The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00662

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last weak as 1111,0KmI thl anoic city" of Los A. er fIPu o fe I eIa
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civilians to e in.l. u-allglk r y triclem Dr. -Malcolm M4. Co 44'ofdlo, o .4 Ieal
posts was, taken epno"naj. a ppireatAy shot himself to ath ,at --o
S aets a ia p la o a i afterne wwas ldea i n aite s o an i pdS 'e l
expect Se cold War to, trn hof rose state lines i, hisn Wivate' ,!II.- teir g
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,gaenhower on do ,-eam desatheir wives and then con.muit ed
that an outbreak o. war -would sucid within a few ours in 0-' l"
confront the mtilWltra an scqt1e o.S .e
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to presss for justice in the truck divers' cai n.w
boh herend in W kington oer itfwek;i.rt4. Pk
A veterans' orguniiaoioul delIgtiWhO) c
from the Capitol said three was :"ond e i
evinced there in the affairs of the Canoa.us
generally, and the truck drivers sp ily. ;: ;"
Meanwhile, two groups, the U.S. tiem" s Ai
and the Central Labor Union-Metql TradeslEI,
meetings at which pertinent matters conceo.tng
welfare on the Zone were discussed.
Topicn included the incomee tax..i"/tf .
obafdonment of the Pom RdIirh6ado* il4
arrival heiw soon of a labor delegation headed
Trades Department president Herbert Browdi
The formation of a congreu At the amne
of Canal Zone citizen workers learned that a.
was voted on at the USCA meet- RP-US treaty
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Ou1R ORUM THE READIES OWN COLUMN t,0 "-ri ningaf~ a
fr.rH. eold Urey, huo t'at
!N '.-Ioten that "The greatest aer to
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The Mail Box is bn Men forum for readers of The Panama Amerie. et in the"esme message, soon -
are received groIllully and are handled Is a wholly etnfidutlar t be made e public. this atomic .'
10f. expert speaks out for some eon-
t y contribute e l tter don't be imtpellt if It doesn't appear evicted splies and anperjurer, Alger as -
SLetters are published In l e order reohldi. His!s, who helped ake the Soviet
Story to keep the letters limited toeM e page length. Union "the greatest danger". to
Itye4 Iflatter writers. Iseld Inastomtriconst fidence.tic tr ea
i ,;s newpp um no onJlit for tateents as e opinion The atomic spies sulpped to Rus- .
In kitten fro oe den, ssla in I telligence e bluepr for.
... TRA D the atomic trigger, tlf8 s "2t...,
TRADE WITH BRITAIN form and. the famed pro im .
Ahqer Hiss delivered the inner so.
You may not be aware that the London Chamber of Cem- clets of our diplomacy. Vo ta on 'to supem t al.
Y trce rtcelves each year some 5000 enquiries from overseas, and Yet Prof. Urey, writing in the n i" a sat IE
ough the medium of the "Openings for Trade" columns of its on of the "DBuBe- tel the cost of'livin tngq nir a alr. o' hehm- '_ .
al. these are circulated to a membership exceeding 13,000 tin of the tomie Selentitis" asks: i I *, u pecot o d r .
~ifacturers and exporters. "Whit i it that Algr Hissl.. ... did"t O..me, plus sou te r- so s-tre
SYou can appreciate, therefore, that the scope and mptance Uthat profoundly or even mnderateilv a, t l e forth agalast muscular
o ft.lid service. by which so many overseas buyers have been plac- out the U.S. in a less favorable .e1s ..! that 4seonge causOl the 0i
S touch with possible sources of supply of British goods, and pol.tion? How much damage im. are .beag divide d S ". wa. needed Spr
forein manufacturers and exporters introduced to Unlted King- have all the arrested and covicted nto e lowing -ategorsI: -
h importers, Is an important factor In international trade. actually done L the oUlltlcal and in, t ae good co-.ress S"
fThe London Chamber is therefore pleased to extend the fa- mmiltay position of the .U.S?" V I, W_ ors, who don't have came _, o,,, '?,- SS
edttp of the "Openings fof Trade" columns to your readers, who Would t be too emotional to s- a o4y. .
I write to this department. giving details of the goods in e that the answers come troa m wealt men who don't havle m.a t If A
they are Interested. Ii mothers of GIs dead In Korea, to .woy a t low salaries. In A,, .M,
am certain that it will be possible, through the publicity or the slave camps of the barbed- t ho OM wo. :o tl laies.dola lail
lai'afforded, to find manufacturers, exporters and Importers m wire world in w which scientists such "On. who get iubs flolr avesalnit mo l a
country interested to supply or import particular goods. as Dr. Urey freeze and starve to1 rg e du ra Att, o lJ -
"Where, however. It Is felt that an enquiry for particular goods death because th e y disagree 4 ) d I pe'
Ss uld be directly circulated to members of the London Chamber, with The Regime? -40 'hOnst congressmen wh
V26 department would, of course, undertake to do this. In the same me ssage from Dr.o .i ECs d
H. C. SQUIRE, Urey. we see that he says that..
London Chamber of Commerce (Inc.) the ". .way we hadb ed the .tgle and leave C'ngres. mental in ptt Mrs. Rret
SENGLAND. for myself and my family .", ". ,,, tte V show, where sbe wo.a.00.
,. .NOAD.._ We respect Dr. Urey's right to ,, To Illustrate, Senator Briker of Then a few days befrea Cht
::' JOB SECTURITY express himself so freely in words Ohio agat a py crease mas she had a relapse ad was
Sh would be howled down lathe N e d doesn't have to womry, Il hospitalized for tem ,ys. Not
mr he t plah e were they not writ law firm in Columbus has r. knowing where else to tart. Mrs.
- lThl is directed at taose who today complain that they .ay ten by one whose profession Is ---------_--------------- celved an average of about ,0O0 Morett called her benefactor ia

l atlble outcome of indlvidual workers' Indifference, apathy sr ..,,. In their field as lI s Il I I .... mittse-he- ote onto 'sto -en Se. ,trb .,
.wdne i -namely the jurists otU.. allroad prels d-here he Then. in a note i Mrs.
Indifference was reflected n the cold, sometimes l me Cothurt who the t to .worry t the
oaImany when igked to ,oin grout e r o g inal o c-tos hisa .. .. ... .V t..lwree S.ay wc te bedey a do

