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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01490
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Soff today. the Foreign Lbagion, or perhaps
MO th IWst OGeraanx brothelt for those eligible, the
g. sou.- n- Weat 7Mpresi warned.
aT~gary re- T. United States donated
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ers urged members today to go slow in denounc ;ini Si
day's abortive United Nations attack on fT4oelk i M
Korea as a "staged show" without military efts.
They said when the full story is toldgth whmnd
it probably win show that the ill-fated raid
justified by military necessity, and that the *"A6
guests" were war correspondents and high officers wiH.
every right to be'present.
In Korea meantime veteran Army officers raised
sharp protestatgainst the suggestion, aired in the house
by Rep. Cfre E. Hoffman (R-Mich.), that the attack
resembled the gladiatorial contests staged by Roman em-
perors for amusement of their guests.
They said the operation was had a legitimate interest In the
ordered to clear Chinese from a .operation.
bill menacing an Allied.outpost. News dispatches from KoeeF.
They said other such. raids will said that among these wittaes.
be necessaIy in the future to bar inn the ill-fated attack vere LtL
the ChiMee from digging in clos- Gen. Glenn 0. Barcus., lfth AW.
qr and 'loser to U.N. lines. Force commander, and Lt.
A division spokesman said fur- Paul W. Kendall, commVI
thernore that the action result- I Corps. Together wltU
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a and t handed seven-pagled mia sd thbo actually were
fl by at eoaied timetables of the bat- generals were ttere tp
to iter- te an, which called for an in- abortive attack and se
titt. r a tenru onlittle SpAd Hill tough the ne has
Sthe first time in 14 -parf t T-Bone area--fter They saidAllied
Son that United 1bations an Inte ntve artilerv and aerial i Sundayw s contrae 4
have Jmocked down a barrage. tack were extremely Br.
bte SoervscThe att(lk was thrown back. U. 8. Infantrymen mov au
ns et b deibers however, w en Chinese trooptslle pud Hill. part a
t were seven TU-2s in rose from their caves and Bone area, were forced t
trenches and' hit the attackers aat.-, four hours of healsg
with rifle and drenade-fire, mutt crossfire. eM
A4 bitter groWand fighting flared Hoffman derdnded an official beerf saturated with
aly irlthe 5.-mile battle- explanation and the House Arm. bombs and artillery fire
front, ef orts continued the ed Services Comaqittee promised the U.S. force attacked, .
Share near Wonsan. the obtained l h lWouldbeabl taiit
C Iunglt epas coast port city, 'would nualessly sacritleek
.gBu Bo00-pound bombs on Chairman Dewey .Short (R-, le humat'rlife. ,




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HOLLYW es to the south M.)30d Gen. Lawton Cospure report at that he atimehow.he Ias
and uryo-ri, five Army chief of staff Who will re- ed s ofC^Ofo w
sinr Maro Lan was turn to Wuhnton from operation. T watch ink ha


target o a 101 Sult today .turday wil mak ca Col- w e an ctual operean
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ed by his landy who claims t ubi ant Monda helicay wroters newy-
e owes th amoun Collins'n unpaid due here at fan e Secretary. h
eit ad Wi ent to h ome. fullcoMnittied on con demanding a co
HOLLYWOO Jan. 30 (UP)- If his public report at that time show," he said. It was an
a landlady nn Mr was the sn't full enough to satisfy Con- opsteration. He said he
Ouretn, Ofa he wI seek today sh.ortad e may call o celved complaints al ot
d ttac his Imtye who claims and ato pub hearing Monday s odencludin one rom-h


any oter aes' that may be d.) asked the efnae Depart- ther of a soldier newly arrived
, o eed unpaid ent aether the attack was a Korea. are .
[LnSa and h1s family havoc, w for visitng brass and Bray said the operation
eut and the to5.000 home for the smmttrmen eced eon ared to be an example o
art, s. Kathryn eBof-fian said later, however. "brutality of the Old
past two ear be had received new information system and I wacomplai t not
______ __ _D _that the "invited guests" whose that." He and others seMt
ot s t presence he critled .were gen- had received many ew ltarrved
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""f bS mat was An Mfertlan gambling special- plaints tLiat erAicap tag
pcaui Oa. 1bstoted today he was "suc- were bein '"ta In" aIn
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^ g&ovide tal has t o d- Rt iLee games, and added Freed described h a
Sthe aes g death. that a lot of Cuban gambling "Honorary Gambling A&sM
-- JolIts are "pretty awful." for the tourist Institute. BeWI
.fi&t te vihi 'n have rendered my report to he has been dotfing iin tvegi
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e Cuba Teurist Institute, and three months. durg MW
1 t. bCorder n A have' s m y .mission visits to the- Oba A ,
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IS YOUR FORUM ft e REAbltS WN COLUMN


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The Mail Box us an open forum lo readers of The Panama Ame
less. Letters are racev*ed eratefulli and are handled in a wholly coni
dslial mannerT
-;. It you contribute a letter don't be impatient H ii doesn't appea t
s. t day. Lette.% are published m i t oades qrciuved
Plise Istr to keep the letters limited to one aege length
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence
This newspaper assumes no responsibility to# statements as opinion
MplesMMed in letters Irom readers
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FOR THE FRIENDS OF BOBBY GANSS
Mail Box Editor
Because your Mail Box was used to express the feelings o
so many of Bobby Ganss' friends, I should like to use this medlut
t, as a way of saying thanks to everyone.
Even though I knew Bobby had manr friends, the reaction o
, the people from both the Republic and the Zone amazed me
Such consideration and thoughtfulness was consoling beyon
description. And I know the sadness of Bobby's mother was re
peatedlv softened by the honor paid Bobby.
I wish to express my sincere appreciation to Police Sergean
James L. Hatcher: my neighbors. the fellow ball players and
those associated with the Panama league: the Canal Zone Police
force: Gorgas Hospital personnel: the baseball fans: my fellow
workers; and the many other people who helped me in every way
S- Elpeth Ganss
M rs. Bobby Ganss)

BRUSH FIRES FORESEEN IN PANAMA CITY SUBURBS
Panama. R P.
Editor.
The Panama American.
Panama, R. P.
For the good that you can do in this matter-
Very soon. as customary during the dry season. grass fires
will be a common sight around Rio Abajo and other outlying vil-
lages with tbe accompanying financial losses and perhaps serious
Se'accidents
Could not the authorities take the necessary precautions to
have the many vacant lots. now overrun with heavy grass, clean-
ed by the owners who are only holding these lots for higher
Values.
Cleaning these lots once a year. at the beginning of the dry
season, should be considered as only a small contribution to the
Sheallh and safety of the townsite and protection of the many
Homes, liable to be destroyed, from fires that rages every year
within these wooded lots adjoining many valuable homes.
Are not some of these endangered homes Insured. The In-
-imurance companies should become interested in this.
Thanking you for any help given in this matter.
L. Yours.
T. C. Coalman


PROFITEERING ON YO-YO STRINGS
Balboa, C. Z.
Wa Box Editor,
--p A eican, -

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x J ciuous Government owned company agencies, I have one tha
"Disgusted's" beef about film by a wide margin.
The mark-up on film was about 16% over the States prite
but they have an item in the Clubhouse that has a 100% mar -up
'. over the States price.
S Oo buy yourself an extra set of yo-yo strings, the price tag
pasted on the package says ten cents, tear the tag off careful
and you will find a printed price on the bag of five cents.
That is to heln the Panama Canal Company's Communit:
Services Bureau help support the swivel-chair-loaded local gov-
ernment.
No wonder every other person you meet in the Canal Zone li
an auditor, someone has to keep track fall the loot. The bes
auditor the place could bave would be competition.
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Anti-Trust Cases

May Force GOP 4

Policy Showdown,
0o By PETER EDSON

WASHINGTON iNEAi An
organized campaign to secure
Republican administration re-
laxation on anti-trust suit proM-
ecutions is now headed for a
showdown in the new Congress.
This campaign has been go-
ing on actively for nearly a year.
r. It will probably reach a Climax
fi this spring when the American-
Law Institute meets in Wash-
h, ington.
One of the principal topics for
ronsiderst:un will be whether a
helpful study can be made by
M, Congress, looking toward a re,,
statement of national policy on.
anti-trust law.
Business leaders have been,
critical of what they considered i
harassment by the Department
of Justice Anti-Trust DIvislon,'
)f, ever since the early days of the
m New Deal.
This criticism was intensified
)f in the last eight months of the
e. Truman administration, when
d the outgoing attorney general,
. James P. McGrannery, tried to
get the anti-trust docket on a
more current basis.
t The drive against overseal-
d ousness In anti-trust prose-
e tons may have had Its begin-
W nings in ar article by Prof. .
Chesterfield Oppenheim In the
Michigan Ihiversity Law Re-
view last June. He urged a re-
examination of policy to de-
termine where the govern-
ment was headed In Its en-
forcement of anti-trust laws.
He declared there were over-
laps in Jurisdiction between
Department of Justice and
Federal Trade Commission.
Professor Oppenheim suggest-
ed that a privately finanieed
committeee on,revision" should
advise Congress on writing a
new anti-trust policy. He anug-
n gested that a row statement be
written to include three things:
1) Define the fundamental
ideology of private competitive
enterprise under American cap-
Italiim.
2) Declare that competition
under the anti-trust laws should
be workablee competition."
3) Adopt a "rule of reason" as a
the master yardstick In inter- eI
preting anti-trust law. 12
This Oppenheim article was ii
Introduced in the proceedings of I
the American Bar Association In
San Francisco last fall. An anti- .
trust section of the ABA held its a
first sessions at this convention, an
Shortly before, the Ban Fran- tr
clsco Chamber of Commerce had .5*
begun a study of Oppenheim's
proposition The California hI
chamber took it up and tried to 0
get the U.S. Chamber of Com- M
merce to do likewise.
Finally, the Busins Advisory in
Council ol the U. & Depa -met i


