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


Subjects / Keywords:
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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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eIIO oS on last kIun, a PORT SPAIN, Trinidad, United Nat Ions ambassador times it is beat to keep the oth-
SFrench govern spokes- Feb. 5 ( )- Princess Margaret Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., indicat- eelow sing." *
The death t october of fiv maen disclosean for Henri leaves British West Indian ed a conference with President s Nther Lodge nor other U.S.
ath t October o five the stomach of all the children A spoken for Henr today for a brief side Fsenhower today that U.S. Far officials would discuss for the
LironemeCahorrera. after an them, Esurzo Martinez also tary of state for Atomic re- cal tradition as "Robinson is "to keep the other fellow tNo Communist Migs by Ameri-
L brio, small a e o nis Of seab era occurred twoL i s o oe the owamne oco u
anti-malarial drug was adminis- had eaten a lar e quanty of search, said the blasts occurred usoe's island." guessing." can lighters over the Yellow Sea
tered by lbrook Air Force guav seeds. mlao ad between September and No. Queen Elizabeth's 24-year-old Lodge talked with the Presi- west of Korea.
ery tor has been blamed small absceses on his liver. member. sister, who learned about Trini- dent for about an hour over Nor was anything final imme-
on "nutrition, age, race and un- "The doses of chloroquine (ad- Other unofficial reports" at dad's admiration for royalty on breakfast and spent another diately forthcoming about whe- --- 0--- -
known elements." minister by. Dr. Batnes) were the time said one of the was a trip yesterday to San Fernan- hour discussing the Formosan their the United States and Na- TOKYO Feb. 5 (UP)-A
In a repor the clinical x- e amount for these cas- believed to have been hydro- do, is allowing an extra 30 min- crisis with the president's White tionallst China will evacuate the UP)-American Sabres shot
smination of the viscera of the es," the report said. gen bomb. utes today for unschedul e d House aides. Tachens, a beleaguered chain is- two Communist Mig-15s over international waters
ive children, between the ages The Panama City coroner con- The Soviet Unlon has made roadside "appearances." and of the Red Chinese coast Korea toda
leased yesterday, Panama coron- toxic reaction accidentally pro- pected the 40-mile drive south indicated the United States is defend them against invasion. he U.S. Air Force said the Soviet-built jets
er Dr. Luis B. Casco Dia said duced n an unknown manner in C ito Ban Fernando to be some- considering a U.N. showdown Lodge would not give report- ed and the Sabres returned he fir hoon.tem d
all five e badly uIdernour- tGdividuals of abniorfmal physio- what of a procession, was amaz- with Russia on a Fonlmosa ers any assurance that the Srettrn et t
hed and had a 'quantity logical conditions" and the ad- ed when she returned five hours ceasefire. It appeared certain United States will make any The dogfight took place when four of the Russi
of intestinal parasit ministration of chloroquine "In later to find thousands of peb- that Lodge discussed this with move for a Formosan cease- built planes swooped down on an RB-45 making a rsc .
The chlidren--Estirzo Marti- therapeautle does." pie still lined ,up along the road. the President. fire at any particular time,
ez, 11 Argelle de la Cruz, 6; "The quantities of chloroquine She formally opened a new suggesting instead his "keep naissance mission over the Yellow Sea.
Dgna Salazar. ; Fracisco found in the t viscera examined l R uld highway named in her honor on But he emerged from his 'em guessing" attitude. While the four Mis pounded th
rent 3 and Gabriel Reves, ten were high tftt not lethal... pro- the way to the southern city, talks close-lipped. He said he He said the ticklish Far East- s n reconnaisn
months-died following 'the ad- ablz death was due to an idio- and while she was there she discussed the Formosa crisis, ern situation is under study and plane, four other Migs jumped the American escortif
ministration of chip ne by syneracy caused the .follow- Experiments are being con- dedicated the $10,000,000 colonial what the U.N. s doing about it, consultation. But he refused to jet fighters who were fng top cover
USA doctor-Capt. es 1 g factor n ,tritlon.-Age, race ducted by the Panama Canal hospital. and a wide range of possible fu- review for reporters details of Aid tha t
Barnes while on a good wil and unknown elements." Company on a less expensive and ture actions. But he gave no de- what moves are under study. He ir Force d that pilots of the Fourth Wi
medical tour to, the lttl rural "- more efficient means of under- During a tour of the hospital's tails. said he didn't want to put the returned the attack and shot down two of the Mi
community in Piamai ovce. i A m water blasting and breaking up wards, she spent some time at "If the other side holds Its President on the spot. x t k ,
Dr. Bar U s, 4 ffiht f f of large boulders which must be the bedside of a seven-year-old peace for a long period, some- Lodge said there obviously is .Th other Six attackers then returned to Csnwn5,i
eon at AbrO nertaen removed from the Panama Ca- who was recovering from an eye times it is advantageous to us, a wide range of possible moves, nist territory," it said.
to donate h' an efforts aa Taal prism. injury. But nothing, he said, can be
to helpthe slet in remote vil- W1 TE Boost The brown-skinned youngster disclosed about them at this The initial Air Force an- the Red air force threatenla
lages of PaOama. one experiment was made punctuated the princess's con- ual an "me. nouncement did not say whether the Tachen area has been boo,
I g es of e. perrm. S.,n. !I during November when the versation with smiles, nods and AIdl w hvo I He said there might be some- the Migs involved today were ed from 400 planes to80o0 plau
O He had been persons mefi- Dredging Division tried Plura- laughs, but was too excited to thing to say next week but not part of the Soviet or the Chinese The coastal air force now .
I lcal tors for x onth be ore jet-shaped charges on 'a large speak. AlIat now. Communist air force which to- eludes I-10 propeller-driven
the tra y, w .. t t.9 P)---Rus- boulder weighing approximately When he was asked later what PU IKU U talks 8,00 planes in the Far East tacker. La-ll propeller.dfl
8CQaser B f g.t ac~gi t l atoAft- energy to 120 tons and located 35 feet un- the princess talked about, he fighters and Tu-4 roella
S-- boost her agrlctutirkl output, der water in" the Gaillard Cut shook his head In puzzlement. WASHINGTON. Feb. 6 (UP Clashes between American driven light bombers, 18
Radio Moscow reported today. 60 feet west of tjxe center line He couldn't understand. -Adlai E. Stevenson said today and Soviet planes have been fighters and To-4 -
A MorOW broqaUst monitored of the Canal channel. the United States should "exer. more frequent, with Soviet drivn four-
else restraint" in the Far East fighter pl. attkt re- b which
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ange f two feet ue Si Festval nominee or Pre So ern pan, The CheseCommd have don of fat torpedo boa
f t.0) wit ,tr marked atoms square, in whi a the charges yesterday drew Isthmins to ed what he thought of thFeb. 5 (UP Prime Minister rushed expanon of their naval Communist submarine w r
Brlish' 'Me adrift with 2 s eblad scientists to deter- were securely wired. With the Morgans Gardens near Mira- elgn situation. t's eIchr Matoyama said here to- expan sion of the npaval asCm gned the area a
Smen aboitrd was saved frqm na what fertilizers are best assistance of a hydrographic en- flers, by the scooter-full Obviously Itink er day that although advocating east na o tal re lon p-an incread number of motb
-east Chi catlonallsr-ed IOU r- ane incsea nd -numbe of morfb
menacg reefs today w absorbd-by -lants," the broad- gineer, who sounded and bou- erythl went off as plan- tcaln i international "co-existence" he pose NationalT and landing crat
helicopter attached a line roa cat and added. that aclen- ed the boulder so that the blast- ned, even the weather. ent won d be well for us to "will not allow Communism to ce Nla8is a Chinse military ave been slghted.
ret memb th at ll forms doe st runwilddlp no" allow Com m sources said here today.
a tug to the ship. usts hav'discovered that radio- er could place the charge accu- The festival was right up to remember that Formosa doesn't run wild Insiade Japan."
The 19,600-ton British subma active substances considerably rately, Dredging Division em- the high standard set In previ- belong to the Uinited States. nor Hatoyama explained his at- They said the Reds "obviously" Meanwhile in Loadon, Ruesi
:rine d.pot ship Motlare, wi- increase cotton yields and do ployes carefully lowered and ous yeas, accordi to well- does i beong to Red China" titude toward Communism in a are trying to offset the rapidly was re ted trying to Joi u
out engine power, had been wa away with the need for root placed the frame in position. Informed, cake-bearing sourc- he said. "It doesn't belong to press conference on arrival from gro w I n g American military with itish Commonwealth
lowing off the southwest tip of f er. Radioactive substances After the bo Ider was broken up es. apybod. Tokyo to begin a stumping tour might In his war-tense area nations today a a referee la
England in a gale that was drv- are, also widely used for stock- by the shaped charges, the rex- of Southwest Japan. an4 said the buildup increased the Formosa fua.
Ing her toward the dread reefs farming specially n feed- cavation of the debris was sue- He emphasized that his gov- chances for at least "clashes"
of the Scl Isle g." cessfully completed by the ernment's attempts to seek dip- when the Tachen evacuation s But Brtain, while litenin
SAn assotrd fleet of Royal fiNa-s c dredge Cascadas. lomatic relations with Russia called for. the views of this strange
andy tugb 11 i rplanes, fr an r ant It has been estimated that are not intended to compromise fellow, was reportedbtend
and a a prsue e normally this operation would or weaken the position of the Chinese military sources listed the view that the Fornosa Iit
brMontela hours after ds have Involved the manning and western powers in the cold war these Communist efforts to tlon sLould be left to d
broke Three Demands nutting into operation one of or shake Japan's position among strengthen the Red striking pow-a while and perhaps sol
up tobee g--.d the Panama Canal Comnany's the free world nations. er in the Tachen area: out with some jogs throughI
times tun rdt 6.e rift- two drill boats. The four shared "Cooperation with the United vate diplomacy Instead of b
S harpoon s linP e tes drLf tllvi charges cost about $12 while the States Is Jaian's basic line." he 1 Almost 1,000,000 men stirred up ith dramatic
ing ship a times they drill boat for one shift would said. "I do not believe that the have been brought down and hastily prepared ceasefire
broke loose. pe. u have cost several hundred dol- negotiations will harm relations stationed sang the coastal a- In Seoul, South orn
froThen the heliceher bas ed o WERL. Germany, Feb, 5 (UP) lars. between the two countries. I rea from Shanghai to Canton. eign minister Pyun B
rover the tWboatn aon ---Op. Joseph Casavant, of the believe the United, States trusts' Of these some 150,000 are vet- said there is a "great po e
over the twuboat nI an R--al 22. Canadian l an *. Japan, and Russia is not say-i eran Chinese Comm u n s t ty" that a U.s.-Communla wogll *
spoohled e iclter then has been ordered b hi~ sergeant room do ing that Japan should change troops who gained frontline na clash over Formosa
flew to he Mnae reeling to row a mustache Ha Aits pro-American attitude for aj experience In the Korean war. create an emergencyy alts
out the 1 On e The reason skullduggery on Has Plans To Avert pro-Russian stand." 2. In the past two months in Korea.
SCrewmen at 'he big ship took the part of twin soldiers, Joseph ..
the helicopter's end of the line, and Alme Casavant. War In Formosa
made it fast and relaxed for the Aile failed to sw up in ersonnel Goes One Way, Transport The Other
SIra.o se snine last undgnt. The lItpe for a .mor lng scrubbing DJAKARTA,. Feb. 5 (UP) -P

tu towed the onicl-are away sdeson after his weekend leave. Indonesian Prime Minister All
from danger. Jseph, discovering the absence, Sastroamidjojo is moving cau- .
Other T-Iles were cured and s scrubbing furiously when tiously forward on his plan to a t d i I T
the admiralty announced the en- the sergeant made his check. use the "good offices" of thep
voy and another tug had the Joseph dropped his brush and five Colombo powers to avert war
Montelare "safely under way" jiall when the sergeant had in Formosa, government sources The La Mont land exedition In his spare moments,Jo
for ortsmouth arbor at3p.m. gone d rushed back to the said today. s moving on from the Isthmus- reurbished the "wagon," Dortia vessel En Bea out nto
barrackss where he was In- These sources indicated Sas- became expert in Panamanian
S ported himself late an dread for troamidlo currently was wait- by sea. became expert inPacific for the ColombIa
rated himself late an ready ng for troam velo currently was waifrom the Almost a year and a half ago cookery. (Her sancocho was su- of Buenaventura
l W buckle when roll was call i for developments C commonwealth John and Dorta La Mont and culent). Yesterday the wagon
Alm would have gone well if conference of Commonwealth their two hardy youngsters came But all along they knew that pretty inviting, lao
-taa ---11- Aime hadn't returned and re- prime ministers in London. 'm in by road in the truck they had sooner or later they'd be shov- 1_
ported himself late and reay for Diplomats in Djakarta imme- o nerted bie hoe n along. t ha bee r
punishment. diately speculated Sastroamid- converted to a mobile home.tIngenlshy.
Sr punWhment n diately speculated astroamid- u(NEA Radio Telephoto) They were six motnhs out of By the time this is puDlished, with fine-mesh wire to
When the sergeant fund out, o might want to wait until BIRTHDAY CONGRATULATIONS Canadian Prime Minister New York City on a leisurely or maybe a little later, they lots of insects. There
1 Joseph was ordered to grow the Indian Prime Minister Nehru Louis St. Laurent (left), attending the conference of British family trip to Buenos Ares. En should be on the Caribbean a- curtains at the windows,
Smustohe for recognition pur- makes a solo attempt to ease the Commonwealth Premiers in London, is congratulated on his 73rd route they had stopped n Mex-board the two-masted schooner covers or the cot-beds,
EaW YORIK, Te. (UP I poses tension over Formosa. birthday by Australian "Prime Minister Robert Menzies. ico, Guatemala and Costa Rica. Victoria ot of Colon. They'll be portable dek for typewitte,
General &si~lOns uMR .Fr1 ncls
L. Valente reserved 'iot 11 r In between, they had bumped or bound in skii for the pirate port and scores of smaller onuwI.
alontaI r*n n itot rolled over most of the Pan of Cartagena. fences
flualify himself fxt: ptred.A .fAmerican Highway. Yesterday neither Dortia nor
S a the fh D r By the time they reached the John had seen thegeneralcargo Not on does te thin
Je lke' natornes eorge o W. so they decided to come up for whether they would sleep In cab- blue water cans chained i
rs w rente themotion. air and the luxury of cooking n ins or be deck passengersthe spare tires on top. An
arguedValente s basedd and 12-family quarters after wrest- But nobody was worried, an added touch of home,
pre u ed" abaivist Jelke and S L It ling with kerosene stoves and "It's only for 42 hours, o insisted uoon adding a couple
iwornot be able to rive hNim& J m Ii Q roadside bonfires, what's the difference?" John re- bamboo plant racks along
" a Impartial trial." Doinb nothing by halves, the marked. The family knows how sides for vines and tubers.
Ast. Bi t. Aty. Anthony a- WASHINGTO. Feb. 5 (UIP) drafting of scientists and farm- come a member of the United whose crops are surplus. He said La Monts dug into Canal Zone to make itself comfortable. If all works ot, o
bier, opposing the motion. d -The A'mel Services Commit- er. He opposed any "escapist States Congress." lit seems a farmer's crop will be life. John went to work on the From Cartagena they proceed on the dock to meet the
the "familiarity of Judge te -was told today badly-need- plan", for techinclans and said He said he "viewed with a- left to rot when he is unable to locks as a locomotive operator: by bu or something to Barran- whenit debarks at
lente with tth co e adds to his ed scientists drafted into th ae elective Service has no desie lamn Hinshaw's plan to set up get a deferment. Dortia pounded a typewriter off quilla. ra. He'll drive it to
honor's abity to conduct a airmd fotes are "peeling pa- to rule on what crops are abr- a board, saying it would have Hershey replied the directive and on around the rim of The For eight days after that they According to time
more effcient court." tates" .at a time when Rl uia plus. to handle "hundreds of po* is not binding in local boards. PaniAmerican desk; young expect to be very comfortable Dortia ad the boys
Valete prded at Jelke's threat s to gran euperiority in tatoes" of applications for ex- He argued that if deferments Russeand Finnegan took to Indeed, churning up the shoals him ther. or they ar
first l at w he was found some techncal skills- Rep. Carl hinshaw (R-Calif.) emption. are determined on the basis of classes at Balboa Elementary of the Magdalena River on one hm to drive all
uality~of o prostltu- Drop'od creation of a agricultural shortages, there is School. of the few stern-wheelersev- through the Aagle to@
ton. Court of 'Appeals ho. w The drfttn. farmers who board toprevent the draft from He favored continuing the no reason why surplus should Before long the La Monts were ices still left in the Western Anyway, wh
ever, reverseftU conviction be- prod. e Pia cropi also was siphoning off scientifle skills present system of deterring o- not be taken nto account, too. part of the landscape. But to Hemisphere. from Colombia
cause VIad barred the crlt ed teodttee hears needed In the race with Russia tentlal scientists and technic- H.A. Meyerhoff, executive di- them the landscape never be- When the stern-paddles top down thrug e
press the trial ing nrao's re- for technical perority. clans at the local draft boards, rector of the scientific manpow. came commonplace. At every op- at the headwaters of navigation, veraty town of Popya
t-. but- emr-fmr extentson He said tth armed servicRe e said the keystone or elec- er commission, told the comm port made side trips. the L Monts will catch train oracro te border to
S have "hundreds of Ph. Ds tie Service is service by every- tee the draft is driven A One the Guarare tl for Bogota. I Are they nd
A49 aeg ..) peeling potatoes and doing oth- am and "the obligation of serve. ean industry of-at ste t while val whre they were A But what about the wagon, o A
'J "hold Ificy ~ives er tlme-wastnl obs." tee to for thq lear d and the giving the Arma "or .mre" y the devil dancers. A he. yall or mobile casita? I "Yes," s
ti, ae e .gersheey coceded selentists nanI' s unlearned.- tet required, weekend they made a caO It bookings are somewhatt" A
S"p "a J .Arm~y have to pee Harison criticized I93 pol- Hesa iRussia graduated .lK. expedition un the Chagres 4dlat .dt. a
oB ,once.t buht .-kie Icy whereby local ft boards 000 engineers last year com the Rio Indio; and there were ly greased. oiled had to t le-.
44T vMtat $fe,.y of So ayec were order .V Att, f1 re- ,d to 22.0 e e ovisitstoother ZatgiNr towith provisions. it i o
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By NORMAN SMITH that opening performance t w o
i weeks ao. ut she is now part of
NEW YORK, Fet. 5-S o m e the world-famous Metropoll t a n
weeks ago,, wheu Guin-Carlo Me- Opera Company, and it is to be
nottl's new opera "The Saint of expected that she w be. heard
rlcker Street" opened, moat of to better advantage when, away
th9 critics devoted their reports from the glare ana tension of pre-
S'the general excellence of the cedent-shattering openings, ahe
kuaic and to Menotti's concep- will once again move and inspire
9oif operate drama. others, with her glorious cogtral.
r reeqnlx, however great, to voice. V
406%4ipW .S the n IAnd er I faciy of inspirP a ^Is
Oei l .t b sgers who indeed great; through pts Ver-
andled the leading roles. A n d anee and humility she has prov-
erK Jaa been almost unanimous ed to her young admits. that-
praae for the fine acting and bril. ,quality #nd talent will be recognls.
Uant vocalizing offered by an Uw. ed.
u llyoung cast. Amoag those who have profit.
T ,is by way at difcussin the ed by h, r example is Robert
fact atof the performing McFerrin, a 32-year-old n e g r o
a fan t United States, music bartlae viho. also within the
Ahtgg have become most past few days has made his
l Identified *ith youth, and "Met" debut-as Amouastro ln
4qth giving our younger talents Verdi's "Aida."
r opprtuity to be.. see and. Meerrin, like most 'of t he
hearing the best circumstances. younger singers, h*a, professional
In e"'The Saint,"' for example, stage presence and aeung ability;
there are three magiicent young his solos and duet pages in
voices: D LPolerf portrays the "Aida" marked hum pV an excui-
agnot b e Micale with lent addition to 1the-omppa which
depth ad feel ; Glora' Lane as now has more :Ame can voices
the wanton Desideria has consid- amohg its -top- pe rep that ev.
erable sestial re i ., the An- er before .Wi it at uhean hus-
nina, as 'sung by Vir' Ia Cope- tory. McFeva's t. n c a
land, convs the lest drama h0dup t' t e m n
inherent in e titled role. inability i the orches-
These y4 people have not tra or to proje.ul tly in.
become st~s overnight' they tf. great ftU a iiRm .0 'tze Me-
had to *puat a cnsiderae ap- Opera House; .but uois
pareticeshiU p a d atrw .be. whlah lbould be cor-

S leMrrin,' ot a Baptist min-
Poled, has been Ister, aisqj dia uch church sing-
singing In and around New York ing, but e has had the best must.
for a number of years, in church eat training -at k isnx bmversiiy,
choirs and choruses, to help make Chicago College of Music and at
a HOyag and pay for continuing the 'anglewouct Center.
lessons, but mostly to keep sing-
ing. proessonatly. His recent contract with tih
Met came about largely be-
N w,. of course, these singer camU o -the splendid Impres-
hav arriveded" and since they so& he uane in winning the
are physically as well as musical- Mtropolitan Opera Audiltions
ly attractive, they will be in de- the sIre ils53 -a coveted prise
mand for anr number of singing for ist American singers.
roles. fJor instance, had thie Mattiwilda Dobbs is another ne.
male le strong p c- ro ger who already has an in-
tilon of a p rese d over ternatonal reputation. SUttil er
telvision k by the Nation- 30, this coloraura soprano from
al Broad Company's Opera the Deep Sout4 was te tirst he-
Theatre. .. gro ever to sing at famed la Sea-
Ah 0 W ih eri appeared s. la, m Milan, Italy. She appeared
e nher nay singer, Lees- there in 1953 and followed s per-
tw totwy 2 for mance with a hghly ae
rep" Miu |l n f;, tour of ScandinavIa,8 Ue* appear.
ane at the Glynaeboo'ne upera
win "&S "SS u 1 eFestival i- n dburgh, Scotland,
wh t an command performance for
year. .Que_ Ela~et with the R o y al
Miss Price -the wife of anoth- upera Comapny at Coevnt Gar-
r outstanding young negro sing- den.
er, William Warfield-ak q*uite spectacular but equally
representative of the new crop for promising have been the careers
two reasons: she Is not only young of Le Vern Hutcherson who alter-
talented and attractive, she is al0: ated with Warfield in the POrWy
son Negro; and there have be role with the touring "Porgy and
pehas a hal-de Begroes whp Bess" company, Marilyna omne
S ped to prominence on the and Marvin Hayes. These three
American music scene within the were the highly praised singing
pa year or two. voices behind the acting of Harry
I isU _e that Snell prem.e.res Belaftte, Dorothy .andr I g.,
as t of Marian Andersoa get and Joe Adams in the top-noitn
nd, n a muia sense, des e n o motion picture "Ca m e

everlhil t W at a po Of course, thee are nmdreds of
.ae& m have assumed In our mu- other young AmericAna with won-
al world for a go n er of derful voices still walgto t be
',aSm ."~'iMacuovereu an ld ithN In er o
l in Anderson's t .as mU- like McFnrinPoeri a b
2he Ve t '" _.e te BID.," /Lopelan, ararice, WarnlO 'uta.
WMu ewrtaimly long oardue. r- erme and the others. Amerlea
caghIM t1 1a"A Mi J uLa e lovers and eauutgeaa #
ha rr t mf her. ill have a wealth of t o -
Sr y h the years ahead.

