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he truth avwd the..p ry afe/ Abraham tiaeoln.
SB. P., FRIDA, '-tAX 36 1U5o
SDiweg Explains Free Tral Shutoff:
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twrag- w :1 "has "v
.-wa., al rvl Governor Has MOey
b par e to0 Woarda 4
i1 per cent p hike on tohe
b. r eavr In The Wron Pocket
President Eieabower las n ar v e
vetoed a 5 per cent pay erase ra
because it was e* tie to a
bomdt tetL tal n On D. WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (UP)- Congressional source. predleted today passage
Comm atm Znairman OUn D.
Johnston (D4.C.) said there was within the next few weeks of a special appropriation bill prod ng funds to offset the
no opposition on the final vote. free;travel and reduced-fare benefits available to United St" employee in the Canal
The DepiocraUc-uponswed bill
S adopted after the committee Zone.
rejected a Republioa ov e to
sb aut the t adminsttrat o ns Panama Canal Company repre-lfo pay their own way from now Ikuample of the clumsy adminis.
bLI calling for smaI potal pay sentatves appeared before a on. However, as soon as the sup- ,talIve setup In the Can,
raises on staggered ois Houe appropriatione subcommit- pkmental appropriation becomes one.
e aises on a iona Mktia ays in behalf of the available to the Zone government
The bIt p eic a alIip special Wipepriation wnich is they wil be reimbursed to the ex- .e said it Is unfortunate that
lerease sof I bt WOrr. beings considered along with ev- tent that the travel benefits are e employes should be incon-
It sets a eP afi @Jod eral der .upplemental appropria- due tbhe under law. nee for several-weeks "sim.
for postal e requests. r because the governor has the
th i udar-t;re EsOh W *! N no gant opposition has ap- La Vern Dilweg, leglative ey in the wrong pocket."
wlad h feitactlve W' last peraiedto the Canal Zone request, representative of te U.S. Citi.
Dec. 31. according to informed sour eC s, ens Assciatin, employes, bo- liwe said he would Lin. the
Johnsa said: be hopes to gt and the supplemental appropria- boarded by complaints when the r o the attention of a House
Senate action on the measure ion bill s expected to cle a r cutoff order was -anounced, ant Marine subcommittee
pext week. through Congress routinely. said the situation is "a good ich is engaged in a comprehen-
The South Car lina Democrat t ikesl to be sent up to survey of U.S. government
said heS ominniA. wfll ,eet a- the FedsS t for signing be- es an polices n the Can.
gan.Tuesdayto wa.er a *si- I he eend.f March. RuSSIan Troo S zone.
lar 10 per e nra Due to a I gal technicality the
clas ried Civfl C ar lrs p a l Zone government has sus-
ton said a "majority of the travel and vacationEvacuating
the mmittee apamred to ben authorized by law last A hur breaker Alka'
fa v of the Bri-ar hike or lyear. The Zone government has r0rt Art ur
Civil Servie employes. exhausted funds available to meet
S----- the added travel dcos, and it ca- TOKYO Feb. 25 (UP) Com- impls WOA nK
LOI not under law dlaw down "ad- munit C revealed today
LO l900, Seybold dance from the relatively ample that Russian troops are begin-
S . au ry othe Canal Company. nin. to evacuate from the 80- A i l Revlo
TO Conftr Ma'Ch 3 Ofl6dy1, said that vacation ig C. iet-held port of port Arthur in
BVe Therevelation camp in a Ra- WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (UP)-
Oy l lf I .' . "..1
-e i h er ws nott asi
*cr s rity Tomight .n the ww of A rai message said the Aha
an y lO nr 9 gretegt bero anylisa now. had turned northward at the
rs local r w d ivil The American Soetyw ued b comu front conclusion e ts exploration for
bS e ri\remet @bi rat- host at an informal ip Sino-Sovlut Prien p As- the present eason and heade
? c ? em. "fr s LA -ror Bioston the port from which
ificaton of the new U-panama ty tonight at the Panama elation. for eton, the port from which
teat Club in honor of Vie Prede e praised the Red Army for t sailed
An earlier a ttmenft for and Mrs. Richard M. Nixon an Ielpin the Soviet "guard the
t" m "tin ha be cancelled their entourage. teway to northeast China It said t y officers and crew
_ ..Bir an- p.md .. l...d thertn stop- at Rio die Janeiro on their
Qne Brth Every way north.l idate was g
Crucial Disarmament Talks ISecs.; 1 Death a.
So Every 21 In 1 US ~e Antarctic waters, exploring.
Sd lI ~t wulleaven u -,,,0very 2. iTen US portions of the polar coast stretch-
Opened With Sharp Warnmg AINTON. Feb. 2h, median eastwar
0 e e ie u, nra Bureau reported to the Greenwich or zero meri-
-. o tday there waA n Average of m ean.
RLONDON, peb. 2 (UP ThC Russia has insisted that any s Mebir.th, every eight seconds
United tat.S.and t Western ter of controls and Iapectim and one death every 21 seconds It left Wellington, N.Z. on Jan.
llies today opeed .a crucial would violate its aoverenty,. ,i the last five years. 7 and seven aays later arrived at
east-west duiamrnt confer- U.SB delegate Henr cabo t said the growth in U.S. pop- the edge of the polar ice cap
en~e with RusaBB amid a Lodge, Jr., gave the western po.-ulation has Daen "remarkably near Rear Adm. Richard .
tish reminders that there siti n yesterday when he said blat a relatively high level" Byrd's former "Little America"
imperative N for agreement the West is not cynical -depite iice 1950. base.
to ivodthe reat toic the history of falre. On Jan. 1 the population was a
war. said it would leave u s tone un- 163.930,000. The increase during After explorations In that re- .
BritishMI lter o to f An- turned to find an "honest, work- IM was a record 2,823,000. glon, it moved eastward al on
thofy- utltx told leates of able" system. He emphasized the The number of births topped the edge of the Antarctic con -
the United States ROWiaFrance "honest" part by using It twice. j4 million last year for the first nent, passing just south of Argen.
andc daate'ing uS "We areBOig to try, and keoftlme in history. The number of tina into the Atlantic and then the
and C .A411 at 0BCtOnIng S on trying, be Said. deaths was 1,485.000. Weddel! Sea.
"All making wl agree that ... *
there Is op
real and AeA
real, all-r n W atht
Nutlg ..deliv er=
gtes whf Includeda atph-faced
ze- noted that the disarmra-
here Isa l td atruc-
tiousof U 3klons on-
eto 1 accept-
tV V to ID an
Newspe go from ^ ^^B
I m thaD
LOOK WHAT I DIDI
d the gate
OY'. JOHN S. SEYBOLD, right, looks as happy as if a jackpot
of Vickels has rattled out as Nixon operated a lever in the Mira-
flores control tower. That's operational supervisor Edward
Barlow (left) watching for slugs.
8 glar Makes Pal
lurp 13 Stories
:IEW YORK, Feb. 25 (UP) -
A20 year old--burglar who said
h was forced to jump through
8 skylight at gunpoint was
MIued today from the bottom
a 13-story ventilation shaft
pre he fell and lay trapped for
.ore than 12 hours in a prison
' tangled pipes.
Police emergency crews work-
i by the light of floodlamps for
"Ye than two hours to' free
Negro burglar, James Ander-
,who was rushed to BeUeuve
iltal in serious condition.
kDr. Bertranc New said Ander-
suffered a broken arm, a
idus back injury and a poasl-
broken right leg when he
through the skylight and
it13 stories Into the tangled
lex of gas steam and water
Bshorty after 9 p.m. E.r
.. U arms and legs arep numb,"
crumpled b0 d 7 olto5
or. "I f. l .
Anderson whhi p to resen
Th workers earlier that
slk Base, forced to jump to
is- b an aecompiUe who a
=- ite revlevr to b
Air ad.immnaewdd: ialbp
bimd on. Aidera Mid tie aeei ONAee
3 name-au a Uf
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Rests Up, Party
United States"Vice President Richard M. Nix0o
off to Chiriqui in perfect dry okison weather this
ing in the Pesidential Constealation Columbine, befl
to be the most luxurious aievtft ever to land at
He was due back at Albrook at 2:15 p.m.,
lunching in Boquete and .visiting a coffee plentrlo "
Mrs. Pat Nixon and Mrs. Henry Hoiond, wife
assistant secretary of state for Inter-Ameriaa A E
begged off the Chiriqui trip and rested up in H
Panama. It has been a long hard t~r W M
tries ,ince they left the United Sfates.
.The Nixon party is scheduled to take off for'
gin-Islands, and a comparative rest, at 9 a.nm, '!m
Last night the Vice President rendering a aervlo
and his party attended a recep- try. If you make
tion gien in hi honor bVy ov. sion," he gAded, a ar:
and Mre. Bybold at Balboa n ill will. ,.
Heights. Theall P
This was followed by a state pressed his,
banquet offered by President people w hwame
and Mrs. RIcad Arl at the him.-M ttlp."
n-i..auAnmat nxt *at bhDh
c hedule a i-,mei s itft to
the Unlwiiredo of Panalma i
Ton t at 8 4 clock the Nix.
ons w be hoats to President
and Mrs. Arias.t. a dinner In the
U.S. Embassy hm.
After restingg u in St. T m-
as, V.I., Nixon *nd ht; patillI
go on to San Jpan, Puert&ime.o,
for another round of official vis-
its and receptions.
At three Canal Zone "whistle
stops" which reminded Nixon
yesterday of his home in Califor-
nia. he told crowds that had
gathered to greet him that he
was proud of the record that
they, as well as the non-Amer-
icans here, had made towards
the operation of the Panama
Although at each of the
stops at Gatun, Gamboa and
Baloa the youthful envoy of
the Eisenhower administration
shook hands with local and
U.S.-rate civic council heads,
no vital problems of Zone em-
ployes were discussed.
One of the civic councilmen
pointed out "there Just was no
At the three railroad stations,
packed with employes, their
families and groups of Girl aSnd
Boy Scouts, Nixon said:
"You are all ambassador of
your country, and if. you make'
a good impression on the people
who pass through here, you are
.* rJsO.~'q ..
The a "tLer M.Af
afternoon; by a
which stuck up Its
com6 when the train
to Balboa around 5:30
At Gatun, Nixon m i
Jump, a tlmekeeper who
in 50 years lopirveIn ahzi
trial Division. Nixon
"But you look yOUM *
keep on working." TO'WiN8
local-rater replied "I ia
A black palm w
was handed to the
dent as a gift from 0,
as, a lock operator who i
presented the Gatun Clile
cl. "I made it fmnself'
Thomas' comment whea h
sented the iLft. Mrs.
ceived an orchid o m-g ~
Other s W 01
Regular Casi m
Gets Going Tonoi
Regular weekeed bni4-'
suos win be reumoned oI"
E Rancho beer arden So
nights of opemtiwO. .
The no to bt the
sma und dut
will begin at 7 .
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S BSir: ,
In reply to 0. K. Amigo from P. T. (abbreviated from Pan-
. amanlan Truckdriver to make it easier 'for himi regarding rou-
You mentioned in a previous letter the importance of hav-
inp the necessary education and experience for work other than
i nonial. Operating an electric mule or a "towing locomotive,"
does not require a college degree or a very intricate job such as
plumber's .would be to you.
Once a person has received the necessary training and time
g; ivis him the experience he obtains from that particular job. op-
pr4ting an electric mule becomes a routine lob. Since you claim
S that a routine lob should not be a well paid one, why does the
S.'. Co. rIte this as a good paying lob.
i Since I can and have been operating a motor vehicle for a
S ood many years in the C. Z. and the R. de P., I honestly believe
- mhat 1 should have the privilege to obtain such a position. I have
celved more education than the average operator of an electric
6 Since I have proven my driving ability without an accident,
S rely I have the capabilities of operating an electric mule run-
S- ing on a track -at a maximum speed of about three miles an
S"our. I can ring the ding dong. as well as the next person. I
Ei ])lleve in staying on the track when operating a piece of equip-
I ent just like your Dad believes. Your Dad and I are in the
S ame-category. Perhaps you have the initiative to drive off the
: racks if given the opportunity. *
The P. C. Co. required an electric mule operator to be a
raftasman. After 40 years, it appears that the O.A.O. has shown
hem their fallacy in this belief. Will the P. C. Co. consider me
ow for such position? -
No insult was Intended when I wrote that you were apparenL-
ly a member of the Personnel Division. Perhaps you are a mem-
ber of the P. C. Co. Public Relations? Please don't sue me for
libel in either case If you keep it a secret just what your oc-
upation really Is, I have to read between your lines .
u, n P. T.
DID YOU KNOW
AGENCY "DICK" DEHLINGER
, and SA'VE $ S $ON
AUTOMOBILE FINANCING and
Up to 30
SAVE ON Yt AUTO INSURANCE
NmWON ^fb PMESET AU IAILE
&TiIAt ^ '^ k
"Oh, the UsuaIR.. Remove the Stains"
; *.. .-A.
By VICETOR RIESEL WASHINGTON Rega-rlies of ea ever the ernmet's surplu
whether me1scow.Foroirsa devel. propertyO i uction ales.
WASHINGTON -(NEA)-n With opments got the USA Involved in
most of President Eisenhower's^ -ah( :r. -and U wrmlt MtU beltgl. s t nce t whl wa
special messages now before Con. as.Whi th atW A-.wtae, hts pifta sr a ljNia ftlbe .i-
gress, it is possible to put together as il that e.tet on*,Amer ospit aad Alw nbte 0
a summary on the casTc economic ilmr 2 ican. ssh wat to due .ton a hl v toli t1
theories guiding his administration. -M merc 1eiJ ofp Ja
These theories did not bloom In That's oe a for the erty they were to. .,
the President's mind overnight. tluing, unhealthy boo -'n i fam the 'lverea. en,
They emerged gradually over the l stock market. What's more they a. beI .
past two years, a product of many charged mharkaed up idlcers ovh
minds. Individual parts were cre- I brief ever wthtar, thea hat the commerce ladders ad
ated by multiheaded groups like Elmsehower admin t atit s .uto pay. ,
the Housing and Foreign Economic most certain to reverse. ile curJtal- .i '
policy commissions, the Agricul- A meat of the Army,. rw1M pbably The House committee also hal
tural Advisotry Committee, the A i . *' | have to build a bigg Ar ore. evidence that the. administrative
Council Of Economic Advisers and may even expand the yy cost of holding some aut4o9ns wa
even the Cabinet. Secretary of the Trepuy e so high that it would ve b
Humphrey, chief Ike economixer, cheaper to give the suwpaAoo
Seven principal theories are now willgrowl and protest at thisrbut away ih the first place,, as Co.
discernable. They are not-, xel he' almost certain to be reversed. gress matended. ,
nor rigidly followed in dealing With The White House may, of course, .
every economic crisis situation that q sit back and let the Democrata In WASHINGTON PIPtIN .,
arises. There are exceptions toscn de ttheDmo ra
meet speciati political conditions. ACongreg reverse the adminisa-
meet speci political conditions. Unn oa Army cuts; and to some esx Correction: Harvey. Matuap,
What you have, therefore, is an tent tMp would be smart political the ex-Communist who worked or
economic outline rather than a rule e srr For a big Army has ttIle McCarthywent out to Utah.to help
book. [PC] appeal. However, the r* defeat Congressman draaaer- of
One: Reliance upon a free, comr- vrrni almost sure to come. Utah, Democrat, not the Iase Sen.
petitivc price system to ration con- 0' All this means high defense Elbert Thomas of Utah Democrat,
sumer demand is fundamental. t spending during the current year as I previously reported .,. Pres.
