The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Dmndocptict cone eomadtIes ws nemd ia Wlit' Nou-
militry briefi ttodu which conimnad et list oed
hi rat i'r ma iefl(a fix."
Oimersc ted the briefing a "grim pict.s'o.f the
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S-Presdent Eisnehower.
S- Republlcan leader
les BaUeck of l adlan
10. S V. I~ I -1 G es t Sallede
S. h mlry outlook," nclud-.
Sicdi Olrt and Indochina, plus;
w"the whole matter of Cost."
SA d how-the Stiatlon latok.
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SuAlot anlsm ARIAS. rITOn
s7 H S1T Er P o. o01 I54. PANAMA, R A 1F
Es4 MADrnsO AV. NEW YORK s417 N V. Co m m ent
HI psychologicAl w art f e, It
would be real nice of the Ar.
IBrA, *. my and Air Fore Int oflgece
T Al services to hel = fr ItdiVt .6
THE MAIL BO enhowersurprise the t
y keeping 8uch seerte u the
The Mail Ix ist on open forum to, readers of Thet Paeme AmW- dIeposition uof eour at O de
kan. Letters m received gratefully end ern handled in a wholly al pots and Arctic bomber A
denial meaner. radar bases from beoling
It you contribute a* ltter don't be impatient it doesn't a9 *P He common gossip.
Iext day. Ltte are published mi the order received lince Soviet intellM l*
Please try to keep the letters limited to *n page legnlth. ready knosW what t InMeri
Identity of letter writers a held in strictest confidence. can people doW't, there
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for stateterns esi0lessM harm done .in pino.nt ,
expressed in letter from readers few "secret" baes whi
o a currently reheartflg B-M_
The Gold Coast Moscow.
Sir: No harm can he done. be-
In your paper the other day I read with interest an item re- cause sloppily recruited Xpee-
garding the sale of New Zealand beef in Ohio. It is very interest- tors ano workmen roam the
ing to note that Ohio is approximately 2,000 miles farther North icy fields with camera*, al-
than the Cenal Zone and ships arrive here with great frequency though th 10,00-fot cn-
from New Zealand, yet to my knowledge never has our Commis- create air StRp and the A-bomb
sary Division, with its known desire to give nothing less than the munitions tdhen should
most for the least ever offered its patrons this product for 39 make* thee bm r baad the
cents a pound... Why? most secret in our global de
Speaking of beef it is very interesting to note that just the fetne perimetet.
other day one of the members of that great Board of Directors If the constrtittlon worker
(which deals so justly and so humanely with problems affecting don't have camera our seen
the welfare of its employes that Board which apparently feels rity forces make it easy. Thi
its employes are too well treated that Board which is respon- Army Post Exehange 811La
sible, so it is said, for our lack of a proper dry season this year Leica cameras at reduced ratecr
that Board which presently sits in judgment on its employes -- Result is that et at 06- e
that Board which is striving to make money hand over fist) re- Bay, Labrader-4a be Joat-
ceived from one of the vessels of his Company, (freight deadhead) ly manUed by tke U. g ad
a case of frozen beef which was removed from the pier within a CanadiaMn AM fteee.eeeI M
few minutes after the vessel docked, apparently for his account of construetden ork-ers t
by the same considerate Commissary Division. by with ueaier as threi U.
What could this possibly mean? S. B-36s reh ared take-offs
Does it Imply the good Director feels we are ill treated and and landings. on the tst
this package constitutes a trial shipment to the Commissary Divi- runway of this atonee bkm
sion? Or does it mean that the quality of the shoe leather avail- base.
able to us common employes is not good enough for a Board Di- Rcurning U.. construction
rector temporarily away from home. workers and engineers to ok
Qu6 Pass Amigot time out of their two-week ho-
liday leaves to come to me
MEETING OF CZELFC ON MARCH 9 VERY IMPORTANT! wit report of the loppiest
Cristobal, C. Z. seouilty work since Behedict
Sir: Arnold.
Certain individuals are pressing for a speedy enactment of In these interviews with gom
the newly proposed bylaws for the Cenal Zone Emergency Legis- of the mere 150 American
lative Finance Committee. workers who are permitted to
I have just secured a few copies after inquiring among civic get soie of the 10UO job$ avaWl.
counsel members, members of women clubs ind members of vet- able up there It has become
erans organizations and labor unions, who didn't know the first apparent that Boose ay s one
thing about it, let alone the unorganized public. pI the most important defense
The proposed bylaws are In my opinion an insult to the in- oases we have. .
telligence of the people who contributed their money to this or- The concrete ribbon on what
ganization. It is the most unrealistic conglomeration of half will some day be a five-mile
developtt. .res. The only thing that is fully clear is inrt the unuway is 10,000 feet now. To
public is to know once a year what is. going on, while a small ,old the biggest of bombers on
board of directors can do the following: on a parking apron, the con- m
(1) Amend the bylaws. create Is 15 inches thick. bu
(2) Expel undesirable members. Hangars and parking sce
(3) Replace members on the board of directors. are tremendous. One Ia 8. in
(4) Hold meetings without proper notification. worker I talked to est..ates ut
(5) Have absolute control of finances ($7000 at present). that one hanip.e ct .u ct.a- th
The directors are elected by townships, one director for evei, iortably house three B-3 b at ah
300 people. The president appoints a enairman for each town- .ee tihae.
ship to run the election. That doesn't sound too bad at first, but Secr'ey at Gose Bay tIs a
alter checking the annual police census of the Canal Zone for vital-S..." .. *sa es t e inm
1952, I find that a community with 1200 such as New Cristobal is oew depots from wh.-h hee ta
outside of the Canal Zone, while townships such as Summit have plan eeold O eei m aad of
five eligible lnlabitants, or Madden Dam with a man, woman ond uver 'te lea he o
three children, all U.S. rate PanCanal employes, is a townartL a r he o
The Police and the governor report, of course go by distrlteu, ia se.e. L. e 'lt f a i
such. as the Balboa District aidlAe Cristobal District with sub eve st permits sL ug at
districts from thereon. Jny moment all year reud. -
It ts not clear at all if one director for 300 residents, means .n addlties to the A-be
paid up members or the total population. Is a paid up member .ump, there will a W be a
one who has paid dues to be determined or is it anyone who can .iey ordnanee arsenal. krom
show a receipt for having contributed already? uose Bay we'll be able to co
SThese are very important details, which, when only partly .iy catndn, too. dd
developed, will leave the public in doubt about representation and All this Ls known to all d
use of the funds. That brings us to the paragraph on Disband- _,,aos anu tlap .. .udol
ment. It states here that all remaining assets are to be distri- _,. mostly L.-& AAu .. a-
buted equally among members in good standing, but it does not Aa Witno1s any Igtaii..., ae- et
state in which way debits are going to be taken care of. 4uriiy cane.
In reading the paragraph on the purpose of the organization, ,ailgerplnii, control Is used we
I find that it is intended to make this organization sort of a 1~e--.i au- .a x soe'- Cap
duplicate civic council, with no specific task except to look after n m,....s ..... lbme;. S.dan cu
the overall welfare of its members. i s.__, _A...-...y U a, .a..-es,
It must however be remembered that funds were contributed euaO Yr.. ... l g,., an l ,
to this organization for a very specific purpose besides fighting writes she lolu the latest de ra
the rents, namely to finance efforts to influence legislation serv- Iau.S. lx
Ing our Interests, or to defeat hostile legislation, to keep a close workers don't impugn 19
check on developments in Congress and the activities of the board the moilves o any of the I '
of directors of the Panama Canal. inbrEt.ur' selettef by the Ca- n.
If all people who expect to attend this meeting on approving nabkJuu. but our To, uc,. lce
the by-laws, get hold of a copy beforehand and study it carefully, workeis' organizations blt er -
we all together will iron out the bugs very quickly, and set'up a resent the rac 1 tnat higml
very constructive and beneficial organization. quaAiied U.A. men with years
H- H. H. uT overseas consirucbon in-
__ection experience are ready
SAnswer to Previous PuzIle '0 go up ano are jlet 8Jttinz
North Dokota Trek .11 Ii, ew ior1, Wasmgton an.
....r cites-Agnorea by the U.
1 Army "ngmeer Corps.
n odp re maspeo' jon pay o $12
ORMIONTAL M55Puffed up a g i S ee Use Oa "IPYck- 12
I North Dakota e cars and tune and a nail
is nicknamed D r o Intellgence 'ur overtime- .inch tne i-i tht
-- State" M Exhaust men Irom the states don't get!. t
S ow of cal drinkCAL furthermore, the Canadian pin
North Dakota Soft drink men have tufl access to all V
Northe'wld Dakota2 Angered plans, spelilcauns and blue-. T
prairie rd 3 Hops' kiln prints. If th~i lsnsm enough, its
prairie rcae 4 Rubber tree 'hey are also allowed all prv- iat
SPapObtruca S Dry (comb. 21 And (Latin) 41 Bones ieges or tne olicers' clubs, 'X
13 Nortruct form) 22 Babyloeian 42 Greek war anu acilities denied U.S. work-* ah
akota' Trangression deity god era wno handle the basic con* sta
wsera bad 7Powerful 23 Untidy 43 Remove st, auction job on the icy fields. at
lada te a mlos ve 24 Lee 44 Diminutive of Added to this reentment gi
s Arabian guult iGermea river Stsnley is the anger of the V. 8. the
Gtual-Uke bird Hindu deity 4 Demolish I. uk ers over the ta eattaai whi
15Peaetrates lGelle M Falsl8r 47Solar disk ed talk of new 1. 5. swret u
1 America Havenly ~Otherw 48 Repair bases--46en e r lad
dst t body Cereal grans 0 Possessive others yet ti be ell s tDe aT e
telegraph 13 ChIet 2 Modiled pronoun the M-3O radar; staati lng
(ab.) 18---- is North 38 Symbol for 51 Scottish at the tl eot lde ad p
17 Striped clot Dakoet's nickel sheeptold Pie Tee radar s
1U Comas t o at opital Without place 83 Biter vetch further seuth. v* t b'e
20 Meecs M Enum' ate (ab.) 84 Clamp knows about them. Aae jal
Sset ranw If it's a secret here in the bo

