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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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"Let te peo ple Ikno the truth and the country i sale" Abraham Linco



COLOR L GZREETING Britain's Princess Margaret arrives
at St. e-mGrenada, and is greeted by colorful uniformed
clals of the old West Indian Regime.

anglers I *Margaret*


Ferry Trip

Headed For
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A historic debate on whether Bar Association- (Coleglo de Abo-
Impeached President Jose 'Ra- gados) a preal d e n t who is
mon Guisado should be tried by charged with a common crime
the N a,t I o n a l Assembly on is subject to the same legal proc-
charges of complicity In the as- ess as the rest of the people,
sassination of his predecessor, so that his trails should be con-
President Jose Antonio Remon,1 ducted by the normal courts of
is scheduled to begin this after- justice.
noon shortly after 4 o'clock. The association cites the con-
Gulzado,. who has' been im- stitutlon of the republic as pioof
plicated by confessed slayer Ru- that" the National Assembly is
ben 0. Miro, has been notified only empowered to try a Pres-
that he and his defense counsel Ldent for crimes against the
may appear at this afternoon's constitution.
session at which the resolution
to bring him to trial before the It pointed out that the As-
Assembly will be discussed. sembly cannot pass juagemont on
However, up to noon today cases where crimes of a differ-
Gulsado had not sig ifled his ent nature have beep committed,
intention to attend the season "since this faculty implies the
and spea in his own behalf handing down of sentences, and
if he so dires. this can only be done in the
It is believed" that Oulsado's cases expressly stipulated in theI
defense counsel may be allowed cosMttutton."
to intervene In the debate in the -
former President's behalf, bu .
some Assemblymen are said to._
be.of the opinion that the de- vl r lA
lowed to slak for their diet l
If the Asse*bly decides to bring
him to trial. ;1 k-|
Attorneys Dr. Felpe Juan Fa- |r' .A
cobar and Gu~llermo Mirqus | n
rltceno have been retained for
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AFTEB HARlBOR COLLISION A tugboat assists the British
freighter Ciy of Bristol Into New York harbor after the vessel
collided with the American President Lines ship President Hard-
ing. The accident occurred in rain and fog. The Harding
continued on to Norfolk.



Nevada A-Tests

Le a.a
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Priest Persuaes

Them To AbandolI

'Fight To Death'

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BERNE, Feb 16 (UP) Three desperate ant-Ro I
who seized the Romanian legation building and held isJ
for more than 40 hours surrendered today to the plegs of I
a priest.
They surrendered without the "fight to the death"
they had promised earlier. I
They had defied 100 Swiss troops and police for n
ly two days in a desperate bid to force Communi
mania to release five anti-Communist political pri-onea
held in Red jails.
Their surrender came only 30 minutes before a deoo-
line set by the Swiss government for the end of their de.
fiant stand.
Otherwise, they were warned, troops and .p.R
would attack the yellow sandstone legation. Two anti-tq*
guns stood nearby to back up the warning.
The three, men who had protection against liMlti. TI
.worn an oath to di or win re- cut off the legauon's aa
leas for their antL-Red compa- er a"d trano a Ua
t eo priest. bea 0l o ur Aq
W -Un"tG; 444 tv M*.wintmt~

r a e a -. o -
for I rfl_ upnaduaed t ebe
yacht Britannia. e 24-year-old the Na la L s t la toe l toe r tihe Yucca fat
saltet of Queen Elitabeth ia mairk t1h_ tit *t aon I testl*u gread yesterday morn. The Civil Defense organization to participate in any
ing a onth-long goodwill tour of basis llt th z co wa tposaed becqus of the Panama Canal Company aster in the. Canal Z
the BUtish Caribbean possessions. request Gnlado's Indet of asltable weather conditions and, Canal Zone Government Members of the ,
Perfect weather during her two mu ent. asl- the delay waste xteaded when will be given its first test Feb. given a briefln on
day visit to Antigua gave Marga O.ulado, who as First Vice the weather did not Imp r o v e 25, when it participates in a Civil Defense plans f
ret the opportunity to swim at President was sworn into the of- yesterday, staff and communications exer- nal Zone and the co
its famed beaches. Yesterday, the flee of President of Jan. 3, fol- else labelled "Operation Inter- exercises at a meeting
princess wore a silver-grey one- lowing the racetrack assassina-| The AEC said it would hold a im." lier this week In the (
piece swimsuit for her dip at John lion of Col. Aemon, is the first weatherevaluation meeting toda. ...Building, which will
son's Point. Panamanian President to face U weather conditions appear .a The exercise will be a part of the main control cen
'During the picnic under the palm indictment for complicity in vorable the atomic test device will a one covering the seven South- exercise.
trees fringing the beach, Margaret murder. be fired tomorrow morning. eastern States as well as Puerto Following the two-]
drai mnilk from a coconut for In the opinion of the Panamal Officials said prospects for a Rico and the Virgin Islands. the technical staff, tl
the fst time.' shot tomorrow were unfavorable These states and territories, to- vil Defense organizat
opened the-new Princpeess Margaret fa l They were determined to take comprise Region II of the Fed- -rfive hours.
school in St. Johp's. l T every precaution to prevent a eral Civil Defense Administra- This will be strictly
She also visited the historic Nel- tonic fallout from causlg dam. tion. nication-type exercil
son dockyards on English harbor age to | m s|g and farming be limited toforward
once served. creased whenever there s ve ll be istcal and theoretical iests for assistance
___________ l a it windwl, owing. throughout Re on III, and here ia nature.
B I r 42 VJ Messels The Ato.ic Energy Commission the exercise wll Involve only thr ..
l reported in Washin gtothat the technical taff of e main con- T exercise will b
SHll Chal Wur There were 868 transits by fallout" from a gla t H-bomb ex- trol center. y self-contlned an
L.... A ocean going commercial ships plosion could spread death-dealing The Zone exercise is being participation Is plan
throu h the Canal in January, radioactive dust over an area planned by Wilam Dolan, Acqprding to a
Peigh than during the pre- most the size of New Jersey. of Cvl Defense, under the nouncement of the I
i. ceding month of December Under "the worst possible con- direction of Henry L. Donovan. exercise it was annou
S1954,but 42 more thoa during dls," the said, the omp a vernment Civil De-eadquarters in mI
'il w . .. VJanuary 1954, according to St,- diaUon would "erimly itrea fense director. Georgia, that some c
NEW YO ~K, b. 1 .(UP) -tists on Canal traffic for the ten" the lives of nearly ever The dlmulated atomic attackinvite limited public
ApUthoities -hin .: today tha month of January. one i. a 2.-mile-wide bet ais scheduled to take place at 10 tlon.
h y ad obaied a thin, Gvoernment vessels in transit stretching miles downwind o'clock in the morning and fur
ervous chauffeur, admit- totaled 31, making a total of from the l. .. the next two hours the techni-
id he once pla nn to'. kidnap transit by ocean going ves- Evenasfararl90 milesdistant, cal staff will be "busy plotting lT ee Fi11er1
SRubinstein, ormaton sels dur ing the month. T w it might kill five to ent the extent of damages, deter-
Swould lead 'thb the only two leaw than the month ot ,of any person who av mining the number of ea&ual- f. m n s
person oorPeobs who klled the December when there were 701 remained exposed out doors ties, and mapping plans forll ll
millionaire draftodger 1p days ocean-goinr iWps, but 2 more during the e -hour danger period handling the multitude of de- ...
ago.. -_ than in January, 154 after the blast, it aid. tails which would be required ind I
Herman ohol50, a ai- i ( u- Tolls and tolls credit reported ..Thee estimates, tesribed as such a disaster. l In R
tive for-hire car drive at wed- in Janu totaled ,$,935,666 of extreme," were contain thei The simulated attack would be
dinnland funerals, W hic ,740 was in tolls cred-rst officialreport ..t hadio by an atom bomb, smallin com- There's nothing lik
h afor1d ited for 31 U.S. Government active menace a rd heat ef Darison with potential weapons, business In the famj
who said he dpS. This was only slightly low- maiden oft he ast lione but packing a destructive punch what three father-an
of the marati .l cr ea_ the total 1l and tollats ofh. y t explublishing equa to nearly 100,000 tons of ng teams who arrive
Sehols was take. the cred tfor January 1954. I -The AEC iwas pu bhing TNT. today are aymng.
tr i general dates, based on the "ye- today are Saying.
of district att With the January traffic y genrld b led ion the The burst, which will be at The three family co
H4Res where they'd f aede figures; the total ocyean-go iy last Marchbomb e ca "loded nd level, slated to strike all hall from Ban Ped
tr itnesold h a s a aver vessels in transt or the lear weaponsre in possession 500 yards east of Miralores are ca tchin tuna for
0 Mra witness or .n viola- seven months of the fiscal year R Locks, with the attack assumed ;and tark company
Ep oiBaaon lawh. were brought to ,f as Ah AEC aid it believes the to be without warning by A The Colh nbia, a I
Borough home, compared wth 5 tIor t first A rican. p eole want to know guided mille, with an atomic (fishinr with nets). h
.-m. numbseOf Muns, vwen months of the previous what they can do "to protect warhead, launched from a sub- or member of the G
Vh a surt e n, im year. ansits for t selves f an atomic attack marine. Irank as skipper. P
i. Tshe ar.le him yesr- Cdmmet transit for the ^ sh v c ur." This will be the first test of 0 :lps him out.
1'1W '0W ao o _dv esta 4 period toted 416 as compared A Seate armed services sub. the recently appointed techl-1I Aboard the Western
iit to thia u t l tp 4, commercial haJi commit oean ivil defense an. cal staff, representing the prin- Norman Mesen and
S t..o th, at We Ing the Canal trait during the nounedit w Mbear public testic cipal Company GovernmentJohn,.
s tle up and seven months of the19 neTet Tuesday on the adng. units which would be required The American Ven
MSS^- eS i '- f -l-i-al year. -. Gover e 1t a' *n.Col'a ums * a Junior and senior
4 0or 4ftu s id thN a was for the period feIs twn in Junior the engineer
artt tm or Ladr 154 to 3.in . .. Earl J. Donnelly The fishing boats
W% d8cob l suapft but that Th4 resulted In a or of a L o r Group Will between $3
fee no py.$2",!, bor -ru Here To StWudly l*Im lo b et tun$
Sa credits? theSven Di-kuss -Coming Her To Study go
".i o.th in wGM"h .r-abhping fish to
monw period of pr. ob Stlis Zone Government S'e ra
V601141 aseyal7016r. arl J. Donnelly, member p1 Psnmt Agence.
mA discuson the merits of the executive office of the .- Aaording to youth
S ompetitI ulY. l status, lident. Bursu of tha o willFrank Garglas. who s
oVe Q noi l so. Wi be arrive in .l aoa W = mArmy Crash boat
ws.E .. Ao *AR HO* einMa topless on frogn New Ydrk shemed the-in l

oMaL. He wl reasia t she A on eme from sev
ath"aus three wULN owof fIshrum.
DolS his Deua e fia thaet thtg
plas ts msnm- study ai of each uayI
ofge acI eth einhts at a Mine
lame Ulf ..p. to womem t
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major dis-
staff were
the general
for the Ca-
aming test
g held ear-
Civil Affairs
be used as
ter for this
hour test of
he Zone Cl-
ion will co-
al exercises
a commu-
ee.and will
ling reports
agesand re-
of a vary-
e complete-
d no public
recent an-
nced at the
Cities may

e keeping a
kly. That's
ad-son fish-
d in Balboa
ro, Cal., and
Van Camp
as the jim-
argas clan,
oppa Steve
n Fisher are
his father
ture boasts
B31il Horner.
are trans-
0,000 and
after each
the Idea of
o save a 41-
Ifornis, was
Zelmete of
ful skipert
served wlht
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N' O an the
amen afr th ad told authori-
ties they wanted to make their
peace with Ood and seek a
priest's absolution before shoot-
Ingit out with the assault force.
Meanwhile in Stockholm, a
force of 12 Swedish policemen
guarded the Romanian legation
and its 12 employes today.
All persons passing in and out
of the apartment house at 37
Birger Jarl street in downtown
Stockholm, where the legation is
located, were checked by the po-
This special attention has been
given to the legation since yes-
terday. T wo policemen are
standing close to the front door
and another ten are standing by
in radiocars within 100 .yards
from the legation building.
The polce today reported that
no attempts to capture the le-
gation have been made.
The Socialist press service said
the anti-communist band discover-
ed numerous documents in the vil-
la "proving the Romanian lega-
tion was a spy center." It said the
invaders handed the docum e n't s
over to police.
Zurich's Socialist daily Volk.
srecht headlined "The Great
Sensation-Spy Center Craked'
and saidt he armed band Nu the
legation discovered document s
which "mralshk uneivoal eiPf-
that the legation was a spy ceO-
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Mawls army ocers soo
sat the legaton ana m mnmo
lacuAs. An army aposbaa.g.
Steouilag u r meo un
y wal set a1At r wI a n a.e
auti-tanx gus.
Le Jeaslcuet of the baud, ,houte
Its aetermauion u ug aio k
ueata ior tae s'eeuum t be V
dnu-Commualt prisoners j'l
_man.a. unae o uge raiuGers
capture yesterday waen aM
ea Irom mae Diuaang.
Armed with submachiaeg 0 t .
abu rsenaiuB, UM Mas-iassasuS
manads surme Lu e leesauu .
me uarkneus, XWleU toe anEjz
ieUo tribeu t ulawneur, cuU-o-a
me e-ure UnjainasBt s a, *iS4
Qusng u or amkn. as ae. u
Romala aWood a
bluer rosesue a* euseaas
emunh sior n13u* so maii
ar aNoauro r7 1Mi asc
aely. g ag a d i
SAll windows of the main V
uun ouumSag wue u iasit
ant eira curtiaes or au u t La
weie -ilwu.i. ue occupauu etlv.
en noies in shuuters so uey jw
ioo0 U ana snuui. MUM.
une @o mae ao I. Coznaupii
muu a bauuony
S. uoma scan a
A Im.ian. -. wave o .i .
ftm aDog gwavmou W
areds o t onoaes juasse" DM.ri
We police nDarrmcaal

r UU U-=wmUh, *Uh. M, D UUL u po lAUl afi appet i at -Al Le I
ments were handed over to police gton ...man Ma. aY . e lu
by one of the men who seized the So i _i..t_ 4 %u
legation with machineguns and use Daroselti a_ s M
hand grenades yesterday. He sur- c.uc s vag quarters asn
tendered voluntarily to police so thecenauroyuo .Aiey eaW i
they could have tae documents, and c.a.. r wife san b
the newspapers said. a smea aer, Lutun tpb
wi-es, uaey moves oas toe i
It said the documents were reM egauon budamig.
turned to the Romanian charge U a she w e n aks
d'affaires but only after they were el et. S, r s t1 p
photographed. Police refused com-'. went gown W. aS
sent. chaegun tre. iii E
One man was killed in the ral ems lae 1
blaming gnabattle dur lag ethe oMe tO. ai s l, t
s oranog a o.e egausa. a 'e h pit at.#a, *
invade chased the Commnaists lwiate the
Sfrtem bas l tg a their ni a to and thigh.
aree the ant.Comma nt leaders btorm ug Into the ntal
hel in their home coeary. the intruders were in a M
Swiss officials ordered the raid- mad before pu. ur nrdt Al
era to surrender or to face Anell- vestigate the gunre. .
kug by tanks and big guns. From. 1They hbo iN aN
toe building the invaders sbhounte eral of the. s i
their defiance. leased, aio e Me
A government ultimatum served them eoa o Zm ui
nOt@e that Swiss troops and poUce N serving as u p
would storm the beleaguered wim a msma
sandstone villa m Aber Park un- Flally,I la a
les the swash buckUntg apters tSon with Poaie*
sve up -Frima eer t
Dwise army tanks raMed mInto band said It w A
.UW toa n grounds a stlt a t Um 6 etm
at point blank seage, a=nw in i
laae on the vmim a the "a

were pr*MUNK..

