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The Panama American
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 Material Information
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00649
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AC W. Feb. 8 (UP). Prmierteorgi Miolenkow of Russia resigned t:
ay w pM c admission of "uit" for mishandling Soviet affas. .
M riitNh. Bulg am*i, meantime frienof the tte Premier Josef Stl-
i I is successor.
S tio^ were unanimously approvedby the Supreme Soviet, the Rumssia :.
Sovi tfor ignmfe, rV.M. Moloto, the Su- t
prm S. b tty Bulganin assuued that U '
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Ste .I ,.erl .are p a rsuive and are lead tdat third
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MotW solid that ts United States nums "insane
noftiowt rectaoiming Communist countries for capital- J Un uta UNIn Nfl
m "in our time," Molotov soid, "battle is being joined - / :-
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Sary --hst ennatientaas of Staila'gpolicy In favo When word of o0tow t s.b -
Ss butter-to- of stepped-up cnsumer goods kov's resignation frt he
Mantle l Witch. producion and a nfrally "soft- this capital, the initial tcton
itsr t B. er" policy than talin had Im- of diplomatic experts, a. Con-
e Md the re pose, gresaional leaders was WInter-
Me-M nkov pori oo pret It as an ominous that
r Industry last week Mlenkov's dramatic and un- Ruaia would a&opt a tIugblr
Expected resignation came in a policy tIn world affairs.
teeth to the our minute morntg session of This appraisal was based on
fat both houses of the Supreme 8o- the almost-unlversal e ton
Viet. here that Nlkita un Iev
.ta k after uSe- Bulganln's election as his guc- secretary of the Conmmulat Par-'
T ea ecoro, which wk i M ant equal- ty, would succeed Malenkwv.
n assumed the highest 7l surprising to domato ob- The subsequent announcement
the a t Union amd svers, was approved within five of Bulganin's election brought
e w yonl return Rl minutes of the opening of the expressions of marked rlnef
-y of e ss bon y afternoon session. from authorities who are Intl
nd S cultural vel hrushehev, head of the Com- lately concerned with Soviet
munet Prty, who announced affair
.. -- that Bulganin would be the new ThySam ulis"I, l*
SMi ster remier, told the Supreme So-,his Army backg umdw as -
st raolia Will *onfwident -tt znther '"ftu"f E a o .&
str ta Wi governmental h e4 by Com- .type. .mii mr he bas b
r ade lt B7B wffin. "Political emdsear" t1*. 't4
W te House m e rethe development oft lavy genes whose W
INTO, Feb. 8 (UP) hnduitry and at the saAe time Kremin h been to 1 imA
n Prtme Minister .ob- light Wa4utry, food proadue- Communi rt ePul laerl
lisdes will visit here on and t ratgrlture to ende th e aae.

now in London for the Galloie were asedwithand that "the real leder or
et of Commonwealthh presm and diplomatic repr- leaders are standing In the back
dristers. He willsrive I Imustavei who attended the ground."
k March 5 and *0lo_ Ot- 3104 msIA In expoetatlen of Khruschev, who nominated
Wch 8, arriving Wash- e t by Mole- ulganin for premier, and for-
larch 13. e Policy. elan minister V. M. Molotov

beris lat fbIe wn
an improwenm t '
"I don't have any Central t-
telligence Agency any mc," '
former ChleitEecuttve said,
I can't comwnt further xc9
to say we all ought to eon
for pray for pae."
George P. tennan, lIaz .
U.S. ambassador to RussaI
today he was "not sUrpzs- wt
the resignation of Malenkovt -
Kennan refused toU L it -
further on the sudden wt
Soviet leaders on the
that he i been wrappeM UM
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events at the Institute at
vanced Study a Prt etonm
verity. .
But Intimate said .
frequently had voiced tSIISUIW
Ien that there never ng.1
remton to believe that MaleS
Ws an actual susesor to :A
"Sennan always was
ed at the constant atte
ast Malenkov in the top zl -'"
an associate said. "He ca
this a 'myth' created by V
western lss." .-
The aSate said m Iena
considered Nikita nrhumsmF
head of the CommumiPst iti,
the real Soviet lfaer S
Stalin. "
Congressional leaders -w :
guarded in their apprital et
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SoBe Undertaken By Official From US
Sla R. KraIMlB, executive ait program, library serv- alon; and Daniel Paoluccl, Pan-delphia, Pa. and has beaa t
Sthe ton t ance service, and school ama Canal training officer. ecutive secretary of tM,
educate of the Mid- plan Metmbers of the Cristobal High States Commison on aw
w A5?BSSSt 0 Col School committee are T. F. Hots, education since IM. S t a
ise.... I rlraybill will serve as chair- Princi of the Balboa High graduate of MIlersvle e ASt t S
jen= tMor- at fa local committee toBehoo;R.*P.HalaingpriBcipal normal School In
w a albo h School. of the Rainbow City Pa., and the Franki and
aat.m f the ,of this committee are School; Roger Hackett, 46 ofshall College in Pa. Re
CfStat lohnus, principal of La lthe Canal Zone Junior Co IlgeI his master's degree Ca mOW
boa lh school; Paul Beea Jeak s Lons, Canal Zone J lor I ba UniverIty, New Tfkl
f of Oristobal High CoBloe Instructor; iss NXlotse
r Hkett, dea of M e home economic teacher He has had extensive
bme3 Juntor i orIt at Balboa High School; John ing experience and prior
of 3Mtghel, prinepa assistant director of appointment as exeeuUtiv ag r
h:Snc5r ahy clEducatI on and Xeors- tary, he was principal of
PeEBill assistant duree# t- Branch; Robert MeoOl- Cheltenham High eboa*l na MM
Sa i education a id f visor of at ins Park, Pa. He ts a
rch; Mt1 0lT Sa High ot of the NatIonal UBcMtt
Steacherb of bhs seanor Barnhum, libario. Ca- sociation, the National 4
S a t .Cit. HIt W Zmone Library; Miss Mar- sA School1 Prtaipa .A
.. .. Whitme'an, -Ition and t.Dead-Ae
h.S Soo" d soctatiol.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Could Be Getting in Over His Head
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ThIS h OUR FORUM THE READERS OWN CaLUMN professional breast-beater extraor- n y ."b n
dinary and confessed short-order, a
I h'r V liar, Stood behind green covered h is -day;.
S H M A IL B X table at the other end of the roomut
from the whiskey. .,r
-Aside from the fact that the bot.
ties were White Label scotch and:-
The Mail Box is an open forum for reads of The Panama American. Four Roses rye rather than vodka.
Letter are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential the pathetic refugee from truth".," a t'-i1 "
':,. appeared to be the star witness'
Ifye contribute a letter don't be impatient if it deant pe eP'p, aSabese a
mos L de. Letters are published an the order received. where In a Moscow people's",
Plea try to keep the letters limited to one page length- court, instead of an author at a
* Identity of letter writers is held in stri cte confidence. press conference. "l Bm 'mie
This newspaper ume no responsibility a r stt emeets opinions press conference. w
aplaised i. letters from readers. The friends of the Soviet Union
o who arranged this public confes-1 latteA
B.H.S. vs. ALROOK sional did a job their Russian cot clm.te m e
f..". tverparts would have been proud p ox o. H aait to c "rot i ft I
To Irate Mother There was the official photograph- l
t One thing I il say for Irate Mother i that she is persistent: er stalking both the audience and n att in.ot U. .
Sbut that's all I will sa. he doesn seem to know what going the star. There were the officious
'coming and going of busy-busyt
The question is. does the Government spend billions to move little functionaries passing in and
the airstrip, or spend a few thousand to move Balboa High School. out f a back door, just as I've a f
In either event, rate Mother's children will be safe. seen in an East Berlin "VPEOPLE' e..,c iB
S Almost all of us have children and love them dearly. The COURT. 0 1* ..:
ronly difference s some parents have more sense than others. L. ...b. J e a
only 1 isirae Father There was the earlier moment 'fl; p aec"T J' e ed
brought through the back door, s F revelawom that Matusow reen t pirobe at-l t
S What's all this noise about removing Balboa High School? promptly at 2:10 p.m.. and thrown p e e -ob as t Bspea o
ne the Balboa Stadium and athl were and the dull. worn carpeting of b. and other talks be made amwasUI we in the Marines hv e o o-
SThey m ar en't NLebeteres, tn theh tacti a ns m c us g S
who may be absent, tardy and cheat in their school work. They ference room seemed to darken tiwir v fo m Whornsn in C gte m We
defend th ahei p t r in the l p Harvey Matusow beganit cou Iiss e tactin a o a them soo wase at ormave.
will pass. But the powers that be, with their feet on a desk will the menal torture chamber. WoAndR frosmaji e aow s 3D..
lot defend the athlet w program thll red i tohe ace.mi i are Matustemmtwe f wsshoh d cmee. to haus beas h tllto h a rtc- "a a:
S hey don't care for the recreation of the many They want I Even the sophisticated anti-Co m-s o e p l a arthyd M a twa d w Ofthat mL- io
lot s of money spent on the fw to n championshipsBalhluestwa trs tho h m to t M- fe e le p ii
otr ofonh y sp ont wtow' listen and to question-and per ". gate the pass.
Here we have a school of 850 pupils winning from schools haps even to bait---this admitted "-- o th re I an N edw hY.GO.-OUN
that have so few students it's a loke But Balboa High Schoo perJurer suddenly were overcome Ne YrkTess Th e Herk-l e .Clrr
must win. Some 44 gold footballs were awarded to the football'by mental nausea at the spectacle New York Times, The Herald Rep. Clair g of C a
te n.The te am hagold foo t bas n winners nf than hadlof something in human form say- Nte auorkdTime ,T oin h aeendhnly on ort 'mak e
ten The team had mo gold football winners onaegc it than ofg elpla gon is stae's pr catsatattacking Senator McCarthya about his cer a t
th e c o m b in e d o u p o sin g s c h o o ls m a n p o w e r o inu :hCO Ia siea w a s -d a b ou t im eaI nd w a n ted W h ite H o u s: 'e m e
r And Balboa High School an get seventy or eighty boys ourtnhorogram L* r n "M i
track and really run over the opposition who have few boys "I'm a guy who has lived with h s a a re t e- t
In the schools. Team spirit, say the powers that be. Fine thing a lo of Lies . I wanted to seet k
fOC morale. they say. my name in print... got a newer son par to be Commust?" eo gt, t d a
Quit the farce. Move Balboa High School. Move the stadium. religion .-. I found it was not"I'vet=0t1:111
Me e the m owersae f te ay. h'aneshe boys pla yasportsttack-acaehtrayytobre the wit i bd casi b sa o t and Fh Be ta rd oem .
It's pretty sad when athletics are played only for the win-ness world . I wanted to make ...Iwas able to obstahin oreotrs bowev-, it wasa d iin"
fin and the glory such inning bringslh a sch oolh a fast bucSk . I have nomt found r b ct te om t b ato o
Sschoolk any conspiracy ...vin the Communist WASHINGTON (-NEAil-Among thority power plants and the Ei- Sen. John L. McClellan (D.-Ark). from the Com t inmret o Egle lc sa
SFor te ro party... I disagree with Mr. the Eisenhower programs not fully isehower 100 billion road-building has a bill which would iie.a bet- Communist factia ae o
V____ ______subMalenkov but a ." explained m the President's budgetprograim. ter break to the o ls tates can Nespaper id o i s e ee s c
IDE GLANCES By Calbraith B the real drama was not in message, the item of federal aid for Only two states- Pennsylvania, and protect their s~t at aa to the 's and parly 'S It
D GLCS lb hthe paid-for groveling of the pro- school construction is left suspend.- and Georgia-now have such local Igated education. 'Thi .ha r was completew, aa of~ a wi a A.
fessional liar. It was in the smug ed highest in the air. school fnaneial authorities. Wis- the thr le et I ssue of the w a that I ws| lt ita he
satisfaction evident in the faces The President has promised a consin courts have ruled a school to education program. ompletel to use t. are
Sof the pro-Commies who had hand-special- message on the issue from authority unconstitutional there.. I If school aid bills re passed e- tie situao, says, "as a re.
Eed Matusow a few dollars to get Secretary Oveta Cuip Hobby's Dr- Pennsylvania has to und that fore the Snupreme Court hands WAEINGTON W A L suat of p s hqar ...
out front and debase himself.l partment of Health. Education and while its state school bonds might' down its final decision on segrega- -Se.el .aum, now
The real drama was in the will Welfare by mid-February. Th el tbe marketed at under 3 per cent tion, there may be no problem. Now that private companies have nr J m ao C rad, was
bingness of Sovieteers to exhibit President also has his White Houseinterest, local governments with But a rider on any aid to education been authorized to develop atomsio .b old e'
such self-torture because it serves Conference on Education comnng lower taxing authority and no fi- bill, prohibiting funds that maain- power, they are offepb ie atsc io o* i lt e a n..
the party line. 4up next November. He doesn't nancial reserves might have to pay tained segregated schools, would tractive salaries to ato experts ia her te r M
The real drama was in the cast want the one to cramp or cripple nearly 5 per cent certainly kill the program deader that theyare t' atueio the saxdp
'., of characters with whom the weird the other. Even if such school authority than a dodo best b out govvnetq.
,arvey now associated himself. Sit- In the meantime, several bills to plan as this was adopted now, with This in spite of the fact that the service. Joiul at. er '
I 'i back a springy couch was provide federal financial aid to an initial $25 million or $5 million U. S. schoolroom shortage is ap- Atomic Cmmy itee S ~g *
=- publicity director the states for school construction to get gopg, it could not a paoling. I -s5 atate aml federal ee~o j.
'. b{have bu ueess. 6ne o mhoolroom b.y ,fa owplt i .
There is some indicate f ie Ipiti t over the elays dy rvey.tlwedtm t L
((c '- aThere- Cs nothing about Mar- Congress may cut short earis encounter getting more sco of the school year in he 'af ".
II a ran's cool, crewcut head that, and write its own ticket on: this built faster, congressional advo- f852, the country would need =12,- u s
S showed the ravages of two ani a Isubject without waiting for a White cates of federal aid to education m0l more schoolrooms just to make Job et2itnma B.Aes.
b" I thalf years he had served in a fed-i House plan. have begun to take things into their up for schools not built during the tqilythe job Lhwa
Ieral pen for lying about his Comr- The problem the Eisenhower ad-. own hands, war. r the w~s.A.) "peake a-
munist affiliations. Last I heard ofministration is trying to solve isI Sen. Lister Hill (D.. Ala.) has Since then two million more aiiurp takes .a ) ie laoteem t
h,\ Marzani he was working for the' how to aid school construction with-. proposed a two-year, i$500 million youngsters have been added to the stittisioal .armnd Cappitol Plazaea
/ 'Workers Union-some of whose ing or the national debt. Thisb isn't states for school construction. The The. need now is 28,00u school. n frequufY acto aie b -y Duge a .. Am
N ** "members in Milwaukee would meet to be just a hatful of dollail hand- aid would be apportioned so that rooms, with no allowance for ova ep. Wright etsma o earr t .
j,4* underground to cheer Communist ed to the states for free. the largest amounts would go to crowding or obsoleacence., in- e-'a, "eoia1 wo -
S' tary victories over U.S. troops.states with the lowest income. U. S. Office o Educatin, mter d s ohowik -__c_
in Korea. Nelson A. RockeWller ornrw Theformula would involve the Dr. Samuel N. rownell, Is s- possible fir moa freh air sayst
Mr"i be a esa hndersearetary of DHEW and now, number of school children aged posed to be sitting on a nmem so the speaker, i "-"
Marzani ad been a suces a White House assistant, has head- five to 17 in each state, and the port, projecting the 151 survey the oratrleal hot air A O s on
fellow in our Office of Strategic ed most of the planning on this state's per capital income. Missia- to 160. It Is reported to indicate a the Hoase Boor..." ."
Services. He actually was one of project. One idea has been to cre- reopi might get $15 per pupil on need for 600,00 mor classrooms lhis appearance on a reeat
,. the men responsible for picking ate an "Educational Authority" to this basis. 'and New York might by that year. vl
SJapanese targets for the Joint insure bonds issued by state or get only $5. ieyComplete land, construction mad P. Rard s t
Chiefs of Staff when they were local authorities to finance school eupment cots are ow estimate harman of the
Planning the DooltUe raid. construction. Senators Trying Ives (R., N. Y.) at from $50,0oO to $35,401 for eOch Coloitier .. Mdv
Close by Marant was his fiend All sorts of objections have been and Hubert Humphrey (D., Minn.) new schoolroom. That would meaN a do*frhnw TlCIae
lawyer Nat Witt, now a graying raised to this. It would create newlwith Representatives Carroll an outlay $10 bion to $1 b good showing fer a omaty bqg, il
*: militant. Witt is the attorney who agencies overlapping State Boards Kearns (D., Pa. and Cleveland lion to take care of today eeds ut I've seen u do better wi a I w
submitted one of the affidavits in of Education and would be fought Bailey (D., W. Va.) sponsored a and $15 billion to $2 billea by aw of tobacco ia your jaw. p.
which Matusow told a federal court.by them. Also, it is too much like bill that would make flat federal ngSIi. yichart s w uote back: "No spitu rs talk on mety aewl)-lasM-
that he had lied in a caseinvolving the proposal to Issue bonds to fi- grants to states that matched theae Whether the states can flbane Jams In the ustaltnn ns
lmlddnt eswms. J,,i-j.. m W ere .-a an official of the pro-Communist nance new Tennessee Valley An-grants wit local funds. of this is d. e-Set Gtett. o lw i
'Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers.ha t of this hat he wiille to 'ewsme tis ve
Wouldn't let that old gossip think-she had a scoop onmel" t

