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i- Abraham t^Mwb ________________________
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ers,- Oil S k
breaking up of a plane in the
aboard the M l have
urvived leM sl.an hour had
they been throw thiear--
Sfreelng north Atntle imtere
l,$ without life e rat "
iOuH The menuLefrom the Omn-
bell w as eved here at 9:10
IH I t a.m nearly 1 hoursfter the
Sour-engned Torak airliner sent
SThe position given was 120
SmOles southwt of the last re-
kfrp olpt f*. f tcaP e
i zores to tr. M the
, an-a ayes.
cAd sea arches contlnu-
day for two other planes
ag offt te east coast but
my North AtlUAtic ap-
t. have swallowed up the
Dead in Holland'
445 In Britain
AMSTERDAM, Feb. 3 (UPF.--New breaks in centaril
old dikes and heavy snows heaped additional misery 0* 4
on the flood-wracked L"w Cenuntries." 3
Official md iwffaci tetbls placed the number -
deed in the centurys *rst storm- at 154 .
But the d&aste ited EOIpes potcs never c-1I
SmeH boo s i ambers t l i&-Ame days of DU
worked s.e4 tkgMO waters to' F
Islands and villlqestiltdtr off by the flood waters,
Under the leadership of United States Lt. Gen.
ton S. ,k of ed f.iitnceI comma
Gen. Matthew S. Ridgway, aid poured in from the A --4
States, Iriftal France,,Caneda, Sweden and Southk M~ic
Little oamd was mobilied as if for war.
Prine .Minltmr W0J1m Drees conditions in 18-4L atemt
told the nat pn weather reports mina th
"There Ulda v against the fall was slowig down. '
elemeattft a we shaUl w i." Id el mm wes*
r valmI mWI
5 Mite AN& Church was the
dso m eath t Me
Seosi a 5 Ithe o'clock
9 NuOW ae LeOO. 0I a
Mm of Ag who had
W eO dead after
I JuftiM nunorail to
ate en of aIthe
had a ^a few
W mSt isal be per-
32"MI I in
| ktunnl- under
In. 'IFA I
Sualow k as deep a
seven feet and I cold In the
wake of the wl-end hurricanes
and full moo nd were heap-
ing disaster ona diuter and it
as feared that ti more was to
Rescue workers said that un-
less the thousands of homeless
were sheltered soon, man y
would die of expose.
Epidemcs also wre feared.
The burgomasters of BilnIlss
and Oosterland on the Islad of
Schouwen warned~,n a ,a00 B
shortly after 3 Om. tt aIne s
their owns received Immediate
aid "there will be a fWret many
They asked for bhecopte and
The buromaster of *Brulnlse
radioed earlier that the dikes
rotecting the town had ollp-
More than s4 h rbeu after ithe
seas first o e to wuwhl s
the dikes 1 Ire
were in trees, o
floatinr der sor In the ppaer
A t'; the aleet-filled
night thet e sundI
peofaal on asBoawn
10fo1tr. have been
bslated saea a by a blla-
iard that raged18 hours.
The bUMrds extended to the
Ardenaes-. corner of Belgium
whre toe wartime e at the
Belga was though under simlr
Ble flood. ed house showing. Laundry
1i11 al- in the water and awung
f=rom a AMn between the
we ur- bIr and the house-top.
1a' 1 he t lted arms of under-
s- yh windmmis peeked abnov
[pagg water on Nord Beveland,
taAt 'least 24 children were
MR4 lae-IIn a baramn, S"
groo., It. We O M =
helmi dosmog s II c W l"tat
0a1wu B O persons We
tcedt for in azst Ans
persons dmed In the storm i
floods which hit Britain and-
costal waters Saturday
Some 310 were killed by
while the other 135 died In
The North sea coast today
dix)n out and searching
Last casualties and missng n A
The tiny Thamesetud '
land of Canvey called
Holland" was the harde tk
apot in Britain. The
death tell today on the
was given by police @uper et .
dent William B. Pope as 48. THI
final figure was expected 19
. Troops and poe llee ma g.
hease to hoe s earek the
ee flooded ares forw P
ea aInd bds. Mae f
area was under water
*4 fot wave broke the ma-
aroend the little MauId L,. -.
Troops and civilians wt 'i
the island's dikes a
alon the east coast tody
strengthen and repair them i
fore the next flood tides b it j
area the middle of this mnt *
Hundreds of people w re
brought from Canvey Islatf t'
shelters on the maland.L-
bulances, buses and truekLDW'
used In the evacuation. -
Many of the taiader
tenaciously to their flood I
homes. Some agreed to 1
cualed. Snow began
discomfort often sladek
Doemss of persem wgeo
ruled elf the Island lia
and others had ha-sn el
arms and elos iSure S
free from flooded
The sea poured throu
in coastal walls at
causing uMrther dam
There were at
homeless in Britain alm.
the east coast towns.
cities turned danea
bulldin and hoptaS
celvilu centers r--
Eob food, bifketa
chm. were pmd out by
eigl and ire RUPsL
,no ad U. 8.
lgt Ie waee n- ,-
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J;I _______________________ llr--~ rr ~~ -
S;IE PANAMA AMERICAN
I ..-p.I e P' ip ev TU W PA1 A AmlglgC-ANs PWSI INC. I
I' .nuNj~r~r av I4ALSON nOkagVaLL -f ** 8 N w
'7 17 T M T.I a '. i Af"J "
a grli ODBPP P NfAMmICAM *a. A e
I2d A da. ADe g 141 pala' e
'" *-in"*. 0". Or C**F C- '** -'l.*i a *r.- *or .3 *.***"* -
tei unr,r. *eS M@NF A D'"N CI* '* .
F 0 '* B .a, gq BY VICTOR RISBEL
iT r' CUR FOP"* TH- READRI WN COLUMN Tie time has come for cer-
'" .ol.t.cal and social aeirles,'"
""0 '.. %,L .]. . " .. C...
a p I- a e Ae' .[ l la: l1I LC *
I M l themselvess to the criminal
o so-- .. .. .,
Money which has paid for
The Meal Bsea 1in e pen l*eIs 9 t 'raogden e The Paemee Ame&. mol ) WLAnei a..... t r,...
I Iace. I prters a@t received g|eeulip nod aret handled go w lIW ho **%I- pg
doit.i omar.-m 'reza political leaden have'
I it iou contribute a letter den't be m106t rlet if t do@' appeal the accL.jJA miALots o01 dollars,i
L ae, a Lett.i *re 1ubli1hed m the. e*.e received anu even special banquets t.
S Ircn Iv lrtes writers as held M Isncteast sofie"e +ll.eiall LdndCiates.
Thisg ne.pape assumes no responsibility e ratefmens s **** A r I t e rm ur g, the free
sou s t ah t oglmreu s
FAMILY IN OREECt NEEDS HELP eSmps.n s by judges, may-
SAncon, C l., eefs, and even a
non C.Z. governor or two.
ir: hoeor the labor mobsters the
'contract" was ood. In re-
S Several months age I received a letter from a lady in Greece. in.. lur l e
Ii have no icea how she got my address but still the letter was Uroppeu imo w0 e ." .
written to me The lettr was written by Menexe Manitaa, and bucKet, they've not been at all
asked me if I could please send her some old clothes. 8he diasuruea hvo o.... ,
l that the situation in Greece was very bad and that any over lu.,000,Au,0Ous a ous
lothes that would be sent to her would be appreciated. Her of the rieets and the invest-
dwriting was not very clear and therefore I could not make eits ncy ma te and pr
tthe address. I sent er letter to this friend of mine who lives from by manpula
the States. as his hobby is writing to people in.foreign coun- unions
ries. I told him if he was able to make out her address to send 'Ah the boys never operate
to me and that. I would see what I could do about It. He said secretly. IIn fact, the govern-
at he did not know for sure what her address was but that he nt t ad a list -oan
uld write more or less what he made out of it. When he would not a little one, brother- to
t an answer he promised to let me know, and then write out a long tme. e
correctaddress. Few have heard of the "R-
List" -the Racket List. The
Today I received a letter from Menexe Manitaa and this is lt J evaders of income t. .
f hat her letter said: A list made up only of rack-
Dear Velma: eteers.
