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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00608
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nstnr m wa-- --rsko ft:easere3 i en- The nal Ag- millionabouto$70,000, s"d that, it'edleav an
.e. tb ,% 11a. 'r s de. X otete thew'm e Cotl on.n fprdfl eted the ajient.towhichmwo said:
... .... a' Am ".~us, aCoua -'priv~ate berr L a %I said',today tha t ft+ W nuts t ; pro ose du0tl-na In c have 't .-
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th*s s f eW kew-of t e miB d 'etee .tluei:.a YJ l_ s .-" -.
S" w wadh it srk the 5 inh are vio- d llars a year. meant 4s, the teductions are litly
s lo t te w ti Btt she d ovstacql Armi st ce ,an4field also offered two good until June 30. We htpe A Balboa fts
i .. ut she" notl Rae este Indochina War. other suggestions for a military when that date comes wel' get as he one
_. ,ps.. d 1 be2e .b.anoe i by the illarit with the starway would leas tbrties man iwer program: it continued. The $70,000 hey few cents htte ai
S.. permit her toak have at the Chnese still 1. e government shou Id are saving will be that much eta. "Who wouldnbe ha
A*i I g of 1e f Jobh SekS, one of 55 AucI. cntand the Se e htaon ceW asia- stimulate and strengthen mill. more money employes caspend. he ake. ly ltt it
Aue5tt ex.POWs wtan ^ uSls P ^*1? S 4 try traltinoig programs ton It's a good step In the rilht t di- A akeNPs usewifE
mo utunow mar riedaci Viunu from Russia aboard a d leader- tan h wth a schools and colleges to bu d recton." Pgaod "I can'tItle ur
palatfoaal tdtt.m RusiaP aboard r. titt show no reke oibe a as eis? lereserv forces in President of the U.S. itioens' easy feeli iW
-esertaito "niom and the Ms.l regard or suchl a degrees pf Io Tg-lb tbiduB Oat Geo-2. It should consider under- Association, emrs. or Long- Out o clnrse J'1
Bill ftB 2. Poe, abo uo t "Caip 43" near s cSrt a it wo uould edraI-at at. Mir. f.anbe Long-rd out of =1entapge
ta Nt P abut 2a0 miles southeaart twl e writing-the education of engi. more: "Were getting thete slow-
M area of erther ofMoscow. reAo uIn the face of the dfs. sio said the was ners odr defense purposes. mnt Sd soeMl e
S He aid they were in "g o E of ne that IN due ita i the Vietminh of Mansfieldaid Russia is tralnine but se rent Is pr ow' ay
a the UnI tates iano" when teAut dreendant to maintain th Vfo a protesting par- engineers faster than the schools The Pacific Civil ou mnt si
Sam as muh ds sw htaie Christmas Ge wasyred h a.in p a sa ty .. o-that the arm of the t I't tate. 1
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ioi si lda"rm s U. S. officfmis Es tiled Mar- f so ethatdthp extent-of 1a. LSpItas Vote is necessary to draft men into Connie W. Chase today: "We phllmophically. -WelUPP
bm ofd orwy his 'R til heIs certain to Oiak and Ve as U. S.'so. blty could W determined by NY n KIS service. If men are drafted, he hope this arrangement, or some- our foks can a l t
q, , t s, ein M^ ^ Glens amius fromn their posts in the court. -v a. a. sd.1 "8w, e should be drafting thieg similar can be worked out back .o rent "w may get.
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s I wd bPOas whoureturn- toe-tyhe But Slow;Xmas Message Readyl oae
U<.L~ :II*,._ as Russia last January M-a __nLuatrailauomidut atonedfor Hmang 3sdo, star in -the All Pa -a-'
rrsI /i lile ItNobleas the son of a or- luagetheDas P the flmwj tedthe best actor -o- l Singasss s
fC.." Vl9 = ,,man-born American civilian, Uted tt ob winii the 1954.-l who directed it., i (u be close.a taStd,.
-ertwo ito heo ftehalror s-was-.
r. e--.-- lqrles A. Noble, who him se final ate.the c..- was vo., rector. VATICAN IY, Dec. (. Molgnor Angelo Dellacqua. n s
.. .- .I- .......... ad spent *even years in Soviet lee round b0ay. OGrfce- ,fto her perform- -Showing signs of slow but deputy secretary of state, today w/ill -bei. .
e I the -m of eln "to cover Zoe ails before hls release two1 Xln" iesewal" beat Tony ances t "btfo Girl," "Rear steady improvement. Pope Pius read the fpal text of the speech a.m to 12:- i
res etLble aount of the '-y a.y TrabertI n s traht sets 3--, WIndow--n M for Mur- Xi spent the whole lmornlng o the Pontiff In the papal l-will also t
a .ody. ' Th.e e.l.rNoble owned a cam- 7-5, -3 ad Rex RrtwIg. der." wae best actress, putting the final touches on his brary and then rushed the which n 9k .f&
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+'FL 3 ,omitrip aDIteO$s the Dir Communist East erman. .He low Head, up Vised a Import Boas= voted the beat for- which .1 scheduled to be Issued t where it wl be tradsated '
' .0 r.o-"p-vou -ad lived in Detroit. 4-6, 6-3, -. 6 -Leign prducton of the year. Jater this week. o2 tsngges and beamed Thi regul bdel.
It es '. ~.-.... .... ..-' .' -w-l-be-s---u-thuroughout .the world by the missm-r=1ugr
I .- SHIPWRECKED YACHTSMAN TO ASK GOVERNMENT. :It I not known yet whether January : .
..' t. <.~ Ithe speech will be read by the .- ""
Pope. It i expected, however. O. sullu s ++h .
ityI -hAi ...- |A #lt Aa oiras ibeeito at ,5.1 is i
Whit Arq Rights .Ameriao tiiv t Vtiui .ear-oldPontiff himself.__
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S"ihi i . ... .' -, ...- .... . -- , After listening to mass in his
A.b.n ,isdri" chilean governor who he ascuo- the 30t 5*q6e. Skipper-Poor theywaited for a ship to trans- private chapel today, the Pope l,,,.ka Ankana
o ln -hefa hs nlp eonm i a "blind had on shore. them to Chile. received his doctor, Prof. Rica_- ,fl .W.r ... o.
,am&trechI. here when she/ t ane have tied 0 newsma tht his patient show-.la
s: bu-No, ,ld -s.-ur..ay that -th ego- t ore.planeslies off the Chileanm oat i h allowingg ye.t erdasy
pu.rInof the P5 fro ,could fly to their the South Pacific . blood transfusion. He
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.an..00 cl-fe*e slland, where she complaints, is a matter of aof bYthe Pope's five-
As wIuol u ." I y itj never tort ___..._,___.____.-adde that Prof. Raffele the
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The Moil Bex is e *ea form. for readers of The Panama Amrica.
Leters are revived grate fully and are h*dled is a whlly senidnal **
if ye /' l otributea letter don't be impatient if it dees't appear he
4n day. Lettees ae published in the .rder received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one pog length.
Identity ef later writes is held in strictest confidence.
This mewspepr assumes n responsibility for statements a pieas"
ressed l letters from readers.

4 You have given a lot of space to the case of John Paton
Dvies fired by Secretary of State Dullea for lack of discretion
&ad character defects disqualifying him for service with the
ptuent administration in Washington. But the case in question
deserves the space.
Here is another angle just made public in the United States
but well known by the State Department and its flying head,
SOMETIMES, to add to the meaning of the headlines, a
,reporter must be personal. Eleven years ago I was a war
correspondent. flying toward China over the infamous
"'Humv." There came a terrifying moment when the pas-
sengers, mostly Ola, stood near the door trying to summon
,the courage to ball out of the crippled plane. Precious mo-
Inents passed. Then one of the three civilians aboard, the
diplomat who clutched a dispatch case to his chest, gave us
a wry smile and leaped out. His action broke the paralysis.
We all followed, and all of us but one survived.
In the weeks that followed, we were never entirely sure
)we would get out of those jungle mountains. In such cir-
"umstances men learn truly to know one another: who is
veak, who is afraid, who is impetuous, and who is strong and
ealm and prudent. As the time passed, the GIs and I began
to recognize the civilian with the carefully guarded dispatch
WMa m one among us with a calm and natural courage, as
tone who would never panic, who never complained. He was
1the one we chose. for common sense and ,discretion, to deal
with the touchy and dangerous Naga head-hunters, undecid-
pd hosts.
Mostly-we feared Japanese patrols, and a day came when
;we heard there was a Jan patrol not far away. The colonel
3n charge gave orders that in case of attack we three civilians
Wre tote suns and try to escape while the soldiers remain-
;ed to fight. It was the diplomat who said, "In the first place
this would be dishonorable. In the second place we'd never
et out." Fortunately, there was no attack.
There was, however, a long and painful hike in rain and
ieat for all of us. There were moment when another step
emod quite Impossible. At such moment it was generally
Ihe diplomat who would sing out with some thing like "On-
ward and upward with the arts!" and we would laugh and
hasp and keep on climbing. I began to faint with heat and
lhirat on one suffocating slope, the man who left his half
t of water with me-all he had-was, of course, the diplo-