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cular apartment" just patented by William Zeckeqdorf, New
York ral estate developer. The building would have a setral
wel for elevators and utilities. A family needing more space
, can expand theiP quarters easily. The landlord connect! their
apartment with one or more units half a floor up or half a floor
down. Thi gives the advantae 'of a duplex without the long
climb. The building, called the Helix, is in pie-wedge segments,
the floors In each staggered from those lh the next Adjoining
units can be thrown together by taking out panels and installing
' stairways. All living rooms and bqlconies are on the outer rim,
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us who discourage easily, there Be sure you get it all, for if it's
are some aspects of beauty care left on it can cause your polish
that show right away. A visit to to work loose.
a beauty salon has an immediate If you have-d ry cuticles, brush
effect on morale, while a diet can a few drops of cuticle oil onto
be grim going for a long time be- them and then massage it into
fone we see any difference.." the base and sides of your nafl.
Nal care is one of these, happy After you've done your cuti-
parts of beauty. When a few m- cles, filed dnd buffed your nails;
nutes a day are invested ind -work you're ready for polish.
on the fingernails, the results show First, go over your nails lightly
up right away. Lovely hands real- with cotton moistened ins an oily
ly attract attention when t h e them for a perfect' polish. Then
nails are well-goomed and not-so- them for a perfect polsh. Then
perfect hands -can be Improved apply a base coat to form
greatly with perfect nails. a thn cover over the entire nail.
Cutlete care is important, since Then put on your chosen pol-
this, is the only living part of the ish' in two thin coats. Use a
nail. The cuticle is that lit 1 e quick, light stroke down one sidle
round of hard skin that grows up of the nail, a second stroke down
around the edge of your nail. It the other side, a final one down
should le kept loosened and the center. As you .finish each
away fr9m the nail to; help .he nail, wipe the, tip with a tissue or
nail gtow well. i the ball of your thumb to re-
It should be pushed back with move a hairline of polish. This
an orangewood stick with cotton will cut down on chipping.
wrapped lightly a found the Up.1
First dip it in- an oily cuticle re- Don't use a full brush. Drain
mover and then work gently it against the inside neck of the
around the base of the nail, then bottle. Let each coat dry before
around the sides. Work dear -the next goes on. Take your
0 the tip of' the nail to get put any time. It won't, seem ap, Aong; foe
S you'll tee the `oIelier .-. inB
Then wipe away the loosened hands right away.

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Banker Belgrano Is Builing

Vast West Coast System

The man who was disappointed in
his dream of heading the Bank of
America has created a formidable
rival to the Giannini fathered
giant of banking within a few
Frank L. Belgrano, Jr., dynam-
ic, tireless president and board
chairman of vast Transamerica
Corporation, directs a fledgling
banking empire that already has
total assets of $800,000,000, one-
tenth that of Bank of America.
Ironically, Belgrano built the
new state-wide banking system,
known as First Western Bank &
Trust Co., on the solid financial
structure of Transamerica, brain
child of A. P. GianninW and once
eontrolnig-idterest holder In Bank
of America. -
It was less than two years ago
- in March, 1953 that the Fed-
eral Reserve Board climaxed five
years of anti-trust suits against
Transamerica by orderin it to
sell many of its banking interests.
Three months later Belgrano
was in the driver's seat at Trans-
america's unpretentious offices at
4 Columbus Avenue, and the hold-
ing company was on its way to
acquiring its present total of 55
banks th ughout- the state.
When the deliberate speaking
Belgrano, a former national com-
mander of the American Legion,
returned to San Francisco an in-
fused new life into Transamerica,
it was not shock to the city's busi'
ness and financial circles. The
alert, dapper man had been doing
big jobs well, for years.
Born May 18, 1895, in San Fran-
cisco, Belgrano was called a
"born banker" by his mother ear-
ly in life. He spurned his par-
ents' offer to send him to college,
saying he preferred to work.

Women Of Future

Need More Education
ITHACA, N.Y. (UP) Edu.
cation 'of women in the future
presents special problems, says
can Helen G. Canoyer of the
New York State College of Home
"The primary function of home
economics is and has been the co-
ordination of all sciences and arts
toward constructive family life,'
she explains. "As women's status
in society has changed, home eco-
nomics education has broadened."
The women of tomorrow, Miss
Canoyer says, will need an even
broader education.
"Women are playing an increas-
ingly active role as wage earners
and citizens--n addition to home-
making. More married women,"
she says, "work outside the home
now than at the height of World
War U."
Recent estimates, she. says
show that more than one-third of
the people employed are women;
one-half of the womin workers
are married, and one-fifth of mar-
ried women work.

Science fklHdn

Going Fenine,

Professor Says
University of Illinois professor be-
lieves that science fiction today is
"going feminine."
Adrian Janes, old time science
fiction enth siast, said that the
'"mad scientist" yarM are gslvti
Way to a more realistle m
science fictionm writg.
The reason, he ie4veus, a more
and more women are er the
eld, both as wrtt and md
Tie rtmula J es said. f &t*at
-01"ce scum -har A hehae
about evWilyay thb. -
have frMiBthers mI ctll.k

He also refused the offer of a
job by his father, president of the
Banco Popolare Fugazi on North
Beach, and instead went to work
enveloping circulars for the Bank
of California.
He later moved to, the First Na-
tional Bank of San Francisco be-
fore enlisting in the Army as a
private in 1917. He rose to ser-
geant before being commissioned
the 33rd Field Artillery.
After his release from the serv-
ice, he took a position in the Fu.
gazi bank and started simultan-
eous iharches up the ladder of
business success and the hierar-
chy of the American Legion. His
only hobby was the Legion; he
devoted all his time to it,. he
once said.

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HARVARD, Mass. (UP) -
She's Wilma Perkins to her neigh-
bors in this quiet village.
To millions of housewives she's
Fannie Farmer III the woman
who keeps the famous cookbook
up to date in the age of refriger-
ation and rapid transportation.
"Delicacies which once were on
only a few tables now reach mil-
lions," says Mrs. Perkins, wife of
history Prof. Dexter Perkins of
Cornell University.
This makes for constant revision
of the 58-year-ol4 Boston cook
book first brought out by her hus-
band's aunt, Fannie Farmer.

Thve essor-s-atr-e r
As national cobim ndier in 1934, Dexter armer Perkins, edited the
Belgrano spearheaded the drive book until her death in 1929 when
for veterans' bonus legislation. His the third Fannie Farmer took
economically persuasive argu-. over.
ments with President Roosevelt on "Aunt Fannie didn't write the
the issue were credited with push. first American cookbook," said the
ing through bonus provisions af- present editor, "but she is known
fecting a million and a half vet. as the 'mother of level measure-
erans of World War I. mnent' in cooking."
He served as a Bank of Amer- She drew up recipes in exact
ica vice president and president proportions, replacing such earlier
of the Central Bank of Oakland terms as "rounded teaspoonful"
(one of the key banks in the new and "generous cupful."
chain) before going to Portland, Mrs. Perkins believes in up-to-
Ore. In 1947 to spur ihe growth date cooking methods. She has
of the First National Bank of discarded Aunt Fannie's old silver
Portland. chafing dish for an electric frying
Then last July, in a series of pan, and she has no objection to
adroit maneuvers, he merged the the use of prepared cake mixes.
Transamerica controlled central "I think it's snobbish to scorn
Bank of Oakland with the San such aids to cooking," M4rs. Per-
Francisco Bank. Later the San kins said. But she recommended
Francisco Bank, too, came under that housewives "add their own
Transamerica. The merged banks' flavoring" to give a richer taste.
name was changed to First West. "I have a jury of testers who
ern Bank and Trust Co., and a help me try new recipes. After.
series of mergers joined them that they are checked by a pro-.
with smaller Transamerica con- fessional home economist," said'
trolled banks throughout the state. Mrs. Perkins.

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To Be Nodded

At Rancho Friday

A unique fashion show
will lbe held at El Rancho
beer garden next week Fri-
day night.
Forty "tempting" shirts
of the 365 styles carried
by the Novedades Califor-
nia store on Central Ave.,
will be modeled by a group
of popular Panamanian
young men.
According to C. Fried-
man, the new manager of
El Rancho, the shirts will
"practically knock y o u r
eyes out."
The shirts to be worn
by the male models are of
the famous "Palm Springs"
brand styled by the famous
Elton Meltzer.
In addition to the parade
of sports shirts, a prize
consisting of several
"tempting" shirts will be
awarded to the male spec-
tactor wearing the most
original home made or
made-to-order shirt.

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pearaneo.efyour naRls. Ragged, neared-for mnals do not b speak better and healthier. Polish, carefully applied (bottom) protects
Sa lovely woman, yet even womea with awkward hands can create the nail and createsndemalne-eeklag hands. With a program of
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LT. COL. ELMER G. OWENS, right, Commanding Offlcer of the 2nd Bn, 33d Inf try BU-T
ment, briefs key members of his staff on the general situation during a recent Comma '-
Post Exercise, The exercise, one of a series, Is designed to give staff and other., key perbonnet
experience in working together under realistic field conditions. This experience will be a neo-*
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Sal e tk ynA COLORFUL print plus simple of in h e or a abed
per tar Rise.Stevens sets her son, Nicky, age nine, on the sewing adds to a handsome Center fabri on bed ant youl
reproduction of a famous painting. Van WCogh portrait ig paired that o ivnt up a drab ro at on alide Hem or welt a us
abol with Bartok violin concerto.amo co ime and oe a de .
bosi o o wha the seas you sew A coverlet otn a dou ble
NEW oto e? Is aihthare nouire, you ix needs onfy thee pyiars
NEW YOR' i (NEAl s ltlnwith le g lio a ln n us thclassical mu- i fabrics Tshe ke to handoice ofThe sewing proc edure ia th sameo
el wa reprodution o a; fmeoIs sp.entn. I p Gerfor h pou. rtrit fs puired uintdrcwalrodoaeiae nsfordledaor Souahlhnc ct e ou a wa x to wond the nehdrt
Cuthbert lowing up a lit short si fabric is the key to the splashy s for the throw xoept ta t t
on cult And )uold you, his The full color reproduction of: ef ct. Many of thon you'l sl two lagthw e strps d to
harrimed-other, like to unelue III painting is mounted in the ion a troll t rough a fabric dis- cut 10 Inches wide
1 e TV set for about t0 album ]n a clear plastic picture play. are partleul ar well suited Dust ruffle in a solid color to
m a e e day" w iv; can he leeped out and for our purpose. I like the wide match one of tht colors ei th
Should, you're going to framd, it you like. "The Rate vri of small-seald, at de print ill take nine year
h. er up a tasct .% ubIt- ol Spring," for Instance. Is paired w.o esghs po cited n firm cottons that ia h fadbri for a. double ;
can bland euqauayiwttelldtwthithmodeP-eightynarfstfoea"sas.ingue.yS a-
tute hing just a little di with a reproduction of the tPasr ,kWardrobe for play under the sun Includes, this year, pants in (center) and shirt emphasize ene-pleoe lekare I atn-sc e ealy e ia engthwiYards or a singe.two 34 b
S e methin to tempt a toral by Arnold Blanch three different lengths. Brief cotton shuffleboard shorts (left) cotton Tapered alflengt pants (right) are worn with or deor American or province rie to
jad e. You c an, of course, Since these releases are part of iare clor-mated to a loose, striped middy top. Bermuda shorts h blouse i nautical-patterned cotton. Fabrics are by Hope lSkiaima. decor.
st yi trotting him through a continuing t sieS, It's a little From Detley workroom come top edge with a two-sach
r and art galleries. But like buying good china in openF -e y- wnorkuros slinc or
s hard to Ieep your eyeistoc*. You can buy as you can By GAILE DUGAS nearly any girl with a flat der tg a throw or covert. tions ps the heading to the box spring,
e and visit an art gal- afford and eve tu lly decorate riere. Ag t h overlap et. plus t he e a l
I icand the same t i le. the entire front. hall with a series NEW YORK (NFtA)- No colec- Tops for these pants vary as t&NI^g o-iv th e fnh d arvt&istc al pimet
like to have the small of framed reproductions tion of report sun fashions is com- much as the pants styles them f ord out a vna riation on the l dusts a
culture at ome. 1 Actually, the dea is basic I plete 1 without play pants. Usually, selves. The short shorts obvl. w out eme thaat s eems od Thi hop t-
.eI lght take Winto con- a very Asound ons. Love rs of art they're shown in three lengths: ously call for the wide, loose top deal aer the o make to me thateems a ing and dry of d
e, L. h dep ending aut any.nearly always- apreciate good very short Bermuda-length and that nearly covers the pants. WOMEN get their vengeance. dthe onventoal makind. tIt is also m flexible i you
nt. has tried this at a music, too, ando ptltg a child in ealf-length. Bermuda shorts take beautifully but in such a pretty way. b o m For a one-piece-style th r o w should change your edrom fur-
l y stage in small Cuth- a ,e right path trly, enough is to tailored shirts and elegant friend (who knows bow iana you'Ua need six yards of 48-eh nature,
bart's l elopment knows very important. The method s siem- These three lengths allow an cuff links The calf-length pantsyears ago?) decreed that worn fabric. .The standard length of If your be,&hap s o footboard,
well whir'4hvpp-nh ime is spent pler for you, tut. R ,nce you either sufficiently wide choice for any also should be paired with a neat men's clothes should lack pockets throw s 108 inches. So cut the yu may want to rod the ea
el k si-yr psoie huld be pn care crossun oat t'ssrtes aoda tc ge a me po-
not listerling to. mgtic but ine can join your children in the lis- woman, figure problems or not. top that are good for anything. And sixyard pieces 10 inches. So cotsswise of the spread to give a mourner
a kin tug s to water contains tenLng or Keep watch while the The very short shorts are obvi-. Colors are bold. Pink soe as o it has stayed. While men blithe-. Leave one section wiule; slit the fessonal look to the. prect T
A a r a pla ces. I record i playing. ously best for the very youthful with brown, pumpkin with black, ly load enough equipment at or an other piece in hlf leg t h w i e, do this, measure about seven inch-
S ack&e the ., or slim figure; the ermu d a black with white and cocoa with engineer's office into their varlois making two 24-inch strips. For a es in each direction an one tot.
if thi cotcn Eed. oeven. fti l' shorts are ideal for the ir with black. White i s stripd with tag- s rockets, women are hamptumang or uble belt eater btg Mn0. emtr itomqrnor, and n i h e-
kep a s y a s.a .o the may become and who se or thigh problem and thegerine, navy is paired with peg. i ast ,t, m t i'sm8gt, b "and seems ester piecesand tlL Measure and fnark two' ai
stew, the fa th e 'knows where r lead? If ealf-length pants look wen on Isimmon. bouncing, rattling poach.Them strip together. Finished with a half InBese diagonty up 'fqrn
at and back nce. 11t leads r eno might have t colossal ve to mama half-inch hem all round. On a corner. Draw curving line con-
man a record company real- even be ae to pry tlm away, fun of th contents. single bed, center the big piece nesting three points, making the
n pight c 1 a t from tolf or fishing eora cou le Women have their vengeance nd join strips along the side edg- curve smooth and gentle where
Stabu oit. t hec omf Suna (aysiat -a m e r. So t's u- today. Husband comes home as of the bed. Cut off the excess it joins the straight edges. Cut
couple f os Paint" orth we takes off his Jacket and hangs uai fo abire, then hem. Use the excess along pencil line. Cut second cor-
up. He's dovn to a mere three or or toss pillows. nearby first.
As The Boy Friend Is, heour s to it on, thereby elim-
SSainting their use for cruahables.
ST s a But Mother-she is dazzl ingly ued
USIa .. il arrayed in the most marvelous
set of enormous portable pock-
ets ever invented-an apron. 2 0 up u
She wears one all day and
MURIEL LAWRENCE money that belongs L adult brth NEy GAYNOR MADDOX r most of the evening, for she has
.'s bricrher makes near Thie I o s not surprising Didn't sig of a spot, for today's lovelyIfa t a ion.
three times as much money we spend our mnst impressionable -- o aprons are a proud badge--an
husband. Her children re- 'ears with them? As child freedom.
*nt the contrast between what didn't we learn to xpreto to shareI A young reader suggests: "You when he has to break a date will And the variety she has: the The charm1' s- hd'-e
their father can give them and equally with them write fine articles for people who turn into the kind of husband who cobbler apron, comfortable as i ment of traveling and visiting
What their uncle gives his family. AS a little sister, Mrs. K. got are already married. But my may or may not get home for di-smock, but gay; the kitchen apron seem to start the minute yo
Recently, her ten-year-old son one win of the turkey from which friends and I wish you would writelner. It will depend on whether or that needs only a skirt to be an settle your coat around you on
made a bt4d?r attack upon his fath- her brother was served the other. 'more for us who qre dating and not there happens to be something outfit; the tea apron, as gay andotrnyou
er when he was denied a duoh- Her dessert was sliced from the thinking about maribge. else he would rather do. frothy as aW, th ite ab an is e Moth-b swish your light itcase intou
cate of his cousin's expensive mo. same crlkpe from which his was' "One article we would like to hitter or velt; the baby-earry- ftt car trunk
: ie projector cut. And if she complained -that. have you %rite would tell a girl For that reason a girl Is foolish mg a pr for baby-tending with MUPIworkin fo pre e a-
her portion was less didn't Mom- who is going steady with a young'to put up with inconsiderate treat- free hands; the pot-holder-pock- chanting and colorful today. We're smart enough these days
S Mrs. K. writes. Alter the boy my rush to make it nual? 2man how sue should expect him lment from a young man. She et apron.,- i v to know how to travel light.
was in bed, my husband accus. Why then should sh e surprise. to treat her. doesn't want any man taking up She doesn't even need to have With the aid of the wonder fab-
ed me of also wanting the advan. ed to find herself now expecting "Should she overlook being stood her time if he doesn't care enough apron strings today if she objects have not forgotten their original rics, we can ease a varied ward-
ages my brother gives his faita- Life to behave ilke Mommy? Or up for a date occasionally if he about her to treat her with corn- to the idea. There are waist functlen..'protecuan, robe for a whole weekend into
1i ly. He said he knew that I was to discover herself living with aslways has an excuse apd is .oh,mon courtesy. hoops of white plastic that can Whether nylon, organdy, net, a small bag. The blouse Roes
alous of my sister-in-law's new hitter sense of injustic that it fail-,so sorry?' Or wo a man who take a varlety of aprons for quick poodle-ie dacron rd.., here, but blossoms again w'th a .Daity ealos
r coat..' ed to mete Mommy-protection to wouldd stand a gift up for a date1 Even if a girl loses a yopnd man change. .oseo- or cod uroy, tey p felt skirt blo the evening. The la g aDnai e d aeke it
is his accusation rue? her n e er group broth-make a poor husb-aM" by demandIg that he treat her But in addition to the Justice wa.. The drs that ha seen robe does handsomely for a nip toga away from me to
iMaybe. Lots of s resent the er be ".ce".to Sister? .our.eoulsy, she retains her salf- of having, at last, a place to ear- better decades is covered with a of tea in the kitchen. Iarle with me fus .
bct that we cannot share the Such hold-over childish expecta- Different girls t hIiflerent respect. And when she loses as ry keys, matches, notesulpene nrisp apcrc, adesh rom the w"als2. ,
tons are in us all. The trick is things of the mente date. But' inconsiderate, selfish young man potholaers and a button uat mustad-tron slr-it and what eound .e
knowing their source In depend- a safe rule for any girl who is won she hasen't lost anything of value. have come off something, aprons be m.ore aipamag and .edha..
-J 'ea ence on Mommy So that when welderinh if a ouang map w ld make, -sde, course, frore me bowL You shake the contents in
can recog inze e nfant in us yel- a bood hasny nd mr tcn id He wona t saule -t trho s aa ousew 4 a small c uantlt of very hot
v rng, "Mommy, come ynd make be any more co ilderat as H wusn projuce~a Ied bulb, twowater satto d salve them, then add
Buddy give me a bite of hIs co band than he waa as a steady date d fm-thepgroeerashda ca.old water to make two quarts.
AND then we'll stop expecting, Selfish, He Stay Selfish Powder-rom laundry session.
knowing that Mommy can not "l ,, l
make Buddy give us anything any So the chances are that the man L'Vatd Cla Hanging up used to be a mess,
WHEN a leading woman In the more. who doesn't bother to telephone but the traveler doesn't need to
world of Paris fashion made a Let.s come don to group fret these days. There is mow a
trip to the United States, she told earth here. Mrs. K brother is -I braided elasties clothealine that's
t I somewhat startled reporters not going to give her a fur coat. O.tcovered with a rubbery stuf. At
that she had about 40 pairs oil He's not going to buy his nrwphew a, each end, ah wader, a loop.
For a woman confioeit of her icee these facts, her aon will. IT'S a' for a, woean who's i knobs, short, between drawn
gate, this is a wonderful idea, le her, her children will recov around home all day to flndawedhandles. No clothesphs, J uat
t sincerely hopes, for the er joy in what they have in reali- keep a ensu-lh diet. Put it's tck au tiny gor aor into the bra'ds
-. sak of the health of her legs ty instead of losing i to dreams much tougher Joe a tee-amer drrt
S feet, that this woman was Iof something better from their, When Baby starts to sleep the o lsr s ae, au man aeraOs, mftalt dry.

