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WEST BANKING YET
Dear. Ditch Digger. 11:
S What's all this about new employee association, credit union
apd Cocoll Clubhouse? I know one better rumor has it that
your big shot man over there has his new association accepting
ds for concessions that ain't even advertised. LEGAL? What
he does is always legal didn't ya know.
So much for all dat mess. Did ya know that this big shot
man has a dual responsibility? Ya didn't. Well he la supposed to
protect management and the employee by guaranteeing each their
rights. Does he do this? Of course, he does. He guarantees
management the right to penalize civilian employes for traffic
otfenses committed during their own free time and then advises
the civilian to go talk to the Security officer and see what he
cln do for them.
SIt happens lhat the civilian employee's rights, guaranteed In
S tils case by th eConstitution of the United States, are relegated
to a back seat so that the Commanding Offloer's boy can lay ye,
yes sir. to the old man and possibly cause the latter some embar-
rassment later on. It happens that quite a few years ago this
same big shot man was told by Washington that you can't penal-
S IMp a man's employment for miractions committed on his own
S tune. Dat's what the CIVIL AUTHORITIES are dere for.
i I think all the ditch diggers should line up and sign a petl-
S tn to the Navy asking dem to please give a ruling for the bene-
fit of this big shot man as to what he can and can't do to civil-
S i ns. I don't blame the old man. He accustomed to the military
codes and Iak tp rely and depend on big shot man to give hip de
. correct dope,. Maybe bfr shot man never heard of the Fourteenth
Amendmentror better maybe he never heard of the Constittion..
SFor his benefit, author unknown:
S "WHIW THE. CONSTITUTION 18 OPENLY INADED, WHEN
k fE FIRST ORIGINAL RIGHT OF THE PEOPIB, FRQ WICHI
ALL LAWS DERIVE THEIR AUTHORITY, IS DIREC AT-
'-ACKED, INFERIOR GRIEVANCES NATURALLY OW HEIR
WORCE, D ARE SUFFERED TO PASS BY WITIOV~ WIBH-
JMENT OR OBSERVATION." *
Maybe this is what big shot man wants. '
S- Ditch Diges *In t
SSIDE GLANCES By Colbrith
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By- Victor ieel
Nobody wants to be A dead ).
Or a maimed one.
S\For flhtna. the mobs &Ula
labor some union chlefi, WhO do
not believe that discussion ei tte
better part of valor, l;t*1OED
murdered, lugged, bounced out
of bed by hand-made batflt, ps-
ralyzedIn limb, dlisfurd and
halt blinded in eye.
Tet there ae a mea.-
Emil Malny Waltet
second In eonmma iatit
to Union. Theub bethW
and his bretheW .Viut i
been badly wo o hl
took the stand when theK*
fauver crime probe hI DBe
trolt. He blasted the Met. The
gan gs t him a el hir It OIr
Slafghe. rAooq* s tse tb
imoe. And- today a 11 19t
Reader On^B ayflf'*
and mee undek atri sr-
It takes guts to De.the arniea
to stand out in a fiht on tl
$100,000,000 mobs. ttattour-
age to stand up uner the terri-
Spoltlical heat they ~m threw
before they start throw ii& lied.
And one man has made hlml
such a target today, perhaps
more by what he Is a=y p
vately than by what e's done
That man is huf,. cigar-
chewing George May, ne
prelsdent of th APi. For he is
fully aware that he haq onot only
challenged the 80 odd mo lead-
ers on the New York Watefront
and the several hundred gang-
sters who put thel7 own personal
tax on some 40 per cent of th6
nation's foreign trade which
passes through thoport- but
that he has challenged a system
reaching through Chicqag from
coast to coast.
In private he has aid that
the waterfront mobs' most go
and that the 'lifetime' J6 of In-
ernatlonal Longshoremen a A n.
president Joe Ryan Is over. along
with all the "nhumanitt" on
the piers. But has sent
word he doesn't a to quit.
Neither, do the moba wicb con-
trol some 0 -locals.
