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1u,179 CENTRAL A N T12TH AND 13TH glat.n
a RP NTAIV POWER "' '' .
WASHINGTO AV .. j
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national political important.
The Moil Box is en open for for readers of The Panama Americen. Repurr can candidate rt
The MaMr whotIs for "'T. tMf f SS
are received groafullp UM are handled In a wholly confidential Merrll who 1 ir
If you contu te a l r don't t Impetlent if it doesn't appear t phen itche s
to fOt tidetc. hrqo e a
There l a parking space. That re, cars hade ee l there dd hi m howev r ..
ed but the are ship s a hld I olere thaJ.?uld Dbny,
101111" no lloiibllt e lit? i tchellage ar
Just 01ne Datl winKs toad
children T PTH. vL. AkS tiir0charuJDly
1 a bli havi this to sty to the hysterical "tate o ei" Oe anjie o the ditching whics tha
Slaetwee in the police booth and Chinese garden a pilot th ngine win, mits C wia bDemocratic m
there i loos a parking space That open cars havt to Tand in. g there handed him, however, M r
f it aufewItyethrslartin KennellyIsi"- '
The PainOfaltn maftitenance division, probably hasn't notic- election against Daly. C'- :
!- 00VOPP Mj% .s to rim .eMMl .rt ik t _.wew o i
A." nda by all means urge your children to run for tha e high story would give Chi a the first
bbsiiIlO Mitchellompson the l0s
J usthOne this Ke
D -- usinenWWI win Ov K
mawch c mlan p.
altert .place in that Immediate area. Whenapiloth, bn ine win, iltmiB. wll be asetbl-
tGig i e look s esth etost o en T Nt to La n b eId in N l o In
tikd At te ohitaoa .e .Go;ats
t. AW t.. tlg ttm EJG i Tt is aL p
*%.* __oe..f.fittl f. iidehma*o b.get ..fl h
-Mi.,d by all means urge your children to run for the hig t ory Thl i vee '".' w ould.. -i
GO myorer canha s .
eBi ll t'omp t to inthei :..
f revs isss t tir. . informs Msfl.
.esatb v ott.: kto th ateh
"This week stetted C Ii to 6*1
.. .e ... maeo(lcleanup.,
keep ., pe t ie .,, s .Allofee m l yaow M athinkkCA
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THESE ADYANMI ES ARE OW
AVA&IE TO Y1OU PAIIM
* ORDERS IXEOUTE FOCR SAME COMMIRW1NS8
AS ORltERS.IVEN IN THE U.S.
* CURRENT WTIMICAL MANUAL$
* CURRENT w m ON LEADING CMPANIE
* CODE WE 6EyyMi S CABLE CO"R
* PORTFOLIO *VWW AND SUooetows
\UERBACH, AP K RICHAMDSON
;.1MMBERS NEW YORK STOCK WN*ANOa
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Dot smie ltWto,-Val="t. SO'.o.f.
i more a- emo aa d .d a aL
_wouspels &W Valente to .aow.
ho w5e.- ' ;,ar .w,-'... ..Wii.
baabt the "i; sj fr em poe
Pee hs 'at- ,d eetion and
he 111. .I M
less," Imd. .:; t a
b"t . .
ta'rvsed that he
and only four
S he toll which suit
004iK e hot and
p d-* cumas do. If
Ise life -of te
jMro u rule?
*A hWas a poor
W i& minor
ed when he
bwm for with-
r tIW would have
six aspa.soprth's only
'fltrtdtf diamonds is a
V a Steretore out of the
-tor Nt .bso to be void
agaei ,f _ae_. i eas
V l esaid ie 2tWl "ate 1 5 tbqdeueied-sevenhbearts
1,p1. void su it
i khAs t t.W atmust look
'or i d. The only
is 5, since East
b ead-ebb a chib ad defeat the
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a. : -tt. 10t, ..Pis to r
Srfer fMee and thaW
W ei r a the see of
a oftdiamonds way wa West, amd
thad t lelyto,be void,.n his ownsmloner
*W "Bla t suit.
a tnae so- 18.8, 1a. B'bme ~vMnerab grand slam
mu a oef t oau [ted l with a 74pqlnt rubber, ws
to'the A per- rw 3 260 po aints. Ei knew at
t is the Wtom S 4ISto there wua eaexcellent ane of
soD 12l4Wi losing til huge total If be doubled
ot" s seventh t heats.
Mrs.... ta N ever, the ls couldn't v y .
Weat the et -defen-se weal y r- et two diamond rn a he ,
BnMy l at cal the ade of trumps; and AM
loss, counting honors, would be
.t e00 a ts. ..
d .... doesn't rhI .. 'a
a t e
0 AtT'Y' ti
i Rev...-W am ; Amton
02' deputyy 'cha1 b of MethodIst
SChurch of Pansam- and. Costa
Rica, will-be the speaker at the
I Balboa Y14.C.A.-U.M.O. tomor-
row eyento -at 7:30. .
ted. This Is part of a course in New
Testament' bhletory-and the -sub-
chM ject this week will be "The
ra. Pauline- piles." .
The tures. are oie to the
public withoOt I Lare. -
'PIANO:0 OU BLBA.C
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ON SALE AT
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ESO IWSIO, director-of the d fi
falis at the PjM-A*umevican Union in
sent figure t contemporary Brazilian
with 0. velvan Doolittle, Braniff Airways' mana srW. ,l
before boardinf Branitf's "El Conqusatador" at N
last night, to return, to the United States. V.r
Panatai to stated the Inauguration of the Pa-ll
Conremsf sad i-wought a messAge from OA!*.
Dr. Carlos Davila.
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ea o 1Vwo0 .
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Ite mn-mmrlItpk with the
thib haluere that won't come
off anl you tse it off. Rich
a, I mda, Color-fit helps keep
you lipwsot mooth, ver
yothfuL It e ve
ta n S I-.l g p mv riP h
colo -e the delight
lovedys erom dow.
SAvailable at all .'
ladi rug d i .
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The new s d a i P"t-ex iving Bra is "cstm.wftmorer"'
t. iuUeW flsioned for youalone!
x ti b alma nylon used in a new way. to g-i-v.e with
t. yW iT y Iaow,. &i you, ,. er ,AgSaS you.
F .F6-ea t ioentr you'll see and fWet dramatic
, m-pe. S t. ,ytes Livin Bra ws, -,. dries so easily..
h Mieaei',fsdaisy...and mver img ironing.
g R^,& ikn itslu Heavenly WNPage. Only $4.50
S-.'. ,Cowae in' phone
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:1 y year-old waitress b rom a
ilan hotel today after he shot
killed a man who tried to HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 9 (UP) -
Weue her. The sheriff"sought actress Linda
e ,e killer forced his way into Christian, estranged wife of film
--hotel apartment where blond star Tyrone Power, today for
aIne Rodgers was baby-silt- the return of $132,500 worth of
afor her roommate and jewelry given her by Robert H.
dragged her down two flights of Schlesinger. scion of a wealthy
sas as she screamed "Help, Milwaukee family.
5a not going with youT' e sheriff's office beg.n
looking for the film beauty yes-
-.--olice ident;fled the kidnapper terday shortly after an attorney
W .Russell Winterbottom, 33. of, representing Van Clee apnd Ar-
Tt'rtlq Creek. Pa. He last was pels, an international jewelry
S speeding away in an auto-' firm in New York, filed suit here
-n.fIbe with an accomplice who for return of the jewels
helped him push the captive girl: Deputies went to Miss Chris-
1 e pthe carv tin's home yesterday, but she
e car was not there. They said they
Walter Whitey Henry, 33. a i would return to the house to-
.lOdent of the Lang Hotel. wasiday.
elot twice, as he struggled to! The suit, filed by Atty. Jer-
pll the young woman free, and ome D. Rosenfield, alleged
died in Lne second floor hallway. that a $100,000 cheek Schles-
,Xe had rushed into Miss Rodgersi tnger gave the Jewelry firm In
iqom wnen he heard her strug- part payment for the gems
.ling with the abductor.i at a- "bounced." It was drawn on
bout 10:30 a m. the Marine National Exchange
.. Bank of Milwaukee.