SNoR mt st ates, no one h bothered to teas
South not to tax aboedt the new
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31 Rletct r IF 1 n 3S %i-
31 R aI--will construct 400 lea no se
32 w"ad ; Thule, In Oreenl*d u me
-n sr 60 e miles south oft th p, d

3Piddetie|| will be renovated sM d id
43 Resksa r Sor the new bomber stlp t
4 Malue e be strategic indeed. Ut
XM2 8 bd .Lcret, any longer.
31 dssw .-ate also are to re- tion

ePrstor l |jurng the last War
4 fte I t srt a nd Bloule-8 in
fo -- --.Number t is 12I
-- tethe Arctic Cirole.
-- further south. T
UPdd will be renovated A Md
42 PNm scumo strips lengthened to
45 Dief s tb) tihe Dne jet eupeiat
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'.1 '1:G 1" : .ntly, maybe but1pay They learned exactly
. urome taxxc. n-Lu); I'm taking no .haned her new kitchaq caM
i lose d6mon sleuths of the Treeury Depart .or you o
ent, Martla L. Webb and Charle 8. Ma r htr nr
iry, looking my way. Thl bu.
They're mild-looking fellows ad polite. They Me m*R
sert a "S r" Into practleal 4vty they
teak, but what they did to srr al, Jay. $
e one-time Internal Revenu u 4~t ig
ouldn'tbhae u4 tp a d. rtik
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lob. 19 (UP>- Scretqy fOtStates
yesterday the State nrtet
of a naval blockade o ad Chi-
es designed to force the Commu-
,.E an war. I
INiw conference since' takla office
.also is studying n app fo this
all trade with Commuist China.
under consideration, he said, are
of the present limited United Na-
a'dk with China; new trade rsraints
if'.O Other steps.
ig Asked about Mr. I&qhowr's
lan or a conr_ mau,-
tr-o n M "aret agr ." of
Chia a st Democrat a l
ions, Dulles said theM are two
Ssaid mnn purposes:
wore 1) To register dramatically the
way in which Russia has broken
an- the agreements.
b- 2) To express eqqUy J dramat-
ircally the desire and hope of the
American people that captive
ationma under Communiam wll
6bt e berated.
SHe aid the Elsenhower Ad-
milnitration believes the "an-
al4vement" of satellite op
Swas due to abuse and vtoto
ot of e aceret agreepepto by
aer H res sed hope h the r

tstudIthe br
fighting In rea and
aaiote will baeeeptable
Native forces. le aound
U not buy fnwcd purity
Ma the xpens or w~o peolua.
"Has" dftiq 4 do-

HMo pvietn advaneptable
Sthat no d to do thi bd chanest, ofhe

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a m L to take over t e ht nst the bur-
_010 "'A nhod fiehtng more and

v to n lo e lf Ues. e forces
rhtdn ~i N~i w& would free Wete
Im i to A a now pOwned

ddltlansl ). p. pment
aso a or ft mtch Rsuchss'

Sb ve A mee of the execution
omn Bormt advantage wre
Od that no ciA doft hVP mod chances of
o.To n ho nt voodrnUr ed to

Hut. be atf the La aeios Nal tofi
Sh n iece SouthK korean forces
S'u.. _-. to e ar the ,ghting In Ko-
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&IIl Mtl~o 6 aMnhfer mud Tuesday
E% he notee all U. N. forces
U. aL now

Feblj,. t (UP) Additionarl V.& equipment

ebrw v.ralve A meetlna of Mw executive
evhen be- bondard of I t Inal Girl
=1 W ohl's amnts CON ft tU ldh for
Efti-FA ttfis La Boca scout office.
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Samfees this i
be prepared to discuA
S1W 'Inaterntional Girl
SWeek. I. 22 to 8.
sttons for a proposed
.of study n OGirl Scout
ncip for board members
reop committees will be dis-
d at -the meeting.

ortie Coate will hold
oe or al members of
Troop 30, of Gatun,
mother and all elgl-
Seen the se of ten
ffa will be ad at her
a, House a3t lbert t.
tomorrow, Fbruary 20,
6:00 and 7:00 pan.
Share requested to ac-
their daughter, as this
or is for the purpose
-vatig the tro.
Have Fuhde Lessens
of Troop a S8. of ,t.
held their regular weekly
at the homes of several
e oop Committee members,
der the leadership of Mrs.
irence Harvey.
io troop was divided into
Wral small groups and each
Slearned- how to make
After the leson the gls
iat the home of M*. Owen
bert. While Group I mae the
sI detthng for supper, the rest
e troop had their busneu
Sand played amea.
rW cub scouts, Joe lors aid
y Tolbert. Jma the ,i
d Judged their eandy, ar-
t Group No. 1 to. be "et
oks," and awarding eh a
tleatne supper and m fde
g bestoookswere argo-
Uce and Ju BdCf ad.
The ladUes"wo ai #I worth
I. fude lease wre Mr Tehl-

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Canal 6oh 2 Os

Two bids from local contract-
ors were reeelved for the rev-
Sa and widening of La Boo
Road and the repaving of a short
section of Hains street in Diablo
Betetwo bidding firms and
their offers were: Isthmlan Con-
struotors,Inc.. oWl; and Tuck-
erMOcClure, $100975.
The Mection of Halnt Street
which aI to be repaved s approx-
Imately 250 feet of the street
fro Its e unction with Diablo
od. The seeuttn ls to be reur-
%W- a with a lt.
La Boca Road is to be repaved
for Its entire length from the


