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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00298
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00298
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und punj)s
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m and air is wet As an aroo ate closing c
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Goo ltn, blabop df the dioceae
*UI make the vAnouncemenU
and introduce the speaker, after
the.f offic f evening prayer.
This will be sung by the Rev.
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N6AYTAO Automatic
MAYTAO Washing
MAYTAG Automatic
(used) ........

Wai '.;,,;.....S 15.00
Washing Ia5hl0es
.........;. ,,.... 195.00

AIR-CONDITIONED, half ton ....,.. .. 295.00
three-quarter tn ..... 341.50
(used) ton tsaled anit 200.00
(used) ton open. pnit 150.00


Waff i ros ..........................
flair dyer (electric) .......................
Soda SopHos for Highballs ...........
" Corn pfiejg electric machines .........
Electric eavg pads ...........,.2.25 and
Eletdm vaporixers .....................
Uthapvoioet ray lamps ...... .... .. .
Ueruicide bombs ....................


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" electric portable saws ...... '
9" ef sortabl ........l- .,-..
Ele, t (Sktlorill) b h.p. .,
.2000 .It 3.5 Aps ......... A.
Electric diflls (Slldrill) b.p. -
2000, Rev. 4 Amps ...........

Brake bands (assorted) ............. -0..4 eaBs4
Platinum points ................... .Z4:.
Carburetor kits .................... 1.0
Piston rings (sets) ................. 299
Fan 5elts- ............ '.. .. .e..... . .
Ford pistons ....................... .2 -
Co t rods .. ...... . i
Ford cyinder locks 85 64. ; --e.
Diaputaomg kite ............ 9 ..
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SNEA Beauty Editor IT
you are leaving for a vaca-
p a uninny clime, better
iq a careful check of the e

Syou Will takLe.
easy to forget ce t a in .
s.weather essentials.
t rally, you will spend some
. planning the type and
e of dresses and sun
Vs you will need But don't
& any of these: beach robe,
na-nd cap. sun-tan oil, sum n
dwe accessories, i r a t-aid
hair-setting lotion.
ough you may not need
?w item at home, you
bJy will find that life on-
! .4he sea bedraggles the,.
Days tend to work havoc on
M ions that have been ex- .
I to the drying effects of beat
ehapping winds.
mdo protect your face from
fiads and sun you will en-
er on a cruise, take along a
ea of sawell-known
on have introduced a
mae especially to com-
effects o4 both wind and
tVfmpany also advises the
I.this product by anyone This vacationist (above) isn't
.is particularly) sensi-. worried about sun or wind
burn. She uses a cream recom-
opding to the firm, t h e mended for anyone whose skin
is odorless and greaseless issenitive to the elements,
Somes invisible upon ap-
a. It is staid to be safe to
lips and ears as well as. company says 'that its regular
stae and hui.ds. sun-tan lotion will filter out most
Acie who belies they will of the harmful rays while admit-
t.Oe extra protection, the ting the beneficial one.


Cherry Sauce Flames

For Beatiful Effect

NEA- Food and Markets Editor
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oft for desserts, comes this
Wi warm- cherry sauce for ice
Mso. If you want to have it
me as served or as the French
p.to- serve it flambe, then use
ady as a flavqrog. Thi4 pro
us a startlnty heutiftl effect,

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ed canned Bing cherries, cherry
Juice plus water to make 111 cups,
V to one-third cup brandy, If you
want to serve "flambe."
Combine quick-cooking tapioca,
sugar, salt, cherries, au cherxry
julet and water in sautltian. Cook
and stir over medium .bt. until
mixture comes to a bell. Remove
from heat. Cool 15 mpilutes. To
serve, flaming, stic.it half of the,

salnt, O Ut sugar, V cup quick-
mii-type. shortening, A cup milk,
.1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 egg, unbeat-
blae sifted flour, baking
powder, salt and sugar in sifter.
Paf shortening Jin mixing bowl.
fLt.:i dry d tre t Add milk
ad van lama a mix until all flour
Is dam inedT '.Ti beat 2' min-
t. 'Ad egi bedt 1 minute
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tte pie pan. bble lukewarm
Mea. over 1444 batter. (Sauce
lb finrm a Iayit between cake
M pie shell when cake is baked.)
Bake .in moderate oven (350 de-
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Strawberry Sauce
Combine 1 tablespoon corn-
starch, cup sugar, teaspoon
salt and L4 cup water in a sauce-
pan. Cook and stir until mixture is
thick and qlear. Add two-thirds
cup sliced, sweetened, frozen (or
*fresh) strawberries and 2 table-
p.spoin .shprtening. Bring just to a
b0il.. emove from heat and cool.
Spoon over eake batter and bake.

