The Panama American

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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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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

Notes

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00259

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!Jt J6 Of Heaviest Snow In Years f ns Buried
NEW YORK, 7a* .P) tiled in the storm, which began achuetts the mercury fa
A second snows atin d N to11Wee sa.
Chbucic T rea, the already-bl A now fel on t na- ,big 1i carrier yte
fi petrate W lantic seaboard a it M ea tibn's cital, forcing au iiitleas w m unable to il for anti-stb- .
o 1 4 be-tine off Virginia today dlt Eat- to declare an.','emege d e in the Atlantic be- l
ho olal werd'a ern cities to il o the restrict traffic n M a mior s -a- ofr a y anbwfall at I r
0 ^iuag i latest ynowfa n years. street s to chaiM equipped a o et t, M., and
da L g an Sunday, 4d saly A congresle natl ts. ..,.
on MC" l-g--n. dqI r a Nw Yor City, an Army
P dFic sa~i the coIs tN# eassel be. -clearteha idore than was sent out
the people biting winds .d e'114ee 1 embe. u t clear tne e / VIENNA, Jan.42 (UP) At least T0" pg
o. .{ ,, authorities ,r bl d ,he .. a .ohr 1ere R4-00.oy liste n a c, ,or7b f
1 ~, .wwUl e one oaof aow orm for tI 471 tew ZL g d with s clear and feared dead tfday as tons of snow, r~.les
Dar ouh tthreough-oA an Carolinas. baum alerted Boatonlax to nhafta crowded ad /n aws in aie vat wys, cascaded down fn vP
"1j"-" "3 fthe'Wifr h duat0o Ma tO tha e .Boe On n fo den thaws tn Alp e valleys, cascaded dawn 6n vi
m fnechW' Tgoodwill ht ehe l Eotsa m brace themselves r Abair who ftoS in and farm homes thunderous aovlanchi. f-.
d. goohd Utou winter let a treacoou. Coating Three storms, two from 4 l.
ed month' tour An. 1 of ice and snow o lhw Great Lakes re ion, bore dowr n d d,.arl lishd d Uo a unh.
at Mexico sity. and city streets. 0iotuand$ bi on Massachusett. a t w hours. The. toll was in trw where
,Aireran, 'king part In the rour ht a short Usie A ter w.hen .
^z, ra ^cars and trucks.werdstald, lind -Winds u to 2 miles an hour t e t' i ....
litration will in- airline, train and ba achedul. whipped e now t fell in til wed eil ootp at slides tod ad d 50 pore victials to a death
Th ur ander3Jets, w-r disrupted ot thi w i.the owdthr already had ed Twelve persons were mis"
'Starsa and S e r eto, ab bi to achili feared bad ijp"the snow, slides. -" ih
>n ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^The layer of.onow, pqd kudas h.way of aii^ ana nt Switzerlan rep~re 17 dead- in n
8u; -. .aircraft aecom- rotlyr removal problem i. =,1 ..... ORGAijse no rax as Switzerland rppersns ed bi
jets r ei tou tef opl7a eia 0 ,el j e .Ibl t ta h to a hos- and fo ur d. Germany one man died whe
r.Globema expense of scooping ane off tou
t, trouses. streets In New York alone V n u et nunar s-torm ped by a snow slide.
% tinder the over- estimated at. $100,0.00 fo a I U." Malt .was re rtd in Newso
Il an e ftuben -C. Hood, of Albrook 000. ..In. : I utol mnl pJguption of comnunleat4ons as reas as weather
4 :a .' Ptiii eld. Up to 15 Inches of.gow ll '-eraons 'ee de In the avalanche d out tele- warned continuhi./ ti
SA from Maine through Deo#0 When Mrs. Roe sibtt 01 cut. To l ere d oed p anda os ph 1avala We
tin" n. IL. ori Itlner"try for tour Includes: and Tennessee. Temperuled in Ancon looked out of htb- cSn died on an et ed higewa and ral oada ne avalanA
*it 7,tU,,o Argelitth?, 3razil. Chile, Cubt, Texas and usually balvirylorida Iwindow shortly befaM oil atove exploded an' ra the p ility that other hie winterdth to
Dominkitai Republic. Ncara,. d d to freezing. morning, she Aw a stocky Il and prnan died of disasters may not yet have been rope's anowckedi
Sra pub of Pat s-hed fellow uticrewing ,att ac e tl.3 reported. windhed sep aud
SteJBrN ato and the banal Zone, Urugua, n and made impass le by her gien hose. thro .snow to =nk.als which fled oate


AeraOnZ8.Kti,* dedomin pie^ tiw *cne rr ke ;h Z he tra t ten
i .. .. .... .. .l r show n Wt iesuel. or htr ers.. H Slo awaretiletd She .said she ain. .ithou I)t-o
lt .-the MIAi -, 801140. rts fel,




|d o er a nt tal yeted, d today be-7 I- t ho. e nor roae. X ow eron bet f ?
,,-,,.-oa s- W, It l;e Selassie It.,.." I. W: +- ,,.* +.+ S.le ga i8
... ol.,a was accompanied here theyr ,e. ,nai ... Of l ,o .. .-r, .o person .Includin k.. E.. Mo. Jan. 12 .







"y JohnseP. ree- studyi aossible sonsolaation Ve wU1 b,^et th cristobal by JudgeE ar Alt m loun several children were reporte- T''wi'' and oldest so, of
f r~taohe Ario who'-fa 1s pal facillties. They said ._the United Stales charge d'Ahfs nwl, p ad en hm 4Illled when two avalanones m manufacturer were s
i here to h Tan any r-rvc dupca i WASHIGTON Jn 12 ( fair andMr.obert Mem- to send *As he na n hed and burled a i ttt of -or .gher



SS al Co. o(trertor It exlte, ^ f vestl .- The Whte Houetnounes nicnuer; d thoverior o( the CA- Two other petty larcenies and tr T hal nine brick hou e6 and a restaur- iit t bad and father,
a hpn Nor ir tudy todaythatrorHeel- nal one and Mrs. John 8. ey- a vagrany a t at a hrunl iat n the Monton he an't afford them. .
S.been mae as ye of Eth b vited ld; tan lOd st t -o valley of Austria neA wr the Swiss


at- uotedata "wn 0" an. the Harry .. Pau.o.; the Com f everT-thhe ee eontnued un|"it border. Mr. n-w. a


ri Tt gue of Preent Eenhower. manding Generis of the Carob- til the wo a ptychstMe. led Theirr*dee
e WO C 1 U .S. J.me ca- be. an 8 d Mrs. Horace aaa the Jue -Twel were feared kiled Jrt.n s B,..
V4 --td rSt stedhe toddror ten ls Mcsat. Col. and Mrs. orderedF made avaft. Wiat-Inlo NF Jan. 12 (w) when a n.aea mnow emS. .L
I".-''c -.Wd S theoceSolo, -the-Canal's 1 I kheDir b. Tr heUrited State horti crahat a a""w'y itton b' l
S1m. taf-n p a- t s19f r of protocol of the Panama- The othoe volve wit iend itn firtt htpload o t b n the a me a, their a A, I






togi her I hoard Afeio Ofke Caml1e- lstrhet wasedfnme abovmen ero to id pancs ca Auutrla' larg tflr" UUV ; 11U3
jotns. -h-ho _jlere l l a iolc rNui.e e., oil.__ romT the Omh. 9Paw sasCiori ob thues. remo.e.






*to'ff% B &S% I- gt= World War if. road "coote^;r" Mch depart aFAo2 r hcom trueo ks. afford to
WTe ch Ire un thy. a otp"e ow U ni d oif lobe -n Cm-yaua hefada v e r.tldtea ma w hica go in o e, o rdera tl. .
I e was J ompanldhere they wele r ly leresin 05Ofhim plainly isible t Waherngtnllb .b The eail Thiry- ps InclUdin a Mo lan. 1 a

e y se on o I Ct'i. uet n n e executive manon 'tee tarien will be join- w nihoulder. a- nr ban ta P ee bruary. wd ol




a theth a10,2from nept the It os cuitoli J.eor vyiting ed Initsd by Governor Joa d a-rlo aild t wa bis lunch, The trUt teload was de- TLOUI Mo Jan 12 (UPavala)cnes he mfcnt were
/e M at on 1 .ytrd h whto bed aUa i-sYa "thkan- he o tM,... allto unn Ro.q









rrens- r Hthe ds tr their realdepee to Blair Ba5 Cit of Colon. and It to the Poundi It contained taow t or *a period of hugpctue wahl Fncsh Jof so $l..
.,h ere +. nd *< nyn r-c dujiica w ou y Avf WAyG PaOtor anmo2 of Pana- the e lothes and t2" hammock yeae tn tor the .u r of conemned b.rld an .a. hol.c fo hg t -IM
a o r Iine t. rom the White House..ma'e taia. f.uard. roothed up a ann -al bmei wn n the brad o erw s and e a rav hd d's eerf a
rd H. "01190ru a n pi .i and toe w tedo dtate1 ntr says 14y, t g3 b S at in" t
ye-. of. r of lotr Fya today that wrnerr, i Ueite- lfttn sn,. tO di I try" va.n.nqe c talr y stk..wti.". we.. .... atlow Sri ua n tMah Mot, n f ..




oeen i:g sic of. hhe U.si thve h opldn t Selassie ~h-nr and Mrs. ofu siae id th. an2lan s,
theP Cc aBolit- Canalo Co hesCon- erthe 8-. ed.ta le he ., rn one ."
o, L- .res- Gulik-. seeta y a me Ha-' b a 4 ai H r e e itPa mp, Twwes indg reor ted i.d s A boe J r feeze r 5 PhMv "
Ju a O,. ;They oa an arri aerv Ti S.ry"d the -ir, ale dir y" 'e Ste s ho rtl a rin dheeaotr t
I I ?' W .e adaysex- the deprePtoncl aen o otanma" sad pe-1 "t at ta Spyi gnored'ma telp Breen office re-Twt-.o p.sIfteLn
L, p of StCbe But ays Rep. Vew makha. Cran fi(R-0.feon c lohlbet e D-W e commendation n ain wa tendt theadior .
to .. n afor rehf pLtour of thVSe t..atd Altman eon ertw u ral s e orpni5ere t,
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.arge o dlrem -W're tetrtayterft that thswloafdiecto Ats o bo Cr' rian of see warned to Fraoycottit ed a e.r aa .
Itntb i e t ge taf W h o 5ot 65 a. se o- ol oneed vtiy s oe m dn Hthol -resc ,es
of'Tof smemplor whof the CA nine brick tmhe dano t






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-l'L 2Vwth rea.r of mano worrr. e ca abinosrved that Ti ervie to i been seed that teA, ae a toe rs- me t f
.t 1f ndulcBor,er' A tn te s ust i mas n. "sedi"ii s wie htl to 6ee wwth ohih ebr other pand i e U to E ,
ie Sorl -12. f.ro e there Hcsoa rylrviitnebb r os wl mk v i lS M. Ja 12
on thef stae t s end on e of th Province etaly, e r a smken fro scr.' w asetr -Rieaen of .._ leam




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OUR lPRUM-- TH RAUM S OWN COL.UMN _The Detroit Mafia di %nt, o .
u its o:. attempt to kill Walter Reu-
ther it ot4orders .to assas- wre
s aate te fiery-tongued CIO chief d iwes d
T, K e d ar direct ly from the top of the na- -1u tg, ie
tional rimp'eombine, open spoken .
Te Me n ais e olaln pper m f dor a medrm e T be Pness Amer O The boys had nothing against up, ..len gl money thleh
Ln ers e emslvold ge s aefulll sad le d h iadied ia w wholl e1116 Rcuther personally, you under- o ed solen r De
mneo stand. But they saw in his new ml- f n tarm a But-
Sal the e ta leatm d en Ibe t It it dess't appear aI s itant unionism a threat to their B ler of o uaR eepu N
AI Am.se gee pubeleind i tbq er roe elved. lucrative interlocking rackiete ,lo d
p t b the lu plefes limited *to ppe lo nth, which experts believe bring them vent ec
-..h th e m n e wrie rs M hold ski lsted se idenee. almost two billion doll a r a year i .r- '
Oawsopeer sumeN a responsibility o l ft me em epinuio s in and around the nation's manl- Th
,kla w eeIs e4m h see.v moth industrial plants. .t., w, la e
e l g Not the least of their Income is, i aea 1e
the gambling take, on and off the price supports. I.F a
FAST SHUFFLE tr.:cks, and th- systematized theft law, tne u or m ty Mor uilen th e "
of auto and machine parts ich poratioIt
The title of this letter, the one you put on that is, should be, matches the multi-million dollar C ultuters nae? t .
oolan, Why?" I think Its about time Mr. Doolan, hes the "pilferage" on New York's water-. t eS