prober's question which sought an, t
'Did you serve In the Commu.- 'm1 to
Wist Party with Alger Hiss?"
Witt would not answer on grounds I 'r__'_), .
that he might incriminate himself. "-__- _"..._: ..

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M uch to 1940 that Mr. Alger Hi was

on the same grounds. It was the, "

and Marzani with long records
Sof pro-Communhit activity. They

tie and white shirt. It went well

AGENCY "DICK- DEHUNGER Their prize spoke and demeaned
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'He hurt the anti-Communist n*ve-
and S AVESS 8 ON ment by tdmtegua all of it with ncMwNOw = A Chinese NationalIst
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AUTOMOBI.E INSURANCE may teach the nti-Com ists the
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New Cr fr Gtbha= w sme of their,
New Car Up to 30 ,0:=,p
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a scientist examines cancer cells which are magnified in color on a six-foot acre. A i*:
corpuscle, which is so small that 7500 can be placed on a pin head, can be enlarged o jkmt
to a five-inch diameter. The images will be 100 times brighter than were heretofore pmle V
convetional methods. Some of the ways the instrument will be used to aid meanctm.al
Determination of almost instantaneous blood -counts, rapid consultation between uaIa A*
tholofist, rapid diagnosis In case of epidemics, a new facility for teaching large Imedeoill
in cSrama.The iOjdarascope, pioneered by Columbia Broadcasting System lah almim a
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for almost two inches. The fl NeUalk is impossible for Perhaps yo think that it is now
is control, whether girdle or -n. the "average" figure, even though time to lead a trapn? u o. East
mn- one, should concentrate on hip fts average is larger than most wins the first U tick with the
control and smooUdng, ra tier pelets suspect. It's f matter of king or queen, cl t g e asee of
k than reducing the waistline. getting the underpinags ppropi- spades, and the eads the ten of
is For both these looks, plus a ate taorthe style. clubs. West can over-ruff you with
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a- WASHINGTON. Feb. 8 ( .d The Supreme Court agreed today matters relating to city or state tive. East w a trick with is
nd to deeed whether New York city huaines when queatioaned by -an ten of clubs, but the defenders
r- school tqaebersn may be fired for authorized body." could then get only two trump
refusing to teu a congressional New York state orts-held that tricks. When East led a spade,
do committee if there wdre.ever Com- a congressional commiee is such Coamel Skinner rrffaL and led a
' nnists. a body.Bt Slchwar argued that trump. No atter what the de-
e the .a.e.u f_ 4 ,headed by ra omer =de did arer could l nthe
H ar telow h, rmner profes- Fergasn (fR-Mich.), wa noet In- atn dl lea d a second oand of

et ahe to tL y c& ijah s wasttwntrump-
b, s lBlir qe. safest to-a2twemr thty.' w re* In Ithe duBr to take care of th
hCoIlta qs ts ilby. .athee Coa ists, we -ftied .two low diamonds in the Sduth
t erate Judisia subcommit te review by the high court to "y O hand.
m iena 3 d4 INL ealw in.New-York grounds heir appeal did wot pre-
1958. sent a proper federal quest Jo n.
d c mower tesKfid he was not They Include former pule-school
e when if he had o -.one. In other action today the court a
r- M .M' he exeied his riht not threw out the govenn set's Case
c to answer under t.e Fth a e- against a Norfolk, Va., potato im-
mant o the Cstutionu porter without rulteg n the valid,
L- cL ty dance joljed Ity of the 9I8 US.&Caadian o-
." u L j1ttoy ernaeet s- te sgaement whil hadbeen
o *any g rem ,t e Validated by a lower court .
The Justice Department 'sought wr
such -as: state aud federal elegla- 43.B in damages from Guy W w
tio and changes in the unoa co.- Capps, lae., on grounds the. firm |
situtlao m. violated the agreement by isport-i
FederalN Mobiliaties Dire tor ing Canadian potatoes for load in-
Arthur S., Fleming ppeaed be. stead of seed.
tat the -coue afr more than an The U.S. Circuit Coutt'of Ap-
haok euaainlng Me proposed man- peals In richmond, ruling it. fav-
poet programs. However, Meany or of Capps, said President Tru-
said thd ncl wadm at "esi man had io authority to makeI
K erbs AL9's stand as qeu program the agreement with Canada fromrn
to un f.fdaya. the Tariff Commission.
to Today the Supreme Court did; L
not reach this ISe. It voted un-! S ly u
I mm animously Se govL me nt failed,
.- It to prove It =10M any da.sgesl _

