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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00666
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feat ministry announced to da y Mesbp three-uarters of a0- may heSiely lower Russian
IHAT N a ti o n a st oves have viet 's population ftoe = moral, a ean less food on
crusbed an invasion attempt by thm toplorrow to elect can- the dining table.
the Chinese Communists against dit the union and local t aples may be even
shore n stionaof f ,tsu. Iofflial governmentmany
Wuchiu Islapd, on l mi 1 i ai eoi,! v .. l.rioe D affected because
scuth of the key Nteaaiast off offlcm government miany have in the past
shore defense bastion olf Matsu. othes devoted leadi. rpow u~higher living stand-
The ministry said 17 Chinese I&A i to the baSotug. uds Russians, officials
Red gunboats and armed junks .h _oaf .nMe and added.
made the abortive attempt agalanst Wo i Bo re .It uOlepI go
V/uchiu shortly before midnigh t td .. idy ll. The- terarchy made an
Friday night. _.'ei' l d in 11 o alln's death to give
o( m e Slm,.a t ft paCS.. u Ritan. people more food,
of th MLA10rpblis. tI) ple mo
The Natloanslt garrison m O Ta the Rusart fed- 9lothea a .er items than
the Island crashed e invading oer n bers more than they pr louy received. -
fleet with a barrage of gptire o104 .WW s alone. But the governmentt recently
which sank two Red ships. The Otkir e the Ukraine, Byelo- abandoned, this softer line and
rest of the Communist vessels rusuauuw1 kistan, Georgia Lt- id it wepoldplace heavier em-
fled northward, te afmounce* hutila M'ldavia, Latvia, SIk- asis once ain on heavy In-
ment said. "taia T* memenla and to&a. utry, t d fld needed for fur-
Wuchiu is off the Red China Iper. said e tokersthers l i lal n and sup-
cast some 80 miles west of For. had set 'p tion record' to port of A ro military ma-
mnsa. honor sleOton day. olne.
At the same time the National. Ivwatia s ad the elict"iini
ists also announced that their "stand for. peace and friendship This powse question of what
naval forces bombarded an "inva- al people. The people hear will happen to already lagging
son build-up" at Peici Island, the a of the enemies of our a cultural reduction.
less than 100 miles north of Matu. county* the enpmles of peace f taetor and lght Industry
PeIghi Is near Nanchi Island. and *Vr~oa se humanity the If j in cuataldigh ndus
which has just been evacuated by atolmoIrn -and malldo In- p t jot Is curtaine d In an
thie Nationalists In an operation stagaB rSinew. war who ave du$to,- isets ..eheaSpo-"
unoNand by the Communsti.. run jnuek. u the Sovi eo- "he
The ationalUst Navel Un Itsa p1< Y 4 h !nfhg vbit "ei. u ll produe still
Blase Red .ho n she-atWrlOB on (. .
FPechi nd bomba Comuist uA ant -report re-
shlps massing In area. dntlet Union is
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GETTING INTO THE SWING of the Tamborito *1 U. 8. Vice-
President Richard M. Nixon. When the gay rhythim played by
a :ative band In Boquete became infectious, the victor picked
un a hat and Joined a pollera-clad seflorita. The festivities were
part of the welcome planned yesterday in David .dhd Boquete
for Nixon who spent four hours touring the region.


Looking fresh and rested despite a three-day whirlwind t o.urof PanamO,
President-Richard M. Nixon was 'given a royal send-off at Albrook A" Force i
this morning, comn lete with shining honor guard, military review and a '-Oun ISi
before he boarded the Presidential Constellation Columbine for the Virgin Isl
The youthful Vice President was the top-ramn
U.S. civilian official to visit the Isthmus within t-he
15 years.
Int his farewell speech, minutes before his plwn t4
off at 9:39, Nixon told a sizable crowd at the i
that he had a "very frank exchange of views"V'ith
ma's President Ricardo Arias from which will c"-4
concrete program in the future."
They discussed a wide variety of ics,. he
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-e bya ed gag. agne0lyape
hra r'a highway, n bvMid, he ed h
the, of vl]a hra odtoItVO has been
oalachor base i| i ln.agen shtly but sa the Ug the h it b completed as oi poi
af AIi.es o "SIt .A o Skis In... ae.,snot been s noughttem a to e h it 1
Vof FYNE, usrsFep2 keep pace with theg gpomen rsp-
wYDNI~i, Austrlrlis Feb. 2- u-tion. .> -- '.
W iSIiDn Na1N outo. bl.m, e ,-year d ream of finiusaingtio s nf.y
Shot, ne Comm t swung ~floods hll e The agency said Russia has
their atto toM S miles serprnNe over central and fared just a badly in cattle pro- Before reviewing the joint outside as well as thoee
tthen 63 merile wrst nd fd iustt aas badly in cattle pro- tiu t
ttie They we pmoted tNew Stouth ad a duction. Last year, the agency Preide. he datle vice He referred to
trol w a over tt~The6 front m mout teadi today and au- said, the total number of cows President dreed in a cream- whic ha
inew S eld in F v n Przvince yt tote ar the worst was In the Sovlet Union was 25,800.- color suit and dark blue tie, was WMas but remied
lleW i i Fu~D Pr-I~ylet to comne. I1I Dicky-
S cros Lomnri. Unofficial reports ed th000-about 30001less'than In 1916, Introduced to President Aria had too to d
Rd troops al.,F nrre-eoffc a rl report nda placed the he year befte the e Bolshevik son, Dic, r. whoicme. the -
Red troops as W lo eowhnumber of dead andmlsin at lon.s on
naming on the maitU|M) and i- between a and 3B Hunr arevolution, airport bringing his father's In addition, the Vies
landssingnear Matd. A bthousan 29 and S of 8r re The agency said the Russian DICKY, son of President Rleardo Arias, shakes Mr. Vice-President's hand at Al6rook Field w e e ee's o- sa welcome he
.lands near Mat. dated and more than 400 magazine "Problems Of Econo- shortly before Nixon's departure for the Virgin Islands, while Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison, Jr., y on sid he did not have t reevd erwhe
Natonalist bomber sk atd aon reported honel 4 0 mica" disclosed taht the aver- commander ip chief of the Caribbean Command, looks on at the left. chance met Nion durng hs w remely help fl,n
the mmunlst buulps Frida At least a dozen communtles age Sloviet collective farm fami-buy tor. lary th vea
rang Clfroim the achens to Ta wereAt cut off com munlete by the y year earnedd I than 000 ember of the Panamanian official of the n
ran m use north of M asu' awere cut off rubles. ,b. .h cabinet, and top brass from the ein ent, with t~h
San Just oth of r. raging floods, described as the Canal Zone and the military
The force saidd is bbe worst In Austr lia's tor. rw she aen said a good wool wereon nd id the tet ry
SRedB Pe at ships netar South ales premier ll osts 10 r s IR distin uihed good-will envoy of the affairs o tat
ed "eftire ad se 'trtoP -called the situation as "near ca- the enhower administron. ld o a.
billets on the a e The migh R ouletteounlre O CWeeli Nixon's party included, be- I
it "ge .YitheT e Nash tric.t ai enter River and i sides Mrs. Nixon, Henry Holland. A a result o ig
W thT T M ad Nayh eS tributaries were still rising / A a n assistant secretary of state for t Niaml tl
110- tr caleot8 n1lng Spin Again Tonite *"*
rM-- a I S-po r and , .- ,. .with forecasts continue Inter-American Affairs, tMrs. wehav
rllelw d o ImIst=I o rain came a warning from t he Holand and other officials. a
W.de r 'M Sydney weather bureau that the Roulette wheels will spin again in te bir
a re h U t aak Is still to come." tonight as the benefit c asa n t t on te
SS M .. to' 0 The government mobilized the which got underway last night, caT e o lum


f fen" h TKe but fhav ore taking leave, the Vir. fore ahti D i
a,, s .--, ---b. to Ntingrealtest remue- orie in the do- continues at El Rancho beer ar r ,ho hee a
a tlen pu d M ts m a hlooan's h stor. The aircraft d ad d the ncrowdhope you U
9tMed carrier Sydney. was diverted to The games, including black- all have this kind of sunshine. th dati
A111 heold a .mieIs- serve, as a ending field for he-IJack, chuck-a-luck and others, Ihir ls wfe ba,
]aebeebQ uemiacod pters. Army and Navy planes will be resumed again tomorrow ar v tor t h the f r
aaSn u s l.etofmeoh.- aind commercial airliners droo- night to wind up the three-day ed threeday junket here Nioasin the .
ad ped food and medical supplies to series aimed at swelling the fund he
A he l isolated commu n I t e a a ndto build playgrounds Ln Panama ,i O
best ..Amamfehow. stranded farms. city. shall never forget. I can assure

But-ouwa lAhpel thClnm e backl
badl-IY 1"ai/iGbis~ha teeavagu. /gain sometime when we can The olumbine we t

a dn DUIa e te opd N a ton al. have more tim e to enjoy the p Ai F rce Cap n Do
is &s t aersmr t s ta h nd eiamoyt.. them. Also to get to enjoy swole 4 M OOre ot i prina'
T ent h ,are-shoe-Wo-and troop commandse r.aRobinson.
e beeto ahedXere=NG HONOR GUARD this mor-i.g at, Albrook Iunt U8blesi. AlbBdent more activities thate Daavail- fer teir fis
He bad b be eeme hbion yGe n.ntroorcm ne arJ A. wo able here for visitors from the rere t r
u there i a idbe reHe _o ar
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tates e e lo rects orsea. pprovea Bill
To Rise pAnnual Pay Of Congressmenb
tiU WAIUIINGTOI Feb. i26 (UP)aout the expense account were Members of Congress now re- Monroney replied he was lt .r-
Srejected Sens. Styles Bridges R-NH, Nv- el vea $2500. expense accountsribly diappoine" uthat thie con- At t I
rothoe an. eret tM. Dhirken (R-l.) J ames. but they must pay Income taxes ferenoe committee added the el. first ho
*Ars of ss Eastland (D-Miss), Irsing M. on it. Pens account "Immick" to te
boolps n Ives (R-NY), a tesefu (D- ohn Williams -Del). pogn aclount oeft whi wou ad "

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d-. 0,Reute e b l.nst tdh. measure wuld bhe ,tr.cl n. Aler Senatey, s .ud-) notrgki
the bill of beino told about oat eu okto bl ISytopyok myownI i th r I ote fr a .r -
a a, who am free haircuts" and other .14res 'JlAfter all, he sid, d. sItr. tws:
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN "
OWNED AND PULLED my THE PANAMA AMERICAN PR-. I.. bor News
S rouNDD y NE LONAMOUNSEVLL. IN bor ANews "Tel Me, Frankly, Now, ,Are You Running?"
07. H STREET A P. 0 Box 134. PANAMA. R OF P. ""d
CABLE ADDRESS. PANAMERICAN. PANAMA
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345 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK., 17) N Y Com m ent_
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I tA, ,EA. AV iV o1 s5o 24 oo By VICTOR RIESEL WAzSHI d -- th have e e ulpb blo
1T IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN br aders hate use our %" o IV, ola -o
dollars. Is D8 fachoMd.
H M A IL B O X the aggressors in the Orient and recor Val Peero t n fore
charge us with military madness. .. greame icweased l-'esnuat th ab y-plbM:.
_- But they are es silent as museum American people ftreo m hab never repre ented
omummles when s we place millionsPeersont
The Mal Box is n open forum or readers of The Panama Americn. of dollar in defense orders in e n
rs are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential ineir factories to keep their mem. of defending the in case k r
me r. you contribute a letter don't be impatient If It doesn't appear th ber on payrolls and breaklsas ,e r aw the w a- b eera o(ous a bet at m l
a day. Letters are published in the order received. Britisb Socialist labor. which loseon in the se Wt Mchel'phou
lease try to keep the letters limited to one page length. nuw is organizing a powerful bore the Atom m. a ator Mo n
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence, world-wide pro-Soviet Chinese bloc misson, mtuch aW l d oma a moment lae .
Is newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions left-wing Socialists against us, -in Dixon-Yates, .tolmu hib ow d hf- "Wo d" reped
in letters from readers. has been loudly critical of oar iulhis civil aetense pble had "You have neve
-building $400,000,000 worth of vital become by reason of th fall-out them?
r ACCOUNTANTS' HUNTING GROUNUD Ibases in Spain Yet it was per- become byreob o fall-outer
fectly willing to permit us to placed Furtfrthermor e, Adm. Lwi American Telephone
millions of dollars worth of orders ktrauss, AEChairman, did not both. Compa replied Mc
S in British machine shops to help \. to form the American people without attig an
The interesting part of the GAO Audit for 1953 is that deal- equip those Spanish bases.. The abo the new danger 'unth gee. This was about s to VIl
Ing with "Commissaries and Clubhouses" where profits for 1953 payroll's the thing! fuQthe A nderson New Mexico or oneamentas yol 'o lb
were shown as In mid-January we found a wrote m a sharp letter insisting For actually McConnauhey has
Commissaries ......................... $1,242,460 we needed 490 miles of pipe line that sp w e d to know relented the Oh naulh T

Although no other data is given on clubhouse volume, we can averod ese here athome t e ofathelb can Tel and Tel; also ninnat
obtain the following statement from data given on the Commis- -making needs work forsome enhtot Kefaher of Te aSuburae Te-eone
sary Division.o uo r g p today Is giving civil defense a
1953 1948 We could have placed this order muai neeled shot in the arm by thev represented themIn the most
Cost of sales . .$19.100.000 $28,400,000 in West Germany. France or Italy. hoi e herng. m important phe-rate caes brought
Cost.of.sales But wa gave it to Stewartst and t l a Sew natem ot civil de- recently in Ohio: namely.
Percentage of gross profit to 9Lloyds, Ltd. in England. Thus e t fense ma c Ie. Bell vs. Othi o: ube Utmele Con
cost of sales ............. 30 019% British firm works at Clydesdalef Benause .o H bomb favout c mission, 154 Ohio State 10B ad
Gross profit ................. 5.730.000 5,396,000 Mlossend and Corby had its pay.- Bcu t er H-borl De. mincinna Oi andSurb vsOi
Expenses .................... 4,487,540 4,106,100 rol hiked by some 000,000 n a e s Dr Pt is a d 'uc Uti e adssio
Net Profit of commissaries .. 1,242,460 1,289,900 tr. S. orders. evsir e ptoaP teo is tn hio tt 95 "
This will give six months work 'v1i his plan for Ivacua h
When business volume decreases, expenses should decrease to the Scoth steelworkers em- cities. eo ple would have to trav These were the cases involving
to retain a profit In any ordinary business, but here the expenses |,poyed by Stewarts and Lloyds. A s w o t a se t rca e which A. T. & Fial
have increased which made it necessary to increase the mark-up local observer reported: IKE'8 STEPCHILD wants to change in the Federal
li dirder to collect the same net profit from the employes. And "The (U. S.) contract Is a par- Communicaon Commssion -
the board of directors are supposed to be established business- ticularly welcome one to the Scot- Senator Kefauver ma alo it namely, rates based oCreprodu
mea? tish steel industry, because alone to the manner in whic the l on costs, notn the origal cst
among the principal sections of to"theramannehamade hthe eqlii.-a.
Every local rate and U.S. rate family have contributed their ate trade, the tube.making eond has oa a d e o y attorney fo
art of the above profit or tax that cannot be deducted from the not been sharing in the recent 'mporta i lt, phone Interests, .thoo t t 88e '
Federal Income tax as is done for local Government in the U.8. boom of orders... __ "_mtraon__ a. ste : pchild._No -. tg o the Supreme Court of Ohio idt
The GAO report acknowledges our payment of this local tax. It is heartwarming to know that cy should be in oser rouch with on.h As a result, his two Ohio
For instance I am advised that gasoline costs the Company about there will be Scottish housewives e A .. e Army an Air Force than Ci hone co pansies now have the
12 cents a gallon into the tanks on the Isthmus but the Supply aird children who will be eating AL A A a v eye i was ex to ghest earning records of any ai.
Bureau management has the temerity to price at 19 cents plus 3 more heartily) and dressing more y ir I O n yW H r he S k, Mih., chief to filiated Bell Companies in theUSA.
mila. Is it important to shdw the mils In the price when the warmly because of these orders. c,,gan n mer rscapi n Mo ri c lnnati and Suburban earned
profit margin is 60% or is it only to fool the public? But it does seem slightly ungra- = n his campaign for r. at the rate of 9.3 percent in 1954,
cious of the Scottish steelworkers By R ARK bleiti n .le Ohio Bell earned at the rate
Of the $10 million cost of the Canal Zone Government, the union to accept this work and B BO. iK fEven the appointment of Peter o 6. per cent. The average arn
co anv has collected almost $2 million from its employes. remain silent while their political o Neaska he. An ex-governorin gs for other Be asocte
,Recent meetings of the USCA disregard the existence of the leaders blast us across the world Me,
0X0 report which Is and has been the originator of all the ills -and organize to defeat us in the MADRID. Spain- I had to comethat on most International airlines twelfth of a year In which to view scheduled to be secretary of the
of thPanama Canal, includingthe on making it a Corora- cod war with Pepingo Spain to get a haircut because land at least some of the domes- the blue waters and shoot skeet Interior. But the ate Senator But- No wonder McConnaughey didn't
Sthe Panama Canal, including the one making i a orpora couldn't seem to findthe time ntics, I m considered a 1 most a ff the poop This was simply a of Nebraska, whom Peterson want senators to know he had
t would so ear that the Booz-Allen reort is a dead Only a ew ag the leftwin Socialio, ost New York to visit Loule. New York member of the crew. Christmas present I gave myself. had opposed for re-electIon, igor- worked for the Bell System. He
Its would also appear that the Booz-Allen report is E dead ample, the left-wing Socialist who is either busier than I remember- I have flown so many miles with When Mama came out from N u ously objected. Then ae proposed kew that never before in the his-
called for. inumic chief when Labor was c ed it or else I am slowing down. 'lWA and Pan American, not to York she came in two days fslat m a king him undersecretary of tory of the FCC has a lawyer rep.
The USCA s the finest thing that has happened to the Can power, said that the danr of o today. freshly clipped andmention the foreign lin, that the nd nished resh at the end of Agriculture. resenting the telephone or tele
r n drommsmelling powerful pretty, I got to crews and I have grown dmet so ra anise o abt
mploye If it operates in the way intended but it must be one var in the Orient sprang fromId pret, ,- got re a to- I But boats unfortunately cannot Again Butler objected Then Ikegrp companies or y oter b
stop ahead of the accountant' who are making the Canal a hap- American aggression" not from marveling at what the airplane gather. On this last flight th e cioss ground anu anyhow I had to toan, ste P.. eter.sona . ommu aons itrest been ap
;y ting ground. the Communst Chmese. These has done for people, and especial stewardess who took me ta Amer- go from SydneytoNewZealandanespetosIewaadewherhtohadmetotedr.therbodyey to New Zeahandtl.egula
words came from Harold Wilson, lywhat it's done for yours faith- ica took me to Spa.i n, and the and then to Perth and over to servr er these compares. Yet Mcwonnau.
J. A. Noledy ormer president of the British fully. With ver a million and a rteward was a guy who sped me of Singapore and then all the way served du the war. B er eve ghey has been made FCChairman.
S* .- '"Board of Trade, the equivalent of quarter commercial air miles In on my first trip to Africa, years across India and on to Nairobi and oppos. h i s -.. ......p i-nte-
cur U. S. Dept. of Commerce my log-book, it never occurs to ago. When I get on a plane today back to Khartoum and then Rome Finally Pe.terson was appointed I
S .. .. "in the re...cent British Labor me that anyplace is such and so ;t Is no longer an adventure tn and Barcelona. and I had to do It to the Wto tousenemy from Nebra..rd Income
SAnswer to Previous Puzzll many miles away. space, it's old home week. in six weeks. and shoot a tiger Ius aenantoruld enemy tad lateral
nm a nds wer bloc the U.S. Mad from New York, is I will never knock ships as a ui the meantime, plus some Mau o ot ohect Re Ored B
Beve rl a so y w. & ^ Ny a sleep few c a a fineadigS o Gl lette
i a w erly a few cocktails, a fine din- means of getting from here to yon. Maun inspection at the d. This was shifted to i gvil Defense who eport ed B
.a 10 Eas Indan IIP"-cll~S.0h2or l everl ner, m a nikht's sleep In a big der, having possibly spent more caled i zor the i, on r tChe ben oe a o .. Sln, o. pfg -
But aarently the Wilonfay TWA's special Sun. happy times with the American I beat the brains out the air-,
SNye-B1- Ban rou I s beginning to day trip. Narrobi fli Erst Africa Is Exports and the Italian Lines and hees just after the war, as did FRI.IEN-OF I PHOS
S ab.). e pi egf the r IsheLa- whelre at ,ill. It is a lay s short the Lloyd Triestinos than in anypa lot of other people. and they N nfe rncome o a th l e iCo.
8 Mountain bor Party leadership. Namely Ma- spin in the Ethiopian Airlines, a other situation. But to m.e a boat Ism rended their fences to a point ah ere'suwat the AmertheSeican public last year reached a record $26,
nymph or Cl ent'Attlee, who will tour hello-goodbye highball with Hassan hagh adventure, a vacation, a place where there is very little more should watch for if the Senate con- 138,101, up $7,30,862 above the
I 12 0Sells 31 Cnada this spring and attack U.S. El Samra at Joe's bar in the Semi- to soothe the soul and pilc up toom for improvement. Maybe firms Geore MCnnau y to be ., earned n 1953
S 10 E.ast Indiesan CFar Eastern policies." ramis in Cairo, a night's sleep and pretty girls who are walking dogs there Is still some foul-up on the airman of the Federal ommuseph Span, r.,preldent, re-
,. ( comb. form) l 1 It's Attlee's privilege to differ breakfast at the Residence Palace on the deck. ground but in all these years I hikations ommasst n: A genera 3porper yes t ay.
S 11 Eternity (ab.) with But Im not sure just in Rome. If vou get out of Rome Last year I was 30 days gettingnever met a careless pilot or anbike in one rates.The3 r cent n n-
tcher 12Withered what is riviles are when he alive, it's just another night's sleep from Genoa to Australia on a unpleasant flight attendant I Here s the backstage reason for come reflected in art the rise
T 20 Preposition 30 Mexican 45 Prince ys, as a di the other day end a detective story to New York. shining new Ehip called the S. A. And I must say that it is easier this prediction. of 15 per cent in net sales to
21 Horn peasant 46 Nostril thatsBritish labor would like to If you stride the globe sufficient. Australia, and I felt like crying, fly to Madrid for a neck trim For a long time the American $162,188,669 from the previous
22 Born 31 Domestic slave47 Horse's gaft work with the U. S. but it doesn't y, you become an eventual mem- when I had to get off. But 30 ays than to get crosstown in New Tele one and Telegraph Company peak of $140,89,080 set In 1953.
23 Dr"vel 33 Father 48 Volcano have tc and agreed with the Vev- bet of a tight fraternity of bird is one-twelfth of a year, and people York, in a taxi in the rain, if you has en trying to get the FCC to About two-thrd of the in-
of 24 Makes 35 Symbol for 50rPersia an-Wilsoncrowd's demand for im. people. I am very pioud to say in my business rarely have a can find a cab. change Its base or fixing phone creased earnings after taxes and
Imistakesodium1 Plunge iedate British witRussianeld that rates should e as e United taes nd British
25Exclamation Fish headlong and Chinese Communist leaders. be basedith
sIleveless3Ai s h l nee onv eae s upon the original cost of the phone excess profits taxes cd t oth-
-of sorrow 41 Symbol foLr 52 Nights before tA this can no longer be Pcut t el a company's equipment. But thelertrdfromthemse
r k'w-t 26 Wo5nder nickel 53 Dispatched d wn ts, tame talk in British O veta Is A Lady po copn wn r
Lowestdeck 28 Peaceful 43 Inquisitive one55 Nears (ab.) Labor Party' circles. Most of its on the replacement value of Its phasnedo
af. ori 29 Things done 44 Tardier 56 Pronoun top leaders would like to abandon onrae0re a ceteht cave of ts p Driaed
1Bridgethe US. and make their deal BoeuPtnt, arguing that costs have 1 '