having some of the story untold. unce fruL yu fd -UW&_-n2ia0atia.-,-_1 iW_
ilvilsoeofte toyunodue.". _. bole nmght- thxrougL, you- find, Indh i n a afetra. Or, if sh e : -
For her chosen shoe %as a Now, everyone's ppteclatlon s that his diaper is arenehed In works, she musast eat out at lchI
handsome call pump with the ,g by Mrs. the morning and perhaps his un-, She has no control over lew er ...
slimmest and highest -A heels. K. demand for hlommy-justice dershirt and nightie are wet, too. e food Is.cooked or what kind is o en e r.
Women who, by virtue of their ro L Pt two diapers on him wheen the docket for today. machapped, stew e
I ieirfro Lie.Put two diapers on him when
Wor.wor bos i r tuet wearlShe must try to see Its infantile u put him to bed.1r greater End s a lo t -
UnfortMuntely,a harrdweuG 'ebJSmmtoe"fpal, wlkWi-
ps most of the time shodqualitY. Othe se sne ma go sorbency.r bale to gI year anther to kftb
ost definitely have a firm. con on respecting her discontent as pach gs Instead of
rt a ihe prof flat neels for impotant and tragc instead lo No amount of bleabhing em them, to oid alg a
ear on"the -q.. ... xeemn'.! :t as wasteful and unrealis, to lake orange juice or vitamin frIend potatoS, cas b dfted
oPermealMat the corner. friButdfio.awader, f traveltn
For, If you wear high heels as uc folly, stains out of Baby's clothes. with one meal atthe comer -ak, eBut the t otnwander o travel ab
guieify shoes, you will find When he's young and sloppy. try.. eonette cab a Dg hele In light and bright depends upon
)at the muscles oI the legs take tou give him these things when cale budge% dlyw ._ able to s.wishV to t mw,
1 M to the position of he's undressed for his bottle. je e a ft-a 'tfh 't W U ate- sacle Ihgerte the ftracle
OS'im 1 aIS warnam. malads Iem .a xdm Oth. renaa.f I. sin...; p i nnv al n -.

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of your legs ire very
stable when you're out
pumps. To avoid the dis.'
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plane for Miami and were olan- Following the meeting, Mrs.
nin, to ston In Tamna. Florida Windeman, Mrs. Smith and Mrs.
and St. Louis, Mo., before going Dean were hostesses for a deli-
on to Wisconsin. clous dessert,- after which the Ia-
For "her traveling costume, the dies'played bridge and canasta.
bride wore 1 lieht blue English
wool suit with black accessoriesd. CZ College Club
Plans Saturday Tea
lRserve Officers Plan The Carnival Tea, which Is
Semi-Formal Dance Next Sat. one of the outstanding yearly
Major Carlt Browne. presi- events of the Canal Zone Col-
dent of OCltal Zone Department lege club, will be-held next Sat-
of the Reserve Officers Asocia- urday from three to five p m. at
tion, announced that final plans the Amy and Navy Club, Ft.
hav beee n made to hold a semi- Amador.
formal dinnar-datice next Sat-
urday at the Army-Navy Club, Miss Dorothy Brickman, pro-
Fort Amador, as part of the am chairman, will- present
ROA's. celebration of National Mrs. Blanca Korst de Ripoll,
De ense'Week. Professor of the Spanish Dance,
A t wmtl past anlmaChtap- It the Natifbal School oT Dance
ter No. 35 of the National So- of Panama who will talk on the
joirriers hhs jolfied the ROA in "'History of the Pollera" and the
sponsoring the dinner-dance. "Folklord of the Carnival Sea-
Amogy the honored guests at son" as celebrated in Panama.
the affair wll be MaJ. General upon the invitation o the His-
L. C. McOarr, Maj. General R. C. panic Society of Madrid, Mrs.
Hood, Brig. Gen. W. E. Laidlaw Ripoll recently made a presen-
and Governor Seybold. station throughout Spain of the
Dinnet will be served at 7:30 history and folklore of Panama.
-__ d.i,..lf-h, ,dancin, tlt 1 010 An A ,hibitio nof thp tn...i

wednesay at 9:30 a.m. ai te,
Quarry Heights Officers' Club. TO save time, you can make the
For cancellations, please notify; waffles from a pancake ready-
one of the following hostesses mix, and freeze until ready to
prior to noon on Tuesday: Mrs. serve. Pop in broiler or toaster
McKenzie, Quarry Heights 3292; and heat through.
Mrs. Miller, Quarry Heights Mo09;
or Mrs. Shive, Quarry HeightI The curry toping recipe* 2 ta-
5171.- blespoons butter or margarine; :
Scup chopped onion; 1 clove minced
Grts AD Craftsl garlic; 4 cup chopped peeled ap-!
Lroup W91 .. pIe; teaspoon alt; dash of ep-
.,Thtere'- ...S tL!n* r*. ;1 *e; teaspoon curry powder; 3
the Arta, Cr a ts group oft3he tablespoons flour; 3 chicken bouil.
Balboa 'Woman's C ub bn Mon- licn cubes: cup milk and 1 cup
day morning, at 9:00. at the diced cooked chicken.
home of Mrs. L. Saarinen, house
1542-B, Mango Street. Balboa. Brown chopped onion, garlic and
j itea & atin using earth apple in butter. Cook until tender.
rco 3, a Rt ma in P It Add season age and flour, stirring
ir .,, ,untl well -combined. Dissolve
S- .. bouillcl cubes n 2 cups hot water.
l (Note: f left over stewing chicken
is used, the liquid in which it was
cooked can be substituted). Add
--i,- .t- TA.IM this liquid and the milk to the
In p li. ToUU vOf onion-apple mixture, stirring con-
.. stantly. Cook until thicken, add
liHd---L.--. MC chicken, and serve hot.
IsIIll at IIII II) Serve if desired with side-dishes
of chutneyv grated eg volks.

p mi. loulwea. U wK t ruu 1 A x n e naiv I ve15 I .
a. 0. dances of Panama will be pre- The Very Rev. Sylvestr A. shredded coconut, crisp bacon bits,
Tickets eaY-'a obtained from sented by a well known conjun- Taggart, C.M. 8.T.L., 8.8B.. re- peanuts and minced sweet pickles,
members of the BOA and Na- to. cently-appointed Provincial of
tional 8oetUrers or bY calling the Eastern Province of the
one 6f the' following: Major ongregatiol of the Mission of /
Caff-T.-rowhe -Balboa 2179, Vincentlal others, arrived in _rauel a /le
lst Lt. Michad 8. Paueun-Pan- I Panama last week for a tour of
Ama s -f23Lt. J. Paul Sidebo- inspection, of the Panama and .
ta-p ama 2-06094 or Lt. Canal Zone missions. /W Pi pHnfal
Ribchard Brown-Cristobal Father Taggsrt v appointed ec on nac
2650>-. W by the Very Rev. William M. ..
-- latter, C.M., Superior General
Aqun oa kline Will Entertain of the Vincention Fatherq, who
Iw ,, oient-,te For future kindness, keep the resides at the order' headquar- CHICAGO -(UP)- Travel does
embers t the Abou Saad pictures of Baby in his bare bot- ters in aris, not increase the complications ofi
r.ine tir ladies and oth- tom our of the album. It'll save Father Taggart a native of pregnancy, according to the mag-
r f& uesfea will entertain your having to peel the embar- Brooklyn, N.Y., was ordained to azine Science Digest.
th, p rih., al Potentate, Frank raising pictures out when Baby's the priesthood May 26, 1938. Dr. Joseph A. uilbeau, Jr., and
. eeNd, at a formal dinner and a teen-ager. After ordination he was sent for his associates at the MaxwtU Air
receptl'n Wednesday evening, at further studies In theology and Force Base in Alabama reported
the- ---WV~Vy Club at Ft. Am- There's certainly no need to sacred scripture to the Colle- on a study of 1,917 pregnant worn
adr. -r change Baby's diaper every time lium Angellcum and the Biblical en who traveled 300 miles or more.
Re apft0ons should be In by be wets, and. you don't want to Institute in Rome. His studies Guilbeau said threatened and
te m trrw and may be made by wake him up to change him. A were interrupted by the war in actual abortions were under 5 er
contacting. Mr. eorge P. Full- change before and after his bot- 1940, and he was assigned as cent, well below the accepted fig-
map of Appu Saad Temple, An- tie, right after a bowel move- professor to Mary Immaculate ure of 10 per cent.
con ment and whenever his wet dia- Seminary. Northampton, Pa. I But Guilbeau warned women:
Cocktails will be served per gets cold should be enough. During the past 14 years he who are threatened with miscar-
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.. and. has taught, at various times, riage symptoms'to refrain from
dinner at 7:30. dogmatic theology, sacred scrip- long trips for a period of four to
Potentate Land will address a ture, Hebrew and catechetlcs. sixv w~ k after tht symptoms
mas; meeting Tuesday evening In 1947 he was appointed direc- have eed.
at 6:30 In the Balboa Clubhouse tor of scholastic at the North- -
Theater. t ampton Seminary and in 1951.
----- rector.
Birthday Celebration Father Taggart succeeds the
Mr. and.Mrs. C. M. Coll of An- Very Rev. Daniel M. LearyC.M.,
con are entertaining some tod- J.C.D., who resigned after nine l lIl
dlers and parents at a party years because of ill health. i
planned for this.afternoon in St. Mary's Mission, Balboa, is a I.s' "s aoo i
nor of the airst birthday of the headquarters for the various' akI e faLai t I
daughter, Kate Jean. works of the Vincentlan Fathers i et Il
--- -i I- on the Isthmus. The Very Rev.; 1,-B, S.S S; I
Card Group Mets Joseph F. Konen, C.M. is the Vojnaa__is_
The card group of the Balboa pastor of St. Mary's as well as
the home of Mrs. Earl Schilling. Panama. lo
Breakfast was served in. the These works Include the care 1 years of
patio.' The table was most at- of souls for all the Canal Zone. experleace
the entire province of Bocsa del
Toro and a large part of the Red ingl
S. province of Chlriqul.
In addition there are the tol- Tri n
AMM MS rr, p I lowing schools conducted by the re mc ntl Rs
Vu I t Vincentlan Fathers: _St. Mary''s s 20 s eeAI
.... .... Mission Parochial School In Bal- r._- N I
.. e # i e i boa, S. Vincent's School in Pa- t J LS5SN
U r E u nama City, St. Mary's Acadd~ y k" S.k. I
in Cristobal, St. Joseph's School .rt t
SI IruICH In Colon. St. Vincent's College in r W-l ar
SDavid, at. Anthony's School ri
J uerto Armuelles, Our Lady o eastern
SFNER Mount Carmel Academy in Bo- e la T ..-
I Ncan del Toro ad St. Joseph's
School in Almirante.
,F..S~ f$ 1 ft Finally there is the direction Schol's
of a program of social service
anl. ,-"...,_- ,"'-ind welfare t activtie conducted 8 iT. .O
by the Maryknoll sistem, the
iC lWill @ ./ i P@l Franciscan Sisters and the Capt- A- h .JP i
qIP M v1 lU LQ IO chin 81S rs who labor in the "-- i
fOU CT OrW NEW N AI IB I*. nations m oae of the %mcen- ia.e. -
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Out adng themsociala hold ticket
O e of Panama's outstadi vn the few mouths od et
". ... -. -_hers and a specIalst t ob E o d by the un; rmz, aweatda dat El

" ..... Membern oI th VLwheleub h e chr, Serenaderh he from 8"a0 p.m. unt e man fOerl ertsod Iea he t tub-no x
aoll will bed their uguees o pe Mrs. Brpolr, who at peaker first, for next Friday er
8.0740 -J-0741 atwar EBalboa Woman's Club at Moncled aent ainCon, of- thi ya r tat, u event of non.
4ndeonoM.neemedofhg Wednesday moritng be.fral a r a ..even mr of dancing to r mu -.aisa t
'ginning at 9 an.msic by the Royal Sulto tanPnd the returned to t e Cdnal Zone Pol ice.
"to MR. Oren B ay W '(.Members of tr I w bSerenaders from 8:t0 pm. uauil man for inserteo~i In the stub-box

r a- lydeco th bo- Russell telephone Balboy a 35 Mr, Besides explaining the differ- nt as previously anticipa te should c ealy'in ate o the name
Aand lac. will accept M reservations or the ent national directrs of her coun- EnIt e ent ertainmen t of Istme and address of the pse
Stt.Ar's Mission, them for We occasion. .. xe, tonal School of Dance In Pan- mian talent will be presented by BY this method, sboue the ouldk
"u4oa .e... aa oi. s. F oR. Jdn' h" b i koit wam, where e teaches Spanish the Atlantic Chapter, and as usual be dwn for a pie the
as t Sue Blata ed a p arty i ponsored by the i to the metdancing It will eak to club me purchasers of tickets will eagerlys and l winners ca be fed Im

eg-qu er Cn he Worth .rginia- Bd EnIdeavor Group of the5 Woma. sd worn by one of the c club mem- an lent for show. so bears ha means
tothececl Lt Days Mane Auxil.ary, atun Uiniont Pa-Church bers on the history and evolution await the drawing ofnumero us ediately b comie

e1t over 011doard,. Blanthe Schll ng, will be held on Friday, Feb. 18 Last year Mrs. Ripoll toured at. id hw illbe firt, round- v e ond e off-duty hours
S. Mrs A. almer of onds Rios, ble hatrizes will be givetion to. t of the national costumes of door pris.IT' s regretted by MAY and Roerti after the drawI.
e s r. a Ad ong the tea. Pana ma, he pollera andyoug mwoman- drivcommittee member wrotehat the der thnce of Chairman
. ea aly W* MrsW. Robinson, p telephone tun chas str estra of Luct o Azcarraga willpo heubeCanal Zoedne Polibert Assocn, will a-
Belle M- t Fe their own cards. the mprtance f developing thMrs fforbe unable to fulfill there togage ton, o wbtedly havere gayre two chap.
fe a- tr ely d orasith bo- Russell telephone Balboa 33 hoolhesides explainin learning affer- the troas prevousl antielp ated terms, should not e onsidsphere a
owns of nual ct ard party wiwill be to support thrervaffaons for thebont national dances o her and cun- ar got too early at tire on the high.rty-gi. chapter Baoc atiwill bcauserry throf
1sq9 ta uesli were: Mary Ri, paper. tea. try, and their origin, the well- make up parties reserve fforts of current ctivities. The first ofrman Cato May
s taffeta Wr Meoril 806 Balboa, n ll bring hertaes for the second idea what his name and cochyeairman Robert all plangelke.

Swith t ie at, Pa an card party ed by Mrs. Potse Ryan, Pres with music b two orchestras and ninety-ning the supercentss of the two e-
-d ash purchased at the door or rideaoromroup of or 9 a.m. Mrs. Ros program m ot New Jerecey tentrooperor s ." ents er which are forcehighlights of theAs
f M Auxiiary Gatun Union Church, bersgas a demonstration.n Thetoooroprizesnfr the orawig socatin m-.e- that m,

4 thmembers of the club. DaysM m follow at 10 -
e fell overdUch,,d, ,Blanthe Clllr., w.-ill be held on Friday, Feb. 181 Last- ya M.. Re toe at. midnight will be, first, a round- .just abouteveryone.

dnMere FtRIDaOs Offtner-t WIves Meet to Miami or two per- y dg their offreaduty hours n
face edg-M1u4...neekt, .dnaPlumerat 71 p.m. at the Gatun panin at the Invitation of thehe
t.JTsim Nncy Wnocsonle Temple. it a -ituto dCultUra His anico sons via P.A.A.; second, a pair of working towards the success of

M on, Fol rotbDaial NOffcr warckai Temple. ito f e pc o a ow er B aretcor-al rioted I I
et. of rose. y rker and Louise M- Refreshment will be served ..a. beautiful Omega watches, one for the tw dances th members oh-
on at the ce or movie there will be amera underway the gentleman and one thetam e revenuefor ick, death

Columbus .or the benefit of the children's Carand#r Card Greuph p D I I o
welfare fund. umer of Rll ble rizes in addition to. an or disability bnits for the o
o ih held at the otell olari dan c Thie ut prize.oupMrs. Ripoll has for the past RED BANK N J. -(UP) A The Atlantic chaer evept,
d9d .up the on Friday. MaAdrch du Wission is $1 eachwill an It s few years visited schools ou--
1. y he Com ity builos in Yong womandriver wrote the der ther u ance of Chairman

,sr a ou lady at the annual withps. Robert Jones ReMrs.
e of en- a t reueted that players bring enrolled asanama where she has stressed Garden State Parkway's state p ReubenRobertson, will un
Belle Mc-in net neber 24 weather own cards. NtheW Ymportance of developing the lice headquarters here to thankdobtdl have a gay precarn-
The ouple were: Mrs. Bal Womans. CluDaytoan- The public is cordany invite hoo children' in learning bea-the trooper who helped wenher va sphere, nth Pacific
gowns of nual charit.ycard party will be to support the affair, bout their own folklore and cus-eear got a fiat tire on the hPgh.lchapter Bal will carry through

Mrs. Boer. Mrs. Orrd, Mrs. F arrt car got comatnation of taste and economy. *.. .l cr .ry A *hrug
man were Mrs. Ande Trson, FeMrs. wis Mrs. ateeof toms As a hobby the versatile way. tte efforts of chairman Cato May
rn taffea b haeffer and Mrs. Pierce. a arust has composed lyrics to '1 have no Idea what his name:.and chairman Robert Engelke.
to eTrap- Road, begiwninig le.attra .m.t Uvelfdr several dozen popular songs of'is." she wrote, "but he was dark,' The present buzz of activity a-
.qqto thelThere willbe attractive door .- DouItng varied ryths, y and very handsome." mong the members of the Canal
no coart Refreshment will be served. A spokesman said the descrip. Zone Police Association. is best
.-. with The tickets are $1 and can' be A board meeting has been call-. tion was not much help in locat- explained as being a means of ef.
I 61defs. i Prhed .]c~natret j I _ed by Mrs. Patsy Ryan. president'ing the man because it applied to fecting the success bf the two e-
I ollaszmh. purchased at thecdoor or rm lfor 9 a.m. Mrs. Ripoll's program "most New Jersey troopers." vents which are highlights of the

e ushered Ft._ Davis Offieers Wives Meet ow Kincai c Mrs. Thelma Kruse and
,rs 3rian The. monthly meetne of the tb oex numb.- ,istd d".iV Mrs. Mary Sp-rling. Guests of
McKeown, Fort Davis Officers' Wives was cglal anotk aw ea ddor qv/mI
de. held Wednesday at 1 p.m. by..hand I O ~ o f teasurers are cordially Invited' ,
guests fore- A raffle of silver coffee serv- _u_ _a,.b.N yt ,...E,.rA Li
ion at the ice or m ovie ram era is underw ay Inm in w md 1i11 1/1- 1 1 StP EhCp- A L
Columbus for the benefit of the children's Curundu Card Gr up [O
welfare fund. Drawing will be MeetsWeds.e y Lo,. urn
f 1951. the on Friday. March 4. du Wol aW'.Club will meet at ,/flc. -
! emulov- the Comm ity building In Cu-
ibrook Air The club also decided to upon- rundu, wa esday morning at 9Stte,.oJ nd4, 7) Z IIlI [iEXCURSION!
early last .ls'Sa."Leo Favrot as hostesses. (during February)

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the San Francisco District, to
and 9:00 p.m. every day.

collect payments for my services between the hours of 8:00 a.m.

