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The Panama American
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00656
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will seme a* -riecutor ",extraodinaya court of justice," raer, which was scheduled for
if the Natismal Assebly d will be to d de on wheer there hi afternoon, has been post.
eides to prem charges aaineM Oulzado howd. e tled before poWal.
JmpeahaimfMl W ent Jose Re- the Assembly fot alleged compli- The meeting was called off
mon., declared' today city in the an n of Pres- due to the ile less of the Govern.
the w_& report submit. Ident Jdase Antonio lemon on or Who was hospitalized yester-
ted tA Nstal A msse ly Jan. day morning, and Is still in the
last Siarsgr b more than The decision will be based on ho Wtal for observation aB
emouh eidesM to warrant the evidence submitted by the treatment. A CIO spokesman said
b rnlge. GOido to trial. nvestlfating mmittee nd today t may be held Frid.
De la vegasaid thw report pusalof suchprta of the tes- The conference between seay
Is ba t on testimony complex lony as may be reueted by bold and the union group Wp
by th e xsmbly' Investgatig those who Intervene In the de- 0r &111, slated, to be held at
eomm lon to which neitherbate. 2: hBoard Room of the
Ouisadts defense counsel nor Adralaitration Building. Beside
the prodmcutlon have had access. Ouiado may partlelpate in a request for a wage t le, other
The aorney pointed out that tomorrow' se if he so de- o which were o be discuss-
the only object of tomorrow's r De Vega sd. edd Wer the curtailment of vo-
added that it slhia under- catifal offerings in the second-
standing tha this Implip the ary ti American schools, and
aticiation of his defense the vl Service retirement man
Dr counsel also. However, only one Atmlht apply to local raters.
.of them ay partiIpat ve- The Governor. it was learned,
D* ie Reports ly in the debate, he. added, worked for a shor time yetr-
( uthdo's relative have re- day morning a id left for hi
taned r. Felipe Juan eabar home afterebe[r Ile re-
and Dr. Guillermo Maque s Bri- portedly is sufferfn from sga-
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TAIPEI, Formosa, Feb. 15 (UP) The.i es
tionalist high command has alerted its fshre
against Communist attacks expected during the
week, reliable military sources said today.
The ministry of national defense warned the
sons the attacks may come as part of the Comma
tical campaign before the Feb. 23 meeting of the
east As30 Treaty Organization nations in sankok. '
Meanwhile the United States has given Britain
ed indications that she foresees evacuation of the
may and Matsu islands off the Red China mainland
time, but not now," it was reported reliably in
today. -
The United States has left the timing anl
evacuation of the off-shore islands open an
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H, IN oDAN,.o6o170 6 .50
o.N ,AR. IN ADVANCB 18.50 4.00 By VICTOR RIIBEL .W ee is bew only because she had M.
1 IS.YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN tLUMN America's -Sixty Families" must thedl v Moscow's lt Ao th th
U~bHIS lnow move over to make room f Political tuover: e hve thI A-bemb and had gyog
the boys from the other sideofthe As far a te USA Is concerned created the -b mb before qt.

liTHE MAIL BOX iiat ^ g*t "" t &.'G?-?%

GAINS AND LOSSES years ued\ ledkdv But tt reason for the turn- our pc pl i ln a fl
Even tracks-theout thew family of labor.d- It'rs i two. way st r ide Rs. e woheing mNMes th

7 Cr ut-fed eo ll k n te republ hv ot benhadl U.S. aE 0m1bahwty Predmetea 91w
I' ~The person who ~~w~Rsrote as Panamanian Truckdriver is either organizing drives it wll oon un LlF weeern offials wern-
y nfory bcome ed critic or, as I suspect no trucrver at eash n the ou the single ost a much more because we weak, bt
SInluentlal industrial rand political
S merely a professional antigringo. He compn the land within a few gerent than the laid, flabby Mpart B was phe kew
ocaton o ten drivers obs to the locality rate of pa The coalition has over 15,000,000 O ea n
Sth proves there will be o am or hm under the members without the mprovide ts ofna- COE seri unrest Inside Ru t '

treatt. tul heitonal membrters with $7e200 b g them more irood, more e ador Bole d l the
..tor federation- will pick up In the itre c have not been headlined AmeiS. Embcaly wedefe d
Th aempt to show brote as Panamanian Truckdrver iseither nnu mosy fororganizing drives it will soon n- n the press but they'm e worUn. tte Department that Malako
y minformpan ed critic or, as susphree facts:, no ruckdrer a eash n the south and southwest, O c 1t marshal ueda's Nowf Khr he art end Khrushchev we waving
t merely a professional anti-grine l goal ra e complaint joabut it has great power. new Coun. r s m other r' cloy tat la

that require he lormait education and slght traourings.1 tsl of Industrial organization de. r o l wr bu oe w b mdil le t O
(b caton of ten drivers' jobPanamas o n the locaU.ty rate roes pa The coalition has over an additional p15,000,000 o^ unrest..e to aha
kov's appeasement of the masses f it coins quite so
where this proves there Will be tro gains or him under abili theo do 3,600,000 a members who will provideits na. \N V Vb SRlpinly mord one. o ece Aicha PPld Ih Ban-
aempt to show bad faith on the part of the Panama l consumer goods, did not workUn. Mtate Department that Mlnko
I the wor hor example, engeers and M.U.'s. 000 annually, mostly for organizing ama continued. Now Khrs hev and Khrshchev w e r watc in
na eges Company conveniently overioof s three facts: were dema ork. Mi wiNthry sturnes, Russia faces prob.He will aot o cl at ner
a e by the U h.. citizens on tne local rate roles are doinghorobs At the Sime time, the new Coun. i r ste ar atod ol Ther eso c ha ne
Tru that require liejob p normal eospect aucaion and slbe eight trainama's $cll 000f Industrial organizational de. tarvtpossible war, . . sol to crt to
dem(b There are many Panamaership ana on the U.S. rate roes apartment will have an izational. Wherbas the U.S. now has only iwh redn 'i.s
ality. The writer should thealk to omege rainin theg and ability to do The comb3,600, ined a year for its wn budget populate working hich d utel
who beme R.P. employes when the U.neers and M.dong tnat work based ts own some 65rganizi000 local union, a the rmers. Russia has 50 per cent a Mosow. e, n M ,
zin r bby trea"ef th Sovet po a t
i ) Theeaty provisonsregarding loss o commissary p in at least 25 ited se loal ter farming WlYet the USA tprodueem s 'ia wto

legS Paes amana payment of P anama ome tax we re ldemand- iteuther hith surplses, Russia faces e slarrw ho could nthsver ler
, ch underby the negotireatorsy, let hm ak the business interests in wide ons wth a total annual iih r es ma i better rothe aso bare
It Repgnublicbe that is to eresayg o reliownec on wnat Panamanian s means a total of almost eredn sy when tere ay
Trucdriver's job prospects and ecuty would be if anama's $10of their as a yearlyts woperationald hit the tiet I some areas t would o gve e t
demand or eventual nership of the Canal were to become a budget for he new organization the U.. n ow has oly otg ie' e wut
realty. The writer should talk to some of the garage collectors The combined AF-CI will be onheasth of stes popla It wasrking o to w creditane
who beAame R.P. employes when the U.. stppe doing tat work based on some 65,0ye00 localunionsew ttor hrus who started centywas
Xf Panamanian Trickdriver wants to know why he will lose are ailiated wilh 143 naion.,far more than the USeR...

S r: A OK L Gorker,b ldGeorget Meany0y ewho enow ie i w the watpaign to h Iencrease fartm Pre miner fe el l ax. ay
becomes one of the world's most -., -. ducthon. His idea was to .ure ng ball win Rhrushebev." The
much under the treaty, let him ak the business a

The recent article in your column by Use Judgment about important and influential states- ,* young Russians into settling on Kremin wanted to ive the im.
take-oris and landing of planes at Albrook Field was probably men. Meany's influence in the fed- i virgin farm land, also to bul d up pression to the outs/ d that
the Republic, that reasoning presented about tths controversy so eration is overwhelming. It springs "a cities in other words a tra
From his skill as a personal leader. collective farms centered around, for of ,, . Te last
SOne very important point however was overlooked and thatIt was Meany--withhis ability T TOCO O Zl urbanized communities. .... iput e o a dba epres .

wa this: mediate, to bring opposing forces Khrushchev proposes using Hen-.B ews Masl
0.If one looks from the Balboa R.R. station out along the air- together, to wassde through myriad the e Ameri
$00,,0makbhrtrip, he wrfloh notice at the extreme end a colony oeo quarters e n tny B0B RUA r lemethodyi Hewantmer the e r-oM
The new labor movementawicl th lne.a. It wasion

Wdch, luROOK FLYING be led -oby the 60-year-old New icto fm h ho stre mu aat t lon. Tey y vhm a st
S bF elork er, George Meany who nowid athr ---th nows he is ncresle fm Ros La e months T fen eca b a

The leen ai le nd er ago brought action frm ls g m I ain't soothsayer enough to dig the quarrel, Condon said: "Look, they go to bed. uhere should be a .i cang r ase rIt s t e osapeglat to e
the then commanding of planes at Albroo Field by restrctng all ex- st j uggernaut at home and on the yfed. anwto b t a o
ental flights from flying over Balesented aboa tthis controversity oerationaoverwhelming. It prw i become ngs pet, s anybody else, nu ou guys how jump on a grape? nd Italians. since the partic ad ae a t achldr s

eycould do it then hy not now one of the nation's most powerful so upughl w I fe leader. of , cities" th er th
Fo r ob zzyoleTive farmsheentered aris 1he. create a. bo Imthesuo.e
e very Judment azz. I am hormportant point however was overlooked anrified that It was Med to r the plaing of high-toned es on need Ne es and Ita proam, alov wrm officially danger to the, isthat
Was this: mthe i r own Soviet image, something called "Conrto for an at form that does not-ubelong either rom New Orleans or ische ea i re ...a sh
strip, The new coalition wil be jutas Jazzband and symphony Orces- ie will notice at the extreme end a colony oquartersetailsand to side-stepn Carnegie Hall. We do not tell cag. rsan farm mhsace te n the mn oe Ato i oe
ofwe oa ambitions of other odynamiclaborBROBa rie ma oent th pus d psan t ti eom urest is oo R
Which. I am told, house Some of the very important officers chiUefsowhh sparke the org nge. ir irrome00,00e000rto300,0000 buthla stto o
Abrook Field and who probably very much objecttowi Unhd re the ner -rus hhe e n me
rg p1ges going to and fro so close by. fUderationewinbe anth ompru- pirflaborrfrow-how.eboreaksnb.equt
This same argument several years ago brought action from s ait I ain't soothsayer enough to dig the quarrel, Condon said: "Look, they go to bed. Thre sho uld beeam can raise rm It cathe syanegot t as ae-or is
theomnt ma ndighfce r e fe ld bvstri g e sa a t h om an n bthe tis Russian jive, and neither,tI T w e go over to France and tell gene r u a dhmi u of Ne e s 'in rease the Population that he i t sao ao da y ..T e R e a
theycould do it then, Why not ow. one of the nation's most powerful the Russians. so I will toe, up This is roughly how I feel about ular field of ino,trombone,etrum-t w aouie Kr ihchv nita ed Thes h me ne t htng
allies against the Russians whonoer subject which I do dig- the European condescension and pet, bass fiddle and drum, you nga Rus en wastoeficiallrI nt a t ull s ty .ut
fJudgment try to create all world labor in jazz. I am horrified to r6e @tnat thea lacing of high-toned ruffles on need Negroes and Italians, coming Poremh a len t aga llydae

S ater, wth hands of the Philharmonie-Sym- fall off an alp. They should eave about 1 a.m., when a certain arti- the Russian peasant racksthe.
We tusr Theslaunch drivs catminplant pw oyr wSociety under the diretion our jazz alone, and not try to rcialc vitality will have cuod t ue l know-how. e breaks upe hn h the nsu n ri
chmi al per Dmitri Iitropoulos on March make a lady of It, because it ain't to wake up andbecome, tntrestedaIet h nomechanical a na th bestwaitoe t it would
0 2 Atve auo' '-a well as In the' 31,in a. that's no lady. It is a hussy. 5 fwhat they are doing. Upuntil r eewthonk ufr m bynun thed over n
mouthful. The correct atmosphere for jazz it time each man habeenie hinequip-

whichWalter uthepear-ld.omposor 1. years Incautious an may be slugged for l

Sh r Ad wind Tde rd.antes veb y pant Villes. Th erea h wMoud be no no a mclddh.rr1od r eUod. Buc' af elCooemse.teie ------ ad----t-
l 41 Comfort -.',"t sreive ue WhiCh ol'ads us now im saylbg air conditioning.,, Musicians should %herey can'i It all for eam-euk; ,'. wl ej'pv' mnt of the tii The Rudtan
Frt drinks 44 Do rinof from the et mestr, Ed- eat. selves, with the drinkmaybe a ang on hebeded to madch furth#rt nn want thethis Caetoe tr
IB dayosWr oo of Elen ctr_ a Whenr o minorhengr ea. b f oth.M ., ee e upm t t weswhatsrlve ,ince
Seh I 46 oethe heavy r i dustries with ard Conaon, pronounced Cne-done, sitting o n the e floorandte a osws: e. t he equi re i
Save of strikeswho runs a saloon in Greenwich ost of them should show up toes witeher shoes offbordet- w the AmeI Iron
83h3T*1*31An 40 K and fterdTe organking- drives will go Village. and who once played a with horrible hangovers, having sad to Uncle Buck's ornl Enemy. We have done eerything