ratiA n h y lid hin mplon Its t b c at t away r omt M di Dairy AutofWork er nCon. -e t. ele o BpB; w 3
of the Personal Brewery, and I had a long heart to heart front.
an competent two an he knows what hem doing. T1-t's why they ordered Routh-me l .rt iarevt to" then
., don't see him as much as them folks who work In the Ad- her's death in the year between the ma elevatto th rea
B ration Buildin on account I cant get away from Mindi Dairy Auto Worker union's 1946 convent Ae p. and $i he
rch as I would like but from what I see n the papers e I guess tion in Atlantic City, When Reuther r 'leta -Tn as and Ttx
t have to worry about that much longer on account they are took only partial control of the I we: v"eral deli berate e sld to
to get Mindi Dairy away front me. Then Ill have plenty huge CIO union, and the 1947 par. ow mt, veral d elibert ain d at
e to get around an see folks like Mr. Doolan. ley, at N' ich he obviously was set irtda dealers o uat it with the air
But 1 get to see him once in a While. Ill never forget thp to- consolidate his power alter de-,V-
time I saw him. I dldnt see him very good. I was up there f. ting all opposition leaders. ey"wide open-. .
processed for employment an outen the corner of one eye 1 That's why Walter' Victor and ROLL CALL OF ry CONVICT re
aomethin sora skim by an I looked up an it was gone. I said Roy Reuther, as well as auto a t ,C T
the man who was waltin on me, What was tlat? An he said, union secretary Eail Mazey, have A a William F. Frell, v ros
t was Mr. Doolan. been urged by local and federal f DaUg s rteprfesentlate of their Fi.F graita
Slice to live. under armed, guard tr of the Agriculture Department, claim. resauin from thon. ,
a. ter on the same day I saw Mr. Doolan again an I knew behind steel blinds, wit trained moved t. vAgoroulty, uDoer iret
at the man meant. Mr. Doolan always walks in high gear an watchdogs and social f oodlights orm9ve i g Serotarous y Chtlda BUe ia,
low speed is more 40 miles an hour so the most you can see 6n garages and house drivew ys orders from ou e secretaryeod
him when he goes by in high is usually jist a blur. Like a .1 this was repug nnt to them the l olannan t o Vietioos: .geanieuaS drlet3
in atwcer. I had one of his assistants tell me one time that b. -the police knew that the mo CM t he eron, t .irw Teh:an al e
moves that fast even when he is settm still an relaxin but I vs .ater their families as well Four Me aerso j arwe l,00 f'* e. ho r t th.i
Sbeliteve that. nMr. Mazey, who evek now is pre- o b Four ,,ie dnl th f be colbctona a( wat. p, 2
Xat I gotta admit that a feller what moves around like that parMg t t srimash a mults pfil o with$01 edre -cl .
gi a lotta work done an I paint been tole that he goes to the dollar ganling racket in autfor The eaera Inc., Coverteaul A ok t.
urantatall,'hardly. plant. th a special educational ---.. ....... r,- Harold Tenner, 18 mortez ; H d .qed a 4. U
f trn t ,program, hinted at this when he Harold- *V I. 1;I
An he likes fer his employes to be smart an have a lotta de- test iie before the Kefauver Co m.i .. Tener, th orment ftro
an that a goon thing for Uncle Sam. To have smart em- rfttee. mon and $.0,00d fine. Otal to s.,h m aa. -.
S I that is. An I like that two, on account of its a good thing be r d the verne: $1, 'rd w le 5d
a high quality employes working for you Instead of dead- "V'i are .. opposed to inter. U p T h A nlt e th eri n t;S, 1'
what aint been put the fourth grade an ends up work plant gambling'because as long as Hermal Dawson, Fort Worth, ~ Seator
di eDaiytakin care of caows and such stuff. it exist-s, there is always the s- Tn, r t i, po a
But I meaning to ast Mr. Doolatn about some of the state. ibiityLof errupting the eona o 5 seona the e, W liya s,00 ito be r w a. -"'
fnts made in Mr. Boozes report. The one Mr. Newman aint read leadership our union, which can red overth nmon -
V1t I am sure Mr. Doolan had read. I would like to especially ead et t weakening of our us- p
tin boitthis. ion. destruction of i ts mora fibre; L. Saon, Sd Te-Fv that w -
Iand deteriorTtl. 'E.of good relation. At .the start ot a t.new ,ear him around the D bp- long drkw the blueprints for the world- ias ca s nd tbeo epindthe Cred i .oworhremn rlmaoi.&
Mr.Booze-says. Compared with five oter U.S. Government ships with management and the there. ways seems -to e an or. enough to grou oroush be.ter. Government. h dear. tor ttt
Mr.i e.sa1j s .were nared.withnu f e ohersa i o en m n o ubiewi wMazey,s ud in oe 'Ways Boe' to, e" t ean o rpeou h .r*nd h a rpegtr be tr ng Govprchaeu
ienes, 14 Jobs were analyzed. Then he says. aubli,' Mazey sd. dinate amount of grlugn about ly in th& ateets ahii trade There is also, it seems to me, too In other arts of the country, dat o r pite tu time
"Amlong lower graded positions, the Panama Canal "lacey wo d b far less inform- lack of fresh talent for executive which will mak is hiam-, .4eCtive, much emphasiS on certain training Francis Spe man of Roehelle, Il, every grain dealer i na
C muo --r "pays less than other government agent ed that we believe if he did not positioS, lacj: of creatiVe -genius A lot.otlgood young flet gets kt in closely confined fields. A god was. givn five yars in prispAhws exactly ho ow
eleg s r r out of five of those positions." "the ave in :nind the tie-u within thi business nd that and the be:aue the app eeip is so reprr en. oer anything rAm though lter revised downward; -naey, U hor
S y ys lo e than other governmental agencies in .alaof a iandfil o Detroit an.ld low moan about whither goeth long and so star a te cn- ympbny to a murder or a for- while ., B .of Carl an he ba t ra r
aR e grade psitns." "Among exective ps i o lfi Is controlled by the yout whe yesterday's crop of didate for future aba e war. A gIod salesman can Galt, IoWa, was gifen two ydars. is e a 1 ti
Stieapit -rewith tshe exception of three positions a the s Veh I olute evi fence ofa uch a, e yhu sd was et ra da cherish a wor iork fe s ei aa yt bing from. cheese to gir. ay abGove-e adM e d thels a resltehdn theo'
i and Air Fore, othe company ain pays *e b or t evia e h t a they blme is called ase an more immediately des. A go eeutive can run anyel ae nt a med tha o arlo
gb le than other governmental agenles. "In "e service a-tiat cs." ths alurative. sort.oLwraitd, once he's had tiolee r cavev .. w en thoeuands thL 'rltot a
ery P a Canal Com py pays les thanis he bane of theu yems nidngor security wIth.Jow pay, 'eNo er got treated better to case the field wi. most of the watehouse- if the grAin dea e
Im aM agen~e. In 9out of 14 positions."s A cont- wit Perrone wob n tehms minus he iead-and-Be es of by thnewsp r trade ot yeat m ja l, t Afoirmer Democrae- stole grain at
Woes iempenss~on of employqo of the Canal D9116havin attini tedtcarg- b,4-slia torprise; may o't av't, but can Ie p% oc- But today they ask t first oRff tic cul.
i U is betwie, apeuslmaon of em~pioyqs of the Caflal ed wf'hahving attemplted i 1e4 CO .bex. 0,., t os. as t a..p time the wl,,_t expeince you nae had in c A. 011u1.
san ether asgneaes In the Republic of Panamt "covered spired to kill alter Reuther. saib, at tod h ay ouyo61 th e prices 1la.0line, whou t t. hin. ueok ihdr osipethnceyouthaiifI
Sstadadised regulations in all G.S. salary graddes from s authorities also kno that n asiblne at"today' lyoungto mades w pit -ahor t e. am hadf s.:e particular lin thoutthinked
4 1 thre re that the gross compensation. is the -plant gambling mob is hed at want to take a lot of isks with = for the 1 Ofa $ lntn |At if yu .ha rine
Mr Somo Dr t. other abeni es tayng. t Zes employee am to the race track mob in D ietroit, iv ea tolstny w a fresh ra te tI SIItt I y -uld s ll Othr ..e es .
S' tes l es by sayln g t i ler from hch, it turn, is linked iwirh the will r ats tax er .o.-i.8cut.dre' S'
oo etliive positl its labor market." was this EAstern end which r. a higher cost of Iing. te. a A I ti ~ or l
S om right ktnow what all that means on account of it deed the crusading Teamasters Un-w uas a e o ea -e t teh thh a i.e an d
& Wpase the fouth g rade in a South Ne orktdWeTeamstersCon-- rPut-lthereeviwasaoo.l'ina9r a me e an betv Wo idl eo o ordi f me t t o nkFa
F N)r e one of Mr. Doolans circulars and they are pretty hard ion offizj.l, Johnny Acropolis, in ner a eM wa a s o tha r eeaMe
an haol to understand. ut iffefothat means what I think dthew orkrut BcheserCote would' relfis a bigger, better worse. I've beeq wiri firplOAnd, if the answer is positive, to ag him to hol clacM payment.
heauss, all I can at at this point. is, Why, Mr. Doolan, why? nion leder, ommy Joh ob, although I wo. e iee y P him eough to eat on whil hh lect this.pmoney,,
I Sadoe Sam ny was blasted because he coud htdffeIna a wee andpbutton, if it' spre e ent, anow. s prcthpese pin a p--~l b-esidelt. ora -y
g eiveIno haade ob end rd e o a touch And there talk iltin. the ad her no lak of talent in mer. The letter red part: Al
ne Yonkers race trlk. Ii where management, which is al 1 .,-Usng rhosiness, about lack .o lea. There t ees to be some th h you should continue pre ble to ob ubli
WILL TZ115 OARD TAIKE ANOT1HER LOOK AT ANCON? t omay He i wa s ao L ways ye ab out a deart o eae ai e .rout it takeCtme lack of imaginatio amopg a par ation of cases e ovlving, third tr o
m murdered, in- young hot k, : sort of outma- aci rac ce la d carpeen try mn on high in gambling that prty purchasers, you should nt
ei,, we- a e s a e u hnat e v w h w sa as, w I y did no h idg in e t o t eg e p
.ew that so many matters are up for re-scanning and re- vestigtors believe because h neavers i itself. au even can think about qual. some young guy -from the ticks, take ay f rmtive steps towau o d u clas f se
6 ,. In on th pe e rso na c nim e t way a way from sllth t rea th ot c a de. 11
l byalboa ,Hei hts hd the board of directors, I s it too watyine ob'pay a ma some as a thinker, jo grade withairy ear s, t turnout to the tutio of apw sults a i '
hope the powers that be will rescind the order to close territory nd around the same mn it seems to me. in his got to w understand the prin tomorrow's chairman of the
eleouse? ,ace track. Lewis Tmade one silly halormed stage, in order to keep cipl of mousetrap before he caa board. htg iy aone d d rpa On top this, the Dll
may sound like a ipuny issue in co ntroapt to some the mistake in an atea Where there ma a iice is rer remvd fn rth:is oe. u r -parm
d must ponder, but I see a direct tie-in with the Booz, Allen .D ma.gil. for error, He thought iee'is-Farreivl, however, turned h~is tiny to coect thoein ~
NWmilton report. The report favored and the board endorsedE uIhpe w as -Ltough ibugh to' buck the .s. sint eafs over t been fired-for ecoue t ly.
emlainuannce of "community services." mob for power because he was the r f is t patasmnt ad it reported that
There isn't a town or community of several thousand people .and cur aiu n rader et hoics y s i ie at Of t cials at thejustile D l
'l tht a Mnymatterso r e- nnn an Dro vehi m hun b reds of thbeoaus d rht t'.ad ai ajir- fflbe 5 s t any cu n will beone poa- to e youn'y perea tinet fiun .gr w|it h thes nwhlding p ais fr Is
Sw ein the United St. ates that doesn't have some kinde of of d6 e although h1 e controlled uP mo oe n te b.. e Depart t
Sn- prce4 eatery and a convenient spot to buy beverages, H m pA ri toe snp the aa m
Sto acO and mal a uies. cn Typical of his'tactice s was the alms anyway li t I I
n d o atb hr I t lob bratcohgive emplnrou s aand their rr- sW TOg -e EA chih -e w a b only fitr ees I e aa.. m o a P rAL
iieng *Mn bo ld Ip wuI M take a oa.- 15 Republican clta omen id toen di 2uIg 1 e
'toa mt, .s T F the uitay *iers air DMLLan OFFICE wi119*E
S InVW oItes. tlheydm l o adrgstore, al tela- m a-d be shaken dpwabr n g po sb dpe tmre ons reveReting I n the Senate to put S tetaningoma rell, who secured i Premier
,' n The ds art m tseto aor o eat $,o-wearhousr courseswerSe iosn iora-Knowland h oof Cal-tIt pee r'omt wi ted -tohdte SenatdeG.P ,a.s, eyMetnhl rBi-eiiAeLalo a hiio Dea
ls e a department store or ready-to-wear shop. ripped tnee or four times, the a liornia than any other one man. W 'Senator t nowland was comnttHe*. ast of these ch men mambte- therBe6a veausitad fz Iee I t
The Ancon clubhouse serveinve investigators put into this a a suoeedn vet lateSe n. Ro bert A lead S nator Taft, ther e ae was alnd has edy bears bet fL Fturne
e to be scrape as an economyy ve. And h on by the International Taft of Ohio te problem aof get o g as to its wisdom. th mve. He prp ve e t ose up te the pn
it be te Ial to close It? Because after having spent B Midiiing Servic.tnion chief, w. ting a recognisab pa of the Thq Ca a21 is oly 45. He has that there be more me tI the aIs ofce erely-legely as n
i to gewhs R ive a type of serviceZonans didn't pre liam McFetridge, have- discovered President's program put e even- been in the Senate only e glt years. Re an Conference, eomy steve-and ombine it inudi
r an of things have been done, and in particular not to nHt Lewis pain a gasoline station diided ler house of Congress He is ) tio means an elder states- elu a all GOP senators, n. with the ttpRook, Ark., office. ed Amnare F lan1, ear old
0.so that this operatin will show a loss on the books and alkout $11,000 in eCob for "auto- will depend o, his tact 'and his tao- raus f the. orty. HIe is in fact ch ipahip of Eugen. n However, Farrell and his staff Socia4 e1ormer is the
will hence be an excuse for clo g It-down mpble gas" alon the union's ticS It is no easy asignment.- junrto St its membes In pont Colr h2is would oeveteep, many them wr choice for premier of t coun

ve the Ancon community, and the US agency employee s who For toat kind of mowneh he could whether they were alb-out, pro-Ei- msa se Senator K.iowland w.as O- r pu ina Sm e DLANCE S ,-. l
in Panamae without a convenient, luse lbahs i this: One or have fueled a flees of ThA luxd-y aenhower Republicans or not, 1* never Tait man. He was a Gov. Knowland's favor with the Old r d a
n taps two Americans dnot on the Isthmus today- conceived airliners areanethe 'oric --severe would be fou d that they were al- Earl e .e. .Sen. Richaed Guard is that he hi p olef does notS E LAN ES By olbra th
hctget idea that it might please Panama merchants I club- times. Of course he got a kic most evenly divided. M. wa the enhower nan w always t see eye to eye with the ha, i ..o...__ e. t..


aw I just don't believe ths Panama government has asked incys. Then he got too big for his alf a doe.i more senators leaning senho.er-v..-Taft struggle, Senator over Conmumuists n government

