The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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AA00010883:01390

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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1858
nvi CENTS
2 Take Rap In Alien Smuggling Plot
RP Officials Study
Report Of Attempt
To Kill Remon
SERIES ACTION Third baseman Vernon Be nson of the Havana team tags Jack Dlttmer
of the Ban Juan Senators In the eighth inning to cut short a rally that did not material-
ize. This was one of the many thrilling moments.of the excellent opening game of the IV
Caribbean Series which ended in a 3-3 tie between {Juba and Puerto Rico last night at the
Panama Olympic Stadium. ________ '
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Isthmus Warms
To Carib Series;
2 Games Tonight
District Attorney Alejandro A.
Cajar and his staff today were
studying a Secret Police report
on an alleged attempt to set off
a charge of dynamite next to
Presidential Candidate and ex-
Pol Ice Chief Jos A. Remon "last
Thursday or Friday night."
The report includes statements
from two men accusing a third
of Inviting them to take part in
a plot to "assassinate" the pres-
idential candidate of the Nation-
al Patriotic Coalition.
However, it did not say how the
plot was discovered by the Se-
cret Police.
Albino Roldan, Jr., 28, Is ac-
cused by Luis Carlos "Toty" Agui-
lera, 25 and Eltecer Morillo, 20,
of hatching the plot.
Murlllo admit* that he is a
member of the Partido Revolu-
cionario Independiente, one o
the parties of the opposition Na-
tional Clvlllst Alliance. The other
two also are said to be members
of the same party.
The two men said Roldan
showed them a paper bag con-
taining several sticks of dyna-
mite and told them that he (flS-
dan) would go near Remn dy-
ing a meeting which the former
eiilce chief was scheduled to et-
nd and "put the bag down be-
side him."
Roldan, according to the state-
ments, would then take twa
ttachedtMh*nf**rM
tare)
ARMY MEDICAL MEN Brigadier General Silas B. Hays,
(center), newly appointed Army Deputy Surgeon General,
accompanied by Colonel Robert L. Black (right), Chief of
the Army's Medical Service Corps, arrived in the Canal Zone
this morning for an orientation and Inspection tour of the
Medical Service of the United States Army Caribbean. They
art pictured as they were met at the Pacific Air Depot at
A!brook Air Force Base by Colonel Francis P. Klntz, Chief
Surgeon, USARCARIB.
(U.S. Army photo)
do
away
of the
with Remn.
No other explanation was giv-
en In the Secret Police report at
to the existence of the dynamite]
Unprecedented ent h ualatm
reigned among, .seal' baseball
fans yesterday as tney pusned
their way into the ranama
Olympic otaaium for the open-
ing aay ceremonies and games of
the iv Caonean tteueo w
got underway*
alter Manama's pri
"laflft a rase mona tl
urst Dan.
A capacity crowd, which jam-
med every possible section oi the
staaium from wnlch tne game
couiu be seen, cneered tne teams
in me pre-game ceremonies and
dien seitlea Dack to witness tne
struggles.
lue crowd started winding its SeNOUS Fill. VirilS
way into tne staaium as early "":
as i p.m. anu oy o:ju every scat
was occupied, ine stadium nas
an oiiicmi seating capacuy of
u.Ouu out there wore unaOuoted-
ly more peopie on nand because
enere were many rans wno
watcned tne games Irom tne
roofs oi the two sections of tne
otacuum.
At a:30 p.m. the pre-game ce-
remonies got underway witn Na-
tional Association of Professional
^.aseuan Leagues President
ueorge M- Trautman; Kouert
Ir men, puollc relations officer of
Une N&roi; Herman D. White.
: president oi the Northern League
and mayor of Eau Claire, Wu.;
'Raul Arango; President of the
Caribbean Confederation and the
Panama Pro League; and Pana-
ma League officials Roberto Ale-
man, Carlos Delvalle, Eduardo
Alfaro, Ricardo Arias, Carlos
Eleta, Alberto Arias and Eric Del-
valle participating.
The two games were thrillers
from start to finish. Cuba and
Puerto Rico battled ten innings
to a 3-3 tie and Venezuela edged
Panama 2-1 in eleven Innings
after a hectic struggle.
Tonight another capacity crowd
is expected to be on hand for the
Cuba-Venezuela and Puerto Rico
vs. Panama games.
as evidence, or whether a deto-
nator was included.
Roldan has denied the charges,
and says he can find a "Mr. Gar-
cia" with whom he was with on
the night of the alleged assas-
sination attempt.
The report also said that one
of the accusers, when shown a
picture of Rolden, was unable to
identify him. The man said he
was referring to a "whiter indi-
vidual with wavy hair."
Iguana Price Jumps
As Lizards Line Up
Along Salsipuedes
The price Of Iguanas, a partly-
arboreal, partly-herbivorous liz-
ard whose meat is eaten by some
Panamanians, has gone up more
than 100 percent this week.
Last week, Iguanas, which are
usually plentiful at this time,
were selling for fifty cents each.
Today the price ranges between
$1 and $1.50, depending on the
size.
The already-crowded sidewalks
of Salsipuedes (East 13th Street)
today were littered with live
Iguanas, neatly lined up, their
legs tied behind their backs.
Marketera today not only have
to pick their way through ticket
arid SiueWalk hawkers
Epidemics Reported 4-Nighr Casino
In South, Midwest
CHICAGO, Feb. 21 (UP)-
Serlous and widespread out-
breaks of Influenza and other
virus diseases were reported in
the Midwest and South today,
while Pennsylvania moved
speedily to prevent the spread
of rabies, believed carried by
foxes. .
buyers
haggling with Iguana merch
over the price of their "favorite
dish."
The price Is expected to In-
crease as Carnival gets closer
and the demand for Iguanas
as a delicacy and as a "gagr
grows greater.
Starts Tomorrow
At El Rancho
Casino games will be held at
El Rancho beer garden again
this week, beginning tomorrow
night and ending Monday night.
Proceeds of the games will go
toward the activities of the Pa-
nam Tourist Office.
Liz Taylor Wed To Actor:
Wants a Houseful Of Kills

THREE YOUNO PANAMA SCHOOL TEACHERS arrived in
Dallas recently via Braniff Airlines for the beginning of the
soring sei ester at Texas State Collage for Women at Den-
"m. Texar They are part of a group of 12 Panama teachers
enrolled at TSCW for the approaching spring term. Their
virit to the United States was made possible by Dr. and Mrs.
William G. Campbell, who organized the Foreign Youth
Foundation while associated with the University of Panama.
The three student teachers, Miases Gabriela Mendoza,
and Sipa and Evida Qulros. were selected on the basis oi
their intelligence, personality and qualifications.
The smiling teachers, who attended the college for the
^nt time last year, all expressed Joy to be back in Texas.
; "We will take many ideas back to Panama which will enable
\ said
The throe others. Misses Eliza Zentner, Viol* Lopez and
Xlvla Ruiz are expected arrived on a later plan*.
Crane Retrieves
Coupe Dunked
At Ft Amador
One green Studebaker coupe
got an unexpectlng washing
and dunking this morning when
It slipped off the Ft. Amador
causeway and into the ocean.
Luckily Its owner, i^M Poor,
a civilian Army employe was not
n the car at the time. He had
arrived at 8:15 ua.. parked the
coupe with the handbrake on,
and went to settle some business.
When he returned a short
while later the car was nowhere
In sight. Foor summoned help
as soon as he discovered the *c-
cldent and a huge Army Jtm-
-inter crane ws used to hurthe
drenched and damaged ear to
efety.
Foor claimed this mornlne Kat
'he car waa not in gear, and the
ctlon where It was parked was
a slight decline.
The car. wt.leh was badly dam-
d. was insured.
Fhe Crusade For Freedom
Is Oar Best National
Daftasa.
LONDON, Feb. 21 (UP).Ola- Holllday read
morous 10-year-old film star
Elizabeth Taylor wed 39-year-old
British actor Michael Wilding in
London's old Caxton Hz 11 registry! of
office today, and said an hour
later she wanted to have as
many children as possible.
The civil ceremony that made
Miss Taylor a bride for the see-
the vows in his
cream-colored little office on
tha ground floor the room
where Randolph Churchill, son
Prime Minister Winston
Churchill, started his second
marriage four years ago.
Actress Anna Neagle was wit-
ness for the bride and her hus-
band, film producer Herbert
SM^^.'SE tW ^ "I** wS ^dTng'I'besTman
took only 10 minutes.
Hundreds of Londoners gath-
The couple left Caxton Hall to ereTou^e Cwton all yes"
emerge Into a crowd of 3000 such; ferdav dratn hv w. JSi
hysterical spectators that a VO-'^^&^JgL? "
llceman had 'o carry Miss Tavlor, i, ; .
"< Ta^anWudtg^mergeT
waiting _
Wilding straggled behind.
They hurried off to a cham-
pagne reception at swank Cla-
ridges Hotel.
They will leave tomorrow for
a honeymoon In France and
Switzerland.
This is also Wildings second
marriage.
In 10 austere minutes, the
Hollywood actress became the
wife of Wilding, who was acting
on the British stage when Miss
Taylor was two years old.
Miss Taylor's first marriage
to hotel heir Nicky Hilton want
on the rocks only six months
after it was christened with
champagne in a lavish
wood ceremony.
She started her second ven-
ture in the simplest of settings.
The scene was the musty old
Caxton Hall registry office, a
drab red Brick building two
blocks down the street from
historic Westmlnsted Abbey.
The marriage was a full day
ahead of the couple's original
expectations A Metro-Goldwyn-
Mavor studio spokesman ex-
plained the legal hurdles for the
.-.arrlage hnd been cleared
! seer than expected.
New Cutbacks
In 3 Metals
Set For April
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP)
The government disclosed to-
day that production of refrige-
rators, stoves, washers, radios
and television sets will be cut
back again this spring to save
scarce materials for defense.
The National production Au-
thority notified home fppllance
manufacturers that their copper
and aluminum allotments will
be reduced 14 per cent below
present levels in the second
charter of the year starting
April 1. Steel quotas are un-
changed.
NPA officials said the action
undoubtedly will reduce the flow
of home appliance to whole-
salers and retailers but refused
to estimate by how much.
Defense production adminis-
trator Manly Flelschmartn pre-
dicted several months ago that
the second quarter cutback
Would work out to about 10 per
cent. His estimate-was based on
allotment figures which since
have been Increased slightly.
Officials said the copper
shortage has been the main
reason for limiting the output
of civilian goods, however, and
that manufacturers have gone
Just about as far as they can Inlgliem
substituting other materials for
the scarce metal.
Mistrial Called
For 3 US Pilots
MIAMI, Feb. 21 (UP).Riissian-born Cuban Grego-
rio Simonovich, nomad os kingpin of a Cuban ring smug-
gling aliens into the United States, was convicted of con-
spiracy here today and sentenced to two years in prison.
Simonovich and Wilfred R. Goddard, on American
pilot, ware tha only ones of the five defendants in the
case who were found guilty.
Goddard was sentenced to one year in prison.
Whatever the cut in produc-
tion, NPA officials said it
not eause a shortage of
woe jaacto at retail levels
cept perrla.Bg in some specialty
Items, Stock, they said, still are
high:
The second quarter .allotments
were announced by NPA Chief
Henry H. Fowler. The bulk of all
consumer goods, he said, will
continue to receive 50 per cent
of the steel they used during an
average quarter in the first half
of i960.
Home appliances and other
"essential" civilian goods, which
now get 30 per cent of their
pre-Korean consumption of
aluminum and copper, will be
reduced to 30 per centor a
cut of about 14 per cent below
present levels.
The Jury could not reach a
verdict on three other pilots ac-
cused in the. case j- Herbert
(Tommy) Walker, Edward W.
Murphy and William L. Harn.
Judge Charles Dewey declared
a mistrial in their cases, and set
April 14 as the date for a new
trial.
Simonovich, once Identified by
the Senate Judiciary committee
aa the mastermind of wide-
spread Communist conspiracies
in the Caribbean, was found
guilty on two counts, and God-
dard on one count.
The jury deliberated 10 hours
before deciding that a fantastic
story told by undercover agents
was true.
in the two weeks since the
trial opened, federal agents re-
vealed that Simonovich set up
an elaborate scheme to fly
mostly Chinese, In sec-
GE Will Build
Pilot Engine
For. Atom-Sub
Like Everyone
Else, Revenooers
Will Take Day Off
The Internal Revenue office
at Balboa will be closed all day
tomorrow for the Washington's
birthday holiday, It has been
announced by Wendell L. Lind-
say, Senior Deputy Collector.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP)
The United States government
has ordered the "Immediate con-
struction" of a new atomic sub-
marine engine of advanced de-
sign.
The nuclear power plant, to be
built by the General Electric
recy from Cuba to isolated air- Company at West Milton. New
ports in southern Florida. York, will be a land-based pilot
His price waa from $1000 to model.
$5000 a head. _
If i
way io
the at-...
launched perhaps late thlTyear.
Atomic submarines are expect-
ed to revolutionise naval war-
fan.
The United States has assign-
ed very high priority to building
a fleet of them as rapidly aa
possible.
The Navy estimated the Nau-
tilus will have a top speed of 35
knots, and will be able to cruise
tens of thousands" of miles
without refuelling.
Because its atomic engine will
require no air it will be able to
run submerged for very long pe-
riods.
The Atomic Energy Commis-
sion m Its brief announcement
said It had authorized General
Electric to go ahead at once
with the actual construction in
an "intermediate energy" atomic
submarine engine on which it
has been doing preliminary de-
sign surveys since April IBM.
The General Blectrle engine
will be the first nuclear reactor
He admitted talking about Il-
legal things with men who turn-
ed cot to be undercover agents,
but claimed these talks concern-
ed a' scheme to slip merchan-
dise past customs officialsnot
Chinese.
Simonovich also complained
that Federal agents had Illegal-
ly kidnapped him from Cuba
and flown him into Florida so
the United States government
could get him.
He was arrested by immigra-
tion officers at a lonely airport
near Miami, after leaving a
plane which had brought him
from Cuba.
The Immigration Office here
disclaimed responsibility for
Slmonovlch's arrival.
The Russian-Cuban had long
been under Federal Indictment,
but had remained In Cuba safe
from extradition.
BALBOA TIDES
Friday, Feb.
High
lz:21 am............
l:SO p.m............
M
. 4:54 a.m.
. 7:34 p.m. neulons.
4g*jar built to employ the so-called
.'wits).mediate" speed range of
Pants Clerk Spotted Sutton,
But Cops Forgot' His Tip
though the only notice on the
Hall's bulletin board advertlrsed
a "Yogi" lecture.
NEW YORK, Feb. 31 (UP)
Two New York policemen ac-
claimed as heroes and awarded
$l.000-a-year promotions for
capturing bank robber wily Wil-
lie Button admitted belatedly to-
day the credit for their "amaz-
ing police work" should go to
a young pants salesman.
The real hero of the capture
When a newlywed couple Is Arnold Schuster, who spotted
started through the doorway, a i the elusive Sutton on a subway
great cheer and shouts of "good and pointed him out to Patrol-
luck" went up.
A startled, unknown British
couple emerged and the crowd
self-consciously shuffled away.
While the brief false alarm
went out. Anna Neagle took Miss
Taylor in tow for the final rush-
ed preparations and the ready-
ing of the wedding dress.
Miss Taylor's last marriage in
the summer of 1950 produced a
Holly- near-riot In Hollywood.
Friends of the couple said to-
men Donald Shea and Joseph
I TcClellan, the officers admitted
In a hearing conducted bv Police
Commissioner George Monagh-
an.
Monaghan said the police de-
partment will do all it can to see
that Schuster gets any reward
monev posted for Button's cap-
ture. It was not known tin-
nier' tely how much this might
total.
It was the first time Schuter's
. part in the capture had been
tSot fo? .ItJ^yJZSSS mentioned b, police. Previously.
?...2 iw, ^^^ tShea and McClellan had told
E."t ZK ^-S0 to Cre*te Ahe reporters they spotted Sutton by
least stir possible so soon after n,iX,,.i..
Superintendent registrar J. D < half in the United State*.
possible so soon after
the death of Kins; George VI.
Both Mies Taylor and Wilding
said tins marriage la for keeps.
The actress said she planned
to continue her career but not
to let It interfere with an at-
tempt to establish a home or
homes
They said they planned to live
half of each year in London and
seed they evM-
themselves.
Montjhan
tatty had "
U ten the whole seery before
and that they "richly 4setts"
tfejetr pre*etleas dsspHt
SchasitT't part in the carter*.
Shea enci McClelland had been
beskln* in t?e l)m-""ht of their
eantvre of button Monday. Mon-
aghan had r police work" and Immediately
i.iomoted them to first grade de-
tectives with a $1,000 yearly boost
In pay. Newspaper editorials had
been.written about them and
they were the toast of the town
until Schuster's story finally
reached the police department's
top brass.
The men at first stuck to their
story that they spotted Sutton
while be was trying to remove
a dead battery from bis car in
a Brooklyn street. They recogniz-
ed him from a 30-year-old pic-
ture of the master criminal in a
polk magazine, they said.
When reporters first asked
Shea about Schuster's story, he
replied, "he's craay."
But Monaghan sammened
the efficen te a hearing short -
ly after Mayer Vincent Isn-
ielH--i called off a ceremony
at which he was going to can-
cratalate the officers offieial-
iy.
T :n. the officers admitted
that 8ehter Indeed had point-
ed Sutton out to them. As a
matter of fact, they said, they
we* so excited they had fortot-
ten to play up Schuster's part m
the druna.
Schuster's story waa a model
i simplicity. He was riding on
a subway trying to figure out
who the man opposite bun was.
the man got off the train at
Pacific Street it suddenly came
to me that It was Willie Sutton."
He followed Sutton to a gas
station and then approached
Shea and McClellan who were
sittiag In their radie petrel
ear.
"Don't think I'm craay."
Schuster said he told the police-
men. "But I think I Just saw
Sutton who went to the gas sta-
tion."
He said the officers went to
the gas station, learned that Sut-
ton had taken a battery to hla
car and went looking for him.
Schuster said he tagged along
at-mit 100 feet behind.
The officers approached Sut-
ton. spoke to him for a moment
"and one of them drove off and
f other walked away." Schuster
said.
"I thought nothing came of it
and returned to my train and
went home," he continued.
"About 5:30 p.m. I heard of-tha
arrest of Button on my radio at
borne."
Schuster said he called the po-
lice station but everybody was
busy and he couldn't sneak to
anyone in authority.
He went to the station house
but missed Shea and McClelland.
Next morning, he went to Queens
Suddenly, an FB* fryer (ajCounty Court but missed them
"wanted" poster) came back to I again That night, he final}* eat
ase ae 14-year-old clerk in his:In touch with police and the m-
fether's clothing shop said. ".as vestlgaUon started.


