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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01519
 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.
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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: AA00010883:01519
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torney for prose-
punIshabl by' a
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Solon Scores

Payoffs In

Tax Fixings

S- Sen. John J. Williams said
today the Treasury Depart-
ment's Alcohol Tax Unit settled
a $521,000 claim against a Ca-
lifornia liquor dealer for the
perfectlyy ridiculous and un-
Justmflabe" amount of $100.
The Delaware Republican,
t iee. poses touched off the
ereur t tax scandals inquiry,
told -the Senate the case was
oan em of several settled for
infcant fractions."
'Boe- of the settlements, he
ueJ, were approved by officials
we honesty later was ques-
b Identified the California
'as John L. Boltano of Pe-
a who, he said. previously
a been sentenced to two years
In n and fined $10,000 in
a erf all .case.

Cos' Pay Rase
Discussed Again
Pao raise legislatoin for po-
licemen and firemen was dis-
cussed at Capitol Hill for ,the
second time this past week, It
was recorded in the Washington
Rep. Carroll D. Kearns (R-
Pa.), chairman of the House
District subcommittee on police
and ftinmen's affairs, said he
met with gemmissioners and po-
lice officials to go over three
ropMeed ay galse cwhedujea,
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Tricks Checked

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Militbry commanders in this area have received inf
structions from Washington to make a job-by-job chk
of personnel records for the pastry six years to determnm
whether any employes were terminated, paid lump-sua
leave and then re-hired with intent to evade the spiit
of Civil Service policies, or to defraud the United Statesu.
government. .,
Replying to a question by The Panam6 Americua ,.
spokesman for the Caribbean Command confirmed yes-
terday that Army, Navy and Air force were compltyi g
with orders to assemble a list of any suspicious instance!
since 1947.
From other, unofficial sources it was laoned th
an especially fine comb would be used on all personefd,
actions during late 1950 to ascertain whether emy,.werM
made to enable the employee to avoid payment of fed-t.
income taxes when ey became applicable tf US
ployes on the Canal Zoe. -
Following revelation In The dependents, area of resident
Panama American by a States and so on.
columnist several weeks ago that Stil other employes soughLt
a probe of "firing and re-hiring" personal reaons of their o
was under way m the continent- work coltiquaoulym without
al US. two letters were published a vacation and have the
in the local "Mail Box" charging the extra money. It wa a
a Na.vy civilian employee in an that in these cases thW
administrative Job on the West pent w" probably the
Bank with having engineered cea-Orimpaired f
such practices here. Job e ane i the
The Caribbean Command offi- an ywho tailed to
cial said yesterday that the 4rmycupatte rpt-A-ne.
and Air Forer, which received Afterit
their reaiMts.Iar data easl last IMahmaa -f

ten per cent raise
new ill which w-
House subcommittee

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Excerpt from The PanamA A-
merican eb. 11, 1953:
T just seen In this paper. The
Panamn American, an article on
how you are InvestigatinX some
rotten personnel practices. You
found where Stateside they pay
off thelr federal empleyes their
terminal leave then rehire them
"ouVre looking in the wrqpt
"el. Them people are jma-
'he champ la on e Navy
t Bank. Not ago when
Sfincoe tax ready to
q 15, galdd terminal
,t6 ft his best friends
t rm wa up so they
tax on it. Then he
temporary. So far
JulAt g as them
S ten to this:
T Idea work so good that
the same for himself.
at %e tqtthm by. de-
ae government.
b people they want
'to come here, ala' you.
MtbWtr wrm. d there
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celye its request inM lae tehn bnemob -a
week, had just athrted Its check. Bk ofito avoid
States intet i probing the pay ifor blmelt
"off-the-Jb-on- t e" t c h- oth On Feb. AB.
nique branded .N "Mharp prac- t e_ rated the c
tice" by some critical of the gov- .-ohe Pnamia Americ t
ernme ~t's employment pollcsI told yesterday tat aea,
have reordly tAuthed up $fv- firstt letter reached a
eral dIf=e vergaInM ,' Committee studylag N
The asfantage sbU v the. aons, and that this
job-hopping emolov o iffer- has asked for a full re
ed with the lndivM Unaffidlally it was
The most c techniques
was one wh 1 9 a petfmanent that Navy
position b abollabed nd the the probe would
man or man who held It given attention to the
a redtion of force notice and 4rds of one woman
nall uU terminal leave money., men on the Navy c
Wrwas then rehired in a similar It was recaligd that i
temporary position. After a brief applying United States
time, a new permanent position tax to tlbe.CanM Zone'
was created. It had the same du- ployeM of the US govern
ties as the first one but carried a members of the armedaser
slightly different designation, was enacted in the late
The employee was then trans- of 1950. The law as first
ferred to tne'newlv created most. was retroactive to Jan. 1.-
Throughout all this. shifting, Many people felt fronm- t
he never left his desk and had however, that thbretrqi~t
no break i iIervice. pects would not hold.
Owe resei an employee might ually they werremo
request semh *tion, it wm di- ally appalled, th -
closed, wiwhen be was abhet, (ecttve Jan,1. 1
to be trsusterreto a job In Thus a pIo
lower grade. The otff-and-eu" cu-lates0up0to
treatment permitted him to um of leave,
collect all his leaV-pay at the any reason did not to us o
higher rate. bef the end of lto0. o
In other cases It bettered his galn considerably by co
tax position, according to his for I- n a lump-st iag
cutrent and expected income rather tha usht It
from other sources, number of Income ta' applied hee- ,


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Britains Atom Plants

Expected To Supply

Industrial Power Soon
Sdustrial, scientific and medical
-- o ~ purposes. This project will take
LONDON, Feb. ; (BIS)-Britain is building a small about four years to complete.
experimental reactor as part of a larger atom-power proj- "e do not propose to pc-
ect now being weighed. The Government believes that tion of nuclear energy to pro-
before long atomic energy will provide a useful source of rulsion umtl more experience
industrial power, Supply Minister Duncan Sandys told the has been gainedtionary the ardevelp
SHouse of Commons. power plants.
"The production of electric power from atomic en- A.Electricity
Sergy raises a number of novel problems," said Sandys.
'yhese have been studied in the light of the experience "It is still too early to say
hnwith any precision how soon
gained with our graphite piles at Harwell an at ind- electricity generated from ato
Scalee, mic energy will be available on
"si 'We have also hd the benefit of valuable discus- a significant scale for industri-
S sions with the Canadian experts about the results obtain- "it should certainly not be
ed in the operation of their heavy water reactor at Chalk tor will n thate near utureac
River, Ontario." supersede existing methods of
producing electric power.
--"The most certain method "To facilitate the study of "But if, as we hope, the
of generating power from a- these methods, a small experi- technical problems i n o y ved
tomic energy would be to build mental reactor of this kind is are successfully solved and
4n improved type of natural u- being built at Harwell. It should these new methods prove to ie
Panlum reactor enclosed in a be completed in a few months economical, there is no reason
pessr;'e shell, the heat pro- time. why .nuclear reactors should
nuced being transferred by a not before very long provide a
S as l er pressure through a Isotopes useful additional source of In.
teat exchanger to a conven- dustrial power."
tional electric power generator. "Meanwhile, work is proceed-
ing at Harwell and Risley on Aircaft
By.Product the design and development of ra
a full-scale breeder reactor, Sandys rejected a proposal
"As a by-product this would capable of producing substan- that Britain should at once be-
Yield plutonium; which could lial amounts of electricity, and gin research into developing a-
be used as fuel for further we are at present looking for tomic power plants for air-
reactA-. e suitable site for the con- craft.
i V .u-. potentialictie of such a struction of this plant. He explained that Britain
.. re eai are being actively stud- "We are also building at Har- did not propose to try to ap-
i led. it the prospects are shown well a natural uranium reactor ply nuclear energy to propul-
to be favorable, we shall con- moderated with heavy water, sion until more experience had
IV 'sider constructing an. experi- which will produce a much been gained in developing sta-
S nment-l atomic power station of more intense flow of neutrons tionary nuclear power.
this kind. than Is possible with our pre- Frank Beswick, who made
, "At the same time," he con- sent equipment. the proposal l n the Commonse
Stinuc, "we hope to develop "This reactor is for research -said the last report of the A-
reactc s of a more advanced work and will ndt be used W merican Atpomi" Eziergy Com-
type, known as 'breeder-reac- generate power.. mission suggested that signi-
.'tors; by reason of the fact "It will however greatly ex-flcant progress adl been made
.th~a they are designed to pro- palld the quantities and vari- In this field in the last six
duce more fissile material than ty of radio active isotopes months,
S,hey consume. -which can be produced for in- "An atomic power plant for
-- aircraft would revolutionize air
transport and strengthen us
more than any single destruc-
tive weapon," he added.
Sandy replied: "I think we
have got to go ahead one step
a a time. We are making quite
a lot of progress."
Heavy Water
Lecturing in London recently,
Sir John Cockcroft, Director of
Britain's Atomic Unergy Re-
search Establishment, said:
"Gonstructlon of the be&Vy.
war resopor at Marwell Ig
be tPlanned ape fay 5
meet the need for improved
facilities for testing r e a cto r
components, and of greater
n e u t r o n intensities for re-
search work, as well as of larg-
er output of radio isotopes"
Sir John named two objec-
tives in development of nuclear
"They are to produce addi-
tional sources of power at an
economic price and-of sufficient
potential magnitude to add
substantially to the world's ef-
ective asrves of fuel; to pro-
duce nuclear power unit for

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t!e jla the elsbwate ym ot Keqbbe-. aslee. con of natural.
uranIiwes actorss will]
.n deed '5l on the 'burn-
tug gtme'. _WnIum charge
I and onai46theait uranium per
EGYPT'S NAGUIB on. The burnm time' can
not be calculated from data at
HAS HIMSELF present known." he went on.
HAS HIMSE F "Though capital costs of nu-
O, .clear power may at the out
SA ROYAL TIME be somewhat higher than thd
r of conventional power, the
ference is not Important e
enough to deter us from em
Gen. M-1 sA4ed Nagulb re- barking on the development.
"It seems fairly certain that I
rently t sk time off frem his large scale nuclear power sta- -
l f- eed" .dies A u p- ions of natural uranium type
saelf-mpesed duties as pre- can be built within a tiqe
mier o( iypt oto tur fab scale not very much differ- 3
ent from that of a conventional
leus. K beW a Pallae, in Cal- power station.
".Thdr will be likely to work
re. He Itlemer resident, 1l- not with the highest efficiency 1
ed #l tkleft many of In the' first place, but with
reasonable efficiency. They will
his p 1pbehind when be likely to produce power at a
cost not much greater than
he flI asqtw Naglb took that of eofsting power sta-
mderiag e b easy 4 Lm Us.
e as,.". en "The essential thing is to get
experience and until we do we
r.shall have many uncertaintlesm
.In all these questions."

