The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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a e chudren aboard It from serio. UNITED NATIONS N.Y., DN. WfP? U.N. di'mats'-od today tbyy belie

Sheppard Murder Jury., wereInflicted on a'
Stwo antiquated cr aas thepie$ by his regime.
lumbering local whid wt
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th CLEVELAND, O, Dec. 18 (UP) it took firemen with aWolene
-Five hou5ewlv0s and pee ( torches more than three hours Ther ted that one of Cbou's f ed C e bla
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t mark we case of pr. .Jured from the two shattered cars U.N. al Assembly for au- jId toC r" a' neet
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M ermleq tre VA. policy
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t*e *51 Pr Wag Solemon to
settle tnf bittr Arab-Israel dia-
DOt -r and. above all, bring
pe9S to the striaetorn Middle
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'UBED The Austrian Cath-
olie Newi Service in Vienna re-
portit hasreceived news that
tuatrian Communists have
freer Josef Cardinal Mindszen-
ty from prison. The Cardinal
Sshown above during a visit
to New York n 147.

lti iias, he is free of any feel-
of speriority towa
Arabs whom the vastly outpaun.
Wred Jewash army. defeated in
*%e- Prime Minister stressed
app Mg other tUhin, two vital lU.
ses urgently i need of sMlu-
tl_ f te Middle.ast is not to
n"I, prey to agression:
STe o Arab refugee
who left- Palesine during tim
Arab IsraeV Wr, and are nom
campingg on Isruae trouble borw

b rete Ct
) pment of arms t
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FB. ,t.n hldtOsfar hadI
n te in the United State. it Lu-
sers of some 40 lS hn U.S C s off rour of the eight at
"'S*t a eats already. (NTeiephotK rcrkhi nWashington, sawlte ma
filled with friends of DCOURT -n ThsDis ~i m- Cfm. Im. WMhe-nno, ey; #i. o o a
Sdefei' and guards bar- W Shepprd uas e made him NA.e MA i A t .
the oor to the onrushing w to thConurtrom i nCl ve- Or N N'o l ,-ons-e -F o-eeigneio et ns areaglb g toftt

thef fi ber the ci stoday bein niah by RdCiifpb
a .. tom. -w.., w 1 = seeag .= kO $117 loud h6-s on auomobil&mand fal.e Theid g-- er.uet. g

s'il ds 14 rp t e rns away. motorcycles without muers But Sen. John J. Sparman techno knoweg t
the barhMad been ,S raucisd. thente jury..min ey..A o or a recent s-b ___.

d Hod her to go Wi s n tedbnt.nd ^sd n ereahiU nio- odnstrnmtouseinan e fwot tio am s
ane said the woman wa rom slan rln Sspard' be e m it ( de Wa )hngton diplomatic offi- fugtrlie factR .5S Ih

r 11 1U..n "a tc As '~ ~ ; 1! wers rwen jaied by ons
lftecau m nd w as U 1-lri 1 ue or an t a dubious. Sparkman sai The four--tud af'I i
the knob of the jury room. The deliberationsee are in ab- this week, n President Eisenhower has "indi- bridge e

T he forces, a cord lng to lute .sec rrecy. so one knows whate sno
ea at a ta og on Inse excet t ]anpoliceauthorities, ded bcated .that there might be oeV- manndounding tuhir t
sn l aidthe door allw e n are 12 personsin aproom that fines of $5 would c ea steps .short of war" this sent homm. The

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she d& .d. q h 0 exhibits aging biles unnecessarily. W hinton di i ff u ts' in t a
ianc stad the oa wa from in M n At the same time, it ad-cia. hereae encouraged b one, n amely us tok
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a .rdould b epla n thcycles, w l- alo be fnS r Pei inm with Dlag Hammarsk- 5. mte r 5 u s e to"
The mayor of Panam ohas, oU.N.retay general. tual lepr.t l
el 'the i stcatementsof t tha c general.ese-.awhoraednumdberfh
terri e ne Iuse l -_0 .aute 'the prioner:kls lwe trheisre flr ted to t
imuossible for any Quiet. h me I airmen, convicted on mated to have be i -e
dTougn mdiste evey h!r o-f wcal
11-e mainstainedoin the city. H dhat'the State Department has the Communiat tost
S the day d night caiIs by among 57 Amercan known to-be.
Sho rns blowing u y.held in Red Chinese prisons or Whilexpre n
-e1I iThethdb.r.h.National od barred from leav that enmara,-m
ia wn the nstuctions of the n% oe- President, who rejected ".would bea'

Saist'"ng'pre" sure t. bl I an lwor d organization condemned lea t t So e l B 3 .,
An. e country preant i ieofinte 8.. i n. ,
cdva tage to Improveid. Is eo N i"rie m -. -, y
position. om US ouses USCA's Dilweg Ret
Lhe pressure has teen o dl15te
-30engthened by fears thoa .S.. 'Del d IiirC osh fl tt.l
for the Middle Zasa 2do- l5 UE Aiof Fig ht
it am agai annsled ocg ---.--- 10 rl t SJ /Tax wieiv-
eil- Miars Waido the Are- CHICAGO, Dec. 138(P) r -
abhstates -- would Mugthe. s...... ... win ere 1 --0 -- ." "o
1 e of powers" .ast sre and Sdnow and freezing rain w ie -00
ean risolation. blamedtodaWy for many fatal AU- A bid to remove the federal learnedthe fee.,*
to.obile accidents., writing incomewtax from U. S. citen percent.
boy UbaofI had hn ananrim close toOthiweek in w h h employee In the Canal Zone For
70yLItt Waelh f ora whnhenationobserved -"afei was renewed ,yeseray we ao w ar

hasr a Of1 e -four dea thsn ed rIn high w
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nor more Arab,. Aglt2,--1 .ie. ove.r m any a u. talgtaL n.a
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ma. FridayT.des '
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ttau el .A .in i' thYIn flive-intIndiana, threej.. t p*""s n of-..
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IMONTH. IN AvVANe9-1- 1.70 .50
SONE HYEA. IN A -VA.t' 11-.56o 4.00

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S-The Mail Sx is en open forum fo reedrs of The Paltam Americes.
LMt ae received gratefully and are handled in a wholy confidential
Ifysso N la kller dn't e i iee t I f)hn' eear the
' -I -U. In U tb Ihe e' 1,:
VMS" tey te Ke to mi
ehof i-eenm m Is held IN a uo bedW. n*
Snasa usmes a respom sibility fe M *M* s pionslM
ofe l 9 m

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I'm referrint.'o the fast that the eomanlsfsa
obt being treas human enough to hv a h
2fth of Dec. T "por evils no matte w 1 1
Ijve been worlat lie horses to pl ae
a nnot finish thDt Opping by the lght
t say "That.tough?"
* I am not a'-Senmy employee, but one who
the Joy of Xmas l being taken out of these poor
* The bread I buy will keep until Monday -
up Balboa on Mon4ayt onme on Mr. seybo'd, at-iJ
have a heart. I 's not you then get to the 'b
tiling -- let's S YDNE have* e'Vitt MqrOyf
h"obo 0S.40

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In your Suniy -per yoel stated .ttfaens will ftd looN
their privileges. s a that include ret $SA4dtS of the Re-
-Mrs. Irene Griffith.
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Please advise us thru the Mail Box if retired Canal em-
e'oyes will lose their Conimissary privileges if they are lUving
6he Republic.
S7 -u-Mrs. Mary Smith.
A, (EDITOR'S NOTE: According to reliable soUtee terms
of the Sew treaty do not touch on the states of retired
Semployes. To the effect that U. S. cititefl will not lose
Their privileges it is Indicated that the present ostues of
St. IL eitisen-rotired employes remains unchanged.)
1Z" Every year I spend over $800 on travel via a certain local
Airline. Every December I want one of their calendars the best
l-Dntar down Bere, but try and get one. Their brilliant ad-
I t department aiMUes hundreds to the polollitAns so
y ela bu, t have none for their steady customers.
SFunny though, give any hoodlum on the streets a quarter
"d he will get you one.
j Another way is to have any psanlsh speaking Qlerk in your
fe. gi et you *ne. They never fall, however, If a gringo
Sown there and asks for one, he will listen to more excuses'
S& dog has fleas.
V -Disgruntled.

S Office Affair I

Anmwer to Prevl

Labor News


'PORTLAND, Ore. It was in
this northwest -ity that, 'bor
leaders developed and af iaid
the system which took the Scpate
from the Republieans. It-ftisltl
system, which labor hopes to use
"MS days a year" during IM and
1956 to take the White Hous fpom
President Eisenhower.

In the 'background was a coali-
tion of. old-line veteran teamsters
providing the power for the system
worked out by the neo-Democlats,
the "neMwcomane" to tle part, jh
It about a decade, men out the
sa4me background as Victor ad
I Walter Reuther. I refer especially
to. their good tend, onroe
Sweetland, how Democratic na-
tional committeeman, awho moved
04.1sa Liaid.gofjiual In. the East
lorm ay years.


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Labbr won the filCg vote in
I A t UA .' *o#plter Dick
eubergerb it hima 2,200
ujority'out of ,0 ballots cast.
majority same from this t ci ,
ere most lar cs-0M la nentratd .
ere his mars was 4,518. It was
grye labor. votepast mustl after
Six p.m., which o str Neuetl erw,
and, therefore, noew lalor- -_"
SDemocratic. coa which hopes
ct control the Demt tic national
nominating ecsvren in '56.
The systemm" s le.
-It' Isl b ibleOf ai- t e intellec-
tuals and tY Cworking class power
of the teamsters, easily the most
influential union I inside labor. After
strategy was devised-and I'll de-
seribe It soon-the teamsters used
their influence to persuade reluc-
tant unions to get into the cam- e n
Thus, for the first time, there
was virtually complete labor par-
ticipation. It is difficult to resist
the persuasive powers of the ni
northwest teamsters union, since A s enc Sea so in
it ist he backbone of labor here.
Labor started campaligning last
May. It set up a "United Register By BOB RUARK
and Vote Committee", This was
made up of 24 of the state's top is- -
bor chiefs--representing virtually.
every important union. It screened
all political candidates and picked The ease of the' gallant old lady crawled under the house, so to nape-hairs is that a chronic pois-
those it would support in the pri. case of the allant old lady speak, for trusting her with rats- owner, using such easily detectable
marines. in Oklahoma, wip as -confessed bane as a substitute for caffeine, eliirs of death as arsenic and
It set up head quarters in the to poisoning four husbands, is ac- whleh was undoubtedly keeping its combinations, always seem to
Boiletrmakers Builing and put in cu of polsoui a atfif, and is him awake nights. have a baker's dozen husbands,
charge a charming ex-government helu" suspllouei a .the peculiar I am no scientist, but I think friends sd Innocent bystanders
al by the ame of el Stoll deaths of a h of other close that the reason women poison men planted under the plum tree before
Now the committee needed the ispciates, is faseating to me is because they have had so much the cops eot around to wondering
unions' membership lists. Some as a study of wo kind. I never practice in making inferior coffee why Mis' ary done showed u at
non were less than enthusiastic did know a dame who could air and warm Martinis that they meeting' with a new man, or tat
about openig up their membership a decent drink. weay of the slow effort and wish nobody's seen little Ezry since he
rosters. The teamsters called. The The hemlok In the cup that' to-speed up the process. come back with a bait of ratbane
membership lists were gladly turn- cher has been a particular prov- Also, there is that definite ten- from the drugstore last January,
ed over to a committee of union In hzwn males since we start. ency to preach. The old girl from 1926.
ves I raj Ing from the Mar. ; oma' old-lace distret, sa You bang a man with a hammer
wives were broken don e rinvlers who poisqn ed at "her husband would drin" or shoot him with a cannon pan,
7Uas i @ngr i=oo anIewes e vst. soed rndr yatandero,'few that nasty old rotgut whisky," and the dre ts cone. downlike
1as.. h t an l d affront' to a nurist and a a samnt t a .samm.da -lie.a

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there were "205 card-carrying
Communists known to the secre-
tary of state." Next day he
changed the figure to 57, and the
day after to I1.
And though General Bedell
Smith, Republican undersecretary
of state, swore under oath lat
year that not one CoV nrtrrist Md
been fodud In the State Depart,
ment, Yal Lorwin W*1 W n1i ted
perjury whan he die JW* a
Commune st.
That Iw flri for
ioars a. vearill

owed Oh
public s

McCarthy committee rather than
reporting on what they consider
to be the truth.
If a diplomat know that t fauttre
Senate committee may demand his
dismissal because be wrote his
considered judgment about China
as he saw it, rather ,han wting
%at the' pdlitiians.a hIome'Kt
him to wire, then preventivy war
is a lot pore IkuiA, ;.
For the dip&i e of t j
that John atbo Davies, Ca%
ter Y.