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aun undeclared war between New
..York and Hollywood oter jazz
styles-the biggest since the New
Orleans-Chicago scrap in the '20s.
Up until a few month: ago. the
'California corps waa inning, be-
cause the small Caliornia disker-
lea were the onl3 ones willing to
b.' gamble on new. unknown jazz ar.
tifts. They came up w~th stars like
Brubeck and Mulligan that ai '.
Lately. however. the Ea:t has ErroU Garner Dennis Day
been fighting bak Leading the GarnerDay
"--way has been Beililchem'4 n.,
"*.ast Coa Jazn .. erlie. ,lei'-ned he established, however, he's un-
*tounover fresh ,a-z talent aroune der contract to EmArcy.
.ated three stars-Bobby Scott, a smile and a husky voice, is one of
27-year-old pianit., linnic Burke those lucky people-his talent is a
and Joe Puma. Mo:e :,'e coming. complete gift. He's never studied.
With a Ja]zn ar ranging, eenl He didn't have lo.
the paratrooper-s mil be jiin)ir.". "f started to take lessons when
r ___[ was a kid." he says. "After the
A FEW FAST FACTS: MGM Re twelfth lesson, my teacher said 1
words, in '53. started Joni James 1to as doing wonderful. So she asked
stardom, and la" 3ear found Betty me to play the piece 1 learned in
Madigan. The% r being .on Rosa- m seventh lesson, and she put the
liad Paige for '55 . \ ith hae.- music up there. But I couldn't play
ball just around the hot stoe. King it-I couldn't remember it.
Record's Earl Bostic i; getting Turned out he'd been playing
Ready earl) -hell record a mambo romn memory, not notes. And the
version o' last season s almost-hit, promising piano pupil turned out
"Say, Hey., the Willie Mas song, to bp a dud-from the teacher's
. Elise Rhodes, of Mood Rec.: standpoolnt-because he couldn't
iords, doesr',r hive to worry about: read a note. But he could remem.
hit records-just inherited a lot of;ber anything he heard. And he still
Connecticut real estate . Dennis plass that wa.-he 11 hear a song
Day's given RCA an ultimatum- once., and know it.
give him some non Irish songs to It s strictly a gift And he gives
record, or else. Doesn't want to be it back to his delighted listeners.
DICK'S PICKS: George ("Cross
4 Errol Garner may be the craft- :Oer the Bridge i Weiss' new tune. I
f'rlest guy making records, at that. ,"How Important Can It Be" should
-The great jazz pianist sat down be a hit-done by Joni James
L and rattled off his record-making (MGM I, Sarah Vaughan (Mercury)
history, which amounts to one of and Lou Monte (iRCA). Other good
the slickest plans since the Trojan ones-- Like Ma-a-d" (Ginny Gib.
.Horse was put out to pasture. son. MGM i "*Softly, Softly" IJaye
S "I've made records for between P. Morgan, RCAi; "All of You"
33 and 35 companies." he said. (Sammy Davis. Jr.. Decca): '"Star.
Applying tested rules of mathema. dust" (Dick Hyman Trio, MGM ;
ties, that would mean he's made i"M. Heart's Delight" ( Eartha Kitt,
records for 34 companies. Roughly. RCA).
* "You see what would happen is Nice assortment of pop albums-
S th[s. I'd get a record date and I intimate songs by "Greta" (Kel-
m Make a record. Then they'd give ler) on Heritage: pleasant piano
0 Sm a piece of paper and say. by Dor o tI b y Donegan (Jubilee);
'Stgn here.' It'd be an exclusive new-fangled jazz "Collaboration"
ceptract. But I never had an eve with Shorty Rogers, Andre Previn
fort a contract. So I wouldn't sign. tRCA i.
'l'The some other company would I Toscanini conducts a trio of fine
come along and give me a record new RCA albums-Debussy's -"La
date. And go through the same Mer" and "Iberia;" Mendelssohn's
lgbit about a contract. Italian and Reformation symphon-
les; Act Two from Gluck's "Or-
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JACK BENNY (CBS-RAdio;: Im You r
took precautions agaiIst bs.i dI B LW
em, fAr. Fo Ite m -"u For--
mali I had a powerful ri1le;f hlW
malaria I had a huge supply of --.
quinine: and for the natives who Feel
shrink human heads. 1I had my n -F Dterng Ph i p
bead sanforized. Look Younger altering
"This did me good. You see what a aches cmued through ladWne
would happen is this. I'd be out on Thin la, make you bElio r fr Phi ip' If Is fIled with brAEM, .
four or five different labels at once. I Bu ing N Itchingt Ma. ge. Weon e ad he uses,
And each of these companies would Di i lU"ma ine.nntIMeu.mattnm, 3n1b, -or uI ld r1 he uuell
be pushing and promoting my rec.:- mho warpetite, .ler t. t. be- i M weld 1MM hib home like new..
ord. Instead of having one corn- se kidneyo. which should siter'. Id
pany pushing me. I *d have four or Il _toL throw o a.cids and polss now 'P. L Cimgti edl riMght glul
cr-eoing to Joints and musmn e Ces telt
five. People heard about me." help your kil eysm ito wtwe. I .el
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significant item like talent which e tithe urinary yrtema.-L
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O r. W. H. Gips
Wdeole rwas {lva hffweq%
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brewell said to Mrs. P. M. G Ae,
The i bPussespresidi_ at -at
more table were Mrs. T. E.Ji
lad, nd Mrs. '. J.rss
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Ms. W..O. Trotter.

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C~lb and the qu
Sgathe'r at the A Y e -
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A talk on the "Hista ofr Y ft
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Blan glad o de harLta proeisas r
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A painting, donated by Mnrs.P.
A WO- J .Ahson, will be given as

Ss H McD Al guests will be given mItas
She-ftare Panama hath .
M W. F. Robitson, chats
of bI tea, telephone Balboa l81
anNand Mrs. Cliffard Russell, tel
W x xM U '- 0pipi Balboa 2311, wI acept
The asmasder- ie of PWaamu to the United
it-a. hmer tgo a m_ iedle of Spain and F or Mrs. Madura
Condemns de Lsbae at ther be s Vsta IMe. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fldanque
and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fidaque
JE werejoint host. Saturday
The following guests were sot. a at a gat heri g homoriao- .
Sad diner In thflower e qFrederick Madure of New York
M a-garden: who is the house guest of her ale-
a but,., Dr. and Mrs. W. Alderton., Mr. ter and brother In law Mr. amd
e Iihp ia aid Mrs. J. A. Fraser;' :Mr. sad Mrs. Charles Kline e GAfHelghts.
f;es ;-as mustsalMrs. A. N. Asgd Mr, and Mrs J
4p1J'-.MadLean, UMr -m Mrs. J. It. ',h, Agalna is O ff
Alns t ,ICapb4l -Mr. and Mrs. J._ W. cadet X pm John Allgal. -

Mal I to Matlas--Hesande Mr. and Mrs. M. Greir, Mrs.
"tSS1a.Iie Gary Mrs. Bourne, visitor
from Yonkers, N.Y. ad M-s.
umsNdreM ave For El Salvador Jones.
Ne.fur W Sal- Gambnes Wame't SClub
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ish pianist, will be presented In
Concert at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center, an Mon-
day, at 8:15 p.m.
Mr. Oatsta, who has studied with
Jesf Lhevinne and Leopold W d.
#wsky, bath famous concert pia-
nists, is prseaoly to Vanuela an
ms seeat Latin America concert

The artist-a b prodigy at the
e of five, Is ken w to e on
Sthe mos exte e repertorie
of Sallus Aut for Oonv*tt preM
Mr. ";a'a =fam wl Inclukde
workI.'by uft Padre
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A cordial invithtlol is extended
to military personnel d their
aminles and be pbe, both of the
Canals Zone and the Republic
'f P tot 6 011ttLd.

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Arthur Logn,
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'Ai, .3.n RO NERT B. POWERS cut the cake alter their
nllIn the chapel at North Island Naval Station, San Diego,
CILff., on Dec. 31. After a brief .wedditp, tie. couple are at
home at 3330 McCandlesa Boulevard', Sa Diego. Mrs. Powers
it the former Mas Dorothy J. Rowley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
8i1uel H. Rowley of Gamboa. She was the first Canal Zone
gar. to join the Navy when post-war enldtatu ts were opened in
*ll, and received her honorable discharge -st month. Her
husba d ,a combat veteran now servl* with the Navy as a

MWRM. $. S. BETYOLD, wife of the Governor, used a pair of
orchId-decorated sclassors to cut the orchid ribbon when she
officially opened the annual exhibition of the Canal Zone Or-
chid Society. The exhibition was held in the music room of
the JWI-UXWO on La Boca Road. At the right, next to the rib-
bon. are Mr. and Mr. William J. Stevenson of Oamboa, chair-
man and co-chairman of the Society's exhibit committee. A/2c
0. Russo of the-Air Police at Albrook Air Porce Base is between
Mrs. Seybold and Stevenson.

Mushrooms nd cream

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Great-Grandma's Wisdom Fine;
Weae Tsday Al Right
Great-grandma's wisdom is fre-
quentl raised to the modernn
a is d pretty wMl.
Grat-grand: "A
woman's work is never done." To-
day's woman takes pride .'nt in
being a alave to her family but
In heg ta good enough manager
to have time to enjoy her family.
G. G. said: "Feed the brute."
The modern woman is beginning
to Iiar that the important thing
is to feed the brute a baland

BY MRS. pIaWrL LAWBZ1C 1 ..13 .
JUiST whe I made WSe ale that tOir Party
required my daMhter to tidy her to defy it ,ac ,
room before leaving for school, I the silence, plots or le
don't remember. It doesn't mat- used by any devlafmtaS I
ter. What matters Is that the rule der rigid Authority.
was made and persistently bro-
ken. Thus, unqualified n i
alienate us rceomt cies hsh
It was the spring of her second s t us
term In high Nsehol. I cane still dence, shutti u out
recall that Monday morn. and_ cia rcumstances wM--'
G. tlke abut stadin an.~ AlP~~ iEawwl i. nhu senft weAr pronhe. W- a-

G. G. talked about "standing t eppa-B dirder i n whc
over a hot stcve all day." The she left her room. That afternoon,
modern woman brags about get- I reminded her of the rule. Silence.
ting everything for a meal out of
the home freezer. The next morning, the disorder
G. was shocked when an old was more chaotic than before.
person refused to act his age and For a week, with mounting im-
summed up her attitude with, patience, I protested and my pro-
"There's no fool like an old fool." tests were received with the same
Today the most active woman in silence.
a family is likely to be the grand- M
mother On the following Monday as I
surveyed her unmade bed, the
Teday Any Gir Can Be 'Pretty litter of clothing and jammed
wastebasket, I thought, "This is
G. G. dismissed beauty lightly the end. Now I shall explode, for
with "Beauty is only skin dee .", what we have here Is.a tailspin
The modern woman teaches er into real defiance."
daughter that any girl can be pret- .. ... .
ty if she is smart enough to make SO, that afternoon, I duly de-
the most of the looks she was tonated. When my child came
born with. home from school, I said, "Go to
your room and tidy it. I will not
G. G. was sure that men were have its disgraceful condition one
just little boys grown up. The more day. You are growing up
quality of the modern woman is and ...."
based as musa on her acceptance
of men as her equal as upon their She sank down upon the nearest
acceptance of her as their equal. chair. "Oh, mother please stop,"
G. G. thought in terms of "cum- she wailed. "All my stage sets
pany best" and kept the best of for the Drama Club play have
everything, including the parlor,. had to be redesigned. Please don't
for use only when there was .com- fuss. I'm so tired of trying to
pany. The modern woman believes I please so many people at the
the best is none too good for hersate Lime .."
own family.-e
n family. I drew a deep breath. Then o-
There are probably many things opening the eyes I had closed, I
that the modern woman could said, "Will you kindly Inform me
learn from Great-grandmother. why you could not have explain-
But there is also plenty the mod- ed this last Monday? Why would
ern wcman could have taught G. you not utter your need for help
G. about enjoying life. with your room this week?"
bSe gave it to me straight. "Be-
cause you seemed to think your
A -rule was more important than I
am, that's why," she said.
be.d.am m4!U- a SINCE then, when rules have
euss.or amee-4n'tm srrste been made, I've said, "If yon
t m m r Mintero need a suspension of this rule,
lel. recently developed by p p."
uatoseu Amteori laboratory, works
hingeand blosi -kr-a y It's an economical thiOg to say.
SSowor ssoat'.u For the word "rule" convey 's
w'a L. Husal nturo dilv un e- inflexible demand. If we don't
sa.m thrc tf sgra w mU ta Paro- make it clear to children that our
motes free u brats mee oS
eM s yu nsoon oe l Qaleki rule can always accommodate '
Snlltmi rblf lj i^ toSD ",% I special circumstances, they will
W ae h -w better u-y-mar break it to accommodate them
InW h bWAI, themselves.

sena their problems. We lW
with their feelings and 0f
That is the price we f
subordinating their lvW
the importance of the ddM
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diateiv-Rartan dining room set,
con ole radio, chest drawers. E-
lectrc stove. Baby crib. Phone
Cuiundu 3286
FOR SALE. Dining room set,
console record Dlover. wardrobe.
Teleohone 3-3736 15th St. No.
I'. Son Franhcsco.
FOR SALE- Swed.sh dining-
room. set trunk sofa. Rattan cot-
fee toble. chests of drawers, floor
lamo rugs .droDes, rods. errtc.
Alberto Naaorro No. 6, El Can-
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dining able and choirs. Will sell
for $50 00. Leoing country.
House 2144-C. Curundu.
FOR SALE --Kelkinator. moist-
master, 60 cv 8 Cu tit, refr.-
gerator. Excellent condition. Coil
Ft Amodor 4]142.
FOR SALE -Westinghouse refri-
geralor good condition. Cheap
45.00. House 920, room 20, La

MUST SELL.-60 cy. Kelvinator
refrigerator $60 00. Hollywood*
style double bed with innerspring
mattress and Chenille spread
$35.G0. Vanisher dresser with
large mirror $20.00. Wardrobe
2'4"x48' x72 40 00 42 x42'
mahogany table with two chairs
$8.00 China closet T18 00.
Overstuffed sota and char both
for $35.00, 2 blue gloss top end
tables w itih table lamps $5.00
ea. Cotfee table $7.00. Book
stand $4 00. Call during duty
hours 87-7246. otter duty hours
Panama 3-2189

FOR SALE: Dodge Coronet,
perfect condition, duty paid. Bar-
gain. Telephone 2-1259, office
FOR SALE:-1948 Caqlllac, 4-
door Sedan. block, W-SLW-tires,
leather upholstery, radio. Bar-
gain. Telephone 6333. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth
Sedan. "Lambswool Cream" fin-
ish New rubber. Extras. 32.000
rriles $750 00. Private owner.
Garun 5-579.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Oldsmobile
Convertible. Rocket engine, per-
fecr condition, excellent rubber,
$650.00. Clayton 87-7223.

