The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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him $50,000 indemn
more than five years
a Warsaw suburban
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reunion with s wife nad his
two young sens.
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his ordeal but appear to be
in good Aealth, ielAK Id he
never was physically eated
by Po1MO a tlUes.
byowrer, ra auected to
he. Said. '"Mere was s-eneral
effort at exhaustion. I d very

Sours For

Iext Week
All Commissary retail stores,
with the exception of Chagres
and Rainbow City Comndssaries,
will remain open Monday. All
stores will be closed Tuesday,
whiob is a legal holiday on the
Canal Zone, it has been an-
nounced at Balboa Heights.
Normally all commissariei.
with the exception of Diablo
and La Boca on the Pacificl ide
and Cmp Berd and Margarita
on the Atlantic side, are closed
on Monday.
The schedule for next week
has been revised bY the Com-
mismay Division in order to a-
void the inconvenience to its
customers of havfn most of the
tor closed for tmree consecu-
tive days. '
FPr next week, the following
wchedue has been announced:
Monday--Most stores will re-
main open. Chagres and Rain-
bow City closed.
Tuesday-all stores will be
Wednesday-,-La Boca, Camp
Blerd, Diablo Heights and Mar-
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Troop, Positions
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TAIPEI, Formosa, Feb. 18 (UP) The Na
Chinese navy and air force announced today, in .
clui communique, that 21 vessels of a Red Cheal
have been sunk in an air-sea battle off Taishmw
120 miles northwest of Formosa.
The communique said Nationalist planes also
ed the Communist Taishop island base itself, d,
eight barracks and a tented billeting area, and in
"heavy casualties" among Communist troops.
It said 1800 Red troops, intended as reinforce
for the Communist Taishan island garrison went
with their transport vessels in the attack on the Co
nist fleet. I I
Listed as sunk by the Nation- A story of U. S. ,pA-4

lidttla cn during tbdo m altcompined air-sea arm were: Stai e
umesseven w -a Cristobal, Cocoli, Gatun, be d Ubrot am aet. r
Field aodt d ..n- ElMe a-aWt armed Junks. s is carded an the back
e. ~M d-O iday-Balbo will be closed. In addition, the communique
Scotism r,1 until gleas _urday-A"wlls beor 1 wllre"'sadd, a number of Regob weda-
,Oc. 46 I1-hie nevwj r- ARiTEid A Swiss citizen who tried to enter the Romanian Saturday-All stores w sal n were dama ter e y es,.-JJ
mitted out of doors. Legatiin in Bern. Switzerland, la arrested by one of the 100 po- main hih would npen. The Naton pounded the .I l
SHe id h ci a licemen urrounding the vla after three anti-Communists seiz- bStorw e w i m to or OpPaunlat reinforemeat, fulet -w
-l o conyb h tho ed the u ing. Th three, who had aoccpied the legation more in mh Aio f R ai__t hiur the mallta an-'
S onvthan o surre lered to authorte 30 minutes before aD 2,o 4 ,_

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I two a Switzerdie ae Te wa Feb. 18 Tueday mo f carrying secret COLUMBI,.CFeb.1l8(UP) A hire o b
S. t hd (UP) The Swi venent Communist ments, p e al Ditrict Jude Georgee i r l w h
Wh e p a was the work he has rejctd a request by Con- sad. Be Timmerman r. ledFor WIO W Home '
jMwJ W."- U- (bt s oha e (a laC ow tn laS1( on munl Romaior extradition Swiss authorities believe the theIs Tim ton on city buses M :--i
smami"l beok, T doe _._en to the behalf ~ (Ceheoovak refa- of four son-COmUmanist Roma- men may have already crowded here s legal because oness edu-tiS AR r .1
hop it fo d u a ----- ... country's legation in Berne for Austria. France or Italy. developed on a city bus." When Mrs. We s Parked l e
".- This apparently was mis- 34 hours, a ordered them tried The police announcement said
construed as part of a British- by a Swi court t was disclosed the our anti Communists Timmerman dismissed a $25,- her car in front of her house on North Dakota, medical
SI American plan to subvert the today. "might be charged with murder, 000 damage suit brought by Ancon Boulevard last night, she Health Burau
postwar Czech regime," he laid. The f our .anti-Communists depending on what will be re- rah Mae Fleming, a Negro worn- never expected to be awakened
a Poland has by now discover- seized the lion in a burst of sealed :in the investigation" of an, who charged her civil rights' at 4 this morni b poice moi-, Bernhart was first em
ed, this was not the. cuae and I tommygn ire Monday night the shooting of the legation were violated when a South ying her that it~ad n stolen.I or several months
have never been an agent forand were taken into custody aft- chauffeur. Carolina Electric and Gas Co. The Anconresident was told foreman vedor
T. TFy .. aFbody.f" ler a two-day slege by Swi po- .bus driver ordered her to sit I her 1950 dark blue Oldsmobile celvin and F
o^ Vf O rV tood, he said, was ade- lice and soldiers. Thoee. is no peace-tinie death the back of a bus here. I sedan had been found abandon- ow e Tml
f FJ "r' quate, but short on vitamins. The Federal Justice and Pplice penalty in Switzerland and the ed .. on Gaillard Highway with its Vll ws a lok guard
He said he had nothing to do, Ministry bounced .there was maxium penalty for murder is She alleged she "as a citizen front end In a ditch opposite the Marine Burea from
SI but -pace his cell until several "no lem .possblty" for Oit- Die Imprisonment. of the United States" had a right Balboa Railroad Station. Dr. Miirhell served
S T L J I one-man hunger strikes wqn him zrlan cm with a. Co. The four men have not been to occupy-any vacant seat in e .Canal one police today were sh .
a pencil and. a copyboo l nd munist'r t t the 0 four Idqtified by tb 8Swiss govern- bus. checking fin rints forn lt
K i I r- the permission to write, some-'men be to be punish- Meat which said 'they have rel- id- I entity of the ef or thieves Celan at Gor bl
R,. i- time in 1951. ed for i emes." atives still in Communist Ro- Timmerman, father of South who made off with the automo- he resigned to enter
---. After that, he said, he wrote The Swi said the men will be mania.- Carolina's governor, was one of bile somewhere between 3 and 4 services.
A.... ...loa.. assengera the waterway is operated. The one novel and a book of re- tried fory-the fatal, shooting of Swiss authorities said the group the judges on the three-Judge a.m. today. .
iAll 00 PrS-. various Civic Councils in the flections n prison life both of Romanian legation chauffeur Dlaimed to obtain secret legation panel which upheld, the coMrs.- Wertzsadd today that one The three new employ
wi s l. ewa US-rate communutles have as- wh- h now are being prepared Aurel Setu during the attack on les. and pass the infbrmanon to tutionalit of school segregation of her neighbors, who was told the States ar. all
deto orrowfor the slated in sponsoring the trip at- for pubiation. the legation and on seven other resistade groups opposing the twice in the now famous aren- of the car theft, remarked that Health Bureau. The
fisorid trSheo anam' urday and have handled applica- To a direct question whether charges. communiU in Romania. d on County case. a similar attem t was made the birth
frst, r -idet the I tions r the voyage. he was a Communist, Field re- Meanwhile, police and troops The Swiss Socialist press serv- That ease and four others were nht before to steal her car dette d ,
Canal i Of the 500 passengers, 258 are piled: were buntin two other member 'ce -charged that- documents reversed by the,' U.S. Supreme bt the thieves were unsuccess- C Rica; Mary
f" wu from P a ide conmrunlties, "I'm not and -have never been o3 the an -ommunist r foundd on one of the arrested men Court last year in its ruling that l. of Bro ,
The boatloadS Of"tours 3wlld gru theCdato-, a Communist.although I thin that seized the, legation. Tey "proved" the Romanian legation school segregation is unconstitu- Canal Zone police were invUesti- Barbar a
dbeC 1ades who ,ta Council- are like a lot of other people there escaped from the building early was the center of a spy ring. Itional. gating both complaints. Californ ,
Scana. fGatun, am 60 *awe from have been occasions when I have
Oamboal Osmboa. In addition to theagr 25 ban in cement with their'.
^ and t he C h:e sw. ,- .- RAINS WINDS CONTINUE BUT :
IMBR n wan t late have been advised that pre-war opposition to Hitler RANS,.
by Gov. will be accimnlodated on and Nadzam.
suc ethn- tMrip it .iangIles occur-

