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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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System ID: AA00010883:00620
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"Let the p.e &ses the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

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e tUp NY SIeuths Due
He This Evening
; Here Th e
XROd Tan. : i, -(UP) -Pope
Pius Xlf teday rbse it seven ad NEW YORK, Jan. 10 (UP) ado that under the present cir-
SattAd a l private Two Spanish-speaking detectives cumatances, thenost patriotic
el. He hasa r apdf of the New York City police will course Is to retain the same
Usli leave this afternoon to assist the cabinet ministers who served
ter the Poe a eyed Panama government in Its under Co.1 Remon.
docto Prof. fialeazliandl, or : search for the assassin or assas- The National Patriotic Coall-
b A eily ap and ire- l of President Jose Antonio tion party also Isued a state-
ut ta Deq |- Remon. ment yesterday annouthing Its
d J a ta. They are acting lieutenant support of the present team of
Marlo du Bouchet, supervisor of cabinet ministers.
rcesa said ttd te the Brooklyn Wet Homicide -
S .ac sources laid today the A t Squad and Joseph Canchiro of 7
Po may wewr agaIC D turn (NBA Tele t e 0)th Squad, also of Brooklyn.
the t carry on ACCUED Mildred Ch at They are expected to arrived m
full ,utics as spiritual leader 33 h" been accused of em0- Panama tonight. T. i -- M
S 425, 000 Romau Catholits. nta rWONfdrom theCIOf. The police department empha- To Droumn
T sour" eated that e in Cleveland a sct sized that they are being loaned -
,b npe out of danlW s hasrefu sedto identify to Panama at the re auest of that
aae that tto ,yaerbeing loane
d t P & 't divorcede man with two government which wll pay thelr Ul .Merits I phI
,a' p at dre ". to whom h id expenses and that their duties .
lier, at 10 p.m. s4 of 2 a.m. gave themony according advisory on Abt,000 jobs In the Canal
T Pop'sam- ... battez- o Most of the persona held for Zone,, costly with the Army and
Thep P ~'stb -- interrogation here in. nama In Nvy, nre to be brought under
last gaMtrtti a et the days Immediately followinge system by Ju1n, so-
last me i ae int i Cti-r the Jan. 2 assassination of Pro cordI- to an announcement
cweakend.ate i yer-e -'ral y ident Jose Remon hav now been ad Cvil Service Commis-
Dectu tendlk lPthe P dreleased,.It w amCiitoa a de CiviService Ph lni-
-. Doct Us md relFewer than ersoas are be- 3lq rman Philip Yotng in
SH bear and lugs Raiae S e0 P to rem In custody. .u In ee with.
Iti among BAhemearlyt Thi *1en
Il ei t oresn 8tlrad o.. n ans tobrin about 42 over
oft en told tI I d, o no . v
Ca e no m1I s g the xt yeAr.
By Id for alb A. to fus Pvlad


INHERITS;yORTUNE Heire- to a reported $100,0,O Mrs.
Mollie Nether Mragno (right I watches as one of her late grand-
mother's Are deposit boxes Is Opened in Chicago. Her grand-
mother, Mru,. Molie Netcher, eft her entire estate to Mrs.
Bragno. Efit to right: Edward Raddatz of the First National
Mank; Tax 3xamtner Mrs. Josemhine Bower; State Treasurer
Egner J. Hoffmano and Mr4. Bragno.

USWIild UseA-Weapons
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Charges Nicaraw

With Subveso

And Aggression
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (UP) Costa Rican
bassador Antonio Facio asked the Organixation of
icon States (OAS) to.y to call a special mi ting
merican foreign mit rs because of "theI'"
tion created by the government of Nic gua, .l..
ig the territorial Ing rify and the political
and independence of osta Rica." .
Mie said the Nfaraguan authorities have
every effort to solve: the controveery which has 9goi
for a year between the two coup"". .
"On the contr4*, the NMicaruan government d4
pears interested in sving the probbm only by meanosm
subversion and agg d1non. .
"The danger is. mediate. OiM. combined action eR*
the American country can halt it,"
Costa Rica's "dept 6reghln tween *trd the Nica
minister Fernando FOP r ha emm .of Anastaso- r
also been disp etched t ash-ar.
ington b present j igue-
res to help pre nt hl taS
a. the

feor seealn unr6_'
reservatlon a av 4ea-

ut having any legitimate bu-
mas there since It was under Ca-
nal Zone jurisctio.
Thfe t~eatmau pulted out
that thI e had B a In-
emesltg naber of lareenlee
in Cnridu whieha was thres-
ams n thUe extra vitlame
11m the pawnsU Curund.
rive other Pansmanlans were
fined for trespassing in the Tl-
vdtl commlssay.
Four of the defOndants, Lu-
clano Mendosma, 1 Aurora M.
del oft o, 31, :uf Morales.
N and Sebastian gmodeval, 386
mrg ach fined 10. Jobn A.
sgist, I was fined $ on 4he
$"_ ea Chow

Sonw Her Mother

esor Civil. Serv- ..- r "'
W,avs -for La Lo ady said. U alrost- r
d tiesle th I or s Lvady ted State is re to ue tia
.a'r now _0 -1 Repl an ua AlI
s q nOw. s.pet ed .we mak e ** l tonic weapons to p its Pa. NyeSva U f S one he tw ounaa h
later today. $Ae for the jobs here, .ad cifl allies against mu ifst with no ar y. We have only tr o the AOmmon
h v blletik aid the TWl-ats ef.Panamna'sm n- *uld assure the services o aggression, well-infoed SoWUc sm. sndArlw police fore,.-and our equipme tier betw theto o countliag
S veiy brht or the re u e fern plus se gettIn the best qualified ap- es said today. Au~ lll s inadequate. We have no It also ar ed tsat
tj o ie enated o les from ba, Beans, he added. Thes sources said ey une planes." has give facilities on
ress ti year. ed 8e are being dioretd by y o u ng emphasized that nopared to use atomic eapons to W s interview with United Pres omest ee of
NZ= Guard te uffl~der ianneiounin"other o tdtSte wllWs e.IIth?'- winter iewa w t ledPhone es an soilf tieof
Ther ar indications the new Nt Guar anketlog In" order is con- defend Japan, Form ., the that he .te the Nicara- to a m
th e ocratc-conrolled COn- Col. B.OUltar Vallahine in t template, and that each incu- lippines and the e blic of o TICKENHAM England, Jan. p.an to sr tt Invlon arinst
84th W oven ladt Wed manBhMt fun the krle. bent will be judged on his Qan- re a. 10 (UP) Lehwing politician with an atbe attak on his ta lRIanoveroaie
ngrda, iclb convs i gn i NewsN of a kindly dee per-flcations. The declined to seuss tii c Aeurin (Nye) Bevan laid a s t country;
sd"N, "will nbet IS sOefas formed by President _Reon a Present employes in Schedul, types of atomic wp ons that night that U.S. Adm. Arthur Rsd- The Presldent said that Nica- R
for government'emp? a short time before his de A overseas jobs who can meet would be brought in use agamst ford was "criminally foolish" to ragua had seerulted soldiers of ed
itis recesort oB bu- disclosed here yesterday r. the full qualification require- any Red -aggressor the Paci- say atom bombs should not be fortune from Mexico, Venezuela
e"Tnhe th is ex ted t E@nrique Miro Quesada, 'ments will be given civil service fic but it was presud the Unit- ruled out If fighting resumes in and Costsa ,Rc itself and had
letin write "is epect.- m from Peu Saturday on arge statusm Youn stated. Come t- ed States would *use -y device Korea. atationedthm onCosta S R r
prove p ay.nl'sfogrt rsid of consupgracy. tive exams wiel be given for those that might be needed" Bevan, leader of the Labor Par- stationed th on Cdosta Rica's F
celassifieand postal e d n Li huesads watl -Iobs in which present employes Adm. Arthur W. alr, cair- ty a leftist faction in the House of ern oer. these
well as providing them with ma mas y to meet the required tand- of the U.S. J chief of Comons, added that B r i t I s h gtr s.. sindade o t ielUI At e Ri
is uh Im ranch ident amonsenva y n -e fai wellhe asor all fttee manqui the UniteeFteldm Marshaldod h tM e troopspossibly would Invade theA
gan l thems .lvsurance I dent, eru emon sent anuelnvy todilars as well as for l fure staff, already has sahthe United Field Marshal Lord Montgomery i, oo ot ea n imu
grams for themselves and Peru's President Manu anOdria,acas he declared States will use atomicweaes to "should be told to keep quiet" for country in motor boats b ,6caus
eir famile bet asking that ro Queada be t v aRce ori th 42 defend the Republic ;# I rea if saying that atomic weapons fig. It takes "on a few hours" to SAIGON, Indochina, Man.
"Also, ch fr'ge benefits I The large majoi ty o e Res o openeross Lake caragua into Costa (UP)-Trinh Quoe
wider apeal procedures, more President Odria told President 0 ob ar~ the Deen-e D there, rope. e. Rica. Communfaist Vietrnini deleg0
Wtab retiremO benefits. lesmon's envoy that he would a- paurtmen and are in foreign For some time third has been He said Nicaragua had beenthe Genea conference a s
r u ee train gree to Miro Quesada being de- countries and.United States ter- considerable specualti that the Bevan, an outspoken opponent recruiting mercenaries for sev- Red-held northern Vieam
Ss and pro' ted to Panama. At Lima ir-ritories. United States has & weapons of U.S. policy in backing German eral months, taken refugee in the French
s.-a % dri t system a- rt Saturday Miro Quesada was stockpiled in Asia. there nev- rearmament and the Southeat A- "Nicaragua is trying to make clav at 9alphong, south
Sto-have excellent chances told this promise was bei h n- or has been any o !F cofirma- sia Treaty organization, said in a his ook like an internal revolt, nam authorities said today.
,?reAt8nt during the next ored despite President Remon's L U l AS VUIIIII tion. speech here, "When Admiral Rad- but there is absolute freedom But they retfsed to con
Ltwo ." 1 t assassination. Mire Qu Is Guam and Okinaw 'have been ford talks about dropping atom and peace in our country," 'd reports that another
t _wo _ye_,_ married to a sister of Pawama's T U f flA- mentioned as likely Uts for stor. bombs on Korea he is foolish gueres said. "We are completely -tent Communist, Tran
Vice-Preldent Ricardo Aas ro ing atomic weapons especially criminally foolish. prepared and cOol. This is a con- communist mayor of
Ye r- d Texan Meanwhile on Chang al- bombs. And when Field MarshalMont tinuation of t fiht for de- had also chosen freedom.
- sk' ormosa al l Were M r The United States has mutual gome says the same sort of mocrc in A rica Trin Q t
DiesAfter Severe lowered tlo hallmst o I I mi toeense treaties with Jsapan, the thing e should be told to keep comus the first Q=un t b-
Smourn the death of t Republic of Kotea, -te Philip- quiet. cosI ts Rica deded to in voke bar of the Vietmp o ant -
Internat Bleeding eo and Na ANCONA, Italy, Jan. 10 (P) pines and one with rmosa a- "Civilians now have authority the clause of the Rio doJe Jan o ....ects--t
e-is a a dt Js t R mh n dilo a.toi An unidentified man threw waiting ratification any of over soldiers apd these milteay ca u f- cn lt oci a he
l .r du dd r h ano thens nations were ta me o loger y Yatesth allAmericanr atesI Ta
e e araiine g e ci v four n e n e ed tates could swinc Ito ac- They have been brought u in an must come to the aid of a ie inh
lber m t eatW enew.d .- sao. ao uen-e a .crowded mo ie mm ediately age of armaments and they do tim of external aggression in o member o tho ea n
14teatir w ee ew d n t ohesoere last n t, killing 4th- Reports of Amemc* readiness not realize that this is over te ol gatlon t Geneva, was not
14 times in anwenek i effort ose_ Ramon Gulza-'twl women and injuring 44 oth- cameasown after atolb authori- communist, officlas here say.
to save him from L mysterious do, who is scheduled to speak or persons. o ties in Washington. Sinuclear Bevan called again for a Brit eIn Manasga, Nicaraguan for-
internal booodingidied todayilover a natBonrwiddhelo--av ata, of the t to ,,casmdebted r that Nicaragua Plans e arn r s ateVmabol 1D
iNtern Taight oe ae n-u t7tioninrde killer empltdId pistol into the aOd equipment for all -the Armed earliest opportunity." He t dnie h acomprosin na
Dr.,Joh Invde. hist' p at ....... .a-.,itthe
sican declined to ay before a n lldto accept the .minatim of crowd. He escaped in the panicky Services scentists estimate that in an ato- Nv de. Cs t Rica.... rew.in.w thd..e........
autops Is erodwhetherMinisterof Government and lowed the explosions. Meanwhile, scores 4f Chinese mic war Britian would last 30 rvietmlnh of HO Chi MI&A
Harris bled -odeath. HeM Justice Catalno rroch ll police said there seemed to be Communist planes raWd Taehen hours.,the Organtionf rou best w tn EN
Harreis heart may have weaken- Arroch, had offered to Step n1O doubt the killer was crazy. island. 200 miles noaWo Formo- He said British foreign ministerlaa sr neilhborling.country '.country from France.
ed and might al given way. down In oider to allow Auem-IThe picture showing at the .thea- sa, four times today be t w ec n Sir Anthony.Eden was pleased at0 11 hers, .
ebdY"n,,, ,. Aojn ro,'To, emoner wasa light comedy- dawn and 2 p.m. in fte of the getting West Germany to agree' The invo..tion of the Rio Vietnam officiaUoi s
the slain Prosident's brother. toGina Lollobrigida in 'Bread, heaviest attacks of the "little not to make atom bombs,.. B ttreatyby the Costa Rican gov-make aMnysta.tement Ab ft
in I sta., "Love and Dreams"--snd there war" off the South Coast. he had not got the United States enmient. is the lateBt in a pro- reported flight of the demmun#
Never iT qii Her be ited v-mon4-io-asreport.- e no discernible political ma- A Nationalist Cli b commu- to agree notto sell atom bombs Jlonge seriess of charges a n d Inla mayor af H Hano, n.
ad to have told"President.CGu-tive for the crime. (Conutinued on Col. z, to Germany." counter-chage.s exchanged be- Lid. sLI, an old 49010. Of -

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Britain Putting Jet




Only Current Shooting War With Communists
LONDCN, Jan. 1i (UP) division, ringed the vast forests at Britain was putting is Canberra force the three other reainforced tact Communist units and t
BrtaNa anouneed te a a the foot oit Kenya, jet bombers into a against an compales-umberi 300 to 400 troops are moved in as reitfirce
stoppig up its fight a the Maj. Gen. G. D. Heyman, chief enemy for the lrt ein the men-that ow make p the 2nzd meots.
CoesS in te i of Ms- of staff of the British army's East attempt to smash thWEd guerri- Special Air Service. The kasg which ha-
laysndte IboU niUists Ariaes command, said they were Uas in Malaya. All the SAS troops are para- gana In a 5ait "a s
ian e fosts aof t ready to push off in a drive to Thle sleek 0 hour chute-trained and have received the last made pbi,
Ja end the two year battle against light bombers have ordered special commando for have cost kArm
al s te Man Man to Malaya by Bomber ground operation. TSAS d
b e w Heman r ed to tip his bhd Cemand. an in- group .s 0 A wiM
.. tbb q aetdss-adnd left tb r l "ralklbeB tasrg ad te atee Wasj t risha l
Wst Bnow s flight be rerists, who hav sworn blood e h norw n a be (lra the Ms. ef New York Afrie
oaths to drivtre white man layan Jungles. The SAM t s ate tht p YOM
Ra a the et frvi Kena, to "sweat it out" A special "dn of volun.- juangles to eahd ritis
A a etii wlting tor the drive to ope. tear parastraopi-g wfllbe seet dris agai.tha da They h t
.34- Wm or te bsmin 'veted that t the JIM& ear will rein so r 4
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h nim remier 80 Mtao uuir
three m a
in control of Ban*i theetvit
been best by food suap3 ..
skyrocketin unepg. "%=
But there Is no -0te0d
Irmason that he hk
asked sanctuary of t*e
SNighttime FTOY
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SHE PANAMA AMERICAN .. .-... ---..--
v ::: P"ANImyTAMANA ^":". Labor ews Sorry, That Seat's Token"
67. NSTRIT P. 0. Box 134, PANAMA. R or P. And
@NN. IN ADVANCE 1.70 3 20
u VRA IN AOVAN'. 18 50o a.oo By VICTOR RIESEL W,
SMThousands of our friends, the % g \ m
4 YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COL MN Thousansof orefriens, the aml
YOU RUM-THREADRs WN CO MN anti-Communist workers of Italy, t i r, Cana
are being laid off by defense plans I thel
or lack cf Amerivan orders. L L tevI
But U.S. military procurement I I 'f
people continue to spend scores of split
S1 .millions of U.S. dollars in other serv
plants manned by actively pro. -
Soviet Communist union members. "l s
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Panama American. While it is true that the Penta- But
are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential gon-State Det. team in Italy has' the
N'tapperth rboth
if yu contribute a letter don't be imptient If It doesn't epp desert nCldlousiS'00en worthto wof oir- *l^ e
t y. e arepublished inwhich hired Communecist workers, .4'0i
Pleos try to keep the letters limited to one poge length. there are well over $100,000,000 1
IdtnHty of letter writers il held in strictest confidence. ee a r dll0 0 a
This newspaper assume no responsibility for statements as epualtn worth of U.S. military cntractse
amed letters from re rstibeing handled by such Red- bay*
So When I first exposed this while
TEXAS GIANTS covering Rome last July, the Pen- ** ie
tagon, thi State aept. and the litica
Just to let some of the employes of this cheap Texas Giants Foreign Ooperations Administra- at t\
tfit know the scoop on this fine big company that has millions tion's old hands got together and the
Dollars backing it, but with no feelings to go with it. Jointly denounced the stories. toe
0 They give their employes the cheapest and sorriest housing I had pointed to ohe friendly fac. pu
t'y could dfind (no grass huts were available). The wages are tory, the Bombrino, Parodi and at
lowest in the Zone, and the men donate two hours daily De fino chemical and explosive
ijehrig to and from work, not to speak of the risk they take works, the largest plant between
sthe hill slaving for the Little Giants. Rome and Naples. I reported that Th,
; A good example of the appreciation a man gets for his ef- *this plant needed U.S. contracts to Be
41orts, after being injured in a dynamite blast, is to be fired for keep employing its full comple- k |l4
no reason at all and rehired when his services are needed, not ment of staunch ly anti-Communist notnd
once but four times. and pro-U.S. workers. The Gov. and
Another instance eof consideration is when a man is seriously eminent "team" said the firm had ica,
p'ected to keep his family on $35 a week from the insurance, Obviously this was untrue. Some b
aSa)htag from the company. weeks ago Dombrino, Parcdi and this
When he asks for more money to live on, he is refused on the Delfino was forced to lay off OO ocrat
Vunds that it wasn't set up in the Dallas office. To add insult workers. They needed those jobs by a
S injury; he is accused of hurting himself on purpose. badly. Bread doesn't come easy in Sam
The Canal Zone unions had better keep an eye on this outfit. Italy. And the men know that -AServicec.th
ter all if the Texas Giants can get away with paying such low many millions of U.S dollars wee him.
*A ges. maybe the wages here will be cut. paying the wages of Communist di
The remark has been made by a prominent Little Giant, that worker elsewhere. lanYetust after
their employes begged for this job. If such is true, why are they intheof election for e all im- ntayb
quitting Seems like everyone knows the answer, except the into n elect on for the all .
portant shop stewars groupJam
Olinta themselves. AMadTexan (which un t much of the plant). S d er' P talent
!- A ."* *"They WaSoped the Communist Lu
A ticket. Fulw 97 percent of the Sold 3is Pay
SA worked turned out. Joh
nts Char s A nt They not only smashed the Com-rn -ga
MU l miles but they also snubbed a neo- a RUARK Ma
Fascist union by giving It a paltry o Mori
| 254 votes out of 5,000 cast. The --o upon
vote was a victory for the Middle, "Soldier's y" is expression peciallti
Also Ring of Counterfeiters of the road unions which Workwsi e lw hch have enlisted men.e, required to years
Also Ring of Counterfeitemis and or the U.S. cover the actual money a mn last big war, might keep a man ia The way it works today a gen. the t
On the basis of this plant elee- didn't earn for being a warrior, service from preference. Mans- eral makes about as muen money the
L08 ANGELE, Jan. 10 (UP) t play about a college student tion this is exactly the kind of firm It meant various things-perquls- field's idea for monetary simple. as a press agent or a small ad- Johns
tionv an thislybt iexclthkidofr
ret Sertice agents who '.ho poses as a false aunt. which should et our off-shore ties, a right to behave roughly, Inentation would be, as an altear- vertiling agency. We have taken comnm
a performance of ,thel George Lewis, 31, and John procurement orders. It seems to some extra benefits a man who tive, to'surtax c panics pr away all the special altractive Sp e
play "Charley's Aunt" to Roche, 30, were arrested in the me that the money is available, was not betting his life did not ing from defense contracts a touch things, such as the income-tax ex. wine
-No actors said today they middle of the performance and or that it can be obtained by can: recelse. This was supposed to extra, which naturally fetched a emotions, some commissary and the f
ded up all the major agents found $9,800 worth of calling a contract with a firm make up in some manner for the howl. post-exchange privileges, some vol. had a
in a $300,000 counterfeit bad $20s in L is' dressing room. emloying Communist workers. actual cash a professional fighter Then the Montana Senator ut. untary retirement and promotion ed St
utstl were short Nexplnatp for the d I thiis not eindn asn't paid. teeda fine'quote which is not hi aids, some cheaper booze and bet. "1
Se l. l w nlers p ar ae I r tut this I s not being done. The s en as an incentive to I am not quarrlln oer w so thed can tat a bt better o
spectAto merely were given re-'are making a big noise over the Sen. Mike 'Manseld's proposal to If oo can draft men, you can the bell with it, I will take my nies,"
Of. 0,. nS, Inelud- funds t home. cancellation of the 25,000,000 execute a 25percent p s ford afdollarson the same ba J knowho and sell Itelsewhere, enat

