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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-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
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"Let the people ,now the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

PANAMA, P., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 155


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CAkNADIAN O."KI

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Not


Let


Reds


Get


Formosa


OFF O VISIT In Loxdft, Britain's Princess ?4rg waves
from the doorway of the plane as she takes off ar the-irst leg
of heart -tur-wdek tour of the West InUdiea. She W rived In
Trinidad yesterday.

Does Your Dinner

Wear Nyoba Thread?
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lJobs For US


Drivers 'Fall

To Local Rate

Ten American .truck drivers
n the "heavy Special" classifi-
eation have received formal
written .notice from the Panama
Canal Company that their Jobs
in the ,Motor Tranapprtation Di-
vision will be reallocated to lo-
cality. rates early next month.
Ail [e men have veterans'
profespace.
I a communication -from Ed-
ward. A. Doolanf the men were
Informed that they may at their
discretion stay on in the down-
grdled Jobs for a year at the
saie pay they are now getting;
or they may seek transfers to
other Jobs with the Canal.
Several of the men affected
are in the group which sued the
Canal Company two year# ago
S Court action to hold 'their
J and grades. They mpde this
AMWhen the organization first
begm reallocation of American-
rate truck-driver Jobs to locality
attes.
The suit went by default In
US district Court last fall.
Tod a spokesman for the
group aid they plan to fight the
move And hope to have the sup-
port of the Federal Employes'
Veteranps Associatloq which has
exess'd an interest 'In. the
ca. .
&to -W4 now; ifak* Me ZA2M ai9' m


.- ". (NEA Telephoto)
WAITING FOR THE WORD U. S. pilots of the Fifth Air Force relax in the ready room at a
secret U. 8. air base in Formosa. Officials are awaiting the go-ahead signal from Washington
on whether American forces shall aid in evacuating some 10,000 Chinese Nationalist troops
from the Tachen Islands.



Chiang Balks At Quitting Tachen,


Wants Quemoy, Matsu Guaranteed


TAIPEI, Formosa, Feb. 2 (UP) clamped tight security wraps
- Generalissimo Chiang K a eon developments in the TacI-
shek was reported today to be enf where the last available
i ng at Amran plans for formaln indlated the Red
Sl-ion of the Tpchen Ia- Chinese were greatly ereass-
S i lmus .the Unirted Statsa gar their military mammamj.


alert against the first sign of
attack by Communist invasion
fleets awaiting only the order to
sal. .
But the Ameriofi pl s stay-
ed 'ear Af- a t4rS, aiW a.rs


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Eisenhower Gives



His Word As F


Says:


'Surrender!I


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WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UP)-President Esenehowr
declared today that the United States is not going to It;
the Communists get Formosa.
At the same time Red China was reliably reported
have demanded the surrender of Formosa in return
ceasefire in the Formosan strait.
The President at his news conference said -
American policy in the present critical situation is m i-
honestly and hopefully to prevent a war. ..-
But he expressed on several occasions the UnitA
States' determination to defend Formosa. I
He also said that use of American ground forces *'
this connection has not been considered. l
Authoritative United Nations thought about the whole 1ttit,..
sources said meanwhile that Red on again in advance of
China's char d'affaires in news conference, to fiure
London had or the. first time what he could say
linked Peiping's demands for Because of the delica
"liberation" of .the Nat) .lU- sitati- sa aMin
held island stronghold th the United ation t he
U.N. asteMpts to end @ the dmt sa7d160 b0_Utendh h,


aon't avow. Jt,7".T w7 W
that h-.
In E n print ( -.you have
good eyeSt) -og detecttis
cryptic msaq,, w tms In In-
del ble k:
"Returtv Califosia Fish and
Game, $aa pedfe."
Which means that you've
managed to bag or buy one of
the specimens which have been
tagged by crewmembers of the
N. B. Scoftld, an experimental
tuna boat which is getting
ready to take off from Balboa
this afternoon.
According to the wiry skip-
per, veteran fisherman Rich'
ard MitAhe, of aaM Fran.
cseo, the Alip's maih ebleet
is to' f id out hew to. con-
serve fish.
Towards this goal, they catch
all srt of sea food, tai them
by sewing the nylon thresa
tpu h the dorsal fin of each
speim (whle keepl n the
alive a spthge bath) and
the Wow l tb fti
sometimes U andt.. Q" QV .les
from where it wqo du0hd* the.
tg which regi ters where- and
when it-,.wa eanauiV a wel as
the ocean depth asks the finder
to return it to the lab in Call-
forni .-. .
ThO JMeofieid' master esti-.
mates that easily U percent
of the tags on the fish they
have thrown back, have been
returned to them. In many
cases, he recalled, fish which
have been tagged in these
waters hve turned up months.
later on-the cWt of Japan.
In this way, scientists and
marine specialatet are able to
keep tabs on how much the
fish have grown, their pattern
of migration, best feeding
grounds and water tempera-I
tures as well as why they move
about from place to place.
This information, vitai for
all fishermen who wold never
have the time or facilities for
collectingit. is relayed to the
fishing industry in manuals and
publications Issued each year
by the California Department
of Fish and Game which is
sponsoring the Scofield's prob-
ings..
Meat of- te 12 czewmemb.
er .s, the 5. foot long tuna
bet have, me time or an.
Oher, bhe en erelal fish.
rtAad IS )a the aptain's
ept stf l lhas oae of
the fiWet i06r avaable for
SWi e. fiuerwmter in.
TS sship, was built podf i-
for research. it It s ,l
wth ~the latt elst
ulmet Inclu4fg rada Nad
te n & fathaet -r wi
fa jresordat atg
bot ,-of sea over which
the *s a. .
Ownl*as ht
** e te utM e


m,.a. vm -aegr.a crew.
nmefeM-who may wsnt to fs8
for:themselve. *.For this reason,
the ship's bulletin contains this
message:
S"Food fish captured during
the trp wl be eleaned sand
wra ,J paper with the
owner's nd.-re plainly
an it to elImate amfusion
with valuable speelmens.'
So far, according to the cap.
tain, they haven't run into any
confusion, and node of the sam-
ples have been devoured by the
crew since the ocenographic trip
started early last month.
Now the floating lab is rp-
turning to San Pedro 'via the
Mexican coast. They are sache.
duled to leave pier 18 -at Bal.
boa at 3 p.m.

Agriculture Chief


jobs left to which these
could transfer. My- posit-out,
slth as ferry ramp operators,
for which they might be eligible,
have already been switched over
to local rater. He added that he
cold not find anything in the
Civil Service manual to cover
this type of action.
Doolan's letter to the heavy-
special truck-drivers follows in
part:
"As a result of a. recent deci-
sion concerning the staffing of
positions of Truck Drivers in the
Motor Transportation Division of
(Conttnued on Pace 6. Column v)

Charges Phe Up

Involng Pair

Of Teenage Thieves


ht Th e charges keep piling up a-
Ezra T Benson against two teen-age Planama-
nians. who yesterday were given
T ti by he 205 days to serve In the Balboa
rTO oSr*Panam Jail for various thefts in Bal-
boa.
WA MINGTON,'Feb. 2 (tn This morning, the youths. RI-
The hite House announced, tbt card Sanchez, 17, and Luls Lo-
agriculture, secretary Ezra T. pe. 16, faced fodr more petit
Benson will leave Feb. 18 on a 17- larceny charges after items of
day trio to the Caribbean area to persona! property allegedly
study the agricultural trade situs- found in their possession were
tio in 10 countries.. Idelttifed by the owners all
The trip, approved by the White residents of alboa.
House and the State Department Balboa Magistrate Edward Alt-
was set up to coincide with Ben- man took the additional cases
son's attendance at the ann u a I under advisement until Friday
meeting of the Virgin Islands morning. Ball of $25 on each
Corporation Feb. 23-24. Benson is charge was set
director of the corporation. The thefts involved three
The 10 countries Benson will more bicycles, a pipe. ash tray,
visit are the Virgin Islands, Cuba, pliers, shirts, trousers and socks.
Puerto Rico. Tridad. Venezuela, Yesterday the boys were con-
Colombia, .Panama, Costa Rica, evicted of a total of nine other
Nicaragua and Mexico.' petit larcenies.


First Group Of Homeh


To Make Canal Transit I


Plans were announced today
for a partial transit of the Ca-
nal by the ferryboat President'
Porras on Sunday, Feb. 19, to
give Canal employes and their
ames who hoa e never transit-
ed the Canal with a close-up
view of.the waterway and Its
operation. .
An' announce t of arrange-]
ments for a fre- through thel
Canal from south to
mboa w" Gor b O ernor
ebe ldn atM s. ayW cefer-
en.ce in iswaUMTr xthepueMm


may arrive ia Gambes from
either side of the Isthmus in
time for the ferryboat ride and
for Atlantic side paengers to
return on the late afternoon
train.
The various Civic Councils in
the U.S.-rate communities are
cooperate in arrangements for
the free trip. Employee desiring
to make the trip have been re-
quested to apply through the Ci-
vic Councils In their towns.
The various Civic Councils
have Wared special rwreeenta-
tives tb epta caons. The
names of trhee their tele-
phone numbers are:
Pacific Council: Harry Town-
send, Vice President Phones, Of-
floe 2-3t0.Land residence, 2-2472.
Gamboa Coumnl: James.Hunt-
er, President; Phone, Residence,
Crs Ie -Iomrm ra nl*.


scrapped As Judge

Rules Oul Claimants
More than $47,000 which was
contributed by private persons
in Panama towards the reward
fund, for information leading to
the solution of the crime of the
assassination of President Re-
man will be returned, it was an-
nounced yesterday.
The National Civic Commit-
tee, which collected the money
said it was being returned be-
turned because no one is enti-
tled to the reward.
The private fund is separate
from the $50,000 reward set a-
side by the Panamanian govern-
ment for the same purpose. No
decision has been made as to
the disposition of the govern-
ment's reward.
The announcement of the com-
mittee was based on an opinion
expressed by Chief Justice Jose
Maria Vasquez Diaz that no one
is entitled to a reward in con-
nection with the solution of the
Remon killing. Justice Vasquez
Dlaz is alsq chairman of t h e
special committee named to
conduct, the official investiga-
tion of the slaying.
Meanwhile, at yesterday's ses-
sion of the Assembly Deputy Ro-
aelio Alba pointed out that the
Remon assassination would be
one month old, and that the
Panamanian people -still did not
know who were the intellectual
or material plotters.
He emphasized that the aver-
age citizen feels all the foreign
investigators brought here to
help with the probe have fail-
ed.


-ieRbda 4 ht i -i air ou-
gMorIty over thee Nationalist-
Their Russian-supplied faval
units are making the supply of
the Nationalist garrisons in-
creasingly difficult and the Com-.
munists now have set up long-,
range artillery on captured Yil-
angshan island, bringing the
main Tachen island under siege.
But in spite of these ominous
developments, highly placed
sources said the Nationalist
leaders are stiffening their op-
position to evacuation of the
Tachens.
Chiang was said to have
made known to the United
States that if the Tachens are
surrendered to the Reds that
must be the last step back-
ward.
American officials said they
have been unable so far to ob-
tain a "go ahead" from the Na-
tionalist government for the
Tachen "pull back."
Chiang. these sources said,
was insisting on a public state-
ment that "Quemoy, Matsua and
other' Nationalist Islands along
the China coast will be defedn-
the China coast will be defend-
and Chinese forces.
Meanwhile Communist Chi-
na increased its pre-invasion
pressure against the Tachen
tIslnds with land. sea and air
attacks that steadily deepened
the, Formosa crisis.
Planes from five U.S. aircraft
Carriers patrolled the cloudy
skies over the East China Sea,


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Treasure Hunters

Seek 'Loot Of Lima'

On Cocos Island


ST PUNTARENAS, Costa R I c a,
n Tourists Feb 2 (UP)-Fourteen American
treasure hunters plan to sail to.
I morrow for deserted Cocos Islands
n- | I ito seek the semi-legendary "loot
[ n i I9 of Lima"--60 million dfliars worth
O n FebI I of go and jewels said to h a v e
_ .I been buried by Spanish mutineers
President: Office, 5-8333, and 134 years ago.
residence, 5-377. I The expedition, led by Charles
Williams of Manhattan Beach.
In the announcement con- Calif., is traveling in the convert-
cerning the orientation trips, ed subchaser Isle of Cdpri with an
It was emphasized that only escort of 10 Costa Rican troops.
Company-Govern m e n t em- Capt. Thomas Clairmont, of Ra-
Itsyes and members of their Ivenna, Ohio, commands the ship,
Immediate families are eligi- and John Beck, of Walnut Creek,
ble. Calif., is the party's radioman.
The trips .are being arranged1 Williams has a map, said to be
to give the large number of erm- 130 years old, which he hopes
ploYs who have never transited will lead to'the treasure. If the
the C al an opportunity to go map fails, the expedition has IAen-
t gIrouh Oallard Cut and see the ty of mechianized equipment -
Pacific L;bcks in operation, mine detectors, bulldozers, by-
Theaefore, ad tslain to the draulic pumps and other ,devices--
ferryboat will be based on the to fall back on.
lists furnished by the Civic la return fopermission to pros-
Councils and substantiated by peet the Pacifie island, some Mu
Identfleton-privilege cards., miles southwest at here, the per-
The mdUpeamer system on the ty has promised to divide any-
ferryboat will be manned by t it ds with the Costa RIG.
competSat peronmel to explain j ovenaenL
warou features f the Canal and If s tr eufw is ou Sd 1i
ndt fWe smn eof'two m a s W. Wi ns t
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V'sutgs mtor eb *4eawt.r.ta.o f
the increasing communist t40 puiir a4 wat=iwH..sadd he ho it
military pressure in the Tachens. policy is to make cralf that e g b
The pNationalists disclosed no conflict odours through a tLri t.ga ga
that one -of their warships mistake in calculation by the ter.
fought a one hour, 18-minute other side regarding our concern I wa believed In the Ylte
runningg gun duel with a Co- for Formosa and our determina- Nations that some VdVau
munist ship northeast of Ta- tion to defend it. Msurane at the futuae
chen at dawn yesterday but gave He said recent Adinilstra- FOMous would be
no details. tion and Congressional ac- would be required by oe&t
The air force said two Na- tions should make It cryEale na before she eto tt
tionalist propeller dr i v e n clear to friends and potential invitation to eth&
fighter-bombers engaged Red foes alike that the United talks.
Mig-15 Jets In dogfights high States is not going to let the Atithoritative sources t4
over Tachen. It said the Na- Communists get the great is- Peiping's position w
tionalist planes returned safe- land barrier of Formosa. to India's Prime te
ly despite the superiority of He said this Nationalist-held aharlal Nehru personally
the Russian-built Jets. Island Is-going to be kept intact yesterday in a 30 minute d
Communist warplanes were He referred to it as a spearhead ence with Rdd China's
reported flying over Tachen l .- extending out into the Pacific. matie representative i
land at will keeping the Na- Mr. Eisenhower chose his words Reportsof their mo
ceived fromtthenEritits
tionalist base 200 miles north of carefully and was clearly reluc- ceived from th British
Formosa under constant air a- tant to talk at all about the Far tal, said the Chinese di
alarm. One Mig was reported Eastern situation Huan Halang, made it a
shot down by anti-aircraft flie. He refused to say directly his conversations with
The U.S. 7th Fleet, soon to be whether he is hopeful tha t Peiping will not gE
reinforced by the carrier Mid- war can be avoided. He relied any "Two Chinas" ettie
The belief was ,,i
way steaming toward Formc-a on re-emphaslsing that Amer- day that feisn
at ful speed, remained aloof lan Intentions have been the U.ated Natio s inSi
from the fighting but kept pa- made absolutely clear and left to r J na thie esefs al
trol planes in the air for any it more up to the Communtailts tafios -I but probablyas
eventuality. to give the answer.,odato O Rut aprobal
Delayed reports from Tachen He also turned down several for debate ofR usi a' no
said casualties w from Comma- pportunites to state that the be debated after the N
rAt air attactl had been Tinited States would fight for land Proposal for& aN S
heavy, espesialy among the the Nationalist-held offshore is-.would demand ro.urn o-
civilian population-fishermen lands of Quemo andMat. sa and the Pescaor
and goat herdsmen and their He steered away' from disclos- China and would brand
families., n whether orders to the BeUnited States an "aggreor"
Unofficial reports said at least enth Fleet Include "hot pursuit." the Formosan crisis.
140 persons were killed ob This means that ships and Radio Peiping's broadcasts to.
wounded in the Red attacks planes could chase attacking Red day hinted that the Pepin
earlier this week when the Corn- forces back to the mainland and e ent probably will- t
munists bombed the nav.] that planes could range even --accept the U.N. invitation-
headquarters compound and 'farther. some such terms.
razed a woman's barracks. The President said he had Nehru is atively seeknor
arrange a Geneva-type
fSrene to settle the F al
crisis outside the U i-
tions, it was rePorted in I
don today, i;
Authoritative sources
said Nehru Is taking
to determine what sup au
a move would have.
It has not been i made !;
whether Nehru -is for or_-fm
the United Nations
rCouncil's action in s
Formosan ceaeire. NesthlSM
clear whether Nehru wafts
Geneva-type cee to ta;w1
preeIe the U .N7 a' b&
ld out a an ialtermat
United Nations effort 1
But the sources a
has been putting t r
conference idea -
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F htrs are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appear the


Peter Edson


Washington


WASHINGTON (NEAl- Nelson
Rockefeller's assumption of his
new job as special assistant, to
President Eisenhower is expected
to add considerably to the quality
of creative imagination on the
White House staff. This character-
istic has not been too prominent
In the first two years of the Eisen-
hower administration.


101t dby. Letters ore published in the order receive. government affairs
Please try to keep the letters limited to one pge length. Old hands in government affairsve
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. will concede that the executh'e
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions nh of this Adm integrity. Theratire onis a
ressd in letters from readers. ^sincere, almost a religious desire
C- R SpPE STERS ito do the things "good for all the
SNE CAR SPEEDSTERS American people," as the Presi.
Auto agencies should be made aware of the fact that their dent says often.
emploves are destructive speeders. S
I have seen them driving from Crlstrbal to Panama at a has enctroublntered have Administraemm.
aered around 7'0 mph This ha.s not happened once, but many ed from apparently not knowing
times, with several different makes of car. for sure what the riht things wre
For-exanple, I had St. Rios of the Panama National uard or e what the righbout thm. It has
riding with me Jan. 27,.and we both saw a blue convertible with corrected many old and obvious
two'exhausts throtih rear bumper, and crossed fla lnsignih. faults of g..ernment-like revising
pass at over 70 mph. They got a flat ncar Rio Abaio. There the tax code and reducing govern.
were three persons in the car, and it had no license plates. ment expenses. But dramatic new
Auto agencies might well wonder whv their new cars burn policies that capture imagination
so much oil right after delivery Everyone knows that a new and support have not been too
car should be driven slowly at first. numerous.
These speed artists are rulnine cars, to say nothing of the number
fact that they are endangering the lives of others. The one most constructive idea


- Timon


THANKS FROM CANADA


r I would like to thank all those who made my visit between
JIn. 8 23 so enjoyable. One I shall not forget.
$ Sincerely.
Joyce Medforth.
]68 Islington Ave. North,
Totonto 18, Ontario,
Canada.
R.H.S AND ALBROOK


so far developed has been Prest-
dent Eisenhower's plan for an
international sharing of atomic
energy knowhow and materials for
peaceful purposes.
It is generally conceded that
C. D. Jackson played an impor-
tant role in developing this idea.
His job at the time was special
assistant to the President, but his
principal assignment was to over-
see and shape U. S. strategy in


