The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00616

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A Quarry H*ighW wman said
iben Command had a nowledge of oa
vestigators requesting an inflrview with a
serviceman In this area i action wt
gun aaination of President Josh A. Remon
Franco race track Sunday eight.
Meanwhile 34-year-old nited Sitat i
Martin Lipstein, of Redondo Beach, Calif, S
incommunicado today.while Pnamw 6's sewt
further inquiries concerning him.,
Most prominent arrmt duril A p' 24 -
that of Lasuio Patoky, a Hgarpw
imus--who has redortedlv fh 'at110eSrn..


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Z. Etend the small, Buil-
ness Act of 1053 which ia due
to expire next June.
12. Authborie 3s,000 more
public housing units in each
of the next two fiscal years.
13. Enact a federal heat re-
Insurance program and Im-
prove medical care for those
who receive federal-state pub-
lic assistance.


P iT.Z s '.j-j- jj.- I, 'services are increasng 1n aver-
.e thu app te b- 'M. denig areas," he went ,OIL
bI m b it n Il e IS Im
Of ^mo af lpr nove the Hvingrtaagards
h', .-r-o f .poif a men. TI t ro tIs
o- lI to all our peple It
s osb"' ofu promises- alias w who-.are
igtpwth the C.omm st trong and self-reliant; It
iMver, when he aai p adse gr wag weo tmr-
.. et for the product o oar
ust w1!1i to t' mines ourftoris and our
*I .atg btn when- farmi.
my will bdvm the caine
nd. me peapl to which! '"But only through steady ef-
AOO.. ,other free fort can we hope to continue this
I .,i progress. Barrier s4ti impede
Wtith particular trade and the flow of capital
a the world eonc needed to develop each nation's
, *and'!e walked CongjeS human and material resources.
le to help i t "Wise reduction of these bar-
l euding eut in riers is a long-term objective of
Waters tariff rates sad our foreign economic polty -a
tragaem t of private n- policy of an evolution ry
-s to. other nations selective nature, asurg
ter ecana mees benefits to our own W2 other
recent economic program peoples...
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th i harpt ore iloj rlum
ain's nation-vte strike
wu be averted .ed.

and roll
Tins ea | agree-
meN or ro ta negotia-
toa afternoonwith the
lgoVmmmat treanport commis-I
ot perates the country's
ilaed rails.
ockton hurried to the ca-
binet meeting to tell Churchill
of rapidly rising hopes for peace
alon the nation's sprawling ral-
rola network.


we e jt wo iS true to
Si la d become a military die-
in can g towI be b
I'n of the Pann al "But he didn't. He gave the
g have ~government other t alightene4 and
Sa s- tt. o a down
thos uts coa= U. -Plns ap sodet o
from "a deteminaton made by Seath Ad) of al b ome tax whicbep
the press in Indicated the Re In many Latin-Ambrican coun-
Defense Department had urged' Thi benefit is available tries taxes are some-
larger fdroes even thgh the Canti Co. has thing to evade), An3 wrest-
The new jbals mean that cuts,no form plan such at ame pdi- ed dmlderable conssions from
will be much slower during the ate employers have and even the United States In egilations
next six months and the services though company government over the basic treat over g
will level off with about 35,000 employes have a combined slek relations between the tW6 coun*
more men In mld-1956 than ex- and annul leave system rather tries
pected three weeks ago. A hi than separate sak lave. It ap- :' e question Is: Have the les-
offielal revealed today that a-I plies to income received in al- on it good government tauht
bout 25.000 of those men will be _ndar ve r 154 rbinr fns f io ajmn hu learned u fft.


walkout notes calling for a in the rmy making possible whichh mqst be sent before
.m.e at midnight uay to division or so" more strength Aprl 15.
back wage hike demands b than had been foreseen under
40,0 rallwuymerw re stll the deeper cuts. The new section of the 954I
poed on ISS boards in Tax Law does not pem deduc-
union branches. a ....J tion of amqunts received for the
But burly James "BI Jim" first seven endar das of ab-
Campbell, secretary of t Na- sene due tollne t
tionl Union of Work-mploye wp h ta r at
ers, was frankly Bc after $llkj mlohe dur hiabsenc
this i ing's meg at t The seven calendar altn
labor minisOrtfy, fl BeinJuaeiod do apply 'in cues
Monckonn Imeditely invit- e of personalju.
ed Sir Brian Robertaikt, transport .. The regulI payroll deduce=o
Commission Chairmnh- tooime
IJiM b.,Oat -O b- The 1eoluxuryUIner-Queen .ot- -income t -will not. t ch ang-
R and theU union chiefs hcrewof thesikin fshi is employer faorh on
s "..Wt message intercepted here. wIth.his Ince tax will
accepted. e coast guard no offl-lwith his I"W-, l t eax19 W11
Slal conn rmaation of th ie esue ude..e ll aiy for si k leave
Bishop Gooden dbeon rt thit the ngith other pay.

colr her oIn a pla cirubyl I henmfe l m or
Leaves For Annual aour a Sim e' entieAad a nbe t o
S" T -a ntdentri n d o~. deduct from his mgroes e m any
Visit To Coombi The10 men took to a life boatu8mounts up to $100 per. n k re-
elAt night a nd their 282-ton ship calved as wages or Il lieu of
Blhop ooden of Ancon left bo nbreaking up in heavy seas wages for sick leave al.doserlb-
Yw rday onhis an4al vti- miles noerteast of Bermuda. ed above, In doing so, Oech such
cn to the epuMblieofColtom. The life boat capsized this employee must attach a tatement
bia where thelpimeoal (Angl- morning, according to word from to his return showing:. periods
ean) Church hls teen cbn- coast guar plane circling the of ill.ne and absence ym work.
peptions of lUaB-f w scene. The plane had reported period of n.hospitalsi4op, sickI
Sacattereda over the Re- seeingg our crewman re-board leave pay received for te period
*f15 Is .. pe.te dt 4e- nkW Student Prince and of illnees, and bi-weekly Or week-
TM Bihop in epeted to re- veral oaer clinging to theI y rate of pay.
ta Colombaunt heend si life boat was unableI The IntenaI Revem agent
tF0su0ry roturngto the Ca- to Account for all 10 n will a4msit any employee Ih calcu-
al oe Jan. atlng the amount of ok leave
-CZ Observatory cI be dftold from

I. J, B Opens Tomorrtow aI x o ectn wt, dit of
4U iw ll r wI ob blyrlquelt vlfcation
-.T. ., Ci Za0bserva. somoW 1 Ifrom tb iemploy-
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clently well, by Panamanians to
carry the country forward on the
course he set or will the republic
revert to the earlier mad scram-
we of petty politics?
"This is the challenge con-
fronting the new government of
President Gulizdo, farmer. for-
eagn minister, and the people of
Panama today. .


PRXSTWICK. Scotland. Jan. 6
(UP) A small army of men
worked over the moat valuable
small piece of real estate in
Britain today in the second
week of the great diamond hunt.
So far, some 600 stones valued
at roughly $350,000 .have been
found of the estimated 5000
gems aboard a BOAC Strato.
cruiser that crashed and burned
here Christmas Day. Twenty-
elght lives were lost in the
craskb.
Reaeurs uninow _ghy tram-
pled about $1,000, worth of
diamonds into the alud. Police
later roped off an are 10 yards
long by ten yards wle In which
the diamonds are wet burl-
ed.
Atarpauln covers e area at
nwtt o O -t.rt-..t om the
weather. There ti an around
the clock guard of detclives,
police ant sarpo& atkos.
As peanes roared by tln&Wo


uda msinV S ad fle
route back ., He arrived
here the di6J* dent Raemon
wa documents
art p a-ofer,
1 u$nd oilt e- Is a school
tefther.
Ace Cuban erimf Investlgator
Dr. Israel Castellboa is now eXv
pected here tomot!w. There has
been no explanation of the de-
lay in his arrival. He was ori-
ginally expected Tuesday night.
The Panama government ask-
ed the advernment of Cuba for
Castellanos' assItance in track-
ing down the ambush. slayers.
He is head of the Cuban Inves-
tigation Bureau's criminal labo-
ratory.
- About 15 people have been
released by the investigating
authodties yepterdady and to-
day. At one stage a total of a-
bout 70 person was reported
being held for investigation.
It has been said that parrafin
tests for power traces on Lip-
tein has yielded positive results.
However in New York today
Lieutenant Joseph, McNaUy, su-
pervisor of the New York po-
T'ce department laboratory, told
United Press: "The parraft test


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TUB PANAMA IMCA. AN mIfDPMDT A WSPAmB


-THE< PANAMA AMERICAN
AND PUELISHEDm b yv THE ANEAA AA LOMA P0118. INC.
FOtiNDED mY NYIIl=oN MoUNEVLL IN 1as
HAMODOIO AnIA*. leaITO
S. 2m9Trr P. Q. SOX 134. PANAMA. f. OF P.
T.LiPHONg PANAMA NO. -0740 (5 LiNms)
CASLE ADDRoSn s PANAMNRICAN, PANAgA
OPICC, a2.17e CENTRAL' AVENUE i.TWEdN 12TH NO 13TH STAR[Is
SSorEIMN RnEPRKISNTATIVes JOSHUA V. POWERS. INC.
345 MADISON AVS. NEW YORK. (17) N. Y.
LOCAL m MAIL
I, IN AOVANC .1.. .70 i8 .a 0
1nTS. IN ADVANCI 6 *8.8013.00
NliAt. IN ADVAN.- .. 12.80 *24.00
YOUR FORUM THI RIADIRS'OWN COLUMN


M.E MAIL BOX

Mall o s e..- is eo for fr ~den of The hue-. Am en
i an* received reatefully and are handled in a wholly sontia
M ? If wyo contribute a letter don't be Impatient If it doesn't appear th
i day. Lett"eq era published in the order received.
Plseo try to keep the letters limited to page length.
Identity of lIeter writers is held in strictest confidence.
Thit newspaper 9esumos as responlibility for statements as ophilemn
ep=ess in letters from reOdea.
-0-
SYMPATHY
San Antonio, Texas
Jan. 3.
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the peace loving cit-
a of Panama, and the families of DQfoa Cecilia Pinel do
om and president Jose Antonio Remon, who was brutally
ordered last night. May the assassins be apprehended andI
might to speedy justice.
In my opinion Don Jose was giving Panama a good and
*eet adminlstratlon, and Dofia Cecilia was doing more for
underprivileged of Panama than anyone in my memory.
Our deepest sympathy,
Sincerely,
W. J. Wright.

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BY VICTOR IESEL AT Io tribute to his-I ,you
day -or a Ises. wrote a pgavl son a G-
We Americans hare a feeling tion of l ert and Sullivan mg-which coan
we must myav e r a feeig every maem.. f s tan ed the following:
intrigue. We f l that one must go and naturalization above
to ath Iv brer strg tso the. rank of steanoa o gb "'Though others may shrink,
er n t border streetsoaknd forced to pack up in you must say what yeou.thiak
aer doin i w for cloa sanet some cases se h and a Of that son of aB from
at rest this erioty of ours, move to another city. ..A W Weft onsin.
We have our share of mystery o rThe sweeping, changeeltics swap Since your program allows you
av' mht on e o steo r ts I n- s what sometimes' happens when 10 minutes to spare,
r dialyter son p otss, tom- an Army general Is placed in You squeeze in somWin same
e munist actvists are wort.C. with charge of a civilian branch of gov- remarks on the air
ithe toughest of mobs inr he truewi ernment. The Army man in Of that son of a' B from
tra edition of Marx and rein tion is Lie ut. Gen. Josep Wisconsin."
"from each according to abil- Swin~, a field artillery officer Following the dinner, .n. .1
ty, to each according his ihas been aide to Gen. Pey. Ot of Illinhis e nfrid
needs." Iili March, an instructor at Fort EMe~arthy, called SAl
The mobs want the dirty dol a commander of ..the Army W DR r and demand lo I-.
lars. The Communists want to .nes- Ii ii iCollege, and a participant in va s- ai oe fired. Dema4t-rt
Le rscode m distcdeut ones ousnbattles of the Pacific. act Immediately. So e otanother
along the coast ked, c n to sear mi Just how this honorable military caB from Senator Dir ahisen t
ntary and naval water froodepot r rerd qualified. him as an expert another call, until finally he iu
from whi ch we feed our wo rl on the difficult and very human moned lsaacs and told him that
bases. The C(ommuists have t I iss: I I i,. question of Immgration and nat- his resilgmtlon was aeepted.
brtases t -he mob s (the mu ralsation, I 'ha to understand.
bra t--te moshave tho uess e tand a ro cadet MaumT-GO-ROUND
wafelnt e*itnes and the SvE- i Tane d fm u al. ane. Oi l Sa
et ativits I ... IrvingVeo, clas ....of 1915, and today Generaly for leaving him out of ortmecent
who uses many a nim-delCommieOwingmfinshimsel is tf d

in this work, m telt. name il_ i S : g.,einds hie i grahztion smi ist off congriin al'v mer&S



Ht. Once he was asked by senate o -l ----------- -~-graio o-----' -for offleal maYl hae lived in u Hu lphrey heard that bl. Cabi-
f Nelsgtors n f t were not te t f yeirs lid acquired a ne co.i eague Joh er wull

ford that whle e worked at the Bro. house ere, plus two ecaes or d rased Smather at
et mabr spy t mn up and move to arAnother area- wiHumphres crackedstp "Yes ,

Swho launion e th s ay man than m.p star tieng tay. there forabout har ho.
oNelsen-Velson. his roo dyn address ose it the oseed to move Screta ry mf th r e ase Treas. -
It. Once hame as ask letter drop. by Senate grwas E. E. Sofficialmsbury have lived ino w ugedvHuphrey heard that hing Cabi.d e


