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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00663
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Ended at Dawn f s y

nivalfeivties ended at dawn W ith Dis IIent:
today after fot day of lack
lustre meiry and lImiteds
enthuyI a y V r Iy unlikeIKE
the usual splendor of previous ,,
"farn '
Yesterday, the last day of Car- / W3
nivYetrday, thea t day several WASHINGTON Feb. 23 (UP)-- President Elsenhower
blody incidentsIncluding one said teday the United States is ready to go di far as any.
mein whib.h a s 'a .n.br. in g| e world disarmament onef iron-cldl guarantees
the ba t e an- tomnobile are found* make sure all nation* are acting on good faith.
ehase from San ftalsco doe l' '.
Caleta to West 2 th Street. .PendinhK c guarantees, the cent developments which would
One wapian was stabbed toreident u de clear at, Ws permit him to ay whether
death inLasTablae and several s' coneene that ~e 'does chances for the fliers' freedom
ersons were Injured in several not faver recent proposals from as better or .oM
other 1i"den both in pnamai broad to ban HlWi btet. W eE$WST AW Mr. X-
City giSte Interior provinces. He said he6 4 .Ue ned to enhow 8 putn
FeA.GaaRand DImaS H. take wh-, h t ud titlee bits of tU ofh .e Wd the e

ausng Diato decide to get in- He acknod edged that .past always e rnatives
to hs pickup truck and drive history di t give the United 1mlnr a suJ whrt he ca1ed any.
s I h autoble and m II on dima- the Ai.ed a am enta. Ho
sfit u with him on the 2 ath mae Op .trongli hopes -rearmament
8treet, acal Bstcrity building lon Bs e United Statei agreements are defeated. HeI
where both have apartments. colul eial in Aisarm.- would not speculate on alterpa-
Gaitan is said to have pulled 'e. the PresiH tives.
an Italian-made elsto g and a-dhot d ent ii et. wo atat every-
DSIaa the back. Dias was taken things and go hit am ** *
to the hospital after poe ar- a else.
underwent an emergency lera- I^_ip of a"ffir prob-
l" -rticall ill tday. h United States i O iS P1
I-an. alo-di to" gi eS ee.- "olde ey ev ery
etg 5 ?pW A the Ist-'glph-p.-re-ma" .nt-
reet *M IS roni n "t h to arrange a e
reported to have-puleI MMst trh rb11t i0.In th aeO- O W
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received by Panama's Foreign, Minister Dr. Octavio Faarega on
their arrival at Tocumen airport this afternoon,..'
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The "second citizen of the United States"- Vice-Pr
dent Richard Mk Nixon received an enthusiastic welZc
at Tocumen Airport shortly after noon today. He told
gathering he was bringing the "warm good'wishes of Pr
dent Eisenhower and all of the American people to thep
pie of Panama."

The young Vice President, accompanied by his wife
and a party of officials, arrived on his three-day goodwill
tour of Panama smiling and refreshed.
He and Mrs. Nixon stood at attention after they left
the Columbine, which is President Eisenhower's personal
plane, while a 21-gun solute was fired.
Shortly afterward, a large crowd of spectators who
had waitd t for more than half an hour gave the Nixons
a hearty round of appluse.
Nixon, dressed conservatively in a dark blue suit,
made his first public address in Panama ever a local ra-
dio station minutes after he reviewed a .dtacment of
thM Nation1l' uoar tor. ing ffly aot flypaten t.
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atstan anna Ij wau e te
the loot Was recq gl j .d.. _
However, a&e nm r lsad dis-
trbutor rport O L BS bkd
of two radloswhe tlMives. bke
in some time,bOwees Sunday
night and Mond Mf g.
The Con Wal 1estes en-
Sd early tb* WmorSit as re-
velers d~aed In told,, beer
dr'ens "d hotels auti the
wr in.
SCrowd 'llnd. Central Ave. yes-
Sterday aftelaon to watch the
parade of revlers up and idown
Stheavenue,. .
-"owever, 0 ,ArowdaeAre
small in aonmai"Mon to ie..,er
elmrnce of "t r no" a E
preparation. *
On the CanIl A .ne where' Ie
Washigtoo simday ho
was hei ft sla g d] manU? Z



The thlef, wb
was reported U
Be and one s-
broke the glass
of the furniti
ed off one ot.-
filled with
trays, theBl, e
rit dishes ft
ed. Tbee! ei

a now in jail,
m intoxicated.
> -sa*iapllces
Ae front door
L' r ant

W-"py-, e Preaiden Ihve am sy rday "whhh wile lin-
wO1 notcomment* 2the po"_- chu sta to most of'the Nene
i. Outcome of these talks or Cmiube and many oMhe
disclose whnether- any new plans princlp lnstllations. Details
lare und er.wa.y. !4:h ,ot ;,...
aig underwa, r of these plans and the routes
-AMrmCAN ,FLIR T he which tbU travel were anntmnc-
President said the United tates fld todag Balboa Heights to
is doing everything possible to give all Amients an opportlty
try to free American fliers Jailed to. wave a greeting as. they $ies,
by Red China. He saild efforts in-..Particulajy If they are iub~e
uided the united Nations and to bear the Vice President IWhen
Me use of thi p .ar he speaks-from the rear platform
_e Unite States must inst of his speciaI train from salon
Ia usatsetteet h es aid. But to Bal.boa tomorrow afternon.
he sai tere h been no re- The. day!4 3bile: a4lvfti In

glow 1 lobm
ha.-win PUY at 0Un; t
galibew CW illf'. eho,
d.t Gamboa; and the BaS
boa NIgh School Band at Ba
boa Heightx station.
It has also been ,nnounc
that schools on the Atlantic si
will be closed early and Car
employes on that side who
services can be spared will be e
Cuaed from work to g to Gat
where the special traU makes
firstlop and the Vice Preside

1& 9 H tBtDOi T Id ,M CfWd th- 1 w9 1lreturn Od t V i*.",
' r.,,.n-mmteh, si..ll,, The Nixons flrt visit to Pan- paper correspondents Mand pho-
- Made at all three ..ons during am-wasm in 1941. toglraohers.
ie whicW Vice PresilUnt Nilxon an Nixon si only words In Epanish Many of the officials party
i-i members of hu arty will be vere dt "muy ,buenos diu" &Zana noew s -roup speak m anisa.
- .greeted by the p,. idnts .of. a me sie. en ml tropa, Cesa" Dri vin from the airport tothe
iicrCe ifolmherm rnpil r seo I b after he r .h officialyV welcomed El Panama, the Nixons will be
edl-the train r p of by Forein Minslater Octaviao Pa- lasialed In Me Presidential
d he an .Hbrag. u.ir e te, where thy are yh
Ide Mrs. Union wM spend miet .The short speech wa heard. est of the Panama govern.-
al cfhT.o ta J s tIn o. Through loud speakers through- meat.
- ll" "id i the H out the airport area, and brought After freshening up, the of-
lun President inspecting Mir- another round of applause from flcfal oarty will go to the Unit-
its pe pectators. ed States Embassy residences
in thfro h Loic.d m ia t rp Nlxon said: "My mission here where they will become ac- t
ont. throui Gariard Cut by tug is to bring to our' friends, the qualnted with Uted with United States per-
- The VLe p.Preident will be a pople 10of Panama the warm Rood sonnel on missilons in Panama,,
coMianled h Govtnor Seyd, w1 of President Eisenhower namely the Embassy ataff and t
ie .H oladsiant 'r and Ru 4 of the Ameican people. those of the United States In- J
Henfr tatd^ f o i^. nt r Am ric.n Our two countries, have always formation Service and the For-,
Affrai Ut.ed OSaO dAb a ben traditionally, good frlend, eign Operations Administration. N
Af f ir a.Unite s.Nae, ,o s ribut we all know that friendship The party will have luncheon.
to PNewbeloo, at ispin.artnt becomes stronger in times of there as- guests of Ambassador
icer Mr. Nixon will be acom-e d r. hapn
on ohe rin t ther. That is the ca me we At 4 Pi., the Nixon., the t
idr. S herbol oana Mr. loand y hare your rief over the death loiands and Newbeia n will s
J route o Ma s. ion troin te lte Presideti Rnema who i call n President and Mrs. Ri- o
andthetme os.teNparty ripsshe made such a magnificent Im- card Arias. The Cabinet is a
a ted to anms vaiot prtplsachesd pressing on his vrit Iln 1053 to exPeteed to be on hand.
iPhe pa wll leave ahlt te the United states" a Thereafter the Vic -President e
law She wl 45 m :ate 5t The Vice-President said he and Hollande will walk to the
SPanamaat 7:45 am. and go toas looking forward to meeting Cathedral here he -will be P -
the amiting office at oanras Presint Arias, and said this greeted by Archbishop Francis
utes later for a 45-mnu te vi wl be the first Chief of itiate Bckman,. and will drive to the S
toInspct the hospital and cht to whom he can say "toaYo" cemetery to lay a wreath on the
with patients o(namesake) lerave of the late President Jose
On leaving the hospital in -e, thanked the people who Antonio Remon. A
front of the Obstetrics Buildng welcomed him on his arrival d hIn the meantime, Mrs. Nixon
at 8:40 amll M rs. ixo awill drive said he was particularly app .rend Mrs. Holland will have left
to Palo aeco for a visit toi the dcative since this was Ais the party at the Preldencla and
ice presidns wifhe will drive to Wednesday. He said he wa look- will visit the uar drom infat

I IParalm to visit the new elemen- drivepast aei I_..al U atir
the Ancon :lmentarri there andt Mr to tin eopleand other institution i Paa
Then alo.m. for svelt inu valtti.n "au e ai. _mlife. o s by Panaea*mi ste

-rom ther, .hell o o Abo Amotp the n ememt.bers of L ater i n thee atenoonit tee
Thatcher Ferry over Balboa and Phaina's cabinett were on hand ladies will reJoin their has-
La Boca Roads to great the distingub. Holla hed visit- bands and pay a call n Mrs.
The party will arrive at Palo or d Ad top officials nd from the Ceilia el Pn Reon at her
Sewhehfur al45-nute lt a t Ca one. ncludinther thGovernor private home. t A
9:05 am. J. a. ftybold and U.S. Ambassa- A reception tendered by For- 1
They will return by Thatcher nor Chapin, whoife ntro- eign Minister and Mrs. Otavlo
Ferry and go tothe CanalZone ducedi e officials to the vis it- F g a will occupy the evening
Junior College for. a half hour Ord .l hours.
visit, going by La Boca, Road Tke vice-president's blond wife (Tomorrow's schedule Is built
Barneby Street, and Lawrence will stabecomingly dressedar chiefly es foround the Cnew one T
Johnson Place, arriving at the in. a yellow stlk-print frock ^wth Iand is set out elsewhere).
Junior College at 9:50 a.m.ht and he wre black shoes and
From the Junior College the b UA?5.A gay which flower on Friday at 8 ajm. tho Iye W
Vice President's wie will drive to t. whte competed arty will deart from A
Paralso to visit the new elemen- h t r'p eI m. a ir
tary school, :arriving there at o n&hMrs. Ntkpr, did ptuariqu They w91be n oa-t
10:40 a.m. for a 0-minut visit. speak en the ai.jW iat Qio ly Panama officilaXand
.From there, she will go Albook therowd and grated peoate be met at David yareOt- fae
Air Force Base where she joins w w.W ,am d muilcoal leaders. w
Vice: President Nlxn. and -tsi Tho w ixons were accompanied Drivg to the- farm -am ba
a--tr for a flight across the Istb. by eaty F. Holland. aNa't I around Boquete. they will visit a &
mus. Seotay of State ft I -tr coffee tinca and have lunchan
The Vice President' *srim- AAffairs. and Mrs. Ho8 at Hotel Panamonte. b
tag which ale begins at : ah neither the V10e- 1e party is due back at Al. th
&jn. wll be eqnaflt variedlt. Prnor his wife 5po brook around 2:1 p13.=. m.
.-, both the Hollands are At 4:408pm. the Vice-Praldent aC
He will, drive al Ga1llard VyUal. Ov* give a talk at the ---ing oa
Hig hwa frcfr tee
onain1m; a t and Mrs. I[~ a :n InformaIfi svise
amnimpuan y r. 4.B e on Central Avenne Just
nores Locks se B i berpreters a a MthhatreL I

of jhg 1eav4r
for bi

m drIca and t ha
The Vie kldent hm e
pressed opUtmm about
Pets for a U.S.-fotered ,j
pent of the seething d
tween the nelhorha c
ng with Costabics
ose Figuee last night.N
laid he would relay mieau"
resident Anastaslo o
solemn assurance" thant-
agua would promote no
her trouble along the bor
An Indication that -is
would be Luccessfa m inb
empts to allevIate the uit"a
yas seen yesterday by obg&

rcn he spoke O d

Asembty president G
erich Tl wecemng
he Chamber, saidthe
uPPOrta therecommen
he Organlaftwoh of
States that "aeroe
ban sanctlo.a ,s tp
ay to establishamny
what he r e rryju
Latement" ie s
states support
Mste, he aid 'nthing
portant for the m'ogrms
merleas then peae"
gie'ueres was informed or
ncs's aaiuanme at a
conference before meetnpw
*tey- with -21110v
'as prepared tbasmua|
iere would be wBfo pr
11 Nicar*Mau