S Long time past from the day I send you my first letter. I There are more tha.n ,r2
de ot expec any reply and mlust write to you that I had or- cuion ever suspect men-
ff h you. TI thought I was unlucky. Yesterday I wau very sur- ty e o r qus tio c me in .
pised receiving a letter from an unknown person. I have not any Kelauwe hearing. Virtual)
other friend in America and that is why I was worrying about it. ak of thep are tied in w
Very Impatiently I open the letter nd read it. It was cle now. sO b the mae tied n s
I was so much touched i human interest that- speAd oraer die t l ir E in tEd special
forGod to bless you. You nT ust be a. tery find a k inetd met of tbe puau of Int
pending your time for an unknown friend living thousand miles U o Inter-
from you. This is true we have much need of help but wouldn't Now' of. coura it takes tim.
to give trouble to people like you. As I wrote to dear Gsen, to unoed the ayers o corte
the boy whom I gave her address tol if you are not much rih whiec the rac ers hof a
't send anything but I would like very much your friendship W h e te hems ers with
nothro httver themselves with
am ?2 years ol4 and my huAband iste He works to grocr's the help of l Certiied
hop ad wAs less than:100 'dollars a month. We have twe chil- hePu oli OtU all of
En a boy'nicnd Ama~taslosa2 years old and a girl Cat*rine1 o80t11emlen0edby the1stat w
F at"MpLst --h e tre ackd by the state
e: r old. Economical conditions are very harid here. In order to and thereInu subject to M
et anti idea orthe prices of dresses a dress for my husband coto keOk W srtbdjbrred fom prac-
.husbm @ COG bro n ra ba ed from pr cstat
00 dollars. That is we wouldn't eat- anything for a month to tUce. i Lder. know tL, tlie T
nakT a dress. Last year he bought a dress from an American I and the Treasury Dept.'s ha
Bdir for $90 not new but good enough. As you see your old s racket squ have be te
the are ne for us. I don't know and I don't expect to the
a| D"errons in America thinking like us. dIearn Velma, 1 atop my oitie ied labor talers i
1iri for I have given te u muchi trouble. I expect and hope to some t me.te t
n e- me f oon and me an.a photographs of yourself and your IBt t"au e hea f then haa stolD
At. %. ip0hit for=1, s we top
h 4 1s Iko p
S uy regards tour" Ir r d"'- =
--withIo -n onjobas bee. job;
Atcadlou St.14,Cavala,Greee. e WIt
Tea Praftake has ben enormous.
The reason I aip writing this letter Is that som of you who ofr t has been enormous. erm;
l wes' s letter in 'ee aIble to help her to, Anytn that oTurku the district at-
f ut n u o .otaou Itorueo who. crWre ,
ten.. h- I am suie ilo be greatly appreciated. I think other pMeur- dNw"om n ta er, neg
he .. -j.1 help her out too because we ha e i t pretty eay n arv contest e w troa
irie -. t osder people In the world are toing through a lot ofins il, t noiwCtet by t B oyee 0' n
S]a -. I hope that some of you will try to help her out in o Dwyr te llsd by Biluy B i O'e
e h a a.-.s l8Dwyaero telr m aWlla es
e Velma Medina. l that t*i' crime sbil In er- theI
___ a tea would Just about main our sons
foreign aid program ephendib not-
H OW MANY -PEOPLE AND A DOG? tures.
That, should put It at $7,400, I
Curundu, C.Z 000,W00 A yeaMr. You ie aeafhng cAA
tor of the Mail Box wth big boy Bae. Wls
e Panama- American Judgingl. ead-
; ma. R. P. ,udin from the Iew york -
r Editor: State Crime Commission tewti-I a-
ee o o u e t t y i.ari a04r t
Through the facilities of your column I would like to present
p question to the Coqtmanding General, USARCARIB, and his
)IC of the Curundu Housing Office. I doubt that anyone will
ver see the answer, but at least a lot of people will be aware of
be question, which isi. Why is it that a dependent wife and a'dog
- the sole occupants of a 2-Obdroom concrete duplex in Curundu
BiRhts are allowed to continue holding these quarter although
thvlously over-housed while eligible employes with families in-
iluding children are shoved into one-bedroom bachelor quarters?
Even if the employee to whom the quarters are assigned lived
* them with his wife and the dog which he doesn't he would
Itll not be eligible to hold them. The housing office knows who
Ejean, and the General should know. Now let's see if they are
sialrng to divulge the answer to this flagrant violation of current
5 Passage in the
9 Pen name of
10 Negative votes
28 Hops' hlwns
24 Frre ticket
2 Car (coll.)
Answer to Previous Puzzle
27 Smell organs
38 Salad fruit
44 Volcano in
48 Below nautt )
47 Persian coin
nw., mthe experts fg that
the labor mobsters h*ve c-"
thepmaes In for at least 2
per cent fr the projUta on tie
perishable food and ynd ce
which comes through New
York's Jower "Manhan bot-
tlenerk. sa lc the tot-I v-lile
of this food hits some 00,00,-
000 ann the .a -. ... so-k
on a per ceat proLt mark-
up, the leittlmrte ret-Urn is
some $4MAi m to the honest
A quarter of that for the
mobs comes to SO$10,000.0 And
that doesn't include the pri-
vate racket tax n each.f.sh
each pound of meat, each erg
Te expert flure that the
mess ewGI renveae frm the
loading i M ueadinUg (of
earge off and m lan s) b
some AMiM. But they
don't reckon e the lfeagte
which the leaders sset
and whish comes to seers
of millions a year, In be
tf SIS,0M highJacklng Jeob
Nor is this merely a New
York malaise. Take Kansas
City, because M r. Truman's
homecoming has thrp-'n L at
,town Into the headlines,
A Federal Orand Jury there
has estimated that the mob
take in that city is 34,500,M
a Year. And most of this comes
from dice, floating card ua
numbers rackets a nd
making.on horses and what I
once thought was simple sport
like basketball and ootbalL.
Poi t Is. that much -f thU
gambnng is handled in the ot
plants out htere. So the
et milks dollar right sq
the. workers' ay'
It Iop my, my 4
Plsbu industrial belt..
to Wt .'Mte
Sn. Morse Objects
By edri c C. 0thman
' ",' 'l
ABSHNGTOO,-Way I figure It, Sen. Wayne meat
a, thI Oregon maverick, ahd at few other coia
temen had trouble with their CMevroleti. sau
here can be no other explanation for what Sen
opened to Charles E. Wilson, who manufac- *e t
s Cheyvtes. The white-thatched Wilson gave b.
he presidency of the greatest motor corpora- needs
in the world to become Seeotary o0 De- O mM
e. He pronimed to sell $2,0$ 10 worth of wn.4
, I his n irm and lose $O, oO te dwajlut S1-
rove tW suspicious Senators t ast his.mves of 1n
s Strictly patriotic. So he till dA i have th .L
be had tot answer mbre qu
As Ctero.et, in my own ao IAI. '"a
may be that those Seeiatord are V ko. ;e.l.
Perhaps they grind the ge 'a4 eVery UM* tb. ta.. ,..
, foq-t to reJease the emergeMq[ b e.- and. .ttli
Wt to pt oU in the engine, T ,.an Came i. a.