I.t mod'Orker 1955,A-tests Start In Nevada T
Abe ..a rp is to w thePcanal'Ploys Football lLAS VEGAS Noev, Feb. 18 Scientists and military men were|velop the H-bomb in the hope it The Atomic Energy Commissiona have as fine
s.heir. .. t Slbeat-the,, ,- UP)-An Air Force bombed drops stationed near the explosion site would "act as a deterrent to war." ias documentary evidence that world boasts. Rtssid Is
r t Sofathe or PROVIDENCE, R.I., Feb. 18- an. atomic test device' todqy at to witness today's blast MacMillan said at his press con- Soviet scientists mastered he more englaeers that is this
Sto *e* O lotal (UP)-The Rhode Island Work- the Yucca Flat proving grounds Meanwhile Britain announced ference Britain feels the free thecretieal secrets of the A-.omb try.
b t now sr ques- men's Compensation Commission to open a new 165 nuclear test it is developing the hydrogen world's growing strength m a y as, early as 1940. This country al- .
S,- .. -. yesterday revoked the disabiliy series. bomb and the Jt bombers to deliv- force reason on Russia' s leaders. s knows Russia has tested both ATOMIC PLANT Nml Ui
.,Of I .* rinka be payment Albrt J. Cappal The Atomic Energy Commission Pr It to the heartland of "the ene. The White Paper pointed out lar e and small A-bombs and big litie dot the vast
I od n rec la ce dvmber announced last niht that the shoi my Involved." that the United States and Russia B ombs. nent from the mlhes e.
'l of IEwh Ta injured on woulb te fi, *dod Ae t,-ralias Defense Minister .Harold M a c-have announced they were going Germany to te _
So construct and gusty Winds which butte ted Millan made it clear Britain con- ahead with full-scale production ep. Melvin Price (D-lU.). a iroud a l .
COmmIsIMr eorge Frethe area. tiuered this "enemy" to be the thermonuclear weapons. A f the Senate-souse A-
S. he P ed v ur Some 50 Air Force e wifl Soviet Union. Then it added: "The United to c Energy Committee, estlmit RAW
W er X football t or Rhode take part Jb the test but ops idom also had the ability to ad two years ago Russia wo-i germany,
Island erty. will ot be used. A government White Paper read prode such weapons. After fully have 400 atomic weapons by now. soth-etra
S- Th ee rd for fir was in the House of Commeus esater. considering all the implications aal adi
Ef w &s alk shot day revealed Britain's decisi on to this step the government hav Checked today on his predletiaon. X Se ty
m e, R _Ied o p join the United Statep and Russia thought -t their duty to proc e e c endedd it was no mere the t e~ t. S
o .-' o ts current tet series a the third world power produc- with their development and p am nfmmed guess t u said t urriaa. depe W R
^ I~~l~t~ai -""'" I '1*l-B- *m ,il Tlnl Oin -~ ^ ode"b had aim.o toi lng hydrogen bombs. J.ctUon a B ei probably w .s teo Rua g, i .a
d to n shoreM t press conference o preha w e sia
alomni drvce from 8 tel later refused to say when the first Russia has an atomic-hydrogw "beM mistake h Pe It is aMwa
-wer bd~ weath fdi. *'made-in-Britain" hydrogeC bob pjet comparable in sp to underestmat in
._a-5 e Of theOw would be produced, but he added: country as, but lbs b i 1 1S v apaM'lUes." .
S. ur tMl" ipowe "I hope it will be ready when the Leth quality and number ofal w. last
ffijS. + plS T-norw m *il o .xIL 0m. device =wI be ussians require t" eas produced, informed UA ei. te sTe o.f this e. y's 8m. m- t AiL
.b ee Maale Meisu r d a aee- sa condi- The defense minister d toal V. sls said in Wa ndhlnen. at B4mb mu.ras ta M il
.. -. p .. class bombers Britatn s de p- T emphamid e e But A. i. r- .
-,her S I lan ing will be able ta deliver the a s noI ent e mlr
ft= omb. Soviet Union's ateaml weemsINpe is
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I1 E YUN.^ o A1.03.0 By VICTOR RIESEL [ WAie*e i4*
5 IS YOUR FORUM -THE READERS OWN COLUMN I less than a shce of a six or ng to at f te Uited Nt a s e o
billion dollar business. S tatpr wht all their owna story. etor crIticises. uaoth i ta
A Qf AI refer to the union welfare and I hvers- T&e -We --j at mis sts a neabth hut, r
pension fund business over which i vese ial ly but' it R thi
[-, <. B O a civil war is brewing inside labor. O ** t*? O- Senate case when It came to uet g
S-,.__ __ The mot) has been taking hundreds FottgnR tUiUo Commie room the myth of McCty.
Sof thousands of dollars a year out ,/ c./ Tim ,e 1N Reporters are waiting .
S The Mail Box is on open forum for moders of The Panama American. of these funds-and a group of the end of committee meetUnto The Washingtoi tr that
ains are received gratefully end ore handled in a wholly confidential national AFL leaders have now Es nt. Trvi c rW senators n the Far afternoon tve theory e
n aIl,. said publicly they're going to tear East. TV cameras are set up, rea. coverage e United Pr
SIt you comribute a letter don't be impatient if It doesn't appear the the lid off tne racket. dy to cateh nad record the an led four p. Mt r
t day. Letters ore published i the order received. I'm delighted to help-especially ators as they exit pa ie d he
Plnsese try to keep the letters limited to one page length. since it was tour years ago In this Enter the Jui from fe AP, UP S -
dentity of letter writer is held in strictest confidence. column that the rst story of the Wiscosin, not from the committee
This Newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements an oplniom underworld s looting of something room because he is ot a .embera u-me me t Ch
ipsed in letters from readers. called welfare and pension funds He ambls past thFmea t ha thy, covering ve merywls sa,
-- was printed. Ing been tipped d.i fi adnce every move he made. "
This will be a difficult fight and that they are waiting Under his
SLOCAL RATE RENTS It may be that I'm counting myself i m Is a large sheaf of mieo- So the McCarthy legend grew.
r: In on an overmatched bout. You I4pd pres statements. II waa a good atory-ad good
SThe masonite houses now occupied at Rainbow City are sup- see even te government has f ound auaJoeha out a e ofpte
see, even the government has found L t, -* Joe ba out go" o
ed to be of an Improved type. nevertheless occupants have that no one really knuws the full statements Bored newsmen
ade numerous complaints, requesting more adequate protection extent of the welfare and pension lk them, evi no nth e 4 We are no bk to
exposure to wind and rain and no response is yet been made fund "industry." o Ias t m. t v IMS,. Senator 0 t n Jotmtoa of
the Housing Division. A Senate sub-committee, after a- "Would you like me to read prt out Carol, new nhatrman of
whenever it rains heavily many rooms In some of these most a year of probing, finally had of these oU?" sugsesta M- the Civi Service m ttee, write
bear the semblance of a pond, necessitating the use of io say that it has traced only some Carthe to V men. a letter to tal 'S the apartment
Id rats and paper to absorb water from the floors. If the Civic 5,000,000,000 worth of annual pay.- -- There art no takers. The TV aow ma l of the 81 Stat
uncil experts would avail themselves a little time to inspect ments by companies into tnese neh y 1 cameras are waiting for more Department offe iials McCar-
any of these houses, they will readily discover that instead of funds--but that to his figure "must newsworthy senators. Joe miles, argued were Comunts had
nctioning the 20% rental increase. It should be the other way hbe added a considerable amount." "OK," he says ad ambles off, turned out to be CommUIMata.-Th
round. This additional money comes- preu statements under arm. He State Department now tmder Re-
Under the existing conditions, including dire financial cir- from workers, contributions- we rnow when he's not news any- pubian rule ad with Seott Me
stances confronting the majority of local rate employes and don't know just how much more, more. Leod, McCarthy's clos friend, in
impending worsened one In the near future, it's an atrocious but it must run into the millions, kene 1 The time goes back charge of security, writes back:
rime to conceive the thought, of increasing local raters rental, since there are over 11,250,000 the week of L elas Birthday None were Communist
u* ch more to make it effectiVe. Whenever there's an increase workers covered by such funds. 1 950. The placed Wheeling Va.
price quality should also go along. Furthermore, tnere really aren'tMcarthy recording a radio broad That bring u back to the
Whoever furnished the statistic which compels the expected sufficient financial records kept to cast to win votes on the occasion cent scene featuring the TV cam.
create are surely not sympathetic toward the underprivileged tll us what the full scope of these o the great emancipator's anni eras outside the Senate Foreign
group. neither are they Chrisian-hearted or they would be aware multi-billion dollar funs truly is.ersary ays: "I have here in my elation ite room. And
retribution like unto oppressors in days of yore. A House of Representatives La- hand a list of 205. .,A list of hat ds the story.
Prejudice of one form or other, term such an idea legitimate; ago that it did not find ".. .official the secretary t. tate as l ry of M esot he press
contrasting housing rentals n the Republic of Panama, own- records to indicate accurately the members of the Communist party veth and the pr tath awa
Sand operating by private individuals, with those owned and total number of welfare and pen-i and who nevertheless are sl s e the n e of the press
operating by Company Government on the Canal Zone, which sion funds now in existence, the, wr g and 'shaptg poliy in t
as constructed specifically for housing of its employes who wish cost of these plans, the actual State Department" MRRY.GOOUND
u reside on the Canal Zone. This facility as we understood, was amounts paid to employees w h o I Nex at a different place, se.
ot intended to be competitive as it now inclines to be. are entitled to benefits, or the mon. I g in Salt Lake City, M arty President i se nho wer has
.One of the primary factors that should be thought of Is that cys accumulated in the reserves W i says there ar 57 known Comma stopped the practice of sending up
houses privately-owned in the Republic are maintained at a corn- and surplus of the funds in. ts in the State Department. advance copes of his speech when
paratively higher cost than on the Canal Zone. All required volved. ... -- 'Back in Washington, McCarthy he addresses Congress. His
S facilitlesthat are obtained from other concerns, such as light- What we're being told is that Fm L a Sono" w changes ow a s explain that the rustling of
ic. gas and water, etc. are at higher commercial rates which nobody knows what s happening to NEW YORK HEARTBEAT groes Banned From Lincoln Day "Sponsor" weds Dorothy Munster Communists in the State Depart paper as so 500 cngre en
necessitates the rentals charge. many hundreds of millions of dol- A fair At Miami Hotel .. Moan f the Broadcastng Telecasln meat. eh page as Ike delivers it
Apparently, this may not be-of any gnificance to the author lars that rightfully belong to the Celebs About Town: Doris Day, Over Miami. taff Zsa Zsa Gabor turned Scene 2- Place, the Senate and makes him .. The Navy
Sthe 20% increase, but at present there are several employes vwrking guy and his wife and cil. le Frn wn aN MS mili Ja- d 1w tead" ldo ud--a D t s arm
e -o t C Zo n w a a e w t dren. aid decorating Reuben's midnight Midtown Novelet "Smiling Ja- ip flicker: The Big atch. State Dean Aeson advises that mral Pde, commander
nhsnk on the Canal h r bree wt h onntc" SaeDanAhsnydie
ability of paying rents also In the cities of Colon and Panama Yet from what we do know we hour Jackie Coogan earoute kie" has been pNdoding his papers Wire from a reader: "You say Joe's wild statements be ignored. of the Seventh for risking
dilaced relatives who are not permitted to reside with them have been able to learn that at back to Hollywood via Lindy's. at the corner of 51st and 7th until the opposition papers never publisa The American public has more his neck at Tace s peonaly
the Canal Zone orindien friends who are also unable to east $127,475757 was paid in wel lliott Nugent and producer Court- 2 a. every night for e past your court victores-t hat you sense than to fall for such a wild ew in helicopter over t Island
et such demand. fare fund premiums during 1952 ney Burr shop-talKing at Dinty two years. .. He is a parapegic haven't lost a radio lawsuit In 25 charge, he tells the White House -wtn easy range of Chines
Oh God, help us n this atomic and hydrogen age, each day fiscal year. This went up to $136,.- Moore's Joe DiMaggio carry- or more than a year Jakie sears. Perhaps they don't consi- and friendly senators. Communist guns. Senate'Ma
O h. ..Go d h e lp u s In t h is a t om ic a n d h y d r o g e n ,e, c h d"98 ,0 6 7 in n p r e m iu m s in a19 3 .e nW es e. ..s
) are realizing mor, thefulfilment of the scripture Halt the9067 in premums in 1953. We ng victuals to Marilyn Monroes been saving his pennies to buy a er It news till you lose!" ority Leade Lydon Johso of
nalaught of tho who seek s b e have no full figures on the multi- hotel room Phyllis Kirk, buy- nEw wneel-cnair. 'o replace his
havenoullhfsuress"i ",But Acheson reckoned without Texas has htirs Grace Tcly, per.
hchwehaven't o beg takenawafrom Amen billion dollar pension funds which Ing her tv apparel (for the Red time-worn one .He finally had The Big Time: Jan August's mel- certain GOP publishersalso with onal secretary to the late Pr
S-a Flash! are to make old age retirement Buttons show) at Lord & Tay- enough coin to purchase it when odandies at the Mermaid Room. out certain senators. for months dent Roosevelt. Some collea ues
--- F-lash. easier for tie man who worked ,m r's, where she was a sales-gal in the olo Drive started. The A nightly Jan-session Joan they had been looking for a popu- are wondering f this e'
... hard all his life. 1947. .. Sherman Billingsley being pathetic pictures of afflicted chil- Weber's 2nd straight disclick: "It lar, catch-all. sure-fire political is running for president Actually,
S "' -- The commissions received by lo\ed by a Welsh Terrier puppy, dren decided him That they May Sound Silly" .Johnnie sue. This might be t. Suddenly Lyndon hired Miss cause
', I-.--' Ihundreds of agents in 1953 on wel- who whimpers like an infant needed his money more than he Ray's platter. "Paths of Paradise" the small three-paragraph items he's an expert on Washnton and
lore fund insurance alone came to Myron McCormick, who never needed a new wheel-chair. ja- ."I've Been Thinking," one of about the senator from Wisconsin needed a job. ... Cong.Harrison
S $4,762,872. There was another $1,- missed a' performance of "South ki went to the nearest Polio Fund the 4 Lads' best. .CharlotteRaethat appearednobscure partsof Williams of New Jersey s prepare
304 ,318 in fees and allowances that Pacific" during its 4-year run, ex- office And gave them the and Paul Killan s comediantics atthe papers were blown up. Ca- ing a bill that would pisent an-
J. year-whatever that means, cited about his hefty role in "Ad- money. To help some helpless Blue Angel. tol Hil newsmen wprte other Harvey Matusow false-wit.
S. I want to s re tha kIes weigh" ... Maureen O'Hara child. to send more coP My. ies fiasco. His p sal would
StiMe figures'iAr elfar f. W Long Gray. Lne" fn, --- a t Watch; Mari e Lor The drive to fan u g those ive f
und inssurance. ebw of th betying the Htel Plta. scene T. nes Square Smatalk: Ela Lo- Larils role i An' c as was o .. -- i secret ad
St otherare o pen- .. Debbieddle huddling in the gan is back n 'town without her alt."tal A ate pe t ty to
Sion fund insurance, on which the 47th Stret snow-flurries, after wit- kilts. Opens at the Plaza next gal. Drama criti J .Chapman ed. After prol a his into court
statistics must be fabulously great- nessing he Desperate Hours"... nionth. .. Melpdrama in the Night: will shepherd a bunch of tourists izdea bearings, it It ,a they woue to repeat
SI er in total. Miss Garb buying a pound of ca- The owner of a new East Side spot to foreign drama-centers this Sum- majority report. No i oItath .
How much of this was handled viar and bagels at a Madison Ave- had his frau thefted by his bar- mer. An authority on the subject lcged Communists the C. W e governor of For.
S. w by honest men? How much was nue delicacy shoppe. tender, who went to the cops and Betty Murph of the Broadway artment were Co unt 4aid ulea biree with Chiang Kal.
looted? Nobody knows. -- r. reported that the husband was run- ,irlsicals is in Vegas establishing he majority. Senator. of hek a s bees' severely criti-
S( I A Senate sub-committee under Sallies in Our Alley: They were ring a pick up joint. NicePeople residence. He is popular Hamilton Massachusetts, Republfean d s-cal has made a secret pled to
I n. Irving Ives reported that it chinning about Irving Berlin at the The wedding of J. W. helton of the Blue Book Re- rented. st criticizing C ag. (Mame
.picke nly 29 funds in Philadel- Friars. "Not 6nly is he a great breath of Columbus, Ohio (presi- port from Vegas on Marie Wilson's Scene 3 One year later. Li.n- Chang iwung the deal) Prem
Shis, C cago and San Francisco Erongwriter," quipped confrere Solly dent of the Pittsburgh Pirates) to art: Her act and bra straps need coln Day speeches again warmed er Malenkov's resignation, ts no
f r, -f ~ because only "fragmentary data Violinsky, "but he's one of the Russell Firestone's bidder hod so- tightening London reporters p o i t i c a I audiences. Washing reported was actuary written for
were available concerning the es-. martest, too. He's got every holi- clety pages and front pages so ex- tay Krushchev isn't Malenkov's ton marked time. Not much news. him by the new backstage Dictator
S, -tablishment and operation" of wel- day tied upl" ...At Le Cupidon cited, it was stale news via our brother-in-law. But Lpok mag's au- The Senate was almost empty. of Russia, Nikita Khrushchev.
f are and pension funds In the count. a Hollywood starlet was asked Sunday nighter almost a month thor ought to know. He's Stalin's Senator Kilgore of West Virginia
t .. ry. The report said that these 28 what she that about the possibill- ago Tne Duke of Windsor will nephew! It's a boy for the rose and recalled thit, exactly one
were a "mere fraction of the sev-.ties of another war... "Oh dear," play golf for the Runyon Fund S. Prosens at Dr's Hosp. P 0 P ear before, his colleague from
ffEt' al thousand welfare plans pres- she sighed, "What did Louella say Feb. 25th when the Boca Raton wrote: "Till I Waltz Again Witn Wisconsin had made a speech in
\ ently operation g throughout the about IIedda now?" crowd stage iheir 2nd Annual Ball. You" Item: "Ethel Merman West Virginia charging that there
U.S." Hollywood stars and society philan- lo Quit Stage .. But Mrs. Les were 205 card-carrying Communist
Okay. We don't know much Taps For Swing Street: Man! thropists will make it a Must-Go lie, honey! There No Biz Lik n n the State Department. Now, said
about, the others. But what about This wuz the Place for Jazz Have you seen Harry's new You-Know-What! Kilgore, one year later, not one
-a pthe 29, which may or may not be Sweet & Hot Mellow & Blue delly on W. 47th? Such Fancy-. Communist had been uncovered.
representative? Some were well op. Any wav you Wanted It. Grace Hartmnan Abbott (of the Sounds in the Night: At Cookys: Sen. Humphrey of Minnesota,
c rated. Most were nqt. We hav no You Gnt It. On "52" When Hartmans, dancing headliners) is "Looks like the late Serge Rubin- Johnston of South Carolina Leh- I
-*- names here. The Senate sub-com.illie wuz a Holiday to hear. criticady ill at Queen of Angels stein wasn't the only one who can man of 'ew York joined In the
S ittee, which appears to believe When the "Hawk" flew High Hospital, L. A. et away with murder' At the debate, supporting Kilgore. Repib-
Sin' full exposure, just used code When The "Deuces" wuz running' teak Pit: "It takes money to buy lcan senators rose to McCarthy's
Numbers In its public report. How Wild When Ryan's wuz a Riot .the things that are more impor- defensedemanded that Kilgore be
this code.curtain helps the cause I ... When yez couldn't get tables al Manhattan Murals: The Chlln-itant than money" At La Cornm- made to take his seat for critics B
esy MA- %4% don't know. Kelley's Stables When the ose gentleman and the sar-attired edie: "The torch is when the drink ing another senator. It was a T o y people vetried to
SBut in -one fd $136000 disp- whole darn Street .Had a Beat lady on a Madison Avenue bus you're drinking consists of Scotch news-worthy free-for-all when no In the wor by
"Mule train-hya.hlHyah'bl" peared in checks of $500 to $10,000, When the turn off 7th Avenue chatting away in Spanish Sign and Tears." Washington news was breaking. down py t es
mostly made out to "cash", who- wuz a turn to Seventh Heaven. iii the window display of corks atI
ever he is. And not to Stripper's Paradise ... a 57th St. likker store: "For the
S, In another fund $17,000 was miss. an, it wuz Nice So Play it Hole in Your Head" .. .The Tues-
u A r to P ing. In another operation one busi- Dreamy a Bad, Sam Mute day night Mamborama shows at
SMaon Acrn 1 iess agent drew a salary and lived the Horns and blow a Coda .. .For R o se 1 a n d Enterteen-ment for MERCURIO FJEWELL ERS OFFER
Mostly in Florida. Under another the Hot House Flower that bud- youths of all ages. The tiny
i _'* H, Flan the police was taken from ded, bloomed and bowed. .To rhoppe on W 54th which specializ-
(eb.) *; -one broker ard given to another G-String. cs in very expensive doll house