rhother F*r
ervicr To6e
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__9 _IN So o4.0o B y V ICT O R R IE SE L _l y .ea e nao ls
1-ii HIH ON LM Reut h er is no longer a youn tr man pt 6 S N i a ln a
"Ini a hurry. joray memo frot se~et e
Fact is he found himself in a Its no 19 United fs. Sie it
M Ah L BX fit lla week and hbL his critiuesssc gel -ar ,Dat cn e McCfrt'y hrt1151I
with a 106-word-instead of a 106- planes In Japan, OrXawa, morea taxpayers' peas tem ,
SMaill Box is on* l forum for lenders of The PnamaAme ricn. page-atatenienL And a good -hu. Ueand u mo as la p g, w.ethr me thave an. ty of tc ir ea
ltaeceiired@rate uly I d handled in a wholly confidential more one, too. ,a .n .n d l together have can th b
aL frea, f'lag ttdheein Si.beria. rat ehy, va ifou t malsas
i For over week Reuther's cri- around uA es me aame li is entitleto know
It you contribute a lear don't be Imatipetla i It doesn't oppeer the lc, Mchael J. Quill, had the tern- I area, in those in Siberia. fortunately, various W e
A M y. Letters are pubilkhed in tkie lord re ilved. per of a rattlesnake witn a tooth. uriermore, toe iteas coTuld vetiators have nw k
I Please try to keep the 14ttors limited to *ne page length. ache. Shaking the mike instead of I bring in strong reinforcematl c out to be unt e, u d
S .e.NHo', of lete write i*eld in strictest enMidence. his h i1 illela g h at his Trans- rbotii 24 hours, wniie at wou; laUe dl _beate purveyors a_& a.
S ." wspopr .b es s responsibility for statements as opiliem port Workers Union's Ninth Bien. s two to three day to fy planes "Mr. Bukley,"
, !e hin letters from readers, nial Convention here, Mike threw A cross tne racliac. r'ianiy, Itu- memo, "Was dae rm tm
.. S-- o -- the book at Walter. And Reuther lian fighter planes are gmer sl Army Air For a
U.S. CONSTITUTION turned gently to another book and m U /llore wooera maan ours, Celrtlicate of D s
At; answered the rebel quietly with a we are ahead in strategic mbers. (hon or a b I e) or psychoe
I believe that. the Constitution of the United States of Amer- quote from the New lestament. ussia nas see. eCammg Ua s, mixed type. Sin ce then m n ha
It. l the greatest document ever written pertaining to the gov- Late in the week, Reuther tel. 'he has 20,000 combat planes. This received co sensation based up
ernin of any countryy or people. I also believe that Abraham phoned a CIO Union president in 'I nic ts /to prooat .att ragn. .tur aO0 percent p lrhl i
Linoln's Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863, which he New York on some routine bust- termore, Russia began building rss. The last ru xana n
delivered in exactly five minutes, was the most brilliant oration ness. When the Detrolt.New York r .. ther i' e rIbout wo ears befoe we ro th. VeteraI' Ad aie atati
Sever made by any man. connection was complete. the CIO ,--- u a, ae a nor nmer flee a re, was made o a .. and
These two articles appeal to me in this way because I am a official In New York heard Reuther k orted mpletely dnodera 1 2e d. based upon te dia ,t1,.Ihe edv
.Papamanian Negro; and if the Constitution of The United States chuckle: ur total cmou, air sung pensatlon rating was connued.
wvl adhered to by every American. one could imagine now "I hear there's a big wind blow.- .. tim' te at around 12J00 pianea.
pleMant it would be for a Panamanian Negro to work on the ing in New York.. e A 'I th is why Alexamir i B i* SICK LEAm#S
Canal Zone o, It's a sunny day," the puz- Severity, th e lapses aviayoar W
Mr. Lincoln's address may be termed as the creed of every zled fellow replied -d- wA o mean to prod American "W+,dle t Arnm, ra Juy
fair-minded American. Especially that part about "government .I don't mean the weather, I avia on "mi a"e(on urwig ana juat 3, 1t:, to May 1, 1 M, I e,
.by the people and for the people." If you should check, you mean Quill. I heir he's blowing." I .A eore the wr, Is now prodong ley was hospitalied ties
would notice that Mr. Lincoln did not say "shall not perish Walter said and laughed off c o : lgL vtF senators iegatoung S< periods ranging h rn seven to
from America" but did say "shall not perish from the eticism which would ive stung himW e ppali deflencie oaf the e U. twen vendn
earthw" Into bitter action not too long ago.e Service.PPAngd ton, reported lick onde inded to
It's high time that Americans on the Zone realize that when Then Reuther might well ha'e Imultaneously, Air Force com- (ne hundred ind. twenty times .
Someone says "the earth or the world,' he does not mean the ,own nto New York, nhd .manners nave oeen meeang in col. "Review of the Veteran Ad o.
Canal Zone or the United States of America exclusIvely. A platform, eyes flashing,h, re i ra s t remeyistratonile.the eo adds in
sivel^ Any d head urado Springs to, try to remedy sdds "In
S.eit zen who considers his country alone as the earth or the world. tilted, hge c adtng with his In" -'- epe ..e.ci.ncies. dicates thatMr. Jackley may aye
of absolutely no help to that country and should be kept ludrio t th Re ~tT ON F S made incorrect replies as 6 his
arome. a . shotn at hetR e"uter 1O RO-"A term of eflo)eut- 'c 0 .ner
I may be stepping on a few innocentt toes by my assertions, d sold out m dAFLCIO by "sbmr ... and as to his ea t n O In another
but if a man is innocent of any crime, then he has no cause to l", t in n'Ra mh refusrg ed AFLQuiO.s - e ..e Theonly r ht is gnnn to cas In the form 87 applie.t-o.
gotThemonlwthnnthehatwi going toaase in th, form auerppliuetol
Sget jumpy when the law comes around. trsena and terrethoned reusts stop Russia from attacking us De which he filed with the subSom.
In reference to the letter written by the crackpot who called a.dchallenge tiho speak from the s .ersky has advised senator, is mittee. . Photostai of
h O Amigo, wherein he said that a Panamanian truc- ran ort Wor ern convene eany -- a stra g a ir de a to reports of phypcal xamiaTIon.
Mear was anti-gringo because the fellow squawked through the or "Yet," he warns, "our own ef- and a memorandum the
ox about something of which he did not approve If ...the tIer self un s /oall A aa ort is been woefully eager, .y r
analI authorities ever found out who that truckdriver was, akin a long-range approach. He A.d 5 re gati O W y fort has been wlg o e ar pyolom are e erg obtained
he yquld be Immediately kicked off the Zone and branded aa a Mon who withinn the next y for our continental air da' The complete fi.le s ava.labe up.
,'In 7 tr 1'son-trnged. decade will have enormous influ. fn e a Ide in the new budget i on subpoena. ,
Soer words, if anyone but an American Is being pushed ne throughout the land-awd the / By BO RUARK utterly aladequate." Under the administration's .cci.
%mod dn the Zone he is supposed to keep his trap shut and world. He is a man who knows De-Seversky also warned sena-. rity standards, Buckley would b
take it. "If he hollers let, him go tiat, at 47 he has time to sweat o -- otsA that. while the Red Chinese considered a "security rik," Yet
I i k it's a very good idea for O.K. Amigo and people like t out i ht not be a to capture For- McCarthy wants to keep him on
h to destroy their copies of the Constitution of the Canal Zone aler Re there s aware at M ancient companion from therickbats for the last eight years speeches turned his stomach. This mosa, nevertheless their superior te government payroll to avestt
h tdstothrco sothe onstiutionofthCanaZone WalterRether is awarethatmos
(there nust be one by which they abide,. Then they should ge his first problem Is to make Hotel Elysee days in New York, or so. would have sala to in reporteririr power could Pund it to pieces, gate others, as he ha een doing
a copy of the Constitution of the United rates, read it, and learn fiends in th AF to calm their Mr. Paul Douglas, the soft-spoken I believe that Mr. Doulas's o record, but he wul hveTo stop such a bombardment the or the pt two ye
to be real good Americans. fears of his quickness to ake thespian, seems to have been dip. show closed for more than Paul's aid it on tne record it anybody w united States would be forced tol e at .. t y e .
Pro-Gringo blistering, militant speeches and ped in the deep fat of southern po p o f, sie not e v e n an 'adasked him. I have had a lot of retaliatory bombing of the Chinese NOTE-Buckley Ist the first
issue broad solutions for many anger and fried to a sizzling turn. actpr could e. conceited enough to Lealgs wt Ir. Douglas, an mainland, which t welead McCarthy gumaoe to a ed
PANIHMAIN.BUGLE ,questions. He realizes that he must Mr. Douglas spake out of line in treleve that his priceless pearls, while he has been accused oflto a general war. hs a "security risk." Two oth
Cartagena, Colombia. not ake too many problemsin Greensboro. N C., and nearly scattered in an interview, ha everytg trom arsn to bgmy, Red Chinese Air Force," McCarthy menDon Su and
S (EDITOR'S NOTE: Some two weeks ago the La Mont side the AFL. I kJcked off another civil war. muscles enough to close down a nobody ever accused him of not De Seversky has told senators, Tom Lavenl, were barred from
ohnandDor with thlr boys ussell and Heknows that in eight to 10 how. Mr. Douglas feels that his hs though in loudcould, b goin over the Sevent la d informal the
oh andrDontiaculpytohe AnLws e etn trey x od e rthev-seet-l-
^ qfn, let It be known they were embarking aboard a 'ears the 4FL leaders, most of \' Mr. Douglas, whom I encounter- producer, Paul Gregory, wasn't clear, nionest tone of complete Fleet and. parfally evading the Dep err
a nebulous craft for a voyage n sail to Cr whom range from 60 to 70 years ed oVer a saucer of ice cream the making as much money as he o on fleet' air cover, utterly destroy "eurity racks tis,
genaColombia, en route to points sout s) os age, must retire or slow down. t-her day, Is a little hurt. It seems thought the show deserved, was eore tey hang p on Doug- the pts ex-Ctmwinhyst Har.y aat-o
During all this time Reuther will that he is up before Equity for lored with It. and used.Paul Doug. 5i..i or closing a snow with his the nationalist stronghold The who worked or er now
ir: probably head the industrial un. slaying a road company version of las as e excuse to 'shutter themouth, it might beconsidered that mnace to Fr a i ot e that i was
The two-masted sailing rig I told you about over the phone ion section (Council of Industrial The Caine M u t I n y" by his thing. IthB n t Q h obetterc aft rhse Army, but the hinese Air fabricaio of I.
turned out to be a bucket with a tired diesel motor, and the sails organizations, retaining the CIO in Greensboro remarks which were Of this I dould't be knowing tory than before, mad Pa tt
consisted of the laundry hung out to dry. And did she roll. trials )of the new labor movement. widelyy circulated. Douglashut I do know how interviews art IL In with a rough The sland, therefore can be
one tenything for 54 hours. Lost allthe food supplies we will become the n w r. man who speaks his mind a twisted. In the Instance of the sn hen gr nyand o rntng onl eve ati Scot N ws
t Cartagena I ma nificent. If you ever want to slip away sativ voice, the country-wide and that the South was a land know what happened. Paul had Anthat sioci ogs. a n ae pilit in the President'S Statniet:

SIdetntal I If you ever do make thv city, remember this Pal md r t16ft cir- threpote ho apeba ngothee. Wo wrl Stneutoinh pia oert o vnoraC.
(t he Bella Vista). It's cheap (S- a dayquiet Ame rican planled with crlarer si p. n work week s n of sowbey and segregation. been I Grnsboro aboit .nut down a show na take 3 rDread B hen ya aloft to any coc- f the M r

of ththe bt er of the Spanish culture at ge un t eeing drivi es d sympathy. e hnteadl ne readrugstoreu s seen taghe mout, on re sthe r ac n or ,
t of the ocean. each thawo we lls ago was the wiDouglas having haclosed somen weekSay twohe City Sinks.or merely by ope b yap fs. uch evenve e own ket for er of
Si the t e forceulnss ch the gff gar riencewith southern rae. I once Concerning segregation, Pablo pubc consume this were k in d ne of -o a Te e
i 't need one for the PA. Drop us a card In care of the chewing husky George Meany re- questioned the worth o southernsays he Is on the sde of the Su. rue, there wouldn't be any show uetalatory 'pot -ort cou, are cordially urged to at
"|bIy l Bogota... ealed. NoVthing fazed him cookg In a mildly querulous p ee Court, and at some of thle cs down, becaNe actors wl hardment of Cthlha, should For-Te
on a Mont piece, and have been dodging rabble rushing inauguraestio n alw s alk, whe ked. s e destroyed by the Red
e s It was like that day back In 1947Iespwte our warnings-would most ,

A t Pvo r. San Frranalcisco. John Lewis was mic war between the United hl the atedi'p-wheeler for eight days up aLrond maesidenythe nough thenowerafl nds re lh:' adoyoufrsvrsky,"thth c a r A mace andRosentat.he-

S. 8Cop yo o iF 40olftl pushingg people around. insulting e | -h ander in ro- I ne i s I u Js eeti . Sates and tha e U.S.S.R."Chn co IMo a lr
Shal|b eol I t you. n wrathaeti delegate eas being men without as Douglas asw ready, without adding to his u o Air, For nstaNllm a n OntheCeT
*-.----,,- ~"-----/ ....-,--.,, -Hh-ads, iust with "neckh wiWh hair WMe TfA W llirilPH 111 N W T d R -el...THY-S .. B,-,.
S M Ad eve at th t meaning over." "bont smite the IUN TA LE STAFF T O B e O o
I., ...,du artdmake th isecity, rememberthI s s d inevitable g o 1-hiladlm- p* W du tedeny baktbO ln detail Wa ven't at
S t I t' a y rahw the qnerir-the rerter who is carpebaggig joint? I s the thenworldIs important enough to..n-hispInion, a CoL. ..tratnOf fi e f...
....includes three of the best meals around. And within 50 le sees it.e ost in the mardigras h Greensboro. be news if I said it stunk?' wi-ut down a show Ant itae..readthat nemy air force an itn e s l ill

tBltcorn n of merger statements in, Miami f ldeh Prn headline e reads: "Douglas from the uths of the other China ear to be a that Final lan are shaping for
A gator,- DOWN .f .oneanadfsao w hic ha kn a BOADWAY BALLAD gapers: The Chinchila Exchange stuff. When anyone with authority wihsu hhens age. IncSnat.hf
p lUf t-ll- l Eng rt sh f. ou p f i sf card ofc the t toughest speeches Ive ever s ncear hh S street. Live chnmchyP a (like La McC)icomeb-t ofn tag- Senater tnfvestf Crmm. T o. bc,
notnP forthe PAe.Drt u P a heard. The next day Lewis didn't A brown c out dims twte garish valued up to o2c000 per pair), faso you cPn spot it famt . Carrie tarckdn y de fevorito Dan bmos o a h ne oo urnd eidn toa
et|Mu aiu roga 2Unbl.e.h. cl eln sltheow up.eThusky George n-Meany Stree the worth of southernating critters to ogle Cue u.l n (the soctl.outurlerhldn't be any shows retaliatory po ai el all
o h n. na o ot eale ting v'fnt zd hi. -cooking in a mildly queorulousunde Court,. and that some of dthen close down, because actors will bardment of China, sho ,uld For-t d
OG Itowas liethat M any back oing 1o piece, and have been dodging rabble ruspng inasuguration'always talk, when asked. mosa be destroyed by the Reds

_,o p 1 a de p e y w n the Btr Andde lo here and h re on. Ie s t w o e v a OnG s o I ub wl m

M ue a.. It al? i poIe 4 lak I an the AFL' conveuntlon platf horem b ore der o o ,l e oi p ed b th e b r o a I h' il s 5 ist ie a m to-

l10 Man name suwmer to Prevous Sant Francisco. Joh-one by one, nLeheetwiwas an garden thermddleofthe-night where a
Ampe 31Name 51 po on Rce when the Butcher And erhereandhereamon The sheet was whipped off him ride victim was found shot tobtwerh ed
S33Adtetivecattle52 albein Wo rkmen's Union decided tte ttake the dives nd he had scurry aw yude. ath. rried on LA
Sox,"Letrwis said rer union, to was never gave a thought to them doing a thing like hat" their pho etc. .
S E BlScktho Meany who said bluntly tha the before- stomped away and (baa t t p
SAlligator btchers' 250,all alon000 member uo on When I was strolling proudly by pory brass ptrad a'd

anl__J It I I L __ ld be ktcked out sm ot e him hard. in one BROADWAY BALLAD gpers:Elizabeth Taylrs quote: "Snce am ot h ere to have my picture t tisp n a o tre e-lfl
Sit t did so. The Butcher workers So sure you'd be mine for-expecting another bab. Li have a taken Th reporter eor t and
"_One r had asked him not to brm-g up the| evermore, rI terrific yen for dill pickles. Some- e woto., had po wat in the bitter 1 1 t |K. V "
M r t the tougher t AFL exechs I've vcoun Tha t Love would never take me t s I ust have pickles and tea" cold ours for Te Very Little Ivesati '
f slfaru c-l meetard two weeks ago in Mi-'t or a ride. t eais ..How teddibleh Br ndish ... Man With The Large Head to ar- d .TIt

1.3heaazs of 2B U Ieh s-ow Beaup He ignored them, Ste t -- iThe new Information Please Al n riv(- socia cotHee has y ___
1 fTH uand H3Warg f hT --iS E hIW inn and friends There are many other you made of me hdonly this history be Ad2ai Stevenoon heard that a mtfw w Is out call- a I e I a go of o* o7e
S b stse.) Gre viostances. rt re has been friction Another sardi, e in the Broadway lnses presidential election" ... un: "Counting MYdTIredng.' '.. I i
and wl be friction with other na sea. (Not a word about the feller who That't Broadwad, oon. Where wyh t T i '*

ih ldbad I L onal union presidents. -Lou Lawrence won!-) ... rama reporter- crti jake your act because they an' | o 'o *
v .9M m *r I r1- -r--- --- .------ Ward Morehouse (he quit Broad. swipe your talent . The no, Runyon ., "
Lr PMeany will need a tough, elo. way recently for Colorado Springs) Fund tama LUcal 82 of the I..A. 1
T qOt topkick.. because no man Broadway Chile Con Carne: la now Sunday editor of the Freet freman's Union) for Its
&WOOa (an run A mammoth federation of Prettiest producer on Broadway is Press in that delightful city .peoala.clare dima and'dolrp
15.,000ooo workers alone. That top- Gaytle Stine, 24, recently a Times You think you got troubles? Five tutag . Cht Whi.. .
teralong kick wrl be Iather in the years, mag researcher. She *ill present of Kevin (WPIX annogrcer) Kee- tel Tempo eag) wil a'-n
to come. Reutber will be in a most **Champagne Complex" by Lesle nedy's kids have chicken pox, Ilterarz ypae of diaoaeries
eh rategic pot when Meany decides Stevens, author of "Bullfight." Poor Rubinstein must be turning from P 's u.
In.t step down. It will take time. The stars: Donald Cook and Polly oer in the c etery. Anothr ags Sherry hudy-
L' Bu-- t Rutho has the time. bergen... Franchot ToMe's very wart comtnu u .P-h could haveiri y strip a4 lb s Mad at
SI I He'll wSat. rich aunt Mtnde makes her pro- made w fortune. lu t.
.- -- .. w "Iducing debut with a musical ve- ..--.. A W I
sloe of "Little Women" ... New ThIPe o 1 t1e *I O spire Thr. r te Dt ,
I I ame: "Jo" ... Made will settle am f tana"tway) ow isa A Ig i Mes
for Judy Garland, Audrey Hepbus craper built M. Iawert o l y
or Leslie Caron for the title rolO od- e othe larpet 4e . e
when Rho oda leming -geut. hr i-1 611wan.+ ( Ma ft a Ii" Jof#
WN Hollywood aorW de o e willn e dedicatee a k Mare "S.-"

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** ign ared. rece4ta UALBsR i sestiiy l p ue.

long SS' more u^eu-ab ealls i? I re Pan ia ^, J nof1e p crj tFla-d Mr. Eisenhower-to start, on the The lecturer will be Ant tl
+ ,. .% th- 'al on witho-Is o a..,o,,.

xj .....ae cal affair a h b. .. a h+ .eah rh o ,eD, ol. rp li s hoN rth fcr. A 1 oli r EGo th,,., oh wentilli inrUi
iveY at eotel Ew iuan a by the W Mi fl erof a M of th- ant- bllm seti ies, Mo r Hle saide that ven now the lcre r in .