From a this m wen e eme
a shoettng war. Te s eMf c
lengsberemsi wil be freed to a
eheose bmlaie s n f"el w ae t e o
to threw tegrer ta o esk. o
dockw lopers who g over to
Mean new iiunlo. And oIme A
of t is t ebeeutaj 0
The AFL hl h command has
ot yet t thoeuht out their tactics
end deciding that the fight
MAAS nwrt M&VJ -ra in J-M .- 1
WASHINCVTON-I don't happen to $T* LT "
.ing televlon set, but Ith h
ines In the store wvlnd6w*a and 0n t t d
nt, too. I have so doubt they'll i bii in a
amre ao N MUtma 3ra w .aoI W l ckLr be sl.t
ny other hbad.
1&. "tl .doesn't aevn aoeerns tbe TQle-"lis tL
company, Wt'the ohbairan of it.bard of dire
rs, loa L Po*asB. Horatio Algeis ever thought rurn hia
f a career like hi. .. sa
Pokras was bon in Rus In I0(, came to MB0 to
mercia in 1913, adr~ed a hich tm UA M nmtee..a
came a naturallzed citizen, masrdtoIf the Alcobc
lolianE h w'l bc wide ofurrir wlli
_ 6'iy he wai g t4 o boolegdM iSs!
49- -s&, sA- C
SWin.es A.. ISirits
,ly rded; Cj:thi 'mis
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T. -. s i ft em.
Ie1r6n Au 0
i\ I this the athletic type girl who sits with Mrs. Wilsn's
oy? Have you had any experience in boxing or ujltau?"
kAnswer to Previos P- -
S Anawer to Previous Pumde
Smoke Signols Nmp it 4C
1 Used to smoke 1 Small
tobacco explosions n
8 Smoke source 2 Unoccupied
9 What's left 3 This smokes
when a cigar when burned
is smoked 4 Prevent
'12 Poems S5Obese
SAfresh 6 Accustoms
I4 Ocean 7 Counsel
1I Trite remark 8 Widemouthed 24 Houe part
17 Fondle pitchers thtatsmokes
,I1 Surgisl 9 Garden 25 Sloping walk
thred vegetable 26 Obstructed
9Perusesagai 10 Sow 28 Greek dialect
?21 Wan 11 Head 30 Domesticated
:23 Courtesy title coverings 31 Essential
2 4 To and 16 More being
37 What smoke i senseless 33 Type sizes
sometimes 20 ind of down 35 Tqmorrow
blown 22 Veins of metal (Sp.)
S 34 Greek letters
37 Warning *
U 'Hertoiec -
-.i g Hlide
S ligIanl I-
S0 Arrow poison
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A ouat mtL- em0 iS poun ft.el
;"ta ame e two idt a o"I N
i w e lt want to i
r Jeff (Doe) slo ad.d L t
-gR i sale on ie pwgc w
O Iand Wf:i :s th r.one ht"asbr-hba"d
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Sbeef sstsak at ) entsA
ad and AnerCan bacon aid
Mrs ab three ponds e$r 91
a amasling. -
p 4 .m. the three-abreaut
Sa'lrtamm had to be
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h.is09 hl store closes at
a. OTr Y.
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a away wm to lock the door
pull down t1e ahades," 8aSe
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&rgo and Freight-Ships aid Planes- A1
lReord Flood of Passengers Lewis A. Engel.
Flown Out of Berlin Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fernai
Last Year By PAA des; Laura Flynl; GertrudF
Nearly 100,000 passengers were Flynn; Clarence Foreman; Mr
flown out of Berlin during .1952 and Mrs. Lawrence Fretag; Her
Sby Pan American World Airways, bert Gidus; Mr. and Mrs. Harol
reflecting increased pressure of Goldberg; Richard E. Gordon
refugees from the Soviet-con- Mr. and* Mrs. Samuel Qorman
Strolled zone of Germany. and son; Carleton F. Hallett;
During the month of January, Mr. and Mrs. B. Winston Halll-
the airline flew a record number well; Mr .and Mrs. William Hen.