Balboa Poloe wa tl Ilbk
T asphalt Scte street
Is to be removed i placed
w conomrete puT. The street
wilI J be wltrtd.
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repay ring wle uby the
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Will attend you in any
beauty problems you would like to
consult from Temorrow Friday, February 20
9 arn. to 12 a.m.
2 p-,. to 6 p.m.
Miss Ofella bel o, expert in make-up Is
New York, Patis and Havana, Cuba.
For coMBSation i free.Op peue
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Nrweglian Navy Ship The Ellida is scheduled to leave
i6tvingr Rodman Today Rodman today en route to Bely-
Wlllda, a 3.000-ton ship arrived gen. Norway. Master of the ship DIpaIWW W Ha' l
at-Rodman yesterday from San is Capt Thomas Jacobsen, a R IAA It ,
Diego with 86 Norwegian crew commander in the Royal Norwe-KO S o Oalan Navv.Ron mTo 0
The ship was formerly an LST. -- A a- n ft ,,
ernment. The Norwegian govern- Furniture Airlift v Ma' uj
m~nt purchased the ship in Se- Pan American World Airways WASHINGTON, Feb 19 (tl) IWEIHI e 1. (P
attle, Washington. to be used ashas started a furniture airlift re-- t. e t '. e. i i D Se
a floating work-hop. to repair auirini twelve trips and 65.000 -The ntate Des,. tm et'9t e Unlited States
other ships. miles of flying between Oroton, concern' over getting comptt total of between ...OO
oConnecticut and Bogota. Colom- mald service for its overseas em- 000 tirt-lne military
bia. ployes prompted it to add a Ia ernipe but proposeIL.
f .L .... J Tihe unusual cargo assignment extra room to plush apeat n cutI lan aircraft research A
Clerk Arraigned involves flying 1,804 pieces of builton Germany, oc lo entmay ite
custom-built walnut furniture to fled today. i l"ft y L Peale, president et :
For nRobbin Mails *the new Tequenoama Hotel--a Glenn _. Wol, ecut dl- b be Aviation Corp, SW
For Robbing Malls ;17T-story. 400-room luxury hotel rector for the Ul. S. C M O W. .P
;being built by Intercontinental missioner in Gerany. ta Pla ale told a meeting of t .
At a mhA!a D O Hotels Corporation in the lofty special House Invn IsubP 'O Ri chard Club that the
Ai G8mi 0 r.v. Colombian capital. committee that the addatonal get slash in airctft
A panamaniaA d eleik n the Pan American in recent years room also was designed to v expenditures from 0030
Gamboa post office wa. charged has flonr many plane-loads of itS bachelor employes more el- i 12 to $59.000,000 in 1918.
with robbing the inal during furnishings to new hotels In the bow room.. $I,000,000 In 1954 "s a a rak L
Tuesday's session n the Balboa Caribbean and Panama but this n' said the department bada twe st cannot afford to takeI ,
Magistrate's Court. is the first lare-scale operation keen interest in sem e that its 'e aviation leader, wbo,
Bai for the 32-year-old de-io its kind between North and overseas employes got the bit firm is the free world's latgr b
fendant. Ivan S. Johnson. was set'South America. possible maid seno l In Ger* producer of jet combat swatfl f
at $200 and the case was contin- To speed the 150.000 Dounds of many. where hou in tig _ht. said a $28,000,000 budget would
ued until tomorrow afternoon furniture to its South American an extra room was a indute- build less than two new air- '
Police said he was arrested aft. destination, planes load the ship- ment in getting oomopent help, plane prototypes, even if all the
er several complaints had been ments at Oroton's airfield. only he said. money was allocated for that
received that letters containing 12 miles from the Orsenigo Fur- Construction costs of the purpose.
small amounts of cash In bills nature Comoany at Westerly, apartments ranged up to 40,730
had disappeared from the Gam- Rhode Island. each. The cost are paid out of .-
boa post office. The flights deliver the furni- German counterpart funds ac-
A dollar bill was planted in the ture in Bogota only 19 hours aft- cumulated by the department
post office and police said itwas er takeoff from Oroton, via New and ont from dirot dollar ap-
Fopnd later in Johnson's posses- York, Miami, and Barranquilla. proprlatiens. Couterpart funds
alon through identification of the Colombia--ontrasted to former are money put ap by foreign
aerial number. shipping times from New York to nations receiving U. 8. aid. Ml*
The mail clerk faces a line of Bogota of 30 to 100 days using The subcommittee, headed be
not more than $2.000. imprison- truck, rall, ship and river steam- Rep. William Z. Miller (R-N.Y.), v
mint for not more than five er transportation. Actual flying is investigating the "lavish" ac-
years in the penitentiary. or time of the first trip was only 13 commodattlons planned uder the i
both, if found aullty of the crime. hours and 6 minutes. department's $19,000.000 housing I I l
In planning the movement, program In Germany.
-PAA and IHC officials also con- Wolfe said under questioning
ll 1n H dirf sidered costs-air cargo requires that the built-in maid's room
O y 16 H d no expensive crating; trucking perhaps was a "hidden subsidy" 2i gl I-
S l l and handling charges are reduc- for the department' workers
Bf i ed and Insurance is less. since they could hire maids sglkt im~g Iu u-MJ
The first flight on the 2.708- cheaper--at about $35 a month
SIXteen new employes were mile route from Oroton to Bo- -if the governrient supplied N M o b Tudi Lg
addc4dto the permanent rolls of gota carried 12.000 pounds of their rooms.
the Canall organization during walnut night tables, bed head- Leland W. King. director of
the first half of February boards, pillow storage units, com- the department's overseas build-
whomI three were employed I bination desk-luggage racks. cof- Ing operations, mid the depart-
the lUaited States Five of ft fee tables an telephone tables. ment cut back maid's quarters
new tmploles have had previous The entire furniture consign- b per cent in Its future housing
Canlifj nment on all flights is valued at planning because of the high 7e1 .
T elpies from the State more than $130,000. costs. But workers protested, h I
andbei laces of birth a In addition to the Tequenda- said, and as a result the num- m m, ai ... n
Doi* 1E.. MacLean. of Bridges ma, which opens in the spring, ber of maids' roqms will be ,
port "Waahington. powerhouse IHC is opening new hotels later doubled in the quarters to be s a**ImI -.u8mmmsi
ope~t, Electrical Division; In the year at Caracas and Ma- provided.
Dr. e M. Stuart, New York, racalbo. Venezuela.
medital.officer. Gorgas Hos-
pitar' ld,James F. Allen, Ka, And Biss
itar ship, Minnesota,. it-n H A i-
aide machinist, Industrial Bu- N A d Bf T.
reau. Mr. Allen had been pre-, a A A IIM T
Viously employed .by. the Canal. No Esco HVow
The itew employes hired local-'
lv W.P nave had previous service n Trafi Arfmont
and t positions to which tw traffic Ac
wertrinbnloyed ate: Frank M.,
Bsiv q;. policcian. alboa; Do- KANSAS 'CITY. Mo.. *Feb 1
rothy H. .Aen4-, clerk-typist, and (UP)-Time was when Harry *
Ferrn E.' LeVee, clerk-steno- Truman's presence in an auto.
grapher Coiptroller's Office, mobile required motorcycle es.
Balboa Heights; and Vincent courts, sirens, secret servicemen
Leaver, file olerk, Records Sec- and a general understand ding
tion, Balboa Heights. that anything in the road
The new local employes with- would get out of the way.
out previous senrice are: Dema But /the former President
M. McCord, card punch oper- found out the hard way yeste*
ator Comptroller's office; Rufus day that being a plain citizen DISTILLED AND 80 TTLI
L. Carey. lock operator (wire- can make a big difference. I
man) Pacific Locks;: ene M. Da- A car carrying Mr. Truman N
vies, learner storekeeper. Store- and his wife, Bes s, collided
house Div.; Alba D. Hutchings Jr. with, a truck at a Kansas City CANADA" o
dry cleaning supervisor. Ancon, intersection. No one was in-
cleaning supervisor- A n c o n jured and both vehicles re-
Laundry; rRiphrd .S. Brogie, celved orily minor damage.
probationary 'poUleman,. Cristo- 8gt. Arthur H. Bell of the
bal; Max 5tepenoff postal clerk, Missouri highway patrol, who
Cristobal; Miia J. Coppenhaver, was driving the Trumans home,
c I e r k-stegographer, Personnel and the driver of the truck, f r .y.
Division; HenrrvE. Sellner, Com- William Davi e, 29, were WAtLrVttI CANASA
missary assistant, Cristobal; and charged with careless and reck- WALKR I..CAN
Kenneth D. Johnson, porbation- ;less driving and each posted STA Li ".ll N I
ary policeman, Cristobal. $25 bond.

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Sat 7 :30 .
S A a m olectom are ,wI-
iT n ena 'B itend this meeting.
-r ` omeeemeat
I r. .and Mi. JaIme McxAun-
ae of Beta Vista announce
Sthe Obirth a snonn Feb. 14,
at loorgas osplta
SPaternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Cap-
aweU of Bella Vitta.

^Tne~fiw1 Boat Club
will. i mon free
so n rS s aturday at
Ir., 6:30 p.m. Memeirs and their
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Copod hie~mry. Relatives aik that no,flowers
a* 04t l~itiad contributions be iwodeto the
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Mrs. Artur Alrigt of Oatan, was hoitems for a canasta
party t r Atlb l er tiy evening to hoaer Miss LUUan
O e. Effis n viLt Lng her aephw and ablese
Mr. and Mr. C. Eitii A. of Gatua.
Prizes for the aevnrl .wre at the meeting, of the GOo
won by Mrs. 3Lzabel R'WEy7, Coast Orchid Society at which
Mrs. Herrman and .George plans were completed for t
Poole. Orchid Exhibit to be held
The other guests were: Mrs the garden of Mr. and Mi
Pred Newhard. M: Howard Harold White's residence
Harris, Mr. on rlawkyo Braze Heights.
Mrs. B. B. Ora Mn W. The exhibit will be open
Graham and l. Trhy White. the public and will be he
February 28 from 2:00 to 10:A
Mrs. Febls Matesl ~t pm. and March 1 from 10:e
Morning Cofee a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Mrs. Thomas Fel, ota Oull., Door primes at the meetir
was hostess for the btlmonth- were donated, by Mrs. Thoml
ly meeting of her miwing group Fels, Mr. R. T. Ray, and M
and entertained with a, mor- Henr Butcher. The winne
ning coffee at her home, Tues- were Mrs. C. W. Rose, Mi
da. Marie Moecaritollo, Sgt. All
The ladies who called dur- Lloyd, Mrs. Ross Aldrich ai
ing the morning were: Mrs. Mr. Wilkinson.
Earl Seagraves, Mrs. F. Pad- Slides made from an ear
dock, Mrs. Fred, W lopghby, 19th century book on 01
Mrs. Edward Cox, Mrl. Car World Orchids, were shown tl
Nix, Mrs. L. E. Stevens, Mrs. group.
William Schuster, Mrs. John It was decided that at tl
Claytor, Mrs. W. W. Sandem. Orchid Exhibit a corsage
-Hybrid orchids would be pri
Mrs. Orvis Hostess F sented the 100th lady, on eae
Star Club day, upon her arrival.
Mrs. Roger Orvis eatertained Refreshments were served 1
the members of the OGatun Captain Dudley Shine.
Star Club at her home. in the The guests included Mil
De Leaseps Area, Tuesday eve- Marilyn Bell and Mr. Edwa
ning. Co-hostess for the eve- Cox. The members present we
nax wer Miss Judy Ammosa Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Rose, MU
and Mr. Carol Rice. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Fe
Mrs. Curtis George, president, Sgt and Mrs. David C. Ha
oreslded at the business aeet- shaw, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Sch
tag, *d Mrs Fred W0loughbY berg. Mrs. Harold Whitt, MI
served, as secretary in the ab- Francis Moomaw, Mrs. Ina Z
seeee of Mrs. Eugenae h8pley, bdrsky, Mrs. Ernest Stiebri
Prls for cards wade won by Mr. and Mrs. L W. Croft, Mi
M-. Arthur Albright Mrs. Fred C. Wayne Rose, Mr. and Mi
Wllouhby, Mrs. Jo; T Taylor, Harold Small, Jr. Messrs R.
X&L m.-3imett Argb Moi. Star- Ray, Allen Lloyd.
ObChurchill and 'Irs. rKCer-
g MCee l a .Ker-o Fund Party Sueeessful
Ms. Sarah Rowley won the A group of young peoi
*-a pril. from Margarita arranged
The eter member present p~at at the Knights of C
wern: MM J. W. L. Grahanm, lumhus Home to raise fun
Mrs. Porter Cratfold, Mrs. M. for the Polio Drive. Those gi
oggn, Ms. William Guln. ng te partywere Lots Ste
T '.nmt meeting will be ens, iane Hickey, Blzabe
held *t the home of Mrs. Halleron, Jean Chambers, Mi
eorge; in Oatun, on March and Joan Coffey, Carolyn Sa
ousAA- --A T I-A. UI1

