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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00295
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tth t]Erawird.BWr8 atit iii su, iSst
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e C'no hiring 8Is continuing, and
mdIbfor derstood that' several
Iiaet Thwfasath To
MA^' OT?, orwitteaesincluding
S .C one of the men
Se letter, would b
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officee, h oa* today on threats to
Oa'flNNact Indian troops in Korea by

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asked the United Nations comn-
mand for "proper assurances" op
e welfare of'I Niorth Korean
pls~~ ars& nt to India for even-
u4 r .esttlement In a neutral

. The relaxing of the B OQ p'Q -
vtlo. came in. a mlIdly-wor d
jitter' from wmetense Minwoter
'Bohn Won II to lihth V. .&
Army commander Gen. Maxwell
D. Taylor.
-i'he.tone of the letter c40-
tad s44dSrly with a, note frdIa
accpo1 St msrsbal Gen. Waui
on DUk t t Indian coft-.
inid in whiftl he' aid ta IWBy
he remaining Idlan trOopBl
leave here" unless I.dia
nteed the welfare of the
,In. India ignored Won's 4e-
The ROK peftase nir
juked Taylor for tree
mtnn 'asurances" n t.e
l.-Tlat the Koreans "not be
$teat to Communist countries,
(although two-f the POW's aA .
e- sent to Poland asd
ka. "not constitute
S al=h'a) burden to this
"ctni / M t
3.- a if no neutral nation
accept5s+eIm as permanent set-
tiers, y.' "a Ihe returned
Kbrea at the reSponBlbility
"the Indian government."

Rep. Adam Powell

To Oppose AMon
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premtat7ve Adam C. Pow-'
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Demn1, Jr., (front center) handcuffed ta.
Nat Ganjey (back center) and Mrs. Hel S~iwia
Philip Schatz anc Saul Wellman wvAWk al

Fresh Lettuce, Spuds

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hn it wiwork. exp
In dtail last
B Un. Chief eo
t New York pr e .Se-
, at the second i bwrer
er orur on
top. The meeting was
i. Board Room ef ti --
ton Building and O
5ved by D out r preprTed$at

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d e s ate to be to
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Isnary operations, ilk. the
ft. Was charaStedgied by
S ents eof both bd 1d
1e 'avea

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galry peraftns, %!" he

The general tone of tbo meet-
ing was aptly described% 1 the
onpilng stimedt by onon,
ho said. "We are not here to.
settle anytii. but to ind out
vhat needs setting and tart It."
The meeting opened 7 1n..
and continued until after I1. It
Ws attended by representatives
of all UB..-rate communities in
the Canal Zone and practically
alU of the- organized employee
grou .*In closing the meeting,
te SPupp'M and Service Director
thanked ae representatives for
their attendance and suggestions
aftd announced that another
similar torem will be held. at a
future dkte.
last night4 forum developed
an extensive list of suggestion.
Indicative of the wide range of
subjects Introduced are the fol-
lowing: New Zealand lamb,
Commissary brand becon States
and local beef, potatoes, lettuce
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,'Cpllins Appeals .
S- On Far East
The U 8. Circuit.Court of Ao- last March after the judge ruled
peal ,fo the-'th Judicial Cir- a non-sult and dismissed the
h; it ltng In New Orleans, ha3 case of ht client. Mrs. Chevll-
Sthe decisions of Judge lette R. Doil'heity, va. Police-
i -uthrie F. Crowe in the matter man Frank M. Seivoa, represent- BERLIN F 18 -
Sthe p n of Attrnay ed by Attorney J. 8eridan, LN, Fe. 18 (UP)-The Big Four foreign gri
hn o.l c asm well as the Jr. Mrs. Do~hertY allied that terms agreed today to hold a Far Eastern Dace oC(N
i damage suit ouL of which t he w#4 maicously accused of nce with Red Ch rn Apcl c ,
drew. *Mriving while o xilated, a w a at Geneva on Apdl 15.
Veteran Attorney CqMins was charge that was later with- The agreement was reached at a final sert
suspended ftora practice for two Orawn. In this case, the appeal L .s Borning and wasto be announced office
years last April 1 in an action court neld: r sIonts W morning and was to be announced offie
which followed an exchange ot "It is undisputed that boln later today.
remark'ln U~l District Coprt at appellant and he husband h Accordin t infrm
Ancon and a tsbsequent rumpus been drinkln on.the an i According to inormed Western sources the ca
Sin-nthe Judgt anambers.' th incident In those of the ference will be limited to discussion of a Korean pod
EA T el*phi'--In-'he sas1b Xh rinx thezurnc ien In tue a ll =
(N Teleph h t fht~t l- aurrn, ap h d- settle with participation of the Big Four, Red Chi
)f six persons coi- Penslon, ca US apologized ly; and was ch th anu
the forcible over- the Judgep. bu claimed that lie found rullty of d sturbing the and North and South Korea.
m L Detroitcourt- bhoLuld have ,pun hel un- p eace apart froh the complaint iaild folw n hi c
urt are Thoias D. der the cnD statutes rather cargg operation of a moaor soWd be folowed by fn Indochina confere
lamn Allan tht); than those i to the dii vehicle whl lntoxlcated. Ad- in Which the three associated states would participd
es ear iplin a n co edlyurt ielat nt Was od the in place of the North and South Koreans.
o convicted. c pped in weich her e Agreement on a Far Eantern a and France have woo

hknwle oto tnei Wpeldent, i It was reached following a se withnve-o
Te uh avn i M a ho told ries of conestgoasebory to be unltd rn -edo"
%wloftsebyivcv.etoh. I

Told Councils Meet u-srbe eign mirlter V.xM9lotov. W ill hopi ie tc
nohsflintit, WFori. 1t w rel h foreign minis- we shall ed
rt1hoer ldoes zwt It was a ma- ti~t justi oe ill. ely-,

W hd t.. 1 O em,-o a. rL =tI al tr onene bUng.

- 8Mplms cn.o purfntaisee ro M
Isthmus. .
The first sh ent of le#ec
u under .t, ;;X i M e
tor t the r rev
mentV t to -t. f
five tI t be
tween' field h i
the Commr e aler iMch-'l 1 re
quired byr purchase and
As ex lained by toe ChNef FOOI
Buyer under emnexts b
personally du mu wsteri
trip, the lettuce (for other per
Ishable) 'wM e a Ieclally select
ed In the fields; Ially crated
for eporrt; vac chilled,
new process; shipped by reri-
gerated tr*cV$p to New Orlean
or the nearest rt to the fields
and hipped to the isthmus b
the mot facility available
sary offlWials ,e bl pleas-
ed over the pi res.
They cautla td ereWesenta
tives attending the meeting
however, tha ths special han
dling and agenr ia l.o ettuc
will mean slight Increase i
cost. It is expected that the head
of lettuce.arriving this week eni
will cost bout flye cents mor
a head.
If the first shipment mee
expectatloAs, the method of buy
ing and shipping, will be con
Linued and expanded to a varie
ty of fruits and vegetables grown
in the western and southern
Complaints were hear .early
I:- the meetiag.about the qual-
ity. of potatoes being soel. and
one represntat&vi brought a
sample bag of potatoes for In-
Barton agreed with the comr
plaints and announced that Im-
mediate steps will be taken to
get premium grade potatoes.
"Iverytime- I valt ,the Cans
Zone. I leasr a lot'" he told, the
group. "This time I am convince
ed that your complaints abou
potatoes are entirely justified."
He then explalaod the meth
od of buying and Npecting po
tatoes which bkve usVed.
Among the nsaw yf4 wIlch
Jonsn and the ss of

elals ali greed wto atoe
changes and .ipveeen were
Prov*0e Uwr. iajAced M d
wich bread; make a los ched
on packgedM crea th
variety f cadle, f1ult,-
and jellies; mwprome the.quality
4f packed aalt pork, L Ay ap
plea for "'Od ap apmpe pie.'
isndstud means for a better
entififation of p B" N
pl t" helvee- 0.
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im 4.

eraite Blr seftl.vea and
Smetf ta la portanoie e pt ap l

n Of a.
B w i. l ,COIco] aSle, the appeals
n coi e, r -- Collins) who
- d for cal- pra here brief, did aot
Srate de j be low Io not deiy
I d to the employees here, that rt chambers and
d w erre o ence 9f. Ided directed to
*e when trnanferred from a U4 0, Ute J e. he acted in.
e Mt. to work on the Pacific temperate j T i advicedlyI
Side c counl spokesman nd te dthe offensave and-ein-
Ssa-te' Athe Oovernor is re-an rd apthe aI
d v.lewa l M matter, and will try -ult.lea SlIehand epith s
;to n visions to house cumt that he .lu noe the,
a tho a qpcoyes in Zone cam- a mt ,dnot-use the
tomunel o have children at- words attri, d to him in.the
Is -endM Qtone schools. court room an* that the cir-
1; the Il
S been no reduction cumtc, uerwhich the
y ce bvic council repre- words uttered in cblmaS ber were
esThe only robem u Sed th btae and.
wrhIlrz a s the Mt. Hope t real contentions, however,
uar le raters felnthis are: (1) thb;, whe what he iid
w would b pdequately taken carewa n law. and in fact cn-
e oiemptuous and would have sue-
of now. to build a swim- ported a contemL-t order, It was
e I Parals was de- nott troUnds within the Canal!
Sfat a tion Civic Zone Code. for disbarment or
d fared f were told there suspension, and (2) that the
d oSers fl ds available at udge was disqualifled by bias
-e from bear and acting in the
economy cut In the matterr and od, upon Colln
ono w psible affidavit of disqualificatlons,
0c olevisonwas responsible have recsed hinelf.
afO ltaor el whonwouldth e in A eareftS examinationn of th.
n cha ot lol-raters summer Codal ProvWiloni. under whica
e i irolrams. The meavy the proceedglt was brought and
cut % amcool budget made nalntItned and of the many de.
it imoalbile this ear for the clselos, deadng with proceedings
schIto th provide this help, u' this kind and controlling here.
lyinc co pILLmen were told. As a eaves us In no Ooubt, in the
i Soelastilmen were tod as a lAht of the undisputed facts
e~ty et Governor thattha the district judge was an-
ryt on voluntee from thoried, under the Canal Zore
penity to help thi Code. to prLteed. and ought te
r in nity oh summer nate roceeded.as be d that
A =oe to change the sys- nothing In fhe affidavit filed oy
o temnA deductions with regard CollinR showed. or tended to
1 to.,A a bonds now be how, that the district judge was
e purhl, by local-raters was itn law or ir fact disqualified:
cnrA favorably by the that in fact and in law he was
Gt Oov1 ,'.It was suggested that .ot du qUalilled and that the
Ins& t a $18.75 deduction frder appeJed irom should oe
-now e taken off at onc affirmed. -
Sthat deductions of isW bel tIn view, boweer, of the fao t
p tp ea riod 'i. that in COUdilnz his brief, pth.
L wo i y evate the bur :p ellant stAif 'Collins begs
do. rather + who wis- 9rd M frow Judge Crowe (re-
Sto. ti ond q easier 'ar of1 t hO outcome of this
p WOpWpe) for the noxiouss terms
*epselentatives uWed 1 0m r by him in the-of-
ew syem m ix of the Judgl on the after-
e .' o ,ffet as nOOn of MUch 5. 1953: and cf
S. PW1W iW machinery 'he further fact that the ord.r
U Bwas naot live but ilscplin-
hESIW l rate communlties ry ouW mdate wil provide
M dl to o 1Ptthal 'the liflftance of the or-
r agammase In diser Is WIW('lt orejudie to, anc
Imnm no lner npu tile
aJir olu e ttn, i rtgtof e o Jgdis.
Sat nv time. upon'
L S3Sutfiet and satisfactory apnl,
4d 6 to WO e l.l--
SIfN S 4porder, or to revoke It or
Pwrm ta to
m* a. re. U
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expiwB T0 ilOrese fIs nateew s
of vd-jn1 Ri mflcatlon of ZDC
by = OMe o FehParllpment.
ltergo today Seretary of
Seate John s;6 Dalla sald
the Wesmbt poveZ intend to
stay I Berlin, and warned
they will treat any attack on
the ciy "as an attack against
their fotres and themselves."
Dullef told American occupa-
tion troops at an early morning
review that 'they are Iguardians
of the ,rrt frontier of our free-
dom-the freedomm of the West-
ern world."
He failed Soviet-surrounded
Berlin as "It very special... unique
symbol of tb* indomitable spirit
of freedom."
The Seeret ry of State recall-
ed the iS.-l*tklah-French dec-
laration of May 27,.1952, which
said in part:
"The three governments will
continue to maintain armed
forces within Berlin, and will
treat any attack against Berlin
as an attack against their forces
and themselves.".
"Today, in the presence of you
rien who exemplify .the reality
of this declaration, I would like
to reaffirm and underscore its
continuing validity," he said.