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* ta akoe dt 42sPetty eae
10 To Jnsale 38 Famous quarrel
S1k ithwM Elgil* school 4 eft fabric
t5avd. 29Lived a Peoltic
IB Cm1 cruelty aiml \
typ g or' awAer sufa
38 a33 IAfrican river 47Pemname of
14 PAWd l ach Charles Lamb.
35 ruit drinks 40 Salute 48 Marsh gs a
U Autuem 41 Urge Greek letter


t & S4PelNK COMPANY, S. A.
'NOti s heroby given to the Stockholders of
A. A. that a Spoolal Moting of Stookholders of the
said Corporation will be held at Hotel Naoional,
Havana, Cuba, at 10:00 o'clock in th forenoon on
..tltrday the 22nd of Japuary, 1955, for the pur-
Pose of saotng on resolution adopted by the Board
ot i Ireetrs at a 8poolal Meting hold on 6th June,
S4- adiMn g that th eorporatiohn e1 dteotved.

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The committee tiB went after
each union individually to see that
It was responsible for new regis-
tration-a-d actually got 13,000 new
voters on the electifln.rosters. This
turned out to be more than enough
to take the U.S. Senate from the
GOP and elect the first Democratic
senator from this state in 40 years.
Next the committee got up, spe-
cial lists and mailed 98,000 letters
to union members, tellin them
why they should vote for Neuberg-
eor-sad to get out ad .get others
to do likewise. Then. on the two
Saturday preceding Election Day
special labor flying Bquads poured
into the staets. m
SEacsh squad was isagned to a
concentrated section of workers'
L-.. .W =., ,n d distributed

Stoo-thesenis better going do for th
"r The.-it always a hih mor afgallowo *is pl
ilat pha *! itrigues me' a ecft to indiscriminate polonin i aimed, at dr re
is that the arsnic sea. Our heroine from Tulsa poisoned whose arsenic sales yave boomI
sonora always 0 get plenty them for their own good, but sab .enormously.
of husbands to ste, whilst was careful to say she "neve4
a gal who is 8 t dand brings the poisoned any blood kin." This na I won't say that I've noticed
slippers and pats the head usually where she deviates slightly. Most anything funny about the coffee in
has a difficult time corraling the people would take more pleasure my lodge lately, or that the ice
heomnd if she loses the first, in tipping a little eau de null into, tastes a touch peculiar, but I am
This harming old trout in Okla- cousin's cocktail than in ci s ng chacing- 2o iddeft Tomenzow
homa confesses to five on the ros- some wolfbanee" into a stranger's I lire a food tster.'Th Iw' don't
ter, and said she had another lamb milk shake. move swiftly enough in these cases
all lined up even before No. .5 The other thing that prickles my to suit me.

Walter Winchell In New York
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ads pie of special lit- n About Town mag made a misleading claim -
eratie and posted hundreds tof concerning volume of retail new.
rgeasall talfor by the unions. Noel Coward's Intimates are paper ad tie-ins. Life claimed mork
p dI thaeoncentration on frantic over the Lononn-imported than "the next seven marines
concentrate aea It was handled buzz that he may wed a British combined Actually, Good House-
lke an old.a Ted union orga- socialb e romance Society kag beats them 2 to 1 .
hsa drive. style: Gable's ex-wife (Lady Ash- Birbara Frances, actress, was
Tfh ht lves at on the phones le ), Just wed for the 5th time married to Lawrence Elsenberg,
igal. They mdi .0000 calls to (to Prince Djordjadze) has an in- of the Herald Tribune yesterday
ome in the ortland metropoll.- vite from his ex-we (Audrey Nanette Kutner, who did those
ai te AFI/ reported. On Emory) to honeymcon at her Palm excellent articles for the mags a
ecti b .ba, follow-up calls were Beach The Nicholas Mrs. Eisenhower, Dr. KXiise yna
eade to each ersoa previously Schencks 'pretty daughter Nicola, others, is fighting to savi her life.
ed-l phone calls in become : tomorrow. The day end her eyesig at Harkness Pa-
S r"on She comes into a fabulous fortune vilicn Terific eir-pulling bou
i operation aoe They say Shelley Winters may at 46th and B'way. Two chprines
Hundreds of thousands of dol- commit merger with French acter brawling over the son of a rich
lars were spent. Mapower-and Antoine Duffring. Lana Turner New England sandal-maker.
wmannwer-unavailable to any sent theat t to the Feds.'An -
oter force was thrown into the med bodyguard The Washington ine: The Shah
-.e June Allyson is expected at Johns of Persia asd his beautiful Queen
And the system fl still intact. Hopkins any plane D. Garro- have unusual Secret Service pro-.
The mast*f control list, properly way's new pulse-hopper is social- Eeea. Because there are many
divided into eotions,adOn sheet- ite Mary Pearson Jane Wy- foiira (here) of the late Cabinet
of 10N names each, is ready for use man embraced a religious faith Stus Fatemi, whose execution
gnd is keptup to date for the last w eek .'. You never can telot? w' dered by the Shah Pre-
S The "The Bad Se"(the season's a 'ry figures indicate business
gIetral c $ 24 melodramatic 9mash) stagt 30iha will be greater. The govIt
sa t, ey nS t per:mit through a harrible 500 we standy plan, alone, is enough to
la Ion't want Baltimore before opening 'here. evt recession.. Secretly the
sys *tem to a They want Patty (9 years joung) McCor- wbeicH Command is
S white Houseas. well as the maI' $cene-*tea g in that hit: e deeply divided than the GOP
ate attyLar nd is openly. .. The Freesi-
-79 ,*dat's State of the Union Message
1Tommy Manville, multi-milUon- wil break the hearts of both ex-
aire, hadaat unusual operation tM eas. Ike Wll let the Demo ma-
at a New chelle hospital jlay take full responsibility if
S Joan IowS, newest of the dancing tey reject it Inflation Note:
i E N S girls J Gleason show ls The fee to file a bankruptcy pet*U
Joan ?s niece .k e .haUft )" doubled.
comic Jack Prrs have their pals -
depressed. She's the Heisbey
chawkilt heiress. Christine Jor- Red Kullers, an ailing unem-
g ensn's blat aefet Is a Vander- ployed actor, reed 20 in ea)
1v \but ech o Its Anthony, who Ifremi pals at the hospital When he
broke O hind ad out he'll n his own ban
at the 2te 212M, is tcrc r Kirk Doulai amid Van HeBia
hlB in wife ned- The 's ha .200 ana 1.400 t0 Broad

It's w to r

tAhea -

the coast "Teahouse.' How she has
grewn up and out!
Gilda Gray's crack: "Marilyn
Modroe won't last. long if she
doesn't become a lady." Does the
former shimmy-shaker mean Mari-
lyn had better start shimmying?
. Mai Zetterling's departure
for these shores for "Tonight In
Samarcand" left D. 0. Stewart
an unhappy chap In London .
Actor Majre Evans is wearing
his best' ,haakespearean 'manner
doing Federal jury duty these ma-
tinees Talk .bout steady jobs,
Lana Turner's stand-in, Alice Nay,
is celebrating her 17th year as
Lana's double Denise Darcel
returns to the Cotillion Room at
the Pierre tomorrow eve for the
6th booking When "The Grand
Prize" bows in at the Lyceunr
Jan. 13th John Newland (as co-
star), Betsy Palmer (in a featured
role) and Tom Poston will be mat-
ing their Broadway stage debuts
. Gina' Lollobriglida's rvela-
tion: "I keep srco ga omy
front lawn." (No wo .detrhergrass
always looks greener.)
The "Chaipagne Complex" plot
has been revised. The heroine, in-
stead of at pasdl= out from
dr.i nkin, ,also way6t d. trip.
(Here, honoy, have another) .
"By The Beautiful Sa" drowned
Its backers in ITS. Welh of

b to s
P. Vregt
i. T

P to do

Am,. uoi ax. UUa mpu am, Ius
JiUs Donatue, Sriv r com i-
sioner of tO District,of Columa,
geerously defended is casem
Finally, the Justice Deoartmnet
went into court and as=.d, that
the case be dismissed. There was
no evidence on ahich to base a
I talked t. Lorwin afterwqrds,
Be was not bitter. He had been
through four years of hell, buI
said the experience had showed
him how many.fine .people there
were who'believled In him and
were willing to help him.
Joe's Defenders
Some people claim: "Joe Mc-
Carthy did a good job cleaning up
Communists, so he should be for-
given some of-his mistakes."
Unfortunately they forget that
Joe didn't start on Communism
until 1950, by which time the Juf-
tice Department had already la-
dicted the top Communist leaders!
of the nation. I had exposed the
Soviet spy rin in Canada in Feb.
raury, 19, te year McCartht!
was elected to the Senate. I hat
warned the State DepartMtea
about Alger Hiss, also in "M4;
aqd exp eG the Iussian bie Pal
laboratory in a Silver Spring ma.,
basement in September,1941.
Joe was four years late -waking
up to this danger, but when He did


mg wits rea L nBuyi.w~r.
Asd while the perstpal dff*et
enoes ate dot' Impotant, it'fs im-
portant and unfOrtunate that it
will take the country a long time
to get 'aver the Ilpact of h% tae-

Scarecrow Beats

ScIeKnc, Says Farmer
BOSTON,-N. Y! (UP)-A local
farmer, in an era when science can
send electrons rain, hormones,
technicians and, chemicals to the
farmatead, advtio corn-growers to
go back to the use of scareerow.
Joseph J. Kobiolka, 41, who had
been using renelents, went back to
scarecrows tHire ytars ago when
he found that' treated corn clogged
his machinery. Now he has no
trouble ith either the birds or
His scarecrows look much like
the usual thin except for a white
paper bag filled with straw dan-'
gling from each arm.
"They hang from string," ex-
plained Kobiolka. "Any breeze will
move them. That's the secret You
must have notion."

