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mnid former U.
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Pt derl Court
itvdof treawn for
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heJapatbe on Cer-
of the Wtem :MBud-
Wi thwwey w* eek
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lrk th ind1> in
To Cut Expense:
muri All construction projects agd operation progI .
are not the Panam6 Canal Compon and Cmul Zone GoW
w U,"O mont for the fiscal years 1953 On 194 iare m
Sunder careful review to determinw(l gie m ti
s trd ;to eliminated, postponed or reduced oac ThQg t n .
at a level nouncement today at Balboa iHeits.
situation ,The review isbeing made icelonc mr W i fte ,
how-cent directive to all U. .' Government m .| froEi c
Director of the Budget "to proved bOd l t i*S.
-re"no unu- ects which are deemed clearly eda.s'setlr I -p er
*s" in the a minimum level of cost and ex..eadti* .-
tl ors' 6roup
Members of the special com-
mittee of the Panama Canal
Company Board of Directors
were scheduled to conlade their
formal meeting here today.
The committee hn bee de-
voting most of It s a t dur-
ng the past two weeks to the
Camai's eaoftai.wr, tm for the
r hn, t ,man otf g koup,
Kim have ban d the isthmus
for the p w
Governor eYq and v S
CanTe otflel~s mber o the
sd yesterday c yatt ewi R
Pick on the Pnaua liner
oWednesday a ate nd l
Can l offic aJo-
ed yesterday by;L. Gen. Lews f
A. Pick, who carved mWth Mrs.
Pick on the P ama liner
e; Pwas lam All of the ccmtte. mem-
sent of the W- .-bers, with the e l o'of Gen.
made tin mi s Pck, are sC hebbEdul to sal wi
Sor Tokyo t tbe their trv tome ow mornM
fo -- -~ hab0r i on the 'S.. Pan* 0. G j
e.e Pr'*oAomeSd Mrs. Picktplan tosvend anotW
ft ote the ir week on the Irthm y.
The coa~lCwia projeetl be
gun or auttdta n the lid
reviewed the emntal Au
Lure of taMe rn beaetermnume
on an indi4tli hba. Govern
Seybold b to review each .
these project ,ad no ttudblm
contracts, re to be awmrdM
without hi "prier approve. A
alterations or cancellations ,
be made'o an Individual baa,.
The 19t fiscal year
is being reviewed as a i
a report on the program 4
submitted to the
u, ito BW fhBBo
i 3 ite it Dorogal
ftiplnire t In Balboa by,.
coPmnpac T ad IWea
tract for at
now beonb a Usret ed for
constitut te l of this
balding Yl k k ot
There are a number ofm.
loe coatracM tiduita-g
maintenance work, stil to
awarded. Same of these'
ly being advertised top
a number oth as
later d to advertised
ach of thbem, including
contract for onstructieon
ready lan effect, are being re-
viewed to dotanne If they m .
thq criteria 4 e recent tdlret
tive as to their eential nsatuw,
Ali kr Tsi
NEW YORK, Feb. 20 (UP) -
Federal authorities indicated t
day they wotd ate no ac_
reports that erdles ofl-
de atom s% spi ls and
Rosenberg asked a member oC
the Jury that convicted the ee.
pie to sign a pe6tilo for clremo-
The unidentified Juror dedclna
to sign the petition and reported
the matter to authorities. Leaid
Boedman, special agent In
thanre of the New York offie of
the Federal Bureau of Invtl-:
tle. decunedt to comment on
However, Emanuel H. BloSb,
attorney lfr the Rosenbergl, ui
he had given approval to tbO
last-dlith effort to save the a*e
p)e from thr scheduled an
oIn t he electric ohalr at
loch ,said the move war i
usual but legal.
The mother and two ahlsi .
Jullus Roaenberf called at
juror's home with the _p-Mlll
after having first consMulted
im as to the oropriety aoft
move, Boch said.
He aid he told them h
leved It would be all rig l
them to ask the Juror w U.
thought o the death
Imposed after t .e a
t thoe shoul not
merits of the case., .
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SaANAMA AMEMICAM AN L NEW
STHE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND PUlLISHBD BY THE PANAMA AMERICAN PR INC.
POUNDED *Y NELON OUNISEVELL IN 1E*
HARnMOOSl AMA.L EDITOR
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rEL"pNONw PANAMA NO 2-0740 1I LINES)
CAWI.K ADDrrPs. PANAMERICAN. PANAMA
COLON OFFICE. 12.l T CENTRAL AVENUE IETWEIE 12TH AND S1TH STREET
FORKIEN tIPREIERITATIvr1. JOSHUA B POWERS. INC.
841 MAnRION AVE. NEW YORK i17) N Y
LOarAt y A 'A
PIn MONTH IN ADVANCE 70----- 00
ORN SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCB-- i B0 14 00
-W ONE yvAWn *l ADV4NCq
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS AWN COLUMN
By Victor wtmR
Twenty influential men
walk into a Washingtor']
conference room on the
ning of Feb f t These IBM
none of them -pgrtlcUlaly
THE MAIL BOX ="n, .w
I to I'll
S The Mail Box is an ope forum toi readers o The Panmae Aaer- ,t_ With t ee possible
,:ken. Letten ar received gratefully and are handled in a wholly ci- of two the group.
tdential manner. they are po i men, l
If yoa contribute a letle don't be impatient It it doesn't appear the er of 1.ll.O An* and
eext day. Letes are published n the oader received people, ag er of' .
rPlese tr tro keep the let n limited to en ege lei running wUTr a bilUl
Identity eof lIttie writers a hold m strictest cefidese. art.
S This newspaper enumu me responsibility fet stateamM as o pirioe ll
oaprlesed I. letters from ra mdees k d ah h. E
S- only to the of the od
TRAFFIC VIOLATION INVADES THE CONSTITUTION tg ar b .. a
lfhtig men anl Au
Sir: wiThese 20be,
It is not difficult to discern why, 'Ditch Digger No. 3," thinks lhbor peace, th me11n t
and writes in his present trend. iirCa Whle d
First, he has not fully mastered the rudiments of the English fae of Am j Yet
,language. 11 of the 20W-1t yoib1 11-
Second, he egregiously maintains it is one's constitutional will walk Into .hat mom ie
right to violate the Constitutional Rights guaranteed to the peo- lleving that map oi the nl
ple in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness including protec- older men facing thtd mae ac-
Von from those that break the law. He entertains the absurd tually trying to the.
wiotion that it Is an employes right to break these laws on "his The younger 1 t P 8
bwn free time," and not be punished if the proper authority does CIO. Some
plot catch him. a., bell.ee
No. 3 would be wise in studying the process of dealing with forces in thI
violaters of the laws required to maintain the maximum of pro- ning to wipe Wlter
;tectlon in our normal course of life. No doubt No. 3 is Ignorant Reuther's or rath-
ot the responsibility concomitant to working for the government er than unite ith II
fr military organizations. Reuther and hi colleagues
know this isn't true of all the
He evidently does not realize that crimes and offenses com- nine older men of the ALt
itted by civilian employes upon said organizations property are high command.
ubJect to rebuke by the cognizant authority. It he was a cti- But the hardest hitting of
uetn of one State and committed a crime in another suppose he all the AA veterans won't
would deem it unjust to be punished by the State In which the even be in that eon _agm
rime was committed, on his own free time of course. room. He is the man 'W"
S No. 3's quotation should have caused him some embarrass- five-year plan and 'a ,000,-
fnent if the message was digested. The Constitution has been 000 budget ready to kipe out
invadedd when anyone violates a law, even a minor offense such sections of CIO.
as a traffic violation. This is a flagrant attack upon the original The man who wa un t
hts of the people who demand that laws be respected and to sit in is the blue-eyi .
S ecuted to the full measure of there authority. Ing, gym-trained Dave
The punishment of this traffic violate, regardless of where now chlf of all the aton'
he punishment emanated is justified by the principles integrity, teamsters And -eck pla ti
ecency and respect accorded to law. No man, regardless of his unlonie everything that rll
tu has the Constitutional right to violate the laws on em- over the highway.
loyer's time, his own free time, or anytime. Thaj this I .Beck's plan L
k Eidently No. 3 didn't read the Fourteenth Amendment care- rot new. But hi strategy'.
tully for in part, Section I, it states: "Nor deny to any person For the first time In many de-
.ithin its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." cades an effort 1i being made
I am one of those persons that expect protection as the law to conciliate all regional
equlres, but evidently No. 3 doesn't subscribe to this right. I like teamster orpgantlanf with all
old saying. "It would have been better to have been thought their sister AFL uad a ,
fool than to have opened your mouth and removed all doubt. latlonship which w Is
A. M. B. pected In the rot
lacking In viol
All that Is bh
WHAT GOD ON THE WESTERN BANK? sters, Beck is
strategy calls foS
Rodman, Canal Zone. Sizing drives at
ubj. Continued. "Navy West Bank Skullduggery" which will be lth
: "Ditch Digger's" letter Mall Box, 11 Feb. 1953. sters, who can
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY liver. .
