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OWNED 4N8 SUELISB V 1`01N1 PANAMA AMERICAN PSEMS. INC.
P-F-ouse ev M-.al" m.Taa-,L I lse Labor New.S
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04IO1N 1i2PREINTATIV11 1g.1 IlWA P POWNR. INC
41E ManseoN AVE NEW YOaR i1?. N V
-W Y .EAR, IN A VAN .lg .2 C* ft v mr m
IS YOUR FORUM THI RIADIRS ^WN COLUMN Oud cwnaw dtono wI
Walter Plideon, won tar-
dom In "ow Green Was Y-
Valley," is hereby -.Moiate 1
Sfor a now Iad B "X e .
for discovering how a a -1
The Ml ll ea is pen fmi tl leaders of The Pi**em Amse- valley not too th
t wet ar received gratefully and we handled in wh*ll &IAN Los Alamos Al 6
yea sestributs a lftes don't he amlopIent ilt ut mentl appem the Thee
day. Letters ae published m ikhe sder, received inexotble w
NPOM trvy o keep the lften limited te en& page hllgt. Itics -that w
Iden.ltiyel lItte. werors held M e M rleteult confidence. hide seret wel
This Mwsppe pe ssumessI nW eepeiblty flo statdimnlt as spinmiem concentrations
IN letters from feeder o It 1l
-- o- City, New M oo. t
Sown would r
F E DISASTER BROUGHT NEW OUTLOOK ON LIFE put on th un V ow.
Curundu, C. Z. cult had It lA thm e
S.Curundu, C. z- a et rtsdden Shflx sle ke "g -
writers and the
_T o weeks ago, writing this letter would have been I mpoa ble they hired for ma 4rM
e. What faith and ppreciatlon I may have had for my fel- -hooting" war
man. and particularly the people in the CZ, I'm afraid I had There In %r ,t _, .T
Not because of any wrong-doings on their part, but, I real- vital zinc concenra
now, because it Is a lot easier to blame your misfortune on this band of mo
neighbors than tcf find out the truth. -few of whom 3111 Weg
Monday, Feb. 2nd, my apartment in Bl Tree, Ft. Kobbe, work agaln In
completely. My family had moved In Jan. S31. everything Ia hoot a *
ed was destroyed in the fire. This was to have been a new mo vie prod
for us, so my mother and father had given their all when written,, ated d
ioved n. and consequently they could offer very litte help. men and women *
i Prom the very moment the fire was reported to the tin_ rm been chualed 1/ S.UV I B'
n this letter. people have been standing In 1108 to l e alonal witnegi I
k mine. The fire trucks arrived In a matter ot.f" ttal .th part of the ri i f k .'
the Army and the Navy. I am not a fireman., WtuI in A 'p L
a finer show of efficiency and Inter-serve n Te Ala 9& l
be hard to find anywhere. Most of the mintary a l b the pro-i j
fire were volunteers. The job they accomplish wUa both Mill and SmeW to U.
t and unrewarding. The Military Police, the MedI CorpS, nion-an outfit sitlOn- *** ."
gd even the Base Commander made a quick appearance. Not Al lawyer Is Natd T
only did they do their respective jobs with speed and efficiency, and Communist sil mate o .
they all expressed a personal interest that was highly appre- Aller slas, according, to Com
d. greaslonal testimony.
Directly in charge u"
I -'-One of the fire chiefs, a post chaplain with the VFW, Imme- al commissar is one ton -
*I inaugurated a drive among the members and the auxiliary Jencks, repeantativela this ,
Uas not vet ceased to bring in every possible amount of as- area of the mine ----- "
ce that was in their power. He la the gent wbo wa
.*he American Legion Post Commander and his wife, from asked by Lenate probeis -
1, arrived the following morning at my mothers home in Salt Lake ty on W O. P, "t T.
'-Stba. My wife and children were taken out and clothed. I 19621 to deny or confirm a wi s-| r ITi T W I
gU given financial assistance for food and necessities by the Post ness charge that he (Jencks)
Commander, was preparing to damage our BiV FrM IMd n L Ot
Korean war effort. the wit. f .. -* .. M
After he left the house, the phone started ringing and hasn't nes had Just sa d '
stopped yet. The people in Oamboa were offering their very all. "The substance of the eon-
Clothing for everyone. Every kind of offer was tendered. It should versation (with Jeneft) w as WWrTIM mw lonva with ee -
le mentioned that the greater majority of these people did not that Jencks was Smmiult husn .-N.-ta',dowas with secret n? on,
know me persoIally. Their effort in my behalf was gesture of Party member uM.t e S. hI wn & ra g 6f Us a ibe & Pa ryb, &be.
I was later notified to contact the Disaster Con- nion of Mine, and smelt s- rs of tt un. p eybe th. of
Ft. Kobbe. He gave me a collection that had been er Workers wou taje action R00 .T ^ a-
Big Tree area by my former neighbors (neighbors in working a u 5 effort a. h -i 't- Itis d e ,. Sm
gSr dayp.) Some of these contributors had also suffered in the I orea r a5 nd at's U. I ?i
Slose ktele. 1 had not had time to know these people per- tempting to ato =i s a l
um~kly. My thanks *to you all. duction t prtp. wIJ a W0 S'm.a pivSumti SSJ
.' waterr receive a call from my office (IAG8S expressing their S8 e a t in.vetigatr Do' atm, i e .Sf?"S Sen.
pathy apd offering their help. (I have been employed there Connors, ex-PFI agent th e@ tI e*-s.ltes MusM a!m. e bi.
than a month). The new IAG director Col. Robertson ask ,. .0 eit ga M ight early i
ved in e during the fire to offer his help. e I. a deny that convert. a 4ASdSa v.
..reigns supreme so It Is possible that I havel ,t. M. Jnes?" "., ".- .
itie I~ zation or group of people who "I decline to answer y re We .qa ,
u u Isha lln or i em it l8 under
r less op r *- Taal nation,
,-e"em .to It
in that flre,'burI have received me t do
a on ISe e wonderful people that go with it; q Oetcks retorted.
and I e most humbly to thank you all fop At nt he Was b
ed sow consideration and kindness... co I wad. who,-.
Witt, tt the man who Ml
L.y E. Bates, Jr., and Family WA* In t4e o.1,i Communi.
Including. Al^e Jura4 s
lip I a AN "Eernmen "- ', Bfox 1 ""*iiS
Jecks was tlad the pro n e o r e
munaste W arrive in BllvlrW
I City from lyod. And t "-h-h..h-h
aPadid 'aion theb t ado h.