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Many of the resort fabrics are NEW YORK (U.P.)-The aver-
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reon f thib-is that textured items and the number is increase.
eo~ro?' t (deeeBated ries, ing steadily, says one authority.
daass and lustrous satins ) will Lyn Scott, me service dir
tapemre t readily into slimmer, tr for a plastics company (Allied
Wiaihter lines. Diamond-pat- Chemical and Dye), says that Ut-
,enML.and .wheUtmed pl ues are era*ly hundre4s of. new products
SLd nmt rl W unbded Of plastic are'"oming to Market.
rShe figs coiled thdiaspartfal lst
e~s ..of the newcomners:
Betaus e.thelhiH skirt is still An electou- baby sitter,"
seen for evening wear, fabric which bro his theid ntoa s erdi
* cre ean be either sheer and fro hi de to any Tadig.
drMig or heavy MWd sif. Gold- withinff Ari. 300, fe
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homemaker's problems and purse
are the center of a flattering a-
mount of attention from' furniture
designers and manufacturers.
New designs shpwn at the re-
cent International'Home Furnish-
ings Market here offer to spruce
up the home solve special decor
problems and be easy to maintain
whether our pocketbooks are flat
or fat.
As a matter of fact, some of
the best designs I saw were aim-
ed at moderate incomes and aver-
age families. You'll see in stores
this spring less emphasis on
tricks, and gadgets and more on
practical, handsome design.
You'll also see less flashiness
and more attention to fine work-
manship and details of hardware
and upholstery.
Emphasis is placed on wider
use of a variety of materials and
colors and designs that can blend
in any interior.
1 was glad to see- materials
such as plastic laminates, brass,
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glass used with such versatility.
Cabinets, for example, in one NE W .
low-priced group, are made en- Iaram (uaiturtIAd MAM sf ipKl d ended 8 8'8lf
tirely of melamine laminate (a a-- m alie sat'm. S t alj w a teape wlm no1 '- l" m --e 1i4t1'-h
rigid, tough plastic) in a tawny :X=, ,,, Sg-' ,. ... --. .
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These cabinets, finished on all teml % aote to te lIV ...pa Tapered lJtlaa .e noodB d ell and han4- lto show.
sides, are designed to be stacked st ur es by tapering legs and drawer pulls and Sia -iabinet off th& gra -. ,"
as room dividers, spread out as curvMng ras hardware. doors lacquered white these Upholster cou hes and eh."
wall storage or put together, to d r maple, wt a a pieces lightness. wit t, er are so dee, soft, tm. t .e
lit a special need. fnwarmi iwn sh, is used far mg roomy storage spa", an open .g t o sl F n
The same laminate is used for the es, tables, Mbedro.oe White and black-lac;qere fin-n upholstery Ma*te n ,Jl
the wide variety of tables in this chets and' headboad. .', ishes. Which because of improved Ion a .d 1 -w 40
series, including a game table Yielding not an a in ., techniq.e are easy to. k ep with a* a, in a Oil
with built 'In checkerboard. ap rance to more expe j gleamig, makers say, crop up to -the c mftablv f t
Framework for chairs and tables aeoHf. another outstae a all along the price scale. Colors t ithe we I
in the line is ebonized wrought greop ; hard rock mapi .r.' the roozpm--blues .oi ear e-
steel, tre. bqKffets and. jvevery ati Walnut and cherry in warm- quofut. d" p1 y tesis,
Pulling design. inspiration from dow*- to ft i mailerr toned finishes, birch, mahogany pinks o a all .le, melon tint
early Quaker furniture, another finished on all sides so that : y and hard rock maple are popu- and green .and l ,rghtoy- -
low-priced group injeta a con- mit,. be used a& room di- i rs, lar. Deeper-toned finishes are rooms., 4D .


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ot suburban ;B e.
She ifaskes oloQ%;''toog.-t
doesn't like to eaH thetutha
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pieture of.a-fi
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celty in' seeti
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SNEW YORK (U.P.) Balloons
wyieb become globes when Aflat-
d are tes lamt ia. edfeine/al
to ys. Ths "world" is of bright
v yl plastic and when fully Inflat-
dp 16 inches in diameter, with
lparly marked bdounidaries and
names. The globe also is washba-

b -
By. {Jtite.Pxh s .. -

-A cotton-tipped .b stick isa
handy gadget for clean dust and
smudges from the-5b plate o(
the' dial tel e, ..
Ad a i' ,,
to gravy wbc. ovsBe~ er-
.salted. The sugar Will the salty
taste but will not make the gravy
taste, sweet.
SOne cup of sweet, milk bee6mes
te equivAlent of o"e. edp of sour
.01. buttermilk who; one.-half tea-
spoon of .soda is added.
Don't throw away argyle sksI
S worn for wear. C-ut. e
g-ribed top or use An bufftiag
es, or- pls a ad serubblag
Ut room and .fixtures .
,In pressing cordroy., iron o thel
Wrong side of ,f abric. You'i
protect the pile iAon put"a turv
jlo towel on the i board, IT.
r; re,=O remov stal ( **mn
Inens, rub th stealed areaswit
d/~ l~s ef lteo,-'-% ,' ~- %
A Bu tl _M ,-

d iM ideal for turning belts, while
tesharp end can be used to pulB
et corners afterthebet is numid
pick altb6 f -.,.
A ngtiig MiS 7
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Fabries tell a [adon story in these CaliforniaIa 4ed It life r too r
In .the.sun. .Sawtooth striped cotton tlett) get r design t "-t
from Alex Colman to play up the drama of stripes. .'Baekround JIMtt :
,. ft. Ithe stripe tl tuand white. Slim pique dress by Pat Premot sh .
(center) is worn with luxurious coat of sunflower tapestry cot- 'W t

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ured embroideries in the pafe
beiges or deep browns. And c %.-
glows: ruby reds, corn-f lower
blues and glittering aquas.

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hEW YO RK-(NEA)--Fabric
Idends so well with silhouette in
turreint r ort cottons t' t the
now. woven tapestries seem made
for the slim-lined costs and the
cotton satins shine brightly
in clothes for after-five.

SMen To Blane 1
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An obviously disilusioned -O
man writes: "In a recent column o So V
you a~vise men that it woMld, be JL)twordit full .4
1ight~ny .J/ oro .la.:the e-the we. Woe.."
deseribe. ---X l.

Tardn he i% Wards I
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ments Wn te basic and when Y'u
yo you fourth c t you .wO Pe
un yot o bt fot o an on
m nt tot I eftt and finlh

tions. Rep yorturby oiug
ito te lfh welwo

rets. the sm qers' 11 for the
'hs we.dt u dance the pSim

She joys of earthae litle
r5 ned lhas completely rsapvat-
d1. this generate la vse from
n. oldy one tanre can bt ex-
res the dancers' le0 for the

aswon't ou dance the polka
h4. DONt ou dance the polk
The Joyis o earth are little

1. Practp .balance..
2. only one can lead aId that
!s the man's reitp Aipldth.
t. To follow well, g int muat
master STANDARp biacs tjd
Variations from these steps.
4. DOXW1 dameB. "choee to
.heek," ds. o t .tty

' tI mo.TO awpiO L lh be ah-

n. ow I

with the left foot to
Right foot to the left
to the left aide with
o. the left foot.

