The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01513
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01513
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RANGOON, Burma, Feb. 23
(UP)-The Burmese War Office
rGported today that Chinese Na-
tinallst troops have gaMed con-
trol of some 500 miles of BaU-
ma's mountainous fronie% w1b
Chins with the apparent idm-
Sas a spribod for an
tr on the Cb n e s.
w3 office rep.the
Nalkiu t troops hae emover
e tSto offensive ag .B rmne
tmglM in many nomhirt
mes daince the begimdnlg of the
Momft and have captured front.
aft outposts.
Tht Nationalist i n-
*thk sector roUoW fkl
..0 fcng Kal-shl i tnl and
I4MeB _relatv ineet un-
l reuetly. Burma sent relaulr
Into the area after tre
.2reeisted efforts to keep

lng ;' Official reports said the R.-
Irn zO-aaluit have captured seMal
?fis WOh M bordetposts In. t
.orthess area and the *ar
P tice described the situatUo4 Ka

irt's The war office said the special
i5 far arqus of Natiqmalist penetra1q1
de- wpe aronal BahAo. Myi*R
defnt north. Teno-
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MOSCOW, Feb. 23 (UP)--Moa ol Vns y D. Sojo
,ew chief of staff of the Soviet named. rc*,'
t.~thuat "U.S. imperialists, posseued by teme m o
ww .oMinaotion, are striving to organiN S* w brign.
attoc oe Russia and its allies.
~t the Soviet Union, he said, "is now stronger tlem
ever fore and better able than ever to withstand whof t
evrtle future may bring."
e Soviet armed forces, he said, "cdmstitvte a cQM*
so* growing force, composed of the word's best per4.
ZO wiowning the best arms and equWppwih the most
up-to-date Staiuwte science for the achiement of vic-
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s Chfef of Staff to succeed Gen.
Serge M. Shtemeako was dis-
closed.Saturday, made his state-
mati an an e anervtg the
J3tf obnlveraly of the organl-
satl ef the Red Army. The ar-
t was pubHshed in the Com-
u Party newspaper Pravda
and. broadcast, by the Mobeew
5e ,mal great to the sauem
a d e nathieol iode-

themselves bankrupt in the fite4
of battlethey are pouring out
their hatre on the defendblee
civilian ponilation."
He said t canter of ihper-
allhm has ow been trardfm
to the United States. m
said, Imperialsts ar falmg as -
grese blocs, stra to
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wet "-Jt .l no Mwa r a eret "that
of- the rualrg odroen of the United
?Abov a par- States and Britain, while trnchb-
in t ttcK said. erosM ly delaying the opening of
ays later. Atifon- i peend fropt in Europe, strove
to the jump- thereby to weaken and bleed the
r tredt .wn of J..S.JL to death and reduce& it
t BarmM- prison to the status of a second-rate
I olt and country aad subject it to thkr
least 90 of ir attack- imperialist Interests," Soklovty
.. .d"However, these ImpealadIst
amef time. however. a gentry were cruelly deceived In
a1W 6of Chi 5mover- their hopes. The UB.S.R. ashiev-
D olt St o iok. ed complete victory over the foe
tMrBurSmes Mstoms and came out of the war a A
lgration osfiti and still mightier state."
he Chinese aloAnist sokolovaky said 'sefaastaurnee
the pst. .. and lack of obleci ty In their
estimates of the exft ylf" rto-
qdently defeat the amln of "botir-
'lb T!ill geols strategists" as In the in-
stance of the Nazis in World War
eday Feb, 24 II.
Low "A similar case is noted now
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. ....... ..,,;1 p.nm. Korea." he said. "Having proved

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Bride's Parents
Join Honeymoon
HAVANA, Cuba. Feb. 23 (UP)
Auto heir Horace Z. Dodi
Jr.' Ia showgirl Greg Sheo r
od'. hble fifth wife, honeyinJ
ed h day with her parents
The Mtar-old Dodge and
his S-year-old bride were iar-;
rlied fn Palm Beach. a.. Friday, y
and arrived at Havana's wank
Hotel Naclonal late Saturday
They werb Joinedp yesterday by
Mr. and Mrs. MD FIlatad of
Beloit, Ws., the brid's parents.

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eough to affect sales. I2
Louis last Summer, a vg a
tat frozen dessert captured mort
half the frozen deeser mark.
The dairy manufacturers leara*
ed their lesson In the oleo feul.
Nowadays, as they watch meu-
rine progress. they're ado9 tg

'em" strategy. In most cses,. t
the dairies and Ike creamW "
pan themselves who aremft
f mellorine. Some are
it as a defensive measure, Ib
are not promoting It.
One problem menAortl faceM
that of so-called "standaRdI
Identity." Bach state. so -f ,
adopted a different law
Identification of the new p
In Texas, It must be
lorine. In Missouri. it mot|
Ify "not an le cream." IIn-
ols, It must carry the a.
vegetable fat froae desert."
There will still be a
some dairy produeta _at
rine, because the new
like Ice cream, oOia ll 1
or 1lper cent '"mk il
fat." But, as one le
aild, "Tls doesn't l"el
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pann MONTm. M saDvca ,.,y .- -o a The general ;s IPli' his
op six MONTis. IN a OvANCEIs a aso to basic training In the rigr s
wo ONe Ian. N tA.VANC -. t so ta oo 0o civilian ine. ,jd it's riou
on mister Eisenhower. -
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THe RIADIAS "WN COLUMN claily when he wants to U.
Ssnaiu something swiftly.
A It was only lt week that
THPbEF rIAIL BO X y President Eisenhower called In ls w
ItIQ JA two of the Congemn who
Ii r1 < double as sort o rt-time
The Mail tea is a. open form tot readers of The Paess Am.e, mayors of WasuhngonD, D. C
i en. Lettsa are essied ettgefuli end *te ha d li in a hlllto eiafi by virtue of being members i
detitel oes.. the District of Columbia Com-
If you Contribute a ldette dent be impatle"t if lit ases appeal the mittee.
ad .e day. Lef rare published o the eder, Mecived. The general was checkiAg
Pea e try to keep the letter limited *eem ps e ow le. off the promises he had mad
identity *t a tes wri ters is hld il striatest s-"ai M the nation in the State of the
This nof wppers wsses responsibility la states as opi Union speech and had reach
expressed a sfro reade s ed that point in which he had
oapansedt ht tetsn fiom raden pledged to end seru atluon of
-- -0 Negroes In the capiltoL
* NEW POLICY ON LOCAL RATE QUARTERS The general had stated he
Ct ,CZ would use whateverr abtlhi -
SCrlatobal, C.Z. ty exists in the oflee ofthe
Birs: President to end -Tetlm
-. ." ; ~in the District ChH
r A new policy in signing of Local Rate quarters; has been bla." Ike turned i s 1t"
,the biggest comical manipulation ever seen, and it befuddles me, guests and said, let's
as to which bureaucratic nincompoop on the hill is rteaspozble. discrimination here.
r he old system of assigning quarters by service date toLoal But the Congressmen ex-
Paters, is disregarded in preference of the new policy "a written. lained he couldn't do that.
memorandum from the Head of a Division to the Housing man- He first had to go to their
ger, which Inscribe you as an essential employee What d of committee.id to be. de.
loophole policy is this? Who are considered essential employes? bated and offered to Congress.
Why are employes with three to seven years services, given prior- And they left a very pulled
ty over those with 15 or more years of ser lces, in the assignment President. Elsetn I o we r wase
jof quarters? A definition of the word esetd boil down to the amazed to learn he oulwa't
word Indispensable. Which employee, rerrdiths of race or nation- Just Issue the directive an d
jtlty, in the service of the Canal Zone Government, Is Indispen- make good hw s Pre. l-
ble? A few days later the Presi-
I have resided with a family of six, in a old type structure in dent found he count doel-9.
iRanbok city for the pas. 19 years, where for over 32 years the ver swiftly on sill another
iewer system erected, has not been changed; harboring rats and om the ?OreaMon of a
plantt size roaches by the hundreds. 'bo keen !b mnagem. .t comitte
The house I reside in, will be demolished within a few weeks, iokeep peace on the home
d instead of being transferred to a new tppe quarters, I am be- frorhatt t r.t
ng transferred to worse type house with filth all over. When I boa w suportant e trateg y ,
lasted to be transferred to a masonry type house which is avail- on wea sc Ie dld to me t ,''
ble, I was told about this new tolicy. What is the deal? W hynd hhe de0a It it A of I-- ...
as the, Housing manager refused to transfer me to a newer type very human hua. I rse ______
house, when I have the amount of service, and a family of six Ieals that bSg .n wer
Sbich enttle meto it .beginning to wind up with_-o
=Ranbow City not occupied. An Investigation into this stinking Mient against the te L
messwill be welcome, by the FBI, the 0-2, or what have you. as the on irrCitatTg CI.
It Is all over town, that you people are forcing people who live The White Ho and ere-
olon to accept assignment. It is time for some action. tary of Labr were y
C n t e Digusted ginning to overlook some very
STICK TO YOUR CROSSWORDS, MR. BOAT! elemenLal instinct. They were
STICK TO YOUR CROSSWORDStelling CIO and Industry whom WASHINGTON. All the t
!.. to sendato these conferences.- shuttling the -free
Cristobal, C. Z. n ot asking. coeeees r t a An e
i: aThe W,,te House has been time nh come to shed a til
S ven a casual analysis of the proposed schemes of A. Boat to kidded about the "eight m- ligt on les. to hed are
elte the transit of vessels through the Panama Canal, would lionalres and the p jr" lght on taxe t
Imadfto indicat that this earnest genius Is somewhat out of touch cabinet. But the plumber w e.verybdy admithy th tikto
lity. He h8s the shipmaster bringing his ship ap the asserting himself-elther wis lower, who says the tri
i to the lock approaches, and a pilot locking 4he ship lsenhower's backing or t his rV to cut 'M he wantsul tr
But then he takes the pilot off and apparently leaves direction. g or at s fair enough to ever
master to continue on his own. bThe White House did not N ianll ted (Ra N.Y.), who M
SA. Bout's observation of the Canal has undoubtedly beei made to the National Assn. of Man. first am thn sure as shoon-1
exzclustvely from the vantage of Miraflores bridge, and, to him, ufacturers or the Chambewr of eMent W come down. v/
the "Out" 'is mething to be treated at the nearest dispensary. Lommeree and say send us f Bo we'vb got bills to slah t
A.t Is reasonabit o assumbehowever, that if shipmasters were made ind lste toa s s e ex es-prosits levi.te
to con their own vessels through the-Canal, the shi' would pile i ~ aetpr seon. mke t detaus of v
nearly as hig as eadwood the bi aand Th weld boe 'u or mo
r ihea o11ffa ts., -i Others wouldd raise every
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: How refreshing to read such a wonderful letter as was sub- Se w.th the top lab
:, mltted by Mr. rnd Mrs. Loy .Bates recently. In this locate t thi i ew da. Th
gratitude Is such a um cznmamutyl .....- tte f t d T
However, people who rallied around these veterans were hap. tri- fl"'5d in
SDY to do so, and while their expressions of gratitude were nice. tr S USli n (
: actually the donors who tried to help them out of a jam received c oft l re
as much pleasure a they did. So everyone has an equally waim law'. a--'
feeling. 1946. look.
It is believed that If more community projects were shared. the I .roan
instead of each being bitter about all the reprehensible circum- 6 abdaaid
'stances affecting al'of us. the entire population of the Canal Zone ht
, .could come to a better understanding of each other, and friend- s ek for thW men 'whi
ships could develop that would be lasting. coal for this to. Wh
Incidentally, to all the critics of veterans' organizations, a a speak f or all t ..Jus
o Is only one of the many projects they and their auxiliaries handle r se r ,Ju
to assist in creating a better "Community. State and Nation," sad No one aud. So the
to "preserve and consecrate ourselves through our devote to White ouse, tie time, d
, mutual helpfulness." (Quoted from the Preamble to the ConstUtU- elded o41 to 0 the tethal-
tion of the American Legion). einne who de bige w*h 1'
I want to thank Mr. and Mrs. Bates for having taken time -aehr chiefs at 4 ar ts
out from all their problems to write such an fine expression, and . at se leadhie W W i
to assure them that even those who have not personally became .P iA in rt a- nduttes.
acquainted with them are remembering them and wishing thea :Waa laO.ft e?
Sthe best of everything from now on In their new beginning., -s ident
Deuce-In-the-Hole 'austry
Toy ShopAnswer to Previouse Pu e es