was shown by those who loaned, stayed in a while, roador oppoed. t rsti l 'll
r.qeorge" do all the work, then dropped out. Perhaps sub-idiary of a pro ie omlsisat WASHINGTON -(NEA)- The anca anles against possible ton o $10.5 million. This wil pro- Another Sistration: Ken. eat. no.as. Ie brrifgter
roup were many who would have done much had agency devoted to a flht for the price tag on President Eisenhow- ls' bringing private health vide caztaUzation and set up a m g. republican of obester, the uie.". -'
UR denhip but called on then-., rle se of an Alcatrs e aoserb ny tr's new health program is now insu"nce policies to rural areas lovolving fund for operations. The N. Y., is a copclentious .eagMss. Note A' a .uire ; t. e
was shown by ,ose merly or perhaps only the name of Morton SobeB, a an estimated at over $70 million. This aonl t older people not now cov. insurance premium will be one per. man. but is bachelor, also drawn nue Ways annd amait.
f ule who were .content to tae "ree e," knowing sho stole secrets from our nation is for the first year'si operation erd by the regular Insurance com. cent of the insured option of the an income .Irom a successful law te, Kean has b frs.
y m,*a beney. eattni ed by organized group taort w oul S for the benefit of what Dr. Urey ,cly, in getting the new programs pates. Also. ere would be rein. mortgage, who W be less than tfm. Another illustration:, Cong. Moretti in another wy. he
.. .... ,himself describes an r geatet .,arted. No government otclal has suranc for new types of policies ithe total est. Clarpnce brown of Blanehestcr, liberauze the Sote l S ty Jaw
-* ong this latter group Is the working wfe .,, o fully,,_e, enace. yet made estimates on what the covering long illnesses. A dozen additional minor health Ohio, also opposes the pay in- last year, thereby er
that because her huabad belongs, she needn't beaM.se But most important is the unsci-. costs would be in later years, after The new program to prvide med- programs mentioned In the Pres. crease. Honest, forthright, lucky, only income. -. .
S e ae redoing their part. .. entific approach to all this by sc- the programs are In full operation. lal re forte need aged de- dent's special message cost an Brown s personally wealthy. '
.wat of the future? It s never to late. n t dentist Harold Urey. He agreed to The President's special message pe t child en, the blind an the estimated total of $16 million the l
:.itri th' a so obvious a truism It should not need accept a tesatIionial dinner on Feb. to Congress spelled out his new permanently disabled is estimated Nrst ear. With the exception of a Meanwhile the struggle of the W C
l explanatIon. .... 12 from something .called the Chi- health plans in more detail than to eobt $30 million the first year. $ mullon reque for grants-ln-aid iveIage hbonest congressman to "E.y W F
Ob6ele have now learned their lesson. All tha I I cago Sobell C6mmttee, 20 West his state of the union and budget President Elsenhower covered to the states tp combat juvenile de- maintain a home in his district [J.. Bm Is
n ew, inspired lead rsip to step forwod. Jackson Boulevard, Boom 1301, messages. But there are still great th In only two paragrahs in his linquency, mentioned i the bud- and a home in Washington, with m- D I'IIfl-"
p people been Io4 er Chicago 4, Ill. Phoe Webster eap at ,need to be filled in be. sp cia message, but it, a comb et message, there is no other hi expenses paid to travel home "
erhis -litter the e* .-mn92e e state govern, p el thing. -eqrenkdown,. nely-once a ear. has become
be c e uWyr a bls ,se h W i d ut Prof. trey use bhis l woldbI matching ows total over.r five mild- T Other ams to be-ipro- B. terIr fip tha[ the. aotht ,luofu)
a se e effective dtoi g eubli mars aes 'cst- 6 legislation to bea brri fneI advance on r
to fear. If they loaf nilrJo an 're dlll r ttUl b comr- otors d d their pa who w l ing million a month is divided ubltted sater by the administra. 'oeagreslonal salaries, from the ROM -- ,, A .
eo they e p.tt? I : mittee is a u ry of the Na- benefit, can know what to' expect> 50-50 H Ur.l and State tion wll cover these fields: ergeant at arms oofrce, would tis re o--l. -'a.a I.:
mm t eAr le tonal Ci mmIttee To Secure Justice ef, ... .o all of these cases Improved grants-in-ald for moth- shock the public. o- In e searh la tB isn Ia'
e' t .- ." taFor Morton SobellU-whihA sue- The hepa. h remsurance plan ne, to .$ ermns and erippled children. t ......... -. .
-l AN ANTOdtO iUGLE cessor to. a simUlat 61 mtftii e e in which President Eisenhower proe- s.. eise hw eretfoIf arppledchren. ME.Rt-GO.bR OND liner missing for- eight ae' with
i e ._ San, Antonio, Texas behalf of hnr vitted and execut. posed last year and which Con. pO that' thefederalgovete Five-year grants to the states persos aboard reported sight-
ep '% ed atomic spm' press turned down will be resub- meat sppo r upto I8month., for vocationa traiig In practical Cong. Jimmy WRoosevh t. ,ses a i g wrckae of an aipa.n
: three more days andl biggest Fat Stock Show 4 e These committees were set up mintted as a (t million authoriza- to b e msatchd by it a month of nursing. SpecIalIzed trji for non-sked airline, North American, doy 16 milso north o f ount
bltegins here for a 10-day run and the displays are e to smear the reputation of our land tion, with a requested $25 million state expedinure, every adult Public Health Sttvioe ocers, to fly home to mike a speech The r i R"v'_i i r t_",-
i M OGrounds. Two hund re, real cowboys are here to, o- across l the world. They n e the for the first year's operation. pubtlt assistance case reqgraduaat nurses and mental di.- in Los Angeles. He can't afford "e an ar resue center at
gleo and roping contests. Look like the attend~ sa me tlpechiques, down even to the The program is bast.a~ly the redleal attention. For every publc ease speclalist. Icnraeaed eniefi to t take a regular airline, and few Vicna Di Ba-e (Vine of the V.1.
B t .there is plenty of room for l. osma thim me exploitatin of spies' innocent same as last year. It is Intende _asitane chIld requrin_ medical for Pl S officers. Coneoldton of congessmen who live on their Iy) said land patrols we"'- nru.
.Kil $ A unnlng at other exhibitions through ht Idren who are d""" agged acros to encourage private insurance care, tre i deral grant would ber wate public health programs salary can. If you see your con- the ,lane whiMch re,..r, ..e
I opmne fancy prices pai. One of the d tIlet Uland for the sake of propa- compass y.elop new health $1.50 mant to match every1.. to bring them under o grant, pressman coming home itreqently ste aiintwa h rt'r..t te
eIs that Colombia will e tB teat ganda. .. nanranee oUs with reduced gpent on dependent child medical A four-poin program to promote i he lives some distance from sighting was a three-egine G.
.."I e adylo are bIer aSrom, atho e rt Dim d niotn wn that some premiums. mhis is the. Republican care by the state.. mental health care. I Washington, you'll know there's M,.r G 212 plane from the
m and a few & enw. Ji of ope wpho s ,tid ue imitation administration's counter- proposal The new program, which would Stepped up research o air pol. something phony about i In. Milan ar-resee center.
w.h 'Ltdoing next week ineyent p snecrolls glvel m to the Democratic proposals for put the Department of Hel th. Edu- lution. Strengthening and renewal come. Whe Perle Mesta A Vigna l Vale spokesmA
ESincerely, sub dary(of the" "Na mpulsory federal heal insur- catip* md-Welare in the busnees o. the water pollutton act which ex.tist went to Lee "Cl Me Ma- s.id there was no oert|anty ye
-"Pop-"Wri-ht [II., a ".omoien eance. of ur mortgages on new ooS-ecpreJ June st. iee, oam," wdth Mrs. Truman and a. the. wreea lighted w
--_i ht --( utra0s th0g0Se Aae., ayw, Under the GOP plan,. the gov. tta ther health faclIties, Continued support tor World Margaret, .the Trumans conasi. that 'of the a t abena air.
S. ,,--SSaiv e16=1-rnment would nre the insur- wiruide an itiral appropria.'alth Oprganisaton. tred f Berlin's take-off on lines DC- ..
'iter over telv lln '''se-Teh .IMrs. Meta l diplomatic career Mount Term[inlnlo. a sow-co.
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SD li Ust of persons hone rin, a ite el Merman, iO played AIZONA W .
heri f orldal .. iamr,+n anm y fdislayslta arey.sTis signer is e hter for ... t Mrs. Meta. .
S Asl atm .human rit A. Philip Rndolp lRIEF ENCOUNTER i his renowned squelch to a former Elinor Marcus were dis- l fm .PHOENIX, Ari. .M
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C. 'T. Pldiebardls Jr.
Our firm, replied recently to a
questionnaire submitted by Sena-
tor Fulbright's committee which
has undertaken a study of the cur-
tent bull market in stocks We
fteeisome of our readers may bei
Interested in both the questions
and our replies, so we are dedica-
ting today's -column to the ques-
t!onnalre:.
Q. What- in your opinion were
the principal factors causing the
stock market rise beginning In
the fall. of 1953?.
A. The outlook for improvement
in general .Cusiness under a more
friendly atmosphere in Washing-
ton; renewed confidence in the e-
conomic growth of the nation; the
ending of the Korean war; t he
mildness and short duration of the
recession.
Q. Why' was the rate of rise
stepped up n the last months of
1954?
A. Between election day and the
end of the year there was a be-
lated realization of the confidence
that could be put in the business
recovery and outlook, plus the feel-
ing that the purchase of securi-
ties would give some protection a-
gainst the decreasing purchas I n'g
power of the dollar.
Q. Do you think there are sign.
ficant similarities between the e
market situation now and. t h a t
which prevailed in 1928-29?
A.' We see some similarities be.
tween the market now prevailing'
and the market of 1928, but none,
to 1929. .
Q. Are there any danters to the
Economy inherent in the (a) pres-
ent market levels, (b) present
market activity or (c) amount of
credit on securities? _
A. There are no dangers to the
economy in these factors.
Q. If the rate of increase in
stock market prices between Sept.
1, 1953 and Jan. 1, 1955 should
continue for another year, would
there be any danger to the na-
tional economy?
A. It might perhaps carry some
portents of danger.
Q. If the rate of increase In
stock market prices between Nov.
1, 1954 and Jan. 1, 1955 should con.
tinue for another year, would there
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ANISfl SUFFING FOR GOOSE
18 'OF APPLES AND

Gv GAYNOR MADDOX
,NA .'.dand Markets Editor
You'll e reading about an
iusumal diider we went to. It be1
Switch 'appetizeri of pickled
0mp, Mexican style, and rawI
8i4ese 0 water chestnuts, wrapped
:in booeeand placed in hot oven
until-0ther-on was crisp. A dunk.
ing sauce of India -chutney was
served with the- chestnuts.


Nyra Waldo of New York pre-
patred tfs.-'dinner for a few
friends. .Qiurmet, world traveler,
and author of the new "Round-
The-World Cookbook" she used
rc"pes fromi her own best-selling
book.
The candlelit table was beauti-
ful with white Star of Bethlehem
flowers. First came Russian
borscht served with piroshki, tiny
sour cream pastry turn-overs
filled with chicken liver and
muishoom mixture. Next we had
roast goose stuffed with apples
and prunes the way the Danes do
it; .
Austrian noodles and shredded
cabbage Went 'with the remark-
ably flavored. goose, and then a
plain salad with olive oil and wine
vinegar with a wedge of creamy
Italian cheese on each plate. Des-
sert was a ibch but light Brazilian
cake madE with 10 eggs, Brazil
nuts, bread crumbs, heavy cream,
coffee-,and confectioners' sugar.
Myra and her lawyer husband
traveled thousands of miles to col-
lect recipes ,for' her "Round-The-
World Cookbook."
Noodles and Cabbage
(Eraut Fleckerl)
(Serves. six)
One large head cabbage, 1 ta.
blespoon salt,. % pound butter or
margarine, 2 teaspoons sugar, %
teaspoon pepper 2 8-ounce pack-
ages broad noodles.
Wash the cabbage and cut is as
fine as possible, discarding all im-
perfect leaves and the core. Place
the shredded cabbage in a bowl
and add the salt, mixing well. Al-
low to stand for at least 1 hour,
preferably 2 hours. Rinse and
drain well, squeezing out all the
liquid.
Melt half the butter or mar-
garine in a saucepan. Add the
cabbage, sugar and pepper. Cook
over low heat foi, 1h ours, or
until browned, stirring frequently.
Add the remaining butter or mar-
garine at intervals until all has
been used. Correct seasoning.
Break the noodles in half, so that
each piece is flat.


A. Ti qUeU1V U *o s
It's the.familyin the twiddle glint of brass. A narrow strip of purely academic, for we are con- Boil in salted water for 8 rman
that rings th q,. b with .urure rass lin aid in an "Xr" shapeofident that agencies of the goverp- otes. Drain.. well. Add to the cab
nianufactu A- u4 u teurassturns to become the on le meant, such as the Federal Rlesor bags and' stir togther untu
spng.ac^u it'd01 ',tibc re tseto dbeome.te ls' SwosStdd.ste .in # curb` aiE nla. mxe4 J ^ 4 fqr a ew minutes
middle'slzed houses, .ndet-ornors, l d are Serve wt a. meais or Voul
nlag tastes- that range miday'y be- Everett r o w o s, noted S a n of the yearning questions a d try
tween ,string-bean modern and Francisco designer, in his first nswers'wi he presented in next
strictly- period, or traditional re- moderately priced c oll e c t i o n swe" wi b e next
productions are getting a break. shows an octagonal-shaped cane- week's column.
To put it another "way, at the topped snack table. Paired with
recent International Home Fur- this is an octagonal-shaped up- 2-Year-Old Buried
nishings market in Chicago where holstered chair.
retail buyers stock up for spring, Small talbes which can dou- A I On Request
I saw many designs which.I could ble as benches or which can be AI Se Vn Re u "st
picture In my, home and could, pushed together to make larger A aL ..
conceivable,- afford. coffee tables are increasingly -H IS /,l l t
Wood combined with leather, popular.
metal,, or stone, usually associat- You'll also see larger corner TURIN, Italy, Feb. 21 (UP)-
ed with high-priced merchandise, tables to join sectional seating ar- Movie star Lycia Bose said today
shows up in t he high-styling of rangements delicate shelld-shap- she will leave Italy "sometimes IX
the moderate-cost furniture e. ed occasional tables and wing or I next week" to fly to the United
Foam rpbber- no longer is limited L-shaped low 'tables and' more States where, she announced she A '!
to luxury goods. It s h a p e s the lean, tapered bench-tables. will marry Luls Miguel Domin- p
great and comfortable cushions of Leather not only uphol sters guin, the ex-bullfighter who i
sofas and chairs designed for the chairs; it is also combined in oth-, once wooed Ava Gardner. 'I
average home. Upholstered piec- er ways in the moderate-priced
es tend to be less bulky, more lines. For example, pigskin tiles Miss Bose came here to say|
tailored and lighter in appear- face chest fronts and band the ta- farewell to her former fiance,
.nce. *. ble top of one group. The wood Walter Chiari. She said she
Warm-toned finishes in brown,- from the Indian crown tree may' broke-with Chiari because shell
gray, grayed-brown or antiqued be finished in a variety of tones, felt he was paying too mufh -at--
shades are used on walnut, ma- but particularly effective with the tention to Miss Gardner when
hogany, maple, oak, ash and pigskin is the charcoal finish, the. American screen actress was
teak. I Color continues to blaze' its making a picture in Turin. l
The hardware on case goods vivid trail through all the price ORCAMIZER-Author Jamea
In this middle range is carefully lines. Experts have estimated that the' Micheners the headof a new 1
and skillfully designed in brass, You'll see pigment rubbed -Into jUnited States could increase its nonprofit organization called
pewter, or antiqued brass in bar-. wood to allow the grain to show! agricultural output sufficiently in the Fund for Asia. The new
many with the design of the piece. through. You'll see c h e s t s or a decade to provide food. at pres- organization will carry on pro-
To satisfy the demand for con-, chairs lacquered in b r i1 i a n t ent standards for 380 million peo-, grams for better understandist
temporary furniture whi c h is shades or red, blue, or turquoise, pie notes a Twentieth Century between Asia sad the U. e
comfortable and handsome, some and sometimes highlighted with fund report.
designers have borrowed f ro m igilt or brass. And if you've been
oriental colonial or provincial pining for a lavender bedroom
styles. Other hew to the modern set. this is the year you can sat- 1 e
line but avoid the harsh or se- isfy your longing. No comment. -
vere. tegs on chairs for example, wA Ical ng
may be rounded, curved or solay-1 Metallic threads in silver or UW VUU dll
ed; may form part of the back gold phine on all sides in uphol.
frame. sterv fabrics.
Keeping in mind the space re- Fabrics in muted tones of brown
strlcttuIs of many. modern 'gold, Celadon green, blue, pump- I .
homes, 'chests are designed to kin, red and black or charcoal TI Co m nlAT nlT in n
fit a dining area, living room or are in evidence in smooth or ll
bedroom to. stack on each. mildly textured weaves. One com- '
ethr. -=u'h b made up zippered cov.
Tables are starred in several crs for its loose-cushioned chairs
exhibits. Milo Baughman in his in both washable and nonwasha- *t
modestly priced collection has ble fabrics. They come in light
designed a square coffee table and dark colors, and you can M
that combines dull-finished mo-1 change the upholstery swiftly I
cha-toned maple with the bright, when it is soiled.

