thi mor da ott I. the irs gme; and he's as d aturbing thought is*thatclub has fine ehnoee
mha rs o ure d oe ih ro m one t f S iJa T hj first coiler s 0t times I can'tt boy doesn't travel froni Oonnec. aqonl we've dropped g met
vA Immnid he u1gth tit le
i.ghed hea .l~h~r _e U Sm na m eant footba p her sp out n e ye ars t fctiha at. ouI hu g c .n gh t ht aRloudt foul. Then I track ticut to Rio 0rante, in I o tth ia st lack of height." .....F.agetta. -
O Ue .g .b .sket ls In h low e d h s of le aisng o o e ut o u nde au th e gam e.
s rho tthem. a mat en w n the bn te b e Colleges were designed far,- e n aam e
P,. 'vsutca "'_VaIt k notwledgepane Serur eo ab r off 'ack 1Lrsmer add we are off a runnltt atutaly, I'd re-hanog.
ois21ve-Y the We Tower,, h knowla" ye afris urQthin more mamNbe'the t k tiw n1 sere any time. ,ut the big thing wha the

major tourantent the U.& 'Aorta reminds me of Schlundt," loophole for high-priced coaches e I- touldhPutweaight son- wh eel tn hc a h oe g
'pt d-y dlklla.ud i-'S.esta 1r: at fV W d. th.. ....... ,' looktinbg to. destroy Old Siwathk ik earong,
and'r occasion was denied the Don Schlundt is the Hoosiers' the big aha next year. 'g-time nit 7tA whenthe day comes he finds t 'wel l a t
r'Igh4,e playoff for the U.S. Qpen, 6-10,Big Tea a oring leader., It should be thrown out.019M Ain deiu, wst erien c ,lb alwa y It a t rov D
-Ma .to turn .sis back on anotll (1V0iG cOntract. He had
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htsag foul near the dug-; MISS THIS'..-
Out. The thir baseman grabs it, D
then falls-into the dugout. Can
the runners advance?

am *MAV;, eyare-,lowed to 1948 Hudson Super 4-don Sedan $
10 V-4 clippers Carry Sarg., jAllj krgs cab -r 1948 Hudsun Comm. hrWoer Sedan10.00
r S.aaL!. n.ta res..1Q. flat Viuothe om.st victories 4wdoor Sedan 1050.00 7
.rn swain u arg. racked.u" Hat Newhouserethe 19.9 Hudson Super ."or Sean


p. m.d .e rve .moe .. ...AND MANY (Yf IER CARS T VERY AfRACPL
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HEARSE BECOMES A HOME The James Elmer Craft.family look dejected as they peer out TWENT VI-NINTHIlSAI P .I ,Z8""
.the windows of a hearse that has been their home lor three weeks at Detroit. The father was
laid off from his lob as a grinder last year and the family was forced to move Into the hearse
when they were evicted from their farm at Lake Orion.,Mith, b.


Haymes, Hayworthlust Like Ordinary
BY HINDI D IAMOND- ,_pte.b W.

People-They Have Landlord Trouble hr l rpjrter r
Pentate=wr ntHa.. e.For the 43 short but exciting ,ind. .
S n.inutea they were in the s I Me, w a l
GREENWICH Cronn., Feb 13 racing deportation action, hadtel suite in New York while a courtesy of the new2Uth-Alr -, :
(UP) Rita Hayworth and her landlord troubles- added to his sheriff s ood outside with a war- cue Squadron's hellcoptmea H-1B8 weather .'p
trouble-beset husband D i c k woes and was under nptioe to rant for their arrest on charges tne newsman weta covined tw r ,fdMW.A rounds'
Hayme, iou-.i-, tne financial de- move out by next Moaidwy, of non-support brought by this was the u -andeBming o ldta et olus at
mands of tili landlord today Dick and Rita rentedthe big Haymes' former Wie.. Joanne rode of transportation of t night, an tt kings
with charges he endangered thp stone and stucco mans#l6 last Dru. A compromise was finally future. .ul wehtt I:k mer
life of Rita's three-year-old October shortly after thatimar- reached under whlc Haymes At ride'a end, at least two of missions. .
daughter Yasmin by allowing riage. -. and Rita were able tp letve. -ne were ready to trade- t .
phoLographers to take the child's theft -Maoples for the new~nfau
pi Lture. They moved In with Yrsmip, 3. Haymes also has been busy the gled flythe machine. o Jp or e'-
Landlord Joseph Kraeler daughter of Aly Khan. Rebetca, ast few weeks makng depos- The expensive rass er,'
claims the couple owe him $675 9. daughter of Orson- Welles, a tons in the action brought by hich in the civilian son
rent and $4000 for damage to governess and a Negap house- the government to deport him tcoets bout t$10 000 h si wded
his 14-room hlice keeper. as an alien. dvantaes over the d-styte Ch
They replecI that Kraeler ----- n
broke the law bv permitting Rita and Dick had been spend-I
newsmen to photograph the in about two days a week thpre, a




ta'kenking false statements ciose surveillance. .l d ;ro S
b t em, and damaGing their an ia rduK ael roere D b .ERLIN Feb. 13 (UgPee tC ws are -ijlerald I ^ ijind^ Mn to e a.Americ

