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The Panama American
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 Material Information
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: AA00010883:00615
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 (UP)- in the House, the new linen and Su in an Aeditorial today
be 84th congre assembled to- i .l Democrats, 30 RepbUt. aid:
ay. wi tthe Democrats n_ a.d one vacay. until e moUtve Is tnb- '.e -. .
?ol but pledged to A the Senate, Det oc. i lished, the outcmae of the assas-
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Shas ntrsgf votk ... r Oron Re.pulcs who fe for n "a.uia
Before House andenat were ed dependen i1. rd.for
lled to order (at nooE 1ST). As In other Latin American mBAeMU alli of F
ngreomsame ad Cabinet mem- Party esuems yesterday met countries, the Communists stand ,
era Joined Preident 8laenhow- the organization for -** to gain most by any disruptlon h uL -
r i the Ntn Preabyterlan r i openly session. of civil affair Tough his wn m t a st O p ht
church' a tonala ce of v career was a my one, p I- omt t '0on .
prayer an communion (at I a. .The principal party leaders of ident Remon succeeded r"
L BT) Wark.ag thea QpeI of th parties In both chambers_ br.gng poelitieat ability o C ,
ongre. Wre reflected without contest. country and effected nunierousm sMmoian .ftt&4i 4,bh
Among the members of don- House Democrats picked Rep. social and economic reforms. S i t ImS
rpm wle Seas. Edward Martin mRayburn of Tex to re- ti.. w..-wNe
- i. O_ C. Stni (- o1 the speashk whicZh "This is Important to the a to a p
os.): ad Raph. John Rsmer metme descrl as th United States because any_ tur- h .'
md6.), U. 0. Burnalde ID-W. 'ond most powerfi job In A. m In Panama is a grave treaty .t IC,
a.), L. H. Fountain (P-U.C.) rica and is a ob Rayburn -i to Tle American-owned Panama v furor C.OCg cmIC Nm .
od Richard M. .18p -Crdyhasheld boegetthl nl and the safety.of thou-, ,H 4 f"ca n -
,-Presbyteran eldr o of- o r individual. wa"s.dork merinwolio veania Zf oneW ., bu cu.a
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were typical tilsbre-lou rmbbga, too, from pro-Wi
money and tat 'h i j boyah I ower Republicans meling
though a.yothi, haseveiattrl. bigge voice. in Senate GOP I
bute of na el ied criminal." icy and from House Democr
The youth defendant told leader ssmarting from 1954c4
Mthe court he oame to Panama in plPg -attacksu which they
1944 on a small fishing veyla impugied their patriotism.
from Colombia where him father Democrata regained contra
till resides. His mother la dead. Congrea by their pickup of a
At the time of hi arrest he was In te elections Nov. 2 at
employed asa carpenter helper mid-point In Mr. Bienho
by ils uncle l Panams City. term.

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,aoth h _.mi Howling Blizzards Snarl
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.h Europe s Transportation
a. Monday night. -- o --.-
mn .Treltf"Itg LONDON, Jan. 5 (UP) -How- Injured in a train wreck l
old-. H le Itag blizzards and freezing rain night.
Pi PLind of = lii sarled transportation and com-
ing cablegramstos w letions across Europe to- A thaw brought some relief *
arrs, and theyWare dlr, increasing weather deaths 55 British counties blanketed U'
m e.. o far this week to at st 24. sudden snow yesterday, but
do"1 ram Cal Air Ministry predicted new a
nmt a a I The worst accident caused by today would re-freezo slush
a Chinese plane a the early-winter storms was the ed roads, increasing traffic aI
.a Cinese p a- king of a nS naval tug yards.
off Cprtagena, killing nine of 11
secretary general and erewmen. Two railwaymen were enow piled up In drifts as h16
f x went to China illed.early today when a freight as 12 feet. In Italy, hungS
m from the U to train jumped the track at 'nhl- wolves descended from the
Should to win re- erbrueck, Germany. penine Mountains to att t
fliers shot dow ... neep and dogs. In Sweden
.a, near the Yalu A woman who attempted su- m mercury dived to 18 below
g a B-2 leaflet. W de by Jum ing into a river m1
lislo n Jan.. 12, nar Stutt yesterday diled of Trains, planes and ships wem
E16tAbu, .delayed b the 5 !o

c "ripp ed. Telephone li nes w
S it .... Jdwn and hundreds of roads In'
s First Snow Greets passable. a
BIn Antwerp harbor, a sal
Vest Indians In London it.ri rae.
-. o -- Ousts up to 75 miles an ho
Jan. 5 (UP) .e.dos, who saved two years out of Ikept shs hugging the coast
the year, the heat- his arpeanter's pay to find the:the Cgis channel and N'SwM
1 tie !ft S fare to r iltao said: "It was'sa. Hardest hit were stou5h
o WeIdta a very old teai journey. It ngland and the west country
reac nd a a htoare.
wi.. wane haih Channel In Devon and Cornwall,
of a the t ed the "uglish Riviera"
Indi, aM ran Itaoe north-easte of their normally -
tin,%the automobUle amoebl
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RIatub_.! tr and., 4!Y dfl' fteas piant .
WE WEpKluil I $i s _ll .l t...<. nimanM mainWd pn las tocitbt
.s ;l ihtel e United-States wants Utbe
VAtCM CTY,, 3a. a (UP) means.C.itry;tee Tan 5_. helpful but that US. law "PO-
ope .Pl 3, apparently survival. the Ilndflte fu- blte It fr t extending the
Popvered m_ lhicup at.te, a. Aercan waicplsla. of I rvicet11quested."
tack he sufferl Monday evening, have to be as close a. a er!*a The Aps sman maid Panama
i. e early today and attended I wasm In Guatemala ltl_ had aakedf'for FBI help In tiy-
pecial mn_ an occasion of the ay catastrophe. Mean eo, .we I- t_ sol" the killing
V1 .' Eplitphany today In his hsli h .anmas sorrow In the gern .t.I anomu
rivale chapel. los of an able, forward-ookin g to be is 1pIul -It can to the
Head of State." government and the people of
. German Jesult Father Robert Panama, the spokesman said.
Leiber recited the ma m and wa ft A TLaI rmu "IIt regrets, howevgm that US.
joined, b the Pontiff in the Cable Thief DraW law prohiits It from extending
I a of the gloria and the credo, rfl n For the1tye of service requted."
w.ch are a cial pa rt of the UU rinee For ward m Is exptd
vigil mass. After mass, the 78. to sar as the staffs of
year pontiff received his doctor, Kobbe Pillerlna a an get together
rofRiccardo GaleaLzi Lsi, QD to make group sontriateu,
In his custobary morning viit. A $200 fine was Imposed on a *nd as the management oft,
S e doto s ,cable thief this morning in the finm meUats to& ai ve eon -
--- uu t OllllO- F-*-,,,
The do40or said that he found U District courtat nian butiona by the r in a-
ther ope n excellent spirits, il.n yh. defendant BernrdBo A- elave. .. .
Srecovered from i-Liss botherewed Soherid pointed gout thf Areos- T luS caaiNa resident il
adviccup, and chee toretd up byre.ta el--sihe was with several Pon a rd City have already
message throughout the worl. tro lld by the Uti t te The Balboa Gu n Club had
Public Defender wi .am P 5. .plegM e 5.
Despite( aeu...Us-l's renewed --pointed out tilt MAo- IBmW US U13 isn resident in
received both aonstgaor Angelo other men at the time, d that tribute.
Dellacqua, his deputy screary the cable had already been d A "Civic Committee" to r
of state and Monsignor Domenl. up before and was lying omn funds to offer a a reward
co Tardiul, his pro-secretary of ground. The incident occurred any person or persons sup
state. at Ft. Kobbe. : in information leading to &e i-
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I tORUM THE READS OWN COLUMN WASHINGTON- (NEA) --81igns /Medes-France r on U reS- to hold another crime inv
now indicate that the Russians mament. The fight eould_ bMv certain Senate der to
may be abandoning "Peaceful Co. been preventedarndo ohnson of Teas a
B w existencee" Sta teDulles been on his tces. Ito
Fr the t several Here is the inside tor what The rson is si : They don't
SIT d oEM AIL'8Khas been &e theme song of t happened: Iw h~ e a ,
Communist slumber-hour props.
ganda. Its commercials have been After Secretary Dulles came limelight, and especia ttyml n't
The Mail Box is *n open forum for breeders of The Panama American. intended to lull the non-Commu- back from his emergency Octoberwant to give him a chane o
LtItnM reelved gratefully Mand are handled in a wholly confidential nist countries into a false sense meeting in Paris, he was the star another presidental buildp They
S a o oteiu a of security by lessening the &tW performer at a televised cabinet kow how close "- came. to the
Iealgibutsa tlwer don't -b Impatient if it edesn't appear the Sion. perfoemting where he explained th o n 1 i in wa
I L etnters r published in the order received. But now there is an apparent comptomis plan he had worked 't want o take san -
Sa try th kep tha letters limited to one page length. shift in the Mosoow line. Conu. out wth Mendes-France and the s r sa.
Idemtley of leter writrs isl held in strictest confidence. nist spokesmen seem to be tight. British to replace EDC. He had Keuv has
.This Newspaper assmes no responsibility for statements as *pISeM euing the tension. low to Pa after the French ofe in
eireae .ole tears from eders. There is a note of violence in unked the leng-debated EDC plan baI-sports world, based .
-- current Compiunist statements in for a united uropean army. His alarming reports com led for la
WHERE SHALL WE PUT THE LOCOMOTIVE? Europe as well as in Asia, Secre. compromise was acclaimed in the by hi old invesar ow
WHERE SHALL WE PUT THE LOCOMOTIVE? tate John Foster Dulles -T United itate, as a great diploma.
declared after his return from the tic victory and also seemed rea- Crime Commia sl.e b
Sir: North Atlantic Treaty Organisa- sonab acceptable to the French. thestatements ofaB

m o na ro t n theindicate a a cooing dove of peace to a more The Russians started a terhRusarific to Ma Iu a. ok
n to the PanamA Railroad. ut none of the tes threatening show of force, the see- camps n to change the French, and Ton
p locomotive might be set up in a position where it could be retary observed to his press con- while t Eisenhower administra- Howevr to n
60n :rom passi ng ehips.,enaeua a a rtwr lele mseoO- ^Eisnhoe. a
een rom passing ships ference, after reading a prepared tion dalmot nothing. rm oe
S Three Locks Areas are suggested, and I wonder if it would be statement on the results o: the cr y f has caused efauver to we a
possible to install the old locomotive on some abandoned aiding Paris NATO Council session. Secretary Dulles ha frequently letter to his friend. e Warren
near the locks where those aboard tHe transiting ships as well Secretary Dulles does not be- seemed to believe that the mere Mauson of Washington, ne w
as residents and visitors walking on the banks or riding on the lieve that this shift n Communist Ienunciation of a policy means chapman of the Senate Interstate
hlghwas could see it. tactics makes any difference or the adoption of that policy. He has Commerce Commiison, ask
Sile p means any change in the ultimate be content to make a statements him to conduct the ave-
Another possible place would seem to be the bank of the Soviet objective of world conquest. I or a speech then sit back and a. tion. Magnusonhas a flue.
AI in the La Boca area. soon to be cleared of many structures, He was asked what the effect NEAA aumethat tbis statement is being reccrt and is one of the t
-A site mlrht be found there where the locomotive would stand would be if Soviet Russia should put into effect, when as a matter r members o the e
eit effectively. carry out its new threats to break of cold diplomatic fact it always also ie a he lariest.h
nce the Balboa Heights Railroad Station will probably be the 20-year alliance with France takes lot of followup to make a pe to any crime
Tidrod to other uses when, as and if the 100-year-old railroad is and a similar treaty with Great policy stick. m rein mtobe sen.
Scrapped, it would seem unfortunate to park the old Iron horse Britin for mutual aid agint y a Theo De
there. new Germn aggression. MEAGER US. PROPAGANDA U.4e h e "o me
Threats made by Russia over the the 0i 0s a official statements r Colorado, is
past 10 years in its effort to pre-.. y Esenhoer, Nixon and es co

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venst a build-up of western yl sesoats e egth otrfito r
strength.I 00 year regarding Indochi n.oad' new gov . .Cer

SFirst wet creeping back in the Sov my min, iet threan. devil and of themselves They I more life into her cold. old bone res re ar aget-pru m rg. powerful TV antennas can he e -
agi ns t the wese ls 'n e Wortoe smbolc ned sl h aShwsrdghmwasd worked out in Paris last Odp -ty onverted to transit L.

