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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00638
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n f Se nate Bill

WASHIWi Jan. I8 (UP)- A Presidential com-
alsion to au.dy the popiblty of conetructing sa a-level
Cana ia or improving the Panama
Cansa Would'li wh o utider a bill introduced yesterday
In the enate.
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Se n.
Jit I on of
, otur of 'them en-
' n oflf4er each
ny, 'avy ad AIr
an would be Ja ld
and membni r 8,-

re to reaponrt
, P nma canal is
fJf0 of

wr. panic
a, japan.

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7 aem. JumIe Zm.m -'U -
Mont,). -
Cay out. a proposal by At-
torney Oenel Herb~t Brow-
06ll, .7r.,'WbM Intersatre ramis-
i ssin dt horse rac sults to
atmblers bookie* ay Sen.
eDaniet (-Tex.) .
Allow ro and teleison ata-
tions to -4e7' ollticw time to
Oommn ti .a d n d bers of
CommUnlt ta. Btsen. John
MartAt ll A R- .
The Iads Com tons
Act Ao* pWI mU a broad-
cater political
can tdue his Ution must
a al time to. all other
for the e office.
a a dnealm would free
nMft oblgati on
tr sc, tage or
aqt~vI$I or

T MS N cture of the Sianit se Supae Chief stream e
p *hai th ee Sterm ras d Ban Francisco. It's a go%
autheqtc ralroeadiag picture If a piece of PeMnama Ral
eqimAitt not iqg anyywer ar all. Anyone notice
Sv~aedtile thnt 1.11sh6ot? We t A"pBht not.

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tet Into I-ed China from nota
Korea, whee it actually cashd
A week after the crash tha
wrecke was photographed,
the communilts as "evidenc-
back up their spy charges agteft
the airmen now held by the PeI-
ptng regime, said Hyde, a%r-
mer editor of the London Daly
Worker. .,,

AN IBNg AVED INVITATION to ride the first train to cross the

the American continent, 100 years ago today.


Shes Fighting Again Tomor,
BNDIB ,S,, ,

Jr smNr hATE
her training bowa

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ntte of the Ol ilM

Veteran PR Eniiee .To.

t Throttle Of Special TraiR

for -hei- poMt the pea
clal wnama Malrlad train h.
will bring into the Balboa eta-
tion toay at 5:06 and till
dressed In his woaing oxeralls,
be escorted by .po e car to the
flag-drapelt speaker's platform..
McIntyre, fte PRR'a senior en-
gineer, will beat the throttle of
0e colorful, banner-bedecked
steam locomotive which is sched-
uled to give over 1,000 festive
spectators the ride of their life
The old black steam locomo-
tive "803,." last of the old steam
engines of yesteryear, will toot
its whistle; the bell on "299"-
the monument railroad at the
station-will clang, and two high
school bands will loin the noisy
welcome which will spark the
dedication program commemo-
rating the i0th anniversary of
the Panam 'Ralroad.
The dedication ce r e m o n y,
which actually begins at 4:45
with a concert by Balboa High
Schopi band, willbe one ofne the
major events in the day-long
program celebrating the first
ocean-to-ocean railroad crossing
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1h FoIt Panama Railroad men,
!OW -.1. two who are, retired and Mc-
rrIIntyre and another still in active
r service, will be seated on the
platform where the special train
and actor, and you have the en- arrives for the brief ceremony at
utre stage except when the which old 299 will be dedicated
bullupstaes you." as a railroad memorial.
Those who saw her fight last
Sunday at the Macarena claim The special train, which can-
she wasn't at all upstaged by sists of 15 cars, pins a mail ear
either, of the two bulls she slew in the center, will carry long
so expertly. In fact, she herself banners reading "First Trans-
feels no bull has upstaged her Continental Railroad of the A-
yet. So far sheik been hurt, but merieas." AlU of the coaches
not. gored. will be leeerated with eorleA
The 110-lb. spirited girl who bunting, and the rear platform
comes f r o m French-German will have a special eommeme-
stock says she knows now she rative deln.
was born to be a bullfighter be-
ause she's never been as happy The anticipated crowd at over
before. A sign of her contented 1,000 le from the Pacific ide
state is that just before going of te mus pected to make
to Mexico Ms Paord turned down the round-trip ride, repreeOtm
an MOM offer to go to Holly- groups rangingfrom t ad
wood at $350 per week. present ralrad .emplo es to
In reply to questions about her members of all civic and social
domestic aspirations, the attrac- groups on the Isthmus.
tive young lady doesn't think The train will leave Colon at
shell ever settle down 3:35 and, five minutes later, will
"Maybe I'm not intefigent e- put into the Mt. Hope BStation
enough' she says with a wistfullwhere there will be a brief cere-
mile. many at which Oov. John Mey-
Truly dedicated to her work, bold will get the train. underway,
Bette trails five hours daily, Loud speakers in all the coach-
doesn't drink, ad has a sel-im- es will enable the train pas-
poed deadline of 10 o'clock in 3=0 %o fellow the ceremony.
Every anght. Atl&ough some The Crltobal Sigh School and,
enalder her caasan profesion which *ID Welome the a
the "hbardest tradeI the world" of the train *t een
she h o -rege -and wouldn't Worklng O"
bhm* bao br mectic New the e .

tal dlvi cc0 dwbt E DAVE
Shasiball by COL

wA fag-raising ceranony at
which representatives the Boy
Scouts and OG1 flcout did the
honor took place At 7:30 this
Bsildes Mclntyre, three ofher
railroad men are, Arthur 3'. Me-.
Ken6, a clerk In the Balboa
rounshonse, Walter E. '&rouch
and Isae M. Mendez, .both re-
McIntyre's railroad service
dates back to 1911 when he was
a yard clerk and later a tower-
man in the busy railroad yards
at Pedro Miguel McKenzie went
to work for the Panama Rail-
road In 1907 as a fireman with
the Isthmlan Canal Commission.
transferring a short time later to
the jobs of switchman and brake-
man; he has been at the Balboa
Roundhouse since 1950.
Crouch went to work for the
Panama Railroad as an engineer
In 1907, while Mehdez' service
dares back to 1904. Both are still
living on the Isthmus, Crouch In
Santa Clara and Mendez in Pan-
ama City.

Her Report

Canal Co. Loses

Official StatusI

WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP) Helen Gibbs,
employee of a House Merchant Marine subcommittee,,.
been relieved of her duties effective Jan. 31, it was
ed today.
Miss Gibbs hqs been engaged for the past
months in writing a subcommittee report on the
tions and policies of the Panam6 Canal Company. l
subcommittee conducted an inquiry last year into the.
misobility of incring Canal toll rates.
The Gibbs J pt is understood to be completed,
it will not have lhe status of an official document i'
of her dismissal. Informed sources said that it will be,
ed over to the ew hairmnnan of the Merchant Marn
committee for disposal as he sees fit.
Rumors have circulated that the Gibbs
generally accord with recommendations of
ests, which opo a tll increase, -'
Retiring uboqr-| on .oiB ed
t4541 to reprto 1 -S-0.

mobe ear for
ranch be an

Ttus one .ew JCl* 2 n
three DaOOcratM il Ihe Iaed: I
Holdovere are (lrmatz, ,Alien MuIWW r
and Francis E. Do p (R-N.Y.).
Meanwhile, jurisdiction over nljo1l. RUiW i
Panama Canal affairs has been |al)_ t p S o
shifted to a new s committee w aw tN. Of
of the House Apopriations
onm itia

CoUI1IO m UUe.
Chairman Clarence* Cannon
announced that Canal Zone ap-
propriations will henceforth be
considered by a new subconimit-

Benefit Casino
Begins Tonight
Playground benefit e a s n o
games get underway tonight at
1l Rancho beer garden at 4:30.
Featuring roulette, blackjak,
bacarrat and all the regular ca-
sino n ames. the proceeds of the

Others who will be seated on. casino will go towards the cam-
the platform during the dedl-. pign to build playgrounds in
catory ceremony will be B. I. Panama City's densely populat-
Everson, director of the Trans- ed areas.
portation and Terminals Bureau,
and Edward N. Stokes, superin- The games will continue to-
tendent of the Railroad Division. rrow and Sunday night.

TOKYO Jan. 98 (UP).
newspaper Asahi tepo
had expressed a wish to'
nate its state of war with.
in a follow-up to a lmjlaS
ture' made toward
Tuesday. es
The Asahi, while hay aC o
source, reported that the
proach had been made by AL.
Domnltski, commercial co
lor in the unrecognized o
mission here. ,.
It said this'was the b .
ground ofthe prediction
by Prime Ichiro
yams at a po rs -
Therdaynirght ha) R
would ah.oujce th
of the state of boetilitl
this country "in the near
Foreign Mbg ,*X MaIsn
Shlemlts ltape at-
ence immediately deleU
Russia had showm any
activity calling to Japan.

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WSNI 0t-SaX IS A A. '.. .'

Bse eeMADISON Av EW OW. OI Nh a lsan machines, arc- 1 L e d.n .v h

e i h services reveal that we at reo sea, \ Mo i toy at5 Mae
InIgef dealing with a Chiaea ofsD dhb I iN katadi frporat dioIf

hricksaws, coolieas and rice ppd. eoos" e nai t. ..--h

oi .Red. -an-China into a potentially a- .becomingal e e orted. -aain h lt e .. .. o te

e1d entitled "Plane Facts s- and Publimc n ." werl trall ot r tsr the -- x .tfing w a s nen Tr.aedrb Itlands. ti.o,,mewtlo
"Have you ever felt unwanted? Insecure? Unpopular? China today has automatic steel iiiii a.. 'eA aly e chief;ssue, n the The fact that rtt veMBo_
iBeen invited to leave town?. . Could be you need a pay- m.ll, aircraft plants, auto facto. beIwheth onse debates has was'willwng totake ths aSS
chitrRFIt. On the other hand, you Atay be a commander n ries, machine tool installations . d a lliote dSta LUpopular i ttitrus t aen has
the 8. Air Force... -and has "volunted th e Gobi deset A herT suhn lfo aNts tonls somthe obeareo to eve he does

"15 begins a new booklet, 'Shotgun Wedding, by he..b 8. with oil re series. Atomic bomb D.. I s.. ut whdt. wo^rriesnot --5 Or aybe
l enateouns ound a as ghastly "New Man.h t Villagesna sio. ". b a iuo tlisnt. Aa
Despite the jestin tone the problem is dead seriousave for sevnderal the ars nrowgance pr n try t N-atoual-st-Dtet on which RCA't he
ADC's missi a person wh to Isdefend the Urested States and, unlike from Peiping today is loud. oe American e pe a and televr o tb a ba
other b ahes t muse as a ivile an worker amidstbr the peopy le llNo No magic genie reshaped this he O tardf it Ea la s..l the subet of cru.
W on be as crippn to a mission as congealed public rental mss It was done-it is an rmta t the Jle Dprtm
f how Col. Hrry Shoup, of Truax Field at Madison Wis, laborl th e force ever kept in buctiondage. L PR dered against the an
,ot his jet base out of a jam with lorao townspeople: yor this wa eave the documented r-ra manufacturer. s was
"Whe vtngin Balboa or working n the area o town winuthei word of t AF's Free Trade Un. Various wires are bting .mel rh o0 the Signl Carpg er te-o t
roa~ anryschool there, andcirculated ns wer at brea- I on Commeittee. BnanCzechoslovakiato lll one of the most t oi that CA had appropriated
n poin article In thel Shoup decIse to takh eaI phoned is to and Poland hav e re-ormed"agraro thuat caanst e. at OI most important sere

complaintitledPlane Facts and grasp, I submit here tentially s onYates and moopol. Chief ev r developed by t lal Corp
"It was often a womau ever felt unwantend baby (roused by ets) There are at least 7,000,000 laborld guardRepubcans-Wl t
creamin i n th e background he says. I learned that a paers in bondage tomatt stee"AidLabor ker of in ttu trod-he Thfactu the .Arm odearo
"woman has enough mad saved. up .to make an impenetrable ers." These are honest, unem loy. i- i"' Dlrksen of Iiouset al. bhas was w eimgortai t than
mnversat ional barrier anywhere from four to six minutes. adipeople picked up by the ,ma o f. Amiable th id-road Repubiecan dersthcS&e e
chiantriat. On thed: 'My partner has madiabe aou r b ids which munist authorities as "vagabonds." Src c. Senator Wily of Wisconsin, hithr- a
the I bin't afford this.' They are directed t rp b t U S h st he Gobi desert t would supply -Chil bntroops on l hamtt e ed
Air D"Colonel Command, whose screamined hjets mission to all "Aid Labor Committng up dees" setup --------------in- ig busidenDulesis. He now h a key u

Itallers, replied to all mail complaints, ev iu his most by municipal governments. Then _ spot as .ranking rblin ,ba ses.th t^d r .l w
"Dronable officers cajesting on annoyed houblem is ey are reshl ted to areas were member f the Senae Sat ma niciary le pab to" eo, e.1 '
I "He cmkmuned tihe take-off pattern seo. Jl. ed steel mCins, e auto plants orauto. YY O KS r n r r Committe, where e hcanm t .hro ,," IuSh. .s.,e;
A r on glt-up areas, hoo and neaf-yi riches matic electrical eauirtent msiter n & t--y a.n d.evi t monkey-wrenches into the,. bei ,a
Amsr mits fright defend thby oise stop bted.States are from Peiping der a speedy mo ly machinery. ... o n d u rar
otHe briefed community leaders on oviedst athe pe force. "cras'No program. this 3 e big TV broadcasts, h .
ad on hi defense mission, showed them a jet scramle. He pt m t w as have learned that Chairman Knllt- tia iSdt' u on
01otied the pubUl of extra flight actlvltpie, soke at civic entlm.. r- FA . ... -- o -- w o -oreiof West Virginia -wilL probe bs.n t -atsrp a '-a
ciub, howed Col. roups arry Shound p, of Truax Field at Madison, Wi labor force ever kept in bondage. ane a r m

S e out of a jam with townsphe Air Forcehis gure 000 on Herbert covers C m n, revolving fund a They the .
fcleone elderly resident, formerly qut .ett complain when OWlthitryUsonsg."ob"e.oingsLa-d Eisenhower's new propoil issoha on Government Reoganiza. to finance public ilhoan-. frien. s to block the whole mono- I- Ard aysgJs igrue[
. vone roues me,.i lie quietly there IH bl.nd say a lit- ernal Aars, the All-China Fed- Wor'. in te Wite House execu- project that weuld brimg a these lon a appropriated $1.5 million, Meawhile, Cong. Wright Patman office to keep the Ieeret
"When the two jet squadrons movedintotown-'with wortiu nn red t oet

