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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00658
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I government prosecutor Jose N. Lasso de la Vega
Gulzado was Indicted.

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(at microphone) during last night's Assembly session, at

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Be Few More Job

Lt. Gov. H. 0. Paxson flatly told the local rute
sleeve conference yesterday that no man redut-
force is being planned by the Panama Cnoi
On the contrary, he said, there mn be a few
job openings 7iter this year because of the Pacific
overhaul and the 2-cycle power conversion project.
of the company-government bureaus and disionsig
stabilized as to their force at present, he continued.' L
Paxson emphasized the Canal policy of placing 44
rfed employes elsewhere in the organization to the exii
possible when force reductions are required.
Regarding the recently-announced local rate ra
creases for houses wlch are to be vacated in La
conferees were "told that high maintenance costs on
particular hgoses was a major factor in requiring A
rent inmcrqse. It was pointed out that even the
rents on those houses are extremely low.
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Th key to the breaking o tht conference was T. .he
a handsome siege wsp provided byte men crItobal Library continue
er-type,' and themselves. They told authorities in existence until such time as
companion they wanted to seek a priest's the majority of the residents
6w ed drifting along absolution for the fatal shooting the area are. eventually
underground of the CommuniAt chauffeur, to Margarita or othpr Atlatic-
Si anti-Communist when they seized the legation. side towns.
sp*ival-ppel d their Police Commissioner Kurt Kes-. Pfaison anneuzeed that a
way a cordon of armed A1 told them their plight was substantial number et Spn -
police r hoot-to-klU orders hopeless and they had nothing to Ish-lanrage books wi be
ringin Cmmunift Roman- gain by a- fight to the death. placed In elriulation at Bain-
ian legation lhere after it was Reminded they were edge4 ebow Cit, and other school and
seized by a band of anti-Corn- to that, he told them thi rlest public Ubrarfies.
munists in tommygun night could absolve them of thA rvow /
attack. I A request wsa made by Atlan-
Three of tl*e commando team MSMr. eknger drove up to to side representatives for ad*-
surrendered eaterday after a the aten and strde d e itional bus service to Coo Solo
Swis BoGaW, Catholic priest thrOgh the paee lines and Hospital. This matter has been
wielding hisAith as a weapon barbed wire entanglements at referred to the Canal Zone Pub*-
convinced han to lay down their 4:15 p.m. He talked with te lie Transportation Committee
arms. I men for 15 minutes, than went for study.
The broke a 41-hour away in a police cr. Pmteen eson pointed out thatIn-
slege bT. them from their minutes later the three gaVe Westigao to dfte oft"
vow to *8the death for the up. Hn Indiscriminate s of ses
freedom lled countrymen. witlin the heptt unds by
The g up 15 minutes Capt. Herbert Alboth, official bass and w.y hkles has
after the It plodded out of police spokesman, said the anti-. ben most ung to the
the le gat 30 d SO minutes be- Communists smashed legation, patients. A sadfate sola ."t
fore. zero for an assault oy files and tore up Commupist tion Is being aSught sa mat-
Swiss ta nd troops. They propaganda and books, but left! ter of regiir IqW uce.
were theb s of a band which valuables Intact. Cleveland Roberts of La eDo
shot its Wa Sto the villa Mon- "They showed good taste," he Council requastpd tat the Pan-
ay night. s added. I ama Canal Co. om ed and put
Msgr. B trens Sekinger of Emeric Stoffql the Commun-. out some information to Its local
the Dern lty Church was lit charge d'affaires, and his rate employes on the subject of
hailed by for exemplaryy staff were escorted into the Sur-1
courage" I rngng about the rendered building. They left
surrender oftee desperate and soon, however to await a closelTheatre G uild s
heavily e fmen search and tidying up after theta id
ila complete, the intruders.HastyHear
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Wis fareas-hhft- night beginning at 7-30 and to-
ed Into Oon to drive them v o morrow night at the dulld work-
St A drunk driving conviction shop in Ancon.
F aces ma*d and identities against Charles E. Thompson The John Patrick comedy-dra-
t in was upheld this morning i the ma calls for a nurse, orderly,
police car and Wed to the Crntobal Divison U. doctor, and soldirs from Aus-
I District Dowd by Judge Guth. trallsEngland, New Zealand,
trial staon. Swiss officialsmade r. Croasu
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Sw os o We -ethe $100 Impose y a lo*erl Tentative date for the play Is
UWIm cOg ibut the defendant was set for March 8 through April
t. f th Rmala found Vity of the charge. ia. Miss Claude Aycock wVi direct
Toe w the Romanians A $l appeal bond had been the three-acter. Guild members
btlef w w ed posted. T Pon's lawyer was said p s tve members are
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dogen bomb. Our IntelligenceT
Sa '.hhe only problem has been, in tne h 4I oll 4s appointment be-jc a a OK might ba d.
Spas ew weonly problem has, ow the e use of the school segregation flcult. W
White House and its defense agen. s 4 ue-". heie.So thoChaeraius i
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama American. cies could tell It to the American i Second he ha norra I un It r.
Letter are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential public senators dubious him- ter a buw
meaner. Noo matter when our government .. cause 1 ex. 'Wd Manhatta- t
If you contribute letter don't be Impat.ent if it dei n't cppesr the finally decides to tej us 9f the full e merger o.Nknbid. C "
nst day. Letter are published h the order revived. uanger of the Russian bomb, one aTd d t
SPuse. try to keep the letters limited to one page length. thing is certain: We live nder the, ,opstio n h .swar
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. constant threat of a "super-soper" ul si Mpl The ^5w attan This newspaper assumu no responsibility for statements em opinIleom I-earl Harbor. Yet our industries completed. m' *I m 000
ned in etters .fam readers. have not been dispersed our sci. plan's grad. th f, a "- "
o -- entists haeve told the govern. named John M. U srved his rrtt W wrked
LEAST WE CAN DRIVE A TRUCK'/ ment that m-.st of our skilled work- the Supreme Court sh y after Ut b tat b law
'AT LEAST WE CAN DIVE A TRUCK rs re bunched up in "critical the Civil War and althou from ermit also
target areas"- some u1 or 70 of Keptueky and a former alave-ow t mly onc
Bir: these. b coul dsit I o ceer, he was a vigorous d s year. t new combine will
To t. . beenareas"--ome 67 or 70 of these. when the court majority uph1have muchgreater freedom.
To the very loval American citizen, whose eye have been One bomb could disrupt our cred. v action. .ut what te senators want t
opened to the fact that the U.S. Government has not yet man- t and banking systems in the East coniderar about h
aged to solve Its own financial problems before trying to cure so that our entire wage structure pres consider w
the ills of the entire world at the expense of themselves," this swol crumble right across the a vigor ahs randa l bank
letter is addressed. ... U.S. t Ipaid for th m e ll when the school issue comes be. merger, and whether Dewey's new
It is a fact that the taxpayers of the USA have paid for the Meanwhile, the men in whose fore, the Supreme Court again to desk i th law firm ot, Bal.
building of the Canal, and that such jobs which are required for wringing hanes rests a possible ae- decide upon the manner in which lantine, Harlan, Bushby, and Palm-
the operation of the Canal should be given to loyal American fense plan have ignored all sug- southern states should carry out r prt of te d whereby
citizens. I agree to that. gestlons for the rescue of millions the court's original nonsegregati Harlan was appointed to the a8
But may I ask what about the thousands of lives of cheap of worked without whom our In- plr \ J e iI IcIt. preme Court.
labor that the Governfment also imported? Without the now- dustrial power will perish. I That is why certain senators are
envied 25% differential and other so-called fringe benefits, in There's something almost pixyish discreetly and quietly maneuver- BIGGET U. B K"
what were then malaria and yellow fever infested swamps? about the insouciance with wnich Ing to delay Harlan's confirmation.
Though we.are not required to pay income taxes to the gov- the men I refer to have treated \ If s confmation can be post Merger o te C e B and
ernment of the USA, we would do so if It were required of us. this ghastly problem. I refer to .- poned long enough, the court may the Bank of Manhattan will make
But of course the OAO representatives were comparing the Congress. 'or two years now they get no chance to pass upon the i the second biggest bank in the
present $2.48 per hour plus all other 25% and fringe benefits to have had before them tne reportr- / I xecutin of its edict this year. worldi-stu second fidle to A bank
the .96 maximum and no 25% deferential -or other benefits, ex- and recommendations-of a highly or the court has said that it u. ed by an Italia-Amerla
cept a pension at the rate of $1.50 per year or approximately $45 secret probe which went under .e /- would wait to rule until after Har. Calfotra-the Bank o America.
per month. name of "Operation East River." lan takes his seat. The story of the two New York
About the need for the ability of the highly experienced U.S. The. men who ran "Upetatton banks neachee back ofte two early
citizen f6r various job. I feel that we non-citizens could handle East River" for the White House DID DEWEY ARANGE DEAL? wounding o the republic, but the
any -na all such Special Jobs, a I we were. given the necessary were thoroughly Impressed byne history oef America
training anger of H-bomb slaughter. Tey Meanhile, a new and wholly reates only to about 100 wen
Since the government of the*USA has deemed it fitting to sent up the Hill some 200 specific different reason for scruinizing A. P. Glannn, son of a vegetable
keet the children of those men who died in the construction uggeson fr deens of Ame II arl's qualifations has arise eddler in San Francisco uded
of the big ditch, to do the more menial tasks with no other re- ca s working people and their lfam-. 11 1I It e,. For It has now become known s on bank when he d vered
compense than a well earned tnatoth, we are grateful. illes. Nothing came ,own tb, 1 H, tat It!was Tom Dewey who sold that ordinary commercial banks
Although we may not qualify for the more skilled jobs, at agress aid not act on them. .Ike on apointing Harlan to the wouldn't help trance sm. com.
lest we can drive trucks. That doesn't take much skill, does it? CO ess did not even giv tem y BOB RUARK Supreme urt. And having ar. mission men. HIso n bank, which
Just a little experience and observance of the safety rules. serious consideration. ranged forHarlan's exit from the tered to sma epotor, now
At least the Government has given us schools and books, and So we sit like ducxs on a park law firm of Root Ballantine, Har. has deposits of $8,7,0 ,O,o00.
we a read, or likethe lesser species of animals, learn by the pond waiting, hoping that the o Ian, Bushly, and Palmer, Dewey The ank of Manhattan in con.
Sia ,d error lethoe. jarenUi keeps cloes e a r t ,,e ven stepped into The firm of Root eat was founded by Aaron Burr,
trial and error method. iAremli.a keeps C Well. sir. time rolls on, ,all ploy it mostly as a term of en- and-Surh," or "Get her, with the santpned Harlant h an wh later shat nid klld Alexan.
.. .n ...... Citns trlal system is all rightee. and we have come from dearment from mother to child, hearts-and-flowers bit. ." and Pler. ."er a 'aa milt, found r of the Re-
A Non-USCten ui hed up. tIsn't Dea ea by the early honey and sweetie years but you know us. See a good so oh I toward th ,adro ,over ,u, pa '
__'dispersal. Office of Defense Mobili.-dwn through the late natch era thing and beat it to death. Well, "Bit," now moribund except a-I nor o workw persaded iket n 1 B a sing p ca
nation records show tnat we are to arrive at the age of all rightee, lowl mong the squares, got about as a nointt a odisting ihed member of figure In New York, was ac,., d,
preadng out or defense and rou- 11ritee, and Imay besick There s a perfectly spurious muchusage as natch, ht at tinuishe New Yrk la fir by ries ha pr the
SCHOOL GAMES ItAnbsinessfactories at the rand any minute now. Well! love-thy-neighbor business going ter the Second struggle. iatch"a istimn uih dN, N YoLklwfrm
[irs:-,ate of between f I- I can remefiber how very odd on in terms of address. My old seemed to be a pure-bred child to the Supreme Court, andthen ewYorkILegislatuentg
s: ae o t o- ite 'so d~me bea aT od ^n rm ofaddes Myoldee ^ adoabea ebhe De ey, stepe Into the vacan- the new bank extradiary pow-
rate of en tw ur0 and five per-it sounded to hear men call each lady used to call everybody from of the ad agency set, and I used h e ers, ,,,.,nt,,he... .. .'.,
cent fch ytar action Capa-ity other bone and sweetie, when the ragman to policemen "Dear to think if I heard one more per- This Ielftwould be ticked
a n n d o ithb des aend ing school each year. -wh be -tis creite d.
g avi nothing to do with B.H.S. besides attending school We ye. en at ltfor some ur this was te vogue among per. heart," until one day said: "See son say natch, I was going to do chiefly by ai-D Republic The Chase... N.at..al .n
amei and rooting for alma mater C.H.B., I guess I oAuldn't say years. fo now we have actually fectly otherwise norm al execu. here, sweetie. offknock that dear the ax bit then and there. Im It were not for, .r recen t founded by Abraham Litb...se.
anything about Irate Mothers" complaints and "For Albrook" spread asoot 14 to 20 percent of ties on Madison Ave. To hear heart bit or I shall personally I expect that Americans may ter rtary of the trefsre Salmon P
But the latter had a point when he blasted school powers, ande our lie mping system out of some burly six-footer with ape snap your spine." And she said: be the laziest speakers in the crChas of P
e got an argument to add to his. A lot of fellow students have atomic ana nyorogen omb target arms say.Pg "all rightee," for "All rightee," and now she just world, because once a cliche BANK Or MANHATTAN Toether, the two banks will
complained, with me, of the inter-.chool eames which ae play- areas either emphasis or agreement, calls ever body honey and dear lights on the language it is used ATIORNE' hdevpo--t-S of '6,53,0000M 0
edon week aya rather than on Friday nights as theyuaed be. My'simple ended arithmecstrikes me as equally o4d. Yet, and sweee and doesn't dear-endlessly as a crutch. You can ..N a psilts blof @, l
ew kids can cross the Isthmu* on school nights, and it seems telis me ore than 80 percent insidiously you find yourself slip. heart em any more. pick up an average kp type of The b t ban o r hn te Bak o mf ca'.
that school port h e egenrated from the original Idea o_ our i a prout onp'ing into it, and before you know If you cast back and see where the Broadway-Vine-Lincoln Road hieto Usnv- er--r-n ltow tan th ank of A m ri a's.
Irtlwpation in spottaby &l4 e it a private co ltln able to it, you are sa "Well, all I used tfe words mi g be t ain l ang b l hi n fe the Ch Nato a*ltjre/t bye od th
gtae as d u-i a playara n them Mihteoe4.aud hin y jurt gJSmnt strength
s-*n heV = *- :b- 7 A t lebit be mylole t' at a Iully aware o fact that verbs 'ana ade artuMi*'hd and ,SEo OIIo of and
F *e nt aA Thtk Abyat taliy "male aqucal. i Ibt" has abdat h I as A la& gdiat 'iche arti *t (
-h percent o or The New York-Miam-Hollywobd word tb describe anything h iAat-Wou dbsa't need .ahr ad-. __ ..,_ .
.trys- indust.al capacitv and more parlay has always been a suckecverytlung. About thee urme I a S W l either. ere u w im, *. R r.. ,\i. a.e___,.' s______...
t ha.. an ba the ountry'sworkers for a cliche, and It is almost in. last seen in Africa everybody, in. ihen everything from death Ut' tO Ja ew room fo Catpet m not Ji',,, a, _-
JOE MUST KNOW are jammed into 0 beautiful me variably effeminate, an I win-. eluding the cannibals, was using taxes was "sensational" Rgt h etor. te la rm is the at.- on t Lee me
w i e f tca o i raa r e ome b ta r g et A s h o rt t im e a g o e v e r y b it ," b e c a u s e t h e m o v ie s a f a r is B o W e v erld ,' f ebcu lu-on csa C i c t hehlae oAnNK O F theHA T
: tropotan target areas-bea ody a do, or even a living had even infected the local n au What fa~ lus a etoine.for the ank of Manhattan, high e to cae damage or
tentofour ua- do and f a Hollywood hamster Ma with t. What a fabulous hole her poor and ob gave advice dager.
Everyone who advocates the replacement of American citi- tonclest jp et of the p was goin to beat up a strange whead, doll. What a fabulous fa- ranging the merger. So entor --
Feonhnl strhtsthearturbaewas ging.t e at up ma strangewat ,, kno who, lla ,,t
ses by aliens in such a strategic area as the Canal Zone is, r any definition of the word, a subversive, and should be This means that only 10 or 12 a muscle, sweetie, and I'll beat Mau leader saying seriously to Russa, WelL. srl sv0reig new law pantmerI
with accordingly. Information bearing on this situation, planes from an enemy aerial ar- your brains out." a lieutenant, "Now sweette, a- .ID s the natimte personal -
n newspaper clippings, ahould be forwarded to Senator mada need slip through our radar This sweetie routine was invent- bout this-head-chopping bit on the Well, sir, I for one don't use fW throichomr
Snea oed-mastn e and aircraft screens ed by the English in the early Jones farm.. ." Back the other 'em, sweetie even if they are head of the Cs Bdrck fo e
fors 2 percent of the working force Somerset, Maugham epoch, and jungles of New York and Holly- fabulous, aed now I got to do atistomr fre on to nS ta.te
--D.S. iAndther families to be wafted into failly arrived n America via wood, the natives were saying: the good e bit. Well, a ll ntim hri nd of th- cv
.... ..ve a om actors. The English used to em- IDid you dig that bit about Su c- righteeeel Vren Dewey h planned nth ta rni
iut" lideqd. for governor o New York in 1950
Sm te r ir I A i1 it was Winthrop Aldrich who held
I O Nlm Yet is it reported that fully 30 a meeting of top bankers and Re-
I _- I M l percent of all Investment m new *.v. S,1 *Ivl publicans to persuade him to '*
plats In t6eTbig metropolitan can- change his mind. Dewey did
MM (the aongested areas around Ptr change his mind, thereby getting