38 ach for 48 Autalan after big and small busi 1 nesses i tarwhen I was a boy, and Just focd themselves out of bed heardLena do it once with Cousin Possible. We hve i tItute o ted today.
'iihow '4O1 leine ,goCor la Executi'es in the mass industries hasn't played It qce., being too with a few doses of their favorite Joe on the piano and Cousin Eddie country atomic er Steel b
will be facedbu with the drinking tonic. e unionsey should all oe money, on the ogose give down asIt the, follow the

pa~cfww > ldt Thdebimeone tugh ad -y Peter msson unions ora a l Baym in glingseekS a
: I ^ e ahe o I asary-gnstead of two feuding rival out Agweapoh delahat te yld21 or
a matiol two or treecustomersan shouldbe head pver heels with This isjazz, not t Canie nahea of the calt
unions which blanket Mr. Condo for indeed t i rea that dimestore doll or some bank. Hall stuff. It I only azz wh and created bomb
Sn the electrical field, for e, ly Eddie. once ot n an argument her's trol first hand. They hod a be th e best a orczzmen stumble hboe ICon Iefore i o le forW -
ample, the AFI'a International with the French over what they pallid from neverahaving seen the oawn,.snd awake in theaftennon bourgeois politcians are irrm .
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers called le jazz hot. At the pitch of sun esbept In early morning, en feein more than miserable. sid chatted They belie the mis opratd

1,500000 teamsters have been e somewhat by the return to le vote against communism in any Magsaysay, so effective crush .nr I ce
and the CIO's Internat onal Union al ambassadoens s because we kbnotwh asre weev atd oes dt
'manIol Electrical Workers have a joint" '- V ietna as they what a bombics t..,-" schedules, loarhher still this
membership of 900,0. They areion over For- in southern Viethepet Nam who have equipment left over f fighting fo south Viet ,ttte .
Sled by young and dynamic men. territory is now said to costs for military assistance a on 16, 1954, tel titt reported today.
The unions already have a W orkngo. be only 15. tered down as follows: the

Pact.The big electrical mPanl here is uncertainty as to how the The United States is having to amounts. Economic aid is another le -th t
hll fin d them 'o un woug h adver- t Peter Edson begdnn ig theenemiikees rofsident M
ary-instead of two businesses. They maintain commercialout A-w relations wit Opereapo atons A nistra os or on for th to lead the new other

Sare going atpte t markets, de northern. Communist Viet-Soviet Ulnpurposemade cPro state. Emperor Bao Dasposals rt. il
There will be even bigger 'com- ,-a T w l t bso
in. es. For the past few weeks WAHIN ON -(NEAlmost Fears c ompl refuges map reachouragement arded as a g head 800,with use age
"X l-f1 n d5Tfl~i~n l A" Ice Oown in iad millonseach, Dave Me- that free, southern Viet Nam will ot them have seen Commuist con. p ino'nstructors. ht is lcou on. .. .t. -
SDonald leadworker of alon,0 steel sooner or later fall into the hands trol first hacceptand. They are the best a forcy whle lik Fre the Philip ine Con- become lado ers.19 .
Worker and Dave rBeck, leader of of the Communists have been quiet- possblethevtde thce to make the perm stabulary which, underresident It s regarded as possible for
S1,500b0 teamsters have been ed somewhat by the return to b vote against come 35unism in any Magaysay, so effectively rshe thnam e southern area to raise larger
-- "y"lips.-talking steadily and secretly. Washington uf Gen. J. Lawton Col. free election. the Hukbalahap Communists In the forces than the north. If the south "lOT FOR C
PANAMA, R. de Phey plan joint drives. This will ens, President Esenhower's per s n the number of nailves from for- Philippine islands. ttle scholar intain 10 s with Frech
throw a comave binaton of almost nal ambasfuture do the mer Communt -country controlled areas There is a surplus of military and Amecan ad, the north will
,W0,000a m on against anyew mults- Thecre nosed definition over For cain southern Viet Nam who have equipment left over frombu fighting hve 0.
triN a tial opponent who stands up mosa Is no p expected to have any request "a resettlement in northern days in Indochina. Additional U.S. Main-reliance for southern Viet
Tmln T T H R M TI nlaist t he 'her union funds effect on Indocna, but the situa- etmin territory ndchinas now saihead tocosts for military assistance a m defense depe a of course

a it evitable that after tion there is til touch-and-go. be oViet Nam government. t therefore estimated in r educa t h a pact
B There ii. uncertainty and.Gr ny. m tromto how the 217,000The United States having to amounts. Econot yet reformic aid his another they business,
Stockholder of NATIONAL ITThe Teamsters Union will be the French will ena up in their efforts finance resettemnt of ren uees in story. It will be required n vumongchance
backbone of a score of campaigns to retain teimr Interests 4n southern the south. Over $28 million has al- Unfortunately there Is no strong free Viets Nam can be s
In partmerAhl .with unions which Viet Nam and at the same time ready been allocated by Foreign leader ike kP'esident MN a yaar Sif t, write It off'ow.",.
eal with sm r al businesses. They maintain commercial reltons wit Operations Administrationwould be sfor tplemented by T he governew southern t
are going aft at markets, d. n o r t h e r n. Communist Viet- pur light French state. Enaton opera r b ank alnd Is till .

pnrtenal stockholders'me wl be held Is stthe reta of some sidere is almost aable. Paul Ely of Franc would b ragement gar aded as a f lgar headw oSIDE GLANCES
t t ma offices of Comstations and million. white lack of accurate information on to the American point of view is follow, and better for his coun-

Datil lad Avenida Bonav, S. P any. pe re th a o. nf Thref. g a s a c pete at gourtement r has direc- as ar thifr eSA i wth 5ad
D6 0 adoraScollar workers-in coalition with what goes on in the northern area. apparent acceptance of an age. -try while in Prance than at.ho.n.
the machiisis, the retail lerks, Nothing is. at all firm on the meant that the Viet Nam army will N

'4 PANAMA,.R.rdeP. .Thuse rp ng pacts Genae ,.ase-fire agreement, to cers in the MAG,. or Military As- .Prmier is a shy itit scholar
ave n ed.th sett Fbruarth future of the country. stance Te group under Lt. Gen. would n who does not know how to sel him-
"mil-To r = drive by a new ote'or what for. It is entirely pors-era, Collins Is expected to take be learning. He has closed down -
..OiI~~ U, union to b launched in the white sible that northern and southern back to Induchina a go-ahead on thue gamb No houses which were
Soar- FLO T areas vote on entirely differ- this program the curse of
o It itsInevitable that after the oueat n The Viet Nam government itself run by the two that

B oormel AL and CTO merger thi e D ANNOr may be no 1 at has proposedGULAreduction of also control the Ee I wr-
By order of the Beard .1 Directors, the year, = he I udlvl tl unions win all,..asn $oKorea and.Germany. army trom the 217,000 of Jan. eor has not yet reformed his pee-
stokholders of NATIONAL. .DIS L- a beCUADOR -untl the PoACIFIC putlzst- 21mfl.W about half this number. This pie.
E S!, .A., are heEreSby Mled that the smaller NG dasep r.lion people in the sah and 12 force would be supplemented by The government now has its own
Th IS W of the AnL and CIOI m1llin in the south are not cbn- our light French divisions. Gen. national bank and controls its for- -
aRM4n stockholders'"o di be hold inmgt Just the ibtn of some sidered reliable. Paul Ely of France would be in eign trade. It has a land reform
at the hmai offices of t10 e company, Is. unions U he fold. i) is the end of Also the lit of am 600,000 command of both forces and the program. This Involves suspansl"
pate ,v'- e UotohtG .he ti no rent the first year, quarl.
1., n te zWSth day of February, li 'etbabm The U. S. HAG would have to themsecond. halt rent s t
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war that was none of oar'-
S -74 n . es. It is true the actual b Panama, February 1
vim A pychlatrist testified it was lies with the capitalists and Ina-
WWW discovered In,. 1943 that. Olo perlalits of the United States... POLICE WORK IS FAMILY AFFAIR-Enforcing.the law is all in the family for two Utah
kKQ7?T might "break emoti n0lly" If The article cited in, the apecifi- County, Utah, couples. Shown above, .they are,.left .to eight: Kenneth and Vera Forshee and
h .i. removed from hls responzilbif- nations read. Jody and Kenneth Harris. Forsee is a police officer In Provo, and Harrii is a state highway .
rAe8 i e which t -h e were of trooper. Both their wives are deputy ab ffs. So thetwo Kens are among the few peace officers
routine, peacetime Mature. Olsen told newsmen atftn th who can talk "shop" with .ives. EXCLUSIVE NEA PHOTO.
MArt& outh 1 0;olson now has a "suicidal charges were filed against him ,
S W N Sh s drive," hears olee d -loses that he was "amazed' bY the .
-1 Pa P his mentl balance, the medical charges. Ie denied any collabo- __
Pa officer Capt. Lester I. Abnd,aton with the enemy, but d-
P 3 Pon testified. mitted presenting a. "petitioR"
P4a1 l ae ODuring one interview. Abend another POW. He said he twas
t Ohem S- e rerd Olson boasted that "I can "elected" by his fellow-prisontra s
maze frienigu with the devil." to present it. Ihzlp's OleIs filled with bsl.
7 a.The leadoJawed sergeant,, A. Well-wern step sad r.gs he usa
Today's b was a for ,the native of Yugsvlle, P., and Since lhis arraignment Jan. 2F,
Norti outh as veteran of mre than 20 years Olson has been under observa- pArs weld lve l bo ike
practicalyrt no way for reasonable aresaar service, 'as a "latest tionesn a payhiatr a section of Claseifieds. Sa ithe hight else
aggressive bidders to avoid reach. 'h ,phrenlc reaction which In Walter Reed Hospital at waeh-
a s d t id funl. 'wWO1, be paranoid. In Ington.
ins a Same contract, but there w as full aoIns Uai n t
no game in ,the hand, ebeelalty endsad At times O1- is m d eo aer _________
aou Tete isam superior per-; wa fh as
&Mee ,every br-suitng ) ih e surene rior a et w He to married and the her -
Tces u r h son," Abend.said. of two childreh.-He mtered the
'When the hatd was pla in ea pa Army_ at Watertown, p-N.Y., in ,..
recent tournament one P erP I do not beleye that he is ca- 194 and served there until 1940. '
tally succmeededt making three able of cooperating in his own Later he served at t..Jackson,
no-trump. Te successfulidoelaror defense," Abend testified. 8.C., and went overseas in 1943.
knew that opponent had prob. Olson, the second teular re- He was captured in the Battle
lems of their own, andshe ave natriate from Korean POW lits of the Bulge in Belgium in 1944
them every than nd ohe to Io on trial on chiares of ct and, held prisoner by the NIazis .-.
wrong answeer c s. laborating with the enemy,' Is untl .VE day. / ^***... ..-=.- . 1""- |. ..
West on ed A the six of clubs orl owners, ofm ekn anti-Amer One' of the specificatlens a. c-
nowinig the double of three 'an speeches to fellow prison- causes Olson Of comparing the
no-trump showed strength n du er, f writing Communist prop- treatment of prisoners of war by ,.- "
my's first bid suit. Dtimmly won aganda articles for POW camp the Chinese With the treatment
the .fArst trick with the king 'of publications, tf making props. given by the Nazis. The Army '
clubs, ad East asigpaled encour. ganda tecordIngs for broadcast said Olson told fellow-prisoners.
agembnt .by dropping the ten. by,. the Cotnmmuinists and of au- of war at a Korean POW Christ-."
thoring surrender leaflets with mas party that the Germans.
\South mknw that he was in the prolianda mf s beastand tortured prisoners, but
dummy for what mignt wel be the the 'Chinse have given us warm
last #e,bute4aw no great ad. Conviction on y one of eight clothes, bedding and even hand
vantage, in cshing the ace, of specifications o aleged v tolaetowelS" and "arranged this fine
clubs. That would simply expose tion of an article of the Unt- party for us."
the nature of 'is hand and solve form Code of Military Justice Is ;,
all defensive problems. Instead he punishable by death. Io b.
boldly led a spade from the dum- Sim Fat Aw
my at the second trick. The article makes it unlawful sim
for any soldier, whether in com- You sor aWt ourata of r makes
East a~turag played a low bat or a prisoner, to communi- : our' iethlow ll ial""
spade; and Sou put up the king, cate with- or have any inter ~Ie f a day with
winning the trick. East noted the course with the enemy without J wood amethtod caled
fall of the ten and wondered wheth proper authority. exercise. Absu afte A.s yo
er .his. partner had the Jack or the The Army charges that Olson, heomist for ro o o"'
queen of spades, while a prisoner of war from ,naUla oortow,".
10th next laid dwn the ace of
hearts, and East discarded a dla-
rnond. South continued with a low
heart, and West put up the king.. .
It didn't occur to West that Soutn .
had left the ace of clubs in the '- .'.
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Three rounds- of hearts, but the 4 111) ME ICO
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He didn't dare dls id another Flights every Tuesday and Friday by DC-6B
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discarded a low spade. Se tsO-AeaM L.A., I I Tioll Ave., Tel. 2-331.
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aso ommy Porsey speaking. The
.time great trombonist and band
a.er leaned forward. tapping his
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"Songwriters are like geese. They
Jilt follow aiong. Now they're all
Vw7 Ing 'Sh-Boom' and 'Boom-Shoo'
and junk like that. So we just keep
ylng the .things :hat are goode.
42 .instrumental,ke he High o y Hamilton m
te Mighty,' but generally ay Halent
re laying the same songs wtrlt
the same arrangements we've been artists could not be mentioned by
playing for years." name. Neither the conductor Iden-
The -'we" he refers to are the tified. Insiders say however that
Dor.ne Brothers-Tommy and his such voices as hose Banpton, -
*axcp one-clarinet-playing brother, leaner Steber and Norman Cordon
Jimmy. The two now front a corn- are included.
blted band and it's a fine one. Verdi and Wagner get credits.
The old songs and old arrange- .
rents are still good, and even the Epic's Roy Hamilton is a man
Steen-.agrs seem to like the sound of many tents, beside singing.
and swing of them. Among them are prize fighting ad i
But the Dorseys are ad ing some art. When he was asked why he
Uinag new. They're starting their gave up the ring, Roy said, "It
own record company. made me nervous to see them
"After all these years," Tommy messing up good canvas with re-
said, "we're going to record for su."
ourselves. Just instrumentals. And2 -s
that last arrangement we play- Getting the star build-up at Dee-
e: tl ca will be Miriam Workmap. She's
tes. It was the old standard,'thegal with the hum on Guy Lorn.
$Wagon Wheels," in n exciting barxo's record of "Blue Mirage.
S treatmentheels in an exciting (Incidentally, when Lombardo does
treatment the tune in person at the RooseveltI
Grill, he usee a sax for that ef.
TV TOPPERS I feet.n Decca figures they have star
BOB HOPE (NBC-TV: I hear material in pretty Miriam.
they may televise the Congress
S ansions. I'd like to see what the: DICK'S PICKS: Eddie Fisher's
*oder comedians are doing. T new 'Wedding Bells" (RCA) should
be a big one for him. Others:
"That took four minutes 23 sec- "Bubbler (Frankle Lame. Coluny.
ends. Npw we never could record bia); "I Aint Mad at You (Les
that, becaus- record companies Baxter, Capital)," "My Anxious
want everything kept to two min.- Heart (The Four Coins, Epic)
utes and 20 seconds or so for tlhe "Who Knows Why' (Bill Law.
Julkg-boxes. But we'll put that in tence, Coral); "Two Hearts" (Pat
our album. loone, Dot); "Honey Babe" (Sau-.
fer-Finegan RCA); "I Wanna Hug
"We were going to call our new You, Kiss Wou, Squeeze You" (Lu
coiSpany 'State Rtecords' or 'Em- Ann Simms, Columbia); "Majorca"
Sbassy' or some such name. Then'(Bob Manning, Capitol); "Paths
mebod said v'c'd have to soendjr.i Paradise" (Johnny Ray, Colum.
& lot of time and money to get the iia). a
sew nane to mean somelihina.I
'%are you've got a name people Timrg for jazz, and there's a-plen.
I. _, why not use it" thl man t,- on new albums: Jazz from old
sild. So we're calling -it 'Dorsey favorites like Woody Herman's
Record" 'Three Herdc" (Columbia) Cole.
Lest ear. the Dorseys recorded man Hawkeis' "The Hawk In
for ..Bl Records. light" (RCA) and the late Djan
q14, it was a wasted year, mosti go Relahardt's "Le Jazz Hot" (An-
," Tommy said. "Our agree- gel). And new favorites like 17.1
s0twis we p:ck ne s tbey.vea.:'-old R-bby Scott (Bethlehem)
Siek -H Uut thcy keY4, ying tlhe o 'i.ieland-playing Salt City Fly