I bl n in
ISP.nning toys I Try e
S L title girl's 2 Above

t12y C ot 5 Scottish river
B12Cry of s Choice'
D Bacehanals 7 Permits "'
13 Sword used 8 Formerms1
In fencing English courts
14 Compass point s Herb 25 Runs wild 45 IIriussenmg Wrk
S 15 Table napkin 10 Two-toed 26 intertwining 48 Clan Ae
r ub Cat's toy, sloth 28 Strong string 47 Pen name.f 3it It
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II Woody plants 1 Weather map 31 Poker stake 48 Sea e
19 Narrow strip line 33 Sew loosely SO Chair
of Wheeland (comb20 Listens 35 Leg parts 51 Hireli
1 Wheel (comb. 22 bear 40 Assented 52 Asterh
2f Oca 24 Italian town 43 Rye disease 55 Donk<
24 Exist
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32 Sailor in --
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34 Prison head
N Preposition
37 Place within I -
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42 Consumed- --
44 Danish tax
46 Sterner I" --
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Still other bills, In the procesif
at on everything from
Mg Rep. Reed and O 94,
leans Committee are about
ew taxlaw and already they AI
iostly bitter.
The isdal. who have been Ins
FO* li ttee on the subject oi

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B g de hi- nh e ts
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gome but toopys hide t
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enhance hbs grin.
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the car and were so attln rear
trash or clinging to the jtr
worst A Red Cra, o i Victor
Mex- Manuel Trus, ld ce
lbued looked like "min .pt of
Dante's 'Infelbo'."
we In- "Some of the paSungers lo41
r. their limbs as they tried to
Mnbed escape from the flame. It Was
neck- a spectacle I shall rverw forget,"
trolley he said. A
-on at The wreckage awn a twisted
lht 15 skeln of broken bode; frag- OMY TOGGERY--"Prde of IA~toP" yvlti*h To l
Mexico bments of iron, 9i moels his wild-amik coat while bavincj hirulAruI.ed. O- g1
burned wood and ehfm pil cMrs. Catherine Miller, of North OMrMA Owb. b-M L-I
It PlO \erw" by his kM aristocratic ridL s. e
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PUSAN, Korea, Feb. W (UP)-
igiung President Syngman Rhee re-
tonIa vraled today he asked PrealderIt
IRw ia eenhower at the request of the
Chinese Nationalist government
city to remove the wrap from Chl-
ang Kal-shek's force on Formo-
Sre ee said the request was
ci- i*de a during President Elsen-
o her's tour of Korea "in ao-
Sc dance with the official ex-
r .sion of the Chinese Nation-
ait government relayed through
Ito representative here la Pu-

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President Eisenho*er recently
natomnced removal of the 7th
Flet blockade from Formosa,
(l1nK the way fo a Is alt
r a m n the China inland.
lu South Korean preaidnt
Sed, however, that his
M ent does not want hbi-
Watlonalist forces to fiht
forces yae te main-
fld,. as he has In previous
,I1m & that he does aot
the ""Chnese civil wr"
,oiudrt t Korea.
I neither the wish of the
ese Nationalist government,
Snor the Republic of Korea, a of
Sthe United Natibn= Command, a
far as we know." he'sald.
1 e"To help the Chinese u -
S te to fight ontheir Ad
and to help all ether Aa -
Stoa to fight the
their common enemy, wisb at
the .United Nato and the
I United Stat* s~ld do and ear-
tainly they ae doina It new md
will continue to ~l it.'"
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A Board of Diretor They will remain fS IA
SMake Caribbean Taor I nd until Th, JI
Officers and directors of Pan when thy will go to
k wilJl .in a business survey group will spend time 1.tUra-
the OCarid ean, particularly its cao, Netherlands Wet- e-' i
Sdustrial and tourist activities, and Cludad TruJillo, ac
The group, headed by Presl- Republic. Final of b-
; dent Juan T. Trippe. also will get bean tour will take the 4etors
Sa first-hand look: at PAA's oper- to Portau-Prc, ait,. lifter
f .,,Ltlons in the area, cradle of the which the p1 .Vl;] t yto Mia-
t world's largest international air- ml. They will. u1n toNew York
W fine. the next day lfter an itnsetion
SThey left New York last Friday of PAA's Miami overhaulbae.
w b yapecWal plane. The group will At every stop the Pan Ameri-
Puerto Rico, the Virgin Is- can party Is ei~ng mort activity,
wjlds, Antigua. Guadel o u pe, than was edenf t on their last'
iartniquq, Barbados, Venezuela, Caribbean tour thrsae.earso.
utaeao. the Dominican Repub- From the humble'beqlming
c and Haiti before returning bak In 1927. when PA gve the
K ine by way of Miaml-wheIr United State its -flr nterna-
AA has its principal overhaul tiaonal airline with its -mile
s gee -on March 1. route frqomKey West toHavana.
sexpamon-oof air trans"o in the
Last year's annu vej Q bbean ba mape mndous
0okthe directors to Pari.R atrides-perhepse t than in
the Middle East and Spain. Pre- any other ae In e world--re-,
,' -iouslv they had inspected La- sulting in the need for constant
S'tin American and Pacific routes. Improvement In airport fdlities.
The board members will devote For example, the directors had
ten days to an inspection of Pan an opportunity to insect the
American's operations and the 7.700-foot runway which has just
economy of the countries visited. been completed at San Juan's
In Venezuela, for Instance, di- new Isla Verde Airport. Terminal
rectors will Inspect the Creole and other installations still have
,i petroleum Corporation oil fields to be contrueted. The longer
ear Maturin for a first-hand ex- runway wil permit larger air-
aminaton of that firm's opera- craft to land and take off than
Stions, problems and transporta- can be accommodated by Isla
tion. Grande Airport. now used by PAA
First stop on the itinerary was and other airlines.
San Juan, Puerto Rico, one of the Included In the-group headed
busiest points in PAA's Caribbean bv president Trippe are directors
network. Here board members Sherman M. Fairchild, chairman r.an .u.t,,
had opportunity to observe the of the board of the Fairchild
band flow of traffic that pre- Aviatiog Corporation: Robert V.
sent arelous operational difficul- Fleming, chairman of the board "He's taking a
S.-,..,ies. nf the Rimg National Bank of a boiir
Washinaton, D.C.; David S. In- .
;" ; Most of the year the travel is as Cleveland attorney: Vice
SMdominantly northbound but, a e attor ney: Vce
,du holidays, traffic is almost Adm.r Edward 0. McDonnell.nt mia
all southbound. In either case, artnerin the investment firm
return flights carry few passen- of HoMnbloer. and Weeks, New
S era. The group left San Juan York* Mark T. McKee, chairman.
yesterday of the boaed Of the Wisconsin-
tos t St.Croix andSt. Tho- Michigan Steamship Company,
ma thVirginsland Detroit: ernon F. Taylor, ors.-
ident of the Peerlessdent and as i
next. The group left todayfor dent of the Peerl Oil and Gasi
British West Indies island of CompanyeofSan Antonio. Texas;
SAntgua. Robert L. HamlU, partner in the
STomorrow they will beat the enleeinr firm of Sanderson
S rench islands. of Guadeloupe and. Portr, New York. LISBOP
and Martinique, then the party Samuel F. Pryore PAA vice
will fly on to Bridgetown, the president and assistant to the
S orful capital of BarbadosPresdt; vice president John C
.LesIte;.vice president and gen-
Seral.r counsel Henrv J. Friendly;
r an 1 0a l vice. president Harold M. Blxby
t wa ans d ice president Franklln
n 'L sOGledhill.
SAccompanylng the group is
SI UUhSWr Wilbur L. Morrison of Miami,
S-m'executive vice president in
rim enlY,, Calif. -'-Witch-doctors, "medicine men," Division.
nd other practitioners of hocus-
ocus still are equal to modern False Teeth Found;
physicians whi t False Teeth Found
Ssl of anla ta ayed Fa(s ..
Dr. H. V. Alfr Conn. (UP)
dermatologist for the university's T a si"T RD, onn.Upl
Student health .Service al no ^ se ta placed an ~n
'Ue l ft r e m e d y o r fwot e r o r 7 - r
WArt s h b yet be daee* o f t s.T
1, Alllngton said t at In a series Iaee t auldon a
* p of patients'with a new an-that night at her home. An
-wart vaccine. Mp were excted voice had trouble get-
n cured." He also injected a group the words out:
S with pure water. An equally large gy teeth, my teeth. Than
numb"brlbenefited." heaeens ymou found tlhemlI
S The use of a noisy X-ray ma- be right over."
chine, which emitted no X-rays, 0Son afterwards a toothless
also resulted In many "cures." man arrived and left with the *---,
AlUngton said an order for an dentures. But he was back In
operation to remove warts often a Jiffy, emplaintng:
was followed by disappearance of "They must belong to some-
the warts before the date of the one else. They're too big for
operation, me." _
Psychiatrists have suggested a m. F* Mm
connection between warts and OLDEST FOREST WWV
Mental or nervous upsets, indica-! Oldest community forest in
Sting psychiatric methods of the United States was started'
S treatment. Alllngton said he still at Newlngton, N. H., in 1710.1Kt
'a believes warts aer caused by vl- has been maintained continu-'
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IOis Atlantic Side re elnts will be
,able to attend a spring fair and
barbecue on Apri 11 to be apmn-
ored by the Curch of Our Say-
l a :weree Pah new lour in New Cristobal on the
M.Pkotro* church premises from 3 until 0
Sapelm. lDue to a smaller population on
00sef the Atlantic Bide, the affair will
0151 wks- not be as as athe one apon-
,. mother, sared annu by t a Cathedral
WIN* "lO f StL. Luke's in Ancon but it
a -- p~e @5.pProm raises to be as varied and as
Book Tax Chek. famous for his bar-
el--btcu's, o will be the brbecmue chef.
tby Already lined up am movies, for-
b tune telling, parcel pout sale.
ae cake sale, apron sale ande he
Straditlosial pop corn, soda water,
at alas tro-ri ot cream "and kidnapper section
,a.- ,_ o, 0 3ee s for the children.
"aad-AkThe funds raked bthe fair
at3,. E SAMa LI DUNCAN will be used, foray p new
a. u t f fnWo church at Margarita add for the
m5B l eas Thqrn Btt the M o80 30e maintenance of the praes ent
5a t tot the Ai. d schdle Echurch and rectory.