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hr: psychological warfare. law
I wa.s dulv touched bv Irate Mother who would have Albrook Mr. Jaclson quit this job last tat
eoed as an Air Force base. However, this irate mother gladly March. It has been empty ever Flig From F i
admits that it is inconvenient to cross the Miraflores Bridge; but since. There has been a prolonged 1l 1 miE
ten. others do it ever dav and live through it. search for someone to take his 1 1
Since Irate Mother chooses to ignore the fact that it was a place. No one could be found with mi{
Iupid place to put the school in the first place, why not change the right amount of creative im- By RUARK of
tio wording of her letter. agination. B BOB Rw moind
Before tragedy is at our door, let us urge that the high school ithe
Db closed and moved over to Fort Kobbe. I know it will be in- Then someone, in what must o --- A
c rnvenlent for the little kiddies: but then, other kiddies do it have been a burst of pure genius,..
venien for the liv e through it. Same debut then, other kiddiesoke up to the act thatthe an HOUSTON, Tex. We haveleaving town. I seen them newfor a town than Glenn, when he Ea
rery and live through Same dirnc were looking for wa already dealt briefly with Texas love as green boots and the fancy suit. built the Shamrock at considerable of
Please observe that many of the larger cities in the States thee n Wa ton in bigger commodity than most expense. But Cousin Glenn has ro
ve air terminals near congested areas and scheduled aircraft working quietly in Washingtonin a bigger commCditn Gennhmost I
n be a ir terminal n ear to the housetops day and nightscheduled the person of the modest million folks can handle, and so today Mr. Romero, who looks like an killed off a few of us in his own
at n be seen skmmn over to these e air terminals day and nght, air 46-ear-old Nelson Aldrich! approaii the business of Texas unsuccessful prizefighter, was a process of civic pride, because you
at would happen If these air terminals wee move every Rockefeller. friendship. This is so big it can poorly-paid member of the Navy cannot be Irish and a Texan and
My advn Irate Mother complaiother Is to send her children to anotherkill you if you take it far enough. before he became a big shot, and build a fine hotel and win and lose A
My advice to Irate w ould others to nvend herchildrenrs do anther For the past year and a half I have several muscular friends I almost got mixed up with him a few fortunes and still have many of
ool. I know i t would be i convenient, but others o t he has been undersecretary in the in Texas, boys who, as they say,,on the same ship. If this had hap- surviving friends. After a few days extr
y and live through it. Department of Health, Education don't quit. As a four-horse par- opened there would have been no of constant friendship with Mr. crit
__ _- Stop-your-moaning and Welfare. His appointment to lay, I would say that the Bro- Korea, because World War Twice McCarthy, I write my own obi- imp
S-. .. and his acceratnce of. this number others Me2.rthy, Glenn# ncd Bill, Would still be going on. and at tuar and silently plant myself, fore
Answer to Previous.Puzzle two joh in DHEW has always been and the Messrs. Ralph Johnston least one ship would be lost from I know such silent intellectuals leai
Romanian Rumimage A 5E L ML I s a riddle in the capital. He could and Archer Romeru can hurt a the plot. as-well, I will drop no compli- live
om nioAn Rumm ge unquestionably have had a bigger visiting slicker pretty bad, if only. Mr. Romero, poor fellow, suffers mentary names-and find no time Chi
t -o RE z and better job. out of friendship. There are four from friendship too, because he is for them, and this is bad. I play the
AC19ps 57 Palmlea.' I8a*I d of them. There is only one of the afflicted with a great regard a league in which everybody calls off,
-r ^ n 1ui. a e '1 Mr., Rockef has taced visiting Easterner, for me and Mr. Ralph Johnson everybody else Junior, and in swi
S9Ean h ssentiEL Is xisstence lt% w .i ure. .The Fat Stock' 6hoWl is begin- is apt to tidet us both at airports which no visitor can either buy Coa
-- Of A U L U1 I- taryship, howe'r. Hehashi en ning soon in Houston, and this is at the same time. Mr. Johnston a drink or hit a turkey, Fo.
M.9W q u 60 EnOthutrw d e - L 1 the brains and big Idea an of the the biggest event of the year. That was last year's chief of the Fat ( know people who will kill any-
flaes iOtherwise ;E aR i M1' NA T U department. The heal reinsur- is why I am leaving Houston. 1 Stock Show, and an association body for not beipg a friend of a M
S The is its DOWN A5 oS e c 0 l L -r ance idea was his baby. Though am not strong enough to stand as with past and present city fathers, friend, and whose attention to a s a
monetary unit I Asiatic sea U r N Congress refused to adopt. it last much fric-dship as will be poured I am told, does not help a sluggish friend is so severe that it calls sin
81thas mal 2 Cityin NevadaI E *t 'y year, and may do so again this -1 mean served-at this event, liver. I have a sluggish liver, either for tears or a fistfight. rets
-- and air V' .... year, it at least hast the merit of Because this extent is in dread- The thing you maybe do not r
12 Porce 3 Dines ebooter original thinking and a fresh ap- fully competent hands this year. know about Texas is that they I am a little suffused with emo- ore
er 4Revoke a 24Hcoveringd 340Freebooter proach to the old and still unsolved A backslid Cajun named W. knock themselves out for their ton about all the kindness I have eve
Endnager egacy coverings 40 Toward problem of how to have universal Archer Romero, called other home territory, because to a Texan received from Texans and a few one
4roquoian Italian city 26 Pen name ofup 41 Lurem weight health protection without socialized things by the people who love him it is a sacred duty to knock him- choice characters of doubtful re- eva
dn 6 Italian city 26 Pen name of 43 Gem weight medicine well, is the boss of the Fat Stock self out in behalf of the kinfolk, pute, and all I can say is that if nesv
5 Poker stake 7 Employed Charles Lamb 44 Out of danger Show this year, and that is the both civically, charitably, and so- anybody ever needs anybody to and
Female saint 8Closer 27Lease 45SonofSeth r. Rockefeller is also the man highest honor which may befall cially. And the trouble with this defend the Alam again, call me an
9 Italian river 28 Conclude (Bib.) I who dreamed up the proposed a Hou. ITHadile 10 Passport 29Geelic 46 Eternities I Federal Advisory Commission-on knowledge of R('mero, dating back the innocent bystander gets clob- the Fat Stock Show. Just dub me isla
18Misplace endorsement 30 Presently 47 Type of bomb the Arts. President Eienhower to the war, which we lost togeth- bered, due to weakness, while the a coward, a sissy, or.both. But Chit
19 Scatter, as hsy1 Period of tme3.1 Hardens 48 Cotton bundle has told Congress he will send up er. He is troublesome when he local lads are at work. I have seen the boyr go, and I sur
Bellow 22Note in 33 Drone bee 50 Soviet city a special message on this later is not being honored. When he is I esteem the McCarthy family just ain't got the muscles to com- Sonur
Genusof Guido's scale 36 Cooking 51 Bows slightly Ion This will be after Rockefeller being honored . well, I am greatly, and nobody ever did more pete. So
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I As special assistant to the
President, Mr. Rockefeller's
assignment will be much broader
than Mr. Jackson's. Mr. Rocke-
feller is charged with "coordinat-
ing all federal programs to in-
crease the cooperation and under-
standing of alu peoples." It's a
whale of :,n assignment, but much
to his liking for work behind the
scenes and out of the political
limelight.
He will, in fact, be entitled to
have his finger in about every-
thing. At $15,000 a year, his will
'be about the cheapest millionaire-
.with-a-conscience brains that the
IAdministration is buying. And he
will be a trouble shooter par ex
cellence.
Mr. Rockefeller is one of the
hardest-working men in Washing-
ton. His staff assistant say he
works 24 hours a day. HOs name
seldom appears in the society col.
umns as being among those pre.
sent for the three or four official
functions held in Washington al-
most every day. He doesn't have
time for them. He doesn't even
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ELEMENTARY LESSON From a Coast col'm: "Follow be a s-iger. Weel be over in an
me closely on this one. Bill hour."
The mind forgets, but the heart Marx, Harpo's son, can't whistle, In they came, the gangster and '
remembers., so Bob Marx, son of Gummo a tall, handsome 200 lb. lad.
Years from now, when I should Marx, dubbed for him on Jack "Thizziz the kid I wuz tellin' yez
have learned Lmnkletter's (he's th- son of Art) about," said the Gorilia. "Gib hm
That time takes all, even dying CBS radio show. Arthur Marx, one of dem awdishuns."
embers, who's Groucho's son, wrote up After the chap s.ng, the agent
I will recall how your kisses this new Marx Brothers act for a bluntly said: "No talent."
burned, national magazine where did I To which the Ape hrugged:
The mind forgets, but the heart lose you?" "T'ell wridid: Weel make him a
refuses Right after followw." fighter."
To let go all that was cherished, --
sweet. News Item: "P sy ch olo gst Item: "Georgia Sothern, arrest-
It treasures forever what it claims talkataie male should mar- ed in Philly for giving an indecent
loses, ,ry woman of the other sort." strip performance, disclosed that
And quickens to echoes in the Other sort:' her real name is Hazel Finkel-
street stein."
That sound like bne by long ab- Telegram fr')m Buddy Hackett: Oh, Georgia, can't you keep Any.
sencce taken. a "Congrats on your Dottie Mc- thing a Secret?
The heart learnslittle, and car- Guire reconciliation scoop. Neat
es nc whit. 'beat of McGuire-.tapping!" B'way Breakup: When she gets
Whether or not its core is -- your Goat after she gets her Mink.
shaken I Remindei to MM: It's always
By love itself or the ghost of it. the new friends you make (after Pufflicty "Allison Hayes, War-
-Eleanor Alletta Chaffee ou hit the LopI whu tell you to ner actress in 'I Died A Thousand
S--. forget lPe iad ones who helped Times,' has enrolled for a night
Tallulah Bankhead had some you get there, course at UCLA in 'A Psychologi.
, chums in her Ely.vec suite after her cal Study of the Motivations of
performance in Dear Charles." I Here's The Big Diff: Joe Dl- Entertainment People'."
The star (always The Life of, Maggie treated Manlrin like a Wait'li she finds out it is Sex! .
the Poddy with her machine-gunlady. Some others treat her like' ---.---
tempo'd monologsi fog horned: a goldmrrine. From a Hollywood col'm: "Ru-
*I've got lar)ngitL So every- birosa sold the million-dollar wed-
body shut up!" "What's Godfrey's big worry- ding plane Barbara Hutton gave
-- !"hip trouble"" hhn for a mere $100,000. Zsa Zsa
Surprised to see Marilyn Mon- **No, ucei troubk Gabor was telling Rubi she loved
roe in Boston. We figured any-j -- organ music. And lo, the next day
one so sexy as Marilyn would he Some chaps were discussing an organ was delivered. George
banned there movie stars. One said that after Sanders gave her a piano, but took
seeing Grace Kelly and Audrey it back when they parted. Zsa Zsa
I Jackie Gle-son's observation: Hepburn in recent roles, the told me Rubirosa was raising bulls
I"Now that Gleason has that new charms made famous by Jane in Mexico."
11 million contract, my family Russell and Gina Lollobrigida Peasants!
Land I find it difficcit to laugh at ,were on the way out.
ibim. We hav4 the feeling he'sI "Well," said another, "there's News Item: "Woman has recur-
laughing at us!" la lot of advertising to promote rent dream that her husband's a
rum but folks still drink a lot of millionaire."
From Sbeilah Graham's flashes: whisky. Most dream that when they are
'"David Niven is writing a stage shopping
play but confesses to me that he's Pufflicity: "'Virginia Mayo stores -
stymied. He has 32 people on stage her cashmere sweaters in the re- Grace Downs, the modl aUenre
at the 1st Act curtain, and abo-ifrigerator. Keeps 'em in shape." boss, commenting O6 the gawig
lutely no way to get them off." Keeps WHAT in shape??? trend of Inteulgenee moaute and
How about showing one of his show girls:
old films? All the front page scandal these "Nowadays it len t enough for
ays comes from Broadway and a pretty girl to be able to- walk
Headline: "Waltiess Walks Over Hollywood. Just proves how well with a book on her head. She has
20 Miles." Ike's doing in Washington. to be able to read it"
No wonder tiiw soup is cold! I--- I --
Oi One of Broadway's top talentI Item: "Betty Grable and Marge
Overheard in Udy's: "It seems scouts was phoned by a mobster. Champion received the moat welf
every time God vs w aroud "'Hey, you!" said Mr. T wh of their lives b. t
something happe t .al" r Openers, "I watch 1West Point %aaa boy aaMil aI
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ics adamttea ne made a good of a preventive war oneY
pression. The senators knew be. or f a preventive war one
e they called him that he had which would be waged in order to.
ied toward, in effect, a proven. head off a less advantageous war
e war, urged a blockade of the later
na coast, and was adamant that And although he didn't say any.
United States must defend the And although he didn't say any.
hore islands, even those within thing specifically, senators came
m ing distance ot the great away from -the heArinj&.convinced.
munt cities Amy dthat1 this was *tl nn accurate
chowmmun ap praisal of the Admiral's post.


[uch of what Admiral Radford
i d cannot be published here,
ee he dealt with military sec-
s. He made it clear to the sen.-
rs that- he still vigorously fav-
d defending the offshore islands,
n including the Tachen islands,
of which has already been
cuated by the'Nationalist Chi-
e. However, Radford was frank
appeared to give all sides.
adford did not believe that
erican defense of the offshore
nds would lead to war on the
nese mainland. He said he was
e we could call China's bluff.
ie senators were not so sure.
t one point Radford was asked:
would Russia intervene if the
ted States was dragged into war
i China?"
Russia will do what's best for
sia," Radford replied in effect.
added in his opinion Russia
ld not intervene.
ome senators expressed their
rust of Chiang Kai-shek and
fear that he might drag us Into
ar that we did not want.
We can control Chiang because
can control his gasoline, his
is, and his supplies," Admiral
ford replied in brief.


FRANK GENERAL RIDGWAY
Gen. Matthew Ridgway. chief of
the Army, was equally frank. As
previously pointed out in this col-
umn, he disagreed emphatically
with the chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Radford.

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TAKES OVER Robert F.
Kennedy, 29, Is the new chietc
counsel of the Senate Investi-)
gating Committee. He replace#l
the controversial Roy Cohbt
with whom he feuded while:
serving as assistant and minor-1
Ity counsel for two years The,
feuding broke out into the open
at the Army-McCarthy hearings,
last spring.


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WASHINGTON Here Is the However, Ridgway was careful not
ckstage story of what happened to mix policy matters. He re.
ring the Senate committee de- stricted his opinions to military
ate on the President's joint reso- questions only. He made it clear
tion for he protection of For- that he did not believe the United
osa and the offshore Chinese Na. States should help Chiang Kal-shek
onalist Islands. in holding either the island of Quo.
At first it looked as if the reso. my, situated just inside Amoy.
tion would sail through the Se- haror or the island o fMatsu,
e Armed Service and Foreln which helps to blockade F chow
relations Committees, jo o-n Lat harbor.
meeting, in one day. Dulles was The full forces of Americaneas
stifyg with vigor and effective power and air power would not
ss. Senator Knowland of Ca- be sufficient to defend the slands,
irla, the great champion ofl General Ridgway contended. Amer.
iang Ka-shek, kept saying, "Letican ground troops would have to
ote; let's vote." There was no be thrown in.
)position to Dulles whatsoever. "How much would we have to
Then, suddenly 76-year-old Sen- use in found trps?" Rldga o
or Barkley of kentucky, one of was asked.
e "baby" senators, though he "Three divisions at least was
s served in public office longer his relvy.
an any other man save Sam -"
tyburn, dropped a question. General Rid way w a s of the
rkley had been sitting with eyes onion that we defended the
If-closed during most of the dis. offshore islands and here he
ssion, as if his mind was far did not include the Pesadoren
'ay. Obviously, however, it which are close to Formosa one
Isn't. thing woul4 lead to another, and
'Isn't this just a predated dec- eventually we would flod ourselves
ration of war?" the former vice embroiled ne i on e nese main.
resident shot at the secretary of landroled contention was tatinhe
te. A is contention was that the
Dulles was taken a little aback. merican Army was not large
Well some people might thi enough to fight on the Chinese
" he replied frankly. man
larkley was referring to that "Can the United State. Army
rt of the President's resolution defend Formosa?" Ridgway wa
ich gave him the right to bomb asked Formosa
Chinese mainland. Barkley felt His reply was an unqualified
at this was a blanket authorize. reply wa unq ed
n to violate the borders of a yes.
eign country, and might well NO NE DRAWN.
d to war.
As an international lawyer," At no time during the testimony
tinued the ex-veep, "wouldn't before the two Senatecommittees
interpret this as a predated before the two Senate committees
laraton of war?"ed was a line drawn as to where the
*he secretary of state, who United States would stop in de-
of the most noted internatiois fending Chiang Kal-shek's forces.
years int he United States, hesial Whereas the Pentagon has been
ed, almost stammered, of the opinion that the United
Yes, I wouldd" he finally adStates would defend Quemoy and
Yes, I would," he finally ad- Matsu, despite their proximity to
tted. theth inesepmainlad the State
Every member of the joint com Department has h th Scontrary
ttee sat up. Even Senator Byrd Depa men has ad th contrary
Virgia, who hen previously viewpoint, and this qestlqin was
icated 100 per cent support for nould resist the Chinese Reds was
resolution, seemed concerned. left fuzz the
afterr this, the questions became left fuzzy-
re searching, continued longer. W n
ch member of the Joint Chiefs While Admiral Radford did not
Staff was subjected to careful say anything to this effect, the
ss-examination. senators got the Impression that
he was willing to go much further
RADFORD IS CANDID thaA any other member of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff in risking war
dm. Arthur Radford, chairman on the mainland of China. 'In fact,
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was ome senators felt he waslookin
remely candid, and even his for an excuse to bomb Red China.
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Ulals n., w re a1^-,. ei
w.ou ld up aa e jth r liee aaes 'tsapprr eciates pot only the
wou a4d ( W ,et er h -o. work of .profespIonals
gT inds to i ti tt ron. ent ed ster's bo t R so the efforts of tyrbs, espee
Tha, lils witness cret documents for tra nlsog to I faly of friends. Those who accept
Gross i s Russia, and whether he t0 i qlves in a back room,
omay -n.te slt. _n h s l 'om ilvermaster the secret date with the materials of art and un-
ur ma ke to o the Allies' Invaalon of France. der orders to paint what they see
grounds oI"e E gieth Before. torld War II Ullman iThe result of several years of
S a s a imake' civlian worker for the gov. this paint for your supper
the witsor ptrment. He worked on several was exhibited in the re
iossbefore nd during te .turantgallery of the Pittsburgh
Wiatn GT. FeA 2 iwar. with the late arry Dexter Playhouse. The exhibition, called
Weinfeld .d .a 2-p.age del- White, a Treasury Department of- 'As I See Me". demonstrate.
tlon that a t Invest i-ftical accused by Miss Bentley of what ca result rom people look-
gating ithe being a member of the Red sp :n themselves straight h.the eye.
tonal sc r -d fense obes ring. ne of Naylor's newspaper cal-
national seW defense 'of Lumbar said the grand Jur lea wes, noted for his gentle mien
the Unitl Stas against esplon- would reconvened and. Ullmas a placid aspect was depicted
age and consp Mt'y l time of called to testify as soon as pos- s a corse tured,leering I
U.S. Atibrneyl Edward Lume- The court rejected 11 motilo of rof ..nek. i
mony Isa eetsaryIn tlhe on p U t11mn'slo attorney'sNathanWitt. .10 sort of plihopmenon na s
interest &We7Z a Se t. e andLeonard Bou who indcat- urallY leads boti- m artists- and'i-
Ullman was named by former ed Ullmaan would continue his re- serers to uttef weighty w1ods
Commulnit courie ElIsabeth Beot- fusal to testily pending appeal like "subconscious" and "wishful-.
ley as a leading figure in a war- of the judge's order.l meatt"
Sa Maybr 'David L. Lawrence, for
Se a stance, fashioned a remarkable
S" a likeness of himeAf. The only dec
US Government Fads In Effort tail challenged was the hair.
SLawrence's is thining, bout his
r lt portra-self sports a nice owth.
To Retrieve W i fall Profi sc ously I long for maxd hair."
SMany of the "artists" dodge an..
alyfsi "- by obviously over or mn-
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2 CUP)-" Glen Oaks Village In the Queens t- la themselves. Ge
The gover nt has lost a test action of New rk City, and r y the mon acqume te funny
ease -by which atbhd hoped to Mars Homes" In iftijore. Md. or -some other such destrtlon,.
Te case. y wlae fl~hoped ta.ains- M.a. Gosse .. .. b er Alfrethand even the most striking womp -
cover sqme of the millions of do It was similar to scores of oth- en .do their best to di Them
lars i alleged "wdfall". oslag er cases cited by the Senate Bank- endo their best to depict
profits. v a d ed today. lag Committee during the I a t .elves Plai.. .
The setb.ck came In- the U.S. year's investigation of scandals in would a ppear that the Nay-
Tax Cou i.whleb ruled that a the Fleral H oqsing Adminiatr lors get a lot of laughs at others'
build. i Mete correcti their. ,The airy' cght out that expense without incurring any of
so-ealp. '"ISO w ,erz"astong-r many i s quic prof their own, but one friend estimat-
term ap iits o s, its on n.ort ages' ed that the Navlors have spent,
The I d Revenue Service Committee members had de and- $1 otr m fo Ian isdrnthe vik -
had subt for.3 million dollars, ed that- the government -try to fe- rs
claiming the funds were subject cover some of the money. -
to ordinary Incope. taxes, which Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.),
carry a higher rate than capital who parked the Housing investig- was held by their wives and chil-
gains. nation, said "no one can quarrel dren and trusts for the benefit of
In disallowing .the claim, the very much" with the .Tax Court the children.
16-judge. Tax Courtnaullfied one decision. The revenue service made two
of the gdvwrnment's- chief weapons But he said the decision makes claims, both overruled in an opin-
for cracking down on postwar a- It plain "that the housing laws ooin written by Judge Norman O.
apartment builders who obtained are loose sad the administration Teitjens. The revenue service
government mortgage loans for of them is lax." said:
more than their projects cost. The case teted in the tax I1. The distribution should have
There were no dissents from the court Involved distribution to stock- 1 been taxed as stoik dividend,
ruling, holders of somnt 5 million dollars, subject to inroms tax rates.
The decision may be appealed largely excess mortgage funds. 2. The Gross brothers and Mor-
to the regular federal courts, bow- The major stockholders were ton should pay regular income
ever. three Lahgg Islan 4b ers, George taxes on somp of the money they
The tes case wait field agalht M. Gross, idrs brother Al f.red received because it was compensa-
11 stockholders ft t ospcrtlae s Gross, and their brolher-Inlaw tio for.their services oas seurs
Involved e lt La ,keact .Mr!ton. k.,Otheir -stock of the arppa n..
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FARMER CITY, -'(UP) -
Police Chief Oa W. Reinke did a
double take whoea t got around
to reading his )lght meter here.
The chief whose various duties
include reading city light and wa-
ter meters couldn. understand
his low kilowatt hours, and a
check revealed the reason .- the
mechanism was running back-
ward.
A new meter was instilled and
proceeded to run In reverse. In-
vestigation disclosed that the line
was shorted at a nearby used car
lot.