[ own Idea Is that Wilson should take these put 61
atortal motorists out in one of his new OChev. The
Maybe the 160-hqrsepower white 0.Io .h..0 .ON
plastic body, and give 'em some driving e- gen. i
. Prove to 'em that it yas the operate p#. o ,oW&
the mechanism that stripped a gea,. ...
am spoofing, of course, but I am d9ai I. inaug
see what the gentlemen now ha Dma
on. Sen. Robert A. Taft, the Repu
er. got aibn e Mimpe of Mn.
This is the way you wanted It-why fool
With mmtimental tears a d nd 'the rest?
If we should ever part (you s ) -the cool,
Intelliglnt approach is a e, .
So we won't ta about .
But cbo the door-behind ali ; frget:
Our swan song w*il be played mted trying.
Without emotion and without re% r
Th e yewerdaya a gone, wbY
The m aents when our Nodami.id u
o phistleaton in a Virtue wbm /
There's nothnta more that co Can Key
But when Wre n ch .alone.,Ih
We can't enjoy a good ol-dsfgerOv
a gou Alr"we
SaytA "*Why do
driving when I#
matno to th e ,at
. Taft ai4 thas Is
M f ti a *aau0 .i.te
k- t- "' "-* H ; '-
ex"-- ', --j, "LS. *..e" -
I. '.~ '
about my fmHe&-&A It to me. Wbin you haUv
anythiPg bad to *Nbat. bhia- el him",
At the ( t Vla) they were di.
cussing the T. tb .just .I ovel
when Mr.. .,.,*
The De rt batting Ike for be A
n"itlh l". 1a ala WnL -miaml n,
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!Joder ike n. wWl'aBo longer s&iJnf
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IaFy of conmpe,
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il'w wvayre rn a in OU
to teach the ixis
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wasita iMA fner the tCnisma
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DISCOUNT ON ALL FABRICS!
108 CENTRAL AVENUE
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P*4r foe4 On.l~uk, Qaa
IEW Wt m WwIm W
Sbe dropped be
"The Amercan Beauty"
r-~"' 'rsm pguwPrpuu.
FACTORY OR DIRECT SHIPMENT TO CANAL ZONE
III S WEE
S SENSATIONAL! !!
THE GRIATEST.USED CAR SALE IN OUR HISTORY'
SThe tou in Town at the Lowest Prices,
.'49 CON TILES
'49 4 DO SEDAN
'52 4 DQOMi %DAN
9* '51 4 IOELDAN
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4 DOOR SEDAN
2 DOOR SEDAN
4 DOOR SEDAN
'49 4 DOOR SEDAN "8"
'51 4 DOOR SEDAN "6"
'46 2 DOOR
,49 4 DOOR
r- Easy Terms
2 DOOR SEDAN
4 DOOR SEDAN
'47 4 DOOR SEDAN
'51 SUPER 4 DOOR
'52 SUPER DOOR
anteed.- Trade-Ins Accepted
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po 03 FOUR
U PANAMA AMERCAN -
Cargo and Freight-ShiPs and Plane- Arr~iva Wn Deparue
AFL Threatens Crackdown! sesseetktne
On Longshoremen's Union
MIAMI BEACH. Fla., Feb. 3 lated members' rights. AFL
(UPi The American Federa-IPresident George Meany Indi-
tion of Labor niav crack down cated today.
on the controversial Interna-' In any case, the AFL exe-
Aional Longshoremen's Associa- cutive council will take "some
tlon if it is found to have vio- action" in connection with -the
ILA's activities on the New York
Waterfront, which has been plc-
SIF tured as infested with graf. and
thievery, Meany said.
"The crime angi& Is something
for the law enforcement au-
thorities," Meany said at a press
conference here where the AFL
L JACOrY ON BRIDGE council is. holding a 10-day
BY OSWALD JACOBY "But the trade union angles
Written for NEA Service aw. giving us great concern.
"Is the union really serving
the workers, is !* pn instrument1
INCORPORATED OT.I SRAi CHARTER IM11
Royal NMl Lei Lid.
FAST FREIUIl AND PAS5iNUER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ............................. eb. 1Sth
M.V. "SAMANCO" ...............................Feb. a1si
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, HAVANA,
NASSAU, ---'-.pUDA, CORUSA AND LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFIWO* (<8,t Luswi feb. 18tb
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SANTANDER" ......... ............ Feb. 26th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD. /HOLLAND AMEICA LINE
NORTH for benefit of n'rs or is TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
6A987 it taking away their rights andth
SA0987 privileges and in some case S.S. "LOCH GART'. .... .......... Feb. 6t
V toa their Income'' M.V. "DONGEDYK" ............................Feb. 3n
*Q 1054 Inc
T &KQJ T Meanv said the council dis- TO UK,CONTINENT
WEST EAST cussed the IL APt "-o-ne length" s S. "LOCH RYAN" .........................Feb 2d
6643 I1052 In a closed session yesterday. A' SE. "LOCH AVON" ............................ 06 Nth
V Q 86532 V K 7 4 subcommittee wrs a.-pointed to 'II II__
'* None *J932 prepare a report 'nd present It
108 4 3 69 62 ito the council before the win- All oI-.nli, ',btect to Chance Without N1tle1
SOUTH (Di ter meeting ends. PAIFlIl 1STEAM NAVIGATION C1O. ri'tobl l. IS i
6KQJ "This is not a committee to I"APNAMA Aw "Pra rI t let I11/8
VAJ investigate the "- shoremen's F0I'I'llIN( 'WAIBA Tr-, N'1e Tl -IS
# AK87t unionn" Meanv sa-d. -,
4A75 I "That would be impossible.
Both sides rul. We asked the r'nmittee to longshoremen, here to press: ton Feb. 34 to eXplore the pos-
'South West North East brine a report of policy... a the i...-..Le unui 's case. -. -m all good
.2 NT Pass 34 Pass statement for 'on-idera'lon. I in new uio., no,.ever, R) ,ie said.
34 Pass 6 NT Pass "This eommittp= may recom-said ne will ily here "as soo..
Pass Pass mert1 Fetion we don't know as tie ILA comes up on the "
Opening lead-V 5 what it will ~n but we the age:rua." and meantime he has
council are goini to take some a re,)e.seanadve at .he meeting NwlI Thrilling Mew
action." here. w
When asked. Many said that OMPLE N
Sthe council b-s not invited The ILA created a new stir
Just in case you're not fami- Joseph P Ryan. head of the yesterdayy when tugboat work-, OVELIU
br-wth the point-count, here it cs of its unmi.d marine dlvi-'
la: count 4 Doints for each ace sion crippled the ports of New
In your hand; 3 for each king: f diamonds twice frrtm "hP d-anmv sso ork Philadelphia and Norfolk, *ti
foreach queen; 1 for each jack to finesse through East's lack- Va. with a strike. n NiM*
''here are *10 points in eath nine.
sult, and 40 points in the e re If West had ha*. oil four 'in-' Meany said the AFL is "notae
deck. You and your patner monds South wo-"1 hpve pshd pessistic about the pAssibn-
Uaially need 26 points to aake a all the tricks in t llp,-k suits esunist awit the pIO
Mame. 33 points for a small reducing his own t-nd Pitd d"m-the
S37 for a grand slam. my to three on d a AnAFLommieewillmee
South's opening bid of two no- heart West woul- n ed t An AFL committee will meet
trump showed stoppers in all hold the oueen o' h" prf "nd with a CIO group in Washing-i
suits. balanced distribution, and three diamonds., -d wo-' 'th- .
