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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01497
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"it Is YOUR FORUM THE RIADARS "WN COLUMN said.
Grim as it is to report,
macabre fact is that, the
Ianjywere without fallnl L -U
THEI MAIL BOX hih c -mmnd canntI
der -the shadow of murder-,
The Mail 5 is an open forum readers of The Pomes Amer. labor rackets murder.
ILettes are received grateful eind a.r handled tn a why cont: At their gather in Mam
AiAM Lmanner. Beach now the AFL e U
I t o b contribute a letter don't be impatient if it des't appeao the council members are Juit
s day. Lettls are published m the order received short iuto ride from a
Pl hae try to keep the letters l-litsd to 0n age's lIngm sandy strip Where onl
Identity of letter writers as held in strictest confidea e. long.irmen's combte,.
This newspdpe, assumes no resIeasibilitey fe statementsn o opinions a Brooklyn delwhery' lcoi
epilesed in letters ftrm readers ualookly owned e urder Inc ,
0Ou~emeed - Lually owned by Murder,nc.
o back in the Thirties,
US TOWNS TO BE BY-PASSED IN NEW More recently, some Aft
SICZ STREET FIRE ALARM INSTALLATION Laundry Workers Union off0l
cials were taken out to the wa-
Diablo Heights, C.Z. tery Evergladits and l t for
)lail Box Editor dead. No fault of the oons
Panama City, R. P. that one fellow. recoVi
Dear Sir. Fact is that a me cliai a
counting is needed. It at
I was so macd when I heard of the following, I couldn't even David Dubinsky has just sad
:wit to get a plain picce of paper so I am writing to you on this of the outlawry on the New .
Yorned one. rYork waterfront:
I have Izarned thru the Civic Council and the Governor's ;'The prestige of the AnierI-
s shiri sleeve conferences that it is being planned to install a- brand can labor movement. at stke
, .ew street lire alarm system in the new town of ParaIso. This s tn the New York Crime hear
:good. An efficient fire qlarm system in any town is an asset to ingi. It can tei
the community. twho ig, t c ime ati o the
B t, and 1 also mean "why" isn't a fire alarm system being, establthfment, through. thdl
jnsa:e ed.ln the new US rate towns. I think. the answer to that AFL executive council d CQ
I the powers that be (whoever they may be) are. relying on the ventiot channel o
I Id rate families to have telephones installedin ith bir homes and of 'the Federation- tb. 11. e
If there should be a fire it could be reported by telephone. How an investigation ofi thrltne
stupidd can you get? Just suppose the person living in one of ,arilins for the it ene
These new houses does not wish to subscribe for a telephone. Of pre n hr
lthcn again, suppose a fire breaks out in the home and you can't When the pepevyyl i. .
j .t to your phone. Or. suppose the telephonewires are burned dies' Garment Wo irs.
out. before you can get to the.phone. (Wires do burn you know). leandn reen er to "their d -pde i
Whoever is responsible for this kind of thilking 'ought to dence" he meisnde
'have his head examined. Economy, you sayl Oh, yes I forgot o em thuse labscor esof ric a',w
,about that. But it is false economy. Take the trouble to ask e turnd scors oAme
'.yone who knows and if they're not. afraid of repercussions unions'intoWhat heI calls "buu.
eyl tell you some facts. The street fire alarin system known nies onionis e
be the best method of communication in the world' Just think bri is a hge racket w b i ol
brinp at least a billion dol-'
the amount of people who speak, a foreign tongue trying to lars a yar,l by easy laheta-
Sprt a fire. You would have to employ bi-lingual dispatchers tlon, to men wbye are et Lsonar
te switchboard, whereas with a street fire alarm system it is tally mobsters and who hideheeLook
n';versnl whether you speak English. Spanish, Portuguese, Ger- the ancient jargon. of the,.
lin'n. Russian, Polish, etc. etc. ha: lebir m r stache yr-
the .words approveded work F.I'Nn.
I have always been able to live is. my. community with a nthe wossd" oirehsed work-
rnse of relief knowing that I am well protected by an efficient The high A.L leaders must
Ire department and fire alarm, system#. When I go to sleep. at find time in Miami for a real-
Il |t, I know that if by chance someone passing my home at 2 Istic bookkeeping session to WASHINOTON-The, official figure Idicate Thi il fair enough, 1 t addens me.
r o'clock in the morning should see my .house or my car or count: up the criminal who've today that Amerloan-fdeie speno a ,OO000,000 I'll Just have to be a .
1t].ing that is burning they would run to the nearest fire alarm moved in on their old crusade. oreper year on therl thando th-Ti hus I w nt built to be a blt I
.x and would not.have to go searching for someone with a tele- From the District -Attorney ands. This, gentlemen, is fabulous. It also Is ven keep on my pants; Ie qf a
Tlone in their house. offices and theNational A een e. ometithI 1 got to be dr r e i.1
think I'll stay In the house where I'm at where: there is such. offices and the. National Ann.e n .gk got to be do* Itt ral quirk Wb ,
t instead ofy ing ne ouse wa nere atre where there sucno! Citizen's Crime Commissions It is begin 'dohe t0oo, t not what I expected. the Me se as my
systeminsteahe AF Executive C ounc My own, ol -fashiod,.et ewas fo r every hus- "tus- better.
re alarm pyatem. No matter how good-our C.Z. Firemen are tey which meeting In' Miami can bafd to tell his,wife gently, but firmly, that she' M 'shoulders slope aL neate lem "
Stthelpe theyarenotnotied me move and learn theat among the. men couldn't have a new drfes until the ol@ one wore shol^ 't and my S Slw .
-';As I mentioned before this is an economy move wah the risk whoecut.labor nto a ouall- 'upt.Otn 1 d o ored a r
is being taken is a calcula ted one. Wde betio tt one who te.of regll n o l bo de ehellnoopaolit htr iAn
my life or any' of my family is a calculated risk and should murderers, narcotics Peddler, on. character, wit athat
a fire where it is found that there was no means calling operators of illegal stfllsi rap- broken in properly. guntili 't.orn t pma ree e tnd this Irn't gt.
department; you'll heat the stink all the way to' Washing-. ists, ,Amvy deserers, 3,-, 4da&..
.~ore this asinine project goes thru,I I would mucrathe, r loan sharks eih ae campaig r sl*ate oul oeve pup lt'rsadi = .'
woulcroo murcemruei fr t t le s "enth thet -u ~t
,hEhigh tax -were payiln: If it.omeans having and,-.ainantasin- w trorno t mthe bll lk n
n. flcnt fire alarm .an t6m f. If It saves o. .liflt' lald h en wgUbjt, h oe an maybe.. ee i41 'aa '
Anr Iate Citiseus ua t t wunio s it clote s w
a'a bl a- m.i ret"ed r (dur-
Ing ne t raoppoi direction. o r id eaI.ts oagt bi thin a wn a -