Labor News


The world's most famous truek-
er, S Claus, signed : sw V46
the teamsters' Uno houh he
makes but oe delivuy a tyer.
T h e white bearded gentleman
dropped in on New Yos's Wai-
dorA-Astoria -Hotel the other day
with cheeks for 34 ttckdrverpD
giving them what- most e 0 the'
globe yearns for.
The 34 men who walked Into the
hotel suite after years of tell,
walked out to toll no 10e. Thay
had retired. On a pension for life
They were only 34 members of
New York's huge Local 807 Team.
sters, AFL. They were ey 34 oef
some 700,000 oldsters in the na-
tion whose working days are over
and who live on private old age
pensions as well as federal social
Yet these 34 make national
news. First, because they are be-
ing retired by a union Iccal whose
leaders have been threatened, by
the mobs, shot at double-crossed
and betrayed. Still the union and
its labor-minagement fund has
been kept clean. The mobs were
challenged and thrown back. The
goons were kept from tying this
local in with the pistcl crowds on
the infamous New York water-
It took guts. Tom Hickey, who
was shot at by a two-gun goon, is
the local's secretary treasurer.
Jchnny Strong, also a target, is
its president and they are the
public's white hopes for clearing
this industry's asphalt jungle.
The pensioning of these 34 men
is news too, because the employ-
ers numbering among them the
nation's biggest trucking compa-
ni moved 1955's Christmas Into
1954. The first of these penslen
checks were not due 'for A.tribu-
tion until September 19M5. Yet the
employers, 'who were struck by
the union less than two months
ago, agreed to begin pensioning the
34older teamsters nine months

but of this will come peace and '1 .
good will this Yuletide-industrial WASHINGTON (NEA) -- A
co-existence which will save the complicated plan.to modify Presl-
nation hundreds of millions of dol- dent Eisenhower's Iternational
lars. A New York trucking strike trade program is now being
can bacK Up all "over-he-rcad" stirred up by the Ameriap- Tiff
and railroad shipments from as League. This organgiati las en.
far away as the Pacific Coast eralty regarded as favoring high
This Christmas gift to the retir- protective tariffs, and opposing
ing truck drivers is national news, the kaciprocal trade agreements
too for It sets a new pattern in program. .:,7
retirement. Nowadays, forced and Th e movement centers aro
voluntary retirement at 65 has tbhe proposal for a government -
maI*nlu atrolad over what iH Wal wtffm for Am rLad n wlr

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Tariff Battle

By Peter Edsor

a. -
the idea' FPe-al 'assistance Anderson in a speech before the
to dissipated industry was not con. -oreigni trade Convention of New
ceived as a permanent subsidy. York, declared, 'This Idea has
The plan was for government has insufficient debate ad analy.
on shqrt terMs. flay were l.da
njle lduatris convert This speech caused 4 obsiderable
to other products, to modernize private anguish among backers of
their plants so they could meet the President's trade program.
foreign aom petitcn, or to help dis- But Chairman Randall himselfU i
located worbrs get new jobs.' a series cf Chf a University lea-
All these arguments were pre. tw', ral of
a-d!e. t4 othdlfl. uIdnt A 1ma.m laha1thar l Al lBatIB hlllS l u ld


to ta awo i reisk a" wa,
even rmvoke war at a m
Mh me oaC are t in iay .
He has -

fle t. -^. 'i.. ... ',
crastl a Itre a
Persuasi.. "vi p g
ments can be ade and hayi b
made sot a course. ar
iebhower has not acted them.
There is m overpowering ea-
soa Why he iar t acted. He has
Men what few otfer cvilians have
seen te fu onfdential p

re in its dytuTve power thi
ere Is almost no place left tn,
t face of he e thokWmr it ca'
be t eated, e
Wat even toe vt ,che o i t
haf ih a taf ,m r.%e. ;W1 '.0 b wes
ax Amerida icebreaker is now
exploring: the frasen lastes of t
outh Pole to see if a test could
reed. flif. Alfady t |.
ist a p t, fearing the C on
tamiating "st.- out" of radioac-
tve dust. ,
lsenhowe, reSd the f S de.
tals of the"a confidetsl reports
ktows that no spot t the word
would be immune from modern
war once modern war started. He
akn that innocent people ,living
dstait Latin America, 'or in
I nlmdras of India, J A the
Junlegs of fria, who may never
even have head of war; would
feel the effects of the next war
also knows tat the hydroen
bomb is so powerful that scientla
predict the possibilities of chain
reaction and even the end of Lcivil
Those who have talked to Eliea
shower know how he des on this
question, how worried he is about
any move whiol might risk plung-
ing the world into war.
by-the State Department that those
In the Kremlin who have conducted
their own experiments o the a .h.
drogen bomb llktwise- 'tbw its
full death-dealing potential; like-
wis are worried. How tre t te"M
rannrts. are. 'M n .knA w mn



S: h th n that I ever were riv pe add to Democratic maoties in .. uon aen~t -
WrXthought then, as Ithink now, that ufeveragain I aw e t alnfecuriyal'd nts. believed that Pyea'oraMc
deep trouble, the ntan I would want to be with would b their social security payments. Co, ess, It i olt t. t ir
dolt1 tais foreign trade Highstarwefbus
I tularman. I have known a great number of mendc i ef n
pirti olar a. have now ratnm en Now, comethis trucke stands a better chance e on the at And liberal businesses
thwn ne wh orld, uder e whole man none more fund with startling innovations. Aa age next year ths it did wa 0no part of any dirMt go-v CommIttet fr Econdoml Dev.
MnnoneI who i seemed more the whole man none more rdste ohis nw pn. in l t twoment ssidy. pment has now recoge
nishda civilied product in all that a man should be-in on system, can retire at after Ts has n r of ad or area t by
nodety Iod thourhtfulnee, in resourcefulness and steady a f ar t It car v o t sr hera ta- they weNn't *tedM In. low.tariff and increased im
only 17 years of service. vocates of higher s -wrt-Finally the American
of character. If"~ oan how they can live with the change their products or mod. e Amerian
: THI NAME of this man sl John Paton.Davles. He is the There is n "Erly Retirementtrade agreements program. The eoz their gve the iea
sianecretyof State DUles, on the recommendation s a Pension" section here for the man governmnet aid idea ha appr- foreign ape n te w an trd lte t
vman erethard of State Dulea on the recommendation al ho whwants to retire even at 5 gently been sed a a t 4d e ot srttv, e rsa. tars La gue as ad
fiv;mani board, has lust broken on the wheel of officials ais- yer, n uneard-of lensin ae mn, f minminl a,.fM I .- B Ai *0Jr. Ba th_ d when ws or*i .
e. The Foreign service officer has been dismissed three years, an unheard-of pension ageomaans of minimizing -ja f mon wA nsdthe Ida when -a wpas
cshoreT retirement anrv officer has been dismissed three t for higher income men in low tariff foreign comp on. (D.- J.M) and eator John W- Infy presented. The airdet
e short of retirement ad pension fte in t werdu managerial positions. A truck driv- Development o thi has aft dy a.) Intrededa bl switch caused c nsidrabe sur-
reear of his lvernment it fetael he w as sgated; er under this system can get a interesting background. It was in the last Conrea to e a- rprise and Iterest in W gton
S governmental. lht time he nstie life psion beginng at 55 if heproposed last year by the Com- distance to commuIndus-
lbt itmes he was cleared. One by one the politically nspir has bn in th d e trade for at least m e -or Freign Trade Policy tries bupps nte ris and i. One opinion s that high tariff
dchargei of oommunlm or disloylty or perry wee drop. 15 years. Of course, the monthly whose president Is Charles P. Ta divi alu wonen by U.S. advocates have picked u the plan
cr yeosrs. Of codpdv'aylrse, the monthly whose president
d; the ninth board came up with something new called de- amount for such a man i reduced of Ohio. This group beve that tro onlyto build the that
fets of character. Mr. Daviea Is not, concluded the board to take into account his greater U. S. imports must be increased, Tie go no place, but American business will be hurt by
nd Mr. Dulle. of sufficient judgment, discretion, and re- life expectancy. to help foreign countries pay for may M ud nt loer a
liability ran increased volume of American IA % nii the Idar of still bally oppo-"ed -to- "tas.
Another feature of this pension exports. They believe this Is -the goveumeet 1sslstaie for tariff- iastane prressad re mal y
efficient, one may ask, unto what? Their test can only plan is that the retiring driver can best means to make.forl cou- dislocated industry has begun o using it now to el the re-
have bee of supernatural design. I saw their victim meas- receive several pnasion checks tries self.supportinghd end the atchon l Assist rocal trade ementsext
lurd nt the most severe test that mortal man ca de- from several trueuing sources, if U. S. overseas aid programs. Secretary- of Woinfrce mud ion.,
bsign. Ta he epad. At the head of the clan. he was not always a member of
e dccal 7. He may haveworked L
( A breidest by Mr. Sevareld over CBS Radio, for anc er trc company and -
.: *oB Noiember 8) have b covered by other lo.te "t
cal with 4 similar pension plan. TheI
Saoe that the readers of The Mal Box will join me in a lower, ae sM en ri an. nphe dute 't
Helppy Now Year to BeaA McgrthY, 8eot Md1wdd nd'.th$ t pro-rated scecks tom each.sick even if It were to drink ,U
ap e r to Enr Mcarthy, Bott MLeod and'W the o checks from each lTe ask at
Oi fi-mlble Joh ierter 'l &t f"nd.r -Theh mae odineha a b e.
Crde Calhon Also, the rettria Temster need C Hm AS CARO S w Frenh efectve a st po