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%LeDomd to the ? Op House91 for Gatun A memt
lao o eet he ru- Y wGou ts
.o, ,tot a ,e baby's happiness at later ou dd e .-' Mrs. Curtis Coate, of oatuK,

Ulkel ntc .r be inyLnoe h t mid men bes.atn or Sptt
OIL L2s, h- mor the maere, ns for meetings of the troop of bo
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Sta raam, are taken $nt .T deay his an edin a little made Mrs. Leslie Anderson will
Mrs. Gallagher is to.be ban- carnations; and the mo- lated of on the regular Tues- las-tho gh me cryln is -more each ni It runs be the astant leader of the
Mt0man othe Xrz0jo n .MM d voaa-was to expected. They start to breakfast Let him do troop.
,aV1tn3:e p 1sleaming r the night at an f 3 his own Ww. The. irls who attended were
e latwere h JWt4 erlio If it looks a If tis own P- Ramona Anderson, Barbara Rey-I
tnPanamanianp is-twhan thrnees9It otewr
.to hn- Iu ;- o thiesuen--hoyeom drnd i practical for either of you. r sIn-me tKunkel, Judy Hakanson. An-
xtetonwas d~ti s inotL ghv stoaote ten mreakIt emeries, won Wson Bieverls Geoge, Cathntoer-
-mo"fr -idi-lt which ca 1 rrui.b th mr ,.dra Lee Nash. Grace Argo, Linda.
hfactory'oi Read,ontnt manttCunningham, Rosalie and Rachel
S ..eb of Radel and Claire White.
91W4aJlinI.:5 -- I- acuv t bailaothe iroFo er uppr te adults present with Mrs.
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wi-sm t m .. e shD 1 a e a r. ot:o- ~ .t at o thehm e" .le ofMthePtroopR Mrs. Lee
a'et*mrs V W tot ngeandheI&s NashNeighborhood Chairman,
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t howhh -I Ingseppt.et otCunninghamR and Mrs. 0. L ak-

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t -VIApp ,wh6 OerM rme, rs a.snoriedrtime. _ __ _
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-v. an boa- du. uh Tuesday eve- W, -hbaby into ariidtirsc hedleood0=hatre,
tow, em da-ent "ato3193 he begiii, ns e uea .insects would inere s, to such
and ianlep by a fairly regsulareut ppnionthat and M hing
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living room to kitchen, if you belong to The Armed Forces or if you
have a steady job.

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eld executive, congratulate Richard Ryman, 14, ea
Scout, the Bay Scouts of America's ibcond higher !
ber of Troop 86,. organized for polio patia. R ebt h e
been nla an ron lung since September. I 1.

reducing famous MeLevy System will reduce any pr J
dy without strong diet. Also Turkish bath mauswages.
Male and female operator Call 3-2217, Panama.
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No 4 TivolI Ave.-Phone 3-2201. and

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No 3 LotLerv Plam Phone 2-3199

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10.059 Mel6nder Ave.-Phone 255 Colda