Nels]n.Velsen refused to anwe transferred from St. eAlbans, Vt., from Americans a- to how t et
investigators If it were not true one city for years and acquired a I colleague John Fst~r Dulles


n Nta rs d h at o he p emitted e ir oofriendshipst, he Sais ordered toopack_ the ralonde ahaer c on& d

cnm ate n mswr be fermt .t eh e -- eean m ove to a on other area- Humphre startacked a "Yfter the t
whe touse his .rooktyn Waddres s G N Eone of those ordered to miove Secretary Hdumphrey has bcen de.
bean m tousaeteroo kln adro. was E. E. Salisbury, who wasn uged with meters wanting adidi


deny wat s. Petor was fi caro and had two years to go before mark th if he were a young m
deny that J. Peters WASin charge LI'retirement. to g befre park d that of he wrazie a.Heonce'
country for many y C rs. oover o.A post at the opposite end of the mal wNen the Setservice" -
Nelson Veloan refused to an USA-Texas--*as chosen for Sal- arrested the head of the latest al..
swer. Same grot eiund.' -an. Isbury, with the Idea that he leged counterfeiting ring, Joan S:
He was asked If he know about D ei eson wouldn't accept the shift from Ver- Clair, at the Lafayette Hotel in
Peters' Communied t eapipsage. b 0 month. But Salisbury t oo k the Washington, she complained: "You
Same P anwer.s o ise a sake f tltie T-e change like a good sport and sure spoiled a hot date for me
kew Alner Hiss. Same answer, dropped in to see General Swing tonight boys It wag- a ulleol.
Me ws a ed i he easet c WASHINGTON-(NEA) The meant functions and policies. These We later, will cover simplfication to ay his respects, oIn d on an was charged th pa
Sistant" to a .. Peters in placing second Commission on Organiza- studied cut across departmental 'o paperwork and records required hs egeneral-was blunt and to the $100 W in L Rek,
Communist party members in the tion of the Executive Branch of and agency organization lines, business. t C.g g1ns bix lla s.a d -
armed forces Same refusal to an- the Federal Government, he ded. As a, result, the recommenda- In succeeding weeks will come ehy don't you retire?" he New rlean Dallas and Wash-
swer Se by ex-President Herbert oovei, tiontia o the second Hoover Con- these four re rts, though not nec- asked "Yop've outlived your use- needed the ra man tic Chltm s
H e If he hal 'Cu file the first of its new series mission will- probably encompass essarily in ts order. fulness., nared t e dramatic stma
vised certain espionage in the of reports to Congress on Jan. 10. the greatest overhauling any go- Government legal services and Ge eral Swing further suggested. ogeant in threat of the
amea Canal Zone, Ssmel ml. to+ F~m then on, the reports, willernme.n, ever prceues.. that Salisbury go dws im mediate- 110i 4ki11r' td1019,ai .;
deny or fflrm S a start drop N g at th rate o aone In The w ares one etniemitssion Civil service and' government ly and see the immigration admin-World War 11. The ceremoniestfe
today this man is send. con- every wee or two, until the Com- staff member, this will be a great personnel management. istracer, Ed Loughran, who turned religious services by various
iderable money trying to atmis on completes its recommen-' demonstration of the way d- Medical services of gover- was ready to process the freig embassies, gave the Voice
crusading uelments on the r'ydMs on the work of 14. lal Imocracy can adjust to new, co- ment agencies. retiree p s. Almost in tears, r m bo bo
cmrk and Philadelphit w .astok forces that hAve bee y-Ilditions and Improve itsp roced G government budgeting, acount-the speeep bury read them material whach was beamed
tents ., ar g ernment methods os r-Iand policies. If ace me e c .and auditing ractices. dwritinwall and tock arod the world in 38 lan
Be+_ me$ regumelay ith rme~m ly I years. -casms of government practices 1 W After will W seven ng He Is youm-..aro"uad te worl in 3. laUages.
ofe Pae..i. o o ast ePTl e a mamsiun la schei d opr ie madt e in the ng e sr6 of Hoe more ie pt"d eL r G e isenhow (Nelson Rockefeller, take a
o trav iee "s to b- were to Ie sdmae s o h n (oee a ya or ure sa with o se-
et a t a in oa les a byo ae .s sco wmmrison h e snet eto Ser. ai some theon bd an Arthe
aehe oga s -hoea "' on ora ,yrer cArgiston ptaoaU i t be taken wu a l o. Procurem nt me. h, pa reu- a bd
v. 4. There he and the g aos soe of as recommends a en the Hoover rm. ry fa su as slI I
propaganda for oit its re.orts. The commission is pre- created by Congress and o Use andof goverumeat or a far dist and w
all along the ea ks. pare to draft these new laws I to C congress, many of its am d renly told rf he dkl A t
Velson was bac Phtg the Congrea d asks for them, but iinendations can be effected anly ti s
a on Nov. 10. In ean the drafts wl not b included in by teutive order aof the Preail- I ant m
In less a 619001 t e sl sent ,otohti
a an union elements d law idnt may send reorganization of food and clothing. enera Swing su nch Ambasa to the
meant agencies. Some 15,000 The Second Hoover Commissionpa to Congress to carry out Central Inte igance Agency op- ly is diNDi immig i tes Henricn sae -
lof tlse brochures were distrib. s much -broadetin its scope l tha these recommendations.If these erations, a part-secret report. by tran g cials oU. today on oer tie
d the first, The original commission lans are not rejected y eter The last two reports, and the Washington. ever, it will ee after a final Mipboard
aton Velson trave with a dealt a ly with reorganization house of Conress within 0 days, most complicated of them all, will the tax ayer more the lon run. fas tell champagne p r t y at-
waterfrt char who withI separate executive de- they take e ect automatically. probably be filed just before the While t Wah whi bth a t ine flow.
Sthe liaison anag the pa and ag ies State, Th provision of law expires in May 31 deadline: reduced from 900 won m s
atern mobs and Harry Bridges' Agriulre, Defense and so on. April, however. There is so a der U. S. water resources and gov- truth is that each .n a
Sovieteering Pacifeic Coast loe1g- The idea was to put their opera- bate in Congress as to w mr it ernment power poly. This one regional offices wil hay 300-e ra at arriVa in AMerica ad
shoremoen's union. This muscled tons on a more efficient and eco- should be extended. Many con- will probably start a controversy ployeea. This wvil sgill the: otut o mba a on Db. 24,.194, and
fellow traveller of Tovarisch Vel- nominal basis. gressmen feel it emeka too much that will go on for a year or headquarters staff to wllIn.t a ic s servica-.had been..
soen went west some monWths a dY Of l3T recommendations made of legislation by negative action. more. crease of about 700 ys .i rv busy 'rst"
Sn came home loaded wiothstg by the first Heover Comm'ission. The first' report ich the Heo- l. Business organization of the De- tion, four brand new Jobs MMia made in.
er. longshoreman's dough. 196, or 72 per cent were put into ver Commission file covers partment of Defense. This' task lonal directors have been i of the friend
Th all peel be furtive no lon- effect. Savimgs of some p nongovernment aperwork manage- force has four staeommittees on :or the Republican Nationa Com- and the Un-
er. They are hereby spotl g a year were estimated as a result ment. It willbe in two parts. Tre be sainess-type enterprises aof the mittee to fill. said. "I have
The apparat will have to eas e of these actions first will deal with simplIfIcatIon armd services, research pro-
Velson a assament, wlideh t The second Hoover Commission of paperwork within government. grams, personnel management and DON OFFEND JOE asL riegn d.t leaving my Ameri
ake appy It was such deals more with broad govern- The second part, possibly to be transport. friends. Amerio ns knw how
flo t ravellrol a ,slovs you when you love them."