MWh i art h n I a cn tlao o tthe$25,0 00,0e0
'am no ton el
Sth a irluspet had near The firstarres was mae iwort o contracts latelast yar. enlispretty ed obviotnia s that the newt It wl give tt army the d s tro at a t better, fo
en into c dy the bg an allas an. 1 when officers pick-But they havergrstopped Why? Justbuild a niversal mingary tra owns the quot e, o Cub ou t T ridiculous when you con.f a
be to determine howd. Pad tter seamen gave nd those two cancellationsbegan icept for one answer the n sis ed proposal to.make rfrd e. te-ir Iot-doll mand a yeat
Sthe ring' 1,000 a i ~Oith. Scott.. break the Comno munists' hold on ought to have the, whack, sal miru twhor service a ummer scond Utenant a be
S ltert sea- Italian workersat lo sof It is very d be an officer of Wl- nke oran ier e se inr- t84 yea thana Boy t cruise or e respoamllioUty than C lea

on J; Curen of t Angeles and i worker ar roop n tor and will be a he membe, hen y d him ar
Sed bout Ry Du2,and of errtSan Ferhancisco rk at which agneto adar ore live t operate Where we've msed t before I am givintm all mor verge
rth o thp on bills Agents said they arrested Inan th be a another electric pm t touched W ne briefly the other is that we blow a aount of dough and more the Howe
Pl clnco, on arg ... id n e eld.
th main suspects lad near "S iacisco, on charge cracking of the Italian Communist d0e nitOnH of a gentleman. AndIt eertl
to ustdyhhe*ry is.its

Scirculated. A total pairg as they tried to pass cout ar s ude, ht the Commies hard d istp wonret t b eat on it any money teaching a man the e ol meaning trofy e After from
worth were s ed with erfelt bills in a department tore bo aoucncept of iveralmilitarytrain of alot ofty and t a th oly the resident p- abot

of the cordingtoa prl A sukltcae containing nearly Just these two or ur contract Senator Mansfield's Idea sillif he dut a his country for a hike poaedto -doi fottIltr country Ids a yeas
in $100s, ih tAke money wta t ho n bcausenotur a actor e F a re po l that the armed service is in pay at learning hi know-how work hard In ordrto Iarn how ahead
ad tral fi to pa n s i t a m iAbelt
bandty were e woith heteint beos a rdar ent btore e b en oun reteivthe ome. te i is
ad bet gtot l he se t he. Wesalar ym o t ,erto n 1ne litu "toan53wSwercus.Mmrespoalibilitythan a

,"d. ...ro. .henofL OS roAnge ese andt b1 hnddn
teG iord.ngh tdre A itae. o ig nearly ruenb he a. .ueent owant i fm J er Maseld e .s c ieu er tJIrat ha a
d btee no faeroudtm y w Othe U n. au tsfct l tte c in p e e ore h itl ae

aff t n Fhnte iclc foun -aidtherom agente said o mite r om iat e m t career and Gtould be adopted asa at government expense. Ths fis to dit-and that it, wrthe MoIe Rayi
ir^ later A wtal of pair as they trled 'to pubi-cros- in Nles the C Im s L. the a re.er i t wenre made saton it any money teahin amant ofhcers, nec old meaning of 8co iedi la Ae r fromW Dem

woth were seized w ith eoter members of the ring In anti.Commun ion, led by my attractive. Extra money, an e oicearski have to eato ans we a sdtract. thte, only thin -
Sft, het opar e Asin to a t ae otakiing nthe i shore irocurem contracts rcm ao'eo o ie odharty,
n ts.a$ aorn aspect. 0 I, ounterfeit moneyy rWar the Uitbecause Its factoriarors or e o A * r Fion
Steertanr,. hb d Wouldbeaote das a g rie, rn t e I dwnTtb aln
il a San Franc or tmro.om,. agents sa d.b i ommiedominated. Pend-ate m dts e i l ,e rayb
AI So tfre4 aSa "ret- tortes. O ur friends even gained r arinflu. eet iima fc Ik iltow J mo
B u tSt n at'ednsous to o hdentydtou _le-cro nce- In Italy's Lthe I.SL., the aond. heat.
Ann in gio h chool ephe11rkhrd ol.members of the ring Inotanti-Communist union, led ty y tractive. E x t ira money&hisbofics'h toeat-a welr t ract a 9
brmt A n Wssen0tialbCont Ar nateles byw 1 .tak.oing the $100,- friend Signor Fastore, hs i. n- party.

r. C m u i t P r h c,1t d o v e r to J u v e n ile1co u r t 1u 2Whse a ts b e h in d .e. .r_ I n a d v e r l v w se It M r D o, a ad J Ubl e

experienced bank teller the Sesto S. Giovanni Section ol betwe
were printed bY Glen- How TRUEp Mulan, especia y in the Important WASHINGTON- (NEA) be much less discussion and much Action. Instead of this, they have Fu
ihIldt, 29, without the i HARTFORD Ccnn PTT) .sVA ; ctricai works 'n.i Comi --Though there has been consid. more harmony of action beside Increased it. October mllkproduc- mittel
xn state, Mrs. Edward N. Allen, told Fiat aircraft lant inTu, abd tuin bse ss a new Depat- was o 1 ce ood wea there poe
d w hs partner AIn the e ica ,, durable pressure to pt 'the U.S. wthe trouble the committee would tion WaS er cent f -at
al d ca n $2900 awfully hnar to talk in front of^ worry so much, i' c ntinued operation sengeri thicre es. wth
of bills in a tavellng one's husnl d." An, r i Th te s unmistakable. In oIts Nm a auc d M oten Rasleino the oione of t sreset S t resw was e the r
rn d te crtain sai, "YuD..r v uis 'tuine rt h S ts tn nr rdutW eo th oh vrnuu iter ...
..... ___.- ... _____...._--_.... *labor elections in factories ofall Navy recently advertised for official, can remember. O the -immi,
*- .- type. .throughout Italy, the anti- bds to supply 2500 tons of resins side, he runs a' little farm down Top budget bureau officials in ment
w : 1-- Anawer te PtiZft t for them r firstme. hns wine power going into paint manfacture. This near Warrenton, Va., and he sing the Eisenhower' administration This
Bs- r tcklirfll'ei R~i fr m illl che are .omu nisty- labor was said to be enoUgh to leep the a oo .teno, accompanying him-. have been exceedingly coy about is aln
D -,,,,,,, t,, j ealaa4.11 ctadfie are d "sturbed. The rank two pait (actorles going for a selt with a.mean guitar, granting intaljVlews, but they may liberal
oi:- ________ I g MirMMffitirl WW N eaen the gngto .Tl"^0 rryear. As if to make sure that there The other day Chauncey -.no- be loosening up a bit under the "sera-
A0M038 8a4u ,mmer(- t strong ar .s quads.. would be nO imm diate curtailhg body ever bothers With his other holiday influence .
55 W Famous Communist underground army Of government paint manufacture name came up with a new Ike's flrst budget director Jo.-
SK -- ^ -gl s c ookeepth e worker in liu nhne. g one speclflcaUon in the bids called ong, Which, he has dedicated to seph M. Dodge, held his firsf and
weman 56 s il being 18AfirB bserverfin Romtseeal for delivery of the amrounts his b Setary Humphrey. It's only press conference two years .
ma|twlnan 7 We.i..ll l ng tius A sL eofter Wersin m, .. se within 14 days. a parody on Carol Chaming's ago, Just before the Eisenhower
5man di awt o- timpo ra one ov The onesls m u s t Under House Government Op- 'Wonderful Town" song hIt administration took over. It
,,ame of ora 5 e ti ns Coimattee pressuredur- "Ohio," Humphreys home atate, wasn't too sucesesful. There was
SlIte- .t DOWN 8-hor is thenackboe of. te Itulan down tis paint manufacture "from aM. A. Hanna Company. This is It: in advance the 19S4 budget -inc
tf,,,,- Iokr S t t In 1 l' ,wX ; _which ~oB 150 types to 2g. The 122 dliscn- "Wh .ohl w i evdr ldave sage, at wh/eh Mr. Dodge and hi

W" 04truct .Ndevic 8rabuloa ) Any crackm o of rth e t b avy atlcki to its 28 types because to roam? question s. .
spnlts 23 Tiries .2 ..t.brel, .. Veti.e similar cracking of the Communist nd the chances cf adulteration Of- ol. l.. P. anna. since tali ng over have been con-
*ftildn- Ixpunig 26 Number 41'Aislatants party's p.]olUcall machine, And _U great that i must control ev- Now i'm floating a loan, fined to a couple of speachee and
Lath ) Weatheccks 28 Unclothe 42 A without the Italin C ult'ery step of m anufactr@ to obtain MaMUlg the budget, one of the longest pre releases
1 b') 7Stoehoe 30 Daybreak 43 Victaof party, the Sovietsa strength in reaulred aualltyr. Where does it go. all that douxh? ever isued 88 bit nmaa -

,-ie aint *8Amee-(ab.) (-comb. form) leptroiy a Western Europe will eterorate, Im now big banana explaining the background of the
lAtten ilat 3l ear 45 th arive as will its ability to sabotage f you think history does net But hew I love Hanna. Dixon-Yates contract from the
10 Biblical -84 Apostle 47 Italian city I NATO and our own bases. repeat itself, get a load of this If Hanna will have me I'll go, Eisenhower administration's point
mountain S eFortlcations 48 Raced So, how about a little more ac. Item from the Wilmington, Del.. Back to O-H-I-O, Ohio." of view.
eal fW r IIticn out -of the Pentagon State Courier of Dec. 15, 1854 just 100 Secretary cf Agriculture Ezra
Dept. team? If the cancellation of years ago: Taft Benson must report to .the On Dec. 81, however, Director
S" -- just two contracts could start such CONGRESS: This body will new Congress, soon after it con. Hughes invited *le ress regulars
I an anti Communist heat wave, scarcely get to work before the venes, on new alternatives for the who cover the Budget Bureau to
just think what we could do with Christmas and New Year holidays Ipresent dairy products price-sup- ceme in and have a cup of coffee
the junking of a score of such are past. The members require port program. This is one of the with him at noon, so he could
orders. What are we waiting for?t a little time to mature their prcpo- toughest assignments ever handed wish them a happy New Year.
mrmn (Copyright, 1M4 sitions and exchange opinions .. the Department cf Agriculture. The btion was whether this
Post-H.all iyleatoe, la.) Ware they more careful in this When dairy price supports were was significant or just seasonal?
particular and to get their bills cut from w to 15 per cent of But the reporters all wished Mr.
proper thape befo presenting parity, it was though dairy farm-.Hughes a "moderately progress.
S them to the Houses, there would ers would cut dowd on their pro- sive" .New Year, too.


r I L of

fAS TNIconse th rvat isevs les
:ajertea f SiiRs u- of May rand, Je r of imaitgaa
a and the Demoeratsall of whm voted for McCarthy
prehair w ilnptl d Pd Ps conservative Democrats Eas
presidentialR1and of Mississpifl And rVcCl4Ilem
the RepuiC.A n Mw itt of Arkansas, whi- ul t
bt*en pro-Mc e ,inthe 6publcans on liQ matte
natives A nd t ow*, To this coneriva i u
s, continue toio .Lyndon Johnson proposes Addti
seriously hurt theV r his Texas colleague, Prie, Din
i wise leadership cano' w wanted to vote for MCa
k warring factions to ad Who, votes Republican I rS
1 g soMe tha he dots Democre, and wt i
Wil e brilhier. exa s oil lobby than
some respets the Dem rl I Itelf,

to focus enough attention onae bap ed o
shower mistakes to supply po-shg on thae Judclaryd Comitte
al afnmnition for 16, ydtand having far more aeniorl
he same time not overshoot than Price Daniel, should e
mark. If they re too beUlg*r- titled to the post.
too unfar in their attacks, But Johnson and some sof er
* reaction may be the sam Democrats are a ainst
ifter the oeis agedd he exetise that he liar'ta laen,
bullyr M3g7e E Trt Tm T6re is no rule thAt i&1A
swung AN to llic11i in 18. of the Judiciary Comiol 6.-
me Re atb*be a lawyer but the'
, also ace the horts are using this as aa
g their t4 9ment to bar Lehman, des:tse
X 't sears fat that is J66g-t4 0%W
wounds ofofth New o ork, he pae i
ofev Dxerat revolt against new laws prbb '1
ity Northerners. any othhr man *amys timeo
the House of RePresentattves
ill not be too dflt. Drm-I ABSENTEE STERING
s in the house wi be eN COMMITE ge
stute elder-statesmlmn Spe r
RaybuDae Both w otie ra udUnder Senate rules, the Demo.
hemn Democrats illf wcratic Steering Committee is, sup
the Senate, unity will be more to decide these things. But
ult, though the mana Sam meet. Lynn doesn't dot l
urn raised asu a callow oung that way. When meeangs ar
esmo 'from Txus, t ny that way. Lyn nmeeni .
son har somwn toa debates start; and Lyndobn
tson thas shown F reterka in quiet,. one-man rMe.gw M
party, toether. pons is that' senator Clemnt
the Me irthycensure debate o K tucky, the Democratic wip,
lined u eve Demorat telep ones teering Committee
s McCaryHe i members and says: "How do you
6 peaea sWlThenll ae W feel about putting George mt t
e, the Oregon independent, ers on interstate comI ree M,
whose vote the Democratc erybod seems to be for Geoe.
i'tty la ely depends. Two I it right with you?"
Ti a o lorse was thorn of And the senator who I' qu"e
nitt assignments, dopte not wanting to be against dood-
Lreleu campa he m George Smathers in variably does
Democrats. But this year what leader Lyndon wants. d
0on has promised him the Two years ego, Lyndon 4 d
ittee assignments he wants. make quite a for his Te
making in Austin, Texas last colleague, 'Price Danoei 'i, Who
r, Senator Morse referred to moved heaven and earth to be o
act that the Lone Star state the Interior Committee. of
no representation in the Uni- "I've ot to take care of n,
ates Senate. T acs ague,'Lyndon told e-
en of yo senators; Pfrce wi o ats wi thope m o.1 ea
he said, "while the other 1 my coing up down Ie.
or, Lndon SJohnson, speaks p a co p down h re. .
trin hlm n ."per 41 d Sen. Price Daniel the
e w an lot of trth in that ratIc Interior C r n
meat.last- year. For UP Untilher helped put
rexas primary, Lyndon Johii- 1flands Oil bonns&
4 _Se cDemocrats a f ow he ontsoh -
Al was his l in tO9aw_4'
wandithe i

term tuelud under Bg t ea, rep r t
Lyndon h a) lot more ldr o~ncernd rer
rhip. In fc, e1 atoN ty other, and ar
lre sTkilled A In u din iS- SO ttaDanielent m, .
at factions to ull toge er. e u cary Cootte.
ver,. Ithe handsome senator It will be lteresting to le
Texas still semi worried the suave young Tezas iealea -
Texas Republic ats; also dles this first test of bhl i ht
Tendency to put himself out leadership.
i of elder statesman Sam NOTE-Sen. PrieDasladel is i-y
urn, of Adlal Stevenson or evolved in a swap plan whereby he
cratic Chairman Butler as would go back .to Texas and run
spokesman for the Democratic for governor while Governr hl
t,,- A would rlaSe him in tha"sen-

it test of Johnson's ability to ate. Despite this he still demands
ain Democratic harmony will a place on the Judiciary Commt'
making new committee as. tee.
ents to the powerful. Senate.
iary Committee., This unds SP 'TS
i trivial problem but mixed jrwi1 I u
it is the old basic battle BREATH ADVICE
en Texas Republicrats and GENEVA N. Y. -(UP)-- You
ern Democrats. \ don't have to be "riled" to have a
hermore, the Judiciary Cornm lubricated br e a t h. Optical re
e, which handles 43 per cent searchers (Shuron Co.) here say
Legislation passing through breathing on eyeglass lnses pro-
enate, is one of the most tects them during wiping. The
ful on Capitol Hill. It has 11 moisture acts as a film to preveit
ate subcommittees dealing scratches from dust and other map
almost everything affecting trials.
nation, from juvenile delin- --
y. monrnoly, alien property, LINCOLN, Neb.- (UP) -Kril
al security, spies, to patents, Kristjansn, agricultural eeonom-
iration, private bills, govern- les professor at the University of
claims, a so on. Nebraska said 18 per cent of No-
3 powerful committee today braskas farmers have a n6t in-
most evenly divided between come of less than $1,000 and 54
In and pt.h rM"'. -".t nr cent have a net income of less
Lives. On the pro-McCarthy, than $3,000.


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Istuer a '-t been a kawdi&
cap t ls career. Stietly ,vice

"' ee .wanted to change
Sam' to soeotldag ace nad m -
fluo." Art spys. I ink it was
'Warren Stevens' or something
like that. Then I realized that
f4 f. V. Kalteabrn was get-
ting along all right with his name,
Ssq-I kept.my own. And it's been
a help when people learn it,
they don't forget it. Sometimes,
though, they mess it up pretty
badly -.one lady came up to me
after a show and called me 'Mr.
ArOe 'haw is talking about
if I do," Artle says "vi
Write onder another name. I don't
* feel It would be honet to an
my ewp."
Opera vs the stage: which takes
the most actng kill?
CCNare lepi considered a mo-
ment. Siep, the Met's great basso,.
is 6ne of opera's most gifted ac-
tors as well as being probably
,he lhandsomest opera star in cap-

S 1T E VE ALLEN ("Tonight,"
NBC-TV:. after a guest said he
watched the show "religiously"):
You mean. ,n your knees? Don't
you have any, furniture?