o-.t ote""b bu" enon and crookdU -raeotractket for h VbAs / "te ha d eat JQ&l',- 1"'":" _os.
The Mail Box, In addyltqoni, tdere =Ire to s AenAml',to o ,ook.euy nemt ond t h nete be.ok
Panama American. on the r'er twho.e saiL- stylTe tlpr ly'. wi haverste ta al alll uho,
fAIM c priae bank rwar accouThnedm as ler eptl Q cn -
ply put the union funds, in olo tflbbeZPr fwl,)beUh
Why "Canal Seamen"? Your contributor A. Bot's complaint their private, bank e counts Th' nef hat'lo, as t at
eing the long working hours of so-called "Canal oeamren, re "aetOsev a b I ut"' ea r s c aelfrats h etla flb oh
Ia news item oh nuries'reced e by some o them durSh_ .r-n wr alf "e t as
homeward transit of the alsthmus by bsdrawsattentan tootten the bulaesi and/or wr es, narrw oeki bush ,
accupation that has but Ittle justification for its existence uhion' coune' to defend them and p rters.Yes, sir, neat loker has o to
S thatem from the Navy' quetnable premise that 'all nd et them off. kee his held up.
hani l esse areInadequately mannd, a condition te. re- et, are hre nio'-os- The trouble haberdalhel ui a m
lwen commandeering a merchant ship by place from fleWa o ne' f wree.Sai year ao you launched a elled dOubt
top ten of their men aboard for each former civiln crew- nd. mn it. fami- bod I ook.Iddn dolgonede to eo bold. All th the
lthirr'iovkItkbank facoruntso- I paccomplishedwoasarleeIr ea N
ere at the Canal theo s came pattern ibs followed, and ignoring tl "irhi s easb slck. Still anod al, a IadtatsIth bo11=1 lo-k.
pove iments, Underwriters, Shipping CompaniesMarine Un- 10o eapaed bl ot iowse gaho n a hat satenethe.
'andltsieaster e arig concoursinfth -atltheir"manngal whtO sd in, conscious ofashions i ne at the-n
arrlm r bkikodd e shouldmkedam iregis. Ad mJ
ate for f ient-tIne-handling orthe world over, up t a b s naore andes it" folsso,"o' i I '
h om ewame tanrs fofithed o the m obs,h to teppemn A-to, r nnd h wo have' ottra hb ndlesw esh
clew, s lteatmen"adu t it le ficiaatlfthe shei snedhe nloes ws tthnoveal.eats o
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S onciencem scmaninsamarang ant skill is not. re- h op nadvne rat nr certain ..ui. .te dw n"WeIot-
two their me and is but little exercised in their aarcBrteheaen
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fiveminuteswa oncurk. hebalance of the time A. Boat anensrererl testim toial dinners itn
a of tI sentassleepd g, playing cards, diningeo at the ship's .otof tpt w YakeAe tL ADis
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Letter to Representative Wolverton Rep. NJ. ui the wi the slpssam I0 w e"-
congratulations dear Congrsman oen. your extreme One lean shark eam ut
that US defense has to rely on foreWOM and be Ik 011y11Y E0 soiSUN $ tlmea Of
umomT of Camadlans to supply materials as neesaty as l ne
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thoim e alien peaks. Remember, they have not aenpt- AMe n t all thee wofkft
General to cmpad their Army tet. thw men whom the APLi dL
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2COl"Y ON B r 3-Alarm Flash Fire
BY '"WArLD.JACOBY PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 6 (UP),
1.r,.cn for M:A Service -An aged man was burned to
.....death today and 550 personS:
T H'had narrow escapes as Athree-
NORTH (0) 12 :alarm flash lire whipped thrUi
4 9Q9 5 a four story building ohe 'block!
V Q 4 off the Center City department
AKJ 103 store area.
S& Q 106 I Firemen first believed five or
WES'T FAST six other persons were killed,
6 4 7 A 6 3 2 when the fire swept the build-
V 7 3 2 v 0o 8 ing in a matter of minutes and
S5 2 *Q9 4 spread to an -adjoining seven-
SA J 8 46 K 7 5 3 2 story building.
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TH i wrecked building found no other
AAK J 10 4 bodies, but several persons were
SA K 98 i taken to hospital for treatment
*8 7 6 for smoke inhalation.
Si9 The dead man was identified
North-South vul. as Louis Kligman, 83, whose
North East South West son is an owner of a manufac-
I Pass 1 4 Pass during company which has of-
2 6 Pass 6 4 Pass fices on the building's fourth
Pass Pass floor. The son said his father
Opening lead-6 8 had an artificial leg and had
difficulty walking.
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.AY'S hand was a rather man was seen opening a fourth
ODAVYS hand was a rather floor window, and then top-
Sexpeence lor one o .e:pling back into the flames.
years, Dut it illustrates tie Piremen recovered his body
u 01 reasoning Ltai. is neces- later.
tor good uriage playing.; The fire was discovered just:
thought that he had maae at the height of the morning
uniornunate guess, but he rush hour. The first firemen
actually maae a very bad who responded in sub-freezing
Y.* weather found flamps leaping
test opened a trump, and from all windows of the build-
-fore deserved whatever ina's three upper floors.
ned to him. As I mention- Two additional alarms, struck
In yesterday's article, a in a matter of minutes, brought
p opening lead against a out extra comoanles operating,
il slam is almost invariably :,,nder dePuty fire commissioner
lorriiole defensive maneuver. George E. Hink.
outil won the lirst trick wih ----e-
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-at Cf linki:sct duiLmy a, hearts or to lead the suit, it was
of diamonds. rt his was not clear that he did not have this,
d idea, since the diamond' freakish holding. Hence it was
sse would have to be risk:- impossible for Sbuth to have
to take the finesse immedi- only one or two' small hearts.
in order to give East as On the basis of this reasoning,
Information as possible if Eats should have returned a
fines happened to ic-e. club after winning his queen" of
3it turned out the fin: ; Fdivrmond' This would have de-
lose to Eazt's queen of da- feated the slam contract.
.s. L st now had to decide
other his pa tner had the Taking Ne Chances
of hearts or the ace of CENTREVILLE, Mich. (UP)-.
It seemed like a sheer William Drake. who celebrated.
and a heart return seem- his 101st birthday this year,
"safer" to East. doesn't believe in taking any
sae chances with his health. He wa".
his, of course, was duck soup one of 390 persons who register-
declarer. He could draw the ed recently for tuberculosis
ps and discard a heart and x-rays at the county health cen-!
b on dummy's long dia- ter.
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t should have' returned .r. u Nirhts. Burni p Pamssi*.L
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11 hearts, West would have feelngold before you tim.
en or eight hearts headed kidneys purify sour blood wt
the ace If West hd such a tgos rigt to work
kish holding, he would eith- as. Comt 0gr int
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at least would .led the ace .. teAnd th uo ulicl
hearts to begin the defense. be vmsr iruie so
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "W" Seet PanamA
No 12,179 Central Ave. Col6M


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WANTED FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS I
Miscellaneous Automobiles 0.,' o*.d rdWM,, dkur weekend at Casino Santa
Write Al ePk s Aae'ats a cobin' 8.4.001 a couple.
*i/ANTED: To rent winter coat, FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2-door 208 Ase C L .Dl music by Casin Aces.
small size, for two months. 51 St. style De Laxe, original Sahara" 11M O
Beige. 6. B >color, 5 good tires, easy Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. NI*7B. i .$ & One mile beyond
yNo. 36m tSmooty Hunicutt S. Just around the corner of "J St., Sonto o. Conrletely furnished. `
"WNTED-U required rtn fur- dr ea E .n A ns. Phond mile s.O
S:Ugl u A. 16th. St. Central Ave., Tel. announces our new Lao p Sa ieratrs nd Stoves.
aehed apartment, Bello Vista for 800 Colon. Service. We can now make to order linens. Phone Dogmor's
y period. Call American mbsany kind of lamrn shade or 1-*ve ....
S 31932. FOR SAL-951 mobile your old one at 1 e Santo Clara beach- S
,a W AN T ED : -M G C o n v e rtib le. C all Su p e r 8 8 in ex :e :: 1n t co n d itio n r-,r"
S- C Low mileage. One owner. Sacrifice PACIFIC RLLRO oKve SKA cTERS. e ~cric' boxes,
Colon 446, doi~y. for cash. 83-5281. are all planning to hav a Buiffet fnodeato rotes. relplhone DWWealkvem in d C I
-SL 1 "he2o skating-party next week, skiorm nb1 as. 4-567 Pedro Mi.wfp ilo l tl q
FOR SALE FOR SALE-1950 Studebaker 2-door irclud ng amateurs such as: *Oil- SUb. _i v s~te
SSed,. original shel l gry color- via Farrier, Barbara I ThOrbLurn. pM 'iip- R. otg e .t i
ehold Rdi, nd soot rs, verygood etc. will entertain. P- P Oceansid Cottage. rh e
Househo condition. For sale tmoo A t Court rn Santo Clara than GEO. NtO FY.
FOR ALE:-4 porch screens, I steel Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central .l U1oiSw from all cottages. Steps t al a
ed single, compte. 3 cupboards. Ave. Colon, Tel. 800. FOR SALE O R' G, f*ige ation.
d e mgbo cue and hufflo board. Pan-
House No.109 edroMiguel FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury Club bu1 a1 8 nd shuffe board. Pan-
STel. 4-466. Coupe. Perfect condition. Best of- MisCellaneouBOtS =8 No. 435 toSlboa M-16 M 3
;FOR SALE:-Box spring and mattress fer. 417 Porto Bello St-,Ancon.
complete with headboard and f Good transportation: 1941 Chevrolet FUR COAT for sael. CIll Pnoama 2- taL. bmedr'om refrigeration. h
board. Tel. 21 642 ____. Fleet Moster, 2-door Sedan. Easy 1541. Ask for Mrs. Howard. Reckgas raro albo a 2.050. f gr one
_Rokgol rangenr. 8alboa 2-3050.
R SALE:-2 metal beds gray with payment. For sale at Sm FOR SALE:-Pmano in good condition Except weeknds
mattresses, one metal dresser gray. St. Cn- only 175.00. Call 2-1282, Pan-FOR RENT "
with mirror. Phone 2-4279 Diablo trl Ave. Colon Tel. 800. o Pa- relf;
-Witout-area A ar n.-FOR RENT R. Rev.HLHab' er en
L H _ts. FOR SALE-Without guarantee or a i ia 'AREA." "the Route of "as "am Ogden and M Arnold W
iOR SALE:-Small wordorbe, double warranty to highest bidder Chrys- tre God Neighbor NO IN- o_____ O ... _n_ __ __
bed together or separately, both ler limousine, 1948 model. Cn be R ASE IN PRICES.FREE MEAL .. -
Smahogany end modern. No. 77, seen at American Emby. Bds .COCKTAILS Cne-way to A- house, hot water, nd ar-cond-
SEstudioante street Apt. 5. Telephone accepted until February 12. Ml, $70 00..NEW YORK, $114. turned in wdratea Pondi. 3 444
S2-3058, Panm1941 Buick 2-dOor Sedan, very good 00... GUAYAQUIL. $80.00.... Pnamh City. .
R SALE ON EASY CREDIT anspott. good radio, and QUITO. $86.00. Round trip to onA cty- shippli. moving, l C SCO
STERMS, Hollywood Double Beds tires. Als with seat covers. Easy MIAMI, $126.00..NEW YORK FOR RENT -Unti April 30th, fur- W
Complete with New Mattress $21. payments. For sale of Smoot y $ 21400. .GUAYAQUIL S144.00. hlsed houS 3 bedroom 2 bath- Ae ~
40 down $4.90 month. Twin Size Hunnictt S. A. 16th St. Contrai .QUITO, $154.80. BOEING 4- roms. Tolephan Ponoma 3-0220. anytlitg.
for $15.50 down $3.40 month Ave. Colea, Tel. 800. -engne planes. For more details see Cloe Saturday and Sunday.L 2.2 Pan
Beds $43.00 down $10.00 month, FOR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet C PANAMA DISPAT. Auto
Brand New Mahogany Wardrobes Coupe, radio. ExceptionTli, 850._- F1 I telephone 2-1655.oR E
(2 Inside Mirrors) $42.50 down 00. Room 320, Hotel Tivoli.l- ..
mrth n-,rror and stools, almost new,
igny ining Table with 4 Chairs, FOR SALE --Beautifu' 1950 Pontiac drain g tc.b'e 6 x 3. Cheap 1549- ALAMRA APARMlJS e lt as
$33.8sr down $7.40 month. Guar Station wagon, beautiful shops and L. G o.an R od, Balboa Two .nd five room tsheaar oe I
ra cnteed 4 Burner Gas Stoves $18.- runningr condition. Easy payments .- unfurnishea oprtments; prove fUl n-
50 down $4.20 month. Many at Smoot y Hunnicutt $. A. 16th closed grn 8061 IO Street Re.
Other BARGAINS in Both New and St. Centr Ave, Colo, T. 800. FOR SALE ph o.
Used Furniture. We buy and sell. "FOR SALE: Pontiac 4 Dr Sedn l h
,,.OR ,SALE: Po n ,t!'. .oF O RS A LE5?da, _, *=, M S... .
Soseh o e e41 "6" 1950, Standard gear shi ft, Real Estate FOR RENT: Furnished or unfur- o f
R~w INational Ave.lTel: 3-4911 radio. Original osr'ner. Good cbn-- nished two bedroom aprtment. ,f 141.7
5R SALE-General Electric refriger- ditlon. Phone Balboa 4473 or FOR SALE:-.-ust sacrifice as owner Call 2-2346. bedroom apartme. m
a tor, 60 cycle, with 3 2 guarantee. 3414. leaving country; beautifully equip- l dW1 /
95Paed cottage. New Arraian on Na- FURNISHED apartment S6. As .dt
t95.00. Phone Panama 3-1216. BARGAIN: 1952 Chevrolit Stln" P cotta y New Ioraton Tel. pirenDt suat ele f ,or tAd
Lb Rl 19 Chevr S Id o n: tonal Highway Information Tel. apartment suitable for Nl couples. G S A M 0 N A R
SALE:--Double be, box spring De Lue 4-door Sedan. Two t 2-1964 Gr Almcen Angehn Telephone 3-2051 Panoma. il eD L r III.t e Ang
a nd innerspring mattress. Entire Sahara Blehei i Ur t.ie, ...s 3 S -..I tr. ________to tl
unit 6'9" long with mahogany head Power-glide, radio, 5-good tires, FOR SALE -House wth mortgage, FOR mRENTan
leoy switch. If interested Thomas Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central kitchen, maid's room, two bath- Z-483. sa.8T aR. Mal
0lte Cristobal Police Station. Ave. Colon, Tel. 800, rooms, One block ram the R
beach Lot Rio'Ab Ao' FOR RENT. Fn
l ALE:-Furniture sine, double M T SE.LL. 1953eryletl C2nve- b Pea La e -43`iI.Rn a nlo the r.2 FT
m, living, kitchen i tl, i'Set .e tll faci. I.- meters. n. the Presi