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Il., ABOARD! A quartet from St. Luke's stand, at the en-
trance of the special PRR scooter that will provide all-day
ihattle: service on Saturday, between Balboa Heights qnd Mor-
gan's Gardens to provide free transportation to and from the
Fifth Annual St. Luke's Spring Festival. Way stops will be made
at Diablo and Corozal. Pictured above, (lef to rllt; are Janeth
Vinton,'Pula Sullivan, and Carmen Smith of St. Luke's Young
PWople's FellowshIp, and Leonard H. Irockman, general chair-
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SMALL BABY BIG BATTLE Nurse Rosemary Cardillo
i watches over tiny Marilyn Terwilliger, who lies in a baby Iron
lung which saved her life when she was stricken with polio when
sewaseeweehks l ThaMarch of Dimesrushed the respirator
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extends a hearty welcome to the distinguished dele-
gai from Colombia, Venezuela, Cuba, Pu erto Rico,
Rtca Dominicana, Honduras, El Salvador, Nica-
O"M aind (oatemala attending the Convention of
op0'LadtinAn an Division at the Hotel El Panama.


OFFICE:


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AFL Predicts U

Will Rise Unle

MIAMI BEACH, Feb. 2 (UP)-
The AFL sharply criticized Presi-
dent Eisenhower's economic pro-
gram yesterday and accused Lab-
or Secretary James P. Mitchell
of not protecting workers from
"chiseling, wage cutting and law
violating contractors" on defense
projects.
The council said unemployment
in 1955 will rise "as bign or ev-
en higher than last year" unless
the government take action to
speed up the pace ofe economic ac-
tivity.
The powerful 17-member AFL
Executive Cuuncil, representing
111 affiliates and 10,300,000 mem-
bers, recommended tax cuts, a
35-hour work week and a 41.25 mi-
nimum hourly wage to Insuie the
nation's prosperity. But the coun-
cil's sharpest attack came against
the secretary of labor.
The AFL said Mitchell has
"instigated new and novel gim-
- micks to undermine and lower es-
tabhshed prevailing union construc-
tion trade wages' in billions of
dollars worth of defense contracts.
George Meany Al L president,
said the lack of enforcement of
labor laws on defense contract
was "tantamount to collussion on
the part of the present govern-
ment administrators wih chisel-
ing, wage cutting, and law violat-
ing contractors."
Secretary MitcheU admit these
abuses exist," Meany said, "but
when he is asked to sponsor legis-
lation to correct them, he flatly
says no. The chief problem is
Mitchell's reluctance to do the
job."
The council, in endorsing the
resolution offered by the building
and construction trades depart-
ment, also accused Mitchell and
the administration of refusing to
sponsor legislation to amend the
Davis-Bacon Act and the Taft-
Hartley Act to place noni-union
and union contractors on a "fair
and equal competitive bidding
basis."
To stave off an unemployment
increase, the AFL said "the eco-
nopic sights of both private citiz-
ens and government officials must
be sed far beyond the timor-
as -meinsa es" In President Ei-
seamhower's economic report.
"Unfortunatel, the economic
report of the Peident evidences
m reegittoa of urgent problems
eoifa mi urn r eonopmy ... it
throws fttl HSas to emmomi ex-
eetatotes for the comag year,"
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"Unless the government takes
immediate action to help bolster
the purchasing power of the low
and middle income families," the
AFL group said, "economic recov-
ery and high-level unemployment
are by no means Insured."
Meany emphasized the AFL
wanted income tax cuts for lower
income groups.
"There definitely sho u ld be
some adjustment in the lower
brackets," he said, "there should
be exemptions up to $700 or $800
plus a reduction for everybody in
the lower bracket."


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13 convicted Communist Alexander Trachtenberg) had In-
,revoked his testimony yes- quired only about the sales of the
y and said Roy Cohn, former book, Several days later in Cohn's
t U.S. attorney, had told office, he pointed to a passage in
what to say. the book and told me that pas-
eys for the Reds promptly sage was Important In proving the
ed for a new trial. government's case.
witness, Harvey Matusow, "I told him that I had not di. I
er Communist Party member cussed it with Trachtenberg, but|
turned Informer for the FBI, in several session with Cohn, we
the admission in an affida- developed the answer which II
gave in my testimony, tying Trach-
Ife laid he had given false testi- tenberg to the passage.
at the trial of the Reds who -We both knew that Trachten-
r fund guilty in January 195 berg never made the statements
potspiracy to teach and advo- which I attributed to him in my
e the violent overthrow of the testimony."
S emment. Earlier. Mrs. Kaufman h a d
S federal Judge Edward J. DI- asked Dimock to reduce the sen-1
set tomorrow for argu- tences of two of the Reds. one of"
on the Communists' mo- who wants to go to his native Rua-
for a new trial on the basis sia.
newly discovered evidence." Domick reserved decision pend-
The Communists received sen- ing further medical rgoorts on,
tonces from one to three years in Jacob Mindel, 74, and Claudia
Prison and fines of S2000 to $6000. Jones, 40.
Last Friday IfS El Paoe, Tex.,
satusow admitted in another affi-
daft he had perjured himself In
trial of a New Mexico labor pital Newsman
er, clinton Jencks, who was
an a new trial.Says Ike Doesn't
Matusow said in his affidavit in
A for a new trial and to do W Anl To Run alnl
t can to remedy the harm
at I hat'e done to the defen-
t.. to te defe- CLEVELAND, 0., Feb. 2 (UP)
The affidavit was filed by Mrs. Merriman.Smith. senior White
rylKaufman, one of the Com. House correspondent for the
ts' attorneys, who askedfo .United Press, predicted todav
n new rial that President Nisehower would
Matusow said in his affidavit, iot seek-election next year if.
C hn, former chief counsel of Sen. "If the ship of state Is riding
oseph R. McCarthy's Senate in-. d lY next year, if the coun-
estigating subcommittee, "help- trya prosperous and thp war
1d me formulate" testimony. duoau are no blacker than'they
Cohn said in his office here that are dayv," Smith aid, the pres-
' *I will not dignify any statement ident will retire to his fasn in
This individual with comment Gettysburg, Pa.
I certainly will not comment "I have subordinated the ad-
this Communist maneuver." mittedly powerful political fae-
S He said that at the time Matu- tore in my reasoning." S'mith
ow was testifying, he was in sidd. "I know for a fact that Mr.
urope. Eisenhower yearns for the d4y
A spokesman for Matusow said when he can settle down on him
e was putting the finlshihg touch- farm at Gettysburg. Members of
on a book, "False Witness," to. Mrs. Elsenhower's family also
e published in Febru a r y or have been fairly free in expres-
larch. sing to close friends the firm be-
"The matters I testified to were lief that life in the White Bouse
Sither false or not entirely true would be too streqous for the
Md were known to me to be eith- first lady for another four
-#r false or not entirely true at the year.a"
trme I so testified," Matusow Smith spoke at the annual a-
kId. wards luncheon of the Cleveland
Matusow said he had testified chapter of the American News-
t "a course of the Communist paper Guild (CIOl.
3bth Movement that would build -,
aew Marxist Leninist youth -
where a Beatrice filakind
_.the students." IAs *
s awi uid he could not re- -fS .
Lwhat Miss Siskind said. "but W fRENOS
( hn) helped me formulate .
which I me d
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of the trial,'" at.
t said Cohn "worked
; prel paring my tetlmo-
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Roby oy Cohn," Matusow .......
-Nd that because of a II your doctor z aa put yqupn
f the book, it would be a strict tdit, It may seem alike
t to connect the book the m important thing in life
ttdisey had attempted to in- to You for the- moment. But re-
Sattorney had ttempted to an- number, 1I. lSe't Importent in
ue th book in the Eugene others.
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mtamag ae c a s p the wa l or wedge ell into enS water and
emake r in the corner. Otherwi e,a rowness
talNewOcer r him. Police and firemen d didn't re-
Balboa assembly No. 1 Ord 'l 'hfr* are bibs ead bibs. Thecovrt the body of Dr. Charles .
a the RainbiW for Girls, installed erryclot h nes are g o d for Butters. a staff surgeon at the
officers on saturday evening at catching root to keep Baby from ?amsachusetts General Holtal
ihe Scottish Re T mdle ; -n3* 0 -, neck of his T-shirt. In Boston, uneti neerlv an hn er
Rite. th TBRithG GROUND, lTst mnndOtywfor the EpElscopl Church df t e, ones with the wi after the accident, and efforts
GilZANtaG GROUND, last Sundy, 7or the Zplacopal Church d tice
The instoaing offcers were Ca. St. Ma et to be built in Margarita, Is Rev. Mtton A. Cook- pock are fo eating time, or to revive hm filed.
l Adams, instpllin Worthy.amis- on. pastor, who is asnstee by cruclfer Edward Lawrence, left they.can lie sponged off and used survivors elude his widow,
Dt Nolan Blsel, installing mTr. the Rev. John H. Townsend, doesan executive secretary, and definitely without washing Hel, of ervile, Ms a
!; Lla raret ewnkef, istal- olyte Jprry Dockery. The Rt. Rev. Heber Gooden, bishop of suburb of Boston.
a Jud Titus, aL the di oese of the Panama Canal Zone was among those present, Don't try to hurry Baby into
recorder; Mr. Malone ial alor with members and friends of the congregation. The choir walking, heavy as he may seem.
Pianist; Robert Schults, Instal oat the Church of Our saviour. in New Oristobal, led hymns of Two things oiny happen if you
Soloist. thankasiving, Rev. Dr. Townsend and Capt. J. F.Diets, chair- do: his muscles may get over-IT I
The following officers were man of the building committee, also turned over shovelfuls of taxed or, as in so many cases of i
.-.... stalled: Kay Frangloni, worthy ad- earth-at different points on the site for the new church. Repre- forcing children, he may rebel.
visor; Sara Collinge, worthy rae entlg the building company was contractor E. O. Hauke. Work ith ea nt encouragement,
I.e ;ov vD rpyoclate advisor; Ma rgret start soon. he'll waddling soon enough.
c P1t suburb anof, hotpni.
Sh May faith; Carodne zark Ioo's not perverseness when Baby
man, recorder B lle Sue Spencer, 0 iL I the i nsists on making the car door
.treasurer; Mildred Sandrone;, Ie O [ i. g h llle hO l o handles playthings. Because they're
1)Il.leader; Ele anor V ra Zand n d bright, shiny and pe fect for a
chaplain; Dixie Stoudner, love; '' I hand, he likes them. Be sure you
anlcy Simon, religl wi tYDiat- DIi*. .. Prom i g Wk take along a particularly .tempt-
cob nature; Joyce a1W;11* ic .th' uiln gco ~Ayw n E.g0oy ty Odlstrkit him on auto
miaortalrty Sally Hodges, Sidhpt W7 W I- rides.
Forest Wise, patriptismi; 5ul
lnapp, service; Math Litte,; bot. -ar- a -- on a oAnu
deutial observer; Martha StevnM
'd outer observer; Leots ates The semi-annual exhibition of cia Musset, Karen Goodman, pre-
ear, choir director; and D the art work of the students of sent new aspects of apparel for
Macdrone, musician. Balboa High School was arranged the modern young. lady for any
After the instualatioa of th on Monday along the corridor of hour of the day. llustratons for Allow Ample Cooking TIme to In
worthy advisor by her father, the first floor of the High School children's stories by Betty Crowe sure Tender P ast COMPLETELY
alph Frangoni, a Rainbow d Building. The four glass cases bring out charm and humor.
ihe hwas presented with i' boqu show portrait iketenes in charcoal Ceramics in soft colored glazes By GAYNOR MADDOX "T
of flower and best wishes Cpr aby Ann Cldwell. Her drawings by Martha Stevenson range from NEA Food sad Markets Edito
happy and successful te rm by Din color give an idea of added tiny ear ornaments to large plates. ON SAL
group of Raidbow girls. She was versatility. A delightfully s~l and beauti- Individual pot roasts, slow-cook
Kay Frangioni dedicated her LLarge imaginative Assign by horse reaches the height of achieve, redolent with onions, can make a
ISS who learned her hul rhtby a oup of Rainbow grls. Helen Tiley done n erracotta ent while other figures are both pndeul economy dinner. Serve
Sder th trtns f a Haaan dance instructor wl She was also given a ave by nd black on crayon easily ex charming and entertaining the pot roasts with mounds of rice.
be the hs t perfo e s at a program to .e presensteu ats ti ber father. press the contemporary style. On the large display boards ex-
S-t ith'Theate os Mony. Kay Fr angion dedicated he r tending the ful le ght of the cor- Mrs. James Miller of Chicago
term to faith and those red Combined mediums by Norma ridor a great variety of styles and gave us the recipe which she says
Sand white as her colors. Jenks dramatize the bullfighter ideas bear staying in a thoughtful I a favorite of her husband and
The Rev. Pa D. Holloway, and the movement of birds in fashion. Circular clown d ns, her a ny friends.
groupTof Ray. P, r D, olShiw aeyll- u lly tkrld/ld Al ia
also. gvnaaeby Per fattier of the MuLn babo o a b Worendersh In a immer gravy
.' 'M CUI ofd cRatldLANN aer of the urInd Protestant bmboo song title illustrations, landscape For the meat, hie selects a 2-
SNAIONAL ATE Chpel,- delivEed an address nl the more practical side, o and other in resting subit mat inh-thick pot roast it from the
SIn "Faiith"n oIoi theme h fashon designs by Gtrald- ter have bee rePatad b t Helene cheu ck, rump oroa und, frd cutse
N will be t the l mflw and sml:dear e McGriff, Mary Hebet, Mar- Bishop, Rene Duke, Hel e Halla, ihe, or d and c
ad alnd i Beissell wats presented with her lodgh. Ann Moreno. George More- gentle ayty tlM insure cor-
e dth f e s thel Y ss.Gil Walls ad V rgfi- C-
bet sa peThe' The rassem a beauty alta Reynods. ts
o "Al fully S tdbc eVand Clef. ie exhibition is open five days
.."F tpon, re- a eek from 7:15 an, udil 4 p

at y wr ba D a n Misses tqst ine i . Tewink- toa rsita ts eork of ty e fie usr, 2 tarsow s sas t
ianfre'sd uturel r ugroam a nd Per t 3 scd r and Fher were y tafled Cdmnts. TM ablt i1 cup sliced onion, no, thip cup wa eter,
T ftu i ters will Sall Pe rt er, dnes e a c g e ofe mnts extend through the second week. 3 tal esp on l our, one 1ouned
theBr mvmn obisifsinCrurcw ... .. h.r o v can ef bouillon (diluted with
include dces to Pole, the god- MessrsW. Jamess Siyld, Stanle wa Instlled. o advisory heF ~- an eef bouillon (diluted with 1
des of fire, and to the alli, or Hamiltn Fred Mrr Mil- ir mposend o mer No. 1, O er of t L J LA S" can water), teaspoon Eelery
t Orh rChapter No. e, Od o l -. d-. s alt, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire
include'"r.._ Phillipst, hrlesWlhelm, Gll.Eastern Star which km the sponsor- 1b PRICE- J WQRLD
,in tIn have n up in fd Dickens, John aropf Edward for Balboa Assembly. .suce..
tMaa di"Swet B l clude a ilMs. an~o sil a of the board are Mr. RCut the meat into serving pieces.
o"weeto." -t~a anard VChrle Dou-as Elizabeth Knapp, mothr advrte- N" MBER .. Season. Dip into flour. Brown in
ie tz Sw e afi or; Mrs. le Barnes, ch airman! :' hot fat, in a heavy kettle.' Add
tRMed'ittit as aa iti wZ flnumbr Mw. Russel, vQ ve holtzer -ea i~t board: end M Elizabeth GROSS NATIONAL a u l e
S., Zikan; sCuretary of the board. ea tender. Add more liquid If neces-
i ta usr a M T assembly pag a song for PRODU sary to avoid cooking dry.
...a. b~Se e te d r d. o other advisor and a from pan to a warm platter. Pour
Mr hay er e,, P Dad for 1 5 and Mrs. T: off excess fat. Slowly stir 3 table-
-r ~. "-. "J. iT~hey ered -TOTAL uOSlLe I spoons flour into drippings in pan.
thteu PERSONAL INCOME, w Cook about 3 minutes. Add bee
S. Mrs Meek of F bb 2lr 5sle) bo uillc and water, stirring o
re-^ mal-C, f 7 a' uVlA 4yt a nd
Sof Ola.- -i w s othe Ihouse guest of 00 Worcestersh re s aut Imer
Wi-' a *(y ttI cu*etw im'0 A M frs;. Mrse saundg ws hBon goWor-e -r gravy is thick. Serve with mea 't.
self at eidBletoa ak Paeoflc ed at t luncheon at anama Golf
Clubodsm VtHi a ornionf, Friday Cla b yesterday. o
eaid Monday afterthos between.
4'ad p., Co-hostesses for Thee affair were Immt hAe_ type- _nr AE I
T eiks may also Ibe .chased Mrs. Joe Justra Mr. Ruth Balto- writtn fen and mesk ed N B r ac u er Pek lUS
at-sm .t from Madros, Dag- er and Mrs. Louise Merchant t -a .,u 1 dpd o four l ervousness or we-
m berI Bropes, and The guest list included Mr s. F. oed ta the uoe. sd oes E I AP. A DS r be" c on sbouild help uv estate
Itue e n to ama. o l. Gregory, Mrs. Edith Epply, s i caot be acced by te.* SO AL INCME S Gln e TeIatel pim -e A A o th
o. H Mrs. Peggy Ptarler, Mrs. Blllaehle 0 6you mS nouwarer, % tron eer and
a nd t8eloheli ng Mrs. Doris pogey, Mrs.a|q Wardeas To Meieest at '.IllI" AIwit noutinterru t jon. Get
R- *froU y r ahebn dtt tiO .
S' Virhia money, Mrs. Stevens, Ms. The women of the Balboa Civil gO,,d,, ., ... -1l teon saus n Wteel. st re
Mi s tnEnGa Pumer, Mr. Anabelle Lea,S Defense Wardens Service will MILLION PERSONS PER CENT OF CIVILAN 0 I C
Miss ene Mrs. Lorraine Zent, Mrs. Ruthold their monthly meetlhg at the g
u $*. eorh e Tegow er- Jenkins, Jrs. Maude Clinchard, JWB In Balboa at 9 o'cloc tomor- EMPLOYMENT se
sin e X t t for Sat Rad MrsV.' rse Haisemas Mrs. Fi:r- row moratnaing.
rAlag --and ~itmas Fa li;ncie r, Mrs. Mary tappet,
Mar Balboa at 10 and Mrs. orm lebselis. IAW Df ed Meets Temerrow ..
.t e copl rChurch eap Tomerro. Inter American Women's Club (- ESs
$toe 4o41v ceremony and Tomorrow,, there w be a wtea wti coavae tomorrow at 3:20 5
ThitiUc.w h will tot-given In the Cathedral Gardel at m., in a meeting postponed ifrotm
lClhal ub. 4:00 p.m. by the Ofieers' of tl an earlier date. lmai
d-W nn"a o arWml's, Auxiliary for ap t he -..
rt. Ell .eon.u of laablo, ladltes of the arish. -- Wasmeoa Asatl.he.Alfry
in 66_7 oGree, Bay, Wisen lSpringo FetlyaI a' ConvocatioN 1 The Wombl' ApalliO Td of the
the sem aof Mr. and Mrs./ npUiFeos Chch wiP N h lsd
C. Todhteranan 'of It hat Bridge Wioanesa e mof ltuly mes tomrvor anrow, L
daty. -aThe wnaners of theadp R ai D4rMeaAldetton, Pasrt-
S-,. h*- bridge g rmes played Monday eve' tor of the Gambom Union Cdurch
aigs So. sning at the Tivoli Guest Houe, will sk en "The Seminary Train
KUWales' .... were: first: Mrs. and Mrs. E. ing f Yong Women for Religi- *n pl5Pot baking succe.ss, us
,lbt f.or r eT m dd. t .r'- Amebeh, ens and interG T N IN OOD SHAPE-Much of 1'e.dent tCALUMET. the double-acting HO
rfa somonlat ma Poolak, wrt Mrs. M .ut- er med and iommunter hIo w' .cocerning the nation's ecoti e_ A baking powder. Get CALUMET tAch
of S o _in feW ray, ourth: Jri. Ruth n l art cerdlely invited to come for abci*e dependable personal Incom lin_ 1oday aud try it! l
'A_ ..U ioA. Cook.. a ha.. with M Carol m. coffee pt .m. billin al pe capital spendable income wa I ._ .
the Uns amed G CaIsroline WHunt. Ft sse r'rLrouOK'FORu.- r
odpar.uts we Mr. and Kr.. Webr A-s9---- The Mieulhr inethly coffee n THE INW-.AN .. -
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U Aramea AAVe and 33 SL
OURDIS PHARMACY
1. 3 La CarramtQll]a


CASA ZALDO
Central A e. t14
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lo>.ery -aa.a
FABMACIA LOMBARDO
Fourth of July ave


THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No. 57


MERCIAL &

SFESSIONAL

I'':T U Have a
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SEPTI-SAN
1A4w Anazing Natural
t Destyer. Kllus
0 -and Reduces Mass
,ttw Cost. Money Back
hiumats of gtkfactlon.
EO F. NOVEY, INC.
Central Ave.
T; Te 3-e10


HARNETT & DUNN
EA ROOM DANCE STUDIO
IL PANAMA SUITE III
if O.m. Aduhts. Pr-.temes
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le ot true to say "we did evfT-
i possible" unoles echilratle
'was included*.