-" "ia "i \S \ f^W ^iance. United Britatn sbout *the ald year dying, bUt capered like uppies. got back, bent nearly double, omatic notes to theFrenoh a m 1Yet they would be almost ipoal.
W would like to try to te about The old lay sat in her rusty walking uncertainly a the very Britih warin tht tei o ble to spot in the forest ofTV
I- ri d Fran I ubl_+ o, etmt." her, anyhow. I've never been able black weeds and nodded in the old walk. wide-legged and splay- gression pacts would be canceled, antennas in every big city. . .
ne e shall Plan. e to rid of the memory of her. sun, and smiled secretly to her ooted. e did not look up a I they a beamed a trea Ad. Arthur Radfor te jot
t pt s re t at thi t her c nr he ne D when her w long and The next day there was a co- rnch and British ople vamped the military advisory mis-

I. Their \ I a thro~akt ile the ul-a s" the color of leather. Her strong and she first got ised in motion, and the police had come Reaul: T o rb m sos in par Fo thea and Te the
From ratifying the North Atlantic wa white and so wer the a gaden, and then got engaed, to my garden. The SU was warm wch Preer Mdes-Frane Navy in care of ea ar

,re l aty... ...t 't Th.- wa old woman's whiskers on hher and then got married, and oen and the breeze was brisk, and s. to have i Otober dwin' group. In t5e past, the Army ham
B Maim -- -'TL I S m^a ,n WedsGermany's ae chin.She had no immediate tam had her children. She watched some of the late flowers were dled to lmort sero. irun the advisory missions to our
Se to ofu dent status but y' t ived wih distant rea- them up and way a sti in bloom. The carpenters e ao. . ... ... ar eastern allies. But Raded has
NATO, an Ke was ~o~t~~ih S I tves know why, w as po thbisy n young,hn e bur sunburne d and and were r ouing aind he cord t l ly atd.e is miute, aer e or maneuvered the Navy in cti e, s
i~ten t a Br G x e- n of the year,- nc ,that the d lady keep er noisy kids, fulldren, of theby o macnt was lthe su n breathed a i rt negative vote inte renc e Nv ec control mitar
Sln afm. t' creeping back int my mind, un- deve il and of themselves. aThey more lifeI a tScamer, c tbser

sinf the twetelinJIr t mut oual d ways full of smgs growing. ere hesymbolic needed casuallyre and the houe wasthi tenderging dow oe a lthati, ,German rearm s me n t Iv n .
ali'ce,- Ie o tlitielwas a wall around the house, wth of her relatives was a poor one, tree, a tiny black bundle. The old queaiked through the Frenche ,
Wnd i, r ,oh I o ....wers on the wll, anIwould the sea so that there possibly was not Idy had cohe to die in the last cmber, But whattlph ob a.
J n. Itahthnowte at blue in front. enough bpace or food for an old place she loved. She had ed a erers fear i that France
n hw Federal Republic of rid The house w a cheerful house woman o was of o earthly touse scarf around her neck and sunk wll be thrown out s premier next_

-IOu or noa .ndit shoe "twSarmS n 1 chief chirmn hase quiet lre
"" .I a trd aelat iopslS with 71aiws an busy house, too, w r mn dcded to sen ner t a h ome for/c adtn prayer, ea when sme
Souta-a-of their ezn ed withsardnerl always planting thigh.lay ties for worn-out old p assed taut on the brfnh to whi t WAiNGTON PIPELINE .Ne YOK mta y ae
Si..ift.cate Mot i R ,ngPop ad ees Ityin it re ih en ctouonndvi, ,rden ds thdo ar ast, t t .her lesof l ra e oa n i I x was pud that se .lady Joe McCarthy has mew adopted m i t Fr es t ra t
Whatmeitrableohree pel he wou ae n ost sidenbae tha e me, a skin the color ofy leather. cr strong and she first got ki ds sed in om e tohdene police had com my e m rtUeompe. F ndr ivew mom
I, t hn o ficton o hair was white and so were the a ga tren and rthen gotsy ree-nga for e last look a t the snew, brm hpain which Joemier Mlog tovndes-France nav snhwa-guo a on ise

f f tr ost Ws .e.n.i. as The.Sy kept the record-layear go- words on the machildrenne. S he watched some loved whe.the record tt he wouldn't have blasted Elreal money-I wa anno
lVa u to dey Most oalav 's ng 18 y, bours a day with distant rvol So he came another day, and erared and the carpenters Ow it not been r h today.
g its me on full, and they were always I wav, s usul, when I drove clamored. In a way it was a To Presidt The program entitled
mVin Portion i k to the Coml ow rcins around the yard shortsibl off to the village, and she odded compliment to us.- Tisenhaower i min the restaurant Millionaire," Is builr around c
ssi ._ the.. lr f .Russian r aresslureet'-..w.,w business, he seems to like his s com-i ouuot weekly gy t of one mrl-
It being emplyed against the wesd petitors.umIke has been a silent part- rion doeara to "aupect

I seC t mere Walter W-.he .inNew.York- .e.... ..,^.-E
armis te S agreementeryIU t oad -cham wafrogie e care an th house thn te dow n fm W that J. M

slnde iCto titr atyviolathEuroepean security conference. Allen, the White H e jester un- eramate.c account of mthe ,exc-
e-_ .be Cflre B torm ..e.havnge hs l eastesa BROADWAY Duke of Windsor's mahor domo a pregnant woman .. Short der Trman, got ie into the How.l l sioncrretrfr htFrc
Sgai nstJd E pean e oueuse th n foeb About Town: Helen Hayes That Wa metho fisho lady ga a cotly te a Tpurchase of ca chmrer Butpot widowed depetrtmemt
In 'W~ag palli.rt SO N ape 'to lbfrighten~edsa hvnt_ tken this can (Mrs. seotpaitb i horselo); Ornotbout lTender Trao s being creed starlet, his ex-wile on h dtiposd fsrmrlus father bsthat,_nes rater ..
5Vel priIstads ,h Rey awan oo w-.Then hou se Bean, Jinx alkeober uand hmoueto wcl h. Made o every week, seas arou her N. Y. notl Its . thRown out ... thel ne O ;
Sr matcn the NATO coun ai the a ondae Peter Lorre u on on wJh or M nl" which c "tl ,e Yates combine as client Robin rdio n TV

ohaes ta bh nAcola Indian et s anow seem bthoviue e, tc, w orn "Tredmill to Obi on h d as eo e Ia olv ing the vernment be.e TALKIES
R a11 d lock Drool 4SLatrl t ha so maintain their wa th ered re twi ered re tha i Seerae d Her e so n sor P Buere m CHICAGO- UP)-The Art
armisice.) 34bJueS bet Lou eh g fnve strength. By Dosh lh astrne alwayspa the ing. dtik es forw ason o od etr ae ta the bran bt rck b lan d loefek t Nre oufthe Far s Pchte
AbreeeWa a3et r Thomouarrie chae n .. ..arecrtsante a Althug thd hthe Cub s th-e the or alawmony ( shnueriad- Prt o ie itherls with ehanr.y Truan, the man who th alng pture. A

ilpreoures orvint.rnaln dvernoine .Golf ace pi Wood and his ther) until she pays t,500 arrears m e tve dh e o e arden t hi. once opposed h im. The two gotiov a utton m es de l te
r-"~~~ -ItEm I r .Secretary Dulles points ou yoIg. brie ds-.'iay' Srn ,. F. Sinatra d gCbet. J o0,000 for ster" who called thne (abot along famously during a visit In brings a recorded two-mil
-9 F i~t h Rus-signits haresto woo'uga lger 1herhous a c dy lh o.Wl a 1Soay h tooe o Austfino lle a al, r the plot to b ill that pen ) t Kansas s.ityr about inoute maseernlfrie.

toesLt a b ioh n bma lnitth C mmt anir Tab h ir th.ewo tfulln tCha w iwck. .Twu lhe n lbria V a- Wla thed kn he wasyeIn smsaelhlt-. ..
I (and trthisretacticns witarr enow racingyaround the y wrd in shortds o toe ill andh er s nodedoclis mentshee ts

vementto a Sint n id he ni t e 11 t y. ,wh .t .aye a Manhattan Mras: Broadway SIDE GLANCES By ColbrI th
ao rhse npace.t tde al .ay nt, he iny his Lationr.,asat ldami Bach) newest spectntc-lar at 44th (repla-c -... .. -- ...- --c--
St t I S i M. i an Gr t Gath- doing a trrle i. Meat aren't ing the Big Nudes) makes the h ., ..

'l ^f _!*l.,_, "J" BT I~aiB-- riaff* !m | [ oll- t.p1s not abs MoR. er) aleag M o . .Joan Blon- however, like we said . What Bright Light leetor really glow. tl l ( ,
agngPopr eemlentW ra wreste' GI.Wh ohhm"v dell and tghuVanderbslt amn' n does one mieldiadye give another hows a fdim t aoer Wit the

sesti I- May.Tlhmy sl the n lgadte.. t eladr" o Chf stmas Brenda Fraier eIase u t hathat e radyM l h d-
t"e fi IS I I s ovr w r t W Uams(at the gave S. Billingsley l wallet. Together Stay Tooetber, a Jamr J ?
s r I a sutsyo Bfenarm, o c diefotr;oe c aint lpy-a New -York Story. She is about yearlar d ainr pte ver I I
back H B havIingtothe ammud istOrbthus ei
aresnone aldbw andAnitaLheord Bnsho o n maio Glads, ae lrmae B Ther very drayod aband--idsohnon bus int ressals randtheI n

Q- able to resia'st -theternal-pre.- Goddman intrucin Ml oaun-h beauty. .She has that shabby- per . The firelug in Sutton
sI l|1of the chan ed Communist ter to her flrst Aligt spot, The genteel pk. .And an aristocratic Place painted a api paste pink
iJs arda lie i Basin Street. strike. .Nobody knows her name by a lady poodle-stuer. . The
Ir=a ......r" --- . .Or where she's from . .Or gir modelng a bikini swimsuit for
Sallies In Our Alley: They were anything about her...The midtown fashion mag photogs (Ia Central
SM seung ArlHe Judge and r all-night store proprietor (and his Park) while her toes tuned blue.
roodue 7th miaband la i s. staff) never bothered to ask her -- a
SShe's os attraetye," said a questions . And they never told Midtown Vignette: The papers i
phe'sfso A. id_/etit Th erpavers
S i F N IS "I wonder wy be quit mi her she mustn't use t ne of the related the hilarious Yule story i
movies?" . "1 lue,' tee- many phune boot (the onein the about e inebriated Santa who was
M- -"- I .... ... another, "she didn't have time rear out of sight of patrohs) where amredfor lsultinlg passersby
tI/for them'!" . In lubea' thj she leeps every 3ight. In sitting with: "C'mon, drop ameliu g i
." owere still gabs s t a position with her head ainet the tho cheap bsas!" . .
.'. . tak"tu over Bar hiek s pr. wall . .People haw 6lef But afe Bll Laugh was eaeld by
B.dP -'6e edn t. g f et M for her which she rejects. .We new a-s the radiw-press
e fo abseryhL he about her M era. a. when th Dispat :
mo0 tF M a a iot t -4 ark .. we weowe to llal PtetBr utoJ
: I *saD her w eseNt, "io Bu a- it. .Ther aD waS la 4th M hh. Di a
ud t I" numberr. .. She waken Mout at ans --

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10W will be the theme Soon afterwards she went to
1 a4V-9A &7460 -,- of eS of pi b the United States, where she did
thPen Women's Uitile workedlarla window decorator
E..... ..de.rthe st. Oal.W of P i" oGuspt House in California.
Ja S B. TS I the'afpSeet ofrthe fn her Btwo years an the Msteh

-' .' '-.", ,: X ad:in .., ... --ll"oaed ow w t h her Bat! ol bp metal, Wekt BT A .... h p int p s wBll Id ovt books and t a.Biter ,
moo.. aowlg -gras bra-ml.esFatwh Leau e omu E lenor has taken awards in1 wee
beendarrarged-C 0 b0...--Ial.-o-amoen.lcaaartoshedw_. The won twbo
N. .... .o ep We: at .h e ha. witllOpr- B ItI in the Pen Women's t
g ^linbye ndelsau. li sent r Cldo reta whi oenr's No'f Bee1na ASrt N Competitiona delastin n

4oeConcerto in A minor by ohu Pa maais bwateur.colr l, and yer In water color por. A r A nature
010.0rm eu dfr, in hr Vfer a Otile and inblack-and-white S media,:tr .
SMilitary personnel and th i t r fashion, he w en onrks ly i and took ards in water col or
fEmsnd th e bc o laib tl f th media te an d 5rints in the 19 Canal Zone
the CanalZon e.anthe res....I ne to paint n Asi D TeDau so
m ae crial I -te ys Elenor W h, a er ex hi it ion aOwt the Little Gal.
-.dy 5 p rs te r rrla d I frmal T IN N Vn en
k atal eE lGroup She ikos especially to prm int o eal

ToR nrlonneento CAle ngs -An wn ttear. Lsoeres la in wr Ts lrpotrt ur b a w r
The. Palette Group.b Aoftolm, lNCL-a l da n
S Hillmr, s morning clas bis oe eat dr n th nd. p G e5 Ana churchoof
an, uopener Aondto o the R San Jose (the Church to p te/In a mA 1 sho .l

