The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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h" 9. de hyd e bob.-big bM."er

wej^l Were- openly Ce4-
at br i efing. c
a me*-
Atm4i VH- joit irenergy
m an a nd.. Rep 1 5 1'
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what u Ia e eo 1 dq9fth sogree progress
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& That igtrm of

cd5 CIm ,Nebraska
4kgwubhhly qi zqro for a
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td be useuitie Misuse ofour
count .,. .
Rep. l Prio (D-1111.)&Al-
tso sraw4 te report. seag-
Sing." e ~sId it. wed t *the
United Sta*s still is ahuadIn the
Satomic- r with .. a .
P.e opp (n..hint as to

Ar erp Ol Y hitas

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i, t aled. hAe Sou ,' New

,been brushed off e eight turkey
tiriahbeleh t hanging on a1a4s
lamp from a 4165 victory Od
Aor, wa 100 old tiwee
AndIt .youd J d 1- oU ti
day of celebration n- what the
bhat Abte back roog Would
have, me't. tell gr. 1ha4 oft!
keen the men ou-fe tere fr
an, ea a 10r0 eanlthdis W

f ortoble, aL d -VU oInn
tury, following the wlaid
d own by old Johen Q AIof tes
lounddr. Mc6orley's saduiaUl-

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S" .ary Mitchell

ts ',March As 'Deadline

For Employrient Decline

WA* b
WAS OGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)
- LaW icetary James P.
I and former President
ITU" "V economicdvoe.a
dlialI.iay on the alUop
for It ase in unemplopmeot
i 11e told reporters
thablnar ployment will level o
and "perhaps" turn up by March
and tIM be "personally" is very
onimtte about the -ob Alt.-
ron. a od the spring tt. -i
year.C' ,
He agreed wtth'residei lw.
enhower, beowevol that the
eCOO&ting efrgency !H-
if employment fall to1
in March., .
ild he AW dcO
a "crucial montt"t I'
picture. :.
dme, Edwin ONou*t,
ofTrumnian's O CoUn-
oom c Avls tola
Congressional aOno-
I:tttee .tAer h no
gkoundse" 1 t, ing
till make an 0o-
I0 ery" in the net al
Wn= who let govermnent
becaa*0t a diare:mente ov
th; Mtnomic Co Sci's p e
role, .tlcied the B naenhowet
adm AitIon for terming the
repe economic dip "mere
n v trim q. He Oa8d
t em is ,mc mope fun.


IfrMee Weddasy that he
.,,* tR s ide f aergeney steps,
*affhig tax reuctionalo In-
Con"Wier purelsIng
0"e toHIbP do loot #at up
i said. Bd intra-
Mten had dec ldedo put off at
eMast until nexit eir a request
to Congress tarl the present
s-enatr federal minimum wage
and extend' coverage to several
million additional workers.
d the decision was based
on the technical problems In-
vdived in getting such legislation
pa d.
"turse tias one of three prom-
k eft economyts calle d in by
ut l .Jkoint Cguureslonal Econor
outlook." I-.
mOpei said s would be "sound
iA -t 1te t" aor the ad-
Mn lon i.b emp)asize i.n-
creasd pnUcsinagr powep rather
than encouras further roduc-
S MxwhiIe both Republica
aud Democratic congressmen
stood ready today to bwek Presa-
Ident lEsenolwer to the hilt If
he ever feels emergency mea-
sures are needed to prevent a
Mr, Eisenhower told his news
'Conference that if employment
Apes not Dick uo next month he
WlI consider taking a a ber
S correctis steps, in a.
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panlash Will be taught in
all grades of Canal Zonere ele-
mentary sIboolk beginning
with the 154-19S semester, Ut
was anaoneals today. Span-
lah is taught now from fourth
grade. and
Pupils hn5(glpla now at-
pnpded pred antlyr Pan-
aman]ah students an loal-
Vtoe emnmwltles), till reselv,
2tmntte rihinj S In h
In order, e tuy. to covrt
these a complete
Spanish'-language bau, re-
taiinng th teaching of nrg-
ti as a sumbJect In order that
Mpill n .Y become bl-l hguI.
he program of lares s
emphasias e Spanish is a o be-
gin n August e this year. '

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LONDON. Feb 19 (UP) The
Moscow radio announced today
.hat Ru.4ar, experts are serL-
nualy discusling passenger trar-
el into oute; space.
The astro navigation section
ot the ChlkaJov atro club ended
ift soptd 4 iniftlt bt. estabitan-
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)-Rep ,'/
bert (D.-La.) said last night he is satisil i.,
construction firm is innocent of any frao infl
with bidding on a Panama construction p ..
He formally requested a House Ansmej,- i
-committee on defense' contracts to
fense Department investigation of Its
part of the Panamanian whick redmny. I.A
Subcommittee Chairman William. Hess (R.1
agreed that further investigation is needed. He said
subcommittee should ask the Army engineers to conti
a current stop order on the contract "until this wi
thing is cleared up."

No actual construction has
been done yet on the $1,458,964
project for the construction of
an ordnance maintenance shop
.at Corozal, which was awarded
to the Framoraqo Co. of Panama
The stop-work order w as s-
ujf, ten daveys ao from Wash-
br= Subeoinmittee has been
it w heartlgs for two day to
-i-S m -nathe law hit A-

Held. He hUra home in.
Cumbres, a Panama City a
Testerdes. Frank Me
president tf the Morale l
said that Carter had.
preached him about
the PltmMnrg mbfle-
and o*ere d
the amount for wh I t
co I .flta tK 4 l
to aftihar'

,. ptep orted by tifr-n e.' "",. .. er.j., Le r sG-
atl arS S rea j W5 h dM" hft 0 ra w -.r Tuadcoa aaU W e viTrvlly of fr
Or. Lw orf bo th41rn ep rtes' ,i ot The lomus tone of the Mo;- that the nlt6d bid aeived am
at k C. 0.-but a c tt a 'i te nai Sir-su e on- e (- scretistvalid and opened a weei later *I wo* --

oslkLa C h te ta it fromher faths who ii P at l a were ty re t edly warned twat Rus heeat les ciInte to butd the daop yvn t nott ncmreneenfeI
rom Fer.a-nnch tecs1" o Ifand re- Jmateo i men n h eutJacksti llepa.,

verytSiaghtsaa nt o f, th stofls to eIE*e goe ld wthe A s lot e o do asres r1 Wh=sih fr Twe Da s S
Co See ,le ar shed r.ns I t. .oSe ,., olice who s ets re that D em, of 0 Cp -o"n su b eolaWtoestoe, Croktr .wo drt ha
aisJu.mnr e .PALA. Ta, Co.. eb.. (a- ino Itfadormean iiiwere ta- try a.gam tiIt o Id. wThat last aeW i at l t Rsi. the t i n t n we l .n:-n

l5 floenriaeer @ldi A of{ The soriIn-' itomeo and Jfe wa r i t Ph.a t, 1 *r As too be eat ye
o lwte wld db oe ew lt ~ss 33 TfnlS Dus t e l an e IMn a jer Jo ns Coaenel a f ta
Polkfff..- Dod tte e as f td. cor. a.v e lue Her- tomorrow lethe- o c ap tu, ort a-nlIrZo
ouflis tet w on ee isibilityer ._ brgan. bu oid o c t m 10teomr
dl.d n a F u 1 lot- t le o h cogne gatiatorhttinrel p endo te day o n WASHINGTON, Feb. to. (UP)- marit al.o o n charged of informsg t nchw tadl

n.. i i %iss a w ftrd T y at and a f l| ide at"ht-seein Two Mrripe officteri s who ave on fellow American pri ers to .

out h Il*ge1 con swa at compani- 10 rob- a$a before rain o th^ captors fa se gain favors from be Communwot thi g A- ma
i t 1 Balboa. bey. th e evening, coea o rm warfare stood asptor, the Army announced yes. os
has c o .d c1 o:w. ..d sW der to Ader today to d- terday. i tohave'rh d
fend their reaction of the te The Army charged that cken N

l ltto 'B r f 1^ 'em;o code. o aused "ee other hr l'"n Dan W
OR Dho s g e rfItP th e t h e iH H ub e m phrel y (D entl t wm d vnrsooed th e ofawar- de in e at se t ang d hai' om og

hecI og cretqc..e Srd1 slofsMexicoii Wthea stmsent ritiP o fd r time t r.s.t h nw 1: a in C ante w a o conyatc tsa t h a ahe
voAua fro 'a IL economy ic adj s- re seth o pe arAm a h ta Ie t hi m un til

th T c n l e Col. Frank H. Shhwable. revealed "suhecient evidence" to duis lo, wa-t h l 11 t t
w barteGibt T@e I wove et a 10 i tww. Marti t wetyerL were warrant a eael syartal gadist hfter ntagnt fae hT
t sot ow and toured in North tain youth who originally chose to months ,
Td ap clasadbeor w p e rea July 1 mtay with thso me w Communtets and Porce ils

cruel ce mdaltti f hed during cap- then changed hmio mind. serieyof
AN t .*-6, tivhge bto tasteo "wy 0, lat e, ber. t e isntr uthy t. he h eaed bie n ofer te Mrag s r'

__a _fI__a le tie ceh- Army ofptewe l' fendned wnt rtaicinent re s."unia toru" a"ndu didn "como accpt$e2b0nformt In f Uv er s i n

4 'eN le ~ her at fr1 t a d her and ameone eudiated after n eeir repatriation der to receive favorable treat-
ar 'ni ot n 'l iutTlrUeSa ilubb'nl ,4Ary parka over her C a t pai. ment."t
H n Iyou .: nmm rgThegcorsoinlri,

sac Ounliermo jielO. 5 lhas a wists of. ou il HS lenot a a Fttle trbe .2 0Hd m ana amedo He ,_ wa. cccrdn d of ao -ot--
aied en w a e- a.. to e to th.e ri he Hia collaborat.g with RIO D .

h.crf. c"-ader 0 l. piE S goIg .!d oht nm iie .jt Schwablbtor e ene y. lawfully aohd without (Ue. PP)- B | BB.wIr
liel it tabsl t ealie aeli.. ,- ".. e.S ,"la 5.22 ....I.,. B ala .hleyy sue ar

td ."i$ .A ..hhar. tho. f to take her pmo neu t styoSe whork o iw on cha e u o otbwiv he ant .M ..y H
in o own n He i disae n cp ride to viqlt eana-t t lot wtcwa- imto t m

S'iiaB.' .' Fe i sir ta s, .e.- .-"T act l a. .i ."alpaorseta t hI thaf hy aes oee asWak- es di ateo e

wh 'l, ;otilea Cleti l HmioI-S. t I tow- esIMWentivreitrs ad en te i r Itan der te c fe o reint- T *"les.
has rreceive a d ,edDhNeeth ..Da inther-.9U )-ei
By Lonhesslonaolighta'dIlieco..n letimea.nd .mon ey.