ESF ll S in some of his ee swith ote WASHINqTON (-NEA)- As is Thee p ress conferences are rity changes last year. Commis- So fa the FCC has refused. t Makes Toll Dod er
o dros rveta Cul pHob- m in u n f E on e knows tha such a change In rate Iv
bhe h ave a oooraW o sn ohafveEducatasedi$

ocatast" S prcerlastnr w ps .ol thase .pe Mrs Hobb has achieved this h whe mountains T s h 5 Connauyhey has. already ioneeredleves in far play -and W
Iorse's neck t.'-s for exactly f m the. worl Th n e are hldp nel-rexe plai med thes exoremov to see Ihco unrt. la

r The appeoae d er One almost constantly, but by drnment handouts headed or were usually black and white s h ve been i nt reaprt se -redso $80 out.
ba nee w d uay gav en otho wdA'el better tjo bofkeepi her foot out It 1 eorinated-by a huge mural, These exinanations are done 0,0 In ears. NEBASA CT t e bl hou P)




N, Tg"ry-wit ts awllbanh t- t3erk gro e a s So r on b e ara

appe nation Curmmaunsts lestoeoe sh l, Number Two is "Never say reporters in advance. She read But if she doesn't knew it,.ou s al. He was not t r the highway In front of
DOWNoThis left-wing So_"alit l anything unless you know absolute-Ialowly in a mellow toOtrslto thet nhver catch the little lady flo,,
i I ah II rtuaI t ungnowu in the U.S., y for sure what you're talkla, soothes as It edifies. At her health Texas lff base. She calls on one of I L .
-a- where wee a or aShs bout.' exact opposite of the.anon E mFa ,mcnfebrence, she read for/ t e e experts .t .answer Iit She |ul i
ed by hiscomrades around. said, "HIcw'tikowhat .llThs Is always a great help o. the ni u and b "ever

1i. controls mnlilons of working peo. made' ita nil t o a nothing till Stotgi __em Whtmemaent Bt.rgr etsm o h t e e c.wn t ao l aloupsead.rm ihn te aoesidrts me .aned orn- '
tie. mere is an even chance that~se knows what sheth ink .. i apped from the nold and the i al. rslan ..Mrs obbas I
within 18 months. It controls sev. By steadfastly kee her mouth mond.ng their typewriters, they troversy.
eral governments in northern Eu. shut s n most b .ccslons,. can mouth the words and follow With the P .'ealth and ,
i '. 1 .] .^ope. I tr.ns t. e all-powerful Ger- tnere has of curse be-n less, te lines. Left to thefr own wits. c.aucatlon ,. t, : '. : m.. l. 1 a labor movement, whose chance of getting het foot caught'they don't read t'oq well, obvious- Ccn press, ths n to be Mrs. II -,
.. I Iea(et, Herr Oilennauer, has met in it. ,ly And when the sthff is read at Hobby', .big yea 5 .ear. -og t
...,h t .,i,, sAt fliSooalist Sweedish / tem, there ii no chance for slips course, the eoelal secrtly system


j'rmime Mlnistr Erlander. T~houah a newspaperwoman her-lot b( e tongue or misquotation. was made owr.
.- They have tai* of setting UPrelf, r Hobby has At either ride of Secretary Mob There n thoe who say that
.-"- I, "third force "- which, it seems exclusivee interviews a IL Th I.*'s rostrum are seated her staff. rmer i Nelson A.
t, me, means they believe us waiting list for such ie aterviews is breau cher Department heads, Rockefetlbrinded all this.
tq be as evil or as dgerous a "~g. It took months to heer to 8w Yrs, teEhniclans eat_ experts But be's a modest, uiet, behind
nation as the Soviet Union. But the National Press b. OnShe the cazen Sometimes they give yslpode worker.eToB
they knew that they can't survive has held only six press confer imentations. Ast. Sec. Rsel Ladyw go
financially without s' Pp they fences In two years. erkins expidmed the-social-seen. 1Wi a doga Job.
continue to love aour odlars and .
loathe us.

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SuLynday Memo. S lovA a: l"A AT A TN iURl.......... AN a m C ORO
Bcuon: Thursday 7:00.* I.m. OUR SAVIOUR a urdayh A....o i ..10:30 IU you facy y urself aX a bridge
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ar uc ST. VINC r P. an.y before itrs The Ah. Milton A.shnrch ,cto slam could no longer be defeated, P d messages deepened been showing up, insisted e and
Ao var Holay Masses: 8:30 and p yCommnon...m. SUNDAYS da a ............. been defeaedgniyint was a crime t If they've been sending them
SrBred Heart on mur hlass r Morning Prayer (SpanishM 8.00 ready to solve the crime that took .lo
313 enter. a oaooad Fridayty seoS ol...........9:3o0am: Sunday. .............7.0a. d 3oo0







Wams Warsa., a oasS: CSrday 3:00 to 5M and Syonin :0 ayer ALROOK 0A 0 ORCe NAVAL STATION Y, a the criminal? Decide for your- Wednesday when House Demo- told newsmen. arr, commanding general U.. Army C -
unday cae .. ......... ae Iad 7: to : .irt00pundm.Thursdaysbe.ore nt Holy CommunSndays.. 30am. b rMau n self before e you read o. C ath c lbea rs complained theis contribution to Lt. Col. R.







Morning shtp Sm Friday730p. Sunday hoo ... 3: p.m. C o """ White House wasn't doing them Told of the clerk's account. M D
BapuWal u U ni.... .... 0: pa R M Au Y e F. I A-ni0 a oMys nCosnayi..... 1 p S d0unday Mass ............ .70 but y ou may try to put the drive chairman for tecm ad- Cormack said he was confident Colone) .Rel
libtM A:D 0 a --mChoir RCeearni..........a30 aM. U.S. ATION. RODMAN hIndcuffs on the wro4g player. man of the 1955 UARCARIB D looks o ed oil n b2f

















Nookft Catechism Class: After :30 mass on MONDAYS FORT GULICK defeated the slam by leading a nce coples of President Eisen- ihe foul-up was not in his office. s
vaeus ... 730 pm Sunday l oclety... 0 p. saturday .................... diamond. a0 to opn a a 0 mege. indicated Wedne the
W.M.U. ,..d & 4, Monday....... P .m. Holy Aat Cla: a6:30 p.m. y ad nde npn. Prayer for all people. mSu y w month period. ( someone lent you rW
Bro ........onday :00 t :45 p.m. er r. o way for him to guess that the gerty promptly entered a plea advance cope of president to nd something
.M eniMa 1 M p "atura.y-laSuo:30 am.) Lm A BOCA R cpn. .. House He said the messages arrassng position when the mes not care for t you r not
un T DE LA ALL Morning Prayer and Church School Youh ervice ............ 6.4 p.m ether danerouuy, took the ace of thclubs, Today a clerk in the office ofages had been sent.










B.p uonBis sS ay M e3:8*30 .m 0 Edr.'. iEuharist. 3rd Sunday. 1 "S enemy went on to six clubs. East ouse Democrac Leader John Hagery said later that about 250
da Praer erv ... 7 eekayMass: ..00on.. Thur arayer. Morn Worsa ............ :00 man pa diamonds n. McCormack told a reporter thecopes of eah message had gone




















Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass: 6.00 am Holy Baptism S.nd pm NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH stead of five spades in order to r"essages had been delivered to to McCormack's office or the
Confessions: Saturday 3 0 to 4:30 and 7:00 to Holy aye. 8:00 aCommunion 700 m. FORTGSUNDAY: ety sad. every.
8:00 p.m. on Saturda FAST DAYS Dvne Worshi ool.............930 a.m Once East has made the jump





















WlnDm31J. wmwlWu phraculous Medal : Friday .-00 Holy Comuion_7o0 am ni W Sp : pni bid of four spades he has an- "Nobody ever told me what *The only message of which we that took 1
S ThePa.B.ea Catechism Class; Su30 p. on Sunday:00 to 4 :00 COrOZAL Mornn Worship .......... 00a more rounds o hearts .y tet I them e, a
(inITMlrac lo s M dal Nov ah:y 7:00 pom. hiry dAedm CO 0 ,, L A m T Iotte N '"ea.sdth Re Ce t























i de reba> BT. THERESfFBLa Boca The Re. M A. --E-OVAH'- W--NESS. idd a real two-suiter of any kind. could have it. -. those ared after the mp
r Sunda Mass: 7:00 a.m. Sday Scool 9 Pra eting Tura and Sunda he Sday Shl ..'.......... West could ruffbd the had dfferetlyst was read n the Hoheartuse."
ooniur.day . ons;turM oa Sto 7 30 n dm.yM t PALO ECoR a.. p.m wrN emoriaS Balboa For this reason East can feel Trouble was, according to his Besides, the saidck, that wasn't
Con un P s L: Thursday hCo confident that his later bid of five version nobody wanted them. So the real issue. The important
ared H 700 m. on onday a ol o LA DA AINT (Mor cue-bid of some kind and th e mystery e te missing aimed the extra copies hadn't












irnptoA.t Whi. lnadConnert Class: :30 p.m. on Thur.day ABAaO loger beefatd.aprientalmesa ee .nd on what subjects, presidential
LauLs' W' m u ST. VNCENTS--Iam Ci Siv. A. Simon's hood 830 am. Meeting; Sunday School, How can East tell that a dia.-h messages can be expected msaedep
0o Dy MasCULOUS aTDAe-Crral s a oSLA tnov B r ddr n been sen SB aing them
:00 Holes Mn Sunday" at t falls on Saturday h e Masses are Mrnin Prayer st and ndr. FORTces wll be hel. call Crst6bal 2897 West takeout double of one club and he ant tell them.
Pho ne Salb P le's e:00 and :30 a s Sundays or Coco.............. 0 Sunday Mass .......... ... 1. S leun- showubedu Sawom- es kind of readi wnedss toh d s t "
WillED TA by, Pastor Confessions: Saturday 4 :00 to 5:00 and Holy i om on and S COCO SOLO NAVA A much STATpade Strength, and mayor our- Wednesday when House Demo- told newsmen.
ndvoy and Mrs. C. M....... a. 700 to 8:00 pm After Rosary each eve- r rt mn 2d and 4th Sundays .. 1030m Daly Mas ......... .......7.00 f v ncatc leaders combined the













MBulda Nor.... 0 n. a rac 72 Youth Fellowship a.......5 00 pm Rev Paul Holloway. Pastor heart bid is to be believed hite House wsnd h T o l au cI
9:30 Sunday School. Miraculous Medal Novena: 3.00 and ev. D.A..O.:botr h W oh OputtInce. Cuem adndu -05 Cormak said he was confident













v1100 Holiness Mee .. 5 00 pm on Monday G s. Cr A. Craciall Home. Curundu 7116 e t isterefore quite ely ot
00 young People......... Catechism Class After mass on AMA Sundaydefeated the slamonds. If you exadin ne opies of reent Ese- the foul-up was not in his office



























7.30 Salvation Meetin. Sunday s PAUL's CU Morlng Wrship 11 am change the kin and queen of dia- N Pr and Boman U a
e Atlant Sa oirst Friday ExposlUon all day Dur Vn. L. B Sh Youth Meeta ............... ... p m. dmode Falure to open a a- W power's messages. MCormak indicated
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COLON CENTRAL HALL FirstSaturday.Massat8.00Pa.m -0 -- hands, a diamond opening lead
yM Bt. sa Evening Prayer and Sermon 7:00 p.m. m P ant set the contract three tricks.e s burn's falurtoet the custom you how much h
PS0 0th 37 h . .. F .. .. tb- Sund-S "d "- T r. "9.0.-
Moday Sroterhoo -ndMs:0a.. normal spade lead would ber fatalI -f oiSnocent In behalf of the While, tiAl messages put them in an em- bout it. If you say flatly 11, 1
COLO th T........T ALL Holy ayu Mass: 6a:00 am. (It It fals 4th Thursdays.A....7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF r NAZAR ... 1 Vcry unoay e.m..
AT~n TIC il .U.C. on Saturday-: 400 ato 00 and 7.C00 to *0 a jos ol Ciunn ta am sncin. a asnorwhr Sartin HOS TIraounils

vO h mon Novena:e7.00Pssu.on : 3 :00 to a:30 .ur Sunday. SUNDAYS hl e Sunday School ...................mospd













SWts raer lev ..... Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 30 *a.m. Children's Eucharist. nrd Su ndays 710 N.F.M.. Service: m nemy we s Pot Roast e













on'a" MoTeera Club: 7.15pm. on WedneAGm Evn EDnFrdAys 'n lbet-Whip Ch.re That.. Different and Good WASHINGTON, ---6(U) u latesw e O-, w o
un P aeehi Days Ma 300 Thursday m. Prayer Meen P RWe ..... 30 p Bshould have bid five diamonds in Mcormack told a reporter the copes eah message had gone
Fri. andSat. First Friday mss:6d00m Holy Baptid .00 pm NATIONAL PTT CUC I stead of five spades in order to essages had been delivered tao McCormack's office n the




























IT JOSP -Coln THURSDAYS Morninp devodn ai ........ *:U a.s g u, i e h
SArmy Sun Holy Day Masses: 6:00 am. to 6:00 venon and Sermon 7:20 p.m. el or t FRT N. ro nitree ha t roe oi e e
SHolheryMasss: 8 :30 and 7:00 to AS Cm 0 a em. SUNDAY: erty saidAUTOMATIC F 1.9 delivery.
E :00 p.m. on Saturday. t a a.anDivine WorshIpn s .........T :30 a.m Once East has made the jump
s oil al aUhS Miraculous Medal NovenaWednsday Com ap......... 0 p. bid f four spades he has an Nobody NOR ver told me what "The only message of which we
eaATcCdsse i nt y 3m 0 p.m. on Sunday toma nrO A. aT Suyio.N a nouned that he wants to.play the to do with them," the cle said, have received copies was o
SCr.llia ....aerdHart ov'n Friday 7:20 p.m. ,.e Ai r p.m. Tand at spad"r Cream Pno aer at 0 I ust piled o P a..Rt lT I
Sno Captain av ..n.ad .o i T Thrsnday7 Re snoonaltock*uuday else he may bo d late...........lyr on. If tand anyy th t INTERNA TIONAL dy. "'
15 de eRire.r CnvrrE. on oa PHOVAHI'S wricSul had a real two-multer of any kind, could have it." ,-w. those arteed aier trie, apo














