The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00305

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P .acaers offederal civil work- councils, who
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tend tl-.e annual Pulicemhan's striated to p es .. o our servtee; tp c ltfvate. good The
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year the Canal .,Zp 1R7, ; bAto
Police .Assocatlio% pac fat by.-law re .ra ,p, tv- w ,
Branch expects to pvdvida the based on the principles of men of lde aft as obtt e
maximum of entertainment t6r a New York City Patrolman's elation have used 'We funds nal Zo
minimum of cost at the gala enevolent Association and the so .to aid In 'fbectingv mot
affair. .. WaGtni n Qn.Retirement changes'. nartalnig. to .retire It i
Whit is the Canal Zone AsuodaOta ad- -4apted to ment bewaefits tea a 40-hot, therefo
PoUce, As.Mochton which local co 4 on0. *. wo *4. night. a.d; 4 .u
sponsors this l? y hol rt -aalary a4jt- ,
Nov. 18, 193.Lodge 337 of The, object of the Canpl Zone mer; tance.In y
Police Association is exempli- obt t' for over In the
fled tday, always. (1) In time .p_ ci ; and in the asiooial
...., d the moral, ocial, recent cor on the 25 csfu
sa"nd trlara state ing of the per ce nt wherein tsr 7
mea xof the QCa .l Zaohe the Pr .,of.'We Canal-it-
oI o"rce of the Panama Zone o aoi e t twM dis- thar. t
Zone through coopera- patched to mi on, D. C., B31,
oent 8b Government off talks and remained" for five weeks, support
h) h providlg 'annuity, death in the"Ifitereak f-t the reteft- all pite
id dBA ability befiefltfi and aid-. tion of 'the ''p, :''ent dif-
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a ,their widows and or-
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-echanlts of fan'- soclatfi 7.chpt,
a a cooperate' in the pur- cutive Co. 0t ,
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SRevenue from the Police balls
Ioe into the fund from which
he association pays $1,000 to
;he family of any member who
les, or $50 a month to any
ember who is sick or dis-
*bled for more than 30 days.
Dues for -members in the
k citation jare now ,s6 a vear,
,with a $3 Initiation fee. From
finances Jtt death and sick-
as a-betit, sponsors a, team
S-~. i. :.. I i the Little League on each
side of the Canial Zone, and
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itentlary. (Left material standing of the -inem-
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corner, Morton' L. LeVee; -
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association first vice preside t,
JoshLa 4. Cuonllghlbm v e
presl ent of t e r associationi
and Balboa chapter chairman,
Robert A. 'Engelke; Atlantic
chapter vice .chalmsan, William
H. Matf: Balboa chapter vke
a c w1M t imthearbaum;
Atante chapter aecrefary-
treasarer,. James atilmer; Bal-
boa chapter secretary-treasur-
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"*i4 fN. Ni~~j~'Gatun, anulounce the marriage
eto Mr, pbed J. Donaldson,
et WillaMUsiile, New
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?f.iW emony tootk ver holder -as a farewell pre-
k-JwM Mass at S. At, Mrs. N. M. Hoard made the
' Oha ,th in Wf- presentAi0.
"T. Presiding at the coffee table
iwos w suit withll a wer4 .Mrs. Harold Hitchcock and
:er wedilg. r Mrs., JeronAe Brown;
L RV- t OCK6
ena aid sisfsWr Surprise Birthday
rg e d as ia- SfMer Party
t brother, -Mr. asn Mrs. Howard McGaug-
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Swrtniafy amue0ary.
"A 0 arwt .waj.ven after the
Interscholastic baseball game be-
tween Junior College and Cristo-
bal High School. Gene is catcher
fqC. H. .. S.
The birthday cake was cleverly
dented with a baseball design
ad. topped with a catcher and
m n at bat.- -encircled with the
traditional caeneas.
The young guests included:
Misses Donnay "Humphrey Barba-
ra- Hckey, Shirle7 Peterson,
.Measrs: .R hie Sisav, Bill Price,
Tommy Gibson, Jobhn Hatgi, Bruce
Newhard, Andy Blea)ey Stan-
ley Smith, Carl Tuttle, Allen Ro-
binette? Danny Ramsey, Malcolm
Stone Tony Naboa, Gerald .Me.
Gaughey, and Donald Humphrey.
Also present were Mrand Mrs.
Luke C. Palumbo, Mr. and -Mrs.
,Lee Kariger.
Demilay Aanouncement
et Order of the Demolay will
flOMife...glr meeting at. 7:.30
- A~~i at the Cristobal
uIt"Ame Tetple,|
,Aster Couosqor, Leslie Croft
J5 p..side. rll members are


ursge LU o an.
WArod Day Ot Prayer
Amounted
.The Margarita and Gatun Union
Churches will hold a joint meet-
ig at the Gaturn Church, Thurs-
&ay., aLc.f. '.. m p. to <,b-
-serve the Worl4 Dwy ol0 Payer,
SMrs. Edward W. Hodgson, of
batos, will be the guest speaker.
TIhe theme for the evening will be
"That They Might .Have J.ife."


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ertheir depart re Iormal
di ur parties were given r '
fa ,il by Mr. and al l
M Iacolm, and s. O.
Haranso,; l. G.
Cramer ird e patu r ireakfa
the nom ey nioven
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm also had
as their guests Mr. and.Mrs. ]Hm-
ter, Date Miss Diane- Michael
Dare and Mr. Curtis razer.
L A, C. eBoarn Meeting
The Board of the Colon Ut tf
the later-American Wome l
will IWold itl regular meei at
4:00 p m. at the Clubl AlIl
bers are urged to attend, as'.*.
portent matters concerning the x-
position Will be planned.
Miss Stlie-ug Retas
To- Iowa .
iuss lelen Stei2ing, who has
beea visiting her. sister and bro-
ther-inlaw, Mr. aad SMrS. Earl
Beek, of Crstobar, left on the "Ya-
qui" for New Orleans, en route to
her home in Des Moines, Iowa.
Leterary Group Meeling
The Utrry Group of the Ca-
ribbean College Club is meeting
Tdepday, Marqh 2 at the home of
Mrsin David Peters, 8031-D, See-
ond St., Magarita.


Compiled. by Publfher' Weely)
Fiction
LORD VANITY-4amuel Shella-
barger
BEYOND THIS PLACE-A. J.
Cronin
THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY-
Ernest K. Gaun
THE LADY OF ARLINGTON-
Harnet. T. lane
TIME AfD TIME AGAIN-James
Hilton .
Ne-FiletieD
THE POWER OF POSITIVE
THINKING Norman Vincent
LIFE IS WORTH LIVING-Fulton
J. Sheen
THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS-
Charles A. Lindbergh
TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY-Sir
Winston S. Churchill
THE AGE OF THE MOGULS-
Stewart H. Holbrook


Custodians Look

After Themselves
AXRON. 0. (UP) Custodians
attract as Itte notice in the offices
where thiy wjork that they are not
missed w te h ey retire and few
notice when miffortune bits them.
Ernest Harris, 55, found the en--
dition in public schools here worse
than in most places because the
caretakers had so little cobitat
with other employees So nine
years ago be, Gilbert Means and
Steve Golobie formed the Akron
School Employees Remembrance
Club. All work for the school
system.
All custodians are automatically
members of the club. There are no
dues, but thy enapg= in., mny
activities to rafse fndfor their
work. Chief sources of income are
waste paper and Ohio sales tax
stamps, which can be sold bick to
the state for a fraction of their
original value.


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Tt :.-nme for d ns f I t tt hu. second best year t
i. past .but bu our tat bad:.

ant fllniore ye nxne. t';Va wil UttoIt otjte-
.eit Isn't an economist dictions for New York in 1954
o b iIgor an "The subways- *1 running;
em put o. by the baseball as
one wYork'ps Mt
a yw
You may want, to cut it out will epjoy -ones b. Business
and tpter to at w ever your maes._big nd liW..iknqw their
stocks go down, wheyver, business business will opera at the sat
slacks down. a bit, whenever you old stands. Salesmen who get out
Wt. e. what's the use of living. and make eal wfll gt o r d er s
".e advertisement is lte a d e d and restaurants, whfi serve good
'yo Skile One Crystal Ball," and food at sensible prices, will eon'
rea in part as follows: tie to attract custo o ."
," everyone else, We've been Which, of court;e le the ad"
tftig to gaze into -9I4. So far vertiser right into the !'commer-
WtR haven't spotted anything that eial" and be aivites one and all
EtII traditional Ameritan c ol- me 1m aad eafey his good
.nation of inspiration and perspira- food at reasonAble prices .
lion won't overcome. ,So w e' re '
ready to sell, our crystal ball 'and I don'tknow .whether there were
take the year as it co 6s. any economists in the times of
, "For whatever our opinion is King Amenhotep II bwo lost .his
worth, we feel that the populace bead in Paris and recovered it in
worth, we feel that th% opulate Boston.
are we drifting.' After personal
experience with a couple of wars, But I'd wager you 10 cents that
a -depression and some jnuor re- things were not much different in
sessions, we're convinced that The 20RO B.C. that they're today. His
American Way is a pretty rugged four-line biography in the ency.
institution. clopedia. sat. that be reigned -25
"Along with the rest of the cit- years and fought several wars.
menry we've scanred th e pro- Well, we have had 34 wars in
nouncements of the eco emie prog- 35 y -ars-aad yet, women are
nosticators. Taking the estimate wearing clothes thta are not tery
that the. nation's annual income duferer from th6sepworn in A-
will be off about $10 billion, all menhotep's timte (o b a little craz-k
they are saying is that we're going ter) and human being behave just


FOR THE LAST SUNDAY

WE WILL REMAIN OPEN from
8 a.m. to 12 Noon


OMPHROY'S
Justo Arosemeno Avenue, corner 26th Street


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WONDERFUL, CtOLOf PWIKR V
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Tbrl to the parade of the beauu na metume-a a. mornm
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Yo'i thrills, too, to American. Latin jo d Panamanin rhythm" by thr
wonderfu l bds Tomn N ez' T readers. buceho Azeimrro's Serry
Msiela. pd the Queen's Band.
IU not *w inl national drem, top your co -l with a '"moatunh ha&

MONA .NIGHT IS "MAMARRACHOS" NIGHT
This r Iwsa$tbiPor anythin-oes Stunit This is the night to let the,
fjasnulagt ..Mn r pt and dreX In the costume of well, It could be
BuI 'i Morm .your favrte d~tn sirl, or your Grst-
aunt CCom c..(, conu i eostum es am.t. ,) ,
See the wacky election of "Mr. PanamA" who will be awarded a "Panajac"
by the Amalcan Bazaar.


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about as thy didS then.
Set's true,. tat the old King re-
mains nothing but a statue now,
but what will we be 3,000 years
trt now? Whor will ve a con-
utinental then about our qconomie
predictions for 1954? People will
e altogether too busy with their
954 worries, and I am sure some
prognosticator o&that era will warn
all and sundry of his fellow cit-
izeua that the country is going to
the dos that very year unless
they elect a President of the op-
posite'y party.
He wl need the same kind of a
crystal ball that the Brass Rail is
trying to sell today.



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1947 Kaiser .. .. ,. .. .. ..
3948 undson Super .............
948 .-4 ludson Comm, .. -......
1950 i brd Custom 8 ..... ... .
194.1 -.Mercury ........ .
19- hidson Conum. 6 a ......


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Hudson 6 .. ..
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Hudson Wasp .

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Food mixer and blender disappear Into counter top at the push
f a button. Screen above mixer is not TV, but a novel viewer
en which are projected recipe along with color phedoaphs of
fihes.
''.. BY KAY SHERWOOD
., NEA Staff Writer
',! -- t --
: WHILE Junior plots his inter | I'll just have to redouble efforts to
"i'& eetary vacaton, let's take a remain calm, tnol and collected
peek at the future lor- the chief in the face of a battery of push
flUk "alid bottle washer. buttons.
v' A functioning, e\per I m e n t a 1. At the mixing center, for exam-
'Kitchen of Tomorrow" created pie, push one button and the food
by a large manufacturer gives usI mixer rises out of the counter top.
a tantalizing preview of what's in Ju.-t wave your hand near the
store. Because the appl iances switch and the wall cabin et
(with the exception of a simulated glides down within reach.
A, electronic oteni are working md- Etcn the floor dispenser has it
els, the cook in the future may motor powered sifter. No more
be your gr me. stamed recipe books, either. "A'
I Just visualize a ree standing viewer projects the recipe on a
,, opn kitchen handsomely decor- screen in front of your eyes.
Pi ated in walnut, brown and white When the cake's ready for bak-
with bright-colored a c c e n t s to ing, you bounce over to the cook-
i merge with hiing and dining,area ing center. Two ovens at counter
decor. height flank a stainless st elI
I The gleam of aluminum and range. Push a button. Up comes
brushed stainless steel contrasts one of the ovens to waist level,
,.- with polished wood and plastics. 'revealing sliding glass doors.
Lines of cabinets and dppliance' This oven has a removable rollis-
tie clean and harp, serie and a special device which
S'lla slightly arched ceiling is ac- puffs charcoal or hickory smoke
really designed to muffle the to flavor the meat. Thp other oven
dane clatter so that conver- is the simulated electronic one.
in the spacious djoining Although still in the laboratory
6aon area viwtt be disturbed. development stage, high s pe e d
-covered coft cushioned by a ovens for home use are a distinct
ayer #damlt robber pads the possibility for the future. You'll be
I d e able to bake potatoes in five minm-
w 'tthe dinner on utes and I'll be able to burn the
ike a. look p biscuits in jneoIds. -
v:" viewie' of the Besides tri -oh -fl -t-w e
-9s will convince you (as it there is a four-slice toaster, -.
me) of one fact: A bright day bination Ditch otbn aid gr.w
da ning for the homemaker and a well-cooker.
h a master's degree in electri- Carting dirty dishps to the. sink
engineering, is set in an island in the kitc en
s a girl whose electrical know- and both sides are accessBMe.
ends with a murky idea of Natch- there is a dishwasbhaLnd
r Franklin's -kite experiment, a garbage disposal unit.