Anthony Bebuscio. 19. who said The firm charged in Its suit
ahe was the current boyfriend of that it asked Miss Christian to'
the kidnapped girl. said he was in: return the gifts, but that she
the hotel room with her when refused, telling them in effect
Winterbottom and his uniden- they were a gift to her from the
titled companion strode in. He Milwaukee playboy and for them
eaw Henry shot and namedto take the matter up with
"Winterbottom as the gunman. I Schlesinger.
I The suit was a claim and de-|
"She's a nice girl," the youths liven' action. It calls for the I
mobbed to police. He said she sheriff's office to take posses-
'never had been serious with sion of the property involved
Winterbottom but had played and hold it pending final dis-
-am "for a sucker." position of the suit.
The iewelrv includes a platl-
Miss Rodgers lived at the hotel num bracelet set with emeralds
wiLth Mrs. Delores Pampena, 26, and diamonds, valued at $35,-
mother of an LB-months-old son. 000; a platinum diamond ring,
*Mrs. Pampena was not home valued at S44.500; and a plati--
when the struggle occurred, but num diamond necklace, valued
her son was playing on the floor1 at $53.000.
of the room. He was not hurt. \ Miss Christian and Power sep-
Winterbottom's parents said iarated last Oct. 18. She'has two
their son, who is married butIsmall children. Recently her
estranged from his wife. had name was linked romantically
been distraught since January, with actor Edmund Purdorn.
when Miss Rodgers broke up the .
affair between them. I I--
S sbusclo said he had met the
slayer four or five days ago
When Winterbottom had at-
: tempted to regain Miss Rodgers'
-' When she refused to return to
him, Winterbottom beat her, Ba-.
Sbulcio told detectives.
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hesl you should help your Prostate
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LOOK. MA, NO HANDS-DWalk Magician Truxa astonishes
Londoners with this bit of hocus-poeus in broad daylight. Seem-
ingly suspended in mid-air ts ohW wife and partner L. the act.
Truza claims he can lift his wife without touching her ar i then
put her down in a dlferent glace.
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great. White Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrive
*S.S. "YAQUE" ................................... Feb. 12
S.S. "AVENIRW .................... Feb. 19
S.S. "MORAZAN"...............................Feb. 19
*S.S. "HIMERAS" ..................... ........... Feb. 26
S.S. "MASELLA" ........ .................. March 2
S.S, "MATAURA" ...............................March 4
'A Steamer .................. .................. March 5
S.S. "LOVLAND" ..............................March 10
*Handing Refrigeratet ,bled and General Cargo
Iew York Service
t*4 -. '4
so6sANDMI =ER nBBm
S.S. "BYFIJO D" ................................Feb. 8 ',-
S.S. "PABISMINA" .............................. Feb. 14 .."" ...
S.S. "VINDEGEEN" ..............................Feb. 20
A Steamer ...................................... Feb. 21
S.S. "SAN JOSE" ...............................Feb. 28
S.S. "METAPAN" ..............................March 7
S.S. "CHOLUTECA" ............................March 7
Weekly sa ungs of twelve s ,w s priew f K
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Stn Francisco" S
and Seattle. ,
Special round trip tas.i m- Cristobal to New
Yrk, La Angs a -"isco amid e.
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To'New York ... .-... .... ..., 449 O
To Los Angeles and San Francisco .... $270.00
To -eattle .................... .$365.0
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i aURGH, Feb. g (UP) -
giunan identified by police
a rejected suitor kidnapped a
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ILAg We have up evidence that Hon- frosting. Ro up. Sift eoutetime-
est Abe the setr, ever ate rs' Aut lightly over the r=ll
a cake elli, But we do think pr frost, to resenable bark on the
it' p a per fet dessert for the Un- to with orange frots. de-
co's Birthday party. red, shave bitter eheoate or
J L ivered orange rid tp.
(Ye .d: S hela) rel
UP)-L',W (tip" -. t s"urvin" ) hOl ^d a
401 fiArms rtito100 r Four eggs, separated; cup oft se e C
pnr-a41- 1 -w t he brows p uor, A tab ppok Ifresh O a cup batter or mar.
t'% sr tabL marine, % teaspoon grated orange
. l ,target date. mon juiceI p 5 Hai .d, % teapmon .gated l enoa
COmntctiB -' recently o0r E" 'AQs- s'ol V& tee. rid, S 3,cups sted etfeeti(oners
7I -an d n t o ons douboeting MU M r ....
u'*' daU toCmpiGSM der, % teulma Veromd mace. r .
riiAthe fl*.-b ti e-tabe- Be atte W" Mjl1 "ts b,,Wirt-Funatilon
whl, M H ly;.aFi ame lpek.bte. U .n...r .t t cup S.- Ar. m. ...V. .
I v the j eet Is completed, gar aod set aside. Beat'egg yo.s Ci I 0 VISIt
fis; ~vor ken im-have estavasted ,- until thick sal leftab elored. Ad c o.
-.bo, c.uic uyartrde of adirt. orange and lemoo ide. Gradual, LOtIn America
I 1ue A:4. befr opa tlyN R at Tn remain *sa at.r. Fol.
Tm- Seven million acre-feet f water greased IS I enl O s" DOE Lu.e FS.O rMoo
was needed the rervas to g an.Bae tes n TH USit, head oft th
lioo. b (350 degrees F Turn t mite ad -. y
towel sprinUked with sem tlomem .' ... ". . ..n..t e
Two anae years will be needed, augar. Quieklv remv, paper. ollhigh government offa to
t pteeam eide of thp dio Unrull. p-read with orange --.
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Come and choose from a large assort-
ment ol LOVELY CARDS, delicious
eocolate ad decoranm ton
Apd for.a VALENTINE CJFT that will
go saridgt to anyfeles heart, we have
a top selection.
MSOSOrS MWIS aYKE
( (4 a rol n from the Ancon P.O.).
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( T ./ o n
PAUCKA TOtR 0 NMNA
Inetudet SJ tnt
* Round trip fare .nn to 'ompts
i Avianem spady, 4SWiypO 1en
. 2 night i hn lwxur "at* T.."milans
* 6bghtmu*g around MitoWs" bogetaf
* 1Tranortatis, w~~-t nd return
* M traN deumMise rw
* AND TICKSr TO .0* ot OHT (lit Row)
hadav t . .. -t '-t.b*-
Is yems of
ha. U.sm _ATl. n
Commeuncing Feb. T
* FlIuan Kebob
* icke Cacdatore
* aad"f Mi G*
wamon w. ,m ams
CaOe Jaas. ise No. 2
another new assortment of
RADIOS and PICK UPS
CLUB .......... 2Z
CLTUB ,. ... a
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YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 1
7 BRIA PRECIADO 7 Street No. i2
OBRMSON - oe0 Juny Ave. & J st.
( FOTO DOMY
SJumta Arosemena Ae. and BSt.
| 182 La Carrasquilla
YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS'OR OltiI pICES AT 57 "h" STREET, PANAMA
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Central Ave., at Cenu A 4 ,altl. Av.