Dr. Octavio Eabrega, an Mrs. Fa It is g fbr 9 p u ,i er f5SI. God, aer th. gJrehldenat' greatlyl chief xec. at Los Angel
Earli' thfq aternoo, C t oN s lor nand sizg. .addd to the festi a Is po a rtY.a Republicane- ing t wrful.t gree ,ro~ a uniatIonsoWferfts md
cn6oe i 1 u to.sq l personal has parti lto ns n f eo held o
oarty,~ Mer..gues L pfAtX way of-- e-- God o their wo defeats last No- conflietus-i ao S4r e u mo lrrita. mItten seminar r d e. -5po
. .ff e 'le e.n.f 'eemo n f tw e e n l a s t e b yn t t o k En s t h e aoro p iP y *," .In lu d e
stat, pnd oniciu .e d u"e .s.. "" to" ot re iMs eChi h popular to find the IaUnt 'li r t nserwill start on F of beawf to atawrmnoiBa& i 1
States infoa m tie Service de.''l s _oay ho a-." ai n-ro W n.Oei tn rp eh te iB of Sen Jo Me, Ielar aj is tqwc lat er at a 28 until Arilect rer+ 'wiU.',e iA WIl+t ..$.aob eonl'
n d o m eCea io k-t a t"At o r i e p i oa lw J u s t s4io)r rt h e nsf ia hsemhw oidr I g iml' i ( e hd p r el sh l Id e rb sl

ion at te stranger clubb In Co- -01 - CA n rol n cor dit, lon thich pr dmote r dn lonr herW^ o bom -t oo o0 ddt t ... ... an-ilshl at w t ade t -ds so
ofDao ugaters. John S fDaidr -This daily column durrnt the siden Dsenh]8ow on .lua tlo t, i"o at LotfWnIgel
beybold's reception at 6:30 p Mr. a nd Mrs. Ronald S r :onie, -Lenten season is d ,gndothe pesidency pa nful whe aoe u I
to" "..in 1 edn o i'vdIs .Um... the-Cabal ee o di oe h b dail h~ fs hearum. .. ..fieAbtenwsaboomTa boi 7late Prn.

the R lei i Riad e w uzdw t. You can p el y usins thie t e an art ie n Look. Mth t mnhn a h oun w 01 .tne i ge ltv *.o+ o l t a a Tq< A tu .t tad A +s FL.

ican i e of P ,a dals givio d Co tsp "s lo t in I a(bi'Iin G od, and ever since ~t S2,mrc i fto h .i'.dnonl WM ... hN.Mx. l. ..... .... ..
a chck .party efroma no b em Op.m shil'|t od ab inth n nimn.. We IpW Is convened that th i e ma et e rti tl w i e m satoe +-+- teg o.
at the ,Pf Gol C b. n, a, oe e he firt loved lutive is a n la of o i nsae ity and He aietrobabl 1str cov l a t at rt s s e t iS
FvnaL splla eveb. o(lie.A thi 8o mmandnf ent we have determlnatio. T he would auud a -'lpan ioonsth- m.lb ls di
v hEUSSbeag Rsj^ nerf be~ b 86a him that he who love "Dtm atl ait id i that i l- .. part"n l lW ll Irje.s
eb nOt a t USm I f I hlse. brother al.sn. a shis-ca Ee"Soth e 3M n He rvsd the President has p e& re

iat d tt an r tnoe hafs c a n ro AIi r t.l
ner, o r aWi arrive efor os o aU tove latent and kind. Pause ever, which in o a y i better to say nothing of quently are corine I h I -ah sto bWii")W
;1eL on,V f hthis daroily oanot od rude. e e or headline ,s it is oo ltCmh *' it ",7ffluil eI
eyod Party Honors Mr .. Ward isMtor. Rand Mr R Mssoura Lone does not insist on its own g t f w- .Iu*VAWd. ..*i m
Th.e ti n n toehe r.a nd r. haresot t h *9'wi d t s tIF,--- In the corn te edition of T ?M .aW IIbni.lV
day11 who.S ye -11 .ffairnewUeS.band rldaairG.DYot'a nSr a.5 k .Sl

en hnoring r es iEoan a en d been hand Mrs l is not irritable or resent- T O71rr- O. P. t th.8 J ne U S and world ars. Y t
Ward Ga who leaving~ ee Kariger of Diablo Heights. Love does not rejoice at wrong, tI.. with lo
soo n her ubfidb M o 1 .fto Sunday ri brt lne fda buL rej9es in the Lght.s LovLE. wit h t1 8 oNe d nJ
ton. e C nerame I n Kansas City, Missourl. hopes and endures all thgs. -ar N^ewR ..HeuvInwl
Dr.Octasvi 'N, rMrs.' Catherine s -sa e Lopve is of tGod. Itepnyone thaet antd c i t .s
~Cham -oras Dorsey OMl Statec loveth is., begotten of God and tre
Mrs -ag and Mrs. Saturday ake Sale... *w oolvLATEST FILM OF SAN BLAS WORK ... tow e bi o p -d'
Early on. Cat sta pr e aix On Saturday. alujunae of G' thiiweth ne od, f ora-Gpik i ov -1mtaa Uhro ti es4 fid
Lod give thy New York Timd by ior
lorenC ,w troe B. e i.of a Gd0ra -t, gift oolt sve.tAt men. 1.~,fred ra o a R v alt lto yt i on t
oren aq Mrss.M h e#eCse Club iu whayoI' R*&'V 61eeslas ATI.uT meaR001 ofth81a t e -. ---. .s

Mrs. Ida .'le, nh rw This ha tto -no. BTI C- yi terestingly Ask for The Ne, lniu llulaeilr, ,
W luard sdiI. V Off The ] ve VR M E NURSERY P* VI I_ s
"^a'SThe heth fas. tega at Na..l I ,bsiamZ A
ra figurite. i-ff . f pati' or s dInol **tseI ri tJ 9 a., ad
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Ga he ol J Snyder, more hra.eB bU fpoored to VALIeY- hORGE astl Peb. 3 . edy r b -" i .
r 't, .C aft Dr Girl It is a ort use. ( )- e freedom Foundatt i aiono ) iso
thy Thero,.etty Van Sielen. Friends are asked to in today awarded op honors toa '
Puth Esolf, Alice Clement, Ruth this Saturday and do your part evangelist Billy Graham and St. wl aSs-en has
Cl p o W Pe r, M#Fdrd b h. buying n.o s Uaiyers of Brooklyn,
g m e ratItrsia rt Cl o nions to the potion of the
Jean 4 In a t ion to the Muinday ye- American way of life. 1 lo jf 1 A .a*sle
S utr A o g at t th o Graham and the faculty of St. a a ue8 un och tl. e
-lart, Ma Doy0 My Black CA-USO Mrs. Jeanne Beaudwy Johi's each received a check for0
Sue Lh6Idegg Naomi I Peg- will start a Aew Morning pig $1008 an que with an ent - - - .i. J^lth (s .bte bo s5 *rs(

Ieo.r a u At e ay atos.d erm ars.aBnaudo A on E i.se o n l ao r ll t ht B II I *
Srac ,Idg Wi ne.rs and schools Soft their effatind tous -
-Sh-a"irle_ ply_ gsbris" t ue tOtal o nicu t rOan waL oa
!godn .e xe, -Cuo aetr.C c titonsw bc5moteb s9 I
nd Party HonorsZMr' Ward. s_ n" Mt|iLove does not i mnsi t onitswn. ... + ]"

and Mrs. Robert L. Kam of Co- A. E. Davis; fourth and fio t t h e op awarido i dn each catego-I
seo ledn his first birthday P ace werea tied by Mr and Mrs. ry and delivered the keynote ad .ttm ary 6AlAtuneMaLnLd23--1dress..4and worlddafffI r.oWt
he fr atsumedeffrceabutWnAl'd and t" dr" n,1.,

houno-try ho 101of his grand- Boon with Mr. T. WAlber. iThe awards committee corn- aas411
ar G tabanhats. A lar gee KTh games start promptly at mended o raham for having
snu ra q r afi~end fr1en-.at- 7 p.m. aend a bridgh e players are capturedd the spiritual intere ...
arde.om elomnobe-.keo of multiLtud.se~' as l few men.LAov n nn l

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the O ;o 'Urs. catmorl- Feb"14.a plese otved for it s book. "aoneb ahat t nd -
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o$ baa started, and there are ~idore U S reducing pills. So pil ?,ife 1sI~,,,hlj,"{~ ~ 4
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witah t o seemerialy .. Ideal 1a the egle r ; M ,rplied Matusow. ing 4 "atov k-. *m ef- ,Two ties es who "et ,..bota 8 rtm (and 1m mun mo-,
_. .accused pub Sher boadast r
sa id Ag 1-He Dia1.goop ,r l. '_." ,,s ". _tto fla. 1. Het ff wed to a. uasb ofUiir a? ve co ior r Iwereu by m t-

th.at #11b0 ee1, bnemeetat. I"I d uo i .1 in aUAylliceter, N. Y. adj dudge by #.M-*
Uelat m 4 ~ 00a4 .R_ .. .B McCar. was a CoInunlst," Matusow patentr d.

-MH "a* r- s" w one,, ter. ., t. a. .,,o s i. a s .. eribed WEEK- R EASE ""2Du'lal" L m e -
S1 1 ti he .e r d a n a a k and white p

Sa lla.d s io en .'. w tltw ba .s uspi .lou T is expected to re- i m i e da i PA
ernra t .Bah Bt r that Mtuhewec rttoetoein of hiw turn to w York tor furthers

led rs- .. Is sold b . . PA M twmuDS t Th ,o, ms" dlrc ok Wh."h epal f r e.

iNew Ynk. 'o' w-t.et o t. ~og o ut arO ei. a Meanwhle. t .teahe ubcommittee
eao B ahned Miss oe ts s o. ALL UROPE
...j... ...e (gclANC.Eb.M Y SiX) SIa i d..esa s ie dt... i. It I . *srasoe but'm..l. Amer.o .o m T m roeivo w rch w
to raise funds and white people Opens Today ah the ii ,"--ro ,. t t o,,".ee. *elI r rfa ..*t.I* _e i':'- uBB b ,. SA,,.... .
bougI~ht pd a "* ^ C I R & TW T(R iay 56 a w ite pearancU ^^^ F -- -- -' tiua bomt-w *)Eiearinaghistlri.cetn ocr
. -ratng --I pa I o .m et he wa o. "t ,aod, vrty little TM Cufer rerh s pet willk fbme |lt C ar b b
torl y -of 00 ,, Am" afterr many days of wrangling He aid he cried most of the chance to lat t0e rap" of perju. a 0117, le or ,o .
.. ..o. ..e3. ete ith the Board of Censors. tinhe hat- "TIddn't-ell me w.. ....ohahat rel - .
Shome o iore w dUonarn f t e -albt" L. Mca ea (D-Ar.) -- a S
and lrs ast ilSD .l a ent be t l sus ,, , .... m lly .. o thatiao- he"a woou plead "eo we 4oure
Wso,50a1srhimtwtpoa4m9000,16,felfllaWe9uM Id ealbd

..g.nA. hemonl um n9A m py tea adg"1lwh ,h e V"t u and .
WMhtonm w -fhuasrgorantow o f.the

inhro ". C gress To T Vote heI 4 Vo

ad .- othesipmrme .R 1 ofut00e000,000 Road Plant k.
r"sm..a roawhetsc mittee O0

| BA.A :;15-8 5 Do .r ._.. -:1 s WASHING10N, Feb. 23 (UPA-% ie?" 25 o ll +l;s i nne w+ w l
ATI .Mo con eT or afan I ny LY_ .fuat the nation s "nade te s n the uont ls f ino -

I- HIe CrI.STMA" l a Ck wd ref "dfel~ytrate iwy a Prs-I
avn*- t"7 i- --> Y. .0 *W '4C LA*- At ? v U p iges sd

tor is f b uTechn:olorit tP 6:15e8o3 I ese a a-DsIDn at a t said, must o uren "tqpa
,, ,, .. . lOlW AY t-'( ir u .o ress eterdaywi.gort. ,,At t.he c qurr entrate, he

sil sta vote a 101 l n dollar 10. sai, it ul d o re h evx e aledtor--
I R T w"RACING BLOO D" pFaced th Democratic orposi ena lenc- in ha Ef a century
| thom e Ptaesident l a oeft to Conree e t er onpu
y e igbd Wife .Ledio al s haraa This it 21 or 5,250,000, 001W oro- "'] ramanry
e r m y a s or wrag in ile ro i the ni tM a t n the an we. w n e T e s, .pd wo mi tCe
home o-f e Was h t Irrent thederm-al spmt in rael tmmoean i r weroe s oh- g
afid Mm-a.l, .-. ... .jdr lng W. ,.isIonder al.Cefe pnd (o- s .)Cerob,

i is o alg0 6 lo e hl i idor t eis"al te s.f ' b o ,
Ti. sa .-s : -a CA c -:-n e s:s t 'pms i ly wtol ht wo. o.k m.he ou bld .Lrd

r eOMEO T LI J TE a WI WIND" on pay-as br-you- keive fnndn.t .
torais funds.6 Und orelon re ti l tee. stiey C a e s Ts V tea
boug--ht-'-- ', Opers- at the.1bpt.o ble.d t.s.In _new

I___l re I fD-A T. ft. en a, *ylfll. S rS11 wCgf -m* EmtT el
BnLeOe L wno c Dli* A S tle 6 ths peop sy .H and o t eb h
I-,a*N _7Nm 1A t1.a_ t h' nationt Pinade quate hl Oh- _

Rpd.,ar : in AP le ay nitomic m p veate.- oins hnan t as tbI.ie."tp
Il k rIIGhoe o e Ir-malgd. feCesw ay b ylste r o.e t t he n y r tcurrrent t e rate ,lll O ..
home of'io eatWogtsondalrne vg p.toga. reaoeeeloetent -and

I ,.. ,,.5 tHSe Presiemti lm t th Ctongomess theeWeuel ,. ifderaspeniin ni
f n lu s a t yl va'th M sW tdnu ral. Hiwan. accwi hS t forsaid2and0rfourit prSocimary.4

IW ..A.... ,ar_ *,5_ w. rh. of the dds hap +. ', te. t"..
EIEaAa mite than atnd tS.e tic r ,,ords, aha win25,.

I ,rde"- oabl~lha sest' i d he wr -wa yn. *b. ,-- .e'..
r'rt I .4 r ou t s,- ''se t ttlccm r tftic baer o e s

-ASHe O ,Fe.2 hTe 5yo blngo...,s.nn.
Im vot u m He etmai1da billone d omllha.r 1 aiIt. nte ch vn
I R ItOh e H I T Ienpanadeut-odr ttv e fina I ncing.e pdg

NASAm- i .-iicurmrennu fevderawspe di r sairte."minyolrars-,""-f-ret""h'gh-
ii i ~~im ael tolt bu .,titlisaUnds r t,- .l puhebeil d ....w

APPROU ATLAST -% K.. .a.rR tP in sf

CECILIA -,am,.o 4.Men e4.

l ,on1IAf' tiI.grieso ,of re a

Ahl mabs: dv r. C ll usWe .1bel ed. .Wo it
,p e. ?.-u.,
. ..... .. ...... '. Ahed bir thi teir etquiW e taste and .
--he aIs 2=4m
wosul e i~ flavor In the traditional Ammert of the word's best. Got ep advice 1| "
n r 'I' ...." ,.iS !oria'sost hosmalo -wAiy., at Asti,,Italian S your "Mof-
.t.ign ,tt d t a V itality .
'fp mp aincomparable.Iltalian Swiss i:

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MORRISON 41 0o July Ave & J. s.
Justo Arosemeia De. .,al 33 St.
s18 La Cairasquinla

If You Have a
You Need
A New Amazing Natural
Waste Destroyer. Kills
Odors and Reduces Mass
at Low Cost. Money Back
Guarantee of Satisfaction.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140

it b not true to say "Ae did every-
thing poulble" unless chiropractlc
was included.

DO. A. *nd B. oRn.LAC
,Palmer Graduates,
S5 peru Avenuo TeL .1-11
ii block from Lu Theatrei

Dr. C. E. Fabrego
Denture Rridgeworlk. -
Airbrasie General Dentistry
Tivoli Ae. No. 21A-24
Telephone 2-2011 Paaman
(in front Ancon School PlayFound)

"Insure In
Sure Insurance"
rq-nf-t -
Phone Panama 3.426&
4th of July Avenfe No. 14-28
Daily 9:0,.-12:o0 anq 4.ll0.I
SaturdsFy 9: t' ";.. *

Before yor bUy g .:
REFLEX v'see the
ca.:nDRfle CaiMela. ii

PORRAS PIaza 5 db

With 2nitans

In the Servi

(IstanmlsM wfth family y
members or friends in the
U. &. Armed EWeFa igre AlM.
vlted to contribute to Ii de-
paItment bY iihWW* dtl, 4e
the ZI .Edit-
ar, Th Zan= 1Ihntt
Box 134. Panamma, L.. *.n,-
formation s lto *servlcmWen'
whereabtat, their promo-
tions and ezcerpts from their
letters are of particular In-
Mhtgraphs are used, but
nome can be returned.