P.W A. IFiLt, to thank God that e American ^o of a ve ice e Trade Un terest to every -pte .u works activities nto. one last t ,. of Texarkana, Tex., wno has .lo- t RbecomA had, iah ap wat
T anK er is up there In that jet wat.-__ Second, Chamber of Commerce and Indus. stat.ci.J own county and water agency. What is contenaplatpd, A communityy Faneltlei Admin. neerld some the beat ipo able to do.,- "
rok that t lane and the boy et w er that, ion Committee. Becm the senited States therefore apparently a loose isatton wasse up in the Housng poy aws. on e statute bod; s .
'Wiith no trouble at all, I turn over 's C&, back to in addition to the" million of Th pla was first mentone 1.. coordinaton rather than tight ad- and Home Eance Ageney to han- tr-ing a smaUo business commit.. 'PUi43r
n heColnelShoupdeta pho the residents Stae o e Union israton a public worked pro Jo A w sou re a How d ot
+the RePader's Digest reprinted the article from Time maga- o M,,.ind more withe Work for Message to Congress. Further de. czar. ... ; ten was madd its epthe eo t whou to tails' a revealed in the PDf- While the Psesident's Ecynemic Housing Admiitrator Albert M. backing of Sam Rayburn and t Dk the ms tm n tsket
comply tintshimsel article, couldn't some bette sderatanding be mak hee mfalure to ay Fsellal dentb oonone Repcrt to on. Repof oizes obptimism on every Cole. is a man who can't be stopl ed. otts w Zea
ahed between the irate citizens of the hm andte Air taxes. hs is called "ompensa gres But the program as page the one brg hedge ecomr To date, however, not a single f the ranger efauver gore and-a~. p swas
m nota the United States Air Force and its mission here tE Labor notmpetsbeen el ou because mended for use in case of deerfs adnce of bo has been made l-Droie blocked Patman of ex. ino1to thithe mgoI : *sed
'It wnc tyou as American and taxpbaby (roused by jets) ocuTh entation can be found in the- pl has not en co- sion or recessiPrn is for center yy local .rnmnt for blic e e ttra _vestgative -te in Cech ahd i most
I thnk this abalect should be more thoroughly investigated Chines e's Court records andleted.'Some preuminps, how, publc wdrks pnng. The id wos p Over 300 bcaly the House. i new-sm Rrediiar was

n complained: 'My partner has made four bids which munise t authorities asviaodrn horns autority tAee new o aitar trt tn c l
r u aIca.t afford this.' r They are di eoreted to repor t t, but ,n. a Wut wh e patt e aW
"Colonel Shoup patiently exp laied his mission to all "Aid Labor Committees" set up hwrdministrationlalC
ofaonabNll offcers calling on annoyed ho Co they are reshifted to areas where e t s5 r p aatmty o to alace

."Hec ed te take-off pattern to.h aed steel m department of auto p o blt work lann autot n the lead in or general public wor dethe' Sence of th Jrustice apartment bout
I setreueTh e y Cos oa EngnAt the end Worl War when planning. A erdinator of Public Califoreona Tech the new radar rgin. a suit ) ainst mCA. Sadr*
So e frightened by noise stopr under a speedy depression, two up t CEA orgas tion with ted o f the bulky 24-inch tube
"Heh nd ent of Agriculture finances small advance planning programs were a 000 appropriation to run hi ued n pren day TV. Si ta.the
on his d atissio. showed them crere.hed development. General approved by Congress. Eightynine of p resent tube hat m o
the public of extra flight activities, spoke at civi There they are paid in rice. a Services Adminitraton lets million doars were appropriated vision sets so bg-' Thire n an

getre plchdup, oue a tracts'for government buildings and $ .mT Fo advanced to local Ma -S. 0h e. oWragdon, a tube. however, gi i wi 'eask
or detac and onovernments. This mone was to retireon e F o hne trend toward TV' monopoly.-
L work unto deat n factores or U t ne coordinator of Public finance the planning of school, sew. Corps of engineers was made coI ture TV sets wilt probabyjresed- l.
Stee bn asthis bloc too are other ant milliondollar program, the agen projects. itant from other govr t Because of the se of current ad
S officials the so-caned "ou.n cies aren't going to -ke it. Th e theory was that this money agencies and with this sall taff radar, only the largest airplanes a t st, as

wh e1W irissnPresieutn 1ower'000 calories a pesomentos had financednt tolinb a to install ockthe e m te
da o ye elder lg t andr ar d p orte r5in3r b aUXHs d bond r seoonfara nacepblir i lret frighters A b e mo e
aendyteanheeshie f a "Coampdenadocmention-includingea wha n oen the Korean Wcar broke outa ing. Congress uthoriztbeig polyrobe.

lq her na. ry, bThoulhis thre *thet a whn there wa in ,c tion th appropriated $1.5 millanwhile, Cong Wright Patman
actual iave laborers seem too l iderable unemployment and fear spent on pubne- w on this year,
ernat one of r Labor aui the Red frhos"AK inM d A ENC AS IM bRID E
I--p t in h e Iu the last Red Chinese censdus restA unty and water agency. Whatiis on revived og of local government p n l the best
Sl n a t b sealed that Chrna has: over 00,. iidea for local public works plan. works plans in the blueprint utage laws
mwith no trouble at all, I turn r e e ready to go in cahe of another de. rpga lofnes o mitna Lf a

Dgs rerne the carried ot ina thTieew hina." _$ new office fab
hrcof thons, snds l u mbor te he ork for Messagte to Congress. i d h czar. te wasgmad it director der
Stwhch President tEhlsenhower n e P While the Peident Ei former SmRayburnupied
Sae for oM aire to it s'a 1953 VAUXHALLptimisfour door Sedan only Jardin Mirn't be sfloresd.
t,cbul' tat t sthee tr hne owner excetsent condition Low near Hotel Rooevelt
S- -Ashantthere are now push-but Areza, Count of Matrico, a lhleage. Telephone Pana a X-66ASS
tween the irate citizens of the thm theAirton steel mills. On Nov. 3 the first Spanish ambassador to the U. S page, the one big hedge tco
l.wI t einkthis jectst China-made automatic electrical pleti has asked. thSo e prelivinlege of es. blic w.rks pai The Id .. i Over 300 l:cal the House.Cz- e

S|.ao_-p lot for use in the oil industry was tablshig a permanent observer r 1:M pJ. t:iepv.it
S1ayhtst pited ld Cinte g e t The b questions hw 'm 6Vksprojectswhi of them 4 lT avhasJust b an
For A Air #Force authority thesnewvCobeter seartnd ifgeono micp ump Wseartseescan:ama g *I W.o: m

ro herIs I on the h an m s r Public Works wilhave 'The ed- SMOOT Y HUNNICUTTin S.A. n
Irornthelhumancmass knownqral government already has a na inthebte to thn'hands

Swre economy are coming out of i
SworkersLnIn andome.ts. wh oc en I

STO WEIS AC *And when the 50,000 forced I
I R OF and slave laborers aukig these
<"1.R .li ^machines, products ad war euip-
.* gtfVMA a0N^ L f A ~ment starve, or work hemselves
to death, there will easily be sn B Sc R quesE
ClI t rVSotA thI[, wl ei n other 50,00,000 to replace them. WE JUST RECEJVED
We wish to remind you that the regular IMAKE NS OF SILVER PLATE
Atembly of Stoekholders will be held in.... ----. WILL PRESENT ITS FULL PROGRAM
I de Main Office of the Company, Eloy Al. ULL TEA AND COFFEE SETS
ifar. No. 77, Panama Oty, on Monday Jan. T A
anry S1it, 1955 at 7 P.M. for the last time AM.So .I BUCKETS -
In verdto e wt the By.Lawa of our a oA2 WAfC
S this meet cannot' e held Tomorrow & Sunday at 4 P.M. -SAS
P i eae of th L. VEOgEiTABLE, DISHES *

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2000 PAI R
u~mUNow Priced fom
S$4.05 To $,8.10o
Rege Stocks

Reg.s 8.50-Now s4.9s
Smartest on Market
$8 50

Short or Long Sleeve
Sizes 34 to 46
Reg. Prices from
$7.50 to $15.00

SIZES oaly
8 to 10






our most popularly priced asst.

All Standard Advertised Marks


Our Luxury Assortment ,


5 3.95

This Group Includes Our BESTI





In White .- Blue .--Maiz

Small..Med. Mod. L.
and Large
S $24.75 '

SIZES 14 &,A 144 only
Soiled or Shopworn
to clean out .a



10's to 13's Reg. 85c.
3 FOR $ .85

Sizes 28-42

Regular $1.00


White Rayon Reg. $1.85
Sizes 28-36
NOW... 95c-
Size 32 only
Boxer Type
NOW... 95c.




Sizes 28-42



Reslar $1.00


Full 18" x18" size

s 125 per Doz.

Reg. $1.00 Values

Replar $2.50 asst


Regularly $6.75 to $8.50

Need We Say More About This

slightly soiled

sizes 14-17
$ 3.95



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NOTE:-.F o of SI ',-. ..Si.I;."
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S IUI PANT ....... Reg. $60ou.uu NOuw 36o.u-
DACROLN N I NORTHCLL 2 PANTS ....... Reg. $75.00 NOW $45.00...
|li&l | P I l" V TRegular 22.50 32.50 35.00 40.0o4
S, INN1KER JACKETS Now 13.0-21.00-.22.50-26 ,

SRegularly Sold al $32.50 Reduced NOW lo $16.25

jK + II. L..CO AT I O PRICES RANGING FROM $9.75 to $16.50

Leisure Ja (OLORS ,.

With Without Collars
SValues to $3.50
$1.25 $1.95

Reg. $4.50 to $5.00
White Khaki Colors





Putter Pants
Reg. $7.50 & S7.95

F St" :. $ .. 4.50 To $ ,.10 ' $s2.75 NOW $.
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,,WHEN DID ANY, TORE HERE SHOW ANYTHIN6 LIKE THIS! Certainly we cannot describe 3000 Shirls on his -page!








NOW $2.75

3 FOR 1.95

$1.55 Each

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. PARAGUAYAN GENERAL dlen. Matid Cdsdla. t'htef of Gen-
I era' Scaff. Paraguayan Armed Forces. is greeted upon his ar-
ST'ival at Albrook Air Force Base bv MaI. Gee. Lionel C., Mcqarr,
' commanding pneral, T: 8 .Arm% Carl6bean. Maj. Gen: Reuben
C. Hood. Jr.. coramaiider. Caribbean Air Command center) was
, aI'e on hand to greet Gen. Coscia and his party. Coscla is cur-
---eatly pelnrdtng P four-dav stay on the Tsthmus as a guest of
. Gen. McOarr. He will depart Sunday. (U.S. Army Photo)

I Creen Acror
ACRObS8 5 Completed
1 Screen actor, 6 irghtt
--(Vtyne 7 Ailments
a He Is In' 8 New Guinea
SHeisle- port
11 Speaker Mountains
18 Tell (ab.)
114 Hebrew 10Hardea
ascetic 12 Lease
I| Most lack IS13 Railway post
lA#*r office (ab.)
18 Cl unaelos 17 Rugged
18I by pinnacle
21 Proposition 18 Preebooter
32 2 ure" e' I Rugged
Cho mountain
35 Anger crets
2 Crimet W2Cay leave.
39P llar 22 Ignoer
30 Pafe af h 23 One who
"14 LIW ladies
3 RamtUimbm 34 Pilota
38 Par offuamb.

41 Always

1*Ean Run-
4t Aakes- -
60 Mauician' -
talk, I
UmlPenetrates -
57 Straightens
58 Solid (comb. -
39 Advantage -
60 Muse of lyric -
I PFnmle rabbit
2 Aft (Latin)
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21 inlish river 48 Tran-poses
31 H.rt (gypOt) (ab.)
32 Salt 49 Grafted (her.)
33 Crafty 50 Dance step
35 CompassMpint 51 Altitude (ab.)
40 Silkworm J2 Cravat
44 F&g cub., S4Age
49.O.Momd 8 Rot lax
ether by exposure
46 Heating Great Lakes
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fine Havana!".


Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service


S.S. "MORAZAN" ............. ... ...... an. 2
S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ......................... .
S.S. "BYFJORD" .. ........f........................Feb. .5>
S.S. AQUE" ...... ....................... Feb.
*S.S 'MORAZAN" ...................................eb. 1 M'
S.8. "AVENIR" ................. ..................rob. 1
S.S. "MABELLA" ..............................Feb. 28
*Handinl Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo

New York Service Arrives
S.S. "HEREDIA& ...............................Jan. 31
S. "HIBUERAS" .............................,..a.. eb. S
.. "PARISMINA" ..................... ...Feb 7
*S. PMATAVRA' ................................ 7
IJ.. "MAFALDA" ..............................eb 1
5.L. I"FABERLANGA" ........................F...Fe. 14
B.8. "COMATAQUA" ....... ............Feb. 21 .
Weekly sa1ilegs of twelve paueiager shls to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Sestte.
Special round trip fares fro Cristobal to New
York, Los Amgeles, Su Fr clsco and Seaf ..
To New York ......................$240.00
To Los AneOles and San Francisco ....'$270.00
To Seattle ...................... $365.00



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I wata*e that an Aea l~ n, and i vet"a 4 y to 8 Mar. Ioeli4 oak. and learned that
ur|. qaied )I gelhae -Larebe tinvlle.,.Thle first person she saw he bad since married another.
E.ame tuM 18A* tion for wsa. was the man' to whom he bhat Today in the St..Martin church-
alia.'" been engaged back home in Grand yard, an Evangeline shrine hon.
Pre. .-' ors Ematellue an a -symbol of the
Separated ria her. 'She met her Ver-. oula Ar- living Acad4an spirit. Not far
the upheaval of adia, he ceneau, called -.retlstl"- in the away, the eal where she met her,
angered ,wi t otb6nr..to pKi jeoem-undTr the.'dw-fam oua aIlver had also been enashrlined. .

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S/ No. 108 CENTRAL AVE. -

LOUIUANA0 1MODE Y-DAUGRTERU 0t EvBng(Mne lit beside
th*~'vaiK~r i e wnleA I runs through tbe heart of the Acadian
coaunt. The rttn. that beeisme a famque poem is being re-
acted there this year V a bleentenhlal'observance.
J.' aC AcffE ascendant of. Acadians who is one
oft. heir leading exponents.
JAFAYFiTTE . NE)-Al- There. Il be vignettes of
mst~ BaW& S ra.. faraway Acadian in the famous New
-Im ad% ai nt girl Orians MaTl Gras in lIebruary,
Iad t t-fni e1 btroth- and Lafayette will-have its own
da (Mo r n which bpnihed Mardi Gras In old, Acadian .fabh-
fom their hearlHsi Ion, with ypung men ,and .wo-
After an arduous search she men in tire costumes -of Evan-
found bfn? in a new and strange geline's time.
land, dlytohawe her dream sti In the bicentennial city of St.
tered when she learned e Martinville on the winding Bayou
n ed ntortalied in Teche .In the heart of Evangeline
rth l'onfel 149 w country, St. Martl n Catbo lip
ei be told Church-the Mother Church of
E na's the-Acadians founded 1.1765 -
ma has will be focpl pont f-or'a religious
man unna Ltr.-In4ug~t
oyeaf > a'u tlal pilgmage in late April' and May.
^''L'.-^^S^ ~ *CUeeie' eft 1--In August.- Louisiana
sI Aaadhmnr- will retii-n the Can.
people.h, n o hnur the adtn visit with a pi1 age to


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iche Is honored In th s
ine statue in St. Mar- r' "
tinville. 1 "

NAMED-Dr. Allen V. Astin
has been chosen by President
Eisenhower to head the govern-
menrs, Interdepartmetal Com-
mittee. on Scientific Research
and Development. The commit-
tee will try to coordinate ma.
chinery for dealing with gov-
ernment scientific workers and
provide a central agency for
disseminating information.

ftv Service
Pick-up 'Dliyry
Finest Pat U
Authorized W / .tribtoru
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Tel.: 3-4518 No. 72 Perd Ave. Box 31212

According to previous notice, hereby reminds, all
holders of tickets for the GRAND CHRISTMAS
RAFFLE that inasmuch as the winning ticket had
not been given out at the time of the original raffle,
the said raffle shall be carried or) again on Sunday,
January 30th, 1955, and that' i the event that the
prize should not be won, the raffle hall be carried
on, the last Sunday of every month until won. We
shall continue to give out tickets to our customers at
the rate of one for every TEN DOLLARS purchased.
All tickets given out previously or in the future are
valid in every raffle.

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Wrought Iron Living Room Set K.D. $127.00 up

Directly from Factory to Consumer

Only at iRatlan


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If Yon BHav.*
yu Need
A New Amaxingtl I .NS
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St LAw Cost. Money Back
4uarntee of Satisfaction.

