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

Subjects

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.

Record Information

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:
AA00010883:00267

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S*L r I C c Directors four Thunderjets of the "Thunder bd
f El.f ig ristobue n C it asrt Dt batic team were giving Balboae orietwe
fog. s fi Y ts f they are, going to turn on Friday merit
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.I WDissatise at d from Managua, htO be welcomed tolrnt
C"fltG0c~ Jan. (UP) Fog, The ost ~tlapo in t.an2 o The blonde .c:,: pls ait--- Fiscal". ic ies.nO pjuntinued to minister Josi amt0 n iG z ado.
S* r e dCoat as tn r 1 toos e attta of members Yesterday's.i Sabre rsh at~M
'.at y C causing-many.traf- V t-anarn-lw ho, badjugt.coutrooinm, etet. t eeasilyJ.-y .iroto ,l the brd of directors of the
'cut r a t ternO G the hpp pe e P at thl deer the Panomaioid official listed, fo
#ai anw Mw t eolpth e. uornlnk'4 meetIhgat Balboa Tncu main
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Sp apst ro nn- Oti his V hs' Early, th afternoon the offi- Ray leaves a
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l.R.e avTe. T e t --rom t rws. J e tol4 t St.e a e of :~.~gtng O ~.. gr ear Ad iral Rihtrd Byrd, clal Minister of the Treasury son who live
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o rom w which tbey were
hur! adide. of i of n-.' an41
a ablders off firk-denuge
mlteiaof the San Gabriel
Momataids.
Experts warned them, how-
ever, that the situation told a-
gain become "very bad" if heavy
rains were renewed. The weather
bureau predicted scatt e r e d
showers for today.
About 2,300 persons were
driven from. their homes by. the
Buergency rescue .crews re-
mained on a standby alert along
with the Red Cross as bulldozers
cleared debris from affected a-
reas.
Most of the persons evacpat-
ed from their homes yesterday
.lived in th4 northetn Bart of
lerra Made, Cai.f.
The area worst, hit by the sea
oftascadlng mud Was in Paliner
canyon. about 15 miles eait of
Aiwra Madre.'
Twenty houses war evacuated
when mud piled up nearly as
W1lh as a pickup trucks In some
spots. Some houses were shoved
from their foundations, and their
id.es caved In.
Sierra Madre, population o00o
lies below Mt?. Wl on, where a
n aJdr fire burned away water-
sf35 timber last month. leading
to predlctons at that time thai
laiy rains would lead to selous
flod dan-ger.
The weather bureau 5aid-
inches of rain fell on f t. Willon
Sunday night. Other spots had
up to three inches.
"Mud and boulders piled -from
ove to four feet deep n some
MSerra Madre streets, trapping
attolobiles.
still warned to hi alert
lahedw.flerra Madre,.MlUadena
SArceadia.--
aNo" casualties were rworted
*om the slides.


Two FrmnceFr d
Crash Victims
Stil Unconscious


t0 t 4*leae-
gh thrle F,. Crowe had
eak to the ecommenda-
ion of te.-Distrlet Attam r and
toe Publc Defender that U Qu-
erre z was a young man with-
out a criminal record he be giv-
en anotht* hence.
As Ti cPanama American re-
ported euterday, h M.wis sen-
tenced to one-year tmw smm-
pended for three yera: He mnus
report monthly to the probation
officer. -
oIGiven his freedom from fail
at 10:50 a.n.-just before lunch
-Guterrea bawled "out the Zone
cops.
Not qnly, he said. was he being
deprived of toad and lodging, bat
he had no- place to go and .o0
job.
And how. was he going to ge'.
one now he'd missed his chtn.e
at the pen.

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rectors df the PPahna C a n a
Cohpalny nd thetr Wives now
n the Isthmus k an imagi-
nary trip to theh horic sites oi
PanamA City and tb Panama't
cOlorful interior last night.
The trip was, va the collec-
tion of color slide taken by Carl
. Bro#n, supervisory sanitary
Inspector of the Canal zone
Health Bureau.
The plctaea. together with a
recorded desriptive narratlop
by Brown, 'were shown to thh
board menq4 rs and their wivei
at a buffet diannr given by Gova
ernor andMrs. Seybold.
Also shown were movies of the
recent visit of Qdeen Elimbeth
to the Canal Zone, taken by the
Air force.


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it elections ever made.
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mont from -.Ju, Outa a F.
Cr~mlnfrt imilca Of the
well.bebaWt totd, the judge said
Pcmt a ad Pappa thanked
the Jurist: carted the kids off
with an eass know-how. '


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under aUletary of the Army
Earl D. *thnson, chairman of
the bea is V p Ueing over the
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FLIGHrTALTED Haf terms of Broo e, was
bicked up British Dollin Idon as he to flee the
country wth his sx-ye n, James. HIS' .Wife, Hanna,
hmown it Tight with the a., says her husband fklr.aped the
boy w9Ile viaitinK with ht St atuttaart, Gehmany. Mrs. Hillers
has filed for a divorce. $o charges have been Olaced against
Hillers.


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set t& og n tZel:
m ^8. killed
Ue 'L Sbre crash-
I0W COmi~~~~~g to la nd at
La Mecedese airport, Managua,
aftir dOvIf .throuIgl the sound
barrtler" bht oa tel. fld.A .
Theb Koat war fighftr pilot
was comin, in notrmallywe whe
had a flaS A (eg.e failure).
As be wa:- attmPtlai an eme.-
genc lading aut one mile
from the airfield his Sabre's
wing struck a o100 ft. genardo
tree. The iwndtip tore off, and
the pias rasher d inverted.
A repl actCent plane and pilot
for the Sabre team is expected
to reach Alt0oof from the States
before theliees take off on for
Talara Sturday morning.
Nica President Anasta-
siaSom'-;.decreed three days
national mourning for Ray.