the central target areas. pT-wbof the race for governor.
... y 5Many l ts parts for essential WASHINGTON-(NEA)- Presi-finance themselves at reasonable That would leave 43 states un-
SeJa b .) | nd fighting craft are pro- dent Eisenhower's special message -under 3 per cent-nterest, able to benefit from this lan, even Now It happens that the Chase
Mual 3 Puca right as If these center stare u Congress on school aid turned There Is some fear that this pro- if Congress a proved i mmedi. Bank and the Bank of Manhattan
4w EM' 'I are a m ese pantould n e u out to be far more liberal than vision would make lending Inst- lately. Most ate legislatures are have been trying to merge for
U Herald~tr band o l mianed ar, we ao e ih not n ucl ost specialists in the field of edu- tutlons jack up their interest rates meeting this year in biennial se- Iand could not get the approval of
Si'est H Rat Tmaterielelsewhere and might not caon expected. to local school authorities. This on. It is doubtful f they could the appropriate authorities.
S ttle the Balamand Seem e able to keep some of oir forces His oal is $7 billion worth of vould force the-sale of their securi- t fast enough to create new state Today, however, approval of the
M by esihsty cah-- 24 Aes 40ReGimps 1 aong new school construction over the ties to the federal government, building agencies or derive any meer seems to .e in the cards.
SA Wate abric Sn of Jaob 41 Roman roads next three years. Six billion of this which is a better risk. good from them through aeral That's where the senators who
C ,a,,brothe and.Leah 42 Knocks .lightly Purc ang agepWt dor the Dle- is to be sta'e funds.h however. So aid during the next two years. pass on Haarani confirmation
Chat awith n(3b.) (Bib.) 43rSmall. and fense Dept. do m at anlwa tme thn e federal share boils down to a For school districts that can't President Eisenhower's proposal come in. Some of them want to
-- these safety eler and the need billon-dollar aid program. borrow money at any price, the for outright U. S. Treasury grants know why the merger was impos-
waie W _, 2 o 4.o for duplication of litiesinocon- That sounds big. But the two- President's plan to have these dis- to the poorer, local school districts sible n 1951 buts poslble in 1 MENTIOND-. W. Cook Is
8 f Sc ino... ~Wan . udderation when they place their and. -ne third billion dollar- tricts rent their school buildings demonstrating their inability to f. eEspecially they want to know considered a ikely eandldae to
M15.sr i8"r dsjkn 471wood plmnt orders. e a 'yed program which the Presi- from new "State School Building once new school construction, is whether Governor Dewey who nqw succeed Maj.-Gn. Ke th
.1 Sar ., a. r ..... IWe're being. very indifferent dent's pan wquld average out to is Agencies" that would finance their what even the all-out states- re laces Haran in the law firm, Nchols asgener
1W 31 Cosmack S hief MNetwitbatand. pbt It all-but keep your eye on cnly slghtly larger thap the $2 construction, is looked upon with rights States seem to want, did a little whispering to New the Atomic Energy-Comlsmi
33Hakesaest lg.(var.) government's mid -Apri test blon being spent this year for considerable misgivings. York state banking authorities to s1on. At present Cook I A
baasting of a specially bult com- new schools. without federal aids. State Boards of Education .lon't The President's message sug. secure tentative advance approve. j deputy general manafr.
6Ymunety of steel and alumino School officials say that isn't like the idea of having any new ests $00 million for this pro am al of the merger.
houses and faotaries in Neveada' g To nieet requirements ftr authority set up with any greater ienr three years. This would uild -
SMaybe Congress will lose some of 40,000 additional classrooms need- powers than they already possess. only' 2000 mOdern scsoolrooms a
t-Was -t pixyishness then ed over the next three years would Also, it is not entirely clear how year-a minor fraction of what's
Sg I v(teo'Satedareatake nearly 'h i b n, at an aver- this plau would work out. reeded.-|
Wbug f es th age cost of to $35,000 a If school districts would haye to e
O e t oom, including land and equip- pay rents high enough to cover For the first fiscal year of opera.
munio m eat. So frt this angle, the the new agencies' administrativ tion, -beinning next July 1, 'the .
a FR< AKS F ENOS President's program is analyzed .osts, plus Jrterest and rincipal bill for the President's aw toe du. . r*
M v psaglel ss B il. as meeting only half tht-need. on what amounts to a sc ool ton- cation is estimated at $471 million
di I -i1- -_ 1 The bill introduced by Sen. H.I structlon. mortgage, and a cotrt ina new obligational authrity. This i e
*IOlS t a WT I' H SAlexander Smith -(R., N.J.) to ckr-.bution to a reserve feed, then the would be divided $250 for

mfm y out the President's program is Autimate coat-to the loeal taxpayer, school bond purchase, $180 million
*1 itW P 4" I-- l now being studied closely by school might be greater manm It is uider for the federal government's half
officials for possible gimmicks. present school bond financing, of the interest and reserve fund
A i The plan to have the federal Three states PennsylvIa, payments to the school building
aa ,1 i i | // \I government buy up $7150 million GLeorgia and .aine now have ueh authorities, $6 million 4nl grants \
S s I'' /worth of local school bonds over schooll building agencies. Indiana nld $5 million in administrative
l I the next three years is brandanew has created an agency -but It ib expenses for the whole works.
The idea is that the U. S govern- net operative. Wiscomf courts de-
Iment would purchase 9uy bon4b flared such an agency unconas- Actual expenses are estimated '
eaWM that lecal school distrts could not tutlonal in that state. at $100 million during the n t year.

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.Your Community Statio NEW YORK- (UP) -a A new
Srams wth re-sharpen-
(Telephone Z-30S) *--pencil does away with redsharpen-
(Telephone: 2-300 ) i ng and features a point that nev-
Spleer breaks per duli.
CWhf u 100,000 hPeop Kseel Although it looks like a com-
rs tmon pencil, the "liquid lead pen-
SreSents cil" operates on the ball point
principle. The secret lies in a cap.
sule of liquefied graphite Inside
ST7dty, Thursday, Feb. 17 the pencil.
S8:15-Freddy Martin Show Lines witten by the new pencil
8:30.-Musalc For Thursday remain at a constant width and
4:00--Feature Review: The Pied never smudge. The "LLP" pros
Ppper (BBC) vides more than six times as
4:30-What's Your F a v o r I t e mueh writing as an ordinary lead
(requests please phone pencil: It is capable of drawing a
before 4:00 straight line three miles in length.
before 4:00nThe pencil tip does not retract.
5 :5-What's Your F a v ari telIErasine with the new pencil Is
_DI,.E naone n the time-h onored way.
( d .. 50--FweetI Thed HotF cParker Pen Co., Janesville, Wis.)
S. . A o p e6:15--BLUE RIBBON SPORTS A new gadget for automob les
RZVIEW is designed to ease driving dis.-
6:0---Wayne King Serenade comfort caused by leg strain. It's
7:00-MAGGI ORGAN MELO- a light-weight metal tube which
DIES can be installed on the steering
7:15--Your D dancing Party wheel.
(VOA) The right side of the driver's
7:30-Report From The USA iight leg rests against a sponge-
.(VOA). covered pad on the tube. This pre-
ROADSIDE VIGIL-ve t death lacl e shows his devotion comrade he sits 8:00-NELSON EDDY'S PENT- vents the leg from leangin to the
AD DE V .-aven l ro the face of eto a i HOUSE PARTY WSea- right a key cause of eg ten-
out a lonely vigil beside his mate, Brownie, ki led by an automobile In Dallas, Tax. Black e 5re-rNes PA RTY (se tn
~whed. at the side o his comPo forVany hor until hewas coaxed away withfoo grams V 8:3-)ove 8cenes Of Long Agie us the
l (BBC) vice may be pushed out of the
9:00-You Asked For It (re- way against the dashboard. (Brit-
quests' please phone tain Products Co., Cuyahoga

ebeauffur Report edly tN -m e is e:Music From Hotel El Pa- and Is dane to tod coEn-
p o:d--s Fnama Hotel E P A new air conditioning "pack.
S10:45-Time For Verse ar e", is designed, to provide com-
n o 11:00-8nmphony F Har plete cooling for the 22,000,000

Rubensthin's Hoodlum Killers 1t-n f1 Tems "
Tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 19 The'I S Wethraar
Ni i Feb,. 17 (UP) -A said he had named "several per- and hold him for ransom. A 6:00-Oign The Alrm ths has an air onditoning po-
SImportant witness n the sons out of jal-an a a one enty the pot went awry and ub Clock Club requests tentlal of some two out of every
Ber*e Rub istein murder case In jail" who were imivolvedin hub- instin was strangled when .he please phone before 7'00) threeo exeting hme .o r othe homes
has, g ,n police the names. of instein's murder last Jan. 'a, fought back against his would-be 7 l30-REVIVALTIME are heated 'by radiators or some
hoodluns t be sti had M t the ean..would noeas sayi aybuctors....._. 8:00--Matinal Mealodies other form of rfdiant heat, or by
mlli ail draft-dodger i. a bun .rres ts had been ma nhe s- "It looks like an u nderworld job 815-Church In The Wildwood floor furnaces and space heaters.
_,d.k.r..-_i,,,.,lo hit, It i o1 erman said qcboz'to.ld detec- snatch," Herman said. ",F r o.t, o8:30-Musical Reveille The compact coo ling unit In-
was dis -ed today. Herman said hotold det.ec- snatch erman sat rm 9:00-News cludes a duct system to handle the
Herman Scholi, a nervous fo- ves the m 'mbe ofthe under- preset inmdica ons it was a entire home, special coils, a fan
Her chauffeur, was ordered held world" who broke into ubnt-nap for ransom job that went 9:'115--3a red Reart hm sei ils, a fan
t 'o haffear, was teriwit in's Fifth Avenu mansion and wrong ." 9:30--As See It land a filter Cooling is supplied
i ball as a m ri -.nstran led him originally planned He added that Scholz, who was 0:00-4ENNIFER'S JOUR NA)L by a refrigerating unit located out-
Dist. A to aeret the millionaire financier picked up Tuesday, is not "at-this (Cutex and Odorono) side int he pard.
S- A- ylexader Her m. ------ point" suspected of having been 10:05-Off The Record (requests It operates during the warm
an accomplice although the 50- -lease phone before 9:30) weather. In winter, the existing
I Tlnr" Ityear-old chauffeur admitted form- 11:00- News system takes over the job of heat-
l0 Mkrlr /Ith A erica L TulaRtin a plan in the past to kid- 11:05Off The Record (contd) i the t thus sue.lemens
s Rubinstein. 11:30-Meet The Entertainers The new unit thus supp-ements
_t 'eneral Sessions Judge Jonah 12:00-News the more costly year-ro nd air
UlT 51 D lcodtinn stewhich ae n lse ordered Scholz held in P ..c odtn.inBsstmBhich bothB.BBBBa
R ~lo s Cs T BE S..N.. R Go 5,000 ball after Herman said hel 12:05-Lunchtime Melodies ctral t. ( rrier C.r.,
.,I TDI feared for the life of the slight 2:30--weet And Hotcentrarerorp.,yr
bey p llla ersfS tON R UCKUa IS 11N lt chauffeur. 1:00--News cuse, N.
-. .. ., Atonepoit Inthebalhearg, .Muslc Of Manhattan A machine that can detect holes
CA DEN, N.J., Feb. 17 t. m(U)- The 150 models of trucks Hierman asked Goldstein to stop 1:30-ons Of The Pioneers nob hi than an onehundrth
ThC AFL International Brthe .- manufactured i the US. po- I questinmg Schot for fear the :45-4ongs Of France (IDF. the diameter of a dot over an "I"
hood of lInernakers Lodge 801 bly will have tubeless tires as chauffeur, an ex-conviet, mig ht 2:00-Date In Hollywood in this Itemis being used by Re.
od f ribd asunounded, standard equipment, Lee R. divulge "vitalnforation. 15- g Americans public Steel Corp. to guard against
ad sridiculous" charn Jackson, president of the Fire- u Scnolz' o safety is.bdefinitelyI n 2:30-TewsBenekershowbicpeeCorp.inohgh-ressane
eas by the Pesident Of those N cw toe ran er mie r s. S e2:45-Han Snow And Hisboiler tubing.
t b .. that thcated tod. lundaerwori d on both sides of ther Rn.w. Rac B
u iYork ws Pbein afee-ra cour a u Jackson believes that with the ane (both mn and out of jail) n:00- est ai o ahtB
suit kin g the firm ans d .Its .expected rise in production ofi would not like to see him testify :15---BLv ayeO Sth
mb rorl tChI .i.s... Wfin tubeless truck tires, the Fre- o i give any. inlormapton tho .in RVI.Ec F or FridayeSo
board callh nLOra IS,.olf. r Satone tubelel tire c will coasti-,ese," Herman said. He seld Scholae 4:30-_elah Mu sic r ie Le
v ery'. r,,en of'iw -, v t"e r ta," witness. L -' ur Ago (lO,
7 of _esr m.Y.k t dee "n -o rson in4 kF the Runste case :3:--What's Ybour Favorite
e .ohuft r ieeg advasntes to i be gaied Oce the 46-year-old financier andl (requests -. plem phoneL
6e, "ne ry rom the use of tubeless truc playboy was found strangled in before 4:00)
_hol Cserdyo this ourt ac tires c listed by Jackson Include. bies ornate bedroom last month. 5:30--News.
cot olhtn cooler running, longer mllee..Officer usaid they had bpen trail-, a :35-WhtO Your av o rite
Hrry pi _e,_ preudit Cfr tube failures an g Sholz since two ays after 6:0-conG IG-stft UT
the c ton .osaid union great sa8vXgI weight.o This o mslaying.h-6:00-s t JEWELRY
medabers or their wives formed.Will'permit owners to Increase A quantity of venetian b 11 n d 6: 15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
etiiafl the entir e smb n t~hItheir truckloads and reduce op- I cord and adhesive tape of the kind REVIEW
of a stockholdes d ommItteencosts,"Jacksondeclared., used to bind and gag Rumntnein 6:30-MelachrinonMusicals
whmch of1I fa V ait charn; The, development of 'a.one- 'asfound in the chauffeur's 6D:45- diPublic Health
wheihh tllbl.-t a ecer dropenter rim by are:leens Borough home, poli c e 7:00--MAcOX ORGAN MELO- I--
Wofe al o i the rastone, makes the mounting and said.olz ad -
o tf tu1 I tobuystokeof M ont- dismounatig of the new truckuOf o ficers also found a stack of m7:D in a
to ntSwato-*hich he seeks tire a seas ra that of a pssenn dating forward from (VOA)
A o g t a, Jackson said. (Advt .) Ruinstein's slaying, and a s u b 7:o-Repo-t From Th USA
I. seyly toer' carge, iPol machine gun, three pistolsand
_pytin om n ih m e thha e o ey said ic nolz ad. 9:00-You Asked For In (re-
tea l htakenr y be m snrdumrted mtrthe weapons had been ga., quests please phone SCHNEIDER LENS.
an s rouy is a e ie n e for an intended bank rob before 8:30)
sttrp d e dcurby r8:30-Story, USA (VOA)
al gP herman carefully avoided men-9:00-Music At Random INTERNATIONAL
in I curupulous-d_ inon-Roen's a &Tuna uCasserole tioning in court any of the namese12Oe .
ca Swi ofL l uo.." o Wit a College Education bcholz might have given aim cur-I .:00-Signof
"i It unlawful tot wekAers to In g the marathon questioning-.
r atifor whcth h *iork" N tA Food and Markets Editor with the man's slaying," Scholz BBC-.Brith Broadcasting Cor- CntraAve.
cabked.*OFn k ao Judge Goldstein.t. -But I do pOton
As I Mlater o tact it, Is T.a v r From Madison, Wisconsn. admit I had ideas of kidnaping RDF-Radodiffuson Francalse Next to Chicago's Bar.
hwly- at"4 on. It proves, th e .comes this lusty recipe for a meal him." USTP-U.S. Treasury Depart-_i_1_ _
wr.k5, faith in the Amerian In a dish, rnkes oA tuna, cannedb Herman said Scholz had enlist-h ment