ra' palat nation or anye a o the otn a sipined glowing .dth Christmahs. mr ifsthe pd e w e,'ing when Wpled to a cut.
not~ up with Le t l u ..The retiree vision boean to appear n his Hwpeaatti. e f-=,.m'orlt. 0te o"atidtwl an othp d n'n .ro
doesn't ,lose anyn by shfi mid t-.- jinglig fragments ofInsels t hae d te,,i.-t' .l Eose yd
IVulplne IWalk In waste fo onefirmtoanot. from one firm to aan eminent sholear Yule tId e s.
I wl0bengrUi chamber .hiri V n no B eaihsor bof Hebrew. Up.-i his return home, . a- i
AI AS spa I oBKfhiVe made aortun geI b.fore it see e dn
Sle stinger io wide Lnd multi-eployer pension hour. at en ing he re ft rector m
80111" s aierMathis~n heBsall'co.crud. -:-aCherinsto r hoinasfo rdu esr The vaoieionqI $and$lktel. '-SI
Saint 1 I i i the field for ce nlon and wel. spoke the merry lines that havo me ifthe reS W e l -
*0 LT. oosd fovei t a re~i fund and sthe ir to some 400 qadured fomter more than a century att .en.dchsthtef'X Jut th. 1
we dp on'hur. hatf evnd inhrcitedithec ohe

aas -eeytm
p S" uiitaaam 3LSlquera 4SBed7-fruak of these systems. *) the pattern aie< enthralled million. On "That, t,,' r.ector e apl 5I-amiW1Ws f T 1lj
-frSIS .,I *Saile. 38 Thespitan H6ei soon will preadi eria the land. Chrietmas ve in 1922 Clement patiently, 1 .can o t proio"i e- "l
i.~ W g Coupbird 0e WithIn S le The area.wide pattern Is import. Clarke Moore began reciting the we expect God to e and we f ather" r-
H0II CAl M. (prfitx) 4PlEorstalke ant for It gives a mnan freedom to words to his happy brood: fancy thatwil lbeim.n tlY ghbtr ss hi
saoI l .k i shift Jobs in his home town and h Twas the night before Christ- for a reasonably large .attea- L
Catoin eto i i aSml 1 S RimLe still save his1 dei dg pension. mas once. cow

Vocrre sraditSon. ThiaMs -is h-"or
AiSonorke S s 5 M wount ainr1ethe 4 i,000,000 and 1-you good"p e- It has been.said.that mistletoe The public uimage_. of. S. Ii

K"9 origin: Mistletoe was czriginally a tomu of
Symbol of good fortune before. it lth, the f
WMA ICFRENDS was esteemed assa token of al-te? Renal, i
.oct1... The Druid priests of an-slu.A1ion:
1tetoo from their sacred trees with
a golden knife and circulated them ah
luck charms .. What's a"e,

Whe a cynic mourned to WMil
s-Chas sanity, Regera reminded:.
A""Always remember that ChtrIL


studoi.'o *-._i- o what nwold they be withbot It?-
tas mus tbemerry
IM;t m ohIe as-, a m 6b.easses.

I douft *19t U r
It seem,4o me that -ii wR
the Russian people to un,
and aew bhe" America :l
we can get them endw w
sate belief in thedint f
and realize that mni doeat J
to engage in battle, to deith4
each other, then most of our wort
over war would vanish.
The United-States and Cad
the Usitid States and
Mexico' Cuba Latin
France, Sasodinavia, ar t jw'
ing to' wr against e ea hf' r
cause we know pac other.
thf great assets of athe'rel,
one which permntts its de
make war oveatight .;-a isthWtt
Russian people do aot knoW hth
p le. W :
p at's why t Els hower
visors who' prge preventive, -#4
have some basis fcr% their -'
meat. .r thl Sovle as .
Wearer 9oday. bn m* :wa
it.cioullo H mas _.._.
log about no pubIe oe
ould lay waste the temw raho
in 'a single ni gt. .-
So the crssreads L a
hower and the natis at'
mas season and during e
year are going t thie eot "
not of qcbMrn a =
War...but b w
Curtain and preventive war _
Ceayistence is a me ..-I
work, precarious niAm .of.
tloamjg th, tlmoe beinM..
the --Irn Curtai,. fin~.t
butd: would pav the way lt
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know t le truth abouthrt o
know that they are ware, _rsail
human beags, wi thf a ii6IEM
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Western bountrieS, riano wai,
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A 1.or.ar ti H sai dthe 'prospectOf a"udden we.a.. 1' .
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man nee it he sudden himn s hi befaled it rotore for fa Rwer cull ed -uilty to @'linai tax vi a. Mr th* Anchkof tp. a
.-Sd off I a s rl 4husuan r am Widqrwo d s ol tl al. to me fLn Seven -.e..era are
|a b e"n Whe t" Atty.b GeC. H. Brian Hot- ehuled to Ba O .
his maw ls r t divorce q ?o they ad man.y. Mrs. .t ... *".out during to g he year. an Prs F re er .
C't the Victims of the tragedy wee Dr ed ln, he- said, w "re settled FIaer Ser. and a. Emauel

h..tler. a now hasta a--o c a s .e ed,. eun;. 1 o Nrth a
b- ilu- eoo c WOW The rept on civir proceeding, Mary fthwarts. C
nto. was m to A y. Ge. Herbert
A b.-yWMr.o Jr. by 'prt. A Ge. Pa enge up route to New

P .e, s o d B. Ea Bu dee. .a h to the adva ee
f.a. aou.d several empty bottles nt' Civil Dviuion lit, are a follows
S be ea .a ter'rert, with labels of powerful .
u toohoL. e a S .t a*.d o-d t ro..D Te, div oadi a uidrs. e nr a Come the immense collection of latefahl
---' 0O. d 3al dPetty u $ the eopl a r el.- by or aail t tho e m inal tax o veta -lmo r .e nson: Ja ne dra o wJ ,.

l .... "' w -ue- iT 't y dmBt roses abutopies La t year they ranged from a $74 beo Mr. an f Mrs. Walter pa

evII .7 an gricural worke pest: e Berek; Kathryn J. for Ntw Year Eggnog parties. Yoi'il be fItrigued.
Ty el emt violion a sutb lr NanNaj CFdowm aetock:v A -sa with the new designer silhouettes Irepreteted In
S c. .. O S Or I e tko -. l .ad Mrs. dresses!
s t Nao t ouri gtetd y o ma hi o st tt Li J. Levinnon; al e B. Ml-
-- ... .r-...t.le, o a. Tos. lEem u.l ad .

