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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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
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
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00652
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FOUNEmD my NNILSNM MOUNSVELL IN ImaE
NARMOOIO ARIAS. EDITOR
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STLEPNHOtM PANAMA NO. 2-0740 I(5 LINEa)
CABLE AmDREsa. PANAMEKRIAN, PANAMA
ColeN OPFICEs 1t.178 CENTRAL AVENUE BETWEENN 12TH AND 13TH STRIEIS
FOE leN REPRIreNTATIVESi JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC
341 MABIEON AVL NEW YORK. (171 N. Y.
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U.S. CITIZEN EMPLOYES
Sir:
In their recently published report of Panama. Canal Corn-
S _ny operations and recommendations, the General Accounting
Offiee representatives recommend the replacement of large num-
bers of American citizen employes with non-U.S. citizens at ,.
somewhat lower rate of pay in order to save a few dollars in op-
erating expenses the 25% differential paid U. 8. citizens em-
ployes and some of the so-called'fringe benefits).
In the first place, there Is and always will be definite need
for a force of highly trained and experienced employes to operate
the various departments of the Panama Canal, and these em-
ployes should be loyal American citizens who are ready and will-
WS to defend the interests of the United States under all cir-
cditktances..
In their shortsighted recommendations, the GAO representa-
tIUvs have purposefully or otherwise failed to mention the fact
the Amnerican citizen employs pay income tax tp the U. S. Gov-
senfltAnt while non-U.S. citizen employes are not subject to this
tax:. therefore, the small savinga-would by very Uislgnificant.
A parallel to such ridiculous action here would be for the
U. 8. Government to import and employ cheap foreign labor in
Washingto. BD.C. and in other Government jobs to replace Amer-
ican citizens, in order to save a few dollars which would then
have to be spent on these same unemployed citizens on relief.
Such thinking is a good example of many of the commenda-
tions of this group of self-styled experts.
The taxpayers of the U. S. paid for the building of this Canal 0
which is said to be self-supporting, and it would seem only just
an fair that such Jobs required In its operation should rightly w
be available to loyal American citizens. p
When, oh when! will the people of the United States wake
up. consider their own financial problem and stop trying to cure
the Hill of the entire world at the expense of themselves, their
children and future generations vet to come.
LOOKING AHEAD
LETTER FINDER
S1r:
A bouquet of thanks and appreciation to the finder and
sender of our lost letter in the Fort Clayton PX lobby. [
This kind favor was very much appreciated and we wish to h
thank the finder again, asain and again! h
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By VICTOR 3IE8lf
There was one fiery speeh de-
Ulvered behind closed CIO doors t
Washington the other day that we .
so hot It had to be struck from
the official records.
It was a 30-minute demand for
the recognition of Red China and
the swift abandonment of Formosa
and Chiang Kai-shek.
The speech was thrown at tt
CIO high command at the mot
unstrategic of moments--justaf
the CIO leadership had beeq
Ing and cocktalling Senate
House leaders. And just as
president Walter Reutehr was
about to fly south for delicate aeggqs
nations with the leaders of ta.
AFL, who are bitterly anti Red
China.
Last week started succea .Ia ,
enough for the CIO leaders .
which Is most sensitive over (G
most skilled in its public e l "
On the night of Monday, Jn.
Walter Reuther and hiso a
dined some 26 Democratie a, .
publican senators in the t /
lower. Far be it from CIO
get the more proletaria n
on -the Hiu--and the next
CIO ran Mrs. Mesta a close s Ie t
with a Hotel Mayflower coelo
party at which 250 representative
mixed well with the hours d'oeuvrft
nd Re'-ther's people.
Sam Rayburn led the fraternliag
congressmen of b6th partl#-a
the days of CIO class mlitandy
seemed far away.
The next day, CIO's leadership
went Into its executive board sa&-
lion. All went well until almost .
closing time. Walter Reuther, 0ap .
ting on a VpIt-second time-tab,
had to leave. Then Emil Mazey,
econd-in-command of the CIOa
Auto Workers Union Insisted oan ft
making the floor. No one kem* D ir tA e
whether or not he had cleared h
peech with Reuther before his
,arture., By SO $ tARKK
For the next half hour M Lasey
lasted President Elsenhower ad .4 n .-
he Nattnalist Chinese on For., I have noticed recently bi, b on- mostly oB rsee ad the)
oa. ble-columned ads for an orgna. had a- pretty dirty ae.
a ar.trquraer of tr htion called Arrow, Inc., which is It Is noti partcal"y news t
MAW ze -tre r oi collecting funds to aid the Ameri- they an ravaged by seas, el
WhatW to d s to atdn Indians. The headline on the lelfy tbe:culoals among the
f all finan MnoralandmiMlt ads says: "Being Sorry for Ia vaj or that they bave not
ry aid from Chiang Kai-shek. W Hayes wis not eno ,' d ly e deniedthat
aght to throw him off Formos. Hayes was,one ot flu six men tay w te denied
Ve ought not to use a single a., who composai d ht c a erlvileges or that their am
of the American II tiny. These fats hi
ler to protect him or any (fl of n wo Jima. Aie was ai d 5.bl5se slhamm T facts bm
UtpostS." on Iwo Jima. He wtoa' -hammered at -leong 1 m
Maz stated ther was no ed Plma Indian. He wa found Ziy5hpolt is that tws coln
Mazey stated there was no iS dead at 32 on the reservation, dead not have to tte
lerence L:tween the totalitarian exposure. Lakfoso many other'Rl, .aUSSe or
overnment of Soviet chief Ma of epo ure. Like so many other a ol Bause A w ., fora
se-tung in Peiping, and the Na S dle b te t had not been able to ldef not bf e t nieh e M
onalist r gime on Formosa. IR sh d t bottle m w e o o bed w in t
inserted dt. there was loF ogis Hayes had tred. to make It q iX'Af n around' now ow sine
eipin's drive for Formosa. the rervatidis; but'liad ret ur ned 61'er 6e a epn/liht
"If there were an armed Island. in despair. "I want to We out on qnL=*
oo miles off the U.S. aiL own,"h mdI...
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iered5 thsresolution whae Maw Indiana, 'q
would raeogmpe Communist China h e a
and seat her In the U.N.ret a r,
There was support for the AutoN t thesear IL E 0.
Union's second in command. It blo th o ryar t hf
came from as influential a force Mlod n' the o P, y t j. .. .. .. ..
as Victor Reuther, brother of Wal- .
ter. The brother is generally con- '
sidered the man who shapes CIO d O
Victor Reuiller denounced& Elsens .....
shower. He also called for theR re e.C it P '.
ognitilon of Red China. He char. ... .1 4- a" ..
acterized the demand n-,i.eea , -*-^ I '-V --
fire as nonsense' If thUA did .
not seat a delegation frem P "- :.;, ...
Scontinuinga fight for WASIMNGTOW NBA aeept a es F
recogntin of Sovilsed *w4CitahaW riM" a
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skilled Henry Fleischer. Walter am Red CeI~Wi
then ordered the convention r*so- eat copesie ft a.
lution watered down. ill contnu
mission to s u
Now, once again, the Victor Reu- Commlabt
ther-Mazey bloc is fighting to make analUd es
recognition of Red China official pal eleamt !i
CIO policy. If they succeed, it will the d d
h a v e tremendous repercussio lnadb-UM s
among the leaders of anti-Com.- the pea4e gaNiO
munist Oriental unions. It is my other no-Coastu
personal belief that official CIO Asia.
endorsement of the Victor Reuther. The long-raing
Emil Mazey policy would swing arises fr t
vital labor support away from the is what
U.S. throughout the wcrkl. the C -
After these speeches, several CIO alree to
officials got up-slightly more than Indo-Chfna a
tepid under the collar-to battle live alley Fi
wth Masey and Victor. Jim Carey, If tene
CIO secretary treasurer, was in polieia
the chair slace Walter Reuther had deat
left. Carey saw all the lmplies- force if


ans-tr C aO'i Opdu relations mt a, e 1 "
av 4t1 ebtary as well. take rathe l
Me mWed sueessfully to strike eh. .-
the eches frm the record. The b
mooet"winan ced. But Wetthe
nm m Both Maey and Victor us*
1 fiegatlt.al-4awd are Among the-
few do" vm ct with CIO pres
due Water Reuther. The fight to trade
give CIO a British Labor Party and
in war d affairs has just