der arouor sn gathri prina ole mentioned his "interesting

with salt and pepper. Bake in the 1956 OOP presidential nom-
Feb. 3 the Panama Canal moderate oven (280 degrees F.) inating convention In San Fran- | A MtIe II.-
Natral ySociety will have 30 n tes. cisco the week of Aug. 20. eu N YOR
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havlor. Ameritan Mseum of )Makes 44 servings) 'ed to be ratified by the full OOP
Natural Htory, New York City, national Committee when It
whb has become internationally Two 7 once tans solid-paik meets here today.
known be .sage of his work with tuna, 1% tablespoons butter or
the army or Trier ants. His lee- margarine, 1 cup hopped onions, ,
btu_"Kecent Findings on Army, -t teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons pa-
and. Bology" will pika, 3 tablespoons all-purpose l "KENNY
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Zies With Arab States
V, SOME (UP) Italy hopes Ito improve the transportation I
,e become the industrial big from the mines to the port city of I
S other of under-developed Arab Aqaba by means of a railroad 'r
Sne~gbors around the southern; or a trucking hiwhway, con-
4IMediterranean and the Middle struction project which would em-
East. ploy Arab common labor as well
G'iuseppe Vedovato' top govern- as Italian specialists.
n*nt economist, has completed a He also pointed out that Ital- t
mission through the Arab coun- Ii ans could work on a proposed gi.
,tries and has promised to send at ant dam on Jordan's River Jar-'
kItst 100 Italian technicians to ad.- muk, and on the irrigation pro-
vise on a number of projects the gram for the fertile but arid Jor-
1IArabq hope tn launch. dan Valley. He also mentioned the
Vedovato visited such Arabian possibility of Italian mining engi.
,eapitrls as Damascus, Amman. I neers going to Jordan to develop
40ghdad, Beirut, Kuwait. Gedda, the rich potassium and mangan-
Kartoum. Cairo. and Tripoli, as' ee deposits located there. -
..ell as industrial or commercial Such development of Arab na.
:eesters like Aleandria and Aqa- tural resources would benefit It-
h allan industry, which in turn
S-e reported friendliness towardI would sell back to the Arabs
handed Italian commerce and many manufactured projects, Ve-
Id the Arabs want Italian tech- dovato explained.
ineal aid.% In Egypt, Vedovatu found the
a-reements were actually government in need ov technical the"
sa ed ut members of his mis- assistance In the construction of ,.
S!n who represented Italian bank- a fertilizer plant, and in the Su-
S or industrial groups made Oi- dan he found need of Italian help
I reel contacts with interested per- p- the building of a rail and high-
i a"q in the various countries way network.
,,'edovato pointed out that Arab Libya, formerly an Italian col-
countrlea are rpim rily interested ony and now a United Nations- I
'i Italian aid for construction of sponsored free kingdom. has i
hydro-electric plants, naval instal-I asked Italian help in irrigation
Slatlons, mechanical and industrial projects and in development of
facilities, raqiroads, highways and Iartesian wells.
poblie buildings.
Thus Italy's. big annual crop of Italy herself is investing billions
Suniverasity-trained specialists may of lire in, self-improvement with
be funneled Into work on projects her eye on the eventual Mediter-
aFound the Mediterranean. ranean and Middle Eastern mar-
_Vedovato gave numerous exam- ket. Thp regional government of
plea of ways In which Italian tech- Sicily has invited British and PARACHUTING FROM THE SKIES, men and materiel float over the
nicians can help Arabian projects. American oil companies to explore bleak, snow-covered wilderness near Caswell, Alaska, where the -
In Jordan, he foresees the raising her oil resources, from which Si- Army and Air Force are conducting joint Operation "Snow Bird."
of phosphate production from 40,- cly will derive approximately one The month-long maneuver will continue until mid-February.
000 to 500 000 tons a year. half of all profits under the licens- h
The Italian economist's plan Is ing agreement.

Irrigation Expert Warns West

Of Imminent Water Problem

LOS ANGELES-(UP)-Water,. could be used for expanded Irri-
the West's major natural resource. gation and other needs include
is being badly misused, and if Hudson Bay in North Dakota, the
something isn't done about it soon,, Mississippi River for the Great
tb area stretching from the Great Plains area. the Gulf of Mexico
Plains to the Pacific Coast will for Texas and part of New Mexl-
not be itble to meet the'demands co, the Gulf of California for the
of the future, an Irrigation expert Colorado River watershed land,
has warned. I the great basins of the north and
SMartin R. Hubeity, professor of south Pacific coast
Irrigation and engineering on the These seven major drainage ba-
Los Angeles campus of the Uni- sins cover approximately 1,118,000
versity of California, pointed out miles, he slid, and .when and if
that the West uses most of Its developed, could provide all the
water for irrigation, water necessary for expanding
But. he added, only two per cent needs.
of that vast land area is under Ir. In the meantime. he warned,
rfgation, and, because of poor the West's largest single fresh wa-
methods, much of the water now ter source is the Columbia River
in use Is IIs-by evaporation. ''. I through which 150,000,000 (M)
Huberty ae#ucbd thatJe UdhI acre-feet of fresi water arj an-.
must learn Irrf i on we- nually lost to the sea.
ter more effauvlb. if their land
Is to produce enotih food to meet
the demands of a growing popula-
To conserve the water already
* available, Huberty added, indus-
try should make a conscious ef- ,
fort not to pollute water supply
unnecessarily' so it will be avail-
able for c-use.
As for developing new sources 7
of water supply. Huberty warned
that neither cloud-seeding nor re-
S claiming sea water are likely to
help out in the immediate future. 12
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do show promise for reclaiming Moybe the reason a committee I
slightly salty waters in arid re-, keeps minutes s on account of
glonw. the hour they woste. e*u I
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*S.S. "MORAZAN .................................Feb. 19
3S.S. "HIBUERAS" ..............................Feb. 2W
S.S. "MABELLA" ...............................March 1
8.S. "MATAW RA" ..............................March 4
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S.S. "PARISMINA" ..............................Feb. 14
S.8. "VINDEGGEN" .............................Feb. 20
8.S. "SAN JOSE" ................................ Feb. 21
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For your Ilfermation the latest 'a la ,a a
awrve.Is at the Panamamonte Ho. MRS.'ICIAR OARIM AS (far risht), wife of the President of the
1t ul eis~fir. T. Y. Denham, Pepubcbof s stands by as Irs.Uiton Z. ileMs, wife of
M1r. N.l.noa Mr Franes Es. the 15th tat Commandat points out am on a
ce. ry Jr., and r. Eduardo Val- large map used to i ustrate a talk given d o et the lu through-
des, all df Panama; also Mise s oilt the world, Look. i on is Mrs. Harry msom preldent of L
D deo acay of Los Angeles, the Navy Office r WI s' Club wlich sponsored the gather ing.
San n ,avidrs. Ofeia de Na Over O 300 women, including the wives of high Panamanian Gov- VROD1
u p. i .. t. oN- Cs.on. a i.. .art ..o.e-r-ng- Rotva- ,,D- century are lf avid. em ent officials, the dlomatic cor 2 the Canal ne Govern-
ri' AT.B l.MrON.C rn menButler,Mrs. M ry Sao, Mr T. J. Butler, Ari. Aeds,. menre and te mlitar agencies attended the af~i at the
Jr., asd tiot .rNM "to E. .An presidentnt of tbe Nati-onal As9by . Wiv. Club. A.S.y C Navy Photlub.

~Stra st lJ.- ur.! t.ev Ing ...... brate ,o p M. m. A. -t. ,,retCo l m can r Wf Club held at the At- o_-thedw-y plaee- has. Vdted, /"
c ors.John Jt. D av CanTi e.d Te Panama's Presi-.N y

atlt h yprs..te in in rt.. ex.d ,e Se Aaas, and e t my m RNavy Clubard Arias. while a om il er uSband rs. armen Espinosa de A-

oversry wth m oA a brthda y c e was Lne wih .. r uc M r and danrs. -men o als, .iplomane lrs. Mes deserted hr traAesl Guests ncludedMrs. W:. .. ar.
eaIa AT -LA bLFmoLoWosy tickOladbeen received Ire PUant iama io i t e t 'anal inthe FRar East, Asia, MldiY hlson, Jr., Mrsd W. K, Harmaon

foan Iay wed theceremon o m zo Gover en, as we as e ast, Eur Alaska, Hwati onad Sng Officer Mrs. Li the l McGar, Mr
_Spa the e. ,,,t Cus stl- a -- -- "in 'Re -s N-e so ce W ives' Cls mthe a of the an ms tamsi n out o M'r s.n C .. oL w C ae.
S eI .urday ev n g to el bra the fompmtedl o s of blAn Ameri tCanhdaa untal zoone e th Cape Horn. n u de R aispr o rs. Wi ThoCb n

-Th i Rt sp rshre b uyo ion s ooago. re t and Mrs. tan e sW hene Ai olherswa lard rh e s rsa rmn M. A dr A .
touieTM' t~- Cir dPeIe a n Jan hie Hiret 5f teah lucbe and Mr s.- Usie wenh n. Z H r. odued b Na y Crawforv Mrs. J d ent Gibbs,
AGa dlmase sal owed t c o .i b .thr an a ird te an Ithe F ra ot, esirld1e ln-,IJr., M r.W I. Harridt Wsili g on ,

set"hao td o nubtn C.mHood, l N. A.tla re m asn uN
er terment locally th support and 0on and Mrs. bJose Ma ra Go II
Beat--u Id as extraora e _er fr ad t,.- tempatont M a C and Mrs. annteeshtin an dino ma ofi thfcr Wives' Club foresidnt Mrs. Jhanlbecs, Mras .
t Iw t d a e r a p aern eed bnbN ou r y rottd e tod Mrs. Ju qu eopo s xQran, Catr. and ,d r

fir ,al of a m th sIbrsent cetur for study In ountres r tan Mrs. John J.Dav s, Lt. Caol. ad y-u- Yass e. Mr. A Germar n cra .u
*ag f&Jladrousstid mel w Mrs OS. ArffMrs. Oa abr g Mrs. V.-
tothe one. club r te bwn. Rotary was t. t Re ar doM S npelnRtr, Mr. and rto*"Iutor" ..........e. X...La .r.
.. hr- e. ande, the r vi,, Clu.bs, ,d ov--,rMrs o A. Slas, Mr.and Mrs. Mrsi J. J' Pri a Fa mily ,", .M lrso. N r.,a M.oe .auris on,:
to 'eMarta Usgueda, Mrs. Enr 1ue La-
,00 , Chme I mP Gmaifeet- ;, na. Igrps, ho. av sa.. .. r.tr . b.en. .. Are, H .Mr. c d Mas.ol ar
outlAl ADO.e.... GA T t an l s1 ,,r, i,,.pda Tlterz he pattern yo nr rbr..Fan rankX.,rl.m e. i
1ge it .an American cum tarned iibry aL.ta. -y. t.. .s ad Mrs. une-riq e ef-Am.. ---d m ofth Aeic.S n y ou d lforriarnC.H Mrsan Chabe, Mrs. TN.AI
swir- f. in C in 191 Rev, u Cb closd h Dr and Mrs. Pn.t umo oertoavoled aroundH Cue a res.o, CMrs. PE a r, ,
ot.*a, o.soo vwod,.RAr. r ee t oYO k -- e _o sy s i a A '...s Mrs. Pe
ta e in H r idthe releora sD srides made a nd Mrs. M trC. aas n, rr.D enb eveetba A oC .J arA.
Progr s o p m -- -a s R. r 0rs ofy.ts.a. d Mrs. C. ar.es '-t s Mr. b.mar, Mrs. ,. sa, Mrs. G. Bi
S, eled MA ns J a res, Mrs. Te a uner, Mra. CarlI
the "ileA.. ,b fta f met n. 'l u herMps ol,,,, ,....,L, '. . Be .f th -- he n ws. *
and *i** *'" orWoSeve e Wives'... ...''Mrs."J., M s. W. J.t

b'y W1o$, r ovidedtoI"rJo ] IB..ge'r Ambassa do rr to Pa as. Will willa m

i shortly ter ate his diploratc ue one
y "Bar t'"h". e d tisaed 006 Mr ."Win.d .Tm io rs e Cacan d o. M rs .dGe a n .. ru
/ del aciico i on eb 27 Cream y rn.ia to new beauty, 1. theCircle Poen Cold Cream upE CheM t