FOR SALE:-"49" Mercury Cony.
Bid. "90," Apr. "A" 2nd St.
Coco Solito. C.Z.
Priced for quick sole 1591 Ford
Convertible. New top, new paint,
rodio, W-S-W tires. Phone Cu-
rundu 3286.
FOR SALE-1948 Stude Land
Cruiser. Overdrive, excellent con-
dition, $400.00. Balboa 1251.
FOR SALE:-1954 Mercury Sun
Valley, power brakes, radio W-
-W. Agencies Cosmos, Auto Row
No. 29. Telephone 2-4721.
FOR SALE-Ford, 1951 Victoria
with Fordomatic drive. Phone
Navy 3166.
FOR SALE --1948 Austin Tudor.
good condition. $500.00. House
238-B, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Pontiac '51 Cota-
lina. Leather seat covers, radio,
W-S-W tires, car in excellent
condition. Telephone 2-2823.

Wanted to Buy FOR SALE--1950 Customline
Ford. Good tires, radio, new seat
WE BUY-Secod hd c; covers, good condition through-
WE BUY-Second hand crs; out, clean. J. T. Chapman,
cash Estacion Navorro, front Be- 2615A-Sago Ave. Cocoli, Phone
laV V.sra Theatre Phone 3-1618. 2-1771.
WANTED: To bus cheap trans- FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac Se-
portarLon. Calle Curundu 4164 dan. Excellent condition. Call
Inmorn'ngs 86-227 before 3:30. after 3.30
SALE FOR SALE: 1951 .Chevrolet
M Fordor, -perrfec condition. Wrice
B" maotomrs $1.000.00 cash. C. 0. Mason. S.
FOR SALE.-36' Wheeler, sport A .Tel. 2-4944.
shig boat and family cruiserFOR SALE
New Chrysler Crown Special. 125 FOR ALE
h.p Fully equipped. Asking
$5000 00. Home phone Curundu Real Estate
4295: office Clayton 4291.
FOR SALE--Magnificent lot. ex-
FOR SALE -60 HP Ford Engne cellent Iocation, Parque Lefevre.
Mchigan Marine. reverse gear Near Golf Heights. Bargain price.
,th couplings and propeller Telephone 6333 Balboa, 2-1701
haft for 19' boat. Total price Panama.
oall terns $40 00. Call Balboa,
2-1471, Apl. 712-C, El Prado. FOR SALE OR RENT:-5 hec-
F-- ------ tares form with fruit trees, river,
FOR SALE -Mercury Super-Ten light and water. Concrete house
Hurricane with standard and rac- for residence at 25 minutes from
ing lo*er units. $250.00. Phone the city. Apply at Cardoze &
Nqvy 3166. Lindo. Telephone 2-1544.


Feb. 11 th, 12th, 13th
Sponsored by Hotel El Panama.
3 Full Days. Leave February 1 1 th
at 7:30 a.m. return late Sunday
afternoon 13th. Fishing through
the Pearl lIsands, visiting 'With
primitive Choco Indians, spear-
ing crocodiles, lack light hunt-
ing, cruising up the Sqmbu river,
aboard El Panama's Pescadora.
Bring old clothes, comfortable
CAMERA. For information, res-
ervation. phone Jungle Jirnm,
Hotel El Panama, Panama 3-
1660. SALE

FOR SALE---One Plymouth en-
gine, 2 clutches for G.M. 671,
1 Y'z to 1 reduction gear. Colon
FOR SALE.-Jesoe French studio
piano, Good condition. House
6408 Los Rios. Phone 2-3722.
BARGAIN-3 Boxer puppies. 8
wks. old. Must sell before Sun-
day. Make your own offer. Call
3-2145 from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Sealed bids, for opening in pub-
lic, will be received until 10:30
A.M., February 15, 1955, in
the office of the Superintendent
of Storehouses Balboa, for weld-
ing machines, motorcycles, o.af-
fice safes, tractors, trailer, sedan,
cargo and fork lift trucks and
truck and Darts located at Sec.
tion "I" Balboa Storehouse, tele-
ph oan e 2-2720; Caterpillar
wagon, locomotives. welding ma-
chines, Chevrolet coupe, tractors
and cargo fork trucks located at
Cristobal Storehouse, telephone
3-1265. Invitation No. 147 may
be obtained from the above
sources, or from office of Super-
intendant of Storehouses, tele-
phone 2-1815.

LOST & FOUND-Hunting dog
on National Avenar, *wo- colr, *,
point of tail white. Telephone 3-
0140, Almacen Novey. Reward.


WANTED: Ballroom-dancing
instructress, for elderly person.
Telephone 806 Colon, from 6:00
P m. on.

Wanted Position
English stenographer with knowl-
edge of Spanish wishes full or
port time emp'- -nent. P. 0. Box
387. Ancon, C Z.

I Et T I 6 Debbie Reynolds, Women's Auxiliary

Sddie Fisher Will. To Hold Day-Log

SPlaza 5 de Myo o"= ne of la ar I.Sessio llrsday
a Written m and maled to ae of
a- a o isets dly or f HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 8 (UP) -I A service of Holy Communion
SA1_by hand to the effatlee. NUatiem. e IA n a bble Reynolds and at 8:30 a.m., will oen day-
m tngs met i be ascetew by te. singer Eddle Fisher will be mar-;lonf session Ofwi the Women'
M ICEone. ried in Southern California June Auxilary of the Epiopal mis-
S Thursday Morning Gr mp 17 on the anniversary of their lonary district of Panama tbe
m 'A s oir AM CA Mrs.Carde s. s eo kel wlll be date,according to the1held at the Cathedral of St.
CA sm D OURTE i hostess to the members of t re bride's parents. Luke, Anocon, on Thursdav in
mcs "b. s ..-ICU TT.h theursdhayI Mornin Group offthr c p. conJunction with the 35th an-
ni Colltege Club at her home in Los eobbie's parents, Mr. and Ma nual convocation of the district
---A. stood. Verdes, Las Cumbres, at 9 a.m. ltqmond Reynolds, announcedi Bishop R. Heber Gooden will
.platatf.day after tomorrow. Mrs. Dael the wedding date yesterday but be the celebrant. United Thank
S LPerwo agenda will be assistant hostess, aid no details had been work- Offering will be presented at
defendant. Th er o oed out yet on where the cere- thls service.
sumalons The guest speaker will be Mr .mony will be held.
C ai eoeetsFred De V. Sill who will talk on~ Miss Reynolds now is in New Lunch will be served at noon
Sv t Divocr. b"The Early Days of the Canal and York where she has been mak- followed by a business meeting
t ta n a dlethe Panama Railroad." Itg .personal appearances in con-which will convene at 1 n.m. At
auelfa t D I.nea Cion with her latest movie. 4 p.m., the Rev. Ra mo lT.Per
wCfil inZet das er .All members. of the parent club' "HIt The Deck." Fisher also Is nris, rector of ChristChurch
Sawillre to lb apr e most welcome. Anyone de. Ithe East, but is expected here Nashville, Tenn., and former
Syour ailre to so ars ring transportation, please call, a few weeks Dean of St. Luke's Cathedral
im by defaulnt fw the relief 1 ers. Harry W. Paine, Panama will address the group on the
ne loai na Gut 4972. Miss Reynolda' lster-inse -la~w1subjeet of worship.
the. UnHd states o streh -- Joyce, will be matron of honor Officers for the ensuing year
C-l. o United Stats istrit while Fisher's personal manager, will be InstalleO by BMisop Good-
S tary et Group Milton Blackstone, will be best en at a service to be YAM at
...... ..J.r Clerk. IaRec ta Torrow man. 4
C. CT!i resem, r clek.i Members of the Mary Bartlt 4:30.
In lrea. Chi Deputy Clr Circmle of the Gamboa Union Church Following the marriage, the ,
L. L serwoodmw ill meet tomorrow at 9:2 a.m. couple will spend two months in RKsar y IseiIce
mon punsunt toseord iofat the home of Mrs. Sawidras, Europe on a honeymoon.
F ,or Jo J. Pl_ al thue..
Wi~orable GuthrFe P. Crowe. 189-A.
Zme. february 2. 195S. and: F J.P
flied In hls anton in the Vesper (irek Meeting
Clerk of said United State e le ofte GarnIlke AtSk(UNTo
a. vs. boa Union Church will gather on 'S
c. 1. eIWrcmlek. Jr cl I Thur d at 7:30 p.m. at the hme For T B Tus
a Pes. Chief -DepaV ~'of Mrs. velt. r l1C [i Services have been annmouWed
I for John Prfll, wreman n the
S.. . electrical Division who died last
.Ike Entertains T hi. .ta er a. S l nO g

t Costs At. Stg tgDinner President.Rise Con- fr.m ,:30 to;g_. t
irress sedsy t o ay U 14x.- Dt oerK- chapel ed
S A WA8HINOTON. Feb. 8 (UP) 000 In federal r anld MlanMA will b held t ol'etok
Su st 40 %/i President Eisenhower last nlht guarantees to .I the states fl M ory nOr at at. Mnr
Ssntertanied a group of promJn- carrying eat a iChukh I IbMa .
ire. r- ent executives and governmentschool construct body be t o
iW- ,ces offlcals at a White oue stag the next three M-. W me S. whes.We L
--din__ I aw. Sor. W ,. Fapo-m nlteAnBBt t;
lif logI i In a special maw to con Oro li .
te guest lt 3 included Doald gress, be aid the dUpt5j emr a
h Won. Th .Crpeter. g0eral mlag1er; gently needed *aoft r ben ta ti M
Worn tes of the film department of I. children as-0 as 9 t: DivIMtenias tp. as
IDuPont de Nemoursa & Co., of the class room ty must bhavei ed h his u Mif l 'Mttid
m abrE Wilmington, Del.; S. Sloan Colt, .-
OR WA r, president of the Bankers Trust The President proved his hiembers a tse fmapr Mi
Co0. of New York; Crawford H. three-year bulldiog prowam as iatMd t .at sao i e
below "El Ra"heu"c Oreenewalt, president of Do- en "emenrtM aas. to re- -r icgts
*- .1~ Pont; John 8. Knight of Akron, Ueve a class raa sheftlge aS-
1 24M i oblo. editor of teB Ealght asws- aBated by lou idl *1)
?_ r A L~
4'. L~-

SSHRAImL furnished houm..
on b-eht Snta Clara, Tele-
phone TMo BOb 1772.
Phillie. OQceandc cottagea,..
Santa Clbh. Box 435, Balboa.
Phons Pon'a. l?-177, Crito.
hal M^3.'s-.