.iS aet o-a at Me a ntorgan' Ga alar) 1 tl ascinates 5 s lher, hes ,t t bo
'4Jeanne Stauffer Beaudry. 'Those17-Yearis." don ks Down;hide upwato &am
interested o enromllins y ar ca *ea ten set s out for DBell iiintteLtVia-

nd lorsa a cre a color owi pmet eso sit r atae u- b Fefore e NEA Staff Writer to brush and soapsuds.rooy a nr to te wl
Sade. G d t. o to widentilu district but s. Pry ea r t ag a place to do hot hmean rnok oer o
Sr #a w a-bt e hasid settl ed LOVE ru ERNAL- tn. Stbne HOW are little bms work in his room may lessen

WfFE her oIuseb-o dfy Ai tomeo ow o a yn. osy corner in C horri- MA -Daphne fdut coun ver Sinaisedanes aigt hee TePenguhntel .|
'por' bo"kecause, try as NOT AS A sSTRANGER-Mortondeiay t sainat I ak tre h e b

sh nb ePro G a dThompson With sucks and stones and .huiedoo d a o c must be completed. Ift de irn tso ea lamp ta sgI
lBits of scrap metal with footbaafii-eted used is small. i out from the wall on an af eevdt w

hatena en pth e A. o cor mer ae r an Sro o e dn or at do rh omrepletelyaintrigued bytPanama'svi R mIp -An aS ten e tad odas al gen ce aht
a es t r putintyr. Mee rOVDEC, ..tengement distrlcLw. She finds them ROYAL BOX -Frances Parke hemel amnda NTOEte snk caO0Th b
c dbeTirte orningteuied He ca .tySeifferen from the alums of a t ny Keyes bedn tded tenderly in a box: with lamp designed to diffuse lghn idi r .
.. ohdente fr e esutwoo of a b otecity she has viited, and 5 VICTORIOU t NV un d mat rints othe 1p 6 q
romm. T Aum s hould submi Se n type- the challenge to paint the of thi DEFEATED-T aylor Cadwell Rover's hairs lon the bedspread
ire will eo .a . teet e it s o of resistible. Non-Fiction and a heep of dirty clothes theN H

ho s espdldag por thea 8tah M son of AHere sheoco necentnthwngJahag, saidT tROhi panw hspae said: rd other b ta to St peaomtre ouns the sea Aenoion Are d r hedch:
r u a c ee ta ead of e.h e Although Elenor began dre awiri T POWER OF POr E n middle of it all.
Sho tred t he office. M ln so at a very early age, her formal THINan Norman Vincent Any determined effort. g
mesl c et bep auet g b A o inste auction in ait uL T ne .t m rLlldW. nALA Peale s alds re t s. onale ..
.N-.a ar, w- a___ enrollment during her teens a nI'LL CouRY Jud e Cn anc e d. e g w rcic aineet do ome- A I o

E-- p.a s and "theffleer oa "' Jrb'lee W arrle it te tied oysko.lesre Mwor sai te wrood broak rd temeol n ts reeLden Jtk fEthe dY eMN P iCAT-, OO
perw ponHerln Lefo e Haus, a school fmor- .a oth-a au h er 0 . e .p d d b y ra -c os
..- ~~Re am ~oen's Auxiliayf fd th ash ion design and theatre cos- All w rA aInd -Ca rl Sand- te on for. e anrugged ear fabrics I
2n--._iated ddd fle rer 0a va e- the d n. slumdrawing, sketching, nudes, CA ie. GREATN SS-Adl eal room that's alpred toesuit mas- ,
d r Ther Woman's Ab t and th e history of arte, te ties B le so a Bcu bitne o tastes s also wthe easiest toa t

S AGatun Uo n to dWl L CurTc 'san costumes. After three ynea rs At tChLOF Td E mcheydn- keeop presetnable. PrEsE TY S HO
"U- meeating of th e year tomor- at this school she went on to stu- en echt An example of this is a bo y's

* MsD M FANCIS RADS pe e 'tocut their wedding roew at 9 a.m. All membersnz h

' rmpli.aSAnp. -. ea wladow .nd ra .e.. E SIZ ED f l-- .......... i ... .......... O .................. h
MIL.ANDMRS .Fd.-pre p areeroo everdie en romte of an rmeyes r
cake following .dadne iFt. Amador Chapel l we. anus, andl n int her u whe d wmen asledohi e and v s Irs. fTHEuPENGUINr Hts S te
ofr w $ an of B alb a wonreabridat lpape th oe ar e cordial l ay or m a- wa e ter t w sha be you have
,. Thew MaommuniNtygrendlled idoCnr l n .E A D tt b waal le to lp sdote s s

h tr e Pdir tae .,-ff Zork, and .- |
all.no w. K le etaffa and nt. vited to joio us for cones and to -YearfOddBra stD w nf n-
of., oriendsar twe ce tot ak e a fr.rY d raotaer throjel C ourt Finetonh e backsof I
-tHer yell of 1117 asd ther c In place byda coronet of tiny Is help formulate plans por taoryears '" *h souc and proet the bac o
aOndonead ndC AlohhaBeuebouquetouoofwhitegalnb e a4a owia- OF PSTImidd frn e oi nenit a.nayt
nd The nelye s dooft or.Bam oeL a .,yewherer Me, he r.oonfs Norse Vycn ihda flyor Joaermin. lesIt Me
Th =bes&SeinoraaTEman'Crd -isrConfeEWELssesTOKillingea
D.whosehome1Sid3Annb ectto b1pJofto Ti W hokhs Lcsit.
affairs from LouSIanaState University next June. They will Meets Tow orsruggessm e ideastonyou.
eo#At817 Boulevard. '.uile $a21oa Woman's P Groupawill meetratMtSeZhomedof Solid-blue denimrenlivened
GroAlOen 0rn. hr (t alt o s with coordinatedT striped trim-HERE'S
LAIO,. D BnaUnd u li u, sho lr nthU. ... hdra-mingmakes the snug box-edged-
H.eighs,.H ou ey52 A tomorrow 17-year-old boy who denied for round her neck, and attempSte to covering for the bed and is re-
TRE STATES TONIG-TL er sister brokeddon in tears* nd He s failed to dress ar, be sai d rindsoimrn s at teure T es Hate H eliate
Tlhx-springvatt t ys taof bed t ht filtered.tdehumidifie
re N g aongawinter0 W' urreservations.orte ano thome h oed tonk tied tsest s ls eeases t to
n ebFli planettof hp y King Guilets Iels Fdetric Spears sbed t SArsi doe for nea arys tralegt prsents t
owe ob C-y"mbro. -thea Morning Guild MeetiFng wi the confession to Crawford Co.i- ly an hour before he dumped the NO HAIRNET N.
S O. b.l..on ld ti tySheriElwood Jacobs as the nude body in a thicket near the suare te c o
bb --a:theldonresidenceto:3Mrs.Wm.ttwoo of temnstood in the funeraltGallonAreservoir.lstet.wasundmatcte hed fof thaeurbhestlea
Mrs.Froatthen e F. Resiodnat53AMrs. home alone with the body of there the next day by two 13- bed. we lwaiting outlines the blow down over theface.
Me i. ,t e ne dy.81p P ar i n d M W Streev d,.W et t.Diablo mHe sghts "He was quiet and didn't say Spears reported to work after o u *sTanv
I who is saying for the Its on of Anco 5uupw1l mthe.hoethanything," Jacobs said. n "Thon he be dc sod of the body. At noon, str04 l io ines the seams no Irritation,ne.
her huobmi--rriday,.be ofad aughrVvirMintatsRksNed m rudnd staed crying. I knew It was all when came home for lunch, sthe s b.iget .Ge
fa..rewealo. .2 -. C -.rnof I'over. be, his parents had found PattriciapdtW c iorns stra ha r tis t TherPenipgdicl
8 p tm Wor ager Lb cr6ew19
AnloeMt 'at TONIGlI o sunday night after inves- 5io ecbs uryerdcompare Pegkt,
TEm .t bm, M .l there" the shra tiontaid. o"Lar r gators mearned howase late foead- c soers y w streatres adbic
aea'6oo.fsuer officers, on. after. I ho i c tocthe work the murder morning. He mad EVERY WOMAN AJeReC[ATn COMPOsT.
been-actlvIn nionaairs and h Return electionofd cub rfleers and the county jail Bucyrus, he filled steadfasly denid knowledge of ram.AN
a 4T. iliatedy. PAy ToNaval Ae discussed. in some of the details." the crimeoeven after confrontednw fte Xe u WILL HAVe It
btkoamedinAe.Thearsactivistesmewihbea e l ivth fthattiretnfbund u needthelotdrtr thedsw
sa-n-takenFircagspartaEdtSrowder Therewill besrereshmentsaproo oI rave or near-ipwyou thanalst at
lv merlm j wo A spoecd ha Miaol lanto Wa in-"- &. social hour. for the crime. where the body lay matched those u gTvisit-your .---.- sewing ccii-
I. s 4r willing hasreturned waw t Spears told the sheriff the kill- of his car. ter for advice. N w tchniqueA
me sr.o buiIsetes his PROVIDENCE, R tI.-(UP)-An engaged in a ow fight Friday ught," Jacobs said," "and I knew hom.seTar e b ein ninto
difficult patients .And particular s soat e rate house wife sued the city of morning."Theboy, who w a are-ht wouldn't be long then. I asked ducked constatly.uuptoh se.Thewigon l ei
s r n t arsoing conviction of an arson to somebody else?
Kok sAmash-achrgtseaiddtetpilowtfghtst "He w a pillowdfigh'tay said: 'I'd rather talk to my features guns, pirate maps and:
ber honor, and one large gather- The alcaPre..fci asioan G r houepfroaba M un ici T pay- close a bedroom window In their Jacobs said he suggested driv- low turquoiseandNbr....ow e adds eTto
ntshedule, at the BranssKeyamFcas.ceing to the funeral home this morn- pttern interest to the room. It No 4thof JulydAve -dTel. 24.4
c onCub was cancelled-a n tugsP Lt M l --o d hillowfight,hesaid, ng, and the boy agreed. it was also tends to tone down the n-
i T onight' pt at th AmTtEy La stoopede to pick it up. "The next er the trip to the funeral home. hp
itisyat7pythecAtyAs21 6hri he ti e KerMsKll saied twolede bow anisI

s wth Cuimon ..... I. 5.pusenger, 4-door sedan 14 Kt Cold
t." er re dencei Cristobal, hModel 180.D
ih a r "Golet aned Gas. Stove ---
Nowa Year's Eve. -17.1
Sew yer', .. m.. tu-.. .- NO CARBURETOR P RAT VARIETY
Of ., oWrdro,.. . NO DISTRBmUTOR from
aL h~~0TT7 %n yew Taomtua~su.

. Cat fw the law

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DIESEL OIL (inexpensive). We have gasoline
Models too.

Let iu give ye a d4 t m ration

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weekiwas so eciced and aorcommr Isalea
H a'st I ealedhdown sad they'd `kr NNOitrtj
,'H m y. with e"h pe. 'ance. starring role ',IAN
1P S. The best part of the she's being te t. IF..ONE.
whole thing-Edgar now calls me of MarguhutInajltAtE S NOW
a trouper." program dramat:et .the exJ erl- PO ANPIRom M ,., ..
- h ces of the war Vpfetty"WR toleb- AlA
Studio One, on CBSTV, wants oedent.VMew.

Wbet. ahead for12 television in
stations wwi beehable to transmit ro l - -11
F ?rtVANdS th inkg according to
*s uaoymventsMrer s (inoat hr Weaver,
anobig fact of R e in FrL51
Mlaerm "he says, "will bo
isees tde RCA's new 21-inch 1C LTolor
Iigclr TV "a tremend-
esoUtBy the end of '5.,' flwaflS -- 3,,
Weaver says, ri NBC television
sta ion wilbe able to transmitod to W a
49r. And he thinks there'l beo
UM coior receivers in homes cosg m .W
ft antherldear. mi) Were
5 uhes' latest movie, "Flying my own Plane Is the
1,11.U.. ,,,w,,,, -;..

