The Panama American


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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 (UP)&- High American of.
ficials said4today they stll do not expect war between
the United States and Red China despite menacing new'
Communist moves off Formos& and a "state of war" de-
olaration by -Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek.
Thoes officials said flatly they do not believe the
Peiping Reds "Intend to risk war with the United States."
They dded, however, the war risk would be eased if
a ceasefire wan be arranged.
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The State Department doused
cold water on moves for an In-
ter tional 6v-taypse" con-
erence that would bypass the
United Nations for "side street"
efforts to settle the Pormosan
The bebAd-We-scenes moves
were spurred by Red China's re-
fusl Thudray to attend U.N.
ceasefire talks.
Senate Bepablesan Leader
SWilliam F. Kowland mid any
father effor to get Red Ci-
J nmie delegates htre for eme-
' fre talks on FormSawould a-
moeant to a tIrreider to Com-
manist po r, -
He also dAu. ed any con-
ference that held in
t neva, TLr
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The beach, Which hos been MI

"r large s arlk net a numqor "ef ca
"ro developments may be ex- e. r .
Yedt1 mfor patrons, In addItor r thoe .i
They were reluctant to era- facilities. The galaope= of i
diet Just what the first deveop- ingwith a free hot dog and sod.
ment would be, but It was gen- csion. Beach hours are week
eraUy expected to be anang from 1 to 6:15 p.m. Of weekend
nouncement of a decision to re- be open from 9 a.
move the Nationalist garrison
from the Tachens.
Amerian :urce sod th ae aS l e
Y" oes an add at (10 Offia See S
the American have been x-
r. aa. h t.. on To Give U on View
At te-'same time Chinese Na-
tionaliste aided byu.8. military o
experts were reveaed today to
be rishu the reorceement of The Executiw qficers of Lo-
(oCean neft -naasCGCodm ca5) c 907, O(r OC-CIO Armed w
-drces Emloyes Union, an- a
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National Assemiy

Bedlam Of Booing


PARIS, Feb. 5 (tP)-The National Assembly voteW
Premier Pierre Mends-France out of office todyv ow. m
latl renovated, features a ing France into political crisis that threatened W -0t1u
and several barbecue pits European unity and brought dismay to France's "i g
sl house and Post ne flc e Mendes-France lest a vote of coefltce on bc.: a..
is beach was held this morn- IM n,
tPo arty to hlhltl:h..t the ec- North African policies bya vote of 190 to 273, iatlt .
'Yand h the beach issues were deeper than that. The vote showed a pa %-
M. to 6:15 p.m. split and torn by indecision on man matters and o'ierv^ :i
(US. Army Photo) ers said France had oce again become the'"sick mm of a
tae Department 1 .left France withn uncertain foreign policy at a .
ate Department time of crisis and coasrncertainty of France's future rft *
So En u T at,. n the western g alliance. '
S vU new I u i.realq i ,Mendes-Fran.i req-faced with ger whI.-h 1oll M
- tial enemies booe*4 oW0 jeered so If dly' he ewd 'not
Meanwhile the statementdress the boistus session, gav his i t
ent on, *sabn gton eoc Resident Rene Co#. at 6 a.m., endipg 7% month s .
id CIO cWSNaded t dfot ianct's leader.
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TC gETax.Fr 5f (.P -P0 The editor showed no sls
Ra S today n f soften s o harsh rply,
Cl"',s usacable" In de- Which m esa h stiff de-
mandlg a set in the United d that it armetly .losed
Natios- ecr ity CouidU. and the door to a eurity- Counil
ejection Of Nationalist Cinua stleiesot
before dboi.sesa eves vtt ipve," the-edt
p w- I the, .e rt
fore t t 'eath rep-

Utd Ntions.
meanwhile, Red China rained
sels on strategic Nationalist-
4Quenmoy Island just off the
Qla coast, possible Jumping
pint for an invasion of For-'
Ieliuufence reports indicated
a powerful buildup of Communr
st fotees along the mainland
tIrngti Formosa.
C2iang, in a public statement,
Vsid Formosa has entered a
"date of war." and added that
hr day for "launching a coun-
tW-attack on the China main-
anti drawing nepr."
honver. did not regard CO
I "attsk the mainla" w
sta t as forecasting any
so e 'Imminent stove by Na-
tIeafltt fones. They powhted
oat lhnr bram wemsed to
Ienidt the Duted States be-
fore aqy Ismh action, and not.
ed this country is opposed to
a Natiuonalst attack en the
mahaland now.
.A London, British Common-
ath prime r ministers were
e to riach a Formofin
eeetre thromh diplomacy or
k eneva-style meeting now
that efforts for a U.N.-arranged
armistice appear to have eol-.
t tte Deoartment spokesman
!nry Suydam aid "I doubt
ut many wh9 participated i
Nt experience the Geneva con-
ference would wish to repeat it."
11. attitude made It clear the
VI. government has no Inten-
.Ain to attend such a conferepee
ifeanwhil Nationalist souee-
L M Forms" hited totra
&akt an onnoiineenent of
daa to evacuate the Taehen
IWd.W under protection of
V VA. 71h fleet may be made
e0' "tooe many hears."
nationalist bomber. in prp~
deMn raids in the Taehen area,
,ended Communlst crn posi-
loas and shins that could Inter-
tfe with the evacuation. A
cosmmunloae said six ships were
spuk or damaged.
Matlonallet sources said the
MiUM and Americans had
bured out the last different
a the Tacehen problem apd

Yugoslav Tailor
Found Not Guilty,
f Vawancy

Af iefed with vagane
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i:at sentences for two teen.- .d and O.IO Crta rati
tIAm thes reAurr MtnMurray act
have carredaw y bccl' and upon the rnest of Local .07
dcothinfrom s alboa deM co erred wit to Deartment
c. ttie to pile up, off on art of the
S I prbaton or two other Union offwhich wersill dien affect

Th youthf"ethha, Py n y N onl
Lola IL ,'LOJps,16pnad 'Ricsrdd np-U.S. citizen employes in the
anche~ 1 were SIve da U ,Panama area, an. d which will 'be
a h ? aminstered by. the Ua.. ov-
rO -25 dayeac i l n j fil owre amn" n Istd b- -one"
ddutlo S petit l arceny .ch r eat in ts Zone op-
and w each placed on two n
years probation for two other th e possibiity fat pos-
Thei .athful Par waon. ,dent that Panama's National
c felony to O ia Plet-i Houebly will u&t favorablyn p

this wm whelonthe ne of of th e new treaty, andrv-
found guilty of nine petit lr ao
arny chrg s in the Balboa U *- cans e wants both branepIn

aype 'of Milton Halleys to know what its poitUon ar
S en from his car rked Local 907 leaders are eosttant-
3sLerda' :a.d o Balboar, e grevsmen, senators aitm on and
Involved the theft of an ash tray or.mgle ounces, becausengly to

on V alnd Jo Terr y.t may de elat those In borectly
Some o the stolen proeryeap e in of lying the treaty, and
was picked up in Panama. There ty provalwaons w do bo n hes
.have Peen a total o 15 different very beat interests of sitions are.m
tit larceny convm icons againsrkedt ploaye involved, a reon state-
he two youths recently. meant declares.

trejsts of the no -
group of the Amoed

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.es here.

I Jobs Avdailable

On PC Transfir

Vacancy Lists
A total of 11 patlo are
presently available n'h ant-
ma Canal service according to
the list of vacancies con talnd
in the transfer vacancy bullet
Issued this week by the Person-
nel Bureau.
Seven are in the clified and
related group and ot are in
the craft o tent The positions
may be fillSO transfer of eli-
gible employee and applications
should be transmitted to the
Employmetn and Utilixation Di-
Vacancies in the- following
types of work are listed in the
classified and related groups:
accountant, baker assistant, su-
perviling electrical engineer, or-
ganization and methods exam-
iner, physical therapist and su-
ervisory milk products assia-
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Contractors Hill Excavation Half Done;

Expected To flit Million- Yard Mark Soon

Both in time and amount of
excavation the Contractors Hill
project is nearing the halfway
The work is well. ahead of
whedule at present and the Te-
om COrporation, TexW, firm
which ws awarded aIe 15-
month contract late last May. Is
expected to pae the million.
mark hi cubic of material
S early this montl This
htely half of the to-
of contractors H4ll is
WkhnI te effect of the
excavating anth h la be-
4 tormne of the
ar have when the
Tevnto the slideI
hazard *ton as

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ficer, L Col. Edwin B. Jennings,
Project Manager; and L. F.
Ramer, Tecon's Superintendent
of the project.
The two officials also had an
opportunity to view the work
frta the Canal i on a launch
=i through Oelrd Cut with
Governor Sybold on the day
aftor the BoardMeetng.
The original contact for the
project was on a unit price, based
on the excavation of 2,000,000
r yards of hard rock and
N0,O6 cubic yards of soft rock
Sshale of the Cucracha for-
ation. This amount f material
W o not necessarily be removed
since the total yardage will de-
pend upon the finaslopes to
be determined.m the work prog-
After the contract we signed
and fl pl tans were met
cubIc yards of roe d V OU.W
cubic yards of Guesaha for-
mation would be rammed Tfhee
flpsW have stnes betlJncreM
eG -Dow*, became or3-a tet
alm ofr a. lmmm H ..

sped up the excavation some-
what. Most of the work up to
now has been in hard rock.
During the present dry season,
much of the excavation will be
in Cucaracha shale whlch can be
broken for hauling by light
blastln and is more easily
handle In dry weather.
The total yardage actually re-
moved up to Monday; January
24, was reported at 7T0.600 cubic
yards of rock and 57,000 cubic
yards of Cucaracha. Up until
that time the drills had bored a
total 55 mUes of holes for
For many weeks now Contrac-
orS Hill has printed a busy
scene to the spectator. The work
Is being done on two d
of ten eah. of

PaNlgareu aboard shlins

p od ri Completed.
1-, for MrI. f of iii

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suede. hatfaU for hit fgr
When be *eSArged front the
eidental palce at 0:. a.m.
endea-Franee 'said, "' don't
hide my sorrow. Vot for Jmyself
but because I believe that the
work of the lqnent was for
the od. of country."
."W1h We done w al not be
lost adwlll n useful,"
he said. "I hEoe the next gov-
ernment-whatever It is-will
succeed In the task begup."
Mendeo-Prance .came to power
June 17. 1e54, after years as a
mere warning voice in thp wil-
derness. He promised to end the
Iddochina war in 30 days and
he did A. His enemies said he
scuttled too many French in-
Iq rapid suc asson he promis-
ed home rule for Tunisia. saw
EDOC die, negotiated VZU in Its,
place, thera resigned as foreign
minister to devote his tune to
reforming the economy.
One of the reasons for his
downfall was his love of milk.
He swiffed It in public and
won the moity of the power-
ful wine askers. sig business
was frightehad by his profect-
ed tax reforms.
The uproar in the National
Assembly dtha followed his de-
feat was almost unprecedented
In French history. He strode,
trimly to the rostrum and tried
to speak-an unusual custom.
socialists applauded when he
tried to cite the record of his
Lt. Col. Jaings

Ele. President

Of DIinb PTA
Lt. Col. Edward R. Jennings
was elected president of the Dl-
ablo Hei0hts Elementary School
fPrent-Temers Assn. at an or-
aubationaU meeting at whlchI
by-laws for the newly-formed
group were unanimously adopt-I
Meeting at the Diablo 4ymi
the residents of the areas serv-
ed by the DIablo Heights school
elected Mrs. Nina Harmon. vice-
orsMldent. 4Mr. Robert L Blaney,
trmuter, M. Claudia Hall,
/c ary and Mrs. Honriette
204,4". public relations officer.
I no next meeting of the DI-
tolement ary School
eraAssn. will -be
iME Rsit 7 pjn[
J~. M the asoctatton'l
the woUan of
an Yuha in hame.

Dhe to
the ho

own party-stamped their lt
and banged an 'thlr deisk till
the noil was unbearable.
Airfly, M-nd-Framm tried
to talk djreoli s the o ftf. l
otenag pheu. The rear V
d and theo a a the d
memo he eAl
an anmaut g fte, and d
even more to the bilte i
.France. -The chamber W j
complete bedlam then. Dkes.
clanged shut and boos anld :ap-
saun@ rang from every me.
Mendes-Frmnce, followed by h
ministers, left the chamber an
it was all over.
Meanwhile in Washington,
American fficalos said -thai
thereln onstllhe ep"a very ue of re-
chance" that the Pads,, acre
mets to rearmnyGermany will
go into effect even though. the
Mendes-France oavg en ws h
Mendes-Franoubt the pas theof rnly
French premier In the laft 2
months willing to force a deal.
sion on the explosive issue of re-
arming Germany.

tion which the six governments
that signed themselves into the
West European Union last Oc-
tober have pursued steadily ever
It is conceded, however, that
they may be forced to delay so-
tion If no French government
with a positive policy on the
Paris accords is formed by the
en dot this month.
In that eoeaeetla, fflluy
hare are stqdyfng warniag
from Wet Geny that any
long deay-say, s$ a m-eh.,4