a good job. Nearly as good as
one he bad some years back-
ranging trips of handpicked
and women to Moscow for bri
ing en the wonders of Soviet
This current assignment eov
the entire eastern waterfro
First, the Job was to help p
such rusaders as the seatre
Paul Hall and Paul's friends
the waterfront. Next, Velson
to help bralntrut the fight on
decent elements on the Philai
phia docks. Then the Velscn ero
was to expand north to Bo
and south down the coast. Pl
ly he was to mesh with the Ce
munalt elements ; W
Coast. Then they' have us Is
locked whenever they might
cide to pull a strike.
Incidentally, where does Nels
Velson get all that money--
leaflets for travel, fr those 1
telehcne bills, and easy sp
ng? As If we don't know.
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t- about J Carthy-not fyovie star Marlene Dietrichwas.
W ate W ll !n N e Yor want to Ip your jobn this j ng those who were present to
ministraton. i Bonnet and hs wife goodbye.
That Was what MyM eak missed Bonnet after hi brif-
fcund out the othe 'y w speec.
SWalter Winchell In New York Ralph' Demmler chair ob tel "
ernt Securities and Exchan Com- _
ont. sion, called him in i d him Deg Gets Bir
r' Man About Town Jeanne Williams (who got is the bluest blood in all Spain "e associate SEC e IMILLER cs(UP A novel
off fired from "Kismet") has taken ... Racing magnate Dr. James.Ihd held the Job for 1 ears autodps roveR, S.D.-( awrnove
as The Grace Kelly-Oleg Cassini up weight-lifting NBC and Kroe (he controls Aueduct) is ie reco t tt e no atsy proed a S Lawr nce
the idyll (intimate friends report) will Judy. Garland are making One Of seriously ll at Lnox Hill... Ma iff ,ce." haW riteaam farmer, Herman Lay innoen
armkigOne,, seiously at it LM ... hO -'
del. not culminate at the altar. An ami. Those Deals ... The Dewey Mar- aging editor Jack O'Connell of Cos. 4orf h, father, d Thea a hunting violats
ton ble left aLarge Torch burning in 0,* where it could be Ftal to tis Iat h ersey hoe .It'ReblcamedLacey had shot illegally.
sal- Hong Kong. She is Li Li Hwa. .. months. Happy New Year, Gloria rGrade Detective Niek (otter (sht & botrk City MLac c lame d theypheaant i
m- Translation: Plut Blossom DeHaven! .. After I finished in line of dty) gave the ft torkCityiot, e claimed rthe pheasat
est Jack lempsey is punchy over Es- looking at the current issue of (he won on T4 "On Your Ae et w i the .stim elt tll n autopsy confirmed the his
nd- tell AUalao, the divorcee Life.I cooked it! program) to r Bravest &Fes~ York on November 17. td not been shot.
d- latest London -- Fund. He is chairman of the AtY Nove er
beaus flying here to propose A year ago James Roosevelt was nual Ball (by the Kerryebi's
on- Margaret Lindsay and Deering Da. still wqd and didn't spend Christ- Ass'n) at Manhattan Center Jan. C
-for vis are Dearing-and-Darling mas atlhome with Ids fatyBtm. 150 I BevN y Base... e S1DE GLANCES BY C lbreatH
gh Add New 2s: Doris Duke andHe spent it in Mexico th His dancer, and eorposer Dean Fullr
d- caster Bud Palmer. .Sloan Heart This Yule, he is di. merged at ope New Year's
Sb3pon's latest is a handsome forced, and didn't spend the hll- Day Phylls Bat-
one Argentyne. (Love Those Latins!) day with his Lady Friend, but with tell's new ool'm (replacing Laura
S. Jay Robinson, the wealthy Romelle, his ex-wife, and her fam- Hobson) in the Journal-
actor, gifted Debra Paget -sme- ily. .. Actor Sidney Blacka American tody. Secret Mar.-
S thing to remind her of him. A condition has improved following rage sli Aug: Songstress il-
S ey.. .Sinatra gets in the major surj.. Ethel Madsen dred Harrison to H. Fntall of
~oaettes with this doll and that. (Mrs. Doug Watt) gets a hefty tole The Ink Spote.
ut his Hollywood houseboy runs in "Naughty Marietta," the t -n
a bokay of posies to Havis Daven- tv spectac. The Walt Kellys (he's Pclitie k eep saying Mayor
port every mcrning .. D. F. Zan- the cartoonist) are imaging. Wagner'p ambitonlas to take nV I k ,
tuck is working weekends and holi- Marcia Motley (daughter of the late Daa'a Senate seat. Gov. Har
days on a Very Special Flash "Parade" prexy) is betrothed to riman may appoint himb to Sea.
Just heard that the Toots Shor Wm. Patterseu, son of the United Lehman's-if he retethe a '
waiter who served Berle has been Air Lines top man The back- un d term It he does.
switched to Gleason's table, ers of "Lunatics and Lovers" get who' e rayor? Abe
S --- their initial return next week. they .W "That'll inf te u-
In her statements to the press Three weeks after it opened an Jack who hopes 'to be Neowr
(regarding her splituation with Remember Faith Bacon, the fan Ycik'~ wt N mayer .. That
Maestro Stokowski) Gloria Vander- dancer? She's teaching ballet in controversial o Club plan to
hilt revealed "we have been dis.- Indiana Larry Puck (who al- take over aD N.. (
Seussn breaking away for three leges he was fired by Godfrey) runm 4t M elmt Park) ,
years But in the Fall of 1953 gave his fiancee a diamond ring to 2e heled.
wben this col'm indicated it, she weighing 6% karats. He cou:ldt arow" that pert a the d
denied it with "absolutely nothing afford it until Godfrey gave him a w a .
to the talk" The colm tried job. wel
Sga last Oct i18th with: "The d
or Stomkis will. soon mak e a That was quite a switch on e art
al' itaolIgont." Gloria is 3, but wags old bari e N eak e tr w g I t
r a ef her 73-year-eld groom): called 'The ad-n" at .
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y. ...-..... ..iction Stratoj#S C iide In Air; Fals, 1 Limps Back. omE
j t n LAKE CHARLES, La., Jan. 6 commander of the 806th air dlvi- teamed up 'i an M ir'aea racue is past Ih StAa. -i
I rA aI A (UP)--Two Stratojet bomb er, lion, said the stratojet snrmally attempt of the missing air en, mand.
|~. ..4h I capable of delivering the hydrog- carried a three-man crew, a pi- The collision occurred a out Thg. p ea -hav M
r0l Iki ri en bomb far behind the Iron Cur- lot, co-pilot and bombardier. :30 p.m. some 31) miles southeat gae. a 8_d .jc
tain collided last night over the State police reported a plane of the coastal village of Cameron the air, qlo7 tin pi
o .... c5 -i Gulf of Mexico. from the Ellington Air Force La., which is 40 miles south of almost any part o e
S:- u, -One of the planes crashed into Base at Houston, Tex., apo t t a d here. Boein e p as ..
W,. CHARLOTTE,? N.C., Jan. 6 p ve gifts, inh cluding a $12.t400 the chopp waters. The second wreckage thought to be that of The Weather Bureau said visit. builds the S l,-
WA TO Jan (P)he accepts "fu (UP)-A Californian convicted emerald ring, during a whirlwind lped bak to the Lake Charles the downed Sfratojet about 90 mi- ability was eightt miles and the cost about 3, e
olf Ladejnsky, labeled a "ae- sponalbflity for all the actions fleecing his 67-year-old bride O( e. air base "heavily damaged" but nutes after the collision. ceiling 4700 feet at the time of
urity risk" by the Agriculture taken In this case." $250,000 asked for a new tr t- Mr. Havens said that at hi net until one of the men aboard A seaplane from the Naval air the crash. A light wind prevailed, UTICA, N.Y.-UP-
rtment w accorded full Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D- day on grounds he was tried i ug she converted her Florida bailed out over the gulf. station at Corpus Christi, T ex., but a cold front in the Houston made known as re
clearance r another agenc proves the "security risk" charges cash which Six persons were believed to was en route to the scene, police Galveston, Tex., area had not yet suit brought in federal
eaterday and hired for a criti- Mint.) said the FOA action mosphere." n itcase the trunk have been aboard the two planes. said, while rescue boats search- moved in on this area. the GouldPape Copa
cal, cold-war land reform job In a aint Ladejinsky ,were a "lot Attorneys for Percy wliam their car. Four were believed missing, three ed the area for survivors. Mooney said it had not been ons Falls against
TIndochina. o baloney.n" 4ya d .8. of San I e d e e h on the bomber that crashed and A state police e port said the determined as to what wing the Lake Corp revealed that
The Foreign Oprations Ad- Stassen said his agency, which said U.S. attorney condu edIm- She sAd Hermnaleft her in the airman who bailed out of the wreckage of the wed plane planes were attached. The 44th were to "dispose of g
miniatrat1~o, headed by Harold has been seeking the 55-year- proper questioning throu tout the Virginia motel the day following second plane. had been spotted from1 the airland 68th bomber wings make up manner that will
E. Stassen, announced it has ap- old Ladejinsky's services for July trial In federal eou at Rich- thier marriage and disappeared Brig. Gen H. K. (Jim) Mooney, while scores of bots and planes the 806th division here. The base bears."
pointed the Russian-bonm farm three months, reviewed the ex- mond, Va., at which Herman was with the car and money.
expert to an $11,60 post In pert'a security file and "found sentenced to eight yeats in pd The government said Mrs. Ha-
iSouthera viet Nam. He hopes to im eligible for certification for A ary nd hi guilty of trans- testimony shau ld be allow.
Sgo there shortly, security and loyalty." porting property obtained through ruling that a wife can testify a- '
The White Hose revealed the stassen said he had talked raud in interstate commerce. bainst her husband if the offense
switch was made with Its bless- with Benson and the secretary Chaes were filed by Mrs. is committed against her.
iag expressed satisfaction that rade- Doyll. rather Havans. q. P a I m
Presidential press secretary jinaky's opportunity for employ- Beach Fla., who elalased, ermaU The three-man federal court un-
James C. Hagerty said "the White ment in FOA probably will make fled with $250,000 of her money der Chief Judge John Parker of ..
SHouse asked heads of the de- good use of his "special qualifl- while the couple was on a honey- Charlotte took the case under ad- .................... "
apartments and agencies involv- cationsa" moon trip from Florida to Wash- visement. There was no indicatipt. ........
ed to use their best Judgment The FOA noted specifically ington. whether a verdict would be hand-
In working out this situation. the State Department previous- ed down at the current session of
We believe that judgment has ly had cleared Ladejinsky un- Herman was arrested by a eort
been enerelsed." der President Blsenhower's se- agents in New Yq after an G-, 5
Ladeflnsky, naturalized Amer- curity program. tensive search. 5L\
inan who supervised Japanese LadefArin in government Imp ronper queg by f tC\
land reforms after World ar service 19 years was ousted aft- on whieb the defense
II, aid he was "grateful for the er Congress transferred the jobs veal for a new -trial- V
privilege of continuing to serve of agricultural attaches from the of thI U t n .. "..
my country and for the faith' state to the Agriculture Depart- Court of Appeals f i
and confidence shown by this meant. His removal produced However, de fen s e attorneys I
administration in my character, protests by the U. 8. ambassador George R. Humrichhouse a n d I.
my abtltles, and my loyalty." to Japan, the Japanese govern- Robert Pollard Jr. of Richmond, |
He said he would "not sit In ment and some members of Con- discussed at length only three oth. W KELEY Cal
Judgment" on Secretary Ezra T. gress. er points. versity of California
Benson, who concurred ip the His new role will be super- One charged a "total lack of eqo.ing to the cone
Agriculture Department's Jind- vision of land reforms in South- evidence" substantial t i n g the Juvenle delinquency
ing that Lade lnsky was a se- ern Viet Nam to counter Red charge that Herman transported largely a personal ihA *-QI-*
curity risk an ordered his re- Influence and prevent the whole the money from Florida to New Dr.T.R. arbin, assoela
moval as U. S. agricultural at- of the new-divided Indochina York. "Aside from, the alleged ad. sor of psychology at the n -
tache in Tokyo. state from' going Communist in mission of the deftudant, there is sity's'Bereley campus, and a re-
"I leave this to his fellow- elections in 195h. no evidence to show the money search assistant, Donald S. Jones, A NES STAN DD O F
men," LadeJlnsky said. Humphrey said the FOA ac- ever left Florida," said umrick released a preliminary report onA NEW W O RLD STAN
Benson stuck y his decision tion does not clear u a "basic house. their studies which said the young
that Lade kya "security weakness" n the aminisra- U.S Dist Atty. James R. Moore psychopathic deliuen A T O M O TIVE PERFO RM A NCE
risk." He told an overflow news tion's security pi-ogram that lets said Herman had told Mrs: Hav- 0lfferent personality from the non-
conference he "did the best I one agency condemn an official ens and FBI agents he had the delinquent.
could with the facts at hand," and another clear him. money deposited in several New His intra rsonal" factors play
d e uareae a d co secur tyh cAgrglture Dea ns "The fact that he was obvious- .anajor role in turning the adoles-
two equally reonable and con-security charges against Lade- ly lacking in funds in Florida cdnt to delinquency, they said. NW N L A
ascentious men to reach differ- jinsky admittedly were basedon coupled with his abundant folding The report added that the delin-
a ent conclusions on such a case." material already in his State De- money in New York should ind-. quent: (1) does not follow instruc-
Benson also said he still has apartment file. He had been cate he did take the money," said tions and tends to substitute other
"full confidence" in Milan cleared repeatedly by State of- Moore. activities whenever an assignment C TT A
Smith, his executive assistant ficlals. The defense also claimed that becomes monotonous or fatigu-
who drew sharp fire for releas- The department cited especall- testimony by Mrs. Havens should ing; (2) is not realistic at sizing
ing an allegedly "anti-Semitic" ly the fact Ladejinsky still has not have been allowed as under up himself; (3) has a mechanical @
letter on Ladejinsky, and J. sisters living in Russia, a situa- common law, a wife cannot testi- ability that is apt to be hampered
Glenn Canlty, Agriculture De- tion it felt might subject him fy against her husband. when pressured; (4) tends to be
partllent security officer who to Soviet pressure. Ladejinsky She had told of meeting Herman slow m making decisions; (5)
S found Ladejlnsky a "risk." said he does not know whether at an auction gallery in P a I m may be impulsive in vague situas-
The secretary emphasized sev- his sisters are alive. Beach and showering him with ex- tions.
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& FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSu RESORTS. l
Househol Automobiles ANN LATTN School of Dce Phillip. Oceanside cottage ,.. rad .......
Soue. announces a new branch location Santa Clara. Box 435, Balbo money pr ,-
FOR SALE:-Whirlpool washing FOR SALE:-1 52 h ad- at Cocoli Clubhouse.first floor. Phone Rma 3-17, C a l b 1 6 ami
mach ne. 60- cycle. 30 allon; Ate. as*ellet n"di S. A eal The classes frerli conduct bal 3-1673.. t
Leonard water heater. Both ex- boreeln. Can be ewn at NM. 21 at Kcbbe In Wednesdays and
6 Tivol Avenue. nemibe available. Contact Mr. usual schedules. Phone Kobbe Cottages.' Modei" canven! cCBa LL L uWyo Sumv rtiC4-
Z8 No I Autoovene___ Vista. 62Z8 or Bi.boo 4415. moderate ratel. Phone Guam prenLwre .( IOvI .
FOR SALE 97 pieces English 6-441. ro, onriouOia lnstiAued Rotary "
Dolton dishes, h pattern. FOR SALE --1949 Pontiac 2-dr -SALE FosTs'5cSA 'os C u. SOl u o -GSGM. TOBACO DIPS1
Calab4sh Street,Bspdon with Hylrbmatic. radio, SALE C wtil Lbp k UAL m Cp.yll, 0; AW
I 159 Clh Sree Blboo. heater, etc. Priced ft $600 for '*Pai past itI .Cfa rq1 b W b R ur anu .uOuipkuy, ,4; amr. U. had les tobacco to
1I FOR SALE:--.M. table and 4 quick sale. Call Albrook 2116 or CeflbneOUl Phl -Am B"a e' U.ib. u es, ib. a. tr- Ot" MIre- exact, the amount
chairs $15: couch $20; high 4289. __ .l d mockingtbac-
S chair 8; 19539 Kenmr; 2was9h- FOR SALE:-Police pups. Chanis WLL SpDClar e h u, ; a & p a; wa. .In lart (
S ng machine, 60-cycle, $200. FOR SALE:-Less than S200- Farm, Old Ponamq Road. across at ta refrigeration, a ru rut 8. h ., taacco each dr
21n. 9B Seo' Ave. ccolcl, C.Z Coupe in excellent condition. For the street from police booth. ahorog. Is 30G .m(L 4ak L e mBy, ; (Avaa, a at o.CtobqccoA
2- o ol, Z city or country. e$ 'ltrt.f Call Lp anu e oumpauy a- tp from 1.45 toi
S FOR SALE: Bargaoin modern 2F-3784 Balboa. SALUt! ians mo.e than a gbod .P u r. r i u nll unuicu; s.y 4 b olo
wardrobe, bleached $65; Maic ------ drink wen it is before the fire- p tbe ta Clor, -If. t .. ..fr- b.e i w, (h e- -
Chef stove $75. Call 3-2743. FOR SALE:-'47 -Cod$lac, duty place in the charmingiv decorat-. e Blbo, 1172. Comp ; (a.l
_., ,. paid. 4-door, Hydrrmaotic, radio, edond comfortable lounge of El ..,..ni. i jLu;, Su i ..--
'FOR SALE:-Porcelain refrigera- excellent conaon. Phone Cu- Pononronte Hotel, Boquete, R.P. RENT i.neri b.tumpW m-
nr. 25-cycle; washing machine, rundu 83-22 _____ The cheerful fire takes the edge ... -' ploStw, au; eiry r Muty, 10;
hou 2-cycle divon- bed and other a FOR SALE: -1941 Plymouth s- off the night cold Mo. Reserva- e 4e uu-.n Aipi" ia ; tr ~a ut4
us-40B, f e. dan. Quarry Heights 3160 during tions by air mil or telegraph. "- A 25; ,Aurn 6 Ur o
'8.- working hours; Balboa 2.4171 FOR SALE:-Set of men's golf FOR RENT:-For 3 months, com~- lv.bt; ucu O b uay cnous,
FOR SALE:-Whirlpool gas.ou- after 4 p.m. clubs and bag $15; Phone Bal- pletely fimlshed house, 3 bed- ; a'uc bie m eav.Jdo., Jum-
tomotic washer. I10, 60-cycle; boa f003. rooms. Bella Vista. Dial 3-5283 pauyes, 16; AnULcW anfd 4JOmpa-
'0-gol. gas water heater; Bendix FOR SALE: Duty aid 1942 from 4 to 7 p.m. oy Ampulyu, 4.-WI; iVd-. lo ;v-
gas clothes dryer; baby walker, Do sen2 re FOR RE -Ridec wi ; ya Scot
liy pen, high chair, .48-cup cof- Call Balboa 2-4268. FOR RE T:-Residenc with maltl ia,; O u..; Sot "
SOlay pn, high chair, 4 8-cupecofO- le- hoe conveniences, well furnishe, 4 anu b or, z; ienriquea ad V .,
ia f. ur; 100' gs a pipe; FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet Idrooms. living ,oori 10; Ju/ o aa., 4; e r.-M"e, ao *S
S bridge chars. Pnoma 3-5130. Bel Air s.ean. just like new. r *l.A. ,oom, k i o cuh n, studybd.m irds i .a n, 2;
FOR SAE:--Dresser; Westing- 0599 A Boono Street, Ancon.room. For more details telephone ineRev. anai rs. aUei Atl-
1 house refrigerator, 25-cycle;: Phone 2-2744. 3-4712. oen ; ian1y lMenoan,
ber arm hairs: small table radio, FOR SALE: 1 953 Singer c ar, w 1 uy L
60-cycle; wooden chairs. North excellent condition. Phone BalR
gumI A apartments 10on bhrh, D; A anii tu Irsta
T LOST & FOUND WANV TED P Ii ATTiNTION 6.1.1 Just built onbL, bb;m arans. itaf
4- LOST Atonobiles &modem furnished apartments, L. Durcl, l7; Cnrzb, uUrch Am-
SLOST: Margria. Bck nd A nto ile PanIrama 3494I y ana. Mrs. u-ran l
S-whlte female spaoed cat, January WANTED TO BUY: Jeep or DI"PAeS, 2; Mr. and Mre. Clam-I
07 I St. Named Cindy. Reward. Cris- oonel truck. odd condition. Tel- By iM Y CARTER FOR RENT:-Best located fur- a naers ; Miss syvis Cmiouen
ui tobal 3-2496. phone .2-5702. Written for NEA Service nished apartment. Splendid for 1; Mr. Carmen Fawcett. 2; M lm
to one or tw couples. 43rd Street myrtle Bryant, 2; inry D uap,
No. 13. 1; 3riatoa iAA U;me Le
Pana. m a Line 3caFhngs RENT eud -l d- J ua unOrde
-, modern conveniences, well locat- Corporation, 25; Coral Chapter
S, d at-Bello ista. ailailel t NO. d,.36Crlatobal Eastern ttr
iorge H .'H iodrick assistant Mrs. August F. Faix; Mr. and owe- til 3--44fm I S to lub, 14 Auror Lodgea No.s a N
.secretary of the Army and chair- Mrs. Jesse t. Settle; Miss Jes- p.m. 1k, COtInO; Syria ample No.
i man ofthibe board of directors of sie M. Gill and Mr. and Mrs. 50 M, Col. 4; CMaL Z'Om
I aa C rap al company, Hector M. Grant. FOR RENT: Furnlished oprt- Workin Diva s dustria
7 oiimabers o.Ab W. and Mrs. Rufus J. H rdy; mnt: 2 large rooms with t Division 103.86; Comnissary Dl-
oflre ftoandasmeberof the Mr.and Mrs. a rOU B r.- .tK coriicns b a vion, 83.1; Maintenae m v1- .
lip W2.Ut"",
J p ra e u st cV oe *B3
to- an~UPn a WMr.. 114 : sl
y a, th .Pa ni isr of the M r. W alter P.. J,.; ... "..' -, .
pna sazaUna for Cmitobal.. Mr. R. M. Je) er; Mr.jiz Mrs. FO' RENT: -- Aptmmffo *.. e M1i HOll, _-. _" _.
.Roderick and the other mem- Jampes .Jone; Reverend J- .- C+i a O ffice,. I 4..vgniilJ to ,it. ivt too, i; Criatobal rUe -, : ... ... .,
bars of the board are coming to rome Juchdiswic; Mis oJan M. Arsenmeao No. 73. Cl 3-029. Department, 18.50; Mt Hlpe l
the athlmus for the quart _Kalrdutoush; Mr. and Mrs. Earl\ FOR ENT:-Modem duplex, Epl P t Shop, 3.50; iost Office,
meeting of tOe beard of -d tI. 0Eenty sad two children; Mr. I Congr Two C l, 12; Rainbo
tori to be held next week In th.e and Mrs. Lawrence Kohlman ; room and both, Iaundry raom; ~i cll, 14; Water abor,-;
Sroom the Adminisat Mr. and Mra. Wlter H. Kuhrt; rage, $125 monthly. Inquire :ties, 72; Fed Mantenance Dl-
t~Buildlnrg Rev. Danil McOlllicuddy; Mr.' 39th Street No. 34. vlon, U.S. 16; Field Mavin
iBoard l mberae .in on the Alpin MadVean; Mrs. Thaddcusl teaance Divtalon, Local, s; tMar-
teIam are Mfj. Oen. Julla M. Machrowlczs; Mr. and Mrs. OR RENT: Funished aport- garlta School, North (Ms. Moo-f
former Panama Cal 'Theodore H. Manner; Mr. aend .---....- ments,. Bell. Visto.: riota r, go, maw, s2; M rara t Schiool,
orvnom.; 'Theodore .. Mae d Mrs. Leonard Malw ; Mr. and MrL It was cod on the nh of b. stove. $60 and $7. Vry cool. Soth (MrS. Rung) 10; Healat
owr,.Johi W. Martyn, Charlemi. !Jaime A. Marchuo k and dau- 1951, sandd h a n hone 3-1648. Office in Colon, 4; Electrieal Di-
S ld, ad Howard C. Pates. and Mrs. John Medllng and l of people at the St N ola FOR RENT: Furnished apart- visaon 13; latuN t elementary
Te onigresaman is .Thd ghter, Mr. John W. Martyn; Mr. Arena to see Jimmy Cauter, a ment, one or two bedrooms. Air School., 2 and Coco Solo HB-
M-. Machrowiczs, Demdcrat f two Mhldren; Dr. and Mrs. Rob- home town guy, have his hrrt Force and Army neighbor. Reg- pitl, 2.0.
Michigan, who sla accompalt rt E Moffatt; Mri, and Mrs. Paul New York fight in two years. ular tmnsportation. Moderate ----------
by Mrs. Machrowlcs and a H-W. organ and 'two children; I had a good night, however, rent. Phone 3-0491. t *
ti of friends, who are making Mr. Joseph E. Noonan; Mrs. Del- giving Parcy Bassett a good lick-. '-- isr t Ie
d Hround-trip on the Panama. la J. Noopan; Mr. and Mrs. Fish- ing. Until this time, I'd been a IR RENT RR s J i A u a
Also expected to sail on t er Olteaburg; Mr. and Mrs. Har- road fighter, taking on oy r il .A rmelyid .V.rIStrb- oi5
nama for Criatobal is J. Rufts ry Oosterom; Mr. tnd Mrs. How- throughout the country every- R -
Hardy, chief of. the Press a d ard C. Petersen; ~_lua Jessie 8. where-but in New York, where ____0__ __ "" CIlC l RIoom
Publication,, and Mrs. Hardy.. Pugh and Mr. and Mrs. Henry were. POR RENT: Beouifl fur. -.
In addition to the 112 pan en- C. PYtell.,ndt
g si for the Isthmus,, s Mr. and Mrs. Jgmes F. Red.- When I walked o e rig she rnoc,t oeAu both _Ce".o"n ot bal-
's tos a 'l for Haiti. The com- mond and daughter; Mr. and with the uninimous decision over and, privatentrancea .52 d St.mintv beattWite n ,,
,3 Iete advance passenger list for Mrs. Charles 8. Reed; Repre- Bassett, the fight crowd began to No. j. Phone 3-0638. of-bussn a thee ain d
bal follows: sentative and Mrs. George H. talk about me r .the first time.-I th -r-Ivet-
S IM er and Mrs. Hardid Rodeick Mr. Georg e Rosen- The aeond my, big break R A E a efeOrlAi ti h I da
o, -Arnold; Mr. and Mnr. n lth; judge dMsFne and wri. IraB n. ".-,a .t --e- F -'ALE. a... ria, Servi aeter. .19
S''.av; Willam Barr eminske; MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. h..... d Boats-& fotor. me e
Mr. J. Barret; Mrir. Ji L. So&ley; Mr. and Mrs. I w membersan.senwt-e
T t lens; nd i Schuiter and tow 'at gave the men Ike Wl- FOR $ALE -954 3-hp. John-. -ated ;were Carl mwhN, d'I
s.;.1. Mr. and Mrs. 7. C. ama' camp the idea tn I wns son ou prd.new cenditien, very W de, M. a
M. v BkUll Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin an rand-oumter-tc pe et few. hs, $85. Phoe Bal l. 1 003c. Wiliford,.i *KuuO -, W.
l.Dam: Representative an Smith; Mr. and Mrs. James F. kw ?orke defend his wr i ...... ".: H J A 7 .
a'hdmas c. Desmond; Mr. Sell; Johbr RI."Thomson; Mr lightweight ti tlsPto.t -' 84.+- 954 3-hp. John- L. S sa if n, T
S land Mrs. Harry Dill; Mrs. MU- and Mrs. StanlA V'queO" and "They c-ed to chal eee s outboard motor, new condl- l'. "',_llersr. +|,-P
Drote and daughter Mr. Mr. and Mrs. ard K. Wil- uorthuee wag at Ma- ti~^ve wr
land Mrs. Lorenz Ernat; Mr. and bur. orn .Square Gardefl. aJo 3 .were Virgil C. ,iaed. rea |
F-R S---: 1953 Evin HeRr7 T. Carpealtoir. NI Vie.
SI that one,! made my ow 7 board. excellent Presidnt; Mr. i ag
,Ia ; .. .....breaks and knocked cut a great dt ster Chico o y g g 4 i
CUE champion in the 14th round. record r. e 86tle .ll"or o h
k!a!stle De5 y l H. Vert 3 days T NEho: L w SALE
r Canal Zone 5 S-iWyer 0 FOR SALE.-.-Fumished hou .
Q,,. .....inder Mainine Ferd.,. South Ambrican an ..t. a 00". 0 IIrIsf rdotn c
,, *K, Cylinder Customlit. Fordors Slides At JWB *o;,T;nd. N. 3iero .
Fg utmlne Fordor yeryU1raent o' r *a. a Na
ff a, ..... Mt. _- lomotJ Swar vpnl re, IW N'ml. 4 i I
vu es Victoria Coup. multrai d ot a l autmo--
.. S %.n Wagon 8 Pait. be trip through S*padr. P rt.
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IOOQUOIS TRAIL"
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Jean Peters
"STORY OF MALTA"
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"FRANCIS JOINS THE WACS"
DONALD O'CONNOR
JULIA ADAMS