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w Mtluse in 1947 is among the re-
's work on. display at the Canal
HBrd Highway during December. The
Sb of the Civil Affairs Building, which
blic daily.
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ew airfield In the
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= Usbt submaeIed s.'1s-1 ThgdtnlWn .itt -en
wrtStwo t Mal iWe to -i f how the &garet retail price has
w ls sam a "o dele risen, witthut tobacco growers
aby dSe te e em i e. Noes o and the-company's workers get-
etasp camt be seepted by tele- ting any proportionate benefits
ph**e* In the form of higher prices for
leaf tobacco And higher wages."
Wilms Mles. Navy Wives Four-fifths of the additional
Club Meets Monday profits the President was quoted
as saying: "went to the share-
The Wilma Mile a Navy Wives' holders of the powerful enter-
Club will meet Monday at 7:30 prise which nets many millions
p.m. in the Community Hall at of pesoa in profits every year."
15th Naval District, Ft. Amador. With such policies, the Presi-
dent added, "The companies are
Mrs. J. W..Bunch, newly elect- forcing, the government to think
ed president, will preside.. of tbhtr n)ationalisation and the
The wives of all enlisted Naval government would not hesitate
and Marine personnel are invited to doit if their attitude is not
to attend. changed."
lwery Dump
Riabow City Council
Meet Wednesday MANSFl-D, 0.-(UP) Next
The final meeting for 1954 of the year this eity may have one of
Rainbow City Civic Council will be the fanciest garbage dumps in the
held on Wednesday in the High country. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Swank
School's study hall, at 7:30 p.m. claim that garbage collectors
made off with a basket filled with
Aside from a report of the recent assorted flower bulbs and Mayor
shirt-sleeve conference, the Dec- Robert. S. jAmley ordered an im-
'earber b Iletin will be read and in- mediate sarch of the dump. Some
stallation of the officers elected were recovered, but the Swanks
at last month's meeting will be said m6st of them are still miss-
held. ing. ,



SI n eaves- 'Honest John'
Fourth Artillery Added
s Korea To Army Weapons
.OM, iD. (VP) STUTTGART, Germally Dec.
SV a-ffln l.Im an, Ro- 18 (UP) The U.8. Army an-
man 0theolle ar oaf Nlew nounced today an unspecified
York, ift by plan today for the number of the "Honest John"
Far alt to seNqd his fourth long-range artillery rocket capa-
Christmas with American tropos ble of carrying an atomic shell
In Korea has been added to the weapons
The plate said he was taking defending Western Europe.
with hin 100,000 cigarettes, Sb.- ---
000 holy pictures, 25,000 rosaries, and a quantity of toys for Ko-
medals and other holy. articlea1rean children..

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Choice of his
Birthstone In Variety $ .50
of Mountings


His Bseellenery, President do the RepubliH and Mrs.
3Joa Antanio Kemon oWre.the guests of henor last evening at
a moos receptn tendered at Hotel El Panama by the Foreign
re alI& Mrs. Jose BAnrn Guisado.
aymOmiqbdl.. ser I Lee Cagley and Miss Adele Meli
aino m lheva I ner.

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Mr. and Roibert P Carey of ueI
Sablo Heights have an ounced A
a. birth .their third child, a TAmw
ughter, Maureen Elise, at Gor- TIHITW (
s Hospital on Dec., 10.
SA Christnas concert sponsored ,
S ate ral gfndparents are M r. by the Paralso-Civic Cpuncll-will
S d Mr jeph P. Sonderman of be given sunday afternoon, at
ederi wn, MNissouri. Patern- the Paralso Schol Grounds. The
gran parts. are Mr. and Mrs. concert will berlin, at 4:30 p.m.,
- s Carey, formerly of Bal- accordi d to L. Fawcett,
a, who are %w making their 'Qric Counsr president.
me ia C The coneert will feature thetLa
*M fBoca Alumni Glee Club, under
SH.ednwdat b:_ L the direction of Miss mily
Hotel ato Butcher, and the :LUfellniers"
The Wedoay Club's Christmas chorus of Fort Kobbe, directed
cheon this week was held at by. Edward Cahill.
e Hotel Washington. A speelal feature will be the
Shhonor.r presentation of the ..Christmas
Their guest of honor s Mrs- portion of Handel's Messiah. ,
A. Thoor of Coco Sod.. The public is invited to attend.
SThe grot gathered MWtd -a
Sristmas' ff, where ,I .were
Tose.present were, the club
-sident, Mrs. IAillie Elizey. A
Irs. Louis -Hooer. Mrs. J a m es I

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stand '** steaming heat of tropical jungles...
the freezing cold of arctic stonris... the gritty
dust of desert winds. A watch thai would stand
upunder the roughest jolts... take to water
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with fultMs accum y.
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was-and is-all the British G6venmemt dew
maoded. That is why the British Govement
has selected Omega sp.O c$t Supplie to the
British Navy, Army a A& t orce.
If you-maW have a wiA&pcm an rely oan.
alwaynty 'Ul ho glad u picked OMii'I

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Brouwer Low Bdder

To Paint SevINl

CZ Govt. Bu. .S-
Servicio Brouwer, Wu low
bidder on three at the five
schedules included in the Iollci-
tttlon for bids for the interior
and exterior maintenance paint-
Ing of a number of Canal Zone
Government buildings. The bid
whr opened yesterday morning_
by the Engineering and COaM-
truon Director at the Ad-
ilnsltration Building in Balboa
The Brouwer company entr-
ed a total bid of ftT oi the
three schedules Whwh inolude
tke exterior painting of the Mar.
ar tAG Oymnasiumn the Balboa
ih Sc-hool shop uildlnR
N touch-up and IntrWor panMing
of a number of rooma in the
Admianltration Buildtng in Cris-

Cenual Ave. 1
No. 3 Lottfuy Pla"
'ourth of July Ave.

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FOR SALE:-1952 Ford 2-door sta-
t'on wagon. Phone 5-586.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick, excellent
condition. Con be financed. Leaving
Isthmus. Phone Cocoli 3987. Call
after 6 P m.
FOR SALE- 1946 Chevrolet, duty
paid. A clean car. Reasonable. Phont
Curundu 6108. _____
FOR SALE: 1953 Singer, 10,000
miles, like new, $850 or make of-
fer; 1941 Plymouth coupe, very
good, $2E0. Phone Curundu 83-
4183 or 83-5123. House 578-E.
FOR SALE -Stateside m a tern ity
clothes, size II; baby buggy and
stroller; 20-inch exhaust fan; new
electric roaster; Sunbeam mixer;
also'toaster, sandwich grill, electric
dlock Phone Balboa 2-6364.
FOR SALE--Beautiful 1954 Bel-Air
Chevrolet se d a n, wlsiw, 5000
miles, exactly like new. Can be fi-
nanced. 0599-A Boyvno Street. An-
con. Phone 2-2744.
Help Wanted
WANTED:---Good nmaid for child care.
Must have references. House 5437-
B, Diablo.
WANTED: Experienced housemaid
for general housework. References.
Phone 3-5092.
Position Offered
WANTED:-Radio Technician. Bring
references. 45th Street No. 3.

USCARIB Promotes

Two Officers

To Colonel's Rank
Headquarters, E.S. Amy Ca-
riobeap, has announced the re-
cent promotion to colonel of two
officers, Col. John J. Davis and
Col. Arthur T. Sauser.
Davis, commandant of the
UBARCARIB School, *rt Gu-
m" W

.P~r to W .- 3 snmet to
1tSARCARIB in 095,. Davis serv-
ed the Ilt Armored Division
at =e Knex, y,.
Sauser, executive officer, Head-
quarters Commandant, 23d In-
fantry Division, arrived in Pan-
ama in July 1953. He served as
executive officer, Post of Coro-
zal before coming to his present
job a rt Anmador.
9urld. World War II user
Mried ith the Id Infaqtry. Di-
vision in' the Aslatle Pacific
theater. ,
Before coming to Panama,
Rauser worked in 0-3, Depart-
ment of the Army, Washington,

Lost For Words
DALLAS, Ter. --(UP)--If you're
at a loss for words sometime, see
or write Joe Salzman. He has some,
100,000 of them on file.
Salzman's collectiaCo nsists of
about a ton of file index cards in
a Dal&a&warehouse. That's his ob-
by-- tb iup adjeeUtives and de-
scri I.te phrasess of just how good
or bad a hng can be.
He's been doing it for U years,
cutting tet phrases out of bhoks,
I= a g -and newspapIrp. Even
UIb If he sees wat he con-
|inedlq uh,.um un" a,,i

SLow bidders on tN, r two a Wboa he'o and
phedule. were aWrho note t down.
submitted a bid of $,.035 for the
Oaterlor painting of the Maria- He jast likes to save people the
rt Ppst Office and the Tropical trouble of be ng at a loss for
rh bid 975 word Sal n expled.
6the Y of the Oama "It st occurred to me one day
d the Santa Cruz Gymna- that someone could write down
aiuS, the Oamboa Swimming all the descriptive phrases that
Pool randatand. the Santa Cruz have been thought up," Salzman
r d 4and the Gamboa said, "it would be a big favor to,
naslum Grandtand. everyone. So I bean,"
Although interior and exterior An example Is me Word "life."
maintenancee paintjm of Pan- Stlpma.n has tupped out a booklet
UL, Canal Company quarters on that one word. He begins with
been done by Rontraet for the favorite ga thstbuteele have
t pat several mons, this Is said about U e.I include a list
fiee it tme tht the Op I of ome 95 adjectives-nchludlng
y. Gevermnent aasolicited such words as erry," "congen-
ofor fhe palntinf of public ial'" "joyous."
ulings. Saizman is a salesman by voca.
Bide for the exteriOr pinting tion, and thinks that
of a great number of Panama Churell's speeches are abslute
Canal Comal f b wMil be "e 4se" a source deOf e 1
moed at 10a m. Dee. 22. This phrases. The late President I
m be the lnest paint job of ln D. Roosevelt wasn't bad, either,
th year, in -act the largest he reported.
t.t cmContract to date. ^Ad evenson, the 1952 Demo-
an"n -" atctpreittli candidate, "will
"be O.K., but be's still young,"
l Salzman added.

5.? R Sick" owser

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tALO, N. Y.- (Up),--e -
at learning Oa ev ive
e tri tat Lma. l-
HUM o a1maly kem a16
falo, Jerome D. Blocked
the allowing printed -n a ato-
tiery aof hkis firm (the Bock RiMg
Co.)- %
Cine and Visit
f te Grist Lake..
^&-iS~t ^Syr.'

DISTINCTIVE Dance Music At Its
Best. Harvey Dowers' famous orch-
estro Box 3703. Ancon.
Cristobal Service Center Beauty IShp.
Phone 3-1642. Mrs. Rather Leren.
so. maonaer. U.S. personnel and

FOR SALE: Speed Graphic camera
complete with all accessories, new
condition. Call Balboa 2-4274.
FOR SALE:---eautiful BATEAS. the
bebt CHRISTMAS GIFT, at Fete
Helgn. opposite Hotel El Panama.
FOR SALE: Christmas Decorotions
and Lights for Homes, Stores, Clubs
and Organizations. Christmas Trees
on sale now. AMERICAN SUPPLY.
"I"` Street No. 14. Phone 2-1060
FOR SALE:-I Army type shortwave
radio, 60-cycle, good buy for $45
I Fieldmoster .22 rifle, 18 shot,
$30; 1 pair of binoculars, 20-pow-
or, $60; I shotgun. Stevens .12-
aauge, single barrel, $18. 866
Morgan Ave., Balboa 2-3460.
FOR SALE:-A.K.C. registered Cock-
er Spaniel pups. Weaned. Ready for
Christmas. Phone 4-576.
FOR SALE:-Xmas tree decorations,
2 large matching rugs, one set gold
banded glassware. Phone gal. 2339.
FOR SALE:-A f r i c an violets for
Christmas. Many colors, varieties.
75 cents. House 6243, Bequeron
Street, Los Rios. Phone 2-3365.
FOR SALE: Ho train equipment
complete layout. Almost new and
unused. Balboa 1717 any evening
after 5 o'clock.
FOR SALE:-Cocker Spaniel puppies,.
A.K.C. registered. 6 weeks old. Call
Balboa 1717 any evening offer 5
o'clock. Only to persons able to pro-
vide good home and care.
FOR SALE;- Radia (Olympiao $30;
2 strong bows and arrows $15. Ave.
Cube No. 6. Apt. No. 2.
FOR SALE: 70 feet outside lights,
rnomplete, $25. 2127-C, Curundu,
East 6th Street.
FOR SALE:- Electric train with ac-
cessories set up, complete; Quor-
tfostiltr dresser. AN* reasonable.
B lboa 6393.