Lamps. Dishes. Rugs. Nic-nocs, etc. Practically o eOw. y mBuikSpecl Storve, new rOlihoouse refriger- FOR RENT: ,&.. WFurnisd. po f r
Good condition.- 4-doorSed w, m tortile sps and dhower, chi- AmerIcan couple without diWldren.
Ing. Gulick 88r-851. gray ald shell gas Dyneflow. ym en's swi e n( W e land WIlE Fu__dpoon..-andbox_&_d
r prtale moel, like nw yt l Hun rloet S A. 1lea St.F Ct1 be
FOR SALE :-General Electic dish- etiful shepp Fo a s Only 4 le with l FOR RENT: --l Furnhed roormn to 'M .
whr, portable model, like new. y unictt A. St. Cen because place was developed for couple, acces to eve ind in the A sh engineer G eore B. Thle f Altdaine also
Reasonable. Panama 3-3i073. Avenue. Colon. 9 800* them. Property available for in- apartment. First street No. 103 "El SiLerland, o se l :o git ldS reite of Blue
S Position e FOR SALE:--1949 Packard 6 -black section this weekend. Norman Carmen." Telephone Panama 3.- rom the gangWay oa hi sh n NicMragua.ts w
n Offered 4 door sedan, leather upho._tery. H-adstate N"vy 3304.: 5' *.o. aboh g y was stoil on the ivNicabr the var.wUS D
Excellent condition. Call M/Set. FOR SALE-Santa Claia beach front FOR RNT:-MNcely furnished room aS 3,IOUSIF W 1it Or g og1 0
t company of its kind in the Voelz, 86-7253. e popnerly.... beache flower garden, with meals in Cpngrejo for one or t today.. r tt .
world is seeking several part time ~494 ick Super Convertible, with Mny fruitearing trees. For in. two mesons. Call 2-1693 or 3- Two other t- accident victim u ctreildenlt.
workers, either mole or female for withiMnny frultbearing tress.Frin 179r1hsteed wee
Interesting sales positions. Earn Dyaflow, radio, seat covers, new section of house contact owner, 1789. recently opitalized were in hti of the Trtl
i0.00 te 50.00 per week. Write top, good tires. Easy payments. Ino agents Joseph A. Farr In good COndition. Con it hea i Bo ton.
bout yourself f to Box 3205, Pan- Far solo at your local dealer 51 Santa Clara. From Jan. 15 to April Thm eoud wer" gy by theda
to y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central 1R.I nAfE: HE.ANSmR TOThey are Edith Nalsoni.ea -1"_ ..Mli (t 1. Paterson.
m. Ave. Colon, Tel. 800. eceptionist at the skin alC e-- and M110 aV
YU SELL remuneti FOR SALE: 1950 NASH A-i STTES AATIONS, Moderin driver fr M o
.i-, English. & Spanish essential dit ww w. driveru Tra son Diion. M. A 0ei t a
I1, nbED : ained te l kno. edition throughout. can be finan. slated 3-bedroom house with fur- en portaa tion i a in. pa riM.he
SSonpicture and past expe- d or will trade for lder-model nace, large fireplace, porch, neMrs. on received an n ag conferences heldd
-e-4, Pnm. o~-cor. D. W. Kells, Curundu Fire furnture. Bendix washer tiled both fi JFoe n en utIom S eslon Wa
CY n 134, Pana.i Station. Phone 86-2212. and kitchen, automatic hot water, n- u "deh mt -lSrd HMig u
TED: Spanish-English steno- F copper plumrrbng, huge elmr shade a 1ordy h wq ile r.-
er; must take dictation and FOR SALE:-1949 Buick Super 2- trees. In Plymouth, Massachusetts The cae of a Panamnian de- from" s car whichU M ir..]F
olate correctly and with good deer Sednet, perfect condition near beaches, Major League base- fendant charted with petit lar- dp" a a t0oot ravine. Al by R I
fng. ColumbiaPictures. Euse- with Dynflow, seat covers, radio, ball, 5 hours ride from Panama cenV after a previous Denitentia- fell down the d r.| d 1 1
Morales Avenue, El Can- end good tires. Easy payments. Line Pr. When not used by owner, r conviction was continued this of realdenc in Ancon id R W
Su t y Hunnlcutt S. A. 1th. St Summer rental covers all annual mornin In the Ancon U.R. Dig- suff reM a s alDo acertion. 'rh t
an or EuropeanSal Central Ave. Colon, Tel. 0. costs including mortgage payments. trict Co until Feb. 10 for fur-
n or European Sales- AT YOUR OW PIII.-R sd $600 furnished. Telephone her nvetlaton. of
loted. Rone 1941 Packard Super Clipper 3467. Samuel Martinez. 30, Insistedwase b .
4-door. One 1949 Ford 6 Club Farm for Sale, Matnl La n court today he wanted hisea uain t
c e et e n -wate i n can wtt it taurnh
Help W nted Coupe. One 1948 Nash Super, 4- WPapers and plans, 44 Hecto-" decisive moment in my life. 30 tn thOlr.
W ndoor.new tires, excellent condi- res. with water all year, good cattle since I want to determine whatF Nrk A.nC. Waldork, let
cook, references.on One 1948 Hudson Commo- ko d, about .two thousand FAultT I am to be." Pi Ca. %r Fire AL A .I at
'ED uildng Ek Co8nfrefeone" A oe fur. door.a Make on offer trees dne hundred and I I Acres Acting District Attorner KayCO re Irs e.it.
o'ks fromUilding "El Conamangrejo,"ho Autooc 15th and Melendez, Colon. I Red E. Tractor with 2 sets of Fisher told Jud Outbrie F. CU s 1. Odfenl SecretarY
-A, 3rd floor. FOR SALE: 1941 GMC 2-Ton Disc's one 12 blade and 1.8 blade, Croe be dd this was
truck chassis, $200.0Q..The.Texas only worked about 24 hours, I pair necessary asincl. the defendant YORK. Feb. 6 (DP)-A ] jr. baTi an,;
Co. (Panama) Inc. Tel. 2-0620. of hiller attachment Boxu 312 Co- had already been under mental freighter, the 200-ton r~ ad the folowla
nted Position 1949 Buick col Canal Zone or ouse 175 bservaton once when he be- us, was steaming to-
onted Position Buick Super 4-door Sedn, Central Ave. ChorerA, mornings damehysterical whl serving a New York today with Iart
RY, experience, capable, ven'r good condition, 9y aflow, aid of Wednesday or Thursdoag will be penIten lary entene at am- ocargo on fire, the United ardw a
ing good shorthand and eat covers, good tires, easy py- at hojne. boa. Mart ine e se d three years tuatona service reported. tu.
skmils, see nts. For sole at Smoot y Hun- there for gr" reen. report fro the ship
skintelligs, seeks posand initiative n re- nicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. Several days after en di- the fire did r ot appear t p A
ie albo2682. Coln, 00. -FOR SALE charged from the penitentiary. ~, oerious but the U. S.
FOR SALE:-1939 Hudson Business Jan. 12, the Panamanian de-,QUMr sent out a PAWrol
Coupe. Radio, leather upholstery. Boalsr MO fOr endant stole an $11 harmoniaew York harbor
rg Priest Original paint., Unused for 5 fmFOR or a arked car near the .al-a eu t *afd, clothg, b1'
years. Reasonable. Call 2-3414.FO SALE:-Ectric generator KW5 boa Stadium.a ta mw bb
reach Sunday House 551 I-B, Diablo, C. Z vols 125 D.C. (Blloser, In court today Martinez re-IW. nw, bon. d.bI a
- --hri- -- _g u aro e l) B lo w e r D m e b er e d co m m itt th e c r im e w as b o u n d J eo r
Christ Church Rle A4dor scan, low mileage telepho -67/ plateIO M. Cll l -EaO
b 6 h e xeen condition, $1,600. Phone teenn 12:30 to 2:30 pm. an T vy PacificOC
ShFeb.6.-Te Ven. Cristobalho3-,4S 6:30 p. m. to 8:30 p. m.