FARMACIA EL BATUlRO WlMCIA LUX FARMACI VAN-DB-3DUI
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Fourth of July Ave 1 t-F'CnIral Ave. J. Fc& de la Opa Avq, ~ 4l
' THE PANAMA AMERICAN
1 H Street No. 67
If TYou BHave a
A New Amasing Natural
SWaste Destroyer. Kills
Odoes and Reduces Mass
A t Low Cost. Money Back
Guarantee of Satisfaction.
0EO. F. NOVEV. INC.
279 Central Ave.
tomet ee f to moy "we did every-
A. A. and E. OILLAC
S P ri Avenue Tel. 3-1N
(1 block from Lum Theateh i
Tivoll (4th of July) Ave. No. 16
(next to Branilft office
DO. C. K. FABBEGA. D.D.L
armer rFellow -. Instructor George-
town Univ. Washngton. D.C.
iFla'rmer District Dentist Pedro Miguel
and Gamboa. CL
SteJals In:: PRBOSTODONTIA
(bde.nture end BriMdgertk.
tMr dental t1ln01).
SA eicea in: X-rys Surgery
0i=Nlodontti and Children Dentistry.
tone: Panam (28) 2-2011
.iea": a.m. o 12 noon 2 V- te
-.- s pis. dally.
1 I contact -
AGENCIAS JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
46 of July Avenue No. 14-28
I fSle Us--l&s and I:se-5:
I Sturdays 9!:0 te 1:00
FOR SALE: Solid mahogany
dining table and chairs, Will sell
for $50 00. Leasing country.
House 2144-C. Curundu.
FOR SALE:-Kelvinator, moist-
master, 60 cy., 8 cu .ft, refri-
gerator. Excellent condition. Call
Ft Amodor 4142.
FOR SALE.-Westinghouse refri-
gerator good condition. Cheap
345.00. House 920, room 20, La
FOR SALE --Quartermaster fur-
nirure. automatic Ironer. vacuurl
cleaner, kitchen cabnet,..miscel-
laneous. 589 Bayano. Ancon.
FOR SALE: One washing machine,
25 cy. Very recsonoble. Call
FOR SALE--Singer sewing ma-
chine, slide projector. wicker
char table lamv. Call Panama
FOR SALE- Maple settee,
$75 00. Bassrnett and pad,
$5.00 Crib and innerspring mot-
tress. $27 00. Three 6 ft, 10
inch green porch blinds. $18.00.
Two 8 ft, bamboo slot blinds.
$7 00. One 6 ft. bamboo slot
blinds. $3 00. Call Panama 3-
FOR SALE- Swedish dining-
room, set sofa. Rartan coffee
table, chests of drawers, trunk,
floor lamp, rugs, drapes, rods.
etc. Alberto Navarro No. 6, El
Cangrelo.-fter 6 p.m.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-36' Wheeler, sport,
fishing boat and family cruiser.
New Chrysler Crown Special. 125
h.o Fully equipped. Asking
$5000.00. Home phone Curundu
4295- office Clayton 4291.
FOR SALE:-60 HP Ford Engine.
Michigan Marine, reverse gear
with couplings and propeller
shaft Jar lro -T.- S Pry p
all items S40.;0. loI 'fbA&a.
2-1471, Apt. 712-C. El Prado. '
Hurricane with standard and rac-
_. .: ing lower',,nits. $250.00. Phone
1 j' Uf Panama Line
l. Earl J. Donnelly. member rs
iten driving by car to Iilt the staff of the Resources and
da or relatives n a .distwt Civil Works division of the Blu-
* i-don't. ay, "W.91 get there Ireau of the Budget. is among. the
~.' nd noon." Insteoad a4 thLat g passengers scheduled to ago
IWft will arrive ether before or from New York tomorrow aboec
ifdr lunch. the rrltanhlf n thon niin._.. T.v..y
FOR SALE: Dodge Coronet,
perfect condition, duty paid. Bar-
gain. Telephone 2-1259,. office
FOR SALE:-1948 Cadillac, 4-
door Sedan, block, W-S-W tires,
leather upholstery, radio. Bar-
gain. Telephone 6333, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
Convertible Rocket engine, per-
fect condition, excellent rubber,
$650.00. Clayton 87-7223.
FOR SALE:-"49" Mercury Conv.
Bid. "90," Apt. "A" 2nd St.
Coco Sol.to, C.Z.
FOR SALE:-1948 Stude Land
Cruiser. Overdrive, excellent con-
dition, $400.00. Balboa 1251.
FOR SALE-Ford, 1951 Victoria
with Fordomatic drive. Phone
FOR SALE:-Pontiac '51 Cata-
lina. Leather seat covers, radio,
W-S-W tires, car in excellent
condition. Telephone 2-2823.
FOR SALE:-1950 Customline
Ford. Good tires, radio, new seat
covers, good condition through-
out, clean. J. T. Chapman,
2615A-Sago Ave. Cocoli, Phone
FOR SALE.-1952 Pontiac Se-
don. Excellent condition. Call
86-2227 before 3:30, after 3:30
FOR SALI:-1949 Buick Super
Feordr Sedan Shiny block
pain. Standard tramnsmbsin.
Clean interior. New reduced to
$575.00. Full price. Clpen Me-
toa. Tels. 2-1033, 2-1035.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super
Sedan. Radio, new seat covers,
W-W tires. $850.00. Alb. 2241.
SFOR SALE:-Magnificent lot, ex-
cellent location. Parque Lefevre.
Near Golf Heights. Bargain price.
Telephone 6333 Balboa. 2-1701
FOR SALE OR RENT:-5 hec-
tares farm with fruit trees, river,
light and water. Concrete house
for residence,at 25 minutes from
the city. Apply at Cardoze &
Lindo. Telephone 2-1544.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom
concrete furnished house in El
Voile. Title floors, bearing fruit
trees, all weather road, lovely
view. will sell very reasonable.
Male offer Phone Cristobol
2170, Box 465. Margarita. C.Z.
Los Cumbres. Three lots ot ing
1585 meters on Via Los Cobs,.
less than block from highway. $2
a meter. less if you buy all. Cash
or time. 3-2564 Miss Prilo.
Via EspaA No. 34
JUNGLE JIM JAUNT TO
Feb. 11th. 12th, 13th
Sponsored by Hotel El Panama.
3 Full Days. Leave February 11 th
at 7:30 a.m. return late Sunday
afternoon 13th. Fishing through
the Pearl Islands, visiting 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-
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clin-
ic, 209 Central Avenue, beside
Copitolio Theater. Phone 2-3479
Package tour to Bogota during
february! Only $120.00 gives
you round-trip passage, airport
transportation, two nights in lux-
urious Hotel Tequendamo, sight-
seeing tour, ticket to real bull-
fight, with world famous bull-
fighters Apancio, Pedres, Giron,
Chicuelo II. Call Avionca, Pan-
ama 2-2956, or your travel a-
gent for details.
from our new shipment a New
Yorker. the sewing machine that
pays for itself. European Furni-
ture Store, Central Ave. and
21st Street Easr.
Why pay more for merchandise
than necessary? We Import your
goods for you. Only 80o for Our
service. Get your merchandise
and be able to compete.-Kurt
Reimer, Post Box 2023, Ancon,
Repair all kinds of bamboo furni-
ture. Work done at your hone.
Workmanship guaranteed. Tel.
2-5173, Home Jimmy. CaJle
Juan B. Sosa No. 22.
FOR SALE:-dne Plymouth en.
gine, 2 clutches for G.M. 671,.
I %2 to I reduction gear. Colon,
BARGAIN-3 Boxer puppies. 8..
wki. aol. Mutt sell before Sun-.
day. Make your own ofter. Coff
3-2145 from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Piano accordion,
Poolo Soprani, 120 bass. 7 reg.
sisters. Telephone 3-5705.