Sdbin me Plc si h. e thl efasewalt rS MpllY tqhAlln tl Ole.. pe0- p It n t
F urr lost-ithast.lvs iAthe cunter to l s p ay. oO F e P- mc ed of

d a tsideehtW..nPTwoaYoficpred tion tp fer u t lt to twe Amqeury, proarl, t o. e
atreco_'. Ig ob- ..-r.y---a'- -,Aes o zI caphd rs =i 5 iorir h i Caommnis"
f eberov. thewas rtbhe eveMit vdeningl 4b our w ftare s ar li c s he Army aee

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L mWASHINGrfON- .A)..'by.
one getting U. S. Savings Bonds
bearing the signature of "Johb -W,
Snyder" as Secretary of the Treas- .
7 t ury, it should be eu4auaI
Te Mnhl l l. e nm .,erumr vWT roadums of The Pea sm Am-.r they're still ooCd, even thouh u at .
S ..w ,, sa y h alandld iaa w] t..'. official has een out of *ofee .for"
SL6r ar mana rsolvedte end aret ne l h t lly oni- more than a yru. What h apee O o
If A eeeM~h~ t wo u dpat met. Ms op whot~t I itn t chapge, takes cappaasihegwas that the departing Demacrats, ctae'l -tey mriai,
no nNMIe laten don't t a le It do nt b T in one of the n te t political Mal
. da. re b Swan b~ htd he lanes Mm m edH as p ge le sn th, them some 80 ton pieces -
Sd weeu hld in M lmdepdent, es bond paper,w printed up
4a0s6um e upeaibt' 0o. sateme as opi9e6m Secretary Snyder's signature.
I feesses. To have destroye hee lguds
S. a -,- would have been wasteful. Tr R.
-i h nepubliean Secretary of the Trei T m r aa
A WORD aO THANKS George M. Humphrey had to sseu
an order validating the Snyder ru e u l
r: bonds for continued sale. But See. le et
This world is a wonderful place to live In, even though at retary Humphrey bad bega in f. ,
ea there la a doUbt in our minds. fithe only threeau of n da hi
Sg do bt 1 gne and I would lie to express T ll rr aAd p -A t
tton andt U t the fast, thorough Ano courteo attcintlon graving to work oe bonds bearing i
.which ws l on to my daughter a few nghts ago b the doctors are in circulgnatiore. Mny the now.
t aR theong e who later were calledinto t at Oorgar nIT *c lJuo n.a
: ving heard froi numerous sources, and having experiencedCrdeotota
e of ti e general lackadaisical attitude of the personnel of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra
InstitutiA I was of a very doubtful apind about even going Taft Benson, illustrate the im- .
S rnouah the nt doors. ie a et A a white,
o, let me say to those who also have the.sname doubts p I ponce of water i o west ern
Place your ath in God and man and your returns will be elf comes told twhich tor to a ram went d co
Pl aself conea told this lk ry to a in went In d oota
ntiful. *Columbus, keb., audience the oth-tw
S-.s].;. ^A Thankful Father er day;
"A thirsty travel, assin this ora
way early in thfatoIry o No-- a1 ea
.0D $ FOIL PHY1111OTHE19RAPTbraska, saw a house and went overrthis Amel
to get water. The house was de- d1 l t's m not assume 11 1Mrt a n-.
r: serte4.,But there wqsa well. neDr. -istnl Svcarry we ear se,
by with a bucket ..d wndldss. 62ea33ils tal evar. Give ou t e
wifh to Show my appreciation in what is being done in the The traveler let dok the bucket. usu l trea
oat e 0r Hospital, Ijp the Phys.otherapy Department. He brought it up em e tried '_______e n
oken bodies and discouraged minda who enter again-same result. adn he *n.. .h dmio
gde-ul Aepartment. Mrs. Kopf, who is in charge, takes ticed a sign or the house. It ad d
In h,-e. erful care with her kind smile and gentle, but 'This Clain for' Sale. Tour morqe ni to puoM tite Ia f
.fln'la- )AMt like magic makes you feel like you miles to the nearest neighbor. ev- ,, lianth an 5Ni atal. b'a h
to be l nd e. She acts like you are all there Is no en miles to the nearest, soh pol- In C n oc ats
ahi l bluatefihn and then you lie on that table and house. Fourteen miles to the nar- DELiAIE aAY NO
Qd tia &ri such a fine department. est town. Two hundred feet'down .aD RAT8 SN-
n th fi's that wonderful Judy, who Is always around to to the nearest water. God bless .y "
ll ev ry way possible. That is a tear4 worth while. I'd our home.' y.., The kicekback charged aualt
thintkwsw they would ever loas either one of them. They are The.. o hle coursblettw we.d" a" Illry
t r weight in gold. TICKS AND CHIGGERS iThe miltar W.tuation in Wochina evident'Uy but steadily, th balance see t coursed nna eranaryd1 th 4 A
I am sure there are many of us who are grateful to have Is slowly doterorating for the Frec Washing ainst the Tne. ey ne Gener I McGrane, t n
two Wthd ful people. "Supreme Court Justice William ton is awarp that some new, hard decisilne wsyt tethat they would like a truce. The going at$ene nordt-
I v leVt's gve them credit for all they do for us. Thank 0. Douglas has turned up as one soon have to be made It the territory to be W have tosed out the hope they m it get p;rosd a letter hl,1,11
of the pr;pcipal opponents to plans kept out of Communist hands. One. t a truce in Indothina would not be like himse' f siged.
A Ve Grateful Patient for building a memorial highway, There is rpirr ligh reason to doubt that re- 08..kKorea. Sice ton repLs
from Washington to Cu lan, cent Vietinli be adanes In Laos are d e tore Eiu we as to
d., along the route of geed to imuresw Webtern dlomats meeting Zq lOogle firm battle line aaros Indochina ex- rated and Atibrney Con
ashington's oI.d Ohio Canl Russian foreign minister Molotov in Berlif but lo ioplotch, n6t all'Jilloed toget ir, reoprei. ell took over ,
Anw which follows thq Potomac River. the unhappy fact is, the French are not able to pen;t R-held Within thelse are islonda of possible to a t
V I mStr to Previous uzzle Opposition to this project comes Prevent these emrnstratlons Of mobility. resist like the embattled Hanoi pert. ter wa de yed. nb d'colne
V. : t io dHomesr a peopB e who rwantto keep the And this despite America's contribution ol m ad Red tverelt&a Most organized ReL ae e .W
_tea an undeveloped cout for nearly two &birds of the present cost of the war, stren is In the north. but there Is one bigtr'teal ViMya '0
hikers and campers. ey thaka not to mention other efforts to Improv the h along the e os. ne, until Mar O. .
AwiS. 3 Clamp roadm would spoil it o promote French military position. Western Mleader fear that any true would A hthd1 kW e across
4 Deoee thi idea' Justice Douglas has of- Close obe ver. both in France and Indochina leave the tA V too strong a positon, both his desk a rod 6mmendatin Keating, w to
n 5Mm e lace feared to, lead a hiking expedition say the 'reancl at home asdhe th onoh soldlery millrilly an p1 Io fI r tre stit.. -la e
tper' )puner over the 100-mile trail. in the field are terribly tlrb o thli eight-year- It, might ll dIferent f a in li ne e istaed -sman
,7 Niambr There'saold war. Thy want it to p=, and the Wet iapuR naus,,-wI,, ha 0Kd1A t -o 0e m ight ed enulCIdpA, rbaltd
4 6s h His hmis 1e catch in this offer, Moreover, all energy expended to the purple organized dr ngpro-French leader. But have O.K.'d tha-r f ommedatien, struck ans killed at
Crime& however. Justice Douglas Insists so far has not produced a native Vietnamese ar- such Is not, s ine t was atmenfainl- l
rsaties 9olo Pte t it ea made earet in the my. to which the pen I could entrust the lde f GowI l. lopati teert nare with the scene,
h10 Ptc rt a rsustue f of Indochin 11a12or ,&VI noffiet and.rm
hl naome is.aa o t go, it eofa bl.
a t oa ncy 'a llie s O r th0
bicycle o Seeded time SEKOn the other side, the Vletminh forces ar rat- almost cerialy the rtlcipation of Amerian
ta ee Portions of 35 Greater 48 City In RARE STEAK DINNER ed a better army than ever before in the long man-power in e lndoc a wat on any subetan-t thul o, yarsn a en 4-
.. ""2 .. *dude. RfARE an D INNksteaRs, edt"r11ise"tns, ayearshr_ _

medluine 40 Church Cliforna 'Aelr contest. ottial scal id be dim ed as a political impos- as chief. A ut wire
Wii er14&ent 24n Ut i I!1 50 id l i vid- oi gtnallv-ua tll a l Itvath 11e"
th3adeienth thrahol Y pldatedb te served to cehoe aurganad ara ru at Alosivh adpoiblatof tan-Jigsaeoa
est rlblydt8Chrhn-hhtd l ne st .phos int mtsHeMOm
.-bwteeha. 5hinN. combat aBn.N Tti licastl the Frlch-e e. oea
iso5 ov,~r0.deaeahUanatves for the de- barrs him a n ne u ip tr
2S ndngt estat ofrel Soh blett file d tueed tovetro
1 Daknta. The tags enabled the dinwdependent attdrlley of his low a-r
UAW .,: -F; Pl.a.ts tO decade which the o leoftherdIkedQ ofs.-'* rwd
: LT gm f4kt.olyd poseuterothe.W 4 Mc pu rsposeot frethee rrofe
Srr. aseo2 frm the free foof d was tomIve 4ttns

la g c yLU INGiTEbUrn law ns d uf stde rd e r
oaa ,n'c tto p0ut over the Idea that U. o, Inteestng auWUjtuop

to 5DroonhydU ro but threa n midsoen ohel wasahi mO e
g wronA wth our parks thai t e
.endeReOny bdgThet atoSOne them was the 46drg der aber said the was a den

Dakota.alTyoatas blndeedetatrey o f dW#-.
A.J all ,ri th e fIeeCaboowt Lodge, -'D .
r., laAd o.ltA Ameriean mission was a ntat.-
Is"to thoeri Nations, has made Tisatr y. Wluams, Iura 's at- 1

twps of pn to the U Thoso rhAt..o streeea.
.M -- are reptedIy Los Angeles Dal. h w___ t_, o .peolz-won. er s whenthrho__e_____'"."_'.
lasl Houston a nd Chicago. Arnbas- "____ lionwter_.qi etro m---E G ""

t'evea eonoof thees appear- "'

bilnmac tic leading oppoenenton s rof

U. arm forMes, it Is the Army
that l g the pa:ade agailast
'ise ia. The Pentagon re-
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year's Red Cross drive will kick tune ralledf "Gee" is done well by
off at Jefferson Junior High, the June Hutton (Capitol) and some-
ifistitute of lower learning where body named Somethini' Smith (Ep-
Robinson Peepers (Wally Cox,) lec- ic); David Rose (MGM) has an
ures on butterflies, frogs and oddity in "Migraine Melody;" El-
undries. la Fitzgerald's "Melanchply Me"
President Dwight Eisenhower (Decca) and Chris Connor's "Gim-
'will deliver a brief talk to open Ime Gimme Gimme" (Bethlehem)
the Red Cross campaign, and the are good listening.
IPeepers script will be written,
around the President's appear- Jazz-the real stuff shows up
'ance. For one week only, GOP on five new albums from Norman
S will mean Gang Of Peepers. Granz' fine Clef outfit. They spot-
light five jazz greats-Dizzy Gilles-
During a two-week visit to the pie, Stan Getz, Count Basie, Benny
,Sahara Hotel In Las Vegas. Art Carter and Oscar Peterson. Peter-
inkletter's "People Are Funny" son sings on his, Gillespie blows
aCBS-Radlo show will be retitled, his horn .with a string background,
appropriately, "Milllonarles Are and Basic uses his sextet. MGM
oFunny." joins the jazz parade with "Dixie-
What's funny about millionaires, land vs. Birdland," a battle of hot
'Their Income tax returns and cool jazz.with groups led by
I Bobby Byrne and Kai Winding.
If you see Patti Page's mother
land father back in Tulsa, Okla., Soaring out of musical obscurity
Tell them not to worry about their comes a piece called "The Plan-
little girl. She's OK. ets," on a dazzling Westminster
It seems this being famous rou- recording. Classical fans will ask.
Ytine isn't all it's cracked up to be. "Where has this been all my life"
It starts rumors. And rumors Almost unknown here,i t was writ-
sometimes worry parents. Like ten by Gustav Hoist in England
P.atti's, during World War I. This perform-
"According to rumors," says ance is by the London Philharmon-
'"Patti, "I'm always getting ma'. ic under Sir Adrian Botlt. "The
ried. Once there was even a story Planets" is a new star -in the mu-
it the paper listing the guests at sical sky.
my wedding. Another told a long
tale about how my groom had been Here for a few days, Sheldon
In an accident on the way to the Reynolds,' who produces "Foreign
church and had to walk down the Intrigue" in Europe, tells about a
aisle on crutches. U. S. film company operating
"Well, you know how parents there. The casting director, caught
are. No matter how often I tell taking kickbacks from actors he
them that I'll let them know when hired, was arrested and deported.
I get married, they still get upset I And that, says Shellie Reynolds, is
at these stories. And then their how the U. S. gets a bad name
friends will come around and say, in Europe. It takes a lot of Mar.
'That little girl of yours must be shall Plan dollars to counteract
pretty wild.' something like that.
.-... So tell Pattis folks that she isn't
S wild, she isn't married and she's W L ad
lost 25 pounds, too. Se looks bet.Mao Warns Leaders
ter than ever, which is pretty
good. because she looked fine to la'
start with.
Patti has one protection against
too much fame. People don't rec- | *.TLI. A--r
SI ognize her on the street. She wears
S glasses and has since she was
S two-so she can walk around town Y, Fb p
freely. That way, she's never mak- TOKYO, Feb. i9 iU.)-Com-
ang a spectacle of herself. munist leader Mao e Turn
warned top party learo's at.
Concert tours aren't always in Peiping this month agalntf "Be-
the grand manner. On his last rla's" within their own ranks,
tour, the bass-baritone from the Peiping Radio
"- Met and TV, Jerome Hines, had Mao's warning was in a re-
to hitch:'lke into Newark, Del., to port to the second-. postwar
make a train coppection. plenary conference of. the Chi-
..ine-e. Communist Party's power-
THE RECORD SHOP: Patti ful central committee held in
Page (Mercury) has a solid hit 'he Red Chinese capital Feb
S-.. 1-10. ,