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,Have you noticed," a reader feels that he and his wife afd no
'. how often mothers of teen- longer getting all, they shouK;.out
ia othe children first in all of life ... and that he is no l ger
thikin'g?" Ias important to' hiatwife I
'Froom the time their children once was..
--. jaor high a lot of mothers Your Sacrifices Are No Favor
mt-to thinkthat everything the To Your Children
ildren want is more important So watch it,,you mothers of teen-
*whast their parents want'!." agers.. It' ..l-p to bh e aympathett
That criticism hits a lot of moth- and understanding toward your
s. hard. For it is mighty easy growing up children, but don't
r a ipother who wants her teen- i ake every decision in their fa-
i children to be happy and pop- mor. Don't put their happiness al-
ir and one of the gang to go ways ahead of your husband's and
erboard in her determination to yours.
Iy them nothing I You won't be doing them any
8Be is willing to make any sac- favor by being so self-effacing, and
iee to give her children every- you won't be doing yourself or
pg and to always put their i your husband any favor, either.
ahead of her own, and she The two of you are still import-
their father should feel just ant. And you both still need to see
she does. tu jt,that.each of you feels he is
It men aren't often as lifting iimportant in the other's eyes.
ake a back seat for their chil- Those two facts shouldn't be over-
40 as women are. And so while looked in your determination to
irmother is putting the children give your children everything they
. many a middle-aged husband want.
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The slim-line dresses that are popular this season make perfect finds her (lower left) with another new look.-This tire she has
basics. A girl who has a way with scarves could, if necessary, combined two 24-inch squares to create a distinguaslled Jabot.
build a week's wardrobe around one. This girl sparkles Monday- In a romantic ,mood one day. dhe wears a rose-gaf da 36-inch
morning efficiency (upper left) above a crisp white grosgrain square (lower cditei) as a bloused bolero. And for dramatic
silk tie that's appliqued with gay daisies. For a Tuesday evening efect on another occasion (right), she has draped a .36-inch
social engt gement (upper center), she wraps an oblong ribbed square from neck to fingertips, catching it at the waiptline with
sheer scarf fichu-fashion around her neck, fastening it at the Ithe dress belt ln,this arrangement and in most others, efec-
waist to emphasize the Empire waistline. Wednesday coffee hour tivdaes depends eol careful smoothing and uaingi of the material.

By ALICIA HART In no time, she says. you will Perfect for achieving a dramatic mouse roses are shown and named
BEA BEAUTY EDITOR find that you are creating your effect wi $h. .e popular slim-lin- in the design, vhific lends itself
own scarf arrangements. In other ed s lb a zebra-stripped to 'draping as a bloused bolero.
European couturiers have often words, one can develop a knackpa -:starring in the Creating a bolero with a
acclaimed the ingenuity of the A- for accessorizing with scarves as of a fa med scarf is done simply by arraig-
merican woman: She can build a weli as learn costume colqrfi or lag the scarf-' across th shouid-
week's wardrobe around a b a s i c make-up. .. /.. with one end ers and khotting the ends high
dress and several wisps of mate- There are fu 'llM reck and hid- above the trm pits.
rial. folding a square a of the mq- With simplicity as the keynote,
But some .. m eric an women envelope, trian falling in a'-striking Offect; can 'be achieved
think that the girl v:ho has such angle and a flat g t ffm under the with two 24-inch scarves of geo-
ingenuity is the exception; they The first Is done'bydr. '.the scarf at metric design. -Aralnge one as. a
cay they could never think of any gether two of the diagonaW.n use a pret- narrow band-arouxd the neck, ty-
clever arranguinents for scarves. posed corners, ov ipping aety pin hidden un- ing it in the back. Fold the- oth-
One girl we know who has been slightly; the second, y folding der s. er in the three-pointed .manper
extending her ward rKq.l- with, the scarf diagonally in half' the Many of the most ainteresti ef handkerchie% and tuck it u.der
scarves for years says that just th cf, by folding it diagonall""if lt are achie ti. t lekba to te d jabet
isn't so. She claims 'just .'about not quite in ha*; 'and the fourth, IM_ pne. 8s ook, Aiphil secu t r-
anyone can think of' 'ways of by aiolding it in half so that t '.a ie effect ive-looag Ament'.
draping scarves to capitalize on forms a rectadgle, and then fol, a haraagement usually .Among the oblong shared
the versatility of a basic dress. ing it the same way again. depend on careful draping and scarves offered for spring by this
Her advice to the girl who is If she selects her patterns and fluffing of the material, firm is one in an imported ribbed
jusz starting out is to study the colors carefully, a girl can have Another 36-inch square, featured sheet ti.at's centered with several
way scarves are worn in fashion a good scarf wardrobe with two in the Spring 'tollction of the hold stripes. When folded around
photographs and to take the hints or three 36-inch, 24-inch and 18- same scrFfirgi, is one that wil the neck and.pined a( the waist,
offered In tie advertisements of. inch squares and. a couple of ob. help a girl to become an author it -does a superb job or empha-
scarf companies. long shapes, ty on rose culture. Twen/y fg- sizing the high-walated drees.


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NEW YORK --(NEA)- It takes
a woman to test a jeep. And by
Army order, too.
Out in Toledo, the women whol
w.egularly test jeeps as they comeI
off the assembly line are describ-I
ed by Tom Harm6n. chief inspec-
tor for the company making the
jeeps, as being far better suited
to the job than the men they re-
placed during the final years ofi
the war.
"First of all," Harmon says.
"women aren't inclined to fool
around and race the jeeps like hot
rods; as many ten did. They also-.
are more painstaking ans depend,
able when it comes to making
their inspection of vehicles. Ana
for all the talk about, women be-
ing 'the weaker sex,' they show
up for work in all kinds of weath-
er, on days when a man might do
little ggld-bricking."
The "girls" tho test the jeeps
'rage 'In age from 20 to G0. .They.
test-drive froA- 75 to 90 miles a
day. Each car must be driven un-
til a pt.al of five miles is clocked
on the speedometer. It musm be
carefully inspected and checked,


Wfline. :Spices I/ e

Z'or economy

NEW YORK (U.P.i-Economy
,.Is to put the post-holiday budg-
et back in line can be given a
company touch with the addition of
wine.
This Devinshire beef pie is one
example. To serve six you will
need:
1'-a pounds ground beef; I small
onion, minced; I tablespoon bacon
drippings or other fat; 3 table-
spoons flour; .A cup burgundy or
other red table wine: 1 teaspoon
Worcestershire sauce; salt and
pepper to taste; 2 medium-sized
potatoes; one-third cup chopped
parsley; and pastry for a 2-crust
(5-inch) pie.
Saute beef and onion in bacon
drippings until meat is just brown.
stirring so that meat separates
into small bits. Blend in flour. Add
wii "d ck g until mix-


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I time in industry that the govern-
I U t has based vehicles on
.suc. a basis, ejects run as low
-4 2 per cent or less, according
Salmon.
".H-neralyv. it takes from 20 min-
ulbs$s.o half an hour to roadtest
I and inspect a Jeep. Much de-
Spends on the weather and road
Conditions; there are' cut-offs into
rugged terrain where the girls can
give the cars the works if they
feel it's needed.
T Do the giyls like theirt work?
I They love it. There's never a.dull
mAqment.
IRecently, on a two-week vaca.
tion, one of the girls drove the
familyy car on a 6000-mile trip
S.through the country. It was a bus.
"inMahi's holiday but she had no
Choice. Her husband doesn't drive.


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flops show the narrower abotul'er a
designers favor. .White pleats 4are r tudi
gray and white. taffeta in te dayt (bel
Jacques Helm. Schtapatreil doe, a.t9w
(below, right) with a sllM*k -- 'l i .
evident: the jacket is sUghtly fitted.
tion there's a yellow dress (above In a 0Dio
over pleated effect. at the bak -and tiny bu to
hemline at front. Janpe aft. who stresses clot es
Pr woman, doss tdieatherwefglt 'white cheviot
right), with a .-imple aihrt-waiat dress gathered it:
leather belt.,-B ROSETTE HAIGROVE, lEA Staff C
eat, Paris. '
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HELPFUL HINTS"
By United Press
Use hot milk to make- markp'
potatoes smooth and fluffy. Add
the milk gradually. '
Use aasponge to apply liquid'floor
wax. You'll find the sponge
spreads the wax readily-ana you
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both inside and out. Oil press& 'back for correction. The jeeps are.
motor timing, instruments, brakes then turned over to governmentt
and steering must all q. a I-inspectors in batches of 60, from
ed and this usually ieluditil wIbch they pick 10 at random.,
scrutiny of connecting lines #. 'hese get a 100 per cent statistical
points. quality control procedure check,
When anything is found out "f The rest of the vehicles are ac-
order, it's noted on a card attach- cepted or rejected on the basis of'
ed to the vehicle, which then goes-the sample 'ot. This is the first


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CHICAGQ (U.P.) All women,
even those living on a tight budget,
someday will find they can serve
good American wines as easily as
they pour after-dinner coffee, says
one expert.
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Mrs. Molera spends her ttl
the basement doing business
wine merchants and seei -t
the bins are kept stocked wib
right beverages. Her purchase at
the hotel amount to aiout $BM^
a year.
- If h ne sn't busy selecting
f.' w lng, liquor for a convey,
tjt of tampagne for a diaWe
?A4. r answering calls Wtn


ask what hind-
a tt j W-T rae e- e with certain Re4
crust place, with several gash- "Most people must taste a num. whit type of glasses to mae
eas In tor Ferpj tateam to her of wines to e oose a favorite." the coreret plaie to put then-i
escap ake a ot oven (450 she said. "I'd lke to have my "What really tso is igwbit
degrees) for 15 minutes; reduce own wine shop, and stock a variety of wine you like," Mrs.
Sheat to moderate (3 degrees) and of good ones. Some budets will said. "Serve what you aad
Ieeodame b&kig for 1 hour. Re- allow elaborate glass service: oth- guests like best, mati'r -
Snmoe ge te ovwe andM let tad S I S Jm e ive waes., I'd have type of mea. Skip the pw=


Pressure Cooker Speeds

asi Sauce Preparation
By GAYNOR MADDOX
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Stocks for fine cooking ready in leaf, .. cup celery with leave
jars in your refrigerator or deep chopped, 1. tablespoons salt,
freeze, you have the beginnings of teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon .
gourmet c o -.. ley, chopped a euartat. '
Do~i A 4oti A eaa Bender martro j a: tom
Industrial designer as well as fa cooker. Brown meat slowly
moous amateur qook, explained how melted marrow ,Ad onion c -
he makes these'wohderful iaaces, rots, bay leaf, salt, pepper, pel
that usually 'take many .hou, in parsley bone water.- Plae.-eov
his pressure cooker I 4 few min- on cooker. A)Ipw se
is p from vent pipe fshd for
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.AisMltr will be o dll to the awn, a 'sto by Sean 0'-
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Si..ri ..a by Sliatu eirtt, one-tiMe see-
MQa.S a 31, who wa rotary to Semis 5oycu and t
Mrowedr l.Uirt as Quomt of the cur nt sueeias ld the P Iar i
wil reign tight over Pollera Mns; pd No. ybls Wh
fNla th pSatio t Vo Intfld.d"by NiaMontlo
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urph, .d o
Th-ree On' Deke20' BBkett.
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cheatra a i iAzearta and set by An= Maria Ortese, a
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noted ta'tiisa ob and of th. UIn this
Wtd ft *t b eluded 'are Ral4 Ellon's "Did
p a W*."mawrlg You Eve Dream Lky?," Wil-
a 't Ate m ono _asl UIeams Sysvester' "The Delth- of
by..as Li A.
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Vrd. Groa i^ a a e Haldar AI-bi, are po.Bs, by
me8Pra C She n rBumld Hd ra To
The Card Grbup ol0, an, Muam aim, Wth
d o ubeon at the W A colDnCly and Horace Gregory
Cil .In- thel gueats hae 11 cdArticlesl or

t Mr; Aine do St. Maol ,be ng wary oe" hast i been
1re0a lt m ote wes" at t AI eocltedfor bs newmvorume.
o id ma4,fthe U l"N World& Wdnl No.. has
AXy~~on -Q1ve Center, t ricentYone into a aecod pnut-
i -B.Roa d,.bliWm Professorgbrlingb to '00,001 renuniber
tspa w l l be p1 0 ac of copilo cli uan. wivmnes,
companuy.I
onts mgenm ^Is $.00, stud' A biography"irs. rra. rank Ls-
ents fiftc sand, in keeg oat te met tn ary
SLe oe of the Nlebmeh Cmtudnry
alapree-nf. "a Purtle PCaU
tdd free ot charge. on ofthe new b at: panr hin
aishi class cireulatiJ 'urin't 4the t wbek
T iby CouldoM Ubrw
To len UWednes day e binogrpi was hV
Spanish classes, under the tutol. -" tre
age o Mrn. K a Cotey, wl I- BMadeleinet .SIe ', author
at Mrs.EldenaCoffey,A e`irtestef.,tbwo. rt1 Zr Nie-
ca.., and ar poln to nrbers oftearh-rentA=- -o.em
the tilM VWoman's Clu MangIt "AY
member s.lfot. : I
mebWil_ a itr am, fra. MUs. Leslie w l beaot
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Covered Dish Lameheo.

diph luncheon for the All Star %i- misiTte
cle wfll be held Wednesday in the
Scottish Rite Temple, Balboa, at
12: 30 p.nm.