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MONTH. IN ADVANCE 1.70 e 2.50
ONE YEAR. IN ADVANCr 18 50 24.00

Labor News




ORUM THE READERS OWN UMN Red haired Walter Reuther was
rage of tne AFL and CIO.
*AIL ia eight up to tne iast minute he
did not want to preside over the
I .cissolullon of the LIO s empire.
S- -_l He raise so many oojections min
s.ue tne small LiU poucy-making
The Moil Bex is on open forum for readers of The Panama American. Lull sessions that one of his co.
letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential leagues saiu gooo-naLureoly, "'ai-
manmer. I ter nas a problem lor every solu-
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient if It doesn't appear the ion.
amtt duy. Letters are published in the order received.
I Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. As recently as Saturday, Feb. 5,
1 Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. Reuther len some 7b OL his own
t This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions Auto Union aides with the Impres-
,*epreoMd in letters from readers. Alon tnat ne was-flying tourist rate
S-- o -- to Miami Beach to negotiate with
AM I ANI-GINGO the AFL, butt that he had little
AM I ANTI-GRINGO? hope ro labor unsty. This nle said
i r:^ at uwe detroit sesslun ot me United
0ir: Auto Workers Steering Committee,
In answer to 0 K. Amigo, who sounds as if he might be a tresponbDie lor arranging me un-
mnember of the Panama Canal Company In the Personnel Dlvi- ion's March convention in Cleve-
*ion. I am not or ever was anti-gringo. My letter regarding the lhnd.
re-rating of U.S. truckdrlvers to locality rate was in my behalf Reuther unburdened himself of
tegarding the future pay I might have drawn if these men were a snarp., hearuelt talk on racke-

"Don't Worry--l.'m Right Behind You"

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WASHINGTON-President Eisen-
hower -ha expressed the following
general views on ue Russian purge
to some of hi close political ob.
servers. *
On the whole, he does not' feel
th. ltliomu nt. eI.Maiensi v
is a arbnger of war.
On the contrary, he feels that
the opposite maybe u ad Iiat
the new setup in R i:ilaay be
embarinng on a stoer poucy oi
coexistence, without ,r
This beUlf a lWOO Ga two
things: -* .
1. Lis believes tMa ioV re.
Ileved because he was. ng
Riussa toL oo much ,ppton. ox e
Chinese Communists, a poatiqon
untenable to ine "peace" propa.
ganda of the Kremlin.
2. Ike also believes mat the Rus.
slan leaders are too well satisfied
with toe territorial conquest taey
have made in the last 10 years
and probably figure they nave
nothing to gain from being tied too
closely to me 'ormosan aion, or
anythmi, sem that mleht lead to a

( not dropped down to my level of pay. teers inside labor and said he a gIeneraI' war. ...
thPCC. alone-%%ousn &JAn LidbaiIl eLAdtiuLi .. Ike feels that Inasmuch as thQ
My stand against this action by the P. C. Co. was also into which they had infiltrated. He Sovik ave enslaved Ipmuchas tU,
i fense of these men as well as other American citizens whdm the also saia tnil me An.. wou a not So n th W e e lat e "a r rouu
P. C. Co. has discriminated against because of their race.uarantee not to dismember CO people n the last 10 years troug
hnot to dismember CIO -cold war technique, they
The P. C. Co. employs college graduates such as engineers unions. theohe toe war technique, they are
and.doctors who are Panamanians only because they are forced *not pt to embark on a new policy
leading to a general wir-ate met
to-do so. They cannot obtain sufficient qualified help in the But Reuther had no choice. He ade to wh en you or-alde t
U. K. to work in this Area. Everyone who has been unfortunate A s faced with an ultimatum irom i ore ol nt len r loo de th i
enough to have to go to Gorgus Hos ital for treatment knows ih own L cuueagues, wno, wmle l m n cepl o absorbian other n -a
ust how bad that institution is. It is about 50% understaffed not as dramatic as tWe rea-heaa, yons look i ner uned
AW.', and th enITEN. DOUBLE-Cross
n etors. nurses, and medical technicians. can be lots tougner when they want *
An appointment to a clinic in Gorgas is a bi "joke." It to be. Reuther was told that LIEC
usually takes two weeks to see any kind of a specialist, and then was merging Iwith the AFL. If he lra IN DOUBLs
what happens refused to go along, he could xer- e e struggle
cise his rignt to stay out-but the u hre p ier struggle inside the
(a) The particular doctor you wanted to see is not available, restA o the 10O was going into tne ------- ---- .----- Krelin, as piece together by t
"Hope you are not disappointed." A L and take leadersip from fantastic solee ngdoublenc rs A
(b) About twenty other people have been given the same ThisIn effect, is what the soft- ne time, for example, remler
oetime, for example, lremyer
appointment time that you received. "Hope you are not Tpohen eJact, Pos wy, neau of tae G. Malenkov, now ousted, came
IaAmalgamated Clothing Workers rescue of e immenit part
(e If y ni tolvd Walter.irusdiswhatn epef boat Nite, a Khrushcbev, wok
(c) I o u are hospitalized, it takes at least a week to receive nion, t o o P e te re so n Was in g o ny t
the.necessary tests. "Hope you are not seriously il." pe disarmingly good-humored, but oyHere is t he fabulous, untol
pile-driving .nmil gleve of tne 'fex-str
The Raymond Clinic (Gringo-owndd and operated) can give tile Workers Union said. They were ter h redd mustachioed
all of the same tests in one day, that Qorgas takes a week to fully supported by CIO counsel Ar-. WASHINGTON NEA T h e Another step to be taken later over, there have been over 155 000 Stalin died, the intrigue became so
perform. thur Goldberg.s e Another step to be taken later over, there have been over 155000 S died, the Intrigue became a
o Amig from Personnel Division, what irs yr answer to hey i lat United States is havint to foot a iaill be to close out the revolving government employes let go. ot thick inslae the Kremlin that Se-
Ke r. Aigo from ualPerselp Division, wat is your anw ti I wat they sa and hst wee. th large share of the Viet Nam refu- funds under which many of these oulte 10 per cent, or 14,000 put in cret Police Lmel Lavrentt eria
the shortage because of uI am interested help in othe welfare of my f amtily or said iht lies mucy of tne political gee relief and resettlement pro- operations go f r a m y e a r to applications with the SCE to find Imported an American-made lock
gee relief and resettlement pro-l operations go w reogmuyn anr to rapplcationy with the SCE to find Imported an American-made lock
mysing because I am interested in the welfare olf? my significance of the merger and cre grams, although this government year wthot appropriation. Nonew jobs, but 5500 canceled these for his home. As it later turned
Smysef action of te world 's largest and took no part in the Geneva, Switzer one knows for sure how much mon- applications. Another 1200, approx- out, the lock did him no good. But
SPan n althlest lab or federation. land, conference which ended the ey is mi these funds. The total haslimately, found new jobs for them- 10r a while Beria used his teared
Pototsky and Rieve are of the fighting in Indochina. been estimated at from $2 billion selves In government on their own secret police to take a temporary
.. .brand ot men who helped launch In spite of this lack of official to $6 billion. initiative, or they were transferred lead m the power struggle.
te New Deal and its leaner, ran- connections with the Indochinese Turning this amount of money to new jobs within their own agen- Malenkov, a smooth, cunning
SA C kln D. Roosevelt, Potofsky's union situation, the U. S. Foreign Opera. back to the Treasury cold be cy. Poutician, hela his own oy maxn
Kthe Amalgamated Cloting Worz tons Admintetration has allocated enough to wipe out the next year's Approximately 430 government political alliances, with the Red
Se was led by the late Sidney 5 million for relief of non-Corm- government deficit and balance the career workers are placed in new army's popular lghting generals.
Hil: ma, in sedays. It has al munist refugees flelhg from the budget. jobs every month. The main pur- Low man in the triumvirate ws
3,-l F c n in th tradition and Red-controllep northern etminhose of the SCE program has been stern, bald Khrushcnev, wno kept
taktde companies for packing, cratingandoliis evelt an ilman rea to the free southern area. Korean ambassador to Washing- to keep trainee and experienced a shaky hold on the Commumnst
packing its employes' household goods. To thes m there w no tea. Part of this money will go to re- ton, Dr. You Chan Yang. is hardly workers in the government, if they party organization.
hpack its reml oyes' househol gen oos. Is the m son for te continued split In lor imburse the U. 8. Navy for helping ,ne fbr diplomatic niceties when are qualified for jobs in other agen- Beria srewdly chose to pick off
y That's really a stke Iosef responsible for the Panama Canal es, which areo- ranks. They s ee eye-to-eye with move these refugees. And another he has something to say. cles. the weakest member of the trium-
S y goig to make iself response fr te le, w h ae n edt e 25 million of FOA money has' "We are witnessing weird doings virate and turned his secret police
t, stolen or slyed n the process? Or arer those famo an been allocated for commercial i- on the part of individuals and na- Voitech Bares, a Czechoslovak loose on Khrushchev. hey negan
blers Lloyds of London going to under th Ve t Je e ports of' supplies needed to build tions which we thought were on factory official, related in a recent by going after Khrushchev's trust
blers Lloyds of LAo goi n A to CAMPANA. under y A.hel? ed Scot MK a B nrilne, CBA KITYanan oKh usBcTey
; tht nobody wijl, and the one .t ae~t be,,M, lt "" "-' e cUP retaret NNm economy.. -our side," tle declared recently. issue of the Crech publication Svet e but lesser hencemen. It was at
avere worker, as usual. "' P ir y bf-ther station is that "We are asked > bembraep gon Prace how he learned to handle i p t that.Malenkov stepped in
o ly m e p g d e by te larn eve alpsett the U. S. ustcontinue to pay epts which ase-beuiling and ie the thorny problem of socialist to save Khrushchev who, otner.
SNavy or Marines but you and I will have to do it ourselvethecots of a deal t tookno partductive to man. Coexistence' is criticisms at factory meetings. A we, would have been eliminated
'r e the Inevitable loss. ,o. .. e oia c in making. one of these. The even throw in translated by Free Europe Press, 'le wily Mulenkov, realazng.
down on sev ceset hatsytheorpeoplentdwhart Pth elsee o1 1t. They al tss am- eVoblcaleth oall-
s it ever occur to some of these bright lads *ho are buy eanadjectivehea of i They call this is the story: would eeea
Down on services, that the people who started t .. It w is boc wic Next step in the Elsenhower it 'peaceful' coexistence. At first Bares made the mistake purged K hruschev, made s.
S e necessity for them. ieuthe t presidency administration's drive to get the "Well, to use an American slang of criticizing a comrade. Th ia s ret pt with the harassed Com
gave Reuther tr CO presi dn c y.. f ,mti 10 tese of te *" o
nobody underwrites the backing fasco,meone wil have government out of competi- expression said the scrappy little pleased the other workers, but the mu t party bos. row t th
h courage to start sng the Panama Canal pany hennton with private industry is ex- ambassador, "that, my friends, is crithicied comrade refused to C hPs learned from agents and
Da i h pected to be a Department of De- the bunk." spak to him afterward. Bares l etors, MalSeov anrn rusa-
ted o. fe ense directive taking decision over then undertook to praise the sane chev joined forces to overthrow thi
sted. It wsthis bloc which made the the fate of its manufacturing and Civil Service Commission's spe. omrade at the next meeting. The hated Bgria.
-False Eonomy N i redy to work servicing operations out of the cial program to find new jobs for two became reconciled. But Bares Backed up by Red army troops
cets n. Meany-Dub s ky Al H hands ot the secretaries of Army, fired-or riffedd" government then found himself ostracized by and tanks, alenkov arrested Be
(Machin, sts).ew Deal group i Navp and Air Force. employes let go because of a re. other workers. ria inthe dead o nignt, accused
Sdhe F s k combination, will 1Assistant Secretary of Defense duction in force has placed some him of treasonand eventually en
Thomas P. Pike, in charge of sup- 7000 persons since it egan opera- Finally Bares got up and critic him to his dean. This Is the ver
Spusie nenw labor federa~tionlldeep ply and logistics, has recommend- lions in June, 1953. cized himself. He was given a fate, apparently, that Beria ha
er into n atioa a nd local politi. ed this step to Defense Secretary The Separated Career Employes standingg ovation by the entire fac- planned or Khrushchev.
o c.; i For will na itonf the m' Lth Chabrl es E. Wilson. Since the three program, as it's called, is current. tory work force.
or coordination of the AFLs atbon service secretaries have shown an ly trying to locate positions for In conclusion, Bares wrote: "This CRAFTY KHRUSHCHEV
Allcereditors of LAS MINAS DE CAMPANA, agu tr Pl O ucaton inclination to hang on to their ver 1500 unemployed Civil Service I recommend to you: Neither criti-
'A. and of the CAPNA CORPORATION are ad- Atn C ttee (C. Then business-type enterprises, the idea career workers. .cize nor praise, but indulge thor- The tough, ruthless Khrshchev
v.Aciio am the a o f le C maieO have Ianc (PAC). Then It is to end their control and give It Since Jan. 31, 1953, shortly afterloghly in self-criticism, and you wasted no time being grateful, but
vi .hat the asets of these Companies have l .a aie o thon toc Secretary Wilson. the Republican administration took will become a hero as I have." set out to overthrow te man who
match h sea v hnve. on Fie utonz-h
been collected and consequently we will proceed nlg front. had saved his neck. First, KlDrush
to psy. tAh sOlitors proportionately. There is no aoubt that these poll- a chv strengthened his hold on- ei
tical activities wili be virtually, Co imunist party by shaking up
Al edtors mu send their bills with the merged with the Democratic party the personnel.. In one provide
neeok r.y .vouchers tO Mr. Louis Martinz, Post elsewhere. In many states, this la- a lone-the Russian Socialst Fed-
O Bbor machine will, oyin effect, s sup-W a t r i Ine w Yeld -rated soviet Republic-ne shifted
Office Box 697 or -to his office at Avenida Eloy e plant the old Democratic two4hirds of the regional party
Alfaro No. 01-83, not later than March 15, 1955. themselves. 0 becretaries. Similar, i less drastic
.Republicans in. personnel purges were carried out
The remain Repu ans nAbout Town .. Scandal of Shubert Alley:rich .. Good way to get your the other proges inces.
aide the new labor coalition willThe aster Party to be given for cop-friends sent to some Siberia Meanwite oh eir pVroviet
L. MARTINZ, Liquidator he otvted bthe NewDe The Duchess of Windsor-milion- The E o y n o p Meanwhile Malen ol, appointed
The Duchess of Windsor-mllionover 100 members of theswish- beat: Ask some politico (or a ny Ivan Aleandrovic 8erov to head
on the federation's new e e heir Jimmy Donahue ilndes- set at a swank Madison Ave. ne) to put in a good word for up the shattered secret police. At
anama, February 15, 1955. council o For, not only will tructible" paiship ended when she Hotel In the latter 60s. The gen- him with the Commish . Patty- some points, however, erov wa
vote as a bloc buth ey will he was kept waiting on a bitter cold darmes will be there, too, you cake for Eadie's on W. 5th: A bought off by Khrushchev. Ser-
the support of the national officers corner half-an-riout Name-calling humps ... The World-Telegra. drunk ws helless and flashi ov's reward was to be elevated to
the or ouf the national r and a mutual decision "never to Sun's financial expert has the red. a bankroll of $o. They took it cabinet rank which was narr
f tu them Democatic speak again" . Baseball star dest kisser in town. He ridiculed from him (before takin him to c _. wsrr _
will need to yield far more to Lowe'; bedside after she Was a stock 2 weeks ago. It was con with a note ayin: "We have IDE
SN S he leaders of labor than they ever mugged in her Harlem apt . firmed by the Wall St.' Journal )our $600 whe your sober. SIDE GLANCES
rave before. There no longer will The William Saroyans act like it Feb. 11th (Haw! .. That'I the --- ..
be the chance to play one labor has healed . Celeste Holm h. Y. Times stock market expert
Leader, or one labor federation, off is considering millionaire H. See- slinking into a corner, too. Hmf! Peggy Yancie, who just got her
,against another gal's proposal . Mrs. Edmund . Big Timers Gabriel Deli Mexicancelltion, t ossed Bill-
PANA1M Ldo P. Labor will come to the 1956 Purdom and actor Bob Calhoun and Thelma Carpenter 'are all set Bapst's wedding ring Into the Rio
Democratic nominating convention are goo-googly . Gary Cooper's for the "Ankles Aweigh" girlsical. Grande as she crossed the Inter-
speaking in the name of 15,000.000 little gir-rul (Maria) and Martin national Bridge . Marion San-
and perhaps 17,000,000 unionized Bouchee (the attorney) are On The Washin ton Ticker: A pw ders, the blonde, who recently
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS MEETING workers-with all that they can The Verge of a Merge .. Un- erful group of Senators is quietly skipped out on her rich Oriental
contribute in money and manpower confirmed reports say McCarthy watching the Federal Employee mate, is doing the Vegas spots
.to campaign. Iearings counsel Ray Jenkins is Security Program and plaas t with Seward Heaton . Hal
Sooner or later one of labor's too ill . Paulette Goddard *as call Mr. Big at D. of J. If the Roach, sr. and Jr. ironed out their
By order of the Boad eof Directors, the leaderss will find himself on the na- driving Dick Derr (of "Plain & Administration, makes any more long-time argument Junior will
stockholders of NATIONAL DISTIL- tonal ticket. Fancy" crazeee at Cafe Arnold relaxations .on security in Govet buy out' pop's movie studio for
Sto.ao re o b N oAtiN ld DTht t The merger has catapulted poll- the other pookabeeve . Tip to . When Red leaders G. Dennis, a mere 2% million . .Actor
Iu mS.A, aere herebyotified that the ties into a new era, too. the Underworld: L S., convicted1J. Gates, J. Stachel, J. William. Sidney Backier who survived -
Manual stockholders' meetlag will be held in the insurance scandal, is sing- Eon and C. Winter are freed from two major operations can return
at the misM1 offices of the Company, lo. in his head off at the Dist. Atty's Fed pens (March 1st), they wi to the jootllghts March 14 .
eated in Avenida Bolivar, Paam City, ioffice-hoping for a lighter sent- be re-arrested by C-Men. May get Look mag's cover girl last week
IL P., on the 25th day DofFebruary, 1955,y, wet (-nce. lie made millions. another 5 year term if convicted (Susle Parker) was featured In
t- P., on the th doy February, 15,M C0 The Gov. of Maryland hopes a store: "American Girl Makes
at 4:00 pm., for the following purposes: Att'n U. S. Immigration chief, the new min-mum wage scale &I. Good InParis." (She sure did.
sen. J. Swing: Herbert von Ka- fects him . His annual wage lie's a Paris journalists) . .
rajan will soon arrive to conduct is $4,000 . Less than m ParRocky Grazlano, ex-champ. is now
(a) To read the minutes of the pre. the Berlin Philharmonic at Wash- week . The United States E-ooking pugilists on the Phil SI-
vious meeting; ) irgton etc . He joined the kassy in Paris -confidentially re- vers teevee show . Hal Abe
mazi Party on April 8th, 1933 . ports that the only chance far Lat_,el with sles . Per-
(b) To elect or reelect Directors; Party card No: 1607525, later France to gain some organjied haps the United Natleos iheudma
changed to No. 3430014 . He semblance of government is a new (Dag) would stand tt 'b
(c) To examine and v the bd must have been a fanatic Nazi, election-and a change in the Ca e. an ee with the Rals if' "e
lacs, profit and lee satement ".E because he sas living inAustria vtitution. Te give the Prime Mi-. changed his name $o B e r*
when he signed up with Hitler later more power to fight the sickle.
the epat sulbmttod to them by the I*'00: . When the Nazis were out. Assembly's er to u the Thme-Lil--"-
elatDiren*0. / lawed in Austria he find to Bet- country. i dr
,oeefD te ,;s lin, wheie he became a ing o uh s
S*e r An Academy Award movie stari.
(-).f1..._-+-sir ---' net of G d toerg J hired a detective Jon a 24-bear.:
-.e yeo for I ?gr9" Some every Gold Mother and from go San Quentia. c

confessions. For months, Khrush-
chev had been overruling Malen-
kov's policies. Mot obviow was
Khrushchev's public spee ving
heavy Industry priority ov"i con.
summer goods, thus completelp re-
versing Malankov's consumer.
goods policy of Auui14Ip.
Only mystery Is how Malenkov
has ed t atain 1
Red Russia is -to murder defeated
pouliUeMan. Beot guessut the
Kremlin figured It w=At bad,
both. at home and abroad, to ac-
cuse another top official of treason.
Malenkov has cause however, to
worry about his health. It wl sur-
prise no one if he comes down
suddenly with, say a heart attack.
As for the new Prenmer, Nikolal
Bulganli, U.S. experts agree that
he i merely a figurehead. Most
likely Khrushchev gave him the
premiership to placath the Red
army. How long Bulganin Will last
In his new seat, however, Is sub-
ject to speculation.