wast to tuve for of' Ma CalWas is shawn tf, eWpe
ove' r coer them. dA. action on Angel's new "Ca a'
4 ,at's over now." Portrays Puccini Heroines." Here
ag u, thcn--Dorsey Rec- is probably the greatest soprano
Sedicated to the proopsition of our time, singing some of the
"ugmoe should be good. greatest arlaso f all time, It's a
yut want to listen to goo:l d "
Sad play guessing games at
t a"se Uwe, Camden's new
Heart of the Opera" series Your Pil e
r you. These are seven al- 'HWel um Pi l s'
ins, giving the highlights of 12 .,, mn*asugar from paintul, itohin
I.les another bour without trying
Ses. -hInreild. Upon applioation Chiniroll
'- a soe sing comes in in try- cart eourbig Pile mixeries 8 wa:t I
_Ing to Identify the voices-the cred. I a:is a.nd Ithing. i. Helps shrink
jul just say "soloists." It seems r edmn abu. nesan anrtue
the records were made some years .'orowinSc. Ab rour. DrZn4aW t g,
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Rep Chair m an much as n8 days before the No- my ,Chief, of Staff, said .Som-r-
ard V ilad yesterday vember, 1956, election. eil'i death Is threat los to the
P ,er a , ereace on beiontry. He said the general
ima GPcoa that he ConWecticut requires ertlfica- made outstanding contributions
assume r plBlower will tion by Aug. 15. A number of oth- throatt World War :.
,uin for a.' *ilii,, er states require 60 days notidpe. .
Slmnul .mftoraleN. In ulrtford, Dem6crate State The 6-yea,-old Somerve.u EV ERYTH IN
ilonal soti M. Buter Chairman John M. Blley said iovled to'Ocala ix maoths tO. '
announce s ty. has dedeeled only a "8smal technical" change He *asB n a leave U board THE FAMILY,
tentative 4pe l196conven- would be a*eded In Connecticut's chairman and president of the I _T IAMILh
tieo .i G ag .-July 23. But both election law; to permit the Demo- Koppers.Co. Inc., of Pittaburgh,
parties hope eventually to set an crats to hold their convention Aug. Pa.
August date state election laws 15 Instead of July 23.
PArsit it ate el on Bailey laned to .onfer wsoon at Rhodes merely should be A personal shopper will
Sa hat o Phil ith G Stte Ch lan Cl- hibited from claimin that departments and over 400
,.delphtohdMd-iSan Francisco are ence F. Baldwin on hbe ba. gaveprelle
the top ites under, aideration in Boston, ssateetta e. eranent perfect items -for your need
for the GOP convention. He said tion Supervisor Daniel F. Muliahy In the adoption case, the Mas.pafie
SMr. Eisenhower like the Demo- asld he had received no official sachusetts Supreme Court said a friend.
crt, favored a late date and a request from the Democrats for last spring that *the principal
' "shorter campaign." information on his state's election that children should, In golera
Mr. Eisehower's 1956 intentions laws. be adopted within the faith o
, ere not discussed at the White Massachusetts law requires that their natural parents has riel
House meeting, Has said. 'ut he nominatioM.imust be-in 14 weeks ed wide-spre p a oval.' This
added that nothing occurred to before elections. This means the trend is supported laws in most
change his assumption that the Republicase-and Democrats would states, the state courtpalid AS 1
President will be available for a have to pkk' their candidates be. .t e I A-- IS-
second term fore July 21 to meet the Massa- TheI form m4da icaUoh by t he
Hall said the GOP National Comr- chusetts deadline. Go)dzmans oritay. was turned
mittee will select a site at a! Butler suggested to D. nocratc down by Probat e Ad John V." t o *
meeting aere Thursday It also leaders in several states possible Phelan, who sa couple's te' It's thrifty to shop t
will decide a on a date i onchangesa i the .Rsate election lmoyon hme Into hwoS- W H YOU ARE i te
about state deadlines ft qualiIy, laws to permit. later conventions. session ofwi 'tWHE Y UA cE I- the
ing presibnti e- aIso annomcs thaM es a~ D lnn and wholly< ^r11, .thrift polity saves you mmon
Clear d t, beyp .a. crt a c6mmitte .had voted to .

dates would be too late a Inc e President still favors a shorter enge of the State law. If you Oren e xocCy sur
o stlat, re re hat names campal next yean will gg Then they w
requir.e _... 11- -._-t_ me -c--a-p*-- -- They said the statute runs count. w they si
e. r t" the First Amendamentto the destination you direct.
Jewish Couple Lose Fightr Tblb w .-i-chbass
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3. Cleared the way for a federal
trial of Thomas- C. Maxwell, po-
lice chief of Leadville, Colo., ac-
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soldier attempting to escape custo-
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SEPTI-SAN form cottage reare sarn Fon ra- .Term., S.nte. o6u1l6 064 Iftd*Ttl I M-ise e: aneous92 .
cisco. Phone 84-5105. Fort Kob- Chevwelet luick. *If- 10 t o nd
i DNew Astroing Natur be. Ask for Sqt. Gordorn. R SALE: 1947 ude e amC a FOR SALE -Bicycle 28", $15.- p t- 1t77,mt n ud a O t Mo yesar w th ond

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Odor and Reduces MaSs FOR SALE.-Furniture. Leaving Sae tron rttie.s $125.4, 3 Veation blinds type No. I- Clam Beach i tIath *M ag h Ps
toneyBauk Isthmus. Estudiant St. No. '69. Smoot & Fared". OWNlds C s od rh bd qneniens, t. t- h e pt
FOR SA.E:-Double bunk bed, "-- -C. S0_ o M ri 65th Qrou sfue as
-(0 F. NOVEY, INC. i springs and mattresses complete, FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Victoria. -5h. o I' .. rO',
f1 A $40.00. ining table, $20.00. with Fordomll tic drive. PhoneA c2T30rm .. 1 Aile d g e a e .e W
27 Ctral A t Apex washing machine with Navy 3166. WMiT E e ienn II rU
ringer, $40.00. Corner and cof- Hous"s "' '.Db 5 "-1:J
...fee to, $12.00 o .er. o.-nd FOR SALE:-1954 German Ford. Houses .________ _ irU w In g
r 203-B Curdndu. 83-6257. excellent condill6bn'. Duty paid. -,,
S t s-oweF SAL WANtO.R 'O R'frtgeT.:-.T"o""st.1 Hinpsf Rcinbow
your offer. wi,1 4 bedrooms. garden. garage "Uw 4050.
'.1EIRACTO Real Sstatl rubber, completely oevrhouled. .-3424. Spo. -apeccittaonfm
A d .Plymouth. 1949 Sedan. Hassine, 4 3 o E lai"Mt. we. W y Ad p.
v W A.. end o ettrAC FOR SALE:--Housthd large Central Avenue 18-45. Telej- aelp7 WntC rt opnl. Cr.i" oe o rppree.atlon an
f l a tn I lot Chilbre Tranist on'High phone 2-3469 business hours. Help nM8Rl.e fred retyPd will be uest ot off o aCristobl wo sered wSt
.boktro"'LoseTow way, $450.00.eDon Eastman,-wtill Abeemblp No. 2, Order of the Rai- term- as M r L"
Fo. ee ....... ChFlObr Tr--thn? K2h. speaker itonl nf-aG JORaRu was..
i. dolo frSm ada n.wa yW ATN4D0.0.. D 7n Emn .W 'D:d -Re or-Girls, wereintalle atib m fot tftb n r
8 ,' general houspaework with ,.RENT rm. aRpEurd te.n o an open meeting on Thursday eve. her teB to o
b3:0-B ..g.ieev? Oneral hous awork with kt.owl "h .'i.
ID oTIST FOR SALEs-Morrs mnr edge of making. Must sl op in.Pg in the ,CrlstoIal MaSonticlons who .e. v o
FOR T-Moris mir 2- I.Landress also needed. Engel D rO i P pe be. More than one hundr- Rin w ar t-
Dr. C. E. Fdbrega door Sedan, 1951, excellent on- Calle Colombia 44-17 (Corner DrT ae pek on "ub- Tmd e a rs, t nre ot ah endr were t- l w e aar 1d ge
E"t"re t a.-i.ework, dition. Calf 2-4119. 44th Streeti, Apartment "J." .r-la ... ..let,3beat aeap a ioyed, were se ter.i j asra r
.e-n.Investmentk li dinig-room. T .p a, vmef t in the banquet halln o tf th e njew Woflhy' AdvA-or r
uuAbbosove Gaer Den4Utrv FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Suner. ". .the.2 bathrooms,.gargef pnd "111T peprOghr,iwwiththethegfirst'fTemple
Tha AT A V N. hnd 2A 4- r Sedan S ubyeOrnalowntr. 1 .im S.tobk fo American i series alned by the Youn 1 PaS carnations arranged on a .eher the., d tdr . f.
sTelephone.s.es anama tdio, neow custom atceer, WANTED family. Cn be sn from .12 pples .a ue, estar bed of ferns to spell "June," the r"o. with r e e- as-"
Itrot Amair eo4 r Wheele Ps 'excellent W/W tre; $795.00. M i- 72:30p.m.N No. 18 Ave. 7:30 pe m.and will I clude choral iven name of the new Worthy vlso'. a g.
Albrook 2241. 'MiS s0eoane.u ,-A. dvisor, banked the pedestal In s's e a ,-f-
rok Lleague hzis et sponsor frost P.t th5e pn o t of the presiding officer. Pina sembly. i impress
"rInsurae in Panel delivery truek. tend)- WANTED :-- nfurnish 2 -RENT:-For 2 n hr e grase fsn t tp carnations an e d erm entwined ius i -d' w .h a f ,.
Sagnew, b ad- n wits variety ll white trellises were sed h
Sure insurance, "lw mihnea. saw cm bedroom apartment in Cmpe Ij rilshel chalet,, new. 2 bed- o fmbjects,.Including. e teatlon. the general decoration of the large e h asbe n dlo t a. ,, r
.eis t or terms. 83.- 1 0y-qnln. Alegre or El Congrejo. Phone ra- ms "El Congrejo." Telephone hal er eost Year.W tfl.tl fr
Jilm Pngama30919 FO' SALE:-1952 Pds0bile 0 919. : Miss Joan Holgerson, wilo has e - m-
Sl Avenue No. 14- Super 88. 2-door, 11,500 miles oaletd her term as Worthy f rainbow hues in orown g
riairlses : to B. d1: I: T .4-a n, 1 ., ro.t.m. _b.e.ekn LuSeT ~% OUNDU FOR RENT P Helk Other ins..tal. ling officers w"re M."-iss -i-
.t. urar. 4, ., aart I I I: 0i Nl ellie H. ... eson, Marsh i laced on M.r,. e
b To eS to g The greatest percentage r ,s n giAr u the l W,~~. r. erOR RE:- rmls Hul.ete'oFlie an, er ecorderhplain. s r ."'", .- p,
T--a"itfh f l-last year of any 1 security $2 liso edr SAtoa-e Ais e cart-a n r.i t t Just bott It LUU W apII Crgn Sal e d ter Recoer MisGl.s
ls.it as-cor ed-tbyo the 19 h eIr..to.: o r Ideal a"MN. ,, ,,"' me-of, a rushed aPartr ts, Rita Howard, roca rSolo i t..r s era
bon the New Ydrk S tock eha foare h Ve cash.-w, 1iC .ci.." 2sbdmoms, hot,a old water. Toe NIAGARA FAtNLS., hY. Mrs. Rowelei'Orean, Mt and Mra h- drhia th' a pt.
prinCompany, .Itiment -fro*, s "" b." -. p 3-4W '- .When elAircrait Corp. re. ro e e ort her dau A .
to aboutl-t oorbrut dothe' e Wr bro e ar r e l- C t oy rot i
ryear, at wh e time ie a at n rIyr 4liv red to theN avy a tion ledges andto br stat ion a
baroee fo e At n ta oina ii t laas W FNtt 2 bedroom an i.eit lto r e i rtA orp Irs ametL al ty iei .
ehan.edritsffameoItd -- roao apartrma pe deal totrack down vica Pty C- :t gaveloeulspetd uu ther
S$.'qarmuitCaldt ArharembApart- ahtPthi. p ad derou a ae con.Ojuny, thear stations -pre Rited
B"uinSBAEn toirq, ed6. It re reg istered a- aisd un e with a GrutetA of red earnho- trot ,and t_ .r
to ba t te L !, .%" Oiesbal.. 20 h r bl Ap r a gl ve h
eii lubur et dmolo4ed, Jnd r a -' + ... .... s /lbr" ,l I I -." 2 I -a, e. di -Abies tffi hr a et e g. r P a ste Advdvr, a elso 3,c O.i. E. A.

