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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00653
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SONE V ,am. 'N ,AOVANC 1i ss 24.00 By VICTOR RIESEL

this country has no doubt of the

The Communistunders rl ound n -
meanig oi tie Bulgantn-Kkrus-A
chev seizure of power in the Krem-
THE M AliBO I The shift from Malenkov .
means shifting into high gear on ,'
S- the espionage, sabotage and strike
*qThe Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama American. fronts in the U.S. as well as across
Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential the world.
..f you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the This is certain. The line selling
"%day. Letters are published in the order received. for less propaganda and more pa-
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. ralysis aI the western word was'
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. laid down in a four-hour, 67-ah
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opini s speech drUned through by std
ased in letters from readers. ,-.u-uniuat party ooss NWki t
S- o Khrushchev. He unburdened him.
RE-RATING OF POSITIONS of the Central Committee of the
Communist party of the Soviet Un-
r, oinhb on Jan. 25-taking most of the
jAhere is a saving. "Beware of these bearing many gifts." It morning to do It.
appears that part of the recent Remon-Eisenhower Treaty is in N o1 one stirred during that pe
that class. num session. You're ead If y
Ten positions as truckdriver held by U. S. citizens were re- move. Especially since Xhushea y

move. Ie a since K rualicitiW
cenily re-allocated to that of locality rate of pay by the Panama gurgled out Eome very tidy w4rd4a
Ca Company This means that thee positions are no longer in this talk-words rattling withk.
b on the rate being pald to truck drivers in the U. S. The the overtones of death to tag op-
ne rate o Day will be based solely on geographical location. sition. The words came early wifl-
a me, it also means that my local rate of pay as a truck- in the first 10' minutes. ikita
drl r will remain at the same rate as I am now earning when spoke of "right-wing deviation" on,
the-treaty actually goes into effect because there will be no te part of some of his colleagues.
hi er paid truckdriver. regardless of citizenship. This will be
ab ng v the treaty because I will be receiving equal !ay for Nikita then said this reminded.
equl work done by any Americans in the position of truckdriver him of the views of "'Rykv ean
with the Panama Canal Company. ) ukharln." Right awma y Gnorgt
I am not looking forward to any rosy future with the Pan- Malenkov, who sat obediently m
amra Canal Company when the treaty goes into effect. Losing lent, must have know be was th :
myCommlssary privileges plus paying taxes to Panama without ished-because Rykov- and Bukn ep
a r ise in nay is going to work a very large hardship upon my- in were among the first to e

eifand my fami ly. t eed iut bk hthe m d-thirtIs t
1;t s a fact that the Panama Canal Company has on its local cqinifes that they were low prigh
rat rolls man American cities, including honorably dis- wing beasts indeed and deserve ed

&for rolls mant American Trckdrver 2ade7 T olS
ch eC members of the' armed forces of the U.S. The reason to get bullets In the baek cofe

,. r nikwme ne- Whch | course, teesyd1ladind Canad WASH T --(NEA )- rel Seyaril og tur, a da t age, II& tS i
for.hn racial discrimination is that they happened to be pborn Which course, they s t
int#he Philippine Islands. Guam, Hawaii. Virgin Islands, Puerto
Rid or other count tries. __
SIrnce the Panama Canal Company kakes this attitude against In the language of the,. mist-

it citizens what chance do I hae as a citizen of Panama new-wovldolmakersreolut o vreean doo a a f..etn'.
foaion men "a n n 44t*
for-jt treatment? tb going too soft, to*o C a
e m Panamanian Truekdrle comrades. The onlyorord
-- :___________ _you to do is to die beooa -'wt're
going revolutionary ag a.

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-' Op dAner pto nWA fo te atand riotous troo?.... "o --." l "
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ts pmrartydf to Congress on his Fods ih4 live tuiev.Sas a Cabinet meeting, bera"Issue a.
1Thaland's e h wilpolicy resolution lot reduced to aaAt-the..rtuorned ftm the Paris asked _ba
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ne aI ment of reached the Senate floorfor de-Tue4dtrY is now aild to be- 19.55 h
baet.oThe rleeo tw-eeiasttmslting "theopreuiden-'sn t
Sin here wilt he Explainig that used to playthi :'conference was sue-
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c Egyptian rh 24 Destiny Mire is not sufficiently pow Georeto Watrd-piass o thl rals tohe -
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l. ts must be caution The tIns saying l effect, said. tor
U dd e p k nowa the de3ko BOWiM i.i-,Efauver, was "thatIftyout
4ltrated their h%%- tensd. Thue Wlow about to throw, *-_pa, s o floi?" pl, -. ...a
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IS. bknowstot o ru e lst movemtheAm'euh a "bag lftr gi '. ,,
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coge S sanaamnit waipps t sm. Lie te0 dbit aenhowtr om nel.

10sn whichin aotsr Nev l-e es1Pnlk 19t)eada t
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Recently musticMe Ba a r(eaie &ga-p e the game aeI) s haoepetared ; -
160ad iSthede ntA F L c o mSator tnsathengavhisA9" toefame
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en'a eat he--r wa asea- from --he--uih, a who .ia, has 7yto-
T and which accounts, In part, for iyWdfootbal, perhaps

varlr.ss 4eOF i,
nickname council session In Miami Beach. the game started ry. a ..oi
.. ...- . . ;.contracts pre.chi.d.them io the.-t to n-.

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tukng themIs0ateof the Com- I)N4 flU"B-.'
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*The Maill Box is on open forum for readers of The Panama American.
arm received gratefully and are handled In wholly confidential
pJf "you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the
,ftwy. Letters are published in the order received.
fles try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions
r in letters from readers.
ere lsa saying, "Beware of those bearing many gifts." It
S ars that part of the recent Remon-Elsenhower Treaty Is in
cen posiLions as truckdriver held by U. S. citizens were re-
y re-allocated to that of locality rate of pay by the Panama
lC Company. This means that these positions are no longer
b d on the rate being paid to truck drivers in the U. 8. The
ne rate of pay will be based solely on geographical location.
o me, it also means that my local rate of pay as a truck-
fW r will remain at the same rate as I am now earning when
treaty actually goes into effect because there will be no
ier paid truckdriver, regardless of citizenship. This will be
Ing bv the treaty because I will be receiving equal pay for
eqdl work done by any Americans in the position of truckdriver
iiA the Panama Canal Company.
1 am not looking forward to any rosy future with the Pan-
"W* Canal Company when the treaty goes into effect. Losing
Su= Commissary privileges plus paying taxes to Panama without
Sitse in pay is going to work a very large hardship upon my-
nd my family. '
t is a fact that the Panama Canal Company has on its local
rolls many American citizens, including honorably dis-
I xged members of the' armed forces of the U. S. The reason
ftfrhis racial discrimination is that they happened to be born
e Philippine Islands. Guam, Hawaii, Virgin Islands, Puerto
Sor other countries.
4Since the Panama Canal Company takes this attitude against
it*lwn citizens; what chance do I have as a citizen of Panama
foriust treatment?
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The Communist underground in
this country has no doubt of the
meaning oW tne Bulganin-Kbrusb
chev seizure of power in the Krem-
lin. The shift from Malenkov
means, shifting into high gear on
the espionage, sabotage and strike
fronts in the U.S. as well as across
the world.
This is certain. The line calling
for less propaganda and more pa-
ralysis in the western world was
laid down in a four-hour, 67-page
speech dr.ned through ,by world
L-,.iiiunist party ooss Nikita
Khrushchev. He unburdened him-
self of this "report" to the plenum
of the Central Committee of the
Communist party of the Soviet Un-
lob on Jan. 25-taking most of the
morning to do it.
No one stirred during that ple,
num session. You're dead if you
move. Especially since Khrushchev
gurgled out some very tidy words
in, this talk-words rattling with
the overtones of death to the oppo-
sition. The words came early, with-
in the first 10' minutes. Nikita
spoke of "right-wing deviation" on
the part of some of his colleagues.
Nikita then said this reminded
him of the views of "Rykoy and
3ukharin." Right a w a y Georgi
Malenkov, who sat obediently si.
lent, must have known he was fin.
shed-because Rykov and Bukhar-
in were among the first to be trot-
ted out back in the mid-thirties to
confess that they were low right-
wing beasts indeed and deserved
to get bullets in the back of the
necKx. Which, of course, they did
get. .
In the language of the Russian
new-world-makers, "right-wing de-
viation" meant "Some of you are
going too soft, too conservative,
comrades. The only thing left for
you to do is to die because we're
going revolutionary again". ,.
Then orders flashed throughout
the world for a speedup of sabo-
tage and riotous strikes; '.
That woMrd went ouit In the anat

Secretive Dulles

By Peter Edson
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few weeks. In England, Canada, WASHINGTON -(NEA)- Presi- Secretary Dulles, of course, had day and age, 98 years after Lincoln
New Zealand, Australia, France, dent Eisenhower's special message the. starring role in the premiere and Douglas argued out their num-
Italy and where the party is to Congress on his Formosa fight live telecast of a Cabinet meeting, ber one issue. When Mr. Smith
active on" waterif f there will policy resolution got reduced to a after he returned from the Paris asked British Historian Arnold
be demonstrations iginst the ship. football game when the subject conference. Toynbee what the subject of' the
ment of arms to troops abroad. reached the Senate floor for de- The secretary is now said to be- 1955 debate should be, he got this
There will be port es. If pos. bate. lieve that telecasting the presiden- surprising answer:
sible. There will be sabotage, fires, Explaining that "I used to play tial press conference was so suc- "The central problem today Is
violence and ektrenl, demands football badly," Sen. Leverett Sal- cessful he'd like to get In on the the same as when Lincoln and Dou-
on employers. tonstall of Massachusetts' (Har- act, and makp his pronouncements glas debated. It is--
vard, 1914) said: "A player, let us direct to the American people in- "Can the world survive half slave
In the U.S. the Communist party assume, is about to throw a for- stead of through reporters, and half free?"
is not sufficiently powerful to pa- ward pass. Is the opposing team
ralyze us. But it ip active in New going to let him throw the pass Atomic Ener g y Commission Rep. Henry 0. Talle (R., la.)
England, New Yok, dA Pemnnsyl- without any effort to defend its Chairman Lewis L. Strauss recent- has come up with the -interesting
ngla electronic pa IN g oal line? Or is it going to ly sent a letter, to Herbprt, L. statistic that the U. S. government
nide the Fporp ^ 7top h1im? We see that situationtIt Block, a Washington cartoonist Wo spend .over 32million next
ige. It ls ia.Toy every game f football we watch." has been pretty critical of AEC;ye r-just gldherifg statistics. This
ihicago meat pak1lng- idtisf But Sen. 'Estes KefauVote of Teamn. policies in~ s 'raWings. The.iit- is an increase t f $ I Mlon over
can cripple, or sabotage, metal (U. of. Tenn., 1924) -inter p r et- ier -said; this year and the year before.
mining. it can stall shipping. ed this analogy as meaning preven- Department of Agriculture is the
'However, the Amertcan Commu. five war. What Senator Saltonstall "Before you run me out of town, biggest statistical gathering agency
Alsts must be cautious.; The party's was saying in effect, said Senator would you mind sending me one in the country, with all sorts of
*leaders know that the FBI has in- Kefauver, was "that if you see a of your originals, for my collec- reports on crops and research.
filtrated their high command. The fellow about to throw a pass, you tion?" They will cost an estimated $12.5
Comintern rep (representative) In jump in first, to break it up." million.
charge of Soviet activities in the "Yes; but you do this only. after Carleton Smith, head of the Na- Bureau of Census is a poor set-
U.S. knows that he must move the game has started," observed tional Arts Foundation in New ond with estimated expenditures of
carefully. So the party's orders to Sen. William F. Knowland of Call- York, is trying to cook up a unique only $7.5 million-except in those
its people are to use legitimate fornia (U. of Calif., 1930). program to celebrate the 100th an- years when it has to make special,
strike situations and routine labor- "No!" objected Senator Kefau- niversary of the founding of his census reports on agriculture or
management disputes as the areas ver. "He (President Eisenhower, home town, Bement, Ill. business. They cost an estimated
in which to stir trouble. West Point, 1915) did not say any- $5 million or $6 million more.
This means that the Communists thing about waiting until after the This little central corn belt city ,
must race to get their people plant- football game had started." (pop. c. 1500) has one principal Bureau of Labor Satistics In De-
ed inside the AFL and CIO-some- Senator Saltonstall then gave his claim to fame. Abraham Lincoln apartment of Labor, which handles
thing which is giving George interpretation of the rules. "As the and Stephen A. Douglas met there cost of living index, employment
Meany a terrific headache now senator from California, who has July 29 1858, to arrange their and wage rates, spends a little
and which accounts, in part, for played football, perhaps more re- schedule of seven debates on sla. under $7 million on its facts and
the strain he has been showing cently than I, knows-one cannot very, now known to every school figures.
these days at the AFL executive throw a forward pass until after child who studies American histo- -Foreign experts who go into in-
council session in Miami Beach. the game hasstarted." ry. Bryant cottage, built in 1856 international conferences with the
-The Communists already have and still standing in Bement, is United States complain that Ameri-
infiltrated legitimate unions in Televisonr men say that repre- place where the two candidates cans are statistics mad. They say
some strategic areas. They now sentatives of Secretary of State for Congress held their meeting. the Americans are always yelling
await the coming strike-crisis sea- John F o s t e r Dulles 'have ap- To celebrate the Bement centen- because other countsips can't pro-
son. Hundreds of labor contracts preached them on the possibility nial, native son Smith conceived duce accurate figures on the per
expiref'in the next .'fw months. of having one of his press confer the idea for another series of de- capital consumption of popcorn and
These. cover millions of workers ences filmed and televised, bates on the big question of this such things.
in the auto, aircraft, machine,
steel, communications and food in.
dustries, to mention a few I. V I II I Il I

Just to plnpntl*S1 a N
you can watch the Commie u
cover apparatus operate -
your eye on Ford's River ]
plant. Especially on the
building. Deep in the thou
working there is one of the
muncsts' most powerful cell
It is waiting for the CIO
Workers Union contract with
to expire at the end of May.
ter Reuther will then demand
guaranteed annual wage.
At that time the Comn munis
In that plant, in tat building
open up behind Reuther's ba
will scream for a showdown
all industry. It will demand
conditional surrender. It wil
for de npastrations. It will si
pattern for Communist cells e
It ,will reflect the change in
cow. For as Bulganin, the el
cal and heavy Industry con

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walter wincnenl In New TorK

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sands BROADWAY CYNIC'S LOVE ered by the fact that he gave up until the sponsor phoned: "Get rid
Corn- SONG smoking 2 days, 16 hours, 12 min- of that girl, she's awful-" . So
Is. Remember the nights we danced utes and 18 seconds ago. Donald fired her... Dinah Shorel
Auto at the Stork? -
Ford They called us the Love-Lights of Midtown Vignette: Louise King Broadwa; Chop-Suey: Marilyn
Wal- New York. just joined the cast of "7 Year Bradley of "Plain & Fancy" and
id the Life with you then was electric. Itch." Has one of the leads .. .The Norwood Smith of "Can-Can" will
grand, other afternoon Louise met a gal- unite when nis decree is final-
it cell We went to First-Nights-heart- chum at Sardi's for lunch ... Host Joyce Bryant preems at the Apolo
g, will in-hand. Vincent put them at one of the today ... Audrey Read Jackson
ck. It Ill never forget your smile-I think front tables, usually reserved for is honeymooning with Denslow
with Whenever I brought you gems and stars . Every time the rush of Dade. He's with the Herald-Trib;
d un- mink. patrons kept both doors' open, the she's associate ed of Reader''sDije
Scall But now tat we're t alas,girls shivered from the chilly. blasts .. Peter Mullen, son of the Gen'l
et the Black, .I .. "You know," sighed Louise, Sessions Judge, weds Cecilia Kirby
very. I wish I had That Money back! "being a star is great. But the n May . Wilbur Clark's $35,000
-Sidney Ascher unknowns sitting in the rear must advance check to the Runyon Fund
be a heluva lot warmer!" arrived. For the 3r Annual Tour-
Mos- s Celebs About Town: Maureen -- nament of Golf Champions, April
lectr- O'Hara doing the Hollywoodark. Memos of a Midnighter: Coast- 26tb at his Desert Inn Vegas. The
struc- glasses-bit along Vth Aveane and ers report that Marilyn Monroe' sFund winds up with more than
Spro- fooling nobody . Carol Bruce, Real season for being in Manlht- $50,000. Thanks! . It's a son
intern Geraldine Page and Nanette Fa- tan 4s a Mhdison Avenue tycoon, for the Jerry Fujikawas. Pop's in
heavy bray among the actresstocracy at who offices around the corner from "Teahouse of the August Moon"
vorl. The Black Magic .. Rita Gam her hotel Detectives now sus-... "Plain & Fancy" must be-a
and Kim Novak beautifying the pect that Rubinstein was killed in click. It already has a lawsua by
Purple Tree Room in The Vander an ordinary stickup after putting Richard Gehman, who alleges It
r-_ built . Betty George among the up a light . .Don Rogers of the I a "swipe" from his "Wonderful
many show-biz headliners audil Herald-Trib's financial dept. may Good," which never made The Big
S tioning for "Ankles Aweigh" at the succeed Bill Robinson (at Hanna- Time . S. Davis, Jr., broke
Hellinger . Ambassador Ralph gan Associates), now the new Coca- the Copa rity recorfor customers,
P0S Bunche (of the United Nations) Cola prexy . Deserved Award: 949 in the first 5 nights.
who Is also a wl at billiards . Dance Magazine's top choreograph- -
SDeputy Inspector L Feeley (Mr, ec medal to Tony Charmoll for his
Big of the Serge Rubinstein assas. dance magic on The Hit Parade. Valetines: Jimmy Stewart t
;sination-mystery) who lost 10 lMs. The talented young chap will lend "The Far Country" with Corlk
'since the murder Janis Paige his skll to "Ankles Aweigh" . Calvet. .Janne Saunders, a
Dat-Man?) sighing over bl-tinmer r face covered (ai the photos of toys with "Ma k f m
Lisa Kirk's luffbhuiesa at the Per- the Greenwich Villa ge killing) is tender love-lft .. .. R K re
Ssan Room . Anne Francis, So Claire Williams, a dancer . .Sisters' pla tof cere," .
Good In the aft Spencer Tracy Gueas the Serge Rubinsteain thing 1 AU-c .. . flaat
film-click ("Bad Day At -Black the greatest mystery on B'way bach's merry vioWaig eM the ir
Rock" at th Rlval). on 1ltpk inace What Happened To Late s t ..." Billy amfppard's songs at
bridal path Sabbath a. m. .. Critc OU Rumai ... Ke-nat M
-* G. J, Nathan: Rap Van M e N. Y. Novleet: Sometimes yen rI'secoruln 2 of a
,-0. Henry eavens b" e ... blo ow
S Sallies In Our ABley: AHhlywtod his punchy stories (ati
starlet sashaento theae last endi ) that aeem tre
night wCN u aid. n'Mai N-
f S IL . hast a .gy i e P
ashuiaam.'* able c.^ AIEiUHll iMM thisee -v .7 5 .-f- : -ail

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WASI*GI lb b 2- & fre. n ee nd that Iudes, lawyers
s om,"W "and eo.ement o fer are di.d
.K es =t De.bonest iucumpeent and stupid.
heir report t the onection be- "The manner and frequecy with
tween IV p'.atu and Juvenile which cime is brought bdoes thet
crime. owv r; It doemla't-k as eyes and ears of American chil-
if they would succeed, area Indicates a complete disre-
The Senaie Committee on Juve- guard for psychological and social
nile delinquency did such a forth- consequences
right job on comic bopks and child
crime that the comic-book Indus- CRIME VIA I '" '
try appointed a czar to clean up.
Equally forthright hearings were "Televislon crime &ma'm
held on television programs which potenUiaj much m r,
the big networks offer, up to chfl. i re and y
aren- ouri4g the hours between 4 motion picture,
and 6 p.m., and a draft report has books. Attending a movie g J
been w-itten by the staff and dis. money, so nr average
tribute to members of the pe poure to films in the theatre ds
mittee. A copy of the report was to be liml:Ld to a fewa
also sen to Interested networ- s week. Comic books dem strong
for their comment, and the howl imaginary prujectiuns. Also they
that came k has echoedaround be soght ut
Senate- committee rooms. But television, available at the
However, the three members Of flick of a knob and'combining visu.
the 'Senate committee-Langer of I. and audible aspects into a live
North Dakota Kefauver of Ten. story, has a greater mpat upon
nessee, and aennings of Missouri its child audience mpctupon
-are staiading pat. hey may even .
strengthen their report. "What the effecs ofa
Meanwhile, here is some of the ,ng fve six e of child see.
stinging criticism of the TV pro- cd fve ix nd a seven people kill.
grams whiet the preliminary ben. E eac afternoon might be in
a wc to nr-ar b terms of making callous his nor.
ate report, so far still secret, tev.:rs. of ms tking eilth k notf
els at the big telecasters who mold m, to that kind of hu
the amndS of millions of children, mn destruction Is an unown
quantity," points out the so far
GREATEST MIND MOLDE unpublished Senate report.