When Amvets National Comman-
der Rufus Wilson learned that
President Eisenhower likes French
cuffs on his shirts he recently
gave him a handsome set of gold
cuff links embossed with the presi-
dential seal ... Congressman Sid
Herlong of Florida, chief talent
scout for the House Democrats'
baseball team, reported that he is
"much impiessed" by the throw.
ing arm of Peter Rodino III, three.
year-old son of the Newark, N.J.,
solon, during a "tryout" on the
Capitol steps. "We can use him
about 1985," the congressman from
Florida told the congressman from
New Jersey ... Ike is determined
to make absentee voting easier for
servicemen in 1956. He has asked
commander of Amvets Wilson to
lead a national campaign to sim-
plfy absentee local voting Ipwa an
oallots for servicemen. (Two
states, Pennsylvania and New Mex-
ico, do not permit absentee hali
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DJ filibuster Ukleles, HLiqa Walter Winchell
(Continued from Page 2)
Points Up Trend Dancing Pep Up overh aveck pyChance of re-
covering back pay.
kilt When WW wins a decision in
In Isk Business Legislature Opelnig aW t n
pa action try to find whe
H i.LYWOOD Feb. 16 (UP) r.ews of it in the local azettes -
ourSoc nro y HOOr U, emo rat I1H ONO a. a t oU sFbor.Tro1
The musical flibuster taged by HONOLULU, Feb. 1 (UP) except the one we work on . .
disk jockeys B ott and Bill The world's gaejdlest legislature The opposition kept playing up an
stanlh y o New Orleans points will get off to a more colorful exanination-before-trial every day
up ALmaJ r new trend in the start than ever tomorrow with -a few months ago-but winning
record business the growing joyous Democrats in control for a case Isn't News Fit To Print
popularity of "rock and roll" the first time in Hawaii's 54 .. Thanks Thanks to the AP for relaying
music., years as a U.S. territory. the verdict all over the nation
The opening of an Hawaiian . This, reporter never lost a
"Shtiggy Boom" the platter legislative session is traditionally lawsuit on the air-in. 25 years
the dueays zeroed .in on-is a a gala affair-with strumming No other newspaper can make
rock nd roll disk. That is,. its ukuleleles, hula dancingancing, ancient that statement (I theeeenk) . .
main enphasis is on "instinct" chants and outbursts of spon- ihe G.eason contract is penny.
or "at" music The rncipal taneous entertainment ertainmentinrmin-ante compared to the participa.
elllng pot in moI t rock and A resolution which would bar Uon deals made by some movie
roll ,eeora is usually a repeated malties. But this year, says stars. Folks like Gary Cooper,
musical hrase ike "doo-wah." House Speaker Charles E. Kau- Greg Peck and J. Stewart get
musical pre like oo-" bane, the festivities will be big- 50 p.c. of their films . Chuck
The fptrase is chanted endless- ger, better and more colorful Miron weds Barbara Curley soon
ly, usually- by a vocal group, than ever. . The Ben Alexanders (he's
while a solo vocalist laces a ly- "We're going to bring back to Officer Frank Smith on Dragnet)
ric against the group backdrop. the'people the semblance of Ha- expect a rookie in the summer
Swalan reign," said Kauhane . Jole E. Lewis' editorial opin-
Rock and roll.. or rhythm and who will be the first full-blooded on (during hisct) of act) of a former
blues, a It is sometimes known Hawaiian speaker since Hawaii Miami Beach 'radio pet--is tie
-is not new. It has been kdklng became a territory in 1900. He buzz of show biz.
around- tr years. But last year, said that with the.. Democrats -N
rock and roll made its first sig- controlling both houses in this Diahann Carroll (a smash click
nificant inroad In the pop field traditionally Republican terrlto- in "House Of Flowers") is the
with records like "Shb-toom" ann ry, there will be a number of adored of a soldier in Korea. She's
"Shake, Rattle and toll." "extras" in the way of opening- spuch a dohl . Actress Jessie
day entertainment. Royce Landis and 2-star General
Right now, rock and roll seems There are othre ar er unique tea- Sykes are holding pinkies . .
to have reached a peak point. A- tures of Hawaii's legislature. Crooner Billy Fields is gluggy
mona the current rhythm and The opening and closing pray- over Leila Burgess, a Latin Quar-
blues bits are-"Ko Ko Mo," ersa each day are given in the ter cutie . Wanna meet a re-
"Tweedle-Dee," "Hearts of Stone" Hawaiian language, ireshing philosopher? Look for
and "Earth Angel." It's probably the most cosmo- Cabbie No. 65030. She is pretty
politan law-making body in the Kuth Alscher . The portrait
Vocalists in -the popular field world. Its members are of Cau- of Grantland Rice by M. Werboff
who have Jumped on the R-9nd- (asian, Chinese, Japanese and will thrill his old pain on the
R bandwagon recently include Hawaiian ancestry, or mixtures sports pages . three e Coins
Joan Weber Tony Bennett, Bet- of these. This year, for the first in the Fountain the Jules Styne.
ty 114tton, Teresa Brewer anditimithere.Is a.Fillpfno 1, the Sammy Cahnlm ilt s a major cow-
Perry Horeo. __ n house tender for 'the Academy AwardI
1 1j,, lou.e. . Dawn Addams of Hollywood
her Prince Charming "Stinky".
S. Valentine's Day is a wonoer-
ful day for Lovers who Won. But

TIbular Type Trains
Adopted By Four

Major Railroads

2 Ex-Officials On Trial For Murder

Of. Phenix City Crime Fighter
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rS] MSLPHIA, Feb. 16 (UP) 0 BOB TALIAFERRO. Firemen whether they had fixed
-. _enger trains of "starting- United Press Correspondent opinions regarding capital pun-
1) different design" will spa eed ishment or conviction on. cir-
ao thTb rails of at least lour BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 16 cumstantlal evidence. All replied
M or railroads in the near fu-; (UP) -: The trial of the first of negatively.
=t,, a-Joint statement by six two former officials charged Both defendants claimed "air-
ralroads"maid today. with slaying a Phenix City crime tight" alibis placing them away
The railroads, which cooperat-t fighter began today with thq ar- from the murder scene the night
ed recently in studies of tubular'rival of a key witness who had of June 18, 1954, when Albert
type trains were the Pennsyl. -anished briefly In fear for his Patterson, newly nominated state
vmnia, the Baltimore and Ohio, *e. attorney general who had vowed
tile Chesapeake and Ohio, the to rid the tshte of racketeers,
New Haven, the New York Cen- Albert Buller. ousted chief dep- was shot down in a Phenix City
trI and the 8anta Fe. uty sheriff of _usseH County, of alley.
The Pennsylvania, the Santa which purgee" Phenix City vas
Fe, the New Haven and the New the lusty hub, was called to trial Under Alabama law a man can
York Central were the four car- first. The case of Arch Ferrell be convicted of first degree mur-
riers which the announcement former chief prosecutor and al- der, with the death penalty,
said would purchase radically leged "brains" of Phenix City even if proven only to have con-
different type trains in the near rackets, will follow. spired with the actual killers.
future. t r State troopers escorted to Bir-
Three different types of trains From a- panel of 134 names, 36 mingham early today taxi driver
designs were recommend by the were placed In the jury box with James Ray Taylor of Columbus,
railroads' mechanical research the state and defense allowed to On., who was picked up at Nice-
committee, which toured Europe strike 12 each until 12 men were "ille in North Florida Monday
and consulted major car build- left to try the case. This was a night.
era In the United States. Laborious process and it was in-1 Taylor, a witness who may
The announcement said tlie-dicated testimony would not be- have seen the slayer of Patter-
committee's study showed certain Pin In the potentially dramatic son leaving the scene, had filled
new features in the train might trial before tomorrow, to appear at the scheduled trial
be beat for long runs while other, opening Monday.
features might be suited best for In screening the jurors, special When officers .found him sit-
shnort runs. prosecutor Cecil Desson asked if en in his cab at a Florida fill-
any of the Jurors were personally Ing station he said he had been
acquainted with any of the fiz- terrorized by night visitors since
Explosion, Fire ures in the Phenix City Investi- It become known he would testi-
w wgatlons. The trll was ehiltpd fy In the Patterson assassination -
here, some 100 miles from the trial.
slaying scene, in a change of Although nervous and ill In
'venue action, his stomach, Taylor waived ex-
III A Mystery Deason also asked the 35 ven- tradition andreturned to Ala- F
'Stil A MysteryT ----bama with the officers. Tie was F
I arrested on a federal warrant
VICKSBURG, Miss, Feb. 16.- HEY, SARGE! charging unlawful flight to a- t'h1it
( 2P)-Mississippi rivermen and void testifying.
city authorities could offer no so- GREENWICH, Coon (UP) Taylor's home at Columbus is Wel
lid exp~ahiaton today for the ter- The 1,000th Connec;icut enlistee lust across the Chattahoochee jRftv
rific explosion which rocked the in the Army since the Air Force River from Phenix City and as a
waterfront Monday night. undertook a separate reruitingIcabbie he often took soldiers A.
It was believed fuel barges tied campaign was Pvt. Frank Sar-ifrom Ft. Benning. Qa, to the
up along the docks expioaed and geant. fleshpots on the Alabamh side.
were suns by the blast, but police
said a search of the river failed
to find any trace of damaged or
burned craft. Oil companies here
said all their barges were account.
ed fr Dor.
Mrs.. J. D. Weddings, who lives
with her fisherman husband aboard
a house boat in the Mississippi
river canal, said they "smelled
gasoline for hours" before t he
Flames toweredd 100 feet" into T O
the? air, Mrs. Weddings said, and
"the wind blowing away the heat
was all that saved our boat." I
William Harper, pilot of a U.S. I
Engineers boat, said he could see,
*'nothing but a heavy pall of smoke.
on the water" shortly after the
blast at 9 p.m. "We went to the
mouth of the canal," he said, "but
we couldn't see a thing."

Airliner Passengers

Injured When Plane

Caught In Hurricane
MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina,
Feb. 16 (UP)- Four passengers
and the purser were injured when
a chartered airliner carrying 30

American stackmen ran into rough
C Oh plain Sink weather yesterday. It was report-
ea today.
Will Speak At The plane was en route from
Buenos Aires to this seaside re-
YMCA Tomor onrt some 230 miles to the south-
MC tomorrow east when it ran into rough air
caused bp a hurricane.
Chaplain Voigt M. Sink will be The chartered Lines Aereas del
the speaker for the History of the Estado plafe had taken off from
New Testament Course at the Bal- Buenos Aires airport.and was flyv.
boa YMCA-USO tomorrow at 7:30. Ing at about 7,200 feet when it
This ist he fifth lecture in a ser. hit a downdraft and drop p e d l
ies of six, the subject being, "Gen. sharply to little more than 1,300
eral Epistles and Hebrews." feet.
Major Sink is both Base Chap- The plane hit three more a t r
lain at Albrook Air Force Base a pockets before It reached here, I
Command Chaplain for this area. with the passengers being thrown
The final lecture of the series around like sacks and the pilot re-
will be on Thursday, Feb. 24 on taming control only through great
the subject, "New Testament Pro. effort.
phecy and Revelations." by Lt. A doctor member of the Ameri-
General Wm. K. Harrison. can group attended the four in-
iured passengers and the purser.
WRONG NOTE The latter was taken to a hospital
with a dislocated shoulder and a"
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) broken nose.
When Mrs. Don Spinks pushed I The injured Americans were I-
down on the organ pedal during identified tentatively as Mrs. Rial
church services, out came a loud Haven, cut over the eye; Albenl
peal of notes-and a squeak. Mrs. Fosterman. hip injury C h a rle s'
Spinks looked down m time to Kinsel, Rib nujry, and W. J.'
see a mouse dart for cover. Loeffler. head injuries.

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cken stands to make another
able bundle from an investment .
a new kind of tooth paste . .
n Camercn Swayze, who has
nre than 1500 ties, got a noti ce
om a London cravat maker" of
First sale in 177 years. Yep he
dered a tie . there's a rush
I originate live TV shows outside
She studios-.'I've Got a Secret"
will tattle from a ship in the har-
b6r and Madison Square Garden
buIle the circus is there .. NBC' Sammy Kaye Greta Keller
Newsmen in New York are wor- .
kied about former Shanghai cor-
respondent Russell Spurr the she had her own club and was
etur address on his last cable something of a national figure.
i as a"King Kong Hotel." Maybe Like an Alp, oly much smaller,
he's in the Frrnkenstein Suite. fac shevas quite a trim, th-.
"' u g ce D leu- figure.
Alfred Hitchcock says he's stuck Well she says, "I spent most
with ss ase pictures. Not that of my time in Switzerland skling.
be mi ds, but this proves that But I left my skis there--sort of
directors can .et tped, too. like burning my bridges behind
directorscan get typed,too. Ie look. II can be born again and I
"Suppose I dd something else e. I I can be born again-and
itchcock supposes. "Say I did. a hope In am-. want to be born a,
airy tale. People would keen wait- k kiler."
for somebody to strangle Ca. omeody make a note of that
Sn'y n f---t a Just in case t
It as Vienna.Old Vienna. The Lester Lanin" st he busiest so
rudels were sin g and the. cety orchestIa leader now waving I
Lnockwurstwas In bloom. Gay, ro a bluebloodead baton. He employs
-antic Vienna. more than g musicians and plays
In a theater in gay romanticfor between 1500 and 2000 social
Vienna, a pretty young actress affairs a year,'.
named Greta Keller was starring "Parties these days," Lann says
In an American play called "Broad.- are more retrained than they
way." There was an actor with a d to beRigh ter orld Wr
L W part named Peter Lorre, and ued to be. Right after WorldeWar
y tg le .m they were mu.h wilder than
S e of the chorines was a ley now. Today there's a serious, al.
i trbas lf and her fellow If they spin the bottle-they use
S Toupeos -herself and her fellow a milk bottle, maybe?
ctors, Fraulein Keller would sing ma
aekstage, something she'd never Fred Car ey, director of ABC.
d me profesatonaliv. TV's Pond Theater, was having no
"Dietrich was the richest onel Iluck looking for an actor to play
the cast." Miss Keller recalls. young Abe Lincoln on a coming
could afford a egramapho nse. .d show. in a restaurant, he men.
wouldsing with her gramoponet oned his plight, and aneaves
records. dropper suggested a young Chi.
cago actor who'd played Lincoli
at the Lincoln Shrine in New Sal.
Ae phone call to Chicago pro-
duced, Del Yarnell, who got the
part, Yarnell is stuck In New
TENNESSEE ERNIE (CBS-Ra- York, incidentally, until he gets
dio): A wedding license is a certi- i,aid-it took all his savings to get
ficate that gives a woman the le- here.
pgal right to drive a man. -
I .DICK'S QUICKIE: Red Buttobis
Somebody heard her sing and said he talked in his sleep. "How
offered her a chance in a Viennese do you know?" straight lined Julie
night-club. And thus began a ca- Oshins. "I woke up once dud lis.
S reer that has given Greta Keller a tened,' Red said.
couple of round -the-world trips and
'a reputation as the first intimate Last year in estimated 150,000.,
style lnight-club singer. Her throaty 000 frozen chicken pies were ea
*sng interpretations have been cop- en in the United States, and thi
ledby almost ever night-club star. pear, say frozen food porcessors,
'except maybe JMnle Ray and it will be 250000,000.
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.not since '49. But she's decided to
Settle here-, she is a U.S. citizen
'now-and hope to make a name
for herself all over. again. Already
Sshe's made some records (Heri-
etae) that show off her manner
of selling a song.
-'In Europe, she was a big record
-star. And she specialized in trans-
lations of American hits. One of
,her big sellers was something
'called "Sleben Elnsame Tage,"
'which somehow doesn't sound near-
.1l as jumpy as the original "Seven
'Lonely Days."
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AN diplomatic represenati hre there was a sharp crackt derness. When we tell her that her
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S a .. .. . All er ad bers of Na mission here. delivered the ote stqwbe o flash of tim bar.
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.n Jo WieMenniie o Mn ae ni be h lsndd-. A e' s e s sdsin f h Pa r B iony f no ia is o w o
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nwos rMr and Mr ,y r -, ~~h AI Martin' s orc h estra w playr the meeting of thee rt .n.d.he no e r h .f tn' we...
Dr. and Mr. t arl td ar my .a y uTbhe f m iay iv I Robert alt r s re-hwo of his rop-nowe.Whi sw cingt.irng wh