SsO Clara Beach
CWta"M. &&ad oveniWencesi
C4 rat41 Pho
6441 [

FOSTRR'$-DUMASES, one mile
+tt slp lo. Low rnes-

Wt Sta Clara Beach
Cbe::fngwe"W40S6 refrigerotlon,
M 4Phons Balboa 3050.


FOR Rft-..:-tnished chalet,
twov; bq, i living garden.
f, ,nrr tor. 1t ItkSt. No.
8Sam isntWqcle ICaleta.

FLOOtft- oTilce or other busi-
ness.-T Just Amsemeno Ave-
nue. F, lue.C.Ca.

FOR IWTf.'-Funished chalet, 3
bedroai i-,, bethmom, hot woter
instoai~lm In Lao :.Explcion.
Calle-rltQ fom t a.m. to 3
p.m9 .

ATMI ftTN&> ;.1 Just ba`tit
modem fruished apartments, 1.
2 bedroorn, hot, cold water. Tel.
Ponam er.3-4941.
FOR RENT--Furnished and un-
turnished 2 &' 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386,

FOR RENT: 2 apartments liv-
ing-dinrp room, 2 bedrooms.
kitchen, bathroom. 2 apartments,
living-dining room, I bedroom,
kitchen, bathroom. Spacious lo-
cale, suitable for office, ware-
house or agpncles. "B" Avenue
& 7t Street, city. Tel. 2-1701,:
-0 -

FOR RENT:--rnished: port-
ment: 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room, porch, 2 bo+hrpms. s
48th Street. No. 27, Bella Vita.
FOR RENT:--One bedroom a-
partment, dining room, kitchen.
East 29th St. No.s 9.

FO RRENT: 2 bedroom cool
paoctous, desirable apartment
best residential district. Call 2-
1661 during business hours.

LT. GOV. ,R"ON wvathes as Mo a
the NatIona !lC f a staff addremmis A-
scout leUdOMn at the Margarita Service Centerw.

Scout, News
I to- .e

U.S. Girl Scout Official Hd e
Thursday evening MWle nBa
Heath, comment t Kdipr on
the National Girl Semt' I tld
staff, addressed a .tMert .of
Girl Scout leaden and ecakm t-
tee members from bath aides of
the Isthmus at the M&ruplta
Service Center.
Miss Heath Ia the advioEr for
the second Oirl Scost region
consstin of Ne w Y Nw Jer-
sey. Cana Zone, Puerto Rlo and
the Virgin Islands.

The program chairman was
Mrs. Benjamin Brupfage o,
Margarita. She was td
Mrs. Victor TipO of Fort Davis.
The ladies did outstanding work
on the table decoratiOg .as well
.s the program In gensal.
In addition to the tak by WMEIs
Heath, the program included a
flag ceremony, led by Mrs. Mar-
garet Coate of Gatun. Al6, an
excellent turkey dinner was
served to the Girl Bcouters.
Mrs. Virtini Townsend, pres-
ident of the Canal Moe Qirl
Scout Council, Introduced Mss
Heath. Miss Heath emphaPised
the great Importance of lnreas-
ed community understdr o
he GlrL, Soout program; he a-
o discu'-sed the neet' Sr more
t 2 pers In the program- and for
much more training of both new
and old helpers. She mentioned
the requirement for -onstant
study on the part of g$rl stout
Miss Heath put great empha-
sis on the excellent opportuni-
ties for greatly increased outdoor
activities for the girl scouts of
the Canal Zone. She commented
on the wonderful opportkntles
for nature study and interesting
camping experiences that the
Canal Zone girl scoutshave. She
also told a number of humoru

". M Sue t e 6U t 1al Zone
,UK .-out council, pMenta-.
tives of the Internatlonal Girt
Bouts and of the Canal Zone.
Boy Scout Council were present.
The meeting was very well at-


FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bed- 9 e'
rooms, living-dining room, kitch- E di
en, bathroom. 13th Street No. capSa
16, Via Porros. have
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart- The
meant, living-dining room, two "cov
baths, maid's room, garage, laun- vel
dry facilities. 44th Street No. 32, iack
Apt. 4. Bella Vista. Tel. 3-0815. 49ers
FOR RENT-Bella Vista. cool fst t
modern 2 bedroom sea view a-
partment. Call 2-1227 or 3- .,bi,
FOR RENT:-Properly screened I:I
apartment. W. T. Lum, 4th of )n its
July Av., No. 61 The
-band C
FOR RENT:--Modern one bed- Force
room apartment with large din- bersI
ing room, porch, bathroom, throu
kitchen, dry closets newly paint- p.m.Ji
ed. located near Canal Zone. 1 st tMi
floor apartment. Rent $60.00. Eft s
Phone Panama 2-0027 or 3- C. H
0763. A..-.

FOR RENT--Furnished living
room, dining room, 2 bedrooms,
gas stove, refrigerator. Independ-
ent. 43rd Street No. 64, finaL
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-
ment, screened, Porros Avenue
56, $65.00. Call Tel. 2-2316 eor
3-0234-Key apartment 6.
FOR RENT:-Furnished epart-
ment suitable for two couples.
63 4th July Ave. See Jjitor or
Phone Hpk ins. Balboa 966. ,

FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-
nIshed lowge rioom, kitchen. Be-
It VIato, Mixico Ave. 69, near
4W d St. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT:-Furnished rooms
and apartments. Estudionte St.
NL '9. Tel. 2-1508.
FOB ENT:-Com y fur-
M" ri Bello Vist 2 bedrooms,

Rosemary C1ooney',s

Ssn-Migpe- M|n

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er corifg forward to their
Scoutlp pmperleace.
PFor the "coutera, it wil
their amtw council ei
the cube, t wlU behe
ptonkca. apd blue ad moid
ners; for e S.e isom
cam poree ald caaink a
Volcano; aI for e aeexn
their rendezvous, cruoes

rac Yut mSt b aeS'S

r nn enaid

and Scouts
Wi. Cofer as

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-- andf
oapmdes To Have
Matsae Cdegu 7b
am the time C'W.O. Overton teuj
his baton at 7 "i., Satur- M
venin until double taps r
at 9:30 p.m., spectators at- ja,
iR the 1955 Istfmin scout- and,
e at Balboa Stadium will
lived through several cen- MN,
y will land with Columbus; and-
ver the Pacific with Balboa: Dond
with Morgan's pirates too j,
Panama; suffer wi th te an
as they cross the Ithmu;
rail by rail and tie as the
ranscontinental railroad is
-flive wikb RoqleveK, '
mho g)mbrim theey4
ue and health prob-
and finally ride the AncoW m
First Lockagee.
venin wll art with an
concert by the U.& A E
band with additional num-
played titetmtiteWS
hout the prort At
idge OUthr* Crowe
* scoutli g part of'the eve
nderway by presmnUMtg
9. Pauses, council brSa.p
who uHll brinx the offIcIal
M. Rha guto the impfkt-

d thec of ll
. live trough a
Semis oatt. *hl
taen-fatm the dde tedk
ofCubs, fleouts and .Ei