I* toe
atm.at 9

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'- ope.. o me putom..
Ives Cub
ouftii hUbh- AN Star Circte Nete
S)f Cipb The All Star Circle wll meet
rtaWring as March S at the Bpottsh Rite TeI-
S r le, Balboa, for Its regular month-
Sof Farfan y covered dish lucheon.

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beauty expert.

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Tel. 3- Panama or we reserato:i
oted aamonateso euete.-

our famous

from 7 p.m. in the patio
Delicious hot and cold dishes
M uSdI or deant nb
and his Toretdors

Organ Musi

by Lucho Asuarr a
$ 3.50 per person

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Bddg Teiaam-t 3Momday .
T regular bridge torunapmet
played each wk in the Card
ROMof the Note Troli, AneU
at 7:00oo m. will be held tomorrow
Seveang. Those interested are in
vited to play.

CaMnivalNto Tlu ay
To commemorate the fortheom.
ing Carnival, the Carnival Dance
Class group of the U S .04 W B
Armed Fortes Service Center will
old a "Carnavalito" at the USO3
J"B Thursday at 8: p.m, The
dancing will be undek the sper-
vision of Captain Luls Tovkr of
Those having polleras, montu,
nas, or montunos are requested
to wear them.

net. '
As wife 6f the fretch ambasta-
dor to thtrUiSted ates, she was#
to do hler tft in kepug.the cywi
of the d
is salons.
BugHel Bab *two 6f9-DtIme
on the Newok Drhsautljte4
annual list Warn V ftr Si
than biee 4 ts i tn her

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Sright side
right foot.

Remember that the first three
ateps are a'ick and can oe
counted as: quick. quick, quick,
hop. The boy starts to the left
first and the girl to the right.
All polka steps axe short because-
the tempo is fast. Keep practic-
Ing and when you are sure of it
t the polka turn.
You can dance the polka In
regur ballroom position, or the
wirl can put her hands on the
wbos shoulders, and the boys
will place their hands on their
partners' waist. Dancing in this
bositlon lens an air of light-
heartednesw and gaiety to -this
efrefee and del-lgi_ l lanee.
Now we will tart y0i .polkat

* yout'mr A4 Pm move.
menaIn theba. "nd b whenyou

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Son your ri:
the left at
w you will be

iaveetgMteas, now finds him-
se. the .mubect of inquiry.
Arm oCl t oert ZxN.IM.,
alp favesipgat charge aimde
by IO Mren tf that .cbln
recelfl MtforenUal treatment
bM oe q hs X1fo rner oritflo.


8 a.. to 12 Today SUNDAY

;ums Aroeienea Avene, corner 26th Street

Tlhee's "*fhaW44i Dew" favor in every golden
-oum e Amour Cloverbloom Butter. It's churned
in tds k t U. 8. dairy sections... come to you
with evy bit of it rh, ourishing goodneM and
. avwer kld t ll-r y, better butter when you're
shopping tomorrow.
'Availabe--if you like-
in the quarter-pound
wrap so popular with

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ragement for h, tahie.. .
nI-. Derlthy C t* Wed
ar.Fle nMom .oum ...
In a nuptial mass t th.f. Cathe-

manlte Co e onaa Bat o o
Merur M 0s th e G
Ler. nesanto Tomo s
Roea de Tom and the rate Mr.
Charles Tomi als of Coloa.
The ceremony took place at 7:00
a.m. at the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conepton oSaturday,
February 20, wth Father Gregao
Fernandez performing the double
ring ceremony 'in the presence of
a large gateng f friends.
Sponsors for te ceremony
were: the Mayor of Colon and
.Mrs. Jose D. Bizan, Mr. and Mrs.
Demetrio Duulls, Mr. and Mrs.
Molses R. Carles apd Sgt and
Mrs. Joseph Albert Pias.
White orchids were used on the
altar with the lighted tapers, Mu-
sic was played by Edde Archi-
bald, and Miss Claudip Gaison
sang Schubert's "Ave Maria." The
traditional wedding marches were
Th'e bride was escorted .and giv-
en in marriage by her father.'She
wore a floor-length gown of white
Chantilly lace and nylon net over
satin. The fitted bodice had a high-
neckline and a slight su gestion of
sleeves. It was beautifully em-
broidered with pearls .nd rhine-
stones. The very, bouffant skirt
was' made of panels of lace and
pleated net. She wore long lace
mitts and carried a prayer book
topped with white orchids. Her
fingertip veil of illusion was held
in place with a coronet made of
the lace and trimmed with orange
blossoms. Her only ornament was
a old orchid medallion, the gift
o r mother.
Miss Ligia Maritza Cells, sister
of the bride, was the maid of hon-
or. She wore a gown of blue or-
ganza and nylon net, with a
matching small hat. Her flowers
were a bouquet of pink carnations.
Lady Ella Diaz and Lastenia
Maria Cells were the flower gibs.
They wore yellow and orchid net
dresses. Jaime Javier Caries was
the coin bearer and Demetrio Du-
clias, Jr., was the ring bearer.
Mr Charles AI. Eleta was the

r'' tn i. .

Jr.,. erbied was the Si .