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Dairy Surplus Problem Mendes-France SetsOut Police Chief


RAM FY W. g Tossed Back to Congress or Ital, West Germany oA
i JWALD JACOBT -- -- of Santa Fe province wp stib
yWri ten for NSA Service WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UP) Outright dairy subsidies were P .te J. chet afshot in
0 Secretary of Agriculture Ezra advocated by former Agriculture PARIS, Jan. 6 (UP)-Premier presentation has been employed tempted assassination th
-- -- T. Benson today tossed the politi- Secretary Charles F., Branan Pierre Mendes-France set out on in one variation or another. Each street Tuesday.
SO vWOOD -en (NEA) Guys looking for an "Anne lBaxter cally-touchy problem of mounting but were rejected by (~bress in his last diplomatic mission as fr- party puts up a list of candidates, The chief, Santos Gimine, 4
and Ddls: Being a good actress type." Anne laughed and said: NORT daiy surpluses back to Congress. 1949. Last summer they were ap. eign minister today for Italy and from which several deputies are drew his revolver as he fel.
doe'I mean a thing in Holly- "Honey, don't feel badly about 4S Benson submitted a report out. proved for wool only. Germany to push plans for an elected. The seats are doled out shot one of his assailants. fo
woo uless, Agela Lanbury wl m trying to avoid be g cast Iining three ways of dssg of The subsidy plan works i k e arms ool that would be the found- in proportion to the vtes of each Both Gimnez and the
argoe ut, "on great stories as the Anne Baxter type myself." 1 A Q S multi-million dollar butt- and this: action for a future United Europe. party. Alexis Castro de la Riesra
and rtued wn the public's Anne's confession about getting A T. I cheese stocks now stacked in gov. The government sets a support He left in the middle of a grew- were in serious tonditon A
hr b studio." into high gear as an actress on W sT AST ernment warehouses. He did not rate. The farmer sells his product ing political storm at home over Critics o proportional represent ond assailant German e
Her seik acting as a "critic's U-I's "Tacey" set: ,- 4 Jlo0 4K745 recommend a:y of them. for whatever consumers are will- france's electoral system that he ation have contended that with 38, fired on.Gimnez and -wq
actress" in MGM. movies "made "For a long time I suffered the 2y Q 9 4 I The report was almost cetin inag to pay. If the selling price is started himself in an attempt to France's many parties, the sys- ed him in both thighs as he
nice drawing room conversation," misfortune of looking like someone J to touchoff anewrn of lower than the support price the rebuild his political power weak- tern leads to a stalemate in the fro the knife woun
sas ltd "but if I had re- Ise. gressional efforts t st dairy farmer gets the ierence in a ended by the National Assembly National Assembly, with no party The two assailants were arrest
mained at MG I wo Id have had actress the producer had in mind b 0 Bd) price supports or even v rite an subsidy heck. debate on German rearmament. being able to command sufficient ed but a third man who
os a w e ha ae s odu hd tid entirely new dairy wiouo m. densou said the B r a n n a n Shortly after p he departed strength, them to the scene eaeapre.
no all. vsw me the make-up _an would be told ..-...1r ..
ta arag ter es. Now to finish the b I alnthe 1 0 Spokesmen for dairy farmers Plan" type of subsidwould cost frcm his office at thequa d' Or-
4,gna chance to lay bus of g imitations. I are. divided on just what they about 350 million dollars a year say for Villacoublay airport out-,.h
i -luding leading wasn't able to p et a ongle in- 4 QJ3 want. Last summer administra- as against 150 million for th ie Paris from where he and his
dividual.-spark i I stopped Hol- tion leaders blocked moves to present program. But b he explain- wife took off for Italy and
L, h.,.princess wivth lywocd frmmaking me carbon Both sides vulnerable boost government price supports ed that the increased cost in tax days quiet rest before he begins
O ht mnd in "The copy of somebody else." oth W4s NOMth on dairy products to 80 per cent es would be offset by the lower his efielal visit next week. FASTEST TO _
101W Ala's r "I PaA ss Pass of the "fair" parity price. retail prices for cheese, butter Inormd sources sid Mendes- ASTTO
s the wdes ries t es rlc so DONALD O'CONNOR In re- I N.T. Pass .T Pa Under the present law the gov- and milk. Frane would promise b ....
ever lived'n hearing his telefilm show, fre- s P ernment buys surplus butt r, and Gertmany a share in develop-
W" quently bounces around the stage, Ope g le *4 cheese and non-fat milk solids The advantage of t&e subsidyy ing France's ch.. North African
Jack Webbs passion for "ust laying all the roles of three or whenever the market dips below plan, Benson said is th, free territories in return for support
the facts ma'am" as'TV's cr- cur others in the cast. It'k his the support rate. movement of all dairy products of his arms pool plan.
geant Friday has turned him to way of getting the "feel" of the Today's hand looks as though it Benson has authority to fix the in normal, commercial markets. He was expected to sound out t only non-
a mighty suspicious character, script, might have been taken out of a rate between 75 and 90 per cent. Benson's report dubiously sug- both Italian Premier Mario Scelba
evei ut hsiious character, Re inds meof the t was de l of doparity. Since last April 1 t he gested production ad aretii and later West German Chancel. l h
Recently he received a letter of was in the Army and was ashed a few weeks ago in the national rate has been 7a5 per cent. o ntrol as rized the thdaird method rplof r onrad Adne enauer on the mainin enwu -
protest about something on "Drag- to write and stage a musical com- championships in Washington. Lew di t turl l n of arnew pFre m an wi e .. ..
net," The letter was signed by 11 edy for a cast of 35. He labored Mathe, the Los Angeles brid use of federal subsidies to encour- problem. I du opun the arms -non estn pps,
On a.e Sergeant Friday hn Came the first call for ta- an a e advantage e Armed F forces. Ie said they might )i success- European Union (WEU) Meeting modernn airliners in South
Jack sent the pan note to the Los ant and ohly -thle yawning pri- it. Benson is on record as favoring ful to son extent but th t beginning here Jan. 17. .. Americ pressuried
Ankeles police department's hand- vates showed up. Overnight, M It -- the present program. However, would be hard to assure r In a major session just a few and lirconditioned for
he said direct subsidy p ts treatment to the nations' 1% mil.d Premier 'n tt onsid"ra r : iiiii-ii
writing division. In a coule of of the camp elted e ad West opened the three of spades, he said direct subsidy payments treatment to the nations b or he rem i il ..
da the came e. been transferred. and Mat played the king fr to farmers would wipe out the lion dairy farmers because their ture, the French cabinet consid- youcomfortrndsof.
ames were fr- need a cast f 35, complain- the East hand. South played lo surpluses at no additional cost to problems vary so greatly from red three main topics, affecting
Se t s by the sama peat ed bon to. his commanding of- and Mathe continued with a low the taxpayer. section to section. It gavEre Mendes-France the go- Afri yal.e
Sspade to declarers queen. ahead for next week's vital con-
ak What should I do?" a nDeclarer n rally decided to go feren ce with Scelba adl Adenauer.
A l hoe r tmn announce .hand- ves showed I. Loet, ms -
HivN'S annodue 'l "Improvise, re ed after the diamonds. If entries t Caribbean Girls State Is It decided to scrip the propor-
e t has explained and Donald "mbs both hands had been plentiful be tional representation voting sys-
re ctty- ol to O mber s how might have led to the ace of dig ,tem of pot-liberation days return
Swith il d playg 15 aracters elf. ods first and then returned to M1 to the single district electoral
de R e his own hand in order to lead a or ar.- pr. mechanism of the pre-war Third 7 Colo;
lieve her. e reaction of Dolores -I "' q u. e g ilarerys queen.
,on ..m la..,,+,.,+ to I thereblc.|aar!,dAdenaer s .. 4
S c o loe limited the diamond loss to one The cabinet also heard a report
Gray, the B w-y .tar.e .. .. trick.- Caribbean Girls State which is mittee whose members rep esen t'from the Premier on still-dragging
__Btt( jouuas A a~it h oer, ountre alry ft~~ n lieuIpti of Leg Au y an an ne ei a e f ure could touch
1Iy--4DE n As It hop *bo*eve, South of bleoroe in IsN oT o S
oe. ans .e bo .ett y-- o. 1 btrlae 0am r age .er tando tt hea another the pwav of bloodsl aste bed in S G S
th he decided to esse the ueenof the structure and function g of On the ta for ne- French North Africa.
verY .r ai m o m e an pt diamonds 0n the first round of th the government of the United half days session be former ndes-France's maor aims in THEATERS TONIH
tirla arli t OB In show bumness Even the weather man has suit. athe woe with the king of Stites and to prepare themselves Girl Staters and wmn with e
rs oeigt t r o batn promised to cooperate with the diamonds and retuned-what do for active citizens ill be held cal qualifications for this type of Italy will beto tighten relations
Say ea w. A ~ti ade? There would be 31 th a B g e P nt their foreign and economic poll A 6:15 5 D B :
cSa.. b' no story in a sead retur, for Fort Gulick, Canral Za w h f m weon e. o en cies closer and win support for
o e rvof the a il le space Suth would ma his brac Through the courtesy of Major a echro sed ar plwit eu
andh a e oib n Declarer Would win with the ace General McGarr, Commandingwe1inent.VA "K*ng of the Rhyben 331 --
w.g.,for the ......int ia d ..a. da mo. Caibanat n de comoeani o .o da f ater n the wee e wi go. to + *
a:h. ol 5 mpo-. d or yl merola*ts and of spades, ta the ae e of dia. General, United States Ar mmt Tr. PER MI L 7H
TuOWlid An.a Mi -bur1*te_ of Poanama and C- Thoe aef eders would win t wo of th United States Army permit thae session ill be Leon. West Ger many o cn i I with
,we urebarse ad m woet sce ne in -- manry of thesm have ac- "n TL -, 1- -----
r- a hloe asnenl nd the e the hae spades and two diamonds, but'then son has been ven for the tem- ard Brockman who assisted m Adenauer. The major talks I
e.. While To re the services of somt e of eclarer would be ready to take ora e of ste during this making the 19 session success Bonn will seek to heal Franco-
warbed Lond Tn You Kno wa the beat commercial artists in the rest. s ession.s ful. The services of the staff are German disagreements, particul. -I8$108rFi dy"OHLE
saban' ePolhlaog r tiplays. Maae o hf year Pthe Mert has P .. .. in Italy, the arms P D.ool- proposal
-wearin osnly a ho and lays. cluMathe returned the kin off afforded girls living in this area Vice Chairman of Girls State and close economic c opera tional h St *.l UK JT E A