;r of llateosra thlII -
paitoe late hde W "gheaga

Th besum b su a temm that
the sa x or P. r
govrnemienat is I46 be m-
dle-of-the-road oaltbw
ly comparable to the
gime whsch fell eight ts
Presumably such a 909010010
we01 be f thqarps
to. a % w oUld pgg.
bablybe re a-
CP! Y' that alstiesV nb
SWermlar w Z
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WN AND PUlSHnD ev tU PANtAAMEICANPE Labor News "Now Where on Earth My 1e II utton? '
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PO *IX MONTHS. IN ADVANCE 6.60 13.00 m
FRn os EAR. IN ADVANC- 1o.o0 24.00 By VICTOR RIESEL .A
There Is a telephone in a small A* I
THll IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN apartment os a quiet o Boo a kll
S.It s .. astrteet which s a mighty weapon, --
H E MAL in this global cold war. I ,
H E M A IL 8rIt Is l sted and used in the
name of a Man who has refused ...
O Rto deny before a senatorial corn
mittee that he knew Alger Hiss; 1 J'1 l
HANGS AND BUCKS that he helped to supervise esps-. S
Sir, onage in the Panama Canal Zone, I
tween Secretary of the Army. Robert Stevens, and Chief of.Staff, master spy, J. Peters.
Gen. Mathew Ridgway. but don't forget my military background Th'is telephone's number is In
as the only major ever commissioned on the staff of the Gov- gersoil 2-9468. It is listed n the ired
ernor of Kentucky. name of one I. C. Velson.
eperal Ridgway, from whose acquaintahce and kindness I Velson is a very active fellow. ex ,
proflteduwhen he was stationed in Panama, is handicapped in He contacts many people-on the so
an argument with Secretary Stevens. because the present c is a waterfronts of iJoston, New York Ho
businessmen's administration in Washington for which "the best and Philadelphia, most to whom I _.
business brains n the United States" have been recruited. have Communist records. He also e
In the first place, having given his entire life to the U.S. works with a very tough Bredklyn n
Army, General Ridgway has. "never had to meet a payroll," which crowd. '
is fhe acid test of almost everything in a business administrt- Now we find that Ve son h asI
Anyone who has hadto meet a payroll knows all been ca the unlisted me t
everything and anyone who has never met a payroll doesn't e e numbe, of a northeastern
know very much about anything. That argumentn i wasfnrst iap- followers orities have this ine C et,,
plied to organized labor but now it applies to Democrats.,e pe- orae an ere is the are- m e
There elctronie's handicapped anaain as Secretary Steens has theic devices nn the past
clllyL eggheads. I push button plants Which lend M
It is true that inthe late war and n a scrimmage i n Korea themselves ts tog widt satage alls a
General Ridgway record shows that he met a great many thing womes "Der Tag." P P Ande
(as a paratroop commander for In~tance Ithat were at leas k f iIwill not mention the name ofthan
hard as meeting a payroll in the Harding, Coolidge and Hoover tnoaeastern labor leader At
crdmstratieons. He did gain some experience as the head ofo this time it wol d not be tair to al
NATO in Europe where he did an excellent lob even If ho at the hi e authormles have this in- /
tapped by the Cohn-Schgivncomedy the Am am. not oormUaon nor latere is the rec-me
There he's handicapped again as Secretary Stevens ihas theory. At least 10 times in the pse st I ..
obadvantae of Intimate associationeatn p tedinners withseven months long instance calls when
e and Dave, whoa i ao flying trip to Europe ade apparently o wereplaced atndocompleted from
record They not only silenced the Voice of Americang for a but theorythe Brookln number to the union n
off enough time from London ubs to spend over an hour at he chief's home. oin
American Embassy and wive the Ambassador not only a clean bill Sooner or later he will haveof mr
of health but a fine complement on the way he was doing his unsome explaining to do to the men *t
job. How he must cherish that' whose oincial duty It is to protect whe
SGeneral R idlway is also a bit old fashioned n apparently our secret atomic and electronic of Ha. end
Snot having Impit faith in the bigger bang fore a pbuck, theory research and prouction. T'ne labor n a
of military strategy. General Ridgway Is more concerned withtleader may have some explana-ig
buck privates than with bucks as applied to the well known filthy tion. He may not even know of r- in
luere. He Is more buck private conscious than budget conscious. these calls to his unlisted house But I
General Ridgway didn't inherit a textile fortune like Mr.number. It Is not thle function of a... L I I ,i i I -ds
which is such a great asset to the Secretary in the present argu- or to sit in judgment e e r Ull I Wa sh in t
mint % The fact Is that Irving Velson -have
There are people like Senator Symington of Missouri who did put the calls through irom the te
ame with Odneral Ridgway. Senator Symington, who has some Brooklyn phone. The fact is that o -Ande
back ound In the service of the Defense Department, doubts this northeastern labor leader has W
that enemy let planes with atom bombs can be scared out of for years been a powerful force in WASHINGTON (-NEA)-In an will missions Washington used to mosa situation was no exception. phon
the sky by waving a balanced budget at them. But Senator a group of electronic plants ex- effort to brief new congressmen on send to South America in the days Senate. For eign Relations anrd "
mnton a Democrat, belongs to the "partyof treason." perimenting with special atomic the situation in the Middle East, before World War II. There was Armed Services committees. were "go
Appnisently neither General Ridgway nor Senator Symington motors ana designing them Ior fl- the U. S. State Department set up some special American envoy on assembled in joint session In the ..gI
Sthvernal use. background briefing session for every plane or boat that landed. As old Supreme Court building In the
public relatons frms in New York andChicago, who thought up The fact is that one of these one of its exerts to ell the fresh- nee tn diplomat declared Capl toto conder the resolution. ete
"A bigger bang for a buck," may do a little of what they call plants could turn out a sky-plat- man lawmakers what it was all at the time: Some 50 reporters, cameramen, iHU
think" and come up with a slogan that will annihilate both from-a man-made staelllte or te n about. T meeting was scheduled "One mord good will mission television an radio people were Fran
COn munist Ru ia and Communist China, earth from which any city could to last one hour. you send us1 and we declare war assembled In the hall, waiti,.g for life i
I wonder just what the value of a really good slogan is in be bombarded with lethal preci- When the State Department man against you. somethIng to happen. The sessqio f the
.terms of Infantry divisions. Maybe some of a slogan experts can son. came to a discussion of relief for ran on into the supper hour. 1 t
ome it thensa some o a sloan experts ca Te fact w s that a good deal of the Arab reuees however one There has been a big delay n was getting time for the first & tem
CREDE CALHOUN sthe work in these plants is consid- womah Who'came'n ith the con- getting the 14 task force report tons of the morning papers to o arriv
KED ALHOU ered among the most secret In the gressmen arose and proceeded to to Congress from ex-President in. tate
U.S. harangue the speaker fbr 22 min- Herbert Hoover's second Conmis. Senator McCarthy isn't a pem- Scott
Trave, little can leak out from utes. No one dared to interrupt, sionon Organization of the Exiecu- ber of either committee. But Tight tant
any one worker. But any man who thinking this might be one of the tlve Branch of the Federal Gov- on time, down the main corridor Carth
Shas talked' to thousandsof thnse w congreaswome. The atermet. The first report, on',the of the nearly tolhe cl
specialists ovortw, past,' WA Wfor w aMs s t
O's^L ^ ..--- would know what is being done nn wi the et te pHle. work, was sCdme m r antthe ina
a I r == I and what is being projbctea at the After the session was over, how. It won't go up Ill mid-February., o copi s to th e series to P
plants. ever, the new congressmen them- Inability to get coagres Ia They utifully tragsmdited i, husba
l ki ) The fact is that this northeastern selves got to inquiring who this members of the Hoover co hv happened., t tran to m
City, long famous for its electrical womanwas who dared to criticize sion to go over its reports is giv. enou fosr some Mason or oheinse
works, has had in it a powerful State Department policy so open.- en as oe of the main reasons for t d 't see to get the later late I
Communist cell for decades. ly. the delay. The congressmen have editions of the papers t time. lives
The fact is that the labor leader The check-up revealed she was all been too busy on getting their of H
Involved is a sharply intelligent Mrs. Emahuel Celler, wife of the own organization In in shape. Vice President chard .. Nix- Rooe
and skilled organizer. He Is cul- Democratic congressman from Withthis initial delay, the Hoov- on now has a trophy rom in the it.
t/|/y lured and well read. He is not apt Brooklyn and a leading Zionist er Commission will have to send Capitol. This Is l addition to his 'n
S)) to be deceived. What then is tne She had slipped into the meeting, to Congress one report a week in vice presidential suite back of theof Tr
S explanation for these telephone uninvited. order to complete Its ob by May Senate Chamber rostrum, and te find
Scales over the months from this 31, scheduled date for it to out suite he has assigned to him for rut, s
SI l'/ Brooklyn operative named Velson. Just how much Interest the of business. An extension time is staff in the Seaste Office Buld- n th
SThis telephone of Velson's reach- United States has in Chiang Kai- will probably have to be asked for. ig. re
es out in many other directions. shek's Republic of China govern. The trophy rooo is P-S1, a hard- on th
SHe calls certain members of -the ment on Formosa is indicated by I One of the standing acts news. to-find big room on the second Denpa
Philadelphia waterfront independ- a Nationalist Chinese news release men on Capitol Hill have come to floor of te. Capitol, referred to wll j
ent Longahormen's Union, with saying that 460 high American offi. expect is to see Sen. Joseph R. as. "the floor." Into this room the out o
whom he is plotting- to capture lcals had visited the island in the McCarthy of Wisconsin muscle Ia Vire President has put some of the of A
Vital loading locals. past year. Among them were Vice- on an important story. He's a gen- trophies of his trip around the be "a
SJ \ He has called officials of the President Nixon, Secretaries of lus at it. He knows just when news. world. In the
notoriously pro Communist United State Dulles, Defense Wilson, and paper editions go to press for There is a set of gold spoonp send
S/ Electrical Workers Union in Army Stevens; foreign aid chief morning and evening. His timing from Sydney, Australli, a silver
/1 \\ den and Newark N J. He has call.- Stassen, Admirals Radford, Stumn is perfect on stepping out of a vase from Iran, a set of model
/ D l ed a Ted Smorodin, in New Jersey and Pride Generals Clark, Hull, closed meeting--or intoone-in an Indonesian houses in'iefver fll-
1'at least 12 times. My records Taylor and Bolte. effortt to provide a bulletin or new gree, a set of ceremonial gavels '
S show Smorodin as an official of This average of more than one lead on a running story, mounted on the wall, and a num-
the United Electrical Workers. visiting U. S. official a day to For.-! President Eisenhower's special ber of original cartoons on his
Velson has telephoned United mosa is reminiscent of all the good message to Congress on the For- career-the nice cartoons, that is.
Electrical Workers headquarters in
V r-s '* some eastern cities. *
!- es 01ir. I'M.* ,A** .He has contacted a Jules Aber- n | II & m
-------um. cauph, a jeweler by trade In Phila- fltD
delphia. Abercauph, on Oct. 12, ..
,"F no hinM t 4 get a raise In pay, and suddenly you two 1952, refused to deny under oath 1
gent had a thing to wear" I before a congressional committee
.. .... .... ..... ,that he was a Communist party .,- ....
''" .. ..... -. --"- member, -
-- ...Velson is a busy man on the BROADWAY BEACON too happy with this production" ... Faye Emerson goes to the gym
!1 Answer t PIa is Puzln telephone-he spends much time I What is a sextness? Enjoy Hilde- regularly so that a curve will not
Gu n a IA r&lla I \ l] callingg certain farms and resorts Makes you wince to see Sinatra garde Neff's boy-Joy In "Holiday become a bulge ... Italy's film
W ... .. I i W lSin New York. and Doris Day billed above Ethel I orHenrietta," afilmFrenchie... biz is whiz g. Produced 10
-I -- ,, ,r .. w f-1 ~I Velson rolls up quite a phone Barrymore in "The Young in "The Desperate Hours," due to flickers last year. ... The tune
| Ba0M4MDOWN f-1 bill. And pa) s it. Lou. Yet Brother Heart" movie. Me, anyhow ... challenge drama critics, clicked as called "A Little Boy's Prayer" f
| ---^. j,, Velson has a very modest income The "superfluous-adjective" award a novel. And the movie version was plays the heartstrings. It manages
3 -aa lr-"--- of his own. Where does this man goes to Time mag's description of completed last week. Quite a feat to keep its sentiment honest ..
|,S ,*- 5 o o .. ln activity-and trave, tuc" Marilyn Monroe as "blonde and d... Add scoops: There's a fair and "'The Pajama Game's" succesufi
4i-g wmker But there's little sense question-1 well-rounded" ... Cameras never sunny stripteaser named Tempest treasure-hunt is making many
As ? 3Figuhaot [ing him. We'll get as much satis- focused on anything more exciting Storm ... Teresa Brewer's platter folks happier. Audiences-a won
S*r ___ -r Ha I faction as federal probers did when than the color shots of jets zoom- of "What More Is There to Say" is as its 133 backers ... This Is ele-
U 4 Obeure Mi Mir B'they asked Velson if he was chief' ing and diving in "The Bridges of worth a whirl ... Debra Paget de- gance: Imogpne Cocae has a eat
and---- I amou assistant to a Soviet master spy, i Toko-Ri" flicker ... Esther WI-I dlared: "I spend as fast as I earn." named the Marquis de Carabasu.
UIS--ea J _gisheal ool 'ar 'Peters, in placing Communist par liams' upcoming splash, "Jupiter's Save your money, lady. Wheel (Now there's a eat putting on the .
SMAie .W.. i Wzetlei ty members In the armed forces.1 Darling," spoofs the movie spec. chair-pushers only do it for dough. dog. Meeeooowwwwt) ... In Ml-
a letryeams. Strike 5cmnter \ 41Uncloes' Velson took the Fifth Amend-Itacs ... Blot machines offer su- ami Beach the headwaiter at Place
temnd 8Ventures 26 Kind of nut 4$AuldLang ment-rehfused to answer on the perinor odds over the theatre: The City Center Is producing 4 Pigalle is Sam Barken, who owns
ole Spoke7 SUkrainlanuity ground that he might Incriminate Since 1900 (a Satevepost essay shows on a $200,000 budget. The the property! The show there is
heioun -S 10 FUny 28 Hang 48 Painter Grant himself. I notes) only 115 shows have had 530 advert budget alone for the "Vera all-Jewish entertainment (Place
i iNa lShi2oural U Arthur's 'I What goes on in this country, or more performances ... A mov. Cruz" movie totaled $500,000 Plgalle???)

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W y. ato rpldae that ft thoe Cl
S w She writing a 40
h ncy of Go*- n this, but strangely ti rpo
eis ean mI She s mad
in September-dour 2
IAnyway she a4W a u 1* Wan
NIGOTE M CONRACTS her husband wo was S to
cretary. of Commerce Weeks, Paris on aviation business. Sep
K 6Mend of big business ln the tember, incidentally, is vaecti&
ower i Administration, ha time and a wonderful time of. ear
Y killed the extremely 1m- to be In Paris!l
mat Renchtlaton. Act which-
ets the t m ,ait d. BsM .EBS-IN-LAW N --:
Againstdo. PA OLL.-After 18
tie gove ent to t weover civil s rvi ,. ,3
S profits *om de seo son oc, regional wese %
a who wG fonuM to be tractor for the BuM ,_fIg
Sthep e. Management got
ever, he act expired on from Salt nLak6 City.-a, (ty In
31. In the past. when it ex- which he had worked or. a many
I, President Truman askdyears and in which his family ha
press to renew it Immediately.' Igr"W up. As a grade IS civl
this time Secretary Wee servant, Mock is supposed to. be
l a secret memo to the White roted from such abuse b6w-
A urging that the law he ever, Seremtary of the Interior Me.
-ped. y o-stant naggingA, Kay told him to move anyway.
Is finally gt hs wway. e 'Tust to make sure .h'd move, they
e House has uletly discarded also threatened to deoite him.
Renegotiation Act. Mock took the hint, resigned.
as af s that defense eontrae. It then became pparent- why
can now collect from thl Gov.'he was be pshd out. Apla
ment if their costs ru n hIger ed to his pMe was the brot
expected. But the government in-law of Senator Wealker of idaheo
rn will not be able to coect -Nal D. Nelson. For four year,
contractors if their costs run' elson ad been an office hy
r. than expected. This willfr -the man who s called the
Millions more out of the nlJior Senator cCarthy." Wti
Ayerspockets only 90 -dorm In the Interio De-
yp poe. artnpt, a was given t Z s
MILY AIR RIDES Robetrcatelob of handling land man.
rson,the efficient and gen. agement In -four western states
, thoug deputy secretary with- headquarters at Salt Lake
efens flew hi eldest so, City. N .'. 7
s, to WlUiams College, Mass., ,, .MA I... N.
defense Department plane U.N. NAVSw SOUT AWe-A
he first entered school. The J sMa Rabb, pw -
e was that the boy had two elra .i ._w aths h..
s to carry and the plane was House, has .pn busy piekl up
to Alb N., on a reg. after the airplane Carrier Mliway
to Albany. ,Y.,oa ..... ... way
u anywa This wa, r. visited South Africa, the most seg-
t dont-'t rlokttoh tou roegatedo ati-Nero nation la the
of otser bo whoa cant get world. It has Ven strict Navy
lane which to & to policy for some time to avoid s.-
o- even though they m negated countries; 1o Max had
two trunks lso. They qultes job poking ip after the
ranks on the train. A r the Iavy's bad boner. ,
son family got to Albany, First, Max called In Ethel Payne
deputy secretary of Defese nf the Chicago Defender and Alce
d an air base -commander Dunigan of the Associated Negro
found another plane that was Press to explain that the visit of
g near" Willanms Collegeas the Midway actually had bein a
matter of routine." This com. od demonstration to the South
d the trip. Arcans of how non-mgregated
democracy works. The South AfrL
SBAND AND WI HOPS- cans had b en able to come
ces Knight, who in private aboard the Midway, he said, and
l Mrs. Wayne Parrish, wife see how white and egro sailors
a publisher of American Avis. shared the same quarters.
turned up in Paris last Sop- A couple of hou after Rabb' w
Rr at the time her husband explanation to Negro reporters, he
ed Miss Knight works for the had the Navy put out exactly the
Department where she's same explanation later inspired
MeLeod's rightshand assis- a story in the New York Times.
and.a contact of Senator Mc- Real fact was htowger, that
y. Sope State Department when American kegroian other
ils dth ribe her ias, Mcar- non-white sauors wea -shore In
"le "' Soth Afdca
i Knight's eame for going to vit on ily u i,
aris at the same tme her areas, and Negre per *.!'WA
ad did is that she wanted ordered to mingle only .
ike a sudden "dive bomb" groes.
iatn of the American Cons.a This was arranged in advanee
there. Some co s, she be. by Capt. R. D. Hogle, captain of
,ane ptill displaying pictures the Midway, In operation with
arry Truman ad Franklin the American ConsuL It was In
velt and she wants to stop direct contradidiop of previous
Navy policy worked out uader
Paris Ahe found no pictures Truman that the U. S. Navy ouM
human and FDR but she did not visit ports or countries where
a picture of the City of Bel- seamen could not be treated alike
yria; that there was no flag regardless of creed or color.
l room where passport visas Note-Actually there were only
utued; and that no rug was about 00 Negroes on the carrier
e floor-due to a tight State out of 600 non-whites. The- other
rtment budget. Miss Knight 500 were Filipinos and Americans
low try to take some money of Japanese descent. All were
f the already restricted Voice segregated, which U. S. diplomats
merica budget so there can felt was not the best thifl to h4p.
rug on the floor and a flag pen just as the Afro-Asan. con-
A passport roem. She will also ference to stop communism is
a picture of the Grand Can- about to get under way.