The skullduggery of Rodman's "little procurer" in paying off look at the loo-
friends, and himself, handsome amoq of accumulated leave nxt time you
-to avoid Federal Incomes Taxes 'l ,Incarnate; a t Mi th e old rattt
schemee to hood-wink and defraud Is a game for higher There are some
S :ike that "gass
effective 1 Mlarch 1953, the Panama-Canal Co., will transfer plns to unmd
he 4eol Clubhouse to the Navy. Hence, the Navy decided it .
would be good policy for the "Navy Civilian, Employes Assocl- Within two weekl-'xv
on of odman, to operate the Cocoll Clubhouse faAcl~eas fr read an announceme
e benefitof all the military and civilian residents of ocolf arid Washington. signed
communities, and another influential labor
Board at Directors of the Employes Association diligently chief, Al Hayes, president of
ppled themselves to the task and conscientiously sought a de- thb 00,00e-iembers Intern -
ratie solution to the matter. Meanwhile, without authority or tonal Assn. of Mach I ns
lgnAtion froin the "Association," our "little procurer" appoint- (APL), a veteran union which
himself a committee of one.- to delve into the books nd oper- still retains its old cret
tlons of the Coedi Clubhouse. His companion, on these travels, handshakes, rituals and sonp
one of hls.a rt.boy. along with its ultra-modern
Came the time for a decision and our "little procurer" had all leadership.
angles worked out; nicely In addressing his.plea to the The joint statement will as-I
rd of Directors for his advocate, he tried to ramhis hand- sert that a combined union-.
d concessionaire down the throats of the protesting Board l0ing drive is being launched
bers. Naturally, the Board members gagged at this under- on the nation's garages. TheI
ded thrust and reflected his selection. The Board members Teamsters will get the boys
ted censure for our "little procurer" and told him he had out front-the service men, the I
aenly exceeded his authority I men who fill up your auto
Did this vote of censure phase him? Hell no! His'little brain tanks. And the Machinlsts will
iad devised a sweet little angle. So, cooking on all four burners, get the men in the back-the
tells the C.O., "The Employes Association is Incompetent to run mechanics. Between these two
0i Cocoll Clubhouse; they are argumentative and constantly unions they hope to split up
angling; therefore It is my recommendation that a special Wel- almost 1,000,000 s u c h em
re and Recreation Board be set up to approve and recommend players.
operator to run the Cocoli Clubhouse!" Pretty eh? You can Pipe dream? Ml be. But
wsee that our "little procurer" not only has Tour burners go- remember, theM alone
Sag but has decided to light up his oven tool can unionie expert, enough.
Well, to shorten the story, the conclusion Is now obvious. The In fact, It already has 100,o0
special board was set up according to his plan; four "yes" men garage repair meehani. But
iere selected; the four "yes" men voted'the way he desired; his with the Teamstes need on-
poy got the concession:.and to hell with people ly say no wheel tura. No
.Before the ribbon is tied on this pretty bundle, before employee gas deliverie. That's It.
Iorale hits zero; let these questions be answered-publiCly: 1
; Why are the 360 families of Cocoll to be denied restaurant fa- It'll take time, but this AF
~tie7 combination in each town can't
SWhy weren't the secret bids opened In public? fail. This time the combine is
Why wasn't the concession advertised? being thrown at a fl id In
Why are Cocoll residents denied the use of the community which the CIO weatherr e Auto
Union) has Cnl'( LOW thou-
Why are the 300 odd players forbidden to play Binge? sand garage men,' S _tly In
How does the "little procurer" get awfy with it? Detroit
Could be maybe he sl too BIG for Investigation? But the fiveyear plan
Una Morale will be heaved at the CIO
Brewery workers nOw. In Mia-
mi Beach, the othdr dy, Beck
S LT'8 KEEP PAPER-WOK ROLLING said quietly, but in the tone
Sthe Mailthat' launched a thousand
the Mil B: picket lines:
Now we are finally getting somewhe in the Canal Zone. No
on transiting sbhp; no line ha sipr; next, no "The Teamsters Union wil
pto trna the CanaL Who waat l er about bunh use all Istes UrnoS to lb
old iM whi"h'ean a float by ahas lmg as.thY ,the Brewer a. into af-
Sowwito inu withawu'I;--ndr which aa atuali fjlatlon with the AT L We a
no more than half fare under (Blent tolls rates. (Ref. going to take the.Intive and
al tolls).wrest control of the
o. we get rid of the pilots, we get rid of the canal seamen; Workers corom the n
the recent New Ydrk strikes show us we don't need the ltow- areas as rapidly as Oible
either. o why bother us with ships or even the COiL. where elections are
to all those trllng items and we can buckle down to real- expiration of eontrasts"
adinistering the Canal Zone the way we would l to see it
-- an extension of the present plan, let every Chief have his unuonelng eNkiA ,we,
or.m of graduate engineers in fat doi't hl* anything In thli nesis .1 them 1
: they we can operate totally on theory, trial and eror; plus will esome hm h Q -o u
graphs and reports. If there are any lo rades left. To do this he b mt .
thm ifor such experienced men as you may aceMntaU aO Iuarly with ethr 6L-ta -
to. ~e are the difficult ones to handle cae 1of ei ers, pledge and
to ge thing 4done with a minimum of r exppas wotor s sur Pprt.
~II e-4 t.. You don't get anywhere in t 8S% eents th ts no bcret tIn
am cpme e no longer are suppa ,ed to be here to op. pon uned dis i
Wa _mat o n mes, at least thirty per month, as between these two
atrwov c~aleraeT B15 M at B ae t wen.
M m to be derived hm the so-celled e- But meanwhile It
S ofar rglatls s to lseM, rvise that without Deck,
we B. ble to cu~oemtrate sm opertingerful mn who tlea
mm dlZ and O w l be
jof a faiy~tLo ve the Canal Zone But that hotel r
Slwh lh a nat- i sal '
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Special Price List for Tomorrow
Saturday Feb. 21st and Sunday 22nd
ARMOUR LARD ................ M.
CLOVERBLOOM BUTTER ........ 1b.
MARIPOSA BUTTER ......'.... .
D.1I. CATSUP ................ bo
RINSO SOAP ........... large sile g.
.LAVASOL SOAP ........ 3 cake
OXFORD TISSUE ........ ....
HEART'S DELIGHT PEAR JUICE. ... tin
ARMOUR PEACH JUICE .......... tin
ARMOUR APRICOT JUICE ........ tin
AUNT JEMINA PANCAKE FLOUR pkg.
STATES CELERY ......... ......lb.
STATES LETTUCE ........'...... .
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1 QUAKER OATS ....... .20o adu
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AIRiORA OL ................. gal.
"BROOMS II . . . . . . .o. . o. .
BATIRRO OL................ hot.
MASTIC OIL ................. gaL
NATURA CREAM ....... 14Y% o. tin
SLICEDWPEACHES .......... 15 oz. tin
SLICED PEACHES .......... 8 oz. tin
MILLER'SfSAGHETTI .... 12 ox. pkg.
FRUIT CAKE FFV ........... 2~1 lb.
. Don't forget to include ROYOX
on your shopping list.
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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals t d Depart
1 oatlon Crown Jewels rehearsals of various parts of
j wn To England coronation ceremony.
SLM From Ameriea
A K.L.M. plie recently trans- They have been exhibited
frted 30 pieces of coronation re- the United States where mi
i, the shipment included thousands of people have th
SNew York via Amsterdam had a foretaste of the splen
SLondon. The Coronation Chair, and magnuilcence which
SStone of Scone, the Black mark the Coronation of Qu
fnce's ruby, which is mounted Elizabeth II next June.
L the Imperial Crown, the Cul-
lnne diamond, which forms Advance Pasenger List
Sof the sceptre, the famous For Cristobal
Voh-l-noor diamond, which a- A total of 141 passengers sal
dorns the Crown of the Queen from New York Tuesday aft
Mother, and 25 crowns of British noon on the Panama liner Crie
flonarchs from William the Con- bal, of whom 15 are scheduled
queror to Charles II. leave the ship.when., arrive
* Port-au-Prin q<
The airline did not take any tot. a
Seclal precautions to safeguard IJlboa. B 'n
me consignment, however, r T
mone of these crown Jewels" m k k*e who sailed w~
were real They were clever, full. Unite UI Aor
ase imitations used during the pPana & a la. C .WI
I They were' amont Mp eng
J:.sted to stop inM
4 1s hours.
The luxury of
super-fast DC- 's.
for New York.
Low duinst Far'e:
$93.00 one way ahd
#169.00 round trip.