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ConMan Uses All OldTrick


But Gullible Reds Fall Hard

WASSNTON- Feb. 11 (UP)I-- Mlkhailove Ai t -ave grad-
RV us a .mmt wasn't kill- ubted from college at the age of
ed o e yoqMtB_-yet. 12. He also said be had been the
Iuveiia, "t clal 8 oYviet "chief state controller" of the
newspaper, ha reported that a Russian Ministry of State Control
sanooth talking confidence man and a tank captain In a financial
has been travelling up and down regiment."
Russia fleecing government agen- His claimed "war record" was.
cies. something to behold. He said .he
Izvestia denounced .as "dupes" "stormed". Berlin nla October,
those government ocials and 1945, although the war in Europe
Communist Pax mbers who was over six months before. He
allowed themsefi be taken in a'so said he fought in the war a-
by the hand.om swindler. against Japan during 1944. Rus-
The article, re d in this a a officially went to war against
country i' the currentt Digest of Japan in August, 1945.
the Soviet Pre,'" said that at For these and other heroic sc.
various times the con man h as complishments, 'M ik h a llo v"
posed as aeonmilst, builder, trap- awarded himself several medals.
ing and fi& ng specialist, engl- One was a medal of valor for cap-
neer, army officer, planner, and turning nine German cooks carry-
insurance administrator. He even ing tw3 "secret'" kitchens.
posed as a Communist Party can-
didate. The bunko artist had a o o d
The city of Novesibirsk, using thing going in southern Russia
the name if' Dimldov," he ob- where he was working a "veter-
tained a job as director of state an's racket" for a while. He
insurance for the town. Not con. would, show up at the mil I i t i a
tent with just one job at a time headquarters ina some -town an'd
he also secured 'several positions ask the comrades '-to have pity on
as insurance director in neigh. him, and old army veteran. He
boring cities. hdd. been robbed of all his pos-
sessions. "And the comrades had
In a few months, he had man-I pity on him," Izvestia said. They
aged to. forge.442 documents and shelled out money, clothing and
collect 20,000 rubles on them. The passports.
provincial officials Are s till
scratching their heads," accord- In .Saratov province, the vice.
ing to Izvestia. chairman of the Communist youth
He later showed up in Uzbek, party took a shine to a comrade
flashily dressed and sporting a "Kolokolnlkov"--a new name but
Tarzan-type haircut so popular the same old rogue. When Kolo.
among some of the R ussian kolnikov left town, the vice chair-
voung bloods. There, under the m.an drove him down to the rail-
name of Mikhailov," he landed a road station in his own car. The
job as director of the planning vice chairman then drank "b n e
and economic department of a for the road" with him, warmly
meat combine. shook his hand and wished him
When he lpter absconded with well.
the fudds, the combine's manager Two days later, the Communist
ridiculed the Idea that "Mikhai- official was astonished to find
lov" was a swindler. Director Pe- that "Kolokolnikov" had 'embez-
trov said that ikhoailov, as 1 sled 40,000 rubles from the party.
the nature of bachelors," prpba- --
bly was off somewhere kicking up
his heels for a few days. WELL-EQUIPPED
Comrade Petrov said a look at
the questionnaire Mikhailove fill- VINTON, Va. -(UP) --Mr. and
ed out when applying for the job Mrs. R. S. Caldwell own a big
would show what an excellent fel- black Australorp rooster that has
low he was. A look at the ques- 12 toes Instead of the usual six.
tionnaire showed that it. was The rooster also has a tiny set
classic of some kind. of extra wings.


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In Sin City Murder Ti


BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 21
'UP)-Opposing attorneys plotted
a battle of wits today over "vital"
testimony in the trial of ousted-
ueputy Albert Fuller charged
with murdering crusading Albert
Pattersoa.
Testimony Saturday of taxi
driver James Radius Taylor, who
goes bacs on the stand later to-
day, set the stage for the all-out
contest between Roderick BeW.
dow, colorful defense lawyer, and
prosecutor Cecli Deason.
Taylor testified he recognized
Fuller fleeing the scene aft er
Patterson twas shot in gangland
style in PheAtx City last June 18
water vowing to riu the notorious
sin city of racketeers.
Deason said he was going to
call a great number of witness-
es" including newspaper report-
ers to show that Fuller, then Rus-
sell (Phenix City) County chief
deputy, was fully aware of "the
rotorious situation down there"
but did- nothing.
Beddow. said there was going to
be some delay in Deason's plan
because he, heddow, was going
to use cross examination of Tay-
loi1 to learn why a special grand
jury at Phenix City delayed its
mnoictment of Fuller.
Beddow said Taylor "lied" in
his testimony Saturday that he
t-lked only once with a state In-
vestigator and then admitted ne
.. ~~s. eiaents. '
"It seems funny to me that the
staw i nu u ns statement for sev-
en motnhs and still went on with
its investigation before any ar-
rests were made," Barrow said.
If Taylor was so sure of his
identification way back then why
was all this other investigation of
Albert Fuller necessary?'


S .Beddow, Uib s.as
Ibg, silver hair and i
booming voice before. the
won a major skirmish i1,A_
Iuling that the deftase
tied to see any statement
signed. *
Beddow claimed Tayl '
two
coincided with theIiT .
ing action to clean up
ty.
Legal arguments over'
laye. Deason's Plan to
testimony descrilbing7 wbo
vice and hand&W .- law
meat during Phenix City';'
day.
Deason said he probably. W
call Joe Campbell, reporter
the Birminbham News,' to
scribe a "raid" in which Fhlge
arrested four drunks at a v
den but did ,not interrupt ti
gamblers.
Deason previously had d .
ed Taylor as a vital"
and has kept the taxi dr iv
from Columbus Ga., adjaems U
Phoenix City,, under
custody between trial seslX
Taylor la under.technical
on a federal warrant chareul
lawful flight to avoid ap
as a witness. He was pie
at Riceville, Fla., and s
here by state patrolmen,
Taylor before that had soiht ka
permit to carry a pistol, ,e
Columbus police he feared
Life as a witness.
E. BAVER!
PORTLAND, Me. (UP)
Crewmen of the Coast GCard
cutter Cook Inlet found a way to
liven up a recent 30-day wether
patrol in the North Atlantic. 'They
held a beard-growing contest, ..


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:THE RECORD SHOP: Steve
0e read the lyrics of "Shake.
Kattle and Roll" on TV, pointing
s something record people have
aware oi for quite a while-a
lyric doesn't have to be good poe-
try s ell records. But lyrics are
AgetUin poorer, especially the cur-
ret rhythm and blues Vit lyrics.
he current state of lyrics,
tzrpssed in phrases terse:
I T ,hou they've never been


'.' .* 've' gole from bad to

Every record company has one
eg 0ore gentlemen called A & R
men." That stands for artists and
tdortoire. and these are the guys
Woe Sign talent, buy songs, assign
lOgers to songs, get arrangements
ad supervise recording sessions.
RyW take the bows if a record Is
and they get the blame if It
falt on its plastic face.
iTlat's the way It should be,"
lot Marv Hofthman, Epic's A &
I ML. Afteral, Ift a record Isn't
L, it' my fault I didn't pick
It song, or I had It arrange
or I da't get a good per.
c.a.lsee from the artist. It's all
IMinty,"
an, you see, has a con-
u ce. Tha can be a. handicap
Ia t music business where It's
dv Aynn'lor himself, tra-la.
- his conscience doesn'tJ .iter.
fcr#,WMh'One part of his business.
out records that he thinks
4q s ." 'eyen it they don't jibe
._Jis own taste.
TV TOPPERS
,03B HBbE (NBC TV): Roy
j s It here with his wife, Dale,
orse, Trigger. His dog,
uilet, couldn't come. Someone had
db stay home to answer the phone.
I go back to the days of Miller
d eodman," Holtzman says. I
pretty music. But you and I
understand the 14-year-olds.
buy meat of the records, and
taste Is different from ours.
I have to say to myself.
ell, what sort of distortion will
Story this week?"
"JIHes to have come up with
~Mretty commercial distortions
6Epic, the Columbia subsidiary,
I-beein I ustness a little over
| ysar ad already has produced
l first-line hits.
SWh bave to invent new sounds,"
says. Instead of sylla-
S a d or di er do. we have


Guy Loembarde o M I ?y an
co-author of a new song, "What
Part of Indiana Do You Come
From?" Burl Ives will get an
honorary degree from Fairleigh
Dickinson Colle g e, Rutherford,
N.J., for popularizing folk music
that tells of American history .
Guy Lombardo's orchestra includes
live men of Italian descent, but the
lyrics to the Italian song, Pu-
1.allna,' are sung by Cliff Grass
-an Irishman.
DICK'S PICKS: Teresa Brewer
(Coral) has another cute one in
"I Gotta Go Get My Baby." Oth-
ers: Never Mind the Noise In
the Market" (Debble Reynolds,
MGM); Don't Change Your
Mind About Me" (Frank Sinatra,
Capitol): Be a Love r" (Bettr
Johnson, RCA); Dixie Danny"
(The Laurie Sisters, Mercury);
The Fish" (Mindy Carson, Colum-
bla);, Smiles" (Happy Otto, Dec-
ca).
The girls, bless 'em, have some
dandy new collections of songs:
Polly Bergen is Jubilee's Little
Girl Blue" and reveals a great
hew Polly Bergen' the late Yvette
Guilbert's style is Immortalized on
Angel Yma Sumac sings mahi-
boa In three registers on Capitol;
Ella Logan spices the songs from
Finlan's Rainbow" on Capitol.
Toscanil, the NBC 'Symphony
and the Robert Shaw Chorale col-
laborate on the magnificent Te
Leum" of Verdi (RCA)- Richard
Strauss' opera, Arabella," just
revived by the Met, is performed
on Angel. Just the great scenes,"
but they are pretty great, at that.
Flisabeth Schwarskopf and Nice.-
lai Gedda star.