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CARD OF THANKS
THE FAMILY QF

GWral MinuS Cuteo VImrre
sincerely thanks Governor John L Seybold, Cqnal
Zone authorities, and teo resident of the Canal
Zone for their expressions of sympathy on the daith
of onipral Qulhtero.
Fob. 28, 1114.




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February 25, 1954.


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Tel. 3.4987 Panami or wire resrvation
Hotel Panamonte, Boquete.


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:" household
.7MNL:;-6 place setting an ex-
fi "letl of orchid. International
.l; ilenr condition. Phone
., fly Heights 3292
B dr- v:-14 Venetian blinds 31
. 34, pll $15. Good condition, over-
'u/tffed couch, matching chair $35
RAgn# Balboo 2-2954.
LKE:--5 pc.. wicker set, $60,
Sj.way bed, $20. 2-1794 Sal-


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE.-FORD -COUPE (2 lump
seats), black, 1941, dLty paid, in
daily operation by American res-
ident Bello Vista. God battery, 5
good tires, brakes sound, lights and
gloss perfect. Bargqin tronsporta-
tion at $200. Owndt -wil finance
for reliable buyer if necessary.
Phone Panama 3-1358 afternoons,
evenings. or Brown, Panama '2-
0740 business hours.


FOR SALE.-Last chance. $650.00.
INI&ISALE:--Kenmore washing ma- 1951 MG. Good condition. Phone
S .chine, 25 cycle. 2 yrs. old. excel- Balboo 2-1992.
ent condition, S8C 00. Tel. 2- SACRIFICE, leaving country, Koizer
575, 6333-A, Corozol. 1951 De Luxe Sedan $800.00. Call
Hellwig 6192, 4 to 6 p. m.
S E--Blond m.. gan table FOR SALE -1940 Cherolet 1 -'2
S54 $40.00 QM table 4 00 I ton truck. 4 estrB wheels oand tires.
15.00i Q M. buffet $1000. Mechinically good. Van body needs:
SRvers 37 x 30 $25.00.5 reports, $100.00. Call Bolboa
.. desk $1000. Balboa 3101. --_ ... .-
-- --' FGR SALE.-1947 2 Door Chrysler
"w' 'Seon. New tires, radio House 3126
... W ANTED Monte Oscuro, Rio Abalo.
S FOR SALE.-Lote '47 Super 4-door
Mi.,eliinemi*s ,-sedan, in very good condition thru-
:'j 76 ye-rs old with capi,,taln out.-ould be good- in tax service or
A pnd $10.000, would like to e for private use. 0595-B Boyano St.
q1uocioted and work in established Ancon 2-371"2.
itIss in interior or Panama !FOR SALE:-1952 Singer. Good con-
Mail written offers to Box' edition. No reasonable offer refused.
tncon. L Z. must sell immediately. Phone 5197.
o COUNTR Wit -- I House 575-H, Curundu Heights.
.yer and %ides. in good condition FOR SALE
so Co., 79 B A.enue F OR S LE
itlplcor requires one bed-, Motorvccles
Apt. in El Panama
vilA. Hotel FOR SALE.-Indian scout motorbike.
-reconditioned. Cpn be licensed in
r dZone by 16 year old. Make offer.
IE C73-A New Cristobol, phone 3-
ute
'-A -Tren eaaIt
.StlE'-t,ots in.Parque Letevre, ; 1 IIon IfP I
S600 meters., fruit treer.
t street. Phone 3-2407.' Y .
ALE.--. Frm with hou0t Nea
A t ---Frwith huse, d PHILADELPHIA (UP) An in-
I ,, ...Mairt I Iatond, teroationedlly known oriminologist
tir.Tes. telephone 3-00. reoodmmeds a tougher polley
against "juvenilefirst offenders to.
f j "" 1 wentu get the ide they tan
A'get." aiwy with soimethi ,
r S The ecclmminationd tl c IN
frOn Pm br. Tborlte g p
'. .... man' of a e ts Ioe ytl astment
the University' *of a nylvla i,
a--. -. .- who -A said teoo y younI ofdes
bus'Mml Orchid Sfoci- are receiving "s e c 0 n c-haeaw
b.but. -t., first exhibit SeUi. claimed too many judgn

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edet-,-tr operaOto. an re saftisled to deliver a lee-
teiOl.-TWB Armed FPo0ten t d.4fl 3fe ygnnter3
lee Center, will remA; fg. '
eoaowing Monday. -
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o4tph of miniature or-
of. Ptramrn. rne no ami-
bht L rmn,**';vl-' "lass
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from seei to 'hi1 bloom-
mUt. It iq expec-i-l that R
r exhintitior' w'il be. sept.
bhe 8+ates lor the Orchid

al invitations to attfud
itd exhibition have kle:n
to Clov. and Mrs..oX
4. lt. Go%. and Mrt.a
.s.n. Ambaaadorj md

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v.hich would -IW mb stlfed by tht
f.'.cia of the case so the law co
i"set timn-stra ight- -----
"If he gets the idea he can get
.avay' wi somieTlng'The s'ery'
.likcEi to try again,'.' he alded. "To
many judges are versed in law,
but not in people."
The -criminologist suggested an
iron fi-:t instead ol .a.velvet glove
pe, %ruld set the patuern" for. t$e
'yjunti offender's atutude toward
crime.


SToday's ear thief, v ndal dr
fruant may be tomorrow's gun-
ment has ay .value in c.scjur-
*gig crime, it is beNquse te
Wduld be criminal knows that" te
punishment is certain to follow." '


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Phoupb Ocnmlse cottagsm M fnto
Clero, fm 435, Balboa Phon
I- m .TCr.toa l -1673.
Gro So'laOra Beach cottage ,
aeid( H0lntlon, s ,tove.
mIdM f Phone 6.441 qr


F tREiNT
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TO BE Rtfb.-Modern furnished
chalet. Two bedrooms, garage. For
further Information. 'Coll 3-582!,
FOR RENT:-2 well furnished small
bunfglaowl, reasonable price, for
American retired men. 2199 Via
.Espan. Across from Mercodo ba-
Sturrc. ,
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FOR ,RENT:-Furnished chalet, two
bedrooms. Miguel A. Paredes St..
No. 26: Golf Heights. 3-3605.-


FOR RENT-Modern Chalet, furnish-
ad or unfurnished in "El Congre-
to," 3 bedrooms, 2 bothroorps. No
So La Salle street. Telephone 3-
4729.
FOR RENT:--.Mpdern 4-bedroom res-
idence with all conveniences in
good residential area. Hot water
service. Moderate rental. Call 3-
5177 or inquire at No. 2034 Via
Espafo Road.


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FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION & t. Just built modern
furnished apartment, one, t w c
bedrooms, hot; cold water. Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941,
FOR RENT:-Modern two bedroom
apartment, .51st Street No. 42,
Apt. 2. Rent $100.00 monthly. For
details ooll Zubieto. Phone 3-3336.
or 3-1802.
FOR RENT:-Spacious apartment;
mnddh#r, 2 bedr6rns,.- furnir"so
I nspecterd, parkn'spsce for oreq
very cool. $100.00. No. 58. 43rd
street.
FOR- RENT:-Furnished apartment.
One bedroom. Phone 3-3237,
Panama,
fOR RENT:-New furnished apart-
ment, all utilities, residential area,
street entrance. Private gardens.
8071 eighth street, New Cristobol.
SPhones Colon 261 -L, 955-J or 91.
FOR RENT:-New one-bedroom fur.
nished oportment. Good location,
$75.00. Tel. 3-2628.
FOR RENT:-Furnished or unfumrnish-
one bedroom modern apartment,
garage. 168. Via blisario Parr.a
FOR RENT-One end two-bedroom
apartments; hct \miter service. Also
ideal office location in Deveoux
building facing Hotel El Panoma,
Call -3-5.177 or inquire at No,.
2034 Sabonas Road.
FOR RENT--2 bedroom aportmArt,"
furnished, Bella Vista. $85.00.
Telephone 3-1648
FOR RENT: Apartment, spaclousr
4 furnished. 2 bedroom. 2 both room
apartment in best residential district
Large diningroom, ILvingroom, porch.
Sample, cedar lined, closed space,
A$t50.00 monthly. Calle 48 No. 27
Blla Vista.

Help Wanted
|vANT-1CE UpiB xcook-bwsakfgi
kr male or female. Apply Tel. 3-
.1774.







Federal Employes Veterans An&
Ptamna Canal Zone Post No. 10
The regular monthly meeting
of P.E.V.A. Post No. 10 will be
'-eld on the second floor of the
Diablo Clubhouse on Monday
evening, March 8, at 7.
National an4 local -Items of in-
terest to all veterans in all gov-
ernment ad-ncleE in the Canal
Zone and Panama will be pre-
sqnted at the meeting.
'All veterans in the Canal Zone
mand Panama are invited.


FOR SALE--In 25 cycle area will
sell 60 cycle New De l&.e model
Kenmore automatic washer Iwith
suds saverl used only 6 months.
Inght laundry, perfect condition.
$225.00. Phone 87-371, Ft. Davis.
FOR SALE- -Radio parts bid equip-
ment, Vibraphone, Kodak ,medalist,
hearing aid, "mfcltllnos f tips?
Garage 761-X-l, Bornebey- St. 6
p. m to 9 p. m, Every night. Tel.
2-1628. .. .
FOR SALE:-Baby bed with mattress,
$10,00. Phone 83-5242.
BID: The Navy Exchange at U. 5.
Naval Station, Coco Solo, C. Z.,
has a barber chair for sale. ids,
will be accepted until 10 March
1954.
CUTEST THINGS IN TOWN
are the tiny, toy fox terrier-puppies
I have for sale. Also offering two
male non-pedigreed pups prrced to
cover co&t of worming.
8 miles out Trans. Highway to. sign
FAITH FOSTER'S HILLTOP KIINEIS.
SACRIFICE. leaving country, Koiser

FOR RENT

OR RENT: Furnished room all
conveniences. Amen.ican Qupl.,^r
chHdren. Coll Poiama Tel. 3-5441.


Scout News

'TO Wind U'" .
Celebratie r .-eek -.- -
t week the International
Spouts of the Canal Zone
Tce rbrted tutir "'Week" whi'n
started last Sunday and ended
vester ay.
Os -uesday. DHmemaking Day.
troops:l, 3, and 16 of the St. Vbi-
cent8.Church In Rainbow City
.ntqtained their parents with a
nounh and cookit party.
The zefrthment- were prepar-'
4 -tj Jay, the. Girl. Scouts .uod0 tre
'upervision of Senior Secoal
Class-. Scout NoMim. Miller uf
Trooa 1. Person!, attending we.p
Leaders Mr.s. Christiana Jean-
malrte, Mrs. flos, Spence. Mr.
Elena Greames: Troop Commit-
tee-inembers Mr -Emburt Ander-
t'on.,Mrs. Leoni s Downer, Mrs,
Hilda McLean, Mrs. M. M Far4
lane, Mrs. E Ancdeson and Fa,
Sheer Daiel Renaldo C.M.; Troo
CAmmlttee' Chairman Mrs. Vioit'
Millr,- Atlantic District Qhaar-
-at'MC t-eaMe ,1 'G.ESrnd th.
followin-g pnentE Mrs. Elouiso
utudlev Mrs HaRcl Hardley, Mi M.
Rosalyn Suarez. Mrs. Imojea:r
Christopher. Mrs. Ida Perkins,
Mrs. Roe Coote. Mrs. 'Alice
Uharles, Mrs. Herma Bowt4
Mrs. Violet Ward. Mrs. C. Q.
Ua0egmond,.4Aaflat igleraBs.
On Wed'esday, Citizenshlij
Dayv lMr-s. 'Charld Wh I ttaker.
vife 09e the American Vice-con.
suTiT Cold and niember of the
.Amerecan Girl Scout Councal
sve an. intertew ta k to the,
Atlantic Sidc Olri Scouts and]
Leader on beitl food citizens ct]
their country and also offered
nracttfal- suggestions for earn-
inla badges,
The Girl Scoats of Rainbow,
iCty had. a, brief flag-raiulhig
ceremony on the school grounds.
On Thursday, kalth and Safe-
ty Day Dr. Aurello Lopez. head
If Lthe SodlaJ Security Office in
rolon spoke to the Girl Scou:s
on ways of keeping in good
health. Sarta Cruz Browtue
3 ta Seprved as safety patrol,
S #aid directed the school
,In n rossinR the streets.
P ri of Paralo had a bake,
Itori nuwday and will ha ve
4dlnB o tf the handleraft
a-.ve done during the
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AENTS OROUR OFFICES IN 57 "N' i S
Agmaela InteamaIL te Puhlieaeioeau ^tAi tIAO WW
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MISCELLANEOUS
LADIES. Hovet cblor shampoo, it
brightens fTaid',rPir and blends-n
the grey ones. Cristobal Clubhouse
Beauty Shop.. Phone 3-16 .4.Mrs.
Esther Lorehzo, Marfl.'- *

FOR SALE
MuscellanMbu
FOR SALEi-Alr conditioning unit,
"Philco" 2 Qf V: 60.-ycle, 4
capacity. Usetione. Gu, -
antee. "Lo Pa*bIl"- N Ceri:fkl
Avenue Ttlh i, ".
FOR SALE:-H aatits
IronsOitter. compet.-
Ino VFO, power uni ,*Erysita mie.
Like new. $27p value, for $175.
Phone Quarry Heights 3292.
FOR SALE-Size 12 maternity clothes
including shorts. Excellent condition.
Cheap. Phone 2-3453.
FOR SALE:-Registered Cocker Span-
iel puppy, black, fermle. Phone


Mrs. Morio Reid
Receives Degree
At University
E.Mrs Maria Ather Reid r'-
celVed her degre oft Professor c.I
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The Rset Powerful and
Spectacular Ply-KUer Yet,
Exterminates DDT, Chierdane
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GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
179 Ceitral Ave Tel. 3-4140




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25 Cide Refrigerators
Westinghouse, porcelain In &
out. 5, 7, 9 eu. t4 1 year
ruareant. Uasy Tuanta. See
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LTDA. Sth St." OenSai Ave,
"Rex Theat,. Oolona.