At Bla. | 'oid
i e mon 'at sundowr;
ach group protesting al
the failure theconfe
members to unite divided

'West Gaine

At Berlin'

SChurcr hill

LONDON, Feb..18 (UP)-FP
Minister Sir Wrnmton Olr
said today he believed the
has gained adanafr
Big Four FO?_ Mkters
- But he said he.does no
proposing evert higher level
with Soviet Premier Geoagl
When labor pacifl1,2
Hughes asked ChurabI
would now call hghu
"'!n vew tbf the falbw'
Foreign Ministers c
Berlin, Churchill t
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fore the foreign miniuten conference next week. He Mf
opned the final sessions of
t r eenference hre,. uaid the "I hAtw .k ao.. r t' to so
tern powers till hope to anything I d
aebleve the reunification of cheers) btt
Germany. I have tU H
"For four arduous .Weks. the gain d ut-
foreign ministers of Great Brit-

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l 1 KOVA "..RUM r ngt m N C s I ** e ..... r- -' .d d , ', S Iane&
4,-' I e..., A ,..- and a long standing t br eak $. ap- 'aE a I
RI ELabor James Mitchell a ela z a
H E ctMA I cu L 1Xcites to the Repu'm ca'in

;ty's counter-offensive a rtyBs the ..' t .&l,. ass n.1week
The Moll BoE x aan open D orum r readersT R The PFemmeS Amer tOCratic-labor coall itix aon
ham. Le are received gaefultly sad eae handled in a wholly coen f-- - Fl orida, C
odetionl mamer. y this campaign w itae a n '"- i.
et day. Ltene are published to the fonrd er fi ave prove that labor cant glt a .
Pesmo ts "em kep O the p less limited top o e eirie soi s thfetic hearinng ni this aft h a-a S- Ma
Id.entidty at of I er writes held in stifiet on adefha .e tio. It is the hitedH Houe '.an- l =-. -
This mewspepepi aismnso no responsidiltr. her atmenis n s piin l swer to the Demoras Pattn ys I n,, a t
f Hodtalw
expres m d in ltiese to i m wexte a charge that the G. 0. P.; 'l vis -' How,.e e
ANCON DEER CALLED DESTRUCTIVE PESTS The -hone call to Nion ms . .~~n a b ow t as
n tfrom hci visit dt to the AFL conven-g |. ." p / -_ . . e ople r
ir: tion back in Septe ber in St , refused v tIfhadi tsenger the"
is. There, at lunch th ebullipt r- lst t -gv.'.. n, h. en t -
How silly can one get about those deer on Ancon Hill? There Jimmie Petrillo cornered the Vee lstt xc]Pt wy go cement
should be nothing disturbing to a normal mind about the destruc- and urged that the -0 pere ut T -i, is M i
tion of wild animals. eDecially when there are valid reasons for era amusement tax be ied out r t
their elimination. s . . o that more people would go out l
S A Fienchman once wrote a yarn about a lonely mi n whose on the town, to the theatre or to r aL i av t
only companions were the cockroaches that swarmed about his the movies and make thousandsI s. -. ue o ,
table when he sat down to eat. He found they had many lovable of jobs for musicians and other erce -.part1n d to dis.- rity I, i
qualities and would have been apple at the thought of killing entertainment folk. d se a fll t her at e
ene of them. Other psychotic peope lot their minds become so- In a, T,
disoriented that they cannot bear to sp o a poor defenseless Jimmie was invited to telephone n t
ant. when Nixon got back from hist l
SLet'a be honest with ourselves and face the facts. A deer is a world circling trip On te is mor wed toi vern e l
destructie pest and should be so considered. When their num- ing of Jan. 12 the phone tang in plane, as Tas bptr e e sigatue to fo
bers increase to such an extent that they become an expensive the Vice PrOsident's office, v al kem an admit"- co te a vo
ulsance to the community, drastic steps have to be taken. In it was Jimmie Petrillo saying t hoWever, th other goi. e _.le *

Y . .. 2n, ow ervee .x eydsc s. eot tf v o vn .
our local situation. if the mait eari be salvaged there are many howya, veep. They discussed m- ed r t offic ials Igtl ei ilt
indigent people among our local rate employee,. as well as Icn Pan- Ination of the 20 percent Federal Pue.. rto Rico by otb .- sm w l t
amanian orphanages, who would welcome pich an addition to tax. Nixon said he realized that wi I es F tnshe rdn. 4a ni iit
their scanty diet. such action, or at least par. allIy M ents. Fir them the VerPaiu t that goal.
The Governor is to be commended for his belated but forth- slicing the tax, would n obs I bad to pay extra trIiportation
right action in permitting qualified hunters to rid the area of and he promised Pet lio lhed try peeIof -a hI s nt eting bhl, cleee dc
nuisance. Of course, he'wll be roundly condemned by cer- and deliver. Jimmien awo &di u his could nveY taken o b e mTb.er ,li I lim
sentimental women (who might better concern themselves phone call feeling he ha a fluend. could ave taken CvMit Ate -- Con
the human misery that is all about us), but that should not That day l e St. Louis when te ,lane and LSd. hils hivot 1 h enn avy. Iome e it h irn? t
er him from considering the greater good of the community. AFL convention rose p on the -- &n A. l plane e,, th s i S o hg "{, a
Above all. let's be adult in our thinking. Maudlin sentiment Vice President and moc ed i s ofv. t- eoeets nae rft
pretty childish characteristic. er of friendship seemed a long, -. a. . . mee!s comisianer I flova
isus Another aide f President hisqn- Crookdg age pensil Wo ils bi l
tbo. S hewer now trying to push that coql. ny nnGray, aun in ,t,th e t y t h nd u -h i o s l a new gven m t-.s a
*e ... .... P .. . ... . inss out of labe' attitudes Lk Tre i t a a j i personal i ae nd N o o e afe a o lda-, ysal4 a 5 .u
Anw r to Previous P o le bor Secret or tooell m- e. a y ofDr. wokeyse 1 n nd is ,al morthot v~e Ii trio
Movs e Actor I idA edthe A 's wn w Martin i .r-By .r.o s n th-e p lc $0, 000. luoa- It Ba
Mli iAd t An w to Prv.Mire tcheldnl appears o have be i- rd den.h ws rIa aue hsad Ii i s wht llo . I b a w.
ACRe DOW into the labor leader's own ball- SYDNEY, Australia T er has slightly wrong, but -1meanmot believe a .killaftedr fleecin their followers w Ie y des e Cohittee r we bel to car
SAMie t i ac wicks to tell his story. bea een revealed a fascinating (to hat th e we a rs rl.p 4 i05 meeting ith false starts. It is not as bad loon a aI th Tn a- hsu en eson to scti
SaScltiso r 1 s Ae Typical Is his trip next' wee:..to me) seet of di losurea about racing in which a ll h oray we t rY 9n,al aos. rit ad to be, but the acehecame to Was.. etond aiap ii th e ie
c oT oPr v "r o FlC ot, Mich,, a city which emo ere. These revelations, wst fi or trainer wer f a oc eys n s the rsotel ,rno "o.hy I cbulldozerou dOd deat- o nw0e l @ n /rt ai e tot

S2l n ai t or a ino chronola o gicare F th e A t led Sout d tayn thpld g e nhe r on a a ra e d -ai w2 3meont tiunonhis a d dieco
eof4e -o4Woollygosofd,.al.y nkdow's thes. yd teySu eertY Ofthe Jockeys,and and.ny.
S r youngsters of 5 A tempted butplace of ter thu er's their onfesslons of 'a backslid jck- thought tey t wlin1 it. wh. bets form i s a moron. i t youtanablnt aev-a. ,
t oid 6 o at LAut oUnion. Asks an yoe wheo eov- e A Mr. Pat Sullivan, whoe has That's wht makes e iase noting, The horse player-the true oor O ln at t
SH.xude Isand Eve (od p tr. Tere-the Asidowns there brnb ig -ridden. heis race, due t1 sinful- because "information Is what a player, as I ai -is roilly ut.anv .ta hi s ow3 vitaml .'pisrK q'iiar-ch
er rHe Is a --. M re n t' t e Thirties Recently,' AtLur hess, h as dic ito tell A, and man seeks at the rano64rck and happy if ho Wb e because t de -Wc ncd nta e ses to had fl'otiJJe'
iminmer 8prdRomant date Suil pfli eld, Jr., and om l his it is .no wonder ui~n Itorsep erans' it It's right e st,ehe will o smes 411 toy fith l it people at cost.- ..a,. ut
E d..c..d. euhe o .d. -. to Ane onymous, Ltd., i which n ave a reiuT gluepot stoaglgt.I an, e hi s plaer olwaswn meet th uno hineg wi e th, Doe Townsd afnpi th e 9 a- '
ll stwrm 10 For fearthat.27Deniod 4beMasculine I/b a "Lincoln Day" b supper prsonal unte r e was founded tremendous o t we the irst wrong ow or the W l.n trainO., d thah derd only tIfe ia yu m -
SScttdsh 11 Bulk Aes nickname l nt'a big IMA Auditorium i t o aerei t, a e u avorit es w r etrejle neck r, b fo re tie ore.o a bl,,e offea ,,vfosrohpi e rs ld tl.' itoo'rel
h fold 19 Wande Idly, .9 Plexus 44 Among, Feb. i.b .Mr. r uelfva who h asbeen bet cricks. .40 rub:hpEmet.etswhg wo m--e ,ingonoa Pieaetaofcorniie io te ire
Notion 20 Unit of weight31 Head cover-s 45 le orne M nchiga l ls a Ivotal la e. Ani d own for w h seems to be f r- andn I woinnlag"raner whotae l I eat a'g ood brea in th lal
Horscoor 22Cloyppe t 4 ruofthe inthe or te ,- er, displays n appalling crai- The wonderful basic dishones Im how they bew Od Sweat-l morning and a irly gqo a l st
Jaoh (Galic) 23 Bellow former pa tree a00 s of 11hom are hs is in' the' h W b aen heof raI a tralisba iAirt a -"ouldn'tmbid that daxsdy. .w[ghtln Ie ; e ieq -dTMi

u1udie ti. AL l th rr0eleb n dher S It fr aacs ett c t .1 ut eos h isic di ndtat in a no
Ino (aelic )24 Military, ,ta 4n b edluA doL VUindu l a,'ndoeta Arid ArlINGTO Na ( ) his the e w ha t l a al h, .resse an uarm w Uo. nsersd po e admiration G or

Pv wnoromntr A t ra st, vitcel1 at is A er oa otlheywo &to is e int ma hei era n meo at a p t waolhi te- abt stcaN ia
' a- '*re n-t- w equest wil C ounl, pla boust a e boys h dn theet fo s r W te dre m nthiIraa rendser i "' in o against e a lo
t rdeasd o 5 .o. n r to ,roua k "th l sme ae l l in toes ab er I s w eys a t 6w ing. I just don't need any more t- .

Triase ar The BlGeouss C county R e- p tb Jan g a ad. 'a t t ch s o

-lckloard.'_ !m. f t.C o .the AC osr S arot iii, .y a i iAAi o. .nur. lyas. kedla.aa o, aowrnaend no.se' b aWi
1rIOrih .. ..hat us e ve
aonil AL and CIO leade be If tU tt a wUg rligh" ad h e had. I kw theta_ ni'a rtme honest i' po b to bq ne w compare to tli
c1d to discuss A their e conote a et down&, orn t. oa-i awhac a owner, Aom msg t tiv r autd ecu at e, you really love at of livan o su u 'ur

problem w ith .Soa b- ,e k io nginS a e conke trol d lckandan e tr-ong a' A s s h e wI , ela o t thebteo It let. _
apllatihoon Was sot p by tle RlpOb- s o ei vo ola (t i d ... jt s hille l da all to e th e t-" dia danil now i i r ," o n"a t "e --.
A.1eI AaLt and Ch agreed The on p po ods .tiduhlh some- Ala thsme o e ther Aonly' eas do 8 hi--ment ory wh toml ,wM u- a .o ."

I [mln^. PI ^^^^ I I^ "ttlt shire r ambled eggs with ke 's tim burdened wlapm. Is hes flloed I honestb tomd ips thoe horsa, l.aen iyt Anh goGU, co&l. imn-il Iow mp.n s
Demol.shoo The Gehs.. -.;o__*unt I _eptfI I .hod ... "" -- d s "a with i sho, a .flat a d eter ian d While bi e anont run any It Ig i.el a e4 ge aid in ng i al t o f ta
.." ll ^r l* I ^ ^*// l ^ I i'"'tlu tmazinlten rough, Robert Car-. rut torfctm, Others .r Cutl tprindt tha m h o eilaa, een w ith a oa, Gienerawly SotUie wN ,Rs lth -tSV r-C old peI A lrlaoc'it
_l 9 regional director of tse A auto d out of turn, then pulled thip p.aio m'owne r( .Il e a wod -tels oo -rtd r-t., wor M a Ats a s l
l ardhashatalri ukn diuer's own uoirn on.A lhr and p made lJ p r ter iy x r caa r ye srowI f t the Jtand fli e i. h s wht oea has.u t ro en sa"r e e n-al t"'-s'- met
_ihe!t..bu.rre ete o D. th a t, thi. f . lin iat a r thaunt bee-i i I A a aree aot o or el

o oe bleA FL and COl mb f bri O eft wa Twngi th tear t he hadoli wlo ht eta wo wa deer d es u .is a t in to h et he n Thsnw GCtoft
h l es4 -iiI i i n te. Ag sidsen, Ftihr do butwen he rantthng woe n h aaerarobeein froked, ru- iag t lhem ar out sfor n exercise st be at auenr.eoneot r, ^ont, o 'aoN
proubd'lemswithhim of Soabralas. Frtes e S i an gai ns co oa t Iew elsio bu t0 Se.el S en e "og ,,oll, po,, d f. .....
FemininePu110butto e.Iion f in towp that saddled,,i.O and ts pho r a t wuo d cadp t d. sotolv ni o1n b e "haimnt" ws ca s e t uiae f rs is l pe a sto-
IioI, s, ", -U mt oeoTthefwch plant pttoes tc lo rak n tn m ..' r t o w more o U _te ia te .A fa .t Utierbi p angeaty-fgeso n te o i.. .T ..

tso ands rnis ll Moutta In boids hoe an ert e asm he lincodnoe ty nahem turalo Wrorke an Alt : '
aIe obrfe es t g wth rsa mep botatps stll eaiof. CIAl lould the' s aI hve ieldM oM s t*a in --l mnerhat thtsDE CS 5
bilane aF Lagbntd.C O -e asgreedcesshehesme-o-avoid rsoi0adsfound f JaeDr.T&*vynd eipdo

A viestronsdand t-ohmorsauncrn oanutiatoetheb t A .o paTheno ltwth..* iget-4a mhe- s1o. iv. aant
p .sa t aopsoi groupU_ ty. T..r o .rinth.Deg h wstasnepier Aerssath deer en has..r9ito.a hei u.,. "
te when notdv bisert'ewih. ber uIshotefini r.-an tobcar oun his l asg-wlipiLrr ar fled oran
ons Mtchel wlant pst-j a hlte eaasMmdeeaenaih over, 5.v10&ays h awahs e'atVr
Onag thr hmaiteHosen glber.tere arl rtotld pCa SON Wh 8S enTNIatheaoernsuAoldUnmu otr resI-

Serii Adt.o n raton' first me t.rt t r.n1' spi "t h .all to a s" tand ,: wh charged with cofrI in ant r t .
Cadsmno ,ien a rw-doera ll 'Iuil kl aen o nnofIia .s ups w-esstlioh f t sc t s e yara I thonll i Herw Is I
ooi yopoian'ot. sWmhavwfatheaareeto joltshuchfusiAi
'Hehasradlla r -r (erA) o lAka the sapaee wile a ta outio W
leQbre akfomasnt, e d p aker t It Atericn pulwo erd dssSt! i a- in Alsk th ge ,thei d odin'hs memore ty o ak eo
wtoll Michleall Re whnatherh ftebewreat to funotooisl it- 4;souon ge W"at

rhe q m e lt, tourni the patwo usll.y.a a b, thrbeatsen rO ItheSt Wate. th e ares m ayi 'ot in h oeh a An o:-
andc-wis orank1i ng.Olc th a lsu trhete r i osa n u i lns. inh a so tmon- r teul str sa lo atvr.If ey e th u i oas t o c ""
Th e ei tuger wis ak tem M a to aph tp igrao Iaus ei hoe r ut 2aotc ae W Toug o t et ufaemttaheo .tef,"
.. tothe.A 'p arl k uthe Dlan tCIO rihea a si me ttrttu-shtemetfra xcios l ee g or t, we heut
l-n Aatw PeInatwa sad lv mh U.n. eda. Soerr. Mice whi- A t lr a .ut.enpa ssd blt"1th e ;ar t orsei t st 1s" ptiaie.&e
C iw na o thell tgipmes tnetat i1. owotke esw of.. giasMhl angs eudr.1I -O ,_im, i11intte e lo .