S' an underwater world pn ro very inexpensive. Forexample, awe
alert. The first showing will be flew up to Syracuse one week.
W at Silver Springs, F., with There weretour pepe in the
itotesleace equipped with aqua-planae Tho e total cost for fuel was
lungs aond watching while covered e 11 Even an automobile would
with feet of Floridat water. "hav s more.' H_

V tanoter yout h audyharder.r-- ra ..... TV inmd.. GUSITRS AWELAOUL MSEDP
At this world premiere, there haavecst w yo tre' a is aw wnTa.EsMat4wnUnY LE
r kindly bT e not smoking. [l And since he flies up just in we . ,iF E
frk showat avpnthee brn pctre tim e for the program and back nhe.eJ-rvIesYH O
I gthameytme, o they'picdut hae right after, it means that Gregson
otftwesgoorntoptheiwild theleviinca ie o.1 qis mm

Scu l It e babbi e eature h can do other things. .He has two
ABC radio shows and a busy so- ** -taf
"------cila life, too.
Off we gto Into tbe wild television",. ..
Ios-I-r, with Jack -esn at the is evening, radio show, ci- MOneunM n
controls. Greg son couldn't do the mentally, oone that he' s point ing1
f ,does on TV i f he weren't toward television. Greao, a good
pittle fuhle demands alokn guy will an easy manner, ah
expl auatir""cnh'. h boqid have no trouble clicking as "-I--. ....-.... .. -
Gregion is the mian at the mike one of those relaxed TV persona-l-
every Saturday night when ABC- ,sd'hOcfGBJflA
,.TV'ae ......to the "Sa .,turday.hs adioesprogramdwtheTVeast fer
Night Fights." This program, asEhDOWrdio5iwoMrnt with TZIn mindE
l.-e has Bbbby Hackett and his
ou knw i yuzwtchd rgu.....a C,&N 1WSAWMUF WU!NVE
you'd know if you watched regu- orchestra, and pretty Peggy Ann
larly. originates from whichever Ellis, as hs Vocalist. WMT
ringside has the..best brawl ached-' = " =U% ,THEY LEFT FOR
Wed each week. So Gregson hre- -',- has com pletel,, USe10 CLEAN L T
to move around. -u.n dorn h commercials. A year orTh4TEYN

t *_^so back you couldn't turn on your
, sets without Jack trying to peddle
you something.

"I was originally an MC," Jack j D)7
TENNESSEE ilEt e(CBS-Ra- explains. "But it was hard to -get
TENNESWhatEawrNI(Bythetimethat kind of job in New York. So
ilo): What aworidiBy the timewhenI camebhere from Spokane,
you're important enough to take Itook anything for a while."
two hours for lunch, the doctor
limits you to a glass of milk. Antigofcusma
.mecials. Now he's off them, he DOOTS AND HIM BUDDIo
e week, the next, Cia. side where he delivers fine corn- -
Ho Ales. Ho masy hois Miami hopes, for keeps. Except on the PHSF R N E.Dule. aKin
elast the following week., I he mercials for aviation.
Id tu .by ,; he'd never ,at sWW, 4F TI. 9 A ADm* m ,nlCt "
havo a auto-stayta thosm.IfLetter from Frances Bergen, aIt- -AOCL S00
b e b y s Ihe ddI I I eo p m erdla l oe r h e r d e b u t a s a n i g h tc lu b s in g e r T i m G r e a t e s t o f a l l T o n i c s 'UthPUW U I 1 b W a A c t.t f. f
eb snedur eoSldn'tt af-'down In New Orleans: W' l' W A G0 %bt "LCJI ~ OvOU 4OGC XO4 W %T% 4
ford IL "My opening here exceeded ev- When your nervs are bad and you 1ka L CO IM t VS&.tCO% 'Ot .WZWMi-tRt Wb"
can't sleep tell, it's natural to be de- tO -'Atb A~51 s
pressed and to lose your appedae. At j MWT"h it WOBM tA
dimes like thete, PHOSFERIN! ha
been of gre benefa to mnay timsands
Ofstrsgtenshe Tsoerves ulo amk.
GRANCOLOMIANA S. A. the appetite and dito Theis
r -.o8Mrbe L rr. you sleep bear ad wak*e
"sfgos~in: lEvery 1fifteen Days tort Mmf fo' t w' pa
SailgW: Every F0fteen bas Get PHOSFERINE today. It'
Houston and New Orleans fiao..torAnToa..
Salilns: Every Ten Days for: f "E WA ~ides afor A u
New York Philadelphia BaltimoreI t.3 I. u'L hI, S APPtE -- - --a
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(Gulf Vessels eallt at VERACRUZ and TAMPICO ',IiMGESTIONA r1ay, A"70 IrWD1BE
(MEXICO) every six weeks) a K
Wilford & McKay. Inc.' lQNC
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Snves t on Groups Controlling Coffee Prices ew letg"
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WA -h ey tn (UPi'- d rigged'. But he said there were G eeeoel EN RVill. aeaffete
SO . 'e y J.a .Sn .boee. . estioer.r a nation s McCarthy left In-At ai t ce rng he i
"I a ,so *raL Dt edh u. omo.mc comntte melaioy nspilou c ie ra n "ava from two. ets toW e 4 k
sa cceeb rC g nomati te w C trist party eader est y th fact o upply and de offee thee aid, odtyld ntduareea' The TShI: Ma

OO as {n ?lo 0 BrBea lldytare atout Hon thelly. Corgba, ?beain Pgk -Communists In Pitt- mand fr econmyttee. w i thority has twice been paed by The Orchid Garden: Lynn Ta 102, 3:2 9:
SI y wood piue wioodtare tn twit- burgt defense plants who did dueled lengthy hearings pl ac the dl enate but haie dd in the lor, d woerled" about ld bloe h
em lI h"l u ta ltI' B ewo. ,teas tf y Monday. ya r on the sharp increase in tieAis 1 ulled States. "]ways on the scene during e s

n ied b a ma- Pittrburgh, tola d the subcommit tee also coff tepritces, recommended the te leglatio n tpla the -new .visit to New Yorkalbum. Ex "Little THE PAGES
n t .d g de or It definite that Edward G. ob- Aother Dert who w-l tee Hudson told her she was by te factors of suppral Trade Democratic-controll Congress. Girl Blue." A oeu- & Hart HOWARD E'S
.in&,.list of'f big-aeAv. -mend ei 'na, for Iuestion- mend in a free economy." ithority hba twice been passed by The Orchid Garden: Lynn Tay,

Stur moi csda itu on Jrd's wife will sue for di- a top cna investi- der "dealh sentence after he commiseo n and an ter-Amer- breaker ... Roy amilton' bald REAT
L f.R or t e holiday .o.. gting group a, plt report t the FBI nforma nt said he an commiffee tdin under control HOse wh rushes like Doris Day, at n
The obem on "Moby "Three the F in" is a maor cepted n 1947. economic cnferen e held a Doulas said he would re-in- The ComposHeart" (Vctor).
.* Dick.en lotgeng 'or ts piucon ai l us Mt Mary p eynon, o th ltp tt D d e Janeiro ladt Novembe rob- t l.g.l This Is Paris" ith.G. DeHaven i -'fOH

leheue -in ia ua b as of co ra i 'Century-Fox. o The Pa,. ).who wfl sed ". Har- As for the prospective oA- e o IhLe pounds in the Night: At Louipset ,
hlst aw& ltompile sed of e10.000,d le. of the House -m-Ax-erann Acti- otakeupr opg employee who ala don oh0Qis' inow un- tli me album, "Little.THE -t-
Sl i as a guide keep the ---finite that wr G. ti er ommt mo s will tee Hu4sonly faces told her she was der study b th I ritderal Tdade s- r ueers l WR
Jo pl starry g i reg- a s and Longshot b-: tal Reh Van Fossen, a former Air f- BeH R" o Cgr e. ir lu. AoHt. HWARD b e'
tur moS i casting. isen Jr.s w will sue foriac ot Frlng and redigatnlives- der "death sentence who after b ommission and an lPter-Amer- breaker Roy Hamilton

tely -' ad" a t rgie" pectedto chopat least six em- an instgtbr the da after and rdek G S. Army Caribbean engineer
S e vorci after the holidays .ter gletlngt group thwe onIttee pray- the Ar F BI wer, inem for lcn committee created at the Ric lads at Basin St.d... Sunny Gle'
Si i already baden e."Mby "Three Ce s hin the Fountain isn a major att k up. H cepted In 1947. economic c6nferen hld at io o.Unsuspecting Heart" (Victor) I

Sionalslhs r to au t ion st ree Inushe baskets ful now aRedship. empo- anyone who "pilders" inthe recommendaton ovbs Sen. were awarded to H. I. Homa Co. Hospital here often ake their

time, :184gg Alfred *orma lon from government se- HPmer E. Capehart IR-Ind.i, for improvements to kitchen rcund. in tour planes sheltered i'
hdu ee ideal wia a s TV sponsor to wrte o 0t on aechalrman o e Bne In.formed sources said theo committee. ments in Curundul and for the bed institution.
ite ilt. Se film is e for a l-gssold Velde (-I as timer ActivitiesCohe comi rersofetite She'll e the debt of him
h t ti aot e ld St00enris0._ iof the House trA erln hnAetl- kup,.omhe com e aine Ioi he eens a ort Clayton and in s
rwie a, ew'ho trso to ee t et. .vi. otles Commitle. most certainly faces the a gm ix by9 a .abh line e 1t with
Jo pttholidays. st A ringUom- s and Longshots: aerA n Ro tt Van ose. 0. H e, a former'Al O. n Beathrouhout the county n h vts
ousr m brealng down. os t oJr. will t hu rn"AAOA oihings andres onnatsinu are ex- Force captain who viashireddd l hean reS cons.o att Bush rd Poons Plnoes Help MNDrh eod
pleteiy. uer ian ot plaed the role" ipected to chop at least six em- anf investgtbr the da ~ 'er n.I and Frederick U.. Army Caribbean engineer ans and hospital em-
I"Into Metir nextplo off the Ofm ttee" pay- the Air Torae dismissed li for Paine (R-Me.i voting In favor Col. Ricllard F. Ebbs today an-ilah
Judy Garlmad: "hapa lo. Ive ar. g ll e i 'b the Uife she de- t te lar In an n r t Dou a s coin tered that "vir (D-.) ne contract for 197ced the award of fiveyes mae frequent plane tri

S"a, in "1ry Tomorrow." i.1tly all% blsIs Iint i warded the Electrie Service Co. to nearby Greenwooat Greenville o
cU alrdy made n e.er i o tafft LA fbe my' fac the committee dithes ting tracts for Army work. INDI ANOLA, Miss. -(UP) -D
tsrewhs the recommendation was Sen. were awarded to H. I. Homs Col Hospital here often ke theeire
g rtzmlat tiame.'w Alfd .d formation from government seo -Hmer E.nCapieharty R-in.o'i for improvements to kitchensI reund in four planes sheltered in
iteLIn 0.h o o g ad -madea McCarthys'lst scheduled a6c- urity files. elrarni an of the full banking and bathroom s of 150 apart-I a hal sr next to the modern 33.

SL n his sonsorteaoff rm oc committee. a s e menth In Curundub and for the bed institution. t l
dasawdhe opotetion as rehoLnuit of the Senate informed sources said they omitee.
ie LauaeenD dealwlof ommercialos.Smartg 'roupLion1 b'metinpg of the aiio expect Velde's bride.h Cpeharl t was a delegate Installation of copper pans in The planes are owne by two
12oup wie' boy...a1eUDaytfeWoO erations AnpetV dersod, ote to the Rieconomic conference, shower 'loors of various barracks doctors, the hospital busns man-
have abu ad o l-Is as n1 C3io.y os.t hc t'vi toload that since it had been buildings at Forts Clayton and agr and the bookkeere
re 'him 'from the hospital' elnee-fictlon department ntrecot ct r e e agreed at the conference to hav Kobbe. Egger said he saves time by flng
tM7 holidays. A com.i - . an inter-American committee The R. 0. Hauke Construction thtougbout the county en his visits
of Iupuette in the remake of "Thentee Monday at a hearing on do- Walter has said he Intends to study the problem coffee Co. ws awarded two contracts to pants. Dr. Charles Cox said
P.ft pUSUM BOYS ave oa VagabondKing." fense plant ConmismIM. change the committee's method ,lres he did not think the bank- toLtlly $117,074, for rehabilitation the "flying calls" he makes at
mb PUU' out .fr th. MCdi _.l Said the group un- of operation to put it on a "saner ng cemnImttse should recom- of three buildings at Fort Ama- times might be the "means of say-
an t e" -mendmRoth playedtInmend Wer nt regulation at dot and the root of a building .lgs life."
Mambo. Lnd the role in derhidirioWill wind up and sounder basis."his tie at Madden Wye. The physicians and hospital ea-
wIs*M ead: eap&ovee loftbefore living the life she de-t One contract for $5,197 was a- plyes make frequent plane trie
Papa eveo"I'll Cry Tomorrow." Douglas countered that "ir- iarded the Electric Service Co. to nearby GreenwoodGreenvlle
ARM._some,_tually all basic commodities In for improvement kitchen to hot and Memphis. Onto Br. C,
""PLAYGIRL" Packed With this country" are controlled un-
"" i der the.Commodity xehnge water supply systems -ii varlous;,the business manager flewto Cl-
"..n ii VI "..lActa heco uldi Esee barracks at Forts Davis, Oulickcapgo to attend a convention.
5M-. epted." SALEM. Ore--(UP)-After see- OGDENSBURGH, N.Y.--UP)
4 '_ Such Cont-ol, he said, would Ing her husband off to work, Mrs. The local board of health ieused
"merely bring daylight into col- Ann Simi retired to a sofa and i to let Gecrge LaRue keep a p~g be
"i fee tradhgwhil woulldbe a took a nap. When she awoke three cause his piggery "is only 10 fet
r protection whint rse~aul hour la', thero hecousehad wbstaebensro. .They a._fthecity' ffitt'o pla"
ar a mid heP AaanoGproof Gone were, couplee ofILaRue's two. tows are okay how
tett wi c h ellsha.broke*. wrist Iever. !,They aft-
Owl soaring ebfeeprices, in watch. '.filtration Plant,".The board ia i'ub