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Phon e 3.0965

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I Before you buy a

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Agencia In !*M5A MAWRST oUNIDO

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FpR'MI.E:-Bran4 new rpfriler.
fr cubic feet, 56-cvple, for
21390, Apply .r Inverslones
Girates, .A... AVe.,Jose Frpn-
cisc. do la Osso No. 08.

'OR tALE:--I venetian blinds,
I pre Uxh4aut'r iqtak4E fan. laun-
dry tIi, h tol r to*. 2-448?

FOR ALE:- -. Wu'litzer Spinet
piano, trirp'e'-rs' olaI fl8-
note, with bench $45; Cresley
.6-.cy. refr rgtr 4 WD9
wood gas stve $4; kitchen u-
tslls stains tain steel, ,cppr bot
toms yith ototr k itchin .wares
$75; 'Nfjop(l9 f*im r)Aier
acoi prngs w ; ti modernis-
tic $Ws $65 each; bam~nio fet,
9 lpece $100; mahogany corner
tle wi th three chiirs, ;Fbb r
u /ry, aqua color -$150;
ch 'p f drawrs. 'O.M. $14;
a pHtt w vanity with mirror and
beach $16; wall mirror 20yW 47
inches $7; dining room table and
uieb aord, Q AM. $22; corner chi-
no cabipet $11; breakfast nook
tiblp" n four choir$ $14; two
wil.l, %, complete With inpe.-
spring mattresA and hha -cobi-
nets W2. tu-se" l1b4, 9
trfcte . ..

FOR SALf.w .amump nw met-
al bufletf l I* bll

-4374 .e
FOR SALf: 0 d Rth
pr I n s $2i6; wur niht tbles t$6.50; Iure.u 115;
ITO; rw$ r2n9 .
wickvr Mp 1om

racking o sa 6.50. Alp mat-
treo gSoS, .1r s, pj EAy
ICAN ona, vationl Av. N. 41.
Phorit,3-4^l <

F$c e : .pr,-g.g., VW-.
tign blind, rinjder wprk rpnch,.
mahoany bMd with aetyrost
motrest~* an thr frniturs,
tobal 230Z. .

FO^ SALE- ininrx iontist-
ing or rectonguler fc, 8 chairs
n d ufYat, ma.o Py Cow#h
anC; 295; -edar warwr-
robe closet $40; many miscell ,
n''Is 1l k~r dgotive hpwsp-
4lp its, Inclding smll rf
fgbla, tpql. 2-2,16. 514-.p,
Parq ns Strut, PA. __

POS nreffrgd

*Mu. u ppk English and
hae gd background. Phorie
SPaned 3-0566.

Wontd Position
SERIOUS and c r pcbp young man
desires clerical position with firn
on Atlatic "sid. Writaox 1 578,
Crilte)x. ,
EUROPEAN woman with exp Ar-!
ence 0nd ra(qraiceM, etamp K0ei-
tion as houIskpper for working
couple. Balboa 2-1471.

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Row No. 29, Panama, ve have
for immediate delivery German
Fords in pJI types a n d models.
Phonp 2-4721 Panama.

ATTENTION auto owners:-We
hay a for immediate shipment
1955 Models Ford Victoria
Couple. Mainline Fordors. Cus-
tomj in Fordors. 8-passenger Sta-
tion Wagons with Fordomatic.
Agencies Cosmos. Phone 1625
Colon. Melendez Ave. and 16th
Strept-Your Friendly Ford Deal-

FOR SALE: Highway 8-ton
trailer, brand new. Apply at In-
versiones Generales, S.A., Ave.
Jam Francisco de-lo Ossa,No. 38.

FOR SALE:- 1950 Plymouth De-
luxe 2-dr. Sedan. Beautifully re-
finished in "Lambswool Cream."
New rubber. Step into new car
Instead of eq .f
.50. Phone Gatun 5-57

FOR SALE:--1954 ChFvralet 2-
roor del-Air. Radio, turn signals.
Like new. Call 4-404 Pedro Ml-
Fd& SALE':i4Si Ford Pickup.
/ ton., 5 months use 4000
miles only, as new. Apply Cia.
Istmenia do Plomerio, SA. Phoptl
3-3350. .'

FOR SALE:-]1953 Ford Seda.
Two-tonr grpfn, w/s/w, turn stg-
noIals, excpliant. Panama 3-0321.
FOR SALE :-1949 Packard Se- ,
dan, Overdrive, radio, heater, new
w/w tires, cleon, excellent orndl-
tion. Phone 5-403.

FOR SALE:- 1947 Oldsmobile 4
door Sedan. Rodio,j.i
, tion $450. Phone BSM

FOR SALE:--1 950
Wh it tire, g
5o. Phone 3-54 P

Real Estate
FOR SAL.E-Due to trip, wooden
house on the Pueblo Nuevo high-
wvy, 690 meters'of land. 6 rooms
upsflnfri, $3,006. Adncl4s An-
drrs R. Thonms, 29 Central
Av4. Phone 3-18^, Aportodo
3404 Panama.

FOR tALf:-Due to trip, chalet:
2 bedrooms, 1 room, 2 bath-
rooms livjng-dining room, kitch-
en, garage, porch, laundry room.
EPr)#sto 'efevrjv Ayenue No. 86.
Phon# 3-1028.

FOR SALE: Farm, 6 rec es
plain. 15 milss from crpitjl wib
two-floor chplet, fruits, wpl, riv-
er. Pinst office x 1Q37, Ancon.

FOR SALE' m--Com'rcilI corner
lot suitable for ny business, yr
god location, 1475 waters, #n4
an# lot with 3 tdroin9 hpA
and 2 lmajll hf uw, 969 m
4y 01iunf 6I r ,V
d ro t and Rio Theater.
Writsox 401. Ancon, C.Z.

. jSn. $. (UP)- 4 .E -
p &aaia ut: I 4
g e t-May

46,g two

Gibson E. C"l, Motre.l,
that men or barbers "in
enthusasm" or e o a e
Sout against the grain. r Thisn
(gse folliculitis or an in-
lkaof the depreb sns
Sras bed In all
Us across the face with
large heads flattening the
m o mund, probloyA
A much l S ,or even more," he
the urren Archives of
Dr.. tals explain-
StIof as--
"LM-. r'uns oron o *-
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pany me a ll

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r al le., e .
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Were rftl0p$ For

New Car Finiunci

$5.00 per $100.00-p, to
10 Months to POy

lt~ytes of Insurance

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S ismllaneos

FOR Ja-Um t d quaeinty 9
cubic ft. Firestone, slightly used
refrigprators. For quick sale. Bar-'
ain pric. On display at FIRE-
s0 Automobile Row.

SACIFICE: Immediate sale:
Ladl '"natural r oan c h mink"
cope@.cket, cost $1800. Will sell
for $-0. Fingertip length meas-
uring 30 inches lb 35 full
skins. Phone C 44e9l J -TG6 be-
fore 7 p.m, E,,toreyv;

" FOR" : T V. n
l60 x "5 incd ws, p sizes,
louP- 1l|0-i;nArJ
Balb hehtas gaolinp satin.
FOR ILE; --- lousheld furnl-
tur'ao 1947 Dodge Coupe in
good condition. Reason for sell-
Ingi? gving the Isthmus. During
duty urs call 87 7246 off-
duty lgsors call Panama 3-2189.

WARTED:-Dog, black and ton
femoa, Dachshund. Phone Balboa

"Help Wqnted
WAtTED: Maid, general
housework. Must l)y jpi Hoiuse
No. 786-C, Tavprnillp Stt,
/ Balboa.
ATED: -Moid. Chd cr.
in rp rpices. 5437-0, Dipbio

*uted toBuy

SUY:-Odd pieces
of Le iBt 3ulton china "Old
Le "res * (Design '3548).
PhoL alIon 1571, between 8
ent. l 6 p.m.

fEe Throws 6o"

Marquee Longis

'55 C(age Win Skreqk
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UP)-
pree tIrows source of hot dist.
pwt4 to.fcolleg, ll sea-
.arqu- lOd
k14 gAgixo -
T*he r w.ther e e ah k
st w7 Qrr ae -
uetu by I o O buth
3-70 aPe, ead-eye
curaT from the free throw
Th ese figures tell the story:
Marqueto sank 21 Of 28 free
rows' A.a sakBa of 27.
Loyofp, llylg .m a 36-32
halftli deict by i pplylng a
ull-colrt press, could deasily
lve .aved th ,a tl ,
ing stages-bst B 'I rght
traght free throws during the
at minutes of sevf

e game with ts to 23
for Loyolas' Bo nnel.
The a tw an
Tght's program lso will see
two conityrftg 4sk th-ir
rfect rof other
-mn, P Ist and
bnoerenQ y.
Utah, V' pf-nation-

si gaienesa-

lany to er see-

bwler f t heifo, ce

san roll that ba down the alley.

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WILLIAMS' Santa C oarj ch
.0ottega*4rockgas, refrigeration,
-b..._~~P l Balboo 3050.

L 4x435. Slboa.
bhone l an! 3-11r77, Crito-
bal .3-1673. i
Gromikiht, Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
- moderate rates. Phone Gomboo

past Sonta Clara. Low rates.-
Phone Balbdb 1866.

FFOR RENT:-Small chalet: living
room, dining room, kitchen, bed-
Win), b f #or one or two
P eglnr. li- 50th Straeet No.
FOR RENT:-House with three
bedrooms, sitting room, dining
room for $50. Information: Ines,"
Apartment 2, Bolivar No. 3019,
3rd Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 3 bed-
rooms, 3. bathrooms, completely
furnished $150. Bella Vista. Tel.
, 3-0082 after 2 p.m.,
FOR RENT:-For 3 months, fur-
nished chalet on the outskirts.
Phone 3-2168.
FOR RENT:-Well furnished res-
Idence: -4 bedrooms, 2 porches
and .hot water, in Vista'del Mar.
Calf 3-3099 from 8 a.m. to 12
-noon .onl frpm 4 to 7 p.m.


ATTENTION G.I.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1.
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wpter. Tel.
Panama 394941.

FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-'
ments. 'Contact. Alhambmro Apart-
merts, 10th Street. Phone. 1386,
FQO RENT- L- Small furnished,
e. otmit i bPmoutiful redntlhi
rh. 43rd Street # 13, Bell

FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-,
ment: 2 bedrooms, livIng arom,
dintng room,' porch, 2 bthrooms.
48th Street No. 27, BIdle 0 V ,
FOR RENT:- 1 -bedroom apart-
ment on Ave, Peru, facing the
pork, No. 57. Avoilob F0. 1i.
Phone 3-0746, 3-3099.
FOR RENT:-Fumished two or
ooe-bedrpom nao rtment. in Vis-
ta del Mar. Ave. Peru 68-5.
Phone 3-0276 or 3-0811.
FOR RENT: Aportmenwt, one
e d r o o m ly-diinn p rm'

FOR RENT:g--Modrn tws-b.d -
room apartment. Cold pnd hpt
water system, in El Cangrejq. For
further information Phonpe Ir
,196 -or q-42 .
9 0 eRNT:,-Furnished, 2 e
room apartment, Caow AMPEr.
Manuel Maria Icaza Street.for
information phone 3-0985.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, refrigerator, G.. Inspected.
Vie arMs # 99. Phone 3-.i4
r-NT: Furnished apt-
ment, one bedroom, living room,
kitchen bath, all screened. Tel.
FOR RENT; Furnished aport-
ment imoderote rent., transporto-
tion on Via Espefia, North Amer-
Rcon neighbors. Phone 3-04111.
'RENY: Furnmished apt."
Srett. includiah refrigerator Md
PeO.a4.rd street No. 27, Bell


NO T: i s-6hr
room. dq41e cC*uh, rBrigera-
ter, kitcen frlbjlw-tvve, bath
.. h 3-0 8.0

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FRE T: ":RT Lo'fumile-
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All convpnlences upstqjrr,
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Street. Pnime 3-0553.


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Sv*fl'o np **w^ -

law. -
er said l9 a speechbereT.
needs of the public and of te iregu-
lated industries are too great to
be denied. Too mreat a rsk is in-
volved in contlndltg on the present
inm sa Id cuts In-the FDA's
dget n re have of-
protect ^ 1f ^, .
"The oif Ogpria-
tions places a orts
to prevent oamnation 'th
nation's food a d drtsg supply with
filth, and eliminates most planned
programs to seek out violation#
which cheat the consumer," he
As an example, he said that the
FDA has had to drop check in g
products' weight, oand tests to de-
termine If water or cheapening in-
gredients have been added to food.

dA ledb A Ha From

Independence Hall

.L- A s-a larmI AIjted two
buildings and damaged tour
others in the congested whole-
sale clothing nation less than
four blocks, from Independence
Hall today.
Historic old Christ Church,
where many of the nation's
Found Fathers Worshiped and In
w"ee cchureyard Benjamin
'rankri/, ah her colonial
leaders are burled, ,was endan-
gered by the fire only a half
biock asx y :'
'Lor w oul4 a W feared the
flames would spread throughout
the section in which buildings ,
most of thmai eu.lt before the
tur, ot bhe cenur9Y, are cram-
med tightly. Rooftops were
showered by flaming embers.
A $-degrse tem erature, cold-
es of the wir, ampere the
efforts of firemen as water our-
ed. into the buildings .turned
to tce almost, a lalely'. The
'ce ,eootops and
fire dactf, (nanter ng- fire-
men but ndne-wa injured:

Psychalry Test

Sou* For"Wie

Who SUw HNr iOer

(Fips ~ ric c test. w a s
sought toaey fo* a s'second wife"
who said she shot her lover so 'no
one else could hpve )dm after she
spent six moJnths wh him in the
sae house with his. real wife and
eight children.
Mrs. Jean Lee Cabhdler, 31, con-
fessed Wedapsely she shot Harv-
ey L. ArmstroRa, Atin a fit of
jealousy Monday night.
She told police she and Arm-
strong were wed in Philadelphia
three years ago and that she may-
ed in wth Armstro., his wife
and Jildren at their home here.
Sclimed she ved with Arm.
r pAd his fam 1 for bout
six o s. She said s~e and
t g owed M Armstrong
Mrs. Ar rog denied Mrs.
Clpadler's c in. She told detec-
tves she bIh heard rumors her
husband ud Mrs. Chandler con-
suuipated a bIgamous marriage
but said her u nd denied it.
Mrs. Chancier, # rooming house
operator, admitted she emptid a,
.3f caliber automatic pistol at
Armstrong on a street here late
Monday night, took his billfold
containing $845 and left the scene
in A'mstrog's ri..
Pe was a 4i^.^.s9
after ArmstrOng'bdY, yridd
sixi bullets, Wa bin d as 0e ept
in the car parked at the'end of a
S oved i," she told police.
1W I 001,1403 Ye Nm I W
made up my minnooneelse was
'oi' qWuga her as saying
"Ihes dead I'veen
Syear t kill him.
;KJr., ptt ey ap-
pointed at Mrs. Chandler's ar-
raignment in municipal court, said
lip wants tlk o her further
but saTd'one of his first moves will
eblari mia i s RI A eadug
sla scheduri Monday.