eWhe a Ig i i A nd ,thi tha ae Th ra proit w i Mrs En Bls ereo no- mithe lcofpaer embodno ao- thLBA Ro.br5 3 "FIHTR ATTCAS
oMlyianMa w a hlf-p n cons tucti o n o bo thsfrwth dummy'space_ eofcubs Te hug thebn livin gme mber o te BPo ard__ The cabinet's decision to change! _"__ _
*tlogae des. thaen made ~andsr pas Th- would be th o dd e o ithe. i y this program. This program are: Mrs. Graye le Gravatt, De- the electoral p s e ms Iws I n I
and dAn n anre- dreate ssd e l o o thee d. aes endorsed by the Schools D vi. apartment President; Mrs Lydia t in principle" and the details of
ne k.w 'aw mo.re1 1rd "ethan n rin gfor a horse show, which mndsaG t e te n t e work MARGARITA 6:15 Tr 5:2r C TBAL ,1,I
mTo dnad be one of t he stellar attrac- the defoiders could switch back to rvthe hi oanr i to ca n aOte w e.
rwe l t i MA9a n tions, has ben completed. Ita t has a. spades and thus win two spades The program provides an op. Mrs.l ed B Crawford Mrs. Fran- out and a law embodyingmaor them 0 Robert MICH



Laira "Lsl N-goern" ine edt droneo a tdb bor hse mm- Eleato Beck-er; Mrs. Ver IUnd the pre-wa syth e ca n- n8 KinT o WLE IONT
stg te hors a better chance to' s -l uth actually mad abbc c a Fri. "SOUTHWEST P ASSAG"AlsShow
taWe the jumps onh the tu rs. for his contract by taking the ace States," where they learn, n- membe will be announced at trictwith only one candidate e-
ava r o h s, t e o rrin th woud be red too thke d fr the b e leadersi ts a lerdt e. Dre i ea ch party, as in t
foar -'wa All In all the fair ,i shaping of clubs and "owing with the ner the bstoleadr shipes taan- polther dae. l again be Bo$rd0_,,n II United ",,ta,"es.
r, hb... e conwommit- queen of clubs. There was ao of ls oa e b t .l s o............... n..an ......-. SO' 6:15 -L ,
Pt ed ars tee has chosen for it'sp s Than- co. hanc a the enter would dropo rtoouus'nJt T -evr, c ri trd the
The inest Fair of F v in which case he would have i More than 12,000 irls each rational fund of Caribbean Since there are so many par- I A L
Se i be on s a t c b tricks. West discarded a low year attend the 4 Girls States ties in France, runoff elections was
S ie it the United States. Checks or money orders may provided for if one candidate fail-



tf th t Ca bean Girls State is m mailed to: to win an absolute majority SANTA CRUZ 6:15 -
m ) ,tuorhm bnaopleted wate s then a ad thuwadrrro boae m-p Gil t ten. n b o vt w
's ers eln to the American Le- ecca L. Hatten, Boer 2562e Cis o- the ahrgest n mer v
S(, B een md hrer Trwstrhen pel- tda d ubl e dum my
18th. R Kiel s fa r thws -n doubh du i on of the bal, Canal Zone. Checks should the winner.
APa o ae"e.e lo ote tpoh ehs a Girls State, Mrs. 1 ebe made payable to: Caribbean Since the war proportional -,
tit pus oltre. m P et ter into He t ok a tuae made grteart and
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Iarry Pritts To Start No Races Pacific Twilight Loop To Get'

'OnMoundForSmokers This Week At Underway Sunday Af'ernoon

---- PJuan France
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PANAMA PRO LEAGUE STANDINGS Juan ranco Twilight--- League---
T m- The Pacific Twilight League
Teams- Won Lost Pet. GB one rain at the Juan I I I will get the 1955 season under-
Smokers 57Franc ranc ee track has been r UI KIC arCS DUI 1 way Sunday, January 9 at 1:00
Smokers.......... .. .. 8 6 canceled for this weekend. p.m. with a doubleheader listed
Ytk, 9 7 .563 The Panama Gambling Con- in which all teams In the league
i n 11 .389 3 trol Board (Patronato) yester- T T will participate. The first game
... .... day ruled that out of respect N Ieam ITI I ICc JinX is scheduled to begin at 1:00
to the memory of the late e p.m. Immediately after the open-
Ss'ONIGHT'S GAME (At Panama, 7:30 p.m.) sports loving President Jose ing game ceremonies.
smokers (Pritts 2-1) vs. Sodamen (Socha 1-2) Antonio Remon there will be ff The League will operate with
no horse races at the national B i Nt Y ar four teams this year with the
or (Clarke 1-3) track over the weekend. A t DB U- Ice ext ea Lucky Strikers, Womack Distil-
The decision is based on the lers and American Leglonaires
By J. J. HARRISON JR. Ident and the field box he oc- fact that the country is In a and the 7401st Signal teams.
coupled for so many years, state of national mourning. By STEVE SNIDER Miller and Jim McDonald from Games will be played at the
Smoker manager Stanford usually in the company of Mrs. Racing will be resumed next the Yankees. Balboa Stadium on Thursday
Graham announced this morn- Remon, appears closed with week. NEW YORK, Jan. 6 (UP) In a later purchase from and Thursday nights commenc-
ing that he will send southpaw the President's empty chair Paul Richards is building a Brooklyn he landed third base- Ing at 7:15 p.m. and with a dou-
Harry Pritts against right-hander draped in mourning colors, brand new team for Baltimore man Blly Co, an acknowledged bleheader slated for every Sun-
George Socha or lefty Vibert It will take Pro League ans in an effort to lick the "sopho- fielding genius. Rio line- day afternoon at 1:00 p.m.
Clarke of the Sodamen tonight a long time to get accustomed iDayt l yers more jinx" at the boxoffice next dia ced he the Don Bowen returns to manage
at the Olympic Stadium at 7:30l to the absence of Don Chichi, y ear. A n the the Lucky Strike nine with B ll
Pritts has won two games, who rarely ever missed a game The brioles turned a tidy e ue and nobody tock as coach and with the fol-
both from the Sodamen and at the Stadium and often left profit on sheer fan enthusiasm eialm. lowing players signed to play
suffered his only defeat at the his box to converse with friends las t son as major league s Cnat third. Miranda at Larry Jones, Webb Hesarne, Bob
hands of the C.V. Yankees and players near the home team baseball returned to Baltimore short, lo"0 Young at second Medlnger, Bob Ridge, Bill de la
Neither o h a (1-2) or dugout. for the first time in more than and Triad at first, soldity is Mater, Dennis Fasman, John
Clarke (1-3) have yet been a- League officials met yesterday 1 half a century but a slump was assured on defense. Young is the Owens. Egon Telchert, D a I
ble to bt the Smokers this and decided that the postponed Tcertain to follow unless Paul oPly holdover. Shiuter. Dick Cox, Gus Kosik.
year. game of Dec. 17 between the Again acted fast on his own to takee Various other moves by Dick Hendryslk, Bud Huldquist
Toilght's game will be the: Yankees and Smokers as to be the first division by '55." Yarchd have removed a to- Dave Kelleher, and Manuel
first played since Sunday the played this Saturday might at He acted so swiftly that more WI of ) Orioles and brought Mora.
night President Remon was as- the Stadium at 7:30. than 40 athletes have been in- in additional h a n d 4 like Paul Mohl will pilot the Amer
salted -- and a win for the NEW YORK, Jan. 6 (UP) volved in various trades and 'Preacher Roe, Johnny Pesky, lean Legion Post No. 1 team a.
f 8ito s would put them one- The Yankees will engage the Dayton's Flyers, halted In their more deals are to come. lSaul Rog n Hoot Ea gain with Tommy Price assisting
halt game ahead of the Yankees Sodamen at 'Mount Hope next climb toward the top of the na- We'll be look Ing for Stl, ft tde Marsh, Don as coach. To date the teams has
who presently are virtually tied Monday at 7:30 and Ladies tional basketball rankings by two strengthen trades right u Jo on, Matt Batt,, and Don as coach. To date the following players
up for the lead, eight percent-I Night will be on Fridays in- tournament defeats, st a r ted to the rdng deadline next Lippert. flln club Frank Makosky Jerry Halman
age points behind he Smokers. stead of Mondays from now on. zoomn upward again today on Jne," Pul promised. t's admittedly a fllsomn club FraWillnkiam Prt tosky, JerBuddy oalman, Rob
A Sodamen triumph would As announced in this paper the wings of a victory over a Everone knew Paul was a to give Baltimore a little some- William Pretto. Buddy Volz, Rob
make the situation real close in on Tuesday, prices for games at tourney champion, darin field manage but as a thonn to shout aout while the ert Horbel, Pedro Salas, Pabeorg
le standings, as there would Mount Hope will be as follows.. Irfront office boss-the only long-range youth program does Salas, Benny Salas. 0 e o r gP
leag ut two games between the Reserve seats. 1.25:eneral The Flyers, in their first start dual-job man in the majors- Its worko Daneby, Marion Woodruff, O.r-
t 'l. tam eb. admission, 75 cents; bleachers. since their motor conked out in he has proved even more so. Cox, Roe, Pesky. Evers, Batts man A. Castillo.
three twiam be note of sad- 50 cents and standing room New York's Holiday Festival. There were some jeers when and some others are past their The Womack Distillers will
'ere the Stadium tonit I space. 25 cents walloped Canlsius, winner of Richards made his first major prime but Paul is certain they'll have Bill Carlin, Jr. at the helm
a minute 0Sf silence is Further re-sche d u 1 1 n g of last week's tough Queen City deal, stripping stars Bob Turley, give much-needed aid for a year assisted by coach Jack McGlade.
e te game togames will be published soon in Tournament, 68-54, at Dayton Don Larsen and Billy Hunter or more. The team roster: Bill McKeown.
the memory of the lae to re gam- The Panama Amercan last night. off the roster in a gigantic piece "The Yankee trade made us a Bob Suisman, W. J. Norris, John
the memory of the late Pres The Panama era___ It was the ninthwin in 11 of business with the New York first division potential." said 0. Riley, Danny Hagler, Bob
starts for Dayton, now ranked 11 Yankees. The Yankees boasted Paul. "And that was just a Glud, Jack Love, Ed P. Scott.
nationally after dropping down the deal meant a pennant for start." Louis Charles, Roy Conrad, Jr.,
Arnold Palm er, U.S. -1954 from the No. 5 slot. them. At least the Orioles will be an Jim McKeown. Noble Walker.
Al alWhileDayton was bouncing V"We got the best of it." Rich- Interesting club and obviously Chas. Gtavelli, Bill Peckette, and
back onto the winning trail, ards retorted. "and time will different from last year's. Whe- Bob Rowley.
A Villanova which surprised the prove it." other It's a first-division team is The roster of the 7461st Signal
Am ateur Cham pion, To Play court world by upsetting mighty Among others, the Orioles got a matter time will tell. but it team roster will be published at
:.. North Carolina State in its last outfielder Gene Woodling, short- figures to be good enough to a later date.
P aW Oeek game was going down to de- stop Willie Miranda, first base- help the Orioles keep the turn-
Panam a O pen Next W eek lfeat. man Gus Triandos. catcher Hf l stiles humming In their "sopho- PACIFIC TWILIGHT
At Richmond. Va., the Unlver- White. pitchers Harry Byrd. Bill more" year.
sity of Richmond Spiders jumped 1955 Schedule First Half
o off to an early lead nd held. it Jan. 9 (Sunday, Lucky Strik)
1 PaulHahn, scheduledfor 4:30 all the way to down Villanova, 7461st Signal vs. A merican .eg-
p.m. on Wednesday January 12.2-82. Co ege Cage cores 7401st Signal Va. American Leg.
Actual tournament ples ay starts Ion, 2nd game.
Actual toursdnamye, J anuary 13swith There was Important action in o Jan. 11 (Tuesday) Womack
the leading amateurs an proth IvyoLeangue, with league- EAST Parsons College 66. Culverstock- an 13 (Thursdayi Lucky
Sfesstonals teeing off for the first lea -55 and Pen sylvania Bowl g 8, Western n. ton 64 (overtime) Strike va. 7461st Signal.
.. ,, ilhol. Eighteen hole rounds b, -,and Pennlvaaes B-g 8 ..(.. ..) 88, Co d. a Jan. 16_. ( unda)Womack
ii -llbeplayed on consecutiveYae,42-4Lio 8 n.
days through Sunday with the In her leading gme last Cl a '5. Syracuse Whiskl. vs. 74.t signal, st,
aylow scoring professional pocket- night: Geore Wasigton, rank- DeP~U 88, John Carroll55 ,,ornin e 11 game. Am rican Legion vs.
Ing $2,000 ofthe 7on5po00 prise ed 13th nationally, romped to a New Yolrk University 79, Wdit .teven Point,. Ripon .I- Lucky StrIke 2nd game.
- .IIItmoney ., -- 74-55 victoryoverGeorgetown'Vir....78St. Thomas 70.Augsbur 62 Jan. 18 (Tuesday) Womacki
mone ___.. _(D.C.) to Bet its record at 9-2;: Buffalo Tchr 93, McM sters 4 Wichita 99, Washburn Whisky vs. Lucky Strike.
Notre Dame, ranked 16th nation- Boston Univ. 80. Northeastern 65 Nebraska Wesleyan 98. Concor- Jan. 20 (Thursday) American
:ally, trounced Butler, 83-58, as Maryland 68, South Caro. 51 di ,.56 Legion vs. 7461st Signal.
Little League Lloyd Aubrey scored 22 points Rollings 75, Tampa 62 Eauclair Tchrs 82 St. Cloud Jan. 23 (Sunday) American
and Jack Stephens 21; Fordham Beckley 95, Fairmont State 91 Tchrs 77 (Overtime) Legion vs. Womack Whisky, 1st
stood off a late rally to hand St. Southern (La.) Inst. 73, Louis- Rockhurst 75. Missouri Valley 72 game. 7461st Signal vs. Lucky
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE Francis (Bklyn.It first loss to ana College 70 53 SOUTHWEST Strike, 2nd game.gn-
Poic Lnyears, 64-59; Penn State crushed Hampden Sydney 75, William al vs. Womack Whisky.
Police 5, Lincoln Life 1 Bucknell, 94-45; D a r t m o u t h and Mary (Norfolk Division 72 Midwestern 72, Hardin-Sim- Jan. 27 (Thursday) Lucky
'T he trounced Sem Ansevlse 72-47; Rice 61 Texas AdM 41 Strike vs. American Leglion.
SThe Police team served notice Duke leading only 35-33, scored MIDWEST Rice n 1.7 Texas M 41 Jan. 30 (Sundayi 7461st signal
|. s that they will be contenders for 10 straight points and went on outhern Methodist 74. Texas 51 vs. American Legion, 1st game
the Pacific Little League crown to whip Temple, 81-64, as Ron- Kansas St. Tchrs 81, D r u.r y Sam ouston, 7 ,exas Wesl7d trike vs gmWomack
in 1955 when they took the meas-1 nie Mayer led the scoring with College 58 Pamnate. Howard Whisky, 2nd game.
O Iure of the strong Lincoln Life 20 points; Detroit, winner of the Augustana (S.D.) 63, North Dak. Payne 61. Feb. 1 (Tuesday) Womacki
W ARNOLD PALMER. Steam by the score of 5 to 1. Last Motor City Tournament, beatI State 61 Whisky vs. American Legion.
LArnold Palmer, U.S. Golf Amso- year's cellar dwellers appear to Loyola (Ill.) for the first time in Beloit 90, North Central 67 WEST Feb. 3 (Thursday) Lucky Strike
elation Amateur Champion, who be the most improved team in six year. 96-78, despite 26 points Gonzaga 96, Creighton 80 vs. 7461st Signal.
recently turned professional wll the circuit. I by Loyolas Jack Carpent~ ; Nebraska 76. Iowa State 63 Oregon 66,. Wash. State 55.
i the colors of the Cnhester- Muhlenberg upset St. Joseph's Kansas State 90, Oklohoma 82 ... Feb. 6 (Sunday. American
clgaret cmpany when e _In the first inning, four walks (Pa.), 92-80: and Navy downed Missouri 76, Kansas 65 n( T a Legon vs. ucky tre. st ane.
pete in the 1955o aa P a.landmtwo hits netted the Coppers William and Mary, 77-56. Kent State 77. Toledo 69. Toeg Pay Womack Whisky vs. 74t1st Signal
gegolf tornatm natntheT me1p al 2 M Nl on Mee5m Knde 62 Open To Be Played WomackWhiskyV,61stSignal.
mngolf tournament at te .3ith three runs. In the second Westminster IM. McKendree 62 2nd game.
ma Golf Club January 13, Texas Christian 67, Ar M m r Late 2 nd
15 frame the added two more tal- Texas Christian 67 Ark. 62
15almer. In addition to being lies In e mantiTack --U In Memory Of Lane END OF FIRST HALF
1954 amateur champion 01,Klip er, the Police tosser, was -I
united States&, lso w h holdg down the Lincoln Lifers eSe eral In r silent nn ote: 1--Sunday games start
UitS t ae. -nao an hitter Plavers-For-Sale' Several In Running President Remon at 1 p.m.
Amerlan championship a no hitter 2.-Tuesday and Thursday
Sa at. _.D, Club .r. ... | ,e oAlIy run given The 1955 Panama Open Golf games start at 7:15 p.m.
ft. Country Cluh over a The only run given u S by K l lIn In BiIg .i r 0For Vacant HnuI ton Tournament will be played at 3.-econd team named is
of fessionals from not per I waks in the secon heunk y the Panama Golf Club January home team for that game.
S the ited States, but also boas walked. Potter, the chunky an Job 14. 15 y 16 I memory o
Sof the Polce catcher, tried to pick Du- NEW YORK. ( P) h e President o th
member of the Wilson right field and Dubols landed on I phia Phillies has tacked un a NEW YORK. Jan 6 (UP) mon C., it was announced to-
goods advisory staff third and scored on a fielders "Dlayers-for-sale sign written Athletic director Harry Fouke of day by the committee headed E AAA
profer-,rl u the 25 year choice. in big, blackleters, the UniversIty of Houston said by Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. y
S ed by many Bob Carpente says tha he, Is w m n,0o Brooklyn
Sg t bright star Ralph Parker took over for willing to trade any player on a w a nk o nce r ent llon a a -
So pof t ay tethr aid ntie u obin Ter r i f'l e utec oha chin jG, althouh he ad othe late President of the Re-
o.ofafk61 bthaaa the stlla w thirto The luwetiofhrdbya,-C