Set )srw aseul *AgeM-eu *
SThe compete s fLt of asse
gers for Cristobal =boaWs
Harold W. BObeoo; Mrs
Theodore L. Bailey j a; M
and Mrs. Frank H.8
and Mrs. Max- Bir n t -JULber
E. Block; Joseph .s; ,WM
and Mrs. Wnia ,J. ti-_w
Mrs. Maurice Chtgtatos; i h
ard T. Conley; Mr. and M9s. '
Kenneth Cropsey and Mrs. Mar
Mr. and Mrs. vtdo
and three chlldrL n J -ad
line Desloge; Mr. M De-
Warthern; Mr. ad M
A. Douglass: Mr. d m arr
Draaen;. P ..nipt '-
Krand-daugterr; Mr. j ad MU .
Paul Fahey; Miss Sadie lax;
Mr. and Mrs.t3evart J.iAflmpn:
Mins Maue ,V. aaiagirmDk a5a
Mrs. Donald M. Oalle: n. Har-
riet Hastings Galle; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Gaulktin; Mpr Hu-
da. Alda Goldberg: Ma i A.
Grahqm: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B.
Grai4ier; and Mrs. Leah V.
Miss Helen Harris; Mrs. Mary
M. Hazelhurst and three chU-
dren; Mr. and-Mrs. L. W. Hal-
ler; Laton Holmgren; Mr. and
Mrs.. J.. R. Hure ; Mr. and
Mrs. William R. Hempstead; Mr.
apd Mrs. Earl JAti ; Mr. and
Mrs. Gustaf A. Johnson; Miss
Patricia Ken.; Mr. n&d Mrs.
Pkul Kenyworth Mrs. DeLotia
loSae; Mr. and-Mrs. Edward W.
Latus; Mr. and Me. J. A.
Leichtman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Levine; and Mrs. Irene
Dr. and Mrs. William McCrud-
den; Mr. and Mr. Samuel Ma-
tel; Mrs. Lena p. MUler Mrs.
Louella Moeeaner; Misa mily
J. Moody; George B. Morrs; Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Morse; Mr. and
Mis. Irving Moscowit; Miss
Bernice Moser; Mrs. Theresa O'-
ponnell; Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
OLeary; Mr. and Mrs. Paul
usback and two chil
iohn Patrick: Miss
Miss Anna Frances Pittl-;
Emly A. Porter; and Mr.
Mrs. Lyttleton Purnell.,
'M -wornMI Mr. and Mrs. Nat g,
e and Mrs..,o4- ph ,
[u *IMr. and Mrs. Jam ~ R
Miss Jane Sad; er.
A ,g Aobe'Schesinge Mr";-
IW MRobert oberm-L pl
j__._ Mr s. B.J. aqser: MT,
vAD 4MM &Al'. Edward L. eIuDue and
Pnem. L S No. g. dran; Mr. WUSIa .
Tl 2m S 8tarn: Mi.l eatriqe St
Mrs, Itosa Usk 1
Cole .. Sal ds.. T&. I109 Twohig;
,=,W and Mrs ag kp l
S-- ______ Mabel Wilamson:
_,_. -__ __ Mrs. L. E.-W iKter.
wll Great Wht Fleet ^-
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MClSb WELKIN. Ptaneteer
WiTr THE SLEEP-PRQDlCIN6
6AS IN MR. 7- 5,M UOMPIEP
SY THE COOLINC OF THR WAC.E
5HIR ZMR.7 HASONLY THE
ADVANTAGE OF WARMTH IN
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Off With the Gravity
SOFF THE ARTIFICIAL
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maard M tnu I
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Se e oiibr $ hearz an
SThe trmw a W erer
-a umnm Mothmr
Ptoolk their pel m flr docK.
John aent iAitnk a Lon-
m ; d lon Iyh te habeas
co s appeal tlir frndem for
Sthe two mt.
HHentleraiMa wLb6 .em firom
rl sh r i as the caae,
wu retained by rnrt Acen-
bach, Fre Germaa pFtty poll-
don lan anM e hO eI dhabeact-
ing the def ue of the former
41M wry Do#
dot to be aS a b LyF
The tny courtroom overflow-
Ing, with some 50 reporter and
spectators attemptift to i
into the 20 owt rafted.r
the publie. Bir oUrl Migley
presided over the ssion.
Hendersai jld in hl apenm-
Int rnumet that the defen-
dants had beenarrested with-
out an arrest amun and ati
had not been fornoma d*tged,
or even permitted to peik with
counsel until today.
p mti alan fut.
Si- go~eDamhueutilesr wer.
mean were called to the office of
Agusto Chabnaud MacD ald,
Tnter ir minister.
ae insr said the state-
dowr of the pmse but msid ou-
rOs were contmplated whih
would be "effective" the '"imes"
t News Fi. Kobbe Actors
i-- ig To Corozal
sof t. ne Ter Tbigi
,nOh Scout 04m' M.. Rl omore tbastbe Oor
SWas hl ed~ ortaKob'be that ri
S';Qloo C on att
3 :00 P tht i kc
Sbe an t
oe r h terat :
.7-! -- A .
reported. MacDBiaS d dd d not y res to make klown its "Inflexl- tloal palace. One person w
t zmeuir e aoUSle- de~ClioM to take whlater le- kiOled a were &
dF I- u aocral c as are Te i fromlhem
The M M eary t pt br a o cal- of theW iti tdt"
said the mInttha t:- umny, Insults .nd falsehoods." llumtrate al Wee oOiMAent
10 ^ eal ai S> Ige Rtermed aw reporting t h
ate wtt e MOv*UnU to --The elftte"eM th overn- "Pme" toidd. "
maintain the i tqptsfi and ment dthe press, the "Tties"
mes I .oS ap I* I43 St d 44 been kt. '1 .
0 uoSupfi vfor and wu O Ak t (UP)-TueW
The-"T tPotd 4MatDon- bo to elua by some re- that fiddle and puish up tdar
aid a Myi" hL amoent ib pbrtI ea t l btaary 9 after square. ;be Uth Annu
determined mataln full b- iral troom fired into antli- q qure Dange qtlv.I.
'ery of lufeemlon and the Ceniut.asd anti-government and Fiddlers' asMlhoree wll bi
press but at the amse time de- demonstrators outside the na- held here Feb. 6 and 7.
rf 4 latest fashion, ...it's
Sill n flews....the Row
on RMow o racelet loo....
Bracelets ire your most dramatic accessory... so
feminine -ad so glittering!
Choose from our superb collection of newest styles,
of which four are shown above. Note the collectors
coin bracelets at left...a big hit, and priced at
21 Central Avenue *
BOTH STORES 6 Tivoli-Avenue
k a 5
*k .$~ .4)~ -~
v sm. S 12 am
2 p.m. to.. a..
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WNDMN DAIlT KI
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Sou Sell 'em...When You Tell 'em thru PA. Class
rI L.ave yous Ad wilh one of our Agents or our office* in No. 57 "W" Sreet -
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6
No 4 TIvoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291 and
SFourth of July Ave -Phone 2-0441
Sal6n de Beeza Americaa
No. S6 West 2th Ltraet
Agenda Iateracional de Publiac io e r S .. wt 1
No 3 Lotlary Plaza Phone 2-319 Ph s.3 33tU14 and
FOR SALE--BendiK Economat Dial-
omoaic washer 60 cycle. Pr.ce
$i).00 Phone 3-2925 New Cris-
FOR SALE:- Gas stove, reosonqble.
FOR SALE:- Bendix Automatic
washer. 60 cycle. One yebr old.
Excellent condition. Must see to
appreciate. Phone 85-4137.
IlOR SALE:- One Simmons spring
: 9nd mattress for double bed I
~p,;ortable massage table, suit case
style 2 beveled mirrors for full
side doors. Telephone Ponoma 2-
-F R SALE:-Guaronteed Gos Stoves
55.00 and 65.00 Double Holly-
wood Beds (Complete) 64.00
Twin 45.00 Modem Brass Tublar
Chairs 18.50 Twin Size Coil
Springs 25.00 Many other bargains
in New and VUed Furniture CASH
or CREDIT. Household Exchange
(HX) 41 Naconol Ave. (Auto
Row Tel.: 3-4911. .
FOR SALE:- Westinghouse refriger-
ator: 9 ft. 25 cycle bed room suite
consists of double bed, with box
spring and inner spring mattress,
2 pillows, chest or drawers and
vanity. Living Room Suite: Over
stuffed, includes divan, 2 chairs
and 2 end tables. Chrome dinette
Suite: Upholstered in green plastic,
tricycle: Suitable tor 4 yr. old.
'Good prices house 168c Pedro Mi-
uel. Tel. 4-429.
-SALE:- Complete set of red
d shades to fit Gavilon type
duplex. Coil Balboa 2-4419.