Wi byM Of Prayer Servlees
A World Day of Prayer Ser-
vice, sponsored by the Oatun
and Margarita union Churches
will be held Friday February
10, at T7'M p" at she Marga-
rita Uhion Church.
Chaplain Primus Bennett, of
the S37t Englars Amphlbl-
ones HeSiment at For Sher-
ma4 will be the spear. His
suteh wial be "WhaDOt6 We
G Ot of Prayer?" y
MU. Burt W. W
soloist will .a A. iM

Women's A.ux.arles .. Wil-
liam A. Van S 4Wea~d Mrs.
WHOM 'Brooke wilU Ao paP-
Slnlt erests i nteC Side
residents, as well tothe faml-
lies of the two h"ih are
oordially Invited o attend.
Crifbal KwJSm'm af Social
CrEOrbbal mii C1ub No.
S ithekt regul social at
4Ch, TJr evening,
AgnAles ey Mrsn.
.Reea and Mrs. Lillian
u co-hostesses.
and bridge were
.ith the prism going
SCrump Mrs. Jane
Mrs. Dorothy Facer,
Kaplan and Mn.

t Sterrett, infant
and Mrs. John
of Cxrrt *, was
Sunday afternoon,
Urch of Oui Saviour,
Reverend Milton
.officating. The spon-
SCaptain an4 Mfr C.
S maack. Other attend-
eceremony wee Mrs.
rritt, paternal grand-
o the baby, and Mr.
Wayne W. Patton.
acted as proy for
'K r god-mother, Miss
Muus, aunt of the
Bpain and Mrs. Sterrett en-
d those attends r the
eariatening at their residence.
S nhlbit At
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W. j. Wilkinson prided

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The young crowd enjoy
ames and dancing and rals
45.00 for the fund.
Dpot prizes were won
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Mr. and M. Walter Hun.
lcu'tt arranged a party 1
their home on Roosevelt Ave
to honor their daughter, Janie
on her third bkthtdg Aftnvr.
The Valentie t .. .
uss UL~k-Feu alcsiU

fhfr young guests were: Dale
Scottr BDebera Nash, Rutf
Nina and Richard Perkins,
raldina ad Romullto nml-
l Consuelto and Patrica
Pato. Madollne ibner, Bara
Jan a'nd Judy Palumbo, Ste-
phanie and Chipper Maher, El-
lea and Barton Iunnloutt, Ma-
ri and Billy Hanly Stephanie
lGbb, Cathie and dtevie Oe g,
Lila Arcla Mirelya Torres, o-
sario and Jimmy Butler, Cathle
and Cadmy Koepke, To'mm
Salterlo, Martin and Cucu Har-
rington, Billy Goebertus, Davy
Robinson and Jimmy Ford.
Mrs. Herbert Peterson asist-
ed the hostess.

been appointed
at the Interior by Prieedit
Esenhower. The.g-yer-old an
Francisco engineer Is a graduate
of West Point.


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cherm isshor J.d! ile huld
kow ht everyone with ao
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but 46t' fuBm under. te a
So. k goes mml It soils and
spoils pretty clothes. tr leaves
~t dihMah asuele odour
rbe o.hCsice, but othes
omUii wl.! A daily both
Ise't meagli. Talcum powder
isn't enough. Perfume isn't
be rAeu n women nMw use
No, o the sfek ddoanmt
. a ast-perspirmat that in-
mrw complete underarm pro-
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cCabe and Mrs Jer M -
hey used large ValntinU,
and red hibiscu bloNoms .
heir table decorating. X4la
place was marked with a asd
:arnation nosegay.
During the s*ot kutine.
meeting farewells were M to
three members, Mrs. Wetst
Snead, Mrs. Anh r6mer, W ,
re leaving for the Btate, ad .
Mrs. Phylli Utter who is mo
ng. to the PacificlSide
Three new members wert-
welcomed: Mrs. ilien Kemne-
dy, Mrs. Martha Jo Irwil, and
Mrs. Adele Koening.
Guests at the mn-ttg were:)
Mrs. Wheeler, Mn. Worthen,
and Mrs. Lukens.
A collection Wma tae fe
the Holland Relief und.
Following luncheon the la?-
dies played bridge nd' canas
Mrs. Hallett Surprise With
Valentine Party
Little Miss Judy Halett ure
ranged a surprise ValenMne
Lard party for her mother, Mr.
Carlton Hallett at their a t
ionce Saturday evening.
Upon retunlng from a drive
with Mr. Hallett, the honote
was greeted by a group Tof
friends Including, Mrs. D. B.'
Marshal, Mrs. George Zima -
man, M s. Hubert Hart, Ti'
Judy Oray and her diN
A _lare heartshaped Irx'
aontained Valentines o
group, after they were #.
changed a decorated cake wb'
out and served witi. ether to-
freshments; arranged bj th
young hostess.
The adults enjoyed o-
ning of bridge after t re *
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "I" Street Panam .
No. 12,179 Central Ave. CMol'

Lew is Service
No 4 Tlvoll Ave -Phone 3-2291. and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Sal6n de Belieza Americno
No. 65 West 12 h Street

Carton Drag Store
10.6 Melndes Ave.-Phonse M Golds

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Agenda lternacional de Publcacioaes ...if it Acorner rstudlant 8.
No. 3 Lottery Plaas Phone 2-3199 Phos 32214 and 2-27

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Tmere will be a "Washington's Leg ion AUXIM I
Birthday" cabaret night at theA/
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service. UffilCir IO
Center. Balboa on Sunday at 7'
USO JWB junior hostesses On Radico 0,SI
have been invited. Members of IMrs. Rae .Na,
the mllltarv and their families rent o. te a
also are Invited. President of taU
alon Auxiliary
Georgie'sChop tonight over ti r
Georgie's Chop Hop Radiotm
Planned At Y' fre.of% eu,=
Snumerot V e Orv
In CristobalI IndtraiS 1 lB
Washington's Birthday will be Mrs. A htonv "ig@
obServed at the Cristobal YMCA- organlationcon
USO wthU a Geol'm Chop Hop a mUU manW
Dance. Sm-rema M attend n units U
this dance w.Ul enjoy the novel Ite ta
program that the Soclal Activi- Alaska
te Committee of the "Y" have Zone
Dalmeat r illO a att 6:00 p .au
ad camL au to IL0 pJn.