n o impressive oot more than one hit tender Rus are t ment and It is felt that he Brooklyn an u -
mes th ub a nd th e base an for the Co oe, w 52 l se ,on, says ar ning. would hiave wantendd the toe r- ed od th a r P ee
O'ahanter, he won the At- had two for two for the day. paenr- The oly sythe team Athletic officials at Tennes- ament tombe p nlyedo. Reese has signed his 1955 con-
c Coast Conference and the won wind Po pin the hole see and Dartmouth also auid today tm thte nnonched- tract, becoming the 12th player
-his first ba win in 194. Dehllnjer, ef......3 0 0 0 ut and not just a first. .cach acaonciers, that they expect the same field J W rms n
determined competitor has Roe, h............2 2 2 0clnuba of world famed pros to be on
19 important champion- BarPnes, 2b........2 0 0 0o 'l han tocopete n the tour- rwere not r6ealed, a Dodger

the U._. Coast Gua Demp[ey. 0. ora. Eanr. R A brpn an c e fr t o Reese had his best season In9
was discharged one year Klalpper, l..........2 0 o 0h o nd e enlns. B.ut Carlplpttenr ave to be approved by the R ro 1954 winding up hitting .30,
mnth. In what has inPotter a o..........3 0 0 0bo r eno i then orf 23 points higher than his previ-
oj amateur golf's today, si bP e Phffer. Ath letcouncil and th e Board' ous best year-1951 when he hit
Palrd tgomp e heade 21 5 3ned he wanted "more than one R .28f. The B 30y Dodgers a lln
a meno_ M olid ,player" for Simmons Fouke said he has talked with major league shortstops last sea-
ie te r enthu.ae*n -r star r "d uDETROT l m i son, being three points higher


long ron. Beck, lb ............ 0 0 0 The minor leagues are still go- Broyles. an assistant coach at knocked out Joe Rindone, 163%, This wll e Reesea s i11th ea-
.pluat the Tg Lambert, Sb......... 0 0 o0 ng tq play it their way in the Georgia Tech: Jones. line coach in the sixth round in his firtlson as a Dodger, making 1. the
that Palmer play- Joyner, of ........... 0 0 0 signing of college baseball play- at Oklahoma, and Russell for- serious bout n his comeback at- oldest active player in eng. of
b o sa we a fs anyr e, rf .............2 0 0 0 era. mer Southern methooista coach tempt. service in the league.
not onty in reach- ake -p ..........3 0 0 1 Commissioner Ford Frick says "Some of the others with' The 34-year-old former world In accepting terms in a tele-
In two.but in e ...........2 1 0 0 that the minor leagues have a- whom I plan to confer may be as middleweight champion who re- phone call with the Dodger's
Sputts on the b ............ 0 0 1 gan rejected ruling such as important as those I've named" tired to become a song general manager Buzzi Bavasi,
i ........1 0 0 the majors have on the hiring of Fouke said. danceman hopes to be ready to Reese said he would be willing
Inches tall, If .......... 0 college talent. Fouke added that the job had meet present champion Bobo O1- to shift to second or third base
Spounhds, thea .r' .,........1 0 0 0 Under the rule observed by the not been offered to anyone yet son water a half dozen fights. i manager Walter Alston doe-
mpo .de s ilohte ,rt ..2 .....2000 mjors a player who enters his and consequently "nobody has Robinson was in control from cides to go with a rookie at
SOpenWrd, p ...........2 0 0 1 sohoore year in college may turned it down the opening gong. He felt out short.
an iOpenWard P .. anot be signed until he graduates Amontg etherhe plausMd to Rindone during the first round
1 03 r-urO1.talk to. he mid. was Jobny !thekn opene d up with a body at- k
Vila ma21 1 0 3 o c mde the statement be- Vaught of Misa ws iu tack in the third that he sustain-
.l sap SoToru OF T M fore a group of college baseball Broyles was quo by the At- ed until Ridone lowered his
ria s c CanalWOmeetin in New York in lints Journal as..ay before muard in the sixth sufficiently The faaa Caret C.C.
A t mtch one earear' Agefies ........I w o n h the NCAA n he lft _ieo w York.- tbink for him to put over a stream of ParafnMtw held gewal
M layers now Pole* ...................1 P tek say the rule than go anywhere st at Tech left and riht to the jaw that 7at te PWs*w a
is- ~i a ........... 0 ected by nine les" votes this now. MY a-0S0eiso ION with coach The UI-yearol Rh del tre d NA' -
: ....... 1m e tan l t. y two i o y DO "and the re of UW hard thr l O t but It w as ob- I =.- I"EP_ tike t-
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Pacific Softball Loop


First HalfoSchedule


Date
Fri., Jan. 7th
Men.. Jan. 10th
Wed., Jan. 12th
Fri., Jan. 14th
Mon.. Jan. 17th
Wed., Jan. 19th
Fri., Jan. 21st
Mon., Jan. 24th
Wed.. Jan. 26th
Fri., Jan. 28th
Mon., Jan. 31st
Wed., Feb. 2nd
Fri.. Feb. 4th
Mon., Feb. 7th
Wed., Feb. 9th
Fri, Feb. llth
Mon., Feb. 14th
Wed., Feb. 16th
ri. bb. 18th
Mon., Feb. 21st
Wed., Feb. 23rd
Fri.. Feb. 25th
Mon., Feb. 28th


Teams
Pan Liquldo vs. Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's v#. Pan Liquido
Pan Liquddo vs. Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's vs. Firemen's Ins.
Pan Liqutdo vs. Baxter's
FiremeR's Ins. vs. Pan Liquido
Baxter's vs. Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's vs. Pan Liquido
Pan Liquido vs. Firemen's Ins.
Firemen's Ins. vs. Baxter's
Baxter's vs. Pan Liquido
Pan Liquido vs. Firemen's Ins.
Firemen's Ins. vs. Baxter's
Pan Liquido vs. Baxter's
-Pan Liquido vs. Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's vs. Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's vs. Pan Liquido
Firemen's Ins. vs. Pan Liquido
Pan Liquido vs. Baxter's
Firemen's Ins. vs. Baxter'sr
Pan Liquido vs. Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's vs. Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's vs. Pan Liquido


Umpires to be
furnished by
Baxter's
Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's
Pan Liquido
Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's
Pan Liquldo
Firemen's Ini.
Baxter's
Pan Liquido
Firemen's InW.
Baxter's *
Pan Liquide
Firemen's In.
Baxter's
Pan Liquido
Firemen's Ins.
Baxter's
Firemen's Ins.
Pan Liquide
Baxter's
Pan Llquidb
Firemen's Ins.


NOTE: The team listed for furnishing umpires on scheduled
dates is requested to send two qualified men (one be-
hind the plate and one for bases) to the field In time
to take charge and start the game promptly at 4:15
p.m. each day.
Home team is listed first above and such team will
be responsible for putting out and retrieving the
bases as well as assuring that the locker for same is
securely locked.


by


JOE WILLIAMS |

Television is quite certain to be, once again, the headache of
the year in American sport, by a margin of 100 aspirin tablets to
one over any other trouble-producing factor. It threatens to dis-
rupt the National Collegiate A. A., is bedeveling major leaue
baseball with greater fury thtn ever, and is an increasingly
plaguey gimmick in professional boxing.


Telecasts attract commercial sponsors: sponsors have a lot
of money. And there you are. The manufacturers 'of the sports
attractions which are given away to TV viewers, gratis, are wrest-
tling with the sirens of sponsors temptations on one side, and
the falling gate gremlins on the other, and the result Is 100 per-
cent confusion.


Be it In- college football or the ear-muft bumsin'ps,,ty f-rA
rules'f merchandising is that young esnot give-Away your prd-
uct and still-continue to operate, even with occasional hu fus at
lagniappe thrown your way.
However, those sponsors go right on casting more tempting-
ly baited hooks to lure the producers of gridiron, diamond and
ring entertainment into an Increasing befuddlement. That old
gag about a bird in hand being worth 10 quail in the bush has
been television's strongest selling line.
The NCAA, listing 415 member colleges, has been supervs-
ing college football television with a desire to prevent casualties
like Fordham's recent abandonment of the gridiron.
This past season, the NCAA and ABC-TV allotted 24 football
telecasts aro ud the country with an eye to spreading te avy
-no institution getting more than one helping. The ABC po-
ple who paid $2.740,000 for the television privileges, are reported
to have lost nearly $2,000,000 in the venture.
0


$1,000,000 OFFER IN POCKET


Now-with the NCAA in annual sessions here all this week
-comes a clamor for a new system of supervision by some, and
total abandonment of all telecasting regulations, by others.
I The Western Conference, or Big Ten, got six of those 24 TV
plus last season, and the Pacific Coast landed four. But they
aren't satisfied. They are in league for a new deal.
The Western Conference has an offer of $1,000,000, reported-
ly from the Buick people, for the television rights to its 1955
football schedule. That is a lot of moolah. But what would a
weekly regional telecast do to the Big Ten gate as a whole?
In any event, the Western Conference wants the NCAA to
adopt a nw regulation which would place college telecasting on
a regional basis. If it cannot have its way, the Western Confer-
ence may quit the NCAA and go off on its own.
The Eastern College Athletic Conference, which has 101
members, Including the Ivy League, is fighting for retention of
the current system of TV regulation.
A Big Ten game on the week would present very serious com-
petition for an NCAA program, minus the Western Conference
schedule. For one thing, an opposition telecast every Saturday
would impair the money value of the NCAA package tremendous-
ly.
Peacemakers feel that rather than lose the Big Ten, the
NCAA should adopt the regional plan which would let that con-
ference work out its own deal.
It is not what I would call a lovely spectacle. It presents
disturbing elements of greed, and a thoroughly noncolleglate
aspect of the cooperative aims of the NCAA.
Let the Big Ten set up a rival telecast against the NCAA,
and a new group of small colleges will bog down under the In-
creased weight of this opposition and join Fordham in the walk
off the field.


