The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01503
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01503
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"ASHINGTON, Feb. 1(tJ(UP)-Two Se .te c"I
tees day called on-ien. James-A. Van F to
his ideas for cracking the Korean mifitaqr d dloe;
nqw Upited Nations offensive.
The Senate Armed Services and Foren S-
Committees summoned the retiring 8k ArlMVsA I
in what shaped .up as the biggest s- Me
vivr investigation since the 1951 jfint Gen. I
km MtacArthur's dismissel.
Van Fleet feced questioning,. hi statement
the 8th Army with its present M nr d n .te
capable of mounting a major off b that could I
the present military deadlock alo th 155-mile
i.g front.
AgaipMt this view, senators w e Wa vWMH
G de,. Omar N. Bradley, cir th joint
-stff, that an end-the-war offem e in Korea
Tire a vast step-*p ,n Ameriqe mobldization,a
le undertaken onty at the cost of heavy casuila
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courage the ln
Sor;in capltaIL in Latta
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Smi here lima won
r port delegations tf
Snama, Urugay. Peru and
in the meeting of the
American Economic aMt
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ordinary selona of a003
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to attract such invaII&
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Bee, at last. where the plight of the Canal seamen
a good hearing. I am positive that your contrib
C, means well: like every one else, he is looking
n to a ticklish problem. but in his haste to help
4 his passion to run away with his thoughts.
Oan not recall complaining of the long working h
,al seamen, however. I do recall complaining of th
hours without any compensation. Let's not conf
i suggestion, as I see it, means a lot of money-

Sor probably to quote Mr. J. M. Dodges policy sMtate
lyve reduction of government personnel."
t's face it with proper directives and sufficient I
Ih-is Any master could bring his ship up the channel
roach of the locks where the plot and his Canal
ter being stationed there could easily lock it through.
for the following shin. Of course, thti will cut the
in half or less. It will. most certainly, eliminate st
ae. travel time. and above all. transit time.
If I am not mistaken he has solved one of the green
the greatest, problems confronting the Panama Ca
I am positive it is much cheaper to the shipping con
uU8 the Canal seamen than it is'to use the ships' dec
i ee, the ships' crew have a better supported, not f* m
better organized union than the local raters.
Please, Sir, in your reply do not sling any mud.
l.Thnking you for the space again, Sir, I am,
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want to be one of the many to congratulate A. Boat
Hi ul artclea concerning deckhand and their stand-b
an impartial investigation of their working
certain thera plenty room for improvement
Masfter:fi his "Jesus Book" and you are
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50 Shor short 24 Walk in water Roman
7 Lamprey 25 Candid 41 State
57 Sainte (ab.) 0a
VIPropeCALed 26 oot lever 42Tube

w ith a long 27Quiet 4Preen
Dstick prt oward the 44
3 Despotic rules!
4 Happen again 19 Tribe emblem 38 Brookly
5 Above 23 Quiveringd Lonle
6 Short Jacket 24 Walk in water40 Romanj
7 Lamprey 25 Candid 41 States
I Propelled 20 Foot lever 42 Tube
with a long 27 Quiet 43 Present
stick 28 Toward the 44 Nsilhea
9 Love god sheltered side 48 Chilled
10 Landed 29 Mexican soin 47 Give f
11 Spreads to dry 31 Basement 48 Sand I
17 Connects 33 Spigot 50 Card g

'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attr
a following
Of prospects mighty fir
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them quickly
On the dotted line!

Your classified ad will
trct parwadeof goodP
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3451 MAnION AVE. NEW YORK. 4171 N Y.
114M IH ADVANCE ---- 5 160" 6W"ALComunist's N M
NIIN M AO NC $ 1OVA 70 $ .
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WE-WEAR-N-so--------- 200_-- WASHINOTCLN, (NEA) The
IS TOUR FORUM THU RIADIRS AWN COLUMN most impossible job In the wmd
is to make a Russian Comrmnn
ist change his mind.
R A This simple fact of t
what underlies much "o at11i
Criticism of the U. 8. tnattaM*
The M ail is n open forum for readers T. The Pnam.. Ame- tonal information p
Atfen am received gratefully and are handled I wholly 6 Ofi- of America and Its relate proas
manor. paganda services.
vnu contribute a letter don't be impatient if it does apperthe d ervces.
boy. Letters ore published mI the order received Presadent Ba we ,. t l"
Plaem try to keep the letters limited t one age length. State-of-the-Union ro aa o
HietiT o> lef.e writers is held in strictest confidence. Congress, expresed the need
i newspopaper assumes ne responsibility for 0stoments as opinion more effective action in
ied in letters from readers field. Even before the
o was delivered, the Presidnt
Balboa, C! Z. der William H. Jackson,.W '-is-
commend something dipreat
want to congratulate A. Boat on his timely comment of in psychological cold'VWm t
,nal Seamen's stand-by time. I am personally acquainted Dureti of toti Johua
khis official, who is trying in his humble way to release Secretary of StatelJ w
(oor creatures from bondage I should say peonage. misunderstood by i e
wever, I think we should investigate thd man, who with more aggressive ovod y 3 0.
ogatory statements and underhanded un-American low- more aggrsamve ovn W -
tricks has given more than 85% of the Canal Seamen a mation program.
record with unnecessary letters on their file. On top of this, a Senat cor-
imor has it that his main prop will be leaving soon. I mittee headed by J.
t what will become of his false empire when the main Fuibright of Arkansw a
leaves" report saying that Intematgma1
-I1. M. Kute. Information Adminl triation
should be drastically overhaul-
1OW TO SAVE MONEY. CUT sTAFF AND PUT THE ed. It Is amateurlas w4 over-
SHIPS THROUGH FASTER belligerent, say the Mmators.
The Mail Box Secretary Dulles implissthat it
mnama American isn't belligerent enough.