3Phon a. sineS4 Suna ddat y MassT:3:700 uto.:0 p. So o r tdy wasre.dhus p.. Three and one-half to 4 pound Oe EWELR The pickoff the
an10:4Woreobls.Me Sund1a Masse 7.00y0 3 0.m .3 1p0. run School... T rday Sunday he w would bid the hand d uerenpa w fdftheHous.
3 uayn Holy Day Mass: 5:30 am. and 00 e Clarenchp, 30 p.m u For this reason East an feel Trouble wasto the according to his Besides, the said, that wasn't































Guest speakers each Sunday p.m. S d rtoGi .'ummuFtied S cey.. .00 m. gospel a ervd ce. Ir, 4 a o 5. o pence a dia couLtry' M in i a y WI res;
Phonra ayM hoConfessions 700 .m. on Saturday. Snd oo Balboa R.P and oodes
:00 Younyg People M. Thursdayulous Medal Novena: 7:06.30 p.m. BaCm of to C e m e Sun-tm confident that his later bid of five version nobody wanted them So the real issue. The important
















7:30 Salvaion Catechism Class :5 p.m on Sunday VdYeCcn m. Lp m Shirley. Archdeacon ca u U iRI T ll bro nio a at the end o the day into t h thing was that Democratic lead.
Lars Sacret Heart Novena: 7.00 p.m. on Every Mo r Snday.30 am. Holy C hool at the -DAY SA Mgarlic in hot lard. Push to one side e en
Sr. Aath Wonve~SrtCas ponFAA Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest- w hnd on what subjects, presidential
The Rev Paul W. Olander. Pastor rday ss::30. Woman Aliaryan hood 3am. Meeting; Sunday School, an. Rub meat telwth salt and- messages can be expected.
Building No. 100. Religi Instruction: 4:00 p 00 Thurs a.y Cmuon d ma 9:25 am.: Sacramet Meeti. 10:30 .m mod l ead will b e favorable? pa'o le said members ask h I m
















* 30 Soth allowatp a an h Sunda v School ..............10:30 a.m l i t c
0 onsa h IMMIRACULATE CONCEDAON-Garlst 30 am Sunday School For addEvenin Wrshp ................. 7:15 an OOW
:00 THEng PACIFIC UD Sunday Masses. 7.00:00 and 1030 am 30 a Praer nda services will be held call rstba 25 West takeout double of one club and he can tell them.
1 a:30 ouavPeSole'sLea.n- a.m undaya or Coco Solo 324. Priathood 9 a.m. Sun- showed some kind fa readiness to.re
Holy Day Masses: 00 :00 m. and 5:0 AdMonntday: 1:00 .Stm You.. M l day School Sacrament support any suit. West cannot have
Building No. A my ninE. S.WEJAeS Churh Rev Paul Holloway. Pastor vear yth in poperoenin ortead. i delivery.
9:30 Sunday choo. Mrfesious- Meda Noven: ..0 and 70.t0.oA omn 7 an oA., Cun ,0h
51-00 Hoess Meeti. 5-00 pm on Monday.eAYSDivin Home. Curundu 790S West is therefore quite likely ot
e00 Aleound Pples H. AL PCatechism Class. After 00 mass ol 'ANAA n SundaySchool .............m Cook nve goodiamondles in boiling sale x.
0 Salbo at Sn Pab St. Mraou Novena: 7 15 p.m Weekly Scen all Church Moing Worship ............10:30 am. change the king and queen of a-
Phone 4-CNursch Hig the School Year and. The Y ita Rao Atw Evaning Worsh ...... ...... 7up0 alm a nds, make rav from driipn et o
First Saturday: Mass at 6.00 mm. hands, a d-mond opening lead".
seNMor CAp,4tanTW and Mr. C. MomPLy Cu i o,, aanruo,, CHUH will set the contract three tricks.'

rStorednta inandyMmu y Masss: 7-30 am and 9-30 d5.00 r Y aIfl~nht S Ptq02 on. tos aoly Euctharit: Snday t 2o amfAla
COLON THIRD I HolyyMase:6:00 am.an. SUNDAYS TuesiaysT Weduay S and 'hursdv,'eatEeryeaundataHu.e
,:AISnB wch. .. ConfessionsSat: 4:00 to 5.0o and 7.00 to 6:a,.m.Rooiy Com.unn. 6:30S.a-in Station HOG announ ian
60 on gPeopeph Leg9:00 ph m.sday turday 9:00a..m. Ch Tor l ychaarist and Sermo n Sacrament ot Unction (li--,ynt .th
730Salvaiontosastin:tpim.5,ACSib",'nwcyour lucky number---;,d
St SrHta N Jamaica ove.onMiraculous Medal Novena: 7.00 P.m 710:30.0 avm. 30l a nChurch School SymIOcSTd CaM- I 7 10 CelAFbrst tundaY Af each month 'm Here'Bs, De Lxeo R ast B,
SI Holc Meetl Teen-age Club: 7"15 pm. on Wednes- an" Tyt'sDfeenn oo--l
6i0d Young People"0 1 m Caatechism Class: 4.00 p.m Thursday 6.00 am. Holy Communion PSaname ei n R ,' S d ShW D D Y1 Bwt PlutMMI sd m beeeh
moo HoalnessMin,8:00First10- 7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon dt. M,1 T ame. D. 0 Batlop By. GAYNO MADDOXU
Y ong PeeLl.Fst Fidany Daevotions:oRSolo 8:30o nrm Adult Confirmaodon Cs em.nu- EA Food and Markets Editor NEC EFULL
:30 ~ on M during. HolynDay Masses: 6'00. : ai. andadnday:.7: 00pa m Y outhdaySchool %w Sacr am ....e nt 11u a. Chicago knows its beef. Here is,
and 5:45 pmW. edn aym C6ldren' aucharlst. ivne Seice ..........I"a of a renipeorded hlua roahstioptdUTstTeand
EDT. all N. C.Z.1nta eooperta Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5-00 and SATURDAYS ..oa
Envty andKmQL11100417 7.00to 3.09.m.A0:00 aRm Junos Conymeu CT BAASl' CHCR kitchen. Different and good. SCHNEIDER LENS
9..., unsa ay h oo al Miraculous Medal Novena' w .edn da yn 7 a. o .. Coi ia c and Meiaince.u 510.Westis thfe reNfor e qu it Bar- O L D S M O BIy
1 HI 00H LANTiC siDs 6e:15 and 7:00 p.Po aMn aya t ric A vi.M t. 24th SH e. r i '111
3C ofeeeodai Anue md Sorewful MotCer: Sunday 7.15 pm. eAd Aol Id C W-,dec. cl............... 3-00 4rodimtdseI Ufitd P o.. the INTERNATIONAL and
Third StLeet Convert Class: 7"15 pm. on Mondayi Pt As..chareo .4aou, t A awrsip Stree.(Approtaimatelevn)f wino
Phone Atl4ni and Thursdays. io a. (ALOdy uREOL 'b .hirulYC ('hM e tig. n.. sP') n wi eri theSourhando pors
9-30 a Sunday School for all aa,,, Catechism Cool: a:00 to 4:00 p. on: ,tun. C a Study 5a., .. r '.1 P. Three and one-hala to 4 pound JEWaEsRYOThetBkvolwthemedal
raaWonahin service and churc. Sunday. ev'd Arnold C. WaHIOoM. "''1 potlroast. 2 medium onions, sliced, csitaton for 1354. A famous C
"1,11S"tromu i's IOD OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL 'e AM J UaW BETHEL MISSION CHURCHES
Monthly e 38743HOLFA Wom LY',aa Ga te gst C6rn.o.ee d Co PrS 'apha W elTab e. STOWan. eltr poons lard. 1 tablespoon salt. 1 an the award in Wahington.
and Cjoide. Sunday Masses 7:70 and 3-30 mam. t St. PareTm efoem Real Tank. CoHl -Sudays. iI a m, divine ctap dairy- soured cream, 1 cup D.C., for "outtading contri- '1Hotel Panama00
t Holy Day .Mas: 6:00 am. and 5:00 Clarence 5 0ays 4Drusp, 3.0 p.m. Sunday Scho 7.o p. wtern bum9 to the security of our
Guest vseaerms each Sun.day P.m. t10 o -snun,:0t.... o' e gospell service. at 4 or0mouncepackage':0a
Pho -: Confem.oard 7:00yp.m. on Saturday. SndaL.. SChoour ch0ch Polu ,ere, i.P Stu and lyt Ele.. noodles chMo
E:41o Sunday deool Miraculous Medai Novena: 7:00 P.m. Saotlm 5 to n.m'no a 4th s. No. 40 Sundays. 5 pm Bble school I a Dutcl oven oT other heavy a
S.t rit &ml oft7:catechism Class: 3S20 pma. av Sunday 1 y WdaysBaDe uxePotuteasiighto
110 WHollrshp Merveting on uesday.psin.aon dnsdaosribloradia ut ensial.brownfonit and
larg-"a Secret He-at Novena: 7:00 p.m. on rd YPaao a Cin garlic"hotlard. PushtoonesideN eweothei
The Rev Paul n S W. Oleander. Pastor. Friday. Woman. ir.o 4th Sunstm SrOO l 8the
P eYoun eo- leio I tu i : : p .Thursdy 90 p.m Hl Co unon of pan. Rub meat with salt and
Pho Bbe Scto da i s C l ast s: 400pursS rmn a t Til CHU t D. OF D brown well. Combine sour cream
10:4 Wa- v n Chueet i rst Fosary & e otions:onu30v Can r Co d with water and pour over meat.
-3 "in'Se tDa Mor.,ning........... 930 a'as[Top with onionsFand garlecscverN9W 5U 5

Holy Day Maas: 6:00.M and 5:00 AdL.nt, st atais Ca t until tender.
PitAle.Confessions: 60 to 7:20 on J-lday. Sunday Shool ... 9.0 a.m Cooknoodesi
Phone 3-t451--huch O/ffic 2-36 on Ti~esday. -,, ,r. a follows: gvanuelistie Servia' ........ 7.-00 o-ID and make gravv from drioning.


h SchS Tu to 00 pm abbath School, .30 anm Dsv ne Sextrv tha sou adding to it the sour cream an
Io orsh Service The E eond a ee, I .00 a.m Youth's Meeina. 4:30 Ma doctor cnton mixture spooned from top- U
fessaori Nursery. Kinder-rrt ST SV'NCIn- eW )jam. SUNDAY: Bible Lecture. 7'.301311
0 orani or Ner osrndyNT:ana WM. NEDDA Bqble tudy an30 raver aundav School .............. 10:00 a.m of roast Season to taste with salt,
rima Snt r Dtund.ay as...: .'3.0 a.m. and ..... 11:00 am k S
Chureb-time Nursery for chIldren Holy Day Masses: 0 a.m. and :00 rvicl 7.30 n. Evening Worship ................. 7.0 pepper and paprika Serve nd.
Costs 0to 5:00 and 7C to Wiam-Ino. a Oles' ,arndro wth AMERICA'S MOST ADVANCED *
M J=t-Hi.gh Fellowa 3.00pm. "ua anD itPas W..Walleran
;a for.High rellowiBu. Catechism Class 11 :00 a.m. on Sunday CaI VTe, Ave.2 O No Sunday School .... ... : a m To carve rolled pot roast,
Miraculous Medal Nvena 7:00 p.m. 11. Panam No. Jamaica Society a Mi'nna Worsthip ........... 10:50 a.m lice across th ce of the rol STYLING
OAMA llan Tuesday "n'" St No., 8& Corrillo. n5th SL N. 27 Tig CHRIIAN MISSION OF r then cutting round, chuck and
All rves a the o(Jombr 1 Uin Sacred Heart NoweaS: 7:00 p. on Pueblo Nvo. -A btwen ad AA C. ther 2inc thick pot roass,cut
Wavern M Adeto and d.. 4 Aao. th E No 27 l Headquarters. PanamiA RP -uto 2-anch strips, then turn each
BalboaVhaPei GaviumatStation s: ol~ Choryillo. La edge so that th, lices ''.'
W aie M pAlderton. Pastor. MpGa Sarday ns ^Colan Choroi Lec on ct"Iro n See the CONESTOdA Station Wagon
a-lm - ammn O- ----.-- ,.J... C ,ew.ter c can be carvel acro.sstoe grain of See the CONESTOGA Sto
Ia:1h1 W P t. bal. TalorC. rv. J A. Trotman. Ithe meat.
3 sae11oo s8 A bal. =y6 are as. every Snpa 1 aema
CDBD MMfUB. t 'i~s I-i m.. 1220 -m-:lS p.m. and 8: pm.t tt *
rea CPl- u. _- uwah,.els are the followtn. L.t hl Champion 6 101 h.p.
.m 3-.m *B.L l gColdn.4th & G 3-.p.m. 41'pm-'-
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t A FEW FAST FACTS: NBC ru-
Aored to be quietly planning a film
kty in New York, against the day
*,when the unions will let networks
,make their own TV films. Norman
ItlGeddes is reported to be draw-
tIng plans for the studios . .Jack
asem's manager, Bullets Dur.
46-m, keeps needling Jackle -
<"How about that luncheon?" Bul-
.4ts heard that Patti.Page tossed
.a testimonial luncheon for her
GMnAer, Jack Rael, and thinks it's .
a dandy idea . June Havoc's
.w w, "Wi 1iy," due for, major Tons Lockarld Patti Page
hanes this spring . Waiy Cox
'takig fencing lessons for a.comic
duel he'll do on NBC Opera Thea- "But that maybe happens once ,
:ter's production of ''The Would-Be Iil six months or so. Most of the
Getleman" . .Rod Serling, who time, he never says a thing. Ac.
wrote Kraft's classic, "Patterns, tually, we find him a good guy to
thinks he has another good one in work for."
*The Champion" which will be pre And there you are. The Marin.o- *.**WA.k.i,
tented on CBS-TV's "Climax." eis, on the surface, seem like a _rr _i_ _Alq _.--1-9.
-- +. J happy crew. And the surface is the +Ar y h w e
S"Everybody knocks Arthur Godbest place to find mariners, asAre you the 'SweO nP
-rey. I think somebody should tell anybody knows. busine
some of the gool things he does." Sure we're happy," Loekard
OK. Counsel1 for the defense, says. "We'li stay here forever,
;Tom Lockard, has the floor. Tom it we can. Any quartet-even the slastic about her new hobby, so
#is one of the Mariners, the quartet top recording groups-would glad. abe's turning her attic into a stu
that's been with Mr. G. longer than ly swap with us. We get a good, dio. Cost of the converslon-$1700.
any of his regulars, except Janette steady salary, we don't have to go
Davis. on the road, we have easy hours. "The mambo won't last."
It's a fine life-the best spot in Thus spake Sammy Kaye, and
show business for a quartet." mambo addicts predict he'll do
TV TOPPERS The facts of the Mariners life more swinging than swaying after
L-vO B, Ef (NBC-TmV).^ No are pretty well known. The four that statement. But Sammy sticks
is mTON BERLE (NBC-TV):No ,l them-Lockard, Jim Lewis, Mar- to his guns, ole.
ondy kes me. There all pic tn Karl and Nat Dickerson- met! "Mambo may be the craze In
m1e.Aro)d Stan. I've hoard of pick in the Coast Guard during World New York, but outside New York
n, ve picking War What isn't known is that people are not requesting i and
teg on a chicken, but neve Coast G uard pulled some offi-. They are not dancing it. Like the
lin a ham.* ___ cial strings sc the boys could be
discharged together. m
.."Like our day off," Tor said. All o0 them had studied singing The aiS c
"Arthur didn't have to do it, but seriously, and each one could be a cI The llS oam'N
he's given every one on the show soloist. Nowadays, they give con- INCORPORATED BY i
an extra day off. We all have Sa. certs for schools and civic groups
turday sad Sunday off, and now so they can keep in practice as
we get one day off during the week serious singers.
too." Andf in their spare time, they Royal Mill
How about your songs-does noe efein, their boss. It's a good life.
pick them? FAST FREIGHT AND F
. "No," laughel Lockhard. "Most Spring Byington has discovered SETW EN EUROPE
of the time he doesn't even know a new drawback to being a TV
what we're singing. About the only star-it's frightfully expensive. The OF SOUTH
time he says anything is when he very pleasant heroine of CBS-TV's -
happens to hear us sing something "December Bride" found herself TO COLOMBIA, ECUAD
at rehearsal and he doesn't like in a script that called for her to .. A ANA"
'the song. He'll say, 'I don't think lake up oil painting. And during M.V. "HAZEL OR" .........
that song does you guys any good.' the course of the show she got In'
If we think it's a good number and terested in it. a' TO UNITED KINGDOM VI
say we'd like to do it, he'll just "8 she went out and bought $400
shrug and say, 'Well, it's OK by worth of equipment and started NASSAU, BERMUDA, COF
me' painting. Now she's really-enthu- M.V. "REI#A DEL PACIFICO


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AMERICAN AN DINDEPNDEM T DAILr Mt-PA
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ie Simpson' who ordered the
Moards?" _

Conga and the Samba, Mambo is
a novelty, but it's too complicated
to capture the fancy qo the Ameri-
caq p u b 1 c permanently. The
Rhumba, Which is al read y a
standby, will be with us for a
long time to come, but not the
Mambo."
DICK'S QUICKIE: Groucho Marx
told a Naval Academy midship-
man, "I'm an old salt myself, al-
thopgh the shaker isn't what it used
to be."