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cocenltoeilthrbl"Ltmtthr eeeRind you oftheWln get tSala
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petVent thie Me loweulrmsh* o to o s in 41 oi at got e nie Soates 27u foun a.

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aerthn',s aF e e .singp.. C ie. ne. do~nrl a d and e rits apouands eit IX

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(UPj .-- *4 deV gian in the bittejf frowp the proteation of the PreI- newsmen whFao were caught in
ISCO An Wn 1omla van e toerdr A. te 0a
roosevel, tnde- intaZtoft. Three of the American were
u Vrcetrent of so ,roxtdo eized last March while sailing
;ipn the haAeNta M ffiu ourn a yacht of ema Kong. They are
Th-re Hs a Taso BOt IiPio ( f ae RIut b chr Appe t, Bi ee-r in n to *ear r pl r
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U Ti T e oM E. !r a! y' a lui sl e s 1 b U I L a s v e d P o v e r s
t-6 H~r Lk o naton t oitowent alo wpritHod.B I n hte bdapk and fashionable colors.
Sy m i' Crnv1eiQ lawyers HridSz-4 to p o stom at -A sa yn
C om e t B I* i *ma. and lo a natpLuhYsl- S.zes 3O4 t 2 Pr'1.6
brt u sin the a year
millsagredmeetgAoofetheradea-b rdsoi' r bi ahitSleevelss and Longulebved Pulfovema
AND SD EE taken ovir rY1 1 wood bies for aoptio re b Lor gglrvsd Cardiga 1.50.

tra csg welt t c e of abou t one d ozean ccu e all Cile CaC a SW eaters are
T Tt Union ChE uWrc iLD'S r neST .elSte @ -f them," ofe investigator said. r@*oldi Eg18 widAerexns battais.

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pillcmp ]aLr,0 33,E spdeond ing TTlOVgO7 DTO
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that Mrs. Rooseuielt wanted case 6-t police said a woman
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 18
(UP) A ,boltemous crowd of
400 demanded tedaY that the
City Comnmission restore segre-
sation in sports here and when
it refused a spoj osman said the
group woulo see- a special eler-
tion on the issue
The commission three weeks
ago relaxed segregation barriers
to permit Neprocs to compete iii
Class AA. -Suthern Association
baseball track meets and inter-
coUllegiate footba'i
Begregatinn was continued fur
softball and other games which
are not primarily spectator
Attorney Hugh Locke re.ire-
aented the protesting strong
which marc-ed into today's City
Commission meeting.
"Have the people of this city
become so impotent that they
n't have to be considered?"
Locke asked the commission.
.-_ "You have surrendered on
Sth.1tlcs. Where will the next
a mSer-be
eke demanded that the
work out with him a
" reasoued-out solution" Lo

I Which Led

tol. Schwable's


TAtiHINOTON Feb. 18 (UP)
.4. Gen. Clayton C. Jerome
t er defended the propriety of
Oe ftik H. Schwable's recon-
n nce flight which led to his
c tnure and germ warfare con-
f on in Korea.
{erome, former Commanding
Snl of the-First Marine Air-
in Korea, told a court of
biry, Schwable was justified
I kainO the flight even though
VTBas the wing's Chief of Staff.
'court is trying to determine
V other Schwable should be
punished for the false confes-
aion which he claims was forced
from him after his capture.
Lt. Col. Kenenth E. Murphy.
court counsel, indicated some
doubt that Schwable, as Chief
Sof Staff, had any business cross-
Ing enemy lines when he was
shot down July 8. 1952.
Jerome said Schwable was on
an authorized reconnaissance
flight, but possibly drifted over
the Une.
Jerome said he has known
Schwable mriore then 20 years and
ennsiders him one of the finest.
lQst consclentlods and intelUl-
kent officers he ever knew.

osilig Motorist
Drives Off With
Student's Crutches
18 (UP,) Gerald Weidemann,
a student at Okklahoma City
University: rides a motorcycle
despite a broken leg.
Yesterday he told police hn1
crutches fell off and he stopped
'to pick them up. At the sair.e
time a passing motorist stopped,
Jumped out of his convertible
and picked up the crutches.
WeidemarW was about Lo
S4 k the man when the latti.'
0b"ed the crutches in his car
4W drove off.

their problem and said unless
such a solution could be found
he would secure 7,500 names on
a petition to force an election
on rescinding the action.
But the commission stood itio
"I have talked to officials ol
Macon, Savannah, A u u st a,
Charleston and Montgomery,'
said Mayor James Morgan. head
of the city government.
"And they report Negroes
have been playng profession-
al bjsebal In all those places
and- ethiu ever has happen-,
"I can't speak for the other
commlssionrsa, but I will say
that If you Ket the 5,000 signa-.
tures required by law on the oa -
tition I will call an election LO
determine whether the people
want this .aw back on the
books," Morgan sald.
The crowd booed fledgling
Commissioner Wade Bradley,
whom they consider the insti-
gator of the anti-segregation
move, when he said:
"If I did not think I could
vote my convictions I would step
down from my office."
Twenty Negroes were present
at the meeting.

Nobody Can Talk

US Into Or Out Of

Depression -Rayburn
House Democratic leader
Sam Rayburn said tonight no-
body can talk the United
States into a depression-or out
of one either.
The Yetenan Texas repreren-
tative made the statement in
reply to Republican charges
that Democrats are talking
"gloom and doom" in an effort
to shake public confidence in
the OOP administration.
He said the country is al-
ready in a "mild recession"
and Democratic speechmakers
are only trying to raise a
"danger signal" against the
possibility of a "real depres-
"Wn.m an emergency comes
up, you lust can't sit around
and keep saying that prosperity
is just around the corner."
Rayburn said.
"When the economy was on
the way down" during the 20s,
he recalled, the Republicans
did everything they could to
talk the country out of a de-
"But it didn't work," Ray-
burn said. "They proved that
you can't talk this country out
of a.iepreasion Well, you can't
tmIkthis country into a ,e-
prniOi, either.* .-
Rayburn, in a filmed inter-
view with Democratic Reps.
Hale BogRs and F. Edward
Hebert of Louisiana, charged
the administration was way off
in its estimate of a 3 billion-
dollar budget deficit by June
80, 1955. He predicted it actual-
tI will range from 5 to 8 bil-
lon dollars "if it .a an honest
He said the government will
lose 7 billion dollars in revenue
through tax cuts already in
effect and others set for April

"How in the name of
mon sense," he asked,
they balance the budget
that deficit?"


Paine, going on 'bree, of Houston, Tex., is supposed to be tle
youngest bchinchilla raiser In the country. Here she pretties up
her $1500 animal, named "Archie," for the annual rexas chin-
chilla exhibition starting lFeb 25 in Iort Worth. The animal was
a gift from her father. John, a chinchflla breeder, as a start for
her college education, fund.

READY FOR A CHANGE?-AppMxenUtt Rip. Victor Wicker,
sham, Democrat of Oklahoma, is, as lb a ttahe r a. Unw auto
plate to his car in Washington, D. C. The plates are going to be
Issued by Democratic State Committees.


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--ts -. .,- *.-. d 2aribbeanlub on w-*only theI tot p America Indi

tai&-cr~r~em -- eW btasoM ythm orco Ther 8 othe Ir worind agautes t ue t be-
C,^^hr wit e a Lt a erm Cuab Cfirman o CommiSS qn, alw^ 'aMi *t thti dance causrtt .ut-1 India W4 e aglasto
From Va n utanamo Ba; Cuba; m Mi s. wel behind, instead of carrywomen ore r because .o have not .
Tud two- etrn early in arch. r this you will -Ind your o, thi p pand ay en hUtedNatios charterp In
-M., ' '" "d on.usaia. 'a^% Sed% P a' nupstao ahu t Stan erm ai
Mat Dretor o Protocol r America Wme Themoemen n the rub wl the rigt t. Cot this wou

qad f the the orten Minstry of Pa- chab wf honor awerae f done froithe hips down. do rn 4 molish the effedenew gd the be
Flosrida o tr ~ Cub. n arett, Me o f chance, the preienta- fl vartheat ion of turns done from heao p l a re colored...
er will be ed in the patio. Carval Tea Well Attended lono a short variety roram an open position. -
Uho AMnca rea nId. Ma oruhaB- The A annual Carnival Tea d dor pra. The cub We wlnow discueyour basl We ewfteElnde

ra wiUd l playM sponsored by the Canal Zonei cestra, will a or dancing step in the rumba which la the eie er i
SCollege Club held at the Fot uriny the eveiu Ticketo a Cuban walk. ror count isquk,. the Bst o

Gftish. wmanorft^ Ar avwes attendu V 0 giaSich i e. aiT>e b fo qd- aro. ad even t'he last batele
r a Mrd.- beran du tS* e "" .or f both deroe r omoms ola ss

lor a Ogdtbn lightedd by an exhibition of the ReYervatlans for dinner may 2-Place the l-ft foot boe ard tl n hid cpt. The i veral e adord the
mven Bi on a.e carnival dances and u- madeby telephone 28-2- with left heel up and witheour asn tates n l: You must

all.,. we a lc. The weli knowt and widely 0500. Dinner es noti included to knee The right foot holes the ewp ehedp In
Ore u bi a tled Douflas M t be he $1.00 admlson chae M behind, tead oe carry t l n
lim Tiaea- .O.. a. o Pa a y nod ro hach Mle V ge ti cordial I .nv ited t rev lu p ea to
ln tr5 ., ft A.'hiwiht forward or rack- thebea Nis wel o tht o es
r&T hod .le.r0m U oand Troinrda,. tHe Idi te4i t waalaral P ..1W. W..en and Earlwe. h t aou ar snlpo yu to0t utOd yeou rumba we l hsor bnth o
-ista req u ontor1, o sbihsedeahl I n 5,

eWD i rttroP o o g foshl ba o thoe legsut theat heldbowntmotAmeg hea you net m f nea-
tteoigMrns.ItrofWed. Club iSll aonsr. a isonrae moument n th t the rigtt C e b ?bJS l
nos-Panam a.l ms oeryb walker. G orirps pdtwes 4rt tee Uite-

a a15 Mtat(se o n 1 tr th ee h t er l propoaegad a i at
e*obert V. he U0 w l the6t o b c r slreeatst e eae to

L i "t l l".+\ J 1 1l.m to-^", .+Ag.A -"1 be ho re Srlit. n dh r let ;ee heew u n a tiw i; th en. s tan da ner ttooan "ther Wof" o e r Jij M
giennas. r dMthmus by .pYane n -a yI a the Unio t yout = b*Ferat9%o n as sml
.d oaoGnBrettMmbtdp o ovet am e reaso -byardiaoe t or

come oo kles tw d redre e nMeroano c si fiurteoe Cai aonna a n .o 'lions is that China Asian and
Flor a a, -I .- eanus of c#hanC aG the presenta- la riations of turns do0ne from peoplear 1
.er will be HElvd in -he patio. Carnival Tea Well Attended tion of A short variety trogm; an open o tion. T
..aof trhetWtain n f thterloo and evebMnaelast. bee
Gilt w. ,my-NVy was attend- *1.0 ach are available for o ad-. o h arof 1a di t eat te-
S. :.|d be approxl~ktely 50 merm- ission at Dan.iar's on Tivoli Man's NIPTt orthe home ofon till, daysnormonchs
f rdub% hort and ueSt5. Avenue or from members of the afterwthe eents Teoeset, days iths
ora erhot, The colorful~ Affair was hih- Intar-Amercan Women's Chc. t-f.--Stand with feet togetlir. dafterent. Thesaveraewoa da t ith-
Sete'" carnival d ane mu- bteePhmlng 28-2. with left heel up and with bent au a l a t hi
w Td 0500. Dinner is not included In neUeiThe right foot holds, thee
rse A. a ravled Doria Magarta Lop. $ .0 adm aion caJe. News oC the World (Prontce.HaU)
p b of Raf ent o,,of PanaR m note d for her The 1ubUb l d beodi lynvtei .-A t e left heel .---, -din A lttan vlla n bd C ey
Mr& Th ow!i Doeteh l lba p.ea t end. .-A.Igtheih .fortaaav rno bi evets
A, +' .."-. ,, 'o-W..0 ... wandhard wlf a step .It.Yo fn the yoreawrs ,0ugg.est tati d th
"eGuld of ueraahtI CMocert The iWeight Is now on theletheeawaranoreplftedoten
GaOl W ent I oer coutthe snes rom oe March
WSW&Dl? Ovid ait tesents ona o114,me .. esmar is h S. He
I tre, Ancon on ande so forward hthef'.left wa stabbed to death at te foot