If you live in the San Francisco District or any other district, and desire to pay for my
services at the "SAS PHARMACY", please bring your last service bill and they will be pleased
to accept your payment. All accounts must be paid in full because there are nb facilities for
accepting partial payment.

You will receive the same friendly and courteous service at "SAS PHARMACY" as is being
accorded customers of the Rio Abajo District who transact payment for my services at the
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to your favorite pieces aned he
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St. withoutl buffet)
Buffet & 1 istl 3MO
Inctaloes araied charge.

MAl Of Hnor wns

soBd y .and Erna
Carthy. .
They-wore similar i
lavo der, yellow and
spe timely. Tulle ove
forr the.Stfil sklrtSI
less '"odes similar
bride'S. Jackets with tR
ter sleeves and queet
completed the cOqtu
which the girls carried
Mr. Herbert Boetto
best man. Guests wer
to their places by Me
Smyth and William J.
Jr.. brother of the brid
After the wedding, gi
gathered for a recent
nearby Knights of
A graduate of Balb
School with the lass o
bride has recently bee;
ed as secretary at A
Force Pase where the R
on mtlitaTy duty until
n nth. He is a tradual
tral catholic High I
Green Bay. where th
will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Tochter
tn have left this mo



includes all this:

* Round trip fare Panama to Bogota
in Avianca speedy, 4-engine -planes
* 2 nights in luxurious Hotel Tequendama
* Sightseeing around historic Bogota
* Transportation, airport to city and return
* All travel documents arranged

Sunday in the big Santa Maria Bullring,
Magnificent bulls fought by famed. matadors
Aparicio, Gir6n, Pedres & Chicuelo II

Call your travel agent or Avianca, Pan. 2-2956

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279 Central Ave..
TeL 3-0140

MENT Two electric ranges,
glass washer, 25 cy. motor. Bot-
tie cooler, Refrigerator 9 cu. ft.
2'; cy., Refrigerator 10 cu. ft. 25
cy.-Phone Mr. (Choliy) Wil-
liams. Balboa 2-3466.
FOR SALE:-Dining table and 5
chairs, Venetian blinds for 4
family. 5440-A, Piablq or C;ll
FOR SALE:-lMahioony living
room, dinfrig ..tmom, bedroom
furniure, bookcases, gas stove,
typewriter and table, radio. I
East 45th St., Phone 3-0989.

D'ON-Lessons iin hy s uidi or
at pupils Sat.tdays
lessons in Cristobal-Colon.. For
informations coll: Prof. ,Fran;
Manfredi, P anama 3-1909 or
Cristobal 2424.

P'bentaI landing

if hoPWae Lt
uh* Wm fss,

TOLEDO, 0. (UP) This
citv's first successful airport was
established because an Army ser-
reant ran out of gas while flying
in this area.
D,'"ing the spring of 1920 while
working in his cornfield, farmer
Fred J. Reuthoringer strw a pltsre
in distress and signalled for it to
The plane, piloted by a man
remembered now only as: a Ser-
geant Pomeroy, landed safely.
The sergeant told Reutheringer
that there were numerous flights
between Detroit and Dayton, 0..
and that Army planes often ran
short of fuel In the Toledo area.
The farmer with ah eye to busi-
ness, suggested the Army lease
his cornfield as an emergency
landing field.
The next day the Army moved
in with three officers, 130 enlist-
ed men and 30 truckloads of
equipment to set up whet .became
thefirst successful airport here.
the first successful airport here.

FOR SALE: *i- Dodge Coronet,
perfect condition, duty paid. Bar-
gain. Telephone 2-1259, office
FOR SALE:-1948 Cadillac, 4-
door Sedan, block, W-S-W tires,
leather upholstery, radio. Bdr-
goin. Telephone 6333, Balboa,
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth
Sedan. "Lambswool Cream" fin-
ish. New rubber. Extras. 32.000
miles $750.00. Private owner.
Gatun 5-579.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
Convertible. Rocket engine, per-
fect condition, excellent rubber,
$650.00. Clayton 87-7223.
FOR SALE:-Must tell! 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. Call
Albrook 3298.
FOR SALE: 1953 4-door
Chevrolet Belt-Air Sedan. Light
blue & cream, W-S-W tires, ra-'
dio, backing up lights, excellent
condition. $1700.00. 2127-C
East Sixth St. Curundu.
FOR SALE:-1953 Pontiac 4-
dor Sedare. Like new with. 21.000
miles. Must sale immediately on
account of leaving the country.
Special bargain. Phone Colon
595. ____________
FOR SALE:-"49" Mercury Cony.
Bid. "90," Apt. "A" 2nd St.
Coco Solito, C.Z.
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-
aoly perfect. New tires and bat-
tery. $1600.00. Phone Gatun
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Pickup,
/4 ton., 5 m on ths use, 4000
miles only, as new. Apply Cia.
Istmenia de Plomqria,. S.A. Phonra
FOR SALE :-1951 Morris Ox-'
ford Sedan, $520.00. Via Po-
rras N. 63, Telephone 3-5504.


h 'of July AVe. No tS
to Braniff atice,
_C.9. FABEGA. O.D. .
ier -Fellow i- -.utor -- GeoSrge-
0 town Univ.. Washington,.C .
District Dentist Pedro MIKuei
and Gambol. C Z.
S (dentSre and cOrldseotl.,
A. llsA5IVE (new tehnique
for dental fillings).
ao ervi C i X-ray Surery -
hone Panam (28) 2-2011
o-or appetatment. I
gUs: a.m. to 12 neon-2 p.m. to
S p.m. daslY.

"Insure In
Sure Insuranc h
contact -
Phone Panama 2-0552
th of July Avenue No. 14-28
aIFIgog -I6. :2: s and 11:3-5-90

Before you buy a
REFLEX see the

By JACK SCHEMEIL painting passed through several
Swiss Reflex Camers Ihands in the course of 40 years.
I PARIS (UP) The noted "Even if we tracked it down to
You'll buy artist, Fernand Leger, admitted a dishonest person who originally
recently that one of his paintings stole the work this could not be
',,1 "estimated at $20,000 might have prosecuted because there is a
S N been sold to a German art deal- three-year prescription for theft,"
er to whom he was under con- Clot said.
tract some 40 years ago at a fee This limit does not apply to a
1.' of about $1,50 a month. civil complaint,, and would be
"In 1913 I had a contract with possible, if ee 'did discover
Daniel Kahnweller, to whom I who originally stole the painting
sold all my wor,:s for 500 francs for Leger to be awarded dam-
a month," Leger told the United ages. But this result is rather re-
Press {mote.
A la 5 d Mayo th Leger pondered the possibility In any case, Clot is certain that
ORRAS f- U t5 de Mayo that a painting, which he claims Rosengart is the painting's pres-
She never sold or gave away, might ent legal owner and that he can-
dde- DO 1- ~ have been part of his output that not be forced to return it unless
BaldneSS automatically went to Kahnweil- every person concerned in the
er under their contract. probably numerous transactions
Often I inked The painting, a huge abstract over 40 years pays back the mon-
''s n work entitled "Contrastes de For- ey involved in each one.
t h .oin mes" (Contrasts vi Forms), is
ith Emotions presently in the possession of a
Swips art dealer. Leger claims the1
,ANN ARBOR, Mich (UP) painting is still his, and he has
toy may ,loe your ,crowning fled a complaint with Frefchpo-
i If ,.vu're the emotional lice. They are investigating in an
according to Dr.. Thonmasalmost hopeless attempt to trace
en of .the University of Mich-'the channels through which the
a' Medical school. He thinks painting reached Its present own-
'a lo .of hair Is direct-. er.-
m as. wu I Leger, creator of the, ..urals in."
the general assembly hal oft he
Little iant be done for heredi- jIUnited Nations building in New,
ary baldness he said, and you lYork City, said he never sold or
igfht as well reconcile yourself gave away the painting and that
inevitable. lit is still his property.
"And you don't throw away
You can't blame baldness on the 7,000,000 francs," he added.
barber either. Cutting or shaving "i frankly cannot remember:
te hair doesn't affect its growth, what happened to this painting
t beware of home waves or, except that I am sure it is still
Aes that cause skin changes. mine. Maybe it was included in
ds are you'll loss your hair, the works 1 sold to Kahnweiler
you continue using them. under my contract. In that case it'
cbuld have been sold by auction
'for dandruff sufferers the doe- when his belongings were seized
Em' advised a shampoo, of your by the French state as enemy
Brush a well as "our hair. property t.arint the first World
term carrier, you know. War.".

ad*-l that hair be dried But Kahnweiler, who runs one
a flrr and not a towel. of Paris' best known art galler-,
Is de. a tendency to break ies, is inclined to doubt this.
tair t' l, he explained. | "My contract with Leger began
Ion Oct. 25, 1913 he said. "The
painting was completed before
then, I believe. At least I have!
o- s ts no recollection of it having been .
O V STS handed to me by Leger in accord-
Sance with the terms of his con-
tA fract
It 40%1 A Swiss art dealer. Siegried Ro-
sengart. exhibited the work at Lu.
Si Tire Priees cerpe. It was through coincidence
S rS irk that Leger heard about the mat-
etread A Dutch buyer asked him for!
A *ery large paitulsg. Leer did
emo WeNl Tif ; but, on seeing it, the buyer
Sold him he preferred the one beo
Shad seta in the Lucerne. exhibiV
lion. ,e 1 er immediately Istruct.
ed.his lawyer 4A.| a.jmnplaint
so an investigation told be
L speetor C fot la, -t at con -
.2- fl seat the police investigation will
.. asucces&Aht tafr apparently the




Rooms with bcpthroom. Special
SpricC for AAK members.

Feb. 11th, 12th, 13th
Sponsored by Hotel El Panama.
3 Full Days. Leave February 1 -th
at 7:30 o,m. return late Sunday
afternoon 13th. Fishing through
the Pearl Islands, visiting with
primitive Choco Indians, spear-
ing crocodiles, jack light hunt-
ing, cruising up the Sombu river,
aboard El Panama's Pescadora.
Bring old clothes, comfortable
CAMERA, For information, res-
ervation, phone Jungle Jim,
Hotel El Panama, Panama 3-

Package tour to Bogota during
February! Only $120.00 gives
you round-trip passage, airport
transportation, two nights in lux-
urious Hotel Tequendomo, sight-
seeing tour, ticket to real bull-
fight, with world famous bull-
fighters Aporicio, Pedres, Giron,
Chicuelo II. Call Avionca, Pan-
ama 2-2956, or your travel a-
gent 'for details.

FOR SALE:-Montuno complete.
7th Street No. 7-46.
FOR SALE:-One Plymouth en-
gine, 2 clutches for G.M. 671,
1 Va to I reduction gear. Colon
FOR SALE: Cocker .Sponiel
pups. 6 weeks, $30 and $35.
CI0 84-5105 Sgt. Gordon.
FOR SALE:-Cheap. Piano, good
condition. 3rd of November St.
House No. 5, room No. 1. Pan-
FOR SALE:-Three trunks suit-
able for storage, packing, price
$20.00. One large steamer rug
$10.00. A sterling silver teo set
$50.00. Room 334, Hotel Tivoli.
FOR SALE:-L-etIr plane like
new. Cooper 6-206, Gambee.
FOR SALE:-Automatic Ironer,
,vacuum, 'cleaner, chW bench,
nest tables, Ming tree, kitchen
cabinet, lamps, metal buffets,
pictures, Louvres, books, book
ends, table stove, miscellaneous.
589 Bayono, Ancon.

Boats & Motors

- I--..

FOR SALE:- Rebuilt Chrysler
75, motor with boat transmis-r
sion, 1-8 foot dingly, lopstreak,
capper riveted. 1 boot trailer,
ball hitch 6-50-16 tires. 1 boy's
26" bicycle, 1 girl's 26" bicycle.
763-A Los Cruces St., Balboa.

FOR SALE:-36' Wheeler, sport
fishing boat and family cruiser.
New Chrysler Crown Special, 125
h.p. Fully equipped. Asking
$5000.00. Home phone Curundu
4295; office Clayton 4291.

Real Estate
FOR SALE :-Magniftcent lot, ex-
cellent location, Parque Lefevre.
Near Golf Heights. Bargain price.
Telephone 6333 Balboa, 2-1701
FOR SALE:-2 bedroom house,
living .room, dining room, porch,
garage, maid's room, at Los
Cubres Boyaca St. Andes Sur.

US Nurses Charter

Foundation For Study,

Charitable Purposes

NEW YORK, City, Feb. 5 -The
American Nurses' Association has
formed a membership corp o r a-
tion, the American Nurses' Foun-
dation, Inc., organized exclusively
for charitable, scientific, literary
and educational ,purposes.
This was announced here by
Agnes Ohison, R. N., president of
the Anierican Nurse's Association
who was elected president of the
foundation, at the annual meeting
of the ANA board of directors.
Officers and directors of the

IN PARLEY-Arm. John Cas- foundation elected are: vice-presi-
sidy is in London to start talks dent, Miss Pearl Mclver, chief.
on the defense of Turkey and4 Public Health Nursing Ser v i c e,
the neighboring areas. Be is United States Public Health Serv-
commander in chief of U. S. Ice, Department of Health, Edu-
Naval forces in the eastern cation and Welfare. Washington,
Atlantic and the Mediterranean. D. C., secretary-treasurer, Mrs.
-.. .. .--- Elizabeth K. Porter, dean Frances
Payne Bolton School of Nursing.
- ----* -eve University. Cl-

The new Poundation was incor-
porated on January 25, under the
w- of 4&- eNM of COlambia
AUmbr. L or .
iner 'le u State.
Board of Nrone Examiers, said
that the Foundation amete to be
able to solicit grants a ifts
from the eral public and m
0 other charitable WnaIeaRMO wth
Ce cmplete assurae f ti
lity thereof for imacoa state
Someties strong lo ** tjax peposes, "au
Sn kntIeonf W O kSr (. t the Qtern ?mor

WILLIAMS' Sontd Clora Beoch
.Cottoge-rockWs, refrigeration,
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

Phillipa. OCoiside cottage s,..
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa.
Phone Paorma 3-1877, Cristo-
bol 3-1673.
Gromlich's Santa Clar Beach
Cottages, Modem conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
. 6-441.

past Spnta Clara. Low rates.-
Phone Balboa 1866.


FOR RENT:-Cholet, 2 bed-
rooms, g ar a g e, basement.
$135.00 monthly. East 43rd St.
No. 52. Inquire at house No. 50.

ATTENTION G J.! Just b u it
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:--Fumished and uh-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
meots. Contact Alhambro Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386,
FOR RENT:-Fumished, modern
apartment, new concrete house,
$65.00 Via Porros 114.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bed-
rooms, living-dining room, kitch-
en, bathroom. 13th Street No.
16, Via Porras.
FOR RENT: 2 apartments liv-
ing-dining room, 2 bedrooms,
kitchen, bathroom. 2 apartments,
living-dining room, 1 bedroom,
kitchen, bathroom. Spacious lo-
cale, suitable for office, ware-
house or agencies. "B" Avenue
& 7th Street, city. Tel. 2-1701,
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment, one or two bedroom at
Vista del Mar. Telephone 3-

FOR RENT:-Apartment living-
rom, one bedroom, modern con-
veniences. Phone 3-0502. 117
Via Espala upstairs.

SFOR RNT:-ldelo- for bachelor
or couple; nicely *fumrihed one
bedroom apartment, all modern
conveniences, located at "El
Cangrejo". Available at once.
Phone 3-4644 from 3 to 8 p.m.


FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment, living-dining room, two
baths, maid's room, garage, laun-
dry facilities. 44th Street No. 32,
Apt. 4, Bella Vista. Tel. 3-0815.

FOR RENT:-Furnished aport-
ment' 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, porch, 2 bathrooms.
48th Stweet No. 2,7, Bell Vista.
FOR RENT:-Furnished one bed-
room apartment. 48 St. No. 43.
$75.00 monthly.. $70 long
term gas stove.

FOR RENT:-Beautifully furnish-
ed room. double couch, refrigera-
tor, kitchen cabinet, stove, bath
and private entrance. 52nd Street
No. 3. Phone 3-0638; -

WANTE-t-25 cycle washing
machine. Tel. 6-429.
WA 1TED -4a o og et

WANTED:--Gas hot water heat-.
er. CoIl 3-6496 or a3-0010.


MORE OF THOSE PARCEL POST PACKAeGS for tbe Sp. igftl a ot Holy ftm ly lch,
Margarita. C.Z. Each day the hill of p0Icime. to bigger nd bigger -. thanks to the tirele
work of two delivery boys (left to right) bUl Will and Jimmy McOloin. Remember
packages are yours at the Spring Fair In Margarita, The dates Saturday. Feb. 12 1-5
Is Children's Day. Sunday, Feb. 13 from 10:30 a.m. and Monday, Feb. 14 starting at 6:00 p.AU
are the two days for general patronage.

How To Play Shell Game

LOOKING FOR SHELLS at Venado Beach Brad Haskell, Virginia Chllds, Olivia Childs

By OLIVIA H. CHILIM A few times on the beach and
you won't be satisfied with the
Perhaps you have admired "common names" but will want
someone's shell collection? It to read some of the excellent,
could be a dozen colorful shells beautifully Illustrated books bn
on a shelf or hundreds of care- conchology found in the library.
fully tagged specimens in glass
cases. No matter how displayed, The only equipment needed U
they are a pleasure to look at a long-handled spoon, basket
and fonlie, pail or sack for your "haul" and

Walk out any beach during ex.
tremely low tides and pick up
some beautiful live snails. Showy
pink murex r. easily
found half buried n, sand a-
round rocks. Tigers, tooth shells,.
and cones usually cling to the
sides or are between rocks.

Hose Living Room!

Maybe, Says Expert

In Home Design

Uilted Press Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK -(UP)- The day
may come when a woman cleans
house simply by turning the hose
on it.
Paul McCobb, young New York
designer; said new developments
in synthetics in the next few years
virtually could do away with house
cleaning as women now knot it.
"Cleaning the' living room could
be just a matter of turning- the
hose on it," McCobb said, "Al.
though frankly I don't think wom-
en would want it that way."
McCobb ligs't predicting what
neow synthetics will appear his
business is design, not chemistry.
But whatever they are,- he- said,
tfiey "dmist not ape wood or fib-
rics. They will have to have plea-'
ing qualities Which belong to 'them
alohe.' *
TTuirlng to comment on what. Is
ahbeadtir 1i tcCobbW-Wp ted.
more-lightness and brightoAan in
home ifurnishbinq *. "

... ---T-- -- 'The' eyke of color In home dee-
FOR' SALE:-Trlumph Thunder- orating uns- abdut :10 ? r," Me-
birtnwbtorcycle 8500 miles, good Cobb said in a Interview. 'We're
cornition. Telephone 5-360. just how getting out of the dark
~wall eta into one of off-whites and
other eightt shades.
"Houses Bare getting sttaller.
lRooms& are, tob. The feeling of
Spaciousess and light has to be
created in. som e w aY wh-te.
Withsands Desert, McCobb .
r wals and 'uclf bright accentsas
Sn ow wtom lemon yelow -asd ivocado green
%lVW % Mi 1e 1 ,in other parts ofthe room. I.
A coat of white paint, he said,
LIAM Hermhoet -technical repre also causes wall or rO shape
tentative for the Naugatuck defects to cede, but dark colors
Chemical Division of tke -U. S. only highlight them,
Rubber Co., predicts plastic auto _
bodies soon will be "out of the "And white is the p t back-
sand-lot league." gr.uad shade," he :r..
HIermonet told a meeting of the' McCobb ptedits art inereasing
Aierican Society of Engineers se of such metals as s,tcop-
that plastic auto bodies l 'meam per, and sta les steel t only
higher quality and logger life" ,because of their- easy mainten-
an. wood be in mass production anc, but alsW because they gve
soon because of the "advantages fur-fture a -.ight. spacious smm
aaad' by their use. which wood aaim cannot edo.
lernonet reported on the Alem. ot that We'r.eheaded for an
blo One, the first commercially all-metal era metal will be coM-
produced plastic auto body which bined with .
was produced in California 1to e O- M ai
Iin. frsbaainqga styenwill -be
*- t has traveled over 50,00 pretty stable fr the next I"w uador all possible condi. years.
bakeal asseerton "Auralro luttehisow-, t u
.n Aoto, chMb4 tastes Ioccur aboa t e oll
'row %eeash to ecasti years." M'c W'he I
Mlialer o Bnrt>atr a escagMet reat conte.pofya ._. -ha -.a
aw mead" neaarig run s eoujtf
.. ^ .. ^ ^ ,. -,a

a small container for your tiny
rare shells. Gloves or a wad of
cloth with protect your hands
when turning barnacle-covered
ks to find 'the stmodth shiny
cowries which ire such a delight.