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MoiTtdan meals 'alW
mark' is in eggplant casserole,
Unkinli style.
T't essgeole Is amdo of layers
of.bread crumbs and grated cheese
between stewed eggplant. Bread
crumbs are sprinkled over the top
. tite whole is tpped by grated
t, a pcel i *,slow even
Morrisln laughingly admits
that the lagging guest is a difficult
inblbi-for ,y hostess.


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(1205-1315 Calories) (3500 CalorUa)


V cup orange julce
2 Doacned eggs
1 thin slice toat
Coffee

1 cup kim milk.


Breakfast
1 cup orane lui .-
% 4,C oatmel, mlk trd suir
2 poached- egsa
'2 sles toabt; utter-' scant
Coffee with cre-am nBaugt
aback
1 cup whole milk


1 cup vegetable soup 1 cup vegetable s6p '
'2 CUDp cottage cheese on cup cottage cheese on egacole
escarole, with radishes, with.andistg to .uca- der
cucumber stick and isUckSt tomato slices andi
2 slices tomato blue cheese' ressinu
3 crisp rye crackers Hot soft-roN ai d bttWer
L cuo water-pack blue- Blueberries an a' a".rVa
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WanRed a a suit and should bi
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flm' e m:' :1.
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'tarhea, to a last minute diner
four.
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ce dinner is. th well.stocked
try," she aid. Such an on-the r
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served wi't fried chicken and
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id esettlal e ti is pla7r tome tian the ptobei aVd.
our meaQs. Or J. a rotuttr w erwTl'eo Iti. .f.
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our soiue tUi, have-td be and twe dIeNleid W Mt'._"- ,
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Se- on d ... 9 Orin ar w ith a u
B u t % V1. a P M a r c h l e f t-
hisl But wr sidom. dtay lai B
about himself are word sedom -day Ie'-*6 8e
utt.d.- olamIm untoabs un '"roadway plays


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During tho weekof sod work
BillRhas.to g befpstualyat
araeter p.rt f t30 every g .igot h

.. .* It neat1 Imne," .
he -stge in 128 to ed "butI ma do t."
uth Catterton atd during tw tw eks off, does
says: "Pictures to- the life of Bendix improve?
S"ftereisting( than "Ha;" satI BI. "Y'o know what
s. Compare the lists I do then? I jut collapse, and
*ttractlonw sleep. Two 'eein of fiothig but
coapbg and leeping."es "
0 Ha yure d," sides
Sthunmbs flwi e studio anyway, Ie wQrks.
Semdt -"W- -"No more,' said i I. "Next
'* i time, nothing but sleep."
Se "it r "I'vet heard that. before, satI.
so", t too tas t "Ths time m ean it,"1said BiRl.
ff As you can see," this i one of
.lni0ag Hollywood's happiest couples, de-
site i's delight in as old joke.
a yekn to wHe tela everyone that he atid s
diets pro's oriental made a pct, when Ihey were first-
-m e utp So ma [. e' Bi said; dasi" t
"quit- t e r,nothBingibfu dtcadal a ,
*n *"that I'd nm.ke al the big *d.i-
SWAM "t sinai rnddshe could take' all the
cale ag small decisions. Only trouble in. in
c on me sel Ve 'S e haVenft 'ad any big
i oter who decisions yet."
Of a Groucho M ar x admires the
b u ada t abilotyof Mbirottes, rpo.
He es the be.t adjitted ma.n la
f the world," 'Goco :says. a
i-H l'w ofl d comes, heftibe; ridinas houses
le 1 he's never doMe anything in
e Ais ye but ride houses."


.- :W.. .ap t- r'-' :' .i "

Shi br olin and .
some iv"t d'Jhnkfl 'w'tbthink her 'l
make-bePeve was ftfiy at all. But een remove front te list of pic-
when John arrived and Mareoeta tares slated for Danmy Thomas at
told im about the pick-op trick WaseroW t
arrival and her Chata get-up; b s '.',
howl of laughter rattled the glass- And Danny's singing. 'Happy
es on the l Days" aeibq thev hbea thin,.
I. "I wasn't the one who made the
He rushed away to bring back decision he told me, happily.
girl friend Pilar Palette and, with "The studio decided it. Confiden-
deadly seriousness, said,. Hone'y, dally, it's bad for somebody HIke
I'd liM-vou .to. t (Chat01t! e to do a story previously doas
Pilar turned pare,. murmured. a by an immortal entertainer. .I
frighbtne.d '.Ieio". *nd feo the rest found that out when. I -did 'The
of tbe f uto#g eouldtt kAepher Jazz Singer.'"


eyes off Marcoreta. sne itought
it was really Chata until Wayne
let her in on the gag next day.
In the tradition of other mati-
nee idols who carved out second
careers, for t'eascivez am charac-
ter stqgs, FrederId March Itletting
the ads- of Rober Wagner' age
worry about their best sides."
'Aectuaim..Utme' as tranmwin,"
he to 1 e e t. "'The
Brd egIe w at Psrmount.
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%t4ara Henry w ader Uord Nitla
and John Hodtak: shared '-about
Uy in thie: erdfss. 'ealds w
qed suerb% artWttsM, < N
io .iln ra.

nasterl, endona Matte;m-
Tiapt was called geat.' :

qund eorner most of the prices
M year. It'll bi around a log
tiue.


roadway's going soft The 'Mo-
oceo a legitimate theater, is in
stealing divans in plage of regular
eats in its first seven rows. This
*mafh' it the second t ar so
Tupped.. They're two-septqrs. like
i sets. .


prje for a couple of hourk,p#e of
a ove seat. '
put only one row bcke,- the re-
ular, hard seats go Ior.U4. Bso
is .the difference between sofa and
jtufer.

Bonds In Wrong
Auto, Right Hands
CHICKASHA, Okla. (U.P.) An
Asadarko, Okla., womap got _a
$3;W thank-you note- from a Kan-
ssA woman after a mixup. ip auto
mobiles. .


ris. Frank MfnIgu ofAnsadkrko
fould a packet of SS,00 maured
bdads on her car seat. Confused
add a little worried" he. Idt the
pctket with police before returning
to Anadarko. ,
minutes later the Kaosa wdman,
Mrs. Gertrude' Wdte e'ahl into
police headuAra to' ':epert the
loss. She had dropped the bonds
into a car that looked like hers.-
but wasn't,
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GRAHAME ROMQ, -Ja
"PRISONERS OF THE "
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, NEW YCflf%.A"il y ,
pearance in' hrt public ae.'-
!ce film hau xtmoudd" now vil-
ftj ta -ftr M-Vear-rit Mrs. Vertne
M E Stuart of civQeo. .'.- "
.~f I~p in ai tftmt when mt;^
THK
4 tifrt. oal ffetgatoht
Iwaaaw "atW ifort .k'at her de-jE

M T Company 95 Chlcqo in a sho
:Jl at the Ranm I^ n sd t"aipqust

fm film cal,- Amertea% Untsatd
t'tAsset,," produced 'tp the -ireth -
cient' Coemm4ttea on Employ.
H" meant t of the Phyeically NAn-
capped.


ol T o Old:J M"s. Vernle Stuart of Chicago ap
NOT TOO, O pears in the ilmm "America'Js Unap-
.ped Asse." Abois the picture are President Elsenhower sand
John D. MaeArthurof the. Bankers Life and Casualty Conm-
pany of Chicago. The Aim hows how she handicapped and
older folk can intereamse our industrial capacity.


Filmrown


Shoptalk

By GENE D SYMONDS.
TOKYO (UP)- An unklased .Tp-
,anese beat said today she would
like to go 4*Atwo8t and
give the boys a' second ehaace.
Lamenting th fct that she had
hot been kisstd arin h Iter three
month stay In the glamour capsial
et the. werI-.either on the screen
qr off-was long-legged Kioil to
.ho placed third in las .yCar'S
"Miss Universe" contest.
The Tokyo fashion model played
bit parts in two Universal-Itmer-
national pictures as'a reward for
OWing the third most beautiful


omapn in the world.
l atWYely, however, .nel.theM
was aJapanese girl aI
the ravehafred10 lovely want.
to play.
In the "Yaikee Pasha" she was
a harem girl with the usual dia-
rhanous and interesting costume.
.,th second,."Hawaiian Nighto's
iSe tuws a Hawafian- girl who d d
Shula-hula.
A Sunset Avenue hula expert in
the stylized rhythmic motions of
,e iawaiian love dance.
"I think maybe I give it a Japa-
ese touch." she said.
In neither of the pictures did
stko get a kiss. What's mor,
of-the HoIywootd boys who
took trie -herout tri to kiss her.
"I heard about the-what you
say?-Hollywood wolves," she
said "but I didn't find any.
"' would like to be kissed."
The jinx has followed her back
to Japan in her first picture, -All
of Me," although she does get the
man in the end.
The 31-year-old beauty said she
wanted very much to get back to
Hollywood. She would like to stay
for two or three years studying
English and the American way of
Wife.
American tinn?
d "Ah! Very nice. So easy to get
along with and frank. There is
,nothing between you to stop friend-
man of her .dreams doesn't
have to be Iandsotie just nice


US To Send Largest

Deletion To ilm

Festival In Brazil
BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 27 (UP)
The United States will send the
largest delegation of any of the 15
countries to be rePresented in the
International Film Festival open.
ing here next month,' it was an-
nounced today.
The American group with 21 per-
Lons will be followed by that of
Russia, with 13.


The American visitors will in-
clude MatrY ikford and her hus.
band C ariles '"uIdy" Rogers,.
Jban Fontaine, Jeanette MaeDon-
ald, Corinne CaIvet, la*te Tre-
vor, Ann Miller; Loi Nelson,
Rhonda Fleming, Susan C a b o t,
Sarbara Rush, Kathoeen Hughes,
and cm iderate *like Joseph Cot.
ten- "a very aice guy."
Miss Ito shyly confessed that she
doesn't want t be,a movie queen.
She just wa ts get spmrried and
have 1fi childretI. "


The film llluatrutea t'e valua-
ble services that can be provided
to American business by thV
aged -and oaysically handicap.
oed. It centers en employes of
the Banker., Life .and Casualty
Company ,because thtle organlma-
tion included mo9re than 6"O
handicapped or 61d People a-
moen its workers. Mrs. tuart lf
one of these
Coast to CoasIt showing
She was seen. in this film over
moat of the 306 television sts-
lions in the Jnitu States and ot
numerous sueeial showings ar-
ranged by the President's Com-i
mit.tee .the Veterans' Atmini-
tration and other governmentAl
and: pivate agencies. interested
in rehabilitation.
As a result of !nr performance
in the flm ,-Mr% Stuart was in.-
vlted to lew York to make a ae-
ries of in-ertn s ppearanaes un
nationwide; W programs. She
has already appeared an "Life
Begins at O" -with Geoorganni
'tarhart, Fred- Stein and other
notable' elder' citizens, "Second
Chance?- and "Wonderful City,"
and Wtends on tlh, brink of new.
broader Interestd.
".For 40 years people have been
telling me I am too old' to
'into the mnout40 :ays. HW
Stuart "I jugt -%Att to shot*
.hem you are never too Old forr
anything _'-_MWIW.


Rosita Moreno, Walter Pidgeon,
Rober CumV ins, Fred. MacMuw.
ray, Edward :-. BKblsUon,.Wendell
Corey, Gene .Raymond and Jeffrey
Hunter.
he feval;... Argentina's thst,
p here March 6 and will
=c WMarch Beg the two
dat mgyfine fl41 P
shot lub let' tred IW the nt-..
test Will b'fibwn .in Mar del PId.I
ta, lIvll, seaside resort, 250 miles
*south ofelhere.