Robert Montgomery nd h
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Aside to Central Casting: ere's
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t baet from filming "The River
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On thre afternoons a week the
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this tense scene from Unive'sal-International's "Playgirl.'
Albert J. Cohen produced and Joseph Pevney directed.
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S *FOR SALE:-Mirror 32x58, very FOR SALE:-51 Mercury. A- FOR SALE oli pup. Chonir S tit ad bi a t. s s
Sturdy back. excellent condition condition on 25,000 mle. rm, Old Panqm Rod, ro .
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SSEPTIC C P an -TANK 0, 5 -46 s- aSanta-ISra., d on i435o or
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.IoEmachine, T0-pcycle, 30-gallon;, 4Rth W lANTED bwh B o sai te me 1mith
EpI& D N. .O,,tD. Leonard i watered m heater,; Bothn e- $ @ Deatte aw nooe
FOR PNP anaRal SL e ercury. A-e1FORO-EN:-Fo l t or ohcomt t

elts n fon mof 2V rIson FOR ALEet. ret 00 mie e lo YMCA. hono h aa noTa B e ar f t pl ate i ao lun

Sre No0A29....re ulur .R Re NFtH o r,
F. N Vr' H.SAe--Soa-bnxcle d (immonsr e. Pi I Write ax Baloa Y AeU lbao hFE amdeephon f ad
u? AiRfIuTHaea1 mantheis eoll imported rel.ic quick sole. Cell Albrook 21gu16 t or stree WILLrAMS' Somtt CJaBaeFinton lW former ZanG eka la
R "' table.Es29thStreetNo.li. n 289. a I Coo.S-'. l i .. Rie. m t y Arlcultu. t feow travelerswere
. Phone d-6 h ae. Bo t he-. -B I. l b f nc le ,c r .or m b O. d e r for e E i. m d t e-J r.
'E c A-.t .. ..PI-- FOR SALE: -Cae9r, first s o 2-bedrooM. onPho ridlo n jP O.i i u d manage lt" At. hultz and Muray Ga el
.- 4LOST 6 TFOUND :.Conbre7a 0 Ma F r Meanwhnle, te JewMish -lea wder the Amrerie"n g R ewEh lm lt
Goo d 'U n ork Phonetirs B lood s -pa UIEAL rl|e do The 8-x-pres Aco 0- r.. who c one r with amon ug s aid they met Smith So

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jNe- VioniN atu1 thestisulaR TcF2 that Df. Holer ha ed him to.tretn- the cte. heyleBen~sohed's o i te ao e od (

sh i e est U oy c. Jnour Ynaetioneav a tih the aConh Mr.d e ti ep opporatfnd aat. rolie--siasn etEr mu a- sai d the not aroNu y i

sel ndal ma'lleissioaPrca tncudn, nveysgodeiSmprthta.tmk Callr con00)o
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SF o dofmAsatis aton. aft reteeTe-re3 b FOR SALEb. Ta P o ntiac 2-dO. n..a e furnIshed a m y a elaan ry aOndd spaft
FORi--,,.. on.j LESSONSieFOR SALe:- Dresser, Wetin i t.er. Pende-Frac met wam. 4 1. V DU 3 3 rm a of the Oa S th
Ib_ 2-e4 .. may heouer tfartg fore rator F2o5rf mtb er tarm. I e wi th- -his abine todaoforhelast frab" Dezm^aul.

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SBall room dance classes a r 60 e ewipll o e r d o lem. MereSdw Voaso. Colle h29

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'. Tel. .1TFt Se. rooe m |ml ad e 0-nle ife"R Trbd rrtatrAamAllm e S.u

b"o r b YMCAfarpre-teensT T aen house 2229-E, Curunduic, in wo ip p o ttet ,- o r th i before hO8e.e a I I Ion vI phones w.. l
ia .Call mornings FOR SALE---'4"n Ca dillrnxetnlaanI mo rcnt tFmbedrooms, loneyredoem i perm0 din
lon nd Gn yt h rooosm, k fit eAn, stuy -meid's.

boa 24239. after 4 .m. Pona- paidn 4-doo, H mti, raio, mayprote e h d la a foret mO- room. For nre d oIt 30t

OoSTuled to leave later t&s wcr dor AT iNtrN .I.t Just bu11 :3- ap o r a
i oma 3-1660r Suite i. HAR excellent conditions Phe Cu-in Itit. ; 4 'Creona it Sa t if S
nted FORSALE- t-to theo mo oInd ftheom- most exclusi reside ntial dit. n

will^a^ 'n 7?" cat. January $an. .51 diPnt =r^T^^ 9a algd
,~6 N.= on wsh otom Ford. Original own, e mi tay id ere m pay r- Fob tre at ion, Wor 1 le
SaAmd idRl.WU lent condition her. C rs- oroughout. Must neie new armTeenta aienioy sotaet two couples.D btsio eA eei

LPAeNA ,efoIeII t opd3-2496. ocity ry Con t.Ctl Joo "On aiaDa. 10i0-b
rodak Is neatre. Ain tat .-hart enf eined see to appreciate. $775. Phone proposed by Fn e inside t executive ----r diplomat with di.- R ores (rens
umA olmeid wh eoe d references o Balboe a. framework of e WleeIrn Eur o- cdrmI nting taste. p Fo r m o re d
oliMusdt live in. Phenne 3-49h d, i r

tewt tM 1 e Agen oi es G J eell FOR SALE 1941 Plyemonuthe- a i ad o te tuchy tls et hro. Fab retg in back '
S eedan. Quao Hei ghts 3160 d uring I t lie wth Germany, o Merdo l ds scos. afl, Wa na p).
of .t .h n o i s v e.lto bten oJu4sAteAerorking hours; Bayboae 2-4171 farmed so ees an-d. No.le 18, be s aleen 10 ar.mt o. and .M,:5- Th r otd
.al In. the 1of to l seter d le than 1. 4 p er also repot ed on the ne o noon; and 2870. o ifor--Meet m ye Entertainer ow
N-W. onBallroomtat ncelassescwil 1 aIrs.sa ltbetiaionis stili dragg g on about tloh y.o.ttehrbr@l o".U-reNd,
te Wste cw e- c r d tl AdSt tOR StALE: t t s MGt e Ambons theories TC, home rule other main island FOR RENT-:-Furnitho e ilbedR o

Deit he Deathd-dlesonse salallC^ hs wousl ** "It'i hrd to understand he in tre South Molucca chaia, was roo oportnt, for one month (2:05-Lunchtae MelodC) s
d l tt the Jano Ie (j d IaVdI f "how thes posalbly could not menboned rpin the decree be. 4tart Juy 2 Phon' 5 1230-we Asd Yor I
bo o n th, tI have conclude ed credit beg caure a tte of emergency hav 0679, 1-2 p.e. a nd cfuer 7:30 eN h 2n
St ent ut if We l h d to drop the used In the market today la ex T he xited then prem ine Is. Phedm. Mu
A tC;: o7Cuundu313 d ut led toleave later ts week, fth AtrIoNTo N It!. Just 6 u lIt 5:35-Wht's You avorite,.
anb () -U )y OSWALD JA B!4e a m few days rest before beogi4nin modem f -urnished epad t. 1 :,(tnOtd)
S- MPhasfvarietf. r Witlev i tial st GeyI.rman Reds i, on 2 bterooms, hot, cod w tr. Te. :00apere i Blue (SG)

Vma3 1660.Wr ut eIedta.byo B;Ao Snerie f l TdS'oi tN, decree apparently wy. B 3- 41 .Vto4. :15-IB RI N SOR

,-^--.--.o'clock As ,hw. t r d _, i ii**iM was -o official governmentt co1 .r p ?o4 5 5S SowAd 1sRala- I M mO AOE-C5al ctr aa
T ats for SNT- F d with met on the decree. R E Ran y a o to
- s or 14 maM probably y we l last twoe ccd ay placing the :00-ra fu. Tr w r R

Kftad at t. do5? k9 of 12HelpnWan toetTe *ce Sr Cusoukim-l wartt an independent ROOmt 3:l5-Fedd^(Tt ehlpr done:
.4' F eub e led the te ar dIN, Jan. 5 -(UP) E ast state estaba the d in hia s etion of 3:-mus t ay motatnld housiebtreJan

'0tt dm*' lubsdsop a he jack droin the German Comnmunists indicated to n eastern Indonew a. His ympathis FOR RENT;-Furnmshd sieam 9p 4:00-FBathi .re- Itfaoe ltielc no from fa5deRe^ .d^
Sta had feared. tral ing the t Ber troo stationed and aro el o men. 45th or St. 4:30- t r rte (r

a oMust D iearT n. the trick Eifee a mo e to tighten Amtn h No. 46, upnext. weei No ritAg y .au m a.por phone be- t s
D. EN T IS1Tt 43o2i 46e wWONen ies g ti FORasrechtthae e htera s -tons ad O t n he r hor ulr transportation rm od- r)

ful A ro fles o if padte We. t J ad been expecting Apropotbalmton3tA.tea e codaa r FOR RENT: R E dutifully fend- 5:an- N-t r *A,& tlw M.(ibc-
e fl wic analn th' l dthe .dsoitlm se a une. epton, -5c67a ,s :00-ou d a ked For Id (re-.

C.,LI Ilol thsfbe ra. tm .da als oeep oor In e la rep erttt "- .ndS
-m 1b Pa.s ,at iaoudrnce hgn thn_ ra outEe hTigher margiOn
'e ivrs-ot k 151 i.aA -s nq 2e "T. Pass f I TeD yesterdSA e fseri a stoc ek rMl hr nia wherrooslhat ater heaerrserice. Ai

rat..es andine both a ar Wlcram,red pholtery a, made no uplm Exposition. Ave. Cubq No. 58. *1:.00-' gn On Tl e yMaimr
yeagIn colege0"pilays.nation of i ti on. DJAKARTA, Jan. -(UP) -- Phone 3-32-o ur a t
"'. l11111 0 Th1e. f(eelingd I intheCa na gtl ndonesia today declared a utate FO. s pleas phone bef"'uphonei7:00)
e adin g Mu als of "c m s was that excessve stock market of emergency throughout momt D dh hAunt p aeres nt:30- ornie a lhonebae
,wl ba yed. credit nght lead to a Wave of the South Molucca Islands were Douton is h n:3- O
~a n do, ,QaNn. ,oma9 Isi .Today's hand. cused. a sliht s cnu ulaion- which could u t "citi ls' of l reael a de republek, 1559 Ca lobash Street, Balboa.:5-ChnT heWi ldwood

a a nc (a ). .-a a m u cB.yWeJ COBs e n o fcia The pre sidential dere e pr 0 modem apr n ts ped idfor :1.-s c red H
&e her, iLrsthig h ola g t e n trofa iyn 2 In New York called the Federal claiming th m n cy w aone or two couples. 43rd Street g1.to.M i SeeItBt j
Ami doll Bobapeardueshy,.esncer.9R1srve Bod t nneces- oS:003--N ISew
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m. i T ateqen are hnns eha open ed the t oree op tde us e Ith alrketdtoday Is0 e leat d ei sted D t herea s p_!m.h 10: 5-Me O M n
j" dbla p layIers g S tl heJak o ue the c ve.' Cram, the$argest. mFOR RElNT:-- T uronshed a protr-ll:b0'--Ons_, OfTh, 'Plonee
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At SevralLocatios aStf c Scheduled For. This Weekend JOE LILL