FOR SALE:-1 Remington shot-
gun 12 gauge. Reasonably pric-
ed. From 4;00 p.m, tp 6:00 p.m.
House 044,O-L 1M ngipDhi St.
SALE: AKC registered box-
upp Light brindle with black
k...; 3 months old. ideaF aifor
d dog :or LWith hildeen.
mpols in pedigree. Tile
te Panoma 3-5371.
Ish stenographer with know.
! of Spanish wishes full or
tOm employment. P. 0. Box
#d your hoete will proWbably i f lg I a Pp ra l U I
you if you make Itafter. J There are also 46 paissngsr Night ahletic 8etiviUe will n
!r inc"e, Haiti. .. La Boca High School under the
l NL CE -l i The complete advance passen-. posorship of the La oBoca Cilar h
i1Afls oP AMERICA er list for Cristobal follows: opening night will fear
cAN ZONE league volley ball for girls, m P'l
DIVINs r o .ALOAer Mr' tennis nd skating are listed. locodi
elen "'' afred A. and M ron Bnerlow: M. A The committee that control paeif
plaint. and Mrs. Thomas A. Burke: Mr. the activities follow: met
stuart L. Sherwood. and Mrs. John Campbell: r. -ma le s Ouncil: Chair-e l, -
., suS, s ded and Mrs. Frederick Cartwri ght; a Ho rd Va.ora; vice-
S. ,, c .sMSons Mr. and Mrs Joseph Cr o- chairman, Malcolm 'Sandiford ..
Sv poie s zo pher: Mrs. Helen E. Deacon secretary: Henry Clark; memthe e
, ACTIO FOR DWVoC:. and Mrs. JoH eacon;. L' bars" Hubert Remice, Carlyle those
&o alve-named defendant IC lak... JUnn H wdCey; ?Ars rhlli- that .
are herey mrequred'to sppeAr mnu.Dorothy B. Dennis: Mr.D Clark Jr., Irene Howard, Phyllis that. .
t empli fila-s the above. and Mrs. Donovan: Earlj. e Pearl Simmons, Clarence and is
action luthin n-nely dso ae- lDonnelly: Mr. and Mrs. ftha Skeete, James Howard. Advisor oota
oDod ,ure to o appear Ehrlieh: Waldo .England; 3I 1 Parchment.
cowe of yourfailur a envEhrih Wald En.- 2Men'sSenior Volleybalilplat.
onswe. j %A11 Imptakde landlMrs. Robert Q .CFenl ;eaue: Captains: Clarence' P ag
"theC 1u". Guthr'e r Philli L. Oerk; Irv G ISkeet., Malcoh bndlford How-,*Ia
&M de. a s? stric' W. RichardGralinger; R :ard VanHBorn, Hubert Remlceilaborli
fr Catne cnanl z. eruary raa., ad M. th Carence Small, and Arturo A. Pr
I .T. cCtmk. Jr. Clerk 3.-Mae's Minor Volleyball it-
1. r Pe.. htefl Deputy Clerk i Mr. and Mrs. William E. IHagl e I -: Capt.ans: James How-, M
-it PnL Ieonr C Mrs. Katherine arermanns MWsard, Robert Brown. Jr., Clarence Va ,
?A' r'v eduoanad Mrs. Robert maHi: :' f Porde. and Luther Trotman. t;o
o tt,-st.'e t rnurt of Robert L. &ann MPsN Mi.-am1 .en'1' H .fd Fer-r y .125. and,Kadet: Mr. and. M Albert .,JhlGoodq, and
.. 'i C n"rk .'P :1id r;n'lld tates -Kahn.John J. KieslinR: Mrs. :from
3S--r T 'as Committee:
L -ert ( for neoD Dv,.on a Baboa IHelen Knight Dr. and Mrs. Jos- Tennis Commttee fo
ry 2. 145. hua Leiner: Prank Lescrin; Mr Cba Cammite Chair-k.
c. T. Mcconnick. Jr. Clerk. and Mrs. Henry Lester; Mr. .Co ittee Chair- 2n T
I4es dol. Pes, Chief Deputy Clerk ,Mr J Douglas Lord an'd n" W a
S:Dr. and Mrs. j Horace Loscalzoa1: 1t Acvtle. eye
S~ Mr. e and Mrs. Melille H. Lvrnpn:1 It-e
__ -'-- Mr. ard Mrs. J. Clifford MrBrlde; plant
,Mr. and Mrs. Wn. J. McLau'h- w' i w
ii C Jr. and Mrs. Laura C. McLin E I fl
Of New Tire Prime
rYour Worn Tim
I. seAU u
^I~js.S taue_ .rjjiJI
S.M- and Mrs. Thomas J. Ma-
.nliss: Mrs. Charles 8. Ma:
s Ann Miller; Mr. nd AMrs.
Alfred 8. Moss: Heary Miller
Jr.: Mr. and Mr&. Jut bi. New-
man; Miss Ruth PdenOd ; Mr.
crtaM PottbI: ng:
n:ts; Mr. Stuart mnd M r. RI-
,.K Saomes Sha n eu chirs.
Black: Mr. and Ml Jaeob
;en: Miss E. M. T'e; Miss
lalre Vanderhoff: Misc Lumy
Vande rhoff: Mr ad Mr d-.
rd Wechler: .r. snd Ma. Zd-
0. WhiuS Ad-w MMr. and
Alc Wafl aBd GFee amChu.
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a 1upE.kiWft II
IldJwli'a.qar, tnts. fr re: at
SPlqQfiatuOit acolbo*$ 3681
Santao It Box 435, Balbo .
Phone P 3-1877. Crinto-
bol 3--1 ,.
Gramleh'b Santa Clara Beah
Cottaw. Modern conveniences,
modot'roats Phone Gamboo
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Santa Clara. Low rates.-
Phone atlpa 1866.
WILLIAMS Santa Clara Beach
Z-bpdqT.ftm Boalboo 3050.
Sa F. ftl umnshed house...
os bh, at aSt Clara. Tete-
phIne UM H Balboa 1772.
FRO RENT ir
FOR RENT:-Fumished chalet. whici
two bedroom, living, garden, Siv i
ardge, refrigerator. 11A St. No. in pr
San Francisco de la Coleto. and
FOR fElT:--Fumlsh d chalet. 3 gardl
bedrooms. 2 bathroom, hot water Shar
installatln, in La Exposicion. an"e
Colle 3-1206 from 8 o.m. to 3 iz1.
Pamr ed, W
FA RENT:.-Portly furnished 3 Exe
Bedroom "residence in FedericO The
Boyd Avenue. Phone 3-3697. these
FOR KENT: Chalet: ne bed- then
room, living-dining room, kitch- home
en, en Qardo Joi de Son Mar- be e
tin No. '6; downstairs. also D
FOR RENT ben
ATINTION 55.1. Jut built just
modern furnished apartments, 1.
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wter India,
Ponama 3;4941. ma t
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
fulnished 2 & 4-belroom apart-
merits. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386.
FQR RENT: 2 a oartnents ltv-,
1 4,-irm7 roam, hi bedrmOBS.i ,,
kifcne~j FOaD. WIa N rtmrt
,I l, l 'bedre ari.
kitchen, bathroom. Spacious Io-
cole, 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.
FO -RRENT: 2 bedroom cool
spacious, desirable apartment in
best residential district. Colt 2-
1661 during business hours.
FOR RENT:-Modern one bed-
room apartment with -forge din-
ing room, porch, bathroom,
kitchen, dry closets newly paint-
ed, located near Canal Zone. Is'
floor apartment. Rent $60.00.