Mx1rs U won a d s-f wi

won OWchifi.

s". Lute puel t 'cutthe .eake
and Mrs. -ilw bad charge of
the bdoe's oW ..
Later ithe ay. Mr. and Mrs.
Tom left for a eswt Wedd ri
to il Valle. 8b wi .a suit
with reda Ym
turn an FebuTary X A*ea

don't know whether
Sor hat that cantor
of Sheik, the royal 8
at the Memphis, Tem
made' this show of-
he got the ,Arst I
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Brancl th e Chase Bank and is
a graduate of St. Joseph's College.
Mrs. Demetrio Duclis and Mrs.
Moises Caries entertained with a
lingerie shower for Miss Cells ear.
lier this month, knd Mrs. Robert
Kam and Miss Rosa. Kam gave
a crystal shower.
Luncheon And Meeting
At Fort Gulick
The Fort. Gulick Ladies Club
held a luncheon meeting at the
Offloers Club, Thursday. Mrs. Don
Watson and Mrs. William Hawkins,
the hostesses, arranged a Valen-
tine theme for the occasion.
The guest speaker was Mr. A.H.
B. Perkips, w f HRB.M. Consul
at Colon. She ia an interesting
talk on her recent visit in Europe.
Other guests were Mrs. Warren
H. Stutler, Mrs. GI, Mrs. Edwa.rd
J. Bloomenstein, 'Mrs. Sa mute 1
Mrs. W. J. Lober was welcomed
as a new member.
Mrs. W. F. Gerard presided at
the meeting, which was attended
by forty ladies.
Rebk ah Ledge Meeting
Criftobal Rebekah Lodge will
hold its regular business meeting
at 8:00 a.m. at the Cristobsl.Mas.
onic Temple. ,


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5 ALE H-Codspot _rr______e taes HentdAu lac r Lameym. Cristabeol feeTf. modem.iig
*S AL, 3 nle IlvinaroAm set; FOR SALE -51 Ford Conut. Chart. telephone 2-3479. Pana nea b0. .. :e .,. lb
llithorsn of a. Teehone reuse. Excellent condition Many -- wIVS - Aga-i C.lS ,s .... 9B.-.
11WAc ruc a ct'a'. Orntna owner. Call Cnart ".0 '

i.o.tnod er Tel.P 2-3464. FOR SALE---"hevroet, runs like few. Information felephofe 0- G, The r D a
ode plastic at covert. Lewis 8054- ATT TJON LAIES electric refriger.tion, gas stoves Most angere p'est L .

r d, $1 4.00; t Balboa M,
'250oe 00 One 9 n s c n dol t,"Sea

FOR CASHSALE:-y Embasy o thruThur. $7.50. RE T
i 8.00 deningroom fiscal leaving Panama 1952, duty- FOR SALE FOR RENT ratinatee ^ -
LCw( $30.00; oieboard $25.00. oVy I0 0 re HOUm, s c ._ou & BUC Reletat I ( .S OtP <
Srfrigea to f Se American Embssy, Ave-. If y odr e toi. R lEO. F. NOVEYo h tt 7.

-fo*u .od- i'e0. Ao ot J ly Ph0. FoR L IE Lnc. olneC o in en wl br2 wllC t a l 604. Bl1i d" er -i aBrq. -|

S fm, .P m c6e. convertible. Radio heater, overdrive a copcity. sed dn m .th. Guor car ~ra and one maid's room. (
o 9 ^ m oT m.3V 764 Bapa Vls. customer and many other extras. gntee, "* Postal" No. 68 Cangal 6th Set, Golf Heights. Telephone 7:30-A NtIan a t W t'StWoPt v itW 6S Wt 5r

T OR onand FOR SALE:.1951 Ford VS Tudor, OR SALE :-R oe photo equip- FOR RENT:-2 well furnished bun-. r tA LE
roph. blonde-weod. p2F ? WSw, under0abted. radio. seat- ment and other pserted pur fw for American retired men A 1: h e : I
Chiidas bicyeC l covers. Clayton 5197. iSGarage. 761 omCbea t. 5 o ro f- H l i
achi-ent or learners. Ph6. F -a- SALE--This is your lost nce P. a dkd aol day Saur- COdo Bia aro s. r e lp. mat. 10,0-Make i "f"iroe gr 6:34--
n $'231 0 f 1950 Ford Customvne, radio, un- F RENT R evidence rnTh, E o .-39g pa2al (,. 7.- i '

3 ram c s derWF OfR SilE 1dF9d Golf Heights, Miguetl A. Paredes Bal C n 10:30-Mira, = Bcl 3t U A.
V, S-ALE* ^ bd ad a car s cnto Apo1rhnd o A

a 2 H s6i a bed wf ma.te p ns. tffitie Cse An. 2 o Street No. 26. Telepho 3-3605.* ..
tr g yLE FOR RENT C *t agi a on r-.a sl----

S o.n o0, eF d in NTI t u. Rhilu bsret buriltfaet l n nm 1 :modnS. tAlarm
vFan 7 t c yh a s, m a fre furnished r prtmrent, oone, t w c-,t

iiF SsArLE -.-25 cycle Washint g ma- 61 .-t Ph~seal bedreonis, cold- water. Tel- .. 0 R Olub g:1

d. setmi eeamirror; Tel.on, ~r. Blboa 2' *iR a bL.Ara d tore d s en utis F pORR nent.- 51st Street No. e 42. gE o F O-I gT.-
F a LE2378. houseole _e FOR H Ao e 96 127i.nheolnan i vepi~" o 0 V. U ,l, o u, .

end T heir, Pdrfes ndit Will N ^ r ea ble of- ael orial.PstQftipB- ni atth $90, including utilities. Panama 3- ot 5, 7, 9 ea.It 1 e 12 ( Jg .
a1 r a~fr a.v.enpr three .tli "1 P t 9:2 "Ne $20 b ,

4..rl7.. A hr .edv 6322sinoat.eFreleh o Use3at Crolath trend clo 205rle, w on cid'r fEsi R esrs e .ato. l* :i ilO, 1
L re. Te l. 2 uel VIr .oR SA d -a m tl h o aR h h a e S nt oln C alleaifhrt Teon 9 . ' ". I
S. street t If.ent conditter. C,*on be t a bsthroomR, muid's room, gareO
E. i-On lr soa $ ATirI lca 9u r b hoL wfter cedar lined cN t. n oseto, I 1-l 2 ..
.oD ,FMr- aria: Zo _rd :-i o'Z toW e e dp FOR RE T:nt a ellrfurnsh" ed bu-441o

a hrio ma0 C00; 03 ch. qtMoflYo MhurE45So 3o pN aIA. e
r1v rl. Iram the blaims StanOh.StE-150StuebFOR RENT:- Uonfurnbshyd, 3 bed- LnD4. 5Cme in.IWconul A-e7
fitP Y 0;, boke- $3. ;pi.W d t , md Fonr i t e room od.,va p artment, drerniged W me x ete : -"e'rP

