The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Atomic Arms

Now Standard

In US Forces
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UP)- Atomic authorities said
today that nuclear weapons have become standard equip-
ment for all of the armed services*.
That, they said, is the meaning of a brief passage in
President Eisenhower's StatS of the Union message.
For years after the war atom4 deliver atomic weapons rang-
o arms were categorized as "spe insg from fighter o delivered
cla weapons." small bombs capable of knock-
But on Dec. 8, 1953, the Pres4 ing out a bridgehead'4i mam-
ident said in a speech to til moth A-bombs or H-bombs that
United Nations hat "atom can destroy a strategic city.
w a f irtually achieve Weapons already perfected In-
no"nItMa within c ude the Army's 11-inch atomic
a med sVerve." shell and a muc imor trtat-
Yustwday, ,before a ,joint so Ing package, a ert ha 2
laon of the HOUSe and ena, times a big, for te Honest
the spoke or continuing "to 1* John battlefield rocket,
prove and expand our supp In addition, atomic warheads
of nuclear weapons for our i have been' supplied for a grow-
naval, awd air forces..." ing it ded missiles de-
In the 13 athe betwe ve by the various services.
the two statement, one ato Tie" list is expected to take a
ie o sfii *aid, nuclear weas big Jump after the new atomic
oms of Many kinds have acbi- tests scheduled to start around
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6 FOR THE SNOWBOUND A Kansas National duard helicopter for Topeka lands in a
j:near Fort Scott. Kan.', to deliver food supplies to a snowbound home. Mr. and Mrs. Noble
lht, parents of 11 children, who live in thq house, telephoned that their food supply was
iJy exhausted.
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Reward pledges for information leading tW those. Mr;
ture of the machinegun *ssossins of Pani' Ps. T
Jos6 A. Rem6n are mouling towards a Smw l *
be the largest reward ev* offered in the Wesltr
phere, perhaps in the entire world sIo*ew*hsier
$160,000. '.0
President Jos6 Ram6n Guizado this morning ,ii-
into law the National Assembly's decision to offer
reward, together with $50,000 towards the cost of It
ing down the murderers.
A desire had bien expressed among Governmeat '
servants to contribute.oae day's pa each. The Panasa6
government payroll for oe day is about $60,000.
And a privately sue ribed reward fud'tready lht
pledges exceeding $22,XO, from sou ramungig fm*v
the largest-business hoe of thRe bic to the h ^
blest citizens. This fund '.s been op Sri ee .
andomay well reach before rit= .. ..
togmffi tna ris 1'a',

na eshe t toa T rni
on WAs then le would tr ened 2buys Itiat, 1Me,1lhi
Sl 1 th men by nrI. a va ck of uthe peak dao of '-year career
rda now on al,000oi tb wew Cnry b-de to e when h w rals onto thege stoe Ci e tr t te
attio Wp rcha: 8n, Iden n.1 not an D ol 4ugh fortune tenhller n cofnel st
terstfc ne sne 870 ay oiert adMea led al." t cket Sent yestt Iiay by lmn y. r
eV newT ones as ne uses 1,000" a7 oI'P not quite sure that it is Is of ee e n h' M
:- ct _thesslveSW .[p, a h o iu e m ready haepetning," I she sad in te thaid Bveral
serth vi resae e a thee Dnow wCorps Cou t stawewh or wouran Interveie between rehearsals pernFrank bd while the re- ChrTO. .bee7 (U -undr
tor dSth the third trnsa.on the rc u i at the opening f a show inThis thyes high point of my rest ha rele hec as i Airthr Rfor irmn
F1hLu t a to XUunc ardal mern. of those Uas wUnde arrest were being parh, who extends
goals were := 11h at the 'You can never know how as a mltrin$"Main .

t KciO er W Defense offld i then n maraeer, sHurokehetrntdl i s J est eo n ,te r to u 1
loew gloshso.a7 Galeao-Lisi, dcoribed it as pa l th hourrindthe preparation of U n f rm H youngster I dreamed of the Met U ctn Irng i at -atte P
ew s thm treatment which Pius has uthe new military budget to be now I saved money to go to stein 34, of Resdondo Bea
a I deo nle sy Boundthe opera only to find there asi Cal f., sil held by tho se-
et nor h 1 the Rome University, as ied Presdente bt tr- not enous h for even half a cret pe corg t t r

te orday t3s Aorcrast closed The last transfusion which Plpmhe P sSden a.. (UP)-The liner Queen of Bermu- late Wednesday, bemained in Met's first Mgro performer. steing ve him a New York ad- an eli sources s
ito 0 had was on New Yer's r lifeboat drss ask ident Tan. t i et rte o re
WUJWaIIye- InPsYe D sThere was no official explana- ticket ports. sa

one De. 28. Galeaz-Lis sid why it w as dec deed to ease Seenplucked from the sea when the Queen reached the ene before debut, coming one month before sted the rabbi to write to s i-"
SfInlhd hr and 1 s held VATICAN oned the "ade at my personal Trection c e "This issomething I've had in tives of the United states em-
4 n UP)-Pope PusXII reno chance the action would fore- TWO FOR THE SHOW Heiress-actress Gloria Vinderbilt, 30, mind for a long time. It's a tre- b he reared he had

t is wa confined to his pipe joitransfu the stomach, were drive. creasing the emphasis on atomic e was ot kownto what exteot Prince. The liner lowered one of to the Presidet
es sd w e was uled transfusion was pstpd to especially those of rapiwho announced that she had separated from het pyear-old s men y wderfl thg for m ado ince a s t
S by taea. theo papal bedroomystrcte rikin pier. The beusband, symphony conductorLeopold Stokowskg 4 e s back o me." 'Tocum airport Monday night
the mup, can e said. thenew Congstage with her escort. Frank Sinatra, to congrtul players the rerr
hret was the third trn on the n thought it at the opening of show in New York For 15 years Miss Anderson's ible uorties chek c a

Coast Guad cutters ad air res- 2. Therebs aI Ig i
late recovery. e l ehem 1 I has received in ten unlikely partial g restoration ofg
*I re Locoivodvn-Modm en.manager, S. Hurok, has tried to Sbe that hw-a .
eadlateIM72 's doctor, Prof. Blcard the cuts would pr entGen. Mat- OM persuade the Met to use the'theC-nal Zone ath
lossloed wi oalOi of ,1.37V2 Gilenam-Lisi, described It s parthew B. Ridgway, Army chief of M O o ledlatoVprewednndrgte"

; epbic of the date After the completretment which Piuthe weas staff, from preserve the lawmak-Qre randl
ome of th wre ethr 2 r 2 as locomo- s ewound-
U. S. Steel finished p$137%ofthe specialists treatin him. dize nationalseclnp ty. l bbfr rel u s te
ans Bound With Rescued Crew en decisions. was not made until lay to see bb or relIgio. cn- t et'
.our we kndrotewerrw ,to Proun e e rwOctober, after dancer Janet Col-rt, andteuU.8.e]
e et supowrt whenh dbyProf. Ferdinndo Croi. bou 0e w e P" ma called Rabbi Nabant

