The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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y. Sece r y PC __Bajr American From Siberian flave Camp RP Assembly To Be r r
ly secretary, DPBoardSays Stalin's Son in Lubi"nka Jail Asked To ProlongE enemy F ore
nbers Arriving Here Today ERLINJan. UP -last days of World War said Emergency20 Days
e r erican released by the Rus life in Russa is so grim that President Jose R. OuIado an-
ns last Saturday said today ll prisoners hope for war. "Half" nounced in a nationwide broad-
retary. Robert T. 0olf club grounds tomorrow at on the Isthmus, having arrived Vassily Stalin, son of t h e the people outside the prison al- cast last night that the new
okholder of. the 4:30. l9at week to confer with Gov. Soviet premier, is reported so hope for a war to liberate treaty between the United States
Co.' ls scheduled The Army Secretary is respon- Seybold, president of the comrn- d in Lubianka prison in Mos- them, Noble added. and Panama will be signed here __
e CMal Zone at sible for supervising Panama n and a member of tre board The 33-ear-old son of 8 t a lI n Jan. 25 by Panama's Forein *
,w Canal operations. Stevens also f directors, in preparation for rose rapidly in the Air Force Minister Ricardo Arias and te
will visit military installations in e January session. According John H. Noble, American civi- while his faster was alive and United States Ambassador to
e members of the the zone, an announcement from to a resolution approved at the n who was held by the Rus- became commander of the Air Panama, Selden Chapin. | s J ||| | || IWIml
sectors of the com- Washington said. October meeting of the board pans for nearly 10 years, s a.i. d Force for the Moscow district.mN r N r a
driving tonight by Stevens Is accompanied by the January meeting will be held owners sent to the Soviet slave But since his father's death, President Guizado also an-
r United States and Master 8gt. William H. Johnston. Annually in the Canal Zona. bor area in Vorkuta told him a- young Stalin has disapp ear ed. nounced that there would be no
of the board and Jr., Fort McClellan, Ala., who The agenda for this week's bout Vasilly's imprisonment. There have bqen a number of re- immediate changes n his cabi- ---
i directors'are ar- was selected as an "outstanding meeting is considered the most `.Noble, whose home is in De- ports that he has been imprison- net. A i '
ow aboard the Pan- enlisted man." He will serve as extensive ever to be planned for troit, Mich., said chances of a re- ed. by the Malenkov regime. SAN JOSE, Cbsta Rica, Jan. 11 (UP) Ee
ow aoarthe Secretary's enlisted aide. La single quarterly session, and yVlt in the Arctic slave labor Nobe said Pvt. William T. Mar- Meanwhile, informed sources an enemy force aor reported to have crossed ti e
ny officials will at- Due to arrive tonight are: will include a number of major Amps "are very great. chuck, 38, of Brackenridge, Pa., said today that the National As- Rican border in th i La oca r t s
ntel meeting of Robert P. Burroughs of Man- considerations affecting the "Only a spark is needed to set who was released with hin Sat- sembly would be asked to pro- in ,h i Vicinity Of Lake .Nicragot 1i|
ch will be conven- chester, N. H., who was appoint- company's future operations. revclt off," he said. urday, told im he was sized by long the present state of emer- ing and captured 'Quesada, a village in the pOvin
rd room of the Ad- ed to the board recently to suc These include the assumptions the Russia when he g drunk agency, with the accompanying C l-
d at Balboa ceed Karl R. Bendetsen,, on which the company's operat- Noble said at a press conference in East B Marchuk charg- suspension of certain civil rights, Son Carlos, 40 miles north of here.
BuildingGov. Glen Edg rton, in budget for fiscal year 1957 that in July 1953 about 100,000 ed with be absent with t leave for 10 or 20 days more to fact- Communicatins with Quesada are cut
Thteodore H Maennee. .v twill be based, of. the 500.000 prisoners held in from his Aftny unit since eb. 11, litate investigations into the Government for .c hat li *"L
lated to be Arriving tomorrow on .These assamptions Involve the Vorkuta slave labor area re- 1949. Jan. 2 racetrack assassination of ent rces ve not yet estblhed
be ehibition golf Panama Lin are: George formsting of future levels.of vlted and 710 were shot by A sp A spokesman id he President Jose Antonio Remon. with the invaders.
row afternoon at Roderick, tamli seceta~IOpration In an the company's iards. is being tained" In thu Army
r Golf Club. Ar- the Army andt lviti, baud on such fac- ,He expressed the belief that ho a wtere hes wde~ The investigators were joined The Ministry of Public Security today bi re
have been made board of directs, John W. as projected traffic, pro- revolt was or g a n i z ed by phyal elimination. Arm offi- last nlh two New York City ing volunteers to patrol this capital city.
and Brig. Gen. tvn. Forward L~eteramn, fo r .r actions of economic levels and yards of the MVD (Soviet secret iaid he will be cou-mar- detects, acting Lt. Mario du C ta Rica s o army.
eed to arrive by Gov. Julian L. c h 1 e y ad s.lry and wage varations, ce) lcyal to Lavrenti Berla, td Bouchet, a native of Costa Rica
om Albrook to the Charles S. Ree$I. Also aboard e changes in general company- was executed by the regine oble paintedd a pleture Oof a knd has been on the N.Y. police Named as.4hief of the recruiting office was Ber
88P anamamIs Lt. CoL. M .a government programs, levels PremieriGeorgi M. Maleneiz bardlf e onh force 101/ years, and detective do Montes de Oce, presently ambassador to Nice
S milita r a... t. to of e.mploy n t In other gov- T .he American, who ^was seized Ad force labor at temperwes Joseph Cancbiro, a native Mof Ban pres ty mlor t N r
SI l the assistant rotary of a e ermnent agencies in th Canal his father in Dresden in the of 40 degrees below zero in' Juan, Puerto Rico. Alfonso Ort Urbio, NicaragIn charge d
W. l Whitman. secretarVo ftln I every po ebl edae-. "The life was so bhard Both have had extensive ex- here who was deF ed "persona non gra" aftwr
t I .a r. the Panama a.. Co., already is The board s also expected to F ma noha Jurvvhed Ihad erience in homicide cases. Cn- e4 Coa R WQJ experiencing IMter unrest fw
LW s -nude eports on the Paansa Ed5m a stel8 e been uy an neal ,"h.. chiro has been witl. the police from is
Line, "financing recently- int ite indtis 0 ye s. .o. ,ng.
,ne benAtwholil 1tllthn t h 0A'ee tnr Ricw bassador Antonio Foci
Mudnaw l. b dAs.My.e, fors n 4te ctcn I. nstee
b-*nIc 11 (II P) fhjAsks h i DI A T Cash I prE "M f 00 he urn A tight curtain s er- fre dfin tpnye tsrd
S'My oa,." United ft-nouncileoftthei ;,
.. UP) c a f, -h ny ,"nn"Two ilgakept;e g... ..ed -nh 'the investigation

Ao re vi, n the *i C 0 W Vallart*o has a* tIo tho.hemispher pec d and sked 'r te
.ni-t^ .e for^ re in .ste Guy Bur as and "I l ot s~rI about thiS," he nounced the ening of a cen- ...t
on in 1952 RAM e p to postal for incrt, M Dn, the Bri tltdeiplomi said, "but t ee b g an oftce for the rcelpt of any Speric action in the isput.
15-year .sean0 Cdcm t
hi r" st o izati r'nefiatsl and sff torimopo and progratsh, re o f s B vanished 3 years ago. nor as nt a orsaton citizens nay have ,heOA8 council has played distinguished statensan
of a b ri-Fas cint o 1 benfis ioff a sufficentpow-e4 council- rhr nso
was "pured patriots" Mld "al- Mr. Eisenhower said twin emergency dams .at the locks Col. J. R. Bassett, father-in-law t d does not need such a large lfering on President Remon's uttil tomorrow a decision on ad denounced the a
reacted solely against Commu-n mEages to Congreu. t the and completion otthe deepening of Burgess disclosed last night assassinatlorn. This office is In whether Costa Rica is threat- pon of Presldent Figueres .
onlam." e o e, d for years out mail rate ase be of Crstobal harthat Burgess' mother had receiv- said tber- 'be some 500,000 e national, gymnasium, near ened by invasion from neigh-
m. of Astevlle, C the public hlterest" to ui S ed-a second Christmas message ers in 150' i~fUferent camps the Central Police Station. boring Nicaragua. e said Ulate accused
e osl, efficient srte of' Task ttit Ifrom her son. Both were mailed n Vorkuta and "not less than The council must decide whe- rem of close relations with
The high course reusalto fice t. and pay Londn but apparently were brought 506" of the prisoners are foreign- other an invasion threat es meem an ai
consider pelley's tempt to clear raise bo essential "to the here through some secret pipeline. ers eat and, if so, whether the ueres did not end a iret n.
his name was contained In furthement of the fed- Tr 2 tish security officials were fQreign ministers of the West. ttlve to the 10th Inter-
brief order. .. .er 3 *oe." er 2 rish security o ils er .__ __n s e tro
brief order. med ral ce." trying to find the pipeline for L S CUrnbres era hemisphere should be call- can conference in Caracas
In his appeal, Pelley claimed In to make the Post they knew that a system tht ArC ree Show ed on to deal with it. March
that numerous errors had been Offic ment self-suport- At could smuggle in letters would T
commttd at trial federal hoer opposed smuggle out Important informa- Fr0 To rn Xmas The o e aneiro treaty The council took ormal noe
district court at Indianapolis. He that t rates on e first A task unit of x U.S. Navy tion. Both Christmas messages of 17 stipulates that all for Costa Ric's changes and
said the prosecution had threat- three mail be Increas- .hips traniti the canal tod were mailed in seedy sections of A Trees Mondoy Amercn states must come to quesed the governments -t
ended one of his defense attor- ed. spell out the ac- fr Crist6bal berth at the Londonmes docks. the a of a member which both nation to adopt all m
neys, the late Oscar F. Smith, tual r increases. He said Naval Station at Rodman for The matsdsappearance A ehbt Florida The Las Cumbre annual victim of external a. aures tney may onder e
with the deportation of Smith's ~ gene soon will two days. rMay, 1, baled the bhest pli O auctecture open tomor- Christmas tree burning, post.- guposion. essay to prevent any act which
alien wife f the attorney "did sub raise the rates The ships h a complement hurried .-Amercan confer- rw in the of Engineer- poned last week due to Presi- The council delayed a deci- ght aravate the r
not pull his punches." The Jus- to "moeM able levels." hBriiddn.-AlericaUncoerer
twice Department labelled his Howeer admijnatin board ences to etermine whether they rof dent Remon's death, will be t ates to on
charge "an Incredible aus- standohas -that cent co hecrried valuabte sen The Wlt n Ctba allow its representatives to con
charge "an incredible a- atand h -that .a cen The unit arrived In Cr crets w rried valuable se- hi b j jointly spon- held this saturday at 7 p.m. at sult with their home govern. Appealing for immediate co
tion." postage on t-6f- m this morning en te from Nor- crets wh them sored F the sity of Pan- the clubhouse, ments. It also will hear at that i action, said "the
-- should be ^d to^eo centsi folk. Va.. to W(t Coast ports. Burgess, a Far Eastern expert am aSI the tion of Ar- te carua's full answer to I ed On ly

aInaps Today iro stU-rte planw oma Cnoa ports uanNcrgu'utnomt aeathte l t
SPElect o y postal rt was ori knuwn dn t a where he wa ed the foreign office's American seed Sa and are oised on ts bor-
"take steps necessary to pr-e ne h mmea d aten toe aOn I