is going Everybody thus onas ea
utor, E. the program t anyone
ig for a saying speciflesay Wbq it
he has should be different dr Ietter.
What al the critilis seems
ours of to prove Is that ta Jb-
eir long which Is to make the' l l as
'use the change their minds aMd their
policies-s Impossible to be-
-to the gin with.
ment "a The people who work at it *.
though, keep on trying and
Instruc- seem to enjoy their work.
to the
seamen Dr. Wilson Compton, former
and re- Washington 8tate Colege pres- Cy -ll edr ,
e pilot's dent who heads IIA recently
tand-by came back from a trip around
the world to inspect his far-
atest, if flung, multi-million-dollar en- **- -
nal Co. terprlse.
Dr. Compton has also filed WASHINOTON.-7-h the Ia o I mortgapd
panie a report with Congress showing my future to buy a G0 MMl-A Ford ol ar
k crewL what HA has done. This Cdetme delivered In Chicamo, anda -M
mention, snappy Job it w, to. I
nen ton, Since 1948, U. 8. Information Only thing Wrn with Itwe.dr 01 t c m-
Service has spent $242 milhim mon, old wire wheels.. Pr potil' vwqd oa
on o erations and 6s i the road had 'em and thpr w tr e dimt keew e-
oat. for construction mostly for l. r n bu
radio stations. The a ulr bl h I(v en built Ip o
Today USIS has 194 m tis mtaloni' bt h e
in 85 foreign countries. It -
t on his ploys 3000 in the U-S, and of N
by time. overeaa of whom 00 are fr.
condi- eigners, mostly natives of the
nt. Just the U 8. trie to reach 9
on the with It propaganda. on
ord. The Russians are suoed tle cheated, but s thea
to be spending the eq aiveat 'em, I f t about my r
of $1. billion a year on for- Until .tol that s, .
eign propaganda, a coopar- I 'hs 1 n
>uzlle ed to less than $1- fllluon knaw .' for the UI. 8. They run 1ON eq th c1 m _d
Jamming operaUons to pre. Most dealeN I hate
vent the Volce of Amerlea diacrim-natltig motertas ho
from penetrating the Iron mate at extra cost -std of phimy
SCurtain, snap on the hnubs. aa ta te .
This last fact may give some These a
Medication that the Russians who prev e inp r
have some respect for U. 8. Anotlhr u of a w Wil cost -
propaganda, even if Americans you 0m per s and businem,. undsTtmd. ba
don't. But there are other evid- excellent. )
ences of this. If you wamt genuine wie that actually crick i
hold p ,er and do away pth o farh- StW 1
Charles P. Arnot, former Unit- tlonable altogether, youwV Woo. wheeh
n is on ed Prea war correspondent in per set. thindd
- the Pacific and Europe whou
roads now heads the press and pub- -
lications branch of the hIA pro-
gram, also recently returned "i
tly from an inspection t around
ad the world. He brought back ev-
eral stories 'of what" Cown"
north munists think of American over. --
hill easnformation work..

of the USJ building wrekin thIt
It and. killing a rdsd art0WAN
In Bagdad the 01 ..mt
was sacked and burned. = *ay
in T'lpoli and Lebanmu have The
been stoned several times. flm "
In Montevideo, Uruguay, there ye ed-t .
was a Commie-led riot when 10 sel) g"
boys were hired to distribute ea it's
4- copies of two anti-soviet a*7MY
esetls. In Thailand the Com.rn ys
Imu ts try to, buy' up tasvg wMe
journalists to prevent them e,
from using USIS news report". "C-aN ,

has a priantinag andia'
t en plant for all V takM5 o r
publeates, the CoulSes Syorr
spend Ie times what tie A.
maleans do for prepagaads, Tu.46Ps*Jds
asys Arnot. I tcbr
Nevertheless, with.a $10 mr- ..
-- lion budget for this year, the T.M
U. 8. is publishing 34 magazInes ain,
... and 17 newspapers abroad. .
distributes over a
acts p raphs a year t
publications. It spread
lt lea sand posters a-
nal round the world.
igns is placing three MMillion
of an outline Of Amgd*
can history in foreign sebols
This-plus the 194 informa.

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pretty her atory in ne apers
ho ws d for s lug-bafundto
i%-lIaw, build oer a Xw1 hb-mnot just
todaM any b 6 *rm house"
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A bla. red van brought her
hoauehdid furnhinhag to the
new house today, Dt not muah
was needed Generous firms had
donated modeMnst o furniture.
appllaWce and special ppara-
tus foi her we.
There w a ,hydrotMer
tankfor earpa to her
win k the muse of her .be,

Woodruff Funeral
Set For Tomorrow
At St. Mary's
Fuea evcsfrBryN

Whie IFuneral servicesg.fbr Hary E.
MMY Wodruff. retired Canal employee
who died 'ue -day at 0on0m
S Hopital, behe at 9 aM.
tomorrow momrnie at St. Mary's
Church in Balboa. Burial at Co-
1er rosal Cemetery will follow the
m church services.

dra A rosary service will be held
the at the Gorga Hospital Chapel
he between 8 and 9ton t.
r4 IMembers of the family hae
h asked that no flowers e sent
Wa ..Mr. Woodrufft tired In 1 43
O"B .after 15 years service with the
Canal organization. He was a
chief towboat engteer at the
UM te of his retltement but had
vew, %revio a for several
years wlt the Canal Zone pV-
Belh survivedby e N wife, who
RP teaches at the ort Kobbe school
ime' son. Mablan, a member f |
Sthe Canal Zene Polie force and
., oAe o=te m, two daughters,
two ura ntn and two aof-
O te ew lde in the Ul4td

and a built-In television Methat MO
she e see wad eakel ftam a =
her iron lu.ag.
The telspboa = sapuny! f-
stalled a ispeIt tisp Bse% ;or
her sid there 'W et an later--
comunication oastem so she ean I
talk to aymone la the house.
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Bromfield's Tanker T, asit Canal
A modern oil tanker, Cercal,
which tranalted the Canal Sun-
day a believed to be the first UNIT l U
SGroup, Portuguse-owned ol tanker to
ri Due Feb. 9 Cereal,, a .11,100 grossGJt
ton ship which carries a cargo
author Louis Bromfield of about 15,500 ton, was built
utor Lama again ne rom xt about a yer ag at Antwerp.
vin on the night of She huas been operatin between
SFeb 19 at the head o Lisbon and the Near Halt.N W I ,
SFeb. 10 al the h eadI She is under the command of NEW ORLEANS V1
S$romfield tour o f LatnCapt. Antonio Dionislo de Jes(as.
5 .-. Local aents are BSigfrled 01- mo
T water who I well-know s n Shipping Co. Of WhichR. C. 0s,, "'cuih aqLu rU......
*t -Aierican and Spanish Woraley Is the manager. 3 .8. .MATAUA" ...........
or hs many novels and Seawoman' Sched led To Arrive *S.S. "CHIBIQUI" ............
r $Woklea, and eQuaiv well-
to.'ariculturallits for his Here Today ToMn ]Shia
I dnd work in that field Mathildta Maloegopoulous "11*1 -mu oi
v on the Isthmus with his an ablebodied "eaSwomta exs-n
foLr'" fr d "pected to arrive this afternOon
ior four davs Iin Panama to Join the crew of
Swill leave the following the S. S. Nora in Balboa.
Gyv for the United States on, Word was received In Balboa NEW 094 SIU VIVN. "
niff's DC-6 "'El Conqulsta-!by the Nora's agents, Fernie and
whirh they are making Co. hat Mathldp lI a seawO- 8,1. "M fl" .......
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t February. Bromfield led faring and Trading Co.
ericnn farmers and their -
on the first such trip to Trip To Jaqi planned le N
America. to learn about a- By Tourist Co
ture In the Southern coun- Due to popular doepand by
Acompanying Bromfield AmeriMns In the Zone, the Na-
year are bankers business tionil Tourist COfinlasion of Passedm IIMfiMI.ft -
Stives. farmers and ranchers Panama has made arrange- New tl sj. wll.
several states who joined mental for one-dl lane trip to ,,
'ur at the special invitation Jaoud in the Danen Province. S8. "onai
a inflld and Thomas E. One of Copa's '30 l u88.r .8. "CffiqtrI. ...
1ff. president of Braniff DC-35 planes has bee charter
sys. ed for Sun Mardhe B, to de-
part from Tocumen at 8 9. m.
A;ftr leaving Miaml Januarv oparetur n at 6 p. .. en a .
the groun has been spending
one month In Peru Attrentina.1 The plane will fly down the 1 LflS IB
Uruluav and Bzazll In Lima Pachic coast over the Perlas A-
theyt re beine entertained bv lands of Saboga and an M
the vifepresident of Peru. In ~ul On to Phit l Point P a thfi CR lU OAL *3l1 PFA MNA
all countries prraicnment were Lo Jaque near the Colomblan
mal4e bv Brpniff Alrwyv.t for the border. this is th l.?iocale of
vialsre tomeet Industrialists and' .of the worlds. bet fish-
bUslMsa drleadr. I ing.
I addlon to seing theshts The dav will be spentex-
Iaw dth I wlbe es, p -'orpinig the town and those
entertained here by Mr. fishingg mr v take a motor-
'Mrs. Braniff. oriven piruque (dugout canoe)
Braif sup the Jaoue river to a Darlin
.ND HAVEN. Mich iUP) Indian village. Others may walk
lam Miller was hunting to the ocean which is on the
When he spotted a buck other side of the town.
';be opposite shore He fired Passe gers are urged to bring
the founded deer I1.11 into licnic lunch. Fare is $20.
rivr. Its strength Si!v out This is the first such tourist
a few minutes and It trip. Call Coon Chamlrt ofFt TOr No
qd. The temperature v as Commerce. Coon 801 or ed EUROPZ ANDB MORT A I
low 40's but Miller strpo- Bush Tour Director Balboa 4394 (A LhMd Nu-mbq St
ved into tY.' river an for Ihlformation and rdlirva-
__ e carcass to shore t lioa. TO EUBOPEr
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Texas and 'New York are anpect- T :O. a. 'ti.
X-. ed tb arrive heft FlW. t7. Ti To c. .A W..T tA
'arj making a. swing, arou
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a study colorful local athles whies fsslMgeF "ou CA
may be used on future designs. .8. ............_...
During their two-week air IND
tour. the stylists are visiting be-
sides Panama, Puerto Rico, wh, la rst cCe seknit Demd
Brazil. Uruguay, Argentina, Chi- a
le, Peri. CHnithal: PRENCH l IM, 2
Pann- 'Lui: LUhDO T YM
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S' u rit r a5M d a1si presenting, manufacturers and "
large department stores in that
remonms with Television state, are meeting in Dallas Sit-
fiday to start their trip 1 1
Mlial lto SanrJuan Puterta
Ston are Katherine Hanm, iBety fl* 3
Terrill. Clyde Herd. Gtertrude n
T Ret,. Anilt arner. MaWl lMr sw w
7lb IiVStuldliast 1lip Mefittsana. JUdJ MIe,
atSOIt, yr Mrt, Ainda tinnigbhuta hd ,r
soh, Jack, arid CI itr biLflt td
M I(ES$SIUAS A tT tADIO CITY his wife.
a.. b sq eq ti,"I The New Yorkers are Maxine
--MacGowan and Ann Pestr.

