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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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System ID: AA00010883:00648
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Panama eXuwiran
"Let ths peope knew the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.





RECEPTION FOR PRINcESS Pri4 )aWgaret of Great
Britaln waves to cheering crowds from VIu steps of the town
hall t ortof Spain, Trinidad, as she arrives for a reception.
At rig ils Sir Hubert Rance. Governor of Trinidad and Tobago.

Autk Crash

Mars Clers Tomprig ors

IU () PriAcess t
S. day tours this nutmeg (ital of
A beaatif ] e in Ice-blue the world which gave her en-
satin gso yetorday& aft- thu atatic reception yester ny.
vets in a
chSr ch in ,er dream d The 24-year-old sister of
that ftve h later he'woi Queen Elizabeth II arrived yesw
be craivling t h th es feIrdayaboard the Royal yacht
beinlngiti Britannia.
ed windshield o a Britannia.
car with her bd n aftet ir-
aculouslyt e. g om an ac- Wildly cheering crowds which
cident with o min or cuts and had converged from all parts of
bruises the S133-square-mlle island UBed
The short- honeymoon of the harbor to greet her.
Mr. and Mrs. usl Anchor be-
gan when tI. Couple A 21-gun salute boomfned over
Colon afte Sa s ti m e harbor as the Britannia ar-
ceremony ChurchOfOur ved from Tobago for the see-
Lady? ofL M rmel. They were ond stage of her tour of the
driving a brad new maroon Bitsh West Indies.
1955 CheY a wed-
ding gift or s a fathre. A barge brought her ashore
As they rudeda curve on for the formal welcoming cere-
Thatcher ay, near Boy monies. She drove through the
Scout Hill t oom suddenly outskirts of the capital and then
ioot control c^ar which tended a 20-minute service at
ran off te h ide of t the t. George's Anglican church.
highway, zig- back on a- The princess had lunch at gov-
cross the ro the left shoul- ernment house and was the
der where it an embank- buest of honor at a garden par-
ment and fted back on y In the afternoon attended by
the left atide. oWly mlnsing guests..
AmnAwdhn W *pert, After a dinner at government
the bra then house she returned to the yacht
sideswtpe A of .a for the night.
x4-teon Mhwas
car oRn it .
Ing th e t T DAY. M. Wh., 1
lip. 1 .m.1
(C1g- )1 OPL m.1:'

Truck Drivers

Fight Going

To Washington
The fight of ten U.s&-rate driv- National Council of Administra-
era whose jobs are being realloc- tion member who leaves Thurs-
ated by the Panama_ Canal to day morning to attend a VFW
local-rate positions, will be tak- conference in Washington.
en to Washington thl week, ac- Egllnton, who represents the
cording to a decision ade yes- biggest VFW contingent, the 18th
Iterday at a meeting attended by District (which Includes all of
representatives and members of South America, Hawaii and the
our big veteran gross on the Philippines ) told the gathering
isthmus. yesterday he would be "glad to
The veterans resolved to take the matter up to the highest
"find out just how long and level." He will be attending a
how far the Panama Canal dinner at which members of
can go in reducing,-.S.-rate Congress who are veterans will
jobs," and pledged trey would be present; and will also have an
face this challenge to their opportunity to talk to Stephen
rights together. Mitchell, head of the Civil Serv-
one speaker remarked that he ice Commisslon, he said.
was told the same type, of ac-
tion would soon be taken against The president of the U. 6.
boat builders, carpenters and Citzens' t ssoclation, Mrs.
other craft employes of the Ca- Frances Longmore, also was
al. Present at the mitinwr v ..

FORMOSAN DEVEaLOM tTS This NEA newsmap spots re-
ported developments in the troubled Formosa Straits as a black-
out shrouds Nationalist Cbinese and U.S. Seventh Fleet inten-
tions. A Red Chinese bcoipation fleet is reported massing off
the recently-captued Yigha Ilangshan Island, ready to sweep on
the beleaguered Tachen islands.

Chiang Soldier In Patched

Uniform: 'We're Already Dead'

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No Enemy Contat

So Far, U.S. Nay

Spokesman Says

TAIPEH, Formosa, Feb. 7 (UP)-Vice Adm. AlfQd
M. Pride, commander of the U.S. 7th Fleet, said today thtt
the evacuation of the Nationalist-held Tachen Islands is
proceeding "according t6 schedule."
The first three Chinese vessels carrying troops evq-
cuated from the Tachens arrived at the Formosan port
of Keelung, under U.S. naval escort.
A U.S. Navy spokesman said there has been "no eOkn
my contact" during the initial phase of the evacuation,
but Red China's Peiping radio warned that U.S. assist.
ance in the evacuation "is fraught with an intrigue of
starting a major war."
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek says the troops from
the Tachens will be redeployed to Quemoy, Matsu and
other Natinnnlistft dnfane str 'nnhnlI +. L-....- k ...

Te0c-mg stnoft To h u ds T asten Natrin-
orThe special mee f g of Ithe day. he sid was gather. writing a warning to commu- list reconquest of the China mainland.
four groups, A eron, In teial so that her organ- By FS ED SPARKS nism with their vapor trails.
Federal ployesnttotansr e A- i n could study the matter f rNow they sit as close as corn Meanwhile in London. foreign i to- er Choe U En-lted was alreatudy h
sciatindVeteransdaForeign (Coatinuedoon Page 6 Col. 1) sa,lb two Formosan girlq secretary Anthon Eden and an invitation from Unitd Na-

e hed to local rate NEW YOK eb 7 UP) -loons under anrim shorts: the dier, his ed uniform a tapes cal session of the Brtsh lam the dooronthe
20 tedFt with far from home, eh coThious Nehru and Eden returned to-I The United fstte already ha
Veanttots em dthe ori hen h iees Bu rtis lrt ror' ht,
ee i SRche ten iootrlset ridiculous lods, their huge calf of eah strecloul minute. day from weekend secret talks Indicated its Unwlingness to at-
eOfe 3 a sps to~l Mia thn muscles bulging like veined s-tr A pasty-facd Nationalist Sol-don the Formosa crisis for a cru- tend such a treatyos .but ,d
would be duched to local 'sh NEW YORK, Feb. 7 (UP) loons under grimy shorts: the dier, his aged uniform a tapes- cial session of the British Com- Slam the door on the Idea.
payrolls. H er they were tod Roberto Arias, Panamanian am "ling-a-ling-a-lt" bells of cy- try of patches, sing-songs his monwealth prime ministers con- At the last Geneva conference
they could rain in the a basador-degnateto the United cle-propelled rkshaws the morning Buddhist prayers. He'sference in an atmosphere heart- Communism won the northern
rate of ay they were getting for Kincdom and his bride Margot sweet, sharp odor of noodles glad e to chat, to Interrupt his ended by first reports of calm in half of Vietnam as the price for
d e firstballerinaofad- ngn deep fat on pu or a tomorrow he fears the ahe move. ending the war in Indochina.
terPda a year.xt or ey s allet of e a- n. will be bleak. Reports circulated In Lon-
esterday. executive om-ea Wells ballet of London, ar-sans. This is the end," he says don that Britain or India may In Washington, Sen. Walter.
ittee was up to draft a srved today by plane from Paris n the air-condtioned "flag through badly spotted teeth. have obtained prior assurance George said Red Chinamay
Letter protesting the Canal ae- nr 'route to Nassau.N ti aWIsecoinu he nd oner. m ofdep
dion. This willbe taken to Wash- They were scheduled to take a plot" aboard the ship, office rs in "We are already dead. They that the Nationalist pullback come up With a counter roo
ington by Jack Eglinton, Vr W Plane immediately to the Baha- fresh-laundered greens mark a talk of two Chinas. For us would be unopposed, but offi- al ;for a ceasefire in Formosa
imas but missed connections even huge map with colored pencils. there's only one China and It's cial British sources said only "I still think it is possible," he
though the British Overseas Air- circling Islands off the Red Cnl- not Formosa. If we go ome to that the evacuation could be said, that Red China may"come
Cruise Passengers way plane was held for 30 in- na mainland. the mainland, we'll tran- the first step toward a trce up with a roposition, possibly
e Pe rs ue.gled In the public sare. If The Daily Express, in a dis-bthrough India," for a panel
ig hi They will gO this afternoon One whistles, a lowwhistle, the we stay here we'll die of heart- patch from Peiping, reported rations to explore the posslbU-
Off 3 ig Ship to iam and then take a plane whistle aof an no-tlready dead." at Chinee Communist re-y of a Formosan ceasefire.
Sfrom there to Nassau where they man taught to restrain his emo-
Converge On RP w boa 11foot chttiong and blanket his nerves. r- -7----i,--