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Sa:detaloed stud, -n anti-trust
y law enforcement. t
S The 19 recoanmendation$ in ofSI l.
Sthe report Icluded a restate- n -e
ment of tbo need for new de- Mere Ow
P finitions of competltion and ap- goodIm i
plication if the rule of reason. There alsi
SIt also. suggested creation of a_ B hat
y a confefnMe section In Depart- pinnd toh
meant of Justice where business- bled at her
men could get guidance on anti- o he sale
, trust matters in advance of and but she loo
- perhaps in place of costly law come with p
M"AWt. Twelve nc
Supporters of the principle --
a of protesting trade and com-
meree from unfair competi- Wi E
tion see in all these activities !
an effort to further limit ef- o
fective enforcement of the f
Sherman, Clayton and Feder-
al Trade Commission sets
which arena the base of anti- .H BROAM
trust law.
These act, have already been The Ucand
limited in at least three ways by filmed our i
congressional actions in recent who shot Ce
years.b t
One Is the Bulwinkle bil It th tor D
exempts thb railroads from anti- between the
trust prosecution for their rate- Morgan Saft
making conference activities. In gave Resen
December the Department of p0eg net
Justice wab forced to abandon a lawyers for
suit against 47 western railroads Mabel Inaga
because of this immunity, they know i
A second limitation is provid- ing the hoe
ed through another McCarran Mrs. Inalls
act of several years ago. I put death of hel
a moratorium on prosecution of to Abbott In
insurance companies under the Mrs. agtts
anti-trust laws, to the edteAt visit Mose W
that their business was regulat- She now is
ed by state saw. Onlsalatie
A third limitation is provided flee (plus we
in the McOuire Act. It amends Her qualifle
the so-called fair-trade laws. In have tried
effect it prevents price-cutting man Admin
by retail merchant in stat BeSenators. C
which have price-maintenance have net bee
laws. hew she get
It is feat that any further J.F. Meati
"clarification' of the anti-trit fr ster (wh
laws mighl serve to make them be asked to I
totally inefeetive. the 6ws5a
The Sherman Act states as e
Its purpose the ,roteetie. of .E S I
trade and rummeree froa m a-
fair competition. This has allies In
been taken as the ersemes et ariLrds
I the free enterprise sajlM. D
When it i destroyed ,or -
fled by "workable" em and i
tton or 'rules of re t oy to gt
danger is that it winlease hous andm
monoply. minimum WMuee-fts- SoSNom t
Ing m ad all theMion V
usually sdenatfte w1t tola
seciallms.
The outgoing Truma adl n.
istratio n and atlcury At-
torney General rt an y,
who ran t I anti-trust dlv MI ,
without a duly-ft ppintd bead,
has now laid is n 0 a0&
trust ua nr
Some of them may be Ind.3
for the ew attra
Herbert iicwmetEd
them Al asl ht be r
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re ripping up the lugural ai' hawk- pair of v/ dirigiblem atM t d _
ra are wondering t to d6 Wi IS-cent. Then ere was a et. atu f inald t a
ot. dog st uWand I'm o 0 in g.a b coming from the doors I to the
title weeping tghat -ft on d Zl'e biggestt itol rotunda. It was an c otn% d but it
moment. Big. salt ar. Mame's r tmi. cated Ike wM on the-waf'e ,o]4ar d cae
up l front, of Cap I m where the up with the waving tS:
.ne Band tootled, an Indian er panta "Ltower terpW them f a ttOr t-
ad war feateamnehow got n prean box. rapher.-The tol umanat
nd a little mad advertising so or, other -his wife, lIughed.
led to give away ear muffa bt big lnei- Dick MxNon. the Veep. Rot I th'be
. '.. . pet Prehlemt, I headeL. baelM-. Mit s
^warm M was sglslatening on"' te e frosi.oce. began t r etl at
aormn, upon wlflc untold gallon WRa.0' "Iz Dwight -of|
vliously had been lavshud. and t es It was a 16m ir
market for.ft ear warmers. T.:.. the noi i
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REGULAR STOCKS
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Repel-o-Tized
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JACKETS
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Some Singles
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Shas this coat
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Isthmus
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NOW...


$24.75


Out ABOUT
l2(rTO OFFER


,BELAMC H
SUITS

The Genuine
Goodall Label
in Every Suit
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* GREY
* BLUE
* LT. GREEN
Every one
a Washable
SUIT
Styled By
GOODALL


$1875


TOP IlNG. ILL
CANAL ZONE
PRICES


SPORT COATS

2'and 3 BUTTON SINGLE BREASTED
CHECKS PLAIDS SOLID COLORS
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR THESE ARE THE
BEST VALUES WE HAVE EVER OFFERED
WE HAVE SOLD HUNDREDS AT $25.00


THOSE NOW ON HAND
FOR THIS SALE


$17.95


LEISURE JACKETS
LEISUIJRE J AC KETS


PLAYERSO"


The Ideal Jacket (Un-Lined) to Wear


With Sport Shirt & Slacks


ALL LUMPED IN THREE GROUPS


JUGULAR
REGULAR
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Some Long Sleeves
Other Short Sleeves
DIVIDED IN TWO GROUPS


VALUES
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Observed At Union

[hurci: [n BiBsa a
I The ', ii2 prople f th' E I
Loa Ultn.', thul0'i 0 illV ellip],.-
ize Youi h Inl the Ci.urcil over
the ereek cod.
'li io.0iio% irolli 9 30 a lm. to
00 p ii, I'e enLor department
u( li 'i .,-Ieool E,'-e vouthi will'
I L nii .1 pcut ri[ di tu&son.
i FC L.I.UtI .nd 'iu( .hlip. The
0 1'n, pCe':l .r- e e::, ndi', .an
Invit .O.n'j i- rll \u.aths. Se.eral
inot ei,. % ill senile the noon
C11i rli'lai n'i nlilll6 \outihs of
.11i' jUil.ul'-hlig11. benilo -high
,1i 1 tJu n- ,*ii F ellov.ship; will
aciLd ile ongiigegatllon in the
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.e jenrit, Lep''ti' She v ill oe'
S. itlcd t ...Jo'tcc Srhail \\no will
lead i(' la iip e If.Sui. a0t1 01-
lIi lI r Ol n.*' nOt Cloiiin
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on t[i uiert strive to r kiIoA


rI P~. ei .!.; -_Dalrt i. Pelri" The Re\. Mr.
O crrl; 1 .-id-e 6 A H Sjl v. Ill gi e tine bene-

Oi Sunda' afternoon and
p'-t rrni the Youth Fellowship
it ,a ..u -.Lt to , LIC, Iip ill meet in the church
the Sacisri ia 0ion1 the Eu- bl* junior=-high Fellowship,
ropean ci'auipionnimp list Sep- Chi-Rho. will meet from 3:30
member. In Jan Aon!ii kliu., n Pm ,o j p mI for worship. re-
affectionatel, tin I-it bI ',. reuationl id refreshments Jack
the Swed,.n team naone o ci me F lowers and Roger Griffith will
finest caid pla:. is in th %wclc ix the program leaders.
I look ..idid wtlih plea,-ult At 5 p IL.the senior-high Fel-
to the Uook: o01 me 235 iiand of i l.-lio ill be led by Tim Hot
the recent world chaimpioih-.ip: fhe Pos-.High Fellowship %ill
Match in Nev. York larel,, De- meet at 6 p m with pre5ldent
e3use so many line hands 'ere, Fred Currier presiding at the
played by Wonlin iBridge dfni. business meeting.
lon't fin, his tournament book MLS. Telma Tsehabold, mn-
ba the osie: ii .,ein, l. puril. h- ,.ter education, has beer.
Sat cost 1Br tl AmLer-ue ,- serving a- counselor for the
ttat Bride Letue Youth Week activities. These are
d- -o han l part of the observances of the
.Todae h-ind a-, pl, I,.d ,' united Christian youth move-
ithe 250-p1 nd e .p.'i t b n tl, ei- ment of 'he National Council of
den als of t ,hp mat h betr ue- [Churches, and are being stress-
den ana i.led last Seiemues,l- ed by the Protestant youth of
Wohlin ,,t..led anl iiinpo.ible the Unitea States
game Out 01 the tire UL" a tesng
an oppoi,'nt a chance to make
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West opened his sii leiOlii {.- F31
mond. i'rd Ea tltoolk tlie .:
and retu', icl thih'.utlt to 0 let W"t
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propeilv eriou~ n, Iorcnilg out
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very baId Iri uu; neiu He nad
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TU ANAMA AMltICAN AN tfliNDWPNT DAILY REWAi ..

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cpr. 19sM &y SA oMn. iS
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hot temper and


:r! He says Junior told him I had a
beat up several teachers who gave him
low grades".


INew Liuid Kills Roaches and Ants I


nIJUtgn ol H i'iU '9..t ..q
What -. ...** do if yon The part of the body that is
were pli i~, i hi tid'i Call \ ou rnost often overdeveloped is the ,
see an. i "fr, i, the contract wishbone. *MAQ New Way to Kill Paste lvered by iel It
nr I '. 'i make some tea- --------OACHES are the most difficult less seating they slow:
n 1 make some rea- -- household pests to control, and paralyzed, turn ever on t
Wohlin c,. filed a spade to al they can be brought into any home with less w'a- a in th
dummy's ace and returned the' KR vii i|ze OU *from the market in a bag of pots. die. Then the coating II
dumm of amo hands from the hdu- u toes or other o a ti for smith to kill
mn' East saw no reason the dum- playcI i ene has t -como forth with t &"late the home
the oueen of diamonds t whlch ro .he and.ants, i nd that SIa 1 t
my's di-monds, sin-e his part- 7ohnton's NO-ROACH coating. soda lorIde, a
S w-s fruting iamonds So Feel I t's Just as simple and esy to ros. Johnston'
sitr ee, -ounaer .-andWodlin a teoron. j..butsmibm.'il [
st pla *'d low and Wohlin WI u e as it ooks. You aint the coat. a enta-tarl tinug i,
iscardect ihe te. of clubs and LOOK Younger ins on su amee frequented l bypwdar. It is colorsl, 4
/held his L-reath ,,,i s n or n roaches nd/ant, woodwork near br d a t whe'
S s d f in'." i, .* Lau-d- ot.rlugh bad 'idr,", the sink, baseboards, garbage pail., without having to loa
Poor Wi .t had nn ruff with n r.n. hii mnav make ,ou sufror from window al'd door sills. When these dishes and pot atd an
the ace 1o timps. which h meant ,'. ng up Nighis.strong, cloud Urine, crawling p-t. come in con tat Prices are S o t- r ft
that Wosin had roi o inn. rheuemadh i arm ,kanehee;r, I with this ilnvisibir, odorless, stin- $1.69, and a quart for $2
club loser and hL.' trump loser Painaln.as -r under ..'Rn. swollen'An- AS, FOR IT.IN.ALL .STOR
on the ain trick Now notnint '1.. .rAPPnte.EnErgV,,-r. ASK, FOR IT IN ALL STORES
could ston him! ', "'"f. dti.a ht h alhobi filter bl bood.
Si.ar in a dInf m and mr.sles C st.O Distributors:
Maybe it wasn't Isuch a good 'p. 'r ukidrne. In a naya: I. Helps
chance. :ut it was the only, rut pOlnonlup maids. 2. PCombats
chance there was. I take off my 1.- ,raal'aim% rraid ,a ec Em press Panam e 4s
hat to a player ingenious enough h"t efr- an" i dr.rrp. A r; Bnow.T ILE ROW
to find su l a "shot in the lock- i' -ah bettr you feel tomorrow. 36 AL BLE ROW