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With twA dya, of revelry behind &iei places of madi-
ment w oul.e e the ttlonal n Mr night this
eventmg. On th ight, particlpnt often wetestr Stfd or
comi outfita.m, thouh"any did costumeN" in order.
T rw nightSis "comparsms" nt t Wheimama grouP
dresm cal BticlStunes or costumes tileigted to represet
& single t hme or _t&.Wabea. Agai, tbi s no.;trict reqire-
ment foQr,pstuAme Many dancers come In polurs Or mIOn-
l.---A e--foramllothes.


rides will highlight the entertain-
ment..
SeamaMs Give
swimming .arty
Mr. and.Mrs. Harry S. Seaman
emntertaineu Saturuay e v e a 1 n g
with a swimming party for their
daughter, ,ane ru-si,, uii ner viui
birthday. The family, resides in
Aew Lristooai.


unos; otv In ----r ---.- Miss Petemsn eted
L Mr. and Mis. Herbert K. Peter.
Strgers Club vers of edro Miguel, and he is Son, o ua0atu, parenau of niss
Observing C val their .5th grandchild. Shftirley Peterson, entertained with
The Strange Club in Colon is a -, e, t Gt0er for their .augh.
amoi g the gots' where CarnVal DARs. Colonial Tea ter on her 17th birthday Saturday.
Is wedl under way... s'iomorrow At St. Lukei's -j
Active members of the' club The Panama Canal Chapt e r, Bake Sale Postponed
are admitted iffe o ftharge. Non-iIaugfters Of the Ameriean e. Rev 'ie oaxe saie planned for to.
member gentlemen will be charg- mution, are sponsoring a colonial day by the Garvin C. Moumblow
ta $2 piece each evening, witntea tomorrow* on tie lawn at the Fot vFW has been postponed
ladies admitted free. i Cathedral of St. Luke, Anc o n,due to a conflict with the Scout
Trym's Orchestra and t Co.n- i'om 3,to 5 p.m. nake sale.
junto Tipico are furnishing the! .I s.- -
rythms. This is a charity benefit and Du n cateBridge
tickets are 75 cents. The rPSb Duplicate bake sale planned for
Surprises Planned QSA Chorus and the JC TriopwIU as usual on Monaays ay l:a at
At El Panama Carnival entertain. Margarita Service Center and 7
Tonight in th)atio. of Hotel, --- p. m. at Tivoll Guest MHouse. Both
El PanamA the .thir night of Los Atr. and Mrs. Morrice Duplicate bridge will be played
Carnavnale will be celeb rated ,tceored At Despedlda w
with Quen MatCrela reigning over The newly appointed .Ambassa. Dinner Party To Honor
the festivities. dor of Panama to Costa Rica and Mrs. Sylvia Lewia
t w .Mrs. Frank Morrice, Jr., were Mrs. Sylvia Lewin of Princeton
Costumes ol the Queen and her honorees at a small gathering giv- New Jersey and formerly of the
court are 0 secret, but word has en receily at La Loma, the pri- lCenal Zone, will be the guest of
leaked outbati they will be ve-tvate redene of President and honor tonight at a dinner party to
ry colorful, aed, 4n keeping with Mrs. Ricardo Arias. t held at El Rancho. Hosts will
the throne "Old Panama Lives nd be Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Altman
Again.' Guest included Comandante f rPanama. The party for their
A idolivar Vallarino, Chief of th niece t rt r thee
The maiea ment of El Panama' National Guard, and Mrs, Valla. nece istor celebratef her birthday.
has annott that Mamarrachos rmo; Mrs. aqd Mrs. UastonGa-thr a embersofth family will
Night will be t ght of surprises. Irrido; r. and Mrs. Pablo Th- a-end
Costumes of participants a r e' er and iss DIoris Arias, .
usually nrma, and w, tty. Na H
Beachconmbers a general f- imbusadOr Cleugh as
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HOLLYWOOD -<(NEA)- Holly-
wood on TV: 'The Orlginal" Amos
'n' Andy-Freeman Gosden and
Charles Colrell-will take the TV
plunge next fall in a novel home-
screb experiment.
SIast* d of slapping on blackface,
they'lldo all o f their famous Ne-
gro ciaracterizations a n d many
voices as their white-faced selves
n-a visual version of their radio
show as seen for years by radio
studio audiences. /
A telefilm series, Amos 'n' Andy,
tarrilng Negro players, has been
on the air for some time and will
not be dropped because of the new
live show. ""But if I read of two
more TV pertormniers going to the
hospital" says Goaden, "we'll do
the show on film." S
SHollywood hears the Jackie Glea-
sons may kiss and make up. Lots
of quiet dinner dates recently. .
MartMin flner, who plays the new
sn-ln-law on the Stu Erwin show,
is looking at rings. The reason Is
blonde Jouey St son, special serv-
Iced beauty at Fort Ord.
NOT ON THE teleprompter:
Ituth Roman, on becoming a TV
comedienne:
"I think it would be good emo-
tional balance for me to do com-
edy on television and save my
emotional outbursts for motion plc.
tures."
This Is Television Mrs. Jones:
Reed Hadley asked for a stopover
:n Buffalo, N. Y., on his "Public
Defender" personal appearance
tour. He was once a floorwalker in
the lingerie department of a Buf-
falo department store.
The Witnet: Red Skelton, attend.
ing a meeting of the Los Angeles
county supervisors, was asked wha
changes he'd make if he were a

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.-.-- .he said, "she has a blonde curl
right in the middle of her brnp.
supervisor. Said Red:"'d oil these, Sonny Tufts may have comp ette tresses!"f h b
chairs. The squekin eeps me tion in the affectionate b itin g "What's so diffrint about that?"
.Awake.".league. bit Bob. "Many a girl has a blonde
Ske Pinky Lee. zoomifg back to TV curl in her d hair" blod
Walt Dimsey's shrewd home- favor, says he's so happy as a sort "In,' was the retort, "hr mus.
screen blending of his old film ot Human Howdy Doody to the tache?" t "
eith preview celluloid of his new kids every afternoon, that: t
theater-boundl movies has opened "I want to bite 'em I love 'em From Alma Archer's beu
the eyes of major studio bosses so much." hints: "This is a century f dual-
to what can be done without in-. Knowng lisping little Pinky, who ness. You just come out ofthe
spring "Traitor" cries from ex- once clattered his choppers over woods on one score, start to take
hlbitors. burlesque dolls, he may even do a dee breath, when (as Jackie
SUZAN BALL ad Dick Long it someday. Even if the kids bite Gleaon says): Pow! Right n the
got an okay from their U-I bosses back. Kisserl' "
to co-star In an upcoming "Climax" Some important eastern TV cri- Here Alma. drink this.
show. The "no romance" tics barbecued ex.burlesque and __
edict for Jon Hall's Ramar of the night-club comic Pinky when he Discussing J. Gleason's 11-mil
Jungle heroism will not apply to vas teamed on Those Two" with lion dollar deal (on teevee) a'
his, newly resumed movie career. Vivian Blaine. He was turedaover Broadwayite said: "That'll make
Hell return to his pre-TV love- on the spit again when he moved him as big a man as Godfrey."
making under tropical skies, into kiddieland on NBC-TV. "You mean" he was told, as
-.. "But that's the story of my life," big a target."
Jim Backus dashed out of an shrugs Pinky.
"I Married Joan" filming to take "I've always been numb from Time, be-kind
three "important p h o n e call." being hit on the head. But look, To every rose,
Says Jim: "A trade paper Want I'm not dofi. Omnibus or Studio Because it will be dust;
ed me to take an ad, my busi- One every day. I'm just a flat- And 'to the heart
ness manager wanted me to do shoe oomec and I'm bavin' a hall. That loves
a benefit, and a friend wanted to I'm not Flaky Lee to the kids. Because it must...
borrow $100 until Flag Day." I'm this littlet gy who lisps Just -Frances Rodman
Mei te the kids do." .
SAmr .is t th o HEAR IT NOW: Ethel Smith's From Emily's ettakit col'rnm
BoHS Dra ma MUSIC local concert in March will be a "Dear Mrs. Post: My fiance's
ht o a Dr am a "Music8preview" of a TV format for age mother has written me and signed
Depts. To Present cies and networks. her very friendly note: 'Jack's
Dept. ToPreen-- Mother.' I want to answer this but
DIu. A& I Steve Allen's first book. "Steven the several times I've sat down to'
Plays At Diablo' Allen's Bop Fables," rolls off the write I can't get off to a start be.
presses late this month. Dick cause I, don't know what to call
"Americana" is the theme of a Crane, star of the "Space Ran- her. 'Mother' seems unnatural and
program to be given at the Diabio gers" series, is playing straight a bit premature and 'Dear Mrs
Theater on March 1 and 2 at 8 roles now that a halt has been Brown' may (to her) sound stiff
p.m. called to the science-fiction films. after she signed her letter as she
Consisting of an operetta and Plays a pfess agent in in upcom-, did. Will you tell me what to do?"
a one-act play, it is being produc- ing "My Little Margie" show. Emily replied: "You might write
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partments of Balboa High School. There's been no drum 1
The play, "Londonderry Air," about it in Hollywood or
was written by Rachel Field, and New York offices of network:
Dlctures rural America during the Movietown's major studio
last century. much more receptive these
"Down in the Valley," a mod- to the prospects of opening
ern folk opera, has music by the feature film vaults with a:
German composer Kurt Well. Th- station to TV to "take your
scene is laid 0n the south of the Predicts an insider: "It
U.S. happen within two years."