" " -M o. ..t.ho4 of m h t ri~tsaid Joseph Paul; W and Mrs Na-
gland 2,141'- e e re at ll Beflevue about 3y esl00 lai m tll e v ardson;amnd Mr. and Mrs. F rederiek
.. ..n w-" roree t c l r ter n from Januarybe than a billion dollars. QC. Ry ile and grauonddaughter; No. 21 Central Ave. No. Tte rorhe .
'],Tg~I don; aed.p he reo ctnt e asrental .frn..,egmoney Frank Seymour and rS.-
wuPas l tho'Atty.rGen.He rbert

WS no thes oge-rAsVrrrowhen 70,- 500 o Nwere
d o -d ...ZONE RESiDENTS...
Pace, wlsyrrd the pWropesaluget h;h-eatt heeYort; A cr din g teeer vify es.
nd public U e wic t oorsity of Georgia botle, Hef ttnoware a o anolws:. er vn rre e A T 3T O E

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141oite.d research project for
Lloint" hpfallhats during 1955:
].Out the cause and cure of
o. aces.n rash of medical shows.
Anybody in the crowd want to
,a ovie star? A rich. lamor-
's lamnous movie star. n, ow's
y our chance.
According to a young lady just
S In from darkest Hollywood, nowa-
S day.movie studios are actively.
I=oo g for what they call "new Ann Baker i eob Lateiler
faces." You shouldkI have a new
body to go with it of course. Or '
maybe an old bo2y. But that .is "t at leat I've had them, I want -
S getting away from our subject. to be a serious actress, you know."
Our subjo e t ns n Baker, and t but i t was nice to find
a cuter new face never existed. out.
Miss Baker is the world's latest
-Corliss Archer. Corliss is the teen. "Oh, yes. I want to be a leading
ager first created on Broadway in lady. I don't want to be just an- r
the ay "Kiss and Tell" by Joan other-" .e.t*m
ca = I t a in th e movies NF t i . .
Shirley Temple Wis' t ss. Noty ae? "Look at the g I Ith g a hat
Ann, although a professional "Thanks, Ye that's what I Inred thie t SALW for 1 .
to-aer, is kil of 21. But she mean. There ar, thousands of pret. __ ........
o so-a te-enser, sand it runs tyc Ht a ws & RA od." -. . ..
in 6 tnkp a d It h ty lie Il o.cpn since most of the manuterlpts ftgi
46Which brings us to where we ~e in Eopae.
"I have a brother," she says, started. Despite thethusands of
,who is 28 and can't buy cigarets." pretty faces, Ann Baker says the When Lateler as in the Army
(EGplnatlo fat nonB -Ca lfor studies ate looking for more of the in Eu, pe Mhe met .a.y of Use In between olleet o n, atelner
sians: There's a law out there that same.. dealers A nd ,, mu I k ar. s till givs c rtsa But like a
no one wider 13d'will'be sold cigar- spendence, he learns of *'" llble true ar., be' a e s ft ied.
ets* So It means that brother "This is the best time in years treasures .M d e 'aq. t l .. "I felV on". r very per.
looks sub4.) to rs the movies," she says. distance diCketing. hes b a tre. formade' he #$b. always
y whole family looks young" l t face and go n s olletion of msnripts, hope toF ay betr the next time."
Aim says. "Comes in handy at Carol Haney Lay Gi adys I

keep up uJs s cron CalI the par was called Velmabut
fug. foathree years. ,y tense the 4rodtcer decded she, wass
and the -iasquerade will be over. with Carol, s ame she, likes
: Meawhile, Ive a nice, life. me Gaidys. lovely St.
-hee ears I s enouh t "Iuused to ksipts lovely St. Great Wate F1 l y i eog
Anyo, three yearsis enough, Bernard dog named Gladys," she Serce
says. New Orleans Service Arrves
.ac.b _.' "O Crietobal
TV TOPPERS Jacob Latelaer, now 25, is be C
lived by many crits to be theI S.S. AUE" ........ .........Jan.
GEORGE G 0 8 E L (NBC-TV): best of the younger concert plan- I S.S.'te JODme. .................................S. 6i
The nice thing about a live show ists. He's been soloist with many A St. MARNA" .... ...... .............Jan. 18
Ia sthat It has live girls. They're great symphonies, given s om S.S. "IBUERAS" ................ I
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rany" she says frky general done well at the keyboard. -. "A.A .........................m ." "
Po "m rai being type-cust. I All this isn't unusual, except for L. RAZAN................ ...t ........
don't want .t4 be a teen-ager all his extra-special talent. But what
my, life.-ut I'm encouraged by 'inus r l abnut Lateiner is his *Bading Refrigerated ChWlled and General Carge
S some nice offers for other parts bobby. He collects original music.
I've W.. lately. I've had to turn |cal manuscripts, and this is a
S them down ,ecauase of lack of time,I hobby that is tough for an Amer.- New York Seice Arrive
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arrel ats "Th bW{agy s ':ea givingtahate ut ofoo i ofi t w rema al home. W (
S.a uary. a ie a re ar eo on a B h. He ays I told 7u I ov
4 a e -1 A- We T td for ls t b .me pebrma ce.r' T bo e ai isl tailor's lt of the o out-drea. you when we were married.
e t f t r r lfe Cl a l ine the aowl. Io"""'-e ,m neant it and I still do. I don't
-' i " "- 't"" '" :';" ... ... ' i t Jie a b. 1. ee,11 sie why I have to to a vound
S2ESt, Chapter 1, fcr the first eh.M 'a1.. Ja Sterling We said, wa *ted prachin on the same subject ine
ORB were btoi d wit'h effi- ajnly1w "eU.t- I bbby Paul Douglas hasany yeinsetraight.'
Ilatn w'jjt fl Vlul 3uv $ow hobbs. lier answer "I'm a 'Doese really love me and
I.d I area Patroteeaser Sfi Sil wiodelit wif astha chlen.t-or n ot?"
S ase a etabotaIhee be- He maybe not talk as prettily..
lidk feei her: mia to .Fit rPoster. AlN Artra coe Toas Hollywood Charles Oer, but he would rather
Sr took a chfce a couple of years be at home than any place n the
the it atVla Iso aon $ of new laces. They world.
'Matdfart35. "1 ..i. jtai Eal failed Sdt the .box office and He may not tell you every day
S..a. g b : t la tl Iw0 names are, dominating that he love you.. but after ie
.,- : . phoe. e- Te cast'lt = But Varlety .re- years of marriage he at pre
Jaa .- ih iW^._. b, R|rtid" JTh, C"s .'." .. m ;. '" mighty happy about Hollywood's children but he gets out and plays
;,T '-ne S ~ opa th a Danayeal Ustea ten agnt "neglect" of new facet. ba wi them on Sunday when
inS'%W y"D" c a enteui t 'tyanplot opf a Here's McGeb sounding off on many fatbrs prefer to spend the
N' ns* e *Jn "q'f~lL" '..ink ("'TheTSr s' ow the subject: "As the stan gut old' afternoon on the gog ncurse.
,Stbi g ua ruruua.' .Ub, Jan. ,geto "n o" bnf"oi, r and rptire, wlthoutltable re.- So quit worrying about whether _______
T;s -tiesfomer a -'r- dcoWmD do that placemedt being, trained, salslesor not your ahusbad loves you.
-2e D "V* Wt ae M.apn'sM materSnal1' eof a otory evey other week o TV In of those who remain are naturally Actins speak louder than words.
-.oft Dta oa i eare1 Mr. d M. B Affairsd Cha Smith.' forced up by spirited bidding. This And judging from your husband's
ST Bal the natoial e eans bigger budgets and bigger behavior he ia aman who not only
ttub watlrtlaygmGIG OUNG ix e las tenti arg loves his wife and children but also
willj8will Mal.playeh wi
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combines the performance of twelve "
lied machines into one! Whi.* yt, a -,
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Tel. 3-olu

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FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac Super De-
luxe Carolina Hardtop, Hydroma-
tic, radio fully equipped. Phone Al-
brook 86-2277.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile-88,
$750. Call Quarry Heights 4148.
FOR SALE:-'54 Studebaker Starliner
Hardtop. See to appreciate. Call
Navy 3353, Locona 723-L.
FOR SALE:-19.7 Ford sedan, good
transportation. Phone 2-2624 Pan-
FOR SALE:-1951 AVS 500 single,
excellent mechanical, electrical con-
dition. New parts. Phone Balboa

Real Estate
FOR SALE:-Bargain. Chalet on the
Trans-lsthmian Highway, 15 min-
utes from the city. Constructed in
the modern Gbytia settlement. 1000
square meters of land, fruit trees,
water, electricity. Has b r a o k on
property. Facilities for raising chick-
ens. Only $4,200 Inquire at No. 1
Central Avenue, Mr. Sotillo.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Auxiliry sloop "Vega,"
gIood condition. Many extras. See
smith, Cristgbol Yacht Club, any
FOI SALE:--Outboord motor "Mer-
cury Super 10," in very good con-
dition and vat' reasonable price.
Call Mr. Navarro, phone 2-0870,
from 8 a.m. tb.5:30 p.m.

WANTED: Twenty thousand chil-
drenjo ride the ponies at the Cu-
rundu Fair, January 14-23.

IC, 209 Central Ave., beside Capi-
tolio Theater. Phone 2-3479 Pana-
Cristobal Service Center Beauty hkep.
Phone 3-1642. Mrs. Esther Loren.-
zo, monoger, U.S. Personnel and

FOR SALE: -The popular "Castilla
del Oro" Coffee Shop, corner of Via
'speaa facing Hotel El Porima.
Reasonable price for tash sale. Tel.
2.101 I1 or 2-241 1.
FOR SALE:-Steel furniture: Dressers,
beds, chiffonier, dining tables, ma-
ple sitting room set, electric trains.
House 580-A Son Juan Place, An-
FOR SALE:--Two female, one male
Pekinese dogs. 86-E Coco Solito,
6rh Street
FOR SALE,- 1951 Buick, excellent
condition; one sewing machine.
Leaving Isthmus. Cocoli 3987.