R. T. Melldg Wslerstboe
formerly of Oamiba, U"1U1
. sew Women's W .lrwn Cat.
Ier Fort McClellan, Ala.
S .a-to .eraig ,the WAC,
il-j Watler was employed as a
Mlanrr in Gamboa, Canal Zone.
Is- a graduate of a Boca Oc-
L lttal High School and she
ona saoclate arts de e
%Zome Junior. & C eL.g
tarnsm i ferried to

A* F -R R

"I P :- .A :t h* f.s '
-- PIWf;t A.M-KCAW ,- l S ..i .." .1



Central Ave. 14i
No. 3 Lottery Piaza
fourth of July Ave.

FOR SALE:--Crib. highchair, re-
frgertor. stove, Laundromat
father, 60 cycle. Telephone Cu-
rundu 3288.
FOR SALE'--Kenmore. cabinet
t De electric sewing machine
with attachments, $95.00. Ori-
ginal 1953 cost $20900. Al-
brook 6178 Qrts. 327-A.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse re-
trigerator, 25 cycle, porcelain
box. Rugs, double sprng ornd
mattress, and otber.., Ihdholc
orioles 1576-A GCvlIan Road.
FOR SALE: Moh6gd y twin
bed; Santone tnahogany bed-
room suite. Maple livingroom
- sute. Sed ornime. 6351-A Los
Ros. Canal Zone.

FOR SALE -To trnnks. 2 lino-
leurrs, high char, juicer, dining
room set. bureau chiffonllr. 60
cvcle iotor, barhr' itte. Houre
2264-B. Los Cruce. BalbDa, Tel.

A-Sub Naudlus

Will Make Test

Cruise Friday
NEW LONDON. Conn Feb. 23
(UP' The nuclear-pow=ted
itibmgritie Nautilts weil put to
sesa ay ad Saturday for-
'arthper tests. of .- her,, torpedo
e a, the Navy said late I

'rhe wbrids first atomic sub-
marl4he will leave the U.S. sub-
maine baaq,bere at 7 a.m., Fri-
!ay for a d mtle cruise in Long
iand Sou- md vicnlitv.. rbe
Navy said tle undersea cralt will
fire du and exercde torpe-
d4W.tuimd to aort-at about
i. .. ..* L vd teerjng
W aW I 'n 10 same


for 12 wv



FOR SALE:-1948 Packard Con-
vertible A-I condition new point
lob, new tires, new battery, ro-
,ip engine recently overhauled.
'duty Opaid tar. Oi t,:
owned bv Bob Graham. Can be
seen at 5508-B Haines Street
Diablo Heights, from 8' a.m. 1
11 am *

-FOR SALE:---19L9 incoln Cot ;
vertbl.ha. lpt.,apodel fEr. a
gonoe b .y piAd .
Door. Sedan -Deluxe Very good
condition. 759-C Barnebev St.,
Balboa 2-4413.


DEYU.dG: shirts, suits, dresses,
rugs. All kinds of textile. Tropi-
ca Cleaners. Via Espana 830.
Tel. S-0871. Branch 24th Street
East and Central Avenue. Tel.
-t ,_... -. ... .._ ,.


FOR.,REPT: Chalet, 3 bed-
S2 boths, dining, living-
O larg. yroe y good

l'ItEt.r -, Two bedroom
house. fuhlished with malk's
room in 32 St. No. 2 .-nfbr-
atlion 3 St.,, No. -4.

E21- 7ConI rss fl
.gal state.
FOR SALE 15 milesfrom. aVe aWrrow t o
capital. 6 heetrt. Diane, with ,
two floor wooden chalet, well, r1, D.. U. Dl
fruff frees, fence. river ,ood ASDUS Has BWq I
rcqd. Phone 34692.
FOR SALE: House oid large LAS VEGAS, Nev., O .231
lor Chillbr Transithmianm High- (UP) A 17-member oa res-
wav. $450.00. Don Eastman, sional delegation narrow es-
Paroaso, Te. 4-A.167. qaped death or lnju-Y tday
-- -- when a bus returning thbWefo i
FftB .Al F the atomic test site bloI"'-tire
,Rv.;. L ,,,M.t ,. ...a nt he vebicle a.lta ni

b ,r l mAtolIV, u" rTfigt'i--L" eA it iS heavy vone.it toi.
Scordtlhon.7 mss ide ,of the h1iay.
5-60.to..M theCareeni4g*by'
I.. n two feet th'Atonii
S' rgy cinmisaon's spkeaia
N,6 ,6o1* 1 "-. Y '; xso .,, ^', "
The near-aaoldeM ;'-lO rea
(o ed P 1 : dte the.proV tiodg, as
.. ,- th, conresa l deerationr

F T,.J"' said no deep dives wH a -,rn art aWtiTK 'bLon-
wal a .during the dto dats td.heir h he doy's actl
lgte l t ey e sd ties in the Canal Zone will be E Adir (R-Ind.), John Valentine
Stor t ear fuur concluded by a reception at the, eamer (R-Ind. Shepard Crui,-
Gobernor's Mansion at Balboa packer (R-md.) William A
SNautl 'ha. bep under- Heights to be given by Governor Dawson (R-Utah), Thaddeus M.
It tioning ,pd over-and Mrs. Seybold to which Ca- Machrowicz (D-Mch., Clifford
Sthe end her iI- nal Zone civil and military of- Mclntire (R-Me., John F.
trial tr al ur weeks ago when ficials have been invited. Baldwin (R-Calif.). Frank M.
she made mre than 5n shallow Clark (D-Pa.), Don Hayworth,
dives.d cq erea 1.000 miles D To D lih o dern
ndr WOOat tWbir DlUs 1 U T emlIIMI s R-Ohio), pat W.t Ing.I -
SVa.). James M. Quigley D-pa.)
22 Old Buildings and MC. Burnside -W. Va.)
panam Line Sought By (anal uel s other

i *"1 lids for the sale and demoll- u|s U ner Kids
Illln tilon of 22 buildings including 13 "
,, UIIIIUsJl warehouses and storage sheds In l hD
the 300 area in Balboa, are now WlIh II MUL IIM ;ii
being advertised by the Panama -
Canal Company.HTex
-A total of go pse.ti.ers are The warehouses, which were The rutally-dismembered b-
=e .to. sail frm New York constructed several years ago by dies of two youngboywere
orrow *afor Cristooal aboard the U.S. Navy are mostly one- found In shaow grav
+Aneon wof the' pgama Line. storyy buildings of wood frame hee last n lht and the Vic
ndrtty-five passengers are book-.onstruction with composition mother, iv e- d-dime a
ed to sail on the ship for Port- 'oofs. Several are open sheds clerk, nonch'lantal told police
au-Prince, Haiti. with corrugated iron roofine and she
Th-coftlte advance passen- Lone are miscellaneous smallthem.thed
ger list for Cristobal follows: shacks in the area. Slim. it-inannered Mrs.
M. and Mrs. ews l Among the other buildings Ann Williar ..a 28-year-old
Mr.nd rs.ewts Ballard, slated for demolition are two b teIsslonto
Mr. and Mrs. William Bare: one-story frame structures and S tmetif' *..Krnlon to
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Beeson; wo two-story frame buildings In of ierff C. .," Kern ate
Mr. and Mrs. Sydnev Block:. Mr. PedroMlguel. In La Boca, three ffig ro the
and Mrs. A. C. Brown; Mrs. one-story frame buildings and a might and d down a
IMadre.Bryajrt; Mr. and Mrs. two-story frame structure are to rln houm". at 4 a.m., to
Benjamin Charlop: Mr. nnd Mrs.be sold and demolished. I '
Harrr H. Davy; MrU. ala R. one other warehotse is in- t, deed killing?
Driscoll; Mr. and Mrs. fptthni B. eluded on the -invitation. it b.i I and Conra.r
Duncan: Mr. and Mrs. Basil L. -an old w frame storage but al eaMedcarving u.
Emiery; Mr. and Mrs. .. L. Fish- building lo near Pier 7 in Ith e a bodes with a
er: Mr. and Mrs. WUllam 8 Balboa. blade, v r aid. s
Fuller; Edwin S. Gardnert Mrs. Bids will accepted until I wA charged with murd
ELd 8. Jobnpton; Mr. .ad Mrs. 10:30 a.mz. 28 when they ., t .
Thm as Kelly: Mr. and Mrs. Mi- will be .1n the office of rt Williams told police
o~hral 'anr rd and daughter: the Supe. f Storehoup. boys died of an overdose of a
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.LPP. es in B narcotic, but offleers said an au-
Roger Maduro; Robert W topsy report showed the boys
Maynard: Edward W. Maynard: i l died of fractured skulls, appar-
Miss sharon MJprhy: Mr. ard ll MIh entry beaten in by a blunt ins
Mrs. Loren Norby: Mrs. J. A. T b W r trument.
Ogilvie: Mrs. Evelyn Pineo and II p E ..p The boys' dissected bodies --
daughter: Dr. and Mrs. Israel KI II V I1MV- wrapped in layers of plastic and
IPutnam: Mr& Naomi J. anders: cotton sheeting were found a]
rs. Charlotte Gay southwick: II I 9:45 p.m. behind an auto repair
r. and Mrs. William H. Spur- Ad inistralr op run by Morris Johnson, a
Ieon; Mrs. Betty Vanderlip friend of Mrs. Williams at near-
Yudge and Mrn. Morris A. Vogel: WAHNOTON, Feb.h23 (UP) by Alm -
Miss Janice Vogel: Mr. GorhamA.iltBoahlb.ight kill all i~shoo alg In I aMr is.il

S y authorities have sald' "
-- ,,,--- --,msuch a bomb would be too dead- I
E.Wael d i-an"al-ii 'r l ily for anyone even to consider a
EW R 0 believe It I R l ble to re- We Guomtee
ate a situation where it pre-. ,
A---. .....s. uMinably radioacUvity released I I
Hi-Fidelity Phloraphs by the bomb) would drift around ALL
Tape Recorders and around ih world and kil .
"Im 2t erdpwho s bltop- Ocr- WVI I4te
S ,. ,- ,_Ieverybody, suaid. Owh". -* 'iA
ciow ..n -far i Petoernn did not elaborate on ( M Many ,.ma[
Music on Ti e the "Colt omb." but he said (-
"I "ido Sid tl Te IS

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6-44. "i --7 " '
paOt SMutOf Phone Sallogs 166.
WIlSlA aUnto Clr #sachb
CW towe--ickjasp. ,efrigerotion..
2-tdroom. Phon 1boo 3050.,

A ,, .A r., ents
ATTENTION.G.I,1 Just built
fbodefrt A ln1hid'aportments, I
T b6Ad s, hft, cold water. Tel.
POndrhea 3.-4941.
*FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-

FORk R F'' :-FLhrnih at- .'
dnrfln roo mh., prd. bothro6ms.
48th Street No. 27, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT.-Small apartments
in Mexico & Ecuddor Avenue
"Albertino A p a r tierT." J.
Chbmpseur. Tel. 2-2419, 6th
Street No. 10. Price. $55 00

FOR RENT--Furnished apart-
tment suitable for two couples
with' two outside doors. See
Janitor at 63 4th Julv Ave. or
call Hopkins. Balboa 296&.

FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-
fndnt, maid's room, hot water
heater. Avenida Cuba No. 58.
Tel. 3-3329.
FOR RENT -- Sparious 2 bed-
roonm, 2 bath apartment .with
gorag,, moid.'s room. .nd serv-.
ice. Idtl action Panama,
O 3. .... .. ..

FOR RENT:--Furnished apart-
ment. Refrigerator, gas stove. Via
Esparia. House before Juan Fron-
FOR RENT:-Furnished aprt-
ment, living room. joining room,
2 bedrpoms gqsto- .refr.gera-
t t. Als4 fiuiljd t m to mar-
ried copple without children.
43rd St. No. 64. Belloa Vistd.
FOR RENT:-GI inspected one
room O3artment, kitchen, oll
Conveniences. utilities, opposite
Ancon P 0. No. 17-18. 4th of
July Avenue. Phone 2-5133.

, FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
Tent. two bedrooms. Bella Vista.
Elevator. very cool, $S20.00.
Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT-Furnished apart-
ment. one bedroom, livng and
dining room. screen, hot water.
Garage. $130.00, Tel. 3-4328
or 3-4845

Out Of
PARIS, Feb. 23 (UP)-French
children celebrated Shrove Tues-
day yesterday by parading
through the streets wearing
maskf of President Rene Coty-,-
and former Premier Pierre Men-
t1t o masks of Premier-des-
Edgar Faure were to be

e can't keen up with poll-
S.said a mask manufacturer.
-Wagsks will have to do.",
Sales Service
Central 223 lalidonia

--So -ba-*MYf^.

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Agenda InterL do Publoalones F r ACIA- aDO
4D CO4Mu AV !so"

1#0 qz 41 AVIL -A J.
Via BEpaAa No 34

two colonies ao .
Oc their drives ,

Backing slowly away in front
a' tie seethlng irda. one may
witness the terror that spreads a.
mong the lnseot. U, ot.f k ,]U;
ge iloor. Few forms of animal
life are immune to theIr attack.
trogs and 'snakes have been
known tr bee overpowrgtpa and
lie had the privilege of accom-
panying Dr.'-Schner*a to capt.re
quee oDt an-kciton han atum o C.
lony. The pqeean was borrowedd'
overnight luc. asientific purposeS.
Dr. Schneirla has ] Iatsed to
give a resume of his ea re; ,tu-
dies on these ants In older that
those who did Dot hear hls other
kctures on the. subjectt -wil MAy
anderatand "Bgoe t -fY Igs1 on
Aimy Ant Behavior apd. 0wlO-
gy." He will be glad to answer
all quesUaons ea the subject.
It is hoped that the hal wlU'
be filled t overfownlg for this
exceptional intereetig ecture.
Blembers may invite .guests.

N -q .
MENX! .... "qS


Aft Leag1 MeetS .-
riday At Ltr "
Mine IN Colon
'The Canal 'Zone Art League
will meet Friday -at 7:30 p. at I U
tl hdme of Dr. and Mrs. Vemr e "
Plier. -Houle No. 177,. come of .' .
Porto Bell and Tth .treeta,, Co.-
ion. .1 I I t .i ., .
Thdse 'who attoaded l Ist
ontb's meeting thoroughly en- u; j'
.yed Mr. Rayhond Skb Ik's A...
de dusion af present- day i
commnqrcial ft- .
' MiJ Jane D. BartaM will. be
Stalk "To Dlevtdopment of I
talk' t."',Tb .Dfebp--tol n G.
the of A of d e -. w

Siomb or iss he Art at-

. '= "hn t-- -,p+ta ,t -1 ,, ^ ,JI ^LJ
I"are '' Bt.At -


the =dSH
once withj
H. 0.