Hayme whose financial woes a-wtitoatta enund li'froe r t: r
daugt o ne y han the remainder t r V.gdlng I ortri s Int 1r1 1 4 9.i
after the FBI had warned New voluminous cllrk. on o




agel only 10 d said Kria-most of them oDv a .rlg fior the naas U mad d t.




etfler had no right to post a dep- Last week Dicfc and. Itit bar- ttrSlzatica ofAustit 4 te e e .'o o--
Ty shearif to panned h to rfile aYesthemserdayy, Deputy laShe text t r
ord next week, charging him Iv. He brought lan trtwoo ql aB l r I h A ;
with allowing the pteIures to be tonts to keep toe place urer ssIst,"I SiO I_..ov Ra-







-.pra is er h sa id h h e Pao .. -p et. -,S o ,,e ,p s: ..- m.o.d
wi th allowi g e wotheireo e ou.ls an.e-.T e. to" .- .'v at *
taken, making false statements ciose surveillance t P en |t h .






ti-r --e -Del tWietI Arabia ,. O.r.u n '"nr frQWA tB. hople e op
about them, and damaging r S Gtheir h L dor d Krael or de r Fe .1' ee p li r an t e ho el
























orderedt Di ..g=L .."F, Feb. lealesU 1* WSithi: H IV>-.-H: fJ1AeiB
Utttod andRita out by Monday but 0t n t. Calln h .
































Fla U.P.)- Aran tp olo giStae11 ops FnH ^ s,: ar .
Haymes. whose financial woes a writ of attainment". under- t wt- "posonou, De sid: Btjf slons are e-,idLt'fro m-t t m

















a, ,, i n a etn d e m e nS o r e --- I t 11o e rl o a lf o r e t mld stlr i...to...

















-a "r H. a. Bradly d "a flflt 'lr fdiflkeclg a)A roThoYa. TEhpnafrom Thal, Pt n bam t3i i Cpptet
deputies his New th ork voluminous olton of rec m ords ,;tnint y2t11 41feig ns t i la 8 W
Fltel only 10 days ago, said Kra- most of them ov MayT5. 3t.' .hwmip t i#heU Aio qn pro t A... ....
ier had no right to post a dep- Last week D and .a bar- it for i the rmunet made y rda tC w uld -
t sheriff toa wah his person- raded thee- her'o- ~$ rizat&U of Austria, J irrpot leoyevolgitl te ot. on. .





















ea Vocae bit tel denou rd V teL textbut. alo e- .
belongings in the elaborate -- u f it t wndu red cter o W e in r -
stctlet p bt erl deno n eetnre tt be t h4 -
Tdot-style house. He said theIVRe0nt ee or de oen '
t e n t i s n o t d u e u n til M o n d a y ..a.. v.pi tyef m imt e rsay i n e rth e ne a I, ..o. .- .-
Re saud he and Rita and her
*g I t ng Austria. drawal, thenn I have every confti. r
a9, had prmised to vacate sMade3dence that the remaining diff-
er that time. "If this four power meeting les, -which areas verylli ght,
appraised, he said. had accepted the Soet" ,Prie. can be comr sed. .
s no damage ldonae toh we woald expose ourselves be- "Then we could in fact con-
Santiue Crur thi lore the worts aas beln moral chide the' Austrian state treaty
ugrh BarrierCrum. theirmoualt. u f e
eased a statement ay- --Aristotle y- 0P*.alOe otl-a
would charge Ir Aeler .hl ep ntiu e hs sh, .4 I have# frfelted 'am''bore with an tonorab l success ?' -
.hippln fir,. rlf ootf lotov had proposead that
p ere4 little Yasmin's life cret deal with R#44k ,Lfr'A. ti 111" o wu ilhv n ess tQ ft1IP Bre| restore to Austria the
pictures of her. transport somes C tttUoItdwre g to-resetntov d topoeutrh a t ae
t tkins of these pictures h 'nation'sroil in h a 'adn -- min.e ce- ler mnd, h asele d It in 193 8 T
th eroats becaustOa f edsy informed a.ir. Austrlia's neutralization -drafted witin three month.
tnin,`uatio"ay...,- "n.troops be keut
deputy sheriff parked They saki thle .er .a-t lthe C?,liftY until after the
in the living room of the -iparentlv W good faith "It will not.
and kept an eye on flick's an exueRUraethe oi
A record collection an the Aran -, 'dO ed that the gists., three months to reaaj-
T aph ror alleged on-asA rabtn r "be .forbidden to ureemat, it can eia
y fofre allegd d Cet-Pay- S: Atr~u bi to *-, W ich adjoins Aus- in. -three days or even legs."
o.. rent and damage to an- Saulary base.
mes, harassed by a suit Onss is r in et l ippethe Molotov plan Det aled the Molotov pa
S y a former wife and with former tep.Jo a- tratter peculiar sandwiceh"r
scy fD-Mass. a-.d others on t c -'The- outside was all right, o'
..es of onspi, s to defr4aid.,"batInbetwebn the top-o
i c eolar adr bottom he inserted o
asrplus tanker Ideal... tt ls' tPeraty, instead of ree-