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A yue iand 4th of July nighttaht an Inlno .of
n e TAVemua e where o asld.y a t fseat i'-
i t b a Panama Po- n t at
eMoort for It.s DMe e down "'I P a '-ait-t. MIW
l. trAlAvenuean do thedral aleik who w a ckd o
e L [-t aa .Plaa, and return th.rou MI te Panama will be one of tle
SIto ptegraut A Pn u mi ntrans wl be
evenn. t [will receive t olden key attractiveness., Prites for Mister

st yni t8.:30 thepa- "mystery trip."
bIe awrehthe an
tak 8:3e ,t daw-

'.f the C r y r- T tuesday night, calNld "Com-
SCo ] salatw of aaC ofulyt I. parea Niht, is Othe niht that

th ele a e maLe mWd

StlOueeakera at adds up to CamrlaL he
rto Paon- I .t down =..P d,,,

ian e a and dances closure wn $2 per r
,.;+T. Vr 'I Pi four codrsums its o

_Orenl- -,Vi tstae n*f th erer l .e a rday snay n
t ., r receiv-e e spe ker y attracti *.l s o i M a er
b th hote*, f Pve- j-a Pa n wla
he a at n l'eg anda'nc lsurpies hw ill Include a

or'm w eo a de Y .u,

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lng, the can-
ts, and the
aLd Its color-

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these, Franeleco Achurra was
appent low bidder.
It Ill be several days before
an alyss of the bids will be
completed, since some of these
entering offers entered certain
stipulations which 1ill require
consideration before' an award
for the work sla made.
The area to be cleared is be-
tween the e aetong pasture o
Mind Dairy and Catun Lake.
additional acreage for pasture Is
expected to reduce operating

When Natere's lo

costs of the da dy olne seaMld
rable usavi e be ffaed bW
pautring oopa not!n Itoduco
. It toiea' mt ad that the ad-
ditlamal 80O M ae of jptuM
land w l be d tl tO it e

turag, mtout. .f which s
cent to the dairy.
p ta

ro oii
16fkns NI6s

!o CbeI* Acres
Fr MiMi ry

A wide range .of bids was re-
eived frim 16 firms or Indivl-
uals for 'the clearing of 800
crest of land for as pasture of
he Mmndi Dairy use."Blda were
opened Thesday In the office of
the Gederai Maager of the
Commissary Division at Mount
The number of bids received
for this work, which In to be' done
during the rsenlt dry season,
was one of the largM ever re-
ceived for work advertised for
id by the Canal. The bids
*anged from a low of $141,40 to
over $92,000.
Of the 16 bidders, only seven
entered offers for the entire
work. These were: Francisco
Achurra, A. L. Livingston, Prank
Zehner. 8. & J. Canavagglo, L.
R. Sommer, Cia. Martines and
he Agua Clara Company. Of



With a few dollars you can completely furnish yowo'.
new home from living room to kitchen, if you belong '
The Armed Forces or if you have a steady job.

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SUstedes... Visitenos que los eIperusaltn .


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mve you, Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 -*H" Street Panami
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

wis Service
4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 3-2291 and

irth of July Ave -Phone 2-0441

Salo de Belieza Americam o
No. 65 West 12th Street

Carito Drug Stmr
1053 Mededem Ave-.Ph..oe 35 Cold"

Proepagaas, S.A.
Agencia Internacional de Publicacioles "." 8u, SUs atudiant a
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Pbame I lad 1327

SHousehold Automobiles
:--3 c. 'v igrm su.te WE PAY CASH for sour used car and
Sip coses Leo,-ng in two sell on terms at Agencias Cosmos
S, Mu2st se.r. Hue '-1- Auto-ROw 29, telephone 2-4"72'1.
fthouse road Gatur,, phone Panama
FOR SALE. 1952 Hilimon Minx.
FLE:- HM.debed ,.ih double' lu't like new. duty free. Colon
Ermg mattress ,kle new Motors Inc, 10th. St Colon. Tel.
L0. We-ifnghouse iQ48 re- 492-J
._11-. .Pnd,lfln rmn 9 ri ncri. r. 4-.. -