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BY WILON SCRUGUB


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SI Plague Farmers
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WASHIN,. .N, 'b.-- 'up) ( -

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DOUBILETALK
CICAGO (UP)
40A5"5 moesw tW*
Moto" bkf
Is a n ll"


0 -- tckme" for ineelu mto his
yesterday M aw .. . to ..t. .
arWi nnand a a de1 ..01154 0% an e iu l in g ~ .*
Tent of rda t te buffer levett ogurtre Iwn thn wet I th t-n uldn ... ,o ,


b. Mof- eimVepe eet tmnts 'r r a tee uof Justice-Narclse units,
s i te r. ofe Bofte IBPOEW, will meet tomorrow at
|l eomh werelad"isn pollrasoOr l. at therearoffice of the
SBack I. Paainam City, a brief Beta ChapBAds_ Importb.t I uiess will be ..s-
social gathering at th. new US- B i-MeN. ti cussed.i All members are request-
IS Library (on Cedral .Avenue Beta h of eta. fima Phi ea to attend.
ust beyon# 34th Stlt.iJollowed met e mt i Stroop'1, home for --, -- .-
Sthe o t the batIrby the its s r 4nthly meeting on -a
He h f entertained at Hotel pecialns H.ave been recelv- g 1ommtte
El Panam-with a small briefe roma aaa mmaP -
on the Columbine leta Sigma Phi's Silver Anniver.nis
.U` ",th .-vl,"-Pr;adent and .hear;othe pl in clude
bSectaro, with their wivesh. jino-1sles, _,rotagram. 2 or -Ie oIUllirlilont
ed some 450 members andguests g m ittreportswere. will m Ctomorrow
eA ermcnI ty ta1 by Jerr Keating for the mi b
cktacl Cparty w I tedan the Rush Party Plansp.on Church of the Cr l meo ths
Lt official dinedusees will receivenvitations list Sundayv of Lent will begin
Satedt adol to the Rush Party which wil be witoh Sunday School t 9:30 .M
wat ?ldenSt Ses at the a Bar-B-Que and s being held oning Worship service con-
a derward atancyRams s home, oue d by the Rev. Paul, W.
Embay resid.jone IAomeI Addl- 8124-A in fMga ita, romh 4 to Olander at 10:45 a.m. will lclude
usthbeyroinea btseh etion1whdh6 p.m. od et afternoon of March a %r- sermon -The Carers and
WO|u Gw a locini scheule duu 5.. n n" 0
tgnal eatsRotddattfep1,1in th. 0e emn dtitle.
in Ic the Nixoldns ch tted w Is on il etthemeeting o
hundreds ofent ertilained at HoseforSthkcModelMeet- ilsaMe.usienwellebegiveniby
hundreds of a aitha ing, the niesting which is open to the choir o etegd by O. E. Jor.
m ajor er ra Cell Rushees, that will be held at.El- studand accompanied by Mrs.
or Visr it sie 'Hoberg's home In Ft. GuUck MilUdred Oenis as organist.
Sa.:. Gen, W. E. R. Covell Quarters A on March9. At 7:15 p.m. a Sunday evening
S(ret) d Phasadiha, Calife. ins ton Plans forth Preferental ear fA7owhlp hour wul be condact-
ping off for a few days at El which will be heldn tro .eW for everyone. At this time the
Panama. He served several roursPart of March* r were edf ola nd well loved hymns of the
of active duwty theI Ci Zone. c e sal a an enta. church will be song and the
p eiaThe general public will be in- third and last part of the film
eMspelua ,reted on le u atthe ha ter "Our Bible How It Came To
Lrte teoicig V. Spplartg, who d edrleet ila rv its iratlSUndMa of SLth Eng
is due toleave for a States vaca. is oPnce Iagain p .. t ngh Bible" will be presented.
tloq shortly, ande Mr Aplexander .o hh e an ing Other activities of the church
Parke;t, dho will make her home rtd.. at he. ro, has been., to be eAnnounced in detail later
bin the. States. were nonored at a ..oste oustani in the chapter include Wednesday evening de-
betn vage luncbeon n.t- 1 .otAh i.na... ril. o.an un votlonal services at .n:00 p.m.,
party at ohe .a..ng.n' I. .l r. Vale-Hobe h. men's fellowship dinner Feb. 28,
Baileyst f Gat on Washington's o al chirmanfor 8unaday School picnic March 5
birthday. u a l Id .*and the coming annual Church
n Thic uests included Mrt'. LiAs dthe iscse of the business Bar-B-QueR March 10.
thueds.osoin.,aMs. Jr -a ..meeting refreshments were servt- e
Ster-or.s MaertJ PeterB Ed byG ek LiWepsw ane GSree
sr hs'DiA ,lfr Glss, Mrs. L.hoste f r' r er eveieg r ReL ssig ned S i



Sive as ther c t Rtamsey, wLeIeve Stroop and shp, Olym a. en, the Medter-.
o e S L. .ovk uary Daielsoi. 1 ranean servi on m arch 26.
(.r MlefsM sob a 'Pledg- s present weretDolly T e Olyia had been operation
oi the Ban of London. a tles Mary Roddy G 1 e n n a In the Nor Atlantic service un-
.a H saervaido.r Enteraln s ThomaMs, Peggy Johnson, and Kay til her recent charter to Simmon
ofh a tiasa n't^ f ubsaDr l K ontz. ommtest, Inc. for a wnter series
... .... --- of u aribbean creates.
D ? are. mses t s Beaua i uad Women Meet The Nea Hellas, which Will be
S Thlsday s n honor ofthe Tmea Card Group of the Curun- named the New York, wtl be
S Vit. n th anversarY du Woman's Clu met. at tehe nen off its present Mediterrane.
sceleb.ation t sel aniver,ry Comma t Building Wednesday, an run ant switched to the North
nsto de morning with Hostesses Mrs. Do- A tlantic service. The ship's first
t "io .. g_-- I / ta Michaells and Mrs. Annabelle vryage of the 1955 season one this
*rc e^' .Lea routee leaves March. from here,.
u ,nor aAeEd t rtas n. hmbers present were M e a-na The C anberra will be replaced o
ar -' w. wilslnsat ve ae o dames Con.e Re.ichart, Lorraise y the Neptunia in the Canadiar
e th er etat helde'hon Zent Bea Lombrolw a, Hela en Bg. North. eAttan t cservite in order to e
Sa r o rtson o, b nely, Ia Quintero, stranguher the C anadian services
lice P sar. r. f r. illian Stillan, Jenny Hao nar- and provide additional accomme-
bfor vae lun aHt eon an i Edris Jones, And n tMeIon, c a Thc Neptneia, which had op.
dang lebridt are Loke, AnCk, Tea len- rated in the mNew Yorkan Euatoe
Mrt aMrs 1 lert nTu. P ina waiothteKensry, and Vir se.e othis aasr iner Tshipsl



-, A lfred mrn ev real on ApiM 29. The Neotunia
Witness Reports Seeing Defendant thei .Ceolumbia in



With Murdeyed Phenix City Attym I, voIcEs
Mr'e Jiehns l as Fe n2 thdat he wa sert as he attempt ea e than NS0 ale sInher nitre
amtaerMeto.efnypatyheld a bheo ledt Bet a aHlten g i. rh Rateansd sitegn o iter t





c Park.. t h saw AlR- t Podgr ,a id hel he Kad thero Nanstand g tCa nadi cnve e ic
fox e. Mair. G uests adw lith Arys Dan I elso n. e rae asi s ervi s on ular ch 26u





Fne1 t of Lardn back." eds Prosenutor eas ilg" e O slociated Mee Cope ha



shots and saw t.. e to be araeL dgett related, "I saw Mr. have worked for a year as indlc.
th mn he... Ful er and to the best of my vidual units in 60 different corn
lAeha Fercrh fMrst time In the- judgment MB. Ferret. Thaey munities but will ajgh her, as a

SgsgaunR.ueth turned and ra through the a don' r member" to many
SPa mt ador the momeC t lay on.o of Beddow's questions *
hea mo inw shot .dow I DaW .oen Mee k Bti The defense aso recalled Wll.
VSt 'id in hn ..ow po TheCad Graou lf teCin rnam Ltota a conve t who had
SFeb a tahe Certl "oWa e wCnmess andobtail- testily ed he saw both Fuller and
i Pade to be third l a beiiore tarting hi Fennrell nearby just after the mour:

Obscene asr ischared Ih eniow faled C to shaken ,ra Buts w jury ex.I
Ionntodaibtehsotsr s swMreroDPadg hetla hehel bSshp aDtelatsece i
ol r nd Sawbr ull ertLeoff a T-hi u e a c o-us e leA ve rc he 24 frm here.







rialo-ermd Fnletr. a .tp tb b a lade atedI sd Bhoed hra yard inadis-
lic a M irt rf r om I the st. Aotty. ,b n B Fe rml.a e Q yiterb, tnsh er iea
.t-4asmasterfenix Cy-Fuil-tya owas diietmng thea murder. provie. ad a
or te rofair. Grauess;r enorti- n abu un Dte soglt Acn ner po rt
dancinan Jontes lan MormonM




son, ri"Fu. leri cross ad raneb v rI "Idn it rebrbs the dbef Ir






S- o ner doni se bak here iause
Witee ss RepowtsIle Sedingt reflerntda ta V --



'?lr -. ,-1 ... at lrk -y when. Ptier son ROCHESTER, 7(
t BIekl m ,-, Aleat, Seb26tnhat has id. Thashe attompbtiM ore h ma lsigers f


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tien ar eul d r oprl I.;
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surveys by entomologists show
the number of Insects will in-
crease during 1955 unless weath- Fine FUm'fure t=de. ,
er oi other conditions alter the DOrifEt Makogy. NOW,'.
picture, a..p I vriris '
Some 6 million acres of range lvntg3al.'Ses.*
in 15 Western states may re- .
nuire rasshopper control, the Productos do Madra S. A'
report aid. Biggest grasshopper ... aebe .,cow.
threat to cropland apparently '--C
lIs In MiSwourl southern Wlscon- DnSSt I1W ". .,
sin. the Texas Panhandle and ,m. .
eastern Kansas. ,,-w ,-


MOBILE WEDDING AD-With competition increasing among
istfces of the "peace in Lawrenceburg, Ind., one advertising-
minded JP brought his information right up to the Ohio-Indiana
late line. David Lumpkin, above, was hired to take this billboard
o the ine, where couples could see the ad a they crossed
into Indiana.


Apricot cardigan is worn pulled Th
down around the hips for slen-
der, graceful line. It's shown1 p
with slim beis e skirt in mix- at
ture of Orion, linen and cotton. Ah
Ch eon rsarf is In deeper shad
of apricot A Givenchy desrn. CO

More' Lighting
Doubles Living
Space In Homes
PITTSBURGH -(UP)-- A light-
ing specialist for one of the na-
tion's largest electrical manufac-
turing concerns says most Ameri
can home owners can "double"
the tize of their homes at an aver-
age cost of $100.
The trick Is in installing a more
efficient electrical system, and ex-
tending new wiring to hitherto un-.
used, portions of the home.
"Home lighting is the new
American hobby/ said E W.
Beggs, lighting specialist for
Westinghouse Electric C o r p.
"Spend $100 and double the size
of your house."
Beggs explained that many
home owners "ere putting In base. I
nient recreation rooms, made pos-
sible, of course, because of light
ing. Others are lighting their gar-
dens and enjoying outdoor living
in the cool of the evening. The
rest, of us are at last getting
around to Ughting our homes ben-
ler so we can live more fully in
them."

Gold Mill
Is Converted
- For Uronfru# U, s'e '
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) -
California moved another step
away irom the days of the Forty.
triers with announcement of the
proposed'eonversion of a gold mill
into a uranium milling and leach-
ing plant.
Clifford Gillespile, president of 4
the Verdi Development Co.. an-
nounced that the board of direc-
tors iias approved purchase of the
Beck Gold Mill near Mt. Soledad
in Kern county for conversion.
Gillespie said his company now
has sufficient ore blocked out to
warrent Immediate use of the milL





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TO STOCKHOLDERS OF THE "
PANAMA INSURANCE COMPANY, INC.

he annual meeting of the Panama Insurancer Comn
ny, Inc., will take place on Monday, MParch 7, 19
4:00 p.m. at the offices of the Company, at Canipo
egre, Via Espafia and Ricardo Arias Stre et to
insider the following:
1.-Election of Direotors.
2.-Inventories and Balances. '
3.-Modification of the By-Laws.
4.-Any other matter duly presented to the
Assembly.
THE SECRETARY.
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We Have Everything
To Keep Your Lawn
and Garden Beautiful
During the Dry Season.
Tools
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Insecticides
SSprayers
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Econo Soil Spray
Fertilizers
Sprinklers
Fungicides

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379 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140


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BALLROOM DANC! STUDIO
HOTEL EL PANAMA. SUITE 111
5 to 10 p.m.-Adults. Pre-teens
I Teenagers. By appointment only.
Mormfne ing......Balboa 2-4239
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Denture Bridgework
Alrbraive General Dentistry
Tivoll Ave. No. 21A-24
Telephone 2-2011 Panamal
(In front Anron School Playgroundl)


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Phone Panama 2-0552
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160 Central Ave. J. we. 4 Is Onm Ave. No. 1&
-NO.VEDADES ATI :
Via opafia No. 34


MISCELLANEOUS


Pentecostal (Assembly of God,
etc.) Fellowship Meetings Sun-
days 7:30 p.m. in Library USO
(JWB) Building, Balboa.


DEYING: shirts. suits, dresses,
rugs. All kinds of textile. Tropi-
cal Cleaners. Via Espaoa 830.
Tel. 3-0871. Branch 24th Street
East and Central Avenue. Tel.
2-1346.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-Two 22 ca. rifles
Winchester model 75, and J. C.
Higgins automatic Phone Balboa
2-2660 any time.
FOR SALE:-New Yorker Super
De-Luxe embroidery sewing ma-
chine, $200.00. Leaving. Apply
"P" St. "La Chorrera" Building,
Apt. 31.
FOR SALE:-4 good saddle
horses. Call Panama Riding
School 3-0279 or Transportes
Baxter (Mr. Rudesheim), 2-
2562.

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Refrigerator 25 cycle,
good condition. Priced right. Call
Balboa 3131.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Beautifully fur-
nished large room. kitchen. Be-
llo Vista, Mexico Ave. 69. near
43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT--To single person
one large front room, top floor.
Central Ave 19-18.
FOR RENT: furnished room,
kitchen and dining room privi-
lege. 4th of July Ave. Panama.
Call 2-5202.

Help Wanted


FOR SALE:-Pontioc 1952 4-
door Sedan. two tone blue, radio
and undercoated, $1550. Phone
2-1317, Balboa. Very good con-
dition.
FOR SALE:-1953 Pontiac Con-
vertible. Excellent condition.
Phone Curundu 3233 or Balboa
3401.
FOR SALE- Borgain. 1950
Chevrolet Tudor. excellent con-
dition, $600 00 Upholstered
mahogany Iivingroom set. Other
household items. Call Cristobal
3-3220
FOR SALE:- 1954 German
Ford. Excellent condition, radio.
Duty paid 2811 -B. Cocoli, C.Z.
FOR SALE--1952 Pontiac 2-
door Sedan. Excellent condition.
S1.100 00. Phone Albrook 6120.
FOR SALE: 1950 Studeboker
Champion 5-passenger Coupe.
Phone Navy 3168.
FOR SALE:-1948 Red Dodge
Convertible, $400 00. Duty paid.-
Telephone. Ponama-Home' 3-
4541; office 2-2283.
FOR SALE: -1952 Oldsmobile
98 Fordor. Low mileage, hydro-
mot.c. R&H, W-S-W. and many
other extras Clean Must sell at
once See it and make offer. Call
Albrook 7133.
FOR SALE -1947 Chrysler, Ex-
cellent condition, like new. new
tires upholstery Phone 2-1835.
1835
FOR SALE -1953 Fordor Chev-
rolet. Original owner, low mile-
age. extras, no duty. Call Pan-
ama 3-5418.
FOR SALE:-1947 Buick. $300.
Post tag La Boca Road 908, Apt.
K, Tel 2-2866.
FOR SALE. 1953 Chevrolet
Bel-Air Sedan. 4-door, blue and
cream, W-S-W tires, B U. lights,
radio. excellent condition. 2127-
C East 6th St, Curundu.
FOR SALE:-1946 Ford, 4-door
in very good condition. For in-
formatidn ell 3-3098.


RESORTS


JADE Rhodora's beach cottage,
special rate if taken for six
months. Call John Smith, Balboa
S3224.


Gromllch's Sonto Clard Bach
Cotage Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboo
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Sonto Ilara. Low rates.-
Phon.e Balboa 1806.
WILLIAMS\ Sqnta Clara Beach
Cottage .--rockaa refrigeration, I
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
Phillips. Ocebiside cot t g-e s,..
Santo Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Ponama 3-1877. Cristo-
bal-3-1673.

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, dining, living-
room, garage, large yard. good
neighborhood. Tel. 3-0771.
FOR RENT--Chalet one bed-
room, living-dining room, kitch-
en, on General Jose de San Mar-
tin No. 6, downstairs.
FOR RENT:-Available soon at-
tractive two bedroom house, ex-
cellent neighborhood, near Pan-
ama Hotel. Reasonable rent. Tel.
3-1256 mornings 9-12
FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet at
Bell& Vista for 3 months.-Tel.
3-0030 office; after 4-30, 47th
St. No. 1A-02.
FOR RENT:-Attention GI-fur-
nished chalet suitable 2 couples.
Will rent separately. Tel 3-0443.
Panama.


FOR SALE:- Household items,
wicker set. lamps, desk. vacuum
cleaner, radios, loud speakers.
English bicycle. 3 speed, tool,
,ise. etc House 593 Ancon. Mn-
di Street
FOR SALE -Philco Comb. Con-
sole 60 cycle. excellent condi-
tion. $90 00. Phone Navy 3504.
FO RSALE -Coldspot refrigero-
tor. freezer chest, 60 cycle:
metal bedroom furniture. Albrook
7238
FOR SALE -Oak China closet,
$30 00, matching buffet. 20 -
1531-A Calabash, Balboa
FOR SALE -Phill.opine Rattan
stting room ne*. perfect condi-
t.on Tel 2-2379 or 3-6170.
FOR SALE-Babv crib and chair.
Call 8109. Kobbe
FOR SALE Dinette se t:
chrome-legged table with for-
mica top. four chrome-legged
chairs ith plastic covering, red,
ori .,noall 107, selling for $65.
D.n.ng t.ible and eight chairs,
blond-finished mahogany, $135.
Also full-length mrror, three-
drawer chest. Balboa 2-2896.
FOR SALE -Double decker bed,
2 springs. 2 mortresses. com-
plete $30 00 60 cycle washer,
530(00 Cot and mattress, both.
$5.00 Wrought iron dining table,
$20.00 Mi rellaneou' brazing e-
qupoment Hrine 2053-B. Cu-
rundu 83-6257
FOR SALE -Practically new re-
frigerator and Misc household
articles. Reasonable. No. 5 50th
Street. Apt. 3,
FOR SALE--Bendix washer, 60-
cycle. $19000; electric stove,
$90 00, infant crih with mat-
tre s. small 'izo 51500; hiph
hair. baby stroller b.iqQov. tot-
ltip armer Children's niw "uts,
sizes 3 and 6. 5437-B. Diablo.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motor0
kIOR SALE--Boat 18' outboard,
'cobin csuises, 16 h p. engine,
525 00 Call Amador 82-4120.
office. Home 82-5247.

LOST & FOUND


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G.I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama'3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambro Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386.
Colon.
FORRENT:-Furnished apart-
ment: 2 bedrooms, living room,
dining room. porch. 2 bathrooms.
48th Street No. 27, Bella Vlsta.