Wly not try to make the Ancon clubhouse a paying proposp- they had him depart this earth en it tI' ught it would.-
Wd the eA loves who are entitled to a community epot of a hurry. So the Senkte really divides Se n arer Knowlaun. himself mini-
e, If you'd run it right, and qulL these eternal renova- There is ors man in Detroit now not 48 De locrats, 47 RepublIcans mie 5 ditrlion He believes the Ie pitt more wn hAsie
charge the 30-year-old building as a high liability who can tell this entire story- and onc i eprobedent Sen. Wayne Re ana must and will close and t ss on Europe ath Pr e
i the place could pay, observe the treaty, and give h Se rvc b network frot n8 e srse of-the ran If teils 'ppens to sa, de- dh .t does'rd foreign m stin atuove s-
rto wanted by the people who are entitled to it... I deep inside certain labor circle, It may y ri-y be divided ino pree r, -Sesator nowl. against emdniist-jeteue op.
Please. Mr. Johnson not iibI have fouled their a Inst, rg ato sad as aj d hostely 50 senators a leao m will be one poses the Presiden lpat to fun- d
through to tht top of she crime syo- in a theorethfl majority that might e O t enough Democrttys i n fe defense contract dpe.ss.r.r
diate. That mtan's life lid been be expected to responsivee to the for a majority vote on the big Is- ed areas.
n beN an exc~uso l tow, threatened by. anonymous phoeu Pties.idnt's lee ip. stes. Ijun a .S4 a Francisen speech The test of his veness sad

urer of a suspended Budding Serv- play it Resa.- la this group t t ce. prospect or Demoas libusters
S Tmd LeNG ice Union local. Recently he es- would be counted the more liberal S m ite'- h riowland's leadership on such issues as lan state- --S Di td he m b' rck'--"onn rn on do c iete up sideuo Pfa, e v t chaln e at h odS-gl1.bo ts.s.e.'

tishsn benon t.have killed. That dolvd seew togive- t ee Ei- ara I of Indiana, a suesd ikp St. Liee thae vay, the .'- -
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MAD&^ 5- -LNINGOTON, M*., Jan 12 shooter first killed WiUll a. Way -
,-,..,..- --" "" PARIS, Jan. S2 (UP) The (UP) A trick-shootvng Negro mond Dick rd, 25,, store lu d
cont-averAial3- a '-Army ho vowed to take "four white keper at Cozburg, 10 miles ed ut t
S. .. ..... quetiM was the decive tma- men to hell with me" and kill- southwest of here. following Noel after
h'r far tar as France's National AS- ed three in a series of week-. aument Saturday night. et away '
t d -t.o a4mposs.Byrdand Deputy John Pat, .h
it.- said S 3e deputy li he presnt- v.SSemd Into the w fodad i rmMa o IS then tallued Noel te Nt If ,
b eSoed 14 changes 1 members 3d themselves. as formal, can- aecon south o h ambushed and Malone fet wodm a
S, R' m .con-vea Dem.crats. digtim for -the job being T1- ouEi d dldie Noel, 28, who learned mortally wounded. llw wril
forHl aaea ent-condse Taflt- cOW 81-year-old Edouard his deadly accudcy *hootln gBd
U to i wore n la denounced Herr o as held the n latches out of wife teeth Byrd id he ruiaed Malone thed.
Sn w .ee- lead "sound" but since 17. .with a .22 caliber automatic to a hpital where he died, .
33B Aaagrting the laMw--_ ean be e to ?r in agerJ^ stati 1ant Herriot hs wleflekilled a grocei, mortally -nd then the nheriff ads Noel' lu ie, klew otal
drastl..liovati -btale_ oh been a strong adversary Ofthe wounded a purse lng deputy and bloodhounds put on Noel' ed Sunday aid r
S' enae Deot er for protection o f werein Eopean Defestae Communty hot down another man who trail "never i e
overIa- on B. qhon T t.) at trikn ~~unlon for- eat o thteredta fladuitr In his osition at the head o attempted' to arrest him. matches m r
Pre aides program would give months, easing th t r.eqion gao malerli Is Assembly, has helped block -Thre othoerswere wound- A posse was organized and Byrd li o hl
faarmera *eas. protecho nfor darboy cottas.. M requidmo?' Wench approval of the EDC. ed by his accurate fire. three of Its members, Joe been In trouble o
Moneyy" HoI=locra)l lead-. employers to they are-no ed-'that em erpr fer 2 irbi. Noel. armed with his rifle. mtpwart. Andrew Smith and la. the ate S
sit 501 R Ri (Tek.) oamd Cmmunistas. to a .oepNL ablsremaiont presented aup- was reported to have "enough Tate Green, surprised Noel at he lnae salt t
Cong resswould nots*g ave up" eHe p^ dat t rs a prftrs S 90 per eat arit80-d unios be brred rportun to grab off the Job Members of the posse car- escaped in a blase of gunfire, treated there.
h!wr p d boae ots t eIn then France second in ted high-powered fle, s hot-
I ad llte an tl. H ouseose h iue allowed -t abe omm ht- Arikte st ar. the NCH RADIOS EXCELSIO S .
salti.M would ai only the Taft- a "laveN tempers from ud t he Roman CPmid Noelb adt ola friend he was
pro amwas would be iatta- Now on rn economic str The l Parte (Mtosucceed Her going to "tugh fourth had Noel LUX VEIPPINETIAN B NDS
Se. orge A h (R.-Vt.. d the M- bolif a- Labor hat i Ind E of eurt wrom Alsare and an ta- cornered n a treth of cruel
n of the enatford R. Hope Agricul o mendm. W said e we d the law co the .'.A v 4 the youngt didorte r o u- wood near. purchased store's an- P



w^55 ,.,/ _r C te5e and ou. oo. make. a. 'ls me or," and the had *t er, He had th o e ,ar h e. o-ho arc, ,,
b-to toi exile law schedulfeord e ble" to labor. label hro ed to se e backing of remier Joseh La- of tiehstoke area today. 2fmuh EAST STREET No. R


an-nSt pr~imrw.d o effect next year, defended Oar union leaders were He also urged niel, o was repaying a debt yrd said th Negro ai
"" '.... .eorge 11Alkii (R.-Vt.)40, ed te pr' a."pidling a- Labor nhab said Io .of jurist from Al" and an cornered in a stretch of scrub
012. Irmanof theee A gricul" mendme4 4Bthey would the law could be -imndi vowed all-out. iupoorter of Eu- woods near his home, began PHONE 3-1713
va Oore mlttee and so-author of not makete t w awholeso 6 or busting," and then baifd ropean 'integration. He had the a. wary house-to-house search AUTOMOBILE ROW No. -,
be lut=b law scheduled to accer able" to labor. Qrovied to seek! 1Wf .EAS of Temler Joseph La-' of the area today. 29th EAST STREET No. ""
amdtake eftect next year, defended 0otr union legfers wete He also urged tinC W el, whio Va repaying a debt byrd said th begro sharp-
the program as "the broad basis shocked.by tbe.pr sal to have injunction and secoD incurred last. month when MRP
Ai:e h f or the best and soundest agri- the govemma conduct strike clauses also o labor. supported him in his futile bid
,.fm el culture program we have ever ballots. Undiok spokesmen said Present law requireM e NLRB for the presidency of the Re-
lmi^Bt'lorthetr had." the leaders-were surprised at the general counsel to seek anti- public.
4.I implication they bave not .copi- strike Injunctions In secondary The second candidate was
re lra Langer retorted that the Pres- ducted strike votes fairly. They oycotts. These .are union boy- Andre Le Troquer, the one-
T. El- Ident had said during the proea- .aid they had never heard the cotta of firms notdirectly In armed former Bocillat Mayor of
Swill dental campligh that "he was idea discassd valved ina strike. The-President Paris and. letrtWatios chtef'
o-Intee" for 90 per cent parity." Mr. shower I his me- pe that such ourtorders deputy. The .14 -y9 6-old Le
Seiasoni He said th apparently was age, said there Is no g that be eft to the discretion of the Troquer's work as ting dheair-
coe ers,-and only "camp an orasory" because affects aa ploy "so a eneal c man of the ofVersail
I o otin ert s.r there is "nobtinothi in this pro- R3 not e H ecadedea "true ndg 1o*hich Wihmtf-No 'I t cnd 193. w k h W
a leinferne he grai that carries out pros Is called on ati.O" we ott"Indo a.bWe but m t1wu hihutn -. .
it.tpt -all"'Iof made by the candidates isen- "In such an Important dec- the law should not banuiNon&ac--mwoenth wo plarmnd
liw s reved by bower." ion," he aid. "he should have tion against an employer doinw hit i de pofpular 'Dud Elctic) S, A
i, Sppoe b The e program, wa backed a put to anp.hs s, "larmed-out" work o a struc poU ul u port rmallsdes. (Electric Distributors. Inc.
,-.',. -., Senate Republlcan leader Wit- free by secret ballot un- employer, or an employer on & The third candidate wa(b
al weuermon fe els ,lani I. KiNwiand (Calf.) ana der government auspices." construction project who is do- Marcel Prelot, a Pria law
esemnte i ort house kP leader Charles A. One union leader said "the in work on the site of a struck professor and member of a r the m v its and ff
M RE a. e tne Halleck( (ind.). Knowland said government Is getting Into the project. uast faction. He Is violently announces the moving of its store n o fcs
t k,'very serious the program faces "the econo field of labor-management rela- opposed to the European Army
'a!t W l make the mic face of today." Hallek call1- tons more than ever before" Cr n and 1 determined to have a h* w hat Ancon Avnu N
lso, loke clhld's ed it "sund and effective." rather than withdrawing as the esr M strong presidency at the ex- which haS operate. a3
l administration has advocated. br *i pense of a weaker assembly.
.ea e under nmmedi- Sen. Ricliard BIL Russell (D,- Republican congressional lead- A a. A leading dark horse can-r of "H" street across fro the Auto
on.e ftldry Ga.) safd toheprogram was"more era endoret the proposal. en- r didate was former Premier Paul COrner O ree, rom te
;Willam o (Nif.). favorable to the farmer than I. ate GOP leader William F. Know-. Reynaud. But Reynald told his
Ill asid.Mr. oervio- expected" but "not completely land said Mr. Elsenhower had T friends last night not to puh Servic Co.) to Peru Avenue No 72 (50 yards
lca cmnpalpa "prom- sats actory" steeredd a difficult course with |.f l Tl10 1 his name, and he was consialder-
,..,.. great skill." He called the a- ed a possibility only In the
---, mndenw- labor aessi nd'the periowi stwo.) J g evmt of d from the Bello Vista Theatre where its Branch
a rm qamuel McCo eand,. Joseph Clelleado NORTH AAM aa (.P)-4 Store ELGA" has beet located.
OIL Jr- (R. .) of theHouse "The Cobta Man." is scheduled Hairpin Turn, on tie Mohawk Trn*
minded people will e aforwo shows, 42 fatal automobile accidents.
the President's moderto ap- at and9'SP.1.
poachh" TeeM aiI Treti dadlan
*Senate Democratic leader Lyn- Mrand. is a control


top. the Senate LSo -e u -i O. WiL. l
........... not ing Uaa,
vote p a "very bad fea- th Apparnl's at the El"s
ttr I k Cl.ton -Is amaci
Chairman H. Alexander Smith Misa aL d's ad loupan
(R.N.J.) of the Senate Labor HC)^J^ hayS bno gw
Committee promptly introduced Both hav. been touring with
*.AO O $legislation to carry out the Chief alemendota'for aboub a year, ac- -
Executive's recommendations. compai .bl.'l R his p er-,
Si u N oosstillayparedfor c led for the N ni East Iand ian mo n t of the large
oabnesdy fRid e texture, atheaters.of KIng Jamaica.


.*t aod s~ralc tr color. T e fooda a W l s optaon t. .-after a W a o sns


Smade i choice fresh in redient, 1^ | 0t no d &
str ikedastarts. rate nh dinewsoer o ther than In|ad-,er
Sn ance as proposed by the Pe ecun cof
deient. sde nddhyypso s and' t dances, says he is
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e7o odei pou repard uniformy odT porm whoi ch bo heea .ou 5
Sbonishi rHs.T foods for or baby ansa aton at am, complete separation n
ad a tu aII olors. heon foods are eW dd :of hrm iso bsof 50 "Th, mk.rs of U'CKY STRIKE hi s.d y
St made oue the -in| tas weom, you oncc morUan to Pan"mtl .f
A.theynIncreased I '1953 1 "
Sron predicted thatiew the current hop in years past, you wi inllerjo to
c u ilned in i eating M detachew his o
S.... JIU-mten -e n -world popuyeefear no ptl in-lithe e ecution of---
St Ioo Lhe nis lemariable featst, eewypakdt B O"N-Iarsb."ateasily




U pre1 (dPeTlie world' pou lataiong ( Wo hv- helped sponard it. En-aoi u
deliious aOndS W.ii y aincrseaed by 25 million In 1953 To Cobra Man and his troupe




i sii H' in populahs e baya m g at i rate of a- pear at the nanto wie r you feel like a -ood m .
f-teednt y a ne conjuncton with two W;
-r tnen.a re an(twistingihe oxtremitiesliny i
ti.l b uefure Be a repoi- and o s CeIolat" hTahe makers of LUCKYtnSTRIKE-cir-



World popultlon o 2 1-2 him cla f h p
o net ubr e yars ne. tho tournament competition as much ns.