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The fin beipgl en.
4e Rochcost apo rastb
a sort of A bunm.nli T
The director bo es to
non-professionate as naturt Sl
tions as po-sible, just- s
they were touring on their
Fred Troller Isa free-laoe
mereial artist, aged 23. .e
Beatrice, an. art studeat a
have been married s10Mby .
year. Thi ir.homne is i.A
The. Marsuhes wae a i
20's and have been m ed-
years. JohnU Is dentt Bd
an office, with his fathe O
ert Marsh, in Kansas Ciy,.
wife is a siero.(
town reputad *air 'nik -'l7
taken up painting.
FIf I -.
It was Betty Marsh who
sponsible for the couple
Cinerama assignment. w
tending a night drama c
the University of Kansasw
when James Petrie, talent:'
for the Rochemout, appeared
in his search for a Ciaerama
pie.
Five of 25 couples interv'
in Kansas City were give*.
tests. The Marshes were'
couple teate d anI.
because John wa te
away from hi4 e


NEW BRITAIN, Co. (
thief took 20W from a
proof drus store. Propritb
ry Z. Karanian sal6 he fprg..
turn on the alarm.
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ON SCREEN:
Joan CRAWFORD
"TOR-H SONG"

"TORCH SONG"


BALBOA THEATER


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ON STAGE :-
8:30 only!
Raymond Gaokdg
American lyr,
tenor.


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TODA -Y
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Sy VM.LAD Colhen GRAY Wr
"14t'i Do It Again," Color SABRE JET" .- Color "KISS M T
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lrgHarit 8:30, 6:15, 1:10
'* JoIan TONTAINE
5. Jack PALANCE
'FLIGHT TO TANGIER"
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What happened" winced Dan.
ny, "It's so tied up with Jolsea
that people wrote to me and com.
plimented me on doing such a nice
job In the life story of Al Jolson.L"
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Add TV'-impwt. on Hollywood:
Four hbu'red acd eighty members
of the Screen Writers Guild are
now steadily employed in TV as
compared to 135 members tolling
at fi -studios" ,
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'Tolleras" and "montulos" will be the order
4the day today at .the Juan Franco race itack
liven a field of the track's best imported four-year-
"f w$ l.match strides in the featured $1,800 one-
dap4-five-sixteenthi Carnival Class.k
por the race shapes up SECOND RAVE
pen event with State 1-Proton.$21, $7, $5.90.
mipago 1 and Valley 2-Bagdad $2,80u, D$0.
epro ble mutuels 3.-Enrueta.$2,40,
s. >upersun .erry Mason First b.opue] (Pregonereo-ro-
a will lsoiave strong ton) n $75.
9 .I1-Don Wlnde lO0, $8, 560.
The othp two scheduled start- 2--Bull Fla 3, $3.40
ecsAlIbelt snd Henry Lee. figure 8-Riomar $3.80.
tbS rank outsiders. However. One-Two: (Don Wende-Bull
evep these two will have the Flea) $66.
stauech, die-hard "imoonshoot- FOURTH RACE
ers", behind them. 1-Ocean Star $2.80, 32.40, $2.80.
State Barge is fresh from a 2-Vilarreal $3.80, $..80.
thrilling victory over the highly 3-Cosa Linda $2.80.
.ated Lion's Claw over one mile Quiniela: (Ocean Star-Villar-
in the good time of 1:42 2-5 real) $7.40.
while Relampago II dropped a FEl t .AC
ithree-quarter length deciston-to 1_Mon Etol4 .694, $2.80.
IDark Millionaire after ia two- 2-Silver Domnino $5.40, $5.
]'horse battle all the way around -Firenze $3.
;,the oval in a mile and one- I .. .
i eighth route race. Sill have the
V! irgillo Castillo will have -Deyon ($.0
'"eg up on State Barge while Chl ot2-0s $8, 2.40
,:lean Victor Ordonez will pilot 3-Arlaval $3.20.
,,Relampago II. Valley River, a SEVENTH RACE
'proven Class "A" campaigner 1-Welsh Fox $6.40, $3.20, $2.20.
- which hasn't been doing much 2-Discovery $3.60. $2.20.
':lately, will be ridden by Ruberr 3-Toletazo $2.20.
*"'Caliche" Vasquez. Second Double: (Devon Maid-
1 Scythia (Luis Giraldo). Super- en-Welsh Fox) $20.20.
sun (Aurello Mena) and Merry EIGHTH RAC
t Mason (Bias Aguirre) rate only I--Inheritor$,, VIM0. $2.60,
;An outside chance but either of 2-Wild Justice $8.40, $8.20.
I'them could upset the favorites. 3-In Time $2.80.
; lenry Lee (Vincent Brown) and Quinlela: (Inheritor-Wild Jus-
*Albelt (Juan Antonio Qongoral utie) $130.0..
iave done nothing to recom- ,
j'nend them. NINTH RACEf
.- Ai added attraction in-today's 1-Pincel $124.40: $36.60. $14.40.
program will be the reappear- 2-Legal Frolic $17.20; $9.40.
Stance of unbeaten native star Ri- 3-Lady Martha $6.
;,uil. The little three-year-old bay o: (Pinee-Legal Fro-
l. S seeing his 18th conse- TENm RACE
.if ltory. Rflul. whiA will 1-bark tilloiIre $3.40, $2.20A
lOen by Bias Agure, as 2-Follow Me $2.60.
against a tough field EEVET RAC ",
.r t mpamrted thorough- 1-Granero $7.80, $3.40, '2.40.
reds in the tenth race. 2-Pebetero $4.20. $2.20.
-Dark M onaire 3-Chic's Ned $2.20.
l reflwr day Dark Miltonaire --
up t expectations in the
$w 75"rfal., a- 'B" seven- T,, T,
long dadh and raced to a two- Eas1 ly
h victory over Follow Me 1I -I ul1 IV i l
Jaqulmas.
Follow Me II broke on top and
a closely pursued by Dark Mil-
ofMsor ofCops Fla ingo.
ar ltt drew algside -
3pmos-y "rn l MIAMI..V, F 2 P7f '
C Ijkrrmen avarro' de Aro- To, one- of the inter Vroif,-
a Bi 's five-yearh-old Englah- verites for th.KenttA l9 Detby,,
rio gse gradually drew 'out made his 1954 debut a success-
taking command until he ful one as. he raced to a easy
w? lengths a- three-and-one-half length vic-
barely tory in the one-mile-and-onh-
be eighth 410 30% Fleugngofistk-
p ark h
lien eg, the on-
.ars i th rac. The ri,. -bred-n oD nK al
lept, Charge turned t-dlt in
nar6 tur the 1:49 /5 under the ta. nce


'.to t $124.40 per win du- two weeks ago, third one-and-
by Pincel in the ninth one-half lengths back of Black
Metal.
61 coupled with Legal
,another outsider, pro- Victory was worthy $96,400 to
a one-two combluation the winner, He has now earned
,pald off to the tune of a total of $280,032 which is
"er win ticket. This Is slightly .more than Hasty Road
biggest payoff at Juan has to his credit. Many were of
o* thus far this year. the opinion that Hasty Road is
,prentice rider Juan Antonio a better horse than Turn-To.
ra was the day's saddle fasty Road finished a poor
l- th thrie victories-aboard fifth today.
[MOtas Pregonero and Don
and mutuels choice Mon Turn-To was one of the fa-
i .s Colqmbian Luis Giraldo vorites. He returned $4, $2.90
X0mre110 with two triu- and $2.60. Black Metal pcld $6.-
SW-~Inheritr and Dark Mil- 60 and $4.29 and Mflalah
.e -.. $3.10 Nine hf 'ptrtklpin I
Sdivdendc the race. '- .
6onero 9 Si ,60, -Laat year.~.Turn-Tb. fu the
_fru $1t .. t. -Sta Fututliy. the
.N..-. :- heat horse e ever n.
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8th Race "I" Imported 6% F Purse: 3500 Pool clOeM

. 1-Mimo V. Brown 10S~-Haa chance here
2-Hyper Guard G. San. 112 -Poor effort last
3-Paris Midi F. Hidal. 110 -Unpredictable
tSA?-Ro1ct ., rd.*01 10x-Jo0key should help
-Ba- -Rta .Rose 115t -Has beaten better
S6-InteriudS t, ngo. 10x-Nothing to indicate
7-Apretado niap. 110 -Begging retirement
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2-Merry Maso
3-Henry Lee
4.-V. River
5-Albeit
6-Scythia
7-8upersun
8-,Relampago

10th Race "F"
'1-My Dear
2*-1urft Lodge
3-P. P.rl
4-C. de Gato
6-Riqui
6-Bolo Joan
7-Verticordia


arptlal Classi" 1 5/16 Miles. Purse: $1.500
I Pool clwsis: 5:15
S, V. Castl. 110 --In excellent condition
>n B. Agul. 110 -Will force early pace
V. Brown 102 -Could spri surprise
R. Vas. 124.-Distance'to likmn
J. Gongo. 100 -,-Desn't belong here
L. Giral. 116 --Nt in best form
A. Mena 112 -8hould go route well
II V. Ordo. 120 -.Th. horsrto beat

Imported 7 Fgs.Parse: $SM000 Pool close
V. Castl. 110 -Top contender
L. Olral. 115 -Could score again
R. Vas. 110 -Must be reckoned with
V. Ordo. 118 -&WIl ..jgbt it out
B. Agul. 112 -S-ef 16th straight
S. Carva. 100x-ot agaitt these
A. Gonza. 103x --RoundnR into shape


llth Race "D" Imported 7 FP.Pure: e$0.W* PooL closes
1-Regal Chum F. Hidal. 110 -Improvin steadily
2-Kiosco .A. Vas. 115 -Dkbnersw co-teSder
3-Vampiresa A. Gonza. 97x--M1r go lower
4-Hurlecano 100x-N toed taqslh
5-Llon's Claw B. Agul. 118 -.-Cat r-ect

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P.P. Hone Jockey Wt C T O At B o
lt Race "D" Native tWfltose: 3 100. Pool clmes: 12.:45
Firt R t eo dtheo I TD .u n
1-Don orau A. Mena 108 -In thick or it 44 IW U L i
2- Danel A. onza. 102x-ot good .eo u
3-Amazona J. Chuna 100 -L-jght weight fAvors 4 '
4-Kontiki C. Jhonson 115x-Returns from I ff 01 pACIC TWILI T LEAG
5-Mufieco 0. Sanchez 110 -Racing to to op fr -5-1. : STA I "
6-G. Bound J. ongo. 105x-Seems horse to beat 2-1 -', .
7-(Fillon R. L. Oil 115 -Back In bAtt form 3-l HW ihb, ...... 3 1 .7-
8-(Don Jalme F. Hidal. 104 -Needs muddy track 3-1 Anmew Lpg1on .. 3 .1 9
0o-.-- ,,w skey 2 2 ,500,.
Luc .ttrlke......0 4 .000
2nd Race.i"B&C" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: 3850.00 lPo61sel :, 1115
Second Rade of the Double o'fr thtr half, all the scores
1-G. Wonder R. Vas. 114 -Distance in favor 2-1 iL3 aen e4 eTtaj.sda
2-Okinagua J. Gongo. 102x-Returns from layoff 10-1 willnr e,, Pih Isor Am os-'"
3-Valaria J. Chuna 116 -Failed with Agulrre 10-1 Ican LeIon struck oat 15 of
4-Yoatkito B. Agul. 115 -Great effort last CeVe Ralboafig#h SchoQI`s btte#n 'gap
5-Biscaya R. L. Gil 110 -Depends on start 3-1 gave p oly three. h UtB ta