Mr*. Bod y. o, Mr.d 1The Dlgtes oUru y who ar llo sitwd-la'b cuss- YaE at de tote ero lcee nigt that
M ar s eoh ndC M Gor a s*i-act leoor .show wi. mer aa Chevcd Whihoaon tetotl.mnd aa hold nt at was .t.s.eas n singstersonwh
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h o ; .. R.e m nng by the " U --d 'M anuf c --rin gs I ta e Don't slo "no" unne es ar t eless, roes s them. A d no be-
r ~no M nLt e-l 4. l a n nI firm and k ,rudes to his baby :thW e comfo r t hisTI PIANOrbF Bal,
Mro e d l "_ a t'orao,,r.. i o d "i t l ng for the oat office ,at te ag s cmand ,b p e Sdi on e d t know he needed and
ola V eMt. or A r e anPa rt y areendtertoateens rIn th osrllttte days. h ehadeto stwhen mare isrea l daotger ahead ddt o noftre ive.
dofti an nandu be ustice.of an El. kecutw they ll meeetU.Y.Ill. Andl Bl,,k !."-'. farm and at,. h Oterwise, ontent yoursel wth dR. ARYS TAwCK aULg..I VAN.
an i and .La a n ." for cocktails hin cleStra gaiost a rs f mra A a th trouble was one o psych atry's great Po-
wei Jr., sMr. and i dn." P hi p at 'i. rmr idatt to, ye.t 7 "at hand neer-If y teac ers. f in b o t e ahabi
Dir, Mr. and Mrs. Jlwo ames, -A. CH.IELFCA. tM EGO --(UP) -T d S -e ,_ .... L_ _'

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Raiy ond r a r .oma dor Cing- lwld ongmaress were entertained At l st ts are sw n g los. e wabned. n eatv e ar been ol t h m
and n Heat a dinner gien on S saturday eve- tlo d h re d igns. the Mnesota se n;Aat f- my .s. weoanYd epatod MicTu asd eren n w iS
Jhamoo#mal, Mr. P'o. ,hnoaIemad, und b the Minister of Uruguay Ming an anuacturing o. re-le .r te. rou pe d with and ttho wa N t fo y ,
Mr. and M s" Lester Wakefield.mand --' s. Jose Felix Poller. port.d. and additional states are he to .. bem on the floor It's no shateMor
Mr. anding ,ma-BroWn, Mr. cd."',-cts Ithesame Breabi t-,mat M
Sy.nig w p .a ftVto a, M r.oanAi.Dr. and Mor. Charles straoflThe rur h ar bttrbaa av cn fmaa a. do -
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land rs. We5 ryw bl A te t b Fa.. rid. aw.os -'.coof s t~ing of coc rt oe hi e: Soft mshed potatoes, from couging dI't dtet

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te0 A TtFdemeAttaetsBao tst ancario rd.
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D r Mr.ay nd M.',bsered the event with amaI: ...HICAGO -T( P s h---- P i S TO P e redwere otnykwn ,terTayA
o[ thanksgiving at the t hat.Harry mor toan feqiradU- e01 every..t..N..gCEyOFalNNcAL'e ecretING Jeaa ydg
md v It b sdMra ~a I n dThe Church.___________ to a ompgia o hwa"nd--l-ssw.h.alktbehindhis
Mrs. Jon.K.i M.n sleig -n rod signs ared not aheldetber s hbpi heebytotifuistked It so that
Frn ctM.adMs jl ogeswr net ined --------------1 ----ates .arswithn Poe_ truh_ lodso., Hebee

Bua ierite"ato 1 ".,o,,- Kh "W Track "'as the national Itandard for STOP lflt "n a 'ne ./U uU-- "
Miss5iooary.D t r n signs but it was found that the The Board of Governors will present at this meeting
S tOlaghlk W ere color then available did not retain a revision of the. Charter By-Laws for action by the mem-
n 'hlc b sno m ..C A E Y .Pthe .original hue long and that it bership. The principal changes consist4 of the elimination
-IIIlI e,, and Mrs. Joseph Proay appeIared to be almost black at o Secton 1 (b) o Article 2, and all.references thereto;
I .' ,SIahardT r d tokeep their head" nigt. ncreasain the Erace period before Lapsatlon to 90 days
. l- Cl .r s air, lergency. o for all members increasing the Reinstatement Fee to
4T %PC Spass $a g ny 1.00, per Sections 1 to 4 of Article 6; and the elimination
Ma Ro. M bfb sndp S three carloads of M ICNS TRAVL -of the ternm '061d'; ,lver'; Tha Panama Canal, The Pan-
.i lr lm. .ad Betors descended on the a.l. Irotad OMapany. subatituting 'tU. Rate'; 'Local
S and demanded to EUR A, Calif. (UP) Mu- .Rate'. The Pahama Canal Company, The Canal Zone Gov-
Serschosen10 do,-'t e t4a k o the efrig6rator .c means so much to the ke&- ernment, and other minor changes in wording of the
Sfwere Rm. e.sel -It ed th fresh at. Th dents of this sparsely populated .^ Ca ( ter ,YAWI
, r wer I t ought it didn't lo part of Humboldt CountS y a t
-i s. ... .- .. but ".. some a ti ,members of the
I M. vg Hpmboldt iUttleSymphony-tray All meaberi are urged to attend this meeting-
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REWM- bet was enough. T--eheLitteaS -a" -s8ecretar
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S Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1954 German Ford,.
excellent condition Duty paid.
Phone Panama 3-6082.
FOR SALE:-Make your offer.
Good transportation. Eaellent
rubber, completely oevrhauled.
Plymouth 1949 Sedan. Hqssine,
Central Avenue 18-45. Tele-
phone 2-3483 business hours.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super
4-dor Sedan by original owner.
todio. new custom seat covers,
excellent W/W tires, $795.00.
Albrook 2241.
FOR SALE -International 31
Panel delivery truck, good condl-
ation, low mileage. -$475.00 cash
or. terms. 83-6230 evenings.
FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile
Super 88 2-ddor. 11.500 miles..
Hyd.. rodio, W/W tires, blue,
excellent condition. Albrook 86-
FOR SALE:-1949 Auto con-
verts to Pick-up or bed. Ideal
for Bl'-h hour. $150.00 cash.
Phone Balboa 4317.
FOR SALE :-Fqr immediate de-
livery at direct shipment price a
1955 Ford Country Sedan Sta-
tion Wagon V8, 8 passengers
with Fordomatic tinted' glass,
W-S-W vinyl upholstery. Your
friend Ford dealer Agencias Cos-
mos S. A.. Colon. Rep. de Pon-
FOR SALE -1948 Pockar- Con- '
vertible A-1 condition, newpaint
job. new tires, new battery, ra-
dio, engine recently overhauled.
A duty paid car. One owner.
owned by Bob Graham. Can be
seer at 5508-B Haine~ Street.
Di.blo Heights.



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Parque Lecevre irteet
160 Centrel Ave.

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We have just received a new
and varied shipment of the fa-
famous HMellrefofer High Fidelity
S.electric and battery radios and
record players. European Furni-
ture Store, Central Ave. and
21st Street East.
SHIRTS dry cleaned or laundered
the perfect way. Tropical clean
ers Via Espaia 830. TeL .3-
0871. Braonch 24th St. East and
Central. Avenue. Tel. 1-1346, -
Pentecostl (Assembly. of.I.,.
etc.i .qflowship meeting I.4.
ddys T'30 p.m. in Librari, O.
iJWB),. yilding, Balboa.

FOR SALE :-Bicycle 28", $15.-
3 Vehetioan blinds type N6. 1I.
cottage, basswood or bl Minds.
, Bolboa 2-1744. \ '
FR; SALE.-Hoff.m .vir
nb,' good condih s ...
"Primo'. Colon Cycle Tel;
424. -
FOR'SALE:- Great assortt-nt
.f limps of all types, st-ktJ.
cost prices. European Purniture
Store, Central Ave. and 21st St.-
last. *
FOR SALE:-Deeo free, ,60..
cycle, 30-30 shot gun. Bird and
cage IMooow Curundt 21 54-
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You Need
SA New Amaing Natural
Waite Dwtroye. lUs
Odor and Reduce Mass
at Low Cost. Money Back
Guarantee of Satisfaction.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140

5 to 9 p.m. Adults. Pr-tlem
& Teenagers. B appoiltifmentl 1y.
Momini.'g..... Balbae 2-4239
After 4 p.m.... Panama 3411660

it b not to sa "we did w y-
thin pyen ble" .unle thiropractic
was Included.

Ds. A. and K. oUnLAC
*Palmer OraduSatI
A Pwr Avenue Tel. a-1a
it olock from Lus Thealr'

Dr. C. E. F6brega
Demlure Brldgewo .,
SArbraslve General aWntiU .
Tivoli A-e. No. FtA-gs
b Teirbon 2-2011 Panama

a r .Is Phone Gamboa
'ModrnAGowe rletns-

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qnt" Clara Beach
reo friger ion,_
I ~ ne Bolboa 3O50.

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6e. Box 435. 'Balboa.
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f I ENT: -Chalet, 3 bed-
W I, Ivingo and dining-room.
W;) 2 bothroorm, manage and
ultob e for, American
^a .,ti be seen from 8-12
SL:3Q, p.m. No. 18 Ave.

*FORStENT:-For 2 months.-
lie chalet, new, 2 bed-
B. "El Congrejo." Telephone
'-CIFQA tENT:-Reody fos rest pri-
vatq chalet all furnitured, fenc-
ed;. screened, garage, 3 bed-
rqonu. 2 W.C. etc. Mortinez, 36
Ett St. No. 67-B.
FOR RENT:- Three bedrooms
* chalet All modern conveniences.
Gerardo Ortega IQ, Compo Ale-


ATTINTION I.1.! Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wqter. Tel.
Panama 3-4941. '
SFOR RENT.-funished and un-
'f4mlhed 2 & 4-bedreom apart- ,
nt. Capo Afpo Apart-l
1n0s, !t Street. Phone 1386.
FOR RENT.--Fumrshed oaprt-
ment: 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room. porch, 2 bathrooms.
48th Street No. 27, Bylla Vista.
FOR. RENT: 2 bedroom cool
spacious, desi rble apartment in
best residential district. Call 2.
1661 during business hours.

room, dining room, 2 bedrooms, .
gas stove, refrigerator. Independ-
ent. 43rd Street No. 64. final.
FOR RENT: Furnished one-
room apartment, screened, kitch-
en, porch, telephone, garage.
Tel. 3-5583.
FOR RENT:-Apartment 2 bed-
rooms, kitchen, sittlng-dlning
room. Porrc Avenur 56. .$65.-
Call telephone 2-2316. 3-0234.
.Key apartment 3.

FOR RENT:-Twd well furnish-..
ed ventilated rooms--connecting
bathroom, private entrance, suit-
able 3 bachelos'friends. Masls ot
. reasonable price, nesr.jy Gtar- '
'4 Ortega 10b. Campo Alegre.

MIsceUaneo8 s

Coter Fiftieth and Twatfth
Streets, Son Francjco., F. Icoza
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I Jmo Arauaaen Ale. and 33 St
O 182 La Carrasqutlla

FOR SALE.--Living room set,
mahogany. Good condition. 15th
Street No. I15. Airport,
FOR SALE:-7 piece t6 strand)
Rattan living room set, excellent
condition. See at 168 Belisari
Porras icottge Feor, San Fran-
cisco. Phone 84-5105, Fort Kob- ,
be. Ask for Sgt. Gordon.
FOR SALE:-Furniture. Leaving
Isthmus. Estudlante St. No. 69.
FOR SALE:-Double bunk bed.
springs and mattresses complete.
$40.00. Dining table. $20 00
Apex washing machine with
ringer, $40.00. Corner and cof-
fee tables. $12.00 each. House
2033-B Curundu. 83-6257
FOR SALE -Upholstered sofa.
Ralton coffee table. Mahogany
chests of drowers Alberto No-
varro No. 6, El Cangrejo.

Real Estate
FOR SALF:-Hou-e and large
lot Chilibre Transisthm.an High-
way. $4 0.00 Don Eastrman.
Para.so. Tel. 4-167.
FOR SALE--Luxurious residence
at "El Catigreio completely
furnished. Tel 3-0912
FOR SALE.-Farm 3 miles from
Chorrera 44 4-4 hectpreas. wat-
er all year. notori3nl land with
paers and plan good for cattle.
2 houses in C-rrera. Box 92.
Anton, Canal' Zone.

Panama Line

COiral AVe. 149
No. 3 LotMry riRz
lourib of juiy Ave

H at es no. D

-with 4 bedrooms. garden. goeage
etc. In residential section. Tel.

In front Anen School rI Kground) M NWaFOR SALE:- Chevrolet1951
SCqnverible 'P.G, dutiful ori- H Wanted
ginal silver green, nearly new
"Insure In top excellent condition through .
S- ,nain Pn.A.A.g,-mp. a -leovinglIsthus. WANTED:- Reliable maid f
Sure InsuranceI Best o fr ut FridiS Phohe general housework with knowl-
conte -__ Panama 3-5390. edge of cooking. Must sleep in.
.AGENCIAS JIM IDGE -- Londress also needed. Engel -
."tPhone anmN. 2-055 Willi Pi-er foR SALE--1950 Buick 4-door Calls Colombia 44-17 (Corner
4t f J:uly Avenue N o. A-2 a Mr. and Mrs. William R.. frac Super. A -really beautiful car, 44th Street), Apartment "."
oa9le-@:jni r :@ and -5M, 911 and Dr. and Mrs. Ira R. Kray- with Dynoflow, frdl6 hoas W-S-
mards. t-.-s 1 a1 aas1 he prom9i, nt W and other extros.Duty pa id. WANT::-Cook en4 maid for
passengeribkfed to sa .at- A socrlfibe at $895.00. Phone penral 'houswrwit' Soad. lWary.
i ay nl e o .. uthbloutdlyaWY Kobbe 6276 or 2245 after. 6 pm. sto live In, with references.
S Ber yOU buy I the panama liner CWrtobal. Coels 3-0912.
advance passenger I t shows FOR SALE:-1954 Plymouth 4-
REFLEX seethe passers, of whom 14 are dor Sede. Radio, high drive, a WANTED
"deak In Port-anu-Prince. beautiful'car, has W-S--W, and .
S nau d... other extras. Call Kobbi 6276 Mls .lh...us
SSwi Rnaf Ca~imri p2J' formerly vice residqti or Panama 3-2140 after 6 p.m. M Kme. l ls o
oPi th an ma Canil Inpany a-
Ou'd II have a pent nip FOR SALE:- 1952 Oldrnoble WANTED:-Unfurnished 2 or 3
Voti'll buy II d ----have ont tE 9 Od ,__ -
vast Week.fuit Zhere. 'r ad 98 Fardor fully equioped. Priced room olortment n rea.mpo
&Ira..Kr a tl.f arrived here fo 'quick arle. Call, Albrook. Alegr -or Fi pangt yel a..Pou
S Iastwe. -exncutiso : 7133. 'Panama 3- 09%.
''onaof Wheiather Chief' LESSONS
S tate Asocaon of Colle
and secdary Schools -and (Continued from Pae 1) "The rad Ii betr than you
visit was. n connectiO wlAt.tL think etak your f.lly t er to
evalutiop and .a, tato ers of radioact ve fallout. It said cal fm in the rbi
Balboa and CErSoS WI g "t4e matter of geographical dis- highlands. Famous Panmeunoe.
SSchoola. . .' pernal of govern met agencies and Inn sweis you. Rote frm $7
ScoAtracts will alpo be examined." --ally f ll blard."
PK a 5 de Mayo r. and Mrs. Pfizer will itfWp Aftr, the H-bomb test at Bikl.
Lr r a t befe retu- IJ tel Marh 1, thse AC In -S paramount duty of aur
in the wo- adn. ther a t said. falt 7,00o square miles government Bu gae jar

.S gas ,yr )o.l.oe atd tue t, eonw -eba pd itsa . .e L 1
e r. t t riatobal rydo d from the ances t ha these.tests themselves
:La B e ran g .on ten dn is ard ags Yonr.Y. Wla e

b d Dem -on Hibfi, r. nd Mrs. JoshuB B ended pop prompt evacuation r o uu s
e Mrs. Ke r. and Mrs. N en L o the a or Eh taking shel- The total amount of radiation
n Mr. d Mrs. Carlore rS t received by Ame etcansn fro m a
M sumn trcilm s n.hbl Mr. s, Jacob Etmi, s eureras I Irs -U.S., BrtiUh. and Rusuan
(re > t oThe m te advance vsie It sald'the fallout eonbta mionI- 5ecved more thlan the eAsz
... .' n .. I @If-.lr r., ed ciar-sha p ed one ch e .
I ,aJ*.,e delredystrted
a.... tu m...Mr..rT ale; tht uto40Me. n Uist teSaes a *a -..d."a*t
--.Tifr 'fn n* Lr. Mra s s.t; s.r Waha oA we I thet aet1-"a, ar-, g_
a,.,ratifie: arrows, I; Miss Ma (d 3. hllbo, [andif thems w dom
rild on- Beechlr; Mr. aM "direction were neraly eastward Ia. dreg w" eapo..s,
ha er Mr. and Mrl T8Mhe fallout we poison a belt ex- the'o s a l kn .
4 0 Cm pBe: Mr. and Mrs. rJe t. ending jar asYonkers ,N.Y; Wilsa told a news conarenace
t A.cic. ; Carl Mr. and Mrs. P"TO 1 -r cordtionsbeing equaL at SovietFore MInter V.
.-- s.-A: therl cko:rtwri. al l Witbthat area .are 11citeswIehl-W. Molotov claied Hbonmb M
SI e, Sze V" Deacon; W Mr s 8. nMton J. S total population of 13,9&%t;9. Priority for Jtuqds last *eek In
that rat?<cE Donovan; Mrs. Terew. Morale is t isthe showering down of an effort to "oft" what ina
de Donovan and 2 2hildwen:'aa t oafv6 pticles which are opening" Insife th Soviet bovyws
f th tthe for- -Mr. and Mrs. Nathan El ch. b-by &, bomb\ blast t. ;
t sies should take tried off by' the winds He said ha thik- such of thSe
thasbeenf cosMiSt- Mr. Sbd Mrs. Robirt'4 |7C- C:Ept of the Hbosnb to that hai om frWomnM w
ne a en-Mp.- r a nd Mrs. D ..such & measethat %1" ,Georgi wasl -
sae aind la;n; RIcltti 0 asoMPe have reviui ke a 46 'u5
.aurJ.JnigWebtiehhd the sir todi-ar
man16; Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. -tomic bomb of- ly h
nut and S chifdreln; Mr. andM Of Wcs. was a It ere te-
'Et rflf p^fr^ BJauta Howard; Mr. and Mr 7 titatlng casualties that n)6 C "OUlear_ to" be
MMimfte" Igtest Ihthtwoen this-cls

are thlBph ling; I*. Mrs. want Hr o ut possible con Aas 5..be usZutaim

Ctasp for4111111 calm I a Mrs.Melville"h la of

S Bride; % hLfca8. y; MailM! 1111 81 elementary.P rosu-t vic alzeB
Uirapress AnnMrad r.Alfred-foa.VOW
lend on..uand o: Mie Ruth f that bmi a