SmendaUon t the SSd class attack cargo .ips U Mar- tion. ta S- & Army's of withdrawal. There s m or ve countries represent opposing. po- peace.
About 655 passenger aved rate on newspapers and ma- quette, and S Rolette, the Diplomatic sources were convinc- De pull hope i n te siuatin than there l t views and have
thas morningeaboard.f n c bl nes should be Increafed until amphibious force flag ship U88 ed they were in Communist hands, interesting e of modern
land-JtmerlcanLine crulm ship such matter makes.safir and Mt. Olympus, the USe Navarro. probably In Moscow, possibly in arcistedture, will be free their annual. election of of fic- s gro f
ew Amsterdam.revenue ontrbuon to po n a t t a c aport and the some other satellite c a i t a 1.befre. Our ability to bloall visitorsckJanuary 19 ers.tedor months. Nic all ove aragua Costa Rica cnt

Ase i f a l t ans" and aake any ag- aggresaon is greater. We have recently claimed a group from such a threat exists. -
SPana Cit a been Mr. S isenhower rcom endedpeedtr ports USS Lan- Prague, Czechoslovakia, was the ope*Iy engaged In training or has ted

in A w-t crragBHchltai d h ipe. W can c a a S: be atemen to heI reern ffllx--
b to he tourst' s, that the osln raeomkn inca ssb T USe lohamkin. name most frequently considered. an jvaslon of our territory' of 'advertirers" which "e
-- planned for the .t t. that the postal rate Ge Wlam He CO- t ten y co l y e ay, Ncaragan the chief osethesbe
Aboard the cruiser is a ape- regarded as tentative dpending ng officer of t Marii ette and i n Sept., 1, when MCle an's n ador Ouermo evillao Nic decl
p lan fpr ar tyf. lboMarsuey t nd- That seculatalo w ashoenhManeafunO e apros of fortui n e have t e-ri and b rO I
e party of about 10 general nreon eth tsent commisohander of the task unit, is merican-brn wife Melinda, bundil- pur ed frm S
-a will' shop and whih wOUl haY the aZ .~wty recently a memberr of the staff train in thezerand and disaP hI ora would ready to attek by boa Under the hemispr

A tie llrf o f fusia in makS iz poadland def diapr opea-
si h ted Theav he i to prescribe u p rbroa of the cmmser-in-clef of ed as completely as the diplomaUts.A gg reess purrased romui.' rand, theen oe yb
S i aie r t datno r the arb mmand. The train's deltinaticu was Prague. mloaragua has denied such member naona rqur to
s "sELBrV mernrnea y rJan. stead o merely in terms government ofthe two er action to block
S-or e s ) S. Army's of withdrawal. Tbe i s m aoreCOuN representopposingp-peace.
oeeS v o hepparw atomic sP 3L lpons wll en- hope in the situation than there litlcSl views and have been
able it to "earu~ s e fsight to the was before. Our ability to block feudin for months. Nicaragua Costa Ria
a i lans" and "4ake any ag- aggression is greater. We have recent claimed a group from such a threat
r think t before attack- something now that will m a k e Costa Rica tried to assassinte He also asserted th
oWilia. .H conm-the l to e enemy and any- o10 l yesterday, Nicaraguan the chief of the
madero.S.Troops one .cotemplating.magmessaon ssador Ouillermo SevIf c a
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Labor News



He'll EdtltodLikeIt!

IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN an old miner has just been i
abandoned. The two key men in
John L. Lewis' dream of millions'
11L: L OA cheering him again in a latter- .
day crusade, have left him. He
F I 0 "A is a lonely giant as he saunters
towards his 75th birthday next
month which his lieutenants
The Mail Box is h open forum for readers of The Panama American. once had hoped to turn into an
I are received g otefully and are handled in a wholly confidential historic celebration if their chief
f. Ihad had armies of men instead
If yes contribute letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appear the of phantoms behind him.
doy. Letters are published in the order received. Not cnly have the other gie are plans to
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. left him, but there are plans to
identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. cut him down like a beanstalk. .
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions All this you could have heard
a'useed In letters from readers. behind the closed doors of a series
V0 OfWashington meetings a few
OPNdays ago. T he first was a session
OPEN LETTER TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS held quietly by the two powerful
lalbr chiefs with whom John Lewis
SWith the help of a new racket the financial condition of the had hoped to launch a new feder-
0lnamia Canal Company should be in excellent condition. The ation of labor and sweep the na- k
mpany has savdd thousands of dollars during the past two tion. -
Ia rslby having employes assume extra-dutles with out pay. A "'"
Eie of 'acting" is used and one questions the legality of having_ The steelworkers' David Me- '--
*11 service employes in an acting capacity for as long a period Donald and the Teamsters' David
two years. Beck conferred in the Woodner
The Community Services Bureau has almost every employee! Hotel last Wednesday. This time
e acting Some of the gains have been given back to employes they did not invite John Lewis.
the form of rent reduction. Where is the balance? -They did, however, sign a mutual
.J)oes this method of economy meet with your approval, mem- assistance pact binding togeth-
ra, ,the board? er for mutual protection and fu.
The Inquirer ture drives the steelworkers 1,.
..i B t 250,000 members and the team.
sters' 1,500,000.
B eOat Obviously they did not love John
Planned last week's session) as
hL. in December (when they

r Atom Bomb General's Remarks satemenhhid in wh lat a s e ion
The Britishntewasin replyto But this -Was only the beginning
ON, Jan. 11 (-UP) -TThe he British ncte was in reply to of John L.s isolation and troubles.
States and Britain bluntly a Soviet nQte of Dec. 17 which Two days later, Beek's most pow
F Bussia today the Sovi. charged that "American military erfhulcolleague,'the Midwest team -
isted remarks by an Amer, air bases bave been set up on stersleder, Jimmie Hoffa, flew II
Air Force general in a pro- English territory on wnich are into Washington. His mission was EIs hoA w Ord Fe ln f hfips
arguing he had atom bombs stationed airplanes intended foritheilaunching of a dre to push en ow er e oi
d ready to pound targets in an atomic attack on the Soviet jnhn Lewis back into the coal "
from British bases. Union. fields and right out O all other
Foreign Office announced the Soviet charges were basedareas in which the miners' c" e By Pet Eds
Sfirmyr rejected, in a hot on British press reports indicat- has been seekingeto bul a tnew B
more ended to the So- ing Stevensen said he had atom labor empire o tugboat hands -
argesdeiveedDec. 17 a- Sevenson didn't road buders and construction WASHINGTON -(NEA)- Offi world's business and professional Th first three American to re
s statements to newsmen byD The British note said that as a Obviously cers and a group of the students people., es ceive fellowships are:
Air Force Gen John D. result of inqries, "Her as aObviously this must have hadlof the new "Eisenhower Exchange Mr. McCabe's idea was that pri- Theodore S. Repplier, Wa g
son, commander of the at- ty's Government wish to inform sensive es n are scheduled ate business had a direct respond ton, president, Advertisg e
g 49th Air division. itne Soviet government that Gen. thms that m nn any tocall at the White House Jan. 11 sibility in this field. Unless free of America. He will study or
r rejection was being Stevensons remarks have e e ng a ttem t in to set inmate he's for first report on how their world training for leadership were nation programs in Japan Hong
to Russia by the U-or misquoted and misrepresented iteamsptersunion or t heals c the Teie setting al o The tl ere never could be kong, India, Thailand and Italy,

eti note that tevenson the press, Gen. Stevenscn explain- the giant union itself. So he would tio' of a relatively new foundation acquaintances. Thomas J. Watson eane, to' study investment bank-

tWhsh note was offWcially note said. employedminers to work onvbud cial work in the U.S. a nd three to of $500 apiece. Some gave oly t
le ..I ......n.eatitev sd that the 49th A r Divisioniwas n ot move without first l consulting hAmricangt, oPres rt a oa Inte Ae wati vonaeBu asoni era, Tive steiners renitin .

S relatolerhns between they w aoed tofuheand ii r e '| aei1c9 fselolships have chin es tn anssder a f years c cgton, Fed.
tind ..ielr some two and a half r'Ytears go This means that Bee o approved ssorsen e ntl its o artists fo brigorei xe t m er s h te .S Sa
Briased i." for the purpo of enforcing the Hoffa drive to contain Lewis, eo Tmance committee. In little more eraResere Board staff, to study
eethe ompany similar protest tornero ......... 105,-00 box"fwhehand trak-- fil...... kes ..o a mae atio of the.. w... iv than a year, he had pledges from central banking methods in west.

a e is purely fensive." N A TO'sese- totetia te h sewhho bsedgt ath Eisenhower fews re to b cans gav' Pre businessmen fo r an aver spe ial problems and needs.
F- .. amidn. flemApoyed ai Les t? botk carefully olectedd youig business I.s Whppp..g big 63rd birthday Among the first Eisenhower fel-
sh note was officially a d i lo executives 25 t 40 years old party at Here. Some gave ot. 14r lows now in the U.S. ar:
He said that the prime pur g construction and toll roads emottrated- ability and a 953, Mr. McCabe and his asso- Akhiury Sitanath India Amr.

h Nai o ne w oio And e motn Crops etd Hioth ah os In promising future in the field oeaeds spe out thei r anto ican raiway operation method.
Sa e i itheu.d .o m r ih ae 4 lt other countries' greatest need. the President. They asked p ce. The foreigners receiving the
r l the r oi ofo h bVeh iomn utc l e wf J le r Each i reo g a yes traininte mission to cait$325,000 cl ise senhow er fellowships are select.
Bal -e hot. r. f broe- f r was rone toe De 1ournish ecan i Th a cebrers uton, ewa bodtecarpentsas is triedo erdev opmet .

l, e in, t -oan.tio yo3s.-- s hwe ihwar to. oe J. adhe eniw.nte practical, day-toashiy expengence inj mte to his contributions as soldier, private business promotion.s

d R en oer saltes manage r The Agriculture Department today cu ingr aros l iut i s tar- h experience fellowships than ab- to bring foreign experts to mer- grams. te S.
W. Standard Oil S. A., estimated the size of the esi 5s ien ito staTes indin o strait scRolaersips rThis cae ts c dea fr advanced study. President Enrique A. Edwards Chile, U.
Sthc company began oper orange crop at 130,075,000 boxes' lsttegya a ranaupnabudget o a m afestation of the new private EtWsenhower thought tat gave the S. labor and trade associations.