of 11,817 passengers from Isolated'dricks; Mr. and Mrs. John Her-
Berlin to Western Germany. Of man: Edmund Hilander; Dr. and
last year's total of 99,928 pas- Mrs. E. 8. Hoffman; John M
sengers flown from Berlin, about Horine; and Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
25,000 were refugees. January's lace C. Husted.
totcl included 3,717 refugees, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jaoabson:
nearly a thousand more than the Sophie Krok; Marie C. Lampe;
previous m onth. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald 8. Lowsley;
At the request of both Ameri- Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Lompe; Mr.
can and German authorities, Pan and Mrs. S. Wesley MacConnell;
American In the past nine Dr. and Mrs. John A. Maloney;
months has steadily increased its Ethel Mann; Dr. and Mrs. Henry
flights from Berlin to Western Matez: Mr. and Mrs. P. Moran
Germany and reduced fares by a McConihe; Mathew L. McGrath
third for refugee traffic. and daughter; Dr. and Mrs. G.
With ten services daily out ofIS. McGuire: Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Berlin, Pan American provides McKim; Chester Merryfleld; Mr.
17,000 seats monthly. A company and Mrs. Stephen Moscowltz;
spokesman said that the airline Hilda,Mullenbrock; and John J.
had offered to increase its Berlin Murray.
lift by about 10 per cent. Mrs. WilliamnU. Newlands; Dr.
SS. Z. Nieman and son; Mr. and
S. S. Panama To Sail Mrs. Elmer M. Peddrick; Mr.
For New York Saturday and Mrs. W. R. Pfiaer; General
Four members of the Panama and Mrs. L. A. Pick; Mr. and
Canal Company's Board of Di-'Mrs. George A. Price: Ida Rich-
rectors and their wives are ard; Agnes Richtarsic; Mr. and
scheduled to sail for New York Mrs. Matthew Robinson: Ruth
Saturday on the Panama linerlsalzman; Mr. and Mrs. William
Panama, according to the ad- J. Schoonmaker; Mr. and Mrs.
vance passenger list today. Samuel Schur: Mr. and Mrs.
The .S.. Panama, which arriv- Clint B. Sellars; Dr. Channing C.
ed today from New York will sail simmons; Mr. and Mrs. Law-
one day later than its normal rence A. Slaughter: and Mr. and
schedule this week. The ship Mrs. Gordon D. Smith.
sailed two days later than its1 Dorothy Thropp; Richard J.
usual schedule from New York Tomford; Mr. and Mrs. Middle-
because of delays caused by the ton Train! Mr. and Mrs. Milton
maritime strike. iC. Trott; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
The Board members who will Ul tch; George L. Van Bibber:
be among the 115 passengers sail- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Vine; The
ing Saturday are Lt. Gen. Lewis Rev. Michael J. Wye; and Zane
A. Pick, Edward D. McKim, W. z. Zizz.
R. Pfizer and Matthew Robinson. ---
General Piak is arriving today
on the S.S. Panama while the Drusilla Leach
others have been on the Isthmus
forthe past week or more. They Dies At Home
are imembeib of a special com-
ittee from the Board of Direc- Mrs. Druslla Leach a resident
rs to study various Canal func- of Rio Abajo, died at her home
tion. last night.
T.Te complete advance passen- She is survived by husbandmd
ger list of the Panama follows: John E. Leach. F ru arrange-
Mr. and Mrs. William Ander- ments are to be ann ed later.
son; Mr. and Mrs. John Becker;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blerenger;
Richard Cano; Elinor R. Cook;
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Copeland;
Mr. aand Mrs. Bernard F. Deqil;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas DIMarco;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dolman:
Bertha Ellis; and Mr. and Mrs.
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No 4 TIvoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291 and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
No. 12,179Central Ave. -- Col6 ..
SaI6n de Bdieza Amserlsom to g Store
No. 55 West 12th Street MI i le Ave. PhoBm S C
Agencia Interacional de Pubicatowei s- o er Udigst a
No. 3 Lottery Plana Phaone s34 Pb 4e a nd 9!