FOR SALE :- Venetian blinds, 93
Sinch wide; rocktoil table; drapes;
triverse rods- household articles.
BZalboo 2.4496.
A.K.C. registered, seven weeks old.
Call Panama 3-5371 or see them
at "LA CHOZA" on Juan Diaz
road, oear entrance to Old Panama.

To Stay Marrted
ofo aco Jd ke

MADIOI, Vi.-CUP )-A Wis-
consin supreme court justice who
handled hundreds of divorce cases
as a Milwaukee: circuit judge be-
fore moving to th$e state's highest
court has some advice about how
to stay married.
"There Is BO ouah thing as a
completebll frJctioaless marriage
and many tenmsopa disrupt the flow
of married bIliE,"L according to
Justice Roland Steinle.
"The small things keep piling
up until a couple can no longer
e6dure the sight of each other. It
you ask them why, they can't tel
you. All they can say is that It ix
a lot of things."
He ave gaveth seven rules for
easing the tensmns and makinX
married life happier:
1. Be as nice to your spouse ax
you are to yourself.
2. Maintain a sense of humor.
3. Don't take your problems to
4. Don't forget small attentions.
5. Advice of parents should be
sought nl on ly frunt and real.
ly important ocetasIo. Most prob-
lems should be worked out be.
tween the hbamd and wife.
I. Keep ftaseisl matters on a
business plane, wi the idea that
marriage Is a partnership finan-
cially as well as in other ways.
7. Marry. .wi th feeling that
divorce is illegal and marriage is
permanent. "

We have exactly the

glass 'ott need for

your furniture tops

and wirrors for your
betthoou muand walls.
or Wiese an vy moderate.
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Gramlich's Santo Clara Beach Cot-
tgesl. Modern conveniences, mod-
erte rates. Phone Gomboo. 6-441
FOMtER'S COTTApES, L.r mile post
Santa Clara. La* rtes. Phone
Balboa 2-18".
WILLIAMS' Santae Clara Beech Cot-
toage-rockgas. refrigpration, two-
bedroom. Ph Balboa 3050.
Philil. Oceanside cottas. Santa
Clara. Box 435. Balboo. Phone
Panama 3.1877. Cristobol 3-1673.

FOR RENT.- Modern three-bedroom
house, 2 bathrooms, living room,
dining room, maid's quarters, at
Bella Vista, 47th, Street No. 17,
upstairs, Phone 3-1551,

At~TIMION I. 1. ust built modem
furvead pertmemnt, one, two
bedroom hotcold water. -Tel-
ephone P'nama 3.4941.

FOR RENT:-One-bedroom furnished
apartment over Panama Auto COm-
pony on Automobile Ro w, $90
monthly. Call Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Best residential section. For one or
two couples. 43rd Street No. 13.

FOR RENT: One or two-bedroom
furnished apartments. Good resi-
dential section. Phone 3-0276.
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment,
screened, No. 56, $40; furnished
$75. Phone 2-2316 or 3-0234.
Key: Apartment No. 6.
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment,
living room, dining room, bath-
room. 13th Street, San Francisco,
Via Porras No. 16.
FOR RENT:-Comfortable apartment
on Via Espafia: One bedroom, liv-
ing room, dining room, porch, ga-
rage. Phone 2-1456.
FOR RENT: Modern small apart-
ment: Large bedroom, living room,
screened back porch, balcony, mod-
ern bathroom and kitchen, painted
modern colors. Rent: $65 monthly.
Available Imediately. Con be used
a4 two bedrooms if necessary. Lo-
cated near Canal Zone. Phone Pan-
aio 3-0763 or 2-0027.
t 'WrNT':-Modem unfurnlisedT-
bedroom apartment, near Hotel El
Panama. 102 Via Espofo. Phone
Balbow 2870.
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment,
hot water. Exposici6n, Ave. Cuba
No. 58. Tels. 3-3329, 2-1227.
FOR RENT:-Aportment, 2 bedrooms,
maid's room, garage, hot water.
'D" Street, El Cangrejo, "Rosita"

FOR RENT:-Apartment: S i t t i n g
room, two bedrooms, dining room,
kitchen, private service. 8th Street,
Lefevre. Phone 3-2612.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apartment,
refrigerator, G.I. inspected. Via Por-
ras No. 99. Phone 3-2068.

FOR RENT: Completely furnished
one-bedroom apartment. Kitchen,
gas stove, new refrigerator, use of
garden, $75. 48th Street No. 3.
FOR RENT: Concrete apartment,
furnished; priced as not furnished;
North American neighbors, fre-
quent trons ortation. Tel. 3-0471.

Bsinssmn Gives

Kids Free Movies
CANTON, O.---(UP)...-Finley L.
DieM put on free outdoor movies
hre dping the past summer for

Diet put a theater-size screen
up on the side of a garage at his
construction company and rented
lfims from downtown distributors
films from downtown distributors
for $15 a n1ght or $30 a week. He
put up wooden benches and open.
ed his yard to all the kids who
wanted to come in.
The entractor opened the sea-
son shortly after school let out,
and belg helped put on a
pariy for the 00 youngsters who
ca e the first night.
"I thlAk bringing movies to the
children here helped to keep them
off the streets," Dietz said.
"OWm or .twice neighbors com*-
plained about the noise to the po-
lice, but the police felt I am doing
a community service and cooper-
ated with me."

WcUPr rod, Too
ex-Marine sergeant has tried a
new way to see the country. beph-
en S. Payne, 25, of Leioeter,
Ma. returned home here after
a 110-mile trip in an ambulance.

tor, 25-cycid, freezer top, good
condition, $Z60 Call 6-532 before
7 p.m.
FOR SALE; Westlnghouse electric
"'rooster andcbroiler.' Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: Immediately be i n g
transferred: Easy washing machine;
2 bamboo chairs with end table &
hassock; Quartermaster dresser with
large circular mirror and bench;
antique maple dresser; porcelain
top kitchen table; typing table; nao
tive mahogany small table; 2 occa-
sional chairs; New Home cabinet
electric sewing tnachine; floor fan;
Chinese rug 8x12; Samson wooden
card 'table. Bargains. 671 Curun-
du Heights. 83-245 after 10 a.m.

FOR SALE:--Piano. also 7-piece liv-
ing room set. House 0588. Apt. C,
Beyono Street, Ancon. Phone 2-
4395. ,
FOR SALE:-2 refrigerators, 25-cy-
cle; Kenmore ironer, 25-cycle; red-
vwood shade;. bamboo shades; two
electric clocks, 25-cycle. Call Bal-
boa 3274; 1525 Gavilan Road.

FOR SALE: Washing machine, 60-
cycle, good condition. Price $65.
Quarters 637-A, Fort Kobbe. Phone
Kobbe 6225.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining set,
good condition, $90 and Spinet pia-
no. Phone Panomo 3-0672.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Outboard motor Mercu-
ry Super "10," perfect condition,
good pric. Mr. Novorro, Phone

Elecronic Scale

Used To Weigh

Trucks In Melon
SALEM, Ore.-(UP)-An elee-
tric device for weighing trucks
motion has been lastaeled o1
Punfie north 1
C'anes& _'faa

Christmas, Carol Ug
A half h b er* inx will Ae
presented .ftn.the Pafth of the
church Christama eve by St. Pe-
ter's beginning 11 p.m.
Relssing of the Ckristmas
creche at 11:30 will precede the
regular midnight eucharist in ob-
servance of the feast of the nati-
The Christmas apprec i at i o n
dinner announced for 8 o'clock
Wednesday eyB will be fea-
tured by the showing of an inter-
eating film: Thoe who contem-
plate attending are asked to turn
in their quotas not later than
Tuesday evening.

Panama Line


Two United States senators
and five congressmen and their
wives are among the 76 passen-
gaers who sailed. from New York
Thursday for Cristobal aboard
the 88 Panama of the Panaina
The congressional group In-
cludes Sen. Andrew 3. Schoeppel,
(R-K.); Sen. Herman Walker,
(R.tda.); Rep. James 0. DonO-
van, (D-N.Y.); Rep. rranqi a
Dorn, (R-NY.); Rep. A. L. Mil-
ler, (R-Neb); Rep. Barratt 0'-
Hara, (D-N.Y.); Rep. Henry 0.
Talle, (R.Ia.).
The Panama sailed from gew
York Thursday with 61 passen-
gers booked for Port-au-Prince,
al The vessel is due to arrive
iB. WtOal Wednesday.
k b complete advance passen-
for Cristobal follows:
Lucille Alexander: Mrs.
h'w Benrdser; gr. and Mrs.
LOU jrt.; Jamis 0.. Brady;
,rw -.St walt' ; Miss Kh-
r.... r T alld *.W wand als Harr

Um 9r-t sameW o umsanIl
type of scaleon a highway


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r. and Mrs.

n *m wU gWy ong* w k a y JMnJW. Uran5scr.
said: I -I ... & .5V 3
"This inmotion w. ..g. d Ie vo lchler; MIU Flork
This In-motion weighing evice Founr Mr. and Mrs. Max de
might enable us to do some pio- la Ouardia; Mr. and Mrs. Louli
peering in highway research. At F. Harris; Dr. and Mrs. Henry
present, weighing trucks for high. Kosterita; Us. and Mrs. Antho-
way planning and desn purposesM ny c. Maggiori; Representative
involves stopping vehicle andget- and Mrs. A. L. Miller- Mrs. Ken-
tS a sample measure. Truck neth dUer; Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
opfrators often object to being de- vin Myres; Mr and Mrs. M. P.
'!e u Nickerson; Representative Bar-
They have used circuitous ratt O'Hara; Mr. and Mrs. Ami-
routes to avoid the weighing sta- deo Parine; Mr. Ira M. Price-
tions, even where no law enfore- Miss Nancy A. Ramsey; Mr. ant
ment s involved and the dsta are Mrs. William M. RosenbauM sand
used .only for highway planning. se son; Mrs. Thyrza Russon,.
Aaldock. said other states are
watching thq experiment. PreviousM .. ... ..h ._.- ..ii..
ule of electronic scales has been Mrs. Edit McQ. ibnwich;
limited to weighing g commercial RepresentatiVe and Mir Andrw
and military aircraft in order ;; J. shoeppel; Mr.and S ... .
ad lt ceners o grvto Homer Sherman; Mr. *lbert Si-
determine their centers of gravity moniker Dsr. Aaron Sobpl; ..M -
leonis; Dr. Aaron 8ob l; Msas
I, a d ere Dolores Wulsman; Repreentative
i l In lnd Mr Henry 0 ; Mr.
Psychlutnmset Ins and r. .Henry 0. and
sI e itwo children; RepreasotntlTe and
Sl Mrs. lerman Wekeor ad daugh-
US u *B Prkt er Iri" 1arrl Wil1m. lMr. and

Are Too Ned

Partletpatle a Sports Is Urged
Americans are becoming too "gla-
diator-minded,' according to a
University of California psychia-
Dr. Frank Tallman at the Wul-
versity's Los Angeles Medical
School, pointed out that thouluds
of Americans sit watching foet-
ball, basebaUll, boxing and wres-
ling or see such contuts on tWe-.
This is not too good, according
STalman, because we take part
i, u rts only as spectators.
f"ID et participation in some
form of group activity rather than
just in the role of an observer
would be a much healthier form
of recreation," he said.
"More active participation in
recreation would ease some of the
tenaips of modern living."
The UCLA psychiatrist suggest-
ed that many parks and play-
grounds are not as good as they
could be.
"Public parks are really too
neat," Tallman said. "They might
be better with plain dirt and less
grass to keep off."