44. ontwl. "Chionilee sena o 2 Eo, hsibo F s o id who- plt,, ; -
oft 5 lpl factos. hmst -I ld.Aior
his-bb-vaccie Joaft it rirnacha "hr "em ake. deiver to.y-ebrsocite Adviser, Pamela Rasiher of trhe4
atdlwe. W recent flia1v'ta48thn.ob.W2,%la OeT rm RCharity4 -gsia S.ormy
tuounedwofinusra slant..pl ciod ______ttoh e__ _ra Bsyrin. .B 155. .Ths craft Iwas dm1- Chr it Di ms St -'n, x'r
'nut i$antN N.. Prn:0i at0e4110a. aN. -J.O- woe o fNla oGatu. nIn ,--Belal Carol Newar -Faithd A- Vt.t
w ido aped t"i.ett a ri psado l sh .
L-he hopes to devise eellampen f a b r I.s le, .o(Lm A p W h. l o mi the "at m-cua.en ih p e e. FOR RENT:-!bedroom part- r u to (Ite In, "li C ers Recorder Jle ,
b a r PwtofAll NcoolscreenedPorrasA r th," Tex. plnt. Chamber' Treas.rer, M rie been ea
l t o o, 1V m allo et e ap . ws 56, $63.00. Call mlWicia aDemigratdthe H -I1, the cap B eke hapain, Mad M. Gar r te u- mo,. E-
wm ne most n yeiti g102 rknotably 'n c J.r y .. . mar n- ye ti10r rt
:b o st ..r."-tesineorTI GfrryUn o atter 0 ColonI 2-23 wtor 3-034, key apart- tr Isp wit s oa. rett Drat D L der. Louise Amosn. r ae. a f
Of the vaccine e bulbs. It Is dalsoa inaaor-o the d .mlor&r teon ano d Mrs. o, W. .MGim Fort Ama. meR3 ~.iETt a ,'r arbGl
In whectroenhc sandcsinsIYus s O wasa a o nlde eImi edor Girls State AllumaeGroup, into-o S to ,'Stn0 fo r'ion,;--Ed olthius Eckboff Naturq, l--- f -"
[p- .Whetherehenneeds ay ni do wi ',l t wll .-- 1- ..... ...'t...
,0be protected from theimentation.- tor Cs -h ,iar l S irta e. 77"o" Clayon w offc -, -. a r. een
beoroisCaoegLtsoy-'t'u bW es...t FOR RNT: --;2 bedroomcool c ea t ol phirlp eF eX,.....s Kepers m mortality, Pa-
Louie/ G LePel ps'" U.S. Wt iof throughout ,.10. a like a sea" $10b,', Janice
.diseae. Operations are conducted the l t n spacious rab, le e I partmek 4,in r a Rag Mr. .a .
I s bAeatlestineahatrackedo--down coe Patriotism,
tets will start next week many parts of the world. Teere a u c dan d cn e tg of Foreign Wan 'Lt. Fr A I- residentialdst4t..Call-Se g hc- o arrest PCoufim Inr- e
public, private and op~ro- iare thirty factories In Europe, combined efforts which make the brookPost NNo a M Panama 1661 durlg business honors. stay sum.. 'Servic. D H.by f. 1'+'iw"or--Wrt,9 the.- u. )-
c h. e re, with ch4dren eight in the U.S., and products program boasible on the Isthmus. Chaptqr The -artmlidter As- IFOR IRENT:'- Furnished,.oj Ita Ii -apale.of app ,--fOOuter Observer, Sanda aHughes
hp m l so re wee r. y0 toba.-Colon Ba- b o mormiN a m ,a miles an hour, or ran havel Musilcan, Grace Argo and Choir arn ory at o
lnel tnJIJh sh o4 r tri ct n tr e cort Gravatt Department Presided of tary Club District No 110 20 ae ar ora m unless wl it pIbnp i g Drctor Raehel dl. ja!P alm a N,2. r .
t... ihi e o a bbreteaAm-
*, ,, '5"As.. &50rnlonmwo net asset the Amerivuu region Auxiliary; American Legion Elbert S.Waid1 4,UVAliro1Psosr..JeanDough Juug was
120-drop _tests a e:, U, _t_2__er a t..... 4th..a. .a'",--s,
uwill.beoaat in the U.S..d16nerscentinoCasbbean Girls 3ate; Mrs. E. L. Slocum, Cristobal, 20cbptar bedroom apartment,mad' sr ea appsitly 1ced Mrs. Harvey *son.eace BishopandM.r.,N
tersow will bS ab British Empire and the hal- cer,'Board Member21..., National Sojourners, Cristobal, room. "D" St. No. 6, Congreio. Ied I we! o-lthat )s p14w"e -a is first time Crittobal As- WOLIIW -.
persns.ho.aEe .......r.aoAout "OT an Mn -0E~. -..tdm-OX zteii EasternStars No. Tlohp2-0313. tits und tera --cmlb s hd the honor of havI tkY Patron of Co Chapter
.are .emloyed, and retet.cli.a-te.to-G.irls.q.aic..19 ibrcFF', tshec.get, Ing a PastW by Advis'ao
J et.ihavncbaen.l cIaoulaeh; Nt madethveres t.tuo'WirvesoClus,20oPasefic u, be-F-oreua Fr w,.u ,.rve as thet Mother Adviser af
ha C le'gh. In the Com "ner- U 1954 Seslola 'n a -''''delegate to the -Girls Statg Alumnae AsoIa. ad om Stenr. Ftgidoire, gas stove..Va -, who"wller a itr theAs u.-
pd.henomenallions and Mr.Hotz, rlipal nd ---...s.n..a
pwh. en lo ng"ss. Weir of th. BanM... '"""" bow Advisory Board for the year M n Sa ruue
.first..fom $171millUion in 194f to $421 isoo.oaeuptwapresent for tfunt of te. mi,,tp +, haNM, :._.'' R
.;aPictures were taken through the costs have .'. Was- fellaVF.Jand Mrs.
; ' reaed2perLceit ... o.., oeS.. ..o.imme. t..t m ul ,o F..h r .+".eo"_ -I Dt --. z'.G' L
was given to sametotatghmer oit .+ l .. .. n5ueto fun ishponorhlupsand wora s
IirenWtbougn p"e a cent), Net profits w tfrom A gr up ofgirls from the LcomtfieUtoUo e 2e5n.m Ces. (FOR RffT:-Furnltshod or ASHP)-.T.TOo No-.(.Mrs. aod Mrs. rles.
Mte. in an-n- *$million In 1948 to $22 fMllonC-ila State dang the "Girls St te' su.... "y oranz 4..+r- t 2,--iq-: '.._,m-tW .-Aat and* '-Chuamers,0Mrs. and Mn. Seertfol M Former t-.caw

24 per ceflta Wastirn- .a e u-uny amso Mm.- ,. ,. an- u. T. Conley,rMrh.Wmw:Ii.. -
41nyurinj ,ld 91wdnffe 'eteaw..' d~l atM-ANfwhar&, MrsT
UI "Y rkad recently y14sold around Ithisyear- and in any ev- LM 'OR RENT: --COMPLETE TO Its tr h hand2Harold Pis
The-t manualJdividend eat decrease othetheabr.obusl. *fF,.u,.
-li"-$'AAoasha .about 40 possiblevi-
per cent and Westingshouse's 2.1 In order wt determine the num.- ....qIe.tr- f es dot.er A -- d- erp aplitret tw b.ot A as the 3.3* mabtn t
per cent. tar of girls that will a-lo mgot liaso'=s- I
h6i 'o s It wcled ataa be .neae "s'"-to bombers. -Ina "-&V11mi0tt 1wbagas ssew-i
"prini. or conoldated Electro- rec thee sponsorship, as sooas Iam' eak mwifl .
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h- h celved the guests. Civ a ea A peal program te i
hunters were on hand a at the Army and Navy Club, aPort a.'.i lich are to be dithl cuss
Nd W CHAITax= o and the foTr a numb of years. urt of the,a "Montl a o" Aet t n' Auxliarof
ribb ew chaiy. thrifJo t shop opera--ted by Unque table decorates C inCrsto.
Club as been commaened at Ab k A nna Fore Base For tBuldingi ndr Mrs. B. A. Darden- and M. l w ta. place tomorrow atpreside
861L S.,l". A. uoolau, vie d' p residents 1,0 i at toe church. There
e l attraeve arrangement Mrs. Parker Hanna entertain ved the ts. d il Mrs. leela program tand
Mbre than 20 eager bargain redeceso-, the Panama Railroadi Each guest was Olven, as a lap .mon*, du to the many businen
hunters were on hand as the (ompany as counsel In New York el de~oration an authentic slm1m.,us s.hih ar to be discussed

were many articlS of furniture, last Saturday at her New Cristo. i mittee. Thos- serving on ct a|ir. Marie Wolf will be hostesses
hopnhold -nd personal goods. bal home nonuring Mrs. Roscoe mitte were Mmes. H. t. Jolhn- forthis meetingg
Thee articlis relt rought to the Keer ol Buffalo New York, who s. J. atson,J B. Smith, C. -
dhop by residents' of the base h visiting here. uusei W. I. Townsaend, W. A.
who wish todiboe'of them. The Webb, R. Wise, A. Beauchamp,' Junta Pemenia de Bene
articles are all a cellent shape bridge Night WColdasu. *Daniels. A. Kg, flacftlda w illmeet tonight at 7:30
when place on sale and have The regular duplicate bridge L Shekell, C. LaClair, R. Jeffers, in the Paciic service enter.
msny months of service remain- games w. l played as usual this AM Monagan H. Paine, U. Tll i. n f t busin scheduled