Tomorrow, Thurtay, Feb. 17
6:00---1gn On .. The Alarm
Clock Club. (rqueats ,
please phone before 7:00)
7:30-Morning saloe
8:15-Church I frWhe Wildwood
8:30-Musical ieaWle
9:I5-8acred Heart
9:30-Aas r-pe It.
10:05--Off The Record (requests
--pleaf phone before
11:00-News ;'
11:05--Off the Record (cont'd)
11:30-Meet The Entertainer
12:05-Lunehtime Melodies
12:30-Bweet And Rot
1:15-Muslc -of Manhattan
1:30-Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45-Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00-Instrumental Capers
2:15-S-iging Ameriwsu
2:30-Tex Beneke Show
2:45-Hank anow And His Rain-
bow'Ranch Boys
. :00--Organalra %-
\3; S--Preddy Martin Show
3: Miue For Th

JANgHftpho be-
r:1 e4:00) (te
5 :30--News
5-35-What's. Your Favorite
6:00-..rench In The Air (RDF)
8:0--Wayne King Serenade

':15-Wour Daning Party
7:30-Report From Thp "
Irems V.O.)
8:30-Ouilty Party (BBC)
9'00-You Asked For It (re-
queats -please phone be-
fore 8:30)
10:30-Muasc prom Hotel ii Pan-
10:41-Tilu. For Vre .'
Il:00-SWypbony Nai
120O-Sfgu Off
g0alae lo of Syabels
BW5 iMlah Broadcaattn cor-
r-_IdIlodluudon F rancalae
ISRoya1l Norwegian Infor-
mation service
U1AF-UJ. Air Force
VOA-Votce Of America.

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Waste P ous, water Wt the rate
20a day men t
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Curundu Lions
Sears Acs
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Tech. Service Offices
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It's mighty hard to overlook,
hamp who stands six feet. 14
inches, but that's just what 'W0
happening to'huge Bob b8eitz -
until he suddenly stepped O. ito
the spotlight to Wave jorth Caro
lina Stia frs *`mwaj
State inuagAW to .*aw
Duke.. -I3, gt paleigh, N.C.1
last Uiht to remain l fte
the Atlanle Coast CA fWefn
lead, but it was euly theumat
the surprise heelse *I ta
husky substitute.
Selta got hisa chance whe
State star Ronnie hlk col
lpeted a SI^urth peronAl Io
midway in the 9 halt aud
puke aumed 7f-e..l0,ad. Ont
three minutes ater hisO ent
State Uied the WoWI. With 1' 56
play, the core was tied at 78-7
when he broke the gime open b,
sinking a tie-breaki ba
feeding Shavilk for another, a;
then addn .thi inal .goal o
the gbame himself.

teas, to remain Ue wihV"Mar
land tor the -eagielad. .iart
land just barely aqueakedtoTvile
tory, downing Clemson, -68e,
Wasnlto., / _
Last n igbht was an imtpoIa,
one. too, for Oregon taM.t.wM
olinc ed the Northe- IMI
cbsaplonphlp of thenrat
C4*at Conference by defMatn
ho, <67-56. Unbeaten I A
games, the Beaver* a91
u eligible to-eet the league
Southern Divon chairon t
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1\0: 0--Syhphony Hall
12:00-Sign Ott

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dlvidu&is have wbnam thb all even
three events. Bn I oof 1. wIthi -.
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Homa team, which won thi H. I. Homa Co. I
team wutctle' score champion- Dobbles:
ahi, h.wored lowest with 581. Balcet-Best 1
In doubwith Marl Beat he Single; :.
scored a tInd 614, -while heat R. 4j, Saer, .'. .. 481
swored a bg.687 to win the trot All-Events: .-
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"... .. -NTO Popular Day! $1.10 per Car! "DUFY OFu s N ENTIN" .v ID B,
Ricardo Montalbfn Cm-' JU A R EZ IE "DRAGONFLY SQUADRON" antd-- ,,I A '

A G "PASSI O N" nodr* ,, .
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v M om u John foyne o Marl 'Ao; "TIB& LEGAA oF A GRhAT , NI

r:B t,1 -WW-B i LOCT Paul MAmn Bett Dovis-- eSIDET" vS. imcN O nm J ,N

Sw ro So thing Fnor Th e Boys ? ic i MP AS S Spin D SC r0r 2 MDays
.... "'O M Uis plan i o gt nt gyt. doOtInet

y OWAL JACOY UA E Tre op w be received
e of t IH m ",inounced -Oenbach' "The Ta les -'tew di s jnckeys who grbbed record-if such exiss,'"

a.9stAC son next fall-the first Lei' on ,I t to end t. the *record plyln ecrd
# 10" D .....g e Fl.te. went Into the second day of boot what they were tr'yfu tO. '

IS i el Sr) I ul I Alou 1 10 AQJe honor. Being added Thomas [ the reeord-mahlng pr- spin the disc for several bour
(ft.) w' s as zeaUlou s0 Dperunto the staff of :orduhe r&eord-l onderL
MDrlburket u uah39T BW seve date i tio net sease on. lb L ormance and how theU would but it "took old of us and no
U M of WM. E .......-,,---ffectivenextse n d
Mapla eat h IdNigteior jl 4 42 e. e ove to smash it. After all, they we're ready to play 'Let Me Go.'
SlI M n 48 Ps age .nth nevnt e10 3 charge. wll ,be 'Don Pasquale*. had 11 other radio stations to The intrepid music mk
.2Inltef Exuvb5 brain e 1j8,3 Sehippers Is one of the more as. turn to. And there was always took turns sleeping and suhi,
SSu rmv Stha 8 0 tonish ing of present day y television. ed on doughnuts ad coffee
t .onde.s' in ...... He R vSouthe rn...i 3 l1 Btanley ad Bill EBiott of ltttian manager JTBl':,+
in f pi! twenty-f years old. Last month radio station WNOE cooked uo Con insisted he had ~o part
4 Imulan I ance f Meno ttl s new opera "TTe did it up brown. Thev locked He -aid that when tle jocEY
SlSa' oIt i, an old Menotti ha nd havi themselves in the- transmitter refused to atop the musle he.ar
i+ m -SS- rnuctA5d, n ld lst r ',vouse 11 miles from downtown ranged for them to wet the nq~
Sm a tWst vul. onduC led the frst perform- cl. cew Orleans. and commercials. All other nrl-
Ssel Ntlb Sem WT sn of "The Consul" when he we. When Bill tewart program grams were neled,
I q Pa 1m 6 reL Punineteen.
140 g9 PNs Idirector, went to the transmitter network shows. A spokesman
S talas S P .T. Pa Meanwhile. the Met's current this morning to negotiate with the station had rer.eive no cC-
41tivg sa sons o.ntinuedT. wPiat ve" r the sitdown dise spinners they plaints rom advertis!rs. H
'41M "u PM"season's l rlu t" perform- ,
"SSSSS E4- s4ou-d season'su it p,, bdero. seized him as a "hostae."e seemed rather pleased with It
Rima beserm Opening ln"- 4 u .ance of "Don Giovanni"' and a But their voices, with which all.
4 7Jape ad h ,\ o. T seasons first of "La Boheine, they interpolated commercial Polce d sevbrl deopie coms
adilade memorable by the debut and United Press news between plained about the Shtl;gy Boo.n
la of Gu Ca o a osnlayains. were wearing down a-o rgy. The desk sergeant sugeest,
When todas hnd ws l AND OMA SOIUP CABIBOL E ak a l e usepeampora as a mo ong with their discs of the tune. ed they turn to another staton
Wf I Yu, dl-e,--.,- h yeven .thes na played aMl o meal. Itn s n- T 'ro Don C iovann' was first- They had worn out three of the The local Federal Comm unica,
07 comb tithe summeinatio"nal champi out -v the nui..' +,. s ,
e Ta.ke.... hi ps most of thefts p i Im.c;ass opera house standard. New records out the nui ton ofce ws
B R -ltiB .;lnfi, [41~sy*sthe To eairs man. L 6 D O ,
so kSta lM aed to reach t sound control act By GANOR MADDOX York critics expect the standard e o the north and o.lt r i'sed or the stunt.
wi.... sy Ms rt di to be e'c.lled-.. s ii oen is. "We don't know what to do." In Hollywod. die jockey
oi six no-trump on the North-South NEA Food and Markets Editor o ne Jlihe dr wb- aek was the the jockey admitted in a tele- Jarvis admitted he wroti the iv-
o a heartsorpl yed th sam caution of both Margaret Harshaw phone report this afternoon aft- rics to 8htligy Boom, a ss-called
Point es tan the trump Let's face t most normalbens, tablespoon molasses, 2 and Dolores Wlson as they we Boom round ast itsrhthm and blues ent tted
Sam; and ome misgded ou men like to e alone with othertablespoons brown sugar, cup through the roles of Do A th hour. after a common
==a.,. a failed to bid the .am at all. mn ccsio y Dr. A Ia n sauce, 2 tablespoons pre and Zena. B the mle parts W're tr figure ou a
-0Fromme says in his book 'The pared mustard, 8 fr anfurte.s. luere exceedongIl) well done Ottadway of end ino this thigt, but we west coast younger set.
South should hope for a slam PysAholost Looks at Sex gand Cook brDacon over medium heat lo by Cesare Valletti, Giovanni dor't know how. It's about got' Jas was not too .hap
Ap c anas soon as North opens the bid- Marriage "Husbands and until lightly browned; add sauer- by George Glondon, and Leporello us ohy ver thae hl when thy or. last
ding. South has 18 points in high wives who are sure of each other kraut, beans, molasses, sugar,by ernan do Corena. 'They rs when th ls Iord ret tit it eas .. en.
.- --c ard and should epect a good shoul not o tolerate, bu even chili seucte and mustard. Mi well Campora as Rociolo, unve ears ut I h O.
play for sam if Nor has moreencourage, each other's pursuits and turn into greased 2 quart a voice'of splendor and demonstrat to start humming it rules we People here red that htg
than a milmum in top cards or of different pleasures." casserole. Top with frankfurters. ed the nusicanshl. to use figure a way out of this. y wa ettng kind o
even a long suit. Therefore a wie wife will p- Bake in moderate oven (350 -de. splendidly through al the require
L vi de easy-t o-srv snacks for grpees F.) 1 hour. Serve with zip. iments of Pueeini, which are not
South should begin by making husband when he entertains the py mustard sauce. isignicant. Dorothy Krsten w SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
simple response, of ne sdeI boys. ithe Mimi, Jean Fenn. the Muet'
Ssie it. seldom ps t o ma e sides od eats whi Zippy Mustard Sauce ta, and Ettore Bastianini, the Mar THEATER TONT
jump bil in a really ghabby amult. heSr hisbaa can serve without .(Mtsk about 4 c p) cello." .
Ss -,, aR A D I t When Norti then shows i tsecondm trouble: Als lph i. of mas ne- .
Ssult South should usethe Black-lookin d sable upper plates. Two tablespoons prepared mus- The City Center Opera. New ALOA 6158:00 DIABLO-T. :-7:
wood Convention to check oa aes.The color lates save him ffo tard, 1 tablespoon horseradsh, ks other era company Is AIR-CONDM LONRn CI MOR
nNorth bids five hearts, showing feeling guilty about leaving u n- tablespoons sweet pickle relish. 3. iann.ng Its Jpring season, which
o o i~nly two aees, mad South goes wh'lMl dishes Itablespoons mayonnaise, 2 table- opens when the eet closes for is "Thy Nelhbor's Wife"
HOLI,YWOOD -(NEAJ-- Close- FRANKIE LAINE andKeefe knowing thatone ace i heldby be served with a tanger sauce Combineallngre a mix uenunips not od u Citnaty aaAenter wr AA "
ups anti u aots.. xuu ouuima Brassele were Interviewing song. the enemy. roils and hot offee can be made well. Place in paper nut cups andt l"on is .a ale" in the spring. M .a ls GAMBOA
be in pctures" I- au to say, writer for a scene In "Bring Your beforehand. All your husband hasrefrigerate. Serve with fran g Wives of Windsor llde Clear Of Dibl
woucho Mart3 sIa iU a year Uago Smile Along" and some corny ly. There would be nothing t the to do is put the refrigerated cas- er casserole. rrTh e, Wves o W sIr,,
to one of as "'v suNw cuLtt .k}u reis were needed in a hurry, play oft his hand at rubber brige. perole into the oven an hour e --- and will start singing its hit -re h wl Su r O .ILLA *. AAR'"
-a luscious blonae Los Angeles "Write me some very lousy song South has 11 easy tricks outside of fore eating time. Even if he lets STUFFED CAT iivanl of Rossinis "Cenerentola" Iui AIARIRA 6:15 7:50
pOuollc caoOitefcnet lame4i aaie lyrics in five minutes," Director spades and can easily establish it bake an extra o10 minutes or '. Egh ins ofti ,, IA ..
IM. a~lke Edwards told Freddie Kar."one spade trick to make sure of to, there'll be no harm done.I LEE, N. H. (UP) The Meanwhile, Joseph Rosenstock- T.di ot A.
-ger of Columbia's music depart.' his ,twelfth trick. In a tournament, mo mountain lion that came to dinner the company'. general director, nIe.
lampireto y Groitcho's flattery, ment. where overtricks are almost as Hearty Frankfurter Casserole 1p years ago is still hanging condute d two, concerts in Man- T TA......
S sreg aratg e uts aganS important as the contract ibtelf, (Makes 4 servings around. e was shot in this town, helm, Germany, using the porches
' 7~2 ye;ar-.el leWste qa ae Karger sat down on the set and the play wasn't so cut and dried. stuffed and sent to theewWood. srasoftthe Nationso t theatre. To yusngthLachs
p S ,siomoveeuE Mtrec was B round out ew d theme re l stSix slices bacon, cars el y 'man MIleimal at Dover. That was Rosensto tat ardly was an in- | -,.
t .. quired time. Edwards read them,, The oenin lead at most tables dic, 1 No.2 can sauerkraut the last big cat In New Hamp. personal occasion. He was gen / u a
s was. said fine, and then added: was a ow cub. southh won -with drained, 1 1 pound can baked shire's forests. he. a music rector omthe Mann- DIAMOND
"eYp aced the cameras for the You know these are really cor- the kin; and returned a low spade, I heNao a m t I -mn eatre up to 1,
W i-lare m ah M1 4 1v~ enough to become a bit song." separating the- sheep from the I -himen the Nazis came intoma powqr ALSO mrlING AYTHURSA_ Th___L__
ns- m a iwu AWUI No unmatched sport coats and I Io tee,,,issions V lu bsmls sed. __hi swas__frst__sit,_, ___"-
en ovaes '-_'ae r Ion.somneI lacks for Red SKeon. He has on- At rubber bridge any West play. _., Mannhelm sise he went in re- PARAISO .. :15 3:00 LA .CA S-- '7:4-0.
'rgy, qau .unvl,.st..se n ly suits in his wardrobe because of er would slay a low spade a-the /. ". _po t an invitation. U,,entras do Juan Lu. I" r BURNING .OS .
tns promise of another t Janet dhoeb' dating back to his child- second ck wuieng tummy 0 B h ld Iron murm. .msi sian_ Ale.... er Bra... ., "_ ",
5bys' Helen, tae wife l-a s~noool "As a kid," he told me, '1 never play, however, West must play the a gave his annual Carnegie Hall con- SANTA C]RIC 8:l I:00 CMi IH 'I- l -
libruiaan, mni suzutuer u twu im-.rad a pants and coat that aee of spades at the second trick. I- o -- ,t ato his usual capacity hand en- "MIAM! STORY" -3:00
Usam M taoug hi Wpaa uisa t will lose hiser a if he dosat t WASkIeGTON, Feb. 15 (UP)-- Westesr Europe, senator" he was program was Chopi, as is hl oUs-
M9Jywoo4 was umupteges" because it immediately. Sen. Charles E r. p er (R-ich.) asked " sa'" tom.m" The other haltfwas made up "
S'wieri e u e N *,, Many West" players found thi 1ati w ith the S fs would ute convinced thaet i double a ted' m muel. I..chey, so violistof
Holly woof's wolves dida t event Dy V. o VARTN won wrth the queen o sa Do-1 The 3i.-year-old senator, Jut "Do you melan we'd hold. 'em, retred afe 1 ar e s i sa
NEWrow ne YOk -(UP)- Th elarer then ran all the arts and back from q visit to Soylet con- scuator, or lik 'en? be the first Asmerican to reach
di.conds, discarding three spades l trailed East Berin.rosa also *d e Potter leaned toward pd fold- o rank with th "lola. H -'I'

reUa arna.r i,,th ewa tha t ngers. West could sve only two cenrs. attackk in rop. morehetthink the Soviet Union knows that. .ng, and scholastic publcatos.
.huu 9ee rs u.,.mc n a. u e., "The "Rammer-Hammer" is ab he saved the ace of s aides, said, Rusia o it. "We've got weapons and firepow-
.........and m t. 11e. tu.n.ng metal tool shaped much like the South would win the la two Potter madet he statement. jus er, retalation from the air and
e olv anm a eb r wada' common pencil. At one end i cks with dubs. If West discard- before leaving on a Midwest speak- extremely powerful firepwer on"o
a secqe b!. $8 s o M tchur t ozzl e at twhe other en nine would wia st rick.EHither He said he learned pt the Uni- t.eg n, wich o.u. make ant E no
u sn--, "lOlav nvi "to 'go boil sp al magnetic ret-actor way,- declarer would- vhake all 13 ted States nalmin oa14-m anll-, "oAre you talking about atomie ,',
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Yankee Centerfielder

Gets Boost To $25,000
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NEW YORK, Feb. 16 (UP)-Mickey Mantle,
the tight-lipped Yankee center fielder who ordinari-
1y doesn't have much to say, loosened up sufficient-
ly today to express satisfaction with salary terms
and predict that he will enjoy his "best season yet"
In 1955.
The blond, 23-year-old Mantle,plished after he had sent back
who signed through the conibin- his first contract without a sig-
ed efforts of Yankee scout 'Jom nature, left Andy Carey, Bob
Greenwade and assistant gener- Cerv, Johnny Sain, Jim Kons-
al manager Bill Dewitt. report- tanty and Art Schallock as the
edly received a $3,000 increase only players on the club who
which boosts his salary into the haven't agreed to terms.
$20,000-425.000 bracket. Elsewhere around the major.
Greenwade. who visited Man- shortstop Alex Grammas, who
tie at his Commerce, Okla, home, batted .264 In his rookie year last
revealed he found him -much year, signed with the Cardinals
more outspoken" than usual, as did rookie pitcher Gary Blay-
"I'm satisfied with my con- lock, up from Rochester of the
tract," Mickey told him. "and I'm International League where he
,,,,n, tn cimn this time with posted a 10-12 record.

