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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00292
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Sand Civil Service Commni.
D when hearings start Feb. 23.
I PW, ia is The fringe beAeolts mention-
tttV upprS ext I th 11e bi would'afect all
9WIt T .D ovennt e aployes on -te
t fren- Zone4 oth tlW Oanal, and
before the those who fwec for the Armed
it as ppr.o The il inclade" provisions to
a r tomor- allow to and one half times
-v weg, legal base pay for work done on hol-
pth U. sB. CIU days an, true 'time-and-a-half
le_ erdIn to for ovetmie. It guarantees a
riesinaht 0 jintmIl iof two hours pay for
rsc- i-vice.bei- sany pe= called out for an
emergenle and-t $100 a yelr
,,aairn S prolson jr th purchase and
o.mittee **"0 runlf*pis wlhicdI f
-at s may be required to
M. t suQas those worn
hearing on the y aUr policemen, firemen,
al Co; geverunent l and customs in-
ll as the A r- e ..
his prit cipal bust- a*W 1598'11hch wauld
r howea wrll be to permit ebqvsw CtosaIl towa.
nates U.al. s -'tto- d ., .
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AS ur0v:Rep"W OO.Albert Rab1s Pn-
-d aduear before Al, w tt rofjdtce the bi
iIs, Us ..ea ma .j- iran .

Two little Panamanian Rgirls
were drowned ever the weekend
a the catun tifte area.
Henwlnia Rodriguez, six, ac-
cidentally fell overboard while
she. was riding In a small cayuco
naTr herhome -t Cirito. The
child was sent by her grand-
mother, Saturnina Mufioz, with
whom she rhudes, to borrow
some salt. from her mother, a
short distance away, according
to a police report.
A -nelhboi found the eayueq
floating anp Ur.afterwards on
riday mortig, ith the child's
4ot lookHl.,ow. into the lake.
The se f atalty was Isa-
bela IM. Q s, ur-and-a-half-
year-old Jnug.ter of Tomas
Quiros wb rth 1, on land lease
north of Gamboa on GattOt
Lake. The body ws found by
the mother In a it three ad
a. half feet of water'dear a small
floating dock n fropt of her
According to a police report,
fthd mother together with Idur
children, including the victim
were putude their' home. For
some ason, the mother left her
ehldren alone when she walked
a short distance out of thi
SWhb she returned, ihe
la wasn mlssng.
W .revealed the child had
ned. BecaVle het husband
Swag away on a ftshing trip, se
Wva forced to wait until he We-
turned before they could report
Sthe accident to police.

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lassx-POW to r he Utedtt ay tbe on 13. back
he gives out a e after al t Travis Atr. force
Calif. Flig 'Iur Peggy L. Berbeimer attends thE
S. epalated soldier.

Neutral Repatiation Commission

About Ready To tk Up In Korea

will approve Usn1 suWiL Wr W
last act' of" a turbulent -eer In
Korea. .,
The Indian eirman, following
a two hour d 15 miate meet-
ing of the calmission, said res-
nants ofthe "fp would continue
to function "almost up to the 91st
of this month.".
But the senior Swedisk and
Swiss delegates will -.leave for
their homes follow a meeting
tomorrow to Sb'I 94b comiM-
slin's final eporiBr ints five-
month assignment. .
The alternate Swidyh and Swiss
delegates will r rma to work
out tne details ofs ecMnmissions'

Ofaung ing autfously on her
barnade-rimer i anchor-c.hain,
she Padpac Retera pried the
deeply-bedded hopk out of the
muck northbound lQ* rbor and
found e bad ot- thie knace
of answe*Ing signals from a
pilot. a
Under her own iteam,- the
shrimp packer, tranuited the
Canal northbound : O Ceistobas

It was reported ujuptain this
morning-Just =whet tee er i
will heit out, Itb arb- Ic
bean en route %ot. Prob- W
ably she will reCaristo- p l
bal a day fo two r ref.tting
such gear as deteriorated uA.
ing her long stay "on thbescl. j
in Balboa. 4
The ship had been Immobills-
ed by admiralty libels since ear-
ly last June.
All claims were cleared up
and she was turned over to her
new owners, Proveedora Inter-
naclonal. S. A., 1at J uW wesk.

One Thousand Red t
Terrorism Wiped 0
Out In Johore ,.
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tid the disposition of
S w prisoners accused
S3l -ctmp crimes -is the on-
holding up final adoption
B dtodyGe. Max.
To aid the Cmmu.
W lle t 'ea i are train.
_ary.aetivaly" and warned
i ed thrst still hangs
t easy armltice agree.
t eighth Army commander
Sa' press conference that
the nese and North Koreans
habv pde "'n essential chance
HIn .ground strength since the
trnae g a signed nearly seven
101 cautioned: "They are
tra ver actively," and add
ed, Communist threat still
is Vt us."
w.jd Armiy is North Korea
is ated at about .1,000,000

USdA Directors
Set or Meeting-
Atf blo Tonight

rd of Directors of the
uelns' Association is
to meet tonight at
iablo. Members of the
I lear reports from
Rennie on her meet-
the visiting Senators,
pBrandl will speak on
conference with Ed-
acon, assistant to the
of the Army.
[embers from the At-
e met Saturday at r-
argarita. Their le er-
mpaiWn and Stateside
were discussed-.

OTOW. Feb. 15 (U?)
S magazine "Aviafltl
more than 400
two new type' are
ncthern RHitia "'a-
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cn ont mnt."
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over to A* aWee
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Raig Yacht

CoW bied sea and air sewcha
for the missing yacht Dirlgo I]
is still continuing off the west-
ern coast of Mexico. Tb -boa.
sent an 80 last Monday 310
miles sopth of Acapulco, Me.xpl,
and hat been unreported since
The 11th Coast Guard District,
Long Bebach California .is con-
trolln the search which has
utilized the services of the Air
Rescue Service (UOAF) in ad-
dition to their own.
Two SA-I1 Albatross amphibi-
ans of the 28th Air Rescue
Squadron .at Albrook ans two
SA-16's from the States have
been .operatiW. from Tapachula,
MexlP .
A spobsa 4n to4ay statedall
avfatun fuel' had ben.-exhausted
at that location and the aircraft
would'robably move to Mexico
City from wjich two US Coast
Guard aircraft are also parti-
cipatintg In. the search.
In addition to the aircraft,
an unknown number of US sur-
lace vessels lave been combing
the search area.

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potlaq which as
Lti "ike a nacreous ghost
1h last une. '.
Vten the case ws called for
tri lat Dec. I, the Fideral
eces Finance Corporation,
tlff, produced a refinance
cnact, executed ..e Panama,
an signed by Chaft Edward
Booker, providing ja. monthly
paments on the I convert-
ie.Attorney Woodrow De Cas-
tt appeared for the plaintiff,
:Bt Boohe, repreideted by
Qtnay PD. J. M eiaidi clam-
ed h ever received ahad-
green vehicle on lmich he
pd an $800 cat et.
After that te a
mass of co4flic oy
In his final ba few
days, go. Attorney fNevin
claims hat -one MatI ,Harley,
who signed the contact, did
not hive to the car "a hence
the qpntract was neve valid.
De Castro, in the plaintiffs
ief filed earlier,. Claha that a
lid contract was eitabhshed
the consent t-the parties
d that the contract la there-
ae qualified documeannt. He
Sue that thq plintiff has
Iad-.a prima aele case.
uto dealer Roy johnson. who
since one oWv A business
Parama, promised delivery
I tha.ear,. B e.rtes. .fled, Wut
S er came through with the
ile on whichl- reflnanc-
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TOKYO, Feb. 15 (UP)-Gen. .O, P. Wwton i
air commander in the For East, slid .todd4iy m
built Invader light bombers are beifg flowito
tb bolster the French air force. "'
Weyland also announced that, o. regular S,
new is flig supplies to 250 Air Forcet-r
aot work A Indochina on an aircraft iiite asOI'
".W laml returned to his Tokyo- headquarters
Tlwrqfr flowing conferences with PFvnch amnd J
p .ine. of' Iials in Saigbn.
lu 9 g my visit to the trpubkd areas of JIpdhki
I wa s dressed with the French and Vietnres Min,
tary a rship and their utilization of. U.S. 4Wat py e

'I is my opinion that the military si 'ti.to 04
can be expected to improve in the near fpu re. .. *
Weyland declined to reveal the east bItt1,f.,e jr
total number of Invaders turned the caps situated--'
over to the French by his Fa A A ji V .
Weyland said: "Twelve were e
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forces." ,
Meanwhile, a three-power an-
ti-submerlne exercise involving
neatly 30 warships and 10,000
men began Sunday in the South
China Sea between the Philip-
pines and Induchina.
A United States naval com-
mand spokesman in the Phil-
ippines said: "Operation So-
nata," taInelving warships and
,planes of the U.S., Britain and
France, would continue 10
The spokesman said the exer-
cise was designed to perfect
skills of .he three navies In sub-
marinU detection and destruc-
The exercise war given signi-
ficance with the flareup of
fighting in Indochina. It came
after report that:
1) The Rusairns have almost
one-third of their submarine
force In Far Eastern waters.
2: The. submarines have been
ror supplying Communist rebel
forces in Indochina and the
3) Some official quarters in
Washington have studied the
possibility of blockading the In-
dochina coast and,1osswbly bke
Chinese oast sho itua-
tion reach what the Miler a
:-itical point. -..- -
Meanwhile. French UriU p
troops routed two Vietuhh
Communist rebel forces today In
'ientning attacks that remeed.
the threat of encirclement of the
royal Laotian capital, of Luahig
Prabang. ih Indochina.

One force of rebels had moved
by raft across the Mekong. to
.tab -t the French and Laotian
defenders on the hitherto ieeure

anter "i .svrr ha

Though tSe a
thrown bc e
observers said t he
tactics of inl1trait
element could bi.
peated at 4 nuein
around the eoty.
But the calm of
bang was aot diteMr
sudden Red move",
It was Fteafte
a dating Frn t
behind the Ites f
im ,nI'# Te*th div'.wi
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Off CrlsS.

Tourist netw
Into PanMa tfr it
failed 4he sl ahbt(f
season mh week
Aboat 2S.ae

ther INV.
The lTae 'Ama vt
to arrive here team
ing w bring 6 I
for a' 2 s*hp i
city. Tht, e
schedule leav
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NEW YORK. Feb.W 15 (UP) -
panama won top ultlon It both
credits and collections in the
51at semi-annual survey Qon-
cucted by the Foreign Crfedit In-
ierchahne Bureau, on comtMer-
cial credit and collection condi-
tions In Lptln-.Amerlcan mar-
kets during the last half of 1953.
It Was followed closely by the
header in past surveys, Nicara-
tua, which took second place.
Fifteen countriq Improved
their credit position. seven
r pints and two remained Qn-
changed in this mrovey. -
Outstanding performance was
'Pristerad by Brazil which gain-
.d 56 polntr man advanced fromn
the "very poor" to the "fairly
wood" credit clasaiflcatlon.
SUrguay Imptoved 21 points,
?araguay 30, Eruador, 20 and
Chile was uo 19 Peru lost 15
>kolnts while Venezuela dropped
In collections. Brazil again lel
with ag Rain of 24 points, follow-
.d by Paraguay with 22 and
'ruguay and Chile with 12.'
Declines of 6 points in collec-
tion ratings were registered in
Costa Rica and Venezuela.

Two French Naval


Feb. 15 (t'TwW nh na-
val officer todaya set a new deep
sea diving r .ord when they
bluneed 4,050 *.eus (nearly two
and one-half WNW) beneath the
sea in a fish-Bed bathyscape.
Their dive o# l83iS feet bested
by 2.819 feet' th previous record
for descent to the ocean's floor.
set by Swiss- scientist Prof. Au-
Suste Piccard and his son last
Sent. 30.
The 50-fkot ubmarine like
bathyscape. the 'FNR-83" set its
new record in a five hours and
11 minutes plzme to the "bot-
tom of the wOrld" in a deep
canyon' i the sea floor. 120 miles
off this Wat -African nort.
Lt. Cridr. Nicolas Houot and
engineer Heet Willem hoped, in
making th deeD diving explora-
tion of the ooe6f deaths to brinq
back data on ocean life which
heretofore has been only a mat-
trr for speculation.
It probably WW be several days
before their findings can be clas-
sified nd evaluated.