"Secio.ogists have pointed out
that television has wrought the
most marked influence upon the
habits of the family of any techni-
cal development since the motor.
car we Into mass production . .
Even the less dogmatic parents
and educators are oegining to be
concerned plout the repeated ex-
posure of children to the sequence
of crimL and violence on televi-.
"While it is not the Intent of the
subcommltte to equate crime and
violence with badness," says the
draft Senate report, "It is a prob-
lem resulting from the repeated
exposure of boys and girls to a
sordid and brutal fare."
To illustrate the tremendous Im.
ract watch TV now has on' chil-I
dren, the Scate. committee cited
a survey .in the'-nation's capital by
Charles Haden Alldredge as fol-
"Interviews with 400 families
owning television in the metropoli-
%an area oi Washington, D.C., re-
vealed that motion picture attend-
ance has fallen oft 49 per cent
among children of families that
ownea TV sets for more than twe.
years. Children read 11 per cent
tewer magazines, 15.7 per cent
fewer comics and 9.2 per cent
lewer books."
Commenting on this survey, the
Senate draft report stated: "Young
children may be termed a unique
group. For them television is not
intruding upjn already established
patterns. Because they can watch
television before they are able to
read the printed word .. -. they
are apt to undergo heavy exposure
to television In 'pre-school days.
Television is frequently the first

Citing various child experts who
had studied television, the commit-
tee report stated;
"It was found that hundreds and
hundreds of exposures to thge pf.
fering of ctuer Jqr the purpose of
entertainnr.at hdst unfortunately
have brought about in many, many
children an atrophy of such de,
sirable emotions as sympathy and
compassion toward those in dis-
tress, and also; Lof the desire. t
help alleviate thl pain or misery
of those being maltreated, even ti
the point of torture. This atrophy
leaves *car tissues In the form of-
a hardness, an intense selfishness,
even merciessness, proportionate
to the amount' of exposure and Its
play on the native temperament
of each chbd."
Other highlights of the senators'
findings on juvenile TV: The- na.
tional association of radio and tele.
vision broadcasters has only three-
on their staff to review TV shows.
They have monitored only 42 TV
stations in 20 cities have never
withdrawn'the NARTB official seal
of approval from any TV .station.
. .The Federal Communications
Commiss'cr a steered clear of
guidance re clldren'1 pr_. s.
talk ]a t the Tfigh qdlut a,their
proposed prograigs in adva*e, bt'
do little about them afterward.
... "The commissionn" says FCC
Chairman Rosel Hyde "has only
very rarely been able to determine
that a station's programing
standards have so far deteorlated
as to warrant a finding that its
continued operation would not
serve the public Interest." .
The British Broadcasting Compa-
ny, in contrast, does an excellent
iob on children a programs. *ena-

Despite third the amount of vio- tors commended "the constructive
lence which the big networks are approach" of BBC; also noted its
dishing out t, young children has 'fairly rigid control of there air
increased rather than decreased, waves."
the Senate probers found.
Citing a study of the seven New C
York TV stations, the Senate re- Compi gn Started
port showed that "the number of i
acts and threats of violence had In US To Bolster
increased substantially between
1952 apd 1953.' This meant 8.2 Coffee Market
acts and' threats of violence per
hour, the survey showed.
"Furtnermore, during the week SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador
of Jan. 4-10 1953 children's te Feb. 12 (UP) JobMcAtlenan
vision hours in New York were president of the U.S. National
twice as saturated with violence as Coffee Assoclition, aid today 0
other hours," the stated. "vigorous campaign" to increase
Another TV survey cited by the coffee-drinking In the Uhited
Senate. pobers indicated that "theStatess needed to bolster the
nomination or crime and violence sagging coffee market.
is increasing rather than diminish. a c-
Summar-ing the obvious effect terence U.S. coffee imports have
of TV programs upon juvenile dereased 4.000,000 bags' 1t the
crime, the unpublished Senate re- past year. after increasing only
port states: 1.7 per cent while the American
"It was found that life Is cheap; population was increasing 8.6 per
death, autfering, sadism. and brin ent during the preceding five
tality are subjects of callous indlf- years.

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Smo i n Affec Heart Action With Your Feet
I CRCH O CES.m- Unles You
S- wt. i a._ the C i N" a CHICAO, Feb. (P).- The doctors aid, however, the nle ou
uori, ,ct, ors.t-dyn.thehearoIns s hem h In artsact ion.
Church .f Chisto a .JA T Jotiral of the American Medi- ther normal persons or those In most cast
*Mb r1. "" -"4-"""seen" "Womn. od ------ 1 #ad assiesralAm'taigrteaok-withoheartdseo
Ss produce de ndmme- differ in mechanism from those for anyone ey po
3. M. . e Le.es..S tiebh Im ",ePs Aeui u '6 7 .. date effect on the ot on n of the who suffer from "tobacco eat. car with his feet but
3aLasOAs dS', lb I i. ** li* -Mee.glhMm g s' eBl hemg w tb I- WDOl0VMnuI i heart in both normal persona The latter suffer sweating, diz- ony raie when Roal -W
avius_ aB a.- 4 ilo1 1 am ed t umm to oed=, SuuIs.lms JB ._s ........ .o A and those With heart disease. ziness, headache and Irregular 47, pulled e stunt
&=AL: Amserictan ama. al que 7 see- sgBuildi ng No. 1 541) 9O1t1:A ; r KX 7The doctor* recommended that heartbeat rom smoking, symp-
ServicesASund ayniWel so u1aL Seic." A -de p McM t"ae *Arvkso s AreLl, lsdin.. 1e041 g kI11 heart disease sufferers quit toms which often are confused World wa throw to
M10 A AJO: No. ab ath a. bass ~ No ..... *'""~"* smoking entirely, with heart disease. seat of his car whe
:30Mam4ilabl mea semiler walld ha we called to asrSchool (Busdng 711 .rmmed him from.
.th. disklawl mm h see ltled s m ship ....1..........: zo- W.AT fT *The report was lade by Drs. The doctors said smoking by g fom the back a
c1ehdes k Isiort .ese byWaoe. CI p ....t.......tp.m. &QJ| 0 41e0 Henry I. Ruask, Virgil J. Dorset heart disease patients appearedlegs till dangling t
Unitarian W ............ .ou qF 9********** 4 1 and BurtonL. Z lohman, all of to show up heart muscle weak- seat, World saw a tre .
A OC BASE 7 the U.S. Public Health Servic, by constricUtng blood yes- loom i front of the
i" Catiolic Eisc l whp -..: 1: A KQ4 ** 1 t i and Dr. Isidore Buff, Charles- sels throughout the body. The
_ P C Op roup g.. .......<:30 'nd S OTM (*i ton, W.Va. "tobacco heart" patient, they Using his feet be aa
BsS T m. MAW a . L r Good T IANRoIMA 30 4n a n -K9o 3a said, eta poisonouseffect from ear back to the high
,As. Sunday Manese: 7:0.6:00. 10= and Ua, W OD.. :3o VA Q e 3 In an aeeompanying editorial, nicotine. gained control.
W a 12ea sumer" % mu. o a ool1 a uildiNo.1190. 0J " 5 4 i the journal saidthe rnow ap-nictin, ged co r o
C.L mand 7.00 to$100 p.m. be re 110 D2 M OFor&.n LOW DC un, lan .... -,""h
lour anMI Mira o.H Mlyda mtoiiia p.. o.. I=.&AL o an 0 the first Sunday ind a e y tetortes, ean damage the heart YOU DON'T NEEDlMONEY II
to ibr al Sco l an month).muscle.
aoo h m. class: .afte the0. O m B ib Cloase .... ... i ma s 3"- P" P bp
S' Sunday Masses: 5:M 7:0 & 9:30 am. W EDN m and ly Sup Mass...........900 & 7 l te. m i
Holy ay masses: 5: a.m. d 5:00 Holy C.......... . CO s ...... ettes n 5 eron t.......ested. The ... 0 so:s ot o id
BaptiSt Confs.: SaUrdayO:30.00ad r OStr BVO criKstBB "*" How would ou bid the test group included both I opposite Railroad Station
p hnss ondam.: FON0aT Pan ys i s n o t h

s~e "' id sai or t dresons andt hset rn earm Just Sign Your Name.
M. Br d Mdays Bible Cl Moraing Prayer O.AIB RC BAS blem the pay of the carsl ette hc th r ...AND ALSO' i
31e 1 ewrn Ie ReO rCatd th. tHlsh m CSc : 1:1 to 4:1 ;S p.m. on Bil l n or in g P a 8: .. .. o for you makbe o i tthi es cause te same disturb-. ... :
u- .ny J .. ....... .... m.P. Ohursdarst. .... l Com i munlonI 1T3 trhek ssop e aa-- wit h ances am on heart disease pa-
SundayM ans :5.C. .7.... ...T --.......W- -........_ .... '
Eve o r p.m pSunday Mass. at 7:00 a m. Choir Rehearsal n ..........n7:30 U m ................... v0e d t lan d nsod o- ed persons. te
*oday.0 pm MHoly ay Masse at 6: :00 .m. A Hoe of Prayer 73for all people. .w h oin 5pr..........sons. het1nw0y d i n
Brotehood : Confession. : Saturday 3:30 to 00 to: ond/ S FOrhAr. ew(.SL ret O R ICA A U, r Sec eteat p e the or gamr Te y said the evidence did normal
f'pC 7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Sunday be fo re lTe Rev.MiltonA.Coo. u gDL.................. 1:0 i". ?.11 ^ ... w | | | r

.an e ea a rd.. 1e0Ca: 0oatr daA r e..o p. ......a...... p. mi.so t m oadOs of, toOue- re hb l. fe tha t smoking presents a.I

a rid fly a 7:00 p H 'H ,n don ........ s:3o o ................ .. 7:0 p.d I n*0 l" buN r va- ... Ae .n.. hY art as g *1 ni .; '|
. . -- Co himCUv.Wii...Wu BNrtaldon b0a rdko n Ther tw e s dor danhe r" to heart die
SacrdcHear, .. ru i 9:20clu .b.s O .S:Etp.m.a nrchu hSchool ........... 9:0n.s.(Spais hTey sa iu tt t n evCrt l s m d -- u .r..AND ALSOess

CatcmXCTATI. io .dNee,,,t d0COOWr shtslam tobid.normal-.,er....
a s. a i ........ Sunday Masses at :00 a and Choir Rehearsal .......... 7:0 O h Te s : When the and was played in a"
SM 1a Anr4 missed at most of the tables South in- e sa

Ool yD myMai at6: 00pdm. .L c. t na sn Mnhw cr.............. o...- A Sae mn eg u me ev enc ha no r w e c
Cuo ....a. onfesso sP and sk: Saturday 3 0 to 43 0 aev We d r r. vowo C C er a o t ps se of a som ing presents ao
e *c.i s 0m T h h .. i C lass: S. p.m.uday 2 :O T e c m igh t m a ke u t o r tw o-cu e-bi dsa d o I I I r
WM ra= P o,.C ..e o n e .a. f C oi:00 p.m voun . S hoy ..... ...... 7 ...e c a 0 nger to 0ea rt ea e
Byer r 1on iday. ursday He Rv.m on Sa 7vr ir t M ImI C e BO orn ......n clubs, but Nrth It e aid rably as-tih e.. . .

ar T raT .T r er. and Chu, S hool r.O e... hw u .........0: 2 w o n t Int rr at nevertheless
le B AT..........aSu Ay T. u JOSN E s t S.Simm3m .n Ax r h 2nCe IDEeN thaS o. a .. ... . uebiddG t ourd or- hem because

Masseas:6:00nda M ne a and3:301a. The Rev. John Spearp Prist nn Charge. Fo DA n be- thi cgue-i d. A eorf oe cl ub ,r
s o oly D ay Mausse a :0 a n dpm. 0 C. SUNDAYS d aSund in ... ....... 1: l u e d 1etsove oni r.. ofub undesirable effects on the
wev.W.. :00 a.P..-Ev, ni-gCh ra yrtaerm7:.0nLWorship .......... heart..

CS Lon Satur day 3:30 to 4:30 an Morning Prayer.,1st and C l ounday as 1 aSouthe haend toer e vI e a S
e:3 toU l:3. oay:30 .m. .... s l o .......... ........ 3 and o uldn't t a ere ome ha ver club. a
Cnae hi Cassnoe: 7Sa to :00.m. H4:o0 l ComLr CO. o Si pAA StAT Chas, woub l al t r ol of the Al'L s j ,

SMiraculousMedal Novena a:nd E-00 o uThsion 7Fellop.mw si ...: pmWa rsc hol.. .. .... .. 930 :

..d rnFriday. 7%e iHo vly l CoB rdon7camos e r ws...........t. fo rt heod ryesGosr
n ia p ? s s 4, u a, F r id ay 7 :3 08": 0Su n a y S c E o o l e .:y;.N r V 170 hie3S o r s h p . . . .N ow.is t heAt e toale ,uWcsth a seke d t h e Sh autN e w s
convert ltrueos: Thursday 7:00 p .m. E Chiae h Ti e Nur .......... 0:30 er s a o itr
P.m. (R.Q Int. Fri.wrong to I. A. interfere 1w ,nth

deK= TST. VINCEr S--anm city TSt Simon's DChu OrchFO T.D A fed the o r club s
on uHoly ay lMases: 8:30 and 5. 00 p.m. SU NDAYS RT d ULICK away0: er t hn e b oie b l u e at, ino+../.

:E "B" Sen e.s . 13 on Su nday.I Gi rl Fi n Seaturday the Met nes are .n'a ra y Saturday e the b.ene s o. Pint e thressi o N L
P Sraw er Ba lboa Hedne' C nverte11 Class: 6:20 p.m. T Suday V d WEDNES.AY S hr rcd n .D0s o u o h am e pe ito te perfe ct St N
Phanis a. lbo. 1. 6:00 and 8:30 aSrt.m.). oU Su dayS ..:da ...10. C OO Cm l aNA L STAeT O Chase, who e ts the role of theo clb
W ud b ooy, stAr C ns: Saturday 3.00 to :0 a nd H oly Communiong a ndSy a n e fi and Sermn 7. inetSh cure ctalm ly b fveo T i ght
srtr od .... a cm:00tom od p.m.h u rsd a y beaoemrtmon 2dan.d 4tn Su ndays .. au0:80l eds te fun r shU N

beSu na School Ho......Mas...: B= A a:oo D .9m I csUZI, UNaw ........ .l. 13 A.ricks Wen 0hist told b D URY, C --
n ,: o............,2........arh. O m edu .. .o The Caine a Mutiny Court Martial" *o

s r cl u Mo e No e a aYuthn T Pa callace ou down .. .ym...... d p.. wm.k clb. p y0 o b b5:00
O nay. 1 sCNoda ohip7d p.m SH S nday y s: 0 am lla 4u sdayS ......... 7 300 p.m CA w o a the e ta men t tan bd
P. 11ionsof the Cron:ldayr d a t L:00 P.ma. .......... :00 p.m. Jew C away from the bridge table, in
aJO na rau CCatechismCla: After 30 pmao n MONDA S a e e
Boel ia AveO.OO a Thnday.GTh e e vo iStp ....a 5turday ...... ............. Ia da the bet enses oftat exp session,
Prayer Mn Jo es Convert Clan: 6:30 am. Tuesday. and W JNI n DAYSsunday m he r .amo up with the perfect

:0C Shoraal SE hmaTday.Ee intPr r andA Seron 7:0P.MC.Mi.1 b clu su i Po st reoubl -
Sndao lao iK-- -- -- T- -- T nday. ATS D mTHUL SALAee m ning Prayer and ChrchSho l ot c4 answer to then ouble of our clubs.
& ir 0 .onr. ._.. ,..-- saT e LmST.T E SCO am. H o nioer. ........v mOther.Churc.s7- calmly bid five cr l ubs right
Sunday Masse: 6:30W and 30 m. C ilans CE nuchdarist. after being doubled at four cluprs.
Monday inM onthD ........ 101D im l Days Man: 6'3a m. (it It fell- 4th Thursdays .......t...... 7:30 pgm. CWHe .OF7.30NAZAlENS North thought this strange bid
Ri. an LA BOCA An1ew, C.Z0

ATiANTCl Ssalatd h is: s rm.ia mss5:00 am. OSBat Pe mr' Church MOtNA IW. CArdan lovers To i in wiy th, S tevenjIn
oalva o Ave pt12tmW MSMonday.:The Rev.DJohnESpearS PriestRin Charge BoxL A -con C.7, M-inslboaer 60 his right mind. if he l had a real

Canal l Confessonm" : to S3am.Sday. SUNDAYS sunday .:S ........... :4ua.m club suit, he would just redouble A W0
ro n eo. J. Jonol e and 7: Choral Eucharist and ~er D.70 am. m e Worsi lp........ 10 :0a
Sunday pod.................. A ST.JOHNBAPTIST D A BALLS mornit rayer and Church School Youth Servce ............ :n a: ho and play the hand there. If hebadl
Morcni.Wocu......;..........ro0e45khleoLlg t a w ne10 -00 amd. n o.f wyE ve"niaTService .......... 7.30Ep.m. & mild slam try, he would bid ."