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Hollywood Beds with coil Springs ..... Single $19.80
Double 24.70


Mahogany Dining Table with Extension Leaf
and 4 Leatherette covered chair .... ONLY
Beautiful Mahogany Double Beds corn p I e t e
with Coil Spring and New Mattress ........
Mahogany Wardrobes with TWO fil length
Inside Mirrors ..................... ONLY


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Spring Seats and Backs ................ 95.00


"Atherican Beauty" Double Innerspring Mat-
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And Look At These Used Furniture Bargains


Dining Table and 4 Chairs ........................ from
Guaranteed- 4 Burner Gas Stoves .......................
Wardrobes ..................................... from
China Clotets .................................... from
Metal Beds (with New Mattress) ...................from
Sideboards .Bffts) ..............................from
Youth Baed g t tlewMattres ....................from
M etal .................. ................ .
Rebuilt nt.eq istere.d Sofe-Beds ...................
Dining Chlim ....................................from


$29.00
55.00 and 65.00
25.00
29.00
29.00
18.00
45.00
22.00
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To Repeat PTA To Nominate
;:et Opight .First Officers
f tiM td recently Otticer to uraae over the
T -A AWBravo Glee .acUvttles of the ew St. Mary'a
,tw. -Nw 1l Theater Parent Teachers Association
- Wpe tonight at will be noinatefd SgenCepw after-
re m Plaza In noon at a r-eting. to be held
S i. In St. ry'a Bill. Balboa.
.The meeg. which is eched-
itormnance. which will ruled to begin at 3 v. m. will
Sthe. direction of musis come to an end with a brief re-
ros A. Grant, will ception for teachers and parents
te" centeDhaIr of who attend.
I patriot Jose Mal. --
Inc.lude chorlk r-lec- Bizet, Gounod, Mendelashon,
w he works of Mozart, Bach and others.


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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "It" Stret PanamA
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


Lewis Service Salon de Belieza Americano
No 4 Tivoli Ave-Phone 2-2201. and No. 55 West 12tb street


Cariton Driag Sto
10.056 Meldnde A& .--Phane 2U5 Colot


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Morrison's Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones .H- street wA tudt c
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 3-3199 PhOnes' @*-S4 and 1-2798


tMhW a for 12 words&
Jc, oft additiuai word.