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o 4th of July) Ave No, is
inlet to Braniff ottirel
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tr Univ.. WashlnRton. D.C
leimD'rrletntiml Pedro Miguiel
Snod Gamntas CZ
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(denture and adBrids rt-'.
1, ABhRABIVE (new technIque
-. o dental fllinp),
trvlaes In: -raTys Surgey-
an md CIlldren D6tlatr1
SH:t PanBMn (-) |-011
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1iw you buy a
REFLEX we the
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You'll buy


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iifb will be presented
Club to the con-
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nadtam room- and for
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this meeting. top lead-
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Norge Re-
frigerator. Good condition. Extra
motor, $35.00. Apt. R4D Rous-
seau, Tel. 25-3195.
FOR SALE:-1 Deep freezer, 14
.ft 60 cycle, Electric fans 60.
cycle, wicker choirs, .rocking
chair, telephone steel cabinet.
IBird) McCall with cage. Cu-
rundu 2154C. Phone 4147,-Cu-
rundu.
FOR SALE:-Rattan dining room
table s6lid mahogany top, 4 no
arm dining chairs, 2 host chairs;
also manual operated Singer
sewing machine, metal bed,
spring and Simmons new inner-
spring mattress. Exceptional buy.
Call Panama 3-6359.


FOR SALE.-Westinghouse Re-
frigerator 25 cycle. 9 cu. ft.
Phone 87-8162.


QUICK SALE KITCHEN EQUIP-
MENT Two electric ranges,
glass washer 25 cy. motor, Bot-
tle cooler, Refrigerator 9 cu. ft.
25 cy., Refrigerator 10.cu. ft. 25
cy.-Phone Mr. (Cholly) Wil-
liams, Balboa 2-3466.
FOR SALE:-Double beds with
springs 26.00, Wardrobes 25.00,
Nite tables 4.50. Dressers with
mirrors 1800, Dining room table
and 4 chairs 49.00. Wicker sofa
and arm chair 29.00, China
Closets 19.00, Modern vaonities
29.00, Rockers 6.50, Kitchen
cabinets 18.00. Also: Mattress-
es. Springs, Pillows, etc. Gas
Stoves, Refrigerator. Easy termsI
We deliver!-HOUSEHOLD EX-
CHANGE.-National Ave. No.,
41, Tel. 3-491 1.
FOR SALE: 2 quartermaster
beds with innerspring mattresses,
$35.00 eoch. Maytog washing
machine, 60 cycle, $100.00.-
21718, Curundu.
FOR SALE.-4 piece Rattan liv-
ing room set, brand new. 38th
Street No. 1, Apt. 1. Tel. 3-
6157.
FOR SALE:-Living room set, 4
pieces. Very cheap. Poitilla Air-
port 15th St. No. 115. Can be
seen mornings.
FOR SALE --Electric fan, Gen.
Elec. Ironer, Wash machine, 11
ft. Refrigerator. Defroster and
Freezer Comp., oall 25 cycle, 2
Q.M. chests. Cot. 2 mattresses,
Bamboo blinds, 6/0 Penn. Reel
& Rod. 48 Studebaker Land
Cruiser Sedan. House 6081, An-
con Blvd. Phone 2-1251.


FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE:- Model A Ferd
Readsteor duty paid Liscnse for
1955, seed running -condition.
Can-he seen at SAS earoae Pen.
34703. Price $250.00. Mut be
sold before Sunday.


FCR SALE:-Seve $716.00 on a
1954 Oldsmobile Super II hard
top only 4000 miles. Hyd-,
redie, W-W tires, back up
lights, 2-tone blue. See Jack
Weir, Smeot & Parades.
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Custom-
line Six. 4-door, radio, direc-
tionol indicator. Call 3-3580,
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth
Sedan. "Ldmbswool Cream" fin-'
ish. New rubber. Extras. 32,000
miles $750.00, Private owner.
Gatun 5-579.
FOR 'SALE: 1941 Chev. Cori-
vertible. Reasonably priced. Call
Ft. Clayton 6244 after 6 p.m.


WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Furnished ground
floor apartment or house, 2 or 3
bedrooms, for one month only.
Phone 2-2003.
WANTED: -- Sewing machine
treadle or electric. Must be rea-
sonable. Albrook 86-7172.


FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:-Beoch house 20x30
furnished. Good well, light plant.
Lawn mowers, trailer, large
garage, oil fenced with iron
posts. Call Vero Ailken 27-3,
4147, 2154C, Curundu.
FOR SALE:--Cottege --Santa
Clara. Concrete portly furnished,
2750 00. Phone 2-4255 or 25-
3583.
FOR SALE: Concrete house,
2000 meters of land, "Nuevo A-
rraljan." Telephone 2-2809.


LESSONS
Instruction In de plan play-
ing offered by Zez Bennett not-
ed professional pianist-teacher
and orchestra leader. 15 years
teaching experience. Tel 2-
1283. Panama.


SReview Honors Anniversary

Of School At Fort Gulick


'ILT


AT 57 "H" STREET,


Agenda Inateral doe PabUlmones
45 C 41ra Ave


FA-MACU


FARMACU LUX FA
Parque 'i&am 7 b.reet
LEW XVICE HI
le Obtwal Ave. J.
NOEDAVE AT=I
VM ZEpfia No. 34


MISCELLANEOUS


JINLIE JIM JAUNT TO
DARIEN
'*a.' 11th, 12th, 13th
Sponsored by Hotel El Panama.
3 Full Days. Leave February f th
at 7:30 a.m. return late Sunday
afternoon 13th. Fishing through
the PerlI Islands, visiting with
primitive Choco Indians, shear-
ing crocodiles, jack light hunt-
ing, cruising up the Sambu niver,
aboard El Panama's Pescadora.
shoes and DON'T FORGET YOUR
CAMERA. For information, res-
ervatic phone Jungle Jim,
Hotel -El Panama, Panama 3-
1660.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE.-Hollicrofter 520-R.
Call 4295 Albrook.
FOR SALE: 1 Kodak Duaflex
II Camera with flash attachment,
$-15.00. 4 cots w.hi mattresses,
$5.00 each. Larke trunk $20.00.
2256-A Curundu, Phone 83-
3208
FOR SALE:-5 sections lattice
to fit cottage. $40.00. Taylor,
5852 Diablo, 2-1327.
FOR SALE:-Household furni-
ture. also 1947 Dodge Coupe in
good condition. Reason for sell-
ing? Leaving the Isthmus. Dur-
ing duty hours call 87-7246.
After duty hours call Panama
3-2189.
FOR SALE: Doberman puppies.
Phone Panama 2-3458 before
7.00 p.m.; 3-0870 during eve-
ning. Price $50 00.
FOR SALE:-Montuno complete.
7th Street No. 7-46.
FOR SALE: One lot potted
plants. Calle 46 (Riviera Bldg.),
Apt. 6, Tel. 3-4624,
awi4Auw 'I1!H "s'Jy *'Er
Doqo18g 'laj. *apA 09 4Mau pueaq
'j"l* d PJOeo ; I3VS -Od1

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors


FOR SALE:-12 ft. boar. t7IA
hp. motor, traioller, an daccessorles,
2507 B Tomoarind, Cocoli,


Panama Line


Sailings


A total of 37 passengers are
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
Saturday afternoon for New
York aboard the Panama of the


-Panama Line.
The USARCARIB school at and the USARCARI School was The complete advance assen-
Fort Gulick, Canal Zone, founded in operation. ger list for New York foo ows
Feb. 11949, celebrated r tsixt Under the leadrhip of su- Mrs DeliArias Mr and Mrs
anniversary of its organization feeding commandants Lt. Col. Charles Bake; Mr. and Mrs.
Feb. r, 1955 by declaring an of- Robert L. Cook, Col. James W. James P Calvert; Mr. and Mrs.
fidal school holiday. Pumpelly, Lt. Col Myron D. Paul Coles; Miss Isobel Pedaar.
The program for the day be- Smith, Col, Henry F. Taylor, d Missf Marion Green; Mr. ana
SThe program for t he day b the present commandant, Col .Mrs. Robert G. Hammetter and
an with a review, hld on the John J. Davis, the UARCARI daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
trade field in front o P School has grown in and eric ewlett Mr. and Mrs.
hooa' urters, honor r I nt-he riety of Instruction, until today flarry Hoffman; Mrs. Charles
ant'ls co was t 9n. Admjunt. the scho can point with prideHowland Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
the event took form at the 0thm, and to an standing record of a- Hvl: Mr. and Mrs. Lester B.
Army Band foorowed by t the achievement. Johnson; Miss Geraldine A.
Army Band followed by the
United States Battalion, consist- During the six years of its ac- Koehler and Harold McCormack.
Ing of school and post officers tvity. 10,583 students have .ra- ,Mr. and Mrs. John Martin
and enlisted men, and the Ltin duted fromthe school. Of these martin
American Battalion, consisting of 3,259 were Central and South MIss Margaret Meaersmith; Mrs.
students presently attending the American students, Including 730J1effrey Metel; John A. Pen-
cho0a1.marched on to the field. officers. 676 cadets, and 185 Tngton, Miss Ros a Pitti; Miss
The review ws one -of the enlisted men representing the Maryv Rucki; Mis Sarah S.
most colorful ever held at the following 19 countries: Argen- SharP Mr. and Mrs. I 8im-
school as IS Central and South tina, Bolivia, Brazil. Chile, Co- mont; Mr. and Mrs. Dwl ht
American countries Bollvia, lombia, Costa RIca, Cuba, o-nMrst-; Missmaigda e teran
SChile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, minivan Republic, Ecuador, Eland Mrs. Ludmlla B. Sunstrom.
-Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, -
Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Pa- IC am a (sIm a
Venezuelal. plus the United Taguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Ve-I Us Se ,1Na mUeIsSO
States, made up Its marching neuela.
body. Each country was attired The remaining 7,324 students 1i m Alm la e for
in its dress uniform, were personnel of the United VI 1 0 MEEEIUUU llI
After the reading of the actl- States Army, Including both of- ,
ovation orders, the battalions flcers and enlisted men. DaiI m AInl e
passed in review and then each -At present the UBARCARIB rU nill VoIIIWa
unit returned to its own area School, which offers bl-lingual
Where refreshments were served Instruction In some divisions, EAST LANSING, Mich .Feb. 2
to the enlisted men'in-their sep- has ten different divisions cover- fUP)- A squad of 16 amateur
arte barracks while the officers Ing a wide variety of subjects. baseball players, mostly collo-
retired to the Post Officers' Club These divisions are: the AAA glans was named today to rep-
for refreshments. (Anti-aircraft) division, admints- resent the United States in- th
The school, conceived and put trative division, automotive divl- Pan-American Games at Mexico
Into operation by Mal. Gen. Ray sion, command and staff divi- City March 13-23.
E. Porter, then USARCARTB ation, communications division,
Commander, wse organized to engineer division, food service The players come from every
consolidate .antile ourses of division, infantry, weapons and section of the nation North,
military InstructeM being con. tactics division, leadership divi- South, East, West and Midwest.
4ucted on the Isthmus. ston. and the mUiltary police d- John Kobs, Mechigan State
. At this tIfe,a :=s and bak- vision. They range in courses College baseball coach who .will
ers' school and a tn-commis from anti-tank weapozo to traf- manage the United States team
at Fort Clayton, and a motor; The USAlCARI B school is not er consulting with college, ama-
mechanice cotrse w given at only carrying out tsn mtesion of teur and service baseball coach-
rt Randolph. The Latn Amer- providing trial f- United throughout the country.
Iclq School at Fort Ausador be-? states Army enl=st-
tan instruction in- l4 when the ed men and central Robs selected six pitchers -
Cast Artillery Trainlig Cente' and South alo five right-handers and one
was. asked to train two officers doing much tOp p southpaw. He named two eatch-
. te Peruvian Am, t the, relations amaag of e. five infielders and three out-
etnlQuesof ant4-SinR 60-the Amerneas. living ftelders.
le experif t ao pthed wAmiol i l "I think its a fine team
m hiaul t hat _mue. tpWM, aieve -ab E S which should do wl," he said,
amuser of each other but ,t fel- "although there wont be much
!L| f eojan ng of coamoa pu rlme for practice."
t r He hemisphere. The squad will start workouts
d .In eWlebratag M ch 10 mewbefa t in the
saiver a6.r ,. t godtl, the eset Apot0 has not
S"6ol ush= at been chosen, before ning
o d loos a exico Ciy.he a -L
r contin.l g Sa Robe' tans t will be A. I-
lUnited States a andowekl, alet ic
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WILLIAMLS&O4 Ctar. Beach
,r, ffgr tln,
2-bt roolm. U Ba1oo 3050.
PhnMl i0lo q t cottage s,
Santa il .x 4351 Balboa.
Phone Panehr 8877, Cristo-
bal 3-1613.
Gramlldch' Sor, Clota Beach
Cottag. Moden conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gunbao -
.6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Santao lar. Low rates.-
PhOne Balboa 1866.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses..
on beach at snto Clara. Tele-
phohe THOMPSON. Bolboa 1772.

FOR RENT
Homes
FOR RENT:-2 beAroom chalet.
Living, dinjng-room, servants
quarters, goragr e. spacious
grounds. Phone 3-0715, 3-4911.
FOR RENT:--Chalet, 2 bed-
rooms, g r g e. basement.
$135.00 monthly. East 43rd St.
No. 52. Inquire at house No. 50.
FOR RENT: To responsible
party; nicely furnished chalet; 3
bedrooms. 3 baths, mold room
w,th bath and garage. Good
neighborhood. 38th St. No. 4-
51.
FOR RENT;-Furnished chalet 2
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, kitchen, stove. refrigera-
tor, garage, garden. San Fran-
cisco 18th Street No. 8.


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G.1.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
men ts, 10th Street. Phone 1386,
Colon.
FOR RENT.-Furnished, 2 bed-
room apartment, Campo Alelre,
Manuel Mria Icza Street. or
Information phone 3-0985.
FOR RENT--Furnished. fine e-
portment for small family. Con-
venient price. Via Brasll 121.
Phone 3-1374.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment: 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, porch, 2 bathrooms.
48th Street No. 27, Belle Vista.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bed-
rooms, living-dining room, kitch-
en, bathroom. 13th Street No.
16, Via Porros.
FOR RENT:- Furnished rooms
and apartments. Estudiante St.
No. 98. Tel. 2-1508.
FOR RENT:-Apartment: bed,
room, dining-room, living room,
kitchen, private entrance and
bathroom. 15th St. Rio Abolo
No. 3011-A.
FOR RENT:-A cool two bed-
room apartment. Complete fur-
nished for three months only.
Ave. Cuba No. 12, Adt. 4, Tel.
2-1458.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment, living-dining room, two
baths, maid's room, garage, laun-
dry facilities. 44th Street No. 32.
Apt. 4, Belle Vista. Tel. 3-0815.
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Pickup.
4 ton., 5 months use, 4000
miles only. as new. Apply Cio.
IstmeAa de Plomerio, S.A. Phone
3-3350.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom cool
spacious, desirable apartment in
best residential district. Call 2-
1661 during business hours.
FOR RENT:-Fumished, modern
apartment, new concrete house,
$65.00 Via Porras 114.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment, one large bedroom and
both, ro kitchen. Very cool.
Tel. 3-1648.


FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished
one bedroom apartment, all mod-
ern conveniences, located at El
Cangrejo. Available at once.
Phone 3-4644.
FOR RENT:-Furnished I bed-
room, 4 months. 52nd St. No. 2,
Apt. 6,-Phone 3.-3823.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Beautifully furnish-
ed room, double couch, refrigera-
tor, kitchen cabinet, stovi bath
and private entrance. 52nd Street
No. 3. Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT -Room, fumished or
unfurnished. First Street. PerejlI
No. 7-30, Apartment 12.
FOR .RENT:-Furnished master
btdrom: house and kitchen.
privitge, garage, $75.00 month-
ly. Doub. beaoi with adloin-
bi single rnm, house and kitch-
privil0e,- garage. $75.00
nmol*y. Pnemm 3-0443.
O IR : HOTL SANTIAGO.
VERAiGUAL -iitet with bath-
- oMn. Specief prine oer AAA
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Jo ,For US^ !ial-end Army Atlantic at Kob- pleated
Jobs For U U s tbe.
(Continued from Page 1) Scor
( All previous Troops-Albrook vain a
the Transportatlen and Termin- .lashes have been thriller with 17th c
als Bureau, the President, Pan-the Flyers 'capturing the' last sion,
ama Canal Company, hips ap outing a week ago Sunday, 2 to withoi
proved the reallocation of these!1],.In a hectic anlth-inning Tin- Mrs.W
Positions to locality rates. Ef-,h. Earlier, the Troopers down- At d
fectlve March 195s, new ap- ed Albrook, 9 to 4, In a 14-innir wheeled
pointmentt to such positions wll fascod and two weeks ao bested and eo
be made at Local Rate Grade 10 the Flyers again on Gall Mller's later.
($0.78--0.93 an bor) or Grad first no-hltter, 2 to 0. out.
11 ($0.5-$1.05 and hour) and
all current rates for positions of Tfday's action sens the env- It w
Truck Driver, Heavy, Special, ice clubs Into the t half tof the left in
$2.41 an hour, third step, will be season with SpeMeal Troops (13- was me
rerated To the proper localIty 2 sportnw a three-game lead ond ci
rate. over Albrook (10.5i) and four
S,,mer ow. defending champion But
'Thi proposed action Is be- Kobbe (9-8) .larlv
Ing ae result of the----------- to
re-nsimmwstion of these l-.. whenI
s iSad. h gdem am 3 Propo" d reduction in rank and re
aUmt m fall wla t6e eate. cl-mpa tou, o, re
i 'fe atlU wbhis ean -... r


be elfl radily thou-g lheal-
ity smwe a thlu are om-
pensable at leaeRy rate.
"Thls notlee constitutes the $0
day -adv.nce notice of proposed
redtctiat to rank or compensa-
tion reqTuired by Section 14 at
the Vetera' Preferene Act o


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ly, "I s till love r."

W of reporters waited I1
ll night at the ffatep.-ef
century H1 1dftaon man-
now a women's prison-.
it-bars, for a flmpse of
Wheeler and Lord VIym.
Lawn a motorcade ff car
ed Into the prison dlrve
merged one by one an hour
Two police cars also came

has believed Mrs. Whee1r
one of the pollee ears a d
rIt by Lord Vivian In a sec-

British police, who siml-
protected the privacy of
Sspy Dr. Alan ilunn May
he wa released from plrz-
fused to say.
on sources said M
er was despondent when
.st entered the prison but
cheered up and tried her
at sewing, wardemIng and
work.

