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uenamue- oM Sthie Unb. Ihm pIu were hned today.
madet fect or J-*eph M.I -1a -hgedir sea ona *-
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In Grave Danger
AMSTERDAM, Feb. 4 (UP)--The Netherlands radie
reported 7,700 persons were ileopd on three fleddh
islands today, gravely endangered by a new storm brew
ing off the coast.
T"Ihe deaoh to already had reecLed 1,05 in the her-
riconu driven week end storm that hit the Netherlands,
Britaik, Germany, Belgierm and France.
This coutryy's death tell rose to 1,223.
It was fedred that the final total would approach
2,000, and 300000 persons are homeless.
8ritoin counted 445 dead, ichdding. 11 Americans
elgiam 20 and Germany 7.
Gdle waikins covering the entire easte .holf.of
the Britis Isles were issued as northerly wind up to 7
miles per hour were reported in Sc6fland.
Thi t aftrnoo the warning Iwarning to the sdcke eeland
same tha S 5-Wfe wind would'aresa i prepse- sS !n
Thbtbe Wt late todam.'north*e wids It wS a
'kstg ftf -tha tt northwest that
An 4 ze1s 11se1 a* ste -i orDutkb ma.
Ja1A*dAA"OM taa ft tB
f.a i l
new as. tod f ar -
A to try to rm the odvaed flood a
..' IL ain ntSg boo at WOenWarech there abwA
se has .nr-, a or-(teume msrea&se 4ele
.-PA h wedn.ea st
d ewf SIlglkw
4A for f Or wne
t(UPI-U ssubstantnlated r.portm"
R vthat a downed aicrft" .
olot f a e been sighted spurred the air1s
ofs IAs oairmoen airlber mi in. g I the, m ow-
e ightina oft a flare and Im
. D sitd.whkoh A M i_ da ml eu narrow id o se sarch t amr wvie
f atNw- Po a'Of o, I r~si b,? w
aaie o F m reeofu omarr hend blrea
the "imofI n to the RoyalCanaian Alt Pe tt-
I W 2 il al- t i plbl le- I a "down a lreraft" ba
a trr-of r ---.bnd t hear ambl
;~ IMother isabeth ad lasthrepomrtA dt o iti U terM
Da Blstad. h MI arareCt arrived at miles off Newfoundland.-
rand Mrs Dealfest a Men"a brige from
Swi Cnrys. Inset rescue opera-
tiotms a Omifort s. pU aslicks. tDomible wreeka
laQt ai4d .Ua would be nd the *all reported b
etdto ioa wiPrl before the whole U. L Coat muard urpla>-
ind f be esmChed.'Water bell. had been sighted Ira
l Botad's Itt feet depp at some area 120 miles from the lae%
.his wife's k own p .
bwldq ins Ope asblp. and planes RCAt Mao arte atal.ax
t ui eat his stld at i sped In flood said they ree
Into which asesa of Hnad today In the port on the mess and
vgne ad three fSN of adfanf Mter n. GUard offiltak at NM 1Wrk
At *11 am. today the weather said the Campbell, coeyw- n
al award- buRa relnloraed an earier the search -efrts. tieBd amied
Itr M18 mni- rnIng of high winds and "no wrectiae lighted" at. 010
Xn rea. W by transmitting a a. p. today.
toe Ias born et cunture M raa down the back ide aof
ar these, a knew MW eIM and tried to remove
hee5irbut it was my a a Bcamther hones
meee ~aon "V= a, wind o p want qi to u7'4
anet" f the lam5ads the 1 es9 the wMom sobtad. "ThM to oer
.a4mofe athe ""T Is" raw a ai
one saw areat tas In the A .grown beside her
with water triasgmnd agreed. The= JaMIl
Qyer there Ia a clu z trees Dutchmak, used to
awer flnd a oa araa 4
.ob g 1ivetr
lusae wag"tei to leave his oumI.
are a tlk
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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI READERS "WN COLUMN Who has twisted the tourni-
a et On the bleeding, hearts of
SAA yesterday? lour
THE MA IL V UA Aanti-Nasa of Hl cod and
Broadway, of movie and micro-
o p- hone and now of the TV cam-
Jra=, '.a*o joined so A.Aaly WoMa-
The Mail Beax s an open form ter readers of The Panoma Amer, munist iroits because "somebo.
lean. Letters are received gretofully and are handled in a wholly co a- dy" approEebed them?
dental manner. Why are they so loudly .1- '
If yeV cOntribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appeal the l* a rnet tIA n? Ast l ouyre a
Meat day. Lette's are published i the order received Siberian s lave labor camps leus
Plase try to keep the letters limited to one page lagtb. lethal then the Dachau gas
Identity of letter writers a held in strictest confidence chambers? .'
This newspaper assumes ne respensibilitv fo statements as epinim s
eMesseed in letters from readers Yet there's only saiene
-- o from those leftvingera of the
t'+' e".-e, +r*-To re "-! vi-'* n
MISCONDUCT ON CENTRAL AVENUE who sayr- they are being di.
NOT RESTRICTED TO LOCAL RATERS criminaem. ayae.en i. a ,
Fort Clayton, C.Z. "blackist beea .s a the
151r: "anti-NazI" fronts and so
Regarding the letter printed in the Mail Box, Jan. 31, entitled made a pro-Conmle reord.
"Democracy Includes The Right To Dislike," which criticized a They ean unmake that ree-o
previous letter sent in by a local rater, and was signed by "Old ord. But not oa* tf the re*
Timer," here are a few comments that another long time resident maliner leftists hae tiaed.
In. the Canal Zone would like to make.
They had a chance just a
In the very first paragraph of his learned critique, Mr. Old few days ago when many of
Timer inaccurately sums up the local rater's philosophy in this us asked cultural ftd tabor
manner: "'...he says we must treat him nice or get out." Having circles to help us4 .Jpet the
read the article in question, I must differ with him In that I Soviet UN delegatdf head-
Icund no such sentiments expressed. Old Timer. goes on to pro- quarters in protest against re- ) _
'talm that the Constitution gives us the right of free speech, newed and violent anti-Semi
Including the right to dislike whom we please and "to tell him so." tism and antiCOathodllism.
It is also true that such an attitude can easily lead to the abuse. There were editors of nation
of others' rights. In case our illustrious author didn't know it, and al magan There were tr
fortunately for all of us, there is a curbing of our freedoms based memergazines. he Jwish Labor
on good sense and regard for human integrity. Therefore, too committee and the Asso Lation
forcefull a statement of our dislike (such as the KKK would make) of Catho e Trade ufokits.
Uis punishable by law. It was a bitter pIet line.
Next, Old Timer asks the local rater to make up his mind Ithen one Soviet a bitter picket line.-
to whether he wants a special kind of democracy or "the kind ed from the iron dt of the
o lWe." Whom does he mean by "we," and isn't "the kind we Iron Curtain's little territory *
e' just as special a kind of democracy? on Park Ave., I had to res- me. fl --
trat n a Train my friend, Willie Wol- -. "
The next complaint is in regard to equal treatment at work. pert, of the United Hebrew
tu author states that if you get too friendly with fellow local Trades, from slugging the
raters ("your people' as he calls them), you become "the banking cocky Kremllnlte who sneered __________
Jlouse for every colored money borrower in the shop." I wonder at us. /...d
if Mr. Old Timer's friendliness and purse-strings are equally af- We marched with bus driv-
tected by money borrowers of a lighter color. A friendly attitude ers, seafarers and garment ,
Never ended the right to personal property and possessions. workers. But there was no con- | U 11
tigent from the leftists, who
The following sentence in the letter constitutes one of the, knew of out demonstration ,and T h B ird I-
'false assumptions which lead to racial prejudice: "...you want who cry out against discrimin- D rrCU ICK ..
to enter our society, we are not trying to enter yours." First of action against themselves in
all, Negroes don't consider "our society" any more desirable or radio and TV. -
on a higher level than theirs, and they do not believe they would They had a chance to un.