WANTED FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS COMMERCIAL.
SMi8cellaneou Automobiles So;.. 3 ... *. eboahl Oee. . .. t e.*, PROFESSIONAL
MIe_ -a o Wrut Ar IieA l Anelnvme6 M IN Clar, &ox 445 Balboa. Phun P
ANTED: Cumpletely furnished FOR SALE:-1948 Studcboker Star- 20'' Anco C Z Pangi I4 187 e. Chatulol d I b it J ,
apartment to, North American light Coupe. excellent condition -
,. Couple. No children. Call Roos. Call Cesar Terhn, Panama 2-0825. Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No. 133 Similch Smnta Clra beah* IIt COss o more to prect r a
.. ...Just around the corner of "J" St., Itocttage mElecore ee to puot a .
Panama 2-4783 between 9-12 FOR SALE:-1950 Chryler Wind.or announces our new Lamp Shade slihviS, roderte roles Telephoa. a" Wuflfy c( C e|l
'and 2-5. De Luxe 4 door sedan, leather. Service. We con now make to order G6441 Gamboa 4-567 Pedro M- buildings
VANTED:-Urgently required fur- radio, white side wall tires Call uny kInd of lami shade or re cover guel. -
Salehed apartment, Bello Vitre for Cesar Teran. Pa-ar-a 2-0825. our 0.d one at low prices.- Vlihams" Sone Clara Beach Co I
Sany period. Coll American Embs- FOR 6ALE:-Moris Miror. 4 Door SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! lages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration SdN W CEM l ..
1N 3-1932D _-. untSedan, light tlue, 1951 nu d.. 8.- FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2.3050 Deorative and dlule der.
WANTED Urgent unturnished 000 miles, duty pad Exclent one way 85. ouno trip $1' 1 S Except wieek-ends waterproof COttln isM
house or apartment Two or three condition. Call 83-6151 after 5 day-I$.it,. $169.00. good one year: at-Hoel Pan Aercno in Akf os olatt ld anl
bedroom Coall .1984. p. m. to LOS ANGELES one way. $149 Cool Bet Hotel Panie.i and AIk tlwordet e ,lk 1 dw t -
SFOR RENT Vacation quarters or FOR SALE: 1951 Packard Pa- 15 round trip $292 35. 90 day- o-- i
2 bedom f-Vaurnoond apartment. trician, 400 four dcor .edon, duty hmiifi Poranama i)patch Service Op- FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
February 10th. Call Albrook AFB paid. radio, seat covers, ultrama- I e Ancon bus stop rel. Ponama Santo Clara. Completely furnished-. O. OVFY. "INCa I--tt
S4146 7 to 3 Manh. Thr FrIday. t, whe sde wll trs. Excellent 2 155. Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves. eat" rltsl ,
S condition. Call Cesar Teran, Pan- Crawfor Nursery School and Kinder- ng your linens. Phone Dogmar's L
yLI RENT: American bachelor ama 2-0825. 20"1 7tJ. ________________ M11 k
wants turnished apartment in Zone area 2-0825. garten opening February 2nd. For
or Republic Wl consider vacation FOR SALE: 1951 Chrysles New information telephone Gamboa Spend your weekend at Casino SMO N FURN
1I- quarters. 27-7-7187 or .3-2705. Yorker 4 door sedan, black, wh.te 174. Clara, cabi n ..00 oup.
SStearnts. sde wall tres, radio, duty paid For the best fred chicken in town Dancing. w 1 nrl OUR aOn.IrmM
Call Cesar Teran. Panama 2-0325. visit Nondo's Drive-in. 100 me- R R T 1i
sandwichs rve-n the ofcirs 100 meters FOR SALE:-1953 Crysler Conv- ter cer man entrance to Juan FOR RENT ..,
nater main entrance to Juan Fran- ible., 3 weeks old. Never exceeded Frar -. -.. - O "ff r a
40 m p..h Phone Crictobol 3-1851. first, to ERE
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury Club FOR SALE RENT:-3 bedroom chalet, Ex- n t e
Coupe, dark green. perfe,'t ccrdi- FRL position groud Apply No 184 Ta
FOR SALE tion. House 417 Pcro Bello St. Central Avenue, Panama. "Mue- federal
Lu lRd Ancon. C. Z. ___- M ee' lnPeous bleria Romano." a be' cu
:- Household FOR SALE:-1950 Buck S irer Ri- R. SALE:-Fur coat for informo- FOR RENT:-Completely furnished rui!!?f I
R SALE:-25 cycle Westinghouse. vitro Coupe. Rado end Heater. tion. Call Panama American. new chalet for two months in El png oto
Frost Free Shelvador refrigerator. Call owner, Albrook 5219. __ rOR SALE -Howard Piano, practi- Carmen. All convenences No ch- 05k and M
8 8.5 cu. ft. 3 yrs. 3 month guar- Available for immediate delivery ini tally new. Silver articles. Misc. fur- en..Phone 3-1105. W 6 ltok 8 r move
i otee. 0 2772-J, Williamson Place. rle nse 3 C Noo 1e84 Central FURNISHED HOUSE for rent in El anything. 'Phe 12461, mated a
Now Orleans, oneP1933Cme olet Eue
A LE:-9 cu. ft. Westinghouse 4 door De Luxe Sedan, color light Avenue, Panama, "Muebler.a Ro- Valle. Telephone Panama 3-3423. 2.262. Panam T,
Refrigerator 65.00. Red Spr blue. Smoot y Pred. Nondo's Drive-in offers its American
Cost, swagger style. IApartment FOR SALE:-Studebaer 2 1-2 ton r St.LE.-Ladies 2-piece travelirg clientele the.most tonitary Service.
1483-A, Balboa, Telephone 2- truck, duty poad. Excellent condi- lined suits. Giving away $45.00 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom.house, SEE THI "
4131 ton. Cesar Teron. Panama 2-0825. ech 6-8-20 Caa completely furnished, for 2 months.
SALE:-8 cu. t. Norge Re FOR SALE:-To bdder, new cana, Bolivar Ave. 6h. S. Co No. 15. 48h Street. I
cl. yes lFOR SALE:-To hgyeet bidder, nw ecrn. N o. 15.481hStreoed
rator, 25 cycle. 2 years old 1953 Chrysler W.ndsor De Luxe., a record
$1o50.00. Can be seen at 5454- 1953 Chrysler Windor De LuxeF SALE-Everythng for $20.000. FOR n b
4-door sedan. IDomogmiI an SALE-Evernthing
B, Diablo, C. Z. board). As is and v here is. Con te I.ouse in Colon No. 7044, north 1_ 1 .ATOM. Q. tlfon1
seen at Cristobal Pier. All bids concrete, cha'et type, 4th street Apartments ,. c-n al
SALE:-Detroit fuel gas stove, must be sent to: Heurtemo.te and and Mleendez. 30 hectares of land -- --I O .. "
555.00. House 117. 14th Street. Arias, S. A. Box 293. Pn.-n-,". R ao Tran-isthmian Highway vth ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS weo repi
Poatilla. P. Accompanied b, c:-rified cie:k c'd wooden house, fruit trees, ri- Iwo ano five room umnished ono .tates tmp
for 100r of [19d. Before Februoar. er divides land, gold pellets tc jrlurnished oportmetri-lprvote e Hl xr flung
SALE.-Double bed. modern 12th. 1953. be found on land 50 hectares closed gardens. 8061 10t Street us old E'dga 'Cairo, M
Mahogany wardrobe, modern, small divided as follows- 20 hectares on Neo Cristobol. tlelphone Colop DEALERS JN fW AND buig1. -13
podiO. Bargain. No. 77 Apt. 5. Es- FOR SALE'-HilIman converl'ble,,4.- Lmon Highway, 10 at Rio Ritoa 136 n AtBran
tudionte Street 000 miles. Priced for q.jick sale 20 at Lceo Gatun. 1939 jhevro- -- USED u URE ntd
Call Boyer. Albrook 4179. let Coupe, desk, machine. piano FOR RENT:-Apartment, two bed- 41 Automobleb Rf
r SALE -10 Venetn Bnds, 50 FOR SALE.-Brn 1950 Deto Mut sell before ed of February. room Inving-dininroom and kitch- T. -411
wide x 7, for 50. House 5824- suburban 9 pa.. Sedan. leather 6th and 7th street Amador Guer- en. 13th. Street, house No. 16, WE BUT AND LL I
5A, Diob5. uHpholstery. radc heater lhe e rero. Telephone 1250-J, Colon, 8 Via Porros, San Francisco.
A,DLEb Mnogony diningroom side wall tires, law n-tle ge p to 12 and 2 to 5, lawyer Barragan. FO RENT:-F shed, two bed- .
St 1 excellent. Call Co:o Solo 360 orFOR SALE-Ham Gear. 813 push- rom t, Westwood AVE FU AND FROiND ti
set.14tSteetNo._17,Padlla 602. pull final. 80-40-20-10 Strait Form. eS bond Arrai-
R SALE.-Frigidaire refrigerator. FOR SALE-Custom bu.lt Continent- Thru. 1.500 v t" 500 mil plate ar. Te, 2-75.
ft. Lice new. R2-1 Rousseau. C -
L. 25-33 R2-B Rouau. avertible co.or rd, %h. rc sul. nt ns 9 n" fnl dot.sie in tried ,
o al c ov 000..Duty aid, writ plate s$ ,y. 25 6
% SALE:-25 cycle refrigerator, solO? *0e. Cr-..obol 3-1090. 0.-
cellent condition. Quarters 285- FOR SALE 7 oe to e Gmboa. 6 r
Albrook. Call after 4 p. Chevrolet Truck. excel ent condi-FOP. SALE: Wringer Type washed -AR TT "& UN
SALE:-12 in. Drill press, $20.- ton, four brand new einht ply : -- rng ype washer ... ... ".E T ....&. ,.Lh D' 1"
t res b.rand new t rI wIth new 1-4 h.p. motor, 60 cycle,, FOR RENT:-Fumi rooms with
00; 1 steel single bed and springs, ..tires. Phone 167 Colon, 8 30 c. 1 h w.00. 1946 Chp. moao ce, pdrc kitchen if near coam BALBOA T 1. C. A.,
$12.00; Wood single bed, $4.00; m. to 6-00 p. m. $25.00. 1946 Cushman scooter Porch, kitchen A f neor co.-
2 x 2 wall mirror. $5.00; maho -...- ---g-- gearshift nodel, $85.00. Tele- missory. Apply ov.t Chase Bank
2 m 5 6FOR SALE:-1948 Buck 4 dcor se-, phone Albrook 3186. corner l ith and or only en-
gany dining table, 6 chairs $50.; dan, back, Good co1id tlon. Col I -23 Coln T.
70.00; 7 x 12 green ool free ru Cesar Teran, Panama 2 25 FOR SALE:-25 cycle Colds R- R 3- olo Se
Tel. 2-16931. FOR SALE: 1950 Olosmobile 4 frigerator, $40. 1941 Buick 2 FOR RENT:-Room for couple. with Ab6ard V e
FOR SALE: Household furniture Dr. Hydroamtic. acces'or.es. Iar is Door Sedan $300.00. Phone 2- kitchen. No. 4, Fourth of Ju sly
SElectric stove; wrt.ng deskand ein-excellent condition. Call 82- 3212- 5664-K, Diablo. Ave., phone 2 3852.
F chair; two occasional chair;, din- 4277 anyme or an be seen a Sealed bids, in triple ate will be re- FOR RENT: Furnished room to
Ingroom set, includes Hutch cup- Quary Heightsce;ved n the office of the Engin- American couple without children.
bpord, table, 4 leather back-chairs. FOR SALE:-,-1950 Buick Specal 4 -- eering and Con:truction Director, Central Ave. No. 24. L .boer, a
I double bed set. Coffee table. door Sedan, radio, seat covers Panara Canal Compcny. Balboa FOR RENT: Furnished room near M* "
2 floor lamps, bedroom chair, 3 loud horn and good brakes, will Heights, Canal Zone, until 10:00 Cathedral. For information refresh- mflPb rIve W l i, b
wicker chairs, 1451 Owens, Bal- accept smaller car in trade R. a. m, March 2. 1953, and then meant parlor, Cecilia Theatre, No. 4Y.5ttOr 1
boa ,Apt. B. C. Hogan 337-A. New Cristoba'. publicly opened, for furnishing all 88, Central. Avenue. Panama.
Phone 3-2878. plant, tools, equipment, labor, Nando's Drive-in. Parking facilities, a W htar taen off too if
FOR SALE:-RCA table model 60 FQR SALE:-1951 Chrysler Windsor services, and morernals lexcepi Nat dogs, hamburgers fliti. got d al taken ft t gl
cycle, excellent condition. Panama De Luxe. Priced for quick sale certain materols to be furnished ot dmaogs, hmburangers. 100 Juan Fter- a to .y at Gora
3-4711. Call 83-5153. Between 4 and 6 by the Governmentl and for per- from mn entrnce t.
FOR SALE:-ExceHent piano, West- p.m. forming all work for construction -- -.. .T_ .__ r-.B
P. M of Buildings and Appurtenances TheJ i ankr on.
inghouse refrigerator, 9 ft. porce- FOR SALE:-1952, 4 Door Ford V-8 for Margarita SchCol at Moranrc ta, FOR RENT ballt
lain. 25 cycle, small G. E. radio, low mileage, leaving Isthmus. Best C. Z. Forms of proposals, fi-FOR RENT
Borch plants and other household offer accepted. Call Ft. Kobbe catio ', and full Parliculars may Miseeianous.
ts. House 5533-C. Diablo 3276, durinn duty hours. be obtained from th office of the Miscelaneous tanker
SMIhts--. iF- OR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet. 4 door Contraoct and Inspection Dvnsion FO RENT.-Lo l r s ll 0 .',
'.R SALE:-Mahogany cabinet with new tires, radio, excellent condi- Room 336, Balboa Heights ITele- and office. o squa* e meterlk ttu-
Zenith 78 and 33 1-3 record tion. 6.675.00. May be seen Wil- Phone 2-3739 or 2-26981. SpeC- a"b A i Mc-rale' Aseuee No. 4.
", players. Public address type am- lhamson Place No. 0774-F, Balboa flcot;ons and drawings will be is- "Elo CA. Mongrles, A e Hotel 4.
Splifier, 12 inch speaker, Phone FOR SALE:-I 1942 Pbckard in very set .D epost wl be forfeited if $30.00 Panrma 3-1292 F -31s
Navy 2394. D ued eposit wileorfe$0.0 if r u
,o4ovy 2394. ood condition, good tires and ra- specificoations and drawings are not 3-1292 r 3- .,,
1oi ",dio, for only $250.00. Call Curuh- returned wthn 40 aen -.sf
SALE:-9 cu. ft. Westinghouse du Tel. 6128 Roos family No. after opening of bids.- LOST f 2dP'"
1' -4 H. P. motor, set mahogany INVITATION --
end tables. 212-B, Pedro Miguel. FOR SALE:-4 Door 1942- Willys. FOR FURNISHING NATIVE LOGS lady's wristlet wt E s
phone 4-.06. perfect condition. good tires. Call Panama Canal COmpany invItes o teen Ancon, w iabla erimt '
2-4624 during office hours. sa fr furnishing 40.000 BMFT phone 2-2408, fn
'!R SALE: Baby's critn'.cquarter- You will get the .best servIco and Aimrndra and/or Guoyacan Logs un- 2 d v d
Master steel dresser, steel dining- meals in Panama at Nondo's Drive- der sealed bids opening 10:30 A
Stable, green porch blinds. Call in. M., February 5, 1953. Invitation No. FOR SALE
1 3167. W ANTED-- available at the office of Su-
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UBs.. stea *10___b_ FOR SALE: Ketch Jolly Msrener Vst Nando's tor thebest fc r tove- o niwaW. Pragest wll
S OF TIME SET FOR I WAN built fED:-Chevrolnd e or Plymouth wood shades. o t Canal Zon h .or, ti floor s eac w th
192, AND HEAN CATdoor SO HullA edtan, perfect con- duplex Pthone C. 2-4419 licen between plulng dr swi L ,
S taeOR LSt wb CeS dutinle. steel ripymeng. PhoSee Cp2- 12 5. 1948 Buick Rdmastr 100 fruit e. t eh _wi
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MRS. WRAY INSTALLED IN HIGHEST REBEKAH OFFICE Washington Cotillion tra 7ventr
Dance Notice prtor, dt
Mrs. Wi!liam Wray was installed as Noble Grand of Cris- The Washington CotillionClub ct-- 8 Anthony
tobsl Rebekah Lodge No. 2 at an opan Installation ceremony wil Ihold Its regular form 7Ax, o. c. an. 31 t stars in 9Mud
at the Cristobal Ma-onic Temple Tucsday evening. Mrs. Percy dance tomorrow at 8:0D.M. -Not h Carolina offielal de
LawrenClef tolrelyDir d.
Lawrence, of Gatun, v rs the retiring Noble Grand. the ballroom of the Hotel WUah-d today to rely entirely Di ocates 1Dirk
EmIngton. loi iftlie act to legalire t dve Wt-*<
The lod-e hall was beautifully Grand. Mrs Emma Englebrght, Music will be furnished by the a doten" marriage pe advnt
decorated for the occasion with P.N.G.. Right Support, Vice- Royal Sultans orchestra. ed Illegally in the past o12 13 Horsems .
coral vine arid ferns. A small Grand. Mrs. Jessi2 Albright, by a forgetful h ace -u-t wer 18 Seine. ..
fence encircled the room with a PN.G: Left Support of the Vice- Wby a forgetful p. ian atJ ustic.r 20 Horseine |
ate leading to tne rostrum. The Grand. Mrs. Roberta Crandall; Religious Workers W'former state senator wn* 21 Handle 1
Eowers and greenerv were en- Insidce Guardian, Mrs. Margaret Council Meeting ormeredtate errnator, said river 21 Hanoodl
twined around the pickets. The Schuberg; Outside Guardian. Mr. The Atlantic Religious Workers dllsaly married t couples will ,anr 23 Air rbido
stations were marked with stand- Frank Estes; Musician. Miss Council will hold. Its monthly be ed of the mstke. alrm
Ing baskets of flowers. Grace Williams, P.N.G. luncheon meeting at the Cristo- ti fhiw s 4 ebr tan
The installing officer was Spe- Preceding the installation Mr. bal YMCA-USO Monday. Plans "We a no reason for that."C ..vi. -Ablove 4
clal Deputy Miss Grace M. Wll- Semon Therlot. P.D.D.S.G.M.. was for the Easter Sunrise Service ummerall aid, explaining tht enes from a "25 Above
Hams. P.N.G. with the following presented the Past Grand Mas- will be discussed. arSoeillsioduced linthe at5 *vie are 2o Unaspt 4
Past Noble Grands. Oeputv Mar- ter's lewel by Mr. J. L. Williams, ------ bill Introduced In the dite .
shal. Mrs. Clara Chambers: Dep- the present D.D.S.G.M. legiturea Wednesday sot w1* Wwn. a
uty Warden, Mrs Christine Poole; Following the installation Mrs. Vesatry d t eth la d May ies M aIs
Deputy Secretary, Mrs. Emma Wray presented Mrs. Percy Law- Iad numerous other actsaer Stivus
Sstes: Deputy Treasurer, Mrs. rance the Past Noble Grand Jew- formed by E. L. Arthur. an a slL UydW
Betty Marshal; Deputv Chaplain, el. as her first official duty. Mrs. TJu sR |ofl peace *In"'9 S* 3 l
Mrs. Jessie Albright; Deputy In- Lawrance also received a silver -o Bed ville. N. C., who forgot to renew a3vke a pest 4
side Guardian. Mrs. Leta Robin- meat platter as a gift from her his commission last year. 6 e
son; guest organist. Mrs. Arthur officers. cArthur's commission expired t cente
The officers who assumed their Mr. Williams surprised his Jan. 15. 1952. and the error went tec
duties at this time w it h Mrs. daughter, Miss Grace Williams COLON. Jan. 30 The sched- undiscovered until Jan. 6, 1953. 4ral'tdri
Wray were: Vice-grand, Mrs. with the gift of an engraved Ray- ule at Christ Church By-the-Sea Summeraill said be askedd state 44thde tree
Phyllis Turner; Secretary, Mrs. cl. Miss Williams in turn had the on Sunday will begin with the Rep. Carl Venters to remedy the 4 Metal fastene
Elizabeth O'Rourke, P. N. G: honor of presenting the newly monthly corporate Communions situation through legislative ac- 45 MeSl fastener
Treasurer. Mrs. Violet Deakins, installed Noble Grand a gavel as at 6:00 a.m. This will be followed tion just as had been done bv 48Twister
P.N.G.; Chaplain. Mrs. Mary Lou a gift from her husband. by Choral Eucharist and Sermon state lawmakers In a sifmilr 51 Princely
Tolbert: Warden, Mrs. Helen Guests from the Pacific side at 9 a.m., during which service case In the 1930s.
S tern; Conductor, Mrs. Frieda I included the oldest Noble Grands the vestrymen elected for the 4 Penetrats
Boydston: Right Support of the on the Isthmus, in point of mem- year will be installed by the rec- Summersill said Arthur had FAWrilhtens
Noble Grand. Mrs. Emma Estes, bership. Mrs. Edith EPDley and tor, the Rev. Malnert J. Peter- "the best Intent, of course, and 56 VYrs between
P.N.G.; Left Support of the Noble Mrs. Made Clinchard of Lodgeson naturally he was very concern- 1and 20
___ -- _-- of Balboa. T.andMrs.NanPbhlgrlm.all ed when he found out about it." 57 Lock of hair
of Balboa. Those to be Installed are Vie- "We checked the marriage T2. L
Fooba E. Henriquez Sydney G. An- records." he said. "About half a
Football edyMiss Davis Compimentd person, Noel C. Henriquez, Nor- dozen marriages were rform- Print term
With Morning Coffee man C. Brown, M.B.E., Handel ed by Mr. Arthur during that 2 Prepoon
To Be Ded aled Evelyn B Davi.of Jama- K Lawon Granvile A. DePasperiod." 3Devot
To Be Dedicaed ca, NewYork, was the guest of H. Alonso Prescod, Henry A. M-
honor at a coffee given by her Blake, and W. Herbert Linsday. The attorney said most of the .-
To BHS Bulldogs UI6--U-VA'L !
niece. Mrs. i. M. Rowell Cou the At the Service of Evensong, grooms in the illegal ceremonies
Coco Solo Officers' Club Tuesday which begins at 7:30 p.m., the were U. S. Marines from nearby
morning.
"Beauty and the Beef" by Wil- Mrs. P. N. Curry. Mrs. R. K. special preacher will be the Camp Lejeune who were un- .
llam Davidson will be present- Oriffin, Mrs. W. H. Erb, and Mrs. Right Rev. Robert G. Gooden, D. aware the man who performed
ed at the Diablo Clubhouse A.P. Anderson presided at the D., retired Suffragan Bishop of the ceremony was not technical-
Theater on Feb. 11 and 12, ac- coffee services. Los Angeles, who is on the ly authorized to do so.
cording to announcement made The tables were beautifully Isthmus visiting his son, the Arthur explained he was so
today, decorated with red hibiscus blos- Right Rev. R. Heber Gooden, S. busy he forgot to have his cornm-,
The comedy will be the second soms and vivid croton leaves. T. D., Ep.scopal Bishop of the mission renewed after it expired'
stage offering of the year by the Si::tv ladles called during the Missionary District of the Pa- last year. Venters -aid after ins
Balboa Little Theater. morning to meet the visitor, nama Canal Zone. producing the validating meas-
.. "America's Number 1 Football The night service will be pre- ure in the legislature.
comedy" is the true descriptive March Of Dimes Dance ceded by a- reception in honor
line about 'Beauty and the Beef.' Saturday of the visiting Bishop. It will be Ventera' bill was routinely re-
and the play here will be de- A dance will be held at the held on the rectory lawn from ferred to a committee to begin
dicated to the all-victorious Bal- Fort Gulick Officers' Club, Sat- 6:00 to 7:00 p.m., when members its Journey through the slow
boa High School Bulldogs foot- urdav evening to raise funds for and friends of the parish are in- legislative processes. The legis-
ball champions. Eight first- the "March of Dimes." Lleuten- vited to join with the rector and lator said the couples Arthur
string players and a business nnt John McNeal. is chairman of Mrs. Peterson in greeting the married probably never will
manager of last fall's team are the affair. distinguished church dignitary, know the difference.
represented in the huge cast. Dancing will start at 9:00 p.m.
Tickets will be on sale with All officers and their ladies of
S the ,eat reservations in the lob- the Armed Forces and Pll other
by of the Balboa Clubhouse and; residents who are eligible to at- A
the Diablo Clubhouse on the tend are cordially invited to do -
Sunday afternoon previous to so. B h pool nal
the twin showings, with Miss .l
Edna Hart, business manager of Rosar Altar Society LATE SHOW TONIGHT 10:30 P.M. 1 1
the theasei group, in general Announcement Tibbets who o
supervision. The Ro*ry Altar Society of the hard luck to flh In
Ithe crst of the play Foot- Its will receive Commnrilon to-* SCOTT BRADY whi ah.uh. is Is
ball players Tom Jenkins, Bruce ether at 7:30 a.m. Sunday. Feb- o story that II1
Orvi., ,joe Oliver, Kirk Tibbetts, ruary 1. CHARLES RUSSELL ILr ,,-O .4
Tea Norris, Jim Jones Ray ear-Old Celebrates
Niicsher, C a r I Widell and Six-Year-Old Celeraes w i -fr l
Jarts Herzog will oe heard ante rMr. and Mrs. C. S. Asburv e I
seea, along with John Hamma, tertained with a p-r'tv at their htit A N W,.[' '" '
Joe riarar, Bill Hatchett, Harold Gatun home. Sunday. for their
Jo r a, Bi ahetarold, hter. Diane on her sixth
* f McCarrici, Bruce Quinn anca b rtldev ann versary. t
'nBaes Walsh. hoo- The voun, gests Included: -
] Batliaa High School or- Elizabeth Pearson. Cathie Pen- .i .
chetra will play the oveiure xlinaton. Ginger Thomas, Mt5-
beiore the 7:'u curtain and will f'hael. Ivan Pnd Nickv Klasovsly,.
/ furls music beteEn the acts, Edna Me Forsythe, Charlne and IT" S SH OW T I M E TO N I G T
with vicr Herr in charge. Cookie Graves. Carole LaCroix,
Cathy Scheibe, Lucy Rodriguez, | R-e '
p, 1HiaTeo (anama Ranal (g eteS |TARRING
Yom aryiandG Mrs. H-rman Keepers. Mrs. eaters
Richard Pennington sand Mrs. "U
i In Line As Heir 'ss- Klasovsky assisted the host- AL A E 3t-1W
S. 0 20 3: atrdav "ABOVE AD AETONDU I a ma. Uea,.w "CAVE OF OUTLAWS"I
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KIACOWAN, Leo..andijJan. 301
(Ub-'-A young sergeant fiom
Maryl.nd founa himself in line
toaay as a possioie heir to the
baroieicy ot Dunbatr.
The soldier, J(on Ivor Dunbar
of bomerse*. County, Md., is
nwrv.ng with a U. S. regiment of
mu _.n..ain engineers.
Sir James. Geprge Hawker
Round LJunbar, 90. the 10th
baron of Dunbar, died yester-
day at Bognor hegls, Englana
A 3,000-acre Scottish estate
here goes *with the title.
Richard Sutherland Dunbar.
Who would now be 80. is heir to
the title. But his whereabouts
have not been known lor iu.ny
Pfars-
After him is Adrian Ivor
Ddnbar of Maryland, who be-
came a naturalized American
In 1937. He is the sergeant's
father.