S ubsum eIB under the Oalnnement with rq nt.Au a# tla, would e sablish a n
f";leend O"na"ssis' S4 b wul a KI"f Atttrisa without freedom a.n, d
Vorize hhntM.arviqport all o'l -- wltbOut Independence."-
C o m m o m n ot carriefl. In v-pdels ow ned b3 titria-nforeign minister "eo-
Fla. ( T.P.)-I In return iouldgive 1. Lg FI, anltys Edoreign seFren
need asubstitutefor 1eaudi A ea wy Athony Eden anFren
fts being manufactured here ton Of 9i1hr..n o
Plant .-theTannetdenouncrd the Molotov plan
psseeThe State orei b Ieu enu LEGHORN. I-sly, Feb. 13 2 i.9 osslble.
si u m c rn r w s knn atls.are w sed for divine assistance al tearf'hl, said Molotoy'.
It' a lightweight white sub- deeply adc .wqid Ont the re- today in his battle with the "lanh Till Asai th -I-
used in plaster andc ement ported aTSnUW 4. Italian, Ioverment as local. "'deep .dsapintment and dti.
9f UUn. it was r "i""' aithotties debate whether to'..r
nuw s substance causes ce- was arrstinpgMa hb-e rm anke ~t c hurch.e o "s ETIM u FEELt W .'Rt l Uthe air.- .; uttb .a Te anama Ame
I todry muchfast. Ln lA'prea cer, Wynday Hud- What good.o-ldartreaty:be m4
mixed with ordinary bia's new R 4 bn AbboIain oi s r au "psin Au 1 "" r4" .
us also much stronger Asia. Arazact ad m tde Its ar-: ultgt arred thet public from the -- I' ". *" .
rskngements -lh: the. preae/ nu
maid Perlite isn" ade in .uler's lather. yesd. h p of the local branch of Ia et milensen, which -"" *
ag Itr. te Iathe.' Chrch of Christ he Is try- p t m would take"'" """"
from the West are fed Balb gT4 Hudson digdainfu'lly rejeced ._e4kl t.t1 arlipment
darnace where 9wey expand .-- crarges 11 d y made j ct heesaid
weighs only':about eight*-:53 a.m O C.... .., :13-"a.u. o e COm m un st party, a i" prson. t".
per cubic foot.' 1:41 p.m...o6....,..-. 1:3 p. give lair fIu the Church people W4uI. 4e10t have evenA 9strian "-"
of Christ, my only concern has ;ne 'remoteh thought of unio ",e
be.e to divulge God's word," t O.nay,.as Molotofu hon t.' -
Hudson told the press, Qggestod."- -"" """v" i













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t.o have,. the
ol1' Ouro
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Beraucei. The
memrsly dur-
ua in 1050.
11tr~i's fa-
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blly fluted
d1 has it,
4pte in 1745,
ain, whose
listens
aj. considered
iplei of stone
* Ouro Preto,
Ae, a national
BeIt.
to Indiana is
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trid of
at the
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re breed.
Sat the rate
flies won't

e, .eer, because
dfi.
The I fies willdi in experiments
W determine how *ey have learn-
A to overcome theosofous 44
etm f the = one ly DDT and
oiher Insecticides. -
ULke.p man doomed to executionM
te flMe are fed wll---bering ra
on a healthy diet V bran, altalM
meal, yeast afd l64L
The scientists #Ii them an
esthetic injected with one insetft
"or an al thr
exi takes A lace tOt make
immune to -i -.set-
Enatmologist L N.March sad
there aresn a falk u thatNOT
winI ever E~gAIRn1 ",-' df6 -


