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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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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: AA00010883:01501
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ficiols rounded up six youths today in cbenehJ
the bombing of the Soviet legation last might i
the minister's wife and two legation employes were
jured.
Plainclothes police were posted outsia e a1 fw n.
diplomatic establishments, including th Americn
bossy and consulat*, to guaMd oglast sy possible
Communist "retafiption."
The attack wasNthe worst of the outi-Soviet inciA -
in the growing wae, f reaction Mi purges of
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fect on already rinwd relations it uia.
A full offii apology and ressonof regret
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Bucharest said. At parliament in Jerue
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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OTHE MAIL BOX
SThe Maoil Box Is on open forum too readers of The lPanom Am
Letters are received grotefullv end ore handled ti wholly co
Ir manner. -
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it 40e't appear
Wt day. Letters ore published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one paP lgifth.
Identity of letter writers is held on strictest e meseeo.
This newspaper assumes~ en responsibility for weftents as opini
I ieseed in letters from readers

BOQUETE BUGLE
San Antonio, Texas.
Dejr Doc Tapia:
Glad to know that you are "filling in" on my old Boqu
Butgle, and from the Jan. 7th article you are doing a good job.
I want to thank you and invite you to our "Fat btock Sho
beginning Feb. 20 and lasting 10 days. Exhibits from all over t
American continent as well as a few from overseas. You will
th< world's finest and will get a chance to peddle some bull you
Prices will be high. For example, a Texas rancher has p(
$6,000 for a half interest in a bull, so if you want sole owners
yo-4 will need a boodle.
You will find me listed in the phone book for I am living wi
FrgR R. Curry, who happened to marry my daughter at old El
pire some 41 years ago. The phone is L-3-b58~ and a highly:
bu$TUns right by us 20 hours a day on an average of 15 minul
l he show Is held in the Bexar County Coloseum 3rd largi
in the US, With parking room in tne enclosure for 7,000 cars o0
side room on both sides of the grounds for double that numb
Regular 13-hours service to the gate. Meals, soft drinks and be
on: the grounds at reasonable rates.
You might bring Tomas Guaraia with you, so he could go ov
QUt system of road-building. Concrete- roads are a thing of t
past here. Gravel and crushed rock to top the roadbed and th
topped with ground rock and asphalt with crude hot oil. It cos
less and outlasts concrete andcran be put down in much less tim
Be looking for you. Hear froih me again after the fair.
Sincerely,


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Pi op" Wright
ARKANSAS BOY WANTS STAMPS
SBalboa, Canal Zone
5t4:
j Recently I corresponded with a Mr. Atkinson who Is a lawy
In *Fayetteville, Arkansas, and the enclosed letter Is moat like
fr4m his son. Will you please publish It .in your Mail Box column
S--erhaps someone in his age group will be interested. *
Sincerely,
ic E. N. Burton
Dear Mr. Burton:
If you yourself are not a stamp collector, could you plea
eter me to one or more. I am interested in trading with some
*an f I or Canal Zone stamps. I do not collect foreign, other tha
M jaal Zone. I would be interested in hearing from you as soc
*A -possible. Thank you for your help.
Yours truly,
John Atkinson
410 North Wr lnut St.
Fayetteville, Ark.
: ~S. I am 13 and in the 8th grade at Fayetteville High
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propaganda into the hold of
ships which were to be un-
loaded by Communist l g-
shoremen th Prance and Italy
--at the very moment the
were under orders to dump
our arms into the sea.
But, mind you, a man had
to be hired to direct this work
on the waterfront.
How much did you contrib.
ute to this project from your
special fund, Joe?
What this "anti-Commun.
is"t eloak really over up Is
thAE the collaboration with
the mob's men Inside the
Longshoremen's U nio n. It
coven collaboration with an-
other political force the
corrupt city .machblnes which
have protpete this crowd.
That a what is at the base
of the syndicate's nationwide
"System." Brother Joe Ryan
once tipped his hand during
public speech. He was then al-
so president of the New Ydrk
AFL Central Trades and Labor
Council when he got off this
beaut:
"The Central TrdM and
Labor Council Is Tammany
Hall first and labor after-
wards."
Certainly the AL ; council


the Tamsters, Dave Db
of the Ladles Garment f
- ers, Bill- McFetrde Atof
Building Service Union
Maurice Hutcheson of the
penters must now give
every support.
Or he es face & a
tional labor chief nla t
six months of his f I
as AnL present
has unde-- tA- dab i ,n
over a decade.
me must get N ao


Interwoven wlth S
the machine uumm
longshoremen il No* X
For years they've .a
Influence in the
enforcement asm
any combination I
For years It has bM- |
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e mposmur ta th eMM
and public prmmu r
labor leader pIs M,
anti-labor.
And the Disetr at
agd ceoUc ommI
evey b W city imuat
Ing under their w
'mmovr the myth tat
Of a rooked labor
ast-labor action.


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Who needs these bums to
help us fight, the Commiea?
Who needs these buddiep of
the mobs to taint the cruatede
against Communism as they
have stained the labor cru-
sade?
er, The un-social set can no
Snfmore cloak Itself in respecta-
bllity by counting itself in and
the screaming against the Com-
mies, than the anti-soc I a I
Stalinists can by shouting for
civil liberties.
Every time one of the big
ions money labor boys ges. On
the hook he annOa m ohe
did it for Western 'lMcivtla
tion. Yet we've never lean
any of them in any of our
very real battles with A
brand of labor leader a'
ete been cloaking the d1ggm
he's stuck in te till wit
': this kind of talk for yeas
he As far back as July lW.
ee a dollar-grabbing labor e
ur- by name of Joe Papi, w-
ruled the $400,0001
aid em food markets Unj Tam.
aip sters Union Presidemnt Iv
Beck' jerked him t we
th ago, got on a Congresion
m- witness stand. And he actual.
nd ly said:
n "We supported a ticket that
te was made up of hoodlums,
est because the opposing ticket wi
a- Con munist.
t- "The hoodlums were elect
er. ed. They are not around now."
eer Wanna bet?
If they are not around, wh
were all those hardy looking
he fellows who kept the perishc
at able food merchantsain Itn e
sts and silenced many a com.a
e. planning rank-and-file team.
ster Who got kicked in the
teeth and less mentionable
parts for complaining about
being pushed around by busi-
ness agents?
And what was their cut of
the $300,000 in gifts, loans,
union f1K'"s anti "good will"
er payments from Just one com-
ly pany?
an Every time the heat is on,
the boys run for the red
flag. When Tony Anastasio,
hiring bos on U. 8i. Steel
docks, found pressure OB him
se too- much, he organized an wi
e- "anti-Communist education- hj
an al" club. Then the ILA chief th
>n himself,. Joe Ryan, anneuMe- t
ed that the money he got so
was for a secret anti-Com- O0
munist "fund."
Where was the anti-Com-
munist "fund" when we tried an
to get official union coopers- th
tlon from the International
Longshoremen's Assn. to help
us stuff anti-Conauxlse" -
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-.MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Feb. 10
(UP) The American Federa-
tion of Labor aid today wages
must keep pace with the in-
cream 1I productivity In order
to keep the demand In line
with production.
The AFL said the failure of
a to keep up with produc-
t Is a "serious threat to
the American workers and their
families." The AFL said from
1949 trough 1952, productivity
had Increased 13.2 per cent and
"real" factory wages were up
only seven per cent.
"If the demand for Industrial
products arising from workers'
bying power is to be adequate
to maintain maximum employ-
ment, wage increases must keep
pace..." the organization warn-
ed.
AFL President George Meany
said that If the country did not
0ave the money to buy what
produced "we will be right


Me a '2%nin 1953 there were evi-
m: denies of hesitation in our eco.
nomy, and signs that a gap
w t developing between prq-
p dang power and purchasing
he. power," It added.
itds "In 194P w m were lag-
w W... Workers' Incomes were
hi o eq e and they borrowed
r against the future to buy auto-
S mobiles, appliances, furniture...
- Lifting of controls on consumer
credit resulted In the most rapid
SlaInstallment buying ever
AFL said wage. income is
She foundation of post-defense
Masperity and stability.
S stallment Dellsqueney
S0on., v. Va (UP) Ju-
Court Judae J. J. Scherer.