Price and wage controls imposed L at a time when most economists ident Eisenhower personally am .
by the government to reulate sup figured on less defense spending.- ned the proposed Army cuts down
ply and demand are rejected pol- ]Th e economy, therefore, should Secretary of DIfense Wilso's
c.es. This does not apply of course, continue in high, though somewhat throat-largel) at the behest of
to price supports for farm props NET.. inflated, gear. Secretary of the Treasury. Hum-
a minimum .wage for labor. Nor rhrey .. The chief of the Army
would this uncontrolled price sy- IKE'S CONGRESSMAN Engineers, Maj. Gen. Sam Stargis,
tem be maintained if war broke .t. I has written a blistaringleter..t
out. Indirect controls like credit I If President Eisenhower ever a his boss Army Chief ofStaf, GeOn
controls would be preferred, how% I IH llad to write to his'own congress- Ildatt Ridgway, about the Engl-
eo er. b man he would have troul e making ieers' quarters in WashingtoL.
2. Provision for Incentives to up his mind between three men. Though the Engineers built the
business through adequate profits They. are: the congressman from lush air conditioned Pentagon,
is to It relied upon to keep the Cettysburg, Pa.; the congressman their headquarters is stuck away
economy continually expanding. It NEA Serice, Inc. W from University Heights New in a makeshift temporary buid
is understood that these incenuves lork, where Coldmbia University i-g. In summer the heat is so.suf-
will be supplied through tax re- ts located; add the congressman focating General Sturgis complain-
ductions as justified by national _from Denison, Texas, where Ike ed, that the Engineers lose $60,00
defense and other essential govern. was born. i:, personnel turnovers in JLty
ment spending. No new tax incen .f I r* II By an odd coincidence, all three lone. Their civilian emp le yes
tives are promised for this year, I' K .I1'it" 11 I ,llI are Democrats the most famous quit to take jobs in air-conditioned
but hope is held out for next year. .ig l U 5~ luI II D l I being Speaker Sam Rayburn. "Mr buildings .. Behind the closed.
I"am frequently ribs Ike about be- dcors of the Senate Foreign.Rela-
3. The doctrine of providing equal B B AR ing born in his district and about tions Committee Senator Morse of
opportunity for every citizen to y DUD KRUARK Sam's problem in watching over Gregon was boiling mad at his.
increase his standards of living i., him. Democratic colleague, Hubert
rut ahead of the doctrine of artifi- -* Humphrey of Minnesota, for "tak-
clal redistribution of wealth Into The e is great bi, beautiHful Sid Caesar, and the exclusive onT I know, Mr. MoAnimus or some However, a stronger claim to g the retreat" away from the Ke.
equal shares. In simpler language, -.dll ,a medM a .r i e ........s-Aobe .rt'.. ....d ai .tt.... ..... ,.aeuho Is resp onslf thle distinction of being Ike's "con-, fauver Senate resolution whck
"soaking the rich" is out. along doll named Marie Torre who hap- lobert Sherwood quitting NBC. such name, who Is responsible for ma" i hld ntv y two w hv handm h thnv
with the socialistic doctrine of"To pens to be unique in these sorry bShe hunts the entertainment field olsproving the popular suspicion freshman le iislatord1 m o uitley y t o problem tohthe United Na-r
each according to his need, from joutnalistlc days. and I think you with a deadly dedication, and Iiat city editors are not nice, quiet of Pennsylv nia and Herb Zelenko, tons. On the. .Septo floor, aum'
achaccording to his ability" The should meet her. I would call when she trips over anything else men. representative of the New York prey had prom to back much a
new slogan is "My moe d not Marle who isn't 30 yet, the last outside it, she retrieves it with When she became a reporter l district. where Ike last voted p!a but suddenly changed, tisg
be our less n the dedicated sob-sisters, in the the loyalty of a good all-purpose she worked as a man, and not as sn1 and r 35 e Mc v in am in ..m4nJt _
Lest ind oldest sense of what the dog, and ays the prey on the city a woman an. although her looks 1Zelen2o is a former champion i. With h elp from senator Ma
cesig 4. The administration believesC -. .thlareo haetion used to m ant odesk. ould et her in any. where with- wrestler who once wrestled for and feid of Montana, he succeeded in
that is is not necessary to havel That to say that she is a Marie once headed a junta of ut extra effort, and to my know- graduated from Coluilbla. Recent- getting the plan postponed indef-
continuing inflation to keep the na. newspaperman who is madly n gals that broke an unpopular ledge has never relied on femi- ly e decided on showdown s initely. Morse remarked "some
tional economy growing. A stable love with news not novels, not strike in which the dames telIt ninity to make a hard four on a .whrely repesnt e d Ike .. .fromteWie .se. .
dollar is to be maintained if possi- plays, not magazine pieces bpt they had not been faithfully re- news story. In this respect she tLet',s get thy thing settled be using y those boys."
Lle, torote priIvatesavins.Thislard news which she wants tol.resented. This was an extra ad- resembles Miss Inez Robb who t g'ett iesd e thg? mockserin t- o .
apparent r aieans, however, that write exclusively for tomorrow, optional duty, because Torre want- ir also a lovely dame but whol ousness, as he marched into
the dollar will be stabilized at its since today isn't fresh enough. rd to work and you can't get by- will cut your head off if you block. uigley's office. "I do not think .
-res its And working in a field whe ard lines in an unpublished paper. her on a story.* mocrata ought to be divided on d.g S Of
[rm pa d tews rare eJ m .. "11 a I don't know what I am trying molrt loegti Tech d ivie C "^^' '
nexa tional wgesd my Ci Sf a She looks like a Botticelli Ma- to prove about Tqrre, except that t like Tthu Moenctla IW
btnex regularly. .. dna, which is to say she's the people -who know that .1 kno wher e t mnt s- For l fr I
Fv h private invest Marie is entertainments editor dst serenely beautiful woman I are beginning to brag about her, i. sn't .tn.eled s le alttr vo i
ment is to e conserved in expand- of the New York World Telegram k4ow, with a brain as hard and bL.hind her back, and to say she g res encein ,district. t W St 1f inT
Ing the economy, and the govern and Sun In addition, she writes harp as a hatchet underneath the reeds to be written about. For "Well, it's only a matterof time
ment will do everything it c-an to a column on television. In addi- softness. She is a big dame, but me this is easy, because Torre W e' e does,"replied Quigley of NORTHFIBLD, Vt., Peb. 25-
promote private investment. Tax tion, she turns up exclusive stories big all over and in the right made the first kind gesture that amp"l t le Pa., about 38 miles Wlliam A'" AltmnH, a felor at2
credits on dividends are an exam- such as the celebrated hate-lis' places, If anybody follows me. She I encountered when I was new r"am Gettysburg. "He'll be voting Norwich University here and or
ple. But depression-born theories of the recently murdered Serge 's married to a producer named in New York and so thoroughly in my district "1e0, although I of Judge and Mrs. Edward M.
that the government must continue Rubinstein. This was a list of ene- Hal Friedman. and while he is without credentials that the re- regret to say it will be by Repub. Altman of Balboa, Canal Zone,
ally pump money Into business nies which Rubinstein made voo. a very nice man. he ain't good ceptionist wouldn't let me into my -can ballot. He's already mad spent the week end at the U.S.
channels to maintain umer doo passes over, and when he enough for Torre. Nobody is, but own newspaper, inquiriesIn the Gettysburg court. Military Academy, West Point,
s ending and prosperity are now rined an enemy he crossed him me; but Mama won't let me. I he about registerin there. N Y. with a group of college at-
shelved. olf the, list. Marie beat the cops I T finally got in, and this big, house about registering there ." dent wiho agembled there to
to that one. Torre got her first job under beautiful doll walked over to my ."d Zelenko. "But has it ever oc- observe military training and
6. Local effort is to blh. ferred She had the exclusive on Jackle false pretenses, which is how most desk and smiled and asked me Saired to you that be will vote classroom procedures.
over federalprogran public Gleason's enormous contract sign- of us do it, when she was a mill lo go to a show, and suddenly curred to you t"at he wl voe .procedure..
works that for any reason ca nnot g, and the exclusive on the bust- 18. She worked as a copyboy and the town wasn't frightening any ga's"t you' Young Altman, a 152 radu-
e aned by private investment up between Imogene Coca and is a secretary to the best gent more. PENTAGON SPURNS ate of Balhool,
Ite bandied byprivate investment .... PENTAGON SPURNS ate of Balboa Hig ,
It is admitted that the federal pro- CONGRESS where he was prominent as an
grams are more precise, Locally athlete and served as a cadet
run programs are clur fti and DrODDeth as the Gertle Rain Some amazing revelations, so far captain in the RO'C. wpa one
less efficient, But the Eisenhower unpublished, have just been made of two Norwich students picked
partnership" idea for multinur- regarding military surpluses by for the West Point tour.
pose dam construction is cited as the government operations corn
in example of how local initiative Iittee of the House of Represen-
for power production calf be stim- tatives. They include:
uilated end federal participation for A1. The Navy now has enough
flood control minimized at the sam i 1 anchors on hand to last It
time. .until the year 2005.
7. The international system of 2. The Army has enough of
economics and trade is to be en. LW-0certain front-axle parts for
courage and expanded. This is not Al. jeeps on hand to last it until
a Republican polley but a GOP -r*' 'i the year 2055
idea of the Democratcle recipro- .. ,. 3. Secretary of Defense Wilson ,
ral trpde a r einents doctrine of '.i',' has deliberately flouted an act
Cordell Hull. It-now becomes an '. .* i. of Congress by ignoring a law J
ihlBefral part'of bipartisan foreign 'y)-r which requrees the military to law ,,T II/ 1
policy. _,_ w let school s, colleges, and tos- i
In trying to follow these seven p)*--.* '--' '.'i q.., pitais get the first chance to '
princlnlef, the Eisenhower ad b.-'"'- f. ..s 4' buy military surpluses..
ministration is exercising consil *.'-.-. .......... .I Unlike McCarthy's Senate Oper. I
derable fle'dililitv. *.. -. -. i atons committeee which spent its
It. ha not "tuck to the nea that : :I -' -. '*' Lu 'me getting into the he eas tns
the federal budget must be bal. ... .. '". s" *"' Hous.,.e Government t e rathoned s -
anced at all times under all cir r- ." .. .". -- ': :. * .* Committee, new headed by Cong.
eumstancea. While trying to keen .:. ;.. *" "A LV N William Dawbon of Chicago (one
federal expense nder control, it .... ..- *-- .. A "z- of three Negro-congressmen), has
recognize tiflonal defense ..* ." *. '-" ." ".' done a quiet. consructive job of
mustbe for. *..,.. : .. .. *. ,.. ,..-.* ., ......- weeding out government ineff|
To foster a dynamic economy in '.. . .. *.. .. .* .. clenc-... A.A
the United States, the administn ... .; ,. .*.a- y .- It A discovered that the Army,
tlion also realizes that it must pre- .,. -:. ... ,. ,, .' Navy, and Air Force now have
sent monopoly by strengthening p- ... ... .. "* V .*.' w 1 o
antitrust laws and their enforce. "" .'- ',; .'-" " ent afa.-.ll" kind s' ,"
ment .. .,..- ... more than the combined, inven- H .
.eal., to prevent stagnation .... U .* Sm- -ter
and encourage change, the admin. ;.: " ".'. ". '. .. -: ... ^ S '. -
Istratinn is committed to heavy .-.... .-..., .. '.te...m.. 'ed services aub
tideral appropriations for re- t' *." .- ."**t-. -," ... ." -, t".
search and the development' of .." .. -':' -.-. t../rge n .
.ew d-' ....-.... .. "wich t e -
.. ,? "... .
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KilldArms Cache Found
Batista Is Inaugurated
_-- -* ;**_
HAVANA Feb t5 -(UP)--Col.
Fulgenle Batista, guarded by. po-
hle wth submasinse igus, was
sworn In as Cuba's coistitionsal
President yesterday In an au-
Surativa day marred by gun
figh, Me ling of a desperado
and. discovery M a big arms
Batiste took the bath of office
promptly at noon.
Od tide the presidential palace,
nearly all of Havana's police re-
serves were mobilized to prevent
Pedee with submachimn fums
were tataned M the reeftop eO f
every building ever two Mtdries
hgh within a o neme-mslequare
area around the palace. Other
policemen with rifles were sta
tined at strategic pe ..
throughout the city. '
The inauuration marked the ,
third time atista has headed the
government. He seized it twice
y force but was elected this
'he oath-taking ceremony, wit- .."
messed by a glittering crowd of
nearly 1000 local and foreign dig.
nitaries was a calm affair stag.
ed agafist a teose background.
The- security pr e cau tion
were Imposed after police found
a secret arsenal in a house Ini
suburban eantoU Sarea a n d
klleJ the nation's long-seught"
pulie enemy No. 1 in the gun
batle that followed. '
The dead desperado was Orian- -.-.
do Leon Lemus, known as "El
Colorado," or 'the red-headed
one." Before he was killed Le- *'VERY BECOMING," muses new
mus seriously wounded Po ice giment, as he tries a Pfc stripe
Col. Lutgardo Martin Perez. din, civilian sales clerk, looks on
The arms pache uncovered the first class last month In the 33d
house where Lemus was hiding sergeant, and 14 to sergeant fin
included 70 submachine guns, 40 promoted men.
kil riles, four .45 caliber pistols oted men.
an undisclosed number of hand
grenades and 50 bottles of nitro- New heaner Way
glycerine for the manufacture of
After its discovery, police start- Al M kLli ua r
ed an immediate city-wide round Makin u ar
up of opposition elements and
searches the homes of all s-osusM Cane Found
o pects. From Cane Found
Police were led to the hiddenINGTN, Feb. 25 (UP)-
arsenal and Lemus' hideout aft- WASHINGTN. Feb. 25 (UP)-
er nuestioning two men w ho A new and cheaper method for
ad been injured by the prema producing a high quality sugar
tore explosion of a hand gre- fom cane has been discovered
made. by research experts in New Or-
The two men were identified leans, the Agriculture Dep a r t-
Ab Orlando Morejon, 24, and Vic. innt announced today.
tor Modesto Iniguez, 30. The sugar produced by the new
A motorist found them wander- method Is not as fine as th a t
ing along the Aldabo Highway which has been refined the de-
outside the city early this morn- Iartment said, but it is suitable
lug. r manr~acture of candy and
suspectingg the men d other confections.
juared at a hideout wa steom s ICost i of th-is new product iI
s b ~. I ted to be about oae-ha
foced 1ct-pound' less 'than uiaudised
who Implicateda LMu an d s *.uar,-" It said. .
loaedi hiding plac The new process Involved purl.
When police closed is, Lemus Wyng cne juice by using resin
escaped to another house to which materials in iron exchangers. It
he was tracked down and killed was discovered by the depart,
in a wild gn battle. ment's research laboratory in
Later poice announced the ar.- New Orleasm working in coopel-
rest of Juan Orta, indentfled as atlon with Louisiana State Uni.
secretary to ex den. Emilio O- varsity and a private New Or-
thoa, one of the leaders of t h e leans firm-Codchaus Sugar Inc.
opposition Cuban People's "Or- The department said that up to
thodox" Party, who has been in 15 pounds more sugar per ton
self-exile in Miami for the past has been pinduced from Louisia-
year. na can'e under the new method.
At the inauguration itself, Ba- "Similar savings presumably
sisa was dlad in formal attire would result with cane from Flor-
and looked the pieture of health ,da, Puerto Rico and Hawaii, it
and confidence. said.
He arrived for the ceremony The department stressed that
half an hour early, accompanied research on a larger scale was
only by his military aide and Mi- needed to determine the feasibili-
guel Angel de la Campa, the ty of producing the new grade of
newly-appointed ambassador to sugar commercially.