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Household Automobiles PHILLIPS Oceanside o s. The PROFESSIONAL
.. Wre Al"ihen Ammeim Only court ,n Santa Ciara with oan
FOR SALE Eleiri, a rn.aune -e- OR ..ALE 1947 Ch,.ler Wndsor 203 Ame. C. Oceonv;ew from all cottages. Step'
,,e,, or tour, edoC,' Exceptoroal $8.0 00. Room to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeratQIn, COtS 00 nomore t o rStect
Qaor Phr. 2 3.'4. Bolboc 2c,. Holel Tvol. Balboa 21L NOTICE- Branch 77 Fleet Reserve barbecue and shuffle bo4rd. Pan- and beautify concrte
.- FOR SALE 1948 Internoatrnal de- Association to be reactivate Feb- ama 3-1877. Margarita- 3-1673
FOR SALE -Piano in perfect con- |,v 3/4 ton. Very good condi- ruary 20, 1953 at Bond Shack Box No. 435 Balboo. bulldogs
dn,,o,, cheap. No. 4 Darien stree ti,o,-, 15th Nat. Dist. All eligible Naval rOSTER'S Cottagel. One n With .
Apt i, acting Jar dn Balboa. Te- SMOOT & PAREDES, S. A. and Marine Corps are invited to Santa Clara. Completely furnished. N C E M
lephore :-996 Chevrolet become Charter members. Rock Gas Refrigerators and St"iq.
FOR SALE -- T2 o 9 -x 2 -ocl FOR SALE --1948 Naoh Ambassador Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Bring your linens. Phone Doomer's Decorative and durable -
hooked rugs Sx 3 x 5 wool hooked sedan Good Shape $650 00 Central Avenue "K" Street Corner. 2-0170. aterDroof oat
rugs. 9 x 1 green fiber rug Le-te, 202:-B Curundu 83-6113. Telephone 2-3479 Panaom. Gr mllch Seat Q- uead Ak fo' descrlDtIVt f0odsr
Be4t Rogs Sornet piano v.,th ben:, fOP SALE -1950 Chevrolet Station cottage. Electric Ice' bkgMI a and color chart
4 mahoha ...ngoom chn Wgon, excellent mechanicalcon- ov modfte t es.
|,.,ng room cha.r, uphclIreied ln.leath FOR SALE Gmbo 4*5, PeEdro M GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
plastic. 2 metal chest of d r.erS SMOOT & PAREDIS, S. A. n uta Ccatl 3 A4 .
metal dressers with .-.... .... g Buick Chevrolet MiscellaeousStay t Hotel Pan Americane in cool *. 2-4 .
icom chairs with slp p .er, deStk. H t A i I cT .
bookct:es, cabinet stie c ecti., FOR SALE:-1949 Mercury ,n per- Sealed bids, in triplicate %ill be re- beautiful El Valle.
.,Ang rr'ach.r.e. electric ror,,, rr., tect condition, like nev,. Good ceved in the office of the Enginer- Swim and x t'Santo Clara beach. '
ma-tei, Undearood t,.darJd tpe- pr.ce. No. 4 Apt. 1. Daorer, tree ,ng and Construction Director, Pan- For completely furnished houses-
wrier smali table; 6 rr.. ellarecu. Telephone 2-1996. ama Canal Company, Balboa Heights, cpl SHRNA L, Balboa 1389. OIn MIow4 'M
e SpRd An:o N..C He. FOR SALE- 1950 Buick Ri.verao 2n. 1953, cnd then publicly Spend your weekend at Casino Santa .
FR A_ Rd_'ne.e .Coupe. 2 tone, radio. Very good opened, tor furnishing all plant., ools. Clara, cabin ,.4.00 a couple.
"FOR .LE -- : cb e ,el.ogeao> coSton. PAREDS. S. A. equipment, labor, services, and ma- Dance music by Casino Aces. IljiEhEr
'.re :. ,o be dnie c-.or SMOOTC Burck ACh let SA terials except Panama Canal Corn- WIlli|ms' Santa Clara Beach cot- I &a
h.nleld ro n-.r,,hS og,.. ,OC. Buick Chevrolet- _par.y furn,shed materiols, and for tagd& 2 bedrOotte refirgerat.Ion ,
,:.ue 14,9.k.. Balboa .OR SALE:-1942 Buick Super Con-[ perforng all' work for Exterior ROckg g r al. 2-300.
: SALE A Kll. rolocr .,,iAn'Oa- erible. House 760-C Barnebes Paionting of Buildings in the Canal Except week-bed.
iC, goG.od .v..r. .on, c.iJ ccle $7 j0.- Street Balboa, Tel. 2-2984, Best. Zone listed briefly as follows: Sched- a
00C Cool. Nc. 363 Apt. A. Offer ule A. -Balboo Housing iDistrict.A FOR RENT I als S. A.
.... Schedule B.- Pi.r.. d Miguel and FO R-E TMgSdod
FC7 -AE -- etdi Economat Dial- FOR SALE 95Q Studebaker Sedan imcHu .-PDriguele.and.FOR
of a-c ei~her 60 cycle PrrC c 4 doors. good point.r ,,re upholsH- C. .. ....... g"storJ
), ajL Phonre 3-29'25 New Cris- I terv and radio in excellent cond-Fors oal sspecificon, FOR RENT. T' American couple We : W k d r oIri
-SMOOT 1, PAREDIE S A ond full particulars may be obtained no chtl l bedrooM furnish- anything. 'Phone 2-2451,
.'R ALE Cne ,mmont fng Chev'et rom the office of the Contract and ed cho CBella Vista from 2.296, Pat *
,kd r fe ,or ,uble bed, p. 'Inspection Division, Room 336, Bl a 1. Phone Pnarrio
?;r cord-loin i corr.ble massage bo Heights ITelephone 2-3739 or 3-202.
table, exceler.r condition. 4 be- RS AL E 12-26981. Specifications and drow- FOR T
veled, ea rrfr, rful, ze d. dears, 1 rgs will be issued on a Deposit rO 71at -b' droom Chaletbar. om
heeled m ,ror 3t meter .I Boat & Motors $20.00 per set. Deposit will be for- tFORC R N -.Ad Eroam, Nolet Ei "an
oI 12th : P41ltilio. Telephone 3- ^Iyj lw w
coibinacn ik-tche' chain rand steP.FOR SALE -Outboord motors, 2t feed f specification, and driowings 3544 or 2-017 Sr. Mene.
lodnrt. Phore Pcmnm o 2-04 :39. 1 and 6 h.p. Excellent condi on ore n t, returned within 40 calendar 1 2th 1O1** S rw. Melephone .ALR 114
Must e ell one. Tel. 3.-6257. 1 days after opening of bids. FOR RENT USED FURNITURE
WANT D FOR SALE-26 bot N FORSALE:- Miscellaneous electric l OR RENT I
WANTED ovi i, 6, woo kirequipmentincludingT
can be seen at Diablo seo scoutsJ oodwkn equipment includn Ap rtmments U fl .
Mi ll.n dok for normotO coll 83- 4] one 60cycle deep freeze. Coll WSn o
____laneos I or 83-7140. I Balboa 1530. Office hours. FOR RENT:-Apartnmet, bedreame
WANTED --Unturnished houe, 3 or FOR SALE -Y-acht "La C.sne" No FOR SALE.-Clarinet used very little No. 4 Drien uStre. Booi 1 A t Iw
4 bedrooms; call Institute Inter- 612 Cashor trr Mr. Luddy new condition. $40.00 2183-B stairs facing ordin Balbow Tel.
omerican Affoairs 2-4667 from Carl 83 7219 Curundu. Tel. 83-5144. 2-1996 Panama.
7-30 a.m. to I 30 pn or Mr. __________ A A
Cummings. Tivol. Hotel. I, U P i. .
WANTED -One prcpeller 40" ,,Ich I I .H P Want e.
a over 60' dioarreer small hub ret WA T EI 6- .
-blade total blade area 81, sqO*.r u r n
Ft. and heavy sohd bronze for tup- eral houseward and to
boat also two cylinder heads wig- single d. Must ha cRRE
ton diesel model ,6-133 serial Ndt ht I obal r L IN A L Iboor4
4873 write Ancon, C. Z. Box r Central Ave. No, 170,. Prun-4. or two A

WANTED- L.-ng uartr. Ameq- "Goodbye My Fancy the Up Your Hearts FR RE .* Sanihe d
,can onami trwo daughters 8 and edy success that combine@ slugLfn up You earS RREr G. 1. A ml MM
4. Gall Sgr Coos 83-427'" Cur. with bright ideas, will open at' l A pri-
Hegh'- Cristobal High School .&udltor-t -th uly.
lum tomorrow a, a presetation (A Leatem feltu eof the MuesV5 7.
of Cristobal High School Thee-i Pamaus-Amerlea. prelred
Sco ul N ews ac",c^s*,hand*hby theRev.AE. cei A