eu1 aISS .Blw Siy whilethe looting goes on. All Is that John Reynolds, heir to Broadway Owl: Pat Marand, .
"1 Caaruds of whieh sa ghasly betrayal of a real estate fortune, marking whose first Main Stem role was ".
rstoe working gty by both sides. 'lme as a Palm Beach doorman? leading lady of 'Wish You Were
bi SAIrn Some funds gave the union mem- When Dick Contino isn't Here,' is now in "The Pajama
os l8 Wooly her a $"50 life insurance policy. "queezing his accordion he prac- Game," replacing .Marion Colby 1 '
*- 8U.024 v MOi tehe 3 I Well administered funds cover the tices on Anna Maria Alberghetti as understudy to Janis Palge. La
S PsatberahuIn 31 NateSin 4. orki'g Joes with $2,000 to $20,000 '. Why does a show so good as (Colby deserted to ABC-tv. .It's a .
'Et S 'S ilicl. Some funds cover a toiler "The Rainmaker" (with such a son for the Philip Ingalls of The ,
Sk SS uzp nglsduiv's9 tbele a for y 10 days of sickness. The fine cast) have to close??? ...Mrs. Lambs Club. Mam is beautiful |f
ld stld rnla aUmshrivr good ones cover him for as long Eara Ward weds G. H. Montgom- Bosemar. O'9hea of "Call Me M-.
*Alaks to 3782tsa ,a t"roniture .as 52 weeks In some cases, ery in June. Her Dad edits Atlantic dam," "The Red Mill," "Sweet- t -
ala Sm ? h'wl oDrtast Some give hospital and board for Monthly Medics report Eartha hearts." etc.. Caskie Stinnett, .
mlb I TiSd~ 41DruL. mtal a meager 21 days others hand out Kitt's collapse was due to a kidney the humor writer for the top s 1-
Ana i 41 hTt rcde g01se complete medical service and sur- ailment. Chums diagnose it as mags, is the latest to join the exo-
S Iinve tof shetredside 2 Britisha r gery benefits so a sick or injured "The Torch" Dully O'Brien, dus of artists and writers from ,
Me:^r. 411 MwZeeland ofameount working man can rest easy know- tutimates say will blend with Phil- Bucks County Pa. What happened W-
IBdanew plQwhotogrph' timbiser te 0nmb i ing his famly won't have to hock Ip Schell Gregory Peck's new 1o that one-time popular (with in-
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Sq ,e4JalksThroughByO ne Vote WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 ,(UP)- sea water by the most economical
a s T I .Ji V o he government Is mykmg prom- process in use at present."
,;T, y n i mg progress toward conversion He said that if Congress ex-
S" ,, of sea and brackish water into lends the research apro m some
b. UP) U. industries a ad throw Rayburn Jumed quickly into Rayburn said opponent had a freas water at a practical cost. eight or 10 pilot plants, costing
-PM ,t w S.." -t ..wthe breach afterthat vote. right to try to crippledl this bill ... rot $0 ,0o ,.0 each
zed iamb a d Whe m inycaa Rep licans had a that votegh tthey to cripplee ths bn." That day of cheap costs, how- mould be buUt in various parts o
tnrouIne ft !toue Wft by a been expocte4 to oppose the bill, Striding onto the floor, he told But he declared they should ever may be from 5 to 10 years the country to test promising
one-veti yesterday after- the oppositlon.eventua. cut pro, the eatmbr that "the House has try to attain their goal by sup- a.ay, a government expert said processes.
a hectic e..oa In which protee-. y much across party lines. done a most unusual thing and porting Reed's motion to send it today.
tio s imae. almost won out. It eame rom members seek. under the present circumstances back to the committee that work. He said a pilot plant now is o-
It.fas sAQtbr furious battle protecon for a wide variety of a very dangerous thing." ed on it, not by slashing it in hur- ..owever, expert David S. Jen- perang in a 40 x 8 foot trailer
lpter. today u.. prodats. empeelay tea, tried House votes. kns said American researchers near Phoenix, Ariz. and convert.|
In oZ ,m closest tai *lff f hts ies and eal. The noing that Rep. Clarence .can learn a lot from foreign adc- Ing some 25,000 gallons daily of
SHoe first On thefirst vote, which tht J. BownR-0.) had offered a Rayburn said "e ver y body cntists. ni ackish water.
edn histo "gary," rue barring amen potectonists won, 101 Democrats motion to open up the bill to A ts Jab em loyed, t enkins, director of the govern-He said that when the federal
ments and tHen did a turnabout lined up with 106 Republicans to kinds of amendments, he said: at est surplus. rducin te ment's salin water conversion program began in 1952 the cheap-
by retchn. 13 to I, a rule defeat temporarily the "ga "as an old friend to you all, as a i a on the face p of thproducing program wants ongresr co exes sea-wate conversion e4 11.
perml unlimited amend- rule. Voting In favor of the n lover of the House of Representa. ehv on the lace vt. e the life o th m and tes. ere about $400 to $400 an
ments. e switch came aft r to bar united crippling amend- ties ana its procedures, I ask and weare have gleaot to have trade end crease the mon gram ansuch cre foot But now, he said a
an impasoned plea by Spealer ments were 118 Democrats and vou to vote down this motion by We are he. leaders o the to_ n c he onedy, o hr. goal of $100 to $1h25 an acre foot
a r. Brown." world," e ulid. "We have been Work from 2to 6 million dollars. is "beini approached."
B showdown... Republicans. Mr. Brown:ebrhallenged with the leadership of "Foreign scientists in s uc h apProa hed
ethOw day, Bh a ond le voen an. I'rance, Italy., Autia a, anti sh water which does not need ex-
throug ,.on a9 ,to12votea RIx ngepg.ale Saggs (D-La.) salId South Africa are doing great work tensive treatment might be con-
non p rg any re M em phis Fights D ixon-Y ,es ope g the bill to amendmentson tne rabel e m etolu the Uni- vet fr$" a c
Zrop t'oim r. Sodsd a a-4P/ would produce "the finest exam-icd Press. foot.
as- he .oa m o l / l o log."Uing we ever had In ca too
an amaA.scw. ",. this body in many years." He "We can jolly well lea rn a lot _
The fi.rla rsal ca. me AfterPlan, M ay Boild O wn Plant acparently was trying to sw1j In fom them-a sort of foreign aid-
Rayburn dr w pn all his oratrl Pline Southern Democrats seeking n reverse. I've visited some of ew D o mAy
tal skill teodalve one of his rae to protect their textile industry. the countries and what I've learnND
floor speeadb on behalf of the Bailey fired back that the sugar cd is that we've got a lot to Aa
program. whleb President Eisen-1 M EMPHI, Feb. 18 (UP) -The iates plant will cost consum- industry in Louisiana was protect- learn." w a -oAhIed YAIdniIIIb
bower.slit a ya vital, part of ityo Memphis threatened to- era more than Ae nominally ad by Import quotas on Cuban-I vle.Vj. fu
this ames anti-ommunist ef- da tO "secede" from the Ten- pried TVA e l became sugar. He said he wanted a pro. Jenkins told the House Inttrior
forts. nessee Valley Authority system they will have for vision to protect the coal indus. Committee that some 10 laborato-
Rayburn and other leaders were and build ts own steam plant the new plant d tranmis- try by curbing imports of foreign ign processes to change sea to sueror from los of vtsour. ne.
stunned by the -strength of the rather than draw power from ion lines ermoa the river residual fuel oit. fresh water are under study, and eOUnSes. wOak body. Impure blood.
bill's protetonlat opponents, who e Dixon-ates lant to be from the TVA-~ ke. "He's a, protectionist,' Bailey some I1 are "gleams in our tailing memory. and who are olo and
won the fst test on th built st across t Missippi said of Boggs, "and objects to me, yes." But the most promising i t o aws.ia
rule by d29 voatelys,207 to 78. River in Arkansas. Thomas H. Al n, president of trying to get a little protection lound po far. he said, is the Hick- co ery by an American Doctor.
Theiry imwfrdiately be n sow-" The city's defiance received the city-owned light, gas and for West Virginia Industries. .nan still for large-scale v a p o r Til new diaover makes It po
up their forces for the al s enthusiastic support from at water utility which draws its Other protectionist members compression. our. oul ands an4 b ly tody
down- tonight .least one other point in the TVA current from TVA agreed with said the textile Industry was en. build rich. 'pure blood, to trensOthN
The secondgassault will comeat, larba. A newspaper in Tupelo. the mayor and said he already dangered by possible new con. Although yet In its infancy," your and memory ad toe a
the lose oftealnght's debate whenMis., urged that Memphis build has conferred with financiers a- cessloas on imports from Japan. he sald, 'this process m a y whob a home medicine in pleasant
Rep. Danuel A. Reed (R-N.Y.)~ ts own generatingt facllitie or bout selling a million dollars Some Southern Democrats, who make possible production of fresh ay-to-take tablet form doe awap
bak ot o th o Was ana d and that the state of Tennessee take worth of bonds to build a city previously sup ported the I r a d e water from sea water for about o on a 'ukl b
bill baik t.the House Ways n over operation of TVA. plant here. Tobey added there program switch ed on this ground. one-fourth o the cost of distilling.' et it aoluteyarmles and nat-
Means Committee with bstrue-" will be no difficulty in the fi- ._ral to action.
tions to water it down nnThe success of this amasing discov-
Th bill would grant the re. Mayor Frank TO fMe- nancing. r led V-T ben so
Ideat's request for u lg ren-y.r phl said flatly t the wy. tatlle ItInowabein glstributednb sga
pytoda'ecity hemlut bore. In other words Vi.
dtene of redprt tra will refuse to buy power generat- The bonds would constitute a rab n make youtel feeill of l rour
program, lain W21 years as e ed by the proposed 101-mlion- mortgage on the stean, plant to i oef The best fruits T aba o ttl
under the posevelt adalulustra- dollar Dixon-Yates steam plant be paid off from electrical rev- ipeollbottlof 48VI-Tabseotslle.
u at West Memphis, Ark., a, pri-enues, Tobey said. The best fruits et Vi'a
It also would give, the Presi- vate power enterprise. chemis, td.
dent power to cut tarlffit15 p er "If the construction of the Conceivably. Sudh city-own- 100' sM- "d'" a
cent onproducts for which pres- DtXon-Yates plant Is commenced ed plant would be able to supply
t triff-ttng authority is n east Memphs," Tobev said, most f not all of the Memphis ook better
hausted "certainly the city of Memphis and northwest Mississippi orea Ua i
n submitting tht legislation to will take Immediate steps to affected by the diversion of TV4.
ident said it wasn no d d to Under the Dixon-Yates con- the Dixon-Yates land. ... and
strengthen this nation's a I I I e s tract with the Atomie Energy taste better, too,
against "communist armed ag- Commission, the privately con- 'The Tupelo Journal said in an
gressign" and "internal s u b v e r. structed plant will feed 600.000 editorial that with private In- with AVOSET
sion" by building up their econo- kilowatts of current into the terests encroaching on TVA the Table G
TVA system at Memphis to re- opportunity is ripe for the state Table Grade.
But Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey place an equal amount diverted -f Tennessee to take over the Made from
(D-W.Va.), leading the floor fight to the atomic works at Paducah, public utility.
to open it to amendments, and Why in th real cream
other optponets declared t h a t Memphis officials contend "Why in the name of common
lower ta-lff barriers wou)d injure that power for the Dixon- sense doesn't the sovereign stat it's'
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Ing rear-guard battle and ret on
the offensive?" the editorial

. "...There s no dolit In *ur
mind about the muaildpalites
and rg rl electric coops
throughout the Tennessee Val-
ley Joining hands with Ten-
nessee and helping set up, fi-
nance and manage a new re-
Ion-owned and eon trolled
Tennessee Valley administra-
tion that will forever be free
from the danger of destruc-
tion from the federal level,"
the newspaper added.
'Shades of Andrew Jackson!
Can anyone imagine Old Hick-
ory letting a bunch of Republi-
cans come to his state and de-
stroy one of the vital agencies
of his state?"
Public power advocates In this
area have suggested that David
E. LUlienthal or Gordon Clapp,
both former TVA heads, be
placed at the head of a state or
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Ike Tells Party They Can Win

n '56 With Right Candidate

WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP), behind President Eisenhower as
President Eisenhower said to-; "one of the greatest men any
day the Republican can retain party ever had."
1956 if they pick a candidate _
with ideals and personality.
AFEW FAST FACTS: Fran War-. The President, who carefully,
o tou. with l"sbe Pajama refrained from saying whether
.ame, is s itju to be sbrler-test- ehe might be the man, made the
S wun I tle a ow bits Lus An- statement in an off-the-cuff,
eies. ner .alenus say ahe may speech at a closed lunch meeting
61 groomed to succeeu Doris Day of the Republication National ACIY ON NRIDGE
s mce queen of Warner s musicals' Committee.I
S. rene Dunne says bie s By OSWALD JACOBY
S'ed of "always being called a Shortly before, the committee Written for NEA Service O CLAl, DY i M r gise
ia" -wnat uoJ peuple e-pect, any- unanimously accepted the re-
" *." Artuur tGodfrey's faults commendation of a seven-mem-
'm, no.leJ, uuL people uon L I ber subcommittee that the 1958' NR.-H -- --3
Sw-aa -Arthur duesn t tell *GOp convention be held in San No I -
e 1 Ln i nis many 8uuu 4 .ues. Francisco the week of Aug. 20. d QJ 102 3Af.le MW,1 ANDo i
i B ently, ne pau the hupa1 Bls EvieHayes Janis Carter Committee members who at-' 9 A 32 9I1.TTE4. UiSO K1 FOJ -S S
car andi chauLieur put at tne i.- I dent side-stepped any reference 6964 oFUSMA .Aou P
IW&urne, Sydney. Adelaide, Perthi 4,F64 h p
al theman weourlatohis own future political plans. WEST C BAiT 1 I!
as hoipitazed Howard' and tour .Ne Zealand. which have become Washington's 6987 46 KO52 49 WM AT
iaerry nouerg, who deurates "Im over here now," she says, No. 1 guessing game. o. V9 974 gO
etany of thel tais' apartments, re.- or 18 months or so. -I'm scoutiS The President was introdtui *AQ87ST J 10 93
eco'dt.s aiu. own pace 4u11pieLe, for some TV shows. Television w by Republican National Chair-1 OKJ52 4Q10?
every six months. Latest inno- open there in about two ears, and man Leonard W. Hall. who ear1- SO. T (D)
vatioL: suecc-.uvered cilals. lie head of the TV station gave me er slapped at the party's nti-S A4
: -Valle blanche to buy television Eisenhower rdghtwtng as "a ew' aKnJ1088-6A
a Jams Carter. ot the "Feather howss here' Eisenhower rlghtwing as a few
Jais Carter, ow the aere people who haven't caught up KS? -
your Nest" TV show, paid a duty' definite k with the facts of life." I A
a to exeues the show's prize ranch eHayes is a ta, cheery girl Hall said he was pleased to be, Both sides vuL.
Ih mke the show prse ranch ... f _eatlnbg with a Republican Pres-Nrth
i-omes. bne was miroauced, bri't, wh a g voice. She's been n voiced a hoe p that r s- We N\
qe Bernie Gcrmershausen. show business since she was four. ident and voiced a hope thatl I West t Past
. ,,Germershaus said, 11er parents were in vaudeville mbers of the committee could I
Iig remember it. and, at that tender age, she made eat aain with the same chief p 5P. P- 6
ing b member. bu t with aact called, fright executive. Opening d LE OOF
eniglys, "ThEve DowU glas Teenyd I Informants said the President
nies and there was a laughingly endorsed their When today's hand was played
si r "B u. ,who g p art of Hall's hope but stope m a recent tournament the open- FOR A DM-LP4
up to be June Havoc. short of any su gestions heng lead was the nine of spades at
up t h June Havo. ,would be a candidate for re-,; practically every table. A club
* GALE STORM ("My Little Mar- She was doing moderately well! election next year. lead would have been more effect. .... -AI
]lto" CBS-Radio): 'ihe Millers' in America-vaudeville and such' They said he emphasized that tive, but nobody felt like leading | |-
parties are always so stiff and for- -but really hit her stride in the GOP candidates should seek away from the king-jack. | W f 26-
otaL Mrs. MillUe gets so formal South Pacifle And life in Australia Dublic office it a spirit of service The spade opening gave South I) i
Mnd Mr. Miller gets so stiff. is peachy, if you'll listen to EVIE to their nation rather than be- a free finesse, and all except one
---- -- TALK ABOUT THINGS LIKE: cause of a thirst for nower. declarerr took advantage of It with \
"And this is Henry Harnisch. The Evie Hayes Gold Mine, In He also s a i d Republicans a grateful noa to the opening lead.
.which she ha .a sizable share; a should work with the Democrata e. Let's see how much cause l
r. ..uranium field in which she's an for the good of the country, par- these players had to be grateful.
"Hrelschfeger, eh?" said Jans, investor; and her o wn private ticularly In the field of fore n The queen of spades was al-
Msesisi aga. suppose the next each house. affairs where communism is t e lowed to hold the first trick, since
m sM. E cklebeder." "It's easy to have a beach teal enemy. n Ino East player was foolish enough
"No. This is Arthur Pipenha. house," she says. "After all, I own Discussing the record of the to covec with the king. South too
,_, t he beachh" t a Repqblican-steered 83rd aCon- the king of hearts, cashed the ace d
. -.e- tgress, the President said it ad-eof spades, and entered dummy
S the names were leit-Ger The Cinerama p r o c e still located policies of "dynamic con-with the ace of hearts to lead the -
.. h .na s rfe ", d alkes .theother wide-screens look serve tism." jack of spades. This time East
f as n, H' anis cale d aim Iike Browie s shots. 'hesec. The San Francisco convention covered with the king, and South BOOTS AND HER BDDI
Sd Cenr aArthur. venture, "Cine- site was favored by Republicans ruffed.
-, enyr oau -ur. rama Holidav," is in some ways determined to Induce President' Unfortunately, there was n way
When they like you in Australia better thn horgnal. The first Esenhower to run again.. The to reach the dummy for the es. .
theyREALLY ike you. Like the Impact is one, but the cameras anti-Eisenhower group favored tablished ten of spades. South had
president of the Evie Hays Fan ae become mere versatile, and Chicago or Philadelphia, the on- to lose two clubs and two dia. eT SW SLWt6 t.
C who saw her hoerine in "An. indoor shots have improved. ly other cities under considera- monds no Matter what he did. "TST w41 s OGH P Al Wn S W-4
Set Yosur Gu" 110 times. And HIspot I a train ride through tion. One declare, Charles J Solo- S l ktCL t P C
it see toAutralian Primethe wiss Alps wh thrling sce- mo, the Philadelphia expert, CcOW t tc
t0 rtXa s, who went ery and beautiful photography. Chicago, where the Democrats made the game contract. He de-
o le as 1 times. Maks you want to throw snow- will hold their 1956 convention cided that the spadeinesse was
tr-- a Te like Evieballs. the week of Aug. 13. was the riot free, since it might easily cost
D' muQUICKIE:tual.rTheuSeat-Issacene of a big GOP anti-Eisen- him the contract, and. h@ waw, of
mbee the DICK'S QUICKIE: Bruce l natower rally last week. There wants cubw it h t.
musical sas he' fortalk by Gov. J. Bracken LeeI A,
tsa Mille Utah of starting thirdparty th 0
n, after eetxrav I conservative Republlcans ,. wis own sa
Sv ye- called Igs ( Democrats. Wo s iown 48
rian ends said, "he ---- !Hall publicly acknowledged the with the ace He drew two rdnd ,
nt be the Ethel perman of i split within the Republican Par-' of trump with the king and queen, t
2'u alla." ty. He opened the national com-r after which he led a spade to dum.
ta ensense," said one of the Aus- mittee meeting with an implied any's ten.
trallans"Ethel Merman is the warning to the anti-Eisenhower East made a trick with the king
'Evie Hayes of America." / forces to step in line or be bowl- of spades, somewhat to his sur.
It was in 143 that Evie Hayes dd. hc over at the polls. prime, but the gift did him no good' CAPTAIN FA
9Iist went Dnwn Under. She was He said the Republicans can East could lead a diamond andCATAI AI
on a vaudeville tour with her hur- a win ip 1956 if they close ranks thus get two diamond tricks, but
brwd, Will Mahoney-the man who the defenders couldn't get any club
bu a WlIfe dalM ah g on an eylo-n trick at all. #
i L a lfe ac I an YI The average food manufactr- South won the first round of S .
P' nce then she's been there al ing company earns about 2% cents clubs with the ace, entered dum- m i" LT
.mot continually. She got the idea e .we i on every dollar of sales, and the my with the seace of hearts, and I 6 SaGB
in the Australian -version of "An- average food retailer earns one discarded two clubs on dummy's T Um 8
4ale, Get Your Gun" and played it When a guy Is Intoxicated with cent ont he' dollar. queen and jack of spades.
r.three and one-half years.mAnd love before marridoe, he often r JCurdi ouly enough, whichever side
a'. Me Kate" and "Call Me becomes punch drunk ofterwo vented the collapsible metal tube wound up on the wrong side of
am." The shows play Mel- in 1841. 'the ledger.