FOR SALE:-1947 Chrysler Windsor
Sedan Exceptional $850.00. Room
261 Hotel Tivoli. Balboo 2111.
FOR SALE:-1942 Buick Super Con-
vertible, House 760-C Bornebey
Street Balboa, Tel. 2-2984. Best
FOR SALE:-Ford 1946. 2 Door Se-
dan. Good condition. House 168-C
Pedro Mguel. Tel. 4410.
FOR SALE:-1941 Packard Clipper
Special. Very good mechanlcol con-
dition. Phone Panami 3-3580.
FOR- SALE:-"Pontioc Coupe $225.
best buy on Zone. Metor epaired.
New brakes. New Tires. Call 2-
FOR SALE:- 1942 Willys, 4 doors,
very good condition, also com-
mander pick-up, bargain. Tel.
FOR SALE:-Brand new but partial-
ly damaged Hillmon Minx Saloon
to be sold by pulbUo uctloh at
Pie 6 Cristobal, Canal Zone at
4:15 p.m. on Thursday 26th,
1953. Duty paid car no customs
difficulty. For further particulars
cell Colon Motors Inc.. Tel. 492-J
FOR SALE:-Hudson Commadore Six
1948, leather upholstery, good
condition, low mileage. First rea-
sonable cash offer takes it. Tele-
phone Bllboo 3121.
FOR SALE or Trade 1950 Buick
Special 4-door Sedan. Hogan
Phone 3-2878 New Cristobal
b e. *i e s kn t Cottrps.
Wie Abellhl A-a1jim l Santo Clara. Cap
2011 AseC. 1C. Rock Gas Refrlie
Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic,
Central Avenue "K" Street Corner.
Telephone 2-3479 Panomi.
Travel via "AREA," "tj ute of
the Good Neilhbor. NO IN-
CREASE IN PRICESI..FREE MEALS
S.COCKTAILSI One-wy t MIA-
MI, $70.00..NEW YORK. $114.
00....GUAYA IL $80.00.. ..
QUITO, $8.0. Rond trip t
MIAMI, $126.0,NEW YORK
$214.00. .GU L 144.00.
.QUITO, $r.Hq, OEING 4-
*n ~.- -Qf IT $ 0 1
PA~ PSWA RCH SERVICE,
36 Avenido N I, (Automobile
Rowl, tt4 4i55.
Sealed bids, in tr)licate, will be re-
ceived In the Aflee of the Engineer-
ing and Construction Director, Pan-
ama Canal Company, Balboa Ieights,
Canal Zone, until 11:20 a.m.,
March 2, 1953, and then publicly
opened, for furnishing all plant, tools,
equipment, labor, services, and ma-
terials (except Panama Canal Cam-
p furnished materials), and for
rrmh ell work for Exterior
Pofiting of Buildings in the Canal
Zone listed briefly as follows: Sched-
ule A. -Balboa Housing iDistract.
Schedule B.- Pedro Miguel end
Gamboa Housing Districts. Schedule
C.- Cristebol Housing District.
Forms of proposals, sspecifcations,
and full partleulars may be obtained
from the office of the Contract and
S..ii f-- Inspection Division, Room 336, Bal-
sion Offered OR AL boa Heights (Telephone 2-739 or
2-26981. Specifications and draw-
TED:---Good retouclaer for per- Boal0 & Motors wings will bb Issued on a Deposit of
nent job. Foto Sos. $20.00 per set. Deposit will be for-
NTED:-Competent typist for of- FOR SALE.-26 ft. boot. No. 530 feited if speifications and drawings
fice work. Write to: Box 177, Co- can be seen at Diablo sea scouts are not returned within 40 calendar
16n, R. P. stating experience, if dock for information cell 83-5144 days after opening of bids.
any, and giving references. or 83-7140. R
WNTA --ED-E--p--------- with account-- FOR SALE:- Miscellaneous elIric
WANT ED:Elow eith accou B FOR SALE:-Yacht "La Cisne" No. woodworking equipment incling
Snknwledge R. Write to: Bar 177, -612 Cash or terms Mr. Luddy. one 60 cycle deep freeze. Ill
r -~l6n, R1. ging full porticu Call 83-7219. Balboa 1530. Office hours.
Sealed bids, in triplicate, will h re-
L Up YurHeacrts PEION ALS ceived In the office of the Emjhear-
,s NAL ing end Conhstruction Dlreo', Pa-,
i .. .. GEORIGE MS. JL, H. I.-Hu- Heights, :S spany b1:
(A L atefeture. o'; t nr ma7r ineri t'rrectlve Struc- a.m., L gh i53.s, then
Pa erlen pre~~ tural Adiustmnnt. 75 Calle Estu- publicly Iong f h all
b -'S M. A. C on, diante. Telephone 2-5159. 8 A. lo n, ltAiet, So, ser-
Suritehof ar Sa M to 8 P. M. By tapointment;, l for p -
. ite ol) al for Constructionl of
RfsSlp W .for Quarters Buildings
XRQ A 2 RA1ML3 ip wantedd at Bao Canal Zone. Forms of
J"as ei.anfll of the holy l1- pWpol, specifications, and full por-
'bSpirt, returned from Jordan, ticulars may be obtained from the
A,-and was led bythe lpirit int WANTED:-Serious maid Jor gn. office of the Contract an Inspection
*the wilderness ein forty eral houseword and to accomRany Pivision, Room 336, B Heigh
-Gaya temptd..." Bead If.I single lady. Must have referencn Canl Zone, (lophones 2-373 or
Luke 4:1-13 and live-in. ALMACEN ANULINI 2-2698). Specifications and draw-
Central Ave. No. 179, Panamr. Ins will be issued on a deposit of
Our Lord was tempted as we 10 wil per set o deposit will fr-
o r Alted If spilaatitonl and draw-
.arp.WflS gate u WANTED lendara
nextl t l i h beaet WIngs ere not returned within 40 ca-
u a. d howf e, s Ieta vey, Mselaneouu 'Inar ys rter oMni of bid s
a. t we yet without WANTED:-20 to 30 Gallon Aquar- The Panama Conclt pn will
IlL A Carlyle j "Name It ium Phone 2-2389. offer for sale at public auction et
i1 ])bhooeo:N wi- or 1Ithout Pier 6, Cristobel, blginning at 9:00
S Devile in Ithl at- WANTED:- Vacatioo quarters or a.L Tuesday,ibeu ry 24, 1953,
Sand aUdra or furnished rtm CaPrtm e ll 2-2896 apPairmme.* tofs refused,
i Plopual OU2 0m D Wt or 2-3451. Cuncdaeiolienindw and excess
SaPesandbiaensesis-tol N e ftrht and baggoa,.
e s dsre an 3lle anal Zon is and at
,d we reall thewid. IWANTED:- Paint spray outfit for tailed isl f U tes for sale
h e h "q home use. Address Box 437 Bul- p boards
r.boa. onal Zone pot kpffices and at
b .4 Local Frei Hio at Cristobal
lMLAeu r Lord won Hs vic- WANTED:- North American m-n 9n
Sto c-Vwil.w cle ours. AU He had desires contact B-lIIngual perW Saled bids, Iri will -
ilLOd. The sct to hte on Atlantic side for conversation cved in the.. i ;or:f the Engineer.
SEgL y tar the and instruction In Spnish, two and Director. Pan-
i s c ltddetn of hours, two or three nights r Canal Balboo Heights,
dhs Gd O l ML L week. Will pay reasonable Can" a.m., March
a o a rebWritle Boe 335 Mageta, ca f publni, opened.
V fari frsni' ah mest Zone. t. toos, equip-
eUt l. In our own and materials
wa personal battle -i WAWN ... Swedhl (.cpt ria to be fur-
on:. s- a rb VWtrlals, anl1hed lAaind per-
W rw V& A a dn eion's se m M r two forming all o f Exteor Paint-
acco tothea y S I .,., of mia mat S m S Buildings
If we live i_ thWe atG o God Cel Tel.-. 2-0t1 at Coo Cra nl Zone. Forms of
conasitentl, then the btDr will proposals, cflicatilonr, and full
Igo with us In the particulo s ny ed from th
and hel us fight out r bat- offic of the Ins- ad nfrctionm
SDivision LEGAL NO6,CE alboa Heights
fie wto in hs an wre-Wknow .ZN lK ITleeplhone. 2.3739 or 2-2698).
ledge of God, with no r ce no St Amaw 5Pe.ifiatiae and driwinr will be
beyond the strength eof ur wn zud on a deposit of 20.00 per
II, the outcome InunfiertaEi. U1 sTBD TATESDISTRICT COURT depost of TO.00 pr
We have God to calon as Chr~st U FR n DIIUCT COUT set Deposit will be forfeited if sp-
had. God will reach down to TaH CANLAL ONL ciflcatlons end drawings are not re-
had. hGeon reh own to uD r Mal turned within 40 calendr days after
"the helping hand of gracee" iof MILDRED T. PIPGI. opening of bids.
we will trustfully pray to H plaiN, n A
and ask for it. Extend the hand FOR SALE-Brunswk Balk, Con
of prayer and place It in HIs and I 3. tennial, Combination Pocket and
victory will be ours. Simply say: Uml e. Billiard Table. Ivorylne Blls, 12
"cy will be done" cCues with Rock, Su Sped
ro the shov-naveed Bntda tL; du Heiyhts. Phone 83-3109 after
You are hereby regquiLred to appear 4 p.m.
and answer *9 cmpli fied in the
4TaboTtitled 1etoWW"io a do" Sealed b ds, In triplcate, will be re-
-a tem thef I. .re .C eCelved in the office of the Enlnee.