Shorts, sneakers (to protect
your feet and ankles for cuts),
and a brimmed hat or cap are
the ideal uniform. Most novices
find a juicy orange or canteen
of water very welcome after an
hour or two on the beach. After
you find your first live shell
hours seem like minutes.
After returning- home with
your shells to insure they become.
part of a collection and not just
a "bad smell," cover them with

water and boil for five to 20 min-
utes (depending upon thE siz of
the shells). Do this even before
you shower or relax.
The animal is then 'blown out'
by means of a "Jet nomde" which
Is a gadget .made by welding an
8 inch length of 1/4 Inch metal
tubing to a Titting and aen
screwed to a water faucet Th- i
resulting water pressure and a
large pin are all that Is needed
to get your shells 'clean as a
whistle. Do this before the ahalla
A. few words of caution: Uve
cones have been poisonous so
handle carefully and don't let
the animal come in contact with
your skin.
Tread slowly and cautiously
on the smooth sandy stretches
,as they often cover soft mud
Into which one can easily ul a.
I Watch the tide! As soon as Jt
turns keep an eye towards th
mainland and don't get caught.
on a sand bar unless you would
like to-swim.'

Ted Kluszewski Signs;

Hopes To Improve On

Great '54 Performance


NEW YORK,, Feb. 5 (UP) -
Ted Kluszewski said today he
hoped to improve on his Impress-
Ive 1954 performance but the
Cincinnati Redlegs' 235-pound
first-baseman soft-pedaled talk
that he will challenge' Babe
1Ruth's record total of 60 home
'I'rm going to do everything I
can to improve on my 1954 rec-
ord, Kluszewski said after sign-
ing for an estimated $40,000. "I
don't mean particularly in home
runs, but everywhere. I want to
improve my overall offensive a-
bllity and polish up my defensive
play." -
'3eneral manager Gabe Paul of
the Redlegs predicted that Klus-
.ewskl would have a "good
chance" next season to equal or
surpass Ruth's single -season
home run mark. He said the
presence of right-handed sltu-
ier Ray jablonaki in the Redleg
lineup in addition to the remov-
al of the right field screen at
Sportsman's Park, St. Louis
would give Ted his Whance.
Klassewskl, who said be Is
only a couple o. pounds over
'his playing weIl IVapt ed 49.
homers. and dreW aIn 1 rans
to lead'thqNatlenal mague in
both departtmqts last' seaOns
Ue hit .326 and fltished sm-
ond to WHUUi MayS of thee Ne
York i6lats in the moet val-
uable player award baIlotlg.
The philadelohia PhiUlles and

tional League." Ennis batted .al
hit 25 homers and drove in 11i
runs last season.
The Phillies also announced
the signing of pitchers B6b MtU,;
er and bonus risk Tom Qul-I
The Cardinals signed outh .
paw Harvey Haddx, -their be 1:
pitcher, for what a cub spokes-e
man said "was a probable rale'S.V
Haddlx -compiled an :18-13 ti ;
ord last season following a 20-: .
mark in 1953. His eqduipnent 1I
regarded as among tjihebet
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sic'shistry, confirmed his re- '
trement- with a telegram t I
general manager George Wela
of. the Yankees in which he sa "
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ry physical condition." Wela*
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TI-ck's Best Natives

To Match Strides In

$ 1,000 7 Furlong Dash

LEAD -ERNESTO navarro (sports Sunday) I...
The eagerly awaited meeting of the Juan Fran-
co. race track's best native thoroughbreds will ma-
terialize this afternoon when six of the best locally
bad horses will compete for the major share of the
$1,000 added Ernesto Navarro Classic plus a beau-
tifulj ier trophy offered by the track for the win-
ner- ithe seven furlong blue ribbon event.
This race is a natural. a sizzling pace that gave a lead
It is a fitting tribute to the of six lengths at the half mile
late Don Ernesto. who all his life pole. He gradually lost ground,
preached the "improvement of however, and was passed by his
the 6iFdc"'and was the owner of stablemate turning Into the
some pretty good native horses! homestretch.
himself.'Navarro was one of the The entire field bunched turn-
pioneers of local horse racing ing into the stretch. Turgot,
and devoted much of his time, Chispeante, Cormorant, Vulcani-
towards making local horse rac- zado, Goyonder, Dixiprincess and
ing the organized sport it is to- Merry Slipper in that order.
day Goyonder streaked down the
Present native champion Ri- stretch with Dixiprincess match-
qui, badly beaten in the $5,0001 ing him stride for stride without
added Christmas Classic, will be gainifig on the son of Goya II-
out to vindicate himself. Thati Hope Eternal. They flashed a-
-was the only time Riqul has lost cross the finish line with the
pa race obing against native corn- same margin separating them
peltlon. Bias Aguirre, as -usual, that they had entering the
will'gtilde the Cuadra Mexico stretch.
star. Goyonder returned $9.20, $4.60
Golden Tap, winner of the and $2.40 across the board. This
Christnr-s Classic last Decem- however, was easily overshadow-
ber and the only native to ed by Coronelino's. first race pay-
win that annual feature twice off of $39.00, $17.00 and $12.80
since it was Instituted for na- across the board. The first dou-
tives ight years ago, is Riqui's ble formed by Coronelino and
most angerous rival for the Viajero paid $254.60 tops for
native championship. the day.
The Tap is back in her best The leading rider of the day
form and when right she can was Chilean Jose Bravo who
finish against the best as she scored aboard Montero, Merza
has proven on repeated occas- Matru and Goyonder.
stone. Plaui will be allowing
Golden Tap only one pound The dividends:
124 to 123. Alfredo Vasauez. the
T'Np" -eular rider, will be in FIRST RACE
the saddle.I 1-Coronelino $39.00, 17.00, 12.80
Then there is the improved 2-Gonzaga $18.40, 7.40
Sun's Moon, another of the clas- 3-Gaucha $4.00.
sy natives bred in recent years SECOND RACE
that have raced with great suc- 1-Viajero $6.20, 4.40, 2.80
cess against imported thorough- 2-Montmartre $16.80, 15.00
beds. Sun's Moon was an im- 3-Paques $2.60.
pressive winner against Class 'H' First Double: (Coronelino-.
horses only last week. Favorite Viajero) $254.60.
Jockey Fing Flores will do the' THIRD RACE
booting. The Moon will tote 123 1-Montero $2.40, 2.40, 2.20
pounds in this "weight-for-age" 2-Ika (e) $2.60. 2.20
rcre. 3-Camaron $2.20.
Last but not least are the, One-Two: (Montero I k a )
youthful three-year-old stars 0-F $4.40.
ceani iar and Concejal twol FOURTH RACE
terrific sprinters. Ocean Star is 1-M. Matru $4.20, 5.00, 5.80
alreaifW.%cng with success a- 2-Golden Pick $6.00, 6.60
galnat Imported horses as may 3-Sixoala $5.80.
-pe ttestm d by the fact that he Quiniela: (M. Matru-Golden
is classified among Class "G"! Pick) $39.60.
imported horses. Conceal hasi FIFTH RACE
been causing the lockers to sit 1-Mimi $2.60, 2.40, 2.20
up and take notice with the 2-J. de la Cruz $3.60, 3.60
sizzlit.. times he has been chalk- 3-Historia $3.60.
Ing up while racing to ridiculous- SIXTH RACE
ly tp victories his last three 1-Clepsvdra $6.00, 5.20, 2.60
tiUes out. 2-The Bouche $4.80. 3.60
h'eean Star and Concelal both 3-Sally Soruce $2.80.
get into this race under 11 SEVENTH RACE
pounds. Aleiandro Ycaza will 1-Gay Spot $6.20, 3.20, 3.40
gde Ocan Star while the voter- 1 2-Monte Rouge $3.00, 2.80
:i0 Jose "Paco" Bravo will at-I 3-r'xnlicito $15.60.
tempt to et the Stud Mirza colt Second Double: (Clepsydra-
home in front. Gay Spot) $20.60.
The "classic overshadows the EIGHTH RACE
others M race on an excellent card 1-Fol $4.00, 2.20, 2.20
whleh includes a wide open !-r-. Club 3.00, 2.20
olass "B" .$750 seven furlon' 3-Tiger's Teeth 52.60.
sprint in which seven horses are Quiniela: (Fol-Devons h i r e
entered including Sugarplum. Club) $10 40.
Slni .Feiner, Lexdcen, Persian NINTH RACE
Countess. Mirzatonts. Relampa- 1-Postinovich $12.00 6.60, 6.20
go Irj4 Valley Star. 2-Majestic $8.20, 5.60
Mrs- Loly de Lazzarin's Go- 3-Charlier $7.40.
yonder swept from the ruck yes- One-Two: (Postinovich-Ma-
terdfy to score a thrilling one- jestic) $f1i9.40.
length victory in the featured TENTH RACE
one mile $650 Class" "C" race., 1-Goyonder $9.20, 4.60, 2.40
Dixiprincess was second and 2.--Dixiprincess $5.00, 2.40
Turgot third another length 3-Turgot .2 20.
further back. I ELEVENTH RACE
Chispeante stepped to the[ 1-Filon $6.40, 3.00
front right at the break and set 2-Piropo $2.40.

Tokyo Giants Arrive 'uan Franco Graded Entre '
P.P. Borse Jockey Wgt. COMMENT ODDS
At Tocum en Tonight 1st Race "I" Imported 6V Fgs.Purse: $375.00 pool closes: 12:45
First Race of, the Double
H' 3 I -*iA.v nVl TYial- 1 1 5 2. 4-WP ,i t hn h -.ho A wA B 1

2--0. Fancy
3-V. Breeze
7-Sir Boss

2nd Race 'F"

.F. fAIU"l. Ila
A. Ubi. 113
V. Alvear 118
G. San. 117
H. Reyes 107
L. GOral. 115
J. Rodri. 116
A. Vas. 115

-we btU45oug TU was uea
-Runs well at times
-Usually beats these
-Distance seems short
-Good early speed
-Poor effort in last
-Mutuels favorite -
-Rates fair chance

Native 6/ Fgs. Purse: $275.00 Pool close: 1:15
Second Race of the Double

1-Julie Mena R. lo0x-Usually close up 3-1
2-Tuira A. Gonza. 97x-Would pay long odds 15-1
3-Daniel B. Agui. 115 -Hard to beat here 3-2
4-S. Time J. Jime. 104x-Early speed only 10-1
5-Nacho A. Valdi. 115 -Last was revealing 2-1
6-G. Glass R. Teja. 97x-Not good enough 15-1
7-Dalida P A. Ycaza 112 -Nothing recently 4-1
8-Bull Flea A. Vas. 118 -Blazing early speed 5-1
9-Naranjazo J. Gongo. 104 -Usually moves late 5-1
10-Loterla F. Hidal. 102 -Nohing to recommend 25-1

3rd Race "B&C" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $350.00 Pool closes: 1:45
1-Yosikito F. Godoy 112x-Regaining form slowly 8-1
". 2-Metto V. Orte. 111 -Rates good chance 3-1
S3-Chepanlta A. Vas. 111 -Will fight it out 3-1
4--Joe C. Igle. 107 -Dubious ride in last 4-1
5-B. Gold J. Bravo 118 -Form indicates 3-2
6-Don Grau G. San. 118 -Should be close up 3-1

4th Race "H" Imported 4 Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20

MASTERMINDS Manager Shigeru Mizuhara of the Tokyo
Giants (center) is flanked by his two assistant managers, Tet-
suji Kawakami (left) and Shigeru Chiba. Kawakami is a .322
hitting first baseman while Chiba is the team's second baseman.
The Giants open their Latin American tour by playing the
Panama Pro League Cnampion C. V. Yankees at the Olympic
Stadium tomorrow night. Tuesday night they meet the Soda-
men and Wednesday the runnerup Smokers.
The Yomiuri Giants of Tokyo, usually high as may be attested
Japan's best professional base- by the fast rate at which the box
ball team, is scheduled to arrive seats are being sold. The re-
at the Tocumen airport at 9:30 served seats, which are only be-
tonight. ing sold on the basis of the en-
The team opens its local three- tire series for $5.00 each, went
game series against the Cham- on sale yesterday morning and
pion CV Yankees tomorrow night were practically sold out by press
at the Olympic Stadium. The time.
other two games will also be
played at the Panama Stadium. Tickets for the covered stand
Tuesday night the Japs are and the bleachers will go on
scheduled to meet a Sodamen sale tomorrow morning at 8 a.m.
team that will be strengthened The Giants are favored to win
by several Smoker players. the series against the local teams
Wednesday night the visitors because of thpir brilliant show-
win'md up their stay by meeting ings against jajor league aU-
th de d Smokers stars artd ith New York Giants.
Interest in the series is un- Leo Durocher and .company vis-
___________ited Jap'n in J953 and went
home with glowing reports a-
~ bout the heads-up brand of
huaiiPhn11 n a y m neu-Iaps I

Dan s Dilemma

Dan's pockets bad no diver
For some money h' was pling'
rhen a P. A. Want Ad he
Got a job hbe delighted!

uaoa ajn played Oy the Tap&
The CV Yankees' star out-
fielder Gip Dickens, who play-
ed against them while station-
ed in Japan a few years ago,
says they are real good ball-
players, especially on defense
and in the pitching depart-
Al Kubski's boys, however, are
rated slight favorites over the
visitors for the opening game of
the series.

Juan TFrico Tips

3-Black Gold
6-C. Malone
7-D. Maiden
9-(Donny Boy (e
11-Golden Bound

Sir Boss|
Don Wende
Goflen Tap1
Charming P.
e) Fan,
Sinn Feiner

5-Tap Lady
9-Don Wende

B. Agul. 118 -Distance suits style
M. Ycaza 110 -Showing Improvement
J. Phililps.,116 -Should score off last
Mena R. 11Ox -Is usually late
A. Gonsa. 97x -Would pay juicy odds
F, San. 0lix-Rates longshot chance
J. Reyes 118 -Was once much best
S. Carva. 115x -Not in this distance
F. Hidal. 105 -Likes short sprint


1-Ocean Star
4-Golden Tap
6-.(Sun's Moon

1-C. Prince
3-Courtly P.
6-C. de Gato

'A. Ycaza 116
B. Agui. 124
J. Bravo 116
A. Vas. 123
J. Avila 123
K. Flores 123

-Will'force the pace
-Reportedly ready
-Gets stiffest test
-Will fight it out
-Doesn't belong here
-Usually too late

5th Race "F" Imported 6% Fgs. Purse: $500.00 Pool closes: 3:38
First Race of the Double
1-Espagirico V. Casti. 113 -Ran well last time 3-1
2-Matruh J. Bravo 113 -Distance to liking 2-1
3--Begonia L. Giral. 115 -Returns from layoff 5-1
4-D. Duchess C. Cha. 115 -Good early speed 10-1
5-Joe's F. B. Agul. 110 --Outrun in last 4-1
6-Henry Lee G. San. 108 -Must improve more 8-1
7-Proud Pearl J. June. 101x-Nice effort in last 4-1
8-C. Malone A. Valdi. 115 -Has strongest finish 3-1

7th Race "G" Imported 7 Fiv. Purse: $450.00 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Double

1-R. Emblem
2-D. Maitti
3-R. Alligator
4-Bar One
7-S. Of Scone

J. Phillips 110 -Fastest at getaway
A. Mena 113 -Knocking at door
M. Hur. 113 -Early speed only
M. Reycs 118 -Complete flop to date
G. San. ll2x--Should be conter"-r
A. Gonza. 112x--Runs well when rested
L. Tufion 107x-Poor recent races
A. Ycaza 115 -Nothing to indicate
J. Bravo 110 -Ran well last time


G. San. 113 ,-Should repeat off last
R. Gonza. ll0x -Needs better rider
V. Alvehr 103 -Poor effort in last
Reyes R. l5x -Distance handicaps
M. Reyes 115 -Showing improvement
A. Ycaza 108 -Dubious ride last week

1-Greco E. Dario 10 -Distance kills chance
2-Fan V. Casti. 113 -At best in short races
3-Hurleeano 'Mena R. 103x -Distance to liking
4-Guayaquil M. Reyes 11 -I-Last was revealing
5-Westow A. Ubi. 105 -Nothing recently
8--El Regalo A. Gonza. I Qx-Longshot possibility
7-(D. Boy J. phililps 110 -R-tes good chance
8-(Regal Bliss L. Girl. 1.4 -Could score again


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Lucky Strike Wallops

7461st Signal 13-1;

Doubleheader Today.

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Teams Won Lost
Lucky Strike 5 1
American Legion 4 3
Womack Distillers 3 3
7461st Signal 1 6
Today's Games 1:00 p.m.
First Game
A. Legion vs. Lucky Strike
Second Game
W. Distillers vs., 7461st Signal
Lucky Strike walloped the 74-
61st Signal 18 to 1 on Thursday
night and moved closer to
cinching the first half which
ends next week.
Lucky Strike pushed across 4
runs in the top of the first and
then went on to score in every
inning except the fourth and
seventh inning. The winners
hammered out a total of 15
basehits against a trio of 7461st
Hard working Red Wallace
started on the mound for Signal
with Lefty Conrad taking over'in
the third and Jeff Sexton coming
on in the sixth and finishing
Bob Medinger hurled the first
two frames with Manuel Mora
taking over in the third and get-
ting credit for the win.
For the losers Woodlief and
Matsumoto with triples, Hale,
Norton and Kalish with singles
were the only batters to connect
safely off of the comBined of-
ferings of Medinger ad Mora.
"Ski" Jendrysik with 3 for 4
and Mora 3 for 6 led the Strik-
ers 15 hits assault.
The box score:

Players AB R
Cox, ss 4 1 '1
Kosilk, 2b 4 0 0
Nickisher, 2b 1 0 0
Jendrysik, 3b 4 3 3
Huldquist. 3b 1 0 0
Mora, lb, p 8 3 3
Jones, c 1 1 0
Hearne, lb 2 1 2
Fasman, If 2 1 1
Sehluter, rf 5 0 2
Tuietbrt, c 4 2 1
Medlnger. p 1 0 0
Owens, f 3 1 2
Mats umto, 2b,3b 0 1
Biehn, If 3 0 0
WoodUlief, cf 2 0 1
Cash, cf 1 1 1
Norton, ss 3 0 1
Kalish, lb 2 0 1
Stewart, 3b 2 0 0
Cassandro, 2b 1 0 0
Schoener, c 1 0. 0
Jacober, c 1 0 0
Wallace, p 0 0 0
Conrad, p 1 0 0
Sexton, p 0 0 0
x-McCurrey 1 0 0
x-hit for Sexton in the 7th.


Score by Innings
Lucky Strike 412 042 0-13 15
7461st Signal 000 000 1- 1 6

Richard Of 1975

Puts On Skales

(Baby Size i6)

YiOUNG 6 BtAt -p-q l *.
billed as the
hokey plys (Pletb
What have we got here? Tb.
Maurice Richard of 1275?
Vous veyes ice (you e 'ere)
yoeang Ro"te olrin ofe i B
Me., proud wearer et te .
eat hockey skates na tee
(baby size ) on the young
hockey player In 9% world (ihe
months, a spaUklag3 pauda.).
is Mpaternal griadxr, PA
mus Mdrin, hot hockey ffu
csed mag- ov C da to -
the small blades. V"
His SMtr,.al Kgra
Charles Provencher, predcts lit.
tie Rouse will be Aburn'. hbeck.
ey wow aon iee-u ihort order.
Regale aia't gta -Ret,
This old textile city is planning
for a bigger and better Mardi
Gras celebration this year in its
fight for the title of "New Or.
leans of the North." ,Some 00,000
persons are expected to crowd the
predominantly French city during
Mardi Gias week Feb1. 16-.2

B. Agul. 110 -Isiroving slowly
M. Yeaza 112x --Bak in best. orm

10th Race "B". Imported 7 Fs.Purse: $750.00 Pool closes:
1-Sugarplum L. Alral, '113 -Retitus from layoff 3.4
2-Sinn Feiner V. Casti. 115 --Hard to beat here 2-1'
3-Lexden B. Agul. 113 -WI figt It out 3-1
4-P. Countess A. VaS. 110 -Gets 4effat t t -
5-M mrzatats J. BraVo 115 -Dangerous cone under -1
6-(Relampago II 0. San. 113 -Back in top fohn
7-(V. Star F. HIdal. 108 -Could help entryptate

11th Race "E" V'1a*4 7 sFp. Purse: $275.00 Pool eles: xxxa

1-Jal Alai
2--G. Bound
4-liu Fru

A., Omnza. 9x -Apparently outclassed
-A. Yeaza 1165 -Back n best form
B. Agul 125 I -Will- nIt out
L. Giral. 120' -Haet dOngAt finish





5th Race

rnedsfo -lavarro
Purse: $1,000.00

Weight for Age


Pool Closes
7 Fgs. Oi

1.-OCEAN STAR .......... A. Ycaza

2.- RIQL'I ................. B. Aguirre
3.- COI lJAL .. .. ......... J. Bravo


.......... A. Visquez

5.-(BIS ( Vt ................. J.Avila
6.- (%i N'S MOON ........... K. Flores

: 2:55

(2) 116
(4) 12-1
(5) 116
(6) 123
(1) 123
(3) 123

9th Race "D" Imported

Purse: $600.00 Po

ol Closes:


1.-GRECO ............... E. Dario
2.-FAN ............ V. Castillo
3.-HIURLECANO ......... A. Mena B.
4.--GIJAYAQUIL ........... M. Reyes
5.-WFSTOW ............. A. Ubidia
6.-EL REGALO .......... A. Gonzalez
7.-(DONNY BOY .......... J. Phillips
8.--(RFGAF. BLISS ......... Giraldo
9.-riSSCTIFFE) .......... B.IL Aguirre
1O.-SIUPFRSUN) ........... M. Yaeza

1 Mile


10th Race

Purse: $750.00


Pool Closee...