SIEdmar for a honeymon of e eg r e I t ...... ...... .
Three big tourist ships which or ten days onw"It'll be clos," he says. "Likem '
arrived In Cristobal this morning Arias said they woue then Ye- rescuing a baby from a flam-
are bringing about 600 tourists to turn to New York for a few-days Ing, gasoline soaked, room ....
the Pacific side. b. without singeing his eyebrows."
The ships,, Stella Polaris and or 19. etak
ThedFFan enote .. .. ndIn H e's talking about evacuating (NEA .io
lWe de France are being handled s Fonteyn samidase hW verybis Chinese friends from off-
by Bod Brothers, while Persons apy over her marre bvt re. s uhore fortresses which are v -
Travel Bureau Is in charge of marked that she almost gaile d ble targets for Communist artil-
the third cruise ship, Maureta- ,to reah Paris In time fo the lerymen, and within easy range
n1a. ceremony yesterday. She said .of the Communists' Jets.
A program of native music and she anced Saturday nitlt in ..
danclnR is Alanned at El Panama London. -- i ealk a uin
Hotel for the visitors during the he Will resume her ballet And hes talking about doing
lunch hour, and ght-seelng and work with Saddlers We&u Feob. 24 a1 fis ethat touak e -
shopping will be on their agenda and continue until the stmason I ont that could mae
0eo thyrunt ed l ene.tohe VeLei=counter as essential
al before they return to r ens late Je. Then she said to modern living as the tooth-
tobal later tonight. she will have it four-week holl- brush.
Several hundred other tourists'deay tintl Sadlers wels- romes h
will be spending the day I -n Cr to Nw Yorknext autum I. Inside te Black Cat cafe, it 's
tobal. Aketee wit herbmarragwuldlike a series of prison cells: bare
Itere ih dan. r- shelwalls and floors and partition-
.ulled: "Not at all. W -Y andied booths. waiters hand in wa-
Wille to ot that I go Oan with ered Scotch ($1.25 a thimble)
rasYe t-and is .. .lke A jailers passing In bread and
IYlla'x-- WUN Font fi Jrstlwater. but the squeals and
Met yearn ago when she waSscreeches are not the moans o
begiknningto dance and he was inmates.
astuden at Cambridge Univer- ..
MThey did not meet againdEarlieri in N -n therday. lacedtin"their A D (Nr A Radio
though until lpst junewh they ZG suit" corsets, they whooshed LANDING GEAR TROUBLE A jet fighter ski ds along the'-flight deck of the U. -.
were on the RivieraI over the East China s carriertYorktown after its landing gear coaips ed. The plane was returning from a MInis'0-

Nixon Reaches Cuba
In Limping Aircraft

HAVANA. Cuba, Feb.?T (UP) led In the outer starboard engine
VIce.-President Richard M. Ibut he considered it safe to con-
Nixon arrived here yest rday on.tnue the flight since the plane
the first atop of a monch-long was at no time fm.rther than 2
7500-mile good will tour of the minutes away from an airfield.
Caribbean and Central Amerl- Nixon recalled a similar en-
Ca.Oglne failure occurred during his
His Air Force Osnstellation 1953 far Eastern good will trip
landed with one of Its four en- on a flight between Pakistanand
d150 miles noethe* -of The Vice President and his
1Y.. while the wife. Patricia. were greeted with
7 IM was, three hours away a 19-gun salute and full mini.
iheft but Nixon deidd not tary honors uon their arrival,
make a forced landngoat MI- Cuban Vice proddmnt-elsct Ra-
Xufael Gnas IneLan and Amertcm
I VcuedAmbassader Arthur Gardner led
th Pikkpt, M&J -, multr- the welcoming paty.
ided to aMiUSlne em To janauntil Wednesday, staying at the
-, rather than .Ambassador's remensce.
felanWded at t:e He will then continue on to
-1 militaryaIMPs1 a ~ ft.: Mexdco, Guatmla, Honduras,1
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Spellir Out for Us

ThIS- 1 YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN ein the Orient, clouding the t shoot
ing, according to several well-in-
Sformed AFL leader now meeting
t In Miami Beach.
SThese men, whose sources are '.
-a global, believe that a deal Is set
Between the U.S. State Dept., the
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Panama American. British Foreign Office and the Sov-
Latters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential letized Peiping government.
maner.u 'his gentlemen s agreement calls
Itf youcontribute letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the for the eventual ousting of the
nest dea. Letters are published in the order ceived. Chinag Kai-shek Natiionalist Gov.y-
Ileasm y to keep the letters limited to one page length. ernment from the United Nations.
Idtptity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. As it was outlined to me, the-
Tlis newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinion belief is that the secret pact,

09 OP "'On I b e ief is th at 4A.
e saener tr e pack
S- o outfield assist from Indian Prime
Minister Nehru, calls first for
SMOM STILL MAD cease-fire discussions with the Sov.
ir 'et Chinese. The price of the ease-
I hate to take up valuable space in your column, but feel fire will be some sort of Asiatic
that I must answer Pro GI, StopYour. Moaning and oLher child- iparley.
haters. From this will come admission
One of these writers suggests that children should not of Red Chmina to the U.N., without
have everything put right min their laps. I agree. My interest the U S. formally recognizing the
in writing Is to see that the chdren of Balboa High School MaoTse-tunggovernment. T h s
do not have a B-25 put in their laps. there will be two Chinas--but only
The antagonism these writers sho-:' for children indicates for a while. After a year or so,
that they are probably barely out oi childhood themselves. I am the British or the Indians will sayt
sure you will feel dt ferently when you finish growing up and that it is silly to treat alike the I
have children of your own. representatives of 600,000,000 main. c d
--Irate Mother. land Chinese and the spokesmen ,9.
.for 8,000,000 Formosan Chinese.
Then, on a move from Canada,
SAnseto. Pis Britain or India, the U.N. will ououst
rto vious Puzz the embattled T.F. Tsiang, ambas.
Animal Antics -o S es r sador from Nationalist Formosa.
iI RA A Communist will speak for all
SOno o a -s As othe Chinese. And the U.S. will as-
ACUO 5 Invoke a pest 1~ ~O S N 0 EL 6 sume territorial aternity over the
OvIne one Nationalist island.
ruminant 6 Butle o Meanwhile, the British, throu gh

0 Its ioug are 7 Bustle A RJR 1Eao nSIrsw
Its ou are Butlm A s their unions, will attempt to whip
called 8 W ici s A A up mass working class sentiment
S Analye Graze r o --and great and loud outcries for [
I e Anale n 10 European WEA P such a global patent medicine cure-
sentence finchesV all. ." .
SIdoizeights 13 French city *09 A Already, unions in England-at
14em wein hts 15 Let itstand jet plants, no less-and in Canada
'16 aili 18 Sufx 33 Mast 40 Lateral part -at the CIO's United Auto Work.
16Brazflian 21 Russian 34 House pets are 43 More painful ers local in General Motors--are
macaw storehouses the1- of 47 Weight officially demanding that we keep
1IAcTumiletrne 23Ensnare animals deduction our noses out of the Oriental tent
S tial cum be 25 Fur-bearing 35 Click-beetle 50 Egg (comb. There has oeen an effort to stir
O I ben animal 36Arid form) American labor into an up-from- B RUA MK
S eagle 7 Highway 38 Forbear 51 Seine the grassroots roar for peace at
S Domestic slave Helmsmen 39 Harangues 53 Light brown Mao Tse-tung's price. This got no-
4 Bird a'homes where inside the AFL, which went -
28 06 nA brdnt e i8 10 on record last September to "spare When I was a small boy in Mr. Belles, in the accumulation "It's welt form a elrcle
S mall l efor s o prevent e mission North Carolina, a dreadful little of eight textile mills since he last around the thigh. No pe
S ight touch tung regimeinto the U.N"Ma Tse- girl who lived next door kept me in rescued me from his sister, has awayfrom the garter. No
3 Auriclegtog rThe A into the U.N.t a constant state of contusion. Oc- done considerably more to make anywhere on-the eI. ea
iAuriIcen sorThe AFL woras even again sptae on Icasionally I would be rescued from himself worshipped by the women. bend, dace, l eap, it Ameem or
Pd pofs against "All mtue .. .... h I at sithisosavage creature by her big folk. His Chadbourn Mills started fidget lh perfect security. Theseam
I 'I eComapanirns (7 (Pelping's) consolidation and mili. brother, whose name was Chad the sheer stretch, anthe straight does not move from whAere it was
- -BRIM -ve (P ip -uns cBolles. About the time I got big'seam, so that perfect fit is guar- set inhthe a Also,- the stock-
4 tt vetch aTh disturbed the British. They enough to beat up Mary Black, the anteed. Mr. Bolles' stretch is not lg feels wo I a the Jei
4Poanfalry -. ed the A would take a thsister, ad Bolles went offto seek last; it is a bult-in crl ins what o 1

.o4dooEucoharisticatead pe, health or ued a FL woauls .... aed o hth a o r ars In T.th atI Mwiat re
Ji wineve e softer line-nsomebwat like theO o e. I can reported elastic; It iss a built-in c in the wouldn't new, myself.
-s- Loran tle latCIO's whose a thfore s ioun t. yar onrn that s invisible. Patents on
S. for wo r on e oint o experts fought Hes just abouhit to sma himselW these pi*ocesses are- dindB. I ut 1i have seei X-ii
euot anw f e-seoeitio B thei R Decemberion. the most-beloved man in the co.. Mai who went h thelookbtsle a minatur e
pvbthe- shcrsgent on etry, by both men and women forwhole war on four pairs of nyoins, colm o I e Ily h.tea.._
*BrIfheaha looke d oher at th e as produced a woman's nylon and now goe lth rWuora fu s rt t n
s3Is s a okdcoea[h stoeking of such tensile sttrengthla- week, says that thomeaiea s ,Dralw "..lh= 0 .teamliwl
tahva b vrt "-e hp goena paray ad t mauackstage peopl et at the CIO t parley tne ,. t h .