preacher at the 7:30 8or- FOR S Le r Work rn i
*y-the-Sea on Sunday Motorcycles 0i T T' ke 5 Nights
the Rev. Mainert J FOR SALE:-N. S. U. motorbike 97
,who also will be celeb- c.c., year 1952. Very good con- SePair work is It be done to t the a Paii
at tie early wauninon dition. Call Curundu. telephone the east and west raips o. of ... saied for a
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day-earnavalito dance at 7 V. m.
'whiU wil combine the Carniva
theme with the birthday event.
Capt., Luis Towvr with his
dancers in native montuno and
pollera costumes with a number
of Panamanian dances.
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M- PANAMAA AMERICAN Al SkiaEr(DUAMLi NEWAItta


Unusual Morals' Evidence Vanishes IN HO D

From State Department Man's sFiW H OLYWOOD- p.saOf,. f e
BehoWd tee Screen: Jan- ( t se. '3land Damer .vi
5 WASHINGTON. Feb. 6 (UP) -! McCarthy (R-Wis.) asked It i officer accused of iua mr- e In Marily Moroe' t, ra ed ufr Fb. (
John E. Matson, a Stace Depart-: "people oi that peculiar aberra- als".resigned and a leer nouy- e,, aseconding the Calendar Mtain. t te ni6t er,
tient security ofticcr testified? tion" would tend to hire others inn the Civil Service Conmmiseln Oir's dream of getting a Julcy eory studio Is feverishly ~x C.ancelo
yesterday a foreign service o.in- "with the same attitude." taht he was unfit for other gory-dramatic role to escape the Ohtmeing with t Bate
clal was cleared ior promotion' "Yes," replied Maison. "That ernment jobs was placed Iin hls "dumb blonde" tag. al process behind loe I rh
after evidence of "unusual mor- has been the world-wide expe- file. As Jane sees it: .doo hese days, an tory" elsaK
als" was removed from his per- rience of other agencies." "seues going trou tg hs eautiuv told me \ ay. the tate Deprt
sonnel file. I In other cases described by Hesaidthe subsequenttt e thin I went t .
He told Sen. Joseph R. McCar- Matson: Department letter ce .the g.' ke what the Mo. "It Clnetam and thr
hy's investigating committee) A secret report he wrote man for the new job was st da to her and she dgn'at movies do for ebe made s
hat this was only one of "several from overseas asking Immediate by "a woman who recentlyear d how to say Odurwh we n of retary of t
cases" he had discovered where investigation of a foreign serv- signedd under the same type of e days she w ear won't t be admre Job toster Dte- and "
'damaging" documents were lift- ice officer's "questionable activi- charges."t did. She'll start swinging a eft nwflll lb er' of t asl er end
ed from the files, ties" vanished rc t"' files be- *. ,t well .or f a' ltlS Geodr e
Matson said conditions in the fore any action Was taken. cho -. Chlsl Wills, the voice of Fra- ,o of old picture to Ii uln. while in Lotiden
foreign service file room were 2) A f foreign s, ,ee officer C IWi mule, is due for a taIo ldear that we're whle- vist of "n
"deplorable" from a security named George Merrell wrote for- rioting flm of his deown ths year e8tim t e'du -rey iat oi n r In s with he
Va rtV ring film of his own this year t f industry.InstW
Viewpoint. mer diplomat John Stew a r t e at Universal Internationa]iL iI A wo 't have any value .f States.
He said the department's pr er vice askin hm to remove a '0Uir Community Stugtios There's talk of a romantic com. theater exhibition."
Hds per-Idamaging letter from the file of e d Chill'ssa
armance measurement branc another officer, Donald F. Bige- ed and Chill's saying: S noune t t e
had authority to remove deroga- lowte w m think It would be a giat 01 -uneent sal. er ,.af:l
tory material which might Jeo- r' part for one of those fading0once. here
oardize a man's career. I 3) A letter from the late Law- 1..JIO"m glamor queens who would like ROLLYWOOD beewho cant th.wnl be
Matson testified that two per- rence Duggan, who later jumped to try character comedy wlih 'l na or there I. no lte a tt
sons were allowed to resign from'or fell to his death, to a foreign Wh, 1 100.000 Peops Mese an old bumpkin like me." VrwaBll, donat mhat to stage to newattate
the department's recruiting sec- service officer in Argentina was ett about goin tto oret mentA with the U
tion last October because of "un- missing from the latter's files. PreSen S Chill made his first big lt i l tertath the iftient .oweyet, the Britiah
usual morals." Matson said the foreign service in Hollywoo d as Clark Gable do need to to en stole a mMarch ,
---------- Pal in "Booriatown and MM oral foreign overnmerita
promised him a starring ticket, *da m tit e n some meure O a
SAnswer to Previous Puzzle Today, Friday, Feb. 6 But something happened, S einetl about th the United Stated.
VocIst A r laments. "All they'd eve letm old . A. and let the Shortly before rules left with - '
A 3:15-Th L ittle Show &play were idiots with twoaw selv be photographed for.Shortlybefore'Dulles left with
-NAP ANATrM.aA 3:15---Th'e Little 8how *-*o* onend at-ne foreign ichet Harold Stan.
HORIZONTAL 66 Titled 6i -raa aP A A 3:30-Music For Friday Hollywood's "mental smog" is at having a i l w'h thoe en for Arod it wu discloe M
67 Abstract being AL.S E L-a 4:00-Musio Withoul Words one of the main reasons or M~ o* nWNir a th etn.onel b t rweaso forB
IVocalist, 7 b a e e ,* 4 15-Caa Lom a Time uninspired film m making. d e as U 5 l b o d
Doris VERTICAL G e N A L. "ME i 4:30-What's Your Ipavorite Credit independent producer' ae- a." -0l o .an
4 She also iC challenge 5:15-ENOLISH ON THE AIR-- Lester Cowan for the phrus at. a Seet iy Cred unt
in the movies 2 On the (Agencda teer) and then listen to wy he's ,a mike. If e -'il et TIllenhower adm ration ha
9 Her songs over sheltered side TL. 5:20-Wbsat' Your Favorite voing oproothimseto fo e a wth Se, A e to get settled.
the--are 3 Shout Na s c A (contd) movietown: Tt State Department at
by radio and 4 Cicatrices L. N 4 | 5:30-ihew;V "There are too mnk Ein iiikec didt DAWn me mi ted rt
television 5 Ailing l m a a 5:35-Wnart' your Wrvorlte for film-making in Hol od-- lined n p id tents td ear it aJ ance to ro
12 Malt beverage 6 New (comb. 24 Begins 46 Tremulous 0--mntd.) and sal of them m ea es e nd views more Tr.
13 Free from form) 25 Encourage 48 Concluded 6:00-Musical interlude 'Experience' me ans .________
contamination 7 Mouth (old 26 Ballot 49 Sole U'..u--o Tyl a tk4e-or- Shop things you've do. ne before IU f, --
:14 Fish.eggs slang) 27 Pitcher 50 God of love 7:00-The BO dstad "Creatve talent itldt coarse, she said. "I bt there
15 Unit of 8 Jeer 29 Mimics 51 Scatters 7:30-BLUE RIBBOM SPORTS in Hollywood, or liste. to wh .t .alend bu h n;r.
reluctance 9 Operatic solo 31 Sheaf 53 Skin opening REVIEW Tollywood ha, to lia. stomn w SWic alensd ra s .1 he
16 Solitary 10 Electrified 32 Protuberance 54 Wolfhound 7:45-Here Comee Loul Jordan on I Want to make te. obrld e
17 Interest (ab.) particles 33 Facility 55 Loiters 00--Request Salon my home an escape this of an offers' Atightb
18 Lamprey- 11 Plexus 35 Thus 58 Winglike part 8:4-U.P. Commentary mental amog.' 0a tured fr teale .
catcher 19 Auricle 36 Musical note 59 Jamaican 9:00--tur, UA (VA) a*"actured' ech fri n Lese4Bthe
20 Expunge 21 Steal 42 Negative word beverage 9:30-London StudioCo nert TUT Ln:are"toohen coknd-. % 4"e of p4ana S ta1
22 Inquire 23 Retainer 44 Golf device 60 Dutch city (BBnC) "--we J .B.9ind thef tumb.P aef,. nam a S
24 Theater sign 10P-avaade of ies DRAMATIO license takenb b-w e rust Pat fant t nethum." l
25 Asseverate 3 < (VOA) writers. f, cnsing flm in th Cin Chorr
28 Dine t0:30-Adventu r e of P.C. gra phm s r do me of the Iri annh i ANT
30 Rib (BBE ) time Mrs. LotU Gehrig was mv -lt n..g
34 Weapon 11:00-The Owl's Nest ed to a rectin room to e Other tems on the agenda wLit 8,H Y lT B -
35 Calyx leafird s 1:00 a.m. Sign off "The Pride of the.Yankee 'obe the relbelving: of new members HAV YOU L
SExtinct bird When Lou's death sceneW n Credit the ong aYO UULF'
1 aJ38 Sumnmer l(Fr.) ov eo, owI,.eMrs, ,', ,. "' *"o thrTO fudtonew and old mom .
S !39 Musical dra Tomorrow Saturday, Feb. "Bt, gentln It dt TO
,:40. Thrs ( / happen that way. UlO e The candidate chosen as the M R ENARA1 ,
;40-dltors (arb.) 6:00-Alarm clock Club Immediatel e tle of a A. iM l. fu 9nw edeoverth "WOMENaS ET"r
t 41as(.-like l zrd 3Z 7:30-JaaaSalon Ooldwynio wrutelit leaped A rft C Vlu fBuruit uc.n wma second aolw the.W.mP SC ..
43East(Fr.) d: 15-Strictly Instrumental their feet and phrl se. sy e *ut'es and lead sa le |
,"44 Large plant W .' 36 ~~:30-BBC Feature "But, Mr4sg* it'i r tIe r The Balboa Fedeal Credit parade Prou Chorrullo oa
45 Rowing 9"00-News that wjW" non will hold its fifth annual Sunday, Feb. at 3 pn. O'
,. implement :15-You and the Land (VOA .v-..er Mr (hr'a pro- mett h Clubhouse
147 Observe 9 .30-AsI See It test thie fictionized death scene to. Presesltstandings of tae tanq 11A I6
S49 Natives of 10;00-News wat lsed In the film. d tes.,..are: Marvd Beuan
Latvia 10:08--Off the Rdes ( O-den Apple) S6 6 ln JToro. sI T'3 Rt
52 Asiatic 11:(4 w The word's out that Warfter' of dam (eari 6 0* I. gl w sYma
inOMineral reck i"0-OTff :ecd (pntd) ftitas three--dim Q WQic lnd. 0::.
'61 Palm leaf *
62 Slight bw 6*il W'M T Iri-7) 2:
.....W.( ,e Winer,
164 Tatter 1 M # ii The meeting begins with | Jqu