We d Proav e .... l Week Day Ma.ss-: X: M v iThurs. a-0 a el set die. Wol..... 7:20 porh to s
oWE or a .DNESDAYSR v n Lam. S M. elub without a real club ts uit. A AWARD WHINNER.. First clan
a lvation A myonfs,+ 3:30 to 4:dl nnd 7:00 and7:00 to Holy Conmmni : aon,7:0 0 radin-. BvoSUinNDAYs :r the n n At ome
3:00dpin. a n Saturday YEAST DAYS Divine Warship ........... 0-s.m. void In clubslinSthe onlyanhwor."scour0 Th"ootn-e-

i sraeulounda eal Novena: Friday :00 Holy Comm Aon :00 am ay. Sunday S hoo ~ r............ e n Having come to this correct k on-g ceive s od' .d Country award,
TheARi on i Omnir. P .r v .Wion sh Tp ...... :pa BalboaAL lueas North jumped a tote lSIX oftue a te n ta of America,
2 Suda Sho CuC lnn: f: ess ions :.Sunday.Stra : 0 p ern. j
S r. C al h WillimA F ay C CtePSA oa *a w Es.st'sat heher at. this se O'vlet
A cCatechi s --mC pmon Suda y V0 y. h A -D SAs e o and st r d y ot Ar
PSonere 0SundayrMo: 7 0 0 m1. Sundy Monoda 5 am- Hol eo in rae7Sun30 y m.ee Inh Sol. o aleasd, took the ace.ast rp and k lgof iwa.Member g Troop No. 12,t
ConvertaColass:-M6eH.yD.:30 pnm.o0namda A. SeORoad. Balboa. hearts, and ruffed another club. datun and Ia now a member of

3he eSu.Aa n d r. -l.'Confed3:aCon s:.Saturday130:to7:3p m.7ofT Ro dar tfaChrr ac a.. m .He entered dummy with the in Toop No. 3Blba. The Ven
b3o0 S id.tn d wta S. Catechism Classd l n a 3:15 pm. on un 2 y. V i. Sd ecShhrlly.dArchdercon OFrLA R hDA B AIUMOd od r FiOaly S o Tu s tkt
7A0BOCA.CAlpFSa am ed eantunridays mun7o dayESchool 1. Sacram t a. o, take lbwith his last trump, and g of NicargUa, will be the guest
SrDTC .AgHolyFr day. Masss:606.:00 m.a nd Moda.10.Baloa.Y todraw East's last trump WithY
Li nMt.LW aftconvert Clap. n.d :ap.d1 on Thursday tAsAwe t hood 8:3fnas uU. MeeR,.; Sunday' (.A
Bo.lin S 1LCSo Rev. D. A. OsbT rne9; Ra.m Pau oa y. 0Paswe the jack of hearts. a .......LON
g:0,,0oo. 'r --8:OO ,Holy Communio n ad h a f t hdrr addreserw araaraUno trtnchoFinallynSteO e t e got back to hisi d
ote3o SundayScnool.ATLSta
11p 7:30 Solvaitn i on il1a.m

3:00 Th le Miraculous Medal Novena: 3200 and Rev. D. 4. Oebs and Home. Curundu 7116 Hotel118Panamal
BRSan. 5:00pm oMonday.BeayA. Cemfawol Sunday Sclipo...................:..... police arte re-ofsaling 365. Herhad central Ave.
Cnay.Chi sClas: After 3.00 Ia=n Youth M.........-.apent $50 on baby clothes.
COLON CENTRAL HALL Fi rsFrid y Exposition all day Duir- V L. i s lW p
Senior Captailn and Mm. C. MoosawD3y ing the School Year. end 8 aTheB. Rv ita Reilm d Atwel E
P 3-4th M StetCHRISM CHnURC *I4'HR5llA- OLD C TIRO$IJ S A compllatioof the outstand-
Ph" Ot-743.-- eing stories, articles and picLures
C l' WL o P.13hfL I which have appeared In ftie Sat-
3rdv S r.e HOLT 6: .anCdURC5--Marlarita= 1 HIS o 'Wasmhingtosn Tleys hmidaySileya end 41121,urday EveningPost since 172.U:
Even"p ............. 0 Holy Day Mt:rday am.m.aand 5:008S ZDA nd% e:0 Mi w ama on the new booksPa
Joseph amaConfesslons 4:00 to 5:00 and 7.10 to 610 0a.L Boly Commun-io Saranf 0 onio (H m in. circulatIon 'during the past
S104 olI JniMe&et.ing. MiraculousaMdal e : N o Chon1l2 charist -no rmoc ve)ol Sesio. iaC cd s-chmom week 'by the Canal Zone Library.
o0:46Moesay.MU'7MiralousMedovena:.'00P.M.10:30 .s colBcA The selections, labelled "The FOR A FEW DAY
6:00 Yuneo oe'10 Teen-aa o(b: 7:15 pL. ob Wednes- mo W EDNDAYrm=.P.ry"piesent an unusual portait
.n.o. h,0 oi-n Adult irmt Cla m toriedevotao l ........ 6so ma onial days to the present. In-

P-1sei-ceuCbtOfic24Schoon Tuesday.-SAT
9 'SS30s Pree service Catechism lass: 3:45 to 50 p0m. o San t She mve Sev e pst TT a. Bureau of Internal Reve-
1010F Sgdday. iae. u0 :.m. Youth's Meetin 430 p day s............100 s.i- nue. THRIFTY aWSERVICE
S i030 e--- he -- SUNDAY: Bible oure 7" m. Morning Worpblo ....... 1:00 m
Session for Nursery. KbdrrteU ST IrWCENJ2-slabew City WEDNESDAY: Bile sud and Prayr Evening Wor, p ....... .-730
Primary and Junior Dept Sunday Masses- 1:30 agm and 8:00 a.m. Service. 7:S0 p.m. ...... Children's books: The Goat
Chureb-tne Nurserv for children Holy Day Maesss: 6:00 am. and 6:00 I maeI am Ned that Went to School, Francis:
under 3. p.m. Pacific Side--PanamsA Barb a Rev.5wum inptFan, milia r Rachel, Lewiton: John's seek
S a-l Fellowshi to, and Districtar W Sun Schoo.............. ns. Yard Camp Renick The Ghost- Ply i s |in
ISNS-f h Siitu y. 7L 3 2 -3 -5111401 I I :'Oi Y rd a. S eit'; Ghost -
: eo s.Icr .e-al Cateain Cas: 0a m.a on Sunday Cabo V Ave. .J. F. do Ia nO No. vem"w.. .............. 70 y Trio, Smith; title League *m-,e-w.*-he
G EA Mraculos Mdel Nvena: 7i00 pin. r7.Panam- No. L. vca Slose4 Ha l....l- .......730l Tr
Al V A" N osres Novens: 7: p.m. on P st. No 3 C a T = ll sM. N- ,COF catcher, mith: Headquarters
an Warily ""O ka j5 we0m. 27 Ca
^, tgsb. moer Gambpau kwe a erdNoenayT .Puion N e -v L r8 and ,,b.Ranch, Warren; The Wonderful
Church eornesrd Gulsiard klev0 and Friday. 4th E t .Rioa Aao. SUn E No7 .7. He o Panam RP. Treasure Hunt, Wilde: Cowboys. ,n clp n
111ev. Aealner M. Balbo Chapel.OW 144 Gavii ILLle Sstationsm I h Coln. Cboor.llo n Johnson: BSsan Anthony. Girl SMwhd d"
M Re..Wal trAd,--Ld 7s Famts... Only)Isom. at
Pt6me S-130faInihC. hur.e- Paar m CrtbaMinista": C. Brewster. b C. who Dared, Monsell: and Will
onP ,Bomst Tayrlor. hI Ab. Trotman. Clark, Boy InBuckskins, Wilkie. i. u
1,102 11 = OF" tPiamnmiA Cale Dsild NotI. si fh t a yL or.. L M A lCl 5. $a 1 a. .Boy
-' h alls bl C104v l ab SL isBolivars AV& a g p.m.. T15 p a 8: p.m. 2 Ceuve ties rr sal
S-pl 'te a s-tt wam % H M am arimlo D Pte "P Places: m. Tend de r in
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e's Bid For Tariff-Cutting

wers Clears First Hurdle

SMAHINGTON, Feb. 12 (UP) trade to strengthen this nation's
.4 Jresident Eisenhower's re- allies against "Communist armed
for broad tariff-cutting aggression" and "internal sub-
cleared its first congres- version." m .t.t
-l hurdle yesterday when The committee started voting tsfr I I
oudase Ways and Means on the bill only Wednesday. *
Ittee approved it on a Several Republicans protested | .
pin 20 to 5 vote. that Democratic leaders, long -
bl, approved after the supporters of reciprocal trade iy
ttee slapped down crip- pacts, were "railroading" it
GOP amendments, would through.
the Reciprocal Trade A- But most GOP members voted )
ts Act.for three years. It to get it out of the committee
p d gve the President after their restrictive amend-
cent over that period. The committte made some
controversial measure technical changes but for all
toukh opposition n the! Practical purposes the bill that
e floor where there is strong came out followed .e President's -
tionist" sentiment. parti-' request down the line. -" :- .
17 among key Republicans.
House will be asked to con- r i
r It dnoer a special proce- Frate il in Duth
ruling out amendments. UJ T- I
to committee will be con- r Paininng Emblem --
eas refused last year to "O Coeds' Panties
t e President's request for ow. 1"I WA 69 v M
Sthree-year extension wh DENVER, Feb. 12 (UP)-Den- -____.____________ _
ra tariff-cutting power. He DNer
acted a simple exten ver University officials placed a
t e prent la oe ag today on students involved "I'm just practicing now? Next week I get to try it
Democratic protests that he was n a painting episodee here in with film"
oet willing to fight hard enoughI which one coed had a fraternity
wat realy want. d ... emblem stenciled on the seat ofr i --. .
I Wrteen Democrats-n and six her panties while upended. been stolen and that Alpha Chi -
ublicans voted for the lla in Members of Kappa Sigma Fra-f Omega girls were believed to I tt .
Houe icommrttte Opa ed ternity, who lured 10 Alpha Chl have known where It was. After,
four Republicans andpone Omega sorority'members to the the girls were lured to the frat
SFonrrat afrat house by serenading them Ihouse a kangaroo court was held, I
L- n Aime T. orand (&.) was claimed the painting was "all the girls were "convicted" and: .
ed t have cast the lone in the nature of good fun." Ithen sentenced to have the cres- 77
ocratic vote against the bill. University officials felt other- cent and star emlbazoned on
oh M. .Mason (R-Ill.) al- wise however. The inter-frater- their foreheads.
Salaint it. along with rnity counl placed Kappa Sigma After five girls had the sym-
'-three senior Republican on probation until Junse 0. All bol painted on their foreheads,' \J
Seof he ooannitteen~eps. er toappa Signma ito i t'a Pirtle said the situation "got out
,,, Reed (N.Y.), Thomas red to resign by tonight and of hand" when one coed, not
(0.)-and Richard M.l allcampus and social functions ,identified, was stood on her head Soe men ore wonderful pr.
(Pa.) wlthe ere ordered cancele for theobd. rful pr
S oving te bhe the Greek letter club mem- and the symbol painted on her vde They'll buy anything pro.
ittee reacted the Pres- girls and boys involved A sorority spokesman said the _" .-----. -
est for new power were-o dered yDU ficialsnot girls "are pretty unhappy." I
Similar tariff concessions to discuss the incident and not
similar ctri es sin s to pOS ,for any pictures.

j'i i ,i wastdeed to ay for aint- liThePaciic Slan avigallon Company
spattered coed clothing, and to
'& chairman Jere apologize, in writing, to all girls INCORPOATD RO-AL CHARTER 1at4
tnd ey men Allwyn Skid Pirtle, second vice
"groupfoudl there art of president of the fraternity .and Ro R0 Mnes .id
s l .stratloneArdtio the capt#n of the University' golf
1 *Therefore it was de- team, said the K a Sigma FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
I .. members were "terribly sorry" a- W
tWfo remo the It. mttee tr r' a BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
adi cl..eared the CA-'-"tteef bout the*Incident, hit, sied any
e tly month after the rough stuff was Involved. -OF SOUTH AMERICA ,
...del nt to C6ngrel his He said a kappa Sigma sym-
am expanding world bol and memorial pque had TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S, M.V. "SALINAS .. ........................:.F.eb. 11;
S.S. "KENUTA' ........................ .'...Feb. 13"
S I ^ iA--,iAilM BI.Au A CnA M ,. v.iIW A SIB P.J oo." (oO TM. ) .....s PT.b.-.'
A"eep stl General Cargo For: .a.. cuti '....................................Feb.'4.
A T COSTAND GULF PORTS U.S.A. M.V. gARMIENTO" ...................Feb. 17
S, ,' lUnpas: Every Fifteen Daym for: ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA I.NE
i Houston and New'Orleans TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
B.S. "PARIMA" ....................................Feb. SN
Blaegsp: Every Ten Days for: g.. "DUIVBNDYK" ...............................Feb. 21
w York Philadelphia Baltimore TO UK/CONTINENT
Nsw Y.s. "LOCH GARTH" .............................. Feb. 14
(Gulf Vessels ean at VBRACRUZ and TAMPICO .S4 "LOCH RYAN" .........................Feb. 23

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.At ,i to Ol/To P th S Sem .CLiOe #i
oaa't toopfAl a Bac -h soon
-, . Chapter orority ar In clebrati- choral euchar- l
,..a bi-mon at St. Peterl= r .o La BO- EVER Y career al has that one otl Ua1rWa iafsI

S iea P .mf ,, .4Lw..i ,,_. mhe -.oso. onaCurundu o ingC tdeo, rate i hr desk taar', yra. e
-.... i-.+X..e.--p h-o- Adi.- -a-m----,m S1 beBt growth is nOa etsecretu sOtey Y In rrat ioIiB.
t.-.; *. or D 'h |at thle celebration which be- stashed someplace. And that bot-Ih .. i'....

",sd ever tahre brmge w hoewr th t de place at alboa taduma mentotg kit. It's their of bobbywhe
* -. ,dor ly refrehments with the Val -I _,ilded and ..... Sundayy even there will be |you want it, but where in all the r
Terore otf Colomb T- .tb h oto o hrad l Cpracther Vtae Rev. James Clean out,. of course. Do It Fine Frnitr
-is ea t- at a hm- offieras at thr T ho- m Me wf to be held n near water, who will preach h several powder puff no one s a round a
Sgavhoorm t are e the reasury sermhioner are urged to but the bookleftaninpeople. But where a
40ohhi to theNOetam a dCa The Episcopal Young Church- paent deorate this desk vare s Aemb a e

Sarh l M r l ti a te nPhi of Margarl- lm sf, consisting of the youth of n a h at.
St r SmIthei : pSshi, will make their It'stgrowr 'ltheis noesecret.d Or
U a s-eWS Derote. M "_d. en Gosmteel andMr rson Celebrated April 30. Following the d mass missoary uat ..es..1of s Its own accord. In
I _1'191 .fr, m .to.. IV a L2 1 y ,--ad, .l, e plans ad 1 ^ _..prepara. service Planned by the I strict a memo to call mother, In ges. ,
te yraa ttttOrhtnoobenbMr. Jean HnallTr-onht forward to take place at Balboa stadium a mending kit. It's there ,

c Woody mearddra Ma ra eshments Hrr. Ruen C. net the aek l on.The et or raining hardest, be youmed want familit, b arut where in

htdo er ee ais B;i ee eD orHve son a 7 '30 Lis te d as c dl keer ou s m a efu l ytur
Present. hand Arheme o n For reeraton pse cl: redbya han A de .deert.w erved man days were a elected for the Once you've revamped, donTt feel
=oh M lr Hrry io Navy 2t0; tlnelaid b yo hoiteseePesWart and interview eofson just to tesomet yor that's then nd of it. Tend your
'ws tYo a e at jor phoo in i- frad alr las nwe -l--C or Mrlu. L.eu Ariah Te Aeoabe willea rIe ne r tParishionersough are urged ra but the cleaning people. Bute m

eon r, Mr. Strickland iCluband La ee Mttaal S is era d ad rd htcu arranged tImreta ibs en the Are you really eager enough a-doou dr e what
of theand Mi d K y 8gatet. e si ae talan Mrs dida P T Me 0 tott N aile nd PBa of heart but thih coege to have yobhair c k tii n'g
l Dan- G annvery te l S Ma will be hld March 11, A White Elephant" ra- the ot parconcernedt. A clean, new spare
FClrns Weohasvi I oMrs. leonor and friendly Aociattn wel be Panam. Those desiring rea- fl d and won by PoeUy -on, with the answer ought to be yes. Eveng. i thers in rla- .,S

M The final classes, wi of th e byCarnival G. ret clditonducted atof the rnera Hall O ueet'rvati s. proceeds of thtable Ienie Girl. Jack dies your second choice job or oom. Soap in a closediW
Dance Graorp will brane held at e pMrsrt Louise Schealy We Cb In WPanama Citny aorlyowl B th og e to the trembvrye schtar A requiem mass will be held at Mateosoapdis. Any Cos
MI AYvon Boug n. French candidatesreMrs.Eleanor vy Club. Lunch wI beservdt 2 inl pa Pe gCore setad a Isalo

obener, at Wednesday, At -30 Smie o Thechange .tmetin place rstk. representative for ter a The cea rtul concluded tIerf'or morn Besisdse yt b suita cotic'
A "Carnavato" a been population of La Boca. For the ohet. Janre soul of the late Mrs. D usl la A hairbrush is a good Ide
plannedan nd tho who have Governors Me being meetings will contin- snth rha entineGirl Cn- hr ley Barca, Eloener Borga, Viwhere Leach. take it home oftento b towasld
montunas motoand polleMary Kurth, Mrs. Mary Phillips, chosen is "Marry The NavSojouraersnd t r sixth a mong nla Coello ma Cde, dred how important your appearance ling toothbrush, in a ti
Birthday Party Mrs. Doris rednugh, and The Worl tll.a r picture is Fri Cone Thompo Peg- is at this time. According to the f i
Miss ha tion M s exltend- Mrs..Edna rls. The eelelons A ordeal Invitati ollecatt- in L the February eml Wer th Mary Elleen s director of the Nm-aional atitute m-
ed to military personneday wandill be hld March at a e- is extended to members at 7:30.of rh. Cude pee- auline on Aice Nai- of reer Consultants, four out of, er-wor .
both aof the Canal Zone mand the ,,armeetsn.We n |lub sand he m a .Alpa Capter I tel Bolton and Jane Martndell. cause of their appearance. gdI fhe nofosk,
SRepublic of Panama to attend. f Mrs. es anr Heart F containeLater, preparation for coolr can't leak and s
Littleguests present were Mike ment committee at the next And i thp Canal Zone.s how, weom. g a balaina length It's In a pressurized contatur
an Maygumeststh and' regular meeting will be Mrs. omongthedtI1;rof pale blue net over satin. ..eanps eiw adwo fluffsloutdwheny