Restoring Colonial
House Costly Job
Wtr "Mass. -
(UP)--enry- N. t Jr., a
director of the W Col-
student aid office, has
turned bak She clock to pro-
vide a a glonlal home far his
Fit l a ,tas year
use t d been "mod-
eWFmlFed" through the years a
and restored it to its o
and th em
with multi pane glo a re.
oved added pore.1 es and

Ply t admits b "Jct has
a enM, i nid In 1
.0w I-wd JAb" Nkowever
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Chiang's Air rFcen Smal But Eager
The Chinese NatlonElist sd force s lV probably be the fir.t ltoc Into action a mginst the COm-
munist-held mainland tuna*ZdIst enhower'a neW poiIyof treeing Oene aIimo Chlanks
forces for offensive action, The Nfliallst p1lo ts ae .eager, bu hey haven't the planes to stage
any major aerial attack, The ti air ar, has albat_ 0 old-type plane, Inoluding
transports and no Jets. So attacks on the Chi nese Reds Dprogly will be confined to haral-
ment and hit-and-run raldsft. i Upt rlal corn npleatlons. ctures below,'-taken oil Formosa
last month, show Nationalist' 4ait4n training

Hars.ment speclallsefi thesM Chnes N isaslnt-pailpteA -sl Mnuisagulgs at. rse4ady I ea
sMluse the r.m... W-m .itma hL M sea t Chimes' IW-* Meif ftore,
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LONDON, Feb. 28 1 )- A ftarIpti
of the 6ritish security syt hqp .M -thdw
form of a slin velMUwe tItI "$'T Mii'ng l b
It is the dtpry of Guy 1UrtiW!44,uanmit
Iean 40, the mispingr Fo*Ps, 9 ig 4M
told t'y a writer who praen I
Novelist yril not ew
Maolean over an rieriod m of W r y
sean on the latibr's last I
Although ponnoliy ooncentrateao- |
altiel, his faota "point the sharp fl
at Foreign Office 's*ecurity.%#s one
desrlibed it .
%U known fkets ate
1 Bulro and MamUan -M&,.
Sed 6.,May 26, 1951, onI 4.,
prss train bound for
04a tha, ere .hb i .M a
tr ae & .m nlij at ous,
one the widest manhants
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di th uthae zd
ahaten ath.. t4B
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l,,41.1 C t ls2
Wre the y, lured d'.
then kidnapd?,
Ae, tbAlleY 4e
ene Woffera no o11t .
to thwemia but hibstudy
ihede light 4o1 th atfangq,
characters of the
which may provide clue
their fate.
sandy-halxed *"n a
alerti wer
ha& muth 4UL Ol00241b

i a di luo pot ts
abrad, both ar'ea LtdmNk- tdin
lt he dh e
othelzo:W maB 6.
DRANK' b i t

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Housewives Don't The Great Big hino ros

Envy Career Gimr Has Tiny Liffe Ze fe
Th average housewife ma *
have a lot of gripes, but she WLASHINGTON, Feb. 28 .- A
would rather be busting able horn and a frustrat-
round the house than hst ed love life have brought the a d o
to busineMs. tough old rhinoceros to thq
ome 10 or 15 years o brink of extinction, the Nation- ntl a 4
Sore or 0 Geographic Society report. .
aomen were more career-bent. vhtually without eneme I
"But today, says Dr. D. e i man w these hem es
Paul Smelaer, "we hardly me6t herbvt ors mamma are .
a woman wo n't glad members of a family that was hs i
Spe W Mith +ord wide in prehistoric times..
Dr. Smeer can Speak wit ow, however, only five fu il U'
some authority. Seventy five species of thinoceroses remain.
young women tour the stat Some of the species are
annually under his directiOn thought to number less thuan o U
to quiz more than O4500 100 living members.
housewives and bring bak. In-
formation he finds usewla The Groat Indian rhinoeeros.
market research director r a with shieldlike folded sin
boap firm. and single nasal horn has os.
been reduced, it is estimated, W J
Taking a peek into homs a- to several hundred
erase the country his ng.-5 mstlyI n Aessa n
q he' found I
rrl uA& M fg

erarge mouern auvc w *, m
such as:
She visits her. beaujy parlor
about once every four months.
She washes her hubby's maks
about 100 tumes a year.
She doesn't want her uIs-
band to help with the .ogbe-
work. But she does want 3t1a
to take over the heavy wor1M-
build shelves, fix locks, mow
the lawn, etc.

A Senator Asks
A Question, He
Gets An Answer
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. MILBOURNE, Australs, (UP)
-AJBlocety for the Prevention of
ruP"ty to Husbands, reoentl
here by amx atro0, a
man. -I growlerMpidlt
The society had Aiout 400
meiabers after the first two
enonths. Its main 6neqIes are
MOS(X wives, aggresove mo-
h--law, wives .wo can't
alaee household budgets and
Jiterfering In-laws.
"The society was born during a
discublon between three hus-
bands, includ&n myself, on the
faults of wives," Testro explain-
ed. "We decided to gather har-
rassed husbands Into an organ-
taUton which would ask volun-
tary experts to solve problems."
The society's motto: "Safety In
Finding experts to help was
not difficult. "We soon fonnd so
inany with so much wife trouble
of their own that they were will-
Ing to help others," Teatro add-
S"The experts Include a pay-
ehologist, a banker whose mo-
ther-In-law bosses him around,
and a doctor cursed with an ex-
r.avagant wife.
"The psychologist adv i s e a
members on how to handle irri-
e or argumentative wives. He
m'no simple answer for hen-
SMeking wives, including his own.


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wonder car.


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NEA Food and Markets Editor
For meatless day luncheons, led beets, 13 cup minced
you'll enjoy this ieclpe which sv.eel pickles. I Enill onion
I uses Maine sardines, a very, 'chopped'. 4 tablespoons vin-
e" economical source of excel- (gar. 2 tablespoons water, 2
lent potein The creamed pea tablespoons sugar, salt and
s* sce inat goes with thil putsrepper to taste. 2 hard-cooked
more low-cdst nutrition intofeggs, 1 2 cup. sour cream, 1
the recipe teaspoon pickled beet juice.
'"Drain oil from sardines and
Whole Meal cut into small pieces. Peel,
Sardine Sandslches core and chop apple and com-
14 servings) bine with sardines along with
One can Maine sardines 13- potatoes, pickled beets. pickles
12-ounce size', 114 cup butLer avid onion Mix vinegar, water..
o:" margarine, 14 cup flou r,' 'ilgar and salt and pepper.I
1 1 2 cups milk. 12 cup Iresn Toss lightly Into sardines and'
c"ooted or canned peas, 12 tea-, vegetables.
spcon salt, 4 slices breadP. 2,t
L iL-pot.ns bu'.er, 2 tonmaoes.' Pack Ihto a I-quart mold;
make a white sauce irom mat has been rinsed in cold:
butter, flour and milk. And'water andi chill several hours
ara.aied peas. sailt ana keep in refrigerator. Unmold and
iu over boiling water. i'oast garnish with wedges of hard.
the biead. ana butte," theicooked eggs. Serve with sour
uLZ:s ,.-.an ull from saRdines. cream beaten stiff and' light-
,.i;/.: .gb on toast and top witL: ly tinted with pickled beet
tomato slices. Place under juice.
.- broiler long enough to heat
i .u:.ia.A.es irougn. Serve hot
win an geeirous helping of the
creamea as uocr Ithe op. /
."' Saruine Apple Salad
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Two cans Maine sardlne (3-
"'1 4 ounlce sieu, 1 firm red ap- (Compiled by Publishers'
,,"" tI pi.. l it cups diced boiled Weekly)
potatoepa,. 1 12 cups diced pick-k

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i Thomas B. Costaln.
John Steinbeck.
.,k Frances Parkinson Keyes.

". NEW ZO*tA, Feb. 28 1(UP)- Ufa Ferber.
Even a champion has probllt. AIN MUTINY
..,. Take the case of pretty, t.- fiAYn MWUTINY
-. yea-od z-atricia Keller cCpr- l Nolnan Wouk.
S,'. i.1 .; o. .on Be en, Calif. She Non-Fiction
tu b .. I s lu e II Itie women'S PXVI15y STANDARD VER-
Sthe p1. iapIcs at. Helsinki lstTALLULAHI L BLE
... .. s' nas a big Tallulah Bankhead.
C-'.L., ~kw ...,e --one worth
aooji. .... .. A MAW CALLED PETER
-, Pat cou,1 turn professional, Catherine MarshaU.
because si1& iLau utougai of-
trs to mi.ie L ai ractlve. THE POWER OF POSITIVE
inese in ...c t.... ioly-| THINIHNG
" w wooa, anu -.. .... ... .' turn- Norman Vincent Peale,
*-w .-. - ed pr'o -le L .- _.-... about [ ,. t,..
'ao e, $2. ut ti the ...... .- aboutI A RAAM LINCOLN
UE kt iu lir 1 L.... 10 tdrn benjamin P. Thoma
0(P. a pro, sh, e 8a. .i. an i.1eiview,
3.~s**. lle in Maiin.L.an to receive
.. an W*ard by ,ial B rlth for x
'',. "high principlsm and achieve-;
"My thu..aia career is m.r Ma
.., lmtiortant 1to us than mine, A' '"
S blonde Pat explained. "No hus-
".,.... b nu likes to see his wile
.,.-- tiripsing around the world
....uu, lui. And tis is one
wu wrno doesn't want to." I
I.1It b^Auining chai::plon ex-,
S.. .icd that her husband,'
u.c.i., now is working 0al his '
master's degree In physical e-
*. ..0auli. picpiaig Lu tbe a
Coach. bne xeeps hote, trains
Sand takes physlcaj education.
course at lout- Beaca oicyJ
She met Glenn when she was'
17 and they were married four
years ago.
During those years Olenn
took other her training and the
pretty diver says she owes her
success s ah Olyimplan to him.
Pat took ter first national ti-
tie in Hlioston, Tx., in 1949.
tnce tllt e's been piling;
teem up. lh adithon to becom-i
Ing the only Utitts States gold'
medal winner in the women a
swimming and diving Olympics,
she is the first woman in U..
history to win five national
diving titles in one year. She
earned a place on the all-A-'
..ierican team in 1949, 1901 ahid:
lb5, anu captured 11 title
during the time.
*', When she decided to entc
*15A" the Olympics trials, both l&i.
ar.-J her husband took part- ,- i ACIA HAM
tinme joos to ilnancc til. trip IfeA auty Edftw
aboard. Pat worked as a teno-
'. grapher. ft you ate one of Me il
; i couldn't have gone with- pet ctMt o women in AMererc
out him," she said. "I know it'who *ftr glasses, SaustI
sounds corny, bt I do my bee M ttue anna
tSvt when f arm u .oee of hats.
SHer dcimion t roman a hat de ill
ISMaeur was J &hart to g-o hats foran om-
S Believe me," said the call- orI gRive the i
fornia. beauty, "we t h o u $ h t bo t proprtate or dra-
h ard abo t tiei e, o tr W e mar
wgn buy1*it teta'y < or ,m
gthout having to wi'try abotu wt Wto conil s
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NEW YORK -(NEA)-WooI- s s lats 61 -
ens that are "light as air" are ye coats.
here for Apring. They're shown For rave the new i
In late-day dresses, in Suits, In weight ps I l
daytime dresses, In separates, tges. hey take up les,
coats, shawls and stoles. Theo in JIugag and also Iweighl
are the woolens that drape
with fluidity of soft silk.
ccaute they are so light il IIII5-
and therefore adaptable, they .
are good companions for a
gre part of the t yz r. No Youc t ACuicehtem A At
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nev woole s many dayis boilg *At tU
tnroughput the year. They lei ti
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ablming you to get more.also doteby b
"mileage" out of it-perhaps diasli IdustbeW
watn even ,ex'er pieces of beat for from
clbthtig-thahn yod ever got oidsn. This
before. automat Miu
Because these ghtwelghta utUlea I wat
are soft to the touch, they mln- c an ftiitlain t
part an air of softness and leu tha t190
ramininlty to thle silhouette. --
Desitners are uauig them in To helo jrev
cjn.v'Pny Whete they've never ci dentbI ytt YOa
;ap:ered beft'e-with c i'.cu ,bar "iAH.qd If
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without trm are most suitable fot housewo'k
those with outer eodes turned dp to give
Idte left). For Ure formal dayt lM
its erttn ft women. Lower half sl
iers Mive u to brow centour (centq).
Sell or fa t erat frames are a good
at all hats are wel off the forehead, revet
aiA Io ziot hIbse! die flee or parallel the linae of thf
If you wear glasm, bear these points la miad, -,