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chestra. completingg his tour of duty soon. BUDAPEST, Feb. 21 (UP) -'
The .queen and .her court will -- garian newspapers public h e d ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Feb. 21
arrive It spectacular fashion at On Friday. Mr. Cleugh was al- a one-sentence statement on their (UP)-A 15-man team battled sub.
10 p.m. and keep up their conta- so the honor guest at a luncheon front pages today confirmpin that )zro weather today in the grim
gous gaiety ul the "Burial of given by the Amb a s a a d o rador of Premier Imre agy is suering task of removing the bodies of 16
the Fist' at' dawn. The burial Is Prance and Mrs. Lionel Vasse. from coronary thrombosis, persons from the wreckage of an
a nrock funeral ceremony which The statement was signed by airliner which plowed into a rocky
marks the end of Carnival for an- Ecuador Ambassador Dr. Iztvan Rusznsak president of crag 15 miles east of here Satur-
other year. Fetes Costa Ricaleas *he Hungarian Academv if Scienc- cay.
-- The Ambassador of Ecuador es, and Dr. Mihall Foldl, one Authorities said call had gone
Naval Officers' Wives and Mrs. Hugo Moncayo enter- cf the county's leading physicians. out for pack mules to bring down
Luncheon and Meetng tainted with a despedida honoring The Hungarian premier has been the bodies of the dead.
Mrs. J. Edward GI b presided the former Ambassador of Costa'L since the be of Feb. The ground party scaled 500
at the luncheon-meeting of the Rica and Mrs. Jorge Loalza. Iuary, thMe amo cement said but foot needle peak shortly before
Coco Solo Naval Officers' Wives Is on his way to recovery. e is dusk yesterday and radioed state
Club held at the Officers' Club on Dentists Honor expetedto return to wor at the police that there were no S
Friday. Clever red and white dec- Dr. Lynch beining of April. survivors. Fragments of bo
tt nations carried out a Washing- Qbserving the 25th anniversary observers in Budapest believe %ere found scattered around the
ton's Brthday theme. of the Canal Zone Dental Associta-that the announcement signed by wrecked plane.
The hostesses for the luncheon tion, members entertained Satur- two such eminent medical men The airliner had left Albuquer.
were Mrs. Jmes E. Bult and day with a dinner at the Army will do much- to clarify tiw situa. que on a 20-minute flight to San-'
Mrs. James Phifer. and Navy Club honoring their tia and dispel rumours about po. ta Fe from where it was to have
New arrivals welcop.ed and at president, Dr. Daniel Lynch. litical dissent in the Hungaran departed for Baltimore.
produced were: Mrs. Jmes () government. But minutes after the takeoff in
Donel, Mrs. William Den ho lm, Off For InteRior There had been some specula- a blinding snowstorm, the plane
and Mrs. William Hughes. Fare-1 Mr. and Mrs.-Luls Martint tion that Nagy would son be re-. jammed into the jagged southern
wells were said to Mrs. Charles have left for their country home moved from office. These rumors. Rocky Mountain peak which juts
DeArmond. who leaves shortly for Lt Cerro Punta for a Carnival Bdapest observers said. would out, about 8,700 feet above sea lev.
Hawaii. Vacation. now be spike el el
Guests included: Mrs. JI .- The Hungarian premier made
Johnson's guest, Mrs. Strai;; Mrs. Phi Delta theta his last publi appearance at a
John Andrews i, r. Ra Fratenalty Plans maetig, of agriltural cooper.
nier and .Mrs. Motta; M3 R. A. Founders alnquet /ves on January 2. Since i -
IHilbert's, Mrs. Evans; and Mrs Members of the Phi Delta The ness has been absent from two
. H. Smrlckls,';Mrs. mCoirmin k ta Fraternity from all parts of laportft public Hungarian func- | lEi- D
and Mrs. Clark. -: e Isthmus are planning a tionl.
An embrolder-lin in undrs' Day Dinner on Ma.rch On feb. he- did not attend the W N ES D
cloth wa raffled off and won by 15 at a location to be decided on wnae1of minister of healthFer.r
Mrs. Paul B. Cliffprd. later. ee. ~soldos ana an Feb. 1 he
Mrs.Any member of the -year- did attend aelebration mark.
Shares AaboUwne old fraternity who would like to i tent ann versary of Bu.
Bith of Se attend the dinner Is Invited to m, a Wa
Master Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas telephone Lt. Col Walter B. Me- I .
L. Sharpe annousnce the birthofKenzie at Quarry Heights 4241.
a son last Wednesday. Kenal at Quarrm Henehtsn4241.
Mrs. Sharpe s theformer Miss ... n aperha .*. tee sioed their
C.lga Dolly Even who grew up, The annual picnic 01 'the rlks to Jut ter bdwo* Tere
CLi the Canai-Zone andU vedfor jodge 1.41 will be hod toolor-lare manM nstandea n O own.
years In Pedro Miguel. row at the Eks Home in Brazos, er have disc&red on removing
The baby's maternal grandpar- Heights. Free lunch will be serv- wall pane that it ha been on
cents are Mr and Mrs. G. H e- ed to members. Games and pony the wall 100 years or more.



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radio with new Garrand record A duty paid car. One owner, gent for. details. Cottages. Modern conveniences,
A New Asmaing Natural changer, 60 cycle, $150.00; owned by Bob Groham.' Cn be moderate rates. Phone Gomboa
Waste Destroyer. Kills Youth bed frame, matching vani- seen at 5508-B Haines Street, FABRICS renovated. Keep your' 44h 1
Odors and educes Mass ty dresser and bench, $35.00; Diablo Heights, from 8 a.m. to clothes new looking having them
at Low Cost. Money Back Frigidire, 9-foot, $125.00. 11 a.m. dry cleaned by Tropical Clean- FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
Guarantee of Satisfaction. Qtrs. No. 2320, Contractor's. ers ViarEspafiat830, Tel. 3 i t Santa Clara. Low rates.
SN Area, Curundu. Tel. 83-2109. FOR0SAL)E:-939 Ln Con- 087). Branch, 24th St. East and Phone Balboa 1866. Except n rare instances, there "It Is saf to say that the As another procedure in 1
OVvertible has late model Ford en-
FOREO. F. NOVEY, INC. -- SALE:-3-dor mverible has lote model Ford en- CentralAve. Tel. 346 Is no good reason why today's small children growing up herein to assure good dental heal
9 Central Ave. wFOR SALE:-, -door mahogany 5253ne. Duty pad.OR RENT children should not grow up in today will reach adulthood with Dr. Lych recommended the
TeL 3-0140 wardrobe, 2-door mahogany 5253. sound dental health, the prei- far less dental disease than has parents be cautious about gvln
I. wardrobeb. Both almost new, spe- FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4- U It ff i dent of the American Dental As- afflicted their parents a nd their children sweets, partncu.
cial price. Calle 40 Este 2-80, door Sedan Deluxe. Very good sociation saidhere lastweek. grandparents," he said. "That larly between meals.
-Apt. 4. Tel. 3-1HA N38DUNN 38/ S"g r" D a d"res te 25
SApt. 4. Tel. 3-10. condition. 759-C Barnebey St., FOR RE.Danielr.Lynch, of Wash- a srr prospect." "It h been etbal.
HARNET & DUNN FOR SALE:-1 dinette set of Balboa 2-4413. ing, irdng room, two bd- anniversary celebraon of the Dr. Lynch reported that 20,- foods are the greatest
red formica t:p table and 4 red ooms maid's room,.) Troa s sth-
00 ANCSTUDIOrmicaover ta andchrmi Highway-mile 8Panama Canal Zone Dental 8o- 200,000 persons throughout the em of dental health" Dr. Lne
HOTIL L DANi A, SUITI! I1l stic covered choirs chrome FOR SALE 2-1078, Roberto A. Benedetti. city at the Army and Navy Club United states are now served sail.
o ? 0 p 'O.F.mRSAALE :s-rF-toeriiaie s .o. d submitted. .. .. F O edat Fort Am dor. routinely by by the procedure "Because dental decay is chlef-
r. write orm and mailed to FO NT: Chalet, 3 bed Joining with the Panama Ca- while an additional 3,500,000 per- ly a disease of childhood and
FOR SALE.--8-foot Frigidoire, 'written form and miled toone ere bed-
in ....... 9 excellent running condition, eal Estate thebo numbers isteddalyin "o rooms, 2 baths, dining, living- nal Zone Dental Society for the sons live in areas with ,water adolescence, the problem of too
Poinianamninspples.haafoaeda-6nes8nd Omuhchswlsweet becomesupartaroo
Aer 5 r...... i$70.00. Gorrord R-6-80 record p oa to e. e1^hi, ere oom, garage, large yard, good observance was the Panamanian suppes that for generations much sweets becomes particular
changer, $60.00. Both 25 cycle. FOR SALE:-Farm 15 miles from ee t can ota. Nt. neighborhood. Tel 3-0771 Dental Society. have contained fluorides in de-ly mportnt for our children,
Two 14-inch sidewalk bicycles, capital, 6 hectares plane, with p Life memberships were given irable amounts,sa
.... Tw 14-inch sidewlkbcycles, two floor wooden chalet, well, F R RENTto Dr. fonse de a Torre of
I 's not true to sy "we did every- $12.00 each. R-6-C Rousseau. fruit trees, fence, river, gowe ll ml Mles Club R NT to Dr. Alfonse de la Torre of
tblog possible" !ulesschiropraetic 25-3119. r rir ood e e l Panama and to Drs. 1o1tm
wan ieesb ncluded.s el opictle 25-3119. road. Phone 3-4692. Meets Tonight antnd rir o t
The monthly meeting of te Apartents Grant and Vern Prierof the Ca-
LNK A K FOR SALE:-Crib, highchair, re- Themeeting of the Apartents nalZone, for their untiring ef-
frigerator. stove, Loundromat FOR SALE: House and or ilma Miles Navy Wives' Club, A Nforts n behalf of better dens-
washer, 60 cycle. Telephone u-r illbe held at the Community G Just b I try, and fo their special part
S A. Mi. ORILAC washer. rundu 860 cycle. Telephone Cu- lot Chilibre Transisthmion Hig House of the 15th Naval Dstct, i od rnshedaatetry, foundinor their speciDental Society in
Ped Aee TeL way, I$40.00. MDon Estm7 at 7:30 p.m.. bermsm, hotcold water. Tel.
(1 block Thtrelt FOR SALE:-Kenmore, cabinet Tel. 4167. m Pan. norar memership w ROOMS FOR RENT
type electric sewing machine All wives and members of Noa. d An honorary, eErh w
with attachments, $95.00. Orlval and Marine personnel are cor- FOR' RENT:-Furmished and un- presented to Dr. Lynch, who
ginol 1953 cost $209.00. Al- FOR SALE dially invited. Refreshments will furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart- said:
r .D N T I ST .0.0. Ai :FORtSALE .ContactAlhambra Art. "Dentistry has advanced BALBOA Y M.C A, U
brook 6178 Qrts. 327-A.be served after the meeting. Mrs. meits. Contact Alhatbra Apart- "Dentistry has a d vanc ed
r.Motorcyclebrook 6178 Qrtss 327-A. e r re t s menIts, 10th Street. Phone 1386. markedly in the brief 25 years C SO
; Breo FOR SALE:-Westinghouse re- arrange to have as t h t Colon of our society's exstenc, he Available to Mitar U. Qualified
a frigerator,. .25 cycle.'porcelain guest speakers, Mrs Oiveg told the anniversary partici- Available to Military or U.S. Rate uafid
rauive erl DOdeis frigerator, .25 cycle,' porcelain giest speakers, Mrs. 0 i v e r FOR RENT:--Furnished apart- pants.
"rbel Ave Getietn D*Ibox. Rugsi double spring and FOR SALE:-Triumph 4hunder- Childs, and Mrs. Anna Haskell, mert: 2 bedrooms, living room, "There are new treatment to live in the Canal Zone.
(Ifront e.ne-21aimattress, and other household bird motorcycle 8500 miles who will speak on their S e a diningrOom, orch, 2Biathrooms. rcedures nnew materialStment toewlivei
Telephone -011 articles. I576-A G 0vilon Road. Good condition. $375.00. Phone She hobbies Mrs. M a r rie 48th e 2Ba s rugs. m ta
(hi front Ancon School Playground) Balboa. 5-360. Bunch, President, presiding. r .tm t +h
__ _,_ ____ Ps dnpesdFOR RENT:-Nice and comfort- emphasis has shifted strongly to
r n A Atlantic Camera Club able apartment. 48 St., No. 23 prevention of disease.
S "Insure In AAAHas Program Tonight Apt. No. 2. "There is no good reason to-
S .Sure Inurance" ll I.CAy e S OUl teK The Atlantic Camera Club will OR Rday for a child to face the hith-
Sur -.'"- / #meet at 7:30 p.m. FOR RENT -Smoll apartments erto usual prospect Of losing /f/ "
I AG AENCIAS RIDGE The pro ram" Is of interest to in Mexico & Ecuador Avenue nearly five teeth from decay by A
i 'at p-o P na All A -- D both black-and-white .and color c"Aertina Apa r tment" J. the time he is 21, nor a mouth
f- ,N, 14i.26 IFol A iI m eIIrIAic ns 19811 divisions. ChOrmpseur. Tel. 2-2419, 6th badly crippled' with dental dis-
So. For All Americans By treet No. .Price $55.00 ease by the time he reaches
Sur :to 1: The club was fortunate in s. each. middle age."
tu rd Ke t)- t.- curing a tape recorder on filters 'OR RENT:-2 beroo aart- As one example of the strides *
NEW YORK, Feb. 21 (UP) the environment political free- from Mrs. Ruth Sage in Buffalo. ment, living-dining room, kitch- made in conquering dental dis-
S'Tru ck'V AFL President Geor ge Meaypre. dom." I nuded in this program are .15 both ease, Dr. Lynch pointed t., the
< dicted today that a Americans" Meany wrote the article b more mounted priat Ad a et of 16, Via Porr ~et No. "floridation o,4ubU w r sup-
S (Continued from Page 1) will be working.-a 30hour week by AFL and CIO leaders agreed on glass, slides w ich are discussed plies which he .esrlbed 's a aI
1980. F a merger of the two great labor n the tape. Questions and comn- FOR IINTi-2 c elr,-,t- tribute to' decades of cseltetlfie
the original case was filed. Meany, writing in Fortune Mag- organizations. He would head the ments from club members will. ment in Duplex House. Gre-* research' 'and "one of the great
0J3k *as 'also anmounmcedt' the azine, said labor's goals by that combined organization. L recorded and sent back, to end fenced-In yvrd. Call Cooper, public health measures of our
meeting that U.S. citizen em- year are m6re money, more lei. Meany said labor is beginning Mrs. Sage. Gemboo 6-206. time."
i loyes of other federal agencies sure, a. richer cultural life" a- to question the unilateral- right of He congratulated the residents
I athe e n are. wel believed through the giveand- management to set product 1 o n Esther Circle FOR RENT:-2-bedroom aport- of Colon and Panama' City and
to aintiff ar take. fcollectivebaraigg in standards and even to stipulate Me Topht ment iving-dining rom. two its suburbs as well as those of
iul Canal Zactionife. arlocon plant. of the Balboa baths,maid'sble foom, garage, the Canal Zone for being served