Schocht To Advise
Irrn On Curing
Financial Ills
TERRAN, 7t. 15 (UP)-Hjal-
mar Sdbac.ht. former financial
wizard of Adolf Hitler's Ger-
many. Was to arrive by plane
today to advise the government
of Premiek Fazlollah Zahedi on
how to cure it4 financial Ills.
Schacht, whose Invitation to
visit Tehran came from the Cen-
tral Bank of Iran, is expected
to discuss currency matters with
the Zahedi government.

man said: "We are happy to
have the pictures and are very
muoh interested in them."
Without oitclosint the source
of the. petures and perform-
ance dita. Aviation Week iden-
tified the ptmes as the Ilyushin
38 pad Tupelev 200:
T Tn-40, resembling the
B, IWasiA. Is powered by SiM
e wn aa wep back wings.
t t speed of 465 miles
abar .M.d can fly at 51,00

th. 3l1., a smaller, four
a i tt ~was said to have
&W of 480 mph and
t- .000 feet. Of
the s-3 t~e new-
amyl ie little or no
jP;GMes M

high-altitude, electronic -bomb- Tu 200. '
ing systems. Diane. 15
Aviation Week said its uho- The W .
tographs and accomufanting turet, s
Information "confirm Otn. rai JOulI
buildup of offensive air power tbih
within the Soviet Union."- bnly re
The Tu-200 was said to have runs.
a range of 4,000 miles without Military
aerial refueling. The II-'s that Defense
range was given as 3.000 miles. E. Wilsan, i
or somewhat less then that of lt year.
America's Stratolet bomber. Air FMare
The Tu-00's wingspan 236 siWe"
feet. exceeds that of the -. He aU
by sl feet and t S-foot encethe
length e iares wit he B- or ofe
36's 162 tfee *
War U2
pefealve ar mues t of the Air-M
sanes, the imagine Mids o
ass U -

re r uu Ustil waetie B oUw
SThe pictures showed radar tse W warf gapsidr wtu
loipllations = the undersides system Y ne o-retWretable
of the tuelagtes. Indcatin Run thmn* ass M.sa. 31m

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turAd in the last batch of Panama Americans plenty of in-
tutA*m neats. One thing, the earnings of the Panama Canal
~ pi y, brbftht back to me a little chat I had with Col, Goe-
tSal just before the Canal was finished.
SThe colonel asked If I thought the Canal would pay, and I
: were yes, If It never Rpt a ship through.
1"1bw?." Myks the colonel.
Getting back the malaria i id to run it, I told him. The Pau-
RAilroad would gay a dividend without running a train, on
(ala alone, why not the Canal.
Glad to learn things are changing a little and the employes
have some take-home pay after all.
This week .end we had two notables as visitors: Ckrdinal
an of New York to officiate for his nephew knd namesake,
Dre* Pearson of the Wbahington Merry GO Round.
Our first r6al event of the year begins In mid-February, the
t Stock Show lasting 10 days.
Will be looking for you and if the towst can't accommodate
Sw have a half-dozen good towns thirty minutes away with
moace and 6Mod roads for the trip,.
My addresa is still 988 Bailey Avenue..
W. J. (Pop) Wright

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Traveling Around

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i hricin 5 Is able
Seomuitry 6 Opposed
SI Coy 7 Mexican coin
S.SawiI d 8 German city
Mountain Vehicle for the
i- "EmerUsd Isle" sick
-0 Prayers 10 Non-clerical
14 Priench month 11 Color
IS Sandinte 1I Frozen water 30 Check 47 Paradise
Container 20 Buffalo 31 Unemployed 48 Geraint's wife
I Purposeful 22 Attire 33 Iris (corfb. in Arthurian
10 Male deer 24 Greek form) leXend
Ai Covers mountain 35 Vend again S0 Bewildered
C SNothir R23 'Former 40 Merited 51 Musical
Is (comb. 'soldiers (coll.) 43Too old directions
26 Non-repeaters 45 River in 52 Italian town
i t3 Windshield France 55 Town in
S ttachment 46 Heavy cord Minnesota
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Three flying : i,
United States, and oy. ,
hours from our Pa
the Communit Intefi
ates a replica es the B N r
Machine which it casOi lf a
an "agrarian reform" .art in
China before It took oyet thee
tire mainland. -
Just as that Comaiid
in the Orient won bysaa
have the Soviets virtual. I tted
us without filMng a shot Gte-
mala. Now only swift and
a nda .aidcan, all o
Central Ametca from 'ng So
viet in a few years.
This our State Dept. hs known
for years. To my personal knowl-
edge it has been warned 1epeted-
ly by several authorities, include.
ing the most knowing ofall, ra-
fino Romauldi, the AFILs Latin
American expert, that the S6viets
are using Guatemala. as a vakt
There have been warnings of
submarine landings, of the use of
Guatemalan passports by Red op-
eratives, of the sekire and con-
trol of the General Confederation
of Labor by Soviet agent Lombar-
do Toledano, of private ChaiiMn
nist airfields, and of lrms and
money shipments to Central Amer-
ican Reds as far north as Mexic.,
So tough is this network that all
the countries near Guatemala have
informed the U. S. that they must
guard their frontiers With heavy
nmiltary contingent. Thp Soviets,
operating in Guatemala, hlve been
intriguing against onduras, El
Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica
and Panama in Central America
and against Cuba and the Domini-
can Republic in tbe West Indies.
Our intelligence files are jammed
with this information.
Soviet agents come and go about
Zocolo in Guatemala City, as
though it were Red Square in Mos-
cow. For example, during the first
week of May 1952, the Comintern
sent a "rep" in by name of Com-
lade Ramirez. He arrived by air
from Mexico City. He called a se-
cret conference of all Central
American and Caribbean Comniu-
nist leaders.
Then this 45-year-old, well dress.
ed, cultured agent got up and told
'the Comrades how to intensify
their undercover, anti-U. 01, revo-
lutionary activities in their respec-
tive countries. The Dominican in-
telligence services passed this on
to the U. S. We did nothing.
There is a pro-Communist Le-
glen operating in Guatemala which
receives its instructions and mon.
ey through the Czech diplomatic
mission there. Its weapons are
Czech. In turn, this Legion helps
the military cadres of the labor
federation now controlled by Tole-
The link Is not with Moscow
alone. There are reports of sub-
marine nding and.depattpres of
Clinese agents to towho. re spe-
ellstQ ih t ieTure. -
The Soviet intelligence services
operate through the Guatemalan
diplomatic offices in Paris, tradi-
tional center of Russia's western

Moscow's influence Is also pow-
erful in the Guatemalan radio and
press. During the Korean war
these media told the usual lies
about our alleged "germ warfare."
The discredited film produced by
X ,vletized Chinese accusing our
fo of this type of warfare was
sabow in the public schools.
!-Am there a r e government
seh6ols to train Communist "land
reformers" and labor leaders.
For the Guatemalans to shout
complaints against those bf us who
haVe Ae files rammed with evi-
daese Oviet dominance is the
seresAt arrogance.
For example, when the com-
pletely Communist-controlled Sec-
ond .kr Union Congress opened
at tett eatro America in- Guate-
malea Cty this Jan. 29, the gov
emrnme officially congratulated It
for "-pefection of its organization
and diaseplrae which is evident in
every oe of its member labor
unions..*1 *
When Stalin died last year. the
Guatemalan labor dictator Victor
Manuel Gutierrez, insisted that the
national Congress observe a min-
ut' of siaeW. Then 6ne of Gutier-
res' cotads called Stalin:
"The champion of Democracy
and a 3uide and teacher of hu-
No one rose to object Some Con-
gress, Indeed!
To top it all, it Is virtually ille-
gal to be anti-Communist. The
Prasdential jpuard has shot down
anti-Soviet sdt~.de protesting the
discharge Of anti-Red members of
the Supreme Court. Anti-Commu-
nist radio broadcasters have been
beaten and a uted. Anti-Commu-
nist yoSR espolitlal leaders
have ben =mtdered machine
gunned in Capon style,
The documentation is available.
It -ha been fer several years now.
"ut ppareWt he. ome In our gov-
erumJ t caurd iuth. Now what
are we waiting for?
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SYDNEY, Australia One of I say that one ma y feel sorry
the reasons I am happy to be out for Mr. .Rubirosa -because marry-
of the country right n6w is based ing rich spoiled ones s the tough-
in the fact that I do not have to est way to igake a living that I
be bludgeoned to death with the know of since you .have to be
doings of the sisters Gabor and' reasonably polite to the dame or
Manha Gabor. and of Iori Dbuke, she cuts offyour allowance. But
and of Porfirlo Rubiross and Bar at that he's lucky to have chosen
b a r a Hutton. And, especially poor Barb over Zsa Zsa because
whether the new television which Zsa Zsa certainly wouldn't have
will allow a family to see two pro given him any money,
grams at once, on the same mach I am no great moralist, and
ine, will contribute concretely to scarcely a pri.ut.it is possible
the mass neuroticism of America. to de, rg8 with
Insofar as the American press is the rn-t
concerned, nothing much seems to vestedtn ourtyet
be. going on in America these days over e pNat do..:..
except the Gabors, a flock of HMun Tife peo4l ai. 4ae
garan adventuiesses who heve impoCrtant d news wo
run up about 18 husbands among their evtry move is elos O
them, and who are the most unih ed as im whp
hibited hams, from Zsa ZEa to midni h in
Mema, who ever invaded any hap or ji
leso land. mar
I notice that the aik r2sa casu'ains u
darling of many and husband of and with as
several, showed up in a night club tached.
some tme back wearing a mink
patch over a moused eye, osten Their excessively trivial doings
asbly administered by Senor Rubi are chronicled as carefully as bul-
rosa, who jilted her for Barbara letins on Sir Winston Churchill's
Hutton. This was given more im health, and with more attention to
por-mnqe than the- discovery of detail tbaa to a play-by-plpy on
pelllin, the scaling of Mount Everest. You
Oe may feel sorry for poor Mr. see the same tired bunch in Paris
Subirosa, a very pleasant guy, but and Rome and Madrid and on the
Impecunious in his own right. Rubi Riviera, always traveling t h e
has now worked his way through same pack, and. enlivening the ba-
marriages w it h Flor Trujillo, sic dreariness of their lives with
daughter of the Dominican dicta wife-swapping and brawls and
tar; Miss Duke, probably the rich boqe and any other experiment
est dame we havei and now poor int the bizarre they can
Miss Hutton, whose search for dream up.
happiness has left me cold ever We have had a running story
since she graduated from the Mdi for two years on the procuring ao-
vani boys to Haugwitz-Revent- tivities of what Is called a "society
low to Cary Grant and the others. playboy," one Mickey Jelke, a no-

.some little creep who finally went
to jail. The dirty details of the di-
vorce action between producer Bil-
ly Rose and' swimmer Eleanor
Holm lasted- two years, as well,
and reached the nausea point

I realize that a bit o' smut will
eajiven any paper, but we have
made a career of dignifying the
trivial smut and magnifying it all
out of proportion to its news value.
One of our trouble# in- the States
is that life has become so com-
plicate4 witness the double-ex.
posure television things-4that we
have become vicarious lip-smack-
ers and proxy keyhold peapers in
order to enlivpn at existence that
has become almost hopelessly ceb-
trived and regiment. Hence, the
calculated shenanigns of the sp
t few are exa geraled ,tr4M tl
the drabness of he many.
It seems to me that the enjoy-
ment of life in the States has be-
come almost entirely dependent on
artifciality, to where televisIon,
say, is a bigger influence on the
mass than sport or religion Or
reading or simple relaxation. We
aren't willing to take the trouble
to do anything ourselves; all must
be provided contrived, and sape.n
fed. I predict that the Amer tan
of tomorrow will have no arms,
no legs, and a single enormotsa
eye, for watching TV. There will
be a large hole In his head, as
well, so that the people behind
him can see the double program
on the same set, probably featur-
ing a new marriage between Dorta
Duke and Rubiross, and Barbara
ito and Tommy Manvil '