should flare away from yo r, r.eans basic fi
face. This will avoid the el- glasses. '*..
fett of lerrink p M under Pick a plast .
', porch Whlen t r i fat- sports, housework i
..ula, "weaL brims i' glasl- oiher more a=tVe-
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v. ear hats thMat e 1 clote s weU ,hub our..
;he glas either o a your ey, b.
top er sides., "" It, a Rta i
i rurbans are tterl outr g ;
either, a cordid_ ',1 fl."
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narrow. cloed-in rt. Tl th i I pile
work ofT your fftheI
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.ei! flowAr v O assorted, colors and ises to the U. 8. Army
Hoaptl at Fort Clayton. Lieutenant Colonel W. 1. OorreL Mad-
eutive Officer o$ th Ntospital, receives the first vase from elya
*Waon, President of- the Club. third from left), a4 Mrs. Andrey
STompeo, Osy Li loo ks o~aetween theni. OtIlr members
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aet lnttbeculols vaccines disease Oatlterft. Finally, .blood
coat.draded Hiansen's from tuberculosis patiea swas
dtMe)se (lps) hasm bune re- added. ,
vl here, with heartening The studies showed blood
swAtt .Ablih give new hope from the different types o# as-
to sufferers aand doctors alike. tients showed the same &aMd c
Hawaii lai the sitf a ,ha- reaction.
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Paom mri" 1 B iresens the ptWrdeMt of t h
Mr. acod Mrs. WU EX Ada1un. of Bases Heights. enter- Califor fr a vio t
Walked wih adrlw ft iday aningt w honor e !ersi tives after wlh Lt. Green wil
prominent VuU* e un9 u0u. nN e n to OAfr S Dkimbao-
bsir o td i wad Ms. E. Le Jeffesna f I t i
,1106 MX. *an Mrs. Loft T40%, f will
w Ueit%" i toam mule
Wtt Nr Jeney, who ae WagLe passners on a w? e he w3
press f im n, and Mrs. Charles E. Lade e a armer sr- b
deof Cob.-
Mrs. Lanes Is spending the.Pfeftle, of orand Rapids, Mieh- DIat,
weekend as the house. gust of lgan, who are crulee pasenge rs
Mr. nd Ms. Adam. She Is'stoppng on the Padfic Side.
completing a round-the-world. lo evea T rsartS
rise which started on La- COsmBdr ada4 aSs. a ttiton e-
bar he arrived on th Anderson Reeeve Ordes
ui at Sundgy and i leaving Lt. Commander A. Ander- The* i ...
Wednesday, n route to her home son, of the Coca Solo val 8ta- The Sn or.,J al nds "s
Inata CaOt tion. has receive orders to re- m s m
Sixteen ueat were Invited to port to C.N.O. at Washington, I- n.Mllb e."
meet the visitors. D.C. He has served as Ixeca- 2 tin and &tS o hn "t -
Uv- e officer of Squadr VP- etoi,2 -4&- Md. -. Lma
Mrs. BUtser ad has been on mte Isthimus for Was t wet--i8g.
lntrodueed at SupPer Party te twoyear. John V. -An-d. Mi i A
Mr. and Mrs. or. .Olbb enter- oa der and Mrs, An- Tale u2. M i3 W Jr.
tainted Friday evening with a d"aft iamon the "Upshur" '". ..
buffet supper at their home on oa Match 17. G. M E anla. Ba
Rooseveit Ave., to honor their Wttla1 W iy
house Mrs. Obb's mother. I And FAreeIlarty rs s a s
Mts.E. W. Bllter of spring A Cow SOl
Lake, Michigan. We. J. M Klr .wasrh s- Mr o. ndo A me ga- L
Their -ues.were: Mr. and ta fora be pointed ma.OfO C
Mrs. Charles Maher, Mr. and coffee given at the Coco Solo Of- circus party at their hemk
Mrs. J. B. DorOw, Mrs. Sure fice Club Friday mornn t to Tl tredan to honor their ,-
Taylor. Mis Adamary Anderson. compliment Mrs L. N. Utter, Frank Leo on his f irt b-irthd
Mr. and cMrs. Richard Wilson, whose husband, Captain Utter is anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs. beln transferred to the Marine
Jqnea Butler, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. contingent at Rodman, and to.The large cake was madef
prank Zelmets, Mr- and Mrs. welcome Mrs: Richard Miller, Mr. oilman and decoratedwit
Walter Hunnicatt, Mr. and Mrs. whose husband, Lt.. Miller sue- ree rings to simulate a circus
Bernard Etlber, Mr. Ro bert ceedi Captain Utter at the Coco and with miniature figures.
Hatch. Mr. KennethBillingsMr. Solo Naval Station.fty-two children attended.
John Byrne and Mr. Victor Aul- Mrs. Edward Hall apd Mrs. Gmes were played and prime
bert and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Charles Gibb did the honors at were given according to ag
the coffee table, which was cen- groups In the older group th
tered with shrimp plant and bou- were won by Wanda ScoW Sha
gainvilla. ron Cooper, Pete ChesMon and
SI The guests were: Mrs. L. L. Francis Quinn. In the younige
Koepke, Mrs. T. L. Applequist, group the winners were shan-
Mrs. V. W. Adler, Mrs. A. L Bn Smith. Mary Ellen QWlpa,
it.., Maccubbin, Mrs. W. D. DKing, 1 Watlo and HIank L
Mrs. H. R. Schmidt, Mrs. O.L.
By United Press Wallace. Mrs. P. B. itch, Mrs. Mi's. James cott won the adult
It. J. Patterson, Mrs. M. E. Tom- guest prize.
Sworld where men- fi lin, Mrs. W. E. Thompson, Mr. Mrs.It WilaM J. aldwo
blood run grt, alW with D. E. Abln, Mrs. R. L. Mlls, t punch Mrs. Sam Roe sNr
S and react Uke drunken Mrs. H. R. Thomas, Jr.. Mrs. J.tIca and Barbara a
S when ptgen ccumu- A. Pease, Mrs.C. R. Miller. Mrs. MaryS S the hasteS.
in their a -lung a s re- LU Boston, Mrs. W. D. Eo- Mrs. Alpha mt.was pree
in Cap. J. Y. CoU- ayne, Mrs. J. F. Barlow, Mrs. with the mothers or the children.
l The Sili World (Hr- R. L. Smith. Mrs. D. 3. Bruce, --
it^ his is a, fascinating l e- Mrs. C. A. Cain, Mrs. R. 8. Is a ra l
iounf of ten years of research Hunt, Mrs. H. M..Durham, Mrs.1 L OW
frto the watery world below us. M. E. Hamilton, Jr., Ms. R. K.
The French naval officer Giftin, Mrs. E. M. Stein. Mrs. R.A U aii
SJules Verne's Imagi- 0. Kunkle, Mrs. Davis Hender-IV T HU W VIW
n VriMth reality in this story o Mrs. W. H. Erb, Mrs. Arthur ,
the saua-lung, a breathing usby, Mrs. I. M. Rowehl Jr.,
device which' permits men to R. 0. Sles, Mrh. Stiles, Sr.,
dive nearly naked and with the UsP. W. H. LeMay, Mrs. C. R.
agility qf fish to depths that Mould, Mrs. T. R. Perry, Mrs, The devotio of the 'Forty
have crushed submarines. To ;. B. Griffin, MJrs. MacIntsh ouns" wil. be held at M
document his accounts of life win, Mrs. P. N. Curry, Mrs. D. Clhrch of M. John the Bapiis
ity fathoms down Catain R. Woodslde, Mrs. W. J. Holt- of L SDe, Parque Lef
Coseaa has Included photo- claw. Mrs. P, D. Fitgerid Mrs, morrow, Tuesday a1d Wed&2edy
graphs many In color. z: H. Hard. Mrs. 0, A. Wilson, of at wee
Non-sllentific readers will be Mrs. C. A. Andenson Mrs. R. F.
amassed -by the dAt Cousteau Tucker, Mrs. C. B. Raid, Mrs. R. rwil be aHigh Mass eaeh
and Frederic Dumas. a civilian E. Hargrave, Mrs. C. A. Lee, monat :00. TomorroW, tli
diver, gathered with underway Mrs. C. R. Ho~lgwnrn Mrs. iuasw be ong by Fr. Jh
ter cameras during five thouE- D. McNeillMrs. 0. L.ieadrinpk- PatIrtk -M.dy C.M who l t
sand dives. The octopus and son, Mrs. F. W. Lee and Mmn. week returned from ib ae s.
giant manta ray are revealed F. B. Moome. TuIeda. Mas willbe cel
aa playful and rather cowardly. .I...t.. tby t. 9Fimae CM.. 2wl
Color more qectacular than A/rt. exhibit l C. IM4 q MA n Wn. w
anything seen above the water Tb. Colon obi .t Ft. Ro 'ert irtnber CM. X r
lit exists In this "silent American Woman'sI (fab l p. the .lapnt.
world" ... sort an mf asMM of tiheork .wiCt Avomo_ darlinr tg t
Sin ou of Mare rneglo, o0 pa-' "frty rEirs" will emsit at
Ruth Panter Randall, wife nama City. Rosry, aenscB. a3aim,
of 0. andall, a prominent Mr. .rIto a u-kuw t a. wIlb a pthee- on the e tr.
Lincola scholar, has rijn to the Atlantle Side residents as i haeve The w onous
defense of the much-maligned shown Wle work previous on the acd. by M'.40i
Mary Todd Lincoln in Blea- iOolf Coast. Fm C Fr. John DI e CM..d Ia
aof a lMrriage (tue .The pictures are hun at th John Cutledge .
own, Inter-Amterlah WonaA Club The church will be open for
The chief villain in this story building In New Crlstobal mad the UZposltlon of the blessed Sacr
of the marriage of Abraham showing opened last evefng. meant all day Wa.g.
Licaoln and Mary Todd, is Wil- They will be on display until
nta X. Herndon, Lincoln's law March 10 from 3:00 to :00. pan,
t er who wrote an early bl- daily. *enl T- t
Hy r- which he founded
ta vth that Lincoln really L. and Mrs. OGree- RTOCIKAN. Alapsa fUP)-
n2L fl Ratl Lteavingr IstluaMs ON AlaskAn old-timer takes is-
3rs.5ndalU obvlously dis- Lt. and Mrs. H arry F. Green, sod with others who mean that
at the 'bad press" suf- with their chbildran, tRobert., e money they have bea amv-
ie by the controversial Mrs. Richard and Ledle Anne. are Ing through the years now ha
has had lacess to a ailllng March .17 on the "Up- ,!le8 value. Jim Pitcher s:a
many hitherto unpub shur. Lt Green has been sta- "'They as takg n- al
letters from Mrs. Ln- toned for the past four yoa or wrong view. for In =I
a prolific letter writer, with the 76th AAA Battalo Lat called 'good old days' y aroit
S to new Lincolnia, recently Fort Davis. rating was almost nil and po
it recen Mrs. Green has taken an active it hs soared to almost un b
S does not exclae Mary part In community affairs and at lievabl heighlla.
's actions which
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Ieave youth Ad with one of our gents or our offices in No. 57 -- "'W" Street Pani~ua-
No. 12,179 Lentral Ave. Col6n ;,

lewis Service
No 4 TivolU Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Salon de Belleza Americaao
No. 65 West 12th Street

Carlton Dr1 Store
10.059 Melndes Ave.-Phone 30" C0 ad

Propaganda. S.A.
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones "Hu" Street corner Estudlante St
No. 3 Lottery Plana Phone 2-3139 Phones 3-1214 and 2-278H