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- LX Jan. 20 (UTI -- -A Hillers said he sold his beloug-
wel-OTtodo German War brioe of- ings, quit hlf C$70-a-week job !s
e ferd ast night to supt baher house palate. ad 4fpllowed 'his
..flat" broke" and M dang wUt a-child t OQermany when
SBrooklyn-. iaband if l.wold bhedaserta him last Aril..
arugK ttnka back to R y '"I don't know where ey too
to wat t eonurt rullg. thther b.y te y" be aidW.
the boy shall be reared a Or-0- "le se.ally vi happy with
mmx-oran3 American. me yesterday, anon the plane
S.. -. .,comng Courin urh.m
S 6ouse _pnteir Har Hilltrs' "They .arm-lamu ld him outt
fi s trad reaction to the ptu- of GermUa Tt.'s a lie. We
postl[on wav that he wotgl have sm* l h!ee lev lealt aly
none o-t, I% I w ZW t t reaT lpWetA v
S lnde Mrs. Hannm llers leally too."
made the offer tfW h her He Was s4ppped by British or-
d ruM the b tt ,usto'ly ficlal Js', U be %W tO
oth bftairud Jrimmay, 5. board a planefir~. IYctky4Lb
N* K wih -t e other iSu- the boy Sunday I aft ei-
S4W.. man iete sut oat an alarm.
ISan, 6. mmd his bb-2.r-olaD He ti t the chit saturday frown
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du abo lt ho cut off the el)W- cuttiu
truirty last right in their homes. glnains
ended up a, a battery charge p.. cell,
rpns. one of them this morning .erwW,
i'nt t Balba Magistrate's Court. i am
Th e defendant. Joseph C. 8 cr
Stokes, a 43-year-old American
employee of the Post Entineer a I His,
Quarry Heihts denied he pulled fiht.
a switch which turned off t1e PaRA
electricity, throwing both apart- on a
ments in Caundu into darkneAI. Jan.
He said the'.lights went off b?- 3oB
cause bf an. overloading of the euulty
lines .is
Cm nnlsnJpt Kenneth M. Be- tional
48i toes last night of
being responAlbl' for the lack of T|
eleetrlcitv yin the house. He thin *lW
called the military police to ce-
port it.
Confllcttrag stories told this
morning In court had both the
defendant.-am4 the compiginant
claiming "yvu hit me first." nian
stokes showed a acratched-up chaig
hand whqre he alleged Beville g
hit hml. 3yle't wife, brother l
and ,li- le- atld -that stoks also1
took the flatl poke. Mrs. StokG, did 10
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24oM By VICRro LRSEL
bit ORUM THE e ADIRS OWN COLUMN lenc am disturb "a strange si-
I heard no ape speak out against
SB o x man who -kedFederal tWstl.
actors right in the eye and sneer.
THE MAILly told them:
Mea ih lia ns em ope m ret readers of The Paneme Aner- "I am accountable to nQboq y."
eoseived ae lellM ge d a haf an d labor whilhy c4f i- This man' is, in L real sense,. s a e
n debI lmiadslpelhbrothers' keeper. Thousalds of e i
uas o aurdet s lo a k doe'l bl Ismpanet I It dNsn't appear the men paid him their greatest honor.
L~am ue published I the aorde received. They permitted him to be their
y a eep e lnha lted to nee page length, labor leader. They permitted him IS i
mf l er w*en b pId I strictest seafidesu. to handle funds which were to care
e por e ee n Me seepeasiblity for statements as opinions for ck, t sick, their aged,.their.in-
Sr:e llo mo ntem csoin.' dscjured, their wives and their
S -- youngsters., U
Three special funds to be spe-
USCA AND GOVERNORchi nmc.-n
Yet, when Congressmon asked
this man, Ssigene James Williams,
chief of tne Teamsters Union Local
i tter of Governor Beybold to the USCA is typical of this 544 in Minneapolis:
nation it offered nothing, explained nothing, and was "You have never rendered an ac. sts e a
Whin count to anybody?"abe
of ni- "eAstablished procedure." This procedure was He replied: s w
od, of course, to exclude the USCA from the meetings. In ,aou
was successful. He does not explain in his letter the in- "No, it s not necessary, I am
on throwing the "lady leadership" out of his meeting. only accountable to myself on it."
inly the presence of Mrs. Longmore could not have been When they asked Willams how .
ptive to his "established procedure" which he himself much he was paid for directing
Inviting the press to attend. Surely if he invited the these three welfare and pension
could have invited the USCA. Instead. to show his anta- funds, he said he did not knoW,
to gths group, he deliberately threw its representative out. a. -.
M= "established procedure" provides that organizations When the Congressional probers, ,
"take S n their problems through one of "the two basis during a recent hearing' held in i h
Detroit, inquired into the nature
Inease that tihe UBCA must discuss its problems through and amount of his expenses, Wil-
4.1y councils or organized laboe. How cynical can a person llama retorted that he wasn't sure.
Why two basic groups, when obviously there are three? When they urged him to tell o
The civic councils have their problems, labor its problems, and his payments to his officeaolp, h -
USCA its own. Everyone but the Governor recognizes this said that he was not familiar with est
responsibility since Mitemkrs 6f organized labor and the the details of the fund's adminis-A and w
incls are members of the USCA and of each other. traction in that department because uLas' .... st
his line of reasoning, why not discuss all problems the girls and bookkeepers write o neI c
sine the civic councils can get its information from their own checks and figure their MeIp l bs New
hera who are members of organized labor. own salaries "more or less." Het ___and t ea .....Mit
.Why the USCA should want conferences with the a- just igns them, he advised the i M l

Aa npnn "What special ability do you U h h meant a loss 'of
- l .t stay that way. have that made them elect yo 803 000,000 to the reate e
Sxo Sicks trustee of this fund, if you can t By of California and Was almost, sure
remember how much you uaild to bring economic stbacites: or te j s n ha
Answe .to.Peviou yourself a month or the office .theWest srte'to,benme a ral, aot
Answer t Previous Puz gr" Just recently I moved another choking dow could e him for- ig with ans normal desire to b oton-proue area y
To l e C Astep nearer .to the Styx, with a get overdue bills, come taxes, of- eat whai he wants to eat whimp he recently, and the cotton-acreage 'Adwat s s to is
a U r-And out of Williams' great pro. birthday I shall prefer to keep fice troubles, atom bombs, and un- is hungry. have made such a quotas are based on the years 194 whether Defese arth
fundity came: anonymous, and amou' the smad reasonable wives. If be had his very big thing of low calories d 49 and 1951-52. Thp thi ot- the e al is
s Oe Fl r "el comfort was the fatt that I have choice, he would- ve g up lamb proteins and.tarehes and fats and ton states jec th prdr@ t auch
Capital og bei*g ." a very good reason. There is iotfesh to b sl ma slen ant waste thapugt w at y whoeing tzesahkte oa e dpu it r ot- comftnw rent*.otd"P
SFruit drinks "Well, I could probably give you at lest quit counting calories, The chops, sliced pine apple, and e a, carbohydrate that whet o n- 1ast. summer. o W may
Sro 57 Abstract a very good reason. e e ens and "sleek wb an d waste h eil cop tso 6boeaa tnindikn dea d ell e ars. work out a" o P Ioprth
pitl of beof them, why they elected me, be- longer afflicts me, I eat what I on a diet of pure booas at- t a for w ph latrlst at the n fit of these quotas withoutJ w i
luar DOWN cause of a period of years in the want and don't s io get any You b oticho.a r lots eofpa atSe, success. Congress adjourned. -St the White House.
hftnir u mCity Jsn city of Minneapolis I hive gained fhttr, itliuner, or prewr tiqueor -adve afi. o subtly "t I n r-aets, o areemeFor h su s is du
Nevada a certain amount of condtt e I have just read a big avertise- that the brandt Is d ouu but 1- w etake t eating tin Butf ithe o *t 9 th~ r a u -
SShe a Persia among some employers, and i I meant orf a rgum, which went on to building, -nod s ~ eater J. dtgal'ad feeliut flskfae this moem t n -quotas wpie, eves wreck e :.e lu
3 N le $ of t P hadn't gained that confidence I say that this pattcular brand of moldlng, famu soand- a butte tfib Wi, n It ba. It -f were pade the No. 1 Item ano4 tr On tIhe tha r' b
sCak N adiaven o don't think they would have hired Cuban supAshine had less- calories boon to the Averitcan- er. Tpids tI brmad'and th de* at- ve. iae s, en~n thgb o qnfit gos .eae govemnmo1t .aZ
e aCadiane me to handle their money. This is than a lamb chop, tw slopes a is. seilly.tmue of the ear Ma a cotok who ear ma sa seet n -- o r stares ":st
the employers' money." canned vieapplo & a. baN. w mak, -0jb .-bsranniy.- In It-- that woqlt ?, mariot
4 ticed entl 4 NortIt's other peoples' money. That's fu&it, oe an e gg, a ccofld, tho dd- 't dby a ease tr to-thel2 Uti. lu Etria e ns
the brainDAY Enconte 25 2 Releaseonbet Le.IAnd eartut ce rnet 4-M U b B t e b -At l t 4'-
SPe age ino being Massachusetts right. you mind It. I notice, also, that watchir ball game. 1 frv t at tt adhereat st ,ove sag *s i 1qil. ultsmqa"iSe
Ssorder 2 E ncounter .42 Releast's be sophisticated about this calory less soft drinks have been that spaghetti, too, ad n thf- e w e-
iv rera m else do youa think the union booming -.s wr. e is that booseIs boons even neurishment be So.t i 'Th cot aon
005ieraal o fr.w3o urteos ldes wdoc&sii athemedi re use Cer a w tak a drb&Itto dry MartiI io f lIva.B a a u
I -Li It stand -e4 T of- t ti b Conversely the diet- candy bars. t
0 SPLi t astandr y2 46EgyptAsh th am"t Is. W y # tav Be u Bigt out of t .g ha tl W
l *tedd todry river out sition y a eo I conttrpv s t rasetig she so many un- Maybe ose day !.- grew la t
S 1i altflinhs --o, 3I. W 47 Kind of light edthe uno secretary. Mebpis to wipe y,') asti ot., l Csd hat pleasant at#; man an- a watcrmele out and an ereral
sun New meShy, 33 Make happy. 48 laces be theun. n rery, ap cently as en ti h oy not look to with er- extra chin or SMt l n ,Inwf wl ti sy of a n
s18 rMicss' 36 Rang OhEclamation pearance's sake, one of his co as- recentr-r *e aoutru goff lug out for -ay
hs oltbes costs it for him la o t d n nonfatting 4utof plting u in any tr.ac w nts, ab osn a
T e i s well ''
It's a UP l By a.claeatIon of tf un Isi meantime, believe r i*0ll rh
some 4 h0St...atIther 4AW- ntn thn :4 ; tmbA tthati out of outhathan e1-6
be r. ~ t .lrn sskoara madefrail b1 s be cndcalories, oT O I
.Iv astWhenf it .drbtt his office a s whatev *as st a mentation and tamper- you i grub, A significant somtlis ai t
hob, he r .tha: _met hasi al is th
A ds rent pert. #A- W&
st t hfllyfFor .British'Co. t
s. itna llre my step on o. t" I m et Jet airliners'.vhi elfwaeu- *
In fat they ae all my s eed Raslynwsemsrseeed-btthe
-"(amovily "it Civil Aronloatis A-miniBitratort
waer sblne auns soe oe. .d By rNot. Ed son Fred Lee had consistently refused a e.