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noIletters& *fl .te food cluekgSe
..cotilat t I att** I the t0nglish Ian.
t .gg* p P a M Other;re 00, AA,
I M 3.tt H. .7 1. SQ u. 00,Y.. WW, xx nd I y.
b- W double 1t app ,la the probl3g e slf
,w oi!is- a ui.- n -., e* q esq a y2, iolwv
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Bach tlatter In th M division
p.Ob~~''r rwents a difgtt grom
1 7p0 .You ae requireot-" work
out, th aAbd on correctly.. ah
r It Tepresents ito rIVeae..
A a clue-to -help ou Not. 0, 8
-pqh i, otieeys that .i psu
H equas S. The only. possible
valuo of 8, therefore, is zero.
After you have solved the prob.
lem. arrange the letteoi from 1
to 0 to obtain the keyword.
DBL) OMRIJ t (OW .
WMOE


Ttowin tm. mugs- 1ONA
ng toy that can be / /
made at home of odds / / /
and ends. /
Cut out the two eSo- / / I 1 u0 oU 7 oaaa e 7SS
I and 2 ftiote d.wIdg d .ldR MW Th
above. Glue or tape r what occupation was the
them to a piece of L pe t t )
.ardborard. a putthe pole to pole tfro
cardboard to shape, 'ueuwaasqqwa* Seamy
Now obtain a piece of ordinary
writia papet. Irrom it cut a Tt "
strip apptfltmately inch wide. PLA YJnVG WITH vWORDS
Th in to be vshed oftxe DD 8 to a cluster of tents to get a rascal. The
about the edgi of the two places A anweJwO, ld be CAP, BCAMP. Now t
of cardboard to form a maCl box CAMP Now try
with rouded ends. Before tas- teus:
te'al. however, Inert several 1 Add S to competent and get a valuable fur.
irond lnd pellets eore l bsU 2. Add to uniform and get -alucky .number.
Ilgs. Do not Insert more pellets
thIan wn fi t aeroM the box in 3. Add B to murder and get art.
one row. 4. Add 8 to a writing necessity and get a baein.
The toy f now ready to per-
forM, .Pla it at thet part Add S to a measure of length and get a fa.
a loping surface and start t t exp rsion.s'up 'r


A VALENTINE SURPRISE j


Heart Throbber


AXWID Into the barb of this
g ary tree are ..the
tit of 10 pairs of famous lovers,
real and Sctional. How many can
yra. Identity T
-BEu e aa example;- lJ ,'
puipst be Romeo "d Joulet. ,
4wve or better correct answers
is-a good soore.
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A Meu-". Size Projec
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owed ogf t wh wan of a tfhyhes ober roa-
S- imes thA seW/ssn.M O 9 wowbNeA. Not only
does a pwMe 9 aSalS pted for hoD" eraftsme
to, ac s -it Go "aeiM Me way for.wblerw'nd
better 4d-youmd/ obMveehWt. TAh wUorbovech
shows. Jre -4t0pl. to Had- with insespwsn
materit It vS It .*P'J*tt* w4 i natsrdy
enou y. to 0 ft a PoUodlew too. With pows help.
nZ'T w~as "tWI tw bt don't b that d woe't
sp it mowen omfple fed
Mfterni 1 s x4"-st d et L ft. long.
1 if'-& ft. loag.
1 Xxy (pta. or iMUMIla wood).e
4 ft loag.
1 %, ir t(pt or almilar wooeed)-
ftL 1gw.
1 e X e-14 ft. l ag.
I %-"oA '- t t.4. 4
(Dineanuloejv gIl g stock sies; will vary from
Y to 1/4-lB0h Mup OiAUng.)
To begin, cut two-by4our into 26' and 2 lengths
to make end posts 4A ts wrou respatively.
Spike or 4g uorew them pieces together. Reaeo
.and posts two laucs miom front and 'etr edges of
1Me ruMAe. TJOi 4pPer O nd posts with foot-long
fleces of two-by-ftur.
SNext cut the twwby-twelve plunkliw In 48lnelr
gtiw for .the tops. (Select smoothest aides for
workingin g sprtae.) Ot two % by 8-fda b cleatos 24
inchesI lo&ng, uab. ull thee across the bottom
Surface of thl p5m1kl, Bush with the ends. Now
nail (toeaa) end seotileos (end pests nd runners
which havi beth spied) against the cleats to the
bottom of bench top.
It IK not neoagewry that cross wbce4 at rear be
expat dupipfate ewfept tor appearance. Fit them
and nitch them at point of titerasction and nail
thin to eacs of the rear aend posts Bad at center.
A drawer ia not necsiOary unlessyou'desire one.
howeverj It will be tounid to e- espeally con-


v nt for small tool and oc-
M re Wall tOe 'end runner
ow draw s I"did6ted in di -
ge Use .4 by 4neh board for
frnt, back and sides. A piece of
%-taob plywood or lmiUar wood
makes a ood awer bottom.
Bnd rnasrers for drawer as vell
as for lower shelf an piece of
1 by 2. SL tln thee. Cut %"
shelving to St.
Tool dpael require additional
materials and eaA be of :wha er
dimenslous deslre. Panel. own
is approximately 80 inches deep
by 48' log. A lapge pleas of
%-inch plywood or several pines
of pine or similar wood framed
by molding or twoInchb tripping
will do the trick. Qasult your
hardware dealer fb. tool holders.
or impfovise them as neeoegary.