President Eisenhower emphasis the Rome University, ia ted President a polfe but extra- -o- ns had achieved success in the Panama th tetio th usect. no s ai
ad ar powerao.nd atomic energy, by Galleazzi-Lsi. ordinary letter protesting the HAMILTON, Bermuda, Jan. 7--the sinking boat in ormy seas ballet fr three ears as theLd a route to thetheUnted bStbi.
In his State-of-the-Unlon mes- ..ay Met's
th Aircraft clod The last traThe liner Queen of Bermu- late Wednesday, baeained in Met's first ro performer. stein de him da New Yorke i
l asanr The President, h seemed da headed for port here today, a lifeboat nearby. he lifeboat asked tkn to
Shad anew c e 5 Iwilling to stake his liltary pres- carrying the ton Newfoundlanders capsized early yesterday, but the Miss Anderdon feels here opera his father there. He also
one De. 2. Gaeazzi-Usi Id tige on the issue, a dered full it plucked from the sea when the Queen reached the skne before debut, coming one month before the rabbi to write to
cu ts i : o tos other Negro artnishi. b Ier City trbO tell her that he was o
Pag another transfusion onJ Sn. State-of -the-Unlonito foundered yesterday. as a storm, to other Negro artists. coCitytoitell her that hewsr
ut the recurrence of trouble. Congress. He said ere swept the Atlantic off Bermuda. The huge cruise liner had to
some hiccups had postponed the ade at my persoAl directionchange course to tq rescue of
7 (UP)-Paul treatment. after long and are study." Capt. Harry Thomassen of th the fishermen. Somi were n. o t
re pu n- The hiccups, which stem f He sadhisnew ry bud- Student Prince radioed ahead that g to their capsized lifeboat w in
format l for-,the National Safe- a hernia located where the food et justifies the slashes bY in- none of his me was injured, .but others huddled on the Student *ig s.
ty DO o.. usWa confined to his pipe joins the stomach, were driv.creasing the emphasis on atomic t was not known to what extent!Prince. The liner lowered one of t Peiea ,'
home todaI.tedavering from leg en away with drugs and the -and new weapons they may be suffering from ex- its lifeboats in waves 30 feet high. 1. nhose h
uriesa when ie wu ruled transfusion was postponed to1"especially those of rapid and jposure. Also braving the pe" seas ing on Al Supp r
bytoday. destructive striking power." The ten fishermen abandoned and raging 45-mile wilds st one
tLime or another in tie hours-Iong nen are worried
rescue operations were two U.S... troop cutback in
Coast Guard outters And air res.
+ ,cue planes and patro-raft from '
* ,Heights .RR Stationr Is Overwhelmin the U.S. Air Force, avy and w
'Coast Guard.aTo
*" -Set" Capt. Thomasen. m r of the atss
S285-ton Student Prince, t of St. .eUI
John's. Nfld., radioed .e'.3 *.
.-For Locojotive-lM-onument S no injuries among Is w. Allun
0i- the first trans-chntinental trptn Canal. some of this class were either 299 or 290 as a locoino- land *
ran from Atlantic to Pulafc shipped to Alaska bh Old 2W tlve-monument, a similar pre- Tne Sudent Price 2st radioed
-A a few others 4-its type ferenee was indicated in a poll it w -,as in troublerlate esday.,
were turned over to PPan- of the various Panami Canal A second message --rted the
ol*reThe locomotive selected w1eA m#Railroad and for many years ni-t-s engine room flooded,. the *.hTpo er Fe
ofeth preserved as a civic monulgent are in the railroad's pain liner thn *w t
1,eaI ....u,- nanth a kitn
Rail -Is known to rairoad men srice. .A location for the llroa tbTreai an.d kin Serv e Curtailed>
"Old IN." Built by the Cooke monument was also disusse The Queen of on a
cat u 'is .1...e by the lath- be .t the m gravel .sentat.ons of the U. 8. ratel sort, changed courseword
l ManCaalon@' fmldringl pl .t where the locoaILve.. W councils at a meeting at was receive e u d e n't
te Canal o cruetlon, It was 4 by the Dredling pivislOn. Mbo Heights Dec. 28. P i p lght.Mo goatGuard
on -I of1-oumno- .., ...cutter Sibb, escorting disabled
UMo -e* elm ,0ca.hey 1Tchn.cally. Old 20 'a Mo- Preservation of one of theIPanamanb hfr$Mh"eiard Ber-
boreow ab-- h.. 201 to, W In.l 3 V n.uia.n.lroadrs old locomotives as a muda, and It ecumter, cer, en
irefo to-. mument had betI advocated route Sn-aDru e atot York,
,,a- o ~ m of Its.claO sold D I _two sumL I 1 fat several years; sub etalso aw varti tef scense s-
wWas a workhorse ofth r 'In fre ., beeanamt.
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..THE PANAMA AMERICAN .L..b r Thisi s It
.FouNDeDsy NEL@Me. ROU@USYltvL IN 5los
7. H STRT P. O. Box 134. PANAMA, t. oF P. And
-. 8345S MADosoN AVg. NEW YORK. (17) N. Y." .
IMUTH..IN ADVANCE S1.70 2.50 .0
IA. IN ADVANCIr0 By VICTOR RIESEL WASHINGTON Two series of a carefully, pldned draft Eismn
r AN. IN ADvANc__ --y- __ o y v R LA backstage conferences have been bower movement in the spring.
--- If you want to count our na. 1Cb taking place in Washington which
IS YOUR FORUM THE RIADERS-OWN COLUMN ticn's blessings-do what the ex- may spell out whether thePresi- DEMOCRATIC STRATEGY
Sets do. Count the bacon and pork dent runl oand is eleted-for a '
chops on the hoof as the hogs roll second term. Democratic strategy meetings
T into Chicago's packinghouses or The most important conference have been concerned fith the att
S' IL ithe sleekCnewautos rolling off the r was held in, the White.House with that if Eisenhower ilto be th
r assembly lines, or the shimmering Ike's closest friends and adviser. candidate, then' t's tme for t
ga steel rolling out of the booming The other conferences have been Democrats to take off the gloves
| -- mills. held by the Democrats over the and show up his weak p ts.
THE RIGHT TO LIVE v mr question of whether they should Almost everyone agrees on s e
It all adds up to a record-break- f make the President himself their Eept Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Te.-
Ing 1955-the year with the built. main target for attack. as.
t in prosperity. I Varaos reports have come out "In baseball," summarised ohe
The year 1955 brings with It the greatest challenge that ng yer itiltI of
The ear 1955 brings with It the greatest challenge that Tis prosperity is no official. of the White House regarding the top Democrat after a conference,
ijg men and women of this planet have ever known. The nation's labor leaders-scme rent ag dnner weah put the "a mn in the pitcher's box s
f,,ohballenge that must be met fairly and squarely in the of whom saw 1 'as th year t on Ike to run again. One re
sense oef honor and in the service of God. It is a chal- with the built-in depressin-hail emanating from the office of wn. Hes responsible. t the
t deflsmen of good faith t stand up in defenseofsa osperas on. On a e President Nixon stated that Republicans have manage to cr
ie ?men Iis a challenge that springs forth from the sides the labor chiefs are abandon. or e re i to and ate the impr session that
e mindss and hearts of demagogues and tyrants. It is a ing prophecies of gloom and are tlat Nxcn had been picked to run nice mn surrounded by a ball
cl nge that's flung at freedorm-4oving peoples everywhere predicting profits i dr wh.thmat iteam which does things e doent
.gangt of treacherous, ioodt y power hungry villains ck ray of the co was wron on th count kno about-that he' not respond
W# .s:'ust *,world conquest, under hteir red Dannerke 0 s __aFistEsenho noth agreetsIbe
mmon knowledge and public record. It is a cha- Dave Bec o the teamsters to run; second, not a word was "That may be true. ut he's
ft mon nowlege ubli recordd ivethi 1,-00,000 strong----.'v-andv e--ven Walter i r menutoned about Nixon being his the pitcher, and he's the man te l.
t it Ilowed to go unanwered would deprive this 15 .000 stron-and even Walter T running mate. In fact, Nixon sat ly responsible for the Ics o o
eSt if ows of Go dgnans her ita wo uld d revf tho e autoworrs B'edtioned I'N yo po -^^ ^cs
generations of their God-given heritage 2 r le rs __LJ J.. on the sidelines during the dinner win. I the team around him fm-
tr oo' re no moth --eehJrospes. discussion and hardly opened his bles, it's up to him to remove
iMS -- specially to those of the younger generation, moths he. mouth. The story which his office them. Its up to hi to f
.t live a something taken for granted. To Many There are tatsUtlcs to prove all later fed to the United Press was what they are doing, not go around
Incl ding those who have seen the utterly inh= this, statis.tles Wi ll a carefully laid plant. blissfully ignorant t.
Sf lfe n.the eyes and minds of tyrannical demons, b trnsltd n terms of newI Wh t actually happened, as "The fact that Ike didn't know
lW O v a Bscored heritage that the entire free word o e .... pieced together from various rell- Mrs. Hobby had fired Mrs. Spauld.
and protect. forts. able sources, was that Ike's friends ing, the Negro woman of theyear,
'*^ TW wC o have enjoyed the right to live under God s new h o es and .. best o. \ l LLL--L' -J--t did lay down a terrific barrage of ij no excuse. The President of the
San firm on our ground in defense of this sacred ewscoes m AFL otru suasion that he run again. He United States musteither knew
't : we, by de ault, give glory to the beasts and dishonor tion trades chlef, Dick Gra He tened seed, made these things or appoint people he
fuanlty and what it stands for. reports that there will be een no promises. At one point, e re- can trust."
It it essential therefore that our forces be alerted to the 10 per ceptand 13 per cent in. I m .are": The above argument resent
Sreai'%S contemplated political as well as military moves. Let crease the buildg f private Youre mang t awfuy toug the definite thin of new Den
oti sed accept their every challenge, in the name of human homes this year. Non.resea al oMr o ratic Chairman Paul Butler, of
it d march forward rejecting every effort to enslave and building will also break records. But that was as far a he went. Vice Chairman Clayton Fritchey;
Ce the minds and hearts of free peoples anywhere in "Ccmmercial construction and of Adl i Stevenson, Speaker Sam
world.religious and private educational IKES HEALTH Rayburn, nd exPresident Tr
Let our forces, military, diplomatic, political and social, building, each of which achieved, ,,C. --Ei-ALTH Rayburn, a
tt reremr ^i r aolial dr tio p c *Those at the dinner included however, they have ....p
er with the representative groups of our freedon-ovin more construction' in,
her wh t h bee the councils of r nations 1954 than in any p ous year, P Chairman Len Hall, Attorney against one snag. Senate leader
walk 'i l pnhand in hand, before the counilsn 1954 than In' any previous yearn luded
ryon the battlefieldsof the world in God's nam e will likely expand st mO re in General Brownell, UN Delegate Lyndon Johnson of Texas, wi
rvemanind the 1955," Gray reported a iW days dCabot Lodge, William E. Robinscn ear to Texas Republicrats, e
.. Public struction is expected k i l relations firm, T r a c y Voorhees. "Lyndon wants be the leader
to Increase from 5 to 10 er cent. Yo Ul n ary f ra I assistant secretary of War under cracked one Democrat, "but doe.
gnway ecustuctieti will be about Truman, now a vigorous Ike root 't want to lead."
SSTAMP COLLECTOR 0 r nt higher, EPublic; and many of te original pre-
S. ..l Rchtls should i reae by 16 per a By B B RUARK Chicago "I Like Ike" boosters.
Birming mcent acc2.Or Ig tb latest plan. n.. Each one took his turn urging..
rdl n', .... irmn Our obiervatiohs p'int to an in- Ithe President to run, telling 'him #iPS -i- To P h
SBrminham creased spirit of optimism n oth no one else could win, appealing
England. er industries, he added. A few sounder heads than mine four years of trial, even if it gets twoear stint of service for all to his sense of duty. One re- eI-jgi
-I have only two heads--have re- by Congress, which is open to eigible young men of 18, finished marked: "We can see that you're
Sit': What's with these other indus. gently agreed that the watered doubt. The whole point is that its and done with by 20, would ac- in magnificent health." Another re s
Sa g stamps, and tries? Let'p nick a few pleasant down version of UMT, which'will very confusion is part cf the an- tually give you an Army. It would marked: "Your popularity is asnt h r I '
Sam very interested n collecting used postage America for reductions being made inside be submitted to Congress this year,i dent aversion to universal military be easy enough to include enough high as ever." F T I
have wished to get some from Panama and Central America labor From the packinghouse is at best a pacifier, designed to training, which has been rampant civilian classwork in the regular Attorney General Brownell fin.
If any of your readers would be kind enough to save and workers' union comes word that keep everybody happy, without since the days of G. Washington. Army routine to give a graduate ally produced a clipping quoting TOKYO, Jan. ( ). Th
end me soany of youther retamders offthldr mal from tienougme to time, I millions more hogs will be slaught- accomplishing very much of any- Universal military training, in a a status of college freshman or Adlai Stevenson to the effect that government discussed plans t
d e omvery grateful as these stamps ar mal from timehard totime ered for food up to Arpil 1955 th thing. true sense, means a call-u of any sophomore when he finishes his he couldn't bept Ike as cf today ay fr ahigh-powered oun
ld be very grateful as these stamps are very har to et over n the same rid of '54. The recent statement is that the man of an arbitrary age for cer- stint. Onan incentive basis a man The President perked up at this, of bankers and businemen to
I am very Interested In my hobby, would nt Steel unemployment is down by Defense Department will ask Con- tain time of military duty, no ex. might even extend his extracurri- asked to keep the clipping. steer the Hatoyama adriln ttr
I am very nterested n my hobby, otherwise I wo n 15 to 20 percent. And the industry gress for a voluntary-compulsory causes accepted. It has been pure cular training to allow him to en- .on's national recotruc
riny stamps you be f will be rolling out 100,000,000 to enlistment of 100,000 young men poion Congress since time run- ter a college at 20 as a junior, since It was after this barrage that program.
Any tamp on can for send me would be very welcome 1o or ,000,000 tons t h s year the under 19 for a six-month training nethot to the et etera, because the first to years c college rain- the President remarked his friends At the same time, thea
Iay collection and for use as exchanges, third biggest steel year in history. course, pay 3 a month, to e It .li 'poison i .the V6ting areas, Ing covers only about three hours were making it tough on him. nilntry revealed plans for en
f I could repay this kindness any way, I would be most Dave McDonald, now preparing followed by nine a nd a years with every mama and every papa a day of actual classwork. While Eisenhower definitely did trade attaches to country
py to oblige. gg to tour scores of steel plants i f reserve duty. This duty ostensi- ookngto we re.. put they will never, except agee he dd agre to South and M
SA. Tae the company of tel eucitve ly would entail a yearly holiday Te ave been tryg to rejig- time of war, actually get aron n to ement d e East, ar
1 th e 1'0antee ro ofait votio to the ree gar ince to in te a rm on Ji
Su ,r thed ,Na Guar d war, kin t eve tun s 18 a
iI t ~ther, who active reserve possibly py Msix-moat nine'Come with me for
S^ reserve techni ues, possibly py, aaitis elxoWunluI e "me with me for the g -g' tttMfr ron
I lr a O statistic es- 'for a two-week period. an a halt years of reserve alle- shilling," because the mamas den Chgre he kept l
capes, also expects prosperity in .glanc. .it Sp sed to be the an- like it and what the mamas don't gress guessing and if GOP die- adeohm adn
'5i. In.fact, sources close to him The clinker is that if the gentle- swer. It isn't an answer at all. like the papas don't like, and wha hard thought he would run. ntic before ont
OS D report that he expects prosperous men let the reserve training slide, You cannot really "train" a civi- the mamas and papas both don There was also considerable dis- w "
l Itar of the I Handle times right into 1957 or 1958. The they could be drafted into the lian volunteer in six months to like Congress don't like. cussion about broadening the Re-
airwr waves, Bamboolike new demands of his auto union Army for two years. In another become an acceptable soldier, fit publicanwparty's appeal, since they P Ich
ancis gras must be based on such happy volunteer plan, if a man enlisted for emergency duty, unless the This new diluted version of UMT could not rely on Ikes popularity a rert hote
She ppearan 3 Narrow way thoughts. They'd lake no sense for thr years and then failed to training is extended after the bas- is no UMT at all. It's a sort of forever. r eansiJhliappr
Sthe 4xpunge otherwise. Reuther and his eco- keep reserve status as a ies are learned. A tiny pittance of toy, like a baby's pacifier, to keep eatoea a sapr
AS hAq s t ine nomie braintrusters know they "min antlibe could be given reserve activity, strung out over the kid from crying when what he WANTED: "DYNAMIC PARTY economic council
epwe could never get a guaranteed an- a dis e o r than hon rable nearly 10 years, is ridiculous, ex- really wants his is dinner. On T"rffcni council.he oo
14| p eottd Y % |FHloeivoe nual w age, or a g tateed full and i veterans' rightss ce t as a booby trap to force the this basis, you might just as well The President himself spoke at Top officials oftheecon
soundtted S r a W eek, from an alli auto indus and il. dnuents into a mandatory draft, draw your standby Army from the length about bringing in young stret gand
nil ound Sall land 4 their try. It's a e o and is y ever expected loic tolBoy Scouts. At least the training blood new dynamic candidate e aspects of the plan t
bed iv substances 5 Cease (slang) subject lderaton after mix with politics, but a mandatory' there is slightly more consistent. and about party harmony. end p otal sources beie
16 rebot Sea nymph 26 Goddess 50 Little island And far from sick it is. '"--- "He used the word "dynamic" ov te f lafi
S booted Ar dor 27 Redact iBachelorof This will be the heaviest auto- I. Sw itc I g several timesin describing the prove the final plan
pt-l--- S-oe,.. 29 British going T g kind of party he wants. The way !T p ocn w oM
Is Compete: partner in 31 Above Ragin8seetg since they took the horse from the Jw agWItce to build this twdynamic"o rtit a fa -
rn 19- S934 ack of ntck (ab.) front of carriages. The tdustr was agreed, was to work itha f
l stdI tennisera-nt 32 Bck's wife Pronoun wi make c I o s e to 2,000,000 the framework of the present GOP official group of economic ad-
do l0s1 S1Gd'of love 55 8olndeviee cars between Jan. 1 and March By Peter Edon machinery they must avoid a vose daf rmcr rIern age
S championships 42 Thorouhfre 56 Wild ox 31. There will be overtime and P break with the Old Guard. had created and mak
son cha oshps42 Thoroughfare SWd Grqt week- end work despite the speed .- o them more representative,
shows o 12eFm ale ruffCity in 57mle (t. of new all-purpose tools,, and thak
t"* LL iln runew boey-m the automton', WASHINGTON-(NEA) Re- J. Mark Trice, Senate Secretary that each Democratic senator can ewur r oe o g so es county wae to
Smtworks 22 Dga trlnes Colorado 61 Ribbed fabric wch does the work of many. publican employes of the Congress for the pat two years, will go have about three patronage jobs best way of increasing public ap- consis of "about 10 .
MSleaposrts (b.)n B Nor is all this simply the hang- who two years ago were counting back to his former job as Mincrity if he wants them. Some senatorpeal for the GOP, he said, was to "- -
3OComplsed over of 1954's fall recovery. This is on nice long tenures in political Se retary, which he held during won't bother with them, and trade eer a course down the middle of
4atteras no seasonal jag. No sense string- patronage' jobs are now repar- the 81st and 82nd Congresses. or give away these lums to ti their road. Eisenhower policy, there- A GOOD GROUP
8 Rropean n' ug out factory statistics, but you zag t'o move out. Some of them Felton M. Johnson, who has been colleagues for possibly other fa- fore, was to be liberal with the
Mackbird are hereby assured that output is will have to leave town and go Democratic Minority Secretary vors not on record. ole, conservative with the eco. BARTLESVILLE, Oi. (P)
s(T W fa trucks way up and will stay that way. back where ey came from. Ot- during the 83rd Congress, is in On the House side of the Capitol, peoplemy, cointernational in foreign pol- -For a roup that as O conttt
ek S T A w rRecovery has spread. The troubled irs, who knew the ropes a little line for the secretaryship. Joe the party coming into wer after ig o -F o a retatdst. n t rel
(oShform) i textile industry is making its best better, will merely take second. Duke, former Senate Sergeant-at- an election has the rigt to make ic yi .hw.. 'ton, no proseidnnt,, no revela
os f showing in over a year. string jobs while Democrats move arms, will probably take over that a clean sweep of some 700 jobs, continue to be Ike's phrase, "pro. name, a "friendship c le
Roo2 f lal But most heartening are the little back into the top spots, position again with the Democrats. but this just doesn't happen au y gresnie moderatie'on." about 10 women here r i on of the
seen labor market reports issued All this swapping of jobs is reg- Chaplain of the Senate is the more. T g hesi e martin." 'abou t 10 meer a o fo th
by each state. In DeDember the ular procedure when the control Rev. Frederick Brown Harris, William R. Bonsell, Republican eed in getting a decision from ke The women, alL m friend ar e
__SS L -Texas Employment Commission, of Ccnges changes from one par. originally selected by the Demo- Ser eant-at-arms who Ia in charge on run geting a it was private than quarter of ae nB or ve
S -- for example, said, "The Texas job ty to the other. As the Democrats crats. The 80th Congress broke of the 73-man House police force, d ned b the. oarticipantW s that met fre ntly during the patsix
klS p Outlook for 1955 promises the sec- take over this month, they'll keep tradition in 1947 and selected their estimates that the Republicans rt, c dey wu not onric pas ha lugging years to have b. ast, v it an
edaI V- ond best start since statewide the political plums for themselves, own Chaplain, the late Peter Mar. moved only. about 40 per cent on the subject, but would start remember birthdays.
I4^Uwtle ^ .) y! ~~ W employment estimates were first The Republicans will take what's shall. On his death, the Rev, Mr. the Demo s when they tookn the ubjet wou sta remember i ays.
4Tu loo (ab.)d made in 148. left. Two years ago it waa the Harris was recalled and he will over in It- '
I Thrdlikte ', 1 B other way around. And if the Re- probably retain the position under Since the luerto Rican Nation- SIDE- E C lbraith
From Missouri the word is that publicans regain control in the 1956 the Democrats again, a Ulists tried to shoot up t House GLANCES y O oi
~.uleat r B r there were 700 more waking at elections, there will be another Where most of the changes occur there has been. coesiderale effort
VerGandpatena If"the end of 1954 than at the end of switche'qo in January, 1957. That's are in the minor jobs of elevator to take the Capitol police out of -- -- "
'Ve3erate -and for the first time the politics tor you. No private busi- operator, member cf th Capitol the political spoills system and es- P
SType at fur trd is shootin upward. From ness c operate under such police force, messenger, mail car- tablish a specially trained force *. T
Coat part New Hamhr the bulletin comes rules. In all, about 1000 jobs rier, doorkeeper, worker in the better able to cope with such cr- H
S'Motive wIth wore that 1,000 more people change hands, document room or page boy. ss. But so far this idea hasn't '-. / F
4 M ed an opy P are at work i the leather Patronage job shifts on Capitol There are 28 Senate pages. Dur- jelled. 10o r tfi i
1D im ate Lo "'--L I i and that many shoe manufacturer Hill aren't as bad as they used ing the last Congress, Democrats .
:-- = *-" ^,,i"anticpate high emploeynent" to be. Nor is the situation as good were permitted to name seven, One of th bs in-comin Dem-
based em current orders asd pros. as it might be. Attempts have Republicans 21. During the\ next ocrats ag a squabble over '-
rent economic outlookk" been made to have the Congress Congress this ratio will be re- is this Senr t-at-arms post. Jo-
r "| iHaPM New Year... a little put all its employes on a non-par- versed. seph H, ahan minority Ser r
r I late-t all the bulletin ae In tisan, Civil Service merit system The problem of. who gets what geant-at-arms in the last Congress, T
j la.~ "t~ a basis but the Congressmen have job is decided by Democrat and isn't planning to take the top job. 1

JiUST _TrIVD "-' ________-_ Dnever gone for this whole hog. GOP patron a ge committees. Landon Mitchel and Zeake W.
They have accepted a compro- They're not as ruthless as they Johnson, Jr., two Democratic as-
miss whereby the top committee were in the old days of the unin- sistants in the Sergeant-at-arma'
staff employes with a considerable hibited political spoils system. For office, are the leading candidates.
degree of expert knowledge are instance, a well-liked Republican Ralph H. Roberts, minority Clark
DAN ISH STERLINCG I MLV ER VfUfkept on froi year to year, re-. oliceman may not be kicked out of the House in the last Congrea.,
DANISH STERLING SIL R le of political changes. aby the Democrats. This is particu- will probably become Clerk.
iB Vjority and minority counsel or larly true if he has a long service Patronage jobs opening up. I-
I technical staff advisers merely and would be due for retirement the House are for some 40 door-
TEA AND COFFEE SETS 3 swap titles and desks, and busi. in a few years. Old. and well- men, 5S elevator operators, 52 e -
ae s eeswa mo as usual. known Negro messengers are also ing room employes and 50 poat
SO heenate side, the four top kept on. office workers. This adds up to *
obs are Secretary, Sergeant-at. there are over 150 patronage less than one job per Democrati
TH WORLD'S HIHEST STANDARD S ER ar two loor Secretaries bs opening up for the Demo. member of Congress, and is pr
THE WORLD'S HIGHEST STANDARD SLVER arL t tworand raplain. crate in the Senate. This means ty slim political pickings.
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Coming: Ex-Preidlent Barry
STraman on Ed MNrrow's "Person
to Persoa,; .d&Wet from his Mis-
souri hom6 ,
And maybe some day this show
Will visited White House.
Neose Case, the TV announcer
with the.homey manner and the
deep voice, is a rat record fan.
For a long time, though, he didn't
Sbuy any records, because he want-
ed to install a hi-fi system. This
done, finally, so Case went out
S and bought 130 LPs at once. Like
most ,LP records, these were sold
with a guarantee- they'd be ex.
changed within 30 days if they
were den ctive.
SBut ae'i hl-fl system had a
few blgs loudspeaker trouble
and t tait e trouble. So, when
his 3-day guarantee had only ten
days left, Case still had't a
ceasee to audition the records. ..
SWith a week left, the system
as ready at last and so he
listed to 130 LPs, working usu-
ally until three in the morning.
And he found a good many defect,
tive ones in the bunch, too.
"The current state of the the-
ater," says Sam Spewak, is bad."
Sam is one of our better play-
wright. He and his wife, 1Dela,
are responsible for such hits as
"Boy Meets Girl'! and, with Cole
Porter, "Kiss Me Kate." He is,
as he describes himself, a "pro-
fessional playwright." So his
gloomy estimate of the theatre's
current condition is worth hearing.

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* "The theater now belongs of-
Broadway and out of New York,"
he says. "On Broadway a pro.
nation costs so much that pro-
ducers won't attempt anythngdif-
ferent. The public only wants to
see things it can't get tickets for,
so a play has to be a big, smash
bit to be successful.

TV Toppers
I never heard of a silent butler,
but I've met some pretty discreet
maids In my day.
"It's a musical comedy theater
now. Oh, there's an occasional
straight play that makes out, but
by and large it's the musical
comedy that is the money-maker."
Be that as it may, the Spewaks'
latest effort, a noi musical-com-
edy called "Festival," will open
soon with a cast headed by
Betty Field and Paul Henreid. He
has pretty high hopes for it, de-
spite what he thinks of the state
off the theater in general. And,
also, despite his opinion of some
of the people in the theater.
"Everybody thinks he knows the
theater,' Spewak says. "If you
give people an architect's blue.
print, they don't pretend to un-
derstand it. But give them a
script of a new play, and they
can tell you all about it and
most of them will say they could
write a better one if they had
the time."
Spewak is a I large man with
ia husky voice and a permanent
expression of weariness. The e
whole makes him look something
like a four-poster bed. But what,
he says Is said sharply and frank-
"Television," he says, "ruins
actors. The idea of TV is to get
a play on and get it off. They
rehearse a week, which isn't
enough for an actor to develop
in a part.,He can't play to dif-
ferent kinds of audiences, which
an actor needs."
That's Sam Spewak. Or some
of him.