Mrs. Batista arrived a few min- tional wood pulp or rags, the
utes later, and both received en- company said.
thusiastc applause r om the DuPont, the nation's largest
When Batowds chemical firm, said it will make
When Batista was sworn in, out- work available
going President Andrea Domingo to thedetai of industry, fifth bigle
Morales del Castillo placed the the papeindustry industry, fifthe Unitedg-
$6,000 granM collar insignia of gest industry In the United
chief of state about his neck to States. The new paper could be
symbolize the transfer of the exe- used in heavy-duty bags and in
ymboize he transfer of the exe- filtering corrosive liquids and
active power. packaging. chemicals, DuPont
C lefi a er Tests Indicate synthetic fib r
yPaperpapers may be made commer-
NA By clially DuPont said. But DuPont
added it will not manufacture
Du9w D Wthe new paper.
Dr. Robert A. A. Hentschel of
NEW YORK, Feb. 2S (UP) the firm's textile fibers depart-
The DuPont Co. disclosed today ment said the unusual proper-
it successfully has made paper ties of man-made fibers are also
from synthetnc fibers for 'the found in the new paper.
first time He described it as highly re-
paper was produceed from slstant to chemical action, as
zylc4 dacr.n an4 orlon and is vellU as to the effects of molds,
from three to tdn times strongerbacteria and light. The paper al-
than paper made from conven-lo absorbs very little moisture.
Dealers in New and Used Furniture
Double Metal Panel Beds complete with' New Mattress 48.00
Double Mahogany Beds with Brand New Mattress .. 76 50
Rattan Living Room Suite Sofa, 2 Arm Chairs, Table) 175.00
Wicker Living Room Suite Wardrobes ........from 25.00
Modern China Closets with Sliding Glass Doors .... 69.00
Guaranteed Gas Stoves .......................... 85.00
Modern Mahogany Night Tables .......,......from 12.00
Sofa-Beds ....................................from 69.00
,Oribe complete with New Mattress ................ 30.50
.Vanities (Dressers) .............................. 45.00
Desks .........................................from 22.00
Executive Size Metal Desk with Glass Top .. ONLY 75.00
JUST A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT AND WE'LL DELIVER
ANY ARTICLE TO YOUR HOME OR OFFICE.
XH Household Exchange
41 National Ave. (Auto Row) Tel. 3-4911.
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR OLD FURNITURE.
* Cotton glas coasters
set of 8................. 1.
* Ironing board covers ...... 1.00
* Burnproof Ironing board
covers ...... ....... ...... .95
* Ironing board cover and pad 2.50
WaSte per baskets
in ack nd old .... 5.50
S Modern wrought iron
desk lamps ..........12.50
Wrought Iron magazine a
raks ................ 4.25
S Beach umbrella ......1.3
0 Terrace and'pool
M0W ON THE
ly promoted William J. Beardon, Company B. 33d Infantry re-
for size at Fort Kobbe's Clothing Sales Outlet. Alfonso Guar-
approvingly. Pfc. Bearden was one of 447 promoted to private
Infantry. There were also 212 promotions to corporal. 26 to
st class. Approximately 5,592 chevrons were Issued to the
wMA nMAS T20W
"And the happiest
canaries are the
onee who get
Fronch's VITA- Ie
RICH diet of
Bird Seed and
"It's got everything to keep your
canary healthy and full of song."
args t ulins BIRD SEED
* Full Course Dinners
* A la Carte Menu
* Special Drive In Menu
* Drinks from the
mixed as you want them
* Cocktail Lounge
* Complete catering
too small-or too large.
* Be a Guest at
Your Own Party.
".' T T
formerly taible ardeiS.
Calls J. B. Sosa No. 19.
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Kobbe's Education Program
Gets Boost With New Center
Fort Kobbe's education pro- the remainder of the instructor
gram was given a "shot in the force.
arm recently with the opening Six services are offered real-
of a new Ahny education center, dents of Fort Robbe. They In-
Located above the Post Office, elude testing, on-duty classes,
the new study aite provides three off-duty classes, advisement pro-
times the classroom space avail- gram. USAFI courses and Loul-
able the former location. slana State university credits.
pe gd to facilitate increas- General educational develop-
ed enrollments, the present cen- ent and UA examinations
ter is more Ideally located, pro- constitute the majority of the
videos more work space and gives constitute the majority of the
instructors more facilities, with testing program. C I a s room
which to ork. scltewith pace also s used to give pro-
whConceived by Capt. Arthur motion tests to first three grad-
Manchpster, Post Education of- er at Kobbe.
flcpr, plan for the new center Basic subjects, such as English
were made in mid-November. A and mathematics, are taught to
month later work was begun by students attending on duty
Post Engineers, courses while drafting, typing.
history, speech and similar cours-
On completion of the project. es make up off-duty instruction.
seven rooms, including a testing Although the majority of the
room, were ready for occupancy. Instruction Is given at the new
Four general classrooms, a draft- location, personnel at the center
ing roozp and a typing room often travel to VI guard Installa-
make up the new center. Al- tons and bivouac sites to deliv-
though carpentry work is coin- er instruction.
plete, post engineers are still do- Approximately 200 students are
ing interlor painting, actively engaged in the program.
Manchester, kaslsted bY Phil-
lip Houghton, civilian education _ ___ __
advisor report a sharp increase
in enrollment since the move. FOR FINE FOOD AT
"A Stepped up teCting system
and our new central location," 'REASONABLE PRICES
Manchester explained, "are the iT'S THE ONE AND ONLY
bir reasons for our Increased en-
rollment." Basis, high schooll and
college level courses are taught
at the center.
Handling the Influx of stu- f 'i,
dents is a ten-man faculty. Most
of the teachers are drawn from
local school facilities. Depen- C j
dents, who taught prior to ar.
rival in the Canal Zone, comprise Ai
Attractive styles in
.or girls, misses, ladies.
In attractive sunny styles.
lee them all here In a colorful
array pf cool cotton.
SPORT and BEACH WEAR
"Maiden Form" and
1,1 .--*9A9t 1a-- -L.-As
-- -i1->-- ir
ty in boy's shirts,
Sizes 2 to 1.
al Ave. (102).-
Everybody is still talking about the.
"MEN'S FASHION SHOW"
held at El Rancho Garden February 11th.
The success of the Fashion Show is proof of the
high quality and styles of the merchandise
venue 13. -'
THE STORE WITH. E TE
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Summer Fun and Plenty of
it I... for every one in
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TwE PANAMA AMERICAN An D IErNDWIMT DAIET MIfWPAPXI
MOVIES Tv RADIO l
by Erskine Johnson
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IOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Close. with Bing Crosby In "Anything
ip and Lonesnots: Signs of sprin- Goes it's a haggle over money
SD Hollwood are early this year. now-there will be some lifted eye-
Si ila, tra-la. I.rows. He play Mitzi Gaynor's
l. amorville is basking in near FATHER!
[ degree Jemperatures and the
1wId sport shirt George Gobel is
* 'Tring on the golf links looks New definition of Las Vegas:
11a a peacock backing into a sun Where people sit in their Cadil-
N!. That's sormctilng you cant hIcs and count their nickels.
V1. sport shirt George GooelsI Cp
ring on the golfcourselook Cecil B.Delleapparentlyoes-
'ii b a peacock backing into a sun. n't mind. The cartoon is thumn-
c, gtnat's something you can' !acked to a door he passes every
hardly get no more. day in his private building at Para
Betty Hutton busted out of re-
-i ement along with the first tulip It shows a movie set with a di-
sprouts and da Lupinn and How- sector'ss chair nameplated "C. B.
ard Duff left for ANOTHER honey- DeMille" .ut: Delille the Bibli-,
zooa.on. George Jessel has a cal movie Czar now filming "The
vew crew-cut toupee and Ray Mil- Ten Comminmenpts," is just a
land's been tuning up an outboard wisp of so9oke at the point of a
a*dtor .. his ,garage. gigantic streak of lighting. And a
".stone-faed asstant is saying:
Wolf whistles for pretty girls are '1 KNEW that would happen one
Setting louder and Harry Cimring of these Oays."
dreamed of' an underwater
lucal, with acres of chorus There's a iarge photograph of,
tiled, "20,000 Legs Under the Gtace Kelly in the Paramount stu*,
,dio cafe. But, please, a sign paint /
... ... ... er quick. It's spelled "Kelley" on
4elevsion's "Medic" Richard the identification plaque.
i.on.'t s'1 ane sb he's got WARNER BROS. is pa ng Aldo
Sttel nyone, e t Ray again to co-star withJane
VISION'S revival of "The Wyman in "Miracle in the Rain.'
*men as *live dramatic fa wasr'It 4oing to take some b wing
SI.memory-lane note for ea1 strategy with Columbia, which re-
S .ell who trred thecently vetoed Aldo's loan.out to
nmo"Fl e ? along with Norma the same studio for the Jett Rink
r Joan Crawford, Paulette ole "Giant."
ad and Joan Fontaine. Paul- I
had a minor role in the high
@ered, all gal cast but played th
iieU part in the home-screen
Laughed Roz on "The Girl Rush"
I 'Everyone expected a scene-
made the film. ButIt was just the -
Ipposite. We were all so polite i:
Sickening. Norma would say
Cr0awford. 'Pardon me, darling,
I'm upstaging you a little
S'And Joan lFatalne would sayv
,tiPaialette. 'Pardgn mie, darling,
.'aur make-upis smeared.'
"I'm not admitting what sweet
ywrds 1 said. No one, you see.
Irlted it said: 'She's the witch
WA ret.9 1 _
Sign oa Hollywood silent movie
I'kh CK PIOPBI ON OUk
E %AGG(ING SCREEN."
STIL HARRIS lands that role
-eel ounge i
MohJin s Iatn ar woman or
achMe4 Uwh "ad k&4n.
baka. y o uRfft fro
m ne bottle baby
needn't be a
and colicky cry-
Ing, 3our baby get
9to r., too, make
weaning so much eamierl
H 1 ,waterInamooth-
Ing drink for
or kidney corn.
STORT OF MARTHA WAX
Ij W.4m UIn
I A.swer to Previous Puzzle
ACROSS 3 He sings "On
1 violin'$ the Loi
4 -onthe 4Speed
Rta"geo 5 Musical
8 -- Sticks." oant
12"- Night of 7 Oreekletterv
Love" 8 Plant of onion
13 Encourage family
14 Man (Latin) 9 Sharpen 21 Mock wedding42 Gudrun's
15 Legal matters, 0 Persian poet serenades husband
16 Musical II Mail 28 Lap dog lab.) 43 Walked
composition 17 Aptitude 29 Hymn ending 44 Binding
18 Landed 19 Amphitheater 31 Morals 46 Ireland
properties 23 Animal 33 Drift 47 Nested boxed
20 Fend off 24 French friends38 Go to bed 48 Guide
21 Before 25 Moslem Jidge 40 Excavates 50 "That Old -
22 Competent 26 Large 41 Anoint of Mine"
24 Land measure ,
26 Kind of
27 Watering place
32 Religious song -
36 Knight's title -
37 Male deer
39 Level -- -
40 Insect "
41 Literary -
45s Vln's part
51 Compact point -
52 Horse's gait
S3 Seed vessel
S'S u - - -dt
UNITED. FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Servic
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S.. "MABALLA" ...............................March 1
*8. "tAQUE" ...............................March I
8. "MATAURA" ........................... Mareh 4
.8: "tOVLAND" ........... .............. arch 1
*S. "MORAZAN" ............................... arch 12
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RA LANGA" .,..........................Feb. N
OLTECA" .......... ............... Mare&.
OR ............... .... .... mar... .
per . ............................ March T
Wy y"ailngs of twelve passenger ships to New
Yk. New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Fraucisco
Special round trip fares from'Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ....................... $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco .... $270.00
To Seattle *******....................$365.00
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.FOR SALE.- Household items,
walker dt.. lcmps. sk, vacuum
cleaner, radios, loud speakers.
English bicycle. 3 speed, tool,
v-se, etc. House 593 Ancon. Min-
FOR SALE:.-Philto Comb. Con.
toi'-*A2tt mt.. 60 cycle;
metal lttii g Albrook
m 4. : ... 'or .
*FOU6l: While female cat,
fellow eyeq Navy 3661.
Laundress. housecleaonr, depend-
able, host and a odio' future.
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fOR SALE .
Bo, &.Moto .
FRS i HaSrlW Ovldson
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cabin csulses. 16 h.p. engine,
525.00. Call Am4dor 82-4120,
office. Home 82-5247.
No* Koea Wanos
Not Ouile Ready
TOKYO, Feb. 25 (UP)-- Com-
munist Nforth Korea announced
today It wanted to establish re-
lationsI with Japan, but a Japan-
ee e.Foe Office' source said
%,SWalere was "no pos-
anr a l that n .
Krlh m "is reldy 'to PatAb-
N Nam. the communists' chief:
Btgoflator 't the long, Korean
armistice tAks at Panmuniom.'
suggested that the two countries
tirst ope. negotlatiaqni on trade
Plaza 5 de Mayo anid culture.
ww- *The. North Korean govern-
ment, In making the overture to
i Japan, followed the lead set by
SKPholo L the Soviet Union and communist
China in saugestint that "nor-
iljLl mar' rltiopns be establisbet,.
Thelte w no imedlaWfifl
al comment from the japan-
ml ese F gorn OfflcW although
|.. D ISO Ul ministry sources.-who drd tot
o tograph l fStLl wish to be identified, sad that
th.. po Port Ihe Nth Irnrean offer was 6on-
ul, Fo. ,sidereALs another oert of the|
Switch the on?- n'rommminnt peace offensive., iThy
t Tew p!OfC.S noted it came lust before Japnn's
. the firt of I national elections Sunday.
iSt. .' ...-'1 'dltkudltnL 'Iw&m lii tnlllnl
a it rdoul
A and Ja
*, Feb. 25 (UP)--
It and Dick Haymes
their own fin' pro
ynv with ,will release
FOR SALE:-Pontloc IW 4-
door Sedon, two tone blue, radio
and unercooated, .$1550. Phone
2-1317. 8olboa, Very good con-
FOR-SALE: Automobiles (gonv'r-
tibles) -Excertionol- prices:- 1952
Plymouth, maroon, wlw Radio.
1949 Cherolet, grey, new up-
holstery. 1951 Ford, sky blue,
wlw radio, V8 Cutom, 1949
Chevrolet, cream, w/w,' roto,
new upholstery. 1946 Buick,
, maroon, r 4io.-Autos Elvmeirnman,
beside The Coca-Cola Boft(ang ,
Co. Tel. 2-Z616-2-4966.
FOR SALE:-1953 Pontia Con-
vertible. Excellent caridlton;
Phone Curundu 3233 or'"alboa
FOR SALE:- 1951 Iord Victoril,
-perfect condilon. reason: Leav-
ing. Tel. 2-0909.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1950
Chpvrolet Tudor. exc Jlent coh-
di on $600.00. Uphost rod'
mratgany llhngroom sit: Qther.
ho~Mhold'items. Call Crfitoabl.
1 -3220.. .
FOR SALE:- 1954 Gw'pnn ;
Fdrd. Excellent conditloq, racib.
Duty paid. 2811-B. Cocnl,-C.Z.
'4OR SALE:-1952 R19.tidc-a-,
door Sedan. Excellent condltion,.-
$ 1, 100.00. Phne Albrok 61
FOR SALE: 1950 Sty .dkker
Champion 5-osenXUr Co0pe".
Phone Navy 3168.
$OR$ SALE:-1948 Red Dodge
Coveftible, $400.00t ,Duty paid.
Telephone: Panart--ome 3-
4541; office 2-2283.
FOR SALE: -'1952 Oldsmobile'
98 Fordor. Low mileage, hydro-
matic,.'RSH, W-S-W, and many
other.ditras Clean Must sell at
once. ee it and make offer. Call
FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet
SSecda, mechanically eueloent...
Call Guy Pa. 2-5298. -" I
VORiSALE:-.1946 Ford f-door-
,very,ool condIetion. For info.r-i
imnatlan call Pariena 3-3098 aft-.
er 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1947 Chrysler, Ex-
cellent-cbndition, like new, new
tires, upholstery. Phone 2-1835.