FOR SALE FOR SALE
FOR SALE:-Venetion Blinds, will fit FOR SALE:- SUNBEAM TALBOT
in Type 112 house, (1) 38" x SEDAN 1950. The most luxurious
50" green metal, (2) 18" x 60", small car on the isthmus $1.100.-
(21 27" x 16", 17 Wooden 00. Call 83-5111 from 4 to 6 or
blinds 36" x 56", Wooden scal- inspect at 2228 C. Curundu Any-
loped valances (1) 17' 5", (2) time. Duty Paid.
10' 5". House 530 Loro Place FOR SALE:-1947 Chrysler Windsor
(New Ancon Townsite by Ancon Sedan Exceptional $850.00. Room
Laundry). 261 Hotel Tivoli. Balboa 2111.
FOR SALE:- Eleven aluminium ve- FOR SALE:-1948 Nosh Ambassodot
netian blinds for four family Sedan Good Shape $650.00
quarters Phone 2-3384. Balboa 2024-B Curundu 83-6113.
after 4 p-. FOR SALE:-Piymouth. 4 Door Se-
FOR SALE:-Piano in perfect con- dn "49," W.S. Tires Leather
edition cheap. No. 4 Darien street Upholstry, Duty paid. Leaving for
Apt. 1, facing Jordin Bolboo. Te- the states $1185. Phone Balboa
lephone 2-1996. 2-4128, between 5-6 p.m. 1
Help Wanted ~OR SALE:-1l94 Mercury in per-
fect condition, like new. Good
WANTED:Serious maid for gen- price. No. 4 Apt. 1. Darien street.
eral houseword and to accomEany Telephone 2-1996.
single lady. Must have references FOR SALE:-1952 Chevfolet deLuxe
end live-in. ALMACEN ANGELINI Sedan, two tone blue. 3,600 miles.
Central Ave. No. 179, Panami. Exactly like new. 1409-D Carr St. S
WANTED:-Cook maid must have Balboa.
references. Telephone 3-0692
Congrelo. P EKSONALS I
Wanted Position YouR HEALTH PRO-LEMS, for
satisfactory solution, may require a
WANTED:-Port-time work required radical departure into corrective
fby young colored arn-evenlngs. adjustment of the structure to re-
'*Wlift to "Part-time" 134, Pano- lieve the responsible nerve inter-
ma. stating work avoi a'-le. ferentces.
Carnival Toll: 50 Dsaster Servces
(Contianued tromi Vage I)
P. P." revelers. The "Fulmine"r
group, taking Its motif from the
blT-noped comic character, got a fml r
big hand. nW .
Another group announced Raymond T. Schaelet, Direc-
titlf, in .EngUih, asrUAliee ia tor of Disaster Service* Ameri-
Wonderland,' but depleted the can National Red Croas, Wash-
charaters of "The Wizard of ngton, D.C., will arrive in the
e f ?. tFCanal Zone are today.
Jut es for. the comparsa con- Schaeffer, who visited in the
test were 1t-i ftomoza, son of Canal Zone last October, will
'Tacho" Somoa, of Nicaragua, confer with joint Civil Defense
Ouillermo -evilla Sacassa, Nica- officials, mfltary and Canal
raguan Ambassador to the U. 8., zone officials, and Red Cros
and Dr. Gontales Revill of Pa- personnel on civil defense mat-
Officialting at the Union He has bdn connected with Red
Ct. :'fisush buria was Clet 'ross activtlUe sitnee 1931. Hlts
who wpaed the procosa- se ved Qeneral Field Repre-
An Mi t c s hosl a4 c"Mis 1entat9i e 8
mueiFetl. After much BrTef and pointed aslsta$o, to na-
Intoaon It was tosed over in- er of the Mklwed mn e
to the e a the pun rose and has served in, numer dois tr d
waiters be n to serve breakfast relief operation e Pud ing
rt clubpool. drought relief tahe
hAt wtel 1 o P enama ZMarcel ohio-Missssipp Valley od to I
P8 who was chosen as "Mis- 1937. ,
te ianama" on Monday night in.1940 M Schaeffor w as
tok a.uproininent part in last signed s tnbhe A ie-
t's festivitea. At one phase lean Relief Co6nmisson to Eu-
o. the celebration he climbed rope. In ssocdation with ofi-
Intd the minlatre shell float cals of the League of RedCross
which had brought Queen Aurita societies aId the national ed,
I to "Comparsa Night" and cross societies of occupy PO-
clowned fo t h amusement of land and France
patlo-slder's At El Panama, too, war-torn areas for t
the funamalti lasted untia American Red .CVross rel -
dan, when the "sardine" was plies and supervised the Ciper
dU buried In the -swimmng distribution in those coui~tdi
and guesta ordered break- After service In E rope, pi
rapt n dtine and elsewhere, In I1t he
A montuno-cad man, sitting was made deputy comm oner
Alone De Leameps Park, jus oft the League of Red Cram -
rt nig, was the picture of Ash cities commission handling
Wodneaday this morning. United Nations relief for refu-
g e~ees. Schaeffer returned to the t
edicne Drpped United States in March 1940 and
M ed Cicne Dropped was granted a year's-leave of
absence from Red Cross to srVe b
On Swan Itsland head oa he e welfare divLi oa f
n Swan the office of Civil Des,
By Albrook Ptlne Funeral, .ee ..