Svice president by the board and a recorid-high. Tose.T aa wh omb v y ou boffh statesmashi r whch ste Po- ea gave re anything could be toernatioal investment banking.
San c was ea ated the grapefruit harvest at and ewived The idea for t sho wer Ex- fore broadened to provide fellow- gineeing teaching mnthds. '
Sdt of the r aion o 44,120,000 boxes, down two million and conferred shawn t hold chloe r eoshipn es orgte hip rgships for American b research Suleymang Demirel, Turkey dec.
aeb as semae o boeeies from i, Dec 1 forecast t o with Thoa McCbe, presi- abroad. Then it was in business e tri c rpowersdevelopment

boa rd Inpa tiis a d nine Per cent below last sean. T re w e r e aen a n H d e to f S ot Pap Co. S e ti me e andqu a rt e erse i ecen ty
e sth ey ratea orehis Wa shin bMve d froM Harvardto N as t bi SnForm oa

ApilF hoewlco ne Te drop in the grapefruit ftore- y ougr amindles affolue dyse or l id Teah a n on
member of the board aotshowedrupein l..ower est e ethebos nlea twis h thea irman fthes Fed.'er ork. idwint.ThGsnask mdeWcentr Mal mandc ma lb, ankitng

Sa ermt ted ous t au h iusmtsies, Reserve Board, Mr. McCabe took president and J. Hampton Barnes Bachelor fc ows get $400 a.
so standard Oil, S. A., estimated Athe sizona ofutputhe 1954-55g to all states, bindtingl abor strct scholarships. This back con executive directrdvanced study. Phe Board of month plus traveled mards, Chile, U.
Ceebca m e asso iate m onteofaFl ah'soestim ateorieajugge ,na -t the t -am s r .

ahas been ectedrida rop was est at caledwv doio& statesmanshit which the Presi- try where anything could be international investment banking.d they
The crop reporting compard esti- closelyrganzad knew of his meeting ldoer relationses hilyamong the f ree ned.nt in American busin there. Jcse P. de Fri r w ives alone, en-

;n _%&._ h.. inin.aA.. n W ,mz% 4 ,-9., ,-v.- ..N," .a rmYher iesaon. I

when no joined an z oo 500,000 la t month. A three mil.
any in the United state lion bo50o0 wa,0 0 mc0s t h r It was obvious ls past "week
2A He advanced through Arizona, down 500,000 from e arund that with Beck, n teamstersip
managerial posts and member. Estimates for other states r-- t .
1 Joined the marketing remained unchanged. would b dynamo-ed by. Hoffa l
tion depart me n t o The Florida lime crop estima coming months. This means that
Oil (N.J.). From 1950 fell to 380,000 boxes compared with Hoffa will be the push behind the
Aib he was deputy market* last month's forecast of $200,000 jat tean.sters-meatcut-,
advisor for the Western 0 box er The Calif e a l. ters Wuon drive for hundreds of
-ere, prior- to jn mn c.. rop .imate remained u thousands of new members first
anli jrp es r n n-Iin Indiana Wsconsin andMin-
Stand-rd Oi lnHavana. changed at 14,600,00 boxes. n Ioand ten crss te rest
lAnswer to Pvous u L t0 rw. .w.. Pu" ln --of the land.
biwAnswer to PreviousPunle, It will beHoff&who will spark

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I Luggage
I Western state
3 Not traveling N
4 Odor t
5 Co mfort H i I-
6 Eats away
7 Corded fabric M A.a
8 Shipping
1"uly 26 Boadiea's 41 Heates
10 Astringent people 42 Guide
11 Disorder 27 Honestly 43 Noun ending
17 Showed 28 City in 44 Solar disk
disfavor Pennsylvania 46 Insect eggs
19 French city 29 Headland 47 Cry of
23 Opponent 31 More senseless bccehanals
24 Clenched hand 33 Sound 48 Obligation
25 Passage in 38 Fancy 50 Distant
the brain 40 Turn outward prefixx)
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the joint teamaters-CIO retail
union drive for whlte edlar work.
ers. And Hoffa will braintrust the
joint membership campaigns of
the teamsters and the bakers and
the others I've mentioned above
in heavy construction.

This means that across the law
in '55 we will see Hoffa's orga
izing legionls take on owners
truck firms from the Gulf of Me
ico to Hudson Bay up Canad
way. And the owners of cannerie
frozen fcod plants, packing house
bakeries, food processing plan
and auto salesrooms.
So John L. Lewis has not on
lost his fellow giants, but a bras
young man has moved in an
stolen his dream of empire.

U.S. Mail Sets
New Xmos Record
For Efficiency
- Americans mailed more let
ters and packages during th
past Christmas season than eve
fore, the Post Offlee Depart
ment announced today.
The department said the 10M
Christmas mall was 2 per oa
higher than the 1961 maltai. 2
added that for the eond y
lunlug, "little or no Cbrlith
mall was stacked in 04- om.
undenwied on ChzrtaM W
anywhere In America."
Postmaster General Arthur 2
tum m r M mai d t h e
Memt mte ebinOy !L W
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Walter Winchell In New York

LOVS LETTER .iage again until I'm at least 50."
This is awfully short notice, Vic.
So seldom love finds time to ---
speak A 17th Precinct detective work-
That now I tell. you this: ing on a midtown robbery inter-
Between your going and return, viewed the victim. "How long do
From kiss to urgent kiss, you think it will take before you
I die a little death each day, catch the thief' she asked. .
And every dusk regain "We don't solve these things
My own immortality: like 'Dragnet' in half an hour,
My amulet lor pain lady," he said. "We have no prod-
Only your toueh. Remember uct to sell.'
This promise on our star: ---- -
There is no beauty aI the world Some comics were talking shop
For me, but where you are... at the Si Bon. "I wouldn't said
-Eleanor Alletta Chaffee one "wanna be in a spot like
*.-- Berie, worrying about losing his
Headlined story from the Asso- sponsor to Gleason." -
ciated Press: 'N. Y.: Jennifer "I wouldn't wanna be T a spot
Jones Hides After Flop. After like Gleason," rejoined another,
'Portrait of a Lady folded Christ- "worrying about Berle stealing
mas night, its star, Jenhifer Buick back'
TJ.-. I h 1.-.--.

.ouis, wu o. umaue ner Broadway -
s bow in the play, went into hiding." Movie critic Bosley Crowthor
o Hiding? She st in the 2nd row (reviewing "Country Girl") shcw-
--one seat off the aisle, with her oaf'd: "Gene Reynolds as a back-
husband in front of us at the stage myrmidon."
biggest opening of the Broadway He means a cop.
season, "The House of Flowers." -*
-- In Sardia some showfolks were
From Ben Gross' radio teevy chatting about the wedding (very
col'm: "Most press releases end soon) of dramatic critic G. J.
in the waste basket. But not-the Nathan and actress Julie Haydon.
publicity handout sent to this of- "I guess," onb said. "Julie will
p) lice to ballyhoo 'Favorite Farm give up her career."
t- Daughter.' It was a basket of "Any chance,' almost wept an
Sluscious L. I. potatoes and brussel actor, "Nathan will give up his?'
or sprouts, which I promptly ate!" -
t- Silly boy. You gotta cook 'em Pufflicity: Deborah Kerr's re-
first! cipe for insomnia: "I drink a warm
H -- can of beer and read a e-ld book."
t Headline: "Arthur Godfrey and Cracks like that p me awake!
tFriend Buy Miami Hotel." ---
. Giving him a place to stay whn Like many actresses, Gladys
he buys the City. George (who died recently) was
-- I known fo belbn "I stage" all
P be eyebrow raiser in Oej the time. OMa -l Minet inter-
* Arthur Godfrey to-doodle is the. viewer wondered about bhr four
mp ee who quit with the ex- marriages. "What made you
San that he "etuldn't s. change husbands so often?"
by earning $250 weekly." "I wasn't chasing husbands,"
reminda us of one of our edited Gldys."I was change
Favorites: "The estimate of a fair audlemes.
.. .. o whether yw 'r ---

the girl in every movie."
Oh, buy a cabin
From E. V. king's colyum:
"To keep a husband bappy a wife
must continually vamp and mother
him. So claims an expert on life
amcng the married Keep it in
mind, lady. When you get your
husband alone start to vamp him.
Turn the charm on. feature
provocative perfaesss, plunging
necklines_ etc. al goo-goo eyes
at him. However, don't f-get to
mother him. At breakfast is a
good time for that Tickle him
tenderly under the chin and say:
'Does mama's cute tsy-bitsy boy
want some more reaem In his
coffee, doshim?' "
Put down that typewriter, E.V.,
and come along quietly.
News Im: "Mste with meals
aido laan."

Item: "Abbott and Costello are
makids their 40th S in 15 years
and a*s have itad aeoney. They've
provided lots at laughs, too."
We should hope so.
When Durgesi dth was in
"Teahouse" recently, his tiny
daughter watched' hm perform
from tU wlngs on aiht.




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WASHINGTON-A former Call-
fornia judge omuitted suicide association with these two lobby.
the other day leaving a mute ists, he issued a statement deny.
note which points to the need of ig only one thing-that he now
another Kefauver crime investlia occupied offices with them...True.
tion. ,' v iga- s indicated in the earlier column,
Such an investigation is not like. he moved out of the joint office
ly to take place.for the reason that with the lobbyists a few months
Kefauver's colleagues don't, want ago when he decided to run for
to give the lanky senator from speaker.
nnessee another sounding board The important fact, however, is
which might boost him toward the not where Smith has his office as
presidency. However, here is the of today, but where he was during
amazing story of what is Mnhappn.the years when he was s = =as
Jng in the world of big liquor, big to be working for the op.of
lobbying and big politics in Cal.I Calfrnla in t legislature, though
fora. at the -same time shared o00es
For years, Artie Sa mish, rotund, with two top lobby/Its." .
affable fixer for the liquor in s-' Is connection with rce-ck
try was more powerful with thelobyst. Garibaldi is ep in-
legislature than the governor of. terestig. .
Callornia, according to no less; One year ago the ellywood
than Chief, Justice Earl Warren, Race Track, which Judge Gartdl.
who used to be governor. That is, dl represents, gave a pry --,-r
he was all powerful until Kefauver local California asem nImeai'-
came out to California, called free lunch, free drinks and ~ day
Samish to the witness stand ex- at the races. Lobbyist Garibaldi
posed his income tax finagling, was in charge. Assigned the job
after which Samish was convict, of standing at the gate with a
ed. clipboard to check visiting assem-
Despite this, the big lobbying job blymen in, and tell them Where
he did for the liquor industry con. to go for their drinks, was none
tinued. The beer barons and whis- other than the candidate for
ky moguls merely swapped lobby, speaker cf the California House
ists. They continued to operate a of Representatives, H. Allen
huge slush fund to elect polite Smith.
cians, influence legislators and When lobbyist Garibaldi was
dominate the state of California. asked why Assemblyman Smith
Ex-Judge Leonard Wilson who was at the gate with a clipboard,
committed suicide last month, was he replied: "Mr. Smith is working
a director of the slush fund, of- for me."
ficially called the "Spirits Founda-
tion." Thus Assemblyman Smith not
Before he committed suicide, only occupied joint offices with
Judge Wilson had gone to see At- lobbyist Garibaldi, but appeared
torney General Pat Brown,- to to be working for him at the race-
whom he made some amazing track luncheon.
revelations regarding pay-ffs and His vote, therefore, on race-
backstage operations inside the track legislation, is interesting.
liquor cabal. It's to be found in the California
Assembly Journal, 1953, pages
: WHO GOT THE MONEY 492 8. 4930, which show that an
amendment to assembly bill l1M
Partly as a result, a San Diego was offered to increase the state
grand jury has subpoenaed the tax on race tracks. o
books cf the liquorjobbying "Spir- On the amendment, Assembly-
its Foundation, and has unearth- man Smith,, who shared offices
ed some interesting payments, with lobbyist Garibaldi and help-
Here are some of them: ed him entertain at the race trak,
I To Goodwin Klight, now gov. voted "no." e
irnor, then lieutenat. governor All this illustrates -the problem
- a campaign 'contribution of which confronts not merely the
1 O. N state of California, but many oth.
3,00o the Governor Knight dinner er states. Because state legisla-
emmittee, Feb. 11, 1954-82,500. tures are more and more betoino
A To Fred Howser, then attorney ing the- tool cf the lobbies. Nothing
general of California and the would" contribute so much to clean
man who sued me for libel when government these days as a' CoB-
I accused him of taking a. bribe gressienal investigation 'df the
(a jury found I told the truth) manner in which the big lobbies .
5,000. -the race tracks, the quotr in-
To the Jefferscn-JAckson Day dustry, the gas and oil industry-
4inner, 1954-45,000. are subsidizing, directly or indi-
To the Civic Research Pre- rectly, the party p a id members
$3,000. (This was the orgartlk- of state legislatures.
tion which published "Billion-
Dollar Blaekjack," the book by M,, A..
the equalibton board amb c a t n "
official wM 'jbiob tt was toA&ass e o' bor
on licensescr to the liquor kindul, or, AlabT si *
try. Yet the publishers of t hs 1 w u VU Ui E l
book received $3,000 from the
liquor industry.) To End Januar
played the field. They supported
Democrats and Republicans alike. MONTGOMERY, Ala.,, Jan. U
And it was significant that the (UP)-Gov Gordon Persons to-
check to the Democratic dinner day ordered Nationdl Guardsmen
boie a notation at the Wo ts to withdrawn from Phenix City at
".P. Calhoun-Bonelll."-- Calhoun midnight, Jan. 17 to end almost
was the secretary of the liquor six moths of mtary control in
slush fund; whileBoneli, as above the rmer cing Alabma sin city.
noted, was the duly elected officer Persons issued a prclamationo
of the state of Californasuppt checksed rescinding City another order thanf July
liquor licenses yet who was play- law enforcement functions in Phe-
aid ball with the liquor lobby. sg-snix City and Russell CounAtty.ty to
niftuantly, It was onlyD. Gafteribaldi, reg inee Atinlbert L. Puard.son was ll
liquor lobby had contributellywood $5 By his a gactinn, Personstycleared
000 to the Democrats that Bone to climway for incoming Gov. James
received the Democratic arty'sE.and corruption in the city o