S ,.~d o. n ,,-r. u be ake .s
fd *i^^e^^ ieiad, c ywu i*Q J1,n1 o rd Construct Dirctem, po-
uas eu b delt fir the m ile name Canal Cnapmsny. Ba lboa
deJ mded l eiapl bt. Heights Canal Zon, until 10:00
WI1N E the omerah e Outhri F. a.m. March 3, J95. l thn pub-
Crewe. Judge. United solte. District 3 1 ad lnPub-
court for the Disrkt osf o Casw me r oPnd fr Ing all plant,
Srm1e, this lea, t da rekf 15L toao, ekrarpmW t, *lAotrigls, .abo
C. T. U h".Jr and service es'; for prmin crtil
() CL work for te Rehabilitation of Refrl-
y r a P g artiam and dry storage facilities in
ToCap IT GoCfe Hspital at Ancan, Canal
The ra. sm Zrve Copies of specifications and
uoaea w e ,allor an saes. vW ings for co tructlon may be
the prow of 1111 raw q4awle F. Pioh~lid from the offic of ft Con-
Cro r M CbW 0 1 kblq had anid i scl.... DM... Room
7 Sm dated Fe bruary II. I Is"is 3 G o H)egh ITelephone 2
esmoered d filed In tis anoi on1, the 3739 or 2-2698 A deposit of $20.
r1ler. o t he C'irk of muid. Gt s t, 000 will be required for eads pset ,
rl 9 Cou.a rr ht h sie d of te el- sp ifc h W.
OViLfr b M r, -, Mad,. jIT!Ir' = d-" % e Y Thede.
s traion F r- en ad drawings ae not rtwns
Sai F."o 1 lln 40 .landr du e pshfter open
di'9f bi 9*
Bring your linen' Pl5.
iRmlich Santo Cb
Dottages Electric ICe b
estoa moderate r
6-441 Gomboa 4-561
Stay at Hotel Pan Amerlcar In aol
beautiful El VaJle.
Spend your weekend at Casine Santa
Clara, cabin B.4.00 a Wcouple
Dance music by Casino Aga.
William' Santa Clare each 6t
toges. 2 bdroorm
Rockgos ranger. hll l0
Phlipe. Oceanslde atage
.Clra, Box 435, .la..
Panama 3-1877, Crialbel 3.-1673.
FOR RENT,- Reaidence with 4hrie
bedrooms, three bath a kcn.,
rooms living, dining roemsr porch,
a patio, and hot w-twr. W
prefer an AMrmicen f.idk1;5Y .
terested please phan;Y-M?
fl rUNT .-J-A -uM w M p
,aimene. O l md ai. ( wi i
FOR RENT.- Fufrnshd aoprtnCnt
on Callt EM udant, No. 73 p
stairs. Tel. 2-3732. Parmma.
FOR RENT:--Two bedream -fumlh4n
apartment, gl rN..Can esem-
dae 2 moH l filles. For 2
months, Boi Vifta. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT:-- 1niid room- md
board (or only breakfast) to ene
or twQ guen0ermn Ave. Justo Am-
FOR SLE:- Piano uprjiht e ran
(.filJ, a ange, C.depo re-
friMgrtor. stroller, baby cri
Phone 916, Colon.
FOR -SALE:-- Real Bo i -" '
Hqtel Pon-AmericanoIVlw 1.
W. T. Lum. 4 of Julf.Aw. h. 6 1.
Van Fleet Sails
From Honolul .
On 'Pres. JackW.'
NOMO)LUWL, Feb. f
Aw A'. Vm
er Army Oom i
ea. roplte today to 4a
VaL Lr t and his rw-ie
due to land In 8n
next WegingedayT f
wea eOdtasdy. .
e seb I.edul 9 t,
March 4 tefor theenate
ed Fobreg COPmittee s g
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Mr DA LrT nW 's.
41a tt0a y 3 78
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SO'O-DE CASTRO ENGAGEMENT lhig 98, First Street. There will
_DE..UNCl.. IN SAN JOSE Ibe many handmade articles at
Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Castro received a cable yesterday The next regular business
from nueir son, Claudio, informing them that his engagement mietmg for all oco Sollto Ia-
tlaiiss Maria Felicia Soto had been announced on February die will be held March 1I.
i .i ..e -or.e ot is fiance m San Jose, Losta nica. A St. Pa ricc s Dance will be
iiir. ie Lastro is well-known on the Gold Coast where s held March 14 at the Coco Be.
cempmoyeu as the traihe manager for the ran-American Air- it o Clubhouse with music lur-
w..ys in oolun. shed by Trymm's Orchestra.
Barmony Group Meeting
IJ .krmal Luffet Supper orchestra furnishing the mus- h Harmony Group, oM the
SJapLain it u IUe t i obert L. Ic. Women's Auxilihary of the Oia-
Wii u, uie iuo ouiu ziaval Sunday at 11.00 a.m the an- tun Union Churcn, under the
1 ^,...u, ie1em ai.eu wve i a, nuai paicnc wVs ub neia at mle leadership of Mrs. Arthur Al-
S uj. Aue% supper at theh &ome. bright, met at the Gatun
ai.eir b e uayed .ieu- Bingo will be the feature Union Church Wednesday with
even, oft anuay with game, Mrs. Arthur Baggott and Mr.
teniau ainu m wrs. .. i.. ulles, anu .uu p.m. Wallace Thrift as hostesses.
.,i are .viiing next ween 10. Twenty-four ladies were pre
S 1- thia, where he will oa Altar soc.ey sent and they chose Sunshine
,i u ", t tlue a.u ip ,'r ans 'urKey Uinner sisters.
S*atl Aowsti ea e n ipusi n, lBar Srociety of A report was made on the
Le oine guests were: Cap- the rioly ai ny khurcn neld recent ice cream social given
ta..i ana n. r v- roolIs, ;tsuci zIee,,.g AV onjey t he- by the ladles, which was very
ieuttenatant man I. ;.. avic- in the soc,.l hail .f tne successful.
iay ana i..euenan and Mrs. Unurch' with Mrs. Michael Birtha
V. S. ah. FA, 4 A .u .ng inal Carnival Birthday Party
u Ba Mt At un i e me.,ng fI n a I Mr. and Mrs. Hary C. Sea-
Girtl Scout Board Mleeting At paIs ,ere maoe or a .ur-_ man, of Cristobal arrdpged a
hou.1 washmgton fKey dinner to oe fled Ma-rcn Icarnival party at their home
.ae memues or the Board of~ t e ngh.s ox Lolumous recently to honor their daugn-
the r bcout ur.ana me on iuwie saLa.,m ab 5:uu p.m. ter, Jean Ellen on her twelfth
niet Wednesaay at me note!ie or aunmison wi oe l. birthday anniversary.
Sa a il-ay meeting. iulor aauhlS ana n icentL o lo TheParty ld oon the
u seu at ;3:u P.. Ia.m culren. lawn and ground ,loor.of the
S a Dreea ar noon or a no-hos A social mee'ng followed Sesaman e was
?unceon at tne sotel. meI ow lluminated with bright carnl-
uneeon at .. "ot be., 1 i b ,btn I val lights and sxt ..mer, to
XA.,Lis. usbell T'. wise presi-Ivarien bt all C s 18 LVIar- cr out the ca.fRru- motif.
dent, presided at the first meet- cke as nostesses. Te thes Ic a mtises
.- ,,net board."cke as notes The guests Included M nses
_,,. or .v ,...o attend- Mrs. Arthur Schaubode was Rosemary Coou a. a Louise
o ov ere: Mrs. Josepa Bial- sir out-o.-Low, guest ior ne Washabaugh, Cathleen and
kow MLdrs. ni. A. upperr Mrs. evening. ne meiuers piesei, UBleedi Cox, Andesa Whitaker,
.. .. Kennedy, Mrs. tolfomon included Mrs. kalpn srassau, Daurlen Dietz, Ben Whitaker,
,.,cbs, Avlrs. Unares WiW, Irs. sus. avarlon arenci, Mrs. ner- Messrs: Barry Davison, Brian
S.atnley hamilton, Mrs. Curtis tile Cassanova, uavia oifey, Cox, Robert Hamilton, John
i toare, Mrs. cUhares u. Cailo- uTeorge Bonneau, James ,rixu- BosmBn., Richard Thompson,
tay, Mrs. John iovel, Mrs. Sie- ble, Joseph h iey, Joseph Mickey Whitaker, Blly Parsons
pnlt~ nainey, Mrs. 1. K.. "Inom- Aueter, Mrs. Lawrencq Barca, and John Stevenson.
as and Mrs. N. B. Davison. unaA uie, rY e vear, hMr s.R. E. Cox assisted the
Wuiiwam n ronau, Ueurge mvaran, hostess.
ldst Investiture Of 'thomas G. Kelly, James Rec-
lulnachas Guas in Colon cla, Leland Larrison, eonard
tn l impressive investiture Heitzke, Mrs. James McGloin,
ce.4omay was held at the Mrs. Cyrus Field, and Mrs.