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Uerol Election
october '55
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Today, W eti Feb. F .
P.M.
3: 13-amzuy Shae
3:aO0-Musl Io* ednesday
4:00-The I tfe F iPrbldfge
4:30-What's o pr Or to -
trequestas-pIS aoe phon
before 1:00)
5:30-News,
5:35-What'a Your favorite
(cont'd)
6800-Serenade in Tlue (UW)
6:15--BLUMvRZBBOR M .A
REVIEW
6:30-Melachrlno Musicale
7:00-NESCAPE O oae s- 0"&
LODIES
7:15-Your Dear lg Party
tVOA)
7:30--Report Flrom the USA
(VOA)
9:00-NELSON EDDY'S PE T-
HOUSE. PARTY (sea- ., a
grams VO.)
8:30--Fapily Theatre MEXICAN movie star, odt Qtnta a,-stea .
9:0u-You Asked For It (re- Anff't "l Conquistador" at Tocumen r o B
quests -please- phone be- actress flew back at Mexico today, S
fore 8:30) Festival ab Punts del gate, Uruguay; hu
10:30-Music y Roth place for .a large number of- celebritnes Z tiR
11:0-O-Symphony -Hall America and flurope.


r..0e-t. w iN".o mev y mom i es ini
12:00-"'gn Off 4%"
Tomorrow, TburdlyFeb. Vernor e na te
A.M..
6:00-Sign On The Alarm StF
Clock Club requestss Z d Ai F
please phone before 7:00)w Ai r Forea m A aO
7:3-I-Morning Salon
8:15--Church in The Wildwoodl -
8:30--Musical Reveille
9:00-News Nine s6nsor students of aibia William R. Evart .
9:15-Sacred Heart and Cristobal High Schools have igh School, was
9:30---As I ee It been dominated by Governor Isthmus. Hoa er, t.te
10: 00-News Seybold.it for appointment to te Donta Sr. In _-M&
10:05-Off The Record (requests Air Force Academy from the empliy.e f th US
-.please phone tfore anal Zone. The successful can- ,Datel H.
9:30)n didtes are beiln formally no- has lived in,
1:00-News titled of their selection. practice is e
11:05-Off The Record (cont'd) The Cnal Zone has,. been soin of Curtis A. Guoed o.1M
11:30-Meet The Entertainer .- granted one vacancy for the first employed as a Wlrena e
12:-00-News n e class of 300 cadets who will en- Electrical Division.
P.M. ter the new Air Force Academy Thomas F. OtI o..n J.7 Cris-
12:05-Lunchtime Melodies next July. The appointment will tobal, also cae to the Ca
12:30--weet And h ot be made from among the nomi- Zone while still a youngR boy. Hi
12:30-w Anees selected by the Governor. father, Thomas, Sr., ts employed
1:00-News The nominations were made'as a Carpenter Fo.repm n the
1:1---Music Of Manhattan on recommendation tof a Com-i Locks Divisi on. -
1 30--ons Of The Pioneers mittee on Appointmebts to Sthrv- Donal B. H Luff, Balboa
1:45-Spirit Of The Vikings Ice .Acadeinies, of which Captain lived in tho Ca as.. o-'
:00RNIS) Frank A. Munroe, ,Jr., U.S.N, was, ba. te s a
2:00-Instruental Capers Marine Director, to Chairmnan. Manner B. Huf, wholac as
2:15-81nging Americans Five of the prospective cadet lived all his life i. -,
2:30-Tex Beneke Show are now attending b Bal o High who. is.enuloyed
2:45---Hank now And HisRain- School and the other tour arn in the off ie of
bow Ranch Boys senior studetna at. Cristobal. let.
3:00- Organairs Most of the nominees were born Charles W. umitnet S., o*
3:1-Freddy Martin Show in the Canal" zone; the others bohaspent his entire U tohn
3:30-Music For Thursday hade lived here most of their the Canal Zone. R e1s1rf .
4:00-FeAture Review: Musi c ves arles, Sr., is employed aUd
BY R 'En gnineer In aci mv e apt ety
4:30-What's Your Pavorite (re- The nine: nominees, listed tn ith e U.S. Navy."
s 9ute--IMe Mphone m pab. ticaals orqr tthat Wih Mtchael M. M1orrison, O t
70re 4:00) po be Dfrirf roi *maon at th eim 10 yevas old When .4
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(cont'd) Cotton are twins and attend the l Diision. .
6:00-Preach In The Air (RD ) school in Balboa, although zs stknley P. Smith, was .ly
6:15--BLUE RIBBON ORi of their. schooling was e rs- four years old when he eam etp
REVIEW tobal. They were born in he Ca- the Canal Zone. HI father,
6:30--Wayne King Serenade 1as Zone and their r feather Lt ep C. nSmith, Is now retrqd
7:00-MA ORGAN O. LO Ernest L. Cotton, of the PFire Di- bein i formerly emnloyed asa
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10:30-Music Prom HotelEl Pan- eanue leading Special Troops Blonde Mrs. Mavi Wheer left
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10:45-Time Por Verse --mnes off tonight at Fot 'Clay- of cars that con
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12: 0-.-sign Off -action on today's Panama went to jail for shooting, w s
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By OSWALD JACOBY Sen. William E. Jenner -aInd.)1
Written for NA Servic aid today American agents ol
Communist China are spreading
HOlYWOOD --(NEA)- Be- Springtine" In singing about their PropagadA here while President
Shind te Screen: Movies and mov- curreLL aels L L iAL.L t Igt spot. Eisennowbr asks Cungress for
NORTH--' i escreeas are getting,bigger ill Opening lines go: -Yut'qger tnn power0 ) ligh the Reds. H

WETB ) A Q 94 S. Numerically and not physically, BARBARA LAWRENCE an d, agents are American citizens"
W TAT 1that a. Fay ainter started iff friendly- and "some means must be found
4 44AKJ954 2 6 to aTIg To afford Iman-size cigars and like during rebearsais iL aithe roau- to curb their activities,"
9 3J 1 3swimmaig pools bigger uan ilisa way. bound- play, "Put Them AllI "At the very least they should
O QJ 63 A872 ponds, midget actor In Hollywood Together," but someUing lishap- be required to register as foreign
4 *J875 today amut have other jobso utide opened. Fay's out of the cast and a agents," he declared.
SOUTH ostuia gates. Many have given up replacement actress as renearang He identified the "agents" as
4 Q greasepaint for good. Idle big, with Barbara. ,members of a little group that
YKQ98652 steady money for the lttle people went to China at the expense of
4 usappearea when kiobywioj Now it's a TV showv credit on our taxpayers and remained there
6 41062 slashed production to concentrate a movie title-something I bt' after the Communists took over.
Both sidsvul on lewer movies. Hollywood didn't think wbnld ever 'living under the protection of the!
We t Nero "RA o. "There just aren't enough Jobs happen nut it sin Marinun Luose s Red government."
4 or nalgetw to be ftul-ume aLorsa contract for her acting with Rosa- Jenner issued his statement in
SPas 6 Pass Pass any rne," four.foot, two-Inch si- li nd Russell in the filmuuleal, *-i..e, making public the transcript of a
Pan 1 Pn u lCurds' l see setaly. Buy once Girl Rush." She's the Mrs. Gurney subcommittee hearing in San Fran-
s o-earned from s$1,00 to $20,000 a in Wally Cox life ana her imIcisco Dec 13 at which Mrs. Syl-
Opening lead-& K year inie movies, ana even credit will read: "Coiurtesy of the via Campbell PovTll refused to!
served in an all-midget flicker Mr. Peepers televisions how. say whet er she had been a Com-'
tiea, "The 'Terror of lAny lown..' munist. Jenner is no longer chair
I don't recommend the bidding Now he works on television and man. -
VERoATILE-Mamguerite Piazza, Iiternationlly known opera tours as a wrestler to buy gro-' Yvonne de Carlo says her I rt I N!rs. Powell is the wife ofh.ohn
P Sh "a ll.lly d ovwo'leIrnSATTENTION ETTER-Not yin,
inver, gofs into one of her dance routines with partner Jack with a pre-emptive bid for fer Right now Bily and Hollywood's laude Boisel despite reports of Review *n Shanlai. Powl t^- ATTENTION CETTER-Not masy motor icoa1ers aroundeMi eag
Bunch at a New York night club. Marguerite, who has abandoned o missing a slam. It isn't often 30 other midgets who are part- hand-holding with Al Mathes before the tee ear B eah, Fla., get as much attention as this one. Prfi it
her opera singing, does a strip tease and sings New Orleans jazz necessary to shut the opponents uttnme actors are doing all rignt Jackie Gleso is dictating h is I Jenner Yvonne Mnard wears a mink jacket over her bathingWil.suit
a-. s part of her act when you have a very strong hand helping Danny Kaye laugh it up story to a tape recorder. Jenner and Powel Iand Wil- drives the scooter to work each day.
and the highest ranking a tnyou m Paramount's "aT'o Court Jes- 11am HIntn o their earlier wit-
can afford to let them bid and ter." mBRITISH SCRIBES are boiling as "acknowledged that they-
ofh thfemare on bs obenrl ScrurrngoristCi Potatoes May Soon Be BrandS
Most American experts would ment elewbere. of his new Shakespeaean film, ri
risk a double of four spades with Billy pointed to oneof them- "Richard the Ill" in London. 'he rent.
the North hand. If North did pass,"That's Eddie Gibbon,'hesaid picture was closed to the press late O r Ch p
Sin Europee, the South di w id ve Little Eddie came over and told work or give ,any details of their
h beats. North then came to tde me himself. Said Eddie: A naive young actress was be- "s e means must t -
hada good hand and. that the m l"Don't you uendcrtand?" ee WAHINOTON, Feb. 2 (UP- otherwise apart
Combined hands would be good for "nd be isn't Kdding." aid ed, l want to marry you I mybalethlpo Federal research woaors sonw-bdoed. .et
Alt^ j -- .T a slm.Atogether, a strange anc. Billy want you to be the mother of my m be able to heir crop P ino. lro-ts How ina cbip g B
lion, but I1 led to some very fine h? Walter W inchell mcred especially r baking, Drop em a
FEWFAT.ACSbualen tetoworeCtyCenr aplay. SHEREE NORTH, who weighed "But how many do you have?" W e W inch el m rmdrkeeciallyrorb
A FEW FAST. FACTS: Marlene the New York City Center Opera 143 pounds a few months ago she asked. L-o'1iilg, frying or for potp wagor-oe pound of slt I
Dietrich is wri g a book, and Compawy and other operas artouW -West opened the king V spades. and recently dieted down to 124 (Continue4 from Page 2) chips, g allon of water.. the
tb,'F~ is first chapters the caunntry. She specilles In a dummy Ted. elare bd b ordered t elt off 15 Short Takes; Oh. no. U-I. will This would help take the sinks, it's likelyto be a
to hqer blisher for April 1. I's "ICarmen"-she looks like '"Car-a trump to his king and ruffei hs znortp s fb her big break as release "Revenge of the Creature", showing of the ir musical, 'Three gruesswork out of potat6 buying quality candidate for th
an aiito raphy If you think men" with hW long black air remaining spade in the dumnny arilyn onroe's sucear in "How as the first 3-D moiE in For The Show.' The gals were there for the housewife .en mark "a pot or chi fryer.2f
the band business is bad don't exiting figure and she sigs He then proceeded to lead out all to Be Very, Very Popular.". . year. At least it will be in 3-and whistled blt. new advance in usefu sstos hly to be por I'
Icl sorry for Tommy Dor1,.y-his up a Carmealsh storm. of the trumps. Phil Harris will have a big role in at the world premiere in Detroit Ladies & Generals, indeed! the world's No. 1 vegetable." these uses.
monthly bill for fireplace logs Is As he led out the trumps South Bing Crosby's "You're the Top," in March . Liberaee and the m a.. ,,a- Aiculture Department officials Etertsay this e bea s
$200...Government tax men are That long black hair is sort of saw that he needed a successful a remake of "Anything Goes." ex-girl friend, Joanne Rio, will be Ithsee-," memos a reader, an- said, .ter soe-toe arl e ahevye0oh i
cheeking on the big business de- her trade-mroark. It comes down to club finesse to have any chance Bing's hospital siege won't delay playing Las Vegas at the same th Snday Night prediction was their ize. early a denote
ductibos claimed for penthouse of- -well, it's long. "I started grow- at all for the slam. Hence he had the film. with camera not slated time next month. . Cary Grant 'confirmed ot confound the heck- The best baked and boiled po- tests ftor quality hav been.ttted
fice-apaltmebts by such business. Ing it," she says, "in my home to assume that West held the king to roll on him until March. will have a big share of the profile lers. Knockers are never sore whn tatoes are "Imealy." experts Cx- butthe saltwter weteO6- the
men as Jackle Uleason and Bid town, Trenton. N.J., as a revolt of clubs. It was a cinch that East when he stars in "Away Ali you're wrong.' Only when you're plained. But you can't tell if a a9molest ,md-mastlpractical
Caesar .. Certain song publishers against my mother who wanted bad the ace of diamonds, since Roetta and Vivian Duncan are Boat" at U-I. If the film clicks, right. potato is mealy ifest by lookin search 't e:ay thato a
are sore at -'Your Hit Parade"- me to cut it. Menotti had me cut West couldn't possibly begin with paraphrasing "Younger Than he'll collect close to $1,000,000. Add Show-Ors: Fo Tim ,at t it. 1ealiness diffe betweenBe used' en po
the same old beef of claiming their it for 'The Consul' and wanted me a shutout bid if he held a strong - ShowOs: Fom he Times: potato varieties and even be- washed id d
songs get left off because they're to cut it again for 'The Saint.' .But spade suit headed by ace-kinlg and "The words themselves are ex- twen potatoes of the game va- packagin': - --
hard to stage. Could be some truth I wouldn't. He said, 'I want you a side Ace. 'pressiv'e aLmost to Oncn"atopoeia" riety grown in different years Department 5ctentlstst 3aed
Stere t0. to be the kind of girl the b Woy u W i fe-'Stabb6er M carries A gain (Meaning they read like they y ard. areas. baked.boiled red t
WrhisLto at on Bleec er Street.' I When Southo, led-..4his lad Amp sound).. Wm. Faulk r:"T hc Researchers found notatnestoin
Dla Shore's ttle daughter, said, 'I walk down Bleecker Street all hands had to reduce to four i a troglodyte mass of football. (He, from Pennsylvania low In mel- experiment. One sriesof
Miss, doesn't sing. She .dances,'and they do.'" cas. Dummy saved oceans the pyers -re apes) ness and rated the same varie- w ame at findtwo
acte,'reeites-but won't slang. mond and tree clubs, and East o tarting sa I From thr Time: "Today he is ty froi Colorado high. Expert- ronnection-between eating- ulu
"I think it all goes back to They should. had to save the same number of chairman of six eleemosynary or- ments asig n showed taht lonq tv and the nualltfa-f mm
*someuig she said to me When she ---C- ars in each of those suits. When galizationn. (He's trying to say storage left potatoes ler.s mealy. trtoes. Results mwy be an
wasarag to the studio and sing- Bill Miller. tli veteran showman East discarded last low dia. - charitable) A. Branigan in thebut storage at low temperatures ed soon or oter .Idia of
was driving to tes tdio and sintg- was in New York to sign up chorus mond. South had a very good idea CHICAGO, Feb. 2 (UP) Ed- The new trial early this month Newark News: "Walter Slezak's strngthened spuds that would tatoes for-french frytg.
gwas and she said; 'Don't girls for the Sahara in Las Vegas. of what was going on. ward Pruaeewskl, who killed his resulted in the 14-year sentence hyperborean blasts." (Frigid).
g, &imy.' "Why mnott I asked There were 59 girls answering the first wife with a butcher knife, and Pruscewski asked author:-
h1e 'ma when Wa sin eu audition call-51 regular showgirls South therefore led a low -club, yesterday wed the woman who ties to let him marry Stella. Item: 'dhop girl with 37 inch
al eaysgo away to the stdo."' one graduate college student, three winning with dummy 's seace when helped save him from the elec-.. The ceremony was performers bust fired for giving women in- SHOWING AT YOUR SE1 RVICE CEN
alway go -- salesgirls, one advertising copy- West played the k Decl 'r trio char and then went off to n the flower-decked chambers ferioriy complex: .
An American blues sil er i go-writer, one beautician and two then led the singletofting begin serving a 14-year prison f.Criminal Court Judge B. Fain O here must ajob some- THEATERS TON HT .
ingo perfrmi at La Se a. Italy's school teachers. monds from the dummy, foi'Sc uerc-i g'iucker, who Interrupted' her where for this poor chile! T E E
most famous cpahouse in May. IEast to win with the ace. East hlitaring of a robbery case to tie
And she'll sing opIra. Of the 51 showgirls, only 18 had then had to lead clubs awdy from The demands of tuatice were the knot Olivia DeHavilland about her dif- BALPQA 6:15 8:35 DIABLO HT!. 6:15 746
And e sever had dancing lessons. Of the his Jack up to dummy. thus giving delayedtemporaril permit Two attorneys, Thaddeus Tu- ferencer with Robert Mitchum: I -'n"NDITIONp A Debra P5,hee3
T a in Auestion Is.Gloria 'ignt non-showgirls, all had bad dummy the last two tricks and Pruscewaki to marry stella G-,dor and Zoe Kuta, who conduct- did knock a beer bottle out of his ey Nl"
sLa ezzo soprano who dancing lessons. allowing declare to make his bala, the only person who e. cd the successful appeal financ- hand on the set one day. But we're Princ s coToe i 'm
t e asmuch oftseprane i d "The slam contraAt. friended him in his trouble. Both ed by Stella, served as best mad friends Actually he's a very sen-
Saint of Bleecker Street," Glen- That must mean something pro- are 32. and bridesmaid sitive man." WAYN **S O
Carlo Menottl's new work. And La found. A chromium-plated tooth- .. J ., |* The couple said the vow's In Speshily, when you knock a bot- fB AUR N AMBOA '
Scala will do "The Saint" in the pick to anybody who figures it out. I OUnOIaIIOn Urges The two kissed repeatedly for nervous, low voices, but there tie of beer out of his hand! AA ANSAS ACIFIC
rinfg, and Gloria will go along. -U gs. cameramen and Prosceweski wai were no tears at parting. -- .HARA A l -
-'L got the letter a few days DICK'S QUICKIE: "Ever not- AdA w Ed ao e awa to start serving his sen- "Why should I cry"? Stella Iem; "Cirls! Hold uut with that *M m, u hel *reMy
ago" She says. "I flip d. The ie," says newscater John Tife s e I CEducal o ence at Illifnois State Prison, asked. "I'm too happv to cry." first kiss on the first dpie. Hold
way tey- write is so beautiful. "how time flies between dental "I'll wait for you, dear," Stel- She said she would visit her out on the second, too. On the third MARGARITA 6:15 7:6. -
Car Si nor' -the letter started, appointments and creeps between Is. l| l a called after him. new husband at the prison as date a teeny one." 'E GENT
t b .I pIy sJUCil ,.CIICW often as she could and writerl Oh. ever mind! W TIH.. "310.' ( Tie :" :
.....- -'--- -- -- -- Pruscewski stabbed his tirat him every day." I-----_____
TV T P RS WASHINGTON. Feb. 2 (UP wife to death while embracing Pruscewski spid his three chll- CISTOBAL : 6
TV TOFFEES FIH l f The Resources for the Future her in 1948. He at first was de- dren by his first wife. twins Ray a--CIT 6:1 3 :1
ACs CARWN (NBC TV: Foundation aid today there is lared insane, but regained hisimond and Marion. 11.and Pa- cr byiCHMNICOLOR tb RNLDS
Watress, what -do you suggestI a need for search and educ reason and was sentenced at a a. 9 will hes cared for by her .e d "SUSAN E IT ER .
ts resau theya us e n-' d evo t. cn taion a But Stella. who has rnown PrucewskeCligibl forr )nThrrs. N eshbors Wife
tan th hamburg ve -.am In a3page report covering came to his aid. Out of he man hs heen in enatod eve- 6 1510 L
latress T guess you haven't t end last Sept. 30. It operator she financed his ap- !at, the time should count a -' I O F OO
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' PANAMA PRO LEAGUE STANDINGS
Teams-- Won Lost Pet. "GB
Yankees ..........22 12 .647 -
Smoker ..........21 15 .582 2
Sodamen .. .......10 26 278 13


LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2) At Panama
First: Sltiokers 2, Sodamen 0
Second: Smokers 6, Sodamen 0
TONIGHT'S GAME--7:30--At Mount Hope
Sodamen (Clarke 1-8) vs. Smokers (Churn 4-2)


By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The Smokers, still holding on
determinedly to their Mathema-
tic4l chances of winning the
1954-55 Pro League champion-
*' ship, will attempt to cut another
half game from the CV Yankees'
lekgie lead with a victory over
the SC 8odamen tonight at
l: Month Hope at 7:30.
Spdamen lefty Vibert Clarke
wl oppose Clarence "The Bull"
um on the bill
,i.kb Smoker swept both
4-, Ws of a doubleheader last
t t, I to 0 and 6 to e from
Sodamen as Johnny Fits-
Mealnd and then T omm my
Sthrned in four-bit per-
-i% tmonces to plaus the still-
hpeutl Smokers two games
_ behind the leader.
f, Sam Williams, the first game
loser, pitched a good game but
Mot no offensive support from
"-fti mates. One of the Smoker
#is was unearned.
S tanIey Arthurs was the sec-
blms *victim, giving up nine
Wif I 3id eall the Smokers runs.
SIan Charles relieved In the
i. Both games want seven
qin first contest the Smok-
a run in the second.
ei Parris was safe on Alonso
alte's error, got to third
I ges by Joe Tuminelli and
i l recott and came home
m PWablo Bernard forced Pres-
at second.
B the third with one out,
& Austin hit a fly ball to
field that Reinaldo Gren-
same in fast for and mis-


Judged, the ball falling in safe-
y behind him and rolling all
the way to the fence Austin
got to thirl base withha triple
and came on In to score when
Grenald threw wildly to third,
the ball going J$ht foul terri-
tory. near the bleachers.
The Smokers scored freely in
the second match. They were off
to an early start with two tallies
ih the first on a walk to Hal
Nar aon, singles by Elias Oaorio
and arris and an infield out.
Another run came In the sec-
ond when Pope Osorio was sa-
crificed to second Wr Hughes aft-
er having been hit by a pitch and
scored on Naragon's double to
left. Prescott blasted a homer
over the left field fence with
Parrls on base in the third.
In the fifth with two outs,
Prescott singled to left, stole sec-
ond and was brought home on
Bernard's triple to left.
The double victory was heart-
ening to the Smokers who had
to win twice to stay in the race.
They meet the Yankees In a twin
bill tomorrow night and in a sin-
gle game on Saturday at Pan-
ama.
There will be an added at-
traction kt the Stadium before
the game Saturday, when the
Atlantic and Pacific baesball
veterans engage each other In
atle innhpg game. The game
willbe part of a program hon-
oring local players of yester-
year, that has been organized
by the Panama Baseball Writ-
ers Association.
The veterans game will start
at 7.