S Ummer- - --In Los Anveles ladst December es the guarantees 90 day&'! wearing a constant werfitre tb or as r m
Syou would ave noticed the im- fm o p airs. ecl t .ier tmanufatrer and the womrn- in Even..eretail t
m t. -l - Goperturbable Brio a dtinsh be"' o acle Larkwoo d X-90, an d it will enfolk uforthe past 10 year, Thel awotagthir a ey, ho 4t~ l
-- tre for5 a a e e mo enti .soon n be on sale at most of thebongase4 .i h t. a end egw to- -
|j I I British, like some other nations.et er stores. UIc owSwr at.b ttin I. to flba.
I oo have an observer at the national ecrose sales- otoe manufacturebsvnaittnto n
labor conventions. His name Is e average stocking wearing said that thoeladies'tInsistenceoo-or el hastv e -i
Zfls re-Archie Gordon, a much respecte wmany has been igomg throughextreme sheeruess was aing all o alP anyd p
4 Itkilan dty ". . Ich eap.laa"gmwprs fathe toe" trouble. nd -e e,
Goon a eone stockings a year s.ite thewar, and folk cusse, because no matter who Sister Mary, aw now he
top CIO officials at the onvenionin my house at least, the budget was right, the argument ended w joy in the.
Sthe conversaton ran somh e has been considerably morethan .aenmdig te .p m. w2e manM ano
rthin like this : hundreds dollars.boier- Be lea is Maiea now hasDbe testing Mr. "
"1I the AFL'and the CIO mer selling his guaranteed stockings for lioles, miracle, and Is beaming. I mentioned it Chadh l e II-
soon, whose foreign polley ewri$4.95S the pair, which brin gs the iShe says, quote: "The dto1king nm to make his fortnte.
oporevigpolyhe e. Vtord Ibudgetndown to around pa year. moves with you so that you can lwod s sy, today,t hat the aboy's
queried.-aevwil, the -rain Th I Nmadmire. bend or stoop without strain.bgot it made.
T h e A F L 's w ill ," w a s th e fla it ...ot--
and authentic reply. .
jo"That's bad," the Englishman U S- Ifo ma i o g ey
retorted, "very bad!" .
Obviously, the British did not l
want the AFL's tough anti-Peiping
policy to become the line for one,' Pt r
labor confederation of 15.00,000ByP a Es
can labor's foreign policy be writ- WASeHINGTON-- (NflE Tr e a br in ut mited enng es pt, to rah the tlleta
ten by Victor Reuther, the ClO's m iajor shortcomings of the U. S. for a foreign information proam. e d f t wor, t m
top foreign policy-maker. Vitor R.I Information A e n a programsIThere Is only so much that cnh eeZsully to export AmerMM coherte-1
was the leader in therfight at the must be eon ered y the new done. Anything over thatemibht amre widely,
CIO p a r I e y for recognition andCongress. lWatd. But his agency oouldleeve
crade with the Iron Curtain bloc. Number One Is an apparent in-more than It has been getting'. T'me ommn
That fight became so bitter last ability to reach the great manses U appropriations for do e sa s MMr. Shtret, k new
December that Steel Workers Un- of people Who must be saved from-rt year are $77,000,. "he a r. 1M Il sa eg.us.
ion leader Dave McDonald finally CommtMst conquest. e y has asked for ,0eti.-e iJ
warned Victor "to keep (his) hands1 It is diffiedt to generalize onwill ask for something more Ur in,
offo the CI resolutons." this question oe matng a massSat Sh, the fiscal year pbeginI, p g
So It app iears as inevitable appeal to huade ts jnlli o .
the first baseball come. spring, the eo ",saysCrelbertheamountrt

AFL wil speak for Americand labor r eetore of direct. Taree at
if thosei.us a meroerhIt will fight*dIn.retor EuropeU64.c.m. nIaitoftwha.lle n-i

right down the le against any It -A ,bSoviet Ru
compromise no with be eCommunisteasalanl Cr il satellie T U L C,..
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brce-al hVdo o teteylt ev m i s0 V1 t t.A eron n p
S. BisW. Uo il be a global fight.nAFL. VcWe T iee-oSrth A" --
rate may I te bemto a 'd t wo rd..

twrlReuadriled t Fer ation'sheCO gr ams 5pT "c- 'hey me aly s It e -
tbecause s his brother, Walter, w the ommea Itme a t n;-
trulyp0owerfulpvi cer.. ... reftpigees tat heIM a te third major US. .A

nine atoms in cubic form, which wll be the theme building door to.all the.sal-tha imonerorey, a "lo"ne s e aone
6 feet in diameter andthe whole structure will be 426 feet high. mea broadeas. .t -' ld word t.._

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T tay t W. a. e room A TV et a o like this, with lawM, tree, g, community buildings.
The 'pmlary sq5 4a 9 58 s "jing aprominent PlA.The
recruited I werm for te, coach can open up to make a be designed to look more like a closed It becomes a shower
There-were 10,000 etahes to Ae i needed. house than a trailer, with pore mp.
park atu atomic astrietin jiob There t a ara or and sinuslated brick ab i ey. Ar quditioning is enjoying a
pr Satvan Ga. Sirta next tm fhr t The second floor could be used tbi boom at present.
thousand persM t*s inn 0 S Room 'divides separate each for storage or two sleep
trailerse i Ptke .0unty, Ohio, living area In some models. In -ooms. There ls client. eating f-or
where they work on' iotir atom- the ero through a corridor,sler-doe oor, ceilings with built-in
i F e at e rar true a corridor, Sto With the added comfort the glow ti and translucent pins-
i e plan e sbage spsce, anat S phom es provide fewer owners te w panels to let in more light.
them Idealfor dean, attractive and-the bathroom and a smaltakle the task of moving them. movable a
homes to sta t,- -at In. f3tl iopi al oveat the other. A- A number of towing concer One model has movable ad
boom however er rear is a ed bed. have sprung up who dothe ob on tracks which can be adjusted
tired coaipls -thOM a1. at economical rates. S Oe in in the dining a re
pick up- moblle b6eor m I the e ad a half ar Attention adfthe mobile bomites tmr0 has a sereened-in front
SM00 to 000 am d heat o the where 210 traibrs we on people centers on the Meed to pra whih canbe knocked down
warm clsses of FlOda, Cailfna play at the big exhibition just provide fie parks wSe aI amd0-e11 weW the owner hauls
or Arizona.. cmled tre, this was the sen- ..= homes can hook upto Uti- Id soa ..to a new loca There
With electric lightsas heat. eral tdesign.Terar variat es. There are a me be es fa -lgth portable cabana.
refrigerators fancy k h e n. One des which offers a second ag built. Bing Crosby recently One of the cheerful aspects of
showers nd tabs, the mobile floor. Tpi 3aieulr model w began a21 acre, Blue V the situlm for-the trailer deal-
la .ge at Palm Spring, Cal. -It wil enr was the increasing number of
Cost half a million and will have two taflr fa mdales. They live i
a pool, shopping center and aa 45-footer and own a 20-footer
clubhouse. to take side tripe.
With the most efficient room ar-
raugement apparently arrived at,
most of the new models In the
show this year were competing in
A headlong race for more beauty
Interior decorating.
The ktchens have everything
found in the finest home In
rIniature. This year. table top
stoves appeared with eye level
ovens. The owner can have a
drlwasher, garbage disposal unit
&M a water softener, Clothes
washers and dryers are available.
Bathrooms are merely smaller
than those of the average homes.
They are tiled in brilliant colors, a
uhave tub, shower and washstand,
-SO.. ..* "a even small vanities. One model
BECAUSE MOWST. l YaRnS actually stsy put, mapy owners places the bathroom hfll width
now hve a moM ne od t model IBke this for week-end jaunts. across the back enl. With the

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Spaghetti with Clam Sauce
Spaghetti a la Posilipo
Fettuccie a Ia Bologuese
Gniocchi a la Napolitana
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Chianti splits 75c.
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'Best Day's Work I've Done'

FORT DODGE. Iowa. FeD. 7 Authorities said Osborn and
UP) A one-time town mar- Brown gave this story of the
I shot his former wife and killings:
er husband to death at their Brown stayed last night at the
home near Dayton tooa:, home of a neighbor about e
Tle her father looked on miles away from the Anderson
helplessly. authorities said house He got up about 4 a m.,
"The victims were Clifford An- and walked to the Osborn farm.
person, 42, and his wife, Ivy, 37. Osborn was wakened by his dogs
Boone County sheriff Steve barking, saw Brown and ordered
emulieu said Dillard Brown, 49, him to stay away.
confessed the killings and said it "He told me if you don't stay
was "the best day's work I've back I'll shoot you too," Osborn
,._ever done." said.
Webster County sheriff Joe Osborn said he was armed
- McMahon of Fort Dodge said with a .20 gauge shotgun, but
....Brown would be charged with Brown was too far away to hit.
"murder. He said Brown walked to the
"I made a promise to kill him Anderson house and kicked on
and I never back down on rny the door until Anderson appear-
promise," Beaulleu quoted Brown ed carrying a .12 gauge shotgun.
as saying. Anderson fired, but missed and
Seaulieu said Brown told him Brown shot him twice, wounding
lie and Mrs. Anderson were di- him fatally.
verced last May in Wisconsin Mrs. Anderson, also carrying a
and were the parents of five gun, then came to the door and
children. The youngsters were Brown shot twice more, killing
sleeping upstairs in the Anderson her intsantly, Osborn said.
tarm home at the time of the hOsborn said he had to walk
shootings. half a mile to a neighbor's home
They are Charles, 7: Billy, 6; to call the town marshal at
joean, 5; Tony, 4; and Tommy 2'/2. nearby Stratford, a job which
$rotwn said he got custody of the Brown once held.
bhlldren at the time of the di- Sheriff McMahon sp ott e d
qiorce but his former wife re- Brown walking along the road
yently went back to Wisconsin about four miles from the An-
d won a court order to take derson house and arrested him.
-fthem back. She then returned to McMahon was driving to the
a-owa and married Anderson. scene after beinr summoned by
*, Bill Osborn, father of Mrs. An- the Stratford marshal.
"tderson, said hb witnessed the Osborn said a friend had told
4a shootings The Andersons were him that "Brown was coming
living in a tenant house on the down because he wanted the
Oaborn farm, which is southeast kids."
*0f Dayton and about 20 miles McMahor took Brown to jaill
southwest of here. at Fort Dodge.