Tl-erator, excelr"n t -o rU K /SALE. '7JU rUonia. -i-Uor
i l)O.00 Wall dry locker n2 00. Station wagon, duty paid. Colon
.idge Lanmp it. 0 P- one 3- Motors Inc., 10th. St. Colon. Tel
. 169, New Cr.i.obol 46-A, 8th. 492-J
't. _--------- FOR SALE -1950 Chevrolet Tudor
It Mahoganv table and Fleetline De Luxe 23.000 miles,
-- Ma0 h ogan table and
r m, Cheap. Call otter 6 p. m duty Doa, excellent condition, 2
onamo. 2.2026 ne. ire siea covers. Can be
SALE le Wrger New Cstabl. Phone 3-2791
SALE:-25, Cce Rerigerator tinornced $1.40000. House 77-A
ft. Wernghou all porce- l. Phone 3-291.
9 )764-B. W.il.amson Place. FOR SALE -1950 Renault Sedan in
S Offe e excellent condition, new paint lob.
iton Offered duty pad. Colon Motors Inc., 10th
St Colon. Tel. 492-J.
-classEnglich speaking. Pon- FOR SALE -Cheret Sport Coupe
na North American or Eu-
norh Am erican wanted. Room u- 1950. Excellent condition. Good
aesmon wanted tom res. finance available. Owner
SInternational Hotel leaving. House 0307. Cable Hgts.
t position available for ex- Ancon. Phone 2-4313, after 2 p
inced private secrelar, Must m
killed in shorthand and typng FOR SALE -1949 Packard 6 black
ledge of Spanish preferable door sedan, leather upholstery.
Though Spanish dictation not es Excellent condition. Call M/Sgt.
tial. Apply P 0. Box -.55 or Voelz, 86-7253. 7:00 a. m. to
elepone 2-4913 3 30 p. m.
for credit work. mu~t be Pan- FOR SALE.-1947 Buick Super, ex-
eanian able to speok both Span- celent condition. See. M/Sgt. De-
an glish must write in
sis and Englsh, must write in Foritis, Food Service School, Fort
l,-ifther language for appo.ntent Guck Bdg 210 off duty or 400
'Anartodo 537, Panama. Rep. de n duty.
'- noamao. Send photo w.th letter
i -----tFOR SALE: 1949 Packard Sedan.
Help W a ted0 $150.00 down. House
neP _100 No. 4. Gamboo.4
WANTED: Experienced English FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4-door
lkling maid for general house Style De Luxe, good condition.
work and care for 2 children ages $1,425.00. Phone 3-2169, New
4 and 5. Must live in Reference Crlstbbal. 146-A. 8th. St.
,oiuired. Apply in person after
S p. mn. House 786-C, Toaer- FORD PICK-UP 52. t' ton. almost
-it0tial St, Balboa. C. Z. new. a bargain. Call Panama 2-
S .ATED: Experienced English-
Inkrg maid for cooking andFORSALE:-PICK-UP FORD. 'C to-
shI housework, for small fam- neloda casi nuevo. Motiho viaje,
from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Re- ganga. Tel. 2-2064.
Required. H-gh wage. Ai- FOR SALE-1942 Willys. Very good
,rp'i in person, Friday or Sotur- condition. Can be financed, bar-
Safter 2 p. m, Avenida Nore gain. Tel. 2-4624
f 15, apartment 2.
& FOUND A. e

I Ladles Gruen wristwatch.
n" r Balboa Heights. AdminiMa-
tion Building. Finder please calr 2-

Ton Freighter

Fire In Pacific
YOKOHAMA. Feb. 12 (UP)-
A U.S. Navy ship removed two
lajured crewmen and all nine
Mupassengers today from the A-
Amerlcan President Lines freight-
or President Pierce, still afire
la the ocean 90 miles east of
'ikyo Bay.
The Navy command-commun-
ons ship-George Clymer ra-
Oed at 5 p.m. that It had
iken aboard the 11, about five
after the Pierce first sent
a distress message.
The 7,925-ton ship carried 54
crewmen and nine passengers,
*mcording to American Presi-
dent Lines officials in San
The ship. a C-3 type vessel
built in 1945. left San Francis-
co Jan. 28 for Yokohama with
a general caro., including some
military supplies.

Seven of those taken aboard
the Clymer were the wives of
servicemen stationed In the Far
East theatre.

WANTED.-Ford Coupe 1940-194T
or 1942 model. Call 6 to 8 P. M.
Tel. 25-3539.

Britain And Egypt

Reach Agreement

On Sudan Problem
LONDON., Feb. 12 (UP)-Oreat
Britain and Egypt agreed today
to grant self-government to the
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. and thus
opened the way for Egypt's pos-
le entrance to the Allied Mid-
dle Eastern defense setuD.
Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden announced In the House of
Commons t hat the historic
agreement was initialled in
Cairo today.

The agreement ended a joint
British-Egyptian rule of the
Sudan which had existed since

It ended years of bitter dis-
putes over the 967,500-square-
mile African territory and long
months of tedious negotiations.
Egyptian strong man Premier
Mohammed Naguib and British
ambassador Sir Ralph Stevenson
conclUded the agreement in
Cairo at a final conference.

The. issue of British military
rgarita Kids occupation of the Egyptian Suez
Canal Zone remained.
Throw Party But it was hoped here that
Polio Fund Sudan agreement would L
Po o Fund the wy to settlement of tbat
problem, and that as the result
ht youngsters from Mar- Egypt and its fellow Arab na-
L. whe saw a recent movie Lions might come into the allied
ie Plght of polio victims. plans for defense of the Middle
d to help out in their own East against Communist en-
Saturday at 6:30 they are
" a party at the Knl-hts Ko- To Meet
bmabue Hall atwhich they KofC To Meet
ll cooked drn door .
and other surrises. Ad- Tonight At 7:30
cm is U5 cents.

Rponible for the polio-
fund-raising idea were Los
WSteens, Liz Halleron. Jean
Chambers, Diane Hlakey, Mike
and Joan Coffey. Carolyn Sand-
ns and Linda Erickson. All 'the
youngers are between 10 and 11
years old.

The Panama-Balboa Council
1371 of the Knights of Columbus
will confer the second degree on
25 candidates tonight at 7:30.
The meeting will be held In
Council Chambers on Balboa


PH1I 1PS onside Cottages. Thq
onI court in Santa Clara with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to each, Rock Gas, refrIprotion.
blaocue and shuffle board. Pan-
arnm 3-1877, Margarita 3-1673,
Bax No. 435, Balboa.
FOSTER'S Cottags. One mile beyWd
Santa Clara. Completely furnihd.
Roak Gas Refrigerators and Stoves
Brio your linens. Phone Dogmrna
Greatech *- Some Cln kMhe
maeO dcltric Ice beaoe ga
BM ioeh rates. Telspluos
CIb 6 -s 4-547 Pedro M-

Stay bt Hotel Pan Amenrcano in eW
beautiful El Velle.
Swim and relax at Santoa Clara beach.
For completely furnished houseM
call SIRAlMIL, Balboa 1389.

Williams' Sate Cla Beach
oge 2 bedrooms, 6 f
Rockg. rangers. Balboo .
Except weekends


FOR RENT:-Furnished three
room house, with swimmingl
available, fhr two month, InI
Heights. Tel. 3-3069.