with Walter ttle, lobbyist for the The greatest war on crime in
endorsement. Hitherto he h a d tion he may find necessary in re.d and
been a Republican. sgard to enforce ing law in Penis a
Personsissued a proclamstioit
Other signfi recent checks were Phenixst AtCitya little morethana
paid by the liquor lobby slush month after Statell CounAtty. Gen-noffials
sund to James D. Garibaldi, reg- inee Albert Fuller and Patterson was kll-
istered lobbyist for the Hollywood ed in a gangland-style shooting
Race Track. They ranged up to to climax years of lawlessness
$5.000.When this column called vice and corruption in thPacityterso
it wato Judge Garibaldi, along some 23,000 population
with Walter Little, lobbyist for the The greatest war on crime in
Southern Pacific and Union Pa- Alabama history, followed and
"I'c railroads. who long occupied wag capped by the return of first
law offices.with Assemblyman H. degree murder indict me n t s a-
Allen Smith. recently pulling wires ganst Atty..Gen. 8i Garrett and

ion to Assemblyman Smith's long death.

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Siaids io Toward

New Electron"c,A ormic Age

I NEWS TYPE LOCOMOTIVE IN USE by U.S. railroads is this gas turbine electric snine now
In operation on the Union Pacific. Addition of "afterburner" like jet planes use is undir st0dy.

though U. 8. railroads are still
searching for a substitute for the
cid-fashioned wooden tie, they're
also high-balling toward an ato.
mWi age.
Between these extremes in a
*O10,0OO00 research program are
such things as the use of TV to
inspect under-parts of cars, sub-
stituting micro wave radio for
telegraph poles and lines, and
study of super light-weight pas-
senget cars.
Ths;is revealed in a new Unit-
ed Nations publication, "Trans-
portation and Commumca t i o n s
Although the use of atomic en-
ergy foerwlocomotives is not yet
in the' "hardware" state, a group.
of experts from eht Association
of American Railroads is working
on the possible application of all
of the known nuclear reactors to
rail power, including the one in
the atomic submarine Nautilus., X
Several roads also have staffs
studying general reactor develop-
ment and will start construction
on the first one which looks -pac-
tical. "
Recently a by-product of atomic
reesrch, cobalt-60, has been used
for checking freight car castings.
Defets show up on an X-ray
plate when the casting is placed
between the plate and small cap-
sule of radioactive cobalt-60.
The UN report explains the lat-
est use of radio by railroads:
"In a round-robin communica-
tion circuit $he conductor carries
a portable rade uI n t o, which he
speaks ordelt. At Jhe a*ANl
his vidke activAte a lud ar
system. T h i-
ceives the y i th
cme'.time the switchmen hear it
over yard loudspeakers. The en-
gineer, in turn, ean reply over
is radio transmitter, with h is
pnessage heard 'by both conductor
,.d' .swithmen n vt e r the loud-

ELECTRONIC SWITCHING of freight ears Includes portable
radio 4his truaiman uaes to replace old arm and lantern algnals.
ing out a ended mpli of :ie 584 pounds pe eat eqmpare4 to
frequency to which the-train coil 2000 pounds per seat for standard
is tuned. Besides identifying the cars. A low center-of-gravity and
train these coded impulses could a guided axle permit t a king
be made to line up switches for curves at high speed with greater
the train's movement into the. safety and comfort to the pas-
terminal and perhaps perform senger.
other tasks in connection with its

speaker system." arrival." Cheaper operation is the prime
"_. advantage of this new concept.
Closed-circult television ys- Although constant research has It's expected that some k i n d of
teams are under development to been going on for years and 61 joint railroad development of this
inspect under-parts of cars and railroads .have tried 9 4 substi. new type of car will result from
the reporting of car numbers as tutes, nothing yet has been found .the European study.
trains move in and out of yards. to take the place of the wooden The most recent refinement on
Latest use ofTV is a camera in a tie. As a result research has been the newest type of dome car In
post office switching yard where shifted to improving the chemical use if floodlights which illuminate
traffic is intense. It gives the preservatives of the wood and the countryside during the. night
tower operator a complete view trying to reduce splitting and for the benefit of passengers in-
of all car movements which were breaking.. terested in sightseeing.
prevl6usly hidden from him. Extensive work is being done In addition to research on ato-
One of the most successful new trying to develop the best type mic power for trains, intense situ
developments has been the ex- plate to insert between the rail dy continues on 'improving tur-
perimental installation of micro- and tie. Search is also being made bine engines. Instead of -the piston
wave radio, using line of-sight for a sealing compound to go be- principle, power is obtained from
radio beams, instead of pole lines. tween plate and tie to keep out a whirling turbine made to ro-
It saves money crossing water, dirt water and sand, which tend tate by high pressure against its
swamps, farm areas and wherev- to damage the tie. multiple bades.
er there is constant damage to In the passenger car field the ,
wooden poles from snow and rock New York Central, B & 0, Santa Union-Pacific has 20 gas-tu r-
slides. One beam is used to pro- Fe New Haven and Pennsylvania bine locomotives in success ful
vide six cliannels of telegraphic railroads have just completed a use. A drawback is high fuel con-
carrier service. joint study of lightweight, low- sumption. But they use lower-cost
Another electronic device being slung European equipment. Spain fuel than diesels. And the idea of
developed is explained: has such a train called the Talgo anolying the aircraft "afterburn-
"An inert/coil on the train ac-i Germany has t wo lightweight er" is being considered for more
tivates, in passing, a track instal-I trains. efficient use of exhaust gases on
latich which responds by send- The Talgo u n it weighs about railroad gas turbines.

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"I knew you'd understand" can
be a compliment or it can be a
cover-up for treating a friend
with less consideration than is
his due. It's all right to count
on another's understanding.
But be sure you aren't actually
backing him not to mind your
rudeness or neglect.

Thelma Parcells

Dies In Hospital;

Funeral Tomorrow

Mrs. Thelma Ross Parcells of
San Francisco de la Caleta, died
early this morning in San Fer-
nando Clinic, where she had
been submitted to surgery yes-
terday. She was 35 years old.
. Mrs. Parcells became suddenly
ill Sunday morning and was ad-
mitted into the clinic Sunday
night on orders of her physician.
She is survived by her hus-
band, William Parcells, co-pro-
prietor of a Panama City bar;
er sister, Mrs. Doreen Ross
Johnson, and one brother, Cleve-
land, in addition to nieces and
Funeral services have been
scheduled for tomorrow after-
noon at 4 o'clock in St. Vincent
de Paul's Church. Burial.will fol-
low in the Jardin de Paz Ceme-

Mrs. Hube Is New

Director Of Choir

Of S. John's
The choir of St. John Baptiste
de La Salle Church will sing a
reaulem mass tomorrow morn-
ing for the repose of the soul of
slain President Jose Antonio Re-
mon under the guidance of a new
director, it was announced today.
Mrs. Linda Hule,an an accom-
plished organist, was named to
take over the duties of choir di-
rector yesterday. She will have
Miss Dorothy Joseph and Miss
Maria Baptiste as assistants.
STe choir's first performance
un Wr Mr ue wlfbe at' 8 i.m.
tomorrow in the Church of Our
Lady of Mount Carmel on Via
The announcement of the
change said arrangements for
performances of the choir away
from the church can be made
through the pastor of St. John
Baptiste de La Salle Church.


Mexican Troops

calledd Out To uell

Mountain Feud

OAXACA, Mexico, Jan. 11 -
4(,P) Federal troops were dis-
ptched today to ptft down a
bloody fteu between two vil-
lages deep in the Oaxaca moun-
tain fastness.

Authorities here described the
situation as "serious." Reports
brought down from the moun-
tains Indicate a number of per-
aons already have been killed
in the vendetta.
The trouble arose when Otillo
Mauro Cruz, of the village of
Tabaa left for, the fair at Be-
taza several weeks ago and nev-
er got there. Friends and rela-
tives began a search and found
dried- blood near Puente del
Dpiablo (Devil's Bridge) in the
vicinity of the village of Yo-
juvJ, but nobody.


Eisenhower Sniffs

Kumqual To Spark

trus Health Drive

President Eisenhower sniffed a
kumquat and sampled a tangerine
today to help the nation's citrus
industry open its "winter health
The President ceived a mas-
sive fruit bowl filled with the
products of Florida, California,
Texas and Arizona, including
kumquats, tangerines, limes, lem-
ons, oranges, and two kinds of
The presentation was made by
the National Citius Merchandis-
ing Committee headed by Frank
D. Arm of Lakeland, Fla., and
merchandising director of t he
Florida Citrus Commission.
With Arnm were J. J. Parrish Jr.
cf Titusville, Fla., and chairman
of the Florida Citrus Commis-
sion F. R. Wilcox of Los Ange-
les, representing Sunkist Grow-
ar_ UP ^f arnI aa-; uu .. A-i.z-

tel-s, Inc-..of r California and Anrzo-
Anticipating reprisals from na and Haorace Etchison of Mc-
Tabaapns, Yujovians dispatched Allen, Tex., and Austin Anson of
armed patrols to repel the ex- Harlingen, Tex.
pected attack. The patrols have n T
been firing on all persons using; Purpose of the winter c a m-
the mountain trails approach- paign is to impress upon the pub-
Ing Yojuvi. Tabaans have been-ilic the importance of consuming
answering the fire, with casual-[ citrus products during the winter;
ties on both aides, as a health measure.