Phone Panoma 2-0027 or 3-
SFQR RENT.-Furnmlshed living..
room, dining room, 2 bedrooms,
gas stove, refrigerator. Independ-
ent. 43rd Street No. 64* fih :,
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-
ment, screened, Porras Avenue.
56. $65.00. CalTel.m.23T l
3-0234-Key apartment 6.
FOR RENT:--Cool beabutiat l-a
apartment, 2 roomo, Expmilron
Grounds, completely furniihe4.
Only 2 months. Telephone 2-
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1u lP Stalls, hetoi1 ep m
can be culvotfl t l tIWI
t and expens S. private ws
p method 0! swUn I
plants amd tfea&tth&w A
e habitat and of ,ld g Wl at.
gLrow anu fkw1kinr u 0i *
tplained. h S Mar
ean mbe trw, '3*, 1f
t ofutoo* nI l
0. the oatl rya tl Wt
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OGDEN, Utah -UC) DI oWler H
you like to play fit soad when t
Wel, Joe T. Shieiwsu s auS.s
And now he does it for a iaigly iAa T a
Only the heads JoeB "play er bo l l-
new are truag on a e pawi isN. a ..
an 'abacus, and tht. eves JTaurBe 9r ar
mathematical' le ltat, an lea~ a % ti
I cmoremaa .l "bead whi l i
ceiSe S arte tal
metbem. 16W. 10aheus p Sid WM4 -i 4
addWI* machine t as jdta4 ib Wkil f
bootn jewas y a*!a but ho snay u4St, o.w fr'l4',Ilk
batead, 4ansf4e4e 'eean at S ta b a. IA
anIn themJapchines 14ora-b --$ec*asMa0
abacus. He's a fast tiat Ie easy t'eea c jt
a -s msL4Ortilep
such.hat rthati diatit
FOR RENT--Furnished opdt-..
inqnt. Refrigerator, si !
Via Espefia, house beo Jd -
FOR RENT:-Aportment, 2 bet-
rooms, living-dining room, mal' i
room, garage ot "Campo Ale-
Te. Telephone 3-2720.
FOR RENT: Furnished, CV
bedroom modern opa trmI l.
glirlge. 168. Via Belisorio Ft-
FOR RENT: eoautifuflv forwi
shed large room. kitchen, Per
IIa Visto, M&Wca Av. f9, fl
S 43rd St.Phone 3-A. .
FOR RENT -Fumrnhed rotl m
and apartments. "-Emdii~nh M
SNo. 98. Tel. 2-1508.
-FOR RENT:-- Bphy fu-f
~ni hed In Bell*aV N Ell I
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W.M Progress' Made
- Mer.ger Of CIO-AFL
9 (UP),lcome out specifically for or a!
anaetinx against the merger.
loor, re- The president. and two repre
oidered sentatives each of. the AFL and
" towrd CIO met today. Ten represents.
ir d of ties of each were scheclthld to
ha= 1a6 confer tomorrQw. Any decisions
reached perp will be subjectt ao ap
ge Meany proval by a 45-man CIO board and
euthar. is-, a 17-men AFL Executive Council
and then at their meotig In April and thbn
questions, to approval 'by the AFL and CIO
convention whiCh are asheduled
AFL Prespdeet Geor
and MCIO bod Walter R
sued A bri statement .
destioed to AwOwr ayM
"Ebe JoJ~ubt committee off he
AFLCIO uity committee met to-
day, and for- the first time had an
or ny explore details In-
lveda e Oens of aehiev.
Iag Mlaor btt.
"We feel that constructive prog.
ress in the direction of a better
understandft -was acteved.
"The ITmboamittee will continue
these discussalons at 10 a.m. toipor-i
row. The il ALCIO tinity com.-
mittee will meet at l2 noon to-
An AFL -spokesman later said
that Meay aqd Reuther felt that
"no. good B1 be done by discnsu-
Ing anything with the press at this
time because the subomittee's.
preliintry work i -o.-
Both Rkeuther ad !Meay were
,milling when they came out of
i he meeting. Meany and Ieather
,indicated In advance the two-day
,ecnferanefno vwe of a eruel na.
Under present plans, the merg-
er would create, a single trade u-
nion group but would preserve
"the independence" of each af-
filiated national and international
union. The jurldictional and oth-
er problems between rival unions
would be worked out later.
A main roadblock to any final
agreement is whether every u-
nion will be required to sign a no-
rading pact. Both the AFL and
the CIO appear in favor of volun-
tary No-raiding agreements. But
Dave Beck, head of the 1,200,00"-
member AFL Teamsters Union,
has refused so far, to sign a no-
The effects of even .a loosely-
united federation -of t5 million
members would be fatr sweeplng
The merger probably wold give
labor more influence in- elections.
And some leaders feel that such a
federation might lead to the rise
of a labor party in the future.
A jIHonoi.7 -te world'sI
IdMals of $4 per share
S,..comInM from 195)
=CaW, declaredd the
d fia of .U25 on the
red ad $.9375 on the
S. for the,,
at*on last October's
to yWr help," he
aSuads and thousands
lMvea were saved" and
Alped recover from
1 74hnadmus effect* a&
SMaglatre, who with
cmr as w e m a cre a.I-.
ture. They felt that either the The CIO was begun by United J CRISTOSAL hn.wasl0 0. C.aS M .
mrger would result from the Mine workers boss John. L,. Lewis f Air-"odtoed THE QLUIET MAN. -- Color
meetings or 'the" merger idea and representatives of seVen oth- :s- ss Thursda "THY NE G*oB.'S wire'
would be abandoned. er unions who started an depend-
' "* eat organizig drive in Novemniber, :',0 0,., gl ,.
"I look forward to an- interest- 1935. The group favored "vertical" PAAIM 0 :15 8 | IM A 4OC a
fg meeting," Reuther said, as he memberships which. covered all "LAGRIDAS KOBADAS" BIW1J 19SS 15',
entered a third floor ocean-front branches of a single industry in-
tk te oft he Roney Plaza Hotel stead of "horizontal" -unions' cov- F
where the meting was held. elng crafts, w i ws the ba -ISAMSY61 -.
., 1 a .^ ~~of the AFL ors.niatidn. .,W *i*~ia.lK ,t^~BKB^
penaftf Wa merger",! Meay The'-AFL suspendd the' CM
said, just as nan-committal astbe group in September 1M, but the
CIO.eader. CIO prospered in te steel, rub- i
ber and auto industries and held
Muaany has advocated- eembnnay lits first convention in 198. Lewis
the onions since he seeded the resigned as CTO president in 1941
late Wilam eGreen as AFL presi. and later withdrew his mine DARING ... THE MOST SEXATI.M.PICTUNE |
dent in 1ML. Reuther has never workers.. "OF THE DECADE! ."
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'Takehiko Bessho Goes
against Tommy Hughes;
Giants Blank Sodamen
By J. J. HARRISON Jr
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The Tokyo Giants will use the big man of their
htrling staff-26-game winner Takehiko Bessho--,
Iwhen they clash tonight at 7:30 at the Olympic Sta-
dium with the Smokers. Smoker manager Frank
Austin has assigned fireballing Tommy Hughes to
start for his team, and if necessary, Sodamen pitch-
ers Stanley Arthurs and Andres Alonso will also
Isthmian feather w eig ht
champion Pedro Tests ad No.
I contender Isidro Martins to-
day signed a contract with
promoter Louis Craig for a ten-
round over-the-weight non-
title bout, at the Colon Arena
The two classy feather"
weights agreed to make 1M0
pounds for their third meet-
ing. Tesis holds two victories
over 'Martinez, the last one a
highly disputed decision in a
15-round championship boat.