"teo has bi'" be e liti. pblea An m
fled as i Ionmunrlst Party T A 0 lft 14-A At lrma-a
Member by 13 it before In. MACUy who ma e whol s
SS 11 J Con al comm es during the farhoeedlngs, tbeatMz An
As business manager Tova pher to remove this. one ae
sch Paul brought-. two ;sX. and IIWn' .
loadS of N into the aft- He
D Ibore efr the firnst shooting to the iraly and then hpoke
-4 "Peqence which starts with the country. over to see that Mit r !@"
l iolo ee galastV hm. of, .
ruinmng thto agl the s- Nav.s
Mumost o them A-
mafiqaqa Of MexiMan -eeoent.
draw in fr 'Oo nl
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COVERNMENT EMPLOYES UNDER CIVIL SERVICE-Nbw*n4 e(s aft M
givillsno bytbe Fedgl government are under Ci uviO Swe a4 *uf *B bjuWu
,affected i ,-", an, o, eda, uat -rat.. m. New.hart. above, A.ow6d -S,,,,
100 p .erot .,uo.nUve qI.,.,r amd uch as the Tma -.eenn.s
160 per s*tdvSi eI ptifnme. trgt government. department
V. S. MIa=m the NatitonmalIdustrial Conference Board and the U. & L
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^ Enjoy the CARNIVAL FIESTAS ,
in the Best of Wewing Appareld *
Any Canivyd Day
wil be the rigbt'tUme to
be dlnaig In any of our
A itbeautIaUlp deagned
HERE'S A BAR N
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E rU, Porf -' i.P4N .IA AMERICAN"
IN HOLLYWOOD Britain Will Join U
iBY ERS6INB JUHNSON ,o. ./ ..
'NEA Staff Crpondeat ;
L OLLYC0,OD (NEA) --says Ik. 'can tell me how to ng S ecr t Deals .
uaively Yours: Fernandolact t b except myself." His .
Swkii be the tirst Holly-1 next directorial job at RKO, he LONDON,. r 1& (UPy- ritime territorlde -
star to do two three-di- hopes, will be a musical version Britain annt3 aterd .oplued by the RUss a
asonpl pictures in a row. of 'Stage Door." it would not toen Urof World War I.
d Q u e e n "t ie f l i c k e r t h a t 1 a p r e e ma O rb w) 1 W i e r n h a l f s in e t h e "
B tates 13 In. glpa
lows a e" on his sched- E PROVES HIMSELF er apaese t~ lt~ apanese war of 1i04
..halln Id th he KurlLe Islands forls
SDIRECTORS, like stars, 'can thea S o boa he fading northeUa6
Pier Aineil is dating Farley get in the type-casting rut. Lord l JapIanee l a
ranger and Richard Anderson That's the reason Arthur Lubin for foreign aH Jkap toward the s luel.
t coniding to pals that her is.beaming oveh his chance to statement ln a iiL
rt Jelongs to Kirk Douglas direct "Sulkt-ea,".a lusty corn- ton in the Bout
..The .n.irlage of actress An- edy about two Marines, Burt "Her Maj !q I i
riGrerne and socialite Stuart Lancaster and Chuck vConnors, do not Intend I
rtilln 1 on rocky seas... the and a doll, Virginia MayoF tan- the IrernatlonaUl *
of Producer Pal Blumen- cis, the mule, and Rhubarb, the governing the al '
I's es teo will go to his es- cat, he tells it, "had Hollywood territories" hes St
iged v.ife. his son and his thinking I could only direct Presikent Ilse nfWr
other. Tny will share in .the i kw als.' State of the Unton i
fts 01 Anne Baxter- said the United
chard Cuup starrer, "The Gig Young will shortly an- not recognie M
h Gardenia," in which Blu- nounce a dramatic scholarship ments. .r, ', -- tI.eb. 13 (UP) .
-.had a partnership in- iund for deserving youpg actors Thare was wide am i fihtL w1t,$.P
M u r e e n O'Hara's in the name f his lte-wlfe, E ,- he must I e t etats Lritin K
Charles Fit.-Simons, famed drama coach" Sopile Ya g greeenut .wi n StatesA F rmnk Inke S .
decided to give up his plan Rosenstein, a cancer itctlm. and the Kurile,, I t ept t o ak i sao e
'enter law practice and will There's a scholarship fund In cret. "fin to his nate
rate on acting., i Robert Walker's name at the The question of the former A a lad of 13, Soko wa
Mal or Dramatic Arts when Bob's close Japanese, territories WaI mras tUi3d by- the, Germans dus
Item: wsMarilyn Monroe friend, Jim Henagham, refused by. Viscount Ellbank w ,TuWes-world War.II Ind put to
won a newspapers nalpayment on an article about day drew om Lr gda a laborer. Then lO.
as the New Face of %-eWalker he had written for Red statement that .ftd. would ieorg Patton's arm Intdat
r face? Book.Magazine and, asked that view pay a -val-X of Gerany and-the boy b l
,Lthe check be used for'a scholar- Chlnk with Ceofe. '" macot for an American taMk.
The English and German ver- ship. Elibank. ciled attention to a crew
4. Q "he Moon Is Blue" are ** tatement by Ja1axe eier Th tank crew liu I
filmed simultaneously in Louis Calhern and Mari'nne Shigeru y shida- .n ltnebe back to the United att hid-
cod and the translation Stewart have made the recon- efforts to regain the.ormer ing him Jn barracks bg. The
of the play into German went: elliatior, official now. Marianne, Japanese territories .and asked youth was covered and turn-
a smoothly enough except for one however, will continue her stu- whether the statemet con- ed over to immlgratjon authori-
ene of dialog. dies for an operatic career. formed with the. Yalta agree- ties on Ellis Island.
In the English version. Daid ment and the Japanese peace Priests d n entered
'ahys: "My first wife died-she Bobby Van and Diane Gar- treaty. Priko In s enedltine HIgh
ws swell." rett,. Whba were secretly wed in Lord Reading said Brit a d Scool o n evend 0. frm
The German translator, look- Las Vegas, are denying the not considerthat Yo d which he w a nd .. from
jag German word mean- stork rumors. a temen eslatnt a the ter he w gad d
4s ttled for swollen" ,' Imumsnin e, 9c.siaatgreementt to Ja- he tnt tow
ia t came out in hisW 'we Jwtst ren a-rZnn not.a party MI~O M Comr
i-aprtment and % st conormiity "lth thea' ; nC to ek ale
It rst wife dicd---she had latsthat no eml Rre treat y. wa
W lowed." I however, Lodd Readifig -.ald sa iped to 'ia d
L a .... wn "---.- Premier Yoshida's statement months of combat. they Oined
Lana Turner and her MGd s.4 was Impromptu and'that later two bronze stars in FiSAk and
bosses are having vords. The the Japanese minister of for- told bhim he had earned his 36
studio,, alarmed by Lana's eign. affairs said in a con- rotation points
health, doesn't want her to go sidered abatement that legal. What- they didn't .ell was
to Europe Lna, bored with life ly ,Japan had concluded that the dialao.ad..
iOQd, insits on making peace treaty In, wwle it h whick "0ul s ijon
pl.ture across the At- abandoned claa to" twe tea. citiai -,
""ritories. while h
Ba.. -. lB S akhalin Island. ertendig United .tat a'
ror tno' e "t'n rth from the :J l under widarl be -ow
propert-settle tends and parallniz mutted... e. ... ,
V t wrangle is stalematln- the
J h nnie Ray- Marilyn Mot- -
ison divorce talks. The Weeper
pa offered to pay her $250 per.