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* Drinks made and priced right-
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* Dinner Music ,
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Step to the window, watch traffic,
and you'll see how others are settling this
question. They are buying Pontiac-at a
farte rate than ever before in hiskry!
Ask why and you'll hear many reasons,
but the basic reason is this. The '55 Pontiac
personifes everyone's dream of what a
modern car should be.
There's Pontiac's unique combination
of beautiful long, low lines, Vogua Two-
Tone styling, and Twin-Streak distinction.
Themt Pontiac's long whSba m-tbe


secret of the wondrously safe, smooth ride
that makes you and your passengers the
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S. livinj-room comfort and mode-of-
tomorrow decor.. .. along with picture-
window vision all around.
And there's Pontiac instant control and
Strato-Streak V-8 performance-but these
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Take a total of the foregoing and here's
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Ylppee! Hubbell Robinson, CBS- .. ----
IV's vice president in charge of
,etwork programs, says TV enter-
tabment will "grade up" in this .
Ssar of '55..,
"Any study of current program
poularity," Robinson says, "indi- .
tcaes clearly that viewers in in- I *-
. casing numbers are turning,
saway frcm shows whose entertain-
m tent quality is not first rate. This
means an increasing need for a
high level of skill in producing, *
directing, writing and all the other |.
elements which combine to make Robinson Eve Ardei
first-rate entertainment. This is a
healthy situation." the case of the disappearing
Again, yippee! writer, a phenomenon that sud
Anybody in the housebelieveinly has become apparent.Wi
reincarnation? If you do,here 's:few exceptions-such as Red
relarnation? If you do, here s tons and Red Skelton--today's
an idea for you-hcpe that the TV comics are situation
aext time you come around, you're Jackie Gleason's biggest la
an Eve Arden. This gal has life come from his skits: dittd
licked--she has two week-ends ev- Caesar, Wally Cox and the
ery week.
The men (and women)
Write these skits aren't the
gag writers. They're mostly a
breed; young fellows who are :
ly writing short plays. Maybe
: | have to think up a new name
OP .FULTON J.. SHEEN them. Gag writers they ain't.
t) Why did God make I'-
? Wll,, 1 think it was "liouse of Flowers," the hig
or to give him time to think touted Truman Capote-Harold
_a 4aswee fcs the first ques- len musical, has its mome
roman wopul ask. Mostly these are when the
.ented Pearl Bailey is around.
tal, blonde and sarcastic musae, however. is pedestrian
.f "Our Miss Brooks" (CBS.- the plot Is old hat. pon't
) as her schedule rigged. What your Aunt Minnie from Dul
e nicer than working MonI The' material is pretty blue.
-nd Tuesday, being off it "House of Blue Fowers."
sy and Thursday, work-
ay, and off again on Satur- ...
and Sunday? You're right-- Tito Rodrigues, one of the
And that's Miss Arden's mambo band leaders, tossed
at mode of life. Or a la mode party at New York's Palm (
.e.. den. He called it the 12th birth
"With four kids, you know,"; Party of the mambo.
ys vEve, "you have to do some-
g like that if ycu want any Happy birthday to you, ha
Wort of family life. And we do." birthday to you, happy birth<
So three days a week Miss Ar- dear mambo, happy birthday
2 foats'to the CBS studio, films you, OLE!
Ir TV show, records her radio'
tow, aand scoots back home to
kids aud two week-ends.
There's a fat check involved in
U slave labor, too; but let's skip
at before we all go stark, raving .
For" this she gave up the stage,
ere she was probably the
nerle's champion acid-answer kid.
vers often, she admits, comes
otitao. Jit a pang, hough
tnt a double week, e
haven't A0 fl, except
summer s he says,
ce 'Let's It, with Dann
e. I still read scripts, though,
if anything great turned up I
oseI might do it. A sort if
The only trouble with the stage
you're either in a flbpor 4
sBash. Nowadays, that is. There 5
B -betwween. And nobody want
to be i a flop. And a smash
mean ycu owe it to the manage-
ment to stay with it for a while-
a year most likely. And that's a
long time to do the same thing., L KEY MAN Georges Bidault
So the chances of Broadway see- former French foreign minister
iag Eve Arden in the near future is supposedly one of the key
are pretty slim. So, for that mat- men in the French opposition
ter, is Eve Arden. of Premier Mendes-France'i
Here's a mystery to send shiv.- plan fr a controlled armament
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Philadel Ia'p international al sphere the girl might lpve let Mrs. Mennen Williams, wife of
rt14ay-6tget Wvhkisq room.'Itetr fail, prompting the lytung m a nihlgans governor, gave us a
o t a room, fbt couples who to declare lUs love and to propose ham recipe. using Michigan's
P dfacy, for the farewell manirriage. failed cherries n preserved form.
t s proposed by the city's avia- Under the p r o p er conditions, Mother cf three growing children, .
tion director who had heard s- parting jan be such street sorrow and active in a heavy official so-
ports from Mexico on the success that U is a real spur to remance. clal schedule. she says this recipe
'of an airport "kiing room" there. So the couple gets engaged in is good for a busy day dinner bo. BUY- QUALITY at LOW I .
The argument against t came the. irpert "kiing room.' And cause it it quick to do yet hand-
sh mt M s.les tde a n ta% from the airport's budget makers that is where the seeom starts pay-, some to loo at.
901111110 sil.. who emaidn't-"wee any source oef i offfor the ar.
wulffui********S in a~i ?s ease revenue from such an operation.' The young min lCath make a> Cerry-'asted Him
Aren't ,A I n a .h.t 4 LiYing Room Sets
wand1mee sos eussM Nanla s taed cp % a -a W The (? keo'e4-0servgo |)
g c h hute b eMnte" by .1 ets take a farsighted view of moon tr air. certainly seme Two-thirds cup cherry preserves, R ot
in imaginary young couple saying of the w'ding guests will come by % teaspoon prepared mustard, 1% D ipig S0l l
SBaflioa Woman's Cm gcodby at an airport. plane.And In a few years the hap- to 2-lalb slce ready-to-eat haim. S
3 Meets Temornw. They sit ina oisy waiting room, py young couple will probably be Combine cherry preseres and d r0am S s
The regular meeting of the Bal- Ptryg to ake polite conversation king advantage of the airlines' mustard, mxin etly but thor- 0ro(
boa Woman's Clubwl be held wit the minutes dragging until faly rates. oughly. Slash o a eges of the slice
tomorrow morning, at tie J.W.B. both are somewhat relieved when It is always shortsighted-even of ham. Place ham on a broiler ithn F rnitr
U.S0. on La Boca Road. A board the young man's flight is called. froin a business point of view-to pan. Broil in a preheated broiler Kitchen Fr iure
meeting has been called by Mrs. But how different things might sell romance short. 3 to 4 inches from source of heat
lVada Pence, vicePresident, for 9 have been if the airport had pro- Today,a romantic young couples for 10 minutes. Turn-and b ril until Children's Bdr m Fu itr
^ ad nem. It will euoldoedat forby 9vided the young couple with a re to orrow's heads cf families, brown, about 10 minutes. Pour off lrn d r m ru iure
"N ai the program. w a y "kissing room" for their farewell. o anything that encourages ro.- ham drippings and save for future
the Mrs H.r m lrl a. In the secluded, romantic atmo' mance is good for future business, use. Spread ham with the cherry rdn Furniture
____________i the___ __ts_ __ __ __-S5_ __ __af____ sauce and continue broluing about, G a rU e F u
thA gnest speaker sndL wi b her subject"My M Id U_________ 2 to 3 minutes, or until cherries
co her subat M. andm saucelare piping hot. Serve Office Furniture
The Hostessessa for the I Te immediately. Office Fure
horare: Mrs. Edward Hoiidas. I
A& .Mrs. Joseph Farrington, delegate
a. Johnston.* from Hawaii, gve us a typic r1 AND ALL WHAT YOU'ia'D.
'EJ ...t*. -alCmA-Odausing canned pineasje preserves. -V
P l aowt Meetig ML- ortv a modern version of slui FOR HOME FASHION!
MISS ARLENE MARIAN MOEOWN Walter H.Maxwell, president BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE problem. For moral values were where eats eat pig roasted n I
of Cristobal Federal Credit Union all you and I.had by which to .
--- -o- has announced thit Friday, Jan. Certain psychologists u s e a judge Jimbny's misbehavior. Told Hw. o itrk
I N CE BSTIO AOF MISS Me OWN 21st is set by th e r rd Dbcword of severe reproach. T hte ta tey are unreliable and super- HM a st Pork
f4XTSAN4OJJWC ERTIITRAL tors for the Annual Membership word, It "Judgnmental.', it epress- fical ineilsurements, we've been (ae evns
U6B 0 T C. TOClTERMAN OF WIBOWN IMeeting. This meeting will be held es their conviction that moral left with no values by ch I e h

ARMM e pleD.a MKewn of.o iable ad Mr.. PWyo..a at the Rainbow City Gymnasium udgmentof soMeones'bad tion to Judge the lie iiy tells us a s t 1 .
SeWIofM I laelare ing of the rrupnesthe ase- Highlights of thewi marketing wls impossible when we understand As a result our mental healt sh o d pepper, tsea pons

;t O ath.ald t rem"".mt e- Carf tival dauge ra lne be a complete rep allthe Mtivs which completed ha vsuffee-n it S athar n ppla teasp on powdered dras
Mad" a h toe rOffce s lobe aes turu*e Caondofl e. for frn b the year t. 00 o 1 anm -on lotheirtre hW Jmyso an mustard, 3/ teaspoon round Use

bcharte a. half ahe size of a football dredged up for them. the p ork drippings n the oil to*
n iie.? welcomed into e an G ay bohg- zb president ofwndu |.io it being buita k for a Texas The psychology ists did not Inh gFrUoe r .t nd or
werd e Mrs. Eueplned urf thlC Faaf a wofilles of the, rel, 1, They mnote partially accounts' for the tend tho rmt us. They were just roast, 2-37 pineapple preserves.
-Uep Plannedfrm. I 9^WilyFs revezdiri ivt Bepre n.e ThCna oey will IT."""idn'h I^^ Iihtercnrbton.Ter^ *
A r i dcdso aleet w Idirectors and uncertainty n American parents very excied by what they dis- : an a ma bowl blend salt, as RAL AVE e E
'.- whfch' Is ou 1 L N ve* pyhological covered. *bout ourrel motives Per, paprilca mustard and ginErTA V~
cofflincittetel. frbhvo.lyapyiga ote.R this mixtureinothe

oed were Ms. *lthewrenc rte r ents w S f Thi meeting will m Def ma'kte-f blt tis ano J.rimya hay rn-n
cooitMrv1es.lyn Moh. max Aoanf a prpe curyTar for the AlIA.boit IbtTsa with t esai ntoanios perfctoniuss r th so
Cv Mora., Wives credit unionto president indi lctrically driven stilts asat ed that his lie s we gebut hve roast, fat side up, yn a large piece
its r guar wnosesbed. I& ie n a is 1, Story b111h inoereueed protest against at- ef beavduty aluminum foil. Pour