6" orm1 1 --Personallty Parade-s eri ew i
0L T David Rose Show
WorP-- ---a ---a S Io :o, y-afonam a an a eat ~i ,ig l
Atlantic Side Lecture ToBe 2lAf oSn me ao dies M_______clo ________
Meithdists List elivered Sund 2^45- tUe Of The Bands AL O ,A T -,MAR"- -Col
5:1S--The' Lttle Sh"w : "' q
Sunday, Services At Masonic Temple :.9-A. Meetingof the Mind*MA o RS.U
3:45-Musical interlude
es have announced the following Fur anity" will be delivered 4:30-,Wha's Tor Favolte _" IrmaTmW '
special services in observance of Sunday evening at 7:30 p. m. 5:30-News PEDRO MIGUEL A "Susn E Wff '
annual Sunday school anniver- by the Rt. Recv. Albert A. Steer 8:00-To b annonded 5 s SNO S OF KILIMANJARO" r -- '
sary. of the Old Catholic Church. 7:00-Pari# Star Time (RDF) |- __tu._ ". CA. "AUr*N0
The lecture will be sponsored f:30-LUL RIBBON SPORTS TAI
At Trinity-7th and Melendez, bv the TI'. osophiaml SOciety at REVIEW GAM8 0 A )X. a be TAM
Co on-both the morning service the Mrsonic Temple on West 7:4-Jam Sesalon (VOA) tI -e cniC of
at 9:30 and the night at 7:15 on 13th Street. 8:00-Masterworks from France : \' n M AND ga
'Sunday will be taken by Rev. (RDPi eo J'1 WYt1,MAN
Norman Pratt. At 3 p.m. there Candidate For Oblivion 8:230L-A m e r Ie ca Folk MJustTe Q Yr"U-Terh Ir
Swill be a customary program by WOODSTOCK, Conn. (tP) (VOA) ||et | -i
the primaries and juniors. On The Theft Detecting Society, 8:45-United Press Commentary
3Monday night at 7:30 the closing Delieved the oldest of its kind 9:00-The HOG it Parade MARGARITA How Mi ( iTEMO"
seting features a pageant of in the nation, admitted at its 9:30-USA Hit r e (VOA) and
th *Sunday school, reading of 160th annual meeting that busl- 10:00..:aw n..rrltdnil .__&,$do______-_____and____
th? annual report and distribu- ness was poor. The organize- 10:30- phony all U.S.A.
tohn of prizes. Singing at these tion was founded in Colonial (70A C OBAL A s a
t es will be led by the days to catch horse thieves. 1:00 a.m.-Sign Off COVuf O tlws" -Techkofw
's choir. 4 1 So g t as AND ;aton
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th*morning service at 8 will bei.
evening's service at 4. wIll
t'"e nal cunto otes LATE SHOW TONIGHT 10:30 P.M. D I / f MIN
!ay night., ROBERT DOUGLAS .
vd Sunday school will be at ROBERT DOUGLAS _' ...,__H_ _.-___/___
tealwhour on Sunday. 3 p.m. E WEI
0the evening service at 4 wil HELEN WESTC TT " *-A ""y "-" "o'eg
wa preacher, Mrs. Eloulse On O
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y, U Pr- At Army School ,No .= ety ,tou
SAt e tRepuiMblic of Pt- germ in the boy l l.per-
isBMU 'imtoM for the The first of.- series of. .
0 S K oLar. enco Troop and PUbliC Those which survh arft like-
t t o x, on exnd-y i innon sfrts today at the y to "Mhate," y4.0ttL
S oto rive eon unday IUcAj M School,Ftort Ou- hemil and iW
Spne Caruac, Ve- de i a
5, and win display 42 degree t the aryniM
p for l a ccaidons, in- T~ two-week course will be whlchl killed their anceto like
Nm a wdlng gown de- aughzi members Of the newly cray sce
d b Chrtean Dtor. Mus- o .it fomuition section Medied science fees It wll be
SJ nhed by Lulr SchoS Leadehi DlT- an evil day whe p' wmot Ifc-
ch Case Harrison isd uder ti staff supervision tuous diseae bro. ae. re-
fOrchltmo thS b loraktion sl ecton itt, a thelee of
ee $9.00. per penori Uotted ta tArmyv Caribbean people wonat o
.. dinper. They may ro .ar. ter nt PrachemothetpeautI, Wit wht.
t the office of bert C. Fpt Is cheft brinp mirult A-
.and .at the ti d haih e was
imar, the MrnE The course Is sebeduld to be quoted a rt
rat 'i' ughe i 1953.
Slli1^,?"^., '1.er"can Baesr condu"e!,d I1 .times during 19153. t to llevU e the l5S t,
s| El Panama with an average enrolment of are abodt the ohly st tm
16 students In each cych. t1te much n In-
SOfficers --c le fluent.'
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BIRLIN, Feb. 6'(UP)-Lrnest
DIeekmann, ,of the ast
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nounced th .l t the wet
of the Sovit ed. "Red Ba-
ron." doctorr W m Von Stolt-
senberg, Liberal Democratic
parliament deputy
The Peoples ber, lower
house of parliament. declared
Von Stoltenberg' seat vacant
because he "left the German
democratic republic illegally.'"
The chamber also vacaed tlhe
seats of Foreign dWinlater Oeorg
Dertinger. who w an d
a western spy men A"
Walter Rebel, tA uK I
ocratic deputy whose flight to
the West was annmonced by
western officials last month.
Informed source said Von
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have been mmlsnx from their
home In Leipzig since late last
month. Von Stoltmoberg was
known as the "Red Baron" be-
cause he cooperated wlth the
'ommunlsts despite his noble
background. Until two years ago
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1-Don Temi Don Tmrn D n temil Don Temi
TE ,,TA. N'"NGS Don Jcime Moon Goddess AXmosCnna Don Jaie ,
T.c '.! Gueana If'- Peruvian-bred six-year-old horse Pave- TeaIm- W L Pet. 2-Compe:ino Tin Ten L.libo Tin Tan Wmn Lost Lihcoln Life liefeat. Elks 0-t ''-.Behch (1-1)
:ro N favored no rii.lk 11u, his second straight victory tomorrow a- Ai. y Q' 4 1 .800 Consenida Malay Conaentida Louto d u 5 0 .. by R aer. 1. Sohoc
the Juian > r.:-o i:. e Track in the featured S'50 six-and-a-half N ava nation 4 1 .800 M-. A. 5 2 PACIIIC'TL jEAGU age-2. il
fulri., int fI:; (Ilw "(C' imported thoroughbreds. C. L. 0. 2 1 .667 3-Ros.i B MuAe ,Mo2Fito Mo .t 1 4 JTL A U it by
The a\ ,on of (,orsi.i-ravada is fast regaining the form l'lorshcim Elect. 5 3 .625 Mochito Mochiio Tepcnalp (e) Ris Motta 0 6 S in"dlags rl, Per
that hie !t ctrlv last year when he was considered one ofl tie Arny Ordnance 3 2 .600 Game o Fe. . nd Fran
"best hlrs'.e in tral',i:' at the local track. Pavero, who was b'rou'"- ideal Breadi 3 2 .600 4-Piropo PFggy G.kto ,y Plato Pegg9 M. R. A. 012 532-43 Team , Won Lost f"ad lfead. T
here csineri l v for the ig lhassics, was third in last year's $1(,'.' Army Laundry 3 4 .429 Peggy Grito y Pl6ta pgly Grito y Plato c. P.O. Oi0 203- 5 Bears a 7 1 of gam Is T
added Preilent's Classie after leading for three-quarters the Tom ColliEs 3 4 .429 -Chcriberi3i-r Newminster Piar Pavero 'Winning pitcher: E. Smith, iremen 1 ..
disnc.s confident that he Amy Transp. 2 3. .400 Pavero Cheiberibin Newminster Cherribin losing pitcher Perkins. Elks 144 -
(rhr-tra-.>inr Iuis Flarrugia is confident that he will again m. L. Iransp. 2 5 .286 Newmnst Game of Feb. 4 AFGE 1 -- 5 .. -.
make a tow)-n-tci r,.cer out oil Paverh. HIs. impressive victory last Navy Ordnance 1. 3 .250 6-Paques Mon Etoile Paques ". Pequeo MbOTTA Pohce 2 $ .1i i, o. Uk,;ff
week in (Clas: "I" pllus his steadily improving workouts are sure Army Signal 1 4 .200 Mon Eioile Interlude Cradle .Sog 'Mon Etoilfe ewhard, 2 3 Lincoln L1 1 e -2 *'*hR6 Rsert
-to make him the miotuels choice despite the fact that Farrugia re- --- Newhard, 2t 3 1 1 o a horse racing est
que'led that the handicapper jump him two classes instead of the Next Games 7-Pincelazo Paragon CYntre a Terre Prestigio (e) Herman. cf 4 0 1 bt up a nd a n c3'11rf
usu :. Tomorrow; 3 p.m. Army Signal *Prestigio i(c Prestigio te) Prestigio fe) Pincelao Pabon. r3 4 1 0 EmTERAn'S T LT ., gr s and a ne ta
lloucver, the move to the liigher group classification will en- vs. Army Transportation. 4:30 iss Frx Pblo Publico Polnette, b 3 1 1 Lincoln Li fe, di f ropor dm te of ai. Pla
able Pavero to o under the feature of 96 pounds. Besides this, p.n, P. C. Transportation vs.; '8-MissFairfaxPublico i d Publico Robubr. ,b 3 for eonl
he will have the benefit of the No. 1 post position. Navy Ordnance. Simo Galnte II Pulco Levadura Bird, it, p 3 0 0 S in time fo .on.
'The Farrugia horse's opposition is expected to be furnished by Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Tom Collins 9-1Dois EeidJa Silver Domino Fldmbaro Silver Dmino odriguez, as 3 0 0 ODAY'S G*AM .
,,the former (lass "A" horse Cheri')eribin and theconsistent New- vs Ical Bread.Trla,, Trofl Svr Domo Flamb o Free v i.'
minister. Cheriberilbin triumphed impressively last week in the Mo p.m. C. L. O. V TrTrlgar Silver Domi-no Flboo e, 1 Y. .p0.. .. . -, /
,lowcr irackct while returning from a long layoff. He is sure to Commiissary. Tom Collins. Navals 10-Arranquin Arrpnqqin Ciona Arronquin H darits, It \ 3 0 0 The linCIt'if rs scored a 6
-be in better shape this week. nation v!. Army Transporta- Diana iano Arranqui Diana to 2 wthbend
S New minster v, o(ind up I.ccond to Sir Boss in this same class ion. Piano A0ranquin Diana 6 4 he riant'ntthirs e
-over seven furlongs, lie was the overwhelming mutuels favorite oIO l--Co4liro Don A,064l2Wi Glde Tip Don Acblia h id
e so1-Coliio Don Arcelio Golden Tip Don Acali0 the brihliant'it hU of, ew-
.on that occasion but does not figure to allow Pavero 21 pounds BIG SIX Con Arcelio Colirio Don Arcelio Colirno M. B A. Rhe
ho has been dropped a las round out the field and Will be the L. Graham (AO) 12 8 .67 One Ecst-Don Ternmi Do.n Termi Don Tmi Don Temi Ranli '" 3 0 Legue t. the. plao of
Sutsiders in the betting. A. Dandern (NS) 15 9 .600 Cunlinh10 im, 23 1 0 0 leph Par tIthe . he,,sli
SAnother point of interest on tomorrow's program will be the d.. aounP iFE) 15 9 .600Jt ragen, 2 I 1 he th|t p0s c ,f-o sI n th ., i .