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..... ,. ... ... .. ... ula who was bor hIn Ala-
eae. be ,..barns, was the ,ues. of h9nor at
24'u Ji *, phde&0 a Capitol Hill lunch given by the
leet reserve Meetlag Alabama congressional delega-
STe ,e Mleet ing r the a Ion. She is starring here In the
..... r ns o l et theAplay bDear Chrles."
cation will hold its monthly imnet- De es
r .W. rg n Bldg..9, Coco ooo, e Sen. L Nris ter 1 (D-Alas), h i st
Dr l o v. B.Hedo M. M MORENO w wednesday t 7'0 c Service Ceter tonight co. i-

B Crlito at and Balboa h Uaebaa Mr. W. N. Horalsh, reign a Qen of the YMCA 7-30ice Na mench at 7:30 p.mH Matters of
S. Sch M VL. UO Coronon arhval Meenute. mps ntoduction was toou
............ s much for Talulah. she drawled
"O-tNlar .. ..birth o -te back: "Now we know all boutd.
Thetarheeeingloabama h ,
th bba- iC- P urcion Mrs. N- e Oeierll onel c. M- |

STmrow ee the ik ch, Mr. P. Peca Mrn. G. arr, Commandi. General
held on Monday t U.S. Army Carbbean wi.m.

Vdi .r' wf ill v1 Mrs. W. G. Sal, Mrq. &. R. Sew crown the Queen at tha. time. 0
Christian,6K & g-Regular'.order of b.. lpes- .m 'wil nent committee of Justice Lod; l
SWea e~be CWducted with Mrs. oH reln i d N arcise temple of Elks will o was elected Quee
H. .W'bStern, Noble ,- In the chair I'nert at the rear office of the Pa; I pl
T p os. Tu rs. h. e he wi ific Service Center tonight comrn-
Cri' a dred Balboa HMte Mrs.W. n.oMaure dance the of the YMCA Justice. Nr mencng at 730 p.m Matters ofs-
Jr.V.aSchoolsV.. a,.r.. B. Ub CriORstiOCarhivalm ladge Meetp urgent Importance will be discus'
ts, l OO. ul 4 p.m. Price la 1 per vre on Saturday at R The Joint recreatioa4 nterta I n. ed.

prB r feed t whole Ths Cristobal Woman's Club at the 1 celebration to General.
h o mr E, gt and on a Vlee Silvers eral Mc rr who C ill then

'. ag1 ThorateB ea- trienhs are welcome. ea tot.orrow from .3 to 5 p. crown the new Queen. f .
er a ata v.r -. ta the Red Cros Buildg a- crow the Queen a that time.

resident in ABa I honor of shwewr FIr Bre New Cristobal. _.
)tir-' nt'e,.Wfl --b Pfn" of Mne*sU Gloria Bamson and Alice Door prizes have beco donated aNo rd= Rbnon was electeQ
ew Y Hagborg of Curundued werole hby Cotlon merchant 's Clu 1 at the 154 celebrate to en-

The Pt la to aa Satur- hoste e at bridal shower iv- Proceed s from the tea will be Mr a Ms a. t o r as tr er' s

da for Naw arok and will ntop en in honor of Mis Ealfnia 1S. used foi charity. u h Tubbs, and Mrs dgar
Sin ti en route peau, w to b e wed on Mon- tomorrow fro o crown the new een.
ra.ero I sori---- 5i. ta the Rd CSBudirerap ding Irn'

DiMatbla o he tob wa buffet tylhewith Ladlen HaverLaQchuoFee Arrangement lassw Ill
r. a Mr s.. R. K. Morris small colo wd umbhollaiarraned At GalbWoCa n The nth eubIs of thth 114 c to en.
have sda to .their home in o hoothe later adNew CristobalW.. S. Hawk d and Mrs. Irving S. Robinson, w
B, a wmr trip of Mimsuth A Gio atte Smnd we M. Anglice Door pries Aubrhavey Shelly serving aMrs W G. Sal Mrs..D. S. Shine,
N owri Y lagb Morg of urunu were tho by Colon mer egulchants.r monthly a.00 .M. t es sboa YM.

M sp ver al Mi f openhaver, Mrs. mtetbnrofsthe 65th AAAGroup wilb r H M t M.
TM itarp plnSeel aid tur. -nhostesses an. bridalushower iv- Proceeds from the tea wi beHarry. S. Tubbs, and Mrs Edgar
dj fo Yrok and will stop en in ho Sanor o n and Ba A. W Phelps gueha t of MrD. H. VFor re eer new pl auhn. I
oRina uMta en rout. pe auor wis to be wed on Mon- Stn burger and M. to pae 7) I
day. ) I I AAA Group

Ehra,. ,t honor at ,,,. party. ., Barrios, a new member o. the "'"_.,,_'".,,.. I. e I
St vsa he srle awasbuffettle with Mary lub. e Luncheon Flower Arrangement Class
by Mr..I AR. ribe at er Eismau, o umoter of the brarranged r pe w raffled, M. heeventh meeting of
BveN $ thoet. Mi-e Daw Grithe plates, a n ortr ons. With Mrs. W. S. Hawkins ander. ,rt Cl s w -- Ii
s to 8utl att' rid end.ingwereMrL Ante.r. Aubrey Shelyn table wrving attr.e held on Monday, at 9:00 am.

MI. DavMa O -iSy- Sively decorated with arrange- I I I
MA a rde David- s Loentesses the re mar mon thler y and 7:00 p.m. at the Balboa YM.
y a vacation p the tIalt. Wivs Cse baketi n he 65t AAAGroupLa-

The Fr Clayton Oficers After the luncheon, tables e subct for this meeting is
Con,' rq wonT Wive, Club-held their regla -s et up and the ladies playd
'-h ru6 .,, .esub ects, including, drift.

aett raca Mnthlly coam, fee and buaneI meet-h bridge Gad canasta G l oanet, ma antei t.
t p mrai ess for nher Mrs, Beatrice wBt s rs.. Her- overlooking the r e"MChagtPre"s River.

nm o. Carnival to startsf Club Ms P.oedneday morning. Deu lasi A. "Armstre Mr. Lyle iS
there ae toisorro wty- 1Wr p h-me raun, Missn ,y Ott, Miss Mrs. George B. Powe all .Chair- oate I c-t.c
t heiew l t tripSally troe Mrs. Jo0 Aalleas, man, presided a the business tor, will analyze arran- events
i Tr. i e W t. Missu Lucyw pazesh tor. War. meetin and welcomed Mrs. W. made students and offer con-.
ley Pap&mean, Mrs. 'w Tuck- R. Garrison /uet of D. Rob 1t-uctiveIdeas for improvement
er, Mrs. chard and Mrs. r Presley, Mrs. C.X. A of arrangements.

Raquel Mrs. M 0rI a rg wibe mobrs of the wed-.Strassburger and Mrs. Francisco turn to page 7)
Ebrup _- of honor at 4dig w.- .Barrios, a new member o te

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31~ro.!lop A. d Uribo at her .peau, mother of the bride-to-be, A.door pe was raffled, Mrs.
Dwa me. a Miss Griffith, another C. N L bein-- -- the winner.1
'rides. AlThe luncheon table was atrac-

MIS. TM A mk Mutively decorated w a* eINER wI t..,
.1011 29%. ,b-eL Ft. t 'Ofle'rs dried material In.natural.traw
t 1..W N-,ostiem so.tatms.,Wives y.Coffee baskets I
-Th.eFort. Clayton of fIcer.s After the luncheon, tables. were
- oa. r 'w Wives' C. ,-held t eir rlehaxelar setu and the lans. r pl-a.yew-d

Mac "I'saCarnivl to. a 'desday mori.-D ouglas A. -nu'tr-,gFIri.!Lyle
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S.4. Automatic Can Openers.
*I s Glasses Spares for malted
Smilk Beaters
1 Hand Slicers '
.Electric Water Heaters
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time of your lives. Commencing Sat. Fel. 19th.

* DELICIOUS FOOD Superbly prepared

* Drinks from.the KOPPER KART
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CHELLA and his.Dance Orchestra to put
No change in policy so extra charges.


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MORRISON 4La 01 ,uily Ave. & J St.
S JUiLO Arosemena ,ve. and 3 St.
182 La Carrasquilla

H street No S.

No. 3 L,ptery Plat.
Fourth of July Ave

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Agenea Internal de Publicaciones
45 Cenira l Ave
Farque Letevre 7? iLeet
16 Central Ave.

vOi XOpa*No. 3 4

FOR SALE -1 porcelain refr.-
gerator, very reasonable. Light
blinds, u ed very short time. Call
Diablo 2.4327.
FOR SALE -Household effects.
including one green Davenport
in Qood condition. Also'two West-
inghouse refrigerators, 25-cycle,
one new and one old New one
is 2 years old and will sell for
$175 00 The old one for $50.-
Can be seen at Transportes Box-
ter. 17 Calle J. de la Ossa. Pan-
ama, between 10 00 a.m and
I '00 p m.. every day but Sun-
day. Ask for Mrs. Selee. Phone
FOR SALE -- Coldspot refr,-
gerator. 60 cycle. w;th freezer
cheer 2 limboo arm chars,
plastic cushions. Phone Albrook
FORr SALE:- Mahogany bock-
case, dining-room' toble*, six
choirs, Lionel Diesel switched en-
gines with transformer acces-
sories, Easy washino machine ,
mic-c. choirs. 1503-A Akee St.,
FOR SALE:-Woven cotton rugs,
Ox12 and 8xl0 neutral color
House 2426. Mordan Ave. Tel.
Rtlboo 2914.
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Real Estate
FOR SALE:-House and large
lot Chilibre Transisthmion High-
way. $450.00. Don Eastman,
Paraiso. Tel. 4-167.
FOR SALE :*-Luxuriouis residence
at "Et Cangrejo."' completely
furnishedd. Tel. 3-0912.
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FOR SALE:-Form 3 miles from
Chrrerb 44 4-5 heetareas, wot-
.r 'alo year, national. land with
papers ond plan good for cattle,
2 houses in Chorrera. Box 92,
Ancon, Candl Zone.

Boats & Motors
FOOR LE: -' ^lA, out-
I uoar otor, Con b sif$9 at
SNavyFsin lr. Phbon.e2333,
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If Tou Have I
Jii you Need
A New Amazing Natural
j, Waste Destroyer. Klls
Ii Odors and Reduces Mass
I: at Low Cost. Money Back
Guarantee of Satisfaction.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140

5 to 9 p.m. Adults. Pre-teens
i Teenorsn. Vy appointment only.
Mo*erning. ...B.lboo 2-429 9
Aftew 4 l..P..Pnema 3.1660

It Is not We to sy "we did every.-
hing possible" unless chiroprctic
wI included

I Or. A; and 0HI'LL&C
Palmer Orauat ".
i B Peri Avenue Tel. 2-13i
i block from Lux Theatre I

Dr. C. E; F6brega
Denture... Brdgework
Airtanslve eneirl Dentistty
Tivoll Avt,; No. 21A-24
Telephone 2-gt ~tWe I
In front Ancon School. Playground)

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ardays ?:**9 to 1:01

REFLEX see the
F Swiss Reflex Camera
You'll buy


Darrell Floyd Si

For Furman Aga

NEW YORK, Feb. 1 (UP) -
ORRAS Plaza 5 de Mayj Is Darrell Floyd, Furman's "new
Frank 8elvy, an even theater
'1" '" *l scorer than fabulous Prank
L a ._ himself?
NlImporary Arl That was a questiohi Dixie
.e VabI basketball fans could well pon-
_- IL R_*I--, der today in the wuke of Floyd's
Slate exploit, a 44-point a ree
last night to 'lead Furman
Typical 125-78 romp over David"
l t a leading scoring average up to
ean lMarg tA, catalonian 35.9' points p(r game,
Uter. 1 holAR an exhibit of It W "wsee6s .virtually er-
wrk this week at the Na- tak that Ployd, 22-yearwold
-"Theater of Panama. It la frrd will finish his Janior
fromm 5:00 pm0. to 9*00 pm. P, .ras Se ly dM ,.as the
W 5:day through Sunday. Nlonal Moaring champion -
a t luy oei" My's M5I uor

t stoagenera-h an- an averaged e-
..anscape and' the 44 points last -ghb..gave
ua sn .the marine studea him 754 for the season. 'exaeed-
Sthe r ntin. with tng Selvy's junior totpt` .l738.
BriWaAt of Incursion into And his total of l,;.A9. lnts
tla W of pllIom and Mediglla- for tweo -seasons is w tlht .all-
nor aibstrot"ting. tog distance of Sel1~tAft of
h ,1 f ne 1,9-for his first two season.
gus leness they are fine Utbh, ranked No. 5 in the
rft Ietitheir p cular .art 0*tion i by the U as
lv'mfaga to make aboard of cAches, r ted-n
toae. for 1 KV to furope- t.nt, 1-01-s- to pus At ky
aqeonte art. n ..-terence record to 1.
An evi split of ftQr eireIn-
arg~enat lt wnder contract in i tleagp games' would linch
wih the government of ( att lea a title tie for the
RM. He will leave soon for.1 t Utes.
ecaftry to fill the chair of Fine St. Louis, ranked 18th na-
Aft at the National .UniveWlty, tionally, downed Wichita, 91-78,
in'.-an Jose. to send its Missouri Valley Con-
erence record to 5-1 with four
.athmlan art lovers are viast- ~game- to play. However,. the
t* the show and we are told Billinkens are only a 'talf-game
lorgenat has sold several can- ahead of Tulaa (5-2).
VON and water colors.,- In other leading games last

A cr41tori 9LA M AS.02 CAMiPANA.
4 6a4w fe the 1RA tX0R1ORMATQN are ad-.
vl'-lat Tlhe aOe it. ti s Companies have
Sb en epftld md eoneqMuenfly we will proceed
Sto ay the redtors proportionately.
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FOR SALE:-Make your offer.
Good transportation. Excellamst
rubber. completely oevrhauled.
Plymouth 1949 Sedan Hasine.
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
1955 Ford Country Sedan Sta-
tion Wagon V8, 8 passengers
with Fordomatic tinted glass.
W-S-W vinyl upholstery. Your
friend Ford dealer Agencias Cos-
mos S, A., Colon. Reo de Pan-

FOR SALE:-1948 Packard Crln-
vertible A-J condition, new paint
Sjob, new tires, hew battery, rr-
dio, engine recently overhauled.
A duty paid cor, One pwner,'
Onned' by Bob Graham. Coan be
seenn ot 5508-B Haines Street.
- Diablo Heights.

FOR SALE:- Chevrolet 1951
Convertible P.G. beautiful ori-
ginal silver green, nearly new
top excellent condition through
P.A.A. employee leaving lsthrnus.
Best offer until Friday. Phone
Panumia 3-5390.
;FOR SAL.:-Buick Super Ri\'era
1953. W-S-W, two tone,, wire
wheels, green glass throughout,
'radio. Quick sale. Telephone Bal-
boo 2461 after 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1949 4-door Pon-
tiac. Gpod tires, good condition.
Phone 2-6304. Original owner.
FOR SALE*.- 1952 Oldsmobile-
98 Fordor fully equipped. Priced
for quick sale. 'Call Albrook ,
FOR SALE:-1954-Dodge 6 Co-
rnnet Sedan, New condition
throughouA. $ 1;000.00 less than
cost. Autooc 15th & MelendE,.
FOR SALE:--193"6 Dodge Coope.
Excellent transportation, $100-
5524 Diable Phone 2-2307.

Antomobiles __f

* WANTED: FRoat Topolln. Crot.
lay, Morris minor or other small
car. Must be reasonable. Call
3-61 03

Pentecostal (Assembly ofr God,
etc.I Fellowship meetings Sun-
days 7.30 p.m. in Library USO
UJWBi Building. Balboa.

Package tour to Bogota during
February! Only $120.00 gives
you round-trip passage, airport
transportation, two nights in lux- '1
unous Hotel Tequendoma, sight-
seeing tour, ticket to real bull-
(ight, with world famous bull-
*fighters Apnricio, Pedres. Giron,
Chicuelo IL. Call,Avionca, Pan-
Saraio 2.-2956, or your travel a-
gent for details.
FABRICS renovated. Keep your
clothes new looking having them
dry cleaned by Tropical Clean-
ers. Via Esparlo 830, Tel. 3-
0871. Branch, 24th St. East end
Central Ave. Tel. 2-1346.
COCK FIGHTS-Every Saturday,
' Sunday. Monday from 3 p.m., in
the 'Riding Club" ra Pan6Ma
Viejo. __ -


FdR SALE: Guitar, excellent
condition, $35.00. Phone BAlbo

FOR SALE:-Just arrive BWue
/nylures. Cressi swin pins. Elto
motors remote controller. Boot
fittings. ,ABERNATHY, across
side street Panama Hotel. Tel.