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SI fwi, r l. ne' iea'.lhtsb than ist' of i ~o bif '"aM ri
,.f the newiP htf rile. erellft out'otf9r I '
'Qcl" y --. lS The. a-

ndma i Call ZOie sAsocliaTon ol e-i t" a rd.ay ter an t~m di tat .,a--ton,
.lba Joll Co re edt theexpet&l ral whp hit .11" tIBMF" taMaF
Aoq Suu _gM on ,t .Ot 2 i .. '..tio .;rt a nd Fl. i u eggon,'Ina, ele"- Js

te -r eveln F il l computed that the averas The ,Pl IBa I ll -
(.t ner -,W a lau e tes* Cte" Pr athl-A- oe"i t
Itro a uea lulrIst else teib.ak in h0 is.heNC,'e4. e@
cui,, W .de .U a, onplace on the aouid. contented players Onth r roote
,is ". rt Twenty seconds $s enoah to ter. The additln, are sae L
(reaty aidao on Unitd t a 0 out and have lunch andeome baseman Ben Tompi pr
civSurlhhwer w I, I back,"J olly C4olly remarked. "I Syraeuli f4.Otrt f1etiffimneJh
Wau1i' i ierW Adon't think we'll hate much Westlake, up from Sant ranisco
.10- lm~ h O m -w trouble,keeping within the time and! firt-bai6marl Sener Rob.
O" A-s s-e.. l, B r, oo limit." bins, Up from Schenectady. The
Dr.'S. J.2 bO wm Tthe new ule tipulates that Phlll5e haTe 11 mot e layers a
o,?e' t oM. row'A" a 't with nobody on batet i pther igh to complete thirWoarr
ob^ghm ,, Si.nm al- wp, r w malt release the ball within 20 The ChIca t i aned
. i tona te i toeiln heB rob- rght-handr
Sbusn m tirt h AU., bee e rule ia desIgoed- to. Jones, Ifdru. Ci FHadnd eiai
Mu---H r-.uiROU.- W.l .nte A4 o ,. current Iatmes to at buUpel su ,rwh polted
Is~,t*, e the first mu, least th th ie span required a I1-f reel hi hth slalaen -
b. UBl ita.of .Oer wfor doqubleheaders 20 years ago. 1H laeIt aMsI. z62J60 SI
for the nom. Si AUR Mater A_ Ooen r6okfe hooietu -nonel loft eutfielderg B isee a.tlme
SamIns. tde aies ai't*. a e otf them on the Washington ron- onIly ul..pnedl CaUb player. -
Iord i.y aTid l ter-were Inspected by Dressen The f ttsburgh Pites an-
.-,. __, who revealed the Senators woifd inoutleed te Semln of itceher
Gtaiwal HfHaIr ,iet,, emp i vqr9lo* tle, 4y"00i Clvin Hoguoe, 11-7 for New Or-
ue thisa eh_..'wbLh made' ,tbe lean_ in 1.i54, r1 wile Oitherllovd
On Alntla To ht . Br9 fyn Podgoerp Vero Beach Wooldrldge, 15.43 Houtbn oin
Dr. '. J. bchneirla of the A- t f ft ols. reAen htasl 1953. signed with the St. oais
nerleanw Maueumif Natural His- intrdoued a buttint. tent and a Cardinals. Wooldtride was on
trry-inNew York ty will. spellldi tpit Ina said regtNars the voluntary retired' t1t with a
tonight before the ,Panama Canal woum be eled' pon to take a broken ankle last seasot.
Natural -History QM ie l L "eyaL.. p -- T) *
Hi- lecture ons ndt- r i . ; .
hrgs On Army..,~.nt oBehaviour *.- t Tii e .. 1
and Biology," will be illustrated tl n entr.V C Sioe
w ith itS- it uim eter slides: .: .. ,, ., ... ; *., r .. ** : L -- * ***.
Members 'may bring gueststo . -- o--
orgas --memorial 141a' t Q r y. WAr ritk ltulop church for 7th anud 8th grades and Sen-
mther Iterested -1Anvthe subject ,.?on. de.ottohaui services r jFellowshipf9r high school
.,'att ,re-.lbO welconoe. wm begin tonight at 7 in the studetnas wil be held at their
Since Dr. Shneirla began delv Margarlta '"Union Church and regular meeting times, 5 p;m.
ng Into the life history of the onoaue each week dunng and ,:15 p.m., eospectlvely. At
acitorft .(Armny Asr he IfesLLe- :l-ip.m...Christian Fellowship
tk ibore' h qa h ywI.inYr the Rev. Paul H. W. Olatder Hour, waibe. (09n04ated for ev-
ito wfrk,4biiA;iiese alge has chosen "Walking With Je- eryone. -
and fascinating 'Treatures. Te E.- sit--th heme for the 10:46 .. .. -- .
i6tova .t41iui io A.e coroused Sunday morning worship servl- I- C 0
.hei l A'5 pntlf.' ly ces thbousrhout. ent-The. tnnon rr1 Wr r SL.L.
av -ri L aIm a fd topics will be announced' each - r --
;hl their lvouac'daii +'' +" week. WlB
roximately 18 days, after which The sacrament 61? the TIrd's -uie
hey remain in one location fir- super-w.l be ofred.eah -.r. .-...._. ....
i similar period. dy;,.. ,,.Ia afternoon, except Oo9dFrl-A A l| s' ''
Dr. Schielula followed oae ofiday, between 4:30 Ond 5 o'clock UP ,IIIIC .
see coloniesh from. eb 12 to The Good Friday service will be Hr.... .g ue, o .
une 8, as they mnirated across conducted at 4:30v .m "'.l o tr h Leergusfnt Sr.,fori r
most of the eastern aa1 .01 Ba- employee of the Marine Bur.A
ro Colorado lslaad Those who On Sunday evenings through- and well-known Canal Zone VF
re familiar with rain for.I-jun- Out tbMe AInt.eAeat three del- I ldnt,-died-Feb. 1 -In.-O-ronad;
iles wilulurecia6 tUe-dbivculty eowsip meetings wlUl be con.p to new r
Df thii, uots~iS ".ipbivouac ducte -. The. Junior Fellowship ondag
s formed by the eliglg tQgeth IW .
r of theant, auar to to e 7
warming of bes.. Wthin tbis Eyes Of The Llw lg
mass ot nundr, of. t1ou1aniso, ofm Oif L
Ling ants, the a een,. eggs and GA N'Y,. eb.23(I
ub a e .e e. 4-Charles La, lez, 48 ,un#any ad ;-- e O
unlike the Maflouttlnl an D s,' ,nit00bt d ilrt4 15
e EaltonsB require lUvingflood- f wt"en'the operator ea the e t i eiil-wh
^' Eu LAetagBTa^- 9noP. Mra. wesW Lai", 1d a te untll his retirement in 192k3
r ot the ..ama ana1 ural wa poalstve Ot' tt nAsdentt- Since leaving the isthmus,
[js~ory Bociq^ty ret~ d ty "becau.sef 1tbmthe ettl tiand Mrs. F hVe bp
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Citebll G be held 't the Balboa YMCA.
Eqya Vae.O Tea USO at 9 t.m. and7 p.I. next
Tls CrtotaI Wmans C lub hMonday. The subject of this les-
held a deligtful VaMdtie Silver son will be the making of corsag-
Tea on Sa ray afternoon at the es Materials for the corsages
R44 Caoss building in Cristobal. can be secured at the class ses-
sion, or sutdents may bring mas-
Mrs. George Roth, president, Lerials which they have availa-
and Mrs. Arthur Logan, first vice ble.
president, received the guests. Students Atre requested to bring
The hall was beautifully decor. their scrap books and baskets of
ated with floral arrangements of equipment to this class in order
a valentine motif and the Indivi- to show. that they have assem-
6dul tables Leld nosegays of red lled the necessary tools.
and white flowers, arranged by
Mrs. Clive Lewis. Preparations are being made
for the Flower Show on Monday
The tea table, held a lovely con- March 7 at which time every stu.
terplece of red and white earns- dent plans to enter an arrange-
=ans decorated with red hearts ment in each of the following:
and laee doles. Ladies presiding cut flowers, fruits and vegeta.
at the tea table were: Mmes. bles, dried and exotic.
Tracy White, H. Leignadier, Fritz
Humpheys Julia Eillani R. A. .
Koperski, tfanley Kldd, a r y Walter Winchell
Eno, Rase: De-Boyrie, M. A
Cooksin, Perry Fran y, A. J. Me- (Continued from Page x)
Lean and William Thornton. Mrs.
R. W. Rulblli served puseh.
across the mouth, and then re-
Co-ehairman for the tea werI placed on the lap."
Mrs. G. N. Enkelke and M r s. And then 4rab for the pertaters!
Marion Taylor. They were assist- --
ed by the January Social commit-
lea and members of the board, The major event tonight at the

A special guest attending the
tea was Mrs& P. W. Gerhardt.
mother of Mrs William Grady.
Door prins donated by Shaws.
Bombay Bazaar and French
Basaar, were won by Mrs. D. E.
Fogle. Mrs. Alta Montgo m e r y,
Mr. F. A. Robinson and Mrs.
M. A. Cookson.

Seea d Red Of Movie
0u Bible To Se Shown
Ttoperrow At Gatun
The Gatun Union Church will
present the second reel of "Our
Bibe-How It Came to Us," ot-
morrow at I p.m.
Just before the showing of the
picture there wtl be a songfest
an light st$hm ts wlll be
rved afeft in the church
'asemqpt. ,. ^,
'lwer Show Approaebes
The Anal classes of the current
'lower Arrangement Course will

Persian Room in the Plaza: Mats
& Hari. danzera, and musical com-
eoy's Ann Crowley . Today is
th2 101st Birthday of McSorley's
Old Ale House on E. 7th, a real
N.Y landmark Happy Birthdayl
. .Joni James' newly, "How Im-
portant Can It Be?" Is selling 200,-
000 weekly. It may be her 5th
million-seler . Attention, Sug-
.irless Sugar Daddies: Gimbels'
basement offers fur collars at only
a dime each . Dean Parker
(MGM records) Is mending after
being virus'd out of a teevee show
. . Valentine we forgot to send:
No matter woat price you' pay for
Love it's still a Bargain . Sin
on a road in a Long Island Ceme-
tery: "Don't Drive Carefullyl"
Grace Downs models put false eye.
lshes on their dawg Nobody
can figure how one scene in"'Bat-
Ue Cry" 1g by the censors Two
Marines us. vary familiar sign-
language to dnj (delted ,bg the
editor) . Newspaperman'sa defi-
nition of an also-ran: A guy who's
the, first to deny a story if he isn't'
the first to get it.

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aimpaive expreion.
S#O 1 7Originally, Rpbert. was iflud.
S0SB L l S IS y C V pa er Ad Mfan ed in both counts of the indct-
ConressM eTo h OLLY JT dKanbasoCity Paper, Ad Manre the tr

wire .. opened, Judge Duncan ustaine
C n "vice 0 My .DR a government motion for dismu-
amI.W irll 1 .iI Convicted UOn Monopoly Rap .al of the charges agait Rob
ambinp IMM I So Trv. I -WIO erts.
CHICAGO, Feb. 23 (UP) -- o -- e--.-fp
ltThega clm H by Eakin@ a4h of -------- KANSAS CITY. Mo., Feb. SS was based, carries a $5.000 fin
Delegates of ur the American Ba (UP) A federal district court o neach count and In the case of ==T
A d. today urged o ress to -- jury late today convicted the:an individual also one year in V i9m i
ame" thmb -call to relieve corn- OLLYWOOD -(NEA) --Guys pto TV ad ..... stage. Aa Kansas City Star of monopoli- jail on each count.
munican carriers from po- and Dolls: An Emmy award, .s& all going to help e et ion and attempt to monopo- The trial began Jan. 17. Tea- Da3 Maihw Nd at
sIblo criminal or civl damages please, for a movie queen who be. learn a great deal more as hisklze the dissemination of adver- timony was taken from 91 gov- Dardn MGOrtiny. NOW at-
for compliance with the law. .ame television's champion quick. ;calt." f ing and news, and convicted ernment witnesses and from 16 iwastnm i 0nlow pricw.
The deleg ates adopted a reso- change artist. ANN. BAXTER IS playing the the Star's advertising director, defense witnesses. Bedroom, Dining Reom and
lution which called for an a- And mayoc a special award for sexiest role ut her career in "The mil A. Sees, of attempting to' Both Sees and Star President Living Room Sets.
mendment whlch would require hber zipper waxer. Spoilers"' with disciplinpd hips, nor monopolize. Roy A. Roberts were in the
interstate communication car. "Wthout the zipper 'waxer," Joar mal breathing and no open-mouth' Sees was found Innocent of courtroom when the verdict was Productos de Madera, S. A.
riers to discontinue or refuse Caulfleld laughs ."I couldn't have looks. ,the second count of a federal in- returned. muan by, Rob t Cowea
service If notified by law-en- done It. me." Not that A n:n e has anything dictment return dTan. 0, 1953. I Sees reddened and appeared, d -.SetwM &..avM .
forcement that their facilities Maybe you've been amazed, too, against Marilyn Monroe or the Mo The verdict was the climax of shocked when his conviction wai Fifth Ave. rre
were being used for gambling at Joan's frequent and fast ward- roe carbons i.round Movietown. a five-week anti-trust case announced. Roberts retained an .. h on -2_30a
purposes. robe changes on her live, half-hour "It's just that I believe we've brought by the government .a-____
The proposed amendment 'My Favorite Husband" show. The been hitting the public on the head against the newspaper and Sees.
specified that "no damages, average four to a program and in, with too much sex appeal," she The tury deliberated four hours ,
penalty or forfeiture, civil or elude her one-maute, 18-second says. 'Actresses who swisn around and 22 minutes after receiving I
criminal, shall be found against change from a casual dress to a and give deliberate readings to the case.
any common carrier for any act complete ski outfit including boots. their lines oiJy succeed in boring I Federal District Judge Richard igl
done in compliance with any That's a record even for television., audiences. Sex should be more tha M. Duncan gave the defense five u
such notice." ..egular 30-second changes for Joan that. I'd rather call it feminity. days in which to file a motion /* .
The delegates previously had are standard stuff. ,, for a new trial, and also it may
approved the main bill, which "It's like a football play," Joan Walls Anne: All this hip-swing. submit briefs which Duncan said
would restrict transmission of grlni, "except that my backfeld ing Is old haL It's a horrible insl he would consider. The Star's le-
gambling information. is always In motion. If you think to women that we can't be more val staff said the motion would
The group also urged CongressMK. Moeioe wiggles, you .should subtle. like to think that we be filed immediately.
to undertake a "complete re-' see I e changing clothes. I start have more tricks up our sleeve Duncan excused the Jury after
examination" of the Harrison' rpplg when I hit the stage nan the obvious." the defense declined his offer to .'.
Act with a view to strengthening wlip., Not that Anne has anything take a poll.
federal anti-narcotics regula- Three CBS wardrobe gals h.Ip ..hainst Mar;yn Monroe. D
tons. No specificrecommenda- .Toan with the quick changes in Well, somebody better duck if I Duncan still has under advise-i
tons were made, however. otherss especially designed for TV I'ey ever meEt. ment a defense motion for a dl-
I At the same time, it approved by Bud Perkins. All of the backs ANTHONY QUINN HAS a worry reacted verdict of acquittal for
resolution calling for confer- have full 36-inch zippered openings frown over reports that he and Sees on both counts of the in-
ences with the American Medical nd before every sow a wardrobe Maureen O'Hara clashed over bil- dictment.
Assn. to explore the question of woman waxes the zippers for light. Ing and other matters during film- The judge told newsmen he /St. Legur
the narcotic drug traffic. Thenin'-fast is rin Mexicj of Budd Boetticher's till can sustain the motion de- gr
question of making aoint stud Marvels oan: "I've never gone 'e Magnificen Matador." jplte Sees' conviction on the one
question of making a jfint sudYs w count by t ur As aidW a a they talking ab
was referred to the American Bar M e My Favorite Zipper ay Quin t. hee nou a wor bad any idea when he may rule hl
Foundation, a non-profit oranl- DDe a better title for the show fight with O'Hara over billing? She non the motion. d.unan said
nation created to supervise legal AmDD o the list of Ho llwood cn have everything she wants ConvStion fnr volation of the No. they're nonttalking about the Sale. They're diswusing
regulations. rebe headed by Marlon 0 from m e. For my money, she s hormnAiti r f v At o Burrougb's Gin. People who know just h6w god really
The delegates also a proved eMoeaded by l ar. n Br the most underestimaed girl in the government's ca oolwasyfor Bur sbec i
resolution recommention hat d Acting in ovetow for the firsthesaadof qu dis d. It is this extrarefinement that makes Burrough's
in split-session-three days in t me in two years in "The Braas J. Carrol Naish is still combing m re-establishing myself as a Gn soft, mooth and clean to the pale.
in Y ondtwo days ino- 1nag, Farley's as apt a anotttot8"e'ot........... h characaken "n, Burro 's Gi Jw rts
New York and two days n Lon- to Broadway or Europe- television's late but not lamented character actor of many parts. N Delicious ken plain, Burrough's Gm p eeps it
don. The 1956 convention will be th s where he's been-for ,othLuigi ou of his hair. More accents for a while And no place" In even the most delicate cocktails.
held at Dallas, Tex. tw hnth mlm An Irish.American of many ac. more Lulgis ever." ,ivl,. ....
Earlier today, the House of er two years when the film com ccnts, Naish plays his first non- 1 14Ja.Yia I INai 1-N IG I1-B0
Delegates nominated B. Smythe lis career blueprints mav cost accented role in five years as l Short Takes: MGM is dusting w.TTR OU nfw g'*, '
Oambrell of Atlanta as pres-him top ratingonfan magazine- gangland boss m in "New York Con. of' "Reunion in Viennai" fora re- i IIiH 1' i .
.- -- nnnrvopularity olls, but he ar us 'dentai.r .nake. Will it be cai.d "Re-Re.- tU U B1, U U SlasJ4
ident-elect of the AB. "l p i uty ee "Luige h wce ion Vienna," I w er? . ..--
r t the o vitl ar e e la t lme-a. .Ate ac ar i d Pearl Morgan a T r. .
er than the movie star. We'll be IItal-an. After 20 years in Holywoo Pearls" with Virginia Mayo. i I us..1 1USOUsA m-s LI.. & 1& 1 iU"iLLT..
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7 eliqt Woman

WhAo eoLr1S Scta
In the days of the lacy morning
cap and the key basket, women
felt that their linen press, however
high it was mounded with sym-
metrical piles of towels a nd
sheets, was incomplete unless it
exuded a suitably modest but pen-
etrating aroma.
To this end they stitched away
ir-aceful twilights, making sachets
of ends of ribbon and scraps of
dress fabric. A tiny bag of laven-
ner organdie, secured, with the
daintiest of stitches, went into the
drawers with bloomers and corset
covers, though. the ladies concern-
ed would never have thought of
them in such forthright terms.
Even today. a woman can dig
out those elbow gloves for the first
time in years and find a yellow-
ing sachet folded in, the product
of some childhood rainy-day pro3-
Sachet is still a lovely custom.
It is safe, feminine way of Impart-
Ing a %cent to lingerie and linens.
For those who enjoy sewing, It's
an enchanting way to use up
scraps of elegant fabric.
For those to whom sewing is
something of a task, there are
ready-made cutouts, originally in-
tended for skirt appliques, t h at
make up into sachets with ease.
A set of sachets would be a per-
sonal and inexpensive shower or
wedding gift.
For those who enjoy carrying a
scent right through-matching tol-
Ih t water, cologne stick and bath
powder- there is now also a bot-
tled sachet powder. Made by a
well-known beauty-aid manufactur-
Ir, the powder is jusit right to
sprinkle between the fabric scraps
and stttch In.