'There are differences," he said.
'a- & legitimate stage you can
turn your back on the audience,
whisper, pause for effect do
ny thing you like.
"ut an opera is like a ma
ehi ..-Ie munce governs your
aetons. The urie keeps going
so ye cannot pause. And you
must think of acoustics. people
come 4o hear the singing. Yen
may be supposed to e singing to
meone behind you, but still you
must face the audience when you

ter s a de o urri U. S. Economists Request

utai four hours later. Tw f W it tIe popular111
the trip to safety he le Free Trde WithCommunists
n shoe. All were recovered the l ,AllErE IMITIN'S lrchestr

"swb find as girl whoandthey tryfo a nl t nations "except or that Truck, president of MacAlester
.a hoff as Anaseaia, the Tt's dY Jt.0itted category of goods whose College, and Socialist Norman MRT rIi
S ter. Accord to r he dpfent would clearly have a Thomas. LA VISTA
4.q^i^ escaped the Red firing uaud.- ultistantial adverse effect onour tpen g Tirghc pein oh e LLAceTe 'A
The girl really. biuives she is military position." The letter said political asso-
Anastasia. And ether she is or nation with other nations "can-
she isn't makes a melodrama of The citiUzens Conference on In- not exist without economic coop-
the first order. Anasastia (?J i ternational Economic Union, eration and tolerance."
pla ed by Viveca Lindlers who headed by Louis H. Pink, also The tuition today, "calls for
mak es her alternately a consump. pro ed that the United States Thesetcontod ay o bl
es. It is a sunningperformance, to atio erconmctoe ce Back from a most successful season In Peru, Clarence Martin's now,

"TV oddities Hdegarde9s been d andceserteconmi rea -de n uceo enlarged orchestra Is again playing their wonderful brand of music for
on the glass screen twice, but her tionships throughout the world. ter continued. "Such" a course
banue -hief have been on a dok- "Economic cooperation be-willstrngthen us, strengthe dining and dancing nightly atop El Panama.
i Spyq I eUn e -- yoentimes. She collects ankles tween East and West does not ouenro allies and help reduce thei
N.ownedby famous people (Mane promise, large material advan- tensions which keep our civiliza-
Antoinette, Queen Vira ad tages in the near future, but it tionncton"stant peril of self-
from an acting standpoint such-lke) and these have been Is In harmony with our philo- C M 3a 16
alonthe stage- is easier? shown on televised fashion sOwi. sophy and our principles a n d The conference said it felt the Ca Max 3-1660
e not entry. There are .. Bill Cullen, who finished off a will materially strengthen our United States should take ative for reservations
some Ze things about acting in g ear of commuting between New allies, whose economic welfare is leadership of any movement to
prie, say in 'Anpda.' All you do i "Place the Face' togrm. urity." the conference said se u te ne gop om e to
stand there. That is easy. And the red up that his plae are hfor a statement. The new agency should be o-
music helps you sometimes yo the52weeks cane to more thane ink and other members of pen to all nations, and would be
always have the music to fall back $16,000 enough to buy his own the conference made their pro- equipped with "the necessary
(EL" plane. _________posals in a letter addressed to machinery to facilitate multi-
Like everything else, then, this SLIGHT OMISSION President Eisenhower and the lateral trade," the conference
question has two sides. So let's NANTUCKET, Mas. (UP) 84th Congress. The signers In- said. It proposed removal of "un- '-A
skip it and get on to another ques- Herman Melville, author of the clued Gerard Swope chairman of necessary" tariff barriers and S
tion, to wit: opera vs. musical American classic ",Moby Dick," the General Electric Co.; Henry ",cumbersome" customs regula- 0W

"In a musical comedy," he
c wedy. WhiToo much wouldrk for the Nntucket F. Grady, former .S. ambas- tons and procedures to boost U.
to do? background never visited the is-dor to Greece; ark M.ElchelS. ports and imports and world o eht s ;
Cesare Siepl considered another berger, chairman of the Human trade In general.

momente. And you a nathe same
acting talevery t. y
"io a musical comedy," het
s i "Y n mst do eiht ws

with so many pretty girls in the
adore musacaln y comedy. I like to t ehu .
f th ings1llike a cgkee you .

Another two-sided question. Any- k su I-r

body got a one-sided question? .
The story of "Anastasia" is a
lhumdo ner. Thia new Broadway
liketoing -IINE
in,9. in..,x s FILTER

NATIVITY PLAY Pfc. Edward Letendre of Panama City (sec-
ond from left), plays the part of Joseph in a recent production
of Steven Vincent Benet's drama of the Nativity, "A Child Is
Born," at Camp Kilmer, N.J. Letendre .s with the Transporta-
tion Company at Kilmer. He is shown comforting Service Club
director Miss Joan Loan, who portrayed the Virgin Mary.

Painter Eisenhower Proves

No Hot-shot Photographer
GETTYSBURG, Pa., Jan. 10 1 Mr. Eisenhower was dressed
(UP) President Eisenhower, an warmly against the near freezing
amateur painter of note turned weather as he spent 1i hours in-
photographer at the weekend and specting the century-old h o u se
snapped pictures of his f a r m and grounds on the 189-acre farm.
home here. It's likely he'll go'He was pleased with the recon-
back to painting. struction job being done on the
The pictures turned out fuzzy farm house.
and a little bit indistinct. The
President took the pictures with 'It's going to be lovely, inside,"
a camera which produced a print- he told reporters. "it could be
ed photograph in about 60 sec- ready in a couple of weeks if we
ends. wanted to rush it."

As he strolled around the
grounds of his farm house on the
edge of the historic Gettysburg
battlefield, he chatted affably
with reporters and phitograph-
First, he took a picture o the
photographers. He got some bad
advice from one cameraman on
that. Announcing it was going to
be a "great experiment, t he
President aimed his camera at
the photographers and said he
was setting the lens opening at
A photographer suggested f 11
to let in a little mere light on
the dray, January day. The pres-
ident changed the opening.
Hid picture turned out a little
over-exposed. Without comment,
be handed the print to the photo-
gra her who had advised him.
Then the President tried t weo
shots of the house from a knoll
about 100 -feet away. The first
turned out fuzzy., as it out of o-
"I'll try again," Mr. Eisenhow.
er Iaid. "Maybe I messed it up."
le checked lens, sped, and
distance settings and had another
try. It was better, but there
wat .much contrast between the
slate roo of the house and the
r suggested a filter.
ndt red hare
m @avid, the PreIden-
i lTthe Caloeths (MD.)
e It s whs e de b pet the
of t is sndeafldren. Bar-
rAM ArS.ead ld, &

He said the inside is practically
finished except for some flooring
and trim work. He expressed con-
siderable interest in the outside
work, including landscaping a n d
te'racing to halt soil erosicn.
The land and buildings on the
farm which Mr. Eisenhower pur-
chased in 1950 had deteriorated.
He voiced interest in restoring
the land's fertility. He said it
probably would be cheaper in the
long runo take his time and do
a thorough job.
On the inspection tour, Mr. Ei-
senhower was accompanied by
two representatives of his con-
tractor and retired Brig. Gen. Ar-
thur S. Nevins, who operates the
adjoining farm.
The President tave the con-
tractor representatives some i-
deas on how he wants the barn
t laid out and some instructions
fr repairing the big re. barn
which has some rotted timbers
and siding.

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Be Heard As Well As Seen i /.

ASHINGTON, June 10 (UP) televised sessions of Congress, as
-Jth 17 women members of well as committee hearings.
t a plan to be heard as she said televised committee
wai seen. hearings during the last Con-
POur newcomers to the distaff gress "caused the people to un-
I on Capitol Hill scarcely derstand the power of the legia-
unpacked their bags before lative branch of government."
y voiced opinions on legisla-1 Outnumbered in the House 9
they'll support. The fact'to 6, the Republican women
all four are Democrats as- claim a strong voice In the Sen-
them a majority audience. ate in Mrs. Margaret C h a s e
They're going to push for such Smith of Maine.
Ss public power and fed- Mrs. Smith, re-elected to a sec-
aid to education. One said ond term last fall, said she's
.11' Introduce a bill to permit working on several pieces of leg-
eed sessions of Congress. Isolation and expects to talk a-
:Two of the new members- bout them at the proper t4me.
Mrs. Coya Knutson of Oklee, In the House, Republican wom-
Bn., and Mrs. Irish Blitch of en may look to their Democratic
eorgia, only Southerner in the sisters for support on some meas-
rup--are out to junk the flex- ures of their own."
farm support price program Mrs. Frances Bolton of Ohio-
acted by the last Congress in returning for her ninth term-
vor of a rigid 90 per cent crop has a measure under study to
>Apport plan. provide equal pay for men and
women in the same job. She
Mrs. Knutson, whose victory thinks this should get support of
.*4 Republican incumbent Har- women on both sides of the
old 0. Hagen swung her state aisle
tato the Democratic column, is The Ohio congresswoman ex-
gunning for a seat on the Agri- pressed pleasure at the record
culture Committee. She said that number of women in Congress
because of high production costs, but said she "regrets very much
farmers "can't hold their heads that more of the Democrats
above water unless they get a 90 aren't from the South."
per cent support price." New York Republican Kathe-
Mrs. Edith Green of Port- rine St. George believes the num-
land, Ore., has aligned herself ber of women in Congress indi-
with other Northwest Democrats cates a "definite trend" but she's
In the fight for a high federal "sorry there are no more on our
..dam in the Hells Canyon reach side."
of the Snake River. She is interested in a pay
She pointed out that the raise for federal and postal
Northwest has no coal mines and workers but thinks a postal rate
that federal power is a must for hike should be in a separate bill.
ie industrial growth of t h e 0 t h er congresswomen are
ea. Gracie Pfost (D-Ida.), Margue-
irite Stitt Church (R-Ill.), Cecil
VtA former Salem schoolteacher,,M. Harden (P-Ind.), Edith
Urs. Green said revenue from Nourse Rogers (R. Mass.), Ruth
ldolands oil should go toward Thompson (P-Mich.), Ienoir
education and school construc- Sullivan (D-Mo.), Edna F. eKI-
AJlon. ly (D-N.Y.), Vera Buchanan (I-
Mrs. Martha Griffiths of Cich- Pa.), Elizabeth Kee (D-W.Va.)
Igan, once a criminal court and Elizabeth Farrington, Ha-
1uadge In Detroit, said she plans wall's non voting Republican
to introduce a bill authorizing delegate.
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New Orleans Service Arrive ,
S.S. "MARNA" ...................................Jan. 12
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ....;..................;........ Jan. 15
S.S. "MABELLA' .................................Jan. 20
*S.S. AQUE ....................................Jan. 22
S.S. "MORAZAN"...............................Jan. 29
S.S. "LOVLAND" .................................Feb. 2
S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ........... Feb. 3
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ...........................Feb. S
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New York Service Arrives
S.S. "COMAYAGUA" .............................Jan. 10
S.S. "LIMON" ....................................Jan. 16
S.S. "COPAN" .................................. Jan. 21
S.S. "AVENIR" .................................. Jan. 23
A. Steamer ............. ................ ...... Jan. 24
S.s. "TRAJAN" ..................................Jan. 29

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristotal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ....................$. 240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ....$270.00
To Seattle ...................... $365.00



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the box nu mbees GI aily In "sM.
Sal and Otl'ewki, or diverlad
by hand to theoffice. Notices et
meetinm as ca ae be accepted by tel*.
5 phone.
On AW lansMe We,
The meeting of the Atlantic
*i ]Branch of Local 5W Na equal Fed-
-- ation of Fedal ars, U
be held tomorrow atthe h ks
SLoge in Criste a1 a 7:30, p.im;,

The Washington Cotillion Club
will hold a regular Board Meet'e
AS' SOWa V I lDA, [h ti heoFranc i Reck.man of n Pne ing an Thursday, at the home of
~at' MeW h0ose ofX tUe Ing htsuof Columbu s a Mr.ia t tog omS o tbse 11, Lake.
* e ribbon taHmboltse .the openftg aof the buit I view Ave. Gat, t 7:30 pin.
r 4the Arch 'r ABau bib tshop are Budl a70
= PWM hM to, John (Old Ironlega), Grand Knight Wil- M Bar circle
Sm Bowm.1, William Weter id Lous Poletti. Circ e Meet tWeda la
The Mary Bartlett Circle ot the i
-- Gamboa Union Church will meet
SOT CTIV d at the home of Mrs. J. R. Campbll1
81OLE. S OPN C OF ATIRAIOA on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. Her
now MM N- BMC R .. olob a quarters are No. 126-B on Seib-
The lmadgate Celmbue of the faelfle Side of the Canal ert Avenue.
te b w sga In" ustrdayf for a large cocktaBl-buttet Mrs. Hanniga. will give t h e
U, tai tle e m elam be and aidq iMrters blla l devotionals.
or e s eMM I at theme j with La e ead, in Ball a. This is the first meeting of the
-_ t iwalt fMov tes, th Most aev. tPaul 9sen a year, and the new program for
Sthe epubAmes of Panams ad Costsa fes, coming deaths will scussed.
i Sd the mi. See _and ee g a shbet talkM. s
c wt eFlaog Nes or onf amn blessed the fIeaalf 4 oBee C eowent
seeon luelde ffeaIS of the nanama eet- Weeosdiay
t s ea o t o CNo 4 GoFaum ent and theis ars, he La Beca civic coun il wil
dWiEUml1, ,hold a special meeting on Wednes-
A- ]day at the high school study hall
commencing at S:00 p.m., for the
nama Colombia and Ecuador, purpose of discussing recent dev-
'lev a l sRemon has and ars. Brynolf mog left by elopients on the housing sltua-
to r private G residence place yesterday for lsogta after tion.
o. 1 at g nad Streeta, Bella a visit of several weeks.
sta o where she is it home to The occupants of houses 0t90,
hMfieanda between 4 and 6 p.m.. Hotel Guests 900, SOX S, 1053 and 1054 are
IAmong recent guests at Hotel especially invited to attend.
Ansakhador df the Domini- Panamahtt in Bbqutte were Mr. A short musical program will
cg &e Mrs. Nestor Con- and Mrs. John Palmer and Mr. be the featured entertainment. All
tid AViot hve moved to No. 4, Frank L. Boeoek and his son, all other La Dcca residents will be
AMei, .N ,vrrM Street, in, El of Puerto Armuelles. welcome at the meeting.
Cangrejo. a" -
- .. Magruders Arrive Vesper Circle
rtivals Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Magrud- Meets Thirsday
'e9mptsela General of Pana- er arrived in Panama City last The Vesper Circle of the Gam.-
-a obqrtj Heurtematte has re- week. He is a Panagra represent- boo Union Church k-will meet on
e td na eth capital .ty after active. Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the resi-I

ho l iabonoa wiap s wii - --
..\ ir mgn.. nuBirthday Luncheon
I." A 4. The seventh birthday of Barba-
e -a--- Ambalade 'Ar- ra Jean Nash, young hdaugbter of
i- go Gooal Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nash 6f
Tml .rbm a 1 As At. th Ala*tic Side, was observed

Sanftigo. Miss Meriand Leaves
After spending the holiday with
r parents, M. ad Ms. G 01
*acte nd of Cristobal- Mia Mu-
The Wahingto Cowih ClUjriel Morland has returned to New,
vill bold n Informal Dance at,York.
Brpoa Brook Gelf Club on Satur-
lay frdm 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. On Business Trip
T)a royal. Sultans will furnish Mr. Timothy Woodruff of Bella
ltb'uixuc. Vista has left for Santiago, Chile
S. ----- on a business trip.
Swedli- MInter --
stUr T Colokbli Birthday Party
he Minister el Sweden to Pa- Susan Baigelman, -the seven-
year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Baigelman of Colon,
was honored Thursday at a birth-
OlI$ ~law s Str day party given by her parents.

jlob -d +BE ugi i vuai Shown

S iM Cal. In SbacS, Wheal
o LAd camC* t A1 10'EUP).
"--Oakina p0ollp today search h H
ed $or a man wearing a leather P Co- s ri ..
I wiH slugged and robbed'
=ernmubonally known tennis WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (UP)
#W,_ 40an oa aey last night [--Bpa' of American f a r m
a left he lyig uc nscousIcop mbd cent InOc-
Sacant lot In an exclusive real- I tober to the highest monthly
pient Srl hu.i.- .l - -- total since December 1952, the
mIss B osd -yar ld icultue Department report-
Btitlsh-born tennis ase, told po- It said that after an Agat
e she w attacked nd ,, eptember lull, toberex-
lot-with. snhe tead a idnor climbed to 315 million dol-
ff s to ep 1 ,te s dat e ar, up 30 per cent from the
t a, tf ri n. correspe0sidng month a year
-The teS star was % Ua"yearlier and the highest since
Mr MarySpencer, who heard the3 M3 milon worth of far-m
the youngwman's cries r proIdu-t shipped abroad 22
her dog. The report showed impressive
0h haosdl iy, l at in th gains for major export crops--
1am"lbhnaiw on she up- .cott wheat, Ua tobacco. Thk
--"e,. ,d4 l cover commercial slle
e se asm ei ns the ha- we as commodittes moving
tonal doubles enMs cliamplon- fr -tefirst
sh ^ told Poice he ath st e 10monthsof last year were up
thofie ght ofthemaOcbutol
w wais w hit h 5 pe rcent from the same pei
S clasU -clr she c. od The report predicted.
21" to am iatus tes mm ahe total eorts for 154 might ex-
facts- tat her. asuoit a at a s i195 *e3.'
man-d .an wearing a leather Cotton exports. which levelled
jaMket oe *fl l t ahmad moO. bales in
M Wse hON ein la the b Auer anda beptember shot up-
ad r t-a -' mhe vat lot Wl eat In October to
:w.t a ma, s uruck her should- 5 pe ct a Oco ber mt
er.g'. turafu to strike back and mb^ alm0 la.ceThemrre
4hU In O etI lu mi OW If m The rim
t* 10 bhit O iiAer tI0 ihI'efaMe itstepped up sales to the
wit "a--mg ... When.. .'n ih- mFrains ce, west
eanS m O W4Om and taly, with Japan
imlittor, -hi*-srhe was din
lyftW. -s_ .0"on t jt im. 1 --. -ts, r-a 9 il
IWO wo taken to &, pas 7S in,'1 SPerot mare
SafeaX-Rays show- ai aalB The 45 mAu-
Sadno serious Injuries. n moved o I
UM BRomndlUey, who works as 10S0.06- sry1
a "ales girl In an Oakland dn- - "ISOtLAcMco. tha
pajteuteptom g- ceto IMtebut f3r's diy in her-
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Wniliamsen Avenue, Mrs. G. T. IT..LL
Drel, Jr., will give the deve- R UW OSa IL l
The program for the c*imlng
yayrvW be discussed d d R d

Of Bab IvDlce
-- .. CUERNAVACA, Mexico, Jan.
10--(UP) -The intricate marital;
past Barbara Hutten was snarled
today when Cuernavaea court em-.
ply es could find no record of her
F usm Nvo y divorce from her fourth husband!
Prince Igor Troubetsoky.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad. Attorneys for the present hus-
Jan. 10 -(UP) The command- band, Porflrio Rubirosa, who ini-
er of the U. S. Naval Base here tiated the search for the docu-
has apologized to the Triniadad ment, immediately pressed civil!
government for an incident ina court Judge Julio Zarate Reyes
volving two cabinet ministers, it for an official statement that no
was reported today. record of the divorce existed.
Health Minisler Norman Tang Court officials speculated that
and Education Minister Roy Jo- the Dominican' sportsman, who
seph a sad a formal complaint walked out on his 42-year-old mil-
that a U. S.- Navy launch "deli- lionairesa bride water 73 days of
berately swamped and endanger- marriage, might claim their mar-
ed" another launch in which both rage was not legal.,
ministers were returning from a -Rubirose, who reportedly cost
visit to te CCarrears island pris- the "poor little rich girl" $1,000,-
, off T sIIdadA. 000 during their brief marriage,
The complaint said the Amer. has announced he wants to bei
Ican laiKch sudde.y altered its free to wed Hungarian actress
course to within a few yards of Zsa Zsa Gabor.
the ministers' craft apt switched However lawyers who acted
on Its powerful searchlight on it. for Miss iutten in the action a-
In its apology, delivered against Prince Troubetsky said it
through the U. &. consulate, the was "immaterial" whether the
Nav said "the incideat was vi- original divorce document w a s
tnoliy unavoidable" because the discovered. They said Miss Hut-
ministers' launch "bore no run-tton had a certified copy.
ning lights and only a small white Miss Hutton resumed use of her
hligt which was invisible from the title on a recent trip to this re-
naval craft." Isort town.