Buy your furniture on the club
or long term payment plans.
European' Furniture Store, Central
Ave. and 21st Street lost,

WANTED:--Co.k and rnid for
geherol housework, good salary,;
has to five in, with references.
Calls 310912. -


WANTED:-Unfumilshaed 2 or 3
bedroom apartment 4n Campo
MlM ;or I Phone
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ModeOn plane pldyItg. Popular
or classical. Zez Bennett, piano
teacher.-Tel. 2-1282.


n-... 'Big Sho"s' Receive

nks 44 Points Inscriedighiers

inst Davidson For Tans
Baker company, 33d Infantry
. regi ept. has four "big shots" in
its midst. "
night: Manhattan, bound r fbr .
National Invtiation Tourna- Claiming neither political nor
nient, ran its record to 15-3 11movie careers as their claim to
trouncing New York U. 78-61 fame, the 1st battalion quartet
In a game paed U hder t thwactbb th .' best shot in
profnesi l rules an exper!- the company" following a two-
-ent; Niagara, also bound for eek fring. period at Empire
e N. I. T., pushed its record ane recently.
to 16-5 by routing t. John',I
82-2, as Ed PFlming scored- 25 Ledo'by Capt. Elmer J. Galnok,
points; Dartmouth followed Up company commander, the f.ur-
Its upset of Holy Cross- by lome rscelved Inscibed cigarette
whipping Yale,, 78-62; Waing- ghter. at af retreat formation
ton and. Lee upset Richmond.~ rt.ently i4t recognition of their
9-86,, to Jar, Richmond's ho firin P talents.
of the regular season Soipthern Ginok was presented a light-
Conference title; Georgia T'rech er by Ma. James E. Stacy, com-
trounced Georgia, 75-54 ;Utah 'manddt officer, 1st battalion,
State jolted Brigham Young's for recordiln the. highest score.
hopes of overtaljtg Utah i thew h the: arbian. He dropped 6a-
Skyline Confer8eci 76-61; andl seven pOtsitan compiling a
Santa Clara edged San Joe St.,,l3 .
00-57. a
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Juan Franco Tips

1--Tempestad A,
2--Red Oak
4-Lal4y Moon

7-Monte Rouge
S-ftrge Royal
,"-Sian Felmer
II-Jose de sa C.

another Fulmar
Tier's Teeth

,Bierne Suggests
New Name For
Merged CIO-AFL

recent itlem oth.

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Chester '. Somba9, Wi Pfc.L.
C. Jones, Bar' a-d Pfc. Donald
Hlammond, pto ]mba and
Jones fired 0 ou of posal-
ble 250 whilOfrltmmond compiled
ft 913, 37 polnte short of a per-
fqct -obre. -
Runnerup award& went to M-
Sgt. Thomas C. Gordop, Mrl;
Pfc. Nicholas Lavo4no, Car-
biine; ffe. Curt W. Buschaus,
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AflETION '6.1.1 Just beu i It.
vodnyI furnished apartments, I,
2_bedreQmSr hot, cold water. Tel.
'Pdnma r3-4941.
SFOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom opart-
nrnts. Contact Alhambro Apart-
lnts 10th Street. Phone 1386.
FOR RENT:-Vacation Quarters,
March 3rd thru June. Fully fur-
nished, good location, Ancon.

'FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
r eAt: 2 bedrooms, living room,
.'dining room, porch, 2 bathrooms.
48th Street No., 27, Bella Vista.

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom codl
spacious, desirable apartment in
best residential district. Call 2-
1661 during business hours.

FOR RENT: Furnished one-
roorK apartment, screened, kitch-
en, porch, telephone, garage.
'Tel. 3-5583.
FOR RENT: Furnished, one
.bedroom modern apartment, gar-
oge. 168, Vlo Balisarle Porras.
FOR RENT:-Aport'nent 2 bed-
; rooms, kitchen, siptlng-inlng
Coi 'telephone 2-2346, 3 0234.
Key apartment 3,

FOR RENT:-For two months,,
simoll furnished apartment with
Sflephone, refrigerator, S .
Snow. Telephone 2-Q2k|/
S7 p.m. on.

FOR RENT:-Nice andltomfrt,
able apartment. 48 St.' ,e
Apt. No. 2. .

FOR RENT:-Apartment GI In-
spected 2034 Via Esvioa (So-

Solras, $40.00. Phone --5692.

., Roonms


FOR RENT:-Furnished ventUkat-
ed room, connecting bathroom,
private entrohce, for bachelor.
Estudlante No. 14-19, Apt. 5.

FOR RENT.-Ready for rest pri-
vate chalet all furnished, fenc-
ed, screened, gorooage, 3 bed- .
rooms, 2 W.C. etc. Martinez, 36
East St. No. 67-0.

For Rents Comfortable 2
bedroom chalet with se-
parate maid's cottage, on
2,800 m2 grounds. Unfurn-
Ished, hot water, unsurpas-
Bed for children.
Rent $11000. Location UAl-
tamira, old -entrance to,
Golf Club.

5th Street No. 22
Tel. -238

Retired General

Dies In California
-Retired Brig. Gen. Bethel
Simpon died in St. Luke's Hon-,
ic today from a pulmonary.
Ineas. He was 66.
SSince his retirement from the
7ry In 146, General and Mrs.
impson lived at Pasadena.

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ROBERT H. BROWN is shown above tioldilig the gold-plated plaque, which, he. r redtftom
Ray Heach, president of the Paralso- 1n No. 811 1.A.M. Brown also recetvd tldiaw d9 pa
and life membership certificate, held bI* eah in the picture. Members .t the r.p of
i achinists known as "Gold Card" is earned by 50 years of unbroken d consistent
courage asd loyalty to principle. From left to right: Joseph Young, .vice preidutf; : rown
Ernest C tling, fecording- secretary; Robert Boatwright. financial secretary; peacq, prekdent;
and P. P. Mqnaco, acting treasurer.
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NINE-OF EEVEN Army, me naturalized as United States citizena this week
pro(yaons of law aut horzing naturalization as a result of honorable service In
forces the ,the o oof cit izaehip as administered by Roland K. Hazard. U.S
House, ncoin, Fiknt row, from left are: Cpl. Francisco Peras, Hq. Co., 33d Inft
Fort Hobbe; Cpi. lugene Rudehko, Hq. & Hq. Battery, 903d AAA Batta4lon, Fo
Herman Andermann, Service Cq., 33d Int. Ret., Fort obIe_; CpL Manf e Mum
Det., Ft. Clayton back row from left: PIf ert .Oe, 747t A. U. j
Pfc. Gerhard Albrecht. 53~1 Engineer f tMa1zT laP.
riceter Lee. 512th Military Platoon, Ft. Asdtk.w a Id t. ar A n' ,


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oma Zephyr 14-ft. runabooat and
fishing boots. ABERNATHY a-
* cross side street Panama Hotel.
Tel. 3-0264.




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St..4..w l Guest Preacher Saet R9"ord
Rev. Chrlsua Davis will be
S" .. ""w *. bJ .+ cha@ hls, .on he Wlmflor~i a. t Dqpr lca+.. bi~a -.. wee -gby 1.. r0Z6- Ul's -The notion* Ziro d t
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ao s W. Hiwill malke"M ir men y roads, said.s ay,
l t .B J.IyAcute grlr was B."r in. for Frauenleim second. Mou ,.. ,,...,,,., e--,w- m Jmor mssly e oas. a styl.. o .....
.wS_ .-W.". '. "Mrs. 0. W. Alexander, thIr.Mr. I:-."ladies i'.sly rat erommunion &. Hea s..oldth..erraifj handled
Is word 'oral0fti Anl Hor same Mary Martae. and Mrp, E, Kohn, *Sh Yourdth iA.haer, A re'Q". Q.. l-, a- e O o f-r
beth Tr ylor hanging on a O.ll of i lai ~ y r *Roe" Cain' Floda -with Al so, r t t mv els i h1oma-On-a, t or t
t Mi ,'om i -.and Mrs. T A.Titel. ona _g#aft- -r-,a On Ash Wednesday, Holy Co a ie at of per
is lad ly fish net. It Rival ovie dolls are green-eyed Emble I Ies tloat h. Ann.tte ndel mualon serie will be in at 5:30 l... 0 m.i.. .
wasn't at the e but Jane over th title o honda lm In a at ceremony followed J,.-e, oam. and hludes the Imposition Faeriy" described this as a "re-
Riussellfs nlw 1000-a-week, 20 next Itelan fm due. for len Pennoc o a Cougher, Mary of Ashes. Ashes will also be im- markable" record which, he Mid.
year contract wit Howard Hughes in April It sThe World's tu l TMorton., ldred. Droste, Cha r-posec Wedheqday a th 7 p.m. Jusuifis tthe load' clat to
ic.s that ltper ct peat to Bes oma," the .. n Woman, "m'tuserHord.. on. othe stfeatform of transpor-
h "a cmia of Caruso's agroeat lovek iu-C + ".. taon. o. f r an r
I n tri. N C t d e OrI. Pl CA R NIV"iNary Altman, Mi.
T*'eres a t ceomn recordL row d toc r wt n t0 os ,ie -lylaRrt kor, fe ir ei ara ,
^ ?; r+.. n g....r .nm~t MGertru ae -b,, e rotU De Cni De. ,
grab aor iOn Brand's n aame on*ae you asp, Int saronWithlon Ge!!thr... rnl li.. ann. V .a ndVe a we .a ." 1 .
recordt5 optraCt., -es slated to sUm paygnecks. 1Bri olden's AlM chie I elnl ta ea k
asle -and Dolls. -. de. 'sry whe s e sta ed in his y s or irst MavUro oel Theunction was held at the Ber Giant feet and
Leslie. Canand John Lobe, a movie "Golden Boy, was 50 will be crwne ueen Dyk e lub, Balboa. thy nd a Serpenine Cofetti,
him -tt. rthe hotes Carnival cer ker, Decoration
e l ii tnlet are week .o ae .om. lions b, Queen Mariltsa I. Val eatBli Party a
rcoud h sit albi~ S orsoot ,. n n ad hmuoh pomp and coremo Mr. a nd Mrs.. Jea Plaisance

r' a ny p of ntand otherP ma Ae e '61 .

rthbr n a bare tA eholndari oer que 1e ratd t.
ha ner-1tr makes the years Jany 8ill iesa rb of a iiatid 1 D Put on a mask or W10
t lorfuentrance a movie with Ge beauties will entie and aentin were
Us ri a ". .thestae dei Old Panama used in decorations.,Also.

aton a a wolf returned to his The Queens elaborate tv Van Dyke it Goig Ltyands. Hats, Serpentine Conftti,
Sca Iinastudio parking lot and being made by Nins MteMlr, Hayes, Pegy Hayes, Lois A n n
1 5'ftAMA ON the i v- found these words neatly-letter well knowntcoutoelr to .a.a Hayes, Ylanda Zanher Rosema Noisemakers, Decorations.
the .a... of Acld, auet dyNiblo, pr lncei u ardl d b b yPaiy Sanford, James Van Dyke,
Shmsno practitioner.........pse.. ,. m .by Pete Maynard, Mike -aynard,
OW"' Paltedimwoldo aet ea'aDavid McGahe nandNicky
ree'Queen Mwonowill Brooks.
was one of viastwi, wear her0 .or..mtlon.. dm. oi OE
pal* w .gs ,.rs ol lameh wich created such a The adult guests we re Mrs. (Both across from the Ancon P.O.)
the, .. .e,.w ,. k"; sh ,"l.. .,.i ,,Atc.,,. o. senlaton. She will make. her Raymond Bush. Mrs. W I I am
'Ds is l ear = W I royale etra ne accompanied $y Maynard,'Mr. and Mrs.rDesmondo.

ated Avey __avtwo dren, u nParamount'scontractlistefamous Latn Ameran tim er A:isflng the hostess were Mrs.
early '3's, declared bank. Orlando "Cascarita" Guerra. will V Dykea Mrs. James'
Marissa P.,van, who once spoke ruptcy in London. His son, Roland, sing In honor of the queen. Brooks.
valent nes about Anna Maguani, j. married to British film queen ",
wopud up ,,,all the "Rose Tattoo"' THE BRITISH PIANO OF BBCM
longshots while Anna got all the
close-ups .... June.Haver's sister, C d 0 Will

Britishers who licked their chops From Rio Grande foryy ou
ly Xor"and the inside facts WASHMNGTON. Feb. 18 (UP)--
6old 'by la Purddm ere now read. The output of spring crops In
ng. Porfrlro Rubtrosa's "confes. the Rio Orande Valley of'rexua
,ons" In a London newspaper. He will be curtailed seriously be-
leaves so doubt that he w wed cause of an 1inusual cold wave
last week-and, the Department Klim gives you the very best
Zsa Zsa Gabor. of Agriculture said today. cow's mik you can bu...,so.

Calendars at Warner Bros. are The department said the most
red-lettered (or the day when Shel- serious damage was to tender
lay Winters and Jack Palance start vegetable such as .sweet corn,
their coacting in "The Jagged tomatoes anrd watermelon. Early
Edge." It could be a zephyr breeze season production of tomatoes
o0 a tornado. Virginia Me- will be light, the -department
e the Grace Key.h blonde said, and the total crop probably
British beauty who leaped to star- wil be substantially reduced.
dom In "The Cruel Sea," decided
to end her marriage to Denholm Freezing temperatures and
Elott. They were wed last March. cold winds last weekend also
Caused some damage to tender
KERINIA, STAR OF "The She,vegetables in all sections of
Wolf," bounced into the role that Florida. the department said.
Dorothy Dandridge turned down in The quality and yield. of beans.
the Italian-made "Tom Toms of cucumbers and squash wa, danr-
Mababe." Gloria Vanderbilt aged. according to the depart-
as another surprise up her sleeve ment's report, and replanting of
when sthe licks as an actress. She other crops will be necessary.
also writes acng and wants to be
a Serious muie composer.
Backgro.ud.,fo stardom: When .
the HamWond Company entered
e orgapnr'snufaturing business
1te5, a-, l linger. was needed -
Sdo a 'ele Morgan bit atop one
&g elr lo for *the open-
Sa Los ABo' leks music store.

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,' NEW YORK, Feb. 18 (UP)-Big Walt (Moose) Drope
S 'on forget all that fancy-pants stuff the Detroit Tigers
were trying to teach him and go back to swinging from his

t'. the official word today Brave to sign, leaving 13 players
om l general manager Frank still outside the fold.
I ane of the Chicago White 8ox, The Philadelphia PhiliUes
who acquired the six-foot, five- signed asortstop Bobby Mor-
Jpch first baseman from the T-i gan, who lsanged 26 homers
S trs last fall in an announced but batted oly .216 after be-
r ort to add home run punch Ing acquired from Brooklyn
jg their lineup, l an.
Dropo hit exactly four homers The Detroit Tigers signed out-
S at.mason, but Lane says it was fielder Jim Delsing. a .248 hit-
pt his fault. ter. along with pitcher Dick Mar.
w Because,i sad Lane. Dropo was lowe, who bad a 5-4 record, and
od by the Tigers to sto- l,. pitcher Bob Schultz. who wan
I1ng for homers and try Instead purchased frdm Pittsburgh after
S to be a sinay" -hitter who having an 10-11 record at New
whacked singles to all fields. The Orleans.
result was his averaged zoomed .The Boston Red Sox signed
from .248 the previous year to pitchers Truman Clevenger (2-4
AN-.Ii,,his runs-batted-in !with Boston) and Al Curtis (3-5
frb m ,96, to 44 'at Louisville), and outfielder Al
.. Van Altyne, who hit .279 for
S1a th acquire' Drone Louisville.
P the ball around the I
: W 't to-alm for the fenc- The Chicago Cubs signed rook-
f ',.if Lpne. "He shoupd be l* pitcher John Andrew, who
1 c1. Into the kS to 100 R.R.T. 1 d a 29-9 record at shreveport
ea"tegorv, which is not too much *.'here he was voted "most val.-
Sto expect. unable player."
DropO will be the Sox' cleanup And the Cleveland Indians
,Iitter. manager Martv Marion iligned a "bonus baby," 18-year-
d ha announced. and old pitcher Al Womack of West
ne said he'll get plenty of Columbia, S.C.
S celt.s to cle~n np. Lane point-
: out'that the first three men n I C L' B
nthe Po,% hattinr order. Chlco l vLUP
;nrradnll Nellie Fo and Min- uTs
le* Mlnooo. ",'*erhed first base NOTESI
fl p timeR in 1954." ---
S While Lane hanopll count-dr
Zhme's that haven't been hit CRISTOB4L
*. Arnold Johnson, owner of
Wb. n ow Kaneas City A's, just as The Hayden Trophy skeet.
.i icountAt rash.' shoot will be held at the Cristo-
Johrison disclosed that the bal Gun Club skeet range on
Siatm already lfts sold "slihttv Sunday morning. All skee t -hoot-
nb" tickets thin the' S04.668 era are Invited to participate In
S old by the A's in Pll their last the fifty target event, which will
: eason at phlladelhlbt last year. determine the 1955 winner.
ohlnson .lso maid tb ren"ve- Shootitg will start at 10:3t0 a.m.
S !'6on wPr' on Mr'inteinl Paadi.'."t ;
S F" hbebld .scheylA., blqt. t hat "8haky" chexayder, the boy
S0,7(00.8oeq' would be ready for with the Fumpled'hair and loose
P *ning 'rv. teth, wrestled is "gas pipe" to
Meanwhile several other teams a trfumtiphant finish to lead the
announced the sltning of play- squad in skee last Wednesday
urs, bnt there ,'ere no "big afternoon.