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HEW YORK, Feb. 2 (UP) -
Showing their, class when It
counts the most, in the final five
minutes of play, high-ranked
North Carolina State and Mis-
souri continued their bid "for
conference championships today
with .-mpressive victories.
State's Wolfback. tangled in a
tie with 5-14 minutes left, and
threatened with a' second
straight upset, suddenly display-
ed Its true power and defeated
Virginia, 98-91, in an Atlantic.
Coast Conference same at Ral-
eigh, N.C., last night.
At Ames I., Missuor shook
off a late rally by Iowa State
to win, 84-67. in an important
Big Seven Conference clash.
North Carolina State, trying
to rebound from a surprise de-
feat by Villanova, found itself
trailing by 49-48 at halftime ahd
no better than tied. 81-81, with
5-41 minutes remaining. Then
flashy guard Vic Molodet, who
took top scoring horlors with 34
points, whirled in for a driving
layuo that gave State the lead
for keeps and touched off the
closing surge. Molodet had four
more points during, the winning
rally that gave State, renkpd No.
6 In the nation, its 17th victory
against only four losses.
Two of the nation's highest
ranked independent teams al'
so scored impressive victories
last night. Holy Cross (cank d
No. 15) romped to an 82-.S
vfctorv over St. Wrar'8iq (N.
v.). and Dayton (No. 17) de-
flated West-rn Kentuc'y. 7."-
67, on the losers' r.ourt. Holy
Cross' record now is 12-2 and
Dayton's 14-3.
In other leAding games last
night:. Wichita. outscored in
baskets, sapk 38 of 50 free
throws to beat T)etroit. 80-75. in
a Missouri Volley Conference
same at Wichita: Kansas State
downed Oklahoma. 71,-80, In the
Big Seven: Presbvterian arounc-
ed Clemson. 92-56: Bpvlor down-
ed North Texas St., 88-73: and
Texas Tech beat Hardin-Sim-
rpons. 72-59.


Paraiso Sports


STANDING


....- ... Teams
-* Red Sox
So -ansas City
",. (Second Game) Richmond
S SMOKERS Indians
r ho a Players ab r h o a Little Field
U 1 No argaon, c 2 1 1 4 0 Senators
u 4 o 0aCoboi, c 1 0 0 0 0
0 1 1 4 Austin, ss 4 0 1 1 3 Kansas City
ou 0 3 0 EOaorlo,lb 4 1 2 6 0 11-8 in a thri
S1 1i, 0 Paris, 3b 2 1 1 0 1 game. The wli
4- 0. B.' Tuminelll, If 4 0 0 2 0 Elmer Gordon,
U U 0 Prescott, rf 3 2 2 2 0 game. The lo
0 V 2 1 Berhard, 2b 3 0 2 3 5 Mendoza.
0 0 U U P, Osorio, cf 2 1 0 3 0 The leading
0 1 0 Hughes, p 2 0 0 0 0 Gordon with 4
0- 0 0 0-- in the game wi
Totals 27 6 9 21 9 Hinds. Theo. W
' .4 V11 SODAMEN Evans.
g Moore, 3b 4 0 0 0 2 The Senator,
Brathwaite, Al., 2b 2 0 0 2 3 but played great
it forW Lope, s 2 0 0 4 0 team.
Houradeau, ss 0 0 0 0 0 Great pitch:
Gladstone, cf 3 0 1 3 0 Barber and supi
0 0 0 0 BratlWaite, Ar., rf 3 0 1 0 o the way for R
1 1 4 6 Lewis, lb 2 0 0 9 1 5-4.
0 2 9 0 Orn d, f 3 0 2 1 0
1 1 0 1 McDoid, c 3 0 0 1 2 STAN
0 1 1 0 rthur,p 1 0 0 1 3 (G
0 1 2 0 Kehn 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 2 1 Char, p 0 0 00 2 Teams
0 0 3 0 Little Rock
0 0 0 2 M.__ 24 0 4 21 13 Jersey City
-- -.-.. Tml- V74-


lb 342 6 2110
o'. e by l aings i
00U0U u 0-0 4 3
011 000 x--. S u
L[y.,- Buns batted In:
gd. barned runs; Smokers
I on bases: bodamen 6,
Thnm base hit: Aus-
MehU; Moore, btruck-
-i am 1. Bases on
S, off Fits-
81.' BrrorS: Sodamen 3
cGtbwatt4 Orenald, Lopes).
er: FPitgerald
as: Fitagerald,
L sor4o; Lopez, Al.
slte, Lewis. umpires:
am- Parghment, Hinds.
If game: 1:15.


krts Briefs


Australia. Feb. 2A
Rosewau wore the
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Lake VIew
Adella Nine
Jersey City
View 22-20 in
mural.

Recreath

Softball
Starting the tI
ball at Cristoba
errfoon; the lei
Cristobal will
Old Cristobal
The opening
Cristobal win by
20 to 10 over Cri
ing a" loose gan
both teams.
The second go
was won by Cri
they pushed a
last inning of p
feated Old Crist
dropped a fly b
on second and
outs.
The box score


Total


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3 0 1
3 1
1 3
0 2
0 4
beat the Indli
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nning pitcher
his third strain
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Rosado Agin tf Joe Brown


Promoter Enrique Martin Is day'saput n TitoDespalgne
trying his best to sign up Cuban last back Into train-
Veterwelght Bobby Rosado to Ing tomuoey in preparation for
eet classy Joltih' Joe Brown of the forthcadmWi match.
New Orleans in a ten-round Isidro" 1Utte th"e present
match at the Colon Arena on uncrowned ig of the local
Feb. 20 or March 6.. featherweight, has offered his
Martin yesterday mailed a service as Brown's sparring
eoitraet to Rosado which he mate f~ of-charge.
hopes the N. Y. Cuban will ac- The knckbut victory.of Brown
cept. Rosado is the present 147- over DespiLgne poses a problems
pound king and Idol of boxing for local boxing experts. Des-
fans of the Pearl of the An- pligne Was within the weight
trles. limit of Mhe welterweight class of
Brown, who gave local fans which he was champion when
such a masterful exhibition dur- entering tte r$ig Sunday night I
ing the four rounds that Sun- According to the rule s,





.


LONG BALL BITTER Tetsuji Kawakami, first baseman and
assistant manager of the Tomiurl Giants of Tokyo, is one of the
few long ball hitters on the Japanese team which will open th ir
Pt, tour of the Americas with a three-game series here on the lath-
Pet, niO Monday night against the C. V. Yankees., The 1 play t
1.00 Sodamen on Tuesday and .he Smokers on. Wedesda in
.750 allies finale.
.250 i
.000
.000 KemansAnswer
ans

ght To Browns Letter
riel
ner


for 4. Homeruns EDITOR'F NOTE: Manager
ere hit by George Leon Kellman of the Pro
walker and Fedrick League SC Sodamen has sent
'. to the local press, a somewhat
s again lost 5-4, belated answer to pitcher
it ball for a cellar Wibaton Brown's explanation
for quitltng the Godamen
ing by Hepburn team. Brown left the team
erb fielding paved late in Decembet after beating
lUchmond to win the CV Yankees 2 to 0. and
later wrote a letter from his
home in Almirante, Bocas del
NDING Toro in whidh he accused Kell-
irls) man, among other things, of
not living tip to agrelsments of
W L Pet. his contract. Kellman's letter
2 0 1.000 follows:
1 1 .500
0 2 .000 January 30, 1955.
0 0 .000 Dear Mr. Sports Editor;
trimmed Lake I have cat idered it necessary
the girls intra- that the facts in connection with
the Winston Browf case lhe given
to the public in' order that er-
--,I roneous-pinlons may be correct-
n aI ed .. ./ .'
As a result, I am requesting
L-ague that this letter be published on
UL0 U e your sports' page.
I, along with Sylvester Mc-
hird week of soft- Donald, visited Wfitto Brown
l on Tuesday aft- at his jome in AtmirAAte for the
ading team, New purpose of discusu1 is join-
play host to the ing thSapur Cola ub this sea-
ream. sot.
game saw New The umr and substace of our
y an easy score of discus h was that ',Brown a
stobal AC featur- greed to join .the cjIl after he
ne defensively by told us that' his ar' was being
treated )y a doctors I agreed
ime of the season that the club would have hh
istobal AC. when see a doctor here before he
run over in the pitched. fHe stated that he had
play. The AC de- advised, while in the States, to
tobal when Heres get complete rest an- a treat-
all with runners meant for the sore m
third with two Brown arrived in P Iama De-,
cember 21. On Depember 24),
Brown and I visited the clinkt ot
e: J. J. Vallarino,.the doctor with
whom Mr. R cardo Arias, Pres
BAL A.C. idemt of the RepabIc 'and own-
AB R H er of the Spur Cola Club, had
4 1 1 arranged for Brown'' e l-
2 2 1 tion. Unfortunately, Dr. Vallar-
2 1 1 no was not in. _
3 1 1 As Decembdr u 5 was Christmas
4 1 1 Day and Deao6 er 20 was Sun-
4 2 1 day, we could not visit the doe-
3 0 0 tor's clinic op these days. How-
1 1 0 ever, to my surprlee onthe night
3 0 0 of Sunday, De er 26, wl
,- Spur Cola = .1 tb. play
$S. 9 6 Brown told me,that he wnt
to pitch then. I tid him to wat
ISTORAL until Tuesday. be M.
On the night of at eabet
4 1 0 Jose Jaen y t. 7d
2 1 0 spoke with Dr ti
3 1 0 the game aboon
.4 2 2 Arit als oi
3 0 2 and ltwu Ma
4 1 21 ally told
2 1 2 r t to t r. tf

I tell Mr.Anna t


I


game. It was after he had pitch-
ed his brilliant game that he
handed me his uniform telling
me that since the public wanted
to see him pitch he had come to
pitch a game'so that they could
see him and that he was return-
ing to Almirante.
From my meager experience,
Brown's fast ball was blazing, his
curves were sharp and fast, and
his control was superb. Proof of
this is that he walked one bat-
ter.
I hardly believe anyone would
conclude that Spur Cola did not
intend to carry out our end of
the agreement that I made with
Brown. I think-that I have estab-
lished that President Arias' in-
terest in the matter was high
and sincere. The facts substan-
tiate this interest.
On the other hand, since
Brown manifested such worry a-
bout his countrymen thinking
that he was "difficult" or "scar-
ed of playing in the Panama
Professional League," it is rather
strange that he did not play last
season' despite our beseeching.
I wonder if hisWarm was also sore
then?
Another thing that seems very
strange to me id the fact that
BroWn iwas able to pitch such a
brilliant game in which no one
was able to observe any sign of
a sore arm. The little experience
I have acquired over the past 18
years 'as a catcher is that a
pitcher with a sore arm is never
*able to throw as hard nor throw
such sharp breaking and fast
curves as Brown did. Any pitch-
dr with a sore arm has to let up
on either his fast ball or his
sharp curves. Brown did not
have to let up on either of these.
Moreover, no pitcher with a sore
arm as serious as Brown's was
supposed to be could have ren-
dered such an outstanding per-
formance.
I must emphasize that my per-
sonal observations should not be
construed to infer that we felt
there was nothing wrong with
his arm. I have been able to
make these observations onlt
after Brown had pitcher 'lb
As far as trying to persuade
la to stay when he turned it
es uniform Isa not a true sttgL
WttL I was so tlped of pindine
W f him for the past twoa -
beat I decided I would h
to eay to ht'eon
p ierr made any t.-
u de him to remaha
= As fax aW I w*
r'. was a ..o .
1 wsa .''--
am ohm.,a


when e ver a'champonl s
knocked out within tl e wtht
limit of his da he s teau
tically loses his. tftle. However,
"Brown cannot be ~msnsrea
the new Panama welterweight
champion became of other
-rute that states that# f om.
a boxing ehampilan i9e ".
a boxer must have i lishedn
at least six mqnth1 rMuenie
on the Isthmus.
The general consensus of opi-
nion is that the Panama welter-
weight crown is now vacant. The
local boxing commieions should
clear up whatever doubts may
exist on. this matter by issuing
a statement.

oiodocarrero Signs;

paragon, MaJeski

AlSo Ink Pacb


NEW YORK, -Feb.. 2 (UP) -
Arnie Portocarrero, the man
most likely to pitch Kahsas City
out of the American League cel-
lar if anyone will became
the 18th member of the Athletics
to sign his contract for 1955
Wednesday.
Although he posted a 9-16 rec-
ord With the Athletics last sea-
son, the right-handed Portocar-
rero was considered the ace of
the staff.
Pottocarrero recently returned
from pitching in the Puerto
Rican League where He com-
piled an 8-2 record.
Russ Meyer, Brooklyn's tem-
peramental right-hander who
won 11 and lost six, agreed t9
terms calling fo rapproximately
$18,000, the same salary he re-
ceived last season. Meyer be-
came the 32nd Dodgers player to
sign and his acceptance left re-
lief pitcher Jim Hughes as the
only "name" player on the club
who has set to okay a '55 pact.
Infielder H a n k Majeski,
catcher Hal Naragon and
pitcher Jose Santiago all sign-
ed with Cleveland, making a
total of 20 Indians now under
contract.
Veteran outfielder Johnny Wy-
rostek and rookie outfielder Lar-
ry Nowak, up from Terre Haute
of the Three-I-League where he
hit .321 became the eighth and
ninth Philies' players to sign,
while first baseman Steve BlIko
and rookie pitcher Bob Thorpe
Increased the total number of
Cubs signees to 3S.
Bilko batted .228 in 55 games
last season while the 19-year-
old Thorpe won 28 games, more
than any other pitcher in base-
ball, with Stockton, Calif, of the
Class C California League.-
In Havana, outfielder Minnie
Mifloso of the White Sox was
voted the outstanding Cuban
athlete for 1954, and Bob Ma-
duro owner of the Havana entry
In the International League, was
named the man who did most
for sports in Cuba last year.


Step No. 2 Taken

In Plan To Get

Toronto To Maimors
TORONTO, Feb. 2 (UP) -
Step No. 2 has been taken in a
long-range plan to bring major
league baseball to Toronto but
several civic leaders want a clos-
er look at the blueprints.
A request from the civic sports
committee that Toronto taxpay-
ers back debentures for a $1,-
750,000 enlargement of Maple
Leaf "Stadium was approved in
principle by the city council yes-
terday, a week after the board
of control gave it the green
light. The harbor commission,
which owns the stadium, now
will seek federal permission to iS-
sue the debentures.
The counell, however, with-
held full endorsement until it
sees the plans, estimates and
terms of the lease with the To-
ronto Maple Leaf ball club of
the International League. Club
owner Jack Kent Cooke hks said
the city has "excellent" chances
of obtaining a major league
franchise Ifthe stadium's capa-
city is raised to 4,200.
Alderman John Kucherepa
suggested that Toronto might at
some time be the site of the
Olympic Games and added: "I
have the feeling this is going to
bd another situation lke the
subway and certain sewers
where the contractors came
back to council to ask for Wort
money."
Alderman John MaeVicar said:
"We. aeed something which will
compete with Vaneouver's.46,-
000-Mat stadium, otherwise I
am not sure we will etain the
Grey Clp games. ,

Balboa Swim Pool <

To Be Closed for
Qmm ,
Cele.ninf Fday

Tlmlw.. as sv '


yesterday at the iBal
park.
The little curve ba.a.r#iWt ,,
mon Cabrera, was in are fdrn
and scattered three hits as nb
struck out eleven iheh and yield
ed but one base on balls. B& ei;
toqd the slab all the ww fto
the Curundu lads and Was th(
victim of two solid hits to lefi
field by Allan Scott, that mean
the difference. Bonner Badle]
had the other hit off Barley,.


Pressure was strong that
the tension on the field chased
errors by players who usually
don't make them and as a re-
sult two of West Bank's three
runs and both of Curandu's
runs were unearned.
The game was well played
'despite the errors and gave West
Bank an excellent chance to cop
first half honors this season.
West Bank has two games left,
both with Kobbe, and need but
one victory to clinch the first
half. The next game will be
played at Fort Kobbe on-Thurs-
day and the second at Cocoll on
Monday. The team invites the
baseball public to come out and
see them wrap it up.
Alberto "Mamavila" Osorio,
mailed his contract to Minnea-
pols of the American Associa-
tion, yesterday. From reliable
sources we have learned that
Mamavila was given a small
increase.


Humberto Robinson assured usn
that his knee is in excellent con-'
dition and that the blow he re-


PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Team'Standings
Teams W L Pet.
Spur Cola 6 1 .857
Lincoln Life 5 2 .710
Police 4 4 .500
Elks 1414 .2 4 .333
Gibraltar Life .2 5 .286
Seymour Agency 2 5 iS


The AssocjaRn ime:
hope. that ta'ibuN O "a-
ture to meen who real dnadry
the recognition A e-orting
public, will find )or.
Srom that public look for-.
ward to seeing a ]ngr w m
hand to give thue Wa oof yW
teryear, a big ..d.
The Japanese team toirhig
Central and South America wll
rrive here on PFrlay play
Ithe V Yaftm on: Y
night. On Tuesday md Wdedes-
day they will play ,galnt a
combined team o n and
Smoker players.
This team is very highlyrated
and the games ihbud be real
thrillers.


-- -.


Albert White for Lincola Life
led all the, batters, having pe'r-
fect day two for two. raWanw
also had two safetiesr. rte
winners, Butch Rater le-dW f t
parade with two singles.
The box' score:


GIB


Gibraltar 4, Lincoln 2 e
The doormat of the Pacific Lmbano, 2b
Little League turned t6 be the Snyder, rT-lb
giant killer when Gibraltar Life, Marquard, 3b
the occupants of the cellar, up- Rager, lb-p
set the strong Lincoln Life team, Adams, as
which was virtually tied for the S
League lead. .
The Olbraltsr Lifers made the ,
most of the five hits they re- J]cko p-jrf
ceived, converting them into four
runs. The Lincoln Lifers outhit LI
Joe Cicero's gang, gathering 7
hits, but could turn these even Bkk, 2b
safeties into only two runs. McElhone, 2b
Jackson scattered the hits. but Bradshaw, cf.
needed some help in the last in- Elgelke, ss-p
ning. However, Jackson was Dubois, a
credited with the victory. Crook, lb
The Lincoln Life team missed Dubois, c
their big gun, Perky Parker who' Crook, lb
was sick. Ward and Engelkel assett, rf
shared the mound duties for the White, It
Lincoln Lads with the former be- Bowman, 3b
ing charged with his second Lambert, 3b
loss. IWard, p-us


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pitch
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NEJOS BLANK MACAWS Conejoa ab r h P af
S rangloinl, A. 3b .,1 0 0 1 0
>ring five runs in the bot- Byter, D.ss .... 3 0 0 I
of the fourth to break up a Kirkland.L. p .... 1 0 4
her's battle between Durfee Chase, C. rf .... 1 1 1 1 0
Kirkland, the Conejos went Watson, J. ct .... 0 1 0 0 0
Defeat the Macaws 7-0. Mion. R ..... 3 1 1 4& 1
M uIseM. lb 0 21 0 0
error and six walks L Ch i. 2.. 0 1 i 0
p and Durfee spelt disaster o f ...... r0 0
ie Macaws' cause. Kirland Wadrask, B. I .. 0 9 0 0
tough at all times and was
r in trouble, allowing buit Totals :12 3 X 18 8
hits and two walks.


Today's game will bring' to-
gether the Palomas and Ocelots.
A win for either team will give
them sole possession of third
place. DuBo will most likely be
called upon to pitch for the Oce-
lots, with. Bateman doing the
catching for the Palomas. either
Schnelder or Barbler will pitch
with Snodgrass doing the catch-
Ing.
The standings:
*' Won Lot Pet.
"oney" ......... 8 10 im
V'aeaws........... 3 4
Oe.pU ......... s s S
PaSleas ......... 5
PulMas........... 6
The box, ore:
Kafaw 1. i& Th b a
Days, T. lf ..... 4 9
_urte6, Tom e ... s * d
aa. T... ...., e l
D-_t^.J. B lb .,- -*.- l ,
Chase .J. ...... ,,
haM, It..... ,,
RON, o. rf ...... 'A _.
ece D. lb.,.0.. 1 0 0 4 0
5 D. : .;. 0 0 0 0'.