An~iA M rv*wnCompanylr *^JSS^ iLfe Recent----------- ---__ ^0 devylopments in basealhv lhef kH
O .Antmo raaft toAIStMP .9 A^ed 5 In todec of^W thp major & S
W~kal egs a bW Ma lr frte1953818o orh FWekywnners of the E vPan" era on and off the field. in adeto ehb
Ope glf ounaent to be played at the Panama I=and SwPr we turn- 00?t gom an T uetK fore, Igaa
g M coaU e Jul. 18, 14v 15 and 1t. 4Lt a hoid y ap itor T 1 / I thePanama 00l11Course next as commissioner.auttheldMhasbeen, n
WPortiobe."Lifema W o weekend Jan. 8 and 9. The Vl era of player. d utthendscnevabl sadnl
no 381 m te^.,the Ramo .it I et. woul have. to h onor$ -Inl i .h Cards as ewooer tothe emon St s Tel, wold hve to honrs i bowPanama Tournament will be a The desire of the powers th! et tl h
P*Uaa wll, -iel e 5WWdi wanted the tournament to be ins "ball to o Vo- 36 hole medal play tournament to do and where to st notpenis rly iepugnant
byto ph in the event Sta t dr sS a * A f. E 18 u .t ho las to b played on of liberty in the bg le i mterBut
BAD Th ^ fl ^ wiie th sisrUpgan os s ei .1..T E B N A . eacn of the above date. toch oe hich requires,^
creekW a e aaOpands Wednesday at 4:30 with the Paul WW I jmbre. ahamping on the bit.
lia hist toPrevious apparm Iamce s M ho w, followed by thel AVsdn of the 'toh as The El Panama Hotel has IL- ThlaethsomfomCmilor od.
&l^ ^ ^^ nliell re invida^ o I---AC The^,,-- ^ ^ .o 'K '; ^ latsthas omefrm~ y~A?
flihe d 120bg worme than dolf Cunlae and mhe Nationg ela teldviuls CONEJOS UPSET MACAWS 4:30 p.m. the Palomas play host warden Lwo iree dinners-to U18 possibly over-strict interpretation ftenwsr
eighth. M nemes isema to be Dittlar free cocktal prty TI ships, took place as impart 16 to the Ocelots i.member having the lowest medal regulations.
one t010lli-hole round, "A the lubbouse.datmigon Willhe Ceremonies marking .t d ConeJos jumped Tharp in the score each week for tne past Reportedly Irritated by tht vacllting polle0 thd
I* e apeeoN me that tempo mee dollar and Include$ ovaler tut Regiment% WB a~R first inning for a four run lead. The box score: ya.Tl a enavr n rc a eie vna n satahri
nt W sl-. Inhi gme Cr ds ting ^" &Vnscct isaA in Dy Te sreoyerShi a beenSo''1 &e ver In Mir^^ b^ h fas decded ven ctin
411811 hol ahsgae ed hig-l etscctis d At Ither celd, A. TXn he acws ickd p oe eresting tournament and hasa baseball school before March 1Iobard
Could. The majority coftepr s b.e la st r Tu e l s ay. r in their half. CO O really anown up some of the bo.ys
ship With bfs h rt o h rsfomb a usa. In the top of the second, then hrhndcp Frick has refund A learanet rl oea
gmo (gl nma) sad th United states will arriv"ei n or General Lionl C. Mc. Conejos picked up three more Players ab r h o a andicas. Yankees, a jet pilot veteran of the trets Ko B fW
dobe o e ~sn ( L u e It Monday night via PAA and wil Garr, Commanding Genotl 3d tales and the ever fighting Frangioni, 3b 4 1 1 2 Oi Let's all change our handicaps in the school operated by Ed Lot tS.Agsin ,
the two leaders in the probablypaypractice roundsInfantry Division And hC Macaws nicked away at the lead Ryter, as 2 3 1 0 1 according to our last ton score ning Jan. 6.
torament forkee p anseyeon tealTuay-ft-eepedart fohreRs- g anyots rohytoeLiClapt. Lin'by arering four runs on time- Kirkland, p 4 2 3 1 1 before 6ls coming weekend. It may be that before long Fikwl eetadrl
rs lyIly bT e ohpp rTrTl itbyT.D e and Pit-,C. Chase, rf 4 2 3 3 0 rl r wise on the Colan applicatio.I
Carda's 2core sheet am they day. wood B. Mather, Commanding man. Schroeder, 2b 1 1 1 1 1 8,rng tms itd ae orinconsistenit to bar Jerry from ajbwehmgthlI i
know thatt Cords has the habit Tickets an now an sale at Officer, Tank Company. Trophi Watson, cf 1 0 1 1 1 lothSaturday and SundayPair-habiltation but to permit oth l o
of knoolin chfmplowshis O RlN.C.O. and Service Club@ were also awardeb. r Seeking a few more Insurance Nusmer, lb 3 0 0 3 0 lig for this weeks playoff are Puerto Rico and other locations o the Cribbean ers
with raralaf. He redertly on ona miltarY refamrtke andPa Mcoarr to Capt. William Yost, rung. the ConeJos came to bat Scott, it 2 0 0 0 0 an follow$: Snce the training season regulation. to a la
the SSr Open, and fol. La Massot, Shawi s TtvoU n rs- HQ and HQ Co., 33d Infantry in the top of the fifth witn Wadraska, rf 2 0 0 0 0'1:00 p.m. Merrick Banks are about to defeat their purpose, they abouM be u
lowln tn amSevent niext el Are Natiori Cadh $*- winners of the Post 80wlln Ryter singling and Lem Kirk- Chassin, 2b l 0 0 0 lRolland Gleichman-Dr. A. CA- with.
week expects to head for the ister, Bathes branch of the journeyy ; Sgt. Allen Waller, H land furnishing the fireworks Million, c 1 0 0 4 0 rrizo V.-L. Romagos aTee No. 1.
Jamaica Open. Chase Bank, Balboa branch of and HQ Co., 33d Inf individual with the first home run of the --1 1:10 p.m.-Fred J. Gerhardt- .
At a meeting of the toura- the Naional Cky Bank and at Bowling Champion; 6apt.. Harry- Sason in the new park. Totals 25 9 le 15 5 W. E. Milligan-W. L. Simpson-
inent eommistee last night. it a 0gof elaub, Nicholson, Heavy Mortar Co., Kirkland then proceeded to Erasmo de la Guardia Tee No. LAS VEGAS NIGHT MCE BARRED
was dead to play the Panama The Open committee also an- runner-ups. Holiday Sports Pro- protect his own lead by retiring vs. MACAWS 1. ,
Open aloigin" Scheduled In nounced today that starting Sun. gram Capt. Leo T. Hendrix, C the Macaws with Terry strand- I Last fall, when Lopat arranged a tour through the
memory of stohe President of day the Panama course will be Company. 3rd place, Holiday ed on second base. Players ab r b o a 1:20 p.m. Miguel Moreno- and out into Hawaii, he presented to wrick a Kh
the Republic of Panam. Jan A. open to local players for p .re- Sports Program; Cpl. -Marlon Tharp pitched the distance for Days, as 3 1 0 2 1 Jorge Boyd-Enrique A. de la 0- called for Saturday and Sundai Kames In Las VegM, *Iy
Rine C,.. ardont.golfer sad one tice provided they are ertrantBanks. Tank Co., Holiday Bas- the Macaws and was charged T. Durfee, rf 2 1 1 6 1 asa-Pedro Diaz---ee No. I.- new gaming capital of the USA.
of MS met o bd sposW r .And In teh Opendhasve v th ketball Chaips; Cpl- James with the defeat. Kirkland was J. Durfee, lb 2 0 2 3 0 1:00 p.m.-L. G. Hale-F. Ro- Frick wanted both exhibitions canceled. bat
faI.t A OpenM. Pre nt entrance fee. Boatfleld, C Company. Holiday the winning pitcher for the Co- Tharp, 3 0 0 1 2 hins6n-LiRoberto Torres Ga- ted the Sunday date, with the proviso tt the
Softball Champs; Capt. George ne)os. Terry, 2 0 1 0 0 briel de la oGuardia-Tee No. 10. to spend the night in Las Vegas,
.Hawkins, HQ Co. let Sri-@ 2011- Today at the Fastlich Park at Reiss, If a 0 0 1 0 :0 p.m.- Angus Matheney- Frick has permitted the 01nssdte nia o
0 00 l day Touch football Champions; J. Chase, ct 3 0 2 0 11Alberto Aria.-Dick Dehlinger- a Las Vegas stop on March 18, on their way from
0 VT 0 0t o, S with Lt. Robert DahnR Co. Singeas Hitchcock, 3b 1 1 0 1 0 Roy Oildkenhaus-Tee No. 10. Angeles. But again he has set up a bar against
Table Tenni s. Champ; St. Len a- wa J 1:20 p.m.-D. W. Dickerson- Vegas after dark. It is Frick's policy to do hig
Webb and Sat. Kenneth Winn, A L tLlAL t. Totals 22 5 1 1 B carlos Soss-Jullo Valdez-Enri- prevent trouble.
Medical Co., Doubles Table Ten- que A. Jimenez Jr.-Tee No. 10. Judge Landis had a different slant. He told baU.ball
als Champs; Cpl. Lonnie Lo ue T Score by Innings All contestants are requested ers to stay away from gambling hoUte -an a t
Tankd Cpl. HorsedHo mo IlV DuOOl L to be on time so as not to hold found himself powerless to enforce his rule: p Icily
Tank' Co., Horsenahoe"?? Dou?. bles ^"J ^l\^vy ConeJos 430 02-9 up regular play over the course celebrated case of Rogers Hornlby, who told the Judge -
Champs; and Lt. Phillip Picker- Macaws 140 00-5 n Saturday he bet on a horse and lost, it was the Rajah's own mone.
''**SIng, Provialdfial Bn, Holiday a to be deplored only by Hornsby himself.
i Blan St the 'e Tmn ChamplopS. The Atlantlc Pony League will Errors: Franoni, Kirkland Winners In El Panama Hotel Filck says. "I wantAt all ballplayers not to get mixed U,

Tan-k opay with artotal T l Pony League wi ln d as- rT,*urenR, e i sstoA Torrn Wi (Mrrch I DO NOT LIE lRM TO PaBnm Hoe ,
C ^-;', Mf -AA' l- TA '*B~S-eI ttle Leagu cril pa P"' edo ri w*cekeeoper an ett onbases: Cej s 8. Mancaws7 p .P" -i pon, 67 (Apr 39o. ooNeowr we coe romth BobnGri stuaten bnth~l
games.^- Ai e ~ gSone sing to hel Krkan 8rk- t yErqe .Jlee r 4(a him out o ea proesiona brtndrer
ouenItsfou thb stleraighteari ofh T arpKirkann dHgamblerso.oio nwn,
of14pointstoa rds A F 'ORC8 wihth eau oycal t hrp1 fr9 usin5inig olad emnt 70 (- fir o artedes. Theyas
g~~gg~~g ,I.SA once. attedir n: .d 7 for 5 T.runsi n rl1-6*jb u hre e.13%4 been in ste tdu

pla y eon u Jn l pl7at Coow8 ,n -Pitlm anCheSchroeders M (Aprtl 17* aiprieIndm o i
ham. Onherb ya slSm : Marg Thu satlgan ye auwll e ohD sn Gabriel J. ie Gu da asmlnd. aAsPo Le
Co-^ S ~ ifl t ''f '-i^f l ^tmmanding Genen USAR- played at Coco Sollto tad will pitcher: Tharp (041). Time: ,(April 24-30). George M. Welse asked Grim to stop M l
Sr.ove r thre runner ou p the firt bll sart vt 4:30 m 1:30. a Erasm de la Guardia 3 (May his father's Brooklyn barpincKiln4TndthehIt:2
!eto Initite play in the Amed 1- Lately, Nrim's dad has been 1l. and B
ort c s Lcttle League baseball Miguel J. Moreno Jr. 67 (May To once! again is thHieani ls5 between tbB"Bc
J n is assured. rus K tournament S base: 15-21). player N LIE.
NKW 7OK SW B *(U ) T- i he opening frame was be- yf0 | anilP KPSUI-I ACTIVIty JorgBe M. Boyd 87 (Ma 15-21) It'la argued, by some logicians that since ball chue* a tpi
The unbe Wildeatsofel Ken** The tile w, tended to tween Curun"u, a" 14 L Httle vr Dr. A. Carrizo V. 65 (May 22- averse to acceptinsrich teleson and radeoAreTeres7(fronr
tucky are tar and away the that when a dog does o show ue S ,Champion^ and Fort e 28n. ere sponsors, they should not be so meticulous regardin ai
bst com basketballteamin wrong it isbecus he d mThn obls ysrne-p h LACarlos A. Boss 82 (June 5-11). er's association with the taps. F""" w
thee BM~.4 W Unitag Pras know or understand what rl be ." gae a played?.lt Curandul OMnifr0W* 0r ameni 0 ll1h Fred J. Gerhard1 68 (June 12- Televislon has driven baseball Into partncrshipB inot fr
beS~ w ,9* ,. "he does not know, or hs de- U~ttle ITAngu diamon with 1 UIH8vW n dli I IIII with beer but cgarets. I remember when Walter JohenMsji
ihlwd la Sts veloped bad habitf it is the o bbe wining*4 to 2 ^* L. Romag 80' (Ju"iy 3-tl. ting n12.000, a year from Washington, turned down 10
AS .t entucky her's fault. fo At the same me, Albrook APB o-- Enrlque A. de la Osns e (July a tobacco fidorsement. ae -*J
of ..487 ix altsS I don't say o iers intentionally team 41 and WestBank took PANAMA PRO LEAGUE The moker wllmet th D. ^ W. Dickerson 67 (July 17- New Yoklbi^s 5?welll within itsrights F ^ew barS
shmtoit M Menr. Thr. cnrbute to teir dogs m Clgyton An a w-0 vchoryn STANDINGS o d7an 3Sto rio uts at8h 4.23). not change places with Bob.nal
t pagoaS5eo a ha cposrtbiln eoothed~oB PACIFIC LITTL.E LEAGUi? Team W L Pet. GB proable satarting ptcher ar R* DpeI er^ 71 (u .______ i
Dnner of the rs to' acquaint the a elv2 t o ur A genoles 5. Et e 414, 4 smoker s 8 6 .571 Harry Pritts and George Socha. e3 f o office of the Nei
v Tourney at New Proper reariwt, haudlic ald The fanr at the Pacific Little Yankees 9 7 .563 --- 7lberto Ao Arias M (Adrut' T a
Yoriy-^A onc.irladefrrrnsin5 ithod1-o)tobtBt hee L Ague Park were t&ed to a Sodamen 7 11 .389 3 | T 21-27
cc Inp~ce who dogassociation Is smooth, thriller diler of a ball Oame -- elryloa To DS Obb ) L. .A Hale M Auiruct 2n-spt
t tell bck e owner who encourages r when th urance lads the NO GAME TONIGHT 3)l ivsW tot
r&a s all, games pn rir m A ^ ^ac dd h TOM &W A 4-2 Oh QDav KingLo RnN GarliYkenhs- c 6 p. 4-
N .-. bp aCoo's app Sy d gP c rTs t o m o .AtP:S m oer Pit t S2e n Th-rp.i me (r e Wei o
I ~"W, th outsoteeaywa stolt n E th ake db vst artA:0pm his 0ther'sobookoyNbar20n
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Forc : TsLittheLeagueomallMiguelJ B or ARRON uronelahinishisanr Balboa Swim Pool -
lewiV Cf falath plsee cend ant hom dirt 2 feet o In the home half of the fourth -three-hit, performance against 1,._B^^f^ y ^ ~-*/"^*"SlMl l ^
NNW-- ------ adp? the o y lnag rPam lwas to a threaders o s ua m esA c tfternon Jo Mo.ple t 67 0C (May 1-) It' Ia*r r logic