Walter Winchell n ew Yok

Abhiham Lincoln's jon
the suany fields of Kentu
shadowy martyr's path e
es sueh histoal landma
splendor of -i eompassi
scope of hii wisdom. HIs
accomplishment, howev
essential human image
been transmitted i1
There is drama and hiu
subtle and iuresiptible to
shaped s caeer .
endured deeper person
And no mi derived r
sonal satisfacteon from
laughter, Witha single
he could penetrate v
and bombastic. And he
molish those who were
their own absurdity.
He dei d detmaig
"those Who an compares
words inatote sma]est
tippd ofleeseekers:
clan a' most valuable att
be able to raise a ca
shall prod*.e an effect
fight the. effect."" HI
bigoti w .babused fore
know. a ptan who wan
born in this. country -
mother wouldn't .lt him
s steadfast faith
measured by the aks
tains. The eteral tnM
exemplfmed by OU W 1
able comet: "I ever
itars tat 1 do not lRd
looking In M9Aee of G

sad be an atheist, but 1
gelve how h caml ]ka*
beave d say tre is
* UrKMft rade that 0
ahm be was : a* fI

ley's attacks?" during myself worthy of their e"
urney from Lincoln shrewdly counseled: 'teem, How far I hall succeed In
ucky to the "Mr. Greeley owns a daily news- gratifying this ambition is yet to
encompass- paper a very widely circulated 5s developed. I an young amn U4 -
arks as the and fnfuential one. I have a o lown to many of you. I was U
on and the dewqpaper. The press of the cols- sad lave ever reoialned Ia the
1 mightiest try would print my letter, anda f bost humble walk ofd e. l1ave
er Is the would Greeley's Tribune. In a i w eathy or popular ati to
I hat has while the public would forget ast -t rcomniabd me. My ease.Is tfowa
mmortally. it and then Mr. Greeley would be-, tOusively upon the
'Mr in the ito prove from my own letter voters of this country, Id N
ees which mat he was right, and I would be ed they have conferred a flaot
. No man helpless to reply." on me for which I h all b.e.
al anguish. -- itftin in my lato hi to diasap
reater per- He wasn't anxious to go to the ate i But if the good penPl.fi.e ir
thoughtful theatre on that fatal night. His re-. aIm see fit to eIi fthe
lash of wit luctance- was not caused by any .9d, I hlve loo tapl.-
pretentious grim premonitions. The play was ir d ppotment to be very
could de- "Our American Cousin" and MI- aunhchagrined."
victims of coli had witnessed it before ... --.
But Mrs. Lincoln ws insistent. The following Is a complete auto-
ogues as General and Mrs. Grant (who were biogsubmitus .IjUa i to "Tie
s the oat to joln the theatre party) were cat-B..D eD IC rA.t 1
ideas." He ed away at the last moment. ThFelb. 1 :W.
"A politi- First Lady did not propose to have iestuky. du
tribute is to her own husband desert her. 2A, a lwar. ,ia._N
use which **All right, Mary, I'll go," Lin- captain of va-Be V
t and then cola finally declared. Then be ( Jl- wk War. P
retort to ped: "But I may go down la small e. Pu f r
igners: 'I tory as the martyr President." oE thel -
ated to be- i-geof *A *
-. but bhiA He loved the soldiers who ."
n. under him and had com of r nllx J..
Sfor those who fought against : NAtE .._L eet.- ^
could be Lincoln never once utter ,r t
i maoun- fictie word against the autba.
uof his people When Dixie's a a
haps, best wall" Jackson was killed,
n .iemnor- Washington pap a r coura. ls ..
r behndth paid tribute to a brave sldr -
that I am cola wrote to the Editor: "I .g
God. I can u fmor your generosity i .
bible for a s, though contending a& as t.

wup itoe a over d a frs.ae saw.
Obser v.ation God."for
ws. Ifdeo wa
aet for U- Z te for the I.Bas
igrOs ad- tore he
ri a Cab- p
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."'t YOu y for one that I have e -
r stal seat as that of I-'
Mr. Grig. t l med-of my fellow met,.

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The man to whoti o blBt Jim I. ntancl
e thi wa .was ot nefoby r l eo V ri
SL. Jr.,, -ar-

brothers, who now have a mon ler
ol of all d aew; p in A R
pons and also 1 Dbs i M .r Ir-
addi on, the Cs a brother o
"a tezer*iubut4a
nm to sell.outthe in x C

trthr the CBS static ,In ea-Mon a2,
At oe time Gardner Cowles, S Da
founder of the newspaper emp t had
advised his sons agait oad be native
radio stations. le fet that to ma lt.
city was unhealthy and created Ill of eautpment -i
will. However the two boys, de- -a.e ute to dia a
partin frohat. are now aahip Asia, Iba-
Moines, with y Murphy whose tion plans t etb-
family they bo nnea. a en at boUt ,0
polls, also applying or the sam& fti ig3 .- an ad-
anndel. vne esalp tt 2,000 feet.
Milloy the Cowle 'lee prea.- rromt the a vance camp. two
ent wo adt monla urphy tat team o of -sn aite--
e didn't hate a chance, is th ne h wll
same operator who asreaed wlith t e fe '- M t-
the t soenlower ,fp

aial Alassm a Gt a are Quor

Moines, young Murphy obviously Tnters ty
made the better ow. In th6 yielders withI a
middle of ae hpng, e got a y' t k. liy ava
phone message froam MIdy at his tdo has deli alo -to t-
hotel asking to -h bim, ar d later vanishing -pelt i reeat years.

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with its once-y masuQe; was found at the bottom of a small a oyn Sthe Bt'S
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has been the re t e tise, judging by the height of the shrub growlnthzough th
boards. Let tamr ceswaro writers give their anwers to the queftlopi it Wh*
the presumably happy fwlyweds? Where are they now? How did th scar Sgt tli
round holes, three bt the "U" and the "S"; one on the erqubaralr "Ai A *A
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As starts at 1 Sama ends at mln*ght, ha :Uttle time
to '.Aia but whea .mll oe, she Indulge lp a egar.

, B, .Juan Velaugap. ,
EOPUNAGEN Feb. It (lpbe
pmnq .tJt lM no reczq m -4htiy
satsk i one ,)ofthe m 'pro-
jr8BI*6 nations- in urop HN
tcpey' after thie 4riv o f
ocawAtUom IinP W4o wiil
sta nut as a .brghitsapt&uS
'A share l re i very
st trom the flan detmln-
alt not only tc gt theirin-
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,ry has Iqnr been famous--sil-
ver, royal Copenhagen china,
ceramics and other handicrait.
as well as buttai, cheese and
Aceordliftg- to an official of
Scandinaylan. Airways - System
here the steady flow -of. ship-
ments of bandicreft-items by. air
to all parts of the world is a
clear Indicihton that Denmark is
auhleving terforelgn trade aims.
One 'ho to particularly anx-
ious to ae this phase of Dan-
lt trade .epaud is the recently
appointed secretary of Com-
merce Lia'Grce, a tall, blond
woman of 43, the mother of nine
children,' who never had any-
thing to do with politiQs until
'he Prime Minister phoned her
and asked V she would be will-
ing to serve In his cabinet.-
lut' if politics was not in her
experience, a keen knowledge
of home management -- getting
full value for money spent-was.
Mrs. Groes had already earn-
ad the respect-of Danish manu-
factureeW: p'r ntH herappotnt-
ment a.Secrptsry of Commerce,
She wk tm1feldents of the Danish
Consuamrs' Uniaon an organi-
zution founded during the war
years when tetiles, hAes, food
and, in fact, everything had
fallen far below. Denmark's pre-
war quality.
To- the mother of a family
that now range from two to la
-four girls and five boys-ashod-
dyv uaity- created a serious
b'dgetdry problem. So she
needed o Coaxing to work hard
to help'roupdI and develop the
Consumers' Union.
"At first,' the 8-A-S official
told me, "Panish manufacturers
were highly hostile to the move-
metH But -In time, they learned
to respect people like Mrs. Groes
andttoday tiey are mighty proud
jhen they have earned the right
to fasten a-label to their goo s
showing they have been recom-
mended -by the C o n sumers'
MgS QrhM' "ability to set
thing; doae -ad adccmplish the
seeming ;.nlm ible is also re-
['ected m the way she managed
ho bulgn, household in a com-
fortable suburban home near
here. Beeldes the father, mother
and nine children, the Groas
household includes a young rela-
tive and two, maids. (Her hms-
band,: OJbwrOe es also 43, Is
chief d'rEtor of the big Danish
Cooperative Mbvement.)
Quei nedredently about how
sh got hMousemaids in servant-
scarce mopenhagen, the hard-
working Secretary of Commerce
."There still must exist conr-
ageous people. I always tell ap-
plicants thele is a lot to do In
this hAm; that they will be
costantly interrupted by the
small dren; and that thw
need mountains of good humor
to be-ble'to stad such a hard
lob. know perfectly well that 1
couldn't stand it myself, I tell
them. Yat they are willing to
With such a Philosophy, ft
beems safe to predict that this
uncommon motner will succeed
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*04t Cristobal, for the first time, during her winter cruise, on
February 16th 1954. She will arrive at 8 anm. with 664 touristF
ft board and will sail on the 17th at 2 a.m, "ILE DE FRANCE"
Ik the biggest passenger ship calling at Cribtobal since thr
ar. Leaving Cristobal, she will proceed to Kingston, Mi
Stmiai and New Jork. -Agents at Cristobal are the FRENCi

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16 Pass 1 Pass
IN.T. PoU 3N.T. Pass
Pass Pass
Openin'lead- 5

sWhich suit should you develop
Vien you are playing the
at a no-trump contract? The
at spit,-usually, but it would
b to set forth any general
e in this matter. More import-
than the length of the suit is
question of what damage can
done to you by the opponents.
Tale you are developing your.
In today's hand, for example,
loses his contract if he be-
inas by' developing his long dia-
ond suit. Declarer wins the open.
jg heart le' d with 4'mmy's ace
d (misekenly) leads a diamond.
at taies the ace of ddu monds
leads a eas_,trou .;tt'iqthi
a .heart lead from tW'e East
r. foatde- 4t declaurer' seo-
heart topper. South ean e take
a-di ands, two hearts, -and
Black aces, but when he tries
spade finesse. -fpr his ninth
,. West seizes the king of
aides and the rest of the hearts
defeatt the contract.
A of this can be foreseen if
takes the trouble to think
d. And South can prevent the
atf he goes after the spades
.h leadsdiamond..
it out and see. Declarer
the opening heart lead with
u)r's ace and immediately -fi
M the queen cf spades, U the
happenss to win, all is well.
case the finesse-loses, but
can do nv damage.
cannot afford to lead a


Hydroplane Prop

Beheads Amedcan

On Ecuador River

OUAYAQUIL. Feb. 15 (UP) -
btanley Roth, an American en-
gineer, was decapitated today by
the loosened propeller of a hy-
droplane he was ridin gon the
Daule River, near Puca.

Roth's companion. Joseph Nor-
lon, was Injured. H6 was Brought
to a hospital here. U.S. Consul
Paul Churchill ordered, Roth's
body taken to a local morgue
pending instructions from rela-
tives in the United States.
The two Americans were on
their way to Balzar where they
Intended to buy some lands.
ROth was from Halethorpe.
Md. He i survived by his widow
and fout sm all children.
Norton home Is In Baltimore,
who;e. b oce engaged in jour-
nalian.-e Is single. Latest hos-
pital-reiaorts said his condition
was .lmproing.