NC. P. 0Orc. WI arsandB-1Eleanor Dailey, Club e A Solon Introo Marge Mduces cus-eda butwrdig etl nosre eo e ne ge ready

SHolds'aeetig K.,Sayanand enwM.JeAnJre Hanr rison J A Mrs. Wet fourl ledges present were B for the first interview by concen- office drawer, this could
woody th arn tvdrabDroste.eMrgnwJean nmbllnand Mrs-tHarrisonoSr.,,Mrs. Reub en C.saomt detabBable aesuporaniusdayesluhrshumed witha familiar

CheOdceo wives club of e e o ill TO Su ort rating on your looks e Airtighto
c rol eldbrothe.rs, BobbyMaroielotta. Hood, Mrs. Lionel McGarr, Mr.aava tssn or a1 j tiw a t.

mand her sis- Outgoing Hofficers were Mrs. Win.LddlawMrs.N.d o e St e omcn ger t the anus umotle oan tshol kd ro maw-ko ma :o

A| Dv1. Ierer alesoDnro thyDavirM hriss. D0 mrr1l e gstrap lMssDR MO Ter r members
ter, dBetty Lo rrO.wr asoO b1DorTeothDavMrs.Jeanoralo, a. dMrs. n Hawrry C. sn teress o wntOth erP em r t It seems as though t hee dis- AndC keep house careful
de eev.. .- T l e Forreservationsu etpleas e -call epr etahn r Show A delici ,dbert ll asor servedmal day s wereaselectereg the Once you've revamped. don'
present, and E,...., .r.. 'I.'. byo .a Chopterhon otes e es P 1,,00,000f000 bout thesmoolimesto cover hai r ion.I DS O
I -ArleneCr br'Mrs.k-HarryRbansom.Navy23 eatan s iredde, were f Mp br on e y e.tz and interview season just to test your that's the -nd of It. Tend y
Assitng. Mrs. Rqbert Micek The 23rd of Feb. is the First or Mrs. L... Cow, Navy 3781. Mary er o ou rae
e Mrs. Helen Anniversary of the new Chie.f- spWlso .irley oarcaanM thedr you r nt
with'st ricland Petty Officers Wives Club and La Doas Mutual Polly.eggyeWers Introduc tive table laden wfith alentineshJob enough to get rained on?
Gercich, wilbelbaey esp. Te MHet At t earnn. and rd hibiscus atrallgh d In the Are you really eager enough a-
andThe MISS Fr 6,Hllbeoneebratedbdrctorto onUTtheetporSomo drt othersll speaeors andfeatiedia shape of hearts. bout this college to have w hair1

Costa a wl be special afternoon t Bank ew ln from Cara- hily hle he ps em and 7 million for both Pgin, but do it this once. Gloves,
reached ato n t. Christo he's ". an- eand Fherendly met early today. will be the spoon on the fledge systems iwon rba Polly on, with the answer ought to b Shoes. COSEvenn
The urch Rio Abajo, tomorrow. Conduct lef at the urnr Halle s the proceeds of the raffle givenif its your second hoicels butob or
ne GrOp will b e heard at th hung on "P streetin Panam owing the program eggy to the treasury. scho, every nservative, iew you get 1
EucSO-bJWg. n Armed Pam&3e. xon oesd at i p.m. rprsnt each pe ke rwithI . maaken you more a t ease and isg O X.l I l_ )O

US l rJWB r e fc s e c o ad. PAU. -(UP) Ay assst
crenterA atWenesl iThe change in meltineplacerretens token eac p ere th an The closi ritueLconcluded therefore important. Besides, your .
S hol Carnavaito e :l5 a.m. KLeon Ie opulatlo of La Ba. For "a mple eRrcha e Rof ro-t-ar etent were: Mary Ro Kn, choie very badly.uny dy h.
planned, and those who have tine belng meetings will contin- son brought a her guest, er ley Barca, Elner orgEir i One shouldn't need to o h '
monatuns, maotUo13, and polue-,ohrr.,lNrs. ler abe e th une.p Copello, FUma A cue, ldredhow unsortant your appearance hair! Luky for you
Trse are askedno even em.rv- raHa l's finances have b en r Kentucky. Mrs. HP Frick, Connie Thomp, Pe g- is at this time. According to theeasy beau.
cordial Invitation is extenad-IHl Secretaries will start collects isiting her daugerre Wertz Mary Eileen W n,director of the National ntitutes tiful awr With
bied to missiar service tne retarded a. coffee "buynuers at:3in A pledge meet- Pauline Zon, Alce Nail, Marga-of Career Consultants, four out of
their families, andt te pThe i b tying to e the price of ng asse di be conduct ret Trask, Edith Balbirnie. I.'na- ten career gils lose out on jobs be- n

ftev. Raymond Zon, Pr ermer PURa SENTIMENT ea WHAT Brazin' prindpal rt at 87 Tuesdays, Wednesdayt and Thursdays ea follows: reporhe_. ._ mnt_ you can repir the
Republinofthe a o f Panama to attend. AS A GIFT UPERFECT cnta ou. Sl Later, preparationo for a coole the un
posedLuke wll delverview will be d mon already has he out three intermediate from to 7 wh red y hai

t istm o o t r ex atdene enroed t Wrid s preeIntroduHighSchool cs sed i er wl b dfri W ee,,
H olds 'Meeting F i TngoblgIonil oe for the first interview by con ceno oior
Chief Officers wivesctu f I H rrin O n to o to u p treating h on yow, r Vi ht

a at a I n u eT o *NU C.O cn-S e b e enus ,n s e d g/y t
Coco Solo held their re vlar dej To ..rW -- r ami ll aid you in eep- ha
meeting with President Mrs. Do- Mr. oie Csarris, Hghwren oBuldng I or aand helpkeep your on Fery d

dorootr at theY arats gave dSt of Peri Neseve. died y I I The actress played the art of 'AMAADOR

rmiyatevi peidi.ly 18. the her, the mot excingNreset ay terday mott at the hohe igh Be.le WMBAing A the movie at
The adie eno ve aoven-ae receive this year her ster, llow a lon one aith the Wind." Couv
i DE JANEIRO.. Feb..12..I. The crib bar takes a er. WASHINGTON. Feb. 12 (UP) .e.iconrtive. The .firs in Coave de Muile ias to new ,] AI atJl aama bolle
Three top-level U.S. o.-rible, beating. There are naw-- Sen. Alber Gore (D-Tennte this l.fean,-de bt hTearno Fren.hlambassador to the .1_S..J will u nt a Iamb.ofsPw tI
avereetwee the two cou-e one handed her inplastic ttioff- today t legislation he also had appeared nA vee

rLo omeb e oIwi chedled s mfor .' tom u or I extra-drlicious brtntee *ould make avitabe C t wfor-ith osAho Bch
UIA IteprtCnO tnnounye-u Pcut4rhytNis_ yher th-ee ,Yr. 2 -e ou mt A wUy O Savil ACC ..an -rn, n ths y e.,e .
C ,,v,,.o-. ....-a/r Rcrisi.; 4,,ra-Theyftr also a protection against fext five years $1,100,000,00oa can' the mos m" onotered r -t.
ment ata beakBaby's eating a chunk of wood. ear forfederale aid to ghwayhters, M. As Bell bean danin n vaudevlle T w .
ToI Pel I coffee market. your looks.

S a Unted ta i s t. Secretary of State Baby grabs the spoon while at thea of our. She became a
.. . ;,enry Hollnd, asistnt sec- you're feeding him because he's The annual appropri a t I o n right is"the corrects choice. If YOU
.. O1.r erby, and Hawthorne Arev, it's his way of learning. Just for the primary highway system'.,doarn't mron a beret toscov, yo
The Revy torancs Harrison of. a director of the U.S. oret-Io t ot anothaderdispoonand feed un- 325 million .or the. s con rhad You musica l necoverdv "None
Costa & lca, will be speca u port Bank.tlew in. hroumara-rriedly while he experiments system and 275 million forbohagaibYouimay nerwearGones, Ih :
preacher at t.Crtohe one elfs. wechere they met early today. witeralh trying the spoon the edge systems in urban areas. yes, and absolutely cean.Shoes.l
Church, Rio AbO, tomorrated. .Ho l ndleft the artv ccorn- medium or flit heels, but not
He will be heard at theb ung|D .. nanying Vice President Richard if- ..loafers. Conservative, weli-maia-
Eucharist beginning at 7:30 am. .'.. M. Nixon .on a Latin American you have your choice, pick THE RIGHT PLACE trained handbag.
Fr. Clarence W.nHayes est-in-R ood will tour to make the tript esheetsO for Baby's crib.o x co
charge of St. Chrisat ,e, will to uproot eve giiadant sergeant-at.,rm,-in Minn
S Clarnce '. Cragw.. d" In told t'e newspapers here the if he can get a start. There's no mots's house of representatives Is oll Ahl'these "'oriou,......
The -Church Committee will1I .u:: tireeAmrin'sTw 're coming to chance this way. oJohiLrw.
hold abriefmeetingat :15aa.m..Pu-y- Rio for I"a simple exchange of FondDadlI oom I sunny ,aye Oh,
And, the Church Sehol will meet -Nnformation.".but most o rv-E,.YORKtFeb 12 (UP) --thoue poor, oDr h dIMR-
for morning prayer and atru-A-.Sg to wk ItA frm believed the trip was con- n MYORK,mFeb. f2 mrth)
Stion at 10:30 anm. -ui-e.--O..... s.d.r.... moe t ..
There wil be no eveninga ,rv- Bra l's finances have been in SPANISH COURSE motion picture and musical co.n-ll hai! uy,
ice ua s4 parishioners Cnd bad shape s ne July, when the The University of Panama is offering an intensive edv star, was found dead In he-
bi mission& service I$'the started a.coffee ,buyere d to April 15. .a t ayatp plice yofCOLOR SHAMPOOn
_ihboa Stadium at 4 pand The by trying to. .theprice of Class will be conducted in small groups"on-Mondays, o o b es
ov -onTe. SpPRESENTIENT ra wzaei i.'shprincipalw ati_871 It it/Tuea ys,.,Wednesd ay and Thursdays a follows: reputed. i

American offloaia explained And we wil have to add to those We make loans with guarantes on first mortgages and Victor Moore She ala- ap-
that during WorldWar I the most appreciated gifts the one a ,. urt.. peared f Ibsen aO hosts.
i trade Agreement between/the You stear was covinced he or other securities. P I s oI |J M i .si
two countries was suspended at wouldn' et because parents
Ecuador's request because that men good ac tors that their 25 t e $1 and $OP
country found It impossible to "., we can't possiMy get you
comply with the tariff cones. that" wasso convincing. PZl -
Sdor Mi fond that her dopen- -'what he w I ES make the I RUJJ P -- COLOR
d am uncasarevy .asf..c eeafs "-," CHRISTMAS SAVINGS reve cnoP s AcnAs PWr OW.
a o000 f Inoom waso great Mt his parents reallydid wAMder. A offie Mil 1- or C 014
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FOR SALE: Magic Chef gas
range, 4 burners, oven, broiler,
good condition. Phone Panama
FOR SALE:-Norge refrigerator.
8 cu. ft., 60 cycle, excellent con-
dition. Phone Panama 3-6082.
FOR SALE:--60 cycle Frigidaire
9 cu. ft. refrigerator, excellent
condition. Child's wagon. Call
1591. Colon.
FOR SALE:-Double beds with
spring 26 00. Wardrobes 25.00.
Nighi tables 4 50. Dining room
table and chairs 49.00. China
closets 18.00. Wicker sofa and
arm chair 29 00 Rockers 6.00.
vanities 29 00. GUARANTEED
GAS STOVES 69.00. Springs,
Mattresses. Pillows. eic. We de-
liver at first small down Payment
CHANGE. 41 National Av, Tel.
3-4911. H X. pavs CASH for
your old furniture.
FOR SALE:-Well-aged native
mahogany dining set consisting
of eight chairs, and -table; will
sell with or without buffet. Com-
plete $250.00. Larae rectangular
mirror $20.00. Various other
household Items. Balboa 2896,
5PI84-B Parsons, Diablo.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse Re-
frigerator, 25 cycle, $125.00.
Zenith radio and Record player,
..$50.00. Double mattress and
spring with Hollywood legs,
$50.00 Christmas tree decaro-
,.ions, lights and stand. Other
minor items. 1576-A Gavilan
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Eleven Venetian
blinds. Various sizes. 0949 Ama-
dor Road. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Leaving must sell by
the 15th Feb., one stuff sofa and
chair, $30.00; two blue glass top
& tables $4.50 ea. Chair closet.
SI 5 00. Call during duty hours
87-7246, after duty hours Pan-
ama 3-2189.

Real Estate'
FOR SALE:-Nice property of 5
hectares. Partly cultivated with
numerous fruit trees bearing.
Running water aloil the year.
Fenced-On the Colzodo Larga
Road. Tel. 3-2577.
7000 meters in Arrailan. lust
outside Canal Zone. Better house
started, part finished for living.
Water and electricity. Garden
cultivoted.. Fruit trees. If wanted
house can be finished very econ-
omi-:lly Beoutiful natural pool
nearby. Nice neighbors.-Post
Box 2023, Ancon.

SMotorcycles *
.OR 'SALE: Motorcycle. Harley-
vldson. cheap, 1948 model.
Telephone Balboa 1857.

Sh"s collide

'n N. Y. Harbor,

Damage Sight
NEW YORK, Feb. 12 (TP -
The inbound British freighter
City of Bristol and the outbound
American President Lines
freighter President Harding col-
lided in rain and fog at the en-
trance to New York Harbor at
2:30 p.m. yesterday.
First reports to the Coast
Guard said the City oa Bristol,
inbound from Bombay with 115
men aboard was sinking. Harbor
police reported later. however,
the shin was making its way in-
to the harbor "with a,hole In it."
The President Harding was
damaged only slihtlyu n con-
tinued on course to Norfolk, Va..
en route to the Far East.
President Lines officials said
the Harding's skinper radioed no
one was injured. The Coast
Guard said no one was reported
hurt aboard the Bristol.
Both ships are now "proceed-
inr under their own power to
their destinations."
The President Harding. a Vic-
tory type freighter built In Ore-
con in 1945, was carrying no
The Amircan. President Lines
"aid the Hardina's Capt. M. J.
)oneleh reported only "slight
damnee" to his app.
A suokesmn f the ine said
it believed the .j "jat brush-

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FOR SALE: Dodge Coronet,
perfect condition, duty paid. Bar-
gain. Telephone 2-1259, office
.FOR SALE:-1955 Pontiac, pri-
vate owner can make good deal
on sale or trade. Call Curundu
FOR SALE:- Good 1949 Ford
Tudor Sedan, $475.00 cash or
terms. 83-6230 evenings week-

FOR SALE:-1941 Oldsmobile
hydromotic Club Coupe. Tele-
phone Panama 3-4586 or Coro-
zol 3127.
OR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-
dor Sedan Deluxe. Very good
condition. 759-C Barnebey St.,
Balboa 2-4413.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Fordor, perfect condition. Price
$1.000.00 cash. C. 0. Meson. S.
A .Tel. 2-4944.

FOR SALE; 1949 Oldsmobile
Convertible. Rocket engine, per-
fect condition, excellent rubber.
$650.00. Clayton 87-7223.
FOR SALE: 1953 Austin 4-
door Sedan, black. Excellent con-
dition, good ooseoronce. Mexico
Avenue No. 52, Apt. 6. Tele-
phone 3-6297, Panama.
FOR SALE:-1952 Morris Ox-
ford. Colle Balboa 1214.
FOR SALE:-1952 Customline
Ford W/Ford-o-motic, radio.
Phone Clayton 4147.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Savoy Sedan. 2-door, tinted glass
thruout. foam rubber cushions,
undercoated, $90.00, heater, less
than 5 months old driven less
than 5000 miles.-J. S. Skin-
ner. Jr. 1539 Mango St, Phone
FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth. 2-
door Sedon. Good condition. Apt.
8 No 11. Peru Ave.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super
by original owner. Radio, new
seat covers, W-W tires. $850.-
s Can be financed. Alb. 2241.
FOR SALE'--ZI W Lik i'Sedan.
Good condition. $300.00. Parolse
103. Apt. H, Tel. 4-639.

City Moves
To Give Elders
A Place To Plaoy
WAYNE, Neb. (UP)-The
Wayne Herald, a weekly, said a
move by the town council to re.
model the police station probably
is a "move to provide card-play-
ing facilities" for the town's eld-
er citizens.
And the Herald added that it be-
lieved the city should make
the move.
"We go all out for the rest of
our citizens the paper sald,
' why not for the elders, too? '
These.men are valuable citi-
zens. They have lived here a long
time. They are paying taxes. They
have helped make Wayne what it'
is today.'

Governor Gives
License Plate,
Gets Turkey

Repair all kinds of bamboo furni-
ture. Work done at your home.
Workmanship guaranteed. Tel.
S2-5174, Homnie Jimmy. Call*
Juan B. Sosa No. 22. *
Sows sharpened by precision sow-
filing machine. Radios repaired,
skilled radio tecnicion. 142 Co-
lie Estudiante, between J &' K


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

FOR SALE: Air conditioned
Chrysler Airtemp 1-3 hp $90.-
Phone 3-2506.
FOR SALE:-Heavy trailer 1 1-2
tons. Drag harrows, Asbestoscord
17 electns motors 1-2 hp.. 25 c.
25 transformers type T-48212.
40 governors type 040348 part
IA116-84. everything new. Sell
for highest offer. Post Box 2023,
FOR SALE:-18 month cocker,
$25.00. Good home only. Phone
Complete set consisting of 4
matched George Sayers Woods,
and Tommy Armour matched
Irons Nos. 2 to 9 inclusive. Put-
ter. new golf bag, shoes size
II ;i. Phone Curundu 83-3270
or can be seen at Quarters 2053C.
FOR SALE-"Burroughs calcula-
tor, fier rugs. 9x12 and 8x10,
steel 140' square dining table
enamel top. kitchen table. House
2426 Morgan Ave. or telephone
Balboa 2914.
And what is his most precious
Valentine>? Appealing YOU with
Nour hair, skin and'nolls beau-
tiullv groomed. Hazel Engel and
Gene Trader have the knowhow.
Genell's Co:oli Beauty Stiop,
Navy 3812.
FOR SALE:-Large boys English
bicycle. Also boys 26-inch bi-
cycle. Balboa 2-3775.
FOR SALE:-Plano and bencH.
Venetiaon blinds. miscellaneous
Items. Call 4-185.