It wl have haternational Impact .
m the ci war. Until now Ameri-
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LifE Ea st : CONCORD, N H. (UP) It deer hunting trip wb f '
e aserwas a Friday when six Conceord last three we es
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Forr L Wyers former Special Justice Albion G. were back home. They a
M N as Peirce. with plenty of gs a,
MEIHUEN, Mass. (UP) A The 74-year-old barrister pro- and camping equipment,
lawyer who has practiced his pro- duced 20 typewritten pages of a big tent. *
fesslon for al years offers some questions on state and federal But someone forgot to ta
advice to prospective will-makers, questions he has to answer in con- tent poles, and the humanr
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ur nk wounds.
V1W r O wnw ThOey were on a tour of U.S.
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he front when the pilot lost s
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k'"d U~~ ': i.U N. 4dele.ate on the ar-.
.2BLeasle D. Carter, protected today
i ~ ~ W SWAL. x wb 11 (UP) againot the Communl fiing on
W.-8011. mfteLrusr senators tohe9 "obviously unarmed I I g h t
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S'emn Court and UL.. Co0uZ Communist Lt. Gen. Lee Sang
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.Q82tt -vm-ds$- the moea- asr lines.
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S. J IeorgM Timm.erOl- t iliBy diseloed.whether the anti-
W ana o COlia aircraft fire came from South Kor-
o- to1, d e- ean batteries near the truce line
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Lincoln's Birthday To Mark


Beginning of CZ Freedom Week [


Tomoii.w i; Lincoln's Bfilthdal 2 He is 1.-.'ping arm the spir
gnu. a';r, .i i, ".,i '- .- t.: of capt." people with hop
ed on Thr .n l Zt .1n .' i "Iaid c01aiage
holiday it -.1 in i; h" begin- 3 He is helping to keep Ctn-
nibhc ,.f a period expreil n.' to trial and Eastern European
Wpshii'ctoii Blrthdial\ o0 Fo-b 'stronehearted. nationally pronu
22. hich i ht: oe'en -et i irle '.y.and determined to win their orn
the 1d.', o ''riaie tor Freedom .js way back to freedom
F.-ecicm \et K Radio Free Europe is a main
n.'t;le ,onti iition,%' to theipro]ect of the Cliusade for Fi e2
mund are completely v ohltirtar:, do'n Other important activ:tie
all Animert,.. iiienp 'dv been'include the University in Exile
*urgen cT, Presmieii Eti n-.r'.' 'r 'support of refugee' self-lh;]
to ion the C'ru port of R.iio Free Europe. a :,- letins and publications suci ."
die station nich is ded.t,,r i to Ne\,.s From Behind the Ira i
Atrenstl'eninR the will-tn-fre.- Curtain"
dcn over-eas Acrualiv Radio Free Europe I
In his inis-a'ae the President a number of stations in weste"
stated tnat eterv Arnr:can sino Europe broadcasting the trult
joins this Ciusade for the :,ii- thronlih the Iron Curtain to the
port of Radio Free Europe ca.i people of captive countries ii
be sure in lhi heart of the tol- their own tongues and in thi
lo'min? things- suices of their own known and
] He is supportine.the *a.ie trusted friend' who are now ex
Of. peaee tii outglout the wior'd iled Irom their native lanl'
The mnaLagement of Radio Eni
| rope is American but me sta:
pl Aiv is laurel composed o0 editois,
L JTy JUnidUs repoi ters. teachers. clergymen
arnd entertainers. who hate
Ord 0n f Jaan come ironic behind the Iron Cur-
SJpail 't.in Ne exiles brne out ne'.
Truth ,al% and they bring it to
11AF M fii Radio Free Europe.
It ,co;ts million, of dollars tc
I run Radio Fiee Europe but every
TOKYO. Fc.b II tLP'-Strange dollar \\orks like ten because sc
a4d violent rjinhlin heard alona munirh of' te effort is supplied by
a d00-mile stretch of the .Jdpane.e loyal cxil':-l anxious to serm~
cMast south ,of Tnkyo Wednediaa .thelr uople and beeat,.e evei
afternoon were- not caused by l s. receiving set serves to mdn,;
Air Force or Arimy expernient;, Itrth-hunneri ears.
o qicial spokesmen said today. Thtre will be no rampains.
h 0Owrlte arid no uersonal 11 -
where had been speculation by citation of lund r thi year, but
Jtoaneic ,t.na'; tuard anti potice'all Ati ihcan c tizenis ha e bee,
onicerq that detonation of a pow. .red to qpport this organiza-
erful exnllosive perhaps atomic, ti r .l one o the -reest in-
cased the phenomenon vestments the\ can make in
The US Air Fnrce units based their effort to win the cold wai
in,.Japan have a bombardment Villinam G Arey Jr. Panama
r.nce near Inaniba Island center Canal Information Officer. whoo
of the area where the sounds of -Is -aain this years Federal area
"distani thunder u vete hea rJ chairman in the Canal Zone, has
However. an Air Force spokesman asked all those %%no desie r
i'd the race "ta. not s e ,l make a donation to the Crusatde
wednesday afternoon, and when it'for Freedom to send their (on-
Is ued onlh' nractire h,,mb- r onn..trbiutions to area treasurer \ii-
taiing about three pounds of TNT liamni C Schmitt. manager of the
ar, drooped. Cha.e National Bank in Balbua,
No atomic weapons can be .','r to "'Crusade for Freedom "' in
ed by IT S force'; without snp"ific |rare of the Postmaster, Cauali
authorization by President Eisen. Zone.
bower.
Air Force officers also discount. AValanches Blocks
ed the possibility that jet planes
passing through the sonic barrier --J AA f J
would have produced sounds heardKOads, 45 0 Stranded
o~er mucha e s ea,
Nine rumblig expialons were -
rted by resideits-f Izu Oshi. InFresrI.
and MiYtliiitha 1shind1-- '5
d 110 miles south of Tokyo. GRENOBLE, France, Feb. 11-
SUP '-Avalanches and landslides
Iver Heiqhts roaring down over the French
Alps blocked mountain roads and
lub T isolated an estimated 4,500 per.
Su0b To Hold sons in winter resorts today.
I K Some 3,000 persons were strand-
isitors Night ed at the ski resort of Va. D'iFere.
'and another 1.400 at Alpes-D'Huez
h'sitors nleht will be held as a result of melting snow and
'lesday at the Club Tro.or.1 in rains that sent boulders, snow-
Colon by the Silver Heieht, slides. A.nd trrrents of muidd' wsa
Dancing and Sportine Club as ter tumbling doan the rocky slopes
iti last activity before th,' be- .etLerd:la.
ginning ot the Lenten seascr. The mayor at Val D'lsere tele-
'The program i ill be Drec.?ied phoned authorities at Grenoble this
Monday by a meeting for menr- morning that the road had been
bers to discuss important bual-, blocked by an at alanche some fitue
Dnss.s |o miles awa%. He said about 3.0001
persons were staving at Val D-
*The club will resume actitite Isere
April 9 with a sports wear dancer, There was no problem of food
at the Paraiso Service Center. and fuel as ; el, he said the road
featuring music by Professor' i e\pecied to be reopened toda.
?ul rphy and his band. or tomorrow.