Sn.nwhile, the NwIfE has sent atee ot e pnt ill h laundry facilities. 44th St. No. Se by the program.
Loca l bank hecs tor mao mh,,'uxnaary wtghold ttheir uor
l bnk checks r money ofthe Local, and two pat 32, Apt. 4 Bella Vistave. Telor Marth- Fletehe, formr tu
S orders should be utilized in e .. set the conditions of work isea 7-D Tv e S. at 7:30





Ial a Mrs.... .raa bnselete s.
rde r to h urld bell th parli ci n t recognize l ea stepts h ese tate odIt s oftor k I s h deau, 791-D Tavernilla St *St. a t : 0815. ------


wtr a' e ipt ,on aod th o bP ary wat been he t bken-byttheF challenge t ipnt oreMerlh Ris Bertha Hi FOR RENTllier I-- to- FOR RENT: Moderni, veied oenn ite t Tr
withadoyre Veteransd Ahuldlbe1 add. But this point of1w is hit's co-hostess, and Mrs. PhiltrHeand
m Anperso ns wishing to jo o gt veterans izariou s by 190 lit will have disappeared 'gram. Guests are welcome. I nue. e a
W, may. send their $5 fee to Mrsnaof tsev.nteanSeorganizaton-to-e cei A. R"
SPearce, Boir 118, Pedro p l not ch ano sorie nt i. egi riding increased use eegio Auxiliary FOR RENT:-Furnished oart.
Migel, Canal Zone. h publi nt hat other bo ti machinery eMeUan d et Wdnesda ment suitable for two Couples eor
; anw ."id t N h snit No. 1.American Legion with two outside doors, See nWU


ie tllwn ea al o n e iurtherI n believe therat such eseare ocial costs that i vemendus- l
h oe n thodaelt suoh e Wterose t to ar node" toAuxialoary will hold their Execu- Janitor at 63 4th July Ave. or Martha Fletchet, former .tu-





Zone .n abornng e yitain dMnes if d onrovery wih has weaken- f industry fails to do so. nmeet Thursday morning at 9:30 he rbo 296. dent the Cana ,on s eoo
e tos .ittietoan seao d hatt he 's a le pm bo Ro, Bos Nolh and now a resident of Parrott
St I i for t utualnIn-, mannti ans ho nu oran Thismeans inthe Ioimmediate -B. home of Mrs. Marie Ben FOR REN iGeorgiahas been selected as tl e


trgh deo ahne l gn actions mse n t cense, the establishment of sever- nett, Secretary. FOR ENT annual "Good tize t Terrellub
tot-l wshedirstnsdn tn with the onm an lte of ix ay' re btr ig hour o apartment $75.00. H igh School where she ies a
uta of thoganterfol wsJ athrughhizatione of whor- schedules., e r the meeting. $ter. Long terms. 48 Streetir t Ir



are, t r eieatr fows e further believe that such Th ese are sciail costs that Indus-'ON rani irm igh. 3 lembter of theds auhe cMun
S16tlalW Canal Zonel Fl ehtc e s s- i. ... he l pe d nt solte fi M
.......n mubi. No. dia8.ay shipI- nUII~t tL^S he~A disri nct and nd ina C ongre should agre to




ploy"" t ,n or uhetylll2. e,, o avegmtore Senore Der to s t arrettnwiT revie- -h R-vi bwSGro upmheraprbrty
Locl 9r be un nly onj.ects which are. T re notie tosd the westing. of Mheets aThund e byiR e dra cn du mean doMrJhFe fo caherd ,a or
.' Loa 595 has i Presid on anoe t bet our sgig n u a 1r- bon e e et. Dlniou ,,.. esi n g, ithen, luen or'f at erre- he
h t o e t io contrary to the objectives o and source and to av ouhe o r of oo corn ient. D sittig, ka iten, eo. er ary of G wa ma e by ue.
S a tgt s fors ld v o be aspirations of any member body.n govern ent to bear these costs Canal Zone e Clu will rindentR si c eu o ne 'rot ehad suaen bofthe
Z nlansalong certain ies If LE GAle unityeofTmn Deanr a sI at ith l s ordn waet A ri & m ae o oof the .American Rev-PAL A s r
,'Si nwere sng, apoa.deond etno a weed oe c ea an ano organ- he loe r .......e.hal. m. ath .h FRe NT bedrom a.- o ee o e e tionibaed on ,----+ --- Ieie or nc
Sro sthiron k ain hn emphass should ress for reduction of hours. Van Zandt, rters r544. A Cu ment, maid's room, hot water outstanding qualitie bs of leader-
bi king, Canal Zone wide, of all'W b ace oes c ad Through ashorttened hours, worke du Heights. her d Cb N. pl in and.e otion.
amr ad- veterans'' ih..... we can stand strongly rot :only have moreleisurebut Mrs. H. Starrett wi eview e 3





Ou to r gotncom- OUnited, Canal Zone THie. eare able toth wc "Whales and M en aby..t H A TI Sadd, bs -P o pelage y
ae"Details, of organization and We bav setour sights on a 30. ertson. h. l Miss Fletcher is presideInt of
r pr sati nse l or anCingecan Well be left for a hour week By 190 thaigt should be Mrs: ,J M. Thomson is co-host. AllLo us rLookN d he sen or c atel Hih
Soure org ation r an meeting of delegates. I n the easJily attainable for all Amen- ess. e elr a Td a tmivi atien t hiy los-e
S definitepros and rea n eanme, ou. delegates owillc c T Oe seryd.ch activ ia tie m a tnwIho- PU4-e-






to nd act Independen. To ome contacts form Y our 19, util relg tded the u were dog the the moke and


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n t teroncanlad, but may they will.....nInearwrk3odarntlath ay .. _.Broker
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Mfale meatInyor Go Iereevery ont8 2,', ed tote T of directors of i s ca to a so nscretar y nlee nClub
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b neatrly di33laper- uce NOTICE n i~es" but I do not l.thaBin eadsano. folowing a.i IBass clarinetist soloist, first inb PALL MALL'S superb
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ma e th" i ir. D"_,'t..f.h.. Tuesday No Gme
nBumbe 24 Wteam, pow include t post-haSaoentourene o tnte won eth P an At-esseHnW^lIJP akly handl Vualeanlzadb to capture the major portion of the $1,500 Thursday No Game man 1; Strike outa by' 4s
on jr-% with teeanditon-t Here's Uu N.CiA.A. hte in SAS and the xnaJ* a alc at the Juan 1raWio racS tras yesterday. Guillermo Sanchez rode the Frday Macaws vs. Pumas Baundera I; Durte 3;. pftin
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or ahe State, new!y6e now: Idbh6- Steite 'M e 'champaou of e th ,ThJL am Jr. had thl leg on vmtitat)sado. A length-and-one-half further. Saturday Fastlich All Stars Hits off NuA for 2 a.
champion The rival National and San PnUlce notnt byrapttin.' Conejos (7:00 p.m. Balboa 2 ., "e -S f i,
invittiton Tournament, adein. And the N.L.T,: Holy Croem, He lb *r gt / Stadium lala Igi;tnan a ftor I2
defend chapon Holy Cros, Mahattan. n, ya by the 1 O tes Ocelots Take Top Itung In i : Hit by ptr
S, X l.. f ..t..t. i thboe eian thee Nue and Bateman. each hem-. Pased blq: Tuea s;
Nooth Carainat.4trta the Trie JT. h Anounced tat Tng t prlfet .andHB be. FI C SS W7 'I' iniwth two and three men ni0g pitcher Nu I3S




week's n tlesomrow it, remanfar .our teams wll be te." 4_ -. on, w.a the cause of J. Durtee a I pitcher J. Durfee ('4);

th 'u ask inefe e a o tiredd" he remarked. reeue
Ain by^.. .O .n I-. T S --r esday si N hN ol w i.rh e.t:. .