nders. m i.. Ak rt WA .HING'tON-(NEA)-There's they have forfeted their U. S. cit. since he was given .this assign- .t .
source of her come, he disclosed still some uncertainty as to just isenMhi ent. He hL t urn eim A sll
that she was the union's bookkeep.- what President Elsenh6wer's pro. Sale reports from Tokyo nw down. It has meantS less ofa
er at about- 3a1 or 365 or 30 a 1. for a new law to take away te that Corporal Claude J. uasMal fortune, in spite of Navy's
.week. Her husband was not sure. te".Amor!can ciizenship of con. Bat lor, who left the group, may approval for Commander Wilkip- ,
The they got round to a 10,- victed Co r m u n I s t conspira. hay6 beer ; dn of their leaders. At see to tale advantage of some of
0., advance on WO a' salary as tors would do to them. When a fir.t it was thought that when these offers.
2 administrator of the welfare funds. pErsan loses his citizenship, he be- Batcbelor came back, the others Among the bids he. aa, nes
.r- This went .towards payment on a come alien, even though a would pramptly follow. d .n ate a TV show apparance-
rive bar and casting or $100,000. tive born. He could be deported, if It kanow believed the 21 are be- which would have netted soy-
SWiliam rrowed am many arrangements could be made with '.heold iader repl compulsion, ral) .anc dOllars. B.eism
SOwr souaIrces, be teostified. One of any country to take them. Oth er. lit is hoped that at least sevep fused let his name be used in a
ese was the union's cash, held i n wise, he couldn't get a passport. of them may make a lat-minute mo et. -ich would have earnedW
an office sfe. That loan came to Reaimainn im the United States break for M et-.Mu .. at sum. Same-fa books I
if *,o00. The cashacamelfromcinsur. one of these noncitizens would lose b MA)INKNDrAAT misazines articles.
Ofe meetingUTI.-&-llag welfare fund records. r h, d public ffice. But hen would Itol hink day esndwh t tst en- o .a ..skdf A' lie OR.. ght
A merian c ohis saves the insurance fums o Rightose whi ctis en dedp hebe Mach uset b sta a k te ith eoa me
be at the officesofhecompanyin itssore s hneasily run by the unon. Wil- the Constitutson. stole for the occasion, bitt dids' Lasei neg back over l ig ,
t the office safe. All legal. citizens the right to own property. Novfrwed Senator Joe ar. r, waI've
gNo. 57, H Stree, Panama City, so he borrowed. All legal. He want- But they would have to pay taxes thy'c ride arrived at ti e HW cotste t N0 e conclus aI"st there
. bpU -I of Panama, Thedi to bur1nua Cadeilae. He always like anybody eise. d w aa. t. honer.-beiu chipeant is .titch thi as a ..
.Obu ysnrg A i ase The proletariat Aliean osdi arily can't get l- a eaket. She 'twear WI SB. A|
mus m e well, you know. causes to engage in the practice of ot.aket into the C'. ., .es u. Wose 360 inv tate n ,ays been
2 1954, able to n Anlide are hlun-. caued tr.d n e b Bpab re s Bu ie atrrbve.rs office Detta ._nh .
dreds such welfare funds and ad' noncitit-ens could probably get i- forth: "Go ahead and s wasih" date. J,, .,plfr /
a,,satwatfrns, d haull hundreds of ceases tdarv aoutombly es. i- kra e. rte rs-gt ag Mst. A th -.
are many thousands run by labor If Presioen, Eisenhower's newly Navy has Identn .l th ener eve_, will no. include __-.
&d Aria, ledns who do enesdr themselves requested law to take away citi- considered the most abe bee don of bet n,.
aaonstable to their brethren. zenship from convicted Cormmu- mnis la th s Hre .-. Ahe mess grsastb ,
Prcsldent. A hits Is passed soon enough, it will Cir. tagei. PA rks aJWb M i Stanler, we oe ate t. .
A we discover soon enouh, be apple. to the 21 American who y command the MBrt e try's bsst-nowa palatera of "
For the Deturtment of Justice has G.I:'s whc vr,hmtatlv chosehto re- suh -e USS NaM~i,. ,ls.. and the wW.. n a a ut ah u-ytry .. ,,b,,.-

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an. 1_- U.) Preal- ment. The delision.r from rdpeat unification.
'ifal"wore lin be their preferred support, did not
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110- the glea furthit t t- total oam pu over 2of 0.
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s t office all to vote himaximum of around 71.
b b- At h0s u yep dWt-o r .o when it ."n b,...
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*t--a on ow ue mn. h r a thIe program necessary overnmentar back-will
:...h.th e et i:o w u s e d i t m eom e wl hpn f n tH h atl e t o l urh e Gov er..
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1hv~rAE-raetidesl .rpe wll lead to hnvdn-tInto his cabinet to ve it need-IV
titure fora government that ed let of center support. -
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oft tght lxoiSon mtou ur el'ad natd au dbr ourt to support. That problem alsomay
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OM. st M. arts With h at Je st two strikes
IO A ,,1. w mp TagainstI t oenh Pella's government was defeat- .w Remember,fa RIVOLI rug is a, rug of d s t ii







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a iTUer and h.imelf the the Christian Democratic Party,

D F WARD THEIR dfe dme for t oce and you wiresented the conservative Pre l e ,tNTRAL AVENUE, PAN

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nation vi;, tobeyondr nextol ft ht ofth winters In the
mne, with tilt.By .Lnof our those.lIterests would be seredoaitest Hand JanowitM6 cellist theMonarchists an- hells. Six of the ministers will 9x12. ..CORTES ...9 ......s 209.50 11a
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bf By OSWALD .IACOBY
A'r."len for NEA Service