22.to 24 points. North's response be put in with the nP'en n
Of three clubs asked South to hearts and forr'/I t- lpri away
show a biddable major suit if he from his lack of diamonds.
had one. South went to three
rmonds to deny a biddable ma- L -
aorth then decided that hisids o urn s suker n rom usle. diss g us an
,nd diECuring skil blemishes auob a'
$ount of 12 points added to the redZ emo. Pimples. Rash. Ringworm.
th hand would produce a to- nrlasis,. Acre. Blackheadn. Scabies
Sof 34 to 36 points. He there- id Red Hlotches. Don't let a bad akmin
e went to a small slam in no- to lose yourefriends An dfrndaedoi et a
Tip -l.. 1 I nad skin make people think you are
W e t4 laste a d clean your s *lu soft ad
S.'the king, aoU w Marm. a repeat moae-
with the ace. 'i!dW hxps hpO WvpIop1f
to be Lee Haze & promlfnti Nixodenrm is a cfeleulfloe end, differ-
Kew York attorney and also one int trum any ointment you have ever
of the best bridge players in most like powder awhen bot faeleC .- *aS
AaT..-].tht1-.-e po2_e-ts toe
S America. j.ee could see Miat 13
Sticks weree cold if the dia-
Sirnnds broke normally.
The only problem was to
guard against the possibility
that either defender had all the
Declarer may make a few pre-
liminar plays in the black suits.
but these tell him nothing. The
- Important point is that South
S must begin the diamonds by
leading to dummy's queen! This
guarantees the slam against four
diamonds in either hand.
4 the hand was actually
dealt, East hod the four dia-
I onods, and declarer could lead
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208n ru ms- It.It- rpdlt thes into- tb so- F a bie-1
T-,1- 's hdulu j" fn.J7. NIxoderm contain. a oombLna- *h. I
SMdM 11 iud radio io of ngedlents which flIht akin tch. t-g.
troubles In these three ways: L It "or I
Memy roms with Ttlevism l ights the microbes or par-ites- often I '
responslbie for skin diseorder. -. It Chh
Quickly aop Itching, brning and LUlg
S rma4rt in and cools and soothe the rei M
OTEL k in . It helped nature beal the okienMo m
Slear, at..' arnu iplptY smooth..'
Works Post '
Because NIxoderm IP icientificaUlly Ge NI
compounded to fight skin trouble., It d.. LAoo
7 1. v m A U works fast It stop the Iteching. burning and est
Sm N W R m rtiDg then starts to work 1m- keep on
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M .imit lllil 1E Ar I IIY .~in. making it softer. whiter and vel- magnetic
0 TIMES IVAW II R CIvTty mnoth In just a few days your become-
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atthe ris- The Mareh of 6mus Dance which was gien at the Fort Rupert Chin, Carl Pinto,1
w iB cout G0.UtO lek BS etVay evalg, was a ck affair with and Kenneth Kam, rw
bal High a large grp of and thdir lales, and other Ala Wong, Kito Kan, Wel.lu J
on Colon Side resa t e & atteadbn and Handel Lee, WeUtlfcT .
18* 2O.N Qa. e ^a- i s opre~d by the Oeenrs Cub iand the Ia- Ng., and Dr. Carlos TMU.
i, .eat e 'dle al WUih e .ns.anet refreshments were served by the -
Wte heater ladles dulbg th evening. Raainbow Installation Tome1W
d eal Brkead' first visit The Cristobipl Order of tl
et atd Lieutenant John McNeal I Mrs. Birkelands first visit Rainbow for Girls will old
a mer aa- seed as... str of Cremo- to the Isthmus. public installatioe of otfeer
nice and htrod iAd the fol- at the Cristobal MMaonIc Tef ,
Slrting ninberf for the inter- Bon Voyage Dinner Party pie Wednesday at 7:0 p.
a om all eating and musing floor show, Mr. and Mrs. Agustus Kam, Miss Janet Marquard, re
am m UdI which waU pt .otn, groups of Colon, entertained with a Worth Advisor, win be
Sg i-s an of membersI C bwoC .b Chinese dinner party. at their ling offer for Miss
conist of d The Oth Army lod don- residence Saturday evening to Karge the In W
laes twan dated theirV1043or the .e- honor Miss Judith Chan, who 1Advisor.
?for nie aand = eed the ptoqam left by plane the following All friends of the niemU1r.
l fa with is nlnbe Mm-morning to enter Miami Unl- organization are CO ,
o L e de 'IeM Wa0 fol- wersity at Oxford, Ohio. ly Invited to attend.
t as Little lowed by c al n. eftlGdons iy invited theattsnd.n- .
outraged played by Major W .- listing the hos and h-Browe Get-Tether "*
1.2m additIon zek. A pantumine, "The Cock t F wire Mrs. Rosa Young, o n
a production tai Party" w preseted by Mi.. Francisco Wong, Misses In Gain .
Major ick Taylbrad Mi orothy, Herminia, and Berta The Brownies of Troo.-5,
Virginia Fletcher. Gay Xinety's o n, Min Sophie Thap and Gatun and their mothers, are
sonls were, rendered by a group Mr. Herbert IEam. ihvite4 to meet at the Treodi
of aiters" and the can-an The guests zicluded: Mr. House tonight at 7:00 for aa
was danced by a. chrus line and Mrs. Arthur Chan, parents informal evening.
from the "Ladi Olub.i" of the honoree, Mr. and Mrs.
A L At the conchion of t hd e Paul Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Auxiliary Meeting At
program Mrs. McNeal Made a nUed, Mr. and Mrs- 0. E. Gatun Union Cheh""
few informal remarks 6n the 7ort1ad, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene The Women's Auxiliary o,
work of the Polo Foundation. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Fr a n k the Gatun Union Church will
Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Page, hold their regular meetg
Mr. and Mrs. Birkeland Mr. aid Mrs. Benjamin Good- Thursday at 9:00 a.m. ttbh
Honored With PaSrd head, Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro morning coffee preceding thq
Captain and Mrs. Samuel Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Mrs. meeting. ..
Brown entertained wlth4 a buf- Carmen Llmchen, Mrs. Joyce
fet super at their home In Mrs. Rosa Ng, Mrs. Richard Barbeeue Supper Party
the Delseps Are maturda. Fong, Mrs. H. 0. Ferro, ses Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dreyer.
Brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Jeanne Brown, Bess Liter, Jean a barbecue supper party a
and Mrs. T. H. Birkeland of Wong, lena Lee, Mary Hall, their home Sunday evening.
Houston, Texas. Louise Jones, Margaret Joud- Their guests were: Mr. ap
Sunday morning the BrDwnA rey, Betty Tarr, Irene Germ, Mrs. Paul Ackerman, Mr. an
a ve an informal Loftery Par- Nora Chin, Audrey and Virgin- Ms. W. W. Patton and M r
Sto honor their guests., Chin, Carole Lew, Irma and awards, Melvin Emanueld
Mr. Birkeland was reared on Norma Lowe, Cynthia Lo we, Russell Guild of Albrook Fi
the Isthmus, and arrived with Carmen Lee, Marilyn Chan, L.
his wife, Friday morning by Lowe, Juel and Lucille Ng. Ada- St. Mary's Alumnae Meeting *
Wane for a ten day visit with ma Anderson, Regina and The St. Mdry's A umnaa
hiss sister and her family. This ean Kam, Shirley Lee, Chris- Monthly meeting will be held
sister and her f_. tinas and Norma Wong, Rosita Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. at 'o
Ho, and Messrs: Jacques Cook, Parish Hall of the Miracul6,,
S F iw nn W-il', Ralph Chong, Richard Tatel. Medal Church.
IA M0in DRIVE-IN ,7
he 15th annual meet of T HEATRE
Se District Woman's Auxiliary
ld at the cathuedral of St. On Translsthmiaa Road, Behind "Artes y Oficios" School
lk e on Thursday, o t. PHONES: Night 3-1521 DAY 3-1552.