*'. I --, ...,. '" ~did not att d the con-
irrAan ll Iamday." Lt S'ao-Chi vet-
Sgeran Red leader and chairman
o ,ifS the Slno-Soviet Friendship
Association, read Mao's message,
11 "Cldna's revolutionary work
ont s nd ough. angle, Iap has not been finally completed
Seho ad that hardly as yet," Maos message said.
rimthas ..9 lsee---don't Net,&another "Enemies of the people have not
i 1 eBronc .ti orAl i lt been completely eliminated in
mKnlfcne, recently dVelsped by & the country. Outside, we are
s olemtiflo American Ila tory. works still surrounded by imperialism.
thtqMtsh the blood. thusreachingl'your
nd bronchialtube. That's Why "Foreignr imperialism will not
s4m ead works so fast to lielp you three
*Sy. 1. Helps nature disolve and re- sit and- wait. One of the most
: .f th ick tranghing mucus. 2. Pro- important methods by which m-
Not free easy oresthinj and sound
tI00M you soon feel O.- S. Quiok)y perialats ago anti-revolutionary
allevfitea coulbing wheeling, onees- elements will strive to" d roy
hM. Get Mnase from your druggist us s to destroy our party unity.
p toni. See how much better you may e must find out their repre-
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ACADEMIC QUESTIONS Delphia; AtgebliekU)aia ph
schooll teacher, confers with her attoyuey,; l tavid a-er. :81
appeare- before the House un-Aftierigan Activities Cmmtztt
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HIBERAS" ...........................March 5
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IB. ,tteir .aof by the hostesses.
Ark at v -dW.- Those attending included
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hit stay is the Chambers, Mrs. Clara Chamn
Bishop and Mrs. Mrs. Kay Daniels, Mrs. L
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bS Carlbbean Stamp Club will
hod a swap meeting on Monday
at 7:30 p.m. in the library of the
jw.B o6La Beea Road.
SA intereste lts are invited
to atnd. .
T4Of Garde. Tomorrow
Canal Zone Experiment
ens, will begin its conducted
6 the grounds Saturday
ng at 9:00 nd will be on-
on aIteke Saturday
g roy$Mt the dry'- a-

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Frfty, February 25, at 7:10 pm.
at the civic Center Building. At-
tractive door and table prize will
be given. Those wishing to buy
tickets may contact Mr. J. R.
Campbell, 6-924.

oe ibtemers of the No at-
d oin.eet of the Balboa Wom-
Club lated for the year
1954 are reqUested to meet at the
JWB library. eq Wednesday at
8:00 a.m.
This meeting will precede the
regular meeting of the Exetutive
Beard of the Woman's Club sched-
uled to meet at 9:0b0 LaN.
Hamadas Grotto Meets MigMt
Hamadan Grotoo will bold its
regular monthly business meeting
Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Win
Memorial Lodge Hall 806 Balboa
Road. Members are asked to" be
anlh Classes
a 'Womqa's Club
Members of the -Balboa Wo-
maons Club who are interested in
attending classes in Spanish are
asked to telephone Mrs. Elden W.
Coffet, 4-M4. -
Bridge Tournament
The regular weekly bridge tour-
nament will be played Monday
evening at 7:00 p.m. in the Card
oeem of the Hotel Tivoli. Thosq
interested are invited to attend
and play. '

Railroad Financier

Says Monopoisls

Undercut President
Railroad financier Robert R.
Yong said today he believes
President Zisenower' stand
against monopoly is being "under-
cut" by advisers who "favor the
associations they left behind.
Young *old a news conference
be has ben "greatly heartened by
same of the te s taken" by the
Eisenhower adnadstratlon.
eut be added that te Securities
sad change Calmussion's pro-
ato tTlteve certain public
of the reqi*ement that
th el their secufldei by comn-
ive bidding Is "'most disheart-
"aSomewhere in the admialstra-
*us, the word has come downs
met from Eisenhower-to change
tis rule," he said.
ge refused to mame the source
aBse I have enough eneaies
Young, who now fisG in g for
beard chair tf tik New
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sort to a lt railroad
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wi' amCanal' Natural History Society
or- wtbe held Wednesday at 'the
each Gogas Institute, Panama City.
'ro- The guest speaker will be Ieu-
. tenant Dn E. Sh of Portland,
SOngon, who at present ia I e.
., t at the Juaae Warfare rain
ia la Center atatBttea MencK ie;
t- ot o Sherpas.. H wi h bow the
movie "Land and Live in the JA"
gle," made by the U. S. Ab. FoAre
I and starrth Van JohnAgon., It.
ma, Sharp wfllbe the commentator
Wo for the film. .
S This raa,. Which has been
New arrane 'InbophliWtion with the
Y Information Seption, Headquar-
OWE tr, U. I y Ceribbean, will
-be ft 1. t-afo all'embee of
the Society.
,the MembeR my bring prospec.
Mary tive members as.gsts.
CarnavaRto At UO4.JWB
To commemorate' the fortheom-
erine ing Carnival, the Carnival Dance
ber. Class group of the USO-JWB Arm-
tiura ed Forces Service Center will
Mrs. hc .i a Carnavalito at the USO.
rbara i. k,, r-.iredav at 8:00 p.m.
usen, The dancing will be under the
Hedy ...a ot captain Luis Tovar
Mrs. o0 Panams.
ude Thoe having polleras, montu-
elqy, nas'comontuaos are requested to
O,-, :personnel, their fami-
lies- an the puble of the Canal
Zone. a of the Republic of Pa-
nama are invited to attend.
Ball Fort Balba Lionss saturday
Th" e Balboa Lions Club will be
boats for a b.ll on Saturday night
at the American- Legion Club,
FoWt .mador .at which time a
queet will he elected. Guests at.
t.adng the, ball will include dels-
gates attending the local Panama
regional convention of Lions In-
I V-S f.

Students, age 5 to 7, will play
the part of flowers ducks, birds
rabbits and other animals, Red
Ridlng -Hood and the wolf.
The program will feature bal-
let solons, charseter daa.ces
and as interpretation of ?jsek
Weber's- "Invitation to. the
Waits' by older studruts of th
Ticket will go on sale bgrtly
at 75 cents for adults, 50. cents

the t,~- be
at for Lat Club to

ntertg ment wil get under-
way at 7 p.m. with music by
Victor Boai and his orhes'ra,
and will nelude tames, refresh-
ments and dancing.

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Finals Of Club 15
Carnival Queen

Contest Tonight

Ordnance Club 15's Carnival
rueen will be selected tonight at
t he final, count o1 votes to be
held il the Elks Club with th-.
Mile Pere orchestra to provide
music for dancing".
The1 lerdii contestants Is Va-
lentana Withola, who will jo In-
to the. 'a. id ohg of ete with
a t. U.,,Dom ,to d-.
AnOP a.d.dtithond i the
contest with 406 votes, follow-
ed by Mrva Wood with ,667
votes; tIrla HusoI. S.66'7; Elena
McClean, 3,093; Dorlis Payne, S..-
917 and Julieta Harper, 2,340
The winner will be crowned Wt
a coroation and atage show to'
be held at the Encanto Theater I
next weeo.



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Sa iDavl B. Reetdit.
Raon 6 olombias, t e Ve .
Lemael B. Shirley, Arehdeceon
,r* Ps&aama, Rev C.- Wallace
0aye, Nolai G. Akers and 1d-
wiA a. Webwter.
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Ing.lergyand lay 4 delgat
trom the Republlcs of Panamsa,
Coi _ttLa. Colombia, Nisaragua.
and danal zone will. f
oart. -
Special committees appointed
for the .conoation are as fol-
lows: hospitaty Mrs. Oliver C.
Culp, general chairman; exhib-
its, ROWnHyes; On the BDihop'
ddres4 Res. WM. W. Baldw n,
Edwin C, Webster and F. MI. Har-
rt on; dispatch of business, the.
Very Tev. M, Richard MacDon-
aid. Rev. HaVes and Rev. Char.
2 DavtI; publicity, Rev. Milton
A. Cook apn.

Heurtenaffe Dance

School To Stage

BaeAt C(HS
A complete fairy tale ballet
will be presented on March 13 at
Lhe Cristobal High School audl-
torium by the Colon branch ui
*he Gladys Heurtematte' Shool
of Ballet.
The ballet will be- printed
under the auspices of e Veter-
ans ofr frelgn Wars a a bene-
fit veptufe tor the Cancer Fund
and -the Old People's home at
Puerto PUlon.-

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able ust a te25cycle reriger- ',;a 9 M WA N A.u ~. y l .i meE. ru me IIO D J Foeb. 9 i as -~1 .
alors Ibrand newly -- special terrn, ,FO SALE--Cheifroet, runs liken e;; ,Ifyour n children are not of cee.tF C b Sqm "M. N LI ISJS. Wh.-,-.-. ,, .