3rd Race "H" Natfre 6% Fas. : I, op close 1: 45 tSalbftHIBO fga p
ONE2... "only four hits,. biut three ua.
1-L Molly R. Vas. 114 e hefr 1. arned un were tii downfall
2--Pedestal E. Camp. 106xt ttous -. *I' of port hurt
3-Plel Canela J. Phil. 114. conl 8" "
4-Romantico V. Casti. 148 Swer 21' ,A:;- a'n2 school never
5-Con Valor II A. Vs. 114" contetr 31 threaten to oore and every ; .
6-Golden Glass -J. Gongo. 97speedt 4-i layer str*ut' at JeatOnce, WINNNG live straight gm<
7--OkRland H.L. Oil 107 filly ..-IA --" oW game
7Okand R. L. G 107 y 3-1 Amerteade their :leand .the league. It In coached by
first two runs In the third. Lorm- Iev4Azorml softball star. Dave R
4th Race "H" Native 6, Fctrine: 2tS.00 Propl elow: 2;:0 bans doubled. Pretty was safe McBride, D. Zapp, Lewis, Bowe
QUIrNeLA on an errr, Tstolde1ond and on fnerM, Uebm4n and M.' Johnson. B
-S ua V 10 -W i oa arn error- h try M t stop him toshfi. ,nrvey, J. Eberent, L. Andim
1-Coran V. Brown 10Bx-Hclf-mile speclalst -1 from reaching g 9cond Lombara Roger Williams. Dave Raymond'and
2-S. Velluda A. Valdl. 117 -Wo a~tt t odds 15-1 went .iome and Pretto went to
3-Bijagual J. Phil. 113 --Zetythlne Inriates lIvea third. A wild piteh itlowed him
4--Juan Huincho 105x--._ it disappointment 2-1 to.score.
5-Consentida F. Ramos 120 -- pay fat prce .1 .In the fourth'ey picked up
6-Marfil J. Reyes 120 .4s ;won here before -1 one more run. Flynn singled,
'Ce.a-Rios10fa tRowlev flew out, Volz was sale .F si -
on an error. WUIt b second on. h i
5th Race "A" Native 7 Fgrws : $275.00 Pool eloeui :55 an error and -t a fielders
5th Race "Al Native 7 Fc.'::"1375.B FPool cl .55 anchoice,r othen catcher dropped the i -
1-Petite F. Rose 110 "- never better 19-1 ball and Flynn saeord, Pretto, by
2-Sixaola J. Chuna li2'j-4 X0r card ..4-1 pitchingR a shutout won a free .
3--tarilu L. Giral. 1% a--- st h^dleapff 4-1 Italian dinner-9t the Atlas. T e... ..
4--Goldeh Fan J. Gongo. 1lx,--Sr t ous effort here 8-1 They sure are handing them -
5-Rlna Rol F. Hidal. 110 -Baok in best form 2- out. ""
6-M. Goddess R. L. Gil 105,-In winning form also 3-: SCORE B33S f G HE s By FLAC
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Balboa High 000 000, ---0 3 6 f n't cat, another fish-th
jth Race "Special". 3.year-oldsPurse: $450.00 Pool closes: 3:35 American L 0 100 --- 4 1 r 1etr .t b
4% Furbn First Race of the Double Toda's egaie Lucky, Strike it b I hat.e et-r11is n t m bd fish
,1-Donny. oy AL-1d. i --Fractious hts chance 30 ;s. Balboa Hihy W.i t same tlwouith.ln mind fit
-Do.ny Uly di. 5 -Fractious has chance 30-1 Womack Whiskey vs. American p of mtlast Atonth's
;--Dixiprtc ess t.gul. m 2 -Improving steadily Even: Leilon. tIr- bgIty ?,S in loaf
-A. Fu r F. $dal. 11 -Has shown nothing 30-1 Lcky Strike and Balboa High ertt' ftsh, Conr
4--Dark nset A.'Vas. 112 -Impressive debutant 8-1 will be the flrt contenders th: a th.fish. Co
5--Valley Star A. Phil. 112 -Must Improve more 8-1 afternoon. Lay Strike Is still O the o y and re
6-Westow V. Ordo. 115 -In fight to finish Even .wt to win their first r me in
Sthi half, but Ialbot -Hlh School o -
certainly wants to win this haf the .'11
7th Race "E" Imported 7 Fp.Purse: $5S0.00 Pool closes: 4:05 and the only Way they can dof s8A
Second Race of the .Double that s to -y -fi lae. cd o
1-Plropo II B. Agul. 115 --Brilliant effort last Pbable ar are Web -bandoveref
* 2-Red Ebdr J. Gongo. 02x--utiddenlv gOne stale 10-1 eamne sor. Lutky Strike and -reef f
3-Patriotica A. Vas. 113 -"Post-to-post" chance 3.1 I.ouls Charles for Balboa High "--t.,t g.
4-Hartley Lass L. Giral. 115 -BaCk In rhape 3-1 School. tting
5-Q-uo Vadis J. Cado. 106 --Could pull surprise 10-1 The second game also im- Ait : the tim
6--(Sedur V. Casti. 120 -Losing tough oftea 2-1 rortant. As -a matter of fact, verjy way bt
7-(Carmnela II F. Hidal. 100- -Will help set oatse f% % oZIrS& 7A .1 .f
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By CONRADO

-1-.Golden Bound 70on
Fis -Yoito Golden WInder
ls hi3-onk d <3a Val I
-- ." --tPeiwt Motpin. fGoen
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7- dur K aa
is dry season it, will still be U-Ba-by 'Roserea
tt In those same words but aby re
termansafter fisherman has U-mS ahun R6 aipmPn o II
fishing. 10-RiUti CCar d oGato
led to the brim. The fellows -L-.u's Claw Hioece
casing, trollinglor spinning
rbint up to 24 pounds have ..,
id snapper are st l all over -:- .
I I.1
apent last week-end at Pa-
out4 flounder oa a astnng .'
abeitn WVth SWi's help
[0 red apper. Thf didn't f d.
ih. It sounds like a trip. out
he amberjack at Gallero and
me with the ice ket-last week end andHaiag-


tack )rfirst see; buto- u ts nd arxerIA-uVas know it thbIs true 'this' year.
.t*ck W skey is far from out I u -s iers.orbf----
4-1. t#- race as they have a two o t Marty levee to tell tou about his th of fcorbin
2-1 and two record. otratee thatMartyohadto st se force '
3-I A for thea and a lossy o sthe other day. It sees tshain outboard boat was. riding
4-1 aiboa HlaHh School would tie il ., h figa a e oa wa
-10- a it. Ifs th u. Atowbeay hyo-. them in.Bon., that's fishing when you can almost swamp I
10-1 "?00k-at ft. itis gofng to be a hot t, 3; munl it with fl *0rbin ." I II I
10-1 Arnoon. li It with "orba aw uit sending the
-'Th ews. inhleoriahv .. 4
_P'bable starters for AmericSan -'The feo.In lptorla haycwhmleeor at least until it slows
&'io1D re 'WIll Pretto (6-21 21d .fI dop 'up that way o awhile none of thea u an s et.-
AddSd CoShe (1r1, toa Womack l up a o. ss myt nd none of them rtn get .. -
Ney. Don-t Ielggt Your baile1s a'.troI wp* to make the t and brother are they "hurbUt." m':
go- ame Coming up se fish and they qo it flet a lne. Fe1el. orrY for them bu t.
5-1 oun M a.r, on pe atop fl g except When the bass says, "back to
31-1 __to r..therM4
215-1 .l ithe .1 clubs are. gohtihiead and planning for the 1954
60.4 ",.t_ Aionel Sailfish, tournament. Looks at this me e we
e League have a good chance of IavliY the tournament.
3-2 Tke Pn& Rod ., g IC ,b &-Bailf ish Tou r.ame't.
3-*1 w -FORCES LI TTLI Cortheiri apei0 Internatt Maln eSral fish r T a .
LEAGUE run from July- 2 toAu t several of- the locl fher-
SECOND HALF STANDINGS d au v. dOlared that Ill those nic4 troplfies are not going to
5:40 5: Won Lost Pet ,b ,ta-meL to the Stat S "this eyea); in fa c atc"me" e on
s0 6: of- tthnde .....t..i we darln a4 alla ot to.do is cath .a bi
3- Port. e ... .. 3 1 0 ugh tto win it. Smnp e, huh. ,
E4-1- y enSan. ..... 2 2 $00 All you tishermn wwan.tD n to i opp the corbini arnd
Even. C!tobbtJn om .... o 3 .000 M better g1t0gtthere. Th.e .war ad t i.
50e1 0ltr .... 3 .000 mthbiyI cause itOA- of any daY. Ilet
50-1 are at the Pearl 7mfads ext .
25-1 Gag...' Idlla ". a -h-ading when this column is fi.nip __ -'- .
at Albrook
Ss- s com at Ourun~idu
8-1 Thursday Games aI
West Bank at Fort Clayton .
10-1 Curumd at Fort Kobbe "
10-1 Carib. Co mand at Albrook ANDON mer-" "
1-2 By EBRANDON
West Dank will atte-1mpt t _
Qave 'Into a second-place AGUE..ADE se mas. t
Mo T %y When they meet -Pot t o e __l'd "P.u_ .4;0 .





a at trb s 25 1 1.. -. 1 ..0 14 .U
bbe In the feature game of -.i Tebig stc "itin for Ab f .W l-t "
S t h day in the Armed J amtes halAtrthbentPnb l1 4.
Imm ea ue. Thursday's big Te Ago be ta I .e .
lague-leading Cu- big.-Pe *'SaIfS' wit- I"
=I d u visting at second.place c.e.fl oj 40 fllo .odY al" as..
For. .KoIbe.".-Wish. .AM JPY.-0"'wi
af race.to its- .. ."-A
uiontwith all the rest o1 th 4 -6lV3ihes, -"1
Ileague entries still tnlbw uo..t. -'lea-f a tehet.,- owSf.8_u-..(Vone.os)
dten league cbtupions jest .ymbnh 04 ow .loss Ifor a.IL
t1e t0 In the first-halt b2,,,9,(AS)
-aged to walkD- f with the -t. 'dt. of th e utherland .P.) dll o.
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PanLiquldo 1
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M iter's Movers 0
YESTJt DAI'S R881
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c Dp' MDAM'S BOY MONDAY'S GAME
The ate&Ri our.U9*eNW6thret, 1heaFireincn's Insuraneo v!. Navy
.ug at o l e tlre trehra v ., ..
uad joalY Dowh) .R.t uml"un l,_-. wu Dob Bower s F-jruen's lIeur-
lee and weighs aloend 160. eIti 4a.0 In the recent Want- uter oMov 'to, ga temfbe. for
.may- E14 de d e Be prd
"Al dsi s sal e oneMdm Mlt a u hmd wichdle is no g0, 5nos Jetiem ,wo pe d i lthe l Fofther' .nap p-d .d
time of anin, toy two. all te 'm __ ing her
Sy.overs yaoeiday to cg as le o proa
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o twohotheertaneooFiremen touc.ed.Fr t
r **:::J ab dthei r y turned to
h .eyheomnydohney for twelve"Ms0ameon t- asg dur
fth We four-hiidute woule srog bedhItgrhioatyoname oa s,.r ... a
SbftoapushO him,"Vwhich isrnot @ai a Piadinnercircuit,6tlt.eby sinesKMa af
*-,All,, we is-so. Go tim W ard after
",All r d. is soult one to push him." which Is not ga Ihss- -fmne pn_, ne
itAle-If o e mae Bs TTrdJones Int heog. 5 of the fulh l T P- and said,
".all lull 'm4Oing here,
Unfcrtunately.we doA.t have mnuny who qualify. Wen Santee r o




s Vnfcrt u n ls 6,p cud ny hola ok.,r Bu ket-
of Kansas U. who holds the American record of 4:02.4,.is barred ..Uilnger,.toeing the. I mganA po k
from sNoter competition by his conference rules. If Barthel and W0l hmen's Insur Usigh as pa- proaske




fromd r1.mls nhor htlslati aalloSoc,3 I 0 0w- s gt er.
Snteae m let on the boards, it will hae to be in Chicago In late only .three basebin a .wasn't 9w ll etious.l As a
March ot the atonale in June. This may or may not come tangled in te bott of he w at Onatenh'd made
about, wl 4 e to e rLuxembourg chemist., -BothnMednginrOWd D othe- egeesqappdhis ovut mre
Vunny about. him, he-doeasn'ts eema interested In records, -o-: W*$toboth poung;ite*L,0 0rothen app outaw'te
-+. p~a i te lolom 4h'h-i'n is ,a w whl -4-. ecoqW.'
thou the four-minute would unoubte i.n tne h m. So fari ~ ..I.a-tnippenn the o m~ i othtim bo






t4-word .r4or _.hesmet:e--th to 7dfes. Bt hi h t md
In a 0 U erted hmf hfonfly: tnlU tol tdhOfle Ir nole otay i o. i an repel tir
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wor- .tDaton; Beac..P pe eit,m lb o, 1 1, Wees hvBtotg
win od unh er whearl A tlt s' w o t bl-R o nfd el2:1.1e' stll n to t-H
butopse ste s. K- a-hth .. cona dc TaI e Gottleb, boss of
Iotp.rom---,C wi--nora i ne. .. bthe I iors. Gottlieb inveh ted a
PeFACE MUST 351TOIB three-cent staImpn ad one evening
IUT h':e box, score: ln'the fell of -0I'1 he was confront-
I eeer#1'fou- ar. 0 I the p oy Pik., .training