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-,N f tor W visit n llbekn Ana aro1 byt he wh re o s Woman. l .
and staler-tn- slinwUteltok po: os'- -' The report showed that the
e l Are y arlg renetalr ., -_R .to e--- e, p -l ie M deurmn1 the 19lSahl ea per-
tek mnn, .CTeherlbl ,. e C lu "BtS an'mnne whott ich loa d were approximately 00 less
rl Letter J. Wo t h Am ei s tt thn for the 1h1 ale ohCfh
oMr- Whitlack. eMt. I,' iolnay Moor of o th ib y eo. ia .s r f-' te1,M .1,1oun h donh-
-- Crbta returned to Panoma ,- atS.? 10f30. i,.." ,,,, tofaarecaived by the ,'lbercu-
N 1bai. r Ia Visitor Aer. cetly By plane r e arom a Irt be, mary Bo ,Ah lome Associatlon, other than
shuley J. McNalr, of vis to vesral America.: Wil S-W1 Se S d e the om lea o Chrstmas seals.
M. am, C,. on Ane -Fam In; ..l. ,_toMA. S Oh. h, wedre prti b lrthatr those
enira ef was kieveralwHebe llb Clob owed b he alvoune wekend ouwr wr aon oiUn
Sth ol r houI.oe guest of he mebeka Club l meet hl ales od n the Pcflc spde of
m a, Oiteun- t.- on wh l ow t I 5 .il r A ntlc aide sais totlled
r t Mc .ridte. n a ep t6IM 1ad 5.Ea at 5t h o Littl Thea, t in5 Amo 1.S6lliaS ? amounted to
oru se lyAEtti Te aA. Vi.. No ...ric. a l rht-al.or the11s al1 2 c.....
MNiarsh late huIbad, th ideon t edni.th". .* -- C r The complete list of catsh Bales
a ofVthe Plftee hold ite. Fy ua a m whenlth
Mota.r, was a top e ton.or oicers will amd m hn o.. nOffie made I. n vuinus locations byb.
Wgleneral who wa heland will e wedfoll owed by a TM rL oi lunter workers and or0.nmza-
drng W orld Way aoc al hour. Oaen hr Bofn the Hamadan ti r_ ol. 8W8.
s Te ar Hte rna r a h Motts t se. lO w ol meet at 730 pthn oe Asi other t hantl B Ing,
a. Mrs. M arI n v 3.dsAr- IM er l tA flu ca. a"frot the Lmthe Theatte Io Anco.Chr DIs, t; 0 srge oaspit-
o 0and th nton u aula Ar-e our ong 4 3.5_e.h -, 0; te n obth an oe, 21.77;
TatAa of.TS ala osre .Mr.. pse A41,r te I Womeal's lBalbl nwtn'i f 182.93;
lawrte fox a vgsit with thi reldec to RAh thteei aG'^rin rabiOB o hee Woman's O1ue 0 .fr i -9
A? sD, ieceOfthe de on WedneRar i T thePibra ur the eiJ' MIonf toWb,1-
ondant .01 the Fifteen+ n' +_ i '. * .' ,t'--'Ja"'ld i u bnmario n Tnt- 80; Troop Olrl Scouts, Bal-
r otheit or the Ji emn will Fl antlsid-ideualestoaldr
I rlcts. CRet Ae ta1,o Dbee.e u Tonight ho8d SIlt o te.1heeting uth a W Gi a l-
Oc_ _a hr h ..et, V tNo a eC tt ,.*il.. fe- 11.5s
o.u guelss, U.8.rs. r an od D 4BacIno'W Co rlllbeh eld thi. eve. w lSu" .--dnd w-m ..v' ,, CltOl o 150.04, Oatun.
bM ealLs at hand the ecn Lgon a ,, i de tHa "W a 69.10; Marg cm rltae, 80.85. Total:
itrbe woaompas led b Club In the Fort AmadorArva s an rvoeon a .
d rl Wright John- or members and their guests. n recall thoe ..Donatons their than the sale
wth eth. F r who enere new o fthe conH amao
Met -. a-Gotwm in m ar --erlte a cordial Invite wJlbchj l, l M ro PacTific
lT AeWin Clnb ti t a attend. otthea tend i110 a tem At-
dMr.ar in. The Fern NLeaf Steangd Circlea lete3oPe wing e tora d f
r e St o Weay Seving c ht etreshments bei lnUe 1da lpte dBuals and or-
o-tIM. forevaln' fm.ord In eaBoaenab o se-, ,, *W
Q witahfor scrrored e toIWe l/ e.S 'a- _
,MOd E Iars.C.of am. Bee-m Alcu. .a .. ..l ,.Wa al.
b t nl ce of iethes- tieoSCWfon d a4 alUrionCubrechWi 0 oIs ,B boa,
w 'orws te Attenhpng guests Included uTrool* li MmaK
I A yesUir Jelb. F)ox, Mrs. Marie Seell dut. Troop l1 _lwpter 5No. 4G, ra ,
v we acconaned u0is. Mrs. Midge -aln. Mrw. tten -uttgof the Pa- ,M
e. & M 'e. H. D. Horton, Heen Thomas, Mrs. htltsmn.ema n" jla'metgl s ..totry S io- s
are aoea o&Larlrote, North _..hnake. Mrs. Florence Yard, ctty WW~eajy eel tN
b U affe. Da cinwirl. V Halhedtty 8M. Mera tC the ta u'ch Zet t anaea 4
n.^ lr b rw it a22'p Th l er for the enlg 414, B. P. ; -
Waplkitk aa Say~.r Henry Wlred Setzer. d mn' -
led atat the'.- mericn..-- -iL -- Cu10t-. of Mammam U. 8. N.- cer o a
I. Wal;te Cark, oM-oh.-. .. i .a-it Museut.e ms ubi ballld+ Op bl
bew York, was the guest Mni rllalintlhe .T .P .o .eld "'
d rarB Wrigh John es for- and |W nigut. A women In the elnd his m o t h
u3to eS0O -I ecmrq was umlluurate4 a re-
,r oadeomeis eollal Vista L U ,' 0i." from P.acific