HOSDitOl Fork FOR RENT-Small apartments
in Mexico & Ecuodor Avenue
In G-irl's S ma. L "Albertlna Apartment." J.
in Girl's Stomach Champseur. Tel. 2-2419, 6th
Street No. 10. Price $55.00
MUSKEGON, Mich. (UP)-It each.
wasn't the operation that startled
a Hack y Hospital doctor, but the FOR RENT--Apartment. living-
inscrlotion on a heavy dinner fork dining room, bedroom, kitchen,
1-o removed from a 16-year-old bathroom. Jose de Fabregu Ave-.
girl's stomach. rhe fork was in nue No. 14. Pasadena.
scribed "Mercy Hospital."' F-- T-Fri. &part-
SM FOR RENT.-Furnished apart-


menr suitable for two couples
with two Outside doors. See
Jonitor at 63 4th July Ave. or
call Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT -*furn-shed aDort-
meni, cool, clean, gas stove, re-
frigerator, oaroae No. 182 Via
B. Porras, San Francisco. Tel. 3-
5582.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
one room apartment screened.
kitchen, porc h. telephone.
garage. Tel. 3-5583-9 a.m.-6
p.m.
FOR RENT:-Furnished or un-
furnished two bedroom Doort-
ment, excellent location. Fede-
rico Boyd 1, Phone 3-1516.
FOR RENT-Furnished one bed-'
mom apartment 48 St. No. 3,
$75.00. $7 J00. Long terms.
Gas stove, refrigerator
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment, sitting dining room. two
bedrooms. gas stove, refrigerator.
One furnished bedroom. -kitchen.
couple without. children. 43rd
Street No. 64. Bella Vista. ,
FOR RENT.-Modern apartment
at Cangreio. 2 bedroom, balcony..
maid'q room. ioroae, hot water.
"D" St. No. 8. Phone.3-5890.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment Refriperator. gas stove.
Via Espoaa, lost house before
Juan Franco.'
FOR RENT: -Completely fur-
nished one bedroom apartment,
parlor dining room. Reasonable.
No. 5 50th Street. Apt. 3.
FOR RFNT:-Modern e rtment
No. 102 Via EsoaAla. ner Hote
.El Pannom. Bedronc,- living-
room. dinlne room etc. Telephone
Belboa 2870.

WANTED
ANMtri Bent.

now? Cofl 3-0471. Anwieeon
no f", Tfeequet tfrfwirto


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FOR SALE
Automobiles


WANTEJ--.European womon to
manage household, care for chil.
dren, and .cqok. Rour .small chil-
dren. Woutd' have maid part-
time to do routine heavy work.
Must be clean, intelligent, and
have pleasant disposition. Write
experience, Qualifications, age,
and desired salary to P 0. Box
1795, Balboa. C.Z.

Surgeon Finds


FOR SALE:-- 1952 Fordor 88
Oldsmobile. new car condition.
Original owner. Tel. 3-2121.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Victo-
ria, perfect condition Reason of
Leatrng. Te;. 2-0909
FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet. 4-
door, mechanically excellent.
Cash or terms. Coll Guy, Pan-
ama 2-5298.

WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED:-Good clean 4-door
Sedan or Station Wagon u. to
$1.00000. Phone Navy 3504.

FOR SALE
Real Estate


CASA ZALDO
Central Ave. I1
FARMACIA EL BATUREO
No. 3 Lottery Plaza
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Fourth of July Ave.


FOR SALE
Household


FOR RENT:-Chalet with three
bedrooms furnished, on 49th St.
No. 16. Bella Vista. Call tele-
phone No. 3-0082 after 2 p m.


LOST.-Birth certificate, prima-
rv school diploma, report cord
16th grade receipt from Artes
v Oficios School I matriculn,-
tion Name- Joseph Ago'tus
Williams Reward Return Mrs.
A Bplgrae No 3140. 16th St.
Rio Abaoo.


'e Fishing Helms

i mer Anglers,
FI"+tl


I ANN ARBOR, Mihl -(UP,- F Wilma Herman. who still doesn't
I A fishing expert at the Univer FOR SALE: House and Inrqe know how she swallowed the fork,
| stv of Mi*''i*ian says or . in lot Chilibre Transicthmion High. said she got It from a brother who
I enhance. next summer's fishing way. $450.00. Don Eastman. tours Muskegon institutions col-
O RRAS Ph=z S de Mayo prospects b, trying their luck stI Para;iso. Tel. 4-167. lecting garbage for his hogs. Any
winter ice fishing.- -FOR SALE -isarded silver he finds in the
.. Prof. Karl F Lagler, chairman m SALE -3800 meters beau- garbage. he gives to his relatives.
MIe- AM la- a f the university's fisheries depart. tful Coronad o Beach property.
On (are r U ment. said that "catchn fish in 0Box 306 Pedro Miguel. C.. The doctor who removed the
t inter helps restore nature's bal. Telephone 4-498. fork from Wilma's stomach said
-M SAlO l| nA Miss oance .by retarding over-popula FOR SALE:--3 bedroom concrete the operation was.a fairly simple
I ,I- Vl 1dlh don." house in El Valle. Fruit trees one. He thinks the girl got the en-
1 He said this over-population In all-weather road. Pho Cr. tire fork Into her mouth and then
'f OMD, Miss. -(UP)- If panfish lakes causes stunted, un-. obal 2170. neelipped to the floor. The jar of
k'9& would spend as much time!derdeveloped fish to appear ini fa lig to the floor was enough to
S a caieers as they do in se- next summer's catches. send' the fork down her throat and
tt i hoes, they would be a lot, Ice fishing may involve a little K maIlPU Ihiiur into her stomach.
K It^4 in their jobs, according more work. he added, but the ox ury C urch
tO Charles Elton director of|'.'-tch can be just as good because Is. Most.alJ d s s ,-I ,
t ouneling at University of fish appetites remain constant ae IS levated To Most BIldness
S.Langer testedd using. sMinor Basilica Is Hereditary,
Taboming freshmen are gvej beveled ice caisel or spud for I
varied aptitude tests, which St Ichopping through ice and recomn- BOSTON (UP) Mission No Cure Known
se .tu-leals evaluate himself nd mended droo-offq or edges of *eed Church WI Boston's Roxbury sec-
.l a vocational goal. When the beds as the best spot for the first tion was elevated in the rank of SAN FRANCISCO -(UP)- Dr.
loent is ready to discover more hbole. However, fish do not swim a miMo' basilica, the first in New R. Rees of the nversity of Cal -
,g n own conclusions, he goes too far in winter su if the fisher. ngland by the authority of Pope fornia's medical school has bad
Pan ,osn't have quick results at Pius XHI. news for bald-headed men. He said
.le first hole should start chop- 95 per cent of all baldness I
ional interv lews are ping another one at a different The four major basilicas of the ereditary and caniotbe cured.
ged. and the student is giv- ication Roman Catholic Church are in d be cured.
cupatinal briefs outlining Lagler also reminded winter an Rome.. Dr. Rees said most of those per-
major types of jobs for clers that the feeding habits ofi Archbishop Richard J. Cushing Ians who get their hair back aft.
Sithe briefs include an out- fish may vary according to the, _Boston presided over the sol- er ustag hair restorers would have
Of What the job demands, up- soeciflei lake thb month and the emn ceremoov of elevation while gotten it back anyway because
vties in the field, salary hour of the day. He suggested fish. Auxiliary Bishop Jeremiah Mini they have a rare type of baldness
prospects for future de- ing at varying times to determine agave the sermon. that is not permanent.
m nt and related occupa- the most successful catching The rItes hindod the display of
."ours. Lbe two officil Insignia of the new; However, Dr. Reea said, a man
basilica outside the sanctuary. v ho notices his hair thinning can
final result, said Elton, is Redemptorist Fathers from New I slow the process by taking good
the student is a lot happier rolce nHold England and other eastern states'care of him scalp. -
te career e settle on than P. archedd Ia a special procession
decided, without a Valuables W while witk nd superiors of
tha wanted to do a e '-atbolle.t a nd colleges
t after graduation and l"tr*pr Has Snre ew En ..e olee
he pening be could get. -_...N "__--_-__"- in- New__II
COEBURN Va. (UP) A.
strangerr walked into t: station I
_. here and told Police Judge J. E. .
I .a n ml P.anok he wanted to leave some; m n l
iW L L4UOr fltie ,isluables while he went out to: r nr a L .. i


wa locked them up. |l.siatld y %ea
Twemty-four houh later the man iliaiM|edi Z
q name back, asked if there was a5t CIA. _- \
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Blrea No 517


-A wide-open spl in chancr-
lor Konrad Adenaer's coalition
threatened a hairs-breadth mar-
gin today for ratification of the
otly disputed Franco-German
Saar agreement.
Despite hectice ast min te ef-
forts the chancellor failed to
close the rift as the Bundestax
lower house) pushed towards a
\aowdown vote. tio-
Two parties In has coalitio--
the moderate rihtist Free Dem-
crats (FDP) th 47 Bundeta
votes and the Refugee party
iBHER with 27 votes-held out
in open revolt.
The chancellor still could
coint on most of his own Chris-
tian Democrata (CDY) and the
tiy Rightist German Party
(DP).
But with his other coalition
allies siding openly with the op-
positon Socialists, the fate of
te Saar pact dangled bl b he
slimmest of threads.
Defeat would mean refusal by
France to ratify the treaties that
will rearm West Wrmany and
Sive her back her Indep dence.
And that. in turn, wuld meat
the collapse of the whole ut
r alliance .a a new all-ut
crisis for the free west.

Middle Noane
Does Not Solve
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Ameriea m i. andliS as
an official of th gove ment, .
I can voweh .for t*h fact that I tl
the library program today Is
*no of the eIt tAt we have.I 'l -
It Is doln a d hope'Lt It IN
expanded i fte stgre, rather
than eotruced.t ...
He said It would be a very dull
world "if all of s here were the
same." "UYING
Our friends in Panama have BY BUYING
history whih.%? Ing. .They
a gea e get GIRL SiOUT COOKIi.
"We can learn from them as *
we think perhaps they may be
able to learn from.us and if here
In the Info mtulon Service we
can learn mutual respect of our
differences for our cultures, for
our histories and our tradition c o u Nw
on that type of mutual respect S N w
we build the strong functions for -A o --
the bohd of friendship which
Casler referred, to in his re- kes" 1 Girl Scout cookies, a box. profits from the sale wol
marks." .doly only by the Canal Zone Girl be used to supplement the o
A tight schedule n yesterday Scouts, will go on sale in thelating expenses of the. .;CM
in David anti Boquee in the Zone Monday and continue Zone Girl Scout Council.
Chiqul Province was high- Ithrough Girl 8cout Week, .
lighted by a dusty ride along '(March 6-12). This maaks the This Is a ,itrst for the OSl
stretch of. thnewy ve -Aiomeer ica firstyear that such a sale will Scouts here," said Mrs. Poen
stretch of. take place here, although it is Gorman, -finance chairman f.
Highwayhe-E que. an annual affair in States' Girl announcing .the sale, .ibut I'm
On his arrival at the-vENrique cout Councils. sure the community will back us
Malek Abiport at David, Nixon oIup. We're helping our Scouts to
was met by a large delegation of fi ookes, packed in "boxes gaily be self-supportingl"
provlcial and municipal offi- decorated with the Girl Scout In- Advance orders for cookies ase
ico Bagel of Chiriqu province. ser-ila, will be sold for 50 cents being taken.
(Mrs. Nixon had chosen to rest
up at Hotel El Panama, arid did ,
not take the David trip.) Dorothy Parkeruses5thAmendment
Nixon told the Governor he
was very happy to be in the
heart of Panama, particularly' -_i
the-area known as the "Texas of NEW YORK, Feb. 28 -(UP)- she said, was to "raise money."
Panama." Humorist Dorothy Parker made Previous witnesses have test.
A motorcar caravan made a use of the Fifth Amendment and fied the committee usetd fh e
quick trip of -the city, stopping refused today to tell a New York names of many prominent clt.
first at a Red Cross nursery and slate legislative committee zens in its appeals for funds. Miss
later at the Orphanage of the whether she ever had been a Parker said she did not knew the
Miraculops Medal. member of the Communist Par- group was controlled by the Com-
A quick drive nast the Jose m t munist Party, and that It never
Domingo de Obadla Hospital occurred to her to ask,,
and the Felix Olivares gh Miss Parker, who wrote the She had had confideAfee n the
school made before the visitors lns "men seldom make passes executives -operating the commit-
headed for the stretch of the at girls who wear glasses," ap- tee.
highway. feared before a joint state legis- She had known, she said, that
The Vice-President inspect- lative committee investing a t n g they were helping people because
The Vice-President nspect- the alleged diversion of 3 mil- she saw letters from some of
ed the section of the highway lion dollars in charitable contri- the recipients of the committee's
where the cars stopped near butions to Communist purposes. aid and from agencies who ha4
Kilometer 15, spoke to Manuel The 61-year-old satirist was na- been In contact with some of thq
Arias, the President's brother ional chairman of the Joint Anti- persons helped. *
who is a partner n the con- Fascist Refugee Co ad mit t e Miss Parker also was asked if
struction firm doing the high- which, according to previous tesa she bad been a sponsor of the
way paving job with Comp- Utmon before the leglfsltlt com-- Civril lRights Congress, which the
troller General koberto Henr- mittee, collected IV mli'l)Al- legislative committee .has charg-
temate. Gov. Bagel and Maro lars but spent the funds q ed with divqrtint..fuad. form its
de Diego. aid Communists. The s a the defense of tl
Returning to Hotel Nac tion is listed by the U. dicted mmunist leaders.
in David, Nixon chag to ted with a ney general's office as a Com think so," she said. "I don't
delegation of cattlemen and nist front. right relL"
farmers and was welcomed Miss Parker, warg a mink Earer Miss Mildred L., Blaw
farmers action of three girls from e yJacket an! an oversized Tyrol- velt a iew 'York City detectivE,
tha delegation of the village of san-shaped hat, invoked the Fifth testied- that during a period in
the Clubs n the vill Amendment when she was asked which she worked as a police un-
Dol ten-minute stayega.the whether she Is or had been a dercover agent within the Com-
arty drove out to Ben-mn uete where Communist. munist Party the Communists re-
the Vice President wato welcomed She als said she did not have cogntzed the Civil Rights Co*
the Vice Pressed villagers who the faintest idea how the organi- bress-as the fund-raising organti
rby aily ned rosetals on himers when zaton spent the money collected nation for defense of I e a d e r s
he gdt out of the car for a short through her appeal. charged With violating the Smith
hikehuh the streets of Her sole funcon in the group, Act.
quetl n
A native orchestra accompani-
ed Nixon, who wal wearing thej
camlslla.given hint by President
Arias, through the streets play-
ing Panamanian tamaboritos. i I I I I
Girls in beautiful pollerasI
danced around him up to the C Am JA i m
Panamonte Inn where a -buffet
luncheon of typical Panamanian
dishes was served. Almost an
hour behind schedule, Nixon left AT
David at 2 p.m. I

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5-Year-Old Calls

Fire Dopadment

As Instructed
CHICAGO, Feb. 26 (UP)-
Five-yea'-did. Danny Cherullo
took televison a little too seri-
ously today.Hls mother set him
SIfront of the TV to watch the
small-fry program "Playhouse
while she did the household
chores.
Danny watched intently as
Angel CaeYy gave' the morning
lesson on what to do In an
emergency and how to calk the
Fire Department. She showed
how to dial the operator and
report a fire.
"Danny wqnt to the telephone,
dialed the operator and holler-
ed,. "Fire."


CPL. FOLIX 3. DEL CASTILO-HERlNANDEZ is presented cer-
tificate of Achievement by Maj. .Gen. Lionet C. eGar ,co m -
n .alng general, U. 8. Army Caribbean, for superior perform-
ane ofduty as peronal orderly for McGarr. Del as illo, who
left. Patnama this week for Puerto Rico and separate on from the
seroc, received the citation for service from February 1q54 until
February 1955 Am Phot


*


A cash award of $25 was pre- concerned the installation of
sented- recently to Williami Wirtz metal clips on portable power
Jr.,. shipwright n the Industrial saws and was primarily a safety
Division, for aremploye *ugges- suggestion.
tifn telatinrto safety measures The si gestion made by Miss
In the department where he is irensley Is expected to save time
S Miployed and money in th" Office of the
In the picture above, Wirtz Comptroller and Way be adopted
(left) is shown receiving his by other Departments and Bu-
ebheck from Lt. Cdr. R. C. Rice, reaus of the Company Govern-
assistant to the chief of the In- ment. This is in accordance with
dustrial Bureau as Capt. Robert the revised plan by which awards
p. Emerlek, chief of the Indus- are made for suggestions for
trla4tB u U s, looks on. tangible savings, as well as in-
*rbtah s the second employee tangible benefits. .
suggestion award to be present- Wirtz was born In Colon and
ed to an employee of the Canal was educated in the Canal Zone
organization recently. The oth- Schools. He was first employed
er was.given to Miss Bertha I. with the Locks Division in 1939.
Frensley, stenographer in the He was employed by the Me-
office of the Comptroller at Bal- chanical Division, now the In-
b6 Heights, who received a cash dustrial Bureau, as a, boatbuild-
award of $10 for a suggestion er since 1948 and has beer a
concerning the sending of mas- shipwright since 1950.
tr piles of documents aand re- Miss Frensley was born in Mia-
ports to the Washington- office mi, Florida but has spent most
of the PaaMa Canal Company. of her life on the Canal zone
The wrantation was made fn and was educated in the Canal
the offlee of tI~cWnptrefler by Zone schools. She is a graduate
Thomas H. Scott, acting ,dhief of of the San Jose, California, State
the Accounting Systems staff In College and has been.employed
th pwetl s e of fellow employes. with the Canal organization
The u o made by Wirtz Fince 1945.


Report Shows US Living Costs


Then he told his mother what
he had done, but she didn't be-
lieve him until she heard the
sirens.
Two fire trucks pulled up at
the front door. Danny flung open
the door tp greet battalion chief
Michael Tobin.
Tobin grinned ruefully when
Danny explained.
"Did we get here fast enough
for you?" Tobin asked.
"Yes, sir," Danny said.

Postal Inspectors

Vote To Pull Out

Of AF February 28
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (UP)-
The National Association of Pos-
tal Supervisors Union will pull
out of the AFL Feb. 28 and be-
come independent.
A spokesman for the 20,000-
imember union, which joined the
AFL in 1947, said the member-
ship had voted 6,516 to 5,808 to
leave the. AFL as result of dif-
ferences of opinionon legislative
policy, particularly on, postal pay
leglltion.
The NABS favors a reclassif-.
kcation of salhrlrs of supervisory
workers to give them a larger-
differential, compared with wag-
ed of rank and file postal em--
ploye. '
The AFL National Association
ot Letter Carriers and the AFL
National Federation of Post Of-
fice Clerk3 favor across t h e-
boarl or percentage, wage hikes
for all postal employes.