S achieve anything if they did enter it. Secondly, this differentia- make their record in the very WAM1WGOTON.l--*Ery time I look at a Sen. iw
,tion between societies, this picturing of life as a step ladder, way they made it -but this ator I see two of him. Me glance at I bean soup
where you look down on those below and look up at those above, time with anti Communists. Imke me a lItti 1 mean I smm to be oi-
SIs the basis for all the racial and class conflicts today. They didn't take it. Ing down wtth lboN an thelbogll that's taf
That's the point. They Will sweeplat W911at.
Old Timer now attacks the conduct of the local raters, say- hbe ro-Choem mu1itby. b efault Aull over toe federals an to itheirg W
Ing that they cannot conduct themselves well in the Zone only aunt they speak u.a o one beds wth e -epsanl of tlensaStat f
.7 causee of fear of the laws and not because of good intentions. can c ear tem. O.ly they o hpgee 1r' CW* gMgg a
fact is, that all people regardless of color, behave themselves can clear themselves. That's machines. iwht Io S _Ami
se of fear of being punished and not because of natural, wh f tell o .. h s tmhas t l pt a11 e, i ca.t
at ratisc tendencies. He goes on to say: "...your conduct changes Ban th oo.. e that .
a, 4trstlceslly when you are in PanamA City...A walk down Centr askego the r esults of the first
Avenue will convince anyone." Having walked down Central Ave- ago the results of the fir t A clin1~l rep _tl .a e g
out quite a few times myself and having seen many old #mfe l tf, oe Am^sican Yorks ofl
wZone residents conducting themselves in manner po es A ,theAd icai .tdemti* f
tome of good behavior, I am convinced that misconue t In P m- I (h af ) ..
amA is not restricted to local raters. fm nL
The author uses the phrase "you people" quite often. I think ly m er l s euo solf ado
It Is easily recognized as a well-used cliche to denote racial and and tMew.sWIe la e v ltS -
religious prejudice. w New d t e ats te as tl s g ioo either.
Shave been in the Zone a long time, and have been treated thAea I'd
exceptions I have encountered are certainly not limited to one mu nista. adb ar es to "
color. dent. Te aetMet.eree Pllw te the u edI
"-Zone Resident. S worth, -the be as A*it couple of days afMr a t
D'eal as aGtlabors Ndo Wev n ecrtw \A/ I^Na = 816
S Ol e r Answer to Previous Puzzsle Le e ra ea n G e a, t mM .- .
In Old New YorkN II 4 Rmeer- n, th timu got upsta"rd, the place was cold. A*
I O ONT 1a-tere 31 Harde-" "The 4n ComAtuiM tkl=m IGe haM ai ma o ,,. o ed to
HORIZONTAL 5 Rot flax by sa r ell I5 Gplaees d t. n m t e board e tone em u Me er wa
S 1 New York is exposure an on p which and look Lso atn 1.t ,a ittl Th
nicknamed the 6 Dropsy at Inade their lowest vote pul- Now nM nse tie a sc she'd
"- State" It-ate- ler run 300 votes- ahesd of the a good thing I brought along y pM ena erw- and
7 Official state 8 Lady Literate o B)- p oobaion cvtinA e. A -I chief. situ
S -ofNew n A ab4) "Is a vast margin, considering I dropped out to the gaI wy. $o the n- Th
York is the 9 Above (poet.) N there wqre 1383 airwave artulasts a ar with one nano tG M to ca
ro A 10 Stay Gr4e A -Ivoti in this secret .Ln ling s hs, his time they "l d ,"r1
chir Sicil cVt "dn a iu" .c.___v%_ ___ ... 1+
13Provided with 11 Volcanom nw doubii.checkd bya I- .
i chairs Sicily contangt,
14 Oleic acid salt 12 Scottish 27 Great Lake 44 Nomad The Victors made no secret Il '
15 Rounded sheepfolds 29 Gaelic 46 Brought into of their traditional anti-Com-
10m Sea soldier 19 Three-toed 30 Bamboolike existence munisan which in the peast,. iso
IT Greek letter sloths grass 47 Regretted when the leftwing Influenced
1i Oirl's name 21 Barterer 31 Hardens 48 Arrivals (ab.) ay a producM, had costI tE o
N Tasmnania 23 Retrograde 37 Sovereignty 50 Greenland m man parts and fees. The
Ab 23 Dyestuff 38Short-napped Eskimo ATRA leade ran on a plat.- -
21 Disciplined 24 Sluggards. fabric 51 Low haunt "The as maort oh
i5 At that place 25 African fies 41 Large stoves 53 Eagle (comb. I. e Vas m mbes y o oura WAlIy N OhaN,.a).-- Mw uDeesae IsIIt -
I Noard.rs (var.) 42 Notion form) Atn membl are non- :tary I 1 say it w Mate
22 Ice pinnacle 28Assist 43 Ravine 54 Sheep's bleat imerative to. e act aI._ to his etoohlme to a _abbot 1i 4
+ eaire e/rlier one for delegat t0 the Wlthin tw tJe
40 Makes anew I I national convention. At -that Wson, mou.5--i s
4O Girl's name / me they said, "We are not we can .ti. nal amanam
4r 3d Greek meely non-Comm nists, we out cn da a,
__ are!...!_ anti-Commnsts." ,,.--p+ +. : .
SFemInine F p
S7 New York's
6 Renialns erect
I soyal Ialian
S Braszllan state
In the latest election tt
defeated, among other a tl
and sensitive actor name
Phil Loeb. There are oufte
that Loeb is on some O6rt
blacklist and that he can
find radio or TV woflL and
forced to act on the r31tW
boards to earn a llviu$g
Iat's ooI at tbhe -ree
Loeb signed many a left wia
statemenO. He Oeoed the el
pro-Commie ArktPtrt e t 1
Win the War. Isn't this w
In Kores wwrth wt lahi
Why doesn't hbe Sr pt
signed a mtitlea fto the M
Out Kitchen Is Now Under House Managemet
OUR LUNCH FOR TOMORROW
and Every Thursday
CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE
Deoawt Pregh Salad
85 cents -
THE ATLAS GARDEN
MM PMY.7. At Mat"
DParty w" busy pr
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US Dairy Industry Mapping
Fight Against Substitutes
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jfiW t-"alnt.n Ia
a writer 'and "I
Ait my ambiion.
F I RWWW.g "W -- --.
hDOT r .4r Aow WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP) ping proram, h bought W
that Mar ft. t I-.N out 7 nation's dairy indy NoD0000 pound of butter at .
of the Armt. e j gtix w Imapping strategy for one of cost of MIWOO. .
uain hei 9 ..1th- its toughest campaigns against ome worried d arymmn m '
dutrmly n, m old dairy ubstltutes. der If the dai eow of lK;
daughter, a=,and boning fut l. s by th m- uture .will. be. be '
up fo civil en.- The fight, caused by the coln-future w e d
nfor f r -c. petition from vegetable oils, milk and less bu at.
tio forthe^ li n- could result in some drasticis s peculaon that
He's had of exper-a stei i s ,spe
e' hd o eper-changes In dairy operation., will b yes .-. i
.Ince. The trouble astao from the Producer groups all over t%& .