Two six rounders and one
The fair-sized crowd whlh four rounder will complete the
-went out to the ball park last program. The card will be
Night despite uncertain weptner presented to the Colon Boxing
Conditions to take in the contest Commission for approval on
between the reinforced Sodamen Monday.
t' and the Giants. was rewarded
With as fine a ball :rame that
could be asked for anywhere.
Great pitching on both sides Tigh S ueeze
featured the game, which saw GIANTS
the Giants eke out a 1 to 0 vie- GIANTS
tory with a run" that was not
scored until the eighth inning. layers a r h o
et e r Hirooka, 3b 3 0 1 0 2
SStarted for the Giants and Hirai, as 4 0 0 1 4
ave up the Smokers' two hit- ;Higasa, If 3 0 0 1
S bunt single to Alonso Brah- Kawakami, lb 4 0 1 9 1
Iwa..oto, ef 4 0 0 1 0
waite in the second inning with 2b 4 0
W outs, and a leadoff single by Naito.b4 0 0 1
ch-hitter Reinaldo raldKakural, rf 2 1 0 2 r
,h third. Fuj o, 3 0 0 11 0
Right-hander Takuml Otomo Minamlmura 1 0 0 0 0
Strel.eved in the sixth and was the Otomop 1 0 1 0 2
W. winning hurler. The only Smek- tomo. P 1 0 1 0
Ser to reach first bNse during 0-- To
tonm's stint on the mni'nl ws TAKUMI OTOMO Totals 30 1 3 27 11
Clyde Parris, who walked in the
seventh. game and dramatically got Par- Minamimura grounded out for
ris, the last man, out in the Nakao in 6th.
S Nakao struck out five bat- ninth.'
tenr and Otomo ,v. Otomo's three first deliveries
ST, losers ,seo four oltrhers. to Parris in that inning were 8ODAMEN
W1--mbertn Robinun and Johnnrv balls. His fourth offering was a
ltqerald worked tho Firr cix called strike and Parri fouled Moore, cf 4 0 0 1 0
,rni s and ave up no safeties.'off the next. Parris took a Lopez, ss 3 0 0 4 2
SAlertn Osorlo took ov r In the mighty swine at the payolf E.Osorio. b 4 0 0 7 0
Seventh and gave un three hits pitch and missed and there Parris,3b 0 0 3
t" thov inrin- run. Arthurswas the ball game. Prescott, If 2 0 1 0
'fi'--'ed the fr me IParris' was criticized by many Gladstone, rf 3 0 0 0 0
*-** Giants 'hreaten-d to fans for grabbing the ball when Brathwaite, Al., 2b 3 0 1 1 1
I *r in the fourth frame vwhen Otomo laid down his bunt. The McDonald, c 2 0 0 11 0
Shortstin Sphi'ro Hiral wis afoIdissenters argued that in any Kellman, c 1 0 0 0 1
-on Parris' throwing er-nr. Left case there would have been no Robinson, p 0 0 0 0
Itedler K'zo f ami gs wplkplP and chance for a play so it wouldd Grenald 1 0 1 0 0
Marst bRsir'n Tetr'-r KEin wa- have been logical to gambi? on Fitzgerald, p 1 0 0 0 0
-: n mi fan ned entcr'leld" T.q-the ball rolling foul and having Osorio, A., p 0 0 0 0
*,- J:imton t' --m.' bhtl,'r Otorno come back to the plate. Brathwaite, Ar. 1 0 0 0 0
il ioller to third. arri fpied- In a light game however, it Arthurs, p 0 0 0 0
S h-t. bll. sterner orn tret b"P lq usually some little break
S h .hre to that brings the showdown anfd Totals .28 0 t 27 a
ltmteh doinbleply1 the Giants'must be Itven-4dl Grenatd singled for Robinson in
S3 ifEa w k credit for their slgljd win. 4th.
a b turninB point came 1n the Typical Japanese courtesy was
p ith. Rightfieldr Minoru Ka- demonstrated In the first inning Score by Innings
P es drew a free nahsg. Catcher after Hector Lopez was hit in
S'-Ori Flflio whiffed and then the seat of his pants by a ball Giants 000 000 010-1 3 1
frdl'e pitcher, Otomo, came to pitched by Nakao. Sodamen 000 000 000-0 2 2
a '-'-te. The gentlemanly hurler left
i ."-n dronppd a bintr nar his place on'the mound to get Summary. Runs batted in:
-" 1-1 a'l r'l nes" Lopez who was on his way Hirooka. Earned runs: Giants 1.
S Id'" l-- the tbil-d bne lirpe to first and touched the peak Left on bases: Sodamen 4, Giants
fiv r'- hri been fieldincr n clo'e of his cap in a gesture of ape- 5. Sacrifice hits: Prescott. Hit by
i the b,"nt and wpit'-rl hrihflv logy. Lopez acknowledged the pitch: Ndkao (Lopez). Struck
e je, If the ball wonid Pu fo"l exrespion of regret whilp the out by: Nakao 5, Otomo 6. By:
RlBPr i however. decided ton rah appreciative fans applauded. Robizlson 4. Fitzgerald 4, Osorlo
Sbell hptor *It settled hut The stoic Japanese Pttained their ?. Bases on balls off: Otomo 1.
ire was no play anywhere and triumph after having, been in- Off: Robinson Fitzgerald 1,
r 10 potential tie-breakinq run formed byh cable that their cl-h'c Osorio 1. Pitchers record: Robin-
S on second. I"'wner, Shuji Yasuda, had died son 0 runs, 0 hits in 3 innings;
,. "hlr l ----a '.. ":-- M jin Tokyo. One minute of silence Nakao runs, 2 bits in 5 innings;
t aks dril"d a single through -vas observed to Yasuda's mcmo-I'Osorio I run, 3 hit in 2 innings.
Ab ; dll 4l'e oeft"- d----.... --r -," before the Giants took the Frrors: Giants (Hirail. Sodamen
wer od bvu anrid K'--''-"..I"-nn'- field in the fifth innin". j Parris 2). Losing pitcher: A
red in t-, score. Hf l h 'etn'-k 'the visitors' best hitter, out- Osorlo. Winning pitcher: Otonmo
Jki aM fleao reedd Hirrfoka fielder Wallv Yonaminn. who Doubleplays: Parris, E. Osorlo.
iend tle. i"inT. batted .3a2 in Jaoan last season. Umpires: Williams, Parchment,
." tomon handled matters beeu- has not been playing here be- Thorton. Time of game: 2:02.
't".1. to- the remainder of the caue of a sprained ankle 97p
n enn, N. C Slate
Peca-Dooley Lead Pan-Canal Take Long Stride
Sling Championships With Toward NCAA, Ber.
8 Pr Pennsylvania and North Carol)-
I na State each took a long strike
Today toward a berth in the
T 84 Points In Doubles Pla AA Basketball Tournament
S-- of powerful Niagara and Connec-
S- -- -- ticut.