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S1 I M rirLatin Aimerican Market As Important i ane given lab Strategui d

S UN-0CE To US As European-Dr. Eisenhower For Mralne ShipI B hti
Ltin A as .a are -t f- Headache Research Iron Curain
'.e Af s DLLA T, Tex., Feb. 5 (UP). dootrination behind the Iron NEW ORLEANSeb. 5 (UPCKHLM .
in Atae tas elle m agghp. I r wb@ tin Ameris u a. market forlmrtin. /NE.~w,.. ORLEANS,; Feb. 5..LUP)-- 8mrKaOIsm, rkfo. 5 UP
'SL Ammon W" PAcnc aSD our exportsa Ms Important to He said that in his judgment A mllonaire LouIslana ou 0 -A Swedish newspa '
g iSS1ebWew Of so b k S this country s all of urope. Dr. the great test opportunity to laboratory that will mountdn0 fra today strategic S aipp
Oa H~l.M u. fi 7- MMM Is n. l- A *****In Atherican affairs, aid to- of Latin America Is in the econo- he wa dcloe Tlane Mamo dens free por
as to slaT !-oI." A nl i sntoitl -es Ass so May eep galn, Building No. IM> q.t." night. mic area. The l atth uln Malmoe.
SAT w .n. .ar e S o w ... : ,t n School of Medicine Is bellevedl to
.. SDr. lnhower, who also heads mendaton here was that the the on e of ilts kind 1n the The caroot ered h
s g -r th oo i M t a g.s .... i, ......11..... Penn tate College, reviewed nited Statdes adol t and adhe Latin l ta world of the common oade4 athe rede. e.
..... .. s p.hi. w mlaA to LatAin ei Amer which possesses stabilty agent receives export cene
._.. will mion to Latin America In and a minimum of mechanisms
.. Mian. W....................3: 19.3. in_ an addrbe before the nmittni tmpos n of n W. C. Feazel of Monroe. La., from the Swedish Government,.
gacgvhf ... Dallas Council on Worlds Affairs. creased tariffs ors h a ormer US. senator, made the another chartered ship arrive.,
B & Se.n r. MA gq I. a a. B d mty .,__.GTrade between this country said. rant to establish the laboratory takes the goods aboard -and sail
S* i d. T Ma S --I IS." & 1 6US.A arO.,N B...ODMAN and the ten South American re- T o because his daughter. Lallaeee east, most often to a Pols port.
Sune da mny Mm.s:?.0:* s-oo u .- pa Sunday i n No.1. :3 publics amountsto billion operationhen s thufferised n recent yearsthis I M.a .M.. CA 1:00. 1:1aith0MA..'. P 1 dollars annually in each direc- flow only from adherences to h acute migraine and seclal- Dr. John Patterson of the T
C. L and to-u0 p L u o 5. 0eacnhi nf m .pna....50ein...Sunr. aenhow er id .......... consistenteconom ests have been unable to give lane Department of Medicine
,~ r to&=p., r- ...... befo re OF....P 0...0L. ,vn .1 i Co m a market for our exports honorably and continuously ob- The aboratorv to be de c head the taff
Sa ioF M Mrd a l s. ...s / .C ms d 1,0 .om BN nth). r.t -d to US a all of iEurope, and more rd." ed tomorrow, will be operated on Feazel. who built a fortune
C1 uatechm elass: after the .05 ma .... S.. FORT AM Cathlic important thaui Asia, Africa, and a clinical basis for care and from wildcat operations n gas
nn an id Hh School ud Club pm t Man .................... 7: Oceania combined" he said treatment of migraine sufferers, and oil exploration said he was
Sorrtto w a ................... : "As a source o our Imports, UUMIan n s But Its primary purpose will be establishing the laboratory be-
_. a m.i-smc _______ lA -M iilse a ry ............. 7- he other American republics to uncover the cause of ml- cause *oo effective relief has tv
S M. : s:55. 7:30 i .. W .. ....... .oo have greater importance than House TA Ri gralne. of which little Is known, been found for migraine.
... oly bay ma: 5:5 a.m. and 5:00 HoI m ........P u.S. AW HOSPITrL Europe or the other continents. NMUw To igumu
H ol.. a.-and :0' -.. I, D al, ,,y, e I.. . ....,
p .. tdorOU to 1:00 and TRNew ORR Sundan a Mass......... 5.130 amdi7:45 And of course the United States
7wuPse Isto Thursay before First s Then. AMUtn A. Cookn Pastor iCO is Jut ential to the asa atin rke for
a-Sa c-d t ad :1 a .6theirimport s." m WASHINGTON,. Feb. (UP- THEIn SAVINGS BANK
CaAtebpsm.CRoada. .a yt.4.49 P.M. u maAn11 :00C B iah= 5:0 Rep. Clare E. Hoffman tR-
Ausel ;6..::....410 *- o Pe o ou..I. o.r 3niaanA-mC. u on Ma iC.. .......o.... ,ao Dr. Eisenhower said one of the Mich.) wants the House to build
..U. MalDay-am at .io,. [ e Pa p....... N aaI 14 urgent recomm endation he a bigger restaurant because heInstituioaranteed by the State
ra- .ch .- a*turChy to And rew w ALBROO An ...ORC AS. .4 p. aSouthAmerican countries while waiting for a table. ays 2% Intrt Annually on Savins Account
Officers F .claw:.Saturday1:30'-to Ifran wlma "awi '"'"" ....WBP....... ....m was that we increase greatly the
6:. I.- R lyam Sin I w church choo ................. p.m. visits of leading Latin Americans. Furthermore, he wants It to
-..Ea. e.a : 0-i WVf__. J 24mU d'-*Ps,-lals. miy0 __ I ao.I ATANTC ..8I L ,..... .otther. | h |a| t I i
G.A 6 .JM i0 PAL.rI may P 1.C0 NmL_. LiIrc.ueir .-psayr.......including -ab l 0 /operate at a profit, even in ifltI
as aydnsla s a .:0 am n d saAmn Tam. AnANm l United, t .es t means the lawmakers have to I rI ILS IT $.
M. -: to <.. nd SW. n Si 'f -p'.,m. FoT iD u" I .am glad to say that our ef- pay more for their meals. The
aSrC: da 3:- to M ......... 0 forts of s type havb en pe nt restaurantcoperates atna We make loans with guarantees on first mortar
Catechi.m a ........ ,creased more than loss with the taxpayers making
pMo. Lda s :00 p.m T'L p. am C OA 1: cent," he said. "The number of up the difference. or other securities.
Con Sarua h fldd ,Sr.1a: S sunda school..O............ technicians and labor leaders Hoffman, who has no pockets
C .on astrucem: .Thursday 1at worship .............. ,. trained each year in the United in his trousers and Is some- and $ -
SP. hurch Time Nursery.......... 10i:0 States has increased from 560 to thing of a maverick n Republ--
_aEW S M .. .. .. ..-s'. IETU--.Pni_ ,ca..y s.t. U,. church Ca l about 1,500." can ranks, told a reporter the
S6 .m. IT A8John S pear. Prlnes in Chuarc FORT DAV Dr. Eisenhower said some Ia present restaurant is too crowd-

.E K ... ea -- --n ...Pr.....PU AY e. Dal Mass. ............... :30 that many trawe uno .n ta were cent meal. o e
"s a"a s I f- t 6 : 0 0 a n d P3: 0 a m ) S u n d a y s .. _. . .. 1 0 : 3 0 a F t M a . :-a t S e e x p e n se u n d e rg l o in g -Th e m e oc n ,a I o,
wisSc000o01om NAVAL atdSovietaunderggTAT supposed to be valuable and
i ....................M .6 a :0p. to 0r.M.pef- -SundaySchool......... p.3.......:.. ."c
s .... f.t IrcU ST. MeidNvna -and E t- oly Commu ton ......... 0 p.m to ths........... alr l I ... el sta nding around t n the dining room
s .. m ri s Uon of e : S..Cro: FrIday : n.m n prayerd.........7:0. p.m co.o r.....- ,.:30we a d has c caused his colleagues to"hi Id iv safe
CSatuehism clam: Ata te1:90 mUadNsMOAS OCdyMasut(Condienpedosrtsageoobutljusts

o..ArS "" cattdisd m ca m: a:rto ls p. s;. Pf cm .. cUcH or T N AZAxN Joke Benny's latest teevee merri documents, in 4 different 6lizpms..
Crvl. Suday.H I eS'A Y. .. .S. IS.I ,pnd a. UN ATSUon Spea in cP r, ISiet h c z ments weSe Benny at his erri He added that "nsufficient-
:. rns.... DMA....... .a.* e C Pra.yerI s, t ndSermon 7:00p .m. Box .nn C.SSaturdayo 02 ... "ht Tsen All Together" fell produce a bal gainent for a new OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON BRANCH:
S _-..... :_, _*. _o an wrBT W.. A SAE.;_ Morning prayer and Church School 8undy Schoof ........... :45 a.m. apart in Boston. The ow folded and bigger restaurant. He said,.-,, .,, .- ,.
-- .M .'".... T--I wei: D MM: -' .JM*., _t .i.m. __ X Bw oe .......... _:3 pii Maril,,y Monroes lok hl whe, made i d-orisme n ig i n ought dinin g ro of- 4 w.
*r ..d. a tdST. Sa rt TrA ,y .: :00 .m. Holy ptommunion 0 pm. N. .. 4 .......... .m flash ppearncmillio-doll a v ot ark 435th congressmen, their
Salvation Army ,"m I "o" **a; *-, ,:Wl&DNESDA n u U p.:AI I yT 8c7 oP".Result: A baf-dosee studios began lgueats and staff facing the 0. A. De ROUXI CARLOS MOUYNES V,
w w aw I conf-slon.: 1:30 to 4-,3 Bad 7 _00 to Hv Cam__muoon 7:.. I _d P.nam* R.P. 3rd Streewtl. t bidding for her She ignd washWi.rtton Monument across ,,, t,-M,.am.
S:o p.m. on .S.a-!w.. I n+ DAYx ..... n. w aO, MCihtc e ai 7-year contract with one of them he ca l'used his colleagues to Individual ame mall.
o D- _..- a--louna y an o : Ia mId. Holy Co nux l., .iary .2 i n ........... i:. It demonstrates the powa o ""I' not going to vol e sor any oUR :
S mthSan on Iaundy. A;. sCA...f ...........:. 0 pmid p.m beauty Doris Das quermillion.. more o these hotels or restau-
ATA C es Clam: 3:3 ao 5W F TE.N Ae at Jok B y's wl att t.eev e e rS3 tdoc ment.uBIn.4 get thdia -erent... i es A ...
aR ee a .M. eau H SP ii a selves ue a vreaot mi S aptr PinanC,' he B r .
1u vad el- THBW-L B tB '.toi ---- "-"(No.) Warming up about his prob- "ATUBDAl, Sr :01 au. tW AI. M ..
v. o S oWeb. o. .o D v: ps:00. T*. pNm l UD cO eds UNamS .." George Abbott s prose sketch in noted that House members cr wd OFFICE IN PANAMA
S ach:T M S 3 L S Morn i Payr andSer ho ol U nda C- a a 02n,.er rs.u-t........... 52,a

ot tale.. ThuWsAy4 bere rMa 1p0m.. Ch:0 ; a t C r _o. Worsh i. .. 1 the SEP, authored by M. Zolosow, b behind the seat of a Holleagued
20A S i nrayh M ..... : ST. -: pm ._ E aLy. _Ymo ._ oid. enrayer ay w-h sotreses his numerous show clicks w o loos as f he m tobuildght be a-"I"S .
LA,^ 5W f i ac.rt in wm.: 7:00 p.m. e ln M1:0da UL w 8 ei Caglm h P.t gr..B I WS On_ 10 e photo, however, shows him bout finished eating.
sut. covrt as: *:M pjn. ea Thuad A sunder nii oe l directing one of his rare flopaloo "I certainly never finish a n ....
min 11 di g ro I. -- /hb -d S-- n..- as .~- m Primary and Prit- as: This searf rSevived t"On mer." he combined. "With IIJl
Fi a demSo. First ri-- n:6: wn" Mol tu n m pm.Mr.s.sA0 .Your Toe.s ... ... Stud-la hnas someone breathing down mce.y W ao S the ttme-tested w *
0 a F. .. .i c.. b n 5a Sdgp-.R esu a dAoug estu islet thge other staff facing the 0. AeARdt downs"f n y r t d A
Sa ? l, vation .m.acuBy- Fri"da H"oyCa the F federal Governmena lEAMM.? s'* ED
6:C00 pm. on fui n d:8t 430aV.MrCeAlO7evu lea l e contract with one of them
.IbmWAS tipm. Ciino ....laDAYSSALSm .....3:30 sm. It demonstrates the powr of"I'm not going to vote for any

Id __ LL s na _F i d .Soly r o .......... : p. r lbeautyd -.- Doris Day query: more of these hotels or restau-d Op

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Alnce Sen Joaseph McCarthy dealing with the CIA did not af Ta D t A
(R-Wie.) charge d las year it feet his recommendation for. a ,.
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" of the wor R- pe-rmant Senate-Houe a--
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Communist lIn ration was con- over the agency.
cerned. In introducing hisblU, Mans A
Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.) field said there was no way lot
said existence of the sub-con- Congress to check up on the
mittee and other subcommittees hush-hush spy agency.

Takes Off. Vertically.
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NIAGARA FALLS. N.Y., Feb. feet in the air, the craft cl
5 (UP) Bell Aircraft Corp., come almost to a halt, turn a
long one of the nation's leading round by means of Its compress
experimental laboratories for air ed air controls and head bam
flight, came up with another re- the way it came.
evolutionary model today a jet,
propelled vertical rising airplane President Bell said. "Wi
which takes off and lands with- operational aircraft of this typ
out a runway. military flight operations can I
President Lawrence D. Bell de- conducted right In the field i
scribed the principle involved as the same way our helicopter
"the most significant single de- operated in Korea "
development in aircraft flight since
the Wright brothers." For instance, a military con
'mander could place tactic;
Unlike the' "tail sitter" type.I planes much closer to a front
the Bell VTOL vertical takeoff line area. No long runways f(
and landing) is thrust into the takeoffs or landings, nor specie
air from a horizontal position by ground-handling equipment an
twin vertical jet engines, much crews are needed.
in the manner of a man exerc-i
ising pushups. I Practical use of the principle
Once in the air. the turbojet' however, may be several year
engines, each delivering 1,000; way.
pounds of thrust, can be swivel-i
ed to a horizontal position for t .m lm
forward flight. JSubCOimuitUee
Still In its early test stages. the
Bell VTOL incorporates a glider TA
fuselage, a commercial Ught |o Watch Over
plane wing and a hellcooter,
landing gear. It weighs about ush-Hush
2.000 pounds, stretches 21 feet Hu n- 1ush IA
in length and has a wing span
of 26 feet. It carries only a pilot. WASHINGTON. Feb. 5 (UP) -
In the making for 18 months,,The Senate Armed Service
the craft was rolled out in Jan-iCommittee today named mem
uary 1954 for pilot famillariza-,bers-of six subcommittees, in.
tlon. It made its first free flight 'cluding one to watch over tiW
Nov. 16. More than 30 subsequent hush-hush Central Intelligenci
flichtis have conducted. ;Agency.
So far, the craTt hasn't risen
more than 10Of feet off the, Sen. Richard B. Russell (D.
ground in test flights. Nor have Ga.), Committee chairman, said
the twin jet enginees been swiv-1the subcommittee on the CLI
eled to a horizontal position forwill '-keep in touch with the op-
forward flight at a high rate of erations" of the government's
soeed. Theoretically. however. top intelligence outfit and servi
the plane with its jet propulsionlas a "channel for liaison" be-
is capable of super-sonic speed .ween it and Congress.
One of the most interesting
aspects of the new craft is the Russell said the armed services
manner in which control Is subcommittee on CIA held secrecy
maintained while gaining air hearings during the past year
speed. He gave little information on lt!
future workings, except to say it
A reaction control elects com- "undoubtedly" will hear Gen
pressed air from nozzles at the Mark W. Clark, head of a Hoov-
wingtips and the tall. providing er commission "task force" now
pitch, yaw and roll When suf- studying CIA operations.
ficlent forward speed is attained.
control reverts to conventional Members of the subcommittee
ailerons, rudder and elevators, will be Russell and the top-
Tests have all been at low ranking Republican and Demo-
speed and operation resembles crat on the full committee-
that of a helicopter. Sens. Leverett Saltonstall iR-
Once thrust into the air, the Mass.) and Harry F. Byrd (L)-
pilot gains forward motion by Va.,
tipping the nose of the plane
downward slightly. There has been renewed inter-
Even at low speed and only 100 eat In the intelligence agency


eastfag General garg For;
Sailings: Every Fifteen Days for:
Houston and New Orleans
Sallings: Every Ten Days for:
New York Philadelphia Baltimore
(G0.l Vessels eU at VERAC0 X ansd TAMPICO
(MEXICO) every weeF )
Wilford & Mckay, Inc.
T aI ie Bildlan, Crtlstbal, C. Z.