Now he returns Palter 13 onths twoclasses lower than he last Fiorsheini Eleetricals 15, Gejrl TMng ran h t r o is^ Wlre Mo 0,01 4 n, ? l ? *t. "


First Race of the Doubles 4 Ven7re a Terre J. Bravo 112 for the victory. F. Lopez started key of the Pittsburgh Pirates baller Johnny, indell. The 33- AT. A..A 013. 000 3-67 T 'l triedtoral in e
1 Manolete C. Kam 107x 5 Golden Mine F Ramos 114 for Army Ei?,nal but relinquish- has switched targets he's ydvar-old former. New York Yan- Summary: Two base hits. TheElks attempti l t
2 Don Jainie B.. Auirr t 118 6 Paragon G. Sancheo 110 ed to R. Hovte, the losing pitch- aiming to sign Ralph Kiner be- kee outfield8r..ais returned rzhis Ierg a hu o bl o f game oitI of tho ih'm th
3 Amazona V. Ortega 120 7 Pinceazo B. Aguirre 112 or. Both yielded elevens hits. ^fore trading him. signed contract to the Pir rates. Geo l2er Iti ck oatby 4 Don Temi V Catillo 120 0. Parris, V. Lowe, and Gary' Rickey says.he will visit Kner Lindell developed a knuckle ball o Bey. 1Win-scored upon a
e6 Moon Goddess R.L.Gil 108 m thrs ae o. aln were RJotrdan 3-4, de the home run hitting out- oing ony ine for ollywood pthebinf 0f13Ostreed r t5o s*on*abunr
won 15, ssedain.c' St A vena