Boats & Motors
1953 Wizard (Mercury) twin
6. Less than 20 hrs. No salt
Water $125 00. Phone 85-4218.
I .

Dennis Roberts, 7, of Perry, Is.,
and Gov. Dennis Roberts 51, of
Rhode Island have laid the
groundwork for a lasting friend- .
The younsar Dennis offered the --
older Dennis a case of eggs for BEAUTY OF THE DEEP-
the special license plate bearing It's not an exotic orchid. It's
the governor's nape used at the I not a creature frodmouter.sPace.
1854 governors' conference. The llt I s modeof a io)oal jelly-
plate wqu set, but the governor fish. Fashionedof blown glass,
said to forget about the eggs. this object is'part aof a display
However, the younger Dennis of undersea creatures at the
sent the older Dennis a 30 pound Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh.
live turkey last" Thanksgiving. In life, this jellyfsh is' found'
in large schools In the
Indian Ocean.
It 's The Little Indian

Things That Count g QIdan4
ORMD Neb. --(UP) The drive
for ftuald fo the 'local hospital FAA|C 1.
wasn't designed to provide a lot
of ltzxry.
The Weekly Quiz, reporting on lJ f f
the drive, oOdt;d! ,VI I 1
"The hospital got its sheets __, .b. ..-P
patched, some old rotten flooring G~ N LAND, Neb. (-- )
was ripped out and some walls -M D a, ace Creighton Uni-
painted; it get some towels, and versi i Schoolqaerbacc,
achda- o shr' me w cmfintsls so wt wo-aa s-a o
a l ot 'aa mr are ready ball that ees as c t keep
for prematue H .. s a up with him.. .
6Anhd flv Ni b ve enjoyed IS am_. _Dog
a Chu& b dqp.

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past Santo Cara. Low rtra-
Phone Balboh 1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clare Beach
Cottge1n-rckgaf refrigertion.
2-bedroom: Phone Bolboa 3050.

Phllpe. Oceanside c o tt a ge s,..
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone- Panama 3-1877, Cristo-
hal 3-1673.

Gromlich' Sonta Clara, Beach
Cottes. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates Phone Gamboa

Houses B
FOR RENT: Chalet one bel-
room, living-dining room, kitch-
en, on General Jose de Sari MAr-
tin No. 6, downstairs..

A HELPFUL MNbT Is given Pvt. Nom Cousino. 9,, ssd Infantry Rgment. .
Major James E Stacy, Commanudin fcer of the irst Battalion. Coach i, Pvt RO HultfaS *
Cousino w, one of wp ne*ebers of the battalion to. fire at Empire Range recently when aht
unit qtalit e dits men in basic arms. (U.S. Army Photo by e. arl Topham)

First Battalion Completes 2-Week Period

Of Known-Distance Firing At Empire Range

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Apartments Camp
33d Ir
ATTENTION 0.1.1 Just bu II t el of
modern furnished apartments, 1. two w
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel. that p'
Panama 3-4941. allber
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un- Brualif
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart- Brown
ments. Contact AJhambra Apart- Carblr
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386. Diii
Col6n. the ba
-of the
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart- second
ment: 2 bedrooms, living room, to En
dining room, porch. 2 bathrooms. f train
48th Street No. 27, Bella Vista.
- Alth
FOR RENT:-Apartment, living votee
room, one bedroom, modern con- were
veniences.. Apply 117 Via Espa- otternd
Ar upstairs. Tel. 3-0502. ].Xcha
FOR RENT:-Furnished one- supply
room apartment, screened. kitch- A
en, porch, telephone, garage. vithv
Tel. 3-5583. 10 a.m.-5 p.mn. rers
the re

FOR RENT:-Vacation Quar-
ters, March thru June, 6 rooms,
fully furnished, good location.
Ancon. Call 2-6315 after 1 p.ti

FOR RENT:-Furnished living
room, dining room, 2 bedrooms,
gas stove, refrigerator. Independ- ."
ent. 43rd Street No. 64, fiAol.

FOR RENT:-In Vista del Mar
two bedroom apartment. Porch.
dining room, kitchen Furnished
$100.00. semi-furnished $90.-
Tel. 3-0276.

FOR RENT:-Properly screened
apartment. W. T. Lum. 4th of
July Av., No. 61
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment suitable for two couple%.
63 4th'July Ave. See Janitor or
Phope Hopkins, palboo 2966.
FOR RENT .-2-bedroom apart-
ment, living-dining room, two
baths, maid's room, garage, laun-
dry facilities. 44th Street No. 32,
Apt. 4. Bella Vista. Tel. 3-0815.
FO RRENT:-2 furnished apart-
ments. North American neioh-
bars. regular'transportation. Tel.
FOR RENT:-GI inspected fur-
nished apartment with kitchen,
refrigerator, opposite Ancon P.O.
No. 17-18. 4th of July Ave.
Telephone 2-5133.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment. refrigerator. G.I. inspected
Via Porros No. 99. Phone 3-

FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment,
Garcle. 168 Via Beliserio Porrt.
FOR RENT: Modern apart-
ments, furnished or unfurnished.
hot water, garage, El Congreio.
Call 3-5692, apply at 2034 So-
bonoas Road.
FOR RENT:- Nicely furnished
one bedroom apartment, other
conveniences, hot water at "El
Congrejo." $75,00: With linen
S80.00. Call 3-4644 from 6 to
8 p.m. _I
FOR RENT:- Completdly fur-
nished one bedroom aDartment.
Reasonable. No. 5 50th Street.
Tel. 3-4797.
FOR RENT:-Furnished one be- .
room apartment. 48 St. No. 3.
575.00, $70.00.1ong terms. Goas
%tove, refrigerator.

FOR RENT: -Furnished room
with refrigerator. 4th of July
Avenue No, 7.
FOR RENT:-Large furnished
fnt room. conreniences. be.
chelor only. 22-67 Caolle tu-
dionte. corner Parique De 14-
sa, apiprteuta XI


WANTE.-A fu 'ihed a
e or 4- &om, ordwden spo
'r Tw Te or Pan. 3-
A .s n a a

was fi
was a

As i
If the
the to
sure I

enty thousand rounds in
eeka ..."
A was the final count after
inel of the First Battalion,
fantry Regiment complet-
wo week period of known
ce firing at Empire Range.
handed by Major James
cy, the First Battalion
bag and baggage to Em-
ange where they erected a
ity," living in pup-tents for
o week range period:
ated on the site of old
Empire, first home of the
nfantry Regiment, person-
the battalio niment into
weeks of Intepsive firing. In
period, 70,000, rounds of 30
r ammunition was fired to
y 600 men with the M-l,
ing Automatic Rifle and
ded into two groups, half
*ttalIon fired the first week
e bivouac period while the
I half of the grouD moved
ipire' for the second week

ough daylight hours were
id to firing, evening hours
used to clean equipment,
I movies and relia. A Post
nge truck traveled to the
each evening to provide
es for the troops.
typical day began at 5 a.m.
work call coming at 6:30.
and details were moved to
range to insure the first
being fired at 7 a.m. sharp.
the time the first round
hired until about 5 p.m.. It
strictly business, first fir-
r practice and then!record.
'ntive ran .high duril thi
period. Companies offered
ranging from inscribed
ete lighters to three day
Sto those firing the best
with each weapon.
an added Incentive, coach-
re assured a three day nass
e man they coached fired
op score. Each coach made
his firer was following the

SOn tabulating scores. as re-
corded in the pis, results read:
1-l, Sfc Miquel Bermudez. Cc.
'A", and Cpl. Chester B. Bomba,
Co.."B"., tied with a 230,out of a
possible 2A0; Pfc L. C. Jones. Co.
"B", scored 23q with the Bar,
droning 20 from a possible 250:
Carbine, Pfc Jnmes F. Rea.ley,
rfo. "A". hilyh with a 197. 3 prints
rhv of perfect; pistoL Pvt. Don-
SId Hammond, Co. "B". 313 out
of S50. T P fivp scores were tops
1' the battalion.

Qutemr Offers

New Courses

In Smo AId SFaze
(UP)-Rutgers University is offer-
ig. -a midque pourae on the prob-
lems of smog and amaze.
The course, first of its kind in
New Jersey, Is titled "Principles
of Air Polluin Control." Most of
the. "students" enrolled are pro-
easional men representing Indus-
trial firms and city health depart,
Intructors ,are recruited from
the university's meteorology, civ-
11 enigeeing, plant pathology
d biology departments under
tir direction of the school's de-
pariptent of sanitation, which has
made a 30-year study of similar
pollution problems.
The' corse deals generally with
the qffecta of air pollution an man
and his eykionment, principles of
measurement and survey and lat-
est methods of edatrol.

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f ThIm 1u Mexico
MuXIC CITY -.4UP)- Bea-
la farmers ate ta g a ed
aek at t-ee cue. .Uy little

Valentine's Day Origin Obscure

Greeting Cards .Started AD 1400
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 For' iefs associated with that time
makers of greeting cards bedeck- of year.
ed with hearts, for florists.I As to the true identity of the 1
bachelors and foot-weary post-! original patron saint of romance,
men, the coming of spring Is scholars can only guess for res
marked not by the March equl- liable records are lacking. Of
nox but by the 14th of February the seven Valentines on the ear- .
five weeks befor.. Ily Christian calendar of saints,
The modern St. Valentine's only two would seem eligible.
Day -Is something of an unac- Both were martyrs and mq have
countable tradition, its exact orl- died the same day.
gin obscured in antiquity. The, One was a physician named
National Geographic Society can Valentine, a preacher of thenoaw
report with confidence that there gospel who refused to renounce
are towns named Valentine in his faith. Legend has it that
Nebraska, Texas, Arkanas and before he went to hise death he
Arizona, not forgetting a Valen- cured his Jailer's daughter of
tines in Virgini. But tiere is no blindness and. sent her a fare-
such certasty o h how "Wetl-you. well note, ending: "From your
be-my-Valentine?" came about. Valentine."
On Valentine's eve, Victorian A second candidate Is Valen-
ladies once. hopefully tied bayT tine, Bishop of Interamna (mod-
leaves on their pillows to induce ern Terni) who Is said to have
dreams of their sweethearts.I defied an imperial edict by of-
They might have been shocked fielating at marriage ceremonies
to know that the romantic day's which were banned. He pkid
history could be traced to im- with his life, and some author-
perlal Ronie's pagan festival of cities say he met death on Feb-
Lup rcalia, which was quite ruary 14, A.D. 270, alongside the
un-Victorlan and uninhibited in preacher-physician Valentine.
Its observance. Celebrated Jna The practice of sending senti-.
mid-February, it was a time tol mental greeting cards began a-
invpke special gods for- theboon bout A.D. 1400. Lace paper and
of fertility. ribbonedI tr ~lkgladby be.
o d~djthis occain of 6agas lenlne gallh so u 'to aut
revelry give place-to the name- one another.
day of a Christian saint? And Valentines ere the earliett
who was Valentine? j American' greeting card. By'
T'he answer to the first ques- 1800 they were tremendously
tion, many historians believe, Is popular. "Comic" penny valew-
that Christianity, after conquer- tines came into vogue a century
ing Rome, instittued a mid-Feb-' later, and for a time the lover's
ruary religious feast of its own day was devoted to sending rude
to combat lingering pagan be-- insults always unsigni.

God Is Your Father

Univershi *o Chies*.
MAN EAS AN ENDUMING does he need societp-4k- rtal
FOUNDATION for the exercise, insects have that-but he
of brotherhood. Man is the image a true society far te att
of the living God. Each manof his happiness.
shares in the common Father- The true society must ptomoto
hood of the same Creator. the opportuuitlpi for each mean.
hood a atto develop according to his ow
Frail human nature finds it abilities and restrict all forced
difficult to recognize the image that block the realization ofi .
of God in a disagreeable, quar- what Is best in man. This Is du
relsome neighbor, in the dis- each man in justice.
solute derelict lying in the gutter. T HI DIVINE LAW goes beyond
in the vicious murderer in his the strict rules' of justice, of
eell, in wicked giving each man his duo. The
blood guilty Divine Law leads men'to 'dive
Hitlers; but the themselves of riches and even 6L
IMPage of od life itself for the sae of thers'aq
however distort', Seeing the Image of Ood iA eveM ,
ed is still there. human belig, a man speq
THEKE IS BUT even the least of his fellowme
ONE RACE, the whatever their material condi
human race, ex- Mions or the errors of their
rating from the The brotherhood of man d-
dawn of time rives from both the ntu la
tiU the end of Kerwil Divine laws. Brotherhood Ilfat
time. There is but one family a national concept; it s g-a-
of people sharing the same versal. It obliges eveV man el
weaknesses and the same capac- every nation to love ry
ity for the attainment of eternal man not because they are men
happiness with GOod. bers of his nation but beausm
No words can adequately de- they carry about in their
scribe, lnd no mind can ade- the image of God.
qua -ly measure the heights and THE BOT OOD .M y A
deschs of this great concept of should be the very spirit f
the brotherhood of man and the order we call de oerorit o
Fatherhood of God. We heapen Aristotle says in the
It by sloppy, sentimental appeals "Fraternity s generally held
and we create scandal by side- be the chief good of sAtes be
stepping its implications. cause it is the bet eg
t RBBROTHER3OOD OF against the danger of cvi (.
sla founded in'the very nature of senaonsW." The brotherhood ei
man. Man always seek for hap- man should be a moving spirll
pines. To attalk his goal man in any democratic society.
aeeds the compeal ship and without it there' ean be
help of other men. Not only democrats nor human sqewei.

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PLUS: Thrilling Suspense! "WILD HEARTH" Dennis O'Keefe
Inauguration of the Terrace with "HELL'S HALF ACRE" -and-- "PUSHQVR"
Angelo Jaspe's Orchestro Filmed in Honolulu another picture Fred MacMurray,

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be. lived another week we would have
hid the Screen: Hollywood's lat- been married 35 years." ....
eat fil spectacular-a Mike Todd- ---
Joseph M. Sch6nck version of the The Hi-Lo's recording of the
Tolstoy classic, "War and Peace" George Gobel inspired song, "You
-will cost S,00,0000 with a iqn- Can't Hardly Get Them No More "
ning time of approximately four is such a bit that you can't hardly
hours, & get them no more.
Four h i- . .. . -- ... ... ...
Well, let's hope this doesn't be-a Steve Rowland tells about the,
come. standard length for H6lly- psychiatrist who after six sessions
wood's bigger and better movies with a producer's six-year-old son,
because iVi a frightening Idea. If said:
four-hour flickers ever wind up on "Now, let's get back to your
double bils, our after-dinner con- childhood." .. ... .....
veration will sound like this:
Hubby: 'Let's go to a movie Short Takes: Overheard.- "The
tonight." nice thing about money is that the
Wue: "Okay, I'll pack." color never clashes with anything
mbbyl4 "'n't forget mvy n I'm wearing . nh o Hon'a

Put' Io1m 2ck 3n /our Alroom

Japanese Have

Special Formula

For Frostbite
TOKYO (UP) If you are
afraid you will get frostbitten this
winter yod can relax. Here's a
special formula from the myster-
lous Far East.
Villagers in Japan are confident
that If you eat boiled green on-
ions and fried beancurds at the
beginning of the cold season, you
will avoid frostbite.
If you wonder whehter you will
have good luck this winter, stop
If you wonder whether you will
Ily by looking in your tea cup.
wondering. You can find out eas-
If the tea leaves "stand up" in the
cup, good days are ahead.
These bits of advice are things
a lot of people in Japan still be-
lieve, according to a recent sur-
Here are just a few of the su.
perstitions still going full steam:
If one sews a rice-bran bag on
a moonlight nieht, she. will be-

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Sunday '14C 0
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Sun. "Dagolnr Squadram"
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sun.- "PVSOVE'" _

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"PU S H 0 V ER"
Sunday "QUO VADIS"