Hedvv Rains Wash
Cold Nugaets.
Into Brazil Town
CUIBA, Brazil. Feb. 15 (UP)-
Recent heavy rains washed gold
nuggets into the business sec-
tion of this Matto Grosso state
Ar nugget weighing 54 grams.
reportedly picked up in the
street 500 yards from the town
center, was displayed today in a
store window and was attracting
wide public attention.
Newspaperman Ataide de Al-
caahara reported finding a
smaller nugget in his backyard.
heart up to South's king-jack. (In
actual play, West may lead a heart
in the hope that his partner has
the jack; and then South will make
three heart tricks instead of only
two.) No .other' suit is dangerous,
so West cannot do anything to de-
feat .the contract.

lb THAT YOU, DAVY?-This pretty g
like Davy Jonqs' secretary at the recent Ht aterIngsEt
bition in London. She'. 29-year-old Rit Gra IY,.~ the.Dbo. f
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Great While Fleet


S.S. "LEVERS BEND" ......................Feb. 15
a.S. 'YAQUE" ....... .......... ... ........Feb. 19
'S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ................................Feb. 21
S.S. "SANTO CERRO" ........................ Feb. 26
"S.S. "HIBUERAS" ..............................March 5

aundllns Reflerated. ldbloe nd d Genail Cargo.

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New Y&k, New
Orleans Los Angeles. San Francisco and Seattle.

Fortnightly passenger service on our S.S. CHIRIQUI, to
New Orleanp via Santa Marta, Colombia.

Special round, trip fare from Cristobal to New York.
Lox, Angeles. San Francisco and Seattle.
To w l l, .. ................................. .o
To Los A njr. and San Francisco ...........fT1 .09
To Seattle .. ................5.


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South can regain the lead and de-
velop the diamonds. He has al-.
ready provided for two spadle
tricks, siune dur.m;'s jack of
spades will be set up after the
first spade finesse loses; and South
can also win four diamonds, two
hearts, and a club.

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wbfla R 'rgh terre MI'.em .weo o dae r ctiaappear ton b 'A teU5 A ...f..... lba ryn' sa ff
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wit. evrng t aor happy naMegj.edatcin th k stepst rting with the
whoslovegeachrother er a- et I-Ste backllard wi thet
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and gin1 Mile"-C "" '".'-""'F""e "ds albshaight thmsle Howa Tok Gqt Birdsa h

t khe Fat-tla Officrs, Om yashhpedoan- setToo Stay .Put.a
Pha namaisv"iting with ripnd Infom.atie' on teleprgho h A- Ah, ent-o ch..tb (UP)-Pr of f yt .
wi wase0thfir actionsIW4ni from-taM
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Don't build Just a bird house; .
build it for a specific kind of bird; ,
S, don't make the entrance too large;
don't use tin cans or metal in con- CNLORODINT TOOH -,ASTE wth Chlorophyll* Plus
struction' don't leave last year's
nest in the box: do hang the box destroys mouth odor gives imapmved mouth cere. By *
a spot ; do drill Iales in the nb usnig it regularly, preferably aftermleals, you can have
h. 'h tom so water can drain, out. andj
..do make se the bird husue faces a clean, fresh mouth al day long! Cleans teeth beauti-
e t quality at very low pri CO LO RTIN T away from prevalig wind fuy. Ask for Chlorodent.
few e we ,ir H .ann also recommended that -
-N CLUA MY PAYMENTS bird houses be bqi from such soft
KeepAaN-,oe 7 woo-,apn or ,pruce, because
'they don't split wahe nails are
OAer. used. It im't necessary to add a
'7-a Fibd =,Tused1t..t.ecesary C MMto .a perch, but if it is done, straight
p" hq eperbheq angles are not as IM OOPItL PLUME Clomiedo
m.e, utgood at ltwigs ailed flat to o ,taos ioa chlaesbyl -..
t .he box,- said.- n ow ste ves m- h.
e A-And Cood nt a. +esa.^ed
.~. VerW )'ery lateeuatgpfo g aget thaC leo th
aHARTIF FRD, Camb (UP) -The'.mmly betterO mm a
T *. Drinks werewtehouse when:!a uu'
Ot muo, coMPany forC6 1S9s 'Coi ... n f'.
A6.11. for 1kAadbe of whisky. WeM
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I street No. 13

,Jl ALeseW Ave. and 13 BSt
'p Sweet No. U,

Custrai Ave. 10

NVI.8 LotIAw 1 Plo
. rourr of July Ave.

8 treet No_ 57

SALE:-Leaving Isthmus. Bar-
in price: Livingroom, diningroom,
m set. General Electric re.
r ror. Magic Chef stove. Metal
'aid chair. No. 25. Peru
apartment 2.
S:-Miscellaneous furniture,
A bling beautiful mahogany chi-
-:cabinet and dining table. 50
rest No. 51, Iella Visao.
.'SALE: A refriwirator Norgse
Ivingroom, set. Bal oa. Carr St.,
.1426 Apt. D.
A 9 'SALE:-Modern His & Her dres-
A- baby bed practically new.
1524-J. Gavilan Area.
SALE:-Completed set of blinds
r type of house 329 (breezeway)
sicellent condition. Phone 2-4225
Jr house 6356-B. Corozal.
SALE:-Bedroom furniture, like
new. 8 pieces. Made by Cowes
t175.00. No mattresses. 47th St.
' No. 10. TeL 3-3338.

SALE:-3 bedroom sets. "Deep-
lsileep" rubber mattresses, living-
.Yoom, diningroom set. Stove, refrig-
w.utetor. Bamboo set. Telephone 2-
*.. 3805 Panama.

-nR- RIENT: Quartermoster bed-
Srom set. Cheap. 1535-A. MangO
- Street, Balboa, 2-1317.
Boats & Motors
.SALE:-Sixteen foot sanilboat,
S ealet condition. Call Curundi.
V25. Office Clayton 7292.

sis Berin


f hrled Cave
STAL CAVE, Ky.. Feb. 1,
Heifteed amateur and
B =aslonai cavE uolenfisLs po':-
through the Inky blackn,'.-
.s.'r-taf Usve's uncharted ha e:

of the,,, r r

c. zCts quarter of, a mile
hi' *'9h a sloping tunnel known
P '.othmsn's Trap Saturday to
Stiup a base camp and string a
' -', one line from the cave en
F..-h explorer must .i-.ke this
ni-cwing journey. t.iroih thr
;.;' o.wa.v fronr the c.nnu'e(-
.& portion n of the cave lato the
gexplorcd thirn level Tn somE
es the tunnel Is (x'y nine
hes hfh, in others jny 14
is wide Th.: crawl reqAired
five to s' ho..u'. ant is
.inrt.erous I %- '.:c'p pits and
athat Dt h4 .'41-'ted.
rrvay mcrnling,. a i-oou
.x ale the ; ourney, pnuW
..In the upper 'ha'nbe.O
avr for a d ':c-I'.'i servtet
tomb of Floydt (.(in-s.
ft, discovered Crystal CaW
k. Ie was trpi:ed t y fat!
i iK while exuiorin neaM
'leveI in 1913, nud inqe .
o:tis to rescue '.imr. mTSl
eat beadlin of they
pf the group '.n:eC;5L I
g was WAilu. .
i;. 125 a wp.t-.~~ edp
Sr "for the z.UAls2V. Co.U-
rtnal who wai J%4at
.for his ,c-Atting' of the
*6y. se Is now at NationbJ
'stin- Cn ec.'"c. t,
t -,.ay there will be :t me
rt. In t&e lowevr c .- 4 g e
onen "spehluikers." as
re call themselves, 0t
to go in;, but expedftl
s are waiting for 1oP4
li.there to decide If
Sre up tc the journey.
believe there mkV
40 miles of uncharted
leading from the Me-
'at the end of eth-.
0ted by 30 W.
to study.ock forMA

fli want to study I
Sbats that live in I
Soter from
Harold Wanger of
I. W. va." ti0n4
Xth rast f thl "narft. U

d onl the Ibt of h-
i and band torched ti
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FOR SALE:-1946 Super Buick Se-
den, $390 cash, full price. New
tires, duty paid. 3-2051.
FOR SALE:-1951 Fiesta Ivory Con-
vertible, red leather. upholstery
Radio, W-S-W Tires, etc. full
equipped with many extras. Excel-
lent condition, $3,100. Phone Bol-
boa 3401.
FOR SALE:-1947 Kaiser, good con-
dition. 'Best reasonable offer. Tel.
Quarry Hgts. 4149, duty hours.
WANTE 0: Ro*l Doulton China
"Murtlng Scene Pattern" Call
SCl yyton 2138 after 1700.


Ailier Firs t For

lsh ihMonarchs
` i if

CANBERRA, Australia. Feb. 1i
'-(UP)-- Queen Elizabeth 11 es
tablUphed another first for a reign-
ir Plsh Monarch yest e r d a y
tb$" 11 and the Duke of Edin.
brg formally inspected t h e
er jouse of the common-
WA parliament.
p.qen asked to visit the
io a Reresentatives and the
S ea chamber after church Serv-
lop$ order to familiarize her-
sl today's official opening of
the Autaln parliament.
After examining the U p p e r
Hnuse,.where opening ceremonies
will be conducted, the Queen ask-
ed to Visit the Lowr House and
displavidl intense interest in its
structure and furnishing.
She took particular note of the
dipespatch box which was present-
a the house in 1926 by her late
ather King George VI when he
was Duke of York.
Queen Elizabeth was the first
member of the royal family to en-
ter the Lower House as an ordin-
aryv vikltnr RBv trnadiltin British

n'narii are forbidden to enter
" i' abuse 6f Commons in London
as aa smbol of the Commons'
righttgv-,evn themselves withi
u..i rferencf..

WTlMs Drop


AgneM la krlM, de PuboUoelsea
0 Cab AV L.

PazqutLelene I Stiet
IU Ctre! Ave.




DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Fnter's Cottags. 00 O |
Central Avenue "K" Street. Corner. nt C. P l
Telephone 2-3479, PonamA. llnes. Phoe bkb l .1
WILLIAAW Santa Clarm C
FOR SALE t 'p. forlb. 0
I aenear b Balboa 305 010pt
_igellae6_ wekeds. _____-A-.

P.ODLERS FOR SALE: -. Thirteen
boxers, French poodle )$pplee for
sale, reasonable. Finest blood lines
both sides. Same wooly, some slick.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
Cell 800 or 945. Colon.
FOR SALE:-Pollera, Estudlonte St.
No. 75., Apt. 2. Phone 2-5159.
FOR SALE:-Rodio parts and equip-
ment and other assorted junk.
Garage 761X Barnaby St. Balboa,
Sunday: 12 to 9 P. M. weekdays
4 to 8 p. m. Phone 2-1828.
FOR SALE: Purebred Doberman
Pinscher dog. No papers. House
427, Porto Bella St. Phone 2-2783
Real Estate
FOR SALE -Lot 603.17 M. One lot
72691 M. Residence. 814.88 M.
C. with 2 small houses. Residence
645.92 M. with 3 bedroom. House
commercial corner lot 983.84 iM.
Across from Mercado Boturro, Rio
Thpatre. Via Espoari 2199 and 7th
Street. Villa Rosa Estate.
FOR SALE: Completely furnished
home in Cerro Campono mountains.
healthy. COOL climate. Only 38
miles from Ponama. Business op-
portunities. Phone Shrapnel, *Bal-
boa 1389._
for warehouse, shop: Corner 50th
and 12th Streets, Son Francisco.
F rcoza Co.
FOR RENT.-Site for office, top floor
of Julio Canavaggio S. A. No. 69
"B" Avenue. For information see
Julio Quijano
FOR RENT: Local suitable forr
restaurant or soda fountain down-
stairs house No. 78 on "B" Ave.
For information see Julio Quioanp.
FOR RENT-Commercia( site ground
floor of house No. 9 on 9th street,
corner of Centtt-Avenue. -Enquire
at JuLio q .umo .. s
'FOR RENT.-Furnished room, very
cool facing DeLesseps Park. Es-
tad.onte Street No. 105. Apt. "A."