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To I l fand
The TnM owa mea who
donated mohne a tothing for
Jamaica chlea W were left
with v*ty ot1te li lb g by the
hurricane wblliA _uck the
British Weast 1 island in
1951 was rlei4Hibedfty by the
Asoelaclon. de Aeare~alento La-
tinoamertcano y dl Caribe,
which recently wase changed
from a -om .lAtee to an aso-
ciatloa.
The list, however, Is not dom-
plete because sowe donors re-
quested that thr names be
omitted. These will receive n-
dividual meinallu '-of thanks
from the socaion&&
Bolts of dress mjateral bought
with the fund collected were to
be shipped reenmtlr on the Rel-
ns del Paclfico, however, the
boat did not take on any cargo
here on Its last visit.
Cash donations were received
from: Erie Hlbbert$1. James
Alexander $2. Mrt Charlotte
Ogilvle $9. Mrs. Fi reM Wil-
kinson $1, Miss Eloulse Piggott
$1, Manuel de la Rosa $1, Hum-
berto Ecbevers $1, Mrs. Mary
Levine (collection) $8.50. George
8. .dward, $1, Mrs. ugeqn Mc-
Kuene $4, Leonard Mealwy 1,
Charles p. Burrows 0 cents,
Miss OMiste Beathor $1, James
0. Gaornell $3. Mrs. Ambruoslne
Burell 75 cents, Victor Bvans $1,
Josmeph N: Davis $1, Mrs. Ger-
trude Wright (Revival Mission)
$10.97, Miss Louise Watson $1.
Mrs. Step 50 cents pad Alfonso
Green $ .
The tal amount received was
$48.9. Clothing 'was donated by
E. Raymore of the Tropical
Laundry, and Mrs. Ajilla Cal-
lendar.
Emblem Club No. $59, Royal
Netherlands Steamshp Co., C. B.
Fenton Co., Inc., b Re-
bekah Club, Crtoal Canal
Zone Lqde No. 1542, BP.OE.,
int'l AFlation of Maehinists
Lod M'N 19, Intl *Association
of P I.Whters Locl No. 13,
Int'1 of Operating En-
tneeJ, l ldard 'l ip t &
t 6opy Coral
Chapter M 3, O.Es.
Total csh sales. $1,124.70, Do-
nations W l. Total: $1,94.70.


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RUTH MILLTT Says....
In a recent letter a wife
i'sted all the things she had i
done for her husband in
I twelve years of marriage. Things
Ishe felt weren't properly ap-1
predated.
8he had held down a Job
wmuring the first few years of
marriage to help her husband
get his start. fiba had "done
without thoM for herself" so
that money could be put back
Into his business. She had
been a good manager.
Well, that's all fine. And
die should be prdud of all of
those things.
But what did she do to make
her husband proud of him-
ielf? This, after all, Is what
makes a man happy with a
woman. Not the sacrificing
Inhe does to help him get a-
bead. 4
A man often secretly resents
the Idea that It was necessary
for his wile to help him get
his start-so that his appre- I
ciation of her efforts in that
regard mp.y be tinged with the
leellng that he should have
been able to make the grade
alone.
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A HELPING MATES JOB IS
MOR= DIFFICULT
STHEREFORE, It is even more'
Important for the wife who
1h`100 her husband get a start,
to build up his self-esteem,
than it ia for tht wife of the
,nan who can say to himself:
"I've made, a succas and I've
made it .alone."
That nsy be unfair but It is
true In many Instances. So
what has the wife .done to
build up 1ier husband's pride
in hiblmself?
Has. she made him the kind
of home that he Is proud to
bring his frdinds to?
Hae she publicly given him ;
credit for his succes--instead
of always reminding others of
what a rough time she had
when he was getting his start
and how she held down a Job
in order to help him?
Has she worked as hard to,
make lis home life lesaant
and .entertaining as the wife
whose husband got ahead with
but his wife's help.?
It isn't enough for a wife toL
have done those things for her
husband that shre can take"
pride in having done. She has "
to make sre she has also done
things that make him feel
proud of himself.
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP) -A
cat with a fractured hip ap-
peared at the emergency room
at St. Francis Hospital. An In-
terne gave the feline first aid.