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However. Lopez opened a cut teams in the league. Jack Suth-
over the pennsylvanlan's left eye erland has collected an out-i
I n n midway in the opening round tsanding team to play the Cone-
Sand rina physician Max Tsword Jos this Saturday night. Wanting
baited the fight at the close of to keep the All Star's record in-
the second round. The United tact, Sutherland has selected the
k|I I EPress score card had Lopez a- dream team of any Teen Age
head 12-10 at the end of two. manager. NEW and attracti collar with Im iuabe French fretl
Lopez. with an eye on Eastern With Bateman, J. Durfe, cord-dge sttching. Ist eIa.
SCOTCH WHISKY TV rings. waged a vicious battle wills. Pitman, Chase, Nufite. the
of left and rifht upoercuts and, All Stars have six men batg And no wonder The new Arrow DART is styled in comfort
by the end of the first round, well ber 00, with Bateman to suit today's modern ma. With its amo wriem ar
,su, had the flight opened up slightly. clobbering toe old horsehide at to suit today'. modern man. With its fanoni non-wrinkle collar
? see"~%w~, "~,., Baseat, armer interim teath- well otf.r 3, with cord-edge stitching. fashionable French front, and anchor.
..N.. Anumb.Aer wem i cha nder mor The oll -oi SiM a. a- s stitched button, the new Arrow DART leads the field in fashion
crown-taed several jarring les Haivras. meaps: features. Tailored .i quality
~_G *UCHAMAN a CO. LTD. oLASGOW. SCOTLAND blows dukng the first round but pittmn., Dwrfee,--T. broth thi riht whit
.- ... ... .. was no match for the sharp- John Chase. Pum M.WUll.broactoth this tyic-riht white
shooting Camllfran. rigan. Webb. elady. Paloi: shirt bears the "SAxRoEitZ D"
SAGE1 CAS W. H. DOEL, S. A. I e ggi at Memortal Audi- Curdta, BhaDtler, Bartr,w s- laWd-ht cw't shria out of It
Storiumr wiase 1 1. a new record entire. ** .
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Puerto Rican May Get Eleven Horses Greenberg Says 12 gned

Return Shot At Gavilan Entered For Indians 'No cause For Alarm'

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Bobby Rosado, welterweight champion of Puer- O.ne dManOger Hank Orn-
wet,,. berg adtoday he saw "no cause
to Rico who is scheduled to meet Joltin' Joe Brown Top weight at 12 pou he
of New Orleans in a ten-rounder at the Colon Arena e cha pion Maing zRoad an o nacha
trackchampion, Main Road and r6 Andlean League cham-
March 6, is scheduled to arrive at Tocumen airport he Stud Montelimar's staprn io e d Indians have to terms
via P.A.A.9:30 Saturday night, it was learned today. a e,Atyos. willn lead a sel't "Thedy" .a holdouts until
The Brown-Rosado contest hasSaddlerfor theworld 26ound Aras Paredes Classic, MarcPACIFIC TTL LEGLT waked. alumo nd oguen o G uni
been set for e a w eight lim it of cha mpi on sh iIpFriday n ight. n i P PA CIFIC LITTL E nd'EAG lT E walked.r Palum bo and G oguen -i d s o aMa ch," -r-eenbergt
been set fpounds.. which means that Walter Halenas, Mario Terry. Formerly the Speed Classic. Team Standing 2nd Half were both truck out, but not rig negotiate until that
146 pounds.. will be givhich means the haro lit Espirituano (who the event is an annual feature won ost Pet. before Jmy brought the fans time"
classy Rosadoe will leas t an eight- e d Young Finnegan) Les- at the local track honoring the Seymour Agency ... 0 1 000 to their feet with a line shot to .
clpound asy llosado an the weights.Jo ter Felton and Emerson Butch- memory of the late great sport- ibraltar Life .... 0 0 000 right field that was foul by Highly-louted rookie pitcher
pound pumake re the n138. er were beaten by Rosado in ,man. politician and gentleman Lincoln Life ...... f 0 Oil inches. Herb mcore and rookie out-
Meanwhile. a Caracas news- his last five outings, of the same name. HPolice ............. 0 .000 The lone run of the gartm was fielder Joe Caffle asime their
paper this week sad that neg- Jnitin' Joe meanwhile, con- The race is a test of speed and pur Cola ........ 0 .000 scored in the last of the sixth, eontraoie yaterdav but Green-
paper tions are underway for a tinues his training today. Brown will go over the shortest distance !Elk 1414 ........ 0 1 .000 With the. bases loaded and two berg's "h Yisted llst" Inenlud
return bout between" osado wants to be in top condition for run by imported horses at Juan -- out, Rusty Fields came in to ed imeIk lym b as A. L. bat-
and Kid Gavlla in thetwen- the tough opponent will be meet- Franco, six and one-half lur-' Seymour Agency 7. Elks 1414 0 pinch hit for Burza and deliver- nd cbO na Bobby Ai. L. ba,
and Kid Gavilan durin the latter ing because he says.. don't longs. Seymour Agency tangled witl ed the goods, with a squeeze sligger I*.rry Doby, 23-game
part of March probably on fool around with the big boys." the Elks in the curtain raiser o,bunt. Paul Ebdon had Iwo hits winner E Wnn nd out-
part of March a p imal --- The purse offered is $5.001 and the second half of the Pacific in three trips for the Police, with fielde'.ItWa11v Westlake, Dave
the program in which Isma for each horse that goes post- Little League. The game was Fea- Jim Palumbo picking up the on- Phille aS'Dale Mitchell.
Eal little against Cotefe tohi n ders wards, an entrance fee of $i touredd by the heavy hitting of their ly other binele allowed by Mel. I Greenberf pointed out that
Little agaon.t Co to Jack charged. The total added amount Insurance aggregation and the For the Insurance men. Bud winning a pennant often entails
on. Toes to the owner of the winner. one-hit oitchinR of stocky Fred- Wainlo had a double and single naiyln the- price of prolonged,
Fir st I I /eam The entries: dile Huddleston in three, while Mel Fieldq and negotiations with stars the fol-
1. Main Road ............ 122 Huddleston had a no hitter Jules Damiani had a double and lowing spring.
T r B _! T i =XM 2. Atys ................... 122'going into the next to the last single back to back in the sixth.
To-- Benin Traininq 3. King's Prize ........... 113 inning when Elks' right fielder -- "We had one of the highest
O5.HN AL. Feb. 2 4, Amrlo ...............113 Hern drilled a sharp single past In one of the most enjoyable payrolls in baseball last year."
IMOiNTREAL. Feb. 23 fUP) 5. Mirzatoats ............. 110firstbase. for the only safety A- ball games played this season, he said. "For this year. we've got
The. Rcmond -idersr will be _6- Alormina .. ........... 110 against Huddleston. However. the Coca Cola Bottlers won a still a bigger one. We've made
the first Internadtinal L eaeue 7. Relampago II ......... 106 Huddleston did gain a shutout close one from the Little Mottas. fair offers to all the players. But
team to beg in spring trainin- 8. .Taquimao ........... l4 and chalked uo 11 strikeouts The final score was 4 to 3. Mot- some of them some of the
for the 1m 955 season when their Surplum ............ 104 While Huddleston wss keeping tas scored one in each of the ones who haven't signed vet --
1 frsuad assembles at Sanford In. valley Star ...........: i-1 the 1,odgemen away from the first three innings and Coca Co- think they should be getting more
Fla. March 7. league headquar- 11. Barge Royal .......... 10 plate, the Insurance boys nicked Il scored one in the second and than whe think they deserve."
Floaters announced today. eEd Bleakley for eight hits which three in the third.
ters announced today. were good for seven runs. Brs-' The Batimore Orioles,
Seven of uhe eight clubs, In wells Swamp ter MeGowin was the big gun J Pitching for the Coke boys. meanwhile, announced that
Seven of the eight clubs ire- with two booming doubles and Johnnv Cronan showed good, Chuck Dieriqw. a fine defen-
places the Ottawa Senators, next In line was the winning t.form In limiting his ononentsntereldr but a it
will train in Florida in prepa- churker who contributed two' to runs and 6 hits. The s xth, center, d e t ter a light
ration for the league's 72nd Casanova I Wice; singles to hs ,own cause. inin .saw t desperate r, h riome to terms aold
consecutive season. Havand The big disappointment oT the trying to score the tih n rdn. htl owner of fe Wshlth. -verton cld
will train at San Cristobal in ame was the mear crowd that no aai. With "Seedv Al-i tors renorel that he n ny
the Dominican Republic. me mo W attended.Little League is not berl on thi by virtue ofua qieere are "only a fewo n-
only for walk and two stolenn bases. Louis r ,"e
Three new managers will be only for the hoys but affords r"-Ima e a f o uy ea ar lve
I] on hand for the campaign: Nick laxation to the adults. It Is the French made a fine ]avy of anart." Sievers hit 24 hme
on hand for the campaign: Nict been runs last sepn tn st a new
Cullop at Columbus; Greg Mul- cheapest form of entertainment, Bsecond ano's bid first to end the record for a Washington play-
leavy at Montreal. and Danny STANDINGS because there is no admission second game frt to end th er.
Carnevale at Buffalo. Aticante Twilgh Bcaseball charge. Furthermore, the voun- a;ome. t teb r. ov
Won Lost Pct. steers appreciate the support of: Rabble Moreland also ith.hed
IwomngLolrootings. I a six-hitter, but unfortunately 'Mantle brother Of Mick". lilt
OCullop, who managed the Bal- a,2 0 1000 rooting spectators.the Coc Cola b c double and two singles in three'
timore Orioles in the Interna- d ls ........... 1 .6 Filled stands add more color theeCo of em Ioysn Ink p tri to the late to leai the
tional League, heads the 42nd Pwells .......... 6 0 6000 'and enthusiasm to the game. here the m s iore e run"i "Ralnh Houks" to a 4-i win over
club to hold an International ....... 0 0 000' Why not, make it a habit to come where they st ored their 3 rn ore Stirn le n
JOLTIN' JOE BROWN League franchise. Columbus was Casanovas ........0 3 000out and give vocal support toi nd arengby ox players oevtne .vnn ...n t. -New York
admitted to the league after thhe ttthe he little fellows on the diamond r whra for th Yankees rookie school.
A little more than a yearagowithdrawal of Ottawa because of wells s If you do not have a boy n the
fillodifficultie. Powells 14. 22 Casanovas 6, 4 lea-gue, come out and cheerfoniMottas. Douglas Alberga led the
Davilan knocked out Rosado in financial difficulties. Thursday's Game (7 p.m.) Ma-ghelhorsm'ounster er i t parade. He had a perfect day
the eighth round after a savage Mulleavy succeeds Max ells v the neighbors' youngster. Or with a double end two singles" .'
battle in which the fight was con, now at St. Paul. and Car- PowellsVC.H.S. you have not seen a title league in three trips to the plte.singles
scored even at the end of seven nevale replaces Billy Hitch- B Trvor game come out and you will be The Coca Cola bottlers have t ek
frames, cock. now a Detroit TB Trevor Simons pleased at the calibre of baseaIve. ,
ramSince losing to the K o- coach. Dt Ter The Casanovas nine returned ball played shown real promise in their last
since losing to the Kid. Ro- coach. .inin to their old "first half" orm Elk 144 Ab R few games, so if they can find s/
sado has a six fight winning Sites of the I L raLnin. Sunday aftMoon at Mt. Hope 14Till 3 0 0 some able reolacements for two S l
streak going for him. the last camps and the opening dates.:St adiu ed as a possible dn cf ............ 0 of their veterans. Loute and
five in Ban Juan. Puerto Rico. Buffalo. Lakeland, Fla., March contender .en. with reinforei- Stouor 2bA .........2 0 0 Worden French, they will have fn '
Rosado's overall record is 45 vic-i 10: ColumbIu Wgburg., .IA, ntalhey dropped a clor 2 t Devoe- A........... 2 0 0 to be watched in the second half
tor 21 losses, two draws. He March 16 Havatna, n .Cristo-' e ai.o dNa the tl aj ulaks ............. The Atlantic Little Leaue re-
hall up 22 of his ,vins via de bal, March 1: W eal, Ver ~as udd 4ullins-B ...........1 0. a grets thelransfer 6fMr. French;
K.O. te. .Beach, Fla., Marli ;. Richaar ts t teams and became Bt l............ 0 manager of Coca Cola. However.
S" 'O .- '0nond, Sanford, Fla. March 7~te mauled'vitirns of a 14 to 6 Bleaklnp 3 ........... 3 0 0 his able coach, Wendel Cotton.
Rosado's record, despite his 21, Rochester. Deland. Fla.. March and 22 to 4 whipping in Sunday ro ey ........... .. 0 0 will be n there filling his shoes.
losses is a ood one if it is, t ; Syracuse, Plant City. Fla, afternoon's twinbill with Pow- Crob If ........... 0 The captain's Wilder will assist
considered that his defeats have March 21 Toronto, Fort Pierce, lls. He rf ............ 1 0 1' him depending on which one
been suffered against top flight- Fla., March 11. ,rn rf t ..i.' ...... 2 0 has to take a panear through the,
era like Gavilan. Teddy "Red. Powells, first half champs, A-trcot for aja ninth Canal. when a game s schedul-
Top" Davis. one of the better .Three of the sites are changed/ collected a total of 2 hits for B-G ne out for Brightn e.
featherweights for the ast eight from last year. The Cubans their afternoon's work, 12 of y A\ .en
years, has won 55 bouts, lost 47 trained in 1954 at Merida Mex.: which came in the first game Huddlesto. p.. n p 3 1
and had three draws. Despite Toronto at Haines City. Fla.. and and 19 in the nightcap. ous De- Boatwrih rf ...... 1 2
this record, Davis meets Sandy Rochsater at Daytona Beach. deaux. who almost had to leave Allen lb .....
Sthe ame when he was hit hard Morris as ........... 3 1 1
In the head by a thrown ball in K. Pearl 2b.........3 0 1
the first inn int of the first game, Mccowin .........
went on to collect 3 hits to pace Dubbs 3b ...........3 0
-i. Ais team in that game. Brockman f ........... 2 1
D t-e aStan 8mith had a perfect day C o f a.l 2 r
at the plate in the "Field Day" ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
nightcap. Stan had 3 for 3 while Mutual of Omaha and the
.Arnold Manning also Joined in Police Pals tangled Saturday
. on the fun qnd got himself 3 bin- afternoon in what turned out to '
gles in 5 tries, be a real pitchers duel. Mel
~-Fields turned in his finest per-
t Both right-hander Vince Ridge formatice, thus far, giving uo ,
t'.' and lefty Bill Bell tossed com- lust three hits and one walk. In
S plts games for the winners, defeating the Pals by a score of
,Rid e marking up his third win 1-0.
Sof te year and Bell his second The loss for the Police now l
two tries. Neither have lost. puts them in a tie for first place
1 IGibson took the afternoon with the Coco Solo Braves. Each
off from his usual pitching of these teams has one game
S chores, but kept busy on the in- to play.
-'J field and at the plate with 4 hits The disappointing factor in a
for 6 tries in the first game. game such as this one laid only
. in the fact that you can't have
%ey Lopes Scores matched Melpitch for pitch, un-

UpUI Jd d. TKO which was intentional.
vr PercyBassell threat to core in their half of

Fis SACRAMENTO, Calif.. Feb. 23 Ill the way to the centerfield
(UP) Joey Lopez, 132, West wall on the fly. Egeer flied out

com es Quality ,,,,.,oo,. g Fastlich- League
Most satisfying amongst good Scotch r o a i
Whiskies is "Black & White" with a haL to dorhdsi n rk an aggeour Neir
tradition for extri quality that makes it ter-punches from the inside as .0 Meet 4Ionei4s
the frt choice of th~ connoisseur. Basset. 130'4 Philadelphia, bored LUIelu l n
Distilled and Bottled in Scotland in the scheduled 10-rounder. hitters and the most effective most popular white shirt in the world
Diail~e an Bttedin colad. pitchers of all the _remaini.gshr tewol

Ralph "Diet" Dugas talked his
"Mama" out of a liberty card
and showed up at the Cristobal
Gun Club range on last Sunday
with blood In his eyes and ap-
nounced to the boys that he In-
tended to win the Hayden Me-
morial Skeet Trophy.
A few of the fellows, who.
don't know him tob well, believ-
ed the story and departed, but
a couple of die-hards like Windy
Sellers, Joe Kueter and some,
that came to shoot anyway de-,
cided to stick around and force
him to do It the hard way. Aft-'
er making good the boast, he'
called the "boss" for an exten-'
sion of leave In which to settle
his nerves with a bottle of Bal-
boa brew. I
Another trophy shoot Is sched-

ruled at this club for Wednesday,
March 9. It will be a trap, 25
yard handicap, shoot and wil de-
termine the winner of the cap-
tain Stewart Tropy.
Results of the -50 target. Hay-
den memorial skeet trophy shoot
as follows:
SKERT (56 targetV)
Ralph Dugas' 46
Joe Kueter 45
Windy Sellers 44
R. Casanova 42
Leo Anderson 41
Bill Clark 40
RoWland 13
'B1 Cronin 12
BKEET (1 target s.o
Leo Anderson 22
Joe Kpeter (4-10) ga) 20
F. H. Smith is
Tommy sellers, Jr. 11


Aeeeptiun General Care Pwt
allingU: Every FUtewm DWes feet
sa~u.: er wy a ay 2 ton
(GOlU V4=0 a A UA TN- -

VIL D *c CAY, C.