Cili donateth6r time to the start at 7 p.m ; those at Margari. Dorothy "rickman, program air.o
peraton ofate sho which la, t Service Center at 7:30 p.m. man, wh"- presented mi. anMls eS l peaks Teomrrow
operation from to 11 a. All ca Korsi de Riroll, Professor of At Army-Navy Chl
proft di efro e lef Di ams Return From Interior the Spanish Dance at the Nation. Widespreadainterest s be ing
rf derived ed over ir r. and .Mrs. E. J. Dignam al School of Dance in Panama, who shown l the approaching talk to
thre isEtutionsin thehCit Pave returned to their Atantic gave a most enliteng talk n be given by Mrs. Milton Miles,
hPar m a. Side home after two months in the "History of the Pollera." wife f Rear Admiral Miles, Co
Mrs. ana e va. n oven, M te Interior at Sea Cliff Acres. Mrs. Ripol gave a brief history mandant f the Fifteenth Naval
.f the Vew soPside, a f( dome of the beautiful pllera District. Mrs. Miles wl be the
theu it was notel .i Flower Show Planned jewelry worn by the popular Mar. guest speaker of the Naval Offi-
halb I Weekend Feb 2X7 gareta Lozano. lers W~es'Club at their month.
iave all available articleT01r 1erR era, i ves'Cub at theirmoCnth-
v lplay that aes riies i will b m The Gold Coast Orchid Society Margarita Losano was among i, licheon tomorrow at the Ar.
iplay to accept orders for wante 0 en its annual show of plants the dancers wl, presented sever- tuy-avy Club Ft. Amador.
erchlad to accept. At present th and bossoms on-Saturday, Feb. 26 a of the native dances. hbe wore
erchandee. lAt preen at the Elks Home in Brazus Heights a beautiful red cross sticked pole Mrs. Miles' man and varied
bop can provide comp "v The show will continue 8 p.m.Sun. a. Al guests in costume were ask- experiences as a Na wife will
ag room suites, dining sulteS dap evening and will be open to ed to join In dancing the Tambori. te-.presenteI 4n her subject "Mar.
throme ad plwtic es. baby ur the public without charge, to. Music waB furnished by fou- ry the Navy and See the World."
titure and kitchen wares. A .l.e Fana'manians In montunos.
aniaboe arn a large selection 0 Gatuan Endeavor Group Mrs. David Reed of Bogota, Co. Mrs. R. N Clark is the chair.
enin ows at attractnvr Anounces Charity lombia, a guest of Mrs. F. de V, maon the luncheon committee.
ices. Card Party Thursday Sill, won the original oil painting Assisting her are Mesdames A.
A'l persons having exchange The Endeavor Group of the Ga. donated by Mrs. F. a Johnson. M. Patterson G N. Carroll, A. L.
trivileges are entitled to bring, tun Union Church is holding a Teitel, A. N. Hudson, E. Gittle-
ir.cle to the shp Ias well .W'card party at the Gatus Masonic Charity Card Partp Set Feb. 24 man, ke Purcell, R. E. Fisher, and
make purchases for their ow. Temple on Friday at 7:15 p.m. The' Salboa Woman's Club will Miss .Peggy Patterson.
aue. '- *' ~n. Ticket -ar-. $1, ...and %rdfre a r arnB ta I Resetoatius have been made
t' n es will be served. oi 'y iu. en .yrb. 2th at Win -.-Ie.. o, w t
Dinner At Embapy I There will be a guest prize, and Mepeorial 0 alboa Ad. begia.-
The Ambassador of Ecuador and individual table prizes. ning at pn. l, Ernest n Jwhkson" 30, a twite-
Mrs.' Augo Moncayo were hosts The public ls cordially Invite. 7 married Ne with whom Miss
recently to i gop of friends at to support the card pdrty. There will be attractive door Yarrow had been asocated on
their La Cresta residence. table prizes. an NU social research project.
I Bake Sale Hostesses are Mesdames. F. J. Jackson has been questioned a
Mr. and Mrs. Mraglarn The Mary Bartlett Circle of the Leap. E.. Ett'er, Kay Daniels, hal dozen times the case
Due Here Tomorrow Gamboa Union Church is sponsor. Ivan Jenkinsialph Otten, Earl .as b ought in for further In-
Thomas J.- Maginale, Counsel in ing a bake sale which will be held Schilling. C. Stevens and Dorothy terrogation today.
New York or th Panama Canal t the church Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. Henderson.
will arrive in Cietobal tomorrow Delicious home asked items on The public 'Is cordially Invited.
from New York aboard the S.S. sale will be as follows; home made Tickets may be purchased at the
Cristobal of the Panama Line. He bread cinnamon buns, pies, cakes, door or by calling Mrs. W. C. E s
is accompanied by Mrs. Maginals. roo les, brownies, squares and Merchant, chairman- Balboa 3117 FOR PARt IESI
Magihnis will remain on the doughnuts. or Mrs. G. 0 Parker 2-1412. i
isthmu for two weeks .during Free coffee will be served. Sandwiches cake, a beverage F 0 LDI N G
which tme he will consult with Vill be served- the tickets are ,
Company-Governmept official. Large Crowd Enjoys A
He has been associated with the Carnival Tea m- C He *
Panama Canal Company and Its The Canal Zone College Club Curinda Woman's Card Grou are the mQ1t practical!
Bke a- + + M ee s eet $e me . a-- ,,
The Cunmdu Woman's Club '
Card Groua met on Wednesday
S morning at the. Community Build-
Sing Ia 'urunadu, with Mrs. Edris
PIMPLES and BAD SKIN eS.. e', ens h" .
oe't Yor (tr t a th uh .tiumting Those present were Mesdames: *
S=il ar ua Ml.min-h omh uchM- a .. Contnie p e' Diana Bright,
ermase i, rimples. Rash It m n s Charlotte Kennedy. VIrgeip a Hall.
rlstoael o nthe liota. bad ski Miarla, ocke Ann Crook, Vl ms I
U ,*o Y fee.:s i Jt' y j W Ca ll=Yuusted M a na Dembepsk Bat *
to umpratnied rs. Andadon't lot m Mills.a Marl Sessions Naomi ran-
MasiCansCle ormkm ouft a ndut :' i ,Jo n M Metsn. Orkr i Zet
smooth wIth N I. Mw a reowen sct murl m oe w osr Alice TvurgrSd, Ann Merason. Thel- '
Ulsh Aime eionst. mi Valentine tllian Stillman,
p Wure AU /e1 r Catoline Brown, Bea ,Lombrola,
jixodeLm i a wutife blead, wer. f and Virginia Beey.
sa Grl ,t o1tbu leat *lEFORE AFTER .
set ak powder whe a Ip lan lear your kin---te make you look more oVistin g aeto
me ams thue e Mas'at e m. whaprlebroughtleaer, ht. AmoTg rot gests, at I -, ,
se16, s .. s x.n d ski toquand., m It Mr. N. K. Panamonte In Boquete were Mr.
i u. ee t a oimbil- wlho writes: I sufered from terribht and Mrs. Jorge A. Icaza. Mr. and
Sre got skin burin an,.t d s", barrlrd ar Be mI
tubw the 4 t L It w Is of Tried *reve n. At lals t Mr. W H. Doel, Mr. and ,in. M
ia5lis pforbe often I het tof Nimed.rm t d The James E. Smith, Mr. Luis C. A-
e net fora. U. It Itchg almost liatod a fr the leman Jr., Me and Mrs. C. P. Fot
50 5drS te a ti.athesodday thel s.u. .and Mrs. .A._D.6Olne ,
M1 1101 1am sb heal the skin in red 11 1 scasdMaly ukin Mr. Frank Scott, Mr JT. C. Koric,
ae"e W v lItWr m moutet rdlipead in 10tdas ,Myend Mr MI Erixon sad Mr. Robert E.
t lt m,- a &nmaned b t.-I Improvement n my op l
r Im s peamce. iWingqul "t.
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Puerto Rico Trounces Hot Tempered Rl8 Top Sen yers Refuse
Paiia a To Cop T ; Wins Tucson Open ,
Panama To Cop Title; in Blazing Finish To Accepft S Cl6 Offers "

enezuela Takes 2nd A to d
Tbgolfer with the terrible.'LA AXS 111U t 11 "ANDING. .
SEVENTH CARIBBEAN SERIES temper- To y ot af tO Swu today d _Wn Let Pos paid. ....... ob n
-l d. ohalt 4 mutual of Omaha.....A
The Standings Bol came inh with a 72- ole -. :lUbll*a .halt t e Mtu al of Oma a : ..... 4 t af' a.n'a'th
score of 266 to take to monev Sgrowing nail-lne pace the Sen- Little Mottas ........ 4 Art Barr bu Iowa the
Teams Won Lost Pt. 4B td tor are g up, there will Coca Solo ............. 4 $ third bse _,;. e eter bat.
Teams W LoSTof two-thoushand doaaryls. Hevel be I g of scordIth Dala two rung o. 3
terto Rico .....5 0 1.000 beat Bud Holachbe and Art Wall, mabe m Chiluh c few plrs to greet Coco a olto ...... 4 ted ine e e, or
V-uelo fJunior, by three strokes. mSnager Chuck mPen at Or- coca Cola....p...,.. w 5 inT Bean at t ird. oi Fortun
Venezuela .......3 2 .600 2 Bolt also won the T=on Open o Flra"d the F a., Mard o1.r eled 1 n wae
Panama .........1 4 .200 4 in 1953... the last It was held.[ Seyeri, who arove In 102 runs In the game-played; Saturday flier eu. Bob T o rto.e
Panama......... h strtd he final and t 4 om last season at Margarita, the Mutual of poled a lon doue orng Barr
Cub 1 4 .200 4 round one stroke behind ol while bat .22,ready has Omaha team defeated the Coco and Trotter, Tomlin advaSei
a che r. They stayed that way aft- sent back t contracts unsign- olitoCuba 8 to 4. The Insurance to their. On a seres of wa
YESTERDAY'SRESULTS: er the front nine Suday when e ... men were outhit nine to for. p e, n and Fortune
Puerto Rico 11, Panama 3 a e t. Severs aopf ed the same el ht walks and six Cub errors. Inning.
Puerto Rico 11, Phaama 3 eahtoo 3.e-In re ngma or termm ehtHweyer'theYnmade the mttof scored the last two runs of the
Venezuela 6, Cuba 4 Then Bolt went to work -and course of on m teammates Mutual opened with 4 runs in The remaining innings were
8shota 31 for the bak nine. Mikey Vernoi, Bob Porter- the first on 4 walks, 2 errors and scoreless.
hot a r station field, Mickey MaDer4nott, im 1.hit. In the fourth they came Jim Tomlin had a rfect day
TODAY'S GAMES First: 5:30 breaking his clubs when thingsBu and Eddl Test, who up with 3 runs on 2 walks, a hit at the plate, hittg an
First: Panama (Lawrence) vs Cuba (Munger) go wrong unday, eve thin bene e praetia o b theme o a an err d t. o rs their fin uualt oand e eht n
Second: Venezuela (Monzant) vs P. Rico (Gomez) went right as be t under pressure l Coco So o scored twi err ors t hei one.
plaOed his best under
asR became up to the last three Other clubs in both leagues fourth on three hits and in the" Aa Barley of C6nnldu fanned
CARACAS, Feb. 15 (UP)-The and added an insurance run in holes tied with Holscher and w sin their players fairly fifth, they really threatened. 8 out of the first 10'hatters fi.
seventh Caribbean Series comes the sixth. Wall.rapdlyhowvr. With the bases log ed in this In- inr hin I thei first three ib.
to anend tonight with deadlock- Emilio Cueche the winner,a i.der .ll2 Rea okayed ning and none Out, Mel Fieldsi lings, as Curun wamped Ca-
ed Cuba and Panama battling ave up nine hits. Cuba's Joe Then Bolt birdied the 16th, Kansast ilMu us,4eaving only name on in relief and stopped ribbean Command. Butch Zent
each other for third place in the attend, the loser, Raul Sanchez, missed another birdie on member ,,theAthletics to the Cubs with' only two runs relieved arley court
First game which will begin at and Lino Donoao _ermittAd, he 17th and finished off with be atlSfted While catcher l k scoring.. ent also ntl th
5:30. Venezuela will try to halt eleven safetie among tem. a 40-foot utt for an eale three Shepard, WiO batc. .304 In cring, hig .
Puerto Rico's unbeaten status n on-the 18th. Holscher asnd Wall .a o eeas became the losing pitcher for the Cubs, with Joe Garc a tL e o hit.
the current series -in the secondre: matched par for those three PiittAburgh yer to sil. Algue s relieving him in 'the see- ter, colleing a tri. Carib.
contest. Cuba 010 300 000-4 9 2 holes p Outfielder. Mel Clark aimnd ond Inning. For the Mutual's, Command's Dick aret
George Munger (Cuba) and Venezuela 001 131 00x-6 11 1t t. ian w=algned with the Phil- playing their, first errorless ball charged with the Ies.
be the starting hurlers in the (7) and Triandos. Cueche and a fourth alace ar t e72. Bob Ro -^ l Mller, ormer Ph ly and win, along eight hits, and on-
first game and Ramon Monzant Luis St. Claire. LP -- Hatten. outh pa ro Hoa 7 gut atr Readleg so will tour the ly one walk. PACIaC t -I
(Vn ezuela an d-ue -dec-soe r,- STHun Thinso (n burg and Tony Holguin tied at oaIetA o tTL o
(Venezuela) and Ruben Gomez Home run: Triando (3). 273. Bill Nary and amateur Stani fn club camp in the FNA S
(Puerto Rico) will oppose each iMosel of San Antonio came net ins as a coch or young Thus far, the beigies play- OF
other. t274. uelders. ed have ben very keenly contest-
Cuba. and Panama have only a The tournament favorite Pitcher Leo Kiely agreed --to ed and -we hope the loyal fans Teams w pE t.
one win each,. Venezuela L h .s-V t I0Sp r S 24-year-old Gene Litler had a teams with t.he Red ox d have been well entertained. This Spur Cola 9 I 00
won three and lost two and 20... 0 over par. Littler played rookie shor top Willy Quin a- is. the big week' coming n for oln Life 7 00
uerto Rico as been victoria ou lIeek despite attacks of hayW na, from Sa'ntonio of the the first half leadership. So, i bltar Life 00
fivw straight times lace the se- By UNITED PRESS lever Texas L ague did likewise with you like baseball and children Poroe t 400
ries started last TN,.-Ov. Shorstop Al Dark of the New Baltimore. come out and watch us, we have Elks 141 /
The combined' efforts of left' BOXING York Giants also won a golf Detrolt received gned ot- plenty of both on tap. Seymour Agency t 'i
fielder Roberto Clemente and tourney Sunday. tracts from' rotli p pitchers i
center fielder Willie Mays were Doctors have just about count- Dark beat Cleveland manager F ... Froats ad DuagpoMaas nd Games for this week are: Lincoln Lli 12, Uki141 4,
enough to give Puerto Rico the ed out bantamweight Mario D'. Al Lopez on the 22nd hole to take fielder" d Monday through -Saturday o- co e wa he
championship in the seventh Agata's chance of ever fighting, the annual Baseball Players ED OVERTON 50 and 100 yard free battle Southea.tern High total of 31 Bewl siged, aled to Solito va Mottas, Mutual 's by a 1 ded core of 12 to .
Caribbean Series yesterday. agam but they haven't told Tournament in Miami, Dark par-I School record holder. Member oft.mm ionahp Armed forces d satisfied f r 195. Coco Solo, Police vs Coca Cola, The irs me Up with one
Clemehte's second triple of the tne young Italian lighter yet. I red the short 22nd hole to end team at Fort Clayton and 400 me t'rel. y team of'1954. Life- .The Chicago White Boa as- Coco Solito vs Coco Solo, Coca big inning in the second, when
te and May' sacrifice fly, D'Agata was seriously Injured the match. Lopez drove short of uard at Fort Amador, Army and iNavy Club Beach. Overton signed odtfttelder Joe Szekely to Cola vsa Mottas and Mutual vs they tallied times on only
oughin the decisive run, al- Sunday when sho in the chest the reen and then chipped one of the favorites to win.his specIalties in the Feb. 21 swim Nashville of the Southern As~- Police Pals. four its, The con,.
thoUgh Puerto Rico crossed the during an-argument with a bust- past meeta bo. elation, reducing theitroster-to In Thursdatl nigtt'e Armed trbuted agnes o ,tuits
late seven more times In their ness associate over their laundry 0agup', .n o,. g-es, Fotle Kobeut mateolu Fo tc ion t ussIo
Ito rout of Panama. business. In morning s emi-finals, Dark A gr op of 3 booklyn games, Fort obbe shut out Fo mi tinh. S
Puerto Rico has now won A a and r Bubb Church o f Powels W ms. First. Half VerBeach, o dp
,the i a n clssi... dumb, told his lmanaer in siljlthe Cubs, 6-and-. LOPe eU.' ,o .. .m ,p which, stt S.,. flulh C., .nna jng when oaoe il be
t e language that he would be upin ated the medalist pitcher y er theuu f ohre r