He was a hlity p liemain mcreued production of the oils count" plan to bring p
In Korea," andh an n"or- ad the poibilty they will on state nd federal m.i
phanage" the m i Korean milk fat out of the na- men to tighten up eamlPnaUa <
"i tions market places. from foreign dai r
inage weri P an n a statistics bear out the dairy to enact or -atagW sittff rzeg a
v iage 2W P" f t Industry's eaarm. Ten 3'4ra ago latlons odcerning the sl Ie '
ski, 24.ai."Westarted out total animal fat output wpavegetableM ol prmduots. The 2 .
with about 30 yosters. rlyd e that of vegetable will seek cotied hih pdiie
at nigh to keep fr omtn ,uruiBt. e te s
During the day.they OWdta tth
Durin ths e day .te w dt The vegetable oils chiefly already have cracked some- .
to find some sumIy ro- p aoybear oil not only are the state laws which held back 41
teted from the wind so y competing lsuccesfully against their new products. ...
could sleep. butter, but against milk fat in For example, a Los Angeles
"They hung around our ar. lee cream, cheese, whipped court recently ruled that tha
bate cans. They werd eaing crem and even .nlsk. state cannot force a wppe
Iraus. In the words of one leading dessert topping to be l
"We fixed up an old shack dairy publication M Butter- "Imitation milk product." VIt__
for them, and scrounged o fat, traditional cornerom aid the soybean product was M "
rice and C-rations. balance wheel of the dairy n.- labeled and did not purport o
"The word got around fast. dut s being attacked..." be a dairy Item.
By the time I left, there were W en admit defeat on One New York producer ia
115 of them." the osomargarine issue since suggested farmers chip in. to
The word got around so fat only seven states now prolbitfinance a 60,000.000 advetis-
It reached the United States Its le and manufacture. Now, lg am to "tell the
Newspaper readers In Detroit they're afraid the future may. the f t' about dairy1nt e te '
and the Midwest sent money hold similar defeats. substitutes and Importe day 'y
toed and clothing. The competition butter )Wpeducts."
"It was wonderful," Wiktor- gettn from oleo is aboAby StilMl other produOWerr fel d
owskl said. recent federal butter barft dziymen could meet the c -
"Bvery kid got clean, warm which followed a naton-wde p by making. their o
clothing slump in butter prices.. Sao am" efficient -
"When I left in December. Iovmber, the Agriculture De- 'per unit costs and ..
we had put up an orphang apartment, under Its price prop- creadig met Income.
and there was a teacher forth
elple of a greater volume of
air at leu pressure for riding
Company englners said the
new air contaper "marks an
iimportant adva in tire safe
tImeW Recotd (ontd)
et e Band
tbIeeoon Muse -
Spot reducing famous MeLevy y-tbem will sAiMie aw part
of body without strong diet. Also TrLhth magah.
Male and female Oparatomr. CaB 3-m9 ,
Js A ei@ue
"SYMPHONY of COLOR"
14 t on
roughaod over heavy coe
blocks and over a live-nchI
The new tube, which wvl
called the "llewall" lb cost
ed with a te lWer of
cord which built bte
Inner air eonaie h. Ths,
cording to eapaoy aoft
serves a a red! d. ulleb
deola Cw.de Rme6
for the benefit of the Red Cross
7:39 p.m. MONDAY, Feb. 9 in the Patio
DELUXE DINNER and DANCE
Fashion revue staged by
LORD & TAYLOR of N. Y.
starring 6 beautiful
internationally-known New York models
'~" bathing suits, sportswear, cocktail
frocks even a $40,000 wedding
gown by Paris designer Christian
Dior will be modelled ... a truly fab-
\ General Anilihe and Film Corporation
Pan-American World Airways
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TICKETS ON SALE AT:
PAA, Panagra. Dagmar
American Bazaar, French Bazaar
and in the lobby of El Panama
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:. (SAVE N. Y. C. TAX)
SHIPMENT TO CANAL ZONE
A S. A.
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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrials ad Departi
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Shipping & AirLine News SIDE GLANCES
San Bias Trip Set phane; Mr. and Mrs. Thornton ,
For Sunday, Feb. 15 J. Converse and David Drohan.
The Colon Chamber of Corn- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fredman;
S erce announces its next Sani Mrs. Leontine Gebe; Mr. and
Bias trip of the season will be'Mrs. Dulcido Gonzalez and son;
held Sunday. Feb. 15. A 30-pas- Miss Gabriela Gonzalez; Dr. and
aenger plane will leave Tocumen Mrs. Frank J. Hynes; Mr. and .
S Airport at 8 a.m. flying to Man- Mrs. Manuel Kraus; John F.
dinga on the Atlantic coast. Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel X.
From there a launch will be MacLean; Mrs. Claire Mitrani;
boarded for the 30-mile trip in Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Nord- '
San Bias bay where four or five ling and son; Miss Emily Olsen:
of the islands will be visited. For Mr. and Mrs. Eric Peterson and
reservations call tour commis- Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Plotnick.
aioner at Colon 807. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rapaport;
jRalph Rich; Mrs. Gladys .
SYacht 'Novia' iRousseau: Mr. and Mrs. Henry
To Leave Monday H. Rosseau, Jr.: Mr. and Mrs.
The 34 ft. yacht Novia with Richard Silverman; Mr. and
three Americans aboard is ex-iMrs. Harold A. Stege; Richard
pected to leave Balboa Monday!W. Tatelman; Mrs. J. Coles
bound for Papeete. Terry: Miss Elizabeth Terry;
.o tMrs. Miriam A. Thomson: Mr.
Master and owner of the yacht and Mrs. John R. Townsend and
Lee C. Gregg will travel via the,2 sons; Mr. and Mrs. Federico
Galapagos Islands and the Mar-iG. Vollo; Miss Mercedes M.
quesas. Also aboard will be hisSaenz Volio: Miss Louise Will-
wife and a passenger William H. lams; Harold P. Williams and
Wymer who is a civilian employe Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zleselman.
of the U.S. Navy at the 15th Na- __
( Val District. Wymer is of leave SALINE SEAWATER "
S of absence until May 27. A S E A.B
4 C o T o SThe saltiness of sea water is so .
S' S.A. Cristobal To Sall similar to the saltiness of human
Friday For New York blood that tissues are kept alive ,
-Mrs. Gladys S. Rousseau and In laboratories in modified sea "
Ke6 son and daughter-in-law, water solution.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Rous-
s' eau Jr., are among the 65 pas-
sengers scheduled to sail Friday
on the Panama liner Cristobal
for New York, according to the "r
advance passenger list. c-' )
Mrs. Rousseau is spending this "' hope roket Ih ar* pOfNold for- ptant l,
S week on the Isthmus after ma- $ 00o--a driver lke you would sur* USe that pI oo
ny years of absence. She was a .
.psident of the Isthmus duringUN
The Canal construction -period
wRen her husband, the late Ad-
miral H. H. Rousseau, was, a
mfitnber of the Isthmian Canal U IUI
The complete advance list of
passengers on the S.S. Cristobal Great White leet
Sidney Abelson: Master Rob-
ert Aiken; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac PRINCE OF SAVINGS On Nw ORLEAS A 8N CIVIC aivs
Bekcner: Mrs. Louise Bedell: Dr. sale throughout Britain March 1, NW O_ __lC -____ 4L b
anid Mrs. Ewald Bergmann: Mr. this new national saving stamp
and Mrs. Herbert E. Brooks; will bear the likeness of Prince 3.U* MUE 0W O STWDI S" .................. ,
Jose W. Brown: Dr. and Mrs. Charles. The half-crown stamp *** *****....... *****.......... ....F...Fi 8
Walter Clark; Arthur H. Cle- wl aid the coronation yar bid A .; ..*................... ......