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r For Polio Fund
ALEIGH, NC., Jan. 28 (UP)'regation to tras er to local The. U.$ vab Station. Rod-
legislative atdy aommls boards authority, for. eanrolli ng A,1 "Marchof
*eco nmen de a board re- and aMgin. p plia. Thie auF Dies ao3yl wan oby three .
r of orth Coarella's pub- .hority nmow r I eeiJ sed. by gthe.groups aof, aorted prizes will
e a laws or ittkin all ru- State oard of Education. be awarded to persons u oldin
for separation of h The leg-slaatl on proposed by tickets corresponding with the
"odgesma he o seg. last P.u a. Muber of the first,
._ tion committee has been describ- second and t $srd pri of the
ilie commission proposed leg- ad a .'local option plaa" ofr Panama I,ottery drawing of Feb.
lon which, in effect, would esdegat e ou.reas said there 12.
l't egalature a free hiad Iwoukld be "no conflict" between First prhohincludes round-trip
subsequent action the legislation already itlirouc- plan e-pane t for two to David
SThe report, in it- ed and that recommended today plus 14 other merchandise a
r t arded as a plan b the legislative study comis- wards. Second prize consists of
smo i uset up two years agby an a group of 14 gifts, while the
act of the 193 legalture. third pte as 13.
A brief summary accompany- Hodges and meet'tegislators1
the commission's report, the theld immediate comment oil Tickets e i $1 and are car-
uI lt of two years study, ex the report today pending a com- rently on male at Rodman. All,
p O that prQVIA is n the plete study. proceeds from the raffe will be
:elu st s for bi-ra al
,i g gand requirements for
THRagl S.Np FOR HILING-Mrs. Harriet ell, 31, is 11 smol.ST her chn4 n:. 1 .a sn bre oe he
1twI I a 2, and p l* e0 gbpre her kst 4ay p n nOew peo of the report, submitted
a'eter a ~e w go dester tw sesp o wt OW .Wlefre J&in, MJL Y. A lounrw med1 M1. e in the form of a legislative bill,
L C ty and NewYork Un raiey. -fO-. lo. o ny wa.-- th
expected to raketany wrecoi- FOR SALEr 1953 Chrysler Windsor 4.door
men4atUons about segregation ow Mileae lent ondi-
rnd "we didn't. although It was, Se n Lw Mileage L- E.crlent Condi-
Sdiscussed," said Fred Folger of tion Only one owner. Call Colon 800.

He said the purpose of the re- E
.ort and raO Aedm leinsla.- COLON, R. P.
won was "to get rid of obsolete

Aschools" from the counties ij0 "=-PA
1013 "We t to wuto THE BRITISH P A O F B.B.
dd wood and things thatshould
have been repealed av weren't,"

der said he felt the legislate -
otiOn recommended would give
V ICTO RIAthe legislature and the people a
more workable i e w school code He
.Ltilan of desegregation and said
econm's" on felt, ii view of
"A Rthe Suppme Court's. decisi0Na,
it ould not make any recom-
Mepdatlonus or references to the

A .Decentralization bf the re- ,
S., ,. n schoolsystem, store lninkig .i' ? Wqie V
ad modernizing is the tme 1 0
One ajor c g 1sted by '" COMRATKT4Y TROPICALIZED
the six-member commission isL
to pvlyde that the "administra-' ERMS AVAILABLE"
tion of public schools would bi-
ee Te Fa ulous, all decentraized insofar aspract- ON SALE AT
tion, so as to place more author-
roViia It In the eubty and city boards
ww Crown 0or of education."
Bills already have been intro-
duced in the' -Jegislature in ac-
cordance with recommendations
of ov.m Lther H. Hodges and a 1
special comMAte on school seg-
No. 16 Tivoli Ave.
N false 7


WIM Ba1 Seal
Pkked Up In Streel
NEW YORK, Jan. 18 (UP) -
Cars whizzed by, podestrLan
curried past and the canvas saeg
with the seal of the Federal Rea-
erve" Bank on it lay In the mid-
die of First Aeanue all Imornelg.
The first to get curious was
Arthur Goodman, a magazine
editor. He kicked it aqd It Jin-
gled. Ht aerVes tingled.
Goodman ugged the heavy
sack Into a and up to his of-
rice. "It was fantastic," he said
in. telling how it just lay there
il the street.
However, he was afraid to
areak the sea) to see what treas-
ure was Inside. The Chemical
Coprn Exchange Bank. whose
name was on the sack, was
locked when poodman called
tem. So was manager of
Wells Targe, wbeh hauls coin
kilpmepts from the Federal Res-
erve Bank to the Chemical Corm
Egchang" banks.
But neither office had any re-
pprts of any IMMu.
From Goodmfst description.
the bank thought it $ ht be
$1,000 In quarters. OoGeman's
nerves tingled again.
But when it was opened, out
fell $50 In.pennies.



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Frank Leay, former '-ai to
baRl coach at Notre Da -'t1dar
threw his support orrl a e
Louis Wolfson, an exd-gi ia
a 9