Scores for


S SKEET (25 targets)
Shorty Schexnayder
F. Smith
R. Casanova
Bill Clark
Windy Sellers
Paul Bamberg
I TRAP (U targets)

Windy Sellers
R. Caanova
W. Johnston
Tommy Sellers, Jr.
SKIET (IS targets,
Joe Kueter
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sado Has .5 Straight Wins

Bobby Rosado, 147-p o u n d
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idol of Puitro Rico, has won shi
ltst five fights. Rosado is ached-

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Womack 20-5 InFinal

First Half Contest
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Final Standing First Half

I cputin of "-Ski" ,Dnmd ik
',ayed only one ih,bl sarfe.

Ls 1 to me Joltin' JSoe Brown Teams Won Lost John Rley. W itr t
MaJ. James L. Walker, Eq. and of Now Orleana-at the Colon LuckStrike A 1 Pechete with 2S 4 Ae
Hq. company, 33d Infarnt i- t nal arch i an Interne.- Womack Distillers 5 leading batters for tt. l
ment was elec ed resde of tioalten --'round. th American Legion 4 5 The second half S 0i
meant, was Aleced preas en of The clsy Puerto le 76ss a n a w n 2e A
the club at its f rst meeting last l kn ked 741st signal 1 8 day with the ip
week. Maj. Ernest Childers, q. -n es .uterk e o- ee- o S I ,and 7481 Signal
33d Infantry, became the vice- An ., decbloead Clea fto Lucky Strike 20, W. Distillers 5 Womack Dlmtillers and Lu
President; 1st Lt. William M. i mi, noe t.1ordSUNDAY'S GAMES Strike clashing in the -rec
,Jewell, Battery "A," 504th FA outpiae I ste r F el on In A. Legion vs. 7461st sgnal game.
battalion, was elected secretary; tI Ir t. Oct. 4 nd outboxe .it M: an o
rtand M/Sgt. Glen Thompsone a p ersn bth In ten also W. Distillers vs. Lucky Strike The box score:
SService Company, 33d Infantry, an sIro c p A B ft lf ra ohe fe -
r will be the treasurer. n The Uirst half race of the Pa. WOMACK DISTILXlR3
V Thee v te and iter has racked cific Twilight League ended last Players AR .
Programing and formation of u p,,, a cories r d bo whic areh night with Lucky Strike wallop- Pechette, as 4 1
committees were discussed at the 5 or c a e Womack 20 to 5. Scott, If 1
first meeting Members also a-t the y oc kouts.The Strkqrs, who had already Riley. lb 8 0
dopi;d a constitution. wrapped up the first half crown luad, 3b 3 1
Gun clubs on the Isthmut were on Tuesday, went on batting Carlin, .-C 3 0
recently authorized by. ead- s .. ree and aided by some loose Charles, of 1 0,
quarters USARCARI as aa jeans BOB CONNOR Sixteen-year-old. 'Balbok High School junior play on the part of Womack. set .. McKeown, Sb 3 1
of expanding the marksma ship Bob's swim marks. 1952 Ce trg Amercn 200, 400, 800 and a oring record for the 1955 sea- W. McKeown, rf,-p 2 1
program. hiefly responsible 1500 meter record holder. 1953 .- Oregon to A. A U. Senior Mson. chaing 20 runs across the Glavelli, a 8 0
for the organization of tvhe Fort 400 meter record. Oregon State A. A., V.,Junior 200 and 400 meter plate. Lace, p, rf, p 3 0
Kobbe Gun club were Lt. Col. E. record. Washington State Open A. A. 11. 200, 800 and 1500 meterJack Love started for Womack
V. Chandler. 8616th AU; Capt.;' hampion. Inland Empire A. A. U. 440 yard champIon. 1954 with Billy McKeown taking over
Arthur 8. Manchester. Hq. and Canal Zone 440 yard record holder, also. 100 and 200 meter back I n fourth and Love returning to LUCi STRI
Hq. company, 33d Infantry; and 'stroke champion. Although Bob teen years of age, he ".he Rd fr m right field in Kosik, as 5 1
fc. Thetodore Carr, 8616th AU, has had plenty of experience in clit, state and national competi- the finish up th game. Huldqulst, 3b ;.
Captain Manchester is the tion and swims his best when the competition Is keen. In a re- Bob Medin coasted to his Jendryalk, 3b 1
Panama area pistol champ and cent time trial at the Panama Olympic Pool, he broke the Pan- I fourth win without a defeat to Cox, of z
third-place winner in the 1954 ama national record by thirteen seconds when he was pushed by become the win.ninest pitcher, Mora. Sb 23
USARCARIB finals. He was also Carlos Jorge Barcenas. areenCsi Was clocked at the same time giving up nine hits, walking Nickisher, lb. 2
a member of the All-Army team and should be able to take ConnofW ithe 440 event at the Gam- thrie a d striking out four. Jones, rf 2 3
in the National Pistol Matches boa short course pool, as the lithe anamanian with the fast DiCk Cox woi n his fourth free Fsman, If 3
on the turns.I t sredicte;-A tlasGadi enItalhaisnorwth fr he.sman, f
n 1954. reflexes will show Connor his heels on the urns. It is predicteAls Garden Italian dinner with Techert, .
Purpose of the club, according that one of these boys will push the other to a new Canal Zone [ three singles in three official Medinger, p 1
to Ca tain Manchester, is to record in the 440 on Monday evening. | trnl s to the plate to lead the Score or anu p
promote marksmanship while tiker 18-hit assault. Every W. Distillers 0
learning the proper and safe way + Lucky Strike batter with the ex- Lucky Strike 304 2845-*-"i 1
to handle weapons. In addition arean eries
the club will provide- recreatlona;i t arib ea`n eries n I1
facilities ond programs. Also an-i
bounced were plas to affiliate
the Kobbe club with national he .".' I .i -i E-'n0?1 a w w
clubs In order to quality Its scheduled or .LanaItIL ar r
members and to. gain recognition'
for Its m atches. ,.. O BRY R O SAD O ..II I l. ,
Mfoe tig b l m- -ah -onthly By J. J. ARAUJO d outstanding players were as. L- a II
meetingsWill be held monthly'follows: Rosado -will be the first top
and a firing program will begin CARACAS Feb. 18 (UP) The Leading hitter Rocky Nel- flight foreign fighter to meet .R'
an the near future. Existmg eighth Cari6bean Series will be son, Cuba; 17 at bats, eight hits, .joerown locally. Joltin' Joe in,' -

aiude ,co ntr ection at a Frn the oa ,. Puerto R so hVictory ico; 11. t h b e fn ePa-ent n au o
angth F. ls nsPanamai an- A 4 ee nc n asonai thand mat ea os, ts e, srforme s
lngrthe aune weh l aha o The teamswhich artei te % MostRBIis- -Mays; nine. rin su c _Ceh h onma de oar af aito rudiful s' e
Membirp.n theGunI. .cba a Theteas thc artnes Most times at^ bat-- Zim-. Joe has been. training stead ily prta co ul e '

e Ka "j.- fn Co rumr un e r la-en rea a Sinowle ho aM o com a ndin g ofe fl er, are to pa b t -
s open to try pere Srobabn the strongest ever mer and Roberto Clemente, on s ince four-oun o e involvement sof the anke Hank l u ,
ooreao.e n 'tale uto Grio 2. victory over Deapaigne an hoesn e combat record with the Marinis, th Cne ur-

tirestein a e fO n yt m behpitthe history ofptetgames. PuooRs that e ered on T d eb 22. En pronn former ocsr coPricu
Further Infomtion may be ob-n Most runs scored -Clemen t, w la c .....s .ormu e thero o O ckppo te t ic

uIthia in .y .a *.To, ongow awbrounde m oh trelbePplay s an Ieo sre fred U S. rentagion, p -rtedlo n .
taWine At enacting CapFl ro rm the out ets PuertoRieS' t. lie o around w th the b ig d oe
oncheee t t g T aa-is l8.8 d o o e b l eoTOM followed by Von- Bat itclter BillehOratiin, a'T nir
t wa t i, m o$ Panamao P andr e'6w ..n ,4 0.o hle Bh .nne ,.hdeMarchI s tarasd
meepeintheme w hp roPe t 'n m l ogeam,. whie will be pro- a --o l rth e t
I o nr r oA r .Z eJ o ol S i p s Urp a W warin mse oth t o h n b i
"I -Upo e nder -as the "qperlts w o Rot Neffective pitcher" r.el b.s.at3. ar o e o bntwho woluber trn r c
I :wantobei. on Meneml Venetelaron eight-round semifinal a ndobo eti
Iiw, ,nt m aylb e',.b a nth atPP u eroto 0 .6 a d un s miP13-1/3 In n ings, t tt
S Rico wo the champinsh on M dubs Lus aaSylvesterWaace, a boy who become ca t they mqst d
Aeho "Rico nern 'h b l aa three;moat an lwaysras trouble to get op- to help wipt e Usan, who Will e a, y
Fo o e t agais his future teammate, Pedrora s, Vene ela, 3; most potent to. eet him, will meet were at Helsinkil. Arid they were t
Sa trnI ~u, homers Zm er erto Rico tough Horao Ott in the eight- Public Law 159,.passed by the th Conges auth
Mea ontrth er wameInththe;most bases on balls, RappheroundnF r 1-ound semifinal. Wal- armed force to train their qualified hsnbee forand carmp
ANAS- CITY Mo i, .wth a runner Cuba, sx most strikeouts u lace s: a terrific puncher., when In the OlMpic rn o games
(UP: -Former Presiaent T I-oI1a e t '= s fOo-all tie In 't iandosiCuba, eight. I his shoulders are In goo shape Public Law 34, rd Congressma ed-ithe resident to U
man "signed" a contract withitbe i4iu Veaesuea ast Willie Mays was WithLout a I current shoulder trouble have l i ae r t3 rdo s, a d m e id Iu
the Kansas City8Athleticstodswitdas ttdoubt the most raieuabo play- kept him on the sidelines he O on t u b
tothr oCt thetfist oday or t n oteSi w lengthy periods. Ottis hopes to' Ike to assure lul U.S. representation at Xelbounm.
th throw out th ef n ,atewn t eSesth On mDe ent ,of ento .t
o rderrhp arhh objetive withregardtto ait es
nfor tven Watneswhent hw par te h-onors w,7t to o o Ptch rsSam Jones nd Ores. B iki at 128 pounds in one of the to be full preparation for defense of this nation. Then It read
fno atheWhsieaousen tahe 'Zrmmer wpr bo hitsa two-rUn horn- son, Pi uerto Rico and e mllo Pi whe Sam Bc "In w of the significance attached to full and an dequ
President accepted the -invi, Z e ot......oRa."wmpri n Sre,
of A" n Arnld Jh n er deadlock the cke. Cueche, Venezuela; catcher war- ill swappunches with Danielrepresentati on of International sport competition th e secit
eagerly.. After that, .Puerto -Rico's only. ry Ohiti, Venezuela; infielders: Ward at 138 pounds in the other taries of the Army..pnsi, yit Foroe, onsiste tth tI

said. "ou know, I'm a pite had to beat the twotrong teams ke, Venezuela; Buster Clarkson, I In, authorized international sports iompetitor..".
citizen. and a ability tofilat --Cuba, and Puerto R .e wh-ile' and Don Zimmer,, Puerto Rico; .. E' .
P.uerto Ric could c lich the outfielders: 011 Dickens, Pan- r

toss out the first ball to G the +se .._ Herman Franks, Puerto Rico. The Defense Department is going about the jab who]
gangas City-Detroit seroids.d-.-From, the.,economic stand- It to each aothese b a def
a. Autoa lof $207,000 was paid mAlong lhe F irways area of activity. Track and field has been madete .Arm'
He declined to-say whether ,he more th" n 100,000 fans for r' responsibility. Baseball is the special concernmof the Marlin
right. Heds at-bidextrous. 'Akh attendance and gate to-. SUMMIT RILLR MULLIGAN the Military Academy'stBoard of Visitors permit West Poll
"You'll have be there to e ptrecord wax broken for a TORNAMENT' to enlarge itspsphere of sports competition, and a110" tooth
,, eba bowl invitations.
my delivery," eaid. "I kept sngle me in the Series when The Summit Hills Golf'
them guessing for seven open- 30,08 dished out $57,00. to see Country members are invited to u Mostnof om mandn offices are -In sympathy wt 0
ing games when I. wa -in the 0he tfi contest. participate in a Mulligan tourna- Oiydpic campaign. But others are either lukewarm, or mlt
WhIlte house. On -the two occasions that the ment on Tuesday, Feb. 22. understand the best way to get results.
Series has. not lost money, the fee will be-.a new golf ball which There is,. for example., the matter of pr.piring for the Pa
haveobeen played in Ca- go for prizes.-, Ambrican Games, which open March 12. Our armed fi... re
gaIme..h" It cont-uoed"Everyone has -,chace,,o win "resentatives wer brought in for training too late. #Miy of 0
SoftballIn.Full.'...--.. .....Eve e MtarshareothyetaInnshape.
wodha be.evmore.l- because you can replay a many not yt in shape.
notAhVsn saturduy. en make the U.S. team will be disbanded af"a.,i l Mel
Was W r 8Ithey are massed again for the Olympic dri,'
ArIII Tnk WP.l. not win. at 8 am. Tuesday. T ho.e .aa-- .% :;= al", us -- C' .-'--
wwtfln. Th UEU~is WWPa -.k IVo;IM & A flU misansIn pvlnrdnff N; Rrm~weA *W&

Softball competition lla In ll
awing at Port Kobbe this wek
as -teams from the First, Second.
and Provisional battalions battle
it out n the 0ost Softball Chsam-
plonshi prelIminaries. ,
A.newly organized league, this
Year's play will Consit of t
talon and regimental playoff
Round rob intournaments ar
slated for each battall, te
winners movin g to regen
and then ARI3 wwm^
in MIarh. giah teaa w i-
two chance to make -Oe lP.
since the league is organizedfor
a double eliminate. .
Winners at battalion level f11
compete l .the Post champlen-
-hlis..slated for the second week
in March. .
Both battalion and region
tourneys will be double TreuOi
robbln affairs. *

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The Rusians and their satellites keep their service athletes
training all the time. We don't want that ldrt t thing. But
wn should find some happy medium between our .present. hap
hazard system and that of the CommieS, always praying that
nothing happens to cancel the Melbourne program.

Our service athletes, including Marine reserve Was Santee
and invaders from Europe led by Denmark's Ounnar MNielse,
have helped to make this indoor track and field season truly
The international implications of the achievements of Amer-
lean athletes are being sensed by the generalpubll-e (p Broad
way to the Golden Gate, no less than by #he Pentagon.
Behind Santee among our milers is Fred Dwyer, from Villas
nova. who is in his first year of Army service_. Ompf-the fac
he hsa not found it easy to train, he won the NYMAC gIA NfW
and he gets more needed boomtpetition, against aitee aid o .
In the Nationals at the Garden this,Saturda. .
Parr O'Br, from, Southern Caorn the woril's
80-foot shot putter, s a' lieutenant in the Fqre. Heoq-
Wyatt. from San Jose, potential, seve jfobtrf umper,.tp*
private. So is Bob M clen. who ran semau ai ensBartbal.
Luxembourg, in the 1500 meters at Hellnkl. m0i .lsrw
in .1958 if the Pentagon's drive is adheredto. .
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cwhier, to which h f'u re.t00mi-A
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S" P.. ,m"e i oek0 wgt- COMMENT ODwD
C ; .. .. 1st ae im o "" ted 1 Mile Parse $400.00 Pool closes: 12:
Sin Femer Opponents r. ,. o 1, e,
% First Bane of the DEubfo

The Atud Boecs del Toroi hard-runnlag chest-
nut horse Jaquimazo is again the choice of the, ma-
jority of the local tipsters to wip tomorrow's featur-
ed $750 Class "B" seven furlon sprint at the Juan
Franco race track. -
Last week the Chilean-bred'are in the rdles of rank outsld-
son of Jall-Quiromantica drop- er..
ped a neck decision to the ad-1 Chilean saddle .ace jy "Pa-
mittedly superior Amorlo. This co" Brao will again rme .qui-
time, with Amorio out of -the nmao. Virafto ctill, a usual.
way, J auimao main contend- will have he leg Pu *onSi n
era shiou be Relampago and Fetner. Ouliermo aMnhes will
Sinn Feiner. Iplotelamp1.mU ore arPhil
Relampago n wound up third Fp11 be Mtride Cam a ad
les than a length behind Jaquir Fortnato .itdalso Jr. will guide
mazo and was going fastest of Persian counties.
all at thefinish la mile race. Sian repair and Perslan Coun.-
This week's shorter distance tesa rw expected to force the
should be a handicap to.the Co- early pace With Jaqulmazo, Re-
c o c ha Stable's- in-and-outer. lampabo 3 ad Cames bringing
However, being a confirmed in the rear in thtwaqder. If e-
longshot specialist, he could pull rything se cordi to H
one of his periodic sprlses ithe finish should be one that
Cames, which scored his only will have the fans screaming.
local victory in last year's $10,-I Ten other interesting races are
000 added Nov. 3 Independence included on the program--espe-
Day Classic, and Persian Coun- dally the doubles, quinielasand
tess complete the five-horse (ne-two races which sh du
field. These latter two animals 'ayve the moonshooters happy.