Ir era-pa- ..-. d-". ooa a" ,
rmi. the Iiurr woul av to vege 7 g d o s
.as for f oa eig w man, oande he
we.101d, eorl.mt f a IhOr, Wehleerf. -: .e -Wb a ow t la.
"0 inle. an hour, mftt eae the Uh S0 w w nii ear









w--,- -- ey~Fi' ","i was hteashinx ..ateket inches .11,
what's.allm the shootngfr '-Slat to tW -nd-fht W. r i a Tu er 1 2 he wsseht-e it he
would be the gretS .t sine. tha e Itoven$ Its onea-4the pitiful n l 1- a as 1 r eutstit.2ee he
h e 4a'am prttemile come.Thtruetra comblnatiOnus oeJutf' Savor-rg, smae~mnfsh~edthe Is efreaa duatth zior Lae, ii 0"?nar ~doillnY(4 t1a~vleheked'i
j Mlcol p louaned performle Wnrs5 Cac tlarett, 2b8 22 never30gto lea- h.i
A L. n -oA ti' OI growth rleavillng Ohio Stlte.
G blU peratie. The track must be ri Cat, 21.r3h
R'stedt u.t 2b De 1a0.gTrowth 1 onlyaZn33him oState.
kLcoms) jrfedt and Molt important o24 -aeoldfford to go feto train-_r 4 2 2: 1 only played him In spots that
c...a ml ..t wo $hyea'. fir at,4 aon," continues Gottleb,
four-minute Isrunb theoe guhi- and wae o3 beus 0hi hew 'nothing about