8 0l0- attn i d n dn-'d NtIr GeEO.F.lNOVEY,-INC. t rs a sh W'ilaccept m iJ ll.1u3.-
$II.00.dowa. a ny .i0-rehd v ii so

S d o own $0.0 mnth -i plar ser ver d un'L. ewis FOR SALE h m.. and gve them Le~n Wnspecial carR. Foo wlu d fi S i i' ,f

a.rg ar ta00, hina Cnomto anl n. en M hne 3turn70 .r l td *f. HOa ol i ra a t.. ub Wnsbid n of tl
,% so a'rton. Central 223 InexttoD 1 ,-- ll p .nllo .F0. ... T rdo S n.t. telpl hIo 2 1h l l IL :-hie-.S p.l I BOsYedLInl '.W ile n.. I
, i. -- 25 cycle refrigeraorI ul Custom Seat CovLers to match TE ION I .l aD IChiiae-

OI W iSAn oe ,- ttcs c o the GT l ace l e F s. Oeof t oe- 0 .We hove the solulihtq toatoral .Ri.. te ld e ti.
-__ __ ___ __ ___ __ 5Iit.AWot>d o t Gejoin the adfoal lispaeatMar-

ZPa S.AL: nt .__O T. .I SALE:-By 1 Emb F adoa dot-r b m Aw 'IMP) S =5= M'maskin hi oi edr r rmtntm faI
S Houe 2530s Coe ci oi. days specials for only 900.00. bea uty needs. Caorme sinad consultOR I RENT: re-Funlshed l e k .l i llLh l
- -" TouRed 2Tt 0 C R. K F -COLPAN M OTORSou' 'ea r te bequticians for a Jiat .kia bedroom. prlorl-diningda .l! two F O. Mr o mnde r I5 M i uD._
S U SH T K Tels 2- 1033 -i103 yoU eall -122. Diablo tClub hen patior cor 'W 2 F. claaor 1U tOhYt i a hr rt .
e-T P R ...... .uty.. S OLSeAiN 0 bi 0 "hy fShop Pre2 c0.b n 10 he f li n dm "fo e W(dht4f R9htm ond
NTOM P R ICS- O Tel -- -- ---- -. rand w o41,nea" ,'s rmCOW ,TO)la. 3. -1, ... mhl Secretly I ATp L wi hi is top !r -. -4l a vt. tbb
S I n R letl FOR SALE~m th~.~7.5. th G o fl-~-I act.o na1 0alk rtr $ 82 Ar ..I, I w 1 ... h o e .. F rIillo mM o'
reconditioned and reuphol .iterea p ini arT.. overdrive. mh fdidelas who cl'it d coo okiI -o.i I 0.O

In go o .r+.H-d.o m ,ou o>-for Pode,.ond boy r^i^ T*. 2.. .i'6l M..-.C ., I ..... + i |
$11 .. .... .0, rchiera31 IO o e aen. L e Tyo Ab o 4i9.00.u n aan FOR R 'ENT eauidfur acen-- L Bn D a g d o ntt lar n ec o
SALE:s 55re dCon e e-g4.... horters th -tICE t buL' Ore, .A.:, entrr J-e ur r m
Schars $39 00 China C$O0 et rBalboay 2-1744. mhst SAr F tEyt- n a1t. o. e-oamic pl cicd' r mNtatii iA -
panlete $ $25.066 Ch .id 5 W da1 ib. capcit:.b ,l pneG.o-:. Sndls.Ceadb e.enu n d gthen --lao a-IO- sthemfrm... toNWartnl.ter, .

i..t OR SAL E --irbes l .Orgveryt. 1 951.Si o d eiao r F- d T Sed. ". rhp dav FO d Sa B ie r s oiono'i. tal. 70l "- -'-r-l- --- e ..,t... all < iiT- nf l. llUo WIie imV -i I

" -, Oc r $3 0.0P c -.d--- p 9e8-0ase F r L a t A over FcO R Embs e r ed fihe T alo-hn ae IIbewdi 1 n u. .-1 II o, 1l0.3t., .. .. ,a II

B C 6O r-1 Childs- Uh oel s bd c teryt arh 195 hour of200 V P. M. M. Ag )g. r e e. 60st met s. of gaj 1`00M. for kirc .v b
$25.00. Dro1 F E iprar r COLPAN MOTORS ate 15L and Pstal"N 6Bitr ral *d 6. m-lba60.t4 De ni to Warde atS-
0. DEEV FR EZ Capacity:1 'W ed^^ ^ ^ 'bins,^ 1* nStMS~i y Guar-^ 1^ Con We. sun g the

ally new a real brg in s- Tiels. 2-1033 2-1035 2-1036 ate. Putpo 3 ,omh M lds o'i wt: -ituoCltir E laCdo :r31jo. Cor. X Gn Ci ro tilU Ta MBOQ
La e r ,t5 mdtera "6 F L C n n : t t epi 2 r613. o n uen/ S1rn ey -t -t -W tS v & r' t r*
'Ura O .. o h o n a T a t tr a blbAact bute b uAeru. t.tc0A'ecvibns. "
Your ....t ..o.... ,..... -c. F Oc aALEO,51 o ., r.d aond r !- d o. 1in b r- gabs Le IN 4 i q .

'ista o1. Tel. '-9 ------ ------ -d- Tle*hn- 1 to ee L r M -
FOR SALE:-Cac dat refrigerator ne Lnon od din. Luxury o es with TAst icR RENe and i d up rt of demands o
Sblsn b, s oae dutr M rk I N9- p P omao18 to 88
rolor 5- H P. 25 c t 20.00, from any. nl e. Glistening Forest iinlS C r sc ls .-r e u la t l I g s
"a goor dertmel 2 Grele F sh.o Radiow t hol dn Fh du eood t bla gies yn Ph0* 1 h 9an sp Ih RENTihi.:l n 1e Tq EI ra. .t- t IA I -ie A -' ..l
FOR SALE -Cne large plf Pa.A M OTR ocd- oWS T t Fdul one1 d ark bay rie Tel. 2-1 t .6, Mr/ Cewaj per

Pa1EJ-4.go e~inv r~a Poiea oGc e WO S TN es O T at taie Ter inals onlio madte a q psi ng 2 t6 h.
C ir c m c $10.00 3 chest of plas.ti 2-cI 2- 5 ve r1035 2-103 rCahsot, the teln atbek 1aolo i i b. F R rch. .No. r nd Tbhu i ,W Il d .en re z .4

:---" Qla -" -urn ishedit'uegfr ^ .. "n 'Io b bhi,. WNTu fosr apporitment 6. T el 3A82ff In|'--l ta--" OIlTS Trad.Seot g FW.A
drawers $5.00 at c; b d with mat- best buy in town. $. l .1.200.00. Tleho el .1. 2. edr "-":-- -r I I 110- A,
ply from o n.--n, p h$3.. Calie ^ ^ M'- COLPAN- MOTORS fgarbiss A9e, e riofer Ate a r idii'1

."- t S ';rNT One e L A oe tim am, a ing A Eire) brint the rl ego"ah .. pD of,

o e-" rIe $ ors 4,a Oe 9-C1O Tels 2- 10h 2-1035I- 2n-1036e NOTICEOM. G tAL l i Vr o '' i 'u rt .
green. sT iieh rug 1 d 1948QO N h r S n A o Pat-Br i rictc, with-HNtall phof tr r renu3 6 3Pho ne P e

It l oreenl. L -P- a 2- RIAE L ch The Pa rTo n t-e d T a I U A I CanalComp". y ilt On Ecd furr.

0uk.CnFOR REN m o toCmbre lo AL 10 C -or t20 3-09 busa e6 fobuir. TM ies4o t i- .y ont ja her
n s oa $2 5 2 i u' a llraty hges n b er, i th fel for sale a bt d public o vel d ri aprgAx -,- s MU-ra e R
'chai. 5 $, Peacha diniMOrToO wra t Grg uaan $ 0 e e.. ed 0 pt. on- uFOR RENT- hed apart ktn i u .. .... .ld

Stabl reenedo r 6. ch tile500. Cobth mechanIcn l cA 39 ~MbS C 9 volumes Te BooTu Hcs tron l ru o rN--- oi rol1o, I l niR, l
closer .- 0.00- frnishedoard $5. seen atl'- el 2-1035 Embassy oo Sealed i e an ed a e r oom roi orn. nme tnhe, ii- t i. P -. .
oe i.monrt e l 2 .00... FOR SALE -Poni Ford r0, -do r Sed oond 60 M. o i. M., I F screnldFru good residential d strt3

iF t c h er No 8I Ford Custom V Tudor. p k- aportmen t CRitbero Canal Et. I- e is tAls mo n LD .h i a

-"A ri O PAO 1u .. D '-- .. .. -7 l-IIhIU. ^4b/
P or." _- R. 331 ... l .ing PoaII ade Green Finih. Br,%l,-i 0770. APARTMENT FOR RENT:--pocops ..
i b ti aul Psc Seat Coers Full price n. :-n Zone tgini Tuo y, February f urni shed 2 bedrooms 2 bt h w c T mRsItL C CT liCA". I e .i -- .
1954 and $800.,era room s BprtmInt in best 'rteidnt.. 1 V,-
SAply f ro m in. 6 ar COLPAN MOTRS p 17d. 617-Br r ncon r Tou-i bidtNrct. a.2 d. wia h 6 LE -iin c at OTel. 2-103 i 2-1035- -e tailed a. ied,-b, ai bo. room, po W Alli F r G d,

far scI oin. Telephone i do In good ondition. L 695.00177 Mri eP lhtOte and T r -o m ..i Oe
perfc street, Diablo Heights. Y BOAT or Launch 2. mer om AL EsAML eaiUl
S ES S N -. 0 Frd Ct V Tu o- to a t Diesel r't Must bes room, di room, k chen, bth .
;,f E i t r 0 I go cein condtn. Stble Corner t Mw;k10th balconies .und.Il to .me
L' 1sAE o ~.I.(H4Imt ua o En e sc fr le ure Pi B oxranch 335 n- fci b h el. 898.

farostd 16%,93 ar. sn$600.00d'l Ful it: $2. "_ "..I.ghts .. te......a Feight FR RENTl---Furshed bedroom t fIdr i e -
d le aI Mt .vrs COLPAL N MOTORS WANTEDM ld for wo days house ap t or o G. coupl niion ,, r. .,, .
ma fro Febru 22,d toTels 2- 1033 2-1035 2-1031 work wit ekly. Good references.I Tel. d Vsa.Cll 3-1596 af-t-
Iu 1we.istr o-nboo.atnedr 94 F T C o- W ll.--/ eveti 6gs or be .ore 9ste I iUAL utr1 i1 ; H vt hen...ckedr '-
edLs -wll .be O1947 Kaiser MOTOR dc FOR on-ENT.-2r2 6Cllr optrbment in "eprar PO N T IA- 6 .. -
pi" al 1-4owdandFourOR -.,s.. 4,,0m_ 2. 3 .,0.2 O. 0iEtOwis P Iru Avn No. 7 b to o m m.oarrw m m vng 1IIc. .. ..w. .t. -mit ee "yI
tlh ,ai hone' 3-17 1 :9 4 .-h rolet -uBo r S eda n C-- H.P. BaruTiin price. Calluy turnelephone e n o e o 4
-- --c- bord 9r 4 $ N F r a go d-0420 ablem Co" l sr-1789 or 2-16931 FOR RENTs--.2orletely fuf@o z a Fb ---ra i' r ,
FOR..Egongs.L so, tin5 bod u rmLPANoM OTa ,1 --3-R O F -RN, P nam.-r -ishesalt- poan itr-3d076 nF. RDro e 4iq. [ i.(-n 3
,:FORSACLE Phdner d d- 21 0361 FovrAFO-steredAL dok-FOR RENT.-Tw-F bedoom apart-e o bWitterV iaJIWo

T-D- 793. 985;.,T-cs. 2-o33 -- d -Y3 -2-g 03tie pes 3 on s .o on ont situated in El Congrejo. Call eRv._...e, .. C ut O .....t. "" '
FISAL E: in I as Cumbres lot-'i- -- .. .. -1 0. 3ro e 07 9 b in es hur s.i
C. SALE:--1950 Cheroletr3-07 S9dorb -siness r -Estud t. ...... e ll S:25 l 3I44. Al ster l wa Mu'v e aisleus. Te:,2-I0 Cal.,16Lut Nq, 2
3351. after 5. M2N dew brakes and t pope. Tel- 'Ra SALE:--- Bob- Ca.r.ogeIand Pod--- WQ OUSls,-7.N l r-C n ..

N,.- -- ', WoBab hso4256, 2755.00.l $28e Gico od cit _0 FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment, iIll e 1
0E )TO BE et G. F. C. 3 6o Oe. u 26 .. 4 ,a .t..d
'-- -"-"-"-- atr tr.---- ---- -A-o--- --- cy- e, -- ..- ....6-A.- --$75.00, Golf Heights. For informs"a -m t .' k"ld1'
A-$ --'pick-'U.U,. EMEArecM..