Colonel Peca and Major Dooley of Fort Amador Officers Pennsylvania, leading all the
owgn League led at the completion of play Tuesday night in way, took a tight grip on first
eI. doubles championship of the 1955 Panama Canal Bowling lace In the Ivy League by turn-
.Amplonships being held this week at the Diablo Clubhouse Ing back the challenge of second-
-Owline alleys. The Peca-Dooley-team scored a'scratch total df place olumbia. 62-54, ad North
SJS with a handicap of 21. .or a total of 1284. Carolina State tied Maryland for
l . I .1 the Atlantic Coast Conference
l eight bohiad Pees-Dooley was the team of Bob Bowen lead by trouncing Virginia, 114-
dsd R4e r illi.eu.n of the Major League who scored the 97.
fhest ethrateh .ttal thus far of 1176, with a handicap of Butthe start:tni news came
only 100, for a ali of 1276. from Syracuse, N.Y., where Sy-
racuse followed up its surprise
Third in line was the team of McLellan-Parks who scored a defeat of Holy Cross by beating
~g-.ratch total of 1040 with a handicap of 218 for a total of 1258. Niagara, _7-83 and from Han.-
. 8ver, N.H, where Dartmouth wal-
The standings in the doubles championships as of Tuesday loped Co7 nreticut, t9-54.
lOht were: Dartmouth had beaten Con-
necticut once before by a single
Team Scratch Handicap Total point, -9S., in the final round
Peca-Dooley. . . . . 1068 216 1284 of December's New England
S]owen-Oeichman. . . . 1176 100 1276 Tournament. But Connecticut
S.MLelan-Pars. . . . . 1040 218 1258 entered at night'. game with a
SPtehewski-Cleslelski . . .1009 244 1253 17-2 record a nd was heavily la-
SWilkes-Walker. . . . . 92 262 1224 vored. .
*W rons-Schecker. . . . . 984 238 1222 In other leading games last
SO Cataldo. . . . . 1032 186 1218 night: Oege Wahinton No.
s. Olacbbe-Clupper. . . . 1022 102 1214 8 .n =oaImy) .won Tts sixlh
meers-Sbheehy. . . . . 982 232 1214 straight, 73-1_, ever Maryland
Morrow-Thompson. . . . 979 230 1209 (No. 18 Itlomt y); Hal Haabes-
o tadhI's N o vr Prineethn to a
MWTe Presho-CosioB and Stephens-Thomi teams of the 73-47 Iftoer Gtr 09 ll that kept
S Major League aore4d eend high in the scratch totals last Co01n1t111 foM. tadil second place
Y ig.ht with 11., but with very mall handleas because of in the as I s itw e downed
t" .t theirtUm.h tldiidaJd avegages, failed to total wthis the fvrst Tex In, go- ,ln the southwest
theirhig in idu ave s fConference;. inwa State trounc-
t ry ed mana, In the Big
STonight the Balcer-Best: Coffey-Colbert, and several theirr edn St. J77a" i te ordi
.,M of C Lewisy bowlers will endeavor to knock out the hod. n -M..d in:piBonto by
,ifeom made tus fa.. alcer haa already scored a 701 series li n b eNa dn ove-.
la Play. Play starts at 71:00 p.m. ti College ; bat Hvard trounc-
______________________ Yale, S0-M: wmhgton and Lee
routed Roanohb, 100-a:; Idaho
m.State' rOluS Uh4 place in the
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RALBOA LIONS FARM TEAlt 8ponsorail by thh Wapaps Lions ]ha
left to right: Peter Denton, Ed. Decatal, Roberto Disras, Ted Al a
Engelke, Jimmie Bay. John Adams and .Bobb7 Patchett. StandS
Bob Lincoln, James silce, William Mounts, Robert dah taph, R 8
Lau hlin Jackle Blaney and Robert Blaney CoachrBIR teek and
Caribbean Series 1
To Open Tomorrow
By WALTER C, WATSON loaded with hustle, determina-
ltion ad ffIt.
The seventh Caribbean Series L b a a r wo
gets underway tomorrow at Ca- have no "fet in Caracas: defer
'racas, Venezuela, in what should svety possession one of the fir
be one of the richest series eve; eat'oufted in base3ll; deep I
played in the history of the top t pitchin and the ur
classic, usual t to ttake te big on
In 4ke fteh theo *tM Will bat
The Caracas ball park se- tie everF iLn Of the way an
commuodates 45,000 persons and fight to the last out for clhan
the star-studded ineups of the plohwsbp honors.
various teams are sure to draw It 4 raIzed that the expert
capacity crowds. will conced the Panama team i
Willie Mays, the Say Hey kid:- good bu .aot in the class of San
Ruben Gomez, Chico Carrasquel, tixtre of Puerto R ic and Almen
Conrado Marrero, WilliUe Mlran- dares of Cuba.
ia and Humberto Robinson are But, ti the humble opinion c
among the Major Leaguers par- the writer, this same-theory fall
ticlpating and collectively or in- ed when Panama' wen the 191
dividually are possibly the best series :t Puerto Rico and will a
late attractions the Caribbean gan0 tlis year.
series have ever had. Anytbi .a can happen t
With our own pro Lease short aUeries, and a good brtea
showing a deficit of several here or there is all this tet
thousand dollars at the cleeetf needs.
the season, It Is hoped that this Good luck to. AI Kubski an
sc;Sa w3 dp*be a rich q11 y M)"".
mei n,,e hosselNonf=-hto low rst "Of th
Sthis- year's series Is Al KubWs 3:..'s ci flo":
Panama team. The selJctMion is
not based on any extreme do. YANKEES (Panama)
agree of loyalty to Panama or
Kubski. It Is basd on the, faCt Bap Da, t M. d MiiSa,
that this team is without an Cha D"souglas, Jsak P F s, Jobi
individual star, but is well Ftgerald, Milton o raff, BUT
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THIRTIETH TEAR PANAMA, R. P., WD AT, FEBRUARY 9,1955
LAST CIVILIANS OFF TACHEN|
TROOPS BURN INSTALLATIONS
SM(NEA TeletDuring TACHEN ISLAND, Feb. 9 (UP) r i t e than that
IMOrew Fin New York, -Chinese Nationalist troops be. ''a-. of te iad of Tachen,
intervey Matow, former om gan burning installations on Ta*- Matsumoy.
: tarvey Matusow m br who chen island today after the last i .Foreign .ela-.
iunimist Party or the BI civilians had been evacuated. . .. ote 11 to 2
ay hed ingave false testimony Nationalist soldiers, working in. to Unted States to
y ut e Owe attimore at a haze of smoke, formed a human after malad o t
out Owen Latee hearing nata conveyor belt to haul supplies: el elw q"IiMt. wa would be o mitrte
C tled to perj ury from hillside positions tot he wait.' I *.* .". ... ,.- ne.e i e tbe commit- &
thagast g mi ne Lattimore.t i n :l.a/-'n.c.'. .. m e off-shore I.
*e__ _ s C- .1meriean Marines woricerd ". -,.a 4: f' a /
through the night to aid the Chl.- T treaty action came as U.S. iw S
.^ nese in loading their ammunition, .offi .ial adeated this country wl bout a
S T artillery and vehicles ontothe e- .. oppose a. "eneva-type" confer-
sslan Throws v.a cuation vessels. e. L
Civilians had left the Islands' IIoh Foreign Miistry in,
first.F Pi l oedthat Soviet For-
rft Demolition explosions ro c k e d i eI iter V. M. Molotov has
r Ov Tachen island as Nationalist i propsit uch a coPece.
troops began loading their artil-. F ?.