,A.W.u. Building in New Cris- L m xawson.
tocal ai 400 p.al. 'riday, keo.
rntty i, 1953, tor the first bir. and Mri. Field
Tliop of Mucnacnas Guias de of Relatives 0
1-anama, No. 18, to be invested Mr. and Mrs. 'Tlomas Fi r-
S in uclon. 'rhis was also a his- *...... iand, we re the JAC _0 RID .
toric. day In the long and pa- Juncneon guests of Mr. Field's BY OSWALD JACOBY
uent ejaorts O the 'anaman- brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Written for NEA Service
Ian women to bring Girl Scout- and Mrs. Cyrus Field Of Mar-
Ing o tae Republu of r*'anama. garita, Wednesday. Tte 'group -
lMrs. Hipollto Fernandez, spent the afternoon fi I hg on NORTH 24
Leaner, anao in. Frani iudomi, the Chagres River.
assistant, were in charge cf the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Field 67
program. are stopping at Hotel El Pa- KQ8758
| Mrs. 'ernandez welcomed the nama and visiting relaves on Q
Sults who were present. both sides of the Isthmr. They, 47
eignadte, president of the for a visit with their nepnew 6K S01 '
S Cole Asociation of the Mu- and family, Mr. and *fs. VAK3 wJ
chachas Guias de Panama, the George Lindh at Managua, .Ni- A JI 104 2
members of the Board, the caragua. AK J8 6 52
Menab ls of the Program Cor- SOUTH (D)
mittee and the mothers of the Coco Solit Women's Club 6 AJS4 3
Girls eps amted. e Plans Coming Events 9 to
'1itroop isb Dnamed. Las Ca- At a recent meeting of the
pi mlas and is divided into Coco Sollto Women's Club a Q10t
pat with the titles of Kon number of affairs were plan- N ae vuL
Orquideas, Violetas and ned for the near future. The Boah l lae a lEat
iades. The girls were invested first event Is a social for all pA,. t Pass
S by patrols, and all of the songs paid up members of the Club 6 'iaubl T Paes
and ceremony was, of course, and their husbands to be held Paor uble P s.
in Spanish. at Building 98 tonight at 7:30 2A /6 Double Pasa Pe
The program opened by the p.m. i Paa
singing of "Hello, Hello," and A bazaar and cake sale will Opinig ead-V K
the investiture ceremony. The be held on March 2 at Build-
girls then sang "Our Chalet"
S song, held a flag ceremony,e r To a
recited the Gulas prayer, and Il H [rWhen today's hand was played
closed with the Hymn of Pa- oUUy sHir W the recent World Champion-
ama. ship Match t New York, the
Mrs. Leignadler congratulat- S~ia I flh lrl American West did not consider A
ed the girls on the work they J1ely S 1 idhis hand worth an opening two
had done, which was exempli- bid. It was a borderline hand,
Sfed in the program. PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb. 20 and he would have opened with a
Refreshments were served byI (UP)--orace E. Dode, heir to two bid t his clubs had been
the girls. A large cake with auto millions and stately show- spades. Since his best t was a
green icing, the color of their girl Gregg Sherwood will be minor. however, he preferred the
uniforms, and topped with married this afternoon at the more. onservatlve opening bid.
miniature patrol flags, was $5,000,000 home of Dodge's mo- As you can see rom the bid-
served with other refresh, their, it was disclosed today. da a i the diarm Wet found
Spent. a way toshow quail strength
SThe girls who had the prlvi- They will be able to pick up b doubling e^ve g in sight
kgeo of belonging to this first the marriage license for which hereafter. The double of one
troop were: Mercedbs Amhnen- they applied Monday at any e wadoubs a takeout two damondsuble, but
S gur, da Arosemena, Lgia Arro- time after 8:30 a.~. today n would be played either way and
yo,.Bertilda, Felcia and Flora accordance with the FoidEast chose to pass. Whey West
Bndiburg, Carmen Bleberach, three-day waiting pmrloed alo doubled two spades, East
Roms Castillo, Maritsa and N.a-a was delighted to pass.
tividad de la Cruz, Irene Drum, A family friend who asked south went fora nice ride at
Mtarta Forte, Carmen, Oabriel not to be identified said Dr. two spadesWest cashed two top
and Matilde Jaen, Marlxenia Samuel M. Lindae, pastor of hearts, continued with the king
Jul~a Vielca Perdomo, Lucia-the non-denomlnationl Poin- of clubs, shifted to the ace of
no Petrosa. Teresita Quimroa. Ta- dlana Chapel, will join the diamonds an dt en led his sin-
nla Bals, Rosina Samaniego, couple in ceremonies at either gleton king of sades.
Eolds Bancha targ ta Vas- 3 or 4 p.m. South took the ace of spades,
I, .& Calmen and Zenalda John f. 8alsbury of Palm handled the queen of hearts in-
Torres were not present but Beach, an attorney, will serve stead of cashing dummy's re-
will be Invested at a later date. the 52-year-old bridegroom as malning diamond. East ruffed
best man and Mrs. Florence Sis- with the nine, and South over-
hls Plan Fall Holday man of Detroit will be Miss ruffed. with the jack. South next
Weekend Sherwood's matron-of-honor. led a trump, and East took three
The Elks Club will be the trump tricks. A club shift now
scene of full-scale aPtlvitie' Guests at the wedding-Which gave West two tricks in that
during the weekend. A gala shapes up as a quiet contrast suit. for down four.
dance will start the fetiviies, to the couple's stormy court- In the other room, the Swed- U
and ls scheduled for 8:00 p.m. ship will include the 29- Ish West opened with two clubs
saturday night with Trymm's year-old bride's parents. ratlDr than onl yone club. He
eventually played the hand at
three no-trump, and was set one p
1. KRLIYM kI -re s aft m trick by careful defense. The
^1. KLIMh kpw.s.. i- 4 American team thus scored 700
~KIM M ^ ->-.--- points in the first room and 50
2. KLIM kp. wHni reriereae points in the second room for a _
3. KLIM e- ._.v... M total .gain of 750 points on the
3. KLIM qpmd| y imei Me w u hand.
Perhaps this hand will serve
4. KLIM sb -antar gM wowlnl e e as a lesson to the many players |
who itch to open with a two bid
5. I(UM .da* *.i. a t, ard a. on the slightest possible excuse.
There is no advantage in reach-
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SLowly Class 'G'
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Main Event Opens First
Half Of Second Double
The lowly Class "G" Imported thoroughbreds will get a chance
,to bask in the limelight as they battle for the major portion of a
$450 purse in tomorrow's seven furlong feature at the Juan Fran-
co Race Track.
Four of the eight horses entered in this race rate good
chances of winning. They are Lujoso, Miss Fairfax, Mon Eteole
and Linney Head. Three of them Miss Fairfax, Linney Head
and Mon Etoile will be ridden by the track's winnlngest Jockeys
at present, respectively Bias Aguirre, Jose Bravo and King Flores.
JAurello Vasques will have the leg up on Lujoso.
Scotch Chum, Golden Mine, Cipayo and Choice Brand round
out the field. Scotch Chum and Golden Mine are longshot ape-
dialists and have been known to come to life unexpectedly. Cl-
payo has been performing fairly and Choice Brand returns from
a three-month layoff. This race has all the elements for A juicy
The rest of the program is siml4f made of horses from the
bottom classes. However, the races expected to make up in
thrills what they lack in classy perfolrs.
Sunday the fans will see the track's outstanding perfonner at
present Royal Alligator again try to give away 36 pounds and
H beating to three highly rated opponents. Going against the Al-
ligator will be impressive newcomer Comodor, Booji and Pavero.
Ist Race "G" Native One,Mile 9th Race "I" Imported 4', Fgs.