WANTE: -Good cleon 4-door
Sedan o1.$Station Wagon up to
S1.013Mi Phone Navy 3504. ,,
FOR' SA : House and large
lot" Chiibre Transisthmian Hligh-"
way, 1450.0o0.- Don Eastman.
FOR rSALE:-3800 meters beau-
tiful Coronado .Beech property.
P.O. Bdx 306 Pedro Miguel, C.Z..
FOR SAf-House in Rio Abolo.
Nice tlcaltln for small family.
Lot In'+Parqup Lefevre. very
cheap.' Womos Real Estate A-
gencie.6tOntrol Ave 259. Phone
Prwnled In Rank
be proemotion 9f Harold IL
.tth, -i4 son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred ansen of eurundu, to
the ra _of.-ataff sergeant waa
annotnad recently by Col. Stan-
le.Vy E. w. commacnunl
oqffcer tohe 618th Air Defensa
Group atNlagara Falls Air PFore
o SA -Tworunks, 2 lino-
Sleumsi, Nigh choir, liquidizer, din-
ing room set, bureau, chiffonier.
$0 cycle motor, balthinette. House
2264-9, Las Cruces, Balboa. Tel.
If you need a competent baby sit-
er, calf 6-512 after 7, evenings.
SSHItRTSiry cleaned or laundered
the perfect way. Tropical clean-
era Via Espaia 830. Tel. 3-
0871. Branch 24th St. East nd
Central Avenue. Tel. 2-1346.
Pqckoge tour to Bogota during
february! Only $120,00 gives
-you round-trip passage. lirport
transportation. two nights. in lux-
urious Hotel Tequendama, sight-
,seeing tour, ticket a real bull-
fight, with world famous bull-
fighter. Apariclo. Pedres, Giron,
Chicuelo 'II. Call Avianco, Pan-
Sama '2-2956, or your travel a-
bent for details.
Pentecostal (Assembly of% God.
etc.) Fellowship Meetings Sun-
days 7.30 p.m. in Library USO
IJWBI Building, Balboo.
:. Mi enallaneoun a
IOR SALE:-Two 22 co, rifle
S.2-2660 any time.
FOR SALE:---One set encyclo-
pedia Americana and Beok of
Knowledge, $150.00. 1941 Ply-
rmoth Convertible, $100.00
FOR SALE:-New Yorker Super
De-Luxe embroidery sewing ma-
ehine. $200.00. Leaving. Apply
"P" St. "La Chorrera" Building,
FOR SALE :-4 gpod saddle
horses. Call Panama Riding
School 3-0279 or Transportes
Baxter (Mr. Rudeshelml, 2-
WANTED: Refderater,21 Cale,.
gooo eOddlt ion. Priced ri ;.Ca \.
NEW YORC, Feb. 25 (UP) -
Let those "doubting Thomases"
who didn't believe Marquette's
class be silent today, because
the warriors' made tileir 21st
straight victory a real convince.
Trailing by 11 points after fout
minutes and 12 points at half-
time, Marquette came storming
*back tp beat a first-class Notre
Dame team, 84-74, at" South
Bend, Ind. The warriors, U-
bekten Ince their opening game
loss to Michigan State already
have been picked for the NCAA
MeawhUe, the National Invi-
tation Tournament added La-
fayette (20-21 and Connecticut
(20-31 to Its field. Only tw*
places remain to be filled in the
big Madison Square Garden
carnival and- th are expeted
to come from this group: Tea-
nesAee, Alabama, Texas Tech,
West Texas Qtate. Williams, St.
Lo6ui,.- AlBa, Depaul, ap4 Tex-
as Chfipttan, /'
Some of these arm involved In
team races au&dW I EDo to. the
'IT only Iff the ,to win their
league chamif _-1 $ p ind.' an
In other leading games last
DhrreH .Floyd, the natUon's
leading individual scorer, litch-
ed i S6points id his final
reglr season to led PFbatn
to a 9i4-7 victory over Clemsoh
A5 boust his sqeorl Aerage to
S pdinta per g t. John's
(f..T.I tye ..00-50
tmw mln S.
g-aroom. Mome lbo 305P.
Boldwin'a apetments #or rret at
-, SntO lEqra. Phone Salboo 3681
F" -RENT *
FO *RENT: Chalet, 3' bed-
ra i ,' baths, ilng., living-
o"o, garage, large yord, good
WI m.-RINT:-Chalet one bed-p
hlyivt. vg-dInlng roorp, kltch-
-_ ~~f~ti'Qqrql Jose de Son AAO-
+.i - '' "
-* 2 4, talrs.
F.R Rt NI-:-Avaioble soon at.
lyeAi wp bedroom house, ex-
,-hMft neighborhood, negr Pon-
bmaM Hat1W. Reasoiable rent. Tel.
.-1256 .mornin s 9-12.
SFORI ENT:-Furnished chalet at
Bella Vista for 3 months.-Tel.
3-0030 office: after 4:30, 47th
ATTENTION 6.1.1 Justbuilt
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941. "
FOR IENT:---Fumlltdnsd n d -
*-rnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
;fIents. Contact Alhla r Apart-.
Ments. 10th Street. RWAIw .
, men t- *I
dining room. porch, 2 bathroom.
. 48thr.treet No. 2. Bell Vista.
FOR RENT:-Small apartments
In Mexico & Ecuador Ayiue
"Albettlr- Apartment." J.
Chamqs. TeW. 2-2419. 6th
Street No. 10.. Price $55.00
FOR RENT: Spacious 2 bed-
room, 2 bath apartment' with
garage, .maid's roorr and serv-
Ice. Res dental section, Panama,
FQR mIENT Two bedIoom a-
portment chalet. Hot water. De-
skrable location. Tel. 3-1848.
FOR RENT: -Furnished apart-
ment..Do you need it today tele..
phone 3-0471. Regular transpo-*
totion. North AmericaA neigh-
FOR RENT:-Vacotion quarters.
April 2 to June 2. Apply 1 S-A,
, FOR RENT:-Apartment, living-
dling room, bedroom, kircheb. ,
bathroom. Jose de Fabiegu Ave-
nue No. 14, Pasadena..
I~Oft RENT:-2-bedroomn apart-
'ment. living-dining room. two
baths. maid's room, gar ge.
laundry facilities. 44th St. No.
'32. Apt. 4, Belra Vista. Tel 3-
FOR RENT:-Furqished apart-
ment Moderate rent. Regular
transportation, North American
peiahbors. Telephone' 3-0471.
FOR 'RENT:-Furnished oapart-
ment two bedroom. Bell, VsO "
for two rouples, bolrony. l 2fl.- ,
FOR RENT:-Beautifn6ilyv furn,
nished lorge m jrl, klen. 'E-
lUs Vista. Mexico;A 69. near
S143rd St. Phone. S. ,
'(conmaned 1tfi Eftp 1e l
|pl BedCrlatolwol caile
Atd J- a0pl ntolh
f ec p.tc tar e Com i mdatitcat *
lm f'n Lt.ned mIsavo and Spt. Fr6ap ,,
Sth e pture from the left are G aet
Wr C emte, Battlo comaiandl o -tc'
Jr., prof Senbgce and Tactles Canal o
AIasbfrlenland Iadqr Netwoik sadar
sNid. "e are
S ,, ., i talt missiles."
L i .in air defeIn-atr.. A- r aD
told0 ( tded missiles sch al .the F
Sg o and 'ong-range all-weath planes.
cossstreuotlor a r,
dar network t give t.
-aio -at le st Isw.... ....
agiust &0 Auls A-bomb at-
Atlf Forc See t rold E.,
lag For~~ said
I ntoe a..'Ywarning"
it,,*6 gt icrM northern
Canada trom Alaska... to Green-
Whbn aombin; 'with other re-
dar warnIg .ystet. Talot-dald,
.'we can expect a mtzntqlum ot
1two-hours warnf't of ang attack-
Twining. also reported "conal-
Ve aed iad. big)'W'priori-
tv has. been on. develop-
, r~ t nqf -an
silt is "Oritey '.*U0.
Twining aSi rdlbtt', aneared
before the Senate Armed 'ervic-
ts Committee to brie* member
thbe Air Force program ;eallina
ft aI build V W l
mMd-.lT.Talot, said *, t
"st looA to be. about 0 -O
but constantly must b r.evalu-
Both emphasize the a t.oa t*
capability of the Russian r
They said there was "no a gni-
fioant increase" in Soviet itr'
ntrengtB In 1954 but that It "im-
proved quality" with two new
t)pe jdt bombs.
Talbott-aid the U. S. Air
force ha, o intention ."f getting
Into a p %bi eicS with our"po-
bld"w det er m ad to
mAitailn- aivW superk-
Ity of the ep"
The secretary said .two tal"
improvements, are being ltro-
Vb . .
-. Lieutenant-Oovernor Harry 0. Pa
Awards to Eob Connor, voted outstao
mer for 1954; and d*-Strau, outetaM
mpr for IB4. "awards Were prea
the recent Oamboa Civic Councl Swil
left to right: Jane4 .traus:; utenq
son. (OfflefM lPanama Caq
(300 dOeXgreegi) ni tQnaur 2,1u1
cooking plod. Remove cover. DM
Bake unll beans are brown, 201R I
to minutes. .
Chili eef. Ple With Potato Pastry
(RIeM:. 64 servings) .
One pound lean beef stew me
1 tablespoon shortening, A
sliced onion., ~ cap diced., gr
pepper, tups (No. 303) can
matoes, S teaspoons chili Iw
IntIN lp epper, % cup
ripe olves, oflu-ce can red I
,nay beanq,. :
*Ct beef in 14eth cubes. Bl3
in -bbrtenjag. -Add olives I
groawi fetleUb and brown. Add
1. : .
i-r -." 'U"f
- ""i-^ > ""
i|W +i ... .1- ..+,,"...;
I. ~ T. .
1 Goa llch', "&Into CIe:-ti m
Cotfp. Madf Y"
modereo refes. .JhpnGde od
6 .441 ... ""
i NANkU AMUCAN A n morNirT L DAU NW ,APn
. ... ,i- -.. l i .l. -l ,,. l .... ^ 1 11 ..... .I ...I. W-J' . !II-I, IIH I| I ... .. = --llll:., ./' . ...
IM.WAR IT 1M l-
jii. jin *r n -Jii ,. ~ j
o i e "s
-A LJ,10r g
* *s 0e.
"IRON MIS W ES"
Alan z dd
-C- TENT ",
Vera RALSTOW' Joan IUeLIB
The greatest Amerkli drama since
"Gone With The Wind"
o ,, :1o. T: oo :Toopm.-
ThDi . G oRAihAME
The atr oft lw with the
SI-r at ita h ~Is
Popular Dyt $1.10 pe Carl!
"'I- FROM TIS"
Audit Murphy A
CEC .IA Theatre'.*;
FiIInally approved by the Censorst
"GLEN OR GLENDA"
Absolutely prohibited for. minors
i- : i I : I I i-=
Night of aurprseat
Three Gold. Prim.
S "ial andJ Navald Station NNTIIG
lai and kerw.sde Advertises 51 oll l
Conti / Lots Of Property .-
: --o- ,, The Naval Station, Rudman,
Guests Ard. Condess de Rab ago g a "in- [h derautofral y -
F s or for the British Ambassador te b 5 ot of for l a
Mr. ed Mrs. of An. the Spanish Embassy residence ^e property la mad a -s. d
con Btleva areoid for- last evening M a t1nIn Rodman and
ward ,to the arrival of i broth. -- Coco do .%.Js 15 f,*. a
er ant family, Mr. and Mrs. C. V.F.W. Post Party .h lots include automotive. s s b
0. LockrIdge and their son James i A 'Post Party will be held equipment; heavy construction ..
rext Monday. The visitors will tomorrow night for all members equipment and metal working Meethi To Reorganize
ftay with the Lockridges for a and guest card holders of the LLImachines and are being adver- Edith Cavell Juveaniles
month. Frank P. Albrook Post No. 3822 tlsed under Invitation B-11-5B A meeting to reorganize the
Veterans of Foreign Wars of thelwhicb is scheduled to be opened juvenile branch of the Edith
United States. The party w I I l'at 10 a.m., March 8. Copies of Cavell Friendly Society will be
Farewell Party start at 6:20 p.m. and there will the invitation to bid may be ob- held Sunday at, 3:30 p.m.
For Britsh Ambassadoe he free food and dancing, tained at Building 306, P.odman Members of the society are be-
A luucheor was given yester- or by contacting the Sales Of- Meng urged to f the e are-
day by the Brazilian Ambassa.! lice. phone Rodman 3847. i"ire to d all their" chl-
eor to Panama and Mrs. Abelar- Parent Forum dren to the meeting.
do Bueno 4e Prado in honor of|Meets At Margarita |e- r .
gador to Panama, Eric Arthur aarita Service Center to discussM: Ig e seet e T e .. rsae l >n w.. t
Cleugh, who is leaving, the Isth. the formaon of a. P.T.A. on the Guest SDeaker The Cn Zone Workers As-
,us soon. 'Aflantli ,t de It was decided that soc-at-on will meet Tuesday at
The Spanish Aml.ssador a n d ques tionnairp would be sent the Pacfic Service Center at
out through the schools to a I I At Fort Clayton 4:30 p.m. to enroll new members
Ithe artson the Atlantic side and transact other business. In-
paren t de tlrmin c side San Bias Indian missionary cluding plans for the installa-
wanted a P.T.A. guest speaker Sunday morning
The next meeting of t 10:15 during the general Prot- .. A special meeting also has
Te beth eetingaitaSerupe(s3tant services at Fort Clayton, been scheduled for March 15
wnter .. po. e e eyuDr A. ALonnie Igleslas will be tonof officers on March 22.
S1, wwl be oat t heM raritah ice as announced today by with officials of the Panama"
." eter on Mrday, arch 21. Chaplain Robert B. Herndon. government.
Mrs. airlf Here The announcement also said -
ForVisit Will Fam Mrs. Iglesias, the missionary's woadpy Musicale
Mrs. David Fai d. of Miam e. 1 speak at Sunday ere c a t
has arrived id Panama for a School at 9 am. in the Chapel Monday Musicale Feb. 28, at 7:341
of' ofr her w esoanm r. annex.. Imnat the home of Mrs. A. A.
n0n0@ visit of about two weeks as __.e, .....ak= in "Margaritp. The topic
.llother house-guest ofherasonsanddaugh-4 for discussion will be 'Wha t's
ter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Graham leaving to make her home In the New In Music.'
S B. Fairchild of the Paitilla area. States.
She w nsor Other guests included Mrs. Les-
U v 1 ter Anderson Mrs. John C. Pe.
il ln Dr. and Mrs. Edelen terson, Mrs Malnert F. Peter-
S I Rturn To States son. Mrs. Alfred Gloss. Mrs. M
l li-U Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Edelen of F. Drenn, Mrs. Robert Walker
La Plata.., aryland, returned to Mrs. Walter Johnson and Mrs.
.- the United States today, after ,amuel F. Mason. j
for busy housewives soendin Carnival week at the 1 Iw
/ Hofel' El Panama. During their A
stay in Panama they were guests i L a
g*_ion by Dr. Edelen's sister'
oAi ola honor at a number of, c.cktai V II__ *1 W
And Bigo Party
Mrs. Henning J. Spilling aid' L
Mlrs. Alexander Parker W er ie
honored at a Bon Voyage luneb-,
eon and. Bingo party at the homA I
Mrs. T. L. Bailey of Gauhm, on5
Washington's birthday y. Mrs. a
Spiling is leaving for a stateside
vacation and Mrs. Parker Is
AS BIN AS.