Substances Under Orange Peel

Shorten Life Of Common Cold

NEW YORK, Feb. 7 (UP)-Vita-J the eye, ear, nose ani throat journ-
min-lie chemical substa n c e s al that in 25 patients with vitreous
found in the under-peel of oranges opacities -at ype of cataract -a
and lemons dramatically shorten combination of bioflavonoids, as-
the course of the common cold and corbic acid, and chemical agents
clear one type of eye cataract, the blood had "resulted in comn-
four physicians reported today, plete, or almost complete, recove-
The substances are called bio- ry."
flavonoids or "Vitamin P." They Dr. Boris Sokoloff, of Flori d a
strengthen the valls of the capil- Southern College, Lakeland, Fla.,
laries, the tiny human blood ves- reported in the American Journal
sels which form networks through- of Digestive Diseases he had treat-
out the body. ed five cases of virus "A" in-
Bioflavonoids have shot up in fluenza "with encouraging re-
medical interest to such a point a suits," by which he meant the
full dress scientific conference courses of the infection had been
will be held on them under the dramatically shortened.
sponsorship of the New York Aca- All the doctors attributed their
4M my of Sciences this week. Mean- results to the bioflavonoids' inter-
While. the medical journals ap- ference with the "Inflammatory
yetmred with their reports on what processes."
the substances were doing against
ich evils as the common cold Bioflavonoids, or "Vitamin P,"
% Ad influenza and a type of catar- first discovered In 193&, have been
known for some time to streng-.
Drs. Marton ,ffs "'West- thhenthe capilllary vaitssntd to de-
SMrtI, Conn., .nd LWUilliam Coda crease their "permabiity," thus
Martin, New Yo 1, reported in the attackingt he "idllammatory pro-
American Journal of D)igestive cesses" at their points of origin.
Diseases, tnt-t in 69 caes of acute Today's reports indicated h o w
tesptratory infections, including quickly and how effectively they
*the common cold, acute follicul- work. Drs. Biskind and Mar tin
ar tonsillitis, and influenza" bio- reported they had had "dramatic"
Savonoids combined with ascorbic results in bursitis, which st among
acid Vitamin C had caused a "ra- the most painful and temporarily
pd subsidence of the infection" in crippling of "inflammatory proces-
dight to 48 hours. ses.'
They had only three failures, The citrus flavonoids have been
they added, and those three were isolated from the citric pe e I s,
not necessarily due to a failure of chemically identified, and now
the bioflavonoids. / are man-made in the laboratory.
Dr.: Walter R. Loewe, New York They are offered to physicians by
City eye, specialist, reported in various pharmaceutical houses.



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S1t -Mr. Joaquin Lopez, M., svOd O ar td. a mIke'sI,
l iwee n as best n, and the u fol d in m'
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terday afternoon from Londo ne Wednesday, tion's tr
rating happiness. Sh carried Moring CORseISpnilk I The Fort Amador Wives' Clubnatons
t o flowers ethe cererny. A morning course in SpanishIwfll hold Its regular monthly lunch- buy Ame
"She sBad she decided to be will be available at the BSalba s.1 on Wednesday, at 12:30 P.M. foreigner
married in P anF i a r d not inYMCA-USO starting Thursday, at at the Army-Navy Club, with the
Laedf because she wanted 0 aim. M2is Maria de l lPr Vs- DeW president, Mrs. Frank D. Ironldrt
years, both In-iamna and at the U1be `=tnew officers are, JC penident
came. Y," will be the Instructor. Mrs. Arthur .T Sauser-Bvi-adl
dt.Aa Pa T e r ndent, M'rs. Charles G. Kaiser. See- I Question.
9e I-._. *.w eheld at a. andi Con-"trued, treasum edTher.a
Xin Ve-nAtnoam Spani at 10 a.m. AbM' n, under tradepro
ed old. ibi *outon Monday, Tuesday and Thurs- the dk-eetie IS'Robr t reiyec
to Mrs. Ezrag Baalth bi cent yves
"For &. .ahe could )2ot Then. interested may resister ground of Cunvai wellias bam.wo Bailey
tee het unbowd. who f at the Y.N.C.A. omstratlons o at- ivoPanamanian-'wouldn
cause of the bulbs, and. vrh th e unc,1au
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Edwathe dward Anchor. i M Lm caho roI auth-
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er Gis' Mixed Marriages In Spoin R,
INGTON, Feb. 7 (UP)- pcted to be stationed in aia
S e diUaetedt today n coming months as a of
Eole churc. will hold the the agreement giving the United f Ts i Y 0
='rd In marries in. States rights to air bases. cU a oi -t
U.S. eiUZens i n Spair. .d d fXm r
dS of a prospective U.S.- The State Department says now
agreement atung this line only that the matter is "umn de rM7
Prompted sharp criticism consideration." Officials indicat-
thats. Thy ague thU discussion will then be resumed in t
n agreement would violate Madrid.ing alt
institutional guarantee of There s aposibility there wi l
exeris"f religion ore formalagreement o the bow u ener It is o
and Defense Departments Officials have noted that the U. No wonder mor than s
atelcl itwa bottle it Beklu"s
lat tight wraps united States does not normaSllytrMb mso
negotiate on such matters but be- y sod .
today thai gan discussions In the Spanishg b otfet-ts,
ted States i s S ayhs case because of the special pa00. Buokley's Casadiol
Is in Spaion tion of the Catholic church in
tof that nation. Thustheypaio .rowu st
maerieans there must comn.
Spanish laws just as Span.
ons.. .-
itn, which is almost entire-
iic, tiOe church law is re-
as law of t e land. This
law forbids rearage of
ts and nos.-Catholics un-
Protstant ivod prom. Great Friend W i alnning Politcf.-
abide by the ehurchlaw. r
rrat Witgatlio ogt un.
S t yr a wrr base49 luye-
etween the two nations. RA
Department said It was
to work out with Spain
q uestioa affecting Amern.
itary pbenefts"onnel to big Spain,

anum Aberas of both military ONES OF THIS WEEK
cilian personnel are n-

Foreign Trade .-. .,
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tain and thus become dLast year there Sucwer*e 549 L. reenky
NGTON 'eb. E. (UPF. Unruh Mr. Roy T. Harri
eveland Bailey (D-W.Va.) winners in our
today that President
were's foreign trade p- RAFFLE
Sa"eonom th early unsound"
id "throw undue and un-
rovbenefits" to big bui- T A T
ep. Robert Kean(R-J.J.)
favors the administra- HERE ARE THE FORTUNATE
ade bill because forei gn A J
need Ameican dollars to ONES OF THIS WEEK:
erican products and if
rs can't sell in the free a Elizabeth Adkins e Ruth Jones
hey must sell across the
tatn and thus become de- e Rose C. de Rojas Sucre Mrs. L. Green*
on Communist economy." e E. F. Unruh 9 Mrs. Roy T. Harrier
and Keen spoke on the
to program "The Leading o Manuel de Icaza F. Ucci
administration's fore I g n Che our numbers
owam would extend the l.
!i trade agreement f o r All slips ending in 3 win.
Arm and lower tariffs 15 per
B a three-year period.
said the trade program
prove harmful to possibly
as 150 of our small basic

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FOP SALE- -Mahogany I,,ng
r..: m dining room, bedroom
l .rniure. bookcase gas stove,
t,Doewrer and table 1rdo I
Ea,r 4.th Sr.. Phone 3-0989
FOR SALE Sacridfce imme.
d,OaIel-Rorria drnng room Set.
con-ole rodO. :hest dravers E-
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Cuiundu 32c.
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console record Dlaoez wardrobe.
TrIlecDhone 3-3736 Icth St. No.
15. San Francisco.

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WE BUY-Second hand cars,
cash E.lacon Navarro. front Be-
Iao V'Vsia Theatre Phone 3-1618.

Goodrich Prexy
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FOR SALE: Dodge Coronet,
perfect condition, duty poid. Bar-
gain. Telephone 2-1259, office

FOR SALE:-1948 Caoillac, 4-
door Sedan, black, W-S-W tires,
leather upholstery, radio. Bar-
gain Telephone 6333. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth
Sedan. "Lambswool Cream" fin-
ish New rubber. Extras. 32 000
miles 5750.00. Private owner.
Gatun 5-579.

FOR SALE.- 1949 Oldsmobile
Convertible Rocket engine, per-
tect condition, excellent rubber,
$65000 Clayton 87-7223

FOR SALE -' 49" Mercury Conv.
Bid. '90," Apt. "A 2nd St.
Coco Sol to. C Z.