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the fun of eub

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MOM"--- U ---
HOLLYWOOD (-NEA)- Exelu-'a frlend-"A #ertsn io
Spvey Yours: Marilyn Monroe can in the fra.i"
be the highest paid star in Las.
Vegas' hltory of fabulous salary. The Ward S arthout of t t
ler if her New York attorney flash- tro, Calif., who deignas Ithsent
as the green light for an April "in cro-midget racing cars, i
Sermon act at the New lrotier Gladys ewarthou 's aostis.
H o t e l . . .
A "You-name t'- and we'll. A HOLLYWOMOB WRIt-
y-it offer to Miss Wiggle Hips ry RhIftL isAti amse
s due to be made in Gotham by the calm, Egf.ish Approab th
the hotel's entertainment director, business.
Sammy Lewis. During a six-month tour of"
,rope, be was -,ftmn- *-n at
The bid cold be used by Mar., London office of the William
ly 's new career plotters as a le. ris Agency w, hi d L.
gal test ballot to determine her for the agency came in It
contract status at Fox studio, boss about a tmnperaJ etai
where she's muder suspensio.. gllsh film queen. .
S : His words would p blmpdp
Jess Barker's first acting job seis in Hollywoi, hut
since his last go-around in court explained: '
with Susan Hayward will be on a
forthcoming ecemb er Bide" tel- "She refusetto appear at
efilm. . .Debe Reynolds is for rehearsals. Shes adamat
cutting down on Eddie iaber's remonstrated with her bat
nights Out with the boys-five ently she does got consider
months before wedding boll time: under cnact to. us." .
The Bri"?td' efisid9
Mona Freemas's Lail remem. yawned his reply:
bered ma Hollywood's TV alley as' "In that eve9 convince er
the girl who turned down "My der e -tra-or. aser hi
Seam Little Marge." th she's Met.s hur ta o
1 aM a n.r *8 "Nut ya p t oino t .r laO," she offie. Trm lea if ge tS
.. -- - told me,"I d d '. t regret.t .L '
t. via .th -i-f.et a. l.her salutation, so she might ROCK U ON MUST be wa. that unauthonrileh
cane c)rap y u te a.i nd. m ate s you and say., "It's 3ouing up or-"MedLc."- He was a Greta Garbo is l itbar
c) --irop Yu. X ~t- tea .,.joodof you to come," or "I7m'braun surgeon in '"Magn .cmna Ob- brother-i-law .. Thsre's a
ling the. -,Osj d ufollw:the l t ideliuhted to meet vou. sessionn" and now he's playing a re-write on at"'-s towfl "th
03e busiest ,ow' 4Ma. I log eatoritdIr AS a result, you'll hear your- tree surgeon in "All That fean Walter Raligt" c
5, but this Ithelnsit o the mainsee tIe ot elf or. oters exclaim., "HoWAllows." ceptable toBette Davis.
residents the I weet she Is," or "He reallylook- Coeaed Nagel, by the way, re-j
t they ap- On the way I ia space housed me In the eye," or "Dld you turn to the aereen ain the latter- WALTER AiEL ood d the -
S-ad when you de. hear what she said to meBT film after a seven.ear abase of' of.Daddy 1.e- teleerd, .
P A LW.tlee a tp. It, often takes more thanks e
1- aZ 07%L.the waiting, un- hour for everyone to get through ifor switch to TV in big but lt e I
arrive early. All the line. Occasionally Ike and INew York:
sbeginast M UmlO Ntitarf 'thf6-O".q.tur- 'J ee
OS Mddett hatuW felP 4tlpar e 'a er a weste w
a long hands an ar kear ir to i ........
If -rtcolEar -i th of .fthe,.a.W .e The next Mrs. M Gyuy :cl (the "here-amret -b paw te-:
e. such ar'sdplo- accustomed to such e1 arja- recoeiliatlon with Jalcke Ldu na fleus, the Xrz N
satic oee on when 100-wer firs, ind they always *eStond ery didn't jell) may be Detty (Miss Fril Alen's raw shows, Is
nted, then you mgh ave to ith plenty qof ,ntshm Texas) Lee. They met last -Mirch ing a small roe i Sam
a? th t le along for over an hour. in Dallas. makes -*The Worl* of,.
I.Sa th They partleulaily enjoy it Alelehem" at the a~as
h" clear- Them wodt pa about this i' when the mllttarl are invited to Rhonda Fleming, signed for two in London.
wl be you eem't watch lthe ere- : ptonr for thJ gives them more films in aly, writes from
,e %, b we. eata h-re's me rich I'plma a .n hard-drinkinn actor whose wh.toM
SpeakerA somte After te Preaent and Mrs. man la my Mle. Net even a or him to bring home so 0 9
-W.41am rIl m1u t liaenhower are through greeting one." 'After colletitag a b
gt oee c f o bugles a grand proces08 people, they geIZerally retire. told the clekt:
eo' hoenme estu y..descends the stairs n the band plays dance mu-. It's Red Skelton's definition at Id also a le h of =mi-o
he US? to temalhballway. .slc In the last Room untit some-
hity1 ms t At the forefront is the Army, time betwebA 10' and 11, when
ylly? Fat .nvy, Air Force and Marine co-l- ests depart so their host an.
oW eak? r guard carry=gn the American boetess will be able to have a
1Mr- presidential flags. Then quiet night's aleep. 'DARING! T. E MOST SIX-A TImJA&.#4
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3 i ifit a ul niKawakami, lb 4 0 0 7.t on vs - e. .: .
SBy J. J. HARRISON JR. am to 4 0 0 5 Twent men will compete in El He ..
Naitob2 Panamaa men's singles event oCapt.,Rlt
The S. C. Sodamen, strengthened with players Kakura. |rf 2 1thrs nvit a t In -s.-W K .1 .S .f ,
of the Smoker team, will play the Tokyo Giants at olc, p 1 0 1 bles event twenty four play Sfta s.
1 0 0 0 0Willcompetent four paxed f ou- W6Robo e.Super, A. e rSep -lug
Olybmpic Stadium at 7:30 tonight in the second 'Ao.ki p 0 o 0 0 mbles i te rwin mxedt. nou- Robet A. r E F
am0 of the three-games series between the visit- I r t ne"d 1 0 1 0 0 oCl. O sua lv. mere. ner-.''-w.... a, 0 in i _og: ui...iP
SL tmlp 1 0 Four players have been seeded t cle 1 , A. '- /--
Jaanese and Panama League teams.le
Japanese and Panama League teams. [ o a 4 s In the inen's singls. Number one winner to mflt Rucit4 wBa.
iS atberto Robinson, the The large crowd who watched lKahwaeda fanned for Aokil na I rent Kmian championJ .A...
Sfr th ee Soimhe nand will dent Ricardo Arias who arrived -.s Wil.i..am He. ti.d is b.s w 1 ~ .....
be owed later to the mound early and threw out the first ball YANKEE .M Lee Haye .. Nt-and fourth is S S W"-
11 lberteoorloe, also of the promptly at 7. The president had Graff, 2b 4 0 2 0 I m tl I j $ *the aS
ers and Stanley Arturs.other commitments and left the Hardin, as 0 1 3. i%.lu s b --
S and Osorlo leave with Stadium after the fourth inning Hardin, s 1sfsa oe
t C. V. Yankees tomorrow had been played. Phillips, rf 4 0 2 1 ._,owig _0' se doubles, first Rt.a Rchard .vT. No'. -.11 "1
morning for Caracas.. From after game comments Dickens, If 4 0 0 0- HeW1am oele and J. Webb QCapLT l Kloplw. yper lIlptCYn t r d.i r.0ni .n.aw the
2Take Bessho 26-12) or it could be gathered that the Marolewski lb o i o U earnebsecond Major Hayes an Pat komwell winner to at swi- hm
Takumi Otomo (21-15 will openly Giants had made a good im- Wilhelm,3Sb 1 1 0 0 0 Maor Syer, third Caroes El A. Cul am Lm Sa In or iee ,
the game on the hill for the Gi- pression on the fans, all things Parris, 3b 1 0 0 0 2 to George Maduro, fourthW*lach Ztaa Ma- hnes ta wa eet Mw -"l
ants considered. Kropf, cf 2 1 1 A g 'Capt. Fred Klopper and Capt. d DW cSand1 Myron gei ivote
S The Yankees edged the Giants The baseball season in Japan Dabek. c 2 0 1 9 '1 PAil. Corowevl. toer to mwti ack ov nad ei t f~rZ tt
las- t night 3 to 2 before an en- ended on Oct. 2 of last year and Falls 1 0 0 .. ea Charles(Red). it Big Tea by hatf- gan and . A we f.
Shusiastlc crowd of 9.351 paid, at the Giants participated in sev- Harris, p 1 0 0 0 "re *re our team s5ed. Is ,St.roop s. Major aQ % l e,-title for ,n
the stadium. eral exhibition games up to Oct. Lawrench, p 1 e 0 0 in the i eddoubles: Numbor Dreyer winner fi t h t B ev
Bill Harris started for the 15. Lawrence, p 1 0 0 0 1 One, 7s&. M. Porter and Hearne, t-ctch and George thatns detaea *o l Ann .ti n
ykees and gave up one hit in They had been inactive since Stryska, p 1 0 1 0 1 -s. Marjorie Klopper and haned C olordo
Three innings he worked. Er- that time and after the long Arthur Dry arr, Col T
,& itawrence relieved Harris, plane trip to Panama, evidently Totalsa 9 s and tha e mo dog" 7e.
ee. hitless ball and was re- were not In best form. The infr-B "thaMs6nd Calosae P Q ~ "W "_ .. l I _M 3 3 *-"M
by Vic Stryska in the sev- fielders showed a lot of class but Score by Innings- Qurda and Carlos Eleb. A. &Ws. head ofo a .t Woll
who gave up two hits and there was some unsteadiness in Giants 000 000 020-2 4 2 the. e pA. 6ll- place
lants' uns. the outfield. Yankees 0?0 100 00-- 7 0 rt rounds of the men 's. roUf t a~r d Smith va. at 5-2*. ri -
S oia sc r PlavinE against the champion Summary. uns batted In: ge willbegin Thursday Feb. 10 / DZa.Na ouardia and Eleta. 'V..; a in lea
'*e official scorer gave Law- C V. team who are oresently in Dabek 3, Iritami 2. Earned runs: t four p.m. and continue until Mias s amtiba Pi'ras' and Ma- d. t i'.
tence credit for the win. tip top hape. the Giants played Giants 2, Yankees 3. Left on bas- r p.m. The -byfollowing pairgs df tvs. Mrs. M jol K copper M ti ws.t .half-gae .
b ad been found to he !ery well indeed. es: Yankees Giants 3 Three.- wMtre made gby members of the .- --. re.
from a serious attack base hits: Philns, ritami. Two to ament committee by dra w-. Te 8
poisoning Saturday base hits: Dabek. sacrifice ht: Ing: Hearne vs. R. Ramirez, win- Yls tf the three events will "50.and .for.e
m caused when a blistrr Dabek. Stolen bases: Graff. Wild ner to meet Eucides Barrer, Dr. ta lac nday evening be- onplace by na Michigan
-acess the Instep of his right pitches: Aoki. Strucout by: Kenneth Hodges vs. Edward A,,at'p. 81-80, on p Elate -ym hi n
t. ot beame infected.t bt after Horiuchi 1, Iritami 1: by Barria s '.- ... ute basket, " "-
a ,Afw shots of penicillin, the 5. Lawrence 3..8.tryka 3. eg I ColoradonmbeatInliveutpre-eba
hardy ex-hockey player from on balls off: Holuchi 1, hao i ts vous BiSevea tamesI wlasup-
ew BrtB nswiek. Nova Scotia, ioff: Harris 1. Stryska 1. Pitcuheus seun Sb e,.- b aWa.s wad up-
I rered himself ready for d record: Harris 0 runs, 1 i te coln, Nobr, as Wr.aager of II
ty and did a good job. innings: Horluchi 2 runs, 4-hb the winnerssat a school record

h .Horuhi start.eed sandoewr the in 3e a t a chool r cod
It Giants used three pitch- in innng; Aoki run itof 15 three throf i a team-
L..Horuchi started and wa.s in 2 Innings: awrence 0 high total of bt25 "se ent-on:
ir, giving up two runs on four 0 hits mn 3 innings. en rors T.- Tul a re ed Ja'ge itt oT
tit. If.three innings and was Giants 2 tFuil o Hiral. aLoing the Missouri ae frene writes w ho
followed by Aoki on whom, a pitcher: Hortluhe. Winning by beating Detri. fl7T-, In; q4o t
run was scored. Iritan- finished pitcher: Lawrence. Doubleaoays: kame th ,ts -mS.'
Mhe game. For neuhi, Hirooka. Umpires cent scoring duel between Tulsa's hetuSn
he yankees scored twice In Thornton, Williams, Karama- Bob P atterson, and Detroit's heardthe anouncemeat
th..,second frame. Fred Maro- filtis, Hinds. Time of game: 1:58 Gu narrow. Ptad the game between the
lewuki drew a base on balls. spi- Attendance: 9,351 paid. points, most ever scored ag. st ia Yankees and the a w
de vihelm flied to center-and Detroit, and 8parrow ha 35. G ants. Our s cere bawukn ,
labany Kropf singled to right. Marquette ran the nation's to Gi pDickenX.1
0dling Marolewk ti n longest winning strek to 17 flfspai w.
-6b"'dubler tomet. m ndRyLitle League a,,. sby beating Cr-lgbt. ,.SO
rthe third the Yanks threat- -eigate WW It93tIlie 1ol.for MYJite
inagin With one out. Eddie ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE ledht minutes t. Rube .X2
J tripled to center. but Gil'
Wm lined to the pitcher iwhQ LaSaturday W afteribon found
S-tl. threw to third to .the Ccac Cola Bottlers winning.
eup Phillins who had bra- th eir first game of the n by At
the plate on what had soundly trouncing thd Mutual .ML"
a sr e hal "bit off the Insurance team by a score of 13 et Vi-a (No. -=4
fonalhl Wielm walked, Mutual took an early lead in DW pow 5'to
h i d- a wil it the game by searing 8 runs inwg.o a eal. at Disk
Ganterarklfy iedt up -the first three innings, however CZ e *woJaIe
.the Bottlers refused to lay down ba

Giantsne alypnd di eAt .thee nd of six.in-
game-in the eighth but fell HIGH"SCORER -.JimStha d t n amod-u gbWi 3vr e

Bri-- t oe second d ei maion. Herec 77o 7m 7 1 e-d d S kow e d ef.' -.., .im ,uni ur juiL .q .f.-qp J B-.- ^ . | .B ,.M i. u -.,.... ...
rushort. -With one out of Villanov made a spectacular nug tphsck n.s
ura._ (right fielder) singled leap high above Dayton's Ruaup at 9-9. ,.
S tcher) sing ed Dieriner to score in Phiade n the top of the sent tor -,e-ea.as m
a wruns were a- phia. It wasn't enoh for the couple of hit batsmen and a f .loano ..: D uuohuitdi...a'"-"n'a-:;f-
S r t ton Iritamls- Flyers won, 59- (NA) o hits pu t the Cola men out. becam.e.r y .Ton py- .M
tripl to win the game. as;bun lodflD-f wiAamVe*- I
GMf i CHAMPS Lla Frauenhelm Helen Spector Wisconsin argve him a
p4 Herrtc'-e at i; Zing firstsecond and third .place winne rs o f a o or2,012; Areari {. :-of W

..sye ta a ndtal oug he He1 GRFreeStyle..Thq same t w 'io'...oin Sa...1.011.Mak.with

up9e ay. n sho r the Year Old Girl.s Events for the E-"Tk.s Lodes 154 m 'hcr o.. .
his, last three Inningsmonthe 1101p a ,bo T Thles at the Annual Oamboa Civicn the aflf 8 0 Ntr*Dame; John" MahonMeosw4 e
N Gt mound. Larry Wilder and W- F points ledbeilld-o andrarMarny -90ed oiontnedWilam_

a 33 ""in spot so they R --o 1 -0 1 ,5 1 ,a Team st-ndint --.: w buI co.".. ."
.no trouble.Gallga led heo t. 144 141 17be 4hlo Won nera Pet r slota bot0ped0 .ht. boevein ar. .,,.,
3whl B mden Frenh-w g o, o r e 1 .thbig theg ; oftT dowedf Duer the c w t s att .. .
for the bottlrs, oin up with inn r te

hits only .s war dca 1itlr 1a14 ......... a Nh6 .250 In ... ... y'_3

a sma- msgoi, ngoy p s-l# N wberny o1, t e .""
pi' '-..fhl"r~. .e1r-na Tam , .
P t O Lce won two or aprey 1v 12* 15 504er by Mland first half -. .T"ch followed up Ite v
., .ARGARTA LEAGUEvs. h.i..yTave.. iel to, Jim .. u....o.... _....a..~,"..-- J _._ Fielkdb .batn ,,Mb..-.M..loi

nd ime thihalf1o14e 78 185 aniDdaI..anBuN .--L .. r .. .-i.,oweter the5G m
l Glick 11010 6jk btW U1P, -0.