I ilEIU LUeDIl OR RENT.-Exceptionally beautiful-
d W Wng iS'ly furnished room with ice-box,
stove, telephone, semi-private en-
r t Sh ag trance near,bus station, to One or
tIwo persons of good taste, avail-
Fib. 15 (UP) obte March 3.Telephone 3-0638
N atlr onast a rcrafts U e
I he Red-held ort city M's V I lrsA
rtI, twith 30.00,000 nn' VP UIr
nda effort by the a
fft ahat r Force in five Agr elve Ads
Ira.leaflet raid was timed to TO flf 9umps
airy. of the signing ,of the I't..
S-Red China treaty of NIBW YORK, Feb. 15 (UP) -
p. nu in be r of Agaessive advertising can help
t . czpated was not o0dt business recessions by re-
.although all returned v vfna lagRing demand, accord-
t Formosa, authorities In to FranE R. Markley. Sun
Oil Co. vice president in charge
Nationalist planes skim- of marketing.
't rooftop level over Shan- Markey said today's problem
and swung south to drop of keeping .consumption in line
nr all leaflets over other with increasing production "pre-
China coastal districts. sents both a challenge and an
The leaflets told how 14,000 opportunity for those in adver-
hjdtese Communist prisoners taking.
refused repatriation and Markey's statements were in
were in Formosa. They also line with what progressive busl-
tnde mainland Chinese of nessmen have known for a long
r."e-million Chinese Reds time. That is: when business be-
in Korea for Russian im* gins to drop,. It is time to in-
perialAm." crease advertising.
--. -- A statement on the value of
advertising was made recently in
I Ir */llE Bal.)more by Ed C. Quinn. pres-
S-DBuilt ioent of the Chrysler Division of
Chrysler Corporation.
Quinn said:
',,' ......... .... "My conviction Is that the first
(..u.. tsd from ra pI) ten -the starting point- in
r W..t.. .. ... M. l building greater sales power is in
tsoA the north. fi ..advertilsi
at- tohe n g orth. Qlnaid 0 more advertising Is
Ni'-,?om ..were droned T needed to Offset the possibility
Iy part planes. mey mo' f a tightening market.
ort planes. They mwo "Industry and advertising
n rebel rlemento in tthe must develop e ve"n greater
l an rerouted to conhat adroitress ti pre.tnting the
t flank of the 308th dv- DrodLt from the customer's
barry Its over-extended viewpoint," Quinn said.
IW mr rAie bo.st ca He a sealed for an increase In
'ormo ..le. ..,cam balevabt and persuasiveness
ft a l nq visit of Pren, of Msales anC advertising appeals.
lt minister Rene Pieven. Such adverfiAin p must be built
I1hnimmacu-ate white. Pl- tround dueh basic virtues as
Ste red the city's defenses honest. sound thinking and sina
* red om blt le plans cere conviction. he aid.
2t i off Lo H0a1D ofor an op
oil _.of- dRi6ver delta op -

Wiley By Name Apd Nature
epeed. later th's' COLUUMBIA. Conn., (UP) -Mrs
Dion Phu jar,* L lube Wews raising geese for
fwo In Its rvth "Ye fthe h*N Two days before
awmiw hers itbany k r eight fut.grown
us br q Tley returned
(bvlme It = R day Ibmr giving. The
|frzMlm.._, Wet t t=z=q. "
0 1 e 7 f N..

1713 .i. N
o s"a

PFMin. IcSrt uettgerBette 3

HouMpn n beod% Sottq Clare. Alo
In COOL Cl4mnai mountain.
Phono SHIIUN Beloa 1389.
or set carfaoIr r.
Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cottageu,
electric refrigertion, gas svs, I
moderate routes. Phone 6.441 or
Hon_ I

FOR RENT;-Furnished House. 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: Four-bedroom house,
completely furnished with swimming
pool situated in Cerro Azul or Goofy
Lake. Call Tel. 3-0769, business
FOR .RENT:-Completely furhuisbed
chalet suitable for two couples.
Call Panama 3-3754.
FOR SALE:-My beautiful new home
three apartments, all rented, good
income. Furnished. 3,200 M2, will
gcurifice to cash buyer. No. 12
Portas Road Ar room 331 Tivoli
Hotel. _
FOR RENT:-Chalet in Leftvre Park,
two bedrooms, diningmrom and
yard, suitable to roaise.chickens.
Coll 2-2304 from 7 a. to 12:.-
FOR RENT:-To responsible person
furnished chalet 3 bedrooms.. Cor-
ner of Colombia street tand Via
Esmpaa, $200. For informAtion see
Julio Quijono.

FOR RENT: Small independent
house located by the see inr San
Francisco, two bedrooms, dining-
room. parlor, large kitchen, closets.
modern bathroom, land surrounded
by Cyclone Steel. Fence. Idm or I
couple who like privacy. Reasobly
priced. Call telephone 3-144y I-
FOR.RENt-Ch et -1.5th str I
117i Paitilla. For iafornlatioriiel
phone 3-1886. o"" *s

ApArtmnMt I
,=m-nm mm

ATTN4TION 6. I. Just built modern
furnished aportment, one, t.wo
bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
eprne Panama 3.'4941.
ment situated in El Cangrejo. Carl
3-0769. business hours.
FOR RENT:--Nicely furnished, small
apartment on Peru Avenue, 57.
Tel. 3-07.46 3-3099.
F6R RENT: Big, fresh, modern
apartment, good location, hot wa-
ter, etc. No. 20 Colombia street.
Call-phone 2- 1456.

FOR RENT:--Furnished apartment, 2
bedrooms. Inspected, independent.
No. 58, East 43rd Street.

FOR RENT--Screened apartment just
built, in El Cor grejo, modern fur-
nished one bedroom, all _onvenien-
ces, available at once. Do not ap-
ply if not for long term. Tel. 3-
FOR RENT-Modern furnished apurt-
ment in Bella Vista, for a couple
only for two months, starting
Match 20. Call telephone 2-3438
or 3-3268, ask for Mrs. Monz6.
FOR RINTe.-Three bedroom apart-
ment Wlmpletdy screened, ell tiled
fleers, tir manl bathrooms, liv-
hiunree, diillmerem, front porch.
beck peus, kitchen, maid,s room,
with both, laundry, hot water,
gerege, etc. Just pointed and reedy
for occupancy. Reasonable rent.
i Phma Panme 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT:,-2 bedroom apartment
maid's roon, garage. Recently\
constructed bulldino, "Cangrejo."
Dr. Alberto Novarro street No. 22.
FOR RENT:-Frnmished apartment, 2
bedrooms, oabo house No. 38 East
51sat St. $125. For Information see
Julio Quilano, --
FOR RENT:-Fumilshed apartment.
one bedroom. House No. 2, First
Street, Perejil, $70.00. See Julio
FOR RENT-Modernm two bedroom
apartment, 51st Street No. 42.
Apt. 2. Rent $100.00 monthly For
details poU Zubieta. Phone 3-3336
or 3-1802.
FOR RENT:-One aInd tw bedroom
apartments, unfurnished, cool,
ocean view. No. 2, Uruguay street.
FOR RENT:--Conpletely furnished
apartment located near Canal Zone
in brond new bunlding. Enquire
Household Excange. Tel. 3-4911.
FOR RENT:-Complteiy furnished
aprtwnt. r iviwt-t ningroom. 2
bedrooms, 2 poas, 2 bathrooms.
maktf room, gouge. Cool, beauti.
ful view towards Hotel "El Pan.
ome." Teleahphe 3-1504.

Position Offered I
WANTED: -- 5,jrg beouilyl
Ioert or ieie Chmuse Beauw .
ty Shop. Phone 5-411 or 5-248,

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HIas The 11 Used:

BUICKS 1 Pauinama


1949 Super 4-door,
Dyn., radio. II
Full price 540.00. I

1949 Roadmaster 4-doory, I
Dyn., plaitic stat ,
covers, ew tireo
Full price 795.00.

1950 Special 2-door, -
Dyn., plastic seat
covers, new tires.
Full price 950.00.

1950 Super Riv. 4-door,
Dyn., radio,
good tires.
Full price 1,050.00.

1947 Super 2-door,
that's all.
Full price 295.00.

Many more to choose


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tHo udelE
Hours: 4 to 9 p.m.
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Union Chief Sees Recession

Looming As Auto SiIes tag
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Dave Beck. president of the
powerful AMiericad Federation
ot Labor Terantet'5 U0ipon
plpted- to developtdnts t n the
auto industry todty and' prL
diatcdthi nati6r ie t "heading for
a recession or depression." '
"The auto -itndustry s ,in the
woqst shape it hum been ti the
last 25 or t s
The tea ..
r-etA a week 4ow nlee~tlbW er;
tomorrow. Beck atd the polel-
mblty of a business recelion.
woUld be one of the main prob-
lezts confronting the board.
-The teamsters which taunts
arme 1,300,000 truck drivers and
a:-mlar workers In Its ranks, al-
rtady has begun to feel the
"pinch" of fewer new cars mov-
ing to retail outtcts he added,
The first squeeze of the reces-
tion in the automobile business.
one of the nation's basic Indus-
tries, is pushing the used-car fl-
nance comranaos out of bust-
esse, Beck said.
"You'll seen see finance
companies eracking up in ev-
ery nook and terner of thie
land," he predicted.

sed cars are being, turned
to the finance companies
the thousand" -he chimed,
use the owners eqite
t balance what th9 old
rottld brfnn on thc open
cet. Used cars are. backing
in the dealers all over the
re"t nr 'to. bek the segon-
fInanE qompaneim.
nt merger tbY anall new
mannfsBetuins a4 one-tof the
ons j.onting to more layofe
uto workers.
vetime x .-ra4t, ca.y bepn
inated for tne l .W
etroit, and that means h
of a lot of money for them,'
inly Ford and General Me-
i, in a bItte rae for n-
maey In the low pe ear
rket. are expapdinx,
erved, "and they probbv
oid be cutting prodtl

go to Americana sitthee
tWe -rising Jobless rani the
o1t I 1o-nivOWFOW
TOc in
from 7rvn$ o Ser

The Ancon of the Pankma
Tine wilU al fm-n Now Yorlrid-
mrrow wil a total of ls3 Of a
SDgers aboard -for Crif f.
The ship iasg 1 Ipsesdger -
board for Port-au-Pnoce, ual.
.The cbmlete advamne p.n -
Rer list .- br .fteial AM*
Airs. Frances Ames; Mr.--td
Mrs. Douwlar C. AngnB: l=BSit
P. Ausnehmer: Mr. and Mrs.
Benfamg -anks: Mi. and rs.
rede cktcker; Mr. and Mr.
John BeeC 'Mr. sad Mt. A.
SBea Mrs. Anne Breeden;
-th Brown l W Ruth
kur: Mrs. Ressiale D. Camp-
bell Mr. an' Mrs. T. Canefo-
-a0;. Mrs. E nelina Carder:
TI. UPMtd D. ZChae; MI
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fl -n .rs n ba Mr. -
and M r. D Mr.

r -all. Sh.

IV N. d MaItCLav.
Mrs. Wnl Leven-.
Ifts:' 'af- Kf .e

7'he teamsters' board of diret
iurs will devote much of tir
disculo&, as the AFL EuecaMY
on a-cil did e a week ago, t
the problem of employ
Beck charRedhat the
back" ituaftn the uN dA
cheap alien laborers s
camto i n a w
The\ importd Aborom mna
of whom work In faper u 1U
cm-nipetitlon to asia' work-
els are robbltg o*s am t would

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MeHone rs .Welch
Mr. Max Welh was toe hoC-

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aote]Connell r rn na

Harel Waht, Mr Sheudwll

-r., Mrs. J hn Fetterr, Joh
io, Mrs iaEdde Mcllvain, Mrs.
Harold Wite. Mrs. John Hall.,
4rs. Noetl bson, 1r. Mrs. Noel
ibseT Jr., Mri. Wili am Ca l
Mrs. Mark White, Mrs. Donald
Johnson, Mrs. Roscde Crump,
Mrs. ard Ebdon, Mc rs. Virgin
aReed Mrs. John rk. on; Mrs,.
Ctlbeita ftey, Mr. -Sam Brr&n
Mrs. B. W. Tredwell, Mrs. Lou-
is. Pfl, Mrs Virs Dietz,,
ean eWe" f r9.r .

v Mcau hlin,Mrs. David oMrs.
ey, Mrs. -Paul Beck. Mrs. Carl
Srger, Mrs. Leto outlet, Mrs.
Rob Berber. Mrs Jack Whipale,
Mrs. Lucill Flenniken, Misse4,
S FPreda Flenni n, .Betty. Watts,
.s.ophla Morao, Masaret Mac-
Kenzle, felen Stersug, Caro'e
George and TeodoWina Moreno.