Purse: 5275,00 Pool closes: 12:45 Purse: 5375.00 Pool closes: 5:15
First Race of the Doubles ONE TWO
1 Mandinga J. Bravo 120 1 Oaywood H Walte 117x
2 Kon Tiki) C. Kam 117 2 Corista O. Chants 120
3 Collrlo) C. Gonzalez 112x 3 Cradle Song R. Gomez 112
4 La Gringa R. Gomez 108 4 Legal Frolic B. Aguirre 114
5 Romantico R. Vasquez 120 5 Baby Rol A. Vasquez 116
6 Juan HUincho E. Ortega 109x-
.7 Golden Tip K. Flares 115
SG T 10th Race "G" Native One Mile
2nd Race "C" Native 6/Vz Fgs. Purse: $"25.00 Pool closes: 5:40
narse: $325.00 Pool closes: 1:15 1 Don Joaqun A. Gon. 9x
, Second Race of the Doubles 2 Enrlqueta M. 'Arose. 99
I Dalida P. C. Gonzalez 112x 3 Tap Lady O. Castillo 107
2 Don Jaime R. Gomes 110 4 Sirena J. Gongora 111x
3 Golden Fan A. Vasquez 110 5 Peggy C. Gons. 101x
4 Tuira V. Ortega 110 6 Filgrana D. D'Andrea .11
3rd Race "H" Native 61/2 Fps, 11th Race "F" Imported 1% Mile
rse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45 Purse: $50.00 Pool closes: Mxx
ONE TWO 1 Paragon P. Rose 110
Iuque H. Waite 120 2 Hurlecano J. Brivo 115
3 rito y Plata C. Gon. 1x Bedlam A. Vasquea 120
4 Bagalelo E. Ortega 105x ____
5 Pltopo K. Flores 120
4 Galon M. Guerrero 100 Along The Fairw ys
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Inter-Club team wil Journe too
Fort Davis Sunday Withthe dea.
of increasing its margin in the
annual golf matches.
The strong Panama lineup
Pos. Name Handicap
1. J. MacMurray 1
2. C. MacMurray 2
3. H. W. Mitten, Jr. 3
4. J. de la Guardia, Jr. 3
5. R. Aras E.
6. B. Schmitt 3
7. H. Valdes, Jr. 4
8 M. uller 4
9. R. L.Dehlinger
10. R. Estripeaut 6
11. T. A Clsbee 6
12. D, G. Westman .
13. L. Martins I
14. C. de la Guardia 7
15. J. Ridge 8
16. F. Morrice, Jr. 8
17. M. Raul Arias 8
18. G. Gallndo 8
19. IL Chandeck 9
20. de la Guardi; Jr. 10
Smmit Hills Flag Toe lament
A Flag Tournament Is she*
ruled to be held Monday, Feb.
33, at the Summit UlB golf
course. Scores may be turned
in anytime during the day.
Official tee-oft time Is 1:3
Mrs. Jaan Cope, the new
club manager, will welcome all
members 'an friends who
come out for the day,
It was also anousoed tM
the club Is being reoeemutel
ai hm BW -" Native 7 Fgs,
S Purse: #75.00 Pool closes: 2:20
1 Arranquinr V. Ortega 116
2 Vllarreal O. Castillo 118
3 Diez de Mayo C. Gon. 107x
4 Campesino E. Ortega 104x
5 Mochlto B. Aguirre 112
6 Proton J. Chuna 113x
Shb Race '"" Native 6'2/ Fgs.
Purse: $35040 Pool closes: 2:55
I Annie N. 0. Castlllo 108
2 Amazona K. Flores 112
3 Petith F. Rose 113
4 Moon Oodds J. Bravo 110
Sth Baee "G'iImported 7 Fs.
rem of 0 N Pool closes 3:35
B asem the Doubles
S Si th Chda o. Chais U4
3 2 & Tl e K, VM .U32
3 Golden 3a0 A
4 Cla o T.
5 MWFpalrfax .
SChoice Brand It.
S.eLajoso A ,. k
8 Li bey Head S 0
7th R "J ioteta Sh FPs.
Pudrs M60 lol ektes: 4:05
Seed Race of the Denbles
1 Cotillon 0. Chanis 106
2 Polvaramo J. Phillips 110
3 Forsado P. tose 110
4 Pinta A. Vasquez 115
5 Royal Calm A. Rodrl. 114
6 English' Mary M. Hurley 120
S th Race "r" rted 41/2 Pg.
S Pr.s: S75.00 Pool closes: 4:40
1 Astoria A. Phillips 120
S 2 Paques E. Darlo 113
3 Nehuinco I. Ortega 112x
4 Black Bull F. Rose 115
SInterlude J. Gongora 98
i 6 Full R. Gomez 115
Battle For Title
(By UNITED PRESS)
The number one lightweight
contender Is expected to come
obt of tonight's New York bout
in Madison Square Garden.
Fast punching George ArauIo
of Providence, Rhode Island, is a
slight (5-to-7) favorite over Pad.
dy DeMarco with a title fight a
the prize. Managing Ditector
Harry Markson of the Interna.
tlonal Boxing Club wants to
match the winner with Cham-
pion Jimmy Carter who must de-
fend within two months.
Araujo Is the heavier puncher.
having knocked out 30 of his 49
pro opponents. DeMarco has
scored only seven knockouts in
72 nro bouts.
There may be a hitch in plans
for the winner to meet Carter,
It is reliably reported that Car-
ter will defend against Tommy
Collins In Boston sometime in
In the middleweight division.
01 Joe MiceA i sists he should
be considered a cotender for tWe
crown vacated by Ray Robinson.
Micell, a 3.-to-1 underdog, took
a split decian ovet Bobby
Dykes Wednesday night in Coral
W icelll says: "I want a shot at
the title. I'm a middleweight and
Ile beaten m4idlewelghts."
Micell seems to be.pn the out-
side looking in P'ent plans
call for Paddy Youg to meet
Ernie Durando with the winner
facin. flobo Oason. The winner is
to meet Randy- Tupin or Char-
Ue HIume for the world title.
There Jockeys Hurf
In Frek Accdentsl
Al HWeah Park
(By UNITED sPRFSS)
Three jockeys are' recoveitig
from injuries suffered during a
series of freak accidents yester-
day at Haleah.
Sammy Boulmetis was thrown
In the ninth race when Gold Ieel
fell. Biulmetis suffered a sprain-
ed left ankle and a bruised hip.
Gold Heel was destroyed. Jimmy
Chester was throw in the.sixth
race and lost the tip of his left
floner when Capla Qae e
ped o hsanzd. Al Wd
suffered a bru hlan when It
was stepped ony Thran.
Looking -ahead to the Widener
Handteap (of Saturday, weather
maps aTr ecomIng as important
as formrsheets in trying to fig-
Crafty Admiral probably Rwll
be a heavy favorite if It eAmes
up mud-and the weatherman
says a disturbance is moving to-
ward Florida which should bring
showers by post-time. Two weeks
ago, Crafty Admiral won the Mc-
Lennan Handicap in the mud a-
gainst much the same field he
will fsee Saturday.
Crafty Admiral Is being asked
to carry 131 pounds in the mile
and one-quarter Widener-but it
Isn't worrying trainer Bob Odom.
Hesays his horse will win by 40
Also in the field will be Bat-
tlefield, Oil CaWltol, Alerted,
Sgbrtan Valor, Zen, How. One
Count, Happy Go Lucky, Admir-
al's Pride and Royal Vane. Gush-
ini Oil was scratched yesterday.
The 11 starters have won 141
races among them and earned
two and one-quarter million
coated at Sa
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SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
Pool Goses xxx
1. PARAGON ------............. F. Rose 110
2. HURLECANO ----.------J-. Bravo 115
3. PRESTIGIO --------.... Ffs 113 3. PA
4 BEDLAM .---------...... A. V4q 120 4.
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FACT FINDERS UN Supreme Commander in the Far East,
Gen. Mark Clark Iright), greets French Marshal Alphonse Juin
in Tokyo. The two will hold high-level talks on France's role in T o rn a d o
Asiatic policy. Juin will also gather facts in Korea.
S* CHICAGO, Feb. 20 (UP)-A field
severe blizaiird whipped across aged
U A A the northern plains states to- lent
U N A ir A ttaCk S t heS day, burying roads under drift- tour
I ing anow. Near.
SMeanwhile, a tornado that where
Spreads To Many Targets skipped aeroa east-central would
Texas demollilaUg building domain
o and peeling .off rooftops like warned
a bottle opener, disappeared compa
SEOUL, Feb 20 iUPi--United quarters, flying through brilliant as quickly as it came. At
States Sabres, climaxing a week searchlight beams and flak to The howling prairie snow
of savage blows against the Red drop their 500-pound bombs on storm blew up yesterday, raged
air force, damaged' two Corn- storage tanks, a communications through the night and continued EmA
munist jets today while protect- center, supply dumps and ware- unabated into the day with no IIW
ing U. N. lighter-bombers strik- houses. There also were 360 sin- letup in sight until nightfall.