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uIdilie kafttsnierted cuChl nd ieleiawd .
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.orl d AfE Pat D
u a "o f Colo&
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Ard To Meett
IwLo Boca Sunday
e-zecUt ve bo f
S.mment and At lanice of
AMi AMAtteend 6
e mnoneon wsi be emvea
from 12: to 12:30 pm. and
will be followed by te show-
ing of a traelogue fmb ofr
South America though the
courtey of Pugraa.
All otary-Ann are united
to join the group aa the "Y"
at 12:30 to e she picture .
Mr. anmd m r. Dead a
etahr Toe Isthmu
Mr. and Mr. bert an-
dall, former re ato Oe-
tobal, returned to 1Isthmai
from Tamp with ra-
SViolet a d
MRrs. DRand Isvisiting her
daughter ad m n4n-law, Mr.
and Mm George Tualy of
Cristobal and Mr, Randal is
a nah osr t0L
m. S aUnoot
The member of the Atlantic
2S Wbka. Council met
ain- meinu, at whIki plans
Reverend 5tam Cookeo,2 Rev.
Norman Pratt, Nev. Arnold
Rev. H Mr. L ard.h
Davis and M. X. MOW
hold 1t0mldllw -n.- -
btte aOueu bt birth of a ug at the laurt at 1:0w
.y. 1, tomorrow. Members
L h- l- n1uM Fty a lInLbed to s*II I.
Rathleen Anm. Mths Po
Oflowr Al the gieUNAR b-l_ "
bean ahoold at biort c Olk.
. etM .. ta..PC rtf W8iOC
," WWinton Cotillion O I IL
n attending toe uace
eveinig at the Hotel ffltfl N S
7 i tA rcketa were won 'Te et
by ila t.hln vehicles hn the
and M Crs B.. pet at Ga- e of Panama wi be
tAL. I In ft, afternoon w at
It was nno MOd tat n ae Motor ti DIon
tRnd C l Val- decrease In the number c
R~- .for my p. ar d win
fplp'ations for JuspMutm
Carnival ae. mer are on wi be from nva
reuSted: to p*9 to ev In p.m. adv from Mumdqay
J aef m M b Ocatrai In Panama are required to
D given an annual taispectton
Mr. adr n=ra Sober- operation the Canal
a of Oavun, gave surprise The eamlnatlonsi hav been
tohday part at their hoar pogres tfor the & jait ta
to honor their m, a ohthe sad the e of I
hiso 19th birthday wa thC eloasing date f
Games and damdl1 wre 4- ta tI.Oms f or this year. H
yed by the yO W dur- evet a nuwiber of ownweJ
the evenang. which, eto failed to hama
were wa rs Iq suxpested before te
The Other te r1 00uOparatvely few vWW
GIL V-- fW.
cand Me-" Caton
Mm, b lom. Tammy
D eik Ad, VMeupn ry-.
ant, Art Bherry Bob iur,
uBo, Jerry Daread aa l
under the eMaderTp o M
Harold Prey. met at the rt
Ouoek Capel, Thursday.
Pama we dinand for future
bnollm and a
book wa m
1 cl' u aee aI n -
'go- -MW- -.L
prinpIlans to return
-i5th-uu- Feb. 15. ,
3*b Of Weapoins
Aache foils Plot
or Prison Br k
SANTA nP. N. IL. bu, 4 (Uf.)
aw staed to agbh
* yard brawl two weel
* the urMhe.
y.. maws ofgo.. el
r miners 01 ma cia.
at the on at. *:00 p.V.
food for the tMuiw
wone for Ope elfin& e
Ibir ext meeting at :30
B h Tt h ~Da?;l~and.
a Know Panam~a and Ca-
zone amps Ill have
p of the ueetng. Their
s speaker will beMr. Ma-
J. Catlo Secretary of
olM O ft m %ce, who will
MO the *0 risry of the
a CaOmIWal Season."
sad me W. a. Par-
Pp* 9 Sueikd.a Raye
Nurses Wte Nylon
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IMMEDIATE NEW JERSEY DELIVERY
2 FORD MAINLINE FORDOR SIX
4 FORD rSTOMLINE FORDOR SIX
1 FOQD CSTOMLINE TUDOR SIX
1 FO"D MAINLINE FORDOR V4
2 FORD CUSTOMLINE FORDOR V8
I fMtD CRESTLINE VICTORIA V-8
I MERCURY CONVERTIBLE COUPE
1 LINCOLN CAPRI FORDO SEDAN
an Motors, Inc.
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Leave you, Ad with one of our Agqrts or our offices in o. 57 "9t* .r _. Panabi sA
No. 12,179 Central Ave. ColMa
No 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Salon de Belieza Americao C 2au. I.- I
No 55 West 12tb Street 10.0i W S!..JhoBe 255 001
Agencia Internacional de Publicacioes mstu t a,
No 3 Lot erv Plaza Phons ,-8")10904 2 Ml i
WANTED:-Flaot single bed springs
lMt over 71 inches long. Cristobal
WANTD:-Urgently required fur-
alsed apartment, Belle Vista fe
ey period. Call American mbas-
t 3-1932. _____
MFR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger-
Solor 9 cu ft. 25 cycle. Double
bed with springs and mattress. 2
maple dressers. diningroom table.
4 chairs, kitchen tables, 2 choirs.
0788-H, Williamson Place, 2-
FOR SALE:-AII porcelain General
SElectric, 10 ft refrigerator, I year.
SGuarantee remaining. Reasonable.
;. Balboa 2-2988.
(OR SALE: 4-pieces of Bamboo
fymrniture and cushions. One quar-
ter master mahogany buffet. Cris-
toal 3-2382. House 8185-A.
* Margarita. Cc Z.
R. SALE:-4 porch screens, I steel
6 single, complete. 3 cupboards.
House No. 109 A. Pedro Miguel.
- R SALE:-Furniture, four rooms
'c lete with 25 cycle Westing-
har nQuarters 530-A, Cocoli.
R *Aj: -Venetian shades for
.1 bedroom four family house.
Eatellent condition. Phone 2-3004
S alr 4 p. m.
SALE:-Small rodio, G. E.. up-
Sright piano, beautiful plants for
-porch, swing, small bed. Hanse
r5533. Apt-C, Diablo Heights.
SALE:-I Steel Dresser and one
mohogony settee, both In good
condition. House 0930 Amodor
fOR SALE-One electric stove, $100
00. Tank type vacuum cleaner,
"like new, $80.00. Both for 25 or
60 cycle. 1451 Owens Street, Apt
2 tSL SALE.--Wardrobe, card table,
desk, dresser, wooden bed. laun-
k iy-basket, RCA radio, electric
-Rixr. Telephone 3-4,494, house
Pos9, Rition Offered
North A ,erica or European Sales-
man wanted. Room 602 Interna-
WANTED:-Young lady with book-
Seeping knowledge. Apply "Casa
Central," Bolivar Avenue between
9 and 10, Colon.
CAN YOU SELL? remunerative earn-
ks, English & Spanish essential,
may be obtained with the know
how. Send picture and past expe-
rience. Box 1575. Panama.
Largest company of its kind in the
world is seeking several part time
workers, either ma.e or female for
interesting sales positions. Earn
$40.00 to $50.00 per week. Write
about yourself to Box 3205, Pan-
LOST & FOUND
SLT:--Car keys between "Bazar
iiaAoI .and La Postal," Panama.
lease return to La Postal. Reward.
3LSS: Felxible platinum bracelet
jth Diamond Clip. Reward. Re-
rn to Mrs. James Smoot. Mo-
Apts. o8-, telephone 3-
with experience, good pre-
tion, high school education,
ing knowledge of English and
needs position in com-
ial firm. Write P.O.B. 313.