Miss Sterpng Hojied *

sister, Mr was com-
p;imente- party and
luncheon. r. Arthbur
McLean at her Margarita real-
dence, Friday.
The other guests were: Mr..
Farl Becki Mrs. Hector Grant,
SMrs., Boy-Port. Mrs. Lesleigi
Davis. Mrs. Stanley Kldd, Mrs.
H. W. Rubelll. Mrs. Luciln
Skeel. Mrs. J. 1P. Meehan, Mrs.
William Clute, Mrs. C. W. Lew-
is. Mrs. A. L. Logan.
Prizes were wr. by Mrs. Fort,
Mrs. Kidd and Mrs. Rubelli.

eds Meetl u
The meeting ofli-
bai Emblemr Club No. 52 be
41 d Th day 7:0 p.m. at the
Elk"s qu.
Mk! White Celebrates
ra Annvary

Sand #Mrs k eo
ew. Catatoba :. -

.ark ing. POgo T ,nhu4,.o-
die Swain, Bra nara.
L'tnd and Rfdled -Van Orden
dBarbamn BetlItLalboa.
,A number of thi mothers at-
fidmed and Mrs. Carter Houston
d the hobte.

St Rote to teaaeor
Mrs. Joln Andrews. Jr wifp
bf Captain Andrewe,' AUel Fri.
day on he lbu'1 for Ccua'
d.r.,8vhs will turn no the same
-a Andrew ha are-
Sfor ests a-
board the shi o prior it depar-
ture ... -. .

Mr. and Mrs. Huh Thomas
?:lUed during the past week to
r -urn to' their home n Califora
nia. They have had an extended
vi.qlt with their children and
families Mr.- and Mrs. Hugh
Thomas, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Harvey, of the Pacific Side and
Mr. and MrarRobert Thomas of
Tea to Honor National
President of Ameriean Legion I

meant of the Amlrican Aglon
Audiliaries, with Elbert 8. Waid
Unt No. 2, as hoss, to honor
.Ms. Betty Burdete, National
resldqnt of the American Le-
awn Auxiliary,
The affair wil be given Sat-
urday, Febxuary 40 at 4:00 p.m.
All upembers whn plan t.attenr
pre request to call Mrs. ennie
Redmond 3-2871not later than

H^I) Year DB ce"n ;'
SThe regui meeting ot Beta
e Beta Sigma Phi, w
hel at the soro ity rooms at
Guick with Mrs. Jean Jud
presiding. .
Two cultural talks were give
by Mrs.. Doris Leeser on "Drai
ma" and Mrs. Beverly Berger o0
"'The Dance.'
Plans were made for the "Orl
of the Year-' dance tor, be givet
at the Elks Club by the Sorority
on May 8. Buddy Pello's orches-
tra willfurnish music for the oc-


SMiss Clare Eckert, of Allen-
Eight-Year-Olrl Celebrates town, Pa., a member of Nu Pill
Rosemary Reordon, daughter Mu, a sorority associated blth
of Mrs. Ros:-;er; Reardon, cele- Beta Sigma Phi. was a visitor for
brated her elqhth birthday an- the evening..
niversary w.th A luncheon, fol- The members present were:
lowed by a matinee. The caice Mrs. Trudy Gibmon, Miss Lois
and cream were served after the Shannon. Mrs. Carol Gesink.,

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SeAr who mil, dwmon trate and

nmsut. t the ballroom form of
General AsWiembly

An ta. ruens and
Ote e the le de
FnThe iA" a ls "New Amsteo
Cr*ibean a b will be:

dam" are-Invited to attend th
I the o Cron Buid?

ersu Intresent Mrs. the new

&lldrens bcok, "The pelican
flee" and Other Pantrate andv
nstheruct Flothe ballroom form of
the Cumw&
ast cahinto n esdy t-
There n be or exhibit at i
Hotel WON
All A 8 llrelsdents andt
viThe ltut Story of the "e dPel
Fran Tree." the "New Amite.-
dam" are -Invited to attend th
he authors Jok"The Bailey elican
iTre" and Other Panamane Staudveffe

11otel mWahington Tuesday &It-
There will be on prexhibit durins-
ahe y of the autograph book,

Prso who already ornave coplan ofe
ean Tree."
The authors Jean Bailey and

Wome, will be preassetant during
Ptsons for already have copies
graph are also invited to bring
them in at this time.
Mrs. Pa ner coreshing, Atlantic
Side fellow members of the Pen
Women. will be assistant hose-
isses for the day


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The Pantma Canal Chapter
as. ted# All eteras wh
afcon ted.: amte
from any war. to attend ese
The D.A.V. .a veterans Or-
ganiation chartered Con;
Vco and stands radIyt UHloo
any veteran with his problem.
Tranf rotation -win Ie _-
nedtifm Balboa Railroad
Station to the hotel Atlantic
side members irr g on the
4:40 p.m. train.

'Lucky Night',
To Be Sponsgred
By Royal.Dorin
Ro al Dric lodge No. 10,
IU.OM, will apor h "Lucky
Night" on Saturday at the L4
Boca Lateen, stugr with mu-
sic by Victor Boaand his orch-
estra at sevet ofOck.
The festivitif will feature
door prizes, gatr afid dancing.

NEA Food adt Markets Editor
North Dakota's Mabel Stegner,
one of our favorite recipe,experts,
thinks everyone should knoa top-
hat ways to use leftover turkey.
We ful alee Here's. one of our
favorites: -
Alm d and MiKhra mCasserole
(Yield: 4-6 iervug)
One cup shell macaroni, 2 cups
diced leftover turkey, 1 cup fhnely.
diced cooked celery, 1 cup par-
tially cooked grien peas, 'A cup
chopped toasted almonds, 3-ounce
can chopped broiled mushrooms,
two-thirds cup titrkey broth or
chicken bouillon, 2 tablespoios
cornstarch, 1 teaspoon salt, L tea-
spoon grated onion, I cup light
Cook macaroni $n salted water
and" drain well. Place turkey, mac.
aroni, celery, green peas and %4
cup of the almonds in a pliing
IW Drain mushrooms,.. reaoviag
roth, and add to turkey. Blend
mushroom broth, turkey broth or
buoillon, cornstarch, salt and on-
ion in small saucepan. Bring ti
boil, stirring constantly until thick-

Remove from heat, stir in cream
heat thoroughly and pour into tu,
key mjsture. Mix lightly but weB.
Place in shallow glass baking dish,
7 x 11-inches. Sprinkle with the
remaining cup almonds. BakO-
in a moderate oven (350 degrees
F.) until thoroughly hot, about 20
&teB Serve mmediate -

One packAge froes cut corn, %
cup ;ecked elbow, macaroni,
cup chd6pet oniod, 9. cup chopped
green pepper, 2 tablespoons butter
or margarffi, 2 tablespoons flour,
1 cup milk, % cup sharp cheese,
f rated, 1 to 1 cups leftover tur-
key (or chicken), V4 cup slivered
toasted almonds (optional).
Cook. gorp. according to instruc-
tions on package; drain. Cook
macaroni and drain. Saute onion
and green pepper about 5 minutes
in butter or margarine. Stir in
flour; then milk,, and cook until
smooth. Combine all ingredients
and mix well. Pour into 1-quart
casserole and heat in moderate
oven (350 degrees F.) for 30 min-


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fed. your itle em will get the
best out of Ilo en LACTOMEN. the
modified pudered milk prepared
by Nesti'e espsealy for infant
feeding. When giving baby LACTO-
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embers of thesclettfic and
geolo l mission afgned by
t .t ok, for radioactive
inetal dilta In. Peru, at. the
request of the Peruvian govern-
Thomas L. Wells, who heads
the mission, said urahum la
known -to; exist in Pi ut we
have yt*W So4 a deeos#t of auf-
fictent-..ls t u ewnt commer-
cial exploatlcQM .
IWEi-t Hat 6of Varar rd
Universty .d the Colorado
School of Min explained that
while i; the United states a ura-
nlumo entet fom th of a
pound tOf.ur pounds per ton of
Ore offers conmercial possibill-
Uea, in Peru the content must
be som*ubat higher to coinen-
sate for larger transportation
costs, et%;
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The only way e people can
shine at xWnter sports is to polish
their akote.. ens*

.i.0us DrO&. said he]did

lieve HhpOse could mate him
Dart with them Without going
out of busales o
"I don't invest In stocksato be
bought out," .he said.
I dislike being bought out. I
like to be a permanent owner
o f a co m p a n y S l y o n
norft p wose fami owns
from 10 t 1,000' shares f stock
in G00 compnileS ttende about
150 stockholders meetIn year.,
and he usually has a t to say.
Two of ble mest w eset bat-
ties with management Invulv-
el Gen. Dougla s MaArthur
uga operations of the med-
can Woolen Co.
The board of directors of RICO
voted at Atlanta Saturday to ac-
cept Hugh e offer to buy all the
company's stock for $2.,48Mt7,
or o6 a share. The stockholders
will vote on the matter at a
meeting March 18 at Dover, Del.
Hughes, RKO board chairman,
already owns 1 262,129 of the
company's 3,914,613 share, but
he offered to buy un all the as-
sets because of stockholder dis-
satisfaction with some of his
Several stoekholders charg-
ed he paid beautiful actresses
handsome salaries but never
put them in any movies.

tie monthly eeutive
qweting ac bqAeid onWedaes-
o ha uOf e ^
Also to be discussed at this
meeting will be: 1) Final plaI
for he observance Of t
tional Girl Scout Week from .
21 through R 7; 2) The vIs
the Can Zone on Thursy of
Mme. 4e St, Vietor,
er ;or tenderfoot countries of the
World Aslatilon ad z meib
lothe World Committee; 3) Pub
liaktion of an International tIM
out bullet; 4) A fair to be
held in Paraiso on .March 20.
All interested persons are re-
minded of the regular wekly
training sessions in Girl S=out
leadership conducted by MA. Al-
da C Hutchinson, executive di-
rector, at the Paralso School on
Monday, at the Rainbow City
High School on Thursdays. and
Santa Crux School onFridays
begiMnnlgit 7:30 p.m.