'IPt Aoe n' Iob tHeie rereonbo fwa scoP an1a lagat.cMtr.Rnando. Mr s.oPathr.t'tSforehMddThi Octv Mos V
I ; s JbyMr.B.Fadxelrn p rllarr t.t.hiddendire ttar Iae e ean d lamil w. drC ,.v. DieMs, Mrs.T d.e.
as anoth REMoNkCATEA LoPanama about March 17a Airposopenibgsencourg. wel.. 2.C'fine" Mir N moe V t, I
i ho t' .atIh M. an sim h basy i n lrrge pores, biackhend. Pond's Cold Cream. TAu of,
to a=d rwthtmC.r. ar ;m M. arCr msspec"D..Mrs. T. y-lCniniin aM C W r.Ed-L"

-t-.Amricaclba Ii h7 ar Carm. Ari.and .eieddTd keth . make in. Start now. Youll fnd ot BUY YOUR ENTRANCE TICKETS
SRaoe al your skin look a rEearer in color, care do so much good for ys aEnu

was, a1in d EnC b I16.ReAr ias moe Ier ts te-ra. BMry nint: skin--o quicklyJr 1you d lresi TO THE ENTIRE 4 NIo HTS

S" Club was or- I by thatinview ofM.an rses ieu of toe Bepu- L &
Stfb Aiviwedo strides, eampbertalBsr.,reedttMsy at a C11nM rSAVE MONEY -, RESERVE A TAA.DLEu
uandrrt oW hopaa aer foaled ei a wards, Mrs. Mari Ednan, Mrs.Cl
10", ,A -s,. tl ggC. .erret. M era.r (aQY. ei, Mrs& JL Fa. Sey, Mrsbelw
do -.. Yea_8,, ,t-l v.ht, uW s.r.So .Fi s ... .
.- .,,,-y.,-, ..., l ,~. Sm. U-. r .,' Lrs, F. FiT. patik Mrs. C. .
III"G'.o.i,,, ... r p B k, "-A. F ke Mrs. Jaer s B urank, Jr.,
/R SyB nd, ..Bunch C. a- Mrs. 'Geohegan' iss Ma-

I : herJW.aBwen, Ps..TJoseD Y aFei ..
RIR ... it..peEial r Fjift|ei SH! Cref h, e E,,E,,B H Mrs. willam artCh, Mrs. ... emq.f,-aI
M rs. Eric A. reuh, Bri F -umphreys, Mrs
I ,- m%*Io t bIrmbasadanmIadr. P .anama.,Gwill I W r ..-sEA"
Ig F.erandwllMleaved ors

0---L LyonDr.7and"Allier.Mrs.RoberelE PacifficM sm on the/N- r P P l 7
*er.andlrl e o sucieednlebyMrool.ins. Creamyors tonebeauty, ]. Circle Poe Cold Cream umIli
tobehldon ]F 11r.8I, 95.tand n eers. on D ho, acc id lo--, so- et.. ,, enl do. Gt from-threat tosforehead. rI I I -.V l Mr.lleset
.- " by Mrs. edmen. will arrive I at hidden dirthathardens an ten es ,tied.. dirt. Tise ,- .. .. .. .. .
WP a.Panama about March 1l. i 4ss"n opa.uIs en1couraM- ,'ell. 2. nsins. D wttM morervl

.,Rtan r dand M rs .o and i o. of ceam r,, sofeniCl protect

M Mrs. L. r .C..Dor n oaenc r c e e o c o f u
Wm, enie'ttithr.Aeeatly at al i - SAVE MONEY--- REoA VE A TADLEn
i_ Withoatherfomeli s-includedwardsMrs"La. c smooths, b. ni=x
SBule .v 7."" . -et. M. Per- i. EngnleM, mrs. J Froei-I, iMrs
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4 _AuB A PlCIA7DO s store No
KMORRISON o Of July Ave. J
Juto ,Arommtena Ave. and 3 Hi.
182 La Carrasquillls


Sif You Have a
You Need
A New Amu a s it
Waste Dege.1
ar Lsw Cot. Mo .tl I

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:1 black trom Lu: .' tel.

Dr. C. E. Fabrego
Denture Uridiework
Alrbradve Genertt DentetryI
Tivolt Ave. No. 21A-24 ,
Telephone 2-2011 PanSUM l
(I rent Anen School iayground)

I* ensure In
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contit act
iPhone Panama 2-e552
4th of July Avenue No. 14-28
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1 CAS A ZALDO Asenels anL de PobBcAdMl FAaiC OWIUD
S. Camal Ave. 14 C liral Ave.
-No. 3 Lottery Plaza rqu.. L-vr I "7 i.t ,... If^'lta
Fourth of July ve Centl A
MANAMA AMERICAN Via bpea No.34 .
if s t... No A8 .....

FOR SALE:-7 omece (6 strand
*Rotton living room set. excellent
condition. See at 168 Belsaorio
Porras (cottage rear, San Fran-
cisco. Phone 84-5105. Fort Kob-
be. Ask for Sgt. Gordon

FOR SALE:-Upholstered sofa.
Rattan coffee table Mahogany
chests of drawers. Alberto No-
varro No. 6. El Cangrejo..

FOr' SALE:-1 porcelain refri-
es fator, very reasonable. Light
b4 ind used very short time. Call
Pabla 2-4327.
FOR SALE:-Household effects.
including one green Davenport
in good condition Also two West-
inghoude refrigerators. 25-cycle.
ne new and one old' New one
is 2 years old and will sell for
$175.00. The o'd one for $50.-
Con be seen at Transodrtes Box-
ter, 17 Colle J. de la Osso. Pan-
ama, between 10 00 o.m. and
1:00 p.m., every day but Sun-
day. Ask for Mrs. Selee. Phone

Real Estate
SFOR SALE:-House and .rqe
lot Chilibre Tronsi.thmian High-
Sway, : $450.00. Don Eastman,
Poraiso. Tel. 4-167.
FOR SALE:-Luxurious residence
at "El Cangrejo." completely
furnished. Tel. 3-0912.
FOR SALE:-Formn 3 miles from
Chorrdro 44 4-5 hectareas, wat-
er ,oll year, natioutil land with
papers and plan good for cattle,
2 houses in Chorrera. Box 92,
Ancon, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE:-Concrete house and
Slrnishing in Saita Clara, 8000
meters fenced 'land. opposite
Williams .Blue Cottage. Inspect
any weekend.. Twrms. Norman
Hodstale Noaw 3295 or 2488&

FOR SALE:-1954 German Ford,
excellent condition Duty poad.
Phone Panama 3-6082
FOR SALE--Make your offer.
Good transportation. Excellent
rubber, completely oevrhouled.
Plymouth 1949 Sedan. Hassine,
Central Avenue 18-45. Tele-
phone 2-3483 business hours.
FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile
Super 88. 2-door. 11.500 miles,
Hyd.. radio, W/W tires, blue,
excellent condition. Albrook 86-
FOR SALE:-For immediate de-
livery at direct shipment price a
19>5 Ford Country Sedan Sta-
ton Wagon V8. 8 passengers
with Fordor atic tinted glass.
W-S5-W vinyl upholstery. Your
friend Ford dealer Agehcias Cos-
mos S. A., Colon. Reg. de Pan-
FOR SALE.-1948 Packard Con-
vertible A-1 condition, new paint
job, new tiWS riew battery, ra-
dio, engine recently overhauled.
A duty paid cdr. One owner,
owned by Bob Groham. Can be
seen at 5508-B Hoines Street.
Diablo Heights. .
FOR SALE:-1 Chevrolet 1951
Convertible P.G. beautiful ori-
ginol silver green, nearly new
top excellent condition through
P.A.A. employee leaving Isthmus.
.Best offer until Friday,. Phone

FOR SALE:-1950 Buick 4-dor
Super. A really beautifull car,
with Dynaflow,' radio, has W.S-
W and other extras, Duty paid.
A sacrifice at $895.00. Phone
Kobbe 6276 or 2245 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE-1954 Plymouth 4-
elor Sedan. Radio, high drive, k
beautiful car, has W-S-W, and
other extras. Call Kobbe 6276
or Panama 3-2140 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:-Buick Super Rilera
1953. W-S-W, -two tone, wire
whees, reenglas.thougout

S e wheels, green glss throughout,ne l-
alings Cuban Boxers Whip rd __"_ _ephoe_ _

9i ii..tim. Good tires, ood condItion.
ward .- man ar j *Phe 236i.O0rllin owner
New Yor*Otf bfice h an e.
Canal ColpanY, Bz e.,
t 80 assengers c dheduled ir rhid
s bou4 the Pan a hna gh' AsdOldOV
Prhe Pc .oman ie by' f Mres. featherweight Hector Varonl g ,1 A
-Anam panied from W"f Suicide,

-'al heduled'o sAll on the In lat night's Golden PsycMatrlso
ama Is Edward H. alaall, matches.,
e of the Locks curity In on eatherwe SA FRANCISCO (UP) The
bach, who is return frain other open, faRANCISco--(up)--The
castion'He is accompainled by divisi action RenxAng roots of suicide lie in a childhood
Salall. Cuba decision Wlley Giles of conflict according to Dr. Donald
-l. ves.l is edMagic City andr Bob Kinkade'of D. Jacison, a clinical instructor
wthe vee as schedule booed al .Miami decisioned Wilfredo Hurst, in psychiatry in th nivsit
t 5au-Prince, ltl t Cu California School of Medicine.
p "lt-au-Prine. l -ti. It appears that suicidal Individ-
e ltcom fo road fvace s In the open ftywelkbt class, uai have experiencelid, during
Mr. au Mr.. Gordon Belyea Jose R tgres of Cuba decsloned their childhood, severe rejection
M s. adn Fred Wirth aof ale. Osmara by one or both parents, he said,
LtrOn; r. andMrs Je 'rBlue -nh Hernao e eof Cubs wOn by de-,a'din
S Mr..ar d ; Mrs.... M.l'vin R .fault 'over Frank Dent of the .
uosh; Mr-Jand. Mrtsw ien v i ,.Miami Marines in the opert light-' "As long as such an individual
So a r ndrtr Hen weight class. livess in a situation in which he
e CrMe rtr Mrs_ n-iweig -ht. I --- casis continually acce ted, his con-
cr.dand, Mrs. A E Co. I o lase
andl; ]'.n Mrs. A. E. .CO-. fict may not break out into the
r-,and Mrs. Jasper Ceg r' 1 .L w riAer Us ai open. But If he encounters an ex
thi1dren; Mrs. A. CrOk- ApIp- HI perience producing a marked feel-
m.ffi..utb" o a o ng of rejection . he may no
Peter DeStef anoml el M sieums loner be able to repress his con.

oi Ob- Mrs. -Ella- B2 -- (UP AUthor The major situations in which
bti^. ,q'r. tOWad Mra. J.ic.Har maond Gb son, who suielde tends to occur Dr. Jack.
Grace:.e. No so7,aid .dIrectein hI son said, can be classified rough-.
ll,. 'his Beacon treet home, 1 Into two groups: (1),those In-
"Forty Steps," at valv outr'b rejection, such as
sir contents Ibe left dvorcerls1 a job; (2)' the
the" -:gcmp 1859 to eexap leoss of prestige or a failure in,
Syear-eol writer said he oeas:-work,.'
Swa w es to become Iu- W or' et

mmd ue. k ge Tree>
.... coveredd .

andRowln:d '" 0. A tree that
Lwarts; Mr. anI*d i rf0oM00o years old was up-
lv: Kenneth 8t- .here recently when a far-
Mra. Oakes A. mer started to dig a new farm
hn A. Timm: pond.
M Beatrice Ohio State University geologists,
id- .Tre: lwin examAing the find. thought it was
d Mr. and Mrs. fejild by an ancient glacier which
nreeved down from the morth and
--.. covered the state.
The tree. almost perfectly pre-
y END- served was found in a vein of
blue-gray clay which the experts
s. -:(UP)--W n began tistg for radioactivity to
uker. dIed. bere'confirm Its true ase.
cum e hee hed. I
- "Catr CuRP Halibethions

-- TO Observe
" |l3th AppiMersary
A. ee elebrate

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MEMPHIS. Tenn. -(P)-Sewi-
eral years ago, Sam Barrett founo
an autqlpcr Pencil on the fleer
of a ,W
Several =mi-s later, be noticed
that engqej o;ti* band was the
name Ct .ce w. Narrett-the
same as that of a cousin he hadn't
sTeen tWer daV. ,pd.wie whbo
he 'I et.
T l there day, w visiting his

Pentecostal Assembly of God.
etc.) Fellowship meetings Sun-
days 7.30 p.m. in Library USO
IJWBI Building, Balboa..
DEYING: shirts, suits, dresses,
rugs. AlI kinds of textile. Tropi-
cal Cleaners. Via EspaAor 830.
Tel. 3-0871. Branch 24th Street
East and Central Avenue. Tel.
DR. WENDEHAK Medical Clin-
ic. 209 Central4'enue, beie t
obpltoHe Theater. Phone 2-"479

FOR SALE:- Bicycle 28". $15.-
3 Venetian blinds type No. I
cottage, basswood porch blinds.
Balboa 2-1744.
FOR"SALE:- Great assortmrnt
of lamps of all types, at % Iw "
coft prices. European Furniure
Store, Central Ave. and 21st St.'
East.-. ; ." ; -
FOR SALE:--Deep freeze, 60-
cycle. 30-30 shot gun. Bird and
cage (Maooow). Curundu 2154-
C. Tel. 83-4147. .
FOR SALE: -For', you parties
Siron folding choirs, upholstered.
seat, wooden folding dchdirs., In' .
great quantities. Special prices.*'
Muebleria Europeoa. "
FOR SALE: Guitar, excellent,
condition, $35.00. Phone Balbbo
Help Wanted
WANTED:-Cook and maid for
general housework, good salary,
has to live in, with references.
Colle 3-0912, i


WANTED:-Uhfuislthed 2 or 3
bedroom aoprtment in Campo
Alegre or El Cargrejo. PHone
'Panama 3-0919. .

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FOR. RENT:-.T* well furnfih-
ed ventilated room-.--connciflng
bathroom, private entrance, suit-
able 3 bochelos friends. Meals t.
reasonable price, near by Gerar"
do Orteda 10, Campo Alegre.
SFOR RENT:-One or two roomrr
(one furnished) in forniy house,
,to resporsoble person or couple
without children. Bella Vista
45th St No. 4-107.
FOR RENt:-Furnished or un-
furnished room for bachelor or
couple. 75., Estudiante St., Apt.
FOR RENT:- To single person
ona large front room, top floor.
Central Ave. 19-18.

World Sugar Surplus

In '55 Will Exceed

- World sugar production this
year will exceed demand so
Greatly that a surplus of more
than 12,00,000 tons will be on
hand at the end of the season,
the agriculture department es-
timated today.
The depaOmeut *e mted that
production from the 1954-55
Bar cane and sugar beet crope
w be S,1M 00A tons--only
slightly le than the record-
high output of 40,000,000 t
laIt year. .

"The carrvower at the end of
the 12,000A0 tons =t the begbx-

W'idd pptia 5 ofeane sug-

o *htly et

arifor mte
piEr M~bbtow
apdim.iridt. IAt I
linii... nm .u.j .