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League GoddessMea Go2ddesu Moam teddws
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4 well-matthd (lId (1s "C" S6i50 seven furlong sprint features -La tGringa Cbie Peg W.
InmorroW's weekli Satuidav program at the Juan Franco Race TEAM STANDINGS Kisamn agp Celie l
Track. Thigh wide open race has five entries, all of which rate a Ly T


Jose Bravo. Baxter's 3 5 .375
Sprinter Sir koss. however. will come in for a fair share of Pan Liquido 0 8 .000 '-Interlude (al Plal Pai Colea TPlal
hawking in the muluels because of his excellent workouts plus the Placel Pepsi Cole. Plasel P lpsi C
Improvement in his assigned rider. This lime Bias Aguirre will YESTERDAY'S RESULT 7-Pavr Demi Pave
have the ler up. Pe t O Dm
Bfdi ino. second to Lsplendor last week. and Coraggio. which CAA 14. Baxter's 2 Reserie Pavi. e Idl.em Bedlam
has. a fast closing third., ill be well supported in the betting too '-MisE P.irE Nalul.ne C 4 Seem Mil PalW mf
and are expected to be in the thick of the race at the fInish. TODAY'S GAME Ca.rsta Mhi. *airfax Neheines Mkis..es
The surprise element may be furnished by the improved Min- rf Ni Hi
go nhicli this week iill have hustling Cuban jockey Rolando Lo- Firemen s In. vs. Pan Liquido 9- dulnJ Sir e Nwhslr mer Pe
pez Gil in the saddle. Mingo has been going well in his early --- C g din Sir es *
morning tuneups and may well spring one of his frequent sur.
prises. Leading batters (Based on 20 10-4i1dle Pick Goldo nPlk Golden Pick Golden. Pick
The secondary attraction of the day may turn out to be the or more times at bat) Recede Galwn USeils,* agI. eles
best race on the card. This seven furlong Class "El gallop pitsuName TeRDABBiRsUei
Paver, Rosario. Silver Domino and Bedlam against each the Name Team AB Hits AvT.. --Peve Naic" Wild Justim 'W JPi
e " "'Smith, G. F.I m. 21 9 .429um rr 1 9'

Int Race "F" Natives 6', Fgs.' 4-Corista V. Castillo 117 pescod F.I. 22 0 .409 \d.a r I
Purse: $275.00-Pool Closes 12:45 5-Quo Vadis J. Bravo 110 Hale Elks 24 9 .375T k.L .
First Race of the Double 6-Goylto E. Corcho 113x Malene CAA 25 8 320
1-Tin Tani V. Ortega 1w20 17-Bartolo 0. Castillo 115r 25 8 320
2-Dominow J. Gongora O11x 8-Mosqueton E. Ortega 107x atterson CA 8 .320 i
3--Romantico V. Castillo 120. 19-Sun Cheer J. Cadogen 120 1Roberto Elks .26% 7 .6 Ol u re 0 StaU e 'Iilhtr '
4-Mochito F. Rose 112 l 7'.2 -
5-Rosa B M Hurley 112 9th Race "C" Imported --7 Fgs. Yesterday afteriidoik CAA
6-Campasino A. Vasquez 114 Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes 5:15 trounced Baxte es transporters
7-Taponazo J Cadogen 106 One-Two 14-2
8- Diana B Aguirre 112 1-Newminster J. Bravo 112 P1tro, the winning pitcher,

1nd Race "C" Natives 7 Fgs. --CMring 0 Cn f, .108 ase hits and three walks.
Purse: $325.00 Pool closes 1:15 5-Beduino A. Vasquez 117 A]. Miller went the distance
Second Race of the Double I for Baxter's; was responsible
1-Primor) J. Chuna 103x, 10th Race "H" Natives 4/ Fgs. for 14 runs on 16 safe hits and
2-Amazona) J. Bravo 120 Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 5:40 gave u six free passes.
3-Manolete C. Kam 112x 1-Bagalefio A Ycaza 1 01x CAA scored three runs in the
4-Moon Goddess K. Flores 112 2-Golden Pick A. Mena 120 first, iced the game in the third'
5-Dixiana B. Aguirre 112 3-Recodo F. Hidalgo 97x whe.n they sent 14 men to the
6-Don .Jaim V. Castillo 120 4-Galon R L. Gil 1go 7 plate to score eight runs. end
e ..... A5-Lady Caren E. Ortega 10x ad ed three insurance runs In
3rd Race "H" Natives 1 4'~. Fgs- GOLDEN PICK excluded from th seventh.
Purse: S275.00 Pool Closes 1:45 the betting. Baxters two runs came in the
One-Two first as a result of a base on
i-La Nifia E Ortega 100x balls to Correa, and Lawyer. an
2-Colhi' J Caldosen 106 error by second ba,.9man Pat-
3-Prince Wad Bake 10 p terson, a fielder's choice to
4-Ko'laun A Baz"n 114 'aci i Div, IIOMedinger and a single to Woody .
5-La Oringa R L Gil 10 io Woodruff. I ,





Sofbal Leaoue N T M T s
7-1alerlla C 10 Softball Lea gue The box score: BEAU ACK UI SMLT 3 BOIU :
4th Race "H"pNatives 47- Fgs. CAA Fighlt f&M .are sure to get SgUingfor._ KO to eve n.we
Purse: %275.00 Pool Closes 2:20 Imore than %eir mon,'s W o r sore With y. Five_ y
Quiniels THE STANDINGS AB H R unday t when ta u r kayod
---Ta Lad V J Bravso 120 TEAM- Won Lost Pet. Malene, 3b 4 1 1 In ea36 l ts l n b wM both we ag..
2-Pilopo F Rop 12" Florsheim Electric. 4 1 .800, Patterson, 2b 5 2 1 C o TIo II s '_tg'
3-Plol, J Bakles 107 Ideal Bread.. ....3 1 .750 Cox. as 4 Bourn ed
4-La Nesta A BonzuleZ m9 tx Army QM 3 1 7 ar lb 3 0 0 a'b 5 3 3 J pn **a4e-. Ede u
5-Resorte B. Aeulrre 116 Naval Station 3 I .750 Polomski. 2 2 3 0lumianPilTh D1p 110--q
S -Electron R L Gil 10 C.L.O. .. .. 2 1 .667 Haggerty. 1 1 1 at t D th
7-Silenco A Mena 107 Army Transp .... 2 2 .500 Platro. p 4 2 0 -
8-Don Joaquin J Reves 120 Army Ordnance .. 2 2 .500 Hobart, If '2 3 1 ls e Of
m~ F' I Commis."ar ....y 2 3 .400 Dalton, If2 2 v11 1,co 6 1e t Z19f DnI
5th Race "J" I orted- Fa. Navv Ordnance 2 I.333 miller, c. 0 Ots
Purse: S375.00- Pool Closes 2:55 Armv Laundry. 4 .200 Jordan. c 0 1 hi t bt '.
1-Wild Justice 0 Chns 120 C. Transp.... 4 .200 Jones. E. 3 1 preve arer.
2-Fordo Rose 106 Army Signal 0 .000 Moor, c 1
3-La Chata A Men'1ll 12,... ?oe ct10l. Jack ?attd r hi p
4-Pularlto AUbidia NEXT GAMES Ttu 38 1 1 Erer 00 MAra1 1 6a
5-Pinta A. Vasquez 10 1 Saturday, 3 p.m.: Navt Ord- tortl8 thn ra1 IIcbar Aeer
th Race "J" Imported 7 Frsnance vs. Army Signal: 4:30 p.m.: BAXTER'S satlonal Iald&o Mltbrnez In Co. ($1); '
thRae "Imported -~ 7 Fr Army Laundry vs. P. C. Trans- Ion and dropped a unanimous
Purse: 5375.00 Pool Closes 3:35 portation. AB on and dropped a unenimos
First Race of the Double Sunday. 9:30 a.m.: Army Corea3b-ss 3 1R deemellon. However, the only
l-Cafionszo V. Castillto 120 Transportation vs. Commissary ,1 3 0 1 stomu er =an InentIve
2-Jeerin H. Hidalo 103x' Tom Collin. Lawyer. If-r 0 1 to urge JSince the
3---Miss MattPMonday5:00pm.: Naal Sta-Mediger, as-3b 3 0 0, he has reeletl off four straight
Monday, 5:00 p.m.: Naval Sta- Woodruff. c 3 1 01wins each mare decialvettan
4-Interlude, .J Cadopen 120 Ilion vs. Army Signal: Commis- Le Vee. b 3 1 0 the prev oe decisng e'an
5-Bendigo E Conrho 117x ',arv vs. P. C. Transportation. Newhose. 3 1. 0 the previous ou g.
8-Callmnedear E Darlo 103 Newhouse. e 3 0 0
7-Fanaket H Waite ll P.C. Transportation 10 Army Miller. V 3 0 0 His last time out, Jack punch-
-Pincet u Trinsporatone 11 Arm Anderson. lb 3 0 0 ed Idthmian Flyweight amp-
8-Pince B Auirre 115 Signal 5. Hin, rl 3 1 ion Bab. Qroz' ace n
9-Pepsi Cola A Vasquez 110 The Malta Vigor lads of P. C. Hinz, r-If 3 1 0 ion Baby. Qulroz' face into a
bloody pulp. The referee had to
Transportation hit the win col- Totals 4 hal proedng h the third
7th Race "E" Imnorted 7 Fgs. umn for the first time by crash- Totals 27 4 2 halt p eed intheth
Purse: $550.00 Pool Closes 4:05 dIng into Army Signal for a 10-5 round.
Second Race of th Double Iverdict SCORE BY INNINGS
1-Vampiresa A Razan 114 In a nine-hit attack, paced byl Bourne oo ao 1
2-Pedom T ro lntwo homers bv Cleo Parris. the CAA 308 000 3-14 hila met ou imprth ve'
3-Filambaro R. Kellmnan 118 motor mechanics battered T. Lo-Baxters 200 000 2 victory to his credit. H will000 SUPPUES
4--Silver Domino B Aouli're 112 iDez. the losing pitcher. H. WI- 1be the underdog in bout a.
5-Pavern R L Gil 96 lams twirled an Impressive three over Navy Ordnance to keep but Is confk'ent of ut over
-Pett Poi A. Va.nez 12n hitter for the Mtound victory. Lo- within striking distance of the an upset. His constant1m0H
7-Rosario A PhIllips 115 De Doled out a homer. pacesetters of the league. style. is sure to makr thia-
The batting aces were T. Lo- Leonard Graham hurled a four-I battle more than lntereutln..
rh Race "35" Imported I Mile Dez 1-1 C. Parrls 2-2. R. Brooks hitter in copping the decision. F .
Purse: 5375.0un- Pool Closes 4:40 2-3. and Cleg Parris 2-3. Davis, the losing hurler, yielded Meanwhile, the big by .
-Cal Quiniela F oArmy Ordnance 6. Navy ten safeties. Transito id and herlco
2-NehClnraonG F Ro4P 12n Ordnance 5. The heavy hitters were L. Gra- Plummer continued o pums
2--NehFtnco G Sanchez 11 Army Ordnance s q u e e z e d ham 3-3. A. Petit 3-3, and L. Mc-tmel their sparring mates during !6 1!ne At .Ii-W'
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LONDON, Jan. 30 (UP) by heart and circulatory disor- 3 J
More people died during "the ders nearly three times. -1
great fog" that blacked-out The report said there was an .
London in the week ending Dec. almost complete absence of air ,'. .
13 than during the great cholera movement and temperature was ...f i "
epidemic in 1866 according to low at the earth's surface. "Let the Poi.e -know the truth and they ..n
London County Council statis- This produced what is tech- ... ... ....r. L* .: i' We,-
Health lain MacLeod. whereby the air is cold at sur-P.,
tics setitodaytodMinister of nay caire acn inverse I'WENTY-.IGHlH TEAR. PANAMA, R. P.. DUNRAX Ait 20, 13 52
Increase of deaths over nor- face lev.l and warmer above
mal during the blacked-out that. The cold air cannot there-
week was 445. compared with fore move upwards.
S the 426 increase in those slain Chimneys continued to belch
by choler. in the August week s m ok e. sulphur oxides, and I I X
in 1866. other air contaminants an
Only once before in recent concentrations of them increas- cl
times has there been a bigger ed much above normal.
increase in London's death rate. .
t was 725 over normal durngeanor Roosevell ueen E zabe F re M s
the 1918 influenza epidemic. Elano
Death in London rose from
945 for week ending last Dec. 6 AuestiJns Methods '
to 2,484 in the following fogged- Queslions Methods
out week. SOUTHAMPTON, Eng., Jan. 30 announced drastic attnm wdold night by anoth fr la a mat- Tw w
Compared with the average (Ul) | Re d l- trs (UP) police were completing be taken if the n-emokink regu- t wo decks IA i Dt-O
for the previous three weeks. UI US K U tinuiu the questioning today of 2,000 lation wa violated. second rt worl
deaths from bronchitis rose bv workmen and 40O crew members Experts were etlaidnIng pieces by OunardLIt.o l ,ait1 ita
10 times, by influenza seven NEW YORK, Jan. 30 (UP)- who were aboard the liner Queen of burned rope ad kapok found accidental," n was I pt o.al we ra t move all
r, times, by pneumonia file times. Mis. Eleanor Roosevelt said to- Elizabeth Wednesd1y and Thur- after the first fe. ut .a. . fl, mate rom em
by pulmonary tuberculosis four .jay she has a deep "fear of day when two mysterious fires The blaze which Itarted in a .But fire aboard the cab
and a half times. by other res- methods used in some of these broke out. cupboard of a maln deck state- Queen Ell !*ad--i other
S plratorv diseases six times, and! investigations" into Commun- room and waas rtot in 75 ml-.i ere- t l Mpto dock aler o
ist activities in the Unlied Every man who had been on utes Wednesday wmelollowed lat were stre. .. Nihol
S States the 83,673-ton ship was being In- s'--- ---, dfion
andnnesie P itr il terrogated while Scotland Yard's ne US Two nan h r tees