'Mrs. Ruth Helbel started some-
thing. She appeared on Dennis
James' "On Your Account" (CBS-
TV( and won some money, which
she promptly turned over to a
soldier who had once saved her
from drowning. James, who knows
a good stunt when he stumbles
on it, located the soldier who
said he'd like the money to go to
another GI, who saved his life
Jp North Africa.
The idea which James dubbed
"cAhan of hankss" kept on going
ndi i now up tA. L tehikis.
very -. Miiid
Vameboy. One uesys it
gt back to Mrs. Hel -and
where do we go from there?
New York's autogralpj, collee.-
tors have found a way of getting
their prize signatures In whole-
sale lots. They've discovered that
many stars live in the same big
east-side apartment. The coinci-
dence is amaing, but all of the
f.llowin. are tenants in the same
Fay Emerson and Skitch Hen-.
derson, Robert Alda, Sally For.
rest, Red Buttons, Bobby Sher-
wood, Ted Collins, Edith Adams
and Ernie Kolacs, Leland Hay-
ward and Horace Stoneham, of
the New York Giants.

Eatras In 1955

HNih School Photo
f i.&.l T- .A -

Senate Rules Committee Recommends

Curbs on Investigators' Methods

WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UP)- at a Public hearing could
Three helpful pnoto f a ct 'A Senate rules subcommittee to testify in his own behalf
sheets which will hel high yesterday recomimende4 a dosen file a sworn statement with
school students le i"more a- tuls ,to curb alleged abuses by committee.
bout' plctu -takl n photo- senate Investigating committees. Hennings would:
graphy are benffo rtedby thel Sen. Thomas C. ;enmlngs Jr. Forbid one-man subcomm
Easu an Kodak Mo. twconnec-'(D-Mo.), a member of the full tees unless authorized by ma
tion withAthe comnY' S1955 Na-rules committee, also proposed ity vote.
tonal High School Photographic independently a. much m ore Require all committees to
Awards. ; stringent check-rein. low the rules of evidence as
Titled, "How To aftke ann dl The rules subcommittee report ed In court.
Submit Prize-Winnp Pilctures,'was signed. by Chairman Wil- Allow witnesses to have cc
"Selecting and PrPcring pice ltam I. Jenner (R-Id.) and two sel who could advise them.
tures for Publiction," and 'Glos- oter members who heard testt- Allow every witness to m
sa of Important Photographie mopy of 70 witnesses last year. a complete answer to a qi
and Photo-Edltin- Words," the The rules subcommittee made tion, with an explanation If i
sheets are available on" recommendation on whether essary. Some witnesses are
The tenth- annum Nationalia committee need require a ordered to give yes-or-no
High School Photographic A- majority present to take testi- wets.
wards contest Is open to all stu- mony 'nor on the subject of one-
d e n ts in daily attendance man hearings. NOT RECOMMENDED
(grades 9-12) at any public, ri- It Said, "No case has been ,ROCKVILLE, Conn. (UP'
vate or arochial high school In maade out that one-man hearings Appealing a $50 fine for kind
the Uniled States and its terri- re by their very nature produc- a fire without a permit, Myror
stories, and will run from Jan. 1 tve of unfairness or abuse." ,reen served as his own lavs
to March 31, 1955. Winners will, The subcommittee specifically and wound up with a $100 fine
be announced In May: objected to one proposal that a 15 days in jail.
The awards, sponsored by Ko- news reporter caUed as a wit-
dak Co., offer a total of 256 ness should not be required to
prizes, amounting to $5,000 in reveal the source of his Infor-
cash. There is no limit to the nation. iLADW j W.
number of photos an entrant I "A newspaperman, apparent- a,,idipV inLs
may submit. However, the pic- l, is to be granted a license to I
tures must have been taken by Ametr" under the proposal, the I A I
the students themselves since subcommittee said.
April 15, 1954, and these same Among the recommendation' m I ha Rw .m
photos must not have been pre- were:. *u-ieM weak bodyt impurie bli
viously entered in any nationalI Power to issuesubpoenas could ana h memory. 0w 1 a
contest. 1 .e delegated by majority vote iS t ,t mewstibed
Classes in which entries will the chairman or any mem- wovery bym an mriuao Dotor.
be judged are: (1) School Acti- her. atoes it P
vltles; (2) People; (3) Pictorials; Only members and authorized v jatour o a isa s
(4) Animals and Pets. staff personnel could question "w pn. .* lood1 istor
Fact sheets and additional in- witnesses. ew man. n ha vel
formation on the contest may be No.closed-door testimony could wt 1ihsa ho ineICIa tit pleas
obtained by writing to National be released without authority of ablatloin S. a
High School Photographic A- the committee. gin to bu.d anw our and aers
wards, 343 State Street, Roches- Each witness should be told ye* b l ***Iwhb-r ~ ad
ter 4, lNw York. In advance, "for his information T"hseucIese o thais
NOR EE only," the subject matter of the wet" be VraI.T h, hIar sT
NO RESPECT investigation, but this should i.ts or wtrbut d
not limit the scope of the hear- Tab* ~akes you ftol fuM V.f4t
MUSKEGON, Mich. (UP)- ing. dneg. n Tears ounsbr.j
Thieves broke into a place and A witness may have counsel ptG *t G I et VI-Tai
took a box containing $32. It was unless a majority of the corn- f DS rom* y
the entire capital of the North mittee disapproves. _. l_ i today
Muskegon Junior Pollee Lodge. A person adversely mentioned ***M voi

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Al Bethel Mission

Church On Sunday
The Bethel Church of God in
San Miguel, of which Rev. W. H.
Stewart is acting pastor, will ob-
serve its annual harvest thanks-
giving Sunday.
The service will open .with the
presentation of baskets by the Sun-
day school pupils which will be
received by Mr. R. Stewart wife
of the pastor. Taking part on the
program are representatives from

several Evangelical churches. 1 ,L-- B
In addition to the church choir, M S L
anthems will be rendered4by the
Christian Mission of Pan a m a At C oonI
Chorrillo, and the Bethel Mission .
of Paraiso. Others schedule to Burial TomO
take part are The King's Four,
Panama Christian Mission, Church n T J 0r
of God, Rio Abajo; Church of God, COO, Ian. i W .
San Miguel; Christian Mission 25th Goldson oilv di
St. Chorrillo; Nazarene Church, io'clt .smoning.r
San Miguel; -Panama Bapt i s t clock thj morning.
Christian Mission of Papama, La
Boca, Judith Stewart and others. tomuneral services .l
A local ministers will deliver a the Methodist Chureh t'
short thanksgiving sermon while Melendez Ave.
the program will be presided over
by Rev. C. U. Jarvis, pastor of she is survived by her,,
the Panama Christian Mission. Linda HEnry, Mrs. u
rows, Mrs, Mildtld T: uB
The program is scheduled to be- Doris Gibbs, AlhonSO
gin at 3 p.m. and 14 grandchildren.




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airfield, Utah, Scared 0 Ghost' --CM

,own In Nearby Mercur, (Pop. 2)

By ASKEL NOHR Western ghost town. Silence .pre-. .
I vails in its cnce-noisey streets.
FAIRFIELD, Utah (NEA)-The Empty and cobwebbed are the
of Fairfield, Utah, (pop. 70) once-busy homes, boardinghouses,
scared to death of a ghost. The Istores, service stations and sa-IL
jistis nearby Mercur (pop. 2), loons. As a ghost town, it is be-
since dead, but once a bu- ginning to attract sight-seers. s
o bomr town. Prowlers steal piece after piece
y boof the buildings and machinery. -
Fairfield is in Utah County's The latter, incidentally, is the rea-
SCer Valley. Ghostly Mercur is scn for Mercur's population of ;..
.abd~Ve it, in, the'mountains, just rtwo. i 'f
ov4 t line in Tooele County. Fairfield folk fear ghostly Mer- I i 1_im zICI iND ais rIMimD Hot Chepeas s .
Mercury, was once one of the na- cur because it may poison them
ion's biggest gcld-mining centers. all some rainy day. At the old WHY,
Mining in the area was started mine-site there's a mountain-size 1 .- ADAtfA. FAHPE.T
S 1860 and continued with dump of old, worked-over ore. It "' : .. CtY N Eo.4.'THW E
various ups and dcwns until 1939, contains large amcunts of poison- 1LO AD 1 TIS!me oOK.-E... A N f l. .
when themines closed down be- ous cyanide of potassium. used as l!kL.4 IFL IWATDO
cause of economic conditions, a flux in milling gold ore.. ,- LO t -A oL.
Today, Mercur is a typical IThe dump has been leached by CWRKMS
floods and cloudbursts and the
nr cqntaminated water has cut a i
-/gully bew the dump and above .
A.A&I'can.Men lthelgy .b which provide the .
wate'rsuply for Fairfield and
.-- .ether Ce ar Valley communities, ..
Z AVARIAN IN FANCYF Responding to demands that'
A GALA DES- protective steps be taken, the
-4 ;-- Utah County commissioners re-
icently pledged assistance to the ," -*,
-* AYNOSMADDOX small towns in keeping a levee,.W V yW onk ob
V dand Markets Editor at points where a flood could .. "
-brea- through. Unless the waters -
undecided about dessert for are, diverted, the commissioners
you-fSunday dinner? agree, the poison might seep into ALLEY Q Easy There Gu!
iM th'. ,e local water supply. & [i~ fLLEg OW Easy There, Guz! .",:
Jfm Mrs. Hugh Stapp of Den-, That "population of two" in
?Colo., comes a beautiful a'- Mercur are Mr. and Mrs. H. L. N..-

r(Yeld: 6 servings) 000 worth of equipment there and 1..
t glitein.d the Granes sort of keen an ee

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.rs tjuce. 2 ateaspoos graup te hed p ac eivesd nw and olaim KEEPERS OF A GHOST: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Grane and their dog,
ange rid, 1 p vy creim, they li the loneliness too much Fritz, are only residents left IDn once-boomiEng Mercur, Utah.
Scl evaprte milk, whipcped of wehae t washe ai 6roomv apat- They have a vegetable garden who brings out mail and food on O
rn imet house during the old boom (which they unwillingly share request.
Yi together elatin, ep of 4ays. They have an ld radio, wIth the local por ines) and a or these two simple people,
rands n top of double bt no newspapers or TV and no score of chickens. ere's a tele- Mercur, the ghost town, has be-t

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o w teaspoonge ortstathc, M tea-.
spoo n ioasmn, 3 tablespoons an-
g run can (16 ounces) pitted Bi0ag %
,herries, teaspoon lemon juyle,
i tablespoons dry cooking sherrynTACA T, ,O her r,.,T
2 pints pre-packaged vanil la irce
Milx together cornstarch, dunna 8V L TBL ATYA IV E H
mano and sugar in saucepan. d rain
ierrlies, add syrve anw.stirnti

blended. Cook, t constnatlyW D1D-
sntil mixture is ymlii 3 thicknsdNE
and comes to a bou Remove froms
heat; add lemon juice, sherry and ...- O.
cherries. Cool slightly. Spoon ice IN CPSNA T ..
cream into serving dishes; top with GHOST OF A UTAH GOLD MINE: Abandoned c yanide tanks and ore dump In background at PARIKIDS
u e. Mercur, Utah, give residents of nearby Fairfield the jitters for fear their water will be poisoned. TYIG OUT
TH& 1k AO AL T9

rwa sugear oinA" paDrainWA Ho6e Aain WY wnsoN S voUG s .G'"
blended. Cookst irring at"

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and comes t rraAPlLr R emo vefrothI

'ei Coo slightly. Spoon ice -, r., ............ e ....
rngdshues; top with GHS T FASTH OD IE : O Abandsoned cvll suanide tanks and or Wea ou0
IR.0PNS WTN.JINV HP~ats T~s oweTs eIeoNWE*m

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e .i .U "'.p'-ehel er. ,he erMr andMdi,
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-. family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank De-
HG5 l $J Mr. and aa r and family. and Mrs.

Mr and familyM. Miir. and MrMs.1 Hum*e,
r. $- -- r-. Thorsamtoe -0 r. and Mr. n Gregoryd

rs A. t and Mrs. Wezad family,
Kit. Mrs. D t. r IMr. and Mrs. AdNUo Weli.
..mdlE n, Con ., Mr. Mrs. lri..

v Mr.and0- Mrm .ran d-f, M'lary Dindt, MlH
.K im, Mr. at ii Ereeruson, Miss Graoe Rtd.dmes Tree Bsn.C
oa' 11= 111 11 A Saturday -M e ast 4W,
,, -- THE Boosters Club li t. Mary's

St iksa place Opposite the alI d
COroso t r e e t.etbat is ,between
...- r rtlSr .l e goal post oft a6 practice
flo and t m oad. b'her wr ,
S: be adequate parking facilities
S SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET .' "" D,.s par" g.
;, It Y U G UFFET: ot. I.owniL se erwho w 'b an bringmi
their own refreshments. There wm
be a trailer, truck available with
will not be held this Sunday ft drinks.
due to the National Mourning Alh are invited to attend, and
.bring their Christmas trees if they
have not oee6 disposed ot yet

affet will be heM
aa L., Jan. 1i

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The purpose of the Booster Club
is to Surmsh wholesome and
worthwhile activates, for the youth
ItL Mary's Mission parishes.
Mr. Sawyer WIR
Mbow Travel Pidares
The monthly. lustrated talk at
the USUJWB Armsed forces serv-
ice Center on Mnday, at 800 p.
m. wI present Marun Sawyer
who will show plctur in color:.
the four months automobile trip
which he and Mr Sa.wyet ma"e
in 1949 in South America. Mr.
Sawyer shipped his car to Ecuador
and travelled through that con-
try, Peru, Chile, and across the
Pampas Land of Argentina to Bue-
nos Aires.
An employee of the Post Of-
fice in Gatun, Mr. S ay w er had
been President of the Atlantic
Camera Club and Secretary of the
Diabol Camera Club.
Among ,the many places w
be has.~n his colored' jiUe
1 .mm flm have b e l
ie t Club at -I&

&ii), rand the pubil bq
iadi Zone and the RubUc
Panma are cordilly invited
to attend.
Amoal Tour To Costa Riea
On Saturday, Jan. 29, a chatter-
ed COPA 30 passenger DC-3 plane
will leave Tocumen airport at 7:00
o.m. for (,sta Rica carryinJ a
rup of Isthmian Travelaire So
City members of a two day tour
cf Costa Rica.
During their stay they will vial
the shopping cetr on Saturday
morning's guidedtr in the after-
noon will take them through Mora-
via, Aluejals, Qjo do4 Asua. nHre-
dia and Catali..
-In the ey ng there wi be a
tour of the Pgt pota, early Sun-
day morning p to .the ra
Volcaeo has be eheduledstp-
ping at Robil! ancb ad Carta-
g on the ztfr trip.
The group will arrive in Tocu-
men 6:00 p.m. Sunday.
For reservations call Balboa 43-
94 The fore of $41.00 covers he-
tel, meals indightesin trs.
(idwor f society a Piam
tura to page 7).

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Simmoui. Baloa 6367 or Mrs.
John Reeder, Balboa 6356.
PO l of.ef W.ill hold its reul
M 'M Braes ws home .

Ir instruction session at the Pare-
lio Lodge Hall beginning at 7:30

ve you evr l B aby
are wonder to wa ashe
roes back and forth ail counesb
athis Playfield. Stay.iby hI
be Wftapitrit
ave this n wtho i

. %o a BylJaby takes ro l
e .ojt e.rIt
Do It when I's asleep,
i B sleeps well, or kWp
Well entertained during the op-

For any situation where you
'want to carry a minimum of
Baby's paraphernalia, there is
now a nylon and oaetate crib
sheet that will dry ad go right
back on the bed in no time. its
nice for An overnight ttlp to




SBuy quality at

low lowp
Were NOW
ropcal Style Living Room Sets ..... $150.00 $112.60
upper r Moderno" Livng Room 8e5 165.00 123.75
**UlIra Moderno" Livng Room ets. 240.00 151.M
Dpagmar" Living Room Sets ........ 250.00 175.00
European Damask Living Room Sets ... 235.00 150."0
Armless Ltying Room Easy Chairs ..... 45.00 29.50
Rattan Bamboo Chairs No. 603 ....... 29.50 15.00
Bamboo Center Tables No. 1038 ..... 35.00 17.50
Portable Tables With Tray .......... 15.00 1,75
Bamboo Brackets ......... .... 2 .. 70 15.00
Rattan Magazine Holders ............ 12.50 8.00
Rattan Chaise Lounges With Foot Stand
No. 205 405.................... 99.50 50.0S
Wooded Ashtrays ............. '72 2.'5
Standing Ashtrays With Mirror ....... 12. 6.0
Crystal Ashtray Sets ................ 5. I' .S
Bed Chair No. 664 .................. 75.00 4.
Simmons Studio Couch, No. *157, green 195.00 145.:
Livling Room Easy Chair, S ImMi na
Style ........... ................. 80.00 59,50
S r. 0f" NOW
Varnished and Caryed Dining Room set 7 0
No.-1010 .......................... 475.00 50.00
Varnished Dining Room Bets No. 1035
in Black Color ..................... $580.00 S1395.0
Dining Room SetNo. 1025 In .feam

**fore *OW
.Jinterprise water-li-eaiei, .0 gals .. 1A.00 0 I $ 0
1trmster Water Heatera, 12 gals. ...... 0m.00 30.
rmater Water BeatSkrs, 17 gls ..... 100.00 U."