CRISTOBAL 6:15 8:5
Danny AYE

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Jam a,e -ey ... leaving TV for one year to con. come very proficient at sewing.
T m e b in centrate on independent film mak. If one makes a wish when one
There may even be going-away ing. Says he's tired, too, but that sees a shooting star, that wish
parties, with the usual gift baskets, am roomt moremedic has nothing to do with will be fulfilled ,
Ad ew items like staywak ilm-censor czar o Memphis eay mornema rae to rusa r exam more ave r an oh bareakable m irror is screwed to member would do well to get a
pi lar m clocksTu leay. irton Tenn. nied a re-ssue of In teeth, wash or shave C p has perfesen-end tub ad showeredthe lid. The mnardments for pet blame.k cat.
and postcards wil a be stands intBergman's 1941 movie, "Dr. Jekyll .ventilation. Pas*.wantile.pr.teftsbao of cabinet and enclosure from water A person will lose his or her
tk*aWilobbie. The postcards, of and Mr. Hyde," because "there's I !'"l w! e il ae.------------parents early If wisdom teeth
know: woman." plans are aimeL to help break the Ithe family, consider ways to ment on to of a plastic-covered kill their husbands. (The certain
"Seeong a wonderful picture: _ottleneck- in the family bathroom. make it more convenient. hamper hol s make-up and an un- year was not given, so husbands
Wish yea we ere. rase brain The early morning race to brush For example. if you have an o-'broakable mirror is screwed tolbetter be on the alert all the
in our milk Tuesday. Won't be tLI n,..ml.I teeth, wash or shave faces, show- pen-end tub and shower combina- the lid. The crornartment swings time.)
home until Wednesday." ... ... tl UoV lIIill er and speed away to school or don, a storage cabinet at the end out to open u, the hamper un-s An unwed girl who changes her MO.M
w. ork on time amid clamoring coupled with a homemade ladder derneath. This fits in 20 inches place at a meal is bound to mar. -
GEORGE SANDERS and Zsa UlIAbM M a||miN shouts that "I got here first" must arrangement of Lacks will increase of wall space Iry more than once
Zsd Gibor, not yet completely ex. OR IUI IyJ M U0mI 1 be as familiar to other homemak- the space for hanging towels, stor- Another device which might If a pregnant woman sees a COLOR
mates, have been having impor ers as it Is to me It's secarecely a Ing linens, shampoos and such. put more order Into a crowded frog and presses her hand to anvy n Esyp I
tant telephone conversati o n s.... ... e u a Di noa surprise to us to read that housing Such a storage cabinet was made cabinet is a bracket with six spot on her body, the baby will
May (Caone Mutiny) Wynn and R Ui no surveys indicate two bathrooms or inm one bathroom of plywood wtib swing-out plastic bins about two have a birthmark on that same
Joe Klrkwood, Jr. have discovered a bath-and-a-half are among the perforated sliding doors. T he and a half inches wide and nine spot. I AWTT
each othet now that he's shedding CHICAGO (UP) Chicago, most wanted features In a new back- and sides next to the tub inches long.' A pregnant woman who steps O F TH E
his -mate. ... Olivia de Havil.- once known as the haven of "pub- home. were covered ith the same sty-' The bracket can be mounted over an e'g will not have an easy V4 H
land's son Benji, will be page boy lie enemies" such as Al Capone rene plastic wall tile used around with two screws inside the cabin ,or safe labor '
at her wedding in France to Pierre has acquired what's left of one IWith nef small-scaleC fixtures the tub and shower. The racks net. If a pregnant woman does net
Galante-with papa Marcus Good- that operated about 75,000.000 it may be possible to shoehorn a were made of two-by-fours and Low-priced towel racks a n d sew on both sleevesof a kimono ROBEI TA M
rich's okay. years ago. owder room into an existing rounds of wood, installed in lad 'rings in colored plati are pret- on the same day, a deformed child.
o o- -b A-an ( Ji ~d't He now is known as gorgosau-. me. One manufacturer can derlike arrangement. Simi a r ty and easy to install if you need will be borp. CAYLOR EE l O m
Too bad Alan L adn rus one of the largest and rarest ack all the bathroom facilities storage cabinets in enameled more hanging space. An d. 11 -
I S .l t le the dinosaurs. Is skeleton ha ia -fie-by-five-f ap a.ce 8et-l be bought ready madi Isou y leap .4Js cause for dem. -- i .c- rMe ,
re th n quired by the Chicago as as is smallertha plantB, look at the lightweight II
"th da -. h. a vectural History Museum as a gift most and the shower fits sn l Trying to find space for cos. open-barred plastic soap dishes | I| ALSO SHOWING SDA! AND MONDAYI
stood.on the porch steps 'yell- from members of its board of ito an available corner. s metlc? in the medicine cabinet which could hook over the bath- In US EIeCrriCal
ed: "Come back, Shane. trustees. It was one of two col- mpanyalso has available a is a cause for most of us tub or rest. on the built-in soap ,.
S ... elected in 1913-1914 by Barnum sketch book of plains for remodel-1 Ready to help in this event islcontainer and keep the slippery Lightjng PARAISO 6:15-8: A BOCA 6:1-7:
Jon all and Frances Langford Brown, paleontologist of the Amer- ing old bathrooms to provide a new ing.top vanity hamper, bars high and dry. Lig "FEAR IN THE NIGHT" "THE LEOPARD MAN"
reached a financial settlement to lean Museum of Natural History more convenient storage space r i a _!"FA INTENGT _"_ILEPR _N
pave the way for her divorce... ." N wYor.k, where the other and comfort. PITTSBURGH (UP) Use| "--I_-
Sudden thought: If Guy Mitcihelll men is on exhibition, of electrical lighting in the United
weds Bey Lee after shedding specimen knows on exhibition. thers States has tripled in the past 10 SANTA CRUZ 6:15-:1 AM BIERD :15-:
Jacie r he'll be trdin onI h jtt tioa W ter W nchell ii years, according to an electrical "PUSHOVER" "SON OF BELLE STAR
Miss o Texan s Ms useum of Canada, Otta wa, and (Continued from Pare ) "Th e national use of electric
-the U. S. National Museum., "..T, natio euivalu ent to the'
R h m a e h a W as hiugton, D. C.,the fight w within the Com m unist ,.. ,light tod ay is-equi.valen
Rut ie oali haveTV hrducb The gor osaurus is about 40 feet Party will be won oy Khrushchev year0000-long burnng75, 24 hours a ,tncday,
Mortimer Hall, have TV roduc-l i a ree hon form.---over Malenkov . The over- 'f .. c 300,000,000 7a incasdes-
o plans. A I i s to 'is "2-Inch long wskll will looked fact-is that the battle be- .cent light bulbs, a spokesman
europe, with Hall as producer and tower more than 15 feetabove the tween the two factions--shows that I.for Westinghouse Electric Corp.
Ruth as the star. ground when mounted. the Red Army Generals are a poor a'odern architecture with its
OBETA AYNE, who walk The gorsaurus preyed upon third-in the struggle for power." windowless farchitctries and with er
ano th serlvng creatures A.,, 4 "' commercial structures, would be Howel
edt ot a Columbia contract be-. all a Io From Moscow Feb. 7: "Rumor oms-a E stGrmtufesf would be OW to 1 r
cause she didn't aifirst cousin" to the tyrannosau oMa going out Malenkov going out imperialist impasse wie constantly
ro le of a i n d ii n m aid en u" t ....a--. -- -- v--. .p r o ag E r'i i n c re a sin g o u tp u t of v a r io u s f o r m s
-g-to strin"Bombay Flight," rus, a better-known type, -propaganda." GIe op f u o
iiwd to atr In oBombay FUght. o IHHI k f electric light, he added.
Her 0ole: An Indian aides, the From the screaming headlines of C A M RA IN ON A S N
bri type. All Pprr rne b. 8: Malenkov Out. Bulganin MYSTICLA Conn EA ) AIN ONE EASY LESON
lqmD ne New Premier Khrushchev ew41. MYSTIC, Conn. -.(UP) .A
Alh Clabrk Gable won't, U...H ... Boss. Khrushchev Emerges Victor Ilarge clam, dropped by a seagull,
n- haMsel. sy re.re.en Will O Used n Power St. ruggle." s broke ea second story office win-
in-o enrl oernr say e pl .s a rteo dow and hit Mrs. Dorothy Bailey
mara nlym teCee more -r:ms after ,on the head.
"Soldier of Foriune," then parck Lap .S o h e
W.s make-p kit -forever. i IFo-W.. w -- Times Square Circle: The Bayuk,
Cltg ofa do well rIo .willbeC. Cgar Co. (MakerFs of Phillies and II
The Tall An." .......... LINCOLN. Neb. (UP) Aln Websters) rush them to Blessed
agricultural e n g I n e e r predicts Event folks as soon as the item I COMPLETED A YEAR of wrk without a
Srka r- La--e will follow Frank farmers in the next 10 Years will HAVING COMP-LETDA- A EAR of wo without ls ie a-A I

8 K" 'w -t-- ws" sv~ & "-LOm4 ALL** u--~-- A`- Aw-- a a : ruaor . marry Befuonte es
Sinatra to Australia for a 12-day be combining corn with the same ild mambo footwork (to his Calyp-
concert tour expected to net him marine tsed on wheat. sos) are a Copa must . hel
close to le100 The law there The eng.ieer, L. W. Hurlbut.i Aly Kahn-Bella Darvi Idyll (in Pa-
I mits non-residents to returning chairman of the University of Ne- ree) almost became hot-wire news.
with no more than $25.000. .Bt the braska agricultural engineering One of her gallic suitors flung in-
tour's rooters are shelli out department sa:s he thinks wide- suts... The Julian K. Roosevelts
U, & dollars here to stars llg sale corn combining is just a are unwinding In Idaho ..Sherry I
to take the trip. That's the rea- matter of time. Britton (the stripleader) brings her!
sap for the rush of entertainers "Experiments Indicate the com- Baubles Bangles and Bumps to
t* Australia. buine will do an excellent job of Club Moncao tonight. We havel
i shelling and cleaning corn." he a new quick-lInch place on swanky i
LATEST GOLF STORY making said East End Avenue t the 80s. Calls'
the Hollywood rounds: i The university has been operat- itself: Petite Chateau Sech Airs!
A' ftmekal proesltom passed a; ing an all-purpose combine, man-I Detective W. J. Laurie (he
etMantry club as a rabid golfer ufactured by a commercial firm,; helped break up Murder, Inc.) nowi
named Joe was about to tt on a for about a year protects 63 dept stores in Greater I
geefn adjacent tothe street. He The machine was used on wheat N. y.. Local 'reviewers of the'
stepped, took off his cap and held and grasses, then in about two, new film, "Marty," are raving
it ;arees Jla heart until the hearse hours, adjusted to combine corn. about its love story. . We hear I
disappeared from view. Then he IIt cuts off the corn stalks. draws athe Jelke trllops are snubbing their
bale out. It Into the machine where the ear Serge Rublasten dolls
"That was a ice gesture Joe," Ia removed and shelled, then1
said me of the forsome. ejects the stalk and corn cobs to
"A wemders ,," saM Joe, the ground.
piWkl N Ip bl9d. '" hbe had He said interest in development Sounds In The Nlghtt At Du-
of an all purpose combine was brow's: "The Twech is when you're
... accelerated byimproved methods ,.rti alone beea se me know
l of grain drying. The combine b gave i w t AS lS dn "Ui
1A r -I"encouraglng" results with corn" t-'heWAin.. m' en a..us-
.-ontafining Vpermcentormoisture- or aint ld. atvenm asu.
l t til for cibbine Thus et in t beRu mtefi canet .
conta dyn g m=-rl cn T s At Cerutti's: "Be do6*'t even pick
i. srtfii drying method are upa-bhat-cheel" ...A"obll's;;
iee i Sh_ e's nt only cold eblbt, t he'$
"UI t U A -- -a- n icicle whela sla's jpleMtd, too"
-,, .n .n .,,. P C .~. At Louis prtltO: "I-had the
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ii apni J r y a Jue Stilll On File steady CuwPMa_ 's a-,, ..

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cident, the employes of the Quarterm Laundry in Curundu
were presented a safe worker commendation from the QM Sec-
tion, U. 8. Army'Caribbean. Receiving the award from-Col.
Arthur T. Sauser. post commander of Curundu military reservaL-
tion., for the employes is Walter Session, laundry superintendent
(center). Also adding his congratulations is Lt. Col. ;. L. Me-
Dorald. chlef of field service, QM Section, CorozaL The safety,
presentation was riven for the year beginning De 19, 1953, and
ending Dec. 19, 1954 which totaled some 162,000 working hours
without a lost time accident. This is the equivalent to a 97-
year-old man who has worked eight hours a day for 250 days a
year since his etilteenth birthday without an accident.
(U. Army Photo by Sgt. George Campbell)

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Utah, North Carolina Atlantic Skin
Suffer Startling UpsetsDivers Tourney
Suffer Startling Upsets T, F M rrh

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NEW YORK, Feb. 12 (UP)--College basket-
ball teams gunning for conference championships
and berths in the N.C.A.A. tournament studied two
more upsets in their ranks today as they faced im-
portant weekend games.
Utah, the nation's fourth-rank- 2.000 points over a three-year
dh, team. suffered its first deeat span. Frank Selvy, er-Furmnn
of the season in the Skyline ace, holds the record wilh 2,538
Conference last nigint, falling points.
before Brigham Young. 70-74. in
beortime Bt was only the third Top-ranked San Francisco
vertime ack 20ames or the Utes gained its 16th straight victory
setback in the campaign.- y turning back Sail Jose
thu Virginia. meanwhile, pre- State 59-49, while seventh-
vented North Carolina from ranked U.C.L.A. took over the
einna tie for first place in Southern Conference lead in
he Atlantic Coast Conference the Pacific Coast Conference
by posting a shocking 98-73 with an easy 85-63 triumph
triumph over the Tarbe#lk. over Stanford.
A'drlyinglay-up by .-' nore
Jodrhn Beno in the f- nds In other major names last
Johnf overtime enabled .* m iht, Cork Devlin's 24 points
Young to squeak past UL. The e George Washington to a 77-
Cougars, who led by as much as 52 victory over Richmond; Dick
13 point in the second half, al- Hemric scored only 13 polnti but
so were paced b the rebound- .Wake Forest still roared to i 00-
Ing oft lanky Hirschel Pedersen 8 triumph over South Carolina,
and the timely set-shooting of eton Hall ripped Boston Col-
Dave Lewis '1?ge, 88-56; Columbia downed
Buzz WilkhiisQn led Virginia to Dartmouth, 63-51: California
victory ovet North Carolinl with edged Southern Californi. ont-

his three-year total to 2,010.
thus became the second pla
in. major college history to se

Colombian Baseba

League Grants O.K
Tn VICell fOf Ip

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Feb. 12 (UP) The Colom
blan Baseball Profession
League, reversing an earlier
cdlson, granted permission
the touring Tokyo Glants
S play in that country.
The Giants will appear
swvn games against Colo
S ban teams in Barranqu
and Cartagena.
A Cuban all-star team is
ready in Colombia ready
play against combined Colo
bian teams during the ser
between the Japanese and C
The Cuban will appear
seven games also, all on
game dates that the Gla
wilU play. The Cubans
,O pp* arin the second gamni

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Members of the Atlantic Skin- Teams WoI
divers Associalon are competing LucKy Strike 5
against one another in a tour-1tAmerica Legion 4
nament which began on Feb. 3 W. Distillers 4
and will close on Mar. 31. )7461st Signal 1
The following are' the tourn.a- -
ment rules: f
1-Tournament started Feb. 3,' SUNDAY'S GAMES
ends midnight March 3, and is at Fort Clayton
open to all members of the At- -
lantic Skin Divers Association.
2-Entrance fee will be 25 cts.
3-There are two classes,'
snorkel and lung. A member coin
enter fish in both classes de-
pending on his method of fish-!
ing Oiung or snorkel,.
4-Points will be awarded for,
each type fish. Four points for
the largest fish of each species,'
3 pts. for the next largest, 2 pts.I
for the next, and 1 pt. for the 4th1
largest. 5 pts. will be awarded for
the largest fish of the tourna-t
5-Each fish must eigh over ..
5 lbs. to be eligible in the lung
class. There is no minimum
weight for the snorkel class.
6-At least one other club
member must be present when

He ta. 74-8, and washingtin wai- fish is speared. I
er loped Washington State, 76-40. 7-is ust be landed by thre
ayer --- 7-Fish must be landed by the
core individual. if assistance Is given
o El Panama Tennis fish becomes ineligible.
8s.-A signed statement will be
TII ourn amet turned in to the tournament
Tournament Resul committee chairman with the
. i type weight, length and girth of
5 Play in the first Invitationall fish and wilt be co-signedby club
El Panama Hotel Tennist t rn member who was witness.
ment continued last night at the ..-.esults of the bpo.. e*...
Cobme G thtennitourts.,the tournament will be published
Caba. a tennis tours. at each meeting.
n- In the singles matches, Webb' 10-A trophy will be awrde4
nal beat Kenneth Hodges 6-3, 6-3.' tothe individual with the high-
dte Bill Hele turned back Creslyniest amount of points In each
k to. Guardia 6-3, 6-4, Paul Cromwell class-
to defeated Hans Omenitch 6-4, 6-2
In In doubles, Hearne and Hele old D us
m- beat Cromwell and Klopper,
Illa George Motta and Carlos Eleta
downed Harry Willis and Myron
al- Fischer, Hearne-Hele whipped By HERBBRT MOISE
to Ewbank-Castando and Crom-
im- well-Klopper defeated Bill Cun- The Governing Board of the
ries ningham and Sothill. Rainbow City Major Softball
Co- League has set in motion the
Play in the singles and doubles' plans for their, 1955 season -
In will continue this afternoon and the third to be conducted by
the tonight. The mixed doubles will them.
nts get underway also. In ,the tvo ptrevous ypars,
will softball r ahe ajwrecedent-
iof The finals of the tournament ed imp rtf..f; l.. omu.tml-
will be played tomorrow. ty.
This seas governing
board has planned to spread
their wings ever wider. The
group has planned a meeting for
this coming week at the Rain-
bow City gym. This will be the
second meeting and it was made
known that no applications will
he accepted before Feb. 25 after
the foundation has been set.
All interested in obtaining a
a franchise are urged to keep in
close contact with this column.
rENNIS TMOURNAMENT Confidential: It's known that
rENNIS TOURNAMENT three promoters will be fightiNl
for two potentially lurative dates
S DOUBLES, MIXED DOUBLES (March 6 and 20) to sponsor
50c. 6 to 11 p.m. their shows. However, one pro-
ale at club entrance mother should be advised that he
is to eventually run into a snag
HAMBURGER, HOT DOGS, with one of the boxers that he
CHARCOAL BROIL & BAR is planning to match in his main
Cleveland "Charlie the Czar"
eilkle is likely to be voted pres-
INIS CLUB dent of the RBCMSL for 1955 -
if he accepts the nomination as
candidate... Drealin Joseph has
resigned her position on the
RBCML board... Two Pacific
Inside business men have expressed
| interest in obtaining franchises
~In sB over here.

Under the management of

Feb. 13th at 4:15 p.m.
SB to be fought to6

Balls specially selected from
the Haelenda of Desiderio
de Leon of Apuadulce.
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S. Vargos "Gitanillo"

Navorrito de Sevilla
"The Hurricane"

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work on the parallel ban o
.e coming samO Gard, e.
I is oldest player on Pittsburgh
roster. (iTA)

food A8 NEW
A weIumg ring that Mrs. Banks
Autln lest 2 years ago was found
retly "as gOod as new" in the
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AGUE First Game 1':0 p.m. American Legion thetsr the -- -
I W. Dnstillerg vs. 7481st signal league lead4g Luaky trike nine Fastlich Leaue First Half PUMAS
a Lost Second Game in the. second gkiae and.the StaUdlas I Corriga as 0 2 0 2 0
1 W. Distillers v&s 7461st Signal Leglonaires will be out to cut in- W L Pet.'Lovelad, 2b 1 1 0 0 1
S-- to the Lucky Strclke d. Con0jos -, 10 1 .910 Reynolds, lb 2 0 0'8
3 Action in the Pacific Twilight Ocelots 5 6 .455 Wills, p 2 2 1 0
7 League will shift to the Fort' In the first game Danny Ha- Palomas 5 6 .455 Hele, If 1 2 0 0
Clayton diamond tomorrow with g)er will oppose the Sjjl work- Pumas 3 6 .333 Webb, 2. 1 4
the 74st Sigal playing host to horse Red Wallace on Wmound. Macaws 3 300 Ball, rt 3 0- 1 0 0
ltheWomnaekDstillers in the first A win for the DistilleranUW4 kep Torres, cf 3 0 a 0 0
game Of a doubleheader. them In'the frst half race.. Pnmas Whip Macaws in First T. Cunningham, 8b 0 3 0 1 1
Lucky Strike wM Half Finale
Lucky Strike will probably I Totals 14 11 4'1 a
send Bob Medinger to the mound Showing a return to their 1954 Score by In ugs
in their effort to increase their form, the Pumas defeated the Macaws 005 ,- 4
lead. The league ladra hqve three Macaws by the score of 11 to 4 "Pumas 811-6-11
games left to play with one Bobby Wills and Webb starred Summary. Errors: Manaws 3
scheduled with the Legion and at bat for the Pumas. The for- (Pitman, J. Durfee, RelsaJ. Pu-
bne with'Womaek after~the Sun- mer clouted a homer to left cen- mas I (Wills). Runs batted in:
day .tilt. Big 'Fank Makosty or ter and Webb got two for two, T. Durtee, Reiss 2; Hall. Webb 3,
Eddie Kirchmi' .wll see action one of them a double with two Reynolds, Wills 3. Two-base hits:
on the mound for the Legion- men on. D. Reiss also homered Webb. Home runs: Wills, Rels.
aires. for the losers. I Stolen bases: T. Durfee 2, J.
Wills was the winning pitcher. Durfee. Sacrifices: Lovelady.
Sn A F J. Durfee was charged with the Left on bases: Masaws 9; Pumas
g defeat. 3. Bases on balls off: Wills a;
T bDurfee 9. Strike-outs b: Wills 1;
Eco nmY_& n cAS runs, in 4 innings. Durfe 4 for
,'MACAWS II runs, in 4 innings. it by
H G0vO aym A Ma n .pitcher,, by: Days (Wills), Cor-
S Ms v Narl n Players ab r h o a rigan. Reynlods (Durfee). Wild
Days, 2b 2 0 0 0 2 pitch: Wills 1. Winntng pitcher:
SAN JUAN, P.R., Feb. 12 (UP) Tharp, If 2 0 0 0 0 Wills (2-5). Losing pitcher: Dur-
Gov. Luis Mufioz Marin said Pitman, c, as 3 0 1 2 2 fee (2-6). Umpires: Diaz-Kler-
today Puerto Rico's economy is J. Durfee p 2 2 1 0 2 nan. Score: Sutherland. Time:
booming, but advised people here Chase, ci 2 0 0 1 1 1:40.
not to expect any tax reduetionz' Terry. as 1 0 0 0 0
until the island's annual income T. Durfee, c 1 1 0 3 2 STARTING A TEND?
reaches )2,000,000,000. Reiss, rf 3 1 1 0 0 Milwaukee -(-NEA)--Marquette
Reece, lb 0 0 0 5 0 halfback Ron Drzewiecki set a
Mufioz said in a message to Hitchcock, Sb 0 0 0 1 .1 precedent for the school when he
the legislature Puerto Ricah in- became the Chicago Bears No. 1
come increased from 924.000,000 Totals 16 4 3 12 10 draft choice.
to $961,,00000 lst year, He said
the increase was distributed .
among the island's farms, shops '
and Industries. . -

The Governor aid he forese,
no immediate change in Puer
Rico's "commonwealth" status
but added "I believe s u c
change sohuld take place in tb

ON PACE-..Gm r Nielsen, the
Norweglu ilr refuses to be
shaken off by Wie Santee In
their torrid rivalry on beards this
season, spitting the first four
meetings with the Kansan. (NEA)

ard Thompson, bead of the U. S.
weather bureau here, answers the
none with this anorcpriate dou-
ble entendre: "Hello, weather

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A ND AWAY HE COES- ob Cousy of the Boston Celttles
the dribbling form which makes him the National Bap
Association's most spectacular star as Fort Wayne's Charley,
Share makes a vain stab. (NEA)

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strates his form In a difficult movement. Gitanillo will appear
tomorrow afternoon at the Macarena bullring along with Nava-
zrito and Vasquez II.