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q ardno ,ra c Rcelectrd ulled licht is the Nrw York to
: idclnt 01ot ()OP Puii luln. .3,623 millc.
*'At tOL-KIolIdCI-, meeting St,:dic. by Pan American's
:. !c %i\ ti.da, Hic. F do Al.J L v.al mitcoIolcicLical experts showed,
S reicrlectd Arep.lIenti (i .oninpania Dre'.iiline \\esterlv -.let stream".
P.-nii :,. d, A. I'-..'i ICOPAi. v 1nd. of hii2h altitude blow along'
P Carl, 1 .Ji ii,.imeod wc- tio TLoklo-Honolulu route during
, Diesic Iii Robertoi HI. int (iatte. v'.nlei iuntlis at average speeds
secre e ,.. I ic.Ienei -len'al Lreas- cf 70 to 80 inmo at flight levels
S 4ICL t r 11 Doiou tiusife o01 aiotrnd 23.000 feet
St'OPA i a doinestic a hlinm A nerie. of nonstop flights ovei
th i lot during late December
4F'. V imat'rtruiker- Ride aiii Januarv showed the sched-
'.-'ico, **e Strepani" .ule practical as a normal opera-
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Sll it. nton orld i., no., being The nonstop light takes 1II
S* fowv in the Paeific by Pan hovrs for the route instead of 181
t'Ecrican Ain'rwys Stratocruisers, via Wake. with the Stratocrulsers
the comp'nv said today. by tak- averaging 355 miles per hour.
-fiT advantage of -jet stream" -
it is the 3.900-mile stretch
'" mFor Tokyo to Honolulu. Prior to*
recent tests the Tokyo-Honolulu
fights stopped at Wake Island
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U1TH MILLET Says....

T he couple actually needs this
S "Wfking wile's income and yet
she blames her job for her hus-'
afnd's dissatisfaction with their
lives.
A e writes: "Even though I
w0'k a 40-hour week in an office
because we really need the mo-
ney, my husband is unreasonable
apoungh to expect our home to be'
ASWell-run as the homes of our
friends where the wife does
nothing but keep house.
e also thinks we should be


Io entertain as often aa u-ot
P4 do."
dnhave been able to sell
AWftthe idea of a wife's hold-'
* g down a job to increase the
Rmilv income. But they haven't
yet persauded men that a work-
Ing wife shouldn't be expected to:
S pete with a stay-at-home
in such things as perfect
I keeping and entertaining. i
'Urat then can the working
nkdo to keep her husband from
Critical of her as a home-
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CONFUSED SAP-
spring is not even
corner, Rudolph Curi
trees are giving pie


SHOULD ADMIT SHE The Fremont, N. H.,
SULASSISTANC SHE gotten three quarts
a" ASMSISTANC ^far and if the unu,
" _a it bet Is to lay the cards weather stays, he ex
fon the'.ble and show him that
" ashe will have to have some kind -
q & help at home. If hiring help
l Ieat of the question, then he
will have to help her with home
duties If their home is to be az Woo ds
-?fq run as though she were a
I he s4 to assume
: WU. respoTl lty around the
the he has no kik co- *
if things don't run as
S f l.y as he likes. |
4 one one word of cau-
Ttbeorking wife. Don't
F ake thi mistake of blaming A"
your lob because you are not do- ._ I20 0spdes re
ing things you could manage to
aet done. Let it, excuse you from rI 0mO t
what you actually can't do, but
not for poor management or lack M ity "rets wibl J
of interest in your home. You'll
have to be scrupulously honest
with yourself to make that dis-
tinction. but make It you must.
Some wives choose to work be,
,cause they hate housekeeping.1
And you must be sure that you 7th AV.
aren't one of them. For usin. a atSOltst. !IlW
job as an excuse to duck a wife's e StiS A1 .1
homemaking responsibilities is;i
one of the biggest mistakes a w'-511, .-*s.on Sq
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S.S. "HEREDIA" '.................................Feb. 17
S.S. "C. G. THULIN" ............................ Feb. 21
A STEAMER ...................................Feb. 24


t'aMenger Sallinp to
New Orleans via Tela Honduras
S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ...............................Feb. 24
S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ................................March 10

*eekl tauln up' twelve Pamfteas i Ot Ne tork M1ebU
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FE.LEPHONES:


CRISTOBAL $123 PANAMA 2t-2M COLON A


the Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 184M

Royal Mall Lines Ltd.
AST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA

TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "iFLAMENCO* .....o.. ....... ........ .....Feb. 15th
M.V. "SAMANCO" ............................. Feb. 17th
M.V. "SALINAS* ................. ........March 3rd


TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, HAVANA,
NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA AND LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) ...Feb. 19th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
'4.V, "SANTANDER" ..........................March Is
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTI/HOUt.AD AMERICA LINI
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M'.K. "DONGEDYK" ..... ....:,. ...... Feb. 25th
S.S. "DURANGO" ................... ....,....March 6th
TO UK/CONTINENT
S LOCH AVON" ...........................Feb. th
-."LOCH RYAN" ....................... March lst
V. DALERDYK" ..*,..,,*...... ...........March 4th


All Sailing 8Subject to C(hanae Without Notice
PACIFICC STEAM NAVIGATION CO.. Cristobal rel. 1eU4/.
POR IN PANAMA-Ave. Peru *55. Tel. 3-125l7s
FORD CO INC. (BALBOA-Teram Bldg Tel .-1N5


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sehamkngl damed at Hialeah Park. but It didn't stop
trein booming from behind atop Spy Ring o plop down
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aD a Berlin suburb who
b the establishment of a
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dWest many wept on trial
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6l"lat. court today charged with
MMg and being Western
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of t, small Mast German com-
Umiw of Xle)n-Machrov which
borders th6 American sector, a
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Plans Anniversary
Program Sunday
The Jamaican Provide t and
Benevolent Society will celebrate
Its 2th avnW a .d vft
to begin at 3 p.m.
The service wil Siclude a ser-
mon by Ellis Fawcett, principal
of the Red Tank 9ehol aSd an-
thers by the Jubtlee e hoqt:
Other Itmeu on aunda'a pro-
gram will be: reading of the an-
nual report b ;the ecttary., re-
ceptio not n*w ca _dldates,
aDeeches by representatives of
other organizations, songs, elo-
cutionary items and refresh-
ments.
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COCKTANM r ABOARD "ANDREA DORIA"
The Itallas Line was host for an elaborate eecktail party
given a '.. e "Andrea Dori" sinasglficen$ cruiase pW p
which wars I lt 'during the wee end on its maiden boyage,
irom New YotiLto Caribbean port.
Over three hundred prominent Panamanians and officials
of the Republie and Canal Zone had an opportunity to view
the ship at the party which was given Sunday from 5:00 to
7:00 pn.
Among the prominent pas- as J. Butler, Sr., Mrs. Thomas
sengers aboard wno also at- J. Butler, Sr., Mrs. Lena Reidy,
ienuea tne party were: Mrs. Mrs. Julia Leignadler, Mrs. Co-
Alberto 'arcaiam, wife of Lae ion Arcia, Mrs. Charles Whi-
itallan AmpaedMa r o t ne taker, Mrs. Antaro Pabon, Mrs.
united States Mrs. Vincent Braulio de Pozo Diaz, Mrs.
inipeilittern, wife of the Mayor Melba Ramirez, Mrs. Agustine
o0x he ubiy of .ew Yorg, Juige Cedeno, Mrs. Eduardo Castillo,
r.ugene Allesanidton, Head of Mrs. Isabel Bell, Mrs. George
,uc urder or oulns of avty in Mercier, Mrs. Robert Richard-
America, Pennesyvania Ulnapter, son, Mrs. Enrlque Cowes, M r s.
mr. Laanton Walzer, syncicat- Jorge PaUflo, Mrs. Alexis Villa
ated newspaper columuis, sr. dnao, Mrs. Isaac Osorlo, Mrs.
dna hrs. iiugelo Aepet. vice- Neil iatgi, Mrs. hooert V on
president ofa ne itarana Lmes, Sr., Mrs. Marcel Belanger, Mrs.
1,,. ana Mrs. Melville P. 'er- Tress, Mrs. Clara Von Tress,
guson, editor of tme rmiauei- Oscar Van der Dies, Mrs. Gus-
Aiia Evening uUleUntl, Uount- tavo Vilarde A= o Vi-
ss Elisa noour L en akU, .age Ulalas, Mri s. Mrs.
a Mrs. aier na, Jse Laurenclp J8- au-"
o01 the Supreme Uourt of renclo J5 .g;. WS hEn-
ILuuEyAL, .A.ar. nearly A%':- der, M .h H L Mrs.
,,L Member of Ubtaz o 01 a- Canore M rmi4. MC M
.,onat ueog.apnic. Natt, M Catalin FB
rollowmin taie cocktail party triell Mrs .R errea,
auoard Lte snip, Uaptain rie- Mrs. W. W. Gould,.. Wil- a
A.o Laimatro, eAiWer Liea witn am Ha usel, Mrs. i qsle r-e
Sinner party aDoar the stup. venti, Mrs. Joaquin Fraftco,
. guests iieclue La e ti mb- Mrs. Terry Mltchel, MuI Bid-a
vice-presoent o tne Aepiuolc hey Ferro, Mrs. Jesse Byrd.
or 1-anama, Don Jose tuizaado Mrs A. R. Cm p bell, Mrs.
and Mrs. uzuizaao, Mr. and Mrs. Maude Huff, Mrs. Julio Do-
itepetl, and Mr. R. Pernigot- minguez, Mrs. Norris Lyons,
Li, manager or the Ltauan Ane Mrs. Jack Moore, Mrs. Carlos
in tiswoal, ana mrs. term- Mouynes, Mr;. Celestino Velas-
otthe Andre Dor co, Mrs. Harry Castro, Mr s.
The "Andrea Doris" sailed AurelioL V
yesterday ior uongstn en s, Mrs.Lopez, Mrs. Victor s
Lout Lu New York. Alfredo Nordstrom and Mrs.
Mrs. Alfaro Hatse. For Frank Zeimetz MiUses Vilma
sra ParBt a Basso, Carmen Qrimaldo, Thel-
ars. Party ma Herrera, Carmen Calonge,
Mrs. edo Alaro was hosRosario Lar, Florence Garcia
tess for a card party ana but-and Adelida Lopez, Mrs. A. A.
let supper given at her home Doyle Mrs. Mario Julio. Mrs.
in Coluf, Fxiday afternoon and Ruben Mrcla a uM Mh Glsocon-
etoy evenIng, on the occasion di Mato --s. -
of ner birtnuay anniversary.
Among the irlends who cele- Bon Voyage LBehem
brated wne event with the hos- Mrs. Stanley' Kid was hos-
te were: Mrs. Jose M a r I a tess for a lIncht bk given at
dnxale4 Mors. Angela de Es- heer home n. Crisatbal. Satur-
tenoz, Mrs. Juan Mufioz, Mrs. day, to honor Mrs. Helen Wro-
Julio Nino, Mrs. Osvaldo hel- ble and Mrs. Lee Carteau, of
brun. Mrs. Vicente Rosanta. Balboa.
Mrs. Cristobal Mufo, Mrs. The honorees sailed yester-
Haul Fernandes, Mrs. Belen day to make their home in the
Balazar, Mrs. Antonio Alberola, States.
Mrs. Antonio;. Reuter, Mrs.
James Salterlo, Mrs. M I to Slumber Party
Guardian, Mrs. Enique Torres, Miss Margaret Leigh was
Mrs. Julio Vial, Mrs. B. Gri- hostess for a slumber party
maldo, Mrs. Ernesto Estindz, given by her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Adelilda Lopes, Mrs. Juan Mrs. Rbbert Leigh at, their
Ventura, Mrs. Raquel Ricardo, home in Colon Friday night.
Mrs. James Ford, Mrs. Thom- The group attended the base-