ii STORY OF MARTHA WAY


UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
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*S.S. "YAQUE" ............................. Feb. 12
S.S. "AVENIR" .. ............................. Feb. 19
S.S. "MORAZAN" ............................ Feb. 19
S.S. "HIBUERAS" ............................ Feb. 26
S.S. "MNIABELLA" ........... .. ................. March 2
S.S. "MATALURA" ........................... March 4
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S.S. "BYFJORD" .................................Feb. 8
S.S. "PARISMINA" ............................ Feb. 14
S.S. "VINDEGEEN" ............................Feb. 20
A Steamer ... ................................... Feb. 21
S.S. "SAN JOSE" ...............................Feb. 28
S.S. METAPAN" ..............................March 7
S'. "CHOLUTECA" ............... ........ March 7.


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CHIROPRACTORS
Die. A. and I. ORILLAC
IPalmer Graduates 1
I PIer Avineu Tel. 3-1M
ii block from Lux Theatre

DENTIST
Thvoli (4th of Julyl Ave. No. 16
next to Braniff offlcel
Dr. C. K. FABREGA, D.D.S.
Former Fellow Instructor George-
town Univ. Washintion. D.C.
Former District Dentist Pedro Miguw
and Gambea, C Z.
pecilalted In: ?POM.H.OONT1
(denture und Bridgewotrk.
AIRBRASIVE (new technique
for demasl flmllp).
Also services in: X-rays Surgery -
Perlodontla and Children Deittstry.
Phone: Panama (28) 2-2011
lfort appointments.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 17 noon p.m. 10
C p.m. dley. I


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contact -
AGENCIAS JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
4th of July Avenue No. 14-28
Daily 9:0-12:M9 and I :0-3:00
Saturda*s 9:50 to 1:00


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An increase in the number of
t'*litars from Panama planning
tips to Cuba has been noted by
0r anff Alryays following the
S-Wecent Cuban decree law which
eliminatedd consular visas for en-
ry into the country, it was an-
nounced today. -
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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR'OUR '#FICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANt
stre No. 1CASA ZALDO Ageda'ItsI. d rbaIone AMAC a
Ave. & J 5 Central Ave .45 Cmrl Ae,. r .5 M.wan
FARMACIA EL BATURRO ASMACIA LUX FAR
33 St. No. 3 Lottery Paza Parqjle Letevre 7 Street 3, 1gi..
&CX FARMACIA LOMBARDO L.RWIG BBBVICei HOOIN NO KBAMz
Fourth of JulyW Ave. 1 CCetral Ave. J. j', S M_ 41
THE PANAMA AMERICAN ES ATHIS -
H Street No. IV % .-m, N


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Magic Chef gas
range, 4 burners, oven, broiler.
good condition. Phone Panama
3-6082.


FOR SALE:-Norge refrigerator.
8 cu. ft.. 60 cycle, excellent con-
dition. Phone Panama 3-6082.
FOR SALE -Radio G.E, buffet.
dresser, refrigerator. beds. chairs,
enamel top table 714-D El Pro-
Sdo. Balboa, Tel. 2-2658.
FOR SALE:---Quartermaster fur-
nilure, automatic ironer, vacuum
cleaner, kitchen cabinet, miscel-
laneous. 589 Bay no, Ancon.
FOR SALE:-Large mission oak
table, six chairs, $12.00 electric
sewing machine, $20.00. Phone
2.2335, 1520-13. Akee Street,
Balboa
'FOR SALE: Swedish dinirg-
room, ser sofa, Rattan coffee
table, chests of drawers, trunk,
floor lamp, rugs, drapes, rods,
etc Alberto NcarroaNo. El
Cong.elo.
FOR SALE:-60 cycle Frg,.daire
9 cu. It. refrigerator, excellent
condition. Child's wagon. Coll
1591. Colon.


FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE--Nice property of 5
hectares Partlv cultivated with
numerous r* tref s bearing.
Running water all the year.
Fenced--On the Calzodo Largo
Road. Tel. 3-2q77.
7000 meters in Arrailan. Just
outside Canal Zone.- Bettet hguse
started, part finished for living.
Water and electricity. Garden
cultivated. Fruit trees, if- wanted
house can be finished very econ-
omiolly. Beautiful notural'-oDol
nearby. Nice neighbors.-Post
Box 2023, Ancon.

FOR SALE


FOR SALE:-1954 Harley David.
1nn 165 cc. model, Tele-Gle.
'Oficina Gelobert". Jeronlmod*
la Ossa St. No. 10.
FOR SALE: Motorcycle Harlr' !
Dovidson, cheap. 1948 model "
Telephone Balboa 1857.


Last Survivor

Of licoln's Army

Is 108 Years Old


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Dodge Coronet.
perfect condition, duty paid. Bar-
gain. Telephone 2-1259, office
hours.


MISCELLANEOUS
New spring hairdos as pretty as
lacy Valentines. ..ultra temi-
. nine. ..YOUR most flattering '
' style. f wel lfeif& qia Trad-
or, professionals. Genell's Cocoll
Beauty Shop. Navy 3812.


FOR SALE:- 1949 Oldsmobile Why pay more for merchandise
Convertible. Rocket engine', per- than necessary? We import your
fect condition, excellent rubber, goods for you. Only 8o, for our
$650 00. Clayton 87-7223. service. Get your merchandise
FOR SALE: 1947 PlymoUth. and be able to compete-Kurt
FOR SALE: 1947 Plymoth Remer, Post Box 2023. Ancn,
Sedan. Good condition. Telephoue C.Z.
3-6195.
FOR SALE.- dge 1948. Fluid Repair all kinds of bamboo furni-
FOR SALE:--Ddoe 1948. Fluid ur Work done at your home.
drive, radio, excellent condition. Warrmonship guaranteed. Tel.
Workmonship guaranteed. Tel.
714-0 El Prodo, Balboa. Tel. 2- 2-5174, Horie Jimmy. Colle
2658. Jupn B. Sosa No. 22.
FOR SALE:-1955 Pontioc pr- DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clin-
vo ale owner can make good deal ic, 209 Central Avenue. beside
on sale or trade. Call Curundu Capitolio Theater. Phone 2-3479
3220. Panama.
IT~n C. C.P1nM m-..