New York Service Arrives
.S. "JUNIOR" .......................... ..........Feb. 7
S.S. "MATAURA" ................................Feb. 7
B.S. "BYFJORl D .................................. Feb. 8
S.S. "PARISMINA" ............................... Feb. 14
S.S. "VINDEGEEN" ............................... Feb. 20
A Steamer...........................................Feb. 21
B.S. :"IN JOSE" ........... .. .,,....... Feb. 21
.8.. 'TAPANM.'.,
B.S. "CHOLUTECA" *...".. ........March 7
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal te. New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ......................$240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ,.. .$270.00
To Seattle ..................... 36500


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M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) ......Feb. 28
S.S. "CUZCO" ..................................... Feb. 1I
S.S. "TARIM A" .................................... Feb. 16

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*S.S. "YAQUE" ...................................Feb. 12
S.S. "AVENIR" ...................................Feb. 19
S.S. 'MORAZAN" ................................Feb. 19
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ...............................Feb. 26
B.S. "MABELLA" ..............................March 2
S.S. "MATAURA" ..............................March 4
*A Steamer .................................. .. March 5
S.S. "LOVLAND" ..............................March 10
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Van Johnson Fred MacMurrmy "HOUSE BY THE RIVER"


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plains to Mrs. Willard Seymou
decorating native bateas. Kno
Panama." Mrs. Gruber present'
Fort Clayton Officers Wives Clu
ried to Cpl. Victor F. Gruber, "1
Fort Clayton, Canal Zone. He
with the Engineer Section. Dia
to ArraiJan where it is open to
Left to right: Mrs. Harry S. Tub
Commanding Officer, Fort Clay
President of the Wives Club. N
dent, Diana, and Mrs. Willard
the Fort Clayton C

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e l'fil T faay afternoon
col Mrs. Arias entertained
Criatobal-Colon otas
Enjoys Old Timers' Day
Old Timers Day at the Cristo-
bal-Colon Rotary Club proved to
be one of the most interesting pro-
grams which has been enjoyed re-
cently. Four were present w h o
have been sn.mbers for .15 years
or .over. Harry Eno, Tony Taga-
ropulos, August Campbell and Ju-
lio Sales.
Apgust. Campbell descr I b e d
gome of the Club's Activities in
the late thirties, while Jullo Soles
took the period hmedufiately pre-
ceeding. It remained for Harry
Eno, o.lest active member to re-
eall ewies back to 120 when
th Club was organized.
T 'club was formed by Louise
Phllps Ralph Ohburn, H. Sterns,
Jerold kBlls, Charles Landis, B.
Kelso, J. Henriquez, Dr. Taylor
and others. Frank Scott, Sr. re-
cently deceased was the first
club president. they met in the
first Strangers Club, moved to the
present club when opened, and the
Strangers Club has been the home
of Colon Rotary during the entire
period of its existence.
The roster of the membership
during the years has'included out-.
standing professional, business, po-
ltie'al and civic leaders from the

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fa 900 10 M I HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Uncov- family. She and young Robinson
ering Hollywood: Grace Kelly's are living apart.
chopsticks were crossed-she was -
Mrs. sAhelbl fired handling them expertly dining at There's a Suppressed Desire
By IAW Board l ti he Beverly Hills Luaq-but she Shop In Beverly Hills. It figurepl
Mrs. H. D. Scheibla, a long time laughed, "I'm not even keeping -
Isthmian now living 4h Henoerson- my fingers crossed" when I asked Joanne Rio and Liberace have
vmle, N.c., was honored on Thurs- her what she thought of her Os -been having telephone conversa.
day at a special meeting of the car-winning chances. tions, but their wordage is nothing
board of directors of the nter A- Hollywood expects a photo finish to get excited about
merican Women Club. between Grace and Judy Garland
Mrs. Scheibla was a leading spir- come March, but Grace doesn't- JUDY HOLLIDAY will return to
it in founding the club eight years -I don't expect it and I'm not movietown for her "Solid Gold Cs-
ago. counting oa It," she added. dillac" film assignment still being
She complimented the current She was dining with her Holly- Mrs. D a v id Oppenhelmer. The
leaders on the expansion of their wood agent before returning to marriage, despite all the talk about
atiitti. andi made a number of ..-. .I--Al- -.

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A--..... ..-1.. .a wW -n matterr a 2.-nour movie- a divorce, is still as solid as Judy's ROBERT E. ANDERSON, son II
suggestions for new policies and town visit. Her next flum for MGM talent. d OBE E. ANDERSON, son
projects. is still undecided but the choice is son of Mr ad Mroito, Anderecent-
hers -"I'm r e a d in g several A midget who once laughed it lybeen assigned to the U.SS.I
Among the prime purposes of scripts." She returns in March. up in vaudeville with Sophie Tuck. M on A o 1 e n s
the club are the furtherig In. "i have s plans for marriage," er is working in Danny Kaye's Minotaur, A. R. L. 15, now sta-
ter-Amnerican relations, social wel- was her Icy comment about that "The Court Jester." Danny refers attended C r rlsto b a High
fare work and the promotion of blazing romance with Oleg Cassini, to him as "The Last of the RedSchoolented Cristobal High
the exchange of American cultures. said to be frowned upon by her Hot Mid ts." Third projectSeptember 1954. He received
-rll a wealthy Philadelphia pop. for Erro Flynn in his six-picture his boot tra at Bainbridge,
THEai Ct RaOS Y A s s partnership with Herbert Wilcox id o. I
maeda At Balboa IYI THE CROSBY CLAN' issued a Is the completion of his ill-fated M_____t d n
A class in Creative Writing will polite denial of Frank Sinatra's "William Tell." He's dropped $100,-
meet at the' Balboa YMCA-USO statement to reporters in Australia 000 of his own money on the proj-
beginning Monday. that his daughter, 14-year-old Nan. ect, I hear. Mickey JO e III
It will begin at 7 p.m. In the cy, and Bing's youngest son, 17. -,--
UBER, (fteond from right), ex- second floor classroom. year-old Lindsay, are in love. Mona Freeman about her onA ls 2nd al
r (right) her unique method of The course will last approximate- But there was nothing polite, I the-beach love scene with Tab Hun.
iwn the world over as "Diana of ly 10 weeks. Military personnel or can assure you, about what Bing ter in "Battle Cry":1
d na display and lecture to the civilian personnel from the Canal said about Frankie from his St. "I'm s t I wondering how It
rb' oattery, 7 h t nJ re invited to attend. uNothing polite, either, about Col- passed the censors even-after we
Y, Battety, 764th&AAABattalion, reinvitedtomattend.Nopa cutli Katheyn Grant's com- cleaned up the dialogue." NEW YORK, Feb. 5 UP)
ias stationed sme co ad Clarence True HOnored meat about a printed report that Short Takes: Clark Gable's now Oleo heir Minot F. IMickeyp
na visitors rent n e r At Retirement Party she had announced her engage-, dating Susan Hayward.... There's JelkP 11 left by plane :or Mia-
bbs, wifesi of r oI.HaIrry S. Tubbw Profess!nal associates a n d ment to Bing during an overseas i plenty of life in the old boy yet ml today tc "wind up some per-
rIon, Canal o mn4 sl~ Honorary friends Qf Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G. entertainment tour. red Astaire leaps overIsona hisr"eforealnMaopen-
r Johl Dooley ,w lub Pra- H. True met on Wednesday at Fort "It's not true andI'm mad as eight kettledrums in "Day n ing of his second trial March 7
Semour, Pr Chairman of Amador Army and Navy Club for bell about it," bled Kathry, Legs." Alan Young just ba on procuring charges.
r Wives Club. a dinner to celebrate Mr. True's who, recently changed her name from Europe'."TM Yngs tba
fcerretirement from the Panama Can. from Kathryn Grandstaff. b m uro "Things aren't so Jelge and his attorney, Arthur
o al Company. Sixty pedsons attend She's a former Paramount star- I o fore e ,,r R. SteliJes, said they wouid be 'n
,- ed the occasion. let. Bing dated her a couple of or g cars." ... Miami "four or five days." Stell-
I OF DIPLOMATS Designing Engineer Frank H. times about a year ago. Jes said Jelke is "studying in
O. DesIrwin spoke briefly on Mr. Trues -- hopes of getting a commercial
Aras de Arias Irwin spoke with efly ce Eon r. Tru The Ingrid Bergman Kurt pilot's license and hopes to get a
J" jjnAlaa4a rbu t4r -.starrer *Febr jobMas 11plk*"
at*her ee, "a Lon. True' sfint emnPloymet i lmed Muni, Is another S e'1ra l .
Sin 1915, was before Mr. had hncial eye-popper from Roberto General Sessions Judge Prancia
alwany been -epresented' at con- known of the Panama Canal. Rossellini. The picture was made L. Valente. who presided at Jel-
l veisos of otarys-internaue Mr. John Hollen, chief, execu- for 300,000. Not a single set was's first trial, today postponed
evens or hob eldn live planning staff, commented on built for the camera. until tomorrow arguments on a
Dr Harry E in illuminating Mr. rue's cent service as mem- motion to have him disqualify
the life span of the club, called at- ber of plant inventory and ap THE MELODY LINGERS on iI himself from presiding at the
tr ts&pano fct tht Jimmile praisal staff, for purchase of a dent: new trial.
Brnton t Club Presdent was retirement present which consist- Jeff Morrow says he dreamed
born e year that the club' was ed of a telephoto lens, not present. about a big movie premiere in : i Asst. Dist. Atty. Anthony Lleb-
orni edyear ly available on the Isthmus which a doorman called for the ler asked for the postponement,
organized. Mr Charles M. Middleton, chief, limousines of stars as the crowds saying be was unable to appear
Following the established tradi- plant inventory and appraisal staff, came out of the theater. The door. toda because of illness in his
tion of outstanding community presented Mr. True with Panama nran announced: 'family.
leadership among its members, tanal's certificate of retirement, "M$s Grable's car, Miss de ii Jelke was convicted of com-
President Butler- remarked that accompanied by a letter of appre- Havfland's car, Mish Hayworth's pulsory prostitution on charges
the club was honored in having elation from Mr. E. C. Lombard, -car and Miss Monroe's Karama. ii of running a stable of $50-a-
one of its members, the Honorable executive secretary of the" Canal zov." ii night call girls, but the convlc-
Ernesto Estenoz, recently elected Zone Government-Panama Canal -- ,i on was reversed in the State
President of the National Assemb- Company. Ava Gardner's bullfighter. Luls i Court of Appeals because Val-
ly of Panaa. ional Assemb- company. Dominguin, may win the role of ente had barred the press and
S s ,,r. d Mr. True responded with observ.- the matador in the King Bros.' public from the trial
Guest for the day was Russ action) on the engineering profes. "The Boy and the Bull." Could
Downs from the SS Pan ama sion and his activities as an engi. mean a rendezvous in Mexico City 'NM AT,, ,. --i i,
brought by Manolo Castillo. er, a nd expressed combined sen. for Ava and Luls. The film will NOMINATED Charles C. I ia i
Paul Beck, Program Chairman, i ts of acipation of new ac- be made there. Finucane has been nominated
announced that next week's meet- tii telsewhtere to be undersecretary of the TODAY
Wog o .I held next Satuday,. vtie_ Mrs. Edward G. Robinson. Jr., Army. If confirmed by the Sen-
Feb. 12 'at the Strangers Club at and the elder Robinsons are in a 'ate, he would replace John Sle-
6,30 .m. II UP hassle over the weekly allowance zak. who resigned. t ,AI .
This will be a formal dinner andUn U given her and herandher child by the --------- --
danec in honor of the 50th Anniver-
sary of Rotary InternationaL .4sI'lla0F30
rraga's Orchestra. Rotrians not SHOWING AT YOUR SER ICE: 7:
requested to call Al Heyd, Secre- W CENTER TEAWTRES TODAY '*--- --
tary, and make reservations for Svices at theMr .
themselves and guests. Services at the MargaritA Un- m g_-_-- -__ I

Cristobal and Colon. Many munici- --- ion Church for Sunday, Feb. 8
pal improvements and philanthro- Deispedidas begin with Sunday School at 9:-
pie enterprises have been initiated The forthcoming departure of 30 a.m, Regular Morning Wor-
and encouraged, and Rotary on Baron and Baroness Rosset Des.- ship Service at 10:45 a.m., will
the Atlantic side has made an en- sandre for his new post as Ambas. be conduoted by the Rev. Paul
viable reputation for encouraging sador of Italy in El Salvador was H. W. Olander, Pastor. His ser-
economic, educational, and social the occasion for many iartles this mon topic fof this Sunday is the
progress in the area, and in aid- week. s Paecond section of a two part ser-
ing such projects both by provid- Last evening at the Pan a m a mon and is entitled "Our Most
ing leadership and giving financial Golf Club, some 30 guests took Powerful Weapon."
aid. part in a cocktail party tendered
Among the distinguished visitors by members of the diplomatic; For the Junior Sermon this
to-the club over the period were, corps and their wives. On Thurs- Sunday the pastor has chosen
Cob Charlei Lindbergh, Alexand- day, the Spansh Ambassador to 'Habit" as his subject.
er Grahafa Bell, Warren Harding Panama and Condesa de Rabago: The choir directed by Mr.'O.
who later became president of thegave a dinner In their honor- and E. Jorstad and accompanied by
U.S.A., and Bob Ripley. yesterday, at noon, Mrs. Alberto Mrs. Mildred Genis, organist,
In addition, many US. Sena- ObardoS gave a luncheon for the have selected as their anthem
tors and Congressmen bae at- Barones at her Golf Heights."Jesus Only" by Ro b, .
tended as well as business and pro- home. The nursery supervUed by the
fesslonal leaders from all over the -- Woman's Auxiliary is malntan-
world. In- contrast, members of ZUr. Madaro Here For VIsit ed for children under school age
the local club have visited in ma- Mrs. Tthel Eisenmann Meduro whose parents wish to attend
ny different clubs in other e0un- of New York is the guest of her this service.
tries. sister Mrs. Charles Freder i-e k
According to the record, t h e Kline, n Golf Heights. Mr. Madu. JuIlor Fellowshlp for 7th and
Crisitbal-Colon Rotary Chub has ro will join her here later. 8th Grades will mept it 5:00
m. The topic for the evening
S Do I Have AnYFreedom"?
._ __- __ S senior pllowahip under the
"' '. .* -1 leadership of the Pastor will
meet at 6:15 p.m._NA HIh School
students are cordially bVited to
S- attend this meeting.