NORTH
4K7
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a sat In his car wath- WST EAT (D)
.-_oWlan tug and pull an 1052
,. get her car out ofs 8 VKQ9762 V J0 4
VpLCe. To make it easy KA 27 V 1 04
All l.e hard to do was ba-lc 485 1092
-a few feet--but he didn't SOUTH
sutUb little ways as these 6A 8 3
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is a gentleman. Q 3106 'o
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f u West North
Pjs 'Pass 14 PASS
Pas I N.T Pass 3
Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass
V S Opening lead-fV K
OWAD JACtU -a
S for NEA Service
S r As every experienced played
ces are so important in knows, the correct lead from a
e of samba that both the particular holding carries with the
and the defensive play nature of the contract. If the op,
Constantly be influenced by Ponents wind up in a suit contract,
ility of making a corn- for example, you might lead one
Smli. 'The easiest way to suit; wherea- you would lead a
sequences in mind s to different suitif the opponents were
tack of the tens, nines, and In a no-trump contract.
Even if you don't change the
Suit that you decide to lead, the
aiuse cards are important be. card may still differ with the
S o seven card sequence contract. For example, you would
irede that doesn't include 11
S a nine, and an eight. A ed by K-Q against S trump conJ
in run u- from the eight tract: but you would usually lead
see.or down from the ten fourth best from that suit unless
Sthe four, or it may start lower the top cards also included the
int ithe ace and run down to a jack or the ten.
uu i tgher than the four; but in In today's d, w d
S4as1 it must include a ten, In today's hand, West would
. d eight. hae led a low heart if his hearts
had been king, queen, and four
I you are careful, you will avoid "very low cards. He decided to
u ding any key card that your lead the kin. because his suit was
delt may use in a sequence, a six.carder.and included the nine
special emphasis on avoiding a'mon2 tMh spot-cards. This is an
W discard of a ten, nine, or eight. important thing to remember about
rWin. -If B.either opponent wants opening leads. against no -. trump:
Sa card at the time that you Treat a six. eatrd suit headed by
f It., (e of them may be K-Q-9as though it were K.-Q.0.
to-pick up the discard pile
tar on and make effective use of The reason for this is shown in
ur discard. today's hand. The length of the
suit gives \ou a chance to pick up
It is especially important to dis- doubleton tens and jacks, or per.
6 U ly when the opponents haps even a singleton ten ok jack.
Syoua by melding a When West led the king of
sequence.r Itis In this sit. hearts, South went down to sure
and only In this situation. and inglorious defeat. He held off,
discard may be picked with the ace of hearts until the
added directly to the se. third round, cashed his four clubs,
and then tried the diamonds. West
promptly took the ace of diamonds
rule governing this play and cashed the rest of his hearts.
dertood, let me go Five hearts and the ace of dia-
more thoroughly. Th OP- mounds were enough to set South
.at yur left may pick up two tricks.
discard (and, with it. the
rd pile) and add that If' West had led the seven of
; fence itwo things hearts his four bt card ip the
suli dmmy would ve won the
firastrfck with the, Jau of'hear
n of tr f or More Now ~oth would afly knock of
i be s the..tAle boftre the ase of diamonds, and would
ii begins In oth e wor-s, manage to win 12 tricks.
me ust have been mreld There was a difference of five
evious turn. tricks between the right and the
discsardmust fit imme- wrong, opening lead.
(without any intervening
)to .t14previously niogided e- 04!1 ds0 not fit i taedistely on
ore sl., .b y e queen-jacka
t" ait iliniiil' d Included
k ten oe te'. q tckh qf. e f clubs.
S I held l nt V t SeveraL d the king of
-mv hand, and the yer clubs discar Could I take
t discarded theorfe o I d d tbh ace and eight to
Ileg' for me to tvoe 0O 1e sabi?
a ding the ai n The. king fitas imn.
B abe to.um.. sequence tely to the previous meld, and
No. he discarded ace of you may always add to your. mind.


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r t part or travel tde the noeg for him at home after his pro a omplalnt b arport
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7e "he at e t ed l "e and tir rae o, .s r i antics of h ie plon t he C in a
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Nho.d AuNtomobile DR. WENAKK Msedcl Clic wonie PROFESSIONAL gr, s i 3
.- Diningroom table and 4 FOR SALE.-1948' Chewylet 4-doer telephone 2-3479, Panama.ej. m7.. ,s 1 -. I .. beb. acc i ateda i by, re ...t wiS, ,a -3l.
any. 765-16, Balboa SedanFOR SALE Heameys. ___ __Mr dea acc ranle M ab*y
aft, r p.m :ue ., Sgw mPMr. ana d m a r .t

E O0 Maho Uy Dnnnng FOo S "-- ss ",r P
o sbker t. .n .. MiTh complete ad c e ,
LE-Leather Covered Living- Can be financed. Call 83-7224. $100. Will sell only one anoUSma m ett rates. pLhone 6- 441 e 0lr ew Oorr d olloM w eto raOn2
______________L____Cbooger t for New York folws t aetai h bk notf
DR.o50.es2M iMr. and Mrs. Charles t fl DIce in th lm
$125.00. Mahogany Dining FOR SALE-A t1 MGgood cond- OR AL:en Kstre tco nerWile P RI ci Mr. and Mrs. conras ar : Cheat r ratI o
disurbarold nH. Ane lla:atbm w hepl
_th New stresss from 531.50. balboe 2. a tr 4 ed l:ck oane brown am. Pne 84- lnon hup Btlo$. 2-18 0 3o. rC com p idby Mr. and Mr. -e~ l80ma,
S Chairs $2.00 Tables $3.50. FOR SALE--1949 Ckvrelmt 4-door 2240'. WILLIAMS-ll C- ch c eelarows ward Donner" Mr. and Mrs. G. t l s dt,,,-Mr.-a --, r.-o.r- .
CStoves 10.00. Wardrobes from Sedan, beoUtiful paint job ind ed bl cILk'Se*. EabconOP Soil Spr I Yale lEAstmalP; Mr. and e aM rsa.: Mr.n. Sr.r ali
M.00. Many other Bargains e"n t mi it and buy it. FOR SALE: -- VaretMan Bhndos. -, .y m,,, bl,, "d Vincent B. rule ; Mr. and MM. .. _.g hU p e,
w .nd Used Furniture. We Smety H ..eiie A. St. _30 43, 3-30 x 5; 2-33 SB lb 8050 4ep Fertilizes samuel Haberman; Abil i M. ..- .-e .
dllver. at first small down payment. Ce al Ave. Tel. Oi Colon. Ix 5, 142o x _, x 51,, II Sprinklers I e:; Mr. and M s. arl D. John-
N 5.41 a r AvedS. T.T FOR SALEn-"Busto" 17 pa ssenger, A SMan bFOR RENT l. a nTicide onl ym rd aab o etem
ni 1950 Machn first954 class41 condition. Pan I658M T and.... MrM ..0r-
SALE:...-Mahogony settee and nz r f er Fs2etG onr FOR SALE: -- Furniture. n. Fin.. NOVEY, INC. r[feaErd rtg o le d d no c
: d furnishing, petted hfowers and anftr 4:0 0 p. m. v' itQ res 267-AE or .Ca Abroork FOR RENTc-Furnished House. Three n t heDAve yTe a. 3-014 Mr. and lMso l reli i Fri .adayl dtM ,
512 Db, Diablo Heights, 6296. bedro"..ms, parlor-dngroom Nancy C. Newmabn; Mr. and Mrs. this bl aten t
f2-r1606. th Sre t FOR SAL-.w:- 1949 Pe rdw -d r S baths, kitchen, pe-io with b 2 U ntale H N olemh S nr traClaraLB. otr t e testa w ere 0 no ons..N ol .h tn ..
AdLn, rVdte tires lm i l ew, a eel S eFO R SALE dhs, btcboe. prati gowith staTe c omp letr aa nc ess. a the ts s r oe
'AL:-Mahoon e m, .ed, Li ,7C e.in. R rj0hI.s car a Tgn mae- an onr mad's .. 4 oge. rl so M NDa d Ri.a ee; MrO. n oer .
d springs. uffet. mahogany & Hunicut S. A. lek. St. Central t6hStreet, Polf Hegt., Tang. Mr and Mrs. J Daid RIul; Mr. were overt e -
st fr $190' cBernard S.4Strait;MMrs.C le s .36011;ISplce inhU2asFIMM
ihogany tables. Call Kobbe M4- Avenu Tl 00 Ce-2 nm*a Mrs. Jla hley;bt Mr. sad were. cein lated thf
5177. iFOR SALE 1947 Ford Tdor Sedan FOR SALE: Triumph Spdtwin FOR RENT:-Furnished three bed-I Vl Beae" IMr. Juan Mrs ; Mr. a",d M l. ce R ive n hCc h tr-. -I