I-TrVe Blue
3-P. Mldl
4-4. Barge
8-4. Fulmar
-V. Darling

A. Yeza 107 -Runs well for rider
R. Vas. 113 -Distance only handicap
A. Mena 110 -Longshot possibility
A. Enri. 115 -Returns from layoff
C. Igle. 107 -Farruais. insists
0. Ban. 113 -Doesn't have class
H. Ruiz 118 --Could ecore at price
J. Bravo 110 -DIsthane suits style
J. Reyes 116 -Could get up here
J. Jime.' 107x-Dangerous contender

iad Rau "I" Imported % Fgs.Purse: $375.01 Pool closes:
Second Race of the Double
1-Red Oak B. More. 118 -Form indicates
2-Mr. Foot L. Giral. 113 -Rates outside chance
3-Pincel B. Agul. 118 -Jockey could help
4-Paques V. Casti. 112 -Good recent efforts
8-Double In A. Va.. 118 -Dangerous this time
6-Delphinium A. Mena 110 -Nothlng to Indicati
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7--Q. VadiS
8-C. Brand

J. Gongo. 111 --Apoarenty washneu up
M. Yeaza 105x-Rates fair change
H. Reyes 115 -Returns from layoff
Reyes R. 100x-Terrible race last

3rd Race UD&E" Native 6 Fp.Purse: $300. Pool closes:

t-Fru Fru
3-Valaria -
7-(Golden B.
8-(0. Fan

H. Ruiz 108 -Prefers more distance
J. Jime. 106x-Usually moves late
R. Vas. 118 -Back in best form
B. Agui. 112 -Dangerous contender
A. Oonza.. 100x--Could score here
G. Ran. 110 -Will fight It out
L. Tuflon 107x-Chance deanite rider
&. Carva. 100x-Improving steadily

4th. Race "G" Native 4% FlrPurse: $S75.00 Pool closes:

5-Lady Moon
6-8. VeUuda

B. Agul. 114 --Jockey should help
C. Mendo. 115 -In favorite distance
A G.ond. 99x-Rider only handicap
A.' Ycaa 108 -Would pay nice odds
R. Vas. 113 -Better race this time
C. Lino 106 -Doesn't seem likely
F. Godoy 104x-Not with this rider

5th Race "BAC" Native 8% Fg.Purse: $350.00 Pool closes:

2-Don Grdu

A. Gonza. 99x -Rates good chance
G. San. 119 -Usualy close up
K. Flores 122 -Dropped in class
Reves R. 105x-Light weight helps 1
0. Igle. -112 -Last was revealing
F. Godoy 102x-Improving steadily
R. Vas. 111 -Should score this time

6th Race "H" Imported 1 MilePurse: 1400.00 Pool closes:
irsnt Race of the Double

1-L. Morros
2-Patriotca '
"-8. Of Scone
6-8. Spruce
7-Lord Baaur
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H. Ruiz 104 -Distance suits style
A. Earl, 113 -Could go all the way
. F. Qodox. 110x-Early speed galore
V. Casq. lII -Goo sprinter also
F. Riee 120 -74an& s in homestretch
F. Hidal. 110 -Qul s badly in stretch
R. Ruiz 107 -Nothing recently
R. Guerra 1'i-Returns from layoff
J. Gongo. 112 -Distance to liking
M. Ryes 108 -Could help entrymate

7th Race "G" Imported 7 FgrPurse: S450.00 Pool closes:
Second Race of the Double


Reyes R.

901 x -Longahot possi y

2-81smo Mena R. 107x-Doesn't seem likely 25-1
3-Explicito R. Gomez 110 -Good early speed 5-1
4-M. Rouge V. Orte. 116 -Just missed in last 2-1
5-R. Emblem H. Ruiz 105 -Early foot only 5-1
6-Bar One V. _Avepr inR -Rates gdod chance here 3-1
7-Ocean Star F. Rose 113 -Not off last two 15-1
8-Tiger's Teeth B. Agul. 112 -Dangerous this time 3-1
9-Sun's Moon R. Vas. 110 -Has strongest finish 5-1
10-Don Cuto L. Giral. 113 -Reportedly ready 3-1

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S-- o -- PHILADOELPIA, Feb. t .
DI-All-Ame Thbl le 4M
PUMAS DROP CONEJOS Conejos 3 0 03- 6 co ach X@e
INTO CELLAR Pumas 3 3 5 5-16 will visit Suos ad
America due r the e%11e r 1
By JOHN KUNDLA Playing heads-up baseball and Summary der the State.&S
Written for NA Servie* making their opponents make" to combat cio.iBS
the mistakes, the Pumas defeat-' Errors: Pumas, Webb: Conejos, Demomracy. w. "
ed the Conejoas by the score of Ryter; Runs batted in: Webb 2; Loeffler. who also wil
16 to 6. Difficulty to find the Reynolds 3; Wills 3. Cunning- basketball clins in
plate was one of the reasons and ham, Lovelady, Chase 2: Musser, States and Europe, saidi ,
inability to hit with men on base Watson 2; Two-base hits: Webb; lecture and show films
Caused the downfall of the first "hree-base hits: Reynolds; Sto-Latin American im
half champs. Wills was the win- n bases: Frangloni 3, Ryter, na Gola to deunonutr
Sner and Kirkland the loser. Chase, Wills; Sacrifices: Lovela- niques.
Tpday. the big game of the dy; Double plays: Kirkland to Gola. who will be mas'w
week will take place when tne Franglonl; Left on bases: Pu. Caroline Morris of
. Macaws and Ocelots mix. Both aias 7; Conejos 6; Bases on balls the day before deoll ia-
teams have won their first game off KIrkland 7, Bradshaw 5, ned to take his b idea
in the second half, and a victory Wadraska 6, Wills 10: Strike-outs their honeymoon. However
1 ? today will mean a lot to either .Wadraska 2, Wills 3; Hits off cage star will he ".01 ..
i ^ I --team. Iirkland 4 for 8 runs In 2 in- expenses since tate
L i fc[JK^ il j! J. Durfee will get the pitching rings; Wadraska 2 for 3 runs In meant arrangemetn cove
I l assignment for the Macaws with .1 2-3 innings; Bradshaw 0 for Gola and Loeffler.
-Tf *T. Durfee doing the catching. For 3 runs in 1-3 innings; Wills 1 The tour was scheduled toral
Si the Ocelots, Nuflez or DuBois will for 6 runs In 3 innings; Lovelady from June 2S to Aug. I1. ,-
S toe the rubber with bateman do- 0 for 0 runs in I innin: Hit by
I ng the catching. pitcher, 0: Balk: 0; Wild vitch-
S, The box score: les Kirkland 1; Passed h Us: 0;
Winning pitcher: Lovel dy;~Los-
f'l pitcher., Kirkland: UTmpircs,
ConeJos Ab r h to 2 Womble and Diaz; Scorer: Scott;
SFrangloni,3b .....o o 0 0 Time: 1' 41.
L -+--,, Ryter as ... ...... 1 0 1. _______ 1
Kirkland cf. p ... 3 0 1 0 01 OD
I John uantl Watson cf, If ..... 2 1 ITODAY r
,W.a -_ ..... Million c ........ 3 0 0 5 1 1:30. 3-I0 5:15, 7:06, 9 7- 0
Slusser lb ....... 1 0 0 4 0 .. .. ..1 2 5 ,
HOW are you going to get a- (hassin 2b ....... 0 1 0 0 1 PRIMITIVE PA~SIONM...
round it? Any coach fortunate en. Scott If .......... 1 0 n 1 0 LEASHED IN THR 5OW l
ough to have had the greatest Bradshaw p ...... 0 0 0 1 0 .
player who ever lived has to list Wadraska p ...... 0 1 0 0 1 "ILOS A TM II
that as his big break. ---- IK
S Totals 13 6 2 12 5
For seven seasons, big George AI e fu
Mikan helped keep my ulcers Pumas IO F in L
down to a ripple with his tre- .
mendous pivot play for the Min- Corrlgan as ......2 2 1 2 0
neapolls Lakers. I don't say that Lovelady 2b, ... 1 3 0 1 1
just because he now happens to Reynolds lb ...... 1 3 0 1 1
be my boss, either. If you want to wills p. rf ....... 3 1 2 1 0,
build a winning team, get your- Hele fls .........2 1 1 0 01'
selfs a ikan. Webb c...........3 0 1 3 0
Hall rf, 2b ....... 1 1 0 1 0
That's what we had n mind Cunninhm, Ed If 1 1 0 0
when we organized back in 1947, Toussleh If ......0 1 0 0 taking over the Detroit franchise Bettsak z .......0 0 0 0 0 -lmii
in the old Basketball Association Cunningham, T. 3b 0 2 0 0 1 I h
of America. Mikan was then with
the Chicago Bears in the now de- Totals 15 16 06 12 2 Mea j
funct National Basketball League. z-pettsak rounded for Tous- 1
There were rumors the NBL was eleh in the 4th.
going on the rocks, so all their
players were thrown into a tenta-
tive draft pooL E.zrd Charles
There was no hesitation e n my Enconto Tia *lk
first choice big George-even To a L !/ ut t --
though a lot of people thought 1To Try Another t *" --
he'd never play for us because BENNY MO
of his salary requirements. But ..m b To
we got him. Umeback Tonig .Witha f
Nextto Geotge, I was fortufate NNW yO1 Feb. 3.(11 : WD
enough to have a high qp.=ooil Eard Cha former
oach named We s Mitchell in Min- heavyweight-champon, is o ,3 ,..
neapoils who after I had deferred to I favorite to defeat Charley DfAL a Today ,
going to college for two years af- Norku at Madison Squ#0 RECORD-BENT-.Audun Boy- *UNPI OF
ter graduation, kept eneduraging GardiW tonight. sen of Noway, with one meet I (24 If)
me to attend the University of Min. t will be Charles' first bout record already shattered during;
nesota. where I made my first since be was knocked oul by his American indoor half-mile, "OLIDAT IN I MSAVANA
mark as a player. the champion Rocky Marcia- campaign, has his sights set on- ./
/no five months ago. more. (NEA) J OUTPOST 0
-- I Charles in 33 years old while Ou,,.,
EREEl Norkus is 26


Kansas Coach
Written for NEA Service

Question: under professional
rules, a team fouled more than
IKth Race "D" Imported 64 Fgs. Purse: 0600.00 Pool closes: 4:40 an etiramshot. What happens it.
QUINIELA say, the seventh foul in a quar-
QUI LAter is a two-shot foul anyway?
1-H. Heaven R. Gomez 105 -Blazing early speed 8-1 Bob Brady.
2-Begonia L. Giral. 115 -Back in top form 2-1
3-Postinovich A. Ycaza 110 -Distance handicaps 4-1 Answer: If the foul shooter
4-Hurlecano Mena R. 105x-Must improve more 10-1 misses one, he gets another
5-Noveno A. Vas. 108 -Dangerous this time 3-1 chance. He does not, however,
--Barge Royal B. Agul. 115 -Seems long overdue 2-1 get a third shot if he thinks
7-Cormorant F. HIdaL 118 -Good at short distance 4-1 both.
8-Greco Ut. T)ario In -Fastest at getaway 5-1
9-M. Mason J. Gongo. 118 -Longshot posalbility 8-1 Q. Are there anytrophies, such
as college football's "Old Oaken
-- Bucket" in college cage? -
9th Race "E" Imported 7 Fg. Purse: $55.4W Pool closes: 5:15 George Amerso.
ONE TWO I A. Several, but none on the
1-Donny Boy L. Oiral. 118 -Rates ood chance 8-1 caleof football. Indiafon and
2-Rose Hip J. Phillips 106 -Poor effort in last 15-1 bell and New York U. and Notre
3-Majestic J. Bvo 113 -Jockey should help 2-1 Dame have an annual trophy in
4-Ch ngri J. Ca 118 -Nothing to Indicate 25-1 honor of the late Irish coach,
5-Fa rlyable J. Gongo. 115 -Could score again 4-1 nGeorge ogthan.
6-Amit 0 Gue. 107x-Qults under pressure 10-1 George "
7-1 Regalo V. Ql .2 3 -Longshot possibility 8-1 -
8-Regal Chum B. lm i .- -Seeks repeat victory 4TIim ChangA -
.-Clprodal A. Vas. 115 -Last three were bad 10-1 ime CIhanIs- -
10-Charlier R. Vas. 113 -Dangerous contender 3-1
c m5 I 5So Does Money
10th Race "B" Imported 7 FgLPurse: $750.00 Pool closes; 5:40 HIALEAH. Fla. (NEA)-When
1-Jaqulmazo J. Bravo 122 -Form indicates 3-2 Paul Andolino tried to cut down
1 :he size of hisr:In stableoa
2-P. Countess F. Hidal. 110 -Would pay fat odds 15-1, hea a he ofhferrdac ston Dogs
3-RelaUnpago II 0. San. 114 -Would pay juicy odds 20-1 y er". agol e ofred nrce tog D
4-8. Feiner V. Casti. 110 -Back in good form 2-1 r sle *
------ I He had no takers on the N e w
11th Race- 'Np-Wlners'4%F g.Pa-rse: $25.-e Pol ,loses: xxxi England colt, so was stuck with
1-L. Dancer A. 'Cona. 102x-Rates good chance 2-1 This season, after the colt won
2-J. de la Cruz A. Vas. 118 -Will fight it out 2-1 its seventh straight at Hialeab
3-FoUetito ReyMe R. 102x-Improving slowly 15-1 Park Andolino was otfered $100-
4-Sin Igal H. Ruiz 100 -HAs shown nothing 25-1 for the horse. He .turned t
.-Hnltorist .K Drlo 110 -In thick of it 2- down.

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Sorter the test took place in the
irast week of February off San
Juan, Puerto Rico.
The submarine used was the
uavina which has been special-
fitted with tanks. The air-
plane refueled in the experiment
gas a Martin P5M Marlin. a ra-
dar-equlpped patrol plane pow-
ered by two piston engines.
During the refueling, the sub-
S marine apparently was under
y siand to plane taxied be-
SNavy'officers said that obvi-
eusly the same thing can be done
with jet powered sea based
bombers like the Martin P6M
Beamaster. It is scheduled to
snake its first flight soon and
may go into production in about
a ear.
the Seamaster has the per-
formance of a land plane and is
designed to carry bombs and lay
mines in enemy waters and har-

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LiAMI. Feb. 18 (UP) T
X.avy's search to pinpoint t
moonlighted silhouette of a my
terious submarine off Florida
Saeoat guided missiles ha
eenUItted t but official
kept the operations secret.
"We easit afford to let t
enemy know how we do their
nlni," a Navy spokesman
th Jacksonville Naval Air St
to Ai..-"The search is co
tU ig dand you can say that
hooae number of planes in t
air looking for a pssalble enei
o Cast Guardsmen ope
tg a 40-foot utility boat o
SAir Force's secret guid
9a01e .base near Cocoa, F1
oIlted the wake of a myste
0Gu vessel and what looked 11
a* ening tower Wednesday in
ddn flash of bright moo
(ght that broke through
"It wee definitely a submr
rine," one of the veteran saili
saId. The Navy said neither t
United States nor any friend
nation had a submarine in thi
wters, some 30 miles off sh<
14 the Atlantic.
! Several Navy officers alo
the seaboard expressed skep
sam over the report, but t
usarch continued.


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Dulles Heading



Formosa Crisi

WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP)- -hal. China or New Delhi, India
Secretary of State John Foster before the end of the month.
Dulles departs for the Far East The Soviet proposal for an in.
today or high level diplomatic talks rejected by Britain on grounds it
on the Formusa crisis and Allied Larred Nationalist China from the
defense strategy in Southeast A- talks.
sia. "The Soviet proposal for an in-
Dulles will fly over the Pacific international conference on the dan-
to Bangkok, Thailand, where he gerous situation in the Taiwan
will meet Wednesday with diplo- (Formosa) area opens a new road
mats of Britain, France, Austra- for easing tension in the Taiwan
Ira, New Zeland, Pakistan. Philip- area and the Far East," the di-
pines, and Thailand. torial said.
The meeting was called to get
the new eight-nation defense pact Communist China heavy guns
against Communist aggression broke a four-day lull in the For-
ready for operation in any emer- mosa Strait fighting to pound
agency. the invasion-threatened National-
Diplomats said Dulles also will ist outpost of Quemoy. .
have opportunities while there to Quemoy is only four mil esm
talk behind-the-scenes with Brit. feom the Red-held port of Amoy,
Ish foreign secretary Anthony E- center of recent Communist troop
hen and other officials on new Al- movements on the Fukien coast of
lied strategy in the China crisis, the mainland. It lies in a half.
The diplomatic-military jockeying moon of Communist-held Islands
over Formosa has placed new and opposite the Nationalist bastion of
heavy strains on American-Brit- Formosa.
ish relations. Todayv' artillery hbarramge a

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"Force Cipt. Thomas L. Pitt-
man smiles from his hospital
bed in Winnipeg, Canada. Pitt-
man spent three bitterly cold
*days in the wilderness after
he balled out of a Stratojet
bomber that exploded in the
air. He Is holding the revolver
he shot a rabbit with, but he
could not reach the rabbit be-
cause of a lea broken when the
plane exploded.