Zonians Get Awards bye. My Fancy" is the romantic WORLD OF 'RAY i..
Will R. Price of Cristobal was gress who comes back to her Al- 5:8.lan- 5: p iN.' f -.1i ( dega,
recently presented the Silver ma Mater twenty years later to 5:1 brs
Beaver award by the Canal Zone marry the college president, qn-
Council. Bov Scouts of America. Iv to find herself slowly losing Tomorrow Christian people FeAS enib. 1 i ( At 8:30 a.m. Mond
The award is the highest a- her heart Lo. a Life photographer, throughout the world will offer lar Trma a m9 ). he last set oat f t:or
ward a local council can make Though the president has be- their prayers and praise to Al- aoe wi u s e P oo Pt tesd th
for distinguished service to boy- come a prisoner of the schools mighty God In churches and ume the man h e mus c bow t., a.. ur
hood. overbearing trustees, the Cofl-homes. The first Friday In Lent ened to-Punch.b oarded abus-and
gresswoman tries hard to keeplhas been observed for many the big citywth. Sa.
Price. a veteran Boy Scout ner faith in him ashe helps hlmyears asa united offering L Th ore rd s
leader in the Canal Zone. has to regain htB self-respect and In- prayer. This year's World Day of The former Pre dent riped l nte
served a a pack commItteeman te.rity, Prayer is based upon the passe into Hume in a eter In 1 for another $1 a res
I .ro .. committeeman, district above with the general their, -Jl him whgsa
commirsionr-r. president of the The need to stand up and fight, 'Christian Work In Africa." Sam hims r
Canal Zone council. organization lor %hat we believe In as well as ree games In s i
a:ri extension chairman and is to be willing to face the hard; "You are light In the Lord," the But now all apparently lay t eor .
currently serving as council com- acts of the world we live in- apostle Paul said "walk as chil- given. Mr. Truman sent Hume a Truck di, To-y
mis.sionier. this is the timely theme of the dren of the light." But readers Personal letter i whh ld: foi nd the r te
play. In striving for her serious might ask: "What does thts oa$-&aletr w ..
Bo. Scout statuettes for out- pointa.however, the author ne- mean? It is poetr: let us have it "sThe article which o .LInq w.,
rp:spnted rto commander Rus foer--et t"ha"t she_.writig a translated Into plain prose. How on my conlbutlon tol 10 V A .t ulse m" ni.ri-i
Pse ted to commander Rus- oua cheerful. good-natured comedy shall we walk as children of the loversof 4I4 h IS bpen u b
Heilhts; James L Fulton, Jack deigned for lu l"t1 pu roses. light? Show u the path. "I will called to my attention. I tape.e- """
DeVore. Franke W Hohmann and aMrgaret Joudrey willt be seen tell you the a tl answers: elate it highly." to par tsi
eor. Fran W han a~nd ... .. a the forthright Coungresswoman "the fruit of the light is In all i
Wictor D Young of atlun Fe- who faces up to her past when! goodness and righteousness and -The tone of Mr. Trnuml'a ear- "arm b t .,-
lix Karpenski of Coco Solo- she returns to visIt her Alma truth. Walk in these ways: let ler letter was slightly d 4 rent. so-- 'h."
Charles F. Ebner Jr of Fort Kob Mater. George Bennet will beyour life bear 3 Ifruit,* and you Hume, critic for the Wahing So z jt '-J44
be. and Robert F Roh of Da- seen as the college head who'sI will be true children of the light ton Pogt, had called one of Mar awa
be. and Robert F Roche of Dia- become a yes-man for the trus- of God So living you will find aret's concerts "flat" a h
tees. while Msaac Poltynovich will out what It is that pleases God, father felta ,parent-& ,'
Certicates of be playing the part of the dyna-: and how joyful a-thing is to pe
Certificates of neritur o s m ho'been inplease Him (ver Your life met ou but
sentied to. Wllyhoodam B Malpre-lor e with the lady from Cone': will then be free from all com- yvou'll en t ne "abe 'It
seaned Nelson E. Wise olliam B Malboa ever since they met in wartie. plicity with the works of dark- ty of bee new now e s .
and Nelson E. Wise oi Balboa. Kay Argo will portray the Con- ness. It will shains w
h MaBeckett.George Marsh and gresswoman' wise-crackn grl ess clear and t was quoted as writn.
FortChaplain James E Hemlvoa of Friday Nanoy Kariger and Elaine will put to shame the works of h
Diablo. Curtis L. Coate of GaO are will be seen as college se- darkness and transform the rv hare b ut read youre
Ted A. Marti of Pedro Mlhplatt niors.and other roles have been darkness itself Jh the fruit revil buredlin the. m
Dalton M Locke of Cdrurnd- assiged to Lorna Stone, BettYof light In Ch it f1 be found Youn M eulr i
ao E. Powell of Albrook d Tarr John Albright. David Lane,v our light of life. ember the man who never
Waldo B. COlielv of Mar0Abara: Cav Dignam, JImmv Custer and words of the Lo Let an eight-ulcer nmn. 7
ald Rober Dunev of Gamboar Maricha Tagaropulos. vour light t o s W n r J1e 1anWd Ml
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To $15,000 Handicap Triumph
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jockey Jorge Contreras teamed up to form an in-
fincible Chilean combination yesterday as they won
S the $15,000 added Bougainvillea Handicap over a
i instance of one-mile-and-three-sixteenths at Haileah
S Park.
(EDITORS NOTE: Chilean jockey Jorge Contreras was
a first line rider at Panama's Juan Franco track until he
invaded the U.S. last year. Contreras went to the U.S. at
a. the insistence of Ruperto Donoso, another Chilean who
was a crack performer in the U.S. until recently and also
rode at Juan Franco before going into retirement.)
S .Lie hefty bay five-year-old stretch then staved off Brush
S son of Espadln-Bella g a mba Burn's final challenge as Kenny
turned back the challenges of 15 Church's frantic urging failed to
other entrants, including five get the favorite up. Iceberg II
foreign bred horses, while turn- scored by three parts of a
ing the distance in 1:57 3/5 length. Dulat wound up third,
one second off the tradc record only a nose behind Brush Burn.
held by Cat Bridge over the turf Brush Burn had been a win-
course. ner of three straight races while
Longshot Streaking set the Dulat was seeking his fourth
early pace over the clipped grass consecutive turf course victory.
with Hierarch, Brush Burn Iceberg II returned his backers
the favorite, and Mandingo in $19.10, $8.80 and $5.
S closest pursuit. Meanwhile. Ice- The triumph was a near all-
berg II raced in the middle of Latin sweep. Iceberg's trainer Is
the pack u n d e r Contreras' Argentine Horaclo Luro. His
steadying restraint. owner, however, is W. A. Hanger
The order remained more or of Kentucky.
less the same until the final Iceberg II picked up $15,175
turn where Dulat took the lead for the win and increased his
with Seaward second and Brush earnings in his two seasons of
Burn third. At this point Streak- racing In the States to $19.100.
lng and Hierarch dropped out of Contreras. who also came to the
contention. U. 8. In 1952, was a winner of
Iceberg II came on fast and over 70 races at New England
S tok the lead midway down the tracks last year.

Hughes Hurls CHS To 11-0

Two-Hit Victory Over J.C.

The Standings
Interscholastic Baseball
W L Pet.
Oristobal High 3 0 1.000
Balboa High 1 1 .500
Junior College 0 3 .000
Tuesday's Results
C. H. S. 11 Junior College 0
The Cristobal High School
Tigers drew one game closer to
permanent possession of the In-
tUrscholastic Baseball Trophy
and Tommy Hughes retained an
unscored-upon status against
Balboa High and Junior Colllege
when the Gold Coast High
School nine blasted seven hits
and. with the help of 8 J. C
errors, beat the latter by an 11
to 0 count.
This Is the second time that

Along The Fairways
The tournament for last Thurs-
S dsas proved to be extraordinary,
exhlaating, and, in some cases,
quite an expedition. The 17 la-
dles played from thq men's tees
and from the conversation at the
19th hole some of the ladies,
though none too pleased with
their scores, were at least happy
Sto.finally learn where their hus-
baSds had been disappearing to
on holes such as Nos. 2, 8, and 17.
The extra 500 yards proved to
be no handicap for Sylvia Car-
Pfter uas she captured first prize
wift a very neat gross 83 and
net 07. A par ong No. 8 would
have resulted In an even neater
79 for Sylvibut this hole proved
to be a "Sam Snead Whammy"
for nearly everyone. 2nd prize
was awarded to Margaret Abarr
SWith her net 69 and 3rd prize
was gathered in by Irene Robin-
son with a net 71. Low gross
scores for the day were shared by
Sylvia and Ann Little's 83.
The 17 participants of this
tournament represented handl-
eaps from a 7 to 34 so it was a
good cross section of the lady
members of the American Club.
It was interesting to note taht
on the four 5 par holes in which
the men's tees added the great-
est yardage 7 pars were scored
for the day. No. 8 provided no
pats and required an average of
7% strokes per player. No. 2 par-
red by one player and the aver-
age was 7 strokes. On the other
hand No. 5 required an average
of only 5% strokes and No. 18
A ly 6 strokes so it's apparent
the fairer sex at Amador can hit
the long ball when the occasion

Hughes has faced Junior College
this year, his first outing being
In Balboa when he also toiled
a two-hit white-wash. Tommy
also has for his record, a one-hit
shut-out victory over Balboa.
Freddy Aleguas worked all
seven innings for the losers, but
was unable to repeat his effect-
iveness against Cristobal which
he showed in the first J. C.-Cris-
tobal game when he relieved
Dilman, and though the game
was already lost he held Cristo-
bal at bay for the last five In-
Sixof the seven Cristobal Hits
were scored in the first three
innings when they accounted for
10 of the 11 runs.
Besides only giving up two
hits, Hughes struck out 16
Junior College batters.
ab r h po a e
Meterien, G. 3b 3 0 0 3 0 2
Aleguas, F. p. 1 0 1 0 2 0
Halsall lb 3 0 1 8 1 0
NILkersher s 3 0 0 0 3 1
Aleguas, S. 2b 3 0 0 1 4 0
Foxc 30 0 6 0 1
Tinnin If 2 0 0 0 0 1
Meterien. B. cf 2 0 0 0 0 3
Stevenson rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
21 0 2 18 10
ab r h po a e
Hatgi as 2 3 2 1 0 0
Leon ss 1 0 0 1 0 0
Saso If 1 0 0 0 0 0
Grace If 2 1 0 0 0 0
Price lb 2 2 0 1 0 0
Bazan 3b 1 0 0 1 0 0
Hughes D 3 1 2 0 0 0
Bryant 3b 2 1 1 0 0 0
Orivs 3b-lb 1 0 0 1 0 0
Newhard 2b 2 1 0 1 1 0
Smith rf 4 0 2 0 1 1
Salter cf 2 1 0 0 0 0
Reed c 4 1 0 15 3 0

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is only 18 but fashol t! poise
and style of a veteran winding
up to release the dius in a
practice meet in Londo(. (NA)

Powells, Balboa

Beer In Atlantic

Twi-Loop Tonight
The St-,.iings
Atlantic Twilight Baseball
(Second Half)
W L Pet.
Dodge 3 0 1.000
Powells 2 1 .066
Pabst 1 2 .333
Balboa Beer 0 3 .000
Tonight's Game (7 p.m.)
Powells vs. Balboa Beer
The Powells nine, currently in
second place in the Atlantit
Twi-Loop, one game behind
Dodge V-8, will have an oppr-
tunity to cut down oa thatlad
tonight when they tackle- th
cellar-dwelling Balboa Beers,
The last time these two teams
met, Powells eked out a close
one. 7 to 6. Although the Brewers
have been unable to win a game
in the second half, two of their
losses have been by a one-run
. rgin, having lost Monday
night's game the league-
.crders, 3 to 2.
Reason for the Brewers failure
to make a better showing can
be traced to the fact that they
have been unable to find an:
ample replacement for their No.I
1 pitcher, Willie Pretto, who left
for Darien after the end of the
first half.
A win for Powells would move
them within a half game of the
lead, so Dockery will certain~
be sending Vince Ridge to th.
hill in quest of victory. The
Brewers will have to rely on the
left-handed slants of Bill Mc-
Arthur who has had plenty of
rest since his 7 to 4 loss at the
hands of Pabst Feb. 8.