Household Automobiles o es have a d* ia-grblea d PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages THe
O IWrite Alcebells ArmAmem. Be only court ih Santa Clara with a-
FOR SALE -Bamboo porch set, liv- FOR SALE-195 Hudson Hornet 4- 2031 Aocem C. 2. Oceanview from arl cottages. Steps
ingroo set mahogany end tables door saden, coler light blue, white to beech, Rock Ga, refrigeration,
etc hone 198 Colon, 8th. St. sidewell tims, only 3,900 mties, DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. borbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
9091 Phon. this ser is like new, must be seen Central Avenue K Street corner., ara 3.1877. n Mdrgrd P 3-1673
S9091.--------- --- to appreciate, only $540.00 down Telephone 2-3479, Panama. Box No. 435 Balboa.
FOR SALE-25 cycle a b e- nd d Iv it eawy. Your Friendly WEST BANK LADIES. Mary Ti- Williams' Santa Clara Bach cot-
frigerotor, $50.00 Call Blbo m experienced. Stateside II- tgs. 2 bedrooms refrigeration.
2474, house 789-D. Tornavillo, COLPAN MOTORS, INC. censed beauty operator, has joi- Rkgas ra rs. lbo 2300.
Balboa. ______ On Automobile Row. ed GenelL and Hazel in the Genell ExceMt.week ends *
FOR SALE --Mahogany diningroom Telo: 2-1033 2-1036 Bliss Cocoli Clubhouse Beauty _ExcePt-wek-erns
table, 60" x 36" extended, and FOR SALE-1952 De Luxe Chewo- Shop where quality service will Gramllch Santo Ct ilbeach-
four diningroom choirs, $25.00. let, just like new all accessoriesI continue uninterrupted. Call 4- cottage. Electric lIe b"oxdi Oga
Tel. 2-2026 ofter 6 p. m. or Sun- including undercoating. Phone 64-1 557. sftlM, moderate te. T oelephnet
day a. m, _3207.j SPECIAL EXCURSIONSI 41 Gomb. 4-56" Pedro M,-
OR SALE: -- Household furnitu. FOR SALE:-1951 Ferd Custom 4- 1 FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO -uel.
Phone -5-487. Brundage, Gatun, door seden V, brand nw int ne wdy $85, round trip 135 FOR RENT
house 109. _____ __ job, broad ew seat cover, radio.doyi.$.0.0,.good on yer
RALE:-Westinghouse refriger- good tires, this car is a teal oely l0 LOS ANGELES, one way, $149.15.
afOr :Wesl nIho. $ee0 00 Bambo S4 96.00 down eand it's yours. Your round trip, $252.35. 90 day-limit. Houses
ro[., porceiPnn. $a000 So-boo Panama D.,patch Service 36 Avenid i -- ,-,--_ ----
in i.,ur $ 1' 00. .'artdobe Friendly Ford Dealer,. NcI A eile e T .FOR RENT -Beautiful residence of
$50,u C on. $25 ,0 Tle-. COLPAN MOTORS. INC. N Pacional Automobile R-. T. three bedrooms, three bathrooms,
phone Balboa 26-19 On Automobile Row. -- hot water Would prefer an Amer--
..s.T., 2-n1033 2 36g r C A I I .036 ....i.^., Ii ,i a, ,. 1.

FOR SALE --Deep Freeze Fr.g.daire K L
25 c. le ne* condition Call Cr.,i FOR SALE -1952 Mg, duty paid 4
bal 15-.4 00 miles, excellent condition. Call Miscellaneous
--- 1',----- -. i CristobOl 2129.
FOR SALE -Cratlman Sander. Jon. -OR SALE --One Meissner VFO. 1
er plonnei 4 3-8. Table saw & FOR SALE-1949 Ford Club Coupe R 9 R phone patch speaker
Jig saw* V.'iraor Sander. D.oohgramn V, new point job, new seatcovers. ,Col Ielephone 2-3189. House
Compre..r and :'ray g.n. Glue.n; good tires. Come in and ask for 7 .-C Balboa Prado.
clanrrp M.: c oduoiking tools 6 demonstration, only $335.00 down -__
benches Co-. ered 5 C' Z .n.rh cob.net rad. -dealer Ine Electric Plant I 1-2 H. P in
21000, Bab, stroller 910 O0 COLPAN MOTORS. INC. perfect cond. on $464 40 The
Qsrs 261-A Arbrcok, 71-4 On Automobile Row. Texas Co. IPanamal Inc. Tel. 2-
-- R SALE Tel.: 2-1033 2-1036 0620
FAOR L FOR SALE -1951 Mercury 4-door FOR SALE 50 heavy steel bar-
Re Estate Sedan. 14.000 miles Excellent rels at 50 Cis each, F.O.B. Balboa
Real Sa condition, extras. Cristobal 3- Good for culverts, grain, etc The
FORnALe-tBargai.. onr-, leaving 1339. Texas Co. lPanamal Inc. Tel. 2-
countrln modern home on National'L-6 2 49 ercr 4oo -. ._
HIghwo. eleven miles from Ferry l brand Mecy 4-do FOR SALE.-German Shepherd pup-
Tel. Bboa 1696. cove. ged tires, oly $430.00 pes. Best blood line from Italian
F SA- -- SacrIfce. 2 bedroom dewn. this carl ea eselHat buy. and American Kennel Club Does,
FOR SA -. S"bdroo Mother also far sale. Going awayr
cqncrllts house, partly furnished in Your friendly Ford dealerM Frst Avenue No. 3, San Francis-
Crme. $1.690.00 House 31, COLPAN MOTORS, INC. Tel 3-2396, Fomo Sonchiz.
Cerme% or Margar.ta 8055-C. On Automobile Row.
Pione -2583 Tls: 2-1033 -2-1036 FOR SALE
FOR., 5 .-SntoaClara l.om.2 FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Victoria VI.
lotag 1drooms. 3 large closets light green body, black tp. good Boats & Motors
Sai.e 41lingroOm. d.-etre modern histi, shis car.il an ecellet buy,
kfchencar port. All tle floors *n $559.00 down *d Y Iyours. FOR SALE: Boot, cabin. 15 fr.
d bath, fully furnished includ- Your friendly Ferd dealer, mounted on trailer, $250 00, also
aSrvl refrigerator and inner- COLPAN MOTORS, INC. 14 HP Evenrude motor, like new.
4 in be 260 ft. frontoo*, O Ameimele k low. 250.00. Call 84-5291 or see at
fenced. Reasonably priced. Call Tl.er 2 -10 8 2-1011 Qtrs. 607A, Ft. Kobbe.
Ctlst6baf 4676 or see No. 3. 32- R AL.--1946 Oldslle Ceamo, WILL BUY:-I Graymarine or G. M.
Cefe Chico. Santa Clara. Burkle. celr Ine, bletek top, bvealc Model 671. State price, reduction.
-P----INAA CANAL COMPANY trenmii rdioe rd, esetMi .gbJ where seen, writing to MATILDE,
1114 *TrRUCTURIS FOR SAL tirm. rThis ear drastically reduced P. 0. Box 808. Panamd, R. P.
SealilF's will be received unt.l in prKe. Must sell this wrpk. only
10 3 M., March 16, 1953. In oo20.00 w* ur. Help Wanted
the office of Superintendent of Store- Yow friendly Ford dealer
houses Balboa for one lot of six COLPAN MOTOPRS, C. WANTED: Maid for housework,
quarters buildings located in Rano- On Autemeble Row. must know French. Call 3-3804
oow City. Sole will include restbra- Telh 2-1031 2-1036 from 2 to 4 p. m.
ton of site and grading as specified FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury Club LOST & FOUND
in thrl"boposol. Form of proposal Coupe. Perfect condition, Easy
*itir full part4cuJors may be secured payments. Must sell. 417 PortoLost Bk B P-
LIrn te offices of Superintendent of Bello St. Ancon. Phone 2-3656. REWARD:-Lost Block Belgion Po-
Storehouses. and the Housing Man- h1lce Dog, in vicinity of Columbia
ooer at Crtcbhol.FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Convertible St. 4 Brown feet answers to name
Ceoie, cokr I ght green black of Blitz Reward will be paid for
R SALE t o. radio, white tdewell tire, information or return of this dog
OR S LE leather upelster. Thisl car i in Ernest V. Trott. Calle Columbia
lorcvl "cellent condition. $495.00 dewn No 5, or Trot* The Cleaner 2-
Motorcycvles end you can drive k away. 0120
FOR SALE:-1948 Harley0 '74" 0 Your friendly Ford dealer.
HV, excellent condition. Many ex- C PANMOTORS, INC. RUH MILLET Says..
tra Can be seen 12 to 6 Hanger On Autemobi.'e Row. U m LL
No 3. Ft. Kobbe or coil 84-6193 Toel: 2-1033 2-1036
Cpl. Stoner FOR SALE: 1950 Linoeln Club Not all my men readers took
Coup. color drk een, n.ew seat kindly to a recent suggestionI
i Sa n covenHydrmnti, o d i*. of mine that a husband ought1
ig vingS Yo an'r *et better g car fe not to come home fom work1
S-the money, ly $59,500 own. conversationally empty-handed,
n Ving r friendlyI Ftard deler, but should let his wife in on
SCOLPAN MOTORS, INC. the happenings of his work-a-
CLASE, Md. ( UP -Leamon On Automobile Row. day world.
L. Lane, the builder, didn't Tel:s 2-1033 2-1036 One husband writes:
want to disposses Leamon L.11a ------- -- -- "You maintain that a guy
L Lane, the home-owner. r, money troubles? See us be- should be a little more chatty
0 Lane, the same man In ore disposing of your used car. with the little woman about
both caes, hit on a novel dea cash. Agencas Cosmos, his dally trials and tribulations'
tha let him live in hs old Auto-Rw No. 29. Tel. 2-4721, in the shop or office
frame dwelling while buildings nI __ 'elleve it or not, dear nldy,
a new brick home on the same FOR SALE:-1956 Ford Custom Tu- thir the Innocent -" appearing
plot of ground. dor VI. celar ddark ron. n.w little practice is loaded with dy-
seat covers, oed *I e. $420.00 namite. It is the experience of.
S To accomplish the seemingly down and drive it away. myself and our two gro w n
im) osalble, Lane and his family Your friendly rd dealer, son, who live with us, that
connued to live in their old COLPAN MOTORS, INC. bringing office problems home
tnae house while he built the On Autombile Row is not good praictce.
walls and roof of the new, Tel. 2-1033 2-1036 "Why? Because the lady to
brik home enclosing the old SAL-- 1951 whom we confide has a mem-
tricture. Now all Lane has to' H a, '51 pontiac 4 Dr. ory like the proverbial elephant.
do ) demolish the old h ome" bb t c .8 C y.. Ne tres and A day comes when a depart-i
ever hs head. r Nylon C plstc Uhols- mental expansion or reshuffle
The Laes continue to live in eelen condion Ba- program Is ordered t the
the. undisturbed sections of ba 4173 after 4 30 or Albrook flee and through no fault of'
the old home, taking over' 7, from 7 3 30 R. J Robin- his own the male of the
their new brick quarters a _____ household is left sitting high
each room is completed. Once, iJAl'ry--- and dry with no added advan-
the work is done, the demolish- WANTED tiaes. He may even lose a bit
ed sections of the frame dwell-I of prestige or remuneration in
i can simply be tossed out Automobiea the scramble.
"'A.h,' says the home sage
D-Converble Coue 1 936 with the long memory, 'You
Skn Cance o 1941 Ford preferred. Phone Would have been smarter to do'
brlay Skin Cancer Balboa 641S. such-and-such..,
By Family Doctor n -
SHandle With Ca"And so those Monday morn-
ICAGO (UP) -Most ear.; BOSTON UP' t tCae ng quarterback sessions are
Ier a b t taket"-,, n held In our houaehod with
k cancers can be treat-o make the "package" InMatel r any ore. Wehold withe
ed.by the family doctor. accord- Io make the -packg e" In the e learned a
ln to Dr Feuben Friedmian, whlch a Boston firm ships a o there you are, women.
Teolple University medical ram of one of Its products. yo are never told a nothing a-
professor. his weighty tomb" was de- bout your husbands business i
S. riedman. addressing the A- veloped by Tracer-lab to send wouldd be because, in the psit
m3gican Academy of Dermato- radioactive materials safely to coud bue ycaur know the pato
lbkg and Byphlology, said .suchtlI h;dustrial and laboratory make unasked-for sugde to in
eases aged not be treated hy'customer. "ora make unasked-for suggUons
cas eed nt be treated stso I eand couldn't resist an occa-
."The. averyee tvpe of sml sional temptation to pointL ot
teous growth, and. for Fatal Egg that if your man had
t4t matter, most ca.ss of ear- I TAT8VILLE, N.C. (UPi -done such and such,
ly cancer of the skin, can be A 10-month-old New Hamp- r..ight have turned out lfe
very well taken care of by the >%.j'ie red hen owned by Vl. gently.
Physiciann" he said. lir-m Allison was a m-'rtyr re-1 If you really want to share
wulve eoulpmeut. suctrcently to- tte egg-laying busl- 1n your husband's busasn
m-radium and powerful x-ray.ness. The hen played a jumbo orl bu nUrit be wil.rag a
m(t-'ilnes. are rot alwaystces-lega vweighinK 34 ounces or t a silent partner, i g
iary. and excelent reaults can about three times as much as (m'm nts and giving dI
seebtrined in ea-1/Afdti cancer an- average egg. It cor.1nind only when asked to
j iugjh the pe#forahaJte p f uaree golks and was 10 I 2 There are two things no naisa
a selptlvf'v rs'* or omeratlon in '-e< lIr r'-c- -fe-.nce The at ioys hearing frotm hia wifitt
atrt. h e abuo boa yb done '

2145 Panaorr

FOR RENT --Nicely furnished apart- .
ment, two bedrooms and baih to
couple without children from
March 15 to May 15th. House
9085, 9rh and Roosevelt Avenue,
2nd Floor. Call Colon 577. i

f-OR RENT:-Large comfortable fur-
nihed rocm with bathroom, suir-
ab'e for bachelor or couple, up-
stairs Cuba Avenue No. 67, across
from Panama Hospital.