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What Can It Be?
IHOW quikry can you
Through what the following,
couple decrlbas?
A word of O syl able, eay and
short,
Read 6cwlprde Mand forward
the sme.
It sprem m entiments ware
from the hart,
And to beaWy lkea prlaolmsl
claIm.
..o,, JA 54j iuapsg
Anw, Please
"rmumE'S a catch to this poe6r.
S See i you can o ad its How
Ie It possible to take 1 from 29
and have 0 left? '
iwn "wo 1 m wl xxx


Which Is Whih? -It's the Dgoned Puzzle HOW DO YOU FIGURE?


By 3. N. N.acDo ld
N our village are seven realt-
dents whose pmea are: Mr.
Cocker, Mr. Poke, Mr. Pug. Mr.
Pom, Mr. St. Bernard, Mr. Blood-
hound, .44 Mr.-Ma.tiff.
They severally but hot respec-
tively possess dogs of breeds cor-
responding to their names. Can
you find out from the following
.clues who owns each dog?
1. No breed belongs to an
owner with tas ame name..
2. Only es owmer ba dog of


a breed 4t wito the-e m begins
with -the t a better of his own
& Mr. MEstls dog's hnhema
nsamemm a Ib mare.
4. The t. Bermt' e owner to
Mr. Poa's wife's elter'e bus-
bmad.'
5. TlBe aestu weighs t"e same
a hi e oer's taOee.
&. .A Beersrdo dog's, hp-
aja auamaekM Is the owner of
7. The Cookers owner's caalne


uneaenp i Wmid by. the humnau
neameste of SW MUatUFe dog.
Of fthe f vUage, Mr. Pekm
and Mf. PVg .ae the only blsae-
lore.
9. Three of the men pesese
dogs whblih ar eoausldernbly
larger thh their seamle same

ieAd *A mama
lm -U :J9reqa ( 413 noU punoq
ig 'JM i9Waqpoi suac uro
*ljjet J a ~w "iao R id *mmy


(E mSsm._a4. mnnvanar 49 d'ft I. tid!.^ Jasne ^7aa sSi


1. When we'll I
celebrate the ___
509th anntver- 5
ary of the dis-
covery of Amer-
& What a tight-,
wad Ups; what a i
ependthrift takes
homte.
S year lo
ousrta. -
8. Area of five
square plots, 13
0. Pp toa of the U.i nxs. *
12. Vx op-tbir offt a il or ta, what
will oneel _t alt prty appM i for?
15.; a the Odd V vws: ff 3 4 0 8 7 2 40
*DOW
1. Solomja could truthfUlly tell a-brid that a0e
was in tbat sand.
2. A dead and feour.score.
S. Ten yean more until the Century Plant bloom
4. Ratil TAw solestlat who ought to know
4ew to it as 8 0.
6. f t Oe Sat of a month is on a Friday, the Meond
Thurndaay' oithe -_.L
7. Bvo a diamond for their animwersry.
8. Octob a 'ae d be the -th month,
9. f tenoS
10.' avey year. two million women of U suddenir
become thi -ep
1. IU your apd ml were ours, ours would be
thrice Yvon a"d twi"e mine. What have we?
13. Whita fetter has three syables?
14. Next PresIdential inaugural: 19-.
15. A an.
1. U. S. Supreme Court members.
1 *B t 91 '-n -8ou8 *0-II '-OI n-l