Clfassesh la m il easebld gica ugeto i ci
I z pheu bu M ss.,month-atentlcn ven to his little brother, pineapple pr ese r s over the roast

a #ad business At JWUSO-Fo i And rum ed into print JIo warnausl. .u L tefwy fold the edges of the
St Year en Thurs- These wishing to learn the Distaff' wl lF ea i summer ofthat wel must n ot judge him any foil together to seal securely. Place *

^ ~.t .:.... *"f WyPery, int B tri...3.. I~i9 and then wat)- pfoafed down. logists Eridh Fromm writes. "We '* ''^* ^ I--|
y I-t I this t-Ofiea wrbe: Mrs. w' e he river to the Gua of Mexico andT may understand why and hw a AND Y
a 'athen t O.. h0s tve anceC a the C iv t ea- d nusD y. m o l n ore by moral values. In theirvrapped roast in a shallo*baking
t oewly el oted- esonc-acil drllnbarewalsso rk a enthusiasm, they forgot that we pne. Roasting a low oven (325 de-

she*i visitedf tor asiter Mrs.| al Leagu hdAmierscanFPaaWom- Teple MeetTomorro red electricaly to^ th ocea bot-coaonig: t ony mansth
rgaret McCoenickr an also en wi dned. Oaa p mers-elect of Narcilsse Te- o and the platform w i raise we do not have their clinical s is e F.), alowg about 50 f

la Ne Y rk wih r Ne Sta ple, IBPOEW, will old a spe- itself on them to the desired height. we were god or a judge placed
( a ntad sea-fa-lawMr. and BaClapssork c meeting tomorrow night when the well has been comn- above him." -.\ ^ w~o --B -- fn !H
I Jon T. WhiteNey. i m at the USO-JWB Armed Fore ar7: inte Paclc ervc eed the p wil y wit- h Ink-blot testv moa lacking u thet pound of meat. When
VK. tre hosley seand Mrs. la ReserviceCenter.n ono duct for m Tn atmtting at 9:Con- LONGVEIW, Tex. -(UP)- A this Professional machine ey m one, the fat covering will be

Pr ee Mrs. t classes con hco h utde ---he alan s efm proinglat frma be i sr pcual nfo proton J browned nd the meat Ould be .
SJ s R A a owed to a new drilling site. tempo an gray without a tinge of pink. Use

first Only. rte-n t idelanoseoi prosptngtheifrationdeithatd0I

leeEwoon; g bo e sth eor hidpig r .eolt d o h e i j o due o o
Mrs.:W. M. goal" p If. rs wi am half he size of a football dredged up for them k p
memer wlcme ito Military Ono], and 14thl~e ir prsien oldnd is being built for a Texas ThsIh dsevc make gravy.

a. b d o Iwe Paama or utilitarian pnpoos DAT t d are Invited r foed the $a P

wee Mr Stra Eus, and eouBurc Ma1 throughout the ageBe are hand to attend. l l
Newcomers lntrioducqd and etaeivtd delegate to the t90,11nual co-6 vew bch is building the plf cotibtos.Th -

r and aerrie Moore hoewn wooden bowls. Finished andle and superficial has turned

--- decorated, they make beautiful Thursday Morning Gronu gJ Ig Ar v*
mnri Seelety wall plaques, attractive aewing Will eet~wa ww NOI| OF/
is On Mrs. Thomas Ale an d ishes and can be used .or ny seorgsi all into anxious perfectionists.
C Mon.T meeI of the A- purposes, wlteba to the members of theu
*wdoelectrically driven stilts masR hM e very BRANIFF captain to very

etono offlees orth om u o Pnma ohes fam4 e mas." MEETN Jo C rnerA
i~~~~nrag Marwah er ed t o dp al a e wI act a- co- holdng because*.0 we know we une

Sexhib-can'tm i make the perfectpsycholo-
u Mr*iT~W'he. paThema Mr s Mr D n wf t Dai 3 w l oe f willabe assembled I gical judgment on his action. I I s A
'hcb!,Ms. SJwiitedM rmsta~i ie.Iall psyehologiiais d&Xt.q~o0'eu'. MoN~Q l~~
-ofd 1 summer ofI ral judgment. Teacher of -psycho-
persons^* in sIa' noIU w" be Mr arthe nwllo nted-down, logislts Erick Fromm writes. "We
esm wit: b: M's.-%to thervr e Gulf of Mexico an may underafand why and hcw a

.JWente, Mb. .. Faioni, towd t It first ing site. erson becomes destructive, gre- AND YOU WILL,
l r. D.Parai Mr im othin the gulf, the 0.t0 pound dy or jealous but we ca million aml Such oxpien nd
Iga etp in Witnhoer akFon the A b-siFessMeeing o the takthblinon. o-f, drilling barge will werk like a huge judges his failure as a moral one.
&ILegu f meianPe om iCesson f Nn5'5i55 elevator. The stilts will be low-. Un eratanding does not n ea en
d4g4fsevutedMc hermik u Alsten Mrs a e ohAerild. Wm epl etToorwered electrically to the ocean bot- condoning: it only means that
m~gte l~~o~ik, n' aso enwl ehl.officers-elect of Naicisne Tomn- tolm, and the platform will raise we do not accuse another as 'if '
NwYork with her' NwClaps s artiag ple, IBPOEW. will 1;old a se itself on them t the desired height. we were ged or a judge placedI1,flasams
1n ond T. f-lWb Mre adIn nalss. Work ltonr i ght when the well has been corn- 'above him." placed
T. Reistetin i' nw oen.o,:he 0 in the pacific Servicil pleted, the platform will lo~er it-' It is never moral judgment that
U~me be.s Ien clss~ion Bais-neow r ti wihCentr ef otewter again, raise the hurts a child. All that can .make
Uft"Mr. rtJ. Stmuss will begin Thursday. Jan. f0t, atRol' stilts from the ocean ficor and be it superficial and dangerous isfrmj s on
or1:0p~.a he tiilAM oylsWr towed-to a new drilling site. the contemptuous anger that by
diue ly at Uir Ol:30e"pem. iOJCente rm T Celebrate 1mnibday infusing It, turns moral judgment
of l ~ 4iqiRyalPsl Chpte oftheJCetonter.tin.Teveope
Is first y..C he WRONG Aid I Bad feeling in lbs judge is what
A0 honor jl Vernon 7%- l1i.pew clixirma for this ,o Order of Eastern Star ofCrs makes his moral judgment bad.
0 & dCOjlvfiehy is Upli P11' sM. AtlUr c tobal will celobre their Sgtn
woo aferr Mtgar y fl theS rIOfie,-oto itdy nles a ~ae- OLD LYME, Conn. (UP)- A I cannot overemphasize the im-'.
the ft hereMfrom Cro4@mtal, who 15Is w Ofell k own on bthe d ayl nnmee rsagytol warden arrested two duck portance of tihis distinction. Many
oywhoois v- here from foriial hoIs wte ellk ow atng. ont e ame.t b adtm hunters for shooting a swan. The of our problems as parents are TRY ALL SIX FLAVORS I
rl~patnial rsnfaher, Ift. Wc.. MCl~riY is Also &Dan atit, WWl hentofierei m Ri. hunters ePlaindd in justice court due tOourcofasilnurepounderistandn
ph d ards; Mr. sCpA. Wil- paints landscapes,. portrait still phlfy thddeos. g that whtheythough .Tthey juwereish a t-alt.aOu rdcofusonpnthis pontal Oven"e LmeesUe GrOFe" CehyIbwuu en
1' ~Edwars dM.Cliffordilfto and pictorial narratives. The meeting wall be preceded ing tawiegoe.Tejd hi ealthohazsrdationteena
sign64aided-,toeptler 'with by a covuaeteddish dinner at informed that there is no open hat fti ain
67,6 Mits. 31ri, Chlffrd Biteu sdbthnaveof p season on swan or white geese and
MW ~ ~ a-'?Weelsd fol~fleeil, inama. for utilitarian PUMposes All Usafterti trs are Invitedfldthm$.
Mass Strauss, and could Ms.n a throughout. the agos., are band to attend.

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J. rield, Misas M. lstratoa. ales a n Dor skill is at your service whenever you o preniff. r
IW. Mc~RIde, Mr. D. thY Biofm reActivl-MVE
W. AWelo, Mr. and Mrs. tdes, Iaftk lTn triton wl So, whether you choose El Conquistador, the
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Position Offered
WANTED: Highly experienced
secretary for confidential and re-
sponsible position n large Amer,-
can firm Knowledge of Spanish
Helpful, but no essential. Inter-
esting position and excellent al-
ary for right opplhcont. Apply Tel.
2-4913 or Box 555, Panama.
FOR SALE -Narge refrigerator,
25-cycle 8-cu. ft.. in excellent
condition $85; Zenith radio, In-
ternational, 6 wove bonds, like
new $45. Call 82-2182 days;
87-2136 evenings.
FOR SALE:-The entire furnish-
ings of a house, all in perfect
* condition Owner leaving coun-
try. Most be seen to be appreci-
Sted. Call at 11 Federico Boyd
Ave., corner of 50th Street Tues-
day, between 4 and 6 p.m., ald .
all day Wednesvay.
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FOR SALE:-CCditj frigerotor. 60-cycle, $75, Phone
Balboa 2870.
.KOUSEHOLD .......... -..
FOR 3 AE: Large gas stove
535. See Lindsay at Baxtpr's
I Rudesheim)t.
FOR SALE: Because of trip,
Bedroom and living room furni-
ture. Also piano. $100. Lamps,
"pollero." etc. 43rd Street No.
18, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE:-Modern and beau-
trful sofo-bed with small 'artistic
table. Inouire at Beauty Shop,
Ear 2qth Street No. 10. Phone
FOR SALE:--Coldspot refrigera-
tor. 9-cu, ft. 25-cycle, very good
condition, $60. Phone Corozal
4281 during business hours.
0430-G, Frangipani Street, An-.
con, after 6 p.m.

SWANTED:-Maid cooking, gen-
erol housekeeping, for Army coi-
pie, no children. Married women
,,nr cmceoted. Call 84-5117 oft-


FOR SALE: 1953 Singer car,
excellent condition. Phone Bal-
boa 2-1315, Buzby.
FOR SALE-- 1950 Cadillac 4-
door "62," w/s/w tires, excel-
lent condition. Must sell. Leaving
for U.S. Call Balboa 2-3697.
FOR SALE:-1950 Cadillac. Hy-
dromatic, good radi9, new bat-
tery, new interior, $250 below
dealer's price. House 53, Cristo.
bol 3-2573.
FOR SALE:--1950 Buick, excel-
lant condition. Con be financed.
Phone 83-2212, house 2120-A,
FOR SALE:-1946 Hudson four-
door sedan. Phone Balboa 6383
until 5 p.m. or Ponomo 2-5047
after 5 o.m.

FOR SALE:-1941 DeSoto Cus-
tom, excellent running condition.
Must sell this.week. House 51-C,
Coco Solito. Phone 900 Gulick.

Wanted to Buy
tires, 'suitable for reconstruction.
NAt, SA. No. 47 Peru Avenue.
Phone 2-0406.
WANTED--- 60-cycle generator,
approximately 500-wott copaci-
ty, in good condition. Tel. 5-596.