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Auxiliary of the O.C .iptlVo
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the year will be t.m
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senior hostes, w a '
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


Lewis Service
No 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. ind

Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


Salon de Belieza Americano
No 55 West 12th Street


Carlton Drag Store
10.059 Mel6nder Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n


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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
2 Household Automobiles alm o *- d" kiss e Swim and relax at Santa Clara beach.
....-W-- --rite AlekeJlle AmemymVo. el For completely furnished houses
R SALE- 25-cycle wesiirg- FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2-dert1 2031 Ances. C. L call SHRAPNEL, Balboa 1389.
Shouqe Refrg erator. New n ,All tine Da Lnus, originel Sahara' cmltl fun.e-. .
Shouelin, $90. Can be seen fo. ,' A I ce, pod tirge easyl Eureka. S. A. Central Ave. No. 133. Williams' Santa Clar Beach cct-
Shose 5557-A, Dabo payments. Sm y Hunnicutt S. Just around the corner of "J" St.. toags. 2 bedrooms. refrigeration.
SA. 16th. SL Central Ave., Tel. announces our new Lamp Shade Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
R SALE:-i 3 pcr. livingrc.m su.re 8 00 Celn. I Service. We coa now make to order Except week-ends
wit slip covers. Leaving in wo R,- any kind of lamr shade or re-coverFO5TER'S Cottages. One rile beyond
weeos. Must sacrifice. Hoe -A- 'FOR SALE -1952 Buick Supeor Rol any kind one at low shadces. o FOSTERS Cottages. One mile beyond
dio. E-Z Eye VOr old one at lw rces. Santa Clara. Corrpletely furnished.
a. Lighthouse rood Got~n, phone'-etaDCaflow, redo. E-Z EyR....
S 5-52. 1C la,-. Call Clayton 7246 from 7- Alligator shoes for men and women Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
5LDubebd52et.e- 4 or mao be seen at 716-0 Saga made to order. Casa Fenix, 155 Bring your linens. Phone Dogmar's
1R S'ALE: Double bed co lete Cocol Cer.irni Avenue. Panoma. 2-0170.
$25,00. Call 3-3082, Panama or PHILLPS
houe 58, Cuba Avenue Apt 1. FOR SALE- 1950 Studebaker 2-deer PH S Ocenside Cottages. The
SALE.-Radio RCA table model Radioa end e ry tedL L Oceonview from all cottages. Steps