| lGeon welre8 merci- I o" mht e TngeNroGn GW ea n al2un NIai aplwas n0I r irn ,
utimes t-e a tfie for a scheduled title fghls Johnny Gray of .the A'S -, ,..,.J [......-Iptoma lt Aen. was A Ched b t coi
..two Pn..ma..tehers. Hill h o 'Ir-nih y ngIalia , of their m ,inor league wm o r ou-nd trippr when he put ths 3
Serad t~a eu ed to meet taon h t Mon Maciastn t
Sa nd i a, nr a t hte but doctors say D'Agata wonT't. t bed r to spend two weeks at Da it ao

oe and two th am ga Fr a Patty o0 Log A lLral Raser i 9ral *- *
aoneo the Serie^ vaory. 6, Lgo go t e a r, r 2 1 si0r.Vrrsqi, 3 L ba Oute os the!"ns, pa k 3 0 o
31. easnw, rJ,,P,- i h . + *-*-" " ouser admitted he ,sps throughn

w lin. ners. rnna winoorlbwtle Parishi TO... ILukI I tao .d In Detroit, wetr an Hal New- at .oo.t.n Pbito plerjse wl, fdI z ii2

e m ^ro04 000 004-1 1 oni: as oI@&#fammBJI MiamL twmmAsd easy reac.ed Ca ov a g b p 3 3 0 0 0l 24 rrrd wa e riban eare w hig Borton,.3b 1 0 the"tir..i agaga -- "-..... "rFN"L -T LF b' N a 8o "n t4 e 3 l a a s ind tchea' bA .up fove the opportunity .of teem1 iy of s tee '!o 1
'.ded he could .1 n e1o-i oN ia n-
htrd -1muldDaei. Home.T-Ift.bInothe bullpen" asbebdidal lastofla a ch last e ub

ho -far, evry ne Amo o 0 cag hip istehouhuse a ed'i l sof. ee sts Fal CroLn. .. Cl I
S alkea R hitter ..... ... ... texopnttnn thelrpl.hto Bl o. he 4- ear-old on T t0 division champions at the x..pons2 at .
ir. Msinl sd ,aendinof laredonr the -r Te ham on w o addetr P.h ..in.,arm Olympic stadium tonight at n e-x t__, .he t e0
he ....,...l, ,, n oo pn . .l T-OLA A B""l hrn ,ox se-wi9. be nhonlorof 1 ete ,

wim th a riple and scored aTNs nthbe inhoerPes n d 6 Ri I 1 g te A th a e ho e p e cets ;* lae -s
r on Eddie Phillips' single 'ThINNISi 5 .Nav e 2 n 75 Ia eb 17 Ils e % a udi i t

i ueto Roed - 'C.nno e .y, l b 1i .r h-. ot:avl .ooy Atni w ilh th0bue 0de lauardi who wlt w
irto Rico oesewedupthe- Ia-o t .h c f b O0 1 0 Nt et ma the openitg kick. Deay, la- -f 2 d

.N *h a p w ti f American tennis players have t tnas oh it rhe b h ll a n t he Ameican Arain To
-' .. ..... won twochampion a h I s In B S oIem G.LLMAN Melenez,has 3 0 0' 1 1 0i l Guard s generarlmanagerb o

~tr itr fteS rie n e.t w opfa 1 htune hafA *Ie B3ll s 1 0 0 0e touro Soatic n te aU l organization. a
are 10.00W fans who stood up raN D S Re Price, lb'4 007 0 iV caltusinLessman prsentan stt. 1 0. 1
oone after the game. and gavr'tud e Pattyae p tLo An eles'1RSU0heyt 22 1 4 t r Fernano f eta, prominent op O iif
bte chamslonsa one .ofethem enge stb Hu.UghP e t ... in woPasadenoll,10ill, .1v io n.a the cgh o n1. 4 .-
OsldOns of the Series. California, 6-3, 7-5 6-, 3ford Hal f t an ar l fae lt nrn0e 1 pmlaye P Ir lI "t '1 0 *0
The line score: French indoor ttle In Pd ar is.1 Only v.CasaMgE(ande HLfu)R am0e 0;Ithi .s .. ntati 6the. ,.f' 'ab 'ta 1b,

Puerto RMco 304 000 004-11 6 1 oTony Vincent of Miami tri mmed' Ntvybi to. ate t ons Ve g r0porr a o ne w ek h arrive t Cristobal eal ue BlO2
adma 003 000 000- 3 4 1 aeoff Ward of Britain 6-1. 6-1,w' am; Ii .p.u sn p ob oum nXt t Feb. 15(UP)- afternoon and travel to Pani. a
Reason and Chit. Harris, In the final of the Cannes Tour-- Robinette ef 3 0 1 3 0 arh Carolina State, ineligible e after hclearinge n P.r. 3
un: Cti.-(4)... _. P- e,. :Home....na-- I'hByTREVORSIMONS tBleakley, 3b 3 0 0 2 2 !or the NCAA'basketball cham- immedlarly h Dubo- ,, , .
6 tyk (4) and Dabek. Home namn. .a TR'O to 'olota t h . also, "oas Crookoo ea-n e, p 2 1n Io
rh: Chiti (3). LP -- HarrisLittle Felicimo Ampon of the xIpesI\m oher p.....rno M n S mh t Bp tis. n,a_.-van
(0-).Phppines won his own nao With a 1 7- s o13-runbatune courage r h 4 51 of f asruled s t today tse d a oW "A O E '
m-y virtue of their alwwinchamp on hip by upsettin a ven' as ist the tdrda e place Crtobal errors: Robin tte (2),. Mlen- for the Nationaln$t, ? ion Tour-tes N
virtu of theiearschampio shipabygpsettin whenlbm ea in Po n g deso M cG a m ohey. 'h nam ent at M adinoae rs o ar presenting Panam a and Colo n o0 2
ever Cuba last nlo, s IDa d9on of. Sweden,.6-1, 6-4, ih rm cnool r nie, Poe T a.. e t i -
Is was sauved of .sees-,'04la-. Davidson won the Amer- Cahe champions of the first half I I den"&.Buse et Inalreimnrytairmaefttstarting0 at 7.0 -
In the Series. .- lean Indoo ham ionship lat i iofn a play in the Atlan e T-IPOWiL t l own us ne e, arman Box seats willbe sold forn, b '

S Behid 4 t in lqW terbutwillpassupthisi litea. Ho8 .t .f pr Bt rruw p uz"s l eon he, Sn | ne -dission W50scents, --
huln, Venezd oYee durthwree year's Noow York tournament Belldrew hs firststart.ingg .edoea u 5 3 0 saidhisgrouPhas.an.greementi general ad
*~unlng, Veneo u ela trip t thre e ea r's New to urna m nto be 'o e ha aooig ne nt f or Po wl ps to t1team and thid e n i o 1 0 Th thte. NCAA that tWin not children and soccer players,25 1
IiteeoIn tl *chMrto. Ioo-ahead, WhichootfrtnsFridaydnight. m..epfor,'o. 0 Pn -ssanthe e4od1 d a a pi, e
tes ia dt aleft-hander allowedolory, Ol N. 312 1 accept any member college that cen1s.
n n di no s hiotsin coastitng Into anea(ailh .ylb 1 0 0 4 o1s$notin foodrstandsingwiththe.. ,l
victory.1Wambo Lung oft the2 allatil, 2 1 1. N e. l team trimmed Wist-GernaIu
Sifor Luke Palumbo's charges andeHoope, 32 0 6 0 Te Wolfpack, with an In- 4-1, in an exhibition in Germa-s,
,, -,.I 1,easily reachedbythePowelliManning,b 4 3 3 1. 1preave_21-4 record, wasRes- fny..The Amecns are warmingBurton,.b...0
Lung, who-was charged with Rinehart. rf 3 1 1 1 0ah..amaionship because of the ionshipsstarting Feb. 25. Beau *i'f 1' 0
thelosgavep13shitsinn6.ln-'IBSnp 4 1 1.0 1shohOls `recruiting practices... c r uss 2 01
'I" sofplay.,Wayne wall came .. .-- In baseball: The CBrl Wal1 m

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NE ihtseeing- roundW historic Bo-ota tfor us. I beloev we lost only sl I streak. But h P OB.Ue.a Janlor High l Peol g l (a-1" t Cme. and mbr J
Sighteeing around historic Bogota games and turned out many fine Casano -
1 footba playes, among them Ara can eally 1t Pem B.he Navy The junior high ping pong 1N "Hasty Row" Tat 8-1). a .
Transportatiof, airport to city and return IParse an, now the coach at Mi- nine wq!, tiht, ri ir, tournament enters the i -ur
ami. e are now about 75 of attempt at .lad fal week of coimP _...
SAll travel documents arranged m Miami boys coaching high half and preserve- I t h eW O wee Elsewbel in 0 I rtn
school teeam sship th In L6- AN -
AND TICKET TC THE BULLFIGHT (1st Row) A p i boxing: b'a'""I4
SSo thne were many satisfac- are already .e weS played Todphrl say hifteB-Har- C
tions t the big break that spirit of the ;ieek we hawse Johoa.-wsza. M th -
Sunday in the big Santa Maria Bullring, moved me slat' my first college team that has t have served. 'U bout with lbat-hpIavPseht w
Magnificent bulls fought by famed matadors beadmw Ws job. das prit mlack stla .W e e ha d W ...
-i .^ "- ' Cic IIMeamiWtllc. BoeAomb, as prn .i Theg lack p1fllT *sJ em Iii.
Aparicio, Gtr6n, Pedro* & Chicuelo IIIb uate. nt ~ A ,.u sent toel but e
West Potr, t assist Col. plate: -
Earl X31 k Arm KaTY, on1 A mi'e
ayor tnael agezt or Avianc, Pan. 2-2M tea_. Mi. nolce field a
_i9 hled to r asI ing .1
aha of thetUolwvtrty stick-med.
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fgtie Gonna Be. Pooped? Le,

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Captain Arthu Manchest
maintained haw over th
local hndguiI*tunday i
the Balboa OGn 4C01 s FftFlS
range i hb* eo lei a 8 ova
the atlonal Uath Course wit
the .22 t1 take first place In th
club'st first offlaL patch Il c
the 155 offlcets took over.
A score of 28 Isn't high
Manchester but the w w
fierce, and it was impossible i
hold a steady arm against t
Susts. Old timer Clarence Me
lvalne edged back aup with tt
top shooters with a 272 for see
ond place. Perhalm petting ri
of the plstol msnaiers Job ht
ened the load tor h;.
Norby keller, passing 0ou
cigars and sporting a new strIpe
hid trouble with misfires an
reported that he was 'hodk up,
but he stUll mnagd to mak
Third place with 2 Te boys a
had the p urssure n Sunday, be
cause this math was the firs
to count toward the Balboa-.Gumi
Club .22 pistol c-Implomhi
and possily -toward the all a
round, all wepon champion
if the pistol shooters, big al
little bore rifle shooters, and th
trap and skeet shooters can eve
agree to aOree ei a- coring ay
tern that will give everyone i
sporting. chance.
The reved mibthod of scorini
which has.ebin agreed upon wil
be published In these column
later for the edification of al
concerned Dud to the difference
In courses of fire, and the value
of aggregte points for instancU
between ap"d fire .-45 pstol and
prone smalbore rifle, te use o
aggregate points to decide win-
ners' is impractical and would
only handicap shooters in 'cer-
tai categories.
SScores for Sunday's pistol
match follow,
Competitor HDCP 8 T R T
Manchester 91 94 93 278.
Menlvalne 8 8 94 27
Keller 89 89 90 .26
Krapfl I99 86 26
Duke : 77 96M 2
Lucas 77 90 4 85 2
McCarthy 78 87 7 W240
Turner 67 85 81 233
Jaffray 89 U 80 233
Anderson 15 4 77 58 19

SUNDAt.. FAR AN .... ,
The t W th
Balboa i l mal
borerifle sheduleIs set for
Sunday Feb. 1Ig and will be
held at the .lub'a Farta rifle
range. Thl*,/1 not atn. NRA ap-
proved match, but t-idlvidild
scores may be used to count
toward the Club Championship
so shoterhould eater as. some-
times these early matches give a
marksman a head start.
This match will be A four ipoi-
tion individual and tea i match
at fifty yards. Shoot will start
prompt lyat 9 a.m. Entry fee Is
one dollar per shooter payable
at the range on reterin
This is an any ht watch.
Ten hots each wlbe fted
prone, NRA standing, 0ttin4
And kneeng. The manard
wilbe ud.