WANTED: Good homes for
Very pretty kittens. Call Balboa

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NOTICE:- The cool mountain
a.r of Boquete puts an e4ge on
your appetite and El Panamonte
satisfies it with good food and
service. Sleep under two or three
blankets and w a k e up hungry
and happy. Rates and reservations
by air mail or telegraph. El Pana-
monte Hotel, Boquete, R.P.
FOR SALE:-1I new, never used
Smith-Corona typewriter. Phone
Balboa 4116 all day Sunday, aft-
er 5 p.m. week days.
FOR SALE:-RCA Victor Hi-Fi-
delity 3-speed record Ipnyer, 60-
cycle; blonde, less than year old.
Bolboa 2-6364.

Real Estate

FOR SALE:-Due to trip, two-
bedroom chalet, 2 bathrooms,
living-dining room, 'k it c h e n,
porch, Ioundry room. Ernesto T.
Lefevre Avenue No. 86. Phone

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: Lounch "Silver
King" 26', fully equipped. Sleeos
4, A-1 ciodition. See at Gatun
Y.C. or ohone 5-323.

FOR SALE:--Norton Internatioh-
al motorcycle. 500 c.c. 1952
model. Price $250. Phone Pana-
ma 2-0346.

SHRAPNIll f1umished houses.
on paich at Santa Clarl. Tele-
phone THOMPSON, Balboa 1772.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern donveniences,
moderaot rate Phone Gomboo
past Sonta Clara. Low rates.-
Phone Balboa 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clar Boeach
Cot tages-rockgasm refrigeration,
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
Phillp. Ocenside c o t a g e s,.
Santa Clar. Box 435 BSolboa.
Phone Panamd 3-1877. Cristo-
bol 3-1473.

FOR RENt: Co 9letely fur-
nished 3-bedroom -house, swim-
ming pool: Golf Heights. Avail-
able for 3 months. Phone 3-
FOR RENT. --.3-bedroom chalet
*o portywho buys bedroom, din-
ing room, living room furniture.
Very good price. 4.3rd Street No.
18, Bella Vista.

ATTENTION 6 .,! Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hott old water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
FQR R ENT:-2-lbdroom apart-
met, giving, room, dining room,
kitchen. lth Street San Fran-
cisco, VTo Porros No. 16.
FOR RENT:-Furnished dnd un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom qpart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386,
FOR RENT:- Two-ronm wart-
ment, ground floor. "Riviera"
Building. Call 2-166) during of-
fice hours

LEARN SPANISH y -e y N ABNET iBay n a n A a yarI FOR EWT:.- For 6ne month .
r O b a LEARN SPANISH by Cv, wants a hst styled to stortjig Onuoiy 20. hicely fur-
fiemel l method, used succesfullv MEXICO, ITY (UP)- Look- o is personality ad the shape of si bedroom tudio apart-
Xi V for 15 vears. Mrs. Romero. Estu- lng at senoritas can be expensive, his head like they d in these fman m t Phoe 3-0679 after 7:30
Xsee r t I diante Street 77-A. No. 2. esPecially If you are getting clipped barbershops downtown. What does I Pm.
I h -i. n --.- in Olegario Pacheco's outdoor bar- Pacheco do? ----
s ee CGamera NEW Ballroom dance classes will ber emporium. I cut hisdamn hair th- FOR RENT: Apartment with
SSrda.J.Itht'I JIc da air t e way electricity. 2thStreet'#46, San
.r t S' tur, Jan. l5th. ot Bal. Olegarlo's establishment consists man's hair ought to be cut," he leFrancisco.
i O YO H buy e O-YMCA for pre-teens & Teen- of an old chair placed on a soap spat, "and I charge him a man's Froncisco._
Sager ONLY. Call morningSal- box on the sidewalk by his cou- price. Ifthey want something an- FOR RENT: Furnished aport-
boa -16604239. Suite i4 o HAR- sin's groce store in the outskirts cy,' they can go to a beauty par- ment. Moderate rent. Concrete
N 3-1660. Suite I N. HAR of Mexico City. lor. building. Regular transportation.
N., ... u.. |Ift you are willing to sit facing Olegario calls his place a "some- Armed Forces neighbors. Phone
T TION Pre-ieens & Teen- the wall, your haircut costs a mere times" barbershop because he is 3-0o71
r beginners and ad- Isx cents.- But if you want to sit open for business only when he -
Sp bollrpom dance class. facing the street and ogle the fe- needs money. On a good day, he FOR RENT:-Apartment to par-
i. R ilarton will be T u e s d a i male passers-by, the pace goes up might take in as much as two ty who buys furniture. Reason-
th Fri 3 to 3:30 p.m. t10 cents. bucks. able price. Leaving Isthmus. Juon
thrboa MCA ofter 5.m "e reason, says Olegarlo, s The main thing is, he doesn't 8. Sosa Street No. 12, Apt. 6.
r' FPanama Hotel Studio. 18'2-hour hat it's harder to give a hairFut.have any spare time. His wifeapart-
l lesson% and Free dance book. All when the client faces the street. Cietidle, works the small garden me, one bedroom, living room,
t Mayo for y $10.00. HARNETT & The gals are a distraction. patch and Olegario supervises this k mien, one both o, lla Vista, $70
.... .'L*-NN Outdoor barbershops here are in operation. The rest often time e kitchen, both, Bell Vista, $70
DONN..-and $75. Phone 3-1648.
.-... as solidly as beans and tortillas. I spends sitting in the sun beside his and $75. Phone 3-1648.
S Ycu see them set up under trees, shack thinking. FOR RENT:--In El Cangrejo, 2-
m ofaln idwalks and even l the b doesn't bother with oics bedroom apartment, hot water,
S N me of back streets on week beusde hrftgure ts .s ac.tne- garage, maid's room. "D" Street
ends. ed and out of the hands of the No. 8, Apt. 4. Phone 3-5890.
R1!V T H *.Mi rW .l----f i But the days. of the seup bowl average man. Current events don't.
um amu n But hPl haicut are gone, says Olegario, bother hitm- -bause he can't do FOR RENT:-Modern apartment,
and he doesn't go in for such torn-anything about what's happening. bedroom, dining living room,
S MBUR~ t N, Vt. -(UP)-- A foolery as crew-cuts. Besides, Olegario isn't the curious kitchen, bathroom, garage. Near
state extension worker believes A man's head could get type. There are Ilny of other Hotel El Panama. Unfurnished.
I ap. 11 (-UP)-!Reat home ,owners make a big mistake and it might very weu affect ings to think abut, girls, the Suitable offices or small family,
i .b make-be I ve -In. burning fallen leaves. Is thinking," reasons Senor Pa- goodold days and just plain noth- Phone Balboa 2870
iln's television to- .. checo. ing. More than anything, Olegario _FORRENT Apartme Bl
ar were those of g eard Hopp. assistant horti- Pacheco says he likes to think o NA penT,
who lith V o arlul- ,, ali'uLt nothing." No. 14, Apt. 2C,CTivoli Avenue,

-matter literally going up in smoke. is mostly a, qustio of common- FOR RENT:-Screened one-bed-
th favorite puppet a p le are so anxious tosense. room apartment, furnished, all
k he favorite y u keep their Places looking tidy that Iliag 1, W E o It But lbprbeing cab have its ex- modern conveniences, swell locat-
e aiis h tor, -An |tey forget how important tt aI ,, citing moments. There was the ed at Bella Vista. Available at
| Baeous for four days The ill," he added. a-T 1W N W, around in a big-rush for a haircut pm.
S'sertim operation. Hopp urged ome owners to because he had to attend some kind
-, e ne a compost pile from the fall- WASHINOTON, Jan. 11 (UP) of a ceremony within an hour. The
her death the giant televi. en leaves. Major League Baseball has a- general didn't' look like the type of
ly, the .Britisb Broad-, n a..... .t....greed to pay $200,000 to avoid man to be trifled with.
Sfac a problem indton to reai thegoing to court. And the head o Olegario helped him into the Rooms
i. lati n which its exe- mosture.-holdig capacy of th te defunct Liberty Broadcast- chair on the soap box, tied the
dwe for many hours. sol, or ic matter loosens heavy ng stem which -brought the sheet around his neck and started FOR RENT :-Furnished bedroom.
.acla nJd saydy il he 12-million dollar aWit describes to work Halfway through, two big' Drplate entrance, private bath,
ho hbad waited eag- added Today, when the avera e the settlement as a victory "in dcgs ploughed into them in a run Bella Vista.$45. Phone 3-1648.
Mffn program a t ome garden difficulty in every way. ning fight and upset the chair and FOR RENT -Furnished room in
Muffin h rod his pupt obtaining manure., he should try, President Wiliam Harnidge of the general. Olegario's scissors respectable Aamily home to gen-
tht he an t iuppetm Ito add o r whenerfos of organic mat- the American League anIounc-slipped and sniped the tip of the remable god bis hone -
a- t the harshest of re-li." '-Co1po0. lv, he n ot -ed cn that. baseball was willing to general's ear off as he went over. 3-
blighted their fairyland. appreciae amcun o t Ler .000 to settle t So w h a ha opened? Olegario :
wte, n ts. defunct network's anti-trust suit would t know. He, the dogs and! FOR RENT: Beaut.fully fur-
* viw should they be told against 13 m 4or league clubs, spectators were gone around the' ni,hed room, double couch, ice-
M..I*renta. would tell t. The trustee In bankruptcy for corner by the time the general got box. kitchen cabinet. stove, both
h thella.t lves, of cooe .'E eMal /aiHI t Liberty. meanwhile, has asked unwrapped from the sheet and on and private entrant 52nd St.
others the ,SC I- i II lI, permission to settle lor the his feet again. No 3. Phone 3-0638.
l ea -? i $200.000 figure. They heard the bellows of rage
am- -. IMP kIn Chicago, Harridge told but Olegario kept going and visited WANTED
stroke of 5:36 p.m. 1 W r I newsmen that baseball was not a cousin in another part of town a
pmgranm switched en admitting guilt by off Ig this for a couple of days, then returned i
s bohur, the cam ra .FOBt'I ADIOM, Ia. -(UP)- settlement. According to the A-.home to resume his thinking and
a ai ne.e i don't dig a gojL. in this merican League president, base- see that Clotilde didn't shirk her WANTED TO RENT-By Amer
Se, who, tere It's "miani'from the air-ball simply wants to uvoid a garden work. WanT TO i L y Am e
has the confldene to el in the cd long court case which eventual- "I would have more time for .an family, a 3-bedroom house
Spdlences, dgnaaee, of a local 19rm ly would cost more than the set-bbarbering if she wasn't so lazy," ate occupancy or next 3 months.
M Shaeffer.eam a(.). itlement. he philosophized. "I got to keep: Phcne 3-5158.
Ipt greet the childreal 'te air, [g slaute par -I an eye on her or she won't do'
S i.N. eAi Ufff1t Morocco, Algeria, nohig-
.& asbIa Tuni a To Attend Outsize Pumpkins
InMdoa esia Parlev Surprise Former
_AT1f is Ds J AX A Jan. i1 (tJP)--In-' SALEM., N.H -ILP P- Farmer. DS.sowuh Sad nw' aL s
da --- ahmo smg ents In Mgrorer Daniel Donabedian was amazed 'an seeks e a W eftes
ce, 9aCs-ia and Tonisi will MW wbut be found a 67-pound pump- I ar gMor
and d a.; .. e eNA a onae of his vines during the Iuulas mraeme.
epee of A"a nd A can atins biggestt pumpkin I've ever ee seaf
aglsigmm lders of th m *- seen."e Aectared MWu aid
3lM the pftc Plant had more mw' E e.
Trrisefor Donabedian. T w
iA. pfMerowe of its products weighed in at
a40V%2 "&each.