StaMonica Montoute
w t |h Wins Second Ptece

CLASSIFIED In Modiste School
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Phone Panama .-0552
th o July Avenue No. 14-2
. D. Benrd, y C :o to I:0 j


s Repea Shows
lIoldler show, the "Amp1dor
.l" hl10 at Fort Amador
C clb last Thursday,
Bi aget~ ce In two
*I beefit for the March
Ea succeeded in collect-
,ir ih. (one hundred).
e tage shO. It met with
of applause and laughter
attracted such attention a.
d the canal Zone that-Mrs.
Haberstick, service club
r, detded on two return
m The first will be
d6y, again at Fort Am-
4 the second the follow-
yat Fort Kobbe. Ad-
to the Follies is free and
are oA b to all, mltary

.of the acts that brought
Slaug was New Yorker
dlaite rndstioln of an
0 -ip teaser. Other laugh
S"Wals of the South
B -" "Back AAaley a eorn-
takdfft on the movie hit,
f Vdow"' and the "-ock-e
Sa Rxtette of lads from
r doing a chorus act.
ats In a slightly dlfferb-
-eu'o the ap 0val of the
Dale Brooks gave a
rectal which included
liti by Oershwin. "Ro-
W y_ libenlls end "Waltz"
'Versatile Ronald
n".layed a melody ofI
p the harmonies, and
tCatron crooned the popu-
SThere" and "You'll
gjwldk Alone."


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6 1 9 'O, Feb. 5 (UP)
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former Re-
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to be ambas-

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I ,. Carnal Ave. 148
No. 3 Lottery Plan
rourth of July Aft. ___

H Stm No. S7

FOR SALE:-Mahogany table 6
chairs. Phone Navy 3300 or 83-
4208. Can see a 673E, Curundu.

FOR SALE:-Plastic upholstered
five piece livingroom set, pick
knack shejf. Other items. Must
sell before 14th of Feb. Cash.
9072 Apt. 4, 8th St., Colon.

single beds $10.00 eo., Double
Bed with innerspring mattress,
pad & cover, $60.00,-'Quarter-
master dresser $12.00, Bedside
table. $3.50, Chair, $1.00, all
painted Ivory. Split Bamboo
blinds, Bathroom stool, Gross
rugs, Lamps, Desk & Chair, Pic-
tures, Magazine Rocks, Clocks,
many misc. items. All must be
sold before Sunday night. Sale
starts Saturday morning at nine
o'clock. House 822-X-B CrotOn
street, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Bedroom set (com-
plete) mahogany, innerspring
mattress. Piano excellent condi-
tion. Call Panama 3-5102 be-
tween 8 a.m.-lO p.m.
MENT Two electric ronr s,
glass washer, 25 cy. motor, 4ot-
tie cooler, Refrigerator 9 CO. ft.
21 cy., Refrigerator 10 cu. ft. 25
cy.-Phone Mr. (Cholly) Wil-
liams, Balboa 2-3466.
FOR SALE: Cedar wardrobe
dry closet, dining table, buffet
& 8 choirs mode by Cowes well-
aged mahogany, miscellaneous
household articles. Reasonably ,
priced. 5184-B. Parsons. Diablo.
FOR SALE:-Dinina table and 5
choirs, Venetian blinds for 4
family. 5440-A, Diablo or call
FOR SALE: 1953 Kenmore
automatic, $150.00. 60 cycles
1949 Maytag' wringer-type,
$65.00. 2157-A Curundu 51717.

lHelp Wanted

WANTED: An experienced
cook, Useless to apply without'
references. Apply to 7 & 8 St.
St. Isab l o. 9063,. Apt. 6,
Caton. r '*

DION-Lessons in my studio or
ato pupils home.-On Saturdays
lessons in Cristobal-Colon. For
informations call: Prof. Franz
Manfredil, Panama 3-1909 or
Cristobal 2,424.

imperial Ponitlale

Of Shunm Comes

Here Next Monday
Frank S. Lana Tmperial Poten-
tate of the world-wide Shrine or-
ganization, Will arrive in Cristobal
Monday morning for a three-day
visit to the Canal Zone. During his
sta:-, he will be entertained by
members of the Abou Sanad Temple
in the Canal Zone. .
Highlight of Land's visit will be
a mass meeting of all Shriners,
Masons, DeMolays and other in.
terested persons at the Balboa
Clubhouse Theatre Tuesday eve-
ning starting promptly at 6:30.
Land will give an address, .and all
those attending re requested to
be in their seats no later than 6;30
p.m. 5:30 be will ad-
dress a joint meetiaW of the At.
lantic and Pafc Chapter* of the
Order of DeMOLy. at the Scottish
Rite Temple In Balboa, Laodwas
the founder of the DeMaty Order
which today has nearly two aul-
lion members. Ts meeting is
pen to Mason also.
SFollowng.the DeMolay meeting.
the Impiad Potentate will be
11st a a dlinne and r ptiom In
fs bonor at the Am,-Na'y Club
In Ft Amadoer. ekeafs wl
be served at 6:30 mad dl rt at
7:30. Reservations for the ditmer
should be in by M1dsy, and
cheeks should be mad payable to
About Saad.

In addition te above schedule,
land will meet Canal SeM and Pa.
nama officials, .vist m dw POi
of interesting PMa A CMn-
al Zone amd ateVi O a ach-
eons and dinner. .t e Panamma
Golf Cub, Absek -O-a' Club
and the Skychef re la Pa.
nama City.

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I Agenda Internal, de PubUiealnese
45 Central As.
Parque Leevre 7 Sreet

160 Central Ave.

Via Upafts No.4


FOR SALE:--1954 !Dodge V8
Custom Royal. 'Phone Navy
3300 or 83-4208 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Dodge Coronet,
perfect condition, duty paid. Bar-
gain. Telephone 2-1259, office

FOR SALE:-1948 Cadillac, 4-
door Sedan, black, W-S-W tires.
leather upholstery radio. Bar-
ooin. Telephone1 ;33, Balboa.

FOR SALEE:' '950 Plymouth
Sedan. "L Cream" fin-
ish. New rub &. Extras. 32.000
miles $750.0. orivte ewner.
Gatun 5-579. +,

FOR SALE:-Best buy in town.
1952 Chevrolet,.', fully equipped, /
ready to go. Perfect condition,
looks and runt like new. Coil
Kobbe 6276..
FOR SALE:-1949 Oldsmobile
Convertible. Rocket engine, per-
fect condition, excellent rublber,
$650.00. Clayton 87-7223.

FOR SALE:-Mutt sell! Leaving!
1947 Chevrolet Coupe. excellent
condition $225.00. Phone Gulick

FOR SALE: 1953 Lincoln Capri
hardtop. Two-tone; 4-way elec-
tric seat; radio; white sidewalls.
Low mileage. Bargain price. Coll
Albrook 3298.
FOR SALE: 1953 4-door
Chevrolet Belt-Air Sedanr. Light
blue & cream, W4S-W tires, ra-
dio, backing up llbhts, excellent
condition. $1700.00. 2127-C
East Sixth St. Curundu.

FOR SALE:-1953 Pontiac 4-
dor Sedan. Like new with 21.000
miles. Must soa immediately on
account of leavl#y the country.
Special bargain. Phone Colon

FOR SALE:-"49" Mercury Cony.
Bid. "90," Apt.- "A" 2nd St.
Coco Solkto. C, --
FOR SALE:-1951 Mortris 09-.
ford, $520.00. Telephone 3.
5504. Belisorio Porras No. 63.
FOR SALE:-'1941 Chrysler Se-
dan, $150.00. Good tires, motor
and body. 570-G, Curundu Hts.
FOR SALE:-1952 Buick 4-door
Sedan, looks new and mechanic-
aoily perfect. New tires and bat-
tery. $1600.00. Phone Gatun
FOR SAL: -1950 Oldasmobile
Tuder Seim' New sendplper
ton finish. Ielleiet rubber. New
eedt coven. Nw H w .es low
as $600.00. Full price. Cells
Metoe'. Tel. 2-1033, 2-1035.
FAR SALE;-1949 lulck Super
Forder Sedan Shiny black
Pal. SlB deord trMelsseion.
Clean Interler. New reduced te
$25.00. Full 1rie. Colpv Me-
torn. Tel. 2-1033, 24-035

FOR SALIE-1950 FPer Tud
VI. New Ilnt, new tih and
new seat sevea. Completely
Conditined meehenlelly.' Faill
price $675.00. Celpa Metes.
TeOl. 2-10353 2 3 -1036.

FOR SALI:-151 huiek Ceo-
vertlbe Cepe. Libt % l Ia-
bb. Usigt tbl6 lether u he-
awNy. NowMbek tap edOnew
W-S-W tims Radio Wnd iev-
matlk iemdSaLu. Came Ia eOA
,mke s "r effe Celan Me"em
TI.L 2-101). 2-1035, 2-1036.

FOR SALI.-1953 Ddge For.
der Sede. A late oedal ar
in euclMnw eeit tndte. Meai 'be
m to-be eppmcieeed. Full
iese $1300.00. Colen Metan.
Tel. 2-1033. 2.1015, 2-1056.

FOR SALE.: ftO Memy
FWode Sedan. ewk Wm fle-.
bk. Robe. New tim ead eeel-
klet .msehaehaly me fdHem
FP.N el $750.00. Cepb" Me-
t e. TAr 2-1013, 2-1035, 2-

FOR SALE. 1t51 elHe.
Herid Tp CateM. Ight ew-
finde .usppeMl wih etUmate
troemimb"rea rdleI, _uItlde Sam
_vbw end ,letl Me b*tlk f s-
(l. Fen o $1150.00. Cal-
P1n M Te-l 2-1053, 2
1O0S, 2.1036.

FOR SALE:- 1952 Oldmoile
Spwr "8" Tder 2-ee ngeem.
quipped with maey extrae Full
pries $1450.00. WilN eee
yo tre. Cel- Meters. Tel
2-1033, 2-1035, 2-1036.

FOR SAIL: 1951 FPer V
Club Cope. Exellee bleek i.-
isk. New time. New omet we.
en. Overdri, tenm t iu b eit.,
New edkeed ta w $790.00 ll
pdl. CeIwe Meme. Tel. t.
1033, 2-1035, 2-1034.
OR SA I.--I"I ... m-I
iwm Mkh Lf -mdI enm

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Rooms with bpthroor,. a Special
price for AAA mene .

Feb. 11th, ;t 13th
Sponsored by El Panama.
3 Full Days. Leav5 e ruary 1lth
at 7:30 a.m. ret I -late Sunday
afternoon 13th. bling through
the Pearl Isla siting with
primitive Choco ] ans, spear-
ing crocodiles, ia Alight hunt*
ing, cruising up lSombu river,
aboard El Panomis Phicadora.
Bring old clothes, comfortable
CAMERA. For infdrmathon, res-
ervation, phone Jungle 'iJrnim,
Hotel El PRnamo- anaP 3-
:DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clis-
ic, 209 Central Avnue. 1eside
Copitolib Theater. Rhone 2-3479

FOR SALE :-Montuno complete.
7th Street No. 7-46.
FOR SALE:--One oPlymouth en-
gine, 2 clutches for G.M. 671,
1 V2 to I reduction gear. Colon
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
pups. 6 weeks, $30 and $35.
Call 84-5105 Sgt. Gordon.,

FOR SALE: Lionel trains, Vene-
tian blinds, quartermaster din-
ing room set, Rattan peel chairs,
girl's bicycle. Briggs Straton mo-
tor, Singer sewing rpochine, fur-
nished doll house, Miscellaneous
items. 1503- Akee St. (Govilon
Area) Balboa.

FOR SALE:-Cheop. Piano, good
condition. 3rd of November St.
House No. 5, room No. 1. Pon-
FOR SALE:-Three trunks suit-
able for storat, packing, price
$20.00. One large steamer rug
$10.00. A sterve g r tea se
$50.00. Room 334, Hotel Tivoli.
FOI SALti -Loete, -lWe. Ilrke
new. C0dam 6-204, Gambee,

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-21 foof Sport Fish-
ing Cruiser, Gorwood hull plan
with 90 hp. Chrysler, Cruiser 15

seat bunks, equipped for night
fishing, 3 spot lights, $500.00.
See at Gatun Y.C. or call 5-357.
FOR SALE:- Rebuilt Chrysler
75, motor with boat transmis-
sion, 1-8 foot dingly, lapstreak,
capper *rveted. I boat trailer,
ball hitch 6-50-16 tire. 1 boy's
26" bicycle, I1 grl's 26" bicycle.
763-A Los Cruces St.', Balboa.

Real Estate
FOR SALE:-Cottage Santa-
Clara. Concrete partly furnished,
2750.00. Phone 2-4255 or 25-
FOR SALE --Magniflcent lot, ex-
cellent locaifon. Parque Lefevre.
Near Golf Heights. Borgoin price.
Telephone 6333 Bolboa, 2-1701

FOR SALE:--Z bedroom house,
living room, dining room, parch.
garage, maid's room, at Los
ubres Boyac. St. Andes Sur.

Costa Rkan Retor

WHI Preach Sermnnon

A St. Peler's
Choral Eucharist at St. Peter's
church, La Boca, 7 o'clock to-
morrow morning will be marked
by the monthly corporate com-
munion of the Woman's Auxilia-
Beginning with this celebra-
tion, the services for the day
will be in observance of Septua-
sima or te first Sunday n
the vee.Lentxn season. Morning
prayer sad hurch school are
ibedled .Or_ 1 a.m, with even-

The Rev.on pea, priest In,
chalge, wil off and preach
at the ra, morn
prayer, whlh bffi be Iondumted
by the chuch school supMn-


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past Santo Clar. Low rats-
PhonE Balboa I 866.

WILLIAMS' Santa Cwa Boch
aes-rocka B l305on.
S2- bedroom. Phone Bco3050.

Phlips. Oceanside cottage s,..
Santa Clara. Box 435, Bolboa.
Phone Panean 3-1877, Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Sante Clara Beach
Coages. Modern conveniences,
aderte rates. Phone Gomboo


FOR RENT:-House on Trans-
isthmian highway, 20 minutes
from the city. Tel. 3-4161. '

ATTr NTION .1.! Just built
modem fumrihed apOrtments, 1,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water, Tel.
Panoma 3-4941,
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Coeatct Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th street. Phone 1386.

FOR RENT:-Furnished, modem
aoprtment, new concrete house,
$65.00 Vio Porras 114.

FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bed-
rooms, living-dining room, kitch-
en, bathroom. 13th Street No.
16, Via Porros.
FOR RENT: 2 apartments liv-
ing-dining room, 2 bedrooms,
kitchen, bathroom. 2 apartments,
living-dining room, I bedroom,
kitchen, bathroom. Spacious lo-
cale, suitable for office, ware-.
house or agencies. "B" Avenue
& 7th Street, city. Tel. 2-1701,

FOR RENT: Apartments in
building "Mi da" Federico
Boyd Avenue Ne. 4. 2 bedrooms
with bathroom, combination din-
inr-lIvtng opm, kitchen, and
servants r2om, with both. Phdne
Ponoma 2-1466.

FOR RENT:--Two bedroom a-
portment with balcony ii Bella
Vista. Call Panama 2-2601.
FOR RENT:-Furnished I bed-
room apartment, 4 months. 52nd
St. No. 2, Apt. 6, Phone 3-3q23.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment, one or two bedroom at
Vista del Mar. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT:-One bedroom a-
partment, dining room, kitchen.
East 29th St. No. 9.
FOR RENT:-Apartment living-
roam, one bedroom, modern con-
veniences. Phone 3-0502. 117
Via Esparia upstairs. .
FOR RENT:-Fumished apart-
ment, refrigerator, G.I. inspected
Via Porras # 99. Phone 3-2068.
FO RRENT:-First floor apart-
ment in "Eldoradrdo" building in
front of Balboa Beer Garden,
large bedroom, livingroom, big
screened porch, kitchen, both,
cedar dry closets etc. Unfur-
nished. Rent $60.00 monthly.
Phone Panama 2-0027 or 3-
FOR RENT:-Apartment in "La
Joya" building near Rancho Gar-
den, large bedroom, dinette, liv-
ing-room, very big screened
porch, kitchen, both, three dry
closets etc. Third floor apart-
ment. unfurnished. Rent $60.00
monthly. Phone Panama 3-0763
or 2-0027.
FOR RENT:-Ideal for bachelor
or couple; nicely furnished one
bedroom apartment, all modem
conveniences, located at "El
Cangrejo". Available at once.
Phone 3-4644 from 3 to 8 p.m.
(Feb. 5 y 6).
FOR RENT:-Furnished aport-
ment Peru Ave. One biedroom,
aloil furniture new painted, 870.
Tel. 3-1648.