"VYe In have a .wederful
*tUI" S lvek iPajtmente
4lMj leosrw the *InhieMing
elr .rm-t of PMeae"' ARaes

$1fRAPNL'$ fumihdd houses..
op bte.h at Santa C1ar. Tele-
pnt fTHOMPSON, olboa 1772.
SGri Clara Beach
Odarncgn' cIvnlence,
d p te. hope Gamboa

FOT AGE one mile
st Ur. Low-rates--
Phorte.l,;fb 8.

WH,~,S nta Clara Beach
CottOg .-l rOgas, refrigeration,
2-4edroq Phone Balboo 3050.
PhIUp, OCeeqide co t ta ge s,..
Sbttld Clari. Box 435. Balboa.
"Phone Parnino 3-1877 .Cristo-
boal 3-1673. iX
Boldwin's apartments for rent at
Santa Clra. Phone Balboa 3681
for reservJtions.

'WThoea h abetter than you
.hiik take yeur family by car te
a;el lseueud In tde a4inMbow
hslhll dif. F Pmous enamnte
ImonMalW.eoll. Ratese frm $7
--deilt full beard.".

ATTENTION 6.I.! Just b u it
mOdem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT--Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambrr Apart-
mentij 10th Street. Phone 1386,
Colon. .
FOR RENT:-Vacation Quarters,
March 3rd thru June. Fully fur-
nished, good 'location, Ancon.
Call 2-6315.

FOR RENT:--Three room apart-
ment, El Coco. Seventh Ave. No.
10. Tel.'3-2189.
FOR RENT:-Furlishd' opprt-
Smenit 2 bedroamq Jivlng e.
dinln reonm. porch 2bothrramr '
48th Street No. 27, Bell8 Vista.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom eeol
spadcous, desirable apartment in
best residential district. Call 2-
1661 during business hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished one-
room apartment screened, kitch-
en, porch, telephone, garage.
Tel. 3-5583.

FOR RENT:-Apartment 2 bIed-
robms, "kitchen, sittin-ding- g
room. Porras Avenue 56, $65.-
Call telephone 2-2316, 3-0234.
Key apartment 3.

FOR ENT.-2-bedroom apart-
ment. living-dining room. two
baths, maid's room, garage,
laundry facilities. 44th St. No.
32, Apt. 4. Bella Vista. Tel I-

FOR RENT:-Modem, ventilated
nad screened apartment. W. T..
Lurn. No. 61 4th of Julf Ave-

FOR RENT:- Threa bedrooms
chalet. All modern conveniences.
Geraro Ortega 10. Conlo Ale-

FOR RENT:-lmmediately for 2
. months, furnished chalet. Corner
of 50 and 16th Poitillo. $140.-
monthly. Telephone 3-1897.

Fer RBet: Comfortble 3
parate Mald's cottage, w
2,800. m. ground. UDfiurn--;
aed,.tr water, usaarps-
sod for children.
Rent $10.0. Location: Al-
'otaSnra, old entrance to
Gol Club.

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Iu sdo-3I

tnnag new uUe.to. Ven-.
czuelw's L tt1.4 where
oil derrick p lt of the wa-
ter like the tres id -fore#t.
It is a platform about he size
of a football field, resting 14 feet
above the lake's waters oa 350
concrete piles driven into theake
bed. -
On. the platform, seven miles
offshore In the midst of the der-
rick "forest." are buildings that
house huge engines, elaborate con-
trol panels and other engineering
devices -
It's the Creole Petroleum Cor-
poration's new gas conservation
plant which was, dedicated recent-
ly, Its-job'is to boost the already
rich yield of crude oil in, the _ake
Marceibo basin, which now pro-
vides 10 -er cent of the world's
petroleum. This Is how it works.r
The natural gas which always
comes up with chrde 'il in drill-
ing operations Is separated and
piped to the unique plant on the
- There the huge machines take
over and shoot the gap at terrific
pressure back down t'below the
lake bottom, where what engineers
call "the oil producing formation"
is located.
This formation Is a tilted bed qf
three sections of sandstone, about
9,800 acres in area. The vital oil
is tn the lower and middle parts
of the formation. The gas, shot
back Into the well at great Pres-
sure, foees the oil into weSa At
the "bottom" end-of the tilted
This oil, which, would not be e9-
taminable otherwise, then is piple
up. helps malatals1 .seMuui
as the third greatest peftsnuAt*
producing nation of the world, out..
ranked onl by the United States
and Russia.
Creole Petroleum engineers, who
have overcome many problems in
bringing oil up through 62 to 65
feet of water from the lake bot-
tom, really had a tough one in
piping i to the "new look" plant.
The job involved laying about 12
miles of p' e on the floor of the
lake to' carry the gas from eight
-"flow stations" where it Is sepa-
rated from the oil. The pipes had
to be 24 to 30 Inches in size, which
made them buoyant in the lake

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All creditors of LAS MINA E CAM A0.A,
S. A. arid of the CAPIRA CORPORATION mw~, -
vised that the assets of these Cbmpnies
been collected and consequently we will proonee
to pay the creditors proportionately.
All creditors must send their bills with the
i necessary vouchers to Mr. Louis Marhinz, Post
officee Box 697, or to his office at Avenida 'loyi
Alfaro No. 81-83, not later than March 15. 1955.

L. MARTINZ, Liquidator
Panama, February 15, 1955.

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The buoyancy problem was
solved by encasing each pipe in
concrete to hold it to the bottom
of the lake. By that process, each
foot of 30-inch pipe weighed 562

Separator For Hnam

Bood W1I 1 p I

Medical Research
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -(UP)--
Human blood can be separated
and Its components packaged In
separate containers by a machine
developed by Harvard Medical
School and a Cambridge indus.
trial research firm.
The "Frattionator," as the de-
vice Is called. is said to eliminate
the present hazard of contamina-
tion from blood processing.
The "Fracitonator" Is the size of
a -me washing machine. Tubing
and connections are of plastic ra-
ther than glass and rubber be-
cause the latter substances cause
blood to adhere.
The machine w l permit man
reh on blood's eco m o
ad Its expected to- Q to
wdver of new materials to aO -
at disease.

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Ja14es mBWART Ruth ROMAN SGorge Raft
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Stephen iNALLY Roaita MWt"D

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by I0I0Its J Iiia@s Written for NEA Service
ROLLYWOOD1 (-NS A)- Exclu hero in his last four films is look.
aMM Yours: Audie Murphy and Ilg for a bit wheel, big eel role
its U-I bosses have squared off in for his first Independent move. 21a1 a2
a b tWe over big new contract a He's A '--
Ial out for double the money FOR THE FIRST TIME since' $ 4107
ffe, top scrpts and a depar- 19M, as far as I carn discover, the w l
tare from the usual westerns in word "sex" has popped p in a
whilcB hbs cast. film ftles-U-Il's The Second M
He still has a week's work to do Greatest Sex." The 169 flicker A T10a 8 8
Ships screen Autobiography, "To p as "Sex Maddles." produced- -0 4I V 4
lell an A ogck." AND I not dreaming-by Public 043 -VQ94 1063
If the stdte doesn't meet hIl Welfare Pictures Inc. (7) *,10741
tormus Audle will say toie Hal -with--
t e 2 wi't be B o ack. Television's "Public Defender," SOUTH (D)
.____. Reed Hadley, is about to sign a 64 J 3
Jack .Webb's ex-wife, Julie Lon big three-pictire starring contract 9 lNone
don, Is. Inches away from signInglwith Aubrey Schenck and Howard .AIJ4
for a comeback film. She's being Koch. They figure he packs the
tarot e by xoMirace ClD e 6A ul.e
career-pitted by Henry Wilson. b ox-offce wallop of Jack Webb, u. Bth ides vl.
cille Ball and Desa Arnaz. IBe&Wi desV at.
Gloria Swanson will sing most Bl an Dea- ..... Fb 17- Nih ea
on the 19, songs being penned for It may ,ook like a reconciliation Ipi n
the Arodway musical version of bctwee Estelita ano Grant With- 1 i 1dt i ti sn
"Sunset Bouievard." The show's ers, but it's positiVely not. She
theme song really should be "This. wants everything to be sweetness pea le
Ole House." and light but she's going ahead
with th divorce. When the national champion.
ho TIMES CHANGE- from :- ships begin in Atlanta on Nov. 27,
h s m= ,ey a FnGeorge Gobel and Katherine de Mille if w t eir n ye ORK-(NbA)s--ouas, i atwrkag .p tts an d Jewel colors are perfect folli for suite and dm oftTs bestS a
anfdthe orm e ie of e ds ase c as for ulcr ne sua wit dlosger e tde ne United States and Canada will as.
w 1 l* tb t same nine-year-oldvson, Duncan .Q ., srU ssprig. There' i thselng-.6r ra.l othe. S o su ast with loser jakets, the new oemblestocm p rth or
d "1 T tordelsah pturt.me also Scefo vmnts. Naturally experts from ehe
.-I'm the beans--can-. was offered the Bro 8 "The blouse cut like a jacket. Fabric look fragile but l nd themselves to easy care: dunking South will predominate, perha
eelle*d t'C Too much BSoand the mBul"-but An- ony is soap and waterand a pressing with warm In a Walat- Print blouse (le ha draw- because the tournament b
J wstrng.t," a-" waindeted An ,e hereae for a bl.a I pofh- sa o ..." .s ...pntfsr used-back loo k. Th is washable po e withr tohome and perha e
"He being offered more roles an allover shaded rose. rint. Du on-back blouse (right) Is in nylon-and-cotton t a oseany cause othea're suc h ood.
Now biot t beans. than I am." finish. Deep V frop ala h leads to owel neckline that can act as background for ropes, chok- (I would t 'rem o takinlag sides
e ita A e worried -arner .r era or pin. Both blOUSeS are Judy nd designs in this argument, havinlived half

jockey show from -.a plush East ship.ng cos.F Ulse Basning sc .c... T. N l "euth' e )o
.pg March 2. .. .ara Berner, Silent star Richard Barthelmess* | urnUcesamaexp rts Johnsond -we
who divorced from Agent Milt is up for another comeback movie, TOr BenFix I paortanburg, a C.. the hero of the
iRost, I "being represented by "Miracle in the Rain. He recently o n t hand shown today. Ben thad
him In f iMm deals. He gets 10 per ied the role Chester Morris plays i -I AA l F o .f V 10 oeady -vfoid hke an unorthodox bid to reach
cent of her salary for her act .in "Unchin d." . Tit Purdom HOLLYWOOD Feb. 1 P) r the right contract and then he had
with Farley ranger inThe Brass may play a spy s in the mext Mar- William Bendix better known aso-i en d eea oea ll aed tpae
Ring.'- re r n- n eBand Lewis comedy, "Artists KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 17-"Ril o television viewr re ORLANDD. Fla., Feb. 17 (UP) tobingt t thremarkable play
S id Mgdert." (W)-FoDrmir Secretary of bsatq cupe d tbda from e ajor sur- -A '"cure-all"insecicide design- th e textbooks wll tell ou to
Marie Wilso in g up Irma -- ,u Aebqs on sad today he be. gery ood smariten ospi- e to kill evar ty of disease- avoi d bidding nbtrb o with a sin
for gootd..he'll play a sception. ,8 us a.n Hyward accidentally Ied the Esenhower auministrtal.. carryin sect s w on its way gleton a ndnever to rit with a
t i a tlel agen a w spilled a glass of water dow the ip was "basically" following the Beid x underwent th opera- to dev opment. a goernment ex void suit r This is ida
CBSriTV bd. n rie,"Piotm Pepper.- front of her very-low-cut dress du-ame ar Eastern policy o a tiomn Tuesday for ulcers and a rt discM.sed today. vice, but the txtboo't hold
dina" I- Ing a scene for "Soldier of For- down by former President Tru. small stomach rupture. He also Dr. E. S. Kipling, chief of the th th at b Johksn did hold
-.... Tunee" mian In June of 1950. had an appendectomy. entomology research branch of e, aout hando't s-"an d id holdt
JIne Ay Bill Holden and I I Acheson, here for a thread a y Filminr of his season telev- the U.S Agrculture Rese r three o-tru alsee a way biof ged butting
,"M ifct bsion" are the "Quick," said Director Edward iisit with Mr. and Mrs. iruman sion series, "The Life of ,.~ni.,Service. predicted the all purposeo the rht pase c of getting
cMagnificent besn areit Hae lJr cten tie right game contract.
1914 wners of the annual Photo.lDvmtryk, "Dry her off quick. at their home in Independence, was completed last riday. I Isecticide will be a reality "with.
yMagsine Gold Medalawards. If that dress shrinks a quarter raid he lid not believe however, His physician. Dr. Howard In two or three years. Wa en opnd thuack oflycl eb.;
w Xelly won the most sre'Ilta tit an inch the 01 A. Bg a I two Pa yneeyes.t s o p oned thea t fae fmon ds hadb
vr t Pomst, an nc, the ony place we'll that the. present Far kast policy Payne, said the actor would be a. B rmen or s on d sc rntionls,
ing actress tag. be able to. release this picture is 'is as effective" as was the Tru.- hospitalized for two weeks. meetinhe annof soneme 25 antma d two clubs. If he tried to set
S Ftrance." man policy whte ent the United States experts at the government b u r.up a spa the o ponents would