U rg e s di P e o p le "n o etho d Mr t no te rm ine whether arson and svlA N Ranb- en0h- rUmno

must continue to ally itself with sad. The sme methods they (UP) n e es cr- a utne t t m ft ru of the
U H Plyl" the former First Lady said, otage were involved.


~adtthe United States and oIe ht age n E crossed ino*outldrn Cana. cover, C. Llke e
almostForeign minister Katsuo Oka- he inevitable that a man's Only careful screened an . of
aki t the saLin e Up warned would "fall" som ewhere auth rized persons were permit 22 wh w t ,on
m he face of the long the line when asked the ted aboard the ship and officials ine al 10 or
TOKYOreat n.a 30 iUP-Pre- same questions week after week. asa md o d
ier Shigeru Yoshin da emphas- "olic t e think should have b reet-to eaof th a
ized anew today that Japan selfmwt hods. Mrs. RRo et i uANn aRANC1SCO, Jan. 30 -v-. crewmen abdr d dMon re
must continue to als mditselfawithsaidamemethodstanes criM-,a routine t_=12g. It yt-
the United States and other tr have in court." e For crossed r cled oooer CantTiasuver, to. i o.*astT oeLme wh ih h&
ree worend countries the Senate subcommittee Inves- Ray rTrouble and the U B. ~ife Northwt blm the mu=lt rpu# .Crlboo


Foresaid: countrygn of nationalist violence a year Butedae-. C but Deris f Taoma W e
hzaki t the same time warned gin one Authories were not certain re to e
polntment of Mr. Du es as h tis tin rno alleged Commun- ? T ena Ji n The tragedy amowq a dor twnd Pak o et t'.
tSecretary o State bespeaks U. OMrOW YOr t of ishap. which T2 per.Ja nwhf1e, wet ,on Simi
interest n Asaommu and th employed atthe United N- otExtrate policed and mobilerP sard cv e t foriU. ., .lv7mv*r oftw e reo bsilln10s of eA



pave new hope for tu Freedom CruSde anonymous appeal circulated pasto ys oyal -



Japanese-Americatu relations" yesterday. nad1an Air Foresotwl-~ ad-
Yoshda declared, "I would Legions. naireswere ordered on duuess c ounted fomber a fourth on
like to appeal to the people (to are remindedawfully worried soe- ays a precautionary meats airliner .
Ysid in a brIef policytimes because I think such In- ure against possible disturb- ui ntoaseafP-lit& I "m-




reoalize) thiat Japan must carnival to be held tomorrow t n Arac before ine could its to b bran v wa C li tfwf
speechtr before the Dof friet which vestgton do creat the Post Home the kind ances as Arabs were called- tomote, lonely cOut of nort0 t eoi
i n .ed St ayat, er ofatmosptr. o a ras heafaer in mo a British C a say.er bomber wastooreR
mor"ngtho long NewopYeart holiday, are awfully unhealthy for this ques to pay tribute to victims.d b.or.the p b anber.c yatc ontnir "
said: s d s con-Butedale, Cntobut Derims t C- Tacoma, W. p eara lB
-The selection of Mr. Eisen-t ago. at the ea utir-dadi afte on.-"
howertpi the new President of Ies to evethe paait- eo .
heUnkazakited sad "It s abundeant- Dress ance Authorities were not certain ct es t w ere day afternoon. t i t







ly clear our people will not committee has lined uo a door TranSport Strike It w the a d Roy Ca-
agree with Communism." prie? spot prizes, and a buffet. -nadan Att Tor plane to van- in,,
pointment of Mr. Dulle mies his oall Leonnares to attend of y luea n two day w t









and allies and theo will not and enjoy themselves, and at traa Wedneeaya a twin-engined edte?.l c m wet dr
Secretary of State bespeaks l the wme time help outr the ROMEJa30 ( A 12e Dakof ap with moven n o
S. interest In Asia, and they erotectorate would answer thes struck down four! janes in -The '..
paveor so-cll new hopethrd forfutures." Freedom Crusade Freedom Drve. appeal related past ays, O
Japane-Amer----relations" yesterday. nadoimC Ar Forep twlzlui i
Yoshida declared, "I would Legionnaires and their guests Mitshll be-nber wiI 4 1.
like to appeal to the people (to are reminded of the dance and Police Eei7ed bales of tracts., Uradt
realize) that Japan must rival to be held tomorrow in Arabic before they could astoonaft., to Van0 uvt '
strengthen ties of friendship hight at the Post Home at Fort be issued, but many were be- "a'
with the United States, lend its Amador. The affair Is being given leved to have gone out and he RCAF Mid f4d ejMn Wert"
strength to cooperation with the to aid the Crusade for Freedom the call was also passed by aboard the bomber which W F
United Nations. and thus con- drive for funds to combat Corn- word of mouth. lo t iro ka.
tribute to world peace." munism. Storm at th=t% 0Ell
Okazaki said "It is abundant- Dress is to be informal and the contact yesterday afteMoOn. -
ly clear our people will not committee has lined up a door Transport Strike It was the second ROM Ca-
agree with Communism." prim, spot prizes, andsa buffet. nadlan Air Force plane to vam. -
He said Soviet policy Is to Post Commander Bill Loehr Called I lh over stem Brt Co- -"

permit the existence of neutral the nme time help out the ROME. stan 30 (UP)-- A 12-leDakota transport withn-eveniande tft.
or so-called third forces." Crusade for Freedom Drive. houblLchr na'.oonwide strikeoalle d ao tapot wh -- nd.
day for Sunday.V o!i..w,=cu t
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by Communist and non-Com- W couldn't finda
munist unions which said that .traite cop told
negotiations for pay raises be- mu.g 'L m L, or he'd get a,
tween tram workers and their L- 3U K "Oive me a67tt
employers were broken off yes UK d. "I have foul
terday when they reached a NEW YORE, Jan. 30 (Up) -- "Drive on." the
stalemate. Defense counsel for leo6 nelr dont want to gilf
Minot-(Mickey) Jelke wil oppque et. Iy kd wpul
The strike would affect trams, any move to keep secret tsr Beil ot out 6o f
buses, minor rail lines and even names In /75 .t 100 "lUtlt b lk chauffeur drove .
boat services on lakes and Ia- books" turned up In t g so- road the bulldlM
goons. clety.vice ring, It was = to- utes while Berle
__day. '. As he enteid tl
Gable Flying Jelke, who alleed told rporters-"I
Gabe Fying minded the rin of lox around, TM
Scall irls a on d a l
Home By Comet lS. is d to go al no rett
Monday. Doe of New Ya .'
A source cle to Jellt s-t-. Il4 h
NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan. 30 torney,Samue ei1a. t I traJ n Mta
(UP) Actor Clark Gable, wind- Senal would demand Tthe You n d a pia"l
ing up work on the. motion plc- names be made puW thc e Olt- "a'nmy' at
ture "Mogaabo," left today by tle black books" 's tsro ed I ed arki'ng area
plane for Entebbe, Uganda. evidence. < . .
where he will board a BOAC Seral has filed a 'to a
Comet jet airliner on the first changethe, scene of1
leg of the trip home. cause of "fair d. l
He said he wanted to return Jelke's arretlast year,
some day "and go on my own tion will be argued n-
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