'Best Su..
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Joe Brown Go To W

Receives O.K.

The Bobby Rosado vs. Joltin'
Joe Brown ten-round bout sched-
uled for the Colon Arena March
6 has been officially okayed by,
the Colon Boxing Commission, it
was learned today. '
At their last meeting the
Commission approved two
fights. They also gave their ap-
proval for the scheduled ten-
round between Jose Edwin and
Federico Plummer for March
13 and a third program, tea-
t--i"- Isidro Martinez and Pc-
dro Tesals in a 130-pound non-
title lbo-t for 'March 20, is un-
der study.
Rosado, welterweight cham-I
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nothing bothering me. I feel RicRo, has signed with promoter,
reat in every respect I have a Pitcher Ron Mroinskl and Enrique Martin to make a weight
bunch I'm gonna have my best catcher Gus Nlarhos okaye limit of 146 pounds against class
season yet. terms with the Phillies, while sy Joltin' Joe of New Orleans. 1
Mantle's right knee, which has Dick Groat, fresh out of tne Ar- The semifinal of the March
troubled him on and off the last my. said he will apply tnmedl- 4 card will be an eight-round
fw years and which was operat- atelv for reinstatement so he 135-pound contest between
.up on twice in 1953, was ex- can go after his old shortstop hard-hittinr Sylvester Wallace
wuned by. doctors last October job with the pirates. and tough Horaelo Ottis.
O '-pronounced sound. ITwo four-round preliminaries.
he signing of Mantle. accom- General manager Branch Rick:ev will also be included on the sup-'
and manager Fred Haney of the porting card. Eric Armstrong
Pirates welcomed 24 youngsters tackles Battling Siki at 128
Fastlich Sodcer erom Pittsburgh farm clubs na pounds in one while Sam Bruce!
a ,sic S ~they began workouts in a are- and Daniel Ward will swap,
llminary spring training camp r-'--hes at 138 pounds in the
Players Tounce at Fort Myers, Fla. other,

Dutch Team 9-0 Cuba Cops Third Place
The Cass Fastlich football
eleven defeated the Dutch Mass- :
dam term by the onesided score 1" l auwan e rep
of 9 to 0 at the Olympic Stadium .J ari. b S tI eries
last night.
The large crowd that attended
the- contest was disappointed B
*ith the lack lustre pla of By Edgmg Panama 3 -
the visitors In a ame that' did .
not start until 9:45-one hour
and forty-five minutes late. SEVENTH CARIBBEAIN SERIES Trlandos hit a bases empty
' The Misdam team showed itt FINAL STANDINGS '"omir and Lee Walls alho hit IVES ON BOAR h Orse" Gallatia set an all-
epknress from. ve eqrl-,' Pndi for the circuit in the sixth. ime professional ba als he ap e inhis 500th
the ed of the first hf Ca- Teams W L Pt GB In the bottom of the ninth straight contest withthe Newick. He hasn't
FastItch had already scored PI:erto Rico 5 1 .833 1 Dickens, the first batter, hit a the Noewg exhibit, mp. r regular son .inco
ve goal. Venezuela 4 2 .667 1 oundtrpper to bring Panama Co lleg. (Ul It A)
Moat of the spectators left Cuba 2 4 .333 3 within one run of tying up the oege _
'hen the match was half-way Panama 1 5 .167 4 contest, but Marolewski rolled
rough. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS out and Parris and Johnny Kropf
S rh2tG d- e Cuba 3. Panama- z flied to left to end the game. W
iM T .i 7 Venezuela 7, Puerto Rico 2 Gonzalo Naranjo went the V|i f n "
World's To nh s route for Cuba and gave up nine Lt flI
CARACAS, Feb. 16 (UP) hits.
SCuba qllnched third place in the Ernie Lawrence permitted on
rse Bcei. To Beiseventh Caribbean Series yeater- five saifeles ut th tO a o me T
S..day by defeating Panama 3 to 2. and Parris' error were enough L.
tl I hla i nCuba won two games in the arake him the loser. . "LS0
O*er1I n utureI series and lost four. Panama had! The line score:
only one victory against Cuba Cuba 010 101 00013 5 0
LONDON, Feb. 16 (UP) and lost five times. Panama '100 000 001-2 9 2
e world's toughest test fr In the final contest of the e- Naranjo and Triandos. Law- I as i
aeorses will be a little eas. ries, Venezuela beat Puerto Rico rence and Dalpek. Home runs:' o*i gH lfr w
far roio- from now on. by the score of 7 to 2 take away, Triandos (4), Walls (6) and
The rch 2th Grand Na- some of the lustre- from the Dickens (9. o -
S opa Steepleehase has heen champions who had been un- After Puerto Rico scored a run t
aierolar alterations, ays beaten up to last night. Vene- In the top of the first inning on PACIFIC tWILIGHT LEAGUE :Larry Jones and a
Mirable Topha, lessee of 7uela won four games and lost Don Zimmer's single and Willie STANDINGS Schluter. These runs prove
he fa ouns 4Antree. Livernool twice. Mays' triple. Venezuela crossed enoh to win the gamesas
rack. Two of the 1 dan rrous The game between Cuba and the plate four times in the-bot- Team Wen Lost Hearn was setting heei
bunfehave been -modifsed. Panama was the shortest of the I m of the same frame to gu In Lucky Strike .......... 7 1 boys down with three hits ver
The horses ind oickevswill S series, lasting only one houg and front to stay. 'Womack D)i.tillers ..... 3 tS he seven inning route. The
Steepon lecses-ndo een claepiens l wasting ed oeecond P ueto Rico showed l l unealmingledb
feared Bcher's Brook ls i forty-fIve minutes. The winners got sinle American Legion ......4 5, win s s d t e oe
nger l ns.i. elonga r sft- Panama scored a run in the markers in the fifth, sixth and 741est Signal ......... aIn the thirdan added

est "CIoDA D Q'ITOe Balboa. an alZ ne, er rag 16the, l dn 1955 e
r leering the 1ele and first innin Leadoff hitter Milt seventh ins and Perton the ith to inis eir or
rook hiaiv %,guf rt ,A IGraff doubled and was followed Rico's last run me on atwo Thursday Night's Game for the nit.
behfene. folowa ever's by an Infield hit by Bud Hardiri oit homer by Mays In t mhe.iatte
as he.fI wwed to four feet. Graff, however, was caught nap-1 After the seventh inning, Womac k Distillers vs Lucky on stories and wald andi
I ne ping and was picked off second Puerto Rico showed little inter- Strike nt e un
STheh m ass t on the play. Eddie Phillips hit a eat in winning and the constant h wtJoes afth er
te sending Hardin to changes made by manager Her-, Don Bowens Lucky Strikers and other twoits came in the
b -wW tho two-bagger, sending HardLn to changes made by manager Her-n h S K
atha third ande Oi Dickens popped to men Franks in the lineup were wrapped up the first half bunt- sixthon singles by Rowley and
rearr.n ord NatIonal.. a the shortstop for the second out. met with boos and catcalls from ing last night ab Balboa stadium oBenny Balas.
SFred Marolewski's single brought the spectators. ue made ir stat f o
home Hardin, but Phillips was The line score: dumping the AmericanLegion Leion and wth a itte su rt
j INTERNATIONAL BRIGADE out at the plate trying to make Puerto Rico 100 010 000-2 9 2 by 7 to 0 s0re y .s
;'Hialeahit from second. Venezuela 401 001 10x-7 10 0 t rted the ballotten by the two 3-run innip
;alean,'Fig. &NEAI-T- arn, In the second, a hit, an er- I Sackey, Lopez (4), Carrera 8) Luc rle started the bit ll ',ho.~, too much difficult. Jer-
f oirtP ohqrses at Hialeah ror by Clyde Parris and a sa- and Thomas. Margoner and Lu- rolling In the top of the firstry Halman took over te' ihird
tml.rMeat ras abroad last erifce fly gave Cuba their first cas. Loser: Sackey. Home run: scoring three rns o 0 nan error, with none awaynd ave tp a
run. In the fourth catcher May (5). s single by Mora, a double bysinge to Cox and a double to
.Jones over the last four ames
W. hil e walking two and atrikrng
South four.
MS Larry Jones Striker first sack-
MODMRC NTTVE er, was the batting tsar of -he
inlein four trips and coUected
D-,:II/AD. amfrleeItalian dinner withwine

fatre ne ras he registeed the

IUDAD DE QUITO" Banal ZoneA ZN 1 E, I withes t
"LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO Vfrat shutout by a pitcher .this

TEEHOE: RSOBL298 ,7 2:.m.. and.the a
-I&QOCblepihers aheo getting a
SThursday niht the second

WU1 FORD & MCKAY, INC. ace womack Distillers

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ng Favorite

on-Title Go' I

CHICAO, Feb. 16 (UP) -
Middleweight champion Bob Ol-
Wn In an overwhelming favorite
for the fight jbe ays means -
"one step nearer'to retirement. '!
'Th bale nJg native of Hawaii
. ow In Francisco
ISh eav y 6 o 1-)i pick over
ri gh ,T e tight at
bel.on thep non-l tl. go, with
Jones. Bobo says he is willing to
gve J:Qnes a title shot if the
underdog scores an upset or
looks good tonight. Olson also
says h: Is willing to move into a
heavier division if the price is
Olson explains "All I want
Is the most money I can get
because whe PI've got enough,
I'm goln 4 tol qut and stay
Jones eamed the'Olson bout
off his decisive win over Sugar
Ray Rhobtiaoi lat month.
Olson jfym he wil- enter the
ring at about 16 pounds six
over the middleweight limit.
Manager fid Flaherty says -
"I we're going to rlght in a'
hnvier diyislon, we should be
putting It on..h I
Olson has another offeoffer to de-
fend Y -- this one from a co-
manager of Akron southpaw
Ronnie Delaney. Bill Daly says
he will guarantee Olson $50,000,
to defend against Delaney who
has only one loss in 60 fights.'
Daly says six'Akron business men
will put up the $50,000 and adds
-"Three of them' are multi-
millionaires." paly offers the
same guarantee to welterweight
champion Johnny Saxton. Dela-
ney decisioned Saxton last fray
in a non-title go.
Unbeaten Gene Fulliner is a
middleweight looking head to
June of'4956. Fullmer made it
28 straight Monday night at New
York when he decisloned Paul
Pender. The 23-year-old slugger
from West Jordan, Utah, says
he will rest up until March 28th
when he is scheduled to meet
Chico Vejar or Billy Graham.,
Manager, Marv Jensen says -
"We wod't rush Fulmer. We're
moving for a title bout in June
of next year."

Little League
Thqe second Half of the Armed
Fins oti tle League g ot under
way Momay night t~9h1 Fort
Clayton beating the West oank
Navymen 5 to 2, Caribbea i Cot h-
mand trouncing Albrook 12 to 2
and Curundu smothering Kobbe
13 to I.
In the Clayton at West Bank
game, Clayton pitcher Bob Speir
allowed 2 runs on' 4 hits. He
struck out 8 men and walked 4.
Whereas West Bank's pitcher,.
Ray Cabrera allowed 5 runs andi
3 hits. He fanned 13 men but
while walking 10 men. Of the 5
,errors in the game, Clayton com-
mitted 3 and West Bank 2.
. Caribbean Command, in a
home gane, collected 12 runs on
10 hits and committed 3 errors.
The Albrook Airmen scored 2
runs on I hit and had a case of,
fumblltis booting 7 possible outs.&,
Dick Paret was credited with the
win while Jim Tacket took the
loss. The Ted Williams, Joe DI-.
Mt0hgo and Eddie Mathews in'
this game were Brink Miller.
Mickey Cochran, and George
Metzger each getting 2 hits.
Over at Curundu, Asa Barley
pltcbed the Curundu men to a
victory defeating Kobbe 13 to 1.
In striking out 7 men and walk-i
ing4 he allowed 1 run and 2
hts. Joe Suarez was the catcher.
Curundu scored their runs on 9
hits and 7 Kobbe errors. High-
Ulightig the game was Curundu's
shorsdp, Joe GIrcia who hit 3
for 4. Sandwiched in between 2
of his singles was a double. The
losing pitcher was Dave Bean
while Johrmie Fortune caught.

Tokyo Giants Lose

Third Straiaht 4.1

' Alter Sia

Frick undoubtedly will stop Hank Greenberg and Frank
Lane from continuing their campaign on behalf at I Ilfornla
and through Phil Wrigley, the commissioner may even. succeed
in achieving the hitherto impossible feat of silencing A11_ Veeck.
But we all know that the chief factors in the growth of the
fan revolt in the bigger minor locales have been major radio and
If Frick wants to revive the old status quo In the minor
leagues, he will have to issue an executive order stopping the
flooding of minor areas with major play-by-pfay and TV.
The commissioner will send out no such. ban because It al-
ready is too late., and perhaps even his broad polfie poets do
not give him the right. Judge Kenesaw M. Landis made his
own baseball rules as he went along, and wrote them .on a cel-
luloid cuff, where they could be wiped off at will. ,rick takes
the reasonable view that he is expected to administer, not.to set
up, the regulations. ,
Surely the commissioner must follow the patterns of minor
league city sports pages in and out of the baseball season. 'The
lead stories are about the majors. If the Game of the Week in
Cleveland, with the Yankees, is televised into Indianapolis, what
chance has the local club to get'home sans excited over the
night's contest with St. Paul?
Are the major leagues so thoroughly at fault? Frankly, I
don't know. They live in a muddled 4tate, unable to solve their
own immediate problems, like telpecasting home ganes, let alone
settling the serious perplexities of the minors, and tooe baseball
body politic as a whole.
No, Ford, muzzling big league talkers no. longer will -accom
plish much.