W e b n t A orme n e a I n Ko r e a ( in A etu 's d ev e o p a t e t w o c l
Lo Le e o^over) Web- .- th rmyhe Pt'ub l devo s p ad peas more Ib
e,, duehere in Aifl Mto talk a Margaret O'Brien, the one-r time "We decided Immediately to n l Al am i laboratory hei e. Representa-s e del as o
N.ov del. oumiAeTentroA. Guy Mtchel l'st -uve--e star. and < Columbia are meet ana .nrowbackthea..
poundage on orders of ing contracttalks. She's now ing force in Korea, hHealthe Service and the Entomol d cashed th ace of hearts, the
oicna tsSerk Douglas, thef beauty. snidg oc edidoat. We t siedo O ogy Bureau discussed future Insec. opponents wouldifohave two heart
e d. W tha. ed to n ra ticide needs tricks at their disposal.
| 1A Y -eo Kirk Dogls teM a beaut. a
Acheson and Mrs. Acheson ar- .: mIm Col. Rober Callson of te sur After some thought Johnson de-
S ived here from Washington at i n l J I I eon general's office in Washing. cided to play theh and in as un-
hnoon. The former Pr eso ent tooa ton said atomic wa fare wil make orthodox a manner as he had bid
his former- secretary of state to A six-man mobile training team present types of Army Insecti-. it Nobody could guess that he was
the Muehlebach Hotel s or a tele-.from the 65h AAA Groh, Fort cides outmoded. void of hearts, and there was an
vised news conference a n d a Claytob. is scheduled to leave Al fHe explained that the present excellent chance that both oppo-
I smad private lunch. rook Air Force Base today for systemm of inect and rodent con- nents would feal compelled to save
Acheson said hes thought the og ta,.Colombia, where they will trol is based on complete Army hearts if he left that suit very
threat Of communism wAun te give technical anti-aircraft defense units. But he said troops will be' much alone
United States ad beeo "de a lt assistance to the Army Section of more dispersed in the future.
,with effectively for the last, 15 the U.S. Mlhtfry Assistance Advi. "Each soldier must b able to The wily en Johnson therefore
years. sorry Group take care of himself. said Gal- won the flrzt trick with the king
He deplored the use of such The team will help train Co.' Ilson. r.d clubs and rattled off five dia-
"unreia.be ,fo~rmans- .as Har. lomblannarmed forces In radbr, mond tricks abandoning dummy's
vey Matusow, the turn-about ex- communications, 40 mm anti-air- ace of hears.
ed,.inivestigating commUnism. crAft guns, multiple-mounted .50 THE T V KID The Flan worked likel a charm.l
heree ca u oe no proof .that caliber machine guns, and auto- Each defender held grimly to all
such low characters, professional motive maintenance, for approxim. BROCTON Mass (UP)-Lit, four hearts, pitchin the other,
liars, w.o wmit t"ey .hs Donsre ad ely m days. Title Donald's all right, but how suits as though they didn't matter.
are not lying now," Acheson jaid. Members of th6e team aer:about the television set. Twice in When eachopponentdiscardedtwo
'he ex-cnef executive broke m Capt. Glenn H. Pack, officer in one day tiny Donald Reed was clubs, Johnson gravely cashedt he
to say that "all professional Com. charge- Pfe. Wilbur Harper. Jr.; taken to Brockton Hospital but ace and hist wo small clubs to,
munists are professonal liars." JoseN M. VazqwezsAriuzar nothing was found wro wi t h make sure of nine tricks. He then
He said he has "not changed e. Rmon Cruz-De Valle.: fe. him Danald had twice .ewed us at oUt with a spade and had the
my mind" Gbnes he announ ced Jose Gonzalez-Vega; ad t. Jod. parts of televised tubes nd u I p es of th iny's ee
several weeks agot that Adlai Stev. se A. Burgos fered no ill effects. osaf.. hearts u en the opponaents had'
enson was his cnoce for the 156 ...lefes. to lead to s Iwht.h
IDmocratic presidential candidate. toleadtoIt.
"He is my strong choice, too,"
Acheson said. B STARTS
Mr. 1rumn re terated his pre. S T A R TSEden WHI Discuss
viOds statement that heinighl, be B SATURDA Y A
P AM A AID-Dr. eare.aJew, aliht. a candidate for te e ncy S
Agu -'S aw t powered X-ray uai being Aen I'm 90." Y
S.gmm.W." io0man. Thi 48-pound unitw as Acheson eaid "at thatvtime" he-
do ta in W s 1 D.C. It is powered bywradoctive would erhmoselfavailatbe.
~hunm awd doegsm't Aneed a darkroom, electricity or water to agai for government service.
preduci a picture. MLONDON, Feb. 17 (UP' -
Smaiher SeeS Fra Britain's support for the project-
ed Iraq-Turkey defense pa.t as
" lW W W W d W W W agonan allY of both countries sa ex-

,TD A Y|.U Xe yta ret Sir Anthony Eden and.

io.6r RE rd's vanagus e the .IlA .ohduled sl erces oi Sat-
MeomAmi beare fastTdisap. I urday mf r the Bangkok confer-
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powered portable X-ray' n Washington, D. C. The unit, d
signed for combat use, is powered by Tradioactive thulium uad can'
produce a picture without electricity, water cr darkroom.It
weighs only 48 pounds. J

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Contestants from the 22 coun-
tries, besides Mexico, signed up
to take part in the Games wiN
be entitled to the following:
1. Their baggage will be han-
dled quickly by customs official-
2. Athletic equipment will be
exempt from the payment of du-
3. Teams will be permitted to
bring in liquor for entertainment
4. The mounts of horseman-
shin teams will be processed
"with the greatest of care and
speed," ode
The,.V i wp Xre o ordered
border 64lUah I o 1e n1nt In
alaowingr viatlng athletes to
tace homl Mekican souvenirs
after conehision of the Gaimes.

Norman. Okla. (NEAl Johnl
J.acobs. Oklahoma track co a e h
'IncO 19t. has bee. nme4 "#'ra-k
r'oarh of the Year" by the Rock-
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SMiddleweight Champ

!Wallops Tiger Jones;

Seeks 'Bigger Game'
CHICAGO, Feb. 17 (UP)-Middleweight chain.m
plon Carl (Bobo) Olson got "just the fight I expect- i
ed" from Ralph (Tiger) Jones last night and as a
Sreut he was geared up today for a shot at bigger .
O lson, weighing 168 pounds, weight I'll make In my fight a- ,
* the heaviest of his career, neatly against Maxim. I was strong, I
carvd Jone. Into a hulk bleed- was never tired and I could ..,.,.;
Ing from the eye, the mouth and punch very well.
4 the nose, to win a handy 10- "Jones fought the kind of fight
round decision, I like. He kept coming at me all '
S"He's got as big a heart as any- the time," Olson added.
body Ive seen." Olson said, as e
entered the dressing room. Both Sid Flaherty, Olson's
Olson was assured f a .manager, and Maxim's hand- (NEA Telephoto)
chance fo the bigger gae as ler, Jack Kearns, predicted the WINqu Fred Dwyer wipes
the sponsorin international bout between their brawler. his brow after pulling the bisg-
Boxing Club scheduled hia for would draw $200,001 with the et set of thein track
San April 1I bout In Fran- Cow Palace sealed to, a 15 season Dwyer outran world
co Cow Palse, ag the top. They also expected tele- recordholders Ounnar Nielsen
former 1I I Iht heavyweight vision revenue for the Wednes- record Wes aente tn win the
e omplon, fiey Maxim. day night fight and Flaherty Baxter Mile n New York City
The bout was contingent only said that San Francisco would His time was 4:00.2
upon Olson defeating Jones, and be blacked out. H i me was 4 .
the referee and one judge gave Both managers said they ,
the champion every round for a would sign final papers for the MAV A I lcn
perfect 100 points, while the match only on condition that rIAICtV US HIOMS
1 other Judge gave him 99 points. the winner get a title chance a-
"I felt fine at that weight," against the current champion, ioA P rma A nAim I
Olson said, "and that's the Archie Moore. jiv Vun1 r Vpiwa
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mzxICO crTY, Feb.-16 (tlP)-
The government notified all
customs offices today to grant
special privileges to athletes en-
tering Mexico to. participate in
Sthe second ?an American Games,
which will be held hereMarch

BHS To Try For Interschool .

Clincher At Mt. Hope Ton ght

Special Troops Moves' ti ri
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TomaNrd GAME (7
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Pennant Kobbe Wins MS r
Balboa Hmg School's Bulldog
-- o .. .. nine need but one more victory a n
e, to wra up the abbreviated 1955
PANAMA AREA play li the regular PAAF sea- Intercholastic baseball title and
ARMED FORCES BASEBALL son., tonight ia the night that they
STANDINGS Chunky Joe Rosario worked will ty to do so. .
neatly for hs t wn against Rated top-heavy favorites to a
Tams W L Pet. GB two es. He pitched a three- defeat Cristobal three straight.
Special Troops 18 3 .857- hitter, walked only one, and, the Bulldogs faund the road Pete
Albrook AFB S3 8 .61 5 struck out two, both in the last rough, but managed to squeeze of ,
Ft. Kobbe 12 9 .571 0 'UlI.- through two close- victory the yea
Ft. Clayton 11 10 .524 7 Bin him the Lifeliners col- first tme the.two met..
Coco Solo 5 16 .238 18 elected 11 blits, Including Bill Their third game, played in prm
A. Atlantic 4 17 .190 14L Wood's Ipng homerun and a dou- Balboa less than two weeks ago,
--- ble. lo ~had a triple to aid had to be halted at a 7-7 tie in men
Soe barrage. Lloyd Wucox belt-' order that the Tlgers would not Jakf
RESULTS WEDNESDA ed out three hits and Ron Dick-j miss the late train returning to' Ted
Ft. Kobbe 12, Albrook AFB 0 ma4 n haa pair, including a dou- the Atlantic Side.
Ft. Clayton 5, Army Atlantic I J 3 Pat
Sp. Troops 5, Coco Solo 1. Wood, WUicox, Dickman, and' Criatobal's fast-balling right- w'
2 grUle Lennon each rapped in hander, Iaiser Razan, w be
GAMES SATURDAY two runs. ready to throw for the Tigers and
Ft. Kobbe vs. Special Troops Ace. teve iso of the Flyers the Blldogs wl probably count-
(7:30. Clayton Field).. w beled out in the sixth with er with Alert antovanLCrs
Army Atlantic at oco olo nea Bob Farnton relle- tobal Gene/McOaue and Bill
(2:30) Sin. It was Kiso's fourth loss a- Price have hown plenty of pow-
Ft. Clayton at Albrook AFB gIlastt ive wins. r Bosarlo itt er at the plate to face the fa-
42;30).was fourth win infive games a- vorite Bulldogs tonight. ut te
GlliSNA Albrook. S... aboa High nine boast a pair of '
| G IES SUNDAY ,- Troops-Navy coptet, performers like Raybourne iand _l
Sp. Troops at Fort Clayton sotip" w O ers rang upI M I fNapoleon,. both of vhotave 1
(2 p.m.) h seventh victory with'a neat evoked comments from prfes- con
Albrook AFB at A. Atlantic (2) seven-hitter. He lost his shutout slpnal scouts. pen
Coco Solo at Fort Kobbe (2). In the eighth. If three previous encounters by
'Trops only accumulated ix those two teams is any yard- w
With Special Troops Closing Io 1 pff lfty Jim King. but KingI stick, Interscholastic fans asr-in whit
fast on the Panama Armed ore- walked 1 and d seven-error r aood night of baseball at P1
es baseball pennant, defending support. I Mt. Hope Stadium tonight at
Panama and Caribbean cham-I Mike Rivers had two singles 7 p.m. gre
plon Fort Kabbe is putting on a and. a double for the winr sl ea------ ----
spirited drive for second place in while Bill Mills rapped in tne U i sii hIA
the standings. two Troopers runs with a double 'ilUUUflu1 fuII CO van
Kobbe racked second-place Al. Another pitching performance s I eve
brook AFB, 12-0, Wednesday of note was Ed Stemaka's five-,r -I -kllb II
night to move to within a game hitting of Army Atlantic. He IIGaII Dll I
of the Flyers again. fanned 11. I .h. Oe
Troops dropped Coco Solo for Gordy Miller and John Bur- IW|innin Sreaks
the fifth time this season, 5-'I nett each picked off two hits for' llSlltre I k h
and Fort Clayton Army layton d Army Cl while Gerry lenn hab
Atlantic, 5-3,-in other Wednesday punched out a double. Tom Me- NEW YORK, Feb. 17 (UP) ert
games, renguell had a double and Larry. Marquette and San Francisco,
The Troopers pow hold a five- Seymour rapped put a pair of those twin tourney-bound corn-
game lead with nine games to singles for te A's. eta of the court, now have ex- 1951
I -. ....---- tended their dazzling winning leng
streaks to 20 and 18 games, re- theI
Casanova:.. Surprise Navy, arquectitelyg G i u.

B' t t0". l .rop .2-1 Decis' on wi a -iS roo er
ilt. San.Franciscothet at .,on resu
highest-ranked am, was hard- arrive
S -pressed to make No. 18 with a j
85-57 decision over St. Mary's at start
TANDINGS (Sad Half) lifted for a pinch-hitter.. Spi- Moraa, Calif. Each victor now as tl
sette, making his first appear- ports a 20-1 record. Coltj
Atlantic Twilight Baseball ance for the Navy, finished the last night's most significant Writ
League game and took credit for theconference game saw Tulsa oust-
W L Pe thwn. ed.from the Miseouri Valley Con- thro|
Navy 1 0 1.000 Mulligan had the Navy under ference lead by a surprise 62-52 acro1
Powells 0 0 .000 full control for the first six in- loss to defending champion Ok- aged
C.H.S. 0 0 .000, nings, having allowed but one lahoa A. and M. The loss put tour.
Casanovas 0 1 .000 hit. But in te seventh, Cham- Tua's league record at 5-2 and in h
berlin singled to center, ad" moved St Louis (4-1) into the
TUESDAY'S RESULTS vafced to second on Haughlan's top pot, which it defends tonight wheE
Navy 2, Casanovas 1 sacrifice bunt and scored the ty- n a game a ainst Wichita. rate
ing run when King, batting for By contrast Pennsylvania took every
FRIDAY NIGHT'S GAME pitcher Tice, singled to left. a commanding Ivy League lead I
Navy vs. Powells In the ninth trame, wid s by whipping Brown, 67-81, while accel
-7 pitcherMualligan ft used his second-place Columbia was be- won(
By TREVOR SIMONS own downfall. Aftor ghading upset by Princeton, 53-52. train
e swinging Moylan an Bob- Penn now leads with an 8-2
The Casanova nine, cellar l d.,rew free passes. all ift- mark, while Columbia is tied for
dwellers and without a win In ed a fly ball in short right field second with Cornell at 6-3.
the first half of the Atlantic' that fell in for a hit, loading In other leading games last
Twilight League, served notice the sacks. The game ended when night: Mal Duffy's 27 pints led
on the rest of the contenders Guido hit a slow dribbler down t. Bonaventure to its 56th
that they do not intend to be the the third base line that was straight home court win, 00-82, t
league's door-mat for the second fielded too late to make a play over Westminster College; All-
half. at home, Moylan coming as America Tom Gola tallied 27
Quite to the contrary, looking ilth the winning run. o to lead La Salle to an 89-
like a real baseball team for thej r oi win over Albrlght; North
first time this year, Casanovas Navy vs. Powells Tomorrow Carolina beat Wake Forest, 83-
all but halted the Navy nine and Night 79, in an Atlantic Coast Confer-
forced the game Into the ninth .... .. ence game despite 35 points by
Inning before the defending Tomorrow night the ;avy-Wake Forest's Dick Hemric; Don
champs of 1954 could eke out owel feud for Atantic Twl- Nyman's layup with 17 seconds
orfld with four new bauwhen these two teams meet at r Vgi e and a o
players, Deane at second. Sola im Mt. ope .Stadium. Both Navyihance for the last playoff berth Ocelot
centerfleld, Webb in left and th Pteoweli battled riht down in the Southern Conference: Macaw
Hollingworth in right and givin to t fe finish in the frst half jcanlslus (13-4) made a strong Palom
brilliant support to the four-hit ngf their three games playe bld for a tourney berth by ConeJ
pitching of Mulligan, Casanovas having gone into extra Innin. trouncing Vlllanova, C6-63, as Piumw
came to within two outs of scor- ans can expect much the same Hank Nowak's 26 points set' the
Ing their first 1956 victory in thne thig for the second half, with ce; Connectleut, also hopeful, 8x
Oold Coast loop. the peril of a new strong Casa- walloped Rutgers, 91-78: Gettys- seocnd
It wasn't Just Casanovas' MulJ nova nine now casting a shagaW burg upset Navy in overtime, 74- the 0
ligan that as doing good pitch- on pennant prospectsof the oter 72; Arm downed Hartwick, 72- the se
Ing Tuesday night. Navy sta.rt- am.- 83; West Virginia beat Pitt.- LAgu
ad with Cook and he was nicked burgh, 93-86; Lafayette defeated The fl
for a pair df hits and one run The box score: Muhlenbera, 74-70 Western Whi
in the second. Cook was still go- Kentucky downed dkhoa a Cl. only
Ing good when he was struck on CASANOVA ty, 71-59: aRd Kansas beat Ok- I.1elor
drive off the bat of Holling- Players ab r h o a ____________ only e
worth and had to be lifted from Lane. as 5 0 1 8 1 A was o
the game in the fourth frame. Deane. 2b 3 0 0 8 0 Acftr 1-lermonte bottom
Tlee took over and pitched Yarborough, lb 5 0 1 7 0 .1 I I double
ahut-out ball on 4 hits through Alley, c 5 0 1 9 1 W t he di
he seventh frame when he was DODominac, Sb 3 1 2 3 0 SO i NU S n msd W'