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Household Automobiles y** ~,;;-.a*- 1n *1-n ;it e stay ot Hote Pun 'Amio n c
S --- -- .. --Wrir Askehols Anonymous. BOet beautiful El Valle.
SALE -Bend.x Economal D.oa- FOR SALE or Trade 1950 Buick 1201 A--si C. Z.
c sher 60 cycle Pr.ce Special 4-door Sedan. Hogan Willlanis Santa Clara Bect ca.
.00. Phone 3-2925 New Crk Phone 3-2878 New Cristobal DR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic f ge. 2 bedrooms. reqtngfratio.
I 346-A 337-A. Central Avenue K Street corner. Rockg~s rangers. Balboa 2-3059
IS -_r-------ad .- .Telephone 2-3479. Panama. Except week-ends
lE.-Od porcelaon-f.nsh r e-'FOR SALE.-Brand new but portial- ... .
SALE.- excelen condition. UD- Iv damaged Hillman Minx Saloon rAQUAR I STS: New Tropical and FOSTER'S Cottage. One mile
ht piano, 342-B New Cr.sobal to be sold by public auction at Gold Fishes. aquarium books, sup- Santo Clara. Con pletely fui
.291 Per 6 Cr.stobol. C 1 Zone at lPies and Bulk Fish Food. Acuorno Rock Gas Refrigerators ond S
1ne 3-2 .-fI 4 15 pm on Thursday Feb. 26th Tro:i:oal cpn i *nn Franco Stables. Bring your Ilnen, Phone
SALE --West,ngnou'e refrger- 1953. Duty paid car no cu.tomi beirde DU r-hone '-'1 :2. 2-0170.
dor. all porcelain dfficuliy rorrful'ler Dorlncular% R SALE Ciic ant Cie
bbinet. House 860A orgar.." call Colon Motors Inc Tel. 9-J OR S L ,. -clar..
W1beoeat Colon. U..:..: t'ORoSALE J' ttages Elen i
d Street. Will be home ae Colon. stoes moderate rates
"__ --__________ _____t -. o5 --o-e1 moderate roat a reiiretu
6:0 0FOR SALE 1942 Pacard, good T Iie:llneOUS 6-441 Gamboa 4-561 Pedro M .
Sc it Coldspot, condition. $225. Apt. E. House NOTICE OF SALE _uel
cycle. excellent condton. Guaran- 1549 Balboa or 2.-1505 The P-ama Conol Company will FHILLIPS Ocenside Cottages. The
teed 19c4 Call Balboa 1432 payw il LIPS Oceanside Cages. The
S CFOR SALE 1950 Mercury Club:offer for sale at public auction at only court in Santa Clara with on
SALE.-Washng mach.r.e -Wes C.upe. Perfect condirton. Easy Pier 6. Cr. tobal. beginning at 9.00 Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
$60. Refrigerat r 9 It. West- payments. Must sell. 417 Porto a.m. Tuesday. February 24, 1953. to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration,
house R100. Electric Mxer Bello St Anc:,n Phon? 2-3156. approx.rratelh 4-10 ,lems of refused, barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
1000, Automat Record Player unclaimed. abandoned, and excess amo n3-1877 Margarita 3-1673
20.00 Bamboo Furniture Vart, FOR SALE -1948 Nash Club Coupe. freight and baggege Box No. 435 Balboa.
udebakr 1941. $250.00. Tele duly paid. radio. t:p rhape, $795 Dela ed I sts of the items for sal --- -
''hone Baboa 2649. 00. Call Ponoma 3-1466, work- have bcen posle on bulletin'board; FOR R T R E
re .T.I...." ""hgnur.rI -- n ,g hours__________ of Conal Zcnepost of ices and of
WaSALE -QMi mahnognu eu ..-- the Local Freight Houses at Cristobal H .
t _iure: Tables. chairs linoleum rugs and Ponan'ma Hou .
3n'e. AReca.e Eore ap Wanted FOSR .'LE 7 x 50 Bosch &Lamb B- FOR RENT -Chalet at Golf Heights,1
eaw rton- s.. Ancon e ,ekdo r .xoc:r. 0 x Arm Guide glos- 2 bedrooms ivingrow l, dinig
Ofttr six 01 all day Sat. & Sun. 'E,-u x erierced maid, taun- 5es GEE. '. Arm Guidef an5 room.2 b garage.,i klheinMaos
doe u housework. cc' incg. Six day s E .R..oro.argega rde. Refrit e ra
......... C- i I r -, l -4 .A Et B .. y cycl /Waffle ,ron sandwich gril room large, garden. Refrigerator
OR SALE .-9 tube S.Ihertone Radio. Cud ll .2-A. Enterprise. Balboa. 2, Power Rle Scoe 5413-A and some furniture. Telephone 3-
'40.00. Record Chnoger. $20 00 D iabo Hgs Phone 2-2428. 1293 Panama. 2 to 4 p. m.
S %rror, $4 00. Also girltsdresser Position Offered R-SALE-French 3- is FOR RENT
00. House 538-A, Curunridu' Call 3-2633 Panama, 32 9th. St
nots *WANTED -Experienced male book- Son FrOncisco. Apartments
g1W s. keeper Good salary to start Acp'v Apartments
S SALE: r- One Balb Crb, OnE by wrstng to "Eockkeeper" Bo FOR RENT- Apartment, furnished
high chair. Call 86-6,46 1619. Panama. R P. giving full ~be Soct livingroon, diningroom, one bed-
SALE:--One Westinghouse ie-, partculrs as to experience Three,' room for one year, centrally lo-
rtfterator, 8. 5 cu. ft. 25 cycle personal reterences required # coated. Telephone 2-4660. 1:00
S00.00 Cexcellent condiicn LO..f.C6 ri0 e6S Pm to 6 p. m._
564-K, Tel 2-3017 FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished
FOR SALE tadio Programs 1n C(rstobal Mar. 1 apartment garage lesn For
;. Re -- rh months, Bella Vista. Telephone 3-
Real Estate Your Community Station The Caribbean Conference of 4143.
SALE:-Concrete house, alu- meet aSocetyBt eretuen Is d FOR RENT:-Two bedroom apart-
mnum roof. in Goatunciloristol, Mar -to 15entl districteyfurnished reet No-
miles. from Panama, 22 mile,H O GJ 4 0 The Rev. Paul A uollv-r t dent det. 2nd Street No
From Colon 55.000. 16.547 M2 New York City will moderate the -apartment
nd. Tel. Gtun 548 Whre 100.000 People M sessions of the conference. Coll-FOR RENT.-To American Couple,
N--AMAI CANAL COMPANY /yer Is an associate secretary of no children, one bedroom furnlsh-
fERS STRUCTURES FOR SALE the American Bible Society In ed apartment in Bella Visto, from-
ERSd bds ill be eceORived un,, Preents the Society's Foreign DepMat- March I to April I or 15 Phone
,30 A. M. March 24, 1953. in ment. nPanama 3-1060 or 3-3282.
office of Superintendent of Soe- The Rev. Dr A. M. Chlrgwin of -
ses, Bolboo. for seven quarters Monday, February 23 Geneva, Switzerland, will repr- R RENT
dins. conssto g of to.dvoe los of 3- W o o sent the United Bible Societies at F it IEN T
n(contonsi 189 of ive lotwh heads arters then ofn he ristobConlreed from Pa Rv

and one lot of buildings I6:00--Musical Ionterlude uatemala City. In 1916 the BlEu- w
at La Baca. and sixi 4unter, 4 t --Muio'Wlthuut Wor .
onf lot of 4 Ml-lngrsonP radeee A. NW III be a-FOIsu- o" with
s conristing oe :30--The Firers one H our ble Housthe representatives of the bath odoinng, to ingle gentle-

e ot 5:45---Lowell Thomas structed to commemorate the M ra Mont. sharply attacked 2
one lot of two and one lot of -Take It Froum Here BBC o r t e American Biblof the Americanty. man. $40. Estudante stForeign Ret No.
r Webuildis locatea 7:30Diablo 515-ENGLISH ON THE AIR The At taht tl Ame therican Agency 150 Apt "'ey
S Form of proposal wth full Agenclas Steer wIth headquarters Irn Crstobald Mr ow
iculars may be secured in the 5 --What's Your F ayvea r it e serves thix hirupu Ita..-
es ofSupertndh e nt H o fg ore- (Contd) ma, Costa Rica, qicaragua, Hon- lil
S and the Housing Manager 5:30- CoNews dura. Salvador and uatemalal legatesoluon was
Balboa Heihts. 5:35--Whats Your Favorit Zone Currs eny the Revr. pointing" and should be
8:45-(contd 189 wCo eth hadiarter then secretary of rengthened" b Congress.
mon gers l :0- interlude uatemala City. In 1916 the Bi Humphret Mlnn. and Ja mes E
ng r Will :30-The Firestone Hour ble House in Crstobal was con IMuayot ..sharply attacked 2

d to the dictionary, a wide- 000---The World at Your Win- translate the Holy Scriptures In- ur hay On Mldseah o wecke
:45-Lwn lexicographer said dowel (BBC Thtos structed to commemorates the a statement b Foreign Rea-
FboA "1:00-Tae Owlt Frum Here BBC rodu centenary of the out mercan Bible or Chairmay enate hanes.r Wley
or Websters, 7:3j-- E ,RIBBON bjRTSS o At taht time the a ency ls. Wiley said Mr. Elsenhow- 'ere tr rdooe

REVrefrrWe to ap coe A Tedheadqu cretaries efrom the agen sferred noer, tro s ruion .
a H o Repreenta 6:00-Heregn On Alarm Clockurd rom.uatemala to the Canal disa ntreanat ,,d-
mn or hike dsiatio 8:0-MoEvenina alun Zone. Currently the Rev. J .Wo.- a. .tntn v ed a honud be
8:45-MUo. Commentary llImkemann of the secret. Mar- of engtiene Congress.
Andor, Mas.. Feb. 23 (UPlegal 9:00-Jack Smith Show OA this a .ency. e- th Republican a l
egi eorlat a, ve coinage o new 9:5-EHawalcurslon n Scnien(s e tro reman stated that the Robert A. Taft 0 .alsoi a ub
is we do not guarantee t will be 9:30-Playouse of Favorites purpose ofv. Kennethe Bible Societys to Chicago that M. Eisenhower's -
d to the dictionary, a wide- 10:00-The World at Your in- translate the Hudoly Scriptures In-, resolution could be madelvet-
own lexicographer s d dow (BBC to all present day languageOther republican claimed
I 11:00-The Ow Nest produce Bibles withouthnote orthat t he po enatehanges.o
lp B. Gove, general editor Midniht-Signf the Rcor Contd) ponor the work of the ar shrayroteted that Wile -
S.the Springfield firm which valuable everywhere at a nomln- call for pi ator m ahendg te;r
Sthe Webter diction 17 and Tuesday, February 24 al cost.hman Baptit Churchwn clam at concesslon to

the 1949 editAon of the Web- 12:05-Luncheon Music thesBalboa Baptist Church, 6t .ussia In the Fat e ast "opened
er collegiate" dictionary. 12:30-Popular Music Luke CaThe dral. Our Redeemer e gates to commune there."
Irgla House of Representa- 6:00-.-Sign On Alarm Clock res of the Caribbean area at-I o.. .., dsu .
| of the word "andor" as re- Club tending the conference in Cris- i -. ch Would Impair the propos-
cment for the designation.,7:30-Morning 8alun tobal are: Rev. J. Gonzalez Mo- aW'- s" value.....
-or." 8:15-Mormn Varieties rlia. Ph.D. of Cuba:H. T.o Mar- Whea r d eurb a wile a
"-"'Andor' may become a legal 8:30 -Music Makers Francisco E.
In Corgia," Gove said 45-HawaianHarmoniest om Mexico; Jos Sic a e draft resOlution as sub- i
imitea i he ite ou en6 We-th'a'
t we doanot act impulsively 9:00-NewsB linlkof Colombia- Rev. Kenneth lttea yt te Wh -te kais en-
Bisrom Of Venesuela; ev ered all of Ite fire a&ainst'Rus-
lu se. of time between coin-ar omnes Innls of Jamtica: Rev: .san violations of the acts, and
aotn Twentyman ofePerutandimercedino-con`1n- onofthe
StAhe dictionary is a good 10:00-News Rev. Thomas Hudspith of Boll- secret agreements heaeselvea.
he added. 10:05-Off the Record v'a. Other Pepubllans claimed V
had ded.10:0.-O the ReAmong the local churches that that the proposed resolutloir fea
and-or" designation ap- 11:05-NOf the RecarctiContd) actively sponsor the work of the far short of the Republican per-4
In the Webster second 11:305-Meet the Band t) American Bible Society are: The y campaign platform and their
tional edition In 1947 and 12:30--News First sthmian Baptis ChurchI ,uwn claims t at concssions to
the 1949 edition of the Web- 12:05--Luncheon Music theBalboa Baptist Church, St ussia in the Fait East "opened
e collegiate dictionary. 130---Popular MusicLuke's Cathedral. Our Redeemer he gates to communism there.01
*'were published by the 0. PJL Lutheran Church, the Union
C. Merriam Co. 1:00-News Chutrches of BPlboa. Pedro Mi- Their primary target for
lexicographerexplained1:-del, Ombol. Gatun. Margarita, years has ben e Yalta ypat
t artiflcially-stimulated us- 1:45-Lum and Abner and C rioa s the con- e huren a' d Josevelt,
of a new word does not pt 2.00--A Call from Les Paul gregatons on various military' ton Churchil and Josef Stalle.
word Into the dictionary .le s.__ .,- DotrtIn return $or a Sovietpromise