*Errors: Macaws-P-tman, J.
Durfee, P. Coruian. Cnagaos..
Ryter.
Ribshatted In: Conefoas-Mn-.
ser oh .Ryter Franotont,

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9iore By Innings
Smokers 212 010 0-6 9 0
Sodft oo000 000 0-0 4 1
1mmary: Runs batted in:
Parris, Tuminel, Naragon, Pres-
cott 2, Bernard. Earned runs:
Smokers 6. Left on bases: Soda-
men 6, Smokers 6. Home rpn:
Prescott. Three base hit: Ber-
nard. Two base hits: Naragon, X.1
Osorio, Gladstone. Sacrifice hit:
Hughes. Stolen bases: Prescottk
Cobo. Hit by pitch: Arthurs (P.
Osxrio). Wild pitch: Arthurs.
Struckout: by Hughes 4; by Ar$
thurs 1. Bases on balls: off
Hughes 4; off Arthurs 2; off
Charles 1. Pitchers record: Ar-
thurs 6 runs, 9 hits in 5 innings.
Errors: Sodamen (Lopez). Losing
pitcher; Arthtwrs (4-5). Winning
pitcher: Hughes (4-1). Double-
plays: Austin, Bernard, E. Oso-
rio. Umitre: Williams, Thorn-
ton, Karamafitis. Time of game:-
1:55.


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WEDN3SDAY. FUUARY 2-5 *133-^ *-ANA*- MEC ylNc 0 *"**^1 D V T Dl *anWsP ZO

thtVanai aBoiwZlng Cha mpi onsh ips Open Fe5..


Team Events Scheduled 3 y Old Arm y Man Pl

Straight Nights At Diablo Dan Ia l Stripes Ahead Of

The tournament committee of the Pan-Canal Bowling n ef_ Y o r rn a
cati l all set to open the 14th Annual Champonship play at a s 195 roles changes ust announced,hint strongly .By HARRY GRAYSON
th Diablo Heights Bowling alley at 7:00 o'clock on next Satur- that oft diamond code repair men are Imitating those of football bate and immediately
day evening. who are in a perennal state of Indeion, and on an unending NEW YORK ( NEA-Co Walter te earo a flabb a
Ar ements have been made to officially open. the games bage reform H. Wells never has been an ar- det team.
by the ro of th frt ba on each of the eighutenant Govalleysrnor It would appear that after 110o years of baseball competition, adent moviee goer.
Sdistinguilshed o .ets and officials, The lieutenant Governo al dai from publication of the first set of rules by the Knicker- In fact, wherever Cappy Wells ANY STUDENT OF gridir
the Canal Zone, Col. H. Paon, will roll the flrat ba on alley bock In 1945 and 88 seasons of gridiron play, starting with ha s been, on Army posts or at tory wul reca that t ta
number 1 and other officials will do the same oa alleys 2 to 8 thePrinceton-Rutgers Donnybrook in 1869, both games long since ,. laWst pliac in New Yookl the bfr-imih rushes of Ray Elem tla.
inclusive. s uld have achieved a state of legalistic definitiveness. st P you would look for him which eally tormented Ary.
Through the contrtesy of the Army Forces, Radio "CFN" will However thereve no end of r leg aist d teinit iv ens would be In a theater Dorais-Rockne business was s a3
monitor the opening ceremonies over it's well known stations on Howeverke there is no endrt ft changing patrestern s which skitter So, when Cappy asked us to ded starter.
Immediately following the opening ceremnIes, the team about like the prismatic bits of glass In. a kaleidoscope. Before spend an evening wi th hi 1
chosen for the first shift wil occupy alleys Which will be drawn the fans have masteeied the playing regulations of one year, they notion here, was that It wouob
b chosen tanor the tournament t wi occupy alleys which wll be underdrawn find themselves confronted with those of another season. a whirl at the Lambs Cluub bar mil apy ie
b v lot and the tournament will be under way. This state of affairs not without its uses and benefices. BHS INTRAMURAL CAGE CHAMPS Winning teamn of the or something of that sort. Instead, get things at perfectly. This
r Souvenirs of the openingg event will be presented to t b produces conversation and controversy, the cardiac impulses tough 9-team league recently concluded was the team captained the man who did so- much to give movie for enteInet. For
ers and guests and special mementos will be presented to the which drive the blood streams of both games. by Humberto Otero. From left to right they are: Ricardo Ca- United States Military Atadm about al those a. /
dignitaries who roll the first ball a strike recorded by the first Now, you take the new rule which reduces the catcher's box to sera, Paul Hurst, Miltonl Rodriguez, Humberto Otero Capt., Ar- athletics solid public relations tok Ater the 2 hour nsa 18 miS
baUl thrown by the guests will earn an Additional Award. a width of only 43 inches, a little more than three and a half feet. mando Calvo, 1ac Perez, Joe Cicero. This team was tied for u a special moving picture screen, ppy o str
spectxtra seats a rnd being provided in the Bowling Center for Having shrunk the receiver's laboratory to a comparatively in- approximately half the league play by Charlie Morris' team. studio on Broadway. .. edondl auth o lya
opetatorspen gt bly t teams are scheduled for the fintteslmal cubicle, the rules tinkerers now should reduce some The last half of the league play they led, at times by only per- "You're going to see a picture "Those wnmdrt t
On if t biAg.Both of these teams are from the Atlantic of the broad of beam catchers to fit th new skimpy dimensions. certage points over the Woods' team and Joe Blackburn's team. about one of my oldest and dearest Academy and Hudson Rive
avo-shantehtra two p ru iy Th e old sioekit tnrsnedou to out. "Th m oie peop
nd shift h owl Both of these n t are from the Atlatbow The idea behind this change is ot to produce an epidemic Team ray wPa always good and when the game was tough, play friends," he whispered as the were in What is called >
side of the Isthmus and are xrbeing i on..pJpourney to I of claustrophobia among the backstops'of the major leagues, but neter filtered.. It anything, it got progressively better. lights dimmed. scope Technicolor he BS
the ate amshift to avoid an extra -which they original and to make It extremely difficult for the pitchers to issue intentional The old sidekick turned out to out "The movie
SThe teams names, leagues from which they ga_ s : l-a -, o s _ pa" .be Sgt. Martin Maher, whose 50 is important" "
bowling centers on which they normally play, are as w: Ifthe catcher leaves his pigeon hole before the ball has been A years on the Hudson Highlands.
OPENING NI T February 5 1st Shift 7:00 P.M.* pitched, a balk will be called. However, there is nothing in the which should be at the Bijou short. appy wells m probal
*M ay- be delayed-O- eo o Ienl1 ceremonies. code which says that the receiver may not hop out of his strait- .lly. In order to properly publAicize doesn't 'think so. Aer all wp
Jacket once the delivery is on its way. This will help to make l Its product, Columbia Pictures whole thing is about his l ,
Team Name League From catchers more mobile and, it is hoped, pitchers more accurate for :... brought in Cappy, as a special Marty Maer, isn't it? r
Sears (Classie) Classic Diablo the moving target. r r drum-beater. That makes everything else."'l g'
emor cy Diabl Cappy attacked the job with si nificant, and it probably 'l I
El Panama Classic Diablo ":.... vigor-and In short order the per- tae an Academy AWar t
*PowelPaIndiansa Classic Diablo PENALIZE PITCHER FIVE YARDS i sonal press agents for Tyrone strighten out e actors so a
Technical Services Offrs. Tech. Serve. Offr. Ft. Clayton.Power, Maureen O'Hara and
Chevrolet Balboa Mens Balboa The sum total of the change ine itably will be travesty. It other Hollywood stars in the mo-
Pin Mixers Albrook Albrook APB isn't any more likely to reduce the number of Intentional walks .. vie were screaming. Colonel Wells A n Th "
Curundu Maulers Curundu Mxd. Curundu than did the first prohibition against .catchers leaving their THE muscle tear in Ed Furgol's was getting the ink, all right, but II rirwO .
........ .... ..boxes, adopted in 1947 and soon cast into the limbo of the "so- good right arm is serious enough it was all about Marty Maher and -
S Atlantic side team bowling at Diablo. what" to require an eventual operation his 50 years as Army's handyman
2n ..- Sd Shift 9:00 PM. The unending yammer about the Intentional pass traces to for the U.S. Open champ ... who of athletics. Summit Hills To old 2-CIl
.Scott &Scott Margarita Margarita the fact that it is despised by the vast majority of the fans. first hurt the wing by over-prac. Tournament .. :
cott co Margarta They see it as an abject surrender ofthepitcher to the batter ticking to get in shap for s cur- THE SUSPICION HERE isthat
Naval Station Margarita arg an they feel robbed of th full measure of action for which the tailed Australian j et... slam. Cappy didn't even know who Ty. Attention a golfer and d
SECOND NImGT February l.t Shift 7:00 P.M. have Paid atdtheagate ming 4,500 ball a day.... li rone Power was when he acceptbers.
HE. D .H -- F ajoruaa 6. 1o H s However, the intentional p ass is basic and essential strategy, Is It true Jockey Willie Sho. ed the assignment. But he certain. _
H. I Homa Major Diablo Heights andadds consdeably to the drama of the game. It Is the glor- maker' the money an behind ly knew the story of West Point The Summit Hills Golf
Fuerza Luz Major Diablo Heights ous tidbit of the second guessed Andy. Crevoln, the. hab ra ( and Marty Maher's lifetime of Country Club invites yo
Fairchild Aerial Bury. I.A.0 A. Curundu Now let us examine another change. This, happily, has be en horse and horsepower i ) t s u
Br&vMI o ral ervice F -. ob Jgiven only a tentative life, for the dur ton of the spring train- "dA,.. .... .s d a bu ( "JDou las. .-"" ....
Balboa2ndeer S -9:Ma ens,. loa ing eason. Australia Is still doing a burn A thr Bra, Bral esy, and tclub will be no gre6.
Seydaour ericY .. Diablo Helhts Iwill be the function of one of the field umpires to hold a over the uninhibited antics o- oi Groves, .Yslowehemeyer and Iun. . ... .d.
Colonial Insurance .. Mens Ba boa stop watch on the pitchers, and force them to obey the rulTo ( n B Down
ColoDblalInsuraneeiloHeights which says that, without rulers on bases, they may not delay Under.... Tommy Tantrums -.is The picture, based on Nardirgood.XYou donot h avemtos'-
2nd Sh.i 9:"0P.M their deliveries for more than 20 seconds.... lia O.y pro on the circuit ., r Reed p b g m r tH z
The arbitrator, as Bill Klein liked to call hiMself, conceivably toplay out of a driving range- jU IP the Brass," is West Point a t wllbenogreemi
Hell Cats Cosmopolitan Mxd. Diablo Heights will be equipped with a whistle, as well as a split-second chrono- the biggest threatC. on h ourne iemmigrant who became father
Local 595 Major Diablo Heht meter. Or perhaps the majors at lon will recognize the ght of of the o sit ggest threats on the confer, immigr twho every youngster who There will be beverages
Intra Service 6 Int. Serv. 6 Albrook APB an umpire to carry a gun. t for two years a donned Army g rd spot prizes for the wi I
Lions Curundu Mxd. Curundu At the 20-second mark, the ump willblow o hoot, to h den arty Maher approach 80 is The greens and fairway
Mutual of Qmaha Major Diablo Heights nounce that an automatic ball has been charted against ttheearn eaftg bsonce .a. t i sort of Mr. Chips with sergeant's in beautiful condition he
hurler. Suppose the batter belts this rule-infsringin t out eharn aiMone... stripes t is nice and cool. The
THIRD NIGHT- February 7 7:00 P.M of the park? The umpire doubtless will display a ag on the eif Carmen asiio's now such a Iput out d drinks and
Buckeyes Cosmoolitan 1Mxd. Diablo Heights pla~, call the hitter back to the line of scrimmage and penalize trweights, aIng th wItdtime l- to fl' ollywood swing whn asked foodo out of the kink t:
Cosmooltan xd Diablo Heights the -pitch five yards .out how comheTmmy t bout the football sequence o. the delous.
oodchucks Cosmopolitan M d. Diablo Heght he tr es med at r educin sene to Chck Dae (remember m?) ference o asketall stacs rst Army-NotreDae game
The schedules for the doubles and le events will be The asba wter and the m aerareth oly nesboxing t lov esi for aed eoust wipre Ik hLi n on ba eah who S-"
Ft. A do r une er. concerned a lout th e long games. Th e a le me hi s upeor officer, the Master of i te ouths t t en Dripping with co juice
.Ithe heorn... This was 50 years,.".tBeweenySou,' et c,."s-i he
ear--s Aces alboa mnBalboa daystheregloves ainorng owseasy ever a time when there aoiomebo point and Sgt. Marty Maher, for mirth, and girth, on the
on them BROKEN LEG as. PORNEow HITTERS GET RELIEF s. Power's mitts drepted tugging adoptedbanquet irsia vtlt.. .bstI
s. hust a year ago, with toe proren-
the Sdord.:. This was 5o years .Between you esIs the

For many years the fans of America have been plagued by tion of padding between the thumb
th problem as to what would happen if, after having belted a and the rest of the hand to pre-
homer out of the park, the batter broke a leg or, for some reason vent thumbing... Col. John J. Mc-
which reverent umpires might recognize as 'an act of God," b Ewan, who played in the 1913 l

0-K -it did oiWur many years ago I n the Texas League, when a dis- "The field wasn't that wet! ...
CLASSIC LEAGUB seemed to go through the mo- gruntled -viewer shot a home-run soccer in the ankle. Gulfstream Park in Hallandale,
tions. When asked what he would do if that sort of thing happen- Fla., sent no lessthan its two
sears scored their second ed In sa game being umpired by him, Klein announced, some two high-ups, Jimmy Dons and HoraceV
straight shutout and as a resut Seymour Agency decadeago, "I would allow a pinch runner.it s Wade, to Santa Anita... to hustle



sscMlno . 183 81 169 4 594on cares. do, noI woudet anes a re Lee gue whichzes n ou mie .arr o l te w r
ov. Pow. S r sld to That is from ha precisely how the rules committee has solved the o. horses for the March meet ing
shoved Powell's from seco. 7ant fthe $100,000 Florida Derby...

tIrd 10ce In the league stanld- Bates 189 144 190 473 Remma In t he 1955 code. sSrete whn e havi n Gtro
SEd r o- Glealdeman 156 146 1m 2 484 Let another new rull e sey -that ia legal contest is stopped\tnoug wihr is br e
r af tour of night work Gran t 159 210 14 515 by "weather and similar onditions,"t n s a complete affair and uthinar e n
will .lo Sears' cause consider- Theis 168 147 168 43 not to be finished later on under the suspended game rule. This, l e he e i, c Written or NEA S service i
ut of the Cl ssc oMelanson 183 181 169 53 of course, does not affect the American League, which does noertmte bai h e uno hrcialy t he 4I .

rablytir ue ca wf th l e m h .l or8 o og th hhwthn sterln l yuit he 'ateer unainean f the -
eaUh il. Bud. 1 Baler scored. - have a suspended regulation e causehe never has run the da Iis.m B l H g egul a ti or
tolead Sears with help from 805 828 855 2488[ d hoped that thea rules committee would cover the situa- stance in practice.... Former Villa-
Earl Bt and Doc Anderson. n crnt e when plate umpire leaves his post, and the bat- no le l i-Ameican halfback Gene all
Lefty Ed Spruny found himself adBl Panama ter getsna hit.. Klem once recognized the legality of a blow i Filipski knows where his bread O b 3 y w -
and was high man for Powells'.Wa ggoner .. 177 199 163 5398 these .circumstances. But Beans earn killed rooy is buttered-at his Jan. 22 wedding
nColon. 181 199 .15 595 homer because he had left the plate. to the former Marjorie Valta, his
Sears edZeletes . 172 159 157 488 Most of th e changes for 1955 have to do with the scoring best man was a lineman, tackle i
SBchmidt B 11 16 9 244 594 rules. In no circumstances are these to be 6ritcized, as I am a Bill Hearty, the two ushers were
Cber. -205 190 173 568 Coffey . 200 190 207 597 member of the scoring rules commit ee. linemen- d Tom Fte riet
l se tspssThomas- l 8 7m .-.1 _174_ 177 _538_ . . Nt. early..I_ and tackle Joe Leichtweiss ... allii
Anderson.. 190 199 181 570 911 916 986 2813 240-pounders...

1008 04 957 20i Italian dinners donated by thet for the New York Yanks? ... end
Atlas Garden. 'I I quit the game in 1919 after mak- t w H at p
Poweil's Don't forget the city tourna- gi being like a football player with a e l
E\ment being held the week of .. umpire. wt i in 1
Larrabee . 168 186 204 558 February 5th through 11th at -- The hotest nfeud in pro basket- -l ii e.
Kraka s 165 157 148 470 the Diablo Heights Bowling Al- bal is between exuberant coaches
spinney . 195 192 292 589 ley. The public is invited, so USING SCENTS SENSIBLY Charley Eckman of Fort Wayne
Gallgan . 163 19 189 541 come out and cheer for your fa- By JOE STETSON -and Red Auerbach of Boston .., i
oga . 1 181 0 5 vorte kegler, be he "Bowler" ors D ditor Fiwith the latter gunning for the Zo-ll -| Thai t's freshness for yo!
"Roller." THE lad who merely extracted ners because Chrey po ed, KOOLc rettesare
875 685 943 2703 Some of the better known animal scent and devised a means j'. "Give Macauley 20, points." ... Al Schacht O g ts
With help from Bears, El Pan- Bud Balcer. Billy Coffey, Karl kept for use on occasion probably '. '. to be buddies with a bunkmate at Don't let t e]
ama took over second place and Best, Harry Colbert. Boly Waq.. had no Idea of the extent to which -'- a 'San Antonio Army camp where LET'S GO back 35 years when d LAit
white-washed .eymiour Agency toner and) Ted Melanson. The the scent husineu would grow both were physical instructors and the Senators had a couple of pitch- yKuOL an. enpoy the
In the process. Billy Coffey, Dick Gold Coast will be represetned for dog training. where, Charley claims, the other ers named Walter Johnson and a KOOL i
Colston and '.ed Schmidt paced by Dick Hngan. Jimmy Galligan Today, with duck, pheasant, guy kept bumming his cigars ... Al Schacht. pleasant taste o1
gency mssed Stephens and just See you there. other scents available for practi- t'. his coaching rival with the Syra- hitter against the Red Sox in sts lightly mentholted
cal use It is possible to accom- cuse Nats... early July and was due to face tobacc s. Inhale puff
____________________________________ _pl___ ,sh almost anything in dog The romance of Maureen Con. the Yankees in Washington t u "ddl.-.o "
training where scent is involved. nolly is reported to be on the skids More than 17,000 people were in 97after pun o eeiia 1
There is both the positive and ... and her first love agail is ten- the stands, and Schacht was next r sg
PANAM A AM ERICAIl' ie. Aman, training his dog to For a short s Curt Jim Pollardtepo h ter cooler. Bu John thatlasts-ora
retrieve, can put pheasat, duck, of the Minneapo s kera i stdi and can't pitch. Clark Griffith, long time. Th r
or quail scent on the training the best basketball player in the the manager, is in a tough spot. n K0L dprettes
dummy. This not only adds in- w world ... and a phenomenal iron He's got four ys to choose from was l to
terestini scent to the dummy so .--- man when you consider he once Awdi c son J m Shaw was s


s H / H ii --- I I that it can be located easier, but opposed Hank Luisetti in a mem- rg ourtneyandme. add to the comfort
help to bridge the ap between exhibits Improper interest i orable cage duel a dozen ears You're right. I was nominated.
artificia and nature when the there justification for reprimand ago in San Francisco.'Bi HHomes, And out come the cushions and
dog is first worked on birds. Even then the assoation between Texas Tech's hustling p bottles. Griff knows we're in on the
Laying dra for racoon train- repriinand and the animal to be wants us to know the Bn am.
e g or trials a positive- -e, as ignored may no exist l the mind "Win this game," he says to me, ca e ee_
is encoura g a dog to follow a of te dog, and he won't know "and you'll never have to win world... KOOL.
S--- trail of a de scet to s a dog why he is being punired n m another game. You'll have a job
S'i to run deor. With te scent method the dog A e T ey nH msfor life."
SIM m llll The negative apai m to the is dto the scent he s sup- To make the story long, I strike t -
t o usof isrobaly etoabhbor ad reprimandedoutBa Ball Players? abeRuhin tht hr dning
portant than the ptet, l .Uth- ntilhe lheikam tha Oe rB llPl ye with the bases loaded and two out.
dog against deer or ais whenever a qdlor tickles his PITTSBURGH (NEA)- Nebody out in the eighth with the bases
deed a tremendous chore AftAer nstrls. ls.e association is defl- can accuse the Pittsburgh Pirates loaded again.
a dog is o ffan a chaset Is next nite an t d 's expriene nto of having a lot of 'guys amell We win, 4-1 r:d I make good
to i mposstlhe to catch him in or- the presence o that partUelar Jones playing for them. hr Grin.
der to pul him In association scent is always unpleasant Mot This season's trailing camp at It's my big break. I stay with
wti the daddal- dg learn to avoid. what has Fort Myers will see tlre mIits him as a coach until 19N --
Stili patifg a chase can only proven naplasmat. appear I Buccaneer unifM0s.| But I never win another game
CA f F FILL YOUR NEED.S.- be done by icy comneldena I Oi etI iwe sed. If we had INo relate, they asn Jiw mat year. because my next ti I
/, te trhUappn s toPV ,ep rould Dick and Wta Bd Pad ad oat I slide into second hurt my