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Spferv dbyl 4 Ca.y.8teaBte and ht.TxMiL ti.
1lope pro ous oewee farmhands of the
" n-. iIn .
,ilted *4 three-week coure of aweelerae4. B ela-
a ast ft nbur, r sFla. and got tWe 19U .ae
With ) sotfdents and a dozen faulty 4 lemp maed
Sfed In the top-flight hotel which for s *e _ha4 been
Flaorl4da headquarters of the Bombinm, tl U4%ip
mean a outlay of about KO,000,.
Tirty ye.a ago. when the Yankee mi.oMW lh. jqet
Decorum of fit. Petersburg from. tis WviM Vv .M ot
too verulona. New Orlans, thbqr expemnesa #wi Mntire
nin iaeo ,tale 25000. ." ',-. ..
Now the cc .of getting the parent club nd mUId _f
najor league eoranzatiolf into' sIe for t m
son runs all the- ay up to the fantastl6.2300' the
Igesr spend at Vero Seach and Miami .
It is Interesting to note that when Col. Ja i~iptbr and.
LTi Houston purchased thwcankees on Jan. ..1aJ,& they
I only $460,000.
The spring the New York club Aifted to thW e ft.
ersburg Bay, Babe Buth was the highest-al 1
Bl time. He was getting an incredible $52,000 w iuh
r, under a five-season oon t act.
"Such salaries for ballplayers are jily, and tht .fu ill
ve how. cray we are," Ruppet insisted., ".'.
He wai destined to repeal that sentence, with 0, Te
ice, 4n-1930, when he had to lift ta Babe's pa ,0.
e certainly did not dream of the day when Joe .II/a"o and
Wllian would rise to the $100.000 level. ..
The 30th anniversary of the arrival of the TYnldea li 4t.
ersburg In February, 1925, will not _unnoticed 4 there
an Casey and his men appear on Miller AHugitns' eld. on
ch 1.
The Chamber of Commerce doubtless will stage an approphi-
pageant In which Stengel will play the role of Ponce d Leon
Al Lang will impersonate a Seminole chief.
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The Bombers owe much to St. Petersburg, with its ideal
late, fine baseball plants and enthusiastic turnouts both for
games and training sessions.
NoVtIat I am it all inclined to nilninize Ste. ersbtgh'A
tribution to the success of the Y(alkees, who have C-4l-1!
noant winners there. The wartime c4maipplons of 1142 and
got ready in New Jersey, at Asbury Park and AtlSnt ,Oy,
Stengel. in particular, is beholden to St. Peers bureui o
ch he led his five-time world bhampionshfrom lt ho41
-except In 1951, when the Yankeee trained at Phboee, ATn.
The Bombers' first springtime in the city of churches and
en benches was far from a Joyous one. Its championship
on aftermath was about as sour as any In the club's 62-year
Beaten for the pennant in 1924 by Washington, the 1835
kees never rose above fourth place, and finished a wretched
nth, with only 69 victories as against 85 defeats.
It was a fopsy-turvy year, a memorable one in that Ruth
ed only .290 and a young giant out of Columbla named :Lou
rig took Wallie Pipp a job at first bae.
Once more a second-place Yankee team will fight for re-
Oitatlon in St. Petersburg this spring. A parallel with 1925
ilnly is not to be feared. This Bomber team could Wbin.
With the Cubs' abandonment of Catalina Island, Calif.'
for Mesa, Ariz.. St. Petersburg was left as the oldest n
ue training camp. Its baseball history goes back ito'I912
Phillies. whom Al Lang had persuaded to move dewra to
When the Yankees arrived In,1925 they found the .
mibitlOnglame cd.,of_._H s. tecm ft b w l..
ted nthe retirement of theBraves to.remon -d
eal of the Cardinals as neighbors ohe Bembers;
Just when this spring training busnesu In the- South 20 |
ed Is shrouded tI doubt. For many years, 1886 was aScpteI
he year of origin. That spring. Cap Anson took his Chicag
s to Hot Springs, Ark., to de-bewd derd, and d-lard, andy
;ht day-coached the Phillies to Charleston, S. C.
However, a few years ago a baseball-minded wandeser
ugh the musty files of the New. Orleans Picayune e ape
as an 1884 Item about the Boston National lague club, m"t-
by John F. Motrlll, being in town to start a DIe exhibittn
In those days it was customary for the ball o1u1 tp tr4im
heir home parks, under the stands n lnolesment wther.
National Leaguers competed in Cuba as far bak as 187,;
n Frank Bancroft, secretary of th- Cincinnatt ueA hlm)-
d his custom of taking a barnstorming toupe to .IT
y winter.
I remember when first-class hotels in the .8uth would nbt
pt ball club patronage. Now the swanklest vie for It. 10
ler. Just imagine how much dough the 13 ,maors el11s
ling In Florida will leave down there this spring.




STANDINGS IThe o score:
Znd Half *slomas Ab 0l pe a
PAeres, 2b......... 1.0 0 .1
Won Lost Pet. Valentine, b ..... 0 00 1
s ........... 1 0 1.000 I hneider, lb, p.. 4 61 3
s ........... 1 0 1.000 Curdts, cf ....... 2 0 0. 0 0
as ........... 1 00 Peder as ..... 2 0 0 1
S........... 1 00arber, p ...... 0 1 0
S........... 1 .00 lbe rf ...... 1 0 b .0 .0
"0__ Fundakowsklt, Sb 1
circuits gleaned in the Snodgrass, c ..... T .I 0
inning of their tilt gaveW. D.lan ........ 3 1 1 l"10
celots their first win for Sander, rf, lb .... 2 1 1 6. 0
cond half of -the Fastlich
e season over the Macaws. Totals 22 4 3 1& 8
nal score 6-4.
le Ocelot Nufles fanned Ocelote
three of topposit he bbs. cf ........ 1 1 0 0
s did not sendone of his ..gelke ,if ... .... 1 0 0
les out of the infield. The McGriff, as ...... 1 1 0 2.4
xtra base hit for the day Bateman, c ...... 2 1 0 4 1
df the bat of Tubbs in the'Nufiez, p ........ 2 0 0 1 .3
m of the third when he Halvosa, lb ...... 3 1 2 e 0
d to right field. However.'Thompson, Sb .... 3 0 .0 5 2
ed on second as Enxelke lchoeh, rf ....... 2 0 0 0.0
cOrtff flied out. The Palo- s-Crook ........ 1 0 0 0 0
sed two pitchers schneider McNall, rf ....... 0 0 0 0 0
ng arbier in the third. Morris, 2b ....... 2 1 2 0 1
afternoon the ConejosN
neet the Pumas, the loser Totals 20 6 11
ve down to the cellar for s-Crook batted for choeb In mu5
cond half proc eding
Ocelottle Leaue .,
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-The- cesa re ta l that the
Pht i is aof Brtleville, ON .,
u a to the otb room as -
onal.AAU basletball e tamps this 0
=r, and the main reason is
Compiaratiely short-that is-
for Arnold Short, first year pbe.L -L
nom from Oklahoma City Univer- .-
slty, tands only 6afeet a
T4. s sample q uote a_ ound
the Natiol Industrial Basketbll
&,. asR which the 6erbt have
ai commanding lead and where
Short, a skinny, barrel-stave leg-
ged article with a receding chin,
l the top pointmaker:
"e.bhas a shot that nothing hu-
man should be able to execute."
Jerome (Shocky) Needy, coach
o Houstn 's Ada Oilers, one of
0e circuit's 1955 surprise entries,
ys, "There's no answer f or
Short except the- power of pray- WN
This bandy-legged, hook-nosed W
miasee man fires the bulb in a 1
twlsti g gyrating, acrobatic ac-
tion wie falling away from the '
basket--and from distances up to
six counties.
With radar and bombsight a.- OW
eumey, Short has sent enough- rr O WGN*S
floating into the mpsh to average -OR 1*m6
8 points and steal the thunder 7S A4 ol
of Chuck Darling, his own team-
mate who, a year ago, set' newlyl ra
league record with 272 points inI
14 games. /
Darling only veteran n the
Oiler cate, was the circuit's most
valuable performer last year and AlD A
THIS WLL HURT-..Joey Klein steadies a pair of shaky le, .mdeu te AAU ll-America team A I
lose hid redy fr another barrn e of punches om e Natioh l t journey In s atS oR
from his welterweight opponent, Chieo VNe w rhessut Ia second n Itame.
.... ) n t. Chico VeJar. Kleinespent 16 7.en v Marh n t
rounds in this anner, aipeJ ar gave him a thorough shel.la ldg scond g N "i REAT"
Sfte and proaessional races mth isA E
Red Times Startling, But nal re twi ,su .
A unusual, the National-ndustrial
.m a ._ Badlsball Leaue., loaded with
SO C- I Bathe Very best la the ation, is
Clocks Can't Run F ast pr lla ain fu swien th
a elose follower of the industrial Gett g Anti-Social
quintets, gives you a good fill-in
(Harry rayson is on vacation) ped up all his decathlon competi- a, howt his years AAU basketball
tors in '54. Is gong. In
SY O AN THA T THE RUSSIANSh v .As Scouts Hound Him
NEA Staff orrO ndelnt come a long way In men's tral-,,.I
and field is not a subject of dis Chances are Short will win the Ac. o
NEW YORK (NEA)-Back when ute. That they're ready to chal- honor .this year.
folks used to worry about tings lenge us seriously in the 19 'f56 The NIBL circuit, pra Ing By JIMMY DRESL 'IN *
Lke who'd win if they ever met;, lympics, as a otl ot stuff we've from Ohio to Colorado and from
Omaha r ,Twenty Grand, venerable been reading would seem to insist, Texas to Wisconsin, Is composed PHILADELPHIA (NEA)--It was
horse traier Sunny Jim Fitrim is a contention we won't accept of Phillps Ada, the Artesia, implausible to see Wilt Chamber
nons ed to say stly Throw per s. (N.M.) CV Travelers, Akron's lain in a high school game. This
way the stopwatch. The on way Now we're. not talking about Goodyear Wingfoots, Milwaukee's even-loot one inch chunk of bas-
yo cn te who'd a won is if they the overall Games scoring, whlh Allen-Bradleys, the Peoria Cater- kctball talent belongs in such plac- f rb '
t n the same track. ompeti in theory doesn't exist in the inter-o illar and Denver's Cent rJ al er as Madison Square Garden or

o an tie you er a tionalisti bas. The muscle mlls with Phillips last year, ran its la a senior at Overbrook H g h
from the direction o from te S soviet, used to hefting string of National MAU titles to school thete, so he was out on a
" y .s Vued- 0 . r.ilroid ties have outnch sgod l a raw and won the postage stamp-sized court, playing
.edvs e' i -aeamrnsm Agl -rhI. h -t ,.at Titla e in a tour- mn I acb boy leqgua game wi e
' I they can lsave u tl or a i t- rallA tou an athe
Son the k y seen picture of abab h Cats' chances this year I le iirn ed the game
d L= lay she hc 1 dd SGlomn, 1" l953 v vantage ovMr e er anybody on the floor
spiel. Any Opic Games spotlight Helms All-American pick at Vir. nine inches to a foot ifheight ad-
They caubt you ursliketurns britest mea's track i a Tech an a standout In a vantage over anybody oat he floor
Iti%' 40 i etwr in 461 see and field, which is where we risoe ne broke his arm. --and many degrees of talent-am
ends, oI 'YUtis 400-meter hurdles and shine. The Peorlas always are at their Chamberhain batted in 438 points
in 50.5, or how.lKanetsova wa From such studied sources as r in late season and the Na- and controlled the game uned er
Bert Nelson, publisher of Track iontl AAU tourney rates as a was taken out at the start of the
& Field News we're reassured that Phillips-Peorla fight when it con- final quarter with he game a 40- i1 Wilt Chamberlai n
the-bulge of winners' trophies venes In Denver March 21. point rout.
leewon't abe displayed on Red Squre, The circuit is embroiled in an WILT THE STILT, as this tow-
or anywhere near the Kremlin. 84-ame round in robin schedule ering youngster Is called, has nation which has basketball Inter-
with each club playing each other;made a shambles of high school csts.
IN THE I= -OLYMPICS th e four times, wice at home, twice basketball in Philadelphia. A n

S II a ll t4 fl, n the road in two swings around he he's beeAn doing so, his nameo I Chamberlain n ow must stand asher me
Uni poinates, R an1firstsandy m the most-bolhered high school baa.
po s u t. otketball layer in Wte game's histo-
points. Brothers useky has come P y. He hashadoover 200,,,.,,,,,,

400 along in the worid. He might con- The NI L Is experimenting this urnmen his saturday a ve minutes later somebody elso
cevably win sit firs t he year with a widened foul lane Alonw The Fairways ef a c u n
Gamesofor 141 points. But we and a 10-foot semi-cirice with b And the kid has been going qulet-
should still retain at least 10 for three men in alternating positions ly nuts because of it. The pcone

ad tdcne to 21pintr in the lineup The powerful ama-
Writh arfor-NNAbServiceasgde Dathe beduls.soatoni us"ple allwaask b Ther mn

say J . Mashburn. And while. s. Then u oes5theoftrha a
a lpekm ayte ao ouWntowe orl deand n de wher erreanflw:[hre ad hewant m t gorto
Yt a l toss and they converge on you FRONT NINE to do I'm not going to talk to any-
Smeter hurdles, don't overlook ourh ep I ke. sil angry bul." .... '35dAkewM.Abaartnall
Clutch capabilities. Right n o w l. .ps, poinig o the 1956 83 M Asfew A B o a
there's no Competition in sight, but ulympics, retired aadozen ball Dilfer
htheGames are 18 months aw, .lers to company duty, repc. 8:45 R. Tortorici D LaCroix, 0.n hen you se Chamberlain w oplay,
a for treat, i, t Games aremy fmeni sY d-a-a....ays. mey. mnhrwa e I s easy wetl a way s oll egu e
lrly o h and tucked away in our reserves D them like this: Hu mph-F M ra -I scouts and whnl groups are rea-
Baanoute harlle ,e rouenanan, -1PNebraska;-8:55, m-lr. hH0
t a i there may be anotheriChar cy. Bcan .. 6.e brA.8.. 5 vson e dy to hustle all the cash in sight

chort.6-3rdOl o ahoma City- R iown to the middle of his umrgha
I the events that take yar hardr Walsh, A r.. . d,,3o e. From B. he. -but when ne stecka them into the