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1-What Is the fourth book of
the New Xstaeut?
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their clenslng .(uk6 17:11) 61-Mixture of aow and rain.
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.af.er pumping operations were completed on the
sh&p, at was uecLareu safe and iree of gases. "
...e reign ,er was towed tnrougn the Laal and ai
ber.neu ao me repair aoCKs in rastooal zor cleaning
and inspectaon to oetermne he extent oz01 her. am-
-ca.nwhile, the Canal began processing cojpenau,
. Ut, iur uepenments ot the ueceasea workers, as well
a& colaipend.iaon ior those wno received injuries.
-0-
Welcome news came trum Washington for about
39ou auraier ucal-ihe empiuyes. 'aer aisanilty re-
jiez ciie~as were to ue Uppejd o l.u lur eaca year of
service, wan a mximuim set at *ol a monan.
...vanLing oruy re6Oien. a.sennuwei d sLgnaiure, the
W vasui Le tziectve, retroacLaveAy to Peu. 1. 'Jne now
.UAcreajts wl toGa1 aoout ?%5U,UuU a montn. Tne butl
zeceveu swung oacAng iarorp not oiuy tne JLsennow-
or auimnisbraAun, otu. zrom ihe Cana., tne C.U, A&L.
ana tae lauonai As ocatiuon of Ktedtred M.mpioyea.
-o0
ThirLy-four retired locai-rate employes of the Ca-
Mjai u. acueu to Lne.r znme lor miuuy years, and re-
,.ar~*.u to Jamaica to dye.
-.icy were ine ialgest group of repatriates ever to
be &ei., oy rIne Canai oy arpmane. Por many, it mean;
a ILrsi aLrpiane nrue. dacu oi the reuree employee
was given an allowance of *50 zor tne transpoura-
uion of houbenod goo0s and neavier oaggage wnica
could no0 accompaaiy tnem oy plane.
-0-
AlLhbugh the detas have pot yet been worked
ou,, a pman is afoot to huIe more ,u.al-late heap as
.aue u inIs fouows closely toe announcement atom
in* ueparmuent of ane Air eorce in Was angton las;
its wored-wioe operation "Native Son" wll also ap-
pty to Albrooan. '~aAe types involved would be anver'.
AimcaCen pouce, ceruna clerks, and persons used In
general nousemeeping chores-not techniciansns" min
w.e highly s*iheei sense.
Besides saving men In uniform. t4e program is
deiMg.ee t6A save on housing, feeming, and medical
a"Ve o aits employes.
Duplication within mne services was geLting the
once-uver again .wiitn tne arrival here oi lour Uk..
senators I rom the nenae Appropriations Committee.
a ^,ay oDeore tneir appearance on mte Isthmus, how-
ett as least one new consolidat.on was accomplian-
ec. .'ne ML. hope coid storage -pian will be merged
w.n toe rmy as faclutles at Coroza.
...;e new conLsohoatlon wul become effective some-
tia.e nexc mon.n, witn the Canal taKing over a por-
tion o t ue military plant ior its use. I; was done to
mare possible a more economical ano efficient opera.
uon and to avoid extensive rehabilitation which would
have oeen required at the Mt. Hope plant.
-- 0 -
Par. of the Tivoli Uues. House is being converted
In.u a coxiee shop to service Zonlans who previously
aL. aLL tne Ancon Cluohouse, which w!ll be closed down
m te Lars. o next month. Temporary date for the open-
JInu w.s aoout Feb. 23.
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0
Ano.ier old familiar landmark will make way for
mo.,ern Limes. Tne Signal Station atop Sosa Hill will
be abandoned effective March 13. The oldest of Canal
signal stations often helped Panama cabbies deter-
mnne when a ship was aue to doKic. thus enabling
them to be on hand to greet passengers.
A continued slackening of work has resulted in the
fo.it.ry at the Balboa shops of the Industrial Divi-
sion to be ordered closed March 12. Sixteen men, five
o' them Americans have been notified of their re-
* cu:.won, and efforts are being maae to place them
el~w..-.e in the Canal organization.
-0-
0 e.e: News In Brief: This was onu of the heaviest
'_...; of the tourist season as ovei 1000 sight-seers
sv ..-rs our shores...The Pacific Reefer was sold-for
$1000,0 to Proveedora Internaclonal
0-
-\ special police judge on the Islanc of Otoque cap-
tu. and lorthwiLh sentenced to two years each on
Coiba, four men found aboard a launch carrying 11
sacA o mrrinuana.


Tue marziluana. which police said was bound for
PF.nma and probably came from one of the Islands
of the Sak Miguel archipielago, was valued at ap-
proxamately $4500.
".ie special police Judge made the capture when the
launch put In to Otqt.e to undergo miner repairs..
A fwo-' h inswette sa by fireman "teehlelan
3.tanl Gr""d 19" .' a :that plie f, .f