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MOSTLY ROMANTIC REVELATIONS
Billy Rom escorted Betty Furness (not Joyce Me thews who
is broad) at El Morocco. They were holding hand* First time
I've seen Billy in public since the Joyce wrist-cutting jM**9
first time I've seen Betty around since her husbana Bud Ernst,
shot himself In 1980.. Billy's hair has turned almost white.
. Hedy should get her latest divorce by virtue of the Baurnes
Law--a'four-time loser.. .Mellnda Markey,.Joan Bennett s daugh-
ter, at the Hideaway Downbeat Club with actor Murray Hamilton
! Dennis James and his bride. Marjorle Crawford flew off thte
weekend on a delayed honeymoon to Rio.. E O W'lto. Insurance
man romancing with Celeste Holm.. .Jean Wallace, wife of Cor-
nel Wilde, was clipped in a $10,000 stock deal.
Sen. Kef.nver. passing through the Big Burg saw the show
ft the Embers with Nat Perlowe (editor of the Police Gazette)...
, Mike Todd and his ex. Joan Blondell. seemed very fr.endly, snatch-
! tag a snack at a Penn Station cafe...Doris Lilly who wrote a
book, "How to Meet a Millionaire," maybe didn't read It. She s back
at her old trade, press-agenting Luchow's restaurant. The town
is besieged by phony racketeers who solicit fees, holding forth
that theV can ""fix" income tnxes b<; nlao side a little circle at the right-hand lower corner of a tur":
ik 10 percent of the amount they reduce on your total. It s raw
larceny.
Kitty Gordon, famed a generation ago for the "MttttWrt
perfect back," Is preparing a book on her reminiscences She head-
lined in a vaudeville act 1 wrote for her after her big fgit Mttt
Alma Where Do You Uve?".. .Mary Mulhern, onetime Ztegfeld
wow and wife ofJack Plckford. Is a hostess In an Ice cree m shop
Twth and Parke Ave...Old-timer Mai H-llett^ them song
Boston Tea Partv." comes back to me when I hear "Roneo
BoSSe/' by lucky Mlllfnder. ,nd Art Mooney's ''^-rtth ^ues
Ruth Cosvrove. MUton Berle's steady. Uves with singer Fran
Keegan, his ex-steady. _
Marta Toren. the sweet, Swede, hones to. be < V. B. ritmen^ In
March_*nda "ood one. A performer who has been O'-tslde the
' "unt-v for i months H-S subject to i-om. t-xejhere for**
' inri during that period. M*rt. now mkln "Matenm-nt Parir
nFFrance turned down offers totelte' MOOnnn to *o m< -
rean olctures. wh'eh would keep her there for two '"?'"
fehe will return well within th- define and pay her taxes In full.
after visiting her folks In Stockholm. > -
JevWorfvee. recentW p musical comedy 'frr. J1 Oj^rv Ste-
vens TV orMucer. mtehtv rhiimmv... Ricb-rri Green, film
enorme' end Veda Jenkins, femme chrrmer at El Borracho .
Oeor^e RT|. rot acting toi.-h with A^nMcCrea. red-headed
rtartet .Roerlind Russell, touring In "Be. Book *<> Candle, of-
fered the leal Anita IW nc- n'ay. nelnr. *'"'"' **?
first cancer rew*h center In South America will rise goon at
*HVlrtrmle-e of Dr Naooteao Laureano, a vlctm of that killer.
TV Kon Runverifnnd will participate In a ball for the project,
at tl* Waldorf tonight.
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Deo Atty. Gen. Stamler. who w- taken off the Willie MoretU
miiwpr case: charges openlv that this hanpened because he was
Sttti too close to a solution.. There are renors that Charlie
Cha"n cont-mnlates leaving Hollywood end moving toiM-
be" estate, to be again und-r the lurlsdictton of his native Bri-
tain Lvnn Barl. the ex of Sid Lult. who is the next of Juds- Qar-
l?n" being surveved with warm Interest hv Guv Harr.onJhe
realtv man (He has WeK-.tm to nrfssA'ro^ Mickev Rooney-s
lat'st enamrala was Beverlv CottreJI l^n^1M,J|"i.I*n*?n
cafe-owner, became so lnterasted in Felisa Vanderbllt that he ex-
tended his stay here.
1 /
P-turn wih a PointKnn K"e- Isn't coming from the Coast
for the ride. It's for a reunion with Deor Dana, in Point of No
R-t-irn" 'sen Fablon. at the Plew. will feature his own corn-
roi-jon' "Girl of Mv Heart." wH*h he dedleat-d to-his bee- luff.
PTftlne a f-med Paris model. (nrnM aye J'V"mf!r4#
?ni" in w-w tsxMna: t bone th* Plajfa'VhJiflt^ Isn't nut**
m: over on me)...J. Anthony joHnrtnn. whose n'0^"'1' ""?
Le-st of These" I n hi .nt- B-xt-Wald thOHht tn mit.hnr of a ptollral ahniild
have? hl-h"ioundn moniker. The orlelnri Book was written
by men with very plain names.
. >
Oov. Afllal Sevenn. of 111., a oresldential asnlrant. le. at-
fntlve to Mrs. Movls Palm-r. a Chtca-o widow Prince Dmitri
TVordie<'e is sav'ng things with flowers to JanePlckens.. .Migue-
llt0 Vald'i and his wl'a h-va nert-rt- .he f ij-wH *> a ?- -h
lng val "ob Tonnir. ]iveg Pobln Dnnn-li, tV modrt.. .Peter
uMhW" the N v otonta clan, with (Miss) P-t Murph*. at
M?$v W.lf's MarvH Coolldge. kin of Calvin, c^i.to run
with Dorothv Warenkioid. the onca star *>aron Gottfried von
? who was reported after Barbar. Hutton's nlcketa and
dimes, denying attenH-c. on *%*J ","! JL;" "
Walker of Cleveland, will this vaek w Max Marmorsteln. owner
of Casa Marina Hotel, at Key West.
George Shearing auggeats that Laurence Olivier andI Vivien
L*Wh alternating In Shakespeare's and Phaw's Cleonatra niays.
Should combine! them and ca!i the thing "Up in Cleo's P^omV
Ham Fisher, the cartoonist man-abont-town. dines at the rolony
with Countess Irena de Kornlcr. Mv Rome moorr tells me
Brenda Frailer Kelly is seen with Pletro Mete.. WUJlam Van
toewn Dutch sculptor. Is bavin Daamarsit-for a bust Ruth
Costello of the L*ttn Quarter's CostelloT^nMsengaged to col-
umnist Roderick Mann, of the London Dally Graphic
Mary Matone. TV Ingenue. Is oulttm, The Alririch Pamp-
eo marry an Arkansas businessman...Sheltey.Winters and Vlt-
tertoiOMsman are due to alight at Idlewlld Airaort today from
JMrSut me romance will not keep her from fly ne to Holiv-
wood while he remains here to 'aunch hi> 'jtv-at turn ''Anna
dte BUwasa Mangano. Texas oilman Boh Fletcher at Le Ruban
Bleu w1to"saBavwho hughaed to go with Howard Hugh*.

A Chicago newsawper. creating a new dam site at its naoer
mill lnBel Comean, Quebec, had to divert the MOnocougan River
The *lfe of the publisher officiated at the opening and christ-
ened the project.. A Montreal paper told of It ^*f*ws head-
(? -Woman Presses Button and Throws River Oat of Bed."
THIS 1$ YOU MNTUM TH ttAMM OWN COLUMN
TH MAIL BOX
Taw DUN Sm k aw
tan* Hi
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hmrn^mt hi
Hy H
MtatNy f
TMi iiiagini
hi bete*
wna> deal h iwoiMit H a
prtllihee w Hm 4,, ensued.
Vrittn to tocto! toi ftftcfait cB#TtoM**
trs:
LETS TALK ABOUT SKIP TOLLS
I see by the papers that the Oovcrnor sure went to a let of
trouble in Washington explaining why It would be Impossible to
1 Mis* the tolls on the Panama Canal.
If be spent as much time on the commissaries and other
activities In the Canal Zone maybe prices wouldn't be so high
I and going higher all the time. I've never heard a peep out of
**i ae her* about price* going up In the Canal Zone. I guess
| that is allrlght
But don't touch the staamshlo interest they went take it.
. Hv- so the little fellow he has to take It
taaalirry.
US Coitisiderg

Universities
For Refuge *
BY PBTKtt K80N
WASHINGTON(NBA) A
plan Is now being considered
in Washington for a chain of
Universities f o r re.'ugees in
which those Who fled from be-
hind the Iron Curtain cculd
complete their education for
democracy.
The plan is now before the
White House, the Department
of Stste and the Mutual Se-
curity. There Is a fair chance
that it may be approved.
It would reouire no new 'te-
fi'lation by Congress.
Money to finance the un-
dertaking could come from the
$100 million apprep Ittlon to
aid refugees from communist
countries. This IS Wisconsin
Rep. Cha fies J. Kerstens
ame-dment to the Mutual Se-
curity Act passed last fall.
Author of the hew plan is
Harry M. RosenfWld. one of the
three members of the Displaced
Persons Commission. Mr. Ro-
senfield got his Idea while he
was In Europe last year, lh
connection with winding up the
DPC rorgrrm,
DPC must ri-ant its test visa
before June 80. It is scheduled
to go out of business in Sep-
tember.
Worfclngi on thU liquida-
tion, Ho$erfioM became in-
terested in the' frtioAf Of
the new refugees, at dit-
tinauiihed from the older
ones from World War II.
The new refugees are the
people from Poland, Ceeeh-
mlrvkia, Hungary, Ao-
mor?l". Bu'rwfa, eftitern
Austria and Germany.
Wanting to escape from Com-
munist domination, they slip
through the Iron Curtain at
ni^ht to seek freedom and
safety In western Europe.
It Is now estimated that only
about 30 per cent of those who
try to escape from commun-
ism succeed In slipping across
the closely guarded border. The
number who succeed average
from 1500 to 2000 a >n*h.
These are from the i
countries alone.
From eastern Germany and
Austria the number Is put at
20,000 a month.
They present a terrific
problem, to themselves and
to the countries in whieh
they seek haven. There are
no organized reception ten-
ters to which they' dan be
sent. Instead of being wel-
comed, they are usually
locked up by the border
police, on the chance that
they might be spies.
The fugitives are then given
a thorough questioning by In-
telligence services of the Allied
povers. Every scrap of informa-
tion about themselves and
about specific conditions behind
the Iron Curtain Is sought.
If fhey appear to be genuine
refugees, they are turned loose.
They immediately become prob-
lem children. They have no
place to go. (There is not
enough housing for the i
dent population.)
There are ho Jobs for them,
unemployment is still a seri-
ous problem in sll of overpo-
puteted western Europe.
So they become relief
cases. Some of them, disil-
lusioned, may slip back
across the line aadn, to
become prize exhibits for
Communist propananditts.
They are used to show hoto
bad conditions are in west-
ern Kurope.
At Strasbourg, in eastern
France, Commissioner Rosen-
field saw the new schrol estab-
lished by the American Na
tlonal Committee for Free Eu-
rope. It opened with 86 stud-
ents last Nov. 1.
In Berlin there was the Free
university. It has a student
body of 12.000, of whom 40 per
cent come from eaat Germany.
The Ford Foundation last year
Save this institution a million
ollar grant.
From all these scattered de-
tails, Commissioner Rosenfleld
put together his idea for
chain of free world universities
around the Iron Curtain, speci-
fically designed to aid escapees.
A now envisaged, his plan
would have four principal ob-
jectives.
First, it would serve as a re-
ception center for the escapees
Second, it would provide s
place where the refugees could
complete their education in
their chosen fields engineer-
ing, law, medicine, Journalism
or whatever the$ wished.
The third program would be
educating the escapees in the
cultural backgrounds of their
own countries, the history, do-
Yep! Tltere't One ihirtg They Both Can Agree On!
.
Distant Approach
By BOB RUARK
^why WSIJMOTOH
MERRY-GO- ROUND
_________f.HIW MARIN
NEW YORK.Oeneral Elsenhower is a fine Vou must assume that Ike wants to be Pre-
man, 10 be sure, full ot chsrm and hih dedl- sident. Ihls constitutes a large desire, surround-
catlon, but the folks I ..alk to lately want him ed by spadework. __
on the full record as a candidate, and thev Ills not a. job that you just Accept if some-
want him now, before he Is nibbled to death body flings It at jfoU and nobody else wants it.
by doting amateurs and well-meant meddlers. It Is a kind o| Job that demands a dossier of
The concensus on Ike is that he can beat qualification and a full statement of intent,
anyone to faceif he gels the nomination. About all wA have from Ike today Is a re-
I'hat Is followed swiftly by the tag "but flection of pefronalty-andI att asJumpUon of
If he doesn't come home pretty soon and tell competence as. sold er-organteer. You need a
the people what he's for and against I don't little more, for a full run for the money
think he can rate the Republican nomination." I do not believe that, an extra month or so,
The
hower
from a
nolablesTharwas' skippered" "ft TesTMcOra; i %^^^^L^SSSSSf JXt
Songs were sung and a lotof littery notables Amy. He is a declared Presidential canaWate
got up and declared out loud for Elsenhower. And he cannot speak as a candidate so long as
"I'm interested In what Ike stands for." one uniform ^ temporary *uty
cynical gentleman remarked. "But. oh God, do The Immediate answer Is pretty simple then.
I have to have Humphrey Bogart or Jackie Coo- He either stops being a candidate or he stops
per to tell me what he stands for?" oelng a soldier, since he obviously cannot be
Apar, from signifying that he was willing to both simultaneously.__
run if wanted, Elsenhower has dropped the fu- And he, must give up one or the other, pretty
ture political hassel from his obvious schedule, soon, or he is *pt to be neither,
and continues to labor full time at his NATO It'i/my opinion that the people are eager te-
chores abroad vote "or llce' lke wlu &'ve ltieT half a look at
This Is deemed admirable, like motherhood, his thoughts on taxes, labor, foreign policy, do-
but is viewed as slightly separate from a cam- mestic economy and a few other items of mass
palgn for the nation's No. 1 Job. Ike has al- interest. But the longer he puts ofIhls| detlara-
ready been a soldier; to date he has given the Uon of purpose, the less favorable will be nis
country no glimpse of Elsenhower the embryo assessment Dy the people a whole.
President Itg 1,ke the man s&l The longer Gen. Elsenhower clings loyally to Jackie Cooper or Irving Berlin or Tex or Jinx
his military tasks, the greater opportunity is or even ike s pal, George Alten. I like Ike, but
created for the publicity seekers and political 1 would like him over here,
la cher-on to festoon themselves, from the El- -- ..- .. __
senhower coat-tail here In America. Such at- The general has announced himself as e*n-
tnchment can remove him from serious consider- dldaie on the Republican side of the'fence,
atlon If It goes on long enough. which argues a certain starchlness of prtncipte
One may admire actors and saloonkeepers I sure do hope he comes home ana organises
and song writers without buying their hearty his following and delineates his feelings before
endorsements of potential Presidents. the tap. dancers and press agents take over to
All the cute songs and personal appearances make him ridiculous by unbidden dssocWUc-n.
and smake dances go fine at football rallies and "I Like Ike is a nice slogan, but awful easy
picture premieres, but leave something to be to change to "No Like if the eager banawagon-
desired in a political buildup. eers cute up Mamies old man t en.
Drew Pearson Says: Congrega has a double standard for
Congressmen; Senate criticizes RFC officials but
overlook Senator Brewster; Charges against Cong,
King were heard in private.
WASHINGTON. Though the King commlttet probing tax
finagling has made a healthy contribution toward cleaning up
corruption, the fact rerrtalns that the best insurance against a
Congressional investigation is to get elected to Congress
Though congressmen are quick to accuse others oi white-
washing, the truth is that Congress itself Is the most knluslve
protective association in the world.
If you belong to Congress you don't get Investigated. Further-
more, If convicted of a crime, ypu can continue to alt to Congress
as witness congressman Brehm of Ohio and keep your eon
on the payroll.
Here are some examples of how Congress has adopted a
double morality standard for congressmen.
1) The Senate has criticized RFC officials for taking so much
as a 12-pound ham, but has blissfully overlooked the free airplane
Sdea that Sen. Owen Brewster, Maine Republican, accepted from
in American Airways at the same time he was sponsoring legis-
lation to benefit Pan American. ^ ^
ft) Congressman Cecil King. California Democrat, who has
been investigating others tor influencing tax cases, made a gest-
ure of Investigating himself for the same offense.
But while the cnarges against high government officials were
made in public, the charges against King were heard in private.
Finally, after three days of secret, whirlwind hearings, King's
committee issued a public statement whitewashing King.
This column, however, published the secret hearings whlh
explored in the most superficial, splt-and-polish manner the
charge that King had Interfered in the tax investigation of Tom
Gregory, president of the Long Beach Federal Savings and Loan.
This column, continuing where the King Committee left otf,
then discovered that King had personally pressured the Justice
Department to settle all oregoryTa troubles with the, government.
King's proposed settlement automatically would nave ended
the tax investigation, ordered in 1*46 by then Attorney .General
9) One" of the most sensational facts that came put of the
Six hearings was that Sen. Styles Bridges, New Hampshire
lepubllcan, and mystery-man Henry Orunewald both madere-
presentatlone at the Internal Revenue Bureau In behalf of Hymen
Klein, a Baltimore liquor dealer. .. -. __
eln was up to his ears in about 7,000,000 worth of tax
*""* the King committee glossed over the embarraasing testi-
mny about Senator Bridies, and has made no move to put him
on the witness stand like the others
Meanwhile, it still hasn't been explained what a ntJHfaBp-
hire Senator was doing intervening in the cese olla Merylandef,
or why Bridges made a Senate speech proposing awarym-
crease for Charley OUphant, who had been asked to fix the Klein
case
4) Last June, this column revealed how Congressman Frank
Boykln Alabama Democrat, got a 8455,798 RFC loan for the
Stutts iumber Company of lliomasvllle Ala., whteh happenssd to
be buying timber from Boykln and which used 1800,000 of the
RFC money to pay off an overdraft at a local bank,
Boykln also wangled a tm,W0 REC loan for the Mobile
paper Company, after which he and his four children suddenly
showed up with a large chunk pf stock In the same company
In a public show of Innocence, Boykln invited the Senate
Banking Committee to inveitlgate him. s lnves^atonWM
turned over to Senator H&ey's Senate lnvestljgatina^cannutMe^
Senator Fulbrlght of Arkan"F
"We were unable to con
.expiration of our special au
the dlsmtefal of our staff an
Fulbrlght to Senator Toey o:

What Is Nonsense?
By JOttph and Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON.What is nonsense and what This second report, which cams from *
is worJj reporting? tlrely auterent supeiion squadron, ateo con-
Are fact* to be taken seriously If they are cerned the observation of a tire control man
undoubted as facts, and have already caused a and wist gunner to a superlort en a testen
considerable stir among the government's in* on the nlgnt ot Jan. a.
telllgence chiefs and technical experta? This second super.ort had been flyltjc, again
Or are they to be laughea off, because they at about 20,000 feet, over the town of suncnon,
may me.n nothing, and oul.e probably do not which is considerable distance from Wonsan.
mean aa much as their sheer mystery suggest? At about midnight, the rear gunner and fire
All these Questions, are ratead by facts that controiman saw a round object moving level
follow: with their slrcraft or a little below. As sub-
On Jan. 38, one of our superforts performing sequently described by them, what they saw or
solitary mission in Korea, was flying at some- what they Imagined was almost exactly what
rhat more than JO.000 feet above the town of the other airmen saw or imagined, except tnat
Wonsan. The bomber's speed was slightly under they were Inclined to think the object was
300 miles per hour. The time was shortly before glooular instead of disc-shaped.
Simultaneously, two members of the super- It followed their planeor so they thought-
fort's crew, the lonely rear gunner in the tall for a minute or a tfttle more. .
and the fire comrol man in the wallt. saw the Such are the facts,
same peculiar object When queried about them, the highest sources
It was round, and both airmen thought it was in the Air Force have replied that "there is o
disc-shaped. doubt about the facts but the Air Force still
It was orange In color, and around Its clr- does not believe in flying dtees."
cumference It seemed to have a sortee of mall Apparently the Idea of an elaborate hoax has
bluish flames, subsequently described as being been ruled out, since the crews of the two
like the flames of a gas stove. bombers did not know esch other.
Judging its distance and site was naturally That leaves the experts pick and choosing
difficult, but both airmen thought close to their between all the other possible explana ni,
superfort, and only about three feet to dla- ranging from an oddly elmultoneoue tunnm
meter. To both of them, it seemed to fly with proouced by the reflections of bright abjects in-
a revolving motion. the superforU' Plexiglass windoWi, toa Soviet
For a full five minutes, this object moved test of a new. for of dtei-ahapea guioea
parallel to the planeor at least the two air- mtesite.
men thought it didand then it disappeared. Whether as hoax, or aa Illusion, or aa intima-
When the superfort completed Its mission the tlon of something unpleasant to come, the faeti
two airmen reported what they had seen to none the lass seem wort* recordings*i ese
mocratic tradition LTrf imi^ their squadron intelligence officer. reporters, simply because they are [bote f
to of ttaf nZ l? Tth had experience combat In World the opening of the Pandora*, ben Of eteace.
nauve lands. All War n M well u ln ,. |d both were ooas- .
Here is a tale, in source at least not laugh-
a letter dated September II.
lete our .ihVestlgaUohg prior to the
lorttkihjf exnaustHOhdf our funds,
'-ricMpn 0tw iort n carMfsu "' *
""ccnTparfylhg this ettel are he -**^*1^lPdJ**
RFC files on tne StutU LuSber Contoany fcnd tt One con-
tainer Company (successor to the Mobile Paper Mill company),"
*WKhatoo reported In the confidential letter that "the
FBI-haiX takin aftinterjet, ln both w eeeeg, and tt. is-
nresentatlve, Mr. Harold Halt has had the ttse olifcotkv she RffO
subcommittee file and the RFC files," '.;' Amml--
Yet Senator Hoey and the Senate Investigating Committee
have failed to toHow up, have shown a notable tec* of interest
10 TThTKeW'd.m.nded the resignation of internal Re-
venue collectors, but has refused to expel one of its owni mem-
bers, congressman Walter Brehm, Ohio Republican, who has bees
""SSI %Sff'be^nwrltten agreement that eongr-g-
men won't Wgafe ^^
It-Pays-^-Mave-ConneetloiiB-Hugh Fulton terror chief
counsel of the Senate Truman committee, which boosted1 the
President into the White House hw been doing all right lately.
So has Fulton's law partner, Rudolph Halley, who Jumped from
the Kefauver Crime Committee to be president of the New York
CltyTheynhave Just signed up a new client ln South' AmMlck, the
corporacin Peruana del Santo, an agency of the Peruvian gOv-
n"to paying the Fulton-HaUey law firm lft.OOfli a veto j
talner to swing an Export-Import Bank loan for the fine and
aluminum industries In Peru. ...,..
If the loan is granted, Fulton and_Halley will get an addition-
al $196,000 but paid over a three-year period, to ease the tex
bite. It's interesting to, watch these enUem.nget ahead.
Meever vs. IkeHerbert Hoover, long-time^^""VJ-
seeretly trying to line up delegates against Elsenhower la Hew
York and New Hempahire ...
By an ironic twtot of fate, Hoover underwent exaetlythe
sanui cnttelsm as faft now makes against Itoenhower When
Hoover ran for President, he had never registered aa a sU*ue*>
"" More Russian TanksThe United States legation cables the
ominous news that the Russians aw moving hundred* of T-14
tanks into Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria. ..*__ ,
Russian tanks, which have proved so tough to handle te
Korea are reported to be equipped with ammunition and new
ennei and*Sfebelng distributed among the satellite armies IB
easteni Burope; especially along the Yugoslav border.
SIDECLANCES
Bv C.niHrmtb
this has been blotted out un-
der the Communist system ef
education.
sldered steady, sensible fellows.
Hence the Intelligence officer, who might oth- able but close to laughable In aUkatanee, wnteh
erwtee have been inclined to ignore their tale, is not being laughed off. In fact, it to the ub-
__ irathdr gingerly transmitted a routine report so ject of anxious inquiry at high efftetel level.
Fourth would com* an emi- neaoquarters The plain truth is that this now-opened Pan-
gretten program to find new At headquarters, th report might also have doras bee of science may contain .ahaeet^ epy ------ -___
been ignored, as the product of fancy, if an- kind of disagreeable surprise: and thus theex- -8oin roue* oharaoters come Inhere. Joo-ever hear any m,
s her almost closely similar report had not been perts can no longer say with assurance, tws dieoueesnf, how to gat a gang of relative to go hoe~.
almost simultaneously received. to Uly. that makes sense.
hornet and work for the gra-
duate* thet could not return tc
their former homes.




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THE MNAM AMEsUCAH AW INDEPENDENT DAILt WKWSf APKW
VACS
_____
House Pushes Truman To Deny
He Commited GIs To Churchill
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP) President
Truman yesterday denied making any commit-
ments'to Great Britain on the sending of United
States troops to any part of the world.
The President's denial came after the House,
in a surprise move, rejected State Department as-
surances that no "military commitments were
made in Mr. Truman's recent talks with Britisn
Premier Winston Churchill. _- *
The House by a roll caH vote of }8B to 14 ap-
proved a Republican resolution calling on the Ad-
ministration to reveal any troop agreements Mr.
Truman might have reached with Churchill.
Twenty-nine Democrats joined 160 .Republicans
in voting for the resolution. One Republican, one
i Independent, and 141 Demcrata voted against it
The Foreign Affairs committee|tbJ?^ WMWn^o^lta.
lsapproved the resolution Tues-
av and the House had been ex-
peeted to follow suit.
But when the resolution, spon-
fcored by Rep. B. *. Berry (R-S.
b ) came to the floor. Republi-
cans charred that the State. De;
partment liad Riven ah eTaf,_e
and vague" report on the tain.
Committee chairman James P.
Richards (D-S.O lost on a mo-
/Won to table the resolution with-
,'out debate and It was approved
A short time later. t*i
The debate was reminiscent of
hst year's troops-for-Europe de-
feat* in the Benate.
.' That struggle wound "D .^
he Senate Foreign RCMIena
Ijwnmlttee approving the dw-
pafch of six U.S. MM**
/Europe but warning that I Kress ahould be consulted In ad-
vance on any new troop cornmit-
i'Tlchard showed the House a
I / letter that Assistant secretan-of
|( State jack F. McFall had writ-
ten the committee opposing: the
demand for elaboration of the
Trumari-Churchill talks.
He said the resolution was un-
necessary and not In the inter-
ests of U.S. diplomacy.
bemMMtie leaders warned
that Secretary of State Dean
Acheson already haft gone Ha
far" In telling What went on
it hlAlTWvjl ""
The, aid further revelations
would only help Bttaala.
Republicans, however. insisted
the American people have a
right to know definitely whether
there were any "ejeamenjs.
commitments or understandlhas
involving additional U,S.. troop
movements to "any other part or
the world." iti_
The resolution directed the
Secretary of State to submit "at
the earliest practicable date, full
and complate Information" on
any such agreements. .
Mr. Truman and Acheson could
hsve ignored the request on
constitutional grounds If they
chose. '2
Rep. John M. Vofvs (R-O.). a
toi member of the Foreign Af-
fair committee, opened the
House debate by quoting- a State
Deoartment statement that the
talks between Mr.'Truman *nd
the Prime Minister were "infor-
mal."
"There could have beer Infor-
mal agreements, commitment
or understandings." he contend-
ed. "Did thev involve any addi-
tional commitment of troops?"
Vorys referred to previous con-
ference at Yalta and Potsdam
and aid: "We know the results
of those discussions."
He said Congress Is entitled to
a "satttfactory answer" about
5 Sergeants Raised
Te Warrant Officers
Five serjeant* of the 370th
Engineer Amphibious Support
Regiment whose combined year
of military service total 52,, were
commissioned a Warrant Offi-
cers, L.O. at Ft. Sherman re-
cently.
Making the one-day move
from sergeant to officer were:
Carroll L. Conner, Company
C"; Roy V. Embury, Head-
quarter Company, Shore Bat-
tlion; Frank J. Meehan, Jr.,
Headquarter* Company, Boat
Battalion; Paul F. Pease, and
Dale d. Vaughn, both of the
Boat Maintenance Company.
WOJO Conner, a native of
LovettavUle, Virginia, ha serv-
ed a total of 13 years in the
Army, many of the year In for-
eign assignments.
A native of Fort MacArthur,
California, WOJO Embury re-
ceived hi warrant after nine
years of aervtee. During World
ii be served In the South Paci-
fic and European theaters.
Entering the service at Cleve-
land, Ohio. In 1U, WOJC Mee-
han served during World War
II in the Aalatic-Paclfc thea-
ter. He wa separated from the
srvele in 1M uhUl his reen-!
ltstment In 1MB.
WOJO Pease of South Altoo-
na, Pennsylvania, first eawe to
Panam In IMS. Joining the
S70th when the unit, arrived
here In September 1*81 He ha
been la the. Army for nine
years. .
WOJO Vaughn of Long Bench.
California, has a totaj of 13
years of military experience,
nine of the year In the U. 8.
Nary In World II he participat-
ed In the Invasion of North
Africa and Steven male South
Pacific engagements. He switch-,
ed from the Havy to the Army;
in 1*47 and was assigned to the
|70th In May. 1M1. before the
nit shipped to the Canal Zone
Richards retorted that "we
might as well send Stalin a
communique" If every agree-
ment this country make* most.
be "blatoned on the walls ef
the world."
He predicted Congress Will
"rue this day" and said the pre-
cedent established by the reso-
lution "will com* up to haunt us
* Berry said *wf' ahould not go
so far as to Inform an enemy of
potential troop .movements" but
he Insisted the State Department
should make a "definite state-
men" on the question.
Rep. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.>
countered that such a state-
ment would endanger the securi-
ty "of your own country."
Rep. A. A. Rlblcoff (D-Conn.l
agreed it would be better to "let
the Russians wonder" what
went on between Mr. Truman
and Churchill.
But Rep. O. K, Armstrong
said the House should make sure
that "never agkm shall any
President make any secret agree-
ments anywhere at any time."
IBS Raising Funds
To Send 10 Scouts
To Carlb Jamboree
Announcement sometime ago
by the lo(cal council of the in-
ternational Boy Scouts of the
Canal Zone that it would end
a delegation to the lit Carib-
bean Jamboree in Jamaica next
month has brought about in-
creased animation in the move-
ment, especially on the Atlan-
tic aide.;
Efforts-have been made on
both sides of the Isthmus to
raise.funds for financing the
trip o 10 boys who have been
selected to represent the IBflcZi
Besides a .stage bow tonight
at Camp Bird theater and "Car-
nival in Costa Rica",.A movie,
beginning :16, another film is
billed for Chagres Cl
stes will come to a close on
Saturday night with the final
vote count in Sliver City.
Present standings of the can-
didates are: Norma Holder, re-
presenting Troop 3, Oatun, 6,-
780 vote; Diana Pudiey, Troop
4, Silver City, 4,135; Margaret
Smith, Troop 12, senior unit,
3,785; Claudls Husbands, Troop
2, Silver City Heights. 3.106;
Myrna Everlng, Troop IS, Camp
Coiner, 2,060; eJan Bent, Troop
i, Sliver City, 1,180.
AA Battery 'B' Wins
Top Honors In New
Competitive Program
Battery "B", 903rd Antiair-
craft Artillery Battalion won
icmuuu Kb me vuiuoii v>iiai/ci. [top honors last week in a new
Interment will follow at corosal competitive program establlsh-
r-it*rv !ed m unlta oi the 65th AAA
Visitor, Stricken
After Short Time
On Isthmus, Dies
Funeral services for James
Bateman. 86, who died Monday
at San Fernando Clinic in Pan-
ama, will be held at 2 Friday af-
ternoon at the Corozal Chapel.
the honor as
Winning .
Battalion* Best Nota-Oommls-
sloned-Offleer, was Sgt. Fran-
cisco Montalvo Rodriguez of
Battery "C", -Math AAA Batta-
lion.
The originator of the pro-
gram, Lt. Col. James D. She-
the arouse, Commanding officer of
the 903d BAttaHon. presented a
banner designating "The Best
BAttery of the Month" to "B"
Battery's Commandlnj Officer,
Csipt. James J. Bond, who re-
ceived the banner of the mem-
bersW his battery. ,
Cemetery.
Bateman had been on the Isth-
mus only a short time when he
was stricken ill. He was visiting
his daughter, Mrs. Orace M.
Coe, of Las Cumbres.
The body will He In state at
Oorgas Chapel from 9:30 until
noon Friday. The services at Co-
rosal will be conducted by Com-
mander Winters, U.S. Navy
chaplain.
In addition to his daughter.
Bateman is survived bv his wife.
Habbouse
Saturday night at 730p.m. Add-
ed attractions will be tl
ing
nival
prizes.
The popularity contest under-
way among six handsome las-
"ol the SuiUn Club's Car-
U queen and two cash door
arlh
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LA MODA AMERICANA
Just Unpacked for Carnival
COCKTAIL DRESSES
VISIT.
LA MODA AMERICANA
102 Central Avenue