AS1 -At -Be!;iorial I I IIserbu r o e. h 4r de.o.'v FOR SALE:-- o rLd ct olA- f.n, ,,lone 2-56 13. othe., i/
1akerI2,,----,, heater,Uoverdrive- T-- -
J+l AFe
t Lromve and radio The otHer? customned and many other exr.t R en:k..- :
SCHU 'TTS. Modern. insulated. is Green and they both hove now $550. 2712-A. Cccoli. en. bath. Military inspected. tall A. t

criice. ...she,3,200M2 i ot -ibow and straw target. $3.00. a 4j Jj
lto1 cash buyer. Na. 82 ing s m V Tudor. Spa I!-. Apartment. B, Riviera .46th St. 3- at. 3th S. E,- o.I33.
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':ls ab Panama" WASHINGTON. Feb. 19 (UP)- eampAig (for th amendment) wantontti" Ui
-i-- A -D'bl,.Str and det h and dte g life and his abil plomeattc ie can catie-
S-. .A. l P dt rs ty to It. earabe iny" to
s ^00df ountr e3 coarpigtwonaoo l-terserinmental Bricker seemed 'greatly moved :ateretsa,
e.r,.i tos,B ruelstio_ today &3rtSt, agaiuL as headd d te ':0 had oe e seht e. Without $mn~-
Stua J cLot 314S4 nttWat uhs sal of qhairw' )anlll nat q Democrat hid Ptld prtipfosta
S. E ,Stuar, Mr *.nca launched a full atetta ek o artin kgn are .
i.tat.4 M_. tBa e. h. .to~ no. re igned with a sizzlle tate- mntof Albet C on to the erezib i for sn.
S-r* Job.ann sx, ce, ae of Mntth at Ma i on's ouster Nitional Labor relations Board "Until centl: wh ve A O MANTIC It
lther. leh. rima, DI. T e t ttei. atks of autocratic dictator- with charges the Caornia bus uperb terialth ALLEY OF
uat -p.e^ M^ref "Mh.etes, J. L. nd "cI take plce ne snaiai "Geeev$" .the Senate. caoos rits
S I3rt in k Ac A w Ars Nancy OLHawthorn, tlas iroi e to 2. .ason's parting shot at the SenaM e ubhens stoutly de- today te ip i drying uI,'
S I s O trarj Pric, s dys Obmen who is hi house dramatized the bitter fended Beesn anj accused the he aid .i n res..prepdr
yanmfue. .tMgI, M'arte AYvvrl Y Jane b,.u ye l -own on thne Isthimu, Is dflute within the Republican Par. Democrats of insulting Eisenhow- for the' :aa ._
-1 pA; te e. ty ov6r the proposed ric r er r, ederatlid "of di
.,-..- aeh~f .. meant on Presidentia treaty Sen. Paul H. Douglas ,(D-ll.) "Many irctnilnea yotmaeCa i,
i .I.'"s a r- DamPe law school,, announced r -e. and thisled" the' Senate Labor from the hoi'e front. Ulitjen thiA iii!"
ofPai- terday he was fired because he Comnilttee when called for ques- trend la re-ised. Irrpaurae It4 7
S. )W S-s aonbS at supported the Bricker amendment, toning. lurv may be done our national G
or &hgtlta urdo' He said he quit at request of pres- Sen. .Herman Welker (R-iba.) interest e:.withou the American
evening,:r e toaurltas aboad idetial assistant Shersan Adams. Jumped up to say that Douglas, in people tnn 'beif aware of it.'1
s1''idiate ut a- Sen. John W. Bricket (R- .) and effect, was saying President Eisen- be aaid..
.. i 1vey t wo .F ye uri"l* the his supporters were voting jfayv- shower had sent to the Senate "a Cabot .aid the foeli t serviee R
h uit Wlk i even or of a Republican leadthip man who has been convicted be- welcome cte crtism T OPICAL
.Is; "warie ry. La. gdeo aea cordially mise n the most disputed fore your committee of being a 3ut he ItIs difficult for
Wilk IA soSu beinrt ,tiriIed B 6 tq tten ts"es.. alatalrs. aseesB. of the proposed qmend- perjuerand a liar." diplomat ia-a sae Course
-,.o ...l i{. l ^ S .pThe aupper i $2.50 per person. ment when Manion's announce- en. Hi. Alexander Slith (R-N. the ,lf they're dis- TOnAY TOMORROW
fly fdri' ~e~pea '.u sory eve- vote is soument was made public. A final J.) chairman of the Labor Com- traced by a Continuos uproar & SATURDAY
.ipery eve- vote is sought this week. tteeaithe rea reason Dem- of mis pide, contradietoryf rit-
lch l for lk. ningK in the Florentine.Room of There was immediate speeula- ocrats opposed Beesan -was that leim. SPECIAL ATTRACTION!
.......n ______.________- the Hotel Washington. Miss tion that further compromise ef. Beeson supports the controversial "I fervently hope, therefore .
t..' Jyackie Lalt ot New York, Is the forts by the Republican Senate Taft-Hartley labor law-"the very that the Americp people. r ernand GRAVET
.... a" .E a an 'Meatu'ed ze er. Music is by Ca- leadership would be .hampered by law which it must be his duty to elected f.epreaentattvea kld t Meliza KORJUS, in
S IT U. ..wu u Viu M nws de Esatjafa orchestra. Mamipn's removal, administer as Congress intended., press wimfl n w forb'araince in tJ
'../ Bricker and others instantly de- The exchange occurred as the f acriticig ur Mr 'a repreg-
Ir MDI, iner musiN i furnIhed i.I bounced the White House ae at. Senate opee del on- Beeson's sentativa abroad,"he aid. THEGRE
S the dinlng room by.the Los FIg- Bricker said: nomination t a pne-year vacancy -
I%*.. ,. sros quartet. "When the time cbmes when on the NLRB. A vote is expected r Visu,,j, ( L T WALTZ
ftor ttew Yori. with the leadership of the govern- hope to win over a few Democrats n do ,:Ca. nor which
n d M thou who do not believe like this week. Senate Repubncan TA6, t forwhie
Eli'ia, them meof those deliiousL ti for New Yri. t xent in power cannot continue to provide the necessary margin worked _t:iadusbflal iretiorins di-
Ilards iand peWro thoa's delicioucg Mr and Mrs. Dennsa Madunr. ro serve in official capacities, to confirm Beeson. rector before Eisenhower named
tS and p e s been ravin about o New Yor arrived last Mo there is a serious storm wing The Democrate -based their him to the IR. E N C A N 0
o s ta KlIm, I uat :t a e Hote ah ead.. I hope he con tioes nthis charges on Beeson' testimou n re. Beomal oi ulB en he Re
wlntbe tWAtnn They sailed today wi 0mmllhlnto rRturn th RAT SHOW!
a -o Vrm orittIn sa t, Por- D aCdA O"
t-o etour to tho e home. company.. tput he later submitted Robert Mitchuan. fEZna formal
feti ng l n hisP IDnslon rig.in4d, .
".. RUM dpKssa, tfeD fmrowe Tet'rattempt oo satisfy the. Demorats.a "BUNCO SQUAD"
Mrs. Ben Levlne. of Coco 8 Demociats- chrged aeson fail-
lilo who ia returning to' the aed to terll th e i O dur
Sta in the near future. gavy -r his t arend tMitno q y that' he es
i ntea at t tHe Htotel Washington;. not formally resin p ed ad that be i
itd sensd vt sh a farewell to hes still was -esitled to pension rights. I L
.S -" 't trAd j e t hasends. Welke rrued that Beeson had Robert Walker, in
1rebeen "c used" in his .testimony "THE BEGINNING OF
B Mrs. Davi3 B Kaplan. on behan' by "a, bsh of sharpshootitnr se T I END"
of the Wedineai Clabe P res ent- ators." a a said eeson. would be THi
o .tMA inTHE ed the hostrss.a ld t of a liten "ar disgrit ceda man"a if the eSnate and "FRA DIABOLO"
table cloth as a bon voyage did not h if di finc hi

'a Af The friends who art cipateo MARION, (UP) Deputy
call;$ to A6C"XNWing i the ee Mrs. GeCoro e Sheriff charles- Edwards acquired
Carsen. Mrs. S. C W Jayroe, Mrs several ew duties. When Mack
James Facer Mrs. tu sene Webo E. T Phe E c Aerges, JtrSper, ot involved in rer
.i*rm. Louts Hooper, Mrs. James z EEK-END RELEA'SE! SH6WiS: 7 and 9 p.m. jury duty. Edtords.. went to Fer-
ans and Mrs. Louis Egeo.. g-s' farm, mik nine cows and
,.A .........1 ob a. 4M ICHELE MORGAN &l u Admission Prices: .60 .30 fed the cttle anp horses
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Ereece of sbhos.o ODa WEEKLY RAFE
Vo*Tar. on South
,e o n beRAmerlean Cru i e TO YOURstnteRRW

~A their tur.eheon guests Tue:t
day, the former Secretarv of the
.EBAND WAGON" "Trenary of the United .S'aLe "VnVA VILLA NEW STYLE Z8 11 MODERN
ipFwec)aASTtN C CEARJpSSod Me lEdward t. Foley and Mmrs.O
$se.NOo):oediiGAMM.O.MIy" onfhnat f. t6 ot "vhlIVtAoofIL DOCUR.t NEWnTYLr205 M DER
W UrGrDobenEravnAmerican tim hn' air and sthoi sOOR- ,: t,*: .,
MONDAY:-RIDI t VAQUEROt i. ted aver for a d:t on the Atlau- CARTOON FESTIVAL ..- ,;4,.y- .-. ,fhha
On 'l-LOR AV GARDNER tic Side and visit with their forl and dance for the same t n
TUESDAY:-, NTIb LOVERS" 6:4it-omon ymws."R-:- i:s ..,
....o MONTALAN Col hen Dance Tomorrow g 9: money
-WEDNECAY---"DOANGEROUS WHEN WE1 The Washington Cotllion C1 ib
STi R :ILIAMS elNADO LAM 0Ill hold a emi-fornmal dance 1 IV OLI
.rs'eJ3 WILLAC FcNANOO LAM, qt the Car dosa Officers Clubi ""
SIN TLOR AND PANORAC CREEN .w ening at :00 At 5:00 & 9:00 p.m.-Two presentations of the Great .-)-0. t
TL E ThPlus: Manbolera ZOILA: .
1.ClIE Be. Sce On The reen: "THE SUNDOWNER" & "D.O.D" .,- -E
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3-aFox in a Fix
.4-A .alt Pint Palomino
5-JUst Ducky
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Cocktail Table 1027-8 $33.00.



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UBEAKS TWO-MILE RECORD FBI man Horace Ashenfelter
rightl races to the finish line as he smashes the world indoor
two-mile record with an 8:50.5 clocking at Madsaon Square Gar-
de nin New York City. The finish of the race is deceptive, as
Ashenfelter is lanping Curtis Stone leftj and John Barry.