WANTED: By responsible couple,
without children, house or apart-_
ment. two or three bed-rooms In
Congrejo, Bella Vsta. Vista Alegre.
or Golf Heights. Call Panama 3-1
.4702 between 7.00 and 9:00 p. m.
WANTED: Experienced beauty
operator' for Gatun Clubhouse
Beauty Shop. Please apply Tues-
day March 3rd. (9:00 to 6 00 p.
m.l Ulla Hart-Prop.,

WANTED:-Unfurnished house,
4 bedroom*; call Institute In
american Affairs 2-4667 f
7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., or
Cummings, Tivoli Hotel.
WANTED: Chalet for A;rterI
couple, two or three bedrooms
moderate price. Preferibly fern
Coall BDobylandia, telephone

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New Book Deals

With Infirmities

Of Geniuses

LONDON, (UP) Dr. W. R.
Bett, in a new book, "The In-
firmities of Genius," poses the
question as to whether xeniau
flourishes only under abnormal
Dr. Bett cites the following
Carlyle's life was an unresolv-
able mental conflict.
Shelley drank laudanum and
his cruelty to his first wife drwe
her to suicide.
8widburMe was a drunkard A
had fits.
Poe was a maniac-depreUslr
who sought,-relief in opium an
Quincy took an ounce of opium
Beaudelaire was a syphilttl
who died paralyzed.
Charles Lamb had to be put In
a straightjacket when he was
young man.
Balzac wrote his greatest work
while suffering from hypertef-
Keats died of tuberculosis.
Burns had rheumatic fever.
Byron had a club foot. .
Pope was a hunch baclr n
was hamprede by headache
Dr. Bett addqd t at,
man was a great creasivf
because he-W a: yepsytc
"but our subeetn Surely ,
that. otventW ecessy u -
ties of mWnd. more thanJ-e
cess which tbh'tiyChl p
pathological may be an eman
element of l e virtue o t

Pacific Soci.etY.e ,
(CoatiBBuiI VWgm Uran
ally opened. The e tz
Will display about twenty
paintins and wil remain
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No. 3045
7Howa: a,m. to 1 Mno"
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Monday to Friday.
Tel. 1405 CoI R. P.

Firs Aid sploms

Awarded 25 Wuin

Al Kdbbe Thealter
H. DougSla, commanding of
of the 33d Infantry Regist
presented First Aid diplo01
graduate. of Fort Kobbe
Control Zone ls aes 31 ansa-
the Fort Kobbe theater yters
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which wa the e
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pendents. Blewi ve
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Capt. William W. Brla "
fUcer to charge of a aNisI
tro for the Fort Kobbe 61.1
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ma ttles en oyiuat the tt l of
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jxaw headed, by Alan Lai Ghmrle
oVer, Deborah Kerr antd Orain
Calvet. Ths fine quartette of
Holyod persoalftlitei a sved
Sa cle that is strtuMi MttleS
and romance.
Jtletly, the story tottl I
addltet of fortune,; AI 1 ,dd,
who fflte a load of mln int
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fIhhe 1f tiliable 66 the
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cauPght square in the middle of a
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v the area and Ladd
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*bt bet i nary interest Il the strick-
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Coynes Edgar Goes


Classy Newcomer Opposes

Bendeguz Chablis Entry

Coynes Edgar, repi
be imported to Panama
his second local start i
eighth feature event at
This good looking
Won virtually galloped
le" Rodrigues for a sigh
but. This time the "n
Aeoording to unconfirn
nla all his Important eni
S' Although Cornes E
Ahe "experts" there ar
probable upsetter. The
Beadegus or Chablis wl
Distances. Both of thi
improvement during th
Two other horses i
ia ila the mutuels anre
thi former topflighter
Into a tallspin after a t
Cheriberibin round out
Another point of In
repntly imported thor
Boyal Signal, Cam de G
yesterday mutuels ch
tit Poias raced to victor
featured seven furlong
Ovent which was also
cqtest on the progrn
$Vortte, however, has
er fight than preF
g the major
M $0 purse.
Second choice Min
from the gates on top
*ent sllhtly wide on
rn an allowed Petit
t through 0.1 the In
latter entered th
reeh with a comforts
l aiead.
V Mt Pois raced in fi
a & restraint with M
6lfpse pursuit until t
mA where Mingo cl
Mino gained ste
1 a own the store
o eend 75 yards t
ly 9 ose Hip. Tl
itnder the wire in
blanket finish.
iowsy Bellein Pulid
Oper. lManaged to get P
bh ea long neck to t
witih Vli noseing out t
oet ing Rose Hip
place. The time for t]
uadoMf was a fair 1:3C
PeUtfPols returned $

WB all of yesterday's
iiWevr, pald such sh
Tb'two beait win payoff
Sby Full in the nil
$10.20 by Cahonan
and 2. Cam b
tUer day's leading jo
ttu.ela apiece.
SPick 5, 2.60, 2
8ga 2.00, 2.20
f=Loely Molly $8.4, 4
X-Don Marlo $3.
it Doublet (Golde
B Moy) J is.
1-rnlto y Plta $9.00, 3
Dle $3.40. 3600
aond $3.M0
One-Two: (Grito 7 P
6w) $17.3.
1Bagdad 3.80; 2.


I P.W0. 2,20
Bina Rol $2.20
:Caajau (7, 8.40, 2
532.40, 5.4'
-Lnegal Frollc (2.40
Mary $8.60, :
32.20 2.20
lon 2.20
meend Doable: (Ca
15sh Mary) $"0..
sao $10.20 3.4
un Cheer $4.d, 3.0
Valaris $3.
qulqleb: (Caleasna
Full $15 2.20 2.20
vad sp.2O. 2.20
ues 3.
0JTwo: (MAu-Que
ya$10.40, 2.80. 2
L vadura $2.00, 2.20
koo $2.20
tit Pols $3.40, 2.40
go $2.80


A surprising upset oc
Sunday's "Joe Hay
g boot held at t
Gaun Club. The u|
the person of Ralph
'loh a short period
S has proven that
; pertct. He defea
Guns as Pap
4 Iona, Ed. Francis.
ry Kuster. Con

n or.
an Jr.

utedly the beut Amerlean thoroughbred to
& in the last ten years, is scheduled to make
n today's 5750 Class "B" one-mile-ald-one-
Sthe Juan France Race Track.
five-year-old bay son of Fenelon-Penant
around the oval while taking Jockey "Chl-
tseeing trip around Juan France I nis de-
naeatro" Jose Brave will be In the saddle.
ned reports, Bravo will ride Coyne Edgar
ragementa here.
Edgar is an almost unanimous selection by
e many who will risk their money on a
most likely upset will be put ever by either
ho go In an entry and both partial to long
ese Vicensini-tralned horses have marked
eir workouts this week.
n this race who will receive a bit of back-
Sthe steadily improving Roadmaster and
Vlajero. This latter horse suddenly went
brilliant local start. Sprinters Sir Bep and
the field.
iterest will be the scheduled debut of four
oughbreds. They are the American bred
)ato and American Maid and the Irish bred

ice Pe- *
y in the
Class *D" m
D"i Todays
the final S
,am. The
a much
dicted In
share of Program
go shot
Sbut he
the first
SPols to 1st Race "D" Native 6'/ Fgs.
side and Purse: $2M.. Pool loses: 12:45
e back- First Race of the Doubles
ble two- I Manolete C. Kam 1lix
2 Elolna E. Campbell 10ox
3 Arradquin V. Ortega 112
ront un- 4 Rosa B. B. Pulido 112
lingo in 5 Diana B. Agulrre 114
he final 6 Miranda P. Ramos 118
osed on
adily all 2nd Race "E" Native 0/2 Fgs.
tch and Purse: 517S.0 Pool eleos: 1:1s
rom the Gseond Race of the Dovbles
he three 1 Rio Mar A. Vorat 109x
a thril- 2 Proton J. bCna 113x
3 Campealsno R. Ottaw 103x
o, how- 4 Golden Bound A.-Vh. 120
etit Pols 5 Villarreal E. Camphel 109x
he good 6 Die de Mayo B. Ptfdo 112
he fast-
for the 3rd Rame "G" Natt 1 T Pgs.
he seven Purse: $275.0 Poel dles: 1:45
3.40 and 1 Bljagual V. Ca tlo 120
w r Peggy R. L. l 104
3 Golen Tip K. Flors 117
winners, 4 Collro C. Gonnp 106x
ort odds. 5 Runeco B. Ag 120
ffs ace 6 Filonn J. Cadogen 115
nath race
D in the 4th BRase "B Native 4/ Fs.
bell were sr Pre 2 0MA Pod eloaes: 2:20
ys with DixianQa U IA re 110
2 Marilu J. Bravo 118
3 Annie N. R. Outerra 102x
.20 4 Moon Goddess V.Cas. .120
.2 5 Dalida P. C. Gonte. I x
6 Amasona R. L. Gil 112
7 Petite P. Rose 115i
L40 563h Rame "C" Native 7 Pis.
on Purse: $26.00 Pool slosos: 2:55
S1 PreoPNero RI Vt ea 112
2 Tulra X u OTr 109ex
rIo, 3 on JA 4 V.V. O u1 112
4 (olden.n IL B 103x

lata-Du- 6th ace "L" Imported 14 Mile
Purse: $750. Poolt eloses 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
10 1 Bendegus) A. Phillips 120
2 Chablis) B. Pulldo 120-
3 Sir Boss C. Gon. 105x
so rt e) 4 VIajero V. Ortega 114
iete 5 Roadmaster B. Agulrre 112
6 Coynes Edgar J. Bravo 112
7 Cherlberbibn F. Rose 106
7th Race "G" Imported One Mile
Purse: $450M0 Pool closes: 4:95
L20- Second Race of the Doubles
0 1 Mis Fairfax B. AguL 118
2 Lujobo F. Rose 112
9 3 Choice Brand A. Vas. 111
3, 2.20 4 Scotch Chum 0. Chants 105
5 Arkansas 0. Castitlo 112
6 AvenueJtgad H. Walte 112x
najagua- 7 In ime, J. Bravo 110
Ith Race "F" Imported 7 gas.
Purse: 550.- PPool closes: 4:4
0 1 Preatiglo 0. Castillo 107
2 Rinty R. Gomes 110
S u a 3 Rosarlo F. Rose 114
4 Hurlecano J. Bravo 11I
5 Bedlam B. Pulido 120
6 Mon -3,toile K. Flores 112
7 American Maid T. Gon. 1 0x
I Vampiresa J. Jime. Jr. 117x
Vads) 9th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $400-.0 Pool closes: 5:15
;.20 ONE TWO
.20 1 Galante II F. Rose 114
2 Cara de Gato) 0. Cha. 112
B 3 Royal Signali V. Ortega 110
4 Curaca R. Vasquez 113
5 Mr. Foot R. L Oil 101
6 Chucunaque K. Flores 112
7 Rowcrea B. Agulrre 113
8 Mino R. Guerat lO1s
1th Race "G" Native 7 F.
Purse: 8275.00 Poo closes: a*
1 Kon Tiki C. onzales lf5
2 Romantico) V. Castl. 114
cured In 3 Sirena) R. Vasquez 11I
dus Me- 4 La Gringa J. Bravo 110
he Cris- % Juan Huincho F. Rose 10
paet was
SDugas. Ith R9ae "" Imported 7 V
of time Puem: M5040 Pof closes:
practice 1 Vent a Terre C. Isle. a
teda uch 2 Prter Star KFlorea 11
py Nor- 3 lamber J. Brave 11o
1il Hall 4 Parago 0. Banches 110
gratula- 5 Charming Prince V. Cas. 130
Relax Durtag Exams
7x50 Brown University students go to
4Sx50 the movies free durtnXg finat ex-
43x50 ammation week. The student
42 0 board of governors at Paunce
-'* House, the student a thtesa8 -a
^' ter. schedules esarCuaa and
?".: hort motion flt sfe -o relieve
tihe eIjs8 w 8 IMg for ex-
2TS *mi'l-Ui. b naatinloa pa.
r iod" is open to students dally
without charge. 8 pi.u.tom.
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Tbere's Fish