FOR SALE- Baby playpen, buggy
IMolsesi beautifully decorated,
bathinette. perfect condition. Tel-
ephone 3-3658.
FOR SALE:--Refrigerator. 60 cycles,
$85; dining room set, 1947 Kaiser.
Quarry Heights 4147, mornings..

FOR SALE:-2 new tires, size. com-
mercial 700-15. Reasonable. House
221 -A, Ancon. Phone 2-6344.
FOR SALE --Modern bass wood vene-
tion blinds, tailored and fit into 3-
bedroom cottage; Type 17 RS
kitchen and nook (red enamel, rest
are ivory; new 30" large office-
plant type fan, adaptable for either
intake or exhaust; 1/3-hp. 25-cv-
cJe ball bearings, very quiet, de-
*signed especially for use In attic or
office window. Call Balboa 2-4482

W.1 'WAWA, BABYI-LeIte. Lyon, 2. ridil.tg the eromlds
ther, dlu iauyemuutka=' t aabe me ..bet S ..ts Claus
-C~lao L' 'However, jlt Santa manned to keep
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Santa Ce.ow rates -arm-
Balboe 2- l "". '

WILLIAMS' Santa a fhC*-
bedroom. Phoner B$t 3-4

PhlMIps. Oceande .cotofi1. t
Clara. oxe 4m5, ib
Pannis 3.1877., Cro a 63.

FOR RENT:-Furnished hou. 3 bed-I
rooms, cool and comfortable, Bella
Vilto. Phone 3-5283 from I to 5
p rn.
FOR RENT: Beautiful 3-bedroom
chalet to party who buys part of
furniture. 43rd Street No. U1r Bella

Apartments .
ATTENTION &. o. Just built n4odem
OfurnIshed pqrtmaena,, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel.
phone Ponoma 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bedroomn
completely furnished. 43rd Street
No. 21, comer atof Justo Arosemrnen
Avenue. ria hl,
FOR RENT:-Best located furnished
apartment. Splendid for 9ne or twv
couples. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
reasonable. Regular transportation.
North Americoar neighbors. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
living room, dining room, 2 bed-
rooms, gas stove, refrigerator. Bella
.Vista. 43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished oapart-
ment, including refrigerator, porch,
parlor-dining room, bedroom, kitch-
en, gaorge $55. Apply 112 Via Be-
, e tisarfgPorrma, never RfrcsMlt Theo.


FOR RENT: Furnished room to
bachelor of good habits, family
home. Phone 3-3658.

Help Wanted
WANTED.-Maid to cook and ge. er-
al housework. References only. Tel-
ephone Colon 992.
WANTED:-Maid, do general house-
work, sleep in. Phone 3-2855.
AMERICAN FAMILY needs nurse-
maid, must live In; also a cook to
live in, too. References. Manuel
Ma. Icozo St. No. 79, Compo Ale-
gre. Phone 3-0378.

Joe Schedules

Long Swan Song

.,As Investigator
,. WASHINGTON, Dec. 29 (UP)
-Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-
WIs.) today scheduled a mara-
thdn public sesSion of his sen-
ate investigations subcommittee
next Monday to continue its in-
quiry Into defense plant subver-

Two days later McCarthy will
turn the chairmanship f to
the Democrats who wir control
the new Congrem convening
Jan. 5.
McCarthy announced that 16
witnesses have been ordered
subpenaed to testify Monday.
He also said that "two alleged
Communists in the Army" .will
be questioned If time permits.
He did not Identify any witness-
es and declined to say where
th alleged Army Reds are sta-
The subcommittee held two
4;ys of hearings early this
month just before McCarthy left
on a vacation.
It heard from a number of
steelworkers in the Bethlehem,
Pa, area, some of whom refused
to ,testily on gro unds of possible
A Defense Department official
said none of the earlier witness-
es had access to defense secrets.
But Sen. Earl E. Mundt (R-S.D.)
a subcommittee member, said no
security risk should be employed
in a plant that is essential to
the defense effort.
McCarthy oeak the new hear-
ing will take place "Monday
morning, afternoon and eve-
He said the session original
was scheduled for Tuesday, ir
was moved up a day to avoldd
conflict with Republloan and
DemocratIc ca aesrat
that day in preparatlon t
opening of O i '':
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FQR.SALE,-RCA mhog"a-. qmnsoh
*-Pefrnfpcdrqiql4 sale. 2-25w2eve-
; ivfl,-aA-W-aelq. ; ".

TOR-SALE9---* y mfture tbiand
I: tchinp chest fine qond ln a'
pl ypeyM;$30, Albrook 7?7*

MFR. SALE; Porcela-, f rqtor
r very nTOiwhlle, very' Bdtabndl-
.tion and Iold Call
Balboa-. 2.4355 or 2(4-3T-'

FOR SALE:-- Lvng rooman-t good
condition, made by. Cowes. 50th
Street No. 52. ...
FOR SALE:-Americans 'hving this
week, will accept b et offtr for
Modern Maid gas range (apartment
size, dinqtte .table, dresser with mir-
ror, Hollywwod bed. Gpod condition.
Castillo del Oro Bldg., 117 V)p Es-
paila, Aportment 38. -

Afeo-AsIu Pqace

Confab o Incde

Red tona, Japn

BOOOR, Indonealsa. Dec. 29 -
(UP) The Premiers of Five
Asiatic nations have agreed to
invite both Red Chink and Ja-
pan to an Afro-Asian "peace
conference" in Indonesia next
April, reliable sources said to-'
The decision was reported as
Premiers.. AU Sastroamljo of
Indonesia, Juwabarlal Nehru of
India, Mohammed All of Pa.lp.
tan, Sir John Kotelawala of Cay
Ion and unu of Burma met-heie
to wind up A two-day coMlerence
on Asiatei problems. ,
An offiolal aoommulaiJ te

and Asian nations to, al ea c
enee In this country during the
last week in April.
Indonesian leaders h the
April -talks will "bring ating
peace to Asia by reconcilIng $he
conflicting viewpoints of st
and West.

New Books

The second volume of Tl,.I
Believe," the. personal beli t f
4,number of well :known mop4
and women which were collect-
ed and edited i b Edtrar6, 1.
Murrow, Is among the b e
placed In. circulation during ,e
past week by the- Canal zone I"-
The book contains the be, 4
of 80 contemporaries and also
the belle*s of 20 person Munw
calls Immortals, those me a ad
women of the past whose state-
ments have been drafted by the
authorities, best qualified to re-
construct their philaosphies.
The complete last o new Jb*
and their ittote announced
the library.ta : wesk fobUb.:
Non-Friotlop: 2i1*s 1 D ..I
Murrow;. god's Secet 'Arn
WUI the Soviet o-
Johnston; eamt ra-
Public Service ; A
troductlon to Climate .-
wartha; Teht bhape o the AeO-
lane--Stevens; Build Your Own
Modern Furniture-Col ; -
der Milk Wood Thomat lThe
World of ,Odyseus -- le
Abraham Lincoln SandhUq;
8ples for the Blue and Gk&se'.
Fiction: The Bridge of erthe
River KwalJ-Dulle; The -View-
fromn the Farhouaue-rnue-
Smith; Reunion Miller;
Morning, Y DeJD -Dove
Vamp 'm eady
Benton. Row Yerby

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oc Temple at 1t' 8:00 .
* Mrs. Wilhelmina K. de of
Margarita, will be lalasle asi
Worty PatrhA.
An formral reception' ill be
held In the banquet hall follow-
ing the instaliooa.
Re*"red Wdtkte
Gratp T Met On Tuaesday
' A general meeting of the eaUr-
id Canal Zoeq w rckere- A oela-
tion ishereby Manomned foe Tues-
day Jan. 4 1955 at 4 p4 i the
Auditorium of the Pae "Ci b
At thit meeting, no wfllfhldI an
election of officers. All members,
are asked.to be on tine, in. Oter
to accomplish the work we. hae
on haL .
Claytia Offlerswiv
Meet Next Weteday0=
The Fort aon ies' Wiv-
es Club willeold the r egiular
luncheon n rtFrt Clayton uficers'
Club, next Wednesday it 12h30.
Guests -are encouraged:.
can Mris. D. S. Sine, '-318'
for reservationss.
CZ CoAllee C ab Meets MEadY
The January meet i lg o. the
Canal Ze hCollege Club wil be
held on Monday, it 4:00 p.m., at
the JWiBUSO. .
SDr. Dorothy Moody will review
several books, .
Mrs. Ruth Gets, a former seea
retry of the club, Will be honored
at tIismeeting. Mrs. Getz-is lear-
ing the Isthmus to reside perman-
t United States.
Mrs. Sigurd E. Esser and her
committee fTll serve tea.