OUK SALE;- Good i949 rara
Tudor Sedan. $475.00 cash or
terms. 83-6230 evenings w6ek-
end.
FOR SALE:-1941 Oldsmobile
hydromatic Club Coupe. .Tele-
phone Panama 3-4586 or Coro-
zal 3127.
OR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-
dor Sedan Deluxe. Very good
condition. 759-C Barnebey St.,
Balboa 2-4413.
FOR SALE:-1954. Ford, Tudor
Sedan, two torte green, W-S-W,
turn signals, $1100. Balboa 2.
1859.

LESSONS -
MODERN PIANO LESSONS!
Sepcial "quickie" piano method
for exceedingly busy people.
Sterta you playing well known
pieces with the very first lesson.
Bennett 2-1282.

Help Wanted .
WANTED: English speaking
maid for general housework. Alp-
ly No. 22 4th St., Apt. Ne. 4.


alrabS


ARMED FORCES BASIlAILL
x Slandin,..
Teamu W L Ft. GB
8p. Troops 15 3 .813 -
Albrook AFB 12 7 .631 32
Ft. Kobbe 11 9 .57 4,
Fort Clalton 9 5 .500 6
Coco Solo 5 1i .t 3 10./:a
A. Atlantic 4 15 .211 11:


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

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous


FOR SALE:-Underwood electric
typewriter, twin beds, Venetian
"blinds tables shades. 3-1956.


FOR SALE: Air conditioned
Chrysler Airternp 1-3 hp 598.-
Phone 3-2506.
FOR SALE:-Heovy trailer-1 1-2
tons. Drag harrows, 4beqstoprdc
17 electrns motors -2 hp., 25 c.
25 transformers type T-48212.
40 governors type 0403498 w
1AI 16-84. everything new. SaH-
for highest offer. Post Box 2023
Ancon.


woter $12500. Phone 85-4218!

Uxhruq.l


She ne wlaw alluuow na iiIiV10- -. - v W- RES --U THU
and residents of every sovereign RESULT THURSDAY
country of the Western Hemi- DULUTH, Minn., Feb. 11 (UP) Ft. Kobbe 6. Albrook AFB Six ladles, wives,of m
sphere to enter Cuba without a Albert Woolson, who outlived" (10 innings). 2P0 _.sder te a lS
consular visa. 2.600,000 other "Union soldiers of GAME TODAY be, were pete certidi
consular visa. the Civil War, celebrates his 108th Sp. Troops vA, Fort Clayton making them honoraq .
At a conference this week with birthday today "without a lot of. (7:3 at Clayton Pliad). h ad a, i
Douglass Wood, Braniff Airways fus." GAMES ATURDAY t eYCol.A.tMfloe m
manager in Cuba. Orenclo No-' Sp. Troops at Army Atlantid by Col A. G .Wg, coma
are, president of the- Cuban The last- survivor of "Abe Lin. (2:30-p.m.) ing officer of the 3Srd Intf
Tourist Commission, said the coin's army" will appear briefly Coco Solo at Albrook AFB Regiment and 'he Post of
new law was in keeping with the at ceremony in downtown Du. (2:30). Kobbe at ceremoani coMd
plant outlined by President- uth thlsa ternoon, then go home Ft. Kobbe vs. Fort Clapton iae -.
elect Fulgenclo Batista and ofl- a dinner with 111 members of his (7:30 at Clayton Field). he first remon
lowed recommendations of the family and an evening dtu r I n g GAMES SUNDAY l firs Offl&rem at the
ninth international conference which "about 40" close friends are Open Date. tIM. officers Oh il
of Latin America held in Bogo- expected to drop in. 1W= Me---et W Cb t
.to in 1948. / .... ort Kbbe's defending chsia- e 1 P
The airline flies to Havana The big affairs we used to have pion Lifellners continued their metin t
from Panama twice weekly with got hm too excited and he didn't spirited drive to take over sec-t oir.l5dtotI ,
combination tourist and deluxe sleep well afterwards,"his daugh- ond place In the Panama Arimedi
C-0 service. ter, Mrs. John Kobus, explained. Forces baseball race Thursday, W. Se '
Under the law all natives of the civic ceremony, the Du- as Jose Rosario firpd the 'Liners Robe -"W. PW.Se a
sovereign countries of the Amer- the MusIcians ,Am. will present to a 6-5 win over Albrook AP'FB EliaM 109 o W9
eas may enter Cuba as "visiting the city with a arble base on in ia 10-tning thriller. .1...-_: "
ourists" without a visa on their which to display a bust of Wool- Kobbe now is One game behind _- "' -
. ports and may remnin in sIni The bust was given to the ci- the Flyers and the clubs collide -
;uba for a period not to exceed ty last year b., the auxiliary of the again Wednesday night at Clay-
u days. Sons of Union Veterans of the Cl. ton Field.
Naturalized citizens of these vi War. Thursadi'-battle sw theLfw r
game countries may alao visit liners put on a determined rally
as tourists for a ericd of Missing along with the crowds to overcome a 1-5 deficit. Rosa-
days, but must obtain 'visas which got out of hand at other re- rio pounded a 350-foot homerun
will be granted by Cuban cent Woolson birthdays will be the with one pan on in the seventh
without reference to Ha- old soldier's former custom o f to bring Kobbe up to within two
officials. thus acilitatinmgshoveling the snow from the front runs at 5-3. Bill Wood connected
departure. walk. until last year, when he was for a circuit blast in the eighth,
~ transit well as transfer recuperating from a serious bout and XKbbe finally td the I J
rs from these countries with pneumonia. Woolson wo u ld aount In the ninth onPftxnclscol
remain in. Cuba without a get up early and shovel the walks Mare's triple and Do Stllwell's
for a pediod of seven days, on his birthday for the conve- perfect equeez bunt. I1 -
ed they present current nience of visitors. In the 10M. ChaWk Wheeler
tickets and an unexpired -opened with at walk, and a sa- m
V ermit from their point of Although he still is spry and a- crifice, an outfield fly, and an
lert, Woolson seldom ven tures arerput him acros for the go-
farther than the front porch -"to aen a fime
.-"check on the weather" these days. T1W i Flw ed.te b t
LHis caution has got him through the la$ lofthe h but RUtos
S AIt R A tD this winter without s much as i held ,jor w bfith victory a
llmeeucemae cold. Mrs. Kobussaid.
t rwte Pa.re Woolson, born at Wa t er t o w at,
NY n CASA WANTON N. Y.. in J847, enlisted as a drum.- ls i tve wit
CeA 'oN mer boy when he was 16. Most a doable
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Cottis Modern conveniences
modito rates. Phone Gomboo
4-441; -


FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Smnto Clara. Low rates.-
Phwne Ialbao 1866.
WILtiMWS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottoagi-rockgas, refrigeration,
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
Phill. Oceanside cottagels..
Santo Clara. Box 439, bolboa.
Phan- Pqnamq 3-1877, Cristo-
boal -1673..

FOR REItT
S House
FOR RENT:-WFurnished chase, 3
bedrooms, 2 bathroom, hot water
installation, in Lo Expicion.
Collc 3-1206 from 8 a.m. to 3'
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FQR RENT:--Ro*tl ftuer id 3
hdram residence in Fedrico
ed Avenue*.. Phonei 3-3$697.


FOR RENT:.- Chalet one bed-
M.oo, living-dining room: kitch.
' ,tn Gepardo Jote de Son Mor-
n 'No 6, dowtnpirs.