I got fslah in ep freeze. Wonder If the neighbors could
use another fslah o wo? Who did I promise to remember whet J
they started to ra7 Yes, the spapper and covblus are .WtaaA
more than oeae f rAman Is thinking as above. TMe fsh 1as g
still spotty with. aOme semi dry- runs but many a g6od oteh has.
been reportW thiLlat we0k. Ta7 g TboguUila and the p
Bouy have paid roff at different timeh

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The Aloha gseemas to have startId it with a g zo ateh th9
latter part of last week. They came up from the lands with
nice catch of red snapper. Since then many have l0en out, wil
varied results ubu the overall pictue looks good, might be *
thne to try the Bona area. One tM ow asitue s et th*K
will be out this week an" wttlag t ail m .
The lavitatioh issued by the Panama MarIn uh owqfor i
fishermen lik PanamL and the Cnal jone oter theo 'w
meant has respited in manay ntries. With tihe -fhg
ter every dky the tournament should be a huge m .
like to compete with other fishermen this is your .a ch.' S
party alone Is worth the entry fee. and4the primes hoidL
worthwhile. See you at Taboga next Saturday.
The Intgrnational Game Fla AAooletlon. has pubahiu d tiW
new World Reco. (Ch art corrected to Jan. 1,1903. We are soIO
to report that Pandma g lost a few of her records. This is.a
.good anews 6t on abecng the existing reedrds we see maEy.td a1
cab be'bvken Ja n'anata waters. Here's hoping tor all @1 'e
baswith a few'new onesh throws in duria this year. F*r'olm
not faiflkr with the world records nowheld in Panama *6 iI
the current Information. -
12 pound line teast, record dolphin] caught In Pila s
August 23 1951 by R. X. Nltzsche ofn- M1 Florida. T ,-'
weighed 3 pounds and was 4 feet II Inlches lotI. with a fd
28 Inches.
12 pound line tiet, record sailfish, caught In PiLa sN o
August 8, 1952 by S. W. Gorham of Miami, Florida. TralU
weighed 127 pounds and was 9 feet A Incher long with a t
32 Inches.
30 pound line test, record sailfish, caught In Pigs -
August 7,1951 by J. P. Baxter of Miam, Florida. Thi fish-f
ed 147 pounds and was 10 feet 3 Inche long with girta
80 pound line test, record black marlin, caught la n lFlM-
on April 3. 1949 by R. R. Cannon at thatttM a realdent
Canal Zone. Thlg fish weighed 654 3/4pou and wa B
11% inches long -ith a girth of 87 Inchof 4T
largest snook ever o4ubht, this fslah wasn atheOat= t
way by J. W. Andooon. a resident of the Canal eone. 'J U
weighed 50o% poundxa&d was 4 feet 7 Inch es long. Tht
was made January 2, 1944.
20 pound line teat, women's world record dolhn,bm eah
Panama Bay by Mrs. Wmn. B. Chase on July 1160."'
weihed 32 pounds and was 4 feet 7 Incheslong with a '1
30 pound teat line rd sailfish for women held r
ginla Spencer of tne*Ganl Zone. This fla heudbcth
and women record until Baxter caught a n iarpoladi`
Flab was taugt during a Panama Marlin Club Tournmua
July 5, 1940. This flah weighed 143% pounds- and waa Ifti
with a girth of 35 ihelos.
From the above it can be seen that Panama holds ev
records, which is not bad considering the number of a
Ing all over the world In competition with the few
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SLO BEACH, Calif.. Feb. D8 TaYskey's last effort to purchase
-Vo Dec ur ttepes, Jr. another pennt for the Boston
hia (bmnuui Sax fud ib~flight- Amsjrtc~nan will most under-
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there a lot abort- Joe McCarthy shuffled off to
S1T h -"" bL +S1 .. Buffalo e 'following August
The r be sitfrer4 and the ed lost 15 of the
the tely mend. lat 17 ander steve O'Neill In
O "I could have played the final Ptephena denies that It. was
ni m pand a half of least se- a question of too much money
son, Rut Lou Boudreau wanted for all hans. 4 hired hand
L to ~ at #Ids," explalma would be p*in nut* to admit
y p ~ ,"In 1M18, when they won, t
mt year D9 g.iRJTx Bed So waen 1O gsnes In tm I
yefor th. on July 12, when the Browns
frti beat therm for the first time in
W' re P'nway Parks' friendly Back Bay" he recalls. "Then
S left n w yawningthe awttela We couldn't show
\ ftM5N1 -n lg hnd earl foo iaot sa our- lives In
M does not 14, we were I games behind
Sb M in t the time of the All-Star
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Maulmm SO picking ul so mbch lot ground
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Litle League Great Little CaemanMoroc&
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NIA Special Cefrspmant Ce
S COND W AL ST4A N Di.le has its answer to Seattle's
S. W L j mohnany O'Brien a a great lit- Former Vanderbilt COoach ll
Curundua te man in a basketball era of Edwards was &a mide mi
Caribbean Command 1 0 great bi men. ml's Mahi Shrihe footbng.-.
Albrook 1 0 The c p's name is Anthony star game of Christm#aa, ^-
wlt Ba"k 0 1 Joseph (Zippy) Morocco. He Is After get a coelaf
Clayton 0 1 five feet 10 inches tall, must at Moroco.ldwards caodn"
...e ~ 1 be the South's finest guard "one of the greatest nat
N.e.t -ameSheu.ld since Ralph Beard of Ill des- athletes I've seen."
Next Games Scheduled tied Kentucky fame. Morocco slipped ba fit
Monday. 2 Marh Morocco averaged better his sophomore season.
Curundu at We S ank th. an 2 points with a team when his four ftotba= l
Caribbean Coam and at Clayton -ethat did not win were up and he stillU
Kobbe at Aibrookt y of Ita first eight South- completed requh lMnts ftor
Firs R-O, ,__ eeastern Conference games and degree, he had other yKr.
...M. al. Le.. r l oC four of its first 12 overall. the court. -
Jinmmy nider, shortstop Ca- aI- be we've got a poor rec- As the Southeatern O
ribban_ Co.mand. .520. George od th Moroeoo," says IM- ence season neared Itsa m
Barber Pitcher West Bank 8do Coach Harbtn Lawan, "butPebruary, nel thher a u
wins 0 los. wltout him we'd have had to State's heralded Bob PettI i.
Name BA Te amcancel our cedule." Ole Miss' dead-eyed Co
Snider, J .520 (CC) Mans believe that If Morocco -both nationally ran
warbler, o . (W had not devoted four Autumans er- led the league sI
Douglas, L .40 (K) to halfbacking Coach Wallace production. Morocco 8 _..1W&
Pitman .437 (CC) Butts' football powerhouse., he with several games to play be
Peterson. N. .424 (WB) would rank as the finest guard already had far ar Iku
Deslodge, J. .411 (A) Diie has produced. But the old free-throw reco l
Colonel V. .406 (C-C) 16 pound brunet from set in 1952 by MlUslutppI Seat
Valerjera, R. .405 (CC) Youngstown, Ohio's Ursune Coy. Vance. Morocco was 1._)*
Robinson, F. .392 (CC) High School always reported ing .hard toward 2N asIfeb*l
anders, V. .387 (K) late and "tight" for basketball. mlZUy wore on.
Frangoni. A. .387 (CI "Zippy's Imposible to .
o n, S. .370 (C) IfH At Least I m," says Auburn
Dieas, .363 (W4D3)I s At Liast Joellaves. "He drives for.6
Fsher, J. .343 (CC) basket like he's shot frt.
Chaln D. .3D3 (C) cannon. He newer loses
Tharp, .322 (C-C) Dress The Part of the ball ethr. He
Fosec., R. .318 (K so faint you cant block the il'
VaMl, V. .320 (C-C) SUN VALLEY, Ida. Feb. 28 or snake It away." I A
(NEA) -Now It's children's dolls At that, are notioer-
who are taking to skis. occo secia&y. He aA&v
A ski shop operator here re- that against Georgia To
porter that for the first time he whe" he plopped Il eight
is selling doll ski outfits-jack- era from near mM-cout I fl
^iR ism leta and pants, first 13 shots, wound up wt
"B QulpseF.A.Plcard, 1952United 29 for the evenly. He Mbto
^*- States Women's Olympic ski all-time Ge6rga mark rlle"
,, Iteam advisor: "They'd make any la the year wifti 801
Sdoll look like n expert." against Auburn (Including 14. 4
B.8EANS |(ABOON L- 17 ree-throw attmpte),s.mMf
I Naial nor, an night Samee ..back the nezt aumt to.
w f NUtson al t L etgm nelIca- a ni game through 37 points againmlst1,.
Q Mt n: What secoendL base-u" tea n a Sunday. ba.m" "
mll It"th e WNati afona lLe Q./ Ater timehas been called pounTd for pound., d
rewor fr fielding percentager- how long must the umpire-in- take Moreoc. -
Atan Keyes. ch t wait before a game can be 8, .. A
A* wet -Jack1e obinsn called In thesAmerlcanLeagniue?- Nee o nn,
I M 1m M. bTs e aD e1 r Wa is D HEora. Need Adding
S3 Sly!jSfr leagu6O ft- ARule 5.10 authorizes the urn- M ctlii TO T H
Sto e lead i ute- pi, to temnninate the, game after Mn Toe 1 aI y .,
Wse Wlays for ear censsesuve wrt 0of mutest=, but If, 'a Runs Iings
sea-agM 1e holds the National isjfmenstua sh's any chaaee
e dun ay rme--ord forene to resume plahe my continue NSfre-a .apan, feb. 28 (N
DUO s ...pl.....shall be the role n a long a det i-Leave Ithen took over
136 esit0Se01o2d basein t isa, ig waiaft'. There's nO in a softball double-hean rl
Sequatheeage record. Idea, however, of using the lights featuring women's and mn*
1b. l the American League, Is go ndefIniteldy confiioM gades, dtoya edud Tozuarpa^
It Xi1 to tutn on the lights to of a day game halted by weather Osaka eiuid 'rokusbina, W
fimlah a Sunday game?-Qene eoadltlema. The umpire-ln-ehef seven. lhnlg. *' 'F
NAY. shall be the sIe judge In deter- The men then took ovwt
d a *N 1 4108s to be d an- ialang the length tsuspenleon field, Oiua beating Koyto, -I
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Try To Decide

Fastest This P.M.

There'll be choosing and
whizzing at Rio Cristal speed-
wa this afternoon, starting dne
o'clock and finishing in time to
geti back for the bullfights.
The fastest motorcycle riders
on the Isthmus are going to
have another argument over
who is the swiftest of the bunch.
Last week the issue was vir-
ually decided on the number of
falls, something like wrestling,
i only less grunting.
Choppy White fell more often
than Eddie Armistead. There-
fore Eddie collected the win-
ner's checkered flag at the end
of the main event.