Roy Watson. Spur Cola infielder-pitcher, led the Pacific IWA
tie Leaguers in batting at the half way mark of the IM1 sea
with a healthy .483. Ralph Parker. Lincoln Life fkeidaer-pvtI ,
was the only other batter to climb into the charmed .400A
compiling a .461 batting average in 9 games. Watson also led f
runs scored with 16 and most hits, collecting 15.
Curty Schwarzrock was tops in the lugging department with
four home runs, one with the bases loaded. Curty ranks fo6urtk
in the standings with a batting average of .382 right behind Ji
Ptill in third slot with a .392 average.
Buster McGowin had the dubious honor of leading in whift
with 10 and Vic Dubols proved to be the "most patient" at the
plate working the pitchers for 9 bases on balls.
First Half 1955 Season
Players-Team Games AB R H BB SO Pet.
R. Watson Spur Cola ... 10 31 16 15 4 3 .43
Parker Lincoln Life . 9 26 7 12 5 0 .401
Prill Spur Cola. . . 10 28 3 11 7 1 .$
Scnwarzrock Spur Cola. . 10 34 14 13 2 2 .348
Crook Lincoln Life. . . 8 21 4 8 2 1 .U
Dubols Lincoln Life. . 10 25 9 9 9 3 .378
Morris Seymour Agency. . 10 29 5 10 1 1 .31
C. Corrigan Seymour Agency 4 3 1 1 1 1 .310O
J. Watson Spur Cola. . 10 34 14 11 .3
Bleakley Elks 1414. . . 10 25 2 8 1 3 .320
Buwman Lincoln Life. . 8 13 3 5 1 2 .807
Rager Gibraltar Life. . 10 286 8 2 4 .307
Roe-Police. . . . 10 29 6 9. 1 .303
McElhone Lincoln Life. ... 9 17 5 5 5 1 .294
Adams Gibraltar Life. . 10 28 3 8 1 2 .25B
S. Allen Seymour Agency. 10 28 6 8 4 6 .286
Nessler Lincoln Life. . 6 7 3 2 $ 0 .285
McGowin Seymour Agency. 10 21 5 6 5 10 .285
Dilfer- Spur Cola. .. . . 10 18 4 5 5 7 .277
K. Pearl Seymour Agency.. 10 29 1 8 0 1 .275
T. Bright Elks 1414. . . 10 22 4 6 2 2 .272
Priester Police . .... 8 22 1 6 1 7 .272
Brandon Gibraltar Life. . 9 2 5 7 1 2 .269
L. Corrigan Elks 1414. 9 23 1 6 0 4 260
Bassett Lincoln Life. .. .9 15 3 4 3 4 .260
White-Lincoln Life. . . .9 15 1 4 0 3 .280
Caldwell Spur Cola. . . 10 31 5 8 1 2 .258
Jordan Lincoln Life. . . 8 15 3 3 3 3 200
Potter Police. . . ..... 9 16 0 4 5 3 .250
Rathgaber- Spur Cola . . 10 34 7 # 6 .235
Engelke Lincoln Life. . 9 26 3 6 3 .230
Dubbs Sevmour Agency. . 10 24 3 5 5 2 .209
Chase-Spur Cola.. . . .. 10 31 11 8 5 6 .205
Bradshaw Lincoln Life. . 8 15 1 3 1 3 .20Q
Browder Police . . ... 8 15 0 3 1 4 .200
Juckson Gibraltar Life. 10 16 0 3 2 4 .187
Steiner Gibraltar Life. . 10 22 5 4 6 5 180
Animiratti- Police . ... 10 25 6 4 2 1 160
Dehlinger Police. . . 9 19 1 3 0 4 .140
Snyder Gibraltar Life. . 10 25 5 4 5 7 .160
L. Brockman-Seymour Agency 10 28 2 4 1 4 17 8
Camby Elks 1414. . . . 9 20 5 3 8 .150
Bettis Police. . . . 5 7 3 1 4 0 .143
Huddleston Seymour Agency 10 28 4 4 4 4 143
B. Brockman Seymour Agency 5 7 0 1 0 2 .14
Bowen Spur Cola. . . . 8 15 1 2 4 .133
Hutchinson Gibraltar Life. 10 23 4 2 6 3 .126
Beck Lincoln Life. .. . . 10 1 2 2 2 6 .125
Tillev Elks 1414. . . .. 5 8- 1 1 0 3 1
Buatwright Seymour Agency 10 27 3 3 2 1 111
Pajak Elks 1414 .. . ... 10 19 3 2 5 6 .105
Barnes Police. . . . 9 20 2 2 5 5 .100
Mullinsa- Elks 1414. ...... 9 20 0 2 2 6 .100
Stoudnor-Elks 1414. . . 10 21 8 8 I .099
Wilson Gibraltar Life... 9 23' 2 '2-0 87
Ward LincolnLife. . . 9 12 1 1 -2 2 0
ElHot-1-.Pllo4 .'-. .. T 13 I !"11 rl',2 1 ; .7
Marquard Gibraltar.Life... 10 27 8 21 5 4 .074
Klipper Police. ;. . 7 16 -0 -2 4 .082
Lambert -, Lincoln -Life. . 10 28 4 1 3 S .05
Baudry Elks 1414 .. . 3 5 0 0 1 4 .000
Biirtpn Elks 1414. . . . 5 8 0 0 0 4 .000
Brown Police. . . . . 4 7 0 0 0 4 000
Callea -'Sevmour Agency. . 1 0 0 0 1 0 .000
Cmrlson Seymour Agency. 6 7 .0 0 2 1 .000
T. Corrigan Police. . . 5 12 0 0 5 .000
C'awford Police. . . . 2 2 1 0 1 2 .000
Cross Elks 1414. . . . 5 9 1 0 1 3 000
DeVore Elks 1414. . . .. 9 18 3 0 5 6 .000
Dempsey Police. ... . 4 8 0 0 1 4 .000
D. Ebdon Gibraltar Life. . .000
Edmondson Sour Cola. . 3 1 0 0 0 1 .000
Farnsworth Elks 1414. . 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Hanna Gibraltar Life. . 2 3 0 0 0 0 .WO0
Herns Elks 1414. ... . 10 12 4 0 7 6 .000
Hermannv Gibraltar Life. 1 1 0 0 0 0 .000
High Gibraltar Life . . 2 2 0 .0 0 0 .000
Jovner Lincoln Life . . 6 4 2 0 4 0 .600
Keiglev Spur Cola . .... 2 1 0 0 0 0 .000
Lombana Gibraltar Life. . 2 4 0 0 1 3 .000
Mallory Seymour Agency. 3 4 0 0 0 3 .0
Orr Gibraltar Life . . .. 3 5 0 0 0 0 .
R. Pearl Sevmour Agency.. 2 1 0 0 1 0 .000
Perantle Spur Cola. ... . 5 5 1 0 1 5 .000
Pcrto Elks 1414. . . . 3 3 0 0 3 3 .000
H. Smith Spur Cola. . ... 3 3 1 0 1 2 .000
P. Smith Police . . ... 2 3 0 0 0 1 .000
Whitnev Spur Cola . . 2 1 0 0 0 0 O000
Zelnick Spur Cola. . . 8 13 4 0 2 2 .000

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ok a Sped Week Fantic


Rae ead or, 1 Parais Sports
Bigge tayton Beach Week .'
..:e at r. city, Feb. I, tw c .o the be ch., l g^. i^ 1h lcheoo held their
"- W- h -- "" annual eld ay at the Paralso'
(artry G I i s an vaealm ning. He easily could wind u1 playgrotad. There were track
y JIMMY BRESLIN promoting a stock ee race al ,a dIel., even oftbdll and
Gole s home, whel gi Is roa ting'llame. The'teachers defeat OCELOTS
w ,e RK- s(NoA) So w. i strong all-star team 9-7. i Takin fu
the sftis cn.a Ioot ackrin147, Fd i ance was vp l by Mills' 9
gpe re te F SOe this river In races put on by te RES LTa mane lls 12
ek'hsti a 10d to eA mo S osa Am0erlem Auomobile As so c I a- nug on o
revt orst i Fa. e tt td LBut O s 0-4 guy didn't hlikeso al trlt t vrid cor.y i
Fra-'sI ptadlatihe .Wayht.sswere run, so' he 1 Patr lIt'ehell. vctory in
'. mote peta than what W.ent out o his own, forming 2-Jean Davey u, tore I
e tes o.e d e there lastth present NAS CAR(NatioA a a 3-Mary Glasgow. the circuit
yegrol he saysi.oal imi t eI Associaoon foSt o r Car Ato to i batthi
ft ny te 4. igest rea t VI its e last year, t.he 1-M erv Tinen an d o s bu
Both. I ftgae ano to a e NASCAR group has be ome te 2-F ranc o o nd single
ther wto distaub me. Vate y bi. est sports promoting outfit -AlnhD o 1. a" sr.le.
out. I go to the beeh with asbelw the Mason Dixon line.I Yds. ir 2nd-3rd iad P For the.
bot ceigar and gIn ret to re Fiance. a low talker w ho sets r7 I.d..G.rov. eb-s s. F r the r
1i w hot hippeas' ay t uekly asing a a 1. month S-P. dves ha mm ered
shMers. 'oomrThy got l. phone bill sed v vrilMP 0 .3-lM. v- Day auemmy woiv
people We hs bea., all f 1get his businestu dme has turn&ll I ", Lava cause wir
i. sceanyay and a cOmi u sto k car racing, at best a wild- v S.k was the w
o rv on cat affa when heetk over, n- Yid. Boys 2nd-rd grade loser.
fo whee10. !ad shut mnato a butafa lg, wle ed rt 1-F. Warren Today t
tewou aho h Ie fdtWutmy oe oaakbsIea 51 DAt Inaws pat ;; ; g ewillt
see to cash in on his Insura south, r Scot. Girl...... 5 nl n for ot
It made te a aervoui wreck." His Speed Week is the yea r'ss 10 eda. Girls they cross I
What Goldle bad wanderedch l x. The three major races 2- Dixon the acaw. Duree
inte wts the N scoe Ste Wl draw the nation's top stock 3-E. Evans.ng the eMacaw
Wepk, the sixth edh o hof wip car drivers and the show they c ng the re
nold forth i a fIl ba-ldput an orawb somewhere around UT FOR SPEED-..This is the last time .. Week will be 75 .da. Boys 4-grade lomas G eor,
%010m1e at t fi ttbehely eotr. c 4cor
Co at the Iora city, 0Feb. 00 0 ctators to the beiAch-s be he- ea the sand track of Daft.na Beashu. .t has become 1-0. garro S I pitching, wras
&47.. .rack. so eft e ful, it will be held on new track next year. (NEA) 2-C, Philpotts Snodgras
Speed Week has .ecome swtk I_ ... s3-R. McQuInn.- the box
car auto racing's answer to In- They'll see morel than speed.- .-. cuny
oians o Is apd t h i s year B ill whacky races, however. Frane 0 1i"C Players
Fiuce's outit feels it has lIs has a few special gimmick k s, 1 Yds. Girls 5th-grade Corrigan, a
wildest how. which include a set of veteran 2- Semiper Loyelady, 2
Th bsi of this carnival qf motor ears, dating back to 190ION, Ow lo3 N urimerl can. [ll Reynolds. I
speed are three bi races. Thelin action. James Melton, the 3-.ur Wills p-lf
0it A- 100 Sportsmasinmper-car collector, has entered T I. g Hele. of
event ol Feb..25. T net d our f his sacleat prices la ts i- T I 10' ds. Boys 8th-grade Webb. T., c
France's b2a.lsateon has y V Aent. -H. Johnson Hall.rf
a $25-min le man and e jAs a contrast, foreign car fans 2-R. Wealey str.f
fted test. On Feb. 27th the 10-. get a chance to see their best in' 3 West. Priest. 2b
mile drand -National hcult a- action, with modern Allards, Fer. os CunninghaI
aent will be heli. raris, Jaguars and Mereedes rip- PACIFIC TWIIGHT EAGUE Garden Italian dinner. led the I100 ds. Girls 6th-grade gar
All ok the races will be run ping long t e bedeh. i 2ND HALF STANDINGS Womacks in the hit department. 2- Garnettl Totals
or the 4.1 -,mile course laid out Thes iE the last year however,I The box score: I--. Mamuels
on the city'f be4cb. A total oflthat the carnival will be held on Team Won Lost American Legion AB R H S-B. Maynard
$1,875 wiRN be distributed in the picturesque sand. Th e thing Womack Distillers ..... 2 0 1Halman, as .......... 4 2 3 160 Yds. Boys 5th-bth grade
D1sgs 0to winers, with the blg-lf as gotten too big for that, siAmerican Legion ..... 1 1 Pete Salas, 2b ......, 2 0 0 1-R. Yard Tubbs. ctf
beit chunk--p going to the next year France will hold them Lucky Strike .......... 0 1 Volx, 3b.......... 4 1 0 2-H. ~,est McNall, e
tip finishers of the Grand Circuft on a two ans a half million dol- 7461st Signal ........ 0 1 Raybourne, c ...... 4 0 0 3-C. Blades. Engelke, If
test, lar super speedway.. Horbelt, Ifcf ........2 1 i Laatz, l.b
Speed Week hs been. u dAt i The guy, you see, is only be- Thursday Night's Game Reyes, lb .... 4 0 0 100 Yds. Boys Class 8 McGriff. as
mnw anyway, the supreme touch g!nniag And that means Goldie 7461st Signal vs ucky Strike Dansby, rf ........... 1 0 a 1-l Forde Bateman, c
of Trance's operptiop. But If you never will take a vacation at Day. I The Womack Distillers edged Rowley, cf .......... 3 0 0 : 2-A. Bailey NuiAez. p
know the guy, h: h only begin- tona Beach. the American Legion 5 to 4 in Pablo Salas, If, rf .... 5 0 0o3-A. Evans.
...1_0 innings last night at Balboa Hinkle, p ........ 5 0 0 10 Yda. Boys Class A
Stadium to take over first place Womack Distillers -R! Pate
in the second half race. Scott, 2b ............ 5 1 2 2-0. Hindl
] rThe Whiskeymen had to come Hammond, as ........ 4 1 2 3-A. Titus.
b I [from behind in the bottom of GOluf, If ............4 0 22 d.Boy
the tenth to score two runs to McGlade, 3b ......... 5 1 li A B dse "
Swing after losing a two un lead Carlin, lb ........... 5 0 1 I-A. Ba ley
iin the fith tshseat aIhe game Pechette, cf ......... 5 0 3 2-A. Evans
into the eztra I hings. .erican Glavelli, rf .......... 4 0 0 -E. Forde
D ._etonha iono sad nthe top W. McKeown, c....... 3 1 0i. Yd. Boys CAA
p 6,. ....--'. .-- -.., -. --]o the n~scorug thaei run on Charles, p .........4 1 2 I-R. Pate
s' tm of a a squee z Score By Innings 1 2-. Hinds
Al lbehymadscub mmma.malas; t oes o -a in7th eitbotenth, American 1000200001-44 3-A Titus.