64W titol--postiotn course at the 'IHm get tired? Listen, does
smeo e. This battered Nai ra ails get tired?" m
r won T Baylboa Gun Club in publiity Willie Mays broke o .
e 195. It was not conteted ia when his scuffle with team
at 19 1. Ruben Gomez In Puerto Rico was
Swill be four four pictures, as the best fight of the
or, am" to count. The defdlat r t au'
29 be too strong, most of e bo- baseball experts with nothing
g ers not having been on therbetter to talk about began to
SMind lep all year. The, lbo about the .wondreus
Junior or the Cristobal Juiors, outdelderr. Their r-m
r, both of whom are getting I action as practically unanimous:
La plenty of po ltson ootin prie. Willie was tired f playg
to paratory to the Junior m. too much baseball.
le plonshlpsin April, will probably r
-stand the bt chance of win DUROCHER, WILLIE'S big-
esing. e. rest fan, guffawed at this. He
i goeasoned-quite correctly, too.
ji The military team, shooting that a kid of 23 just can't get phys..
t plenty of standing wll h the bi icully tired doing anything.
"rifle should also afind this match So Willie ot back In arsess,[ m
easy. It is hoped that the ne*ly this tin* in the Caribbean World
t form. l Ft..Zobbe aggregation Series at Caracas, Venezuela.
.will be ready to enter fst ten, Money was involved here, and
and the Marine Barracks Marks* Willie could be expected to give
men should also be ready All his most for his Santurce team-
e military aggreai on are wel- and the dollar.
' ucome to' take part in this tour- r d as Tth
i.1 ney. In addition to the trophy,
Itif four team or more take part,
n. thmer will be team medhs in ad-
a already on order. The Balboa TsROKE WINNERS OF 1954- Ida'raa JudyCrosby and Care Martinez were first,
Gun Club has gone all out to s na a third In the women's st ba c event held las year at the Ga pool. Tro-
[pdntS 14R wmn wvd. lasv ye even the-l r'moap en.T
provide shooters with a com- phlep forthls year's event were donated by _Women's .Auxiliary of the American Legion,
P1et," scheduleof matches for which will be part of the program at the d annual swim meet to be held on Feb. 21 at 7.00
1055, amd the club, officials em- ,, GaimboA under the sponsorship of 'tW Gamboa CivIc Council.
.[ phatlcally urge shooters to take

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=3 ESTANDINGS o Nleder's shot-putting has been a
I W ..... big thing at Kansas. The raw-ben
The g day is coming up Sun- I Results of last week's matches in a h a a a
TCh Punit al m be ready has a heave of,
d n 4 ay, 2, at the Gamboa Golf are: 54 eet 6 inche t,- o i ,
SR hmon d, 4 0&d1 0 onty Club;,the best golf- I namp. Flight --roodm9an e- Wel leovr 's hesonfr o i.creoit-
R rwell-ovr te conference record.
i R d era on the Isthmus ill gather heated Mills. Mitten won by de- Nieders indoor workout are a
Red Box 2 .600 for the finals of the Smoot and fault. tstof imigskll ooHe rac
*India ", I' b. y aredes Invitational Golf '1our.- I 1st Flight upper defeated t otic aundrhe too. Heig praec-
Little Ield 1 3 2 00 nament. pIyahone. Smith defeated Sewell.ka. trit un Stdeu Wt at wingiM Io
...orial ,ozdium. With taswhbis shot
Senators 0 4 000 These follows have struggled 2nd Flight Graham defeat- must thread between concr t
SKans C made t four through four rounds already,d Heidenrech. toval defeated beams 14 feet above the ground.
I ntai -iy t ah e aie r we and none have any intentions of Johns. He has no trouble getting it o-
sitraight in their drive' when giving up in this last and final l 3rd Flight--Taylor defeatedel the oi rou lein i t a-
they were upset by Little Field rou So look for some real Pearson. Hunsicker de fe ated i the 16-pound ball goes too high
meGord suffered his i Dick G dman and Dr. Herb 4th Fight-Swart won by de- rockets o second.
defeat while reliever' Rupert Mitten will undoubtedly put up fault. Miller defeated Jacks.
I Sellam got credit for the win. quite.a battle for the champion- 5th Fligt-Moran vs Mat- Cup. Get your name on it three
Paraiso school will hold a field th have turned in many thews -(no result). Herron de- times and It's yours.
day on Feb. 10. A variety' of sub-par rounds on the Gamboa feated Cooper. And last but not least-spot
ames-n dtra competil wiu l course, and it's even money who 6th Flight Epperson defeat- rizes, consisting of $100.00 Let-
on the pro will wind up the victor. ed Spencer. Judson defeated ters of Credit will be presented
Baker. to Copeland, Lewter, P. Johnson
TVn STANDING The Ray Euper-Jack Smith 7th Flight Maiorano defeat- and Mitten.
Match, in the First Flight, will ed Fisher. Cherry defeated Fears. Those Chevrolets, Buicks and
ttleo k cL 1 -b act be one to watch. Neither of these A beautiful piece of Silver will Oldsmobiles are selling so fast,
Little Roc 2 E 67 two is bothered by pressure, be presented to the winner asd you lucky four may have to wal
SDallas 2u.g I .i7c P A baThere will be 8 matches start- the runner up in each flight. awhile fore you ca use our
2L. keI .5 L .. W e a ing at 8:00 a.m., you can watch MaJ. Shine, the medalist, will beh]ptter. y .ckueo.
Jersey 'City 1 3 them all .covet .8 oles and you present with a nice silver dish. The 1
Ade* Nin e f 1 .000 On Mrch. a, the Gijhts opexn d.t even hag .to leav t The champion, in addition, closed t alt except lets
L.aUe View defeated Adella training at Phoenix, but Durbenet Clubhouse. Thd background is will have his name engraved on until the last match has cleared
Mine 4-4. says Willie will be allowed to ret one of the most beautiful views that kiant moot and Paredes the Tenth Tee.
orti five or -six days later. ThIe ain all Central America. Why, it's
NEXT GAMES New York opinion Is that it is all almost a pleasure to lose on this
the rest the guy needs. They look Gamboa Golf Courbe. Almost,
14-Richmond va. Kansas City for him to have an even more that is..
Little Field vs. SeBator, astounding -yer than he had in The schedule of events for
1954. Sunday, Feb. 20 is as follows:
(GIkRL Paper-wise, the whole thin g 8:00 a.m.-Malorano vs E. M.
seems fine. It Is a lot better,' to Cherry-Tee off.
14-Adella Nine vs. Dallas have a precious piece of talent such a 8:10 a.m.-Epperson vs Jud-
17--Jersey' va. Adlla Nine as Maya on a ball field than hang.- son.
i18--Adella Nine vs. Adella Nine Ing around. New York City for rive 8:20 a.mi.-Herron vs Winner
months. of the Moran-Matthews match.
THE NOTION HERE HOWE0. 8:30 A.m.-Swartz vs Miller.
LR,.Is that everybody is missing 8:40 a.m.-Taylor vs Hufsicker wit
,a polt whic might be a disaster 8:50 a.m.-Graham vs Stovall
k ius item for the World Champions. 9:00 a.m.-Euper vs Smith.
Willis Mayas you see, was no or. 9:10 a.m.-Goodman vs Mitten.
dinary guy last season. He played 1:00 D.m.-Presenta tio n of
Baseball with a joy. Every day was prizes by Mr. R.- Paredes of
a new chance to have .fun- have S moot and Paredes.
Sit by defyming physical limitations 1.30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.-
By DR. PHOG ALLEN and grab that "unplayable" fly, Cocktail Party for all.
K "ass Cbach or tsee that bxtra base when it
Wrte for NSA Service was impossible, it easy. Sprig training is, a busi-
Question: Does the profession- because his enthusiasm for base- antee fans a good look at Willie thatu
24-second rule. .so under ball added steps to his speed. Mays. They're going to have'to
a or24-sen colleges, have any To Willie Mays, there was no use Willie gin every game.
de on of what &"#shot" con- reason for anytnlng-except base- With this, Willie might lose that
data of? Aor~se Gilbert h ball. It was the kind o enthusiasm youthful fire and begin to takeneed toWin one
Ammar: T Ys. A s iAtIn this which a raw rookie brings with things a little coldly. Nothing you
breast of bil, m saeialy hit h.m to the majors-and then re-. could put your finger on, perhaps,
the o se the dock back to ace ith a cold, business outlookbut that sure sine over the in-.three int
24 seeemdsw The pres 4ont count later on. And it was Willie Mays Ifield-the kind W e cut off time
-b6kbear* at all. enthusiasm, more than his arm or and against last season-may ac-
Q. 1How doeSa official count his sped or his hitting, which won tally be a base it.
for three-second vilatino and the pnaH for the Giants. "
also for the 10-second rulings .BUT HOW WILL IT SEEM to The WONDERFUL IMPULSE to
A. AUll efthem eeust to them-a ed star now-and he has been pla*y and grab that extra base may be
selves wua the eld '1-1 thoasnd ing baseball day in and day out, missing, too.
sid e. I since last arch except for a He won't be lazy-nor will he be
thlp year, have ofticals taken Every place he goes, they want of that wonderful fire of his- a I
]ay new _lat on any one to see Willie run. It's that way in roaring affahe never seen on a
phase? Dick RItchie. Puerto Rico and in Caracas. And baseball field before--being dou. .
A, Te ,thwe appeal. t be, in-it willihe that way at Phoenix, ed by-repetition. ,
mazy parts .f the masle, .a lam-I when the exhibition season begins in short, Wille may just get th.
eli atlea to give the ..fense foul or flv0 days after Will.e an- ed of putting on a baseball suit.
n ef ab bei lathe bleeklgn rives. If this happens, you can't give
ems margin sails. The Giats can't let Willie take the Giants a change.