As late0 Ins, tex' bitsnia fnihies linal ase aacw 1
Other leafe raield that could TalsgDe Paslto, tM ttle and T "i. s t sCl ele bst way O i to 5 trouncing and kept their na; By;I ;sM
, num e-t. ebe -4 ielueL e-.sruheIvyasChitia". to I=t my amt.Ar st.an.dinU weekly harincee, nVulcanizado'e n e to et up, THIRD or ACE $i,5te clean for the huacooN haif. NoGa





SBid Ten, SOuthwest. ik~ylintya Seven of theme teams are In- onee add 1i alJl I deO wnt to"aow an ujiedlBtsble performer, a time to .wi the $1,5009-one- i-gka (excluded tram bettingg'.'Nufie was the victor while .
would earn an M.CA.A. tourney go to the N.I.Ton f U they raec an amateur and trylne Lor come-with the genefit p1 a ood ride val Classic by head at the 3-Bull Plea $4.60. 2.20. feat. .____________
1erth automatically, but the At-ed to win thett conference ,k after ear, t by tohlu nanh, r aad- Juan Franyeo race track. 4-Naranjazo e2.20. The box Fray-acaws vs. um ; '






S in the. 0- ard, 50-meter, 100- o le-and-one-half lenftAs in Flea) $3.4. Morris 2 ....... 3 2 0 1 3 AT A y
Of yard and 0-meter sprints, and 1 fo of Bkemet, which was FOURTH RAC Engelke it ...... 0 2 .0 Saturday
e 3 -yard edley relay. In turn neck ahead o mutueon $14.80, 7.20, 10.20. Duos If ....... 1 0 0 0 1:30 :1
R' dewe o t^t ^ u^ ou r^^^ wm .--i----- -- HH' favor G-aPentae. .. -rry Sap-,2-Lotera $..20, 4.8dsi0. iMcGrief .rs ...... 2 2G 0 r2 -2 pnR ^lS





champion. The rivalNational a ndr TBannshir TuAr .^f.*o'10-- "-f0. Ytmn.... 3 3 1116 1 LE IN pH.
n To1rn mentr.tJreaiHoll. me ........p lb.....f4 a 3 2 0






ht I h1e O i ol hn dhot to the front at the L inT RACE Thompon, lb, 3b 3 0 Sr t 0t
t.eyrra ni, ght when thw^ nla ye the P es,.lva L- I.-ed.break, closely fote dow ti De-r-Don W-nde $19.60, 6, 2.20. Tbbs cf ......... 1 0 0 2r n e:.RM.
tftlt ^he firstt halefe.he, 4----yant-- 1,br--hr N OmotaB Clu, and -S.ren3 .30. 2.0. Schoch, rf ....... 2 0 0 i LAMAS
e !P&..a.a V, 1a-reerat''t hisdisp, therbet re .H e' lakemere t inaf trder. Mea-. 3-Orandq ,i.2.40. astal. b ......... 1 1 0 0 .nea 4
oe t ]^d the. w ^ee re..e ...... Amltlmr r si Ng "slmtn. 31 (UP) while.Dix'preI t0alled 8eXTH BACE x-Crook .......... 1 9t0 0s0 RoONDA d
No Cnn owrhnd at the Na- With g our tleonfrt, San-Red Rhmer :, ., Sander, ....... 0 0 0 .0 LEMNG,
Sb te nanein P rson e hl of em ampionships: naot mare and she responded no-3-Matrah $5. Totals 21'12 e5 7 r L
She Faotlth League selected thae -rfe hurdles Harrson by. Dhlprace taWted pai Macasw TREASURE OF
e'opp aiemfof theiO.ltutooeTun- tcAnheIoaannaer at to han- la horse O y one nd was al- SEVENTH RACE Trp If 2 AMAZN
Sdie the. Star team this at- 60-yar1 das1-rbes Ha.nes of ready third inginu ito the ?-clepsydra $16. 7.4. Reiss rf .........
theday nigit when then nay the penmsylvania--(x-BWR homestretch. Shecontiddto2-MyDear$8,z4.40, J. Durfee, p, eb .. 2 I n .0 1 In Technicolor I
Sinor thea first half, the 00-yard run-Charles Jnknsour t on down the entire 3-roud earl $.60. itman ..........2 0 2 1
njst aVemoary .le-dovn a Srn et'e a ranYk l-phbe s ropa "use ton e-ileSakeesTo: 5I.20. Chlse .ad Isor ne:







= =;.lTheAllstar lne-up, ha&s't 1,000-yaetd run-Arnold Dowel], np the htilli trongVulcanisado EIGTH BACE T. Durfee ...... 2 0 0 4 0 Encento TodMy .35, .
a ls been selected yet but frn all ittbur (EWR. byhead -Goder $.20. .30.20. Wahburn, b.. 1 Elizabeth Taylorfrbasy-s5ru grb
b the aItyataslrdin players thast can One-mue rin-Wes ante, Duiprlocesi returned op10.20 2-RegafBla s S3. 3.. 0Hitchcock. b ... 1 0 0 l Ta"lor -h-
Borde. o f tes lFebe placed at his disposno l, there Araed or es and .sawrence, edml T eng of third cnthoice a in 3-Bradmn $2.40. Days, 2b .3.....w.e.. 2 1 1 2 "IVAwIt"
Scan thbe no doubt that a fin me --(MR. A the.a conestants, In m: s .A corris,. b ., 1 1 0 0
will be played. nd00-meter ee-mile run-Horac Ah cept dvoshir were TH RACEn If Per Ane....
Although the Conet s have enelter New York A.C.(X). vinln, backed The one-two -Dixiprcas $10.20,-. ) 4 Totals *I.. 7 31a 4 "TORY O THRE O
dropped their last wo mes. ne-mile relay-Morgan State. (Dxprce-Vcaao pa 2-Vulcanzdo .0, ..80. x-Crook fied out for Stah in
theii Managng stapfeels it. Is wo-maerlAy-SyracuS a juicy $47.20. 3-Blakemere $3.80. 4th c 3 3 23
BJust a temporary let-down after Sprint eley-New York Plo. The sub-Tsture, i one-mile One-Twoo : (.id0. .--- IDA L 'Td y -. 30
...Ca Et firt half. The eel r Club"team. aop for class. A" Imrtd TENTH l ACE Ocelot ... 0 0 1 -12 on in







th th k the ne-mile walkHry k, horsthe front at -Ath a .20.0. M, -5 CaB 0qeoyr?
Smore ethan pak New York-( ). speedy At ows. The $d Monblt- -Mln Eoad $2.60. ,. br........ 1
Wao theA tar er 35-pund iacku, rs T charr quickly out-, LEVENTH RACE Erros: Ocelht1-4 0Tho n







,at the k sprinted AlorminaI opened a t hconcesL r d.40. 2.80. -, 3. Bateman ) Maaders, p ...... D ODE
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S, PANAMA, P., MONDAT,.FEBRUARY SIt. Z..


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As Freak Weather Sweeps Globe
SLONDON Feb. 21 (UP)- The Last word from the pilot came led to the weather in the storm. braska missing were re ae
Sgrip of winter fell on Britain about 2 p.m .yesterday when he and adjacent areas, and 16 more workers trylag to Ieali ewhS
*ain today as freezing cold and reported ice forming on the plane's itersons were killed in P Nre w Pierre. S. D., became a
isking bdlzzards fodowed the rings and that he would have to Mexico plane crash. Another mis- no man's land as a 13-inch sneW
Sort snowfall for eight years. crash land Ip the sea. Sng plant at New Orleans car- fall was whipped into 15ao0
At least five persons were In the U.S. th worst blizzard. ried three persons, rifts by winds clocked up to
nsowm to, havs died h Britain since 145 aishe at the upper Ten persons. Including ffve chil- miles an hour. .
M f Cthe weekqald isalin Austria Midwest with 73-'n'fe-en-h on r dren, were rescued from an auto Visibility .fell to zero at ,PW
ehdrs are milsoAg -eltd fury tods whipping up monut- stalled in drifts all n'cht in Ne. all church services were ea e l
SpM e through led- aluous sno wdrifts and trapping braska, and 10 motorists were res. and virtually no one moved Inthe,
1a4 t sedl the od In more travelers. c':ed from an isolated farm house storm. Drifts reached half w#a u
yeowl5 and at the e- The bi blow rose to new heights near Cheyenne, Wyo. thbp front doors of m'ny homes,.
t Menton on the French as t tore northward through parts But six other persons were Pterre caught the brunt of th
I vlian a 7Tmear.od .man was of Nebraska. South Dakota. Min. missing in Nebraska and at least blizzard Heavy, blowing pow br-.
4wept away by a huge wave resota aid North Dakota en route five towns were jammed with Fan to drift roads in wet ,MW
Aich enquired the uromepade. to anada. I mtorists unaable to moye in the reOotR and east anld central Nwrth
oyal Air Force nplanet an d At least 25 deaths were attrib- towering drifts. Four of the Ne Dakota as the storm advance.
o snoploughs comb ed to ._____th-|_
food to isolated northern
and as blizzards wept across l
S lonel 6ors. Weather ex-
*ee thrry boat ihe 0 degrees of
p j t recorded at mi ouigt were
coldest reading for 0 years o
am -the automobile associat 10 n
announced to finding th at the
SS.aat spell is the worst since
S great freeze-up of 1947.
Heavy snowtallshlan_ .eed South- t
. and Western England tod ay
ma blizzards swept in from the
ot, weather men said the dirqc-
of the storm, which moved
from the south after starting
-r Qermany and France, appear-.
to have changed round and to
s Meanwhile in Tokyo, two J -.




p a sn ferry f boaas with 33 persons
ch lashed the La-t China sea 0



ar ie frcsaid the. .
tirry boat dori Us-. (NA T' oto)
-- hat he e to Congres and the Mf tusow tes d in four inMass., to start antltef r c o u-o
iare wth' I" 0 o u theio h epd xi robb old E. n te are.-(left to right): -I. aT
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is a l The Senate, e security Joseph R. earthy's hvstlgat- IQ I
ao Island to the Americ vtes t- .
0.01 of Okinawa.
bids and heav W ProbersI Su mo
'l~itwe Amerleas N v *