SThe meeting wyll o.en with
Thei meeting ion at iop n a. Our Snack Bar opens at 5:00. p.m. Try our delicious
th e Rev, R, Heber Oooden. Jumbo Hamburgers or Piping Hot Hordogs.
celebr Following this service
Will be I coffee hour and regis-
tration of delegates.
Blashop Gooden will give the
welcome and Miss Vivian M.
Wltter, prqiqsdent. will preside.
'Reports trqp. all uxiliaries _will
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be present. MAUREEN OHARA MacDONALD CAREY
unto Fem-ino ONE DAY ONLY
ts Toniht WEDNESDAY
ti Tonight BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
The Junta Pemenlfia de Bene-
will hold It regular $1.10 yPER CAR
laose "Ito T HAPPEKII ON FIF AVENUE
at 7:30 p.m.
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You Sell 'em...When You T ell 'em r Classifiedsm
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our office in No. 7 Street Panamu u
No. 12,179 Cenral Ave. Ce16l
No 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-M1l. and
rourtb of JulT Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Sal6a de Bedkxa Aaricma
No. 5 West th, Stree
Ageacla Inter loMla de PoinBc u*so
No. 3 Lottery PlaM Phone 24M3.
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WANTED FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTSME
Miscellaneous Automobilel h* d * .u PHI.WPS ocensid Cotages,
__ -- - -i -- Wie AhsbdA AMsilOme ur erlly c in Santo Clare h gra.
WANTED:-Flat single bed springs FOR SALE:-Morris Minor, 4 Door w o -2-0 Aes. Oceanviw from all cottO es. St ep
not over 71 inches long. Cr.stcbal Sedan, light tlue, 1951 model. 8.- I b RoRCaha N'. ir t
phone 3-1464. 000 miles. duty paid. Excellent Eureka. S. A. Ceitral Ave. No. 13. b Rock G rfrlgrtln.
W NTED-lently condition. Coll 83-6151 after 5 Just around the' r of J St.. barb ad shuff i boand.P-
_oannounces our new ol e a to hedR O o 13.1877. M Orgarita 3-16 7& 3.
shed apartment, Belle Vist for m _Service. We can now o order 435
ay pered. Cell American Embes- FOR SALE:-Borgain. 1950 DeSoto any kind of lamp shade or re.cwr Granmlich Santo Clara beach.
e y -1932. suburban 9 pass. Sedan. leather your old one at low-prices. conag Ecllc ric boo bes., gt
--- upholstery, radio. heater, white ---d r rat. T.lphw S N 0
FOR SALE side wall tires, low mileage, point FOR SALE 6441 Gomba. 4-561 Pdre MI
excellent. Call Coco Solo 360 or g ul Or I*'-W1.. tu' T 0m'c a blE
Household 602 Misceilaneous wil.am. Sont. clart Bch co. wateai
SFOR SALE-Custom built Continent- d e Clae Iqn. h
FOR SALE:S l mah coany wrd- al Convertible, color red, white Sealed bids, In triplicate, will be rei- toge. 2 bedrooms. fril o . it. 41.
robe. "anogn do bl b o wall tires, radio, overdrive, origin- ceived In the office of te En- R akg a
rn. actor rod- o7 rgo. cost over $6,000. Duty paid, will neering and Consuction Dire Ecept eek-end
nte street No. 77. Apt. 5 sell or trade. Cilstobal 3-1090. tar Panama Congl Company. Baol POSTER'S Cottaps Oneil be INC
To Mri uldigbo Heights, Canal Zone, ntll l Sant Clara. Cdmpl.tely furniud.
-- -- ,- FOR SALE:-Letter of credit n new 10.-00 a. m., February 17. 1953. Rock Gas RefrlgeR and Sovw.
FOR SALE:-West.nghoue rerge I- o e Oldsmobile $1,800.00. Will scr- and then publicly opened. for fur- Bring you linens. P e *D m1
otor 9 cu ft. 25 cycle. .Dob ce. Wrte Bo 5035, Cristobal, fishing all plant, tools, equipment. 2-0170.
(ed with springsoad mattress. 2 Canal Zone. labor, services, and materials, ex- E
mpple dressers. mdinrngraoh table. - ceptyc"r"ain1r1_1 11f"-ihl
4 choirs, kitchen tables 2 chairs. FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker Star the Goverment, fors rform- FOR RENT
0788-H, Williamson Place. 2- light Coupe, seat covers, radio, 5 Iorle
-4J133. new tires. undercoated. low mi- ing all work for'Altiroitlon and O MON
leale. In immaculate and excel- Repoving of La. ca Rod and
-SALE:-Bby's crrb. q ,ater- lent condition. Low price includes Hains Street at La Boca nd Die- FeR RENT: Fumished 3-bedroom
master steel dresser., teel d.ning- 1953 plates, insurance and finance blo Heights. C. Z. Forms of pro- house, hot water, and air-condl.
table, gre'n porch blinds. Call charge. Total prfce $987.00. Nw posls specifications, and. full par- toned in bedroom. Phort 3-3444
ob6oo 3167. __Crastobol 34c-B Monte Ulo. ticulars may be obtained from the -Ponami City. ;, 1
office of the Contract and In-
FOR SALE:-AII rorcelaon General FOR SALE:-To highest 'bdder, new section Division, Room 336, Bal- OR RENT:--Modem halse, 3 bed- '
Electric. 10 ft. rerigerator. -1 ye'r. 1953 Chrysler Windsor De Luxe. boa Heights (Telephone 2-3739 rooms,,2 boats, fr.details. tele
Guarantee r--aining. Reasonable. 4-door sedan. IDamoged on or 2-26981. Specifications and phone Panama 3.4895,St r.
Bolboo 2-2988. board. As is and where is. Can be drawings will be issued on a de- FOR RENT-2 bedroom house, colsn. l sipingl monVil. litV f.
iALE:-7 venetian blinds to fit seen at Cristobol Pier. All bids posit of $20.00 per set. Dposit pletely furnished, for 2 months, W paok 4,Grate o mov
S'12 family Ants. $20 00, 28 x 64. must be sent to: Heurtemotte and will be forfeited If specifications No. 15. 48th Street.
louse 878-X. Morgan Ave., Bal- Arias. S. A. Box 293. Panama, R. and drawings are not returned F ETth ing. l:. 2t-451,
-boa -P. Accompanied by certified check within 40 colendar days after FOR RE~ n 'e~- er 15th for
boa- ----- -- 6tor 10% of Bid. Before February opening of bids. d ar months. Modern r tidnce Corm- 2 2 ,
FOR SALE* 4-pieces of Bar boo 12th. 953. f bd portable. fumlshed, 3 bedrooms,
furniture and cushons. One quar- FOR SALE: Two thourbughbred bring reference. N. 26, 48th St.
g9er master mo hogany buffet. Cris- FOR SALE: '49 Mercury, plastic Dalmation pups four month old. 4 m. to 9 p. m rplephonr .
tobal 3-2382. House 8185-A, seat covers, radio, a good buy for Reasonably priced. Phone M. G. 1370
Margarita,. Z. only 51.050.00. See or call Cpl. Chadwick office hours. Cristobal FORR. --- F d P
Delbert Sorenson. 5464-C, Diablo 1244 after hours, Cristobol 2138. R RENT: FmhK A
FCR tSALE:-Singlq bed, mchbogny. Hgts. Phone 92-1866 or Clayton Can be seen across street froth Westlesd form, four Miles beyod
jut refinished. $20, nn col 87-6244. water pumping plant, Mt. Hope. Arrijn. Two bedroom apartment US
Springs, 39" wide $4 00, cotton - _-_ aJso one bedroom apartment, Tel
nottress 39" $5.00. Call 83-5128 FOR SALE:-Automobile heater and FOR SALE:--Child's heavy winter 2-2756.
tefter working hoLrs. deiroster. For 1951 Qr 1952, Chev- coat, size 4, rust color used three --
-M E F.-- gide, rolet Freth Air Type. Complete weeks; $12.50. Call 83-5128 after FOR RENT
urLE: .--Frigr, oie0. needtg beo-d ith all controls and attachments. working hours. R RENT
fu repair, $20 00. Metol bed Quarters 15-C, Fort' Amador. -- S AAL
frame, $20.00. 0920 Amador Rd. Phone Amador 4127. FOR SALE: Homemade plywood Ap tment AV it F NSI
'alboa. --desk, 2 drawers on one side, .*Au.