ED.-Cook, two In family.
be thoroughly experienced in
American cooking and speak
Ith. Bring references for In-
to 14 Avenida TIvol of-
No. 4, between 9 and 12 and
SBoat & Motors
SALE.-Speedboat 17 ft. Hig-
Swith yler Maripe hine.
fnt dtion, pie $11..
Ca telephone 26, Colon..
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
Automobiles 6 w" -IF. -CI*lblj J C
FOR SALE:-Bargoin. 1950 DeSoto 2E05a-- .Am. C. t r.wes r
suburban 9 pass. Sedan, leather ,-A-- e e C." ve 1wS
upholstery, radio, heater, white Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No._t4 la f" t
side wall tires, low mileage, paint Just around the comer 6f "J" t..
excellent. Call Coca Solo 360 or announces our new Lemp Stdl
602. Service. We cn now make to order
uny kind of lamp shade or re-.coer
FOR SALE--1950 Chevrelet 2-doo your old one at low price.
styline Oe Lbxe, c-:_:-ol Sejara
Belge color, 5 good tr:, easy
payment. Smoot y H-jnn kut S. FO AL
A. 16th. St. Cetral Ave., Tel Micel u
00 Colon. Mise aneous
FOR SALE-Custom built Continent- Sealed Lids, in trip'icate, w; be re-
al Convertible, color red, white ceived in the office of the En-
wall tires, radio, overdrive, origin- glneering and Constructjan, Qwac-
al cost over $6.000. Duty paid, will tar Panama Canal Co.p Bol.
sell or trade. Cristobal 3-1090. boo Heights, Canal Zone, until
10:03 a. m., February 17, 1953.
FOR SALE-1950 Studetaker 2-door and then publicly opened, far fur-
Sedan, original shell grey color. nishi g all plant, tools, equipment.
Radle, and eat covers, very goad labor, services, and materials, e;-
condition. For sle t Smt y cept ce tain.materials fu hd by
Hunnicutt S. A. 16lh St. Central the Government, and for perorm-
Ave. Colon, Tel. 800. ing all work for Alterations aid
FOR SALE:-Letter of credit on new Repcv.ng of La BoCe Road and
Oldsmobile $1,800.00. Will sacri- Hairu Street at La Bocs and Dia-
fice. Write Box 5C35, Cristobal. blo Heights, C. Z. Forms of pro-
Canal Zone. pasals, specifications, and full par-
ticulars may be obtained from the
Good transportation: 1941 Chevrlet office of the Contract ona In-
Fleet Master. 2- rn Sedan. y spection Division, Room 336, Bal-
paymeit. For wse at Smooty boa Heights ITelephone 2-3739
Hunnicult S. A. b. 16th St. Cen- or 2-26981. Specifications and
trial Ave. Colon Tel. 800. drawings will be issued on a e-
FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker Star- post of $20.00 per set. Deposit
light Coupe, sect covers, radio, 5 will be forfeited if specifications
new tires, undercoated. low ml- 'and drawings are not returned
league. in immaculate and excel- within 40 calendar days after
lent condition Low price in:lues open.r.g of bids.
1953 plates, insurance and finance FOR SALE: Two thoroughbred
charge. Total price $987.00. New Dalmatian pups four month. i old.
Cristobal 345-B Monte Lirio. Reasonably priced. Phone M. G.
1941 Buick 2-door Sedan, vry good Chadwick office hours, Cr-tobol
transpotration. good radio, and 1244 after hours, Crstobal 2138.
tires. Also with seat cover. Easy Can be seen across street from
payments. For scle at Smcot y _water pumping plant, Mt. Hope.
Hunicull S. A. 16th St. Central INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL
Ave. Colon, Tel. 800. _FR FURNISHING NATIVE LOS
FOR SALE:-Automobile heater and Panama Canal Company invites prb-
defroster. For 1951 or 1952, Chev- posal for furnishing 50,000 BMFT
rolet Fresh Air Type. Complete Maria Loa under aled bi opm-
with all controls and attachments. ng 10 30 A. M., February 12, 1953.
Quarters 15-C. Fort Arrador Invitaton No. 23 is available at the
Phone Amador 4127. office of Superintendent of Store
F'ORp SiALE- a ---1-5, houses, Balboa, telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE -Beautiful 1950 Pontioe
Statlewagonbeautifula FUR COAT fir sale. Call Panama 2-
nmIing cadition. Easy paymalh 1541. Ask for Mrs. Howard. .
at Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th
St. Ceantel Ave.. Ce Td. OOr. FOR SALE
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrol'et 4 Real Esta
De Luxe, styleline, 14,M 00 ,_ ealEsta
$1,495.00. House 14&.A.-8t SFOR .SALE:-Cool modern dcolt on
New rrlipobol. Phone 3-21-S;. 3,000 meter lot. Must be seen to
FOR SALEI-194 Hudson, be appreciated. Apply Grahamt NO.
sedan, radio, overdrive. Good con 295 old Golf entrance,. .ines ,
ditlon. Call Panama 2-4630. bordering Altamir.
BARGAINi 1952 Cheablt ylin FOR SALE---Must sacAflrae s owngr
De Luxe 4-deor Sedeo. w to leaving country; beautifully equip-
Sahard Beige end EInrald 4Me ped cottage. New Arrolion on Nao-
Power-glide, redli, 5-gead t.re tion:l Hl*hwov. Information Tel.
hardly used. For sale at Smoot 1 2-1964 or Almacin Angel.nl.
Hunnicutt S. A. 16.h. St. Central ]CR SALE:-House with mortgage;
Ave. Colom. Tel. 810. three bedrooms, living-dining.
FOR SALE--1951 Kai er De Luxe kitchen, maid's room, tWp bath-
4 Dr. Sedan, radio and 4 new rooms, garage. One black frm de
WSW tires rnlnr blhrk D ,J beach. Lot in Rioe'Abojo, 400 sq.
paid. Also a 1950 Oldsmobile m meters. Phone 3-4333, Panama.
Cyl. 2 Dr. sedan, both cars in ex- FCR SALE:-Las Curmbre, 3 choice
cellent condition, both at reduced adjoining lots. Original price. Bal-
prices, may be seen at 1524-F, boo 3193.
Gavilan Area, Balboa-or call Bal- .
boa 2-3269. FOR SALE
Practieally new. 1952 Buick Special
4-dooeer Seden, two-.one seamst Antod moles
grey and shcll grey, iaynatiow.1FOR SALE: e-"utif tw-ton bl
Beautiful shape. For sail u at FOR SALE--eautifl two-tone blue
y Hunnicutt S.. A.16th ra. Central 1952 e Luxe Chevrolet sedan.
AHunni Colt S. Tel. 16th n Only 3,600 miles. immaculate
Anu. l 'AE:_ .. .. S*C condition. 1409-D, Corr St., Bal-
FOR SALE:-1942 buick Super Con-. boa.
vertible. New battery, t.res, r "
.00. House 76U-C, darnebey,-btu r
Balboa 2-2984. M rs. Vanderbilt's
1949 Bick Super Convrtib, Summer 'Cottage'with
Iynaflow, radio, seat see, aew umier o ag
F. am at y local sir b esot Off ered For Sale
y Hunniautt S. A. ire M. Carennai
Ave. CelAA, Tel. Iuu. NXWPORT. R.I.. Feb. 4 (UP)-
FOR SALE: 1950 rMSHb-l1 The 30-room summer "cottage"
FOR SALE: ~- 1950 NASH A-Of the lAte Mrs. Cornelius 'Van-
dition throughout. can be finan- derbt was offered for sale toda
ced or will trade for older model by the executors of her estate.
car. D. W. Kells, Curundu Fire The estate Includes 10 acres, a
Station. Phone 86-2212. caretaker's cottage and a com-
bination garage and servants'
FOR SALE:-Or trade: 1952 Stude- quarters, all assessed at about
baker Chomp.on, three months $127.000. No saie price was quot-
old. Call Curundu 7271, alter 4 ed out Newport "white elephant"
mansions generallv sell for much
p. m. less than their assessment va-
FOR SALE:--1949 Balk Super 2- lue.
deew ladent, paese cWendition
.h it .fla-Sa--------A--
Wn PyMe. w, m00 cvurfs,rdi.
gad geed shd Ipey myments.