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FRENCH AMBAS8ADOR AND W ZE ENTERTAIN Dr. Gabriel Shares Solar arved .
OFFICERS OF VISITING FRENCH SHIPS here by plane from Havana, Cu. The handom, .dk -hai
The ambassador of France to Panama and Mr. Lionel a say, idnon-alelacried epote '
Vasse are entertaining with a-,diner tonight In honor o .Cnst Rica. A .agador Here
officers of the French ships "Mimosa" and "D n p rooetly n t o RI- ho mNtgomery Wro. Mo.
SThe newly appointed Costa s,_RbI
-can Ambassador to Panama, Car- "I took the
Curundu Card January 30th. The dance is echedul- los 4.la It- prieila arrived by have treat respect for .Mbeuol
Groups Holds Meeting ad from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.ri lane from m an Jose, Costa Rica, hav great respect fold.repL .of.
The Card Group o the Curun- Music will be played by the poj- onday.. s onehy told America's .t
du Woman's Club met at ihe Com- pular George Miller's Combo ad thone ghtfl A rica'su la e .s
Tnunity Building in C u r u n d sponsors for the danc~ are Capt. i g;
Wednesday morning at 9 a m. with and Mrs. Irving S. Robson of Luenhen At Americana who,p d tl.l
Mrs. Thelma Valentine, Mrs. Jen Fort Clayton, Lt. Edward Gjttel. Qm oCoila lo C "Fighting Irish" frtb
eltzen and Mrs. Alice Thrgood man of 15th Naval. District.hlp and Mrs, P U r entertanlned at "Flghting Irish" u4 b!.
is Co-hostesses. Mnr. Gittleman, Mr. d Mrs. the American Consulate in Colon, said he will bhelp set u sO
Jack Saltzman of Diablo, and Mr. Wednesday,, wth a Jarewell lunch- holder groups thU Na.
Guests were: Mrs. Ruth Bourge. and: Mrs. Zelig Blumberg of.Cu- eon i honor of Mrs. John Crock- ton n support 1
oks, Helen Favrot, Maja Nording nidu. er, who left.yesterday for a six tis-borin buppers wondef Wf I- .
d Mr i A ltm r Memb Military personnel and their month vacation in Sn Francisco. aborn business wond
present were: Mesdames: Maria faumlies are cordially invited. to trols a00 million dollu-.Leamrt.
Locke. Ann Crook, Dana Hinely, attend. -The guests included Mrs. Dur's
Melnnie B echat, Benatoiz Mi, Margarita Spring Mrs. A. H. B. Perkins, Mrs. C. S. n the University of GeOrga fe
Lillan Steman, Mae Wentzel, Fair, Feb. 12 McCormack, Mrs. John C. Ker- ball team in the early f isg ,
Alma Starret, Virginia H a l -Committees of Holy Fam i1y nick ,Mrs. Anita Naff and Mrs.
Carolyn Au Buchon, Mary Whitus, Church, Margarita, are preparing H. J. lies. Ironi a grd ury
Ann Merson. Lorraine Zent. An: for the annual Spring Fair to.e RECEIVESP- Lt Col George MMcKevy (left)co- Woson down the path to mlloar
nabelle Leap, Heloise Heath E. held on their church grounds, Feb. andin Officer, h Field Artillery Battalon, presents a
e Charlotte Kenned, A- 12 13-and 14. Visitors rrom plaque from members of the 504th to Capt. Frank H. elffert, He injured hs shoulder -ina
lice Thurgood, en Meitzena year the Fa will be n The Netherlands 504th FA battaeol~ motor officer, on the occasion of Selffert's game against Yale, cutting out his
Thelma Valentine. three days instead of two. Satur. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrik Van't Veld retirement after 28 year's Army service. The ceremony took chances to become a profesgi'al'
.ma -f elay a alernoon, Feb. ath m 1:00 of GelderMalsen, The Netherlands, place at Lifeliner Field, Fort Kobbe. (U.S. Army Photo) football player.
Mr.' and Mrs. John Lloyd 0 5:0o .m1. will be the Cldren's arrived on the iltbuus over the
Here From Chitre opthay. Atday Suanday .ieb. 3th weekend and will remain here fortomo
Mr. and Mrs. John Lloyd haveand :Molday evening thefibth from one month, They are the house- Wa odre ison, whoWill be 43tomor
fro io m,,ga eggs, ft" EaE e e~n bh 15e US ir ForeDPlans Atom-Powered row, borrowed 10,000 and
arrived in Panama from Chitre. 6:0 f. till closing will be the guest of Mrs, Etelina Van't Veld row, borrowed and went
They are visiting relatives a n d aysogeneral patronage. and sa James. into the Junk business. Thus he
friends in Panama City. ere will be the usual games o started his phenomenal career o
of skill, hoopla, fish pond, parcel They. have been visiting the U- tla Oore parlaying various company ee hold
March Of Dimes' pest booth aen several booths fil- united States for the holidays and iing into a vast empire.
Theme For Dance led with dolls, flowers and naiive will return to their home in The into a t mp
A. "March of Dimes" theme *wl caft and also-as grand display of Netherlands after their visit in Lea as een eeutie
highlight the lt edesdcakevens at pies Fo. PanmLeahy has been executive i os
highlight the monthly orchetrni Ueade cakes and pies. Panama. WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP)- "We have hope that his will be president of E;othermie Allays
daFce at the USOiJWB Armed -S- -M The Air Force is planning an atom- a truly intercontinental weapon
Forces Service Center, d'a'y, SUapria w b ,., powered intercontinental bombing fireing us from the dependence of Co. of Michigan City, nd., for
Foesr s Keown se (Ftoknmore oer mey news please fleet that would free the United overseas logistics (bases)," he nine months, heading sales opera.
Msb, n turn-to oie* 9) States from. depaedenc--on over. said. tions for the firm which makes in.
.. man has bedn met-.ore TarlyuFebr eqe sa bases, Gen. Nathan E. Twin.
man has b setfore d ary Feb- Requiem Mass ing said yesterday. Talbott's warning of a need for gredients for .apial. st ..e
ruary, was doea sith o r- s At the same time, Air Force urgency in developing intereonti- said he owns about 1000 shares of
p sil verin sty n e For R oemo Sunday Secretary Harold E. Talbott said mental guided missiles carried the Ward stock.
I rdnesday evening at the ort it is "Imperative" for -this coun- clear implication Russia is speed-
SNvy ocs AtLefevre Church try to beat Russia in the crtical ng work on the sare type of Wolfon's fight fr the g t
Ss club, race to develop city-wrecking in- cean-spanning weapons mail order firm comes to a show-
edbuffettable with Mrs. R Jones A equem mass In memory of tercontinental guided missiles with He noted htat the Reds took 0- down at the annual meeting April
S-. bele M t an .i Si s pr re cthydrogen warheads. ver the entire German V2 rocket i Chicago.
and Miss annie Smith presdin President Jose AntoDo Nemon Bot Air Force offieals testi- Installation at Peenemunde in 1- 22 i Chicago
at the tea and coffee service. The will be sponsored by the Parque fied before the Hose Airred Serv- 45, including many German rock
Guests numbered seventy five Leferre Improvement Society ices Committee, which is review- et scientists involved in missile re-
esse e: Ms. D. Ha Sunday m in at 8:0 in the ing the nation's overall defense s arch. i q n
ed,'Mrs. C. AmmiratlR Mrs. F. Chu Sh Of 8', "ohn aptiste de program. t nianrsng fatefesheesaid.
Mohl, Mrs. R. Jones, Mrs. l "This glaring fact" he sid,
S. ThompRson, Miss Vannie Snlth, ec eo aPinelReson h er s av e cst r critical "In addition to the nmown ability U u
Miss Beatrie Reyes Miss Ero- Mr. e Pine Remon, the eye on r military manpower of the Soviets to produce fusion
belle McCarty ad Mis Sis Bradjr. slain Prilt' s widow, his rela- cutordere by the administration. weapons (H-bombs) makes it im-
S--rtives, Assemblymen and mem- Twining, Air Ace chie[ of operative that our country be theBA
Cuban Ambassador bers of the Mutual Aid Society staff, said i cult engineer- irt to possess operational long-
Arrives From Havana and :other organizations have ig llois A be an I ge ballistic'guided) missiles." Don't lot a bad0oughkdraiy
Cuban Ambassador to Panama, been Invtted to attend the mass. 'at~o we ie er he United States is known to vanity -. d m ake yu tfel wea
Btt-le said" developing a guided missile haduste. Get qulAekrrtet.. at~
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nd Murdered Rubenstein, Cops
Srlit cord, With lawyers Rubinsteil, Ruasian-b aorn of said the bodywas discovered by mansion with Rubinstein, and that than ever" la the last few m ns ,d
0- w around ;h ,"h'a former advibaes to the 71rW 1a31t the1 bulter, WWam Porter, who Rubinstein was in "high spirits" II was, tal estate,
b qtt dl aaow er tcee. jeemn assaulted in the street five went to Rubi room at 8:30 when they parted shortly after 7: excess of i e mM Ma
.Ra n e -- a -eai t ,wastaolng depoa -'rth ago drag sa attempted a.m.. to awaken him. 130.m. oil, real esai ad i erU
he tdnian s Canrt Rebekhh- N nef attended a -n f0odlin 10,000 extortlon lo Adamn said the attacker had left Rubinstein was the son of a St. deals.
Se1 ki. ut AaUa, & p u*wa8 ve -- -A &_ ,...t !a was found lying n .. *, a stock brker, said the room "tdpsy-turvy," but had Peteruburg banker. The family He ws found guilty of dra
clOsed 1stafla iotAi recetly n Mr.s bI oack l. hr third- tory oed Rubinstein b three d not ditub crossed the ce t land 1 evasion in 1eT for dcamsl .mp1.
* wew Msemorial on a ala K.B. W ait as aturuay at toe whe ad mattress agan reetly aad .u ed that He ,sam the slayer apparently with lo-yeaerold Sere carrying -as the sole ouputn ofsa
>ad. : aubstationa ,atG ut by the B tbeiti 'fto une of th "one of a n busaess e- had gaiad entry withui erc- valuable securities Insid the Un- two children and his mother,
matterr C; Cardsan, District De. JanUtic Q Qk Rpioyea Asocl- ma beds a"eoutt of sever mis s responsible" for his alay. Ig amy doeers widowsI the. ings of his clothe. that he had no assets.
ty overign Grand Master, was Uon. reau drawers spilled about thge in. It was not known If Stanley mamslm amd pn lM bad Igme Serge was edIes Egland At hi trial the .governm
.jaces Lnd seaged tI~ef east. mr. G omas.w mw i r. gave police any lads in their straight t bedroom. N ee where he war student showed Rublastaoe actually mee, '
ihe instalog dfeers Wre: Of cer.em is for the evn m, ,tr5I2 But noti.was missing from search for the killer. else t tlh e ba had heaI d a at Cambridge iMerslty. ed at least 00,000 la one yea
ae Waaa.me, Past lWable ad ando ta. W flve-tory town house which Neither Police Commissioner souid during the alght. He entered the banking business and tax official later v
Deity Lardea; John Wi l. Vand la, .c' +, +" treasures. charge of the investigation, nor er Stella and af 82-year.old aunt, and in 1936 was expelled f rom350,000 m U. S. Treau eer'
msP.N.G. Deputy. Treamr; mr, M" in's reim.th l .- . ; .- any other police official would Genia Forrestir, were asleep in France on th. ro ii apecula- cates.
., enanbr, r'Nip ,e y c.de eraics.ve WqupnqpayM dntMt t I U, i Staltey I. Stanley, a business disclose what they felt was the mo- other bedrooms. tions were endan the franc. Rublnstein's wifeformer New
cretary; Pyilfai Turner, WG and Mrs. McGihn Ir same-appe de._t -Wa S.-r L'aftth Z..eeat e of the slan fnamcler Uve behind the slaying. Porter and Isabella Hughes and He returned to land. In. York model Laurette Klbor, d
..,e tuarn; Jessie Ablrignt, morrow on the "Criatobal." r. whO- msadd we 4 R-biusteln was murder. The canny finanieer, who once Catherine Petka, the resident maid creased his maets gained con forced him in 149 while he stl
G Deputy Cha l a C ,,Wa's re Wih bwof ,, nr teoh .. by a hired killer working for was deported from France for his and cook, also spent the night in trol of a 6.4ullon-d r Manchur was in prison and wbo. custody
rs. PH De Marsal. efutre F tb.- r.. .' '1 adlete. H bsiHness dealing, had been facing the house. ian-Ameriea i tion, then the children, Alexandria, is now
Ige i e: N e .bu A had "many ene. deportation since conviction to Scores of police swarmed into came to the. Ui Sttes 1938 and Diana. The couple had ma
U veSnSe ;ce% ob-. .p In bulmsess, draft dodging In 147. He h a d the handsome house opposite Cen- after conve.r hia. alets t Japa- ried in I1..
Grand, 35lo e S.i ForViamt5I .. an CJiwIS*** tl. as bMn threatned many fought the tine order all trial Park within minutes of the nese yen.'lIN,*beW he liquid.
eas, JoWi e atPast Nob t. fAiex. .Jorge aae r81 A n the way to the Supreme Court. first report of the sla In. dated his buldIngs, he was believ-
Grand,l ET l hab.pilan, a eocklparty t r- t..Dist. Atty, Alexander Her. He also wasacsed several Stanley, who aved shortly ed to have personal fortune of
.y ,rarer Wn. Lena --- ,*, s '*, ,- d o"o r w4 a lsaid Rublnstein was killed years ago of a 3miliob-dollar afterward, told reporters he had 5 million dollars.
nas Co-du, R th taus; of Mr. n Mrs. Orlaamn n ."_ 1 ? aeUte between night and stock fraud, but won an acquittal, attended a business meeting with But Stanley said Rubinsteln
Ler Guardit IditnVss Outer woo ar G I th W"ee ubla t et Staley said Rubinstein al so Rubinstein In Wall Street Wednes. had amassed a oertune "greater
lardian, wim Dobson R alept blue silk pajlasm 'Plice began questonig three was quite confident be eventually day night, and that the financier
0. IncilleSmith, PNG.; iG,, Men's Bal.K.ale Th Were IO Treoport t R- ime Iatleding a youg bru. would win his appeal to stay in was planning to fly to Miami
. iole.-i*t'NG R. V. G" At Coco "l nte m~"saehlbt Wed -ee the finasneler had dated this country. tomorrow. \
aqde chard' PNG LSVG i ue .-sqc Reselve. AssocT t o, Imine froin the nigftecubowhere Wednesday aight. Police Commissioner Adams Stanley said he returned to the \ /
..e Alns ortru. Branch 59, i sponsoring a UMI's he dined n.pA 41d a with a Detectives said Rubinsteln's wal.
. mong the many members press. ,daLe ase, to be nei u n ne avy ,iv betul brunette Welnaday let was missing from h Bevenin ^I"
it were the recently Installed Exchange, Coco Solo, 0900, Mon. -ight, but it offered no a lue a clothes. Hence robbery was no L -
oble Grand from Cristobal Re- lay, a. 31. Al pruceewo to go to how -t.e murderer my have discounted as a motive, but they
kah Lodge Mrs. Helen Stern and to the National Foundatlm for entered the house. said the r:.ying appeared to have A /
r vice grand, officer, Mrs. Mar- infantile Paralsis. Plee said an employee of been caed by "more than that." I ~
irer Sclhuberg- th ol nghtclub,R NIne's a e, A Wall sLfe in the bedroom had f dr
Also presented were Mrs An- Creative Wr.tini Class report that as lad not been disturbed. l
Powell P.N.G. from Arizona At YMCA .0 and hi company, The three women taken to a p6-
Id Mrs. Made Meeks P N G A class in Lreative Writing will Gardner, pulled away from the lice station for questioning l er:
m Fort'Cobo. Okla. who are begin'hday, Janary 31 at the club i a taxi, another taxi Estella Gardner, a brunette SLL Bl L
siting on the Isthmus' a.iooa kGOIA-uu,. Mitinary o parked down the street started sales-woman said to be In her 20s, v 9 B A
I civilian personnel who are later. up and followed them. with whom Rubinstein dined J
A dinner preceded the Installa.' sLeu in uscussiur. and pracuce Miss Gardner was reported to Wednesday night. They were re- O a
mn; the banquek.bhll was deeorat. in the techniques of the short have told.police that she accom- ported to have left a ni ht club
with carnations and pink cor. 'sory are invited to attend. paniled Rubinstein to his home, about 1 a.m. and returned to his r I 1
vine with green fern. The class will meet for two atayed or about 15 minute'and home. Polcee believe Miss Gard., -S K W 5 --
hours every Monday from 7:30 to then lft, with Rubinstein escort- ner is the last person, other than
,rthday Party 9:30 p.m. in the Second floor class ing her to the street and Into the killer, to have seen him alive.
Laura LyrTne Seeley daughter room of the YMCA. Other forms a taxi. Patricia Wray, also In her 30s, i .
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Seeley of Creative Writing will be con- Peolee said Rubinstein, for an attractive blonde, who was a .
Crcelf relebreted her third sidereu aepenaing on the needs of er "boy wonder" of flamace, had secretary at Rubinstein's Trans- __ .'
-hday last Sunday. the class. been smothered. A serva It era Petroleum, Inc.. and was said .. #
wo aunts Misses Tine ant' nnue may enroll by alling found the body la the disordered to have dated Rubinstein at one
.rflotte Kilbey were present with Balboa 2753. bedroom. time, but not recently. '
- great aunt Mps. Florence Lee, The victim was trussed up In a And Stanley's wife. IW ELICTRIC ARM
. K.bev and Mr. and Mrb. Uf .Lrstooau women's Club J L- l t I CLOCK
N. Seeley.. ,,"The executive board of the 6 oI1 vuu cOFl
Cdren at the part: were; Pat CrisL oale oman a Lub wAiL meet SHOWING.AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER *v. I OinT 00%P1,19CoOM
Jo aus, .Vet her, a Monday evening, 3 THEATERS TONIGHT KIN -lRATION DOG FOOD s. M c UAi0TY0DFNODIsIIT
Re e. Garnet Hill. Martha eS- i:30 p.m., It Lne Red Cross buld. 'I
ant. ad Laura's borther, Glenn Lg in Critobal." e s Oov 4 f5 7:55 DA TmS.6: o. CHLOROPH1LLIw Ot Onyi nml aches h..h wit.
e,"'irn- nem re,*ar 6eetingof BalbaO4456157:5azingBnew.CH:1 :15M
the CristobalOman's Club will A -o r "STUD INT]PRINCE" with am / noww C OROPH LLINOi
r. and rs. Joe Christopher e helu on Wcnesuay I o. 2 at Cnemacp Cler NO O cheerful, clear ell alarm.
n New Grandpateat. 2:00 p.m. at the Red yross build- -a '.s.R a DgAt" uuhatnn- U A ENDS IAn
A son, Barton rieA, was boe to ing in Cristobal. 'ihe guest speak. Pedro M e ,.6:1 30 Right time, aulet e. Avail- .
r. and Mra. Ja*k Van Hoose Lr will be Mr. Juan Palomeras oft l
n. 19t. tNew a1ama,fl Indlan. rench Bazaar in Colon. His "SARACEN BLADE T ow-f-eed your dog Ken-L o, the dog i W able with lumoudial and
rs. Van Hoose 1i the, former t will be "Arteraft of Eu- e o Tfood that give him complete nourishment wo an
*bewa rtp e.9
,oo-1ed -tow- rp. 1calh 04 .GAMBOA 7:4. lu the amazing benefits of chlorophyllin, Nature's US15 Y."MOI i hands. See you dealer today
elan at Colon 1olital. er 328, N.A.R.C.E. "RIMFI" purier. THAN A PO0A1 O Of n for Bantam and othe0 wid-.
The n aternal grand p r e nt s. A Selgd om ;eneal enroll- Saturd L G '"IDIAL FOR COMPLETI NOUNISHMilT O AND Tl k d ch
pular Mr. and Mia, Jose .ph jent of. new members will ha GATUN 7:00M NO WA mou c
ristopher of Disabhuare at pres- bold At the pacific ServiieaLenter, "REAR WINDOW'" -.. -L-Ration is p ion-made by W aestclox.
Svsitiatg-4be V aldboe ho~e pstatr v auesfays Heb.,1 ,a.,p ,, lBan red at I..co cu of U. S. Government r seab s. r ear a e prison raTe o BI.
ewcaaftle. I'be-arre hedBl.e- Dues from members who are I ai '.msCthe .Noawtn-dog fobd that "
Ito sail from Now .-0n1 w,. al ready enrolled will be *coAecie U... A hA j4as th vf h7
The natemagllat.-grauatrth.lb- at t.e pampe time. All interested |rtil"* "A.T : .T s-io. .sAND- i w tha K1 c
1i Mrs. 'J. L.Rise o San are urged to satted. G ADI ATRS" sim hlorophyllin. And the wonder part of Itll ad llA
ancisco de la Caleta. Su-- 3s urdi "aC c U.3 cemlesepu 0olo8r b that Ken-L-tRaton rinp you this treandom ads.i .. ..
Feed-the-Goose o WrAL CST See, Iil, u.A.
enin Gilad Plans Th Spring Festival Committee S g, "ta PACM", -a benef t NO EXTRA COT.
ite ale of te evening Gudid of the Ca. W Aude MCleaRY. gSu.an CASOT Ift you've been feedigyour dog ecrap W l Ce Ltd.
A dozen members of St. Luke's 'thedsal of St Luke's met recently CRISTOBAL "ARIDE CLEAR OF DIABLO" th naetoschbenz aoppetiainxg,outritioun&eir Peierbeough, a.,Cen.
ening Qild met recently t o t.conclude plans for "Feed-the. Al.-co.ui RIDE CLEAR OF DIABLO ata n.I 'thcshaeoMpeetln t ti l i ei
n a White ElepIait Sale-one Go.re,' one of the attractions the i:ts s8 :gSaterday -QUO y 'VArIS" .Rtati..IW theeasy",iOBOwCal, Wn, I I no Pm/ Nome
the attraction the group will puid will operate at the Spring t ha lthy ouriahsnent .sd ht the same rid i Ii TNim -e
Isor at'the F hAn.nual Festival, an Saturay, Feb. 5, LA BOCA 6:15 8:05 6"ELL BELOW ZERO" liWMof doWl breath and body odors fr e. .
ring Festival at )orjnp' 4Gar- it Morgan's Gardens. y__- Kmen-LR.-ation with ehlorophyUlin today. M Re irentattve:
.,. M iraflores, on 88TUrrd4a y..The committeeeincluqd Mrs. E- aIert o dogon It and make him a healthier, VJUNIVERAL .OT _O_.
-. 5. .'zabeth MNevin, chairman,nd SANTA CRUZ 6:15 3:00 CAMP BIRED :157 7:50 tart your dog Jt ever h a Fran' S
SMrs. Elvira Byrne, Mrs. R No Te Ofend Bestri" "BRIGHT ROADco on than ver- every w Ae.
Al. manur' 'of ot'Jec a're ex- Get Mrs. Eleanor Horn, Mrs. A-, Te Ofe__ns____t__"
acted to be offered to visitors at nita Villaquieran. Mrs. Re-a Sar- 'g
sale. Planning the feature e tain, Mrs. Frances Getman, Miss ARAISO 7:55 TE MAD MAGICIAN- K N A A TIO N
r. JUils aet MNeqvn .c hai i Elizabeth Gunby, Miss Jennl"s "--_ M liA ,-,EiE AI .
n., anda s. Frances Getrana, Johannes, Mfsis Ann Allnut, MiNs ___._ __ _ e d i u I Ih
liquieran, Mrs. Eleanor Hom. Withers. '_____ -_-'____-
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1s. Ruith! GW 'Mrs.. UTv FeeU LUe-Go-ae is a popular at-
r"ne, Mibs Jospebhi-' Withetes, traction for children. It will be
aiss' Eunice Monroe, Miss Anm'part of a midway-style fun-strin
"nut. Miss Jennie Johannes, and that will offer entertainment and
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,, 0CmD FORCES LEAGUEandiTroops d Aelo, Ouido and .-, V._lm10-.Lnht' 8
S Jose Mainieri's vastly improved Irish-bred four- sthaua Pet. us o om ao w nto". ,._-- .sm.a _
L e. e8rrfO~lenn sparked Clayton's 1 on .F=~pt 1 ..~rre~n u I
year-old bay horse Blakemere tomorrow afternoon a Troo 1 ..12 2 .857 -s wnnIn ttc over the A's. m B" 108 -Deends on meed I.
Aral .... 9 5 .643 3 clouted-a triple a a three-run ---
"shoots for his third victory in a row since rounding A h a 9 5 .643 3 homer a the Vetowra overcame a R-1 gr upi gm ri&. I
into the best form he has enjoyed since arriving on rt clayton ... 8 8 .429 6 3e1 lead -in te oth. d t"Mm pote 1
K'the IsTthmus. "(e s'o lo .... 4 10 286 8 Larry bto. Larry 6esy- "
us Army Atlantic ..2 12 .143.10 mour and CbtBW arngen each 1-Patrotlca R Gome la 118 early -id L
The Luis Rodriguez-trained animal is sure to be Reslts Wednesday got two hits for the A'a. Seymour 2- Odak B. N; o B. 10i.,pel 6
'te mutuels choice in the featured $600 seven-fur- e Ia Troops 17, Coco Solo 4 rove In two p,. .-?t-a V. g
,,ng sprint for Class "C" imported horses at the LitFort Kobbe 4. Albrook AFB 2 -mora r.od 0 x-ot, -
,an Franco race track. s saturday Littl L-ogue -Mr. roo-! t ,L
Albrook AFB at Army Atlantic Litt le 'O .r. A. Tea10--othng to indleste 10.
+ ;.Slated to oppose the hard- Last week Goyonder was the l(2:30) 8--aucha0 Ban. 112--Knok a t~t(qldoor
thinning British thoroughbred mutuels choice over the mile ... Fort Kobbe at Coco solo (2:301 --aun Moon K. Fliors 11 -Ln over'd
;Jare Brademin, Dark Sunset, Ma- distance. Vicente Ortega, who ',| Speulal Troops at Fort Clafton PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE .
ode'e, Goyonder, H gh Heaven has ridden Mrs. Loly de Lazzar- ' OeSdy (7:30) 3rd Race "I" Native O% PT f .- _
nd Lion's Claw. In's horse his last two times out, Sunday Team Standinkn ONE B
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Bradomin, a recent South will do the booting. Open Date. Teams W L Pet.
merlcan acquisition of Antonio Majestic, which will be ridden Spur Cola 6 1 .851 1-Liboria. F. Godoy 105--Notofflat r "f .
sklltisen, was an impressive by unpAedlctable JulloRodriguez, :J.-, 4 Round Man Jose Rosario pitch- Lincoln Life 5 1 .833 --Valaria R. Vas. 118 -Could score ga
inner last Sunday in his sec- is a newcomer scheduled to make e d Fort Kobbe to its fifth police 4 2 .667 3- u Fru L. Giral. 118 -Rate aa
iond local start. He will be a hard his first local start. '. straight win as the Lifelners Elks 1414 1 4 .200 4-A- pa B. Agul 113 -Muthue famrte e
cise to beat. Reports indicate Dark Sunset and speedy High beat Albrook's Flyers last night. Gibraltar Lit 1 5 .167 5-(Jal I. F.-Hldal. 105 -Noton recent fom
.,t he hah shown further im- Heaven will be going in the role. 4-2, to gain a tie for second in Seymour Agency 1 5 .167 -(Btu Flea A..-onga. 97x--sially qut suddenly a0
I vement during workouts. Ap- of r a n k outsiders. If High _....... ..,,.. .... ,: the Panama Area Armed Forces .
noticee rider 'Andres Gonzalez. Heaven returns in her best form JOLTIN JOE BROWN baseball race, both now three Spur Cola 6, Pole e 1 t v g
ei piloted him to victory, will she could run away from this Stil Thum Hard games out. Battle f6r first -place. In the 41h .I Imported R7 g: WSLM P elsMe: I1
*,ce more be I the saddle, field. Longshot specialist Hector *,.r 0Rosario limited the Flyers to Pacific Little Lague resulted In
.ion's Claw, second to the Im- Ruiz has the leg up on Dark five hits while defending cha- a clear cut teof for the Cola 1-0or an .
S ved Vulchnizadb last Satur- Sunset while Relnald Gomez will READY TO GO New Orleans' classy lightweight contender ion obbe got to stylish Sgteve lads, by the count, of 6-1. 2-sOur ancy Pres. 11 -Ran well lat t .
is another which should be guide High Heaven. Joltin' Joe Brown is fit and ready for his important engagement plao, the Albrook ace, for seven The Issue was settled in the -AtorIa A. Yas 10 -Return from lyof 10-
KlslQ, theigbrooeaven.for seven The issue was settled In' the --7saandalo J. Reyes 1 -rfrsmdypn
'the thick of it all the way. Another interesting race on the Sunoay night at the Colon Arena against Isthmian welterweight hit. first inning, with two down three 4-.Sir Bao J. Rrs 118 -Prefer muddy r n -.
ular jockey Blas Aguirre will card is the ninth in which Barge champion Tito Despalgne. Joe will try to spot Tito nine or ten In other contests Wednesday, successive hard blows by Roy .--Ros.rea r1 was re m v
the Cuadra Mexico star. Royal, Fan. Merry Slipper and pounds and still administer a licking to the rugged Panama 147- Incoal Troops administered a Watsonu Curty cichwarzrock and Y oserea A. Van .108 -fB erly sped 4.
,. Goyonder, third behind Vulca- Fol will match stirdes. This six- pound king. Despaigne, who has trained harder than ever for 17-4 beating to Coco s olo, the Joe Prtl netted two runs. 1-anlo0 nL. 01ral. 117 J- t mlowe mere 4-
,0lhado and Lion's Claw. could and-one-half furlongs Class "E" this bout, is in excellent shape also and expects to pull one of Braves playing their fifth game oe second Franke Ammi- 8"-hucunaque Mena R. 1Wx- _r ey "ready" < 4"
praise bv.,gttnJi up in time tol $550 sprint promises to be a rip- th- biggest surprises in local sports history. The semifinal will Brfve s an d t or t Ca meo In the second Frankt e Amml- h--L. Lady J. PM pl 306 = arl dangelb g be$ 1
12"re in t ,shorter distance. sporter from start to finish. be a return match between up-and-coming Rodolfo (Beau Jack in five days, and Fort Clayton .ati got In hot water by hitting
~ I Francs and the veteran Sammy Medyina, now in the midst dcioned Army Atlantic, 11-5. obby Dilfer, who was taken to h ":
,, ,fhaosuoeThe rwaback. T, top three entries are pair- the hospital, Pu. Is okay now. 5th Ra "A&B" Native 7 pl. i11Po li :
i f asucessul om(bac. -ed against the bottem trio in Zelnick was sate on an error and
` OX I0 I e FrrFirw ays -0" Saturday games. Albrook is at Freddy Chase drove in.two runs 1-Don Goyo C. Chaves 109x--Wider han BU -
T i e Rs T |YArmy Atlantic and Fort Kobbe and scored himself later on due 2-Portal R. Vs. 124 V -aChan.6 -,.lifw
-- -|-- r 0 iis mat Coco Solo in the afternoon to a fielders choice. 3--Black Gold F. Hidal.- 1 -iht we
I &iger R ags games and Troops and Clayton No player in the Spur Cola 4-ConceJal J. Bravo 118 a -Ji td cr. eyr
MOOT & PAREDES INVITA- alnst Tony Jankus. Gamboa's clash in the night fray at Clay- lineup swatted more than one 5--Yoilkto F. Oodoy 100x-N to reSomml4 S1
FTATIONAL TOURNAMENT d west handicap golfmatch ert, and this ton Field hit, it was one of the Junior 6.-(Petite V. CatU. 118 k bet f
First round matches are und from the In fact you wa a nt to watch. - In Wednesday's feature, Kob- Cops, namely the stellar fielder 7-(Don Orau 0. Ban. 105 .-Dangerous ean aerto g.!
way hweed andfrom the In fact you wllwant to watch By TREVOR SIMONS in conjunction with the many be ot to Kislo for a three-spot Priester who got two hits.
rocking' chair here on the Gam- them all. You don't even have to activities scheduled for the day in the third. Don Piersma was Curty Schwarrock, pitched the -- -
'boa Golf lubhouse vranda.lDonlkParosndtheacourseto watch ro RacepitImpdrtede
'boa .o'f Clubhouse veranda. it walk around the course to watch Welcome to the interscholastic celebrating the 100th opening of hit by a pitched ball and got to entire game for, the winners, tiee Imported Fa.tr: $11.14 Pel elemgs: S;
'st like any onen can win. the play at Gamboa. Just sit on baseball season. For the lack of the Panama Railroad, second when Ernie Lennon was yielding only three h~ts, for the Fis Race af the Double
at's the nice "thing about the veranda, slpping a cool one, something to write about, orl Cristobal has a youngster with tate on an Albrook miscue. Then vanquished cops, Frankie AmmL 1I-Tiger's Teeth R. Vas. 110 -hould be elo i
SMatch play golf, you start out and watch all 18 holes being rather some Intelligent .:eason'a good curve ball and enough Lloyd Wilcox belted a triple to ratl went the distance, but was 2-Courtly p. Men 107 techan
ee we k ith--cleo lpty Pav d.M ena R. l P ~ e h ~ a $
,e4 week with clean slate., played, for the sudden ending of the i- Ispeed to be effective. Wayne score, both runners and scored tagged for x feetles 3-C.deOato B Agui 12 dor'o '
Tom either play a new opponent There have been so many com-.. Bi Bt. A e' n wth"'gu" -Hrlt.lt hrl1
ehrh playa ...o n Thee .... be ...... o ,^._yo-terscholastic basketball seagonin Wall might be the answer tn on Bill Wood's single. Both PIt .ers we.e stingy with 4-Regal Bliss L. Olral. 118 --om Indlettes
:9r have been illim-'nite pliments on the starting of en- a most unsatisfactory manner, Cristobal's pitching problems Kisio helped get a run bask base-on-ball., Curty donating 5----Postinovich H. RUIZ 106--Dang us thi.time
,,MaJor"Shine's tie medalist,' tries that we lust, have to con-. Tger Rags took a short vacation which begun a couple of 'years for the Flyers in.the fourth when .one fret pass, Wh..eRe.fankle 6-My Dear F. Hidal. 105 --Lonphot poibtl
sore anrd ,uerHn eod y r e o -roa 1eFitzohn N eyfor to and is nowmback withscomments go when Tommy Hughes w a a he was hit by a pitched ball with 'handed..uttwo .... h .. 7-PD. Club C. Chavez 10.CWhae p d
siass ... -: n .theforthcoming baseball sea-lgiven his diploma. To back uthe bases loaded. .la ac..In e e Cro- --- '" -'
._ Pa ..........43ssuch.a.amiiar.ur onthson that finds the school sehed- Wall, and In case Palumbo de- But the Flyers couldn't muster u.n,8 Cqrty had ten and Frank 7th Race "(10 Impon d FPp r- 1li 1 ,
Ohiae 434 354 54-35 offers thdoht th had made ule without two names,.Balboacides to go with someone else,much else against .all -leaguer. .. p er i aed fe the D l ,
Shine 434364524-35 gersthkeoug they h a alHigh and Cristobal High. The is Wambo Lung and strong-arm-oRosario, who fanned nine and BPUR COIA .
-r 6 -3a 72 mistake and come to a ball^ absentee, as yet unannounced ed Kaiser Bazan', though it Is walked three..... ,_ ,cR. ,g. 2 1 0*g 'Xo*,,
3^ S4' 544137+35-=72 meant e otr through the local dailies, will be unlikely that the latter will got .Klpio tripled. in the seventh la.yers . ?- B 0 .M l. .9
that card. Not Harry Hart, chairman of the Junior College. the nod because of his value In and scored on Joe.Acevedo's oqt- 3. hWieo2, as 3 4 1 1* A.
l tonl. wo bole and Smoot & Paredes tournament Why the schools recreation de- the, .out.ed. Sotsop e feld fly for the other Albrook R. Watson, a 3 1 S-Bar One A TReas "--iM- [
T _ln l ying committee, said that solmany apartment haseven bothered with who m te er e ox and Frank chwarzrock, p 2 1 1 6-Vertlcordla A& V.s 1 iy
iglo e 7ctfor ng to the way signed up he was afraid we scheduling a baseball season for/ h dez w h Pcme to th e Tie rsri l d.n. l e xoadan F Prill, b 2 a --Proud Pearl MenR. 1l0 _e
,1 wk .hld qutL would run out of score sheets. 1 55 Is beyond me. With only "" a Rathgber, 3b 3 0 0 -RoseHip L ---. 1l 1
S Major Shine is the Special Many thanks to Hart and all four games and two teams the seems ready for interscholastic forthe 'Liners. .. Caldwell, c 3 0 1 i. ra .
'Bervce Office at Ft. Clayton of his noble assistants, race would seem rather point- competition I..... "r Perantie, If o 1 0 bth Bae "H" Imported 7 pPritet "tn ead wl a,
Major Shine is playing Dick And thanks to all of the en-.less and particularly so when the But Cristobal's st r o n g e s t made his first start for the ace- Dilfer, If 0 0 0, -^" ,
.Goodman who is no slouch on trants. We hope you like the Pacific side entry is sure to be points, both defensively and it settng T oopsa auccessu one Edmondson, rf 1 0 1 ".
.the golf course, so this looks like tournament because it's for you loaded with talent on the field the plate, will come from their as he scattered eight Braves zelnick, rf 2 1 0 I-A. Falmar J. Phllips 110 -Closed fat lst-week 5-
,a real match, the golfers. If you didn't quality and in reserve. hard-hittinb and excellent blows. .. Whitney, If 1 0 0 2--Marianina A. Vas. 11 -Closed even fater '.
Doctor Gerrans is matched a- better luck next time. The reason for Junior College's catcher, Gene McGaughey,v and The Troopers, m meanwhile gotI 3-M. Rouge V. Orte. 113 -Imp.roving steadily I
refusal to play in the 1955 inter- first-baseman Bill Price. Price in toatwo Coco Solo hurlers for 17 Totals _27 4-LordBasur Rt 1y sM -
scholastic race might he inter- particular has been one of the safeties, six for extra bases. Gal ... 5-Cadrino B. Agul. 112-Ran well Inat
einMiller. playing In te outfild POLICE S---irenze M.!Roy"
1 testingg to know, particularly so most sonslstent hitters not only fior pinj u.ayn er OLICE --r M. ReY 1 --ae eeollett efouflrtl I-
when this writer has definite against school competition, but for nje Bo d ri -" o' orr Browne rf 1 0 0 1- uoVadisa F. Hidal. 19 -Do not overlook '-
Sinformation that their players also against the more experienc- of the hits to drive In four runs. BDe r 2 0 0 1--. Darling L traL. -Could ee p ri -
are very active In the Pacific ed pitchers of the Atlantic Twi- -e or ,v. Romp, 3 1 1 --,Ig's Up R. Vas. 10 -Grp eemjtaoe togh B.
STwilight League. But It never- light League. With Perez at sec- Mirman s slammed a triple r e
o neH^^theless remains oneof the many and baseeMcGaughey behind the .and to .. AmmlraU, p 0 0 th Race "E" ,, ported 8. Fs. are P,. ,.a Pt-l d--.-. *,
s- un answered questions n t h e plate, Melendez well established Ie-s', aIndLou 2U 0ehad a mmrL3 0 f th Race 'IV' I mporte % r d r w uw s
Athletic Department. The file at short-stop and Kaiser Bazan trio of single other two-basers Elliot, lb 1 0 0 ON TWO
I --- -1 marked -top secret" muht be in centerfleld, Cristobal Is built Browder. lb 1 0 0 --Fol J. Bravo.115 -Metter ehanr hm .
bulging. adequately down the middle. though when al is said and done Dehlinger, I 2 0 0 2-M. Slipper L. Oiral. 113 -Racin to to form i
SBut Cristobal High's Tigers So come what may the Tigers this year's season takes shape Barnes, 3b 2 0 0 3-B. Royal B. AguL 118-Formlndles e
tj^ ^ B Twill be there tonight at Balboa will be on the field to try their as more of a short-series than Potter, e 1 0 0 4-Westow H. Reyes 113 -Dropped in ela 10-
', I I^w-hen the season 0(? officially o- hand at halting Balboa's attemot the competition it was when .. 5-Fan V. Castl. 115-Better each time out -
: pens. The game will be played for a '55 diamond championship, Junior Colleye participated. Totals C1 1 3 86-Hurlecano H. Rui 106 -Distance seem short 4-1