*
Candlelight >r
camisole
A bare shouldered dream
for your dancing spirit...
in pleated Nylon or lightly boned
foundation...
,Wack... carmine... chartreusse
.. .and bewitching Waist Nip-
6srs and Bra-waist upper com-
Inatlon for that new,
youthful you I
AT BOTH STORES
FELIX B. MADURO, S.A.
1, Central Ave.
Group on the Pacific Side.
Named a* the "Best Battery
of the Month" for the month
of January, lt earned the lar-
gest number of credit points to
win the intra-battery competi-
tion.
The point system Is based on
the soldierly qualities of the
members o the respective units
such as apparance, conduct, and
general efficiency. Batteries re-
ceive additional points for hav-
ing the largest -percentage of
personnel participating in Sol-
diers' Deposits. i ,
Additional credit points were
awarded to units for the' men
elected as the Battalion's "Best
loldler" and the "Best Non-
Non-Commlssioned Officer of
the Month."
Selected as the "Best Soldier
of the Month" was Pvt. David
R. Ellis of Battery "8". Ellis
was chdsen as the Best Soldier
In battalion-wide competition.
Mrs. Orace R. Bateman who
arrived on the Isthmus Wednes-
day from their home in Somer-
ville, Mass.: two brothers. John,
of Vancouver and Joseph, of Ire-
land; a sister, Miss Emily Bate-
man, Of Vancouver; a grand-
daughter. Mrs. Margaret Shaft,
of Locona and a grandson, Ed-
mund Coe. of Albrook Air Base.
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put
If we didn't tell' you
furniture was second hand
* *
you'd think it was new.
All Pieces Expertly Reconditioned
Come In And See For Yoursef
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CHAIRS, DRESSERS, Etc, Efe.
YOU CANT B1AT OUR
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with a cfestive & atare
every one with a dreased-up flattering Air,
with MATERIALS from Zig-Zag.
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Embroidered and Plain
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YOU CAN WIN THE BEAUTIFUL
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General view of the chalet.
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY U lMt
Carao and FreighHSN^ Departures
Shipping & AirLine News m**^mm Twenty -four MM Jff** }% fSffit. Prv B. Camp-
&&^4^g : Mrs""A --
the Areentine Consul at Las Pal-
mThe trouble arose when Cap-
tainRuiSa ordered his crew to
Sata aboard while the vessel
TrPdlnianded that the captain
Eric A.
W.
Cokee: Mrs. Dora A. Cox and
daughter; Mr an I Mrs Robert
G. Cowan; Mr and Mrs Win
Chester F. Denfo; Mrs Abigail
P Diez; Mrs. Margaret O. Dlv-
nev and son; Dr. and Mrs
Glenn and Mrs. Drewyer. arid
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dwyer.
Dr. and Mrs Manson G Fee.
Mr. and m.^JSr'JS
and Mrs.
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I possible In view of J3ET 29% 'omprlch; Mr. and
Wrr.Ml1.""^"?SPA*.V j-gg
I posslbleln view of he vessel be George Gl teh: and
board.
(ft rebellious attitude of Wg and Mrs, OgdgaRR
ffpalmas nd aho upon J^OordoBvr^rnimer J. Hack
t Spanish port***" ta <* ^jaunter. Mrs. Vlrghiia M.
1 rter io reestablish order. an JdThe five ringleaders were r-,Hadder. Mr and ^
rested forcibly and UJlRa**iM|Beit. gr. i!rn7ndo Henrlquez
amid the shoutInr of "*?!* 5**?*** Mrs- F-
crewmen, several which were and augMer a car, j_
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TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA.
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21st
P Kflbane; Dr. and.Mrs;
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Mrs
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invine To Latin America
Twenty outstanding Belgian
buSness and industrial experts
-R&JS aSnitslTSi5arord"w. ifipp; Mr and Mr..;
ffX eAxffiveaeotnom,c --erlKenneth Npgn:* and M*.
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; The group left for Mexico Clty|Mr. and Mb" ,I^*,2"tem*"
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to* on to Havana March 8 2 'hildrenivWr .and Mrs. W,
' wrnm Havana the group*s Itin- Jam J. Neaif,, Mi. snn. "
ttStaclSSSVlghts to Cama- John Nixon$ j*r "and Mrs*
i ^iho March 9 bv Pan
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Superior accommodation available for passenger*
All sailings subject to change without notice.
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Like Rolls?
BT MERRILL RLOSRER
Ruey. Cubg. March 9 bv Pan
American" Cuban i*lla^
Compaa Cubana de Aviacin
bv PAA to Ciudad Trujlllo Do-
minican Republic. March 9 and
by PAA to Caracas. Venezuela.
After KB extended VWH in Ca-
racas. 13 members of the mtesion
flv PAA to New York March 29
The other seven members or
the survev mission are continu-
. lng around South America to
Ytatt industries 1n. Barranfluilla, I
', Bogota. CaU and Medellin Co-
lombia; Guayaquil and Oufto.
cuador: Lima. Peru: Santia-ro
Chile: Buenos Aires. Argentina:
Rio de Janeiro. Belem. Sao Paulo
Porto Alegre. Babia and Recife.
Brasil and Panama. _____
Travel dates for the round-
Bouth America groun have been
lgfrope to permit stoD-dvere of
ntmitm lengths for studies or
local manufacturing and bul-
ness conditions.
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JUL Panama Due Here
TtexTiiihaay From Wew Tork
Walter R. Lindsay, chief of
the Grounds Maintenance Divl-
Tl8n is among the passengers
ehedtiled to arrive hese next
Hondav from New York aboard
the SS Panama. The Panama
was to sail late yesterday with
142 passengers aboard
The complete passenger list
follows: _, .
John Abbott: Mrs Maxlne
Abrams; Walter W Allerton.
John E. Balrd; Mr .and Mrs. M
Backansteln: Miss Elss Berger:
lars. Alicia C. Blanca: Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Brady: Mias Dorottiy
William A. OTJonnell. Jr.; Miss
Marguerite Ormsby: Dr. and
Mrs. Thomas Parke; Arthur M.
parramoure; Mrs. Donald Pay-
son: Mrs. William A. Peterson:
Miss Anne Rakleter; Zahares
Roedakl. jL
Dr J. C SeOtt; Mrs. Max Si-
mon: Mrs. Jean Sinclair; Har-
old A. 8onn: Mr. and Mrs. Carl
H Starke; Mr. and Mrs. R.
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-WE PANAMA AMERICAN AN DEPENDENT DAIt NEWSPAPER
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FRENCH MINISTER AND MRS. MENANT TO ENTERTAIN
The Minister of France to Panama and Mr. Gay Me-
nant have Issued invitations-for a reception to be fIveri this
evening from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Legation en La Cres-
ta en the occasion of the visit of the French Cruiser Joanne
Are.
Banquet Honors General Morris
Lt. General William H. H.
Morris, J commande-ln-Chlel
Calbbean Command, was the
guest of hono last evening at a
baquet Riven at the Amy-Navy
Club under the sponsorship of
the National Sojourners and the
Reserve Oflfcers Association as
part of the observance of Nation-
al Defense Week.
General Morris
Entetrains With Luncheon
The Commander-in-Chlef Ca-
ribbean Command, Lt. General
William H. H. Morris, Jr.. was
the rost todav at a luncheon giv-
en in honor of Brigadier General
Silas Beach Hays. Deputy Sur-
geon General, United States Ar-
my at the Albrook Air Force
Base Officers Club.
Covers were laid for forty fire.
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin
Are Visitors Here J
Mr. and Mrs, Ralnh D Grif-
fin, of St. Louis. Missouri, ar-
rived on the Isthmus by plane
Tuesday evening, after a tour of
Central America. They will visit
In Panama until March first dur-
ing which time thev will be the
house guests of their son-in-law
and daughter. Commander and
Mrs. Edward Roosevelt Hallo-
ran, U8N. Fifteenth NaVal Dis-
trict Reservation.
Mr. Griffin Is the Vlce-P/e-1-
dent of the Mercpnttle-Com-
merce Bank of St. Louis.
Mr. a-rl Mrs. Arnngo
H<-ve House Gnests
Mr. and Mrs. Raul Arango
have as their houe quests the
Consul General of Panama In
Havana. Cuba, and Mrs, Oear
Sanch* who arrived recently for
a visit on the isthmus.
ntv.rtn P"nnfel(M
Is Vistor B*re
The Rev. Paul I.. DannerMdt
the Crminr-n of the Armed Ser-
vlC3S Commt^'lon of the Luther-
an Church, arrived by plane Fri-
day nl"ht and is the house truest
on the Isthnvs nf the Rev. Her-
bert T. Bemthal.
and the Canal Zone have been
Invited to attend.
Tickets are on ale for the
Ball In the Canal Zone at the
Ancon, Balboa. Cocoll. Cristojal,
Diablo, Gamboa, Gatun end
Clubhouses
American Society
Elects New Officers
The American Society of the
Republic of Panama held their
anuual election of officers re-
cently at a meeting of the Socie-
ty at the Panama Golf Club.
Those elected were: Mr. Geo.
H. capwell. President; Mr.
Louis Gomes, Vice-president; Mr.
Joseph Harrington, Treasurer
and Mr. William Y. Boyd. Sec-
retary. The Directors are Mr.
Otto Hausmann, Mr. John Go-
rln. Dr. Frank Raymond. Mr.
$8TS&. Twf oTheeYrna,d willf *- ***
provide musical entertainment; |MOOre- ____
Joseph Sudy and his orchestra _.. _m -^M r. h
and Angelo Jaspe and his band. fc!1^". Tomorrow
Door prizes will be awarded.
Mrs. Werts To Vacation
In Costa Rlea
Mrs. Ella Wertz of Ancon will
leave Frldrv morntai* for a vl;lt
In Costa Rhjc. She plans to re-
turn to the Isthmus on Tuesdf y.
Mr. and Mrs. Egoceue
Return From States
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Egozcue
-ecently returned to their home
on the Isthmus from a v" cation
.spent In Long Island. Ne f York.
Elks To Hold Special Meeting
Wednesday
The Benevolent and protective
Order f Elks In Balboa will hold
a spaclrl meeting "Past Exalted
Briers Night" on February 27
at the Elks Cluh. Admission win
be $1.50 per person. Dinner will
be served at 0:00 p.m. and the
meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m.
All Elks are reque-ted to attend.
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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one Jump ahead of West and will
therefore keep control of the
hand. Declarer makes his con-
tract, losing only two trumps and
a diamond.
t. -..,, M ,,, of ^ tw<)
trumps, ho wonld tose control.
.d w.^i with the queen
pi spades and force out declarer's
last trump with a club. Then
west would still have a trump
and a good club. West would win
two trumps, a diamond and a
South would lose control even
earlier If he took the trump fin-
esse at the second trick. West
would win with the queen of
spades and return a club to make
South ruff. This would leave
Soutp and West with three
trumps each.
South could not draw trumps
and then knock out the ace of
diamonds, for then he would be
defenseless against all the clubs.
If he began the diamonds with-
out drawing trumps. West would
still lead clubs and would stay
one trump ahead of South from
then on.
Sc.
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last-West vul.
West Net
Pass a*
Pass 3N.T.
Pass 4 4
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Opening leadA 4
Following the "One-Club and
Pjitter" Tournament starting at
1 p.m. tomorrow, the Soummlt
Hills- Golf Club there will be a
wiener roast at the club.
Resorvattens should be made
iv railing Mrs. Morris Cherry of
Balboa, at Balboa 448*
Truman Names 2
Puerto Rlcans
To Carib Group
WASHINGTON. Fob. 81 (USIS)
President Truman appointed perhaps some more light can oe
two Puerto Rlcans to the United
States Section of the Caribbean
Commission Monday.
A couple of months ago one of
our corresponuetns asked what
waj meant oy "control" of a
hand. At the time, I answered
i/hat lt was hard to define the
term but that you always Knew,
what it was when you had lost lt.
Registration Mav Be Made
For Craft Classes
Re-rlstrrtlon msy be mpd'e for
Craft Clashes b" telephoning
Mrs. J. Clarence Francis at Bal-
?oa-3179.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall
Sail For State*
Mr. n-.id Mrs. Frerf P. HM1.
former cprrt Zo-<" rel'>n -"1
jaeertlv of San*-. Clara s-lled pimnTand Pico, Tr-man
ggpday abpvrf the S.S. Olftf merged them for their
Maersk for Crllfornla.
Senator Luis Negron Lopez, a
distinguished legislative leader
and lawyer, succeeds Jess T.
Pinero, former Governor of Puer-
to Rico. 8ol Luis Descartes suc-
ceeds Dr. Rafael Pico, also a
Puerto Rlcan official.
The Caribbean Commission Is
an advisory and consultative bo-
dy on economic and social mat-
ters to the governments which
administer territories in the Ca-
ribbean region.
Mrs. Herring Entertains With
Coffee
Mrs. Marion Herring of 0?m-
boa. entertained a group of her
friends this morning at her
home with n coffee riven !' hon-
or of Mrs. R. F. Boyd.
Jaime Ricardo Ingram
To Plnv in Brstll
Jaime Ricardo Innraro. Paria- _. .
man'an X^ntii. motear m^t j ce^.te,",,, Bl-thrf.-v
faculty of the National Conser-| C6ota, n(, Mrr Robert
rSt' mduaS orthTVar ^djjonore^thelv amrll daugh
In asceptlng thereslgnatlon of
co'-
con'rlbutlons to the work of t..j
Commission. ,
Other U.S. members of the
Commission are Dr. Alonzo G.
shed on this subject by one of
the new Autobrldge hands.
West opens the queen of clubs,
and dummy wins with the ace.
The Jack of spades Is returned
from dummy, but South must not
take the finesse. Instead, South
takes the ace and king of
trumps without giving up the
lead.
The only reason for leading
the Jack of spades from dummy
Instead of a low trump is to en-
courage East to cover with the
queen If he happens to be a con-
firmed honor-coverer.
Having drawn two rounds of
umps, 8outh leads diamonds to
orce out the ace. West will
ventually take the ace of dia-
monds and return a club, forc-
ing South to ruff.
At this point. South has two
Moron, a native of the Virgin Is-1 trumps, and so does West. If
lands, who Is now President of
Hpm'Dton Institute hi the Uni-
ted States: and Ward M. Cana-
day. industrialist.
South goes about his business bv
leading high diamonds and
hearts. West can win his two
trump tricks, but South will stay,
cpn^atory^as been Invited to ftSt&Jfa*'* "
nlay at a music festival on Mar,
28, in Brazil sponsored by the
Municipality Of Sao Paulo.
Mrs. Newlln To Sail Friday
Mrs. Beulah B. Newlln. of An-
co nand Mr, and Mis. E. L. Mc-
Adams, who are visitors on the
Isthmus and have been guests
for the past two weeks of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl W. Hoffmever of
Diablo, crossed the Isthmus ves-
terdy "d are guest* at the Ho-
tel Washlnctm until th' de-
parture on FrMav aboard the S.
8. Ancon fo- New York.
Mrs. Newlln has terminated
he service with the Panama Ca-
nal And will go to W"*hlngt.o-i.
D.C.. where she will visit for two
week* with her son. Mr. M<*W 1
Newll". after which she will ao
to Rf'eierh. North Carolina to
rp"**e her home.
Mr. end Mrs. McAdi""* "'ill
tl'o vi*it w'th Mr. Newl'n for
p few days be'ore continuing to
th*l- home In Burlington. North
C-mHna.
"tanv eoelM courte*les have
hn e-tendM Mrs. New'in in
jprwell and to Mr. and Mrs.
M"V"m* to meke thel' visit
here a pleasant one.
anniversary!
with a party given for a group,
of her friends on Thursday af-
ternoon at their home.
Vacationers Return
Mrs^Vlrglnia Christian Of An-
cn and Mrs. Owen L. Richard
with her children. Owynneth and
Peter, of La* Cumbre* returned
to the Isthmu* Sunday after a
vacation of several days spent
In Boquete.

LA MODA AMERICANA
Jusl Unpacked for Carnival
COCKTAIL DRESSES
rm
vism
"SINGER
SEWING MACHINES
i at VERY LOW
PRICES
V
Stop In today and see our
PORTABLE SINGER SEWING MACHINE
LA MODA AMERICANA
102 Central Avenue
Mr. aM Mr*. WIN
He Weer-Fnd Gnests
Mr. arid Mrs. Raymond W.
Hill* had as their week-end
rne*t at Coronado Beach "'re
"eHa* w. Newlln. M*. an* Mrs.
E. L. "-Adams and Mrs. Bertha
M. HlUler.
Flk* To Sponsor
Mnonli'h Cruise
Tie B-ne'-olent and Proter*ie
Or-'-r of Elk* Invite* the nubile
to attend a Moonlight Cmlse to
he held on M-T-h 21 at 7:00 otn |
Th< ef'se wl'l beern at Gamboa!
end wHl go throurh the cut to
the Oatfn t -V and back Ad-
misin is ''OO ner peron aftd
includes with the crul'e re-
freshment*. Mn*ier "d all nl'ht
denefnt. Ticitet* v^'l go on sale
Monday. Februarv 28.
rn*ade Rail
Is tomorrow Nleht
The Crnde 'or Free/'n^ all
will he held at the Hotel El Pa-
ama in the pstln on i^rldar even-
ing at 9:00. "Mi*s Crusade For
Freedom." Marltz- de Oberrlo.
the recentlv elected Oueen of the
Hotel El Panama Carnival will
attend, accomoonled hv the Car-
nival Queens of the Union Club.
Atlas Club and Elk* Club
His Excellency, the President
of the Republic of Panama and.
Mrs. Alciblade* Arose mena
members of the cabinet and
their wives, officials of Panama
NOWat BabyLandia
Mo. 40 44th St., Bella Vista Tel. 3-1250
"IF irS FOR THE BABY, WE HAVE IT

/lew arrivals....
BO i fjFOR THE BRIDE...
RANCH GORGEOU8 WEDDING GOWNS
MAIN BEAUTOXI. EVENING
DRESSES
RH0DA
MAIN STORE: 2 Justo A/oseroea Ave
BRANCH STORE: 8 Tivoti Aveave
MODELSt
15-90
221-1
Priced to fit every budget.
Biggest Line of Sewing Aids
Totfn
Come in and get acquainted with the
SINGER SEWING (ENTER GIRLS
who will assist you
in filling your sewing needs.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
n Central Avenue Tel. 2-1505 Panam
7005 BoHvar Avene Tel. 140 Celen
PAUL J. KIENER
RECEIVES TODAV
FRESH CRISP LETTUCE
GREEN ONIONS
CARROTS
Direct from Cerr Punta by Refrigerated Trw
ALSO A NEW SHIPMENT OF
SNOW CROP FROZEN KX$
STRAWBERRIES
J Delicious WAFFLES
Fordhook LIMA BEANS
GREEN PEAS, etc.
PAUL'S MARKET
Open all day Friday 22nd of Fab.
Washington's Birthday.