BALL CLUBS WONT STAND UP TO SPONSORS
Television's impacts on the major league baseball gate can-
not be truly computed. Most of the club owners are inclined to
under-estimate the damage. They are embarrassed, If not fright-
ened, by their confusion and their indeterminate position and
try to talk down the hurt.
Nobody wants the big leagues to abandon television. But
they will go broke if they do not face up to their problem, and
stand up to their sponsors for a new system of telecasting and
greater revenue.
Let me cite a fpw figures. With unlimited telecasting of
home games, the Yankees last season drew 1,475,717, tops for the
,American League. The Dodgers played to 1,020,531, and the
Giants to 1,155,087.
Milwaukee, with no television, set the pace for both leagueS
with 2,131.386, which was only 1,519,423 under the combl0d at-
tendance of our three local clubs.
The Yankees, Giants and Dodgers draw from a poMtil of
around 17,000,000 population There are only 9000 per' In
the metropolitan area of MiMwtkee.
It would not be neoeumYfto abandon telea"ting of 1 hM*
games, speclly in t ra. But moat of the TV p
should be piped in from' oed.
Bringing road eoestets local TV receiveswm I
greater epdltureis. If the parent system of esi> -
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LWIC GTON Ky, Jan. 3 -.
) ..-AdoLph lppa now lmn
25t tZear as Kentueky baskMt-
Icoach, seems to haven a -
dthe s ert of win bas
tholl games with amA m um.
Searm. t tear on the nervous
Not that the Baron has been
doing bad, His overall record
shows an 66 percentage and last
year's outfit wesat undefeated
throughout a 25-game schedule.
ts at ,this enY's edits
of tbs. itt aoe-ems to do
thins so much more simply.
No les amp authority than een
Loodler, coach i the defMnlag
NCAA champion, La Salle, con-
curs.
"The WDdcts stack three guys
who are 64 or better around the
basket and take six or seven shots
at a time," he n ot es. "One of
ths =goes in. They go back and
give t oth tr team one abdt.,Erab
the hall-"t start all over a.
ina year supposed tbe a re-
building affair, Kentuf
were presented with a club which
an any given night, is probe ably
eas fine a eclege team am ever
has .p.assqmnbld., .
It tookeonlyfive' games for bas
ke 1 people to begin rating this
team ith ot only last "season's
Cluff Hagan Frank Ramsey-Lou
Tsioropouios outfit, but also the
once-Fabulous Five of the scan-
da4smashbed Alex Groza Rlmph
Beard er,
This year's Kentucky out fit
may Fbe dumpedWhere ard there
along the way, but you'U have to
chalk that up to the normal haz-
ards of playing a 24-game college
schedule.
Rupp had, you see, a ready. Ph#. Grrwemeyer
made squad. All that was needed
was one more big man. Lan Mar- TOWERING. Pbh II Grawe-
ria Junior Coller of acksoville eger, 6-7 southpaw, helIpa
Tex.,easme U..to ,cue with 67 Keutucky hit the other side
Bob Burrow e" evo Francis from all angles. (NEA)
of Junior ee Basketball." I
ala-st Louisana State, but scor- This shouldn't bother Rupp too
Switch ',12.f 30 shots against much. All he has to do is reach
tough Temple and grabbed 34 re along the bench and pluck off
bounds. 'somebody like Gayle Rose, a
He is be lone out-of-stater on senior who would star at 300 oth-
the rosftr., -er schools.
With Burrows,- .Rapp put vet
eran Jerty Bird,- 66 underneath. Rupp, of course, is the last guy
SnathpawpbIIGpaawe-mSA yer, to admit all this.t
e-4R, helps W the Beard sa. "We have alo way to go
Grawmeyer has a fine outside he says, then qukic .goes ton
*l tobwt- aaccolades about ltas seas on's
AflitstlPobea teanLg The ron $ainq that
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Scan- S- ie I I e fi 4 .met*A l reiam 91,: gUar us Pro
backs. of i n attempt to hold fossest believe.
do4 thk. bhght 'problem IKa-I Nor does Adolph Rupp talk
tf reneth. aboutt the usual Kentucky fresh-
EvasuaaRf l story, as man team Harry Lancaster is
r a tsna concerned. schooling. Five members of that
Tf1is 1 ear in the outfit are 6-5 or better.
school. He is ineligible to com-"
pete In.A A tournament, as But they, of course, have a long
bre egaNt Company last way to go-four hole years be-
year. fore they graduate .


Teen-Age League


OCELOTS TAKE sTHE 6ee by Innings
FALOMA Ocelota 310 30--7
Palomas 002 12-5 B
te Ocelots topped the Palo- Errors: Tubbs, Nufiez, Engelke,l
m 7 *to J on George Barbler 2, Pedersen. Barnes, Pe- I
Babler for 3 un the first rez 3. Runs batted In: tngelke 2,
nAInta ea ri the second and Halvosa, Bateman, Barbier, Va-si
three isthe fourth.these proved lentIne, Pedersen. Stolen bases: n
be enough runs to insured McOriff 3, Thompson. Snodgrass, r
Brce Bateman his first win of Scnelder, Curdts. Double plays:
the 15 season over the scrap. Peres-.chnelder. Left on s
Iw Palma celot ', Falomas 5. Bases o
Outsored but not outfought, balls: off Barbier 7, Bateman 5. L
the Palonas came back with two Strike-outs: Bateman 3, Barbier p
runs. in the third, one In th 8. Hits off: Bateman 3 for 5 runs t
fourth and two in the fifth. But n 5 Innings; Barbler 4 for 7 runa
could not overcome that two run in 5 Innings; WIld pitches: Bate- l
lead hold by the Ocelots. man 2, Passed balls: Barnes 2.
na Win ,in nith. nah a nt


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From Cage Big-Time When Gola Leaves Pitchers Stay that ay
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sYK, Ja. 5 N Record-Wrecker K I u
Sale College, the defending NC-
AA champion. He also is the *
alacthofcanade -Thinks 60 Homer
coach of Tom Gola, who can de-
fend and offend opponents with -m o m
more grace than any college bas-
ketbh player we've seen come
along in years.
So, it came as a shock, at first
to hear the lecture this successful
bigtime coach was giving nybo-
dy who cared to listed at
sen Square Garden.
"We' e going to drop right out
of the big leagues after this sea-
son," Loeffler said. "Once Gri a
graduates, we're going to pi a y
teams in the lower rankings.
We're not going after a Kentucky
or a Duquesne any more. We're
thinking ot limiting ourselves to
one scholarship for basketball.1'
This was an eye-opener. But t
Loeffler was only warming up.
"I don't," Loeffler breezed on,
"believe in athletic, scholarships
to any extent. We don't c h a se
around giving boys free rides at
La Salle and I think were right.
The day I have to go out and
beat the bushes and pay high
school kids to play for me is the
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor

NEW YORK --(NEA- Once
more, the front office says, this
is the year for Billy Loes ... at
something like $f8,000.
Loes is only 25, but the Astoria
kid had better get around to hav-
ing the big season he keeps
promising, for 1955 will be h is
:itth campaign with the Dodgers,
and he has shown definite signs
cf being a member in good stand-
ing of what Seymour siwoff calls
his leather couch boys. Manager
Siwoff of the Elias Baseball Bu-
reau would need a psychiatrist
himself if he tried to figure out
what prevents some pitchers from
winning.
Loes won nine in a row going
into last September, but insists
on lingering in the 13 or 14-game
class. He is a striking example
of the type who drive a manager
crazy-the just-around the-corner
pitcher. And the main trouble is
that not a few of them stay that
way.
i pitch the way I want to," says
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For those tacha fulg in late on the WINDING SpeT Shea never lived up to his
rapid-talking Ph y sadelphiould in ........coach,.. .... ..... early World Series style with the
it must be noted that Loefan er is Yankees. When overweight was Billy
as strange as he talks. To begin blamed, Shea went on a diet. A
with, he considers himself a pro- Skinnier Shea was much worse,
fessor of business law ust asver y JOE DORAN It shows the bg-armed thumper uszewsk claed he was too weak to pitch.
much as a basketball coach. You figure it out.
"I teach a full schedule 10 WINDING UP-Ted Ksewski takeguy to top Beasy atRuths el pat home with his boxer, Teate. A number of pitchers al. beat-
hours a week. I have some pride an the big fellow labs up frw another seeird-wreehlan season. (NEA) enby wildness, as was Tommy
in my work. So, why should I in- -. .paiu..ased by the Yan-
whosult my integrity as an academic eeordmmons last fal, but other failure tcher for the Billy Leendians
teach ,a Loewfler low aver-d, By JOE DORAN tighter t shows thebig-armed thumpeRobuszewski believes it's possible. simply have the wrong attitude, t "
"came studentto La Salle Coegent y NA Specialany Correspondent put 49 balls out of play. "But I'm ordering to have to do The disturbing element is in the .
school on the basketball curt?" This leads to the inevitable: "Is something about a couple of Ihead '45 Is still another Feller.. a
he asked. CINCINNATI-ted Kluszewski the guy to top Babe Ruth's rec- pitchers. Harvey Haddix of the When Clem Lahine came to the pitcher for the Indians.
who has gripped the interest ord? ICards and Curt Simmons a n d Brtloks in 1951, he had an over-I Don JohnsoIni was consi
"Gola," Loeffler obaearve d4, Cincinnati baseball fans tighter I'"Hit 60? I'd like to hit 61,' the Robin Reberts of the Phillies-B handjughandle curve into the'uite the boy whena cae
"came to La 'Salle College be- than anybody since Paul Derring- strong boy says. they murder me. They get you on! dirt that spelled greatness. The e Y e in t Paul Ric h
cause he went to La Salle High er and Bucky Walters rcde hihl I Then he repeats the creed all control. The parks they're in don't greatness. The e Yankees in '47, but Paul
School and wanted to stay near 15 ye rs ago, isn't letting people long ball hitters in chase of the help either Rhode Island cioemn sance has ar baseball's newst O' Clom
home. He had a ton of offers, fo wi out some mid-winter inter- Babe's fabulous 60 have to know "In St Louis-at Bush Stadium ibeen mre coaeerned about whatman, looks forward to ma
Hes a B student, just like every- est. by heart. -the right field wall is short, but' basebat l bwiters saLd than more major rears. .n thedid
body else on the team. You'll get While most baseball teams use it's I ht line drives offt a ing Oregoan Batimore. Fre
a Gala into La Salle once every the ancient ccntraot signing "dis- "The earlier pat of the season. it Te same at Sh"be Park in Conining ourselves to the Su- Sanford must have had somPthnl
jerbas, and further accounting, when the Yankees gave th
42 years under these circumstance. closures" too get off-season pub. That's when .you- have to be Philadelphia. If I get a littlemore!rb. s and further accounting when the Yankeed gave te
es. So, the next time we go after licity, the Redlegs don't have to. strong," he says. "Ruth hit 17 in lift on my hits In thcse two lacesor some of their stumbling in Browns $100,000 and players a r
the top 10 teams probably will eb do much more than sit back and September. No man is going to do I'd be better off." 54, there is a faulty approach to the large right-an ate.. .. 'r bh
when another Gola enrolls in point to Kluszewski's record for that. You've got to be getting If big Tel Is ever going to do it e business when a guy with a won 12 and lost .fo.as. Brow a
school." f ast seapcn. lycurs a lot earlier than that." thin bigould gn th g Asoidt" flawless motion can throw the ball In '48. Sanford was a. .tta wash.
Thre have been range haycuthat." this should be the year. A solidly as hard as rv Palica and get pr- out when he had to win.
ere aveen rofa Ft -- ..er...... .eneed player at 30, he is wisely nowhere. Locking at a tLo thoif
S at late; g radyohiseventh fullin mechanical ab
wad dgo ra t io' -of coy o a Ao -urlj 'MMiurMaD&ido ft as beAn hoar there -i
b nasketbl ity iver must a t k 3next soaionw, KI eand 16halled as another Lefty. Grove teeln them andi Eat
wbas the anleAt. aewh 40 n 1 Ltnk Me ...... .i. ., science sic he broke in with Scranton or a Johnny weml.S
cessu baketba suatfon In range with 40 in 1953 t When the left-handed McDermott and perhaps hav e moe t
Here Ia 01 enjoying suc- hesolidified himself as a genuine he the esthnden eag rmIn a en eap sha aVt r er,
cessButaanerth long ball menace.gwcund fthethebRok edinwithmScranwthwn onmemtuft s or a J
the past five years underLoeffler, "The start is the big ithi on 18 for the Red x, with when the gae tarts, t's a
La Salle won 119 games sand lost thouh you've ot to rem enemy right-hand swatters tak-'ferent story.
only 2S. In 1952, the Explorers h,"he rep at to re member ng dead aim at Fenway Park'AI Talented pitchers and ball pl-
n th e Nato al Invitaton Tour- A Only Willie bays and Kusew- beckoning '-ft field net in half ers fal while others lacking
nament. Last year. they took it It.ski figure, a^ h n^ o tohae of them, there was considerable normal requisites overcome the
all-the NCAA. -- .- sort c acancew, to h a nywh evidence that the young man had shortcomings with tremendous d*
With this, the schoolhas-etn-erh isarrivedsire.
joyed unqualified financial suc- ROCKY MARCIANO spends thk 0 ig inc atifor ua But McDermottdidn't want to 's the composition te
cess. But rather than go eut and little time in his new home in ewski to make it ptch r ometn n Wash s character.
hustle the young horses to keep Brocktcn he hasn't even bother. Last season, he broke every Cin- ton, where he has every advan-
this program intact Loeffler says ed to install a telephone. ... As cinnat club mark worth .a tae n paciot usalth of ane iSECOND UNDRED
he school wil foll d its big top The Rock was about to leavq tI 'about ashobatted eantI l You ca geta lot of money if SECOND KUNDUED
and pitch a pup tent elsewhere. for Miami and the opening of hiin 141 runs and hit his 49 homers you can straighten cut Jim Hearn N.hvlle(NEA) -Bob Polk
Loe-er makes it believable, new restaurant, he told us, "I i-i..n -most n the majors. of the Giants. Nashviue-(NEA)-o 1otba
however, for he's a full professor, understAnd it's a real big place." In 1955 Klu miht crack a cond set of 1 basketball
as noted. Abofe that, he's a law- The only thing keeping Geor- few more,'icluding the 60 ma'ik. Detroit figured Art Houtteman victories at Vanderbilt, where
yer, having gotten his book learn- gla Tech assistant Ray Graves .Many baseba*t people were be- as the new Bob Feller, but nine is in his eighth season as hed
ng at Penn State and Pittsburgh. froe shifting to Tennessee is that ya ginn to talkthatway last Aug year later the boy wonder of coach
He ran the basketball gamut as long as Gen. Bob Neyland I ust, when he belted 13 out of thel '
trom Geneva College and Yale around, the Vol won't desert the park. After a night game at the
University to the nasty profes-'single wing ... Polo Grounds in which Ted
ional ranks, where he ran the inside reason Allie Rey. drove a 400-footer into the seats- Wi lSUl S PRICES: $1.00 -- .50
now-defunct Providence Steam- nolds may come back for a final CGarry Schumacher of the Giants' w
rolers and S. Lcuii Bombers
Sfling with the Yankees is that he frontffice settled into a ca an- TODAY -
During the war, he was an r wants to reamin active as a play- mulled over the hit.
Corps major. er and player representative un-. 'If anybody is gonna hit 60, this : :0 61 p
With this varied background, til an equitable player pension is the guy to do it." he observed.
oeffler believes that a pro s a plan is worked cut Only his "Him and Mays. But this guy is "
hro-and a college student ust physical condition and a desire to looking for the long ones and he
hOf all the rises and falls of Col. spend more time with his fajily .might get there first that I s, if
thet pers. La Sal coulddissuade him... His al and anybrdy is ever gonna get there.
egiate athe alte eample cattle interests can be handled AhieoSds IHe's the closest thing to Lou J1s
must rate as the allm amph in his absence...- -Gehrig to come along."
4wa duestinn can do to -An