-a-.-.- ,,-,,,-, u.. ut anfimd aldm trainer. Q.UE_5TION: A .lday. _drlbbll~ng d.or ta..un From. wast. I've heard pass to a teammate underneath,

oy ............. 'Clyde BaUtt ee told Ha r ry the ball downco aceldea taly To,. teyve got a light on their who stuck in an easy layup.
I reme sber ft g myeds Grays ta frank a praisal of kicks it. It rols alsog the floor hand to keep IL Any club retain-I On the next play, the same thing
ontm ak de.-?lhis act. "I aA't worth a whoop and he runs and a it agin. a the trophy for three years happneo. Only Chamberlain le
is..Conae s p acss lwt. stm Iw. a I this T-Pn a Jag.son. gts permanent custody. the floor at the foul Uline and fired
- 7it m sand" D- 'm.-", .. Answer: 41 1ad 1a m t The matebe for Saturday are: a line-rive one hander. It miss-
Lou. This J 4 a temporary .. I is. l Iw B .ao Front alne, 8:15 Panama Ld-but you had to watch closely.
atree.a.. o yea ,t thl A, im aks a t & -af4-n--s first team T.. oamboa first team. For, in the same motion tha he
S i -- yewA.', th im a t apa the Front Bie, 8: Amador shot, Wilt soared to the basket,
Sm a *, b al wh i i W his first team s. BraW first teUm.lgrabbed the rebound before it was
wi es. Bak lB e, ^ l-1Panwma oc- a foot off the bha heard, then
Sw_ ..R.f -, Di B Davi s of "Ro. ond teaf vs. amboa second slammed it downward through the
K. s ler Byahls af any. team. net as he flew under the basket
Sac ~ I a i n 8:X-Amm ader l
g6 oft& andli Ya w.Bre e AllM Tam
D avi n 1 0 1 -_ a*,l .-m s w e ,em I h im

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as a pro when all he wants to be
is a 17-year-old high school kid.
"Too many people," he kept
saying, "too many photographers,
too many people. Sure wish they'd
leave me alone. Yes, I'm going
Lo go to college, but I don't know
where. Won't people let me make
up my own mind?"
Bloomington, Ind. (NEA)-Onw
ly five teams ever had scored
more than 90 points on an In-
diana basketball team. Three of
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WASHINTO Feb.7 (UPLet the people know the trut and the country is safe" -AbrahamLaln. rm h oIsetG l.1le. otov e .Into in. p
-.--The Defense Department d' s- mal oerment- yesterday andeex m nto'
ene Defe Drartmer 00 de- rebom eIE The not be extra, cl ha, d. urimi. se e
closed tod s thaabo en THIRTIETH TA PANAMA, t. P., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1955 FIvp CNT dtt,00Sde o s t boll te
s suspended in th e .past 18 m months "ta," l if 'e t o stv4oer a c81be.
,.on "security-risk" charges. r en t sade Funta at b9erneniitU r
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,d fn sedownth employes Iordan d"MA m r-.I depriveI t' r..omi
,Cuttng.dwmoeSSe SiXnW8 Wa atn _,,
uttin downathe number of sus turned over11. Gu sma. bet, ,, E ofther .
pens''ns. maen had t at po net)"A.saystillm rtMu4. o ...
hebsepInuesc Red Forces Oppteoste Formosa.s" a.tled
,ents n. M military seeurity of- lftCt rejected
*fiees in defense factories,- Rd F o rces men 0we mn cri- en botate td b
stead of directly suspend us- both men to the arttir i
(UP).CM 'p. aW .u:Ii en botbmen .like tol

futre suspension. ., flure today for Secretary of deaf my, Gen. Chung Kowa, sad cooperate fully. Rosenbe w.returned to the ri ge in another country," the" ReapU
Department general counsel. told to Peiping for peaceful solution of statement that aggressionp Is an frost "automatically' asgi mat The U. 8. Ith Fleet had re. sition on the extradition request said.
newsmen that "more than a de- the Formosa, crisis and noted a inherent characteristic of Interna- Red China ln the north If the unmaed to "normal posltons" we. will be mado by President Adolfo Altho ab e w'
tirable number"'of defense work- big Communist buildup on South- tonal Communism". and said if Chinese Communists attack For- ter is support of the Tachen e- Ruiz (rtines.probably based onldiam |um |i lmu ii _^
era have been suspended for east China's 'invasion coast." ihe Formosan question were setti- moes. vacaaUtm. the finds of Juge Lavalia Fuen-. r Ss
purity investigations under the The semi-offieal Chinatone news ed the Chinese Communist would Chung told a press conference t reliable wurees reported tes. o nt. w
sent setup. agency said Red Gen. Lin Plao. strike elsewhere. here the Nationalists and RO the Units assigned to guard For- T iJsie/luy PP ah r t.ier..t rP*
. commander of the Chinese "volun. Observers pointed out that the forces would wage such a two- mosa are considerably stronger The former officials of the- Gua- v. mn u I chner later tod"and" as
SThe new relations, effective teers" in Korea, had deployed two Nqtionalists also were opposed to front war "without any documents than before the evacuation, temalan government of President "ture .. tomon.wc u-i'
April 4, say security suspenslons divisions of his battle-hardened d ceasefire in Formosa since the or pacts." Informants said it appeared a Ja)cobo Arbe s fled across the LONDON; Feb. 17 (UP)-Her-, ture on.
must be based on an "overall troops along the coast and begun ieeonquest of the mainland Is the "We have a common goal," he strong fleet would stay in the For. Mexican border last June. when mann Field, the Cleveland, O. ,.. I. im
aommcn sense" approach. Bruck giving them amphibious training. basls of Nationalist puley and a said. "Ours (Korea's) is to march moua area until the situation be-.I"t appeared the anti-communist architect who was released last' Pe --e. only s"m'p
raid for example .the presence Some 500,000 Corn munit troops ceasefire would destroy this aim. north. China's is to recover the.came clearer, revolution of .now-president Car.- year from a communist Jail in maJor In the .assi bly to
Sa relative behind the IronI already were reported massed t-" --F....tne--M-- -S- Poland, was en route to Britain tin office, but he os gIven
curtain does not by itself make opposite Formosa. There was .today. \ y a fa chaee W fo the
a worker a security risk. speculation Li.a, fthr of the a erma n whse American powerful gh a out
.A de.hadlay "human Wave" assaults R a relabemorptawts
sereeak of in Kroseah es migr a s.sae cor- ie ere.Ia I as O brother Noel and Noel's wife against his aid W that
the 4,000 I pensions, except to m and of these troops in sa ny eof. snasugary after being ryleaped a badly d id tooGTe .
a that about one-third result- fort to invadeaFormosa. froms an- ungarian prison, took Pbteat. one qf tg. unchert
Sltor hearing on security The Formosa Strait was report- a e f r In F osa* i ce he ao train from awitzerland for pro-Americba a Fr oetell
r e dirm not disclose how ed quiet for the fourth straight y a r fk.A w meterat l i rC n In Htfar na iTfvre .s I f 'ritain fom afitierla" forl 'oic a "1l Fr h po-
wrse -a t red etot ob wi th n oest o t b r Ihi M Irm N icaragua. sASJ mintelnvessoinigat ors WO ndeler.ias.a: .. -ei sin. L l-m
or what happened to thane sboher e alo ng the 250-mile line of offshore o fteo e Joe RuIIsteIwee fhavea nr. 2,es" g flee ans t e eF .. ...Mneutral country. r l held efficefole er onl oe month.
wothird islands. His wife. Kate, made his plans nine years ago.
cen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R- Heavy Nationalist air and navy WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 -(UP) 'Nicaragua after a first unsue- ly In Costa Rica and bombed and -- known in a letter to the United All but one of th awiristers in
s held repeated hearings on patrols searched for any sign of -An inter-Amercan peace corn cesful assault n Costa Rica a m a chne g unnd Costa Rican Pre. It id: the tentative t, were
alleged communists in defense attack preparation opposite Que- miaion reported today a sub. a number of them showed u lat- towns. f mA| e. s Hermann advocates of i
1 .c s woh i Mle l n dyr e t t ht%. .r .b ..dmy h sannd Mwr. hoer ican. adv ca s f. U 'Europe.
criwhilechairman of the moy, Matsul and Nanchi islands. stantial part of the rebel forces er at another sector of the attle While this was going on, the U V IK Field.-and I l be cqmlng to They also.repre
Senate's permanent investigat- The Nationalists were highI y and their war material in the re- f uont. sncomission reported, one or more En land on Thursday. Feb. I like the ld ,"t "
Subcommittee McCarthy pleased with Dules declaration the cet uprising in Costa Rica came The OAS sent the five-man con. clandestine radio stations operat- arr ving Vioi station from hel power before ie51 elec-
',arged the Pentagon with fall- United States would meet with from neighboring Nicaragua, mission to investigate the four.- d from outside Costa Rican and Drane worise Do oat me 6:o.-
i-r4,'ous defense plant sub- force any further Communist a- A commission memberJose R. week fighting after re' gov- ted Costa Ricans to aid the The letter ied would "be
Aersv. tression in the area. (hiriboga of Ecuador r e c o m- eminent charged the Nicaraguan rebels, lad to meet the press on t
ir And despite Dues' denial the mended that the American for- government po, ~eadent QrAnasta-wana. An C l A niI Var Mer. Feb. 1..ou z rndM
Arkn. ew airman of the sup- Itdeat to defend such offshore American police force and im- Nicaragua denied the charges. b og, the report was signed by s nWars a. e Harvard- h
omm e, has thdicated the Islanla as Quemoy and Ma ts u, prove controls over traffic In The commission h ea d e by Jo C. Drier of the United NEW YORK Feb. 17 -UP)- tchite d one be
omwil continue its in ulry Natonast government officials arms and ammunition to help Luls Quintanila f Mexico, sad a States Fernando Lobo of Brazil The CIO International Transport hs.d "My ron u rin nhom
osble chi unlehirsm thin o stted there was an "dnder maintain heiaispheric peace larre majority of the rebels and and duillermo Enlso Veloso of Workers ,f America, meeting in oi hrand .in.belthe
enBfactoies stadng." The flve-member commission th leaders we. of Costa Blcan Paraguayi convention here, voted to.dayh a- h anddppre May i mr
Sdef ense plant security Dulles said the United Stat e did not blame Nicaragua directly nationality. h a t a pro sed merger of thie "
tmcovers wet es with jobs had no commitment defend the for theattet t overthrow the But, t said there was forn Chirboga sned with rserva and AF unless t are .
retknowdage of secret islands as such but h indicated s government o Costa Rican Pres. assistance in hae preparation, l ions. He sa the report should guarantees the combined unions ae t. 2r e o
sisnoaon. o they would receive American p- dent Jose Figueres, despite its re- nancing supplying of ars and have contained Informaton which will be free of discrimina on, edmlt t- eu 9 T
S a on. testion if Red China attacks em port that part of thr rebel forces a unito and the transporta- would have allowed the American uion-raiding an racketeers tr
S. i al oin any assatulhat onormiosa. entered. Cost Rica across th Ni- tei torebel, troops that in- republic to ide the tsuthors A. natrd. eA iijbr
.rk.) sene armaofteA Gena,,mo.. a sn Kol-suthek crrae.meloroere vreo t Costa Rcin. of the "foreg itervaon." Tfhoe w I taken at the end m W s T- n
om m ueera ndel s i ore is- It o r in a ro age report It also said forin phlaes drop- The common become debate duri h t t heater o
up wil' lacn nond un-uthInurigIedote" to the ow n t ldsamntof the rrganlIatio ped arms and inuntlonsa o the that CostFa ca and Nicaragui lichaelCiOntern atinal where histh e f IonS ori 'n in ho
lli mli der any circumstan of American States that althou rebels and unmaarked transport etreensthe "a* ft fi amit de of d i .... .l
he emslan t onists aid they also e the rebi foem were iaterned and combat places landed secret thty signed in 1 resident of the CI accused Jue o
spectoCrs io ers .,win the ds- h ra d nc to t s ellunf atws f euodwI t het also recommen-,,-te-u d that thpe IO P-esident Walter A outhed r of ro h t : leor
t ..n Bt. ieth ..t o- asied Mh two Latin Amt ican count r' e sv'e "tray Ag to run this convention by r, tL n ao.ulO
So sel as b icdname a sofenaal commission tcremote control oom Detroit-"erecordeothwlolr.ct5
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nierm of th. t,,J.o se erener despite Is o re- hi atideW1 the4" on es a etatemet B y-
tegB r cNG idresnsma [oi-) fll A te The anti-mee r resolution, pro- M, had a jobt pa *heO
-Al rooarea omotro h neu mlicstime aufiitho ed brt Uedui at the time ke th
minded today tahe lk e t erof ,I r hb ko nu f he ar od htwas Ud exeutlivr hw "tband e-n. a wei
columbia disnier ah e depart- A c. . c ...... ..,o ".- rseprorIals ion 1uA yo *. I gA Aern Ien
_ent official whIWse said, "per- l." v e is ajrnnoten t m r enshdldt betrd r o ppostto, e r...tot propo..er e check of to. 0,.
slated" Iwn using the word "ng- r A, th'. ftenh ee ona s rot onio f rers. "In an era where e oppor-
dge" in congressional testimony. r,, un llohf 15 Ittate thata'e b les oro e tu r the o tUa ent confer tunities for self by the
--- ,-hRep. Adam alayton Powel ewal (D- Ag B tu bedc wrtn eoornin pl a tIn Mulia boe end l a ides s wi are so pabui tile fact
.amuelt pener, of theoa d- EgaAd TRetls Feb (Pthth Geore Meany, AFL president, Wierha the marri l o
H'mel b NOr neof opmis -C (UP- PorimiLO bio woul head the new labor group. broght to
briouh hisbrd o congcossmengs. (is PoSrAoe vFeb. 17 fault of the' aos not
de complained of testimony h th w de o e t e o t i aIlcu the aL xof a b-t v
Cia dssa Hu e nu.- pa Heutston. iwas reveal- 19 amI c thexrieastom be n biang"the Wasd.thelm bk ingforever fm
en o e s oitea r a ed ttorneA toned at least until Friday the at and never had taken a husband w mo
Had Inbott- tted no rN wo mer os because of unfavorable weather stan against discrtme intion. pcosle e than abe
re p. Arthur enlesi t (D-N.Y.). a pn New or on eo. n0 Aaitions offic sneai sat greeyonaortmed en thcer "- i cu-
r o "ntale summei-ac d s e frhe r t ther Tl at con- eheI, iorme p of thea
res the ncet d- foloing anrD brou h khe en aitoter tods to ec he on, rleaed a statement FOR TE MALMAN Check
eutred t a-hearing packed with action on grounds of incompati- t te o e l Mo lthe LneOr org ae rotu HlU
spectators interested in the dian ability. fwo.iwouteetsot.tre-ir for... h..know. n-t whathe tt phstaaa recntl 0 IteLA
given saidu"but hep:te o, s-'Barttd ther nite tarr bee- schduleoto bexire frhom "Thenproposed merer agee. inar iss MM Tin.b17UP)
a ti d 'ngth e' euptn w e hen so n ras toRubrosa taMis atopt a 500-foot steel tower on n.ent between the aL and t IO shows a rural letter eoarrier -Paul -.42 of Chicago
-g C oirectd him.er f h reueso Rb. oa i theewileYucca flat rovin grouthend which was unanimously agreed with the Illingen, a Saar pa- wa ae t r eating four
o toifete i itae pr of the divorce action 75 miles from here early last upon by the full unity committee chul church, in background. Mar.. tO dinner.
Heport hmteincidet(Ufolli hd in loa nw d.h.. ..and..the.meeekndlaertodwittheatherarohotrelkement th y-
"He said he didn't use th w ae r bptionnrurnd Tuesdyhimorni md wa s dhtfe f Oand Aforgve b rov.IFdeT H A '1 I ipa or the
spectators int erested fonrthe bera as requiredQby law, by pwt ownedwhatIss when d ed a ouamonoaM
, '1dmnisher b a c sensbs a, causing a danger to inhabitantM pled hamis for labor unity orovid-
He said he came the So nun.It requests Miss Hutton to l eshegaredtobi e adomT ppde positions ofe lireader-e m g i 1
laluet'hr e s nw advise the court of her t ei p and responsibIlity demo n- m
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