FOR RE NT:-BSeutlfuly furnish-
ed room. double couch, refrigera-
tar, kitchen cabinet, stove, both
end private entrance. 52nd Street
No. 3. Phone 3-0638.

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WANTED:-H4eaer & Defroster
for 1954 Chevrolet. See Orteo"a
at Smeot & Poredes. Phone 2-
WANTED-25 cycle washing
machine. Tel. 6-429.

WANTED:-25 cycle washlng-
machine. Tel. 6-1429.


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MORRICE LORBENCE steers the TB 519 ader the watchful eyes of Rev. M. A. Cookson, Chap-
lain E. A. Day and Chief Platt. Thi big moment came in Morrice's life when he was one of
ninety ituden6 and faculty membeap o Christ Church Eupacolpl Academy of Colon to take a
morning cruise aboard the YTB as guests of C af and Mrs. Win. 0. Thorn.

tRed Chinese
S(Cltinued from Pae 1)
defenses on Quemoy at the south
end 6f the Island outpost line.
Communist artillery shelled
Quemoy in an evident attempt
to knock out new fortifications
A Nationalist communique said
the defenders returned the fire
and silenced the enemy guns.
Twelve Amerfeans were re-
ported stationed on Quemoy
which, with Matsu, the Na-
tionalists want to hold even if
Tachen's evacuated. A high
U.S. official predicted last week'
4s Americans would help de-
fend Quemoy ad Matsu.
t. Gen. Bruce Clark, U.S. Ar-
commander in the Pacific,
was to arrive here today to con-
fer with Chian Kal-shek and top
U.S. military men in this area.
Another shipload of 180 refu-
ees from the Tachens arrived
Formosa. The Nationalist LST
was chased by four Communist
junks, which were turned aWay
y gunfire. A US. destroyer stood
Vice Adm. Alfred M. Price,
commander of the 7th Fleet, was
ready to start the expected eva-
cuation of the Tachens "at a
moment's notice." He told news-
men Here that while h war-
S d "sighted A' of
hi f' n the Formosa mraits
ltey had not done any fighting
with the Communists.
Three waves of Nationalist
bombers hit the Communists be-
tween midnight and dawn in the
Tachen area.
Mig et fighters came out from
Cmmunst mainland: bases but
the, bombers finished their work
arid ,t away.,
Bttin has warned Cm! -
nitt. China an invasion of the
slands of Quemoy, Matsu and
Tasbes would endsuptr world
peIae and security.
The strow warning was de-
livered in the House of Commons
by Foreign secretary Anthony
Eden as the British Common-
wealth prime ministers' met in
an urgent session to seek an. al-
ternative Formosa ceasefire plan
to the United States proposal-or
peace talks whichthe Commu-
iists rejected.'
Eden, who has been attending
most of the prime ministers'
sessions, repeated that Britain
believes Quemoy, Matsu and Ta-
chen, off the Red-held Ch.ina,
mainland, "undoubtedly" belong
to the Communists
However, he-saldDritstm con-
siders the present sovereignty of
ormosa and the sc re the
big primes in the Comm-nist-
Nationalist Chinese struggle, as
uncertain or undetermined."
He warned the Communitst a.
eainst the use of force in at-
t'nptlnr to take Quemoy, Mat-
and Taclen.
Any attempt by the goven-
ment of the Peole's Republic'of
China to assert its authority
over these Isands by fore would rise to a situattioh en-
danxerlng peace and security
which is properly a matter of In-
ternational concern," Eden said.
Communist Chinese* Premier
Cbou En-lai's harsh rejection of
the U.N. invitation to send a
representative to talks on a
ceasefire has ruled out many pos-
sibility of a solution tbrowh
U.N. channels, diplomatic sour9-
Ind3an Prime Minister Sewn-
harlal Nehru, who has been in
close touch with Communist
Chinese envoys and plans to
visit Russia soon, was reported
to have proposed a conferee e
neutral nations meet on the
Vormosa crisis.

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AFL Wiil Not Become Haven

For Communists Seeking Frot

MIAMI BMCH. Feb. 5 (UP) 1i seeking to go underground ot
The AFL tective Council find some respectable front un-
warned today it will not become tl such time as they can more
a haven for any Communist- actively and openly pursue their
dominated unions "desperately purpose of destroying free trade
running for shelter.". unions as well as all other as-
The council took a strong an- pects of free society," he added.
ti-Communist stand in rejcting "The executive council is de-
the proposed merger of the AWL termined that the AFL shnl not
Amalgamted Meat Cutters and become a temporary haven for
Butcher Workmen's Union with any Communist organization "
the Vur Workers Union, which Meany said "we don't want
was ousted from the CIO several any of te fur workers under
Years a for being Communist- their present leadership-but we
dominated would like to take the workers
.AFL President George 1Meany n without the lea4dershp."
said the meat cutters will "risk He said the union w .Cn-
explu on" If .the union Ignores munist dominated "pacular
the views of the council, but a in Canada." But Pleto Luchi
spokesman for the meat cutters secretary-treasurer of the fur
said the merger plans will con- workers, denied the council
tinue. charges.
'"The council's annohndement "Nnety-eight per cent, if not
does not change our plans," said more are not Communistp, but
Pat E. GOormn, secretary treas- are anti-Communlts," sa 1 d
urer of the neat cutters, "We Lucchi. "We will cot leave any
think we are proedingwithin k n o wnCompunts n our
the ril tst ot the AfL, nd we ranks."
will .qn gn rights." .,The-fur. w orbike greup -
m..e16 u1i.. .h .u ...some 7o0000 oembersawm* Et
tor1l l ar0 vtotbe"n4w line m eat cu rs to ^ 1* 0O t C
forma b the few Cor- The -eune1 reessd Its ,ild-
munlst-domnated .imlos re- winter sessions for the weekend.
mainhg' In this country Next week the council -will be-
"ITh entire structure qf the gin emrger discussions with re.
Communist Party in America... presentatives of the CIO.

Crusade For Freedom Campaign WIl

Raise Funds For Rao Free Europe

An opportunity to participate
voluntarily in the annual Cru-
sade for Freedom, will be given
this year to every resident of the
Canal Zone who is Interested In
bringing truth and encourage-
ment to the 70,000,000 people-be-
bhind the Iron Curtain.
The Crusade for Freedom will
reach its peak during Freedom
Week from Lincoln's to Wash-
ington's Birthdays, Feb. k2 to 22.
William G. Arey, Jr., Panama
Canal information officer, who
will again act as chairman in
the qanal Zone for the campaign
this year. has urged all Canal
Zone residents to send their con-
tributions to treasurer William C.
Schmitt manager of the Chase
National Bank an Balboa, or to
'Crusade for Freooedom,in eare
of the ostmalte, h Cand Zone.
Such contributions will be au-
tomatically tu r n e d over to
Schmitt for deposit to the Cru-
sade Fund. Resident will be per-
mitted to participate if they
wish in the Crusade for Freedom
but no special fund raising ac-
tivities will be held and no do.
nations will be solicited.

Proe-L 0t Observance
To Begin At St. Paul's
Paridhioners of at. Pan1 l's
Church will begin the obser-
vance of the pre-lenten season
with services at the usual hours
In celebration of
The observance will begin
with Holy Communion at 8 a.m.
MMabers of the Woman's Au-
Mllary, Altar Build and the
Flor-de-Lis Society will make
their monthly eororate com-
munion at the Holy Eucharist
service at I am.

-A 31

/ hA Scheol

SSe e

P3L her beiboml

The Crusade for Freedom has
the endorsement not only of the
President of the United States
but the support of U.S, citizens
In all walks of life.
The campaign is.being held to'
provide funds for Radlo Free
Europe, the Free University in
West Berlin, and other enter-
prises of the National Committee
for a Free Europe.
Radio Free Europe operates a
network of 29-powerful transmit-
ters lii West-Germany and Por-
tugal to carry on a hard-hitting
program of loadcasting truth
hope, and epeouragement to the
people of the Communist Satel-
lite countriesBehind the Iron
Curtain. A
In the last three months more
than 52 mllon messages hav
been delivered into the Com-
munft.captlve countries.

'V. F. colons, an employe dur-
ing the construction days of the
Panama Canal, died week at
the age of 88, in Florida.
Mr. Collons came to the Isth-
mus In 1904, and worked with
the construction crew for many
years. He left the isthmus In
I=6 to reside in Miami.
SHe is, survived by his wife,
Mrs. Cassle Collons, two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Carlton Cole of Key
West, Florida. Mrs. C. R. Adams
f Gulick Heights, a son W. F.
Collons, Jr., of Codbs Bay, Ore-
con. and a grandson in the Air

Peiping Again
(OemIbMi em P rage 1) 1

tnd Matd ta Wasdungton.
This potlblty and ether U.S.
move In Ohe Unted Naion s on
the Mmms ebn we r sure
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ueR .............. .22 17 .6- 3 ............. .11 27 '" s 13
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Firt: 7:00 p.m. PAcfc BasebU veterans
Svs .: -,
Atlantic Baeball Veterans
IendS: Soker (h es 441) 's.
Yankees (Ludtke 3-3)
vst OTA OTA kees 3 to 2 t night behind the
Sfive-hit pitchlbw of Utailey Ar-
OldtiWi sho dint of hard thurs who s hl1 fis e t.
work, mme fisa a slnoee in- make his ftOrd m er the
terue In eped to make suon. Andm Al.e akotr.ed the
the me it in Panama last battr or .Arth n .
to a, ws, df a two-lIling last Inning. Te matchenmt on.
am -, "at. tockInuthm els seven frames. ..
lCookie Steample Was the lwie
Tr a M Ib Part of a closing out. the seal n with a -
T-b ame Pan- record.
h en nA, a. o Thea S asem -ueOp theft
StEntaoeintsr three r e o the f-riS tw la-4
whto m (to mins while Arthrs Ve up
been ah Ime pms.- eath with two e.
Sof the years, Bud Hart led' oe with a
Al R.P. basgl oldtimen double to l file O
have been Invitle be at the to shot a AM Irem
Stadium to ht to be Introdue- tired, heft to move
ed to t l byPanamans ro ing to third.
la ban6mnuf Artl Solder Wilhelm and Manager
mt* Peirmadeis Al Kubali and ihlitter red
Tomes A. Ou k-. Marolewski waked.
The PWA wUl award certMfl- Witthe cout, one ball and
atesa of meit to tW honorees no strikes on- lt raff and the
nEd serve a buffet after the bases loaded, ArtiTrrwas yank-
ame. ed for Alonso who made Graff
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I~J^ jSL'-i mr firt itnh, to ed We WRn.
I ib" "Wi.2 .,v- Sai With the chamona hp mwed
"".a b ... o un Kubski played first base an
.Iw on- .. at one tlOednardu the contest
Thp..g as.m t _ade o. had Hard in I le ,ddie Phil.
-ble pthtro the coOpeWon ofll hlrdt.ies art shoti
several cvic minded citzeM who and Wilhelm In rit.
have ad materially In f- .
rerehlhMent and
Guests of honor at the Sta-
dium tonight will tilude Tomas Fitebhr Riuberto .obinson
0. Duqut, ZvoMO Dqlue. PI- of fbe Soekft whla has been
nance Minister Jfdo Alemen, picked t n out the CV

-lThe b up a ma G r
Pam-la J e g i Mo- M nayS, m.yalm.
desto p er ct a-Rmon Wis. Ib:. Melua e fuou. to get
Carla.sP oej, 2b Cleveland toMbn'a Imaes 1" etder ter
Mt. e l Oeta h mn..qu, m to mta the te t to Ve-e
s: ll Alvares, If: Al- suet. Moeland may be eBm-
fredt 016oplo, f:; aatlas- tadted at his office by Tel.
go t.MI CS; M, CrS IO .TL Tl
SCrit I7 .'
Colon lix
Heraldi, e; P o Iuto b; Pb: ..
Bundy, 2l5 LeLanllua, ia tb; C -....J-,, E-i-,
Lenny cott as- o odrB
guess, If; Manueil e;
Jose Ricardo, rf. Manager, ima- U ".
nuel G- a rdia;. -* .,
Hie laot game .f treason a---
Is ate ea o r" ~ t, the BASEBALL
ebChampa aCV.i Snesn eet- Seond baseman Bobby Avila
g the u P e has turned down a $30,000 Cleve-
LSwrence Luth of the Yanks land contract The American
will opps Tommy hes on League batUtng champion ays
the mound. ,e and the Indians are about
The Smdamen beat the Yea- five-thousand dollars apart.

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Iraf. $1b .........4 o I 3 1
I Alrdln./f-i.....3 0 0"' i
lUp,b-rf..... 3 1 1 1 0
Di ke s, u-I ....3 0 0 1 0O
Dal.ike'........3 0 4 2 1
wahII.. ..-If...3 1 1 1 6I
U .bi-lb ...... 0 0 8 0
S.......0 0 0 0 0
Mfcrouw0 o* o'
Totals .1......25 2 5 ISI
Marolewski walked for Stepi-
pel in 7th.
Moore, c ......... 3 1 A8 i
Le*ls. 11. .......... 1 7 ?8
Lopes, s ......... 3, 0 1 6
rlthWalte. Ar. rf.3S 0 1 i 0
Gladstone. If .....1 0 0 0
GreMnald. If ....... 2 0,0 2 0
Brathwant Al., b 3 00 1 2
n 120,S o00 1 8 2
Charles. 3b ......3 0 2 0 3
McDonald, c .....3 0 1 3 0
Arthurs, p .......2 1 a 0 1
Alonso, p .........0o 0 0
'otalr .'i ....86 3 821 10
SScre by ninnigs:
Team&- R E a
rkees .....000 000 2-2, 5 1l
Nodamen .... 12 000 x-3 8 1
summary: Runs batted In: Ar.
i Bethwrite. Le w Is. Wilhelm,
Krrof. Warned runs: YankeEs 2
odmen Left on bases: Yan-
kees 5. Sodamen 5. Two base
hits: Mooe. Charles, PhillIos.
Struekout by: Arthurs'S. Bv:
Stempel 2. Eae on balls: Ar-
tbhurs PItchers record: Arthurs
2 runs, 5 hlts in 8 2-s Inninea.
rrero." Yankeeq I (Wilhelm),
ISoda en I (Monre). Twsn.
Iticlhr: Rhtempel (1.W. Winnin.
pitcher: Arthurs (5-5). Dob!e
Is:. MooI Lone,. Umplres:
rorntonf M Parchment. Time
of game: l:12.

Little League

Team Standings I
W L Pet.
Spur Cola 7 1 .77
Lincoln Life 5 2 .7101
Polce 4 4 .500y
Seymour Agency 3 5 .3751
Elks 1414 2 5 .285
Gibraltar LUe 2 .2501
One big inning did the trick a
for Seymour Agency to climb out
of the cear of the Pacific Littlele
League ... the fourth frame,
talv sa te u2 .
good fopseven runs. -._ ,I
These were the only runs the '
Seymour players coralled, but it t
was enough, because the bestd
that Gibraltar cbuld do was tal- l
1y five runs. l
Leonard Brackman was on the N
hill for .the Semour team, he
kept Asx hits well scattered. r
Brandon touched him for two |
safeties, being the only player to p
do so. C
The dimunltlve sout h p a w
Dickle Snyder was the victim A
the onslaught. He hurled com-
mendable ball, blanking 8e- In
mour in all innings exept the 2
fourth, when the seven men V
crossed the pay dirt.' The big t)
guns in the Seymour lineup were ez
orris who had two hits in one I
nuingau Huddleston who had
two for the day. 8
Tomorrow morning, at the Lit- ly
ie League Stadium, the Elks a
1414 will battle the Gibraltar 2:
Life. Both teams will be out T
fighting to escape the bottom fc
Position In the league. Butch lo
lager is slated to pitch for the tc
Lfers. whereas the big boy from
boa Ed Bleakley will en-
eav0r to silence the bate of the
lbrltatr aggregation. 2

PIlaysr AB B H
Huddleston, ct 4 1 2
Allen, lb 4 1 1
PeuLSb 4 o1
IMoi 3b 3 1 ;
MoGwIn, rf a 0
Dubbed, c 3 1
L. roekman, 2
Boatwrlght, ss 3 1

R0 o
Totals 8 1
[Maquard, 3b 2. 1 :
nyderp 4 1 1
Brandon, ass 4 0 1
Rager. lb 4 0
Adams,2b 2 1
Matchlnason, c 1 0
lauto2 r s 0 l
W i son3 3 1
3tetner, of 1 1 1
Total a 5

Tuesday's Bush.e:
Cubs shmutet ves 2 to 0
Mottas hutom* Ot ut o4 00
AtCoAr W dewae
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A Mexican style ri
held at the Maeatrea-
tomorrow afternoon beg
Included on the T evi
The rodeo will feti
Internatonatlly famous
res de Ranche Ortnde
the bullfighting will
farewelllocal perform
yodhful Vaque n.U.
. Among other things. t
ros wil ride wild horse
and stage comic acts. T
perform roping tricks,
calves and ride a wild co
out any reins.
The MCarros have app
Spain, Mexico, France
California, and Colombi
Sunday tley had a comply
out In COlombia.
Vasague II will fight
local b'uls to the dea
Sp eraornce will d e
greatly on the actiobs
unpredctable native ba
Admislaon prices rani
$1.00 (one dollar) Renera
slop to $3.00 for reserve
row seats.