MR SALE:-Smoll wardrobe double Ave. Colon, Tel. 800. Sealed bids. .n triplicate, will be re- Box No. d435, Balboa.
bed, together or separotelt. both FOR SALE:- 1950 Mercury Club ceiied in the office of the En-
37. anoeer-in and onstuctinoDiec- romloh Santa Claim bech
Mahogany and modern. No Coupe. Perfect condition. Best of- gneerng and Constructuon Direc- Gramlch Santo Clara beach.
SEstudicnte street Apt 5. eephne tr. 417 Porto Bello St, Ancon. otr, Panama Canal Company., al- cottage. Electric lce boxes. gai
2-3058, Panama. boo Heights, Canal Zone, until stoves. moderate rates. Telephone
Go-o transperfetfi : 1941 Chevrlnte- 10.00 a. m, April 15, 1953, and 6-441 Gambos. 4-567 Pedro Me-
OR SALE:Easy washing mchn Flet M -de eden s then publcl, opened, for furnsh- gul.
r 60 cycle. Recently ovehoued payment. For soleo at inet y ,g all plant. labor, materials and k
works like new. $70.00. Cll Pan. Hunicutt S. A. S 16th St. C.n- equipment. except certain mater- FOR RENT
a om 3-1216. tral Ave. Colon TeL 00. __ als furnished bv ihe Panama Ca-
SALE:-One floor lamp, one WE PAY CASH for your used car and r al Compons. and performing all House
coffee table, one" lounge chair sell on terms at Agencias Cosmos. work for Construction of 66 Ma-
two occasional chairs. Cheap. 1451 Auto-Row 29, telephone 2-4721.1 sonry-Type Quarters Buildings, a FOR RENT:-Furnilshd three bed-
SOwens, Balboa Apt. B. Panama. Telephone Exchange Building, on room house, with swimming pool
S. .. Electrical Substaton. and all Uti- available, for two months, in Golf
R SALE:-9 cu. ft. Wesnghouse 1941 uik 2-dr Sedan, veryod lilies, Pavements and Appurtenon- Heights. Tel 3-3069.
terefrierator, $140.00. Set maho- transpeheelen, god radie, end ces at Cardenas, Canal Zone.FOR RNT- Until Apr 30, fur-
I gony end tables, $15.00, book- tires. Also with set cover. Easy Forms of proposals, specifications FOR RENTshed house, 3 bntil Aedroomsil 30, fur bath-
case $3.00, 22 Caol rifle and 2 payments. Fr sale at Smeet y and full particulars may be ob- rsed hTuel 3, b20 rom 8 bt 1
lips, $20.00. 212-B, Pedro M- Hunnicult S. 16t St. Cntrl ned rom theoffc ofh Cn- rooms Tel. 3-206 from 8 to 12
gul Phone 4-506. Ave. Clen, Tel. 800. _tract and Inspection Div.son, om 2 to 5.
r Posi n Offered FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet Club Room 336. Bqlboa Heights Tele-I FOR RENT
n O ered Coupe, radio Exceptional, $650- phone 2-3739 or 2-2698. Sp-
gh. s English speaking. Pan- 00. Room 320. Hotel Tioli. Bol- ficataons and drawings will be is- Apartm
Aagh-ass Engliss h speaking Pan- boo 2111. sued on a deposit of $40 00 per ApaRtMenti
am an, North American or Eu- set. Deposit will be forfeited if ALHAMRA APARTMENTS
ropean salesman wanted. Room FOR SALE:-Ie.utiful 1950 Pentiec specificatins and drawings are not two and five room turnished ana
602 International Hotel. Station wagon, beautiful shape and returned within 40 calendar days unfurnished apartments; private n-
Ixcilehnt position available for ex- runningg C 4" eis. Easy payment after opening of bids closed gerdins. 8061. 10th Street,
perbenced private secretary MuSt et Smot v Hunnicutt S. A. 16th Nw Cristobl. Tlhone Cn
pekilled private secretard Mt ng St. l Av. C e l.. Cen. l. 00. FOR SALE:-Bell & Howell 7C.DL Nw Crtobl. ele C
bekilled in shorthand and .ng. movie Camera less than one year 1386.
: Knowledge of Spanish preferable FOR SALE:-Fer immediate delivery old. perfect condition, with comb,- FOR RENT:-Completely furnished
i.slthough Spanish dictation rot es- CmnIl Z.e direct price, one 1953 nal;on case 5250. Regular price 2 bedroom opoatmeAt aor two
eycontiol. Apply P. 0. Box 555 or Packard Clipper Do Luse Club $365. rour lenses new, complete months. Very codl. CUall -323.
STelephone 2-4913. Seden. Color two tone Yosemite $500 or will sell all lenses or Ca- FR R T
mim-- -l i.e nd Cerelina Cream, stend- mera separately. Box 1289 An- FOR RENT -Furnshd apartment.
Hel W ante d transmit, radio. heater. con or 2070-C. Curundu. Call Ponao 2-3238, during
SHelp Wntd Call the manager Agencies Pn- --------working hours.
'tANTED: Experienced English amercano. S. A.. Tel. 2-0825. FOR RENT:-Smoll apartment, fur-
e .2 0. fOR E neni ps, cr o shed. nice place, far tw months.
speaking maid fr general house BARGAIN: 1952 Clrvea eet Stylinl si etched. A onfuno sh fconi shed nice placeforph two m -on
work and cre for 2 children ages De Lue 4-deer Sed. Two te bargain. Colle Estudante No. 75 fronFeb.20.Callphone2-5226
4 nd 5. M t lve har i end Eld en. Apt. 2. Telephone 2-5159, Pan- FOR R NT
i required. Apply in person after Piwer--lida. radio., 5-seed tir". ama. aFON
.6,00 p. m. House 786-C, Tover- hardly used. For sale at Seat y
jniH. St., Balboa, C. Z. Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central al*d bids, in triplicate, will be re- RO
SAve. Cole. Tel. 800. Cived in the office of the En-
LO FOUND FOR SALE. Tl. rTmn- M1A H ginering and Construction Direc- FOR RENT:-Smoll furnished room
1 L O SALE. 52 H lman Minx. for, anaoma Canal Company, Bal- with bath and meals to gentleman
5 CST:-Ckdula on Central Avenue. lust like new, duty, free. Colon boo Heights, Canal Zone, until only) Ave. Justo Arosemena No.
.2No. 8-6111. please return to Mtors Inc., 10th. St. Colon. Tel. 10"40 a. m, February 24. 1953, 57.
,Cyril Haynes, 17th Street. lot 79, -492J and then publicly opened, for fur- FOR RENT-- Furnishe rooam wi
4: Rio Abojo. Practically new. 1952 Buick Special nshing all plant. tools, equipment, meas to one or two genllemorm
4-dae Sedan. two-tane mist labor, services, and materials lx- (only. Ave. Justo Arosemena No
W ANTED gray and shi ogrey. Dysflw. cept certain materials furnished 57, corner 34th Street.
Bee loeeutiful shape. Fee sale at Smeinet by the Governmenti, and for per-
S MisBellaneous y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central forming all work for Pavement FOR RENT -Nicely furnished room r
---Avenue. Colon. Tel. 00. Widening and Alterations of a wirh meals In Cahtgr for 1 o 0
.$ANTED: Experienced presser. --------------- ---- Portion of Thatcher Highway in 2 persons. Call 2-T Wor 3-1789. h
; Do not apply without references. the Canal Zone. Forms of propo-
Tel. Ft. Kobbe 2191. FOR SALE- 1950 Poniac-door sales. specifications. and full par-FOR SALE
SStalon wagon, duty paid. Colon ticulars may be obtained from the
S PERSONALS s Inc., 10th. St. Colon. Tel office of the Contract and Inspec- Miellgan.ou
L 492-J tion Division, Room 336. Balboa|
vExperienced nurse-maid wants em- 1949 Buick Super Cenvertible, with Heights (Telephones 2-3739 or Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re- M
ployment. Call 2-3283, Balboa. I Dynalew, radio, seat covers, new 2-26981. Specifications and draw- ce.%ed in the office of the Engin- 0
%IOItGE D. BARB, JR., H. E.-Hu- top. good tires. Easy payments. lngs will be issued on a deposit of ering and Construction Director, t
man Engineering Corrective Struc- Fer .sle at your local dealer Smee $20.00 per set. Deposit will be Fanoma Canal Company, Balboa a
tural Adjustment. 75 Call. E~tu- y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Conecal forfeited if specifications and Heights, Canal Zone, until 10;00
dionte. Telephone 2-5159 8 A. Ave. Colon, Tel. 800. drawings are not returned within a.m. March 26. 1953, and then
Sapp m 40 calendar days after opening of publicly opened, tar furnishing all
M. to 8 P. M. By appointment. FOR SALE -1950 Chevrolet Tudor bids. plant, tools, equipment, labor, ser-
F AFleetline De Luxe 23,000 miles. vices, and materials (except cer- .
FOR SALE duy .P0, excellent condition 2FOR SALE -Airbone Cushman mo- ta materials to be furnished by. t
new tires, set covers. Can be taor scooter, 4 h p., 2 speed Irons- the Governmentl and for per- s
0 Boats & Motors financed $1.400.00. House 77-A mis.lon, good condition, $70.00. forming all work for construction
New Cr.stobal. Phone 3-2791. Aqparium,- 15 gallons, $17.00. of Buildngs and Appurtenances
R SALE :--One 5 12 H.P. Outboard 1 House 2181-B, Curundu or call for Rainbow City School at Rain-f
W Motor and Boot Trailer. S5000. FOR SALE:-1949 uick Super 2- 88-2282. William Greene. bow City, Canal Zone. orms of
1451 Owens. Balboa, Apt. B. dor Sedent. perfect coni- For of
with Dynemlow, sent evenM, rodie, FOR SALE:--Conway upright p;ano,I proposals, specifications, and full P
and gvod tires. Easy pymemt. $170.00. Perfect tone. radio Gen- Particulars may be obtained from r
Smont y Hpanicutt S. A. 14th. St. eral Electric, $25.00. Garden the office of the, Contract and' In., I
Central Ave. Colen. Tel. 800. fence. rake. House 5533-C, Da- section Division. Room 336, Bal- d
blo. Reasonable price, boa He.ghts ITelephone 2-3739p:
1 O MO RROW S FOR SALE -1950 Renault Sedan in- or 2-26981. Specifications and
excellent condition, new paint jobr. Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re- drawings will be issued on a de-
SPECIA duty paid. Con Motors Inc.. 10th ceived in the office of the Engin- pot of $3000 per set. Deposit
C AL St. Colon, Tit. 492.J. eering and Construction Director, will be forfeited if specifications C
-P1C46LLinSt.,Colon,. Panama Canal Company, Balboa and drawings are nct returned th
FOR SALE: 1946 Lincoln, radio. Heights, Canal Zone. until 10.00 within 40 calendar days after
overdrive. Coll 2-2404, Balboa. a. m., Februarv 24, 1953. and opening of bids. ays ft
r erU 1949 Buick Super 4-ler Sed,-n then publicly opened, for furnish- FOR SA ----.946 sh A ba
very goeed ceondilien. Dyflow. and ing all plant, tools, equipment, dor sedan -946 dr sh Abss7 -
Ssea coves, g od t ea sy. p. labor services, and materials, ex- r sedan, 2 dressers. 0774-G
I iments. For sale at m-,R y Hun- capt certain materials furnished WItamson Place. Phone 21533
i nicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. by the Government, and for per- -
IOt I / Coiel, Tel. to00. fOrming all work for tepaving andDUhIlr \ la
alterations of Margarita and Bo-I
C ion FOR SALE:- 947 Oldsmobl 8 toAvenues Itersctin; Front
te, al door Sedon-radio, new .at covers. and 1 1th. Streets ir' Crstaobal, Ca- P A
In good condition. Cristobol 3- nal Zone. Forms of popCostal, sor- d In P e A.
ael'* triai. 1813, anytime after 4:00 p. m. cifications, and full particulars m*-
at FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet De be obtained from the office of the .