The annual edditlon of a- miles south of here early today g gB HAPPY 'O LUCKY .
..-\ / i bout 25 mIllion persons "adds by searchers who had been I


enormously to the magnitude combing the area all night. His
of the problem," It added. name was not immediately made |,
The Bureau suggested that public. LU
the answer to the world's food Two other pilots were hospital- 1 ON o m DE VICMzo. tw L K S
problem might be found hm Ied at nearby Rhine-Main air. time wI.n ts Im f em
variousl syntnetcs. base for treatment ofat minor in- pen; l f As
S Te bureau noted that In- Jurle reseved when they "ditch- 'U "wbom as
dia leads the world in her d" their plane at the same Mi s '1 4 L ,... 0 ^ O 11dS
heroic effort to cope with over- te. three men, on a routine -
p opulation. erfiveoea onThe three men, on a routine .l
population. Her five y a flight from Mareille. Prance, to
plan clearly analyzes the Prob- Municla,. were unable to land
SgF em,^ and e government bastee re beu.e of the w ether.
allocated funds tO begin to They m ade a try for Rhine-
cop. with it." Main. miles to the north.
It said failing birth rates then pareehuted because their .
Itaiy and Puerto Rico, P- fuel was running 16w and. they
dominantly R sa CAliO could no pick up the ranklurt
countries, icopre e ladlWa- field's "blindi4andag" signals.
tiona that ao i uder-
stod cause n naAtheY om Teais Drvier .
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amag. whi hdemihty .of or P denies that
the was is rs pe driver i g age are a
soare all. If tae S ami e.
Sramp in rope M O fw in f recids" be'lsd. "danot
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iteat turns your lead to his advan-
SA k NNE b tage. Thus, if he pairs our card
i poJ Oh c w.ill ,-1 Tiyou re in go9d position if you
hewt aps Oe willsse can turn the pair into 'a pair royal
new ap om te (three of a kind). Or, if your op-
u ry, dqpctifng the Iaat.. ponrent makes a 15 of your card.
evelo in.Frech da- are in good position if you can
ion. From top: "Mystep -IV' te a three-card run.
the latest supersonic jet gh*n'; Thus, for example, if you have
"Magister," a twin-jet traner- a pair of kings you might lead one
ghter, and the "Provi dece,". a of them. If your opponent plays a:
double-deck air cargo freighter. king, you can come right back
Switch the other king. It's risky to
lead a 10-point card. of course,
because your opponent may play
a five to score a 15. But if yod
o odhave two or three 10-point cards
in your hand there isn't much you
scan do about it .You're better off
leading one of your pair Lkan start-







Lal~ small cards ^
ing -with one of your precious
small cards i
If two of your cards are a nine
and a seven or a nine arid an
eLiht, you might play the lower of
those two cards. If your opponent
FV"2s0 Hw e",makes a 15, you can then play
the nine to score for a three-card
.Sen. l res inlndu, rdit run.
This puts you into some danger,
-Maym rM wilhelviset to be sure, since your opponent
may extend the run by playing a
T six, and you might be unwilling to
EL take this risk in certain scoring
positions.
S Fqr xamvle. if both players are
P TAiery close to the game score, the
7th AV '. player who counts first (non-deal-
sata s -NEW YORK
Sh:u ier) should avoid giving his oppo-
S7I 1IES SU[A AT IA1IO CITY nent any pegging opportunities.
6ble Adred: T:HTAPT The dealer, however, should try
to peg as .much as pnsible in
order to win the game before his
opponent can countL
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Fulil, "..d o, 't-. "f';l o a "
Members of the rie anr P s
SR nd Alexandr d, i p r dot tht best Imprelon
rr. Feinland, vl ilim st: ai3 "
Professor Haabm Januwitf pialans.t.
-General admtisian is oI.00 stu-
dents 50 cents ","i i keeping with .
th. n policy of the. 8-WB .Club, A R a mwldg et: OAlfat" sports ear above will be raffled oan. 27 at the .Ctt ral
There wilbe no .am san charge Thee',is the anounbed 4 day.two other ptises wil be raffled on the bsaen
Sjfor military personnel night a koundI cket to Mexiceo and 5In casl*., All tickets for the iaffle have been
r ..1, distrite, 1 of theirr Cntral Theatbr, but to win any of. the prices pations must be
o,-itplag ShudT rup Notice present on t i tof the drawing. (Advt.i
J.l" ..Mrs. Harr Paine, Chairman
of the Th~udra Morning Study
Group of the Canal Zone College .
Club. ba- announced that the fir$ s .' RU ILE S ar-
4 S5att1lW homre of Mis. Caiofen .l Fip V8 T Otulfli|
S~b lkeil at Los Verdes i nTa a."N a ja 'ig GLS
bres io Thurday.. The'hostess TN a MAGN G GLASS.ON
be auis d s by Mrs. Edwin M. UBBY'S VIRTUIES for GE
+ ) i + '."r o you have. a mental ei -
S. will be served the guests lg glass reserved for the exls-
L- .IMI I : N D R | M .. 3R n T D Ce the ta m Ama 10U. li es tsa'r ean g o in n w*
b0 am. and program to od r purse.otexamint g.yotl h. hulE
LIE UTENANT AND MKOS. BRUD WLIAM no-, includes- talk b_ Mr Cossra B L .ds fan t. .
teir' 1 leartl Clb"L their o ma in rriageege io.a rl Club- wtnB Lots a? our ha ..inr \VM Cl ub
.ai I m rludian Clofete tig nt a e laas or soaIC dA r they CN L .. 21 E
.l .,.. I 'n. a held tom -dw at the Summt Golf Iewly-elected through t," Iud e in s tCrossroadheSh- ?n t 1' i

ara n f the A C eIe- eedor ut cheonad members ; a ireie V se 10% as wes or sole. A fater thecie ol mleve CETA AE E

-DIN ESTA RiT d es Doe a, Wives Corli wil be Cana l Att or ln ftAnd t a ld their omd' CEU
het ST In tw atheum itolf I or N P 1ewly- lectd o athr o odto and caThrvin e iktir- d
emi- 1 e. rMlde, C- b Re-iFtlonl g may be made e. ,a w-ioseAa .selves that little falits are ai .big 1' e



Ing whaleal Oti willb Radi Leu' toin wit the a ofd davrso Is n m
Sf i Iy hMrs. Weldon. 2-170, are K s a chapter em- as they seemn throF h that han dyosme _tsr r
.F7-- ;'ar o, 3l f it Panama for t, e 9bs- "afn o the iunchbon Corn- ber of the club.-ad Aag sfrv- megnifying glass, they sit down -E d N


ThII a eor wih 6ne of the Mmbers ed as its preside w- e be-e add write me revem)leg lo htett, e t h 1, your, emplo yer,










r, ra rudpres re by 7 In-te -d fault anaraeh t51& d L.sn"5-0 eo moni che a- his ork o t lpeo
l te Ms oa ftof er committee, Mrs. R. S. Fix- forr sce ol Ad the faults are h ed all d n't od te wen i
an a he a ? a POU. on a^ c do e oe s b nn a atlet Cristobal, neri Rober lt at ia A
SaAlr eook 1Pi98, or Mrt. P. Wr. 1948. He is also ties1i e P Ot of loportln a.' he ere msaer- offaie to sanke at their desks it
_ta, b Iere. h or a Wa ker, 2-1G47. Follow nludnecheo munlca 8ins mana for the ably tma and sometimes even isn't a good idea. forI a woman
a tertainment will be pe- n Rad e-eaue' nwit the Ideaof divorce be who s constantly meeting the
li I. n h e laie '' zone area, emee their husbands nevei want to public to smoke at work.
ielan Jrck M dn.. C Ble ltch ofGsLit t ot nh, o the evening, or don't










r r NT*M h M1r.,n Sata bw Suer th enWhen ofe T tha ohert bosgoi-he fi
Rinnd I. whois Ga o o r D To.pP Otaor oiB e 'oe to. e lu led on, aftr 'like a child," or doesli't ma the best Impression .*




.Lorga for 19 -r'.are R. D.... Hel erion Wo't Zl as much as ena woman irn a bns offiip,
a rgrdals ire Mr he Spltest'n Panama KZeAn ra, d Co Sol, vice- d like to e tc. ,
iv-last veni be Acting and Mrs. Joan E. Schmidt of An-. Group, co posed of .Point Fou ident: Robert Ellerick, W40 ?ld e, et. *I ..
s -lW N Program Wives, is sponsoring an a --'- R oet Jo, ag Fhe a ke t
. Fftnth N- Istrated talk on orchi s R o etary;. Robert I niifant Fat
Z tWe borl, Gn MargTWrgtoun- Sorh Tohae beewh
.J GMPeo n P4ate Trh.oAnd rs. l h eI 4eld tomorrow eve inglat!'t5 BuI born, bo sis 'f M"' a 3.. I






S a'tertal the home o and MrS. W fiaioi n m CO- u
uemswlltelofBI rotoh r .also P dof Mdrea rlta 'Graebted, all ofr itse are. fault- o.h..dwP' "p"
Mr. sI Mrs. It. A. Deve"s H., Rt al Deprtme o man ager from-a Woman's point of view.
o l, ;were hoAss for a coetail party giv- Ila Vista.'Gues il-Inolude hi d- iv















ady evi t a a ord mee The club meets twice a to kee a woman feellg sory
Cuca'b willonor ob11ie ft" lager rll b he sluhnoeeu .iffeetn borotl i
d.ba. Cabo e ;,le 91eL. H. Mr-salne, Rik )w o.AI, on the "u second and herself or to make. a wife start
.... nde iL ~ b adt th we A o. Tuen .l e Pi iectlve thinking about divorce. A.
1 WEi. 5M. Harrys'swn llbe. -t tZoe. tlaain." pd visi-. When' they got that big the. wife
1"W d '- at esdernr, Dunb an Ig oiep areD ,vs wel- bas been usao her aognifyipg
esker. Mrdchtvatln, will an t come.,,, PA .qa,_g and r t
V 0 orchn .o r will buhe
.....' .lT earge cp 'st how gbig she can make the
of oftheRain faults 'appear. asl
-alh re wohanm TiCuve bof New feb wIl or lipsthatlook nat-+
cl' .t b using -a magnlfying glass on-your rally lovely hous h Iager.. foeqI-a... '
.. o',ot It, -.o ..td *._ on-m oA t- .
0 pnm It ite .'atsvernbodyho saying fry Pondt"Ve.Lips."
orr C'oMe Ard "t en-omike you eieser-o .r d"-
.e hoth u able. sThe po b 0 now formula mqkes lips stay'' ..
E.aamshptrpo h Itrofiytue.n ac nfisreu1n5tIither get1iad hof'"that mental
u1i .. counclmen Is magnifying glass or turn It ona smo ore tempting, kissable-
.oe s ...l .beof icr o ef xpcted. The, plsldent, Hari- new subject, your husband's good so much longer And now-Pond's "Lips"
ue--tthelomte will maet Fr,-fieers af uaies ood W. an announten ae glde
naMiss Brtiekmaan To AMdres nama Canal Department o( th ful agenda fo t, nesi om in an n nw golden cn..
s sto Woe lr' ityb, -". aetican.to. All reas blI s the a'ra are Backfire
106. iis Dn : I aAsst ir-vtted, 'Ud *, ber Welcotne MUSKOGEE, Okla. (U.P.)-City
ant Director of the V 8-J W Bolard M-eeie -We"dneqdae n
Armed Forces wService Chter La A Btrrd meeting of the. Iater- present sug tfanager Clay Harrell. wan't hap-
SRoad, will be est speaker ,eriean Women's Club will be py when four different bootleggers
'the Balboa Woman's Club' A be it CIb Headquarters, An on. RI O a- Uvhering a bottle of whisky. 'An
held Wednesday at 9:00-;'rM.- at President line Donovan. has re- the orders. joker had phoedchi in "Wic-nI
.,the USO-J. Coffee will be ter.- jested that :U board members w the orders. Harrell called the chief
.,._.. e id to members and theit guebtA. Ind chairmen of committees beVhU .Irui hr of police and started raids that
S y'-- resent. ..netted. $4,000 worth-.of 'contraband
:Dr. Compbellei To Lecture Ttly liquor. -toifw fall
.Dr. WRlldam Campbell of the fa. Bingo. For Cur'nd
cuTty of the National University of Womas's Club 'C',- i
PIa, wml ak tomorrow- at The Curundu Woman's Club will .... .- one
'In-0 p.m. in nited tatesin- hol a -bingo party for members (UP)
; p iNo. roo a were de-
rmation Servon "Modern In- a Their guests na at Charleston
d~si." The ieettre is sponsored by 7:00 p.m. in:the Curundy Commu- Na Is the Charleston
Panama Chapte -of the Inter- qity Building in place .of its regu- ny's proc"am '
1.,_1hjo anitiodal House AsSoclation. Jar morning witeiig, ELAc) person tA Ole aisrro w )!
.V' oic -attending is aRked to bring a f and Negro edhployes-
~meha' ?,'P~e Com-mittee To Meet "white elephant" to be used as A at Sout.ern naval n.ta.la


