Flying Boat

-A flying boat has been refuel-
d from .a submarine for the
at time, the Navy announced
today. The feat points the' way
a new type of sea-based strik-
ing power.
SThe seaplane-submarine com-
bination was seen as a future
'adjunct of carrier forces for hit-
Und-run tackles against special
enemy targets.
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against heavily-defended Quemr oy
may herald Communist prepare.
tons for an invasion of the island.
The Reds have shelled the island
sporadically since last Sept. 3.
A terse Nationalist communique
said that during a 46-minute bom.-
Iardment Communist guns on Li.
en Ho and Ta Teng islands pound-
ed Quemoy with 90 rounds of hea-
vy artillery shells.
"Our batteries returned the fire
and succeed in silenci-g.the en-
emy firing," the communique said.
Quemoy ,is defended'by some

Pineau, shown talking to news

s A Lutheran tourist group of the deadlock in his country's Do]
he 20 persons left by plane thAs his Cabinet from members of 1
ese morning for New Orleans hay- his prc
at ing completed a trip of two
a weeks n Central America. *
n- After visiting various Luther-
we an missions in Guatemala for 6 s
he nearly two weeks, the group ar-
my rived at Tocumen Airport ineaus a ie
Wednesday evening, where they
er- were welcomed by the Rev. Her-
off bert T. Bernthal and a large Assly
led delegation from the Redeemer
Ia., Lutheran Church of Balboa. Am ly; G i
ri- They yesterday visited various
Ike points of interest on the Pac- -
i a tic side, and also made stops PARIS, Feb. 18 (UP) The
)n- at shopping centers in Panama. National Assembly gives its an-
an The tourists last night were swer today to Christian Pineau's
the guests of the Lutheran Serv- efforts to form a left-of-center
ia- ice enter, where a fellowship government-the 21st since the
Evening was held in their hon-war and France's first in 14 days
he or. of world cris.
dly Ten states were represented of world crisis.o-American
oe by the visitors who made this Pincau, a pro-American So-
ore trip by arrangement of the chance of becoming premier
Walther League Travel Bureau when the assembly meets this
ing f Chicago Ill. afternoon to vote on his four-
he party coalition. His chances of
Youngest Combat remaining In office any length
of time If invested are even
General Critically smaller.
A General Critically change in the constitution
IlI in H itl requires that the Socialist party
|III In Hol leader receive only a bare ma-
jority to become Premier Pineau
PITTSBURGH. Calif., Feb. 18 worked- into the early morning
(UP) World War II's youngest hours on a speech pleading for
| combat general was in critical approval.
condition at Pittsburgh Hospital During the night Pineau also
I today, worked on-completing the cabl-
A hospital spokesman said net which required revising
SMaj. Gen. Robert L. Frederick, when two Gaulists backed out.L
47, was showing signs of im- The four parties represented
provement but it was too early in the government are the So-
t say definitely he was recov- clalWt-, the Catholic Popular
ring. Re U theRadical Socilal-
The retired officer, who be- I M%-wsts o2 m e and the
came the yun t general com- Demooraic ea Reaint-
manding frline f a n t r y ance UnVon M).
troops in World War II, was in-' Premier i- Chr-tion,
jued i nM10t when he lost Pineau phised Fxprop d
control of h pickup truck while new ca e to piu-dent Ra-
trying to adjust a window. The ne C o t 08*e of
Lasgmshed into a tree, pitch- hisa i battle
3 fr as head through the becomFe IoAalit
I Wpa major The late
sue of 7. asgu e A* cam

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10,000 of Chiang Kal-shek's best
Nationalist Chinese military
leaders insist they can hold Que-.
moy which Is a stepping stone
for a Red invasion of Formosa
or for the Nationalists return to
the mainland.

Chian 's officers reported Red
troop deployments into Fuklen
province which they said indicated
the Reds were preparing for the
next stage of their announced in-
tention of "liberating" Formosa.
The Nationalists have stepped
ut. draft calls for the army be-
cause of the increased Ited press
a ainst Formosa and the outpost
islands, authoritative sources. Said.
The number called up was not re-
vealed. but it was said to be in
the "tens of thousands."
Chiang now has a regular mill-
tary machine of some 600 000 men.
U.S. Navy Secretary Chartles
S. Thomas said In New York
last night America's show of
strength in the Far East has
forestalled any "immediate war
in the Formosa Straits."
He pictured the U. S. Navy as
a mighty retaliation force now
able to launch atomic weapons-
carrying airplanes against targets
1,000 miles from aircraft carrier
Speaking at the 160th anniver-
sary observance of the naval sup-
ply corps, Thomas attributed the
pieventon of war in the Formosa
area to seapower.
"Whenever the Communist are,

ET Socialist leader Christian
ien in Paris, is trying to break
litics. He said he plans to form
the parties that agree to back

et Goes C.2fore

confronted by strength, resol v e
and courage... they halt," he said.
"For the first time in this cold
war siege, they came face to face
with the harsh\ realities of sea-
power" guarding the 100 miles of
open sea in the Formosa Straits.
The Communists would have to
control the 100-mile strip of water
in order to Invade Formosa, he
said, "and dhat they cannot do."
Thomas warned, however, that
Formosa apparently is "part of a
pattern for conquest" of wh i c h
"we haven't seen the last." He
predicted constantly shifting R e d

Sergeant Barral

Collects Kudos

For Best Moess

Dally routine at Medical com-
pany mess hall was Interrupted
one day last week and momen-
tarily the task of preparing the
noon meal was at a standstill.
"This is the Vf!th month in a
row this has happened," boasted
Sfc. Joseph pnrrnl mess stew-
ard, as he accepted the Provi-
sional battalion "Best Mess."
plaque from Lt. Col. M J.
audits, deputy post commander
of Fort Kobbe.
The battalion plaque was only
the first of a sequence of events,
however, for Capt. Michael Mc-
Sweeney's Medical company mess
Later in the week Sergeant
Barral's cooking shores were a-
gain interrupted. This time he
was ordered to report to the of-
fiee of Col. A. 0. Elegar, com-
manding officer, 33d Infantry
regiment, where he was awArded
the 3d Infantry and Lifeller
Best Mess plaques-a clean
February marked the second
consecutive month the dining
rooln at hilltop dispensary has
been decorated with all threeI
awards-battalion, regimental,
and Lifeliner.
Sergeant Barral and his staffI
began their successful quest for
the honors las; BSeptember when
they earned the Provisional bat-
tallon plaque. Medical company
has held the avtrd since.
According to Sergeant Barral,
"Some people are content with
a little success but we az-e not
resting on our laurels. Mess per-
sonnel," he continued, "are Im-
proving the operation in every
way possible."
When asked how he managed
to land on top so often, Sergeant
Barral replied, "It's the result of
a continuous daily routine in
which we keep our kitchen ready
for inspection at all times."

Carpelt Manufacturer

Lauds Industrial

Progress Of South

ATLANTA, Feb. 18 -(UP) -A,
.. .. leader in the carpet industry said
S l i C ance last night tha growth of the South
I U-JU Ilhance from a land of farms and planta-
tions to a region of "booming
3 plants and factories" Is "phenom.
S- lenal."
EST to vote on the investiture Charles A Karagheusian, chair-
of the 50-year-old Socialist econ- man of the board of the Carpet
omist who writes fairy tales on 4Istitute. told the Atlanta Floor
the side. A favorable vote was Covering Club that the rest of the
f4r from assured. nation can look "only with a-
pineau completed his cabinet amazement and admiration" on
tonight after nlght-long nego- Dixie's rate of progress s i n ce
tiations and last minute difficul- World War II" .
ties that threatened to wrect his "The growth of indusr In this
premiership bid before it could action. .has been so widespread
come to a vote. so tremendous and so rapdl, that
Two Gaullist deputies, anger- it can be described in no w o r d
ed over the distribution of North short of phenomenal.
African .poststoSciaUst, back- Karagheuslan board chairman
ed out or the cabinet this morn- (ci A. & M. Karagheusian, Inc.,
ing. Pineau had to prolona neg- oneof the nation's largest carpet
OtI"IonA to scurry around or producers, said the growth of the
replacements. carpet industry in the South has
neau decined to disco the ptpace with other Industries.
cabinet lit officially before to- He said the firm' plant at Al-
morrow's a slon. Thisledto new~ an Ga., is only a year and a
speculation there znaF be someh oldi" but already t has be-
ore lst minute changes and come an teral part of our ope.
inicultes. .ations."
An unofficial list, how a v ,
o he is aCi o ristoboI Elks
as both Prem er:' andfore
.minisois. lpe wsor Carnival
France's first Soeualist leader
al.ce PauL uDa l ITT..', ce Tomorrow
MPt awu tsl hisrr tec wi
malativ af tlar m didleoftht* A Orarmval dance will be spea--


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QUEEN IS CROWNED Ruth Elizabeth Wall is crowned "Queen
of the Spirit of the Mardi Grass" in New Orleans by Mayor De-
Lesseps MOrrison. Miss Wall will officially represent the city at
the Mardi Gras Ball in Washington, D.C., today,

Orphans Discover Kinship

Aftir AAmrrena' Two iVA

Little League:

Girls 16, Boys 15

rt-iqu i rIs'0Wav ui 1I V Im Gorgas Holspit had a banner
week ast weekin the baby bust-
-- -- ness with 31 bh Mbein report-
_EREFORD, England, Feb. 18 timber cutter, after an anony- ed during thek*q4 at
(UP) Two young orphans who inous tipster told her of her true midnight Mor night. Girls
fell in love at first sight and identity. outnumbered the bys by the
were married, learned after the They have not seen, each close score of 16 to 15.
birth of their second son they other since then but Geoffrey
were brother and sister, the said, "I hope to see her. today The week's report showed 213
tearful mother said today. to clear up this whole terrible patients admitted and 229. dis-
The story of the tragedy was tragedy." charged. There were thee deaths
told by 24-year-old Marjorie The tragedy began in 1934 at the hospital during the week.
Hughes who separated fi v e when their mother died and the Twenty-aix of the births re-
months ago from her husband- three sisters and three brothers ported were to parents of Amer-
brother Geoffrey Hughes, '23, a were sent to separate county Icam citizenship and live to
ome. Panamanian parents..
Marjorie, barely 'three at the
Now Colon Club time, was adopted by a family Children born to prent of
named tanham and was known P-antman d eit mn lK*p were:
E cts. Board Jfrom then on as Marjorie Stan- Sons to Mr. an Mr, H. C.
ElectsBoard meof argso, Mr. and
Geoffrey remained In touch M Marcelino Ortega o Chivae
i J. t s other brothers and ims- Chiva and dauht :t W.
uf r Directo l..,- htit did no < tm et ari* iand Mrs. Vincent 6eal1y, Mr. At I

The Club Centro Cultural del
Jovenes Colonenses this week
elected a board of directors;
headed by Arthur A. Mauge, as
Other members elected were:,
Joslyn Barrowes,. cultural activi-
ties; Jeptha Watkis, civic and
community; David A. Williams,
publicity; Lorenzo Gillette, social
activities; Miss Victoria Brownie,
The platform of .the club is: 1.
Promote and encourage social
and cultural activities. 2. Pro-
mote fellowship. 3. Support char-
itable causes 4. Assist in com-
munity projects. 8. Promote
greater appreciation for nation-
al customs, language and cul-
ture. 6. Participate in civic proj-
Meetings are held twice month-
ly. Business meetings are held
on the first Saturday in each
month prior to the cultural ac-
tivity which is held each third
Sunday in the month. The na-
ture of the cultural meetings
takes the form of lectures, de-
bates, games and discussions,
questionnaires and programs.
These activities are planned by
a committee selected each
On Sunday at 5 p.m., one of
the club's cultural activities will
be held, entitled "A Pleasant
Carnival Evening." Chairman
for the evening will be Jeptha
Watkis. Other members of this
committee are Miss Geraldine
Hill, Miss Thelma Anderson and
Errington Stewart.

aain uW 1948 at amace when
sh wAs a WAA"--a member of

my ulsti's but I did not hear.of
Mar orie until I was -9," young
Hughes said. "I remember the
night very well. I went to a
dance at Hereford and met a
very pretty WAAF called Marjo-
rle Stanham.
"I got very much Interested
in the girl.. .we fell very much
In love.. .we used to talk much
of the past, but Marjorie could
not tell much of her family be-
cause she said she had no near
They were married Sept. 13,
1951, and had two children. Rob-
ert, 3, now in the Hereford hos-
pital with bronchitis and Mi-
chael, who was born five months
It was at the time of Michael's
birth an unknown woman tele-
phoned and suggested they look
at their birth certificates.

18 (UP)-Motorist Richard Pe-
terson. 20, told poUlce yesterday
that a pedestrian who wanted
the right of way at an intersec-
tion glared at him, smashed out
a rear window with his fist, then
stalked off without a word.

J. D. Hyne of Ort gKobl ; lr.
and Mrs. Leon Rosen, Panama
City; Sgt. and Mrs. Jose natoi,
Locona: Lt. and Mrs. p. Lh-
man, Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Lewis, Albreok; Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Alexander, Panama;
Mr. and Mrs. R'. R. Mills, Curun-
du; Mr. and Mrs. E. Krivoku-
cha, Panama; 8gt and Mrs. I.
P. Severson. Quarry Heights;
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Amburge,
Panama; Cept. and Mrs. J.B.
Kennedy, Albrok; and Lt. and
Mrs. James McNnulty, Albrook.
Daughters born to American
couples were: St. and Mrs E.
L. Hechler, of k; Cpl. and
Mrs. H. L. Shaw, Balboa Sgt.
and Mrs. Alfonso Hernandee,
Fort Kobbe; Bt. and Mrs. W. R.
Capps, Fort obbe; Sgt, and
Mrs. J. "A. Rodriguez, Fort Clay-
ton: Cpl. and Mrs. S. R. Baldwin,
Panama; the Rev. and Mrs. P.
B. Holloway, Curundu;. Cpl. apd
Mrs. Carmelo Lopes, Panama;
Cpl. and Mrs. Manuel Rios. Pane
ama; MaJ. and Mrs. C. R. Wfl-
son, Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. P. 0.
Deason, Locona: Sgt. and Mrs.
F. J. Gorsich, Albrook; and Mr.
and Mrs. R. I. Bowie, Cocol.

Pioneer Nazi
Jailed In ondon
LONDON, Feb. 18 -(UP) -
Gtto Strasser, a pioneer Nasl wh
quarreled with Hitler ald had to
flee Germany flew ints a British
jail today on his way ome from
years of Canadi exile.
British authorities barred him
from entering the country and
locked him up to before .the or-
der while he waited, the next
plane out.
The plane was "Indefinitely can-
celled' because of blizzards
sweeping northern Europe.


What happened 'to la
Clamer'a nrte he d o Aberdeen
Angus anouidnt ever happen to
a contented cow.
Clammer, a Waslm tw law-
yer who owns a tfarn f14
eravillUe Md., U ,iles. WM
c tal, said his P6(MA
of cattle were fta~ 9esvi9
IVabt week hen abt tee
W-57 btmope ambed nar
7i 300"-of the ani cam
ftW wil th ak A u aS
dnes cows deived CI
esmaterqly. -


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Eden and other British offi-
claia were reported upset by
Dulles' new warning to Red Clu-
na against attacking the Nation-
alist-held Quemoy and Matsu is-
lands off the China Coast.
Britain has been promoting a
plan to sui mender .these islands
to the Reds in exchange for a For-
mosa ceasefire. Dulies didn't say
no to that scheme in his foreign
policy address Wednesday night.
lut he said it was doubtful that
such a surrender would promote
peace or freedom.
Diplomats believe the best
chance of solving the Form o s a
crisis may center on talk a
through diplomatic channels be-
tween Washington, London, Mos-
cow, Peiping. New Delhi and oth-
er capitals. Thee talks, if prof-
Itable, might fori" the basis
.for more qrmal tgotlat VO n s.
either islde r outside of the
United Nations.
Duller talked over the Far East-
ern situation with President El-
senhower last night at the White
Meanwhile Communist Ch i n a
called through the official Peiping
newspaper Peoples Daily t o d ay
for a ten-nation conference as pro-
posed by Russia to ease the "dan-
gerous" Formosa crisis.
An editorial from the Pelp i n g
equivalent of Moscow's Pra v d a
was beamed worldwide by the of-
ficial New China News Agency
and monitored here.
The Peoples Daily backed to the
hilt Russia's call Feb. 4 for a
ten-nation conference sponsored
by India, the Soviet Union and
Britain to be held either in Shan-

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