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WANTED: MG Convertible.
Colon 446. daily.


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i- Room 336, Balboa Heights ITele- 'he "'eereats" last night
phone 2-3739 or 2-2698). Speci- bowled three gameF of T67. 44
fications and drawings will be Is- and 31 fe a total of Xs
sued on o deposit of $20.00 per 'j;b_,Wlththekr handicap of
A set. Deposit will be forfeited if IN.i UM 1 al t toft: of ,U1O
specifications and drawings are not .2S i *lea lt.
returned within 40 calendarcl doys ] TS1S l U- s n the
after oapenng of bids. W.,_. C f D,. i,
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was acean I as concluding: Sa aes famous tragedy
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Primed when You Bee t mle si
"Somewher In the WarM" With
5jKirk DouI P. rtls the novellsa
SL Y f ilm tag.... Fox dn.t. buy .
S- thing but the title of Drtl '
.. - Bt EKIN JOHNSON "How to Mary a M1illionatre"
. NlA Staff Correspdent the Betty Orable-Lauren
Marilyn Monroe remake of
Greeks Had a Word for It." The
9tad studio shelled out 750 for the
RO VOLLTYW Ex- sleal group to try for a *Inlngil Ben Gage startled the audience td ahe.ed out '70 for the (
l athe first career on his own In TV. bv chasln a model down the' __
'Ue lae nt" e h.sto a.a-- runway while Esther Williams ,,
w r Into the Charle Scott, once Yvonne de was narrating a Colef of Califor- Another "First"
St the Carlo's searing flame, will wed nia swimsuit fashion show at M-
r t extra-player Doris Burton. ami Beach. MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPI -Nat '
Jackle Barnst wn h has been "I have permission to chase D. William claims to have been
writing Jimmy uante'a songs There's more to Lester Cowan'a them," Ben finally quipped, "but the first Negro disc Joeker m II"
and material f s. w announcement that he will re- not to catch them." the south Williams is with ra
Ilav D tur a .,"i rddle make "Street Scene," with Ma- If you read the novel. 'Girl on I dio Station WDIA.
Cantor tol J bhas been r Murphy and Tom Morton
doing Durante a lons at than meets the eye. Cowan and
6M. for eaV b00eiM p.ezct- hatching up a whole series of
,to put his t proes- full-length "Street Scene" fea- I DAY ON
laonal use. tures, the first to be titled shows Start
Wear an a elabeate make- "Street Scene In Italy." The at .
up, Inel din e Du- flickers will vary in background,
rant. nose, n o I.. i e writ- with Rice collaborating with
oer wnlH sldo a nw b eefe playwrights of various countries
Bramelle. who .i and on the screenplays.
also appear B omenes. U-I Is searching for a Lucille
a a.Ball type to star in the Doris I
I've just seen Vino nt Price's Gilbert screenplay. "Miss Pri-
horror make-up. bp.) s madman vate Eye." When the studio first
role in "The oNo oa Wal" and bought the story. Lucy was not
I assure you it's ~matd grue- coni dered big box-office. Now
some ever put on s rn. In they can't afford the salary of
color and in three ddmeIni f, the gal that Deal loves.
Is," the ,a aII t which Price. I predict, will.sae mo lde-
TOe At e sad Jerry oers.not only out of their seat NO DATES, NO ROMANCE
L Dnl when an gut out of the theater, Gorgeous Phyllis Kirk is deny-
is. .._ the Detalof the maue- are top ing reports that she will succeed i
t muaol, aS S2 secret and I'm not to break Veronica Lake as the next Mrs.
the hush curtaia--l o will tell Andre de Toth.
you that Price is such a revoltin' "It's not true that we're having
creature that he's barred from a romance," she told me. "I've,
i U y lI" e aifes .4 cthe studio cafe. There's enough aey even had a date with him.
6 as d. ad be's taught me I a great deal.
n Gorgas ; Fu ners o w ,d T he first horror picture in de shouts me down when I need
Scjiree dimensions ws Warner to be shouted down. I'm terribly
To Be At Corozal tos. Ide and should make a embarrassed about the romance
o Bneal Ae r oeifortune, talk and I'm certain Andre is,
ducteo tomorrow at the r0o GALS
SChapel at over th body of Gwen O'Connor. Donald's bet- Ida Lupino and Collier Young ; e E Pr
on A ubreyt. Burke, who uedYearly ter half, is embarking on a nIt- have pulled out of RKO and will *
Sey, o s t n S ry and theater tour as a snZ e. procure their flickers indepen-
-Owhichhe ws admitted Her act has been written by gently from now on out. They'll
five days before. Burial will fol- Vid Holt and Bob Wells .... Vir- go back to films like "Not
le rdaysuginIlMayo's wearing asarong Wanted." ______be-_o___________ _._ _SipAi_ _tI__1__W__ A
ad low in the Corozal Cmtery. for ist I SluS
C. Mr. Burke, who retired from and it's the most lovely see- You don't get any denials from TOMORROW! OPENS THURSDAY!
h Panama Canal service after .4 scape in town. Dick Haymes,that he and wife, Drama of a Big City! Spectacular -In Technicolor!
ft, ww 66 year old. Hcamn Nora, are having domestic grief.
Of thoe Isthmus from his native Bd rbara Ford, director John "We have a problem." he con- James CAGNEY Leis HAYWARD
Jamaica In 1906 and first went to Ford's daughter. (she w qs once fided. "and we're trying to work Ann SHERIDAN. In Patricia MEDIINA, in 4 *
work for the Municipal En id. Wed to the late Robert Walker) it out. We're goinR to try-and I
hO eata.. Division. Since his Mire- is retiring as a LiMA editor to be It's a difficult thing-to be adult "CITY FOR CONQUEST" "CAPTAIN PIRATE"
to mot five pears ago he ve In housewife. HerI husband, Ken about everything. Heaven knows NEW PRINT) See the attack of Portobelo
go Juan zDia. Cliras, wb6's one of the Sos of rm in love with Nora. I'm not See the attack of Portobelo
IsHe Ia survived by his children, the Pioneers, is leaving the ma- really interested in anything else, with Jeffrey LYNN by the English Pirate.I
Mrs. Lurline Harvey. Mrs. Myr- I Just want us to straighten this
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Supreme Court Of U.S.A. Don Morton Duel To Red Sox For Vern Stephens