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| jil The opening gume of the Fai"
SHeafner Not 1 ch Teen-Ag Bball Leage
=," *' _- __ j were played Saturday at the Bal,- Ini l a d iesW 1 T.lff---. l ,
|--0- boa Stadium, with Adalbeit _____________
SThe greatest show on earth in the world of golf faheatmakig the first pitch -
al in its own right to that of Ringling Broth- The first me went to the
in the circus will be witnessed tomorrow ,aiast theConjos. red Har. M ike KurikoOW f J]im I 0 ,aT-
P th poon at the Panama Golf Club when Paul the wni pitcher, gave up on- ya
ahu, sensational trick shot artist will perform. lion. Hayden losin pt Advance In Sm otParedeBo
nicked for two hits, a double by -,-, q, ,
fTfu'd have to see this show to Vallarino. B. Cor. Winklosky --the only extra base
oeve it! If you think it Is 9:30 Clark, A. H. Comd. hit in the game- and a single Gb Go lf _o r T. .. B
.ethed read what the Valiance. W. F. by Hotz. aG,., f O .o ',R' -m im ,
t personalities have to Van Vie. G. The double play of the game
p i hv 9:40 Wood, John was from Harley to Winklosky -
oerto De Vicenzo. 1952-53 Workman, A. to Schneideri W i n sADy -EI | _o- -.
Open Champion. 'It s Shine, D. Maj. The secondd game of the, dou- SMOOT PAREDES FIR Bl' : OUTH FLIGT. T
show. Hahn is a fine fel- 9:50 Belden. A. W. bleheader went to the Pumas ROUND MATCH Bleda vs Novey :
Hermann. J. v. ho beat out a 4-2 win over the Mike Kulikowaki downed Ace DesLondeD, Jr. vs 81ith oc"
d Waterman. The Great Tope. R. E. Ocelots. Winning pitcher Owen Goodman In one of thh feature Hamilton vs Mannl. .
eye of radio fame: "It's 10:00 Robinson. H. 0. Putherland gave up only two first round matches, .and .it Gramlich vs Holla Pan
short of great Miller. P..R. hits in six and a half inning., looks like Mike will be the serv- FI.FTR FLIGHT ber
Mangrum,. former IU. S. Manning, M. H. -ingles by Nahmed and Crook: ice champ of the Isthmus if he Kincald vs Blcer nd
champion: "Paul Hahn Sutherland was relieved by Salas h,lds up long- enough to meet Baker vs Craft .. ,b
tbe best golf show I've ever A meeting was held Monday who retired the side in the bot- Maj. Shine. Bu n. s Vs Mahone hur
morning at the Panama Golf omn of the seventh. The losing Bib Jim Riley took his brother Medinger vs Van ler
kr Burke Jr. leading money Club of women golfers interested pitcher. Kirchmeir was also re- Georp, and it look e Ja s .SIXTH FLI cut
'er: "It's the best I've ever in scoring for the forthcoming lved by Mendoza. The Pums at least champ of theRley Joren vs Murpby cut
,a Open Tournament. There will be collected six hits highlighted by famuy. Dller vs Burke '
W Hamilton. former Nation- two official scorers for each Pro two triples, one by Salas, the Crocker demonstrated that bs Louis vs Thorton the
.G.WA. Champion "ll buy match. The draw for matches secondd by Wills A smooth don- qualifying 75 was no, accident Muaser vs Fears ,
show any time" was done by lottery method, it'e play from Kirkland to Webb, and came right back witwio- SIVENH llG "T eve,
Names being drawn from a box -t arkled. other 75 to top Dale Bean.:Bean Drake vs Hanim d setwo
^Tahn will make over twenty and the following are the re- The Macaws will take on the says this fellow will be the man Stephens v Walker
Clvg impossible shots to sults: Palomas at the Diablo Dlamoni to beat. Hardie vs Taylor
and amaze you. There today. Jan. 12, at 4:30. The Oce- Maj. Shine gave Tony Jankus Boyd vs Cherry ed_ e t
6 shot. you've never feen THURSDAY, JAN. 14 lots and the Conejos will tangle a shellacking and Tow wA on- EIGHTH I at
shots You've never seen sta4t
pre. One of them will be the Thursday. Jan. 14. at 4:30, also ly 2 over par..ChadwlCk trQ.lced Youngblood vs AtlkiMs
ilam Tell" shot. In this Pro match at the Diablo Diamond. the Medalist Howard NnV*Oe. Corckis vs Collins'
ft Hahn tees up a ball from The public is cordially Invited Those Gold CoiU0 .0Be are Harley vs Spelts ties
,irrs mouth. She, lying No. 1 Margaret Abarr to the games played by the Fast- oing to be lWt' .to,, "t,- Toth vs Hall., ,. ta,,
prone on the rrorun. is a Jean Ladd "bh Teen-ARP Baseball League looks like they #Wil hvt (t beat
S hive. girl. 2 Sylva Carpenter The box scores: each other. CA
of this hot aloe. Hahn car- Louise Jones FIRST GAME Official starting time for the s P
S $1.300000 insurance with 3 Marge Belden CONEJOR-- ABR H PO A nex round of matches is 9.00 loe
,,dp of London for his show. Alyce French FPrangiont. 3b .. 1 0 0 0 1 a.m. January 24th. Matches maybe py rt "rCci
dS. wues the world's largest 4 Molly Vandergrift Ryter. as .... 3 0 0 0 3mbeuplayed priornto this time by tol
,Ifb g, especially designed and Lorraine Spencer Kirkland. cf 1 0 0 2 0 mutual consent, but must be tA
oUt ,or him. 5 Buelah McNelly Hayden. p. ....3 0 0 0 4 completed by 6:00 p.m. Jah. 24. eac1
LTe great golf stars who will Pauline Kevan 3au. If ..... 3 0 o 1 0 Second round matches are an
kmpete in the open Thursday 6 Ruth Daniels Drennan. rf.... 1 0 0 0 0 follow: with
,3a al so perform during the Cleo Burns Chase. rf......0 o 0 0 0 0withFOGT Y
4[ple. It will be a parade of 7 Fran Byrd reves lb...... 3 0 0 11 0 FhdIoSrocker BroH
rst of .the golfing world. These Marle Parks Chassin. 2b. .. 3 0 0 1 3 Chadwlckvs Coc.ke -
filua De Vicenzo. Antonio 8 Elsie Ogleby Million. c...... 2 0 1 3 0 .KuukowsI vs Beal' Yani
harlle Harper, Skip Irene Robinson -. Riley vs Colley i Yani
C heater ,- el Snow, Pete Totals ......20 0 1 18 11 Shine vs Rikhmond
er,Emilio Miartus. Pablo FRIDAY, JAN. 15 SECOND FLIGHT Gai
a lR1cardo Jurado, and, of Po. PALOMAS-A AB R H PO A Goodin vs Lally I
$ieq.Samn Snead. Pro a.th atchett, If .. 3 0 0 0 0 Curtis vs Morrice -
,'e ohets for the Hahn per-, .tz. c........ 0 u 1 7 3Saarinen ys Kenni
.ve ill be $1.50 and 75No.JeanneWare urdts. c.....3 0 0 0 Dalton s Hutchns.
nfor children. If you have Marion Mallory Lopez, rf.. ....3 0 0 1 0 'Eff
s toket or all events 2 Doris Hamlton hism 3b .. .. 3 0 0 0 2 TIRD FLIGT Gti

dren for $2.00 will be sold Mary Jan a Harley, p.. .. .. 2 1 0 2 4 Flemi vs Kiss ling In
entrance to the Panama 4 Barbar~1ar Valentine, 2b. .. 1 0 0 0 1 Gao V Williams
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yeat rdail Hahl re- 5 Helen Miller rotals .. .. .... 22 2 2 21 121
jabl e requesting hhin Charlie HItfelfinger Score By Inningrs o H
a- Command Per- 6 Eva Jones Conejos 00 00 0 0-0 io 0l I, .
for President Eisen. Ethel Perantle Palomas 0 0 2 0 0 0 x-2 2 rpnnVIV l va ,
o.n o Yk nbbw ever ,7 L.oise Reyno.ds Runs Batted In-Hatchett. Va-n no"m'" | O
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.- vt alape.te sky. Stolen Base-Hotz.Do Th e ldt
'A mi J..Id lay-Harley. Winklowsky tended
l-fl b fer* f enleider. Left on Base-Cone-| | tf n s admi
n^ od (e TUEPAk.JAN. 16; : Patonii3. Error-Curdt4. 2
P fro mt I ^off-Harley 6. for A-
Hayo mt pt byoHarle.
Hsvde) LosIng Pitcher- Gu
e V-No. 1 Edythe Glazeri .yden. L Pitcher-Har ,. tm u... eft
-- ley. t -Nevil, McKeow. .. effect
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a- 3 Grce Mo'rr SECOND GAME "By U w" P rom
to data etelWe i M oson PU MAS*-.. ABR HPO o The .n I- "a Bt a ri
that because of A Doris RusseIf. 2
*... b ,ae dub Nelva pag a SchwIae, If 2 0 0 0 0 Athletle CoMpnleslOn thiatt-
Cyat im f alse 5 eL ,Ioa 2b ....2 0 0 0 0 o bot frn the Natio n-
n x t 11M idge Lin ol L el oi. 2 b 4 Q 0 2 1 1 Boxn t
tO Atnama to partict- Juant ke Suther d, -. 3 1 0 1 4 Chairman Frank Wiener 4:30-5
Charlie Heffelfinger k f 3 1 2 2 2 says the PiansylvaniaColi- All
7 aste Parks D Shn Sb 2 0 0 1 mTihe wi leave if Light ah
PAI'IA.NG aTr Jeannle Ware HeavyWeight Ghimplon 2In Ming
AkPTOKAIINGS Bg Irme Roinson ( 8 i i Aemmons, lb.i ..- | e -
so I" Tt re ..f ...... 2 0 1 1 0 Attle e a nayd n
Helen Miller b ..a.....n. 27 at Mia ca.
SW. l 2 5 21 Weer says hell recon-
' M, H 8f Ar 1 Tatal ........29 4 5 21 9. i ion."
SAAN 17 mend at Pensylvnia quit Th
Pro Dr Pre match OCMLOTS.- AB RH PO A the 14 A. nes the Aso- m3
Don Nahmed rf.. 4 11 0 elation sends Moore for sical
o No. 1 Barbara Clark 'ingelke, 3b 2 1 0 1 0 failure to. meet Harold John-
S"h. ...........nger"Brans
Char lie Heffelfinger irchmer. p-If. 3 0 0 1 5 son 6f Phttadl as direct-
i, T.omas E. B ien e oab inns Sateman. c .. .. 1 0 0 8 M. 0..
.aiJr, I est'o de lA S e V-Ir neeRo.tn_ 'Crqk. ef 4 0 1 1 Another-champion Is in the i ND
arse Jr., aErnesto deI ai V er rift H s .l e s s ns 0 AD
Wi nr. n T'homn onI -2b. 4 0 0 0 0 Featherwelht King Sandy
RiRey Geo. Beulah Mca lly M ff. as .. 2 0 0 0 3 Saddler passed a physical OoRicd
l eHutchlins, Don D l 'n E "y onle. Linfors. 2 .2b 0 0 0 2 n exam t the New 'ork Box- -i"'-er
Goodman, Dick Grce M oles y Mastellarl. If .. 1 0 0 0 0 ing ommslaMlonl' of fire. t"*h I el
Gdtrlpeaut. Rene Thelma Godrwin Mendoza. pn .... 4 0 0 0 o Fighter Bil BIo1 also pa.ss- Feor
.U MacMurray, J. C. Hele miner o --r--- ed hBa. They fight a non-title L -sHe
Mitten Jr. H. W. Dr. 7 Loui o.u ene_ rotals ........ 22 2 2 21 8 o1-rounder at St. Nicholas I-= rl
SAlexander R Col Phumas 1o000061-4 1 That will be Saddler's first
R.ola, Vince Dorith s t in ooelots 10 0 000 --2 ? 5 fight since he entered the -PrI
oi alema.., C. D is Ru etl Rue. Batted In-Salas. Wills Army almost two years *o. -o..4 ml
Cr., H. S-oe r Krcahuvora. C ero L on Bades l.tt-i
Do n.,, K m Those assigned to the eTorers "Umonie 1e -N lt-" Will -ar ce....ptcer moe e
ws i M ike G rra l vns. Bett Ger a G e *im e Stole n B eS a s o f r s oftl t
S l a e, fran aners Evelyn e Lnfors obe avleagues may url n the acfc SUAHED S river
-ERMench, o large beaten. .siec.utherland 1ualas 1 Kirchmulr The final meeting before B.u upstoae trophyafterwi- le.
O-ne sy. A scorers on table re' Be on off-Stherland opening day wil be held to aush national open sin- T
I porrtb, T.y 7:30a.m. .n, ln salas 2. Kirchmelr 5. Mendo- morrow at 5 p. m. at the La| glts ctown. He topped pr.p- Bru.,
koik w' Lt Col .,. lease check the number of ia ]. Pitchers Records-Suther- Bocal Ball Park.. ioul.y 1uh5.n.ea .H1Uas..i K 1" 'gl
fi W" "t the match you drew with the ,and hits 2 runs In 61-3 I- oLofPakisn tOlakettle. (NRA) "el 3,
Official pairings which will be nine Krchmerhts 4rnin
Dreleased by o the Committee in Eriors s I rhn
-- MAll those who have drawn Kirhmeir Winner--therand f ]
Kp..,... matches will be admitted free 'Umpires "- Ne"llle M ..

..-. ,* .... TK turned over to the gate guards II | -I.
.,,'.: 3e. TEB to Insure you free admission. O r.. Divisiona.. l i i i-, f Jlo