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SUnited Press Sports Writer (FINAL STANDINGS) fin i n
A Teams PO. z. wrGl VC ATLn' '
S NEW YORK, Feb. 15 The change of scenery Yankees 23 1 .581' (
Bombers X 219 J37 ....P
Mm New York to Milwaukee may bring.out the Brownies. uai Fra e Featre W n pot
St"in Bobby Thomson, one of baseball's potentially LAS IG -S RESULT n "b
t t players who never quite made it except for Championshit Playoff Game even
aw brief flight of glory. Yankees 4Bmbers meD track cham uMain Okand) r V -
pitchersshowed a return to top f'A al
:71tlean Scot whacked that Kids" but somewhere along the H ebvenrtoombins Flo t whe he as thrilln t--it 'iandra $3, O "alarm
k eJ theeen cnr,
oders in the final National Steve O'Neill warned that Will orie reand t Fe ando Abero a ai t ver the atid SB l a W 4 ad
playoff game of 1951 and can't expect to stay around/long rioplus o r stafi emlds n y um i 00 seven furlongdahfor Ca s- -in Ta$4 i f or men
.)dbthe Giants in home runs for If he has another bad season. Tayloraninfder s oeT^^-0O se e fAra n Bhoresdyetay^r $0 he I
t1" straight years. But he never Branch Rickey. while in the nelli and- Clyde Parrts and out- ses,"AoanB- a thes Jastari a FI202 %- bermi
bby has the build and the Brooklyn organization a few League 1953-54 Champion ank- Main Road returned a i lea 0, pand
and there were times when years bck, had a little black tn des being e 3-Golden3athlet
.ookid as if he had big star book full of "can't miss" kids. they take off for Puerto Rico in the nituels because the- bw- 1IPlggt(e of prot
Ia. Even so. the Giants were many of whom proved to be dis- and the Caribbean Series. ting oan tihe ten-horse- race w.s 1-Pinta () $1 4.40 atem
etant to part with him and appointments, evenly distributed. Noveo t -ir Bo dwn
n't have except to fill a' Among them were -Eddle The Series, which includes the off tIe fAvorite, with, MirMto 3-Mon Etl 40. leave
Wm. loaded with 'baseball spir- Clyde King and Rex Barney. Puerto Rico and Venezuela, also, The Henr White trained 1-Cars d "410611, 1 "Schoo
t Thomson way rise to haunt Rickey personally tried to eare Is scheduled to get underway seven ar-old son of sirT- 2-oranrOt 35and Po
aPolo Grounders and that's Barney's extreme wildness and Thursday. waySupbee the distance -Turf Lode NEA

ed hi ll potential. al quit ot him assembled. played inspired ball behind the to d
nhqee thev had to take. never made it. He called Gr Last night the Yankees, badly n 1:28 rates i dDe

sl.]ng Stepel' f0rh 1t
hug e may have been "Miksie will fix us," Rickey brilliant six-hit pitching of start and he kept close to Ce 2-hie's Nd$.4, The
yerrpoeld" for a lad his age. often said but Miksls now is one Cookie Stempel. setting Mirsatoata Chingrtd 3-Delhia $2.20. sren
lat the Yankees still lbelleve of the Cub Infielders. He never The victory was Stempel's first Relampo II way ela (
4e06 pitrh ever the. grand- Dick 8asler was an there of the ra il a Giraido foe 1-Stage Barge , 40 Inansh
and roof. Philv "Whiz Kids" -who had a Cookie completely dominated m unt through. eur $5.40studen
'When stout Steve Bilko first big moment in 1900 when he won the power laden Bombers and Mrtittats responded game? 3-Mallin $7.60. to d"los
e me un to the Cardinals, for- the pennant with a final day only a solid smash by batting to las Aguirres desperate W- ne-Two: (Mtate lWee- mates.
31er owner Fred Saigh regarded homer off the Dodgers, but he, champion Joe Tuminelli in the. Ing after being passed dur) $2 L
tfe hue first baseman as an- too, failed to live up to the great eighth .inning saved the losers on for a thr i homestret ca BegiT
SJohnny Mize.and one of things expected of him. from a whitewashing, battle th Mai o ll the -Main Rd .80 interest
future stars of the game. way from, the mile Post to the 2-Miratosts*580, .80 said
two or three false starts In most cases, such "failures" The Yankees moved into a 3-0 finh line. MainRoadwas entering the 3-Noveno $.4... ed al
only last season won a aren't the fault of the player at lead in the very first inning neck in front' enteringtee RAC schools
job and .recently the all but of' the officials and fans when they reached starter "Ma- stretch and slightly Increased- Brand $1.80 4 4 grools
als purebased Tom Al- who expected too much. But oft- mavila" Osorio for three big his mArgtn to score by a short -C. Brandl 3.80, schools
is a an Diego Negro star. to en a change of scenery is a big hits. Billy Shantz led off with a half length. h-Firene J9.00. Now
Ucate Bilko's first base po- help and i Bobby Thomson hits triple to right. Bill Hockenbury Noveno whih cosble win- TWELFTH RACE from 8
the jackpot at Milwaukee it'll doubled to left and Johnny gap and loomed possible w on $13.0 .20 4 ganiefrom
ate as one of the -'Whit noted homer over the rightfield fence. thefinal re. Et
Dark Millionaire fadeacWmlIUa
'. h The Yankees gpt their fourth shortlived advance on.the back-
aciStryskafic Twilight League beat out a In the riding deprtment,-t-
:,- grounder to second and advanc- te Manuel Yaza stole the ow
.o ed to second on Pablo Bernard's with four victories in five tries.
;:f, BATTING CHAMPION (In 5 or more games) wild throw past first. Stryska He won with Loito, ondrar
(First Half advanced to third after Shantz Petite and Pinta and failed only
V Team GP AB H Ave. flied out to center. He scored with the poorly perforiun
Ealman . . ... AL 8 24 12 .500 when Tuminelli erred a bouncer Charning Prince.
n.. .6 7 .48by Ray Dabek. Longshots dominated jester-
De .'YU .......... BHS 8 d9 .8 Db1day's program and maRny a
voaleon . . . BS 9 24 9 .375 The victory kept Manager Al moonshooter went home ap4py
Inehart. .. AL. 5 12 4 .333 Kubaki's local pennt winning Best win dividen W
..... . .. 8 28 9 .321 streak intact. It vwA Kubsi's Velluda's $44.80. .
'*I*UisS , 13 4 .307 seventh consecutiye Isthm in formed part of--a
.. ........... .m8 1 10 3 .300 championship. R k fi tiles nation (Sierra Vel ;OldiSA) '
Mater ........ LS 5 10 3 .300 in the now defunct Canal Zone which returned i, -*. '
.. . ... AL 8 28 6 .281 League and two in the Panama for-the day. "
Pro League. His previous Pan- The dividend ds
TOP FIVE PITCHERS ama League championship was FIRST
Gr W L IP ER ERA Pet. the.Yankee team of 1951-52. 1-Malay $4 .40, 4
Louisn hisinet2n2 role 2-Sincernded $107!o4! -h
e Louis Charles.. 2 2 0 13 0.00 1.000 i.T wo set a new nin $2.20
Webb o rnto ..5.. 6 1 32 6 124 8008 leaue record or total bases SECOND"
SEmbree.. 3 2 1X 18 .3 .667 wiw 901 wound up the season 1I-Lolito S8.40. 3.0, .0
Will Pretto"' ...... .5 3 ; 3 600 with a batting mark of .346 to 2-Bijagual $3.20, 2.0
.. 6 1.24 .Clyde Parris who would 3--.co Valor II $3.40.
1 T- L-.-L-' havee copped the. title with a hit First Double: (Mlaya-Loll-. -
T ADING o t is sEV OT La., e1 In his pinchhitting role In the to) $264.0.
418fl1C tle mino mnt Sthhhinning. THIRD RACE
lantic Little S The.Onkes fieldbd a team1-.8eriVeda44.80, 54.,15.20
S M a which included three pitchers 2-Odiland $8,, 5.60
S L e.a gu e m a wio ..fure'.m e tv .. rst base, B ill
-o rihm e oT o alruf iwW atr-n- o hu.ee E-s oedeneGlak $3.40.
., ---tie" d--. t e o-.Hbnb third base andI
TIC LITTLE LAGU Jhinny Kropf thrilled the
B STANDINGS SHREVEPORT, La. Feb. 15 crowd wth aclrcus catch a- A
Won oLo (P Re resai bf_ fhou gaLnt the centerfield fence that
is 7 10 Southern schools met today and robbed Bobby Prescott of a pos-
0o IeSr Bouthern schools met today and Bibler in'he fourth Innin
tA 2 6 was selected and major organ- the flyout Into a doubleplay.
t i f w as 1 t ete atdMmph or o H E R E 'S H O W e
1 L tonproblems were left to beKropf's. catch was the fielding HERE'S H

pptcy ~n ^ oN hetr eoM pooath gam.or
_iu 1 7 '7 wor out at a future meeting.,;"" g " t gae
"srs nREoSULTS mDefinitely entered in the con- er r ise le Simply GU
11Pto.aliee F olhs-0 fer ence, p encdinj formal apro- serves praisert or exceedn tls e

S. e b.uop ahlhoped to bea Ht-te c r- o r I 3145 Pntu

the the.C OfaS l ofthe schools,,er o areM in ri n HI tokrto ipnp
heg o ie h m enenar aeof tJonesboro. loaded and none out and put on F k ry
s. trSehirieCentenarybkepor t ao a fine exhibition to get o ut un-yo
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-O Desertion

cOf Red Spy

Moscdw's failure to protest of-
ficially the kidnapping of Yurl
fRlatovorow was regarded by
some diplomats today as an at-
teinpt to hush up the desertion
of one of Rusisa's top diplomatic
Ssple to the United States.
h silence apparently suit-
e. Amperican officials, who
hae been equally tight-lipped
about the bizarre case.
Rautovorov disappeared three
weeks ago in Tokyo after he had
been ordered home. A Soviet
p. okeiman immediately charged
he had been kidnappedd by Amer-
J.- Scan agents."
He was reported to have sur-
rendered to American officials
with a request for political asy-
1pm in the United States. An
American. official,- who refused
* to be identified, said Rast'ovorov
"la In our hands."
ft was understood Rasto-
'lvra has disclosed the secret
tpestions of a vast% Russian
espionage network in the Far
SJast. But the U. S. pvern-
;pbnt has not officially con-
^lrne4 that the Ruslan has
uwltehed sides in the East-
?WSrt eold war.
o. Anerican diplomats said to-
ay-the Kremlin has not lodged
any official protest to the State
Veprtment on Rastovorov's do-:
s A Check also revealed that
moscow Radio and the Soviet
avtvrrtment-controlled press have
.aiQed, to% mention his disap-
S Somne diplomatic experts specu-
r ated this silence resulted front
a top-level-.Kremlin decision
R ade iA tear that publiciszing
s. cast might give other Soviet
af cals Ideas of deserting.
R-afoyewrov was listed of-
i. Ibely as "second secretary"
t bthe Soviet mission in Jap-
;.. It was understood, how-
c.w, that his real Job was
b t of Rusia's, spies In the
'r East. HUhas been regard-
a s s the 't important Run-
3.-.' a deserter to fall into
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BERLIN, Feb. 15 (UP) The
Blig Four forelgh ministers mnet
for two hoars in secret session
today and intormed sources said
they made "some alight prog-
reas" towar-l agreement on a Far
Eastern peace conference.
It was thr fourth secret ses
ilon of the Big Four. They de-
cfded to hplo a fifth on Wednes-
day morning and Western soure-
es sald. there weFe "slightly bet.-
ter chances' now'that they still
aiay reach agreement.
The American, British and
french delegates halve propos-
ed holding a Korean peace

Five Candidates

To Be Interviewed

For Naval Academy

Five candidates from the Ca-
n.l Zone i'l be interviewed by
the committee or, appointment..;
at Balboa Heights Tuesday
morning for appointment from
the Canal Zone to the vacancy
at the U.8. Naval Academy at
The vacancy will occur next
June upon the graduation of
mWdshipmsn William Miller.
Five local candidates who
have- passed prehininary physt-
C j and written exanminatlions It-
cluide two CillstooAlti High School
students and three from Balboa
HiRh School One candidate a
from the States and is a grad-
uate of Balboa High School.

kovorov was ordered odb -The- Governor's nomination of
Macow abortly after. Befti a principal cand-date and three
,,pcuted on charges Of alternates will be made on the
L'"n. oasis of recommendations maCq
toWro apparently feared by the conamittee composed of
flr fate awaited him in the marine director as chalimanu,
homeland. the engipeering and construction
--- _- 'iredtok executive secretary and
Balboa Tides si'ipeiny dent of schoit d
The principal candidate and
Tubaday, Feb. 16' 'ree alternatbb nominated by
th Low tieA governor wi*r. be required to
a.m. ............ 9:08 a.in. take the Naval Academy qualify-
p.m ............ 9:30. p.. Inr examjlnationa.