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Motors Ni

Request For Base

Bu this was not oeiore nop- .
py had established a new lap DETROIT, Feb. 28 (UP). union termed the offer in-i -.. '
record 35 secs. round the General Motors has offered to adequate.
Tourist Trophy style track. Increase base wages 14 cents an Although workerS' pay was to |-
It can be disclosed that the hour but turned down CIO Uni- be recomputed Monida oni the
boys have been thinking over- ted Auto Workers union demands basis of the Jan. I' 'cout-of-
the speedway business during for higher pensions and an in- living index, the. UA#W said 0M
the past week, and have decid- crease in workers' annual "im- pay scales will remain the same
ed that such restful benefits as provement factor," the union at least Lntil April, or' until a
may accure to man and machine said today, new agreement is Worked Out. -
by periodic mid-race siestas The offer, which would raise This delay in reflguting wages
upon the hospitable earth can the point below which workers' was caused by revival of the"
well be postponed till after the oay could not fall despite drops "old" Index upon which work-
race. in the cost-of-living, would have ers' pay still is based. '
no immediate effect upon pay The government dropped
White and Armistead, nowt checks. the "old" index In January
tied at one-all in the matter of More than 1,000,000 UAW but then revived i4 upon de-
Rio Cristal main event victories members now are drawing 25 sands of the auto companies
are the pre-meeting headliners cents an hour in cost of liv- and AFL unions.
for this afternoon. ing wage increases over and The Bureau of Labor statis-
above their base rates, tics said it would take, until
But form fans are not forget- The GM offer merely would April 1 before it could Issue an
ting that Bob Conneely, main guarantee that wages could index, based on old standards,
event winner at the last speed- not drop more than 14 cents for Jan. 15. The liulex o0 that
way meeting to be held at held at the an hour despite a downward date normally determines the
National stadium lsd the pack shift in the cost of living, pay scale of worker :.for the S
for the first even laps of last The UAW wants 20 of the 25 three-months period beginning C "O DO
week's 10-lap final event, be- cents incorporated into base in March. Because of the delay MSria
fore he oit the dust When Con- wages with the remaining five in recomputing the' index wages inRi N O &I t
neely gets ou in front, he's a cents acting as a "float" to be will remain'the shine at least 106s,
ha an to pass. added to or subtracted from de- until April.
Then there's Rpending on the cost-of-living
probably the steadiest rider
radlft on the Isthmus. He's just The UAW and G have beennonmous
the min to capitalize on his OP netiatin for several weeks on Over 0
ponret's errors when the heat is revisine economic provisions of For Fames ve 40
onJ 4 .hey, perhaps, are off, their five-year contract signed
Te.c will be a special race for in 19506 .ib .
Hl -Davidson machines, open It was prompted by the UgO Std 1y Solon
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ALBANY, N.Y., Feb. (OP)-
A "Calories Auonymous" WAs
Auggested by legislasive com,-
mittee today toprevent Ameril-
cans over 40 from "killing them-
selves with food."
"We are losing the battle of
the bulge," said Sen. Thomas C.
Desmond, chairman of a joint
committee on problems of the
Desmpnd said some 3,000,000
New York .resklents atS 10 z er
cent ioverweight pand another
1,500 00--20 per cent--too fat.

Starting Early
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. (UP)- Adaner t
Fourteen children at a Middle- co e rwaled t
bury kindergarten were taught the quiet or
rIv'ling this winter. Euoa toe.

5 Igovernment'ib a ausix t m T
"old" to the "new" tk'p cost
Th'tspeedway is close by the of living index. The. au.com-
RIO Oristal roadhouse, where panics and the union are ne-
speciators can get all the food gotiating on how to appli the
an# drink they want. And new index to wages. '
the re s ju s t about as UAW president Walter P. Reu-
much parking space as there is their said the switch-over ith-
i 'Texas. eluded related matters of pen-
. The Rio Cristal roadhouse Is sions, annual improvement wage
4x miles on past Arraijan, along increases and compulsory retire-
the National Highway. ment ages.
But, the union said, GM
Riders and their machines en- refused to increase pensions
t ered for today's main and would not cond*' ratle-
events are: Eddie Armistead, ing the workers annual lip-
3SA, 500 cc; Bob B a k e r, -provement factor oneoeagt Man
Triumph 650 cc; Bob Conneely, hour from Its present fohr
Didian 440 cc; Donald Dahl, BSA cents.
500.cc; Jerry Fox, BSA 500 cc; However, GM did offer, the
Ray Magan. Ariel 500 cc; Charles union said, a flat five-cent
Prutsman, Triumph 650 cc; Leon hourly increase to skilled .trade
Sharpensteirt, Panther 350 cc; workers to correct what the
Clift Stayton, BSA 500 cc and UAW called "inequities" between
Choppy White, Triumph 650 cc. skilled and unskilled wages. The
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Today, at 4 p.m., bullfighting returns to Panama with all
the color, tradition, verve and thrills of the ancient Spanish
Three toreadors, two from Mexico and one from Spain,
will fight six bulls at the inaugural corrida at La Macarena
bullring, just completed in San Francisco de la Cal*ta.
Some of the bulls have been flown down from'Mexico,
where they were bred from some of the best fighting stains
-in that home of Latin American bullfighting. Others come
'roem Penonome, Panama. 4,
The 7,000-seat La Macarena ring promises to be full to
capacity as the first bull of the day snorts out into the new,
modern bullring.
According to bullfighting tra-I make ready for the entrance of
dftion, the "corrida" begins when the first bull.
the signal Is given by the official

chosen to preside. Today it will
be President Jose A. Remon.
When Remon gives the signal
todayrat 4 p.m. a brightly-dress-
ed horseback rider, probably a
autifl girl, will come through
Q9 gate leading Into the ring.
lope out into the center making
t angle turn, coming to a
op directly below the presi-
dential box.
Here the rider will receive the
key to the bull pen from the Pres-
i.ept. The rider then turns the
key over to the keeper of the pen
*ho will immediately start to

The rider will re-enter the gate
and return moments later at the
head of the crew of bullfighters,
picadors and banderilleros.
This stage of the ceremony is
the most colorful of the whole
corrida. The bullfighting crew,
with their brightly colored,
spangled costumes, parades a-1
round the ring to the tune of
lively Spanish music.

When the parade reaches a
spot in front of the presidential
box, all members salute the
President and immed lately
change their silken capes for
fighting ones, while the Presi-

C CASTRO, "El Soldado," one of the t-"o .-icans who will
ar at La Macarena todry, prer: 1 coup de grace
by playing with the bull on his knee p race


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dent gives the signal for the sires he may offer the
trumpet call announcing the en- a gentlemvi or lady I
trance of the bull. diende. He piases his
At the sound of the trumpets, person who has reesti
the keeper of the pen pulls open for whereu3iq It ifty I
the door and the bull lunges out ed with his cfrd wItW
ready to gore anything in sight. tlox to a party in h i
The first thing the bull sees is matador, or with son
an escape chute at right to proof of gratitWder
which he Is attracted by a (The 'ow ceaM
"peon." He charges toward the ch-ie 4ha1a pled
peon, who jumps behind the buftequ-
chute and hides. Immediately elau es tP'o
another peon at another chute thR
racts his attention by waving b.14
a pe.
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All this gives the fighter a. o
chance tosite up the bull and
map his strategy. After the see-
ond peon _4.es behind the l
chute, the fightr steps out Into a
the ring and. mi.play the bull '
for a few turns of cape in or-
der to size him up a te more.
The bugles sound ag at this
point and the matdor tats to 4
play the bull in earnest In & dis- t
play of his valor and finesse. o
This phase of the fight usuall. t
ends-if the bull is cooperative-- t.
in the matador king on a stat- a
uesque pose and playing the bull h
from a stationary nrupitmin.

r However, if the bull ti- still of the
"gassed up," as bullfighters aay, ThO
two more matadors may come ou lby t
into the ring and help the first the ,
one play the bull until the prin- ch4ef
cipal matador feels that he is dor t
ready for the next step. taker
At the sound of the bugle, ban- of t
derilleros come out to stick their of
barbs in the back of the bull's decde
neck. This is done without music. be
At this phase of the fight, the
President, on the advice of rder
bullfighting adviser, can odrdte
the use of "black barbs" ft the Sank
bull does not show enough l ot- t i
age. This constitutes a voto' of g R
censure for the breeder.
After the banderilla S. t he ~
President orders the ch oer
to the final stage of the fi
Here the bull Is left alone
the ring in the care of the peoas.
who are allowed to play the hba
only with one-handed passed,
never with two hands.
This is when the toreador of- d
fers the boll to the President, a
traditional tribute, asking "per-
mission to resort to the means." to
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angu, hJ witne able ph taotke a onapwhot -a mv u e to the jury. T
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DL l a In pting trablgf,
t=aguges and the Sockqr
ena In their amt nine-innin
ame tlOe ason. Them soke
ww at hatL At the end of
h lamain, neither team
had The nal score at the
end of tSh anith ISnnn wa 5 to
s. wa36 team won?
Usauy the answer la this: Tte
Iook wonm. or Itf the Bookes,
bad a&the "t' end of the Mors,
thp igrs, acoordling to umge,
would- not have continued after
pakig three runs.
But the mim-er is only par-
tially tight Thei lugger COULD
Also have won.
* Under what circus tancee?
Ponder It.

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*, g ase t ejathi p seeneo: the (r- to-t I s
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b* Sa*t d ne mot md Ito a dUble leMter. Now -
4.-aatamweight, mehwelht. ftherwelght, weU-
2. WK ~pUht..
Lead, bran, copper, tin.
S .: iased Ina Wakes, United Nations, United ;
Gabhftrtwa, UnAted Autanobile Workers.
C-jpr L Waonmn. Oar. EaveN Bughee, Wen-
"ds Den Aswheso
4 Aftta, .Aakea, British ChubMa, Manitoba. ppvve MtadtnJus deigan for
#..'r Tork Glafts, Caanld Indianm, s.8L Loula moment yea nam he afklf
rnoumaUee Reedie ..Jth Me e eopetm IMUae,
--. -- .as it IA labeled. *Te-amnwer Is
0 VAthis: the l uimeff lta the fact
SI nit that thought1it Iti Convned ma se
..e U q :j ~ wcw i v .ontainious ine, the d awting ap -
J .. Link tf ,p pen to aaoe a mnaler of aeps-
S,._.; u ,le Smet g m. rcta.n.l. Try drawn It.
*tJLT is the asaUmt amber that can be divided IURE IT O UT
W 8, 10 and 12 with a remainder of 6n T acta, If yo tun it
updde down, will he rex-
Sp unq l Ven aetly the name value?