Prick's blast against expansion talkers wauris'eetofd muscle
order within the last .x weeks. His first one ws aimed chiefly
at Lkne and Casey.StengeL
The commissioner warrned that he would not tolerate any
more interviews tending to keep feuds between naj league, fig-
ures alive. Frick got down to the vernacular and 'fobade "any.
more popping off." He already had ward -Lane to discontinue
his interesting practice of naming players on rival clubs for him
who he wished he could make deals.
Lane protested both orders as tending to cut down on the
space allowed to "valuable baseball discussion" in the sfaorts pages.
But he has issued no demurrer on the latest ban.
Frick today explained his new order." I yWa tw0sher in a
period of quiet in baseball, so that tht fans may concentiate
on the players and the impending races rather than on tfla8-
matory speeches about something that cannot happen for some
time to come," he said.
"I did not aim the order at any particular target. I want to
impress on the fans everywhere that the National and American
Leagues are not proselyting.
"It could do baseball in Los Angeles no good if a major mag-
nate were to issue another interview announcing that 'Calitfoala
must be taken into the big leagues.'
"It could do only tremendous harm to the game in Montreal
and Toronto if a club owner were to rejlerate, 'these cities. are

"I am going to be quite strict about intsereting popping oat
as detrimental to baseball." I_

..T N A f

A.- O

S. Again hooking up in a ding Tharp, If
Ana 5 0t 10mb nS dong battle,. the Macaws came Reiss, rf
Against olombIUIin from behind for the third time J. Durfee, p
BARRANQUILLA, Feb. I (UP) In the game -to push across two Pitman, as
- The Tokyo 'Giants garnered runs in the bottom half of the Chase, c
nine hit#, but only one run, as dixth inning and defeat the Co- T. Durfeec e
they .ost for thh third, straight neJos 7 to 6. Washburn, lb
time to a Colombian all-star J. Durfee came to bat with one Days, lb
tem, 4 to 1. out and third and second oc- Hitchcock, lb
Giant pitcher Bessho had tV cupied, and lined out a single z-Ebrens
leave the game after being hit to right that scored both run-
by a ball. His condition is not ners and sewed up his own game. Totals
serious.. Kirkland suffered his first loss (One ut w
The Japanese team's only run of the season. I Bored).
came in. the ninth to save em' Today, at Fastlich Park, the
trom a whitewashing. Aka., the Ocelots and Palomas will try to S e I
tirst of three pitchers wa the keep their slates clean for the
loser. I second half title chase. Conejos
Wihning hurler was PeAfarada The Palomas, with one win so Macaws
who went all the far this half, will be out for num-I
_________ ba_ her two while the Ocelot will' Summary. -
sj be out for their ft win. Bar-' (Kirklad M
UN bier will most e pltch and Ch Wn). M
Bnodgrass catch for the Pa Pas. ihman J.
For te Ocelots, Nufte Du sot W uabrn). 1
Swill pitoh with Bateman dotag 2 M
I.A UO the catching. J.
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Dan Daniel '

Commiion Ford Frik's order mu ling the db ownds
of the mjqr 1 34g0 and their responsibleo repremastUve.u
the subjeiW f strait revoisile or expansioonmay ma hnul
sueeonul Inh t
BueetmhWb7hk6S baebaual Is iot going to be b to t ce
the discontented fans of our more important minor lea u O ,
and put down their revolt against continuance in ab-Major
e4assiticatlnos., ,
In his vehement -ageres to rmtablish the ompaiative
peace and quiet Of toa dpxs before Mlwaukee, Bti atad
Kansas City returfd tthe ar Fri mayjorick may.ave beensui-tty
of confusing cause mae ef t. Understandably, te equMislon-
er believe that recent intnational developments po Aproblems
aplenty for all phases of Abor ican life, without intrdut fresh
complications from sports sources. 'i
However, Frick has placed undue stress on what he aeas
"loose talk" on expansion by major league official. The mat-
ter has moved beyond them, and beyond him. "
True, both majors recently announced expansion plans would
have to be pigeonholed for the time being. O-r magnatese are
scared, and for good reasons. In the legi:o of the appehbdnsIve
they certainly are not alone in this country. -
But Los Angelhc, San Francisco, Montreal, TorwoIt, Mnvmi
polls-St. Paul, Indianapolis, Houston and Dallas have beea arouas
ed to hope for better baseball, and places either-in expanded
National and American League, or a third major.
It wasn't so long ago the commissioner himself pointed out
that the time had come to consider revisions in the major league
map. Events have conspired to delay that action. But, in the
higher minors, the damage has been done. and an'order frOm
the commissioner is not likely to prove any more effective than
King Canute's holler to the waves to stop roiling.



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(fy Grayson is on vacation) List
.is tNewcom erl (Harry Grayson is on vacation) uson see'l. a u .
tAu L K Ir 1 ln ---- ,iI By JIMMY BRSLIN Ito idea of detal. He rewaYS
NEW YORK, Feb. 16 (UP)I NBA Staff Correspondent 'nd he knows it. "In fact, that
NEW YORK (NZA) T ere was01 ewo h ight is e ha the feeasls wty
no sense i to eecimmeromd atestUnIted popped NEW YORK (NEA)-Two dayr now I can com back," he a
infore s inteba pa r e to spread bs c gPte basketball ratin es after Tixer Jones had thoroughly 1ts. "If that se wa
fore us in the paper. The goos Mar.uett, ,already in the humiliated him in Chicago, Rag aghter he would have
were nudted out of mind. The ill-N. T rn, a in h e l-p Robinson made up his mind to me o a But he dida't- a I
w ne the b bom t worknto the number 10 spot fight again. vasn't even a' bt of yself
S talk baseba eola drops to 11th. He made it up while Ernie om back a and l
"What idoe h you k thes ie The 35 coaches on the nitd Bracsca and Vic Marsillo, who e whip g hi lifes
Yanees, he board avean Francisco mana prize fighters as a team, For !E to talk this way
kheades t g rel v ng me. There. the nod as the top team for the were having a cup of coffee in a hue he fact can remember the
kid'sJust old enough nmow where a end straight week. Kentucky midtown restaurant, punch aer punch beating J
I can't sit on my posterior in front ... .kowr. ..y. se c tant s eor 10 p.ntu b e--
e the tagoodro w sot ale summer h San Franc LaS e re- The phone rang, and Brace beatings he ever took-- there mds
eith a good brew to enjoy the or of TL. PhI Rzuto wtheddder mr went to answer it. When he re- be some belief in him that he etill
ball game.,Ing at 36. These were the prime MAIM, tid but the othern 5 .. .. turned, he looked at Marsillo and fht.
,, movers In the five-year pennant ..did. some shuffling around. grunted, "Robinson. He wants .to.
SN., e got td take him ou t parade. Duquelne moves up one notch ne o us.n r ould e, as Mars
tohe Stadim as oupe of times Now takethe lineup store for to fourth while Utah drops to An hour later, Braces and Mar out the tem
so he can see his heroes. the annual opener in Washinton. fifth. U-C-t-A advanced to sillo were a silent audience as Rob- .
ebd last fall with those old bums. Bill Skowren a robust 24, has asL aiath lace. North Carolina State, inson fumed and argued and roar- If it is pride alone rena
S -now yo e go t real prob s rtesd himself at first base t su Ip- sixth ULat w ek, is seventh. Mn- ed that he was not through within better awful stron
lwm. Here he had all his bubble plant perennial Joe Collins, seven eo advances to eighth. Goo. the game that made him rich. "Iand if it turns out that tsto tnbali
ue cards on the Yanks up tJ years his senior. Gil McDou ald, Washigton, eighth last time still can lck anybody around," he i still there. Robinson will be -
ate. I look around now, and the s r ear-old, takes th ace round, replaces Mnneot in insisted one f the few around who w '
Yanks ai'ta b him na whilenow bumch of Gerry Coleman, 29, who leA his plceHE.N I" OW'--obby Lnyne, riht, Detrit Lidot' quarterback, gives inters to candidates for. way the fellow talked
best in Korea. Rizzuto. elds his Oen. .. that piOnd at his alma mater, the University of Texas.. Layne Is heewa the for two hr
f b in t t h and 1 earterern Division of shape during the 18-day spring training peri. (fn) and he taled for two hous
f bl lm tIe on b, ain arthe Pto b cific Coast Conference .e4 theB a o T ou ays,"e te a oe *ri
they go? ear-old hustler Andy Carey holds Monday by defeating Idaho. The - to hima' i sase -ha to b I
NO, BUSTER, .WE DIDN', down third base for good. are auredliShpe Iao 80c J1"m to im-ak In a training camp, .
now a n E aTure e but Monday night and ar aswuranrt throW itho u rul According tI ias bcu ollf this that Rob-
w.o Mf aettri a HE T LD' r RE MAs INS O least a tie. The Northern r W W P W blP o fs .dBrc ca and Marsillo are on
You don't have to worry about more stable with return nominees and Southern Division cham- the long distance phones, mak-|.
breaking up th e Yankees any more. Hatnk auer who doesn't act his pions meet for the Pacific Conat e ng matches for the fighter thep
Tney o a pt g kdwhO i3, and Mickey Mantle, who does conference title and N-C-L-A Y N now handle. TODAY .0 .30
themselves these day$. Back w ten a ct 23. Gee Woodling is gone berth or a nis ou ieed Educat on ?
Casey Stengel was winning one with 30-year-old Irv Noren, two San Francisco ran Its unbeat- 1:30, 2:35, 5:15. IPs, f; i.1.
ave been only ye'l fore last?). year h ior, unchllenged for u b S antMonC lara, 2. By -FRANK i tEICHSEIN pretty good shape, which is what as yet. "Most of the present game's
There were constant huf fl of the Job in eft...rt t eerybody has known all what difficulties stem from the fact a '
the lineup and a steady of Behind the plate Yog Berra is Wa ru e made it 19 n row MAION, Wise (NEA)-Win-verybdy has known along ea which scores must give up
dStillycuthui 9. with a 100-81 decision over De-"basket'all games
ne faces t l J trotlKentucky came through un basketball James You usually will get anoth er the ball, they clai .
But never has the varsity under. Now the team average has d.e- Ie,65 o X ave of, Ohio. I-at's the s.geraic formula for crack at the wickets. That startling statement is ex-
one a 50 cent face-li fting lined to 2 and a half, with four Coach Adolh R is te lt value ofposession in a basketballI Now then, Ca well and May plained with "The way to en.
rom one ar to the next, like is |aw faces starting, and only two est to comment on the quet sate y concocted by Profes- lae not just I their time courage the bg man and the small
in tros.pe. t men gast 30 In key spots -Bauer of fouls. Rup says a rou rn sor Al May, University of Wiscon- with figures, but are a tly probe man to use their respective abill-
e 1954 Ykees were in arut.and sore. ttin mahematician,- and Rex Dap- ing into the value of var ous rules. ties is to permit the team which
Foe 1of the men whoo n ed the The pitching hasibeen subjected o me pn ofnb th e e am well a acine attorney. If you get only one free throw, scores to retain possession o h, the
reason wake over 30. he lineup to the same sort of overhaul. Ten- taking's free throw Aform you unravel the above a a s was the cas In1952, yo u were ball
overage age was V years. Still tatively lined up in the starting formula, youll find, as did Cap-'atadisadvaLtage, for the bail at
the backgone of the hurling staff slots are Whitey Ford, Bob Grim, well and May, that possession of the free throw linewith one shot "To keep the game moving, pos-
'were 3-yearold Allie Reynolds Tom Morged and the two Oriole I the ball Is worth 1.3 points, coming up, Is wortb only .84 of a session should be awarded to the -
and 35-year-old Eddie Lopat, with neweomers-hbo Turley and Don Re en It's really simple. SFG means point. Possession, you remember, scoring team behind its offensive
the bulk of the lt relieving fall Larsen None of this quintet is o. rea onal successful field goal, which is is worth 1.03. scoring team behind Its offensive
ing to Johnny Sain, a tobacco chew- .er 26. worth only 35-100th of a point, basket. To protect the defense be- .
.B______ _____ /Now Casey s no dope. Youth can under thpalgebraic formula, al-I So, the coach of 1952, like Dr. fore another shot can be taken
be callow. S o he's tempered t So it all r though te scoreboard will read lhog Allen, was right in refusing the ball Would have to .pass over
S with age in reserve for spot as- R two point s. Wy? Because the one shot fouls in favor of taking a restraining line 25 feet from the
B ll Kn EmU7 m^si gnments-rlzzuto back for a fi- ttam loses possession of the ball! the ball out of bounds. inasket. This would .give the de-
SaU F HUU e nal idang, oldsters Jim KonstantyT E Ab, but B means basket, and al IWhat about today's bonus free fense sufficient opportunity to
Sa and lomy Byrne to mature theTE STANDINGS basket surely enough is worth throw rule? According to May, the jell."
H L o I tchin and of course, that eft-e C Won Leit two points, say May and Capwell. bonus rule boosts possession of .
B s Nnk. ft e rves ent youth, Country h- w rtbal 3 1 Then add that FGM, which the bail at the free throw line to Ony r bi
dc medisia s ~ter, o t t trObald A.C. 2 2 means field goal missed, (65-100) a value of 1.40, which really pen. '' aois..
I ,wo der medi as mak' r- bar-- d le l .. tobl 1 and multiply that with R, which alized the team committin the
i eekJe. 0 y, letnot our stor. ver the week the Old mean rebound ('), and with P, foul. "Which is as it should be," tie In I accused him," Marsillo says,
,W*4bs7Cristoga, anyde?. team p.,lit two games which means ph session (1.03). says May. '"of making a Gettysburg Address
- thel ading Newl, Inther words lfjo shoot, miss, .M .and.Cap*el don't thvirnk in the middle of his talx. He be-
Sitb e team on P iday fto rget the bo n. 're tiI n iat basketball Is-any ream game an to yell about ee public and i i
t.o the (r ltol "-" j ~~On I pride, and I thbugbt he was i
B /NE "[I'III[Ierf, .---------'-i-e OwJ1t ltwo extra laying it on real thick.
innings before the AC. was a. OUT. OF DOORS w ", y l I bo m out hui i t some hint a -
e to score on two errors, a bafh e tb pride than anybody. rve ever seenO O O
Shf Torne. Queangwe was the lead-H H..Ilde just wonmt give upy He is likeU
In J.itter with a home run and Iaidameisomeb lo u i/ald"
pitcher, limiting Old. Critobal to Written for NEA Service The newspapers and television i, C, a
Shree hits and six runs. are responsible for Robinson's '..I
mand seven runh o ies. PROTECTING DOGS AGAINST. other hand, It dqes not encourage dates with Joe Arthur at Louisn an o M
B r M J', l r "nd --vn ruot.e ,1DISEASE the production of a long-lasting ville, Ky., early next month and D odllest
R E .- ,- ,b -riday's game produced the. IS Eesistance by the dog i Johnny Lom.ardo In Cincinnati.
best pitching performance of thel By JOE STETSON This vaccine can be repeated in Stories of the Jones fight, plus the JU l
uch for the league leaders byn. my Mor proved to Dog Editor a year. or since- the dog has been fact millions saw his pitiful ex
lmitc h Neo w Cristobal team Ser d aided during the crucial months hibition, stung the ex-champ. He
ttw oe e s s p singles and one run. Hi.a l (Second of three articles on of its growth and development I burned up, because nobody in the
..".m.m o 1 _ates pla d oe u in y preventive measures we can take and has very likely come in con- world believes Ray Robinson was
i ball afield and packayed toexcepona against the major diseases of the :act with some live "street" virus, a great fighter more than the guy
btln eld andpseven tonsIher dog). which has encouraged the produce. himself.
ten hits and seven runs. Morris, THE advantage of immunizing tion of resisting antibodies, during So, he reshuffed the setup
.. struck out eight ,men in the against distemper is even greater this period, the dog can get along around him, demoting George
Seven inning contest, along wi than the protection against stem- successfully unless faced with Gainford to trainer, putting Joe
igoo nedimng plays y Concep-er virus. It makes diagnosis of serious fatigue or debilitation by Glaser out of the boxing plicturei
Box.w., ,B co re:n and 'other diseases easier inasmuch as another irvader. entirely. In their place, Robin
Box score: ISTOBAL Idistemper sla less likely. In addi- Infen.tious hepatitis is far more s on asked Braces and Marsillo to
SnNEW CRISTO .AL t.ion, as has been proven by re- serious than it may seem. Even an ,t take over.
Lamies ,. 3 0 0 search at the Cornell Laboratory.. .pparentl". recovered dog may
Samlth, a., as3 0 0 either diseases are less severe if sustain extensive permanent in- , "We took him," Braces says,
1m h I.- _3 0 0 they are not accompanied by dis- jury. because if the guy can fight 4alf
Rine.hart. 3b 2 0 0 temper. I had a young bitch who con. |as well as he talks we'll make a
o s b l 2 0 0 t tracted infectious hepatitis and million dollars with him. If he
S "Smith, Dudlney, p 3 0 1 r was treated promptly with serum can't fight we'll ack It In after
Smith ,Don 2b 3 0 0 -- and other aids. She apparently re-. Wo matches T at's all we're II I ? I lI E
we' 3 1 1 covered ". year later she was 0 lM givin him- two fights to look VJ g L
i i 1 0 bred. She whelped four healthy _.f g ights to look
C rf 2 0 puppies but shortly after the pup- LOU~-3rssI oOn the first leg of his come A pg
i] Total I s-- pies were weaned, she refused to "'ack trail. Robinson went Into uimi
Tot s n l s 2 1 eat and showed signs of nausea. I believe my big break came tL-aining with a scornful attitude. V
OLD CRISTOBAI, I She failed rapidly and died. Au- when the great Harry Greb fel.t His sparring partners offered lit w
Simon... 3b topsy showe kidney damage to ed to knock me out in the first tIe resistance, Gainford and Glas
Crawford 1 0 0 such an extent that she could of our five fights at old Madison e. didn't push him. They let him
Conceplon, U 4 2 li probably have lived fairly suc- Square Garden .have his head. s" .
Morris, p 3 1 2i cessfully "ut for carrying the pup. I'll never forget the date As a result, against Jones, Rob J5RiANDO RMO IW
Bckbur cf b w urbden a the day before my INDOOR TOURNEY SET 1AMI3
hast's wiat yeause R, If 2 0 0 o pled. They could not function Greb swarmed all over me for New lork (NEA) -The 52nd U-
call fresl An fresh is ChFavorte, R., f 2 0 1 i-s. properly and she died of uiremic15 rounds, as only he could ri., ed States Lawn Tennis Assecia- A a
what you call K L Lorences b 4 0 0 ." swaerm. tuon door ehamplonships will be
arett, to o. W hm T. 3 .. .. both the or'glnal sickness and the oeyes i the second round, and eym
yiou gel a taste of '" I __- subsequent death. I lost a bucket of blood. He EcITd I1.
tI't good Alono The Fairwa: __-_-__._' should have knocked me out, but.| David Brian In
lightly mlentholated In addition to distemper wm-as on mye at e fnish.'
tubs... pou forget the,- Golflar Gosip Freom Th, mutation, however, we c.a take c r me out JudI o l nd i
.ANs_.-e..L e preventivee mea sres against .o. uWe had four more fights, two "IN THE GOOD OLD
*-*".- Par was 75 in the 'Blad Bogey' e' attackers Infectious hepatitis more 15-rounders in New York SoMMERaTlMs''
t r *et *... Tournament last Thurdsy. serum has been combined with and 10-rounders in Cleveland I "
The whiners were: distemper serum for temporary 8L"a St. Paul.
;i rst Flight protection against both .iruss. After the last fight reb said ,! $1W rpel. IDEAL ody .#, .19
the freib KO,, flavor Johanl Stoval 74 Thus in giving booster shots ,,DR. P; = .LE N'tO m I thru t sha i II -.Td.- ., _-
,thats s el ani Deaulah McNelly 73 to puppies at weaning time, when ByD.PO LEwt. f ni, h onuain" I Iou. T "T" II 8x PICT.U3I

e d ron 'the"- are noser gain ene- Kansas Coachl th -n----ouh tJc mps
i -BBBBBBBolhif. / mk I -d Nellie Peterson '7 I fit through their motih mn'slk t When- ";irt f otm", Jak Dnthm l pe.,y1 i,^--H. .. 'wh,---- i
tli eark tip keeps Jerry Taylpr 74 for any Immunity which she may Written for NEA Service .. Harry Greb told everybody with-
m .. l I P t win thegolf ball for can use bivalent serum which Ii caled on Team A. At the MCme And he won more money bet-
U kb to yo ur p capable of kVeepig thep time, a peroal foul ij called oa n ing u m tn anybody e se :.
n .ay~= t1tsM Y This navkboodteam free fiom i .. Team B. After the shootiIng, Is -
S. the will be "Tee to en" uses. nTsea dupuIproMe e. Team B. ien ossion -u *
SIMa ornament with fu h tio s are eoeti r approxi- of the technical-C ey eo --
S ,ok hg K0KS. O ed, ad a glf af mateieWadi y .a.pe.ds nai a lei.
Sfor the least putt. more permanent vpec a in is Answer: No. It Is a jump ba B
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ON THE MOVE The blasted and scorched Ta chens have been left to the Chinese Reds, and
Families like this one evacuated from there will try again to make a home out of the Commu-
nists' reach. One of th e last families to leave, this Chinese mother and her children shoulder
burdens outside their home.