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bow They Stand: 6A ATRACCION
Gibraltar 2 0 1.0
Balboa HS I 1 .50 0 ab r hp
La Atraccion 1 1 .00 y, E. cf 1 0 0. 1
Brewers 0 0 .000 2Sob 3 0 1-.'
Curundu 0 1 .000 2 1 0 3
Chevies 0 1 .000 e 1 0 0 0
B tb 3 1 2 7
Behind the pitching of Noek e as 3 0 2
Gibson, the Gibraltar nine wal- W a If 3 0 0 2
loped La Atracclon 13-2 last D tra 3b 0 0 2
night. La Atraccion scored their Loaadico, D. r 3 0 0 1
two runs on three hits. The runs lin p 3 0 0 1

came about on an error in the
fourth inning.
Monday night, an excellent
ame between Balboa High
school and the Chevies was
played with Balboa taking the
game in the tenth inning on a
ong fly ball. Both pitchers went
the whole way with Morton
emerging the winner.
Tonight at Balboa, the Brew-
ers will play their first game of
the second half when they meet
Curundu. Probable starters for
this game will be Jansen for thr
Brewers and Medinger for Cu-
The box scores:

Matos C.PO.. ........
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Facr. M.R.A........
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Robinette Mtta......-.H. T

Gamboa Swim Pool
Cleaning Slated
For Next Tuesday
Gamboa swimming pool will
be closed a day Tuesday, Feb.
24, for cleaning, it was an-
nouneed today by the Physical
Education & Recreation
The work will be done by
the maintenance Division
forces, and It is expected that
i will be completed in time to
have the pool reopened on the
regular schedule the following
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La track. 000 200- 2 3
Umpire: Corrlgan. Time of
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GI ATAR The Crlatobal Gun Club cor-
aIBrAL AR dially invites all shooters to Its
ab r h po a annual Skeet Shoot to be held
Hale 2b 32 0 2 1 0 unday fe. i at 10:ua.m.
Keleher, M. rf 1 0 1 0 0 0 u y -
Keenan Ib 4 1 2 6 0 0 Thi isthe "Joe Hayden Me-
Jones cf 4 0 0 1 0 0 morinl" In honor of one of the
Gibson1 5 0 1 0 0 0 Club's original fmsndbra. The
Dedeaux as 4 2 2 0 2 winner of this shoot will have
Suisman 3b, b 3 2 0 0 3 0 hi or her name engraved on
Sullivt If 3 1 2 0 0 0 a fine cup which remains n the
Hammond Sb 1 0 1 0 1 0 clubhouse.
Chance ;f 2 2 1 0 0
Densby rf 22 1 0 0 0 There will also be a trophy
wearingen c 4 3 3 10 2 1 for the winner of the second
aclas. Bring the family and en-
Totals 35 13 132 1 7 loy our cleb house services.

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omn backn tha to
sore two more o b w
overabadowmd in M
the s"0"d wbam3 rti m
sixtMr men to ao
twelve runs. Thereafter map
uIidD could not q4t e 'Ail u&
Qsorbt two In the w o
the LuM one a tih Us
two t o he u veni an
Baxter's "m e I
thir to fin twel lftotel of i
Pon iuro ead en ba
g wth Nio w
(14), ooodwin, (2-1), L
Saber, (4), or., (
lun homaer in the first a
buty. (1), DIav and mo f
eleb with two for four
Bauter's sUtlckmeu wai k o
with two for four,
with one for tour Wodruf
witn two for four, Andeson wph
lne tor thre, oM
oflr.t h o~ r an the iParn 1.

Softba s tob ho aL arrived

and i retlW N of theM a".i

X9. IO at wfti I
IpTh Ibohys oTla ch

have given a good aeount of
hemseves n am t
to date in the "" mn Lea
League. Qsaetk Il a In ire
pitcig;depairtm-t with r-
lad have o the way at
the plate. g morning g,
host to th Pedro Miueladl
don the Diahlo diamefd,

Amed Forces

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Timely hitting and oppo-

ay ,,onal tm, n their
omae f Monday.
A urI_ by dvpomdbl1o f1
basne Juan Kuujmawa atld t
douber scrappy third bau-
man e Ramey put rune
t ofp the on an error In
.the -ft othnn,
Th11 Abroek tykes capltallM
en UY ~ a brals given tef
by l~.-Croal pithert

o robto=ok, 1 i to,
VyIteo ~2Colon who tllelve
317 Tbstp he te fourth
nine, was tbe winning pitchet.
Johni Deslodg: went e way
fdr Albok tm tai the loss.
AI o "k threaten all the
way. In tb of tbe stth
thnnin he n ture aimlen
l thded tia bu S wla sl
d twlr twE

a effort oPe'e tWo two p-
gxu MiZd the teCm.
IM the t'd ning Clayton-
Ooeegal began their Woring. A
Coloa doubI a single by3il1ly
Thear thtwo e s on balls, and
m' brought *hme three

IlrUL AA ; Ro V do,
Another duble by Cohlon plus-
walk to "Pewee" Wikioe; tm
rt1Mted the only other C-C
of the contest in the
U- for the two teams:
A e; Rrt onald Hudak. b;
88ev. VoJda 31; Roy Varnados,
Mo uc k l Ifa;c, If; John DM-
p Charge" Gtert, c: Jim
rfCari Sandefur,
d Faltu Sbb Frank
S I- Rber onnt b lb;
i Broo, lb; Fred Klopper,
S .yton-Oorosa -- WlUe Wil-

Gun Club Notes
The Balboa Oun Club's man- Cristebal
ager has been experimenting Constantine 19
with a lighting system to hold Hatgl 194
night shoots at the Faran trap schelbeler 18
and skeet range. If this enter- Sthples 194
praise proves to be successful it
should be an Interesting novelty
to the shooters In the Canal Cristobal In
Zone. Leplcy 200
Trap manager Bill Cunning- Bingam 19
ham wishes to announce that iO 1i
Saturday afternoon, Feb. 21, Delgad 11
starting at :00 a trap shoot will
be held on the Balboa range.
Two trophies wi be awarded iliboe lSe
for high Isn, two Lewis Cld- Millard, 2. 200
se. via the added bird system. Tqdd 197
There will be an entry fee of Millard,. 194
$1.0 to pay for the trophies Ross 191
while the balance of the money
will be divided among the fol-
low-ups The program wll be Balbed Jula
decided by the shooters. laght Wi
Don't forget yoar skeet un Olasburn 193
because immediately after t Harris 192
trap shoot ends thtee wil be a Tattenburn 11
contest of "that kind of shet'" Sclnldt 191
for a beer bet.
The Balboa Oun Club opened Palboa Seal
the 108 outdoor, small bore Pvreau lT
competing, with a real bag Irear, C 11i
last 8uadal. It has been wMll lir, Mr. 1S
peoed around the Club thatthis lake, Mrs. 171
yiar new records will be mde.
The Club was host to two te I
from the training ship "Malne" "Male" I
from The New York State MMa- Hall 11
time Academy. The day and Q nahue 13
eon tions were excellent, with Catty. 189
at enough wind to make things Moher 187
7U Club has been fortunate
in securing, on temporary duty nigh ldlividu
status, the a rvices of Merlin. Leple
the vithty magician of Ming 8tl
Arthur's Court, to keep away the Tuner
Sgremlins. Marlin stated e sn he DiIlUMn
was astounded at the results. Joe
The Balboa Seniors won, drop- M d
ping only eighteen polnt ad Thirty-nIDne oh
earning 80 X's, which s s0% X's On u~i day. 1
over tine cout. Merli was ac- chanihan ll n t
uuNd of givn_ an assist to our wIn bea fwlt b
gir, BarbAriai Wlard, who fired .22 callber, Irn
Course o9 3ire
a pauBl at 0 yards and drop- Course of t win
e y at 0 y a one andd
nut 394, taking sIth place. e follow 00
Who would be so ung~oant as been recelv ma
not to give our Barba an as- Mcerlin promtdit
Vt Merlin was also accused of no asist t# t
iving Archie Turner an ass.s "Sturdy" Tdd
la hardly any light was semn separatet te
a ny) between e gro und, the clerks from the r
rife, and Archi's hand. How- the Navy, merely
Mver, Merlin U id he walked sibie br me." Ou
through the Wae; therefore,"I'll try," go
wlM ean doubt 1 RiUleman Le- Joyce meml
pler, Navy Coa Iolo.won first sald. ,uts,"
place honor with bi.
How god Oan you get? Com -
m3et by Mrlin was that he hadi
no haid in tt but sagely ober- JUS IIre
e'd he thought 3 Voul Oset th
,o and g&0e the a .rines Irked. .
tf.j! ba Jw pr wmwon the ron

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Turner 199 r To
Dulman 2So IN. "W W Iw Om F
Joyce 11 191 395 Middoleweight Ii
Lucau 19 15 3 94 ena
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Cristobal Senior1 ge. '
Byrd 1in 198 397 I Tki.e '
POtter 197 191 38 Glau le ,i g l
PerkLn 1i1 1n I 38O' .intbd,
C(1ote 190 234 fa
So eardelle was an
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Vasil, cf; David RoeIs, If: illy vere t 06ei
Thqrp p-Js; Juan Kulawa, i brry sMuAe
Kelley Ra:y41, Sb; Ra y 3utl ldgeul w eik ie
If-cf Mke Nielson, rf; Bobby reversed Chi
Speir, rf. gret ds that t]
The line score: uept find any
Albrook 101 00-4 5 ebae the sar
Clayton-Coro. 003 0-4 I 3 AgnelLe.