I -

(5) 1013 1-SUGARPLUM ....... L. Giraldo (1) 118

(6) 102x 2.-SINN FEINER ............ VCntillo (2) 118
(7) 115x 3.-LEXDEN ............... B. Aguirre (4) 113
(8) 106.
(9) 10Ox 4.-PERSIAN COUNTESS .. A. Vieque (5) 119
(2) 110 5.-MIRZATOATS .... ,....... J. Brav (7) 11t
(3) 113
(4) 110 6.-(RELAIPAGO II ......... G. SAhw (a) 113 .
(10) 112x 7.-(VALLEY STAR ..... P. HISigo (4)

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.,th Race 7 Furlongs Open Purse: $1.000 Pool closes:
"Ernesto Navarro. Classic" (Weight for age)

8th Race "F" Imported 62 Fgs.Purse: $500.00 Pool closes: 4:40

9th Race "D" Imported 1 MIle Prse: $600.00 Pool closes: 5:15

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3rd and 9th RACES

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Eekian's Whps ReviveFort Wayne Franchis"
km a s o ...s. .. e F o 7A .y.n. -. .. % J

(Harry Gra:son Is on vacation) A
... ""' o',,,o. ,' oo CHAR
NEW YORK -(NEA)-- The ihot
Sdog slopped over with mustard
II aniel P and the bottle of beer weren't d loe v t a
SUU LU X providing much balm for effer-
vescent Charley Eckman. T he
-,-,- "* ***- Fort Wayne ZoUlners had blown a
Joea 14I DIgglio was eiqjoying his first.days in base- Warriorsd and the Pisldton slppa
,Warriors, andthe PistonokeslpwlA
ball's d I& M h. m. ensely. JI looked healthy as well as was as quietas cheerleader Cnar,
happ have whipped that ulcer which had me down two months ley can hif staccato chat
ago." Oluseppe explained. "If you accomplish something out Of "I could go into that locker
the ordinary you usually have to pay for it. I got two ulcers out room and tell them that a buncn
of my rewori-batting streak of 56 straight games in 1941, from of blankety-blanka and so-and-so's
l t spre wWas wonderful while it lasted. But it undoubt- r ,jabbledCnorley.Ti
edly cut hbort my playing career. and the loss was the tnird strain h
"I liav1 r ad tat I should ave gone on for at least another to Philadelphia, against 'o wins,
year with t.W Yedtee. WVI4l I retired none too soon. I wanted, despite the 'isihs, gaudy position
to ault after the 190 season, but that winter the aches and pains atop the National Baske tb all
eased up 4u4n oOled me. They. came back, stronger than ever, League.
the following. iminmer. "But maybe it's my fault. I've
"I see that some of the baseball critics are afraid I might them offa he bos around to
pair them off against that Phila.I b .'
embarrass th Hail-f Fame Jy getting back into baseball. delphia height. i guarantee you
"Well, if I gio return,-It certainly will not be as a player. they 'don't go on beating 1s.Y"
Ahd, meWnake this as strong as possible. I would not take a Three times since that night,
jokas man ger. I *ant nothing more to do with stomach pains. the Warriors have met the Zoll-
"I one 61the major leagues moves into Los Angeles and ners, and three times the Zollners
Sa. I would Ulke to..get into jhe radio and television have won.
side. Fall In l a Franclsco, where big league baseball pos- "He's a pistol," Fred Zollner
sibly w ;Id bave a better chance than in sprawling, football-mad nudged us from his vantage point
Lo, rl behind the Zoliner bench during I
xe' th George Weiss that major Invasion of California a game.
stils .ome dance away. :But if and when it happens, and C
th want me, I will be available." a "Go get as g hoping. i
easy big Mel. Attaboy, Hutcher.
KT INDIANS (Mel Ilutchins, popped one
SW YANKEES TOPPLING THE INDIANSfrom the corner) Mate him
n* I d wlot like the way th g'L went in the Amreican. League work, Zas...(Max.Zas Io f s k y I
last o 1 1iagg o. continued. "It was a three-club circuit, hounds his man on defense) .
.~1 t i *rs of. all the teams other than Cleveland and New On him, Whiz (Andy k 1Ph.
Y Y,> seen- pooled, they would not have finished better than l ip intercepts a pass) ( Larke
Y-rp e w'em good, big'un (6-10 Larry
thl d. Foust dunlks a couple of fouls)" I
| .hoW at those trade and incoming youngsters will perk There Isn't Pi laermong p
U One thing I a fairly sure about. The Yankees the first 10 individual scorers in
laTu for the 1 pennant. the NBA, yet they've scarcely
St ata oTune on Larsen and Billy Hunter wIl been challenged for the western
hef p rlk alot, nd I also feel that Cleveland's lack of true u,...,, ieau since the s e a o n
ci ta p g will catch up with it. st-~ted.
inning 111 games, with that infield A year ago, Charley was a
depend t first base. It so happened that Bob whisue-tooter in this league, and
Lemon, qarcia, Bob Feller and Larry Doby one of his old com tres was won-
were aki r fr extraordinary performances. It during what the magic was that
will not year. converted Eckman into the win-
"Wlie -that the Indians were shut out by the Giants ingest coach in pro basketball.
In the W lie have any psychological effect on them? Yes. Before'a game he stealthily bent
Mr. ]ya doubtless will hear a lot about those four his ear to the Fort Wayne keyhole.
straight d ts from opposition dugouts. That kind of stuff is Charley exhorted: &
very un waant. "Fellas, you ain't gonna win
'1 u I l a Boston for a few days visiting with Dominic and unless you get rebounds off these
came away with the impression that Ted Williams would not be guys. If they get in your way,
back with the Red Sox. To bad for Boston and the American kick the out of them." the
League." How do the veterans go for the '
League," rah-rah?
"I never enjoyed basketball like]
THOUGHT ELECTION StRE'IN 1953 this before," says Zaslofsky. "If
Asked if is eleciofan to the Hall of Fame had surprised him, tico five, and we win, I'm
S OtusO pe re1tetl, "Well, It had to happen. But if I had been It should be interpolated that
bvyp ed am,. I aure you I *oi9d not have turned sour. Max once cherished his 20-point
*t f. .Qth' to get* elected. I found that out. Yet, I did average more than a Las Vegas
make y. liy third try. Even Me Ott had to wait a while. He blackjack dealer..
stoe paying In 1947 and rasn chosen until 1951. Zollner, the munificent manufac-
"I wds led to believe that I was a cinch for election in 1953. turer who's written off an estim-
I wasn tl Leo Angeles the day the votes were to be counted and ated million on basketball and
Baseball writers and photographers gathered atuny hotel for in- softball in 15 years, muses, "Ev-
tervlewa and pictures. ery athlete lives in his own little ,
9IwuZtDut to the Tes. -4tetty soon a turf-reporter brought world thinkwChs ow esfaculty ist
me tl* news. Al Simmbn and Dizzy Dean had made it, and I that he know how to penetrate I
had run a poorrace with 117 votes. Frankly, I felt hurt. But That woter-Eckald."teamp to
when I failed again in 1954, I knew that It was very tough. Now salvagTe basketball for Fort Wayneaup to
that I am in, I am glad that It is rugged to go in. It has to be is the fantastic fruition of a plot
that WAy." recessed in the owner's mind dur-
Inevitably, the conversation shifted to Willie Mays. "That a cocktail party lour years ago
buy is the best all-around ballplayer In the game," Giuseppe exu- when he heard Charley brush off
berated. "He made two throws to the wrong bases in the series, a couple of back-slappers with "I 1MUTUAL OF OMAHA FARM LI
But he wil learn. He represents everything that is great in base- don't want to be onlya. good re-
ball tA nit.. te freh I want to be a coach." Co. of Panama. Standing, left
"r wouid not teach a kid to do some of the things the way Arbasketball lover, sure, but Warren Ashton, Randy Gangle,I
Willie perform them. But for him those. methods are natural. Fred Zoliner was getting tired of Luhr, Randy Colelasure, Floren
r %oQld ot try to change him. By all means, Leo must let losing money in Fort a y n e, lam. Front row, kneeling, left
Willie alon." where for six years he never fin. Bruce Lovelady, R. Harned, Tom
Wished ,above third in the NBA. and Bud Prill. The batboy is Ji
rWhile he preserved pro basket-
ball for the mid-Indiana communi.
BOwling You r Game: 8 ty, cities such as Washington,
SBaltimore, Providence, Chicago,
St. Louis and Indianapolis folded
Lem 'n Your"Hook Through Pratice St ouA hard headed businessman
Learn Yo r Ho k Throug Pra ice so e saw no reason for not
.i crossing into the profit margin
r te 1952 completion of a finely
Coliseum seating a comfort a b 1 e!
,as,o. 'Tne civic minded Zbilneri
bgan to waiver early this seasonI
when attendance was' Iisrnal and
the Zoliners phenomenal. T h e r
was even talk of a franchise move.
The exertion. of Charley Eck-1
"man yanked the blase fans out of
their reveries.

Ground Work Laid

C OI Feb. 5 -3PT .- Th .
ground work has been laid to
I bring Los Angeles and San Fran-.
cisco into the major leagues of,
: professlqnal baseball within the

t a6yh- ed "eTdancdl- M or LIFESAVERS FARM LEAGUE TI
West Coast mitagol leadgi hae- to right: R. LeVee. John Donald
ball. Chas. Belden, John Cenavaggle,
'For I I Stringer. Merle Stringe Curls
ass'agti fact *John Barrett. George Fi ld,.
Ch o shown John Wise.

possible date and in an orderly___
I manner.'
Veeck submitted his reslgns-
tion to Cub president Philip K.
Wrigley. who .also owns the Los
Agelclubansid' PANAMA AMEICA
will besa. (NRA) provide large, mode parks in
..... each city a soon as big league

Ratt s Does t urv i n a halffoot? "We have found sea who are
li afuo T aw tase of the hook sla g invt all ol mo WAR ABS
tat it curbinto that 1-3kettoand j WANTeADa
much more suy than a Msr ightvetompe tam in ea"
.It f h|M to l&W a v a A an. b a lkw ha epr -pIred a workable
r .. -- There I no set way to pl ah Pad a workable
TIprO a* .There ne AO t a pln whereby representative lo
S. As lhw t lvert teIams It put on the field
l ilRljty .thaen,= ki41 Au'. A slow delivery wi immediately. is
ad tthe han 1nsm goaatace down the
wn u llbeft It holds the floor WAN V
'And I t9 break. CAN FILL IUR RS
get he ball to ,' et e h Milwaukee (NEA, Thisl t
lefi9b rmud.,h > ,the ot whMe the hook the first a Marquette basket._______
i tT; Watch seer tMsru. ld up a U-J asr ___._

EAGUE TEAM. Sponsored by Mutual of Omaha Insuirance
to right: Coach Walter Mikulich, Wm. Schmidt, Sammy Witkin,
Luis Andino, Robt. Boyd, Wm. Bunch, Ralph Glazer, John
tio Arosemena, Morty LeVee, Coach and Manager Rlzeg-Wil-
to right: Larry Douglas, Bob Mikulilch, Don Chesson, TI4y Coy,
nmy Gangle, Louis Fontaine, Dave Colclasure, bouglas Major
mmie Gangle. Not shown in picture is Harry Foster.
(Photeoby Bob Hanna)

ARMED FORCES manders went far to his rIah~J
field a hard grounder tha t
The Armed Forces Litle League box and stepped on sentI
games get under way once again, for the final out.
Thursday, February 3, 1955, with Four of CariAbbean Command's
West Bank tripping Kobbe in a 5 hits were for extra base.
8-2 victory, Albrook edging Clay- Mickey Cochran, Brink Mill,
ton 5-2. and Curundu snowing Herbie Schmidt and-
Caribbean Command with a 22- Metzger were the power
4 victory, ting all doubles. Iowe
West Bank took Iobbe in an Pee Wee Wilkenson.
8-2 victory at Kobbe. West Bank' pitcher, gave all he 4
had 5 hits, 1 error to compareI couldn't find any Coini1
with Kobbe's 4 hits, 7 errors. I weakness. Marvin Mattlei
Pitching and catching for West the catcher. ,1 ,,,
Bank were John Bateman and
Jimmy Sutton. Raymond Cabre- _
ra, short stop for West Bank
played an exception ball game.
. Kobbe had two pitchers, Allen
Altman and Jimmy Tomlin.
Catching for Kobbe was Johnnie o,'
The close game between Al-
brook and Clayton came out in B 'rR PO" I
Albrooks favor for a 5-4 victory. By DR. PHOG ALDItI N '-r,
Pitching a outstanding game for Kansas Coach -,6/)"v
Albrook was James Reynolds Written for NEA Se&aie r
who chalked up 9 strikeouts -./
Catching for Albrook was BillyI QUESTION: On a free,
Stevens. Albrook had 6 hits and when can players lined up alTo
two errors. Jim Tackett hit a 2 the foul lane leave their ao
for 3 ball game. Clayton's pitch and try for the rebound. *
ers were Bob Warford and Bob-: Lipman. .. '
by Speir. Paul Hodges caught forl Answer: They must reiAu
Clayton. Their only hit was made side the foul lane until th 1 eai1
by Jack Burk. Clayton had 1 touched the rim or the back A
er hor. or un it lis plain that it WSW s
Pltchin. for Curundu in their touch either.
22-4 victory over Caribbean -
Command was Ray Amato. Q. When coaching high. .scool
Catching was Joe Suarez and players, is there any single
Ralph Frangioni. Curundu had of the game which coach) i
16 hits and2 errors. Caribbean hardet to teach? -Billy il
Command had Brink Miller and
John Frink pitching for them A. Many scholastic coacjes..A.
while George Metzger caught. iree that getting boys into theIa
They ended up with 5 hits. l bit of taking the "right" slahtIs
aThe Armed Forces L it t I e as difficult as anything. i,
League will take a weeks rest
and start the second half of this How many teams areIn t
years games on Monday, Feb- National Industrial Bask e t b 'll
ruary 14, 1955 with CurundukLeague?_Jack
playing host to Kobbe uWest! L
Banktond Clayton and CaribbbeanI A. There are- seven firt-s
Command will be home team industrial quintets in the 6g ,
when they play Abrook. ,,
The Armed Forces L i t t el Q. What is the best way td, -.

three days.
The Curundu at West Bank A. Defensive switching is thef
game and Caribbean Command best way.
at Fort Clayton game whichI I C
were rained out Monday night'
w e r e played Tuesday andi NO SEASONING
Wednesday nights respectively.
West Bank out-sparkled the Lafayette, Ind. (NEA)-' OQ.jy'
rugged Curundu team by a slim four seniors are listed on Purdue';
3-2 victory.'Allen Scott was the sophomore-loaded track squad.
"big gun" for West Bank hitting! '
2 for 2 and driving in all 3 runs I
His contribution to the victory l

for a double driving Barnard uffer fromndigestion,as,
Hadley home from third base. b'constiption., headachbP,,#
adley scored 2 Qf West Bank's: skin blemi;he,g tonI ,
Starring on the ound your chemisttedy.
Starring on the mound wa. HIGALON in a real tonic to tim.
pitcher, Ramon Cabrera. He erand Inte tai e msngaoW
struck out 11 men and walked "r a' fe tabete r
one batter. an ,e
Opposing Cabrera, was Asa
Barley. He fanned 4 men, walk- Encanto Toda .5, .'
ed none but allowed 3 hits. Ba-r-To .5
ley pitched good ball but he and George Raft in
his team-mates just couldn't "MAN FROM CAIRO"
outwit West Bank. Both teams
collected 3 hits. Howard Duff in *
The Clayton-Caribbean Com- "S P ACE W A Y S"
mand game was a thriller as far !
as Commander pitcher, Dick .
Paret, is concerned. He pitched IDEAL Today .25 (.15
a no-hitter, but on a series of Cameron Mitchell In
walks and a passed ball, one lone "GORILLA AT LAGE'
run crossed the plate for Clay- G ...
ton. Dale Robertson In
With 2 out in the second in- 'GAMER FROM A '
ning, bases loaded, second base- GAMBLER FROM NATCH .
man Herbie Schmidt of the Corn-


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With a Program of -varied ae-
PkAam tivites, th e nation's 3,660,000
-UhniOi Scouts and their adult leaders
will celebrate their 4th anni-a
versary during Boy Scout
C & Week, Feb. 0 to 12. This year's,
theme is "Building for a Bet-
he people know the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln. 9,r0Tomorsow.' dMeraste the
purposes of Scouting and the
h ih h~rfn& i %a i th