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.e7101 a RAtnett to the baseball /Dusty Rhodes. that amauin' man m
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STOriiG .GSA)t-E-74 0.-At-Panama 4If resbattng avese wa CONJOS DEFEAT 2. Millim .bable vays: Thom- ant uto u straight tt win, sign- four run ath senth
.. t The Conejq continued their Nu landd Million, for a $4,000 raise that oosts him W a Distillers their second
OWa .I ,se worn the A- wAinning ways, by drubbing the Musser; I m.m, llihon, Fran- to about $12,000.. loss. The final score was 8to 5.
;am League most valuable Ocelot&s iwna game that saw no gioni. Left on bases: Ocelots 6,1 This time there's no doubt that s 8
S i l; Us*winT. I T_*naruncame lPayer award three times and lss five Ocelot pitchers toe the ConeJs 7.. B.aes o la oft: 'Rhodes will be a prominent The Distillers got off to a three

ino. .,` B hegotr e03 a r6-leaguedee-wrubber.o. K rlne,.^ D m thomember of the team, but only a' nllad. ih e tn the fs h
Praft Austi's o u r ha iIto right ad Dabek'a dou 1 0rd. Pebaps his gret re. n l- u ed. in te top of the first
le it nuArchwen off f or a fat 10 runs land 3. itcher: anders (2-1 uplear ago manager Durocher wasknock Sna l tied thsingle runsore n the n COLOR

ke a rts n the hto tr. o a UmPs: Mohl-Da Time 1:3 spoken ananlager nsed the ded sixth r on te I l o T dubl
Swae at h a t Ointer O b t rd came in 1941,e when he bat.- the ntial frame; the Cone- runs, 5 Innngs, Hit bpitch-trying t figue out ways to ds by Nor
Yankeed'oleadetnlone-halfIwThe odmamen ebackn th ofiguredo ut d and seventh. Lou Charles
t o ng wer frlay the to lUain thernotap and t safely In straight amesC l o were never headed, and er, by. Kirkland (Schoch), by: trade him. held the Signalmen in check un-I
M tda wen fat th n In the second frae hi the when the Ocelots did get any Musser (ateman). Wild pitches: I the th seventh OF THEscored

t trin catch hut 1 tumbled w ed ot games h t Rhodes' 54 hroic. He pinch- they pushed across our runs on
Laet at the Tia.ke w with Alonfo going to third pyvtand- Dwlt hwan d19,sei frlr ae The box core: that was to be played at the season and collected hitsaw In- two error s by Womack to ice
.nP~c Stdi um rat "I to Short.rGanvi e GladstoneG in-'to jump from a college e mpus dennfe came up with two double Winning Pitcher: Kirkland (6-0) the nonchalant Alabaman a sandwiched in between the base ". -OO
ta with the ing wit triple wArchie e nven ntOCELOT Panama Olympc tadm l uding two homers, for a .328 the gamocks. tied the score in

imerh akath roed the plate for the ulrrt toh wmr lys we pet se rs Sunday night before the Smok- average. Including his work as up the inning on the mound for.
roler lef t Y .r IttS rul loF third on the hi san"olpitched 21 ears withthe the O celot's hopes. Umpires: Mohl-D Time 1-:3 sub oufeldn ler used the the sixth at4 all on t double
M eseIeA rth -5r Watn W *twhCng hi ago Whitre ox, wd linning 2W- The next games will be pla stoned beeye eerl of batting mark with 15 homers