An Albrook rescue plane was unerol Serne
dropping medicine on Swan Is- r
land at noon today to help a &F Mrs. WalaC
stricken American sea captain.
According to a message receiv- In NY Saturdao
ed early this morning by the
Resoe Coordination Center, Funeral servi s ceaill be he
Capt. Charles E. Talver, skpper Saturday-in New York City or
of the Buccaneer, wfts 3=ing Wo. Stella ,G. Wallace of Bag-
ad feverish er, who died Monday morning ~
A 26th Ai Rescue SA-16 left the Mayo'Clinic in Rocherer.
Albtook at 8:30 with a doctor a- Minnesota. ,
board who learned more of Tal- Mrs: Wallace's husband Jo--
ver's condition by radio consul- seph, who s restaurant manager
station. The medic decided to at the Balboa Clubhouse maybe
drop suitable medicines to aid reached in care of Mrs. Wa
the stricken man instead of risk- 413 East 156th Street, Now Yor
ing a landiie on the small is- friends here said. N
land which Is about 600 miles Mrs. Wallace, who was 34 at t
northwest of here. the time of'ber death.' s survit- h
Swansland is used as a light- ed by her husband and three
house lookout, and is rented by children: Robert, Diane and 0o- t
the United States government seph, Jr. m
It was not learned what the brus P s er a
uccanners captain was doing passenger
there, or the exact nr e of hs Dies On 'Panama' hA
The plane is expected back at Joseph Larkin, a cruise ras-
Albrook late this afternoon. sender on the Panama of the T
.I aboard ship.. Messages reraived 0
here Indicated that death was g
Rcaused by rA heart attack,
'a l t caused .Mrs. Larkin. who was aoccnm-
S- panvln her bhasband, Is report-
"ed to have left the ship the ftl- .
Slowing day In Port-au-Prine
Sand Is returning to New York t
The Panama was due In Cris-
S tobal at 2 p. m. today elinm.
HERCULE Cardenas Riv I
RU& BA66g. den Scowr"
: AIS- INiIALS Sund aa
KEYS dence on s
Fr w our veation .visit The annual
people from the sat
tv- Rom at Panama.
aiuMa Saent s Cors- Od
o yshe ke bibhn **3MH sas. 2 bedrooms,
W^rit AIshebs Ai-mro wi- 'r Rackgns r9nger Bi SboM-
lop' Ae. ,C. spt, week-.rdl
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S FOR SALE Gs at~s
*Misce li q SvBe your Iinir
MisCe0lantou S.Qs Zs0
FOR SALE:- Montuno-Shirt o
trousers. Large Size-Authentic (
$25.00. Telephone: Curundu '
81- after 4 o'clock. Qtrs. 57'
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
Wfers Frous Scrp Mieh fho Skel
Sealed bids will bbe received until
10:30 a.m., Febiuary 24,'1953, for
1,854 net tons of Ferrous Scrap Me-
als located otr Section "4", Balboa
Storehouse. For Information and liw-
lection contact Formtnh, Section
'I", Telephone 2*2720. Invitation
No. 15 may be obtained from the
above source, or frim the office of
superintendent of Storehouse, Bal-
boa, telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE:-Singer Svir i. mochiAe
$125, Kenmore er~ir 10, Small,
step ladder $5. Zenlthtable model
Radio $45. Call Panam 3-1211.