,ten.td s 3.n f r' c vrers. Claydt on lgS/." Co ras -g uomn i et.Fp htto t l d fro ser-t j. | 5i .
4. 2"2-. e .f1s Fo rd Colr a RI. .t n romdiodi-nbathroos maid'. rom .i. rae.
ring^ ^ s eS'!.ILiny 21S'i and c-a a 14o nv nintetBJ=lS tl rei rn -

.. r, 3:o-.SErom tram M arttone Rn otal ,. In qurel e l. o-l :
I> -. 3 c pnri pe so, Phoane- A Te

5 .00 R am 2-0027 or 3-0763. r7 O Mr. : 3
8fe hor ,OSre d OCum ren FORTE r FOR RoENT WmHAVEIT! apa .teeTa
d on lybedromeo. apartment, complete a .I. :- Tr

ir refe5bty Pr stores an td condition. Co ut house tOO OR RETi fumhd PA-n 10:00-5-The World at your Wl- tt E
.n- ~$2 0-0 Fan btr nooms, e ma i ds erT oithe 9 81. ssdE '
"AUb peuwe CBal bornin FO a -G bw t.h, fot. pFrchd bac poc Ter' .A'6. O
14 =. 9.irnAft.: S1-., "i ]FO k.. .r ,.-to. ,, uroom pordiningroom. tw und B AA

Cotnna aa 2Tecue,4 d t t S cout hew s ran- 2songs h-atr fT. .a* 'S

71)''.-.'"...^..* .nm -- ?011 Box int. Girl MOeort P S'm 2-02 or 3 7.0-h?3SJ. '. I
'FOad h ueod-VS ry c ap L ce FOR IRnt::Lncn, itch on gr coa t spec- *O 10al A".t2A : Y IU 71fhi
: ; lIsf fr gsle o .-w; o n veDti Te l.oer dv can iA u p y.ght pan iO om fortabe apatment, 3 42d O-le(iw

r '. md0o. 359- .P. . Cnaecaa ir fo n s 111 be obo erv, d g r onetod i wae.
Vh e etsa ntie," po h s etti ngs Wllaeop-. teehrohne x t 2-t1 rd56 The 0ar
$55i0 Q.2712A. .o"t" o .hAv ls se 228A14.3b1245. Panam. M AI ,,'t.

SFr k KS T FOR e SA-DK edoseld & phcSer trairanIs roos r sen Al0tiN 9:00-A IIT hOURe NA CI 1 '~ 6:0. -
Pf~tusne eor dtdiunOCa0-athou RC)MtFOR RENT:- ,o l rl lf rtednts hT e1o-0 ,1 "

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-d o o r M f 6 & W .kS A Z. 7 :
F Se;Sa.on uaenmin ,f. Gf HReighT:tFs, rMiselA .Partedesa. t l'hn, l o:g a .l510M.v
Hay. ,O ,A _..Vr che ap,. Lattice fretarStreae tio. Gi6rTe leph Wee3 360
Sd.dambon. st uhl. n, workh boenh. ap i b rt e cnt, u ur ilred tO u

sIroni' tabe. team Iron themes fr spo.i fo D.a ,encar.e. Pr.i
tedehuchd .fllun1o1.Th-I:&- Feb. -as

Helnesdae aolensh.0 Day. A sTdim
'ocerR T rcool m red1of the A arprnt oi n s Pg

"fh s.ohted ape oo t partmes n or. pet s.ely oe ae .i -'"

"' .- T ,to h persoren, h o m P en-st h e mowetie o o,
acTO- .lum M-0 oharles t0" oee L "

il.e f7 ',vd hlendw n A.MAo .l e. 'L H IE''TS 'rn# ;ul~gh '-- n of r o e R 04ent We-Cm- cnd-orn 103 he e:ot-M
ionliCol IN..".eN o4 on afo a memberamf sihsdaidtsProodaygarWge, tot 11wer

l1 in colon and a member of uadat g1 a da, le
he Canal Tone Girl cout was wMtten."l' mid the -ud "aa
Council wlU have a talk with the dollar was wt a dollar."
internatkatjo and Benlaor Beauts o
tthe Ralxbe City Occupation- Iere aW$Vindows se Sl
O i High Sc ty O-doorways..l U. 'Ll
Thuruoy easb nsl Safety"1
Day. Dr Austfic L Am In I to.e .
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key actRiu sne" of ws- pro-
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'Armed wihb M ta gun,
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"That wide-angle i covers sq
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Couple hnu: wLm Lta 'tondu
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S rot of an. odl caEr ire
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O bii I ad M6 hir i ie assist-
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be became Hollywoods de-shinlug
expert a dozen years ago,' Dipple
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ler has beathegreatinflux of
utsizc leading man In l,,lywood.
"The blero t man." says
)opey, "twh biggest the aetal cos-
ume. The bigger the costume,
e bigger the shine. I love those
rig brulisral"