CINCINNATI, Feb. 10 (UP). The fight over the legality of n MoU nd 0 iu. V
baseball's reserve clause may reach the Supreme Court as the re-.
' suit of a hearing in Cincinnati yesterday. c-- b Dm. .' '
Two men charge in separate suits that the clause which binds Tonight's game between theT Fe .
a player to one club deprives players of operating in a free mar- baseball teams from BHS 5will "I I D IO "I UIUII ms e. ., *
: ket. feature the pitching of two fine da hv
thThe suits were dismissed in U.S. District Court last year when young hurlers. For the C.. c. W in Wa 'int ri Titlein
the Court decided it did not have jurisdiction in the matter. Yes- team It will be Freddy AlUM SA"i f-- .s-
terday's hearings were before the U. S. District Court of Appeals of basketball fame. For the e 12i -In e "T
Son the matter of jurisdiction, dogs it will be Don Morton, ace p
,, Former Brooklyn farm player Walter Kowalski and owner- righthander of the mound stoff O
manager Jack Corbett of the El Paso baseball club contend, con- Pre-game ceremonies will PAtIaf Fb. 10 (UP) uu of the fans hardly no- St*Pbh '
trarv to a Supreme Court ruling of 25 years ago, that baseball is start at 6:45 and the game Itself Pery BaSs tt of Phladel(P lTO the referee hoisting Baa e S .- ,
S, a commercial venture and involved n Interstate commerce be- will get underway at 7 p.m.' In won the "interim featherw V a's hand in victory. They still sured,
cause of broadcasting and telecasting of games. Thus, say the spite of the fact that they were champeonshipyesterday be ore won screaming at Famechon to WS 110
plaintiffs, baseball is subject to anti-trust laws. slightly mauled by the CHS team a turn-away crowd of more than "w up." battaag
; The defense-including Minor and Major League officials and last Friday the Green Devils 20,000 in Paris. never expected to get him and one ra. ,
the Cincinnati baseball club--contends the old Supreme Court from College have plans to give The 23-year-old American was so tlckly," Bassett said. "We'd ".me ul- ,t
, ,-rut*hi remains aplicle, the Btlldoga the surprise of given a technical knockout planned! It would happen in the estere would hapn In t ',r. i
The Appeals Court has taken the cases under advisement, their lives, when his opponent European seventh or eight, but I wasn't a .
^- ------- J. C. has always been a hard Featherweight Champ Ray Fa re counting rounds Just fields In tha W .
team for the high schoolers to mechon of Pance faUed to wa to see when I could hit at first d a .
SA.J P I beat and this time should not answer the Nil for the fourth him beut." kfle InjUry h
A me 0C 8 (U prove an exception. The Bull- round. Balntt mined a clean Ii AndRo.S Te h n OffIe fln .wa
Am ed Forces Little LeagJU e dogs rate the edge, all right, but knockout by one second. The The Philadelphia puncher I ame t h fetime Maor a to atfo Itd a tie
S- - taking past games between the American floored Fahnechon sayc Pamecbon "butted' him In Le"b *mark- wit the S t. 1 'n
Itwo schools as examples It with a flurry of right and left the second and says: "That's to-r. es ATnd, terI Boy
;< FORT KOBBE -- Slugging nap and luck in the third and doesn't take one long to figure Jabs. but the bell sounded end- when I really got mad and went v1 -4 45 the 1 ye ld
their way to 13 runs In the first LUUrnLI witn neither team cum- that the Collegians are a long Ing the third round just as the after him." night in
inning. The Fort Clayton-Coro- jia across Wne pate ailnougn way from being out of It. re eree reached the count of Famechon was on the verge runs in 15lb ith 24 and once0 tswere.
:,l Little Leaguers handily beat U.,,boean twice acvancea men In 1952 for example, the J. C. "nine." of tear tIn his droning room eh
Fort Kobbe 16 to 7 at Kobbe's Lo tmLru. nine knocked off the high riding The Frenchman's handlers His wife kissed him and said: runs bi M clt
Quin Field yesterday. io Ine fifth Barbler's first Bulldogs In the opening game tried hard to revive him between "As long as you're all right and with 100.iht b der c
Scattering eight hits in five ernor landeu a man on second 8-5. In 1951 they did it to the rounds, but at the bell for not dead. what's happened s nder for night .1
'Innings, Vincent Vasil. pitcher 1 tihe person oi Vallerjera tune of 10-2 and later on that the fourth Famechon still not Important." who d t .rmor h the ree :
for Clayton-Corozal was in full waile rraiLx robinson coiectea posedly superior ball club 2-0. was groggy and unable to con- hdheerdaye111
Command at all times. His team- t,-e run oaLtea in. r'isher, witn Back in 1950 the College boys tinue. Saddler says he regards Bas. am pth d and lost 10.he
mates gave him full support by .mmie 8mcer on second, trieo administered another double One of the spectators at sett us a "legitimate hainger." aem n wio ct 0 .
p wounding out 14 solid hits and LU maie another itBi but nis beating to the high schoolers, France's first world title fight In Bassett had more troublto get- K-nne a io w ap- Next the
playing heads up baseball, nal nS aIy ao mniru was oaggeo this time 2-0 and 7-6. 17 years was Sandy Saddler ting into the fight than et did teared i and had half of dt Tta '
In the first inning. 20 men oy vo4uman ,reaerson. Balboa High is currently rid- the regular featherweight cham- winning it. Because of the turn- a 2-and- at. Brown won tw secondd hAlf will and
carried the game to the home *est. Dank g Lflear one and ing In third place In the red hot pion who now is serving with the away crowd, French police game Aniost three. the foloi Th,
team as the; rapped out nine oniy run in ne last o01 the Pacific Twilight League andt has U.S. Army In Germany. Bassett thinking he was a gate-crasher The Cads Indians als r1aryI I, TM '" ,
b" 'hits and 13 runs to dampen ..Ai ", & en iongeway reacn- some of the leading batters with will wear the interim crown un- at first refused to let him fign~uld bto a baseball TUesday, e i
game. Capitalizing on a home aejraa neaa wmn arove in In the abbreviated Interachol- a X.a, t, .
th side with no more difficulty. n at 3-1 against them, can't afford to drop ltle Wynn and Mike i
run took over the mound chores aame challenging CrLeague tobal's long do- Team W L the Powes club w In excel- onefielder Dob an d
for Fort Kobbe and shackled the ill naton of the diamond sport, Mottas 8 1 .889 lent form in aDlowlagu but three basen Bl Av ila
Clayton-Corozl, l team. Although eat out toeel It is ust as important or wells 5 4 .5 hits while e rustrikin out ten Oil- t's w*s a tough situation,g" Ng. 44 t w i
S pithe a allowed 3 rowuns to score, his and the score s them to earn a Bulldog victory. Coco Solo 3 5 .37 ers. The hit o rench were sayOur rol b un Club
Sfine pitching held them to few a Police Pals 2 4 3 all singles and came off the figures to be half a million dol. T St V, 4 ,. .an1teap "
aghits. The infielders started play- . . Margarita 2 6 .250 bats of Tom Cunnlngham, Larry wlgrs or .re" -letri I'o ; = . i
S he side wi th no more difficulty. nat Pacific c Divisional to- a]d Do Br 1ba.
The line score: At-is oneTe btan li aguei bas I etallF to three hits thurlery of og1 yn.ln e. ut
l ero usl Strom--ThTeSmndingdfneldSoftball Learue baby andisocond TOM aRyan

b) 'he Caribbean C o m m a n d Summit TotCristobas TullysPolong do- Tea cem W L Pand Joae the Powell s auclub was in excel- r
o leadersht of CDR R. Bushackled they. Amador 1619 4712 Tion of the tdiamondi sport to a 0 t s 1e game. lent fpeormin owing but three b i
USN he allowed home to victory Brat o Brook 1 ry. Coco Solo 3 5 .375 ers. The hits of French were ays Ortrg.t Our ayroL Gun Club 4
fiMonday afternoon to beat Bob Fort Davis 1233 374 Tolice Pals 2 4 ms all singles and came off the play with neither team t e to be half a million dol
hits. The West Bank Leaers by Summit Hl 1238 3525 ArmyQM 4 1 .800 to put acro the w 6 .250 bat of Tom Cunningham, Larry
on sharpballe mond of the West Panas D r aa's trongr and D Inter-Club Ideal Brad 4 2 .r Ba aer o the al ne of
Bank team. Jimmie Fisher of team continues to dominate this Army Ordnance 4 2 .67 Pals and eth th fl a In th tho
the Comir and was credited year's annual matches with an Iorshelm Electricals 5 3 .625 Braves were each in exeellent ore by in t . ---
ith the win or going all other top performance Sunday Naval station 4 3 .71 rm, hurling brilnl n t wells 1 J. )
the wa while Geore Barbler at Summth Hills. Army Trans. 4 .4 clutchesiting gmen the base n scoring 100 1 .
t Bnk ws chalked wth y Ordnance 3 .400 After Rein h walked aPal n the rench and HAithcock. B.n bit RY "
rhe competitors and now sport an Cos Tom olllly's Police Pals and t Johnnr dy. for the Powel ls. m- uchM
pl ysaainst hb lin tohe ith overwhelming lead in the 5-club P. O. Motor Trans. 2 8 .250 three Pals n ordered Little Ifnthdepa sCubsa"
I sblltoh rt lin m to etch battle for team honors. Terry Smith W as batting britllIant one- oait h erl o 1 o M
the Command's runner but he Fort D avi s 123 34di nP of the day with two bte haocks a defeated the
pitched things up in the last ao a s for tthe Braves while nk Brave Th sy afternoon by Tol Mrtl
cil ome DRRBu ,Brazes Brook by a good margin Wednesday: Ideal Bread vs. Leaves led hs1e the Pls Withthe a!oe of e to 1. .g '


bank the Command s icredi y ektto take a marh hwId a- orshelm OElectricals Army 5 M two hit6 wn there tries. oary fhurer f the..
On ith n the w l fr gan alRbert o therbetp Va- h pa e rfn o rmc53Jance Sl nda N a S o 4'orm, h r g n by1 ieee
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Seejeragand Jarreismached the ompetaking the sharpshooting C. L. O. n, Com. Tom Collins6 while striing out firten Rudolph Prince as
lo hnevera had e 5-clubP.hM the leaders. Central Labor Office moved Braves 000 000 --0 i notthln Mts fourth .
oll est fits ot gn m over Geore Drnggens of Amador into first placed with Army Pal t 000 0 -0 og the s aont get on th
the Coe. d's r o er fired te low round of 0 to QM by scoring a decsve ith a ay hedc