Wodd's Phoo

(onts Opens

AUU u ulvnu a =am*I

eoa ehrge, he worked Lei-sROCTR, N. Y. (
Angeles for a time and then % rorapyers around te
Crn km= = 1 .'lye i invited to oU
d to come home. He bo-uhta hvh theRohesn vted to cBtria
seecgd-hand ambulance for V5, am Roetr1ua
ifatlWed an air mattress Aw r Ot,1
Pelve photographic __
ad sta rted driving. G i ll .
S oun te Pa yne ,m iatys ntUe and eiis i esat e
bobb jqrilod?&otmsv be rit and @11
baft adraim Q d4a
he mthIrRiam wfar soU$,d i
be nasd Odand made s, a h e,- -- -- m
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r The Panama Iwuuran Com.pany, Inc. offers for sale die
434on M/V "GRAY KING," valued at .55,000.00, where
is as is anchored in the Paama Bay. (XTb g stove on this
vessel caused an explosion on October 23, 1954, and the
vessel susined some repairable damage).

COND ONS OF SAME's All oms laterested in the
purchase e veuwl t suiu@ u1w b too@$. baw y a 0,6f.V h r 1I^% -L,.
nmowK MM~. to the Paa 16ni 'C~iras Copaay,hne.6 P. 0.
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DO ebbie Reynolds

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and Brane Bendett

The beautiful and unforgettable
The Princeu gnd The Pirate"
with Bob Hoe VVlral Mayo-Plus
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Sir, as wht is creditable as sible with all JA To Unde o Remode ob
Svies are do the laughs we ca get.
e. 9 vi --- By OSWALD JACOBT WASHINGTON. Dec. 18 (UP) News Shi building and Drydock
(E) News item: "Wcrid's oldest Written for NEA Service TeNavy aid today it plans Co. let word drop and the
7W Heleler WALT 9 ew TVv sp. le vis studio in London has been
lywmoovie b- lch l L WAL il.ew TV s iod stodV in London has been ,a million-dollar remodeling job Navy confirmed It today in reply
a movle l ter ay e is a 's s movies-- sold to TV.." For te prod Uieon Its newly-launched super air- to Inquires by be United Press.
Vou gt Oscar, performanlft. s m one weekputs of old English movies no doubt craft carrier, the US Forrestal. The Navy said it is merely one
Buttee-as iss hi -the OTH The 56 ,60-ton vessel's five- of many changes made in the
ing, he sild, whe 4t ..:De' .ofe' s teslefilm se- Channel Chatter: It's definite 8S42 story bridge and superstructure, process of bding any major
playing Bill HodenT or .tevo "Adventure s My Game," that Mr. and Mrs. Peepers (Wal- 902 it said. is gong to be ripped out ship. In this case, said, the re-
Laughing it up with I.c a I close to sasoship. Salmp Lox and Pat Benoit) wil date 108 and moved 22 feet to starboard, vision was ordered on the ba#
and esi Arnma for ortheem at apterswere med in Capri nd.e srr in a future script. 8 4 Emphasog it is not a "major of nw studies of jet planes and
Ing "I Love Lucy" release, he Rome. The plot idea will take lig-poweied "casting on For WEST e alteration anot "a ship control need
confessed: .. O'Keefe to a different European Theater's "Letters Marked Per- K1098o n"nJ blunder," the Nay said the pro- c
This t'e e amr-duid tit'b city every week. al" -Joan Bennett and Melvin Q 073 4 spective change will make more The lofty superstructure rise
Sme. I, t a4 A louglas .. Rut mn made 74 room to ndle bigger and fast- like an island from the starboard
m. e 's htve may clia Now it can be told: Jaek Benny her video debut for s telefilm re- Ag ? 4 the tare ...an_ ,in "e tackng v,' her video debut for a telefilm we- #K*os64107 3 er jet planes and give the skip- or right aide of the Forrestal'
- ps r" missedd a line I'm taking over, Clntly but will wait for audience l o
Lu. ille and Dei's current de- in that Caine Muntiny satire wthreentl bu will wai foye au ac 8oU (D) per more visibility for maneuver- vast flight 4eck. Weighing abo
In that Caine Muntiny satire with reaction before saying yes to any *AQ7 ilg. 140 tons, It lathe control center
si for living, by the wy, proves Leo Durocher. And it was ama- series offers. VA of the ship.
'ir dom can- be I s. They tour actor Leo who stepped in Apparently, the re lin t
spen three days and four nights and sated the pace, by napping, French cutie Nicole Maurey, 6A J6 Job nothing like that done on The Navy aid it won't be
e vmry lwa lei4-.Sprngs1"You're taking.ier.".........who costarred with Bing Crosby
evryt week S' V p 're taking ver. ... ... who starred with BIga Crosby North-South vul. the Nautilus, the Navy's atomic necessary to tear down the whole
catching the P. M. trin ut of-------in "Little Boy Lost," stars in a
Bollywoio every nursday night Marcia Henderson, who is Pe- dramatic telefilm, "No Time for Both Wet North a submarine. Its construction was thing and replace It. Plans call
after filming Lucy. ter Lawford's ecatar in "Dear Love." N.T. Pss Pam Pass held up for months because its for cutting it loose and hauling
r f LPhoebe," is okay after minor sur- Opening lead-- 10 builder installed the wrong size it by giant cranes 22 feet. to
Sir AitR. d Korda in a Brit- gery Phlip Dorn's stage act- It's Ed .Wynn's line: .of arp ipin nd iad to be star board
h e is Holland cost him stardom -I saw 0 f Im aon televison atrpc
ish ma 2 0 The Navy said the' Forrestal Shift of such a mass of weight
"It we a ghastly thi "F i Ittrigue" telefilm was so old it showed Egla Adam Meredith, whose team is job, which will require some normally would pro uce a pro-
millions of teel of dlocre i nt break t his contract... loaning the U. S .moey." now competing for the champion- 80,000 man-hours of labor and bounced list to starboard. But
1, Asmeica were brought The 120th Dragnet is in the cut-
sht la eca e could Tng roois ..Harry Carey's wid- Henry Hull won't stick around ship of Europe, is often described cost roughly a million dollars, the Navy said heavier catapults
ov o herne simply e allowed ow, Oli ve, rand her sn, Harry, eryH onmt sting r"Ken as the best bridge player in Eng- should not hold up completion of being installed on the port side
e ot e and wd Owl pla hera seon, Harry, I ollywood after emog en- land. In today's hand, played by the carrier. It s now scheduled of the vessel are expected to
o t- p will play mother and 1son in tacky Rifle." Says he:
t6 otrangle itish televisu pro- nirBig To" so on t Rifle.t t Says foran actor to Meredith in a recent tournament, to Join the fleet late .next year. counter balance this.
SBig Town" sow. "It's too easy fo ct we see an example of his inve- Nothing was said about the
SLA WEEK. I reeled off the go stale in Hoywood." tiveness. contemplated remodeling when Once the work Is completed,
ame ofseveral ommercal Sign in a Hollywood travel age- The opening bid of two no-trump lach with ceremony and should be able to handle any et
der. whO have made the TV cy specializing in Scandinavian was surprisingly normal. I ued fanfare at Newport News, Va., now on the drawn boarder
b time, Eva MXrle Saint of "Ontours: the word surprisingly because last Saturday. apt to be developed-during ).
fi e Waterfront" can be added to "There's a Fjord in Your F- Meredith has earned the reputat Bu workmen at the Newport lifetime.
rlist. Also pretty TVi-sion Mara tre.1" of making the unusual bid when
MAfe ow playing the nurse that is possible. Despite the
Sin love wth Bob Mitch- strength shown by this invitational
in. as a Stranger." bid of two no-trump, North man-
Before Mara's. film break she aged to restrain his enthusiasm. Decorations ... Decorations
opened refrigerators, brushed her West opened the ten of spades,
hand against nonsmear lipstick and East played the jack, which for homes, stores and organizations of all
and even crooned about quick- was easily reAd as a singleton.
spread cheese on TV. Says she: Meredith won with the queen of all descriptions and prices to fit your
"A oung actress can lea a spades and casually led the king n d and purse.
lo de commerctals. You as of hearts before taclig the clubs.
ter te art beal* natural and In the play of the clubs, Mre- They ae different we assure you
you 4 aent tang selling. Yo n dith led the ace and then the jackThey are different we assure you
sell a product co TV and you sell indeuing West to duck. The third
wr ie.rpoth sm -le .oWp blenml.. CRAWFORD AGENCIES
There wasn't much nourishment in.

after ma 'row ... It's 15 turned the jack of diamonds.
'aSt '.4' 6 NdA'J ~4,kLUvntk

(NA Tolep0ote)
TRIED? Henrl oppe ot,
'Frenc ambassador t the
United Natl6ns, cobVtrs'u 'a
yawn during a session of the
UN 1t New York. The UN Po-
Ptlectl Committee wqa carry-
ing on a debate on the Cyprus

Long-Dsblance Air

liks aHlle For

By PAA's Trippe

Pan American World A i r w a s
President Juan T. Trippe sad d
last night that there is an impera-
tive need for adequate long long-
distance air links with underde.
veloped areas of the world threat-
ened with Communist subversion.
The Communists are attempt-
ing to defeat the free world now
"in the field of economic develop-
mnent of other lands," Trippq told
the annual Aero Club dinner. He
gaid '"simple economics" shows
at no area can be developed
without a proper transuortauon
"The major international air-
lines can be counted on, I know,
Give these areas the priority
tey deserve," he said. "Every
eeouragement-.public and pr i-
vate-should be given in order
that these long distance lifelines
to the under-developed areas of
the world may be kept strong."
Tripped also urged the adminis-
tration to ask Congress to reduce
taxes on income earned in Asia
and Africa, in line with Treasury
Secretary Ge o r g e Humphrey's
proposal to cut American taxes
en foreign-earned income from
lout Smerlca.
"With these sharp new tools
American private capital and
know-how could do a worthwhile
job," Trippe gaid. "It could meet
Soviet competition and prove to
uncommitted nations that what
they have to gain by chdosing the
free world as a partner, Is very
great indeed."