rM i~i LO|CMU(and that ap. mora W.y two hits to forge t ahelud b two sumed tonight with a game be- LeagKue. The Balbes swimming Pool ^^ ^ 1' ^IHIIHIIl l;
The ul h a tElofX01-ssT hee hastat seanzi ntenedn thoss or The P Yankm ers an w ed thee y 2o4 tra Dr. A.hre- Ve. 65o d (May 2Frda ve rt accepting rc tl r

i ~tfSeseeta Joe Ra down k with .Bs hits. Rookie Bleakey surer of the league, had In- and Kobbe fourth with 3-3. alar s2hed8e the fllywuag --n-t b
tuck Ar fa AndAtu hena d os, d oes't r omb e thi g for te, last y arslo uned or- h t tup.tedehCarlos A.vBonto2s(Junew5 -1 ). 1-allasnocinternuntl the taps
bedon g? thi ks e t all teamIdwog te ait, utbeausehdosnt gsaian@ wteas Plaryedfathe Bey-heFredrJ. Gerhardtthe3loJunet12- Televinsionwehasldrioen bas

t ero u dran d dse moLt t Lea g ue rmi amod wf v it h s the yet t a t he pus d ov r F o r a Kobbe go
bohIf he doei no' know,.orIhtan d-tivet wintgto2. Tmmorrwew:dNoe G megame ooh n igh st L.ogoThe8F(July3 . ..-.,y fH
old bin SSfip Knt -I ts eop harye otsoiti O pw nent e. Bletkley who had a spite of the published resol- of the sixth, but the visiting --W1111 rOund
wouldhat he wsbeatae sl at the plate with ton of the Pro League that Clayton entry added a clincher 10-16). i e t hI
back if I d 's cou I f the dog.ywhetete a m4l1d ie tste aor thrnk' tok had been suspended In the eighth. Going Gessip Fro The
of' .....4D ? SW3 p nde wtrs inandrteals .o ne of the outstanding field- anti The ay. King walked only one and (an- Amadir Ladles 67 (July winning Nland boy cHlt
kept myself 1 cn atoButr dog's tpI tead obo- inpl Y of the yoan- 0ic o B Whe. TA co-ordInator was ned six while his opponent. at th
an r Rad aveupth id finor if flushes rcue aei h lahin.we odta the paper's deadline Claude Wheeler, was walking A "Bcst Nine" tournament was callingfor"Black&Wilite".Di'SO-J H^
ewtht le la we"nam urdbhav dog to break u JackS DeVore seot a blooner was almost passed and. that the one and striking out eight, played on Lad2es' Day last chantgtldlin ceswitdh it is eaBob.
d ne On the & erhanete i FIto IhT T f Eld. Hoeer Brock- probabm es ofWpubllphing oh wheeler gave up only five hits Thursday. Miliga 8 (July 2430.1
O 0 the 485$8 rasetlforalte to acq ueainour' errst sarke, y supposed change were remote' but retired with none out and e its very bet.
Yn ^ ipt !a l Jiume seven ermt ade a sensational catch, fell on e stress the im ace o two on n the eighth. The winners were: 212
paes w to w ood wtoh il ball. ed thatirm efort be Smoot.. trind ballr at led toan ebl Net 31 (F111 CNne). rosDLG.Haed and Bored (n t

as"? f Tl~N r -Sr'Sif adThe box aSSre: hot.fy the public. ror and a Clayton run, but from Miriam mlock--_Grosa 43 -Net
always Ig se' u^.ef Mafif eUarest RM 1414 Fans today were mystified there he fanned six mi a row. 29 (Back Nine).
. et p^ g alyrs ab r h e when morn fo papers indsste6 First baseman pagan "Ethel Perantle came in with
u. aw0--,- 2 b 3 0 a tmo," ad fmisalagged a run-worng triple, t1 32 putts to win the golf ball tfor
t rf S'5SSs 5 0 0 Sth orh lr-gineClayton a temporaey lead the least. putts. a B f fr
hasMD. eiipk. as 2 1 1i1iw e 1 t lll got Wire ofidss in the first. Wheeler tallie l oned on Bl many t
RW1421ff *^nirf 1 0r 0 Onaeo f he vebya earl" anlerror to the Kobbe half of A new and different tourna-9
Tg'fiiSBM J*^ ^ B. lkoa. Ff 2 0 0 *a f isl b fi.LSnTSnainds-the third for the equalixer. Went is scheduled for thU Thurs- .'a^
7 I f S ad fo rftnth Than Pf aingo and Andy day. This one wll he good fors
34 emS3STt x &M i. S russ' U*pl produced the go- practice with the W& WoodT
3- I gh ot his wier e b shead t In the sixth will be use a only m ay w es
Ml ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a F~fTfifiP^r ^f^fi* w ~ dcsmhwweb o e" lider Lloyd Wilcox dea- as each participate IUM handi- .> l^
**JJ~~iaaa~aB^.^aiffi~~d.'^g~~aB^B~ggE the. "bum c s .' Vu&ium^ b5Mlecd for one of the Kobbe safe- cap strokeL,-f __i^--

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S TOKYO, Jan. 5 (UP)- Adm.
thur Radford wound up his
Sr of free Asian nations to-
S "day as Red China charged he
w was attempting to st ir up I
*. "hotbed of war" against the
S Communist regime.
The chairman of the U.S. joint
chiefs of staff was scheduled to
Jeave from Tokyo's Internation-
al airport later .today on his re-
$urn flight to Washington.
S Just a short time before his
jepsarture. Radio peiping, offi-
- 1aWce of Communist China,
SRadford for his Asian

b .adford's tour shows that
.th US. aggressive group Is
tepuing up the organiatlon
9 a system of armed aggres-
de: io n th East,." Pelpti said
v &t a broadest heard in Tokyo.
S7Th*e chairman's around-the-
Word trip, Peiping pointed out,
In '2 eluded visits to Pakistan,
hiallthd, The Philippines, In-
. hint, Pr6tnosa, Korea and
'. y is well known," the broad-
S"at said, "that Radford I in-
Vairi;ably hostile to the Chinese
o ple. The areas covered by his
S.u.: rent Asian tour constitute
S'.zrcy. a ring of encirclement
i: und China.
M'. '. obsession is to create an
: i.2 oslve situation and a hot-
"ula of war against China."
.l' ltadord. who arrived in To-
fto late Monday, made his last
on a foreign leader earlier
q $Oday when he conferred for 40
M." putes with Japanese foreign
uillister Mamoru Shigemitsu.

SibenhowersN Get

tke As Many

t Ohrlsnas Cards
S rej taident and Mrs. Eisenhower
Vo e lved about 15,oq Christmas
-fS this year twice as many,
Shrlstmasa aWhite House
a said today.
M3L. iMayJawne McCaffrey,
.S enhow's social secre-
i Sw mis ted that from
7- 1 .5 per cent of the cards
personal messages of
SWe and prayers for the
i n& of the first family.
Stold reporters, that the
i t and his wife wanted
lFk MQ~t.Zur Id'.ces e appre-
N J 'tforh"ie cards through
S reas since It would be "im-
li to: thank, each family
j /Thre ^were so many cards,
McCafrey said, that the
andet and his wife had net
able te.look at each one,
that they had "seen a good
S." e and Mrs. Eisenhower
took a load down to Au-
.t 0Ga., where they spent
.he said that, as usual, per-
I.dmessages and names will'
-4 odved from the cards and
cards seat to veterans hos-1

Admiral Donelz

es BrlNn Jail


UJN, Jan. 5 (UP) For-
r. Grand Admiral Karl Dee-
s, has been transferred
four-power West Berlin;
lau prison to a British ml-
hospital for a prostate
tion, informed sources said
naval officer who headed
g Third Reich after Adolf
ter's death, will be operated
soon by an American specia-
4, the sources maid.
He is serving a ten year sen-
pC Imposed by the Nuernbera
0r crimes tribunal.
k similar operation was per-
amad last September in the,
9 hospital on Walter Funk.j



Panama American

"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.






WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 -(UP) to make good on last year's Con-
-President Elsenhower and his gressional order that the Foreign
tp aides prepared tcday for heat- Operations Administration go out
foreign policy controversies of business June 30, the end of
with Republican as well as Dem- the current fiscal year.
ocratic members of the new Con- The new mutual defense treaty
gress. negotiated by Dulles with Gene-
Trouble was foreseen by admin- ralissimo Chiang Kai-shek's For-
Istration insiders en many of a mosa government could be the
score or more foreign policy ques- springboard for a fight on Far
tions scheduled for Congressional Eastern foreign policy.
airing. They hcped some contro- Democrats wil want fI rm
versies could be settled quickly or word on how far the treaty
avoided while main administra- goes, including whether It covy-
tion strength is devoted to the ers Quemoy and some other
East-West conflict with Russia. Nationalist Chinese islands Just
Argument is expected to cen- off the Red-held mainland.
ter chiefly on new administra. The new agreements on West-
toan proposals for $3,000,000,000 ern Germany, including its mem-
more nl foreign aid beginning bership in the North At l a n t i c
July 1, extension of the trade Treaty Organization, and the Ma-
Agreements Act, and quick ap- nila defense pact in the South-
preval of the new defense trea- east Asian-Western Pacific Area
ty with Formosa. already have been sent to Con-
Fierce debates are sure to be gress. But no real committee in-
sparked, tco, by Senate majority vestigation has even started on
leader William F. Knowland's de- them.
mands for full Congressional in- Other items in the foreign poll-
vestigation of his own party's for- cy field slated for action in the
eip and defense policies. Mrs. new Congress include the 1954
Eisenhower and S e er e t ar y of convention with Canada on Great
State John Foster Dulles, for the Lakes fisheries, changes in the
most part, have looked the other Philippines trade act, emergency
way since Knowland cer Lti z e d suspension of import tariff, on
their policies last Nov. 15. copper, customs simplify c a t i o n,
The President and Dulles also and disposition of ex-enemy as-
disagree completely with Know-. ets.
land's insistence that the United _'
States break diplomatic relations
with the Soviet Union. Ruark Sells
While Mr. Elsenhower .
count on more support from Movie Rights
Democrats than Republicans on
foreign trade, the Democrats To New Book
are not happy about first-hand
cooperation in the past on work- NEW YORK, Jan. 5 (UP)
lag out foreign policies. Robert Ruark, widely known
One big gripe is the absence of Scripps Howard columnist, has
party members in the State De. sold the motion picture rights to
partmnt where Dulles himself his yet unpublished new book, "A
worked as a Republican under Thing of Value," for a reported
former secretary of state Dean price of $300,000, the New York
Acheson. World-Telegram and Sun said to-
The $3,000,000,000 new request day.
for foreign aid will bring out Con- The newspaper said it also un-
gressional economy leaders en derstood Ruark would be paid
masse. The administration also $150,000 by Metro.Goldwyn Mayer
expects economy forces to try to for his services as technical ad-
siditrack plans to open a new viser during the filming of the
foreign aid program in Asia. story about the Mau Maus and
Demands are sure to be raised racial strife in Africa.