: _-. rse: 0.0 Poo closes: :0L.tReid -3,hendl.sTaylore3-. fielder to ink a contract. So far in the Pacifi Coast League. & Schch .wen all tm ay fr 50 St ba
SRace Native Fgs. irfaxB Auirre 11 --- ner has reusedto take a pr- Elsewhere in the cortrat the El losing h h
Purse: S2-5.0 Pool closes: 1:15 i Astorta R. L i 12 Kelpie Win posed 25-er-cnt cut of h signing department... Relief tos, Sogrts Shortir a tcohvtmaweorrsu his trkmnl-vt.t 0 1d 1o i.Mco O.p
rSecond ace of the Doubles 4 Venturaa A. al $90,000 salary. of the Pittsrgh Pirate r Jacler John an okayed St. s T Johnny Engset e at third-, or the
-.1 Manolito G. Sanchezs 14 4 114 for Army n but relinon't has switcllhave an trouble. Louis Crdin York Yal ters... The ifers over hs. osition.
2 Juan Huincho E. Ortega 105x 5 LevaPa ragon G. Brao 10 to te, the losing neveritch- antipate trouble signer be- Boston Red box signed the bat NEW YOR, Feb. 6 (UP) fire style handltng'elxof en. 10.
3 Romantico J. eGonora 1lx G Sismo A. Vas ues 120 ing players *Ralph is a good tery of catcher Sammcy White Rangy rrnie Beck of Peinnsyl- chances- cleanly anod .mrfWng S. f:.the :
4 Malaza R. Cortez 112 7 Nijinsk Da B. D'Aguirrea 10312. BoTh e Balboa Yacht Club heits.d boy." ad right-hander Ellis Kinder. vania is the leading scorer- a- io and timely throws to firsn
5 Tin an V. Castillo 114 m stlo th ond ofthe or s insts a trade for Last week manager Lou Bou mong mar basketball colleges be to cut own the ba ac
6 Consentida F. Ramos 120 9 Galante II K. Flres 120 Cass "A" saiin yachts last Ker i "closer thLin ever" He dreau saidvWhite s the only e according to latest NCA, fig- nes. ope ...
7 Campesino A. Vasquez 117 0 tSunday Three Class "A" and Aepent yesterday with Brooklyn B oston player he wouldn't con-sures. Danny DesLanres, wMa4he, 1 -en.o, : o ;,'
1one Class "B" yachts took part officials and says. he expects sider trading. Kinder, out most Beck has a 27.1 average I 12 leading batter with two stwnlis 9". .or# Del ,
3rd Race "F" Native I4m. Fgs. imported e ace further offer fo Cincinnati of last season with a bad back games, aly Duke f un tnd a .double in thret ud
Purse: S275.00 Poal closes: 1:45 Purse: 5. .L0 Pool lo3es: :5 Thie ra started at 1 p.m. In a nd the Bosto braves Branch says- "I feel like a rookie. Seton. ls close beind th a perfeetday h att tot .
ONE TWO ONE TWO a light southerly breeze. 'Kelpie 27 average, In 21 :gamest,.litye gIks only ry wa ,i rHh, .. I wrrfM Nl marlan" ''
1 Cafiaveral O. Chances 120 Vampiresa J. Chuna 106x using liht canvas soon worked Ruth's record of 60 homers in a EBALIl Johnny 'Brieno, eB Sea le 1 long double to rig/t ..S, ol *Sllalt. t0,0.
2 Mufieco G. Sanchez 112 2 Petit Poi V. Casillo 114 ot an advantar ge, and lead the seatonifhe played .for Brook tiThe Bo an tras have sign- a 2 avrer; P Timy ersen o t . .
3 Taponazoi A. Mena 109 3 Dori Eleida R.L. Gil 112 other boats to bou^y "Y" the it nev ckey says he is satisfied ed a n 18-year-od West Coast Chuck FB of Ua and cfrlected v d oule in os tix lt 1.9ve M.e. .*y. .wa r
4 Kon Tiki, R. L. Gil 104 4 Roario V. Ortega 110 breeze shifted to the nortl and with eveirate department ptiher for annu4fco1scd bonus. John, lhnerof ge to drivc en tw. und m .. .
5 Bijagual V. Castillo 112 5 Flambaro J. Bravo 18 north west about 3 p.m. and e. pt a "And"says He is lftaander llirry Bur- most h lead ore cond an the twhros ff f i .-. *u
6osa Mochi B.A1rao 1Pl c lee r Domo -BS .gui., 117 came n strong, giving Wally ,Branch, cgs: to tirade ees,.tv. or,0t, y'k droped d 1t9e runners
10 L.ORneeded lift. One -rate a tracey doesn't ornia, last year. -s a ,85. 1 from-t-, fouHall...
4th Race "H" Native 6i ni.g. t aiso rSLa sRat. I 1 ler ill lnrn ke | ptbshe alKlplsg n TheSco eroo tcwur a w the 'r
Tursina .00 aoti 1 8i 75 V.0 Posollos 118st: 50 oind fast ofterthe weind fsrwKin er i.."closr." He dgt, ,







Purse: 27 Pool closes 1 Diez de Mayo F. Ramos 120 into the north and although the l s. t traUaan ranSe o ake
1 Kaian t G. Sanchez 0 3 a i1174S ay M OTO RCYnLe Bentoip ayehe lN con- arieDeoky dSt .
Syo Plata 11th Rac N tire 'egs. d tiniled to K rse the tIiem ae h a2g s ba e n.wTh elJ han.a ad h .n 1 Fgeatt wthwo '
o aBnfaio of WaOte 10 Plurse:J2.5.n0 Poolnefo1lsa xixt bKeaieeD wonh y'lminnuteYe b 1//n4 miebe ostacle dirt track bmarhes. Kramr 10. 'In. t Rvr. n .
36 RaNe G" Wati e 17 1 aciGmlden Tip A Mena 120 e onds o the inal corrected opener, archoSuw-ed h',f.





S i -l 3 Don Arcelio R. Gomes 110 "La Cisne" came third, while h at in 6 vcGeor i 1 oy terr
5th Race "C Iported 6. Fgs 4 Ba aeickeo A. Vasquez 108 dic Marsall's Luck Ladye n r. R O-..- ge ora e t o
d Pnaeabend l.ea the ysy West os CO kocneen mt adaehe and cle c e' laWaf. t ->'.is :Jeu,~ i.*
3 Ratihin Light H. Reyes 117x0 p Datcardaea. ilo112 e r1roas tons f o"i" Boston on Mo '
4 Mingo E. Dario 103 e r nd i e er t(6 miles past Arraijan) e' anu J Tesay. oThey wtllln meeo "" in .... *tfampoa ri't.lg'
5 Newminster J. Bravo 117 av 18 s tt i. A the iturl.matchs oth od endb at,..1
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"th Race "' Imported Fgs. thEVERcY SUND Y Sdlaksthe tio tentu .mn' e s in- lb
h tPuracsti Pq e0o Poolo 5 o a t wdtollmoalSe 5Meal3:35 IRhe mantism:t 5.n and. Kidng ey Trouble i, Tineg trai-lsstrtatAb
Purste: S275A.0Polcloses:-1:2 0P1rDse:dMaoFols120adthBotointoathe.northcandaalThoughfthe like.-arooie." tralnFr11Isloed behind gwv.a ezel ftti J... ,









ONE T2irasJ s.io1 h iaeyou ase oeewng run-down.f Get -p l oratory ol los Angeles, tIoensaybea av,, In J1a. i2S1onl t'T 1
1 Nehuinc G. Sanchez 110 Night, or D uffer froBkachetrong is now hel in thousands to revntalize



- 3 Cradle Song J. Reyes 114 loudy urine, Burning Passages. Rhu- kidney action In these 3 positive way: .. Ae c Matty '
Baby Roi O. Chants 120 1er" o s DIzinend fe 1 ach and p t lood. onm. d 1 Sick
5 Pla D. D'Andrea 120 hefor your tme kidney trouble may germs In the urinary ls'tem. Soothe, s' "ao the, r( t1l. he Coaching v ongtt, acSki
6 Carteao F. Ramos 120 e the cause and calms Irritated tiuea. n Buther Metehod ist n
STMonoEtole A.Men'a 120 or9 vA wn dethinkvs worr olr- ono re t eadg PLENTY OF REE PARKING er rea ^ by tte ren 1gatog
8 Interlude B. Aguirroe'112 lur kidneys o that thR.y function one o fferant krm akach r, Gettlng .Ch Rd R auSEW. w C h.
3pDonly ceiote Rm.eed 110 to "La Ctsne"dcame third while ri"Y6-4thcations havecg b a. d,









5th Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs. ea alth And Vasu8r r t.Mamshls L Lre- dytdce cr t, e..
Purse: 36500.00 Pool closes: 4:05 Revitalize Your K 1dn* 9w Get cystex frhm our druggist today Aaigned becauseA it was top . i
Sead ,Race of the Doubles fa3 fat tebrp mann an e w u put ( Admission: $0.75 -- Children 80.25 work coaches a tnam a il t
1 Scotch Chuin O. Chanis 1105 2',er dee bao 1th ot8normthWstitteatesbothb th g
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PAVERO ----------...... R. Gil 96'