" alimony. Marilyn wants a
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L tar's denying a iw.
t m. lm work to go- Into
't He and his dad klavc .-
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vel films In Europe with
Lo iri. the narration.
elle'shayIng Ihe'l play,
wMirer In the Mk1y41j
taetectiv films if Pro-
api' s job. "Nobody."
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, *9 Newburyport" MU ., object ,
JL a tIn front of istvel bucket,
aoyed from the path of the earth-mover,
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h *.qic* the highway will pas.
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m PANAMA 4313*ICDN
[You Sell 'em...When You Tell 'em thru P.A. C
-Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Stret *- P
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6
No 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-291. and
Iourtb of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Sal6n de Belieza Amricno
No. 55 West 12th Street
Curlton Dru Store
10.068 Melandir Ave.-4nu
Propaatda SA "'
Agencia Internacional de Publicacioes *.N" t ,ree ai ,v
No 3 Lottery Plaa Phone 2-SIM9 Ph=on 3..lU tad .e l '
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS ...i
Household Automobiles e. .. a sa n
F0" SALE -- Mahogany able and WE PAY CASH for your used car and 20.1 Am.e, .. Refrigrators
chairs. Cheap Call after 6 p. m sell on terms at Agencias Cosmos r g rlinens. Pho
Panama. Just around the corner Of J 2 1 S. .-- f'
anama 2-2026. ^ ^Auto-Row29teo 2 Eureka. S. A. Central Ave. No. 13*. 2-Oi .g
FOR SALE.-25 Cycle Refrigerator. announces our new kLump 9o" nif lhr --s ca.to it-"".a .0"
St. Westinghouse, all porce- FOR SALE -Chevrolet Sport Coupe Service. We cao now make to order atigUs lectric Icie 4es
S cain 0764-B. W.liamion Place. 1950. Excellent condition. Good any kind of lamp shade or fre- csT' M miera ref. ..it
tires. finance available. Owner your old one at ow pricm. Gumbo. 4-567 Pr
R SALE.-Mahogany double bed, leaving. House 0307. Cable Hgts OW
innerspring mattress. coI springs, Ancon. Phone 2-4313, after 2 p Alligator shoes for men and women ul ,
cht drawer, bedside table. Ex- m. made to order. Cass,flmx, 13 5 Spend your weekend at Casino Sia
S condtion Brgain. Tele- Centrol Avenue, Panoe Clara, cabin 3.4.00 a couple.
pone Panama 3-i1909 evenings. FOR SALE.-1947 Buick Super, ex- we family bwan e Ld- on
Dobevedns cellent cosdition. See. M/Sgt. De-Sweds.famly wantI
IFOR SALE:-Hollywood Double Beds Fortis, Food Service School, Fort room house with maid' nom. For Stay at Hotel Pan Amwricane lntal
21.40 Doon 4.90 Month Twin Gulick Bldg. 210 off duty or 400 two months, from middle of March beautiful El Vll. NOV
S Sie 15.50 Down 3 40 Month So- on duty. to middle May. Telephone 2-0170. Willlams' Sant Clar Beac a...
f leds 4300 Down 1000 Month t 2 d m rrl ..
n ing Chairs fom 3.00 Modern FOR SALE. 1949 Packard Sedan. FOR S L 2 bedroom. refr
ossC T-blar CharS d 8.5 Coil $850 00. $150 00 down. House FOR SALE Rnges. haq. Jl5.I
rings 25 00 Braond N Mat- 100 No. 4, Gamboa. Except week-e nds
tresses from 1500 ITwinl Many FORD PICK-UP 52, ii ton, almost MisCellaneoU illip Oceanside cotes, Santo FU
dther Bargains in New and Used new. a bargain. Call Panama 2- FOR SALE:-Golde squirrel mon- Clara, Box 435, Balboa. P
Furnture 2064CREDIT keys.Intelligent, young. $10.00
Sowsehold Exchange HXi .41 Na- FOR SALE-1942 Willys. Very good each. Zoo hotel El Panama.F
cional Ae Auto Rowi Tel condihon. Can be financed, bar-* Phone Jungle Jim 3-1660. Pan-
; 3.4911. gain Tel 2-4624. ama H oueS
OR SALE Double bed., wardrobe. FOR SALE -5 tires. 700 x 16, 4
S bth maL gny and modbe n. Bar-. ply, like new with tubes. $48.00. FOR SALE Communication Re- FOR RENT:-Furnshed three bed-
g ibo Apt.h mah .tudande street No Agenc.as Panamotores, Q street ever National HRD-50T. com- room house, with swimming pool
Telephone 2-4666 Panama. plete with speaker and five coils available, for two months, in Golf
Sepone 2---308. 'FOR SALE 194 Hudson For Gulick 88-252.Heights. Tel. 3-3069.
S WANTED modore Six. 4-dr. Sedan. Leather FOR RENT:- Three bed-ro ch-
upholstery. Good condition Balboa FOR SALE: Radio for 1951-52 let No. 14 in Lefeyfe-Ave. IPrin-
: MiChevrolet. Dash Matching. New. cipal street of Lefavre Pdrk Urbo.-
S '1 *Call Paonama 3-4r10 after 4 p. nization ) One block from via Es-
tvel via "AREA." "the Route of FOR SALE;- 1952 Cushman motor m. pono. Opened for inspation. Ap-
The Good Neighbor NO IN- scooter 3 H.P. Good condition. -ply. Tel. 2-0410, Panormr City.
CREASE INPRICES. .FREE MEALS 2F67-EI Curundu 83-5162. OR SALE.-Iedroom set, 1941.Ford FOR RENT--Three House,
..COCKTAILS! One-way to MIA- FOR SALE 1952 Chevrolet De- Sedan, good condition. Bargain. completely furnished, from M4rch
1 AI, $70.00..NEW YORK. $114 Luxe Sedan. 3,600 miles. Imma- Leaving for States. Call Balboa 2- I to April 1. Telephone after
dX).. ..GUAYAQUIL. $8000.. .. latee condition $1.695. Inquire 1761 or Panma 2-4843. 1.30 p.m. 3-1428. Address:
QUITO. $8600. Round tr to o 1409-D Carr Sr. Balboa. F AL-On nl r 2 50th Street No. 49.