NEW YORK-(UP)--The Christ-
mas seal, which originate in Den-
mark in 134, is now sold I more
Ou 40 countries of te worMl-.
mst of the proceeds front sase
go to combating spread

for Gene Autry, who's never miss-
ed a show except for vacations.
JUNE HAVOC and hubby, Bill
Spier, wince when the "situation"
comedy tag is used, for .ber tele-
film series, "Willy," in which she
plays a vaudeville trouper turned
lawyer. Bill's producing and says:
"We're not hoping it up with
fantastic situations. The plot line

Walter Winchell
(Centinued front Page 2)
time I'm photographed I feel as
though. the eamerai 1 looking clear
down my neck." (You have such
beautiful necks) T]ie Dec. 11th
Satevepost has carts on pages
93 and 108 that are prackilly Iden-
tical "The Power of Positive
Thinking" has been on the best
seller list longer than the next
dozen books combined Beauty
Suzy Brewster Duff is ailing with
virus Nobody noticed this
fitting irony: W ibinaly's coffin
was fown back via PAN-American
. Maureen O'Hars and ex-Wm.
Price go to court again next month
over custody-visiting rights with
daughter Bronwyn .. .Marcelle
Edwards, ex-Ziegfeld Girl (one of
millionaire Manville's wives), runs
a San" Francisco boarding-house
. Chic Farmer weds a beauty
Feb. 4th. A Park Ave. girl whose
kin will announce it. Her initials
are IRW Insurance tycoon
Max Reibesen is agent for Peaches
Browning in the sale of Bradhurst
Ave. property left her by "Daddy
B" Yogi Berra, the Yankee
star, will fropt a chain of ice-
cream pla ec.s Kath Hepburn
and Dr. E. Greenberg of Park
Avenue do their soda-shopping at
Hicks The -Hottest Scandal in
Town stars a well known playboy
accused in a double paternity suit
. By sisters

"C. A. News"


C. Z. Personnel

The main thing in sewing
machine is,. of course, Its per-
formance. To obtain the mat-
mum In thia, the Bell portable
electric sewing machine is en-
gineered to te same .preclto-
as the most spenalve watch. It
took the u&tufactura svaY
eara .to Dq ect the macm e,
Zut it Was wel1 worth tetllme
and effort, pa the rest a
marvel oQf JMpr ance. C to
aee a it outVm ke.
before bUftt for, or
A itifota XimarhMtk vS

-d Crna

The diamond shift was, oft
course, exactly what Meredith had
NEA Tpihoto) hoped for when he sg casually led
(A Telephoto) the kivg of hearts at the. second
VICTIM Sally Wood (stWvt) trick. ast won with the king of
was found shot to death among diamonds and hurriedly returned a
the Christmas presents she heart to expose the hoax, but it
was wrapping in her Aring- was too late. Meredith won with
ton, Va., apartment. Detective the ace of hearts and led a dis-
captain Dudley H. Rector said mond to force out the ace.
the victim probably was killed The defenders could now cash
when a shotgun she had pur- two heart tricks, but they couldn't
chased as a gift was jarred prevent declarer from winning
from the table and a price tag eight tricks. Deception had tri-
on the trigger caused the umphed where brute force would
weapon to fire. have failed.



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Ch m p o ns ssible EAST LANSING, Mich,-(N
-Those interested in the rise
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get an idea of why the Spanr
"I want to play in the Panama 'back injury and was forced to are a power today when th
Open and you can bet that if I withdraw. He shot a five under check the background of t
canYswing a golf club by Janu- par In Miami and was leading school's president, Dr. John
13, I will be there," Slammin' the field by four strokes when Hannah.
S ead told Dick Dehlinger he gave up. lu 1931, Frank Leahy, then
in 4. M Il Wednesday night At first it was feared local- Sparlan assistant coach, rool
shbtlyiefore Dehlinger left for ly that he would not be able to with an obscure young extend
pit defend his Panama Open title, specialist. .
S .. but Dehlinger Is confident He was to become r. Han
ead has played in three that Snead will be here come -apd after a year with The I
co ecitive Panama Opens. How-I January 13. ter he developed into a egqn
v l ga the .Irt_ round oft In addition to Snead, other gridiron booster.
the Miami Open last week he'other top notch U.S. pros who
suffe ad a recurrence of an old are definitely contracted to com- sham, Palmer and Barron to
_pete in the $7500 event include 1955 Open will make it tong
Porky Oliver, Lew (One Shotp for Slammin' sam and Don :
Worsham. Arnold Palmer, Pete berto. Snead and de Vice
"ooper, Skip Alexander, Charley have had things pretty mu
Harper, Hermann Barron. Bob their owvn the past three yea
Watson, Ansel Snow, Feliz Tor- "Mr. Lucky Strike" de Vice
za, Johnny Bass, Johnny Mus- walked off with the top moE
ser, Arthur Jones, Tony Tiso, in '52 and '53 with Snead seco
Johpny O'Donnel and Harold Same took the pot-of-gold
,Oatman. year with de Vicenzo second.
Roberto de Vicenzo will head this year the tournament
.he invading Latin contingent wide open.
and 'will be accompanied by Ma-j The play-for-pay boys w
rio Oonzalds and probably An-' be shooting for $7500 In pri
Itonio Cerda. money with the low scorer
U.S. Oliver known as one of the the 72-hole, four day even
'characters" of the golfing pocketing 52,000.
Pite world is about as wide as he Tickets for the tournami
,is tall. But local fans will cer- which opens January 13
893f 'tainly remember roly-poly Clay- closes January 16, will go on s
: ^ W ^ M ton Heaffer. Heaffner is big soon. Admission fee for the f
and fat. But his 65 is the Pana- two days will be $1.50 each d
ma course record. Porky is and the final two days will ha
"porky" and he will be making an entrance fee of $2.00
hfs debut before Panaza tans. day. Season tickets will be
Lew Wo'sham gal~ed world available at $3.00 per person
Our Price fame with his famous "One military personnel and $5.00 p
ur ric Shot" in the Tam O'Shanter person for civilians. Military p
tournament in Chicago. Playing sonnel will save four dollars
6d 5)0 the final hole he needed a bir- pi chasing the "season ticket
6* die to tie for the championship. while civilians will save two d
On the par four hole he smack- lars.
ed a long, well placed drive. With Although the actual tourn
thousands of fans including T- ment will start January 13, Pi
SYe. a real 8m Viewers throughout the United Hahn, the trick shot artist, w
Ye real 8 Flmo tats watching he arched a feature the Golf Clinic on Ja
the new"Companion"model beautiful wedge shot to the uary 12. Hahn's clever gift
.. at a new low price and green. The ball hit short of the gab and bag of trick shots w
guaranteed for life" Light- cup, bounced twice and boom, the rage of the 1954 tournamt
est in weight of all spool- dropped into the cup for an ea- and he is returning by popu
loadingf8's,and thewoiiet o gle and the tournament and request. In addition to Hahn, t
load. Filmocoted P2.5 lens. world fame and fortune. competing pros will give a de:
Four speed-,16,24, andB32 Arnold Palmer is the 1954 am-,onstration of how to play g(
S framespers-m-.od. Comed sateur champion of the United Following the golf cl inc (whi
Sramen per econd. Come in States and turned professional starts at 4:301 there will be
and i Flmo Companion. only a few weeks ago. 'cocktail party in the Clubhou
Anyone who has seen past The "Calcutta Pool" numb!
What you se. you get-with Filmo, 'anama Open needs no intro-jwill be drawn during the par
suction to the popular Pete'Admission to the Clinic is o
'ft *fwokaWUP 0o coper, Skin Alexander, Charley,dollar and the price includes i
t(Srnatrmri~mI. Harper, Ansel Snow or Bob tendance at the cocktail party
Watson. Other newcomers in-
clude Hermann Barron of 'White
All Other Models Reduced Plains, New York and Feliz Tor- Victory Bell
za. Torza was runner-up for the
330 1953 Professional Golfer's Asso- TORSRS. Conn -(UPI- Ce
370 7/ ciation championship and won rating University of Connectic
the Illinois ad Connecticut football fans discovered their "v
f t u o-. J have been gone a loqg time sin
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ef P sr By HARRY ORAIYSON |Gel who was beaten fot
a ** ToWet at m. at e aaren5 0 51 -- hamobp of i '"a
aabull, Ir _n a Fran -O de w(This Is ow o.f mine ar HAMILO N, Bermuda, Dec. Ge15 .e arad. the U-
Jal turins two bullfights Melee wui Berries by (UP) (NEA)-.ath average golf Montclair teatteam
o th Te for d ic re tsop weaekt. They club Which takes on one of those Archie ,ho *

n hf former on th e ard. sea on starts t d more- often than et -windw up wtBi team noeoe a -r
.tl *d. In his two fights by something like kr this:der G t e
3 yad s "Maa" Sa -Half the publicity it expects, mining fvrte
S tThe order o fthe program s a because of the "tournament every Beaconsfeld Club tea
In ld hd IslWest 8lst on was a cotlt n Itoa Pupalea will mgoIat the ^line Conference appears much im. 3-A chewed-up course .ans he, the one-ds t
Mlug 2l M"ke ..n ee ti him plok Ino lap thram I nderwa o with a pro Bved. to flocks of spectators wDoe I the din t
a m yearo twbah Inclu s balance Utah, wi a .1 00ark last sea- It and frequently f meet onteam, and so downe
S. n e ofach son, appears to, have done the senses with their admission fees. The Bermuda Goodwill
the besta & mti m"a ie Ior ost rebuilding sad is rated the 4-Ditgruntled me mors dep t ament is golf as it wda
*1the Bbest thatal for Determin" hs at e us ch other tomic performance. favorite., ed of four ds e r layout b _e_ land. kd e
rimof atpeo w IML, Nevatheleas, boh mat Doe ne 7j he Sm a) VaSques II andd Uls bandba re. t an d ofe for by Its poor ab oe
I aGr a and, t rilleros In a serows fight, Th. Tee xUtes. Thul. foar rf. .
and Ci the it t ti r) "El Marinoe mro" inern a students now. td'* play -nd The Bermuda Gclf Associationc e U
ur*ay, thte-nad u IptY wae the top mavney fJature *wlighhmed .1 they should be 6ougli'to tturn has -come u with a much more
l in eh te e arue will fight his the trick. T hgin withe t4 ".e e ornament idea soEu a l .
ni sports., econd bull. sAJe ryTed Vetoer simple that the wonder is It has IVU .-IU
WbaT 7 jtsit mahe wo lse w .e termine wq. of Classic f) "La Pampan ip" and Lola moved h Jack ardpe not been thEought of befor. If re-
ar 0ayi hrse patMs .s h3i ase winug? It setiain. Puflales will meet in a contest from iant tte. Bob a ed ot l i.In this coughntry don't copy it.Bc LU TBOCTe c tz
ly wedI's Waske the saightest to the blake who had that includes "mambo" dancing, came from ua my, b4 A t H aln their propriKetors are J oust paIn as n a CO t s*d 4W '
a |e thwe ond; n ne lb v e the National Opem last stad on a stool in front of a om Col6d4i b u natst pl anis sr tu y i.e 2I ai
1. 111 f.k tj nash, uh ihotld bor n. perhaps so I bull. tiri as the strne s Oea or o n sthonals In the U itd a rS ;k J ;at
bo the bidlre weiate leagt im rr. ta n et b ,up aorne, saUnyw., AdTlon prices are worth t e s a reotrl tha rpod- eaded Canada Invit rte three of their y
wihe a ev .ybot .he wes e at. Wheat el, doune Sa 00 for theby Bob Fue tn, Morrita cs ulehwal- toes to tmoldoe Bermuda Good i aric kUored T on afir a+
a few* (sra hNe he" -to isto ,pA the. me"i ,? sihde "$ .5 f the., seco an ter. Bill Maewell and Rster Ton- Tournament, where they represent deeper and ice t W .