S 'palmr Graduates s u e n Priced for qck sle 9 Ford
.'a Peru Avenue Tell. -LMS- ria Convertible. New top. new paint.
block frato Lux Thesir.
cFor Al0 Dealeas rda, W-S-W TIres. Phone Cu-
o r Auo Dealers 'rundu 3286.
D E NTI T William S Richardson. president; FOR SALE -1948 Stude Land
tjoltli 41h of July) Ave. No. Is of The B F Goodrich Co., has Cruiser. Overdrive. excellent con-
next to Braniff ollfce, some suggestions for automobile diion. $400 00 Balboa 1251
DO C. E. ABREGA, D.D.S. dealers who will be sending custo-
Former Fellow tinstrucor George- mers away from their showrooms FOR SALE -1954 Mercury Sun
dn Univ, Washington, D.C. in new cars outfitted for the first Valley, power brokes-, radio W-
Former District Dentist Pedro Miguel time with tubeless tires as stand- -W. Agencies Cosmos, Auto Rel
and Gamboa, C Z. ard equipment No. 29. Telephone 2-4721.
sp derdad in: PROHODeONTA Richardson. whose company in- FOR SALE:- 1950 Oldsmobile

(denture and Briderk. venled, patented. and heaprvs se k IFOR mSALE:-1950 Oldsuobi
AIRBRASE (new technique vened. patented, and has market Tudor Sdan New sndpip
tor dental ln). ed more than 3500,000 Tube I e s n finish. Excellent rubber. New
ese er ices in X-rays surgery tires since 19.. points out that ten finris. Now uotedr tow
Periodontia and Chdildren Dentistryrv, driving on tubeless tire will be a smeet covn. Now quoted as Colpn
S tone: Panami ua(2) 2-2011 new experience for many motor os $600.00. Full price. Colpan

on re: Pansuram oletor. Tels. 2-1033, 2.1035.
for appointments. ists. Car dealers he says, can ex. 2-10t .
ou: a.m. to 12 noon-2 .m. to pect many questions about tube- 2-1036. __
I.. U'. Less tires and he provides some of FOR SALE:-1949 quick Super
the answers. Forder Sedan Shiny black
The newcomer of tubeless tires pain. Standard transmission.
"Insure In is generally puzzled about wbat Clean interior. Now reduced to
Sure Insurance" holas the air. Richardson poLnts 525.00. Full price. Celpen Me-
out that in Goodrich tubeless tires, tonr. Tels. 2-1033, 2-1035.
SC ontrI RIDGE a series of concentrle rubber ridges 2-1036.C

P h on e P a n a m a 2h n55 2t F O R A L- 1 9 5 .0 F o r d T u d o

AENCAS JM RDGdsthe tubeless tire 03 2-103
uthofulashuNagainst the r Imfangeretain the FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Tudi o

(ContJuyiAvenuedfrom.PL1) Richar dson plang
eaie to rest onits side In the regular tire and tube'ont he rim V. Nw Maint, n tir .
middleof a small stea m.. t also holds ubeless tires on there w-'w tie. Radiand auto-

Hospital and returned to the Tubeless tires will fit all stand- FOR SALE:-1953 Dodge For-
Atlanticide later ard wheels with the exception of der Sedn. A lte mode ca
The honeymooners although wire whls where spoke holes in excellent condition. Must be
tightly shakt en up. todav cal ed Ie are nol air light. Tbe he are ea-1 ieen to bu apeciated. Full
he whole incident un to moun. t than regular tires price $751300. Colpan Motors.
to o their demolishd the rima ur o lfn. Elp tr.
teT the are ren covering at providing the rims are in good con-i Tel. 2-1033, 2-1035, 2-1036.
e we ashiengton alter having gdiron exig. _st-_atrfres

S treated for minor injuri t the executive believe s fe that caro vFOR SALE .1950 Mercury in-
A tolic re ot set tates the dealers should explain the adi F of dir Sedan. Da lrk grea on l hl-
Sbride oand room despondel vantage of ltubeless tires bo hles- i h. Radio. New tirl and exc l-e

.he o upoed wei ae oo rawrin'mI ing their customers that eliminay il ost mchtransissy coeditiond
dein itel and returned to Co- thie: (no ft h e tfeyalso elimin- Fual prio $e0 Colpp n Motoe.-
tieh htoe ionidentw ndhie tru did erto m ant regular tiredpriceSi300.00. Cl n M

Ion Thev s aid the Chevroletr ales the source of most i o Tel. 2-1033. 2-105 2-1036.

was demolished and a craneles. "It's the inner tube that is_036.___________
trwould be need fo remove itdpunctuSed, goes at or blows out,"t FOR SALE:- 1951 P ontiMel
r plmincerepoverstigat ion in- haes dson emphasizes thad not.- Fiped Siedan.h Da oenma. Fi
dictate a rcci dent wase tthe all tubeless tires are llke.s "B rI $taRiio.n. i and ces-
t of the drive ters o tem it- I G rch, for example makes thwovn i o ent le anl alh b ela c fin,
ju1g h to round p.e at too I types: (1) The Sat. Thetylner, which t. be D rpc sH50. F
te wshoalte on spen bur t-s s costs no mounre than a eglr regular tlire ', s.
deli niely pand n rtu.ed" t.o t ter tu rad ia price $ 5omuT0.00. Col en Mr.2-

lThe" They truck whihe o awlesaond the u r st are ena d equip- Tel. 2-1031 2-105, 2
truck bv the car was damaged eei. n t on new cars and 12 ener e ai
ontlv slated when the rear Lmoe-Saver, that seals puncture restr FOR SALE: 195 2 Olndsobil
bumer w loosened. t was be- perianehntiv and ehas a tread that Super "do Tudor 2-toan. g reen. -

l driven b E esto ntendez a gives casell tlar-aon skid proe cs Equipped with many extra.
Civilian Army employee. tion. It costs a little more." price $s. ll p 0. acceptI
The inrte works for hede Pa A popular misconcepe ti is that yur trade.0. Cola.n Moton. Tels.
lfic S team Navigation Chopan i al tubeless tires are "punctureu- 2- 1033. 2-10rS. 2-1036. 11

stru ebte rner ws it's a the lon e of air is retarded. C2,u theeln Ma ki-
opter wak.nis neyd. a aehhs a thre at Cmmer Tudr. 2on sreetn.

.odav whenc acted at I o- I it's a thfefsavr. the tire seals k n re. Overdrive,ture nhsgna dsel
el Washing nsthe bride said is own pca tine sies th a pa t ntuiepdpe w id it eta.0 Full
irg tilln Armdy e ...c.e at on.d ostsal) The a dlantero, phh $h1 4llr150.00. Wl icel-

the were plan rening to "wait a oruisa m bonep th tn at, regarte p Colsa M etrs. Tel-.
gain but w ram -p deter d CIa t ubo o re. le self-ling re-.i 103, 2-105, 2-1036.
strinu tstby H wf the friaparoof "Any rsoe and b the n

continue their hon o e- e air isaed y ntant automatic, per- FOR SALIE:-1951 Hudon Hard
lte t. he unpleasant inerru manet.e s irs read Cha S u Coper Terlow a n
n.e h e nde id air container re withna o nner d cler ti weiv trn. l plc.
hle" gre ,sar he o u I tube to be pinched if the io is 9n ot0.00e. Coloni Meter. Tl., -
cstelle ranrionsC, I damaged t i doee s e blow out sude 2-T1033, 2-1035, 2-1036.

Wed da f no at f idenl from a bruise break like a
in r hba din, 83, tirhee with an inner tube. If a bruise Fn 1 SALv- 1953 Slhdeker
metI B0, i Vn seeakness develops in the tire, It Comsaay.t Hard eTo VS. Re-
,ae In Hm it th likes othe form of a slow leak Ine die s veu wie whelh. duel-
n i speia inner liner and l what bt M
Trs Ewelle Fordn Frncis a would normally be a dangerous and whitf N M Ful F lerie
rbadlan re. dpn of La Boe bruise blowout becomes a safe; 113".. C0l0 N Mature. T i ale.
inPanama Ci died lfiis slowout 246"3, i."f*. 2-1034.
Sowninat Ifi \'in the Matia I in iumming tip some of the
irnandeL' P-,rhialrtr Hogpi9. ihines new car dealers should be-
owing qri1 iirp;.- r p fe prepared to tell their customers FOR SALE
th i She "kas .Par. old ,A- i;-le ,,ieeq tired, Richards on O ALE
'rane.-. -e- ori. reu, r n I-- pini that tubeless tires, be. IRei da s atte
w11 .A Blacker"-Frre ard .iie ,- are Isinter and more -
hWer daughlte' Mr.- Ilpr1' Pine. fieLipiip e ie about 10 percent mo FOR SALE:-M0a#Vfikrnt let. cO-
*,wi th t who she ipeidp. I d La Brca trea.1 ear than tube-type tires.! cellent locstonV-Ponc Lefevre.
p t rntil a fer monmor epo ir|i, inortantl he continues, Ne rGlf ihts BOeIn price.
Funeral servirpes nill he rF-Id an inai that can be made on TolphanLEI 6313 Bdo. 20701
Wednesdav afternrnon qt 4 In Trie ,,r. 1% P iire can be made 'on Panma. i-
Bible Truth Churtrh Chromr Ei F' V( -.rich Tubeless tire. And,
N B ieausidi tires It is generally: e d e -
n aer ot rnalr a tubeless tire be.|r E t c 1. l p fie
IT te Costs ct.ust here is no tube to fuss ln Me. T.
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Your Worn Tires

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Phone 2-1221

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charges more for te diagnosis
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DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clin-
ic, 209 Central Avenue. beside
Capitolio Theater. Phone 2-3479

Feb. Il th. 12th, 13th
Sponsored by Hotel El Panama.
3 Full Days. Leave February I ith
at 7:30 a.m. return late Sunday
afternoon 13th. Fishing through
the Pearl Islands., ,siting with
primitive Choco Indians, spear-
ing crocodiles, lack light hunt-
ing, cruising up the Sambu river,
aboard El Panama's Pescadora.
Bring old clothes, comfortable
shoes and DON'T FORGET 'YOUR
CAMERA. For information, res-
ervation, phone Jungle Jim,
Hotel El Panama, Panama 3-

FOR SALE:-One Plymouth en-
gine., 2 clutches for G M 671,
1 2 to I reduction gear. Colon
FOR SALE.-Jesse French studio
piano. Good condition. Hni.e
6408 Los Rios. Phone 2-3722.