Artwrven taf e*ne-hptt a dy..On- e to Ede al e pther te, b, p 2 0 0 4 1 e ormr player o red and run-batted-n. In the Red Wallace went all the wao
r eWis no t ried to make s second ames and losing 230 for 'what tomorrow, at 1000 a.m. when think of and declared '1fthat and Woodlief

^^,,.er a .r fsn r e~d until tbe y-r. Mc~ritf ss 1 1 0 1 1 th trip to Panama on that records and ied two melre. His mond victory walking three ande
The ikers. r turn frerwL but, was. tr owWSouta, third to secb -lu ws second- n The Panama Baseball Writ- won the opener, 5-2. In the 10th

I.e i b.ltg in hi, -VI.-"trysk. came on in the ,ro1 d22 through p40 and Thompron3b i .0 0 1 3 ter Association was so notified inning, He tied the second game The box sore: wit,'ht I !11 !:-i
d et after a o e rathw then hit C manage the White Ocelota at 2:0 p.m. by the legram las I t an the with a pinch singtop ofle and staydthe seventh Sign-
theihlast 4Wmis t econd sil w ori a tpnchhtt. r three years and last ear was th e Macaws and0 0 u 0 gam I lngle.e played in t wo ban another homer. He 4 er1st Signal pE NCA
1 Smen, e YaztooB _othe c .Csre pacnce Mooorg|e drtstedamnththa dbe en..toe1fhedn e day bee ames broke open the third game with TODAYe s to the nd

ai ai T wai thae second btrys with a st to ryo ant for the n pitchingbs after a choch, p, will take care 0 o he ankees-pmokers dou- a bases-loaded pinch single oft Plavers Ai R H Cw ti

-me --- aoowing hree left field. Doug Lwis was ge-do-to the-wire ra l ar ith eme 1, 4 1 2 12 bleheader. Mike Garca. Matstmoto03b 1 1 t e
before he was reled tired pitcher to firl stu and L bpee P.. .atda. T gtals t.. c Nea a "i e ne W Rhodes' 1954 holler on tcshe e nch in ash, ed across four rims 0
a the ent by, taney Ar- tanned. Gerry Thor ile wa panbeed d-. .-c-n o 3 46 to t ie n tn rgualar taert the f fourth game, and that's Blehn < 1 0th and c lpIt*l g-

Lursratworrunnrson9andgmntstoonalrdrp Kedman nt safloxm s o r ? 2a tnygrOU7 b yDO a here Durocher plans to kep Hale, If 4 2 2 ON THE STAGE: ice
a out. Clarke and Alonso tol- Renaldo Grenald to trun for him. rrdsnanad Le ra 1 0 0 5 A play round Instructor from hi-t this season because "he's Norton, ts 3 2 Woac t-

wed Arthurs .to the moundto Archiue fBratrmwatet worked ViM orri, 2 1 2 0 0 the Physcal Education and Re- more valuable to me there where Woodlief r 4 3
11 a Yankee rally. or a bae on balls, ande. with th e a record le. Tubbs, 3 2 0 Los Rios Playground on Tuesday I cabeen callsub on him toelder, hit atthe tewart, rf 3 0 0

larry Ladthe oLt his.ethird bases laded Gladtone laced a to 2 1 1 5 3 nd Thursday afternoons from moment when they game can be McCurreyd ab l 0 0, ll th
ne~~ ad go t aid trom'Vncu4trs-agle.to center to drive l Moore ., s aemnb 2 1 0 0 3 atom players w o reside and 50 runs-batted. Chaernert c 2 0 t al
the Phillipa In the first n e mrel.fte "Uesf scvtr gha i ~ 1 2 0t0 1 ,Any chTldreun en athe Los ourke oerethe tm erely set 10 for the winners posting his first i

S* In the Yankee'al of the 0 0 Res area wishing t organ-signnes today or- the Chicas moind victorwalkin three and

The wask got tw o unearned w er-th with one out Williams gaV we cot I h 0 of tbaP and games Cubsa Chicago White rox f Phil- Womack Distillerr co,-- ,,,
a ttefourth aingo.te hisecnde h of heame tao Pro League Secretar-Treasur- Tota- 1 13 B 15 9 lay cod e to the playground for adelhia Phils ,off b Lemon striking out four baers.

Co ok With tts, Fit s afterBd Hardnnwalk-ser Carlon Deltalle l. night o by Inni he games Pirates. t W. McKeown, 2b 4 0 10th
insf e fourth a freevthe .eas filed to center and poured cold water over thee" Ocelot oe On 0-- 1 ..... slding-board, and Rn srThe White Son signed their Scott, ss 1 1 "
Ct game. Wlteh sritse uIuwhn pe d azwhen M w-' aret was a Chicagatblo Cuob onekov1 0 3t plaorb0 0 The Panama Baseball wit- won- the opener, 5-2 ine h 0h
c th2 y ca'rmeni e f rom l G-1922 throughu1 e40a and Th onompson, gl.S, *bRyter. tren of opS b the Psystl year for Baltimore and was ob 1ed 4 0 ..I .
ooot lare la adAl hosoha-derdo renmsanag th s h e asht K ands p t 0on 0 esAssciatlon n Recreas so notion tafied nnin last December's big g m 0T

dri lle-obealnaethoselastSanderbsht hs of the Can-al Zone trade. Manager Marty Mar0on Glavll 3 2 0 0
.i a L tke onm wa oad i nt e beasn. s Stolen bases: rangon 0 Ry te legram last night ant he with a pinch single and stayedtern, r_ 0

U.d, a,, VlroO- l*l ato e Mrle dtor eeth du ntipne vtheduswntot heo eawu but ha sid Charlne, cp 2 0 !
So a d Stry'k. m withas two-baggera n th Cdbs alte /aSchoch, l 2 0 of the Yankees-Smoken sinou- a bases-loaded pinch single off PlayersaA R H TDR ... ...d .20

T am t w twa whe a wi under took abad hop rules o -- a p games b Prates signed. veteran Haoler.,p 0 0 0 l$ ,r 1 "I 2
eties before he was relieve d tired pitcher to way to fe n er may be signed aftRhoder Boen chi 0 0 l b Aa3he d omte bonc h ,
t BSen. b tne Ar. fe d. h lew thirds of the rtotr amo nt of r asP-assedu ort fourth game, and tore by Innha's Behingsn 1 0.
wed Arthurst-otheM found. to Archie .lrathwalte worked Vic 21e seI0 KirklandlEd1a3 0bon0and ARe-porela valnub t oh seahso beaus er "he 'oron 3 2oc,

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lams wag yanked for
ok F also got a
o load' 4' bases and
brought in to pitch to
tting Bpl Harris, bat-
sk. arris flied to
runners holding, and

ble to left er by Alono Graft struck out. Hardin hit a
rathwale mad a singe to center slow, bouncing ball toward third
y -H prW ChaUrl. But the base that Clarke fielded but
ese of the contet was could make no play and wlhelm
hortived, ast the allied came in from third. t
hmIee t in the bottom of the Clarke suffered a twisted
ame inning, on a sin force- adnke while going after Har-
ut a wal and Marolewski's din's bounder and limped off
1th homer of the season. The the field as Aleso came in to
all sailed far over the fence in en4 the glme by forcing Phil-
t field. Ip to pop to first.

esteray-s Box Scores

First Game) 3Lopes u 0 0 1 1
SODAMII.EN Thorne, rf 2 0 0 1 0
'ayer ab r h e a Grenald, If .1 0 0 0
oore, ef 3 0 1 0 Br.thwaite, Ar. irt2 1 1 2 0
,, 1, l 0 00 4 1Gladstone, cf 3 0 2 0
As-, .3 0 0 2 2 Brathwaite, Al. h2 3 0 1 1
'rne, rtf 2 0 0 4 0McDonald. c 2 0 0 3
rathwalte, Ar., t3 0 0 0 0Wlliams, p 0 0 0 1
trathwalte, A. 2b 3 1 1 3 2Arthurs, p 0 0 0 0 0
harles, ab 1 1 1 4 $Clarke, p 0 0 0
IcDonald, c 1 0 1 4 Alonso, p 0 0 0 0
)ladatone, 0 0 a0 0 0 ..
klonfo, p 1 0 1 0 1 Totals 4 7 21
;efman 1 0 0 0 0 YANKEES
----Players ab r h o a
Totals 3 1 4 18 9 Graff. 2b 4 0 0 3 3
TANKEES Hardin, as 3 0 1 0 0
layers ab r B o aPhllips, rf 4 0 2 0 1!
;raff, 2b 4 0 1 2 .4Dickens,If 3 0 0 1 0
[ar 2 0 1 0 1 Marolewski. lb 3 0 0 7 0
I.3 .1 Q, -0 Wihelm. 3b 3 1 1 2 1
lckens, If 2 1 0 0 0 Kropf, ct 1 0 0 10
[arolewdiR, lb 2 2 1 8 '2 Falls, c 1 0 0 7
rilhelzAAb 3 1 0 1.2 Ludtke, p 1 0 0 0
op, 3 I 3 7 0 Dabek, 1 0 0 0 0
abek, c 3 0 i2 0 Stryska, p 0 0 0 0 1
tempel, p 2D 0 1 1 Harris 1 0 0-0
Totals U 31 Tetals 25 1 4 1I 1
ladstone walked for McDonald Dabek forced Falls for Ludtke in
in 7t2b. 5th.
:elman fouled out tot Alonso in Harris filed out for Stryska In
h th.
-ff 1 WfNonb: ere by Inaangs:
-1 1 odamen 010 002 0-3 7 0
d l....:--...S w" *I tO Tanke es 000 1-1 4 0
uB T_ -Un. bM-atted S:] Summuary. Runs batted in:
abek, 2, Chates, Marolewski Al. Brthwaite, Oladstone 2, Har-
arned runs: Yankees 4, oda din. earned runs: Sodamen I,
en 1. Ibt -basis: Yakees 4, Yankees 1. Left on bases: Ya-
edamem LSHome runs: Maro- keus 8, Bodamen 3. Three bas)
ak. Two : AL bit: Al. Bratbwalte, Wlheil
kite Dbu.t : Two. hi, illit, Moore.
prolewaki. by: ted- out byr: Ludtke lBtryka bl.
1, 1. by A so. L M on bas s 1. c k 1. Bses
le IAlo.r- Sbobisf St ruka. Oa tW
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scheduled games ha -. been
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There is an exception to the
rule however, in that if a team
member is separated from a club
before the end of a season, he
may be replaced by another to
complete the roster.
Socha had been all ready to
work for the Yankees and last
night was In uniform in the
Yanks' dugout during the dou-
bleheader with the Sodamen.

1953 VAUXHALL four door Sedan only
one owner excellent condition Low
Call Colon 800

Son r etit ment and M s j 7461st Signal 000 202 4-8 8 2
-lie. rot rid of the trouble i W rDistillers 801 000 -.1-5 9 2
posting a 22-13 record la"t year W. riti "l 000 -5 "9 2
at Hollywood of the Pacific
Coast League, and rookie who had a 1-1 record after join-
pitcher Charles Garmon, who ing the Phils lafe last season.
had a 16- record at Denver of The Cubs signed three rookie
the Western League. pitchers-Vicente Anor, drafted,
The Phillies signed Lou Ortlz. from Oklahoma City, w.ho he
second baseman who hit .225 had an 18-11 record -Al Lary,
for Rochester last season and who pitched six inngU fst "all
was obtained from the parent after leaving millry-;ervt
St. Louis Cardinals last Septem- and Joe Stanka, wl4 a a. 1-
ber, and pitcher Paul Penson, record at -Macon. .
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or* next Monday to continue un-
4er the Korean GI Bill of Rights.
S The measure now goes to the
S Senate where favorable action is
ei.. expected.
While there was no opposition
r the House, some members com-.
plained it did not go far enough in I
I bAln kenefite tn fulituir ve-

f Work In P
4A1 SING, ., Jan. 28 (UP)-
ehlgan nu today invited 1
bG. Meanten Williams and
ber of the Legislature to I
-es the "bopwr system" ob-
'by mixed couples in a sun-
Idne camp dormitory to decide
themselves whether nudism is
1he governor refused either to
or dcUiMe the invitation
it was placed in writing, but
of the state lawmakers said
were willing to go.
va invitation to visit "Suashine
e .u'" nle.r Battle Creek, Mich.
extended. by camp director El-
.r J. Adams, who showed up at
state@ Capit to combat a pro-
j9id bill to outlaw nudism.
"We have nothing to hMe," Ad-
in$ lald."Any state official who
Vants to Zrop in on us at any time
spring the-season is invited to do
"ai. he ca leave his clothes
pi U bewishels."
Adais admitted that "maybe
Ser. so" nude men and women,
the 4ame dormitmy atl
r thti.ne camp.
"'7e beds are only two feet I
," h said, "and we oper-
-* honor system."
mas .xplainen visiti arn al.
s welcome at Sunshine Gar-
but 'hey usually are asked to
aU t siloal at the te.
t camp was the of
,e: er a Sbathing Am. 't