l conditio- Good rubber, radi cheap. O ad C Coob r- l Thomat a nd e. t

Hous 0859S-AolldrPac,08. .tilbomnd M_ -w --.--A-y Tr
Ttm mbi FO7 E. OdsBobslc 4m plase tion,$LE:00.ustreceived m.l
N od P Mait tr. Every Tuesday from ~ s.eler sedoa B.200.00. H. R. Terrpier 150c motorcycles, 100 FOR RENTk- 3 bedroom chalet for -siH.iIW hi' r
P:O ___ Sa___E_ _5__os CI ONALES o a o.Tel 20787. N- ot wter. PFrom B alm ru28rs 5.-1 C le Refrigerators A total f 1 an Ms .A k

MSce s 00 AveR. Tel. "00 Ce. to# L arage. Bck of Belisrio Porras, "ex Th a *Uing Srr to disembark M .ana- ,. h Mm-th.
.. N FOR SALE 1953 Ford Victoria, r Golf Club, be. th 0tre.and rx l. on. 11Vine not to elte(Mt
deReeL S edan uty pad ra x n 1 F-41- x5 Sm ernoon lbrom l ork. boA I
or t pirst0sm all down pay tme. netlAd W robac m H O, -.... ...a.ce d #*Spikes



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tTireeinEl rangedo usehtoCldlca ,o sws. Adee, tlerh. ol J2 0 rafa fr r mn b atsa hning r s ibed 2 emrs. sr m ga hea lhto ye b
4v0 1 ti. .. 8, iFOR SALE -l m M inx 9 + 0, so 1 be-s Bok o fer ea., c'tp. lBeg tG e.e-,ot .o6 .g,. Fugc dend. 2 ,iryeentIir-
Mseneou lar A rnenis f oriT Porrsl -,- re to embark m. RENT e- o tWW0 mo.- i .inS
G.... ...OOK see .e .and. FOR SALE: -- 1953 F ord Victor FO Ig -E -pu old bIC.ir omNor.u F. ....M. aTd*",IHbrEo.eer ;.Ellt, .s ''
tolma tch Misc.ho useitems.Encl opeidianan Seer. a d Ma.taiseA"
'ionalSpl male, eore har tap. el o d 4y.; block top aony P 1a e yASPR S I- a0 M ,ntnne aMe,
fralso ch dreng s nursemaid to d.ays. Paenama 3--4 3 eved TYour Ltcly FOR RENToo -Fourthe n ohet or Aen; Ms. .Hw-rea a .t e ,,







Bfer a 41or CommunRcet ietvy dw0ufor0 bedroom furnishedroom halt. GAo. lf IM-, III. .^ IW
3E-4021. FOR SAii-Hlmon 0Minx, 90ed Ierl ud e i for Music0a P opl o., Nhot r, Intc Cml p rte
r tofuasd 0ir a .Tccrn dti M1n4 Jtor water R, 5 o rg. osTeli Fms -I CT oa r_. an d M r,_ P. O ii'e o her usb Is t.,
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er 2 a hF prEe : Trim ph lu FOR.- f urnishedr three months. i.elT a SI r e 1 .s .IwN. hw
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t FOl SPLEM.atbPanama. El mileA siper Ion n.- OTh lrE s BNA-a33onth sTROllmL ELEmTRON ICS e a ue ws .DARIEe. .25. ..
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f bud 2 cholets tont and wine at the 1 MoR a cd tt n rt, ng.. r .37 ,
W tiped OpM Mter e had r oor, nd bnch. From M3,- :a e o:0w0--- ew uI e r r. prct" as in Pan.** Cele.s ChamCee en CHamtmle .....y; C.i r 3ae 4 ,
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mOTON. a. 3- --P) t Cl S-month a to de- 33nvMusa for ThVritda. ri LONpo.rN, Jan.e r.20 (UP)-Prime rotary ottate'em$e fo t e t in e
eftldnt Else orio8e2 .4und- 9teibood to the patients of 8:00.-The Platter Parade Mi ter ir Winaton hurchl ney to Berlin wa n son the a tn t :
,t hi r frs at year In oso t Aro- L, ia.e, SA, Bd Fospital r/ 4:3-, What's Your Watorltd F REt S A dont tMI and the House of CoHmaond m ec.topl ..of Mr. 8 i
Swi th a net loalr o twonow stort n od :30--ThNes Ln tun their attention today to ovet Amm a ader- 1I
int-h venr a ll Joe Conn an 0 5:351-What i Your FaHullorite etlag ate s explopiot an ar ,Tn di.. p e at a t
at o the two e vr 6th .p m. Thus day : -T Owl's Ne" t ...er, garage..etc. 0h Street. Sa U g P 'TbekMr.and Mrs. a nd"M rai-.nOg
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~:eheid *,*iVpost. U A~I art', rns. -WI 1i 3 Tel. 3, 1 5 Fran Wearrend.
7'0'-N wmth.re.w.eviindeopenrden.ve. -Tda.l80Stetanon;. SUNa.,.-EB. 19h
fir sr t- ndta rdl r ins t lort FOR SALE:-' lose 50 Mill0e0nfr ItoledRTE N.a, Nat mr. Mr. and r-kato
3 orwee is -romhuse anEae :30-Mu foral
toBf'v 1 0, aIt f iPd Ad Irodack M t. 2-3hN:0ew-OY tuke2Re.- i.us cMa rd FtioR eouple.an-r;f MrstraheineUrb o ..PUERTO ""- .."
-ten o'T. .hm a-.. 6001full.30-priceamn. 4 -Meetr Y Sear .ikTO -whr3 Mr9 T
t he .ee _ndcts .i .. $ coH,,v $ .00 per month... _: rsn Ts. Helen Wa roo Mop lah. sa, m,ren;,,r.lik -
firs .ftl h+''t _.gr e v'r i th .. Oil. purhe, se e Bro. 1r149. :5'-. ...Ta red er iPrFaF-R RENT.- Nkel furnioshj, i c' ed locbat en an io b- luy 111T. lrljII W L,,
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hcrien epothe league Anderson 7 133 170 482 mhlrteen or the twenty-x me e B ba Iaue In undy r gam, iai o wee rt .k Oac,
Sitewrt w ack with Acmstronn 170. 14 172 488 e to face pim and Krp e n am played turdy t-Fort p obbe wrtewashed Navy o igt5it willTeet r I e a .... g
t s after or month Rb o 180 0 *25 at bat three times and getting ernoo Coco olo overpowered Wstbn 8-0, anAtltc ieft es at the Mount t a
Ss Navy match tand helt Ckdn BD ohneson 5 47 byI n thre C oa Swoo te wee may Wetbank 1-1 and Fort upended Sca 4-3, when two loaes whle Bill Sorts ot L
we foram ble to overcome Ilass C cc 2 double Terry Smit h e itched a rpnk lo a hearreakeS to and are pected to send rlrd _h i Cmt aco hole Thip tan.
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O tic match with the Elk o OFFICE baleven men and allowing nthe p e cial Troops topped Fo1 Clay Four ru In the first two pa oawnw.City Vbt.
thearns by four pin only aGHT Wallace 195 193 157 4n to 3 Littlaturdaye Motta's 2. Albroo 0 Troop s 00 00000 6 w e. cond pri
le back and wi the next anker 151 18 166 485 encounter. Atolo la ton the win over th2 resume their inning ways fol- be et























*-- liandthen tomloae the last RecCla. 153 126 188 467 The box score: Saepal Trn. A three |[f the interoll te *.rt plr *
S Totarin l w in th 545 nd lk4 but ngad 134 127 215 476 defeated ry al', Lott veteran Coco olo e.htl o .