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AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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-Read story on, pag 8


Cop Considers


Escaped. Leopar


r saF Game; Owner Says


-Suae, a leopard on the Idose,
i Rainfall records for January became the center of a fight be-
#copUed over a period of fromLe teen two factiofroafig the
d to 8 years aere smashedfrlast "Le the people know the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln. oak and paletto woodshere to-
.aonth at five of the 7 weath- day.
V stations macntinned on the Her owner, William Morris,
anal Zone according to statis- THIRTIETH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1955 FIV CENT said Susie Is as tame as a house
ca released b the Panama Ca cat unless cornered and offered
nal Hydrographic Office. a $100 reward for her capture
The month of January. con- "alive."
aldered the first month of the, lut Constable Russ Galbreath
season usually lives up to Its armed himself with a rifle and
S- station as such. Cnr' T E had an armed posse standing by
This year however, rain was r to shoot the spotted Jungle beast
heavier than usual at all sta- on sight.
tions while at Gatun the rain-.,sight.
fall was the heaviest n 51 ome big cat umped 150-
ar sthe s a et Iu pound calf Sunday afternoon
,ears, and chewed off about 10 pounds
ord breaking total for the months WCof meat while the calf, was still
were Pedro Miguel. Madden Dam. living," Galbreath a i d. ."It
Candelaria and Chico. Although could have been a panther, but
heavy rains were reported atr WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UP) [tee, supported the four-year the Far Eastern crisis and Smith said the draft spurs panthers don't generally attack
heavy ristobral and Balboa. the totals Congress was told yesterday that draft extension but urged more sought ways to nullify the plan- longer-term enlistments which in the afternoon."
fell short of th. all-time rec- failure to continue the draft deferments for graduate students ned cuts. are essential for training men in Morris, however, said there
fellord. would cut U.S. armed forces al- and young engineers working on They were not sure, however, the Air Force buildup. was no evidence that a big cat
Candelaria. which is situated most in half and doom Air Force "vital research" for Industry. how or whether they could MaJ. Oen. Lewis B. Hershey, had killed the calf or eaten it.
on the Peueni River and has plans to establish 137 win s. The committee put aside Its make President Elsenhower Selective. Service director, said But Galbreath said. "that
hn e Ptntn of bin a wet Military leaders gave this ap- public atring of the overall mil- back down. about two million men have been leopard could attack a child next
the reputation 82 inches the prasal to the House Armed Itary situation, including the Defense Secretary Charles E. drafted since 1950. He agreed the ..."I've told everyone If they
t for any tRtion for Jan- Services Committee In urging mounting controversy over pro- Wilson told the committee that draft spurred voluntary enlist-, see it, kill it."
I. This was slightly above the passage of the administration's posed Army manpower cuts, to experience shows the armed ments. i Susie broke out of her cage at
nches recorded in 1953, the bill to continue the draft law consider the draft phase of the services canont get the men Susie broke out of her cage at
record finches recorded that this lour years beyond its June 30 ex- military program, they need in the foreseeable fu-
record or the 21 ear ne. pirating date. Democrats agreed with Gen. ture by voluntary means. .
tion has been in existence. plaomittee Chairman Carl Matthew B. Rid gway, Army chief In a statement presented by
tun fo 12.1 inch which was Vinson (D-Ga ) predicted swift of staff, that the Army should Assistant Defense Secretary Car-
t8 inches higher than the 9.48 approval of the measure by hin not be trimmed in the light of ter L. Burgess. Wilson said this
8 inches reported n 1922. Cristobalcommittee. He said it should be means the military "must have
reported 11.49 Inches of rain forready for House action Monday. the authority to draft any re-h
the month but this total was far Vinson said, however, he will quiredadditional personnel on a
below the record for Cristobal offer an amendment to exmpt
whoh 1t.20Inhe sIn192 m wh served at least Burgess said about 670.000 men
six months from further draft will be drafted in the next four
Chico. a station on the Chapres liability. For Par i ite, years, an average of 14,000oan a
Rlver reported 6t 7 Inches, slight- At resent, he said, men with Amonthin addition to 12100,00
Smore than Its all time record anything les than the full two- A volunteers expected in the four-
ly -m : ore h t im n;thinit e ns Access-Road Paving;:d ed the four- ,
of 5j.8 inches which fell in 1953: year draft service can be called year period.
Madden Dam had 5.11 inches, again.
bree lng a record of 3.95 inches Vinson also called for an a- Bids are now being advertised He added that without a draft
which had stood since 1922: and amendment to cut the length of by the Panama Canal Compnay extension the services could not
-Pedro Miguel totaled 4.99 inches time men must stay in the Na- for the construction .of a car maintain a strength of more
.f rain, slightly higher than the tional Guard to win draft defer- parking area near the Margarita than 1.500.000 men.
4. record of 1953. ment. Men now Joining the guard Gymnasium, In Margarita; the Assistant Air Force Secretary
contrary, waste report to aresu ensn would Mount Hope Tank Farm and the extend the draft would kill Air l
th contrary was the dret before this to 2re5 the maximum paving of the Cristobal Shops Force plans to build 137 wings.
!'pt on the Canal Zone, co power th Are at Mount Hope. He said 40 per cent of men
tively pekn. The U.S. Chamber of Co- The parking lot which will be joining the Air Force do so be-
'*,^, he were re-. merce, in a letter to the commit- located on Margarita Avenue cause they know they other-
totalof4.32 werere- merce, Iner letter to ue comml across the street iros ttheeMar-ou-e
an,.na *h m4,oa~ n.,.fh* Wine.. I wou..ld eda~fte.U*.-


Sbtedt, at this station which was
*.ch higher than normal but
Inches below the record of
. ,


ais was the most rain ex-
Fenced at the Balboa Station
juary, however, since 1902
n 5.19 inches fell.

. Trainer Named


sbanl Captain

|iCrislobalPort
an mrnest B. Rainier
^Hwa Canal Pilot for the past
S has been promoted to
3tant Port Captain in Cris-
5. It wuas announced today
t.he Marine Director's Office.
NMe replaces Captain Samuel
SBrown, who retired at the
n of January.
,.0ptain Rainier was born in
3@hews County, Virginia. He
aweh to sea soon after his grad-
etieon from high school and was
I noted from ordinary seaman
trugh the ranks to Master in
rs. Alltof this service was
Sthe Colombian Steamship
any.
r that company was sold
S:1938, he was employed by the
a Line and sailed as sec-
Sd officer of the 88 Cristobal.
.later served as Chief Officer
4r a brief period as Master
t vessel before Joining the
S .iSlore in August 1939.
IF_ 4wTed on several oc-
duing the past five-
period Apting Assistant
atain In Cristobal.
,Ln Rainier has lived on
Atlantic side throughout his
service. re and Mrs. Rai-
and their two young
ters live at Margarita.


10 New Employes

Hired By Panama

Canal Company


garita Gymnasium, will be paved
with asphaltic concrete have a
guard rail and will provide room
or 32 cars.
The work to be done In the
Cristobal Shops area will be in-
clude the construction of a side.
walk, a heavy duty concrete work
slab, an asphaltic concrete park-
ing area and the paving of the


The Army currently is the on-
ly service using draftees.

Seafood Supplies

High, Prices low
I-. if


Ten permanent employes, railroad cross leading into the inrougnoul U
four of whom were hired in area.
the United States, joined the Bids will be opened at 10 a.m.
Canal organization during the Feb. 11 in the office of the En- WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UP)-
last two weeks in January, ac gineerng and Construction Bu- The smart housewife can save
cording to information fro the reau. Balboa Heights. some money on the grocery bill
Bureau. this month If the family likes
Personnel Bureau. seafood.
Two of the employee hired New Bug-Killer. Pilegi, chief of the Fish
locally worked before with the and Wildlife Service market
Canal organization. Tilhey are a| news section. said today that
Samuell. Field, of Nocozira, May End Insects supplies of fishery products are
Mexico, Locks Division; and abundant this month and many
Adele P. Koenl of Dallas, Tex. Defy prices are lower.
as. clerk, Health Bureau. Who f DDT prices are lower.
Mr. Field was first employed Frozen haddock fillets, fresh
with the Canal organization In WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UP)- and frozen shrimp, frozen hall-
1941 as a machinist and later Public Health Service scientists but, and canned tuna are espe-
as a tractor, bulldozer operator have developed a powerful new cially plentiful, Plleggi said.
wit hthe Maintenance Division bug-killer that may be the death To relieve the abundance of
until 1948. Mrs. Koenig was knell of DDT-resistant insects. frozen haddock fillets, particu-
employed with the Health Bu- The new insecticide, cal e d larly of the small about two to a
reau from 1949 to 1950. DDVP. is less toxic to human be- pound size, the New England
New employes from the inas and to animals than many haddock Industry-is conduct-
States, their birthplaces and other insecticides. the Health Edu- ing a special marketing cam.
positloqs are as follows: cation and Welfare Department Daign.
Willtam E. Baird, of Steuben- said.
ville, Ohio; dental officer. It added that DDVP "m a y Current haddock stocks are a-
Health Bureau; Gladyce L. prove to be of greatest value bout 15 million pounds or about
Brodzeller, of Lomira, Wiscon- where flies and insects have de- 75 per cent above a year age,
sin; Mary M. Forrest, of Tick- veloped a resistance to DDT." the service said.
faw, Louisiana and Anna M.DDVP-short for dimethyl dich- i
Gefnar, Louisn nde ncn M- loro vinyl phosphate-was devel- Landings of shrlmp during
slana, nurses with the Health oped by Dr. George W. Pearre 1954 in the South Atlantic and
ana, nurse s with the Heal nd two chemists at the Public Gulf states were greater than In
Bureau loes hred loall Health Service communicable di- 1953. This increased production
New employes hired locally sease center at Savannah, Ga. with greater Imports from Mex-
were Ruby Eown. Broom, andh thMary The department said that in a ico, Panama and other countries
P. Rowan, nurses with the recent test eight grams of the sub. has resulted In larger quantities
Health Bureau; Alice E. O'Dell, stance killed off nearly all flies being held in cold storage. Pric-
clerk typist with the Office of in a large dairy barn. The scien- es for most sizes are lower than
the Comptroller and David tists estimated 10,000 grams of they have been for two years,
Reel Jr., guard with the Locks DDT would have been needed to the service said.
Division. do the same job.


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As Tornadoes Roar Across Three States


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In Virginia, Maryland and
North Carolina, fluke, soup or
porgy, sea bass, crab meat and
oysters should be plentiful.
In Florida bluefish, king and
spanish mackarel, mullet, red
snapper, crab meat and shrimp
were reported in extra supply.


INGTON, Feb. 2 (UP- not be included in the new pro- cabins, smashed stores, warehous. a- 0 O IS
either bureau said today a I gram. es and other buildings and toppled aNazI t
of radar stations would The other locations where new trees and utility poles. Electric
If and Atlantic Coast resi- equipment would be installed if service and communications were am
to 12-hours notice before the plan is a roved are: knocked out in much of the affect- amp Murderer
es slammed inland. I Nantucket, r. I.; Wilmington, ed area.
bureau said it would ask N.C.; Daytona Beach. Fla.: Mia- Torrential rains flooded some Stands Tral
tonal approval of a plan mi, Fla.; San Juan, Puerto Rico; sections.andsTrial
a radar network extend- Burrwood. La.. Brownsville, Tex.; Fires sprang up in the wreck-
tke Gulf and Atlantic Chicago; Des Moines Ia. Spring- age of sharecroppers' homes and BERLIN, Feb. 2 (UP)-A form-
ad in the Midwest. field, Mo., ajid Wichit, Kan. other buildings as rescuers work- er Nazi concentration camp ward.
network, which would cost Uneseasonal rnadoes roared ed frantically to dig out the dead en has gone on trial in East Ber-
million dollars over a across Arkansas, Mississippi and and injured. lin on charges of participating In
period, would be used to Alabama yesterday leaving a I0- the murder of 290 concentration
d track hurricanes. torna- mile-long swath ofdeath and de- The Injured jammed hospitals camp inmates and killing 90 of
d thunderstorms. struction through the rich Missis- as far away as Memphis, enn. them himself through injections
rau said the plan Was sippi river cottio country. Appeals for doctors, nurses and of gasoline.
dt, ll part, because of At least 29 persons were killed, medical supplies mounted as comr-
utos and property dam- More than 125 wenr injured. Ca- munications were restored. Red Communist, press resorts iden-
ment alre. s "ualty reports continued to come Cross officials mobilized emer- tified the warden as former S&
equipment already is In in late last night and chief investi- agency units and even rushed in Sergeant Karl Theiner. He is
i storm atectionu at gating officer LC. Hicks of the workers from Atlanta; accused of committing the killings
k City, Boton and WIsh- Mississippi hiwly patrol said National Guardsmen ptrolled in Mauthausen and Gusen concern.
" the death totll m be "5 or the area n Jeeps to guard against tration camps.
4alation at Cape Hatter. more. ,looting. The changes said Theiners vic-
Sbe madeth spri The bowling ,twi e crumpled Red Cross officials said an *s. tims suffered a painful death at.
S urcae season be- hool buildings a d pp, I timated s00 persons were left iter he ave them gasoline of Evi-
Sbuusaidd, and will leveled whole rowa q-o lntaton homeless. lpan injections.


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ARRIVED FOB ARDSIG .- Photo shows murdered Serge
Rubinstein (left) arriving for deportation hearing in Los An-
geles,, Oct. 1, 1951. With him Is his attorney Li B. Schofield.


New Witnsses

Rounded Up .In

Rubinstein Case
NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (UP)-An
entirely new group of witnesses
will be wounded up today for ques-
tioning in the strangulation slay-
ing of multi-miilonaire draft dodg-
er, Serge Rubin.tein.


Police disclosed last night that
yesterday's interrogation of 11
members of the slain man's house-
hold disclosed new leads to the
financier's death.
"We learned something n e w
today," assistant district attorn-
ey Alexander Herman sai d.
"Something we did not know be-
fore. We hope It will be very valu-
able.
As a result, he said, "new wit-
nesses will be questioned imme-
diately."
Herman refused to disclose the
nature of the new developments
or to name any of today s new
witnesses.
Investigators spent most of yes-
terday questioning Rubinstein's
mother and other members of his
household.
In all, 11 were questioned in-
cluding his mother; Mrs. Stella
Rubinstein, the slain man's aunt
Mrs. Genia Forrester. his secreta-
ry, Billie Kane, his butler, h i s
handyman, two maids and several
others.

British Compromise

May Save Arms Pool

From Total Failure
PARIS, Feb. 2 (UP) The
European arms pool conference
winds up the first phase of its
talks here today with high hopes
that a British compromise pro-
posal will save It from total fail-
ure.
Delegations from the seven
Western European Union (WEUI
states gather for their last full
dress session this afternoon and
then turn over their work to ex-
perts for detailed study.
Highlights of today's possible
last "big" session for future Bu-
ropean arms production an-
nounced to the conference yes-
terday and a final decision on
the number of subcommittees.


QUESTIONED Among the
many beautiful women ques-
tioned in connection with the
murder of millionaire draft
dodger Serge Rubinstein was
blonde Betty Reed, coloratura
soprano, who was reported to
have collapsed when she heard
the news of his death. She is
shown at New York police
station.


SEES SLAIN SON Mrs. Stella
Rubinstein leaves New Yort
funeral parlor after seeing bier
of her murdered son, ,Serg
fltubinstein. During her tidt
she told friends of heart
quarreling voices before- hI
death.


the winter quarters of a small
circus here Friday and has elud-
ed hunters, hounds and baited
traps ever Aince. She attacked a
a- M ostrich in the compound
Saturday night but got only a
mouthful of tail feathers. .
Monday night, Morris'aald, Su-
sile returned and ate a hunk oT
veal "we left on a post."
"Tonight, we will have .veal
steaks scattered about in sever-
al places but most of the meat
will be in traps," the circus man
said.


Morris enlisted the aid of Po-
lice Chief Wallace Ferrica of
nearby New Smyrna Beach to
broadcast a request that hunt-
ers not shoot the 120-pound fu-
gitive cat, which he valued at
$450.
"There is no bounty on her
hide and we hope no one will
dare hunt her down with guns,"
Morris said.

Presbyterian Merger

Plan's Revival

Depends On South
ATLANTA, Feb. 2 (UP)- The
final vote among all presbyteries
in the South may determine when
the already-defeated plan f o r
union of the thrme branches of the
Presbyterian Church is brought
up again, a spokesman said to-
dAother vote was cast today by
the Atlanta presbytery against
uniting the Presbyterian Church,
U.S., (Southern), the Presbyterian
Church, U.S.A., (Northern), and
the United. Presbyterian Church.
The northern) and Southern
branches split during the Civil
War.
Thirty. -five Southern presbyter-
ies now have voted against the
plan and 33 for union with 18 pres-
vteries left to vcoe. The propos-
al required a three-fourths vote
to pqss or approval by 63 presby-
teries.
A church spokesman said, how-
ever, that the final tally "will
have a bearing on how soon el-
orts are made to reopen negotia-
tions toward union."
Both the Northern branch and
United Presbyterian Church ap-
proved union.
Many of the Southern presby.:
series objected on doctrinal and
racial grounds, feeling that u-
nion nmay bring itegration of the
races with It.

Showdown On North


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Mendes-France
PARIS, Feb. 2 (UP) The
National Assembly begins discus-
sion today of France's North
African troubles in a showdown
debate that may topple the gov-
ernment of Premier Pierre Men-
des-France.
The critical mood of the as-
sembly was shown last nlkht
.When it voted 580 to 34 to shunt
aside a minor section of Men-
des-France's budget dealing with
pay raises for lesser government
employes.
The stinging defeat was the
second in two days and raised
hopes among Mendes-France's
political enemies that they
could get rid of him and his
German rearmament policies by
the end of the week.
, The onposltion found dislike
for the Premier on Issues rang-
Ing from Germany to his policy
of snpplyinr milk for school
children. They found unity in a
crisis that stems from national-
ist uprisings in France's North
African territories.
The debate lasts two days and
R confidence vote is expected in
the early hours of Saturday.
The seriousness of the Pre-
mier's nositlon was underlined
when the powerful rightist In-
dependents-139 strone-recom-
mended a "nn confidence" vote
on North Africa.

Mrs. McCnrmick's
Funeral Will Be
In Tennessee
Funeral services for Mrs. Annis
McCormick who died suddenly
last Friday, will be held in her
hometown of Bristol, Teniesee.
Her husband, C. T. McCormick,
and her daughter, Miss Betty
Bingham. are leaving the Isth-
mus by plane early tomorrow
morning for Tennessee.
Yesterday, a minute of silence
was observed in the U.. District
Court where McCormick is em-
ployed as Clerk of the court, In
memory of the deceased.
BALBOA .TIDES


THURSDAY,

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Press Cofemnce,

'Nothing To Say'


BUDAP ', Hungary, Feb.2
(UP) 'rt- Feb. r n
werb infbrmed j re fdentNts
H. Field and oi g e a-ei
"nothing to aHe ..res.
The fields % dgod all
contacts with se amed since
last November W t since
garian govern n. nmee
they had beez' fred- ...
Communist m a
The Huginan g. announced
Dec. 24 that tie, eah cou-
pie had asked granted
asylum in Hunt
A woman .w Englah
with a strong. accent
called represer naue West-
ern newspapers sdtaencies
heri this morniUg in told
the tod
'aee Mr. Field. ha nothlnr
to Say to the press heds nd
wish to jve an interview.,
She Ientlfled herself "Mr
Field's sacretery., "Mr.
Correspondents rebueted a
preas conferene with, oae or
bol of the Fields thnSMgn the
__gaan foregn UUMNM ,an
wobon as their release t an-
ounced last NOv. 16. The.mnlns.
try said the request W N be
"considered.be
Another request for. at -press
conference or Intervie w'' re-
layed to the SU.1w on ]Balf of
correspondents by .S. n-inister
Christian M. Ravndal who saw
the couple two days ago.
, Ravndal gave the Fields the
telephone numbers of the inter-
ested correspondents and said 9e
"had the ImDression," the coubl
might be willing to grant an
terview.
?Noel Field. t0ldRavit.that
his dvQ4.n to rqminaln- f
garY wA "entirely yolnu& -.


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