SATMUMT
CORONATION sf MAXITZA I
Coronation Ball.
MONOAr
MAMARRACHO NIGHT
Anythtns soaa In nnttinI
HAVE YOU
MADE YOUR
RESERVATIONS
FOR
CARNIVAL
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and mslM aura you'll h*r a table
aT any or all erf tha
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OF CARNIVAL MERRYMAKING
with
ANGELO JASPE ...
& His Orchestra!
VERGARA
& Hi$ Carnival Band!
SVNOAT
POLLXRA NIGHT
FTtaw far tha moat beautiful,
national coatuma.
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NEW GM HYDRAULIC STEERING*
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ON DISPLAY STARTING FEBRUARY 22nd
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FOR SALE
Household______
FOrSSAi-E: 25 cycle 9 *M-
Jkirt. Good condition. 8J3-H,
Bfllboa Rood-___________________
FORTsALE3 pi*ct davenport. Din-
ir* table, vonlry with lore* mlr-
rol Night tobies. 25 cycle refri-
Brator, 2 years guarantee. Ken-
3>rt 4 burner stove, combination
oJtn 'and storaflf. Chandelier,
Bfby crib. Tel. Pedro Mifluel 4-
!FoRTSALE;-^orge refrigerator, 68
qcuTs cubic fee. $75.00. Norg.
! g range $75.00. Coll Ft. Cl.y-
t* 4|28:_____________,
FOR,'SALE~Bargains diningroom
I set. bedroom and livlngroom. Coll
:_2L"
461.
FOR SALE
Automobile
INANCINC
Service Prierm*l and
U.S. Civilian Government Employe
new used ear through
SOVHNMIN1 MPIOYCS HNAHCI
00
Port Worth, Texas
Also Direct
Loans Automobile
Serving oovernmen. employe* on*-
Service Personnel m he Ceno" Zone
lot J4 /eon. With out noncina
your insurance automatically adjusted
to U. S. coverage.
ARUANOSMINTS CAN BE MAD!
THROUGH LOCAL AUTOMOilLI
DfALBR
De re kery* s
WfrPO AM0ot0)*O
toe 2011 -
u.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
'F0IVSA.:Building, 8 opirtment
r Exposition. Produces more than
. 11% nnuely. Easy payment. For
irtlormfltlon see Mr. Fbreoo per-
s*0ly, No. 18 Eost 29th Street.
IS to 12 noon and 3 to 5 p.
dealers.
SALE OR RENT:-Two bed-
.. eottoge in cool El Voile. Tel.
fllnorno 2-2446.
FO**SALE:Land in cool, beautiful
a VALLE vicinity Hotel Pan-
erieone. Large or small lots
eratery priced. Tel. Panama
2446 or Inquire at Hotel.
BARGAIN..
Theftlggest opportunity!!
OtfJ only 20 hectares of rich land
at diol "El Voile." 15 cts per meter.
Less thon I lone) hectare 25 *
See-tV. L. Lum 4fh of Jury Ave.
61. Phone 2-2446.
ISALfciEl Voile, two lots, l'2.-
and 15,000 square meters,
62-meter front on Callej
_ Grande. Rio Anton forming
ir boundary. Situated and priced
facilitate profitable subdivid-
Norman Rocker. '713-A Pra-
Belboa; telephones Residence
S74, office 2-2323.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile "88
2 door sedan, Hydramotic and ra-
dio. Excellent condition. Call Bal-
boa 4437.
MISCELLANEOUS
stes)tesr
...so*
. C. E
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OPYMS STRUCTURE POR SAL
For sale to the highest bidder Build-
ing No. 4, Cameron Place, Poroiso.
Sealed bids will be received m the
office of the Superintendent of
Storehouses at Balboa until 10:30
A. M.. February 25. 1952, when
they will be opened in public. Form
Of proposal with full particulars
may be secured In the offices of
Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal-
boa, and the Housing Manager at
Pedro Miguel.
RESORTS
PkHNea. OceonskJ* cottage*. Sonto
Clara. Box 435. Belboo. Phono
Ponomo 3-1877. CrtatebM 3-1679
Foster's cottages completely furnish*
td, one. two or three bedroom*,
linens, got refrigerators, gat
unges, dishes one) kitchen ware.
Mall a mile beyond Santo Clara
private rood to beach. For in-
formation visit or phone Dogmar,
Tivoli Avenue No. 6, 2-0170,
Panama.
FOR SALE:Black 1949 Chevrolet
Coupe Sedan, 17,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition; latest toble mo-
del Zenith Radio-Record Changer.
60 cycle, all speeds, never used;
New Home portable sewing ma-
chine, Universol motor, almost
new. Phone: Army (Curundu)
83-7129.
FOR SALE:Early 1947 Ford V-
8 Sedan, blue color, rodio, heater,
new seat covers, good tires, $775.
00. Telephone Novy 3755.
Agencias Cosmos, Automobile Row
29, will solve your Auto-Problem.
Tel. Panama- 2-4721. Open oil
doy on Soturday.
WANT TO. BUY 1 CARS CASH
Only 1949 On: 4 door Chevrolet,
Dodge or Plymouth. Not duty paid.
Will see them 4 to 7.
ALVARO FONSICA Hotel Celen
P.-.m.. Tel. 2-0770
WANTED
MfeceOaneona
WANTED TO BUY.Penny operat-
.. ed weighing scales. Anoon P. O.
Box 638.
Help Wonted
57ANTED.Good cook. Apply No.
"/ 8. 46th St. upstairs.
: (Position Offered
WANTED: Aircraft and Engine
'.'^mechanic DC-4 DC-6 experience.
Must hove A and E license end
be first closs mechanic or better.
Apply Branlff Airways Office Fri-
day afternoon or at Toeumen
. Airport after midnight.
WANTED:ExperiencecTnglish and
Spanish stenographer. Write giv-
ing age, experience, etc. Enclose
email photograph. Write E. E.
sx 134. Ponoma.
The
Judges' Bench
For driving exactly twice the
Eaxlmum speed limit on Go.ll-
rd Highway yesterday an 18-
year-old American was lined $25
In the Balboa Magistrate's court.
The defendant. William Henry
Henderson drove his car 80 miles
Osjhour In a 40-mile limit area.
Speeding charges were also
lodged against Na ran jan Singh,
44. East Indian, and Oliver A.
Prince. 33, Panamanian. Roth
wefc both fined $10.
Because he was found sleep- [
ingjta the Tivoli Hotel carpenter
Shop, a 24-year-old Panamanian
was sentenced to 20 days iff Jail
for loitering. The defendant.
TROPIC TOPICS
GO|NG OUTDOORS; Avoid moto*
trouble, let us check your engine.
Expert mechanics ot your service
GREASE AND OIL, Take regular
core of your car let us check
it monthly WHEEL ALIGHNING;
Don't wear your tires lop sided
our BEAR balancing machine will
fix 'it. TROPICAL MOTORS.
fOR SALE: Fresh broiler mash
$7.00 per cwt. sock. Better price
iv larger quantities. Caso del Agrl-
I cultor S. A. 8th and 9th Street.
Amador Guerrero Avenue. Colon
Tel. 1080-L.
FOR SALE:Ford Panel, good con-
dition. $475.00 cosh. No. 83
"B" Avenue, peteies. 'Ponemo,
FOR SAL: 1951 M. G. Sport
Roadster. Very little used, must
sell, seen Friday and Saturday
behind Lutheran Church, Balboa
Road.
FOR SALE:1949 Nosh 4 Door Se-
dan,' 14,000 miles, leather inter-
ior, good condition. Call 25-
2343.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker 5-
passenger coupe. Good running
condition. New bottery. House
163 Pedro Miguel. Phone 4-307.
FOR SALE :-^ 1949 De Luxe Ford
Station Wagon V8 with overdrive,
new tires. 27,000 miles. $900.00.
Call Ft. Clayton 4128.
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PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VEHICLES FOR SALE
Seoled bids will be received until
10:30 A. M. February 28. 1952,
?or two sedans, two pick-up trucks
and one sideseater truck located
at Gatun Garoo*. For informotion
end inspection contact rM. R. Ws
Erickscn. Cristobal, telephone 3-
2157. Bid forms may be obtained
from the above source, or from
office of Superintendent of Store-
houses. Bolboo, telephone 2-2777
FOR SAL:British Humber Cor,'
1950 block four doer sedan. Own-
er leaving Isthmus, must sacrifice.
Coll 2-091 I or 3-0483.
CZ Library Displays
Carnival Exhibit
The Canal Zone Library-Mu-
seum is presenting a display in
the lobby of the Civil Affairs
., Building in celebration of the
Fernando Oarcia has an alias,! Carnival season.
FOR SALE:Will sell $200, credit
for $150. Must be opplled on
sale of new Oldsmobile. Call 4-
492.
FOR SALE:Largo, type Frjgidalre
. A-1 Cond. 5 H. P. gas motor A-
1 Cond. Call 2-2165 any time.
House 0763-C, Williemson Place,
Balboa.
Enjoy o vocation ot Hotel Pon Ame*
ricono, El Vqlle. Phone Panamo
2-1112 for reservations.
FOR RENT
House
FOR RENT:Furnished concrete one
bedroom chalet, modern improve-
ment, in Arraijon 8 miles to Fer-
ry. Philips Place.
TOR SALE:1939 Oldsmobile, Ze-
nith table radio with 45 R. D. M.
record player and records, also two
bicycles, 24 Inch. 2-1335 or
5177 Diablo Hgts. Pink Breeze-
way, house corner Morrison ond
Dovis.
FOR RENT: Home and income
property, concrete block cottage
and two concrete guest cottages,
oil tile red floors., modern bath-
rooms, one bedroom eoch, garden,
fruit. I I -2 miles on Interna-
tional Highway in Arroijan, John-
FOR RENT
Apartments
COMMERCIAL Cr
PROFESSIONAL
We hare everything-
to keep vmir Lawn
Rnd Garden beautiful
dnrinr. the dry season
'Yroif
Hose
Fencing
Sprayers
Sprinklers
Wheelbarrowi
insecucio.es
Fertilisers.
Weedkillers
Fungicide
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
7 Central Ave. Tel. 2-9148
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1718
#22 E. 28th 8t.
FOR SALE:2,500 one-gallon bot-
tle* with plastic screw-on oops.
Used Good condition. Call Colon
1462.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished unfurnished apart-
ments. Maid service optional. Con-
tact office 8061. IO(h Street, New
Cristobal, telephone '386 Colon.
Mothers, child specialists recommend
JUMPINC-JACK Shoes for correct
walking habits from cradle to 4
years. Exclusively of BABYLAN-
DIA. No 40. 44th street. Belle
Vista. Tel. 3-1259.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:--.To bachelors, Indepen-
dent airy room*. Tel. 2-1730,
Panama.
_
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VEHICLES FOR SALE
Seoled bids will be received until
10:30 A. M.. March 13. 1952, for
25- trucks including 14 pick-up, 4
sideseater. 3 stake. 3. panel and 1
aump, located 'ot-Coeatf- Garage. For
Information and inspection of vehi-
cles contact Mr. R. H. Ford, Ancon,
telephone 2-2175. Bid forms may
be obtained from the above source,
or from office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, telephone 2-
2777.
LOST b FOUND
LOST:One string green beads in
front of Colon Lottery Office. Call
Margarita 8208-B, Crlstobol 3-
1008. Reword.
PANAMA BROKERS. INC.
Hotel El Panana
Buys: Brewery.
Sells: Abbatoir.
Ttl. 3-4719 3-1680
MODERN FURNITURE
CUSIOM-BUU/I
Slipcover Reapbolitery
visn ove .aaow.aoom
alberta Hera
J. r. < la Osea ft (AetoaaoMi* )
free Erttaut Pickup A Deliver
Tal. S-4M8 H.-*e a.s*. la ::** a.at.
FOR RENT:Magnificent commer-
cial space On Central Avenue and
U Street. Call Panama, phone 3-
076O,
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE:Royol Enefield 500 c.c.
750 miles. Special price. Inquire
Rodelog, S. A., Plaza 5 de TvVoyo.
Tel. 2-2847, Panam.__________
Mcllhenny Is 1952
Chairman Of Red
Cross Fund Campaign
atesceno Navarro
On two charges. Daniel Llo- The main attraction of the
Ml. Blanco was fined $20. The exhibit, which Is located In the
14-year-old Panamanian was lighted exhibit ease to the en-
foioid driving his bus without a trance to the building. Is a hand
made "montuno," lent for
driver's license and without a
valid certificate of Inspection.
Pot parking in a bus stop
Windex Harry Brown 26. Pan-
rhfenlan was fined 15.
| 20 lo
DISCOUNT
n all long playing
RECORDS
dWical imd popular
during Fabruary
Agenciis Daz
J7th Street No. It
Visiting Clerics
To Preach Sermons
At Christ Church
Announcement of sp e c 1 a 1
preachers to bo heard at Christ
Church By-the-Sea. Colon, has
been mde by the rector, Rev.
Malnert J Peterson.
At the 7! 30 Vesper Service on
Sunday, the sermon will be de-
livered by the Rev. William
OMnn. who recently came to this
diocese of- the Episcopal Church
and Is now stationed in Coat*
Rica as priest in charge of St.
Mary's Church. Siquirres.
The congregation also will
have the opportunity of hearing
the Right Rev. David E. Rich-
ards. Suffragan Bishop of the
diocese of Albany, as he is sched-1
uled to preach at the 7:80 serv-
ice on Ash Wednesday.
Bishop Richards, a former!
clergyman of this diocese, arriv-
ed here recently to be present at
the Annual Convocation of the I
churches In the Missionary Dis-
trict of the Panama Canal Zone
and has been fulfilling preach-
ta'engagements In many of the!
Isthmian parishes.
On Ash Wednesday there will
be two celebrations of the Eu-
charist, the first beginning at
5:30 a.m.. and the second at B
a.m. Distribution of ashes will
be at all services for the day.
Phi Theta Kappa
To Have Admiral
As Guest Sneaker
Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-
INSTANT
Fat-Free Powdered MM
(fortified with Vitamin D)
for
DRINKING
la for
COOKING
for
WHIPPING
Farm fresh
Flaw!
On Sale In
P. C. Co Commissaries.
FOR YOl'R HEALTH
CONSULT:
Dr. B. L. STONE
Chiropractor
STONE CLINIC
7th St. ft Justo Arosemena
Ave. Coln Tel. 457
TRAVEL ANYWHERE
Without Worry Or Care
The reverie side of the exhibit
case features pictures of an
earlier carnival as depicted in
Abbot's 'Panam and the Canal
in Picture and Fraao,* a loan
from Mrs. William Stevenson of
Oamboa. as well as a series of
minute native batacalled Pe-
nonomeftos. which are a gift to
the Museum from Mrs. J. Bart
ley Smith.
The Native Village Scene, a
i loan to the Library earlier In
(the year from Mrs. Lupe de *l-
""o and Mrs. Ella de Al'pro o'
snam. will be on exhibit unt'
he close of the carnival season
the
occasion by J. Bartley Smith of
Balboa Heights.
In addition to the montuno.
there are a native hat, color pic-
tures of both a pollera and a
montuno, as well as descriptive jsoe has accepted the Invitation
notes describing native costumes >f the Canal Zone Junior Collage
and dances. | chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, to
,be guest speaker on "Scholar-
ship Day" at the Initiation ce-
remony in cllete assembly at
9:30 a.m. Friday.
As In the past members of the
National Honor Society to both
Balboa High School and Cristo-
bal High School will be Invited'
to spend -the day at the college
visiting classes, laboratories, re-
hearsal!, and activities, as well
is the formal assembly program.
On "Scholarship Day1" to the
local college a considerable
number of visitors always at-
tend the Phi Theta. Kapps aa-
-njriv at the oollrge. M*nv
~*"'nent v* --s pre r*\pccted.
id everyone is Invited.
I. F. McILHENNY
Appointment of I. F.^'Tad)
Mcllhenny of Balboa Heights as
chairman of the 1952 Red Cross
Fund Campaign was announced
today by the Canal Zone Chap-
ter, American Red Cross.
He will be assisted by Mrs.
Oracelyn Johnston of Balboa,
vice chairman: Neil H. Wilson
of Cristobal, chairman Atlantic
Side (Canal Zone) committee; S.
Scollay Moore, chairman. Pan-
ama City committee: Ernest S.
Baker, chairman, commercial ac-
tivities committee; Wm. Jump,
chairman, local rate communi-
ties committee and Stanley o.
Loney. vice chairman.
Mcllhenny brings to his new
responsibility a wide background
of participation and leadership
in civic and community affairs.
He is a past president of the Pa-
cifie Civic Council and of the
General Committee of Canal
Zone Civic Councils.
His experience In fund rais-
lnr Includes supervision of Com-
munity Chest campaigns and the
vice chairmanship of lost year's
Red Cross Fund campaign.
It Tivoli Ave. raa C-2BM
Long Dynasty Takes Beating;
Has Good Comeback Record
Atlantic Camera
Club Enjoys Fine
Program At YMCA
The Atlantic Camera Club en-
joyed an unusually fine pro-
gram when it met in the Armed
Services T. M. C. A. on Monday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Belland.
co-chairmen of the color divi-
sion, presented the Diablo Ca-
mera Club's "flowers of Latitude
Nine." a fine collection of color
slides showing the flowering
trees and shrubs of the Isth-
mus.
A well-written commentary
accompanied the slides which
heightened the enjoyment of
the many guests who attended
the meeting.
A class in dark-room procc-
rt_res under the direction of F.
J. Moumnblow will begin as
soon as aufflcient members have
signed up. This class will be
limited to ten and members who
wish to ioln will please call
Mrs. Scheibeler (1-2171) so that
clasaaa may get undar way as
soon as possible.
Tb Pictorial Division or At-
lantic Camera Club will meet
on March J. at which Uu'e Mr.
C. C Sopar, director of Eaat-
rii Kodak Company's Tropical
r-rch I .Tratory will lecture
uu ciose-up photography.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 51 (UP)
A honey-voiced country Judge
with a reform platform and a
makeshift organisation rode to
the governorship of Louisiana
yesterday in the greatest land-
slide majority ever scored against
the magic vote-getting Long ma-
chine.
At no time since the Long poli-
tical dynasty was established by
the late Sen. Huey P. (Kingfish)
Long in 1928, had the Longs or
any of their candidates received
a beating at the polls such as
that administered yesterday by
tall, sandy-haired Robert F.
Kennon of the north Louisiana
hill country.
His stunning victory was over
Carlos O. 8paht, a sontter Judge
of Baton Rouge, and Gov. Earl
Long's personal choice for gov-
ernor.
With most of the returns to
from Tuesday's Democratic run-
off primary, which is tanta-'
mount to election in one-party,
Louisiana, Kennon, who twice
before had bowed to the Longj,
held a big majority.
Returns from 1.986 of the
state's 2,112 precincts gave Ken-;
non 455,044 to 278.911 for Spaht,
a lead of 176,133 votes.
Bpaht, however, had conceded
defeat earlier in the day and had
offered Kennon "best wishes for
a successful administration." He
said he had no apology or alibi.
The surprising victory ended,
at least temporarily, the 24-year
dominance of Louisiana politics
by the Long*.
But observers were quick to
point out that the Longs have
been down before and came
back.
The Kingfish started the dyn-
asty when he was elected govern-
or In 1928, defeating two other
candidates In the first primary.
Four years earlier he had been
low man to a three candidate
flein
Huey went on to the U.S. Sen-
ate on the platform of "every
man a king,'' while his hahd-
picked candidate, O.K. Allen,be-
came governor during one of the
several bitter quarrels between
brothers Huey and Earl.
Earl ran for lieutenant govern-
or on the opposition ticket and
was defeated.
The Kingfish was assassinated
In a captol corridor in 1911.
But the Long forces supported
Richard W, Leche and he was
elected governor to 1936, with
Earl as lieutenant governor. Bart
became governor in 1939 after
the Louisiana scandals resulted
in the indictment and resigna-
tion of Leche,
From then on, Earl took over
control of the Long forces.
Despite the scandals. Bart
nearly beat reform candidate
Sam H. Jones for the governor-
ship In 1140. > .
In 1B44, the Long candidate
was beaten, but Earl came back
strong four years later to be
elected governor by piling up a
landslide majority over Jones.
Although Kennon's victory will
move a Long from the governor's
mansion, Russell Long, Ef",
nephew and son of the Kingfish,
is U.S. Senator.
Russell and his uncle were
split \n the Jan. 15 Democratic
primary. _
Young Long backed S. Rep
Hale Boggs, who finished third
in the race. Russell kept "hands
off" in the second primary.
Kennon ran second in the pri-
mary, although he had only a
minimum of newspaper support
of the seven defeated candidates
this time, plus anti-Long lead-
ers.
The drawling Judge ran on a
platform of strict economy in
state government plus a promise
to lower the state's nine-cent-a-
gallon gasoline tax to seven
cents.
He credited his victory for the
"independent people of Louisia-
na," and predicted It would be
the "beginning ot the end" for
"Longlsm" In Louisiana.
US Visitor Lauds
Home Economics
Department Here
"The Home Economics De-
partment established at the Ins-
titute of Agriculture in Divisa
under the guidance of Dr. Bar-
tholomew and Miss Flora Friend
is on* of the most advanced I
have seen," Miss M*na Hogan
aid today after a three-day vis-
it to this organlaztion.
Miss Hogan U a consultant
with the Office of Foreign Agri-
culture Relations. Department of
Agriculture In Washington. D.C
She is here on a visit which will
include Peru. Ecuador. Bolivia,
and Costa Ric to leam shout
the progress of tb* Point Pour
program.
She visited also the Institute
of Inter-American Affairs office
in Panama and the Fervicio Co-
operativo Interamori e a n o de
Educacin, which carries out ru-
ral education and home life pro-
lecU.
A graduate from the U-nlyersl-
ikjr of Wisconsin, where she re-
celved bar Bachelor of Science
Degree la Agriculture. Mia* Ho-
gan has Just oowpleted a tour of
I MI
Marina Crtarura
I Anwer to Previous Fusile
2 Accustoms
srsliehood
4 Left side (sb.)
8 Festival
6 Passage in the
brain
1 Asterisk
srjaaalgod
9 Behold!
,WPd**n
11 Observe
12 Rates
17 Older (ab
20 r?ot crying
21 Godparents
24 Ebb
26 Waken
HOBIXONTAL
1 Depicted ash
It has a-------
snout
18 Liqueur
14 Scent
15 Color
IB Rips
IS Greek letter
1 Measure ei
area
20 Fright*
22 Psych* part
2 Simple
26 Step
27BewlM*red
28 Mineral rocks jj e> Dvl
2 Credit (ab.) "
30 Negative reply i a m
21 Hebrew deity '
82 Diminutive of
Susan
28 We* borne
29 Capital of
Norway
38 War god of
Greece
Peruse
40 Nickel
(symbol)
41 Decide*
47 "Sioux State"
(ab.)
48 Obtain
50 Billiard hot
81 Playing card
12 Sethi eoa
(Bib.)
54 Digresses
56 Greek portico
IT Mo*t severe
VWTICAL
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island
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84 East
36 Spear*
37 Strangest
42From (prolix)
48 Small children
44 Wait*
allowance
48 Affection
46 Arabian
prince
48 Ateo
81 Goddeu ef
Infatuation
IS Samarium
(ymbol)
88 One
st chief signal
Mr. Truman Gets New
Communications Car
President Truman's new rail-
road communications car was
completed and delivered recent-
ly, ready for service.
It replace* a 1914. baggage car
which was In need of extensive
repairs and required payment of
87.000 a year rental to the rail-
roads. The new car to owned by
the Army and. even after allow-
ing for matatenano';costs. will
save approximately MA00 year
of the fomer.,rentaljBnarges.
dp
The car, ttow^*
"Oeneral Albefl J."
honor of the first
officer of the Army, was remod
eled in St. Louis. Mo. at a cost
of 8119,354. It'waa outfitted by
the Signal Corf* with ri*ne-te-
letype, telegraph, telephone *nd
other communications equip-
ment, including two Diesel pow-
er units cspable of supplying
power for the entire train in an
emergency.
While usually known as the
President's communications car,
It Is In reality a part of the De-
partment of Defense's emergen-
cy facilities ,for both military
purposes arid for cooperation
with the Red Cross in disaster a-
reas. The old car was made a-
vallable for such non-president-
ial duties on various occasions.
The principal equipment of
the car enables instantaneous
communications at all times
with the Whit* House and with
military installation* all over
the world.
RP Interioranos
Colonizing Land
In Pacora Hills
Fertile farm land in the
mountains of Pacora, some 25
miles east of Panam City, are
being "colonised" by Panama-
nian farmers from Los Santos.
The "colonisation"the first
involving Panama's own nation-
alsha* been gradually going on \
Since .1947.
Farmer* and sharecroppers in
the central province of Los San-
tos started colonising govern-
ment-owned property in Pacora
when some Los Santos farm
lands were found to be arid and
unsuitable for farming.
Four townsLoma Linda, La
Mesa, San Miguel and Correara
have prung up there Inca
the "Santeftos'' started colon-
lng to Pacora.
Settlers in the four towns pool-'
ed their resources some time ago
to buy four trucks to haul pro-
duce to the market here and are
aid to be doing so well that the
trucks paid for themselves In a
few short months.
They are handicapped, how-
ever, by the fact that there Is no
bridge over the Pacora river and
during the rainy season the set-
tlers are forced to leave their
trucks on the rlter bank this side
of Panam and "float" their
goods over from the other side
when the river is swollen.
NOTICE
Effective this date, DARNLEY or DANIEL QASKIN
is no longer connected with this company. Therefore,
we will not be responsible for any transaction carried
out by him in the name of the company.
PANAMA AUTO, S.A.
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LOOK YOUR BEST
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several Em opean countries
leamine about their programs to
home economies.
Miss Hogan 1* very lnterestec
in learning about Latin Ameri
can costoms due to the fac
that she to in charge of thr
School for Latin Aaserican Stu-
dents specialising to home econ-
omics under US Government
'grants is Washinaion. D.C '
CMnTHJS
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MR. KELSO HONORED WITH SUPPER PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Frank t. Scott, of Colon, entertained with
a buffet suaner at their realdenee laat evening to honor
their heuseguest. Mm, H. H. Kelso at IndlaBapafla, Ind.
Mr, feelao arrived plane Monday far a abort visit an
the Isthmus.
Mr. and Mrs, White and thtir
guest will spend the weekend at
Santa Clara.
Dwlfttt Ring Celebrate
Birthday Anniversary
Commander an dMra.
Commander an dMrs. W. r. ",*"' Hedv Urge hunks
King of the coco Solo Naval Sta- *' p'y.r Lrioff ofiuti
luncheon at American Confuate Junto Centenario will
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whita- music for the dancing,
ker had an Informal luncheon at
the United States Consulate yes-
terday .
Their uests were: Ambassador
H. 8. Burslev, Mr. Duncn
White, ot Washington. DC. Mr.
psd Mrs. Henry Owens of Pro-
vidence, Rhode Island and Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Motta.
furnish
Carnival Dances in Colon
The Coronation of Queen Ja-
net I will be held at the Colon
Ftadlum Saturday evening. Feb.
28. The coronation will be fol-
lowed bv a dance at the Strang-
ers Club.
Dances will be held
clubs du.lng the Carn>v
end.
at
both
i wees-
Gatan Star Club Meeting
The oatun Star Club met
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Whitman P- Oarrett In
Oatun. with Mrs. Kerdls Meeks
and Mrs. Fred Wllloughbv a
co-hostesses. ,
Mrs. Meeks. president, presid-
ed at the business meeting,
which was followed by an even-
In; of cards.
A Valentine theme was used
. tv, ntnarsbv the hostesses and red bou
Admission to the ^StranRers n rjd ff r0Mg cen
Club is by invitaron or an ad-,*- b ff t table ^
mission fee of $2.00 par parson, i* ^ wKe |Bted at jn,,^,,,,,^
.. wiiTil^Trin. oiiih win tables covered with pastel cloths
The Los Mllhonarios Club hi Th|> vl(tofr.il Blft waa r8cei,e celebrate the Carnival with a
dance at the Monaco Garden.
Queen Rosa Oliva will reign over
this festival with the following
malda of honor: Misses Oertru-
dia Cummins. Amalia Soils. Rita
Cowen and Gloria Vas.
Victor McDonald and the Con-
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
If! HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD. (NBA) Ex-' Marsh
clualyely Yours: Hedy Lamarr
has definitely decided to atar in
Interlude," with filming to be
done in Mexico. It's one of those
whopphig percentage deals that
was married to the late
RUTH MILLETT Says
When we talk about awoman'a
letting herself go," we usually
refer to her looks. We mean she
of
111. Isn't as Interested In looking her
wrote b... _. _u, m*. ,.. iirvirt a
eon party at their quarters y<
;os comp"
young son. Dwlght, on
terday, to
tlon. entertained with a lunch-
their quarters yt_
compliment their
_ wight, on hi fifth
birthday anniversary.
A George Washington theme
waa used and the children were
seated at a table decked with
streamer of red, white and blue.
and bright stars. The little girls
received nosegays of candles and
sunbonnet hats, a la Martha
Washington. The boy received
cash over a period of years.
Margaret Mitchell, who >
"Gone With the Wind." the plc-,b,Mt. M 8be w** onee upon
mv\wdWOn HttUe ***" But there are many ways in
___ I which a woman may let herself
A quick shot of two bums in *- are Ju8t M much oi *
j^^^^^^v^- ess. ?ias?EwKi
TV's "comedv Hour." isn't ad-Pal and hi associate. Y. Frank
mlttlng that he Is planning more Freeman. Jr.
Claire TrevoTVhose TV ap-
pearances have been limited to
commercial blurbs about wrist
watches, jumps Into the live are-
na with
shows from
did it because Bud Abbott U a
close friend." Errol aid. You
might say it was an act of char-
ity."
"The Sea Around Us." Rachel
so wrapped up in her family that
she has no time for friend.
She may let herself go when it
comes to outside interest*. That
is exactly what she does If she
fails to replace worn-out lnter-
- ests with new ones, or become a
eriM S dramatic half-hearted member of a nutn-
New York TabS ber of organizations, instead of a