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THIRTIETH TEAB PANAMA, R. P.. TUII YAT. p BRi7AkT 15, 1955 AViCgNTepki number of a tbun ed .teal .
_-.ed to oPma b bf t had n e tha o luem i ei ag, sum
~ l l Ttatlon of houi.old effets of ce ,Ti .f bl
Panama canal Co. mnd Canal tur n a n eata^^ eheg 5?
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Wind, Clouds Postone A-Test.
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O VEn Nevada Proving Grounds the office l
II n adu a lIU IdConstructioni
Balboa Heights. mo1thy-mongth, for the
LAS VEGAS, Nev., Feb. 15 -f The military services and Atom. cf demonstrating its willingness to But Western and Russian-bloe two yeSu 9r the Inloming an
(UP)-The Atomic: Energy Comr- c Energy Commission have an- get O with atomic cooperation." nations have not yet been able to The specifications provide that outgoing nttiv for use in esU.
mission today) postponed for at nounoed that some 9,000 troops will action to the .ubcom. get together on details of the .- the contractor han thl e pack- ma the volume of work bL.
least 24 hours" a scheduled A.- participate in this, the fifth series almee's words, the Atomic Ener- gency'm set-up and operations. Ing and crating for employes n volve. .
bomb test because of shifting winds of tests scheduled for the Nevada gy Commlssion announced it has The subcommittee, headed by bonh sides of the Isthmus as well -
and heavy cloud formations. proving ground. Here, 31 atomic agreed to sell 10 tons of heavy Sen. John W. Bricker (R 0.) as tha transportation, unpacking
The weather hazards developed explosions have been triggered water to Ildia for use In a nu- saod it learned Iln ldia that Rns. and uncrating for new employees l l Miltl
a scant four hours before the first since the winter of 1951. clear research reactor to be built ala's loudly-advertsled offers to whose household effects are
test blast was to be set off from Only military, AEC and Publit near Bombay, help Asian nations develop peace- shipped to the Isthmus.
a 500-foot steel tower. Realtn Service personnel plus Heavy water, a source of deu- time useO of atomic energy were .
UHIRLEY RANSOM climbs to the diving board. during a re- A spokesman said the postpone. four members of the joint Congres- term for H-bombs, is'also one of hollow promises. Bes for the contrator to - .
hearsal of the Balboa High School "Aqua Show," which will be meant was advisable because the' sional Atomic Energy Commission the most efficient materials for "We were given well-founded work will be provided by the Ca- | ,Il-
held at Fort Kobbe Pool Friday, Fort Clayton Feb. 25, Fonr winds that developed might car. will be permitted to enter the prov- moderating atomic reactions un. testimony on the complete unwill. nal at Mount Hope and In Bal- LEIE IJ' USMhS
Oulick March 11 and Fort Davis April. All performances will ry a radioactive atomic cloud ing grounds for the first blast. der controlled conditions in a reac-. ngnss of the Soviet Unido to boa. Also, the Canal Co. will i lEl, V
start at 8 p.m. The "Aqua Show" is directed by Mrs. Mildred over the small mining and ranch. Restrictions will be relaxed In tor. bring any real benefits and con- provide certain salvage material
Trimberger, BHS swimming instructor, and former performer Ing communities of Ploche and mid-April, when the effect of atom- Helping India meet its need for tribute anp real scientific and en- suitable for use in packing and (Ui n Feb. 15
with Billy Rose's Aquacades. She is assisted by Miss Dolores Callente, Nev., some 120 miles it violence- on a typical resident heavy water was one of the sped. gmeering knowledge to the end crating operations. This will in- '.tommu-
SPeters. BHS physical education instructor. northeast of the test site. tial community will Dbe ststed. CU fc proposals made by the five. that the people of India may en- elude toOk now on hand and "P de
--------------------- During planning for the first vii defense, officials, local govern- member atomic subcommittee. joy the benefits of atomic energy," other salvage material to be col- and e___!?b RU-
blast of the 1953 series the joint ment leaders and newsmen then It also recommended prompt it said. m ---- L of
S. l zes office of test information direct-. ill be allowed to view the detona- U.S. actions to aid peacetime de. It reported that the response . i
M a l yor f Ml m i A polog zes ing the experiment had made it tion from comparatively close 1 elo ent of atomic energy inAus- "everywhere to the announced in- l D niH di ve
clear the test would not be made range. tra ia, New Zealand. The Phillppl. tenon of the U.S. to aid foreign Aln uelle Hii ghteru
on schedule if the weather was not Several typical residences have nes, Formosa Thailand. Palds- atomic development is "far more
F r E.. .xpu si .on N, Negroes* favorable. been constructed on the prov in 9 tan, Iran, Turkey,. Greece, a nd overwhelming than we had hereto- I l.in I Police sai of fiv to
i o0r CXpI UISIMI. I \ 1 IVU = Weather precautions were em. ground for the April e max 01 Spain. These, with India, were the fore appreciated." Slay. t i eleue, sevei St, Reds.
phasized because of rigid safety the series, code-named "Operationcountries t visited. "The group sugested creation .. rt o -ed .le l Bul
-- o- standards set up by officials con.ieaPoo. of small teams of U.S. experts who lngu|nlalg O0llranla --
MIAMI, Feb. 15 (Up) Miami sidering whether he should file ducting the tests. They were warn- e.i ... e.ne. The subcommittee urged the could go, on request, to other na.- ll rstff Mi O i ulPOl rIS
MIAMI, Feb. 15 Utzp -gized personal criminal charges against ed that no possible harm could They will be under the bomb state Department to negotiate di. Utons and evaluate possible applies- umped off.ut- foj mid h
i i.or A ta. y .-' ec auP e a urhtiand other, ew ho he come ,o resadents of the ,area near when it goes off, long withe tss ,ect bilateral agreements with tions of atomic energy which are Annual rites of refurbishing and o
,I upe camn cal.. ledroughed him when he the Yucca Flat proving ground arrays of utility l folatlaU_, these countries and as many oth. "Inadequately understood by Unit- the national costume are in full of the RI e" r
a o kif e o Repu- ncola n protested the hotel owner's acocated some 75 miles northeast of canned food. automobiles, shea- er friendly nations as possible to ed States representatives abroad." swing this week-for humanii. A o ntS ch e
i ere. lions. Las Vegas. ten, electric equipment and 11 start the ball rollin on exchange Carval starts Saturday. F l
fus t allow thee Negroes to at-one" about the segregation be completed weapons- explode he Atom nery Commission lays which may be encountered i instritty for peaceful purposes are laundering polleras and the so officials sai
d the function ath i hotel Sat- squable which prompted the m ed during the next two months for te 1955 series s stepped up the establishment of "an internal The coutr rch thorium, montuno for the annual turns The ha er denied
S nig disgraceful." your's apology ann critical r e a c are expected to be the warheads it educational program an the tional ag ency." a heavy metal which can be of the tamborito. Ael etu.. was hospitalized i
ii s desecration tion from other Miami hotel own of missiles, Includig a nuclear e, hoping to convince pope The nited Nations has voted to change In a reactor to uranium- lcal coditl wt sh
Rt occas bamnonclsnad a olen r Iid t en anti-aircraft rocket. at they will not be harmed by set up a special international a- 233, a fissionable material usable Visitors will lay it formal. wound, he sa, ce
Ar oit aamaor ,wish eGarrison led a noisy walkout of e t sh, the sock wave tilte agency to further cooperation in eithr for weapons or power. At leat thaa thd word sent and auorites a,
oi"s ayrIwish Garriso..n-ed-anoisyv.wlradioactive d ,iLout. peacetime atomic development, in AEC chairman Lewis L. Strauss down from the Pacific Coast A ll .sai

o e o he moy We're not oing to let thi awa from the rv ll ban Niht w T O
ci tho t he egroe tem. mat ter stand," Grrion said to I prvious tests, many *sdtvle- p s I tockandteb to
S ha n hese a rtnt tot a t elauntn wi o mG rrst o n e ops rig to g stations has ben establish- Mr. Eisenhower made in a speech t kdy water ko India "is only first u eeed eie a

a a i ivn rights question I ths k ee s b i W Enabling Hotels To Run Casinos bs
e do mosutiy G OiPis.n s.ai he insden, eou g s o ss ro ed% o supplement mobile team f befor the UN. General Assembly important ste in broader co r- A en
~oe ared to ell a are studin lust what we can do h v acted as pacfer tansla experts who will check pre-ist on Dec. 19the white shrfront, d a darksw rl3. ation In this aneld."

Se damages. days to determine what teps s o thn e past that there will be nt's granng of any more aw immediately an territory wsspoce

tCap er added he also was con shod be taken. Garrisonack. the a stomi th e clou ind as at Is mb licses the The idents who aed f o drto he
l d. 1 i "We're not going tor let th e n. Meanwhile a eteHouse b up amblg establishment on ana now being built. This luxury becau ly In te ta
es a t hP Neeh U mi danop E. L. Petersoh. w wado mus t lanad Zone cap og syndicaprevious teots, many 'dptoe cov- Moth stalked b ac k Into e
aa kesman for the Negroes, sat wen re.wurned sae,,y to hi s par- broad-scale dharint of peaemefm atin, in Cuba showed keen inter. The helen .. ... to be tion immediatly.
San ler." P.determison sad he uis wll,ng to Today's toddler, who was pick- nonto to .eto M .t to.s" men had tUttle comment gsambung casinos before gvy the ry rds wi th ch ignityro, fand It
r n Fnm rI s t any decision the y up y eman maid who ar wll be 500 feet hghncy In the case or the swank hotel matter and serious consnterasoen l believed there are more
"Thi emers a civil rights questioned the cild almost was run member all-Republican aconal and the newly modern- Legaied ambling present wandering around ts region.
Dave Douglas, a Negro insur-:over, appeared teary-eyed before ub,,o e o. -- e Conore.-,-in ,ed Sevilla Biltmore officials confined to Havana's night 'ubs. On the Zone, it was rcalted byv
PARIS F ountyeb. 1 ( OPP) ee- a!," hne agddent and GOP leader, said law enforcers who day ri to nda row Atomic Energy Committee said ere reused comment un theyand the Jockey Club. However the old-ter tht about ten years
commire tter-designate Chred to call "the eventinust which took place were out towhom ac she belongs pacifier tra bearing houi d be accomplish heard from thewr hhitee offices Hotel Varadero n neighorng ago one solitary penguin was
forg head Inm at- the c on rather than the A eghbor came In later ed throu direct bilatral agree. The overnmenA owned hotel Na- Matanza province has operated a e uf -tteh wnlkst near the Balboa
t, to rm France's 21st, In Mia .. Identity the litt oleb- ,a leaded by the Kirkeby casino from Ume to time since It a Office. A check made at
cyt Movernment by winning "We limt voluntarily when w a dirl, who It turned out, had been sienta w s "emty s ndla"s coun- corporation with headquarters in opened tin h. e mthe time revealed that the .Air. h
S first cautoummends auportn androm raf some 230that e Negd wroes attend d wanderin the care o u an older sis- n"re" as i ,rec on siar ct. New York. The SevillaBisltmore i Porce satcon at Galapagos had i
v we ful Catholmas. days" to determeeing the dinnerat ter while the mother went out. o Rerningoh Eftvetweew vib mare nt' sof al Rean opposition to the goen l an dedbhn pen-o te wu.e sh
Caper added he also wasn con should be taken. Garrison said the be traffic hazards at the time t nt pst re itae Sndicate. granting of new o nTambling licensesquain t wh irhswere placed on he

in the footsteps of ta saughton de"lended his a th e..u Aw e afu ~eas scheduled shots f condi- gambling licenses under the appeared to have little chance of Island oft Rio Hato. _h.ol1i
fPlerre Mende-France. p ointing out that e I'm a Repuo V iY d tO nOr muho-. -h i d oad erino oy containing the brief test of the success unless the government can Because of the climate,e or s
S 50'-year-old Pineau .ue- cabn .myself.'" P on p etanmaztoii nlaw decreeing that hotels whose be persuaded to make the reula. other Inconveniences, the oic-
Swould be France' lrt "There are city ordinance Yesterday a lost boy who was lt e s country original cost was more than a now being bu stiff that it would no be er there related, tey dd n,ot
la<4 government In nine against mifed gather. and I wl lZ ChOOlS be ..t. l ....l.teloun. 000,000 could operate casino s, conomically feasible for the he. remain there. NHtv^ in the *n-
Sora. h Bishop t. L. Ps t e r auon come trwa mm holasle ,ere understood to have been tells to operate casinos, t-rior reported findinot a Ifew
Pineau conferred lengthily this '1 had ar rigt to see tht the law riml ohmlei r concrete and rm ae-to the Chraao and New York I In the i connection ga m bln g and the Balboa residents were .
nt"sbwith rRo_ Leconurt is enforced. g slIdII "MW s dIoS r ehha i o headquarters of the two hotels. sources said that the government surprised when one was seen Iny
PP n for the Negroes --said was returned safel to his They are expected to re ve ex-would deman a 5,0The gambling syndicates per ed by the winterof e an Area.
St o people it is inful to duscu that." atomi c know-ow and ma terialve let today study befawore th ho- lene fee lus a 3,000 ormationonthl
eIt." Peterson he s willing to Today'sonnoddler, first superintendent waiting for the Unitel managements commtwever, the ho yment an annual donon The penguins spotted off Puer-
Sof Pea's program, of Canal Zone Schools, has been A spokesman for the plush Hoof 20 per cent of the tak to.the toArmueds ies sothme viciniy, may have
.presaon Is thaat any ds noecision the p a received by his son, R. P. O'Con- w ans ien lm tel Comodoro whose mult-millo a Havana city government fund for come here because of the cool. -
hgGals' l. ..m kerl. a P t nor, Dock Foreman in Balboa, uaire owner Jose Lopes Serrano development of the tourist trade, weather In this region now. dIn thisucni
Dave Douglas, a Negr e t occuappearedin I teary-eed befor- i ul- e is

-- o .f I. a le.ft:o- NSW YOP.K, Feb. 15 "(U)--A .orgnisatfon. He would have la_ o nJo Astor, III, o. TOeZ1t b
I e Social-, suspect igent and GOP lead robbery e, said len 98 yers who trid to find subcomm cc Ju e rinbe todeath h officials confined to Havana's night cubs
reSobtl e this "e found hot to detl in his birthday Feb 2 He hd beenl to c ng se nt hr ri nnd the Jockey Club. However theold-timers that about ten ye
l rg4 be l at- the excptar in lron rather tha oon cothe rule- I A neighbor came In later rs. o the sharing should be accomplish- heard fro crare ro oc
Fraes 21st in fcMi ry early day.identify the little browne d through direct bilateral nct C. on e l t government owned hotel Nr- Matanza province has operated a spotted walking near the Balb r

pa.geently wb s ya" style raven been barely established wChenblOfblin fyic.to .cschkedulae d e at, .
erfulCavctim, thole reve in there dinner tMr while the mother went mpoyea .for trial e on a five-week vismonit New York. The Sevilla-BltmoreIsO
=in the mof nth d superintendent in .December 1905 IdEast, thsdlre subcommiuntee said tate SynA icate granting of new gambling licenses nis, which were placed on t
e o There wepag no pparen con- At t te only few old ude, wuch o the g poned will that Amrin- Co o the official gazette appeared to have little chance of Island off Rio Hato.
o I ernenection between a the slayins, bull i bult durg the rench wi ll be lost unless this country original costut- was more than $1, tions so stiff that It would nober there related. they did
,, oO- the -botel," saiod Claughton o d comes forward immediately with 0.L000 could operateCA31n0a-economically feasible for the hor remain there. Nptlvpq i the 'lw
V100'oecocetonefra"l aysere understood to have been tels to operate snostelo n new for ex :r reported.. finding a fe

emu confrl eiof t taxi ad rver wh ose boty was ela moely one-room effaira. nuform a l,,wa p.y. 4s4, p.m.
SIfo d n on osent to the Chicago and Nlaw York In this connection gm b 'and the Bao residents w
Newewich illge erSup seofin tende nth D id a headquarters of the two hotels, sources said that the vernmentsurprised when one was seen
o asked w atshe ngm h eK u ade dC. O'Connor, first superintendent i i tel managements commLt. payment and an annualdonaton 'MePed
o a us r o ne h ha been of 20 per cent of the tak to the to Armuelles some say may he
-oIs tat isMt isenI eH b l e t Cavana city government fund farcome here because of the c

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