SO .IRENT.- Furnished small
hesM, 2 I wea.e $65.00. Also
karge room Independent, $25.-
Correa. Telephone 3-0670 office
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Pnamea 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnfshed 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
merft. Contact Alhambra Apart-
nwt, 10th Street. Phone 1386,

FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment: 2 bedom livin g room,
- ining.rqani" porc 2- bthroana.
48thfre No. A. Wlief Viit.
f Vrn NT.d 2 -bedrobm pool
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bedroom mrdem apartment.
rage. S,JViea Betisoario Po-
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, Ine Furniture made of
.arien Mahogany. NOW at
amazing low prices.
Bedroom, Dining Room and
Living Room Sets.
Pioductos de Madera, S. A.
mined by Rob.to Cbwea
98 Ceni Avenue
BeftKen Kodak BIdg. and
Fiflh Aie Store
Phone 2-g063


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selection of
VALENTINE GIFTS.

MORRISON's LEWIS SERVICE
(Both across from the Ancon P.O.)


SHomemade Goodness


without work!


Just Brown 'n Serve

New Swanson

Quick-frozen Chicken Pies


Sue Swanson says-"We're mighty proud
of these choice pies. They're extra rich
in chicken with no.starchy fillers and they
have.an exceptionallyflaky crust."


They're new! They're for every-
one who loves chicken and every
housewife who wants to save
work. Swanson's quiok-foasen
sicken pis have a marvelous
homemade
f H goodness your
Sfamiy will love.
They contain
only unua aUy
., large pieces of
tender, uicy
chicken, rich
golden gravy,
9Mg SWANSON andplumpgreen
peas. Yo'U nev-
er find starchy,
j fliers in Swanson Frosen
.'. eItfor these are ael chicken
-se., They have a specially
I Jkded euset that bakes to ab-


solute perfection .., crispy
golden brown and flaky tender.
You don't even have to thaw
thpml Jout pop them in your
ovensandtmwowmandeerve. You'll
have chicken piel to rave about
without doing a bit of work.
Buy several extra chicken pies
to keep on hand in your freeser
or ice compartment. Each pie
makag aiearty,substantialserv-
ing with w leftovers, no waste.
They'll save dishwashing, too.
You cas bake and serve them in
the sameblight shiny aluminum
dishes they're packed in. Then
these helpl little dishes can be
reaued as gelatin molds, or re-
frigerator dishes.
Soawby not take iteasy today?
Serve Swanson Quick-frozen
Chicken Pies tonight. They're
available now at your grocer's.
Try Ais New Swamon
Bedf Pie, tool
You get generous slices of tender
beef in a rich, dark brown, sa vory
gravy and the same tempting
Swanson crust. They're the
"beefiest" beef pies you ever ate.
Try them and see. All you do i
brown 'n serve.


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Ick-freuf CHNICKEN PIES

acdiso QCirk-frsn BEf PMs
A. SWANSON APW 0S *I OMAMA, INBRASKA
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MISS ELLEN MARGUERITE P
WED TO MR. EDWARD 0OU COTLE
Preceding a nuptial maed Heart Chapel in Ancon
last Saturday morning, M isM, Marguerite Pecor, formerly
of Chesterton, IndianI, wa ed to Mr. Edward Garode
Coyle, of Balboa. Father I- Wye performed the mar-
riage and celebrated the ma .
The bride is the d "ughtftnka. f 7e bride who was given in mar-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patrick Pe- riag6 by her father, wore a beau-
cor of Chesterton, Jndlana. Mr. .t1fl net and lace gown over white'
Coyle is the son of-Mrs. EBLaei safin, sith fitted bodice of I a c e
Coyle of Hendersonville, N. C., and a lace Peter Pan collar, and
and the late Mr. Francis Coyl0 an ankl-length full skirt.
The altar was decorated with A'shot bridal veil of illusion
candles and calla lUles. was caught with a Julet cap. The



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NEW SHIPMENT ON

MATTRESES and SPRIGS






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837 individuafly
covered,spiral
springs. Patented
edges that will not
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Damascus cover of superior
quality aid durability.
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bride c a bouquet T
and a wMlfliss ir 'klft." Boa r
the a te
wore a dt al npa net at :5
over satin d carried red caa I
The Bt br e, Mrs.
Robert P wore a lace feal
ashes of M 'S gOW with white a la
acceemsoiw p- _pii5. : o
Mr., El.ye, o~ ~slbos, es
was the ia for the bride.
grooim.T 5 W .e r wr- Mr. Bbert 874M.
Bowen aw Mr. jmuld Bowl .- n
Mrfo. Joseph f AIWWI. We
played MK an.hr the weddg -
W1RI mass,
Following the ceremony ad 4etn
mass, a breakfast was liven at Th.
the Fern .wmmi of the Tivol Hotel No.
for the wedding party ad Mrs. new .a
John Stodo bergI of Colon, a cou- wore
sin of the groom. Betty
On Saturday evelnng at eight onNo.
o'clock, Mr.. and Mrs. Coyle held
a recepti n the fr Room of
Mr, Coye li an employee o( the Chi"
Office of the C omptroller of the
Panama Canal Comn 'After
serving In the Armed Forces &m su p
UrPe during the war, he co
fsed hs conege education and C&
received bs degree before ruanM. atft
Iog to hIA present employment 7:i p.
with the Panama Canal oriania:- p.
tion.
After reuing from their a.lb Clgb
eymoon, late hls month, the TAR
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ced
vrW.:Fd as. 4rodson Rigby of
Diahi Uelbta ams un0 e the en-
gamegnt their daughW, Patricia,
to Mr. J0n Catron of Venwa, Ca-
lifornia.
A June wedding is pl4ned.


Minter of Labor Social Securl.
ty-a5d. e Halth ant. Mrs. Ca-
tahi, Grkai entertained
last- rq;at a W'at. El
Panama l nor of the delegates
to the Cwwren's Conference.

Mr.., Mrs. Thomas E. Ogles-
by ntained at a dinner last
even I% n honor of Dr. and Mrs.
.L J. vallarino.

mis Aicei Rublo of Panama
entertained' at cocktails recently
for a group of friends who have
asdttedo with pr-Carnival. fe
S '.ties I Panp a. teL. .
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ner Zonias living in Oil-
Ohio, have announced
aof twins there on Jan. 30
and boy have been nam-
h Maria and Patrick Jo-


[ Mr. O'Dennefl Was bore and
L reared on the Zde, His wif the
former Miss IargnUpft Stot, was
a member of the ;"ftEg 4aW at
Gorges OWpital. :"
Paternal grandparents of t h e
twins are Mr. and Mrs. John T.
O'Donnell, retired Zomians n o w
makia their home In Phitadel-


wear HI
being hi
row at t
Amador,
Upon
puest v

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door pri
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talk on
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regular Oheml.es and ladattR
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Refti Wom" be abe 's ar-sY
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ona r, RoNert t .Cmnpeat " "- tUht, r ayny they were f edltr ria led n te bomb when they r upmh
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rThe n d At- d The status the Bt C p worker alerted of Cman's
Boy" ra expet evdw r" at labor ature a secret a n of RweP s toa .oidthe bomb Packagy was
peal and are o in- CoS. they are tyWd y ith De. tatr o ever to ordnance expert
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d tr de- fense Secretary Charles E. Wln one p ey e t
Odf m d c1derd Sl akblidtate tit ry o b ad A A r W ad tong iat .. teworaee y. e
cakes, I her It it ached irman of t Joint Chiefs of n th e bomb arrived at eoff ast on