d there must be evidence of 2 30--pirit of the Vikins
word's continued and prob- 2:45-Battle of the Bands Aviation Engineer
Future usage in speech. 3:00-All Stayl Concert Hall
iazines. newspapers. radio 3:15-The Little Show P
f television. j 3:30-Music for Tuesdav r Pr'tg
Mceptlons. he said, are such 4UO-Sunv Da Brder D F r Vi
ntlic words as "penicillin" 4:15-South ofe Border ue o Visit
IRh Immediately are intro- 4:30-What's Your Favorite -
led to dictionaries. 5:30-News Grover Loening. a well known
Ive emphasized that there 5-35-What's Your Pa vorit ,- aeronautical engineer, is arriv-
p no definite rule as to how (Contd) Ing here tonight bv Braniff Air-
U or how long a new word: 6:00-Musical interludQ ways for a two-day stopover.
0t be used to be added to the 6-30-Hawall Calls Loening who was for manv
"onaryI 6:45-Lowell Thomas years chairman of the. National
7:00-Christian Science Advisory Committee of Aeronau-
7:30---BLUE RIBBON SPO R T8 tics will be the guest of William
Respect REVIEW Taylor during his visit.
IOYRD, Miss. (UP) Miss 7:45-Jam Session LotnLine was one of Truman's
SMerins of Horn LakeP)- M 8-0-Perry Como Show (VOAS advisers on aeronautics for many
challenged officers of their 8:15-Fred Waring and his "ears. He was responsible for the
un at theunvert Pennsylvanians design and manufacture of the
nits at tohea runiversmateh but 8:30-Frankle Masters E n t e r- first suc-essufl amrhibian lane
i ed to awn the mviatbuton tains used by the Navy during the
S- i-ed down the rinvitationr 8:45-U.P. Commentary last war.
f Latvia. tMir*s 9:s0r-RhYesm Rra The aeronautlacl engineer ex-
O't umd ground in t 9:00-No Name (C) oect s to leave Wednesday for
ord n In B 10:00-Caas Barrison )he United States. He is arriving
World r II. 10:15-Musical Interlude here from Rio de Janeiro.
.10-30--Variety Bandbox (BBC)
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SMB-British Broadcasting
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natives believed an attack
being made on the city.

ir. English Capacitors
especially built for long
.Rfe In tropical climates.
ft.. No 2 Bell Vbta

to enter the war against Japan,
the West acknowledged Sovte
claims to southern Sakhalln, t1e
Kurile Islands, port and railroad
concessions in northern China.
The reluctance of Mr. Eien-
hower and Becretary of Btate
John Poster Duies to advocate
a harsher repudiation resolutiOn
at this time ssiU s partially from
the fact that such aetioan would
bring renewed Soviet claims that
the western powers are In BON-
lin illegally. The basic asree
ment for four-power oeeuIl
of Germany a etawh
through the 1945 Potsdam so

Important Dicovery
Of Prehitoric Bonea
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ST. PETE~BBURG, Fla.. Feb.
3 tUF) Moldout AjIle Rey-
olds changed his plan* but not
Is mind today s he prepared
o leave the club for home after
ngrlly rejecting thr New York
'ankees' "final" salary. offer.
The star pitches, wat ached-.
led to leave here today.f ha
klahomaa City home. The pln
ldn't take off, due to mcha_-
Lcai trouble. He is now ached-
led to leave tomorrow morning.
But ne Insisted the extra day
n St. Petersburg will not meant
ny- more salary talks. General
oar George Weiss bad
MB W Adistang 4W=
Ranger Fred Hamey isn't good
IOUh, for Reynolds.
"How can I make a deal with
aamey when I couldn't make
ne with Wsles?" ReYholds
asked indignantly.
tARepd visited the Ya
Lubhouse this morning g asv
layers were. dresig for
orkout. But When Opch
Iklf called the prer
eetn to order,
alkedou ," ;q
Hgis determined ad, toe
ht the pay he .wa .r "
e team. *

site Formosa. which th #Wfaianut .erno ft OenrlioMn .
extremely lrreglar contour tt te conteis
difficult to dptend awanstw surpw iL White am oa tb
security zon set up a t*i Coemmu Resdents c0
removed from t a*rea. Report sy tl w defe ptre
Kisenhower lifted the blockade whlh prevpted Natonal a
the area to China and Burma. where NatlAonlla t am of 16,
also shows Red rail imn whi h wfM Ib UWtY

Allan Haywood's Death "

CIO-AFL Unity Negotia

WILKES DAR31 .PM. Feb, 23the CIO, Haywood alsoWas- B. etMng John -
i MI -nfsl MM 6 -.3.. .*prt 1 -0 6" V-.

ray's death. o4wed a gater.
ing "Just 1tB"M."
Haywood, ft offered a heart
attack at 1.30 pfn. while telling
one of his faVorite Jokes to 430
CIO members at a hotel meet-
ing hero.
Twenty minutes later he died
at a hospital Without regaining
consciousness. Death was at-
tributed to coronary thrombosia.
SMe body was taken to: his
home towbt of Taylorville, IA,., by
tiin yesterday.
The death of Haywood, one of
the most active leaders of the
modern lbor Eio ment, caused
indefinite, potoorment of AFL-
CIO uWty &i, at had-'ben
scheduled f thO weLk.. -
It p d' left m nt M, IWRo. 2
po1in t*'CIO. *'
Hayw~odd vwasuft `$0
Job after he lost a bittlMBattle
with Walter P. Reuther fao the
CIO. presidency last D. 4.
,leuther sMedeeMirrr-
Union sources In Washlngton
said Haywood's auessor prob-
ably would be chosu 1am the
CO's "woond echelon." Pre-
sumably he 11il be i'lee" pre.-
Ident or secretary-treasurer of
one of the lkrger'un ns such
as the auto wor r O teer-

i who ild been told
S to M in on the
thre to six weeks to
Ap attack of
at'l a gsvere throat

|^M M.hatL.

Bsueaaor.ip Maywo. ,- :
A union spokesman aid t
would be up to euther and MU6
DonaM to "b8gain it oat"; en
the ckta pft a new .exeutivo
vice president.
Born in Yorkshire, Dngland.
Haywood ha4 been a uni pro&
fesslonal for 40 years.
He worked In the coal mines
In England before sming to the
He started his labor emagvme
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twet Young and Jeff Chandler are eo-starred i a temelng
id tender drama in Univenal-Internatiionar "Besue of Tyon
hkdb will be shown at the Bella Vista Theater on Thmray.
Aex Nieol and Frances Dee head the film's strong amm
It. In this story t a great love, Miss Toun eei
with the most deeply emotonal o0rtiyal of her latr ,.

PANAMA, R. de P.

directors the stockholders of NATIONAL DISTILLERS,
the annual stockholders' meeting will be held at the
, located In Avenida Bolivar, PanamA City, R. P., on
, at 4:00 p.m., for the following purposes:
s of the previous meeting;
prove the balance sheet profit and loss statement and
I to them by the Board of Directors:
upon all the matters that the Board of Directors or
dualy or any stockholder submits to them.
jary 21, 1953.


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'Holdout' Osorio Goes Against


Panama Pitcher Returns

Unsigned Coast Contract


The Standings
ams Won Lost P

Puerto Rico

3 0
2 1
1 2
0 3




V first: Panama vs. Puerto Rico (6:30)
Second: Cuba vs. Venezuela"
Venezula 3, Panama 0
Puerto Rico 6, Cuba 5

Fernando Alberto Osorio will open on the
mound for Panama today and will be out give the
Isthmian representatives their first victory of the

Osorio, according to reliable reports, yesterday
returned his unsigned contract to the Hollywood
Stai s club of the Pacific Coast League. Osorio, who
wor 20 oPames last season with the Class "A" Denver
clulb of the We ervn League, is asking more money.
Last night Puertc Rico came the winning run with a final
from behind with a sensational single. WUillrd Brown ho- ere-i
three-run rally on five conse- for Puerto Rico while Bert F'P,
cut!ve hits in the ni'ith inning got a four-baser for Cuba.
to nip Cuba 6-9 ann take over
urd'sputed leadership in the The ,inescore:
fifth Caribbean Series in Hava-
na. Cuba 010 000 031-5 13 0
P. Rico 021 000 003-6 12 0|
The Santurce club was trallinC
5-3, with- two out when they un- Moreno, Zabala, Pascual, Pi-
leashed their barrage of base cone (1-1) and Rand. Santiago,
hits. Vargas, Deal (1-0) and Montal-
Puerto Rico held a 3-1 lead for
the fift seven innings However. Charlie Bishop limited Pana-
in the eighth the Cuban- solved ma to a solitary single (by Ma-
Jole Santiago's slants rnd push- nito Bernard) for a one-hit 3-0
ed over three mar'-eO-. to take victory. Pete Nicolis also turned
the lead. They added another In a fine mound performance
in the top half of the ninth to with a five-hitter but his efforts
make the score 5-3 in their were wasted.
The Inescore:
With two down. relief pitcher!
Ellis (Cot) Deal doubled. Junior Venezuela uO0 20 000-3 5 0
Gilhlont singled Victor. .ellet Panama 000 0" 0F0 I- 1 0
Sl-id, CanatA. tgled BUtop and Davis lt and

rLets Make a Date!!