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there are no exchange counters in baseball. When a big
Id*o elub owner buys a piece of ivory, he's stuck with it for
3-94 or bad. He can't say, "No," I'm sorry, this isn't what I want-
and get his money back. Nor can he turn it In for something
4 adl the top shelf.
S There are rare exceptions, of course, where specific stipula-
. -arp made or, subsequently, misrepresentation Is established,
tanhe whole, the trade must stand as is. Ano because this is
Wt r It iU done, a club owner cat get burned pretty awful If
es wrong or the Ivory develops imperfections.
are assured the trade which sent Bob Thomson to the
and brought Johnny Antonelli to the Giants (these being
wo key men) is a good one for both sides. How can anyone
.jre? The answer is no one Can. It could turn out to
0b, sides.
W immediate re ct4on is that the Braves' hazard is less than
ta'. If the Brlw ats well Jortified with pitching as
*fp r ,, _r ^^ 0 Antonelll.
t other hand, th n gave up one r big"bat, anD
th!ey do nOt have an abundance.
other thing,the Braves got. a player of demonstrated big
abty. For three stig years, Thomson has driven in
run, a s an d .ane) lstdr wih
of 27. All the 30-year-o ril an d4 tomae
aves' Investment pay off p upto hi normal
_with a change in scenery, he may surplas them.
'41 Same blue-chitp quality is not present in the GlaAtA' in-
t. Antonell, a left-handed-pitoher, Still has to prove him..
At 24 and with admitted stuff, It is not rash to tab him as
sllent prospect. But there is always a wide difference be-
-a prospect and a proved quantity.
e thin dualon to the two ke men, AntonellW must
Sthroughl as astrte-wlth winning habits, or the Giants are.
The will be worse off than ePer, What's more, they will
dMLduced their already sparse trading material to zero.
dw many games must Antonelli win to offset the loss of
's bat... and keep in mind be was- the only Giant who
100 or more runs last season? I wouldn't know how to go
answering this. Still, if Antonelli doesn't win at least 15,
kt going to be a trenchant force..

t Mays Is a Gamble
3$ the GIOnts are dealing in futures in Antonelli, so are they
respect o Willie Mays, returnig from Army service. Mays
,well assert himself as the best center fielder in the game
on. If he doesntthit, Thomson's big bat will be missed
nore acutely. And Mayj as yet to prove himsel a big
4Mtter. dropping from .274, his first year, to .2M0 for 34

.QWtants, then, are In much the same position as a horse
ho hbas an, ir-coming bet riding for him. They could win
Or blow tht Whole stack. There is something else to
Uen I Antonelli comes through he's a left-hander and
'o beat the Brooklyns, murder left-handed pitching a
Lhe Braves, no doubt, hpd in mind when they put him
the dark side of the picture. The bright side Is painted
hope and optimism. At least Antonelli and Mays have
And If they can make it, the Giants will surely be back
True, they finished fifth, but approaching. August
puly two games out, Then the pitching collapsed and
iMttle Manager lipped his lid.

For Dark and Lockman
Mting that holds the Giants back is their scanty trading
The Yankees can trade for fellows like Eddie Robinson
I and not hurt themselves. The Brooklyns can get
.il, anid give upnotIhlng. But to move at all. the Giants
through the noe,. at once a painful and expensive
pen to knw they canl get big Ted Kluszewski from cin-
-.left-hand d first baseman who last year hit .316, drove
V& 40-eot rw.ia With him they would be even stronger
M an with Thomson. But to get him they would have
AIVUa -ark and Whitey lUckman.
would hit 0 homers. minimum, in the Polo Grounds
4-tremendoaas ate attractJon. He wouldn't field with
,Mnbut his power wou~ more than offset that. The Yan-
.their remws. could make such a deal easily. Nor
difficult -fr the Dodgers. And neither would be se-
But can the Glants afford to give up Dark and Lock-
Jlk the Answer Man.

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7th Race "H" Imported 6 4 Fs.Puse: 141. 1 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of *e iDouble
1-D. Mad R. Guerra 112xm best workouts 3-1
2,-Pints A. YcazfL09x inning form 10-1
34-Alabardc* E. Ortse. 103x-QUt early last week 10-1
4-Jig's Up V. Castle. 110 -Could score again 5-1
Paragon R. L. Gil 100 -Ready for "killing" 4-1
6-Roadmaster V. Brown 112x -.opl. indicates 5-1
7-Veranda J. Phil. 112 -Has strong finish 10-1
8-.(J. Anne L. Giral. 110 -Improving steadily 4-1
9-(S. Domino B. Agal. 112 -Codld surprise here 4-1

8th Race "H" Imported 6 Fgs.Pune: '*40M0.0 Pool closes: 4:40

1--Fairlyable A. Phil.
2-Nehtainco A. Oonza.
3-Caflonazo L. Giral.
4-Arlaval V. Casti.
5--f. Collins A. Yaeao
6-L. Lady "A. Mena R.
7-ori A. Vas.
8.-Red Oak R. Kell.
9--Firemne A. Angulo
10-Charlier B. Agul.

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1.t Race""G" Native 7 u : $2700Poo clool ses: 13 :45 -- .ssat
Firt Rage of the Double .m
1-S. Time R. L. Oi 107 -But not 'winning time' S1 from the lr9ore1 "" imported t
2-FSandra F. Hidal 108 -Good race last time 10-1 ine slim p ou-r lfo a lu a3t
3-Sin Fin L. Giral. 110 -Should make It now 2-1 match flr Ba1- bldun 01 id tforfl h S o Ot T
4-Camaron V. Brown lOx-Dlstance to liking 10-1 boa Pdlie i was 8, W ith r on n 70 e Oe
5--L. Caren A. Yca 1 i-Best at short races 10-1 :lred over tI ApolUceon thedad truth
6-Domino J. Chubha l, -Usually unpredictable 10-1 course, andthl, t to- lte la fvr of f o.atched
7-Sinceridad R. GterSM lx-Last was revealing 4-1 taIled 748 ou s 800 Archie Tunoer the big 1 n ues tal of
8-Manolete A. GO a. 5-ix-Way down In class 3-1 in winning, ubs bore riflenans thI Bal- hiuelsn
745 was B. a Gun Clubannountes a 30-0 i chol
The Cristba u and match over the 50 shot shor Me II
L- I te 30a shot shor afii
2nd Race "G" Natff gs.Purse: 275.00 Pool clese 2:15 the Cr bal course tonaugrate t newe.
Seend B*e at the Double that ordrm and season a the Krr Pan for, 10
1-.tolito R. I.U; Oil115 -Rates outside chance- o -,Weteam roth e0 yareup ,usiani l% Mb t.
8---nn ofWeover the1,n ar4 cuu,"
2-Ta onazo G. aft. I8 -Always dangerous s-1 was high due a neat the NRA decimal targ ust
3-u Flea 3 lx -Early speed only 10-1 94" make thil tough. r
4-Avivato M. s 1f-Doesn't seem possible 20-1 Bob Ug mk tbgtouhfbeye'- Ut
5-Tap Lady V. O -Could scote in upset 8-1 Toh Lws to hWa n0oLm
F6--Plropo 7. se I l-Good recent fr 1 poic~ eas ~O 1dore 10so 1Intlthe
7-Riomar Jullo h 116 -Looms "sure thing" even 8ind Hardioc, onds)!t sof"attin- pon.. e- ri ov
6f tt of Fitting a dpot h
5thet Crsbl f Ihof w and shooters a en't been getting -l hi n pt Qsi '
3r Rc B E eord er red-tr th although Dicfo.. fp.r "- an o
Srd Race "" Importe 44 mPure: $375.00 Pool closes: 1:45 o r f m th ch U for d e ei o u
P W e T High man alboa, and Dill, e c h o ft i-a I
;been speai some time on ta e .6ay
I--R. Signal B. A._ 15 --Most early speed ra a o- results are hardt to s b dr ig t
2-R. Point L Orte.. 7x-Has own nothing 20-1 nsd1 h a-. tw, b en~~-
3-Our Fancy Oirva. 12x-Has shown even less 40-1 iw w "tem. at nd P Inv ae open Aol kf th.' tie at1 sT
4-8slcedo F e 100 -Plenty'speed these days 3- ml: bO th tea m andrvidual s andm A llo O he r th od id cotrs T '
5--Preatisgo CP r. 1 -Distance handicaps 40-1 ns in th e ature of a warm up will e ridden by competent should be-h -
6-- Roscrea -Rs srong cnce 3-1 the new s eason o eke. Ace Bi Aw e w ill
6-uc1aJ-Ratesstrongchann. Fairg wi tart at p a m. ave he+Jeg up on Pollow 36
7-Le at 105 -Improved workouts 3-1 l e theae. i wn stllow, 1 "
8-(Pnel A. V" 1 -Cld e up 5-1 ind a the are 1 firing point at 113 p unsar s. C olombla Luis n Lu s i 'V
9- (A. de Oro M. Yeaza 104 -Rates raece too 15-1 vailtabi on this range, it should Crald.o will guide Dark Mllton, i -o a.o
e over wood time ....... re at 110. Chmlen Vi lctor Ordo-e
BERKE C eb. 19 Another oractal-polee plstftfies will pilot Relmen o II t 0, At
4th Race "Ko0 Native .4 Its.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20 (UP) Billy the New match is saled f Sunday. 115 while Virillo. Castillo will
QUINIELA York Yankees tor eales he- eb. 24. at the al ob olice be aboard Jqdilmazo at 115. Al-a of the
1-.-Tin Tan -- 110-Dstro. has lost his da appeal apd Sange, to le followed on March 'redo Vaswues will be 8Svthia'sa] bbleto
1-Tin Tan ul.110 -Distance to liking 3-1 faces Army indu i the near fy a combInatIon aUnorting rl- rider and the lightweighted Tan- ae had a
2-Colirio C. A. z .ata. 102x-Good early speed '5-1 future, It was an ed- today, fle and target rifle match to be zqr wll be under'thp.handling amee to b
3-Coran A Phil. 11 -ravorite distance 10-1 Martin, who j eas held at Par Fan There will re o o u P lrwm in- r inuel '"D A the i ln -.
4-J. Huincho F. ose 115 -Should beat these even than six moths at more on these matches ton" a a. tall *

7-Moon LasseM. OrdA 110 -W as itot e bardahn reasons, police p: b he re-ted, te ce.. fl
.af tS I *a5g,1 theo.e a ver q. expect, hrons will protie=
B-Con Var II V. Brown 104x-WiU be close up 10-1 He was m-s ,ree y a.m 1- BALBOA POLICE from start nish. -- .-.
9-L. Molly C. Gonza. 1.4x-Nohing recently 15-1 A by hils ork t bord nl1k .......... 103 The secondary attraction, a blerw' ouL 0ot, then epm-
.r a g a f_ .................185 Aix-and:-one-half furlong $20 sb rthe
inde a 1 wit .. d ................ 18 .:5 bn to P I.
5th Race "El itatlon 4 F .Purse: $00.00 Pool closes: 2:55 e order dtiof rc .......... 1 3 should be another h-umdimer rene em when
S Race 4% all dependence eltaca ktion. of... .....83umdlnger.rin e rwhen wr a
(Winner gets entire purse) men who served i than six -- Newcomer Lion's Claw. Kiosco, weave?
1-Curace A. Valdi. 116 -Needs more distance 8-1 d | sTo -e
Terv tI t out In-thil rac which will be dnt le*as, theall g e."o
2-M. Fairfax B. Agul. 120 --Seems best here even The fie"slit i n appeal- W A GU CU ou, nlh r_ wohce wl h e mon'tae t ale i b-- bgt.
3-Rosarlo V. Orte. 120 -S-tron contender 2-1 ed the -eclalf s ftle BAL BOA GN CLUB thep...........i ,te ntead for the horses mistake to
4-Rinty A. Va. 110 -Was fastest once 5-1 had the same depe n u .............. 180 e entered for the race. loosely.
6--Casa Buena F. ihdal. 124 -Weight handicaps 8-1 lhsidependents as J~ MA ain'" ............" I 4
urom whom he isxed;
mother Mh.Jo A.b;hR M
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First Iace of the Double- Alster joal. 13 and h bfa- IORALr vWE L IIL R MAIN IOPEN fromI
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1--La Chomba R. Kell. 110 -Not witb thisrider -1 E m ................ a ,
2-Chic's Ned A. Vas. 114 -Is long overdue 2-1 mith ,.. ............. 1b .
3-Forzado J. Ch na 105x-Way off form 30-1 r T ot ........,...... 14, 12 -
4-L. Martha J. Rdiri. 110 -Could pull surprise' 10-1 JU rranco T ip.....a. : ,ay
5-Delhia R. Guera .105x-Nice effort last out 5-1
6-In Time V. BroWn 11-No.thing t Indicate 20-1 BY DO Total73b
7-Darlene F. Ifldal, 15 -Nothing recent 15- LPOLIC;%
S--1ose Hip J .. Phil. 112 -Beast earl eyt I1 I--El via 1_rlna_ narl ... ......
9-Sun's MoIn I I. 0il1118 -M-y nee anoBer '1-I 3-,iomir Tap y Sw............... 1 ..4. .1 "tg
Ilnharitap L. fliral. 118 -Imoroving slowly 5-1 S-_ a al Pines .l c ler ................ 17.... .