*stEe Cf i11 repair of. the olen fire alarm .y..e..
wAr emasell by the deterioraten of undriawund
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* AT wws8 a mt 4 t s" i4ish 2expMsson .,s ,te reignter Ltunot ood. at ,
Jr. lbeiae John Mte, ne #1-year-old Amexau -
Me4pre foreman who died qoon after the bim, th
M occurred at Mier 14 in Waleoa, the other tI
4 claimed from the ezxplion were Walter .
ide. &I, an American wno was chief chaemfSt a
MEilra1ores Laboratory, oocgfrmia Alp4t At
vjjmnaer, 44, whoGled wun.in an a o eosa o0iier
itma burns, ana Hugo Villacres, an .uaorean ateve.
.4u~re.
AU week blood denors helped the injured workmen
Waio were being treated I walil 12 of Gorgam ies- AnI
uala, wan two ooctora in constant attendance. pe
A ad or inquiry whie et to prooe toU itre .
Gnd consequenrt expzation Astl pIlc not state delln- ch
SItalwy weaer tie ccloent occurreda as a rest of an tji
expiAosve gas wnIac emanatea from a shipment of soy B
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defend against P erciI ?In. N Yotr k t
March 5 ,.
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O the a of ght rit-OsO .W
the m er t t U
the Chic State ''O. f a
had been tn tha sa
death of his wift i to .0
state of asholLce ds 4 ald Nel ..on.
hi wife had died.
eIson won the tw i
brut J0oe 7_1904e,
He held the title wtAl Ol0w Aa
in 40 rounds at POWite
Nelson, w4q was e
had his ups an A h
. fo.upe was em at etriy haIf a' n
lars, dut he loshe. ya nt hecsh of
In the last fbW years 'o Ibs -M, Nelson Was a fa_
liar figure along Chcago 'skd Row," but he never t
lost the dignity of a champion.
Veterans Ed Fu-gol and Gasy .Middleoft po d
plenty of excitement Monday bgfme E ny.i s
won the Phoenix Opennt. ,o- M.ef ,
aurgol woA top Woneu in the tOwS fI
sinking a 6nerfolt putt on tU41 fhrsteztr e
'"sudden death? plWff. The top
regulation 18-hole playoff n In
tie in two days by sboutlng de parrt
they wound -tp In a-tie at .-2 -oterthe
holes.


Middlecoff, the former det frm Me h
a two-stroke leftd after 37 hqle When q toA
bogeys on the 15th, 16th and lMth hoteA.
Memphis pro couldn't hold the marOin nd .
bogey six oh the final hole. Furgo l ganed a tie with
a 12-foot putU.
Miadlecofrs troubles mounted on the first extr, hole.
when his drive was wide and 'hly second .ih also
strayed far off course. Furgol reached .th pE n In
two and his third shot paut him within one foot of the
pin. Mkiddleoff 'conceded the title it that point and
the St. Louis uro had his first major championship in
several years.


The general manager of the Detroit teer dip
agrees with a claim made by the Chicago" 4'BoL
Muddy Ruel says Detroit will have jlus
as fast as that of the White Box. cd i
outfield of Minnie Mfloso, Jim Riar. r. Stfty
Groth would be the speediest in the -Amie ague.
Ruel says: '-Watch the speed of rcok.e". Hlin
and Bill Tuttle to go with Jim Delsling."'- Rilddde;
"We don't know whether "allne and Tuttle c- hit.
but they can run and throw. To me. a run z.ayea In
just as good as a run batted in." a ...' -.....
Xtaiine was signed for a $40,000 bonus a s'
kep. on the luger roster two seasons. 'He-
a .ew sames last season. Tuttle hbit .27
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Spi..,,r of the White sax. also har
to n,..e. Southpaw Billy Pierce says he
of wnng 20 games and that the White
the New York Yankees :rom winning ..
straight pennant. ..,_...
Pierce says: "The Yankee are gamb
Harry By rd makng a comeback and th
to mss Johnny who has retired.
of games last year because of a hit
This year I'm sure we'll get those hits." .
Pierce also warns to watch out for AI ly
says: '"Ted Williams will give the Reu Sdk be
with them all season. Jackle Jensen shotddul ...
Here and there in basepml,. righth-t,
ley-counted on as a mae O the Bal
g staff-has for wbaijto
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32-Hard
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34-Bufo
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406- Salt,
41--sn(
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on- despair
7--Senoe
I. organ
177-Gisaps
80--Trasok
S 82-Ver6
le farrpi
8,5-High
S- priest
p of -
tain ., Israel
88-Drunk-
inly ards
8--Caonciudea
e 89-Rear ap-
pendage
91 -E.A t'


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lutell.
94-W tihdraw
from
union
9* -English
Quaker
97-Sluggish
Ss-Bpaplah
title
100-Hastened
101-1Lager
S10-ThroB*
bing of the
arteries
- 104-rollows
1Q0-Free
from
108-Peruse
, 109-Murderer
110-Edible
seed
112-Tricked
114-Play-
things
116-Colder
119-Decay
i 120--Exclama-
tion
121-Ereeses
125--Protuber.
ance of
the ear
126-L-Tenant
120-Wide-
mouthed
pot
130-Single.
thing
131-B8rders
132--Din
133--Claw
134-Elizabeth
.136---Tinters
136-Diner
S137f-Expec-
torated


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1-Htalt
2-D1welling
8-Goddess
of
discord
4-Explode
5-Write
6-Borough
in
England
7-Feminine
name
8-Topaz
humming.
bird.
9-Runs off
the track
10-poruonq
11-Caressing
stroke
12-One of
hs .
Great
Lakes
13-Expiate
14-Translate
I5--laA.lty
16-Hebrew
month
IT-Only
this
18-Declared
25-Moving
part
31-Ancient.
country
of
Greece
33-Indian
34-Servanht
35-Beach
37-Char.
.acterizisg
a Tlo
tonic law
38--$use of
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poetry