R -- ,1e'r 0. Dilfer. Chairman of the Scorine I | no woi


SRobert8. Committee, at the lower club- I action
, L S. house (tee house* not later than L u
SJA. ~ 12:15 p.m. In case you cannot hc
des Jim-. sepre please call Alyce French, -
X Maj.Balboa 1892. Ten tess are registered In he
.. Bev Dilfer, president of the the tPacms re registered n court
J. B. Panama Wome--'s ol, Asoea- Pacc Divisional Softball l the cV
tion announce that the fIr atW ota. thf e Sua y. eKt
Scse monthly PWOA. tournament _s -Wa n at 9 a. m. Sunday, on of the
,S. T Ainally scheduled for othe Gam- the La Boca Pall P ark. 'i wo
boa Golf Club .fr Jan. 23 has The outfits geared for an- .The e
been cancelled due to the u t other Interesting campaign te a
IL vailabilf y the source be- ae: Central Labor office tCer- rf toutv
cause of to Smoot-Paredes 'eceria Nacional'i. Commissary '54 0AP A
towasament now under way TOM Col as, 7465th sigineers, A, u,, '
theve. T1e next regular month- Quarry eights. Army Laundryw .,V4 o r '
ly tournament wil be held on (National Distilleries), Arnmy 4- AM o- e- r W ^ --o
Feb. 20. Further Uamnouncementa Transportation. Army Ora- I ,a] .OR!
Will be Made la the near future n=ace, Corozal sales Stores rr-4. ap
r..Ath~Wbmen's t I-ter- uP,-Ideal, Navy Supply, and, ,
ClubInbce i b_ n n b- viftm.io. 1. -.O.
ruary am the 97'ec .Invita. P Iayers n the loop mut be Pomo..aLSUl"Ne. 5,TOL3."1791MW .0.i. ..
tlm- Tot t. to eheld at rumples of the Panama Ca--
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TuberSO GAME TA We(20 4Lti 44
Panamas Stadlu' *.. ..1 0* W t-
mbers (Robinson4) Navas l Im .-,.. 1 W -
Yankees (Hockenbury S-I) ?'W ......'1 1 .P ou s
.WtAS'-MG rT' UTI T a es,. ..... 0 1 40" -opsin
Brownies 8; Yankees, '6 s nAi .. adi of" N*al
night the league oadt P ell b, |.YIPa6o1 .. *. a
nkees tangle with the cellar TONIGHTq11 q U, (IEpDAt) .
Saying Bombers.in the week- CH I Iea Beer. A-.reIer win eould:
"Lades' Night" game at the .ewns tr raew
lama Olympic Stadium. Hm way deadlo whle If Ir
to Robinson of the Bombers The Powells nfe. the sane se6re a victory
I Bill Hockenbury of the Yan- tetm was the victim in last be etablished
m are the probable starting Thursday's 18 to ,8 nightmare, starting pitdhe. h
ler. bounced back behind the four- bounced. Gas" taM is .
victory for the Bombers will hit pitching erform'nce of
the Yankees' league lead to Tummy Hughes'to jol tae Nava Th box fscre: -.
one game and leave the Station with a closeS to 4 vi-.
placers only two games off toy. But it was not just the Na- Nws AI R PO A i
pace. A Yankee victory, how. vy' baits that were aslenced d.u- hookery., s-e 2 0 ,o 1
will put the pacesetters Ing the contest. Sponsellar ai' Maninlg, 2b-.s .3 .2, 1 a
full gmei a aheadd of the vnda combined efforts that net-. Monaas Ib I 1 1 i 1 "
,id place Brownies. ted only our hits for the gar- ighley. e-3b 3 0 0 -:' a ,
ast night the Brownies down- agemen too: It was wfldneoa and ght hes, T.; p 2 0 11 .
he Yankees 8-0 in a slugfest errors th1a made the difference EXer, 3b-2b 3 0
Mount Hdc :- Vibert Clark between victory and defeat. Ritey. rf.... .O 0
ted for.-th e-winners. but B.wers m, fe. 4 i
hard hit for eleven safe- T ughie t 10 ay batted .:If-. 0 0 -
and needed relief help from back v a .tne- sieout route a.! Partner, If. l 0
aley Arthuws In the ninth in- walked only four: Satmsele. *- .- *
The Win wasClark's fourth who started on the .h JLor-the Titals .25 5 4 1
ompared to five setbacks, tars whiffed 's lKt, Wb so S .7
it Patrick started for the -alked ose' wh.le eamillae ,. .
rs and dropped his second I miscued four costlytimes. : ... v
lion against three successes. tatlin-A- 'B r-iA
arence Moore"and Humber- ArMnold Manning, who.e -aeqtt Magniea, 2b 2 I 1- I
Irthurs, with trlsee for five ed three safttle in .the fL t G n 6 0
Arttil op,,hen5 .,thaana .m 0'6 00 0a
h, paced the Brownies while Powella gar last Thursday was Aadoa 0 0
sager Al rubski, with three again hot wththe wdlows lead- lb 14 L 1 1
tour, and Spider Wilhelm, i g the meager hlt parade for LotT cf. 1 2,
three for five, were the the the night wth two hits n three Pnole A
kees' best ab the plate. trips to the plite. West, Jf o 'I -, .-,S
We score by Inings: afford. s .
wnles 013 200 020-8 15 2 CHS Plays 'Brew Tonight Chamberiain c 3 .0 *l12 -1
mkees 101 0:0 012-6 11 2 Sacalan, rfe' 0 S 1i
L--i- ------- ....e"The 1954 version of the At-Gordton, rf. 0 e *: t .
S.. .. o ntic Twilight league ia.rapid- S.onfller;D 2'0' ,0,
lljIn P m NnI l e!y developing Int1 o s ewbtof ,pla p.. l 'w 0 .1
IUun ruuI 6I es a repetition f the 193 season. -
x ep oeams are unpredictdoble and rL. TLtld,.. ; .35 4 4" '4 31
Sults ar3 tne same. ,
fective Janitar y ., 195 4-the ,: .- I
an Swimming Pool will be l o "',
on Friday and Saturday t L s 'rb ..I
ncceaue
the Atlantic site residents
pYortunltY to swim after
hours. .ight, have been The Atlantic Ltt e League l, *
and lifeguards Wil bel 1 will ope- the 1r54r season at tone Po l vCOW -"e t
urghr arat s eneral ar- narm ta 5i f t Wta. II
r will .... o3 .. A. doTur s -];Ader Is Co.o o t vs l sp
will prove succesulI e-r "- ;
SforIt orSeraieA-nhedu dt C es -r. I /

sbn wi remain the sae n u so _,_ .
Smte ae pt ittglI~n t iat lAVo
nts foAr adults and 10 cents la"-numbe .pf: Jt "

r $fo0g00ron me fru, g.be on hand to ar, the games Ts9;, M -
l Ica ines. wi e .for and the pr -aMe5 ew o as. Little Mt. vs o ee Io
Ingti c .clasf s wl becoMe At 2:30 p .m. the afti a. mak- I";. = 9b.:1 "

,a: 1:30-3:30 p.m. B aves little Motla .-Police urs Fr.r1
ermediate SpihP ing W ed, Pals, Margarita OPlls, Powelto Pola. v Polce Pals
2:30-430 pm ed and Coco Solito Cubaa dolledF l .e
mmers Friday:-4o4 ,0 up in their big leagurimriforms. Open d "e
ner the r a 4.0 will0-archto thev flagpole in S"t. P 4. f
ife farg l,..r- centerfield and with the 60th. Open date
ifel Say g,. we a rm Band, under the verfty M ., Feb. 2
children's -swimming. ,-s- capable leadership of Band- Open date
e freeo f charge. master Emillo Rodrigues, pro- Tue., eb..t
sentence aft .r Rikal Ft g "
Adult re i rpswi- w il
qlass will o e-o "s- ralo ehe flag which will oftlt--e I., alb.24
noin g from 1.:O0 toa-.12:W0ly tpen seasone........6h"t6
There is no charge fortbi Team sponsors, rr.ta- -
except the price of adis- -o la t f
e actvities have btoen d for theo cereEe-gao- LttleMottas vs Coco Solo
"1 bai mong whaom wVi be'- Gil- Powesla vs Maptarftt
' '.ble through Phy bert Morland sponsor o the t-
cuah. i*et Moutt;. Howard Finnaa ole.s .S olito #5-Ptole Pak .
l e ,plpopo-r of Powells; CaptaiTuMds., Mar. 3'
U F Johna rahnatoalck- rprpenatatve Margaritta -vs" .181.ta
SAFTRY HEALTH. 'FUNfor the Police Pals; Porteir C 3wS Wed., Mut -
BAITY. Ford representative of 'that ar- IcWel:a Llttle Ifotilrs
garita Oilezr; Chief Fezl,:]Kalr-Thugs., 4t "
rw in OM representative of the Go-vs arvs '
[y 11 S PIN c clSI So lo Braves azd. L. I -
ab l r .m zey general manager -of ibe new Coco 6lo vs P ce Pals

Sn rul t Lschedule for the 1954 season. M0 'ita vs Fewbls
Slngbtl aritVllledl t.e L r~lnt named team is the hote TC m.,iar. ts
'team. Coco (boo- to -vs C eo aielo
rBURGH, Jan. 12 (UP)- Mon. Wed. Fri. and Sat. amesa e., mar. If
ovtng courtroom plea by will be played at the Margarita poee Pals vs Little Mta
ughn pirates general man- stadium. Thies., Mar. 11
ranch Rick ey won- proba.- ues. ThWburs. games Wil be Co o out vs a 6U "
today for a former taxicab played at Coco Solo. All week i., Mar. i -: '
who admitted attempting day games will start at 4:30 P.m. loco -SolO v p_ ai .ta '' *
ort *M6000 from home run a games will start at 2:30 Sat., ar. 2 -b .
sr Ralph Kiner. p.m. Little Motta. vs Po.llet hal
defendant. Joseph John FIRST HALF Moa,,.Mur. -
S31, Verona, Pa., pleaded Sat., Jan. 1f Polleu>alsA vs Margarita
to extortion before Fed-ICoco ol'c-ys, Little Mottas m Tues.,.tlaU.
idge Joseph P. Wilson. He Margarita vs Powell. Coc Sol6ovs Powells
usedd of sending a letter Mon:, JaM. 1* W eAr. 17
2 to Kiner. then a Pirate, Policte Pal vs. Coco eolito. Manitrtta 'vs Lito Mottea
.g tie famed player he Tues., Jan. 1) Thaiw.,Mar. 1
I make a good tabet in Coco Solo vs Margarita K Paw vs Coeo Sollto
eld" unos he- pid the We., Jan. W .IK.'L 1U
Little Mottas 'vs Powells '. I Po Iotls Coco Solo ,.
[s Wlhson placed Bruno ou Theis., Jan.21 al. "X 2HU6'M -
rears probation under a Oco 8oeto vs Margarita Cob 8ooto vs Little-Motta
ded sentence after Riekey FiL, Jan. I3 Iu.. .3.
he witness stand to urge Polnce Pals vs Coco Solo 1Powe vtos Police Pals
ey. Rickey. sad his expert- l$t., Jan. 21 TuM..,.iar. a
edhiz.to believe that Hru- Powell. vs Lttle Mottas Coco I6do n. Coco 8loo =
lid never attempt such an Men., Jan. 25 Wed., Mar. 24
*r, now property of the si., Jain. W -- ThIn', Mar. 25 -..
ie In California to attend Wed., Jan. r7 IrL Mar. U'