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118 -WUL triumph soon 10-1
100x-Also getting better 10-1
110 -Longshot possibility 10-1
115 -Will win at nice odds 8-1
103x--Nothing to recommend 25-1
112x-Needs better condition 50-1
110 -Mutuels favorite 3-2
115 -Do not overlook 5-1
10x--Rates strong chance 5-1
115 -Highly regarded debutant 5-1

Imported F.Purse: 4M0.00 Pool closes: 5:15

J. Chuna 102x-Group too strong
L. GiraL 113 -Returns In good shape
F. Rose 115 -Better chance now
A. Ycaza 107x-Proven in-and-outer
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5-T. uDuber G. rresacott 112a -Returnsirom a" a -
6-TOAP B. Agul. 110 -The expertst'" choice even
17-D In B. San. 115 -Depends on start 8-1
.-Weston V, Ordo. 112 -Not ready yet 20-1
9--( dqueflo A. Valdi. 118 -Nothing to indicate 15-1
10-U(. Lady -F. Hldal. 105 -Beat cheap field 15-1

10th Rae "B" Imported 11/8 M.Purse: 75M.0 Fed eloses: 5:40
1 Y A. Vas. 113 -Would pay j icy price 15-1
i-DM onare L. Giral. 110 --Dstan to king 8-1
3-Vo n V. Ordo. 115 -In excelint shape 2-1
4-OUowM B. Agul. 113 -Route "apeOplAMf" even
5-Jaquimaso V. Casti. 115 -Will fight It out 3-1
6-Tanger M. Ycaza 105x-Could score at price 10-1

llth Raee "E"r Imerted FPgLPurse: $5 M Pool eloses: xxxx
1-Lion's Claw B. A iul. 115 -Has high rating even
2-Patriotica E. Corcho 112x-Blashng ea ily speed 10-1
3-Malltn F. Hdal. 103 -Lacks early speed 10-1 A. Vas. 118 -Tougher field hae 5-1
.5-Bed Bor V. Ordo. 115 -Clasy Irish mare 3-1
uo Vadis M. Ycasa 105x-Rates outside chancee 10-1
0' G. San. 112 -Good raue lasttlme 5-1
a-.Carmela II V. Brown 105x-Brief early saDed 5-1




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ith of January, in cancelling their hillb at the earliest possible opportunity..
We would also like to take this opportunity to advise that, much to war di.-
beginning Fehiuary 22, 1954 we will proceed to disconnect all customers in
ars In the payment of their light, gas and telehone service bills. It will be
Mrialy impose f'4or uq1to reconnect these services the same day the past-*dne
, together witl ft 0 tint of $2.50 to cover a part of the expenses involved in
onnectng and *49 epeing thee w vices, are paid, ad would, request hat a
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by you, in order to avoid this unnecessary expenses and bother to both our
nts and ourtelvei.

To those, clients wiose services are already disconnected, we wish to advise
if theiractonus wth the Company are not paid up to date before February
they will be charged the additional um of $1.25 for the reconnection of their

The additional iarge of $2.50 to cover a portion of the expenses inueredb
disconnection asi reconneetion of services, authored by Decree No. 5 oLf"V.
ber 19, 1958, which was published in the Officile Gazee No. 12 81, cd*it
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,* ANOI, Indochina, Feb. 39 (UP)
-, Henri E. Navarre, supreme
French Commander In Indochina
dp cared today he considered the
Communist offensive in northern
S Laos to be blOcked" although the
A* Leds still can mount some harn
'The Vietminh is very close tc
Shaking attained its m a x i mi u i
Sree" he told a press onress conference.
French Delense Minister Rene
Pleven was back in Hanoi today
flter a visit to Pnom Penh where
i talked with Cambodia's youth
.l' King Norodom Sihanouk.
Pleven was enptected to fly to
Paris tonlorrow to report on his
aM@sion for the French Cabinet.
Meanwhile, the spotlight in In-
dochina shifted from the military
*to. the diplomatic front today as
Communist field action slackened
mysteriously throughout the land.
'High Commissioner for Indochina
o .aurice DeJean called press
'eCference to counter what the
tFrenck believe might be a shlt
by the Comm'unist Vietminh from
military action to all-out psycho-
1zka l warfare.
O eJean again denied widespread
but still insistent reports in Hanoi
and Saigo that Vietminh or Re4
Chiese emissaries are in Indo-
Ceina to discuss an armistice.
The commissioner said 'rance
S WoUid consaiier any peace proposal
if presented in a "precise and ol-
tac...ti manner."
r eance, he said, does not reject
out (IL n dna "all possibilities ot
neoiatIons" with Ho cLt Minn,
t it t.A.uatuw trained leauer uL ;1it
P -Ajel activity slackened mys-
terAusly uroughout alo 01 diio.
Cau t coincinaent wit# tne nig
., oar, announcement aey wouas
distuss ear aisterL problems in
'eaneva on April to.
: '. e general oaen-ive, including
the invasion of Laos, was mouteu
.comncieuntal witn stne opening in
rtanc ot -the blg rour foreign
Smlistieri conference.-

Sources had speculated that the
Indocnanese-wiae antcKs 1%ere sian-
ed at weakeung r race'ss popuon
at ,erlin, ana with the conference
ended : tiei reno longer is a need
,-'r costly military- adveLures.
,,Frqnch-plo.ted American-m a d e
. rtA figjtrs sand.BP bombers
,iiked over 3or u.Jp t supply de-
And. troop bvouacs in the
ih firr mls' explosives
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'Bds are now being requested
., the Panama Canal -Co. to
lh 100.000 pounds, green
auete oPfee to he Comml-
This l. tte first ot dfI Boquete
Usee to be bought by the com-
say division this year. The
requet- for bids for Boauete
oe was made in May 1953 at
time approximately 83,-
unds were purchased.
7. contract for the coffee to
I bought nt month will ro-
Te or the delivery o the 00,-
Spounds at b-.wekmol Inter-
ei nng during the week
ril 21 In lota oa approxi-
S200 bass each. Each ban
contain I 0 poumda net new
coffee. pDeliveries shall .be
to the 'dry storage ware-
of the ,Commissary Divil
at Mount Hope.
Sidas for the new -supply of
coffee -wil; opened at 3
i t' Thurtay,dMrch 4 In the
of thegen ra.manager oa
Commissary rviso. Mo unt
Bid frms and intorn.a-
concerning the contract
be obtained from the office
supply and Service Director
Balboa Heights or from tAe
Ima'naget of the Com-
Divisiuon at Mount Hope.
'-C Ins 1953, the Commisary
nio purchased a -total of
M pounds of Panama coffee.
arc o were made dur-
ury and May of 1953.

'#KIUNOTON. Feb. 19 (UP)
a. Wayre Morse (Ind.-Or ,
Jhe Ser.te today that some
sfrasled envelopes have
IoSen Ead used ot mall o0tT
Svies which clash witLh
ld he has asked postal
to javestigate andr

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U.S. Will Not Recognize Red China

WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)- lie is "not against It" Vt it only the Geheva meeting *would In- Reds--damp
Administration officials assured means an effort wll be iqade orgase tia prestigee a thpe ed 1500 deea
uneasy congressmen today that toward "some cleJr undrstiad- Qhinese government- session of U
the Big Four decision to Invite ing for peace in Me Fa7:- Rep, James P. Rilhards (D.- at Taipeh t
Red China to a Far Eastern Senate Reoublcan leader 1- S.C.) top Demorat.onAe House President
peace conference will not lead to liam F. Knowland, a nsl t Forpigi Affair Comumittee,. said told the as
U.S. recognition of Peiping. opponent of recognizing Red he had no objection to' the meet- contested 0
They said the Allies actually China, decline toa pnent. ing'since It mlghbeforme eReds China migh
scored a major victory In get- Administration "sources were to show their hand "somewhat ping stone
ting Russia to agree In writing quick to say tlh .o int.o a Ko- lke'- erlin did." He said the the world.
that- attendance at the confer- rean peace cpcaln v inen- UtLuted States should get some "To contr
ence would in no way Imply dip- va originated ath the Uflited ides whether the Commnunlists Inate Asia,'
lomatic recognition of any of the States as ar back s last Spt. realy. want peace la the Far ete Asia lsit
governments taking part. 5. They thoWd th thd' mo- East .. Chlang sa
Some Republican and Demo- nists would only' alre to dics On Foe rmes a, flatonaHlst past four ye
eratic lawmakers expressed It as Panmunjom.. Chinese leaders renndSd the ord of blood
the fear that Inclusion of Red The pelitibon .iAlgh aar- world today that Bed China is cared that
China in such a high-level tears here appeal % to be that "a aggressor, and said Nation- peace nor a
meeting on Korea and Indo- the Geneva meeting brought i t Chins will not eaeept any unless the f
china might be the opening recognition of 4. Chin no decision of ;the dealing Far crush comm
wedge to recognition, nearer than did ekexhange. "uMftern aee conference in "Free Chi
S en. Mike Mansfield (D.- of dipiduxatie note .and the Geneva that runs counter to for'herself .
Mont.), a member of the Foreign conference with Red Chinese its 8lterest. is also cont.
Relations Committee, said the military leaders at PFnmun- News that the Big Four have of the world
%decision grants Communist Chl- Jon. decided to invite communist
na "a degree of recognition." But these quarters alsq said China to the Geneva talks--re- n Sal
But other congressmen report- there is little question but that vivfng fears of a "deal" with the Korean1go
ed they are not opposed to the crit iecu
rirley if the administratiOn feels Koreah af
oe progress might be made on urope Resgnedreach of
For Eastern problems. try.
Secretary of-State John Foster h- arl, haddee
the Big Four foreign ministers R e. sign e s."
conference in Berlin, plans to re- : fu dameti
nort to Congress and the Presi- --re t G u B f in with the 0i
dent in the next few days. witc e t mint."
He also will make a radio-tel- "We ben'e.
evlsion address to the nation oo in h iesta tius "eb m entlwoi
some time next week. ment would
In a final communlaue in Bet- -s- uch a confer
yesterday the United States, BERLIN, Feb. 19. (UP) Eu. -ie and-urged increasing pressure Communists
no, ed their decision to h rope resigned itself tod todayto in. on Russia to the point whe the The Ame
conference on Korea and o do definite existence as a divided Soviet Union would agree to reu. made these
'tina In Geneva, Switzerlandcltand because of othe, Big Fouitr tieso of Germany dindlde. t l
Arril 2 ee foreign ministers conference's pendence for little Austria, 1-"' The B
thev said Communist rChina failure to reunify Germany. reBidsUtAtn ad Brtish foreignSec- cret and the
the a said Communist Ch ina ro rtary Anthony Edern considered A non-bellig
r other natn thatwerein- Westernobservers said h e y tho conttiued division or Germany pleated sua
robed Inh the GKorea.;Nand lndo- W Sq.ends-toernel n aminister god th Aioille. 8,435a000ttes
china wars would be invited to end- to t le col wa- in udeu sble bt .aoepie ganops ed States th
lIn, w ope' in 'be tMar .,1ute but from both the French a-npd Brltsh 'done."'
.S .dish e *ixprdsed bieft that itwonld& .d duelatlons .teire th" t increasing 3-"Wfe ca
U.S. diplomats hereo acclim- mushroom Into a shooting affair, pressure on Russia nigbt lead to settlement t
ed the decision ap a triumph il war.e ttan erth
$or the West because Rusa Russia's. Willingness to bring' iner Wa
faied get Chinad seda Red China into a restripo d Inter o ulles left Berlin for Washing- for therexpt
a usell of, a&'iaprj gvK. natopiIl coherence at Geneva' oA ton last night, stopping off t an COllmmunists
i a t w astt I tehbh p the Allied termsindicated, toothat -irpor near Bonn for a brief c T ha potin
a .-and-reognitin of anythe Soviet. were anxious to bring eto with o r m a out RO
aartlcipating governiment-was to a close the hot war in Asia. Chaje lor Konrad Adenasuer. tralati0 c9
f" d.W, 'A auer warmly g r e e tthee d tinted btsMs