deca e F c I m Dfvi son o milre Staf. you.r tt d u brial
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seer-I I Wuuuoftle heb9eIn aestatementcof certain pla.s hb asis eefoundrtnd
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19w amu.w& fk -ribae.'A U US .o sperntendeRtel n
_rnt r her,>ot lbW.Russell fr mnodlothi aaiou's Strategic Air Command N
hm ,se Mo b,. e5400h Mr taI.leon"1in"eventnof40" .ieJohn C. 0'-. plans to b hi4 o tallatm"w in event of %vietas-
Robe;E-.ete pr m e o r s oehnret of hout :e jet ro, s satisfactoryry.. .
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special- s oW.and 2aY y og segef.. r N wYork. At- te bomb tip Ofu tual- bomb- fm "ise mW d.l
a4mf.r of ber trimr snsaa or. D s Its eight jet engines give It alIchairman of the Joint Chiefs of Thean fel the marvelous sfeet an ifr veptab v` bld-efmo loe
detals o h e PuI- top speed of more tan 00 oomles i Staffy. jour throat amd Wupper ie th fm.rdariklallove its
day. 1 Fo"a kete byC HA, N- b an hour. It can fly from U.S. bases Based on the briefing seson,mitubes. Se how quickly It helps ivl fa-p k ad to nt a
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cwushe. land dryr Te M have M50 8113il I.U. do ~, detAviaion (CMAi, tasttng, ine xpensive E ll aent 7u n eed.
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SJoltin' Je To Give Lawrence Vs. Greason Today; "P'

Puerto Rican Weight Puerto Rico, Venezuela Win Toaii ....Z ..

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led over two Isonthe Caribbean cham- Thegram goes to theGun Colub an- T.Carbean SerieA. The at ight a th or Th th we of
t OsOandhasbe one former R.P. kmg- missioune fore apperedTrap Shoot 1 as to 0 lNoRIt O.ht dvan aSie led e la
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Sight weight tiome o 13 lr hRnmuhOe haul,.. Rth. -, to,
SrowinWvsheaand alm tthen Windy sttellers IOWs not a- r rM" ac. te in 2



i tn wete o ut n d eal ght a YLISH BULLFIGHTER rph b r "it o re' Dl G vctores on fthi sa re 8 ll5 Mr ls i '
er Tto IDespaigne In our stan- shotgun seems tat un ClubWindy called the "graceful torero;" a expected to till fans S ndd a e lter. a te p l e
e ve twoIsswthmas had business in Balboa W"odfSnes- e La Mring in San Francisco de la Calet. l Perto Ri an pitcher ws ir
the U.S. after his latest vking- Schexnayder had the foresight ..v." Cal Aade bull wl be ud or thi the bases with no outs in Th r lby l 1




fforthoming bout with Rosado. with a perfect score at tra.pn.- forced -Gas Triando to hit into tnS tb for T .hes Pt 8
own has fsbeen In teran e dining sh orty had a smile on h ois face .S debleplaye one run rcoringor b- n hyarda 1A4A8 3 l W.., g. one i- I .... 88
ver since last week. thaeersoft resembled a new Buck and t retired the next bat- btut th i 1 Ct 1
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nTJe semifinal on the Brown-comein toward a mank as he dis- y of ter. ma attrJe the bat- 1 et 17 o
*Rpsao card will be between Syl playe his molars. In fact, he |' -> ..l ",te Ric( practically tewed t e w lah Stee adha lid- td IT. S .S
Svfeter Wallace and Horach o Oit. was buying beer for everybody | train the fourth frame "ctrop Heo *S.6t 4*04 w Wi
;mover eight rounds at 135 pounds. and trying to appease the con- wcoared four times on ee telar .tm and Bartram 1-40 "




SWalce a terrific unher, has science of t t they tteseries M, aVW ;e1 .'toeatailTlee wete g
lightweight champion Wilfredo s excellent Hfo tsc at 1*Ae w w LANDIa n eol .. .B
bmr htrlsofnRubdn Gn6mer on em of the or
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two weeks ago he knocked Out, silence tohas prevailed fr boys, some Conjo Defeat Ocelot Oer by n h wa td with tplandw dway Taer 1 9
r1 ..nnd the officials have nut un-runs behind and scored seven Conjos 001 3-7 ndDdaitmer who r b t ft bore "le c& cot
t ie announced t tl- of the corean do andll riht withers aruns in the last three innings to (Two bullfighter "winning run m" h -l theo 2 victory antS Shoot f l Ca
Si Despaign O n fourstan s o gu t i se e s called the O "gce fulots by the orer o" is acrted). core Moretotes t.thrill febot S e ,ti. . .a.r W rs. r W.






Cutn rem ained re fn Comlete scores for aWednes- 7 to 6. Sueasy. rroCtbitco 400 100-nlo 8 3 el. in p 1- 6pn2 ,e8e. 2
.,n etereid t r n had btu sines n n a Ve l oarWedt at the La Macarena bullring in San Fr anciscoddeIs ICt-P.ro Rican pitcher was HTE 1 8 1 2
oplumeti' o didgnot reountoday afternoon atAcernating with Gitanillo W*o.wbe "Navarrito" and.youthfull able .-g WamRoglyIgneWn uav0b.lme-mi

the U.S. after his latest Schexnayder 24 and held the Ocelot foresight Vaquez." Specor his first Thompon 2, Ene Batean bulls will be used for th












First tournament of tormhist year, oe Cook and1 lot ithar ws a thehum w h nou in rao, e-1 t .
twes a o herncen ron auD Bamberg 16 Toda at h Park, the bhase, NWaton 5,Doue ICl 4o4 two- tlRA t,-h Wl l .8" |B- t
! oth aetoni g t o -wi sa. with a perfect scre at traumasnning Buand Macaws will play the Cht or 6me- e &o ..r h. sby






r hales combpetition tainng Shorty had a smile on his f nal game of the first17a8o. A r un j; iiae-Muayer. Left 'pst1hi66g. 2 YS Il
S over to an male tennis play- TRAP (2S targets) wi n for either team will pu"hr baees: Ocelots 5,Coneas 8 v Sr scored n the flnt S.t ,T h4 tn- ter 0- s
The semifinal on the Brown- Sc hexn toward a man, as he dis- and th retire d the next bat- with ndoT AId p'l*Wd lbutp the Av ,II' '.S
sae by contactin ullo Tribaetwe l- R.plasanova 23 for thyeis his molars. n fact, be Bo 2, de wih tr.ainbee bat-
ter Wallae Pan rama swimming Rowlands buyng beer 14 foreverybody ils or Lovelady wU atart or Strike-outS b: Braa Neame wit n
over eight rounds at 135 pounds. and trying to appease the con-d d oin On h ou p rthiln b.amsewed -. S







bntees will be accepted up Mrs. A.Sutton 10 410 ga caching. For the Macaws Durf r off: t t aeradshaw b-w for 6th ramn?, et to e, wate /1 v'aBl is ...
Sto Feb. 19 and the tournament SaEET (25 targ ets. 410 a.) r Pitman may strt with 5 Inn Nua d fo-1 rat4', '-. t .'K s 1rte 0.
Wallace a terway Sunchdayer. has science of te scoreeeperDurtee doing the receiving. 4-2/3 s. DBiBfe I m m "