Off Screen,

Stars Not As

Fans Imagine

: HOLLYWOOD (UP) M a n'y
iovie stars B ,the screen are not
it all like their tans imagine themp
to be as a result of seeg them
on the screen. their
P Fans usually picture their fa-
vorites as counterparts of the
tlet they portray, or as types
they would ll'" othe tl aps to be.
i or several yMa now Fernap-
do Lamas has been making the
front gages with ews of his ro-
innces. First be and. ,lana Tur-
ner were Tt doy*l ed' toslt pub-
icized two-some, and 'now he and
Arlene Dabl ars- kepiag their tol-
Jower auesainig ,
In person, Fefard Is a serious
guy, intent J A oaJeer and a
regular felt" a*one of the stu-
liM" electricians -put it.
- "There's oetof this high-hat
stuff with Fernando," the electri-
ciaq said.- "He'll st around for
hours, swapping stores, talking
sports and behg a good, Joe Ip
every way." AY .
Fernando, currently appearing
with Rhoda .Flepipg In an ad-
venture drama titled "JivA "
Swrtreays a real map's man. He
lays the part of the. owner of
Cafve trad t in the ". .o
se Amaoum n m the beaad-eet-
tag Jivaro savages.
"I prefer two-fiste4. let.tLa
flpyiag- liver.boyu, FercuAd
saiM. I don't mean to belittle
naemi. I'N wolerfnul, bW
p"euMay I prefer the aemoe.
tyne roles."
Ativeniture roles go well with
prn. pgo,
S"He has the ItoP qneielt as
Valheentino." V-14 lll ThntMia. en.
nrodicer of the film. "Vole'-ino's
best reBem'iered roles had *A.
venture backgrounds. We think
Fernandn is the moct exftiuq
.h&esonality to come asiew .Mne
ValbntinP h,'* ti oui nmtiin be'.
% fItqtr-1- for the out-door type of
Di'rin hi brief career here.
Femr'e"n p starred o""'utte
!"e-h 'i6-moroua indie lanwm ai
Lana Turner, Elizabeth Tylor.
" -.'- ""lasns. Arlee Doahl wa
Ann Blyth. -
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,,FT i. .^ tr***'"',.4ol BrtriB :
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**-w fI'-. i grTtd4$at f pm(BSt
armth," .
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haae 1o,aooo uvs-u feooas, .
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champ o worl... talng cores: "The old gaMe
tralnn I far lon a, man, craw."...
d e 'ew York Knicks ort
*l t ewa e lo have -at out
mtand to I iaeton's JT aid keIa
of *r, rated another little
tomn.. ea l a artin (also aHouston-
t be : ,)... Tom ola's eatoa
Ah spuat1t te. No e 10 use h mas r orr' Aon gulTli for
Italian nmed Joe, dy evrt new oi sho who cades
was Lbherman o ,feo
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other sou gl taliao n.ed Joe. tlfrd .a.K taictk-y
scoinlit Out of California to 5 -ot .. ite
thet's hiM ad I
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ttno tbG 01 layer bs o u a,
Jiolkl gros V ae L
.f: ,tW ho e iasId t.t aa T qiathm trial with the
Si, lsU t det ln- green to r scker... because it
*!#tw 1 Clhstd Dtlwnstl Ul tm once east
reIestf.. him lose n .mi, -sasoh...
Thb kid they 1 tab as golf- Vne's M tnMota plyiatq.
WoSs newet' treat Gene. it- -wo taae Io, nomal nls,
tiltr, IuNeroovne blaucmu o he to branh out nationally
bAe financed .v a On- Diego man alktan's. mat expose,
"'6hded %ViBoa.316man wsM kfi. (tranilr) Lewis
Smost. Mtitutattve who said. "Don't trust anything

marati Gal C ql.pt 1.!
aon slhew ra e the y MtiUfaf. e tca nulr
.. same name... ho make the doable py on

i A.tla ta sp r. t editor Fuv- jWhi -'So:.. and quite poes ly
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In the ane aste to wlirt,
S t aurplons.. D tch

no State says, "ItVs
that track and field records
ror aren't recogn.Jed a

whaworia reCOrds to flti
events only two were on
hooks before- l year-Je e
oeanp broad u 0 o u8 et li 0
l U inches. set in 935, and qOMOA'S .SACK
Dutch's pok v-ult of 1 feet T% Appleby Relay Trap .." t t
inches in i196. fmmy Pedersen, Herb
Yet, W=tferddam once cIVared will contest the PactLle te
15*8'-.-*Msors. ociation. CristobIranuh Id
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t..e h" Six On 'All-S r'
tayd; f4.c un.hee eICalr,'-
nian, fnow coaching troak at hrs-b n, it
alma r mater. n 1- ptgEe I i t I a
right Ob .p of yoU. '
"Don't think it doesn't holp *
YOU lutng iourbelf dgnh
t ei.a.r s et- powl de W AVANA.peb-
swing upwa d with the roar M Of A et s r.f Olt. tin
arns, who'll clear 15 feet this players In te
y eur. Ba went as high- as 14-8 TOs and threc tf ai by She
at summer Yet hegot bhl big- unauflnousv og tN 4
S -est pri in the Millrose oaei wGite wh took
lunt cla rl 14 feet witb the po wh In h
noise of rowd pounding In To elected na
Pig ears, wr*t cste!er la ia "ll, o
Cinfueos, frt basean
Te parzimIty hel spectator NeuJion, second baseman Forest
wel as participant. gets a aobs and pitcher Cliff anin
ance to see what's going the. lt three of champion, AI-
"I reoIa ae tAw e fact that mendares.
.rack anlfield laba behind oth- Keaba& U and Clenfueo. t.ak
er sports n speetator appeal" the rest of the position, while
conceded D-tti, "yet it shob iA't Marianse. which finished in the
be that was bebaue it's1 a great cellar, falld to place q. single
port. It' baic, man apilnst ma iI the All-Star Te8m.
man in the running events, m,. Caentuflog placed three men
aKalnet himielI In the field Haba ridtwo.
events. Teaa1 and thea
"I've seen crowds of 13,000 aT
our. Freso Relayns jmpg l .r