American Diver

In Bolivia Uncovers

Ruins Of Inca City

LA PAZ,. Bolivia, Feb. 7 (UP)-
An American professional diver
claimed today he had uncovered
the ruins of an Inca city, the Pe'-
ruvian civilization that goes back
two centuries before Christ.
William Mardori, a 28-year-old
Chicagoan, told the United Press
he had reached the ruins of
Chlopata during a 23-day period
of immersions in the southeast-
ern part of Lake Titicaca, be-
tween the Escoma Peninsula and
the Encantada Island.
According to Mardori, the ru-
ins show similarity with the Tia-
huanaco features that are com-
mon in the southern part of Lake
Titlacaca and surrounding areas.
He said his exploratory activi-
ties were difficult on acount.f
the nod tHat the Nscoma .lr"-
pours Into the lake at this time
of the year. The ruins are sub-
merg"d 33 yards In the Titicaca.
the highest lake in the world
that lies between Peru and Bo-
livia. said Mardori,
Mardori added he has picked
a number of fragments of pots,
vases and other instrument; t'-e
Inca Indians used but he did not
find any golden object%. The
American diver annougeel he
intends to resume hi divhis In
July' and that he expects to
reach other ruins nearer to the
mouth, of the Escomba River.

(Coed Fdightened

Bul Uudrt As Fire

Deosyvs Dormitory
(UPi Fire destroyed the
three-story brick dormitory of
little Flaflin College for Negroes
early today sending 164 scream-
ing, frightened coeds into freez-
ingr rain in their pightelothes.
None of the girls was believed
hurt in fleeing the blazing stric-
ture at 4:30 a.m. but university
officials said several suffered
from hysteria and firemen said
the girls appeared badly fright-
ened. All the Occupants of the
dormitory were accounted for.
"I never heard such screaming
in my life," said one of the fire-
men who arrived to find the
dormitory already swept by fire
and the women all safe. The
girls lost all their belongings.
Officials of the Methodist col-

lege. with 700 students, denied
there was any panic as the girls
flocked down stairways and fire
escapes in the dense smoke but
some of the coeds had to be -e-
minded to grab house coats.
"Don't come down naked,
girls," Mrs. M. E. Wood, an as-
sistant matron shouted as some
of the coeds appeared too scan-
tily clad.
The girls. wearing soaking wet


Phillps. OcM nslde cottage s,. .
Santo Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Crusto-
bal 3-1673..
Gromllch'r Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboo
past Santo Clara. Low rates.-
Phone Balboa 1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottag-e-rockgas, refrigeration.
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, living, garden,
garage, refrigerator. 18th St. No.
8. San Francisco de Ia Coleta.

ATTmNTIO4 6.1.! .Just built
modern furnished apartments, ,1
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386.
FOR RENT: 2 apartments liv-
ing-dining room, 2 bedrooms,
kitchen, bathroom. 2 apartments.
living-dining room, I bedroom.
kitchen, bathroom. Spacious lo-
cale. suitable for office, ware-
house or agencies. "B" Avenue
& 7th Street, city. Tel. 2-1701.

FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment: 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, porch. 2 bathrooms.
48th Street No. 27, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:-One bedroom a-
partment, dining room, kitchen.
East 29th St. No. 9.
FOR RENT:---GI inspected fur-
nished apartment with kitchen,
refrigerator, opposite Ancon P.O.
No. 17-18, 4th of July Ave.
Telehpone 2-5133.

FO RRENT: 2 bedroom -OF
.'tupafWt ble aEllitme fb
" besPreA i tiul district. Ca-.2
I1661 durrh business hours.

FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bed-
rooms, living-dining room. kitch-
en. bathroom. 13th Street No.
16, Via Porros.

FOR RENT--Beautiful modern
furnished 2 bedroom apartment.
Peru Ave. 58

FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-
nished large room. kitchen. Be-
lia Vista, Mxico Ave. 69, near
43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room to
gentleman of good habits, re-
sponsible family home. Tele-
phone 3-3658.


WANTED:--Gas hot water heat-
er. Call 3-6496 or 03-0010.
WANTED:-Lovers of children,
horses and fun. Plenty of of& at
the Pacific Saddle Club. Coll
Mr. Hebert. Balboa 2555.

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

eloen A. Sherwood,
Stuart L. Sherwood.

nomic pattern of the U.S.
We also noted that coqtoan
stocks, while by t no=* ehap,
are selling around 14 tlmes cur-
rent earnings In contrast to. X
times earnings at the height. et
previous bull markets. Stock to.
day yield about 4a per eent a
good 1% per cent more than hLi
grade bonds. They have upon .c-
casion in the past yielded -ah
per cent less.
From the foregoing, one ean see
that speculation has net-as ye t
reached the dangerotm extremes
of previous bull markets. In 953,
the turnover of shares listed on
the New York Stock Exchange
was under 12A per cent. Fow 1,4,
it was 18 per cent. In 192, it
exceeded 132 per cent. In other
words, we now have more of an in.
vestors' market, with people buy.
ing shares for the long pull rath-
er than a quick profit.
During the eight year period
from 1921, stock prices advanced
almost steadily. The present ad.
vance, dating from 1946, ia entering
its ninth year. From this, one
might infer that the end of the bull
market is not too far off... It Is
the opinion of the writer of this
column, however, that the cold 1 d
war and the important.lhterjection
of the hot war in Korea may well
prove to have had the effect of
prolonging the upward price trend
in common stocks.
Reverting to Shaw, he points out
that prime Interest. rates, which
over the years have 'Suetuated
roughly between 2 and 5 per cent
are now between 2 and 3 per cent.
He believes that they are more
likely to advance to the 3 er 4per
cent range during the next year or
two than to go lower. He further
indicated that a 30 year 3 per
cent bond bought today at 100
theoretically should sell at 91 if
interest rates rise to 3% o per cent,
and at 83 if they should -o to 4
per cent, .
Common stock prices, of course.
are affected by money rates, but
they should prove less vulnerable
than bonds-to a rise in interest

liiN Pidi On FBI

'Mun Wated' Lst

A Chicago bandit with a pen-
chant for large autumobiles, girlie
shows and expensive cocktais was
added today to the FBI's list of
"10 most wanted fugitives."
The fugitive, Palmer Julius
Morset, 49, is wanted for flight to
avoid proseputlon for armed rob-
He replaced George Lester Be-
low on the FBI's top priority list.
Below, charged with flight to av.
old prosec-tion for assault and
interstate transportation of stolen
goods, was caught Jan, 24 at Cham-
paign, 1
FBI described Morset as a
restless, nervous, gun carry ing
criminal with a police record dat-
in batk 30 years.
e began his career in the Mid.
west as a horse thief and was sen-
tenced to one to two years in the
mep's state reformatory at Lin-
coln, Neb., for stealing horses on
Nov. 39, 1922.
After. serving thif sentence, Mor.
set turned to armed robbery and
on Nov. 9,.10, he was sentenced
to a term of oe year to life at
the Illteois Slate Prison at JoUet.
He was paroled in- May 18.
Ted years ter, in March19
Monrset and an accomplice held
up a Chicago Finan company.
IftowW aptu"W.wheno th
ear he Was chm etashe d into

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Reserve Officers .Propse

Million Minute Men Army
- -
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UP) day on military manpower. So t ;
The Beserve Officer Asan. today members of Coagrni e r,
proposed '"eradh plan" to sped than lukewarm towardtl ,ts I
uP President Elsenhower's natiov- dent's reserve program, JBel~ h'
al. reserve program and set Up it at least a start teordr i .d:m3
Wttub a year a "hurricane foroe" Military Trainiong S. 'ZI I
of ai Minute Men. Rep. Victor Wickeghalah 1-
The Preident's program foresees Okla said a House :ar*en :'.
a "reedy" reserve force of 2,900,. ices subcommittee will .ht i
0m0 men and a 2-milaon-m a a lmgs within two or three
I'standby: reserve by 18U. Asa- the House verJion of th i ^l 1
elation officials aiad they felt this trathon program.
was "too long to wait"' especially The Fresldent'a proram w t-
In view of the tense international tacked today b the N
situation Council Against Consairtion, l as,
Their plan called for settAg up organzaUop whose offitr s
the mln.h-man combat-equipped elude Dr. Harry Emeron Foseick,
force by July 1. 1986. It would be New York clergymas; anar-Fthi'-
ugmented-by a support force" Francis -X N. MeGule, president,
of 500,00. Another "moblliaUon re. of Villanova. College.
serve" of 1-2 million men would
be avafable for active duty "on. It said in a 36-page bookletiat
ly upon congressiono"sdeclarathta "America will differ from Prus
of need." sa in name oaly" If Coatre ap.
Air Force, members of the u- proves the President'spla. 7t di
nits would be called up 30 minutes cared that "freedom/omal -till-.
after any attack; Army units tary servitude ist as mnub t.poit;
anywhere from 30 minutes to 30 of the American way of life. -
days; Coaqt Guardsmen within 10 freedom of speech and aelngin."
days; Marines in 15 days and the The council also opposed th
Navy 15 days. President's request for a four-T
The association's plan was .un. year extension of the drAft. t,
veiled at a news conference by called feA "a return to a volfuteer
Sen. Strom Thurmond (D S.C.), army of pre-Karean sel'" n.whicir
president of the organization -It eLvilians would be hired to do ad
was drawn up by a special corn- other supply work. .
mittee headed by Brig. Gen. Wen- The administration .pro gre't.
dell Westover, association chair calls for admitting about 100,10
man and approved by the assoela- youths annually to s special.corps
tion's national council, which would receive 'lx mogtha
The Senate Armed Services Com- baste- training and then ito
mittee will open hearings Tues. the ready reserves fop 4-ut .ree'
'- If enough youths din not v',li ,
U.C O.a the armed service eeuld t
Truck Drivers aeceseay number tw toe drsEr-
(Continued Irem Pag 1) Sem. Thurmood -and d-'.
bare fully. ial of tle- BOA d thir -
Meanwbie .. V. t W was -' aue ll. U -
most. .ofw Aar,. A-s-, ,-t

days.. They were told
who need assistance v
from the' veterans g
mittee, composed of.
gerenan of FEVA, Ant
ks of the VPW,-Mai
American Legion and
preentatUve, who wa
ea t t ,the meeting.
About 401e d aIll

rendered I years or aolRe
a"ere on the CMial ne,. .I
It was poit"a out t 4a c&eh
of the truek drivers. hd more
that 15 year.Wof eantlnuedimwrv
Ice here.
Is -stIseaa tikt t tfrae-AWS'^ -
emanm were "being involved In
a very serious situation," one
member said the same thing may
hlapen to civilian emniloyes of
the Armed ervices In such
sectlbns as ordnance, signal,
corps, etc., and that noew wa
the time to act to preve. it-
Anoter veteran pleaded with
the gatherfg not to "sit bak
and feel you are eternmll Mfe.
Nm of -us are," he aMded.