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39-Bages .
of honr
40--SiBgte- -
mited
vesolS
42-Depart ,
44-Gener-
ally
45--Moving
about' "
46-Rent -
48--lorase
49-'-Purhi hed
shoes
51-Waste
matter
54- Head
covering -
S--Incrusted
57-Monkey--
60-Barters -
termeh"
tation
63-Make
obeisance
66--Pose
68-Cereal
grass
9--Cloth
measure
71-Tin
container
73-Chemical
compound
75-Back-
ward
7T-Harass
78--Radio
comedian
79-Dawn
goddess
UI-Dill
82-Metal .
83--Uneven.
'as if eaten
away
84--Cndukt


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from a
wound
90-Some
93-Close-
fitting
garments
95-Tenny.
sonian
heroine
96--Goad '
97-Acts of
con- -
vincing
99-Lively
dance
t02--Volatile :
liquid
103-Work
with
.ateadcinda
101-- Em-
barked
107-Compul-
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109-Fl er
ill-Poor
113-Exclamin
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114-The ones .
indicated
'115-Society
116--Sharpen
a razor
117-Wading .
bird
S118-Storm
120-Mine
entrance
122-Applaud
123-Charles
Lamb
124--Condi.
mnenr
127-Weght
in India
128-African
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POETS' CORNER
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SONG
By WILLIAM JUSTEMA
This is the song of those who live alone,
who, when the boat has sailed, the plane has flown,
the train Is gone,
turning from an open space to a closed one,
are confronted by other visitors-
promiscuous affection, impotent devotion.
Too little and too late! Too much and much toe soon
When the heart haa ldt its wisdom.
how shall it be educated?
How, living in a room of more than ordinary view,
can the view be delimited
or the room contain two-
not one and a mgltltude?
Watchers from behind curtained windows,
receivers of a monthly letter,
lingerers under the arches of bridges,
driftwood and fine-edittions collectors,
artists, all of you, in all save 14ving
pariahs and saints-this song is for you.

SNOW LIGHT
By RABVINA CONRAD RICETER
There Is a light
About ahe anew
STha differs from
The jae tomed. glow
When ,mjrmAngs tonte



a .lmo ays-

pakium hawe.
oon on an Saturn
sdnt gve
In Wboeh we live,
This t spheree
Bo fugitive.
And when the children
Come to sled
And streak the park
With paths of red,
Wb start, as from
A dream in bed.
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PROFESSORS LIKE MINUTIAE
By HELEN BEVINGTON
Professors taught me by the learned hour
That Keats was tiny, Burns a hefty man,
Gerantama were Dickens' favorite flower,
And Shelley was a vegetarian.
I have met Walpole's cat and Byron's dog
In pious company of pedagogue.
With whom how friskily did I pass by
The literature for the minutiae.

CAREER
By GERTA KENNEDY
Ambition grows on her
like stairs around a tower;
she la never alone again.
The stairs ascend her.
The foreman smokes In the garden.
Insidlous gradual.
the deadly scaffold grows
beside the windows.
and she never remembers,
later, what was the blight
Chat killed each rose.


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The gte wis taken on aiy utaet in Tbran, i. lf
adopt t atr, Tehrana idte rsw a film, l r pared W bM U. a
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own bant... t oon beca e sa
Standard Opeain Pnoeedure... h

Didjae 1w Glea Miller wo thi
tbheM-. fmas "Wotch. Come
Along i -r Was fori "Basin
Street mi ... Well, hi did.,. Sa.ly
And the v.oryHiuse for 'Ma Jack it'

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teller," she said between, tears. 'I it egt
o then t
"But WI

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Wheel Of Frtune, A Tragedy.in gleam h
Two Aure At I (New York, De- tihttr
member, IM): GleMaor Ailler taxied think
toMiller theook ckory House for a Jack or
TNorseman Cn ... He found bHise t
his sWiev el seobbin at a rer IGlari
ta .. "I've b ever thortune cl a
teller," she sad between te "I -
wasp told you would be 'klled In an
acWldent within ten years."..-
Glean tried to console her. "For
tune tlhrs ae lifakes. You know -Taka
that. Ther can't predict the fu- Killet h
turef." .. Act I (on, De- and fo
cember, 134): Major Alton Glenn a mad Wt
Miller took i a sigle-engr t ined .k.
Noreman C for Paris ... He 4th
was never seen again.w a Fay

In 1am, onar.t every three tat rt
term in *e uatinal juke boxes
sported a Millear labeL (P.S. n i
Juke-boxes An those days were taqe,
Webstered 'e boxes") .. .Vari. .o w
ety summeduvp a Glenn Miller "AbrlI
esSa. ante opposite adituti
Ja' c h'eiaea ficker aas follow.: early
d .... iler thawt of ... AF
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