HO LY. New produ Publisher Feels Newspapers /{

1B G. G. VARTAN Must Cultivate Young People
NEW YORK-(UP)-An electro-
MOVISS TV. ADIO ri depth founder which shows '
Where the big fish are In i NEW BRUNSWICK, N.. Feb. subsidy and are wling to
b WEIda Johnse e atest f rhemW RU K, N, .bsi d arewill n
BJ2e latest i for the modern an- 2 (UP) Cranston Wlliams, itpsonable rate basedttW
*.. gler. .. general manager of the Ameri- facts. / .
The portable, self-powered wspaper Publihers Ass., ut in order to get e
hoptaular ont .v~~ of by AbBut in order to get, ewsstper. J
HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Behind mon in the Biblical cycle. Charles the al s oeme cn be aid today newspapers must cu nto homes as early anl?
the 8 cree n: Even Oscar's still Feldman has plans to film "A Song used from a rowboat or canoe. wd nk
blushing ovelth e AwadrdofrSolomon," hereenplayed by AbIt'sasmal othrtelectronic opet hearedtowin aid i nkyou
nomination floptocular onL K evi-|Kandel. units developed for big ships. competitive fight" with rival vestigate every phs, e 'a
ston. -]THE WITNET :The yarn is mak. I The compact depth sounder Is.elediason. ... ..... stribueo".. ..et
Whether the old boy show up ing the rounds about the well- designed for use by operators of television c kvice.
fo the March 30 awards night known rodcer ed his d. mmer resorts, tourist bureaus wer a new er rcu- Ase from te p em
also to be televised, should depend rector over to his private project Ifish and game departments, ana ,wou ar.ager, ut thems said, postal rates," he said the
on Hollywood's ability to revive tion room at home t check footage ethers wishing to chart lake andseeke young adequacy of services fro th
itself and come back with the show on a new picture. The producer and stream bottoms for likely fishing people and make them the tar- post office n w
ma ip, humor and glamor ex- his 11-year-old son joined the dire spots. ti special pro- newspapers warrant
eted ot the entertainment capital tor to view the film. An experienced operator soon "motion campaign. consideration by publishers atd
of the world. / At one point the producer yelled. !earns to identify schools of fish sch would concentrate on high circulation managers. .
Even if At's necessary to put '"Stop the picture," and 'protested on the graph, thus helping the oo uents, teenager and Williams was optnlsc adf
Marilyn Monroe and the Brothers to the director that he didn't un- fishermen who will follow him. youn married couples with ev- the future o n
Karamazov on camera to liven up derstand the meaning of a certain The equipment consists of a yir son pmtion meth lbatlo ain the faev Pon.
thing, scene. sending receiving unit which is ou at msy disposal. These people by- radio and television.
At least Oscar better read the "Why," protested the director, lowered over the side to' a depth present the future circulatiOn Ile cited a"'.t surveys tco
script next time. "I'm sure that even your 11-year of three feet a recording mech-. you newspaper, and f you do ducted in this New er
arilyn, you must have noticed, old son here understands it." anism with moving graph paper, not sell them today, you may by an advising ce n
wasn't nominated for anything, al- The lad -imnmediately explained I'nd a six volt battery good forever s, em. ... i aneffort to obtain a ya z iVk
though she probably rates a special the scene to his father whereupon eight hours. Williams made his remarks In television's nroads on.uew4
achievement awarm for still being he producer turned angrily to the An ultrasonic signal is sent an address delivered n his be- per circulation across e Ct
able to wiggle while on a sit-down director and shouted: through the water, traveling down alf before a' circulation clinic try. The 1954 report said "n
strike. "Since when are we making plc- until it strikes the bottom. An p e the Nw ersey pIr read IS theo,.a:
-- tures for children?" echo returns and is picked up by Iess Assn. at Rutgers Universi- of mass communication in i
West is meeting east in the mov. KEEFE IRAS8ELLE signed the; the gadget's microphone. y. i home which showed rno
ies-buth not on the lips! DeMarco SI stt e r s and the Slate Then the time interval is con- Williams also advised the na- when TV sets were purchased,.
A couple of new movies, "The brothers for his next Las Vegas vested automatically into a read- tion's publishers to "chance as "
House ofBamboo" and "The Gen- show and says: ing in feet or fathoms. (Raytheon, much circulation as possible in-
tie Wolfhound," feature Japanese "I'm just waiting for some critic iManufacturing Co., Waltham, to meth*ids of distribution other
leading ladies. It may or may to iay this isn't family entertain-. Mass. than the ma~ls. .
not have anything to do with Nip- mrnent." Chickens can peck their drink.-' He noted that second class
onese objections, but there are no i- ing water tailor-made now. It postal rates were raised 30 per ,
kissing scenes between Robert ('lose-Ups and Longshots: Moira ccimes a drop at a time from a centaso... April 1, 1952. and that "
Stack and Shirely Yamaguchi in S here r, who wasn't exactly Ispecial valve molded of Bakelite Postmaster General Arthur Sum- M
"The House and no smooching cheered by the 'British critics in plastic. merfield has asked Congress to
betwixt Aldo Ray and Mitsuko K- iher new film, "The Man Who Lov They get all the water they lalse the rates another 30 per
mura in "Wolfhound." Redheads," is going right ahead want and the poultryman saves ent.
with hei straight acting career. money on labor and feed costs. Summerfield's proposal has
JOHN WAYNE'S ex-wife, Chata, She tours England, Scotland and Painted green to encourage thebackine of President Elsen-
is On the very sick list at her home Ireland with the London stage co chickens to peck at the stem, the I ower, Williams said, and bills
just outside of Mexico City. pany of "I Am a Camera." . .;valve is threaded right into the designedd to put the rate rise in-
I Mel Ferrer gets a voice double water pipe. When the chicken tb effect have been introduced
Pals insist J. David Schine was in his f,rst musical, "Oh, Fleder- pecks the pressure seal is temrn- into both houses of Congress.
on a 24-hour pass from Anchor- naus," but he will do his own porarily released. The water drips Williams said the ANPA knows
age, Alaska, when he dated Piper Wanclng Wife Audrey Hepburn is only as long as the poultry pecks. that daily newspapers want no
Laurie at the Cocoanut Grove, coaching him. he valves may be used in lay-
Th date.'s a lg way to travel for ing cages as well as broiler hous-
rILdate. es. (Peck A. Drink PoultrS
Thisisollywood, Mrs. Jones: La Boca Elks Plan Valve, Hewitt .. )r 'S N G AT. UR SIRVICE
If yo lre a person t aftMs every- built flus in the outer .I of aCENTER.rM r. -
thing, a swank Beve'ly Hills shop i T structure" rather thaRuttin'g
has something your chen must out a window. The cooler into DIABLO HTS. 6:15 -4:S PEDRO IGUEL 7:00
have-a mink pot holder. old-fashionedd casing below the window, much Ronald RAGAN "SUSAN SLEPT HERE"
pi has like a section sliding into a file Steve FORREST "Re Iso The e"
Not n the Script: PRoducer Al- been planned by the Justice section s ng to Stve FORREST
l.ert J. Cohen's description of U-I's Lodge and Narcisse Temple en- Each room unit operates sepa- "PRISONER OF WAR" GAM 6A e :15
filmusical, "The Second Greatest tertainment committee to be a tely with. ts own thermostatic "THE LONE STAR"
Sex": It's a cross between 'Okla- held at the Summit Experimen- controls. The cooling functions in- Sun,. "SUSAN SLEPT HRERI u. "VALLEYI OF THR KINtiS"
boma.' and 'Lysistrata.'" tal Garden on Sunday, March 27. ae endently of the heating system. :. -_
-__.__ Main features of the plicni he Thai-- mnditioners may go in-
Censored: U; S. warblers are will be games and sports, In- to homes, apartment houses, mo- G AT UN Bill WLAMS 0 Joan PETpT S
singing two lines in the lyrics of eluding three-legged races, nee- tels, stores an office buildings, 7 : "RACING BLOOD"-Color
Ray Evans and Jay Lvingstons de races,.' egg-Sn-the-spoon provision is made at time of Sunday "THE DEMPERADO"
'Tonight My Love" this way: sprints, fat men's handicap, construction. (Chrysler Corp., _ ,,
"Too Long, too long, we've been "rings," rounders and others., ayton, 0.)
du The committee. headed hv Datn 0 MARGADRITA l*A T3n s imn'r il l.l *.8


Close to surrenuier.
It can't be wrong when our feelings
are so tender.
But in England, the cholly old
censors changed the lines to read:
"Too long, toe long, we have only
been pretending.
This is so wrong when our kisses
could be blending."
Paramount is scheduling Bing
Crosby's dance number in "Any-
thing Goes" for the tail end of pro-
duction. No strenuous capers for a
while, say hit medics. . Now the
movies are getting around to Solo-
rp rn

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of Kansas City, Mo. IHe took
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George Larrier, has practically
completed all plans fbr the out-
Ing. A sumptious menu including_
barbecued beef, roast pork, po- NOW PLAYING
tato and plantain chips, vegeta- swW PLAYIN
bles, rolls, beer, soft drinks, hot
dogs and other dishes will be of- AT THE
Tickets are being circulated CECILIA THEATRE
among the various members of
the Isthmian Elks Lodges. 0.60 0.30
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SPECTACLE
AS BI AS
ALL AMERIA! r


,mi ht foretell a recession.
Reflect ih Level Economy said January food prices
c c i l" Lwere down 2 cents on the' dollar
compared to a year ago, despite
-" increases in prices of fresh veg-
MAUREIN COTHUN,. they were offset by declines in tables poultry and most 6t
t Ptres Correspendint prices of clothing and house fbeef. She noted that coffee|
.rnish bb.a.' prices have dropped considerably
WASHINGTO. Feb. 2 (TP)- Acting commissioner Ar0nesiso far in February while e
The government reported today Joy Wikens said house furnhr 'rose somewhat.
tha tilvn osts held steady In ing prices also dropped in Jan-
anuarT, efleting a sustained uary because of linen and furnl- i a -Nm a
high-level economy" bolstered by ture sale. She said competition
'heavy demand for homes and from "discount houses" also fe- - TODAY
ounhdMS applnandee. ed some retailers to cut prices
The Bureau of Labor Statis- on uch tem as refriratprs T T T
ties' coBaumer price index stoodd and taste ,m -
S114.3 i-cnt of average 1947- A LAJ.
4p re In mid-January, the -The Agricilture Departmnt / A
pint reached at mid-December. taldng a longer view, said in a 060 .. [
This was eight-tenths of one per karate report that heavy de-
eawt below January 1964 and one mand for homes an duch item A LOV
p* ceat below the October 195 ga TV,, air condiMoners and
irsord. home n IB keeping ts .
The Index thus hadI e oi jso halthy. It id dInrea-
an the o f a miion sto ed on u yi has otHt
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Three Of Stars Vow To inles Tennis sdo Exhib on Scheduled Powel Raly
Tourney starts Arena To Win 11-5 Over cH.S
Stick It Out At Home Today In Panama For MondAy tColon ra o r
A singles tennis tournament / .- iTrB STANDINGS scored 6 rums on three kit.. threg
will be inaugurated at the Olym- rBobbyn Roado, welterweight *Atlaiczil e... L ous dand 11 stptaaeath
NEW YORK, Feb. 26 (UP-With the official Swimming Pool court at 3:80 champion of Pues'o Rio, i T wl t W 0. Pbet Powella Ita t w
p.m. today. of W- MW, I
opening of spring training only three days away, Many well known tennis play- ielan e bi._th~ o NwU 3 1.000 hour, aiding by Areold Manalng,
the Washington Senators today were without the era from Panamae Colon and. ang h it1on r Mo7day 0 o0 C.H8 tp,
probably the Interior, will take pnm. t theoMonda y Catanva 00 .Ctou000 o r ar
signed contracts of five front-line players, three part and the first match will ee A .000 HthperWon AeLo h 0ad tVr 4O
of whom have vowed to stick it ut at home. Carlos Levy oppose-SaVerlo Mel ~1 ied tod a. i h of the Iba *
fl. Ramon Martinez and Ernesto TTBURSDI .
The exhibin Is a Ior alitoweRsD11; .*. hits
Pitcher Bob Porterfield, out- $16,500 to around $19,000, while Piate will play the second gameY' M required of cr owe s. .
fielders R oy Sievers and Jim out against cuts. at 4:30. fore their first a To mo row s G am es (1 : 30 p-m ) p OW mj J .
Busby, first baseman Mickey Minnie Mifioso. the Chicago The schedule for Sunday Is as R tado meet Joltin' M Casa orvays Ga Cs. (2)
Vernon and third baseman Eddie White Sox' gamboling outfielder, follows: of New Orlean ln a ta -NeTthownuCrA RI s C118,s (b 2 )
Yost have expressed dissatisfac- who gives general manager Benito Charris vs. Eloy San- (or less) at the Arena March 'nd ". eax
tion at offers made them thus Frank Lane conniptions before chez- 9 a.m. HT b "t 1O1 cI
far, but Porterfield. who Is vaca- signing each spring, is holding George Maduro vs. C. Taft -he-- DyTREVORSyMONS Hall, lb ts'i ? 0
tioning near Orlando Fla the out for a $20,000 rasle but lane 10 a.m. s fl h er 11 B to at' w l s-iN, f t h D ek eyS b i O 0.
Senators' spring training site. is says he's sure "Minnie will settle Edward Henrlquez vs. F. Kerslbdf Toeruism t euahT a & The' Powellsht av fiesdaht haf t ra e b 10.o 0
re p o rte d n e a r a g re e m e n t. $ 5 .0 0 0 .3m w i tra ve l t o ate t~ t L Md e at h al t r ae G ib non, p 4 1 .. I 0
Porterfield# who slip ed to a However, Lane was non-corn- Creslyn Guardia vs. EuclIdes waire he waaA t first h al a',b 4 1 1 0
13-15 won-lost record last yea. mital when asked how much Barrera 4:30 p.m. ar etheWiJowuom onem oti the, l-0 I
after a fine 22-10 record in 1953, Minnie is making and how much All game-:will be played on the mstay the tsAa loa ieg, 1 4A ai a
is reported seeking the same he'd earn if the Sox a ranted him same court and they will consist Rosado's training program or rgh and tumble battle e lBel l,, rft 0 0
$20,000 he earned n 1954, white a $15000 increase. The 31-year- of three sets, with winners being next week Wlh be.announced n s .d half and the 1955 -c
the Nats have tried to "cut him old Cuban ledthe b In battig ed on a two out of three eun paper M ay. night P"oells sent Errors: Hooper, e11 ,l .
a little." last year with a .320 mark. He basis.Po etTofsentehUmopa-eooper, shldayd ,.
Busby, the club's leading hit- also bit 19 homers and hard had Prbasisference will be ivn to Meanwhile, Brown continues Noel bon to the mound a-
ter in 1954 with a .297 mark, 116 runs batted in. players from the Atlantic side to impress luring his workouts it the High School nine, and s. C.L..
Yost, and Vernon have been The Philadelphia Phille and the interior. The tournament at the Arena with Herbert Doug- wererewarded with a -bit
adamant in their refusal to ported shortstop Ted Kazansk and the i sponsored by the Nationamentl las i Jotn tor fheo e on.T e ee, 0 2 1
noipromise and have vowed to who batted an anemic 139 last Tennis Commission and is the Joe knows that he will be meet- ntory of the season.The Bleakley, 0 1 S
si hins ou a home Bus- year first baseman Earl Torge- first offered by that body this n his toughest opponent thus we chucker struck out 13 rice, lb 4 0 0
by is seeking an Increase from son and pitcher Thorton Kipper year. far in local rings and ns to be atrs andwalke4 0 10 0
Vernon and Yost are holding among their latest signees. far In local rings ndrm. to bng went the distance for Lung, p 4 0 0 2
Del Rice, handicapped by aI ohsbafrmu we d itanef 1 1 1O
came the St. Louis Cardinas El Panama Hohe The Puerto Rcan rgman, h re o i defeat of Wa ,
lastmanuropartoflastyearmbe-Thna auertoRicanringmanthrdedfea aln., f
N gro oxer akes a o t o te Open T ab undoubtedly a good boxer, s al- 'The Cristobal High School Gibn, T. 1 0 0
No Bo r T eakinga "sight" cut, while so a hard punter as is tested team staged a close battle for Palumbo, rf 0 0 0
cAndyCarey, who held but for up, by his 22 kayo victories Included the first five Innings at the end Coffey, rf 1 0 0 0
an Sreasecame to term with .i n his 45 triumphs. Rosado has a of which Powella held a lm 4 ,
The nClevelandm Itdians who've a for him, the las five in Ban frame that insured vietpry for Errors: McGaughey, Lung, Ba-
Texas (Colr Une had trouble signing their play- (NEA Telephoto) Juan, Puerto Rio~, the first half winners as they san.
ers, lassoed snare outfielder Dale Plano are being made to
DALLAS, Feb. 26 (UP) Mitchell ana utility infielder start a table tennis tourna- SANTEE CONGRATULATED New York's Governor Averell th ast fi the Vietis among
Heavyweight Sporty Harvey Dente, leaving 0 players me at Hotel El Panama Harriman congratulates Wes Santee (right) after the Kan.san known Charolito Es pirtuane
lost the decision but won a bis;still on the outside. Among those March 19.
fight Thursday night in Dallas. utninehe were outfielders Larry Entries will be accepted 'up captured the U.S. indoor mile title with a time of 4:07.9 in the holds a victory over Kid Gavl-
Light heavyweight Buddy Tur- D tbv. Wal1y Westle',' and Dave to March 12 at El Panama and Ilan.
man, floored Harvey 3 times on Philles pitcher Earl Wynn and the office of Oxford Shirts at National AAU Champlonship in New York. Looking on is The semifinalists are already
the way to a unanimous deci- second bareman Bobby Avila. Estudiante and Juan B. gosa ifit and rarin' t go according to
Sion. But Harvev won his bat- Rookies Gene Stevbens and Streets, and a fee of $1 will .be Mrs. Harriman. reports. Sylvester aWlace, win-
tie against racial segregation Frank Mnisone signed their con- charged.ner of his last three r arts by
and became the first Negro to trts with the Boston Red ox, The best players from Pan- tshe pid-pch
leall enter a Texasringa- while the Milwaukee Braves re-ama andthetCanal Zneare addler oracloOttis. The boys:are lat.-
Some fans the largest secured on rt1tiy outfielder trophy which will be put on pound limit. ht rou--
Dallas fight crowd in more George Metkovich. display soon, will be awarded A1 you on't think television ,
than 10 years watched the Metkovich, a 10-year major the winner. r IfO W Eric Armstrong tackles Bat- can control a sport, look at the
bout as police kept alert for league veteran, thus was granted Other prizes will be given to t tl5 C onR Siki at 128 in one prelim- pro basketball games be ing
signs of trouble. The only hne'- h's unconditional release and outstanding players. inary while Sam Bruce and beamed nation-wide by NBC. .
d"t wa a between-rounds has expressed a desire to play in -- Daniel Ward will swap punches whose announcers determine the
r-- 1- two white men. the Pacific Coast League. at 138 1 nthe other four-round- length of times-out. . and signal
.- e n P NEW YORK, Feb. 26 (UP) challenger; but he had the right er. General admission ifl $1.50 to the referee when the ball's to
Featherweight champion Sandy side of Red Top's face so swollen (one dollar and fifty cents), be put ip play again, to #blia
.... Saddler, easy conqueror of chal- that he looked like a man with __ _with the commercials
lender Teddy (Red Top) Davis, the mumps. The champion bled The word we hear a ls
sougiit a crack at the lightweight from his lower lip after the by Kline, the Washingtorn gdabre
crovn today. eighth round.b whom hioly Dt eea ,lhgiarq to.
Agreeing tlhat 'Saddler would Davis claimed he injured his plawas is that, he.
be ad excellent lightweight con- right hand.In the third round, o wi e r r t a l ,
tender, managing director Harry and he was scheduled to have ball and might net be, able .
Markson of the International it X-rayed today. He threw few Maike y the lng hr o ...
Boxing Club said, "We would rights during the bout. The Opening of spr .. a'i
like to have Sandy challenge challenger tired in the later Opmeans the 33rda g trek southwain
Jimmy Carter for the lightweight going and concentrated on re- for the Clown Prince of Baueball
title in May." treating and slipping punches Al Schacht . who whispered
Skinny Saddler lacked his to avoid Sandy's heavy guns. to uS the words of his foprthcoma-
old-time accuracy last night Sandy, who received 40 per tctheob o fhiothe e
as he made his first defense of cent of the net receipts from the ... and mein host, who operates
the 126-pound crown in more gross gate of $21,734, and $25,000 a swank eatery just around the
than three years; but he won for radio and television, wound corer from the Waldorf, couldn't
in such lop-sided fashion over up with a urse of about $17,000. even extricate the ice cubes from
top contender Davis that he Davis, getting 20 per cent, earned the t r a y of his refrigerator...
stands out like a giant in the about $8,500. Al, a fine figure of a man at 82,
feather class. Sandy, usually a ring-ruffian, will work out as per custom with L Schaght
His long left jabs and bursts observed the rules much better the Yanks at St Pete . to get
of left uppercuts At closb quar- last night than usually. He wasI lu shape for his annual summer were home a-
ters won the unanimous 15- warned but five times for various show junket of 30 dates .. nn wtho ut arfrte
round decision before a disap infractions by referee Kessler, concession ut time (and a bulgin orE
pointing crowd of 5,272 i' Madi- who wasn't on the floor once. wallet) from the-year. he play back..
son Square Garden like a 100-1 Davis will continue boxing. He 121 shows In 121 different cities Baetween le'a'me, sheetre
Choice instead of a mere 9-5 fa- said he would like a return bout IIn 1s5 days ... 1team, used to sed at comtraeg
vorite. with Saddler. "With a good right to prospective ay,
On a rounds basis, the three hand, I could chase him out of Je Nuxahall, prospective a c but now with the Caad dn herder
referee Harry Kessler, Bt challenger's manager, oungest Pitherto throw a ma. r
11-3-1;r lea bal judge Bert Grant, 9-6, Morris (Mush) Salow. declared, r league ball back ina 1944 whena
S and judge Harold Barnes, 12-3. "Saddler simply out-gunned h .~ Was 15 . and then became
The Unitpd Press agreed with He'll out-gun any featherweiht anAcomapete ur again so hocoul
"I B"in the world. of course Red Top
E1longated Saddler. scaling 1 4- would have done better with a Ic. *
S pounds to Red Top's 126, was gpod, hand, but he was simply
SunLble to t floorthe 31-year-Id out-gunned." al l Rage of the est coast racing
(4.HOPE --DCr. Ph Allen, Kansas basketball coach, GENTLEMAN'S SPORT g' . '.. / apprenitte jockey who was
Ioks p at WIt "The Stilt" Chamberlam, 7-1 Philadellhia Lief Odmark just doesn't like to ADVANCES Paul Dietzel thrown by the first thoroughbred
vbroo High cage star, and wgaders how he'd look mn a Jay- change for dinner, so the Sun West Point line coach, assumed ne ever tried to ride (a filly, yet)
hawk uniforfl. (NEA) Valley ski instructor sails command of Louisiana State . and became a jockey purely CONEOS, ALL STA M T
S through his paces in a full dress University's grid fortunes, sue- by accident when h had to TONIGHT
-.. ....--. . -.. outfit. (NEA) ceeding Gaynell Tinsley. (NEA) meet a friend at Hollywood Park,
______......_ his first time inside a pari-mu- The long affaited All ttar-Go,
the size of the jockeys and mu-l will take place totati .
e.. .. ., "Why, they're ae bigger than Balba Stadium atl wli-the
E llisI O n ly.___..._"._ aml" . Hence, a new ca- All Stars the logical*, chaIi
reer. . take the honors.
,allodd, the oldest celiege
4 ., "b~asketball .sophomore .ae. There is no doubt he ado ,s
"By DR. PROG ALLEN whb eec. had a tryout with thebest into the oand f o the All
Kaas O profesional Lston Ceiles right StarW' manager and it is ,ae4-
"-" Kansas 0** out of hig . ,ed taht they'll 'com out on
QUESTION. Is- it trpe that te The expense paid-for wanderingtop, but as previously stated:
'professional rulings call foyr a shot, of Philly Phenom Wilt the 8tilt 'Never sell the Cone os short.
tinder the 24.second rule, to hit hamberlain recently took hi mlThis team hu the a of tak-
the hoop in order for the clock to /,awreeu. Kians., along with lng over the though o nM
to be turned back?- Marshal Isa coach (aild paid for, natch) they are primed forbear in th's
Reed. apd the coach ha, already game.
zeceved two college job offers I
Answer: No, the reqlisites are he can swing Wltie to acec.a- I The choice of ahaelder to