opponent step into the ring Some of our sh voters are won-G eg sorege.ouwn a basesor t.tb r for n t a -, re-1 9 - AeA.
played at the Panama Olym- "1 ark 18 a to s- " 0,a Bt": Brd-""that start a s h, ,a '
Pe wi hmming pool courts. ering why the results oflastOCELOTS shaw. Paed lrklad anea. rta aei. '








shoot were not publicized.So 1 r 0 0. Len l 'a the battih Olp sta m tw. lgver. 1 'f.
aamaN n te Pacific side of the Isthmus The conejos came from four Ocelots 401 10- er d with inA iwa 11







ama Naonal ilenc hasTprevaid hompCon, 2 0 1o 0 1m r b t 1 main.lbatred awIh hi Co ith tiplan Copowim thin, Pws 11
Sndthe officials have nutun- behind and scoredseven-twoWt and imer who.eb, 27, th fat .t.bre ieftt& eott11
[ nounced the scores and winners. runs in the last three innings to (Two outs.when.winning.run bu.a in the 15 t.oe
Tun IoIII Ul Lt Is it top secret? .nip the Ocelots by the score of scored).'ti b6.. .... o S1* 1 b
Complete.scores for.Wednes-7t ..Sm a.- -. .rrors:.OcelotsMore.w415puboth fta. Atch-. ,
fro i5 to ll CompltesorsoWdn 7 . ... .. Puerto Rico 010 400 100-S 8 2 09 Will be ].















CONrYon boir 1V, 11111 0 Ois itn
day, Feb. 9: Charley Bradshaw got off to ,(Enrgelke). Con~ios 2 (Frarn_ oEI 000 1 .00.3
Vrom S o SKEET (25 tare a shaky start, but settled down S cott). o uln s e itt n H vosa, 0-- and ( aIti; Mung e, alhl$ h .I NAlo&vT.1,
The Panama National Tnni exnayder and held the Ocelots for his first Thompson 2, Engelke, Bateman r 1 (5). DOOSO (I) sud iroacko ,. _3a91&%A






















Admon- 50 Frangtoni, 3B 3 1 0 1 1 Police ninet-n e "
CommIttee is organizing its P. Csrnova win of the season. Three double!"Nuf C
first tournament of this year, ljoe Cook .plays, plus 10 free pasae iby O.ce- sr2, r -IE"iO-a e Pwig.





















SRyters 4 2 1 3 3 Seymour Agency 3 w htr the bseatter r Io
Tickets on sale at entrance of club Kirkland, a 2 0 1 3 0 Elks 1u414 L th i i t
i m Paul amberg 16 Today, at Fastlch Park, the Chase, Waton D orthatl ltwoe
SPumas and Macaws will play the COhas[-Rytr--7. Coa4 a p ,n....s
mnlles Cotetitpon and will be Mrs. Bill Clark 8 Li nal game of the first half. A (un.); Chaae-Muse. Left p, oI s r agra ta .!..
a" ms. Interested parties may en- S. Schexnayder 23the other club into the basement oi ball off: Drflaw e5, '- on an udtl iwe d intedorVS
$e .by Contacting Julio Tribal- R. Casanova 23 for this half. 'fi C 6, DtlBoii 2, Sad so n-llw h tw o "'fOin.




















d*athPnmswbnRoln1D0os Cola, iigh two an1and
.ph E n r f I $1 51 1.L U Bou ts b :p 1 C 1: ih_, i- I-
p l. Etr fee is 1.50. Johnston (410 ga 14 the Pumas with Webb doing the flez 9 Duois 0, anders 0. t fifI" IluS ..Wl n and b wsead' 20 .. ...
Entries will be accepted uP Mrs. A. Sutton 10 (410 ga catching. For the Macaws Dur- off: fradahaw fo 6 rums, in emp oy' N Ueat a td b- S.'
to Feb. 19 and the tournament SKEET (25 targets, 410 ga.),, fee or Pitman may start with 5 innings. Nuh i. f ZIgc 5runais, In t lm iinwtUm'On Mr ionth and2 :1.m."
iret underway Sunday, Art Sutton9a 1 T.nDurfee doingtetwc,0ving."4-2/3"nT"esBummer' x801fo- .. -
The box score: runs, in 0 n nnI0 Saders 0 f { ]a' Iu.. -t .. l--.-, __ l4,_.io
played at the Panama elym- -"1 ClarkT IS 1 rn. in .,ik:r e'-
Players ab h o a Winning pitcher:Breth -1.1-a, lind had oly ony f difficult -. l o ipj. o-"

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T McGriff. ss 2 1_0 1'1
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Thompson, 2b 2 0 1 1
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i- This Is t oy your letter
e of February 3 wSh I received
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wday, wi again be abarud An-
Ad res Mojicas star's ack.
t last week UI a flashback to his
- Beat days to score oiqg away a-
gan t a strong cass "C" field.
however, noe of is opponents
n of tomorrow were in that race.
I Chilean riding master, Jose "Pa-
* co'" Bavo, wil again pilot Mrs.
Loly de Lazsarin's brown horse.
I Blakemere has been victorious
his last three times out. He was
Chard pressed his previous time
a out, however.. Virgillo Castillo,
7 who was aboard in Blakemere's
l iast two triumphs, will be in the
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h*fl ^ at The results of last evening's
as A tennis matgoa at the Hotel El
.. s- Panama weWe moreor lss as
Expected. Telve match were
Stheft Elona
-,Tenns Toumar amebt :.
S.The first by HaRs Omiestsch
rand s-ilv l-MelfI on Eout 2.
,e 55 Omensch took both sets-.-
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iut. J. Webb Hearne bert aml.-
io is, b ithe second match, -0, 6-2.
played on court Bo. 1.
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I the -flow k set wlne6r. H ioppo-
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Cei score 4-0, 6-1.
yurThe fourth match was can-
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Sugarplum, Merry Mason and
Valley Star will round out the
field. Sugarplum returned from
a long layoff to finish second to
Mirsatoits in a Cls "B" field
that included Valley Star last
Sunday. Valley Star forced the
pace in that ae and contrib-
uted much toward causing t u-
ml's defeat. Gelambian sad-
dle ace Luls. Graldo will guide
Sugarplum while crackerjack
Panamanian rider Bias Agutrre
wlride l4 Valley Star.
Merry Mason returns from one
of his periodic layoffs, He usual-'
ly turns in an excellent per-
formance when rested and lie
will have favorite rider Johnny
Oungora in the Irons.
Bleven other Interesting races
are Intluded aon a twelve-rate
program.