ALL AMERICA I
HOMMr J. TAMl
Pv M-!m*W mLRuI
TWV =7=1uPA a
Don't forget to ask for your
SJohnny Guitars Steak A I
I Cocktail at
O.K. AMIGO I
Now, to make life easier for the_ ......-.. ...... m-
homemaker, there's a speedier I
way to prepare roast chicken and -_
still have all the lusciousnees,'
tenderness, and succulence oi aire's What You I
tong homecooking ... and more!
Luscious Swanson Canned Whol, SMeeIO D o Fo ThaI
Chickens need only to be taken' I i
from the can and heated. They're
the pick of the flock... the, BAD COUGH'
mpe MeaetsBAD COUGH
plumpest, meatiest ka at Don't let a bad cough drain your
ever'ca meoutof"the dIe t. vitality . make you feel weak,
They've been pressure-cooked exhausted. Get quick relief ... try
right in the sealed can so nmeo orld-famous Buckley's Canadiol
.the favors and Juicesan l. Mixture ... "o different from any I .
avthe k 1 gl Ju.cS. ^e thing you ever tried before. Take If M
You'll find 3M and 8% lb. ase. one sip of Buckley's. Hold it on the
in their own clear, rich chicken tongue a minute... swallow slowly. a l'"
broth, which makes wonderful Thea feel the marvelous effect an i
gravy. For a zesty addition your throat and upper bronchial
-rve t1 poad peaches with looen up cly, germ ladn phlegm
roast chicken. The recipe's given .. soohes raw, sore membranes. g
elowt c This special medication must be JI
belowood-over 50 million bottles have r
been used. Ask your druggist for a I
bottle of quicik-acting, pleasant-
tasting, inexpensive Buckley's
PEACH UNO CHICKEN ROAST
Remove the plum. whole Swanson
Chicken frea the seon and hoot in a ho
(400" F.) soe fr 20 to 25 nimses.
Genhh wi aMtem Spiced Peadtes
fixed Nds ey wapy Pour a No. 2%
can of peaches ld v lf a aucepd .
erd ie% ,p.*m do v ,& ed aI
gildo Ava -M r 5 mi.ute.. I
Needlo of pep
BsCAUSE IT IS
100% PUlE COFFEE
EAVY IN AN INSTANT
USEts fSAY.-Mo CUP
TNM A POOMW OF IlOUNV
Easier to Digest
Pure, safe Klan milk b recommended
by doctor, foe bAbi. It Is healthful,
reamy-rich cow's mlkin mo nimt
powdered tIa. It's useo to digest
... I.t'eh mr nmilk fryowr bb
(A LeItm feature f the
Panama American, prepared
by the Rev. M. A. Cokson,
Episcopal Church of Our Sa-
viour, New Criatebal).
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER
Read St. John 15:1-12. "A-
bide in me, and [in you. As
the branch cannot bear fruit of
itself, except It abide In the
vinAe no more can ye, except
ye abide In me."
presence of God in his or her1
own life, and those with under-
standinR will reach out across --
the world to ask for unity in the
common quest for the Kingdom W E
of God on earth: wtih one Chris-
tian hope for brotherhood and
peace. Use this meditation to-
The Lord Jesus has invited his .l
followers to abide in him. This
abiding means dependence as
well as obedience: It means ore-
ness and a life of joy, peace. C l
and power. Let us ask ourselves
today with all humility: Is it our
wish from this time forth to a-
bide in him? In the spirit of
worship, let us meditate upon CLrV m
the words of the Lord as he L OV E
speaks to us: I
"Abide in Me" are the words
of the Gospel that have been se- "If you abide in me, and my
elected as the theme for this fir:t words abide in you, ask whatever
Friday in Lent as Christian peo- you will, an dit shall be done for
pie throughout the world father you. By this my Father Is Irlori-
In over a hundred countries to lfied. taht You bear much fruit.
spend the day in prayer-prayer and so prove to be my disciples."
In the name of the' universal
Christ. Prayer: Lord, teach us to pray.
Some will pray under trees, We know that we cannot pray
having no church. Some will aright. until we have been freed
pray under thatched roofs, in from prejudice, Intolerance and
humble churches, in great ca- Indifference. Give us Imagination
thedrals: some on hospital oeds with love, that those whom hav-
of pain and some in leper col- Ing not seen we count as mem-
onles. bers of our family: through Je-
Each one will Driy for the 'u% Christ our Lord.
El Panama enjoys
making living more
Take, for example, just two
wonderful ways of heightening
your delight in living in Panama.
*.OUR. SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET.
A beautiful event for ALL the senses. A superb
array of hot and cold dishes, served in the cool.
leafy patio with music by Clarence Martin's
Orchestra. From 7 p.m. Only.S3.50 per person.
* DINING and DANCING
up In the lovely Bella Vista Room any evening
(except Sunday) to the most danceable tunes of
Martin's Orchestra is sure to make time fly by
more happily than ever.
A Kirkeby Hotel
Call Max, 3-1866
for resM n lions.
When you add a sque ef SATINA to yow
hot sktrh, yoe will m oy muse advounages
l The iron gidau smooly ov he fabra.
The m don't a r tick, there
you're through mob lMr.
Clothe hmp doer leow basums dust
and dkt al off the d ATIA lAh.
Apai fron m gir yeos uBmta a .'like
giveath a sohms. 5
will gARbWl ao is
ade In New Zealan by
your money in our Weekly Raffle.
SI I I V T 0 I e
5 Central Ave. 18-45 (137)
Buy KEN-L-RATION Dog Food
with magic CHLOROPHYLLIN
N-- M -qNW----
N ow--your dog can have the complete nourishment
Ken-L-Rationo s known for, plus the new and
sensdonal odor-desteoying benefts.of chlorophylin-
all at an extra costly -
Ken-L-Ration with chlrophylln eliminates breath and
body odor. .. solve a Ion standing problem with dog
meus who smy new'3- LRation brings unbelievable
ro nlts .
S" e vt in today and ,my good-by
ta~ d"nfrvr- ,.*..*.*
mum aste M am* t, 7
sf '"* ** orse m-e" The do_
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Mu a _-
J FaP'.%A:,!.A A .i"XAN A N LC t.'4T BAsLE NPiwANVrJI
P14MM, -uawii s8p~
lmm -. -~-,.1<-
0 U i .... -...........
Alormina Gets Ready Saddler 7-5
For F. Arias Paredes To Whip Davis
Classic In Final Test In N.Y. Tonight
Six Class B imported thoroughbreds will match am YORandyaddler is fa (P)
strides tomorrow afternoon in the featured $750 six- vored at the tight price of 1-5 in
and-one-half sprint race at the Juan Franco race very heavy betint to gbeat Teddy
track, unique featherweight title fight
at Madison Square Garden.
Two of the entrants, ,eedy Lexden gets in under 103 and For the first time in nearly
Alormina and vastly Improveu Federico Godoy is scheduled to three and one-half yearS,
Jaqulmazo, will get special at- do the booting. Jose "Paco" Bra- string-bean Saddler of New
tention if only because they are vo will be aboard Goyonder and York will be risking his crown
entered for the $5,000 added aix-!Hector Ruiz will have the leg up and paring down to the 126-
and -one-half furlong Franciscc n Games. pound limit.,
Arias Paredes (formerly Speec No other champion In the 06-
Classic) which will be run Mar. Sthn Feiner rates a good year history of the feather dyi-
6. ria wich te ch' off her recent perform- elon ever kept his title in the
Alrmina,. hich totes 118 an~e while Goyonder and Cames mothballs so long.
pounds including jockey Alfredo seem. hopelessly outclassed No other champion in any di-
asque returned from a five- at- this nce. However, Goy- vision ever boasted as high a
month layoff last Sunday and wonder is back in his best form knockout average for more than ARMED FORCES LITTLE LEAGUE FIRST HALF CHAMPS- (
display his. usual early foot and could spring another of the g0 fights as Saddler's .640, re- Bob Taht, Willie Peterson, Johnny Bateman, Allan Scott, Borner
for fourfurlOnis before stoppinaf now frequent Juan Franco sur- suiting from 98 kayoes in 153 my Sutton and coach Tex Butter. (Front row) Ramon Cabrera,
almntoto a walk. This race will Prbm bouts. And no other challenger Ryblcki, Freddie Walker, Eugene (Pee iWee) Linfors, Tim Hadley.
serv teginald Douglas' ace as Ten in any division ever was charged
the test and tightener he- Ten other prospective thrill- with as many defeats as the 47
fore the big one. Alormina is now packed, surprise-filled races are for Davis of Hartford, Conn. Ni
bothreSd by bad legs. Therefore, included on the program. Because of 28-year-old Sad- W M at e9
lers to note the manner in which | year-old Davis' losing list, one
: he comes out of this sprint. rr1nl l1ne might expect the champion to
Jaqulmazo, slated to be ridden JuE InI u lcU IJJ be favored at 4-1. fA rven ter
by Ruben Vasquez under 122 By CONRADO But such is not the case. There O I- A If
S pounds, has been second his last is widely shared suspicion that J Nw n
two time# out following two im- skinny Saddler may be as weak
presslve victories. Last week the I-Mr. Foot Double In as a starved cat because of
upWredictable Relampago II took 2-My Dear C. Malone weight-making tortures, not en- "
Jaquimazo'8 me sure. The ore- 3-Winsaba La Nacion (e) dured since his last defense a-
S vigus week he had to be content 4-NaranJazo Julio against Willie Pep, Sept. 6, 1951. Si|| -ii
tonAmori. 6-Tempestad Salustlo stamina necessary for the 15-
i nn Feiner, Lexden, Goyonder 7-Tllama Tiger's Teeth. round route? = Iha v e 'thes t U a
and Cemes round out the six- --Floreno (e) 9 Saly's Spruei .... y
horse field. 9-Golden 1Tap Matruh As Re I t
Pinn Peiner will be guided by 10-Jaquimao Sinn Felne:'1 A hburnl m KPIe t
Manuel Ycsza and will carry 107. 11-Pregonero Coran """" -
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE ARMED FORCES
~ SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Second Contract W L Pet. Curundu shut-out Clayton 4-0
S" Seymour Agency 2 0 1.000 in Armed Forces Little Leagh.e
O ffer B L I "' l I s l Lincoln Life 1 0 1.00 games played Monday while
IS SpurCola 0 0 .000 iobbe beat Caribbean Command
SOffere By hl1 .000 5-2 for ths first win ofthesee-
Gibraltar Life 0 1 .000 ond half of the series.'
A * N W O R 5 a( NW Police 0 1 .000 Curundu's 4 -0 win at Clayton
i, 'T -.T B m A G- ;, NEW YORK, Feb. 25 (UP) brok a first place tie dropping
Center-fielder Richie Ashburn, Seymour Agency 2, Gibraltar 1 Clayton to second place with a
--- who "took" the Philadelphia In one of the best played ball 2-1 record.
A l TTA ETP will be in chr.. Tom is a ver. aPhillles' first two salary pitches, games of the year, Seymour Asa Barley pitched magnifi-
A.LINEO U apabenrcharge.l aw sefort i wg today Agency sent down the Gibraltar cent ball allowing one hit, a sin-
._ A N-,\hapable outfielder and this.ly eIsfiebeing .ffcially designat- Life Insurance lads to a 2 to 1 gle.by Jack Burke In. the sixth
M o hasimel hurt more teams wit4i hi ad as the first holdout of 1955. defeat. banning. He struck out nine men
.na. er S ,qland ennoune- .timely hi tting of the long bail Ashburn fired back the Phil Both pitchers, Jackson for 01Gi- and walked five while Joe Suares
S to i..n t ta mate aboard. lies' second offer last night and braltar and Pearl for Seympur, called the signals. Bob Sueti
g ins h e the h.eilaa ke o h indicated, he wpuld not sign hurled masterful games in the Clayton pitcher, whiffed three
id against the lneos With the above team on the pi ess p reei4v a raise over clutches. Time and t pt a ainbut gave u psix hits and three
di night mat ebof ae .In et h pn m Dnueet ,tep his leoe ne fleet lead meh would get on b b la thwa Ray Amato batted 8 for 4
.m the ,wo. e oyIe n aine he t ce 10te~Oall-O, -*tr o di.not disclose the but never scored. GOib hr lefwh Joe Garcia garnered jbe
i it moo t hkIers lucl C ne' m ore -- or.tifAll ars terms of h fttfers but it is be- ten men on bases and Seymour only double of the game. Pal
have more than their hands full. seem more an fortifleolbehind leved the firit called for the stranded seven. Hodges was the catch ro
Starting at first base, Jerry the plate. Bruce Is well out in h rd e was the catcher or
Sb th fr e ame amount he made last sea Freddy Huddleston starred at Clayton.
$ rfee, pasting better than .452f .ront of anyone in the leaus ththsole hitn- tw an bles aled e- at t be .th os t
T n o one sf ht h b For he ent ing mre n e s ta sea o Te and On fat rented hit tenano tea o se ond hia of t ohe thef oat
S dcf nivelay one of the e in o the g a u ng hburn, 27, hit .313 in 153 and scoring the only two runs won their first game of the sec-
jk_ `#' J.opedh rightua departmentn, tslamming out i.tga mes last season K compaaraedto l credited his OteamR AOntheOP- won o Ithe sers a eAG te i
at fcw years, would be anyone' circuit clouts in the last five 330o in 156 games in 1953. He sai.d position. Dickle Snyder collectediCaribbean Coma nd 5-2. Dav
e re than tougames o augment his first half is in fine physical shape but two blows Bean, wo struck out nine and2
gi.jiny Lovetady will holdbe tting average of .56ass that the Phalies' offer "Just In the final nnin Butch Ra- ssued four bases on balls a-
d+pn rcc. w h ore, the position Th e pitching will fall on 1-r- wasn't what I wanted." ger pulled the bal rdown theow Caribbean Commanduone
hi eld forte w' illso rt sized Jim Wlson, only Nd Allena lb 2 0 1 coco Solo om7 3
r n: Lnd chneider and Georgom the Bar-The club, meanwhile, announ- right field foulline fo a double. run in the first innin 5
Stwr who wou'd be piIu rrt P he bier are being heId in the re- h tte r a st sesonon oa m McOp 2 0 1 Coca C 6
bove c More-m: .e If he dn he has been going, no morup t e neeitch ed thesning s of catcher Stan On a fielders choice he reached otaal
' Ct sot s d Corn criff a s.chne Lopata, shortstop Ted Kazanski third, so with no outs and men added 2 n the bottom of the
t1e C-', ots deoenai de p ay-o t t 2 -
Sd rd For reserve, strength, Johnny indication was given an onfirst nd thirdKenny Pearl secpndtostay-offn top. They col-
Sill ta'er charb.and ba C w ca s The Conejos will field their er, who split the catching t ee men. The game wasthrilthird and one ip between the Policeu
Sa ar rrtry t there hot Durfee can strong clubto the utfield sigmet with Smokey Burgess le- armor right down to the last man. t o Braves
corner. a r dit he usd adwn on without any noticeable weaken- In 954, hit .0e M uard3b 3 Torgson -bi yt-
h :w hf.es th-e hrightoe*t. w sbcostrieng 2th at and iaanrks hol, a i-g T e b or ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
S In the rcut s well to break the infield Bll Star lv record. Not 39 gaes, hit only .139. Brand- SEYMOUR 3 0 1 rnot Half Final Staof rndings w
Itthe 'ngle if s i lso Beme1 Afll andt oventrconfidn ot nfieldBellya no-tr per 3 he aon Saturday afternoon
ar wamre than touIf ever ny ou cvere "udo" Valentine can and will Stpear a wiln, f In the fnal scheduled game
Just flrren liket the oneograss fill the position assigned to .Wae... Hud dlnstoneb 3 0 2 on host
Milwau right fieldee, tToe Brmyves BarghPitman 7:00, rp.m. 2 0 0 Police e
In l't fle i 1 t!y Wills. r a'ged Jim Wilson, only Na- Allen, lb 2 0 1 Coco Solo W7
S. ar. '.l.t.i to ite.._ _i- L.. e and..ast seasonbeor Uonal Leaguer to pitch a no- Morris,u s 3 0 1 M. of Omaha bt
S I B h---i i vhtter last season, only a few Pearl, p 3 0 1Coca Colaeld-
ter w would e t bier are being held in the re- or he finishedafter general manager with an 8-2 elet Mel down in allowing the
bove I- "-nre- -t .3m if )e titdn', serve to take up the Pitching John Quinn said waivers bad Dubbs, 3b 2 0 1 Coco Solito 3 7
% vve t. V p-d1t"iL burden o burden should Schneider weak- been obtained on him. L. Brockman, cf 2 0 0
"h c-br- t elt!, F'7s1". urd end', Nn Indication was given wheth- r The .play-off to decide the
will tR',e ehir'e. and takt- cnac The Conejos *111 field their er Wilson would be with the championship between the Polies
If an u erstriteant where 1', regular strong club that took the Braves or whether Quinn In- GIBRALTAR Pals and the Coco Solo Braves
-eof-e1 'e. A d-neerots har.i first half gonfalon. and feel tnded going through with veiled Harmoney, If 3 0 1 for the first half, will be play-
th mod.f en tmoreOro niholehe.Bal ,2b0 1ernonaradinqucae3ofrainwi
S1 hItttr;, who is" -lways )b' confident that this is the year ha to n o the Bal.Mdamsr 2b 3 0 1 ed at Margarita on Friday aft-
thes"ngle, a nemes O afraid and not overcon nt CEC IA The ATRE andlot record. 1 be played on Saturday afternoon
to' te ctche on the b they eel this is their year. itagr, lb 3 1 at 3:30.