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O0 Di* I FRED IOWN The GamboI Golf ant Cou
n A n0100911 or2 0e1 2 a Nmtb Vocal Amasur Golf Stnaoe
,-., .... w lX O I rquS.l nnwmA2arpahooters reathsd the tlOe meat. s
Won: 2 0 -8 m by -_lNorth Car, u*lifying rounds-t a re.-Afe.
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S..................0 0 0 47-44 triumph vtr ay while underway on Jan. 20, 21, 2 and'plan i ik e
-Sme s dark-horse MM1u0lia Iled a- i& 'a sl att-c
'. ~ LA"? N1OB24B aBImpsu Dab fanned for Ludtks in h. 5th '. way in the final mnt to de- Qualifying rounds will conut sdoub SaS
fas a rans feat Duke, 79-73. The title game of 18 holeS of medal play, to ofbe 1e hot oar pw
eGa.. X, T&b0 Soat 5, lhaee 0DAMEN i i. scheduled for tonight fca.ow- played on one of the above _Gata. p llast li ehalif .
... -" f i rr-t 1 v 1.. 16 10-0A. lIng the consolation game be- Play. will be according to U.OA I A couple-of Oh i mst 1
-. . b rth i ..,"tween North Carolina-and Duke. rules for medal play, as awed- Made to the .
222. --a10o" ed locally -in "
ArS 9e 2 3 (Arther 1-1) b 3 2 0 1 4 New York's holiday festival There will be 8 flights, 18 up 1
S i iM 2. Le 0 1 ? tournament at Madison Square golfers to each flight. The 128 the sad t owei d t
B MASO B Thorne, rf 2 0 0 0 0 Garden, meanwhile, advAnce goter. qualifying, will be paired medaist la.tySt witn
By -G re-ald,R I 0 0 0 Into-its semi-final round tonight off s cording to US.GA, rules, rder- par, and t'
,A rr of-l-n a 3 ~0 0 0 i with LaIBSalle a five-point favor- and then will partlcpate in the medalist wot le
f-l 9 ite over U.CLA. and Duquesne match play for four msuceessIvee
lelo e b 0 0 1 0 .a two-point choice over Da ton weeks until all are eliminAtd Tlitaao ii

've ec little 0 fifth and u uesne eighth but to U.S.O.A. rules, as amended Ii.ll-7.i -
betel -tn-o Bthe norm lat New York locally, for match play. m".1 i-.To nIeor '
hasf b'3 4 crowd wil be plling for U.CL.A prizes, to make your eyes pp ten ,of the
T"a" pool41- p1811lat od -the team that staged one of outl will. be awarded to :hei Play fok
e ,eIia a e N LAGU STARS -r Crce Lr the .greatest 'lies inarden medalit, the wi nner e e a
nkees .00 000 -0 0 Loaem after the latter slammed one of Lawrenop Ludthe's alantlator.... nd ....r-, 88. runerup ln each light. And Yeth 84,a
t.... tdeme N01 000 2 0 r. Lope, of the Kala 86, in the opening round. once again Smodt and Pired. s yr on 3M
Sji O nt a Summary: Runs batted In: Citv A's, also scored the only other run of te first rame of a Another einderells teain, St. ilt award four $100 lste. of. l ab
t li o be Mlil ewis, Lope Earned ra: 0da doubleheader which was won 2-0 by the odamen over the league S oonaventure, reached the title Tere to o ntry this
men 2. Left on bases: Sodashen leading C. V. Yankees. Lopez smashed a triple and single to round of the Queen City Tour- tournament. All you h"
S. Yankees 2. Home run: Lopes. spearhead his team's attack in the second game as the Sodamen nament at Buffalo, N.Y., last
I di.. fr e.. l orTwo-base hit: Lewis. a gtole ain mwon 5-2. Lope ad four it in five orip to the place. night with a 6-50i trim h Is present yourself at ti No. 1 a .
V re Moore. Struckout -by (Photo by Looksley Ferguson) over Georgetown. The Dnm ee with not over 14 club, an
v. anes lto itnd an abae : Moore. tckout-by ..fir_______e away.
k .h one-alt Brown: 6: by Ludtke Base on meet the winner of the Cal- f away.
%,ds- leaders. tse -balls off Brown I: off Ludake'1. slns-Geor Tech game for glltlen members of the -
Itkerg pie ed. up #in full Pitchers record: Ludthe 2 runs Pay Se the title. Invin9 tolf nlbar t o rioavla
#on- -on.the Yankee = re- 4 hits in 5 innings. Errors. Soda-I-. M-l Duf.y scored 26 points G - Cl ub,_ Ia kbU
tmen I? (Moore) -. g pitcher: helping to lead St. Bonaventure doA Golf Clu, 1A.. Cor S
.... . ....n _i'h. to a 33- half-time lead over umnmit Golf Club. It D,
t% hita --n t eown Winh, A .I B. rown 1-0. rUp.mpmr:- a. SO pener Set For J n. 3 Georgetown and the Bonnies ltf C olub B a l ,i pr vll ._ Br
14 aWINTO BroN J a J fh Parchment. Time Lg fought off a late Ho ral- C r orda
i. e on I B-ROWN of game: 1:. ly' Sophomore, g liard a Mo-rl slub Ft, Clvtnn Golf r,had tite
die 4h0b- (Second Game) Final plans for the 1955 Pa- Elks 1414: Jimmy Porto, John rano tallied 16 points for George The ambo counsel b
Ithe *i Ials l" io tz the left center'fld fence in the y E..S ma.e at a meeting of League of- DeVore, Mike Burton, George last night, Fordham rallied to open for practice rounds on Jan.
n lg "-- t-- thei was cfe iinurince Irun a fela Mia Monay and t will be Camby, Earl Mullins, Charles beat Columbia with the aid of le s
t M B. Poitheiiad Alnso o also brilliant I n Players b h "Play ball" for the Lit. I t Cross, 8 te ve Beaudry, Tom Ed Conlin's 19 points and Geor- X0 l
S'r p p ra iin. rackino up his In. The Yan- G-raft, 2b 4 1 2 2 1 Leaguers on Monday, Jan, Brght, Edmond Blealey, Craig gla Tech topped Idaho State,A T ,
IFl -idtao loth kee Jony o in t, n 4 Openln day ceremonies will toudnor. Dick Hern. Douglas 72-6 9 -9
LVlgneef Liidtl who * ag U tesr jumdtol 'an 8 in a t le Hardin, s 5 1 include t e introdvrtion o all Pajak andegn Larry Corri an.,i "
tirt pua relnderd 's w h lo G tr i e andi manager at homie Seymour Aency: Bo by Boat- In tournament finals last Golfing GOesin From The merge v.
y fithe i duced r single which p ro- lckens, Ifb 4 0 21 0 plate from where the teams will wright, Barty Mallory, ms Al- night, little Spring Hill College Amador Ladles
Sll te. wy f h Thl 0k dame right Wilhelm Sb 4 0 0 march to the fl agpole in center- len, Buster McGowin, Freddy of Mobile, Ala., defeated lor- L adeI
"ill m, a a t eit lm, 4 0 0 0 J. hae mandh to thet flagpole In
game. 'Th evious! daae to t i lpes n lIngle l mf, of 4 0 0 0 0 field for the flag raising core- Huddleston, Kenneth Pearl, da, 66-80 to win the oator Bowl The Holiday spirit prevailed
St drevin oul e b 0Le witaGa e 0 0 ~ mony. After the teams have Richard Morris, Colin Corrigan. title an Detroit won the Mo.- Fot Amador Golf Crab l
-- tiLi Brown wou have i A4ewsn Grthoy e a- 0 3 hed from the field the O.0 Mike Dubbs, Ronnie Pearl, Ricky tor ahamplana t week, ant dhet W w, .La
e* a lad rtj j bfa a ro r p o 5 2 raltar LitYers will take the field Brockman, John Carlson Mario sao-.rauip *le a O wsr
7" ."t-- -- ." _-._ U Go mJptuer5 Cola ith Calleja and Leonard Broeman. p6 .