I stBan k t e.im a Fo e lead the field Sunday but the victory over the fast-lippln kl. Baley and Palumbof. D r the Brava strik T i. t ae 1ap hapl sh
i n thedlast o thn e sixth with bo e st noont grabbers were Jack Commissary Tom Colllns frater- veswhile lasuing but e i tI eotty. t s
a double y, also of Amador, and onity. i Powells g10 Marer togarita S irmch came of f the bats of Jole Arsi te La Boct iB

In the top of the second, harley MacMurray, of Panama. Dispensing with formalities. Leslie "Bifl" Clarke's Powells White, Gary Maloy and Johnie School, Aleman-" DI
S ayin the tploa thes Lally rang up 108- points as he C. rmL. O r. whacked Ain the n itn thimetrd aes. O rs tlo c

O thare Cother and Robertook a-t overtak itthe st0 C6t r out fiften Rdolph Prince as
lead with Fishere an d Jim Jar- shot a neat round o 73 although first Inning or five oruns pick- oend place position by t the feldcinem ofth h tem who

ll hitting singles. Frank Rob lainwadownin 18th l- edup a lone tally n the sec- the Margrit Oilers 10 to was Ken it's one be the-
nson got on with a sacrifice on. Machad an even par 70 n ond,surged forthree markers Tuesday afternoon at the Mar- catch of a n drivehich will be awarded to
and Jarrell drove In RobinsonL No. 2 for 102 points. In the third, a'd pushed across garita L. L. stadium. Score by Innings: f tem sai d a s-i .
the fa n te. h T minm Dy sonfthe l.ea helfigeldSund abuthe vicP.C7tory vrteans. 2 p. 250g three Dulls..n orde Kri-hrle md t

S and Fisher came iln on a single runs in the fourth and Mottes 00s o te capin

fielder's choice which downed |ti*ac Trm,-.;W fifth '_ in Braves 001 7- .and the pitcher with the _
Tommy Pitman. Things went er0tlllo eofmmltOR runI olis camn w!lthIo Brewd a l. wi t. c. ra bd t tWhc cm o the bt o
nsTwinbl Toniht amsuriGav flan Abou Dt in the tgwte formthe victors Out OBf Filnt I lfa PW ite, ary aeroy a in c
In Ptheoan the I onnu MLk ny Wgo ht uimit ao n o d the decalon wlthe a t a ir h l OneM a rshaol nd- the La Ica ft
Sin rianama Lea gue to the ten-hitAerr, Tu l twhtntWst.Gay aiot wu "olou r of thee m .3 f.. I.


Sth her and ro uWlfred Mike fand Gilbert extra inng tie st t 'ae school trouAd on mthe .
lePANAMA PRO LEAGUE CHICAGO. Feb. 10 (UP) eup Thorne had a homer apiece. The M aore of K to 1 Fr ia e s urge a Perles n ewi


S Ino The Standings ifnola Athlet.ic Commisloner rtt0i ng stars were C. Greavef How They Stand at Margarita stadium. tnern to attend their praSene d rie .,c w ib
i eams W L Pet. Chairman Lfivngstone Osborne 2-3, Evans Clarke a-3, R. Hum- Tommy Crki nn gham aen .--on.
S FBombers la 13 .581 has issued a warning to Welter- phrey 2-4, R. Flemmiln 2-o4, Chevies o7 2 .2777 Jimmy Palmbo p hbarlt.
S ownies t a 17 14 .548 weight Champion od avilan. Army Trans ;l Naval Station 5 Olbraltar 0 2 .7e0 s ers of the il s and Pi wr '
luebirds 5 15 .500 Oslorne says Gavlan must AIrmy Transportation swide-.Balboa HD 5 4 .6 ain txc he ian Mr nd eOrtd 'th e .
eankees 11 9 .500 make the 147-pound weight limit swiped Naval Station and sped La Atracclon 4 5 .444 3 oodx ons rt from ther fld-f T
S.Wednesday noon for his title d- away with a 10-5 decision be- BrewerA 7 .300 4% ers. ve lte -h
: bTonignt s Games fense that night against Chuck hind the bIlliant four-hit hurl- Curundu 2 7 .222 R Don Hum was tS
W t r st ame: Davey or else lose the title inof A. Lee. hi- In tday w e i
Yankees vs. Bombers (6:00 p.m.C "If Gavllan weighs more than e actors crashed into D. Although thle race or top e Sthi le red
Ta hb Second Game: 147 pounds Wednesday," says Holness, the losing pitcher, for honors will be close, the B at t Ma.n dthe ndathei prtne
Bluebirds vs. Brownies Osborno, "the Illinois Athletic thirteen hit, scoring once in the red will no longer figure in it i ma in gam i "
Se h n n-- Commission will declare the first, three times In the second, as they did prior to last nlliht'o yaslKin5 re t di tr h -
onight all wur team in the welterweight title vacant. Howa once in the third and fourth, ame which the Brewers won wrte imr l" er e
SPanama Pro League will see ac- ever. Dave s will not take over nd four times in the fifth. Nao. -2. It BHS had won 5Its game E W
Stion as the league enter its the championship." val Station mustered a lone tal- they would hav had a chae os .
S l we ofl&B Thelrvue Osborne's statements came af- y in the first, rallied for two or first place, but nowe w Jul A

Sleading Bombersi meet the Yan- ter Gavilan went through an in the second, and signed off have no chance for aed'or cM HB .
kee n the first o two shed- uncheduled four-round work- wi th ne infathe orithu first placeun d27 25onu-mPb e w.. nasth Ie4 el' I.'lno
aockenbury ated to open on pers Ireported he was behaving L dhley cloutae d a h omer Dplce ohe Brewers a plced f tUIowiokh fo.


the mound Gaainst the Bombers trouble making the weight.nthe lein ithEer f n wi se
S u bir Bnson. Gavibrnls i lan Aodlers deny th rhose son. 3-4; Catrino. 2-3; J. N mareible balo. fin hPss
The second game will be be- reports. They say the Champ varro. 2-3: R. Roberts 2-3; ndi nts h did s thea l
4 een athe Bluebirds and the worked out yesterday so as not A. Lee, 2-3 score. They wol hav had1 ak c*

irownel. Tw e expected starting to dle ppobnt a crowd of almost in lastt Bh piist alidfoewo.r firs place bu
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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE place with beas ind Lnt
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Team Won Lest ede the iM iaUf waser
Bears 8 1
Firmen 7 1 The box score:
Bit 1414 4 5
AMIG 14 3 6 LINCOLN LEM
Police 2 6
Lincoln Life 2 7 An B I JO A
W. Engelke, ef 4 0 0 S 0
Laatz. lb 3 1 2 7 6
YBSTgRDArB RESULT Sanderr If a 0 .
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Rager, p I 0 0 8
Firemen vs. Police Pedeen, b L 0 21
... Kintner, rf 3 1 1 0 0
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Joting the Lifers last week paa ZenmLnn, rf 2" 0- 0
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-,.Chairman Alexander Wiley of Communist forces.
Stenat ForegnhoRelations Taft told reportersoafter aa APyNaof
? Iittee calld today foreta White House conference that the m
edup of arms shipments to since such an assault presum- truth
lUonalist China which he ably has been ruled out, he sees
nged are deplorably behind no advantage to United L nations TWENTYI-IGHTB TEAL PANAMA- R. P. T bUd, _e. 10,
edule bombing attacks on Red bases
boed es made the statement as in Manchuria. Dd
te Republicans and Demo- The Ohio senator said the t




Wes to cer the Kioanes House meeting, whichd wa Srn- thae U Ha Them I e e e An^i
tL stepped up their debate question of a naval blockade
or President Eisenhower's was not discussed at the White