"I CHANGED MY SEX"
aA ifIf 1
IiM~la / II
i Hedy Lamar in
"SINS OF ADELEINE
SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
Balboa 4:30-6:10-7:50 DIABLO HT. 6:15-7:50
AIR-CONDWI0ON8 I Dorothy MALONE
"THE LONE GUN"-Color
SZt. "PRISONER OP WAR"
PEDRO MIGUEL 6:15 84.0
Sat. "SUSAN StLEP HERbE"
1T"THE QUIET MAN"
PSa. **oNws sIa
&L. -TE, RoYrnAr I sat "'AC&G BLOOD"0.
"Black Sheld ol Falworth"
UL "11B DEWB3ADO"
PARAIBO 6:15 -1 8:
SANTA CRE 6:U S:
"aOWT a Jx 1iEAy"
CRISTOBAL 6:15- 3:35
I LA BOCA 6:15-:25X
I COUP BIRD glu-St
ack row, left to right) Manager
Hadley, Douglas Bergere, Jini-
, Johnny Jones, Borce, Jansen,
Bat boy George Linfors.
Prmoter Enrlque Martin of Co-
lon today )disclosed that he is
negotiatingf0or a March 20 "rub-
ber" match between Joltin' Joe
Brown of New Orleans and Cu-
ban welterweight Tony Arven-
teros of Havana. Final arrange-
ments depend on the outcome of
the scheduled March 6 ten-
rounder between Brown and
Bobby Rosado, welterweight
champion of Puerto Rico, at the
Colon Arena. 6
Arventeros punched out a
decision over Joltin' Joe dur-
ing the later part of last De-
cember. In the return match,
Brown stopped the Cuban in
eight rounds when the referee
halted the bout because Tony's
mouth was badly gashed. The
contest had been a furious one
up to the timq it was halted.
Rosado, who arrives tomorrow
night at Tocumen airport, is
sure to be in. for a rough night
against the lightweight con-
tender. However, the Puerto Rl-
can, is expected to take care of
himself since he is easily the
toughest opponent hat-:Browa
will face here since he endeated
himself'to local boxing fans. -
Joe gave notice that he is al-
ready In top form by smashing
Baby Hawkins' mouth to a pulp
during a workout Wednesday at
the Colon Arena. Hawkins has
since been unable to continue
sparring with Joltin' Joe. Ama-
teur prospect Herbert Douglas
and Chocolate II now workout
Starting next Monday, Jol-
tin' Joe will speed up his
training program by swapping
tuneup punches with Isidro
- Martines, rated by many the
iuncro w n e d featherweight
champion of the Isthmus.
The semifinalists, meanwhile,
continue to whip themselves in-
to their best condition. Kngck-
out artist Sylvester Wallace will
be trying for his fourth conse-
cutive K.O. triumph against
Horacio Ottis at 135 pounds. Ottis
hopes to regain prominence by
Two four-round preliminaries
round out an all-a ar program.
'uan Franco Graded Eatri'
P.P. Bor Jockey Wit. COMMENT OD
lit Race I" -Imported Fg. Pure : .ol donee: 1.. 4
,imRace of the DeINWa
1-C. Brand C. A. Oonza.i 105x-Nice effort In last -
2-Goaga J. 1me. 17x-Early speed last tit 4-1
8-Mr. Foot H. Rul 110 -Imp$n sowl 3-1
4-Pincl B. Agul. 113 -jockey could 1
5-Copedora ooy 104x-Blaming early sped 5-1
6--Red Oak B. More. 114 -Long overdue 3-1
7-Newbrlghton J. Gongo. 118 -Dry track handleaipe
8-Paques .M. Yeasa 105x-Rates outside chaine 1
9-Escandalo A. Mena 115 -Nothing to indicate 1U-1
10-Double In A. Vas. 120 -Seems best off forn 3-2
2nd Race "G" Imported I MilePurse: $450.0M ool cloe : 1:1
Second Race of the Double
3rd Race "H"
9- (Sin Igual
A. Vas. 115 -Rates chance this time
G. San. 113 -Nothing In weeks
V. Alvear 106 -Doesn't seem likely
J. Bravo 110 --serious effort here
F. Rose 115 -Distance to liking
L. Giral. 112 -Should score off last
A. Ycasa 115 -Longshot specil"hst
Native % Fge.Pursnes M $5. Pool eloies 1
106x-Could score at price 10-1
104 -Longshot possibility 25-1
115 -Despite bad legs Even
108 -Dangerous contender 3-1
102x-Rider spoils chance 10-1
109 -Nothing to recommend 30-1
115x-Distance seems short 8-1
113x-Jockey handicaps 4-1
100x-Not against these 2-1
120 -This one rates chance 2-1
4th IRa e "G" Native 6H Fls. Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20
L. Giral. 120 -Dropped in class
F. Hidal. 404 -Would pay uilcy odds
V. Brown llSx-Also ran higher
J. Cado. 116 -Dangerous contender
J. Phillips 1 --Could score in upset
A. Ycaza 113 -RAcing. to top form
Mena R. 115x-Will fight It out
B. Agul. 110 -Should be close up
S. Carva. 107x-Rider handicaps
Sth Race "F" Native 7 .Fg..Purse: $275.8 Pooet eloles: 1:
Mena R. 115x-Dropoed in elass
G. Ramos 97x-Nothing to indicate
SV. Casti. 113 -Must improve more
H. Ruiz 108 -May beat Montero
A. Gonza. 103x-Ran well last timne
J. Jime. 105x-Nothing in month,
R. Vas. 113 -Easy victory in last
J. Gonro. 113 -Returns from levqff
J. Avila 115 -Raciner to -best form
J. Bravo. 115 -Excluded -from betting
6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.Pure: $40.N 0 Pool elo : 2S:s
First Race of the Double
7th Race "G"
A. Vas. 118 -Could go all the way
R. Vas. lib -Razor sharp these days
M. Reyes 118 9-Ndt best form
J. Gongo. 107 -D t jee likely
L. Giral. 18 -S etbueffOrtsno- '
V. Cast l18-t-Iate waik rvMH
G. San. 113 -Has fin-lshing kick
A. Yeast 118 -Rates outside change
A. Gonza. 105x-Longshot possibility
J. Bravo 113 -Returns in good form
Imported 1 Mile Purse: $456,M Pool closes:
Second Raee of the Double
A. Gonza. 102x-Distance too long
F. Hidal. 108 -Better n short races
L. iral. 113 -Depends on tat
V. Alvear 110 -Ran well In l.ast
M. Ycaza/ 107x-Hard to beat here
H. Ruiz 108 -Distance to liking
J. Jime. 103x-Could get up here
B. Agui. 110 -Rates good chance
8th Race '"" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $400.00 Pol elees: 4:40
r1 m... ( '.UA 1i -apparenTYJ Improved V 2-1
For the Coke boys this was the ---
Iast game o a comeback, 9th Race "F" Imported 7 Fpg.Purse: $5M.00 Pool el0e0: 5:15
as the started the eason with ONZ TWO
four straight losses, then picked -
up four wins in their remaining I-Vedette F. Hid al.s ly uts in stretch S-1
six games. i 2-Pinlno R. Vas. 113 -Has good rider now .2-1
3-L. Martha J. Bravo 113 -Returns from layoff 10-1
S-- -- m 4--Remro V. Casti. 118 -Returning-to life 5-1
i 5--Golden Tap A. Vas. I--Had ..to t..here $-I
G T T T 6-Verticoordia A. Ycaza 106 -In-rand-&Ot performer 10-1
--- L J --- 7-C. Prince J. Phillips 108 -Depends ott mood 10-1
S-Matruh C. Iglesigs 113 -Racing to bst form 3-1
S- T 0 D 10th Race fB" Imported 6% Fgs. Purse: $750 rw Pool cless: :4
0.60 ..30 1-8.Feiner M. Ycaza 107x-Lght weight could help -1
2-,-Alormina A. Vas. 118 -Reportedly ready 3-2
hws0: S '.aia' 7 4-G4oyonder J. Bravo 112 -Distance hand apse 8-
...._ 5-Jaquimazo R. Van. 122 -Will fight I out 3-2
Y... J .6-Cames H. Ruiz 103 -Nothing since Nov. 3 30-1
S l 11 th Race "G" Native 64 Fs.Purnse: $M.84. Pool closes: sx
II -'. 1-Camaron V. Casti. 113-Could get up here 3-1
2-Pregonero B. Aul. 110 --Jookey could help 2-1
I -o ranA .- vu.1 5 15 -Racing to form -1
4ll ,. H---Volador C. Iglesias 105 -RatesgOod'ance 2-1
i UN CLUB era and if sh- keeps improving.,
i i CLUB she will be abie to handle a shot-
il lh- i '1" gun as expertly as she handles
NOT i I a hypo needle at the Coc olo
hospital. Betty says that
aJ that more women should par-
Art "Heavyshell" Sutton Boes cpe I the sport.
not limp from any deformity, S ore for Wednesday after-
V. Alvear 102 -Hasnt Imbroved any
A. Gonza. 107x-Poor retM races
F. Rose 108 -Even B' didn't help
A. Valdi. 113 -Suddenly tone sour
V. Orte. 120 -Despite quitting habit
J. Bravo 115 -Dangerbus this time,
R. Guerra 107x-Redtrns from brief rest -
J. Gongo. 115 -Could core aain
G. San. 112 -Knocking at -oor
If IRuti 112 flfIMPA__A
nor is he lop-sided from walking
around hills. An Illinois farm-
boy could hardly be called a hill-
billy; in the true sense of the
The little irregularity in Art'3-
S is caused from carry the
"heavy" shell a wound aso muah on
the Crstol s*eet range. He
s hhootsa a ee Bore- m=1b he
gets to t low-boeW don
nmber 8 P
aurrttnllB~Ma VUVS Bo
SKT (U targets)
Art SmttI ,24
Winay iker w
Jeentd (410) 1
ShMoy AbSna ly .
Brad (41) q
mas. p. uam T.
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'Sadil.r tend T Keep con OutOf he
;. .. '." Fe b. 25
A, 7,ieddy figures o ut u .,
er-uwgt weo wl try, io it lOe n manllore to em. d
"from ......... haddor alrt Madis aea a ooesq s uare as- -he a *0 .da.I, the o A te r e
w As~.~ lae but hose the asee guoIhed CitY Coll ege gugas to be too- big a Job t s M et aya o the m
squad, Nat elbmans te r ar ged the rules emanmittee of the war- fora cou ie of reasons. One lldefendedheir yar the ch
stourt ame tadpt the pfessional -second rule at t that ado er is too much as ted ef their prt. T o th Il-
t ,r oooao h oInm snI arkuuts~t fh sieaon'of the 'IM o" Tro hytary vwis wg
ent sst p eelddbkeodMre uet lor begux y ey c all Aeutoy. of a eh = pa by e are excel for shooting In the
Holman said be sought the anti-fr5eezeU to reulan otg UlYunet tatn the Uiorem .. .. . Ine con ;. f foulr willto t.-at a',t 8 b .itt| LtU l ceqoyrifiofy
to lift college tllt of the doldrunms-i n whichIt asSewr koa hokuts a et rnsanoaacta" o the pi he i t "A PsusId by the ..of. 'bL s
been cast by the tremendous grth of zone defenses- but as a aia camp here. It is the old a.
safeguard against "nianipula toi"eby players. o e ia a hsler wao steps toe h This sbmoa team was made e -Ia ,somro rt, d i ,n, ,. wc .
off i ad~g e the psed with which the profesmonb rte ct toan o e wis sparma otg fs- teI ,o of a rao ee io or po a o O e
the need s rchangl e olman opined. "They make their moves adier mhoie eL nano toe t o-t T--. PAAet -Ai e re e d is h i fii s u
rnit. Tle ru committee bf the colleges, on the other staae tn Aras ruined so many illm y compare tm so
hand. too slow, too deliberate. n w. ni9 l. L eCol George f exe t u e fied ther
"It would be wietolive the HREOAl I O m te v rEileer v oe varpitde b the little.r themrteha nots. OusAn ofAalr oA obmmunis Aeo ile ompb- ft|
et up tre a the f no Saer ut withiog. a gu *.r thiad fe. Cha rled the- t argetn 0 o0tehs . in earie..r
u missi .eos be Dre C.(oe A, eane, or 3New Jerse tcoh meat t wh anch aneteoon deuringI, Roc e ter known for his a- ears r dodioat w th2 yd a hat there isto 1 Cr ioII III
ble prosedtiot w eith fond&alt that n er he do t e se ttaedl hth tscore pn N Lome fi nee istn ot eo tanl
"Iwishknouwthed ttY of the man who devised the 24- l a training te hme out oe t eaite wIthte Ie-no and No- hie 3 u il e material
Dr. All the r e-l to remoaethe e o a ctip yorn ear- a a s ne rtas n who th epp d Into ];ere. M i ll rs -E e fs hve el-s
second regua itonao that I couldsing lehinto ut forhavingbper a- ce aing asnsoo ean s othee gamt ranks for g tod witth w m ee he
ba Irre ulats mover away ean aes c aheap on Teank sThfotal r4o5odn byill btaane dnintributonsco of iIC:w7amee atthe*
forme a tremeado o benefit to basketball., vn-ed ttoth en worxe I Thee aBmes of n nio these oveed acar-de & andth-e b
"There has been a grest deal of correspondence among col- TIHa; h l* be Kid Gavlld ti s ho a ther n 5 esorb the se th at h aill e nda th av
contetstioneMss thi acts n'e o a d W mt closw ithin o the lastwodisy, then.e bbeoh asleruy W. op at r a t nalx a-2 87 o9 m4n submit the double s, goa omf
lege people on the subject of the anti-freee rulero g withn he last ho v es e siowe, tr it t on lh a e o ewoo rethi b really l e" oh i e do e a a -
six weeks anddl may say,- that itt appeal hI un ersa/l aSa u ttig pnea ota worl sa e t B est to. eaIfavirage ever compiled iprovall on theht oblesa o py.-
teprohs on ee tsion has helped toimpress th rise wh olesomenessproudioney stonuy w eo nve e t heye bahaoe hevr conan prnva l Sota ndat Toai C a l W s Pe .
of the regulation ona ell whotfollow.th erver adi having people. aro .und him er-r0 in.o tedou por i uti B IG TOA i
aLta&le atmon of the 14-aaoend blinker machine n all oef ourtPole ,wdo o toite me no t ih urllsa v er- for i T TAKE I B
e o e to te r nous. hardship, ast led m inu e e o. .uv t t o SPOTLIh-T SUNDAY
te nmln .d tming would, entyls r n e tor oe oa "Sy ,u B o ire km day a Jaffray fired 376,_ Roberts 368, AT FARFAN RANGE I I I I
Cott yonlittle more thanks, h ast sai)n 5 e d otaNr lane .illman 306 and Man- l lI l 88 II
"t"he pe d not d o n. baskeball mbutdiuerenL .it wasn ts w it should ning 65 for a team. total of ext s sunday will mse the 1955I IoI II
NO ANSWER TO ROG'S CURE-ALL be at all..People were..n jt he.145-3.0N., JAfMYRobert&andrevival of.big. bore rifle compe-
h o .y tg nim andrlgbnhi-nd tey l sha Was U 81l took firstsecond titloursatthe alboa lQun Club'i
Holman the. discumsd thefrh eimwarnngagainstl "the.dan- come. iro ew or. t an th r e. Indli.duQl. a- Farfan 200h yard range. The ll
ger of gambling po.isedover the hearts of collegiate basketball" tena o of watching ne Kiu, their ward while leading their eam course of fire will be t simple
Just issued by Dr. F. C. (Phog)Allen, for 38 years coach at the aitention was directed to Saddler, to the victory. one to start with: 30 shots, 10 FREaENTATION OF AWARDS to 1954 Cristobal-Colon Rotar.