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AWA FAMILT Mrs. Helen Donahoe holds photographs of
her husband and their adopted daughter as she awaits their
arrival from Athens, Greece, before a Christmas tree in her sis-
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Cops Put Finger On Mambo Queen's

Spouse In Greenwich Village Spot
NEW YORK, Jan. 5 (UP) The detectives said they trail-
The elusive "Dr." Norman V. ed Conchita and Nusser's broth-
Nusser, husband of the "Mambo er, Victor, 28, for four hours-
Queen of America" and object during which time they chang-
of a coast-to-coast search as a ed taxi cabs three times to throw
$250,000 burglar, was arrested In off pursuers- before the trail
a Greenwich Village bar las t led to the Greenwich Village
night as he calmly sipped a glass bar and Nuaser's capture.
of beer. Policp had sought the ex-con-
Eight detectives seized the vict since they raided his one-
dapper, 30-year-old former men- and-a-half room apartment Dec.
tal patient while he waited in 8 and found $250,000 worth of
the bar for a rendezvous with stolen goods piled four and five
his nightclub dancer wife, Mer- feet high on the floor. Conchita
cedes, 33, known in the trade as has been free on ball on a charge
"Conchita Lopez, Puerto Rican of receiving stolen goods.
the Mambo Queen of America.?I Nuser took police to a new
apartment (329 West 22nd St.)
last night and they recovered
Three Tea s iie more loot valued at $15,000-in-
Thr I l Welu ding two mink Jackets and
S half a dozen suit cases full of
invite PaHamanians jewelry, watches, cameras and
other miscellaneous goods.
T il Nusser, a well-dressed man
To LivestocK ShoWS with a hair-line mustache and
SJ avy dark hair, put up a brief
Three Texas cities, which will struggle in the bar, but by the
feature rodeos and livestock time he had been taken to a
shows during January and Feb- Queens police station to be book,
ruary, have Invited Panamanians ed on a specific burglary charge
and other Latin American to at- he became "not only cooperative,
tend the shows, Melvin Doolit- but expansive," police said.
tle,. Manager for Braniff Airways He smiled genially at photog-
in Panama said today. raphers, boasted of his ability
Representatives of the Cham- to appraise furs and jewelry, and
ber of Commerce from Houiton, said through his experiences in
Fort Worth, and San Antonio, spis a reading psychology
Tex., have planned special e- aoks h had been able to con.
vents for Latin American vial.- *Oe his dancer wife he was a
tors during the festival weeks, medical student, and therefore
Braniff flies directly from Pan- had added the "Dr." to his name.
ama to each of the Texas cities.
First to open is the Fort Worth ussia r
rodeo which begins on Jan. 28S Prtst
and extends through ebh A. n.u r I

Long known s -the cattle cen-
ter of the Southwestern part of
the United States for over 75
years, Fort Worth attracts the
top cattle breeders of the coun-
try during Its annual stockshows.
It is also famous for the rodeo
which features the most experi-
enced "working" cowboys from
all parts of the United States
In competition for roping, steer-
wrestling, wild horse riding and
other typical rodeo activities.
Six types of beef cattle will
be shown at the rodeo, includ-
ing the shorthorn, Abeerdeen-
Angus, Hereford, polled Here-
ford, Braham, and Santa Ger-
San Antonio heart of the Span-
ish culture of Texas, will have
its stockshow and rodeo from
Feb. 28 to 27.
Houston has set aside a spe-
cial period "Dias Internaciona-
les" from Feb. 8 to 12 for Latin
American visitors during its an-
nual cattle show and rodeo. So-
cial events for the ladies as well
as inspection trips to nearby
ranches for the men have been
planned for the various delega-
tions from Mexico, Cuba, Cen-
tral and South America.
Further details on the three
cattle shows are available from

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Dutch Comments

On Doubled Staff
THE HAGUE, Jan. 7 (UP) -
Russia protested yesterday a-
gainst an official Dutch govern-
ment statement that the Rus-
sian embassy in The Hague dou-
bled its staff in the past 18
The protest was lodged with
foreign minister Johan Illem
Beyen by the Russian ambassa-
dor to the Netherlands, 8. P.
"The declaration by the Dutch
government is completely un-
founded, said Kirsanov. "It can
only mislead the Dutch public
opinion and will be harmful to
the development of the Russian-
Dutch trade relations." Beyen
promised him to set up a new
The Dutch statement had not
said that the Russian embassy
should decrease its number of
personnel-immediately. The at-
tention of the Russian ambas-
sador was only drawn to the
fact that the number of employes
had increased considerably of
late. Further steps of the Dutch
government were pending the
investigation which was still go-
ing on at the time.

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P ru*irouuers rge*

To Delay Nationwide Strike

. economic minister, wnol ter' irNY.x., hohnt. c*hri tnam. L toao" P.t. t n- LONDON, Jan. 5 (UP) A say we are greatly pleased, al-
ng a life sentence in hoe, a avy fiter u Mhitchamted to reece to ado pMt the .7- fast-moving court of inquiry yIthough it may provide a bridge."
au. moth-old oun flng,whom they have named Marie~rrd 400,000 British ralwaymen Did the court's recommend-
today to lift their Sunday mid- tons lessen the chances of a'
r m y* C L nd F1 night deadline for a nationwide strike? Said Campbell, "I couldn't
t l i m nIe ir l A *Ae l Ae n~iVY strike ana to resume talking :even commit myself on that."
y Claims Land Forces De lsive wages with management. Sir Winston Churchill and his
cabinet were standing by for an-
The court found both the rail other emergency meeting should
FASHINOTON, Jan. 5 (UP1- 1956. The Army had expected to of their unique ability to close unions and the government 'Cambell tell Monckton that the
i Army, In an implied critl- maintain its strength at 1,173,000 with and destroy the organized Transport Commission guilty in court's report was unacceptable
S-.of the administration's men. and Irregular forces of an enemy the dispute that threatened to and that the NUR would follow
Ufve retaliation" theory and | Leading uemocrata .s ln oth e wer or coalition of powers," strangle British rail traffic. through with Britain's w rs t
sry roelance on air power,,houses have sharply ce pia manual states The court said the union "act- railroad strike since 1926.
that land forces are still the military cutbacks saays- B sya Army forces do not ed im properly" in breaking oflf Campbell got the report 90
r "decisive" element in mill- ised full hearings on te M RNaM ia AlrvIorce op- age talks in the first place, minutes before he and his nego-
r. Gen. Matthew B. Ridgriyg oi.i_, but bh Navy and air aen it turned around an d tiating committee left their
liew Is contained in the chief of staff who qut hele m support armies. said the British Transport Cornm- headquarters near grimy Ruston
Issue of the Army's field wisdom of earlier AruWn esures the Army as the mission "erred" in claiming they station and drove off to the Min-
an operations. 'year, will be pressed 4 which ,M g nearly fitr- couldn't pay a wage boost be- istry of Labour to meet Monck-
*ugwer to inquiries, the his views of the new sla national .p "cept In cause Britain's government-own- ton.
made public the in-' The Army manual It i prosnoutlin of w in Is fur- ed eap required by law to break' MoAckton also was meeting
to the manual. The In careful military prce of a pdicy of ruthless even. with 0Robertson and his trans-
Slaeed "for official usei for use of Army forced M10"uatLa . .... port a6mmission in an effort to
lnot specifically refer. t foreA, t aaA In an The two-way criticism was no get wage talks going again.
S .. 'massive retallation" e ea. iad to the NatiMtal Union The strike would Immobilize
the document ls dated pounded by Secretary ai i air power d.- ot Jw en but an unexpect- the London subways and Brit'.
7 X .s regardPed as es- John Foster Dulles. t a' at WlIan -aing's 52,000 miles of natidqnaedr
ialpldfcant in view of But this theory, and tm e on rail lines.
ntouts recently ministration's currente. It would deal a er blow
President '.ePn emphasis on greatest a01 41 aH G to the Rationas eson-
Ire ladli tly CriticiseId, -,m omy, which wasvSby.
fell most r', ep v on "-Army asined ieet- prolonged de-k
e la Isdated to re- are the decisive a S.- ir lo In
1tw 4-b inliatarg structure i -


AN EXPEDITION undertaken by the 33d Infantry's reinforced Intelligence and Eeconneumaoi
Platoon during which the approximate trail of the Spanish explorer Balboa was followed aiera
the Isthmus of Panama in April 1954.
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Geared To

Go Forward

The "Lifeliners" of the 33rd In-
fantry Regiment, commanded by
Col. A. G. Elegar, celebrated
their- 36th Organization Day yes-
terday at Fort Kobbe. The color-
ful Regiment, now wearing the
Southern Cross patch of the "A-
merican" Division has been sta-
tioned at Fort Kobbe since it
was reactivated on Jan. 4 1950,
under the command of Col. Rus-
sell L. Vittrup, now a Brigadier
History of the 33rd Infantry Re-
giaent dates back to 1916 when it
was. brought Into existence by the
National Defense Act of 1916. It
Is the third organlzttion in the
Untd States Army to bear the
title of the 33rd Infantry Reiment.
During the first four years of
its history, in the Canal Zone,
headquarters were established at
Camp Empire, Canal Zone, which
is now a firing range while the
regiment was dispersed the length
of the Canal Zone in battalions
and detachments. In 1920 the reg-
iment was united for the first
time at Fort Clayton in the Canal
Zone and remained there until

In 1941 the first battalion left
the Zone for Trinidad, British
West Indies. The battalion was re-
sponsible for the guarding of the
oi and bauxite industries so vital
to the Allied war effort. The re-
maining units of the regiment
soon followed, being assigned to
Fort Reed, Trinidad, where they
became the backbone of the Tri-
nidad Mobile Force.
After spending the first 28 years
of its history outside of the Con-
tinental United States, the 33rd In-
fantry Regiment unfurled its co-
lors in New Orleans in March,
1944. Three months later at Camp
Clairbourne, La. 'the regi ment
was inactivated.
Upon the occasion of its 35th
Organization Day, the 33rd RCT a-
dopted "Lifeliners" as its official
The activation of the 23d In.
fantry Divisa on Dec. 2, 154
at Fort ef*e resuited in the
dissolutie lof e 33rd R -.
metal Combat Team. The
three oanlsateis which had
compose the teas became sep-
arate Sal the id Infantry
Divilm, under d te command of
Maj. Gea LOMil G0. McGarr.
The year IMf pried to to a
notable year for "Lifelners."
They won thEr Pansma Armed
Forces baseball title and went on
-c. S bhm base h 11

to win the t5iliur u f B .M L
crown. The "Lifellers" were al-
so waNsers of the Panama Armed
Forces basketball ehamplons p.
Kobbe boxers won six champiion-IF
s ,mand top honors in tme
Paama Are Armed Forces .. ,-
ing !11s. -The "LM efl"e," had

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LOOKING ON-Col. A. GEl rht der
Infantry Regiment and Port obbe, lXoos: C erG
O'wns, second from left2nd' Btil
"the tank in the attack" to Lt. Col-. Wn e a,,
other officers of the Colombian War :OUege. e o an
officers witnessed an Infantry demot o w itor at
Fort Kobbe, last July.
(U.S. A"v Photo)
two champs In the Caribbean legibility for thit
Command finals, held at Fort Is established by --t -ht as
Kobbe. complishments in ahe I Td Ed
During 1954 an expedition sports, military 'eotemncyoi
through the jungles of Panama exemplary service to P4tKobe
brought international recognition Adding to their smW list a
the regiment. The. histozy-mak- "firsts," the "LWare sponso
"Exercise Balboa," compris- ed a six-day ProiTstanW6 'od fash.
ed of the re-inforced Itegimental ioned revival" which -ps believ-
Intelligence and Reconnaissance ed to be the first of ad i at
Platoon and commanded by 1st a US military installation ina he
Lt. James W. McDonald approxi- Canal Zone. The revival drew
mated the route taken by Vasco hundreds of servicemen, doeped-
Nunez de Balboa in 1513. The ar- cents, and local citizens to te
duous 85-mile trek through Pana- nightly services.
ma's dense Jumnle area was suc- Doing its share in mromofn s
cessfully completed in 12 days. good-will between the n cited
1954 saw the inauguration of an States and the. Latin Amerlefa
Intense physical fitness program. countries the 33rd Ia dea
Its purpose was to main all onstrated to offlwers ColoQ
officers and enlisted men at peak bia and Venesuela,
physical condition. A 16 mile mission and its a
march route was laid out by the The "Lifeliners" al art
Regimental I 1 R Platoon. The ed in aid rendered
route covered some of the most bean Command tohe ad
difficult terrain in the Canal Zone. government during the werst
The Lifeliner "Hall of F a me" flood a-i that cous a 'as lstr
was established M 1954 for the As a major elem it he, 2rd
purpose of rendering recognition Infantry Division, the 3rd Infam
to deserving personnel both mill-try Regiment, j.- the words-.a
tary and civilian, at Fort Kobbe Gen. McGarr, is defstin to 'o
for outstanding achievements. E- forward" in 1955
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