214.00 GUAYAQUIL 14400 PERSONALS 1'4" negative. f 4.5 Ilex-lens. FOR RENT:--Furnished Chalet, two
S .QUITO. Sl40. BOEING 4- RALwith enlarging easel. $30. Phone bedrooms $140.00. For Informo-.
ngine panes. For more details see GEORGE D. BARB, JR., H. I.-Hu- 4-223. House 07-A Coco. tn S Fco e Via Por
ANAMA DISoATCH SERVICE. man Engineering Corrective Struc- FOR .SALE- 1952 Philco deep 6
S 6 Avenida Naoconal. iAutorobile tural Adiustment. 75 Call. Estu. freeze 12 300.06. 1 F R R
lowl, telephone 2-1655. dionte. Telephone 2-5159.. A. Foot Frigidaire 0." 1950 Gas
* NTED TO RENT:-One or two to 8 P. M By appointment, stove 2 ovens Griddle Chrome top
S bedroom apartment or chalet by fD CAI $300 00. Double Beauty rest box A
northh American couple with no FOR SALE springs & mattress $75.00. Youth.
3thildren. Phone -1848 Estatebed & inner spring mattrea $30.
R Deal Estate 00. 3 Cushion couch slip cow m an .-
FOR SA :LE ,FOR SALE:-Concrete house alim- $50.00. Hag olmi Rdb p shed
num roof. tuncillo 27 mils rd per $ .0. Phone
SA -Cushman Scooter ax Ion. $5.000,00. 6547-5 M2.
unt coition No. 54 Hus i, Telephone 5-487 Gatun. 0R ba Ai r Compressor for 2*
SN w Phone Ilboa 2- FOR SALE :--Home inOrk t sALE:-B thin tI .. l
Soro Arn Mar- rnch ll watered & 00No. VCall P a 24630.
S4 JorR GarcaTto PO large bedrooms, 3 tlrge clots &_
;uo la uar large livingroom, dinette & kit-FOR SALE:- Trcal ysh an d ar FOR T. Funisl
SAonval Willca. Ga de che d, car port. tile floors 2,000 Yelew gs 40c. TuxnIdoV gh *
both. 260 ft. frontage,, fenced. table. Bsby's bothlnite. TL, 2-'-
Ou Pabto Aroemn. T- Remeonanly. priced. Caol Cristobol 37705 b ll
3I, -1676 or see at No. 32 Calle
lr Matide non andi Guar CarhicodS a Cla ra. Burkle. .0 FOR SALE:-Bathicnette $8..00 U Cr, b
1 Naarro andi Tollr. Day" Boxrose-.'AftbRe W. Frankly d Hou 54- -_ _
Ss "Ma ar FORac SALE;i 0 Here ts Improved spring, ierspring mares. $40-
hts: Moro o Ma- sttle ranch. Well wate redi & Call Panama 2-4
Tuedia Re Oarcia, Tto Po- stocked withe cattle brood mores r
FuOde Is nGuardia, Mario colts. Excellent soil, lies well. FOR SALE-- Tropical ilh Red 6 FOR iN
a. n, Adolfo mMa Gary de good buildings elevation 2,000 Yellow Wags 40c. Tuxedo Va- both
am Ni Pabto Arosaemena. To- feetie On R. R. near Son Andres. ritfis 30. Zebra Dam 25c. Meals if
B d partno s and In osdtumes Chiriqur. Titled. Price $25.000. Ple- o bring continer als
are all ke or de nd With stock Write W. Franklin, d ry Bird. H e 54-
ta sinCrle motif. Under present law-which 54, P i
our days of Carnival, up fBox r06.Bal boa. 57, Diablo Cottage..
the ladies of and Panama o served as uch Man
1 1 lt tfc ^i i i. u to b e
Jmnewelry foratdrive New Bi
.b oe a t fr~,no, ,eve:- Dentists, Doctors BoatFL, & M. oto the i
of danci n da the _da_ o mb91, dCeili n h ne.
he .ac Servdicle'vce credits FOR SALE:-- Motor., transmission. .C Avue.
S ayn comes Mamarracho reo rnd doors. steering, othe P r se
SB when any kJind of co- WAHINGTON. Feb. 13 (UP)- '38 Chev. 4th St. Parus thLefa ereFOR 4
i tl em ore comical the Rep. Walter H. Judd (R-Min *) 1st house on left. tfo a stoveli
the order of the Introduced today a bill to ive
Club lPo physicians and dentists credit e i
Tuesda-evenenln t "CoamR- under the so-oalled 'doctor drath' e-
Night" groups appear at for time spent in military er- front
at are a alike or designed to Ing at government expense. 6o-
nnt a single motif. Under present Iap-which iteH dMI R -L
a four days of Carnival, ufor renewal July-uch
l be Informal a fternoonI ce Is not counted. Judd sA w 602.
h up and down the main some O hysicians and de film No UN m ui u uth r
us of Colon and Panama who served as much the eR n
Ilnest turnouts are ex- years in the milli"tar, I el S1OUL. Feb. It (Uattacks a
on Sunday and Tuesday combat duty, and who then Weau Plit an.. RCommunistsr th e
to medical school under a Noy- G Maxwell D. fta r a
e Carnival Classic will be ernment-sponsored training pro- front lines in Korea today with
pSunday at Juan Franco isram, now are being denied crd- savage infantry attacks that
It for this service in considering forced his men back temporarlv WA
W tivities will close at dawn whether they wil be picked for in two sectors.
.h Wednesday when the military duty.a
om Club, El Panama and oth- The new commander in chief AI ImS. n*
-places of entertainment state f he ig oof- U tU
lown versions of the time-o h lig'the front lines-'-to jetbete
o From Philadelphia first time since he guloo ld
ed Cross Needs World Theater Gen. James A. VSanMted-
Piddies' Clothing HILADELPHIA. Feb. 13 'UP) Striking after a two-day lull
"Iothing of all kinds, but par- The Char ley Chaplin fT lm forced by bad weather, the
tlaIrly children's clothing, isiwas lifted from the Chinese Reds sent three I-
litty needed for distribution World Theater here four weeks toors on two attacks saofthe,
r venue., New Cristobal. 'was replaced yea rday, at the regular meeting plesi. J i. ,
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FOR SALE IMMEDIATE DELWERY .
1953 PACKARD CLIPPER DELUXE CLUB COUFE
On Cr!stobal Pier for Capal Zone direct delivery price.
Two tone naint, Yosemite Blue and Caehulna Cfapa,
Stan '-".d Tran'-r-v'son, Radio, Heater. Cadl Mamger
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the Rdbhs av bWe a w air & e a Kwweal pea E"t to ladto nmCnA *i
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qght Bids Made
'j for Purchase Of
CZ Coaling Plant
Eight offers were received for
the purchase and removal of the
Crilstobal Coaling Plan t, of
which two were received locally
and the others were filed with
the New York Office of the Ca-
The two bids filed locally were
entered by A. L. Livingston, of
Cristobal. and the Port Iron and
Supply Company, of Port Arthur.