,wills"onsor, a1$deight and i ps nolln 40ra novel and ntelag ti etment
"" .aa-" *" 'n:' PertKcipattng organism will ribe t This is one Cuban walk of hstorical events ad. Sakes
I- do. ivisit Chid&ncludo Professor nranz Man-nd asyou can see-you have fin-" Don't the Ue and of-timthem seeme. rnltVsnsome-
come w h, ed The.countarqui.kI-qmick-sloawdAarn t wt h manrc- u- .herpeobeeaeryrewar
Perwillbe.In hCa TRobert vU. chultz, bass, will Repeat the step by bringing ad mostr I uW e-vgr whew rdin -d
a.__ _il _posordb..e.CnalZo___. be the wueat soloist. igthe left heel down hrihoIstae feehebythePfoor ppanns11.f a
Gift-.-w+forward wita the right d et. thaelightfatastic"ltofyoulWterloandv enhe e
The rgular o+itOCltheCWar oal Gw1,13 ,tndn'ruremsc
..pWoL e5Mhem Thursday evening -,t Wotaul Rgdmduer. "meP
'" I. a w" r the direction of Ca.- 1.--Stand with feet together. -di-.eren.Te.a. "
f.1 g b__ohe ovq rat the U rO-mwa 2.-PLace the right foot back, 1. Grd e aure and mater
'eg s "= o i vdc"-beabervice Center, with reght hel uPand with bent blb and othr varia-
11ictu toMeetadwdl85Dinne .in [ ed; .,hn rtike G mith-wuartdlea dythappens.wIn-
Fr ' "ii .l0 eddie $nyder, son of Mr !Nwo.th Wrl htir
""yand Mrs.n-daniel Cnyder of Hal e

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Mrs. Winson Freid"
Churchill Guest
This enchandtis yoas men.
br of New York sodety es
]Pond's Cold Cream to keep
ber complexioa t it loveliest.
Mr. Guest sy "Pond's Cold
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BEAUTIFUL WOMEn all over the
world are devoted to this one
special skin care . they find
it so quick, easy-so sure.
For Pond's Cold Cream is spe-
cifically designed to soften and
fti out destructive dirt that sticks
in pore-openings, encouraging
large pores, blackheads.
Each Pond's Cold Creaming
cleanses deep-down . makes
your skin look clearer, smoother,
finer in texture.
Make sure every night to:--
1. Circle fluffy fingerfuls of
Pond's Cold Cream up and out

from throat to forehead. This
cirde-.leaneing frees embedded
dirt. Stimulates lazy circulation.
Tissue off well.
2. Now, "rinse" with fresh-
fingerfuls of Pond's Cold Cream.
Tissue off lightly-leaving in-
visible traces of the cream to
soften and protect your skin.
Start now. See how quickly
your skin looks newly smotad
newly clearly

Just a little Heinz Tomato
Ketchup creates flavor sensa-
tion! You'll love the zetful
tang it adds to your favorite
.meat, the delicious savor it
gives to soups and special rec-
lpsB. Made with succulent,
.an-mellow tomatoes, vinegar
ad spies ... Heinz Tomato
Ketchup makes an appetizing
dinner sensational! No other
.ktchup can duplicate that
aret Hein recipe for flawr
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t Tuesday at 7:30p.m. at the
et .PC jD. Dorotihy pody
tps lt, Ancol Mrs.
nln K. Van Zandt will be
Mrs. C. Norman Little will be
In charge of the program, a pro-
seantatlon of the play "t Remem-
ber-Mama" by Van Druten.

The man-ary Order of the
Cootie, the fun organization of
the Veterans of Foregn Wars, is
staging its annual picnic for
members and their guests Sunday
at the NI.F.E. building and
grounds on the Chiva Chiva
Arrangements include a fam:-
Iy style barbecue and games for
. The gathering will begin at
12:30 p.m. and the barbecue wil
be served at 2:00 p.m.
Tickets may be secured from the
members o! the V. F. W., the
Auxiliary or members of the WO
*-Cootie." \
Handicraft Club il
Meets in Gamboa
The meet'n of the Chrysan- per
tlemum handicraft club will pi.
held at the home of Mrs. r etve
Amantine. House 331, Gambo&
on ThursdaN at 7:30 p.m. M

Crack Commodore

Flagged To Save

Stalled Motorist 4
CLEVELAND, 0., Feb. 18 (UP) For
-The New York Central Rail. and
road's crick Commodore Vander. ary,
built, traveling 80 mulms an bout, Dun
wap flagged down by police in
suburban Euclid early today to teri
keep it from running down a Moo- the
torisL Net
The driver, 3ames Ramilton, gat
34, of El Cerrto, Calif., said he
became conAfied and mi ,tothe
railroad roamed for, a highway. you
His rented car became jammed
between the tracks. Rep
Euclid police spoed the.stalled
car and radioed for help. An offl- Stra
cer guarding q croesiag one mile
to the east a the scene aflj
down the onr ashing Commdre,
which haltlt less thaa et
from the stanled car.
almilton was arrested aad
bked on a charge at In ea-
ftn, which he deled "Wht a
leu way -tf treat a stramgr ,"

e only bra in
rld that
aratees' a
rfect bustlimn
o after many,
springs Op wo al

SareFi the floor e laInD I"s
4ndiu .. in any iardhs datotal of
Snverson. t,00 vot Donderi s Wd
.. second wli 0 votes. Faltering r i ip
-tu us tomorrow
forIn the ltte e onestants in the .hap', liy Is d w lth br e.
o o f c-O ved as follows: Ce-
1.7II.Ple.~~ t ice, 410 votes; Marlyna tedl-worn -em and rap. he ses.
U hington310; Amada Dorn-
derid, 220: are Vasquez, 210 RPpairs would leoe ble home like new-
US ,IR dand I tp aUvatom- Pp A S** Cl^mlfle I"t the right lduel
ers vote 'candidates by
ON .. nw writing thlB ers aslgned t
T Wbln each one on it backs of tickets
T D received for the weekly Tuesday
4 -raffle of $126.'
Johlt W. Gordon, director of 'o"
service at military installations i I -
and Miss Lililan Summers, re-
creation consultant of American
Red Cross headquarters in
Wahington D.C., have returned
.to Waghington after visiting ..
military lnstallations in the An-
lilles area, Guantanamo Bov,
Cuba, nd Zte Canal Zone.
Gordon and Miss Summers
were accompanied on these via-
its throughout the Caribbean
command by Howiard R. Ross.
director of operations, Caribbean

Seibert To SDeok
the At Defense Week
gonduet Tomorrow O,
U. 8. embassy lst Secretary
Flvin 8 tbert will be the princl-
3! val speker at the National De-
fense Week Banquet being held
tomorrow at 7:09 at the Amern-
malty san-Lefklon Club. Fort Amador.
king# This bknq~et annually marks
the hipl? point of National De-
fense Week which is sponsoredW
in the Canal ore by ROA an Come Winter, Spring or ..
the NAtiona ISoivurners.
8dbet t has had a distinguish- this true Englisb L4vender
ed cai*r in foreign service posts
continents, keps you as fresh and lovely
STho: waiting tickets for the
lanqu should cbnlact Jazpss as an English summer I
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7 Stree No 13 fl lrail Ave
Jua Atro nen Ave. and 33 Sit Lor aURO v PlaZa tr F. 1 .. ..
ireeIm No.25 io..b i jml AV. i a T day ?
.'e THE IANAMAS l At iA . 4: -Whatl YOUr FM 111"rite havei
3- your Ap- .. i-
Household Automobles ORDER taken for home made cookies. FOR .RENT 'oI 8:51,. : Wt'i two
Housholdcokes, ples etc. finest -ngredients Beach. Pha4-d 4 a:0--Th- W Tlephole tlor
.IR SALE:--Bedroom furn,,lue. like FOR SALE:-1938 Pockord Sedan used. Tel. 3-I71. Grari.mitch noc Clam Beh ,0- CATh eORn TMe-Ie "it qaJl
i..ew 8 pieces. Mode by L.owe (Good tires, brakes, battery. running DR -- WEN AE. Medical Clinic. electric efrllhEtlSn, u1s stoves. SCilC l .- Ui ODAJS OIp ML-W eS S1-
7500. No mattresses. -17th St condition, Needs upholstery work. EDH E eic eer f. as ov.
75 00. No marsse. h condition, Needs uphodoery lboa. Central Avenue "K-' street corner, moderate raore. Phone 6441 or 7:15.-The-VA Stamp Club o adrt o I
SNo.10. Tel 1,-3338. -.0.7 1-,.D-..Prd.o,- < ..bo" telephone 2-3479, Panonvo. 4-567 With f :3S0-Report Froml the 8. A. The i 3 em-'
OSALE -Beds. Dressers. Ward- FOR SAfL:-.-51 Ford Conut. Cha t- Cr b e o d loy M wit ou
r W d'-Cristoba ClubhouseTBeatyaStp. aste'sjmley 0(6A)wit f
robes, Nite Tables. Von'ties. rowse. Excellent condition.. Many r C o Bt .br Ven 'Witi nd I:00Th platter_
ai pr ings, Be ajultiUu L ivi~ g and On extras. O rigiftal owner r, Call C ap t Phcne 3- ,1642. H ove a color sh am -wSanto il ora. Pllease bring yourT h 6 S ba d: e '" i G
groom Sets at Unbelievably Low Evaon. 7 to :30 86-3166 i brigtes the n Mrl l- l n e oal~~ 0---Pan Playhous (VO A e
rilces deal for those who want Home- -7127. or End Li covers gro y h a r. Mrl SWILLAASZ' S Car C hlr P (
., p wl F"R -- vroet, runs like new. Elsther Lorenzo,-Manager. O"W "' Detairs '5V1

obile Ro No. 41 Tel. 3-4911 FR SAL:-195 Mofris Minor, them and give them special care. For CIi 4la I.Bet a( de, -
r y "Cuentos Cormercioles" door.m Good condition. Ju.5to Ao-. Information telephone 3-2710. 1nm 3.1 1Jl-.I 67t 3ai, "e' t, ie 1 30--.to y.- :.A. (VOA)tf .
""hir Fstairs. Stud r Chore-'0116 Fow.A e n
Ca semen Avenue No. 75-A. up- -t ia 11:00-ThO Neat
n A fureni'au or $a _aihi.r FOR SALE -l R.NT -2SE:3 -*i--*s1 s ft.
8.T rd ORSAL-l95 Stubaker, GEOTs. NOVE C. CGO, Feb. .U --Ra-
pnu, f i od'o r. Of Ee overdrive, hilahoid. r_ Sie
typewriter. $2; dolls crib, $10; ner l, clen4 and sound. Cal FORpSeAm I d EN uish T h .u wi- Fe.1 _:l 1 o 1 WStlliuo* "AtId a e '
$ t er, yS. Chr4st- haan i -, .', ., ^^ mld. t y h d -w Alarm
Siaos tree ornaments vw.th strings FOR CASH SALE:-By Embassy of- Phone Robertson at Bolboa 1277 bedrom7 aorlor,.dintngrNm, Stwo :S---N velet it .rd .Itla 1 wa r
' lights, $3. out door coffee table. ficial leaving Panama 1952, duty- or 1563. baths. kitchen, patio with bar. 2 .* 7:08-T- e Al ir Clock Club e t'rt- e l tterly wipe i
Iff bookcases 50c each, 2 quor- f re Fordor Custom V-8i, drIven f--y---o c cfr aertfl.i tnd ot .mld' rpmd) my y a
, ermoster beds, kitchen Gable; only 10,500 mt cvrs FOR SALE-Air conditioning un 6th tt Gl HeI. TU Salon H
children'ss toys rnd muscellaonous. See t dt Ame.rcan Emboasy, Ave- cpaco. Usd omont. 31245 P nam o.1 ,,, *i "ll-MO Var. dUe y l voilh b woud be1
e.tlephone 2-4210 Balboa. ___d_ B,_________l. ee.La Poso" N Central FO ENT:-3 b house Ur. S-ele 30 qu
10 re.-or 14, eti h- 0" 1
OR SALE.-3 iece vingroom set; O SALE: Pontac 8 Sedonette. Avenue. Telephone 2-2814. bnlocl Mirflores", (RDF) Ad th O C m
2 arm chars and a sofa. Telephone r 1947 model. A clean ar in goo,- . $s75.00. As And the bol, Col sid
_______ __ ___ ndi.8 oDul pai 0000 RAvenue N. 29 room ia. n. FOft RENT: "- Beautiful relJ1ce, lH I^2rre1 1 'S JOURNA* has ..oge..w .an
SALE-erfect nditeo No mat- ,0R SAE---To hght b w- FOR SALE -Radi d photo Lequip completely furnished. .o. 8 Ecua- .1..0 (Cutex It Odorono) on" which presumay are more
s, $175.00. Made by Cowes out warranty or guarantee. 1946 n ment and other assorted junk. Aom pvenuey. Livhngroom, dining- -'" le W ..... 11i o- t theland powe N.
7th St. No 10 Tel 3-3338 Internarional panl truL. ,nb beroompautrykitro heng4rg droom u p rrih s l:00--Neiw tae Bn. .oted pe orak wep hat
seen a eic t day and3 Sundy Phone 228. gardens. Con be seen durin t tl N "It is n6t eno net an a
F R L Ec.d-a ,N day. out, -, m 4, .1 year 10:0B--Ltneleon Mualc enemy that the attempted des-
S a oFOR SALE.-1951 Ford Fordor Se-i FOR SALE-Man's woolen overcoat r-anltee. Bas Iveta. ee 12:30-POPu.r Music truaction of our ,cities would be n
S Boal uM& Molor don. In good condon. 517 P 3 wom5n's camwl'Ns hir, ll I4, OUTN I OU 4CIA 1:00-New automaticallyy ieAwered bby the T
I opSALE-8 street. Diabl Heights. used. o. o'0;uba Avenue, apart- FOR LRENT n l a. I:15-Persoalitv Parade destruction t of his."
SaSALE -184 out.loard cLruiser, ment No. 2. T7: m aJAd ,lrmnerLh .
shelter cabin. $275. Phone 25- 0C SALtE.--1947 Kae.. good can- taaldn
S-- ii4149, .1 4 p. mN, weekdays. n ATTINTI I. Just built modern C :3--Aften ioon Melies to B
NWanted Poston TeRAPID MODERN PIANO INSTUC- furnished aprtment,. on., twc TRANSPORTES, ,:45--attl o:f the s .i'_i, a i'l^ '. ..^.
---WANTED TION. Beginners Advanced bedroom, he*, cold water. Tel- 3:00-i-The Little Concert Hall
cretory with mony years experience Children Adults. BENNETT'S ephone Panore 3.4941. BAXTER,, S.A. 3:l0----The Little Show a-s 'gavt1
destreseporiine. Fltsimeh rport ringmobsies hier clu baar Re teWw
esres poson. Full tme or7 port Altomoble PIANO STUDIO. Tel. 2-1282. FOR RENT-Screened aoprtment just Packers Ship.pe, Movere :30--Msic for ridy b-
-A3-1TE-D --One Chevrolet 4 Door bJuan B Sosa No 9 buo!r, in E C.anlrejo, modern fur- . BIUIDHiEiM 4:h2it our Fav orite
$3.orulatorr c i pereect con- nishedloinge beara 1952, ally- orn1563.n- Ta s Tkitchenta. patio wattebar.:2w
bHelp Wanted rorf.r. WANTED .e oo. V d.riven 7.:01,n 1-h AaC'o Clu. ,.e --b0s7 bo v t.
ihic h tos'i iclElle s c aaoe., :S leu;c2 V 6 cycei f14 6 e li ht once. Do not a0Ssop-
ono with3ref2 F"ce for Miita0eoA 4644 it 7:0Ea ps m. Expert Meeh anl in Ultra-. :00--T Amerlean Booksh lt
Son WANT TO IUY BOAT or Launch. 28 FOR RENTi-Modem two bedroom mate and Hydramatl Trans. (VOA) t e
SRa Esltt to 35 Ft. Diesel or gas. Must be apartment. 5.1st Street No. 42. misI offers his profeasonal' A:15--BLUE RIBON SPOkW a of it
Smu bres ------ 8n ood clean condition. Suiable Apt. 2. Rent $ .Q monthly. For aervtces. ', I. R eVIEW
S cam r d a sOf-R SALE: Trl Las CumPines lots for pleasure P. p. Box 335, An- details cqll Zublett. Phone s -3336 -..,- .;30-.-..liOallO. .
1i *c794 7o, 9 M2. Phonle t o-a- 3- -n or 3 0-1802.Askfory a i 0.' SAM :- ORGANtMUC o)laz
S,1. Oef d .. .. '' ---- i---n-s--"- F-OR ,T C a In fu .Mble iprtneaet RSt s Bepag. dhtfrolm c..,a. !
...ffoedrsi Position Offered Survey Shoy$ws0.0. TV !"S ALB*eT !^t .
OfNi"cers o lruNa9ey ro roo NS ., h water, et. 'Tel. REN, :fThe Patt Parade: in l eof
L ALE funiur, el2 YOarKy fAffects FOR ,--'0-JE ADI-'JOURNAL--"ntire,