SALE: Homemade plywood. FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4-door Call 83-5128, after working ALAM A APARTMInT .
IDe Luxe. styleline, 14,500 miles. hours. w ard fki,. om flurimlh
uci frame for GI cot Nboocases $1.495.00. House 146-A. 8th. St. i unfuniha d lv tmswa ;.thWa
'an sides no cot no mattress. $5. New Cristobal. Phone 3-2169. SSO closd 9lde.' 81 |. ON) Pd. n
hours. FOR SALE:-1948 Hudson, 4 door L LESS N C Ctimeb a rehlgi es s
'i: ".' , -' sedarr radio, o.e. ,, ;-od Cv1- Ailth lTr A IM __ *6. . ,
S Cl 3n8 CfU Ptnamr 2-4630. -Fum shw r i
io O e 'Call Panama 2-4 n I TRBE MONTH DANCE FOR RENT---FuMlha op
--I Ot- FOR SALE:-1951 Kairer De Luxe COURSEES:-Regular dance class bedrools maid's rom m 3
North America or European Sales- 4 Dr. Sedan, radio and 4 new re-opening February 4th, Wed. and 47th treet, telephone 319 .- Il
man wanted. Room 602 Interna- WSW tires, color block. Duty Frl. at 3:30. Special Boy's Tap Reference required. _
tonal Hotel. paid. Also a 1950 Oldsmobile 6 Class starting February 5th. FOR RENT:- Furnished apertmenrt.
SCyl. 2 Dr. sedan, both cars in ex- Thursday 6 to 7 P. M. once a American couple; no chlldrn Tel.S
I (, cellent condition, both at reduced week, at GAMBOA CIVIC CEN- 3-1528.
price!, may be seen at 1524-F, TER. Phone 2-4415 P. O. Box 196 -am I T OR A i .
,LCOST:-Car keys between "Bazar Gavilrn Arca, Balboa or call Bal- Dioblo. FOR RNT:--Compleely furhed I 'U
Espaoll and La Postal," Panama. boa 2-3269. apartment, one bedroom, Ilvin.-
P!ca:e return to La Postal. Reward. --- r ,. dining.oo and kitcho, The
-Feixibe platinum bracelet FOR SALE Seybold Proclaims Beila Visto. Te. 3-2849.
w:! D(anmond Clip. Reward. Re- ?. o ti LFOR RENT:-Fumished aparmeit,mS
Pont@ &' Motors February 7-13 '% ++'--r" "" "
turn to Mrs. Jaome Smoot. Ma- Ioas M February -1 two bedr from Feb. J5th r ,
Sdurto Apts. 8-B, telephone 3. FC^ SALE--New 30 H.P. M.. y Scout 2 monts. 42. l
103 Benz Marine Diesel Motor. als0 Boy Scout W eek
n r Stationary complete with x. FOR RENT:--mau rtment wj
I lositil I tra Crankshaft. 30 Ibs. of pore Gor. Jolhn LSebold yester- fumiture, .nice SP two
-Pa- ports. Reasonable to sel. Camilo dalp y lalimed the ek of eb. months starting Feb. I. Call
W, POSITION:-Young sa'es- Porras. Colle Ram6n Vald6s Na 7 to I as o ct W k ol phone2-5226. Iet tbS V.
.-i with experience, good pre- -"e. dcl ---
* : ton, high school education, "o,1en e p2ftteC
having knowledge of English nd FOR SAIE:-Speedboat 17 ft. HI e byvolun-
Sp.nish, needs position in com- gins with Chrysler .Marine t1", I Dunkirk 'FIeet ',
mnerciol firm. Write P.O.B. 313, excellent condition, price $1 ,i''
Ponamo. 00. Call telephone 26. Colon;, *wIl be :t 4d t anni-, d fro P
He!p Wanted PERSONALShe thgi f er"SdinS
wi NiTED :-Cook, two in family. GCWOR D. BAR1, JL,. l .-.Co. eml non
Must be thoroughly experienced in rective Adjustment of the Bly ti express
North American cooking.rnd peak ,Structure. 75 Calle Estudign 'o he re-
hAglith., Bring references for in- Apt. 2. .(The Quintupets). Teol- O 'ria- ,Itoi: "''
terview to 14 Avenldo Tivoll of- phone 2-5159, 8 a. mn. tp 8 p. m. Ip lb
fice. No. 4, between 9 and 12 one By appointment. L T + 1 1 1 "i e *K i
iunita, Jn woS
FOR SALE Meeting tat rater e
Real Estate attend a meeting to e he y cs ord
S IR SALI r BARTER:-FINCA in beginningait 7:ids p m rSk .ie
JUAN DIAZ, 8,000 sq. meters. 15tmerter
S minutes of cement highway from "or Marias Six heSl.elra an ,
city, beautiful river. Moai house O Wlanes, were flown to
and annex house furnished, hove The Pnmm, Cna1 Co. ad lak-dareac to aid. ecue wtodie
co s-n s-tno If elw i TTo.na Clandl Co. Is Uk- areas to ad rekue w .ork
'All comforts of city life. Tel. 2- Jk 1 1.Of bIds "tOr 50,000 board Hundredsofthouaa.8a0
342.M t of native Maria elos e bas and otr -
SAE-Cool modern chalet on elired b the end of were moved to the
30 .a meter lot. Mu h o t! .I 4 I T1 --1
,w m loT. musT Do sen o
be 'appre'e-t-f. Alpply Graham No.
295 old Golf entrance, Sabonas, -
FOR SALE.--Must sacrifice as owner
leaving country; beautifully equip-
ped cottage. New Arraijan aon No-
tinal Highway. Information Tel.
-1964 or Almoc6n Angelini. lLKRULU
"TRUNK & BAGf6.
1Hib Blo Prig REPAIRS INITIALS
Rite M- ,... .... KEYS
0m h1i ve P. t&Sao For your vaebstit vi*i
S, ., SS mT,,S our Show Room at
hIjC7 s' a AutoMobleMW o t a f W
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NW SHIPMENT OF
four doors anid Convertibl.
AJtT iN lIME FOR TNE DRY SEASON.
PnAS CALL F DEMONSTRATION
COLON MOTORS, INCm
N^|^t *- *: QLoirt4#?
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will be received by the a
dent of Storehouses
up to 10:30 a.0 mFeb.
hey will be opened In pu
low Cost Price
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1t0 tunP A- Miic 41 .Piremen 6 0 ner. Three base htts fl. 0i
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eral 1414 3 4 Mead. Time of game 1:30.