Apartments ,,
rwo nd flv amm dohlho ow
-teupmtsrd 051mmaw o

FIR REN :---Fumrnshe eprtment.
Call Panama 2-3238, during
working hours.

WANTED TO WINT'-..One or two
Bedroom apertment or chalet by
North American couple with no
children. Phone 3-1648.

FOR RENTr:-Smal fumied room
with both and meals to gentleman
I tetdyS ve. Justo Aresomeno Na
V A.

FpR RErNT.- Furnielwd rebm with
mefalrt i O or two gentlemen
onlyy. Ave. Just Arosemenrw No.
57, corner 34th Street.
FOR REf ; umisthed room with
both Wk onig, Opivate entrance.
Meale If det d to gentleman or
oun 0t.00. Telephone 2-
284!r Panamaf. _
FOR RENT:-(sangreoo: Nicely fur-
nished big room, meols if desired.
>. Call 2-1693 or 3-1789.

MIffi eOus

Seale bi in triplcte, will be re-
ceal p IN office of the Engl*a-
eerini Construction Directes
Fanai8l~onal Company, BalbaI
Height Canal Zone, until 10M0
a. m. rch 26, 1953, and t
putMclc pered, for furnishing l
plant, =o., equipment, lpbor, ser*
vices, and materials except ow
tain materials to be furnished by
the Government) and for I.b
forming all work .for construcei
of Buildings and Appurtenoere
for Rno City Schol at Rain-
bow City, Can Zone. Forms
proposals, specit~tlons, and d
particulars may obtained f
the office of the Contract and.
section Division, Room 336, :slI
boa Heights (Telephone 2-3739
or 2-2698). Specification nd
drawings will be ilsued on a de-
posit of $30.00 per set. Deposit
will be forfeitd if specific tlon
and drawings are not r
within 40 colender days eter
OapRnltn of bos .

Army Tot Who Fell
18'Ft. From Parch.
In Good Caidition

for 12 word.
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For Kids'B
CHCAOo, F.b., 12 (up)-
areat shouldn't tell their cWU-
dren that the dentist ont burt
them, a dentist sad today.
Dr. Fraunc Willa uam rs
of Los Angelee told the I
Dental loety that a hil
trips to "the dentist Ls part
the troops of becoming Pa
"I d not apprectste the f-
forte of nento Wo mal
deavor to derfl the poro
of trea eat to their chi.
mim i as In the nice
etair, apd. the dentist ma
hurt you--ll he Is going to o
s look at your teeth," Mid
The deattot is charged t
ObW o oaeaibulty of
-and In IVw

th. tm U nt Is not -la-

meplanatLon by h -
rentc uhelp het r
lortl (the chUld tbti
c wuil do

Mickey JeIk.s -
(Continuaed fam S 1t)
hattan disk c he ,b" -
mentioned In the cros-
atWon as having been

ectto, he M. ai i
usarriane a .

The three-*year-c of an
Army sergeantvwho 161l1 ft
from his-u r n Q
Heigbta I [.i
normally, aoe Ari
officials, and his t
sidered god y.
The injured child. Raymond m
Lemire was confined to Ft. Clay. hi
ton HoBital a(tl a f p
turd oft he rolled to a
amS Ow d and fel off o be
Hi to the son of gt. t
aAd Mrs. Raymond Leal e.

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"D -** 0** te a Pu pMe-
Weft Akehellin AMMOM ON.
2081 Aeen. C. L
Eureka. S. A. Central Ave. No. 133.
Just around the corner of "J" St..
announces our new Lomp ShM
Service. We cai now make to ord
any kind of lam shade or a-cover
your old one at low price.
Alligator shoes for men and women
made to order. Casa Fenix, 155
Central Avenue. Panama.
Sweedish. family wants three bed-
room house with maid's room. For
two months, from middle of March
to middle May. Telephone 2-0)70.

Gardens designed and construct
altered, renovated or maintoil
shrubs, plants, seedlings and s
cially prepared soil from our-a
nursery soil, from our own ri
sery Floricultura Nocional, S.
Apto. 1845, Tel. 3-4987
Francisco de la Caleta, 9th. St. I


Sealed Jbids, in triplicate, will be re-
ceived in the office of thq Engin-
eering and Construction irecdor,
Panama Canal Companyi Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone, until 10:00
a m, February 24, 1953, and
then publicly opened, for furnish-
ing all plant, tools, equipment,
labor services, and materials, ex-
cept certain materials furnished
by the Government, and for per-
forming all work for repaying and
alterations of Margaorit and Bo-
livar Avenues Intersction;' Front
and Ith. Streets In Cristobal, Ca-
nal Zone. Forms of proposal, spe-
cificotions, and full particulars may
be obtained from the office of the
Contract and Inspe0on Division,
Room 336, Balboa Heiofht (Tele-
phone 2-3739 or 2-26). Speci-
fications and drawingl will be is-
sued on a deposit of $20.00 per
set. Deposit will be forfeited if
specifications and drawings are not
returned within 40 calendar days
after opening of bid#,

Travel via "AREA," "the Route of
the Good Neighbor." NO IN-
S.COCKTAILS! One-way to MIA-
MI, $70.00..NEW YORK. $11A
00.. ,,GUAYAQUIL, $80.00.. ..
QUITO, $86.00. Round trip to
MIAMI, $126.00.. NEW YORK
$214.00.. GUAYAQUIL 144OQ.
..QUITO, $154.90. BiNG 4
engine planes. For more deoIle see
36 Avenida Nocional. (Automobile
Row), telephone 2-1655.
FOR SALE: Unusual Opportunity:
Complete set office Dictaphone
equipment in current use. Thraet
dictating, one tranrcribing and one
cylinder shaver machine with
floor stands and twenty-four new
cylinders. New value over $2,000.
00. Will sacrifice for $480.00.
Cash or terms. THE TEXAS CO.
FOR SALE.--Canway upright piano,
$170.00. Perfect tone, radio Gen-
eral Electric, $25.00. Garden
fence. rakp. House 5533-C, Dia-
blo. Reasonable price.

FOR SALE:--Golden squirrel mon-
eys. Intelligent, young, $10.00
bCh. Zoo hotel El Panama.
Phone Jungle Jim 3-1660, Pan-
FOR SALE: Communication Re-
ceiver National HRD-50T, com-
plete with speaker and five coils.
For Gulick 88-252.
FOR SALE Radio for 1951-52
Chevrolet, Dash Matching, New.
Call Panama 3-4110 after 4 p.

FOR' SALE -8 cu. ft. Frigidaire, 25
cycle, $50. Boy's bicycle, $5.00.
Call Panama 2-4376.
FOR SALE:-Bedroom set, 1941 Ford
Sedan, good conditlen. eigeain.1
Leaving for States. Call Balboa 2-
1761 or Panama 2-4843.
OM SALE:-One enlarger 2 1/4" x
3 Y4" negative, f 4.5 Ilex-lens.
with enlarging easel, $30. Phone
4-223. House 607-A, Cocoli.

Bethel Mission
Church To Observe
Loyalty Sunday
On Sunday. March 1. the
=ethel Misaion Church at Red
Tank will begin Its 36th year of
The day has been designated
as Loyalty Bunday. The ob-
servance will include prayin
and fasting, covenant read
end the observance of the Lord's
supDer at 11 a. --** *cetal
gospel service at 7:15 p. a.