In the Service
(Istbmlmau wtb fa.gillty
members- r, rids In thb
U. & Armed ao n e to-
vited to trm to th s d-
partiat byti dita t
the Zm Ninrvi a's EGit.
or, h i -e u &med a
Bo~ ,u o It-
formatle 4as to servoini ast
wheretata, their pro* s
tibns aJa excerpts mias their
letter* are of -artlolar in-
Photogrraps oa maed, but
\aeom eul b returned.
EA Pt. Wif
wil, Whole w
wona and m
let Rosario Quevara, a In
Eobbe, C.Z., recent r'Ived In
During the winter of 61t51 *
uttit cracked the Commulata'
ine in the battle of "~ d An-
le," one of the bitteret engage
,enta of that year.
Aqnuso. a rileman an clerk,
ed the.an.my a r 1982
d reeved b ac trainIng at
Dani Tortu iero, p I
Fmran P k L. Holgerson,
n of Mr. Mad Mr. Ed-
0 ~ocrson < 70138 ixth .t,
olon. eirsi*ng aboard the bat.
hip USS Mironrl, on her aec-
nd tour of duty with United Na-
ons forces in Korean waters.
Th Misour has been bomr
rc CoaCmmuMnit suiply and
ommulcation Initallatton a
hd east coast ft 3orea.
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(A Lenalj fi of thb:
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the Lord, wit. y.ea. ..
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Stay at WH1l
CFar cp o cr o .p
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March I to Jaly 1. Phme Panmniq
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FOR ftEEr7- Ftind :0s0fubr
two bedroom for th montHr I
Bele Vltao, Cal-9>*4143.
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s atwoesttern A*fn Jutdo'Ag0
nmnt. No. 57. *
bipected no children fi aw l
vileoie. Hlf block frbt4r 41 Jry
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a eatoonea or timr hii t*
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Tedn, Fasflich League
Lee B O' -
S.IThe aoala itgndt, Pumas Kugler as 9
A Ire at It e -nofficlal Krchmler tdle 3
Doubitni Tile heoa o eeon ofthe Fear lb 3
Doub ueedb tmo.W at Dhabo TIh- Best 3b 1I
,) "VS i tied up a- Oramlich If 1 0
S--- J til. Itet season Crook cf 2 0
Ss- w gregtlo tied uO Dixon 1 8
Dick Hopan of Mgrl t fee waams one being thi
tablished himself an all- I -fly o a tie.. Totals 2 7
N around boa=ri rn hu a tie T t
was announced lth7land twirled for the
Wiber -Norrib, rd ti fPal while Dixot and Klrch-
S Panama Canal Bowa Alo-r Fr shared duty for the Oce- PUMA"
Stion, as the final Amt of ]a. atheOld fanned sx bat- ab
te 1953 Ct hapo tas and ve walks to f.ala 1 1
ere.omputed, and rt rchmiler anned LOvelad 2b 2 2
the All vnt' h ro 1e echi and Walked there eMb. uth p 1 p
The P. C. Bowling n c i2 0
the Just-completed Ctnlrta- ht blood went to the Pumu Parede 1 2 0
i ent ; tRi bottom of the first when b rf 0 1
S -, utherland walked stole second Cono rf I
B ogan bowled 592 In th e ap vaned when ,ovelaey w Ole0mmons lb 1 l
Souampionshlp, m8 in the dou- iureand ad me in oan C ph 1 o
SchamponshipI and M In de. The Oloets collected one W b 1
deig, tolcha' mpionship fwoo 3bt t20 --
s nghles champion ot hr t wop of the second b hen
~ let scratch total of 1,81R seet.ot fee r ide on Pee La-ets f13 1
%a n two errors Ind scored when
the les Ch I lat a reached first sat T.Mary: Run1
9fthe~m W pamai went ahead again
aedanmas Leagues, M Atm seoat with two counters -
S*ie to.n the alor and TE ked e got second' when
o with re red Clemmions walked and scared Seoe by aInning
, aurs UIs of 213, 213 nDd iwhen they tried for Wills at
er a srch total of rs. Lasts rde in on Pete Ba.- Ocelota 012 3
S ti Doubles Chapl- ah triple to held, but Petehd mae 1i 010
M e e anson e caught trying to stretchit. Summary: Rumnsi
of the Major MdAM C The OcelotA bTsme involr ch r 2* Fee Ik
o ud out c'sraible with the bases on, gale s- -W
v- Iaded In :th fourth when a runs Oeoa I
ed? 1221 rmunner teueed with a fielder oThree bases ht.