lery pieces aboard American T-. wa0-m "abut the
rican Ls ,a in the last phase of the is- 00 16W tye we, cast by ii
0 Ame Kansl land's evacuation. --- v uM- '- ---rke.)'
Soldiers struggled through ankle.- an idiags (r-S_ .) w ho UI
deep mud on the bitterly cold -l..' dfMe..Premsient Else-
ENNA, Feb. 9 (UP) The beaches with ammunition and sup- is ead-olrmosa reolu- -AtT
s claimed today they Bonetired American Mar I n e 'sH S.rtar _of State. John Foster drenchi
e official U.S. Army and Army officers cursed and Dull.s a urged the Senate com. day w1
Department espionagem two swore through interpreters in an mtte to act quickly on the pact, thundsl
cans whtaken from with attempt to keep the ant-like' Is4thiat war in Asia could
cans who scuffled with lne.s moving. bew arded off if this country stood T
t agents in a cloak-and i Even Island commander G e n. fim. JSItsfl determination to sup. ut,. I
incident at a Vienna Llu Lien-chi showed amazement port Ntulist China. he
house.last Saturday nigh at the amount of ammunition his Sen. later F. George (D-Ga.) he
e two Amercans, Roberstroops were lugging down out of om mitte chairmate b said he 317I
y and ol. Francis J. M the hills to the muddy beaches. WITH THE. SEVENTH FLEET A flight dels offer aboard a ay 1 Said is teal ias to coler
ca n erHundreds of American amphibious carrier of the U, Seve th Fleet Iv the a for takeoff to pe atton by tomorrow night bu
were splashed with landing assault boats ran dizzy a et in the catapult, while a io vers nearby. elt a ot e
surrounded by m there to circles in the choppy fularor taking e Pa th l a t e. e
sealed of the coffee Nation the endless loads of ammunition nations supervisory commisrder on go aoard lamtnding caI with all their (e Jr said fI is
Sexitsng th a boxes guns, Chinese soldiers and to the west coast area to see eq .uipment. landing craft ie "treaty th
U.S oemtasasi me o whpairhfood. n G entN pdI andbraved tis i
Seas food. hen they went pounding out "proof" that the doight occurred were taking od mountains of anm- we I beatue of umnveanty ove
one to the_ ce because oe through the waves to waiting trans- romver Korea andr not over interu-ah munitione and pes.w att
Spr ovocation for a lo and landing craft. tinis waters as claimed by the The nasoimsd L woeretakingt d evr. aditof
1. J. Nalivako, told GrI Almost every minute the island United States.ed to eveterere wi th dow to theg r ta I
official l to meet him there rocked to dynamite explosions and the evacation M arines, fully armed strand barbed wi
toervthe westad clouds of dirt an old corresponderynts thmke and in battle dress, were ashoreki a,the ?eillanm hues f eb
the p air Included U.Iv. Ar- all civn the hilans abovlready had be Nach. at Tachen and tod playto41o n of com ei of y Wa te-, rI
Id1tit cards, a letter asking eva ated aa bombing, and Ri was thU S of Nv
.ut .orites A Artr the owetache e e atd t he tran ob was to keep order oonaprobtb. t'NSat e pa
we v lth teeming beaches. where athou- wouldmburn ,everything totses od te bI
of hi mion" and a Thpiece Naof fortificationalis general revningealed s of Chinese m en, women and ground before they leave.
S Manning tried to whatio they dit dgo on without inter- ben were waiting fora chance Giant Navy derricks ab ow MSi'r
aill" Nlivaikoto om- Liu vowed the Nation alI at 1t board Nationalist and Ameri- landing "s lifted a h ip srd
trbeer, e dngntouthe "Ifw someone has moretu power evacuation to Frnsp ormosa, 00 miles ataboard inthe crow o.as
t they seized document, nts dritha the Communists from the I the south. brought maebe miitaari* 's m ltr e ie .
the B ThenM regaest aid "Te Commists will do Neary, an Army beach team es S re pad. a ae;. avi
g" that the Americans soon-to.be-evacuoatcl Island. gun ash asd re immediately shuttling munitia t u and supper.i
been planning this fla-f I promise to return to Tachen," set them up in en the Cou. to the beadh sesies.
prav p- atio n aor0rashanded 0r b e to a ating transport 4=10e I? 0t o Lso of 3^
Stov-powcaton for na long he aid. t was under fre o suddenly came. ouve t of hiding
rtWe have to come back somen ad attempted tom o inatefere" with I eem-l f1 at.
official eSoviet Infotna-'day," he cried emotionally. the evacuation of Tateb.en. Co'mtmmnlr S ackIthi, .o&.ad, -. =ed mh.
servicee said papers to The toldhreeman crew odets that ol. Nichols osehad hgh of New York, TC ,ll ot -* it;
the pair included U.S..Ar-) all civilians already had been N.Y, brought a platoon of cou .-m "-- `IsIt i .W '
identity cards, a letter asking evacuated from both upper an -ready'Marines offa aNavy oak. O-- -o for so
thr Viennas" afin Austria toack lower Ta s r.He estimated athe port and dispirit d te ,in j
lonel Manning in the cam- number at 16,111. along t I he -isrockbound beache.utt
of his mission," and The Natiopallst general revealed "It s confused now'e" ioasd.l iS
apartment letter promim-that nearby Yushan and Pishan is- "But it win b be tter tomorrow b ilat ?n I1
atnem lmtado haitseI ereiepole.be e rbable thatbtoe maorrow." A4 1^6 m.
Wn fm. ly landi s also have been evacuated. Marine Pfc. August Jerlow e of'll' 1unte
in te United States. II eu was asked why he believed 'Brooklyn N.Y., t hi"st, ma ou ri- mdI. t ueor. etl
aCd MSannin met Nall-mthe Communists had allowed thel chieta on ToheneBeach Thennoa ,a liniI"etuft: :t
-o4 the oartenbau coffee'operation to go on wxithnout inter-, he began hoisin gTa ofk'taTu-
at twilight. eKoreance. at mie I nation aboard a-wating LS for i'" m oul s eM i -e a0tundi t ~m
beer, wording to the If someone power evacuation to Formosan ,i miles Fo.rmoga .rblem t.a ,idm.aiy t^i op aEjiBte-dH
i embassy co unt, they than thb e communists have, he to the south. onego with, l. en tii'
S the R uminsh request said, The Communists will do Neary, an Army beach team an y tr d
me..a nly na__. ako stood tounnl. the A c a headed by military adviser It. MeniS Saidhele '_JI liL.. teatdt amemldn ,
e te Col. John j. rpkK of "attle, of anysucesrto-tdSenatevo
three w his beer at the w a a upstanding off shore mua Wash., nd M. ames W. w ,,
t ovr _t gethidden the air above. _. helping Chinese ftbiing lalles a- br t
m e safe. I An American plarne, covering se board a small landing ship for the Ch td orehag tbe
.wapnln m wersitrap-, evacuation crashlanded in the trip to a waiting transport nta g. bW
~Mle it atil t soldiers Pacific Ocean today after first har-br outside e e
Sfour-power International radioing that it was under fire of eet to have the Island sd .
rive and escorted them Red anti-aircraft and then that It cleared by tomorrow after n," l heird sas mtr .
oi e The three-man crew of the at ol ipak had hh rase o hll
left VienaW' after the in- tack bomber was rescued by a the .g spirit and cooperation'
i destroyer. of ithe -rs Nttnalist o-fficialsa o.
Carried-based pilots have report- Ion the isands.1
e r l d previously that Communist ant"i wewas i c ed cu intl. lae C .
Shaircraft guns have opened up on s I baee today b i ll
TIUU)them but no hits were reported. seemmd prbal ta te mjor- a.
have been juat warning shots to' traspo bdhg7-iWve
keep te U.S. planes away from Ingditan to tW diviIans, N.v a wialk iltho t sb:e
islands the Communists hold In the ltoni troops were aimo ioadllding ia ao m t... .'-g
aThe United States and theIt.
ti-,,s. t .+--,, ,, m ! Communists today accused each
-:the riot, _winam_,-__--_.other of violating the Kogare at
the Cana l Z one- a moleran armistice and shooting firtl I .
a for a Pauwm fn Pros- the west coast of North Korea .
_o'f ..the CanVa&l ne, meeting of the almost forgot t a
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