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A's, Cardinals Advance

Guard Begins Next Week
By United Press

Major League baseball players rushed for the
pen and ink today as the time before the unofficial
start of spring training dwindled to one week.

' An advance grard of Phila-
delohla A's battervmen report
*' at West Palm Beach. Florida one
week from today and the St
Louis Cardinals' open camp one
day later. From then on, the
players ill be reporting to
camps in Florida. Cuba. Arizona
and California %ith increasing
The Cardinals prepared for

Special Troops,

Albrook Rivalry

Exlends To Tennis
The Albrooic-Special Troops
rivalry jhas extended into the
SArmed Forces Tennis Tourna-
ment as two players from each
unit have advanced to the semi
finals. The schedule for to-
7 morrow morning will find Capt.
Claude ",uke of Albrook opposing
ILt. Col. E. V. Ewbank of Special
-Troops in the upper bracket and
Pfc Bob Brail of Special Troops
against Sgt. George Tochterman
of Albrook in the lower bracket.
The -matches are scheduled to
get underway at eight o'clock
with the two winners meeting
ifor the championship on Satur-
day morning at the same time.
Luke, winne. of the Inter-Ser-
vice championship in 1951.
continued on the trail to regain
his crown b- defeating It. Col.
Weldon Lalche of Fort Gulick
6-2, 8-6 as a comeback attempt
S bq Lalche in the second set fell
fell short of its mark. Ewbank
pulled a mild upset in defeating
Lt. Col. 'Weldon Lalche of Fort
Gulick 6-2, 8-6 as a comeback
attempt by Laiche in the second
set.fell short of its mark. Ew-
bank pulled a mild upset in de-
feating Lt. Z. B. Barnes of
Westbank 8-6 6-1. The loss of
the first set appeared to take
the steam out of Barnes and
Ewbank took the second set
without trouble.
Brail nut on an impressive of
tennis nower as he blasted
M-Sgt Mikc Wolchick of the
65th off the court with. 6-0, 6-1
_- scores. Brall's power was toc
S much for the defensive minded
Wolchick as he placed scorching
passing shots down the line with
amazing consistency. Tochter.
nan ran into more trouble thar
was anticipated from Pfc John-
r y Huss of the 33d Infantry, bul
managed to score a straight set
victory. 6-4, 7-5.
,, The semi-final and final mat-

training yesterday by signing
two pitchers- Joe Presko and
Rookie Tack Collum. Presko. who
won seven and lost 10 last seas-
on, signed after a talk with
owner Fred Saigh. Collum in-
formed the Cardinals his signed
contract 's in the mail.
The Chicago White Box had
the same kind of message from
Minnie Minoso who has spent
the winter Dlaying in the Cuban
General Manager Frank Lane
says Minoso sent word his con-
tract is in the mail. Lane adds
that Minoso received a "sizea-
ble increase." With Minoso in
the fold, the White Box have
only two players to sign---second
baseman Nellie Fox and third
baseman Vern 8tephens. The
White 9ox got Stephens day in
a trade with the Boston Red Box
The Philadelphia Phils signed
right hander Howie Fox and will
try to get Del Ennia in the fold
today. Ennis -who is reported
asking $30,000 has had three
salary talks with owner Bob
Carpenter To far.
The Clicago ,Cubs trimmed
their list of unisigned meni to
three by getting the signatures
of outfielder Frank Baumholtz
and Rookie Hurler Jim Willis.
The Cleveland Indians signed
Rookie Ditcher Dave Hoskins
who won 22 and lost 10 last seas-
on with Dallas in the Texas
League. The Inlians still have
16 unsigned players.

ches will consist of the best
three-out-of-five sets. All mem-
bers of the Armed Forces civi-
lian workers for the Armed For-
ces and the \dependeqte are in-
vited to come out to the Fort
Amador Courts to watch these
matches. They add to a top
week-end of sports entertain-
ment between Special Troops
and- Albrook with the baseball
teams set to battle for the
league first round title Saturday

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Gibraltar Vs.

Chevies Tonite.

For Loop Lead

How They Stand:
Chevies 7 2 .777 -
Gibraltar 6 2 .750- 24
Balboa HS 5 4 .555 2
La Atraccion 5 5 .500 2a
Brewers 2 7 .222 5
Curundu 1 8 .111 6
Tonight at Balboa, the most
important game of the, season
wil be played between Gibral-
tar Life and the Chevies. Gi-
braltar is one half game begin
the Chevies and should they win
this game wJi be a half game
head of tht Chevies but iI the
Chevies win this one then they
will have clinched the first half
Both teams and they will un-
doubtedly start their best hurl-
ers. The Chevies will put their
trust in the hands of Felix La-
rrinaga, who has a 6-0 record
and is the top hurler in the
Twilight league. For Gibraltar,
Webb Hearne will take to the
mound, Hearne is the only pit-
cher in the league to pitch
no-hit no-run gAmes in two con-
secutive ears. Although not
having the record Larrinaga
has, He is still one of the top
hurlers In the league.
Last night, L Atracclon took
Curundu to the tune of 4-0 but
can only tie for third place if
BHB loses to Gibraltar Saturday
morning l the last game of the
season. Noriega held the Curun-
du nine to a shutout on five hits.
The Box Score:
La Atraesilo ab r h po a e
Kourany, E-ct 2 0 0 0 0 0
Quintero 2nd 3 0 1 2 0 0
DeLaLastra 2nd 0 1 0 0 0 1
Perez as 4 2 2 2 1 0

Halsall 1st 2 1 0 4 2 0
Letendre 3rd 3 0 2 4 2 0
Hinds rf 3 0 1 0 0 0
Glud c 3 0 0 7 0 0
Lomedico, D. If 2 0 0 1 1 1
Noriega p 3 0 0 1 4 0
Total 25 4 6 21 10 2
Curuadu ab r h po a e
MacArthur cf 2 0 0 2 0 0
Kourany,O 2nd 3 0 1 2 0 1
Medler p 3 0 0 0 3 1
Midge4 If 2 0 1 2 0 0
Jacks 1st 3 0 0 7 0 0
GoirFalez ss 3 0 0 1 0 1
Francis rf 2 0 1 2 0.0
Zielinakl pr 0 0 0 0 0 0
Neckir c 3 0 1 5 0 0
AleBaa 3rd 2 0 .1 $0 -1
A tals 23 0 5 M .
Soorn by Innings: .
La. Aacclon 000 00f 2-4 6 1
Curundu 000 000 0-0 5 4

Bluebirds, Yankees

Doublebill Toight;

Browns Top Bombers
The Standings
Bombers 19 14 .576
Brownies 19 14 .576
Bluebirds 15 17 .469
Yankees 12 2 .375
Tonight's Games
(First Game 6 p.m.)
Panama etadlium (2):
Bluebirdi vs. Yankees
Last NightV Results .
Panama Stadium:
Yankees 4, Bluebirds 3.
Mt. Hope: Brownies 6,
Bombers 4 (12 Innings).
Tonight thf' Bluebirds must
whi the Yankees-twice In order
to keep their mathematical
chances of winning the Pro
League *.tle alive. These two
teams clash at the Panama Sta-
Last night the Yankees hand-
ed the Bluebirds their sixth
straight defeat -a 4-3 setbaL.
behind the fight-hit hurling of
Pat Patrick. Loser Andres AloZ.
so also geae up eight hits. Bob
Nichols nomered for the winners.
Over at Mount Hope, Pat
Scantlebury hit a two-run hom-
er and qcatterqd nine hits for a
12-nining 6-4 victory which put
the Brownies into a tie with the
league leading Bombers for first
place. Fernando Osorio, who re-
lieved starter Mike Forline, was
the loser.