University of Kansas. who was mring puanes at a awes ck in August of 1948 the slow standing (NRA). 10 Blow From left to rightatward table Rotary President Jamesi e I
"Big-time basketball may be experiencing something. I am ky guy i the ring. alBc Junior Rifle team made sitting and.10 sustained, stand- Gonzlez da f eD
no alarmist, bute it --sems to me tha o we might do sotme"ing e anoy was oresed g n. te anary SCal soo.tin history when they Ing to poe,. in 70 seconds. r an o s
about It. yellow sweat, sarm and t I g ant, defeated allthe senior and m l- Shooters rwi be limited to iron '
"Dr. Allen says the cure-all is to remove the scene of action uao-olue sweat pants.is H e w t team overthis same course sights, but will not -be t restricted 3 0
fromtlarge city arenas,..ianh toplimit our college teams to their boxing 'soes squeaked an he at 100 yards. Sunday, they tookx to the military type sight. Weap-
owntgymral umi..bl n o pmoveu san mae xeu laces nashea second. .ace with a total s.coreon will be any using the 30-06 hresIoairlt am nt
:-"As a coach Whose lial has been moved Into these gym- as his feet danced, of 14 This team of Juniors government cartridge and h-ay- ~d i w
nasituns, wint to answer Dr. Allen with, 'I don't know.' I SA A~It ta in I a tcat. n fired, ab ou the same aver-I ngT a three pound pull or over.
"OurI clege-kidsmust have moal fiber. -Coacies and par- His hnds Vwre highff and moved a re as their p dece sors This match will be for IndIvid- u fr ia .
ents staes'this ned1of the tbne. We must clse ii on thes-gam- q cly. sids .eaa uobbea teUy. Of P.Years past, and they'nala and for four man teams, the hVsSI". n
blers who are trying tto6r 4estr the lives f your youngM ten. he 'moved on i ts man Inm a u w lbave won this meet entry fee will be one dollar, andaed .--
."Perhaps we need state 'omm ns to superve coege siaiant-ups fstanee, wten .coloseu t .e t1 A o. f. e and firing will start at 8:45 a.m.S a l g.h
basketball an other amatuerasporti. I believe the pros cantake wit him to fire the S a d dto r naistent shooting, except for (Sunday, 1Tb. 27)." Taret will iban Ie l
care of themselves. otrauem arwh -b tehookbtog nh em-the brilliant performance of the be the military "A". Possible
"Ifwouldtlike to see state groups composed-of teachers, bual- e dy. oeniob. -" bih score here Is 150-30v. If the One of the most popular actv-
neamen and the clergy, equipped with investigators, to keep an "This," Birdie Briscoe, t h u This match marked the initial shooters are hot, It may easily L es of the Crlstobal- Coion IP -
official eye on things. Those scandals, through the medium of trainer, was saying, the uy voearanee in smallbore t pe- take a 145-5v to go home wth ary Club, atF. l asfar a the Walte
we waited mor. ,.ms is toe fr t a titon'ah, ere of military teams first place money. Next motnh-youngsters of Golon are Oon-;
hthe eadlyoint r ustnot happen again. It ma hit our time Sandy' been himself since fr the 1th DU an from the course get a little rde erned, is the r al-ln e u d d
So int. t ihe came out of the Army the F obbe Gun lub. These Firers physically ble toidoe a Rotary Softall League. Thr PPr uc n o
ye t l ar. teamn and their members arketo will be expected to take their coaudt Woyearlyteu Pdert e. Tn
thCOLLEGE a GAM o ed J COMPARED WITH PRO ACTION ee him? Every move he be eoLhplU7ented both on the turn in the pits.o auspices of al Derv- -50
es me ld s t lehing go- 11 Committee, Dr. Rapael De '
SHolma said he bad placed his i dea for state sports con- like a seasoned tgntmer. de only Sunday's rifle -ore follow: oyrie, chairman, recre atlon is
missions, berfre Oov. Robert B. Meyer-of New jersey. It mthnay throw a punch wnen he figures BALBOA GUN CLUB M. 71 provided fo rover 280 youngsters
be predicted With finality that neither e nor any other state t score ooa. He 's relaxes HeBOroAGnedet ooer 28 of 1 g a
eo epro enotain b eth l butin foobalin wellea ha ve ro alnwthed al rond TmProne Sit Kneel Total Sad T a0 2 Paetween the as of 13 and 20 inaO B in T ec
executive will entertain the coposion of policing c b oes three nute a round n affra . 100-7x 95-2x 95-2x 8u-x 376-12x olon. ..
ketball football or any other sports.The colleges themselves en anybody one's in with, Heav Roert. -x 9 9-x 4 There are 20 tms n d. the
wld flt It.. en forbid they haven't got tao DL an, Nor.. . 9-2x 0-5x x 8 7 36- sague, divided Into four groups 0
"sor are the varni". likelyxto eliminate their antlpathy foromuch heart. x 8 30- as to age and s E n t
hiring a Ford Frik 7r a ulius tHelfand to fight possible basket- 'Ibt sparring partner shoved he league and. trophies are pro- 'WSW
Saddlery auwary the champion Team Total .......................................1......75-31 xided by the Contributions of
d letln fctoros eJb. As compared with the moment.n,n he righted himself, BALBOA JNIOR- are named acordiny..
r lonal-t A.1W .ie,:'w e tits 10 or qdozendif- .uickly. andJtred a snging left Prone Sit Kieel Stand Total Cotlontarls laA.1d 2 333 isI
f~r4ht pattetit .r 'ith haIeme it u'. Tl wkte -face.-.e ollowedAt Orr anette.,... 100-99 'IO-*r It ;.' S.. -.,,e e .. ;ted0q E&-.
ridculao b9 s n e am hdt35H2-.toe87macu l ha 7 6 35- satoed by France Btop o 1 2 ell
tso1 e-vr1. d cs w.i .... the body, then brought a smile Weibb. . .. . 97-l 93-2x 87 6 i34 x submits the flowing stanngs,
arius drawbacks will be noted as the fom Briscoe as he hardly pulled Chae........ 45- 3x which i. include games payed .
Garden semen aieves t shrillest note tomorrow night, with t he hand back before firing it to- through Feb. aE7:E
Manhattan,. wtner of 10 straight, meeting LaSalle, and NYUthe chin. Tea Total ....................................... 1407-20x
tackling St. Louis. "I THINK HE'LL BE o k a TyCristobal-Colon Rotary Club
It will be Interesting to note how far Tom Gela of LaSalle, fu this one," a writer said to BALBOA GUN CLUB No. 2 Softball League
rated the top player of the twin bill, will be able to rise above tnarney Johnston, who manages Prone Sit Kneel Stand Total Cla_ "0" Won Lost Pt. T
e handias oed 12ee lrool KrSitode.l78tand22o5alaWonaLosaPb TODAYg-t- K ee tand Tonal
e caps the c ooe goe Saddler. Johnston then leaned Lucas......... 99-5x 97-2x 91 78 365- 7x Dr. no..........2 2 .5o0
It would be extremely intriguing were one of those contents over and pointed to Saddler In Schmidt, John. 96-2x 94-lx 87-1x R0 357- 4x Ducruet Seguro ... 2 2 .50 ING CROSBY DANNY KAY in
say LaSalle vs. Mianhktta played with the 24-second rule, and the ring and began to explain Millard. ....... 99-6x 89 77 7' 344- 6x ,ndrews and Co. .. 2 2 .500 "WHITE CHRISTMAS" in VISTAVISION
the other were to follow the varsity rules. The contrast woulds-mething a b. u t the fighter'5 Todd.........A.. 00-6x 91 72 71 334- Ox Standard Fruit Co. 2 2 .500
be most dismaying to those responsible for the college regula- Isyle to the knot of reporters a.BOBHOPE
ttc .around him. Team Total .............................14-x Cls "f"IGom ao
The pros, not only basketball, but in football, as well, have Kid Gavilan watched all t h IN TCiva..............2 0 1.000 a a rea hnd deirl
dune ai far better rol, .tn the colleges in producing a better 2b he snaaow-boxei along We 616th DU ., Butler Termites ... 2 1 .666
show for the. public. a..1 a more satisfactory medium for the aside of the ring. H e mve back Prone Sit Kneel Stand Total Panama Line......2 1 .666 D E A L "Canadian MountI vs. Atoml Ins des
players. ane forth, skipping slowly. lnen, Chandler ....... 96-2x 89-lx 82 67 334- 3x Pfizer...........1 1 .500 TODAY
,hen he thought somebody was Carr. ......... 97-2x 84-lx 67 52 300- 3x Casullo..........0 2 .000 "Shadows of Tombstone," "oelum Empie"
.m---- l P"watching him, he began to show Cargill........A....82 70 67 35 254 Pan American Air.. 0 2 .000
off-just like a little kid. Perri ........... 65 43 70 53 231
He yelled ant. nord and Class "B"
threw a flurry of punches. Then, Team Total............... ...............1119- 6x United Fruit Co. .. 3 0 1.000
uInUI,1Iwi-th a smimme, he looked at on e Fuerza Y Luz ..... 2 1 .663
Spthe visitors and said, "Me box PFT. KOBBE GUN CLUB Mottfra ............ 2 1 .666 pr l O
Nextt" Prone Sit Kneel Stand Tota Colon Travels Ait. 1 2 .333 ularTravel a
But Gavlan03Is an ex-c Imp17chrridt,0.H... 96-2x 87-Cx 71 64 318- 3xIBomberos ......... 1 2 .333P.
now O now1en Saddler cimoe Greaves.......A.. 91-3x 93-l 75 41 300- 4xPayne andWardlawp0 3 .000OD ,
out ofbthe ring, the reporters DuRalne........A...84 82 71 22 239 1
trailed out ot the gym anu went Parker ........ 60 4 40 164 Class "A"
back Lo the champion's room-- Cerveceria.......2 0 1.00
CLASSIwC LEAGUE P04VEUL'S baciadr' l room. There, they chat- Team Total.............. ................ 1021- 7x Smdbtt-Hunniccutt .. 2 1 .6686
I Oted with Saddler, then left. As Henriqueze.........2 2 .5000
The resumption of the Classic Larrabee 185 186 180 551 tey walk a tnruugn the g y m, INDIVIDUALS epiCola ........0 2e .000n
League atter a one week ay-off Kraka 156 178 222 556 _ava waboxing-b.ut thy Prone Sit, Kneel Stand Total
I because of the city tournament Splnnney 190 168 177 535 hadn't stop. They wen out t h eBombs.. ...A.. 96-2x 95-2x 77 69 337- 4x p
found El Paama and Sears 0a11gan. 168 163 181. 512 door.Gi Keller ........ 97-2x 82 78 60 317- 2x
u id T P hma while- R ,Hogan 205 178 167 55' A GUY DOUBLED BACK, Long. A....... 91 82 71 63 307 1am ira Arranging
Gleichmanis ... .. ... would be no difficulties In,'' ..
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PANAMA, R. P., m ,,FR1D 1 A*tY 35, 1935
US British Views On Formosa
S. BANGKOK, Feb. 25 --(UP) -
Australia's R. G. Casey is work-
S ing hard .to b'ling John Foster
S Dulles of the U. 8. and Britain's
Anthony Eden "closer together"
ca the Formosu issue, reliable
sources said today.
The extent of Casey's progress
FIRST TO TAKE TEST The first child was not yet clear but it was
FIRST TO TAKE TEST The first child to take the one-drop known that Australia favors a
blood teat for polio immunity is Joanne Elaine Stewart, 6, of feels "something of a substand active
Morrow School, Pittsburgh. Taking blood from Joanne's thumb nature must be done quickly.
Casey lned and talked with
are nurses Mary Kramer (left) and Margaret O'Brien. Dr. Jonas Dullies and Eden last night, and
source said the Austral I a n s
E. Salk, polio vaccine developer, is in the center. feel Eden now is "more aware
,- ... of the situation and needs in
Asia than is British public oi-
Ade uer Reveals To Bundestag ahead of it."