WHAT GOES UP-But the way Philadelphia's Paul Arizin.
with ball, and Boston's Don Barksdale are leaping it looks as if
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There has been a lot of snow In a great many places from
Broadway to Squaw Vailey, Calif., in the iast few days. Tame was"
around here, wlien a heavy fail of the so-called beautiful white --
aroused the exuberance mostly of kids, with their sleds and their CARIBBEAN SERIS
gorgeous disregard for aniflies. RR most elated.
But now, when it snows, the skiing set Is the moat elated. Ta B EA n s
The youngsters would much rather be- indoors watchin tWlI- Team s WOn Lost Pet.
sion. It takes Only a modest snowiall to start the organization Puerto Rico......2 0 1.000
of car pools, and touch off telephone calls to hotels Xrom Bear VenePuela.........1 1 .500
Mountain to bun Valley and to raliboa4 and air lines.V.... Cuba. .......... 1 1 .500
Our local skiilng azclonados recalll set today for the big- Panama ......... 0. 2 .000
gest witkend of the winter, the big carnival of the chilblainYESTERDA'RESULT
cold cure and busted s ESERASlESLT
InCold cure addition to busted ankle. ry facilities for fractures at Lake First: Puerto Rico 2, Panama 1
Placid, New ampsantre, Vermont, Maine, Canada and western Second: Cuba 1, Venezuela 0
points in the U.S6 this presents tremendous varsity galas known sion d:A :a1pzm.E
as winter carnivals, to be held by Dartmouth aX Hanover,.N. H., CubA Y'San AME S
Williams at Lyndontflle. Vt., and St. LawrencS, at South Col- First: 5:36 p.m.
n Nan Lawe Cuba(Sanchez) vshPanama
tonFIRST SKI CN.Y3 , YEARS OLD Venezuela (Monzant) vs. Puer-
FIRST SKI CLUB 85 TEARS..Oai "rw nto to Rico (Jones)
As you may have guessed by now, skiing has grown iAnto to Rico (Jone)b. 12 P)
bi. business and somewhat expensive recreation, and ha Ms d-
veloped neat practicees for orthopedists in hitherto remo te locales CARACAS, Febc. 12 (UP)
8kiingl in the US. is not of recent origin. Our gold Rush. Manager Al Kubks to the C.mound V.a-
boys Were using runners in the 81erra Nevadas backlin 1950. Yankees has selected Humberto
The first ski club in this country was organized at Berlin, N. H., galnat Raul anchez of Cubna this
afternoon at 5:30. Panama lost
83 years ago..gis alSnhzo uati
How m any skiers are there in the U tlfted States? The redaQUI CK aTARTERt.5-:T0 n a ther e o d ame in asma nyost
h8t3 say"2,0.p I0o.. The onsematives Tut redto .oo-C SA E is Sol their second game In as manyR
hot s a kies say 0,000. The n e put It1611300000 e hUICK TARTERS-.1dinheif lb leajor sseThey r&, left o rie DllY starts 2 to 1, last night, to Puerto
who manufacture the runners say that a fair estimate, would; 'd- 35seaol.dmetonihgt l)Rico.
be 1,000,m0. Thet o se c a ond gmeon ight o wer iel
In 1954, more than $2,000,000 was spent in this country on see Ramon ongnzant of Venzue-
new and improved ski lifts. The total investment in skiing fa-sla start against am Jones of
cilfties, elusive of real estate and hotel values, in the U .., Is Puerto Ric became sole pos
Puerto Rico became sole pos-
samd to be in the neighborhood of $15,000,000. essor of first place in the
e~g JVsessor of first place in the
*standings In the seventh Ca-
THIS COULI% MAKr YOU HUNT FOR ACO-SIGNERs ribbean Series last niht, eby
The most popular ski areas or New York enthusiasts are virtue of their 2 to 1 win over
Thliayre, N. Y., near Pine Hill in the Catskills, and Big Broml- Panama. Both of Puerto Rioe's
letr,l tr, Vt. There will be about 2500 skiers at eachPna .Boho ers
plan da and again ort Sunday. Bromley says thatrw ere onthom ers.
plal o n t r i.s x, ,n t is c t -.I t a p p e a r e d t h a t P u e r t o R I c o
Welllet us suppose you ar aa ski devotee. You drive nearly sprewould be goiwhen Don almmer, theittin
200 l etds c llachenter, where'you find temperatures from zerola leader attwerhe a o n h e
to 20 = ', 4 1ay n iht, tired and much .lighter .financiallY, yd" .leadof batter, hit a lone homer
will' b o tow town ad Monday the boss will catch oun aL By JOE DIMAGGIO inoff Erning. But Lawrence nborthe frdownt
asse k6tdesk atotand 2 1* the afttrnoO Witenfr ASevieInning. But Lawrence bore down
o indYou calling your friends, in hunt Written for NEA Service after this, and it was not unrtd
asle odk to e ay owit) sS rthe fifth frame that pitcher Bill
t efor a f od gng, klan cownpa n d. Wat .dta as an faor Greason repeated Zimmer's feat
theca;r.m ogn, skllessons, andl ncenta!a Ite r~ with another roundtripper.
you l ,t at least $50 for yourself. Let the wfie or a girl From then on Lawrenrce held
frIen Wix on the -expe ~l~ r o ilb king for two Fo hno arnehl
cos nr At s~ Sw~s on fr fa uwill be looking for two uPuerto Rico scoreless and was
o-ners.A A ko wkhe.efort .oefamily eotld drop a guy lifted for pinchhitter Clyde Par-
Ino'begneru ': .. '.. r.ris in the sevetnh.
Z, thebn r are accommodations .at much reduced rates ionte senetnho
crews m elowt we a rn lobs to be picked up on pa cking Johnny Fitzgerald took over
creiv;s 'andparos. Tere- I }os a tspec es pifke d ubr ont caled skifor Lawrence and was in trou-
sp-f' -- f ew Mere ar ecies to ex u p caleas s ki ble in the ninth when he loaded
bum, who will give up his job and career, just to be out there. the bases with two outs. The
In teao and the cold. tebsswt w us h
Sh w tpae of ski Is the most dramatic, and natu- threat was wiped out, however,
in h~oa t a ekn i th mot damtic an nau*when Fred Sanford flied to

rally ha received the pastes attention. In 1904, Tom Walters...he d
leaped 12 feet at 31shveuang, 101ch., a3nd got Into he sports pages. right.
In dh eaRDatLIlap e ar, Mch.,M sl ed gro h the air Panama saved themselves
we ]9MV ik, Es na the Int r ld .from a shutout in the seventh
a 3 I bt emphatic progress in the inter- .ndwhen Ray Dabek walked, stole
nA it m gl t ht Arohr dcde Uad %"cnd and sme home on Milt
w M houlo Ind the World. Don't orK that Ansa Mead Law-
ren 6fUtlid, V,-on two in the 1952 Olympies. Zimmer's four-base blast put
B .61'c.. him ahead in the home run de-
o u2Deasy Vance apartment in the series while
"r G am e.12 D e Ile Mays continued to to ht.-
.les ssince the games began. Wil-
lie has failed to hit safely in
RiW .evew Akter $ty n inrlagecu t nthregt trips to the plate.
oOR0r ersu hal dried re LAST YNAR'S RECORD BREAKER AT GAMBOA POOL (8 year old girls) First place winner eigh th c p the lars on both sides
one minor league club to another Helen George is shown with second place Nancy Morency and third place Carol)%i Hennesse ave good performances, allow-
before the Brooklyn 1 Dod g. ers Helen broke the 25 yd. free style record dfor girls, setting a new mark of 17.5. Tr.is year, the Ing only five hits each, but Law-
Sev brought dymek up n I w guess boys and girls 8 year old event trophies were donated by the Pedro Migu el Civic Council for rence was unlucky in that two
evon with Hank DeB was& am g the third annual swim meet to be held at the Oamboa pool on Feb. 21 at 7.00 p.m. of the hits he gave up were
New Orleans. nrhdr oes
We were on our way north dur A re s
Ing spring training when the 5 ThIresoe
supper, Uncle Robby (Wilbert Pa linescor 000 100-1 5 3
Robinson) sent me in to face theA Puero Rs00 010 00--1 5 2
St. Louis Browns one day in I Puerto Rico 100 010 00x-1 5 2
Mobile, Ala. Isa ,DLawrenceb Fitzgerald (7) and
The bases were loaded, fearn n i Dabek; GOreason andehoLmas.
.some George Sisler, then in shis EN I Winner-Oreason. Loser-Law-
prime, was at bat, and I was r iv o prence. H.R.-Zimmer (1) and
49-year-old recruit fighting for his Greason (5).
Job with a reputation for having o -Caon
nothing but a-fast ball. Cuba, on only two hits, as
I got the count to three-a n d. By DAVE BERONIO and California rooters point out compared to Venezuela's four,
two, and George was waiting for NEA Special Correspondent what he'd be like if hlst eam were won 1 to 0 In the second match
the high, hard one. I slipped a a strong one. which was held up for half-an-
good curve by him for a called SAN FRANCISCO (NEA) A. That's because the opposition hour by a boisterous rhubarb.
third strike. round the nation, basketball peo- has been crowding McKeen' with- The game had been featured
When I got back to the dug. ple practically take it for granted out too much fear of being by a tight V pitchers' duel- In
out, Uncle Robby patted me on that Pacific Coast basketball starts Iscorched from other parts of the which Venezuela's Emilio Cue-
the back, and L heard him say, and ends with Bill Russell and the'court. So, big Bob has turned che who was working on a sig-
"Old recruit, huh! Must have University of San Francisco Dons. into a one-man gang style of play hitter up to the sixth inning, al-
something besides a fast ball to But when 24,000 people cram. to keep his Bears in the game. I lowed only two runners to get on
get rid of old George with the med into the Cow Palace here for .Lawler, base, in the first and second
wrinkler." a weekend of college basketball, ti awler, smooth, unhurried and frames.
That one pitch sold me to. was for the purpose of watching smart, is probably the most under. HORSE LAUGH CALUMET In the seventh the trouble
Uncle Robby and built the* foun. more than the tall and talented'rated on the coast. He has a fine Farm's Mark-Ye-Well bares teeth started.
daion of may major league career. Don pivotman, ioo and jump shot and d oe s in an equine smile as the 1954 With two outs, Venezuela's rl-
If Sister doesn't take the curve, I things unobtrusively but they San Marco Handicap champ go- nol was out, third to first, on a
I'm back in the minors maybe. Around here there are four pi- show up in the box scores. Under-i es into another Santa Anita rae. very close decision. The partisan
Anyhow, I was no longer an "old votmen who keep fans hopping.ineath, he's the typical center-- ing season. (NEA) crowd immediately began throw-
recruit." Never before in this area's history strong and springy on rebounds. Ing paper on the field and time
have four big men of the individual Santa Clara's Sears is rated . had to be called.
class of Russ Lawler, Bob Mc. second only to La Salle's Tom ists of cutting the ball down Chief aumure Johnny Rice
Beer ever T Keen, Ken Sears and Russell per- Gola by Bob Feerick, the Bronco through e nets. asked Manllanes mnaer La
na u formed during the same season. coach. College of Pacific-s Van Defensively, he brings oobs and are Sasase r toarai aes t the a-
F l usseD, 6-7, has been grab Sweet disagrees, however. He says ahhs with layup-blocking tricks t
THEY'LL.I _i mer ese.es,,. il I e Lf I rnI*l-cwl bing most of the national head- Sears tops 'em all. .underneath. He n as amazing
Aarade p i e (NlA) I ,ines, thanks to his team's sky- spring-hoding a 6-7 big bl
..high national ranking. In the Bay Russell is playing with a strong jump mark- and when he goes
A .. ..*R .NCE, K-s. (NEA) area, however, many feel that he San Francisco quintet-one rated for a rebound it is usually no con- I
Last. o1 art.lele wrtcn .fit that certain things in this part lowa Stase's Gary Thompson has isn't unusual at all. Not while as highly as the 1950 National test.
Las, o- "EA-8prw~l -..f b oeen a problem for Phog Allen's Stanford's Lawler, 64, shoves Invitation Tournament champions. There's nothing like four stars
NEA'PT l -b.y allme.annoy you o Kansas team thls season. point.. through. Then ydu have With K. C. Jones and Jerry Mul- of this type to produce some fun
.by al meansgt d owein. In the first two meetings o others bea the drums for Mc- len taking a lot of defensive pres- duen a basketball season. But
ARC Singe. ChampD Is. One you gt iIe son, 1"ora scored Keen, the 6- CalLfornia star. sure off this 210- pund center,tecersaegigotunno
our own stye egtm 31 points against e o omJayhawks1 And S e ar,-anta l ara'. -a 8Rus sel has been takin shots on some loud roars later on in the
,,-......,.;-,.. ao.!.,,,. sp,-,.nd s ,ome time oneTh.e- average of better than 15 un-dern eath man, has a big follow- ly when they are goo-d ones. seasn I ev en, on.e member of th...

will fnd mo .m-.not, is Find out w t dsaatstles you, it Is how be gets them that really; Mcles does everything a big enal 55 per cent shooting average. Out here, anyway, they figure
will tind more things theft Wf~h~t It. c -~ trouble, man must.-.-an then some. He has Don fans can' fgurouwhI:ikh. chatmIsnC5Y .
we've dealt in u thisl series The same .1o or our ball. Il I omp ,510 backcourt man, ,an fin e 9o andth m e.r vrat ility isnthi Whe Rase-l shot, ob. ll you've got to do is find
ut thmem fo fme. ofntrse rr settn m ac st~I5 o.. al but twof hi in; ,, nNyoun sflri
sand put the_ game. stres.sed _h ... st.r e se- c ond o of his points in you c ask for. He works the there's no question about It. He's a fifth man. Northern California
Th v tnesame a fr .ou./, a ,,-uple of no e ek"a tone secoy, alo post al = ckboards equally well a stuffer and a layup to him con- has the other four.
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and when Sal-ar Veiwe,J
was thrwa eat of the gaite
After more than 20 mflutu .
of discussions In the Vonemea.
dugout, where the. presodet of .
the Caribbean Federtuon, BDea.,
jamin Maldonado, consulted with
managers and umpire, the gSa ,
was continued with Salasr beo
ing allowed to re-enter thes e-n
In the bottom of the seventh,
Cuba scored the only run of th
game when Lee WaiM hit a.ace
rifice fly with the bases laded.
Ex-Dodger Joe Hatten went all
the way for the Cubans to be '
winning pitcher.
The linescore:
Venezuela 000000000--0 4 1 '
Cuba 00 00010x--1 2 1
Cueche and Luis at. Claire;
Hatten and Trlandos.

Players ab rh b
Graff, 2b 4 0 2 S
Hardin ss 4 0 0 1 1
Phillips, rf 4 0 1 3 4
Dickens, If 4 0 1 2 0
Marolewski, lb 3 0 1 '
Wilhelm, 3b a 0 o 1 ,
Kropf, cf 4 0 6
Dabek, c 2 1 0 A
Lawrence, p 2 0 0 "e
1-Parris 1 0 0 1
Fitzgerald, p 0 0 0 0
Totals 31 1 5 24
Zimmer, ss 4 1 2 0 2
Clemente, If 4 0 1 2 0
Mays, cf 4 0 0 0 0
Clarkson, 3b 3 0 0 1 a
Thurman, rf 3 0 1 3 0
Crowe, lb 3 0 1 13 1
Sanford. 2b 3 0 0 2 6
Thomas, c 3 0 0 3 2
Reason, p 3 1 1 2 4
Totals 0 1 27 IS
1-Hit for Lawrence in 7th.
Summary. Errors: Phillips,
Marolewskl, Lawrence: Clemente,
Clarkson. H.R.: Oreason, Zlm-
mer. RBI: Greason, Zimmer.
Stolen bases: Phillips. PWd
ball: Thomas. Left on base
Panama: 7, Puerto Rico 8. sam
on balls: Lawrence 0, FItuLA!W
4, Reason 4. 8.0.: Lawrene "
Fitzgerald 1, Greasn 1. HIta off:
Lawrence 5, Greamon S. Earned
runs: Lawrence 2, Oreason 1..
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COMNACTORS-' HILL AS IT LOOKS NOW. When workers change shifts at 5:30 today, the
TeCONTRACTORS will have removed over 1,000,000 cubic yards of material, or almost half what
Tecyn C rporaton will remove under current plans. The project is considered to be two months
ahead of schedule as result of favorable weather and the manner in which the work has
been executed. The contract for eliminating the slide hazard was awarded last May and the
first work was begun at the site in July.