Dll ih laf t ng wt Dfu latio a d 182fand00
Ti 1 officials concededhow- It was Soviet foreign minister Duli who was a rcompanied'fication b prle
ever, that the conference will Vyacheslav Molotov's conces-Dr James B. ant U. S. hig
givq Red China chance tolay sons on Red China that made it commissioner for Germany ..
I d. 1- U leJn a hgh v n possible for the Eastern and West- The West German government
terimaticatal oference Zor. ih en ministers to agree yesterday to sued an official comrmu- US t
gflrt time. I will be speakingiir on holding the Geneva conference' lqI tharing Russia with deliba
'itSelf on the major problem in The Ruissans, h o w e e rre rably torpedoing Germaln reun eImater o
the Far East rather than through ceived full blame from the Wesi 'fleatio nd free elections at theL lU
Russia. 'i i the conference's inability tody mnse' cnen

consular serviced B.n London. ine Bidau s aid last nit dmin its z one of occupation and d pr

QHse was charged with dealing Poe e ooidentioved the m an as
n uncustomed goods and nt tret Wllam Bridges a 32-year- G ermany in peace ad free- t(UP) p home

to de etraud the govern ent dof eese4 iwa. He meey adbmit- T of .ecuted ito s havs
customs duty. When he a arrest after toppling th e sps communique wad thel Rosenber n ate'sann

brought inato poehe oonart dFo .g'is.tIn ne tiAues, and was oheld beae th' center of a heatel o ropolt
hearing, tha t he soltor of a gety of m alicious d amagelegal cntrovial session of sy today. cab is Lear

Northern Ireletand withdew the lit i *icials said Bridges A l tt o four lawyers moved p and 1l
"With the arest of ths n g lles and better education in te est New York e Cherris,
yesterday nqu have oe Brita They id he criticitoe wrnter hs w'Oif the who h
ound that he s attachd tothe h caled failur e to lower Brit- weeks. f ed hs s 3

Panamanian consular service to ain's iwaiueruy rate. The lawyers representinP Abhl ..
the Couret of .8 James i n Lon e- a seenee as bizarre as ra- .erdany in and A M eeropol obtained a ; di

don," th ltr afd. "I am the useu' HaI of Horrors, the writ of h abeas crpused at 10 p o nrt
therefore Instructed that h man entered the museum shortly giving egtple overnight at- m mainland

The magistrate, Willim M ad strode determine into the whose parents died the electric cane 51d
William greedhe the German governGallery of Sttesmen chair t J tor betraying t the final
The man was accom ha ied t e climbed over a guard rope, atomle aspect s edly prosecuted. oaras"
Consular.Employ wPuuae Chuhi doft in estmatedb
court by th C ern Ire od d hammer and shat ert Justce stJames Agricu, lture.ho

arge against a Panamanan L N, Feb. 19 (UP-A well the ae to p
diplomatic employee today 9srdressednyong Londoner stallaedH
grounds- -hel Wasr mpne Irons lote y adae CTussaud's f a inl ed L gon
But the government Impouinh- deerabaneer from an expen-
fast airport yesterday ta-m., i s s" .r.tPrime MinisterO n to nb
member of the Panamanian WinstoiChurthill and three Cab-
consular servicein London. inet .tisadisteri. 0 -
He was charged with dealing Polle identified the m a n as
to defraudathensta meatm e.Md ftp* He.meekly sdbmit- Ti "of executedI lipu anIAnh
customs duty. When h t ay d atres after toppling the splidtJ L d Ethel Posenbea suoate's
brought into.polile.c urt fti4rmalt*o w statues, and was held beuuiaw -center of a heanferopol,
hearing, the crime solicitoron f ac cage of malicious damage. legal ca'osy today. I nameis Le
Northern Ireantid withdrew the'vesha-officials said Bridges A bastefl-otfourrlhwyers moved 'pairandbt
charge and hewas released. as taking up the last nigbtto'keep the children 11aOuW current
i r yesterday t TheyMid he criticized wsittera s wife who
round that he i n attached to the ha tailednits failure to lower Brit- weeks.
Panamanian consular servicetoo sin's nlstera tr. The lawyers representing Abel ,al.

charge has to be withdrawn."gafter it opene, paid his admission dy of Michael, 11, and Robert,6e.-C0ldrdu's
The magistrate, Willin an sd strode determinedly into the wseparents died 1ag heeuelectric PiS did
Wicism. agreedu t tnhe a t i Gallery of Statesmen.* chair alat J u a e for betraying [lastwhat's

tie flew among a
M ff school girls eo
a tor. t eyes fell out and
ad seized boieed asern the floor.
...ath- Li.des ken swung at the.fig-
toene. VfJSPP Secreta y Sir Davi

Lord Feethersa former
i s for tr enordinatim.
as -At ta t guards summeoalf
wth W. arrived and askhe
Si "plese had ever th
the hamsn." oe did, and sat quietly
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tee at the opening
t. natl6nal assembly
Chlang Kal shek
iemblymen. that un-
ommtgnist control of
t prove to be a step-
to Red conquest of
ol China is to donm-
he sbAd, "To domin-
o conquer the world."
d14 Red gains In thb
arms oprise "a rec-
i(ad tears" and de-
therm can be neither
e*Urity in the world nations unite to
unism. -
Inms straggle Is not
alone,' he said. "It
rbuttng to the peace

tAe offilal South
It'ftl m-kesman
theB eaision
*,.anwr .' and a
awt *ith is coun-
sganuf Dr. Hongkee
ri ew win a prepar-
t whlit called the
Fte evk conference
llythc p a t iblee
rean It' tlce agree-
'e no ulttmate agree-
be reached at any
erence," he said. "or
conference with the
rican-educated Karl
other criticisms of
ir agreement-,
ig Four acted in so-
y accepted Russia in
reroit status after ye-
ranees by the Ufit-
at this would not'be
In never accept any
hat provides for less
nfleation of.- Korea
dratic auspice hind
islon of the Chinese
t-apparently ruled
ceptance of a neu-
i ~Korea and a cqn-
4ary near the 38th

4 Percent

ilar In '53
TON, Feb. 18 (UP)-
ure Department has.
t 1953 sugar consump-
United States was
is, four per ut above
Bdicted an even high-
f world production in
the first official gov-
ouncement regarding
final consumption fig-
0 total Cuba provided
sa Puerto Rico 111,-
ilippine Islands, 74,-
I; 'the Virgin -Islands,
r countries, 111M000;
met, 1,620,000; main-
consumption was 635,.
Ove the 7,800,000 first
by the Secretary of
The initial quota for


)erg Kids

to home. wt any
ing been ap iSheby
court of New prk."
w h ose professional
wis Allan, is
yricist with at' least
hit, "Apples, Peaches
" to his cadIt.
have been ttv5wwith
ad his wit .lace
They have a t-had a
an sines the death of
s in the Sing Sing elec-
t June. .
. Court Justice Jacob
got dieloe yesterday
ere "fund-raising
ee in the pe-
ugh a f has bee
vide f e t children's

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spa Rican uoMA10ime
t had any howit.
ifTs witch reported -
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Korean POWs

Oppse iling,

Ofndian Guard

INCHON; Korea, Pb. 1g (UP)
An Indian apvahe paWttyg
boarded the' transport Jal~pL
without incident tidby, but
narhy Seoou former wtar ppot
era angry demaded the naset
of tir "Indlan fitruders.". -
soldiers was L .nt ire to o1ad
baggage aboard the troop sip.
Themain body of O .room is
schuled to leave the truce.oa
early tomorrow on the way here.
Gen. Won Yong Duk- rott
marshal of the South oran
army and Igading .oppone., of
the free departure of th6 ,n*
dian, said yesterday he is"jheft
Interested" in the baggage par-

the mas body of troo$ .
The advance detail Z ame by
train from the neutral zone ear-
ly thin morning. Theue welt. no
Incidents en route or at Inchorn.
Amafoan soldiers arand
with j Wacblneguna. mounted
Jeepst, zfles and pistons egn
.4 the Ichon port .rea, Wi
fsowilay pald seat' atten4na,
the disciplined and untr-
fld Indian troops.
SThirty miles away; In eoul,.
however some 600 x-POWs
mashed I City Hall 4uare to
protest the diparture of .e i-
dlan soldiers whcame er. t
guard prisoners In the nesd r
zone. -
There was no violence. The
prisoner formed about 2 p. m.
an4 after speeches ,paraded
through shell-cratered. streets
ca-rn hotly-worded bansnero
"l I n guards killed oir sol-,
diel'" .one sign read,
"At, at, Inditan intruders. Take
them.nt our custody,' said an-
tot cttc th Iv.eregety of our
fatherland," roclaited a third.
SThe demonstrators wore army
clothes, and hea4. bands made
fromn handkerchiefs.
Won has warned that no more
Indan will leave Koeave Korea Unless
they ogarantee the welfare oft I
neutrall" hKorean POW's tkenu
to India on an earlier troop ship.

American Fiuved
In Jamaica For
Mistreating Calf
KINGSTON, Jamaica. Feft 19
(UP) Lee Stolser. Am'O0an
milnk engineer, was fine Ili
today for tying a calf to e
te.r of hil car and drftving. it

Stolser, employed by the Kais-
er Bauxite 'Company, sad he
found the ealf In the garden of
his house and was taking It to
the pound when police. found
hin dragging it along.. h ;pad
by his car.
Judge William Thorogpo4 told
3toiser he wished he could be
"subjected to treatment such as
the one the animal received at
your hands."






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Choir boya att e
Choir School chorused q
3t00 to new methods
citp4l.r They said they pr
wh ks front a paddle.
SThe paddle was eliminad ..
yestedan rafter a twdp-was l a 1IP15Aets 7.16I1-
Darby W. Betts, headmaster ,of rtr in 4 o-word
the school operated byjthe Ca-"cc However, he referred to
thedral of St. John tlheD ne the Truman and Roosevelt ad-
Betts, who instituted the -d- min trations as "two abnormal
die for punishment calledthe decades "
two-week trial system ho poble srMiein, these decades; ht laid,
e*naE entH. He:oArdered t4$P*dT. 0 -s-O Ataterit suffered. a. 4'e
Sren p li in standards s of' htte
'wfith Re 1U th%," IofTLctW.B. and "created a climate i b
Donegan. Protestant 'Eplscoal occasionally spies and
Bishop of New York, and the sies and low-grade publlh
Very Rev. Dr, James A, Pike, vanlts could and did-
dean of the Cathedral. All three "if the program of the -
signed the announcement that hower administration is ao
the paddle would be used no ed with enthusiasm by there
more. Kreasf, l th the tolar It
Instead, boys at the. Choir It eserves, the- puxta an
SGho1l, ranging in age rom 9 wll be omnpose.dof a itM -aj
S 14, will bee deprived qf pri- of the IetbldenfVi jpat
v.lles wMVt, u."_ ej.t of ,lo-.W znnl ;
be. denied tSevloe g Thirty-five of e h50 boy's at trot i Congressm, owe shats I
the school gathexed yesterday faced with a frustrating alt
with Canon Bettas when he an- tioe."
nounced before TV cameras that Ie said.- the Eisenhower
the paddle lnd been-abolished, ministration was moving tow
'He asked them It "It really "decentralization of cert*.w
hurt for anyi lngth of time" sponsibilties."
when they wire whacked. No "We are dedicated- to the be.
one raised a hand. _let that a more equitable shar-
Then Canon Betts asked all ing of responsibility between tSb
who preferred the paddle to loss I federal establishment, state and
of television rights to raise thet I local goyernmments is the way to-
hands. Thirty-fivle hands 'shot ward preservation of greater In-
into the air. dividual pportVnltles."
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