Doubles plon- ad the two runners who had ie stol r:
I t where sent Black. 8aol, 2, 400
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Further Stay "P
4s Of Chair Date
I NEW YORK,Feb. 18-UP)-
The U. S. Circuit Court of Ap- ;.
peals gratned convicted atom TWENTY-EIGHF YEA. PANAMA,a R.,, W:LD.N..tg ItW
spies Julius and Ethel Rosen-
berg their second stay of ex- -
ecution yesterday so they can
try once more to win SupremeI I
Court consideration of the Ir A
o th o r eireia ior
The court gave defense at-
torney Emanuel H. Bloch un-
Sdenied.To Guate ala A
If that tactic fails, Bloch
said, he will seek still another MEXICO CITY, Feb. 18 ilUP) Federal officialssaid they had eral' judge nt~at e
delay so hp can ask President -Four Mexicans accused of proof the z lid-fire weapon was n .
Eisenhower to reconsider his re smuggling machineguns and shipped into Guatemala but Ia ld.'iW 'bo tradt
*usal of executive clemency ammunition Into Central Aier- added' "many" cootrbhnd ship-e nM
The President turned down the ica were released from JAl last ments went to "other'k Carib- a1tM Pf
plea last week. night and ordered to appear be- bean counrtr a. he
S The Rosenbergs, now in Sing fore federal court today fqr pre- Arrested Awere eeton MendE- ae '
sing prison's death house, first liminary hearing. za Orosco 30, whose father In- wh er. .* ,..
were ordered to die in the e- The foursome, M including the vented 'the Medot machine- them."
electric chair the week of Jan. son of a Mexican machinegun gun used bytti ic n army, Meanwhile, ;;;i dtaa
12. inventor, was spcifically charg- Pedro. 8nq4~ Cordero, Raal rE9led they
Mondy Federal Judge ring ed with illegallyy selling arms 8anches Pndl Jack af-
R. Kaufman set a new date, to foreign powers.". Matty Durval t ley will go to Itwe en ."
the week of March 9. Yester- trial before the court of fed- ,
day's action delays the execu- feve Child, N tu AaA,
tons indefinitely. mwv 'I S
Bloch told the court there Lost 2e .ursray, s
was a constitutional question st2. '. -,
punishment was involved. 'He CAPPjQU A, N. Y.,. F eb. 18 .dr .I T-
larv pdaers before March 30. e II, three-ye-old grand On.two cbits a -year-old .. o -astold
Judge Jerome N. Frank, one nephew of i fevre, on- Panamnan so ..)t
of three appellate judges who time president of.Panama, rest- Valleewsl totafI tiot f ., .to
ranted the stay, said he would ed today at his home in the A 0 fine wai Imposed on the
haVe -ton his conscience un- town of Newcastle from his or- defendant for meaning keep his apt A aP
less he gave the couple a full deal of being lost 24 ouirs In the pahel truk to the left when t o th o On
opportunity to take their case wooded, rolling cotUtryslde near pDasing on 'tolt Avenue. And hospital h teahim ndl iLd ..