Apparent high bidder for the
purchase of the Coaling Pjant
was the Sheldon Steel Company,
a States firmn, which entered an
offer of $33,888 under one of the
two alternate plans offered, and
$38,888 under the second alter-
Only brief summaries have
been received by radiogram of
the offers entered by the various
United States firms and it is ex-
pected that it will be several
days before an analysis of the
bids can be completed and an
In addition to the Coaling
Plant proper whichh is to be sold
J for scrap, bids were opened at
Sthe same time for the purchase
and removal of the railroad
Bridge across the old French Ca-
.~rLAMINGO DIP-ITt's not nal which served the Coaling
enmdget atomic bomb exploding. I Plant. and for a lot of miscel-
st a long-legged flamingo with laneous scrap metal. Six bids
Its head under water searching were received for the purchase
Sfor food at the London zoo. of the railroad bridge and five
were entered for the purchase of
the scrap metal. The Monon-
gahela Company entered the ap-
parent high bids on both items,
SAF School with an offer of $1,255 for. the
T$1(0bridge and $375 for the miscel-
laneous scrap, which consists of
about, 300 tons of metal.
* hTighway Fund Haitan Wealth
L~~a Wealt I.. ...
lWialry and civilian person-
Bel Of tne USAF School ior
S Latin America at AlDrook Air
lotce Base this afternoon turn-
q Q over a check for $100 tovWards
Construction of the Pan
Azierican high% ay.
t. Col. Harry M. Albaugh, the
Bool Commandant. unoillcial-
lI represented the U. S. per-on-
r 4 _who volunteered donations
presented the check to Wil-
a a Bright Jr.. presic'.'nt of the
l S Cluo. The colonel told
right there would be more mo-
neyl in a few csl.s-"tnjugh to
raWe our total contrloution to
100 sacks of cement."
i, th Aloaugh were Miss Ma-
tir L. Moreira. chosen by the
dtillan employes to represent
Ajf t at the brief ceremony. and
$tWdent Pedro 0. Mui'oz. chief
of the Mexican students and re-
i renting the student body.
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Actress Marie Wilson, above,
Wial be your secretary for one
&ay. All you have to do is make
Soe larjget contribution of any.
*Oe ig tte. ceuntmy to the Marcih
,Dt DIes, during the presjit
rea* ein. -This Is the second'
fer that Marie has made the.
To Be Increased
By Point-4 Plans
UNITED NATIONS,. New York.
February 13 iUSIS)-Within the
next ten years Haiti will have in-
creased her national wealth 20
to 25 times, according to Arthur
Wakefield, Resident Representa-
tive In Haiti for the UN Tech-
nical Assistance Board.
Wakefield expects this increas-
ed wealth to result from develop-
ment projects undertaken by
Haiti In cooperation with the
United Nations a n d United
States' Point Four program.
Wakefield. who has been Resi-
dent Representative in Haiti for
three years, made the statement
in New York before leaving New
York to become the Technical
Resident Representative in Bur-
I e said that the technicians
working h %W in Haiti Lad
eticounter-no t fileultf In fi-
laborating with Point Four itaft
members. He emphasized* that
the objective of all such field
personnel is to complete their
projects as quickly as possible
and turd them over to Haitian
He said he was especially im-
pressed by the results of the
campaign against yaws. adding
that many thousand persons
formerly crippled by the disease
are now employable.
Tonight 10:30 P.M.
* Bud ABBOTT
* Lou COSTELLO
Alee ou m n funnyman from ...,j% -
done it again. It The White Suit," which
shown tomorrow I .er Va vista Theater, he has created w
of his most hltarl ge t ctes yet. ..
Assisted by Jamc, Cecil Parker and a AOtUd-tWk
that can only1,e, i as a rib-tickling rhythmic guS le,
Guinness romp 'tb0t f., filUm to high honors as a research
chemist who Inven am ludestructible fabric that rqpes I..-
After s5everalex failures he succeeds with his dimov-
ery. and then itles really begin.
Since the cloth 'l93 never wear out it is certain to destloy
the entire textle 1fl.sy In short- time, affecting Indtlta
as well as wore-.. Join forces to suppress the I veton
and set in mot aeres of events which leads to a climactic
chase in the l the night.. Suffice It to say that the di-
lemma Is resolvedWl.h the proper touch of absurdity.
IT'S S WOW TIME TONIGHT j
Pa m .l
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DIFFERENT! UNUiALI STRANGE! ROMANTIC
"ANGEL WITH A TRUMPET"
with PAULA WESLEY PAU !,O5IlRB
TOMORROW WEEK-END RELEASE!
THE MOST ImAEIOUS COMEDY EVER BROUOGH-
TO THE SCBEENI
"Another triumph for one of the fnes) "
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Wader d ued4 and the Neighbor-
ho O a n will take it to
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Chile wedged between the giajestic Andes
and the pounding surf of the Pacific Ocean is a
land of beautiful varied scenery. Only a few hours
from Santiago you have gleealfg-white beaches
and the magnificent lake disicit., Chile is an
all-the-year-round holiday c-a"s Wonderful hotels
everywhere. For an udmoretwa vacation fly to
Chile via Panagre. 8 flights wei; huriou
El Inter Americano and i Pacifico, only
tourist service with pmrewr m a d DC-GB'L
Cna* yew TmvW Ae or w am t jfeam ahmp
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new ~a-frt living room to kitchen, if you belt
Tiw Forces or if you have a steady job. .
R mapfiEN EL EJERCITO: Ests a as oferts especi I p
IMliser oPr 1 vbu
11 m1auy of Dal.
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MAKE JUST ONE ACCOUNT
STOVES and REFRIGERATORS for your kitchen
LIVING.ROOM, BEDROOM, DINING-ROOM Sets
RUGS --1METAL.BREAKFAST sets SPRINGS WASHERS
MATTRESSES LAMPS RADIOS BAMBOO
LNOLE MS BICYCLES SIMMONS Sfaa
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PAGE TEN THE PANAMA AMERICAN .-. A WigPEwsWI DAILY W. j -
|'Class 'A' Stars Reappear 'morrow
Gets Another Stiff Test NRAP & SKEET SHOOTES G
-s..eUNDER THE LIGHTSERTE I
Bill Cunningham. manager'of .
Juan Franco's Class "A" Imported thoroughbreds return to the and Trap Ranges, wahe ato Sears Trounce Firemen to' ). Struck out by MeoWm Toa PitmULj hur t f
* he racing wars tomorrow afternoon in the featured $1,000 seven announce that toght. Feb. 13, First.HalfTitlen 2. f sea s Oul n "
furlong feature after one month's inactivity. A sufficient num- starting at 7 p. m.. skebt and F H t 2 ChaseR HUdo s NaU mA a
ter of horses were not entered to race against track champion trap shooting will be open to PACIFIC LITTLE LEAI e 2. tg
Royal Alligator during that period, hence the one month respite. the public.e2 it
The seven-horse field of topnotchers this time includes two Night shooting, enjoyed by The Standings p Watson I hwaraor Id '
Class "B" gallopers Pavero and Esplendor whose owners re- most of the club in the States, ( ea e
quested that they be moved up to the top class because there will has proven a great success. To- Umpe ranc nd
be no race this weekendifor the second fighters. dav the best way to learn to eam9 Sre Mof m" 12-
The experts seem to be of the opinion that the Alligator is shoot a shotgun la on only tar- Firemen 8 2i d broo m o.