Art tie regular monthly mee' .ork in inter.or. C a 2-3065. Gcc FO RPnam a 2-1456 t C T-eALL WORK O- RA-D,. 1The Blc mp Cero by ly' e td- t
-of the Las Cumbres Clv.i salary to right.Fwpson. Shlm and FOR RENTp -Vocquion qurrIP Cot ( trk-
al on Fpeb. 5.r officers t fro '- . l id t age, Croz av l, fro March 19. IJ& aat 0he
twe r1y1c5aer oJ New2Film Cde dO es RE: t nedt V W E H eev- Ad.V Tr. i *
jt i es on"' lM ttwo ballot House hCo AMPLIFIERS l= . hA /;- "- ^ '^ -
t Pearls er- o 1 starting March t. No. 2, 5nd LIFIERS
7SNi over .8ad Coe. . ----- S. sX a5I treet p2rrnnt 6, Tel. :ir-382I.. 0eTtrw R
SROCHESTR, N. Y. (UP -Ai NEW YORK (U.P. )-Televiaion ur- R--re pr '
Other officers are Henry Ma- unique molded photo aphi fslm, has caused more changes in home FOR RENT:-Thre benom prt. BOFN, FISHER, QUAD I t -e
vice-nesident. Margart shaped l a bowl, as been de- .ie. than new baby, one survey meant with two iin bathrooms, Genuine 00l a.m.-Of.
ton, secretar- and Gordon veop.by Eastmin Kodak scien- of homemakers reveals, completely screened with all mod- WILLIAMSON "HALLMARK"
.i-nt & e ,d,' onIocdi57& ,m' came's , smi o uwl
ton, treasurer titsior use in a highly efficient Livint room ha ve become di- em conveniences. Phone Panama V a lea l
nIw meteor camera at the Har hlg rooms, coffee tables dining to. 2-0027 br 3-0763. SUCf-.-Bfi.tls Broadaar.
his administration wouNd Hirvrd astronomer a are woar- ent on network schedules Screened on bedroom apartment A. -- i e r
e the monthly business meet- ig on a Navy project to .learn A whole new problem child all other conveniences at El Can- V Arica
Ishoit so that there wl b"' more aboht the earth's upper at- 't1arig has rown-the problem grejo. ovlilable at one. Price $90.
* time lor a. social gath rilaa qosnere, By watching and php- of how to t the children away 00 Tel. 3-4644 at 7 p. mr (TROPICAL ELECTRONICS)
yards. He also said thit togr p ng performance of. mete- from the aet and to bed on sched- .-. .. a, a n s-arrr .-... -.
lons ll start at once to orV, the hcenutists hope to gain ule. FOR RENT :-Fuished apartment,
ine a large acale project Information for use In hilih-altitudO Dishwashing has become a corn. $75.00, Soif Heights. For informa-.
Community need toward oeket experiBents. plex chr'e--with homemakers ci- thoh telephone 2-5613.
Sthe council can work. In i aped i was nd their getting them done in a hurry ENT-ool spacious 3 bed- GLAMOROUS...
iL Cumbresdehaso- ed record acurateleethe tra ID oneet the melnP is over,s inleavgh mtrom apartment, unfurnished, rtwo ta rAl
pIshed a grat deal through of meteors as ey race t them in the sink, or washing them bthrooms, maid's room, garage.
acerted efforts of the re- the sky, and, after years of experi- few at a time during station hot water, cedor lined closets, NAITL 1ENAMEL"
.4monR necessary im- ment, Kodak scientists came for-.c d, de birealdsaks.rL
S baments Peari listed surf ac- ward with the molded film. Television his speeded up house, screened.good resdentil district, by A-- f
|g of reoad and a aImminvr work for some women, irAwed it convent to schools, stores tran -
0 L Koog p for others, tati Rental No 130. EnquirenLI.01
Hong Kon tors he changes wrought by the new t t9th S, E, No. 33. lo aist rid
vote of thanks for a lob J. medium were outlined "n a sur- t nd to ""
-done drins.he past year P3SS Ut Drinks LY of 100 families in the Phila. FOR RENT:-Tw6 bedroom apart- -farther wa n
given to ro Pardo, ou' dehi area. The check, made by moot situated in El Car.grejo. Call QUALITY rth-the. are
-"mayor" and hid staff '.t OhTheHouse door.to-door questioning, was con- 3-0769 business hours. .- tpi
d. vice-president. Marl ..e ducted by A washing powder 'in-- FOR RENT:--Unfuished oneo bed- Cabinetls iDr. Marshall T-iN
kar. cetry and HONGKONG (UP)-The cheap. A ll Dicoies st a bon w room modem apartment, balcony. Speaker Enclosures hi lndinls oin aNSPOReTa
uro treasurer. est drinks i town are served, o how it keeps clean. ow gorae. 168..Via Belisaro Porros. Custom Work orics IE h, -
it hill i all places, at local tailor eships.l Nearly two-thirds of the women FOR RENT:--'rwo bedroom apart- al nhab
these nigts e m... They free, as C matter of fact. said their families often eat and merit, living-dtningroom, dinette, For Hi-Fi Units outh Assesi "
ar One can easily omb.ne re watch television at the same time. kitchen, terrace. Telephone 3- ..Ita rep' t
l3ke .....htoho and afternoon cta e third of the houseies 5264. Pana. o
ip ,n *fter-dinner liquors or ut landed, their menus around their FOR RENT:-Attrativ small apart--B '
da rink with pick out mate hI, vbrite shows. Meals which could FOR RENTr-Attrct ml rt- ted t
of clothing. Just dro in one of t an off end-tables, coffee tables or offc or s*r*. Third build from I a tward I n te
Am PositioeuOffdoeer edo main on s4il,14 adjoining Hotel El /Il! ..r U
Unil l Amde dosen or tailors w set 'em tip. s were thm e favorites. r po rmm p 'FtoHn itt I Via pea l*lt.,Il N C h -
A CIZoM Some of the homemakers report-d Te oe 3l 9 or 3 i
h re lad esot h lyeltd Cors .l. ed the children made the shopping d4oor. Telephone 3-1179 or 3- P te 5aPh dW Sal
of The Casn Zne. Real Btor deciulOs. A__Mom has to buy the cer_ 2407R. _ wk30 sm
i OF .5a Irs fo ,al the 7Fpac. man eats. APATMENT FOA RENT.--pocious --dTeer.ot(OA
S DfeeFd R Wt aerO t bn lv ns bcu"r rom, REUPHOUTElM f o y Ventainas L

Se r hi an wound in i rigt e. Half the wofeo said their dish. -r .-- l -
eBs l.elaga.aiJr", ahpe ELtA- bner wasahdintgt rI uttlae had been altered. OR RENT: bedt1roomes, tiawo AUTOMOBILE ROW W -i ..-a id.
,p atme2 -. "Soteimese leave them lsndt boh, bVutiful pment Tel -4
...d. straMtntoe Camp ea.h0i1tU strig -._crisd ofio.2t ll moinkbetweenetd,"d corner cCualnd40 ,
_uot beWta.kfele n T maee bur c oes etpoml 6. Te '2- 66 HS ... .

Lthe aUi.. *eH r little said one maofm. "This is a show St. For ilm i2 3-0180a 8 ..
** -crste C. Lws. -a- U -m, -- . la itsef" from 6 to 8 b.I.1
h its lem m y COf. e e &h Ya rdoCot l"eRsE N-en sa w r ..d.Je yin dItselfn e
ll .I ( B idea of l g the kitchen door. one bdT:-Iea lorab" c living-
hi L.dministratol a Tes .a'.beroomaphtmnt-'
uS .riat .Il. t.,. C. ,_..hOne t llv said It, drit ond| egwFoRherENT covenientEl CuniseVGRE% oAi A mein ca. .
sho it.so C ah Sere tiltmeresb pot wast drthed and roomu perat-of kitchen, baht Ceta Av. 0 lt th probm
time ytM r etaih ^v Corner with basconies Central Av. 3ta0a |_ _l at o. Pric $90.
mu.si .._.,i,..e Lno relad.... ..ontehedeNoPoworkandwata- el -8t. r PIM .

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^a.L~e saIOn wa aa reported having her ba o LONDON herba 1 00.
GMi Q etrs codleed family arg.- rcrdndaS* WESTMINSTER Rdroirctd
..i^' 1 k. Mgt ilHeml eis sndians and plays," p ortio. t l i l $130.00. Inqui, VOX
.i s W. -r 'ha e fght." 2 (t E S : or phone 3- COLUMBIA
'0 0"O sad o a So pi r eent ofgta vq "5 0 M0 COLUMBIA Mt miSsl L
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badI bld-.lis to do their job a1 A-'N. .RCA-VICTOR
.hoah-- aI Tvey praisd the U 1ps -" W 3r lR
Cii &M icilgNshowsvinoparticulaas .
put our Mail. we got a TV
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ervation are requeed to call
hMrs. Hipolito Fernande-Collofl
7The launch will leave at 9:00
,a.m. so Atlantic Side residents
San drive, over or go by train.
It is requested that those driving
meet at the Club at 7:30 a.m. so
go with those who ave cars. ..
Star Club Has more
Social '
SThe Gatun Star Club met at the
home of Mrs. Thomab Fels, Tues-t
.day for a buinerson, and social
meeting. Mrs. Eumrett Ar g o.
hon Paul Fubei n d Mrs. Richard
Pennmbngton were hostesses for the
574-this evening.

The launch willof Mrs. Eugene Shipley,
.m. so Atlantic Side residentt.s

Caniasta was played and the
g prices were won by Mrs. Benja-
Smin Brun s.dge Mrs. Marlene
: rain Brundage, Mrs. Ma~rleze

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IoggsW a" s. Grace IrvintP
won 1

Mrs. Bat Sa tisave.
T f ty members anC.

Mrs. Wu. Sckuster was -ostess
Jor -the meeting of her sewing
club, Tuesday, at -her Gatun re-
@1idene. .
The members present were:
Mrs. Fered Willougby., Mrs. Ed-
ward Coz, Mrs. Thoima Fels,
Mrs. Z. Ziss, Mrs. Howlander
Mrs. Ralph Graham. Mrs. Carl
Nix, Mrs. Frak H.. Blakey.
Sahool Birthday
Charlotte Cles, daughter of WO
and Mrs. Chales ,Cles, celebrated

Caribbean, Cqllege
Club Lea Nastive Dante
The COtbeap College Club
held its bular meeting at the
Red Cro Building Tuesday
evening wit4l Mrs, R. G. Peters
presiding at the business meeting.
A report was given on the very
successful Penny Social, which
was given to raise funds for the
scholarship fund.
The Know Panama and Canal
Zone Group were in charge of the
program, anid-presented Mrs. L.o-
na Sarn who taught the group
the Cumbia.
Mrs. Marion Taylor was host-
ess for the refreshment hour
which folowqd.
Luncheon to Honor
Mrs. lalmltoa
The Colon Unit of the Inter-
American Women's Club is plan-
ning a luncheon Saturday, at
noon, at the Hotel Washington, to
honor their past president, Mrs.
Stanley Hamiton who is moving
to the Pacific Side.
The luncheon will cost $1.50 and
reservations can be made by call-
ibg Mrs- Lelgnadler, Mrs. Hirsch-
feld or Mrs. Emiliani.
A program is being arranged
for the occasion.,
High School Play,
Tomorrow Night
The Thespian and Dramatic
Club pf the Cristobal High School
1 ll- e s eLn t "Ybars Ago," a
e-act comedy iii the H h
Bau ic -,t' 8ep. s.
a and Saturd Y e :s.
Prce, of.admisaidn is fifty cents.
Reservd seis pway be secured
from the school fe.
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sbame holds the crown she
wore as the reigning "Miss
Dairy Queen." to Miami, Fla.
The pert miss--was chosen by
the National Dairy Queen Tradq
Association's 20M0 members.