CHERIBERIBIN ..........A. V6squez 112

RATHLIN LIGHT ...... H. Reyes 117x


MINGO ---------------.......... E. Dario 103


5. NEWMINSTER ------...... J. Bravo ]17


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WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 (UP) report at a closed hearing next
Sen. Russell B. Long gave the Tuesday.
Senate Armed Services Commit- Morse has served notice he
tee a "startling" top-secret re- would feel free to discuss the
-port on waste at overseas mill- report once the committee had ..
trya bases today and the corn- examined it. -o,
mittee ro ptly summoned Gen. Long nd Morse formerly were "L the pfeW f know the truth an & .U ry A *
Omar N. Bradley to "comment." members of the Armed Services '-- 11 7-*rb
S Long reported to the commit- Committee but were dropped on TWENTT-EIQJITB TEA. PANAMA, R. P., YUMAR Y l, T 13 I
tee behind closed doors on a the reshuffle when the Repub-
survey of overseas bases he licans took over control of Con-
ade last year with Sen. Wayne gress.vaged Hd S
L. Morse (Ind-Ore.) I Saltonstall recalled that the
Long said before the session committee had held up about
that he and Morse "had ides $140,000,000 worth of military
about how a lot of money could construction overseas pending
be saved." its examination of the Long-
While Long agreed with Sen. Morse report. He said the com-
"no scandals" were involved, head for about $2,000,000 of that
informed sources described the work.
report as a highly critical docu- However, construction work /4 I ,T *I
ment charging widespread waste on about 60 domestic military
and extravagance in overseas projects still is frozen. THE HAGUE, Netherlands, bably will have to tell Dulles itm, The Netherlands ald I.u-ti
base construction and main- Feb. 6 (UP) -flood-rav,-that a definite ede on the .
tenance. 1 ed Netherlands was prepared to Netherlands defense contribution tw lndioated that D
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) tell the United States today th t is impossible until the full cot e dW tt e e nuede to i
told newsmen after the commit- despite the greatest disaster of this disaster has been totted uta. i t-. a -
tee meeting that Long had sub- its modern history it hopes still up. s ty o heat
mitted a A"constructive" report Atd ,,os0rograpr to contribute Its fu l share to- The same also, holds true for tli Unit d St It to
and that some of it was "pret- wards western defense. dollar aid which the Netherland* icperto c ly wi the ,W
t startling in showing exces- N US. Secretary o State John recently announced it w pte- teles
e extravagance." urt to r Foster Dulle and Secur- pared to forego as a result of s Imuer believes he can
,Chairman Leverett Saltonsta photographer chuckled to- Ity Adinistrator Hrld E a- greatly improved econon p thWest parlikwH*lt
(R-Mass.) refused to discuss the day over a trick played on him sen arrived h tO n the latttei m i
LongMorse report. He said the Prince Charles fiveyear-old stretch of their nile-day fact- But that antionaeemeit. wm and4 eata .ol 4
committee voted to keep it secret hetoeBri ne finding tourof wtern Europe. made before the flediles raed ct
hat all copies would be The photographer,assigned to They arrived at *S;ldphol air- tens of thousands ofacre and come at
locked up for the time being at take a picture of the Prince for port and drove at once to The rendered tens of thousandd i t supreme WeIt e c 't
lockeeast.reproduction on new stamps for Hague for conferences with Hollanders homeless. tWOW court.:
He announced however, that New Z.aland, said the child in-Netherlands over ent hefs. However, the Dutch govern- Adenauer said Dulles told him n
Bradley, chairman of the Joint slsted on changing places with The Dutch, aeeerdinl to In- meant was expected In any event--
Bhefsof s tatf, had been asked him formed sources here. w uld tell to urge that the United States hel
d s and comment on the As he looked through the Dunes they still he to ffill place more "off-shore purchase
focusing screen, he told the their defense pledge and plan orders with Netherlands w
photographer: "You're upside to ratify the six-nation Europ- and lower U.S. tzwal barriers to" J on
dr. l.. E | mlos-ATA e down ?" ean Army treaty as Aoon. as imports from Europe.
e rThe photographer explained -possibl#. In the aftepnon ulle/ es pdl
and Charles returned to his The ratification bill already Stassen will plunge- to.
Stchair. has beer submitted to the sNeth- first formal conifto h with
The photographer then looked erlands parliament and.. is ex- rier Willna Dree a Foreign
into the screen and saw the pected to come up for debate be- Minister, Johan WV. n.
eavePay Dprince's iage right side up. fo e the end,of the month eyewil be thlr hot
.- o swa KBonnie Prince Charlie was However the Dutch igovern- at th e
trying to stand on 'his head so mnt is well aware that the Dos and ds
6 (P the picture would come out floods are a major disaster for to leave for Br'ue i
T ASHINGTO t oafbe an- right. the nation's economy and it pro- Dulles anon a aboy t

permitting 53 employes to collect -a kA .' Hael e oht W t i ma L d l aue-'
Cog in annual leave payments i t the United Statethts g.
erAdenaur tod rrters hewil
%nd then get back on the federal L enwtoe r tle dp
Theacton was a follow-up to L v d N w Mrch or. thtenIg of
"a Oimil-ed In New York- April."
congressional charges that .m- eash.a ep i
|lions of dollars" have been paid e n i Duieu and oe -nfrre
but to federal worker who were o most ob6yesterday a-terNandw
Acting Rent Stabilizer William MOSC W, Feb. 6 (UP)-The harn bothlived in NewYo er German leaders.
G. Barr served suspension notic- official oviet Communist news- during that period.) Dulleq spread the mme m
S s on John J. Madigan, deputy paper Pravda announced today The Pravda r rt w a con- in Bonl as bh did inC a
director for administration, and that three big-time foreign es- taonedo In a' page article and Londonboau& neceagty
Linda Matteo director of person- pionage agents had been ar- o the neceasity for revolutiol.- for EudOl uiP0.._.
nel rested by Soviet state security arl kflnce. .. e a of me a
He said he will issue the neces- forces. dN, from e
sary orders as his "first act of Pravda said the ".apese" had W fled the eity when Pe U
duty" when he takes over as been operating since 19. cauot embealin a large a- acts in lway. to
thief of the agency Monday. Pravds identified them as: mot f otinet two ears a
The rent office was one of the 1) S. D. Ourevlchi, ,Who lived ter, he was arested h-i t Army treaty.
: Iencies listed by Sen. John J. in the United States from 1914 hand over information to for- Inforedsour said Duule B
Williams (R-Del.) in a Senate to 1917 and returned to Russia eign intelligence. told the Get~nmls:
S w speech Wednesday as having after thq revolution and after 1) 11 the alx-natgon army trea-
made use of the "highly cues- becoming' friendly with Tl'otsky- .Rvminos managed to O tp1 not ratified before the
enable" fire-and-rehire device, Ites in the U.. In several ties due o hmt a
Sen. Josephfirenn(deto the 23, US. military midflo
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-carelessness and blindness Of aid to wetrn aurop
.?, .Wis.) 'has announced his Senate Pravda said Gurevich formal- Soviet citizens, Includns a wo taindy be ct great ui
I investigating sIbcommittee Wl ly renounced Trotakyism in man friend, Nina. Popbna, who grew..
look into the matter to see how 1939, but that was just double- got a job for him' as instructor 2) There 1* no em
widespread th practice was. dealing and he remained an in a. regional Soviet. the Europe an
Federal workers are not per- underground Trotakyite. It said 3) T. A. Sasi, who during the from the
S mitted to take annual leave in he Joined a foreign intelligence deserted the railroad ad- nebe ft
,ash unless they arei dischged group in 1939 and supplied It mhinixtration and fled to Oer.- 3) The
S Under the law, which was information for many years. mainy, where he worked for the pletely unfeasible the
S hanged last year, thy had to The paper said ouvich also eta n Nurnberg, betraying of- a natiorial--er n-
'j, r, t] oome or all of he leave recruited other agents from a- patriotic Russian prisoners. ticlpatlg. as a ful-l
Onef If they returned to work. among his friends, "poltally Pravda sad the Americans NATO.
But a loop ole termittedthem and morally unstable personn" recruited him after the war, 4) There is no enth rtfrom i
keep the money i they re- These included a woman, E. trained him specially and sent the U.S. fr an defense over i
ed in a temporary tatu A. Taratuta, employee 'of an ins- him back to the Soviet Union, that does Mtie the
aited a month or s to re titute connected with the Aca- where he engaged in sabotage G6 1 tm.W
I U_ me permanent standing. demy of Sciences, who supplied at trlvoy Rog, a large Ukrain- their .obclae e t ht-
S Williams said this loophole, data on the activity of Soviet lan metallurgical ceter. Pravdaoimpo o Uw
tow closed, made possible an scientists and stole several sec- said Bast also hired other spies. other. e
unJustfft a b I e raid" on the ret documents. "Security organs ha'e un- priced s suc a y
Treasury. Pravda said Gurevldh grew masked and rendered harmless authoaiz la.n*dA lvie
.. Barr said the .53 rent office up in a family of Trotskyites this scoundrel," the'paper said. German ,hntr 1ne .
orkbrs collected their leave pay- and Bundists and became peaking at a pt plr sd i
*ents in June. 1950. A spokes- friendly with Trotskyites dur-t enee, Adenau ea. T. ae
man said a "large proportion" of ing his 1914-17 stay In the U- 3,000 Draftees made It eleit
t em are still on the payroll. united States. (Trotsky and Buk. might show "a
A ________W_ anted In April __ tw._ Wte
WASHINGTON eb. 8 (UP)- lo).
The Defense Department today "It was nota threat to
ordered the draft of 53 000 aner sa4. ""l-t as __
young men for the Army in ry
.The Navv. Marine Corps and roim S hutOu $ d
Air Force do not plan to take on oi
ianv draftees in April. sign
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