DeVicenzo Wins Booj Beits CoR odor By (Haf

Mexican Open Length In S lng Mile. R|
The Stud Cinco streB sther Pavero faded to finish two 2-Taponaso $4.sb. l.80
MEXICO CITY, Feb.23 (UP) BooJl yesterday took fuebt ad. lengths behind Comodor. 3-Golden Plck $1.20. .
A blazing finish that vantage of his light t an fractional times for the Quinlela: (Ri amb- U r-
qualled the Chapultepee raced to a bril4mnt lftoy i thriller were 24, 47 4/5, 1:13 1/5 41-. *
Course record gavt steady. the featured $1,000 mile ae for and 1:39. FIMI RACE
long-hitting Roberto De VI- Class "A" horses at the Juan The track was so fast yester- 1-wBoJlo$ SW .& ,
cense of Argentina, present rmanco Race Track. day that native throughbred 2-Comodor4. r
Panama Open Champn BooJI, under 99 taed mare Valaria equalled the rec- 8 TRA
first-prie money of the distance In :Si ord for natives over four-and- 1-Arkansas 8.$, .80; 2.80
yesterday in the Mexl three-ffth of a e-half furlongs by eppng -Curaea $4.80,
three-fll 1 of A ae-hal
Open Golf Chamionshl trk record distance 56 1/5 secda. Ba- -Galante II .
De Vienzo flashed over e the wire a y ol held the record which RACE
e Vver. of hea w set last ear under 109 1-PeUt Pois .26
final round with a 32-33-44 *pewcmer Comn o '. .Valarla tooted top- -PFlambaro $2.20
yesterday to tie the *coIe was the fastest eeght- of 124 pounds. Seend De b: (Arkanu-re.
mark set b A Broach of Gar- b 23, s wr e
ockI ey, hol rm were evenlyItft-edoi ,i 01
den Ciy, Y., and Johnny track champion iVded among E. Otega (who E GTH RACK
Palmer of a din, N; C. in hthe the journey 1:8 ooj A. Vamquea and R. l--QuoVadl 0, 2o
opening round. /.ai iVadb F82. 4 2
V w to wipers eafch. o2-1.6,
lie Viceno thus finished the The reAted Pa v Po er encel op
2-hole tourney with a 267 to-stepped to tart after The dividends: Qx la ( '" 4"
the break and took a command. nu)sGL80..
ftal followed bydentistCary ing lead following a brief early (Z R&tK .
with 270, former- U. S. Open ile with COom oor. The t- on $8.40, 4A80, .20 1--Turftdg 1860.40
Champion Lew Worsham of weighed Royal Alh ator raced -Avivato $3.0, L.20 2--Coragglo .85
Oakmont, Pa., with 271, and mile. or h frrt l&a 3-R te $3J One- ( LT-C
41-year-old Broach with 272. Midway down the backstretch, SECOND RACE gio) $57.ENTH A
Bob Toskl of Northamptono t
Mass., and Dave DonIlas of Booji who was going fourth 1--Bagdad $3.0 2.20 1--fPregonero $14.60, 3.20
Newark, Del., tied for t at under restraint started t 2--Lady Caren 2.0 --Miranda 280
274. move up and displaced Royal Al- First Double: (Filon-Baidad) .
274 ligator third place.Up to this 0.60. -
this tourney in 1951, posted lead but tfonodor started to t RACE -Elevew n Horses
--- ...e.a, who aiso won J-uncture aronh si hl -.e
rounds of 69-68-66-64. close in on him-Valara 4.80, 2.40
The next stop on pro golf's Booji 'came on fast on the in- 2--PAD Rolt$40
tourney trail will be at Hous- side while Co dor want around One-Two. -l na Rol)
ton, e x., for the Houston Pavero as tee three horses $14.40. l
Open Feb. 26-March 1 turned Into the stretch abreast. L EnterdU Forl y,
pen, In the hard drive to the wire FOURTH RACE
L. uiSvie ACCetS Booji outlasted Comodor while 1-Rlomar $15.60, 5, 2.60 i
Louisville Acceptsi ----- Ain__-_t e--ri
N.I.T. Invitation 0S rn Cl asi
[ ,f r o~o T

I NEW YORK, Feb 23 (UP)
he University of Louisville -
one of the nation's top inc'e-
pendent teams has become
the fifth school to accept a bid
to the National Invitation Bas-
ketball Tournament at New
The tourney, which starts
March seventh at Madison
Square Garden. now listed Louis-
vile, Seton Hall, Manhattan, La.
Salle, and Western Kentucky on
its it-team roster.
Louisville has won 19 games
and lost five this season and has
two games to play, including one
against Seton Hall. This will be
the second NIT appearance for
Coach Peck Hickman's Cardi-
nals. Last year, they were eli-
minated in the opening round
by Western Kentucky.
Tournament Committee Chair-
man Ass Bushnell says the
seven otherr teams will be picked

at 4 p.m.


For its sensatlnal




in honor of His Excellenc
Colonel Josi A. Remdr
Cantera, President of the
Republic of Panama, who
will preside over the bull.

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Famous Bullfighters
LUIS CASTRO "El Soldado" from Mexico

JUAN ESTRADA from Mexico

with their respective "cuadrillos of banderilleros"
will be the attraction of this wonderful day!


For reserved tickets please phone 3-3033 or 3-2543 or coll at Son Pet. rden
every day after 2 p.m.-No tickets wil be reserved after MoORon aS mU dy. I

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C evies In i iller

HOW THEY STAND: era will pia beIr second game
Gibraltar 2 0 1.000 of the second half when (hey
Brewers 1 0 1.000 meet La Atracclon. Probable
La Atraccion 2 1 starters will be Jansen for the
Balboa-H8 1 1 .500 1 Brewers an lriega for La A-
Chevies 0 2 .000 2 traccion. v
Curundu 0 2 .0002 The box score:
The Chevies lost their second CHEVIES
straight in the second halt by ib r h po a
bowig to La Atraccion 5 to 4in Aparlo, 4 0 0 1 3 0
the last inning of 'a seven in- Nufiez 3b 3 1 1 0 5 6
ning thriller. Castillo lb 3 1 0 9 1 -
The Chevies were the fist to Perez ef 2 1 1 20 01
inning, they scored three runs Weeks If 1 0 0 1 2 0 0
on Nufiez' triple, Castillo's walk, Ingram2b 1 0 0 1 0. 0
Perez' walk and Larrinaga's two Salas c 2 0 0 5 0 1
run inge Brwn r 0 2 0 0 0
Lwseffnr s two e1 1 4 79 O M 3
ado tripled and a 0
the catcher's Lpor, thoid A m ION
base In attempt to cut off a Kouraby cf, 2b 3 1 0 4 1 0
couple steal., Quintero2b. s 0 3 2 3
In the fourth innIng the La Norega Sb 4 0 1 1 5 0
Atraccion nine tied it up when Halsall lb 3 1 11 0 0
Delgado singled, stole second i rt., Ift 2 1 13.1 1
got to third on a sacrifice and gadoc 3 22 1 1 0
stole home. DelLstra-s p2 0 0 0 2 0
De La Lastra held dwon the Lomedico, D.
Chevies for four innings but If., of., rt. 3 0 0 2 0 0
they scored one more run in the Lomedico, B. V. 0 0 0 0 1 0
sixth, on two hits, a. fielder's Lacey rf 0 0 0 0 0 0
choice and an error. La Atrac- Letendre as 2 1 1 0 2 0
cldn scored.two moer runs in the -
bottom of the seventh, taking Totals 2S T ISz 3
the game. The winning run was --
scored by Kourany, who stole Score by Inblns:
home. H JB
The first game was forfeited Chevies 30001 0-4 '1 2
because of the illness of several La Atrac. 020 100 2-5 3
of the Curundu' team's players; Umpires: Oorrigan and My.
Tonight at Balboa the Brew- Time of game: 2:08.

ArmisteadCops 'o Crlsta

Feature Amidst Crashes

The speedway titans of the A few ar races
Isthmus clashed -- sad crashed day's final eent .
at the Rio Cristal tra& yes- tal will rate wi
terday afternoon to tura on the biggest nd aft
beat contpts so far this racing pullers.
seaSo, An ext ra t
Outstanding event was the program was a i
final, In which Eddie Anoistead, HBile tvayBdmmn,5
Choppy White, Ray Mpgo-Bob machewhich' as ,
conneely, C0tf Stayton and Don rater cumbrous to
Dahl fought it out a rettr of to h
spills and speed. t
Conneely, victor at Ue last,
speedway meeting at the Na-
tonal 8tadum, led th ftld for
seven of the ten lap. Is a pIs
hard man to catch once Ae gets m7ict
out I fron t t.
Armistead Panamal's naio sW
speedway champion/a htMW 6
the\Jead as Conneely feml Wl's m
winner at the previous RIo Carn x 9
tal meeting, tell as he had done
several times before d41iWg ?
meeting, but over the flfe W
lps he psmd everyone s& t-e 1; o.r^ ff
track but ArmisteadinMMo.ln i
from last to second p e.
He drew cheers front t -- ----
gent-yet Ro Critalspse4Wa*
crowd when, remou Jr
a fall, he waited to
other riders a clear
before got back Ito
SuOnh bryibught 1B 5 6