4g. -n ,fr sthfl.
theE xpl81tn .. 'Lying' To. C
se ah t -(UP) tha be lod -in the'triil 4tf.13 listed the rot in 1933 when hence
andg.matusow g before se awtrint comnmulst pVary became ctheira c
ar bases but could, tb-yqnatlptorsa today to leaders. s!
of weathef cnndithd e .[ln Iemeotn "We have Iox-Xely on the teti1- 0
that he lieo Congre and the Matusow testified In four In- monY of some former. commu- W
aoisrtp'** sel-proclaimed-d ex- vfstigations of the internal -se- 4
cannula 4curity subcommittee .n 1952. He
The Senate' Internal Security Joeph R. pcCarthy's i lvestl gatSoc-ial st SuppI
sub ommittpe Aubpensed Matu- Ing subconimittee and the House
h w sow for a -blicbe haring at 2 Un-Amerlean Activities Commit- A 0 -


i;tr Grace Bennett Orefte a
6f. f a well
n. ldied yeSeafol
sha operation in Geore
i Univeralty Hosult
D.C. She had bee
-A year,
-'r at the time of her
her hu banL Dn.rld
Bueno Ares, an her
.Wsi. Dora. Benne o





ang ma My
e lti$, me ,a eo-edltor
g~tq 1 pe9 f'The Month


Awn in gen-


p.m. as Chairman1 James tee. A S!"GUf
aand pro ed to make a ..
"complete record f the tangled A former chairman of the Un-
case. American. Activities Committee,
Rep. Martin D(es (P-Tex.), PARIS, Feb. 21 (
Band Aid later witnetas strongly critlcled the conarea- Designate Edgar F
wltnaclude ATgus Cameron and lona committees last night for zs today to-te So
Albert E. kahn, publishers of hearing Matusow's original ted port before main
Matuaowa forthcoming. book, tiony. cision on whether to
'FSe Witness." cameroi, who cabinet and end.
invoked the Fifth Amendmeht ina .-es, in a filmed television in- o government ci
1953 when asked If he was a trview said the committees 0are- .Radiea
commtaist, was questioned n should have followed a rule a- foren minister in
secret last week. glatst accepting the testimony emne of Pteee]
Matu ow'4 appearance w a sof any wtea unless it was sa li he expted t
twice postponed while a federal backed by doumntarv evidence- wr -
grand ury in New. 'Yor quca- oe said the louse Un-Amer4 ~ s yr'
About his affidavits can ActiVitles Committee estab- a
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e beeks


-ls. 1%iml ephss will
oe tan.- yol kil b able t< take- advan-
A .. BE talo tel tax breaks for whit w MN

yeanwork o e u*ach eof te4 Primer r '
Cai NOT be an@.- 1rai di pner. U PS
aper or the Yola might we ask at -t<, his S
Soint: "Dol have to a return?"
e answer used to be "yes" .1t '
BH X f A. tUJLLENS y .vou had a taxable gross inoome.f ,
.of .the year It's a $6S08 or more This was true '
cnuset o ed look on rdless of your age or citidi.
J,.'sa face is due to a hip. jp
twome tax return.
ll hnple a tax re- e. new aw has made one fin
lat _d to e, terms like.po t change in the rules on -
ar., on," "Form W- ho must file r : eturn: '
-. ted.gross Income", An ladlvdual who was 65 or
r popping \up-to harass ever on Dec. 1, 164,. need not
taxpayer. file a return unless he has gross
y6u fie this yearilucome of 100 or more. I .& ... ,. .
um more compeH- Those of you under 65 must still
Because the forms file If your gross Income is $600 or _
S agoe some drastic more. And any of you who are '
chUpfr years. self-employed must file a return .
br ~nlea o Form 1o4A. which rdgairdles p1f our age if your net ..'...- .
e nu~ uWL unless your In-.carnings foro self employment
'. ls thin $5000, is now are $400 or more. This Is required
a card about three so your soolal security account
.. and. seven inches will be credited:properly. '.BD ARE SOME
Aer e card Is filled out,, Suppose you. had some Income
ein be run through a machine IMn .but not-enough to require
a t- ata suteally computes the fling a return. I any tax was *
a determifies whether the withheld from- your Income, you gVJsfl ilt
gets a bill or a refund.. should, f unmarried, fie a return .a'il J |llt
aS flertax retnrr. Form 1040 to obtain a refund of the tax with-
i, .o undergone quite a held. Many students whi worked
hzge. ,In previous year, the last only part, time In 1I54 and earned T
Sourth page of this return had less than $600 fall into this cate- e III OI
he tX table printed on it. This gory.
4.r, ,the tax table has been --
koed into the instruction parn- Wednasday: How to decide what


'In order to make room fo
*c new schedules.
.Thpse schedules are for tax.
payers clAin4ing the tax cuts on
ivadend pad retirement income
breaks wheih were added by the
Uge tax law passed by Congress
sat. summer.
any of the euages made In
he new tax law are designed t
imiuate Inetquitie o er unfair
reatment or, erFA taxplyorp.
JmfE teiy, *tdy :was,.o, awamys
ongii rm4ae ..*,heq ge is
km to h woveft- X f=i.out
TO. help you understand how to
n out your tar return this year,
Mie. Panama American is bringing
ou NEA's 14th annual Income
ax Primer,'


lAatusow


congress
lats to exoe the communbt
onpracy fn this ouWutt." Ie
aid. "On the other hand, We
now that some fornw.r camm-
iatWcannot be trusted."

orf Sought

Premiership
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'UP)-Premier- Pflimlin and Pinae bowld-ov-
aure, 44, turn- er by difficulties the fl two
ealisLs ltr sup- weeks of the crisa. ,
g a formal deo .
o try to form a f rae conferred a lon time
France's 171-dai night with M 4frra-a e
.s. stepped In last mlontha, to op
i Soc a.lst and a duel between aIr, and .mwtp
the fallen gov ~aM redltor Jea Jaegua Sern.
Mendes-France," ureber. He aU ca re with
o give his wal- Aany ex-politkal Ids.s -ad said
Bml Coty by to- iewas hopeful of ea s .
morning. .- ,-- ---...
ad wo n k
it ,Bth a aS
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uston Murder Pb


r form to use. ..OUSTON, Tex., Feb. 21 (UP) The Rev. .lrsarBh-
-Police Capt. Frank Murray saidM 'eae w S
toda. tidt handsome lay envae- led f
U. N. Accuses Reds afSagns. dan ,
1N something about the murder Voliee d
SAl tie _ofA L md~ile-aged Baptist. -pri. id a
Of Violating or'swido, has failed a. wd e
Store test.: sked- '
LAu" The preacher's widow was Mrs. This l hi
Korean Aer istce Lucille arles, 46, who was kill. thteat.olidal
r Tues y night n herhome. ar lots mi b
; PANMUNJOM, Fe b,21 (U rudeer ra s--e.
The United Nations officially dragid s''id ,. '
accused the Communists .todaybeo what uit so;e61 0aW 1 k
of violate the Koren armi- tyS, .woa u bl d -d n t
4-iS lte ha tnWoo North would tn
Korea attr the truce. sows bI not telling lo ptst _-
Sever thiI Xoif t he',.
The charge was made at a o" Us;partatet i ,
meeting of the military armistice cide d said.EyH
comm ieo by U A. eslie He n tewhat e aru it
D. Carter,osenior- d, -te, ntions BoUn-'. aske and he d110, tl were i 3
0 rter reminded the commu- not formally charge him. But he, evanellm.- .
n1a8 of tKe Feb. 5 inc rtdet when ordered him' sent hack to Jail af.-
g..roupsof miip attack&. US ,.ter the test- histhird.-No --a. so TWO No M. ?nv 1',
Air Fofce reconnalassancq B-45 nervous from earlier questioning In Dallas y. qua
let bomber and Its esdorting on the first and second tests thta Bolla. Thy were .a .. l *for
flight of Sabres over interns- h6 did not opletetheS.' a o "Jac
tional waters off North KCoresa But a Bible-toting friend lent wt supp to Ive Ugto
and cqJled th assault ynpro- him the composure to complete his Houston a .elk ago A ndtrodue.
voked" and "unwarranted." third test today. Bolin said he ed as a friend"
PThe Air Force Claimted ..tt knew hD woa spected of ldwln ,,Bolnld 1. didn't know any
Sabres shot, down two Mig-15s bars. QurIeas. bilt ho didif't do. it. Jack" 0 l S r -
lip the five-sminute battle that I didn't kill her and I d't .
*followed, the communists didnnoth re T ia her".u l .
confrs their losses, however:- amy w to km er-," u llliL
but merely accused the U.N. of ', sa. e was a_ s oa W
violating the truce generous wmas m I 't I. ,
vioi e truce. ma anyone waiting to kill f llMI
her. I w stuad to hear a- 4in P yp
l' HliaMl d S N.r,,- BoUn, au baptst eva"lit "' M' a
Iolst her aer
li fiaA moved to Dalas, Tx., from' ous. d pi.vua ,aNHw i
II. Tton last December. He was 39
WIk J SEATO' year-old wife and a ryear s= son SAN FRANCISCO,. :. ftT(UP)
in. Daluas. He also maintained a CaryL Chessman wo yaet aoth.
To (rel Arm friendship in Houston with shapely or chance ;o seape the gap chaepb.
Io V r i l I J Tressle Bandy 86, a bruanete who-e,' today when the U.S. Ninth cire
used to be a telephone operatoricuit court of appeals granted the
BANGKOK, Thailand Feb. 21 in Dallas. literary kidnaper-rapist a full hear-
(VP) Thal&ad today urged Bolln also remained friendly en- ea M .
the eiaht Southeast Asia Treaty ugh' with the late Mrs. Quarles 'he hearing order, signedd by
Organ ion (SEATO) nations to borrow $14,000 from her. He even of tht ine. a4 ,
Ito create a standing SEATO ar- and his wife In Dallas were. also will allow Chssman ,a W
my during this week's confer. remembered in Mrs. Quarles' will Hfrem e eSatre k ad
ence here ,'to halt increasing- she left a $35,000 to $50,000 personallv plea for.' t.o
ommtnis dcttly l' theao estate and were the beneflcia- 1he San v .debe
Asia. rnes of $5,000 insurance policy. 'has oeooled for seven
I Premier Phjbum ionaggram Miss Bandy told police that Bo- No date fr 'the as
* said Thlan d *ou support in was out with her until 2:30 a., 'peeled.. .
Sh. a. mtar foe created .n Wednesday. Police p hve her
SNorth At- e detector test, which s_ pas. Chessman's fifth e
It._ Tr.Fc ltBa NAon (A- sod, and let her go. But t..y stfl was postpoer, Jan. .e
Sfrce beld Bolin, whose wife I DA appelate comurft d, WO.
Th Ie -t press on, id she believes he is Bentjlim DentM. ruled : t
|fe9I 13 Sidij6aaon I i- a d will forgive film h fiend. mrobale ausp of Ofa.ei i
,iPM lb .m al He ship with Mls u Bandy.. convict's plea .
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a a tChina t !1 forgive him," the wife a.d. |autoblonalty. "C .
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