rc enrage it has in this
country. The .. week completes
ht e Nationa n

Good Turn the boys have un
E dertaken at the r e q p e s t o
Western Euopean onion In Baancen u. w,
President Eisenhower. IMembers
ii will report their accomplish.
Western European Un1ion In Balance 1!"t mentein arousing public recog-
!I I I-nition for adequate protection of
s V .Awwawmv.rrMs our soil, water, mineral, forests
Sev scov rs or asac.., and other resources. President
SIJ Eisenhower will personally hon-
Following Defeat Of Mendes-France _c___vio.
LONDON, Feb. 5 (UP) Di- even if Mendes-France's succes-1 to use the creaky and often other times he squeaked through .
plomatic observers said today sor proves to be a man sympa- paralyzing French parliamentary only because almost half the 627-
the fall of Premier Pierre Men- thetic to WEU.1 procedure to force deputies to I an assembly abstained.
des-France had put the fate of Mendes-kFrance had survived! approve his daring strokes rath-i These were the tests he won:
the Western European Union in more formal and implied votes er than run the risk of alienat-1 June 17, 1954 Invested as
the balance and expressed the by the distrusful French Na-: ing Mendes-France's public. Premier by 417 to 47.
hope that his successor would tional Assembly in his 7!/ Mendes-France won 20 As-1 June 24 Wins agreement to
not try to hold up ratification months in office than any other, sembly tests. Some of his major-, postponed discussion of cabinet
of the Paris accords. premier of the Fourth Republic.! ities were the biggest in the post-" by 433 to 23.
The Foreign Office declined In fact, the brilliant political, war French history when 19 July 23 Wins approval of
immediate comment on the fall strategist was audacious enough premiers served before him. At Indochina ceasefire 471 to 24.
of the dynamic French premier. Aug. 10 Wins approval of
The general hope expressed a- economic program 31-90; wins
mong diplomats here was that Handsome Hollywood Tenor Happy postponement of Tunisian dis-
Mendes-France's successor would cushions 397-114.
not seek to delay the progress of
the accords through the French He s Not Singing To Fat Sopranos Aug. 27 Wins further Assem-
Senate. bly approval of North African
But they recalled that consi- policy 451-122.
derable work still had to be done Aug. 31 Wins free hand to
before the accords could be con- HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 5 (UP) women, a poet and a swordsman, seek new solution to German re-
sidered finally ratified. Mendes- Hollywood has imported another They tell me Francois Villon in armament after death of EDC
France himself had pledged him- handsome tenor, a blond, mus- the story would make love dif- 407-151.
self to obtain final ratification tached version of Mario Lanza feerntly than other men. But I, Oct. 12 Wins approval of
before the spring, who's happy to be out of opera' just decided to be natural. That, London conference results creat-
In any case, informed sources and not singing to "fat sopra- is the best way to act. ing new framework for rearming : S
pointed out, some considerable nos." Germany 350-113.
delay in the pushing through of Broad-shouldered Oreste Kir- "I never liked the way most Nov. 9 Wins confidence test
the accords is likely to occur, kop, whose name alone has opera singers act," he added in on 1955 budget 320-207.
1_ -made him an object of local his accented voice (Paramount Nov. 12 -- Wins postponement
curiosity, is an Italian-French figures accents go over big with of North African debate 312-272.
Official Predicts subject of the British colony of female fans). "They are so stiff. Dec. 4 Wins infPrmal ap- Thoesands of boys learn to swim at Scont Not only do
ici aais isked out ofEualIn opera I always tried to be proval of general policy 287-40. they have fun, but they lear to help a fiend in need.
He was whisked out of Euro-i natural." Dec. 11 Wins new approval -.. .. ---..-...
pean opera by Paramount studioI of North African policy 294-265.
toer ll and signed for "The Vagabondl For nine years Kirkop sang Dec. 17 Secures new debate
Kin Ig" as thestudo's answer to with opera companies in Italy, on Indochina budget 298-289,
alLaza. France, Malta and England. after first being voted down
SI While some opera singers sigh While he was appearing at same day 301-291. Wins proced- I u
that singing for these lowly mo- Convent Garden in London three ural vote later in day 295-293.
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 5 (UP)-- tion pictures isn't good for the movies companies fought over Dec. 20 Wins confidence
Walker L. Cisler, president 0 ,larynx, -Kirkop beaned today him and Paramount won. voteon Indochina policy 310-
the Detroit Edison Co., Detroit, he's happier in the wilds of Hol Kirkop arrived in filmville last 178.on
believes atomic electric power lywood. March. After a spirited refusal: Dec. 24 German sovereignty I
"probably" will be practical "It's so much better when you to change his name (one produc- approved 380-180" Saar agree-
within the next 10 years. don't have a. big fat soprano to er thought it sounded like an ment approved 368-145. I DETROIT Feb. 5 (UP The Spokesmen for the bli three
Cisler, head of one of the arg-oldsing to," enthuis pieturhe ha ver settled dosing agency) the ger Dec. 27 Wins approval for automobile industry, keystone of roducrs--GeneralMotors, Ford
Cisler, head of one of t~he arg -I old tenor. "In this picture I havesettled down to study voice fenc-' German entrance into NATO the nation's economy, reported a id Chrysler-reported they have
est U.S. power companies, told Kathryn Grayson and Rita Mo- ing and other skills necessary to 289-251; wins confidence vote today t is seeing cars as fast asdbeen unable to build upthey hanven-
a group of prominent Mexicans! reno beautiful!" be a romantic tenor. 287-256. it can make them even though l stores for the build spring selling
and Americans in Mexico City "Movie acting is not so diffi- The studio uncovered its find Dec. 30 Wins approval for production is at reor levels and thouea torespi for the record produng sellng-
his company is working on de- cult as I thought. I am supposed, only recently when shooting be- French entry into Western Eu- this is the off-seaso for auto-. tio d e
velppment of a breeder reactor to be a strong nvan with the gan on the film. ropean Union 287-260. mobile sales. Some makes reported they
to generateelectricityhave not even been able to
He said it should be practical a make cars fast enough to meet
mic uelsfor geran o ep/ Your Heart Fund -Help Your Heart' o nws2 c
within 10 years, but the use of L demand. PLymouth division of
atomic fuels for generation of iLmm JJf orChrysler Corp. said its backlog
electric power will not substan- I I of orders now is 24 per cent
tially lower the cost of power to greater than it was In Novem-
the American consumer. During the month of February, the American Heart As- tion and community heart programs, will lead to eventual ler when the 1956 models were
Cisler said the project cost association and its a e will hold its h.rt fud oo;not sale.
some $2,500,000 in 1954 and will action and its 56 affiiates will hold its heart fund cam- control of heart diseases. Below is graphically shown many The industry turned out 164,-
cost even more this year. Some paign to aid some 10 million Americans who suffer some people died from circulatory-diseases during 1953 and 295 cars this week, according to
33 power companies are cooper- heart or blood-vessel disease. No national goal has been set what the American Heart Association and its various af. reliable trade agency. That wasports, a
ating in the venture. is the American Heart Association and its various af. reliable trade agency. That was
atin in the venture. because no goal can properly describe tie -scope and im- filiates throughout the United States is doing to help con- just 581 short of the all-time
..He said the breeder reactor mensity of the heart problem. Hope is the '.derlying theme trol the afflictions. P record set n 1950. Ward's said
no bein developed by Detroit of the heart fund tro the afflict that to meet february produc-
Edi on "is the only means by e heart und; hope thit research, reinforced by educa- tion schedules the industry is
which the maximum utilization planning to hit a record rate of
of uranium may be attained," It 16e.500 cars a week this month
not only wil produce its own The industry normally uses
fuel once it is started, but will the winter month to build up
make other fissionable materials dealer sui es for the tradl-
"which can be used by other e tonal spring car-buying surge.
types of reactors for power gen- / January traditionally is the 10th
oration." f worst month for automobile
heDtionPsales, with sales running some
The DetrOit Power official 25 per cent under the number in
added: April and May. -
"We are convinced that within Productil in December and
a year or two, at most, develop- Januarv was the highest ever
meant will be advanced to the A- recorded for-those months. The
point where we will be able to high production brought reports
evaluate accurately the techni-, the industry was building up
scal and economic aspects supplies and even some reports
"It is probable that within the g aestock-pfllnb" ears in
next 10 years, reactors having a. 7.CAN l Vent of labor trouble when the
total electrical capacity of one / n-term automobile contracts
of 520,000.000 kilowatts will be ASWith the CIO run out late in
built in the United States.... It aiyh th Orunouten
will be somewhat longer before ,But industry spokesmen re-
thev become common," _CCD_ __s_ norted the lnqustry still hasn't
h yb i been able to get ahead of cur-
Fei X O Bui Drent sales to build up for the
Felix oDBuilds25AN bprhi, rush.
TU5000.1S t Harlow H. Curtice, president
$150.000 Store KILLER--Hert dia take vtof neMiami MthatOr M's cars-
KIL LER -ea r e ta ke RESEARCH- in 19U over s o million h ove gone Int o resear ch b P I C Dr goTION -- ngiotoet I eha n ds ofears
n entrol A e. 00 thousand lives each year, proe sinearch or the cause and control of hert da. Dr of portant funt a Are going into the hands of the
n Cl1 nea double the combined Richard W. Eck i tein, eft, studies the operation of a pi4s blood to helppeople eMlnts Reed, itublic at substantially .the same
A brand new three-storotal of the next five leading vessels in the hope of finding improved treagent for humans at ieo and to rate as we are 'caucine them
A b rand new three-at a cst orf de- causes of deat. one of the many Heart Fund reseamreb centers. J* d._ _and, pdeoute thie f gh rate oft1
000 will be going up soon on .....f d.O.i n ently was "stok-
Central Avenue and will house j Re-..............

the old Panama firm of Felix B.
Maduro. S. A. -
The new building is to be con- I '
structed bv the firm of Framor-
co Inc. and was designed by '
architects chny ad I Holz7P'.
The modern edifice will be
comolete'i elmi;)i)ed with air
conditioni,io v'v, elevators and
other innovations.
o The Ma'iuro in was estab-
IIllerid in PaynanaR in 1t70, a 1
soecializing in women's, chil-
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capiot, of cardiac. Thh patient Is havinU3
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Hd Elded Prexy
f Coca Co.l Co.
ATLANTA, Feb. 5 (UP)-Wil-
Hlam 3. Robipson, executive of
one of the nation's biggest pub-
lic relaUons agencies, was elect-
ed president of the Coca-Cola
Co mpAy today.
RobtA n, who was had no
peots experience with Coca-
ola ncoeds I. B. Nicholem.
He ". .ated a -ta meeting ofa
,t .oard of rWteO' of the
world' blgSBt soft drlhk con.
Wf4e., )pceoton wu na med
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can't Fill Demand

SRecord Output
tling" cars to "create a .orders ding sales for
edge" in event of labor -* u all.
ble. He said the current hilh am Tirdvice resident
production was prompted by a IYn charge of sales or- outh
great demand from dealers said retail sales in Januar weres
and said GM hasn't been able the higheSt In history, per
yeb tt provide its da iers-with cent higher an-
"a comfortable selling stock" he said despite- hig pr ct
this year. schedules new orders ran 35
1per cent -ahead -of. hiplents
R. R. McNamara, general during the month.
manager of Ford division of
Ford Motor Co., said deuier In-.
ventories hab y droqlpd ,$U, ., -
cent below lasI ye a
time. He said Ford k ing'.
employes at maximum overtime
schedules but was having trou-
ble In its attempt to buIld up in-
ventories.M Y 75 -.40
Another Ford spokesman aid i F.M.
practically all cars being turned.
out are being sold. '
A Chrysler ap0emnan sid&
that corporation s divisions were
havinir trouble meethit deal,

Air Force A.. ts

Shors, Bush t
For Summer Wear

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The Air Force, looking beyond
the present frigid season, hat
decided to dress.titofficers and
men In short$ and other com-
fortable clothes nrittstummer,
Junior service thdoght it-at l
be. the Air Force 'stole some-
thing of a fashion march on
the Army, Navy and Marines by
adopting an entirely new saim-
mer get-up.
The new uniform. made of sfl-
ver tan cotton twill like t
present summer uniform, Wl*
Include a long-sleeved bush coat
long and short 'trousers and
open-neck short s ed
It may be topped offw
Jungle-type tropical heet. ...
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today the ardUOUs -proes c
writing a regulaticif. of.,
and where to wear the '-
uniforms is. still undferw
was not thought likely fhO
togs would "be worn Ii thbe
tagon, where air coRdttte9
makes it possible to igifto~nsig
mer heat anyway. There md I
other spots In this notorlow
warm city. however, where l
Force men in shorts will b
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Eckman V
(Harry Gray son is on vacation)
NEW YORK -(NEA) The hot
dog slopped over with mustard
and the bottle of beer weren't
providing much balm for effer-
vescent Charley Eckman. The
Fort Wayne Zollners had blown a
89-90 duke to the Philadelphia
Joseeh Peal DIMfflo was enjoying hU flra^deya ">***" Warriors, and the Piston slipper
h.ii>. flail if Fame immensely. Be looked healthy aa weU as WIS quiet cheerleader Cnar-
hnv^^ **. tey c*n be hau* ataccato chat-
"I have whlDDed that ulcer which had me down two months ter>
azo- Giuseppe explained, 'if you accomplish something out of ..j cmd g0 toto tolt 1<>cker
SeMcuS you usual^ have to pay for it. I got two ulcers out! toom Md tefl ihm ^ buncn
of mvl^d-totng streak of 58 straight game in 1941, !romoI bisnkety-blanks and so-and-ao's
iL in tnJ.Viv 18 w tbey ***" gabbled Cnarley. inl!
H "That soree was wonderful while It lasted. But it undoubt- Was m Buffalo in early December,
rf\ Ail hnrt my nlavlnr. career. and the loss was the tnird straight
"'-I hatreaTthaUShould have gone on for at least another to Philadelphia against no wins,
vear with the Yankee*. Well, I retired none too soon. I wanted spu* tw rtaiAr g_audy position
to outt afterthe 1960 aeason but that winter the^ches and patas
eased up and fooled me. They came back, atronger than ever,
the following summer.
atop the National Bask e t b a 11
"But maybe it's my fault. I've
got to juggle the boys around to I
pair them off against that Phila-
delphia height. 1 guarantee yuu
they don't go on beating us."
Three times since tnat night,
the Warriors have met the Zoll-
"I see that some of the baseball critics we tinJd X ought
mharroAa the Hall of Fame to getting back into baseball. .
*WeUH I do retan?!"certainly will not be as a player
Ahd Jet me make this as strong as possible. I would not take a a manaaer I want nothing more to do with stomacn pain.|Uie warnors nave mn me m-
l^if ona oftne major leagues moves into Los Angeles and | aen and ^^ the Zollners
ao.rn<.Iaro I would like target into the radio and television nave won>
SjffEffSiy 1"S mnetaco. wherebig league baseball pos- "He's a pistol," Fred Zollner
SSr wwuThave a better chance than in sprawling, football-mad
^ lfte with George Weiss that major Invasion dt jornia
t is some stance away. But If and when It happens, and
theywant me. I wUl be available." .
"l did not like the way things went in the Amrelcan League
las* tetoon DIMagglo continued. "It was a three-club circuit.
.^TCeWrToTall the teams.otherthen evetod and New
Yt.rk.-hed been pooled, they would not have finished better than
*i hope that those trades end incoming youngsters> willpert
uKthe league. One thing I am fairly sure ebout. The Yai
nudged us from his vantage point
behind the Zollner bench during
a game.
Charley was whooping it up.
"Go get 'em, gang. .Nice and
easy big Mel. Attaboy, Hutcher.
. (Mel Hutchina popped one
from the corner) Make him
work, Zas. .(Max Zas 1 of sky
hounds his man on defense) .
On him, Whiu (Andy Phil-
lip intercepts a pass) Make
'em good, big'un (6-10 Larry
Foust dunks a couple of fouls)"
There isn't Piston player among
the first 10 individual scorers in
the NBA. yet they've scarcely
jest the Indians for the IMS pennant. tne wba. yet ueyve scrj
.y^Bare that Bob Turley, Don Larsen and Billy Hunter will been htllenged for the western
hnJriw York a lot, and I alao feel that Cleveland's lack of true UtW.u ,eim IlDCe the season
clatfoutalde o its pitching will cetch up with It. st- led.
Imagine those Indiana winning HI games, with that infield A year ago, Charley was a
^rendln* on Vic Werts at firat base. It so happened that Bob wnisue-tooter in this league, and
i^rnonEartv Wynn, Mike Oarcla, Bob Feller end Lerry Doby one of his 0W com-jres was won.
were able to get together for extraordinary performances. It dering what the magic wes that
iiinthinnm a*aln this vear converted Eckman Into the wln-
-WUiSeteetthat the Indians were shut out by the Giants ingeit coach In pro basketball,
in the WorUPSerles have any psychological effect on them? Yes. Before a game he. stealthily bent
-* A 4. ^___.! 1 1 \_ & aft to A 1A eft B%^V1 S I T M (lft Si
Mr "Loneia boys "doubtless" will hear a lot about those four
straight ^rfeati from opposition dugouts. That kind of stuff la
very unpftaent^ ^ ^ ^ dayg y lth ^ ^
came away with the Impression that Ted Williams would not be guys. If
beck with the Red Sox To bad lor Boston and the American ick the
his ear to the Fort Wayne keyhole.
Charley exhorted:
"Fellas, you ain't gonna win
unless you get rebounds off these
they get in your way,
out of them."
Asked if his election to the Hall of Fame had surprised him,
Giuseppe replied. "Well, it had to happen. But If I had been
bypassed again. I assure you I would not have turned sour.
"It is tough to get elected. I found that out. Yet I die?
make it in my third try. Even Mel Ott had to wait a while. He .V.J.V-----------
stopped playing in 1947 and wasn't chosen until 1951. Zollner, the munificent manufac-
"I was led to believe that I was a cinch for election in 1953. turer wno-. written off an estim-
I was in Los Angeles the day the votea were to be counted and j ated million on basketbaU and
baseball writers and photographers gathered atWy hotel for in-1 MftbU in 15 years, muses, fcy-
. __________j _!_.,.,.. on, olhlctn 1VPH In hlS OWn llttlC
How do the veterans go for the
"I never enjoyed basketball like
this before," says Zaslofsky. "If
I score five, and we win, I'm
It should be interpolated that
Max once cherished his 20-point
average more than a Las Vegas
blackjack dealer.
tervlews and pictures.
-I went-out to the Teces. Pretty m a tnjf jeporterbrought
me the news. Al Simmons
>. Tinu v" -~-"- --y mat ne ano
i and Dizzy Dean had made it, and I ... w ,.
117 votes. Frankly, I felt hurt. But ^a 3L,
ery athlete lives in bis own little
world. I think Charley's faculty is
that be knows how to penetrate
The Zollner Eckman teamup to
salvage basketball for Fort Wayne
Is the fantastic fruition of a plot
recessed in the owner's mind dur-
ing a cocktail party our years ago
when he heard Charley brush off
Bowling's Your Game: 8
Learn Your Hook Through Practice
had run a poor Tace with ..
when I failed again In 1954, I knew that It was very tough. Now
that I am In, I am glad that It Is rugged to get, in. It has to be
thatlneavl'ubly, the conversation shifted to Willie Mays. "That
buy la the best all-around ballplayer in the game," Giuseppe exu- ^
berated "He made two throws to the wrong bases In the series., a coupie 0f back-slappers with "I
But he will learn. He represents everything that is great In base- don.t want to be only a good re-
ball talent. ix_ ., 'ieree. I want to be a coach."
"I would not teach a kid to do some of the things the way A basketbaU lover sure, but
Willie performs them. But for him those methods are natural. Fre(1 zollner was getting tired of
T would not try to change him. By all means, Leo must let i0Sing money In Fort Way n e,
Willie alone." where for six years he never fin-
ished above third in the NBA.
While he preserved pro basket-
ball for the mid-Indiana communi-
ty, cities such as Washington,
Baltimore, Providence. Chicago,
St. Louis and Indianapolis folded
from the sport.
A hard headed businessman
aiso, he saw no reason for not
crossing Into the profit margin
. -r hie 1952 completion of a fine
Coliseum seating a comfort a b 1 e
,3uO. ine civic minded Zollner
bngan to waiver early this season
when attendance was' dismal and
the Zollners phenomenal. There
was even talk of a franchise move.
The exertlot. of Charley Eck-
man yanked the blase fans out of
their reveries.
Ground Work Laid
To Bring Big League
Ball To LA, Frisco
round work has been laid wv
ring Los Angeles and San Fran-
cisco into the major leagues of
professional baseball within the
next, two years, Bill Veeck said
Veeck resigned yesterday as
;sT'i--!ivid "advance man" for
West Coast major league base-
ball. ~r i
For 14 .months he has been
"assembling facts and figures":
for the Los Angeles Angels and
the Chicago Cubs on the best
way to bring major league ball,
to Los Angele "at the earliest
possible date and in an orderly
Veeck aubmitted his resigna-
tion to Cub president Philip K.
Wrigley. who also owns the Los
Angeles club, and said:
"We have completed plans to
provide large, modern parks in
each city as soon aa a big league
club becomes available.
"We have found men who are
willing to invest all the money
necessary to organize and Im-
prove competitive teams In each
city. I
"We have prepared a workable
plan whereby representative
teams can be put on the field
Milwaukee (NEA. This If
the first year a Marquette basket-
ball team ha wop more than nine
straight games, reaching. 10 aa it
piled up a U-l mark. i,
MUTUAL OF OMAHA FABM LEAGUE TEAM. Sponsored by Mutual of Ornaha Insurance
Co of Panama Standing, left to right: Coach Walter Mlkullch, Wm. Schmidt, Sammy Wltkln,
Warren Ashton, Randy Gangle, Luis Andino, Robt. Boyd, Wm. Bunch. Ralph Glazer, John
Luhr Randy Colclasure. Florencio Arosemena, Morty LeVee, Coach and Manager Hogez- Wil-
liams' Front row, kneeling, left to right: Larry Douglas. Bob Mlkullch, Don Chessop, my Coy,
Bruce Lovelady, R Harned, Tommy Gangle, Louis Fontaine, Dave Colclasure. Douglas Major
and Bud Prill. Trie batboy is Jimmle Gangle. Not shown In picture is Harry Foster.
(Photo by Bob Hanna)
MFESAVERS FARM LEAGUE TEAM Sponsored by Levonel Co. of Panama Front row, left
to right- R LeVee, John Donaldson, F. LeVee, Milt Parsons, Don Darden, John Fitzgerald,
Chas Belden, John Canavaggio, Mike Holjen and Normart Rhett. Standing, left to right: D.
Stringer, Merle Stringer, Curtis Fitzgerald. Burt Donaldson. Richard Zlrkman, Don Rhett,
John Barrett. George Fitzgerald, Malcolm WhetHer, Keith Gllckenhaus and John de Haseth.
Back row: Coach William Edmondson, Manager Chas. Belden and Coach John Engelke. Not
shown John Wise. (Photo by Bob Hanna)
Tur pne-tw TV... Soarand* puts a keek on his ball. Through j
C W^7yXm> wUI break. (MBA) |
Eight of It articles written for Does it curve in a half-foot? Or
NEA SerVice [even a foot?
Bv TONY 8PABANDO TM aavantage of the hook is
ABC Stogies Champion that it curls into that 1-3 pocket
ash, oukmv r~ much more eMUy than a Itralght
It is BEST to have a hook on ball.
vour ball There is no set way to plan
The hook is an easy thing to your hook-learn how it acts by
impart. Simply go through the experience. A slow deHvery *'
delivery eaturafiy, then flick hook quickly. A fast delivery will
your wrist sd that the hand is run a good tliaUnce down the
turning palm down as you let it alley before It holds the floor
to ^Z and begins to break.
Once you get the ball to hook, perfect the hook
the problem of spot bowling be- Find the spot wnere the hook
comes important. You must, by breaks and aim for It.
experience, learn where the ball
break* g*d how far it breaks.! NEXT; Watch it back-ape.
Accepting General Cargs Far:
Salimga: Every Fifteen Days far:
Houston and New Orleans
Saltings: Every Ten Days fee:
New York Philadelphia Baltimore
(Golf Vessels oell et VERACRUZ and TAMPICO
(MEXICO) every atz weeks)
Wilford fir McKay, Inc.
Masonic Baildlng, Cristobal, C. Z.
The Armed Forces Lltle League
games get under way once again,
Thursday, February 3, 1955, with
West Bank tripping Kobbe in a
8-2 victory, Albrook edging Clay-
ton 5-2. and Curundu snowing
Caribbean Command with a 22-
4 victory.
West Bank took Kobbe in an
8-2 victory at Kobbe. West Bank
had 5 hits, 1 error to compare
with Kobbe's 4 hits, 7 errors.
Pitching and catching for West
Bank were John Bateman and
Jimmy Sutton. Raymond Cabre-
ra, short stop for West Bank'
played an exception ball game.
Kobbe had two pitchers. Allen
Altman and Jimmy Tomlin.
Catching for Kobbe was Johnnie
The close game between Al-
brook and Clayton came out in
Albrooks favor for a 5-4 victory.
Pitching a outstanding game for
Albrook was James Reynolds
who chalked up 9 strikeouts.
Catching for Albrook was Billy
Stevens. Albrook had 8 hits and
two errors. Jim Tackett hit a 2
for 3 ball game. Clayton's pitch-
ers were Bob Warford and Bob-
by Speir. Paul Hodges caught for
Clayton. Their onlv hit was made
by Jack Burk. Clayton had I
menders went far to his rkhCA
field a hard grounder thai t&
box and stepped on secenibaeM
for the final out.
Four of Caribbean Command4!
5 hits were for extra basta.
Mickey Cochran. Brink Miller,
Herble Schmidt and OaScM
Metzger were the power mea Ma-
ting all doublea.
Pee Wee Wllkenson. CM)rtaea
pitcher, gave all he hsM M
couldn't find any Comma hdei
weakness. Marvin Matfatsjt) VB
the catcher.
*>ntat fa are
Written for NBA
QUESTION: On a free Baaaaa.
when ein players lined aw aleati
the foul lane leave their |
and try for the rebewad.
Pitching for Curundu In their
22-4 victory over Caribbean
Command was Ray Amato.
Catching was Joe Suarei and
Ralph Frangloni. Curundu had
18 hits and 2 errors. Caribbean
Command had Brink Miller and
John Frlnk pitching for them
while George Metzger caught
They ended up with 5 hits.
The Armed Forces Little
League will take a weeks rest
and start the second half of this
years games on Monday, Feb-
ruary 14, 1955 with Curundu
playing host to Kobbe, West
Bank to Clayton and Caribbbeen
Command will be home team
when they play Albrook.
The Armed Forces Little'
League action saw a no-hitter
and a pitchers duel in the pest
three days.
The Curundu at West Bank
game and Caribbean Command
at Fort Clayton game which
were rained out Monday night
* r P'ayed Tuesday and
Wednesday nights respectively
West Bank out-sparkled the
rugged Curundu team by a Vim
3-2 victory.Allen Scott was the
"big gun" for West Bank hitUne
2 for 2 and driving In all 3 runs
His contribution to the victory
was a hard smash alone the left
field line In th* first IntaTmio
for a double, driving Barnard
Hadley home from third boar
Hadley scored 2 o West Bank's
3 runs.
Starring on the mound wea
pitcher, Ramon Cabrera. He
struck out li men and walked
one batter. ^^
Opposing Cabrera, wee Am
Barley. He fanned 4 men. walk-
ed none, but allowed 1 hits Bar-
ley pitched good bell but he and
bis team-mates Just eouldni
outwit West Bank. Both teeaa<
collected 3 hits.
The Clayton-Caribbean Com-
mand game was a thriller aa far
as Commander pitcher. Dick
Paret, is concerned. He pitched
a no-hltter, but on a series of
walks and a passed ball, one lone
run crossed the plate for day-
With 2 out in the second in-
ning, bases loaded, second
man Herble Schmidt of the
Answer: They
sMc the fatal las a
teackad the risa ae Me
or until it is plate MM
touch either.
Q. When ceeefctag
players, is there any
of the game
hardest to ia*a\*
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Classic Headlines Race Card
ik's Best Natives
To Match Strides In
$ 1,000 7 Furlong Dash