Varnished and Carved Bedroom Set
No. 180 ............... ...;..,.. .-30.00
American Bedroom Set, Painted.....:.. 400.00
Practical .and Economical Carboard
Dressers ............... .....,...... 1r .50
Simmons Studio Coach, No. 1727, green 195,00
American Bedroom Sets Natural ......$450.00
Bedroom Sets in White and Green.... 475100
Suncrest Pillows 21 X 27 ............. $ 12.00
5uperfoam Pillows 21 x 27 ...s... .,. 12.75
Dole Mahogany Beds 180 ........ 55.00
Twin Mahogany Bed 180 ........... 45.00
Mahogany ChI oroble, Two Door 185 95.00
Wardrobe Mahogany with Mirror- 180 110.00
Simmons Spring, for Twin Beds ...... 25.00
Simmons Coll Spring for Twin Beds
C-421 ............................. 29.50
Mahogany Night Tabli .- 180 ........ 19.50
BSimMdns, Springs for Double Bed ..... 25A00
-mmons Coil Spring for Double Bed... 32.50'
Mahogany reers. with Mirror 40 x 60
-1o. 2OD ........ ................ 150.00
Mahogany Dressers with Mirror 36" -
No. 180 ........................... 85.00
Mahgany Dressers with 6 x 48 Mirror
W : Yore
Swing No. 2144 ........... .. $ .50
Wooden Cradles N. 19 ............. 63.50
Wooden Cradles No. 1928 ............. 0o
Wooden. Cradles No. 1966'............. 58.50
Simmons Iron Cradles ............... 45.50
Simbmons Youth Beds, Metal .......... _9.50
Wooden Cradles No. 1912 ............. 49.50
Children's Dressers, Small Size ........ 59.50
ChildreVss Dressers, Regular Size ...... 79.50
Wooden Clothes Hangers for Children
NJ o. 721 .......................... 6.25
Baot Beauty Mattresses for Youth Bed 52150
Peter Najera Mattresses for Youth Bed 39.50

Mtal, Folding Chairs No. 28 ...........
Meal Simmons Eas Chairs No. 25F-2..
Canvas Folding Chairs No. 776 ........
Wooden Folding Rocking Chairs ......
Metal O Gliders No. 232 .................
Aluminum. Folding Chairs No. 250 .....
Wooden Folding Chairs No. 791 .......
Nylon Chaise Lounge .................

Large iNe, Mahogany Desks with 6
She"v, 36 x 60 ................
Desk Lamn ..........................
Mahogany Desks, 30 42 ..........
Mahogany Desks, 30 x 48 ............
Mahopgy DOks, 32 54 ............
Plastic Trays for Liquor Serving E-27-D
Peatio aeo. 1r000 ................

$ 5.50
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If you are u wise as you are
capable in a kitchen you will for-
get that you know more about
cooking, cleaning and .washing

Eden, Mendes
Parley In Bangkok
MANMIA, Jan. 7 (UP) Brit-
ish Foreign Secretary Sir Antho-
y Eden and French Premier
Pierre Mendes France are exs-
pected to attend the SEATO.
sessions in_ Bangkok, Philippines!
Vice President Carlos P. Garclai
said today'. '
Garcia said-the date was care-
fully chosen so that both could
be present barring unforeseen
Neither attended the Septem-
ber conference in Manila.

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benefit of Us superior knowledgeb
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swer o.1 ilkue says he mar.
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a meal. .
SNatura11," he sao,''"I got
pretty good. I learned h .to cook
economeally ad t a good table
without leaving al the money at
the chain store .
"Bqt here is.di question: Should
I take on the ob of teaching my
wife what I k"ow watechg over
her shoulder to tei her roat bat-
ter is too thin' or 'Yed Waste gas
and food value when you overcook
vegetables' or 'Thabt iron Is too
hot. You'll scorch-My hirat?'
"Or should I just turn her loose
with a cookbook amd let her find
things out the hard way, by trial
and error?"

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Agenda Internal. de oPublleeo i N FIARMACIA TADOI UNIDO1
.45 Ventral Ave. I Ave,
Parque Lelevre 7 i'e*t 650 Street lSo. 53
160 Central Ave. J. Fco. de Om AiJ. f. 41

Via NXsina No. 34

H Street No. 57

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FOR SALE:-Whirlpool washing
machine, 60 cycle, 30 gallon;
Leonard water heater. Both ex-
cellent condition. Phone Panama
2-2842. No. 6 Tivolh Avenue.
FOR SALE:-Q.M. toble and 4
choirs $15; couch $20; high
chair $8; 1953 Kenmore wash-
ing machine, 60-cycle. $200.
2519-B Sago Ave., Occoll, C.Z.
FOR SALE: Borgain, modern
wardrobe, bleached $65; Magic
Chef sto e $75. Call 3-2743.
FOR SALE:-Porcelain refrigera-
tor. 25-cycle; washing machine,
25-cycle; divan bed and other
household furniture. Coll Paraiso
FOR SALE:- 1950.. Cadllac 4-
door "62," w/s/w tires, excel-
lent condition. Must sell. Leaving
for U.S. Call Balboa 2-3697.
FOR SALE:-'54 Opel Olympia,
not used yet. duty' paid, $1400,
or $1000 and a good used car.
Phone 2-0718.
FOR SALE:-1950 Cadliac. Hy-
dramatic, good radio, new bat-
tery, new interior, $250 below
dealer's price. House 53, Cristo-
bol 3-2573.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-1954 3-ho. John-
son outboard, new condition, very

FOR SALE:-1952 Nash seden-
efte, e*xellt condition. A reel
befrlen. Can be eir *at No. 21
12th Stret. Son- fraelm., Fi-
nencing available*. Contact Mr.

FOR SALE:-1949 Pontioc' 2-dr.
sedan with Hydrmatic, radio,
heater, etc. Priced at $600 for
quick sale. Call Albrook 2116 or

FOR SALE:-'47 Cadillac, duty
paid, 4-door, Hydrdmotic, radio,
excellent condition. Phone Cu-
rundu 83-2246.
FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth se-
dan. Quarry Heights 3160 during
working hours; Balboa 2-4171
after 4 0.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Si.nger car,
excellent condition. Phone Boal

Y.M.C.A. and 5 p.m. at Hotel El

Over Tokyo Bay;
HfnKD Jut, Ee1,.I. l. R

ANN LATTIN School of Donce
announces a hew branch location
at Cocoli Clubhouse. first floor.
The classes formerly conducted
at Kobbe on Wednesdays and
Saturday will also be held here,
usual schedules. Phone Kobbe
6228 or Balboa 4415.


FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
.Cocker Spaniel pups. Wil deliver
choice. Phone 4-576.

RIal Estate

FOR SALE:-125-ocre form. or-
chord bearing, posture, altitude
3000 feet, 3-bedroom modern
home. Chiriqui, Highway 1', Mile.
Write U.S. cl/ Box 134. Pongp
ma City. ,

icon couple, 2- or 3-bedroom
chalet or apartment in suburbs.
Call Mr. Madruger, Telephone

CZJCx To Present

.I So Bahvb AIt

ia s 't a ,-i ,-1 Us fw hours, $85. Phone Bal. 1003. M Er u D iw .. s
1%1 9. s L -3t fe BDig Explosion
SSL: 1953 Evinrude Diab
S7-z-hp. outboard, excellent con- KYO an. 7 (UP)-One ATuesday
I edition; Webster Chico o wire merican pilot was killed and two
.C. recorder. Phone 86-3197 more are missing in the collision Each year, all- Zone, all-star
reorerPPon 8'6. 1-- of two U.S. Air Force planes over football players appear in the
E al Tokyo Bay last night, he Air college dramatic production, and
T "Force announced today this year sees the same pattern
A T-33 jet trainer with two men repeated with Bob Morris and
a h t b I aicard and a Sabre fighter crash- joe Oliver in ?Somne Baby" at
ia ed together while on a "routine the Diablo Heights-Theatre on
Straining mission," rocking the To- Tuesday Jan. 11.
k area with a tremendous ex- Bob is the newly-elected She-
iOgOh deosPon and raining fire b a I rif.t with Joe as his new Deputy
'The AirFarce said that ae bo-peredIn college .plays before,
oday by searchers and that and neither now o t spoken
npe WAo c" tiat was continuing for the other stage.
two men. The head cheer leader of Ca-
ShPrior to the opening pitch of .Nmes of the airmen were with- Il Zone Junior College alsoap-
laot night's game the fans paid ldpears in a startingly-different
SReli Camera their fLn 1 tribute to Panama's The planes were on a "nightrole, with Marilyn Bevngton as
nUmber one baseball fan, the training mission when they disap- the grandmother of the "other"
Yallt by legreat resident Jose Anto- eared from radar scopes which baby. Marilyn Is also a college
ni Remon Caenta. were tracking them," the A i r Sophomore with a record of past
His vacant chair, in his special Force said. work in the drama.
box, dropped in black, and a sad-I The collision which was heard by Wi
dnhed' audience, where even the hundreds of persons in the Tokyo With Lorna Stone and Bob
usually noisy, hustling peanut area occurred just a few miles Quinn as the leading characters
vendor wore mourning and sold, northeast of Tokyo international in the fun-show, and with the
his wa in undertones were airport at 25,000 feet several layers already ds-
s yrblieo nf the generals attitude icussea in thI newspaper over
o.oppl ei deen attit Two amphibious planes and one the pst few daythe college
of a peple I dp rie. helicopter began an immedi a t e comedy is ready for production
As the fans stood with bowed'search. It was suspended about on Tuesday, January 11.
5 heads for the'cUstomary minute 2:30 a.m. and resumed at dawn.
Pnory nd the Fireman blew taps. 35th F ghter-Interceptor wing bas- J
." eyes glanced at the double'door- ed at Yokota air base near Tokyo.
AilHR L r w"M touth wh is th great' The ere the seond and t
I'a"n' s bfe ntlyentered plane lost over Japan yesterdayWithRedsThird
h one oi his favorite Dos- A Marine Jet fighter crashed ear
ltA s, and handkerchiefs flu t- er. The pilot parachuted safely
tered as they wiped a tear here bt a 14-year-old Japanese boy n ml
sl-* I.a' n and there. Even good plays on was killed when the unmanned w "-wmisu
-ifm' maa the field were barely applauded plane hit a house. BEPP Southern Japan. Ja.
Iv an as a nation and her friends
S PP a nation and her friends MUSICAL BURGLAR 7 -(UP) -Foreign Minister Ma.
.round, themselves wrapped n n-SICALBURGLAmoru Shi.emtsu assured the free
oTBina gm, Oltble grif. I GREENVILLE, R. I. -(UP)-A world, today tha-mhprovement of
Se ofP ran.- The box, used for years b thief with an ear for music broke Japans relations wi the Co
t. President Remon, will remain tothe home of Mrs. Kay unst countries ranked only
.3 atm.Uan doay. vacant throughout the balance Moore. He stole an old organ. third in the new Hatoyama gov-
,i p n d. .v.acant.. throughout, .. ,ternment's goals.
of the season, by decree of the Shemsu who arrived n
.Pul Ber- Professional League and not on- two hits in three trips to the home const.u. cy from Tokyo
ot panama ly this season but throughout the plate. Soec or the goe rm Tokyo.
I l spe-many to come the fans wil al- The league announced la.t d cared the .overn s No.
the Raoly pee ways.a"m to turn their hpads night that a doubleheader, be- obetive anf dtion stone of
'a 4hort talk on the in its direction to quletly brinX tween the Carta Vieja Yarikees its foreign is to strength.
tb mind and heart the Ima of and the Smokers, will be the or- ur relation ith the demo
S' e of the great mnet of our time. der of the day for Sunday. The a tic countries, especially w it h
w the Last night's game was a well first game starts at 3 p.m. and Rakied aead of re....
i ne the played contest. Harry Pritta since the nags will not be run- tons wt t n a urtai, he
Menter- went 8 and 2/3 innings before ning at Juan Franco, it s ex- .s1d w'h f m t ,
Scon- retiring in favor of big Clarence petced a large crowd of turfites r .atons withthe countries
r ti h of the Churn, who got Hector Lopez to wll hae something to do at "a
SCanal' fly to right field with the tying much less cost to themselves. In a press conference in Be ,
SSS llaMmma Ca- runa on bpae. Olyde Parris was Tonight's game is between the thForeign Minister dl
4ic a cocktail.ithe whole 'Ifield, making aome Y a n k e e s and the Sodamen. the Sa rn n Frai. e
l uqt- their Imposible plays look easy at[Scheduled to toe the slab for the the Ja anese-A.nrican Security
Aa S eww build- third a a ofcourse, Mr. Short-, Yankees is Ludtke and for KeU- Pact laid thebasic relations be
&wmod- stop Austin, kept his beating man's team it will be George twen Japan and the Unte
d sl uae verge over the .400 mark with Socha. states.
0I1y. 1 "It js America's desire as well
~ M4'R LUS I -as ou-" s that Japan, keeping this
F I.n mind, build up its economic
self-sufficiency u an independent
a)1 ATTFMM ` AUTOMOBILE CUSTOM ers ::dne uasAn ude
-AS E Wl IVR RUl VI IVPI EVKi J .e country and ossuess sovereign po-
0 w "o k-tentials ,of defense. If J apan
eF Eimedlate Iivery in N. York daysmake this effort the United
F ,Delivey n N. Y 3 dyS States will extend economic aid
or C al.Zone 5 days. to Japan."
Swumld S a 1V Be added, "Japan is trying to
l tat 195 MODEL promote world peace together
M Rid r .at with the communist counties, just
on h 6 Cylinder Mainline Fordors as with the countries of Asia
6 a 1... JCylrlinrdfire St ine Fordor does not mean that Japan will
6 Cylinder he Fordor. I uaena n
iP ts" ." ,Y .ir become a ea nmu cot country.
iyP r neither will i impair Japanese-A-
SIj .Corup mercan reMtions."
i-He assured that the government
; : would act make any reckless mo-
ti" toward reapproacminet with
A. AV r FritM y Fard Dealer; th Red overnmets. We must
.waft fo. nity tor4
W1 Asat ~MAf Id. "We 1tTi
m IAS. COSMOS, S A A'owr
SCon: 1625 or 500*B @ .

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Gramlich's Sfnt'. Clare Bach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate' rates Phone Gamboo

FOSTER'$S CTTAGS, one mile
past Santo Clara. Low raMs.,-
Phone Balboa 2-1866.

WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottages-rockgas, refrigeration,
* 2-bedroom. Phone Bolboo 3050.
Phillip.. oceonslde cot ta g e s,.,
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 3;-1877, Cristo-
bol 3-1673.

FOR RENT:-Residence with all
conveniences, well furnished, 4
bedrooms, living ro o m, dining .
room, k it ch en. study, mod'
room. For more details telephone

mnst exclusive residential dis-
trict: FOUR-BEDROOM mansion,
suitoble for'two couples, business
executive or diplomat with dis-
criminating taste. For more de-
tails see Mr. Fabrega in back of
Mercado Vasc, Cole 29 Este.
No, 18, between 10 o.m. and
noon;, 3 and 6 p.m. No informa-
tion-by phone.

FOR RENT:--Furnished chalet. 2
ond 3 bedrooms, for- 3 months,
from Febr4ary 1st. Modern con-
veniences. screened, hot water.
48th Street No. 15. Telephone

FOR RENT:-Large House in El'
Valle. beginning January 15.
Phone Panama 2-1394, P.O. Box
Panama 403.

modern furnished apartments, 1.
2. bedrooats, hotel cold water. Tel.
FOR RENT:- Best located fur-
* nished' ortment. Splendid for
one or two couples. 43rd Street
No. 13.

FOR RENT: Screened, I-bed-
room apartment, furnished. All
modern conveniences. well locat-
ed at Bella Vista. Available at
once. Call 3-4644 from-6 to 8
p m.
FOR RENT: Apartment, for
Clinic or Office, in Avenida Justo
Arosemena No. 73. Call 3-0294.
FOR RENT--Modem duplex. El
Congrelo: Two bedrooms, maid's
room and both. laundry room. a-
rage, $125 monthly. Inquire
39th Street No. 34.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, one or two bedrooms. Air
Force and Army neighbors. Reg-
ular transportation. Mod r a t
renr. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT:-Apartment: 2 bed-
rooms, hot water heater, service.
Exposition. Ave. Cuba No. 58.,
Phone 3-3329.
FOR RENT: -. Furnished aparl-
ments. very cool, Bella Vista. $60
and $75. Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT:-Modern apartment,
38th Street No. 9. Tel. 3-1594.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
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FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
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kitchen. 13th Street Son Fran-
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kitchen, bathroom, garage. Near
Hotel El Panama. Unfurnished.
Suitable offices or small family.
Phone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT:-Two-room aowrt-
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Building. Call 2-1661 during of-
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and private entrance 52nd St.
No. 3. Phone 3-0638.

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unfurnihed. BIlo Vista, C4mpn
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I 'Regretful

West opens the Ja. of clubs.
How do you play the queen frosthduip.
mya a ntrast ofwins with takides.
Probably the most truthful answer

East returns the eight of. tubs,
and you win in dummy wil the
ace. What do you do now. to be
saved? Apparently you .-mult lose
two clubs and two diamonds,
You still have a chance for 'the
contract, and this chand was
seized by Norman Bonnoy when
he played the hand many yeirs
ago in a Boston rubber brdge
game. Can you see how hlie made
the contract? r
After, winning the second trick
In dummy with the ace.ofclub,

dummy. West played l ahend
Bonney.finessed dummy's eight.
This held the trikk. of course,
and West clutched his cards tightly
to his chest. There was no need
for the clutch, for BONNEY HAD
peeked. If the finesse h a d n't
worked he'd have been down two
tricks instead of oue, no great loss.
When the remarkable trump
finesse actually worked, the con.
tract was home. Bonney led the
queen of hearts from dummy and
pitched his last club on it, allow.
ing West to win the trick with
the king of hearts. This was just
an exchange of tricks, giving the
enemy a heart instead of a club.
West led a high club, and a oea
ney ruffed. Now he led a trump
to dummy's ace and cashed the
good jack of- hearts, discarding a
losing diamond from his hand.
This triek was pure. -gain, cof
course, endcSoutch i sad ly .0
T The point was that o y
needed, two entries to dam y in
order o establish and then ash
a heart trick. After the ace of
clubs had been knocked out only
dummy's trumps could possibly
provide two entries, and Bonney.
therefore took his desperate trump
finesse as the only reasonable play
for his contract.