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btlied op to a fine 595 Slrrabee 184 207 204 595 AB e inICoco Ti.' romp over Navy only ive hit of right-he:e || totertoldegti a.* X

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t erh ond plawt e 55 high Stewart 187 1 142 470 Woodsde, If 1 w releed Gryspanwic ol Juedto a thr- for the world 449Braies dn loiga1-alp
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i 'wirthe 55 aS~ l ;S '-Handi 8 N.cpea551k 060 100 000- 1 6h5 assne"Gcored three talary rry aW Mpi Dyw e YetlA.- wiews- iy "
$Bt. Th gan awell tenD only Edmnnd- la0 198 211 559 MOTTA' -Pfher ."Letty" Joe Meyers, rdk.. t and four straltht b"el of, o" A rl er.1 has --~
Stheir team average by Bute 11 '155 19 4 Lara rply to 0. Dore at hort th ort Clyton nine, wlk. e ing The Yankees will d nnta
H but i wal of no ue e a- Decurro 145 158 177 480 B. Wh s et 2 2 them down with only tAwo ve the saor f only three hits baltrsAoeekdlng revenge for the aa '
10split which, nep.lesM t Win ove WHITE HA SU24B thr scoopewdtoM. thes bell todt.wattA UD.hchamps, eked oun r itswa*If. handed them by I"' a-
y, he 2 didn't epick up. Max- vs WHITE ATS C threw to M. Cher, to.E.0 2 ht Meanwhile, S peal Troop the Fort Kobbgame n ut ark weef olcla dtsk. Iadere .
)*hitrout led the Hats witc) a Armintrout 190200 178 568 to start the season with a double foiehder Warren Vaesingled ton ob Preacott paced the ranConc6V
ie 5S. while Galgan was netDBr a 0el 138 107155400 hero of sthe tlt W lltin wi be announced Herb Beltto. only ew voteo Bombers whtying two hitting
Se. a d 145 145 145 435 In te A C Spe l a n fhortorDSpcal Troaon 5, Fort Clayton 1 0. plate it30 000-5 5.5 Comlaloer. ord Frickb t of- beinr elected.
































44 32 Wght, 189 162 499 MorlandP 2b 0 0 Npo, who ta triple to end Cco Solo 300 000 000-3 3 7 rice boas t, o homers
H e Office 44 32 Colt Alexander .132 1824 13140 440 J. WKarpins slammed one aga 2 0 home two runs In the third In .
e42 34 W ,.C .51 12 413 -ning and t the Special Troops Ioteries: Coco olo Eolan. Athletida nd pitcher Dus.h Dean th 3balot wi r d
to nury y.e E ater 40i 35te cam lltan 184. 185 161 530 the fence for a doublery. Bscr nin out fAront to tay. Iam (3 and Chamberofi alt in, and drove n h a rus. The Bvoted Anto ht ayl anl -
Stame. what with40 Tor 143 157. 131ot on with sing ptle ahernd asHerman rulo ( Fort Clayton the e e