20 Killed In Chicago Skid Row Fire,

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CHICAGO, Feb. 12 (UP) -
Fire struck a crowded hotel for
-aenon a "Skid Row" street of
t Nfi West Side early to-
dy 'killing at least 20 men and
driVing about 250 others into
the street in sub-zero tempera
rMAt leatt a dozen were injur-
A and,'taken to Cook County
hospital, where doctors sala
some might die.
After a search of the ice-
coated ruins, firemen and coro
:r's officials set the death
at 16 about 7:30 a.m. CST
They said the search would go
ohl all day.
Flames and smoke. poured
through the hotel, the Barton
occupying the upper four floors
of a five story building, short
Sy after 1;30 a.m. CST.
SFiremen said most of the up
per four floors were partition
-ed off into cubicis of wood, col
rugated Iron and wire mesh
each about five feet wide and
holdinff &a single bed. Some o
e tims were trapped i
and others were killed o
r jured as they struggled ou
Of them into passageways.
The worst cold wave of thi
seaUon put the lMidwest in I


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-deep freeze today and sped
toward the East coast and Flor-
Sda's lush citrus crops was per-
* filed.
A special cold wave warn.
. ng was issued for all of Flor-
ida, where temperatures of 15
to 25 degrees were expected
V in the north tonight and
1 near-freeslng weather In the
extreme south.
Agricultural officials said the
- threat to Florida mid winter
4,citru! and vegetable crops was


MC carena


O*Let the people know the truth and the country is A le" Abraham Lincoln.



Closing today after a week of
discussions, the tenth Panamer-
Ilan Child Congress has taken
action on a number of plans de-
signed to brighten the future of
kids who have the good luck to
live in the Western Hemisphere.
On a broader base, the ses-
sions had worldwide signifi-

S-" Some 200 delegates from 18
sight. Forecasters said fresh American .RTpublics gathered
waves of frigid air were pour r.for the congress. They were
lng down front Canada and joined here by a number of 6b.
would keep the Midwest in servers from France, Italy and
its zero Icebox over the we6k. other European nations as wll
end. 'a those from the World Health
Zero weather was expected organization UNICEF, Point
Zero weather was expected to Four and other groups devoted
reach as far south as Tonnes- to human welfare.
see tonight. Tennessee also ot human welfare.
snow, with two inches. fall In a long plenary session yes-
at NaShville, Knoxville and terday, the congress approved,
Crossville. with a few changes, the techni-
Up to six inches of snow fell cal reports and recommenda-
in West Virginia and western tions of its five working commis-
Pennsylvania had three inches lions. These sections covered

Balde theme for the congress treated aas for children,
was "The Cild In His Fami y." ow those aalable to them, so
In their approach to each IsI that the effects of their ed.-
sue discussed, delegates thought nation will not be pre..dleed.".
in terms of making things bet- Mrs. Eniochs underlined that
ter for members of the enoOm- though this is the tenth Pan
Ing generation by improving Ameriqan Child Congress It Is
home surroundings. the first to be held at the Inter-
This position wa In contrast national level as a full fledged
to. earner emphasis\ on Aoing project of the Organization of
something simpler and per- American States. Thus, she i
haps more direct for the child pointed out, the resolutions and
asa- single unit. recommendations taken here are'
Delegates were practically In effect the acts of. the mem-
unailmous In belief family prob- ber nations.
tmI in ethe groups needing bet- Throughout the conference,
ternent are basically economic. delegates seemed avid for more
They made it clear at least to facts.
each other that a program for, A resolution to take steps to
Improvin economy of an area or provide better statistics on Il-
Ination is wasteful and apt to faflcv was enthusuastically pasu4
fall It it ignores the human and Od. better tata IO nutrition
social needs of the people who of mothers and children were
will produce the goods. demanded.
Colomblan delegates, for ex- Many new studies were ro-
ample, launched a discussion on uested and deemed necessary as
"Problems of Rural Families the basis of future action.
Caused By Speed of Industriali-1 So many of these will have to
nation;" Peru introduced Jthe be made by the American Inter-
question of what the rural faces national Institute for.the Pro-
when it moves to an urban tection of Childrood that the
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serious and farmers were urg- with more due. At Pittsburgh health, education, social assal- area. .uo. gr Js passh. a -reaoa n-,
Sed to take special precautions the mercury dropped from 55 stance, sociology and Inter-Amer-, ,Among the personalities.who takingmember nations (among
against the icy blasts. Thursday to 25 today and ican legislation and cooperation. stood out In the delegations them the United States and Pau-
STour ammed Miami brd for zero tonightwere ose of Mrs. Cecilia n ama to prove more fiscal an
Ted for a low of 8 to 32 de- Ch cago, bnketo to by a, _omen head of the panama other support for the hemisphere In
agreess tonight fv32d e- Ch snowfgo l, shivered by a d Ion and Mr Elzlsabeth body which has Its' headquarters b
A freeze also threatened the 8-below weather. The Chicago Little Le ague:c. ..*e 'o a ed te Inst- ..
vegetable and fruit crops of the Motor Club reported 50 tro The social service work pon- tute I one of the oldest entitles
Lower Rio Grande Valley i mn i. calls an hourduringthe Th y o cl b syers.R ond supo.t r
SThe blast of Arctic air chased radiators, and expected a to. Gi mrls6 6 sdno amb.toSio Cruz-,
d warm weather dramatically as tal of 5,000 calls for the day. trohduced on thet floor ad E
f it pushed into the East and Fraser, Colo., was one of the -i Soued on vterdays l nar l Tr
nlSouth. coldest spots .with 3tWelow, zero There were N patlet admitted sess an yin thestra'on- ofth9e A-nI o
r At Memphis, the mercury and teluperatures averaged 20- aid 100 discharged at Coco So- mericas at Hotel El Panata. t
t shriveled. 25 degrees in an below 'throtlghi a wide area of lo Hospital during the wAek ending Not only did the Congir -
hour. At Atlanta, it was 58 de- Minnesota, Wisconsin and the at midnight Wednesday, according -ens its condolences, Ced t~ WI, S r vd p
e grees at 5 a.m. and 26 at 11 DakOtas. to the weekly hospital report. Elev- reondIlon of the work aeom- .
a a.m. In Minnesota Prof. James H. en births and one death wer re aed; it went on record as Pavint of the center stripaIn sev. I
In the East, New York City Zumberge, preparing to test the ported. hopin' Mrs Remon would con- eral streets in the towns of Gam. b
bad balmy weather in the 50s strength of the ice surface on tine her social work boa and Santa Cruz will be t
and a fog that crippled airline a lake, said he was afraid his Eight births were to parents of Amone the topics Mrs. Remon started this month by Manten-
flights, but the temperature instruments wouldn't work in United States citizenship. Of these, Agguonted for discussion were nce Division forcesM. t.
was due to plunge to 15 to- the cold. sons were.born to Mr. and'Mrs. "Pnrams of Complimentary The first work on this roet Is ol
night. Gas service was cut off toAdam etourneau, of Coco Solito Fee at a Preventive Measure to be started Feb. 24 and a work C
I Deep p tez.ero weather over. schools and industrial users in Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Mellinger, Agains Malnutrition,"' and the is scheduled for completion by the c
I sprea the Midwest, Plains Missouri and Nebraska because of Gatun; Sgt. and. Mrs. Harry L. participation of the social work- end of.March. The.p cipal streets T
and northern Rocky Moun- of a critical shortage. Many Mackln of Coco Solito; and Pvt. erIn prorams for family assis- on which owrk Is to be done will t
Stan areas, with io relief in schools were forced to close. and Mrs. Eldon Sensabough, of Co- stance. be on Harding, Sibert, Williamson, i
.... .. ..-- --'-- Ion. Daughters were born to Mr. Mrs. Enochs Is a veteran dele- and Jadwin Avenues in Gambom. a
Cold W inds Spoil QuailHuntingMr and Mrs Artu V Bo tona congresses. She was mem beSanta Cruon which center strips
CordVI Winds S poUi QuaIl HlUntingl IfFranceFfeld; Sgt. and Mrs. Ro-lber of the United States delea-il be paved
ari o o am, DC Solito;L and tion at the ECOSOC conference This work was advertised for I
I F k c T w Cpl. and Mrs. David L. Porr, held here some four years ago. bids but only one offer was
Colon. bids y T. wt yoefferw ree-a s U
For Ike;Back 10 W ork Tomorrow Hertspecial discussion subject ed. It was rejected as it exceeded 0
Nationality and residence of oth-is highly controversial in the the government estimate and t
THOMAVL ,, Fdnt ha trouble fndin er parents were a daughter to Mr. United States just now. It may the amount of money available for (
THOMA VLLsdeGa.nt Eeb.nh 12ower nt hadl trouble findi.. and Mrs. Leon C. Bee, of Colon, become so later in Latin America the job. It Is estimated' that the
returnP) -Presi-handed from wer quail because thebirds tend British West indian; a daughter to as literacy increases She pre- paving will cost slightly in excess
returned empty-handed from a to haddle in cold weather,Mr an Mrs. Wilfred Ingrm, of send an Interesting paper on: of $20,000. -
hunt for quail yesterday as cold making it difficult for the dogs olon, Pana nian"; and a son to "The improvement of the b
wind and rain drove the game to ick up the spent o e r. and Mrs. Luther Fisher, of subject matter and Illustra- The work Is being scheduled to e
birds to cover. The hunting party ignored a Colon, Costa 'Rican. tons of story books and Illus- interfere as little as possible within
light rain and chilly winds,. traffic. Work will be done on Sa-
After an hour and a half in accompaniel by a 25-degree in turdays and Sunday but none is t
the fields, the President and the temperature. j -L DA i A f scheduled for Mondays and Tues-
his host, Treasury Secretary The .President was already on J 0 IVIIk du sor on F r I p pdays.. i
George M. Humphrey, and Clrf- the way to his goal the bagC The work consists of ripping u
lord Roberts, New York invest-limit of 12 birds as he down- i the old asphalt and oil coating
ment banker, gave up but ache- ed two in less than an hour fiO n P hOfihn Ine which has been used on the gravel
duled another try over Humph- Thursday while shooting in dt- hl l / subgrades, repairing and rolling,
rey's 600-acre estate today des- minishig light. He and Mrs. the sublrades, and resurfaclt g f
pite predicted temperatures of Elsenhower are expected to re- o with ht asphalt. An asphalt pav.-
1&-to 25. turn to Washington Sunday. Canal employes planning to) communities. Representavs to, er, a e-ton roller, a tendon roll
Ser, and a motor patrol be us-
Before setting out yesterday, make the free trip from Gamboa call-and their phone numbers ed inaddition to an at alt distrib.e r
The party returned to the thelPresident took care of some to Balboa oMthe Ferryboat Prs-I ren: Harry Towsend,efacnfte u tor and several trask rhaltinting.b
lodge on Humphrey's Milestone -official business and was as- idente Polm next Saturday,i Council office, 2-2429. and home, ur nd vratuc ang.
Plantation and napped part of sured from Washington that have been reminded to make. 2-2472; James Hunter, Gambona,
the afternoon before going vis- the Tachen Islands evacuation their requests by next Tuesday home, 6-390; Virgil Reed; CrUsto- Il rah i llanl ift
citing. was proceeding without inci- bal-Margarita, office, 3-2373, and m'vIjwi iII vlVI
The President could take debt. About 250 requests have alrea- home. 3-1545: and C. G. Thomas,
some consolation, however, in He made several nominations dy been reelved, it was reported Gatun, Office, 5-8333, an4 homef, nfi um|U man
the fact the weather was much to the Senate and accepted the Friday. W large contingent 1- 5-377. WJ seeU IH!
worse in Washington .where resignation of James L. orrll. expected from the Atlantic side.f .. .Ji ...t...a
tgovnment employes were off president of the Univerlty of The free ferry trip, announced i n
early e to a snowfall whlch MInnesota, as chairman of the Applications for the trip may1 last month by Governor Seybold(a.-UIIW E fla-I N wIpa i
tied traflc. Uf S. Advisory Commission on be male through the Civic at his monthly conference with
HBuC expert said the Pro. Educational Exchange. Councils In the various U.S.-rate U.S.-rate Civic Councils., i beinl TORONTO, Feb. 12 (tIP) A
________________________________________ _--* Iarranged to give emplopps Who Montreal financier -- R. HOWard
have never transited the Canal Webster has purchased the
an opportunity to see its prin- I Toronto Globe and Mall, one of
cIpal features.I the country's most Important
Only 500 passengers be nwspapes. I
Ico.mmodated on the fer bt It's reported that the sale price
and those desiring to m e th, was considerably more than 10-
trip have been urged tO Aog- million dollars.
municate with their Civic CouM-I Mr. Webster, whose fn.ly has
cil representative earls n longg been ioated wIth the
week. Only Company-oversn-ldevelopment of Canada, was a
ment, U.8.-rate empldes and dark-horse contender for the
their immediate families are e newspaper, which went n sale
gible for the trip on Feb 1 In January.
The "Presidente Porras 1i'i
scheduled to leave Gamsoa -Only seven of the nIWIted 12
S1:15 and arrive at Pier I =1 Bal-I ersons who bidl for t news-i
boa at 4:45 o'clock. Under aer had been Identifll Pr'
schedule persons making t b4ly. Mr. Webater W I't one
cn goto Gambon ythem. -
Sthose returning to the a He sad. In a Mite i g to
tide can return by tral& I the sta ofS the
: Adm ion to the bar t had no Int."
will be in accordance wIN e miev ai m Ive
.rp d bl thsIe is. ,at
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E Etry to solve France's .er by
I J _presentingl a full-cabinet list to
Se divided assembly erly next

et d
S\ He received his greatest
boost lastt w lln the
those which have now eome Radical SoilL t. I ot
to the UN or OAS orbit. But it Pierre Meades France, wM
oerates on a budget of $28,000 was otuted a week agi as pre-
yea. mier, voted by a narrow mar-
The Congresi also voted to bg to support him. e had
include study of child psyeho- conferred with Mendew-Franee
lo7 In relation to social work during the day.
in Its next aenda. The SocialSts, expected,
A vote of thanks to the ecre- said they would not oin his gov
riat Included praise for the ernment but they di not theat-
cretary general of the con- en to vote against him. This al-
ess, Miss Elsa Orlselda Valdes so left the door open to future
SPanama. support if he follows, M des-
After a year of advance prep- France's policies in North Afri-
rations for the congress she had ca ... ., , ..
tart all over aan when t the rt f his own
U postponed from Jan- 10 b party, te SaSln pobabyola the
naima's national tragedy. Mils ublicas, and probes also the'
aides Panamn's director of support of Antoine PI y' In-
cIali a &h. a lso heads endetI alth ouigh Awa the
ie aclty o ala tudies at Ppular Republcas torpe-
he National University. doe a Pinay effortI t form a
ge government earlier this ,eek.
_-_ The fact PfUmlln promised a
aA ncomletae" cabinet -14- in-
SLIIIIa cludr the st~t ecsettaries-
magnified his tak. There would
S l l IA be about 15 eretarlea and 1
o r r lia Jf cabinet members to _elet during
S. the weekend fjcr oom bar-
SU(tIobal Area sii
The Radi-l 8 P1r0ys
Three contractors entered bidss 2l a4 to
or paving work to be done in the pflmllu'I wrnmnt.! he can
ndustrijl Division area In Cristo- m on. Although thiedecisions
al, while only one bidder madq lose, it e the4-year-old.
Soffer for asphalt paving at Ma. pro mrid t t as te of
t and .the repair of access mol of the dlca. s olrfr-
ad to the Mount Hope oil tank mntaryvotes.
,v I - .* -1 l ,w ho s 4 e n .
Bds for this work were opened ly S in rbtyt -vote
yesterday morning at Ba lboa Ioa fv the w I rei ut1MOaaf
[eights by CoL Hugh N. Arnold, ; i.i na-ntt A ,lit
Engineering add Construction dil- ii W*Il f
motor. In thM
Of ,the bids entered for paving i r6 b ad
S.be done In the Industrial Di v
=o area, C. A. I ntere
arent low bid on three 1 te I-toine ln -ho
ems, while lthmian Constructors, abandoned atte -to
tc. c d Bildoo, Inc. entered loW government because the' R
id each n ne of thetwo reall. would, not rt him, nve-
in items. red with P yesterday;
Isthinan Constructors entered re winBt the NW leader his
a.^ lav e the MbP hate /
he only bids for.the construction .. a, formed p M ce' said
f a parking area at Margarita and tb- miht w min. "
ymnaslum, and the repair of ac- some of the support of the 138
ess, roads in the oil tank/ farm. Iependa t Republisa in the
these two projects wefe divided in- ouse. O In-
o several different items, a u d n Iht 0
ids on all of these were consider.,' "Ow o
biy In ceso of the Government fI. Inbecausehi pa.y re-

h re will cost approximately tell President license ty soo
0. The government estimate, for whether e will seek AMss bly
he parking area at Margarita approval as Premier.
Gymnasium, and the repair of
access roads In the oil tank farm. AMcGorr To L
rhese two projects were divided
nto several different Items, and f enrs Wleek
bids on all of these wre. onsid UDefenS WeeK
erably in excess of the Govern. A*A r T
ment estimate. At Anoceo r ToiuQht
The low bids on' the work at
he Industrial Division were all Mjr General Ianel C. MeGarr
within the government estimate. e..i National Defense Week ,.
The total amount of work- to be Te Ca al Zme
lone there will cost approximately The observance of National De-
15,000. The government estimate fense Week in the Canal one, Feb.
or the parking area at Margarita 12 to 22, will b formal opened
ypnnasium was $6,000 and that by MaJ. Gen. ionel M arr
eor the road repair work at alight- at the annual dlnerdace of the
y over $,o00. Reserve Officers Assoclat n at the
Arnold announced after the open- Army-Navy Club. "
ng of the bids that acceptance or The period between Ancoln a
rejection of the various bids will Waslngton's blrlayatradtlonf
be dqtormeed Ofte an analysis ly marks the of U.S.
of the var ius off rs. efense need< ad M has
rb-e. tot aot been @a omw by e e Of-
BALBOA TIDES n Sers o Tnce as- N-
tional Defense Week
SUNDAY, F1e. ,1tk, 1955 The annual dinnerdance is be-
Hlsb Low Ing co-sponsored by the Reserve
S :5o .,1,1 fieerse O ees Assoc on and the local
:0 p.om. 2:066 pm. chapters of Sojourners.
I ionl DemI Week be



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PARIS, Feb. 1n (UPY Ierre
Pfllmlin btgan toI if -a cabinet
today, his chances of 1 winning
National Adbmly ap proval
Monday or Tuesday atly en-
hanced by a series o 01aeitroom
conferences with poiUcal lead-
Pflimlln called on President
Rene Cotv at the ElaIe Palace

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