Austria To Qul

Paying For Russian

Radio Propaganda
VIENN, Jan: 7 (UP) The
Austrian government has decided
to end financial support of Soviet
propaganda broadcasts on the
Austrian radio network, reliable
sources said yesterday.
The Russians reserve 17 hours
weekly for their propaganda
broadcasts called the "Russian
Hour." Austria has been paying
the production costs.
The sources said that the an-
nual Austrian budget for the Rus-
sian hour, including salaries for
12 employes, amounted to more
than $10,000.
Although Soviet influence on
and news censorship of the Aus-
trian radio network ened 13,
the Russians insisted a h e
Russian Hour" he continued.

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CHAR J TCp. Shiver guldod m to its
added diving l to W e ad taken oft at I p.m. en
hunt for four airmne at- a lU ght mihref
er two Stratojet bomber si ,mded Shiver said. "We'V e is.
ever the Gulf of Mexic, the .po.esA of jollngwt 11 h a
The Coast Guard o tanker plane whet te baj oc-
air and sqrface bunt of t- OPMred. We never knew .,it bit
p9.r watIh but t.' i l m. i A "r we e
tie p of .finding the victims ouit, the other aircraft hit us o
lint./ .I -* above and behind. ,
Two men survived the ea ao -The impact was er oy _Mnati
of the. bombers, capable of dell- throwing our plane down io a
verin the hydrogen bomb behind left I rn. At the same time the
thq Iron Curtaih, by flying their was an explosive deooapldein
ripped lne back to its b a se and the force of it broke the ll
here. The other crashed into the canopy in the pilot's comparient
water. Ahow e ts with glass."
The Coast Guard planned to Cirro and Shiver said in look
aued diver to inspect the nose ing over their plane yeotd
section of the.crashed bomber they diaeovered tie mark ren the
found In s-ome 50 feet of water top section, indicating the craa
23 miles southeast of Cameron, on ed, plane struck their aircraft
the coast of Louisiana. "We didn't know what happen.
The six-jet bombers collided ed at first," said Shlveb s "and
Wednesday night while refusing after about a minute- we beard
on a training mission. Three vie- our observer, Lieuteant Gemery,
times were aboard the crashed fire his ejectbr seat andba, out.
plane and the other balled out o If he had waited a'i tetlante,
the other plane. we would had told m" the plani
was under control. But that is
The pilot of the surviving Stra. something you never knoWi Some
tojet said today the other plane times it pays to wait-sometimae
apparently smashed down on his it doesn't" II
craft from above, leaving wheel Shiver, pointed out that the ob-.
trdcks on the cabin before it spun server sits in the noae' o the
off to crash in Gulf waters. plane and has only a small peep
Capt. Morris E. Shiver, 29, of hole in each side. He couldn't tell
Albany, Ga., said "we never knew Shiver said, it the plane was uan
what bit ub" as the two six-jet der .control, and the standing or.
bombers crashed together. der in such cases is to bail out,
1st Lt. Matthew Gemery of The Georgia native said he lost
Lakewood, O., an observer, could about 1000 feet before he was &-
have returned on Shiver's damag- ble to "level off and' get the plane
ed. plane had he waited another under control."
minute -before ejecting himself. "It was difficult to see a t
The other three missing we thing and e never saw the other
Maj. Jean 8. Pierson of Danville, plane at aU," he said. "We turn-
Ind., aircraft commander; Capt ed around d started back the
David 0. Crump, of Albermarle, base. We were heavy with fuel
N. C., co-pilot, and father of ix and didn't dare risk a landing. We
children, and 1st Lt. Rodney P. circled the field for about an hour
Egelston of Leveland, Tex., ob- to use up part of the fuel in the
server-bombardier. plane."
Air Force officials said the col-
llrion occurred while the two AUTOMaTIVE UN
bombers were refueling on a night
training mission. NEW LONDON, Cont,-(UP)-r
They identified Maj. Sterling T. Thomas J. Ford, employed by the
CarroU, 33, of Port Arthur, Tex., Nash Garage, drove hiaChevrolet
as the commander of the plane into an Oldsmobile and a feoault.


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S\Soial and OtI rwuie HOLLY lT
-.,, oad, ToWarm Up Lawmakers (
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V .,Mom-it fern was acres the West. Around ML RDa m a e st
At, "-&--leactn L.r romn pedestal was a WASHINGTON, Jan. 7-(UP)- Impassively through the speech,
At PoWaob .mhyPresident Eisenhower used an old never joining In the applause.
A other program of entertain -.t of tul.s;-iwn the color "ap. television trick of warming up the Besides a two-minute ovation
enti r Night," wdi be m t ........... -- -- audience to good advantage to-as he strode grinning broadly
edbsces"erVe Center -nmers,dressed ,o a "" ="' scee bt an-o rakes He put a Demcetlc-control- President was interrupted 19:
dy, 00P.M.lywoo and GrapeVINE: Censo-screen but salon merrymakers led Congress in a receptive mood ti
S h S the.M isses ean ship storm clouds are hoveringwere cool to the bit. aor hs tep te-e- U p arit
The- proa -- is as follows: "The:.auct "rna U "An" s, us D a over, another Hollywood movie,. for his televise State-of-the-U-partisan. "
IThe A, W arranged y Mrs.irls,' acted as escorts ad' took "Hold Back Tomorrow -whih, It's Robert Q. Lewis' quip: no d message by wishing a happy A year ago, his message drew
ASr Lattip who will present El-.part in te preseIntaion remo like. "The Moon Is Blue" and "The The hardest thin to tell is rthday to Ho use earned Sam 47 such anserruptions btrol of Co
leon uyk-MichaelNorton; ke es.ApictureofayUFrenc Line mayberehasdae eRayburn, who just had turned 73. publicans were in control of Con-
ltl n Rll S an Mie a piutuLrein a it p aDut without n a ProductionL ma l a eas nge-es"clly f she's House and Senate members, gress then and had more to cheer
-u -, erom-1an windmill in the background atovaP meeting in joint session, jumped about.
sons, and Sarbara n a se-sWitha Po f o .thtth es n p fmapproval.Prs
iei'of novelty dances r Tony Roso inmerposecr on a star was crtwereJ Cleo Moore and John Agar co- ONE OF TERRY MOORES New to their feetmto applaud the veer- t The President spoke for 5T min.
n t American School, on te program covers for t sta in the sizzling story about Year's resolutions is to avoid accident turned and shook h a d s which bore signs of last-minute
S^ Air Force Base, singing s ahanon. the granting of a gallows-bound cusatons of blowing her own pub-, with him. revisions. He also edited his
Al' Jlsonadngs; "The, Modernair- 'ne meeting was opened by Mr. mans last request--for 12 hours licity horn. And that's the reason Raybur~'s face and shiny bald speech somewhat in delivery. E-
S es."a quartet; selections by the Harold E. Chambers, iteui : i alone with a blond harmer. she kept her plans to head another head turned pink as he banged ven so, he apparently used up
"Gt man Band" from the Balboa, ... .V itru, as ars. LUara M. Censors first nixed the, script, USO-Camp Shows entertainment his gavel for order, but he was more time than he intended to,
gh School, which was organiz- Laid.aeas, areeriieg Wory the ave Prducqr Hugo Hass a unit overseasfrm pals a every obviously pleased by the tribute for he tossed in an apology at
ed by victor Herr and is under tron, ann aner 154 officers entered tentative okay ona reviod screen- body in the cast of"Daddy Long It also was plain, from the vol.- the end for letting the address
tht direction of Steve Parks; uie t uapter rocm. 'ine uf nuut play. But now all thestory points Legs" until the official announce- ume of hand-clapping for the run so long.
and Davis and His Boys playing, press auttened at me Altar without objected to are back the script ment President thereafter, that he had Naturally, the President gener-
CalhyO music, i ceremony, ue L.orus rrayer wab -and Haas tells me: gotten off to a gtod start with ally drew warmer applause frcm
repeatedo in unison, followed y "m shooting it as I wrote it. GIs expecting another sensation- the political position. members of his own party than
A highlight of the evening will "I'tshon't wnt itoaser its e ital costumes wl see Terry in nothte political ppotion. members of his own party than
A highlight a of the dor evening wi ieuge6 o1 Aiteiace t1o the I don't want to lose its life blood. ingooret_ me ... As customary, official Washing. from the Democrats. But there
be.the award of the door prize ag, anu te sing of the A It's not dirty-just a frank picture re eyepping than ano ff- ton treated the solemn occasion was one outburst of cheering
which will be a free trip to trhe uoi aimuem. Mvrs. ambers ex- definitely not for hypocrites. It's the-shoulder w ite lace gown. She as a gala event. The gaeries which was non-political. T h at
San Blas Islands on January 23rd tended a cordial welcome to all an adult picture about a criminal even played t safe by cuttinon were packed with government of- came when he said members of
o a Bla5 nary,23r,, safe byer ,packed with government came when he said members of
given through the courtesy of resent and mntroduceu me is and a shady lady who redeem song from her program before fcials and their wivesmaking it Congress ought to raise their own
Fred Bosch Tour Director of the anguished guests: 1955 Matr ons themselves by failing in love." take-off time. difficult for ordinary taxpayers to pay.
Colop (hamber of Commerce.The ana Patrons Mr. Michael Ureen Well, anyway, that's what the The tide: "Ain't Misbehavi.' get a seat. Mrs. Eisenhower, in a mink
p tze is for military personnel on- o Corat uipier u. a, Mirs. Anne man says. The House floor also was crowd. cape and black suit, watched her
ly." ';cknott ann jir. Howard Usoorn I Marilyn Monroe's wails at Fox ed with a sizable turnout of ex- husband from the presidential fal-
Iof Fern Leaf 1No, 4, and Mrs. Applause of the crew. for one about a change of pace to drama lawmakers, diplomats and other lery. She was accompanied by herl
Military personnel and the pub Louise Sorrell, W. M. elect ot of Virginia Grey's scenes in "The are getting louder. Thats the rea- notables as well as the lawmakers daughter-in-law, Barbara, a n d
lie, both of the Canal Zone and Orchid Chapter No. 1; Co-Matrons Rose Tattoo" touched of personal sen why the Evelyn Nesbitt yarn, themselves. Mrs. Richard M. Nixon, wife of
the I~epublic of Panama are cor- and Patrons of 1954-Miss Mary fireworks between Virginia and "Girl in the Golden Cage," is be- Makig oe of d rRre publc the vice president.
dily invited to attend. Orr and Mr. Clarence Priest of Anna Magnani. I guess crews don't ing rushed through for her.... appearances with th diomat- The President wore a.gray suit
vM't de --Isa Orchid Chapter No: 1, Mrs. Nellree applaud supporting players in Claudette Colbert, hubby Dr. Joel Ic corps was Russian Ambas-- and shirt of "TV blue.."- Altho h
Chte Smith of Coral Chapter No. 3 Rome. To paraphrase it, Anna- Pressman and Noel Coward are sador George Zarubin. He sat serious during his s p e e c h, he
By R Chapter Smith of Coral Chapter When Yankee-land, do as the spending the holidays in Jamaica
A very beautiful and impressive Yankees do... ....... .. -talking about another play to-
ist ti em..y was held at i gether. The star and Noel were a
a speak aieeng Royal Palm t UWl IINi TRAGEDY-SHADOWED G a 1!1952 summer stock click.
Chapter No Z, 0. ., in the Cris- Russell- has been advised by med-
tobal Masonic Temple lst week TA Rl ics to take a long rest away from Fox's upcoming "The Tokyo Sto.
f .tinstallation.of Ms. Whilhel- VI l. asw T BU Hollywood and to shelve the idea ry" is whispered to be a remake
itha". 'Rudge Worthy Matron, of a film comeback for the present of the same studio's "Street With OPEN ROUND THE CLOCK
Mr. Waoe E. French,W6rtyPaa- ..M| ,.. Angela Green's husband, Stu- No Name.' With important locale O
titn and the r 155 corps of office. t lu l art Martin, recovering from a ser- and character changes, of course.
eras. ApphBximatldy- 175 -members ous auto accident, suffered a set- serving
and" friends .were present for the Lily Toper, the lady t pir, and back with an attack of jaundice. THERES WILD guessing at Hol- s
evening..pletiY ef fresh .kipj* be;.tw r --- lywood parties about the real-life
..... ", ^J4 g al Skip the financial trouble-ru- Identities of the hero and heroine sacks fountain orders
-Cba trto m%, an beasti-,I E lgi t Johp Husatons "Mobyi a new novel, "A Ghost at .. '
i eTefilm h cost 4,o. Non." All about .a couple whose meals d drinks
S fri S- '00, a million mer than expeced,;marriage btws up. during fuming
tha tji ys Sbking this fresh but he had no problem raising of a movie in Rome and Capri...
lite rWhvte Dutch mill with -wind- however because it will be the extra lettuce. Lana Turner is back in a sweater
m groundedd by a- miniature the result of Bradley's "milking." for "The Sea Chase." Remember favorite gathering place
t tp garden enclosed with a small the venom from some of the 304 There's a topper to the tale of her first appearance as a sweater
white piket fence, and the back- rattlesnakes he is bringing down the movie beauty who wrote in a girl in "They Won't Forget?" Few
Sgrod of the -rostrum was bank- bv air especially for the Curundu studio publicity department ques- Forgot. /or Iftg mians, 6 to 60,
e'4with feini. The tops of the chairs showing. tionnaire: "I've been: in every
in the East; North, and South were Lily Toper is 350 pounds of fem.- FAUCET of show business." Basil Rathbone plays another and then some!
decorated with white picket fenc- nine pulchritude and beauty Someone Who was there tells me swashbuckling villain finished off
es' and tulips. -in plastic, flower: that is, if you like your beauty in that 15 years ago a now-famous by the hero (Danny Kaye this
pots in colors of blue, yellow, green the form of a tapir. Her newlieminine state filled out a similar time) in "The Court Jester.' Ob- Popular'after1'" n ,'p spot
and red- were set in front of the home at the fair has already bee0 questionnaire. After the question, serves Basil about his celluloid
fences. ........ built and strong enough to hol, "Education?" she penciled: career when he's not Sherlocki
her if she decides to scratch her Graduated from Columbla Col- Holmes:
A larger white picket fence form- back rn it. lege. "I've been on the end of a sword
ed an opening between the Chap- These are only a few of the at- more often than Shish Kebab."
lain and Marihal's station as a tractions that Bradley will have Mitzi Gaynor's b candidate for -
gateway to-the .East and was al- in his wild animal exhibit and the Fanny Brice filmbicgraphy at Starlet to Ho!'ywoodsman at the
so banked th. .potted tulips. In zoo. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley make Fox ... Keefe Brassele finally Mocambo: -
frpnt of .the est, was an arrange- this animal collection a y e ar -itched the Eddie Cantor imper- "Go away-when I want you I'll A Kirkeby Hotel
mont of wihit.pzet fenes witti round business and the Curundi.osonation from his night-club act. rattle your cage."
the potted t1ip s. A whit. lattice exhibition will be this year's firit_ I,
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emed in a. holiday mood before was missing whep the
d afterward, smiling and shak- entered the Holse eoaml
1 hands with everyone in reach. body. :
Some observers thought f or a But McCarthy turned i
me Sen. Joseph R. Mc Carthy and, in his hWuy
R-Wis.), who frequ enatc-rihs ly wrong; door a4 ti|
-Wis.), who frequently has cri- ccratic side of the 1Ho
cized the administration, had quickly scurried arowxm
missed up the joint session. He his GOP colleagues.


'akes pleasure in announcing its

Saturday, January 8th
Foi' Club members and outside riders und0
18 years of age. Depart from.'9 aM0
for two-hour trail ride. 11 a.m. to noon, .groom
ing contest, followed by spaghetti lu h. IncW
sive price: $3.00. Telephone for resevation s

Sunday, January 9th


For adult Club.,members and outside riders.
Depart from Stables at 12 noon for one (or two).
hour trail ride, returning for spaghetti lu"''
Inclusive price: $3.50. Telephone for.,re
tions early.. .

Saturday, January 15th
Sunday, January 16th.