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"hey oitieath 858 to 8l, ony lick -- 177 131 316 fourth on. a double by Maly hmer to lot the ),an at two- gafme. lat o t e et e...a
o ta ththird 936 to 805. Wite Johnson 192 168 187 5471 scoring B. Wills and again ini the TONIGUT 'apiece, after Albrook hidsoed. Winning pitcher Illeollc Smith Sta twat 'lU Ut..
tbe help ot 82 pins per game Arnold 130 176 185 541 sixth on a single by Maloy two unearned runs. 1i the first, retired with the score 15-0 atlfeitl a game'when.
i managed forthreeIBli 149 149 149 47scoring B. Wills. N&'Westbank v1'A MAFB The line score: end asxn g. He ge -gaint them.
iots, taking total 2719 to 2606. Blindan 1501 In theBfifthlCoco Solo p8ckmi at" Fti Clayton. (7:30 p.m.).
soY 47 was high far theHandicap 282 32 246, up three more runs with a walkiouonly fourhts. Joe TuInInelli
Osiibe's and also the clia3 B and doubles by Karpinski and With the firstweek-end gamesaiFt. Kobbe 0 02. 00 2- 2.7he9 l0.,Tohe -baggerb fors At Marquette, Unh ier.t ,'t
,bowlers with 271rt--, Smith. 46ith scoring as 4 Sott. of t5e Weon pla 7 the Army6 -t 2o St h .c saysanewifoth o scoring as tballf sao .n th Am. coac- be -o
h With541. dr i ht he A 'va ACE'S was pqt out at second. 113 l p t n i a .A Bbra total of 21h Joe
hn-ith 541. F re the Ace'A., -Albrook Batteries:. Al b. t ,( .-
,obison's ,435 led tite next beatiSphinley 182 147 168497 Maloy arid Karpinsid had a APD team are atop the stand- lomew and Boetto; o four, Presoftt, Benny Taylor ailld;naysNRwI 1=". I
'by 111 pins and alio ed the claims S tion, 148 176 190 "514 perfect day. Malay striking Out .!Iuf-of the Panama Area-Arme Rosario and do.di, Harold Na n" three each and named before the end
-aJsection-of the league. Anderson 179 132 170 482 thirteen of the twqnty-31x map Forces Due.In SundyayeAnow games..SmltN CWO Porria and Ifblo week.
uul S~7tewart wet back with A.mstrong 17(1. 14_ 2 488, to face him and Karpingki being In gme play ti fvB Ia i..
th Elk'a after .our months Robinson 130 09 2 2 at bat three times and getting eroon. Coco 8010 .oVerpoweredWestwnk -0, ry.ftith'slfth
lieae I.i the.Statek.adld t el*e.. -three hits, two ot whidh wel avlWeaetbank Iorf. up-ended *pg pjq 'I a4-3.iagainst two losses whileD ill Sports Shorties .. i,'i
ieorn2to6splittwo f gooIII|!P34 26H doubles. Terry Smith pitched r Kobbe lost a heartbreakes to and Foit Clkyton boa Coco oeuir dropped h i wIs s..,
b the Wright Bros. It was an excellent game. strikin g utl A brook o A I by a 3-2 count.1501o by a S to 3 couit.t-: garst ....... .. '
tic match with the Elk's seven men and allowing, n1 Special Troops topped Fort' Clay-j Four runs : the firstwo Ka' e nsa.Cit
the first by four pins only WRIGHT OR0. P11G. walks. ton 5 to 3in.a Saturdaynight.iuins were nough for Army'r ya'eeo
O back and win the next Sanker 151 168 166 485 encounter. A +Atlati n a~ei win over the. 1A niw school wilk be. ento
arid then to lose the last RcclIa. 153126 138 467 The box score: a.'IaI a Tros. A tUreeIsrI intecollgia" s p"
Total w in the Elk's Wikill stad 134 127 215 476 Qeor e Lott; veteran.Coco Solo e= Ih ln le rai relly-afell',
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hatekied on to a fine 595 'Larrlbee 184 201 2P4 All.R H In Coco ..o1Ws romp over Navy onfl. fie hits off right-hander.f ar Univterouegiatey i nn.'
t with 54 Reccj of the 9 741 922 452 Detore. a 2 0 b'g- run. Pitcher Lee. Blake held "The line score:Iall Of
Stalica 176 194 175 544 Sm1th, 2 alavi2 only one run on six Spiclal Trps. 000 000 030-4 k.3 a, .. ".".. ,"
final match saw thelHolland 146 182 67 4955 acott, lb '3 0 2i BattevLeil; Army Atlantichat'.
Zaters take all fourLouis 118 1 153 459 Lut 0 0 pitcher .
i frIr Powell' sand also Hirona 160 17 168 00 Sullivan, 3b -"0 0 0wwataged with the lo. .oils ,.* a ner IMP4I.1&er gatee a ld v .
on a IV Stewart log1 4 142 470 Woodside, Ifwas .0-olowrelieved by Oey n2 Oogo !fdlq jumped to a there .' ". th! world cathepwio Il
i setOdth 8027,.Ar enRichardson, ef 2 0 in the bottom -of the sikth... 0',, aj.rover F(rt Claytouobut.i S 'eUIoI ,
with 539-2 N. eaWet.ap k l 1 15 a3 scored three ta es11ngloi11 n'D.id
.acE withgamo. Of 73,7 SMOKE, Coca S 019.072 201-1 103 itl fourth: Inning on an er- the boat bets to be eibcted "O h th1&itle~blt!slinl
.421. The lPowells team only IdmondI 10 1993211 559 MO'1'A' .-Pitcher .1"Lfty" 4oe Meyer" rt',e. single mud four straight baseball's .l1 of, Fame todat. tm .America ever, hasnt to
their team avera e -byDuto 151 155 192 B9 Lars. rf 2 0 stopped the Fort Clayton nine, whkiks. r.iclers King and Mills Senioromurbers ofthebasZ pe- I .'
s but it wsaiof no use a- Docurro 145 158 177 480B. Wills, ef 2 2 2gsetting them down with only two ave the'.Salors only three hits ball Writes' Associalion alread"W .,dS.. ayt 3ls. .
the 210 that th~e Smokers Walker 167 180 158 -505 Maloy, 3 0 :2 hits. Meanwhile, Special Troops 1n the entire game. haye.ofe4 oil candldates for tho f
,over. )rtln with a nice St. John 130 Peterson.. c 2 -0 2 pounded out six hits good for official shrine, at -Coopqtr_ _and, Dickey, 6atGdIredLil
T E A M S T A lIN M 1 :.T.0 21 26 1 2 e, ab2 0 of t hertilt w aslio tin g w il l be '. an n o u n ced a t fell on ly & ew Vot e s h or l.-
-Won .4et h, PVL'.. Sanche-, lI 2 0 0 Special Troops' shortstop, Dan it. blayton 100 301 000-5 551ComMs;Fn188iD. Ford Frick's of- being'elected. 1"U .",7; Z'.
Of 42c34 32 rCollinrs 1 532 168 140 440 J Wills,. 3b 2 08 0 home two runs In the third In- ..a5Outitr ul riAl Simmons o' th Cloe 1t behi nd w d for M '
e Eaters 4 35% U 184 1.82 169 535jUmpirep: plate, Dockery. Bases nine out In front to stay. 0iuiqam (3,I and Chamberlain, of the Wa~diials.were voted into (Rabbit) Maranville. one-ti1 w' PWGtv
6 a40 i arica .143 147 144231Stevens. CLytI pitcher Herman itlruolo .4)' Fort Clayton -- the Hall Of .ame last year. Tor- Boston Brave shartsop whoedied be elected.
Caribe5t % ,zidtcaO.1, 148 157 2 p 431tvens.turned in a creditable Andg, mugs(4), and Mohn. ry, formOr 1lant first Ibasenran th r.
t Bros. 34 42 4 U 5ow blis Margarlta 2 ". ,. ; J-:_ __._,_;_....___I_ _'_,_._
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elks 1414 vs Police lead toe hit parNde with two The box scores:
he Gibraltar Life squad ham- singleW in four trips.
ed out .a 10 to 12 win over, WEL
Liicoln Lifers yesterday aftt T" bO. score: WL
lin at Pacific Little League N UFE French, b 1
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hits a they connected BZ b3 10 0 3 1K3 b 2 0I0' 3
the oferins of Gene Dolan, Sb 3 0 0 0 Tompklns, 3b S 0 0
auisd ifor I| Pateir, s 3 0 0 3 2 CronMnm, rf 3 1
LCharley Rager went all the D po. C2b 0 0 15 0 YsrbSu. cI I
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JaOM,Jan. 20 -UP)- Among the tro-ad prisoners Moskeuo vs rescued of talking too Jon and palln *BeOo
'and Korean war priMsoners ar, ? 85 Soh rnc 2A erl and hs abuctos awedl were able to twhe e call.
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ae southward last nigt un- eans patBriton. San Frantisc ne ter ont, while other at the Hall of Justice a c iaetool l*


S s ar e than aroll- "u these prisonersare restored Lt ar is a tormr aon driver few minute lat er after first Ish a te to a r
se and final chanrejecton to thf U.S-Ree-Chiont wide emany Dted. Atty Thom lnch said deL aectr all from the rsame boo to qhin ewp
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?lsd ,tt only 4- of them will be subjected to long the two men would be charged his wf Tesley, 29. at their home Asked If he was sorry, he re-
Ig oroed ofrant Commaf c*pr maltreatment and t wUil not have loyed"y with kidi'lonor under isn Burlgame. m poede "or don what'
l.omeh b re" pleis ande gnctd 'fia Moskovlt. who a ,re! O ely- armedn/adn o A M ur y-t .

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o re a.Comunit Ch- leased. The prisoners are traveling ti road and to mmke Oure Be uo tee d b a n nteat h uld e m
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hnes b ashiono o rmosa. and barbed Wi.e have been posted alohg the road. e r U m e ho lured MB L _
ed Form joint armistice commission, Lt te men. Indan Lt. Gen. ..S. outbreak or direct Communist in. k tate ted hmenearthe of
m tary. eai Gen. Lee Sanois Cho, telfically ma a, air the Ne h- tereerence. lcteiDac edoa area nat y
been refusing to returned to their cleared the the dirt road, oaria tesanComid er n noon on th pretense, of ar BAN FRANCIsCO. SO ateoc





cap.t Chineseor esuthsrsdnea17ie p couldot legally Maries were posted at every a real gotate deal, at ds-ta de- dP) The legal re e s hr e a h' '*- ". ..
to r d blue Na The letter asked the Indian on they chose to go to tha be oneutr na tween the neutral the lan e re p rr ed
StatestciSOn"tO r thePrint ers" to co per a_"ttof t hepn- where his- vartzez was guarding' r Oh.-l to--r




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B' a Nabtionolst seal on their the i |1 ti a m,-l n Bdge topold ton- (te woof itn s ash'seo f n mail
e Communists failed to back plea o d th Gene Conventig ." I Moskovit w a,-- here the he ud r e y sake of se tio leid cked open it hr .
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a st i k S o wa.rni g thaeyt N EiO Rf oot,.wdo., 0ks(U P ) on t iedme0t, eni t lod, h o e o u e e h rd haii K a Cl i me scs n surrendered t ,.q m m '
ea v h in there weenhotsoan fo id wpd twoth out oesnst ce. o
wlbad machine-gunned, p to hand h iR wife as if toed k eheBron Heady aaternoo- but wTit would have t in tsp o w e .9 or etnhr oo we ndidt od t
ay ore he and they crosse t rnded him ormer French Quarter por The faml h ad arranged to with me on Saturday or Sunday.ve actoo e, he would an
Sa l the cusedtheurder oetly etei adte" any prisoners who the rate atro sterday buton the reI tolted him that I was wror akin tei w by her dba










i byCet st his we. Te stt acsedh ofea West c oast and as a bookkee. casewas broken before the final Saturday and he iaid he wof Ju sltee a e a dee~d. dr wte ys- .fr.. ;- a" I .aw
Sake them back from nneEvers, a g todea h we D these prisoners are restored Leas frm w ayment. dta w ere settled et in touch wiat ate Saturday n th haveI lo e d.