119-AND-NO PROPOSITION At the United Nations in New York, Soviet Delegate Arkaday
T8- N.oe withholds his his a roal as Sirt Pierson Dixon of Britain and Henry Cabot Lodge,
Ar., "the U S. (left to right, i p) vote "yes", to a New Zealand proposal to consider the Com-
munrstNationaliat. Chinese fighting. At bottom, all three raise their hands in approval of a
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Nationalist Chinese Say Reds

Readying Attack On Q uemoy

TAIPEI, Formosa, Feb. 16 (UP)
-The Communists have stepped
up the redeployment of their forc-
es opposite Formosa for attacks
against Quemoy a&nd Matsu, the of-
ficial Tatao news agency said to-
Tatao, organ of the Ministry of
Interior, said the mass movement
of Communist troops into the Pu-
kien-Chekian coastal area w as
greatly increased following the e-
vacuation of Tachen Island.
The agency predicted the Chi.
nese Communist would "r n a
another risk" and attack the is-
lands "despite American b i g
The Tatao agency said the Com-
munists were building up air, land
and naval strength in the two
provinces opposite Formosa.
Meanwhile Communist China's
official newspaper said today the
evacuation f 'Tachen island was
a "major victory" for the Commu-
nist and called for "redoubled ef.
forts to liberate Formosa."
Radio Peiping broadcast a sum-
mary of today's leading editorial
in the Peiping Peoples Daily.
The newspaper called Tachen
"a major victory for our army
and our people."

/ "This development," it said, "al-
so has a great significance in
guarding the security of our coast."
The editorial attacked the Unit-
ed States and the Nationalist Chi-
nese for the "massacre of those
who refused to leave their homes"
on Tachen island and said it "will
never be forgiven."
Nationalist defenses on Tachen,
the editorial said, were "so soften-
ed" by Red artillery barrages, that
Chiang Kal-shek's forces "had no
alternative but to flee" under U.
S. protection.
Landing of Americas troops
on Tachen to assist ia the eva.
cuato, n eping said, was
undisguisedd act of United Lite"

eign Relations Committee, said Ass meeting at the Waldorf As.
cenfilteng statements about the torts Hotel in New, York.k
Communist-threatened islands are Asked itf Dulles wl clarify ques-
muddying the international waters tions about the defense of Que-
and confsing the American peo- moy and the Matsus, Suydam said
ple. it would certainly be the hope that
Humphrdy, wrote Dulies asking any discussion "of these questions
for a preciseo position on the po. by the secretary of state would
licy of the government ... regard- clarify them,"
ing Formosa, the off-shore islands There was some question, how-
an dour relationship with the Na. ever, asto just how far Dulles will
tfonalist government of China." go in spelling out in detail third
State Department spokesman country's plans for defense of the
Henry Suydam told newsmen it is strategic Islands guarding the in-
safe to assume that the questions vaslin approaches to Formosa and
raised in Humphrey's letter "will the Pescadores, .
be discussed" by the secretary of The adtalkittratipn heretofore
state in his address. Dulles is bill- has followed a "keep 'em guess
ed for a major foreign policy ad. Ing" strategy e atilonalst is.
dress, before a Foreign Policy lands aside fom Formosa and

the Pescadores, which this eom.
try is pledged by treaty to de-
It is understood in Washington
that no pledge has been made to
the Nationalists to defend Quemoy
and the Matsus, but that this coun-
try would help defend -them un-
der current conditions if the Chi-
nese fReds attack.
Sen. Walter F. George (D-Ga.),
chairman of the Senate Foreign
RelationsvCommittee, indicated he
does not think it necessary for
as more precise statement on Que-
moy and the Matus.
"I think I know what would hap-
pen if the Communists attack,"
he told a reporter "but I'm not
asking for any more clarification
on it myself."

Suydam indicated Dulles' speech
will cover a wide range of issues
in addition to Formosa. He billed
it as a "major discudsion of cur.
rent American foreign policies."
The spokesman declined com-
ment on reliable reports from
London that the United States
has given Brltain guarded indi,.
tons that Qu enoy and the Ma-
tus might be evacuated "some
time, but not now."
The London sources said the U-.
nited States has thus far declined
to commit itself firmly on when
such an evacuation should take


unu. -- It called the liberationn" of Ta-. -fro
Bill Would Make chen a "vivid demonstration" that ARTILLERYI DUI *, N- ewsmap lodites the Nationalist Ohinese bap
no force-can prevent the mm i islands of and Matsu which engaged in artllery dor
I I I. nists from taking Formosa, and It bombardments with the Chinese Iteds. The Nationalists are B
Assault On G Iscalled un the people to "e- vacudting all civilians from NanchIsland in expetaIon of an pre
double their efforts" to support early Communist attack. pre
rl I l i l i*!the Red Army and its plans to ... ..---- -
Federal Crime invade Formosa. r
Secretary of State John Foster pro +P
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 (UP)- Dulles' televise speech toni O f Lta e P C Engineer .
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman (D-N.Y.) will seek to clarityy" U.S'2 WEIc mi
today introduced a bill w hi c h on defense of Chinese Naaona ma
would make it a federal crime for 1st Islands under the guns of T F m lir S n
anyone t6 commit an unprovoked -Red China, the State Depart- 0 R ViSIt Fa lliar cC es, 1
assault on a uniformed member ment announced in Washington bal
0 of the armed forces Who was in today. 0- mV
.......a duty status. The disclosure followed demands ba
by some senators for a "precise" Scenes familiar to her 40 years the City of Los Angeles. Zinn ba
Lehman was joined by 13 co. statement on whether this country ago will be revisited during the died several years ago, and Mrs. 'so
sponsors. He said the bl would will fight for Quemoy and the Mat- next few days py Mrs. Mabel Zinn now makes her home in
extend members of- the armed su islands, which lie within 10 mil Cooper Zinn, whose husband, the Pasadena, cal.
forces the protection now granted es of the Red China portsof A- late A Zinn, was resident en- t ime they resided ed
to members of the Coast Guard. noy and Foqchow. gineer of the central division of here, Mr. and Mrs. inn took a Br
U.S. marshals andtheir deputies Sens. Hubert H. Humphrey (D- te Panama Canal construction here, Mr. ant part in community Eda
and even federal- meat Inspectors. Mionn.) and Wayne Morse (Ind- Mrs. Zinn Is arriving by plane affairs. Zinn was a prominent Th
Ore.), members of the Senate For- this afternoon from Call ornia member of the American- Society As
t visit her. nephew, Joh n A. of Civil Engineers and also was
Cooper, attorney In the office of active in the Episcopal Church, I
the General Counsel of the Pan- helping to found a church at ed
1,370000 GIs Ove rseas ama canal Co. Em ire during the early. Canal wh
She will be here for about edurion perlo.c ena

At 950 Foreign Bases isit the many places of interest s a
quaintances withThe few Canal sno a Canal construction em- kyc
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 (UP)- a total of 950 overseas military ldtimers who arestill on thebert Kenyon Cooper, was also i
(NEA Radio Telephoto) The United States now has 1,370,- bases ranging in strength from Isthmus, among whom emlodas an ennyneer n thewas also
Ca .ener a o hni i-shek (right), 000 potential combat troops as- five men upwards. Again, it did Del. Bill, now r ered, wh tr, Central Division during the dig- ye
C MG SPEAKS- oenerai t slamoCai, tlls nw' signed to 950 overseas military not give details.v employed an.e tineerdirc- ;ing of Culebra Cut. ,,
meakn thatitrough as been nmade perfectly clear that the United States bases, the Defense Departm n t The report was sent to the under Zinn, du g t_ dg ___ __
enthat it has been made perfectly clear tha umodisclosed today, o0use Armed Services Committee gis of Culebra Cut; .
would help defend the islands of Matsu and Quemoy. The figures were supplied to the which made thegures at Zinn wasemoloyedasa res no
g,- C e en--------- ,oFHouse in response to a resolution an open hearing. Committee mem- dent engineer by JohnF. lSte a V ar W
S ot inqu"r introduced by Rep. bers had no comment on the J& ens, chief engineer of the isth-
SJoe Bi Ital in ir Clare E.offman (R-Mieh). ormaon. mian Canal Commission, n No-
n i"yn," .. | ari I Hoffman, who has been sharply Hoffman, who aid be introdae. vember 1906. He had been alSO- al ri W O IVIirkJ
Stl rin -- AJ J T t|M critical of some phases of U.S.ed his resolution of inquiry after elated with Stevens on their RSk R t dI_ U55.f i
tll --r ,,endy Urdered To St1 p military and diplomatic planning, other efforts fainl to produce Island Railroad in the t tMe 1-m XlC
said he was trying to get at the the figures, also saskd a aerlof a ew
u rCOnc e nnee..d for the' draft and the extent their questions n U.S. military ily.to assist in laying out th p
SDru ProducIon of ou milary commitments a-dperations abroad. rairoad track in Cule o Ga. M CO T. -Peb. UP)-
.a0- O. n.Re, Feb. (1 r broadd" Inry reply, the Defa.mse Depart. lard) Cut to haul the earth a bitanm Police broke up a
arilyn tMonroe and Joe DIM TURIN, Italy, Feb. 16 (UP) He was one of four congressmen ment said o8,000 viMaie workers rock. gas a battl, w k
go see each other renlrY The Schiappaelli Pharmaceutl- who voted ag ainst the four-year are employed at the overseas An resident engineer of the nrAd of a rann lrdwor-i
ht de I- star isTcel8c one of ,L ases.'Central Division he worked di- era union in downtown Mexico

shi rendsto. du Interior Ministry to cease pro- alre backed by 1 e602,000 Poten- under contract t an w d the Coentrals oDisilr he to have store4 In a disagree-
S friend said todaydr. tial combat aas signed tooltae sand. Om.u who absences of Col. illard. He re- ment over a contrdm sndJ .
tases Inth e d States. are paid. In Gem marks. signed after the dry excavation 21 with the national railways.
Marilyn's been tonDned tolher Police seized all deposits of Neither figure includes Wacs. The report aid it costs" $801, was completed and as then One group included "comlunlst
auet, side-street hotel for most opium and other narcotics at Waves, Watsf and women Marines moo a year or these civilian employed by the Panama Gov- elements" opposed to the. ci- -
S the pat 10 da with a cold the company's warehouse here. who are not eligible for combat worker ps 00 a year eminent and was placed n tract, and the other those favor-
and her ..h.sbaad -frequetf-lv duty. to maintain thrt toreroops ch.re of construction of tim i^t. The contract proVided
S4gO b Wy tq sai The order to cease production The report did not give a coun- .nd civilian em plo Chriqu railroad. i frine benefits but no Iwag i-
followed an Inyesti nation carried try-by-c-ty breakdown on the The dp -t t of After his return to te States. crease. ,.
Ifre '1 reconciliation."' out by police, of te former di- disposition of U.S. forces overseas supporting g th eew, e iwas employed by n bi6 Two me w ezpoied 1 h.
i Wnmn.W ovher Irector of the company. bio- but Hoffman said he will request force nee r p U.& am e overnment In U Pa1. M r ,1 6. .
vi Mal.t oMart- chemist Carlo Mgulardl. accused that nformatiet later. c ombat Ad'Mt m e-t of r tse r airS Mgad It ad _tw-p.o
1 6o1Ato e na Inc.. of clandestinoe manufacture and The DhaBse Department did say side the m to I World War. .oV@ Ing. i*an, aoas fike
*,*.. y ., 'commerce of narcotics. the U.S. troop W se a lged to$ ~4 ,90,.be spt l owd. a ., P d asol- "e.g build art ended.
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Britain considers evacastionf
aemoy and Mats, just eft he
ed China mainland, as the next
iportant step In Forseas cease
re efforts now that Nationalist
rces have bees~ withdrawn
rm Ab northern "tachea* otpos
he British were rported to be
rsing the U.S. government to
rsrde Generallisdimo Chlang
l-shek to agree to withdraw
m the off-shore islands and pull
,k to Formosa and the Pesca.
But Britain is said. not to be
essing Washington because It ap-
ciates the American difficulty
obtaining Chinese Nationalist ap-
oval for such a move. .' -*
hangg told a. ews conference
tnday the Nationalists were com-
tted to defend Matsu and Quo-
British sources said Communist
kiness in the latest ceasefire
oves has "put, the timeta b le
k"' and delayed any further e-
cuation o off-shore Islands for
unspecified period.
More concrete arrangements on
vy further evacuation are expect.
to be discussed by Dulies and
itish Foreign Minister Anthony
en when they meet In Bangkok,
ailand, Feb. 23 for the Southeast
ia Treaty Conference.
Meanwhile Red China announe-
details of its new draft law
ich makes "Chinese male eitiz.
s between the ages of 18 and 40"
gible for conscription.
l broadcast by the New China
ws Agency, monitored in To-
o, $aid the draft plan calls for
Irs of three years duty in the
found forces, four years in the
r Force, Cost Guard and five
ars into the Navy.
Peiping announced a shift from
voluntary" to compulsory mill-
ry service on Feb. 10 but gave

Observers familiar with Com.
auist- ChaA's amltary opera-
ens, saidt he rew de e would
make lite dlfepeee to the av-
,raxe Chinese ervieasn. The
voluntaryy" character of e proe
oat Red Chkia army of some 2
lIlMM men a myth, thse
sources saILd.

edd story on po. .j
Ivme '

Classes wim legn .InBalboa
Wednesday at 6:30 p.A. mi the
Winr Memorial Hall and In Mar-
garita Monday at. a le. pm. in
ohe NAihtoCof CelumbusHa "in
Marprita. The cf IIcA will be@
held one night each week for the
following 1 weeks.
On alternate weeks In Balboa,
the lecture will be followed by
an informal question and dlsecuP
son period, or by movies, or by
demonstrations by o9 companT
representatives. ,
he courses on bo 4h 'l t'
the slathmus will be conduct by
an official of the Panama Canal
Apprentice School who recently
completed a seminar In lubrica..
tion at the Massachusetts Intl-
tute of Technology.
Entrance In the course will not
be restricted to members of the
Machinists' Union but will be
available to interested parties on
Invitation from members of the
Those Interested may contact
X. B, Curling secretary .of Locae
811 at 2-159't.

Bid Accepted

For New CMc
Center Al Piaralso
The Isthmian Constuction Co.,
with a lump sum bid of I164,00
was the apparent low bidder oI
the construction of a new cio
center In Paralso, bi4s for which
were opened Thursday morning
In the board room of the Ad-
ministration Building.
The only other bidder for the
work was Framorco Inc. which
entered an offer of $193,423. This
was approximately 338 000 high-
er than the governmeRn estimate
of $160,450.
The new civic center, which
will be the first '"under-one-
rooft" center of its kind built a
such in the Canal Zone, reproe
sents a new concept J architec-
tural planning for hle Zone.

will be a lon narrow, one-tory
structure which will include un-
der one roof. the poet office and
boxes for mall distribution, a
meeting room, a barber shop, and
beauty shop, a medical clanlo
with a waiting room and two
examiingi rooms and a lunch-
eonette. It will be located facing
Paralso Road and backing ont
a parking lot
The bids were divided into four
schedules which included the
construction and installation 6T
utilities; the construction of
pavements, a service drive, re-
taining *Wll, a parking lot and
covered ramp, and the installa-
tion of street lights. .
It is expected that the new
building will be completed bv
August of this year.

Bill To Extend

Reciprocal Trade

On Floor Tomorrow

-Backers of president Eisen-
hower's lUberallsed trade pro-
ram said today they are confl-
ent the House will.bar oppo-
nents from offering 'a task of
crippling amendment.
The bill to revap nd tend
the reciprocal tarf ttin pro-
gram for another eso ears
comes up on the house floor to-
morrow. A vote en a proposes
no-amendment procedure will
provide the first test of opposi-
tion stren gth.
xled with the opening day tor-
amendments to the bill won Ap-
proval of the heou rules .on.- 0
mittee late est f. The vote
taken in closed % Men was .-
,ported to be a to 8.
RO Cleveland U. Bailey tb>
W. VA.), a foe of the reciprocal

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