St ace thed $d Aie arun beMa aw t i Play Little l e
*zmofj alwz m i!, mat ataa'nlintrh tcifcSaaileVit 0 M t ,
Ith as the i Fe nd 4 Cola: Vtuty Schwarz- League will be able to ,play Little -pre
o Wo re an LO ,, Ab 4 0 1 roc Roy Watso, Joe rill Buz- League baseball In the Farm Moe u t-m
a ad oaM th oero theow. hr t 0 1 0 e Rathgaber, Ray Caldwell, League which will et underway ev at ant -
dva tag" of rowh est hit a -roud tob John Wats0l on, Fred Chas Robt. on Jan. 17. A mee ing of Farm ar aw Jos -i
deliveries which -are quite which hopes fielded and threw to Thn e, rd 0 2 1 0 Dlte ro.Hartman SmithFe Calp Reoe onaJae1 ll o aion of Le ai.*ts m, et .l be hbe . .
t I Inth l thd to pick -off Pr I0l, t SpL managers wil bo hel d si to its 3 nF-m
i ba In t e nat rly and othe a p ir 4 0 Edmondson, John Zelnick, Bob early next week and plans o iet a Toleo Is the 2nd Flight Mrian lho Li
a twght f game wh Ilhlm 1 po to,. Drthe rioawIe Ar4 1 GO I Bowen, Peter Whitney, Richard the 1905 ea n will be made. Wltt: ".d .-'** .o t 8.DA
-B .h- oht natural o a te th n ea was o hor, 4 Kel Sphly and Tom P aerante. The Paded Little League Park e bal frh t
ro'.r fit And the Y1n .o01me O0f 4 1 1 4 0 Gibraltar Life: Louis Lomba- has undergone many. Improve- 11 6 enliilnatd ee. C or hSql .
eilmsa als os tat ho sees' scoring ws over for the Chl b o 0 1 na, Bob dpa on, Dabs Mar- oents since it was first con- Bn dmpion kansapMr. s-in CoIt Comfe oo 'ta coSS 1 o
"the chawe to t Sch, p 1 0 0 0 0 onard, Charles Rager, Tom -ut- structed In 1952. This year th 88-5 Oltate downed Cmllfrado, loin i -the a Dy t sp_ .d w
H g**a 'tfal wbe faied to s o8damen got a run In the Alc, p 1 0 0 0 2 chison. aJerry Steiner, Fred Orr, bal f eld is entirely covered by 7Oklahoma unset Colorado.e mnts. ThAot tai T.usba- -Don
.a m A r. to sixth, and another In the eighth iefn Wfend, Gene Hermanny. grams and an electric scoreboard", ad Missour waped mnt wI d
-ff *s w e. kthat for good nisiasre and AlonSo Totals 31 5 11 27 h Dick Ebdon, Tom Hans, Cecil has been Installed. All of the ad- Noerska, 75-58, in advance, in. number of tug.
Sit bett r BWeworked -Bon that thoe rbit ort the High. Bob Adams, Gabe Hartley vertisng signs on- the fence to the Blo Seven Tournament Will -
sh orter g e -as .ay, although was ian a little Score ,y Inning and ctlu Snyder. have been painted and the club- eli-f.inals. Oklahoma meets I credits th e m uplh
his fasth start of the se- trouble in nint when with one Police: Frank Ammirati, Fred hqqupe-press box behind home Missouri and Kansas staip op. at the Cl House.
Sout he walked Jack Falls after es 10 000 000-2 92 Roe, Jimmy Barnes, Mike Klip- plate has been renovated. The 'poses Iowa State tonilt. Happy ow Y to
own was-'peO against he inaldo Genald had F robbed Sodamen 300 001 01x-S 2 per, Harry Slot, Walter Brown, mos noteworthy improvement Alabama and T.C.U. reached
Dabek of a triple in left field. Summary: Runs batted In' Billy Browder, Jerry Crawford, for this 1955 season has been the the finals of the southwest Con-
thmer $tripling or a lrd Golff siled and Valle moved 'ardin, Thorns, Brathwait 2, linger, Roy Bettis, Bud- construction of a covered gran de Tournament, Alabama
whp w not e 21 until ter and the ru rs advanced men 4, Yankee 2 Left on bases mith. Rusty Potter,and Doug diah has a a TU.te
en as til ne.rs ei bas PrieNster. h ng capacity of 300 persons. And A. and M., 72-57. flies beat_ f
eor- Ya n p Ot first and the vtsr4a t...e bits: Graff, l a i, 67; ad SM downed
He l them oflthel an A l.n. s Ward, James Bassett. Roy In the press box. games.
Alonso for brilliance by gaer arrs 2: by Socha 1: by Alojo Gene Bek, Dennis Bradshaw, of umoire ti ear will be Do
strck out ls, walked forht I five trips for the 4. a on balls oft Harris 2; off John Joynae Douglas Crook, Al- Roberto, "Red" ce and John
ne oly one CV. natter d- r s e n b. White and Ralph Parker. Ridge.
a at u P This occurred in daysaleld he he c eord: Sachs 2 runs, 7 hits in 2 WhenR
orrh we n t h e _nd e limoore e an er.tr that -WAS not Die. (none out in 3rd). E mr
bell away at -first In df.lftg. .Lop eb Dal so3:21o- Yanken s 1 (Lves o sm ittee
e nuns n Lopz. _it Service League Leading Comm ittee

IIa 6 I E'd.e dOil la.GO.i er tdo
I . pitcher Harris (3-2). Wionningr s
Th Lte Cor, nicer Alonso (1-0). Double- a MAE A t aton w h ede -n. a -
I1 h'a him t -h o-Ra i, Marleyu tAlbrook ane-d It-i,@ an d theIartE 3e'N 0

soDeb ad was wTi off gimsl 2:l. uneisI sGua orr oiae tre erra ,he n hite
*ith lto lo": oL iuher HiTma nbofet hmeo tane amaGfthf r t hns, ealh and eetol
InI 'O S EEwOR MDB -easono0 Wedne-n a thr 'u,_ ett
Sup flal A. l Forea dI '.t FortCO .lal, -ton wher, the 0 wt tewnners L wr -, Gen,,,q ---,
'The Colwcemjo again mla y bro T W L Pet GlBhor n mp-lo bow i ane rband F o _.ids Gol f 'd ,
wit th oso l' a.o h a-Fu ftt rrr n ee is IkNle n eisDB
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'PBW YORK, Dec. 29 (UP)-The
atonsl Association for the Ad.
vfmenat of Colored People has
ked President Elsenhower for a
c -erence at his earliest conve-
bianee to discuss what it said was
undlsguised economic intim i d a-
tione' of Negro leaders advocating
desegregation in Mississippi.
Dr.' banning H. Tobias, chair.
man of the board of the NAACP,
taleleranhed the President on Dec.



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S 320, asking that the federal govern- .
mint andthe personal moral su-""
slop of the President bemused PARIS, Dec. 29 iUPi French foreign minister Robert Schu- the United States and Bri e te t d y r ustau-
halt the ~ractlce, deputies convened in an atmo- man, helped push through ap- have said they would. re "h w bt Le t,=t i'easant
Sphere of crisis and gloom today proval of German entry into Bonn anyway. But Franes.w ;T deputyy,.
*' Tobisl said reports from the to decide once and for all be- NATO on Monday. alone and the entire North
NAACP. staff in Missislippi "in- fore the day is out whether to The stakes were so enormous lantic Treaty Organhuation It wa a de n maneuver,
d1ei e tht banks.and other pri- agree to rearm G e r m any, the whole world waited with be il danger, nd reporerally as
vatI credit institutions are con- France's ancient enemy, deepest anxiety. If either vote Communist delaying tactsp Ioome n $a .C" Mendes-
pmitg to put the squeeze on The momentous final debate goes against Mendes-France and a last ditch fight by at( Pranoei'4 it- on test,
Neg farmers, business m en began shortly after 4 p.m. and his government will fall and premier could mean another late hammer t Ionsd jock-
s4- home owners who are ae- was to continue until the oep- the entire Western European session. eyi in thue e ly; wornins
-ive in the NAACP by fielos- uties had ballotted on two defense system will come The. formidable o0lbsitfe' hours of yesterday was aimed
lug their mortgages, denti.ading votes of confidence posed by crashing down. still was fighting. An spend- partly at staunch povb r Officials
WI sad prompt payment of in- Premier Pierre Mendes-France It will not mean that West ment calling for talks with saw a strong likHlihood that it
debteduess and refusing credit." who had staked on them not. Germany will not be rearmed- Rubsia before ratlfleatlhp was could not even ,new toi a vote.
V .only the life of his government
Tobias said these and other acts but the fate of thel whole -- o- a
of intimidation were being insti. Western alliance as well.
saon te wtr opane Uo Vatican Denies Interveningt
ed by Atat AW. Wlma Sledge a The, votes were on these two n ,j-nI g
S citizens .;. ort ed.r tbe mole 1. To reverse the stunning re-
of mainta ilag segrea.- Jection of German admission to
A! tli'tiz-th fp.. -of se The Aesembly ioted the rejec i i
troemaers." tion 20 to on Christmas Eve In French PO i .i sf
pr eand plunged the West and theN
T Whis said the methods of' the AItelf into frustrated VATICAN CITY. Dec. 29 (UP) check every person entering or hardly be found any means in
eow% lsh b ena cAt indtvicious" 2. To pass. for the second time Vatican sources today denied leaving Berlin by foot. traln or the political arsenal of thbe ag-.
Sy te 44.,Adv the whole ratification bill in- reports published abroad that automobile. ; gresive forces..not employed to
the Vatican has urged France's Western officials did n think wret from the French parlia-
tir udng the entry of an ermany Catholic Popular Republicans the Communists would oas the meant cnsent hfr the creationstf
idr uote into NATO. German member- (MRP) to support the Paris ac- border, despite their blustering a'ew Wehrmaehtt."
He said ti 4wps&per quoted. ship, in NATO was approved in cords in today's critical confl- anger. V
a tommunl n ik an saving an all-night session early Tues- dence vote in the French As.- anger melted these as "unceremo-
"We.. -,itel]it diffMOW day by a vote of 2B9 to 251. sembly. In Moscow, the Sovt jress ioub blasjallins of flsnce by
If t iaay Negra The prediction was that They iold, however., that mam- charged today that "Am.iMan= threats from Wafhington and
Savocats deseg relation to Mendes-Frane would win on bher of the French episcopate an4 British" pressure a instLondon. taicky p14zllamentary
frl i hol a&, g credit both, but by such a rraw might have done so in their own Frace would force te Na aI cotbinata, .pflagrnt pressure
o'. r- mo~algap. margin that FraneAwo~ld be capacity.
marked as q unwilling part- The sources said that the Vat- greemenbl to rearm West Ger a- ly-souning species from the
jbl said to the. President: pr in an alUance she ac-vept- ican, which has been following many. rostrum of the Natonal Assem-
'-ae belve e.that s public state.- ed only because she feared the French developments with keen blyr"
meat from you,. foowewd by cor- alternatives more. Interest, considers the Paris ac- The charges were made by N.
Sre ; action, lde a priser Informtd sources said that the cords a possible "first step" to- Polyanov, political commentator "Amerlean and British pres-
ii sito t o e Itlian Christian Democratic ward an eventual wider interna- of the official Ctmunist news- sure against France has, taken
I' "A ^ ',,,. p art. hM.bea tgie sister tional aboratlon aong the te rPo da. similar blat- suFra ta en
baon u Its paper.mvda. A. dndllar bhasts- sh c de to-ntaef
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WhrJ- A Sui 5 .nwriN uwuaf
as "the w t In a doe
dumped u to 17 Isehesof '
in the outhwest today apd 0t
stranded- hundreds of motors
on snow-clogged highways. tL
The storm began yesterday U-
Texas and swept across r
horns and into Kansas and Msl- wi
sour during the night. P?. ? a
Rescue trains and., National
Guard tanks set out today with sa
gasoline and food for30C or more In
motorists- stranded In drifted n
snow along a 23-mile stretch of a
highway between Vernon and IM
Electra, Tex.