Gavilan To Make

Next 'Big Gate.

On Dancing Tour

CHICAGO, Feb. It.-(UP). -
Kid Gavilan can dance sad
punch, and he proved it to
Chuck Davey.
But the world welterweight
boxing champion also ean tan-
go and rhumba and he's goifg
to make his next "big gate" an
these talents.
"It lust another fight,' the
Cuban said In his dresing uob
as he cooled out from olu
Davey, with a teehalea! fasel
out win when the Laoneing MIa
school teacher eouliu't Wi
for the tenth round.
"I never wonrred. He
hurt me," Gavilan said.
Now he plnNed totaink
offer to show hisae ig 1
on the stagee toer Vta *
MO payment hr a Isi
week tour.
Then hem ing so
for a fiht ortw
one or more
tunHy back to uBeo
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A dlem weight turia
Second Half Standing 1*.d place In, the Atltic ddew t t
ht League second half Gavian of Cuba.
(Atlantic Twilight Baseball one half a game behind coUe graduatq De
League) pace-setting Pabst d aind g, in ,our
Steams, w en the e iChi tadzf
Won. Lost Pet. behind then withso the back his cha n
Pabst 1 0 1.000 aforts of Balboa Beer in the ncal knockout t
Dodge V-8 1 0 1:0 eg In to win 7-6. the 10th roun I
Powells 1 1 0 O Smith, Powells center- uncertain about l
Balboa Brewers 0 2 .000 fielder was the big factor in the to the oavir ,
win when he opened both the eliminatggo. Ga vt
Tuesday's Results second and fourth innings with 14yu pounds Iat
Powells 7 Balboa Beer 6 trtipls that started off what 147-the walter lmn
Tonight's Game pisoved to be game winning ral-
Pabst vs Dodge V-8 ei. b s Noras though Gal
The Powells nine moved Into be a great attraction
___ePo__nneodnt Laurel Highley started on the !M*pem de who at
_li hilli for Powell$, but did not Bta for the crown left
around long enough to retire sOmar Ray Robim
Jack Kramer Calls on batter meant in December.
Manager Harry Dockery wa lighted with there
credited with the win. welterweight Pat
eura's 24alO cFceddy Hll went the distance drawn by Ga"vSn
fo the losers. giving up only sil bfon e 1,400 lat ni
S Tennis' hts ainst the twelve hits
o Tennisl B I which his team-mates garnered Oati, V os
against three Powells hurles. .sis r saw
BOSTON, February 12, (USIS). Louis Hooper led the hit parade Cb vi an oel
-"The greatest shot ever de- for the night with three hits in to the m sm
veloped n tennis." four tries, ring, wa.. S hted

That's what Jack Kramer, US
professional tennis champion,
calls Pahcho Segura's colorful
two-handed forehand, according
to an interview with Kramer
held Tuesday night by Harry
Molter sports writer of the
"Christian Science Monitor."
In the matches in which Se-
gura and Kramer opposed Ken
McGregor and Frank Sedgman,
former Australian Davis Cup
Stars, Segura continued his dom-
ination of McGregor with a
6-4, 6-3 victory, giving him -a
21-match margin over the Aus-
tralian so far in the scheduled.
80-city tour of the tennis troops.
Segura, writes Motler. got his
first chance to play when his
father took a job as caretaker
of a local tennis club in Ecua-
dor. But young Pancho was so
small physically be had to grip
the racquet with both hands in
order to get any power in hb.
*. f
As.e-gura moved hi the la
der orennis sues, he new
desed' his two-handed "b-
ball Oip", relates the "MottBr"
writer. Now it is one of the
most crowd pleasing shots In the,
"I've seen some great shots In
my years in tennis," recalled
Kramer to Molter. "But this Se-
gura. His shot is not only steady
and accurate, but it has speed
and tremendous deception," he
Quick to agree with Kramer's
appraisal is McGregor, writes
the "Monitor' sports expert. "I
didn't believe them when they
told me about Pancho's shot,
'said the Australian. "But I
found out. He does everything
with that forehand."

First lace at Stake Tonight
Either Art Blades or Tommy
Iughes will get the starting call
Irom Luke Palumbo tonight as
he tries to put his Dodge V-8
team into the tup slot in the se.
cond half race. Defending the'
1952 championship has not bee.s
an easy job for the Dodge team
and their game tonight will bo
a very Important one in deciding
if they are to give Pabst a bat-
tle for '53 honors.
The Blue Ribbon nine will
9bably send Jackie Pescod to
t hill in search- of their se-
cond win of the halt, bst more
Unportant, tpf at il times
the most potnt power-laden
team In the. loop. Pabst I. trying
for a clean sweep in the 1953
race ahd their top contenders
will be the team they face to.
night, Dodge V-8. .
' The Box Scorent-
ab r k po as
laores I; V s 1,A 2 0 0
MOArth, 0. cf 2 2 t' 0 0
S. 4 12 3 0 2 0
cooper, 3b. 4 1 0 0
oo1erlb 4 0 10 0 1
vedc 3 0 4 1 0
Robinso d0 1 0, 1 1 0
McArthur,n. rf 4 0 t 0 0 0
Dunning b 4 0 -1 3. 0
Hillp -.3 0 0 0 2 0
32 3 U 11 1
Powells ab h r o
Dockery 2b-p-as 4 1 1
Chappell rf 3 1 1 0
HUgey 0-lf 3 0 0 1 0 10
Rd, V. s- 3 0 .0 4 3 0
Dolan Ib 3 0 1 8 0.1
Smith, 0. ct 3 3 2 1 9 2
Orvis 3b 2 1 0 1 SN
Thomas c 2 1 1 4 1 .
Manning lf-2b 3.1 0 1-3 3
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certain whether to continue"ln
the rft '0 return to his pl
bed pro"uiun of teaching
alcal education in college or
high school. He said he woeld
decide after a vacation.
Davey.- fie 3-1 underdog. pro-
vided avilan with
Pett .12 -4ut rght in
scheduled 15-round nattlonaly
television bout until. a blow to
his Adam's apple in the iatth
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X YORK, Feb. 12 iUP)-
victed atom spies Julius and
el Rosenberg, their last-
appeal for clemency turn-
down by President Eisen-
er. will learn next Monday
new date for their execu-
in Sing Sing prison's elec-
V 2. chair.
legal sources here saki they
l eved Judge Irving R. Kauf-
who presided at the cou-
's 16-day trial In 1951, would
an early execution date,
bly during the first half
anuel H. Bloch, attorney
4 the Rosenbergs. said he
uld make every effort to save
.lHe had these avenues open
.1) He may ask for an ex.
I on of the stay of execu-
*n which Judge Kaufman
ted Jan. 5 to permit the
bergs to seek executive
D ency. It expires Monday.
.2) He may ask the circuit
aiurt of appeals or the Supreme
a4urt for a stay of execution.
0) He may apply to the Su-
eme Court for a writ of cer-
W iarl for the granting of a
S1lew of the case.