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Eleven hares.were entered to.
-iay tt- the deadline of 11 a.m.
. t the Juas i'r..nio Rvae Track
or the $9400 added Francisco
AriMa muew (fowrterly Speed
CkcmAo which will be ru $ evd
six-ae-sne-hall furlongs
MsanL ..
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THE TRW vTANDINGS before t]e Es t eatS
..the -..teld when Disk
.U4.7Lest Pot. popped a gi ort t s i L
'WFiremen's In. 13 1 .929 A minr m ocuru
CAA 10 3 .769 the Sth when ae foul mve
Elk 6 8 .429g ed lto the ataas ad gr.
BaXrer.5 9 357 SPctto ill VI ie
S'Van Lquido 1 14 .067 oi the head. Wig, who res-
tiona have slowed omewha
LEADING BATTERS League, ibn reore and
able to continue oting.
(Based on 34 or more times at
bat) CAA hit Prits Cheney rather
heavily and played lnapired ba
Name Team AB Hits Avg. throughout the game as Ptr
Woodr Baxter's 40 24 .600 continued to cut down the Uk's
Athur, FI 39 18 .462heavy btters. Their last tw
Pger, i 43 18 .418 victories over Fiemen', Iu
OPaonwk. CAA 35 14 .400 tice and the Elka 1
SAngermller. FI 47 18 .383 CAA team certpn favrit nda
Goodwin, PLO 34 13 .382 Cop the second heae tlay wbh(P
"Peacod. IP 43 16 3723 gets under wa m
I .^n nMalene, CAA 18 .367 week's pIo ames are
DeLaMater, FI 46 16 .l348
oyster, Elks 46 15 .32 Friday the Fremen's mur-
Patterson, CAA 44 1 .318 ance nine took their 13th woa
Hale. Elks 41 13 .317 agans one loss when they de-
Tarflinger, CAA 5 11 314eated Baxter tranpore
Murphy, Elks 37 11 .297 eleven to one.
aftr the byA Nznger th w nbne
.17 4 Abru.zaW by his first bull of the day n MexoL ziner, the winer
ced brullfigt a t dIbeusimd m and temporary amnesia. (NA) LEADING PITCHERS o UD only one bane hi
5e_ _.,,_ ._ _,_ Sp, ""r a a ,. 4 the League's. leading battle
SName Team Won Lost Hody Woodruff.
Gi SOenceeT -hl n Overwork, _._, 5 ,,_ma
S" eve s something Extra When Tired OSTO MRUNS Draw For Davis Cup
Sher l ba, b eleIps Some the A ingt W hen Ta g "
L_ .-Iu L offAheremarerlcatis
and herhsand, bywair It 13 t EL AMEbOPI to regain hW -151 ra, -keep leave for spring training with s Na Ta HA i no e '
... .. .g- -1amsame, &A-67, NEA Sie alt Correspmndent him u o tired out he s a the l ant l lingnr,
almost exhausted. Spencer. a rugts' right- Smith. 0.. FI 3 T -
.... U-- O0UMBU 0., Feb.J23.-- haxlder, was a angidate for Patterson, CAA ITHrt
iTI.fMir I 'l* "l te coJ wil Mlao t Bu ew YOrk Oiant aMan-/ a' fortb Natihonal Leagud's rookie-
iaeCreordt IsBWOO am -e ae rIf you he-yeardaward in '81 when TRURSDATIS RESULT MELBOURNE, Feb. 23 (UP)
Des.Booh ,Oramng, _want ther Ier e 8pene' _Ss a-S tohis, sparklinref hurliwas The d35w for themM B
ra major factor in the CAA 7. Elks 0 of the 193 Davis Cup lawn
e C p Tenis- TIuelatet-uave to the pe nnant. TennisTamI Ibi
41 am. rd tet r -, GaE says he can't exactly FRAY-S RESULT today, reulte e M-
T."e n alwlb at enS why but he know that Cuba drewabygInthe JIM
am-y Sy iihen ha's tired his fast ball Firemen's In. 11, Baxter's 1 round.
SC. f" 'trees. _o Seo eso * -develops e nto something of around.
r the reeard-break- aelif r.
BO! says Allen,! that thi The former Ohio State quar- Baxter's vs. CAA British gdaes drew l
SIr c n h tto,-I-1 "OVT "T-hosebig league h itt era Thursday night "Bl John" Thus a the semi-finals of the
MarMW9"e it f lt~ osay t a r L, 6'J J. PKthe rtidc* sastraight fast ball.bPMatto .ce noh noEA i ne
o ,o .NimeYOUa" ." g.ht. through .six ,ftel favorite. But when game a ganst the Elks, as CAA of the M Ico- a tle, and
t a .before owalg -'m efaggedo ut my fast ball 5hut them out by a score of 7 the Brithe wie t
A*1SA "a p,, ", just Aves up befo. IL reacihe to 0. the winner, the Japan-Llt
7.iraom I .e gUt ..Uited rs Sports Writer National. Pensylvania aenda s e l and aslinks away r It was Ptisro all the way as States comt
'UNIU UbU l to &merican g a and I front, of thaeW' the 31km neve anything that
.l n dte tThe tnenof 20 to Natl o a beam. recalled that In '51 he eveft looked h It might be a The U ie tates lawn Ten-
-belt om de I1W to theatening to- New 'ork' mW With was fatigued from overwork ma~ hit. ne wile and n Aa ellion, as mm .et
.fornia, the es 26In the Ams o ro- 5n wdepe9ed In7 games.t pefa n- r got on as Pls tro the one, will advise -
of major league taall n- t i h Caro par Iw w ao four. erred on a throw toafirst. Thir- petting s of the dits by
oera, th.linaeh m20 ,the American and teen went downvia the strike- which he various ties to be
err yers, srn- Clor.L. 1 UNE 'M WIHB'INK out rutte. It was the 7th Inning coplet.
T r,'lansm-, hae domimna major
s4 t MID league rosters by a wide 'lels, Iflueoel br the "Therea was a period late in
ae thedrj own stand oververeery other state, boa bbe 3 l t easo W 1 n
Sga4has 4th a se te f:-'irtfu
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New rk the ou Puerto emThat season was the first ll
CommI two wlh a t dins two ,two each one for Spencer In the majors.
L* ibi les@u= maith. eags, tARn M al Y emia atd But bow about 1952? W AY
SI t -n the best one Scot. "I was too strong last year," Wm
.rpvm-wFaagsweGeorge explains.l "When I fired
Sdmin a t of ,y by .. LE a l* with 6.l But eight states aren't reprw- gat, ball It ad too. much
N. d -1, soMU ala2 A, seatedd at all and four othr 1 tralght power. It wouldn't
The .ll.ma be contributed only aum. The" sirynk like it did In. IS."
result of &%'s o stee" are-Idah, Maine. Nevad. Speaeur appi a le t aly 35
M m t to get ,u tIr major Montana New Rmpehlirel olit game hat year, three
e b W ut. whlat- and .o.-ats and Wyow- and left, five. UT E R
7".: O ever MUM 1110daors NOodutl e Islsad George doesn't blame an an-
.Al- cal-getalongwilpt.Calfor-amLale kle sprain he received while
.to lans. Inheoer L Max t chasing ungoes in practice at
re branch and Pio of the Braves, Chicg's W ley Field in mid- O'HENRY'S FULL HOUSE"
bua-i n nhsla season for hs poor slhowing, O'HENRY'S FULL O
roster. Oehyelaa.s*A% and with a totl onlv flve. all In rl OI.amI a21 .
e. .owre de-. the nkees have osef. Most the National a Ml.appl "If I had only been good A
o other clubs however, hamve been h four, all in the American. and tired I wouldn't even have
looking u bn.lietheir Toams 21, Xw Jersey 19, Okla- been frilain around out there
.'a talent l m t i. d A b allre in the o outfield when I got CENTRAL EL LA V STA
twit4proved 1"eh:.goo provider Wt .all bu:14,.:51....:5,,P"
In g nds. scouts are dilaovering what SpenOeer thinks the Glants 1:15, 2:51, 4:52 :5, 9P.M. Mg
Celforpla's oatlnet i split football talnet hunters have can win the flag agaiin n '53. A GRK? SPUCTACL m
fairly t U known for yeat Ograo 'em n "We've got the fellqws on the JOHN PAYNE TUclocoLo,
"Americanl a__ inI the b-g in Pgennyivml ba#@. ldb to win ~t pen-
Im""r msays.. "- it.otrv COLLEEN GRAY, in David
,t JAN 's back b" loosened' up
,h redicts ImMproveemena t.O"Mail sdInCRET i* -
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Mha SeGf il Plt M -dbe.tre
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Coronation Gift II T/J|

S To Deserters; ,

S Free Pardon

LONDON. Feb. 23 I UP, -
Pr ill today announced a general "Let the p'opl know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
amnesty for World War II des-
rters in celebration of the cor- TWENTY-EIGH1 1YEAR. PANAMA, P., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1958 3 O CNT
nation of Queen Elizabeth II.
Churchill announced the ac-
tion in the House of Commons.
"As a special measure, and not
.1 to be regarded as a precedent for
the future," he said. "there will
.-beno further prosecution oft inleasedy .
members of the armed forces
who deserted from the services
between Spet. 3, 1939 and Aug.
15. 1945."
Churchill told the House:
"Men who wish to take advan- O Ien SIn Fno e
tage of the amnesty will be re-
auired to report themselves in LONDON. Feb. 23 (UP)-An- is taken up by Chile"'and Ar- would belong indisputably to the again seriously occupied in other
writing to the service authorities thony Bden, British foreign sec- gentina, the British government Argentine-or to Chile. psta of the world the tactics
and will then receive a protection retary, is expected to make a wants relations between the "But, as it happens, the Falk- of infiltration are stepped up."
certificate and be transferred to statement In the House of Com- three countries In the Antarctic lands were not only discovered "Provocative actions have been
the appropriate reserve to. which mons today on the current dis- area to be as smooth and friend- by an Englishman., .In 152, but Instigated. despite an agreement '
men are transferred on demobll- pue between Britin and Ar- ly as possible were first properly colonies to preventfrtionbetween
nation. gentina and Chile over bases on Britain, in the 1830'. Their Brtn,- Argentina and Chile- AlrcrSft a V Indo hl a
"Men who claim the benefit of Deception Island In the Falk- The London Daily Mail. corn- habitants are still of pnedomin- renewed annually since 1951- out" the lay outside
the amnesty will not be prose- land Islands dependencies. meeting editorially today on antly British stoel. not to send warships into An- ola Ss tunhe lay ouDtide n
cuted for certain offenses conse- The replies from Argentina the Falkland Islands dispute, "Argentina fir la blm d tarctic waters d the sum-, a- -e noW. Date repo l nB
quential to desertion in a false and Chile to the British notes said Argentine President Peron to the Falklands some yeas' mer, the season thr now. .
name, but the amnesty will not of Febtuarv 16 were studied by has failed to place his case be- after Britain had set her flag "ta 1047 Britain offered to re-
cover other offenses against the the foreign office during the fore the International Court on the Islands, but her de- for the dispute to'the internsa-
criminal law." weekend. because "he ftlly realizes Its mands did pt asme stri- tional court. That offer still W V3I
Churchill said those in prison Officials observers in Lon- weakness." dency until 193, wbeui.-utab stands, as was made clear in
serving sentences or awaiting don were impressed by what The Dall Mall continued: "If was hard-pressed by the Nels, the recent British note to Ar- -
trial for desertion will be re- was termed the "courtesy" the ownership of the islands was who found so many friends In gentina. .,. .
leased. in which the Chilean gov- decided solely by proximity to a Buenos Aires. Or f t be
ernment couched Its reply to nation's coastline.the Falklands "Now that Britain is once "The obvious conclusion to be
.the British note of protest. drawn from Peron's failure to 0 11n -A
e The mucb quialeter tone of the p j i e his 'cases before interna-
Sea"polite" Chi an note has been A ill tonal arWtration i that he fully .
greatly appreciated. "e I realizes its weakness. Instead he WA8NTONr eb. (UP) A, sbll to eutd'at.i.a
To Appear In Nude Official circles here say the stAI hopes to chivvy s out. S. Russell (D- come about 10per cat.