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WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP) from the writings of such "con- Mich.), who lost both legs in 0#, Amuriean euasuail
The Voice of America spent troversial persons'" at Fast. World War II, asked Fast if he Cile unit aggreslot ie- K
so much money broadcasting a Secretary of State John Fos- would serve his country by rna
Juvenile "thriller" series to La- ter Dulles cancelled the memo. fighting in Korea if drafted. Pat would not sOy wlyPT r
tin America last year it had on- It said that in the works of a "If you're going to add theis a communist or wbbmer
ly $2.000 or $3,000 to spend for person 'known as a Soviet-en- last part of that question," Fut wda-ed when he wrTit"C
serious subjects, a disgusted of- dorsed author, material favora- snapped, "I'm going to refuse to ai. Tlais PA e" aPC *
[icial said yesterday. ble to the United -States may answer." o ate. which
Stuart Ayers, acting chief of therefore be given special cre- He said he would serve in the t Deatment
the Voice's Latin American di- dibility among selected key au- Army. if drafted but objected into various languages for ov
vision, told the Senate investi- diences." that Potter's question about Ko- sea circulation.
gating committee that "Eye of Testimony did not reveal if rea was "loaded."
the Eagle" a series featuring East's writings were used. Potter replied that t aleo f L.E La
a scientist with a jet helicopter Sen. Charles E. Potter IR- was a loaded question for 130,-
and an "atomic eye" that "sees"
000 to $60,000. TO S
He blamed Robert Bauer,
then'head of the Voice over- EOUL X0R4,e (UP)
seas service section. He said American Sabre = an4 .
Bauer has sincq been promot- more Ruealan-built 1i
ed to chief of the field ser- fighters todsy while 'protett
vices division. more than. I QU N. lp'ErPla
Ayers said "Eye of the Eagle" attacking a B tr scho
had no propaganda value for a- I freight yard and a large .triletvsto agrane cntr.'

JOHN DAVID PROVOO steps rudI ~uu. R..u, ..........
from a police van at the Fed- for entertainment of children.
eral House of Detention in New
York following his sentence to (EDITORS'S NOTE: Stuart
life imprisonment on charges Ayers spent almost one month
of treason, in Panama last April when
Sthe radio-ship Courier was
NEW YORK, Feb. 19- ILI1 here on it.s shakedown cruise.)
John David Provoo, former ar-
My sergeant convicted of trea-
son' against his fellow Amerl- Also yesterday left-wing no-
can -prisoners during W o r d velist Howard Fast refused to
my rsersen conrcte Wof drtell t hhe same senate I onvest-
War II, was sentenced to life in tell thesame Senate investi-
.prison yesterday by a judgemgators whether he wos a u
who declared that "traitors are fight for the United States a-
all to be despised." gat forthe United States a-
Federal J udge Gregory F. Fast who woed fn or the
Noonan, who could have sen- Fast, who worked for the Of-
teNoonanced the 35-year-old native sen- ice of War Information during
tenced the 35-year-old native orld War II. told Sen. Jose h
o San Francisco to as little World War I, told Sen. JosepI
as five years or to death, an- R. McCarthy's Senate Investi-
nounced his decision aoter Pro- gating Committee that the an-
vou bd declaredin an emo- swers might Incrimminate him.
tional appeal th inat: He testified at an angry tele- C u .; -
S tLona t a opeal th ent: e to ised hearing and frequently en- (
"fdea did not fornd the intent to 116 prison a rfal-P1 he hod .i
d thed enemy o i love l this gaged in noisy exchanges with TWO PARTY RANpDSHAE Preusldem t teawu
aid othe enemy. I love this EltaM
country." committee members. hand with the man he defeated in the psad tl
rco s the eihth Ae- The group is investigating Adlal Stevenson. The former Ilintls Governoa m
ca oo is thce eighth Amer charges of waste and misman- White House, meeting Ikr fiae to face for the lira ne lM
tl m treb con victe d of arf agemert in the State Depart- the hard-fought 1953 potical rate
trae treason since the end of .ent Ouard Jm H o w t I '
the war and the third to be men Voice of America.n
sentenced to life nlrisbnment Sen.on L. MC lellan (D-
One has been Int. inen o Ark.) charged that disclosures "a ou amiunr e E
One has been sentenced to of mb management in Voice theU Ai-IU
NOnan said he decided after operations go beyond '"ncom- .
N.( nan said he decided after
with, myself" to spare Provoo "ma y border on treason."
liftMcCarthy (R-Wls.) read
Out he added, "in justice to memorandum by official Wa o
those who suffered untold ago- Bradley Conners gi v I n g the o '
nleb, the penalty se-Voie authority to broadcast FORT WORTH, 'ex.. Feb. 19
vere.'" (UP)-Police threw up road-,
"tt is the Judgment of this r s blocks today in an satempt to the ,
court," the judge said, "that cut off nine men who br ke ot0
the. defendant be assigned by of Tarrant County Jail under thp 1r Hill said
the U.S. attorney general to rel moit on Threa leadershiD of a former Alcatraz o content
federal prison for ared during Tp l Prison inmate. I; r thold
the term of his natural life." One escape was captured here thatthet
Provoo silently heard the For Junior shortly after escape t .night. by
sentgace and was taken to the rJu rrRingleader Floyd 41 the
federal house of detention ex-convi fromederal
where'he will be held until he WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)- e-onvi at fromatr t federal i
is sent to a penitentiary. He The House Armed Services Com- held in the county ja on
will be eligible for considera- mittee yesterday approved stoh- charges of robbing two Cuban
tion for parole in 15 years. gap legislation to halt threat- guly runners of $24,0O at
He was convicted Feb. of ended demotions of junior officers machnegun-point last Oct. 3.
four acts of treason. In the Army and Navy. Guard Jimmy Ho lomb went
Among the charges were im- The demotions, affecting about into a fifth floor corridor on a
location in the slaying of A- 400 Navy lieutenants and 2,333 routine check and found prson-
merican Capt. Burton Thom- Army Ist lieutenants, were to era out in the hall. Beore he

Before the sentencing. Pro- The services said they were comb's keys and mrlocked all
motion wand m ch od what he David amendment to the current flooraa my effort.
motion and much of what. he military appropriations law. l
d blewas confused and unintel- The Davis amendment put The group then went to the esrdr r.
f"I got comhi aa letel cd 'strict limitson the number of of- basement hand neaked up__ot p
Sgot completely confused ers each service could have in Jim Smith and Jeys Young. The euct II ni emfor t
on Corregidor" he told the each rank. guards were slJdai. ytOa e bGP member
eIRep. Glenn R. Davia (R-Wis.), prisoners, who tho ens rie d Muns .
'e last thing I remember It sponsor, claimed the military and left the IWetldt'. tot
was talking to acold r... e was getting top heavy with brass. A 1949 green Ford 5an was uon
remember we should resist e- However, he said he did not in- comm wandered by. five armed The lawmaka
en after we surrendered. tend to force any demoton men near the ail, at th
was confused, but I neter had With Davis, approval, the Arm- group of escapees w eved tO
S any qrntfson so great I would ed Services Coaisittee approved to have fled towu d _lyu, 'lex., =atW.te
violate the oath allegiance a bill exempting from the re- 40 miles to te east
to my country. stricUons officers with Army Deputy sheriff VeY o John-u s gr
"My confusion was never so rank of captain or below Navy son said two other 'gar were o a
geat that I took an oath of rank of lieutenant and below, reported stolen SlOB after the their to
allegiance to the Jap army. Ie' i .
did not fall in my duty.". Medic Pane l' i was schedule to tried Dtas i g, Aar(RdNi.
marks by saeaneng: March 9 (or the iJ of of ould lawlpro a
marks by sa g: Line i/ runners Manuel _]darll3d g and a out 1
"I wis to o ma hady Line Of inquiry Colt And4do de t o side, si t
r@ un-l o y g*, Won't Be Dropped a masked man ar.with atie alra
verdict here I've lost m ry Won't Be Dropped machineun took T
of citizenship. cash wehi they 4be r ... ,
of citizenship." DENVER, Feb. 19 (UP)-An cabana at the'
ap Of Dipleight-year-Old boy recovering Hills hotel at rd
SW lomots r en .epais at Denver' H.... il. l artd'
,. S a o Dip Children's HaspIal was wheel- er the holdup erp
Nee ds Fine Timing edl into wa'nloal session for
SA VIV, Feb. 19 (UP)-De- The boy o eager had selr,- Revenue
'MYcofuof the 39-member Soviet urea of comvultaios,.but when d
staff from Isel a s a doctor asked him to leave his On Both Sid
i Itoday until the govern- wheel chair he walked with his
aw I certain ISrael detplo- hands hel tightly to his waist. To Close Mondy
I .tes a w their way out of "Can't yea move your hands,
in ?" a speeolalist asked quietly. Internal Revaue .
didno altpnmh Yd of the final "N Io."bohses ofhwft e
both sides of ticnlddK r.Hfwscm
viet-srael dip- "Do yer hands hurt? closed nest MolaT y. sa
was aimed at "NO." leallyn the dm
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r reached it o "O I' got to hold up my wl be op a
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