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.. dvsion. The P. overcame vs. ,Powells t u .a h [ .-,--
Ss o ly tpins oe r1 tir W ght, r. 1 14.,447

dfor classC, and Martine for rom 161 IMI41 4260bnn e asMnluptheW lqe, AllenTf "......
COPS with 494. Handicap 28 N Al4edur.s =e N. P aw
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at 12% 7% Cowan 78 10 Is 5071CM'"i '""
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OK Contracts

.nEWV O. Feb. 8 (IU) -
-Al B hov dle Mathews gao ti e
Mt ufee Braves faiLr l
Tuew tt he swinten ws at

PEW loe bs Qun about bin
36mUera later hI the wow.
tfl!c u3b made a lot of 3103_7
~ Mor "athews sabd, t and I
Mae wershould share

here round the majoas,
ago W his bated added

b. S baseman Stan Joke and
outfielder Ed White both u

from Memphis of the Southern
L19ef e. leavnrt outfielder M w
tle Mflub madt e a lot ouf ned

ulayerremaining on the club. At -
the same time, thews sid, adeox

optioned first baseman Earl Svrk
to Nashville of the Southern
Leuwere siin thr co-

hFloyd Baker, 33-y ear-odded
utilityder fielder, and rookie
second baseman -Geral d Clay-
comb became the 14th and
15froth Memphbers of the outhliesrn
to Nagree to terms while Southern
BoRton Red Sox signed rookie
eatehers Guy Morton and Jee
Veteran Sieve Gromek who
Posted an 18-16 record with De-
troit, signed his 1955 pact after
receiving what general manager
Harold (Muddy) Ruel called "a
Swell deserved salary Increase."


Softball League
The Standings
Won Lost
fNew Cristobal .......... 3 0
Cristobal A. C. ........ 1 2
Old Cristobal ......... 0 2


S.1 i .... -- --_ *. XKenay Seanr
'ALL' CANDIDATES Bob McKeen, Tom Helasohn and Kenny Sears. left to right, have been
put in the running for All-America berths. McKeen, 6-7. has California raving. Heinsohn, 6-5,
Is the main reason why Holy Cros sis tough in the east. Sears. 6-9, is Santa Clara's point
machine. (NEA)

s; ,. | Pacific Twilight

e4 1Loop Games On Tap

-B- Today, Tomorrow

SOff -.t The Pacific Twilight League
Often fOud-in has games scheduled for to-
of soft toll. night and tomorrow night. A
total bring doubleheader slated for last
caribou's hof Sunday was rained out.
e, then you'H
pushing down Tonight the league leading
1es as much Lucky Strike team meets the
Sinch. American Legion aggregation
ilow through and tomorrow night Womack
strength and Distillers tackle 7461st Signal.
fiend caribou
withh theI The games will get under-
way at 7 p.m.

's Your Game: 9

s Don't Get Strikes

*h M ia'.- n .i -m.7 ronHl, 'I8 ,earo o ,1, A During the past week, New *
tu "pla mnr- r- tre f, ,jlj5 Crttabal softball team breezed cil
... ..h.s.g.e.dO.erakethrob-two league games. T'1nes-
M IMMbtd met a two cheae cake U afu tewoon, w. Crtabal *
"Stu die se int's or ftere M* th"..Mme by. -A.
MU. .. lat. mMnu1tus 4 eo. 'Three ho m .runs
tom D O featured the bitt attack of
s9e uceaaor, and u may both teams with na d rt and1
p e aea Kid. "However, I wKar you. Stan Smith hitting for .the cir-
S.. .. leit for the winners. While .Bon
"I..ee T that you.ere born in September, 1936. I Pavorite led the losers' attack
blRetj 1 Jbeen.signmd by Paul Kericbell for the with a home run and a double. .
e..._mf.e.. Went.Wwest Vtrginia, where I broke in On Friday evening New Cris- iI
the o tobal beat Cristobal A.C. for the
I. Indri._ u gt V a alable sum for Joining the New second time this year. by beating l
york db. wL mteseyM to know I recyored nothing as their strong pitcher Ramon Que- --
a bonus, and was deliTted to get the cance. sada. The A.C. team outhit the
"With B aett's, my monthly salary was $75. I could buy. leaders 8 to 6. but thev. could A S VE 0 RATED
an oshcOn 1 sek for- a dear, b Okfast..and luncheon came not hit Dudley Smith with men FEET
te:two ftW each. I Ive thont of becoming a Yankee on base. The fourth inning prov-
and in Ili I reached the esw ed the downfall of the A.C., when By "WARREN PAGE
-.."T4 rdif f advised m to go home and not get New Cristobal bunched a palr of aShootng EdBor
hart. ON~~to ie malk e look at me a told me to go doubles by Moser and Rinehart.
out 4--buy a shoa sne boL. But K Kibell rve me y hISlus two r.o1 In the field.and AtuMONGall et he Animal ere-
aptaf 10 vears 2Mifilashing the inning with three tuf, .our feet are least well a-
S an! ready to cn Itacareer? No. There still is a lot of lba rte Insct world, we ibid
good ball left n Me, an I hope to be able to prove it this The or: flies and bugi equipped with all
spring. T manner of combinations of sticky
Carroll took It all In, respect iely. Then he attacked a New Cristobal Ab r h pads and little hooks sb they can
hUnk of Weis' expenrve chee cabe, and framed hi fate InCh b ...........3 0 either stroll on a jam sandwich
a 40 grand sWilC-. Slth,Don"c':.......: 00or walk upside down on the cell-
SLamis, N. lb ......... 2 0 0 "ng.
IRinehart 3b ......... 2 1
Smith, Stan ...... 3 2 Crabs have little pincher gadg-
,l.- w m,,w a- sw m, Smith. Dudley p. .2 1 0 ets on their legs that are handy
"ANTS O BANTMoo ser, O...o..... a 3 0 not only for rawHing around in
a bLowe, If...........3 0 .'the coral but also fr tearing into
"I had a Vry b.d year In 1," Ristto continued. "I know Basso af...........3 1 11 tidbits any crab cemestibles that
why, and I o d It wl M ot biu again this coming ea- may be lying ar ind loose. But
son. I tflst ay S te fltst tiae to my lfe. Total 3 86 man-he's got cos and fallen
m-W 1i" a out .a.hk Field on March 1, it arches.
wl be ter, Carroll, poeitly Billy Crintobal A.C. Among the ned4-blooded-a i-
a Mickey Maptie, as ell. mals there are sa, whose pedal
Sot eo o pent g t_ aortuto ad get the Hens 4. 0 Ilextremitles, a bit spelaised per-
chance to 5 ftr0 'l." ren ac .......... 4 0 aps, are ematoay welln adap-
What he think t Muti at the. pooiton?9 uead, p ......" 4 i ted to their mode and pie of
"Blf th d wwl.d Jae a but. Cu lrn .............3 living.
it bea- eesful fl be.ahad s second bae," the ar s lb ....3 Take the ordinary cat, for ex-
.w repu.IY 2b ............ 1 0 "nd hold its prey, to tmb around
a b, fat enough, with plent of am. B Lt Iov f .......... 0 0 when hunting or to carry u
kn' m ad e rt "3 tree when pursued the bynu eW.
a04. rW: *alt.. met h tasd h Stt hb '- "" ........ ..3 1 bor's bo t.errier.. Rt -d you
to an. 1 Ah v.e~ ever notice that those mportanti
claws are In normal walklag.INi
llt Bhuter, the new asortfldd rom the pulled back and over into a
am glad you bought himn.. - sheath that protees them per-
toagflmote, I si0 was fectly against accident or wear.
il' l Uban ovr o-3ter. I mani no ke 'em always s o and
-Anddid tam, e t h up s,, d vworkMe to t'. is
g i tat h ii o dons of a at's h we so as to
Wasusi M S th extend thO tees claws fhuy, co
SH- '-T oo to rLt and then observe 'what a per ect
or u ld Ut amr t" ba
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ITfS EASY-.vea beginners -s overcome back-ups, Sparando
a- ys.. ( A) __ .
ninth of 12 articles written for This is done by thrusting the
NEA Service ball straight out the palm turned
By TONY SPARANDO upward, right through the deliv-
ABC SMgles Champui ery and follow-througn.
A back-up ball gives you few
A BACK-UP BALL is simply a strikes. The same for a straight
ok that goes the wrong way. It ball. You must hit perfectly to get
something any bowler should a strike with a straight ball.
e and forget-and start booking. The value of the hook is that it
rrectl. drives into the pins instead of go-
The back-up is a common error ig Away-from them, as the back-
mong people who try to roll the up does. You can be off a bit with
ll straight down the alley with- your hook but still get a strike be-
at hooking it. cause & a its motion
Gradually, as they bowl more With a straight ball and a back-
ad ben to put more speed ae up, yo ha ve no leeway at all.
e .ball, they tun into backup It must be perfect. And few peo-
wlers. Ipie eau do ths.


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Maybe one one of t h e reasons
George Halas will retire after 1955
is the offer of a cool million for
his Bears. .who cost exactly
nothing when he started them as
the Stanley Starch eleven of Dec-
atur, II)., 35 years ago ..
There was this luncheon to heon-
or heavyweight champion Rocky
Maerciano, and Gene Tunney get
ap to the dais and boo booed,
"There is none more deserving \
than Rocky Graziano." '
Pat Lesser, the comely gal golf-
er with the match play hex over! T .
champ Barbara Romack, lived in "
six different states before she was
18. .plays out of Seattle but was
born in New York. .and was
just leaving for church at Pearl
Harbor, when the Japs swooped
in with a load of bombs Dec. 7,'
1941. .Her dad was an Army .ps "
man until 10 years ago ... andi. :
Pat used to be an allstar basket- Pat Leaer -
ball player back in Seattle... .
The boys on the Quincy, Mass., arrangement based on attend '
Patriot Ledger are proud of be only two players id ., .
tween seasons columnist S a m drafted from Cincinnati
Mele, the Bosox outfielder: "Heiman draftefmincinnt i
not only writes Mhis own stuff. He didn't tven play or the- as-
even types it himself ach Ph.. last seasonN they're just gt( j
On a Philly visit, Coach Phog outof service ..." .
Allen cautioned the parents of 7- Rochester is a cinch to t t
foot prepster Wilt Chamberlain to coveted National Baskelbal AM-e
send The Stilt to a "safe school" c AllStar gam nxt j /.
S. i e., one e would t be pirat- wcth. ,U on ra get_ .e e
ed from like, say. Kansas?... the new arena itD be played '..
Chamberlain also has an offer Erstwhile Auburn quarter -
from Oklahoma which, if accept- Vinee Dooley's football career
ed, would make him the firste- because of a knee injury
gro scholarship athlete in Sooner suffered recently at Quantico e. -"
history... playing basketball. .An a
Utah i Coc J Gardr I~ ale Airlines survey reveals a ra f.
Utah Coach Jack Gadner dous Jump in w eknd rouud -
latrst andclimb aboard the thie aair traffic since the Hialeath r
Gola bat...pdwgos in ucemeno invasion of arted. wria rlas,
Sae good off-steam" job..Colt tactt gesolute jam for themmis F a m a
e Arthur ti Doneovan, who do Stakes Feb. 26sta . California cm '
The Baltimore Colts, whmadin eer Bob mhcKeen s a native Nw *
Oregoball.s George Shaw their being brraised un...der te tier
nus boy, we oren'taloo worrihen he qt Be Yankee Stadyoume, with aD e-
the rd n gbaseballnev bid heer giv- paid for the t -
ed from the Boston Red So... cbe- mes he ed as a
cause It would be split over three porthsmoub club owner a arc
year:. and they feel they can e- banker Frank Lawrenceso Img b
ual that... plus the inducement of i invasion of territorial rights, .
a good off-season job. .Colt tack- ens Commissioner Fori Fricsk 'Ifa. .i '
e Li' Arthur Donovan, who does ra cop standing a .wer t ':.
the greatest policing job in foot side my bank....while hsie f ,.
ball. n opposing backs, wants to being burglarized."...
be a cop for rtal when he quits Between you's me, Joe DIMa--i'
the irldiron. gio never got paid for the t
ea Indians ce m, am he played as
crofldt hveg> strong ot Co for the Bah Francisco Us. In

New '49er -Coach Red bater
told us at the pro draft meet*
he wouldn't be in football tay It ae
his mom hadn't gotten somebody
to milk the cows on the ranch
near Ceres, Calif... o-therwise, he
couldn't have gone out for the high THURSDAYI '
qcbool beam Detroit topckie
Buddy Parker confided he's got
the best-paying coaching job I n pBiwr
football because of a percentage ',\4 B

______ _Mom 1&_fti

*BONUS BENEFIT- irnm Scott
,of West Texas State has hit a
phenomenal 90 per cent of his,
.ree throws this season to pace
'the nation from the foul line,
.thanks to the bonus rule which
gives him an extra shot for
snakin; the first one. (NA)

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RESIGNS Pierre Mendes-
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Pick A Fight, But...