Watt. 100.000 *! Moot
Presents
Feb. 21
Today, Thursday.
P.M.
3:80Musis lor Thursday
4:00Pahamusica Story Time
4:15Negro Spirituals
4:80What' Your Favorite
6:00Stand By for Adventure
: 15Evening Salon
7:00Make Believe Ballroom
1:80BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW .
7:46Listen to Gregory Peck
(Crusade For Freedom)
8 00World News and Com-
mentary (VOA)
: 15Arts and Letters i:80Radio University (VOA)
8:45C o m nj e n t atpr's Digest
1:0O*-Th Country' House. (BBCi
9:80Take It from Here (BBC i
10:00HOTEL, BL PANAMA
10:15Mualoal interlude
10:80Moonlight Mood
HiOOThaOwiaNest. -
12:00Sign Off
Friday. Feb. 12
AM
: 00Sign n and Alarm clock
1 SORequest Salon
S:l*News (VOA)
:$&Morning Varieties
:45Music Makers
9:00New -
9.15Come and Get It
9:80As I See It
10:00News
10:06Off the Record
11:00News *
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:80Meet the Band
13:00-News
P.M.
12 ;0>Luncheon Music
12:80 Popular Music
1:00News
1:15Personality Parade
1:45American Favorite
i a ftAmerican Journal (VOA)
) 2:1Songs of France , S;|uAfternoon Melodies
2:46Battle of the Bands
3 00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
S:JOMusic for Friday
4-00Muslo Without Word
4:15VOA Stamp Club (VOA)
4 go What's Your Favorite
6:00Stand By For Adventure
:1b Evening Salon
7:00Animal World (BBC) |
|7 :i0Sports Review
7:46Listen To Gregory Peek
S:00New, Commentary
(Voice of America i
8:15 Opera Concert (VOA)
1:4Commentators Digest
(VOA)
S:Q0Short Story Theatre
(VOA)
(9:10London Studio Concerts
(BBC)
lo:00Cavalcade oi America
(VOA)
(10:10Adventures of PC 4
(BBC)
J 1:00The Owls Nejt
U:00-.m.-igapl
J Explanation of SynaboU
JOAvoice of Ametiea
BBCBritUh Broadcasting Corp
DOFRadlodiffualon Francalse
1 V Ita tehoto bovara^
y it contala no atimulaat
V it boipa yoa eajoy e reetful atoef
' it'a prepared right in tha-etn
The visitor's gift was received
bv Mrs. Julia Magglorl. the only
auest for the evening. Mrs.
Charles Leeser won the door
price.
Prises for bridge were won by
Mrs. John Fahnestock and Mrs.
Fred Schwartz. The canasta
prizes went to Mrs. George
poole, 8r,. Mrs. Leeser and Mrs.
Henry Shirk,.
The other members present
were: Mrs. Arthur Albright. Mrs.
William Badders. Miss Jewell
Ammons. Mrs. Starford Church-
Ill Mrs. Leon Egolf. Mrs. Curtis
George, Mf. Marie Gorman,
Mrs. Ralph Hannrs. Mr. Wlll-
lem Hughes, Mrs. Porter Mc-
Han, Mrs. Fred Newhard, Mrs.
Garland Orr. Mrs. R. L. Pen-
nlnston. Mrs. George Poole. Jr
and Mrs. Sam Rowley.
The next meetln? will be held
at the home of Mrs. George
Poole, Br., with Mrs. George
Poole. Jr. and Mrs. J.W.L. Gra-
ham as co-hostesses.
The young guests were: Candy
Koepke, Nora Lynn Stevens,
Brookle Jennings. Nancy Tomlln,
Susie Darily. David Applequlst.
Michael Leahy. Jeffery Barlow,
Dennis Chandler, Becky Lee,
Sharon Tucker and Janet 8ch-
weltaer.
"Stew and Stomp" ,
Was Successful Dance
The
dance ...
fleer Club was a very successful
affair, with the square dancing
club from Margarita adding to
the pleasure of the, evening.
A handsome bamboo screen
had been donated as a door prize
by the Philippine Rattan Furni-
ture Store and waa woh by Mr
C. C- Curtis, who Is connected
with the Supply Department on .
the Station.
A pair of collection dolls were
raffled and were won by Don
Johnson of Margarita.
Visitor from Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lanier,
of Amexicus, Georgia, arrived
lat week for a two-week visit
with Mr. and Mr*. Harold S.
White of Brazos Heights.
Sh^UTk'oib?.^^
ISffi. JESS H^d. r SMiF^"^?
The curTent Gold Medal Award Dinner >s'thing that reqvilre_ much
been set for Feb. 11 at the Mm-thought, she U letting her mind
bassy Room of the Ambassador go. ......
Hotel \ She may let herself go in terms
TlaTavlor U thetlritnd Bill' Silvano Magano, the earthy of self-confidence and Mlf-wll-.
hn'rh^n Vast Ier- *k ex-lennls champ, is over with someone eUe. or who Is
han t been cat. Iroachlng Katharine Heoburn for!forever apo oglalng Is surely let-
Tnh ..~r"hta romimee her racket-wielding in "Pat and,trng her self-confidence go.
with .uUry Lina Romay: *; Mike "She plays a. profession, She may let herself go in ma-'
ucceuful Dance the original tlUe. The current
W ?ew,dB8 n? tag, "The Girl Who Had Every-,
held at the Coco Solo Of- fh?' ,i.. ,t .j_,i
niuh was a verv successful tMn*- lsn l lmBI-
v. ...fir,, t In. onmav' isaiae. one piays a proie.5ionii ou* hi.y ,. -
Tl^nfVthinV fSmt of us>dv athlete who's also a whiz at.riy ways that make her less of a
sserC'shea^ceglrVryl1^ baseball, basketball andlperson Negleetin. her looks 1,
Change of Address
Lt, and Mr. H. J. Thornton
and family, moved Wednesday
from the Coco Solo Naval Station
to the 1th Naval District.
Dans Dilemma f
Dan's pockets had no silver
llnitu.
For some money he wa fining!
men a P. A Want Ad he
tgnted
Got a iob .now he's delighted:
BIRDS EYE
PEACHES
Bcue in or out of seaeoB,
you enjey a just-oicked flavor!
Perfect fruit, waate-fro^aUcad.
uaared, ready to erve!

pi^parod right in th cup
witb bet watar or milk
Sat rOSTUM i4y
ad wy W
Gyarantoed to be the faoat
SU7onn uality, every timtl
Mr. Gregory t Be
Honored with Shower
A morning coffee and hand-
kerchief shower Is being plan-
ned by the Cristobal
Club for 9:30 a.m..
February 26 to honor Mrs Ray-
mond R. Gregory.
All friends of Mrs. Gregory are
Invited to Join the club members
for a visit with their friends, who
is leaving March 2 for Florida.
been out with "her half a dozen
times, that's all"
keet shooting.
|Just one of the way.
B. N. Stokes
Attending Party
at Balboa Heights
Mr. and Mr.
and Mr.
Adams
Tuesday evening to _
party given by Mr. and Mrs. H.
L. Donovan at their home at
Balboa Height.
You've heard the walls of ac-
tors gbout the rigors Of doing
live TV.
Now lend an ear to Mary An-
derson's account' of what an ac-
tress goes through working In a
Hollywood-made short film for
TV.
"I'd show up at the studio at 7
wnmoVk'to toe mornmg and work until 10
tSmV nlht'" moane,d M,ry...".b0,i '
ay,lher starring role In "Mardl
Oras," one of the features In the,
"Unexpected" series.
"I was on my feet the entire
time. The pace was killing. How
the crew stands lt. I don't know.
"But you know something? It
was fur).*'
BALBOA
STARTS SATURDAY!
fS2SB?"SBM~
ItR
as
Shipping &
Air Line News
(Continued from Page FOUR)
Study: Miss Barbara Slavin: Mr.
and Mrs. John C. Turrell; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Whltton and
on; Mr. and Mrs. Walter J.
Wilkinson: Mr. and Mrs. Court-
ney Yennl; Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
bert N. Zlellnskl: Sgt. John A.
Zwilling; and Mrs. Irene M.
Zwllllng.
Rock Hudson, who looks
and.Mrs. Wllljam E. enough like Robert Ryan to be
crossed the Isthmus n|, brother, will co-star with
attend .the Ryan In UI's "The Texas Man."
HI role: Ryan's brother....
Scott Brady's heartsick. Hal Wal-
1U offered him his top salary to
date to olav the muscular college
lad in "Come Back. Little She-
ba." but UI and Fox said ;*No."
Saturdays twin bill at &> Ly-
ceum children's matinee In
Cleveland, Ohio, is one for the
book. The- films: "Lave Nest
and "Let's Mate H Legal."
111 ''
There's a serious wobble in the
marriage of actress Dolores Mo-
ran and Producer Benedict Bor-
geauj.
Morgan mayo Nelson,
lDcille norman S. I SAKALL DAVID BUTLER
. Mtnv CW*. naf KiMm Pit* M*w mwn'
BE SURE
yOU6ET
ALL 3
f. usroorm
BICAUSt IT 16
ioo% pu*e comi
te mmc
MOfOr-NOMOUMM
tEAt>y IN All IN5TANT
S. THRIFTY, TOO/
U5CR5 SKt.'HMtlCUPS
TMN A POUND OF OU ND
comiiAHvuzms
NO WASTl
Ilit $o*o*ni lit mi hmim!
JT'IOO*. PURk
Ailing Hattle McDanlel nerked
no when ahe received flowers!
from John Marsh of Atlanta, Oa
.ABOUT
JJi^l?.^
rra ovtrrnig
3K
'anama
Canal theaters
Shewing Tonight!
BALBOA
ir-CaadlUoncd
Victor M*TUE Hdy LAMARR
Samson and Delilah (Technicolor)
DIABLO HTS.
:1S A t:l
COCOL/
:IS 1M
Ann SHRIPAN Jok CARSON
'THE DOUGHGIRLS"
r,ia..v great yiaeouai haid"
Friday SXLB LB OKAWP"
iDkC MIGUEL
15 S:M
Kirk DOUOtAB nor f ARKIR
"DETECTIVE STORY"
GAMBOA
titS
GAT UN
Trti ASTAIOT! a SlW KOTTOII
"LET'S DANCE" (ftchiiicolor)
fr>dr STAGE TO TtJCSOM" | M
(Meat?
fr*d McMURRAV Dr^othy McGUTS
"Cotloway Went Thotawoy"
TOROS
AT

MARGARITA
:1S S:St
William POWB.L Irana DUNNE
"Lifd With Fathar" rTecftnico/or;
Friday "ALOMO TBS! _OaAT_pryU>K"_
CMSTOBAL
Alr-CnnrillloMd
tt S:3I
Vivian LEIGH e Marlon BRANDO
'STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE"
Friday "FOrr WOTH"
8 reasons why you should visit the beautiful Chalet
in 'C and TV Streets in 'El Cangrejo'
to be raffled coining Sunday:
1) It'a the most beautiful houa ever raffled.
2> If completely, most elegantly furnished.
All equipments are reliable, well known the world over. .^.
it The chalet Is located In the town's most fashionable residential section.
S) At only M 00 a ticket It's a bargain you can't afford to mis
6 you'll regret not having seen it and hearing your friends tu about it.
7> Hurry! Only few days left. The raffle Is to take place NEXT sjtjijday.
8) MOO wont make you any poorer, but If you win this chalet you certainly
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity t Drive from Via Bspafiarlnto Via
Argentina one block, turn to the left, drive another block and there U the
house of your dreams!
Tickets may be purchased at- the chalet.
NOTE- For your convenience the last tickets for the raffle will be sold at
Plaza de la Lotera Sunday. February J4, the day o
LA MACARENA RING
in Son Francisco Garden
SUNDAY Feb. 24th at 4:30 p.m.
INSTANT
COFFE*
LUX-TODAYi
[Shows Start at 2:
:55. 5:25,7:13. 9:
tfltf>
with
Ann MILLER Ktngn WYNN Paula I
CECILIA -JODAY
- PLU
Mkkey Booney Sally
rorro*, in
THE STRir
with Loo* Araastroac
4 Orchestra.
ArmHIHa de Espaa
Distinguished -Matador"
FOUR
(4)
BULLS
will be fought and killed.
We are pleated to u*
oouoce that we have
obtained the bulls frota
GregOrO Puebla Miguel Aagel Grinaldof
'rosa Mxico
Box Seata..... ..... $3.00
Sh General ArimiltaBcr........ 1-00
featured ia jowr commisaary.


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY II, lWt

Races
Tomorrow
!lst Race 'T-1' Natives6? i Frs.;
Purse: 1275.00Pool Closes 12:45j
First Race of the Doubles
1orguliosa F. Arosemena 114x
2Resorte B. Pulido 120
3Welsh Money M. Hurley 112
4Cosa Linda O. Cruz 117
5Tap Girl V. Castillo 118
6-Don Arcelio A. Mena 111
7Sin Fin O. Prescott 117
8Golden Babe Jos Rodgz. 118
>*t Patrick Vs. Goriii:
Venezuela Leads Tourney
_o-----
The Panam Pro League Champion Carta Vieja
Yankee team tonight will send righthander Hisel
(Pat) Patrick t othe mound against Puerto Rico's
Charles Gorin in an effort to break into the win
column in the Caribbean Series championship at
the Panam Olympic Stadium.
add to hta rete The Havana Jorgensen's homer and got a run 7-Tapsy /fi1.^ 19
night but there was a last mln- Luis Si. Clalr's single oft Hidal- betting.^
ctr tSSBt ThC Same CU,d ^"i^Thl San Juan team tied the 3rd Race "1-2" Wf**-' Frs
CUTh^ first game tonight will be score In toe seventh when Ellls| Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 1 Ao
between the serles leding Ven- Deal blasted a homer high over,
Win Against Pto. Rico
CARIBBEAN SERIES
Venezuela
Cuba
Puerto Rico
Panam
V C PR P Won Lost Pt;
OB
z 0
0 x
0 0
0 0
9 1 1 0 1000 ^
0 0 0 0 .000 ft
z 0 0 0 .000
0 x 0 1 .000 1
0 1 i 1
Lost 0 I
Last Nlgbt'i Result
At Olympic Stadium: Puerto Rico 8, Cuba 3 (10-lnnlngi)
Venezuela 2, Panam 1 ill-innings).
Tonight's Games
At Olympic Stadium: Venezuela vs. Cub
Panam vs. Puerto Rico.
(First game starts at 8:00 p. to.)
THE BOX SCORES
First Game
CUBA
ue'a"Cervecera Caracas nine the 340-foot mark after' Olmo| 1-Delhi
and Cuba's Havana team. singled. That ended the scoring 2-D.D.T.
Owner-manager Mike Gonza- for the night.
Ies of Havana will most likely .
use Jack Collum tonight against The second game was a brll-
Jos de la T. (Carraoi Bracho, Hani pitching duel between Dave
who Is expected to be Puerto Rl-, Thomas o Panama and Johnny
*.A.
can manager Jos Casanova's
choice to start the game. How-
ever, there Is the possibility that
Casanova may call on his acfc, Al
Papal, to try to take a toe-hold
On the series lead.
Last night a capacity crowd
was on hand (or the series
Hetkl of Venezuela.
Panam dented the plate
first with Jim Cronin's long
home run drive over the right
field fence in the fifth inning
ii give Panam a 1-0 lead.
The margin siood until the sev- L,-------
enth when Hctor Benitez Re- 6Volador
dondo led off with a grounder to 7Filigrana
3crond for an easy om then Far-1
SERIES OFF TO BRILLIANT
START (Top) President Alclbi-
ades Arosemena throws out the
i [irst ball to get the IV Caribbean
Series off to a colorful start. Also
in the picture are George Traut-
|man. president of the National
Association of Professional Base-
; ball Leagues; Ral Arango, pres-
,/ 'ident of the Caribbean Confed-
4th Race "E''Natives 6'a Frs ratlon an Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20 aiue: charles Hurth, president
3Black Bull
4Salcedo
5Lacnico
B. Pulido 120
A. Mena 114
F. Rose 120
J. Phillips 120
V. Castillo 113
1Domino
2Winsaba
3BIJagual
4Raymond
5Vlllarreal
League; Charles Hurth, president
of the Southern Association.
(Center) Members of the Car-
ta Vieja Yankees greet Jim Cron-
in at home' plate after Cronin's
bases empty homer In the fifth
inning gave the Yankees a 1-0
uunuu icu u4 ji*m a iiviwiih -i .0. lead over Cervecera Caracas in
3crond for an easy om then Far- ------ ,,, last night's econd game.
rell Anderson popped out tOiSth Race E' ImvortedIN !i"
rd Luis Oliveros hit aground- Parse: 5550.00 Pool CHwes2:5Si ------- ..-j
r to Panam shortstop Frank, 'Crusade For Freedom' Han?lirap
-' n wi'O momentarily hobbled11Montlelito V. Castillo iu
the ball then threw wide of first 2Ph. Apollo B. Aguirre US thU>d for tne flrst out oi the ta
to move to. 3Ave. Road J. Contreras u -.------....i-----# k- *..
Quiniela
E. Sllvera 109
O. Chanis 105
V. Castillo 112
J. Contreras 108
A. Mena 110
J. Phillips 108
B. Pulido 114
.Bottom! Joe. TuminelH makes
a close forceout play as Dalmiro
Finol of Venezuela slide into
tal eleventh inning of the second
^Alligator J. Bravo 120 I ^^^ks'Von by
"" ________7iioi!> 2-1 over Panama
Vene-
The
openers in which Cuba and
,"-'Ptierto.Rlco battled ten Innings
, to a 3-3 tie in the first game
;.ind Venezuela edged Panama
2-1 In eleven actlr-packed In-
', ":?K% Cuba-Puerto Rico game,.- .tig Oliveros
. (Juna drew first blood wltii three second.
' Blfl runs In the upper fifth when Fi eher Het!:i then dropped a .- zuela 2-1 over Fanam
rSlcher jSidrs Flcitas led off pop fly double to right ffeM to(6th RaceH" Ii~*e--1 rp.. game.winning run had^already
with a double to left, shortstop; u...o t:oine. the tying run. Parse: WJ0.O0 PmIOosm .jj
Hidalgo sacrificed to move him No further scoring took place F.rst Rare of the "***
to third base, pitcher Bill Ayers1 imt the eleventh vvhen Wllmer i_Clpayo V. alkefl rielit fielder Crespo Fields singled off Thomas' glove, 2Rocky C. Lino 117
-Banned out to the catcher but lor his third safe hit of the night. 3-Mlss Fairfax B. Agir 120
K?rh1r big leaguer Jo^hnny Jo?- Dalmiro Finol then bunt^ for: 4-Oold'n Triumph J.Bto 112
Mnmn drove a long towering the sacrifice and Thomas threw icaria agua) V. Castillo 112
nme? ove? the rlghtfleld fenci the ball Into center fie d In Ws a-Cobrador) A Enrique lMx
drive home three runs. | attempt to get Fields at second. 7-In Time B. Moreno 114
D drive nome tnree run. au,i't".,, B V_.i.v. .i-i V-
Before this Cuba apparently Eenltez followed with a single for
had puabed over a run In the the winning run.
* *