e *rl~a.reordatthe smetiher q anide Xd ag: erd
drdthepworldsrecoast daltthad eewel. Defense. But I thifik what made
mu, t be to bridge t-henarrow.gap eu t t MoNefI a wabbee to camp
) .. sappwrs ago. the celebrated Cardinale; I-mien- Kourany, 3., 40 e fot e
..td....a.ooddlal of tmoe strin ot hs 0l 'cYou're l .regular mycenter.
work .st DDot Beach. pIpe fosPr lb O l w
.J r ata bn g l Who els d6 1 have? But it gave
-cnrn-burned whUn x a ivdw, an Robereft 2 1 1 him- confitkce., lie's still no 'fin-
.the ao soan_ kdvimd.I ded ne xoura- 1 1 isbed produot,.and maybe he -
oabout dmyo ,t "dlr' .j Corr",, Sb 1 could be a Qde more aggressive,
aon dr ers, rf i 2 0 but I'd like you to show me"l
;*tri ke the oChem___unterwithmore a mve___.
was earning. .0 a as d
m.ana ., o. .1ym George lke overpowers you.
~~~~~ ~ o --Aj Ing- -. --. .. obnlstW 'ak faes you .He 'shoots
-.before out-1h--b--E c al Totas 24 ifs-.o. hands and he's
science an ueehanioa1- g tad Store by Innings good wit" .. s e '
-. L J[ I '.. .chols. Is pullt ~in 14 y0!1 nb Baxter'sMoe rs owu, *O JoOi-st-e fae yoq-, He, ,,shoots
coaching bshketbafllat OhI Firemen's taut. 051 a two-hanl overhead ,et that
don't j'Wyak ANoutsid.
"" l~~~shoohls. I put-in 14 y .e r$. th /e B--te"- #o Movers.a ,,.0-,00, 002 -,-. -
-'A -" "-"-'" "" .latter .apacity--li atf a N M ad- .A ..... c have.a
izon and ekIhkt. L :~L..e
Took ohdal", Beftto F6_hil-ston
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oqilege.awrt*5y1r WRI te to he sal Anzan
and coaching. I leared cto-a-
structive teaching and how to Fu..._. .Is about doe, but Arizmn
make Bug alo.l +
mat ug~IO j Fort Amanor OMeoftllow1jqg
I have never- unitfW world e-
to-lea game. except on television.
Frirt, it waa teaching that kept
me away from the -log fall show.reams W L Pat.
As a manager. it has bCpis AG No. 1 40.20 .667
ojA and thp IAitelWOflBS- Quarry Ughta. 38 22 .833.:--
,""- AGNo., SO. 3 .567-
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Getting-ha tMY 'W v,0-s No,o1 2 8, 39 W -.
1 started pl&agsE hUEC Sp. Troops 2 34 433
b al at l 2aot 1 ha-#wh t ., .3- o3
wasa= 1.-I,1 O..21 39 .3S-
ther .d~~da q.:+Z
asrt ball, and -so 6tdet ITuesday night saw considera-
called me Smoky..Thystall call. take place tn'the
me Smoky at. Ijort Atador Officers w Bw n
$he fut ball before I got lu n
enough for it to do me any g=1o Quar e
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p. 4.ood host strike therightsknoIe oouteofdst.ba place
-n stn ythin lw e b o; u ft a n t o s cna h e h g ? W
Lecame a first bs m ... .. .
"Black & White "; it On. thbanting eI Z mt AOSNo. Inttom,ws code -'Nu **-
oe"..a- byu keglers for four points. Lt.-Vol.
llm dr of this oto,, uncle.so,, witM.n"- ,h &. 43 wh Capt. J. A. Me-
ye".am long"-s"h/ pl4 to walshigh for the lsers, with
JV Wor u,ljhJj11 t jp TiA AG.Io. 2 .aa'd
eft-of -O bo.p+1.,,- Wait r- (14" "before the .in-.

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Preside Jwetsaoi, we
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WASHINGTON. Feb. 37 'such a constitute d0- would ventually force passage it onreio l action at ahs' a almost
~.Se. oh rike rornis- men'. at tis sas iD of a treaty .:urbing proposal. rMr.Uis ams
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d etoda to renew his battle next T .h re slt e W tr e a)b g a 60 ae men
'ar for a change an the consti- victory for -Pe n whose substitute for the B ri ccan t' atten.
uion pi ine CongreCs stronger shower who hnd a iU amendment failed by onlyone :abu.t ub ot.ind theTVueerce.
rein over the president's powrs Br er's propo U towin the hnecea aryo tw deU31vote :l e e ie n eeas
to m1ckeirtm.mtiOllitreaties. ButtBricke tlb-thirds MarginforSoenatereE ooat u gnte
as. ....gres po l ovheoeiapo amen nle I the
he ipuaited but-uidnUnt- would "'Indeed" rutedtte i o he re will be aveon bihe a1oote
amendment at thg % on stronger amendment before the nC seinuthe usa al 'bL for wome
next ....eero .s e d..Ipred-eSenate"infutureeyears.t.asA ontltUers.Gwmnens


j~p his loll.), om stt after ofloh CongresslnextheOhe in-he ras'e rcises a
dcted aroused Hejad "it wou ld have been as. v" n ." "nti z*"sv
ster to disposeof this matter t hambewasb h sre
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if the Senate had approved hisp o p e oll call vote mille .P,she
agmewb eat milder substitute. Al ena thies tht.f
,eorge's'proposal would hay t-ote an.
preiiented.executiae agreeenh av ndby te tcio la. c."
'have w n by o. tate -.1 tee 111;-"V








negotiated by the Pre'iden"lwltl-Magnusan.tusing an ca n hq-worn'
reign government from bge4 --.ont t devicesto stall toDefense.-
-e lgfro etea tr ty .clerk'rho h p op"isesG as
Iga o dih-fwithout ar to.vvote ay'aekg.-. at-.
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Tons f carofongres&.inmepur-
urh ee nthmndkeen on not.
.t... .- ..g.. .-a-
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precvmi rented meter Mnt
or in gorn from work

n'TIUUL -vSamueMeleely, who nuffepe4pmaneenl.
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e g a t f te ed... to crs
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is a d 061813 generlor
"Vu'-[%bdenaedIL.at m
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.W Thbre tMumlined spiral taLrmeas
Qce befirin Oemany, forms uleauag v
wed -omr the grouMt ,e Mitdwy along the WM
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e" New York Shipping As-
Siatlon immediately threaten-
ttake "appropriate legal
against the union. It
a l as reported that trucking
0p9le were conslderine
SInjunction in federal
court to get the longshoremen
r i w6rk stoppage was an-
' tber hlo a series of port inci-
4)WAFL-ILA to replace the old
i as bargaining agent for
0 ^ 0o east coast dock workers.
The old ILA was thrown out of
the AWL lat year for failing to
rid Itself of criminal elements.

Misso"iU V Makes
blic jgVitation
SHaKwo Truman
-OLUM -to.. Feb. 27 (UP.
%te Uni of Missouri to-
- RtPde .its invitation to
Harry S. Tru-
'the Truman LU-


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Jim"
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'Im.flE P INTERIO3 of a home qA,*.Reacue Street," a street *....P..
" uf.rtidi bonibed-out b Aiteg. tid for rescue training -t .
th%!, f gt Civil Defense Trv.inv Olney, Md., is in- r .IN
a. apeeted by Mrs Grifon nyder. 'g ?


ComDUIIy Chssi an To Be B

BoltOf Drectors InsiWl Tomorrow
ToMeet Tmorrow 'Al Ancon Cathedral '
'Me .n UMal tne of the The Very Rev. Malcolm .
Canal ZScc Community Chest MacDonald, who was apponlted..
will be h ld tomorrow evening, dean of the Cathedral of St.
In the auditorium of the JWB- Luke, Ancon, to succeed Dean
U00 o. 4Soa Road. R mond T. Ferris, will be .ip-
A: n b e of constitutional atiled in this position ata
aunendna*ss4 5ad BadttiorM. wpr~e.-, ip service this morning,
viously" d by the Chest' bennng 10:45.
board o t ,..w bepre-
en t. eneral ember- Blshop Reginald H. Gooden
ship rn e will Institute the new dean'.
ILf; -' f Taking part in the service of
Thew... dmeaB wUill be ne- institution will be the Venerable
ceeiyI-Vu-der to Include re- Lemuel B. Shirley, archdeamon
pre tte 1 of mocal Rate Civic of Panama, and the Rev. John
Coi l on i the-.board of direc- l. Townsend, executive secre-
tors. 'At tie flSF, the constitu- Ltar of the diorn ..f


Y.i.M amipus here. tion was almost two -
Er. Tr'uman visited the campus years ago, L l Rate Civic It was in the Cathedral of
aent to took into the matter. cowlul didn tt. Luke that Dean MacDonald
p addition, university of-advanced to the priesthood
[i& ask4.ormer members of Oher buftes to come be- advanced to the priesthood
fua'sa cabinet, other ad- fore. the- gewral meeting will moodetwo. Assigned to ty
=ira officers and those Include the. M .report of by the National ouncilhe
.^jccreaw presidents and Lst ft.ia w fuda and rived month Ithmus as a
itir lc o e atedr inei t woe terms of con, and after his ordinato
_ff a. .. priest in charge of St. Adli
'church, Cocoll.
Sleep Comes Lt, R MacDonald is one
S itd$ Sopqrthwte World War 1 veter
ToI' S "r^its in the Episcopal prI
ILwx_ .7 27(w OUP) s Ppintt sP h th iarea.Athe .f
re r Corpsle entered business 1
W lf't bg. 2'7 (UP) the object- of facing
b% lS twto, t wo ced today studies for the iltiatltr

.- ,-,th.. luitr. Jane'I 8, ,u
7 s Alv if& "d a ras M IabA Tlideft AMWet Point. Bryan will sue- the fa 01 Bishop OeGqs
ce TrSer.k A. Irving ght Raw. Robert 9
who. -Sept. 30. 1954 a-d ssequnu t wrt.fia
r a. ........ .... Bta. SIta 37 years of rate at h. Jbra e,
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1. Conmmodoe Perry should i
make one think primarily of be.
which date? 1777, 1813, 188, I
5. Luther nailed him thaes An
oAt- s .be-
6. ,te k. heard at afternoon 707
TCoffeel er: "I'd better get back 1
S-- tb..office or I'll be late 1
"quitting tUne." but
7. Riddles Number of the cold- i
eat row in- the theater.
8 7 IDMake of those Frenoh
Sbatbhg auits Just take hand-. ;9-
kerohleif npd throw of them
A. Wm he butchered his
pIggrbak, he found that it con- IF
tasi I c 8per. 8-bits, and 6
fbuctal How-much-? wr
3% A t er has 7 haystacks rig]
in -0et eprner of hi field and 2 and
Sla e other corner. How many unt
SPto ugethim T tit
- 11. P..roduct of the square root wit


DOWN
1. 3 X 1 X 3 + 6.
2. Dig that crazy little hour
3. Awkwae age When -: I
-old cry and yet ydung
swear.
L 'triplets, quadruplets and an -
y child.
r. What nonagenarians must
i. Riddle: What has face,
head, hands, and feet?
waer, a watch.
I. The larger of the two num-
rs that when multiplied make
r.
10. Ounces in a pint.
L2. Courtship has mates,
t- aHiddenptain toup
&. Hidden In toupees.


SIV hep wide by 8
w4Cwt lpgthwha in
i Inc' n of
"le ,ngthwaio ha
,ng aate. Into anppt
t a ,pi of sti

9yteo fit on pa



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hew aexpect-
ing a reward any
second. He'd have
it now if his
trainer were In
the picture. Per-
baps you can
help himp out To
do so, draw a
continuous II n.e
from dot to dot
beginning at dot
1 and ending at
dot 386. Where "
two figures are
besid one dot
use the dot for
both. AfterwrdaO
you may wih to
color the drawing
using colored
pencils or Cray-


a8p 'sr8-6; Lsi'-T oaI- 'O.- RIDDLE
t-i P'-to ,'-O W *tf S-t \YJHAT goes
"9 "- ri---wo iuwaa YVfarther the
slower it gs?
Tnw7'll Floor You .S1oX. "&am,
you're agile, you shoulfin't CLI E-DOODLI
Il l .th *I.ln IaU m lr leftn i OlUTION


it behind your back with your
ht hand. Then, keeping bead
I trunk erect, bend your knees
l you are In a squatting posl-
n. Now try and touch the fi6or
Ih the finger of your left hand.


4TpaCreeik 1boJfer






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649wa$. mwan in to tat you
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S thate fcrollbwlng t
L gtei5ember, cr x i"e m*i dt9bpR...-
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paper to fring 5. vernal fulaINe' a hange of a vr,


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At he paa tint cotpuaste o R a smp petfojmd party trihh that?. of ta
th- gm-..a' s W-"rauIea require a ha- and ,eve- he-
hoa dba lut to t* s ted in decent yeasf\.
.ta O -m _a t Uper w ma t.e.. i s in the hat Ask o- o your audi-'
-aM. -a e to set on of th cos without lett
trI boi to proww to be the ade previously eleW and





S JimaL inet done Wis way: mental course a usual





mo1hiwme to your touch than the other pae
ONd P2 mlBtnd n different yearn.





hasSL k h hrThe sane th ir ma t be dh e A w a variety ofa .
inO e "0 and nee rk equally wltel
a to e. fd to t e OW hav tt otued to the hat o Itantl


Hown.
lu LA ItI dn ti way: Metad' AoCoue C A. Sae ully
s o .. ,Opda.r of he-t-copper, ORpcialy. The
'" *m A 1. P ^ f ban bm healed .o.iuderat.y wll be
.o uMuc. mrh WA to your touch than the other ph.Ne

.. .. M work equallyw


Tn8 geometric ngAre can be
SIin on. eotituOu-jine
without going bvr any part of It
twice.
Can you do it?
(Letter.are shown for the gtr.
pose at explaining those solautIq if
you cah't iolve it Ian need one;

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v-. ubstttalig cl ir pro" 'A
Is to rT .afl th original tlette
to tie p4plth line i a AMUfne
quip Tu 'part up fe qlW
whi is given, ives yo. ai .da
as S Iwat the siet lawig e i
about
Airm Slerg "I. uadth waems
ea .p -
neeto .SigW "I sver tasew
you wre a giMat leter."
Bst Son ULS'YWV. I
Bm' m VAm _O V mWi,"
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cnYcTIC NWS
A POa.ri ars usually
.-A i poe. l or con-

the anal Itt (that .. thu letter
before qM .. fie jelwfte
qmrk oWirdstl. di lon-
tkaftis pumlmthw d m=mei-
oAs, 6o*e of t. ftore command
are k, 'r 't. etc.


nerb.A .atdige
^ A ,y route wil tae
/, you straight "
S/ to the i..,"
/ providing you do not
ry :Wkinto one of the
to *d am anmy traps that lead
S to dead ends.
SY Tou mut not retraoe step or
out aereAfa This isqualles you.
It umeon *e i Is to try, cover the mae with
Weius or taq paper before you begin. Time
youwU- -to i .bow long it tami.


- JUNIOR'S WORKBENCH


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to augEt a p#os0t fru which
he win el t se mm- water. A DL._o was dimsappoited with
ao "is s ha gos example. D his hat auto tea.e number
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OBISBONFrTAL
I-Upon wbat mount wes It for-..
told th..at God would put a
curse?' (Deut. 11:29)
5-Who was the "beloved phy-
l"? (CoL 4:14)
0.9:wat peole were coupled
w the ersans as to w?
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64- e. S0--lectrifted particle.
65-Nmslea ruff. 81-Biliafed stroke.
66-What insects are mentioned 2-BRedacis.
or their forehandednme? (Pr. S -MSse
S-Snow vehicles.
as b letter. -I-
VERTICAL
1--notr iame for Ulia -h
2-~urWemald (Fr.) C
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DOG in this classroom at Quantico,. Va.
e United States Marine base. Jiggs lltt
background are (from left). T/Sgt. G.0al
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rm..w.oUaik*es. in the blaze,


Formaii k-w- core of -ils A '# cws-w, unmindful of the .#anfry beauty
Nw; IENGLANDERS w40l claui .with a great deal of
IT Otde,. that winter is -:,JMa.loeliest in their part of
the nation. Take the area wi,~d.. powerr Waterford, Vt.,
or Not Eonroe, N. H., wMrzlntir houses, Iarnu wood-
sheds aid: the rest 'o the region ruest under a covering of
snow, Vyhi palnts .e adx tp'-In a glistening coat of
whlte..W-t4 could bb.wiofl tt.enoygba*, the. ask, than the
sight of a sinall sowc veed country hYurch. or the sound
oft leuth0iblfs heard thrghIt tie trees? Well,' that's what
Sthe ,% -,hep *plcties i.4w hlp t:6ie .inve.. their case.


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launched a merry panzer attack by lcan Sen. A dark-haire Mu
Joe McCarthy. the-. Andbor uM l.
"Yop're udt fit to wesr the uniform you are 4n," the S..en _a.
ex-Mane whose mort atess war endeavor ca- b.at urt Ne
S :iated t .breakIng h &.o atcrossing-the-lUne troop-C daW0 "ero
ship frc chose to tell .the Army colonel who won the i fts 19'A,l
-Silver Star and Legion of Merit for bravery under In 14W t
tire In the Norma landi n. n
Thla comparison Is not fair to McCarthy.- It
overlooks the time he Cclimbedl In the back seat of a WtfInVldt
.Dauntless die bomber on O Ianal to ba i Ihan vehsI. lhe e* ef
picture. taken;. or
.Anvy, sor mre r other, 5aw hot rep fo t t
seem to at t si to *
S conlst nt atden cker's part.'Ak t rsu aed
01 -any e t a0;4010you that 8e 21430" -mand 1'a M
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confidential, .aid hithe rtd reports tro 'Vad i
the Navy uiform us that it's ntiob the satpe with Mr eO .
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SJnst ,hat.Tn i t to ago a_ tbat t .. '
S the Ar the ad Sa O principal ata One= aa aL o
aresse Ommunm, didn't know a' about haee ."f6 Va d xsaa
S the enemy-.t was Attpoaed to be righting w ot -im- Charles would hae ro .
mediately clear *,- ...
The New ork ted t U Ot
C. For Joe to came out Pgain t the United States Army Weaueday .-flt ha
and the rRed army prctcy at one and the same via 3BRpha to the 1
sime *s A; a.pretty pay etcept for no one habw ]- R oaom WM si
Ing anydea what was ien t tp come of It save pbb several min r a
;L fo7e'-y .- -- .dat.a WbM-
Not too much information was available last week I aseabi
,upon what the Red army wal doing about this In- Vie has bWen W k
triguing mituatIon. The .&.. Arnpy reaction was less aat tree,aas tt
shrouded. .a Kw
Sepublican-appointed Army secretary Rbext T. "i V
Stevens told RepubIlian McCarthy thatt f he wt6d
to kick around ay Army brass he had better start t
S asthe tap-amal, Army secretary oberotb. teve .
-. urthex to this suggeto, t. ev .
S brass from appearing before Mcart Vteran of
S investigatgAg m b. .ittee. which COE'Ss WrIply a atp.t-.
-and at times us of McCarthy. lv m of Crtm
S There's a name that keeps. cropping up all around, at n -
Ot ever there was one. WO
S tevens has note polal roughbousin so log ag
as McCarthy, and his fTst op ter-blow' AilBa ite
than experts would recmeod. l e m
-n bannI,9Army brafromt obeyng cnlewstral -
Investlgators subpoenas, 8teyen not ony landd some Plmerk puter s4reoa the fal nd
sort of a wall on Me ay, but conrved to W pe lo mth the lt le
S all sorts of sensaitive senators along the rltlde wo a tood w
hltherto. had beet no more than Interested and even bt obiletbn t feet of PO
sympathetic spectators. ned onl a Setter to PA
i. f Stevens sucessfully banned Army officers from Lionel bert at penayalaas a
S appearing on the Mc(artby TV show, then he Of with Harper sfter the third ron t
someone . later time have pt nt for preventing any took fourth money With .264
armed servi tqr maybe eveu1 government service .... ..
ness ftom appearing befor0tanycongreuslonal invs-- At BSt'Augustine I;, BpllGoodlo of Vald
tiha Ing committee. Ga., beat Dick Chapman, of _t _.KN.C 4 b$" W
'nAe .ngeders' didn't think too much Qt this. It to win the .ourf tot of elf i mhbi-r..
wouid leave them practscally nothing to do in the And, at veterann *pbe. idickson za.- 8
conorenwional recess except maybe catch a free ride harlas Is g 'ard *amed. victory in the sio
Sown to .anamA and back on one- of the PanatnA Women'_ *In .. ..
Line s.,p:. Mfr. Zaharlas..who underwent anoperation dorn- A"
at c, ony 30 months. ago shot a par fl on the go W lbi
So A.evens backed away after losing this round- round tor a 204 total and aone-stroke ead over Ptty is
house' and even backed away so far as to appear to BerR of hicago. .
give McCarthy a free hand -to ubpena all the Army "It'sthe haplhes: day of my life." said t]. -
witness he wIshed, and good l .tod him. % ate~t putting er chtb away, "b'at mi a.o
hen the doughty atevas let it be known to a girl. ,.
so: ,;...--oewilered world, 'd with RPesident .oul pga o.tAtlanta took, third ine a l s
.sennAwer's endorsement yet, tlat the re-sattementof score of ., '
his ---'to i '-a.-ils McCarthy was In no wav.,.ashape .. -- o-_' : -/
or r:n- a citmo.-own. Pnd the world lird cuat as well Five players hdim i for bi a, e tI 4
know .. ," a r. ha majr.i: all-atar flj e a
+.-+.' .. .W ar Loeague. .- : /
"'e., the cetsLs we-'e cac..e10 tL. -. z seem- : are first- an kyelen, ta
ea a greep political intjia.mer compared to .McCartI"y, or -on Hak otlen andy .mols AlE im
but he remained aboxne town favOrite In the-Petsa- ft M aoud' t b lM s Fa e,
gor-wlich was acting mighy ..happy at. having a hit I352 .sthe WItots Mue, Is tlced I
fighter even as green as stevens out slugging for it. with Cldv1 atd Hoa nd ar
."e Pentagon. heart of the United States' fighting Dodger property. Scull hopes to make the W d
tser rces, hps of late been reported sadly convinced club and Jacobs Is a candidate for the Phl
tha. its nrin-ioal lakee was someone to fight for it. At'" "-.
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*, anora.e hr.s -ene lip like morale went up in Korea st-Vpaid uitWchr in Mel York. Y's. r
S during Mr "ilyn Monroe's recent tour of the front line Rbyjolds has agreed.to a 'nt rae ig -t-'.
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THE FLOWiRING TREES OF PANAMA...
I ave n. ,tover this country: ns hort sb Uec-haunted.
Two dcadml In lte opice andI' li a stradnler. aL.
As the ot m dusi r endtn. my though go winging heneward,
Where llssome April dance on a low, inland hill.
To palms along a Meacoast I adt forever alien;
My memory fans th members of the flaming woods of tall;
When trade winds ti trade winds sthe banyans, I long for snowcapped cedars.
In dreaming stlll I listen for the redbird's clarion call.
I count my days In exile, but beauty is at home here:
She dwells an the Calnpana. and Is native to the plain.
The rain forests have cherished and the jungles have arrayed her
In robes of sun-splashed verdure. In scarves of silver rain.
All through the tropic summer she moves across the mountains
Lotera above the Chagre.. and wanders as he wills.
And where she walks dshe lightly sets the sgils of her magic:
Ephemeral gusts of color an the everlasting hills.
The flowering trees of Panama the words theanselve anr music:
The royal piielad a. thIe .sultry fountain tree.
CantssI and erytrina, roble jnd jadoanda.
Their very names are poems: their hues a -ymaphany.
Each week. a different vesture; by nht the seeite Is altered.
In bronz. la~ oreag or yellow, they parade aierem the tandl
In pink, in blue or violet, they gleam on distant ridges;
Ima4tcultte w0 r w esrlet they blesom close at ail.
As Easter dawn was Ibreaking. I saw outside by window.
Still as esmmunlon tapers, a frangipani tree.
In the s fmy aof daknem the waxen buds unfolded.
To greel the holy.unr be in virgin purity.


SAhd borie# oAft or Anoon Sll, some day -- M.ae is dying
Triumphant burts of' yellow appear in two oar three'
Th gusyMNWseet-lito bleem *a bu laao fil battle.
(What matter if tomorrow they shatter in the breezeT)
On the coad .crou the lathmu, in the freshness of t1p morning
A Mds n vita opens that ransoms twa.r yams:
A mta etf rosy branqhe athwart the anoent oomem.
WJIS dasled sam I e It. for nw. yes a veiled with tears.
ftl$ng d4Sflbi Car Pta, wen'- Sb afterno-on Is golden.
I lImlse i*an, the rams., In glory *e ,pad.
Lik.te LW o fi gallop qr-dimwnk trees in blamss-
AieMierarI 0 i *rltg qi1 4tate W, a heart.
Wi. ho! t last rwp ihe. iW Weiide my father.
O0AM qu ltle of .,* e -i s-hoer asky.
Sh1J I wake pe fleeting sane k w. fran all that dIstan fe
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I nU.ibe tid tenmt, thle ses-asir as tbillng.
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may- a fellow trav- Nost cou y. Kwas imnoued re- which the Latns feel lafringts on
SB w t3aIS d a r e oIem. after literally eh s opeb m- cently that Costa Ri would ot their sovereign.
the battles, from the Holyood b multat who are tend. No official reesonb was g t- a i
nes. -;... t.U e .. .o. clT pey a fo prrb of the raw
wa ou n'- Aner omat. There is alse longstanding ei e to sll-.n
aal that fl W dispute between. and Colos eeptttg only coffee. The would
tsor Fdive eg h bla over Viector Hal t Tore. ike to ae the American market
ha At e Peru r. Five stalzed so that they could earn
to UnIiq do y huKL calted States, IDm years be b w.a asylum enough dollars to buy aH the in-
T e rt ort e a t o the Coloma ia bay at ma, dutrial it aclhney they want for
hnpp the a t er ,S aapii 1SUcB to Sthe daner of hcot Peru. Tle PeRu l si antt wm their internal development. This as
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a to in "daetiin's t ii international group, with U. & Ig a a oetr. D Aee re. .MuKn tog athl teerof a dme
as "e" B I tetite i 74 atnw is or hetls o that *Creetn taebe bd At the itntif .rTpe Mike support pro mem or


el .h _at7 ae-d a rai And it I in aoy they aor were toa g in IH ia s adhering. Tne
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.i'gan s( i to handle and a hrsh e a eade r is dr i up in aea. g o are s ee k and z ht.
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