the horse to beat. His previous time out. Royal Alligator conced- gets at trap, or on the skeet Fiem1414 5 5 ,
ed from 1i to 29 pounds to the opposition and came home a win- ti ld. The profit? Well. it Im- MGE 14 3 7 In a amt wblh W b
ncr by a neck over Anglia. That was Jan. 11. This time the proves that shooting of ducks Po 1 T 7 W, bits on m Com i an
Alligator will be asked to give away from 20 to 30 pounds to his or quail at hunting Peol ife *2 7 oI lr r tn
contenders. Can he do it? The answer will be given tomorrow. This will be the first "under o u their only
The consistent Anglia and former championship aspirant the lights" shooting on the homers
Booji. who returns from a layoff. are considered Royal Alliator's Pacific side. Come on out to- YESTERDAY'S RESULT D alo e wask
main contenders. Chilean newcomer Esplendor who performed night and meet theigang. ... no -- |-fl fourth with bAWIS1
miserably last week is sure to get considerable backing in the mu-doubt there will be someone Sears 20, Firemen 3 he cou l repeat a
tuels also. The Bendeguz-Chablis entry. rank outsiders, round there you already know.... er. .'
Another point of interest in tomorrow's program will be the Capt. Tdon e l unning- Lincoln Life vs. Police TAM ,STA pDt r i
ait of then reportely hieh-nrierd Ameprican horoughbred ham, T. J. and Mary Tassin (our Won Lost P rt. Awt I t down U i
Cone's Edgar. This five-year-old bay son of Fenelon-Penan ey laddy shooter d Frn Te es aCatalog Boys over- im s .b .
W wserab lyl flown here from Miamidallegedly to compete Aav and Herbie NortonPOP whelmed the F2,lmen 20-3 to In4urance. 11 0 1.000 scorebo peatd r i .. "
n thefort ming big classic races later in the year. Sander Tom orge r Lee win the irst half bunting the C ......8 3 .72one
oes in the forywithcomi ngbiclassicraces le t.417 Per era, er, JhrJ .4r ar ., .-
The program:int o rasborderS. Keeling.LPacifi Lit e LeagueB TaxterAs ......... 4 8 .333Q r.l...d tw.... .;,,
1-Consentida E. Ortega 117x 1-Paques v. oen 10x try calling them. s 1o d they will his fifth win while holding the een alt
2-Caaveral Chans 114 2-Carteado A. Phillps 114 be glad to help you outi S okes to three runs on three 12 ters 4 w' *
3-Mochito B. Agulrre 110 3-Interlude A. Ubidla 107 hits striking out sixa T6 l at1 s- game: t :;
4-Rio Mar V. Rodriguez 117i 4-La Chata K. Flores 112 For those who pa yet haven't ing two. Tommy lost a game to 1 VIMI
5-Malaya R. G6mez 110 5 Cradle Song A. Rodrgl 11 been out to our Skeet and Trap the remen thelas tetiithe CPan L1 euldooeunIt ae cotued-
S T-Volador R. Guerra 109x 6-Mosqueton R. Guerra 112x nge,. we would like totell you two teams t to or his only low. O tO i5 5 .. "
.f-Romantico Gongora 103x Secoroad (the road which turns mound for the losers and was
R C .---ToNa tnes 1 9th Race-- Impod.-J t Fgs. arthe right before you get to relieved by Jeff Kline In the Firemen's Insurance h hmt
1 -B.ijagual K. Flores 110 Purse $375.00 Pool closes 5:40 turn right against the firso t by Frhdde Huddleston. v rligd JohnP-tro scored anoth'thI Aihbrook its
ed. ace-T' Native /. l ehia D A hard top road. Th club grounds TheCatlogB collected er win yesterday when 'h set 01d W
d1F.tD. D'At'drea 114 areltop Thed clubatru..theetotl.ter'- Al. Miller ,:own to the
Purseral50.0- hanlse115 3-Babyrtaol V. Castillo 114 hillad tand total of 18 hrei off three d' e.
Purse $250.00 Pool closes 1:15 located at the top of t rio of hurlers With Curt tu it o of 12%D four.
ad Caen A. Vquez 4-Corista A. Rodriguez 120 Refreshments will 0 available Schwa r=fock ge 2 o athe gns ecatutaa nor -
.-Souvenir A. Ubidia 100 un eer_ A. Ubdia 107 on the grounds. Be sure to make T y rt or Johnn about the gameexcept that r
4-Duque Malon G. Graell 112 oit a leint to come out ton ght aton 4 for 5 Dave E wn a enm ero r PR
5..Halay~na R. Chuna lie 5-un C heerade A, Ubodi fr 107 o een th god eurent ande T aptho Dureen te fr 4m o tehtraspters stold In aease-another to .
---ec11th Race-HH"1 Imported-M orsmtha i diffeeted 2 for .t4 ad o n sse Crawford 2. score t heir h 'h P .
Prse$400.00-Poolacloses-- M i citing for all who like shooting, for 4.eb eg.
rd. Race-"E" Natives-7 Fgs. Pr e $400.00 -P l es See you tonight! o doubt, were Tlammed out h o meh n tSo touch Pstrd o .n-da ,
Purse $275.00 Pool closes 1:45 2-Astoria R. Gu ira 103x r by Sears with Dirfee and Biaon- were Bob. Mediner withat taoui sr An er on -
M. :J Bravo112B.Browniesr Bombers 2 aone M HeroH uite witha mo e-
-rran n V. Ortega 113 5-Arkansas E. Corcho 117x dro eah. Chase within an d i le double in first and Hime withof RO. Vanadoe and Frank Ba, .,
5-Campesaino A. Vasquez 112 In Cruia _D double anwh Anh Lrlesweeteo a n a single l the fift h.
S-Villarreal 0. Castillo 118o r C"Pee olan ofeg ar sA most batters bit.at I.
TF rementos ol e i of fa than in11
S;' lLayne r is n P t. TonightIn Pro Loop, l l i" iBi I'
Purse $275.00 Pool closes I5 s o V a ti o 1 he tr 2:20f aurGo 1 the*i auwe here w thrne e ...,
%-!-Don Joaquin A. Gonzlz. 106x ,yPANAMA PRO LEAGUE first Alf wa 0 le
L-La Gringa) 0. CastilloV 108 os A t w R(Freheieb. 20) when th e otrI- 2 i
-Enrquetan)e .. A. Ubidia .107.6 n ee I Ta n Te ou n Lost Pet e. o a t s m eebt a ea .
-Golden Pick R. Ycaza ll1x Bombers .......19 14 .576 Park.
--lMtandinga J. Bravo 120 I N Bronles........ 19 14 .57.
7-Tap Lady B. Aguirre 112 T Bluebirds17 ....,F 1ad .-500 The boxr: d A'e .. .. 3|.. ..