Cuba
t
Johnny Jorgensen
Edmundo Amores
Bert Hass
Pe3rd Formental
VerBdn Benson
Femando Diaz
Andrs Fleitas
Jack Collum (L)
The Lineups

s

Puerto Rico
Luis Mrquez
Jack Dittmer
Victor Pellot
Buster Clarkson
Ellis Deal
Luis Gimo
Luis St. Clair
Jaime Almendro
Charles Gorin (L)
FIRST GAME
Pos Venezuela
ss Clarence Hicks
2b Chico Carfasquel
rf Morris Mozzali
lb Wilmer Fields
cf Dalmiro Fkiol
3b Hctor Benitez
If Farrell Anderson
c Luis Olivares
p Al Pspai (R)
SECOND GAME
Pos Panam
cf Frank Austin
2b Forrest Jacobs
lb Joe TuminelH
3b Tim Cronin
If Dale Lvnch
rf John Kropf
c Eddie Neville
ss Pat Patrick (R)
p Ray Dabek
Poa
3b
8Curaca
9Breeze Bound
. Pulido 116
C. Chong 106x
7th Race "H" Imported 1 Tn.
Purse: MOO.OO Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Mingo
2Montmartre
3Betun
4Levadura
5Pincel
6Apretador
J. Bravo 120
V. Castillo 120
E. Gugnot 114
B. Pulido 112
O. Chanto 111
V. Ortega 114
SS
lb
rf
If
gth Raee "G" Imported 7 Fgs
$150.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Purse. ,
Qnlnlela
l_Mon Etolle V. Arauz 110
2Lujoso O. Chanis 115
3Gaywood) J. Contreras 120
4_Rose Hip) J. Phillips 120
5Baby Rol E. Silvern 110
; 6Batt. Cloud B. Aguirre 110
Cf/ 7Choice Brand V. Ortega 110
8Hualro A. Mena 120
9Rlnty J. Baeza, Jr. 120
C
2b
P

Pos
ss
2b
3b
rf
9th Race "I-8" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: J375.W) Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Incomparable L. Bravo 118
2Danescourt M. Hurley 120
3-Goyito H^R.?ies HI*
4_Lituana J- PWlfips 114
J. Baeza, Jr. 120
B. Pulido 120
A. Mena 114
Caribbean Series
Schedule
TODAT, FEBRUARI 21
Venexnela vs. Coba
Panam vs. Puerto Rico.
TOMORROW, FEBRUARY 22
Venesuela vs. Puerto Rico
Panam vs. Cuba
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23
Puerto Rico vs. Cuba
Panam vs. Venesuela ..
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24
Cuba vs. Venexnela
Puerto Rleo vs. Panam
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18
Puerto Rico vs. Venezuela
Culta vs. Panam.
First game starts at 6:00 a.m.
No inning of first game win
start after 8:40 p.m. Last team
named Is home team.
Juaw F^n*** Tip?
By CLOCKER
Crespo, rf
Jorgensen, 2b
Amoros, If
Diaz, If
Haas, lb
Formental, cf
Benson, 3b
Hidalgo, ss
Ajtris, p
TOTALS: "
ah r h tb 2b lb hr bb so pe a

I
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
0 0
1 1
0
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
1
2 2
1 2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
4
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0 14
1 1
: 1
0 3
0 P
0
4
0
0
1
0
1
1
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
34 3 8 10 2
1 2 3 30 18 1
Mrquez, cf
Dittmer, 2b
Pellott, lb
Clarkson, 3b
Olmo, rf
Deal, If
Bt. clair, c
Almendro, ss
Santiago, p
Escalera
Vargas, 9____
TOTALS:
ab
8
8
4
3
8
4
3
4
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
PUERTO RICO
r h tfc 2b 8b
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
Y
hr bb so poat
4
1
1
0
0
1
7 11
3 1
S
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0 11
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
3
4
4
2
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1 0 1
2 30
I I
Score by Innings:
Teams
Cuba .....
Puerto Rico
000 030 000 0-3
000 010 200 0-8
SUMMARY .
Escalera batted for Santiago In 9th and was *}:
go's error. Runs batted In Jorgenaon 2, Deal Ij&fT^JSl
on bases Cuba 6. Puerto Rico 8. Earned runs -r^o^by
Rico 3. Sacrifice hits Hidalgo, Ayers Pellot Struck out oy
Ayers 2, by Santiago 2, by Vargas 1 First base on -* *,
off santiago 1, off Vargas 1. Frist base on errors p5^?-^iffl
of game -1:11, Umpires Thornton (plate), Ryan (first nase
Muliins (second base), Maestri (third base).
Second Gam*
VENEZUELA
ab r h tb b I* HjIfetfiatiftJL-i
6Tupac
6Walrus
7La Chata

10th Race *F-2' NativesMs Fgs.
,- Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 5:40
If l_Carenclto J. Avila 120
Pf 2Eclipse O. Chanis 118
1' 8-Duque A Mena 116
4Politico M. Hurley 120
5Carbonero J. Baeza. Jr. 117
NOTE: Couresy passes will not be
C I valid at tomorrow's races. 10Eclipse
lb I
P
1Sin Fin
2Huascazo
3Delhi
4-rWinsaba
5Phoebus Apollo
Golden Babe
Rio Mar
D.D.T.
Raymond
Ave. Road
6Rocky Miss Fairfax
7Montmartre Mingo
Choice Brand Battling Cloud
9Incomparable Danescourt
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Hicks, 3b
Garcia, 3b
Mozzali, lb
l'ieiua, 11
Finol, If
Benitos, cf
Anderson, c
Olivares, 2b
Davis, 2b
Hetkl, p______
TOTALS:
I '
4
b
4
8
8
3
2
8
I j
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
1
! s 1
! S
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
I
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
5
B
1
2
3
9
9
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
1
1
41 2 1 11
0 0
4 1 12
PANAMA
ab r h tb tb 3b hr bb se pe
Austin, M
Jacobs, 2b
TumlnellL 3b
Cronin, rf
Lynch, If
Kropf, cf
Neville, lb
Dabek, c
Thomas, p
Filo
8
, 8
4
4
4
4
4
4
I
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
.0
0
1
1
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
i
2
4
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
vO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
4
s
0
2
4
1
0
4
4
5
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
2
0
0
0
0
t
0
0
1
0
0 1 0 7 33 18 J
000 000 100 012
000 010 000 001
TOTALS: Ml l
Filo fanned for Thlmas In Htn.
Score by Innings:
Venezuela .......................
Panam .........................
SUMMARY
Runs batted in: cronin, Hetkl, Benitei. Home runs, Cronin.
Two base hits: Fields, TuminelH, HetkL Sacrifice hits: Anderson,
Finol Stolen base: Carrasquel. Double plajm: Hicks. Oliveros.
Mozzali TuminelH, Austin, NeviUe. Famed runs: Panama 1. Let*
on bases: Panom 4. Venezuela 10. Errors: Panari: (Austin 2.
Thomas) Struckout by Thomas 4, Hetkl 8. Base onlmlto off Tho-
masJ"umpires: Maestri (plate), Mullln (first bsal^Ryan (a**,
ond base) Thornton (third base). Time of game 1:81. *
*

RACES FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
------ QUINIELAS
4th and 8th RACES
DOUBLES
1st, 2nd-6th. 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLON:
For the convenience of
onr patrons we are no
operating both at the
COP ACABAN A" and
-SAVOY."
CHILDREN ARE JSOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK
FRIDAY'S MAIN RACE
__
5th Race "E" Importeds 1% Mile
Purse: 550.00 Pool doses: 2:55 p.m.
"Handicap Crusade For Freedom"
1. MONTIFUTO...............V.CMtOlo 114
2. PliOEBIS APOLLO..........B. Aguirre 119
3. At'ENlE ROAD ...........J. Contreras 116
4. ROYAL 4LLIGATOR..........L. Bravo 120
COURTFSY PASSES WILL NOT BE VALID
AT TOMORROW'S RACES
SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
5th Race "C" Importeds 1 Mille
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
"Handicap Caribbean Series"
1. RO ADM ASTER .............. Bravo 1U
2. PARAGON ............... / Contreras 110
3. POLVORAZO................ A- Mena lU
4. BEDUINO.................. PuUdo 112
SUNDAY'S FEATURE RACE
7th Race "4-Year-Old Importeds" 1 5/16 Mile
Purse: 1,500.00 (Added) Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES
"CARNIVAL CLASSIC"
1. HVRLEC4NO.........../ Bravo
2. VISIR) ..............B- Aguirre
3. CR1SU)...............* PuUdo
4. (TRAFALGAR..........A. Enrique
5. (PAMPERO it..........y- CmtUo
6. FI AMBARO .. ,.......R- Moreno
7. ytvHiyCT .....LContrera
(1) 112
(2) 114
(5) 118
(3) 100
(7) 110
(4) 106
(6) 128


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Cristobal, Balboa High Schools Clash At Mt. Hope TonigHt
-r
Along The Fairways
, The Summlteer ir off again!
f to Trtor entertainment,
that it. In order to start the
Sweater Qlrlt on their way to-
ward winning the Inter-Club
etch again thi mi, thtrt
11 be a graft nthwint othe
Sola iummit Clan on friday,
fall. 81 (WMhington' Wr^tj,
to thoaa of you who really Ilka to
know the full detail).
To ahow that lt'a all In the spir-
i, a "One-Club-and-Put
it will be held Frl
it of fun, _
ttf" tournamen
es are Mint offered .hut to,keep
everyone In OQOD bphutb.
A weintr roaat WU1 be held out-
doors starting about 6:10, or
door
when
whenever the player are ready.
Anyone who cannot attend both
event will tfil be welcome at
, be w
either. Mr. tad lira. Morria Cher-
ry and
?aSdlpwa"7unmnTthtVwi foi-
Tigers Choice
Over Bulldogs
day, tartlng, time, 1:00 pjn.
MAyar are Allowed frae ehole
of Out on ejub.. .andi then the
competition tarto. Tour-
tough .
namefit ehilrma..
anneuncss that several

______.gg
Elks Win 10-9 Over
Philippine Rattan
In the Pacific Softball League
Tuesday afternoon, the Ilka edg-
ed Philippine Rattan, 10-1.
There ia due to be plenty of ex-
citement next week when the
met half finale terminate, The
three top teams are all in a posi-
tion to take the first half. Botn
Pan Liquido and Firemen's In-
surance hare ten win against
three losses, and the Elks have
ten wins against four losses.
. ji. George lie-
are In charge of the
_ d funnln* that will fol-
low the tournament (pardon the
expreaslon). Reaertations should
ftgHuW-t
Of course then feetlvtiei are
not limited to flummiteers, but
include their friends and well-
aSBWW
of isthmian champior
MH!
TEAM
Junior College.
C.H.8. .. .. ..
Balboa High ..
OLAS-
SON