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Weeaell3 m X 36 7, ho it CAA's Patro Matched Agat
aialy The members of' 3SLods aim te al, dble th AFO5 came from blnd Firemen's Inuae l a~e
Sthe 114 sa* 15 42ts r, a r hhe a,- s Iat year. . ipi.coln Life In- u-te TodMy '
pistol dq ef ay bMjM. rjtle Leonef gaame te rday Today Lou Hilsinger (7-0) wil
Val r d aatwoeyear slamue ean 7-6. The wemend It dIthe p- big Jon Pistro (4-1) 'L
.1 -- the tehi In ar* nry- n t ga atht I bo n d oftbra '- Int
r. e.f,,and .wV-all;n w i ve runs th ehat uld be the blt pritke-
_don TM__a__ fourth and after $he ULifers went ,e,, b the bt-,-r
Sra ama ahead in the fifth the A#09 id duel o fthe year.
d 1 XURA M'l "nine ah a dme up with two runs in mghthed, ba about evme-
ied I a land the odg 1414 wm the top of thp sixth to cop the un cm th edelbt n them S-
W W Bk Club Kdtch er. |. has u theo e g Ind the W t s-
Sth tw out, Johnny Morris department jand the
ed24lr ndbgs lo .ed and scored on MarDy Butch Baker, may. that with
t r-e scon s% e Fred O I I rffg L L Pat. Gb the moud for the winners with W L iO .
tot o k s, he1rk iM (l)a e 1s oFen y taking over In the fourth Firemen's Insurance 1 0 1 .0
r a dgo w I at 5tixbel tO braltar hi 2 h14s1 W i ngl his second win. CAA 5 4
nm net. rre La. A4 5M8All~ Corbin McrrIf took the mound tls21 5 4 m
SN WW1 n r E 6 1 der. McGrIff suffered his Pan Loqu do 0 10
U hegeo tS arr teso Ba: -lop .sl1e6mo16'7 4
In- WwOimcN cur. o *167 4" second Ilos without a win.
an 9 t ane"n ar ^ sMarty Salas lad the hitting Eyksm AY'.n RgSULT 7
a.s rin Latninaga pitched his, 1 attack of the winners with three Efoko wiPan e a kU-o
3i l uX I s wn t 3* Tow 1"t 31 ht111a8.1 itst in four trip while Wee PanLqudo d b
Sm -,.i sor h raseoa d 5-0 u the Chevbt. Willie bnielke collected two for Into the 'kwio toumn terdy
S they b etoed ne L Atracelon 2-0. He thr for the losers, when the W took the e
they mths & Ase lace hit t h or th e losers. 1 0 ga 7.
thK 1 0 nre sad qpe h-omne on in arthe Wallace. b-b 1 1 1 Ludo's t tll w
hi L x o.1 1 5eecone when
Srt t b e UtLeagu. La Atrac. The U cored three runs0
30 ,YC8 27 7 8 18 10 Cba 1g oa n to the eirst
moaHres ae the scores: ol opL_)t IOnly thyrrhiLLeAFR co the bottom bases e
winne sPur. to catn Ler Murphy, a d Rath- V
aGro ssdot. Not 7 Cheyles sewed one un IAB RH PO aber sent along fly over the
J.A A. Wpr. S7 71 the Md o0 them wor. n W. Ramoelkend 0 2 o 0slat homer Ud Eyddie sf r
.S a 1so uasl m sbhoau ld A 1 pro- Meondriff. -p 1 1 with non wed on.U th
r iUd__ 4 s3l11 t e.fa CnLastr, lb 0 0 Fritz Chen ey (5-4) was theMOr
SA. Anders 110 U 74 t. of action. e m bondson, rf -t 1 1 0 winner, allowed fie hits,
N ve. 114 7for edsn i 3 0 0 0 0 two of which w Muller, -6, the lerisi
S1 0 runclntea MorDIubLte. r 3fo- 1 3 4 as responsible for eby h,.
S.0 74 to .ownaa an aor,, we ao Bradon, rf 0 0 0 Roberto b(hi aseonda sr
Wltl "" 9 S S h4 t S ahit r s o6 1 B Thebox ore
S^WB 16 1 fiwftean ehomea name tvarsWallace. 3b-lb 4111 3 Pooatalw
f ort. _, at '12teP11AfS l nLy, p 100Se0l 1cr IS-S
the uife-1 1 01 G. B
AI, 000 502-7 8 2 411hy, ,,n 30 f,-2
uiuio The chlrsma nt eA vi_. lo l 3 0 8 rthnyt LINCOLN Lf 3-4 1was1' rlega "
9 f Co o. ast I0 'r Sta letbent 5 or b.,a whiten, cf f 0 0 tt fielder, 3b ed f or
he ,Pla ceW ..t E Lo.ngekeo p 30h2r1 isla mho-m. g er ED icf 3 0 Te.
& h L r .Dr. l% a us4 8L thi s t sb 3 2 0 8 0 r C heney <5-41) was th
VA.A nderson110 a *iOcto n.E dme. f 1 aaner. 1 al 1e e.
Ae er.thelrr.gngel rcf k t 1
Yr T.. N&0M ,.114 36 Be wUI m ftor 0- Pedrn.MtIf 3 0 0 0 Bll Muller, (0l-6, the IO r,
lHoI- 1t. 11@9; ,o 1 Brbradshaw. 3b 3 0 0 0 0 five b on balls and --nw
no 2 4 1 Kelle1so lea 3 24 1A A ot
Ss 1 Scorhe boxy innings:
I s. 0h A 1 .3 ,lkC. sharp 2
'lco Pn Life 30010-- 1 Hale, ss a I 0
Committee 4 f 4d 1414. Joe .. ,., Robertq. 2b 4 2 3
i'SOoeo, h wa t.' d On Winning pitcher F e (4y -D. 0so ter, 3b 4 2-:
E!AVXth tUc ei. _110*** 4PA t Wea *AMt D-k Losin pitcher McOriff (d-2. Copeno, ef l "
te -1who at 1 402t 'wh I aCSt h e .offey, Itf. 1 1
I s _ as u -o w" 0l b,,2 1 %
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HONG KONG FeJ 1 ,LiP -,
Residents of th..r Btini:h cioony
have go the .iittri ,i .;ain
, They are cauet1 bv Presidient'
Eisenhowar's o0d.cIr calling off
the U. S. Seventh Fleet's For-
mosa Straits patrol.
* The prevailing attitude was;
one of "vait and see," but it will
be a period on apprehensive
'ihe colony, with a predomin-
ant population of volatile Can-
tonese. is scin,itive to any fluc-
tuations of the balance of power
in the Far East.
. And at the samn time it has
"letI ft i *, pl know the truth iad the country is sate" -
TWENTY-EIGHI H TEAR PANAMA, R. P., T WlIATrfA UArT S, 152
1ttle power to influence deci-
sions which atfel-t the region. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 (UP) rean war alterrntives, Bradley'
-Congr.~ssional and military mentioned a blockade as one of
apparent among bu inessnien in President Eisenhower's drive Bradley said he thought the'. iu I i
and shippers %who still engage to crack the Korean stalemate U. 8. fleet could prevent a For- V I lJ I .. v I.I Li I I-I EU
Tini. e trad hMt. Eisenhower announcedI would"bai Iot" tLhe
in igitnmate trade with the mav be to clamp a naval block nmosa invasion.
mainland. ade on Red China. Whether the United States *
The one thing promoting un- Mr. Eisenhower announced would "bail oit" thefatio-
rest is the fact that the' Corn- y.-sterday he was treeing Chiang alists from m in-s e l ...
munists ha;e not so far taken Kai-shek's forces'on Formosa to mainland attack, n ad'y id, '
public notice of Eisenhower's, raid the Chinese mrAinland in. a was a "politlcal'dee.pi." -o .
order. n-ove to force the Reds to divert He said he po.onaly "would
British newspapers in the Far troops from Korea for home hate to see us et too much of TAVEH, FormoM, Feb. 3 (U l" welcomed Ur. ,1- A
Eapt were generally concerned defense, our military strength tied up --Generalisimo hatu Kal- hK er r arding e .
that President Eisenhower's bold A naval blockade, certain in Chin." today haled t
foreign policy outlined in his to be opposed by Britain and Some, of the possible courses showers declaraiothat the that whilel our
State of thi. Union message may other U. S. Allies, would be of action in Korea which Brad- Seventh Fleet no .p ger would hn
extend the war in Korea to designed to choke off the vital ley listed were: block any Natall.t China 0 the
their r Aian trouble spAts. wtar materials sil str i tempt to attack ite COl hil in my '
Twar materials still streaming -. .