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BORN IN HOF, BAVARA aQdopted in Germany by LL oL B4 U MEn.
Glen F. Marston of Oga, U ,L. twins Michael and ltadelnme acto m at
one year of age. Especially when there is a camera near. Their m atjn
a refugee camp. CoL Marton is. in the intelligence d t e 17

UNITS OF A FRENCH mobile troop make slow progress at they wade through muddy rite
paddy during operation against Viet-Minh troops north and east of Thai-Blit, .ndo-Cna

'JIEVY OF HAREM BEAUTIES looks on as Gloria C
1i Hollywood pool containing 23,000ggdllons of W
fit chlorophyll bath in film history cost $30,000.

es a bath i a movie scene
with vegetable dyes. The
mne lats jmist five mindts -

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grippl was the ,in .r .,etlaJB
cemly vnown as the a SreKu, *1'iin eaU- AMI .j
mated cut of about 7t c their prest- 'n t
strength. ,b,
Inrun would reduce e fti of-the bureu to t l t
that of a skeleton main ee crew. e
Rumor became reality When the GoveRnor' of
comniIred that notices of termination were g t
out. dr
-- o -- **te there.,
More unpleasant news ---to-local raters'' ce TlB bten, tled
when Gov. leybhold flatly refused to grant l u :tto'
oi ClO's Loial 900 oz an aM~sa-tnle-boprd lh, .ield i it5 U e- '
It was also made plainly.- c ,to the=' i fher Iu t. t .
thear desire to abolish the Carlob a -Wage 4i1 w =it g. e1ftR~
not, be fulfilled, and that the two delgnations, o anid bld. -
and U.S.-rate, would stand. Tne Governor, ibte reply, ovi, Otet eiN L
said there seemed to have been a marked delAne in not eet* to tiak VOry a' 1c 4
average wages throughout the Republi o .oat-nana 4ar-Aul R.daee i ,e t
in the past five years, while Canal Zone loodl raters of t tatlea hae of
have benefited from gradual across- -board raises, p,
up-gradings of jobs and withln-gra promotions.e t,
Said union officials: "While tner is some ray of partisan view% .tates
hope noted in the Governor's answer, Local 900 Nattms. Bi-patisan feeling of t
hastens to state Its disappointment with its philo- of the a rg ent has aseldomi
sophi; content." guab1e vauiatinms as e a
o -- to'heep can and Democri
Meanwhile, however, the CIO was promaIed by the ters of forei policy.
Canal to get all "possible assistance" in thl develop- Be tb as t mIt ay, th alti
ment of a hospitalization plan which would benefit the United Natons polloeaL co
local rate employes and their dependent& in meeting in discatsing anything' d lti
increased mealcal costs. exaet hhself to epy to ti
At a recent conference, they were also Informed that levelledb'y t.TM tied SAtes
their request for a three-day pay-schedule was grant- e way thing Joo, a
ed. Beginning early next month local-rate paydays i m1If.in as W.-
will be Tuesdays and Wednesdays. delega wi p
o -- laki of .oet gth io.
If all the legislation now before Congress which con- T tas whIhb
cerns the Canal Zone is passed, Isthmians would have Izat to-eauW WII
something to celebrate. .4greNMor lnA .Tona. stl t In
According to word. received from Washington all sure aid eto nvnlonke M S ana
government employes would benefit from a bli to
raise their .pay by L flat $600 a year. gBo fat as f k was ef
Another bit of legislation "would give postal. em- tlona ofthe 174Ite4.Wa
ployes an $800 raise. Policemen and firemen would I e=side the
benefit if a request for $10 allowance a year to jiply wp d not de l t,
them with uniforms goes through, and in addURohKoanfla a wa br" b;,
they would be allotted $25 extra for cleaning and re- uch as call .irls.
pairing the uniforms. Pr"day a blv rlboury vir
Old-time PanamA Canal construction men would of all but the lea in p w
stand to gain by a proposal for, Increased gratuity, aWd ralasd that d
a more liberal provision for their wive. rottion, and te
Un f a I r discrimination in emplovgment .) tae i
would be eradicated with a-new anti,.dltnatign A
bill. Sw
And if Congress votes to send a delegate from Wash. ,
ington to the House of Representatives, local labor of.
ficials of the Central Labor Union would Immediately tt
bring pressure to bear for the selection of a Cat ba ed reporters the
Zone delegate, who could greatly assist in promoting ecu a .
beneficial legislation for Zonlans. the a
I to m e w t ts mr.
The administration et President Jlei A. Rem"i vli ajlo: a0 l
took steps labt week to take ver the djstrefbtg repltloou theo
and maintenance of wat r service and t al th ea" arP t m
collection In PansmA Ci trMy the Canal Sae tree peMs of the
goeruent, which had een-lhandag then sie- thme iSms te of
vices under an agreement with the Panaia gev- The e6 11 rls and
einment. advet t. denet d
Notifeatibn was scheduled to given today for bu
that Panami cold take OeWr en JMiy 1. of a token 't inle OI
Panama government, spokesmen sad a number of into his fterin -l
Panamanians have been receiving praetica and No. It's oly the -frBw' san
theoretical experience vith the waterworks and gar- ed 8 -atg who have .E a v.ae
S base collection personnel for the past f:ve years and ed from fhe merry M r.uft.
are now fully-equipped to handle the administration . .. ..* .
of the two services. President Ike told bhweeijv
he would *be- witig VWAr mt K
The Canal Zone government will sell the water to time, provided Joe covt ia
PanamA at a rate low enough for a profit to be made. al sufficient to neBrit 24 e t
Profits will go toward financing the qarbapg coliec- produce more thia chatter.
tlon service and probably help towosds road repairs, Just what collotert would bq
the spokesmen said Tke did not say. but-hs M ecrpta
S-- o -- ter Dulles imnliedAthWt It Wful
Although the Canal Zone. Health Bureau declared of such a nature as Joe hia s o
that only one cpse has been "positively identified as of putting up.
Influenza," the Focial Security oUnlt reported Friday __.< --
that 631 eases of influenza in addition to other rea- At the week's Ard "bt eas Ifu
'" piratory ailments for t totpl of 850 had been nart of the world whh'aw o
treated in PanamA between Teb. 8 and 24. -- ference which is atlil hi e inu
Teherarn whwee pVWdget <
During the week at least three doctors of the Santo lin and Prime Mtleter.atfhil
TomAs Hospital medical staff were down with the flu. The u h~sh of Irta announce
number of PainamA City clinlr also were witht~t country Ivlefinitely. as ddcisic
their full staff of doctors for the same reason, r -d taken at the imninUtioh of Prej
the Santo Tomas dispeoinary was still flooded with radeth, who bhs thing$ pretty
S."o*s of influenza victims daly. late In those diaou4erd regions.
", e Zone health bureau admitted, however, that r n
*1 re has been a recent tIncrese in upper repiratory. Bt while aand
infections In the CanaI Zone,'" *0 tAorl .the
fe,. .-- o-- o s ftrfaOl M trpf Miky at1
'e~*res to enforce the proper usage of "Z" llmenae apparently refused. .iae th
plepts by Canal Zotneemnloyes living in Panama-con-. town by a weeping l g
trolled territory were adopted during the week byh iq t1'h cancelle his ei
P P mA traffic police authorities. V" ( ttaelkd by mob Looked
Traffic Deorrtment Chief_ 6Xdies Z lasun B P'- 1
pc""--zk would be made to,41mie *itcartaned, l S M
to Conrl Zov- empVoldf B- l- ".
owners themselves or their p enf.... fr a onal D r Praduct
Naua warned thatV 400
* their prtye are un!er
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A Cop of the fatmbus.one Police lay quietly pmondlbg his ear,
Enjoying the calb atnd bAfl pee h, to the t of ,
,' .'!U e(p sor destear
He snored a most resounding snore and a won -
The Zone that he knew In days of yore, was M
(chachu ft falr ed1 r 'd1
He strolled along Balboa Road, in tow of his Drea kde. .
While the orderly stream of t.riffe flowed, each .
o The chauffeurs all were circumspect and drov.wlth _- .
(the ubelmostar: s ;
No jitney driver would collect any more than his legal tare. I
At crossings everyone slowed down to a reasonable speed; -
For a man who used to know the tewa 'twa ,
(wOnderful, Indeed;
Pedestrians were never struck and accidents were rare,
No street car crowded a loaded truck and everyone was fair. '
Not a trace of the blitheome brinunming cup, not a .
citizenn wa stewed,
Not a gallant sold e boy lit up, not a goof with gift abued,
No clothes line robberies occurred nor miner depredatis .
And even l Boea never heard of faao ti ea.- M ro
Sald the Cop to his guide In soulful glee,-"It's all ane d aloe.,
And old Balboa seems to me a p olceiana par ." '
The guide just grinned a gruesome grin and remaU esd
(mid: "k&- mom:
"We never need policemen here, for everybody's Mood." tae
"We ditched the force some' time ago and saved that". eni ,l r
We d(muh expense; r
We turned them loose and watched temb to the a.' -
(renlm of the distant hence;I Taoihd he lsS
Though Chief Johannes stAll remains, te, moody and aleof, k r
His entire duty now pertains to i san on the roof. of
"Admiral Kley-.eperates caynees-on theBay.
And Tiny ftederleks fMis t plates a- a Ctainese cabaret, *
And Capp C oam s budd d tor abeaes in Or. .. "
And sme o the una chickens, o t~s .ideal .
(of New N f m
Now, while the Oep '" dreaming, through the l .. ji
(tb triple day, 1194,
The kids all pled out srea tlng, fre We s, chool '
(aMasn the aw;,
Attorney Robinsona dowstairs, began a hectic speech,
And the damaed old sire, unsaanes, ut lose Its .. ,1
(awful a e* j "-
Our sleeping Cop emse back to earth-he wake with a .t
That dream of Ms a at pet ered h.
Just then the "wagon" above in alght,--he were
And the Cop just smiled a radiant malls-for te
(dra w as alltb ak.
So he went to his eaht in the twilight di and th grief
(tsha he nen .med mO 6 utr ot
In the next hours revealed to him. how raWsy - a B
(dreams m true 4nR y lma
It started in with a tratflc messt there ears canw te dam W e
And on a busy corner, they all arranged to meet.
A jitney rammed a chiva and a touring car anoed e, ) .
Though they all were "barely moving-a *VI
When these offenders had been booked and the wrehkage- lM Mnt
A bunch of soused up sailors, in the offing next ap.isat .T a tae O
A lady from Balboa Flats with indignation thrbbed,
As she frantically told him that her elolsneQ.aM, d .X
She and a nelehbor woman/went riding n the ear
And the thief had cleaned the clothAdine of

Then a lad from La Boesa with a forty-ight Inch t,
De-lred police protection from the mail thatiw a.-bgedS
His weight was ninety-seven pDods, his height flu tiIen to,
So the Cop just waved his bhetty club and that

Well finally the eight bours passeai to the Cop's sor "" s
Again he sought his n atao tt a a.R
But before he stretched a
Which exctted m auh "
As the other coPs stoo,
Remembering his
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That he was beyond huahum,, A rBtaIg
of is prtrate padiete that
S eSvelnftime of war frequently tested his in-
40 oUbew l He was go ru to heart-
brN. Wmhn vVictory m am uMtns be
w : "Thn reflection .o my ibation., and
Stt of th army. predelm a- uneasy
So Vr. new pueonl know the Maecamut we
ate k mAon a tomad aeo fewer sll
n taw., if any dteoater pens to these
lties, fom what cause It flows."

T he atuntal obAleSs. be ednred afd eyen-
taF awnrea ntee hr mahua e wm. te tob"
seemalraIl thak" Aft U 40I00mon t.a s lstte-

fo s

.. . ..-.ua -', Mt .bo.o he cared the rgin hteti
MoI t the ft- torch.

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Kawt gaoat hal bxchrapr
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SFor three year runnIng,
the Balboa Tacht? Club has
held an annual. Beachomb-.
cra' B-awL
This yar's event, held re-
Scently A the Amenicaa 14-
g ion H set a record that
will be hard to rat .or
even equal.
Hilarity, clever costumes, a-
rigipal decorations, and wit-
ty featuAs kept the brawl
boiling from early Saturday
evening till late Sunday
Take the entrance. After you
deposited, your ticket, you
climbed flight of stairs, with
the top somewhat hidden in
palm frQnds. As you did so a
ship'srbel pealed.
At the top, you saw a slide.
And down you" went that
was the only way to enter the
dance! The bell was to warn
the assemblage that another
minimum dignity and u
confusloh. -
Just wandering around was,
f' un.
At one table a roast whole
3 pig had suffered a hungry on
slauht but still resembled- -
*Hawaiian. "feast. On another-,
table there were papaya trees
with fruit, and one had a palm
tree. *A whole cayuco filled
with fruit of Panama decorat-
ed the head of another table.
One group did without table
and used an 'inflated life raft.
A tug of war between big
groups of husky men ended
suddenly the first time on ac.
count of someone had tamper-
ed with the rope. On -the sece-
ond attempt, a genuine strug-
gle ensued amid grunts and
groans aplenty.
There was a grand march
unlike anything seen before, in
Panama. Prizes were gAen for '
the best costumes n ,to t the .
best tables. *
STake a look at these pictures
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