e. .Powells vs Coco 5o.to Little IMottU-.v YE 05o0, ~

Id not put this boy In )ii- Set, am. W Tms.Ma. "
s toeveteran been ex- l .., Fee.1 -Wee., Mar. n1 ,
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A ,nitFinish, Ba Of Mays In Clayton
By iq Ilittle doubt about Willia'L
NZASworth.-He was able toa4o aldost The. 45th Recon Battalion
PraAmig 'Bets t .fl alzou|| declar h pa
Te "WL l-iv-4'i "anything when he was up be- beball team has been r -
n. .The sta, W er c Willie has been in the Ary, ea.on of the rt li (
went l t e e J, Ja. 12 (UP) .ela er ln l o however, id, some powill nt CIytn seball League alter .
"t s about thi3 t .e a go H. C. Bwoo Juat o Attorne et on a out, hit a meager .225 f6r h1last defeating the 65th Antlalrcaft M y
,,i",?ot' t Un'$ IioWY1O hi a full- rhe cloud wAllcIl~ red- 12 weeks in baseball. ArtilGery Group 8-2 on Monday, ye,.
E m2E diw ined fe star3 f l iv gtothJat- holding up the .- iMce .of It I Mays, should have a ba JapuAtry 4. Sub -
b aalLlani.He.wnt the Giantes. --'* year, even the persona lit of tre final standings of t-e teams
eam the n W A mpetelS ith p n the G front showed the 7461st A ignal'r
im @ Aftg. ids, .l F" SWE b PJL I Int srwcondce place with
'"fe 4c t i tdha drop olooffice couldn't salvage things. tea in second place with a 3-3 O n
,- c~, rio Btei Ft o .gam.s. 173.41 nd the Polo ittng in a cloud. record and the 65th Group in outs 4 gs l
g i .t4 r lder, d $0 d 0lth*i ^ A 'tr. tgr toundeers, need a thororduvahp duotst *n b alo e Maya falls, e won'ti third with a single victory and
-S. tS Ito be-. A spke;--r.in durinte a b alone_________ a total of aix losses,.one of them
VWi h r. t w- torney q .ieLui. of the season. Bal M aeand larry to the 81 final team on Tuesday,
Sat5 to r uittru. u an 41 'there Bronx .aai. d i*vestiga- jsase, 2W- nM uw w g January by a acore of 7-2. n
S8 bera.tt start fnd.. h iz .-. re W season **ion int dldhi beet 4SIe's nal et Yhrou.. aIti htso / .f7
D. s .rtr .cm. .ym a fth kMrin wi Wea Weatrum, t"e1, l..t JIIU L game on Monday were two home -p. o
*enitwasam i tg1 at t- cover .a the case. .224 and knocked Infly 29 run. runs hit In the 4th and 7th in-
i asef I W choen hi, via confldbn- Th 1 De Luca ut instead of ction In the nings for the victors and the Trap Manager. Ohare Dia
ald_20OtherLsen ia will h i ol r w tatemnepn tI Ig marts and any 4irt of high caliber pitching by both roon ...t s Pr
ts 1ures ,a4 part on Tatumi rhpark- until thG tn ti cloMed. eamn wch wud .lmprave hrles. 4t p uce rafdo chrit a 0
.able W f on'e.. t&,nd.ot-onnlh_ went through 10t L the team, the New.Yr.lra have.e,. s, -I' Ramos/Rd 0-rlguez struck out a f- shoot .. 9:10 -
pal.bu.ellAs s gittln l ..lht- nldra di- The
gm mn ,. esaten a m nto@' e u t hadieiooewii tok.1- in Inii ut ii th u iAftul ,ID !l^ teen men while 65th chucker Sunday le rWogra o
.o J 'i fllhd h arme to points for t l el'tly yester- de papers, w tol --AI -- David King retired 14 batters on p ar ep
t ,tw '" .s .at.m tral en Maurice them th Ynkees' acqisition TAM STANDeW I pi .strl k r .o -
whish he -fwith tie .al o ml. .I--ary and ie sparkle rule .nd Edd.e Roinson, a rising Pan LlOidA 3 1 7.0 Sore by InningsWLnPt ed by the nt gun c.. fbf a'
of a m. att. _here ae man' others r' t b. bue elttua any game. .lat-hand Dull hit Milwau- Pan iquI ,_ ,aie. 3 1 n730 Canal Zone Tr.e.pa.t.iejng'
,s ? ayhfaddiauts either, who are dlspose# to agree the o tt Wayne rookIe Ire'a trade for nee eond CAA 45 600 100-8 11 3 cion.
uU71iwetastreh esoz ueth.ng therm. even -if it wasn't -there IneA mtkjAe. es t 411 y Da na a i Coe .. ,. ur e n .500 45th 10e f 600 100-8 r1 3 ciab o ."
h retr a a bung bunt 10 f- baseman Damill O'Con l; aBud Rasterls Movers 1 2 :333 65th 100 000 010-233
mthen.ieo BL he fIes~ennei I telephone call crooklyn's almoRt frtl-k adi.s- .... ..teu Navy M 3 h000 Three trophies .Nt i00
I s frF O o OHe New York. don that r uln d -trp de wit RIDA RESLTS The box score: n theprbgram of ti
S.i spended Molnu anyone cornin up with a decent CAA7. P LiquMo2 a birdsand
TRADED FOR A HAM t ly, even thalu the deal. YESTERDAY 'S GAMe 65th AAA Group: slated fir
-Plates rsasld he deter bet aNay v Baxters Movers sh r b po a brap overall
implte do Alle the newp Coach of the Ye aalrdf oHteam. Molinas had "Wiie Mays will be back ram c vs.tane.Wet Grsonds) Mosleye r 4 0 2 0 0 rapdicapsllooter .i i
doco ueages. Native of Mcoll, 8. C., been ifig P9,96" er year the Army and he.could .. hi Artnon WE Subkowskr l 4 0 20 0 2hampia.Nshtoter .
ta oaso.aualtoneefr. awlr Tituri played and served hia In the I A. i s n which would pra trugh Firemen's Inf ance vs. Pan Smith o s b 4 1 0 0 1 warded more- ,eu
Sapprnceshp de ar ely nd a dsc f the team," Carl abb he d F neasI ane Criapeh, c 3 0 0 15 w ahedotional-w .
SpIh t'nT. s The spokesman for the Bronx southpaw and farm. ysten Tman, Pagan, lb 4 0 0 6 1 to be divided.betw
As a coilebaleball player, Tatum was a long ball hitter anl D-A ayp hecan not reveal .-ays hopefully. "I've seen plenty This ate 4n45 don Biehn, If 5 0 0 0o ers ma.l0g the ,longet I
for a while It was a.breat hess quetloi..wbether the fa-oqd or whether the investigation also wf team$ hd.the d .owen's fIremen trancemnn *Schoener, If 2 0 0 1 0 trap and-akeet.
the idlron was to be grated with his geniua.. This quandary Involves Molinas' career at nd wil meet Bly L Kg, p 4 0 1
moreA lessM resolve -oalf lWen a minor league manager tra4ed New YON.school. on goodl er 4 O t6 atr" '. Bread boys in a stri frirsr Schuneiien. 2b 3 0 0 3 0 Imedately after
satamto,another teanr for a hm, and a local scribe wrote te pe'a by t e o ove t il n na place in the Pa Fie S ftball Eickstadt, ot 2 0 0 0 .there wI b. a mee -t *;
manager ot, all the beat of the trade. One mao -Stanley Ratenski.- cotining up... pitcr l alb League. **James, ct 1 1 0 1 0 C2TA. Vice-resldea
S. ,was D. Byrd who lured Tatum from Oklahoma to Mary- whose father owns a Bronx can- picone and Joh ny Lu BIG HOPE l nts' chane Both team have won three -gham nly
and seve years ago. If the asaoclatioi has nt always been one dy. sator 'M- alrfy lhsd been l-eedikeder. who can. leirp ride on p aa hne atesnd suffered wonl ont de- Totano 33 2 3 27 10 members to. tte4 tor; 2
of sublime erenity t ha certainly been productive. Along with aeaton Moulis Identified publicity a o- feat each hd ed wit a pe- to o epor
the adool, which the doctor brought. from obscurity to national Ras asan old friend who rich points out. zentage of .750. playing for. Blehn In 7th. complete the tenure of ,
stmture, the football prestigei ha advancedcorrespoindngly. to telephonecalls from race Stoneham, .preit- bas ball's finest t franchise, nw Arty Smock will probaBly toe playing foIr Eicksteadt in 7th. dent .and sereta-rb
ldental the docto melf Is no green hand at football: ort e and placed his bets. e.and Charley e -h is a stumbling one. It s not anv the mound Tor the beermen wit who are leaving th
He playednd coaked'fpre he turned educator. IndeedIhe But there Is no indication Ra- r.saltant, greet you th asmt- wild prediction say t h a t a a rcotd of three wins and no 45th Recon Bn: permanently on Fbra
played so long It lo k for a time as It he'd become the oldest liv- tenski Is a bookmaker. Nobody meftUons the words deal fthplace repeat In 1954 might 'ossa8 so far. The loie loss ah- Fonseca, 3b 5 2 1 0 1
Tlhg lcollegefot abllpaer h itrlctAttorney's ofOice or 7poovenent ,outsd. of e disastrous -alinst Pan Liquldo was charged Fret-Reyes, If 5 1 2 3 0 The shooters at Munag
Irg collegefoetbano weter e-reitrn,
SIn what s hav .been hi last year as a collegia at a-ry- 'I know whether "s' ti The giants' bIggest assets re to Mac Lane. Sanchez, c 4 0 2 15 0 CunnIngham's Wl-
game waspomnntb ea^tinB eoreW go; et.bl^ers were in- blues sy that the cb home games with the Dodgrs Lou Hllzinger Is expected to Remke, cf 4 0 1 1 0 cla pigeon jambiree aI
rOWeMaryland57-0and guess who was l by the i love tu make a deal t the nd television and radio money. earr the balfor Firemen's and Millan, 2b 4 1 1 2 urayat the Balboa
ya W ea rla 7-' e w ho 21-yearld Moias. ie which brought HarryByr4 Instead o using an outfielder his three wine against one de. Cr er, rf 3 1 2 1 0 were. glad to see T
other than the preent i. Byrd. to th yankees. But those. tR -Don Mueller, Mote Irvin or eat for the season. *Voght, rf 2 1 1 0 0 who has recently re
Mollias still is in Fort ddntu t come-along-ecA, to Bobby Th6mson-for a hurlr You can rest assitred It will be Hernandez, as 2 1 0 1 0 Mary. McNelll from i
Si tvOii I Wae er alKt Bl story- the ee. i could ielp, a Johiny An- a pitchers' duel, but the Fire- Oguendo, lb .5 1 1 2 0 ed vacation in the Stat
"T 1M 1y"illi. E tR feuent MOaB- ants seemig to be P tonelli perhaps, the larit brast mehl's Insurceme qn have the Ramos-Rodriguez, p. tan Bill Hay and Mr.
iT rt. b ft^ gl-tdia ha. his own ida n ` the odloff .t the NBA. Mo- inimp blue chponthi nth pnt to pleone who has failed edge In the stick department. 3 0 0 2 0 also welcomed.
ae du y toe ogedalqnad' hagis m own ideasronsiqwn the. las fa"e* a ban fortle Bn- fkt.Mgs, tre Us before. anid McCl), who couldn't Come out at 4:45 to the PacIfic ------- i
gamepledanditl isoleso h apeJ within a. rep' tti g afIi .e4 .iake it with Pittsb urgh. Once, studying a defensive play Tatum had qet uD, the doctor enable B Ani Pdeloff stn M tint ag o Io apt -0--- Little League Park and see a fine 17 on your ahootag
scoffed. "They'1 run you out of the park with that one," He say t tt that Mollnas hiao muc iso And, of course, to Mays. There sport, well played. playing for Cregger in 7th. bobal
difambd 6ne bf h own. "This i what you want," he said, im- 'will-'spaAj7 k nok in 192 1 .fW__ W__P_______
seriously.. -kee gc.a. on t
oh li, bosw was high. on J Feyland, the'diploinatle. itqigg says* "I never bet an 4. firs 1 "f01912 t
T i the edpflipt..hs ho y, teaj to l-e a0nd nevtr tried year .
*to theTcoach, isid to I a, t i. to iniftim the outcome of a .
do t o 's 6 FVm.*2' A- adds. "At present 1Fear '
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44-! IM .U3 1 In
Sl.MA.ai L ~5i q I w n, U4-. -. h ,
i i 4 u orke round the The. Fort Wayne pollee' -who
C'l rock. a ta a. t a n as ted oolof and Fred Zoll-
Z ofY. 0 to, drhii.-d twopuetst ih B tW f, it. th q les-l
p Itaian boy paied Joe F truMeo. t ilolngi-' aythey dont notLf r
iuro, what made iato them Italian. Joe IMaggo, template crli at acttoi agacit
reat?. ba d n. "He ne*er took his eyes off the ball ;t h a-foet l-nch stai,
nIdon care If you Jose an e, but don't -c al Birch of _r ,







Juniorfby Baktbl tor Wayn e s, payuhelbecame .US
t ltte of glory. a ant landed ythe social Z picious about "things M
Aln weheicraret feCU a iSnlY g Ior e nW tne centralt figure of w a, obfo l le tho
th e dan ole i e, bu I'll sure belad say h, recallss Molina w o
when t over so I cam get a drink he oaned tf w aveasinS almost 12 point Writ Ie A Service
--. ;er game--- ook only one shot .
n.. Ione -'ant only two shots Quefton:. Wha. is the mni
IJ. in fm R In anoter.Bircllr aays: "I later po lar -ty of defewa?
old D ust ( a C R.u Dil heard that Maas con w today
Geor ot ,eper to odayI
w within ia atern gamblerr" on i atar
SBy R MOac Is man-t.- a A,
*. I,...Cemc withst ye"mec
ruCaerr Ucaam ronaGly 1


Aundtr T a l Feb.a ilboa tae h s
nProm B Crheipresented bog Thes 'irds uime T te team rosters of
a ard adline by Mrtie the aman Grotto a Kwi
and BOteta atete26 iadit. At rotdof8 wins without a blend d0 15gregatiead of the Farm it seree-ns.
orIandfW*orwnT S n wen., nt




Purne a d ma's ready a ffitd hch i'Juitor Coi e B et l Itour. Leaue are plhed to- no i
meet at the C onA rAt aen d nnam ent tarting tst Mon day night beau a peat e(- o y ve h athoo
n t. og "ht.'DFeb. 21ku. when they licked- W alboa High os eiees bl
-a proet ure L qulata- before g hd of the plar a to te two teams iiS


bht t ehoe ae approve a I T Ras a god tihr bit cr as pri in t er ,yesterday's Pan- B M^ ^Bhla was an Al-0
asindB oun aphe limit. Alt t fa wis th ute ablelish aggregatiodso e of the F a rm lS.pe
this meeting Monday Ja to take ntot eCal Z o e L a e roster: Pacific Lte b iFro-pl-

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a Prs Sh a. iknowledgesL e .rewer, =ouasir, deDe erhi tt ht eel
-: a pro odure requlisiteabefor h roftheplayr wtcr nthatwo p toiaeduhig shoo












a hicto h Os audry, R oanR na Rassla aaugdt Here We
stheB CQ'orte dAEa Ofrth ettwaotea s
Itawaateg ot u tih t au e as printed in yesterday's Pand- orses was aen ArI-O



nAt ths S '-Iat wo vea a a eemae oahelp rtt ae
ru._. wason tiihlit th u.yn with the pozeptl, o a ofti nt p$pasnFemn a nid









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C i rud e r e than.e.entucky's famou
nehistt -elwo .onthe.Al- .'Uedi r l eict.h.. firams *qua rte r 12 p yeA r"-GROTT O Gross ,who csione sfr om M ,
ofi et o 7 I Ie isa maaInin U itBe-k, 2:M o.Iatn t Ie B0 ,od w n t
ari uAO .=e Inuse tfe hir -all. tlboa k aget, Tllep'une ind lanap o Oym, niiiyl.
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SRed Cross

raised By

itional Official

The Canal Zone chapter Df the
lerican Red C r o s a received
raise in a statement issued by
awrence M. Mitchell. national
rector of service to areas and
apters. shortly before his de-
re from tne Isthmus Sun-


itchell. who had bees inspect
-aRed Cross activities in the
a one. emphasized the
ce performed by the loca
ter during two World War
gh the generous support o:
civilians and members of
Armed Forces stationed ir
Canal Zone
t. satement follows:
e Canal Zone Chapter of
eAmerican Red Cross is ar
aesible link in the chair
up of 3748 chapters in the
and our Insular territo-
Through this chapter the
IMe of the Canal Zone have
ded a, friendly and helpfu
-tomembers of our armed
here and around the. world
Sto eommunitlei stricken by
a te both in the United
and In other countries.
pised on Jan. 28, 1910,
Zone. Chapter is one
Ses in th Red Cross
effective efforts of its
Shve been maintained
successors.
WO World Wars the Chap-
t ..,._. .Bdereod -outstanding
of In actites for
9 t of k6elante of the

C hcapy-
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S tatlonead i
effective extension
rf H f to Red Crosa
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Rtween the Ited
ltary authorities
O The Canal
&Ma continuing
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InICu IP Y Int. I- --I I I,


N- INTH TEAR


PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 19114


Neutral Nations Nix Proposal



To Free 22,000 POWs Jan.22


PANMUNJOM, Jan. 12 -(UP)-
The Neutral Nations Repatriation
Commission rejected today y a
Swedish proposal to free 22,000 un-
repatriated war prisoners as civil-
ians on Jan. 23.
India, whose Premier Jawahar.
lal Nehru favors holding the cap-
tives beyond the deadline set by
the armistice, sided with the
Cezchs and Poles to defeat the
proposal, which won Switezrland's
support.
The Indian delegation, headed


South Korean 6els

Death Sentence


For Berayng Dean
f SEOUL, Jan. 12 (UP) One
South Korean was sentenced to
death and another to Indefinite
Imprisonment today for betray-
f ing Maj. Gen. William S. Dean
to the Communlots in the early
days of the war.
Chol Chong Bong was given
the death penalty, and Han Do
Kyu was sentenced to jail for
an indefinite period. It was not
I announced when the death sen-
tence would be carried out.
The heavy sentences were im-
posed despite a written appeal
i for clemency for the pair from
Dean, most famous United Na-
tions prisoner uf the conflict.
After evading the Reds for
many days In July 1950, Dean
was turned over to the Commu-
I nists by the two Koreans. They
had offered to guide him to
safety but instead led him into
a North Korean ambush.

Divinity School
At Harvard Gets
$1 Million Gift
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 12--
(UP)-John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
has Oven a $1,00,090 boost to
Hrvard University's- drive for
7,000000 to revitlUze the Divi-
nit, School.
Rockefeller's gift., which was
announced by Harvard president
than M. Pusey last night,
brought to 82,500,000 the funds
already contributed toward the
eventual goal ot $7,000,000.


Income


by LU. Gan. K. S. Thlmayya, in-.
troduced a new prisoner props-
al, presumably drawn up Ap New
Delhi, and the commission said
It would be discussed Thursday.
Commissloin spokesmen declined
to discuss the new plan but an In-

Pravda Lambastes

Factories Failure

To Economize


LONDON, Jan. 12 -(UP)--- The
Soviet Communist Party newspa-
per "Pravda" tossed out more
brickbats than bouquets today in
it. r-irvey of Soviet industrial pro-
duction costs for the ast year.
Many factories were "outstand-
ing successes in this regard. Prav-
da said, but in too many others
"the task of reducing the cost of
production was p-rticularly unsa-
t'~factorily dealt with."


Pravda reminded its readers
that "We have evolved quite a
numLer of progressive methods of
working wich enable the workers
to produce hgh quality goods with
the le.,st po.-sible expenditure or
to reduce the cos of construction
work."
Despite this, the newspaper com-
plained, "many factories and un-
dertakings worked lpst year at a
loss. Their losses were covered
by the.incon-es from the undertak-
ing which worked well and paid
their way."
'. "large number of undertak-
ings" in th- timber, 9per, coal,
meta, transit, t heavy machine
building and buLding materials in-
dustries fledld to cope wi. h the
task" of cutting co:ts, Prav4i; said.