.. -tM4,6y, L "" 3-0. Allman.,
ryi~e~m *LQIto. rzht Pfie tin

the c lbin It1 to njo ntank Sea. FloydM c~ n rlhto send ciade to third. In Jo G
in the w iMingft a world chAmpioniN. "avelli t bat Ga bourne
bll.on had autce.edd_ Charley Ruffing, Spudei threw to Salas iit second o catch
Chandlpr. If onham ~nd Hank Borowy. Before them the ehette stlin and at Since 17
an Pehette stealing and when S- ince 17
da Big eewas composed of Ruffig, Monte Pearsonanlas dropped the ball after ak
n the thg McOlade scored HALLANDALE Fla. (NEA -
Now we find the Yankees going through that same old rug- standing up withthewinninr ackALLAN1745,DALE Fl. (NEAck of the
ged, exacting and even nerve-racking job of rebuilding the pitch- up w ack *n 1745, a race track of the
tng stiff, with Whitey Ford, Bob Grim and Bob Turley as the Sandy dlnkle made his first ,a warned that jockeys h"must be
outLtanding hopefuls. Ford, at 28, is the dean of this trio. start for the Legion and al- dressed in cap, silk jacket, pan.
It may be that the retirement of Reynolds will be followed though tourhedor 13 hlts kept- tlons and hall boot."
by J.Ioly San's goodby to competition. The veteran relief 'them -1at1fed and from the This astye itself hasn't
specialist once again Is confonted with the necessity of getting fifth through the ninth inning lgch.Today, there are othe thanolor-
a clearance from his General Motors connection at alnut Ridge, faced only sixteen men. Hinklel Today e, re sore than
Ark. struck out five and walked only sets of colors registered
The New 'York club is disinclined tp become Involved once one batter in his ten innin- Ith the Jockey Club.
again in obtaining this permission. In addition, Sain, who last inning route going job. The only colors which have
year climbed, into the 25.W061 as0, i being asked to take a u Charles went all he way vInth angeedare tnhse.of th
substantial reduction. for the winners giving o cl ths carried under ithe sad-
In short, the Yankees appear to be embarked, quite definite- four base hits while strildng out with black and occasional II y
ly. on the Youth in Pitching program, whidh George M. Wels fifteen but nine bases on balls red numerblack and oentifat 1 oy
last March cited as the most important reason for the ale of kept him In hot water through- marks during the post parade.
RaschL * ut the game. _______
Jerry Hllma nlied the Legion READY TO ROLL
WAHOO NOT LIKELY TO RENEGE ON RETIREMENT at the plate with three, hits in-
Ifour trips to win an Italian din- Indianapolis. Ind. (NEA)-- Na-
Baseball writers close to the Yankee situation are far from ner at the Atlas Garden and Bill tonal Champion Jimmy Bryan ha,
unanimous In acceptance of Reynolds'announement. Some be- Pechette with a triple and two entered this year's 500-ml AAA
lieve that his action ties In with a suit against an insurance singles, good also for an Atlas race.
company growing out of an injury to the pitcher's back in a bus .
accident Philadelphia in 1953.
However. I have no reason to doubt the bona fides of Wahoo's
farewell. r
Toe record books say Reynolds will be 38 years of age next
Thursday. But I suspect that he hau been guilty of a pardon-
able and, in baseball, widespread practice. It is my belief that
Adle lI nserint 40.
B Bepa of his age, his back trouble and a bad knee Reynolds
experi oed considerable difficulty In getting into pitching condi- -
tion last sasolk A hurler gets Into shape not so much by throw-
ing as by runaang, 1 ashagging flies. Wahoo could not do much i
o here was another tactormin Reynolds' decision to quit. He ..a l
has growing interests In the Oklahoma oU fields. And his dis-
like foe travelling, etW cheerles" hotel rooms around the circuit,
for being away fr b his family, had grown to the point at when -
it had sifeee ameealM Wbik.
In 1 after ,he d bo60am a target of criticism for having
hired J. Norma Lewis as the pisyers' lawyer, Reynolds received (,..
a lettp fro his mother. pldMng with him to leave' the dia. s- '"
M wle was very much disturbed b this appeal. He showed it / .^" ,
to me a"oldreflly. "I oiuld o as my mother asks. She

Reynpolds t about retirement with me last September.
He said, "0e it ys may be smre of, I never will- stl, around
merely to collect a pay eheek. The amniute I became convinced
that I no longer mg eapable of top effort, I will kiss the game
oodb 7. i 'i -4
hoa Bad h s m hon f gltorious tumph on the dia-
mond .asm ha ist,. JlM pt aItoP. And he suffered hib days
of pa In t j -
C Nowlen eaarn in April o0,
G-weith 'sa 5toover Washing-

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CHMIOLiT, 4-d.wr (sed, 1955

OP Tm? **@W., 1955

S- atom bomb that devastat
Ihima nearly a decadel
stroyeda telefflk
SImar l p eur
SMemorial. Museum, pr
- o irs. Walter H. Walker,
i CONTINUE ROMP wanders, It 0 0 0 0 0 e n SKo ker, ww.
ill advantage of Bob- Crook, rf 3 0 2 0 1
wildness, the Ocelots Schock, rf 1 0 0 0 0
runs in the first in- Thompson, 3b 3 1 2 0 0o Er mTR A
ir hitu and eight bases Stahl. 3b 1 0 2 0 I -' a'U'UtA
salt away their third Dubois, If-p 2 1 0 4 0 C E Ndl TAl Ri-l"A
the second half. Morris. 2b 3 1 0 1 0 WEEK-END RRLEA
ateman again hit for WEEK-ENIDR KLA
and added a single Totals. 25 13 8 I s THURSDAY 24
Ing average. Score by Inning I
rhompon also aided Pumas B 200 001- 3 Greatest American Irai
s cause with a triple Ocelots 1201 01x-14 since
in three trips to the Summary. Errors: Corrigan, "Gone With The WbI
Wills Priest. Runa',batted In:
Pumas, Joe Reynolds Lovelady Reynolds, Cunning-
out a home run and ham, BaLeman 4, Engelke, Mor- -
elady tried aiding the ris, McOriff, Nuflez, Thompson 4, NN M
two for two. Nufez Tabba. Two-base hits: Crook. Ill I
inner and Wills the Home runs: Reynolds. Thomp- **.
son, Bateman. Stolen bases: Cor- bw
he Palomas and Ma- rigan, Bateman. Left on bases: [
ry to keep in the run- Pumas 7; Ocelota 5. Bases on
he second half when balls off: Will 7, Lovelady 1, Nu-
bats at Fastlich Park. fez, Dubois 4. Strike-outs by:
will be the starter for Wills I, Lovelady 1, NufSez 7,'
s with T. Durfee do- Dubois 1. Hitts off: Wills 3 for
ceiving. For the (Pa- 11 runs, In 2/3 Innings. Lovelady I|,.. B ( J .
ge Barbler will do the 5 for 3 runs, In 4-2/3 Innings. p. WI
Ith Barnes or Johnny Nunez 3 for 2 runs in 5 Innings.'
doing the catching Dubois 0 for I run. In 1 Inning.
score:' ; Winning pitcher: Nuflez. Losing
PUMAS pitcher: Wills. Umpires: Neville
ab r b o a and Diaz. Scorer: Scott. Time:
IS 3 1 0 1 2 1:33. 1
b-p 2 0 2 0 4
2 1 0 a n0 I.C -IVlSIO8
1 0 Atlantic Divisional
3 0 00 0 0
0 0 0 3 0,II
20 0 S)oftball Leaoue I! MM .,
2 0 0 0 0 The Atlantic Side Divisional A
-,T. b 2 0 2 Softball League .of the Panama
1r---3 1 Canal Company has tentatively wsAuMov A wi
-- 3 3 15 set Tuesday. March 8, as its h'."' '
OCELOT8 : opening date. ,_
OCUOTS Sc. far, a schedule has been for i qeO T
1 2 0 0 1 six teams but franchises for two "
1 0 0 In more teams are still available. i Don't forget to ask for y
1 0 0 0 0 All the games will be played at Johnny Olitar" Steak h
1 2 0 0 0 Rainbow City. Cocktail at
3 2 1 2 1 Tnterested parties should con- ,. A G 0
2 3 2 8 2 tact Harold Scott or Rafael .To-
3 1 0 0 3 vane I .


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WASHINGTON, Feb. 2(UP)- President tod L e people d h is safe" -Abraham Linfoin. 'm
The Coast Guard reported today It denounced the proposedm- -
marines abott three to e height of fiscalfermiles- THIRTIETH ,EAR xi WtDNESDA ,18 Y ea
oft the Nnrth Carolina coast near res possibility. 2ower in ern .. -. a f
IHead. Mr S/eni A omic, ob Madrks
W1e Navv ordered an i m m e- .i and sometimes fighting mood. "

diate air eh of the re, also t old hiWnews confshinc B birthday
Mahon. commander of Alan sai He expressed the reear that the Democrats lacked the nboata ut

Fleet Air Forces, Atlantic FI eet i the Democratic proposal would S VEGAS Nev. Beg. a -area InI ris of Arizona, Utah .. __ ...... ..... T Ar w k'c,,iis."
headquarters. Norfolk, Va., to be- throw the government, into more America demonstrated and Ca ",t as wel as most h "w asee'd o trge te lS ai day .- iH
,in wan.melatf. nestiga:tdonr- Mrkme delt sPondi ,rom is progress in weaponsp sdce the f Nevadh- efe, wed awa equlvalento rbed qe n vi al devices inein snd lNanon .ae 1 a t5
port was received in ashngoh courageld happen to submit th free proposalShingons birthday before Acoin darkne Jut before Th Naaa and iroshima m r and c n purpo oroa.

Florida specify whbut time the sighting wasne omynstead, he said, they tacked s delegation. d.wn. bot werated at about he m a Natalt air d

r confirmed as far as Is publicly | I H ii ,H. sald the United .tate, The *hot of the 1955 atomic It also was visible in Lo. An- 000 tons of TNT. tacks on Commealst saceatra.
knoVice Adwn. That sighren too place T. Dubose. y could not have ths nd test series was detonated at tnhe eles, aakland and San Diego, h y of use were particular o tt r last
commandeof Florid nof the Eastern Sea present coresporati ble goven- Nevada roving grounds and onli f., Cedar City, Utah and A- T exploion produced he t y mpred hher rda had
SFronter at New Yorka ordered d sales tax ill its present h orma rumble in most areas as veas 75 miles from trademark t n T .
isonasAdm. Frederick W. Me. er me Li u elveif ^ o, t,.u zoy

Coast Guard ststations ked to m he said he would have to wait The Atomic Energy Commis- the Yucca Fla tet center, the cloud, which disappeared in a covered more than 00 aw d mo
Mahon. commander of Atlant c He expressed the fear thate1.

Fleet Air Forces, Alantic Fle e th e Democratic proposalch hm- atomic device fromA .300fot low rumble bout. double the se of last Fri EunboaUtsandeuve i water

SitI will have to come tower but one member of -he o Troops In wslit trenches two and daos "ban atom bomb which near Nanehi" the --tmmunique
headquarters. Norfolk, Va., to be-n throw the government Into morea America demronstratedom the base of a exploded as an alternt to
through Na-n im aecut investigation. roa d fit spending, sme- ng D-a. inicaed the south and east, the detona- h xplon tower view td' t trigued by the om at "Several w of Natonalt
st week the Coas t Guard re- thing he said w would amount progressn a ode n l wa herd a p ait t did not maneuver in tower wcha l has been potponed Panes were t to ar out
Sa uteramusketmen of 776 b detonate ing The sb-bulb" effect w a he de tonation areao merely act-ons Of vlpd to obtain the desire out and attack the targets. Up to
rFloridbt toweosigtlam biutng was80I din forces.' ton pot 5 mlresfroms th s a obJeuver, b. rAdverse weather condition 4 p.m our plane de ed one
ssi odt of Nonrootlke Ute Sta The Loulslana senator said 195e 5g center. Some 40 planes ho Ta. coBgres oal delega o prelude explosion tomorrow of Communit uast o.a
known. That sigh t n pp I place I er congieswasi onal observers to v- daton tests and observing the gelescontrakland and San Diego, tn- d e ea 50l ns of TNT eq lent uks. To Communt warshs,

San Bthe coas Indaon the of thing in e the defensive possabdll i. basto Cthe proving grounds. tpowerl. oo guneboatpi ad several fjune
Par I .. PARIS, Feb. 23 gu d e dUP) -Radical tes of these sma-s nucar were damaged

misvans eliSt To B Social ,Edgar Faure demanded weap tons, lhiunched from eitr r hundreds Iona oomY-icirm ps sd e bombers hit Communist
nana assembly approvalhe would veto miles but wasn audible only as iu" SUn Vpots and inttellataont on

ri Ofl- B MAJ BRAD MU.E p^oe wnth France's 21?, postwar premlerlading ofrces, yet small enough, iiii iait .ndPeiia les Ioff T.ai
UeST U p DO ipss hiis 460 b. marl, wh wawson ,th promises of quick ratfles.ho minimize danger to our own f'or" ." ".. ,l Icsland, the air force rerortod .
oA duty officer at N the six caught aoar el Nags Head ton of German its prearmament form, a pPrumble." Tien most areas. In Las Ve as. 75 miles from e the m hr roman In "vtm l roct-

Dro and Mrs. Lonnie Igleslas this weekend All black marlin, then neotationsd he wouldith have to wmm Fait Toran instant the atom is- the Yucca tircraft fire bu
sofrie the e eIslans exact form of ethe sion merely id it exploded an blast was h a y aav ed between 400 and slslrheYesterday'det so across an 800 le nation was a-ddse le
te d sighting. declined. measurservice 480 lbs The as4 eacher-o s wenhim. atomic device be- f rom a r t low rummle.t
tonih can't t 7 at thing." he S -st orse assembly almost a surebFl jet pi-es mu wehl. U.. end
Troop -i--lit tren ches wtwo and c day's mato atom bu Sugar bomb whic hun .erNanh *eto5?cnq
id. himself ad a righting will have to cometcenteroa wer but one .ember of the w yi I ad ayIbat bumt tao oad be an
Sro h N re is" la diMca dele Irn, Sen. With prevailing winds blowingathdrd miles from the base of as exploded as an .
thou N srecuimtyRadcaSoi tussell Long D-La. indicated to the South and east, the detonated ro t rsion tower viewed theWemajorbMng oel' f aon
Stn on the e work o a m it could have been a model of an tion was not heard at a top tdid not maneuver in tower which ha e s been pod toned eacho
g He adIndans mnI ntomic missile for use against Angel's o Peek. the pressbp oberva- the detonation area, merely act- nw for eight days.ou ad att k te t s U

so tofnrorthear osutp S e a s menvadingforces.o' tion post 45 miles from the test- Inas observers. Adverse weather cond I ti onach o e deae e

'.Bn ofe.rSho liDna, 8igles 0 ywTlhLu4ns.oad95 heCe.ente w.sSeram thatparoposedhan hieern, yIstere. Tetchupe tionalista, ha drepeoorte-
iles south of Norolk. .mp eoalls rtoy u e one ae a prnu er Poson enabled him mend 16 oth vered over the area making ra-saw.theblaaconcreeo i t C bnars a e
.n B s In d nAsoprpe w/ -rcongelsonane observers to vi- dialtlerl tnrmon tests and observing td5, 3o bl Inadeo so, ooe.
'Son oIndianfptheesir we te d o- Ea Faue dmand e t tese small-si: nuclear t oadensel e
wr Feb. 23-r'ciUP)p-dadricaa Frendod azn "the defense w possi three r. tueTenagere everau

Ii t bhlrwr sr teeher iOerbom e hei cted
,,.ineToBe'nationalam blyuik approval astIthemground or aircraft a ainsto In-
MAJ BRAD MUSE poses withTl .. we'sterD potwro preier leatn wofrces, yet mll enough T e un tin alists rore Ta
Dr. and rs. Lonnie Iglesiasthis weekend. All black marlin, then negotiations with the commu- For an instant the atomic blast a a t ut etu

of the San Bas Islands will be they averaged between 400 and nsts in Eurpe and Asia. lit up the sky across an 800-mile "r i
.ight at 7 at the First Baptist fore the assembly almost a sure je panmes het tlaueh a
Church. let to win solid confirm s ttionmerntowhsAnda ucp h b
Some of the latest colored"cabinetto an rigt accent oai-g o un Povi
church In the San Bias Islands,,, He laid down atdomes tic pme- e Storeuis re ot tr.orme ea

.,. zn o the Indians. penitentiary when they discov- 1h0 by June of 12ur and a broad beph Ostraneky did not figure lw
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