Picnic At Paroaiso
A Pionic will be held In Pa-
talso neotMattndIs.
Races anC bail games will be
nvallable for the younger folts
Ind in theo iodge H i a dance
. ill be he.
Food and refreshment will at:
i un sale.

-..DAY 10:30 P. M.

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and Dolls: Movie producers, who
have been giving Danny Thomas
the'. butter-up treatment before
pwhb ring, "How about a movie
version o 'Make Room for Dad-
dy'" can stop being cute and coy.
Danny's wise to them and he's
spilling the beans on the offers
and his steady refusals with:
"I won't go for a full-length fea-
ture. Maybe in lhree or feor years
-yes. But for now--.othlg doing.
At lag last there's a TV series
that pleases the critics and the
public.Why dissipate that for an
bour-and50-minute movie"
Danny's happy these days with
the click of his ABC comedy stan-
-ass because:
"It-doesn't put the strain of do-
ing stand-up material on me. No-
body ia capable of it week after
week I can't do more than fourth
great night-club routines a year.
If can I get forty
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he's ready to tackle -anything In
the-way of black-herted knaves.
He dabbled in atesary in "Dou-
ble Indemnity" yeuar ago and
more recently as a cattle rustler
in "The Moodlighters.D" But it was
not until he played thk role of Lieu-
tenant Keefer In "The Caine Muti-
ny" that he decided to cross over
to Cad Row completely with a
scoundrel part in "The Killer Wore
a Badge."
Explaining the change of pace,
Fred says:
"The kind of comedies I made
with Claudette Colbert, Paulette
Goddard and Carole Lombard are
not making money these days. I
think I do comedy better than any-
thing else. But unless. you have a
screenplay like 'The Moon Is
Blue,' ot unless you''e Martin and
Lewis, comedy doesn't,pay off at
the box office."
Can't See Themselves

a goad show, it's because a man There's a reason why mom and
has to ie what he is. This isn't dad won't give up TV or that
acting. This is me." bridge game to go r1 ing off to
I [. L the newest movie. Thilma Ritter
Yesterday's movie daughters are calls it. "Self Identificktion.
today's come-hither sirens. "There are too many beautiful
There's luscious 20-year-old Deb- young things and beautiful old
ra Paget playing her firstt smolder- things, too in the,.movietown
inlt -moocher role with Michael woods," says vinegar-voieed Thel-.
Rennle and Jeffrey Hunter In ma, who just completed a-rolei n
"Princess of the Nile." And there's "Rear Window" at Paramount.
19-y ar-old Joan Evans testign for "I found that out wbqh I went to
31Mt .tr ," i a iub. meeting of middle-aged
'olJl~'odt blinked when a sew-ice women, recently," she lells it;
of phodi stowfng Joan with-her "Vey an,, MHolywood'g-lost audi-
eyes gpe; ig -out an invitatlod to ence. They don't. go to pictures
something more than a waltz, were often because they can'tt identify
printed as apds in the movie papers themselves with anybody on the
a cOUBq 5.,.mpp.thi ,ag, screen.
"At'45, you dan't see yourself as
WON'T GOT TJHAT FAR Debbie Reynolds. Or the charac-
SI teIrI oDebble plays. Th' can't even
"I d6iubt if I'll ever do anything Identify, themselves Ith J o a n
as extreme as those pictures would Crawford, who's about their age.
indicate," says Joan.. "It was just They don't have iipi's figure.
part of a campaign to make Holly- Even their husbands can't find
wood realize I'm not 13 years .old themselves in movies. Clark Goa-
anymore." % ble rfay be over 50, but he looks
v too great for these old boys. Be.
There will be mere blinking when sides, he's carrying on with Ava
Debra wrigglis along the Nile. As Gardner all the time. and these
she says: "Hollywood no longer men are past that kind of pas-
will think of me as little 13-year- time,"
old Debra." There's plenty of evidence Thel-
ma is right.
In movietown's old-fashioned, B. But it's all in Hollywood's past
D. D. (before different dimensions) -the yesterdays of- -Bette Davis'
days, the Gables and the Ladds1 middle-aged problems: the kitchen
mand the Cagneys zoomed to star- comedy of Wallace Beery and Ma-
dom as villains and then grabbed rie Dressier and the Tracy-Hep-
the hero roles, burn romantics. What happened
But now it's Fred MacMurray, Darned if I know.
the light-comedy hero, dropping the
bag-of-popcorn and the park-bench Frankie Laine, at Palm Springs:
jokes to be the man you love to "This is the only place in the world
hate on the screen, where you can get sunburned and
Fred has notified his agent that faded at the same time."


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On The R*6ecords

Ch Ciert. .I-'
NEW YOQR (U.PI AU five of
Beethoven's plo leyo aget are
played by 'Wlh=d'Keiti" % l'so
arranged on three 124ich Dca
LPs that you may hear them come
from the phonograph in.16 Ial
order. Thit In ]tau it s pleo!i:
able and unusual expeiten- Aid
Kempf is a Beethoven iiltetpeler
of persuasive emotional and intel-
lectual powers.
There can be no arbitrary stand.
ard of correctness, of course, but
Kempf ita coWlincln. Hlt ita*men
of Beethoven as manifsted Id the
concert seems ultimate- although
it doesn't have to be. Still heblnst
rank with the towering EtAoven
anists rpreesented on records -
Vackhaus, Gieeklng, and the
finest of them gal-"the lateArtur
Schnabel. Kempis orchestra is the
Berlin Philbarmonic' under Paul
Van Kempen.
By the way, Decca's line of low.
cost records has an xceptiohal
item in Kempf's playing of the C
major and G Minor rondos of
Beethoven. Neither is top quality
Beethoven. Yet both are n qetho
nesque, and this record is one of
the clearest demonstrations .the re-
viewer has heard in seong time
of what are the : grredint of the
majestic approach to Beethovn.
Helfeta and Beetioven
Jaseha Jleifetz's playing of Bee-
thoven's 10 violin apd ~lnBo sona-
tas are presented as jft "violin
sonatas"-and that illustrales why
the playing isn't complelj' "out
of this world." Hefetz plays wwip
his. stupendous musicianship and
virtuosity, but these are violIn-
piano sonatas and for thd lino
parts to bd down-gr if only
slightly and if only here'and there,
robs them of essential qualities
(RCA Victor: five 12-inch LPs).

Emanuel Bay's piano has been
subordinate to Heafet' violin for
too long to be other than diaerdet,
and Benno Mo!#w*ltse who Is
pianist for the "Kreutter" gives in-
dications 6f being awed, too. This
reviewer, while finding many
points to admire and many tyraa
to awe him, prefers the rmcordlng
of the sonatas made by Joseph
Fuchs and Artur Balsam.
Returning to the Beethoven piano,
Edwin Fischer's Beethoven is per.
sonal, rather than universal and
noble. This is evident t~ his play-
ing of th "Ap assiqnata" sonata,
which is d bythe same qual-
ity of ro ati it infusion in Schu-
bert's Mn mn e i t s Musicaux.
They're interesting playings if of
smallest scale (HMV).
Rudolf Serkin pl ys the third pi-
anq con ertto, wi the Philadel-
phia Orchestra undqr ESaine Or-
mandy, with a frenzied brlinIle
which tendsto limi t. 'er are
passage ; eA he th14i W which can
seem to'.lu ,vingIfP theo do In
this reconng, they're on leaden
wings (CopitIbla).

High Handicap
DECATUR,, -nd., (Up) Ed
Delolt, this city's steplejack, has
perched on, lhih to do bis job for
more than 20 years, as. his father
did before Jin. But there's dif
ference in-.the two careers. Ed has
only one hind.

The exquisite romantic
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Friday Evening During Dinner In The Patio .

To. .welcome home our' Carnival Queen Marltza frol
her -goodwill trip, four young musicians will observe i'
wonderful Panamanian custom a serenade to a lo0tHE
lady1 Come Friday night to hear' tnem-

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Amateur' Qualifying Rot

6-Hole Scores Must Be Michael Fina
6-HleScores Must Be M1ichael Fina.


Completed By Feb. 28 D .. ^ _K.'


Second Rxo-und -t a mooffzo
Isthmian golfers will converge on the Fort Davis .
Golf Club beginning next SAiday morning for the 36- ,,r, -- ma .e o _.-,: --' .: -.- __'_
4 hole qualifying round of the 1954 PanamadAmateur Tour- the Michael Golf Tmournamet
,nament. The qualifying period opens Sunday, Feb. 21, were featured by several upsets.. 'rip lfFl "I tifi
hav i sundown Sund Fe o-and there of the leading playerStrvska Starb Ej Panama
und players have until sundown, Sunday, Feb. to co of the Brazo Brook Country
plete their 36-hole scores. Club have already been ellmin- Pumas
S thir3ated. Freddie Huldquist ellmin- . U."
Mike Kulikowski, the Davi, the beautiful. sterling sllver ated Club champion Anibal Ga- gS uoalo e '
,ub's manager and a contendei prizes which are being purchased lindo I-up. J. Kenway triumphed P T nh 'ii r
for the 1954 crown himself, re- :or the nqedallst and the winner over Mike Kulikowski by a si- -W_______ Mcws .
pr. ptthat course is in excellent mnd runner-up In each flight. milar score, whilst Sam Puller -.1s
Ition with the exception of Flights of sixteen each will be defeated Jim Riley In like fash-
toe 15th green which is in the et up on the basis of'the quail- ion. At Swrbblf-a _oBuau bl
process of being rebuilt. A tem- tying round and every player In the second flight Eddie' -L edPto eam at 6 p.m. today aptd a
porary green will be in use dur- who enters the tournament will Eder. who only commenced play- I J n ,u zS r" p "?m t YIit wit h0UilkI Cte s j,
i. the qualifying period, but be asslgqed to a flight. In other ing this year, tok Charlie Louis Sn euertolCO V-with Js. o d t.i f tia gIIC )6.
ikte assures one and and all the words, as many flights will' be into the camp by a 1-up score, Cb ed hal Cubf. 1
inew green, much larger and set up as are necessary to take and in a battle of veterans Jim- g . op ein g e e (a)r balu d ,
blI t on two levels, will be ready care of each and every golfer my Raymond defeated Long Jim I Teedcntswile b-..... untnn "e
,. "%^cW ,% ; --^^ u -- .' Tnesee0od* contest will be be-, .n-e p the r butFe ]na II Ii. B (
Sthe opening round of match who plunks down his $3.00 entry Burns by 8 and 2. flghtC 'ktween Pa o- -a atd, Puerto Rico. lief help rhbbt d pfre-tle
vie ote fee. In the third flight Chuck .terdaousw M--ariu..Victor"A .I.is U sa ,e.Al.bierpvs. uptwo ran 1pt:nd
yerlod, no attempt is being made The Fort Davis course Is open MI-up victory over Carl merger. ISudden l ath' ibe -hcoro f .t,.puttforPana n ahil ackandford its hectshu outb a lfor .
l tai Davis Club to match up now and through Saturday foraI The draw for the second round i lscnre ojfg h t h- will.be o n a thle Jac a nd for the sbdt gave up
contestants and players are re- practice rounds y ever one who Is as follows: A id out-pl l- I"Boricu ts. od L for the J. dtrtfae (0-1 p t hti e
ueulted to make their own contemplates entering the tour- First Flight laylmf TO morr nW tin g off in tpw atheno _ther_ Macaws and went theo disia M e
j*ithes. registering at the Club- nament. Beginning 8 u n d a y, Fred Huldquit vs. F. Williams IPlyof Tomorr IIIow tarting oInthof taice iJ du rudplay-n allowing two hits, one ibya
.ouse before starting play. The every round must be for the re- Bob Hurdle vs Frank DAY the first. Marga their tournament The rst of the two run -hs first of t
ots tournament fee of $3.00 cord and further practice willVern Prier or i ttle ,ahon r--andonehiirttothe
p I -eed to cover cost of n nn -e allowed. John Crockr vs C. W. Lewis e I Id1l ct ru oamen atwo tT, scedulea ges -orea ay iU b -- and one hit to Loped1
.O. Predicted For Sunday blasF iI o i 6 .m. every day a aLle, but he walked 11 e
Jim Hoverson vs. George Engelke Rl arshl of the fe td te-we -me e....t a he lwas the high m
Don Mathieoder vs. Co. l orDav Gbraltar Lfe 4 5run across.. ht Cu. PAMA thie cay-o in threwtline U
1 0. Predicted For Sunday Sam Puller vs. Fred Meuinger PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE Both team t e in The schedule: te t deadlok2d e1a l

Smpion Pedro Teals of Coon Battling Richmondiki and vs. F. McDonald. FRIDAY'S GAME between first and second th.s Ds .ae the eatich dague am d a lle
Panama's 118-pound ttle- tny, 12-poundrs, will Third Flight Tears Won Lost okedlike a i d This TOD parent and orders are