Saet y Hmunakut S. A. 1 th. St.
Central Ave. Colen, Tel. 800.
FOR SALE: 1941 GMC 2-Ton
truck chassis, $200.00. The Texas
Co. (Panama) Inc. Tel. 2-0620.
.1949 'Bak Sager 4-deer Sedan,
v apd e edoi le. ypenfleow, and
Covers. ood thi, eav pey-
mess. For eat Sa1 t y Hun-
niket A. 16i. St. Ceneal Ave.
CeM. Tel. 00.
SNEW SHIPMENT OF
four dooa and Convertible
SIN TIME Fowrt DRY Sft.
MPEASE CALL fOR DEMONSTRATION
United State Dtrict Ceent Pee
The District of the Canel Zoee
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
Siuner Edwsi trk.r
No. lo3., Probate
NOTICE OF TIRE SET POR PROVI
WILL AND HEARING APPULICATI
NOTflro he bmb Iesmt lbs
*WO for the pr,- etea d ,e |
Sumamr EdMrln Parler. doesm3ed
4sth keyneasco. 5mtnenm of ed
f w *Ith &t will mas tUN I
iR Administrator of the Cin S
was filed I. this Coent -e i
t.s and the- s Pe4rery 11sM
SO'celk a. am, is the Contea it,
Caesat Atn., hse NO sot b
mtig of amid w m"= W.hm m
r Santa Clara m
I J bedroums. relet
I rangers. Balboa
I ee k.-ends ,
S S Cottoes. One m beyon
ta Clara. Copletely furished
Gas Refrigerators and SovSd
~' ur "n s. Phone Dogmr'
MILLIPS Oceanside Cotlage. flu
cLew from nll Sta|h
Is beach. Rck GsM, r t
barbecue ano shuffle bard. Par-
omo 3 1877 Margart 3-167,
aox No. 435 RalbeN.
FOR RENT: Furnished 3.bedroom
houe, hot water, and alr-condi-
tioned in bedrooms. Phn 3-3444
FOR RENT:--Februory 15th for two
months. Modem residence. Com-
fortable, furnished, 3 bedrooms
briog references. No 26 48th St,
4 p. m. to 9 p. m Telephene ,.
FOR RENT: FurnMhed duple,
Westwesd form, four mlhe beyond
Arroijan. Two bedroom aportmernt.
also one bedroom apartment, Tel
FOR RENT--Hous In Armian, one
mile pest amcum boh imrkdi
"Brownsville," gaS w, quiet
restful, good negiihrAgtd ample
grounds, moder conenimen
partially furnished, 15 minus
from Cocoli. 1423-C Carr St
ALNAMBIaA PS Ab ihJ
rwo eand twf ri m tu n arhd an
closed ge rdm 61II rset
New Cristabek eleoheag Colon
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FOR RENT--Fumwlhd fOmmn
b iees, meld's see
bd47th re. e rtdr f..3.j
Refictute reqw .r
tawpsn. Snsp S A
Sd*yppmg, movtue o, agoiU.
Wepeek antiruM r~tovrtn
't 4.4 d A.... -n uJ A a
*WRENT:-CO y furniMhd
OR RE.' -Furnished eprimeMt,
two bedmome. from Feib. 1ai f
2 months. Bulb U..La
FOR RENT:-SmU pb t fw f S
furniture, nice plaq, far
months starting Feb. 3..te i
OR RENT: To responsible
room ao*witut In he" li
Phone Pama 3-1111 a
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FOR RENT A
FOR RENT:-Furnished rns%
kitchen privilege. 45
34, phone 3-4625.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room
kitchen privilege. 4*d St 5,
apartment C. '
FOR RENT:-Furni~hAsedA t.sM
inspected. No. 21 Fourth of
Avenue Apt. 3, l E
Central Avenue t -
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Soon,' Predicts Bill Vecck l d o
S(By U.P.) H old re
0 NEW YTORB Feb. 4 (UP) --
The two St. Louis clubs made most of today's baseball news Middleweight Joey Olardello of
Cardinal President Fred Saigh Is considering several new Phladelpha A
frs for the club. And President Bill Veeck of the Browns pro- in for Sugar Ray Robnso
S in to win a pennant before long. vacated title after a lop-ided
Saigh, who starts a 15-month sentence on May 4 for income decision over Harold Green in
i evasion, listened to three offers today. They came from New York.
former Washington senator stockholder John Jachym, a sporting ilardello is one of the 11 fight-
S ods manufacturer, s Joseph Wismer, and Al Margiotti. era named to fight in elmmina-
Wismer says he would like to make two switches if he buys toans for the middlewel tt
sr. sand i e wou th as theye N ion locrown and although Oreen s't T
the Cardinals. Wismer wants to shift them from the National to ontwn and alth ory county M ma's
Linn a conteneier, the. Toe lg ..... .....
the American League. Weismer also wants the Browns to remain atr elo, to s..........
In St. Louis as a member of the National League. To do this, Por lardello. Powerls .........
Winmer would have to get permission from all 16 owners. o d emphatic Jlashon t one of the Police Pal....
Margiotti says "Our deal is in the talking stage. I want toJucges gave hia all 10 rounds. tMarhrlt ...... ,
facts and figures from the last five years."ave al
Whoever buys the Cardinals, the team will remain In St. Louis otherjudgee P votedy6 for Olardllod te le M s' ,
aegerding to a former Redbird catcher. Gus Mancuso say onine rounds to one.tleae I
"The Cardinals will remain In St. Louis. They'll be a peasant n ian eno making his first ta's continued M
threat all the way under manager Eddie Stanky." start since his "reversedecd- wys by def.
As for Veeck, the colorful former Cleveland bes says. he alon" loss to Billy Grahamn f New P Monday
auldn't be surprised to see his Browns finish fourth this year. York, l December roceted ta r t
Veeck says "I wasn't satisfied until I won a pennant In Cleve- Ureen on h ee heela repeatedly wheino f
land and I won't be satisfied until I win one with th Browns." and inflicted two cuts on .reen a Managr D
Veeck says his Browns are "loaded." He says they're better orow and left the Jsrooklyn yet- ta's sent t
an Cleveland at several spots. But Veeck admits hat Cleve- eran witn a swollen left cheek. mound, Will
IUl, with its pitching, will be tougher to beat this time than the Glardelo bruised ns rig t nand and Gary Maloy in*. t
SYork Yankees." mn the sixth round and used it quell the Police threb
.; + aYe--- sparingly uiereatter. ws credited wI hd
; The win as Giardello's 40th of the season huri fr ,uPeeet
S54 professional fights. It helps out Innlhis before reee fe
S gn B nus Pla er maKzeupfor a o Green hung by Gary Maloyn
So on him in October o a. CharUlie Cia, Mbl' catcher e vMshm.s
was the hitter the da
Billy Consoo For $60,000 Clyde Scof Blanks wh
By United PressL. also in t ille .o
ainbow Cly 3-0 As -i g-$a
ubston Red Sox officials think Southwest Conference title in 26 T Score by 1 1 4 -44 n Mal nd
h have "Another" Mickey years at Texas. Poc 400001 -
Man tle In 18-year-old Billy Con- The A's also signedW P outfielder B. Will Phillips, Maloy and ehd fr t* k
StA. Consolo signed for over the Alle Clark and announced the Con Logan's Santa Ci Malta chase. FTW Pleb. M vs. w
us maximum, so Boston must outright release of pitcher Sam Vigor outnit scored their third Alberga. Bailey and Paltimbo.
thethirdbaseman for two Zoldak. Clark hit .275 last e- consecutive victory over Oley -eb.