.-Peggy S. Lasso l Sbx I sI VY. rtegia Yankees .......12 Z- 51* *b .lnt
.-Duque R. Guerra 1061 SEARS a3.". 0 1
1-Juan Huincho V. Rdgz. 117x Tonight's Games: ** 1
-Prtonh J.- ha F By UNITED PRESS Panama Stadium: Brownies vs AB R 1O A ......3 1
th Rae-"I" Imported- F.ers (2. McKeown p 5 1 1 N ouss lf......3 1 1
Purse 5375.00 Pool closes 2:55 If the beating college grad R. Watson, as 5 2 2 0 1rf0............ I 1 0
1-Full R. G6mes 110 Chuck Davey took is an In- Last Night's Results: Schwarzrock, 3b 4 4 3 1 2 N 'at '--9.0 2 1 0
2-Royal Claim A. Rodrgez. 120 dication, Roland La tarza First Game: Bluebirds 11, Yan- Duree. C 4 3 3 7 HI E ct ......I...... 1 0
3-oVad R. Kellman 120 may have his hands full to- kees 3 (seven innings). J. Watson, 2b 5 2 4 0 2 Nch ,. .C.. T-2 0 0
-Conde Leal I. Dario III night in New York. Toe part. Sceond Game: Bluebirds 4, Yan- Risenmann, cf 4 1 2 0 0 I
tiue City Collee ofwNew York kees1. Bailey. rf 1 0 0 0 0 --Totals ..... ...2. 5
student tangles with Re F Prill, rf 4 1 0 0 0. CAA. A
6th Race-"D" Imported- 'Mile Layne of Lewiston, Utah. A Tonight the league leading Crawford, lb 4 2 2 9 0 CA- EL R.
Purse 5600.00 Pool oses 3:35 shot at the heavyweight title Bombers and Brownies will try Marshall, 11 1 1 0 0 0 blene, b ......... 2
1-Coragglio 0. ChanV s 120 goes to the winner, to break their deadlock when Conklin, c r 3 1 0 0 Plkeraon, 2b 1 .... t 1
2-Piropo I. B. Agulrre 120 they meet in a doubleheader at cms.... .... 1 1
5-Coynes Edgar A. Rodrgz. 115 a June bout with the winner of bury will hurl for the Colonites FIREMEN or .,0
$-Mingo F. Ramos 120 the April 10 fight in Chicago while Ronnie Hagler and Mike K ef... ...S '
between Champion Rocky Forline will pitch for the Bomb- AB R-p P A 1 lr,at cf...... .0 0
7th Race-'A" Imported-7 Fts. Marciano and ex-Cham Joe ers. Huddleston. 2b-p 1 2 1 1 1 f..........
Purse 5100.000-Pool closes 4:05 Walcott. Marclano alrea BChase. p-3b-lb 3 0 2 1 300 D J.........
1-Bendeguz) C. Gonzalez 96 beaten both La Starsa a A double victo for either night, 1 0 0 0 oe, ......... '
2-Chablis s M. Arosmna. 99 Layne. LaStarsa beaten team will clinch he league meon,3b- 2 0 0 0
3-Pavere) 0. Chanis III In his first 37 bouts when he shainpionship. Terry s 3 0 0 3 1-------1
4-A lLa Flores 16 dropped a spilt decision to Las night the Bluebirds won Randel, lbb 3 0 0 0 ..
5-Royal Alligatoi Aguirre 126 Marclano. Layne met Marciano twie. over the last place Yan- aln f- i3 3 0 0 '0 y "i. "
-BJspandor AUdi 16 In 1951 and was stopped In six ke11-3 and 4-1. Jose Magalla- Townsend. cf 2 0 i
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th, Race-"H" Imported-- le The odds-makers rate omade- s ea~.n J aMese rn er e ....r.
Purse $400.00 Pool closes 4:40 son Square Garden bout a the losers SREt BY .. a
2-Cauall a K. Fore 115 r hc ias 52 Is and othre Alonso Braht hesudt Seharnrcmsn 3 0 5 2 10 18I "
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5. ROYAL ALLIGATOR ...... B. Aguirre (3) 126 LIG
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PINOLE. Calif.. Feb. 13 UP'- "'Let the p w pe know the truathd l astry Wis s le
FBI agents and Army intelli- ".. i
gence officers searched today TWENTY-EIGH1 B YEAR. PANAMA,;-L 1
lor signs of -possible sabotage A 3 f i '1 I
in an "earthquake-like" powder
least 12 persons and injured s3x.
the dsa60 rous bPistos, 5 7 Ri
rumbled out of the Hercules *
Powder Company's dynamite Nig "
shack yesterday. Ae
liquid explosives in the No hkin Al ed S
When fire broke out shortly be-
tore 1 p.m. i. it i
DALLAS, Tex., Feb. 13 (UP) Assistant U.S. attorne-y Wilai "It some of our uMs wound Ip
Seconds later, as other em- Two of 12 men charged with op- Cantrell, Jr., estimated the tot iI Mexico that's either. hare
ployes hurried to help put out erating the biggest Run smug- value of the arms and "Impli nor there nor any buslne, of
-the blaze, the shack exploded gling ring In recent years said ments of war" 'ia 1t6 000 aNa otrs." .
It their faces, today they "couldn't be held re- said be was stronglyl suspicious"
The blast rocked a three- sponsible" if arms they sold got that some of the reached Juan Isnaelo i uetesa f Dt a
county region In this bay area Into Mexico and into the hands enemies of this cot itry. rango, Mexi, what
]'ar San Francisco and sent an of enemies of this country. id had been
afomic-like mushroom of smoke A third defendant ridiculed Randle said his firm had never UmmniU4o0 fLu, d
hundreds of feet into the air. the charges of a U.S. grand jury shipped anything to Mexico.en aeouvt, U t. a
The smoke column could be seen by saying it was "nothing" for "We've sold and am- the dtment tht
for at least 20 miles, the amount of guns covered In munition to Mixn am in this
Medical and disaster crews its Indictment to be smuggled country," he salad.
worked into the night treating Into Mexico over a five-year pe- *
ninred and trying to determine riod. "Some of it apparently wv. | iaalh i AIh
how many men had been killed. The grand jury cited 11 counts found in Mexue and they made W1 1 WJue
Shortly before midnight. the in Its 25-page indictment return- us a party to thia nt." "U
county coroner's office at near- ed yesterday. Randle said hehsad shipped as r '
bY Richmond announced that 12 It" said that 760 pistols and much as 20 pistols to Edward A. A
persons definitely were missing revolvers, 257 rifles, 455,0M Beckelhymer of Laredo (one of Us I
and Presumed derd. rounds of ammunition and five the merchants also Indictedi but
Parts of bodies were scat- pounds of smokeless powder added 'that's not much for a
tered all over the disaster had been smuggled from this dealer."