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5. American Tradi
TOKYO, Jan. 10 (UP) -
Osaka Shosen Kaisha (OSK)
bounced today plans for the
storing of its Pouth Amer
service by adding two new a
and several converted vessel
The OSK is now operating
exclusive Japan-South Ame r
shipping and emigration ser
The new additions will be
for the company's emigr a t
service in line with the Japa
government's program of inci
ing Japanese emigration to S

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Two exhIbltloni of gatUnfzp
by B. Sturtevant Gardner are
being shown slmultaneuaoly In
the Canal Zone, one in the Civil
Affairs Building and the other
Ihn the gallery of the JWB in *ai-
boa. combined they savor sttog-
ly of the past and the present '
In both subject matter and tech-
nlque, with trends and adapta-
tion of style to the subject.
The Library-Museum' exhibit
is built sound the Panama Ca- .
nal and the panama Railroad ,
Views froi both Canal banks, .
from Quarry Hefghts, the locks .
at. night, the Big Cut, Madden ,n
Dam with the-rushing overflow .. *
show studied work int oils ex- ." :
tending over the years. T he m J
smooth fairly flat technique de- *
pieting the Spillway contrasts *
with he pointil lame used in the '
portrayal ,of searchlights sweep-
ing the sky in quest of planes. A CANAL ZONE ARTIST B.
The different approach shows a Sturtevant Gardner has work
lapse of time as well as a mold- on display both at the JWB-
,in' of the technique to the ma- U80 Gallery and the Canal
teoral, smooth surfaces versus Zone Library-Museum.
atmospheric luminosity.
Nor is the human asde omit- meeting In styles and techniques,
ted. A truckload of laborers of her work has been well receiv-
blending nationalities remind ed in New York and has been
of the manpower that went shown as far south as Peru. A
Into the Canal, still being nee- member of the Woodstock Art-
estary, colorful and rugged. Ists .Assn., the American Artists
In the R.R., exhibit, water- Professional League, the Ameri-
colors, brush drawings, and a can Association of University
block print touch a few of the Women, the artist has kept a-
present day features, with little breast of the times.
change either in the R.R. or the
style She organized the art in the
Additional watercolors present ,Canal zone schools in 1930 and
both glamor and Isthmanian organized the Canal Zone Art
problems. A spray of orchids, a League in 1940. The mural in
cluster of yellow shower from the _Bishop Morris Hall in St. Luke's
tree, a monkey on a banana Cathedral in Ancon was painted
branch, a vista of bluegreen wa- In1944 by Miss Gardner.
ter, thick jungle, fill in the lore Having taught in the Canal
and legend of life with the Pan- zone Junior College and both
ama canal. High schools, her students are
The JWB Gallery sponsored scattered over the Western He-
by the Canal Zone Art League misphere and her interests are
has flower compositions, international.
sample scenes of Haiti and
Costa leRica, a Chfriqul Indian
head, and prnla io vary the
diet of aesthete taste. But the
"piece de resistaee" Is the ell s
in contemporary style, rich ton
color and arrestftg in design.
A room could be designed a-
round It. This exhibition will re-
main through Jan. 22nd while
that in the civil Affairs Build-
ing will extend till the end of r
the month.
Miss Gardner who studied in
Europe as well as New York,
Chicago and San Francisco is
well known in art circles and
teaching circles on the Isthmus. i
She has spent 25 years painting
in- the Central American area as
wqll as South America. Experi-'

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The contemplated new s h i p s
will be the name, as the company's
existing 10,100 ton Brazil Maru
with a capacity for 900 passen-
gers. Their construction will be-
gin in April and is expected to be
completed in time for the coming
into effect of the government's
1955 emigration program.
Schedules for conversion i n to
emigration ships are the 8,800 tonl
La Plata Maru, now under con-
struction in the Mitsubishi ship-
building yards under the govern.
ment's 10th shipbuilding program,
and the 9,347 ton Takasago MarU,
in moth balls in the inland sea.
Four more vessels including
the 9,322 ton Mexico Maru, pres-
ently on the company's J a p a n-
New York run, are also slated
for conversion in the future.
The plan also calls for the or-
ganization of an airline, to be
called the Japan-Latin American
Airline. The airline will' charter
two planes to carry 3,000 Japa-
nese emigrants to South Amer-
ica annually.
The 08K is now operating three
emigrant ships on its South A-
erican line, the Brazil M a r u,
Africa Maru and America Maru
with a capacity of transporting
4,500 emigrants yearly.
The planned new additions are
expected to boost the total capaci-
ty to 12,000 during 1955.

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Santa Clara.d Box 435, Bolbo&6. 994
FOR SALE:-Daveno-couch en- FOR SALE: 1953 Singer car, FOR SALE: Baby play pen, Phone Panam 177, Crsto 462
omel top kitchen table; metal excellent condition. Phone Bal- beautifully decorated (Moiss) bol 3-1673. 7 North-Suth fva
dresser(Quartermaster); 2 twin boo 2-1315, Buzby. youth bed, collapsible bothinette. No-N aE Sot th rio g
dresser ucompleterartermster) Phone 3-3658. Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach ; 16 | 2N.T.oPga
beds complete Quartemsth-Coro- FOR SALE:- 1950 Cadillac 4- Cottages. Modern ednveniences-. N.T. Pa; PI- Pa s
l day Sunday, after p.m. week lent condition. Must sell. Leaving $100. Phone 3-3813. 6-441. -
all day Sunday, after 5 p.m. wee for U.S. Call Balboa 2-3697.
days. FOR SALE FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile There is a ti to k
al FOR SALE:-Coldspot refrigera- FOR SALE:-950Cadillac,Hy- past Santo Clar. Low rates a tim e to keep quiet," P
Is tor $80; Hollywood double bed dramatic, good radio, new bateal Etate Phone Balboa 2-1866. trtt as saying the other day at
s nd spring $15. Ceall Blbo der'sprice. House 53, Cristo- WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach the celebrated Card School, in ew
ck 2870. bal 3-2573. FOR SALE:-Due to trip, two. Cottages-rockgas, refrigeration. York, as I poked my face throu
ion. _____H____Ip______W___d__ bedroom chalet, 2 bathrooms. 2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050. the doorway. I sidled in quiet y
HeIl W wanted Fdliving-dining room, kitchen, and took a seat to listen to ste's
C. lp W ante FOR SALE: -Used crs at in- porch, laundry room. Ernesto T. FOR RENT lecture, very happy to keep et
AMERICAN FAMILY needs maid. credibly low prices. Make an of- Lefevre Avenue No. 86. Phone OR Rwhile Peter spoke. ep quiet
AMReference required. Live In. Pan- fr and t a k e one. PANAMA 3-1028. The text for the talk is shows
reca 2-881Col 8:00 to 5:00.P AUTO Colon. HoS as today's hind. North and South
ama 2-1881. all 800 to 5:00. AT oo, FOR SALE FRolRENT: om have every right to speak up dur.
People needed to elp take cre FOR SALE 1949 Studebaker FOR SALE FOR RENT:-For3months, com- g the bidding, but East shoUd
People needed to Ielp take core FOR SALE: -- 1949 Studebaker 'fortable homet, Bello Vista: Three know enough to keep -quiet.
of the crowds at Curundu Fair, 2-door with overdrive, new point Boat & Motors bedrooms, living room, dining North has a soeepqu
Jan. 14-23. job and seat covers. Duty paid. roo m. Comfortably umished with 15 points opena b
ffMust sell immediately. Call Has- FOR SALE: Launch "Silver Phone 3-5283. is readyth 1 oints In high cards. South
Position ffere tings 3-5752. King" 26', fully equipped. Sleeps is readless y 'to bid tw o nhr
4, A-I condition. See at Gatun FOR RENT: Completely fur- or not Eas
WANTED:- Highly experienced FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet Y.C or hone 5-323 nished 3-bedroom house, swim- bids, since South has 14 points in
WANTED:- Highly experienced FOR SALE: -- 195 Chevrolet or pone ming pool. Golf Heights. Avail- high cards, balanced distribution
S secretary for confidential nd re Power Glide 4-door sedon, cleon. ECCf C able for 3 months. Phone 3- and a stopper in each of the unbid
sponsible position in large Ameri- $950. Phone Clayton 6183. LaJJUf 3069. suits. Thereupon North properly
can firm. Knowledge of Spanish LE S O raises to three no-trumpt
helpful, but no essential. Inter- FOR SALE:-$175, car, depend- LEARN SPANISH by Coevers. aving noted th at North South
testing position and excellent ol- able, excellent condition. For G.. ti.,l method, used succe ssfuav e the rigth to speak, le eeUt
1 ary for rightopplicant. Apply Tel. workingirl, or bush. ,e lover. 2- d oeo,u r I why East should keep quiet. ast
24913 or Box 555, Panama. 2392ater 5:00Tuesday. Taylor. for 15 years. Mrs. Romero, Estu- w
4913orBox555,Panma. 2392ter 500 Tuesdy. Toylor. diante Street 77-A, No. 2. has only 7 points in high eirds
C. TFOR SALE-1950 Buick,.excel Apartments and therefore cannot hope to out-
r^ WANTED FRSAPonLE:- 72950 Buick,.ece W anted to Just bbid the enemy unless West hs
guel Or pE Phone 83-2272, house 2120-A, -------------- modern furnished apartments, 1, case W est can bi his own hand
Ho ues curundu. WANTED TO BUY: Smooih 2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel. without any proddin from East
WANTED TO RENT:-By Amer- FOR SALE:-1946 Hudson four- ti res suitable for reconstruction. Ponm 34941. Itf you can't outbid the enemy
ie con family, a 3-bedroom house door sedan. Phone Balboa 6383 R E C 0 NSTRUCTORA NACIO- P-R n -fou c anay till make a sound de-m
S- in good neighborhood, immedi- until 5 p.m. or Panama 2-5047 NAL, S.A., No. 47 Peru Avenue. FOR RENT:-2-bdroom o apart- env bd f you can indicate a
tistry. ate occupancy or next 3 months. after 5 D.m. Phone 2-0406. ment, living room, dining room, fvorbiipeing euan In this
2011 Phone 3-5158. kitchen. 13th Street Son Fraon- favorable opening lead. in this
M _l____________scisco, Via Porros No. 16. doesn't support an op enig lead
S e r 1 FOR RENT:-Furnished and un- and in fact, West's best opening
Mendes-France Ends Special Troops Continues furnished 2 &4-bedroom opart- A leM s a heart rather than a spade.
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart- To sum up, East cannot hope to
m.ents, 10th Streqti Phone 1386, outbid the enemy and can only
Vacation; Heads Unbeaten Pace With Two oconfusehis partner in the choice
FlCORREN. : oOf the best opening lead. Hence
S i FOR RENT: -Two-room aD rt- the overcall cannot do any real
f TalksIn Ital ment, ground floor, "Rivieraw' good.
SV O v r W weekend Building. Coll 2-1661 during of- Now let's see what harm is done
N E Iy a 1 ) ctor ever W ee kend fice hours.___ by the overcall. West leads the
French Premier Pierre Mendes. 10 (- o FOR RENT: Nicely furnished six of hearts, the best lead regard-
France ended a three-day vaca- special Troops continued its nine and walk four Sunday. apartment, including refriero- lays low from the dummy and
ton today and headed for talks unbeaten pace in the Panama The Troopers, meanwhile, were parlor dining room, bedroom, dror in. his own hand with the
with -Italian leaders on 70' major Area Armed Forces baseball play getting to Claytn ace Dave tcen $55 Apply 112 Va Be ine.He now knowns that Weit ha
Issues of the day.. over the weekend but the Troop- King slowly. Lou Buttice, Troops nsario Po'ros, near Roevelt the king of heartsto,
Mendes-France and hl w if e rs couldn't stretch their league catcher, hit through the box to Theater. Declarer leads a diamond to
left the fishing village of Posita- lead over Albrook AFB, still two open the ffith with the first dummy's ace (the correct safety
no S30 miles south of here, at games out. safety off King. Mike Rivera's FOR RENT:-Second floor apart- play in case East has the single-
10:40 a.m. They racked Fort Kobbe, 4-2, infield out and singles by Vic ment in house of wooden con- ton king), gets back to his hand
They were traveling in a car of Saturday, and brushed off Fort Haddock and Moe Mirman pro- struction Vi Porrs No. 151. th the f spaces, and leads
S the French Consulate of Naples, Clayton Sunday, 4-0. Meanwhile, duced the runs. Rental $65 per month. Apply to another diamond towards the dum-
preceded by a motorcycle police Albrook 'was busy keeping stride Rivera led off the Troopers' House No. 15, 17th Street, San my. West naturajy plays low, and
escort and followed by a caravan by tipping Clayton, 6-4, Satur- seventh with a hit and came a- Froncsco, puth hasup t oe ueen or duck
of newsmen and photographers day night to take second place round on a stolen base, a wild If there has bee no defensive
who dogged their every footstep and by racking Army Atlantic's pitch and Bob Mayer's ground FOR RENT: For one month, bidding, South's percentage play is
at Positano. winless A's Sunday, 12-11, in a out. starting January 20, nicely fur- to put up dummy's queen of dia-
Mendes-France is lunching with thriller. Each team collected five hits. nished 1-bedroom studio apart- monds. Then he would lose two di-
80-year old Italian President Lui- Coco Solo dumped the A's Sat- Over at Albrook's Beam Stadi- ment. Phone 3-0679 after 7:30 amond tricks, and the contract.
S gi Einaudi at the Villa revioseberry the urday, 13-4, and the Navy's tilt urn, the Flyers wiped out a six- p.m. But if East has foolishly bid spades
in Naples. They will review the on the Atlantic Side with Fort run deficit with seven scores in sh south should credit him with the
world stuaton althou g h the Kobbe Sunday was postponed by the sixth, two on Herb Boetto's FOR RENT:-Modern unfurn twish- mission ings and ho duck
ored Premier'se at h hte r.. r ,i ro Tom b the secondM round of diamonds.nshuduc

rowmornines n ot start until tomor Ko damon Arook piled up a 12-6 edge nqre at 39th Street No. 34. made.ontract is easil
S row morning. In the top action Wednesday, going into the A's ninth. Then FOR RENT:-Small modern a-
After lunch Mendes France Fort Kobbe faces Albrook in a the visitors started trouble, tal- apartment. Quiet ond pleasant sur-
will drive to Rome to the French night fray on the Clayton field. lying three runs on Frank Idro- roundings. See apartmentNo. 10 fO ry RedheadSlays
Embassy, He will enter the Ita-Coco Solo visits Special Troops go's triple to send starter Joe in Gloriela Building, across from
lian capital, excitedly awaiting at Fort Amador and Fort Clay- Smith to the showers. Hotel El Panama. Apply Foto 3-
his visit, in a private capacity. ton is at Army Atlantic, pending Hlcon (next-door). Phone 3- LovW
The official reception comes to-favorable weather on that side. Frank Addiego, Albrnok lefty, ;!407 or 3-1179.
morrow, and all incations point SATURDAY GAMES Swhinwo beat Clayton Satur- FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
to a warm greeting. : In the Troops win, big Gall l ment living-dining room, 2 bed- ut u
Mendes-France has 70 points he Miller tossed his third straight ay night for his second straight rooms, gas stove, refrigerator, in- WAUKEGAN, Ill., Jan. 10
wants to discuss himself or have win, working easily although win was called dependent. Bell Vista, 43rd St. (UP) A fery, Rusan.born red-
his experts touch on in the meet- touched for eight hits, including the first two men he faced and No. 64. head was charged today with
ings with Italian officials, two doubles and a pair of triples. got the fire out after an error slaying her office lover, a young
At the top of the list is Mendes' He fanned eight and, walked on- and a hit brought the A's to executive who she said wooed her
la plan for a West European Union ly one Lifeliner. within a run of tying the count. FOR RENT: Aportment with and made her pregnant, but
arms pool, to which Italian lead. The Troopers scored in t h e Larry Robinson, Army Atlan- electricity. 12th Street, Son Fron- wouldn't wed rer.
ers are leaning in favor, even be- third and held the 1-0 advan- tic shortstop, punched out three cisco. Attractive Alice Miller, 28, was
fore his arrival, tage until a three-run seventh, singles to lead the A's. Boette FOR RENT: Best located fur- charged with murder aad- m a n-
He also will press home his be Bob Mayer singled and Don Mo- and Brian 8myth each got two nished apartment. Splendid for slaughter in the fatal shooting
Hief, high sources said, that right dena and Lou Buttice each walk- of the Flyers' ix one or two couples. 43rd Street Saturday n ig bt of Charles .
n ow is the psychological mometha t ed with the bases loaded for the -----No. 13. Marke Jr 28.
now is the psychological moment ro ---Miss Miher admitted she shot
for France, Britian and the Unit A pinch triple by Marion Hoots ittle g u FOR RENT: Furnished apart- Marks but said he "didn't -nean
ed States to propose a Big Four e ete first bbern 6 ment. Moderate rent. Concrete to kill him."
conference with Russia. in thae ehth. Bill Wood pound- building. Regular transportation. "I only wanted to seare him,"
--ed his third hit, a triple, in the Armed Forces neighbors; Phone she said.
(UP) IIC WO d ninth and came in on Don Pier- PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE 3-0471 A.etirdiag to police, Marts and
whose O W" ma's infield out for the other STANDING OF TEAMS his mother, Mrs. Florence Marks,
sleng. (Continued fr age 1) ~Albrook had to put on a ninth- W L PCt. FOR RENT tio0Satr ay i n a
raign- nique said 66 Red planes, includ- inning spurt to topple Fort Clay- Spur Cola 2 fe 1.000 bruoom pulled t nmall, Itaseand
es of in 38 Soviet-made La-11's, four ton-and the Flyers didn't get a Gibraltar Life 1 1 .500 Rooms so r a the
Live Mig-15's and 24 Tu-2's dropped hit in their winning rally. Seymour Agencies 1 1 .500nek----I I.Jf
m a- some 100 bombs on Chiang Kal- Clayton got off to a 3-0 open- Lincoln Life 0 1 .000 FOR RENT: Beaoutifully fur- ck.
shek's northern defense outpost, ing-.frame lead on Ayton pagan's Elks. 1414 0 2 .000 wished room, double couch, ice- / Miss Millet" sid she formerly
old The Nationalist ministry of de- triple and an error. The home box, kitchen cabinet, stove, both worked at an octrwh f company
sow ense said It was awaltng a re- triple and anerror. T he h om Spur Cola 12, Elks 1414 2 and private entrance. 52nd St. where Marks, whose family is
'port on casualties a mag club, ~l-in befoe soe 2000 Spur Cola gained undisputed No. 3. Phone 3-0638. romaent iD Washaga was a
Saturi caused by the first Red raid of "ans o F" hel a4- possession of first place in the- eSh d r ffic om
Bald- e n bmbe t ieeT imLes re when Warren Woerza led o ,for ^w edt h eElk then h i FOR RENT:-Fumished room in resulted in a pregnancy 10 weeks
"l. ...-, ..+.t. h' "nlt. Albrook with a 330- foot homer 1p the E te te o; espectable om.ily home to oen- ago,- but that Marks refused to