Paris after submitting his re- It said the Seventh Fleet s misi But officials indicated they con- The most impressive thing about Their planes bustled about main-
signation as Premier to French rion was to prevent the Chini'e sidered the warning more Red Tachen today was the almost dead land bases.
President Rene Cotv. people from eliminating traitor: bluster, silence. Now. with the token start of the
hiang Kai-shek's troops on theI There was considerable feeling The only apparent Corn in u nist to operation safely behind.
T acnens and to help these troopbiin military and diplomatic circles military activity was the hustle t1 said a procession of
PI T escape" and attacked the "temeri- here that the current mass evacu. and bustle at Red airbases near .5 sVaniready to start pouring
ina"S of a naxal spokesman that in- nation operation by amphibious u- Ningpo, 100 miles north of Tachen lusts into Formosa.
P I ay ir I ^ Wtervention in the evacuation by lnilts of the 7th Fleet poses the first or about 15 minutes flying tien i issued a statement ex-
I he Reds would meet with possible real test of Chinese Communist away. This activity was noted o the evacuation to "my
U O. retaliation., intentions as far as war with thsi fleet radar screens. ei In- the armed services
'I t is clear, the newspaper country is concerned. Reporters went ashore ep Tie. a fellow countrymen at home
I said, that the United States, not The Navy source said it was his chen from an amphibious co. m. toad." He said the TachensI
oTaiwan and the Penghu (Pesca- have the capacity to "challenge" ing distance of the island. They he wanted to use the troops there
ore, Island, is making a pre- the 7th Fleet in its evacuation mis- saw Nationalist soldiers feverish to better advantage.
N W ra 1 ext to invade Chdinese coastal is- sion. The Communists have noth- ly tearing down..installatlons and "In order to meet the new chal-
ro a ands and expand its aggression ing to match U.S. Seapower and readying heavy equipment for the league of international Communist
again thina. ... |their air force is largely an ut- evacuation. aggrsion," he said, "lhe'govern-
-- ..Meanwhile Leftist union lead- known quantity. Even as the evacuation pot u0- meAt has decided to redeploy the
PARIS, Feb. 8 UP-Premier- rs havelaunched an offensive Adm. RoBert B. Carney, chief of der way, the island's Natonalist arsees defending the Tachens to
designate Antoine Pinay opened I to enlist British workers on Red U.S. naval operations, said earlier commander, Gen. Liu Lets Chi, Quesmoy, Matsu and other places
at today with Frances top! China's side In the Formosa cr1- there had been "no reports of o- said he had received no orders to for th" purpose of concentrating
te ds to ayNwithh ranceasin to sis and may attempt a blockade ertiohnad neodrcna" md itninfy I dn g
i n North Africa i I y et o operational incidents"-meaning in- leave Tachen. ltaf forces and intensifying
effort to hammer out a program m ary ipments,' inform terference by the Communists. He "If my government wants me the lreparations for the recovery
that will win h im enout a program sup- ed sources in London said today. said the evacuation has been go- to go, I will go," he said. "If of the mainland."
t to form a new Frhim enough supgov- One union chief openly propos-ing forward "on schedule." they teU me to stay I'll stay. I Mine fields on Tachen were be-
port to form a new French gov- ed closing British pors to defense American carrier -based planes, would rather stay. I have- ben ing dug up, and strings of barbed
eminent. supplies if the Formosa disp ut e operating under orders to fight if here six years and if I stay I wil m -were being removed. T h e
heats up. A railway union local attacked, have put a round-the- hold out to the last man and the tssk l to Nationiist soldiers who
Pinay arrived at the Ministry demanded a national rail strike in clock protective air umbrella ov- last round of ammunition." had asvet four years In fortifying
of Economic Affairs today to re- case of further American "inter- er Tachen for the evacuation. thei lands.

and Pierre Caret, President of ain vital ports to Far Eastern Naval Banshees Corsairs and Tahen, expressed doubts of th e an ss.
the parliamentary group of In- defenseshipments in case war propeller-rivenSkraiders filled advisability of t ing the Islands DesIte dirty weather, the U.S
ependents. breaks out. the air under orders to protect over to the Redsa d t carrier force with the 7th Flee i
SPinay is himself a meber of These sources said the campaign the surface vessels handling the But in spite of such feelings, putup a roud-the-clock umbrella
the conservat independent apparently tookits cue from he evacuation of Nationalist Chinese Capt. Richard M. Ulf, of Worches. over te Tachens. The pilot wre
Earlier, Pinay talked at length of Nationalist control of Formosa islandplansto evacuate. He chose a one of a-workng off the pt
with Re ne Mayer. former radical and American aid to Chiasg. Pilots reported they had seen time pirate cove as a saglarea. de of carriers atightunder
enr and the architect of Labor Pearty head Clement At- no ommunist aircraft in the e "We can get one LwT.ndng wartime blackout conditions.
rendacuaton ar ship tank) in here at hi t e, eanhle the Jet pilots
hnce's fa&y from power. Richard Barrett, leftwing chief 'ev bmaruies, believed to be he said. "And we can gosmallerwheover tiodowe two Rue plo te1
fiirn aeofe. the National Amalgamated Russi an, have bee reported f landing craft up on the bench Mis over the Toow Seatr-
ican Stevedores and Dockelowing arer task force for when we ettlere" day said the cam
awies 1st postwar govern- i war supplies if theFormosains-p iloth re ed r ac h dmiate oe aa a d ar de ocaat ng
en aered toe arhinge onth te Laorues unp oleO ndw aw
Flying conditions for this hazard- back when the 7th Fleet hois Neither CF.em
SRepublican PMovement I American pilots operating with ous mission were far from ideal an umbrella of protection over the Hiamn -f Asu To, Et
which form ed the haen rd U.S. 7th Fleet u nits covering the But the giant catapults, which evacuation and drew up itwar-D.o t
-e' ofa te opposition that e Tachens evacuation have been or- launch the fast carrie jets, o ships with battle stations manned, Jervis, N. V., re se seu e t-.
to d P r Po, pursue any Red attack- ed throughout the night, hurelinr g Ontthe first day of the evacua-ig nailsuaov markI ong
derre en- tevers "as long as they think they the American jets into the pitch- tion, all reports said, the Reds theeight led jebs Invoeirlng
can get them," a high N a v y black night. Seas were choppy and -gave the Tachena a wide berth, the swirtng dpesgfght west of
Among the most presing-source said inWashington thtoday. the decks of the carriers pitchedThey lobbed four shellsI nto Que the Conuad Kore Capital ofr
problems acinger the 63-yea -old This source also sai d that Fheavily. moy Island, 3 t miles to the south. Pyonang.
tannery, owner in his attempt to' Red anti-aircraft gunos on new-
French ratification of the Gmer- tempt to interfere with the eva- 1 L
man rearmamenthpacts and: cuationl action winpll be taken to -p. -
finding a workable policy for' silence them. Vikaug is seven
inet of ithe oppositmin that Tachens evacuation .
He said American pilots have >avy so4rce4emphasizedI
pleaders of rthe Catholic r Me ti ereh tb o eall themselves
-of-ace enter political organ to get in to a positis on of tactical nk tt i
a he P he oes in se disadvantage. Es He a dded the Na-
tedat fortheiredsur. They dis vy has received no reports of Rmed
n at ef ou ne in r nhig poti danti-aircraft activity against U.S.te
n ou latnews government w t surt Ybear .ll ahe e
c al leader, but said they decided planes. tr en -
S e n o The statement added up to a
ond toaeastle o inaci, blunt waing that Korean Wari
formed' osrtveArsoPn s ,a sinoe1.ground rules which barred U.S .. .
frfliers from pursuing Red planes
o a across the Yalu River into Man-
mi nsnewmontwas In 952io churia will not apply in case ofo
n Mnem b oasing f i ew Commuistrair attack during the
eet-o-EPtr poitscsuportaine a Tachens evacuation.
eslitiesov.iernment. Wityo T- dis a nNavy source emphasized,
ped ge rtio suhen p poret. heo however, that the question of
pobly efu refuse Chtwpo at-n hitting bases on the Red China
l to ba rm Gesnateny t mainland would be entirely dif-
ferent from "hot pursuit" ande
Sh would have to be decided by
MMhe Mre phas 88 otes in the' President Eisenhower himese f
8V seat Assembly. They swung The State Department declined
Sbalance aorinsrt Mendes- aThll comment on a new Red Chi- 4
e j rs a confident ce vote ne e warning that the United -
Sa lsts overnment.h consequences" if U.S. pilots fly durin an attack, according to the caption with this official R Chinese photo from Pel l
l y ailso caused Ptno "over Red-held coastal islands. released In London
Iraonation as Premier In De-,

SwaThd MoEo, led Pby former
EnoGePorge Bidault andt Pedt in

tutu Te eDDefense Co munjty lined ....
baladndes-France fr s l o
tn_ lay confirreed today withe
ldhteof the many French po-
lical groups In an attempt to
In their support. He was nan-
Sro rm gov-
flment mHe con fin, ed with
:1 Tethenasummoned the"gov-
WDot-eneral of Algeria, Tuni-d .
.' and Morocco todParistfor.

kyo Giant rightflelder Kaku-
ral neaus home plate for the
first run score by his team.
last night against the Panama';
Pro League champion CV Yani
kees in the eightH inning at
the Olympic Stadium. Yankee
catcher Jack Falls looks on.
The Yankees won the opening
game of the series 3-2, (Right)
Panama's President Ricardo
Arias tosses out the first ball
to get the game underway.
Giant manager Shtgeru Mizu-
hera stands In the foreground
while part of the 10,000 fans
who attended the closely con-
tested game look on.

Ship Steward.Loses
Beargs, Sma
Ankle In Jump

A 20-year-old British steward
on the ship Ruabine was in Gor-
gas Hospital today with a
broken ankle after he Jumped
from a ten-foot cyclone fence
In front of the Motor Transpor-
tation Division in Ancon.
A police report add DonaMld I
Lewis apparently was lost Sd
was walking on the railroad
tracks- frm"Paama- CMY- B.
he ellumbed Q 1he W-df,- ey .09
t pos t fmt of tlu apB-
Sthe gro d, o lnoe a n ie.
slope on the other ide,

He fractured his right anke
In the fall, and was treated; on
he scene before being admitted
o Gorgas Hospital.
Agents for the RuabbOe, who
are Norton, 1 & 2 ,
aid the ahip let, u Ichzledu,
,t 6 this Morning e ,btue -to
England from Mew Zealand.
Swill be ma t sen
swig horn when heq-refoyers.

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total of 75 tbls morning t the
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sentenced to. spnd 15 dan s
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