Horse. how'at Curuna4i, as part of the Eoxpev
sitijn, at 4 p~m. Twenty hores and riders wi
participate in an action-packed priogrn, wlt
jumping as the-main event.
Sund6, Jnuwy 23rd

the courtyard, with jumping in thiftiv
Spectator events and pony rides for vi..ig
at PANAMA 3-0279, 3-0791
Cock Fights: Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays
from 2 p.m. '


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'Gold Dust Little League

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e the 365 days that made up Gibraltar Life 3, S. Agencies 2
Snow historic year 1954, BEST FIGHTS:
*' t. sportswise, on the Isth- Arfother well played and
ST6produced their share of The two Tesis-Martinez chain- speedy game was witnessed by
S ls and0 thrills. Spills ranging pionship bouts and the Tesis- the fans at the Little League,
Sf the naming of the "wrong" reed Devil combat. Stadium, when the Gibraltar Life* be batting champion of eked out a 3 to 2 win ver their
Panama Pro League, the de- BEST COMEBACK: rivals, Seymour Agencies.
.g of Astor Lewis as official
ton the (Atlantic side for Sammy Medina. Stellar pitching by a newcom-
P right down to the dis- MOST POPULAR: er to the league named Jackson
hDing of many imported MOST POPULAR: silenced the 8eymour bats. Only
;against our Isidro Mar- Joe Brown of New Orleans and one player was able to solve
S vitl Pedro Tesis. rleans and Jackson's offering and that was
b*e have made an attempt to Isidro Martinez (local). Morris who had the only t wo
e vet. the outstanding perform- hits allowed d by Jackson.
s^In our own "inner circle" of; MOST SURPRISING
rts here in Colon. However,! PERFORMANCE: Jackson's mound opponent,
r chone.of the man who ihe The Red Devil (Berrios) who Leonard Brockman, also allowed
ir". could well the selection on was notgiven an otuslde chance only two hits, but In the second
,allot -- whether regional' against Tesis and had the "boat" inning got in trouble with four
oallot wtnaional tflting going into the sixth, walks, and when the smoke of
W1 Obe n obvious that our MOST DISPUTED DECISION that inning cleared away the
Ion aside from the "Moty" The Tesis victory over Isidro Gibralter boys tallied three runs,
ho i r will be concern the box- Martinez (featherweight title enough to win the ball game.
lng game This is not to be bout. i
csstrued that our propensity MOST PROGRESGibralter- AB R H E
toward this game is a sign of MOST PROGRESSIVE:
h .. against the other major, Marquard, 3b ....... 3 0 0 0
s ta btut as a reasonable evi- Jose Edwin who is presently a Brandon, ss .........3 0 1 0
atce that the promoters. of the contender for the 147-pound title Adams, 2b .......... 3 0 1 1
d ier sports have "turned their after three fights after turning Rager, lb ............2 1 0 0
b p".to the nation's second pro. Hutchinson, c......2 0 0 0
ehr l. 0 Snyder, rf ..... ....2 1 0 0
Basketball with its limited ODDEST INCIDENT: Steiner, cf ..........1 1 0 0
stpilly of good talent is exclu- Jackson, p ..........0 0 0 0
aivelv a Panama City activity. Sam Bruce and Marcia Moll- Boatwright, 2b ......3 0 0 0, wen must proudly say nar both being knocked down at R. Brockman, If .....1 0 0 0
=ta many of the outstanding the same time and Molinar Wilson, If ...........2 0 0 6
aers in that circuit are Colo- beating Bruce back to a stand- -
aes. BasebalL with a team com- ing position and landing a solid Seymour-
"Ztsed of an alni T t 100 per cent right for a KO victory. Carlson, If ........
Cbolponlte personnel, limits its Brockman, p .....3 0 0 0
tnc side schedule to a pau- MOST SURPRISING VICTORY: Huddleston, ss ....... )
%ty that is' alarming. It is true Dubos, c ........... 3 0 0 0
hat any outdoor game on this Hanking Barrows III KO win McGow, cf ..........1 1 0 0i
fa "fers from the long .rainy overCarlos Watson who had lust Allen, lb......... 1 0 0
son, but then... what? I3o the knocked him down for the co Pearl, rf .........2 0 0 0
l boyS' have an aversion to pulsory 8-coynt. Barrows got to Morris, 3b. 2 0 2 0
Isthmus? his feet and threw one punch - on in we will be ex- that was it KO. 2
%1rTeslin the opinion of the writ- these are our opnon of what
a. n The ae our opinion of what A IN OF A ,
4d 35ust predicts for 1955 the happened in 1954 in our "inner STANDING OF TEAMS
ton of the Colon Boxing circle" here in Colon. Bigger and, .
and even goes on to better sports for our city is our o c W L pfet.
ev en oePolice ...... 1 0 1.0001
t the reinstalling of the 1955 desire and wish. purcola ..... 1 0 1.000
fficets in their present !Spur Cola ...... 1 0 1.00 J
fiS. watch thai Note: A special mention must here- Gibralter Life ..1 1 .500
ter feel that the CBC, by. be made to the promoter of S. Agencies .....1 1 .500
teow, is the best working 1954 Enrique Martin and to Al Elks 1414 ...... 0 1 .000
thatthe game has had in Brown our choice as the best re- Elks 1414 ........ 0 1 .000
t i a very long, time.) free of 1954. 'Lincoln Life ....0 1 .000
pdiction The Cris- ____________
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CLINT OSBORNE, manager of Hotel El Panama's
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new tennis

Hotel El Panama Tennis

Courts Ready For Use

Hotel El anama.: has an- Ouogue Tenntl Club of Long Is-
ounced the completlbn of t) fO*nd, St. Paul's White Bear Ten-
obafta and Tennis Club's ne\. s Club, Eastern and corin-
ampionship tennis courts, ithlan Yacht Club at Marble-
Both courts are individually head, Mass., the Lido Hotel in
closed. Playing surfaces are New. York, the Broadmoor Hotel
ncrete with green colorfast in Colorado Springs and the Ar-
gn e t, providing an excellent rowhead Springs Hotel An Call-
layv iagsrfce fot an idealbaU- fownia,
untoe aid good backgrOund 1v- Plans are how being made for
on. two major tennis tournament to
Each court is lighted for night be played at El Panama's Caba-
ay with 30,000 watts per court fia and Tennis Club. The first
provide brilliant light; free will be the Isthmian Champion-
>m shadows, evenly distribut-ship open tournament which is
The system was especially open to any and all tennis en-
signed for $1 Panama by West- thusiasts. A group of players
house's expert staff of sports' from Costa Rica may also com-
hting engineers. pete. This tournament will take
The Cabana and Tennis Club place Feb. 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6th.
under, the direction of Clint At the end of the dry season
borne who is well known 1o- the Central American Tennis
ly as a diver and swimmer. Championships Wll be, held with
born has had an active ten- epresentatlon from all central
a career for over ten years. American countries and a group
a professional, he was for- of five of the top ten United
nrly with the Westwood Coun- States men players. This group
y Club in St. Louis (home club may possible include one if not
Ed Furgol, U.S. Open Golf both of the Davis Cup cham-
ampion), the Metfopolis Coun pions, Tony Trabert and Victor
* Club of New York, The Seixas.

Special Troops Sweeps

To Sixth Straight Win

Special Troops sw ept to its
sixth straight win and Albrook
Air Force Base moved into a tie
for second place with Fort Clay-
ton in Wednesday afternoon's
Panama Area Armed Forces
Baseball League action.
The Troopers handed Army
Atlantic its sixth consecutive
setback in a 2-1 nifty at Fort
Amador while the Flyers were
blasting Coco Solo, 16-4. at Al-
brook's Beam Stadium.
Both Troops and Clayton are
faced with showdowns in week
end contests. On Saturday,
Troops go to meet defending
champion Fort Kobbe, still rat-
ed a power although ranked
fourth in the league standings.
Albrook visits Clayton in a night
contest in a fray for second
place. Army Atlantic meets the
Braves at Coco Solo in the other
On Sunday the Troons play
host ,to risinq Clayton while the
A's go to Albrook and the Life-
liners visit Coco Solo.
Wednesday's tight one saw
Charlie Hmnz of the Troopers
take his second*win, both over
Army Atlantic now. He ousted
Jerry Mesiselman of the A's.
Center fielder Larry Seymour
gave. the A's a temporarv 1-0
.Jeadjn the sixth by driving in
ary Robinson. The the
Troops' center gardener. Bob
Mayer, .who had a perfect four-
f6r-fe t hv, led off the league
leader's half f the inning with
a Plrodilous hom run to right
center to square the count.

1mb NecH'kmna novened the
rnoseahth with a hit to
to went all the way to
third ao infield error. He
fled home when catcher
BudMfled deep to right
dom. includ-
* :ninth. Ue wslA.J

struck out Jx and passed the

Lawrence Ludtke To Go

Against George.Socha

Johnny Bass, a professional for TEAMS- Wont Lost Pet. GB
the past twenty years at the Smokers .. .. .. .. 9 6 .600 -
Clifton Park Couhs In Baltal- .
more, Maryland and a veteran of Yankees *.. .. *
the pro circuit iin ;the United Sodamen.. .. ,. 7 12 M.36 4
states, arrived at Tocumen this
morning to be the first of a long ... '
list of top flight professionals LAST NIGHT'S .RSULT (At Panama)
slated to come here to play in Smokers 4, Sodamen 2.
the $7,500 Panama Open at the
Panama Golf Club January 13, TONIGHT'S GAME-t:30 P.M.-At Paama
14 nn M15r and Arthur Sodamen (Socha 1-2) vs. Yankees (Ludtke 1-1)
Jones, both fropi. the All View .
Golf and Country Club n Elliot
City, Maryland, will arrive at 9 By J. J. HARRISON JB. d elid to go along with Pit
p.m. Saturday night, and will be andlt handed Gerry Thorne
followed a few ouris later by A well rested C.V. Yankees, (wharellman intended to MBgI&
Roberto de Viceno (Lucky Strike) team returns to the wars tonight along) pMnptly dn
and Antonio Cerds (B.V.D.). De against the S.C. Sodamen at the swin ng onthree p e
Vicenzo and Cerda are flying in Olympic Stadium at 7:30. O then c on "The
from Buenos Aires in quest ofl Bull" who had been gup
the coveted Panama champion-i The Yankees, who have not furiously in the bull pen% e
ship and the $2,000 first prize not played since Jan. 1 when the'eighth and Lopes flie to
money., they took a9 to 4 beating from right to end the ball game.
the Sodamen, will spend Law- The 12-game batf strfak
The large United States con- rence Ludtke to oppose George of Old Pro Joe Tupmaef that
tingent will arrive at 9 p.m. Socha as they attempt to re- started Dec.6 agatint the Tan-
Monday evening. Slammin' gain a tie with the Smokers be- kees ended last night when Joe
Sammy Snead (El Panama Ho- fore their three-game series failed to get a hit a three
tel) will head the United States with the leaders opens with trips to the plate.
contingent which will-include single game tomorrow night Austin and Parris fattened
ten other top flight profes- and a big doubleheader on their batting averages at tlf ex-
s ionals. S. unday beginning at 3 P.m. pense of Clarke with two for
Meanwhile. Anibal Macarron three and two for four. repec-
and Luis Martinz, in charge of The three games will be at the tively. Austin is now batting an
the Panama course, are working Stadium. Incredible .417 and Parris a more
overtime to have the layout in than respectable .373.
top shape for the 72-hole event Tonight is also Ladies Night This Terrible Twosome asi
which starts Thursday. The and a large crowd is expected to continued to thrill fafs With
final 18 holes will be played be on hand to take in the pro- their sensational flldifZ plays
Sunday afternoon, ceedings. as the colorful Smokers ba-
Paul Hahn, the famed trick tied to hold on to their, s.l
shot artist who will.' highlight Smoker left hander Harry lead in the standings.
Wednesday's busy day at the Pritts continued his mastery Manager Graham who now
club will also arrive Monday, a- over the Sodamen by defeat- has his team going great (in
long with Jimmie Thomson, who ing them" last night for the and is receiving grea credit e-
will be Master of Ceremonies at! third straight time 4 to 2 on specially for the y succes-
the Golf Clinic. five hits to put the Smokers ful manner in which he Is hand-
Hahn's show will start prompt-! one-half game ahead of the ling his pitchers.
ly at 4:30 and will be followed Yankees. Graham, In response to a qery
by the Golf Clinic. The Clinic by this 'i ribe after the game,
will feature all the top pros dis- Pritts gave up the Sodamen's explained- tat he replaced e
playing the secrets of their fa- two runs and was relieved by Osorlo in right field with Dsid
vorite sohts. Immediately follow- Clarence (The Bull) Churn who Roberts, in the third, because
ing the Clinic, National Distil- retired the last batter with two Pepe had attempted to steal sec.
lers It throwing a free cocktail men on base in the ninth, ond without having been sent
Darty in the Clubhouse, featuring down by Graham. Pepe ws. out
the La Venta cocktail and Sefio- Loser Vibert Clarke gave wa on a perfect throw y McDonad
rita Cortez, the only lady barten- to Stanley Arthurs mIn the .eight to-Lopez, and was a very dls.
der in the Republic of Panama. and Andres Alonso came in the g.ted young man when Ora-
Admission for the Hahn show, ninth after Arthurs.had ben ham sent In Roberts.
the Clinic and the cocktail party lifted for a pinch hitter. AH tm te
is one dollar. The buck covers Smokers' runs were charged to "
everything. I Clarke.
everythng.:, 11- .,t iLA

Thursday afternoon at 12:30
the first group of profemlsnaa
will ep up to the tee f the
first hl ble. Eight n hole
rUnds will follow n Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets for Wednesday may be
purchased at the golf club en-
trance. "Season Tickets" for the
tournament five dollars for
civilians and three dollars for
military personnel will also be
on sale at the gate.

Utah, Pennsylvania,

St. Louis Move Step

Ahead In Campaigns
NEW YORK. Jan. 7 (UP) -
Utah, Pennsylvania, and St.
Louis three teams with high
hopes of winning conference
championships moved a stride
ahead in their campaigns today,
but only Utah found the going
The Utes, The No. 7 team in
the entire nation, drubbed
Denver, 82-58, last night on
the opening night of the Sky-
line's official season.

The Sodamen gave lake' a, RACIO F'atK i
one-run, lead in the on "
C rep Moore's single to lcar IMn th '"
and Arle Brathwaltl be t : 1 fA
to left r. a tl L "' *. -' .1 n
Clarke appeared tdbe goin A as ....... 1 4
long quite comfortable 4nd 51-
lowed no hits until te fourth Pa r b* t i i 0'?
inning. Naragon, the first batter Sb.mine l, b e. 2 0 7
of the frame, flied to centerlernard lb .... 0
Austin walked; Bobby Presot iBer ard, 2b ...... o A
struck out and Clyde Parris.hitRoberts,'-rf" .....0 :0.
a long homer over the left field PRow"ti," r ......e 0 2* 1 0
fence to score Austin ahead ofPwtt, p ... .... 0 0 5 0
him and Clarke and the Soda-,.Prtt. *_ n 0 0 0 0
men suddenly found themselves *' P ** 0 0 0
behind two to one. "
Not content with their orie-run TotalS *A.......
margin, the Smokers taUei ODAMI
twice In the eighth on b-ck-Lo .m "......4 1 1
to-back doubles by Austin and Moore, 2b ........4 1 2 I 6
Prescott and a triple by Pari. Brathwaite Ar, rt .4 0 '1 0
All these blows were hit to left Gladastone, 6t .....4 0 1 2 0
center and as in the case of the Hardy If .........3 0 0 0 0
Smokers' first two runs, they Grenald, if ...... 1 0 0 2 0
6ame with two outs. Charles, b ..'....4 0 0 0 2
That was all for Mr. Clarke Lewis, lb ....... 0 2 10 0
and Arthurs made Tuminelli fly McDonald, e .... .. 0 2 6 1
to left for the final out of the Brathwaite, Al. ..0 0 0 0 0
Inning. Clarke, p .........2 0 0 0 2
Arthurs, p ........0 0 0 0 0
The Sodamen got a run In KelUman ..........1 0 0 0 0
the bottom of the eighth in a Alonso, p.......... 0 0 o 0
frustrated attempt to tie p Thorne ..........1 0 0 0 0
the game. Kelhhan batted for .
Arthurs and struckout; Hector Totals ...2,....34 7 27 12
Lopez drew a base on balls Kellman struck out for Ar-
and Moore singled to left, Lo- thurs In 5th.
loo stA--ir' second.c #1i& rathwatle kaed for Meon*m

same number. But Pennsylvania needed Bart atao --bhrought nu r -it-h" ---
In the Abr -BraveLeachs ump shot with seven Stanford from the dugout for Thorne fanned for AlonXo la
Ineach the Albrook-Bravee game, s seconds left to score a 54-52 win a short conference with Pritts 9th.
each team threw three pitchers over Harvard In the Ivy Iea9ueIScore by I WW:
although the Flyers were never and St. Louis had to go to on te mound. Score by lina '
threatened. Bo Farringt overtime to beat Houstn, 854, Archie Brathwate the next Smoker .000 200 1
loser. and John Con the Missouri Valley Confer- batter, hit a hard low liner that Sodamen 100 000 010.9 7 0
ence. was labeled base hit to Parris Summary: RBI's: Ar. Brath-
The Flyers piled over two runs In other opening nig t right against third base. Parris wae, Prescott, Parri" tad-
in the opening frame and ddedgames In the skyline Loop, stopped the ball and could now itob, are runlmG d
a four-ot in the four, Uth State walloped defending holdOnto it, but recovered it ini oen Left o
runs in the fifth, one the champion CoIrade AM, 85- time to fire to second and force men Smokers 4. r
sixth and four more in the 6 Montana nipped Wymming, Moore while Lopez moved Parris. Three base hits: pa S.
sixghth and four more in the -4; a rham Young third on the play. Gladstone's Two bae hits: Ar. rathMt,
trounced New Mexic, 92-72. single, brought home Lopez and AIstln l Pesctt iE
Four Albrook players had In other leading games last Reinaldo Orenald took a third hitin Beard. -tre--k aw
three hits apiece with manager night: Maryland downed Vir gi strike to end the frame. Pritt S. t: Clake
Herb Boetto cracking twodoSu- nia, 78-65, in the Atlantic Coast The never-say-die Sodame&a- bas, of stt O -ft' -
bles and a single for his trio. Joe Conference; West Virgn e- gain had Pritts in trouble inthe .
Acevdo andBob Johnson each feated Virginia Tch 98-82; Se- ninth when, after H e r m a n pitcher in 7 1-in
had a double and two singles, wanee upset Georgia Tech, 67- Charles had flied to center,'n i 7 0Pr1-3ts ,
Johnson batting in five runs. 66; Waslngton and Lee beat Doug Lewis and Alonso Brath- ,0 runs 0 ht 1 in .'1-
Nick Meholic singled twice and Roanoke, s'-7, Xavier of Ohio water. batting for Sylvester Meh idts i ne2-
slugged a triple. upset inlecnati, the nation's Donad walked on eight straight 2,ru,7 Atsin 823.
17th ranked team, 67-64; De Paul balls. Graham again had a eon- r- l:Smokers 1(Preou) -
second baseman John Bates trounced Elmhurst, 101-60; and fab with Pritts while KelmaIng pitcher: Clarke i-..W.g
doubled In two tr1pa for two San Francisco, ranked fifth na- sent right hand hitting earnmPitcher: Pritt 3-1 ]. ump'e:
RBIs and Bob Hauehian slapped tonally. omped over College of Williams to the plate, prer,=a-lWlaw lnt, rIm auM,.
out two hits, batting in one run. the Sequoias, 75-42. bly to bat for Alonso. G:10p TimT of game: 2:02.