to the Sppreme Court. FrInk here. he was findd, additional $10Tl .heaequ Wi
sat on' previous anes that de- Aside from a. d. eale of for rt the minor
nied the Rosenberga appeals. friht and a eryed nos, the. acc which ob ed as re- J
childwas nonetbs. worse. for MIL., .e" the. 1 he0
Jad4S Angstus N. Hand wear. Doctors found nothing o falng to have.two bright exas 13
a i L earn dHand con- wrong with him. he on his car w drlv-
et hr are an foppo r tom freea "by heavy :MnoW nightlbert Nathanie
tunity to act, despite its ri suit, a coOnkin ea r i n thick 23S, Pit% ualanr s
fwuss on Ot. 13 and Nov. 1l gloves. "dLrh li t -cum Gerald He- T.
to consider the case. He was found just before. noonbert Lroz. 22 et'A lteft aiC
The Rosenbergs were con- yesterday by a ar.d from 0 .br w -w W4;i fme-$W "r
Msreq ,Cs or h 95. on nter.a e1. -erch ftt'tobeet -a e the l eft on b
victed on M rc h, 1951,t en a V g a .
charges of giving important rawled faced between a
To bpmbeeret M to Rusi of r te and lted e beMa .*Tr t A..:.
OuringWorldwar. ,, rocky ..,. oy., h7 ,:,, 01 isw" '07t
tendon' tl rpighout' the" world, X n L -e r ..e.
and lest week It was discloed Wall Street b o rld- Ar
that POpe 1Pus XII had sent % A W|
word to Wa~lsngton of num;e- gbuard rwretdf
en u requests for his interces- theseof rohwastrs'who started
"and bt lst The dog returnd toward tl 1ice1n 4r': Gel vi5s .* fHH
l afternoon, four planes and aiot. madC, by
helicopter also 1oine d the Attos'pey Kay lim.e .
ves 04j Gavel home alonekonday night. He alsos ll itGelegwit 0i w- .uaig
the jae n 4. aoleea sth Pa rn=*
To Speaker Martin Group Of' M yours a- ,toar ret i m..
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP) Arrives Today *
--.speaker Joseph W. Martin Jr.. A grouof o doter l l
got a ,adlid oak gavel ftom the Am.uncipa of ficir thSq
British. House of Commons to-sand Can4 will
day.visit the Miraflores LoOt thi '
Thd gavel was rved from the afternoon during, their abort, I
timbers of the chamber which three-hour stopover in Panama. i
was burned by German bomba Heading the delegation, of 50, e ..
;duing World War II a t e bears wh~ are on their way to the (eoon a a series) 'f '
thei iinscription: Fourth Congress of IntEr-Anerl- B. LONm RUD PPERTt
can Municipalities in Montevi- NEA StartCorrsrJpndt en
W avel. mad&, of timber deo, Uruguay, in Mayor de Les-
from the bombed House of Com- seps S. Morrison of New Orleans. NEW .YORI. Mb. 18 (NSA)
mons, was presented by the On their arrival this afternoon The patient' seemed rather
8igslaker of the Houise of Com- at Tocumen they viin be welcom- Jected.
mons to the Speaker of the ed by officials Of Pana*a and "They tell me to take it
House of Representatives as a the Canal Zone as well as the he said. "But ow a n you
ay mbol of Anglo-American mayors of the city of Panama easy with a to
friendship." and Colon. What I want to know js-eiJ!
The doctor .w as
ate at the o
Sdas he anse r. And, when
Ster'dbe dtirt of all, it.
ame ncal coaint. Aso theo
tsahe anioswer question, as
Stals or ca ia"catrico n funeral.
M et the an ter. And when ein
returned a week ter they w
\1 Thest d be btA;jt-of' ll, : .
how they can about netting it.
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function.l,4e I illmne unit nd wl u.
T 1 1 others like it Usemveyoral .0 aV -I
sease 'tiM. bpek Into thesalle
SI Smarket. -,
need give you no anxieties eCardiatci
proach yetto tba
lbms. oged arsvehe agb ts, -o tess, a baby dsordus, cardes'mp
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IMhere asA eve them w hr bave nd bse t e fiandl Jut 'hat tB
.aDbk then of
eoig wbMb b af*'I ul t tb eeqb us at g 8%. al, suitable sob.
thpy ABSO 80 I ateaY SAMEu 'l --- -
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