elapsed .ad it must hit the Its Dick Ricketts Of Dusne as a 'of usin hsil at first base n tie
.er legl urface of te boekhgad pitcher or boseman. bu event they mitn to use Je
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By. JIMMY BRaELIN to do it You climb into a car-
abt do your five or six assistants
MOdRGANT'OWN. W. Va. -and begin to comb the country.
(NEA' 1This was at halftime of side.
a West Vironia basketball game At West Virinia, this means
and Art Ilwii, the Mountaineers' driving up back.-country r o ad s,.
football coach, tot up from hIas lording a creek or two and thenI
press table sei t to shake hands doing ae much checking as y o u
with a husky kid, who was stand- can on promcts. Lewis stops at
in with his father. high schools Islt. Th er e, he
,anq Cortum. -one of Le wI s' checks a, ory's marks and IQ..
aSsistanter introduced the coac, He also diseasses the cape with
and Lewis; with a smile, spoke the high school coach. W h en
tt the boy: "Well, you have a Lewis finally meets a player, the.
scholarship nere. For four years, case usually Is closed.
no matter what happens, as long I
as Fu pass your grades. Y o u "I'm just a travoelngsesa an
don get anything else except a around this s.me, of year," Lewis
fine education says. "I tavbl. every place in the,
- "Oh. I think he'll be down herB tate. The alumni are the pe6plie
with 'us." Corm said and the who. give us the first tip on a
kid smiled, a little sel-conscious- a boy and sometimes that causes I
ly. trouble. When they write a letter
-about some boy, they usually add
AS THE BOY, A SIX-FOOT 20 pounds and a couple of inches
package of nick, shoulders a n d to his size and a full grade on I
hands, walked away, a reporter hil high school market. We have
kidded Lew s. "You made u rep what we call 'alumni weights' WINNERS OF SMOOT'-PAREDES TOURNEY- Standing (left to right) are the prize winners
the doors were locked so h dnd 'actual weights' because of in the 8moot-Paredes Invitational Golf Tournament recently completed at the inbebda Golf
the doors waere locked so ky ,taid s. Course: Swartz. Epperson, Moran, OraHam, Miller, Taylor, Maiorano, Goodman, Kerr, Hunsick- s ING .
couldn't walk out of here, didn't this. er, mith,'Stovall Cherry and Euper.
This was on a basketball court EACH SPRING, LEW'IS---a nd Doe Blanchard
at Morgantown, but it could have hundreds of other coaches--roundl i ; V e n a Nc -
been in a athletic office at Ore- tip boys with these methods. In UT OF DOORS with April of 1943 was a private
gon State or at a high s c h o 1 ome places, t is called "vicious vf an the Army at Clovis. N. M. i
ampusat San Antonio, Texas. recruiting"or a few phrases aoo had beenin uniformfor year
Throughout the football world long that line. nd at this age was in the moor
these spring days coaches p c k Lewis violently disagrees. "We rn n to do someat thing to betterwas the mooyself
the senoolboys who, three al1d have the scholarship to give, so 50 o And rur to do something to I began to t hiner myself
four years.from now, -viii be inwhy not give 'em to the best e o attending the United Statei
their starting lineups. football players you can find?" hel i o r n Military Aatemy.Ui
it seemed to be the first time kid a free college education? PREVENTING DOG Dick Goodman turned ack As things have gone since, i
Lewis had met the boy. You We have 45 boys or so on our DISEASEie-3 Dr. Herb Mitten by shooting a was the mcve which made me.
wondered how he could hand out train. Without football I don't (Last of three articles on pr e- two under par 70 to wi the Since my high school days in
ne of his Lchqklaships on such think due of theya could get to ventive measures you can take a- t. moot and Paredes champion- South Carolina, I had intended
an off-has asla. college. Come to think of it with- .gaint the major diseases of the rVEThIN giA, shi, play football in college, so with
Actually, ,itohs-and in some dut football I never would have dog.) fIo was a beautiful day arnd the the H e Ip of Congressman Ed
ca oes y i checking re mtie gone, either, I'd be hauling coal B yJOE STETSON amboa Course was in excellentt Smith of Lynchburg, S.C., I re.
n yori casual mein of this in a miine someplace. By JOE STETSON condition. ceived an appointment to West
sort comes bout. Undeth pres-Ia- "And this moeny businIUess.Tin'tIIr Dick had even par on t ePoint and played my football
earnt coeslbe.. U t c a yeasno ? o ny pae.i IMMUNIZATION against dis. front nine and when he turned there.
ent NCA.A rules, a coach Io not it silly ou sa t yo a ,borrow tmper and infectious hepatitis in a back nine score of 34. two
football one a t sor him..five bucks off a foo.ball player. "eaves a dog vulnerable only to underpar, the chamloisheip. We had fine teams at Army,
foot b A GUY SUCH AS You'll find out how much truth lrptOspirosls and the less frequentas.andI received a lot of publicity
Jr Y ewite's Ith frtfgat Tey. ArYoilpan .o b m, but deadly rabies of the more im. In the first flight, 7 Euper while playing on them. They ave
Art Lewis, there's only one way there s t at ey. ortant dog diseases was up on ack m at the me a tag of Mr. Inside" an
Leptospiross c a n be treated turn. but when Jac': started stuck
witlh a reasonable degree of suc- sinking birdie putts, 'he lumped Today I'm an Air Force captain
cess with antibiotics or, serum or ahead and ~uii tne match and coach the Army plebe team.
re both if recognized early enough. Stov'.ll defeated Gral m to I wonder whare I'd be if I didn't
". Recognition. however, is likelytbecome winner in the second make up my mind that day in
Sto be too late-to prevent deatl flight. In the third flight 'Ia- New Mexico.
a or damage, as the leptospira are lor beat Hdinsicker. In the fourth
;e -,, ,e bS UM alreadyy successfully at work when flight, Swartz defeated 'i, -ler. -
,Athe easily recognized jaundice be. Moran beat Herron in the STEPPING IT UP
-es obvious. For this reason, fifth flight. Judson defeated Ep- Milwaukee Wisc. (NEA)
t bes t to make ue of the re person the sixth flight. In the Mlarquette's basketball tea only
'" BURG. ---' oMhda dM only superambitt- cently developed leptospirosis seventh flight Cherry was the had one gameh'lte oly
o- hasUramp from Vao. e rAwinner over Maloramo. core me
oa B It t t A ot going to be s4tis1 t 1 hi, vaccine Is te killed vA- mofliths to a yer. In na er- Jack Kerr. of Smoot nd Pa- re seaey it
nd' tb out of Arona and i As n ese mo e c of s -vaedes, presented beautiful silver re thsi e As I
boasts the buses o getting teams ready for thekill acces e Yes- i r s res s. A chick em pr es to each of the winners ree times ear.
siotfleo t D. ntablakld is not lifetime. .Yearly ryo adapted vaccine, which pr(- and runnersup.
han U Aha s a good chance to achieve this complete hold re,~~@aution seems indicated at "ides lifetime immunitrand can n
Sndicated by the fact that all time.cause no reaction,hasestablished ton laws. Others may have upon
onth.reo f .tzaebacl n ubsthae oated theifam stem ab vaccination h a s long its integrity. tie occasion of an outbreak. It
three of tnh Arizon a.-.tis a e. c h l been a much debated subject. The Most of use are prone to scoff is "really so Easy and so inexpen.
a mconcentratterion .hoo i n tis f ate.y of happenstance. It is the great fear associated with even at the idea of rabies and cohtisider sve that d rabies shot is logical
a matter ef-climate, of acceaiblilty, of happenstance. it is the the mere roetion of the disease it just a subject to read about in along with the other ic
result of a oi~timate, of acc rbildty, of hs campaign led by Al Lang is largely responsible for our the newspapers. We do that un- medicine that should be practiced.
onresult of a lonrpd at timerrdous campaign and known everywhere in baseball mixed reaeQons as to what steps ti there is an outbreak in the Veterinary medicine has taken'
aes F- satimem sadort ,hthecoudrtnofneverbne r ea s e, wewe should take to protect our neighborhood; then we scamper. great strides in making lifetime A
as F siIda's ambassador so l the court of Abner Doubleday. he do sand oarselves against it. about frantically and wonder how a'stemper a td rabies and yearly
Lang started his rough climb to achieve t i w hen is fear Is justified, because to to cope with it. infectious Iatitis and leto.
he persuaded the Browns to train here. The Athletics had been. contract rabies is to die, but we Sometimes vaccination for a- spinfectiousis protection possib and le. Ipt.Is
to Jacksonville, the Dodgers had based at St. Augustine. Bute should be logical, practical, and bies become necessary in order up to the owner to get to his vet
uptil Lan ut the Browns later the Phlliles, and eventually the PsiLtive in considering the prob- .o ship a dog into certain states Iand get squared away on a pro-i
av s sandCad ininto St. Petersburg, Florida had le V.and get squared away on a pro
-asCfavesorneaandaarn i oSt etrbrFloria, opropr protection. or countries either for sale of for section program. Systematic pre- I
not been able to fight off competition from Texs, California, For years we have had a killed trials or hunting.ventive measures are the only
Georgia and other states offering March sunshine, and hotels %Irus vaccine available. It affords Some communities presently isure way of reducing the incl.
wiUlng to take a chance on ball clubs. protection for a period of eight have compulsory rabies vaccina. lence of epidemics.
Before Florida entered the spring training picture, the stand-p
ard type of team hostel in Dixie was the ancient Arlington in
Marlin Springs, Tex., for many years the home of the Giants. Its
aLcommodations were elementary. Its eavirQnment was pastoral.
But its menu consisted largely of Kansas City steaks, which made
the hired men forget the scarcity of other creature comforts, and
effete sources of after dark entertainment.
CLUBS NOT KEEN ON MORE COMPETITION
Now there is competition for the patronage of the 13 clubs
basing in Florida. No hotel down here 1is wary of placing its non-
baseball guests in social contact with our diamond heroes.
The tip-off on the current situation was furnished today,
when a kindly old lady at the Soreno said, "I have read that Allie
Reynolds has retired. How unfortunate for baseball."
The 13 big league clubs which train in Florida are not es-
peeially n for the Glants, Indians and Cubs to join them.
There aren't enough exhibition dates to go around, and three
more clubs in this state might create a glut of baseball attrac- 0I
Tle Inability of the 13 to arrange anything even faintly re-
sembling a round-robin was heightened by the new training
regulations, which forbid assembly before March 1, and competi-
tiun prior to thelOth.
When the Muarch 10 deadline was adopted last December,
each of the clubs based in Florida had to chop four contests off .
its already completed schedule.
Where I. find locations for three more clubs in Florida would
:apear t o be a problfeu taking the igenuity of even a Lang,.
Frt .Lauderdale ii one of the brightest of the up and coming
towns, but It fdled to held the Braves for more than one year,
and Is reported to be Done toe eager about basebalL.
However, Florida is quite certain that it could find suitable .*
bases for the Giants, Indiana and Cubs. Miami Beach would like
to get the New York club back. But com petig with the horses,
races, al alal, night clubs, and s__le._ self-sufficient hotels
that area is .rough business. The Dodgers offer plenty of
yfar the best of the Florida camps is St. Petersburg, the
most baseball Conscious ano in the state through March, alelit
luke warm-In n ppot of its own representative team. It is now
reduced to memberblp in e class D Florida State League.
,A visit to Sarasota yesterday brought back comic memories .
of the Gilants' Invasion of that then sleepy locale back in 1924.
Now it is a hustling, thrl town, waiting eagerly for the Red ... ,,-.,
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SPITTSBURGH Clifford Fitz.
gerald is a guy who believes in
getting things done ina hurry. As
a 24-year-old Air Force lieutenant
who files jet planes, anything mn-
der 500 mlle n an hour Is horse-
Sand-buggy.
So it didn t come as much of a
surprise when Fitzgerlad, with
exactly one houa of tussling with
a fish, came out the winner of
the 1954 Ruds Schaefer Fishing
Contest.
The contest, an annual thing
which runs from Jan. 1 to Dec.
3) attracted 10,000 entries I a s t
year. Some ts 'em fished for any.
thing up to a month in the con-
test grounds at Florida.
Fitzgerald. who is stationed at
Coraopolis Air Base outside of
Pittsburgh, decided to enter the "
.iffair. He flew to Florida and the
-ame day was in a boat off Isla-
inorda.
SAn hour after his first c a s t,
Fitigerald had? a strike. Some 60
minutes later he hauled in a 100-
pound tarpon, using fly gear and
non-metallic leader. It was the
first tarpon,of that weight ever
landed with this type of tackle.
Pete Fitzpatrick of the contest
e board cringed a bit when an-
Inouncing the award.
"We get people from all over
i the world entering." he sa ysa.
SSome of them spend weeks try.
king to % I n. There's no big prize
s!tr. anything attached but you
know fishermen. They just want
Io have the biggest fish.
t "Wetb, when we dug through FISIING FIRST..,Lt. Clford
tIthe pile of results and finally L. Fitzgerald poses with 100-
came out with Fitzgerald the pound tarpon, first ever landed
inwinner, we held our breath. The n orthodox manner on flyear
i'uy did it in an hour and it would ano nnn.metallic leader. (NEAI
kill, we thought, any of the real
standbysy s wh' spend a lot of tiem
t at it.
l "Like the guy we had in this
'contest once who caught onto a
big tarpon and put in seven hours Encant. Today 35, .20
wrestling with it. He'd been en- Bing Crosby Danny Kaye in
e tering the contest for years and
'this was it, he thought. Then the "WHITE CHRISTMAS"
monofilamentt leader parted and In VistaVision
the whole shebang got away. He
hsd to go to bed." Bob Hope Joan Fontaine
Over 200 entrants had tried the -in-.
,ame waters until Fitzgerald, a "CASANOVA'S BIG
Native of Greenwich, Conn., h it
the jackpot with his 15-pound test NIGHT"
inonofilament leader. In Technicolorl
RECORD-BUSTER
Fort Worth (NEA)-Dick O' IDEAL Today .-.20, .10
Neal has broken every Texas Dan Duryea In
Christian University scoring rec- "WORD BANSOM" .
erd, this seas. aDd Horned Frog
fans expect the 1-year-old sopho- D7~flIn
more to become te Southwest's, "'OH j :"
greatest scorer.in future seasons.