over the left field fence. teman oft good habits. Phonp 3- marry her. Instead, she said, he
-d toe war" last S member r. The soft drink lads hopped on 3 expnes
. Then four walks, a passed ball, the offerings of Corrigan foave her $50 to cover expee
to ji. First reports from Tachen said a fielder's choice, and an out- four runs in the first, added ;twUn dws on te
said th., We raider possibly had been field fly in the 9th sent over the three in the second one in the I Chase, rf-2b 3 1 1 -0, Miss 799Wie 6K1 h e went to the
uthor- shot down by gund winning counters for the Fly- third and again exploded for Prill, c-rf 3 0 1 0 Marks ha.bome illa.yt o- .talk 0-
m the -can, mnry rce in A-:era three runs In he next frame andcDilfer, lb 2 1 -1 1'ver the situaaio w iver
Gill, sil are "ready" to go into action At Coco Solo's diamond, the a single tally In the fifth and Zelnick, lb 1 0 0and his o .Lter se
him .i,,ately if the raid on Tachen Braves sent in Jim King to 'top where blanked only in the final Caldwell, cf 4 1 2 0!dromven tot lt r stat
island turns into a Formosan in- Army Atlantic on four hits for frame. Perranti, cf 0 0 a0 fOra.h0 biz bo otl at
s ad. vasion attempt, it was learned the 13-4 victory. Curty Schwarzrock was the Row7"n, if 0 "'0 te
ovem- there toAay. It was a 1-all encounter until big gun for the Spur Cola team Smith. If 1 0 0 0 the ma to se o
could T7he Uttd StateU hs Navy belted over seven runs in both In the offense and on the Edmondon, rf 0 0 0 0 butto eer I ob
I took mutual defense treay with the the fourth on three walks and defence At the plate he garner-! 'a w ih he
pre. Chinese Nationalist 9 ent four sainlea. Bog Haughlan, Brave ed three hits, two of which were Totals 34 13 1esesn which he
i e ain. Formosa .but the States center fielder, tripled with the doubles, and on the mound he vs. ELKS 1414 Vw1.i M ..ato
urned.&Seate hbas nt yet ratifed it. bases full In the seventh f or struck out ten and had five as- Sto dner, 2b 2 1 01 i a s Ot bs wast
dri Howeve P d ow- clincher r GAMES t tn a art n fifteen of the Cab 3b 0 1 12" f MS I M wa x
antry,I However, Presidlet m h SUNDAY GAMES Lpossible outs.la Bright, lb-p 2 0 0 849 p r, "e t. a,,_
Sr has dared Seventh ort Clayton could do much The only two other players Bleakly, rf-c 1 1
m The ~ slants of i tle Je Mers who Roy Waston had a single and a ,c 0 0
ed Th forp ee I A t d ofA.t secoe d double and Butch Caldwell had Burtonr

a al ed mowinto l11 adan In the ninth when SPUR COLA Devare,;1 2.
o2 g-me amI b o. out. Players ab r Is e Porto, If 1 0 0
M t fa d the nxt three Rathgaber, 3b 4 2 1 Farnorth, I
:a go othei J. Watson. 2b-so 4 2 1 0 I .
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COL I. C BARNES, finance e& ac coutitVgomIcer, USARC A .
ami rs Mrs. Gladys Turner and Daniel -ereira congratulit.
each other as the first suggestion afardees for 1955 in the Fin
ance Office. Both employes were presented cash awards a .
Department of the Army gestion award certificates for the l'
suggestions saving time 1ndnioney in the UABOARIBS flnannoe
& accounting office. Mrs,. Turner suggested that the prepara
tion of military pay orders used for assignment and termination
of military quarters be eliminated, and in lieu that the terminami
tion and alignment orders issued by the military housing ofttes
be utilized by the finance office for military pay order informa*
tion. Perel a suggested that in lieu of organizations preparlir
their civilian timesheets by typing that the Finance Office prit
the timesheets with addressograph plates already prepared, thuw
saving manhours for timekeepers.
(U.S. Army pheto) '

Spread the laxes "
New.York Theatres, is spearheadela a drive to get CqBgM< to
allow those whose Incmes fluctuate wildly fro yar W to 0 1
pay taxes on a less fluctuating basis. .


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HOLLYWOOD (NA) Be. to Gloria de Haven. It was a ro Profit tions.and
hind the Screen Hottest and mcst mance cue. ... Columbia vetoed The coi
dramatic Osar race in Academy a 1 -da personal appearance tour eipn
Award history is simmering on by Alo. .ay to plug 'warners' Piig
Hollwood' front burner -Judy "Battle Cr" another explosion teregTlu
Garla vs. Grace Kelly. The girl in the ba tle between the gritty- PANAMA Last week, Gen-. lters Koc
bo in a vaudeville trunk vs. the voiced star and his home ot. al Motors shot ahead ten points vis(urr
rich girlbb in aPhiladelphia --- to a new all time high a 107 O Praldent
mansion. The "ld pro" vs. the Sign in a Hollywood studio spec. the report that the stock might an Lal of
newcofItr .lalizin in un-cover girl photos:. plit. When the split 'failed ot
The Ne% Yol Critics Award to "There's nothing new abo at materialize, the stock dropped be. Both we
newcomer Grace forethe best- et cheesecake. MHark Twain once l'fw 100. establish
ing ofMI -"The, Girl,"sd: I lations.as.
ie at"W46nd" a Ir U if" Why is it that spit have such tion devel
Murder' -hsnt stond the dial 'The average American would bullish effect on stock prices tons b
0for-Oscasr. G iarlanId boom rather see Llilian Russell naied On the surface, at least, there is tirs and 1
for "A ~ ~.~t tn' ihea. General Grait i ll n ln do particularly logical reason for nternatio
Now u' i ubicLty artillery r .'." Such enthusiasm. True, the stock- peace in
an g I'fmt l 61ld air i '. hGuy Mitchel. aokie proportion of ownership does not ognhtion c
llraid wid3 l rfe .i N,.- uIb increase. His share of the corpor- de-recogn
r 'ar t fr le fire pat.-up is an: I-told-you-so te pie remains exactly the same. China mo
works. ,- ;: ut Jakie, for reason of It was- nc
Even iS .rduick. T h,. er 6wn', r.eued -to ielcially flash It is also true, however, that that the
publicity Wa coud eldlt the old;t green 4gbt on the reconcilfi- stock splits are often accompa. offer to e:
boy. ." ; .' -r ticn... 1 ed by higher dividends. The oth- nations.
Jane Rushe i s dting her gWn .rkEdward G. Robins Ir.,er day, for instance, -the directors st s
singing in ':Geatlemen Marry BrU- decided against another ma6 p of Caterpillar Tractor proposed coming
nettles t not o her c session and will file fet .tivor. two for one split and at the same Chinese d
Jeanne Crain.- Anita sElli' ,ingi Tbhey: were apart during hiAD.. time raised the quarterly divi. the Yugoi
voice will issue from Jeanne's p, ont-page life... .Negoiatlods dend from 50 to 80 cents; rous world
and she isn't happy about the vo- forl arloa ,Janza to star in Leo casin of
cal blackout. M arey g musical, M Anotherr eason' why shareholdholiday N
a.re' Polo are in progress. Mario and er welcome pits th
Gloria Grab e's ex his closest friend, fur designer IAl t stcome spits i tha the
Nick Ray; andFrench dazzlerTeitelbau huddled with Leo plit stock is within the buying
Genevieve"CKnock on Wood") Au. about the ilm earlier this week. geof more people. Quite a seg.
mont have reached, the d Oet Oa Me inveting public was
emotinthv deeper -a. o hWfers to buy more shares
LEO E... Now that g ary Wail of an actor: o lower p eed iecur it rather moin
Crosby has o ioppd out f Stah- "I have trouble cashing chek, fewer srein a stc sta o t
ford, he-e ls 'Armyeinductien. But I don't know of a single tplce issue. I n r.ew' it poprie o
do whh phoisn'what in should exaW r lens o balked at et
sEARD AT lCIRS gs General Electric when It. was s erl
.singing ar-hoi i around 1i0 last spring but Pa IS,

now, weca non thinking of -Piar- adds u to 64 last year. ... For a e, consi d raio.A work succ
rage. will im "Space Meicineth la d to buy it t after m mountain
t ha. e ad record in lo ash." '

ta rm es eA't nhed hitch er the public interest in a stock, state of t
staru knoW she said. "ou Theof rh urso, the firmer its price o THim
ihag m in tis ountry-un After Ilm S T TAKS: Variet's surge N u rt y of ten s pr no teave
d adoinIsbusi- wbe Frn

wear snakes.' na~ h ~ w, ay' There is it ll, anther, though i iato rea

Garte, nake I what theA he's going to make a Civil War when most Impi hS e area 10
-French atry enos t ngsMe, eon sidtratie. A horgku
now, ,nottnlar-addsuto 64 last year.... F sto carries with it at least tho found
g w-, flicker m n "Sp ;ac M in aan implied recognition by the connaissan
fi crabout medics me g the. board of directors ef progress _e-

mun urdoms is tha Norma Hughes finally agreed to agree.ady achieved and confidence M in June a
Sheapres aent on theMrs s clod am Powell, Jr., son of the star, continued growth of th eNe w co ttempts o
kis oughL set that thew title ofris a new brass hat in the Pacif ic n. This ara of otimism he cit
he said, troucay, Orvet,"y m eAU Division of NBC-TV. a py actionaf ng this la yas
at th e wayir of conveying itself emsof the in ludes se
a small,sna k.' ,,aid. vesting public.
"You know1 she sal The rush of several producers to eal M m h alaaee
have tt. ,in !this country-under-film "War and Peace" gave Nun- A majority of splits occur Inland eF
wear snake, ohnscn hi latest qu p.bSays the firot six months of the in e re
w r es / y to mk a Cl W ar yps oia verers
Gartersaakesif;whatthe e's going to make a Civil War when most companies hold teir
French pasryme version titled, "Wrand Peace, annu Een without sh e orga

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etin asidedote ttlingE- Jane .Russell and Howard splits are Allied Chemical,, Du- before the
mrund urdoms is that Normla Hughes finally agreed to agree. Pont, -eneral Fods, Minnesot CIn June
Shearer'has' been Mrs. P's closest She'll star in six films for him Mining and Standard Oil of Newttempts
pal during the misery hours ... during thenext six years. Jersey.autumn.
Humphrey Bogart as cupid! o Her loot: $50,000 a year in $1,00
kids ought to 'know eacn otner," weekly payments over a period of Although the directors did not The clin
he said, 'Introduc'ing DeweY uMartini 20 yea. take any' action. along this line be' led by
at their lait meeting, it seems to eludes aevw
alp M lowiti n1me that General Motors might Himalayas,
wellbeoin line for"a two for-one Pierre Rivt
split and very possibly a dividend in the psyc
increase. Even without such -db- cold, and
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Backstage Battle In Subcommittee

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ADE, Jan. 10 (UP) j TORONTO, Ont., Jan. 10 (UP) WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (UP)I ..T.e Army, wh)Xch R vn.
via and Communist f-Mutiny broke out on the good Retiring chairmanJoseph .getid of Peress, sai
announced today they ship H. J. Dixon, today as score s McCarthy and Democrats on his no evidence to supp.
bliash diplomatic rela-f 0f angry office workers staged investigating subcommittee have martial.
exchange ambassadors. I h a sitdownn strike" that even the clashed in a new backstage bat-
mmuniqie, Issued l the Toronto harbor police could tie over the "Peres case," i hen the A g
i ty in helgrade ano ".inot break up. 'ti .. ........ . ..........enthe Ar k
included the exof The Dixon, an aging tug, shut- was reported today. out, McCarth y tW~Sod "
between Forelgn Mln-. L--.....-.---.-. ties residents of the Toronto is- Their dispute may come to a ubcommitt eet to
ca Popovic of Yugola lands to their jobs on the main- head today at a secret subcom- aider reopenng the.t .
gently n Burma with, If y6u are a house guest where land. mittee meeting called by Mc- r e .
Lto) and Premier Cho there is a maid be sure to leave C _arthy to consider ne w ques- Subcommlt sources a... .
Comment China her a tip when you leave and Its usual happy atmosphere tioning of Army officials about John L. McCle a
omd, the decision t,,to thank her for all she did for has been disrupted lately by a the promotion and discharge of willucceedM rthy,
omed thal diplomatic re- you, A good maid takes pride in 300 per cent increase in fares. former Maj. Irving Peress. Itendedto peeIcare t
,,r i "ht i- doing her part to make guests But harmony disappeared co- th eve
opment of mutual re- stampede for the exits that fol- pletely this morning in a rebel- The Wisconsin Republcan, a sued his explanatorydo
-tween our two coun- comfortable. lion that brought a threat to lame duck" chairman, appax- t x
the general business of discontinue the service. ently is trying to beat the Dem- McCarthy confirmed
na cooperation and So don't overlook her when ocrats to the push by reopoen- ers that Democratic
the world." yo depart. It started when another tug, g the Inquiry before they takeobect tohs propod.
ta aiounced its rec- the J. C. Stewart, brokypoe atsubcommitteers, n the case. u n
i e annof Nanad its rt |, a. ng cable and left hundreds of probably late this week.

Dre than six years ago,. lan and Hanlane s Point. row started when McCarthy pro-,Jection to mentioning
thinese replied to the mber iv W i Sinally the Dixon chugged in- posed to issue a separate sub- Ca"', M.ey rhy said.w e "
itablish diplomatic re- view, by-passed Hanlan's committee report on Peress, a' ac lresurne and quot.g
r d a point and picked up 70 passen-'New York dentist who was dis- of te testimony. I don't "e
I Pros, 0M s.ayS gers at Center Island. Then it charged by the Army last year lOu can.tell the storyi-w J
(n. that the move was turned back to do double duty after refusing t9 tell McCarthy is testimony.
was the appearance of MANILA, Jan. 10 (UP)--Francls .at Hanlan's and ran into mu-whether he was a Communist. The testim
diplomats at several of Cardinal 8pellman of New York tiny. These sources said o the lan- e closed h iony was sl ,l
d capi as on the oc- palace Chapel today. with Pres kipper J. F. Lahey announe- en f ed to vindicate McCarthy's t t Z
the Yugoslav national dent Ramon Magsaysay and his ed he had room for only 20 more -treatment of Brig. Gen. Ralph fit to wear hat
ov. 29. family attending. passengers. An estimated 100 W. Zwicker when he was ques-
got on. The captain refused to tioning the general about Peress. --
S explorers The Archbishop of New York move, and so dld the passengers. Swicker had refused to say, .
xplDorers and Vicar General of the Unit- I Soon.the harbor echoec to. the despite McCarthy's -prodding. I 6rTg U m.
I ed States Armed Forces arrived unfamiliar call of a ship in dis- w ..ho inthe Army as tJ*ponl0^
m ll lat I~here last night for a three-day tress. Five oblasts of the whistle I for Peress" discharge. 0.1.T"
Md Siage visit. He is here on the last lap brought island police, harbor po- I Before Democratic- obectipns : .
. Mof an extensive tour that has lice and finally special tugs. to McCarthye proposed rae iepoct <
alll lim taken him to practically all theI The police pleaded, cajoled could be resolved, the Army it-
lU major military installations in and threatened the strikers. self release 000wordsum-
the Far East. Nobody moved. Another tug ar- mary of the case. -
Jan. 10 (UP)-French rived to handle the overflow, but
climbers announced He came to Manila from Viet- only a handful transferred. Then It disclosed Army counsellor
erday for the.second nam where he was a three-day a third tug arrived. John 0. Adams and Lt. Gen l
heir two-year assault state guest of the Premier Walter L. Weible, deputy chief
yan. Mount Makalu. r When all the commuters e- of staff, made the decision to r- -
nch committee for the He was an overnight guest of eventually did reach the city late .discharge Peress despite Me- cir er
sI dt it hoped Its 12- President Magsoysa at the pal- for w*6rk, most of them refused Icarthy's demand that the major t r i
Lition would be able to ace. to deposit their 30-cent fares ibe court-martialled, 'ma 'W as
esafully this year on
action of the 1954 re-
ice party which chart-


edition was scheduled
rance early in March, I
ich the general climb-
around April '15.
anlzers counted on al-
months of good climb-
er to reach the peak
monsoons start early
and end any further
on the mountain until

mbing expedition will
Jean Franco and in-
eral veterans of the
as well as a doctor,
oiler, who specializes
chologlcal problems of
a priest, Abbe,.Pierre
ho is a professor of
the Catholic Institute


BALBOA 6:15 8:30


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DIABLO HTS. 6:15 8:15
Claudette COLBERT
"Without Reservation"
T..day **"SMEt *AI-
MARGARITA 8:15 1:25
William HOLDEN
Tuesday A** ARROW'
CRISTOBAL 4:15 8:35

PARAI:15 .: LA BOCA C:15 8:05
"WITNESS TO MURDER" "El Bmbere At6mico"

8ANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:05
"Seei of The Crime"

CAMP BIRD 6:15 8:2

Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1870, Sunday, January 9, 19,55
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces each

First Prize

Second Prize

Third Prize

6812 $ 44,000.00



$ 13,200 00

$ 6,600.00

M. piese. Purima No.. pi me so. P Mix N*. Prizes Ne. s t us;0 P.ri.s- s. Pzs x Me. Mas 80.14 0
12 12 l 132.N 212 13.M 12 132.0 012 13. 4 12 132. 5012 s t M12.0 1012 13i 7012 132W 2 10 i2.
0112 132.0 1112 132.0 2112 132.0 3112 132,.0 4112 132.0 5112 132.0 16112 1321. 7112 132.0M 6112 l2.l
0212 1.12.0 1212 132.M 2212 132.0 3212 132.0 4212 132.0 5212 132.00 I6212 12t.l i 2212i 2.0 3212 r12 111
8312 !32.M 1312 132.00 2312 132.M0 3312 132." 4312 132.04 5312 132 12M 0 i12 1 7312 S13IO, 8312 A1 WS ,
0412 132.0 1412 132.0 2412 132.0 3412 132.M0 4412 132.M 5412 132. 1 1412 132.0 7412 132.M 412
0512 132M 1512 132.0 2512 132.I 312 132.0 4512 132.M 5312 132.0t U t13 2.0 0 7312 132W 82 S. as s
012 132.0 1612 132.0 2512 132.0 3612 132.0 412 132.1 5612 132.0 4612 122.1 7 t12 12 512.2 s l .
12 122.0 1712 132.2112 132.0 37122.0 512 12.1 20
0612 2,20.0 1812 2, 12 2,200.06 3112 2,209." 412 2,M0.0 5812 2,20.04,600:0 7912 2,200-012
0912 132.40 1912 132.00 2912 132.M0 3912 132.0 4912 132.11 512 132,.0@ i Sl 13 7012 132.1 $12 132.132

Approximations Derived From First Prize

I 4. I 6 46M I is 44ppro I S ma 44.tio 13s Derived From Se o d Prize
Approximations Derived From Second Prie ,

4651 110.s
40n1 IIO0

115 220i
46" 116.110
489m 1100
4(Ms li e

2705 22S.0
4701 116.06

STU 24
4702 11. 0
4702 110.0

5765 229.06
4174 11II.8
470 1Il."