Dki6 Hemrk C

In On Frank Set

Cage Scoring R
NEW YORK. Feb. 5 (
All-Amertea candid a t
Heniric of Wake Forest el
on Frank Selvy's all-tim
Ins record today while
times-eaten Syracuse lii
to one of the season's
Hemrc, a 6-foot, 8-in
man, tallied 41 points an
bed an Atlantic Coast
ence record of 36 rebound
120-65 route bf Clemso
night to move within I6
of Selvy's 32,538 four-yeat
With eight games left oz
Forest's regular schedule
ric has a 50-50 chance to
the first 3,000-polnt sco
coUege cage history.
Syracuse, meanwhile,
petacula r upset wl
core a 74-70 triumph ov
y Cross the nation's 15th
ed quintet. Victors In on
of their prevous.13 gam
aniemen gained the
aean i6ophoiore Oary Cai
oid three field goals In t
75 seconds after Holy Cro
nled back from a 33-27 h
leficit to go ahead, 88-67
IP than two minutes lft
San Francisco, the co
No. 2 team, defeated Loy
os Angelesn 65-, and
ranked Cincinnati routed
83-4, but North Carollan
ied out of the Atlantic
Conference lead when
reexed to a sdrprlsingly
1-U8 triumph.
In other important cam
light, guard Ed Harrlwon
2 pnts as Richmond de
irglnia Tech, 70-95, an
Wlned first place In the I
rn Conference while Rhb
and downed Colgate, 87-8
Richmond, which now 1
-1 Conference mark led
. 32-31, at the half an
actually out-shot from the
3-22. The loss was V
ech's.-1th straight ane
)urth time this season
st despite a hbkher fiel
ital than its foe.


Pony Loc

The Standings
M. R. A. ............... 5
Buick ................. 1
Motta ............... I
C. P. 0............... 0

The Atlantic Pony League aft-
er being hampered by rain the
first two weeks of the 19f5 sea-
son finally got underway. The
Mt R. A. team under Noel Gib-
son seems to be the class of the
league this year and at present
Is undefeated. Buick and Motta
each have on win.Buick has
played two tV arid Mott and
C. P. 0. one tie ach.
Charlie French and ranches
of M R. A. are the leading pitch-
Ser with two victories each.
Trench and Don Brude lead In
home runs with two eac. Other
home n hitters are, anche,
rIa.z Werei and 'tobn a
Games re pl ayed every Mon-
day, Tuesday. Wednesday and
Thursday, at Coco BoUto. Game
time is 410 p?.C
The lagu sil n need of
umpureas etc. Any
one to hea out the
boys an urged to come to the
Cco Solto pak.
an runs, Mad two erro-s. Winning
pitcher was Pate of M ti.

W I Pet.
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Womack 5-3 In Twi-Loop

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUO Womack started a rally in the
STANDINGS top of the seventh but the Le-
'am-W L --g n boyt eame up with a rally
Lucky Strike ............4 1 lling double play to end the
American Legion........4 3 Xame and leave two baserunners
Womack Distillers ...... 3 3 stranded.
7461st Signal ............1 5 Danny BgRler was the losing
Sunday's Game pitcher giving up I hits. 7 walks
American Legion and stiWing out 9 batters. Ma-
s. -kosky walked 6. allowed only 3
Lucky strike hift and sent 9 batters down on
WomackDitillers strikes..
Ys. Buddy Vols of American -Le-
7441st Sa nal tado and John Riley of Womack
American Legion bumped the were Vhe leadiln batters of the
Womack Distll o f second same with each team collecting
place and handed Distillers' an two singles in three tripe.
hopes in the first half t 0oltde- The box score:
eating the Womack nine by a i. DW sawr- AB R N
5 to 3 score .0 atWednesday W. MeKeown, s. ........4 0 1
niaht at Balboa madulm. Soott. Sb ................3 1 0
Womack got off to short Olud.c .................2 1 1
lived one run lead in the n 1t e ehette. ct ............ 01
and the Legion comply dIt Carln. tb ..............2 1 l
up with fa rno hrf of Wiker. rf ..............2 0 0
the inning. Whi rank o Charles rf ............. 0 n
k was holding the Wom i e. if .............. 0 i
check the tgelnar i 7 ji. MoKoown. 2b....... ...
two run In the ontRi" Budd p ...............2 0 A
Vols's torrid t /-
the gtod I M3 ItnL_ v d LAfon-
bit ofthe gume "l 1 Sdmaru ............. 1 a

ruxh MWd wI|w ef ............. I
Glad, Wl to 3 Or^/ E'l, ....... I; |

With the'da .**anho
Riding of wild hoses and fie't
and buoidglit of leoti
SThis show hasu oremad
California, SplF, PruCe WMd M-.l
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row; Bl ghfs Also. i Place Of 3
1.,0-n CO-Of D

Sthe Sodamen had defeatedthe
re ?the champion CVYankeesat the '
"Char- Stadium and CV manager Albert le, m _
While Kubeki the Polish gentleman es
be the from Baltimore, Md., had just
eres of stepped out of the shower, a We" .-,
towel around his middle. St.g ...
e Cha- A reporter greeted Kubskt, SmioaboV.l ._
es, bulls "Hello At, who are you takias Aother- e whncuYu
hey will to Caracas in place o Pritt? bem Sm
OIt with- Catcher an d fSe.
eared in eviln s WhirwinAl
a'.= & .s B wa hi, true
lete se l h. inish VV ,e I ban der we Va.
t three a smile, "What about
rth. a o .t n a ; o V tory"Clarke lad a loud
of the NEW YORK, Feb. 4 (UP) player rete d
lls. Kid Gavilan's whirlwind finish lark d a poor resIII
a oml i n the 10th round tonight gave year," id KubtRi, "*1
w ad miaVs- him a comeback victory over now tht.
ed front middleweight Ernie Durando on stuff, and a e .
sa unpopular split 10-round de- Another Coti'Dll
oislon before 6.208 In Madison "What about Cla-rki
Square Garden. ment?" '
SO Gavilan, a 4-1 favorite, gain-
ed the divided decision: but the Kubaki, sMtill defedI
crowd booed the verdict for more replied. "We know .
" than five, minutes. predictable aol.
-_aJudge Artle Aldala favored guy's been to at 4
Ssbass, 5-4-1, and j judge er s e hae a te
e Dick pIT GA ace o Mark Cona voted for BDarando, can e take the
DoseIn t iHant o aTb Take h the m d thing e of the Y 7-3. The United ress had Ga- most hel the tap .
o. 6erIn a olu.inr of .1b ,i rilays his pitching form. esho, win- 'l"an ahead, a-4 "e.. Ft O y AeIm
S' r a Mpp g 1i dertons durin the latsea Cuban "Keed," launching l ,
Snine- on. will most likely be the hurler Monda night c his campaign to recaptu s e e voa es.
Id elaim Panama 4 champixCda.110*04e. The JApsare ached- 147-pound crown and"to" al'
biggest iled to arve at U'ocume~ mtroP tomorrow tightat 9:30 pm. lenge again for the middleweight the S A.
on light 501. kIeserved seat series tickets ($5.00) went on sale title, showed some of his former X "ul.
, .V- i morning at the Universal Exportorporation office. vn he class in.spurts but generally was A eu withl .
r other tickets will go on sale Monday morning. shower than before his defeats the reporter left
d.. i.n cha mpion gBob 010e last ,ight fo '.w tasu i al
nlat do wo C aby Sextonand middweightde nt 0 6 he O -
id N' In aP enlouT loBt obto Olsonerloeed of tt s ayear./n an e onadh 'Q .

i rn h o a onl s. x .8 hwls drivth neal ln However, he displayed pow r hta 'k
Sfpoints v f H s t w0er Pow ellse1s t with his left hooks and ho m

i ncmar T ooins (1:3 peO.) ih 195Ran ae a t ard I W hl afl'A DC mIb a A A 3
r marC., odt w tothrew enou h boomin rights tofeel kindOf
nky eW o hi s n prove ththatr L right fA injured wa m about oe
. Hom ly aie bya pais of osfo e N u e.rly last year, was in excellent playing, ro king

Become Ou 9n55 a dano p th e ist e r unwith e condition now la. Ye nks wou soon a
rer In t i r d urando forced the fihtl in .Ho, there s.
.sprmangu tla' Nso tlhamplons of 19h54, had to play every round as histlgh .rOapp-a.i .i te fr ."
At l antcs, a _-,as.ano.nineioneninge to turn'the tr icknent backed f aw, lback next yenr.
oen tWon sLot P t. but they succeed in batting the Bayonne d beler na Ed unx- .
Ver H- Powells. ... .... 6 1x .857 wells drive for an early clinch-pectedly well against the Classy Diablo Snnn .
S-rank- Navy e.... 4 1 .800 e on t he n '55 season with a pairlCuban. However, at no time didG r in
' fouh .... .... r.... 1 3 .250ot f runs In the ninth that gave slugger Ernie have the t Ha1vana Hol MA O CIs"
er ith C aanovu o ....0 e .000|thq. tars a7 to 5 win. ahort sht sho t1at ou jo ble.
A ercawA wentL D tefelistsue for Duieftdo' H
hs ta Tho urday Nir hts hi lMd lth.e winners a despite tnhe 13 a left Thook w41. l undl l A hod.
the on- CHtS. 9 wCanovas 3 Lhitd given up, he managed tosthat0 i okdno. l-champ Ule meet -atheslt
's t a Navy7 POWzII, rowbs 5 nIl though In the clutch and sideways Intobthe bJust bIE- Clubhose, N..
F with l p 5,held oor gamely, a arently gain- fore the bell and a rothmr left nit.- .
i.n the T omiorrowi Game (1:30 P.m.) Ing strength as th e game pro-nhook .inthe ourd esioh'that Aill3 utbAPh reW
I the u..S. vs a.manova dressed, to, wlin 7 to S. stis aered The KeeA ftor'a second:r attern .
,t,, hs -r fro ICisSin h 10 8I w his in the first three in- but Gavvy cameI th n back. T
' o b -b ninr oftf .th Navy hurler failed Gavilan, using .abs t .o GOLF
a'12a- Of The Atlantic Twi-Night dou- to Rve Powells a run while Navy keep at a distance, did mdat of Jack Fleck shot* tree
I 2"t- bleheader at Mt. Hope Standiumwas knocking out four hits In his asmage with left ooks and par 67 d m
drop ud-elrov evoenung of e nik the first franee, couple owith a imeakerrightns. In the seventh roundfi erIn
r p provided It's are o surprise atr of error, which netted a session, Gavvylanded nine Open Golf nm
Coas for .the Gold Coast fans. Not igthree runs. But lPowell sod h to e In tar el up
e lthatl thme f nst game was too scored four. n the 4th and an. sucessoi. ..the cold winds.
D -imueh O a id prise, for the per- other tat in n the .fifth tht, but There were no knockdowns.
108 lastlrormances of- e Casanovasmnine for the cOnfidence of his man.-Gavilan's nose bled slightly In the
S lt thus far this season has b ieen Lager, might have caused the re. fourth round, and Durando's M
scored such 'that Jno one expects that moVal of kowan. cheeks were puffed and purple. Ent _-_Today % ,
S- they will ever post a game in the Navy knotted the count In vll's next bout o the eore
South- :win column. But with Cristo- their half of the fifth frame with comeback trail, will be a 10-' "MAN FROM CAE10U
, bal's 9 to 8 victory, the Tigers two runs and front there on out rounder with Bobby Jones of
Od Is-broke into column and Rowain'bbame a tough custom- 1Oakland, 'Calif., at Miami, Fla.,i Howard Diuff I* took a firm hold on third place er. During the lat four Inningson Feb. 23. The bout will be tel-5I "S P'A C SW A Y S ]
b. o in the Twi-loop stambino's. Powells hitters could chani up evised natoIally, aU was last
floor, in the first game and after the'around until the seventhas hen ance assumed him a TV bout Phil Carey,n'.
lhhfateful fourth frame when' the Noel Gibson lost his control nd with Tony Anthony of New York Roberta R nes In
A ha Tivers from Crstobal qent 10 eraveuto 3 walkp and a single to at Brook yns Eastern Parkway, "TI=E ,ZAWAN"
I b h asbetters to the' plate and scored the Navyfpitcher that gave tl iFeb. 21. Rta -A1.wo In
" gaseven runs. the s ue was never defending champs, two runs and The gross gate last night for roe Sam Te.'
in doubt. Two asanova pitch- victory, the first Garden fight tu r I
en. PeresNand ))epominae were 14061. Gibson, making is weeks was$21,958.

punched against PeraIn the 195. Rowan adD efed material a

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S nt- committeee today. mbpeaf ed turf0 Justie eartm
,"Let the people know the truth and the country is s4f' -Abraham Lincoln. te.fyublicly Tuesday In he
.e ANA .,Into every orr he law Usti t.'
____.__ ______ _____.______ utteredin earlier appearances be- s xpect further d
.. .....---PANAMA, IL.P., W-IDAY, F3RU- -95 Soe. William E enner (R-md.) ,Ui SB he li ed rtet
still actbg subcommittee char- s o, ubcom e
ubldeo roi c ohum an, said the senators "want to mitt bsom. eslyin
Srat ogr re Pl today talng ty Dse the hhwawhat kime offcal 10 nd. Jame 0. recordthe ph s) aid, tMahe article

TheBlowing and drifting anow hnand re wa o Nebrk wd averages of 6 to nche ele i reor stiganied under Democrati Jackson said M
o Rd DRw sCab'driv- o will Invesaid the group wanteron d find ao h ed a e in the fa
E W u e n Kansaa, dIhNebraska, Ioa, th Sharply colder temperature into "every word" of Matuiow. tM how sorry e wa
our and uth Dakota ad ranging down to 5 below ero at testimony to find out what mal anal n -m wt
Sno letup waten e in a ght or many li dney, Neb., accompanied the him tick. U nOWtire i hampa

& hiu o faream untdwt tomorrow. fmi torm and made of sthe snow l, h meied to cgrealona wi h commi. SO atuisba lir
Aigt 'beOA.M.,gin near-b'lvard.,niped the beai-hdriftlthe so rlnte In southwest t rai l e r a"n tand at government trials of slg. Nn t
cote drafmdoerIwas e@ nloswint sleranth dareda ommttteeroeyntIlaflon12 inches of snow.TSen.oJames0.Eastland(tD N e

mmi art oln d e wI Great Plainstodaystaling au- v dfty4 Dom es the .aytao so s aeonffivite ln the. 1n hr, ,l Cc
murdca erwed. Gs.reat laoinghtsoa soverlI au- wslllit oee-4 D mile. ttheha only one open ThirteenInches of snow wereMl.).slated to take over as ehairl i H llressional Ri

1mur der ed A. A !ons arda t-rn ee om a ide thBe riler
_ __ |___ I~a.VKide nd drftean sn blowing nw VidbflHty In their through three drifts. reported at Horton, an., an .man of the subcommittee when it h ancl