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s Bum's Rush
e Josephine Baker'
HAVANA, Feb. 12 (UP)-Negro
? stalger Josephine Bak.?r picketed
tle. downtown studios of a Cu-
b I-an radio-television network
,i lpt night after it cancelled her
,' ctroct and ejected her from
St pre premises.
S "Shell stand there until hell
ttezes over before I permit her
I V ,0 IIenter mv building," said sta-
owner Goar Mestre.
/ .0iMestre said he cancelled a
*4000 contract with Miss Baker
Me~ she postponed her opening
date three times.
e' .he arrived here several days
From Argentina where she
L a series of lectures de-
aancing "racialism" in the
United States.

Quiet Wedding
LONDON, Feb. 12 (UP).-
rs Hilda Robinson won a
i' divorce today because her
husband "talked about his
.first wife, gave me a per-
functory kiss and went to
-sleep" on their wedding
i -ight..

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As Russia Severs Relations
TEL AVIV, Feb. 12 (UP) -The and handed him a note an- munique on the severing of re- 3Mzabers of the Israei .lefi-
first reaction of Israel's Jews to- nouncing the Soviet decision to lations .. ti IAn Moscow spent the rest of
day to the announcement of the withdraw its mission to Israel The Soviet government ad- the light packing. in preparation
break of Soviet-Israeli diploma- and demanding the Israell mis- tVon ended four yeats ef dl- for ttir dearture but by noon
tic relations was one of concern sion leave IMoscow 'without de- plomatic relations between the to eeived no direct
for the approximately 2,560,000 lay." wo countries. the Soviet Instt onzto the Tel Avil
Jews still living in the Soviet The note rejected apologies Union. along with the Uutted goWeraent RWr any subsequent
Union and its satellites. sent to Moscow immediately aft- States, was among the first w e= from the Soviet Rover-
The Kremlin's announce- er the bombing by the Israel Rgo- power tq recognie the little meat.
ment caused no surprise. This ernment. Three RUalanas in- astte of slrael and sup@or it In
capital had resigned itself cluding tiWe wife of malfnter P. I. the United Nations. It was un eratood' the Dutch
some time ago to the proba- Yershov-were injured when the The Soviet note siid Israel a- embausy had been requested to
biUlty that Moeaow would sever bomb exploded In the Soviet le- pl for the banabing were and ell Interests after the
relations. Ration. te leil to cover up traces of legation members departed.
There is deep regret through- "The terrorist act of Feb. 9 Is crimeS committed against the
out Israel that Monday's terror- evidence of the absence In Israel Soviet .Union and to cape re- .TheIsraeli latn consists of
1st bombing of the Russian lega- of elementary conditions for the sponslbUilIty for the *vernment t l il v and his WfO,
tion here gave the Soviets the normal diplomatic "actI ties of of Israel for thlo evil deed.". n secsret~y Arye Arocm1
excuse they had been looking representatives of the'" Soviet 'Such apologies by the govern- and a chlld d.r .t.d secret,
for. Union," the Russian-note said. ment of Israel are ful of con- JIdeplh Olddqn 'and wife and
The Russian note was ublish- tradletions," the note said. tach Abraham-neh.at and wife,
As a government official put ed this morning all. Soviet It.mentioned "direct partici- fW. total of nh 9perasos.
It last night: "It Is a pity we newspapers. It was carried in the patron by representatives of ie. ____
provided this chance, and that prominent position usually re- governpent of Israel in inflam-
we-are thus unable to prove be- served for official announce- n atred toward the Soviet ;
yond doubt that Russia meant to meets. U 1 d instigatnR acts .
break relations all aldng." Besides the note the Soviet h against the 8 o vie
Another high asoure here said foreign office also issued a com- U '
Moscow's use of the bombing as
a pretext 'proves that they were ,
looking for the first opportunity
to break off with us."
He said the announcement
"surprised no one, except per- C
haps those young zealots who The Pacfic Civil Council.yes-
bombed the leation." ay sked thet*e
Meanwhile in Washing on. di- t n the reut -i n an
plomatic quarters believed Rue- ~ one to oa speei.alset'-
ala's diplomdtle break with Is- for the purple of p slri
rael is part of a Soviet move to on .the bylaws order to
seal one of the few chinks in the the Canal Zon gen-y o-
Iron Curtain. slative and Fi Cy -nit
The predicted Soviet satellites gl on a sound buia
will fid "excuses" to follow .
Moscow's lead. f-idi f n the CO u"u,8 am
These informants said the ac- D
tion probably would have its l
chief effect on Communists and
left-wing groups within Israel,
on Jews behind the Iron Curtain
and indirectly in posibly in-
creased Arab sympathy for Rus-:"--64
The Soviet Uialon. in break The by-law. woald 4.
Ing diplomatic relations today f~ OVerIl, r
with Israel, charged that the
bombing of the Soviet legation to
in Tel Aviv had the "obvious Ing to pp,
connivance of the pollee."
The Soviets also charged that The n ext elit?,
the bombing was preceded by an EfZ.C is not
4ective anti-Soviet campaign by Math when
the Israeli oress, radio and gov- WAND~MER RETURNS MqUeline Menon 18-yest-' man of th rent oo-mn
ernment officials. nell University co-ed, arrives at Washington ,D.C. to rehm
Soviet foreign minister Andrel her father en route to their Trenton, NJ. home. Jacquelontor
V. Vishinsky called Israeli min- been the object of a 13-state rch, fter dippearing 10 da 1& discsamml
sister Shmuel Ellashlv to the Rus- ago. She was found in Daytona Beach Fla, with a 16 r.l the sue with
sian foreign office in Mosow Bethesda, Md. high school oy.t aw

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NEW YORK, Feb. 12 (UP)-
John David Provoo, 35, former
sergeant from Sansallto, 'Calif.,
faced a possible death sentence
today for Detraying h)s soldier.
bdles as a prisoner of the
Japanese during World War II.
A federal court jury last night
eofvicted Provoo of committing
fodr acts of treason against the
UtUted States. The penalty on
any one 'of the four counts
ootkil range from five years in
prison to death in the electric
Federal Judge Gregory F.
Noonan set next Tuesday for
hearing on a motion for appeal.
He, said that if the motion is
denied, he will sentence Provoo
at that time.
Provoo was found guilty of
contributing to the death of a
U.S. Army captain who was
executed by the Japanese, of
volunteering his services to the
enemy shortly after the fall of
Corregidor in 1942, and of twice
making propaganda broadcasts
for the Japanese from Tokyo.

Railroad To Run

Special Night

Train On Friday
Special trains will be operated
Friday night between Panama
and Colon to accommodate fa t
and players who attend 'whe
baseball game between Balbot
aad Cristobal high ashools.

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