Just Call Up
A 0 A 9 i m


dian source confided last Satur. the American government of con-
day the commission group would spring with South Korea in the
study this v-ek a proposal to re- release of 27,000 anti-Red North
turn all unrepaitated prisoners to Korean prisoners of the Allies.
the side which captured them.
This would send 14000 anti-Com. At ILe UVited Natius Il New
munist Chinese and 8o000 anti-Red York U. N. see' 1 y General
North Korerns k lo the Allies ag HammarskJ01d yelled today
and return 350 ed soldiers, in-. or replies wihi d to a.
eluding 21 A-nerieans, to the Corn- a's request Ibr speciall Gen.
munists. eral Assembly seMaep 'a lrea.
'h UdTe _T .. Hammarskiold senat letters to all
The United Natiops agreed today members wlh instruAtios for an
to meet with the. Comhaunists to anwer to the Inhdim request as
arrange resumption f the preli- soon as possible but- at later than
misery a gotiations to convene Jan. 22. 2,.
the Korean noace conference, The Indian governmentt niade he
spec-al assembly: faet. Sunday
American Far East expert Ken- through a cablegri nt by Mrs.
neth Young said he sent a note to Vijaya LaksmiPant; president
the Communists setting Thursday of the Gener. i AssedMy who sug-
as the date of the opening meet- gested Feb. 9 as- ai4 'for the
ing in Panmunjom between liaison session.
secretaries of both sides. .Hammarskjold sta country
The talks were broken off last which has not repUli Jan. 22
Dec. 12 when the Communists in- will be considered as having ap-
suited the United States, accusing proved of the uesason.


NFFE


Says


US Employes
C mmending the Booz, Allen and need for general
HAn lton report in general, but overseas employ
hinting cut few error and fal. you- congressional
Claes, Local 595 of the National "We f"el very at
Federation of Federal Employes this report support
has taken the podiflon the report that Government
can be of asasstance to all overseas ployes do not rece
employment of Americans working been rnceiving-ma,
fir US agencies. that are eustomai
e c'eitizen lIployei
The local's president Norris F. aertiale i e=arn %
Fussell,,has sent the following let- force overseas,
ter to the organization's national Ironical arers. Th


Apd Ask For Zeke ot but enclosing
DrIO T, an. 1 ( TU newspaper This definite repoft ac-
DETROIT. Je 12 (UP) tally covers mosN. of the points
The, last name listed In the which have been the subject of cor.
1054 Detroit telephone direc- respondenoe between this local and
tory is ZEke, Zapt. National He' quarters over the
past few years, and some others.
Several young bachelors who We believe the utilization by you
rent a furnished home use that of this unbitsed report can be of
name for their house phone, it great-asalstace in impressing the


Tax


P O
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Ilf N er.


kissnw.A. MULLEN8 ty ar at be reported. However, your house oz other rented prop-
'. he s fle has columns for de- erty will last from the time you
t b. three schedules &fr dietinr responses so that you are first began renting a part of it.
income on Form 140 only taxed on the profit. The Internal Revenue Service
n Read over the section on Rents has found that the average brickI
g _ule 3-Income from An-- and Royalties on page 9 of the house lasts about 40 years from
Isor Pensions, official Instructions. This tells the tlmwrttuas built and an av-
tu l F Income r om what to report as income and rage frame house about 30
I and Royalties, also covers the items you can de- years.
module 6 Income fr o m duct as expenses. Depreciation Is Home furnishings average a-
as and Trusts and Other the most difficult expense to. Lout 10 years. You can use these
S. compute especially for those estimates as a guide for deter-
l article explains what to who rent only a room or two-in miing how much longer your
t as income in these sached- heir home. Property will last longer than
And that's even more Im- To compute depreciation, you the above guides use the longer
ft names the pensions must fill out Schedule H "and period. Put the number of esti-
9 a not'have to be report- then show that amount in mated years In column 7.
keome and tells about ex- Schedule F. Now divide the amount you
o Which can be deducted There are two Items which put in column 3 by the number:
teat~~!income. should be carefully determined of years in column 7. This will
Ses from penslons, retire- the first year you use Sched-ile -lve you the depreciation to show
annuitlel and ma- I. One is the "cost or other ba- In column 9 Thl' same amount
I plldi arell als," which goes in column 3 and is then shown in column 3 of
le ,,page 3 Ute other Is the estimated life Schedule F.
Yl',. used in accumulating deprecia- If, in prior years, the sum of
g Is to divide any such tion. which goes in column 7. If the depreciation you have doe-
S two parts.--ne rep- you are renting out a house or ducted equals the cost or other
i0 actual money 7ou anything rger, you ouuld be bals of the rented property, then
ttplan (which is not w7ise to get expert help in setting oU e an no longer deduct depre-
S4" theother represent- up columns 3 and 7 the fire datin on that property
t en your money year. After that, these items uet- Note that the instructions say
tkaxed). After you have ally remain the same. fi report room rent as business
I.back tax-free all the If, however, you are renting Incame in Schedule C If you ren-
lput In. then the re- fust a part of your house or re- de ervnsees to the occupant This
h i house furnishing the fo ll owin roming or boarding houses as
9 of the official in- .hedule H will generally satis- Any remainingr items of In- b
then fill In Sched- fy the Internal Revenue Service: come are reported on Schedule
ha trouble with If you bought your house or This Is the place to reportin-
lI _ne 1 other rented, '' the "cost come from an estate or trust,
st Itor. If you nherited the h ouereceived under a court ordcr, re-
mn woeucUons. D a s11 the fair market value on the wards or sparis ateover ies oade,
to toY o YhedI.oIto Wad e&d o eses which re-
to. e 01- yen toY youotheeo r db ue tsIna ri
fr,. e ba d s"*Istht prie youf pai by.o ,
a t IteiLadint epedsNe do r euts ,
aflt ,,a.'net Include the.... _o f r.penmse which reduce your tax
"a' 2I the "ant o bes ia f r a prior year.
STor-. ir house. It aeof any ma- The boxt sAr.*td uw mem p
toy o. oTre I vremsom .or addltion of theltwyeouca.edictto
4 q a bsl m Imube .leded In "east redue your tax.
i1 ior M of W-f y see.' ,.
S g j gn o Tx Prr Q. eA.


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8


A. l of it. because you put in
(."1 tenant has done a lot Of
work ipuad a, heuas he is rent-
tag fuw me. Should the Im-
r*evlnatq be Included in my
income?
A.Only4f you agreed to accept
)art of your rent in the form of
work on your house. If he does it
voluntrily, It's not income to
you.
Q. My ear had $500 damages
In a collision in December, 1951.
I deducted the damages in 195L
In July, 1952, I received $00 fa
settlement of the damages. What
should I do?
A. You should report the, $300
an income in 1952. If you had not
deducted the $500, you would
not have to report the $300 as
income. -

Bow Anid Arrow
Resume Ancient
Role InTriangle
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Jan 12 -
(UP) Aloel Goskowiet, 35,
was fined in Mlwaukee yester-
day Ior shooting at his wife's
boy friend with a bow and ar-
row.
Goskowicz said he merely
wanted to frighten Anton
Dulak. 23, so he could have a
'heart to heart" talk with his
ex-wife, Marian. 27.
Goskowlc borrowed the bow
and arrow Iran his 11-year-old
nephew.

Doughnut Con-Man
Well launched
On Life Of Crime
MOLDNX, L, Jan 12 (UI) -
Pmoce were on the lookout to-
lat Sr a confidence man whq
*oo :lW orders for dough. I
Os failed to deliver.
M ted imMeves described-
hb eMnfdknce man as about
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Rosary service :
Braniff, founder-
Braniff intern i
world- b


tomorrow the Sa
Cathedral Dallas.
i n. Braniff has
that no flowers be sent, ai tat
anyone so desiring makell -
tlona to charitable foundftm0
a& a memorial to Mr. Branlt .;
Mr. Braniff, who was kille%4
a private plane crash Sundt
night near Shreveport, La., wAs
vell known to residents of tUd
Isthmus.
Since Branlff Airways filst
scheduled flights to South Amer-
ica in June of 1948. Tom Braniff
accompanied by his wife, Bass,
has often visited Panama. At th
time of the Braniff Inaugural
flight to Buenos Aires, May )150.
Mfr. Braftiff iave a large cocktail
party attended by hundreds of
Isthmliar.
On this fliht, three Panama. 1
nians wer honored guests of Mr. I
Braniff, Col Jbae Remon. now t
President of the Republic. and
Mrs, Remon, and Alfredo Ale-i
man, row Finance Minister.
Last F3ebruary, Mrs. Branff i
rpen at few week in Panama i
and was later Joined by Mr. r
Braniff whet the Braniff-Brom- I
field tourto South America ar- r
rived here. The Braniffs thp -i
stayed over In Panama to enjoy t
the carnivaL f
Not only the employes of his
airline in the 81 offices trom
Chicago south to Buenos plres v


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addon to his wrIt, -
i aiths, Banl has a

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OChurch ean give a M
tn -havnf been a
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C" 1 trests have a
10agP II of htit
foreithe.t-at a 1i
to Dallas, oit
where.l -ta.tta..
ways 25 years, he .
.YmDhon .Or ]I
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ictlve hpart i
,er Society.
texas ChsIman "43
nn the Boy Souo .
as and on the'advie it
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or the. Dea.
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Coasteuardr
the last lreeu~a pl
-pj an retuinfT
'orida. from Cuba ha lMded
safely after buckingr
weAther a foxo4 part of the wW .
The jilo wre all membg
of the Florda Air Aociatia
a WnrflrtjixpIwn home fr
th- organizatla' anu
to Havna .
forced land ong uweim
tit. 91. th
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improvement of
ent conditions on
I contacts
wrongly, also, that
't our contention
toierseas em-
ive and have not
n of the benefits
rl 0aven to USj
faetan comn-


co l(,te a 9r1ai s of the
financial. valpe of the 1eneflts.re-
celved: however, we would like to
emphasize several of the more im-
portant points:
a. Employes of American com.
merdal firms overseas pay no
:[come tax,
.b T7ey receive fully paid first
class transportation for them-
selves and family for United
States vacations.
"These two points alone mean a
difference in financial return to the
Sverige employee of about $1,500
pet year.
"There are some minor inaccur-
aes in the Booz, Allen and Ha-
on report regarding the co-


Fndh Paratroops

Ply Hide-And-Seek

SRed-Lid Reds
J9I0I, Indochina, Jan. 12 -
U -- French union paratroops
relentleesly tracked Communist-
led rebels through 10-foot-high
elphant grass today n a dead-
aied at knocking out the Red
tiat to Beio airfield.
e rebels fought desperately
to ftave off the mass paratroop
att and to regroup.their scat-
ter elements for a new thrust
atte crucial airfield in central
IaMos.
The parachutists were dropped
yesterday n the area near the
vital airbase between the Laos-
Thailand brder town of Tha-
kb*n and Wrench supreme com-
mnd-er Gen. Hanri E. Navarre's
stronghold at Savannakhet.
Rebel troops were believed to
be' fleeng towards a plateau to
the north of Beno which might
put them In t fqir land defensive
poiaton though it would not
protect them from Wir attack.
While the rebels fled or paus-
ed for sporadic jungle counter-
attals M" a delaying action,
French Oea. Andre Pranehi fol-
lowed thf with stepped-up ar-
tillery and air attack.
On ta northern front, liap's
troops tightened their arftured
ring amoWunthe isolated Freneh
f=rt? of ia lou P. Loyal-
le d _i lre cLasbaL in


penaentio paid to Armed Forces
employes as compared to PC erm.
plores, correctio. of which would
decrease te difference n 'net
earring advantages given of 22.7
per cent for PCC as against the
.8 per cynt for U. S. Army it
is belle, d that the fihtnes g len
In this report for U. S. y would
not differ subantU r the' Na-
vy arcd Al, ir ),
"a. Thu refO Ma la tb' or.
romeoas ""m Wt. raft
paid by AaBed bnes diaMyose
are'love t hin m by.
PCC whereas as-a matatr i ficli
the former are based dfretcityen
the latter.


uepe4 CE. .ss.-g-..c emnenue
"b. Regarding the availability of athe piZ.as m
Government transportation, we iaf fsohs, s b'no M"
have several times pointed out in a smine the tolls w2*
the pa4t.s we have also pointed raised. In the meantime t
aut to local operating officials, that statement shows aet'nrall
pace available is so limited as not statement shet
to constitute a factor in computing
average reimbursement. An infor- "This ansm that.to the extent
mal but accurate sourte tells us that Armed Forces. enmad u
that an average of only 8 spaces utilizin PCC fadlt'es, tey are
per minth is used for Armed mtrtriag some e Ul s 'of
Forces employes and dependents dars am"aMil to:u tlo xbrtum.
for leave.It must be realized that of the PCC. es, recom e d
people with families who have to at4ons coverage these polat in
pn for, their vacation are unable the Bose, Aleai'ndam, f o-
to utlliue even these eight spaces port must qauhjly to Do.
because they are ordinarily avail, parteat of Ae e employees
able only on short notice.' ving and worutg in the Canal
"e. This report was made while Zone.
both PCC and Army, and Air -
F a'ce employes were receiving "We believe the presentation f
free hospitaliation and teir -de- an unbiased report, such -a the
pendants weru paying for hosptal- attached to Congress as a basis
cztion on a graded scale. mee for recommending legislation re-
Jan. 1.PCC employes and their de- riding PCC employes should of.
pencmnts ay for bospita 4 o n o er a fine opportunity for the
a salary scale. Armed Fres em- NFFE to strongly point out that
ployes and t'eir dependents ibst the morale of D-Depplyes o
new pay rate coloparable to seas is just as imm t as the
rntes in the Republic of Panama. morale of PCC e m .eand.is
"The recently released PCC fin- equally affected by- pame ad-
arncial statement shows a return vantages or disadvantage Wm e.-
from FCC tolls of about $M nil- eant I. /erseaswotg conitios.
lion, and of about $49 million from We would like -rewummend,
the sales of commodities and terv- therefore, that the NFFE utilize
ices. While the latter figure n- this opportunity to supporthese
eludes income from ship chandlery recommendations net for al
services, repairs to trastting Canl Zoe emlye t pr all
vessels, etc. these costs must be a government employes wo are per-
minor part of the total sum. Hqnce, manently assigned to overs eas
the greater part of the f_$ minfion areas." '


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