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Baha ls of the Canal Zone will open discussion and questions j" h
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classes at the. Wir Memorial, r
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a Station, tonight at 8. Include the Immortality of the .
as soul, the reality of man, the on-, -AN,
d. The classes will be Informal eneas of religion, progressive re- ()- jAia ucB tpd
W with speakers giving abshort di-; vlato, world peace through year-told Ms a.n ulS pt
courses on the subject for the world faith, the anenen of hu-.er todayof I eatia e a.
evening as presented from the' manity, the spiritual solution of operator to death wl a
I Baha', writings, followed by the economic problem, the lqual- cue whilp*.e w4rMs
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.e five or more a day "one to five a ttribue of love. t purpose of pra. His wIts wept whe
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wall be asked similp quesua. tlion of prejudtees of all kinds. I Oborne
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The Tokyo Giants baseball' champion. Parris. 3b 3 0 1 1 3
champions of Japan flew in Tminellt, If 4 0 0 0 1
to Tocumen last night 22 strongly President Ricardo Arias will| Tuminelli,o f 4 0 1
to begin their three-game series' make his first appearance at the E. Osoro, lb 3 0 10 35 0
against Panama Pro League, Stadium since becoming Chief aobos, c 2 0 0 3 1
taes tonight at with a match Executive, and will throw out the Bernard, 2b 3 1 1 3 4
against the champion CV Yan- first ball. Hughes, p 3 0 1 0 1
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at 7, All passes issued during the Totals 28 5 9 21 13
i Pro League season will be void.
The Giants. who have played Carlos Delvalle. who Is in Score by Innings
well against all-star major' charge of all arrangements
leaguers and the New York concerning the visit of the Smokers 001 001 3-5 9 1
Giants In their native land. are Japanese. said this morning Yankees 100 000 0-1 9 1
= ql tour of the Americas. Pan-1 that because of printing dif- Summary. Runs batted in:
ama is their first stop. ficulties, no 52 and 51 pack- Dickens, Huahes, Parris. Prescott
mtde up for in natural speed. ae prie ries tickets for ad- k. Earned runs: Smokers 4. Ya n-
They are experts of the bunt mission to all the games are kees 1. Left on bases: Yankees 7.
and, the hit and run. and are available. Two base hts: Dickens Hugesott
Wilhelm. P. Osorio, Parris. Falls.
.--- Stolen base: Prescott. Hit by
f pitch: Hughes (Phillps). Wild
pitches: Ludtke. Struck out: by
Hughes 2: by Ludtke 3. .Bases on
Balls: off Hughes 3, off Ludike 4.
Errors: Yankees I (Dickens),
Smokers 1 (Parris). L o s I n g
pitcher: Hughes (5-1). Double-
Splays: Austin. Bernard, E. Oso-
*rio; Hardin, Graffil, Marolewskl;-
Bernard, Austin, E. Osorio (2)3
Parris, Bernard, Tlmpires: B.
'Williams, Parchment, Thorton.
Time of game: 1:53.

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Sp. Troops 8, Fort Kobbe 1.
Sp. Troops 12, Coco Solo 4
Fort Clayton 5. Army Atlantic 3
Ft. Kobbe at Albrook-ppd., rain.

catcher of the visiting Yomiuri Giants of Tokyo. gets set to Ft. Kobbe at C. Solo (2:30 p.m.o
gick off a base-runner. Hirota, who hit .262 in the Japanese A. Atlantic at Albrook AFB (2:30)
pro League last season, is reputedly a good handler of pitchers Sp Troons vs. Fort Clayton
and 'fine clutch hitter. He will be seen in action tonight it (7:30 at Clayton Fleldi.
the 'anama Olympic Stadium when the Giants play the Pan-
ama.Pro League Champion C. V. Yankees. Soeclal Troops kept marehitM
Along in the Panama Area
Takehiko Bessho, the Giants' Single tickets for the covered' Armed baseball league over the
B-game winner last season, stind will be $1 2nd bleacher weekend and the top-standing
.4 oppose Ernle Lawrence tickets will go for 50 cents for' Troopers had walked away with
t-. Bill Harrs (9-2) bhad each game. a three and one-halfg ame mar-
named to start but is re- As was previously announced egin over second-nlace Albrom
_ttinD from an attack of box seats cost $5 for the series. Air Force Base when the dhit
d poisoning. The Stadium's box office win- c'-re..
Tbt Giants, who are small of dows will be open from 4 o'clock Paced bv aces Gall Miller and
gatmire. are not famous for long, this afternoon. Fans will be al- Joe M1evers. the Troops thumped
blml hitting. But what they lack loned to enter the stadium from: Fort Kobbe. 8-1, Saturday night,

*t ae ana power is aueuately. !-, tiLme. and clouted coco Solo, 12-4 Sun-
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setback by Fort Claytnn Satur-
Wdown Week' IIn College rlv nd a postponed contest
Other games had Army Atlan-
Fea|tures Ttic tlppina Coca Solo. 6-5 in 10
th l0inninps Saturdav and Clayton
etball features op. 5s roin theA's,5-, sunday.
S Kobbe, attemptima to wrest
Second place from Albrook, was
S-1 YORK, Feb. 7 (UP) contenders are due in these con-' i front of the Flyers, 2-0, in the
oe call this "showdown ferences: fifth inning Sunday when the
in college basketball, be Ivy Pennsylvania (6-11,1 contest was halted by showers.
'tt features meetings be-, which seized the lead by beating;
the leading title conten- Cornell Saturday, 84-76. tackles'
no less than eight major second-place Columbia C5-11 to-
j ences. morrow. Each also has a game
IJ only about a full month scheduled this week against'
f y left in the regular sea- Dartmouth.
week's action could go Big Seven Colorado (5-0
g way toward deciding the: risky undisputed possession of
in the Ivy. Big Seven,' the !ead tonight against Nebras-
S rn, Pacific Coast, Rock Irka, then collides with second-
tain Southwest, Border. place Missouri ts-I the title
skyline Leagues. favorite, on Saturday.
t's more. the leaders In Southern three teams have
I other major loop are fac'- lost only one game each, with
es- that jeopardize their different win totals: Richmond.
on first place. 18 wins,. West Virginia 161, and
de important schedule Eel- George Washington 14'. the title
- a weekend that was ply- favorite if there is one In this,
S ty lose to te efwm tight race. Richmond. after
with the surprises few meeting weak V.M.I., Wednesday,
far between. Keataf y, collides with George Washing-,
Mation's No. 1 team, walP ton in a key game on Friday.
Miasisslp i, Si-t sad Pacifle Cmeot Southern
Praueiseo. the tems that Division: UCIA as" Stanford
s exceed to mhe Ne. 1 iare tied for the lead at 5-1
this week, ermbed t. after wlanlan a pair of games
(Calls.), -4, to set ,* 1 eb this waskeud. Tey meet
r, 4 In bi two-game merle n Mn
notable trtumphs wee UCLA's coart, FrJay nd Sat-
inh hIgh-r a n ke d rdear.
;" a. S, La St W,-- Rocky Mountain pacemak-'
aoft' Carolinra .-a IBag Idaho State 47-01 and sec-
Jifles and Niagam ~-rg4d-place Colorado Western (3-
Mt me of the 1) meet in a two-ga series;
Mt,, rB ,mea, a ~ mfght and tomorrow.
cm y Holy CteM.- M aothwest Texas Christian!
tlfmal invitation I.tM1-1 and Southern. Methodist
champion, that l 44421 clash Wednesday on SMU's'
by two first-swIngT court.
i Border West Texas (7-11
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date because, as chairman of the four runt, hung aon o enough on bha : Ocelet 5, 'MesM
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l siding opportunities that May the 1956 Pr- This shows, he said "that ef- trative provisions." a n bass n --. -
York Giant club own er Horace al elections, fective opportunities for service "The greater the uior i congress a bill intro-.. . ..
n tr In a letter to the 48 governors, people Lto vote overseas by State tate voting laws," Mr. El ow ep. r M. Lecompt

.. VATICAN CITY, Feb. 7. .UP, the President asked State legisla- absentee ballot depends on close e wrote, "the more effective. Is ( tos sist service person- Pqftl "" '":'A'
H Crippled, half-blind 1956 tures o act promptly this year o working cooperation between the te opportunity of overseas erv. rseas
W writer Flayedaybe WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UP -000000 servicemen overseas who armed services and the vele to ast ballots which
Presidenemporary writer to be ticked It isenh basic to ouwer appealed will be of voting ageIstates and, especially on tere vome in time to be J
Steamy .. d reedom andtes today t o enact uniform Preent noted president noted that some bein n alsoiforprovisions

'v Re-stating the ao importance which Americans at- reenmoendatrons ior
e that punishment in hell Is h to the rights of individual o 7- sd the n t aws as t vting qs to