6705 220." 7705 22.1
4707 1160,0 470 1"10.0
47- 110.M6 471i 110.0

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471 111.e.
4712 11.

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4013 "M.N
4731 11.0 1
4124 110.61

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

319 132.0
7310 93.6
7311 .8.0

1319 132."
7312 8.60
7313 3.30

231. 132.0
7315 33.

3231 132 0
731 38.0-
7317 9S."

7311 132.0
722 38.0

M19 132.0 62190 132.0
7322 = 732 M.

8319 132.-
73M 83.0
7226 -a."


Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: First and Second In Panama; Third in Herrera.

The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 2 and not incl uded in the above lst win One Hundred Dollars ($1.W)
The wnole ticket n~a 44 oieces which comprises the ,wc, series "A" and "B"

Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama
The Representative Of The Treasury RICARDO A. MELENDE

WITNESSES: Rail Rolliso C. Cd. No. 47-2547
Valentin Ja6n, Ced. No. 47-26820

Notary Public, Panama






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Itlantic Pro League Opener At Mt. Hope
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Villiams Vs Lawrence;

(anks Sweep Thrilling

knubleheader 1-0 Each

Lucky Strike,


Cop Openers

Lucky Strike 1 0
(Williams 1-3). merican Legion 1 0
(Williams 1-3). Womack Whisky 0 1
,TEAMS- Won Lost Pct. GB 7461st Signal 0 1
4akees ........... 12 8 .600 TUESDAY'S GAMIE (7:15 p.m.)
makers 10 8 .556 1 Womack Whisky vs. American
Wodamen...... 7 13 .360' 5 WEDNESDAY'S GAME
S. .(7:15 p.m.)
Lucky Strike vs. 7461st Signal
8ATURDAY NIGHT'S RESULT (At Panama) The Lucky Strikers and the
SSmokers 2, Yankees 1American Legion nines scored
Sthe first wins of the 1955 season
f YESTERDAY'S RESULTS (At Panama) yesterday afternoon t ala
F g Y e S eStadium as the Pacific Twilight
':First game: Yankees 1, Smokers 0 League go underway. Lucky
second game: Yankees 1, Smokers 0. Strike defeated Womack Distil-
game: Yankees 1, Smokers 0. lers 5 to 3 in the first game and
atn Mount H... pe the American Legion eked out a
S TONIGHT'S GAME (700) at Mount5Hope to 4 win over 7461st Signal.
SYankees (Lawrence 3-1) vs. Sodamen Captain F. A. Munroe. Jr., Pan-
S .. ama Canal Marine Director, of-
SBy$ J. HARRISON JR. game, spectacular of which came ficiated at the opening game
j 'in the fifth frame. ceremony throwing out the first
IAtitWic Side baseball fan at Fritz Marolewski led off this ball cutting the center of the
Last will be treated to a inning with a slow dribbler that! plate for a perfect strike with
-League game at Mount Hope went down half way the third his southpaw offering.
season when the league base line and was allowed to roll
=lngC.V. Yankees engage the as it appeared it may have gone In the first game, W e b b
0 SOdamen in a contest slated foul. The ball came to rest right' Hearne, Lucky Strike left-hander,
begin at 7:30. on the line and Marolewski was; held 'off a last inning Womack
Yanlees will send .Ernie on with a single, going on to rally to post a 5 to 3 win. Hearne
Wence (3-1).L against Sam second later when Osorio threw gave up nine hits, walked only
WIave (,-3).,- Williams' only away the ball at first in an at- three and struck out four in
; was at the expense of the tempt of a pick-off. Spider Wil- posting his first win. Louis
inkees when he beat them 9 to helm flied to right and Kropf Charles started for Womack and
Ia his, last start on Jan. 1. and Jack Falls walked. Graham after having difficulty finding
l t Yankees are in top spot 'I i n'- to talk to Osorio and the plate in the first two in-
on full a m e tov derided to leave him in. i nings gave way to Danny Hagler
anks to their taking two out With the bases loaded Harris who held the winners to 1 run
three in their Important 3- came to the plate and lined the' for the rest of the game.
e weekend series with the I first pitch tQo Tui!nelli who Bob Glud was the leading hit-
hookers. stepped on first to complete the ter of the game with a double
All three games were dominat- twin-killing. and a single in three tries with
Sby great pitching and sensa- teammates Eddie Scott and Pich- I
MAi defense work on both The tide turned for the Yan- ete each getting two singles inf
kees in the bottom of the eighth three appearances. L u c ky
R'Idet f Ihow much pitching '", "The ufl" replaced Osorio Strike's first sacker Mora with a
btrbuted to the keen competi- who had developed a blistered single in the first inning was theta
Bwf tbpe series is the fact that finger during the game, on the only man to connect safely for
tbtal of on1" five rumin were mound and things stared hap- the Smokers.
*w' In t"4 11. ir"'->"s n1ivad. opening fast. In the second game the Amer-F
I~ie fens were given an in- Successive singles, all to left ican Legion nine eked out a 5
. of what w-s to come from f1'e fnd 1i on the first pitch to 4 victory over the 7461st Signal
"1.1. ~bt v, lln '-rumbrtn by Kropf, Falls and Harris, load- nine. Big Eddie Kirchmier and
binson end Chrley D)nuvlns r the bases. Churn, the best Red Wallace opposed each other
.,.' e-bh nf)^ pitch for reliever in the league, evidently on the mound and both boys
Ei until the seventh when the didn't have it yesterday and turned in good games.
O'erx scored a run on Tr"i- '" ",, Pritts was called in.
in'. double, Bernard's single Pri*ts' first offering was low Kirchmier gave up 7 hits,
PoWias' fly to center. into the dirt and got away struckout 7 and walked three

with Wallace giving up 5 hits, 8
walks and sending 10 men down
via the strikeout route.
Volz led the winners at bat
with two for four and Hale of
Signal led his team with a dou-
ble and a single in three trips.
Signal's third sacker Matsumoto
had two for three and scored two
of his team's runs with some
speedy base running.

Writers Association got together at a meeting held yesterday at the Panama Olympic Stadium
to elect officers for the 1955 term after the first game of the twinbill between the C. V.
Yankees and the Smokers. Standing (left to right): Alberto Montilla, Fermin Castafledas,
Ricardo A. Pardo, Tomas Alberto Cupas, George Westerman, Conrado Sargeant, Luis Pinto Aro-
semena, Adolfo Perez, Frankie Evans, Humberto Tejada (dark glasses), Luis Ardines, J. J. Harri-
son Jr., George Todd, Bernardo Nuftez and Danllo Luna. Squatting (left to right): Walter C.
Watson, Arturo Gomez de Castro and Victor Gray.

Reasons For Quitting Team

The following are two letters
received by Panama American
sportswriter J. J. Harrison Jr.
from Winston Brown of Almi-
rante, Bocas del Toro explain-
ing Brown's reasons for quitting
the Sodamen team after his, im-
pressive two-hit shutout victory
over the Yankees in his Panama
Pro League debut.
The first letter is Brown's an-
swer to Harrison's request that
he shed some light on his sud-
den and unannounced departure
for his hometown. The second is
a translation of Brown's letter to
Tomas Cupas, a member of the
Pro League's publicity staff.
The let *:
A Anrante, Jan. 6, Z9B
Mr.' J. Harrison
The Panama American
Panama, R. de P.
Dear Mr. Harrison:
I have received your letter of
Dec. 30, and I take great pleasure
In answering same.
Indeed, I am glad of the op-
portunity it affords me to ex-
plain this matter and brino mout

I I just did not want to play there, ed this proposition since It' was
and insisted that I join the team understood before the signing of
anyway and he would use me the contract the condition of my
sparingly as a pitcher and some- pitching arm.
times as secondbaseman to The fans know of the result of
take advantage of my fielding the game that I pitched against
and batting Ability. I replied the Yankees but they did not
that I was sure that the Panama know that I could hardly sleep
fans wanted4o see me only as a that night because of the severe
pitcher and that his plans would pain in my arm. Kellman knew
not do me any justice. all this time that I would be go-
I was also worried that my ing home after my appearance
countrymen may be feeling that against the Yankees and he
I was being difficult or that I tried to persuade me to stay
was scared of playing in the when I turned in my uniform
Panama Professional League. I to him after the game but I re-
told Kellman that above all, as a minded him of our agreement
Panamanian, 1 was conscious of and thought the matter 'had
my obligations to the fans of been definitely closed. -
the country that gave me my big Beleve me, Mr. Cups, It
break, but at the same time, If would havetbeen myy latest joy
I did not rest the arm and have if I had been able to keep op
it treated, my career as a pitch- playing before my countrymen
er would be ruined, but under the circumstances I
, aced with this dilemma, I just could not. rzn the risk of
suggested to Kellman that I losing the use ofmy pitching
would play for him if he would arm forever. m
first have a specialist in Pan- I ask of you that you convey
ama exam ine me, give me the to the Panama fans the facts of
necessary treatments, and then my departure,_ and my apprecia-
th@ a%eA~ln1t wAtimj jlanmaj if u ^ +I %- L> ._- 4U __ & ~ A -

0 / I l A -- _- . o. woulu decide i fion of the way they tried to ment,
Bowden rutconcerning my an wen it would be safe formake my short tay in Panama game
iUit -situation with the Sodamen me to pitch, so enjoyable. I realize more
SArka s To team.. Under the above conditions I than anyone else that after hav-
l. ~ I am Including along with this signed a contract. ing received such wonderful (Firsi
Arkansas To A cept letter, a complete history of the On my arrival in Panama, I treatment from the fans, the best
entire case, written in Spanish, reminded Kellman of the in- way that' I could show my ap- Playe
Tennessee rid Jo original of which was sent portance of having the arm predation to them would be to Narai
s it Mr. Tomas Alberto Cupas of treated but after several days appear' regularly in the Pro Austin
thePublic Relations Office of had passed, Kellman did not find League but my physical condi- Presco
ST LOUIS .Mo Ja. 10 ( the government of Panama. it convenient to have me see action does not permit it and for Parri
ht s footballrsuggested that he allow me to I reiterate my profound thanks Osorii
ni t P football coach of Ar- Yours sincerely, pitch one game to make the fans' for this opportunity to speak my Rober
kansas to a c c e p t the head Winston Brown. have a look at me and then I piece. Berna
c Ivl- s spot at Tennessee. would return to Bocas to con- Your sincere friend, Powls
"I have always wanted to go Almirante, Jan. 6, 1955. tlnue my treatments. He accept- Winston Browa.Osorio
back to Tennessee some day," Mr. Tomas A. Cupas
he said. "I figured this op- Department of Public Relations Coboi
51 DIFFERENCE-Gil Dickens, leftfielder of the C. V. Yankees, portunlty was as good a time Panama, R. de P. Chur
ts toward home plate after his game-winning home run as Dear Mr. Cupas: G eorgl a ech Scores Pritts
ash over the left field fence in the fourth inning of the see- "It was a tough decision to I have received your letter
sI game of yesterday's doubleheader. Ball retriever Anatole m date Dec. 30 and I welcome the Tot
nas is read" to greet Dickens. Umpire Guillermo Hinds, a Wyatt said Arkansas athletic opportunity that you offer *
htv ani Heol Naragon look on er John arnhill 'is a me to explain to my fans and feI g
t*pt':nv Find KR-"Nargon look on. t^ S hockmg Upset Over fw
ond l riend o ine" an countrymen, whom I esteemG eo
Fp to that stage Douglas had from Naragon as Kropf came many coach could have" How- real h to niga
m*ed bitt foir hits and Rob- In with the winning run. hIdeparturefrom the s odamen No. 13
In had been working on a The Smoker fans were some- er,he declines to discuss terms team. fST l l 11 Ke
hitter, the Yankees getting whatheartbroken over the sud- of his new pact withTenne To begin with, I have been very ae entu head
To begin with, I have been very -head
First hit, a single by Bud den disastrous turn cf events free hand" in picking his aidesmuchtaken aback that Mr. Leon 7 vi
In fl the bottom of the but seemed to onsolc them- fe had to tn pin Kellman has remained silent o ed by
tvi, sel]v.s in the lact that in a late anof hopes to settle on personnelevidently, without explaining NW YORK, Jan. 10 (UP)-'up at 16-18,and led at.halftime, great
Smokers got another run inning and in such a situation of **--s-" the agreement that we both had To a basketball world complete- 26-23. Tech led through most of one
ee!bth on a base on balls ,i Yankee may ive :on in He said he would have a com- and the reasons that I decided to ly flabber-gasted by Kentucky's the second halt but lentucky gains
ron )ols' error and any case, Pritts' wild pitch or plete statement when he arrives come.home, when Kellman is in streak-smashing loss to George gained the lead with less than Furm
two out's f toig no at fayetteville where the univer- complete possession of the facts. Tech in one of the greatest up- two minutes to play, setting the sore
0two outh and tw won in Tshyt of Arkansas is located. 'Whei Mr. Kellman and Mc-Isets of all tie, disappointed stage for the stunning climax. Hen
ottom of the nnth Johrv The second game was also a Wyatt hada five-hourlayover Dnald visited me to request myoach Adolph Rupp admitted to- "Gaeri Tech wanted to win uatlo
tand Into centr field forthe scored In the game on il Dick him from the NCAA convention been suffering from a sore arm Nothing could have amazed Rup "Thy outplayed us at the revioc
kees' only run Pnd tbn en's long homer over the left n New York. which w" being' treated by a court fans any more than Sat-t crucial gs Ot of the game." lft t
n--er Strfnrrd Graham sent field fence in the fifth. ___ German specialist at the bos- urda night's final more at Lox- Tech coach John Hder single" eaft t
Clarence "The Bull" Chumr Lawrence Ludtke went the IN 14TH YEAR oital here n Almirante. The armIngto, y Ior&- Tech coahi John ry der singled Leagu
0 retired Ray Dabe)k to end route for the Yankees and looser Columbia. S.C.(NEA -Frank had been bothering me since lest Kington, 58.-eorx-5 i a Coen of Brook- princ
Pme.* Thn Fitzgerald was relieved by Johnson is in his 14th Y e a r as season when I played in theJKentucsl58. six-1)s manoy Co Nn of BrookS Prince
Yesterday Albert. Osorin Tommy Hughes in the seventh. basketball coach at South Caro- states and the specialist that Joe Htlms, smallest man on lyn, N.Y., and ox-six Dick Len- (11-1)
I ril gave each naexamined me then had recom- the Tech team, pulled the trig- olt f lmingsburg, K, for peare
k. 1 ut'ff lWIAt. whtih saw !The jokers and the Yankees mended to the manager of my ger on the upset when he stole lapels"ZEach got four depen
First game which had been who continue to give the Pro WHOA ThERE team that I get complete rest the ball with only seconds left, perso pretty early, but we ..ewI
f-" n i"ings, we into League faithful competition that Bingley, England (NEA) A and a special treatment if I did dribbled in and let fly a push decided to go with 'em because ents
1 ter inning wit a It Is reminiscent of Giant-Dodger chemical that slows up growing rot want to risk loss I the use shot that swished through the we needed their height under Bsou
n Scored, battles, meet again tomorrow grass has been developed by th of the ailing arm. basket with three seconds to athe ard (13-1)
ers pitched their way night n a single game at theSports Turf Research Institut Kellman then mentioned that play. At one stunning stroke, the "Our ds yed great ball," ame
ghtspots du g the Olympic Stadium here. the Panama fans believed that basket smashed these Kentucky beamed lIader. Andf we caught ferenc
___________streaks: Kentbuky Ol the right night." South
1. 32 straight victories over a Hyder monned up: "Well live follow
-two-year span-seven short of on it for a long time." Said Rupp, at 2-0
F A the all-time record set by Long "Well never live It down." south
ANTE. RANCO L0IslMBIANAWand U. (un-r37) and equalled Kenticks downfall o ve r- Aubur
by eton HaA (19-41). shadowed two other surprie bama,
. 129 straight home vidtori that wAKi have been "shock- Mid
ANNOUNCES A NEW REGULAR SERVICE over an SS5m So s..St sFa n-cisf- team
lose being on Jan. 2, 19M toOhio s's 0111 to Bt. ora f record
1- A, unbe= sting of 70 72e* on eer Oere Wash- Big a
*r tele ae Jaf lo- bttow Jd tt help from An- at 1-

G.baA D. f atal bl WV V en 8 *s ab*
V UDAD DE CAU"- Balboa, Canal Zone, January 22, 1955 Owlj "S.%... .
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Panama Open Tickets

Tickets for the eeet-Mulr Pail3 Hi1hn show mad gefl
clinic at the .Panmp Oaf Club Wedseday afteme
starting at 4:3, are w -m sale at tie varlons C`aal gute
and Republie o Ps aams les. ted below.
Clinic tickets. =%m o" 4llar add iclude the uocktal.
party Wednesday evIm.
Almo tickets for the emat play on Thurmda, Fri-
day, Saturday and Sda a te on sale at the same
site. Admission Thi and tiay wil be 0.t=
day. Sunday and Sunday adftloai Wd i be $* peO a y.
Sson tickets. W.overf t, day of the eumma-
ment are also available at lemiad ble savings. Fore e.ll.
tans, season tickets are a two dollar per per-a
saving ever the day-by-day adllen. Military persuonel
may purehae season tickets feo r a for dollar
Over the day-by-day fee
1. Any Golf Club on the Isthmum.
2. Al N.C.O. Clubs and rve enter.
SChase National and Natiosa1 CH y banks in Dalbe.
nThe following business houe: Lt Masota. T ivd
Travel Ageney., Shaw', (al on 4th of e Atenu"e n
ama)and the National Cash Register C. Offer Auteo-
mobile Row.