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StMull W E' S tfU Iam Oamenstrich 6-3, 64 2. Sar r the
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sprint will headline tomorrow's JSatl Ft
track program.
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CAGO. Feb. IA (UP) A 'yu......

d wave sw d ov"Let the people know the truth aid te country is sfe" -Abrahaim .
Midwest on a biting north
i today and reached all the ..FIE...R ..iR"-. -
r y to Texas. THIRTIETH YEAR PANAMA, R. 1., PFDiAf, FEBRUARY 11, 1945 FIW NT
Temperature skidding as r rr
Ow zero in northern Border "
WtI and were expcted to reach
levels in much lim l For Pio
west and plains by tomorrow .
erring
Sreezing weather was expect- e aebly
l the way to the Gulf Coast PARIS, Feb Pierre
tomorrow. t pflimlln, only deputy of the Polp-

r. -wnwfe Caneaa n arse eus nes cehsbeenovRepublcan Party (-P)tdFs it
fallcurrppD to sn heI vote for German rearmament, a-
lo ero at kseveinson -b te e earm n PARIS, Feb. 11 (UP) execuvrleislt ve'b n eee had-tppedan too
themIllinois and mrls. e arreed ast night to try to form PARiei, Feb. 11 iP) ect .andl le. JUalt
daftI -chronic IPnstabilt of Fr Ietnb tal brantts.
traffic in slushy dr cabinet after his party toe-
deed the premiership bid of n- government baffles AmeFrne the assembly
Asking the blast of air dependent ntoine Pinay. t to the Frenchmen it is ilprt-brn ih a rliamrIent o is tWe 1wrn n "-the
oved tdownlfrom Canada the Ipninay, a conservative business- ordinary and ualc. a dominant hori ,and the lW-.
a cury dropped to 2l deredes man, ave up shortly after noon. France has been governed ihmain elPoer is vested in th Tee 621- d t-
President Rene Co then call- much the same manner ber lower hous or National'
S oerniatal Falls.o Mir'nand asked him to try to replace in 1875 Behind this is the sV "p le. d ant
age Frenchman's averstoai to 0' :
w during the day. France. too strong premier. i t chooses the premier and he
duerab v SThe United States oper^^M^,: '^ In o office Oon while he'
nthely-ow was predicted Pfllmlin, a lawyer o reand agri-0 sothounied sailing op~qi fit sea i umaritng tc o nly whe
wa Nebrahka and th orth cultural expert, accepted "n government with a31. Thed e temp aaoit of the ae-
Sd tonight and 30-below in principle" eee promised the Pre- checks and balances amoungny ad
em MiD ndnnesota. dent'he would ive his final an- The re are about a dozen -to sbt vet
In Chiago hundreds of plows swer by tonight. d Ct desFracs eFe
before an expected fall in slightly better chance than Pi not affected by t change hor t veteradley
temeratre to live belw nay to succeed Imd mar, however, and Gov. John 8. y snce
into deepening French crisis. W 'Ir tffya






ta reading of 33 degrees es them into dle eas minter of agriculture, a that both thee ships are other a eb a war e-tw- of all a-
Pflimlln's MRP, a predomin- A ot e cr elsd
i skidded and slithered antly Catholic party, killed Pi-:V
ough therloop and busand nays chances when de it refused to lament rin ar 1 oii belain
he Ears pod comparatively government, just asfro the nees os bly dpuCompan' theit $300,0
osle MP vote had toppd Arranements were t ne Pnaywas n n-t
hica ,go', Midway Airport Mendes-France early Saturday. Balboa Hemnhts .wered ~ inP was n t vas
-aern cut off traffic lar and achieved stature with operate onef e reer the fr t n ve d-
tmes as visi y se and his lone MRP vote for the West- Line tte steamers.for the
is eek ern European Union in the As-portation of freight only WIenever s the new it...
S netime1 plas were sembly's showdown debate last tn accordance wlth action .. head- the w e mt Bly so t te















| ~pruetion will hit I awaiting I oa 18- lDecember. He personally cam- en by the Panama C lT e the t e eope and sil
newand. us agned within his party for panym Board of DrectSt1aanly the second swand a. Aominentd
any o flights hrad to lbe d oi- la. Panama. will be uta .. 4o avh P n
to other cies..Pflimlin, of Alsatian descent, freightereffective Th ted out
e northerly gal r d Is a lawyer of more than 20 southbound sailing e ha nL thite_
h e tde new pr sai the todyea eoerience. York on March 31. ThB the tmp "r the spirit Of
i' cused muctn win sa e entered politics after the plan of operation; forU w utr and c e*veshdall
th Dakoe a ekly an hih of 1- war as a Gepuy to the provi- e wa adopted b$ the Many i i t t all vet-
Farther South the gale Stirred alonalAssembly and recelved'himBoard in its meeting on JaX. 13. Nor InstanceWhi Pierre Men- amia coupenpatlon
ust storms n Kanessnd firsont cabinet pout, minister of The nAncon and the Cris ob l ds-Frane. ea U emerr e -i n 3A e ne
om yexar of .. health, In 1948. are not affected by tb# chang e d iMR haBie m formiti theti roiveteran.
Dautel ts week wuld Kennett SHe made his mark, however, and ome John S. Seybold tateU emblyp sold. wift enince
reaitnz of 3a erees, whiloas minister ot aicul ture, a that both of these ships are to ,ta
s e d t had 7.e n pose t he held despite numerous e utilized to capacity tomeet and w eon. t aT a
The East had CoMPRtivelyovernmant changes from md the government w fopainy-Govern-d
tem rat audin tn high to 19 1. mo.es o n nt employes. ta
1mhie t Palm.B each Fla.,st gardens "so long as the income f-t tir trt (t
Itn (9-dr hi weather. foundat tax xmpt resented 'Hafteoe' e tot
scheduleswhh led to h bum
mnPfrodusetionraaerfl
both .4.. momw ,

Ofd GM truk by e United State adthe Co. home leave
T i l Weekr curania." by Congress ye *.
Feb. 11 (UP) WEST CHESTER, Pa Feb. fr the ft 1
production willhit (UP) The late Pierre du Pont 1s9Pallr o u "
h of 168.- left the major partofi estate, Pz*-4
P sthisweek.estimated between- 100 and 156 m I. P ma DmIfp' W iL
new a to e tedto- Hlon dollars to Longwood Founds- ds t.ee' s( -....
t e Nesew, Inc., whirhorOeAtesLto-nione -o FW
The -trade newspapersaid the today. tyaled' UL %wa, --.
waks" reduction will shatter Du Pont, foremr president and liUe. -, 2 2The ptGw s Te .1 *"
high of 188-hairmaof the bar of E. 1, du review' a sOm
m ars turned outin June of Pont de Nemoura &Co. mad emto t he A
bOom year of 1950. eral Motors, died last AW at his xai l .on.....
The paper predicted te roe-estate at Longwood Garildu, neatesenH
Sprroduction this week would Kennett Square Pa. He develop- .mefit of t
bithe first of a series of n.ed the horticultural exhibit to r suulles .
i odsa In the next many years "for public inspection, The BOard took Into inf
and a haN. education and enjoyment.'- the decrease t the Coimn JIM 1 l itioat
In his will, he recommended the Government working force and w0 the Osver okpn
.ucoutput will fall off this income from his bequest to the the antlelpate deulease in the all! eg*11ons NaW o
k, ver, the ow .satd. foundation, be used for, mainte. use of the Banam Line by eot-' IA C=4aa to
Iaid truck umductlou W1l1l nance and Improveme of t hea p106y who no w efttake
from the 18A52 uWItj lat gardens "so long us the income vantage-of air ."44-ta'pftl
to 15,110 this week because from the fondation Is ta exempt .he United Stateg.W Mete.i.
Chrysler and 00GMC truck by the United States and the Com- nose leae I smaon d
eI cheieover curtailments.mOnwealth of Pennplvanla." by Congress la ye '.
el.c~ai~ovr cutatlenta. ._2..1


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PW YORK Feb. 11 (UP) -Roy M. Cohn wined and dined
Uy Matusow, former Cemmu while helping him prepare "fi
Wh has retracted testimoy tesAmony against 13 cony I c
xWe st' Red trials. said -.today Red leaders.


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