Znad w Iin the flirt P e 0.a il
btarete b, andu neck d*.x 4 (A)$ 4 "es,
"Think of what they'll, do raa Sas a l mla t d
when a W Bantee andA %Jew 1 00e It' (A) 4vots,
UBartel t enl. The only thi 11 gi
we Aned sl tatter proot0loai S.Doaldd Hoak (0) r votes.
na,be more indoor meets. There pt Ho Vo
I no reason the can't be 1he1 1_,-W- Mirauiasa (A)1 2
throughOu' the iruntryi o n oe ,A) .1B
of the ew big o.cles in het.pp (A) 3 votes.
"Glv s the spetaterse a better ull(A) Iv40t.s,
break. There's no reason te -An uU (A) i votes,
lane pauser between events. Half mofl ,
the time it's the coaches" faitt|s vlte--Md3 0 A r .(H)
because they haven't made ado- 6ln A 1 vvte,
cuate preparations to keep the I -'- linnln (A) 84 votes
meet rolling smoothly. * 1 4 1u i ( 3
,"Don't worrybourthe Won;. l tftd (0) 3t
We've got t best in the world, .are e ot ft vote
gnd they're Petting bfttqr 18 tht -01rttce loU (K) 17, votes
Dutch Wurmerdam, wh at SP -toiI It
ertlmatesh tw,*'l would cier 14 ;V"OW//._*
feet 6.iznhes. k.ft A 1 %now. i.svoase.
CATCH BIG ONES we eittr.^.@1
U16buim als oI OW '
Tallahassee, (NBA) Twil o i0 thr uie.. e won by tMi
the most souMht afttr .ptraf' m ortwo votea over robNW
tory footbal dars in ? rgnIa. eraten. wf Alsendarsa won
Ouard LOHe 3I.ant and Jnil ant easily.
Norfolk, sienetd rnt-ln'ald MoltpValuable Play', reeelvint
echolarehlp: with Plorida State 2 points. He got 28 votes for

7- *. -p.

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OrLht, oe Trower, Don Ryter,
or, Jol I odgrau This Quintet
aue so the Pole As-
tdual A tdley Tophl, at Gam-
ch S, 1.80 p.mi

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L6pbis vktlory

Our Ernie ndo
Tf o ,. (si) -p
Alv X Was so
t't1tO 6 Duran-
-at today,
t fpto ny olfer or a title
'Omtellani of Cleveland. No. 1
middleweight contender, won his
0o1d unanlmoul decision over
,urda at MMal, Square
aen lmt night such h eane
none of the hTee rin of-
ficials gave the fayonne. N J.,
blaster more than two rounds.
. In their second fIgb% two
years ago. Durando f1 o o r e d
Rocky twice and dtooped him in
the seventh round. But last
nisbt puarndo couldn't hurt the
brilliant hit-and-runner, who
surprised the 5.85 tans at time
by actusay out-fiuhtirln as well
uas ouit-boxing Ernie.
Castellan pI c a ing 160/
SW Burddo's 160 fot the

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Sports Shorties


Warorr Aa

Taoo-(NA)--Pt MVIur-

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otky got 115 points,
; 0 ti. vote. 14 see-
ond, ono f to -d place, two
fourtt and two fifth.
Joe Coleinh, of Mabanpa, got
tlh mer plat ciae vOts. al-
C th J r ftn ed seventh in
the ftiuable Player ppol.
The f~~r p"iape vote Irir M ood
owr Pi to & nd for
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a ptocky, atlok-ug Jttle Facu.'d ai wan kill-
dpIemrad e'rrin l wa w d under a" fdt o{ army
Ballerina licked the bandits hand throw t bullets "while tl o ecape,"
* -tpbbery. Mystery: Why stick-up man neglected to taeo hr ind the oteW'0 ,ka freely
Scoat. Santiago Municipal ail aft-
__,_._._____________t__.. -- r being sedI vIwhile walking
..* :* ,i tw the bn along a suburban
S'odat duk last right.
Theirs had been a fantascdu
Senate Demorats Push Dv .ot"W)ma-time dlu
A;.. I ` u 0 make a financial killing &o
K 1. I -they could get out of Cuba.
r.a A 27. one-tUw.e marijuana dler
Y who got-a job seven months ago
"dt" ht.s the Bfetaridi family chauffeur,
WASHINOTON, Feb. 20 (UP) eral taxes, a saving of $60. A and the otter, Manuel XchevE..
ma ete Democrats Iaunqhed single man with the same Itb- rla, 21. Bo0 men had served in
a drive today to grant Indlvt- come wold pay $77S, 'a' having ,he Cuban avy.
4uals about 4% billion dollars In of $44.
e tax relief Imeds' Venezuelan
about twice that much in !uture A 'married man eaennine, $1,
.s. annually and with two

yetrs to pump nw purchase r the eupa ,
power nto the economY. children would p 20 he p leiont. hat e which of $16.prchng Democrtc Unon (RD Party
tion a groun t the b -get Vt.) estimatede Yor a

olhet of treated *aom In *an. plan *to Rive be ete bere was "ember-
t'be balanced before a ta break to corporaon ra
tax reuctlon w oraie holders. .ofupIto h1 vpblle to

I ftmft * Krtant f 6 per cent t credit The URD claim It won the
thert e git dividend .ta year, Nov 30, 19 section Trinldad,
S s Treao r- i0 r -cenr t 96 nd5 0 (UP) -fo Dr a onstitout Vionl-
"t cn in 195. asWItbly aned o. that yllaeneb
.. < Wslteir'F. Ore.. Th(lg"we igrhup lose 1inyI would Opposltloe b Republicmat
to bL tie a on f ee the atwe gain an pr ceh t. pre Deocrtc Unon (l D)t thParty,
aEd cri'aut Of the nhow- S will cut the revenue Col. Monday, aftar the
po plht of lo tyeatr hel d some in ts plan r tom give0his present rewasnt "e themb
ted congres s 1ld a tax break to corpo~tlon raling-"

ithe l 00 ddento 850 mellon doyears a eleNov 30, action to red inpower.
*ou c fts. STreaulY d oer ient i0 and t5 per Venesuea nfor a ontn tutional
,lo doaR.s 1 ent In 1956. (Del.), also the l and pons t Velllalb.
1 ,95 whicbUarsThe .grQup. .oted n:dc ,t.Wou ldhjrY n .thp. lAltlmast
j Ibtniom a yeS" freeze the red a t .1 pep cent. president memint that