Sby e experts and Juan Salazar will et the Cliff Maduro vs. Al Nordatrom coppers by a score of 9 to 5. Ds- on aased ball Iterally break- PANA
heduled tenround 128- card underway n a 118-po urt AllEtean or Londears wen 3 thought was open. Vnzula vMorris, 2 1 0 0 0t D lo Diamond.
ud over-thc-welht non-title open.ne preliminary.Tom Page vs. Bob Humphneys while DAgency ror Marrtheta Policein PANAMA v Puerto Rico J. Dur een p 3 1 1 1
Sas Between TesisB oU e Jim Raymond vs. 3.oDavis J. incoln Le 4 4 h lthr ita-e y D 1 i tnesIn t
S" nuEddie Eder vs. eol.John.Davisnibra.rb Lifeo5 jn uan] to lefto ain to w hit Cuba vs. PANAMA the play-off. The Wei wnnl
S, Joe Noonan vs. Joe Ha rrington Elks 1414 3 an ba pitched. reIi o, the suertohin . n es. ..a.. s
oeabl y bat T re n W. a"Red". utroo vs. Pete Duncan Police 2 8 rally alive, Trot a nkee e-neSATURDAYn a r it B la 0 t 1 o
eegerly awaited return thef is a slight favorite to wnip Ed Setnar vs. L ClaeWDNESDASRESULT rrorfromH,, who PANAMA vs. Venezuela Te public Is cordially Invited
t between Featherweight the fancy boxing Thompson. Bob Orvis vs. erert Toleano Elks 1414 Police dropped thebllthebooted t Puerto o vs. Cua. attend the mes1 lay

mpon PedroTes of oon Battling Siki and Wndel For- Donald rance s. Murray. FRIDAY'S GAME lbew 2b ....first and eOd th :s rts i suPne a
or anamas 11-pound title-tnay, 126-ounders will o Thir Flt Sears vs Seymour Agency scoring Damtlan from stecond.S -* Cub a Yh-. .enuel
oler Melvin Bourne is expect-f P ur rounds or less in the main Chuck Maher vs. M. La Croix Wednesday afternoon, the Fields then scored 0 I wild Puerto R o vs. PANAMA. urged to be on hwan
to en4 In a knockout, either preliminary while Young Gittens Chuck Wright vs. Perry Francey Lodge Brothers defeated the pitch and Trotter In tarn scored MONDAY 'MACAWS
r-., by the. e.;perts." and Juan Salazar will get the Cliff Maduro vs. Al Nordstrom Coppers by a score of 9 to 5. Des- Onpaed ball, literalWbreak- PANAMA vs Cuba ab r h p. a
e scheduled ten-round 128- car unerway n a 118-pound Toti tenoz or Lones went all the way for the ing e ame w Venzue vs. Puerto Rico. Morris, s 3 2 1 0 0 0
Sover-te-weight non-titleopening preliminary. L A. Gooman vs. Bo Leigh. Elks, while Dehliner the Police DAY J. ummary:p 3 1 n: to test hm. D t
s is sure to attract a big Admission prices are $3 for re- The first round of the Ladies' started was reev Mar Per three The game setded down again Venezuela vs. PANAMA Biuhn, b t 0 3
rd to Colon Arena. served ringside, $2 for general Flight of the Michael Fina To- Innings with Brown finishing up. the fifthwhen Margarta a vs. Ph Two-base ht: Young. Three- Ma at 7.0 p
ringside. $1 (one dollar) general n lment a guth e Elk's big inn ins in tu rne f pifth, other aruna e t .t T nt n,
The expert opine that Tess' admission and 50 cents for chil- Country Club is scheduled for the third when they pushed a- with Dmiani leading of wih i rf 20 0 12 0
Ig power and Bourne P 5a drek n and boxers this weekend.S The pairings FEB cross seven runs on two hits, a single a .d then so.wri t CasLcubband Puerto RICO h eave, 2b L 0 0 1 02
veness plus his amazing The respective records of Tesis follows: four walks and two passed balls... 3 0ro 0 row By at frstea h won the title tred tcoarsewice while 2,Cl 0 a
.ve wl cPedro Teaa???Tt.and Bournee Cleo Burns vs. M Holtzclaw The Coppers had men onbg The res- t of the ame I P a ce"te" NEA Sff Correndent romsingpro What' i ol
S' wi th Sag'" men's Insurance 9 4 2 MargarEtaE......aby. 3 6 Egger, r .....a 2 0 0 pold NEW YOR, Feb. 18. ncth anweIn 1950 In Puerto wa
SW L Pe t tes Movhieson a by. 0 Poicn every ............ 1 8 Totnning, but could bunch t lsranklin Delano and or the time m
1 0 1.000 2 154 poner a emerging l c t ht, ts time to paus career had to dri a

l Wh key Youn Prescott W DecH e TERDAY'S REULT MONDAYS REULTS Sre By Innings tfin their and phrar query: What mae a uard. I had to lea to pas

_an 1ae1g 0van lung r a do Margar"tb Oilers 5 Polce Pals 1 'rd W igh Ba basketball player? Into the instead ofre-
S---. mpudia W. Dec. 6 D. Clausen a bye Ac big fourthe Little League Poe Pls ....... ankshortto Youd have a h time I found ut rebounds so

I to cut ov er both Me l. e4m.engsII.R. Stroooe lo were madeWH2.hr. reB--wast-manager S 10 .i
because of swar tiss ue th-eh ee es. AoeII-Amerc riWn wer "ded . ,.Yane.der
I h.. a good tchc Leslie Thompson W.O A.LoALI It R .ler .alueRay. S.rc th tf tohPUB ... pbteingp. d 0 6 h^ o
via t iompof the on behKOelanr r Dretr R N eP he rf o a 0 r
*fcW. K-0. the D. eoi l his batting av / oge ce"
ernle Herring got n gamebeteenCd W. DecS 10 Z t r- -With two single In four at- p .ery c elbe ft an- n acro my odntad
l 0 od whack. m I Horaelo Ott i W. Dec. 10 R, ReI L Rr es temptsoute y e -,.y,. eu w
ra so d wih berounded t e. n two nice catch s in rthcfieldIetY t 10 0
seifTHU-s Bai-reto L. Dec. 10 F. Day a bye. o ste A-maman2 2b.01'5t
Ie t-Panchoun aseminnal oe W. . G hdw l vs T. +ud n t, nThehsuddendeathpo-BDaman2b 2%n urtnelay-blo--fW -- -- o t
o esird throe M .tine. W.. Godwan vs. a bye between Sears and eym ouTrA-'. i,', '
ovrhe -round ...s___liers.oodmnayegency I slated for.-tomorrow Fedas ..,IhScore by hinIn Iw
oh e r MelTrotter, ul _3b.......... 1e 2d ln.t .orget that..tem .......
tp AfI hard-hitting Pan- elvinBurne afternoonsn at 4.30 p.m...wnner of 'n gml- 0 21DITn0.oge tthat Ma0aws 0 00-4 6 4 Al ot easy. tlr
o ... e.this game takes the first halfE Cunningham. lb ...03a 11 0 e lowstearWld run af h -1--* 21- ,
BOUnRnN sEond eroo wl ei m bMcGl ..in of1 0 1 1.S0ummeayath Run .b. au.t ni:-tsuie-ty-lRnsbat tl.
Pedr PTescott:TDec.4Curtyl Schwarzrock. and these i... 3 0 0 2 v l sbidty tat
l t ManuelPrecott W Dee6 two are the probable startersW p 3 0 0 0 3WNevlm uedtotar
frror'game -if home Sere. e r e uon loads
odolfo Frtncis W. Dee. 8 This cooktest shapes up as a g7 .....sth.erIHo w
e M xe. 10 L 8ea e pitches battle coupled with good i sN P
S nRodoo Anpudia W. KO. 13 good defensive pl ay. Don't miss- leenalsl. et.h. onl Ster re y. i um r
S. i Tangle I (T .te.Kew3002 1 8 y saprobablestartind lSne
Rodolfo Francis W. )O. 13 CAA COPS FIRST HALF PAC- - LGUE .... 3 1 0 0 0 ups tor Puerto Rico andrtiPang in
S-I dIFrIg runr mnd aueroa W. Dec. 10 A S s t Frea Won Lost Arrsemena. b ... 3 0 0 0 0. PUERTO Ric -
:-Pedrbao, T( u? Team Standings C0o0 Solo.............7 0 Kleefki s. If ..... 3 0 0 0 0 B UeaiY second base. Dy MURRAY OLDR..... tread course hCl.ir eeua
_-- __-_n._.l..... Team t W L Pet, Mottse .............'7 2 Gnenc-2b." 2 0 0 2 0 -Ppera, enterfield. I a n prm g pr What's t'vov
SCAA 13 2 .67 Powells............... 5 "2Bialkowski, 2b-c. 2 0 0 4 lgt, first base.N ,
llc I tlh eagueS Firemen's Insurance 9 4 .69 Margarit............3 6 Egger, rf.......2 0 0 rquez, rihtfleld. NEW YOR Feb. 18. it answers Bob w
S- TANDINGS Ian Lqu redo 7 97 .500 o..c3 a1i1o ..............1 6_ .-B,thIdbase every guy named Bevo a d swtch fromcene r to orwar
gPet.i1e .8ears shcosthb.cusDelhranoga 1n0 tod
W1l Lh 1P000l. Baxte r's Mover 3 9 .250 Poice PA .......... 1 8 Totals 24 1 2 18 1 franklin Dean eotg and o e t my
101.000 Navy *.2 11 .154 Rr B- a points a nightnIt'stietopauscreerhad. rtorl at
L Whiskey 1 1 .50 YESTERDAY'S REULTS MONDA REULTS Score By Innings Varas, leftfeld. and phrase query: Wht makes a ard. I had' to learn o ps
nti, 0 1 .5 Navy Pan Liquido 0 Margarita Oilers 5 Police Pals 1| ..anord, ith" a basketball player? Into the p1v instead of re-
k,,0 1.00Nv7Pa(Forfeit) .. .. ... Margarita .. 103 010 -5 7 pSanf AM Ipt, T eorif alone sufficient? ceivng te bll.
S i TODAY' GAME Action In the Little LeaguePoice Pals .......100 000-1 2 Ain shortstop ou d have a tough time c- fou treound i o
i c Firemen's In. vs Baxter's Movers. Shghtz, second base. v
Sta.balket Womdgackms e- '- "ncott leftfteld "seven-inch kid out of Wahin-have to keep rued like
aersecond half wen the Since Butch Baker's Aero club I A "-- yor. first bas on named Bob Houbre.s. of the Lak-
secondnarwh, enthlayly over Test dAA-".t.yearthe huski o .es ti er_
three runs to Womack Phasalready taken over first AltI r ic Wargfew Hukis wsa nwsa no. 411- e of balane, or hey'l over-
place In the Pacific Softball Loop yTuminelli. thirdtbaee. bmestcookhoio thce I t vt hitr y I n four yao,.,,,
one" of the American and the other teams cannot ofcenterfeldtebeat .inem
I'. runs was earned. change their position standings,. MU MA 00 HURl bek, catch. of the game. a swine gistfluy us a yetrso of eo s*d.
Whiskey took the with the.'pomible exception of a IAuSPO I A T Stryska, pitch. totalfzer that racked up better Ilhad t t hat frt' to
h bottomeof the second few percentage points, it has 1tlizerhan3pots akd gins tfrom Iharn to twor y hot t ht, tea-
bernice heri goondbeen agreed that after today's V04i6WA DtLt At -I A Wthan points a same f]
:uBernice Herring got onved gae hOae ewe R .J every conceivable forecourt an- rum across my body instad of
of a passed ball, third and Pan Liquido scheduled for ",""""fgle. over my shodleiw.Ib.qus n no
a and home on a wild Friday, the 19th, 'and the game Next*step logncally..as v
to struck out the next between Navy and Baxter's
suot=if uay.thepros in the National Basket- block and roll .ff. th u ,We
of the third, Amer- the Luic as well as the three ball Association, where the mired never did out Wsst-
&-their three ru_-:-imeir gIImma have been can- .

da suchhishM_
'reeorda raZve been dis-eL.the a, m
tributede tUrn to each in-
dividu1l, .e4t Z ae Itn To thbem, shoot -tito na r
board in the "Dgmt Club" at fae fet of y b
.the Atlas 0kj Thony aan t bef l
owl'. SS ft.Inlevedan e
e mut thpt DIdk ( X of 4 heads the Katrlan 0 V
for tatemos ba#ing dearI with an Ia edtlec
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TI NilMwIt I et the cll rda tY oag i' In this oun being on -.