a redarea aneto stunning in ae U.S.-Ree-ihg aid many Diof the abductors c moriningin, cal from the room to q o si wn't leave him
mo si thon wilesuRe lng"the two men w.ounbI charged hs wireLes-ey, 29. at thefr home Anked io f re was sorry, he ro
o,,dhs smoreu but onlyo 43 ..d y treatment and-etr .not have y wfora l ld tn dre ae e ro wh
rsta112h sreanv released ereIieootMt) the iliotunty to return boe htoCaio nas litl i












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chn wh d 1 en y authoritiessom.e 22,000 a I d-m s n to Arboo -ntopt dd .At that time they really -n r












licon air toa bsell." inersl aervics rie n front of 150 Arbor an : threatened dire cons!cuece
payed _mrindlt uonly 49thofma twwl nill edtsvm "attempted up to the end to blast the oe-nd 10 would "Threis not the addre ave They said they were lig to.cut
nd bues fashioned from and barbed re he been sted aloh the road. turn proramti me." He said: "That's o we'll me e something terre.
i. gat iand aroral aspC- 1Ueic a y e yaterohver -irth- ery effort to ple pdoor They felt that the failurepito red M 'As To U .
Saarmst com ssion, Lt te an L. e K.. outb ervice for J. Forredirect Comm st in ova to ted home near thec e up with the money c deern-. t.
tarrSe Cean thone rTh e nad promised iat-d e ieuld-not Crlefly ord, Agricultural.ed attache Bo we walked to 187 Arbor te was not a sin o ath




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hletwas found "hot mandb*atdantoe 9 I h a1t/0 o( him as we walked up the sid Then .they said the talked WALL Ont. 20 -
S in rtbal Maeotra ewat a coin themt be held today at 5 p.m. at the o s walk to the doorway. I thought with the "bos" and he wa will() Convicted o murdered
ts d butfne te ireiurder" Adi ti. St. Lukes Epcopal Church in INTON Jan 20 (UP) th unuua bt didnt to come de to 30000 enri eu tedthe









awa nofsh 1,0-W 0la in hp ra yto-lfdtemfels A.Seel-h elmertedU- Hao tolonm hienpt wosrld drive b nlyng,
WaI' oref uedn edsae' to e wiro bac ktotod y of the r laottionas-to.tobJ- naiioa "
Vgft fs scorn where useS?, aledoo vasealn#Knsasdlealme. fi tshatrymov
receiveedsl clothmco erring and -oneat-stviptedther whurdoubled Cr ted offpthe teleo be ahd wbs wr thegligethbnspimae noodise.




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l fge faaice. t eorti faoc to Uo- n: "One eep out out you ad raso moneyI nte [th tuchi. church L















na stated, the policeman re- "He struck sne and said lit was an-eraidag t riiu*d blWn ^orato Frtenc Qrufatiera Peafrryato The the endh" now ransom wwit me orS mn 11 p miroabewoulnd (stead
B t nthat the ien se, Cr No. hdeyat cusse while they were dis- of blew f -u a worke T a ba-wrtmout waidhe oecure heh e .to ime before. Iewe whach was mabe foard
Thad been isued to him last thestag the murder o ThsIaoe. l at, deted resmetbe go I t o e ., w tdy peouin ftr t
isar On another nrght, she ssaid, Ishe .D a ki thr didn't want to money r ina t.S.io n











telman told V1ez was reading Cooper a tary frone lwl Co t me that re o they wanted whe money wias togblawbornigT.s.l 1M
ttui wa teehaccal guilty oi a Chcogw newspaper that said a because Mskad a t'61-year edatenron of wa lledfy ame "ySu shd yourt wrad fBonin g trame i She hld .afr a a..-
Ideeanoraof driving a car ee cloth had been found at ecprocal trade agreements d an e the ones that have 12:55 a.m. n
rr plat e issued for another tweleoUAer sboue. anthteatbee h aianodkedasharsaideaRocan" o aLear took with.*iro n b ty tnkt Wh-
Ntoa listsecevdalenteir al* Q *h bid, vi ctm -l nd sd r i r ma e aye r A eal r e fereF 0l n m e ta d e a 6n ofh
Snd a sp uem For tmosa over iadn of his m r tes e m y to the da rl ead brethos a ri I nohee tan c e- t she d ied. of ast
OOleen ah rtepocket. het reue toneo In nhesCliffelhthateispredsenly y r heal wr"Afs.n hr t redjdaf
hotfirstes of the 14,."gChityaderee- ssGt' hedThe ransom'dteGand waste like what ke wanted. twe
Swldh refusedrtoiebtace-oto.sa'ois larimIInahmttory-top- He told me he wuldedrfveour-yhetwo-ar-etileucrvl'
Ric%"want toAn earbaned eonlyabykthe recent Green- ihat hoseang id etU touch woto With p"pelv tzatpe on' Mylepay
poli wt h undercover irltestified .chAracter in a play reach- heel sh t n rs a ed o me e a h make,bno se.
RicopAl es tfat.Ja L,sCk, ,ork. wife as iftocke her Police records showed that the Brown Heady. ..afet0eak it'bus would have to dvo so placed that. they, ct d view a llamas
z isasUp tr api..Et tsd.ie..ft urder offais d '-e n thad worked as a barmaid on the rse the :h yesterday z but the Ioths hm that I was. working3yevryatA ion., .
dcvmp by Ct dMhis '4ser- ler'ta-acusedm of beaiunr -West coast and as a bookkeeper ClI T wy So w e w ale to 1or I were consoderarI
wemafound "n oerhb'ater to emarried mwhoiedMnday'deaah his wftenoDid-now Tacoma, Wash, firm detich were settled 0 et in eluc k with me Saturday "-cithe andor.theys theyatalked -Wo,
t behlddyktfpo.aredthwakAntothiegdooriwtayh.P-hogbhtwiettshe"refused to. come o"deged her with grand larceny ofwwi--heabduConicted
fut-finede$ndbe-rtr etea tt hight
iemaftoe aentnhdmitsnt a tm ai d'atha tadetors urgeI aatt ev e
m'betwienga whluWthehshdonrefusedotourt sympathyaand getntomouth
51sc fi. lled averathat the alltgedirregularities m ydbBridgee
bsB d afrq ss Ia l r l s har c. M komvmIsionis lla er eewsatoli that his wife hed mone to the paper tjt, he wasn't able ti c" p et t c-l.
O ianseplsavid she struckposv.ereportibedtIn..Wsn-pand Aherbribber'sndbothewaytearmsAterthat$00000handtowritedthe
__Is tin thevo- l i with e ooperdduyi.g hbrot her, Alfred, atedot ated with her br ot god exulted oe retee the0 nf t play ed ar hell hur
"found U muffler wasnstoIhst ed"to woraykoFn CrrestooC rawfordpere;w i r- Oft Meetn i s brother- n w who reneotlate.'
?111Wmout-ofm !ofl-eInagiW e fin hand came Ineta yaAti than wh e tothdev eal .. ,.
aistatedthepolic emea ...n.aid FnralServices'nto t te e0Arbord" noi. threatened dire$COns5Cne B'"
,t"thwasdvlg car u iketh orthe wailed e-edrThisyAfternoonI.0 Iowe -sainst the asddOrkay. ftateThIdt fer
thato ic el t cm ew they weare dic-r-oroepirtn.e r c o ve r walk, it's oniy a coupleg01,door.q Te y e lthathe'mo Ijdesn .4
toer' utn but a- c" sh sai.-heaiFuneralh ervtleshforeJ.verrra p-withe.thr dear. G.
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