Allowing only ree mit, nate- winni ng p c* er: aman u- wha't euc""a --- -- o I How different basketball Sh-i
man kept his opponents well In 1); Losing pitcher: Barbler (1-).ambitious athletic a r mighthave bee-i te
hand. Umpires: .lil-DiaL. Time: 1:45. The real alarm to be sounded ry mightZoner, hadn deit made him a fRhodes" scholar?...
The Conejdayill p .aost to --hing. There are n awful lot to pay $10,090 for bg George Is there a track man in the
the attme today arc fo Mtch C B DlUK -^-professors connected with col-. Mikan in 946. Thy qal ws country who travels in the style'
park. Batteries are or the C Joe B k, Roebuck killed we they were g of Southern California high ump-
pnegaCa Mt or Watson willFor leges, you know. T heir u ... er Ernie Shelton? ... He gets ar-
pitch n M ill catchinll g. For _t -.- Tom Gola has a special incen- ouad town la Ian derslng MG...
trhe'rsPoUas Wills will toi the ign 55, 3 L OR CS tive this year.... La Salle's pU-
rubber at Web iwi receive, everything basketeer is enga d Can there be a more unknown
ame time 4:30. Wf R iA to Caroline Norris of WashiTin champ than Terry Brewne of De-
'tl a ca:lU E wuv ... the same Caroline who became troit?... who jumps barrels for his
The box score: the teasing chant of George Wash- kicks.... and on skates, yet... He's
_OC_ __ MBROOKLYN, Jan. 6 (UP) ingten students when the Explor- cleared 15 at a time, covering 28
OCELOT Joe Black, who pitched well e- .ers played in the Capital a year feet 3 inches, or almost a couple
... ib ~ enough at Montreal last season to -- I ago. ... They plan to be married I of feet better than the track
Mlao ab r h dy merit another tryout with the June 25... He'd also like to jack'broad jump standard set by Jes-
b 1f2, a2 3 0 21 Brooklyn Dodgers; and young Ed By DR. PROG Allea up is weight, which has slipped se Owens... Browne defends his
Tubba, 3 2 2 52 Roebuck returned their signed ,ansas Coach to 02 under the stress of a full 40 world title Jan. 8 at Grossinager
Ralvosa. b 3 1 1 0 0 1155 contracts today. Written for NSA Service minutes each game.... N.Y. ... where a fellow named
Bateman, p 1 0 0 11 Blek d started his 1984 season ..T.. O a. I Andy Phillip, a pre-war mem- Marciano gets ready for title
NufeS, Ib 3 0 0 4 0 with the Dodgen but later was QUESTION: On a jump ball, a her of IlWiHols' famed Whiz Kids, 'defending...
Crook, rf 0 0 shipped to Montreal, where he player raps the ball directly out is til called "Whiz" by Fort
Bngeke rIf 3 0 1 0 0 won 12 games and lost 10 for of ras the ball directly out of Wag e teammates... I We hear that Army and 'Navy
Tbompso ct 2 0 0 3 the Boyals. a re pit cher boun Doesn't this mean anoth- There was once a timr Bob Pet-, are laterested in two or three of
Morris, 2b 2 0 0 0 11 f the D Ig 1a 1a,the erup?-Barney Selden. tit balked at going cut for his Frdhas's abandoned gridders
Sthl, Sb 0 0 0 0 big rigt-haader pasted a 15-4 Nswer: No, the ball is award Batcn Rouge High team because Te news of the grid sspenslo
x-hoh 1 0 0 0 reera iS was a d the d to the team that didn' te"ch he felt he was too "gooky and wasa' on the wire tmre than
t-l' Nat12iO Lreanue's r ooke df the the ban. If both jumpers tp tap tall. ... He had done more since fiv-e mlutes before the St. aBe-.
tas IS 3 7 4 6 ~ea,. i ,Od .of bound, either Jamp to create interest in the game of diet's College football coach was
a R solmek, a six-foot-two richt- eslet basketball throughout Louisiana on the pGone to New York mak-
PALOMAS bander, also ws with the Mon--I Q. When can time out be called than any other indiviJual- or lag lq*ires...-
yen ab r h a t Royals last season, where by a player?-John Martin. team, for Coach Harry Raben-c
VO_3_ME 6 3 0 1 1 hbe wound up with as 18-14 mark A A layer may call imue at borst got on him only once,durinI Between you'n'me, what could
1MfN I lb I r off to b slow start. iley s tea 1 pesP his cole days-for passing .ON be less interesting than what a
C11 1 1 1 niwet .Ue t tlUa1 League il ,. .,..,. .. instead o shooting ... The 6-9 Mil- major leaner signs for on what
S p w 0 0 0 co.m lete gasM (20), and Q. Whena dribblUng, should a waukee rookie'ss favorite diver- date? ... What ee would he do
as 30. p l a I pot five ttt. p layer keep hIs head d o wn, i'on--itterbuggin... 'for a living?...
m a 6 e o 0 / watching the ballT-George Lo Stz years me s college coach
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S wlaeoa lho eans mwaoeri d c e, stukR ictly tsies in Kansas Cit i P eare u ti D



:City CifLvrtP.eld tnd his lpife yind yor M eaeer woreor andsaot thrioo frtYe tespditrea
twh- easing o t C o .aw eeoheed's tri toChingatoraokfrCharlest.Powelki I
Sa ct to r anlon the eas n or Young Stalin's fate has been shot before the end of ae ug W S u a





#a 3% ..... RI-e. o, where they had stayed o- HB "mtainer with the Telegrnpth seybold the yo.-,ermet f p o nt""1 o
-. easingof tthee imUn e of the reasonhn or Jhammrip i-ador dao mPatte of livy sculaniof headed, theory line of adfi oan
SchecsdrawnoIn ho er d ra e, former resident of Gatun, died capitals ever since his last pube Americ genc w sa ere yue Lee, efawere -ne
Tetal volume of Decc1 9rawI in thre hou Dur9n Kansas City, Mo., ac- lic appearance on March 9,o1f53 to have n co f raionowf Vied o_ etaln wathree Inchs -s e
bhimion- up soe $0im a down during the Korean W a r, icorng to word received by when he was a pallbearer at his nat Austria, reports that e y une di dhrneeonte .
lluthe yeaor.d b have been imprisoned by the Chi- .,friedte on the Isthmus. He hwas father's funeral,.. Sle. bind rhad de rftl Ro t dowf
jiigo tn w peak wer e de- neshe tola t hs "asies. 71 y r o te old.RK- PA C M bet anprin c pe. Thrne game bla neord titi
d deposCtsthe check ingshac- o iararikeoin r odstheUN Powelski w eres employed asma tter of e 0 ard vehe ad .h e en e of Corti
nts of in dividuals partner b apalf ei marked thei anRd Ce-S signal maintaliner with the Elec- omr h a br are graces until Junew lOI when e-
oTra in forces .W of accorded a "red carpet" recep- trial Division in 1921. Athe Mn Madr e on la as ahraeste grja wis


',1 A oucrht e thnd o fomein g th e an- t aof hr ive rs rire en t ran ed cpit in M e er Con ferhis hasnne Rud rg mek nh
S aslumer Cedit Rase. r where they had stayed m aintainer with the Telegraph a athe younger met with foul play an cofiat
mer credit, spurred a on ai rCod nt e the s mem tt anda iegal vision of the Pan- tRalph n H. Ca rd e the oofdc SoovidtnrahinhOfV
t t he recrdi 195a 2toth of r ac d t Peip R p d 10hi g the tnse a he lived the boare d ofg dirca tors fa the erd rprentr in connecting ondee ri 's


d..e. h s pa p.a e es." p 1 c ad Mrsa C I Is o the Marid n
.- hittig a n b c he r c one a d an evenn ca dam Can parnr al Zoned yest er day aboaCd the Camp These &

f.o atP atb eio co u o me It cahtu Sine heis, re- rae Luins S a L is, e

c- o the al hr h f ralsl w ma t ia wre k sitting up alonside a vfsssl on e pdfc de th| la E
1 ,i anoua san neurb v h hwaby etoun ank dayo afternoon p ri Pr n thesy wmnin
sin:eavs loans ra atte blw An hoI atera mt Wlliam A. Miaer, distret gamecan counnr, es. T neyare booked
c orre a 4 ord osHu mCo o m I st rdio rt s aer protector, said a er woodchuck has oth rer.urn to tNew Yorn rom V al-
llan i n p i, wn e aed a a taste for sweets and that thelParal o on the 8an a Isabel
S outlook ca g ori a grow ar g s o e andy hadbeentossed from a pass1.which s due in Balboa about
sheds ata somewhat slower 5 sr rs ing auos, ta b. wu 2a


ff by s8eaer lo 8s55 Dm3T sHERE--serras ST M General Motors poys eos t
at d a teseing d i nee y-oar sgoa-eTeomaintameerowito ct L S c h dw y n t a bllew Ad L y ah eur
wee thcheduled tatroboacnethe






rsmar tapie tma previous o ord 4 n the Cpaouds ainis | .it i
e ,o t- noued yeaterdasy.i Dnuagtors siE roundCoo-ok VIgil Fr u
_. n rante isn ce the beguwiinnng of thehotheooftrsoth





a y-nnouncement added. -- American lcorporaties in 194,es The eonmists gave many rea
TeO tu ameisping SRaakdsswshtablishing a new alltime peak. ivsons for their optimistic views for
sh O oraoomeh Bi asaid proatt- VATICAN CITY, |an. ? -(UP),tonio Gasbarrini, Prof. Raffaee This total compared with $8 0,-a 195. A g pranteed g rowth was
de rt -Doctors have ended their rund-Poluci and Dr. Lugi de Steano, 000,000, the previous record, in exe eted ta n new conestruction; step
a bo ,000,000 d uc the-clock watch at the bedside of are advised f developments by 1953, and with ,8,000,000 in his- ei up a utput in steel and auto-
at oPope Pies XII, Vacan sources telephone ie 192a. mobiles bas strength in the stock.




aa- t e house said today. wNiehans and Galezi-Lisa had market; increase in retail trade;
Sc eDr. Paul Nihans, one of the been standing a 24-hour watch on Of the 1,530 is sues listed on the and the availability of smon
insBALBOA TIDES five doctors treating the 78tyear the Pope untl the vigil was re New York Stock Exchange, divh- rerauito e
ria mate $130deRomnt ate he ear er ad to x Galeazm-Lii spnt t e dndsiweratchilegn aothanycontender




SThbhomeof the brvrefeOrighsto AmmroA Tb os However, some weak spots Wll THEY WON'T ROLL--Wim Shdde, 8, of Scott, .
Shi r t ereges toh an the sources said. and Niehans relieved him during red stocks. These ag gated forecasters. The textile ind try ap-
-oreisn Oattion sa AtsM WN, Pg. (UP) wer Acm.nuetoa- C a s hr t oe fwhe




Sm e pa physician, now makes Nihans, who departed yester-dividends of $6,257,501,000 were 19. The all railroad and at right
.- sa morning and an evening calday, and the Pope have become Dd on 64 common and 443 pre- coal industries wil have some
SWEtE K ENSD T was testmeny to the stla-going to Japand Nieal yipment, mayhUery and tross national p roduct, a very
Sdy if slow improvement sh So w n metals, paper, petroleum and nat Important yardstick in the nation's
S by the Pontff inehiscoapse Vatican sources said the Popeural gas, rasoad, rubbrhand economy expected toincree
lio A m.tioo sionn tat hopes to receive French Premier shgel companies increased pa- aroUondo thee pr cent in th vnew
does not overworkhis d-octors hex- Pierre Mendes France in an me ats. Stock dividends reangrin year. This wod bring output of t
opect s recovery to conti ue dience on Wednesday Jan. 12 from 2a per cent to 100 .ent goods and services in 1 u to,
i team is v tg the of the hiccups Monday, has overmtwere ; rin distbuted vrt1ailr.d epRIY
H W Dr.N PuPope now. Three others, Prof. -come them. st Decreases in divssdends l .steh Consumers t ill spent more om
----ba deoU ite asivr--t J'" the-'" o te ms until gl made by some automoble, farm 1T t WiG ered imes mov-s
olomn Cthlcledrthd63,-xd.elyn t0equipmdenwt, and textile companies, ing upwa v e lar s ed weksith a THE WO Ria
,ooin ie:r5sltA J R 7s m P General Motors Corp. led ab1 ing 9lop 9the consumer h "B it a
Lap previous LOW landthesourceszsned. and Neiehsele hid nerSte ocks. Thsne agwegated fom-recsters. The textileindutryaps-'l T e -or eftiil
nounced yeste Dhth l si n own s wo dee d ieds o e o ai rairo









fpureesheith tke
CSinL the a rgd eniddec e a 6ommow n tanre 43 pcor- cooea intioustriestwghve r al biled









id i ie largest ocssal.s- tng, new autdmoblges, aud agrees-
Msyoaootbohderav bursements made inel mdrte
avai24beomos.unconfirmed0eposGenesraH Motlors Cor.h$emca0,000 ehoab wepertaoini
dyIfslw mpovdetd.hAmericanl Tel. & Tel. ndinat 9 o&tat y n the nation' WgaeEman-N
laNthi Standard Oil Co. (Ntmac J paksn sre taioal piroustic vaverys
oT emi i si- V I NITby the.Pontiff snchi colpeatic n ourcs aiE.le .du Pont de Ner,.a dwih ec n. i ls exp ted toinro t ease
-Doctolst hvDe2 lnge thei cn-Pope hopes ds Drreceive F en Creml e P petroleum Corp. ain rondtted e cn tinted

ioequipmentiaGdLtex iecopuai.fr g u pw ar-de uaranedwt a -T


General Electric Co." "-3500n wg Whrwag
S HE Standard Oil of Calif. 90,321,0000 frjr
Humble Oil & Refining 81,708,000 experts asert isn't likely to matc.
0Socony-Vacuum Oil 75,710,000 1954 as pbably the.most pea
U.S.8'eel Corp. 78,366,000 postwar year on the laber front
Union Carbide & Carbon 72,33,000 ledationry pressures may pl, y
IKennecott Copper Corp. 64,02,000 t a oi noinmodities andpr
in .swgral. But most experts fe
Total $2,2247,0,0 that than will bold steady throgh-
M out 110i
I Business throughout the nation is Total W orpoirtion e&rnins jl]&-10
expected to give a good account of are e stated ito show a el
ii s a i m 1955 and it may equal or ewg t a t -gab ve.
conceivably exceed the record year bo"M in most camsto
'0. iam,~
At the year-end there w
contributing factors for I
Smistie feeling throughout a b am ao ttMay to
Sness world. The nation fIiabl.d thr lS .,

0 -= year in MtsorX.m 7 m' m. m m1
,' -o Tomnmy Frisbie, ofp Fop. ."
I @&. lead& him S ste' luto Chicago's Inteunauial A to some
L MOW. ~waes




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