The blowing o.** aLeges l h .i nd Jury d* lobcks on saiw~i dl cn A td s
S- ldlolni ano rtn snowaa indona 43,Cwas, auso Nebraska w td from avgeso 9 inches else- Is rorganized under Democratie o a
petital .ede. up_ as much as 13 iancespoo."Btweresoditoon end to$, to wherboin tre thestate. control, said e a t Tei 'i ihe men

rwdetheilfl.Jou! Ct'wr ere also s Thddeltfe oeRtreoare 6f n r e tu- td The doen th win
no leu waso sigtt zor mar. ranin do M luwn ton a5nut be ert tinylt *in otwa ae colot n th e Adan Zone -u fine. wltve a
'.o wit o Ire r deep in Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, O -0---- ----- Sharply.M colder temperature into "every word" of Matusow's ho hw sorry he aa
Dearso an d hdo wntttoh5beltowrd zs atglng _down o atotestwo hearinydto n1out ou mwhat l ug r pDAMbZn c -mu- e
:..noletup wasInmiigh troromanynI h e e dothehim .n". a the
dtstor and made the snow light .i -i-,-
*, tadeareas until tomorrowk- SWedney.., Neb. accomni tue.i t we want etoer he iS PerteI aoaa n f, I e mayd'_ e _C
,- Ca y's Ire a northeastern idinitDakota had 3 to 6 inch- Ash or fowl," Jenner agreed. A.' Gladys C. ao~welli
wardr2 Sto..... ad of snow with more expected. Matu.ow has been ordered to ap- known Canad z one a t e ne

tr.Armyuthe exasamehade, ereme ab afdavits he issued re ohat lightedsw at the entrance
t tuhe e a east Kansasad Into central _i committees and others. In two neby dha cae o
Ie.fles... g ... ..[.....i I the gra nd J ury does not finish. te lobby. The exhibil will c onr o
WA I, Fb (UP River st NetWIorkngaf d6oMd Eloewhere In Texas and .o. |i ith him by Tuesday, the congres- titus throughoUt the month of
a Mass.,Feb.S(Up)Ri vert Nw YorkC iydl yedhorns, there was ra 9stozial investigation will open at FebruMay. The unusual
ac -, a M 5 Bei. an Army! the docking of the French 1Mrh "the earliest possible date.' neu w ran. lil,
ier wmoia sto nell Sen jo. ILiberte for two hours and posed L-The bizarre case of the turn The studies are done In water- n w t
V R. eCthy (Ri-Wis.) wbeth a .Lnavigation. probelM for tugs.Ci- ,abn bout witness also took a oliticul color and depict well-m Zone t l
"Widertanbi At pui Vaoata c0 turn when Eastland sail thie sb- Panama birds, as wen s oMWd w ibedbyChar
Ions..ilp Nve f i nelro.pter carried a loa. ofa n W.l Fr-o committee is interested In Matu. less familiar ones. The- art is.eotdo asistant proo.e
t-o mth'I mlalkdtlyond; .it,^n. le- on t r o d.csow's a ctivities in the 195iuele- not consider he bar Iwolor, to r
S=M r-caty eaIeltjbaead 4 lS ockedIin ChesHpH Ieakea31ne. ,Ianu mebeuZ tion. ,H maid Matusmow spoke a-'be scientific drawingere ut rather published ina
6iss at A'mauluAme Ct assmus A Co"atn aGuar cutter &W Bn ast Demoerautic senatorial can. ImpressionIsti ske ale a s he Ie Mitayo
fs, %ea"vewent tod tihe aid o eiivessels Cdhert onant, Washington aw the birds, withadiefeencesee ad a lws
r*berolhe eeeii'u Gove Nee, nor-th 7 h t.o. R.niff CnMatusow. a self-roclaimed ex.
1. .depa i eL All public schools Omaha, Canal Zone community Chest a us, -ai eIveroalm ti fine of the Ma n
a pe e. lic n n i s are en red to Communist, testfie several tims The tudie were made while otbr b u .ewhen part
i t most were c V at k'an- by chairman Will Arey to dnthee UOtee p ashw living in ahillsidecot- military a w
esubuerba2natOfa. Cy s.reesentativesi participating fie Relations and Far Eastern a- Mpeleowthe Jumed
oa "I were frMead to nhut eools. annual member- port Owen Lattimore. He has "aft .to Balboa, where the. conditions Te develop.
Au two -y ars too, 4L io, se, h super- do.. .. 'p., h meeting at the Balboa fesmed" be gave falseevidenc, a- are not so favoralite for first- drainage proliei
sis .,te Army, reserve virteudeo f h w..swt out V.iSr. -.f Onhr 100thfblrth'Mrn Mettle AngusY.M.C.A. next Wednesday at 730 galnst Lattimore. hand study, she hopes toIone- ed the l nstallat
Sm t hs tatu tes whether the MOulden v Pte ldent ELsenhower at tins White ouseanP.M. Matusw aeb was a witnessCo t mm le data about t-e individual r sewer. A
-y ea rs. .any i a hs-aWhen 8h h hoewmw desirous of becoming two hearings In 1952 on Co mmu. blrds for.p ble:er public a-ton was t
S' -.Is t flt .~ ture in her bolk. M rs. .ou~ld~n s a re e m bers in th hes ,teen w h old con--, -. eefot
g.- him thvaoirptucof PrhesWhidente ArHome L~e~tNp.I program are being told a con-t'n with. 36-inch pie
i~ve' ,m~e1pon ,wasu l tsudrie' bacgroistructlon the White HoMie .dyew,,athi e tact Arey or any other member f Mu?5 BEelUt 1 10i1) iare,
,aiut- .aiesa a,-1,1Z.thebackg DO uir IMrs Mi ulden's daughter, Mrs. of the board of directorss.nUti- I bffdR flt e!L
The agenda for next Wednes,- others w dtoin ro
'a e IU elCaeday's 'metg "includes the r rm- RIP"Subiud;-chaitm Oll C oin
waU.. 7-ties and the election of new wasnyaMonatwTsnt a
n, i-S v ase,Masmembers to the board of direc- DA TexasUFeb manl two ye ago thate heostartedrel
N lhS'--- 0.1Askew, treasurer, will review the Ing all outstanding 'Mid-Conti-on tile si

*Mirh.wben WASMiNdM Feb. 5 (UP) -[MMMOn MUY gI O
i tK.VW Coo. fete- :" Interior Douglas' o f, ,,, "'P I-l, M
.cor ... zMcaKy .UTtbay approval of '-
B Jfii n .ki'il ui statehilod fot Hawaii is "a 'must' a, d It
Sof national.,"but that the ad- CHICAOO, Fb. 6 (UP) The. control, and to give it pre
.w.. gol tWaI gey. .nmin trationi ,W opposes imme- gov tOday filed a notIce rence over competitors.
e'go. diate adt.sslsa of Alaska. of eal rdn the. December 3. That trade was restrained
imn cited recent "Ha w* Is fully qualified for decil.on. ..U District Judge In the sale of comniercially va-
whl mM statehood, asks for nothing more ,Walter 3,. .L y thbwling out liable chemical products to com.
i y: rsodn who : a- I1 eilead o nothing less, the ivil ani-trust suit against E. petiltors.
.th .U... Ar. a l. I. DuPont de Nemours and Co. 4. That competition was res.
Sov- Mc y testified on two bills and associated&1idustrles. trained.
pcotrol, for smulmeous admission of 5. That the tendency of the
Sof service Ala d Hawai Into the Tbe notice ._ttacked Labuy's DuPont OM relationship was
i ea-w .1e' Unlo a se said statehood for ruli on .fl phases of' the t9ard monopoly.
t arvql carq Hawall qa ."mut," but that each go e ets aUegaonsl cen r I.n its suit, the government had
Pl e.t at iou "stand ta .l .which dealt *1illf tht to force DuPont and thi
S. on I tson e t and be jilded DuPo' relionshlp with DuPont family to disposed of
a a ArMy on its w merits." oral n. .The govern-hodings in GM and in US Rub.
ested Mt a "p etly, I do notf re- meat t suit largest -ber on grounds they had s
d ga Wmmq ro actment of the two everI attepted om thpFstand- monopoly. The portion of thi
a'.. d bls In present form," he polttt of corporate values involv- government's original suit deal.
Sp paPrt ofs ad. ed, charged DuPont exercised ing with US Rubber was nol
.. wall is "well qualified" Po- undue control over 14. mentioned In the notice of ap-
*sgdinde iuihati .b litt ally, eaonomicaly and cul- peal.
ta statehood, McKay The case had been in the Crawford H. Greenwalt, presi.
Ul^ Mlsaid. ae sald the territory has coupts nearly 54 years when La- dent of DuPont Issued thl
drafted adopted a conintu- buy o ast Dec. 3 ruled against statement: "We-.had hoped thai
tion to hake effect as soon as the. government. It was filed the clear-cut vindication of th(
...4.,, ite granted. June 30, 194; company and -4e ether defen-
e- sal territory's taxpay- dants by the United States Dis-
ner .I"hav.lg paid virtually all Attorneys believed the Su- trict Court in Chicago, which
S.e .of the xpes incident to the preme Court might be able to heard detailed testimony In this
J ..a- c conduct the present territorial rule on' the government's peth- case for many months, would
qsrky's eot government." tion by a year from this spring, have convinced the Department
', Aa "for Alaska, he emphasized The government asked that the of Justice that no further con-
9, ,a difflcult*p a new state overn- supreme tribunal review the en- tnuance of this already protract-
S for .. meat weuld have in admn r- tire transcript ofthe case. ed litigation was necessary."
It. "Vas t trackless reaches" in t on was nee-."
.te terr8ir. OoGyernmient attorneys alleged
SoUg but a w uren such government alle Dismissal Of Key I
oi" .an o n aht t .ll ," he said. I i Ahe. DuPoLattcompanyl or
__ ,__e_ by ie.action 123 per l Ap Lattimore
', .. "": o f G M o ln 1 918, h a d in ef-
11 .'.h flO feet a working control through-
ffw- #out theperitod of the govErnMent
a complaint.' WAIB GTON. Feb. 5 (UP)-
'-Is p1Yt purpose f the Du, e .erenment announced to.
A Post stock tiylng move was to dIy t'wil appeal U.S. Judge Lu-
S? their W. Youngdahl's dismissal ol
I./?y'e|# key perj ury charges against
-Owen Lattilmore.
SLYWOOD F eb. 5 (UP) -. The U.S. Court of Appeal last
'Crooner DIck S ayMs. resumed e*ar year rejected a similar Roven-
CaSl^ifornia td ay In the lidv 3 W meantt appeal from Youngdahl's
fei1forna Se h l dearn toda wIn the action In throwing out two al-
face oS a court heari which most identical counts against
may. force him te pay h for- the Far East expert.
mar w~f ,8a00 f ony. The an clamement of the ap-
w t1@40 pea r fdrelatis,'ft Co. w OI or,.who sught unsuccess-
court- yesterday to be received apiet tow bidder on ech. oi Iy to e Youngdahl to dis.
M^nr by a bo#r .# *de who dia- two conrMtet for the I' alify himselffromhearin the
atladam U ^ deda v e we t .order and paolitiUg ia nuumr of ca ee on grounds of persoriMal btias
Haymee to reappear Feb. 4 an: apartentsTInthe Bfavor of te Johns Hopkins
S ^thrah out the dis<- 3and. Dble-o districts, bdis versilty profesr.
e ith Nora ditn wh -opened ydiet* Judge Bolit a J. Laws
th room. oU.S. district court for the
1:7 P 5t laymes left California last triada BuHding. iet of Columbiab outponed
aMA wiM W. -vile. Rit a more's perjury trial. slated
coutt ruled The bid of 1.09.45 W*u tArt Feb. 14, until the Ap-
h d wife $3800. ed 6y the compcm y f.r Is Court acts o wRove' 'ap-
Th fOellowed. terlr planting of. .. ..
Pounders, rPqMA and two !Youngdhlsotlast
:,fr El- Item l1MaP .8 o a

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results 01 ofle d15 iunu-ramsing
effort conducted by the Commu-
nity Chest and list the alloca-
tions payable to each of the 12
participating agencies from a-
mouhts realized.
' Funds received and pledged
for Chest activities have been
given a boost to a total of $27,-
867.35 upon the receipt of two
Dost-campaign contributions, one
from Samuel Friedman of Pana-
ma and another from Home
Products International Ltd. of
New York.
Motorcycle Victim
Albert Schwalm, 16,
Still Unconscious
Albert Schwalm, a Curundu
teen-ager whose motorcycle
crashed into a building two
weeks ago, has not regained con-
sciousness and is still on the
critical list.
The 16-year-old American boy
Is In Gorgas Hospital where he
has been confined since his ac-
cident, Jan. 21. He received a rib
fracture which punctured his
lung and head Injuries.
Young Schwalm had Just pur-
chased the motorcycle and was
taking It home to Curundu when
the accident occurred.

Perjury Charges
STo Be Appealed
tal which they regard as very
Youngdahl, salty former Re-
publican governor*of Minnesota,
threw out four of t ha.even
counts In the governim l-
Sginal Indictment of i
for alleged perjury in
before te Senate subcoottee.
SThe appeals court subsequently
upheld Youngdahl's dismissal of
he s6-called "key count" of the
indictment which accuseLf .
tlemore of lying when he 1lAi
he had ever been "a symnpadmW
or any kindof a prohtoter -
communism or Communist in-
t erests."
The appellate court reinstated
two of the count Youngdahl
threw out and upheld him on
another, leaving Intact five of
'the original charges.
The government then obtain-
ed a new Indictment which omit-
ted the word "sympathier,"
which Youngdahl attacked a
vague. It accused the Far Eat-
to sxpeciatist of lying in denying
h had nevr been a "follower
t the Communist line" or a
plemoter of communistt later-
t' ..
Tounglahl threw out the new
t Jan. 18 as n"Irmles
S obeoure." He aid to tr LJt4
oW M e. h chaff-"would
S-precedented and would
4geke a dabm of t e
j*^^^^ ^^^B-y^ ^HRW

cent convertible debentures on
March 7, Chas. E. Beard, presi-
dent of Braniff, announced to-
The Issue- of $2,000,000 of which
approximately $1,950,000 is out-
standing was made by Mid-Con-
tinent Airlines May 1 1951, and
is due May 1, 1.M-Biraniff as-
sumed responslbl t.-for the Is-
sue at the time l?-Conti$ent
and Braniff merged in Augvst,
The debentures are redeemable
at 103 per cent of principal a-
mount plus accrued interest.
Holders at their option mat con-
vert to common stoa of Braniff
Airways at the rate 'of about
$16.66 per share prior -to the re-
demption date.
Redemption of the entire out-
standing Iusue Is being handled
by the Guaranty Trust Company
of New York.

that during the
t Mansfield he
of an article by
e leftwing magas
es, Actually, he
appeared In the
record where any-
t up.
atusow "tephop.
il of 1953 to state
s for having born
alnqt me" during
m. .


method and the
wh a 150-foot
a In the Canal
SLo Rio a Is da-
'lea McO: randl
wt manager at
1, hi an article
recent lassue of
Mtant superin-
Balboa Field Of-
tenance Divislon
the old Corozal
s developed tnd
dentlai townsite
sent created a
m which requir-
,ion of a. large
art of this in-
Splacing of a
r a dista0e of

at trafftl*j the
mdI stated. n his
problem waa solv-
ual wiy-4,y in-

stalling a drain pipe by means
Section Of B lboa ckin r n. Al-
Section Of DBollb though this metbo of bntamlg
Commissary Roof *"I'mwas develop =&nwyears
O M SS y 0 no and haseban used re-
tyu in the. Vnlted State.
To Be Replaced Brand beLevthat this wasth
first Instance 6f Its use in the
Cecil A. High, with an offer Canal Zole.
of $3,526, was the apparent low By Jacking the big drain un-
bidder from the two bldl recelv- der the railroad and two high-
ed for the work of- replacing a ways, the eqpetnvo and tedious
section of roof over the main Job of cutting an open ditch was
building of the Balboa Commis- avoided. j'hlid latter and more
sary Retail store. Bids were usual method would have re-
opened yesterday morning in the quired supi for the many
Board Room of the Adminitra- large und nd utilities asidt
Uon Building, from other ifficulties involved.
The work will consist of re- BALBOA TIDES
placing the present roof with a
built-up asphalt type roof with SUNDAY. P. 6th, 1955
a gravel topping. It is to be Low I lih
completed during the present 2s8 a.m&. ist .m.
dry season. gils; p.m. 9;44 p.ig.
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