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P NEW YORK, Jan. -(NA) Is
Some 40 former Fordham foot- hi
ball players are home for the o
holidays wondering where they'll on
S-land theith
S"Ironically," says Athletic Di- I
rector Jack Ccffey of Rose Hill,, I
"we quit football ust when we
had a good team." eni
S The superior ex-Rams, especial-ni
"y the freshmen will not have
the slightest difficulty landing
athletic scholarships else w h e r e.w
ut dll have to lay out of athlet- in
cs a year and lose a season of to
eligibilty. The sophomores are t. h
hit hardest, caught in the mid- an
die. The juniors are dead inso- pl
far as the college game is con. a
cerned. -. "col
The transfer rule of all major ",at
conferences should be w a i v e d ROARING LIONS-.Penr-State's basketball team quickly showed its new coach, John Egli, what he. at
when a school quits football. It lhad by averaging'93.7 points in winning five of the fr six games. The starters are, left to right, at
is totally unfair to youngsters I Bobby Hoffman, Ronnie Weidenhammer, Earl Fields, udy Marisa and Jesse Arnele. (NEA)
brought in expressly 'o play foot- w
bAll. They weren't being given an a edu
education for nothing, and it costs 5 rae
a minimum of $1400 a year for a
lad to attend Fordham-- $600 for a Cer Muiler P ck C/o t
ING CHAMP Qualifying rounds for the Smoot-Paredes Inviy The present transfer regulation
tatonal will be Jan. 20, 21st, 22nd or 23rd. Big Jim Riley, de- was put in to check tramp ath- a e
tending champion, will be there, will you? See that big Silv r letes, but the Fodham kids, lik e G ioney WI B
he waits to keep it that way. In this phOtO, Riley is standing stitutions which dropped football
with his back toward the Chagres River at the beautiful Gam- before the Bronx university, are
boa layout. Even if you don't think you have a chance to get in nonsense knightsof the ath- By LESTER BROMBERG bout in the United States. That's His luck first changed for the
your name on the big one, there will be 17 beautiful silver rises letic road. NEA Staff Correspondent the Jan. 21 pairing with Carmen' better on Dec. 4 in Ro c h e s t e r,
and four $ Lettrs of Credit o apply o a ne r They were recruited and ma Baslion, the No. 1 welterweight when he substituted against Tiger
Chevrolet or Oldomobil at moot & Paredes. ue to the ene triculated at Fordhamin Good NEW YORK (NEAA Pe- contender, in Syracuse. blacked Jones and grabbed a split deci.
ous sponsorship of Smoot & Par there will be no antfaith Fordhe had played foot ter Mueller almost got shut out out there but on Channel 4 else- sion.
for this tournament A total of 20 teed off last year, so if you ath all for 71 ears and it wasnt by undefeated Gene Fullmer in I where.
can make it on Thursday or Frldty, Jan. 20 or 21st, ou might ball for 71 years and it acom hisfirst American fight at Brook- I Mueller, the character, wounds A week later, on hurry call, he
avoid the sh. Please read the ca.Res eore eeing o.petent athletic department muff- lyn's Eastern Parkway Arena on up with a seven-round KO over. replaced ailing Tony DeMarco. as
ed a tremendous opportunity inlNov. 16. Ernie Durando in Milwaukee. It the opponent of Joe Micel in Bos-
New York. Yet the next afternoon the zany had been the maddest thing, the ton. Joe is regarded as unortho-
.The F.ordham alumni nay have German middle weeig h t was a- winner down three times in the ox, but Peter drove him daffiler.
quit on its squad ere thrdham alum ay hae uni-round bright and cheery, predict- fourth the loser just failing to Norm Rcthschild has had diffi-
Sqversity, buts someone had done n ng big success for himself. beat the count on the knockdown culties with the Basnceildo-MuCeller
r Wable oht l ell, who s loony now.? asthey that counted mo.t. th ,onceance by Car
-.r- have been the football class of used to say. P e t e r won three TV missed that one but t h e men's management. Today Pro-
S o1 95ve. wy th e lphonl lare ;in a row within 24 days, a n d Living Room AC caught Peter in mother Rothschild is saying: '"It's
C958. That's whypNel ephones are Rock_ M
S TROUNCE vs. CONEJOS singing in That'sva rious New England, he's locking ahead to hisbiggest all of his other appearances. all right now-and am Iglad
P___-_'___, I_ $ O. .. ... r__imngin n em rg u _ed icus w. 7He expects to do $30,000 with 80QO
U'MAS 8 aO.3 up-state New York Connecticut,in the War Memorial Auditrium
I Play-era br h e w J e r s e y and Pennsylvani ina sdeW ar Com leutca a
Playing at. Fastlich Park, the Frangioni, 3b 1 2 1 1 2 tons A -dozen or mor e of their passes e Ringside isdf $8. Complete cap aci-
ConeJos continued to keep their,.Ryter, a. 2 1 1 1 2 Fordham frosh would be an out- ty would be 8800payng $35,0W00.
1 2 nFor0.:or 4w 1 2l 0sbesCollege Cage Scores
late clean at the expense of the Kirkland, p 4 0 1 0 4 standing Christmas present to a- There has never been anything
Pumas 8 to- 3. Chase, rf 4 1 2 0 0 ny coach. o conventional about Herr Mueller.
itch Will cost Watson, of 1 1 1 1 eal are stud enional about Herr Mueller.
Loose had to Schroeder, 2b 2 0 0 0 1 ded with "Alls." Chuck Zimmer.-,o Wednesday lahde s remembered in Der aterfe-
brea t when o lllion, c 2 1 0 0 1 man, for example, was the All- E T ree hose itutde he resented
eit175_.5, a .o.nd)'"Ise, w e d M I e s r long cn the off .beat league onj
'Iio ~' zz- .s'-z 0 0Valley Forge litary, is,. l gge e Stat n t r h n Mississippi thr own. Summer' oa c e had
S;ta1'- ....e-l'41 an .. .............8' ""Arkansas Tech 81,Msls eapp
.wlntMSip- b 0 1 .. 0 0 at six-feet-one and i95 .andn .ornell 6, Columbia 55 Southern 69. Olsen and Johnson as partners in
...ndwent y m ern 0 0 0 0 0 extraordinary ball handler and Dartmouth 72 St. Anselni's 47 a lightweight whom he promptly
fo secon.od win of the season .... 1 passer. Mike Roman, who stands Fordham 64, St. Francis, Brook- MIDWEST labeled Gleo (Hellzapop p in')
40C ton"Jos. Wills W again x-Totas 2 fielded forTres n1six-one and comes In at 210, was lyn 59 iMTShans. L a n g a recalled as the
c iw the eet. x- uh fielded or Torr ithe All-Connecticut fullbatlk and Geneva 91, Pittsburgh 67 Miami, 0. 89, Marshall 74 storm center cf an epic post-fight
Oc ylot at, t Ppthe '5th.l batted for Watsoni high scorer at Plainvile. L Ge rgeWash. 74, Georgetown, Ill. Wesleyan 95, Wheaton 8 free-for-all in Binghamton, N. Y.,

out to get h to name inup the wir z-Rals ton 225-pound n There is a crackpair frles--Leon Bennettm n w Adel1S 77, Propdenc 7
columnng w s at the expense of, 5th. e- who c Mass High, identical physi- ee r Hamline 3, Wshin ton, Mo.

out to get his name innthewinPumas.101 10 2-3 ound Taer-eonaethetto Pennsylvania 42, Yale 40
ably do the catching for the Errors: Webb, T. CunnnghamCourville, and Vyto Kabashinski cent'sh 0 ..i-SU W
Macaws."e I:0IFrangioni 3, Ryter 2, Chase. of Cedar Grove, N. J., and so on t 60... ,Tex. A&I 99, Pan American U. 40
Game time:'41 Uti..........tted in WilsFran dow. ..... "Utca 70, Harpur 5 Wiley 87, Club Deportivo Mexi-
ni, Ryter, Musser, Watson, Kirk- It's a shame to see these kids New Haven State Tchrs 1.. cano 46
The box score": land 2, Chase 2. Two-base hits lose a year of football through aterbury Branch U. of Conn. St. Mary's 88, Chase AFB 74
Kirkland. Three-base hits: Wat- no fault of their own.5
PUMAS son. Stolen bases: Torres 2. Cor- Only one who has played col- St. Peter's 66, Rutgers of New- WEST
rrigan, Frangioni, Scott, Chase. lege football knows what it means ark 42.
Players ab r h o a Doubleplays: Million-Ryter-Mil- to the youngsters playing it. Wagner 105,Upsala 71New York Colo. State 83 Adams State 56.
Lovelady, 2b 3 1 1 1 0 lion. Left on bases: Pumas 5, Co- Ma1 Cooper Uniontime 83 New York
Corrigan, as 2 1 1 :4 nejos 11. Bases on balls: off Wills Maritime 83
Torres, of 3 0 1 2 0 11, Lovelady 2. Kirkland 2., ( IOUTM
Wtbb, c 3 0 0 6 1iStrike-outs: by Wills 4, Lovelady, 33rds (oIpany M SOUTH Rocky Marciano May
Perez Venero, rf 2 0 2 0 0 1, Kirkland 3. Hits off: Wills 5 Title
el, f 2 I 0 1 1; for 8 runs in 3 innings; Lovelady o s Davis Holiday Duke 81, Temple 64 56
Reynolds,lb 1 0 0 1 0 foro0runsInIinninp; Kirk-(Nv 7,Wlla HMr 8 Defend In June
'T. Cunningham, 3b 2 0 0 1 0 land 6 for 3 runs in5s Innings. Richmond 92, Villanova 82
x-Tousaeh 0 0 0 0 0 Winning pitcher: lIrkland (2- Winston Salem 88, St. Paul's
S0, .0 0 0); Losing pitcher; Wills (0-2). Poly 64 September Like 1954
Umpires R. Williams D I a z. Belmont Abbey 77, Catawba 62
Totals 21 3 6 15 3 Time1:30 Company M, 33rd Infantry Reg- Millan 80, Tuculum 78 NEW YORK, Jan. 7 (UP)-It
iment, emerged victorious with RandolDh-Macon 78, Gallau- became increasingly probable to-
a total of 62 points in third Bat-I det 68 day that Rocky Marciano's two
talion's Holiday Sports Tourn a-- title defenses for 1955 will be
ing the past two weeks the ,Atlan just as they were last year.
tic side "Lifeliners" partic pated
in an active program of intra- -AWeill announced
volleyball, basketball, soft b a 11, rWenesday ni t,m aterhais th
Co mtany L had the winning "heavyweig champion nex
boree. Members of the team were By DR. PHOG ALLEN May, "at the earliest." And he
Corporals John Hill and Kenneth Kansas Coach stressed that Rocky would not
Ringhausen; Privates First Class Written for NEA Service fight in May, "if his nose isn't
Robert. Kohrherr, Joseph Capra- right.
ro, Charles Cholston, C h e s t e r QUESTION: When b a 11
Swearingen, Jean M i c h e I e n a, bounds off the rim to backcourt,' Consequently, Weill's confer-
John Alexander and Glenn Oury; is it a violation cf the 10-second ence yesterday with promoter
Privates John Waxon, John Swee- rule for an offensive player to re- Jim Norris apparently had no
ney, and Herbert Shiffrin. trieve it and bring it back into Isignificance. Well admitted he
Laurels for the best volleyball play?--Charley Singley. had flown in from Miami, "not
team went to Company M. S e r- Answer: Once the shot Is taken to confer with Norris but to
geants First Class Ruben Rodri- It is anybody's ball and the rule watch my boy Willie Troy lick
guez (ecach), Julio Ortiz, and does not apply if it goes over Floyd Patterson at Madison
Carlos Garcia- 8gt. Ed Molina; the line because of rebounding. Square Garden tonight."
Corporals L. hernandez-Melendez1 Q. What is the best way toh
and C. Rivera-Colon comprised break up a zone defense? Art Rocky is slated to start prell-
the winning team. Meadows. minary training at Qrossinger,
Companth' M also took top han- A. ?s [ove the ball with quick N.Y., on sunday. aiowever, heSr
ors in the softball competition. passes. Keep the defenders shift- will do no sparring for about a "

Members of the team were Sf. Ing constantly and play for th-n.
AHio, Ortiz Sgt. XcL.Moli; *t freea8 S manLiS. rt Or the month. "And we won't know Ifd i
Jio Orti z Sgt. Ed. olina; .Cor- fe n his noses allright until about Soft and smooth, d
porals M. CartagenjNeves (man- Q. Wha Is a pushing eff" Feb. 15" We ill explained. "And
ager), James Georte (coach), L. foul?-Marv Blackburn. we'll want two exhibition bouts excellent fragrance
Hernandez-Meleadez, Roy Wills,[ A. That is the call made on an before dofer -exce
I. Quinones-Canales, and S. Pu- offensive player under the basket. re e red y those
mahRosario; Privates W a y n e It usually is the result of him giv. Marciano suffered a split nose
SCornelius, Ernest Croft, Carl Da- Nlg the defender a shove in order i s f split know gnet ts is
vis, Jeseph Emeterio, and Water terget moe n aneuve ring oom toar in his last p it on e. z a t

attracted the most competition Q. Is Long Island University apparently has heale well, but
but again Company M produced playing any sort of basketball thi yblowsfro raining gloves
a whiner lI each event. Winners season?-Michael DiMiese. can prove whether the two-inch
and -the veat.we aas follows. IA. Ne b t Brookly j split will reopen under punish- Scoti
Pvt. Jerald ; s, 100 meter ituIa kim that It wiJ start a. ment, a nto Weill.
breast stroke; Pvt. Fieldinggalae asmal-seaklemet F
Ceumbs. 100 meter free style; Pfc. 41Q. Dd any college basketbiWeie ll said he will give no con- 4 A F0
.. A-Cpl David BDllerd, 300 meter Ryan. tAl Rocky Is ready to fight. He
--BXAMR-M Gene Lj free stle; Pfe. Gerald Donald- A. Yes, a game between. Man-. said Nifo Valdes, Don Cockell ofl. Cong 4
Ig AW._RW ~ta Gene Littler, left Bad Holseher son, 109 mtIe Iback strcke; Pfc. hatta and 5. Peters of New, and light heavyweight champion
.'f e We g am eMas ofs aoP. 40 D *l BrP f. Combs. ISO me- Jeey id a eoie *of years back Ahie Moore were in the run-......
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By WALTER C. WATSON 'Doug Bergere, playing
field, had two for three .i-
Following in the footsteps of scored one run.
s big brother. Bruce, one ofI I'r
e greatest players that Little' The Caribbean Command tt
league baseball ever saw on the looked rather green in spots
thmus, Johnny Bateman made it is understood that this Is
s debut yesterday at the Coco- first season for many of the bwi
Ball Park a rather brilliant and we are sure that as W o
ie with a one-hit shutout over rolls by this team will duvg ,
e Caribbean Command team. into a real fighting bun.n N.
addition to his excellent Georgie Metzger, behind tm_
thing effort Bateman had two plate, did an excellent Job.
ts In three trips to the plate collected the only hit off
id scored two of West Bank's man-a solid line drive to Sgt
ne runs. field. Miller, a southpaw pitcdr,
had a rough afternoon on ,
Giving Bateman solid support mound but has the stuff to
as a team that has the mak- of real help to his team.
g of champions. Jimmie Sut-
n, a rugged Individual if ever
lere was one, scored three runs
id did a good job behind the RELATIVITY
ate, Bonner Hadley at first
nd Johnnie Torres at third HASTINGS, Neb.- (UP) -W
imbined with Pee Wee Linfors tots were discussing what they
second and Ramon Cabrera would do if they found a millionn
t third to make up a real clas- dollars on the street. One a 9
Snfield. An outfield that made the other: "Would ycu try to
spectacular plays and whose the owner and give the mia
hole appearance seems improv- back?" Said the second youngt*r:
d over last year were encou- "Well, if he turned out to be a
aging to the West Bank fans. poor person, I sure would."