Thrillers All The Way

SATURDAY NIGHT *None out when winning run
SMOKERS scored.
Players ab r h o a Cobos popped out for A. Osor
Naragon, c 3 1 1 0 0 in 8th.
Austin, sa 4 0 0 1 YANKEES
Oorio, E., lb 3 0 0 9 0 oP rers abrt o
Roberts, rf 0 0 0 1 0 Graff, 2b 3 0 1 1 *
Parris, 3b 4 0 2 0 1 Hardin, u 3 0 0 2 2
Tuminelli, If-lb 4 1 1 5 0 Phillips, rf 3 0 0 2 0
Prescott, rf-If 4 0 0 1 0 Dickens, If 0 0 2 0
Bernard, 2b 3 0 1 0 4 Marolewskl, lb 3 0 1 7 0
Powis, cf 2 0 1 1 0 Wl11helm.b 3 0 i 2
Robinson, p 3 0 1 0 Krop, cf 2 1 1 4 0
Falls c 20 1 I1
Totals o 2 7 27 IS Harls, P 3 0 2 0 0
Graff, 2b 4 0 1 2 2 Totals 25 1 686
Hardin, ss 4 0 1 2 1 S ore oby Im0nn r
Phillips, rf 3 1 1 1 0 Smokers. 000 000000-0 3 1
Dickens, If 0 1 n Yanees 0000000 001-1 3
Marolewski, lb 4 0 0 7 o. Summary: earned ris: Yan-
Wilhelm, 3b 4 0 0 1 2 ees1.Left on bases: Smokers S.
Kropf., c 4 0 1 3 akees 5. Two-base hits: Na-
Dabek, c 3 0 a I rgon. Wild pitches: Pritts.
Douglas, p 0 0 0 0 Struckout by: :Oorie.3. yt: .ar-
Strka, P 0 0 0 0 0 r 3. Bse on PWlof of: Osoro ,
Falls 1 0 0 0 OffHarris 2. Pitchers record:
Stempel, p 0 0 0 0 0 o6soo 0 runs; 3 hits in 7 innings;
... Cahurn 0 run, 3 hits in 0 I
Totals 2 1 (Pitched to-three batters). .-
StScore by Innings rors: smoker 1 (Osorio). Yan-
Smokers 000 000 110-2 7 0 ees 3 (Hardin 2, Harris).
Yankees 000 000 001-1 5 1 pitcher Chun (0-). Winning
Summary: Runs batted- in pitcher: Harris (4-2). Double-
Powis, Roberts, Kropf. Earned Play'. Tumninell unaislsted.Um-
runs: Smokers 2, Yankees 1. Left pire" Willams, Parchme nlt,
on bases: Smokers 9. Yankees 1 Hinds. Time of game: 1:tM:
Two base hits: Powis, Robinson, (M8ema ame
Tu n inelli. Sacrifice hits: Powis, sM,, Oa eR
Roberts, Austin. Hit by,? pl / -rsMOBM
Robinson (Dickens). atrch: playergon, b 0rh o
by.: Robinson 7. By: uc-4 tNaragon a, 0 1
Stempel 1; Base o 5il -b U off:, s., 1. 0 '1 0
Robinson 2Rt Oof:f Douag Prs,rSb1, 2 004
Ste cel 3.^Pltch~~ecor n Dmi..' Tuinei, I-lb 4 0 0 10
gas 2 runs, ahi ts innings E .i, bf-b 4 0 0 1
(noe out inSth). Stryska run Bs, Orio, lb 0 0 7 0
1 hit In t.inning.Ro binasonIP. 'Oorio, If 0 1 1 0
run, 5 hits In 8-2/3 Innings.r Bernard,2b 2 0 6 1 3
rrors: Yankees 1 (Douilasm). Los f 3 0 1 2 0
,Ing pitcher: Douglas (2-3). win..it*.a11 2 0 0 l, 0
ning pitcher: Robinson (3-2). PHh 1 0 0 0 0
Doubleplays: Wilhelm, Marolew- ghep 0 0 0 1 0
ski. Umpires: Williams. Parch.-

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T" '4 "Taub"29 3
2:43. m" A Mh
PalPyers g 6 ar

t Gam-'
ers ab r h
gon, c 4 0 1
n, ss 3 0 2
ott, If 4 0 0
i, 3b 3 0 0
nell, lb 3 0 0
o, E., lb 0 0 0
ts, rf 2 0 0
ard, 2b 3 0 0
, ct 13 0 0
io, A., p 20 0
1 0 0
n, p 0 0 0
0 0 0


28 3

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3 1
3 5
1 0
1 2
9 0
1 0
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0 0
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rge Washington went Into
me with Richmond ranked
i nationally.
ntucky's loss also stole the
lines from Furman's 154-
tory over Citadel-believ-
y the N.C.A.A. to be the
,est score ever run up by
major league college a-
t anec=. arrell Floyd,
san'a -ew Frank Selvy,"
d 50.
e's how. the national sit-
n appears now b sections:
b-Cornell's U0-6 win over
usly unbeateai artmouth
he Big Red atop the Ivy
e with 4-0 mark, and Penn
1 3-0 mark by Ibattkg
'ton, 85-73. Connecticut
and Holy Cross 7-) ap-
d class of New' gland in-
dents. Seton HaU topped
York City area independ-
with 10-1 mark.
th.-North Carolina State
unbeaten in four league
i to top Atlantic Coast Con-
ce. west Virginia led the
em Conference wit i 3-0,
ed by William and Mary
l. Five teams unbeaten in
eastern 1ater one game -
n, Vanderbilt, Tulane, Ala-
and Georgia Tech.
west-Purdue (1-0) only
with unbeaten Big T e n
I, but it's wide open. Mis-
and Kasasm State Med for
sevn lead at 2-0, followed
lorado at 1-0. Wichita and
ils tied In Missouri Valsfy
P Dayton (10-2) run=nt

ad of Sfuthgk O1f5r-
at 3-0 followeed bY Texas
an and Bayor at 1-0

N em s I 3sladS

Players ab r h e a
Graft, 2b 4 0 1 2 1
Hardinus 4 0 0 0 0
Phbllps,rf 2 0 0 2 0
Dickens, If 2 1 1 3 1
Marolewskl, b I 0 0 8 0
Wilhetm,~ b 2 0 0 3 S
rpf,cf 0 0 1 0
Dabek, c -'3 0 0 8 0
Lutke, p 3 0 0 0 1
Totals 26 1 2721
S S"' re by Innings
Smokers ,000 000 000-0 3 1
Yankees _00 100 00x-1 2 0
Summiay. auns batted in:
Dickens. Isrned runs: Yankees
1. Left 0on bases: Smokers 6,
Yankees 4. Rome runs: Mickens.
Two base, hits: Oraff. Struckout
by: Ludtke 8. By: Fitzgerald 4
Hughes 2. Base on balls off
Ludtke 4, off litzgerald 3. Pitch-
ers rWe ;; .Fitzgerald 1 run, 2
hits in Inings. Errors: 1 (Par-
ris). Loing pitcher: Fitzgerald
(2-1).. Winning pitcher: Ludtke
(2-2). Doubleplays: Dickens to
Marplewski. Umpires: Hinds,
Karamtaftis, Parchment. Time
of game: 2:0t.

The do leader between the
C. V.-YanbM and the Smokers,
played yesterday and won bi the
ankees, "1V baseball fans
everything t ask
for. Both aml k the
identical Sdore of of
the Yantes and waOOD
played contest..-
Sensational field l e
made by infielders ad-
era of both teams t score
give a good Idea of the effective
pitcblt. both teams had. One
pitch In both games decided the
contests mad we donate believe
that better baseball could have
been plahd by either teem.
In defense of manage Stan-
ford Graham, who twa mo undi
and unjustly booed after the first
game, let us make mentionn of
the fact that Mamavila (Oorlo
was ten out of e. be-
car. AW bli4ternd f er
as ea

dy to be the mot effective re-
1lef hurler in be was
Grabam -t choice iW l fo
d tmRO-4r t 1i9In have It
yet r and of C s t

Om thIng It tt M I and *t
Is tha those who started weep"
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De Vcenzo Colege Coaches Would Batf ap Wrestllng Team ,

gBreaks Par To Compete Against fr 4 es
Dan Darnel At Pano.m For Folding Minor Leagues Reds In Moscow .
MAI-ahaveTOKYO, Jan. 9 (UP) A 13- hara, who2_ .
B'-HRR G AY rO N .. ... man Japanese amateur wresUmn title in the world agmateur-
aas an flpaelang foIt a new haIR park o rO.kn have By HARRY GRAYSON The boys swing and throw hard, team left by an Air France plane stylewreatl ch it
adprtS t e toithe p eltruition. Iaiielmmetda slide., do everything from today from Tokyo's international i last June In a an
O'Malr, prlidet of the Ddgers, a tA admitted t he had Profesional golters ronm eight NEW YORK (NEA) -The rlys January right on until the airport via Para for Moscow to Turks beat the uuan
made tteende progress towad his big goal sfles last Jaae Latin American countries and lower minor leagues, as you may weather lety, s up and we go out compete in a series of Japanese- gle point for th team
B h begged off from e et. the United States have stard to have noticed, read or heard, ra- r Russian matches. o
.r. hh B t w in a MiUonOitogf reve athe enit eil of terge on the etpub of are going to pot. og, o Young men who play baseball The team is scheduled to ar- Shohachi aIshUl, who weon
our scheme, which Is going to give Brooklyn a ew re built P m to compete n the $7,- Tose posing as organized base- in college are, in the main, in rive n Pari on the morning of bantamw ht wrst t
witour scheme, which it in th r t with such 500 P ama Open golf tourna- ball's administrators have taken school on their o w n. Baseball Jan. 11. Tapan's only old meal at
with since a, th um Was constructed in 1923," said ment which commences Thur- their usual forthright stand in re- doesn't produce the profit for an Exhibition matches are ached- Helsinski Oympic Games
fa., s s Jne aeea Is notum w roptous.. day afternoon at the Painama gard to the vanishin little fel- athletic department to rec r u it uled also In France, Italy, 'Iur- 1952. Is accompanying thd
O" MaSin. "but h time lnot De__optio b, ebal Is tied goff club and ends Sunday. lows. They absolutely refuse to rfr. ,r.atory kids as is dne i key, India and the Philppines ea coach,
in with ttl s olute necessity for a n w park. Tonight, Pan-AmerieR flight think about it, much less ge t With ofe.nadt. .
We witho on the l Brooklyns al club, ain of us who are 333 from Mand will bring a thel hint o the talking stage. t W ith all the tas d of industrial adh hlpn ac h
Isiv who On the Bperaton major league team have got to largest s ingle contingent. i The leaderless and short-sight- 7 r leagues and other spawng
Stvolved in theNwperaton about flingattdA Sce and scheduled to arrive at Tocu-.ed majors apparently don't careleagrounds, the colleges come close Wpawning
top m around and ws, ing abou men at 9:15 are Chatley (Pan- a bot what happens to the lower er to being the answer to the dis-
the changin5. times. s-,twes ua am, Insurance) Harper, Lew milots and the minors, in turn, appearance of the lower minor TODAY 75 40
"W6 must abandon the these that the public owes u a (ChlriqulLand Oomp ) Wor seem to have the same slant on, than anying else. Ii .... "" *
nto face the f uppot that no club which i not a cotef sham, Ansel (N1 DiUtl- college baseball, which could be iOrganized baseball would do, ii- ,:' : M i
ot to face the fet that, no clu whch s not a coer) Snow Ski ( A) Alex- come an -een 'reat.r source of well to lpt them alone. .aM
It enttlVed to profits. tene ty of fighting. O th wander and hisa wfe ese Torn talent supply. The minors again The players have to come from
S"Wi t confronted th the necefu b ty of fice118 otb trce (Panara Cigarett), Dors ect6d a rule t.lat would respctc some place. 2. . ..
philosophy that most of our box office Ills may be traced (vPranl amaitetr fro a e signing of college players. t aM
to she on o ,oe gaes. e r Ohio. %ob DuVal of the Wlson The majors, .in a raw gesture,|
attendance is sot, as has been charged, poor. Brothers sporting Cqod4 Comn.. observe a regulation that once an mm!
The fault lies with us who operate the clubs. Baseb t l ais be- ny and CC aw of theTo te ters s sophomore ear a
the times.We aregulty. pfny and C.C. Sha0w of the Toro enitersi his sophomore year
hind the times. We are guilty." Lawn Mower Company. college hemay not be grabbed
day Whether o rom d t e-a ated or he becomes 21.,, QUInCK lttrvey Kno hep.
A ENG M T MEET COMPETITION Snead, due t tele'isid n But when a major league scout ped from the Wisconsin campus .
mid"-"ments In the U'" ted-. tates, sees a bright freshman the big to the Tigers with only a briefly l Ill revh"W :-y ,.e,, p. is l s
"Bwdallh "st conerobted cith bmunterattracteons which dt would be able to come to Pan- league club simp0 LE-et ine -. see ubr iresle has a minor t step at Daenport of the Three. By DR. PsOG ALLEN6i a i ls h
not exist years ago, and which will continue to multiply, a ea to defendthe title he won legue houtfitm up. atDaEye. (NEA) Kansas Co.ch .
O'Malley continued. "We: are challenged, and it is up to us last year. However, definite get therun -s ound, oach who sent Harve Kuenn to UESTION W
m"The necessity for a new ball park In Brooklyn, for Im.w a American w the p ress the big league circle. the Tigers with cnly a brief stop abut the new fcul rule have
P Throved conditionsnecel right down the line In th major leag ues aCpre ommon sense tells the majors, at Davenport of the Three-Eye. there been any suggestlons--at r e"
Is posed especially by thfresh rivals fr public support and American's mid-n I g h t who,control the minors, to er- "Practically a colleges play- any time-advanced to do away
A pottention ally by the frlightah rivat Tduor public uppo a Pan-At Tdcumerican mtoid-ni l g h t college coaches to build their ing baseball are coached by for- with lt?-Rick Reinhardt.
at ke the situationhere New York as an example have Pete Cooper, Arnold game, but the owners and the mer professionals and the list of Answer: There have been a
RoosTake the situation hee in New York a n ew $12,000,000 (Chesterfield) oopalmer, an d men they put at t h e head of coaches contains many famous number. Maurice Podoloff, press.
oosevelt Rtaceaway s ann set wth pans or new $12,000,000 ( Pfesterld) Palmerro, and. their business never have bee a names who work at their busi Ident of the National Basketball
trotting track. .. .. ... mlnn htvaero nd rron. p--' ( N'atlnog much of that. ness. Too frequently in the mfrequentlyin Asociaton, for ncest wantsce w*&ant
"The thoroughbred racing people have announced a pro- P orey (National Brewery) "nThe colleges Va y 25 or o30 cr, a boy in need of learning fouls kept on a scoresleet-a a d
po0siton which would call for the spendit g ot f ve ,000,000 at Oliver was due at 4 p.m. from games a year and the better play. gets managing instead. In coeino fret throws allowed-until the..
Belmont and possibly at Aqueduct, with conversion of the Los Angeles ers, the ones were interested in, lege, we aenad nearly all of our end of each half. Then they would JiEAN .iOR CE MICHAEL B. A
entire scheme of turf promotion on a no-profit basis. Roberto (Lucky Strike) De Vi- spend summers in f a at college time teacng. be added up, and the difference SIMMONS MATURE *TIERNEY WILDIN DARVI
"A new CO seum which will eater to sports events as well cenzo, Antonio (BVD) Cerda, leagues, getting in 70 or 75 more "Take our situation at Wisedn- In fouls between each team-say, a- E. P mW .
as conditions and exhibitions, is being erected on CO0lum Johnny Meusser, Art Jones, and ames,' points out Fresco sin. We h ol d fall baseball prac- one had 17 coming and the other rao-.-h dfa l land EDMUND UR M i
bu. Qiree, n the very heart of Manhattan. Johnny Bass have already ar- i ohom son, the Brooklyn v I c e- tice, then begin actual work for 18-would be taken. Using this _Wa UM
"Robert Uoses has announced plans for five improvements rived and Navy pros Harold Oat- resident in charge of Dodger the season right after the holi- example, there would be only one '"_"
of the Jones each type within the city limits,. man and John O'Donnel were farms. "In an emergency, this days. foul shot.
"New throughways and parkways are being buit, to carry due at Coco Solo this afternoon. feeding system wouldn't hurt us "We have a new million and- Q. Going up for a lay-up, which T BPANISH DOUBLB PROGRAMI
out urban 'dwellers to golf, to fishing, to recreation out of doors, Henry Russell, Panama ama- at all. a-half-dollar field house, 400 by leg should the shot be m ade riVANee a -.eO
and quickly reached vacation spots. tour champion in 1953, is now *Colleges are well equipped to 200 feet. A diamond and batting from'-Al Hansen. t ars ia Tae
"11 this helus to build up a tremendous problem for us expected to be in the fight for turn out ballplayers," stresses cage is enclosed in a net. We A. The leg opposite the shoot- Today. .35 ASarita Montlel, n "Be Solleltan
In baseball, a challenge which chases the television bugbear the amaetur championship a-Arthur Mansfield, the Wisconsin run a regular workout in there. lg arm.
right, out of the picture," ainst defending champ Joh.riny
murray an a ine field 'ohA
amateurs from the Americas.
OLD DOC O'MALLEY'S PRESCRIPTION De Vicena m and Cerd played
at Panama yesterday. De Vicen-.
At ts point, O'Malley lit up a fresh cigar of reduced so shot a three under par 69
attedance aroma, and let his, s ermon sink into the inter- while Cerds settled for an even
viewet's parched noggin., pear 72.'
vI have constructed a forbidding picture for baseball, but Me awhile, G. L. Cummins
I am very sanguine, so much so that I am ready to build that a Canadian star, toeay cabled TtA "J'
new park Brooklyn," the Do r president resumed. his entry. Culmings is coming M
S*e prescription for a heai r stas in baseball is baed nam m trd im s. I *
on two facts. First, baseball Inter t' never was greater, never Paul Hahn will also arrive to-
to idesire0d. Second, the fit ba1ptxIc is willing to pay, n hist ,haur exhi-
m"We-utt build m, re new ,,pto-date plan* offering the e nfsthe action o lir lnvanMi* *k ,
anai..ifhm comforts. h ttha e todeh arenaS mst co meh a #e n M a Golf Cl ub
omf. .Wth a. h will- give his ou rU.-great
vision of our tieket-sellng habits. We have not been treating show at 4:30. Immediate ol
the da-by-day customer too fairy. Our advance sale schemes lowing, te profesIonals will y*
have bee forced on us by our old ball ark. hold a gbtf clhinl with Hahn as IwflM
"We ave got to offer convenient parking at reasonable Master of Ceremonies. All pro- O IT gin
prices. We must have ce4n and more comfortable rest rooms. fesslonal will participate In the
And our soats must be eqontructed for the greater ease of a clinic which is actually a golf
Ian sitting out a three-hour ball game. lesson with the finest in the
"We have got to devise better lighting for our night base- ame today. llowin the clini rin
ball, and "the maximum in playing fields. And everywhere, atlonal Dist ers will n ive
.lub owners must fight desperately to produce a contender." cocktail party In the club house
"It comes down to this, "Old Doc O'Malley concluded. 'We Meanwl e the a nctUcke A M come Pa nmei I .
have ot tostop chftllenhtl fans to come to our parks. We sale fourth, the advance ticket Wi rMi
must ivite them, lure them by ideal conditions, and a fine the greatest ever. Additional sup- W iI Kg m IsW
product." plies Of tickets have bn ent
To all of which I gave my bnediction. Selahl to the locations which were sold
out. Tickets will also be on sale One of Panama's great
at the entrance to the Panama
K W I club daily.sOnof
K IUSW I 1 SHOE POgIHI fliia i the Panaa Open Golf T ament-
Iasebale is again bringing some

forHig lights greatest golfers to the Isthmu.

deeper, The makers of
The Panama Bseball Writers' L th""STRIn E
brighter A .ciatio.n held i eeti on these fine athletes,
tween the games of the double-
header yesterday and one of the whose sportmanship and
man. O *e La d u could nuo wa. ability have given Panama
tions to our good fri Adoif such pleasure....
Conrado Sargeant, beer iaing We hope they enjoy their stay
Sports/!Editor of the a ast oi
Amerlean will hereafte re. e8 well the competition.be
ferred to as the VUEP, due to
his election to the second high- 'I
The other officers sa Danilo
Luna of the tabloid La Horm,
secretary. Bornardo Nuaes, pU-
blic director of the Profes-
sionaz Le~aue and who we may -aveeA sWslL +
add0_ g d A fine job, relented eOasarO.'
da Treasurer and JJ. Harrison, *.*.,,aw z t, .vy, y
Jr. better known a "Jot Joetsa s"i&. Ci-r-h*.**f I*-'

mised the full support of the u' *UNS viwuser of the
League by Presldent Real Aran- e. ** oP..
go and several committees have
already been named by President

Kiwi tody. Yoursaboes l lo as in tfarioqr. Ala In the m l are plan for LCI
a1 game in honor of the tera
The ewo po's wdmsteel m *iA. worrldwe toa
a Shea% ak OW ae ew 9 6 sw mtWa, that while Pete Raiser o
al a ha.ppyGoe uqiky with...
A9A J MMeNMu 6. -It q a, PAa U p. 4t Pa u In Vn0i4ted 1ate, our n
WlO -l-dTRmE tIe one better.