he a ud Tlthird Drows on the shaded a d side is is anoe the wyclubs mmer5. Ae ohn
i f m Io Olsonth fl'ehia rmt fit, M iteh he.should be able to ree l and $2.00 general admission in het s ata different courses, the p re ttoucrs aos e

the middleweight a g et d Pierre. Langlos, Freithd th e de e shade, 2.00 fir str row o t Dave Br dlen 6- soph; Har r th te scratch, the e thame.
without undue o ht. this w a' o oi Acs feature, sunny side anam ional oan A h Ues co from WyomingJo enson a othe-quartersrward be their bae I
Satble;e ino o t it nn th s tI e I Puer Lu Comany) and only -7 E n's tallest teamsae, p- Gordon WHEN ad BERMUDA G s.
aaIetay menh l s P o mu g ou o the a nide. T IHolden, -8; and Btr e-a inoeup The pro's first Joub gts oI n the t
gst s-aide beat Mhtm Thoah he won decisively, he was Ducate may be obtained at the at Phterry Idltaggera6g. to the club members. Any It hIn ti

Sble lrmoat li. Ho i e gte w Aitne he. dseat Colerado A. etnd M., the de-a starterprof can use that ties the 'codw together is *
.*1 "."., .... -. _J. cm .... .......I.............fending champion, lost plenty by snTournaeont was sugsttedti by Her-II TODAY 0.60 ,- ,
r n o it last b~ur thi. bnot nger fangent." &with ote desate Avnu (across^ F the street trame iDave Bradley 6-8 soph; Harry for the club and the game.

I e are i A w o owr nd erstnd- the Panl National Bank and graduation, but has Hal Kinard bit, veteran eer of theI be "
!?UU l..ic .aer ththan ue..r. "yLs y Cwes I s, a !Je-ft floormn, back and he'r one g ,awoee Country Club, and J im wsio00, 3.6d5, th ,00,6rTS, u : p.m
Iunyil-anlh tTr so mu u I Cf M Morris o wudwater, i g uoormant Is a bu b Holden, 6-8; and Cil l ange, 6-6. Assoc Laverty, Philadelphia po ro en A tIe Hn

.561'4 P0 T editor 5-. DahIll why Utah's Indians are rated at the top in the Rockeks. (NEA) o returned, but the Aggiles could goods seaman. I A-MI.U.T.
ediwor. has retuned butill the Aggies could goard saleeat tnhe.opIntheRockies. a e
Sw XeW orcsMae- e to ta s I the Offic al BRail-II use height. The Shawnee foursome, headed
W ys. .ie: Al ') I.pase of the Station leaot- W Brigham Young does not figurejby the crack young shot a.k e r,
SH a. mIles Ie toen aF, emonrly called MauchInk, U A IIJ to be as strong as It was last Stanlev Dudas, has just won it for
Pa., has been eh_ "mg- to uor- Ror BAB togetr mesa, m rvUr-nvUfl Dn ma, i .UIS OU season although Nick Mate a, n the second consecutive year, by et @ hIUswq
Sheers and a lonMif for dthear oldehIgh Vali ,iBR.o-ut is back. Dave Lewis is another the way. I. It,
as we are so ftn aded, yet It e eXI'S even hold Its own *n counting heavily. drew 20 teams. There were 35 this
aganat the slot machn.In Las Vegas. For the second time, an Sr OT n I S Denver has a young squad with trip and early next December the
attempt to hunk thy ae-armed bandits, iset to mention the dice I M s O Rn vil plenty of promise. Dick Brott, a saturation point will be reached
table apd wheels, eqt track qmrator 0 shIrts. -. ,_6-8 sophomore, may develop into at 40,
S "# I dy ALTIHA GIUsON 0 o one of the better scorers In our So well did the tournament I .
A writer can never tell what Mr. Western Union and his elec- Wrltt o NEA Service By BARRY GRAYSON The trouble Is that ue. can't history. Jerry Hulstrom, 6-4 and catch on in a year that straw
tric robots will do with his copy these days. A line here Satu- NEA Sports Editor The game, as the boys c it, is Walt Wolf, a transfer from Ka n- had to be drawn to determine thel
I da d *.. hardy o They'vebeen killing as State, should be our big hopes amateurs competing for several of
to ".. 0 .Ar to besmirch their betters," cme PRIZE FIGHTING has occupied it since Jim Figg started all thewith Brott. the clubs. As man as 20 specta-
out I bettr judgment." Quite often the copy high place in sipce the trouble in 1719, but it always h tors ceom aied ams.
prepared for this Mpace canbe m proved greatly and I certhlnly dys of John L. uilvan. bounced back like an eleanction e Montana, which owed ,,about ,l d K..d i o- ire PBe 1
do not wish to 0"q ua ,tful. If Western Unon will just P Jrehchd the bc oe a ts impassive freshman am p .at,.... IIIra.. d I
av~r 9gt efayic ipg myl- Putylism reached the peak OfIost1 r. las season no bag 'em -n th 01 %4 Ctt
-r ,lI o 6.. t ., .. i t d With e t gi t l- It has been writta e spnd varsity o o n tr s W
aI. ... : w. ....... '.alnd em spagne. P Vh b"a 1/ p aboxinga woulo alads ed act as wits it aow e m oits oeedt t y
a we as e tbJM s. *hrto.ehalaalms Iatirsianassa raeManMmelrtof Le cammne euti oner. This it has in many itots. s A ie Argenbaiht -on wher orare fers beiter hent i
Do0.alohl e b armw thle ir rlob i nn Io ts g .Iaring o nut of .d hver, bae frthe banoxgn ommissoner odu Uah t S te A ttes Co l. Dd po himel rai t, New

S rthem froaghe z.rle we t .s ra s t Oriang, I of.FIi e T interest wirw. Tho tbuaten e o tfaot Meonleave ri theon -t "an \a State. Come t ouda Cpai e:o- andt
ha.t u te"a en to Iemef o.. rut= interest with the legalization Jersey s for thexa l Isun w Fa Mexi o ace it. eBpt r r laed 2 is
it. s aow. i .l t t o. Daj It o. f the beak busting bus e nss 4 ialoe club to suc rvlse. "tea m c e bA Z Is uen R
0 a..| .Now.h Now, haar's I.y, ot. ,eof Badd Orange, ddnIthe east and midwest. .TfLoVImON HAS transplanted- Ror Mountoai h W- Courn f-ar- or SamrI

N.dein. It i aotat lfair to o t rte that Is alma mater, ankedtes n m wet IS round tae ter m. Te Ahltn 30en Has : L U i
No S.,hlmoie Tnn eie. ke o N.I, In al'51Bow battle rne nIIThe manly art of mangling mu gsed boxing from the aren to the eR. no f e- o ---
o. enn ranked No. 1, n a 51 Bowl le had been on the bootleg side. Thisparlor and pub, with the big g e t nce figures to be a three-w without Its uer e
IDo mheothanl4 ta sle now the University Club il going to uwas a new deal and it caught On danger Weing the shutting off erattd ther cu- o
sbar them frop a when the suash pac ets cbaampo -s like a forest fire. source of talent supply. r-o ta an- fe e on a1
s:ip. get underway neut month? if Enm pananuat wee si But for a number of years now, l f notFhe, udngaldson an Vin erra who led cmd V.

ag uf they woun't da re tr an Ion hi.e1 a 91%ee ed uc. Uprea an takiir Itsal-e not dthe uad wi a M S t oe on the la nes youn Pit
Iem d t ,, Up a let of people have beven b teen seadlly at the time of a ring fatality. me rkn fo thinae ih. praaatestad t. one of th finestyoungI- plyr
a ouring on the sour science. o fact that a huge and weconon could help ot e .. but has no intention oo
much, s o, that at this point they feto Ed Sanders ed n on from- ful break-in for new coach Wal- touring. He Is pro at the fa
Steel it i to about time the Tentire buls t beg att r ingtere around the brain tnr Able Washisto it Golf and -I'
e1. w F ness was junked. if they could, thea night after a welterweight Idaho State, champion for the Club. b I As u: .t .Uad :0 n.
0 Ur O they'd et rid of it quickly, su- Ralph Weiser, succumbed under pt two ears, may have the John, f Nw n Jee tI F ReN'II
vio o eve se cirustah s a1t ores sag in Lea Rob and 6- sey PGA and thrice thatsas
FlsOlyr m lnde fe osmiar crum stances at a hwRick Bauer. OpVlen chs tpion, piloted thes i'feeolln Ohre., merely punctuates the of the Plainfield Count C.
ipQ-.m Li. tng fightstorfour.onhered.. Colcrado State figre to give Harold L. Evans, who has...
wol do I eLiminae ft os of boxing' the Bengals some ficulty with ed out a number of ecellentgof
Ain' e vilsar. 6-5 Keith Edwards a od D on era at Buc set the paceT
Wth perLs5 WEArr tO, ruT MY interest In athletics a n d Fights of 10 rounds or more BriDoolin. therB uc Pnell rbsident E
W ARF E r twA O. likely first break began e (Oscar) serve absolutely no pu rse. The NX To Bur nineT ree P Pri ct En 20 e 0
a W Ary p PAn lay streets of New York, s r firstthin they produce is trouble NEXT: Catippy Dye rax thePa b c uw pros. W Id.
lescoioMders that ed by the Polle CcAmetic League Intrac-muralg Table Tennis They glofy on too many occasions c Cae
t I o .., .. d rThere I found through tehe Tournametnc a breed of young men who didn't LAMCRN"Pzaud
concr the nlddle of a slow of Eta-- a dblt henbc o B G hr i. I b ln c o ... or have the jut to defend their coun- p o th-or
D tit_ about thend f arl lrt-o o Sunrm letter who at ude ti' ae k s aond- The boys and girls of the Ban- tri in World Wars. They lend.....
in, te nmdtil I wa ths t sael t- in on m lay strwetime twrk- tds cruz Jr. High School showed themselves to members o tho a in- BUF cue by he tulle ee.. Hicto Cet. I a
dIr de1r. 1rs '04 a rise -is hand so moey potolestes aso a tenis, ihuo h interest hr .-erwest n thei tablet dTest 1rld, who move in on ItrIen d thL t a RU e ande "e r ar mv. woo
abfo twenty-five yeo ni aers tournament o entry The pon o u- make hi livin from the blood s-of wn w.dt er I
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are a hwuireo'or .evi,.. two hun.- bi break Thdereo ae s P"' e standard of play was of A leads to fixes and the district at- roughest treatment, but the rvolutionary wmu K
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fartifslu case nandd iNt even so, a rifle barrel, say NEMT: Al Cent. Hi Table Tennis Tournament ij W bulV Us :
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sub to gases IM lug timne. In such a ealiber Gymnts cim.
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of 30 Awls at i To~nro Lairni; 2Sana Crus T~dTOGo aterv
a mta Grant and Lfu. darnlI F)er th imaginary painter

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, .IMA88SOL, Cyprus, Dec. 18
(UP) British troops opened
Jae today on anti-American and
- iti-Brit sh rioters.
Three student demonstrators
Vdre wounded bY the gunfire,
a one was killed.
jogly demonstrations against
the United States and British
ipped across this British is-
land colony and broke out anew
in Greece.
Demonstrators sato ned the
American consulate in Nicosia
and ripped down the British
flag in major riots around noon.
Police broke up the riots at the
Island capital with tear gas.
But in the coastal city of Ll-
massol, second largest in Cyprus,
police lost control of crowds that
one official said had been infil-
trated by communist trouble-
The riots were only brokep up
when British Tommies in full
battle dress moved in with bay-
onlets fixed and cleared the main
square. In the melee British sol-
diera opened fire.
An official announcement said
* three students were wounded.
-The city quieted down after
the British show of force and Ll-
nassol's Communist m a yor r
tlned the crowds with a speech.