Dulles met with Eden and Ca-
*.o sey over the dinner table at the
Two Secret Deals W ith France home of U. S. Ambassador John
BONN, Germany, Feb. 25 (UP)l Rallies were called in East Don't R fecoflni
-,Chancellor Konrad Adniu- ** Berlin, Magdeburg, Suhl, Erfurt, '
disclosed today two hitherto se- Gera, Schwerin, Leipzi Borna TL ac B..1
"t agreements with France giv- and in thousands of other cities
,ax new guarantees of "democra- and towns. t W -
lie freedoms" in the disputed Saar They coincided with the West TL- E l ,
tetiltory. German parliament's debate on The Do 's rFamililar
Adennuer told the Bundestag ratification of the Paris pacts. The Body
glower house) the agreeme nt s The Comnunists said ratificas. NEW YORK, Feb 25 (UP)-A
%ere signed by him and for m e r lion of the 'war pacts" wIll ill Jrua-Ol neb .2 o"d-e
French Premier Pierre Mendes- Ianke negotiations on German u '. rla e p.oto er ..mod,
brance at their Baden-Ba d en ification impossible, deepen the tys pictures of her santily-clad
meeting on Jan. 14. sd lit of Germany and produce a Jane itellth ufaeo ed cotrns
,The chancellor revealed them "threatening war danger" Rave bussed inu moead o
as the Bundestag plunged into The Communist Party nespa havebeen.us, ve as or
& white-hot battle over ratifies- per Neues Deutschland de-ignat- the RKO film "Unde swaterl
ton of the fiercely disputed Fran ed today as a "fighting day for The model 1-y earn-old L
German Saar pact. Ithe whole nation." fo r Jones, ain Supreme Court
The Saar debate formed part East Berlin mayor Friedr ich yesterday tat use of the doc-
of the second reading of the ratl-I bert In a letter to West Ber i n tored photo' caused her "hun's
fatlon bills for all. the Parsdelegates the Bundesta said t ain, mentalanus and d
O es at atio would have'fatefultres wat more
o fopolutone" L-eard r -o e from rim e
Adenement were laid down in oh statement Miss Jones registered her com-
eting by hwhm and Mene n Rome It a plaint in a $100 sit against
rncr RKO Radio Pictures, film maeg.
provided that Powerful Communists I ate Howard Hughes, and Harry
o euta strike calq and m o b ili z d atelman pducer of Miss Rus-
Seutral European Sar peace-loving housewives" to atelman, pducer of Miss R
eopnmlsioner shall be instructed day in an "operation protest Tell' vs pitre .. d...
t, lsupervise freedom of opinion against Sen,ate debate on the, The mode ald fhe r t"rs
bi the Saar under the terms of Paris accords approving Ge. ed of the alleged use of her torso
0he Council of Europe's hu m a n man rearmament.L wen *a fr"Ieend called her usselis
lights convention. Red unions called 15-m i n u t e sim"i Jane R u a s e Ils
di) Individuals or groups wha protest strikes in seven Rome mmn aound wth your o-
fbel their democratic rights an- chemical factories at v a rI o"u dy."..
d4ngered may appeal to the West times today and prepared ^ ,JustiBce B.M Mcljg y said he
ropean Union' court hus court.h of demonsatorsmain ill consider who i swimming
Adenauer s announcement was ly women to Palazzo Mad"am& with whom at a hearing Monday
mtde to thunderous appla use Italy's Senate when loor de on Miss Jones' application for an
from the government bencthe acecordp s starts .b injunction to prevent further use
Adenauer's Christian Democrats A Red-sponsored call for a two.- f the picture.
irned earlier that defeat of the heur strike of 11000 Rome metal
Franco-German Saar agreement workers ostensibly to p r e sa
will endanger the whole Westerni age claims, was also timed to
Defense alliance.,coincide with the opening of the
The warning was delivered by debate. 0
Otto Lenz, formerly state secrete.-ti
yin le chancellory. Premier Mario Scelba's touch eb
"Those whu vote for the other riot police was reported ready,1
treaties but reject the Sar a ome ot into the street and I
*teement will endanger every- quel mb riots. But government I
tain without being able to offered U ers did not expect any -m-
another solution," Lena declared. er outbreak. "
Meanwhile Soviet Zone Commu-. The little. Communist-bust I n g
mlsts conlhued to scream warning- premier was reported confident
at the g not to ratyof havingfinalratification of the
te treaties that wil put 500,000 accords In his pocket when he I
youngGermans in uniform as al- leaves for a state visit t t h e E
Sof the Free West nd gthe West and give U atthe end of Marchdespite
the Bonn republic independence a all Communist efforts .. ..,-
.qa. t. Political experts tended to con.-
hundreds of police ringed te sider the much-pubUleized Coin-
d long before opening f uniat protest actions as a A 't
r sD ate to guard against Com- smoketcreen to conceal the weak-
ts. demonstrations, ins of the rank-and-filen's re-
T sw were Joined during, the sune to the campaign against p
aht y go0 reinforcements from i ae. e eao s. -
hlorin cities and strength- The mber of Deputies pass.
e .dy two, riot squads armeded the ~ as before Christmas /
it waterGaslon. bv 'a 1 120-vote majority
'?"..h. .1 1111n h lover surprisingly feeble Commu-
trWl Rw were ordered t haUl j ot opposition. /
ea-, dukmstrstos 0 takers at "a Communist Par- eo
,_.es after the FSovm-ut 1 ty tenference/ here last month |
e S per sue'S Cpbm t uhek 5 admitted j h e ir bad
ig. attempt a masus a sIho.ih that debate and prom- -
n ag tes W l d bett th t mghi e.
4m so hau pGermn Marna -
.tmeau at at yCotL
*" ehe for mter-locldng ratifica-
n blll to be voted Ra separate-nO r Ue P ot Rescues ai
!' cover the following treaties: |, _. ,. i
1 1. TVe one making th We sat l aliJ JJA V|ln J-
V'German Republic a me~Aer of M ri e V It I Ctm
w n Costl Rka ica- A -ewM
'2 One tormg sovereIgaty to pbLPiS h
V .'e Germany A routine night by a pilot from Pilot .- hs"ai i/thehihe
1i One providing for the station- the 33rd Infantry regiment's mark evers rededn ea ii
tg e aled i ops In W es t Light Aviation section Ft. Kobbe A.assi#UU S"l=tr.i_-T
*MSf yl saw ra titeton. was unxpeetedly turned into a aiat eWo a radio navKi-t
A6 T nime pcimal r t the mercy mldom recently in Costa Uo _Oa r.ating. No. Ine i
-im .t Pa ris A r 'aeIRica. o .ar u -L M udOk. pub-a-
o d me_ 7LII First LL James Claunch. flying b gte .Ae. .w ._ as"t
fom 1"n escort Mizle n for a heliop- who wUl oed to n 1W ft tin .
pU l deatewua wII ud, ter, lan1de at Parrito. Costa Rl- ineae 11 haa owned aund
Xt..eae tfti h;4 aIs ca., to ga, tbe $hort range, ver- woea t fours anlmes (all
Wildeb Mi :_ I il teal 5 = @-Of bt _andIs work-
m.i TI Mtdr r' m tlua d Whle jktog te s trans. t- stff.
M Qe iows 9. jf.l> .fer from his L-1 Claunch was
plmtie. '< a Wf to a Saan Ja.
WithhL a few minutes, the vet- dW Iwne
j amerwud,' 'an Qf lu. a way toN IEQfi ._ VXP)--a
^B&i'Sa8fci ssjiL s ^^~ edsftuS
BANGKOK, Feb. 25 (UP) -
Con idence that "the way of th
aggressor has been made hard
er" was expressed today by Sec
rotary o State John Poster Dul
les in h1 summing up statemen
at the EATO conference.
DEcisions reached at the firs
meeting of the council under th
Manila pact have given it an ef
fective foundation to build de
fense against open armed ag
gression, defense against sub
version and to promote econo
hic and social well being, Dulle
Dulles said' that the council'
decision would now be turned
over to "experts" of a continue
ing secretariat to be headquar
tered in Bangkok.
"There has been recognition o
A reliable source said Dulles building up forces on the nearby the withdrawal from Nanchi was the gravity of the danger tha
made it clear the United States mainland, according to military completed at noon today. The confronts us and of the urgency
Intends to fight for Formosa and sources. If the Reds attacked communique said it was "for the of dealing with it," Dulles said
that the Chinese Communists are them they ran the risk of pro- purpose of consolidating the de- adding that he was confident
in for a big surprise if they think voking the United States into a fense line and meeting the stra. that a "sense of urgency will be
otherwise. war. ttegical requirements of strength- carried into the work of our per
Eden, according to informants,. ..... ening the defense of Formosa, manent representatives and o
told Dulles the United S t ates Nationalist sources said Amer-., enghu (Pescadores), Qu e m o y our political, military and econo
could count on Britain's support lssan warships "stood by" during and Matsu." mic experts."
If war broke out over Formosa the Nanchi operation but took no The American secretary va
but that the offshore islands, like part. The Communists did not Inter- state sat that while the talks
Matsu and Quemoy, "are a dif- An official announcement said fere. had clarified the reallaztion thai
Casey, it was said, urged Eden
to take "as strong a stand as
possible" to deter further Com.
Meanwhile Gen. Chiang Ka-
.hek withdrew his Nationa 1t s t
forces from Nanchi island today -
in another bloodless victory for
the Chinese Commtmits that put
them only 120 miles across open
water from Formosh.
Nauchl was Chiang's north.
ernmost outpost and Its 1 os s
cleared within two weeks half
of 300-mile coastline whil he be
once dominated with his island
strongholds, He still holds a
150-mile line from Tiashano in
the north to Quemoy i th
threatened. .,4. ..-."
The Nationalist Air Force an-
noAnced it ha d carried out a he-
v bombing attack against a new
my build up threatening Matsu p.i
and, a few miles below Yinshan- Il oo
abd onle of the two major defenseAd o n i I
posts stiq left. The other is Que-
~e Air Force said its bomb- C.ho, -
ers sank four Communist ships
near Red-held Peichi island just g
above Nanchi and quoted Its pi-
lots as saying they started "great
fires, *among Commwilst troop (WrA SRadio Telephoto)
installations on the island DVIUWTM IN JAPAN -- Pude and-firemen dfg for bodies in the Amouldeftn we 6ti, of a
The Communists were. -a yI n n Catholic nuidsioa home in Yokohama, Japan, n which 9 9ag46moefburned to death. It was
both Matu and Quesnmoy an Japan's worst pdetWat fire disaster.
II Ii I, iIS
OR HOW TO AXE YOUR TAX: 4
By RICHARD A. MULLENS
Written for NEA Service
This article and the next three
of NEA's Income Tax Primer will
tell yog how to fill out the parts
of your tax return where income
The most important source of
Income for m o s t taxpayers is
wages or salaries, so let's take
up first how to handle this in-
Most of the rules on reporting
salaries and wages are the same
this year as in previous years.
Employers are still required to
withhold taxes from the salary
or wages they pay to employes
except in a very few types of
work, such as farming or domes-
Then by- Jan. 31, the employer
Is required to furnish the em-
p.oy & a Witrholding Tax State-
ment (Form W-2) which h w s
total wages before payroll dedic-
tions, and also the-amount of tax
You should get a W.-2 from
each of your. employers dig
1954 and you must, as" Ithe'
past, send ee py of th eW-2
to the District Director with
year return. There are spaces
ma both Foers 1MO and 1W
for you to eePao,_s.
shmn en yoe .wer .
If a tax was net w hlM rOm
your salary or wage, a k your
employer how mbsh he po you
during 1954 if you haven't kept a
record of ae ausmmts. .Report
such income en separate naes op
posite each enmipiprt- a am e.
This Includes ti received direct
i om customers _d wages as a
domestle servant, s ab, or
casual laborer. ..
The forms pite i this ar-
ticle show howto alaris
or wages on ok .a L0IDA
and 149. After S le.da
that part, the n la to see
whether theou um new
tax h for wl in wh
reclved pay i 01M.-tas
work en la.dei as, rw
Uu ..4 am ulaan his'sa t las
slamue obtm s to ms ae 000
Idat sme tto te ,
I33 Portw eS., semirlt, Nt.
S J oi Te I9k, I t k *alk Ive*
, lSI was pf est foe mN omel Bo
o.1e .UIA I JU1M 16 ald rIte
am&n ari am. Pon* 41F -
SAMPLE ORMS AND S ATEM S show how to nert wages
and salaries and sik leave py wth detailed exp atios.
subtract so much of this pay as There is a place on both 1040A
does not eed 100 per w ee k and 1040 to subtract t his exclu-
after you have been sack for one sion, as is shown in the- sample
full week. However, if your ill- from with this article. In addi-
ness la such that you are.b kW. Uton, you have to attach a short
talked at least on day during statement to your return showing
your illness you can subtract up your name ad a~ t dates
to $100 week of this pay of y or asen s f whether
from the first day of absence. fromn i r si the dates
Per nmIe, suppose yet you weret and the
were mt-fres work e se- pay you y reu ved ,M* the sick
s Is for le mpe- lee. You can asus aga ulde
days aml yoar the smpi 'statmea shlow wit
M e fSM Sor e al"s a' i,
W he id a- ist-a -e
bas me -ef ye a
:y Hf i 'SJJS
SsS8? 1^,!; fiS~f^&.
Iui u oi ves mesuna me uLu
S"s going o the AFhook, line
and sinker.' The merger agree-
i __ __.. J meant, he said, does not provide
a p en'ral Fa anyT guarantees "to prevent raid.
J U aL. an~d cannibalism when we get
h pe into he AFL"
Reuther at a news conference
said the merger agreement con-
tains declarations of princi plVa
against raiding, discriminaflol,
and racketeering, he said, and
provides that machinery will be
set up to settle disputes on a vo-
1NO, and s llnse the tax table | ., F l-
ear standard deduction to cor- University reels
puteo' M tax. .
Fist, turn-to page 6 of the of- Soviet Students
facial Instructions for Form 1040 .
and read the explanation under Should Go To US
"Trade and Business Deductions
of Employes" Then read over
the following Ups to help y o u WASHINGTON, Feb.25 (UP)
with this part: -George Washington .Univeral-
t ty's newspaper advocated allow-
"Reimbursed expe n se s" In. Ing Soviet students to visit
elude such items as business America because it w d be "a
dues which you pay and for good chance to spread some
which you are then reimbursed Rood will."
by your employer. A group of Soviet studeA t edl-
If your terms of employment tors asked the State Department
require you to pay such items last year for permlesion to visalt
without reimbursement, then you American universities. The de-
cannot deduct them on page 1 of apartment took no action on the
lorm 1040, but they may be de-.petition.
dtieted on page 3 in computing
taxable income, provided you i- Flower Of Youth
itemize your personal deductions. r ,
There are some exp enses B LTON, Tex., Feb. 25 (UP)-
which you can deduct on page The students retaliated today
1 regardless of whether yeo are when the gardener at Mary Har-
einmbursed or not. These ex. din-Baylor college 110-year-old
peases fall into 3 groups: woman's school, filled the spring
flower beds with zinnias -pop-
I..1. Traveling expesMM while ularly known as "old maids.
auway from home. According to The girls said they will plant
the Internal Revenue Service, the rest of the apace with. for-
"away from home" m e a n s at get-me-pota and bachelor but-
least an overnight trip a way tons.
from your home town or post of
2. Transportation expenses. If m I -
as a part of your job, you have
to travel around your home' PRE-RELEASE I
town, you can deduct any costs
incident to such travel. For ex W --IT',"T AT
ample, a television repair man CEN I
who uses his own car to get from I L
repair job to repair job can de-
duct the expenses of running his MARCH s1
car, including depreciation. M R .
3. AR Ias expssea of M ODIMW
""etid' salesmm" can be d. I
ducted on page 1 of Form 1040.
An "outside salesman" IS a full
time emoloye a pal-
IF in >uefitl0g =S for we
eM*p$yer's &, of as. A&
ty is service ad is not
c ,to ht ae "utslde
Jf Te deduct a M nyre.st N w-
peam, yu must tash a s 'at'w
oa e- s i4ag9 in .mr e-i
7 yre : trk d .. -'.,H
Your Form In n
. I ; i I I
tsoS.. M pag 8..
lies Sums p,
- the treaty area ha
e roblief aling for"dl
theer Ines hatsoeclose
- -reatment, "there la s iiek2
- connect ti between t dnge
- here and elsewhere r ad rind
t for capabilities Whih must be
SMobe If they are effectively to
e Du es. celebrated hisa 67th
- birthday here today.
- Members of the Amefican del.
- egation to the conference prej
- sented him with a silver-clgars
- case, and the American embassy
1 staff sang "11appy Bfrthday.Pt
t Dulles responded with a short
Speech pointg out tt short of.
I war the American fore mseren
was the U.8. frontline of de-
- ense. Ai foreign service poInt
these days are "very portan
t Dulles said that frme only
W London, Berlin, Paris ind iok=
L were considered of top inlpor-
tance but that changing world
events now makes every foreign
;service postakeyp and very
tBoard OKs Merger
Plan Despite Quill
WASHINGTON. Feb. 25 (UP)
--The CIO Executive Board today
approved the AFL. CIO merged
agreement despite angry pro
tests by Michael Q president
of the Transport Workers Union,
that it iH not "an honorable mer.
Quill east the only vote against
the merger at a 4 % hour meet.
Ing of the 33 CIO uion presi-
Although today's session w a s
closed, Quill's shouted speech
could be heard by'reerterw out.
side the meeting room. At one
point he was heard to say "I tell
you this is not a document that
we can call an honorable merger.-'
CIO President Walter P. Reuth-
er, one of the guiding figures in
negotiating the merger, said
Quil was' "misrepresenting t h e
The merger approval ears the
way for drafting a constitution to
govern the b ig new 15 million
member labor fedoratnou. The con-
stitution will be submitted to the
AFL and CIO javrig boards
this. simmer t; heir men
b-a mtnv in the fe.
of the yeart utt rg
to effect, Reuther sa id