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d wave dropped temperatures "'Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln.
u much as 30 degrees In the na-
tlon's eastern third today and THIRTIETH YEAR PANAMA, R. P.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1955 FIVE CENTS
hundreds of persons were injur-
ed in accidents on New England s
In the Far West, meanwhile,
her cold wave sent the mer- ag, Chou TalAb ut
,ry plunging 18 degrees to nine
Clow zero at Pocatelloids.. andC h u Tlk I
brought light snow and 41-degree
temperatures to usually sunny
In New England, battered by a
combination of snow, sleet and
freezing rain. 72 persons were U S s Sp ies
from falls at the Boston City
Hospital aloneads killed at least. BY D. R. MANKEKAR r The tempo and character of U n it e d Nations dispatches Nevertheless, Hammarksjold
The pecy rson in aad killed at leasnd Written for United Press !the proceedings also point to the have indicated Hammarskjold's got a cordial reception which was
one person a Copyright 1955 Times of India businesslike manner wherewith 'emphasis will be on the 11 im- evident at the cocktail party
craoshd. wehe combned News Service .the conversations are being con- prisoned American airmen who and dinner,
The old weather combinst of the ducted, with no time wasted. were captured while in uniform
wiation, but Indiana heavy PEIPING, Jan. 7 (UPi-Unlt- The United States contention after being shot down hn far While as yet Peiping does not
mins earlier this week sent the ed Nations secretary general Dag that the accused men were In northwest Korea during the Ko- appear in a mood to relent over
Wabash Rier on its first Hammarskjold and Premier Chou military uniform and therefore, rean War. the American spies question
abash Rd in two yver onars. En-lal conferred into the early under international law. could It has been Indicated the there is little doubt Chinese
Little Rock, Ar., which had a morning hours today on the fate not be held for spying and that case of the civilians John leaders are putting much store
L0-degree reading Wednesdaydof 11 American airmen jailed as China had committed a breach Thomas Downey, 24, New Brit- in the U.N. secretary general's
could do no better than 4 de *spies," and it was apparent both 'of the Korean armistice agree- ain, Conn., and Rich a ra visit to their capital as a way
oulees yesterday as the cool airsides were getting down to cases ment by imprisoning American George Fecteau, 27, Lynn, Mass. of relaxing world tension and
-SUnketed the nation's mid-sec- with no beating about the bush. armed forces personnel on duty, -also held by the Communists narrowing the gulf between the
en from the Rockies almost to Their second meeting in less has been contested by the Chi- Is being considered separately, countries of East and West.
%be East coast than 24 hours lasted for three nese. Deputy Foreign Minister Chang
,Temperatures were generally'and half hours and they sched-; The Chinese insist that the Hang Fu, accompanied by the
e ow 40 throughout theuled another for 3p.m. case s purely an internal mat- chief of protocol and the chiefly Leaaue:
L.the. l ... ..-. .. .... ..... tpw0 hhottheuW16.noe. and that it had been clearly of the International conference I L g ue:

IN HARMONY Senate Republican leaders reelected their party leadership at a caucus which
was officially described as full of "good will" and harmony. The leaders are shown outside
the Capitol in Washington. Left to right are: Senators Styles Bridges (N.H.). chairman of the
Policy Committee; Eugene Millikin (Colo.), Chairman of the Conference: Leverett BaltonstaU
(Mass.,. Whip, and William Knowland (Calif.), Floor Leader.

AFL, CIO Chiefs Agree in Labelling

Ike's Home Front Plans 'Indeauate'

-iVll eyi s hin aTe sc J ni Jle presenIe prehA S Ua L nu O MIot n .-.---
or 70s in the Southeastern national law experts at the established that the accused department of the Chinese gov- --
S .tes. overnight meeting suggested were engaged in spying activi- ernment, received Hammarak- WASHINGTON. Jan. 7 (UP)-
laks, W. Va., for Instance, the talks straightaway got to ties on Chinese territory when jold when he landed at the air- W presidents of the AFL and CIO (UP
da reading of 3 degrees while grips with the main point of they were seized. port here Wednesday and pre agree that President Elsenhower
Lhmond, Va., only about 160 contention between the two The Chinese also Insist that sented him to the assembled di- was on *solid ground" in his for-
kptheltwo was on--soolidmats an s reground" In his for-to "
es away. basked in a 09-de- sides regarding the status of military uniforms could not plomats of nations represented p y recommendation to
sidesregaringwae staus o With police g resycmm endations.
temperature. the Americans who were con- protect them under interna- atPeping. Congress but they called h
Sfe along the Atlantic icted by a Chinese military tonal law. Hammarskold had a prell- it ies coming in the domestic legislative program n-
snorth of Virginia, chang- court I helping's freezing 12-degree- minary one-hour conversation quantities they have been ap- e e
S to mow or freezing rain "below zero weather showed no with Chou yesterday, with De- pearin recently at Gorgas Hos- eq
toughh eastern New York state| The two experts were Prof signs of thawing over the Amer- puty foreign minister Chang tal, 's more than a wonder AFL president George Meany
d northern New England. Humphrey Waldock of Great lean "spies" issue yesterday as Hang Fu, who speaks good Eng- thatr'there wasn't a single Newsaid Mr. Eisenhower's recom-
ain or snow also fell though- Britain, who accompanied Ham- the momentous talks between U. lish, also present. Year'shd. mendations in regard to the
*t most of southern California marskjold on his mission, and N. Secretary General Dag Later in the evening, Chou The first baby of 1955 a son Taft-Hartley amendments, the
showers to Mr. Wash-rr Ta-rlam d nt
showers in northwest Wash-,Prof. Chou Keng Sheng, adviser Hamarskjold and Premier Chou gave a cocktail party n honor born to Mr and Mrs. array federal minimum wage, health
bston and widely scattered snow to the Chinese foreign ministry, En-lal got going. 'of Hammarskjold and they also Wareham of Panama City, put l ion, and public housing
Aurries in the Rockies. A fewlend a well-known professor of', Hammars Jold at the first dined together. n his appearances were "timid and puy" an
er Oho Valley and the, .s law rented formally to Chou a Unit- The secretary .general's pre- He was followed, within the "completely uninspiring."
_er Great Lakes. I t also is apparent that much ed Nations message urging the ference to statdeh thea Swed- next 13 hou rsa by: a son for Mr. IO side al Re

.tm ngpeerts are believed to have taken-- enr here. eT. Wilber of Panama Ci y ctin e p mnt o ee the
of egal aspects of the problem from lWant To Th Anome i hc It left a bad taste in the mouth bo s o nds of te Amercan
from a frigid 9 belowatdone.b ;a ughtersforMa.samuch of the eono re
Hammarskjold.vcted of spying Ins rnn ts nit
Thei wo ionition to be its guest, has great- and Mrs. James Mannin g ofA and so l section of there Pe -

r two viewpoint initially, which is considered un- the week Dec. 28-Jan. 3 today or tomorrow."
s r eJ fortunate at the outset of Impor. Daughter's were born to the-
I ton* The woit ai S law ex-tant conversations requiring the following r On foreign policy, Reuther

ridngs, to uT lv.... of Xru0icome reaffirmation of the hope
tl let A Rd tnPufing P Mrs. John Doerfler- of Locona'e ahe Mean s th eo pre ioe
Charles A. Laughead LONDON, Jan. 7 (UP) Halfral nday Cpl. and Mrs. Howard Engeberg a." Meany said the President
nd-oftheworld preditheworld celebrated Christmasf Panama City n rou Mr. Eisen-
EIn Husband's Lunch Evans Sm of Paralso;, 'r.1"
ast Lansing home and plans Millions of Orthodox Catholics aru n and Mrs. Hamilton La valas of hower it, hst i ct atthe econ
At r Aou a n, Sacre Head a..m o.f iu tloo k ie "goontaIgnsoaed
"go South for a rest." I IONIA, Mich., Jan. 7 (JUP) -mostly in the Middle East, the Paraiso; Maj. and Mrs James omlrnings of leading economisredts
44-year-old former Michigan Mrs. Edith White, 34-year od Balkans, and Asia-marked the Manning of Albrook; A/3c. and "warns leading economists h
te College staff physician said mother of two children, was birth of Christ on both sides of Mrs. Donald T Wber of P that unemployment is likely to
wold "has a good many ..d.h.hWeelBaka Donald T. Wilber of Pan- climb again In the months a-
t-* world "has a good many mil-.charged with attempted murder the Iron Curtain. ama City; Mr. and Mrs. Claude heand." y aa- n tha t r. n-

Soutree a oemp t Laughead's lunch. y because Orthodox Chris- Heart Chapel In Ancon for Fen- Sgt. and Mrs. Leon T. Doutrich
-s reclentoattempt by Laughigan'rs. EdithWhWeanr.irern yesterday promtsdBalkansaandTAia--IrkedEthe
ioser to have the doctor sent to Ionia Count Prosecutor Rex tans follow ha old c n 13 ton Whelan, retired Canal em- of Fort Clayton; and Col. and operation with Presidel)t Eisen- has returned to his former job in Washington as Doo pr ot
ental hospital failed when tw OCnnor sa he authorized behin tht se n the who died yesterday after- Mrs.Victor De Stefans of Forthower but o is- the House the Democratc-c ll
atrists declared he w a s warrant after studying statutes At Jerusalem, hundreds of noon at Gorgas Hospital after a Clayton. wings for his farm and military the rostrum of the House chamber for the opening.ot green.
"ae.s d was dismissed from tu re s mittin with han cto rs m nArosary service will be held ng coupes: Lt. and Mrs. Ray- don B. Johnson (Tex.) sounded any further Communist adven-
a.b -year jsob because col- so pi s Bethle n sr om e at th organs Hospital Chapl at mnd E. Arnold of Fort Clayton; Many Democrats labeled the his party's keynote by promising tures or aggressnlo. ,,
ls said his forecasts of He said Mrs. White is being thorlehem's shrines. orda- 7:30 this evening. /A,OI and Mrs. Thomas E. President's program "New to consider the program In the He predicted a "large art" of
oficaltaaanr said his forecasts of He 's aidMrs.n ehn FaI'rbeingnian authorities turned bkc k &I A na anNwYrkF ish. Of -lbrook; Sgt.eandMr stcN"
and reports of communica- specifically charged with "Ming- fe cincludi a u f us A nat.he of Olean, New York. Fish. of Albrook; Sgt. and Mrs. Dealish." "spirit" of the President's ap-the domestic program be
with spacemenin flying sauc. ling'poison with food with the in- s. a group o Rus- Mr. Whelan cme to the CanalDavid Sutherland f Fort Kob- peal that the "general good" be proved with bipartisan uppo
0t were "disturbing students." tent'to kill or injure her hus- At Mo midnh mZone in 1909 from Bradford, be; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. Good- Republicans for the most part the "yard-stick" on major is- This view was echoed by
sIrieaZoneeonine Housier Go P lheader
Wife and I are going South, band." At Moscow m ight mass atPennsylvania, where he hadrich of Los Rios; Mr. and Mrs. hailed t as "constructive," "for- sues. House OP leader Joseh
l to Miami where we will arrmumYelokhosvskay cathedral over- worked as a boilermaker. His Thomas A. Barrett of Paralso: ward-looking" or "middle-of- Johnson said Individual pro-Martin J whotermed
S the sun and try to find out- The charge carries a maximum flowed. United Press staff cor-first Canal service was in the Pfc and Mrs. Victor Morehouse the-road" and predicted a "large posals will receive "reasonable sage "splendid." .
vs again," Laughead said. sentence of life in prison. respondent Kenneth Brodney Isthmian Canal shops at Empire. of Rio Abajo; Mr. and Mrs. Rob- part" will be enacted with bi- consideration by reasonable
S a. Mrs. White was e of n d cabled that the ceremony "made Mr. Whelan's service with the ert McGuinness of D a b I a partisan support men," with some being accepted, Rep Charles A. Hall (Ind.)
HeA Q aker H it Wednesday after her h u s "a nd, t seem 36 years of revolution Canal organization was unbroken Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Jose A- But even in the Re ublican some rejected and "subtiute said t offered a "sound, for
S5 Floyd, 38, told police his wif putand communism never existed." and was all with the Mechanical maya of Arraijan; Mr and Mrs. camp there were rumblings o adopted for others. ward-looking program to man-
e He rid Isles t poison in a sandwich. I In elgradY Yu Divisi or Its equivalent. He array Wareham of Panaa City; oppositi or omius sn on House weaker Sam aburn tain peace and prosperity"
iw Hebrides Ise Orthodoy faith scattered sparks held the Roosevelt medal fbr Sgt. and Mrs. James L. Reynolds such Issues as the reciprocal said "some" of the President's
Australia. Dec. 7- He said he took only one bite-Of good luckhfrom flaming Oak'Construction day service. Atthea of Fort Clayton, and Sgt and-trade program and farm price proposals were "very good aei
New Rerbrideo.slands today, factory where he Is employed Judge Ottman (inside) ...... atn the Balboa shops that akind"ets I -
bmhhsg down houses and up-land discovered it had been load- Judge Edward M. Altman will He is survived by his wife, who He indicated firm Democra-
'No casualties were ed with rat poison. be the guest speaker at the makes her home with a daughter tic positions on many issues,
S. monthly dinner meeting n. n Mrsl Margaret Janen of most of the chief aticutwouves of thlde board of W. R. rae
reaching here said the She was are wi addressed at the homelocal chapter of the Inaudstit or' RodWhelan, f Boulders. Catherine il o domestic a numb er of subse- id today report h hs
age was caused on of another man with whom she Internal Auditors to be held on 'ada three daughters: Mrs. Mary i o s ment mesa e ne

.- group on important features of of Los Rios; five grandchildren; ATLANTA, Jan. 7 (UP) The school system with funds to beish." He said Democrats have al- tirm has discovered huge irr a-
The localchater internal Wiiam, al of Breadod Pien- askd toy to dgate theprb Sth C l a ad pse De m f tu leader o"en sar b
Syearr. .l has monthly featured s Anna Brophy. Mrs. Catherine administrations in hopes of meet- 'though the legislatures of both Senate OOP leader WillRiam F..1 stc Heo aid Ate
at their monthly dinner meet- Bottone Mrs. Mary Ma rcott. a nd ing Supreme Court requirements states meet next Tuesday. Knowland said the Presid not's sa upetar the siud, o-
SIn rom t p ealeson i a Mni. s ue Flagg., all irving in the without abandoningg or material-' A committee headed by Gov. message outlined a constructivea 4 y oga -
guest sspe r on sta- rthesoy ti- i States. ly altering" the present school sys- Hugh White has recommend d esd domestic program and pledges I I als re dt
".-.esdheookoyo e b te of thod luck rmflme field of account on thngi Members of the family have temFr. a tha t the Missssihppa Legislabtr e the nation reoas were "a e Poodresident o- -

r and auditing. The purpose oft the asked that no flowers be sent: In an address to both houses of withhold any bills implementing world atof free men." 'irac instead "-s 1
is expressed n the current year'stributions to the cancer Fund. Assembly, G. Luther H g es son or arises" that pri- with the amitaton my name
Eligible resints of u the Canal m emboo Resident orientt"
ti on concerning the Institute by Who Knocked Down Shortly afterward, a bill was in- schools wilt be kept for Negroes. or b-o on engtae to meet ina Perud" he said. T is
Stelephoning Baboa 2575 Monday produced in the state Senate to car- and whites through "the exercise dlookn 't kno the fPse. io.'
ow houSB an pad through P'iday. Sister Fined 15 ry out the governors recommend-tof state police pcwer to proense isdwI o.t.i a s ngwi es s ieus
Iprominen Noperslolenaweredlpolo, b ts el s ellri aiti n eaonl s and those of a special ad- and protect public, health, morals, -.Il- t eU Vou ti titnednionngucti t y n
For striking his istr inn visory committee on educat io n better education and the peacsmetryg in yr a pnre m "
_an ei s rol oi ha' snr. Leno which reported that mixing of the and good order in the state." ch seious,'I Graci sat.anl ees

,p^Iwu. N. Smith, a Gamboa resident, races "cannot be accomplished Hodges said the special North T0sLerioif' two said. w"ka.# bee
was fined $15 m this morning by 'and should not be'attempted" int Carolina education cMom r i teei. L gotl.og oo two _we i s
and daudge w. causeduonooseanottheh Balboa Magistrate.- North Carolina. "'feels that the people of North nL UIi ... ofsofw vm .
stite t ording whto testimony brought Four other states hGeore Carolina desire to solve the probe. c nCh O l iasd trying to aalpuft -at4 c
S voutin toet courtPata P a-yai- hi South Carclina, Misssippi and lem created by the u eme upward .,
Is Cnemooed Panamanian hitu Louisiana already have taken Court's decision and provide edu-. Grace said the stocks t.
erefhis sister. Eunice, twice on the atepl to see that segregation is action for our children within the A.L J"an. 7 P)-ov- Grae & Co. has from STl
S. head following an argument preserved while the rest of Dixie framewoerk of our present public ernor General Ro re to 4 p t o the a t
Ne Jonc aUerni thweInstuters Rd fe to Kn floor ewon 'Sh m ywa..u. tlathehSuprme naboll d o ine-rschoolms is w illab-keptrorrPdduring the past 80N "aiut
ty-three ph parsons were reported taken by ambulance to Gorg implement its historic decision of sThe committee feels that the cosults with top French f a 30 per ceot leasee'
Skied and thousands were left where she was confined for three last May cotplvsory mixing of, the rices on the continuing terrorlash in Tlle telegram which twe eat
Someless when a typhoon struck days for a head injury. I Georgia, Mississippi and South oin our schools, on a ate-wide Algeria. sto .eespapersl Pheui.melphiaa
Island. press report re- Smith's sister appeared narolina adopted constitutional basis and without rega to local Loard it expected to 8fnd Baltimore, Chisuo tn hther ci-
Teed here san r today i court Lhis morning and said amendment' permitting abolition conditions and assignmnt factors one night in Vth captalties, saiT a re em.ace
The storm, o dubbed "Violet," there had not been prelous in- of the state school system as a other than rte, w lc alienate rtuwrong te gatsrdea ght. woour t held Nin Los Aaias this
^ ^ H-. C1tetainedB comparatively ild eldents of this kind, however, a "last resort" against integration public support of the school to ianwhile, police sNew the week to semoUce th Wramia
adm s.ter a 4 Ski.e-an-hour winds, but it poliAce oficer stated he had in- of Negroes and whites. sach an extent that they could ant C nist wee "i .... ;- ,,a .S..,,s--
g -arta q~sWantd disastrous floods which dicatio .n that there were Geaist gave its legislature au-beo operated ucelaulre" iodtes tfor eu ". u.
DMIu Jan 7ted h-r most of the 4ea4.fprevioh figotoe la the 1amUw their nto ist up a "prevats" said. t e --' er r .


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