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stDag-Chou Swiss Take Liking i

ys Nothing To I -
T ONttURICH, Swotzerhand, Jan. 10 ht siorary a me of i.t deown
n(UP) The Swiss have taken a to angry protfsta agalusaia Gs-
UtD NATIONS, N. Y. Ja. alla mUn ZURICH "wad Jan Io to^jK i MAZYta r il asi aGo
C li kn g to th e ir m o st p ro m in e n t fe l te ma la n te m d e h emba n d
UT U LScrSet t the ry ge Jn low-citizen of the day-exiled Ied that he be eztradite tob etr
HammarU.N. held hiscreary gen- Guatemalan ex-President Jacobo for a number of alleged "corn.
a i Hammarskjod held hin Lel the people know the truth and the country s safe" -Abraham Lincoln. Arbenz Guzman. men crimes."
aChou Enlai today on tnmshe-Th alleged s d "aeds of
l withl oed Chn n t Arbenz, who arrived ine aled deeds of A-e bez
of I mrisoned American' THIRTIETH TEAR PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, JANUARY 10. 1955 FIVE CENTS homeland f hi ather last week h i r es Naton,. Ze l
Il -Ine efre eiei
i led to disclose their out after enfced exle i ex tung commenting on the reported
led o disclose their ou and France, as been met with intention of the Guatemalan go-
ardkfor ne o US To SmPress Russia to Freeea an e-tb
I open friendliness on the part f er ent. "Jacobo Arbenas our
immarskjold and Chou met; the Swiss who immediately an. fellow-citizen",B
g ,bu4 p.m, andg talked for one hour r r ndnced they till consider m The inde endent Zurich daily '
minutes t was ther one of their own. Die Tat said Arbenz ought to be
urtheeting togetmmu er. si, h 41-year.old, Guatemala born named Mayor of Andelfingen, the
-r talks have been uA eur GI From Prison Cam Arbenz, rown tio i- aer mit

C the contact established n e e d rd i er food w as fored o s he U agerom a to
tl in Feb. 11. 14, and was arrest- oble said Saturday the food united Press that aa eet im a ma te

de ai theprise m sson h a n o t his wife. Two others hav bese h her we n druagist has aalegedl River O a suburb f er
r is a citizen. However. he has not Bounced .xbenz was Iwelcome Dr s

k a tl Russian prison camp as two other There were guards before the "They ked heir received recently by her mother a h
e fi e nen o ricans wo were fred by te hospital rooms today, to clean," nurses report after Mrs. Mary Glaser, who is living rights e h defined frm
t not rfe to any- Soiets Saturday diploma t i c keep visitors away from Noble feeding the men yesterday in London and who visited here OC t n s tep s Pid him
aid by ei oWthe srde on t sources said today. and because of the AWOL charge For breakfast they had orange last summer with WaUllach and by his fellow citizens.
J' g e i American fliers The nte S tate Depar nt also is standing against Marchuk. juice, cornflakes, soft-boiled eggs, the two children. Written on cardshim honorary mayor o towhas
A H ammarskjold oPeip 0gon an Army sid her atinto a i s n tingt hs case. rible opt hos, wife. Two others have been deisngens ruigt st,, o er t a nSegeml Bl
,, dIt did noot refer o. any-,Isourees said today. ,and because of the AWOL charge For breakfast they had orange last sumine &a Wacllbh andhisfllow citizens.
"sHi" Drtesdoter i W ach an
o: f 11 esoles andsome 2850 giving consideration to a request "I couldn't sleep because the loast and coffee. Lunch was vege- provided by the Red Cross, the whether he intends to accept the lA
er U mmnd sonnel Moscow be contacted about the bed was too soft," was approxi- table soup, steak, mashedpotatoes, communications apparently were ss rghtsfferedt hm
S eld as Korean a prison detention of Mrs. Erika Glaser, mately what both men said to peas, coffee and a chocolate held up for some time by Sovietet up definite residence he
s b Red China. Wallach. foster daughter of the nurses, sundae. censors. His only comment has been a non- il_ I
e mrsk d annd to start i mysterious Noel and ierta Field, committal remark about the beau- IVIOr S e th
1Hammarskjold p lanne to n a' Sibeian prison camp Mrs. Wallach wrote that she 1 tiful scenery of Zermatt where o 'U m
journey home tomorrow, eav in a iberian p.was receiving mail at the Vor. efwdm he has been skiing. He arrived p
a.m Peiping Diplomatic officials said this kuta camp for the first time and at Zermatt five days, ago, ac
The* m m si.d :government "will cont--ue to that food and clothing packages companies by his wife Maria andn ustce
.prepred by the fasy also PIrrOSKEY, Mfich., Jan. 10 -- thei thre cildren.
"As a result of the suggestion ress" for the freedom of Pvt. prepared PETOKEY, Mich., Jan. 10 their three children. y
a esonal discussion made William A. Verdine, 28. of Starks, were received. She ask about (UP)-Florence Goldrick, socie-
i te general the La., who was reported arrested .e fsamil, and reported condl' ty editor for the Petoskey News- Swiss newspapers have accord-
the secretarytions in his cable of by the Russians in 1949. ton in e prison camp "have Review, wrote the front pa e ed Arbens and unusual amount of NEW YORK Jan. 10 (-UP'-
De. 10, 1954 and the cable o l Verdine was reported held in improved somewhat recently." bannerstory today, but she sad headlines and space. In present- The New Yor Post said
tate council and ft by th oreignminier of the the same camptroit, as John H. Noble, After receiving this latest inform It made her feel like a "first- ing the history of his rise to pow Dr. am Sheard believes hi
ate council andforeign minis- 28, of Detroit, and Pvt. William nation, Wallach asked the State class heel. er and ousting by the army of mother comntted solelde be.
tar of the People's Republic of T. Marchuk. 38. of Norristown, I Department to press the Kreli Carlos Castillo Armas, they cause she found "the utt court
hina Dec. 17 1954 we ad talks Pa., who were freed in Berlin for word on his wife. The depart- (Mrs. Goldrick talked authorl- have tried to steer a neutral" an outright public pe ution
SPeking (Peiping) on 6, 7, 8, and a meht sent a note to the Russians ties into putting her in ja over- course between Red propaganda more an s could endure."
king (P ing) on 6, 7, 8, and So as d se rdi last April asking for information night so she could Interview the and the facts as they were p- The Post said t obtained Shp-
"IJnur 1955. S. officials he had seen Verdin' e on Mrs. Wallach's welfare and girl friend of a burglar wanted rented by other sources. pard's statement iro a e a elos e
"In these talks, reference was at a prison camp at1 orkuta, Si- whereabousTheRussians have in five states. I I
Sat the same time to ques-' last year. He *ai whereabouts. The Russians have in five states. Kore an Fire (A iers "My mother took her life as a
made at the same time to ques- beria, last 'ear. He aid Verdine never answered result of American injuse A
pt~rinernt to the relaxation eared Ill. nfllr said wTnner prisoner, Mrs. Ellen Op thoug no person hd. m f
attention erelaxa p'rth After quesottioning Noble and Mar- State-Department officalssaid TheprisonerIMrs. EluenSDeOnpparrdfirso Ia .oee n
i ort tension. We feel t h a t i they b a d Mrs. Wallach's case ner, 23, was unaware that her n Sm he rds o, n
me talks have beon useful and chuk as to what they know a- very much n mind.A" But they overnight ell mate, a new. Bolos morfa in he ee
bope to be able to continue bout Verdine, the State Depart- veryind c he inomingBphperno man.Msaonews-
S av g u p t^ a n e r u n-- X iB h a ne dth T o B e F ir e d Sha ae t d M a ce
estabihed these n is expected to fire .new a second approach would not be on a deadly weapons charge, |F* S a d the statement said.
sage n to U. N. eadquarn Sotea to oscow on his records one. decided until after some new ys. scheduled to appear in justice i rla s "Mother found the unjust court
s frm Hammarskjold's party Verdine show he was honorably serious angles have been clarified court with her boy friend, Rich- and outright public persecution
L vensaid Cmhou gave a fare- discharged at Seoul, Korea, Feb in the bizarre case of Noel and D , n
enr f oa i to u gavtire afpre- di char aed rateols eo rthea Feb caea ied ldt atMrs. Waahe Ie s with whom she was captured. a work day for Korean pole or sonal loss and hardship as
*l~ldinner for the entire group1 14, 1946. and re-enlisted the next
i4:I pam. bday in the regular Army. considered "stateless" by the de- t m he s p ae
SHe was discharged a second ARGENTINE GOLF STARS Roberto De Vicenzo, two-time apartment even though her bus- "Ellenis Just mixed up," th fIre chiefs it a fire breaks out ia, she ade riencdo hoe
...tt.. H ret Iss e edi tor s o ay l their district the future sh re det cona to p a
l1er, Hugo Wlstrand. Swed time in June i 1947, re-enlisted the winner of the Panama Open. and Antonio Cerda, one of the out- band is an American citizen.th er oit today "AfterI n the he, de toest n d e
ambassador to Peiping, held following A ugust at Ft. San Jous- standing golf professionals in Latin America, arrived at Tocu- The department announced on.n was over I felt a President yngmanRheortte
rewell reception for Ham- ton, andwas assigned to Europe men early Sunday morning. They will compete In the $7,500 ly yesterday that Americtan of- h cm M t g a s down the law-& fire meanshd --
red d th Pearty- where he was reported AWOL Panama Open tournament starting Thursday at the Panama fials In Hungary were getting of her. But I go it missal, demotion or suspend n th f truth f
oldwere Chou and the four Feb. 3, 1949. It is presumed he fell Golf Club. Left to right: George Makibbin, assistant manager the "run-around" from Red of. for the responsible offers m er
inese officials who parti- into Russian hands about this of Lucky Strike, sponsors of De Vicenzo; De Vicenzo: Anibal -flclal in their efforts to contact "' she even iot up and for the responsible officersItY andhis mother) sake f fo
P ino and utileetiin a time. Macarron, Panama pro: Cerda: Bill Schmin t president of the rt Felda to se a w H un then aht eo a eshethou a t d tyr h tore ef- a md a
chuk a nd Noble. the Soviet U- gary where they had been jail- I might get cold." day in fire-plagued Kores: was a meer to Ma well
_,,_nion said it haa no information ed or more than five years.
on Verdne to offer the United pThe postcards from Mrs. Wal- Mrs. Goldrick said she got A fire which causes death or immediate fam
notte s V t fatnT, dh, tthen hlRussiansg dides For., followed two others sahie "plenty scared" when no onae injury or results in destruction "y other and Marey. are
Positions Vacat de sins dD ulles Fl yed For y- ssng wrote, one on Dec. 22, 1953 which sowed at a.m. to let her of national treasures--dismssl gone from
has encouraged official hope he, arrived in March. 1954, and anoth- out of ja demotion or reduction in pay for As we thig of the m both we
a m aa l C too ill be f freed r written in Feb. which arrived the responsible police and firs ml l they wer, e r uh a.ke-
WaJ'Itewa (8 Theo State Department Is re. N orm al D iplom atic Channels inJune.n in h rivI finally got out at 7:45 when official s.l n e asic
positions luctant to take any swift action She reported she was in pod my editor ca-led for me to come ead asm tlcany whe se
S of 12 positions are pre- In Mrs. Wallach's ase. Although health at that time, asked a out to work," e said. A fire in a national building- small feet and their e.
available in th e Panama she is married to an American t her husband and the children, said "But I made the front page immediate dismissal. card said it was his moth-
rshe hoped "to be out soon." She banner-the first time a society A "small" fire in any area- r who "taught Marilyn to cook
Service according to -the citizen, she is regarded as WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (UP)- rope presumably set up to carry cmaed se s r e n erhevr d e he. a oreian a e an an ca
vacancles contained in the "statelqess." Her husband, Rob- Sen. Styles Bridges (R-N.H.) last out distinct and separate func- complained she was receiving no writer has ever done that here." reduced pay or reprimand for e a
for vacancy bulletin issued ert Walach, and their two chil- night released a staff r e p o r t tions." Ma. police and fire station chiefs. for her baby."
week by the Personnel Bu- dren are living in the Washing sharply criticizing Secretary of me A fire in the home.of any po- Then, the Post said, Sheppard
ton area while waiting for her State John Foster Dulles for o- He said most U. S aid officials Turkey To Get Red Cross W ill liceman, fireman or government added: "They are now apared
vn are in the classified and to b freed ver-emphasizing "personal diplo- in Europe have "a good deal Eemploye means immediate dis- this terrier situation and may be
ted group and five are inthe Wallach recently received a matic channels. more concern for the needs of the L d ME ce B a mlisal. fortuae'
"t group. The positions may postcard from her. She said she countries in which they are sta-Lan Idnes
hI- Illed by transfer of eligible was receiving mail, food a n d The report, which was released tioned than with the returns ac- F_ The annual meetingof theCa-A
oyesanm ppleatons cot ingpackages. She disappear- by Bridges without comment, al- cruing to the United States in From pain al Zone chapter of the Ame-
the ed in Berlin Aug. 26, 1950, whilesasales ters or R ed roshe ld A ce of H itleiw
ment and Utilization Di- sear ing fore of her foster traction of U. S. foreign aid pro-,reliance by the recipients of our VALENCIA, Spain, Jan. 10 Ruesd afternoon, Jan. 25, ate I d
parents ..he"Fields. grams. it urged Congress to wtlaid."(UP) A big shipment of land Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 25, at
The ktate Department asked up a "watchdog" staff to check Imines, the first under the U. S. the chapter headquarters near a
:Vaeancies in the following Moscow about her welfare and U.S. spending and activtiies in Klein also said he found much Offshore Procurement Contract, the ClHi Affairs Building. e ack H om ee
of work are listed in the has buthre Europe. confusion in Europe over t his was scheduled to leave for Tur-. elected, annual reports reviewed
f.a has been no reply. country's foreign policy goals. He key tomorrow.
e dlnt, accounting clerk, u s-nr Boeth Noble au Maruk to The report was written by Brig blamed both o n g r e a smen and The cargo of 42,000 mines will and new bulness, as presented FRANKURT, Germn,
w~uwislng electrical engineer. e- nurse at the Army has- Gen. Julius Klein, an allinois No- administration officials, not -Ingsail at noon aboard an American will be
sical engineer, secretary, tal during- the ir first night of well ticnal Guard officer who main- that statements by senators and military transport. Immnunediately after the general 10 (UP) Former Qerman air air forces of Ialy.
steward inr, y edom they di not aleeu well. tains a public relations o f fIi c e representatives have "profound The mines have been produced meeting, the board of directors see Adolph Galland flew here
S steward t yesterday because the eds here. impact" abroad. entirely in Spain by the private will meet to elect officers for from Argentina last night with He two month, In Italy,
b Ilude: armature wicdr, Twere sko company Cointra. the coming year. reports growing that he will lead retu to Gqrmany where he
include: armature winder, They asked to be given harder He was sent to Europe last fall West Germany s new tactical.air eontinue1 a a Lutthitsa co-
foEnica mechanic, locomotive beds, but they did not press the as a non paid consultant by W- forces eiclot
st, towboat master and complaint when they were a s a non paid consultant by pot
- operator, ed they soon would get used to Bridges, outgoing "chairman of the Galesnd shot down ah reported
-r. such comforts again,' a hospital Senate Appropriations Co m mi t- ed by planthe Allesd warl i"Germany' out of d1935 than Galland afor
spokesman said.a tee, and former Sen. Homer Fer- most distinguished fighter pilt the first time wore its uniform
a TNoble was arrested by the So- guson, chairman cf the appropria- leader," he wa g a general in Hit- as a lieutenant.
Dresden in t t ermalong wIthn his tions subcommittee on Armed ler's Luftwate while still in his
father when they refused to take Services. Ferguson was defeated slender 43, he has spent
from their home. The father was the past seven years in the
released two years ago, but John In announcing Klein'sAgetine as techcal adviser to
I "-- was sent rom Soviet zone camps meit last August, Brdges said ne President Juan Peron's Air
NDN, Jan. 10 (UP)-- Red to Russia. served as defense consultant to o dsre a
hns Marchuk still officially is listed the Republican National Commit. -Wdespread reports el-h that
- announced today it has by the U.S. Army as absent with- tee in 1948 upon the recommen-. 0.lado
to establish normal diplo- dation cf the late Sen Robert A. ersl of the war-time German
" -relations and exchange Taft (R-O.). He is a veteran of Luftwaffe, might get the top job
imubssHdors wiLth Yuoalavis. H d L k (hah0 World War II. In the 80,000-man new German
Sithe news agency broadcast a Klein, who criticized Dulles for Accordin'd to the reports, Gal-
*lm uqee ofcbles g tw e exd Dld T0K going toEuropeso often "to land would control dthe 132
N.of cable betweeC Red nti Pi personally conduct our foreign re- planes to be formed in eonJune-
Bec Premier Chou En-lt an A I laticns," said he observed the tpon with forthiominc German
-v 8tae secretary for (AMIA secretary first hand in Europe rearmament .
Affairs Koca Po-cvie. M i K when the new German rearma- r allmad hm teen flylt -lacB
in agreement followed nego- ment plan was drafted following his teens. At 17 he wUs already
bMo as between the Chinese MUS .EGON, Mich., Dec. 10 collapse of the European Defense well known as a gliding expert
Yugoalav ambassador in (UP)--Mus, on township police Comunity I in a erWmd forbidden to-fly
sad NCNA. ln a dis- said tredy at a husband who .. aiGter Wy War L

Si monitored in London. locks up the telephone every ay: "As admirable as was the part -e was-oe of the oyinal 2
government of the .P.e so his wife will do more house-I he palyed" Klein said, "I feel men selected by Hermnn Goe
'R-public of China and the work is' acting within his own impelled io offer the judgment sin sltd ri H00m a ple-
;'SepUbliC Of Chfinstand the w~z r it e fromm 0,000 appu-
ent of the Federal 'Pe- rights and there is nothing they that it is a mistake to send our ringa.t i n ivilam airline oa
public of Yugohlavia have can do about it. secretary of state to Europe as school to take secret ying
establish normal diplo- Police answered a call from a :often as we have." aour' ftor the tlhen Illegal Ger-
relations between the two"woma who toild them her bus-' IouLIirsesfort. the tnla r
ce and exchange _,ipo fore he went to work every day fairs would suggest that European ...whoha U I...... .....
r a tentative e .with. t She wanted to know im f they co Rstatesmen fad their way to o arl .WRu
hen her"..ufwho had trianed in undercover
of ambassador," NCNA hel herb shores in periods when they feel O ads a otvse futuel.
ire enough, the officers found a need for consultation with the Olllandd other future Lu
from Chou t. Popovic the phme loked in a heavy wood- head of our diplomacy to be. waffe a ~ ved t ogruel
Chinas welcomed the oen b-ox. pressing." I g hf t tgat-a awO
.f t Ames of .We- The weman, said her husband air astnear MI amh aid
"WarM pce andme s-- thought Was s too Klein also said there has been thW.r 1 a
mu.ch m e teh q and to much by-passing of regular sab I
wasn't 'ough bouiework. diplomatic channels with "'direct __nltiEbi Iaiuzsammm lbi m
o'I-t wa V41e -firs time we a= aches to Washington or by .. .. Lt- -he L,-a- L .- ,or w Wa b -
t3@A 1'lOES visited t oh me," rae officer waiting for the arrival a special' -. .i ) a this
LO W ed up her, a A, rulg to: S. o rted man complaints boat i power leftEIn which the 10 m an from the pringewe "
ft.PMAm.,eenp"r"uc 'about of ffots -Ma vlce about 175 miles off the Bermudia co"". Poa-F Fi-1 "
A-- ti.. ...me vi Sht t.hlmog Ame*n agencies in au- Photowatakenisvisibleat...
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