U#o Ship Runs

Aground, Tanker

%as In (Colsion
AV E MAT, N., Dec. 18 UP)
-The tanker Atlantic Capetown
and the United Fruit Co. freight-
w ya collided In toggy and
amr-lashed Delaware Bay to-
and fire broke out aboard
e Coast Guard said all of
ti the groiuded Maya. There
i no injuries other than ml-
-r burns and bruises and all
e counted for With none
tender. Zinnl, en route
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Modified UMT Plan To Build


- The Defense Department has
unveiled a new military training
program for modified universal
military training UMT to build
up reserves and disclosed that
468,000 men may be cut from the
active armed services over the
next four years.
Under the manpower program,
designed to build up a ready re-
serve of five million men and
which calls for a four-year ex-
tension of the draft, virtually
every physically fit youth in the
nation would see some form of
military service.
The program, costing about a
billion dollars a year, will be sub.
mitred to the next Congress and
may emerge as the most contro-
versial issue of the session. Con.
Mress repeatedly has rejected
However several key members
have indicated they consider the
new version mbre palatable.
The program, and the prospec-
tive cut in troops on active duty,
were revealed at a news confer-
ence called by Defense Secretary
Charles E. WUlon-an6 Carter L.
Burgess, aM taknt ,settetary of
defense foi manpower.
Burgess said the Army, Navy
and Air Force may be cut to 2,-
150,000 or 2,800,000 men by mid-
1959. compared with 3,217,971 as
of last Nov. 30.
Wilson agreed the "Defense
Department is coming closer
all the time to its revived goal
of 2,815,B0 men In uniform by
Until recently the administra-
tion had foreseen a total of 3,-
047,000 in the armed forces on
J 0 _- after which the serv-
Uld-be. a1ift O 4 J at a-
*ti p' w reserve

F w^U.^1. n SVn asw t forW ward because
]L Ip, bt, in th national economy simply
L I rth of the could not support active armed
: [et and oipe May. forces big enough to meet all
p uter entaan put out contingencies that might arise
-V" ap May and four other in the foreseeable future.
Sput out from Lewis, Del., Wilson estimated the military
bahe New Jraey stations is now spending 700 million dol-
'Zinnia reported It used a las a year -en the National
.mixture to fight the fire Guard and military reserve
.te tanker, which burned for training program. He jaid the
W t urs. new plan should boost 'the cost
ost, Guard helicopters sent by about 350 million dollars.
^ *~F ]loyd Bennett Field hover-
Sover the wreck sacee. .
Lions Key Chain
I Bo r,.rwlly Program Brings

in Plane bow Plea lor Help
f 'The Balboa Lions Club drive to
,a Neb, Dec. I& 'UP raise funds for welfare and com-
4, ~yNoble. "Grand Island munity work and assistance to
a e 'onal boxer and his wfe the blind by mailing miniature
< fd died in the crash of car plates and key chains to
I -lr light lanq il a snow- Zonians, is being well received
l w grd fticlzer r this smail by automobile owners.
a o last night. Most of' the first 5000 chains
S -h bodies of the Noble family mailed have brought response.
S .pre found in the wreckage onMany letters f commendation
S arm several miles northeast hlve been received by the Lions
S anr at 8:25 am. today by a Club for this work.
_, er and state safety patrol
w .e ..cers. 1Club president William M.
4"- An all-night search had start. Stock, has expressed sincere ap-
4- ed after Noble, flying from Oma- recitation on behalf of the en-
C ]t'in mid-evening, radioed that tire organization for the splin-
;- had t find a landing field did reception bY the people of
Shots eechraft Bonantheaa Zone of theaal Zone of their program
S Barne. It was believed the plane to raise funds for their charity
O. ectly over Aurora when Noble work program.
Sted his. distress call. I One recipient bf a chain made
ITbe bodies were scattered with a donation and wrote the club a
9re tf the wreckage. Sheriff letter citing an elderly woman
A p]h Pry, Aurora, said. that was baay in need of assis-
thNoble and his wife, the tance. 'e letter stated that &
Mar, Mitchell of Grand fire bhd destroy the ladys
s, were -In their middle home arid all her posssslons, in-
hA -. eluding her glasses, without
Shadbqpn employed re- which she was almost blind. She
at at r al .les5tl*5 e e had no funds -to replace her
nb htegrht ated glasses. A rS-Oledman for the
n mid e ening, au- clubhi o -tt ohe has been
had,_.,,id l~ndn fitted tte nd o-furslshed with new
his B 022hMAftBnnIds" aa on fthi ror
e. t ws elive 0hIN 1~ as ud frtercai?

ttwi0l to enter

THe chairman of the drive
states that of the first 5000
chains moaVd, only ive person;
had received the wron plate
number, but that corrections
waste being made as soon as the
recipients of the wrong numbers
return them W4ht LMtiMs.Clb.
A total of- M wilt nt kMelw
their chains the aVuW'unUl
affer the toftho-a-Tyer.


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. James Gilbert
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However, he said the added
cost of the reserve program
would produce a "very much bet.
ter military result" and ulti-
mately "save some money for the
country" by helping to reduce
the active military force. But he
added that "other factors" con-
tributed to the prospective cut
in active forces.
Mindful of congressional op-
position to U'MT, the adminis-
tration showed its new plan to
key members of Congress in
Chairman Leverett Saltonstall
(R-Mass.) of the Senate Armed
Services Committee called it "a
constructive step toward build-
ing up our reserve system." His
counterpart in the House, Rep.
Dewey Short (R-Mo.) said It is
"the best thing I've seen yet."
Short, who led the successful
1952 fight against UMT, said he
might support the new plan.
The key provision of the ad-
ministration plan is a modified
form of UMT. It provides that a
certain number of youths, prob-
ably about 100,000 a year at the
start, would undergo six months
basic training and then be com-
pelled to serve 9 j years in the

If enough youths failed to
volunteer, the Defense Depart-
ment could ask Selective Service
to fill out the program from the
draft. All other physically-fit
young men, unless they enlisted,
would be drafted for two years
active duty followed by six years
in the reserves.
If they enusted, their time
in the reserves would vary ac-
cording to time pent on active
They also cod. enlist in the
rea1 de uderstanding
_tr't ,.. ,' jl^^ for -two
ye active sitrice followed by
reserve duty.
Wilson and Burgess said that
by 1959 the plan should build up
an organized and trained reserve
of 3 million men who would be
called immediately in event of
Another 2 million would be in
a non-organized; non-paid re-
serve force to be called in the
"secondary phases" of mobiliza-
tion. Wilson said the total re-
serves would "sustain" the active
armed forces in "the first shot of
hostilities" until the whole na-
tion could be mobilized.
Burgess said the proposed
reserve program means the ac-
tive Arniy, Navy and Air Force
can be held down to "reason-
able" size.
Burgess said the administra-
tion will ask Congress to approve
the plan only for the next four
years because It might have to
be revised to meets future needs.
But he thought tlje principles it
embodies could be applied to
manpower problems arising after
He and Wilson made clear the
administration feels the program
will prepare the nation either for
the drawn-out cold war or to
meet the sudden onslaught of an
atomic global war.
Wilson said the alternative
would be to maintain active
armed forces big enough to meet
"any contingency." He added
"Our economy could not sup-
port active forces large enough
for such a misalon."
A .key feature of the program,
known officially as the "national
reserve plan," is to make man-
datory the reserve obligation of
draftees. Failure of draftees to
join the reserves after active
duty would mean loss of veterans
benefits and a discharge other
than honorable.
Youths, before reaching 18V
could volunteer to go into the
six-month training program. Of-
ficials said they would be ac-
cepted on a first-come, first-
served basiL However, regional
quotas baked on population
would be set up for accepting



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ST AR J MOVEMENT -)b t 4 line Wre
the 1Btort bridge pf the a pe rrfoikrutIL be MOd.
The Navy as d the job of moving the gQ 22 etto Wb
(right) will cost about $1,000,000 and je 000 ma.$ ioUr..

I PROTEST!-This Parslian demonstrator, who gave his name as
Du Pont, probably expresses the sentiment of many of his fellow
Frenchmen as he puts on a solo demonstration along a Paris
boulevard. He's upset about a domestic affair-the recent liquor
redrm. The sign he's carrying at left, reads: "The cruel sick-
nps that afflicts our living today isn't due solely to alcohol, but to
pOUtics, from which go out the roots that contaminate out
..... ..... .. ecOffomic life."

M eCLAIMS p Lr VEnLMS hve persons, thr ee young brothers ha. iI .
Sfortpne'and a coOple tending them, dldIn.o is bflo nmesa
ndw rs.e Hve and Jeffrey, 4, ar &Ld, 6, .auagj ri a
Bowm Grce lll

Physician -Prpbht

'Mass Orf Evid'iw.

CHICAGO, Dec, 18 (UP) -. Dr.
Charles Laughead, who hah
prophisled the end of the world
said today there Is a- "mass 'of
evidence" that flying saucers
exist and are flown by space
creatures who can foretell the
The trouble is, he said, the rest
of the world is "far behind the
times" in recognizing the evi-
dence. I
Laughed, 44-year-old phy-
sician, lost his job at Michigan
State College Hospital for, pe-
dictiops that the world will end.
His prophecies brought to light
a cultthat claims to-receive 1x-
rasensory messages from crea-
tures .n outer space, who came
to earti In flyftig saucers to pick
up Information.
LAughead said.he was undis-
turbed by publlp reaction to his
beliefs andt fact ip away
Thursday ig to a-endV a
meet U onore han e p flying
tae e rn"
ofL 't, .

jau6eid geta 7Wa informa-
tiog ftm the seLoaflled "biagh
priestea of the cult Mrs. Doro-
thy Mart: a frail,. 53-ear-
old grandmother in 'whose home
he is staying while he looks for
another Job.
The physielan said messages
received by Mrs. Martin predict-
ed "cataclysmic" tidal waves and
upheaveals in the Midwest Dec.
21 in a gradual breaking up pro-
cess of the earth.
The prophecy also may Include
upheavals on the East and West
coasts, heAs*id, and the possible
emergence of the legendary
continent of Atlantis from the
But he said the real devasta-
tion of the earth will not come
until 1955 when all the present
land masses are likely to disap-
pear into the oceans.
"Confirmation of the ex-
istence of flying saucers and
creatures in outer spae I
constantly coming In," he said.
"Mosf people on earth don't
recognize the evidence but they'll
find out.".
He said he "may be a little
mixed up myself, I don't know,
but you people are very, very
confused and far behind the
times on flying saucer knowl-
At Iows C1ty, a., Darold Pow-
era, 19, a University of Iowa Jun-
ior, said a group of tleenagers
and adults ieets once a month
to discuss mncers and messages
from another plWanet received by
MrS. Martin._,
Powers id there are several
other similar froup Ina the na-
tion. .
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