The leading Hon7 Kong daily, into Communist China from 1) An advance .to t.e Yalu mainland as- "milItarily MaP ImMe 'it ae
the South China Morning Post, the free world via the open River, which wbuld ie moral sound." ofa
comened editorial, that Mr. sa "many, many more frces an And he added: "I would like to l ld
coramerned editoriall" that Mr.!,sea
Eisenhower's order to disconti- It is said to be one of a series now available in Korea and assure our friends abroad that I we ae our
nue the Formosa "neutraliza- of trip-hammermoves the Pres- would not assure victory. -' the Republic of China will at nR 1bile
tn" patrol "is assured of muchdentnd his advisers are con- 2) ttk on communist ad fromor
2.) 'A. bbacks on.'Comunis a o ff thp, .v tM te ask olm
disapproval' sidering to make the Koreanbses in China. any nation to A weour dgfoam'Ifrpnankutg
rand Indochinese waKs so e n- 3) O nt iuation. ao the ro But h-did ot motion. air f
"Any move that may pos- profitable the Reds will be dis-sent s situation, "gradually turn- avl pot, Sa observe "In t, itit ld,
gh; Vtturn erequestit It.e"howsoon 8 r ie doishcv
sibly extend the battlefields off"zore thigh it
the eFarsEnastisrneq emet is ohf cour d mfurtr An ith thea rttt twould0-tlea M Ciaem her
the newspaper snioe s. to the South Koreais." come air and eauport.ed"
tesaid. Congressional reaction to. de- 4) Advape to, the "narrow cal l cy sine Mr. bwul;"do He conc"A "eaiug
"hr I en neutralization of Formosa was Waist" of ores, attempting to not Ordered the leventhlt
"There is no moral reason why highly favorable,' even though destroy the-Chinese Red Saties: from the oIN aa Strait
th e Nationalists should notin- some allies showed some con- 5) Use atomic 'weapons, al- has onl,_Vsaid-.t
enh. e rern and military experts said though "I see 'nothn to
"Tshe essentiarequrmen it s "questionable" how soon gained at is tmeby. do have.
ha te essential requirement Ies Chiang could mount any raids thtt.
that they do not involve, the on the mainland.
United Nat'ons, directly or by But'a storm of Allied criticism
United States pressure the almost certainly would accom- Ap a 8 di
Morning Post warned. pany any d.2clsion to blockade AI
Singapore, the influential oh e China coast.on t ae4
Straits Times echoed British Britain chas opposed this
caution by cadeclaring President idea in theo strongest pomibl~eo
Eisenhower's greem .4Isht oar terms on the grounds It mI ll
Chiang Kai-shek will evoke wreck Its big colony at
Wisivings eve1',Wh uti,'0et Ki Ro~ and kill 01 og'fobd5t&
side America'-except in For- of its important Far aster~
rst cp onlue dts trade. Approzimately 800 alditiolal
The Times concluded edit- It might conceivably detfy a acres f pts e lan are aoe
i rally that militarily very little blockade. so strong' Is its feeling cleared at Md Dath
will be gained by lifting the For- on the point. meano oa reducing e operat.'
mo0a blockade, and politically Oth.,r allies' would object not cota Of the i~nf.
mEUlt may be b lost., e only on loss of trade grounds he work wDi be donwh
but on the theory. that the contractedd aten -
Burst e H lts blockade, although technically Ing aested, the Co a
Burt ip Hnot an act of war, might un- t will
necessarily invoke the Sbviet- ed. 3,.p'm." leb. i'0. Fu I nforma-
6 ElvtrChina defense pact and touch ti....concerzi 'the :k. to
off a new world conflict. tdo' and bid U Az _Ma'De o-
NEW YORK, Feb- 3 (UP) Nevertheless, underlining thebrined onapp,.tid Jh o
Several thousand New Yorkers possibility of a blocl~ade was a flee oftb.e r 1 ,ger
faced a long climb to get to'remark by-jointkchiefseof stafftor-rrom,
their joos today in the 40-storybchairman Ge t f Omar N. Bradley the a Sf= r
Equitable building because ot a and statements by Congretshon- or deocDet
Tiea -inchwatermain.ttes g or'sofl 'atBalboa ,delbr '
break in a water sources who correctly fore- for
The 20-inch main b u r s t. cast the order lifting the re- i" Mit*n #Da tugM
flooding the building's engine strictions on the-.Chinege Na- Qatun Lake...,i
room and putting 62 elevators tionalists. e
out of service. I In a radio interview on Ko- it i. ,q te ,' ...... i ,, = .W. =_ f* "
-mm....... newn pas htWlleve" "S,
ture land will be sufficient to pla* i .re. llbn lo
Paraiso School Buildings e n
SA production can be pastured, be- isn
To Be Finished By August OF e rit
acres of land. I n pasture, Of
A contract for the construe- The main building which Will vlich 1,200 acres are adjacent
tJon of an elementary and a be used for elementary class- to the dairy. Other g*ting land .
kindergarten school buildings room work will be a two-story .fa tmaintahted oh Jftn Galle- a t
and remodeling of the existing structure of one-room depth' to gos Island at MontdLItlo, at A- .
huillding. at Paralso has been provide maximum ventilation gua Clara, and at Tefflrs Island. h
awarded to General Contractors and light. There will be six The additional pastuie land to
Cb., Inc., of Panama City. The classrooms on each floor, and be cleared under the contract i
contract calls for the comp!e- each room, with double ex- this dry season will, permit a
tfn of the work by next Au- posures, will have entrance from better usage of land alrtdy un- AJelt a
gstt. the porches or covered passage- der pasture at Mind w ich is n dgUD Ug *
-The firm was low biddpr a- ways. unsuitable for pature. during spt S
inmog five entering offers for' the rainy season 'beestae the
.the extensive school project for The new kindergarten build- land becomYn'1) ., d.-
li"igh bids were opened las, ing, a one-story structure, will
Month, be divided into two parts for fll <*,' &
S"Its bid, totaling approximate- separate classrooms. Both of the S, StS n ,
ly $245,000, was divided as fo.l- new bti'.11ngs,will have asphalt' -I 1
lows: $185.100 for the two new tile floors and composition roofs'.Fly T0 Lo0ndog W
school buildings, $31,565 for al- with awning type aluminum!
terations to the existing build- windows throughout. PARI, Feb. 3 ( ) s.
aIng, and $28,267 for grading an.d Secretary of State TotA
installation of facilities. Extensive alterations will be Dulles and Mutua.
-The two new buildings will made to the existing school Agency chief ar .
be masonry, structures and will building. The paved basement left by plane for Lon
I* located in the same generpil area will be extended to provide day after a three-day itS 1w
aua as the present school. The rooms. for a library, clinic, Paris, on the thh1d l
tZree buildings will -be joined houceho!d ar s. shops. music, seVen-nadion tour ot
Il& covered passageways. and the school principal. Europe.,
-" -o. :n
Id he ant
te heard '
kt" Id @ueM
& Plannod |
iamatli a t yiur leaI travel agat .
tPa "aS. Tloal -ffie 4. -
C.L ft SW'IL Te~b. -246K, 2.S7 -hou Di
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