Ing at widely-separated targets gle story buildings in the head- Weather forecasters called It
over North Korea. quarters area. a "most uniform" blizzard. a I
The Communists sent up at storm with stamina.
The two claims brought the least four jet fighters to inter- The blizrrd snarled Its way A fa
seven-day toll of Mig-15 to cept the Superforts. They made from eastern Colorado, across Gen. 1
16 destroyed, five probably firing passes, btt scooted back western Nebraska to Minnesota. staff;
destroyed and 18 damaged. to Manchuria when Marine Near blizzard conditions ore- bean,
UnIJd Nations losses for the night fighters were called in. val'.d in much of Wisconsin and Unitec
week will be announced to- t. storm center hovered over ama,
morrow. Omaha in eastern Nebraska. a.m. at
The air force shifted emphasis Drifts six feet deep blocked Mar
in fighttr-bomber attack today Allied Planes hundreds of miles of highway. Mond!
after a merciless two-day con- Five to 10 inches of new snow 35 yea
centrated bombing of a Red were expted to fall in Minne. The
tank and infantry training Bomb U.S. Troops sota d in by nightfall. o
school at Kangso near Pyong- Thr.e to six inches were ex- Whitk
y ang. LI pected farther west. in addition Ualtec
Today .t.? dive bombers fan- Belind Front Line to the snowfall already record- and
zed out, battering a troop con- ed. Troc
centration at Kangdong. hitting In the path of the storm be two
rail lines and roads north of SEOUL. Korea, Feb.I 20 (UP) were the ravaged.winter wheat oanty
Ki uchon and dropping bombs -The 8th Army admitted today one bi
on Red front-Une positions. that three American soldiers tflef
They destroyed eight build- were killed and five others were hP nls Ca Pr a A w L
sngs at Kangdong. In close sup- wounded Feb. 2 when several Arcra
port missions they wrecked 21 planes, presumably Allied, drop- acdq
personnel shelters and 10 gun ped bombs on U. S. troops be- W li r .and o
politons and set oft 13 second- hind the front. Who W f Troop
ary explosions in ammunition In a bdef statement, the 8th daro'C
Stores. Army said the planes dropped M alr rul dir
The new claim brought the six bombs "of unknown size" on I, 1l0W i as[aW fantr
february toll of Migs to 20 the Americans. ma
detWoyed, slx probably des- A spokesman for Oen. Mark FORT DIX, Nd. Feb. 20 (UP)
teemed and N damaged, a to- Clark's Tokyo hciddquarters said c The Army pressed a murder A
tel of 4. no further Information was charge today against a 21-year-
Early today. American Super- available and that it was not old private. deserted by his par-
forte.dumped 220,000 poundsof likely any more would be given ents as a "mental case," who A-
bombs on a "ripe" Communist out. confessed he killed a second NA hI
headquarters near Manchuria. It was the second accidental lieutenant With a rifle bullet
The 5superforte touched off at bombing this year of U. N. poai- during a practice maneuver here ud.
least 40 fires and a series of ex- tons by Allied planes. last week
plosions that virtually wiped out The first incident occurred Pvt. Edgar A. Owens of Brook- pA
the target. Jan. 8 when Marine planes kill- lyn. N.Y., will be arraigned be- I sm
The pre-dawn attack, aimed ed 14 Americans at an artillery fore a court martial within five NA
at a 140-acre area five miles battalion service battery nine NATO
from the mouth of the Yalu miLis behind the front. days for the slaying ofnd Lt. Atlant
River, was another In the mas- Marine corps officers said to- Richard M. Dvenport, 22, of New agreed
siv. round-the-clock All1 e d day that the Jan, 8 incident s London, Conn. 000 cu
aerial blows aimed at destroying still under investgatlon; T Capt. Harry Lapham. Fort Dix Ridgw
the Reds' war-making poten- declined any further comment. ublie Information officer, said mum"
tial.e Owens signed a confession that defense
The target, 20 miles from Br p e.ord he shot Davenport in the back. It' v
Sinuiji had not been hit be- Dl The lieutenant at first was be- Ricfw
fore The Air Force said it lived lo have been hit by frag- NATO
was allowed to grow until "the efens e d i ments from a howitzer shell dur- deccato
tee was ripe to hurt It the Defense DBu get ing a live ammunition training quested
mst." maneuver- of 126
The ground war was quiet ex-Is For A F r during
capt on the western front where Is F r A-orce In Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- W ImI
Clese Red raiders punched at lam Owens said their son was "a ferenc
two AllUd outpost south of LONDON. Feb. 20 (UP)--rit- mental case and never should for th
Panmunjom early today. Both ain yesterday announced a re- have been taken into the Army." with
bipws were blocked. cord peacethie def.mse program They said he spent five months Canad:
Eleven Superforts took part for the next fiscal year calling last vear In a New York state cieion
Ih the aatack on the Red head- for the expenditure of $4,582,- mental hospital and had served PARCIJ
928.000. two terms in reformatories for parley.
Defense Minister Earl Alex- car theft. "It i
lh Elder fheds ander disclosed that the huge unanim
i IAUEld JSlhd defense budget, including step- "We've had trouble with him should
ped-up American Rid of $392.- since he was 12." the father said. nation
Sixth Hubby! He 000.. will be used orimarfv to 'The Army should have its head
provide Brltish military forces examined for lettn him enlist ow
WamA Young Chick e pan r outlining the
aE wArmy authorities said the pays.
Wamle Young hicklsol axsmlno can r thl hit entl3 p
A white Vop'r outlining the youth did not disclose his record' ama
defense program disclosed ,also as a car thief and a mental pa- was u
LO oANGEL8a, Flb. 20 (UP) that Britains present two-year tent when he enlisted last Oct. 5 before
*.-]nmous woman flier Ruth compulsory military training In Brooklyn. John
Elder, 47, got a divorce yester- program will continue as long HLq record showed a low score Eurpp
day from Ralph K. King, 54. on as present international tension in inte'llience tests and that he month
the grounds I.? called her "a exists. despite complaints from went AWOL for three days last The
gray-headed old bag" and said tht Socialists. month. structi
"he wanted a young chick." Prime Minister Winston Lapham said. Owens gave no them
She and King were married Churchill's governrnant will ask reason for turning his rifle on Germa
Sept. 9, 1951, and separated last Parliament to continue the two- the lieutenant, who was shot in the to
Dec. 31. year draft for five more years. the back by a 30 caliber bullet lsma
Miks Elder, who in 1927 be- The white paper estimated which ballistics tests showed was eying
came the first woman to at- that British anred forces will fired from Owens' M 1 Oarand defense
tempt a trans-Atlantic flight, total 866,400 on April 1, 1954, the rifle. ed it
pr6viouslv was married to C. E. end of the next fiscal yVar. Owens went AWOL two days "less
Moody, Lyle Womach. Walter The figure was slightly lower after the shooting. He was ar- will be
Camp, Jr., Arnold Gillesile and than the 879,800 expected this rested in a stolen car In New the ml
George K. Thackery. April 1. York last Saturday night. 23.
am.- $WiOl" be tre the water
Svie-. Wleau laid thi Is equal to
Slast anything we've seen sance 11."
That year oL series of pow-
* wer efaul blisards In rapid sucou-
ma, ai ll but overwhehhed the
San W"t, forcing the Army to coae
)r =Xlto the rescue WI Its dramutle
eastea "Qperatloh ano wuit."
be !ft western Nebraska winds
tles. ue to 60 mIles an hour swept
In the across the lonely plains, diving
arewell review for Brig.
Francis A. March, chief o
United States Army Carib-
and deputy commander
I States Army Forces Pan
wll be held tomorrow at. 10
t Fort Amador,
ch, who leaves the Iathmus
py, la retiring after nearly
rs of active duty.
reviewing party will con-
f March Mal. Oe. L. J.,
I, USARC Bf, Fort Ama-
ol. o ort .Selas, Co n
n(R fleerof the 3rd In-
r Recent, .will be com-
er of tIpoop fpr the review.
in to cut in h
d outlay for c
airfields and c
sy, in his last
e before saill
ree weeks of c
ia fla, .s
le" *IAce. the
s get i but
,pe bt not to
iey'.0t to flb
ay did not say
lent wo4 read
indentogd to w
U. a. 066et
on of 16 srfl
e cheek and
' p ,am el^
MaRi 's PkI Nude
O0' hIt Swnds
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 90 (UP)
- A photogr~ae was order-
ed into court today on charge
of displaying t e now famo
calendar Ictur:M of screen star
Marilyn Mourt reclining on
red vvelvet n the nude.
Polloe, who aald they receive(
complaints from pasersby, vlh-
fed the B e Boulaverd
monfley,' w-, UzavIaLlaM.
Max. -a released o ai:
bail ad sodernd to' appear
-mi t _r t'-ay.
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