The 17-inch snowfall was re-
ported at Fort Scott, Kan.
Racing winds drifted snow up
to four feet in Oklahoma and
portions of Texas and Kansas.
In Texas, rescue parties were
hampered by lack oft equipment
because the highway department
is not prepared for snow of such
A Burlington Railroad pas-
senger train was pressed into
service at Electra and sent back
along the highway to Vernon,

'Don't Drive

If You Drink'
,"f you drive, don't drink If I
you drink,.Aon't 4drvel"
Automobile drivers on the Ca-
nal Zone have been urged by
the Traffic Engineer to follow
this simple maxim at all times
but for a safe and sane d'w.
Year they have been advised to
use special caution.
Drivers are reminded that one
of the most serious offenses .n
the traffic regulations is to .ap-
crate a motor vehicle while un-
der the influence of intoxicating

Conviction for
the canal Zone
with mandatory
the driver's licei
or imprlsonmenf
than 150 driver
ZOne- -1t ibei. 0

this offense In
Is punishable
revocation of
ise and- a fine
or both, More
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.ttbads a to uAse- -in the
e r; treacher64 passs.
6 bright ppot sasa blanket
of .three to sx Inches of snow
or eastern Colorado's bone-dry
dust bowl. The snow served as
I protective cover for powdered
soil and the winter-wheat
Winds.up tao l mues per hour
whIstled across the dust bowl but
only stirred up the snow.
Ih Ca=f6rnla the lorest fire
ap.o outf o control after butnihg
.over ,000 acres and chasng at
lat a idommn f*tMlla fInmU liTrit

Inet ,"io' pmwe
evidence aid 4 f
tils new threat to
UTr country.

n' o( -factua

party leader Amttore Panfanl
hee to press the case.
SThe .aig of several MRP dep-
uties led oy former premier and

in poi tica affairs. ....u.Fnch bi. t I 'poAiOv said there' "will
ops are free to make any recom-. -
mendatlons they think proper to
French Catholics, the sources
While they had no definite In-
formation, they said it was "pos-
sible" that French bishops might
have suggested support of the
Paris accords.
Msnwhi.e, lest German Com-
munliti Indicated today they would
take now istep to haoloat West Br-
lin as a retaliation against the
French vet approving Wast Ge-
many'. membership In NATO.
Just what they would do re-
mained uncertain, but some new
moves were forecast by an obvi.
ously-inspirel letters-to-the-ed.-
itor campaign in the Commu-
nist press.
Almost every Communist news-
paper printed letters demanding
that East Berliners be prevent-
ed from financing the Western
"war machine" by purchases in
Weat Berlin.
SOther letters demanded that
West Berliners be barred from
"black market" shopping In East
This thinly-disguised propa-
ganda threat led West Berlin
newspapers to react sharply.
In its final edition, Nacht De-
pesche said the Communist Par-
ty Politburo on Soviet orders to-
day decided to "seal off herma.-
tically" West Berlin from the
surrounding Soviet zone. It said
every person crossing the East-
West city border would be con-
trolled closely by Communist Do.
The newspaper headlined its
dispatch. "West Berlin will be
isolated," but gave no source to
back up the statement.
Mindful ef the 1948-49 block-
.ade, whichws relieved only by a
U.S. and 'RItal Air Perce airlift
West Beliners wee itery about
the possibility of nether.
It the Communists are deter- RISING ZhEVf-Engineer C -R
mined to halt shopping between ClUif, shoIw bw a 42pt aivn
West and East Berlin, there is Iorks nsted,. A telev i 'n.
onlv one effective way to do it could 1e lowered li~ cat ol
--close the borders completely.
Otherwise, they would have to

Angry U.S. Scientists Loc

At 'Excessive Security
BERKELY, Calif., Dec. 29 tor the past rather than eot-
(UP) Some of the nation's structive co nge with aspectito
most prominent scientists join- the future weaver said.
ed today in an angry attack on "In prt. -It Is an .at-Intel
"excessive" security restrictions lectualsm a strange and danO
Imposd by Congressmen they gecousl Is of faith in- cholai"
said created a "aekness of sus- l competence. In part ft I thw
po" in the country. horrid ryeult of politte
Dr. Warren Weaver, president sure, of pe sal hne
Of the American Asociation for of the pathoiul"a argaset
Mi Advancement of Science, led demagogues with smala
t b Ina speech before natyn mnft ."
M r ornizatln's 121st Weaver BnOde'Is a
a t .her. taek kIt nlt"I an
.8082A j f d profesion tresselin .
afford to ai 1d the don, re&Zixs
t h -rf a a anxic AAAS.
wfljof ter ad tnia-c
w ...t faaotu .

1. Pearmenter, of San Tr-auisco,
t tun tleuople cran*up wr
pa, sou ted. on sueh a tr,
r-# st gr fq r inunc lo.

e Broadside

re .f.itiorts'

a ^'- a ons

a rnnsuirig river Is rom tbfe
to our times ore likely to ]Ae
an accident than a sober.drlver.
Alcohol influencess different
people In different ways biut
when the alcoholic content of
the blood exceeds 15 per cent,
any persona can be considered to
be under the Influence of alco-
hol and is unfit to operate'a ve-
For the average person, this
state .is reached after he has
drunk even ounces of whiskey
or six or seven bottles of beer.


Relues Reported

Drop n Rum Sales
BAN J AN, P. R., Dec.- 29 -
(UP) Teodoro Moscoso, chair-
an of Puerto Rico's economic
development administration, to-
day challenged the Nation As-
sociation of Alcoholice e
Importers'. report that
Rican rum sales to the manland
had dropped 25 per cent.
Quoting.from government fig-
ures, Moscoso said sales
only- 1.86 per cent for frt
eight months this year as com-
pared with the same period in
Furthermore. Moscoso, said,
from July to F4ember this year
sales were 10.83 per sent. over
those of the corresponding
months last year.


Do3 1011 I# - "A

The Salvation Ary tnIn-Pana-
ma and the Canal Zon will be
oboryntl Its Golden Jubilee
with a Civic Service to be held
on Thursday, Jan. 6, at 8 p.m.,
in the Pacific. Bervie. Center
(Shaler Road, Ancon).
The chairman for the occasion
will be Judge Guthrle F.- Crowe.
Lleutenant-General William K.
Harrison, Governor John 8. eSy-
bold, Minister of education,
Victor C. Urrutla and others will
Lt.- ommlissoner George W.
Sande s, Territorial Commander
for the central America M4
West Indies Area, pnd Mrs. $an-
dells will also participate. There
will be musical items rendered
by The' Salvation Army Band
and songsters.
Admission Is free and a cordial
invitation 14exteneod to every-
one to attend this meeting.

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