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bY It 'n.H h ers fle Yoe,.flit tdow -1 alivi onth seam
l Ne ra ." he o.:'.',a'T oer' l lowtW eI. dd t twM havew the wordly agon d
T at-e New -ot i ds ". oe move I erd ,r toth le lm fto t w anr we h ad to scrape even asgly
netb oe Carl th:ater6 ih '* kids.
Sin ay theigwl tand l It aOn Fridays, Yogi and I ould
b n4ow b ci jIn eat meae t. il always u h
; t 11e a big loaf of Italian bread, alit
sho aRL a it dawn the middle and *
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Thr d. 1th worr ttbeod aLt e o a e h m always put Ma m-
17 tomorrow MthiD* t Irgbt tart on the bananas
ach will Pirighe with a 3-@ a yH- aOQ-la
re ar. a bat lflet u offiCials ill o ITE HIr Yog1 always w e as a 160 d e Cnb

uh .bs.i_, .s 'A .itent i o tieat oer t as l-edor hal SI went t o a fter t d b he aco e d o
1tow, t*ce ttha te ard 0o U t plt5e g aorw ltt Corrs. ndunh "Yoa u ytnow hth ist ouoh .tla 1 then Ad. to hooth tem t lre.ln't have hia C

i ,-e s-po a r,-een t- e RCrlstoa', Bl Prlr e at flh An- .. tWeha a. wet pa n- f tlY. i am he Ad m m e Yogi wa an/ ea ways i ||"
t e, d.awbse hereeapparenatcwasn-a- ,, tonse Pete' at as0 wilulr NEW YORK, e 1 l It' ouer s ar/ve erday, anddrpperthe rtl n--and We played m t ofolur t -0t00l]
str'.orot e a 4 o t ico ltlant. At an rate, the sev eon at eo and us e New" easy to see how w a de deli o name, in an owl, Ite's on td ai n he l, in playrou at h Thee
Walehr n. Llat- idual- co.ntre-ets or- -a atr- el nr at third will i out the whq.is inninr 1 of ihi arg- .ow do you spell. It? a re-/ From now on,4m a M&neher li al ws weWe oa at 8', It w"'

I ta a ettnu.thaa mof.__ lb noy w)ot N to le.l p a l oy rreetbal r wfleld in al prob o bibi..t L e h3eh.- -' (tpora alM..d. .. ean I'm waoina thelm allNet ait "ul'kout" timN Le low9iLu'I
..t k ifaaneue baosebal fan '1m0t l I'"gers. o tes rn V .n -o d he oul k ick f ar the s a tell

l ... .* *. i iri ..." i bauble t od h. nd oto hAwsb r, iowna X 0 1 oE.. EeIs bral te. Yout' e s f .f. Bo

R sTs s e .ands. P .ha.uenhiat n nief.t oh ieo movui esbot i lle th-e k o -O'W i
Ip buae t ,. ut-hoe eee rntnhe g 4tlep dreontte lte ak ete pren mty-the Bid ue picks t up a oIoseball b e or"
a te.r tWiei.tanoBi. it..t Tburw h.t eear e rmjtu whod -a ni o a1ck oererith hayG a st led r hhae y t u M -'t

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Dsoansar tw gb o Wh sm e Wet rssory, e yar is ardello l .p on I o. l&W
mh s M. N s ,faote asd b t Ipe e thaet it nout ttl [o o s spma no dI o reI e Orl h e hapned da i
would0y k o L Cemse gHlo hiksu.itint t ficNo hed coul anfiedersyIgbstoppd to wtck Tte 9ihtehai *t

aonr .... aif te -te nt of J-. usc has ni dt th eir s trtingt n lrd t. b e oL tn or tad. Ytogd i. He wn hs wer y na c t IoY bte erore o uit the .
he a" Silve-asf e I wMst rthe ln o' d heir m 'sha k l ele Deelbu t k of the nhqes baln atgood 6e

r n it ore.ry. Comel i s u onde the g alealld or tho r c. m n hrm g ir our i i d s,. The coach raon ver- hp- da
046b too "ea12 startget-LeWithsomeoflhi s do- o r 1 I b tlkh a s a ,ar. d u. owo n 0mes ddoeD pt o a --,l .
It thou h itoi I nfielirBRs.'W str* thieBet ath thod a th e f hte ed ti.m .l ab thenca tt wh pu- to to ot .
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a,,e,, .. w l't.apparentlofJs w ti h aswixe 4 Coroe E om'e a firstdoAnLr. ee rtiay. b t ia 194 yfeet
I ne m re f -th e tr et cinog for wnite/ bae, n r tti w ln to'W 'Y O R it, F. 1 7.. t t d a et oandn i

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WITON, Feb. 18 (UP) Unites 6i tates turned oit4 -a ree-
Sent Elserhower said to ord '$376.200,000,000 worth of TWEM ND.I Tw0 "TD b h
at if employment doeb )t goods and services last year.
.next munh he will consider It said persona' and business
envy steps to make sure incomee hit $307,700,000,000 de- .. If
country does not slide ino pite a device in the second ha !f
ion ofthe year. De e s Cfs.Vi
dated the possibility of The President also said: I
tax exemptions 'o sider Agriculture Secr.ry Ezr.L
Iew purchasing power in- T. Benson's action in slashbi
economy. utter price supports to the lIogi .- "
enhower made the state- minimum. Pe said sometl un
at a news conference las to be done to get butter ouL"
l'bfu, e he took off on a -f government warehouses and
o flight to California fo.: back on the nation's tables. .. .
I f vacation. HE is scheduled 2. He bores Congress will go
oun Monday to work swiftly on hsn ew WASHINGTON, Feb. 18. '(UP) President Eisenhower has sid and. Adm W. i Bfo, Dea h evio*ly had
President said March wal reeommendatlons to me In- Defense Chiefs, expect early that no ebmbat forces of y chairman o atalstration's
critk.al month in the un- formation on the taclesal use French approval of a proposal to will sent t .Indochina bd staff; g Con- y, 0 they were
en situation since his of aomic weapon available send American .soldiers to Ido- t would be traZc foT th-a .i5t r e abyut .. .. r'._ d by Smith ..'W
le advisers have told him to U.S. allies. china to help sp4 u trainI g of to beome involved in an a-out tu. al d stl wanted o t
for or should st His adintration will not nativegrmoud f t or st earO- .AtI war. Ofcials fedrIT Thr A g kne thead nation's tsa af
uI then. destroy the. Tennessee Valley ed today. i wll ntervne if Rela ons Co ao- po aoa liveo a ek reta .
e ove to be wrong or If Authority. Bpt ne is onoernea There is no .m 'that the oops are sent to t#e ro. wmulat adva "ma artoew,flt lnto a )ae war.' Co -
a are other adverse eco- because an entire' re lpn appar- proposed mollta te would tsclosur that a new mtisn nif ied out o arent Th uttIdeff
ic developments, he said n P ntly is not able to aild upit "take over" thetr4 of ant. mnaye sent to Indo can their true gnd, ad- did nt.a3t so, part e plan Sclwabe ter t rtfarte h
e- dtd t" M to t'suply the French a prisoner o te ,.
not. hesitate to use any pbw- 'ndusLry without federal .aid. Communist Viet Ntti b, Pk Just oura rfner Ac- ,- d.d up to rgoei t1pPHtaw
government to prevent any ernment's tuvestigation ofhigh The mission, it. n *t moa them. That
.atthecrn an dpoft h e n- 4 H doien t bli e te r it au oties .l W. "- Be estate '-- ---- --------- a w ~ete
towarodepreslon. coffee prices will strain relation John W. O'Dan|el Wdo .d..th l Squstion of whet he *r
would edl e bo "It ,," hard- eave sI agree Princess + ..
indicated he l nottoo con- with Latin American producing would be desi ned to"Nie ad- Frngh. arePe to the new
ed about revised Commer.e nations. pressed French commiana d ceive n a
ritment figures Issued Tues- 5. He repeated his opposition would be on -a "smaser scale" T e defn P si the '.o .u 1 T6i 1
which snowed that unem- tc extreme oartlsanship In poll- than Gen. James A. Vn Fleet's The dese spokesman said the '
tc'bed above t ilel statements. The PresideuL 194 enterprise in Grece. N question of e ,herl -OfD hae pnro T ot1o f k..i'n T K
in searId, atah *^a. eoe-bena e of PasesNothp To Goo W_
SPent expressed belief rtryinX to give anyone advice boree to pe / o mission 11nt be deter-
'tha sharp increase partly when hqb brke in favor of mot- plan, despjte'a r rt to the cft- mined "lwekow from the
S -actual rise In a- trtift. et week. _aryin'-di loma.circled -Frenc h vhthe. this enlargement
n partlyhe last nght.cordingtot At h it was onced HarF oan is satisfaor" LONDON, Feb. 18 (UP)
ed dangerous levels and w r Mer a' ta onnel In uniform Measi evty oc- that the princesrwotld l toda

thr re on looms. N W In- at there would not be w b al- curred JlIn.d ship. ns Tdirc company her mother. t goraj_
t commerce departme nt Mbased on Brando H. ve a mViet t l5 .ra viwstl inwd aai elowr aboard delicate the Pier The ue. Mothl
ele4 ateao well, French rcers r tomorrow betwn p.m R oosevelt Sho at of bthedder considerable p r e a r make e toi r was oMoer a

hr d e alidet t itF O r t Cl personnel wl need af l bIhaers he tive up the Indochina
e Meany called for "- too ly e say ie d.a Pan to o abard the cnth said the tState t vis autumn. a b

s? "!onand btsnet+ws Mannolly d t er t thS. Is mu'he$obeoAlb A total of 8 tr d o % p h .freaw rriiath
ndy befr 10. nt a- wn both. donR month, by sryan waeld fm her Clarence Hose t meskae feeua- a ndL

htwino tnot pweotate l paceed t S Fran dlu, trictj hdn e ne Later inw ned f, Adec35ce.00 in-tav waas cnte e 'd
er lasteandt re on a a in I oc hi e followsi a edule fre nMral.i red te a l. ed. The ere acesaid thi e npl maiP

nt o Mvney NWoerds hAmrcnwor Brebeer Encon. (,er odt I1I 4B to las rf to eeter thegBl Alt Force School for ttaot taewt on governB.nt iwiw
i dangerous lvlso ad N eW YORK,. Feb. 18(UP)oa -t lltary m st i* A- t ~ ']tle d e p ndt s wil o al- err i S lbok e dr shiJ afd con hr mh..

wtheu transtte Canal to jock taken on ao inspection to pan motto
Srunem tt evr decked sBl oni. _. --ernment vessels. g d^lymsw ot
th~~g ew afore the "jointMarion Brando chose toa beabe ant airport" o n w HONG KONGqu.e Feb. r8 C stP).e a

ifilf t i steamed onto the harbor en-dewee ts taa r Ton PierTah aev the tour was c de r a toi
eooleconomlo om-bit-I t morro between d by four a t oshi the h tranuget last meth in Hong Kong rham

CIO sPresident Walter milon dollar -dam e s uit filed kndiWr t of a Ca p m" an ilots who Fate and bee-afth a00, y.. ha .
m and resldeof Pvt Richar ent rF ox. a rd, l airth of theolder, hDerno e arboror Jast of steaks ad m a weh

B i re C oe DS to shav (Hea Nw hi m has noot t atnst Oaintaflofat alt v..ine wnt --- a-d.AFast D2rsie stt .hun O i uIifc.l

SMeany clled for "ur- Is too early for melo say Clelr el Stal, y. ad asses to go aboard. These an mll fi4 le I. aderboah ofrn- sulate stat oie, jd tt lan .
m federal anythingg" the actor said. ay atw mmn dera s Army sde y be obtained the f- to see the ay av a ost pr e t d to mo
S the walked off th e set of "The O'Da lel w che ull -foa r, he

IL amae ath fMail on. or l c 's pesofa th- N&VA ee3 01
Ect ptian in Hollyw aod to omte this month bNthe o be O ie Ca Ne t .' haal ,. k et from- r. -

A" beforeA 1st dmatu.5a mn atarhas re teac ro a. yet eat e a won both moth her Clc se Eu
b however t walt sed n for a degree day atl ad of which 44.w reU.F. Io. odenee tsald dtha-qu eena ot bar
this ^SSM -tili damage suit taers onI Ern. at groop ting the endJn Satu t rn 2.rln went l on yang ta fl -W]fIk t itt
b".'s b, eil e yesterday utter a tound I. "r i.ng Retenafie Ato -rn to lthCel-e ovr4,

rears r Ior wald on s'eut t P arc. T he. tmaraalof AoI theeer tioadldnt l to Bmo v% J Va aN-,%ye t ry
pbanm, o Meadet e ained entrance r fa a y sbotigothe herusosal re- hMa St a nota iH
u.==sp*e'" a 10_,.kea1al 0t ,occ.r .,,. ws oto ed. asrvnded atugeof

jth con oi t door thatribe hadn iahtne s t, wesrr wer haeve wro faYear karwatluder ing tO R the lt oYr t c '
r ou e th e oa t t er meaitai me an b-d d- Moi rtesyea on r
tt o t t'do. anott r Is0, t aftbesh C W 1 alAv G i -
h h in-- wtln a -b ntDA*ee t. .."h11,,,o
ao n aeo bus te Frmearln a ,. Y r atretiLter Itn -he A- $. Tr t tl Wa c CI li-
W* S iso bhior Brem ert n. l
ews I-O d "- 9orthcet1stu SUtoo for *Itotals of-;650 in ,
the- ,Pacific; 1 e;fthe ship too.Latin A AMIes at Albrookawere shippinIja,,ary amoottad
W1 wh Sie- teI.Irr the' GI S bi jta hCanaltto 4ock toa n i n1&nnspection tout Of. to$tI6jB4.14,of whlch0 tSad tw ws
s.ti lt tratiOnu jfla'JC at.l~oa, ad to -l.biggeat ship the ship. was In creit for 12 smal ov- leyy/C,
1110011. % Et d"d f.'Dead'.IS s Ijthat dticked113atsalboi..ernmnentvessels. I
ew ajd , As the floatingn airport"nHONG KONG, Feb. 18 (W)sa
trance sboardedbyfourboItwnto s and beeHn.t-Nete
N. 3., Feb. ,18 (t l--I Seattle, Wash., WalterE. P ftI a L a Canal pilots, who p, +Zaot blOv ande,
-ofPvt. Richard Tother of the soid 9 her ito, the arbor '"rrco- It was i.
IrOr r q.me to have died' 5LtahtJ#m riqphas notwi of steaks I and
m doin anearlyay efmetub was lybstlig p
-w.-Bgl t lu so Tb. colt weaelstedyto m'.
d last Suturday ,ear- is thiNg i a hoax it Is te XU..l.T,.flop the 4,:wiv- a lost 10 mor'
nkme was dota cruel hoax; .va hig lacan imagine anup, t'hsovfirst en monthsilalforserviing a a 'fr thu Wi
SWtWe have beard nothing bet diug Waltki Tartar said. I' O ndueted tourso t COfar l .to e post, Extra. py n ega _-a. .., v
ev o though the"Army,teDspTo A .eon fo. -
andeven th Fe-F tai been tookhlugd ." .''at o'clock ae ot
that no news is good news.!,' bp would have d ,. sddurn thrd m. of this yost san hves. terzabad
Last Saturday, Tartar's father, lNord p' and tia hs 0plaliat p fea to'rs a yearly drm 'la i lo sik Hong.
SFeb.'66-(UP)* year-old shipyard worker wwe all memo our fi- in tedung Qarejiortams
t Walter P. received a six-wore tel NeW gr'mowani n xtue at the gardepo qf showed ai t $11 for one American
tothategrammugsfor -;In d*lu t $ ram,, u iTp oak s-_
cent "Hello, Pop," the telegram said. glya.it oftram -om the, e-fie pp la n of thi th Stok f Oepurtmara s"o
on ey epa sent all monthseag4 t am 0 y taa u apcedofn-.*nstpmovesan
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