(NEA Telephotos)
S .WINNERS Donald O'Connor (right) and Eve Ar-
Eioth won the coveted -lMs award by being named the best
W'tPd female stars of televiSion. A crowd of 1300 people was
iAMa at the Palladium Theatre in Hollywood where the
awdiV4were made.

batch Colonies



effect would recognizethe Pel )-
inw government as one of the
live great powers
2-Red Coinas would be given
toual rights with the Big Fonou
In all preparatory talks and ar-
irngements for the Geneva con-
3-The pgenda or p ogram for
Geneva would nnt be limited to
Korea and, later, to Indochina.
Instead the door would be left
c pen for extension of the con-
ferebece to general Far Eastern
Lecurltv issues.
Western sources said the West-

Dager Of Cancer

iIes Wfh Number

0 O arels Used
LONDON, Feb. 15 (UP)- A
British cancer scientists says
statistics .ave shown that the
risk of cancer increases with the
reumber of cigarets and the
length of time a person smokes.
Dr. Richard Doll, a member
of the statistical research unit
of the Medical Research Coun-
cl, said this theory has been
bolstered by experience among
tar workers.
He said that the risk of work-
ing in this industry is greater
for the young man than for the
old because the substance which
causes skin -cancer has a longer
time to show Itself in later life.
The same may be true of
cigarets and cancer of the lung,
he said. .
S"A thousand ciarets at the
age' of 20 may mfa more of a
risk of lung canai at the age
of 60 than a thousand cigaret
at the age of 50," he said.

ern foreigit ministers still o -
posed the idea of extending the
Geneva talEs to a general Fat
auastern co zence~---uch as Mo-
lotov has aimed at since the
start of the Big Four conference
Informatg said there was
still no so9 reas* uto assume
that agreement would be
But, they added, the prog-
ress made thtismerning-slught
though it w i-was sufficient
to Justify another secret meet-
The main problem now, in-
formants said. was to find a for-
mula on which the Western
powers and Soviet Russia could
wryee without either aide suffer-
in diplomat defeat.
Today's secret session was held
.it the Soviet qebassy in East

'Boy Meets Girl'
To Be Next Play
By Theater Guild

"Boy Meets Girl," a play by
Sum and Bell& pewack will oa
the next production of thi
theater Guild, It was announc-
ed today
Tryouts for this hilarious com-
edyv will be held at the Theater
Guild Workshop in back of the
Ancon Laundry Tuesday and
Wednesday. ,
"Boy Meets airl, a'biting sa-
tire of Hollywop:!, has- 18 speak-
Ing roles and, l addition,. pe6.-
oe are needed backstage to work
o:. scenery, wardrobe, art work,
etc. .
The director will be LerA
Worcester and production has
been announced' for March 30 to
April 3.

conference In Geneva, Switzer-
land, on April 1_ with Com-
munist China and other "In-
terested parties" present.
The Geneis conference would
supersede the deadlocked pre-
liminary Korean peace talks
which broke down at Panmun-
join in December
If the Geneva conference on
Korea succeeded, a second cusu-
"terence would be held on Indo-
thina with Communist China
::nd the three Associated States
of Indochinu Vietnam, Laos
jird Cambolia represented.
Western sources reported that
Soviet foreign minister Vyachea-
j'iv M. Molotov had agreed in
principle to the Geneva confer-
ence but witn tha following con-
1-Communist China would
'oin the Big Four In convening
the conference, instead of mere-
.y being invited to it. This In

13 Italians Nabbed

In Big Crackdown

On Narcotics Ring
ROME, Feb. 15 .(UP) Thir-
teen" persons have been arrested.
four others formally charged
tr.d a pharmaceutical laboratory
closedd in a natdon-wide crack-
down on narcotics rings, Italian
police announced toddy.
Ten persons were arrested -'n
Naples, two at Milan'and one in
Rome at tho end of a three.
month investiga-do;l that led to
Ahe discovey, Of Il -e O entities
of ehlorhyrte ov mefdline, a"
eplate -described AS one of the
most powerful knowji narcotics.
Search started in Naples when
oials of the narcotic were dis-
covere4 in a umber. of local
pnatmaeles. It extended north-
ward to Rome and thbi to Mi-
tan, where the source of the
narcotic was located on a phar-
maceutical laboratory owned by
bothers Aldo and Giulio Reiner.

Westermon Mode
iMeimber Of Social
Studies Society
The Society for the Study of
SocIal Problems in the United
states has conferred member-
-Jaip upon George W. Westerman.
i= mstigator of local social and.
: !.kt problems.
The organization has also in*
r'ted him to attend as a dele-
-Ate from Panama its special
.*pselon which will be held late
'his month at th- Henry Hudson
Notel in New York.
The socmlyv is an associatloan
of pure and applied and social
scientists including sociologists.
*S yhologrsts a n thropologista,
srilal workers and other special-
ints who are concerned with the
tillowinr objectives: (1) ad-
vancement of the study of social
problems; (2) application of so3.
iial science research to the for-
j ulationu of social policies: (3)
improvement of the opportuni-
'Jet sa d working conditions of
eectal scienitas.


Complete Self-Government

from Paramaribo, nam and the Dutch islands In the globe Went on quietly and
that a conference the Caribbean will soon form undisturbed.
Businwaa and 1 Dutch the Netherlands kIngdom con- From the outstart ,of negotla-
delegations reachedd siting of three independent tions the leading principle was:
agreement on a 61- states which will cooperate in To unite. n one kingdom all
statute for the new mutual affairs but have com- three states with independence
hisgdomn" caused olete .self-rule in domestic af- for each member and close co-
igpthUsml In Holland to- fairs. operation in those matters
This principle was agreed up- which formed the common in-
fftt the ne w re- on between the three countries terests; .
mp beeen the Nether- as far back as 198, but detaUs Among these affairs of com-
"'id their former colonel Of the arranfemsnt held up ap- mon interest-which ill be t4ak-
1 western qm hee wvi plieation of thi principle In e care of by the Netherlands
ettliW In th* practice for a long me. kingdom as so Ean nty-the pa-
$b-. The D eartTommpletion of the ties agreed to list Def et,
r Mw teflng which put nu U eof hua :
S Na Ib the e ip with the former _oeigUn bmml
:-M u rntlim aB21 Wed? A a)ne ad Un afar w$ a
e.roba~ o peacfuta he- AD these affairs wu. b han-i

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US Military Not Purchasing

Coffee; Living Off Stocks
-Uo -

WASHINGTON, Feb. 15 (UP)- Referring to Hazera's conten-
Gustavp Lobo Jr., president qf tion that prices had to go up
the New. York Coffee Exchange, to help ease "miserable" living
said today the U.S. military conditions in coffee-growing na-
forces have halted all coffee tions, Gillette said: "We love
t*Wing and are "now living off them coffee-producing coun-
eir stocks." tries, but we don't love them to
Lob0 did not say whether the that extent."
reported action would have any Lobo Insisted retailers still are
impact on retail coffee prices not charging consumers the "full
which have skyrocketed recent- price" justified by coffee short-
ly. But he said it'indicated the ages resulting from heavy frost
ar 4ed forces "have enough cot- damage to the Brazilian crop.
feC. laest them 'some time." He conceded "speculatorW'
SDefense Department spokes- have made 'some money' off cof-
m.n promised a check but said fee in recent weeks but he-flatly
It *,i have to wait until mill- denied they are "rigging" the
tary procurement records could market.
be examined tomorrow. Lobo cited grocery chain
Lobo made the statement on stores now charging only 83 and
the tIBC television program, "A- 89 cents a pound for coffee aild
mherftcan Forum," during a dis- said their prices were "a very
cusalon of current high coffee clear indication that coffee mid-
prices with Sen. Guy M. Gillette diemen are "not trying to make
(D-La.) d Costa Rican Minis- any undue windfall" out of ris-
ter Don Jorge Hasera. ing coffee prices.
Gillette, author of a Senate- He said coffee producers have
approved bill to place the New received a "fair" share of teh
ork change under federal price increases and now are re-
regulation, said each recent oqne- ceiving "not very far from 75 or
cent rise in retail coffee prices perhaps even 80 cents a pound.".
"cost our American consumers Gillette said he did not "be-
27 million dollars." lieve" Lobo's figures.

was granted Burin
Antilles already in
Interim arrangemi
the conclusion oft
the kingdom's atati
For' all pract.al
new status wil: not
importantt pQlitlca.
*changes as far as
lands are concerned
The most lmpo ta
that by the acdp'.lo
statute the rela ioU
Wrt Idian terrlt
en a solid, mod
.A RM agreeable bi
l'r the

t ii

wU be completely Independet.
They will be governed by their aa
maents. ,e a

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am and the draw from the kingdom whenTw-.
1948 by an er they wanted,.
ent pending It was reported from Inform-
the talks on ed conference sources in Ptsa--
ute. mpribo that Surinam Stopped
pur.oses the th's demand almost S .
bring about The matter of withdrajldIj
or economic probably not be menon
the, Nether- in the statute, these PasuadbO
d. reports said.
Other problems cohceWed W
lit question is position of Dutch-appoi fted *v-
in of the new ernors their author ifgwll
ship with the probably be limited the
oe'Is will be right of making reg nta for
ler. and mu- air transport facilitla
basis. Tha so- On this last point th DSSEI
international originally wanted to kel r
y maintained hands of the kingdA -
ment for another t '
the draft sta- It appeared from un-
>uded in offi- ramaribo reports
t may be as* ference considerably
were no prin- period after which. tM#& -
the original should be given tt
parts of the kind -
et before the It was not exe-te -
racto started tails of the approved
lownds that lute will be discl
epbtain a pro- arrangements will
OtMe to with- for parUamentary -

chat With newly arrived US
Ambassadorto Panama and
Mrs. Ielden Chapin. at a rem
ceptlon; given in their honor
,Saturday night by the Amet-.
can Society of Ponama. Amer-
icans in the -large group whicht
had its first formal meeting
with the Ambassador and his
wife include Otto Hasmann,
William -Y. Boyd and HaroWS

Pope Broadcasts'

Message Of Hope

To SickAnd Ailing

- Pope Plus XII broadca., .a
message of hope to sick.and it-
ing people throughout the woilh
yesterday in a voice weak d
tremeuloi from his. three-week
PFo the first time since IMe
suffered an attack. of gast lia
Jan.. t the potff left his sck-
roou this mofning to. atOl
mass- in an adjolning prfyae
chapel. : I -
ored the Pop MSe we r a o
bai message to te sicr ofa Ae
world fro-mIs b edside kSW e
day n f Hoe alsse renoded
thie papalt benediction idch
concluded the broadcast over
Vaticah Radio yesterday,
The remainder of the message
was read by Father Francesco
Pellegrino, a member of the Va-
tican-Radio staff. .
The message usually is made
by the Pope each year 'at this
time. Yesterday's broadcast
made no reference to the Pope's
own illitess. Last year the Pope
was iII with bronchitis aind un-
able to make the broadcast...,
In. the final paragraph. of the
part of the message he recorded
te Pope said Jhe wished had
the omnlpresenoe of GbO.to en-
able him to vit all the a.ck of
the world Msronally.. :'
",ow we W sou EW, U
in the rnlft 7Y wT5f

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SAN REMkO, Italy, Feb. B ofstje.
- A small, boat carrying at found the o
Ava Gardner and 15 others W as attempting to ma
lost in the stormy Mediterrasit hi i siore wise -a ny
yesterday for' four hours before ,
being found by a rescue yacht. of the actress said sHe
Miss Garlner, Italian stars Va- escar ed In ry. They added, ho*-
lentina Cortese and Rosisa o r.- ever, that va was "very scared"
zi and director Joseph Imanzie- and her nerves were extremely
wix and other members--of the strained.
cast and crew of, the movie ""The
Barefooted Contesa"' had shovb1. The actress was taken to her
off in the boat to shoot scenes at -room- in the Savoy Hotel here fIdl
sea. lowing -he rescue and put to bed.
The sea was calm and tbe, wO members of her film company
their sunny when they started out d she hoped to be able to r,-
but a storm kicked up', around g t.awork on the picture tomol-
midafternoon and 'swept them ro.t aIf a night's rest.

tears, bringing om gw" -
ing wounds, ivipn0!*CkUW
and health," he ial.' --,
Vatican sources familiar with
the Pope's voice said they were
surprised by its relative strength.
They aid It was _qbvIo_ ly the
voice of a man who ha been FROM
ill, but the deliberate manner in FEB n18T
which the Pope spoke made the FED. 18TH
address more effective.
Before the broadcastoday the
Vatican Press Bureau sm it "
wk e --,-re, --- t I'
was "happy to a _buno-.. th THE T E L I
the Pdpe. lft his ME"nor
the first time sgoFM
his indls JpsItlO tF" I


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