Either that. or release him son. Zoldak lost six times with- Or~ssel's Rainbow City towels Powells Margarfta l s
Slose their $60,000 invest- JuL winning. 3-i0 Sunday at the Bant, Curz Tuesday afternoon at tm Mar-. 4. a v,. Pon
a imt. In St. Louis, it appears Cardin- diamond. waritsa L.L. stadium the fatns Feb. 7. wW4 v. Pw-
.ed Box General Manager Joe al owner Fred Saigh will not ,y~~d e Sc ho was celebrat-witnessedan old a fhlo ed
diKnin says "Who knows, have to face a contempt of court ing his birthday, tossed a neat pitchers duel as Chuarle Frenoh .. Peb. 9. Mats- B.UM -
maybe Consolo Is another Man- charge. three-hitter for the shutout. He hurler for the Powells defeated r.e.
i' Nobody ever expected Man- Saiku, sentenced recently to 15 survived a wild first inning In "Chuck" Crawfor of the Olles
ft would stay with the Yanke montina in prison for income tax which he walked two and hit a by the score of 1._ f ..
1951 with such limited expe- evasion. protested me severity batter In succession but got the Both pitchers h e brilliant- J.UIr. .-
Snce. but he did." ot Judge toy Harper's sentence next three men in a row. He ly French allowed bt one hit
latrold Brown. Powel's
ool star, maR be converted .iaay. Undefeated in three outlngsField.sao alnn t.flfth. 0 v
Wtoa shortstop. U-b. Attorney George L. Rob- Malta Vigor la tied for urst striking ounten Onlers. "Chk" ,* *.,
The other Boston club the er"on bald ne mignt ile a con- place in the C. Z. Local-Rate allowed but sixhith lanf A his
r ves-report outfielder Andy "emp, action on balgh. But. at- Amateur Baseall League with Vint Amen of the -ason. "1 N
e o I in "good condition" tol- er conterring with Harper, Rob the.Cares Kiddles who have winning marker delding victory
ne an emergency, appendec- ertson Issued tas statement yea- won their only start for the Powell came in t e
my last week. A Boston spokes- erday; "we have considered Harold Brown. Powellg' start- fourth Inning and wuas due to
Says Pafko will report for daigna remarks, along with the er, ws the loser. He walked errors by the Oilers
-r training at Bradeiton public apology he made shortly seven hit two batmen and The fielding of te gam
d. late this month. afterward, and no contempt ac- made two errors to contribute were performed ,9 Tommy = un-
~r colltee baseball. veteran don is planned at the present greatly to hi own downfall. ninham and young Worde
m sa Universitv Coach William Line." Powells protested the ame French who si'ed the day for
died early yesterday morn- I- when umpire Ira Barber SI his blg brother In the last in
a heart ailment. Dish a pinchhitter out because he did with two -ups
Syihed the Longhorns to 21 P anama, 14n nob "report'& that he wa pinch-hard hilt
*tn. he f alm vrotestinIn
rueoles Pro Lnd a deoldp n o0lr.- 1o 0-
A in IrIo l r LOO will be made this week.0 1
A r -0t'5 o al Ixn om, CAZ.a..L.' Am W Crawford and Didler.
PANAMA PRO I U defending p 0.Frtenc and Hitchcock,
S L g-Teams f1' Pi. d6- to Red TanV while Man Harry
b I l|luebirds 16 11 .577 at La Boca, the completely re- tleM utook
Som.eis 16 12 .571 jluvenated Chagr outfit outm- v Thurady altenuen
TeN IN-B rirownes 13 13 .500 lasted La Boca 14-7 in a ding- t eo 1 in t svery hezslorn andWfll-
S L Pts. Yankees 9 17 "4 dong alugfest.ry e
1 ~istrlal g)1.0001 Tonight's Games I Mo landpt-shedhu rl
67ool -Miami BtoJ. 66 Mt. Hope: Bomoers vs. Bluebirds Snnr for e the MotteSthng u l-
S. 2 1 67 ianama. Yi-..ees vs. Brownies. ports Shorties ,, itor y of oth eaoua
2 2 0 Last Night's Results The i national Invitation Bas- an aslat from the
.3ntenance 12 Bluebirds ;, Yankees 0. ketball Tournameot will get go- of ary Maloy w. i
Pehtouse 1 2 .33| Bombers 4, Brownies 3. Ing this year with triple-head- last three more in
etcal 1 3 .25 era the first two days. combined
1Tnlnal 0 2 .000 Tonight tne Brownies will Tournament Director Ass aand M
T IESTERDAY RESULTS start eat Scantle.ury against 'ushnell says the tourney will but thredts.
ool 6, Storehouse 2 Pat latr'cK In an effort to keep pen with triple bills at New Dannybt h
19. Maintenance 5 their slim pennant hopes allvet York's Madison Square Garden for the
S..XT GAMES .. ... ... .n March 7 and 9. The last three and allowing but sh
LWednesday-Terminal vs. E- Over at 'dt. Hope, the league days of competition in the 12- one of these hit.s gathe
W.eetrical. leading Bluebirds and Bombers team tourney will feature double deciding blow of Me day
Thursday-Commiss a r y vs. will break their deadlock. The headers on March 10, 12 and 14. with two Mottas on base
Storehouse. Bluebirds will start Coo k Ie Bushnell says the tournament Chase came to bat and
I Friday-Press vs. School. Stempel wh!le the Bombers will committee will begin- soon to a home run over 'the
.4aturady-Terminal vs. Main- go with Milkr Froline. screen teams for the games. sign in left centerfleld.
teatice Last night tho two league blow was Charlie's second
S.oy Lewis was the winning leaders wor again. The Blue- ma Stadium, the Bombers out- run for the season ,
thr a the school outfit birds whitewashed the last lated the Brownes as Hum. Earl Scott with.two ba
pd'6-2. place Yankees 3-0 behind the berto Robinson saved a decision and David Zberqs
_ho eLosing pitcher was George three-hit hxrllng of Pete a lo- fot Fernando Osorio. Vibert.lark bat for thw.h.le
Wasome. The Press defeated in Us. was In tough luck as he drop- and Maloy were the heavy
Sided game 19toIn the nightcap at to Pana- ped a six-ht verdict. ers forth Mott
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PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1953
US Brass Wants Fast Upping
Of Arms Shipments To Chiang
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)- creates in deliveries began in peean and scheduled could not earmarked for miltl'y amtd ti
High-ranking mill'lary men are November and December. be learned. Formosa in fiscal 12 and "953.
advocating a rapid increase in Whether the further jumps In the absence of official fig. Total military aid appro-
weapons shipments to Chinese being urged by military authori- ures, observers believed tbat a- priations for the Far 3I"$-
Nationalists on Formosa and ties would force cutting Euro- bout $500,000,000 may have been Formosa, Philippines. Thai-
French forces battling Commun- land and Indoehla -' were,
Ms in Indochina, it was learned 5540,00 ,6 for fiscal 1953 and
today-. ,__. 1' a a t$5320 for the previous
Within six to nine months, -'-A'. year.
according to an excellent source, n., On top of that., economic aid
the NA tionalsts could become onanned for the liar East area
enough of a threat to the Red- or fiscal 1953 amoemts to.$320'
held China coast to divert pres- -,. 800,000 of which $100,500,000 is
sure significantly from the Ko- for Formosa.
rean war front.