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iang s


President Eisenhower has de..
ate for i special veterans beOf Communist Invasion
,"aefits such as free schooling un-
..der the rea GI Bill. 'Youths TAIPEI. Jan. 28 (UP)-Nation-I The jet fighters and the re I'n- conference with the President that
unten n eble vic sft Mo aylist Chinese bombers intensified forced U.S. 7th Fleet gave the a shwdow n with Red Chinas wil
would e ineligible for uch be- their attack on Communist invasion United States Its most powerful come "if and when" U..S hips
.Baet. buildups near Tachen island to. concentration of American military and planes help evacuate Chinese
e pending measure is design- day as strong naval reinforce- might in this area since the Kore- Nationalist troops on the 'achen
d to let young men and women ments rushed to join the U.S. Sev. an War. Islands. He said Communist fre
d tolet young before next Mon enth Fleet off Formosa. I Military observers In Talpeh will be returned.
don eivg unredit for their entire A Natignalist war communique saw the movement of American danger."
S ofre eivie ed for ermputing GI aid both Toumen and recently- air strength co Formosa as a firm After the Presidept's statl
can f service in computing GI fallen Yikiangshan islands were warning to Red China that t h e ment and George's Ihpassioned
edThus, they ouna l d qualify for up hit. The Nationalists were attempt- United States intends to carry out speech, a major source ofppoMi
SThus, they ears col a,, over up Ing to knock out Red gun positions an evacuation of the Tachens, 200 tion to the resolution showed
o our years of college at which have been shelling Tacheln miles north of Formosa. signs of folding.
et exene. affect ersland Generalissimo Chiang Kal-shek Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-
Special benefits not affect other Other nationalist bombers re- was reported to have made the
Annspecial s omust ring-out r pyportedly crippled a 1500-ton Corn- decision to "yield" to the Ameri-
na .e and farmu loan guarantee munist warship 32 miles north of can desire to evacuate the Tachens, --
,od anemployment con sensation Tachen. the Nationalists northernmost out-
url the transition bac to civi- Meanwhile two new American pos
an Lae. flotillas were en route to the For Military observers said they
moss area. One composed of believed that if the United States
These beneifti are available cruisers and destroyers, had was able to bring such powerful
aW anyone who spent as much as left the west coast of the Upited' military forces to bear In the
'a single day In uniform prior to States. And the other was rush. Formosa are Red China might
the Monday ..t-off date. They ing north from Singapore. The be "persuaded" to stand aside
Will not be available to persons aircraft carrier Midway was a. and allow the peaceful evacua.
entering service after Monday, mong the units hurrying to the tion of the Tachens.
Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers (R- Formosa area. Communist activity was ex-
Maias.), top Republican on the The Seventh Fleet already had tremely light yesterday, the Na-
House Veterans Committee which four carriers, seven cruisers and tionalist Defense Ministry an-
jponsored the measure, told the more than 50 destroyers ma s e d nounced. Red Chinese artillery on
house she believes, the adminis- north of Formosa awaiting Wash. Toumen Island fired only t wo
traction Is studying the possibility ington orders for the evacuation of shells at Tachen.
of adaiotional benefits dor "peace- Tachen. However, Nationalist intelligence
time" servicemen. U.S. Air Force Sabre began op. reported new concentrations of
be said she believes Congress rating out of Formosan air bases Red invasion junks massing along
6oAuld extend all the GI bill bene- today for the first time. A full miles of the south China coast Just
fLte-not just,the educational be- wing of the Sabres had been de- opposite the Tachens..
oeflts--to servicemen "at least dur- played to Formosa from Japan and Meanwhile President Elsenbow-
Ing tWis grave emergency" in the athe Philippines. er, trying to ease "preventive
Far East. Col. Lu Ta, Nationalist Chl. war" fears, assured the Senate
Rep. E. Ross Adair (R-Ind.) es- noese military spokesman said in Washington yesterday that he
Untated the House-approved bill nearly half a million Communist alone will decide whether US.
eventually would cost the govern- Chinese troops were massed in forces at Formosa are used a.
ment between 300 ani 350 million two provinces facing Nationalist against the China mainland or off-
dollars. He l aid it would affect outpost islands. He said these shore islands.
ltMO000 men and women now in troops were capable of assault- He issued a special statement
i. the -bil, veterans iing tla oat Island defense setting forth his position as the
o er 61 ve line niadlatoly f the oy chse unesly enate fought through its FORMOBSA MZS8 Z 3 -4t34e4
ail .d to 1 1-1 day of govern- to do ae. seond day of debate on the "For. broadcast room iZ the ,Wula e
hl6t affned qellng.,or each Lu also revealed that the Conm. mooa resolution." House, President 3senlhowe
da ht tmdds oa active duty. munists had enlarged Jet air bag i. would give the President blank. reads for newsreel, TV and still
es in Fukien province within range check authority to fight wherever photographers the message he
of Formosa. No planes had been necessary to defend Formosa and entto ongresson For a
Uranium Strike basked here, however, the Pescadores. Hesked Congressfor ecf
Most of Red China's airpower is The statement was released by authority to use V ar.5med
sting- Quietly presently based around Shanghai the White House after the Presi. forces "if necessary t4 deeteml
S-out of effective Formosa range. dent conferred with his top mill. FrmosTa and the Pescadores.
Mined In Snpain The U.S. Far .East Air Force tary leaders. .,
shifted Sabres and invader night It said the President made it *
MADRID,- Spin, Jan. 28 (UP) bombers from Japan to Korea and clear to them that American, fore-
-The government is quietly e Thunderjets to Okinawa yester- es are in the danger-laden Formo- ,
.T..g a uranium strike in day in the same F6rmosa crisis san waters "purely for defensive I n I G o t
p lo'tng a diroa ie m ate ie a redeployment that shifted a wing purposes." I n d I
Sougtherm pain And w*ill th" of abres to the Nationalist is- Then it added: "Any decision to
nouh rar to butildve mat eral witom- land. use United States forces other than
t e ea offildsouersdisclosedm An Air Force spokesman disclos- in immediate self defense or in ri e n
le. official source disclosed the poves today. direct defense of Formosa and Drerif ng n
A7 spokeian for Spain's con- IIn each case, only one squadron the Peacadores would be a deci-
pokealan for Span's oms was nawed, The Ather two squad- sion which he (the Presidente)
ttee of Nuclear Ender way for roens of a*u wig. involvedpe. would take and the responsibility
1 muer i r ,sumaul.y ud bJreJds 4to follow for which he has nqt delegated. ISpeech
the pat 18'pntha in extract- itoethe,",'erd.baes ".if needed. The statement came amid these At, s 5 ,p,, ,,
int" hranium ore from the sub- A fighter -Muadron -"normally other developments: __.
IULn the Sierra Morena region consls of. 25e.combat planes. 1. Chairman Walter F. George
i .Cordoba province.. Souh Koreas bases are even (D-Ga.) of the Senate Foreign Rel- WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP)
Diego OalQIe secretary general closer to the Shanghai area of the nations Committee urged the Sen- -The United tes gave India,
MLthe ceomaut e, said enough china Coast than Is Okinawa, the ate to throw its "moral support" which maintains close diplomatic
dim depoalts have been main offensive American base in behind the Presidente. George his ties with Red China, a full ex-
ud to support the govern- the Far East. voice rising, demanded to 6ow planation of President Elsen-
ept's program of developing a- Tlunderjets are capable of car- "what alternatives" the Presi- bower's "defend Formosa resolu-
_il. power to supplement the trying the A-bomb to the China ;dent's critics had in mind. tion before it was sent to Con-
f ,ry'.a siall resources of smalald efrm Okinawa and re- 2. Senate Republican Leader Wil- gre.
Bafo-eiectrie power. turn without aerial refueling. i1am F. Knpwland said after a According to informed dip-
ol - __ uoatic sources theI inform-

ants said the step apparently
was taken so that India could
relay to Communist China Mr.
Elsenhowe's determination to
fight if neeessry to keep the
Reds from invading Formosa.
The sources said a detailed
explanation of the President's
resolution was given to Indian
ambassador G. L. Mehta with a
request that he pass it along to
Id n Prime Minister Jawa ar-
lal Nehr.
It was not known whether the
ambassador was specifically re-
quested to try to have the U.S.
position relayed to Red China as


Min.) told newsmen be might not
aer his amendment specifically
possible military action
on the meaand or off-shore. Na-
tionalist-held Islands. He said the
President's statement is "reassur-
lhe President's special state-
meot was prompted by charges
from Sen. Wayne Morse (nd-
Ore and othersthat the pending
rel ution could lead to 'preven-
tive war" by the United States a-
gainst Red China.
Morse said ho Is' convinced
Ada. Arthur W. tadford, chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
wants "preventive action."
en. Wiliam E. Laner (R-N.-
D.), along with Humphrey and
others, favor amendments to ex-
lude the China mainland or such
off-shore islands as the Quemoys
fromm the Formosa defense area.
They feel the Quemoys are so
near Red China any military ac-
tion there inevitably would lead to
aliout war.
Lange or said after reading the
President's message he still be-
lieves it authorizes "preventive
Morse said he will keep up his
fight. He told reporters the Presi-
dent's statement is a "tacit admis-
alof that under the resolution, au-
thoimsation is sought in advance
to mpe a preventive war strike
against concentrations of military
fort oB the mainland of China."
Morse said neither the Presi-
dent nor George answered lthe
quetion of whether the resolution
gIves authority for a "preventive
ar" strike. "I think it does and
I will continue to oppose it," he

SKnwlaend who declared ,t h
Prddente feels the resolution wll
not lead to "preventive war",
said the statement "should further
cltrify what has already been said
on the Senate floor."
Knowland said bank check an-
theity Is necessary to keep the
Reds guessing and prevent an
all-out invasion- of Formosa.
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.),
who has introduced a proposal to
limit the resolution's scope, said
he still wants to see "references
to areas other than Formosa and
the Pescadores deleted from the
George denounced "legalistic"
critics of the resolution for talk-
ing about "preventive war." He
said if Formosa falls all of South-1
east Asia will be in danger.
"I believe the President is a
prudent man. -... dedicated to a
peaceful world," George said, "I'm
willing to act."
Kefauver told the Senate that
U.S. bombing of the China main-
land "would mean all-out w a r
with Red China, with the proba-
bly intervention of Russia be-
caupe of its obligation under the
Sin6-Russian treaty."
The Senate Foreign Relations-
Armed Services Committees said
the administration "very m u c h
doubts" if Russia would come to
China's aid "even if further diffi-
culties should arise between the
United States and Communist

New Fast Navy
Destroyer Will
Be Launched Feb. 5
' WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP)
-ThSe first of ta new qlats of,
fast destroyers designed to oper-
ate with the fleets will be
launched Feb. 5, the Navy an-
nounced today. The ship is the
USS Forrest Sherman, named .
the late chief. of naval:, ppen-
The new destroyers will Teplace
the Gearing class of fleet-type
destroyers of World Wag .The
have more powerful eoines and
more modern five-Fich g u s,
They are designed for rapid con-
struction in quantity.
'There are 11 Sherman class
destroyers under construction.
The ships, displacing about 2600M
tons, have an aluminum super-
Annual Clearance
Sale To Begin
Here Tomorrow

u dists' Mixed Dormitory
Rep. George Sallade, an Ann Ar- Rep. Kenneth Trucks, a Repub-
bor Republiean, said, "It would liean from Baldwin, Mich.. said
be below the dignity of the Legis- of -the nudists that "frankly, I
lature to. attend such a meeting, don't grasp their movement."
even if 4hey did go with- their But Repuq Uan Sen. John Mi -
clothes n." nesma of Truaree City said, "IN
I were put on a committee to In-
"I woald not go. to a nudist vestigate this legislation I would
gathering any more than I would go. I will do whatever the Sean.
go to a niZ.ht club strip tease act," ate wants me to, even if It means
Sallade aid.. going to nud4t camp.".,
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An annual ore-inventory clear-.
a me Msa u w in g oet u n d w
mrrow t. the L th" i
habordaIney here f the .w a
tiat,, mthe hMM of the 4stab-
,0 to

(NW4 Radio Tql
WA TdNG h WATCHING A Chinese Nationalist sentry is silhouetted wit Tachen d
hills and htmor In the background. The Communists have been shelling the Tachens from
nearby islands, raising the possibility they might block the evacuation of Nationalist t5pops.

UK May Invite

Chinese Reds To

Ceaseflne Talks

LONDON, Jan. 28 (UP)-New
Zealand with the agreement of
the United States and Britain
will propose formally on Monday
that the United Nations Security
Council invite Communist China
to the, U.N. for discussions on a
Formosa ceasefire, it was learn-
ed today.
This is the long-awaited diplo-
matic initiative which the West
hopes will stop the shooting off
Formosa. .'
Sir Leslie Knox-Monroe, New
Zealand chairman of' the Secur-
ity Council, will summon other
members by letter later today,
it was disclosed authoritatively.
At the Monday session it is
hoped the delegates will empow-
er either/ Monroe -r secretary-
genegai ag Haianrskjold to in-
general Dag Hammarskjold to
t~vite the O hnese Communists
to the U.N. round table'
The United States was said to
be In "absolute agreement" with
the policy.
It would be the first time the
Chinese Reds have been to the
U.N., where they coyet a seat,
place DePmber i M over Korea.

Big Three Hope

To Hall Red 6ains

In Indochina
PARIS, Jan. 28 (UP) Au-
thoritative French diplomatic
sources predicted today that the
Big Three will meet next m6nth
to study further plans for pre-
venting the communists from
taking over the rest of Indo-
With tension mounting dan-
gerously in the straits of For-
mosa, political Observers here
believed such a conference would
obviously go beyond Indochina.
The French diplomatic sources
predicted that foreign ministers
of the United States, Britain
and France would meet but they
said neither the date nor the
place has yet been fixed.
Other reports said that it will
probably be -at Bangkok at the
time of the scheduled SEATO
conference there next month or
In Washington..

Famed Niels Bohr
Resigns Post

At CopenhaOen U

- Denmark's famous nuclear
ph lt,-o Nbe prize win-
e 1 lr, who will
bt i year. filed
h refbessor at

.-sin ce
,'Atge Bohr,
amme of his
i theoretical
i to become
wn' to the
i durtag
the ln o- i.-
n-mAn *- oAm

RRIAPTIM O-ALE Chineqe Natioualos a&Sheg
up on a aIfeld in Formos, preparing to t keoff fbi lt
with Co mua tlg.; e ets were .cnjy turned.
the yrationalat~. by the U.U '

/ . ". . v. -..,*/.' -',,..
iaNZA Radoio'e
TACHN EVAES Nstonullht lMeMoee woa -a
dr. the arstmo 8,ie 80 0 4. IMaus to be 9 Apte4d, 1
thresttoiW ~n'lam4, arrive at Keeun, urDpa

Volunteers Man Tu
To Rescue iii Woman

From US Transport

MeHnde-Franc lay
Ask For Confice

Vole Next Week

SOUTHAMPTON, England, Jan. PARIS, Jan. 28 (UP)- _Premi
28 (UP)-A tug manned by vol- Pierre Mendes-France s rve
lunteers retrieved a critically $11 blunt notice t^o hisWpo a en
woman from the US. troop emles that heprobablyw cal
transport William H. Thomas in for a vote of confidence to mbablywilla
the English Channel early today their growing offensive to to
and sped her to a hospital here. pi ,e him from power ... xt we
The transport, bound for Ger- in the showdown debate on Nort]
many with American troops and Africa
their families, radioed that the -
woman needed immediate ho_- He told the steering commit
Vital treatment. ee of the National Assembi
Officers of the stand-by. tu at he would a call f
Rdmsey rounded up a crew by 1v t, pO f U con Tt-i" huri
touring Southampton in a ta ay night T.- kvotin
and set out shortly after mid. eouid ',en taske i earl
night at full speed for a. rhM- ho rs of Sat aft"
deovous off the Isle of Wight. er- the Ionst 5 o
While the transport's search-dels .
lights lit up the sea the woman _
was transferred over the side in "Mr. France" w.ent t
a portable oxygen tent. Cnfernce of P d
.'.. Assembly's etulT _ent ia
is i dsaSays RuM e ies closed inr e
T ,s-at up a
To Hmed ar s
tootorate Wa^

HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 28 (UP)-- isS
SRubirosl will leave Hal- 'A' ISs
tomorroww to seek.a divorce

from Heiress Barbara Hutton in
his native Santo Damingo, hI s
current amount, sa Zsa GabOr,
said tqday.
The Hungarian ndhe
winll jlo him latr t N t
but she still has't if th
romance, late t brief when
Rubi married Mhun ttin, wil
r ) in a waddling. I
eMy dorc- (froa te ban r
L4YOls) ado N pri

Afterwards X i
National m 4t
In the Ima. .

for ft

blw pMticnl i =I

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Baahi itn

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Governor Invited To Inspect Honor System

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