,~ to csaid the Korean House meeting, which weas lit G s A tw tm- ar b or m-tas tm cr r o on ala S
SNmate. ted to legislative proposals. n Van t eT ea r s i
finate Republican leader Rob- But Taft said he considers
SA. m Taft warned last night a naval blockade of Red China
Md the danger of clamping at "desirable" if it "can be work-
IRa without Allied support. national complicated." w o- o rea ot r ew It. Van Fleet Tells 8th A rin
H ewever. Sen. Styles Bridges l He had warned e -lier that .d. .h. .i. ....... ..... ...
onlcy called for a block ade it isade open to .question" whe- t the s t H
Said he favored o allowing her a blockade should be at- SEOUL. Korea. Feb. 10 (Up)- with the units to whi h anp tached Dutch and French Fleet when he ded at
*bo ted Nations troops to enter tempted "in defiance of the Gn as ntere t ,te Va- Flee t was e msay nI far e- bat for th i et e aters iVt m andoer itrou. waj' a Di I.it
he-ld Manchuria and the British or other allies." Ing h is bitterest statemento- f utin le Van leept b a poehi enn o. ft year p com a rtl m id a
of atomic weapons to hurry Sen. Richard Russel (D- 2 months as field der wll In theclipped n of o forces In Korea Van I a statement to t




iNO e e br pl0 I sad however. aet tt o an rea, ecedt th a et m iihe s bt thyetaad Phil e hst order o f d orEt
end to the Korean war. a e fr th mFleet und that he had been Korean people V Fleet id
aft said yesterday that Pres-government should press vigor- the United Nations rad th the "Goodbye" he told the t awarded the orde It "hurts me o leave my wrk





blent Eisenhower's new Korean ously" for a United Nations Communis t field arm defeated Marine Division. "God bless ou, the Netherlands, "Knight in the Uflafnd r f
k a ioad unter but a nr are 5 e1i e.c batnegoda ootng.te andelor elanbher o f r o finok i l
ampolicy apparently does not blockade. In 1951. and good hootng y on e-Grand order of Qa ng, NasUa NOr edO bewhew axc terta inas
I mudce an all-out frontal at- Asked whether he favored oa o a farewell mt de to xtob." Kiltopn d p Saes o.th Black tUk eace and
Sm .blockade by the United States S. troops of the th w aimy, the Visiting the U. 8. 2nd Divisionnf. Watch regent_ h lc t r VanI
Resources We areone, he said such action would retiring four st ar g ena I said .. aosnu pnlute ado ede Tanhd for youreloedma$" tiA
ie leas ort have "much more support" if two months after e arrived I l st
S t ant undertaken by the U.N inthspr "you O ki e rts
Sen. Everett M. Dirksen (R- had them askinT for an aEs.- now r o U- k
STo Ie T said h establish- mistice because they were de- I
Smento d of a blockade and did feared and they knw it."
not specify a U. N. action. Van Fleet underined"defelt-P e r e Pr eO o
a d nland R-Calf.) of the Senate personally-wrItten ", l e.sh e assure On Supply Centers Wo OfDope m u
tnnd Cairmnt Walla m F. Koth- med mand "theyKr ne it ien hin
e ereh a nd Ga policy committee wants The message was In the Pao-0-i. m -nto a(UP)e.
the United States to "go it a- strongest language Van Fleet Ienroob.Le ore Frn.s
l):I" a uone" on a blockade if neces- has, used sinre umn h rOUL, Korea, Feb. 10 (UP)- NavyMsefro mt nareiot-s
.'p.c o mmUand I nKo a nit ihted Ution Warplanes carriersty -fOrrkny ad osa
".. LONDrN. Feb. 10 Ued C -i r KonrKcalled thebincreasede cto nrfl otered o at smashed t the oenmdRtd and Phtlilip &R nTdd ed hhaleilif n dollars worth ,
Seoulted in advance if Prs- air war in Korea and the new thes te of the st 20 without leti l e n and cen ters .. ef Co ina a
a Eisenhower decides to m-s Formosa role for the U. S. th m onths and the thousands of tod ad 000 sn tr
blockade on istFleet "two steps" In the Eisen- N. casualties. of bombssmn-milesnamo of O eribrder (P) r L
"But the years are passing anddte e m a h d Theea MM-desroyedegatd the raid Un
wia. But official sources be- hower administration' s new Far liv es are spassing adtea ear er i Theavy newYoroea
da blockade unlikely. Eastern policy e are still being followingupWithralliea duce Ond ges
Foreinoe spokesa n Easterplicy.eday." he said. battlefront poeit nsadotherbaldIngs, three t brrackofDr ne
SForeign Office spokesman "Next in line," he said,' "weea n o rte s nte t el aNd ier. r P int N years.
ade the statement as author- may reasonably expect ome- soldiers we ranm uonly doOnelt w ,tr Inoa. 4#41.
11a a e sources warned that "the t esona e e o our duty and obey orders. But en American Superfort- land his a forced to crasi
d oadthingb to be done in regard to we have faith that President rnses arom Okn tk prt ,, b eNw h N
It might well be a que n strion ofe a blockade of China" Eisenhower w fillfnd the wa_ ah e n hi
Way or peace."Tatoebrin In an atetckonueab y seai wr H....e- .' --i
bonnfaafasttai thurwatw ennetrn-Owan,rescuedb helicopter from N
nThe source said: "We are con- Douglas MacArthur was ramov- as to the rest of the wqrld."ut&key railway hub 25nmiles "friendly island."m e r h Vi Ses
lident, at least for the time ed by former President Truman A source close to Van& Fleet suthheast of Sinuru on the Light now lllnacrossther hat
being, that President Esenhow- ar East commander the he p w Because of a cloud cover, the uol actns were e. O
does not want to extend his general had a three-point pro- fr in the ttement, which he Buperforts aimed their ,00- thdeEItI m re..r Ad,.t Se -s t .."
test moves to blockade of gram bombing of Manchur- sonalla prepared. The oure p u do mbs by-mdt r .oAll"
hina." anbases. material aid to hinte n Fleet would have pound bombs by radar. Allin
Authoritative sources listed Chiang Kai-shek's troops so some critical things to say later tons of bombs on the target d,
five reasons against the block- they could raid the China coast, about the conduct of the Korean arom. ts on t hed. ba t
1 a) It i not likely to bring the Taft said he has favored all "He has some other things Despite the nearness of the Ai t hat
kirean war to an end but prob- three from the start. to say," the source said, "and target to the a Red air bas kg tk .
aIly would extend It. sub But, he said, the Communists he wiW& say them when he-e- at Antun na, no Corn- d ot
stantiallvRed China's w a r trenched to be overrun by a Van Fleet, 60. leaves his corn- meet the Supesor os. o
p tmntial. frontal attack and this makes mand tomorrow. He will return Returning plfot said anti-air- yg .zn
It would increase consider- bombing raids on Manchuria to the United States for retire- craft fire was lUhtzi mode?-
the danger'of incidents be- useless. ment._ re." Red searchlihts made '
en merchant ships and also Britain and other members Van Fleetwillberelievedto- futileattempts toRspot the bi
lietween naval units. of the United Nations are morrow by his successor, Lt. Gen. bombers for ground o us. pot.the
4), It might upset Far Eastern staunchly opposed to a block- Maxwell Taylor, the new 8th Clouds today grounAed SabrU l y i
liations which hitherto have ade. Army commander. In their search for Red Migs- Dli eer h he
baked Western policies in Ko- The British maintain it would Van Fleet was expected to ar- Jet fighters, but Thunderjet.; vum f
yea but might feel differently wreck their colony at Hong rive in Tokyo later in the day Shooting Stars. Meteors and WE I .U
'?heir trade with Red China Kong and kill their vital trade and to fly from there to Hono- Mustangs plastered Red bunk- I-
SIt might endanger Hong The fighting general wound along the front. gnt. emf
a not only in utscapacityRep a three-day tour of the entire The fighter-bombers co4cen-
u-I trading center, but as an battle zone with a vLisit to the treated along the eastern sector ONG KO ,-b ( -
in portant Western lstenind U. S. Marines. Taylor accom- and near Kaeon, home of the eON ON O,. 1(
n tho t and as a Hunt For Bomber panied him to get acquiinted Communist armistce delegation. Clnese Commuldat
whina. lndpw towad Missing 9 Days ... .dP -,lan,.
E~Ptian Plane ,lALIFAX, N. S., Feb. 10 (UP) WPI' early today, press rels. ft~flh lnter
The Royal Canadian Airsaid.
Crashes Near Suez Force resumed a search today Theit orporte 3 app y *f Out d eta
CA.TO, Egypt. Feb. 10-(UP) board, after suspending the op--t"
A s 4u~ p tian m ilitary p a n e ration tw o d ay s b ecau se of ,~ ~ 1 In w erea b u t ..k u -(TD ro ......details.of--th.. ..s
auhe-d-between Suez and El- vicious weather. : '. : -*cident were"not -n9wa.. eo"'-
U today, kil rg 32 of the 35 The crews of 27 aircraft were ."ew8pa ff5 lepb shr of The P a.a. .
personnel aboard, re- briefed at dawn and reAoue ...e.aguerrilla raPda&or,
e sources reported. spokesmen said they would be that t e ati srt .
The plane was reported cir- over the search area by noon. -b," Redstr-ngth'.
sIerh" nine days. .. hove b n N mU- ,, "
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