President Eisenhower disclos- Actual deliveries of militia
ed Monday that the U. S. 7th equipment to Far East aid re-
Fleet no longer would "shield" cipients, as opposed to amoUntS
the Chinese mainland against on order or planned, totalled
the Nationalists. $533,000,000 for the 29 months
ended last Nov. 30, tlhe last ,ate
Defense Department offi- for which official' figures are
dails meanwhile indicated that available.
deliveries of jet fighter planes Besides trainin~ And ga
to Chiang Kai-shek's forces in.g Chinese Natiogalllat-
weould start soon. tary forces -U. BEL aih is us
The fighters were included in build smalF art a-d Iunu
military aid orders placed for plants, supply machine b t
Formosa in the past two fiscal provide unifoms for the*
Years and additional numbers and gas for the force,
are included in aid programs struck; roads A and field
for the year ending next June menit, aet up hil;- ir,;
30 ties, improve transport and
Chinese Nationalist Dilots re- er supplies, carry ot heithe
gently th3gan training in jets at rural reconstr tezon 't
a U.S. Air Force base in Arizona. -
Maj. Gen. William C. Chase,
chief of the U. 8. military ad-
visory group on Formori. said
yesterday in a Newsweek maga-
sine Interview that the Nation-
alistswould have adequate air (NEA Telephoto),
wer to support invading in- AWAIT CALL -- Chinese Nationalist soldiers on Formosa,.asem-
try--" our present expan- ble a 76mm howitzer during maneuvers in January of 1953. Late
Sion plans are carried out." reports hinted that President Eisenliower may soon reMove the
ie oaid, however. U. S. Navy "neutrality" ban on Gener llm Chiang Kai-sheks forces so
p =t would be essential to they may attack the Chinese mainland.
Chase set up his training *lA
.in May, 1951, seven
a- f e r an earlier mission To Duiles iti
,aM rgp gy withdrawn. The
al .sent to ForChurc ll To -les: Britain
mo by Gem -Dougla MacAr-
thur after the Korean war
Military men said stepped-up W ants No RecklessF
military aid to Formosa ano In-
dochina would be a natural o -
sequel to Mr. Eisenhower's ac-
tion to "dernutrallze" Formosa. LONDON, Feb. 4 (UP)-Wins-' 1Whether Dulles would give
The extent of aid up to now ton Churchill met today .With such an assurance wao doubtful.
can not be gauged because the John Foster Dulles to make Re hah anuanotmcd -i Advatice
Pentagon refuses to break down clear Britain's deternpnatl0 ,h .would ,make no. :!commit-
specific figures for Formoda. But that the Far East war mu$a t ments" on this nine-day swing
it appeared that marked in- be spread by any "reek "of seven European capitas.
forays by Chiang Ka l-shek's The Downing street lunch
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state sat down t o'a hn tf 'including courtesy calls
at No. 10 Downing Stret re- at :5ucnham Palace, confer-
trited to himself, Churchillenes it the British Treasury
Foreign Secretary Anthony den, on the anrms program and day-
and MSA Director Harold Stn- long meetings with the Foreign
sen. ifefl n h te
High British sources sai& *bk Bd 's amoinocement in the
Churchill government had A ot of 0I Comtmons- yesterday
cepted the fact it could n tat Britain had expressed in
alter the decision of Preidet advance its oljectio to Mr.
Eisenhower to take the bwra !plhower's de alon to call off
off the Chinese Nationalist tfU. 8. Seveth Fleet as a
armies but added that BtitatnI "heutraller" made it plain
would seek a pledge from Dulles what a dilemma it had posed
about Avoiding extension of the for the Brits .
fighting. Britanl ;has never seen eye-
to-eye with the United States
on Chiang but Eden, although
117 t-A 10 has now
General Geologyd lItde te ert has now
Sade It ryli e ear that the
Churchill government as well as
the soci a ae ainst any
EIxOesi ( encouragement of the Nation-
alists which could spread the
Offered at war in the Far the
A course in general geology Ad An. r
will be offered at the Extension i a V rds
Division of the Canal Zonh
Junior College star tingl To
Monday evening, provided that u Uo iw oq WV
10 students register for the
course. For Steno Test
Such a course has been re- o T
quested by a group of prospec-,
tive students who are interest- Admittance ar ha been
ed in geology. The students may mailed to 140 pan- rthe
register next Monday eveningCivil e e a fo
and the course will start thelstenograpmc positions in th#
same night, if the enrollment Canal Zone to be held atur-
Is 10 or more. day February 14.
The course will be the samen t should be u zdeAftod that
as the general geology course while persons applying for the
offered In the day school and stenographic exmi ation mu
will cover such topics as: Vol-.also qualify in the typist p
canic action, forms of igne ous of th mnat If a
n nu oer ofoof the examination if thet have
rocks and mnerals, ores and not received an eOlible ratin
minerals resulting from igneousas typist in an ex amnaton held
ac'ivlty, weathering of Igneous since March 7, i 1. hapDs..
rocks, effects of running a-in dnly the typist part of th
ter, effects of ground water stenorraphic test will not be
and themechanicaland chem- accord separate typist elig
cal work of the ocen. lilty in this examination.
The course carries two hours The last announcement for
college credit, but may be taken ,tynist examination was
for no credit. There will be on W y-IM and5 appikc
two-hour. lertre from s n ,to for admittance to an examine.
nine o'clock each Mondav eve- tion for typist eligibility, oly
nlnr throughout the semester. are not being accepted
No special requirements are Persona receiving admittance
needed to enter the couare I the ex-
amintion who are t
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YORK. Feb. 4 (UP)-
a r of the AFL Interna-
t Longsoremen's Assocla-
ed today they would
their full support totnor-
o behnd a four-day-old strike
of tugboat workers here in a
:moe' which would shut down
it .'port completely.
Th longshoremen said they
dhabonor the tugboat. work-
' ptket lines which would
tne t ct oargo and oasoenner
a etions in the natlon'W
i port would be seriously
Sor halted altoghether.
,of fuel oil and food
by_ barges into water-
virtually halted since th
Stuetrike began at midnight
The ILA decision came as half
deen-~ superUners steamed
toWard New YOrk.
The ships, including the Nep-
tiuna, Caronla. Ile de France;
Castitutlion and the Queen
Uary, are all due to arrive either
Thursday or Friday.
Presumably the combined ac-
tion of the ILA and the tug-
boatmen who are members of
tII ILA's United Marine dlvi-
alon, would prevent docking or
ualoading of the ships if no
ttlement is reached by there
ftie they arrive.
Longshoremen, besides un-
loading passe'ger and cargo
handle the lines' with
h- the .ahin. ar& tied to
ks nce the port's a.*00 tug- .... 'n
ontmen wf off their jobs ( The view of *NAn frt%,.
t ships docked ,without I ,t same 4,000 tughoat, eria* t, o L
services. plt na ons, two largest ports. Th e T. tu o
adph o were not a tedtby the dispute.
'Philadelphia aW4d Norfotlk were .
both affected- b!y asiar ptrik-.s tivenea.af the walkout was lesaf In Norfolk the ILA a
64W tug workers- but Ite effee- in bq ports than in New York. d a "un~ad ahip
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