Other Juan Diaz Motorbike Races
May Bring Out New Competitors
fin technique (ofgolf) of thi*
>up of isthmian champions
II find a hearty welcome.
Pro Loop All-Stars
Loso, Win Against
Armed Forces Stars
in a thrilling dleplay of base-
ball excellence, the Pacific Bee-
The Cristobal High School
baseball team will open it por-
tion of the mtercholastlc race
tonight at Mount Hope Stadium
when they tackle the Bulldog
from Balboa.
CrUtobai High will go into the
favorites, having won
.. half championship in,
the Atlantic Twilight League a-[
;ame a
he first
they also have the league-lead-
ing hitter in the Twilight Loop
In the person of young Tommy
The box
fame:
acere for Tuesday
*m
$"........"
Chance, if........ 2 i i
Roberto,- 7. '.'. '.'. \ 5 ?
HAl, If,
RAger.ib .
Horaden, c
S
I
Hdlmtr, e.
Boyster, cf ..
3heney, p-lb.
oflo ..
I \t
i-hit.
tor Armed Forces League All-
star _
Professional League
Stars downed a team of Panam
Profeaiional League All-
SUnday afternoon, while in s
ll-Stars 1-0
concurrent
Sector
gainst tough competition,
more so because tl
their pitching sta
more to because they p
their pitching staff on.
finest hurlers the canal Zone has
but
on
one of the
ever produced. In that
they alto have the lea
iher
i-iead-
Hughe.
Hugnee, a right-handed pitch
er and left-handed hitter, wort
five
the
ames In the first half of:
wlllght League, baffling I
many experienced ballplayers
and should, therefore, have little
or no trouble overcoming lnter-
scholastlc competition, when not
Philippine Rattan AB
Lawyer, cf......
Medlngtr. lb...... 4
Prater, rf........
DlePen.f...... ?
Jone. S., if..... .. .
sKngtlke, H., Sb-p ..
Woodruff; ss..... 4
Jut, lb.. .... ..
fcnithi GUP-..
Gordon Smith, charged with
the loss, not only did an excel-
lent job on the mound but chalk-
ed up two four-baggerone in
the third And another In the sev-
enth. ManaltT Mfeldfl Woodruff
aleo lammed a round-tripper In
the seventh.
-L
GUN CLUB
NOTES
Tomorrow the "Joe Hayden
Memorial Shoot", will take place
Over the Cristobal dun Club
target at distance handicap.
Shooting Will (tart at 10:30 a.m.
A trophy will be given to the
high gun of the skeet event ana
also a trophy for the trap event.
The Handicap target will be
registered, to have your :
yardage With you.
game the Atlantic
Armed Forces All-Stars
dropped their half of the double-
header 10-8. ..
Playing as a benefit for the
isthmian Crusade For Freedom
drive, a team of military all-star
from each sector met two teams
of profiohAl all-stars in game
played on both sides of the Istn-
mu at the same time. The At-
lantic game we staged at Mount
Hope Stadium; the Pacific game
at Balboa Stadium.
The Pacific side game proved
to be toe most exciting, with the
military nine tavlng off threat-
ened scoring attacks in the last
three Innings to win by the one-
^LdpeWth. 83d infantry wa
the winning Ditcher, golnx six
full inning oerort being relieved
was Marlon Frlcano, who rettet-
idthe Professional starter, Oso-
rlo. in the fourth Inning.
fjly tight hits were granted
m the entire game with the los-
er getting five and the winning
Armed Forcea team three.
Outfielder Renfro of the 83d
Infantry scored the winning run
in the sixth Inning. He got on
base with a ingle, advancedi to
cond on Young's (Of Special
roop) sacrifice, and scored
& sUigl by Joe Jlmenea of
41th Recon. Bn.
In the Atlantic Sector game,
the Professional caught tire in
the seventh and eighth inning
to cor a walk-away victory In
a, am which was closely con-
tested until the sixth inning.
Stempel of the Professional Ali-
stara was the, winning Pitch".
Forrest of the 870th Boat Batta-
lion was credited with the tea.-
Coaching the two Armed Serv-
ice team were Army Captain A.
r. Telee of the Pacifle Sector
and Navy Lieutenant Wilfred
Sands of the Atlantic Sector.
All proceeds from admlMlon
went to the Crusade for Freedom
drive being conducted on I
Isthmus.
Itching Tommy plays right field
nd has accumulated a healthy
.384 batting average.
Another powerful factor in
Cristobal' drive to the lnter-
scholastlc crown is Talmadge
Baiter, an accomplished receiver
behind the plate, a powerhouse
Motor cychni enthusiasts^ In
Panam and the Canal Zone
have in about four month mush-
roomed their sport f/om'P0-
dle sprints against traffic cops
to a crowd pulling uccess
. The facilities available to the
local boys would warm the hearts
of devotees in countries where
motorcycling has been an tan-;
liflhed sport since early m tne.
C*Few amateur speedsters In Eu-
rope can have a go at one noth-|
er round such a fine road circuit
as that at Juan Dias, thensnut
the combat to a 9.ne-kitmeter
track cirouit like Juan Franco
and on to a 400-meter speedway
such as Colon Stadium.
Sparked by Po de lo Casares
enthusiasm, and headed by Ray
Magan and Choppy White.the
motorbike boy of the tothmu
are now turning in tune end
tournament which JJJ> *
credit to longtime amateur rac-
er in climelhat are cooler and
competition that 1 hotter
This without benefit of racing
instruction, racing bike, or even
racing togs. ,. .
But maybe It would not "a
bad idea, as a refresher, for the
motorbike boy to rtturn a .pace
to where they tarted.
The current squad of Juan
Franco stars-White. Mfgan,
jerry Fox, lDddle Annl^** emd
a few mor-l jeHtlikS|tM M
to leave much hope of ucoe
for milder men who wanrto have
a bit of sport with thlr ma
Balboa Y.M.CA.
Physical Department
To Reopen Monday
wound up is a mile or jo down
the Tocumen highway. Tne Juan
,-y. .
Diar. circuit Includes Just that. ,
Young riders who have inee'Monday
m
The Balboa Armd .
TMCA announce that the
Servic*
nephy
Little
League
leal Department will reopen on
Monday, Feb. 88. The gymnaalun
sparkled Into Juan Franco stars; he* been completely cleaned an;
mostly got their first taste ofreoalnted, and U
In
racing Tn the two Juan Diaz
races late last year.
Another Juan Diaz race might: |
1) Draw a field from the Isth-
mus' swelling team of owners of
touring motorcycles. Neither,
these machines nor their rider
may be styled for Juan Franeo,'
but they shouldn't be barred
from the fun of organized rac-l
ma for that.
I) Clet some unknowns bitten
with the same speed bug that
converted onetime novices from!
early Juan Diaz obscurity to pre-
sent Juan Franeo stardom.
Sealed off efficiently by Pan-
ama's helpful motorcycle police,
the Juan Diae circuit is even-1
thing that could be akd for by
an amateur rider out to extract
> little competitive excitement
rom hi machine.
The more active rider who o
enjoy their motorcyollng, the
more the sport will prosper.
A handicap race, accompanied
by a fastest time award, would
give new riders and ordinary ma-
chines some chance of being first
past the post, while at the same
Ume rewarding the best per-
former.
In any sport even the humblest
competitor likes to fel he ha
gymnasium
, cleaned and
reoainted, and is all ready for
the busy season now at hand.
There will be no change in the
schedule of classes, ano activi-
ties which ate as foUow: Men's
Volleyball on Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday at 8 p.m.; Co-"-
" Won Lost
TEAM-
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Elk 1414........
Firemen........
mona,
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Bkdmlmon on Monday 7:80-0:3'-
p.m.; Women's Morning Health
Class on Tuesday and Thui
0:80 a.m. Weightlifting ClAt o
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday,
AVaRo^ffieiiWl
it
:iass on Tuesday and Thursday
Friday
aSs^B^p^i2
4:00 p.m.; Servicemen Basketball
Oda
The AFEr Odged out uneoin
Lit lfl to M m a wild and antoi-
iv game yesterday at Little
igu Park
But
iro
at the plate, and one of the molt
improved ballplayers in Cristobal
High. Tammy was only an aver-
age catcher last year, and his
hitting l*t a lot to be desired,
this year he has played a
(Jnent part in Cristobal'
ight League first half win-
ner with hi long-ball hitting, a
well as consistency. He is follow-
ing close on the heel of team-
mate Hughe with a 478 batting
mark.
Another member of the C.HB.
mound staff also boasts a better-
than-300 BA. That la Art Blades,
who throws enough stuff aerea
the plate to
moundsman
"Tigers"
c^inis,^yithou"*go^tothe
extreme of tuning them w tn
racing pitch.
Further, c
i, on thy lethmuii are
fine machines npt built to track
racing need. The heavier Sun-
Mams, Arlis, Marley-Davidsons
and the like.
ven Juan Franco's all-con-
quering Vincent doesn't work up
a full ^iead of steam round the
Kilometer oval. ?
What.thete bike need to get
The facilities of the gymnasi-
um are available to member at
any time from 0:30 am. to 0:30
p.m. except when regularly
scheduled ciaste art in session:
nine run in the flrt inning jnd
four m the second with the Fed-
eral Boy coring five in the first
and going ahead by seorin gnine
run in the eeond inning.
the Lifer tied it up in the
fourth with one run but the
..Ofr came up wltbi two iudj
in it bottom of the fourth and
some hop of winning sometime.
Like lottery player.
V Hoop Uaguc
Service team desiring to par-
ticipate In the 15th Annual
Warm-Up Basketball League
sponsored by the Balboa Armed
Services TMCA are invited to at-
tend a preliminary planning
meeting to be held at the "TT
on Monday, Feb. 28. at 7:80 p.m.
INDIGESTION
'HEADACHE
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tasting Alka-Saltser
help yea feel better-
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umpire-in-chief
cal
tlon _
run out past
ipire-in-chlef Freddie Mohl
lied the game at the com*ie-
m of the inning as time had
n out pat the lio p.m. dead-
'eney tarted on the mound
- Alex
WillilA
Cngl
line
for AF^rbliftr rejTeved to .
Kberena in thAflt^and gerens
ataje
nine pitcher add Durham the
l0Bruce Batomaa ftttened w
already health/ ftAttsniAvea^te.
coilecttoe tHroe for three and
in three tripe with Will, id-
mendson and Johnny M/Wen
hlpptog in with two hit!* four
r- to the Matte*.
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Total........
APOt 14-
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William, ib-p
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for three,
for two. j
John
f ngelke had two
for three,
for
on
and Johnny ngelke two
three to lead a id-hit barrate
ne"i at the plate with two hit
Total........88 10 Oil S
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Club's raffle which was to take
place this coming Sunday, Feb-
ruary 24, has been postponed until
the Sunday of June 15,1952.
i
Please save your tickets.
IWFFLE COMMITTEE.
Atlantic Sid
hurlers. Art will
right field to-
night, to add
tobal offOOilv-.
The Cristobal Infield Is Just
about set with Johnny Hatgl, a
flashy second bateman who re-
cently found hlmelf at the plate.
Me ha boosted hi* average to
.390. inJhA.T^JcU^Mflta!
down the keytone ppHtlon, and
Bob Bailey, .212 at the hot cor-
ner. Add to this pair Arnold
Manning at shortstop, and Billy
Price at first, and you wUl prob-
ably com up with the finest in-
field in lnterscholastlc play this
year.
The Cristobal first sacker, Bil-
ly price, was a low tarter at
the plate in the Twilight League,
but recently hi hit have been
more frequent, and hi average
has been built up to a healthy
.348. In addition Price is about
the smoothest first sacker in the
High School business today.
Balboa High will be voyaging
to Crlatobal with one loss already
under their belt. Balboa lost to
J.C. Monday night in the Inter-
scholastic opener at Balboa. Fred
Rayburne who lasted only 1-3 of
an inning agamst J. C. Monday,
will undoubtedly get the starting
Ignment for the Bulldogs.
Rayoume had trouble with his
control early In Monday night'
game, caitflng his removal. His
wlldness was all near-misses, and
it he can find the range tonight,
he could prove to be a tough cus-
tomer.
The bulk of Balboa's power will
come from their hard-hitting
catcher, Flynn, who Is one of the
top hitters In the Pacific Twl-
Loop. In addition the Balboa de-
fense is a good one with Napo-
leon, combination In and out-
fielder, and Halraan, a second
bateman with, a couple of good
lvDehlnd him.
years already
Though CrL.
lnto the game
Though Cristobal High will go
ito the game at favorites, the
competition between the
favorites,
. jen the two
High Schools has always been
keen, and, If nothing else, Bal
boa will come over to the Atlan
tic aide with a solid determina
tion to win this one and tack a
loss on the big Cristobal hurler
All of which should make good
material tor a good ball game at
Mt. Hope Stadli
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NEWSPAPER
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Feb.
21 (OP). The grand dragon of
the Florida Ku Klux Klan was
found guilty yesterday by a fed-
eral court jury of sending ma-
terial through the mails de-
famatory to Qov. Fuller Warren
of Florida, columnist Drew Pear-
ton and attorney Kenneth Bal-
lineer of Tallahassee.
Federal Judge DOzler a. Devane
fined the Klan leader and can-,
dictate for governor Bill Hen-I
drlx $700 and gave him aj
three-year suspended prison
sentence.
He placed Hendrlx on proba-
Iton for two years on conditions
to pe set by the court.
Hndrlx was found guilty on
three of the four counts for
which he was indicted.
Judge Devane fined him $500
for sending out defamatory
statements about Governor War-
renand $100 each on the counts
referring to Pearson and Balling-
era.
He was given a one-year sus-
pended sentence on each o fthe
three counts. ,
"When you use words that are
defamatory and Ubelous you
cannot justify the act by saying
yon didn't mean the words to be
Interpreted as they were," Judge
Devane told Hendrlx.
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth am! the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
Stateside Milk Wagon Arrives
Bearing Two Troutmans Inside
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1952
FIVE CENTS
New Storm Threatens 13 Men
Riding Stern Of Split Tanker
BOSTON, Feb. 21 (UP)A new
northeast storm Is bearing down
today on the 13 seamen riding
the battered stern of the tanker i
Fort Mercer which was split In
two during a storm Monday.
Two tugs have the Fort Mer-
cer In tow, but are moving at a
crawling pace of three knots, and
could not outrun the approach-
ing storm.
The
The trial got underway quickly
with the Jury being selected in
one hour.
The government did not chal-
lenge prospective Jury member
Sam Lester of Tallahassee who
admitted he was a Klansman at
Bainbridge. Oa., In 1926 but said
he had quit and did not plan to
rejoin.
Hendrlx. who said he could not
get an attorney to defend him
and acted as his own defense at-
torney, challenged one Negro
venireman.
The Negro said he was a mem-
ber Of the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People.
Two other Negroes were ex-
cused by the court when they wind, standing by off tho hulk,
aid they "might be prejudiced." radioed late yesterday that the
The government offered five i Foundation Josephine had re-
post office employes as witnesses. I layed medical supplies to the
e tow Is headed for the port
town of Martha's Vineyard.
The Coast Guard estimated it
would require until 10 a.m. to-
morrow to cover the 115 miles to
shelter.
But the storm was expected to
strike the Fort Mercer this
morning with winds of 30 mph,
snow, sleet and heavy seas.
The fags Foundation Jose-
phine and M. Moran, with the
Dattered hulk of the Fort Mer-
cer In tow, are headed for the
lee-of Martha's Vineyard where
several sick and aged among
the "anlucky 13" were expect-
ed to be removed before the
stern was taken to New York.
The Fort Mercer and its 10,-
000-ton sister-ship Pendleton
split in two during a wild nor'-
eaater off Cape Cod Monday.
A total of 14 seamen were lost
and 57 others rescued from 'he
twin tankers before the 13 elect-
ed to stay put on the Fort Mer-
cer's stern.
The Coast Guard cutter East-
Don't nib your eye If you see
a Stateside mllkwagon truck
roll down the road you're
not seeing things, for it's really
there.
The mllkwagon Is the tem-
porary travelling home of Leslie
and Mildred Troutman a
young pair of grandparents
that are "camping out" all over
Central America.
Leslie a wiry postal clerk
from San Dlmas, California
furnished the Inside of their
International truck so that It
closely resembles a comfortable
one-room apartment.
And Mildred, the youthful
Missus, stocked u pon food she
canned herself back on their
ranch.
Postal inspector P. J. Rosen
berger of Jacksonville said he
questioned Hendrlx last Sept. 6
about some cards. Hendrlx mall-, from pleurisy.
Fort Mercer for two of the 13.
One was said to be suffering
from a back Injury and the other
ed and warned him they might
violate postal laws.
The post cards containing the
statements which the govern-
ment charged were "Ubelous.
scurrilous and defamatory" were
mailed to various persons in
Florida
The cards, introduced by the
government as evidence, con-
tained such statements as:
"Behind Communism stands
the Jew," "Drew Pearson Is an
arch lair," "If explosives were
Klven out In place of brains,
(Gov.) Fuller Warren wouldn't
have enough to blow his nose,"
and "How many Tampa, iFla.)
Tribune editorial writers
Communists?"
are
With the aid of the doughty
"stay putters," the Foundation
Josephine, out of Halifax, N. S.,
was the first to get a line secur-
ed to the drifting stern.
Then the M. Moran of New
York shot another line aboard.
The Eastwind and the tug
Ocean Prince stood by ready to
move in if the hulk threatened
to sink or capsize.
The stern of the Fort Mercer
rode uneasily without Its stea-
dying bow and was in danger of
capaning If hit by another
storm of the same force which
split it in two Monday.
(NEA Telephoto)
GALE VICTIM The stern section of the tan ker Pendleton. shorn off from the prow of the
ship in a raging northeast gale and snowstor m, .rolls In heavy seas near Chatham, Mass.
Seven crew members are known dead and 13 are still unaccounted for. The rope ladder by
which 32 others escaped can be seen below the lifeboat they had no chance to use.
All four were suffering from
severe frostbite and the skipper,
Capt. F. C. C. Paetzel of Hous-
ton, Tex., had caught pneumo-
nia.
Since the drifting hulk of the
Fort Mercer's bow presented a
menace to navigation, the
Coast Guard ordered the cut-
ter Unlmak to sink it with its
five-inch guns.
Meanwhile the New York sal-
age tug Curb was en route to
Its deck was high out of the Faid that the "stay-putters" were
water however, and the seamen in good condition but that three
clad in yellow oilskins, waved or f<
cheerily to the crews aboard the
rescue vessels.
Since the Fort Mercer's boilers
are In. the after section of the
ship, the seamen had heat and
light. A plume of smoke was vis-
ible from the ship's, stackgiv-
ing evidence that power still was
available.
"There is plenty of food in the
galley too," said chief cook Vin-
cent* Agulrre of New Orleans,
La., who was taken off the stern
yesterday by the cutter Acushnet Ctfiatham Bar, where the rem-
along with 17 other survivors. I nants of the tanker Pendleton
Several of the survivors who :-o?led heavily in the surf,
were brought ashore at Boston The Coast Guard took 32 men
,um the Pendleton's stern Mon-
,'.y night but no one was found
our of them did not want to a the bow.
risk the jump from the stern
when the Acushnet was along- The 18 seamen from the wreck-
side, tankers brought here by the
Meanwhile, the Coast Guard r.ushnet yesterday were whlsk-
said the owners of the Fort Mer-, ed frbm Constitution wharf
e'er have announce i their inten- where they landed to a hotel to
tion of abandoning the bow oil catch up on their sleep after
the ship which was reported nearly three days without rest.
drifting 30 miles away from the
stern.
Four other men had been tak-
en from the bow section and
were being steamed full speed
toward Portland, Ore., aboard
the cutter Yakutat.
The Crusade For Freedom
Is Our Best National
Defense.
"I am not going back to sea,"
said Julio Molina of Brooklyn,
N.Y., one of the Injured. 'Td
have to be crazy to go back."
All praised the work of the
Acushnet and Its crew. The cut-
ter made three passes at the
stricken stern of the Fort Mercer
sweeping in close to let the
stranded seamen jump from the
hulk to the decks of the cutter.
At Boston, a Coast Guard
board of Inquiry opened an in-
vestigation into the "structur-
al failure'' of the twin tankers
in an attempt to gather all
"pertinent facts with the ulti-
mate purpose of farther pro-
moting safety of life and prop-
erty at sea."
The first witness was chief en-
gineer Raymond J. Sybert of Ok-
lahoma City, Okla., who testified
that his ship, the Pendleton, split
with "a terrific noiselike an ex-
plosion."
Prior to the break-up, Sybert
said, the Pendleton was pounded
by rough seas and high winds for
nearly 13 hours.
He said he assumed nominal
command of the stern portion
after the Pendleton split asunder
but added that there "were no
commands as suchwe simply
exchanged and carried through
ideas."
The chief engineer testified
that most of the flares did not
work and said that he learned
the flares were dated 1942.
He said there was no hysteria
among the crew.
"If panic had broken out It
would have been hell," he said.
"The crew was calmthey were
perfect."
Since Leslie retired last June,|
and both Troutmans are hunt-
ing and fishing enthusiasts that
had never been south of Mexico,
the trip took shape "almost be-
fore we knew It."
So far the Jaunt, which began
Sept. 1 has taken them in a
circle over the United States,
They've covered over 12,000
miles.
They're both "really amazed"
at how well the truck, which is
rigged up with a detachable kid-
covered' easy chair, a collapsible
day bed, ample cupboard, sink,
sl.ower and stainless steel stove
is behaving.
It hasn't broken down once.
Four of the original tires are still
good.
They're not counting the time
their water pump gave out In
C.sU Rica, for at that time
water was the least of their
problems.
Seems they followed on the
heels of the travelling Trulocks,
an American family that reach-
ed Costa Rica and were held up
b:- bandits. The wife was murder-
ed, and the husband is still in
the hospital there.
When the Troutmans and
their truck were about four miles
from La Cruz in Costa Rica, they
saw the place on the Pan-Amer-
ican Highway where the Tru-
locks were held up.
When they came to the ravine
\ here the woman had been mur-
dered, they noticed a truck pull
up behind them.
Three fellows got out and
nointed their guns at Leslie as
if they meant business so he
obligingly put his hands up.
At which the Costa Rlcans
burst Into peals of laughter.
They had only been pretending.
"Of course I was scared," Leslie
recalls, "but we've heard some-
thing like that happens maybe
once in fifty years."
The first night after they ar-
rived in Panama aboard the ves-
sel Quebrancha, the Troutmans
nltched camp on the empty lot
in front of the American Em-
bpssy.
No sooner had they bedded
down for the night when bright
lights were turned on them, and
remained all night.
In the morning the watchman
idled over and smiled pleasantly
"I watched over you good last
night, no?"
HOBO HOUSEWIFE Mildred Troutman cheerfully prepares
her morning pot of coffee in the huge truck which she and
nusoand Leslie will call "home" for one year, as they travel
through South and Central America.
Native 'Toldo To Be Added
At El Panama For Carnival
Hammers are ringing against
wood today in the patio of Hotel
El Panama, as carpenters build a
throne for Queen Maritza, the
hotel'8 first Queen of Carnival.
The throne Itself Is fit for roy-
alty, having been especially de-
signed by the well known archi-
tect. Gaspar Pacheco.
Workmen are also busy putting
in rails on the concrete over-
hangs in the patio, so that peo-
ple may be seated there at ta-
bles. To make sure that there
will be ample room for dancing,
and to add local color, "toldo'1
or native dance pavilion is being
erected on the green lawn beside
the swimming pool.
All these preparations must be
finished by Saturday, the first
day of Carnival, for Saturday Is
coronation day. At ten Satur-
day night. El Panama's queen,
Maritza De Obarrlo will be
crowned with appropriate pomp
following which
and ceremony.
she will declare the Carnival
open and the fun win begin.
The following night. Sunday,
polleras and montunos will be
worn by all who have them, for
that is "Pollera Day." when the
traditional costume of Panama
is paraded.
Polleras will be judged and a.
prize will be donated for the
most beautiful. Some of the
handmade polleras and Jewelry
to be worn for this occasion can
only be described as exquisite.
Monday is "Mam a r r a c h o
Night," when any type of fancy
dress may be worn. If you have
an elaborate costume, wear it,
says El Panama, but you'll feel
quite at home in the getup you
would wear to a "tacky party" In
the States.....
The merrymaking is to reach
a climax on Tuesday night.
Comparsa night, when the revel-
ry ends at dawn with the cere-
monial "Burial of the Fish."
Manager Joe Cunning ham
raises an eyebrow at the pros-
Et of the sardine being "bur-
" in his luxurious swimming
pool but he, like all the others
at El Panama, is most anxious
that the traditional procedures
be carried out, so the show will
go on.
Britain To Spend
3 Billion Dollars
On Armed Forces
LONDON, Feb. 21 (UP)Bri-
tain will spend $3,855,800,000 this
year to build up her armed
forces.
More than 40 per cent of the
total will be spent on planes ard
tanks Winston Churchill's gov-
ernment announced today.
*!
The Crusade For Freedom
Is Our Best National
Defense.
Luscious tomatoes, green peas,
lima beam, crisp carrots, sweet
golden corn, and many more
garden-fresh vegetables, min-
.gled in a hearty beef stock,
make Campbell's Vegetable
Soup "almost a meal in itself.
Buy several cans today!
' 'H0O"'RO* CONDINSlDfO* GK
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FUNFEST FROLICS, the newest USO Camp show t ill the Canal Zone for service enter-
tainment arrived this morning la MATS aire.ail f.otn C.:e I nited Sta'cs. The troupe will
entertain at Albrook tonight at 6:30 and 8:30. Tomorrow the show will move te the Atlan-
tic side where they will perform far troops at Foil Sherman at 3 p.m. and at the Coco Solo
Naval Station at 8 pnt. atar-y will be de; -9 f- performances at the Fort Clayton bes-
pitab at 2 p.m. with a concluding performan ? at Fort Ko'jlte at 8:30 p.m. It is expected
?hat the variety ahow wUl depart / rook mm- rie Msnday, for Puerto Rice. Left te right
It. Luther Geodman. Army athletic Officer; Lrs 6m h. orcfac. ra accordionist; Dolores Ml-
rheline. singar; Herb Coweas, oroh- tra leader; Mar -e Karr of Mace and Rant, dance team;
hrnpT Dale, straight girl for aaaster ceremr.uies Frank Con.Hie; C. Ray gasMh, tappet-
r^/I^f:w ek-Ho.to*.w*rce,tr trw,"'*r'*: Clarence 1,'IierJer, ercsMsW trumpet
and Captain Joaa N. Booth. Alaros* personnel eirkfs officer.
. THi *^
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