SZ P o Desmocrtc. nebers of uelan W ent daahda.t
B*IllIt will nancute Ctrholttee. VenesCel Uted It would re-
year ld l'froeorge tplan from Eenhower move cpreent trdent, barriersto th

hW expressed- awareness o Trinidad'sadatage In rePeCreturnhe
0 o400 to 80 milli on dollars a election to retxpuln owner.
Is prno aye a eUnitedore States", ajod hain Intro-, Vialbac ha~ed today tsaid
0th two dea lente duciby t he Seadminitatio egslaton bive the vTrn. 1a r gov e sum-
Kl 60 5ed-cono. Robert rr Okinnci a.)l s an binthe t pred al on him toehisve
Splen Fre rft (D a .al presence wa embarrasons to
*- .t Deocr, at4c. p nbers .of uel a gdve ient d tha a.
el 'ana tthe Finance C nwlttee. cost enezuela he was free to ta I

36-year-ol aham the Treasu revenue. But, he he wlad, It would be best If he
.5 S e- o ,wrge noted that Eisenhower move ce trade barters V to
.hlsexpr rested awareness. of Tr nid's avtage In return

mio itons Imn the for the expulsion of "political
'' United Strtaent es showed In- atto'a famVily lba remai n
by ment theadmnie 3 ato give t h e sert Ran e um-
economan afinanciuary shot Inth ed ats I, told im his
vol. 2 UPa) ik.n e nee was embarrasjnin to
Set.ooffie o h *eeorgie a.reoief 5 cor nc.-ed the Tdveo m ad add thrlat-.at
-h.hnasna t turelief. plan would cost tbquo be wa s free to stay if
A -ttlbd nhisPW- thie ta reaslievw f, Bt he he wisiheda Itwould be best If he
mow" o.it.kdaure- "w w1. w lio .also i unem- ezxnedated h114RArture, V.lluiba
ployment reaches tourorl five or said.
-'d six mumlon.* Latet Commerce
V. e cplon P oe the3M11- i~.a untl. he set -nthe
OmariwWY fnu UYeited SttoL the hu.*ntime.

ge hiento wi bh eanrder aterl guari
woer W 'a lAc late 4 *use oIn
.4To.Therahrp Qarumid-tax relief for d-the Tlzr4dad vernmreft will
rn, would have ony-S ana "n- allow hki to wZt thO* any
direct" effect of th- S. time, 1e.said.

Schasingower and stimulate reliable reports to the police
.I S ueti f. D ., .). th, t a plot to assasslnate Vil-
#*tfri s w een. Pal K. Douglas (Mu0). lalba was afobt. i
tle ar one-time economics pr., r Trinidad s ly a fw miles
8Bp1 ati frm said the pli is the ....e ...e off the Venesqm*i co,.
dnlmeed to pr- c- -tma
N odntnon fromg

P isp,s L

i ile Otn Ndwr t $12 WN
'w Fe.& An6 I.i. CHICAGO. eb. 20 (UP) Mrs.
BO, Uruguay. .. AnXlta McCurmi Blalne, matr.-
-r)- Dr. Ernesto E. am- ANDROS ILAND, i. W. 1., arch of the wel hy McCormar:k
Argentine Opposition Feb. 20 (UP -The titled aud the faunily, left an eaUte of $35,000
leader an6 we of ultra-mtllionaires turned out (*00, her wllt disclosed.
critIti .0 f~ I-ir force todAy .to opOM the Mrs Blabte. daughter of tho
.- ron0., Caribbean's nejAst d e one of inventor o* the reaper. Cyrus
BTlt~ uE I ts most ammbus realt. MCermtk died here Feb. 12 in
bhomsne wedish Indsr Axel her North Side mansion. BShe
S Wannmi r-Gren t -. 4l V M) wa7.
6 pec- whlch Sebw w _M cno'ted 9 eathra-l
anl ed after f9 $MS3,0a epen- p d Wwta 1 r Ithe al

cht I@b, t: Ir- mth, MW M- Im-
b-tie cause. Nr1 a f le in pR-

m h mainn aount after -beques

-od of 'o. hIto Yeaal

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Thel.yog1 d pi mother Cbm
aid thatat t4e'mett uaelly 'lalite q v r
kidpna ing, EchevW 8 .(l "ive -t o
m b Al 7:.1-,-" -I7m h17"
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asp t helke t. Tr~atital Epa vor th touriste, oAd
-.uke "' im tt Ipa"* o the .t.u.'." ,
.t teileimel e ene o d-geet'

Pol ...

en -oAdtod at near theM

b uy were "the uua eaggera

'.on.' l"e pal-c paid.
*Embaaay security -offiS oaly 4a JOi treated~&
ep tejs! to coiafer lih. hae' 2
Via e Vtraiem a r
emC. #srownehe Embau- az4a L r
It **rity earned of ie a ren tht when

l D.ooth, The Th reported, that a
~Luc atle is about 300 yards Laddie-wI ii Ho1cembs re-
Qrz th d~ wher~ena 6bohb hea t shIe Wseha o
Offing ht tr e time, the En bu attltncks t u10Oi~ days .
aald* Johiuy was ridong li l
018 henthe a !hakn a.

kA police unique aid: w te ad t
!. o ,, atmimhe n lneaS reth'e

"Re anthmie rumors ab out hi anew caM hepbw
tll Very of a hedb in Via his. motes
theo range of the at

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4iiW WmuIc.y of the 8i-

P was ,e 'ent antod .

s rado 4 e *RaC. The h.r kdhve
Wo n)We InoffWWe thne _..

"The grenade was fo.,d near
*e opentne of a sewer in j151a
E t i NOk 'onluslabeien-d ltet Id- Via a e.t.-

stand 1 (suy s1pr ti5 hap tlerefore a
wDog Show ora Squareh 049 ,-.r,-

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ote(n neao the ran auh

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tena te I.Io nto MA. kWith. 22o

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Worth ; aredofa vn rien thanetl.
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