area. The coroner's office said country Into Madeoo during the At Laredo, Beckelhymr, one WAaINGTON, Feb. (
*~jad five bodies there and year 1947 to 195 In violation the city's leading tlsen,4 -AS anti tia
several more were in "sacks of the Neutraty Act'ef 199. the fact some of the I isy tit r
training segments of Thurman Randle and Thomas been found In Mexico de 't on- g e
segments D. Park of Dallas, doing business cern him. as dhe -
Offleials were essir istic a- as Thurman Randle and Co.. a W aton'
6$ut chances of earning what bi Run and camera store, were "We sell Rung over the counter
started the thundering explo- changed with furnishing the at our store," he said. 5,e
Jon, which was recorded on the contraband. If a Tman Is not a known of B'n 'rith" I brf .1i
University: of California ses-c criminal, we can sell him a gfuan cy, a'd a, stdr 0. -
mogzph 11 miles away.Mowcit,..1.,. cet Coach purg
tual damage to plant fac- A Names New I don't hpen to know it, tha
ti was comparatively small, a leal sale. r as
about $50,000. because the shack g| r '
in which the explosion occurred -p dant
was isolated from other build- L K LL LO-L4ifi gPtfqId to ,.
aRS. charge o ntern
Earthquake Levels theM p' eIsai ntlca
UH |u anu. i fi| MAa ua charges lvelld agatst Jews In
Sev s the "protocols.".
Mountain Village Heru .e S "
If there is enough representa-.ma, said the, "p
Cn f sI^tion from each group belonging learned e 0 o'. were
for f Ato the Canal Zone Emergency "iwented"A,the
Legislative and Pinance Ca= a century ago and vba
TBHERAiN, Feb. 13 (UP)-Ra- ttee, t's co-chairman H. D. aued ince by Adolf tit1w *
dio Teheran announced today aymond said today, he would "'nti-Semites."
that 1,450 out of 1,500 inhabit- a special meeting to act on
ants of the village of Toroud the organization's by-laws.
which rooked the Elburz moun- Raymond's reaction was in re- hvN To N s
tains yesterday. sponse to a query by The Pana-
The three-minute quake com- ma American as to hib lqtentions &. Vu s
pletely levelled the village. on about calling the the-meeting
located in the Shah Rud river which was urged yesterday by
valley' about 120 miles northeast members of the Pacific Civic R i leUI- Lfle l'
of Teheran. Council.
"If it is the wish of the repre-
Other villages in the great El-; sentatives," Raymond aid. "we BOSTON, Mass., (Feb. I P )
burz Range which divides the will definitely call a special A Boston version of w ,l
Teheran plateau from the Cas- eating." Rqekefeller' C te on,
plan Sea were also hit by the the site of &~a_0 0
nuake but the extent of casual- He added however, that It next fve years.
was not yet known. would also depend on whether A contract with the
The quake was felt as far the different representatives of Albany Railroad to pu
away as Teheran, but no casual- the CZELC were p repred toyard for $4,500,000 w
ties nor damage were caused take action on the by-laws. It here last night by
here would have to 'be determined, ens, member of a New
The stricken area, In Mazan- Rymond said, whether all the dictate which ann
deran province high among the groups have bad time to read and for a $75,000,000 de
eanSprvly snow-capped peaks William R. MeElhannon, Pan digest the bt-laws before they The same syndicate W
al ze lburz. Is almet corn- American World Airways' sta- could approve them. York's Empire build '
ly inaccessible to mode ton manager at San Juan, Puer- So far, Ram d said, he had 8tevens, .4-year-r
tomoderto Rico, during the last year, is been cot m by e head of from Ann ,Habor
the nearest railway and high- being transferred to the same the General C.i..e C.cs, Sher- forced out of col eg .B
wa are 50 miles away and can post In Panama City. man srooks, 1tb 'a request to presmon In 1931. and
reached only by tortuous and McElhannon, effective March call a special mMe ng. One oth- work as a grease m
ty trips by mule and foot 1, will assist Elton D. Todd, who er organiatiw n belongs to a week.
lhr~mu rocky and barren has been serving in a dual capa- the rent commltW ie Atlantic Hesoon Joined ror
mountain passes. city as station manager and side Women's'Cho* spoke to Dlt roet ste '
i* P r _____senior representative for PAA l Raymond as to t l neessity of 1951 0i they4l i B
i* dm ie ePanama. Todd. as senior repro- the meeting. S
tentative, will continue to be In Members of th .Paific Civic Inog $1 4ashimnb&
charge of the company's opera-' Council yesterday urged at their Stevens construe
tons In Panama. meeting that the by-laws be start in about two y
O fl A native of Big Spring, Texas U d ASoon O t t ..
6 S Wu MeElhannon Is no stranger' to b i- LC an ..u..es" two offi. building a
' ( d Panama. where he served brief- bals." an und ound
ly as airport manager in 1940, an
CaPsi g shortly after joining PAA. He The regular scheduled meet-..
f"':- T >B'O A R D PR E SBBI D EN T subsequ tly w as assigned to sev- f o f th rent c ,,m' tt ,e take fo ra w Ithin five y
BAOARD PRESIDENT eral sta ons ln Afica i con- for March 9. "s set a report f r ea st,
CF. Off Yokohama, Feb. 13- nectlon with Pan American's from chairman Rufu, Leerdy i r lS fr
WF)-Ixhausted U. S. crewmen wartime Africa-Orient opera- can be heard. He s now to, Stevens identified.l
Japanese fireboata brought tios under contract with the W b Sington otacitg astta r s a Broadway "angel,"
control today the b last United States Air Transport neys there for the zent epunlt. besk d the current hit
borlE n fire smouldering inCommand tee. i'Pot.oer," *. ",
.hol0d of the 7,25-ton Amer- He left the company to serve .
lPr:dadent Lines freighter in the United States Army, where
maaent Pierce. he attained the rank of major.
The ship was dangerously Rejoinin Pan American in1
ear capszing from the tons of 1950, Mclannon has been sta-
woter poured into its holds dur- tlon manager at Miami: Port of
the 4 hours the fires blazed. pain. Trinidad; Cludad Twuji-
PFrederick Willarts re-o D ominican Republic, and
lind to bring the Pierce in D c Ru ,
y: fam s Inner harbor to-. I e agine n is a graduate of
E Thef e salv ew lan as A. nd M t.n College
5L :dy al the ship'a 7,000 tos hn A A-,ph1 in
TOKYO. Feb. 13 (UP)-A two-
engine U. 8. Air Force ampl -
blan crashd into Mt. Kazasbi
on Kyushu Island. Jaspav today
S killing eight persons .
& The dead included an Army
s sergeant, his wife, a nurse endi
S five Air Force crewmen.
The plane was flying the Arny
sergeant's wife, am air avaoum-
tion patient, from Bepa --
The Air Force said the plhae DWAM In W WS -6
crashed into the side of )th or is mwaSed gby
Strios mountain, about two mells his OUmbiX 0 .,a
on sr.gs ww ami southwest om Moll on the nodrth- a M e Md
ern Un of Kyushu Island. There 39 cobts wfo Msta MA
were no survivors.
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