LEAD ERNESTO navarro (sports Sunday) I...
1 "The eagerly awaited meeting of the Juan Fran-
co race track's best native thoroughbreds will ma-
terialize this afternoon when six of the best locally
bced hores will compete for the major share of the
$1,000 added Ernesto Navarro Classic plus a beau-
tifuLaHvcr trophy offered by the track for the win-
ner *f the seven furlong blue ribbon event.
TtSTraSfe is a natural. I a sizzling pace that gave a lead
It Is a fitting tribute to the o six lengths at the half mile
late Don Ernesto who all his life] pole. He gradually lost ground.
fetched the "Improvement of; however, and was passed by his
rieWwrTand was the owner or stablemate turning Into the
some pretty good native horses'homestretch,
himself.-Navarro was one of the The entire field bunched turn-
pioneers of local horse racing ing into the stretch. Turgot,
and devoted much of his time Chispeante. Cormorant, Vulcanl-
towards making local horse rac-1 zado, Goyonder, Dtxlprincess and
in* the organized sport it is to- Merry Slipper in that order,
day. Goyonder streaked down the
Present native champion Ri- stretch with Dixiprincess match-
qui badly beaten in the $5,000 ing him stride for stride without
add'ed Christmas Classic, will be gaining on the son of Goya II-
out to vindicate himself. That Hope Eternal. They flashed a-
wis the only time Riqul has lost cross the finish line with the
'a race going against native com- same margin separating them
peltlon. Bias Agulrre, as -usual, that they had entering the
will guide the Cuadra Mexico stretch.
Tokyo Giants Arrive
At Tocumen Tonight
Golden Tap, winner of the
Obfistm~s Classic last Decem-
ber and the only native to
win that annual feature twice
since It was Instituted for na-
tives eight years ago, is Riaul's
saoat dangerous rival for the
nwtlve chsmpionshlD.
The Tap Is back In her best
Goyonder returned $9.20, $4.80
and $2.40 across the board. This
however, was easily overshadow-
ed by Coronellno's first race pay-
off of $39.00. $17.00 and $12.80
across the board. The first dou-
ble formed by Coronellno and
Viajero paid $254 60 tops for
the day.
The leading rider of the day
fJr. Hone
Jockey Wft. COMMENT
fuan Franco Graded Entre* |Lucky Strike Wallops
7461st Signal 13-1;
Doubleheader Today
1st Race "I" Imported 9H rgs.Parse: 8J75.08 pool closes: 12:45
Pirst Race of the Double
2O. Fancy
3V. Breeze
7Sir Bon
8 Roscrea
Sad Race
48. Time
G. Glass
7Dalida P
8Bull Fleo
F. Hidal. US We thoughthe was dead
A Ubi. 113 Runs well at times
V. Alvear 118 Usually beats these
G. San. 117 Distance seems short
H. Reyes 107 Good early speed
L. Glral. 115 Poor effort In last
J. Rodrl. 116 Mutuels favorite -
A. Vas. 115 Rates fair chance
NaUve i'; FO.Purse: 8*15.88 Pool closes:
Second Race of the Double
llena R. UOx Usually close up
A. Gonza. 97xWould pay long odds
B. Agui. 115 Hard to beat here
J. June. 104xEarly speed only
A. Valdl. 115 Last was revealing
R. Teja. *7xNot good enough
A. Tcaaa 112 Nothing recently
A Vas. 118 Blazing early speed
J. Gongo. 104 Usually moves late
F. Hidal. 101 Nohlng to recommend
Ml Race "B*C" Native
5B. Gold
6Don Gnu
7 Kgs. Purse: 8358.88 Pool closes: 1:45
F. Godoy 112xRegaining form slowly 8-1
V. Orte. HI Rates good chance 3-1
A. Vas. Ill Will fight it out 3-1
C. Ig>. 107 Dubious ride in last 4-1
J. Bravo 118 Form indicates 3-2
G. San. 118 Should be close up 3-1
Lucky Strike
American Legion
Womack Distillers
7461st Signal
Won Lost
5 1
4 a
3 3
1 8
Today's Games 1:80 p.m.
First Game
A. Legion vs. Lucky 8trlke
Second Game
W. Distillers vs. 7461st Signal
"tr Imperte- 4', Fgs.Purse:
3*75.88 Pool closes: 2:20
form and when right she can was Chilean Jose Bravo
finish a-rainst the best as she scored aboard Montero, Merza
has proven on repeated occas- Matr and Goyonder.
The dividends:
1Coronellno $39.00. 17.00, 12.80
slone. Ploui will be allowing
Golden Tap only one pound
124 to 123. Alfredo Vasouez. the
Teirtr*r* the saddle
Then there Is the improved 2Gonznga $1840, 7.40
Bon's Moon, another of the clas-1 3Gaucha $4.00. __
sv natives bred in recent years! 'SENP R*c*
that have raced with great sue- 1-Vlajero $6.20. 4.40, 2.80
eon against imported thorough- 2Montmartre $16.80, 15.00
brods. Sun's Moon was an lm- 3Paques $2.60.
press!ve winner against Class 'H' First Double: (Coronelino-
horses only la*t week. Favorite' Viajero) 254.66.
jockey King Flores will do the. THIRD RACE
booting The Moon will tote 123 1Montero $2.40, 2.40, 2.20
pounds in this "weight-for-age" j 2 Ika (e> $2.60. 2.20
rf re. 3Camarn $2.20.
Last but not least are the One-Two: (Montero -1 k a )
youthful three-year-old stars O- 84.48.
cean Star and Concejal two
terrific sprinters. Ocean Star is
alreaCpfclng with success a-
gslnat Imported horses as may
-e xtw>*ri by the fact that hf1
U classified amone Class "G"
imported horses. Concejal has
been causing the dockers to sit
up and take notice with the
sizzling times he has been chalk-
ing up while rarlnr to ridiculous-
ly aBe7~ victories his last three
times out.
Ocean Star and Concejal both
got Into this race under 116
pounds. Alelandm Ycaza will
guide Ocan Star while the veter-
an Jose "Paco" Bravo will at-
tempt to t the Stud Mlrza colt
home. In front.
The -classic overshadows the
othdrsr rate on an excellent card
whleh includes a wide open
Class "B" .$750 seven furlon?
sprint in Which seven horses are
entered Including Sugarplum,
Slnri .Feiner, Lexdftn. Persian
Countess. Mirzatots. Relmpa-
go riand Valley Star.
MrsTToly de Laoarin's Go-
yonder swept from the ruck yes-
terday to score a thrilling one-
lensjth victory In the featured
one mile' $650 Class' "C" race.
1M. Matry $4.20, 5.00. 5.80
2Golden Pick $6.00, 6.60
3Slxoala $5.80.
Quiniela: (M. 'Matru-Golden
Plek) $39.60.
1Mlml $2.60, 2.40. 2.20
2-J. de la Cruz $3.80, 3.60
3Historia 3.60.
1Clepsvdra $6.00, 5.20. 2.60
2 The Bouche $480. 3.60
3Sally SDruce $2.80
1Gay Spot $6.20. 3.20, 3.40
2Monte Rouge $3.00, 2.80
3"-xollclto $15.60.
Second Double: (Clepsydra-
Gay Spot) 820.66.
1Fol $4.00, 2.20, 2.20
3 n. Club $3.00. 2.20
3Tiger's Teeth $2.60.
Quiniela: (Fol-Devom. hire
Club) $1M*.
1Postinovlch $1200 6.60, 6.20
2Majestic $8.20. 5.60
3Charller $7.40.
One-Two: (Postinovlch-Ma-
jestic! $1611.46.
1Goyonder $9.20. 4.60, 240
rlncess was second and 2/-rlxiprincess 85.00, 2.40
rot third
aer back.
another length
stepped to
3Turgot *2 20.
the 1Filon $6.40, 3.00
MASTERMINDS Manager Shlgeru Mizuhara of the Tokyo
Glints (center) is flanked by his two assistant managers, Tei-
suii Kawakami (left) and Shlgeru Chiba. Kawakami is a .322
hitting first baseman while Chiba is the team's second baseman.
The Giants open their Latin American tour by playing the
Panama Pro League Cnampion C. V. Yankees at the Olympic
Stadium tomorrow night. Tuesday night they meet the Soda-
men and Wednesday the runnerup Smokers.
The Yomiurl Giants of Tokyo. | usually high as may be attested
Japan's best professional base-1 by the fast rate at which the box
ball team, is scheduled to arrive; seats are being sold. The re-
at the Tocumen airport at 9:30 served seats, which are only be-
The team opens its local three-
game series against the Chain-
ing sold on the basis of the en-
tire series for $5.00 each, went
on sale yesterday morning and
1Candelaria B. Agu. H8 Distance suits style 3-1
3Mueco M. Ycaza 110 Showing improvement 5-1
3Regla J. Phillips 116 Should score off last 2-1
4Sirena Mena R. UOx Is usually late 10-1
5Tap Lady A. Gonza. 97x Would pay Juicy odds 8-1
8Ebony p. San. lolx Rates longshot chance 10-1
7Winsaba J. Reyes 118 Was once much best 3-1
8 Riomar & carra. 115xNot In this distance 30-1
9Don Wende p. Hidal. 105 Likes short sprint 2-1
7 Furlai Opea
Navarro Class*"
S1.888 Pool closes:
(Weight for age)
1Ocean Star
4Golden Tap
5 (Biscaya
6(Ban's Moon
A. Tcaaa 116 Will^orce the pace
B- AguL 124 Reportedly ready
J. Bravo 116 Gets stlffest test
A. Vas. 123 Will fight it out
J. Avila 123 Doesn't belong here
!C Flores 123 Usually too late
plon CV Yankees tomorrow night \ were practically sold out by press
at the Olympic Stadium. The, time,
other two games will also be
played at the Panama Stadium.
Tuesday night the Japs are
scheduled to meet a Sodamen
team that will be strengthened
by several Smoker players.
Wednesday night the visitors
wind up their stay by meeting
the second place Smokers.
Interest in the series Is un-
Dans Dilemma
Dan's pockets
bad no diver
For some money he was pi nine
then a P. A Want Ad he
(lot a oh .
now he" delighted!
front right at the break and set 2Piropo $2.40.
Tickets for the covered stand
and the bleachers will go on
sale tomorrow morning at 8 am.
The Giants are favored to win
the series against the local teams
because of their brilliant show-
ings against major league ajl-
stars aitn the? New York Giants.
Leo Durocher and .company vis-
ited Japan in 1958 and went
home with glowing reports a-
bout the heads-up brand of
baseball played by the Japs.
The CV Yankees' star out-
fielder Gip Dickens, who play-
ed against them while station-
ed In Japan a few years ago,
says they are real good ball-
players, especially on defense
and In the pitching depart-
Al Kubskl's boys, however, are
rated slight favorites over the
visitors for the opening game of
the series.
Juan Franco Tips
5th Race "F" Imported 61* Fgs. Purse: $560.00 Pool closes:
First Race of the Double
1Espaglrico v. Casti. U3 Ran well last time
2Matruh J. Bravo 113 Distance to liking
3Begonia L. Glral. 115 Returns from layoff
4D. Duchess C. Cha. 115 Good early speed
5Joe's F. B. Agui. HO Outrun In last
6Henry Lee G. San. 108 Must improve more
7_proud Pearl J. June. 10lxNice effort In last
8C. Malone A. Valdl. 115 Has strongest finish
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7th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgi.Purse: $450.60 Pool closes:
Second Race of the Double
3Black Gold
6C. Malone
7D. Maiden
Sir Boss
Don Wende
Golden Tap
Charming P.
1R. Emblem
2D. Maidtii
3R. Alligator
4Bar One
78. Of Scone
J. Phillips 110 Fastest at getaway
A. Mena 113 Knocking at door
M. Hur. 113 Early speed only
M. Reyes 118 Complete flop to date
G. San. H2xShould be conter "-
A. Gonza. 112x Runs well when rested
L. Tufton I07xPoor recent races
A. Ycaza 115 Nothing to indicate
J. Bravo 110 Ran well last time
8th Race "F" Imported 6Vi Fp.Purse: $508.08 Pool closes: 4:48
9(Donny Boy (e) Fan:
16Sugarplum Sinn Feiner j
11-Golden Bound Avispa'
1C. prince
8Courtly P.
6C. de Gato
9th Race "D"
6El Regalo
7(D. Boy
8(Regal Bliss
G. San. 113^Should repeat off last
R. Gonza. UOxNeeds better rider
V. Alvear 103 Poor effort In last
Reyes R. 105x Distance handicaps
M. Reyes 115 Showing improvement
A. Ycaza 108 Dubious ride last week
Imported 1 Mile Purse: $666.66 Pool closes: 5:15
E. Dario 103 Distance kills chance 25-1
V. Casti. US At best in short races 4-1
Mena R. 102x Distance to liking 5-1
M. Reyes 11* Last was revealing 2-1
A. Ubl. 106 Nothing recently 15-1
A. Gonza. lOOx Longshot possibility 8-1
J. Phillips 110 Rates good chance 2-1
L. Glral. 1U Could score again 3-1
Lucky Strike walloped the 74-
61st Signal 13 to 1 on Thursday
night and moved closer to
cinching the first half which
ends next week.
Lucky Strike pushed across 4
runs in the top of the first and
then went on to score in every
inning except the fourth and
seventh inning. The winners
hammered out a total of 15
basehits against a trio of 7461st
Hard working Red Wallace
started on the mound for Signal
with Lefty Conrad taking over In
the third and Jeff Sexton coming
on In the sixth and finishing
Bob Medinger hurled the first
two frames with Manuel Mora
taking over In the third and get-
ting credit for the win.
For the losers Woodlief and
Mataumoto with triples, Hale,
Norton and Kallsh with singles
were the only batters to connect
safely off of the combined of-
ferings of Medinger ad Mora.
"Ski" Jendryslk with 3 for 4
and Mora 3 for 6 led the Strik-
ers 15 hits assault
The box score:
COX, 88
Kosik, 2b
Nicklsher, 2b
Jendryslk, 3b
Huldqulst, 3b
Mora, lb, p
Jones, cf
Hearne, lb
Fasman, If
Schluter, rf
Teiehert, c
Medinger, p
Owens, cf

Matsumoto, 2b. 3b 3
Blehn, If 3
Woodlief, cf 3
Cash, cf 1
Norton, ss 3
Kalish, lb 3
Stewart, 3b 2
Cassandro, 3b 1
Schoener, e 1
Jacober, c 1
Wallace, p 0
Conrad, p 1
Sexton, p 0
x-McCurrey 1
x-hit for Sexton In the 7th.
Score by Innings
Lucky Strike 412 042 0-13 15 ]
7461st Signal 000 000 1- I- 6 1
Richard Of 1975
Puts On Skates
(Baby Size 6)
months Id, Is
i world'* yeaagoat
r. (Pheto by Mau-
Morin, nine months eW, Is
billed as the
hockey player.
Ttmfc Rip__
What have wo got bore? The
Maurice Richard of 1875?
Vous vyes ice (you see here)
young Roaaie Morin of Auburn,
Me., proud wearer of the small-
est hockey skates la the world
(baby size 6) oa the youngest
hockey player In th world (alas
months, a spanking 23 pounds.).
His paternal grandpapa, Re-
mus Morin, a hot hockey fan,
chased all over Canada to find
the small blades.
His maternal grandpapa,
Charles Prevencher, predicts lit-
tle Ronnie will be Auburn's hock-
ey wow on icela short order.
Ronnie ain't talkiag-vet.
This old textile city Is planning
for a bigger and better Mardi
Gras celebration this year in its
fight for the title of "New Or-
leans of the North." Some 800,000
persons are expected to crowd the
predominantly French city during
Mardi Grss week Feb. 16-22.
B. Agui. 110 Improving slowly 1-1
M. Ycaza lita Back In best form 3-1
16th Race "B" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $756.60 Pool closes: xxxa
2Sinn Feiner
4P. Countess
5Mlrza toats
L. Olral. 113
V. Casti. 115
B. Agui. 113
A. Vas. 110
J. Bravo 116
(Relmpago II G. San. 113
7(V. Star F. Hidal. 108
Returns from layoff
Hard to beat here
Will fight it out
Gets stlffest test
Dangerous contender
Back in top form
Could help entrymate
11th Race "E" Native 7 Fgs. Purse: $275.06 Pool aloses: xxxs
1Jai Alai A. Gonza. 88x Apparently outclassed 25-1
2G. Bound A. Ycaza 115 Back in best form 3-1
3 Avispa B. Agui. 125 ^-Wlll fight it out l
4ftu Fru L. Glral. 120 Has strongest finish 2-1

1st 2nd 6th, 7th RACES

0 N E T WO
3rd and 9th RACES
For the convenience of
our patrons we are no*
opera tine both at the
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4th and 8th RACES

5th Race
C*rneto r/c
Purae: $1,000.00
Weight for Age
Pool Gooes: 2:55
7 Fgs. Open
9th Race "D" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $600.00 Pool Clones: 5:15
10th Race
Purse: $750.00
"B" Imported

7 Fgs.
Pool Closes: .. .
1.OCEAN STAR ......... .A. Ycaza
j2.RIOUI.................B. Aguirre
'3.CONCEJAL.............. J. Bravo
4.GOLDEN TAP...........A. Vasquet
5.(BISCAYA................J. Avila
:&=-.($ WS MOON........... K. Flores
1.-GRECO................E. Daro (1)
2FAN.................V. CaatlUo (5)
3.-HURLECANO.........A. Mena R. (6)
4.GUAYAQUIL...........M. Reyes (7)
5.WFSTOW..............A. Ubidia (8)
6.El REGALO..........A. Gonzlez (9)
7.(DONNY BOY..........J. Phillips (2)
8.(REGAL BLISS.........L. Giraldo (8)
9.NESSCMFFE)..........B. Agulrre (4)
10.SUPFRSUN)...........M. Ycaza (10)
1SUGARPLUM............L. Giraldo
J 2.SINN FEINER............V. Castillo
3.LEXDEN...............B, Aguirre
5.MIRZATOATS.............J. Bravo
6.(RELMPAGO II____.____G. Snchez
I 7.(VALLEY STAR.........F. Hidalgo
(1) 113
(2) 115
(4) 113
(5) 110
(7) 115
(3) 113
(6) 108