.lo. ..n 19 | r E w e dividals rgl-.d .dbot.so j n oaer s u a t
ently portrayiu seas serviemen of "effe their c country in the arm. 1944 wartime elections ot brto Ol murder. r to t a
n g opportunity exeres in the 1956 Pres- This shows he said tl that of U trative previsions.Abasisinspeedk
4 Iden toal elections. festive opportunity the ov tAes for service "The greater the uniformity Ingress a bill in t e- -

N s s In a letter to the 48 govelrnors, people to vote overseas by St." ia ro state voting laws," Mr.lenond enacw-ed byp.KarlM. cte

bea us eg_ _otanuhr Dring World War II, the Pres- retenlegilv session of
arTeIn T. the Presideno t asked Staote legis- absentee ballot depends on closer wrote, "the more effect tI to ist e ie person-eR
e d hance .bfetures to act promtly this year to working cooperation between thethe opportunity of overseas sV-t b is e
,Giovanni papini who claims Godfurther -this basic Amec i. a n .

ill eventually wtehr forgiveo the devil, cause." bt t o mniteasobilois o aesy oe -n iin
haowd lugl.rr1 B& "tTex -e

yesterday i th be am e the first con- wa thevoicr laomri th.ear1.- yt"e resident w ote d Itaa Grs iSI
bt name by Pope Pas o XII. ere o the param of uth ,r e al o tt

,:, "It Davolo" ThD)thahe sd crIter etlshed in World he ct a pBem -et
e han are IoPnden on red- itpr tani eeris .e V fh le v" t e e n
e-stating the Catholic doc- importance ewchA veriea n at-
l oine that punishment inhell is ptach to the rights of individual o- (emendatlons tr ;L 4
V- ath e -ourp e ssaid thinsap ubli f $12,300sest government the l tsaa l y int eke d oepab t o nS ia .l &* :-f J. .fl-f
me e l to Cas tholic Jurists: to vot should be give n n a fair.a l d a1

wrt"ha neu ouft an rathur e Wo rd Wa r i- Ite reis-d l.'
rn because of a recently h pub- Mr. Eisenthower wron te. adopt .L widthebe d ape the.0.i1t.

neeoeafr omtly stbe. a1ty co -eda14t:. ditha mtsaha ntegS
o vallecchi l s 954 in eIn the easerofItheibarlstw e of an Po r oere l. .S cite, o1nthe ntriee todan' o-e" Iii- am-e' .-

O .FORaGEln eachinpe gan t oFe ser7reme "pratiaA pos b -.. e. t o an t, yu Stwho rhy e.r w.then "
ia Utea Grelhok a serving their1n e w t in .theu ler who ar ay- osite r a mre
rtanding of rm athe olic o oe thePolic e d f o assurances n of this ,aou co u yal e ri e t ba t swua t
nd are founded n b oprem- opportunity to exercise the free- outvcte i een u. ..d

arned i er cavoo" her f tals t e or right of suffrage should he We flle dr to~
Ws iVa can so t aoli tois r ucon ae nde o ver moment T' a. tr h to

t1'ile. last night breptorthed aJ netrg income PAIS Feb. 'UP) -" Antoine after belag asked t*"/ e sted thehIt Aneoath CarII
o 3hIsty .undesod"'pc ialobligation of thte Ste recommended uniform r@Ufto veon a rd st3h e:

V1ah canste1ces was t il b rend F'. po ernetp. ot Idt i i ntroducedt andenacted al l Carnllfta w Ut hr

ek 4t, said today he iceew is theefirstltime Pius
T odsingled out an autho Ind W legislative sessions of 0bd wh 4 d a

s n _t or Dur ing WorldoWar 11, the Pres-o t hrlo, . T oes.Wodi npy u
reign although his prae- ed uniform provisi ons fto absentee a
iL hcessor DPilus XI hadd one o rbotin tsie n m a otrie Iae- W-, by your State legislature, 10di y aa
he 74aro leda t o se v a "practical rpossibilr tt anle Bottketn tre lhetionsi

d 00 m00 ". g lsl ye emn ot he oo aothere may be neither the time ed tdo beu- le" .E l

'M-ON wORG7. woncr i pe tgea nt bf Cnorhe occasions for your Stat e happy.affair With fre h I
,i acclaim from the Catholic Nowth however, the PresidentM tur to2actbeffectvlyiinns. e le -abe"qu ua, d. Atm1, i'2_ig-.

l o! a ea I-n
ev erid with his bestmseling."Life said, the voting lw oftr.qar. -A.w l e woefrnel dt
'4f Christ" 35 yet ur chag, ca i l ters eof he States fail shorto f tdo cent w
I' li Davolo" (The Devil) t a the criteria established in World whelse wol ,e o.
e and the at God will even- to assure effective overseas vot-W.00. te cy -
ency. adhvised to r ly lndb sueaforllrin70provisions
mk sHihiseplearertolpr a lo absrenteebmo

Dhevi btwa e vi leatsehes w o"the sting hby se i Kint omatio Ple- in
wrete .ed a all creaturestlectione l obut ond ou*Steaid oInc
therefore baicallY the most e Ielecti ons. ALL ALONE -- Fremciremierraie=t eldte r".
S nictn of the final s- time of I elections there sebly In Paris. The Prem irtly fte l from
iiAofthe Devil I in ctntra willbe between W06,009and IePower on losingha crucial confld a ow. ore I 'a*i. dAASY bLv 0 Murder

p Catholcs, rios autadetically/ .'.P .. I Jl M. ya thefro m -
ainned nd heresy In the early The roaofrrsXntern tAon ld Bn adwoship. m. re ,- he me." .
Church authorities early l a ostoIn ertione lBankeoenkg t M4b

.Willre of othe church. na t ional .. d.ot rse fiamer asio dlne g p lepa l aup le-
ya r advised _Catholic booksellerse._a.eneen ie Ndnp.
f take Papini's latest wo rkorti $ouessame peid n e's 19M.a who
Tetheiricmshelves. w 0Earned 2 ad Mthe rie t, ld rodlayh-e o md9' eadeefs, D G A
T-.he Vatica d. .oqCity newspapers
rv alsservatoreeRomano frsaid had.2 stsed Ja. 51r.t. .urdw" oL, bloote. eso.:e
oyear that h7 CDiavolo,"ewhile Inelas tSixMonth "e.h
t nteput on the index of forbid- m_ 2Mists nlft Ift4We-lap pe wab'f.
-ji books, is automatically WASHINGTON. Feb. 7 (UP) -_aP hare rmGma-retIn :4 . . .. .-.
S banned under canon law because The Internationalh ank of Re- =,ted.wn .' o d ruPa p ft3ko34
contrary to Catholic do Te construction and Development Thewe.wstahwl th the torst had been. ocitiff
of $12,300,000 for the last six Poay, a _malltown busifesr Lfi-to -form a government, ac- crseship picked them up about
like. e dt said today he wetod oSe leader of ll-e own psu'ta
Musicians .a. ret erve against losses oilnd loans edment byThursdauesde*t .then.shortly.Af... ml& G losse- "We, bog -or -'g,11111lr s is
and.guarantees to109,100,000.. PWnyZ 3,areed least '.... "-r tew-e- ewesawMen.
Crashes:o`15 e are- the bank's special reserve to maldU.tBur. ut Wa.en theationi b011M. it bU..and.
$55,000,000. Ase..bly. voted him out. of of-' I.--too the,"i
CLIFTONlFORGE, Va.. Feb. 71l Pce tw0 4,. s before Chritbe itinU* d & about a ni.ho t b ),i hd-bO.. -. "
(O) -. A Greyhound bus carry-o Eight loans were made during 1952,- ".e laid s"I wo u-'t go t bc- .a-d andTwoWun.tp.
i 32 members of the St. Louis the p period totaling $4,440,000. before a i n -is .... ...u 'i '-oei.u" he added. s aka it e etar:: *W'
....ony orchestra on a con- WeeM'Uw owp."
ce' tur skidded on an icy Theybweet foAusteringei[m-, began his drive, foraf. three.al ritht, i
Thywn oAsra egl ow Nms'
serino 14 musicians and the bretght all loans signed by the Pierre Md. deo-France the rlck- an r I d5 :.*o when. storm
he s dd n ebank to $2,063,900,000. itnhno n o fM i ernFrom then on,
,Siothe iured musicns, was toppled from the premier-
we" members of the string se- The bank pa.l.out$128,900,000 ship Saturday. But It was con- trobelodathiatr as long ma w e
S ie oers played during the period bringing totsidaed almost certain the Na- the storm w
-. q he accident would force can- Prin""pal repayments of S5,300,- Pin&y's first bid for office so Itecent,'02
tion or postponement of the 000 were received. Principal no- could see who else would be of- down
art 1aifthe tour. payments now total $75, 0,000. frorh job. VO "iAftyws.. -r....a..-"-
.. .".io lis. of rte inuredmotly. .t r e1r Pran was all but _P-1n -4 ,' f" rst a" suM I& wa s as bra ve as w

... .....enage ent .o.iht.t.Sate. Ttlo od usad aam s h 'toi acc lam b..e

tObI( Ra Blroad Io It was expected hat the Pope -hve M to -
his bus skidded o s hy would be allowed to again hold store
WLt. which Idt. two provided there are no hunoreseen h.is-M ,
F7 lots. changes in the progress of hist o
Wrohestra was in the fl- bealthl."
wag of a three-wegek tour beg'
boe Included 19 'rfor'm- All audiences were cancelled t
m ftr to eia it o01e0mt- Afollowing the mt event illness th
e It wu due to tUni of the Pop. which brought him
Dials mat Tueday. 00* aear death two Menths.
.bc ho brole sa sasaw in The Rom Catholic spiritual
af haow, l ORe r, wht o wl be 79 on the s
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