PARIS, Feb. 23 (UP)-French the two Argentines from Decep- meat for a.n without ac- e .t as .i t D-tomeat the re a deot0 cupt. -'3
Brifilm producer Christian J island h nd the demolition - esdoubtson of the thelab st n of Aeran milito arsy 1 ed0
annced today he has slted ho fh theC Clnd an Argentine W-AmSHGTN, Feb. 23 (UP).b ben published on the Au l t is people a Vue n e xtu m a ri
appear in t nu fringement of civil law. a field long dominated by Brit- more than 3,000 horsepower ays.. talk" the Republican pronrie'
oi f a om s "tonexacerbate ami today with announcement Lockheed Vice-P-sBdent Hall otbe,., thbe Peronld t as UOre r toncn loim

brough herm ot- to Arg na ann Chpethocturtrans poo t p roe ln."reomcl th an e- .is- Ped
S ov lia tion" further s faster ad higher than any cur- edition conformed with ari- dtrtiona a b b

In The mie. "lucretaBrgia." deucles to the F hternateonal rent military transport" the Air yh estimates that turbo-prop rut i 1TnbEugene D. -r uge

cu solsdir s 7111c a tm e asthe off or s a in revealin g first de- f a^ per ptorun than p towiiur*
w who aided in the selec The arrest and deportation of eiona MioAienttry eeitgnation of the prop passenger pnes in a

Stat if any other Ch promising ueion Island nd thetroop and caroceranspor which vice. They are ieter erian
aspiran come alone "We're mayttl tid o o d wel have future com- "conventional" t and thre t
always ready to look.us me tlrcin al possibilities. ia C-130. turbine engines e ate probably develops wa tys.
Those meetar ing th n ud e in his new fringement of civil law.Lockheed will produce it a tin. Rept
movie featuring a R ombl an sex a i tod dtank e bein t Lockheed said the -e1pow 0 Webelevehat If it came tStheR e tb ypi o

T. ohne cvIhese n Sout efl C identHa to the point other p ane pe would rathesralons"'Tar hibd in rew E n 8 0 5
sid. SANTIAGO. Chile. Feb. 2A theAC- would likely fly 375 to and returning casualties t I ar p tdo without of his neatF
la aid the chosen few (UP-ArsenthatIt s formal offer of 1947 promu f prian hturb ne-engtne low-slun C-130 wou d operte than putu t f he tr te
iounonst was the sensubr ought herSoan- vso tgto Ce at thr equest f byPor foau turbine- eniupment asll mm. howttues 'TUo 'i--d iupe tbed i pushed0t. b is yrth
er to tryout.-were selected from the question of sovereignty of 'he An" Division oflanerwil Al in mially n ttan or t ngtoun sinwco t- eras the pe= ye n .Ef

Sovomic pr applicants f or roles the Falkland Islablems of th e two na- Motors Corp. eo-canlled tyurbo- has a built-itn loading ramp s o heI ksnl mm
in e movie. "Lucretinsrop engines employ the sa which can be lowered to trck- ae t epdd 10 days ago.

TDnA2 T principle as lets except that bed height, or to the ground, so The Ibur ttagLd' 13-ether
gOrP-Dewely-Ta1 t t air most of mthe power t," harnessed vehiles timat -be driven n. There Geo- r wh wEugenebe -
The girlswiaeap;"n""Cou "rht no naot hah ea 132-fot part bpInA-e m KmU
trin st fom anm "cs." T Force and Lockheed Aircraft e ian s eventually wll p oe M M I of ni
clothes btP o wastands. Corp. sald In revealing first de- cheaper to run than pistol he ce-d

ripthems Out Aff"du Overrngabnu Argent ina and h thek oferdtals. engineAtypes...Britainh- has Dut
SDRW any o N their promising troop and cargotranspowhc a hice. The wing acre top westerner e a year later

WASHINGTON. Feb. 23 -The The two chief executives iprg A ofthe fmselag by ra-wi than More than 60 witnesses will t-es- b--ther to and clear
Dewey-Taft fight inside the Re- ed an agreement Saturday call- Hueerafurej co the m orve r u-eal" t ymie-g.and t ls c t
aspirants come al. one"We'ren ngen and ch Mth- ar e. to* p edi omr h e ma 'a the studi'a ) U
Sometimes it breaks out even in four months. Panama Pwfbljc Works Minister eineelude.t i~eutMnpnt Michael Hambreoht- should. be coipseted in moi
did T.he other da behind the tons coordinate production nd day that the United States has and a las C-124 Lmes and was pe-war poli e Republican leaders

*: The session started as a rout- try to help industrialization In Galludo made the disclosure A IIt* Wg C
e meeUtin to select the co- the other durinG a onferece with Tomas
Smttee's professional staff. Be- Guara local engineer for the lI I H r S
S er It was over, Taft and Eisen-tw ..- d- highway project, who returned "tf y
hower, Repubcans were at eac UY V g.rOanght from the United II, a r
Ise, thoa. ChieseStoneaoathtes adt to nr

Committee chairmaN A.L.d Tr O depg D the coanferenc Oro-g Enemy's M A
Republican and a Taft support-t proposed contract between.
e newd e c om e tS "Anmroef t heenamIa seMeas ,an
Si n CHICANGO, Chle. Feb. 23 (UP-Rod of the hi way. The contract wehing care altb to th ade and tighter allied tr d aid
Usually this na age sIfmple proce- ney Dee Brodne who had yesterday-her- wasill be is of perhaps 30.000 feet. litter' p Snt and su ho aYntrols are nde study forime
S youngest was the sensuous Shed on- visiting Chilperat the request oft non and his cabinet tomor- quine s supment u 155 ms. .I t a of the hlt

pra b-n owptoreg one that separated him wowdbondmbtrators. e
t. rI who always brought her his "old friend" President Car- Allend onal A l and

ow.usoationsu brprrotht.e7r o in the
s t floGorg ot Snps me la rthe vrsincple as jets except that bed etwe ,theg forot th grund
Lr a ltas rc itfaetlomai the 1- of.the power Is harnessed vehicles elm-be driven In.ThereherMMwI
PeroI eyo tIno s hduaiponl mandinU eofers"i NOdetaig s have also..s _f--wardcargo dnd. q~brn aeaccuse o" 'il
barsetstate-wos'soTaeC-130_hasa... -....
SIseDer epshuln'tbc ryibeofore tmany"blon ."This- in ww a nLiuu d"%A .... ....
owaNebrMokaandaanvey aa o ro ane esw per
were prior to the Dec. 17.
porek-man arnTt-mana 192 surgedfavryehm e pttatu redd sall-ways-to_.. ..

cuthe witea ot her tiw t hifs aterodutionir d day ttfres fuse Douglas e--r a than More thand0 w aptere ars .u"nuil

m Lee.However. doctors have r
t routine.......ino....t.Welgh h d-a tM t-
the Democrata grinned. ated three times since the sep- The Pana&ma M mD Union views of e i
C Ew, California Democrat araton to give the child a nat- issu -s ieda
toa Ia-psed bomb Of
gle suggested that the ura brain covering.lo
VC:ar]~e ug~ httH a .". .. menting thZ d=d'[hM'of Simon:
Democrats leave the room until He had been joined to his twin metterman u te news- S eon ptO W.of
the Republicans could settle at the top of the head. man whovditer morn- Redwat en n.
their own housekeeping prob- Roger Lee died 38 days after in after n iCommwoti "dr
lems, at which point Saylor the separation. Four lear s t. against U.N. groe -o
walked over to chairman Miller whose m s & rea.O
and whispered in his ear.W a e Defea ddlamlo staff
Flulbed and angry, chairmandAD
Miller then addressed the full su- rd
committee. a MOW a
"Saylor ought to say aloud Buenos
what he Just whispered to ia," Panama
sManounced Miller. At one time or ilA r
"He said he's expectit a phone len j
eaU from Milton MisenhowerI worked;a
(Do's brother) about this sp- !- / gesda.fi
tome like the Dewey C teday a
00 are soanr to try to choose- number of a
I--even our own profess newsmen a"
"f Ieturnee Too sony entertolnes ihirdi funeral ser velsi'-dd
the Democratsreturnee!hTo o m3, gtore417 Cotetohe-
hoot in. Republics" 1vot TV is nothing more alwn bun. crtgeto tI he?1 ~
a101JWAc9 ONW1
. wre til .12Iin. uneal."aion.a

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