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A-BOMB BLAST GETS TOP BILLING The bright lights of Las Vegas, Nev., lit 24 hours a day.
are shown in the foreground as the pre-down sky (right) is lit up as an A-Bomb is exploded
75 miles away.

New French Premier'

Puls Cabinet

On 7-Day Week
PARIS, Feb. 26 (UPI French
Premier Edgar Faure put his
cabinet- on an emergency seven-
day week today with ratification
of German rearmament posing
the first headache or his young
regime.
Faure took a leaf out of out-
going premier Pierre Mendes-
France's book. He tried his min-
isters at their first meeting yes-
terday to forego weekends in the
country and stay on the scene in
Paris for a two-month "action"
period.
The ministers agreed to Faure's
request.


DAWN COMES UP LIKE THUNDER An atomic blast detonat-
ed at Yucca Flats,Nev. appears as a brilliant flash from Angel's
eak, 55 mile away from ground. zero. Touched off in the pre-
dawn darkness of the desert, the explosion threw a brill ant
light that was seen over a roughly 400-mile radius.


Liberal Party Row Red Cross Needs

Threatens Crisis Piano, Other Items
in Italian Govt. For New CZ Center


ROME, Feb. -26 (UP) Dis-
pute within the Liberal party
over the government's policy of,
land tenancy threatened a crisis
In the coalition government of
, premier Mario Scelba today
The national councUl of the
party met at 10 a.m. to decide
whether to to along with Scelba
or withdraw from the govern-
ment.
The Liberals control only 14
seats In the Lower liouse and
three in the Senate but they
wield a balandrof power in the
four-party coalition. They hold
three posts in the cabinet.
The thorny domestic issue of
land tenancy, long a troublesome
issue in Italian politiLs, invo!vPs
the dispute between influential
land-owners and the vote-rich
tenant farmero.-
Scelba adopted a compromise
policy on the matter which was
accepted by his own Christian
Democrats and the Libetal mtn-
Jiters. But other members of the
ribhal Party rebelled.


Anything from an ash tray to
a piano will be welcomed by the
American Red Cross in Cristobal
for use in the new recreation
center now being set up at the
Coco Solo Hospital.
In addition to a piano, the Red
Cross representatives stressed
the need for all kinds of furnish-
ings, magazines in both Spanish
and English, playing card s,
books, games and toys in good
condition.
The recreation center which
will be used by the patients of
Coco Solo Hospital, 'will be under
the supervision of the Gray Lady
organization.
Those wishing to donate equip-
ment for the center may deliver.
articles to the Red Cross Head-I
quarters in New Cristobal or Call,
Cristobal 1671 or 1632 and the'
Red Cross will arrange to have
the items picked up.


Most political observers bellev- g I .I r iu A6... .....3
ee was ston e.nou to oi l By RICHARD A. MULLENS I
reWra majqr nations crisis. -yRD
ut the possibility onf hLiberal The ax break which stirred up milm-Zir WMCM a a.iaa m 100
lead refusal to ot heisvrwih aw lEnI. "E ndl the biggest controversy in the new ... _
Could ead totheir wthraw tax law wsh the one given to tax. L..t ..almaa-
from e government Ja n oayerswho receive dividend in-" a --- -----
BALBOA TIDES It is not edsy to understand just 1 -
TOKYO, Feb. 26 -(UP) One of i'ow this change in the law works, -L- t ..... .................. M--
SUNDAY, FEB. 27th, 1955 the dullest political campaigns In but it will nay anyone with divi- L,.^ ',V ....*".-.'....." -
High ,Lr. Japan's history ended today with dend :nromp In 1954 to follow care. li L -o ... .
1:54 a.m. 0. p. all sign indicating that a con- fully the explanation given below' .. 0..."-'a''m--.. ...' .................................. -.--
7:114 p.m. ;1:03-p aervatve. or, western go ver n. This article also tedls how to re- 0 11111S,11.sos _,W m --., S............... .
ment would remain in power aft. port income from interest., i d,.wM, i -sat-&- ..................... ..............................
n1 m mi cer tomorrow's general elections. Suppose you own stock in a8 be-N o* aaMi*e.......i k t.aew.e- L i_. L &
corporation organized in the Uni- '..
PRE-RELEASE a More than 1,000 candid a t es, ted States. urng 195.you prob ................................ ................ .....
T* heir numbers reduced to the low- ably received a distribution from ffpa ,. s 'f, ,.s"' '.,-
NEl..a-l. AT e.t in any postwar election by the corporation .. esr .ws.. *u..... .........
I 4. N jI R AL the continuing with drawal of Most distx!butions by a corpor. Noa_ a3*,-,,.f*- a-n.S-- .h-eb.--as ht e. .--. .a.
m Communi t4 wind up their poll- action to its stockholders are tax- J
Stoical a ecbeq at 9 p.m. today able dividends. Occasionally, how.a- "s B -I
MARC H 1 ,5 and al other forms of electric.. leer, corporations make distribu-1 h.bm SSflttoe0enTa tdsL...-..... n .
veering at midnight. Lions which are non-taxable and I L .swdi.n e aw... b..ni.. ...wdnmia..- -
Sdo not have to be reported as ----- _
With cloudy but otherwise good avidends. Generally speaking, a --
S- j esatbhdr predicted for the entire corporation advises you whenever
CMWFUI [K cuuntrv toglorrow. election com- it makes a non-taxable distri- HERE'S BOW K tW EOS AL ma and wife reported Income
Smitten official predicted mo r e button. from adi'uIdm ts o0k aW tax b"eak s o their joint return.
M than 10 per cent of the nation's' Under the new law, the first
4,0oo,Me voters would go to 43,- $ of taxable dividends received a joint or karate etura is filU. return If you have dividends in
0 W pOi g .stations th roughnii by eaca individual taxpayer is ex. This exe 6 Sl can be claimed excess of the $50 exclusion.
the country between 7 a.m. and eluded from incom e. That meansorn eibes Frnm 1MOA r .M If The easiest way to compute the
6 p.m no taxed.o ou me on 1 A, o 6S hw e credit e to follow Schedole 5 of
eOn. tOn a eJrdt return, each spouse. in item 1it. t i ends w. ll Form VW. There is one filled out
- The pol-itiss, fet t e r e d by is ent:!1I to the S0 exclusion exceed thel -a wih On wa t this article to skow yos how
SlalM e ef t .warld's too g h e s t n div received by bi or Form 1041 ,- r ', doe.
lanm unoeom laws' have was. her. a- taxable dt at 9 .
Sed i qagt s& nwexcitinR cam- Where married persons living itact the a=w._. S t the credf eaa"t ex-
Spai. CataMtes were phohibit-in community property states are '-ehedule J. 5--ample .t o- af r of the tax that
r ... .. m amlag more than three entitled to divide dividends be- Let', su Stat lld euathorwise he due from y,7
ase the exquisite radio speases. Traveling sound 'ween themselves even though all ting the esu ye $0 two r cant f yrS taxable
_, r .. i...tr.c.s 1wb slenew the stock is ied by o ne of them. ome divldmas :ft.. Ad rmm. _M v.
v e deliciousM J ach sp~ae can exclude $50 or law permits m t d4 tobreak de t m e M
t he. vs ..isaefs., prevented a total o.01 of the dividends the tax vou sa i fWra i
:GUITAR Steak at d fe fro.&- trm ori received aJ.. in IM 14. a credit ag """M
Speech I;n a .mo.. drperthm i .n-.


Informed sources said foreign
minister Antoine Pinay will
spearhead the Government's ef-
fort to get the Paris Accords
providing for German rearma-
ment through the French senate
as quickly as possible.
Faure wants fast action on the
Accords. Politicians believe the
longer the senate (council of the
republic) dallies with them the
more chance there is of an a-
mendment being tacked on
which would force new debate in
the faction-ridden national as-
sembly.
Changes in the constitution
also come high on the list of
Faure's action program.

Navy Flying Boat
Averages 380 Mph
Across Continent


WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (UP)
-A Navy "Trade Wind" flying
boat spanned the continent
non-stop yesterday at an aver-
age ground speed of about 380
-miles an hour.
The R3Y, built by Convair di-
vision of General Dynamics
Corp., flew from San Diego,
Calif., to Patuxent River, Md..
Naval Air Station, a distance of
2,295 miles.
The "Trade Wind" Is a sea-
plane designed to carry either
passengers or military equip-
ment. It can carry 103 passen-
gers or, as a flying ambulance,
97 litters.


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^^ n0KoreanTruce

AN INDEPENDENT ___ DAILY NEWSPAPER M ay Be t


ama c "' crae
WABHINGTVNf, FoxiF(MP)
Tirean War allies evSaIy may
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln. icrapbauseofe am
buildup of Communis t forces mn
1 """ North Korea, i sources
TRITImETH JEAM PANAMA. R. P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1 55I" CI said today
Representatives of 7 United
S' Nations membeMu s wh 6 iot 0
WA*ITN a the Korean War e to

Tax Bill Favoring Little Moane tros binoa.
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (UP)s If the bill shoud reach the Congress immediately enact an- The ked House vote came on a ebsnin ipe I.,y
-Irate Democratc leaders, te House wth the tax re-other meure merely extsnding motion by Rep. Daniel A. Reed other bids w eprt
toteither said, qe.




noring President Eisenhower a ""ct'on still in it, the President the corporation and sales tax (R-NY) to send the package bill d Re buildup .
angry prote an, jammed their would vote it and demand that rates, back to the House Wats and senate Republican Lander W;l
prto nexiese20-a-person tax cut ftthrough n 6 rcoltteewh utrr- iam y Knowland. Now at-
the House yesterday and sent it to knock out the tax the armistice ous
to e doubtful rate in the Senate. .--k- --,P- l--""r' e dth u Thencommittee nesr held hear- ufailan o enforce thblin e
ClWASHINGTONe o Feb. 26 (UP) If the blltterhod reach the Congres n the ecu House ocs told new coan
House defeated, 210 to 1205 a Re- six days ago. "I don't mee heow aws tre
publican move to knock the taxes I O th fina; assge. 21 De- it and thus ,c-uiea. .th
Iracut out of an Democratic inistreaderston bill te House the n E Repo a ie the violations he sad
to extend president fEisenhower'sal c tio n still n it, the Pe corporation d sales tax -NY to send the package New ork last
angry protea, jammed theirel ould vote it and demand that rates, back to the House Ways and a id Red buildup.





$20-poraterson and excise sales t ax cut through eansommittee with nstruc- Senate Republcand aid the
theHousen esterdayandsentstorto--knockBrtdyhentaxutr.ameF. Knowland, wt o repeat.




rates one year beyond April 1. ties tao nc res ot ote tat c Redls have brought n new U.Nlp
Wth Rea doubtful fate in cries senate. "po- l mitteenever held hear- failurent and but military a lds
Climaxing one of the Hoituse- o t which Democratsn Norld a news -confer violations
then tax battles inyeapproval to the started thmo craugh the Housse just armistice tea.
Houspackage bill on defeated 21042 to 20175 votes "Every U.N. member knows the
$20-a-persout of an next year, then bill I The Damocrats n a1Red p h a cae ded uon numerous
would continue federal sales lev- Coortethebi l w o n a le his part' occasions, he said. "No effective
tomextendprDesem ratsdo ncrle 21-205 vote despite In a speech in New York last





es one such things as liquor, au- pril 1. 173 Repubartylicanes to vote with Dem- the Reds have brought in taken to re-
Witos and cublicanrettes of "po-R republican. Fiv e Republicans ment and built military airefielrms o
he n gave final approval tob the ( ) an Charle enn of the armistice terms.
package bill on a 242 to 175 votes. O" Eve ry U. memb esko d-



Besident as cutting income taxes on the final passage, 221 Representatives ofe e the i.N.
cause of the federal deficit, fac- Korean War Allies miet here
$20-a-persoes an uphill fight inar theSenabteill Democrats and 21 Repubcarred thed ay Thursdayve been to dis s hat tate
It ol opposed outright by Chair 1ev a-ter Speaker Sam Rayburn Department spokesman Henry
ouman r Bd (D-Va.) of for the bill. Vong denouncst wed re occasions," he scalleid the epeted io-ve
the Senate Fsu inance Col ittee. i 173 Republicansuand tw o Dem- steps have been v olum e of the
Some other Democrats do not crleadetsRe s Brady o n try Korean armistice by the terChimsnems of
Thregardx cut, denounced 7 theCharns h and e net Communists and the North .o
President as "irresponsible"-be-roblacRkjaere, Pre int en. tivsof th



told reporters today he doena't le.T h t b e Thursday to deciscuss attate
mathink the tax F.ut will etD-Va) outf (Tex) anve heard the ouword Reblapub- reda c alled But the arepeid the loner
theof Byrste Finance Committee. DENOUNCElicans who used his PBOPOSAL Predent- party's nations, large In vol a e, of these


e ot her D emo crats do not leaders of trying to bu dea Ive h Korean armistio the byce the Chine
of begardt too warmly reasonably prowith the osed Democratic $20-a-person ncome tax cut a te ei rresponblut and I've heard Reds build up trenorth to
Senate Republican Leader to "blackjack" the Preident In- retn .u m
William -F. Enowland (Ca)b to accepting It. o tate Department officials w m.
told reporters today he doeun'tla phasizedo no decisions were
think the tax cut will got out (NBAtelephoto) "I have heard the word rblack- reached But they sid the longer


SHe said he beh e n eved "chances Ing his news conference in Washington where he denounced th phrase 'shoddy deal. I'v e heard here to the stloe while the
They said the rangedfaposit.
ed' w oing t o voteband oam quaction yaMeg from denoun -
In no potodda deal. I am t the entire innis tue aid ereo
tyIng to blackjack anybody, ing the fighting, to declaring thi
and I'm not trying to buy any no-new-arms aeBstio of th
votes and you who have made truce null and Vold. -
thome statempats fIl to
CrZ LaborwWrce
bateRepublcan es accused dni2- Offers Course
with the politleally-appealng To Local Raters
fact that thegovernment Ios fa Appliceations areh no being re-
ed with a multi-billion dollar quested by the Local Rate Em-
deficit. ployment Branch ofthe Centr al
Democrats countered that the zen males qualified to take a
Republican Congress last year training course in office machine
gave a break to corporations and operation which is to be offered
stockholders even though there soon by the Personnel Bureau.
then was an even bigger federal In order to be eligible, appl-
deficit. They said thee were cants must be between the ages
merely trying to give the "little m2t35,eo of age; must
comre na iv5LIUirnsus rxr


CONFER ON TAX CUTS House Republican leaders in the fight against income' tax cuts meet
in Washington as they prepare to present their views at a closed caucus of all 203 House Re-
publicans. Left to right: Representatives Leslie Arends (Ill.); Leo Allen (Ill.); Joseph Martin
iMass.); and Daniel Reed (N. Y.).


Your Form In Shape ?


fellow" a break. -
The bill would cut next year's
income taxes $20 for each tax-
payer and an additional $20 for
each dependent. Thus it would
mean a tax saving of $80 for a
married man with two children.
The Democrats estimated the
loss in revenue at $2,090,000,000
on a full year's basis. Treasury
Secretary George M. Humphrey
and the president put the loss at
$2,300,000,000. However, the bill
would prevent a loss of $2,800,-
000,000 by extending the corpora-
tion and excise levies.


In making up his budget for
the fiscal year starting July 1,
the President assumed he would
get the corporation and excise
levies extended and there would
be no income tax reductions. On
this basis, the President estlmat-
1040. d the deficit next year at $2,-
The new law taxes -Interest In 400000,0N .
much the same way as the previ-
ous law. All taxable interest must The bill would be in effect on-
bP reported In Schedule B oi Ily six months of the new fiscal
Page 2 of Fur 1040, or in Item -year. The House ways and
10 of Form 4iab Most inter Ist Means Committee *stlmntd the
5ou receive istaxable. income tax cut would coast 815
However, if you own any bonds million dollars in revenue In
or securities issued bya city ornthose months, increasing the
state the interest on these is not deficit -to $3,200- M- -.
taed by the Federal Government.I The bill would. keep the cor-
The interest on many United ration tax, scW duled to drop
States bonds issued prior to March -" -er cent an A-i 1. -t th
1, 1941. is wholly or partially tax- pr. eo 1 at te
exempt. If you have and such present 52 per cent.
bonds, red the section under "In- Ial wou M no, until
terest' on oage 7 of the official Ap 1956,sche de cuts
Instructions 7amounng to one cent on aI
structions package of cigarettes; 11-0 I
You must report interest on say paca f c e 11.e50 a
wings and deposit accounts when Proof gallon on liquor .$1 on
it is credited to your account even barrel of beer two cents to $1,-
'hough it has not been entered 50 allon on wine; and 3 per
in your bank book. Interest rep, cent of the manufacturers sale
relented by a bond coupon shouldprice on autos, trucks, bussm
be reported in the year when the trailers and motorcycle.
Coupon is due and payab1, even The tip-off on the Democratie
though you don't.clip s cash it. victory came early when thet
You can repott the latemrt a House on a non-record "tellert
Defense War ad:_-avifgs bonds vote failed W1-to-17, to q .ta
in either of two' ways. a move by Reed to taoek 1pt the
* First Way- Ignore the Interest tax Wut with a simple ameld-
until you cash them, ad thea k ment,
what you pain. This Is the easier
way. Republicans amar led their
Second way Reoort tbe Inter, forces for the reedogalttal vote
est each year as It seerWes. The when all teae1Mrqa would bh
amount of accrued otert can counted an M' they Stm.
be determine* rM e table On they failed agst
the back of the .. i' is. the
difference bet yaot obs3 .aid1
and what -gou "4,a M
ln on Dec. a -
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De nih school grauuats, prefer-
ably in commerce; and have a
fluent use of spoken English. The
ability to type is desirable but
not specifically necessary..
Tests will be given the appli-
cants among whom ten will be
selected for a training program
in office machine operation pre-
liminary to employment.
Interested persons are asked
to cowe to the Local Rate Em-
ployment Branch of the Centrql
Labor Office Building 69., Roose-
velt Avenue in Balboa, Tuesday
morning to complete applications
forms.


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