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Mexican Outdoor Barber

Makes Oglers Pay More
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moual W ..Y ..


y pltewardniess led the
gers to safety sh rtly

out of escape hatches
ed pretty Sarah Reeves
Fla.. in helping the M
South of a side door. % .
The plane, a
tar, burst i flapety at
off the runway. Natd o a irte
officials said the landlumy Frpa
parently collapsed,pcTun
-right wing tank.
Miss Reeves, an attactive ru- ;.
nette, suffered the only burt -e. PAbAIm A Whomp :
a bruise on the thigh, the P 4 to rn amnt
- She had rushed baok= into the Lt. 00 E. arriwon,
plane after a count of th gen- beon and his hief of Gen. No
ers showed one mia i but Costello t d 195 Open te P
found later that Tony R hz 4, Club a n .i me todayrd
of Buffalo, N. Y .who boaredt H .i Above r
Span with a broen leg, bad been commit w;em e,; l1. do aM more
carried to safety bp hlsky Jesse Schmitt, prthldent of the Panam GONlf a ; and Dick ,eh
P. Thompson, 53, of St. Fers- linger, co-chairma n ofthe Open committee.
Miss Reeves said "the pagen-
iter were simply wonder No
one got panicky. dml
"I had just finished dublnge

felt the jolt. I don't remember
much after that except I threw
open the cabin door ad started --O
helpil theMh a oper 4 of By HAROLD FOREAN property the Montezuma Uraum
The pint, Mar Hope, 4, l Co., headed by Marlin Thompo
Miami,.who had f w ,00 MONTEZUMA, Colo. (UP) admit they have .hit two h
hours without an accident, ha no Young Tom Martin has s long way spots," with most of the-tmru
comment on the accident. H co- to go before he can match the for- ning over pne-half per cnt ura-
ilot was George Graham, 36 tune of the late H. A. W. Tabor. lum and averaging about.45n Butke
astings-on-Hudson, N.Y. But when Itcomes to getting the Martin owns consderable stock in
After the passengers and lrew ore out of the round, the 36-year Montezuma Ur an u m Co .-a
fled from the scene, the plane old Martin could give the "Silver chances appear good that this are
ploded, apparently as the f I r e King" some valuable lessons, run over into the Burke-Matin
reachedanother fuel t ank, T e Martin's new and navel method property.-
of the blazedfiercely and black of uncovering silver veins came to
smoke trone from the wreckage f or light following the announcement The high-grade silver Martin
mcre than two hours afterwArds, that Burke-M irtin Mines, Inc., d and his 14 employes are bringin
one passenger, who uNd touncovered a silver vein so thickout s being taken directly to thi
give thisname, said some $81,000 and rich that the valuable ore was American Smelting & eff g Co
ia stocks and bonds was burned being trucked out in sacks under plant' near Leadville. The Awer
in the plane, some of it National armed guard. grade ore goes to the Pat Vineent
Airlines stock. One conservative estimate was mill Jast two miles from the mines.'
r that the vein, .some three feet The residents of Montezuma.
J .. T6 thlck and about 80'feet long would which was once a bustling iing
ll Al yield between a quarter ad a halt community where wealth o
ol milln dollars ad, hate taken a new lease on life
That doesn't quite put Martin since Martin moved his operations
ir ,I *w It sin, the same classwith Tabor but into the area,
I rIt's a pretty ood start, and by
0r Oll le sm -the time he gets through he might Th old town ca sense
SI,1 II orutdistance his fabulous predeces- the r y ao ... *,o
JWASINMOTON, Jan. '1 (UP) o. ., at ht d.a,
President Eisenoweran Whereas Tabor made his disco- at mit

Poresli, which aloed N t to amass.. .
Josef F. Fienan Nw York with pick M nd shove vwid .e ro-i ,hi c"_ S

federal edition way-with the aid of equipment a.

tCone tead te. labor i s a r- wt a svr a e r ofg A rh e s
tlon tervic .. .... that Tabor never had a chance to NI ,s ,
The noman on w'e be sent hear about. Inetw o ri-
to the Seate tom tow. Martin set out fro m the of -a
Finnegan, 4 -year-id Reb- te in peak whilee kale hs d -
ican; Willd t bpla Whitl P. seVd 1 tu. I, silver,
COlm Wlafeugned lt 1. t izer. ngla.the 1baldeB be. he P t
Finnegan lhs served nes methodically sheared oft the slopes
of the Federal Medio and on:his journey downward, mak g
conciliation Service, the Na- a road at the same time.
tonal Mediation Board, the As a result of his unique mining
Amercian Arbitration Service mgtohod, he exposed seven veins
and the New York State Media- on s alter.
tion Board. As his uncle, Bud Martin, put it:
"Tom took the mystery out of
mining. By the time he got through
S. r. he could see what he had."
little Lea Ue Martin's puinin operations are
S" be i carried onn the vicinity of
,,PACIFIC ,,,-,.LE.EAGUE i3.4-foot high Whale Peak, six
SadIngI o Te msTL LEG miles southwest of Montezuma, .
S .tStanding of Teamand on the very same slope wher-
Su C 01-WPet0in lies the old Silver Wing tunnel
Spur Cola 0 1.00,and only a short distance from
Police 2 0 e 1.000 the famous Campton family mine.
Seymour, Agencies 1 .500, It was in this ame area where '
Gibraltar Lfe 1 2 333 Tom'su uncle, John Burke, amassed
Lincoln Life 0 1 .000 .three urtunes in silver using the
Elks 1414 0 2 00 old k and shovel method. Burke
Once uleovered a single hunk of
Police 4, Gibraltar Life 3 s ,slver ore worth a, u o
The scrappy Pollee team g4n-i Martin said one vein he uncov- ..
ed equal footing with the Spur ered vilded are running 854 ounces
Cola team for first place hon-If rub'y silver, one-half ounce of
nora in the Pacific Little League.igold and eight per cent lead to the
The junior cops jumped to an taon That would net him roughly
early lead, and then went on to $776 ton fot the silver. ruh
stave off a rally by Gbraltar "Tm doesn't know for sure just ....
Life and beat the latter by the what he has yet, but he 1kows he
slim margin of 4 to 3. hit upon something terrife." Bud
In the first Inning the Police Martin said. "Each blast brings SPp FIELD, 0.- (NEk-.
lads collected three h as ad .up so'eth new."'-"-
converted them intothree bal- The Marti re not talking A 40-year-old senior at Wi
going runs, added another mark- about the poslbili ty of also com- rg College i- exchanging a,.-
er in the fifth for a total of (our Ing upilth rich deposits of urani- tear architectural pr.-ac
runs. The insurance &= latlon umniut that is a peasibilty. f-W ,-up
from Gibraltar *. in Just across the read from-their m oekel,
the fifth when k4 ethe. 'He is Edmond w
plate for one..a .. .,at .the last-stelp-' t--
bottom halo f- a.Vi.s" .h .man am.ilwha
final innings tuhey yy ,,-ew pa u uhe ,es- IWitenbergha ne t yern. II 1
scare, when th.. ioti to a. a his architectural 'ia Sta m-
ruonal ca t h .t S ford, Conn., hearay three years.
Piontl a ,ame to .take the first step .a a
Proabter n.. mds o-,,,e, the a. n Lp ,-eant at the college.
o r a ew asSt ete c -.
ar extrball A.whegi.T. hihed. g ar Is .Pas and maintenance ,&t e.
held onto the ball. trong aufld.y wn t e s,. W ..t
The fi .. *s. t.Jrated to frst anei the Lou Anal ly made his

randanu r to H uthinnm to Mar- year-old frmer NatnaAa-abo, tent hte e
U-t i lh a ter, declared "You ough .o bEf

l"neu mor hosht "It was kaid o a sign.".
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-0 eG" wHOLLYWOOD (-NEA)- Hol- thing they could get for free. So
r- 0 .., lywcod on TV: Just like movie we changed Chinas name to Mike
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (UP)-meat abroad and continuin tech- C Bakl y Givn kings and queens TV stars are Callahan and filmed the picture
Preenhower got power-a aid to undedevel ens. Barley, Morse Given being haunted by old film on tele- as 'The World For Ransom."
tful battalion backing tdayfor Saker Sam Rayburn of Texas Bob Cummings slammed down take again, though. A film based
20. yer ot e-th e hofEp w Ibp *erSmRynofet a coffin lid on "My Hero" after'on the TV character is due this
ments program outline of Mr. Eisenhower',a Choice Committee Assignments 13 home screen telefilms. But the'year.
B y -s a1952 vintage corpse he thought
But ienre To-m ppose g. is cren that as t see he buried "because I didn't want Dan Dailey asked for B e t t y
tion, paRticularly from some con- concerned he wouldd like -to-ee to go on playing an idiot" is still Grable as his costar in the CBS
ser thi rram? since hits in, Act made -permanent. WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (UP) back last November. He was re- k,_g en reruns all over the teledition of "Burlesque" a
pt o. Program sm.e s "Rep. Charles A. Halleck (R- Sen. Wayne Morse the Oregon assigned to the Interior Commit- land guarantee of a record audience if
oepu f the staunchest fees of Ind.), assistant House Republican independent, and Alen W. Bark- tee which he formerly headed, it's as blusher for Bob, who it can be brought off NBC
the Tade At, Rep. Daniel A leader, said he expects a majorityley, the entucky "freshman," and to the Judiciary Committee. Just unveiled a new, saner char- hoes to clear its crosscountry
de T- )t, m.te new P. of Republicans to support the pres- yesterday won coveted seats on Johnson said O'M a h o n e y's after (in situations almost as da- cable Feb. 23 for a Jimmy Durnte
Reed (R-N.Y.), osaid seei. ident's ro ram. Sen. H. Alexand- the Senate Foreign Relationsa "contribution to this nation h a s teefilm series, "Th one Bob Cum- nightfrcm Miami's Copa Citylub.
posal n fnvolvess e nasit t er Smith ( -N.7.) said he wanted Committee, been great" and that his new sI Sh.I", The Bob Cum- nght club.
I .Judctlm. over tariffs." to endorse "all the proposals" The assignments were made by committee assignments would minghow
The House Ways & Mens co made in the 'special message. the 14-member Senate Democrat- recognize hais "outstanding srv- The star's reasons for scuttling Hollywood's Oscar nominees
The H ous e W ays & M e an s .co m -, iS t ere^in gC o m m itts as C O n t leeand a bil t y ." T h e star's reason s for scuttlin g H olly w ood's O scar nom in ees
mittee, or which Reed sse or Sen. Estes Kefauver (D.Tea.) gress beganwork on organization- The Steering Committee follow- the nitwit Beanblosscm character parading by on colcr TV is a
GOP member, Willsta tn ear nda commented that "it is gratify- al problems preliminary to th' ed its policy established last ses- for more sophisticated (?) com- possibility.
on the legislation Manftht coni lg that at last the admhnstra- start of serious lawmaking. slon of giving all Democrats, in- edy on his new show: NBC, which has an Oscarx-!
Democrati chairman of that MI tion has decided to give serious Senate Republicans have sched- eluding freshmen, at least one "It didn't tart out that wayuv, opens its moietown cl-

yesterday, the President asked for mittee assignments probably illhold more than two chairman- ButBeanblossom's still around, Bin Crosby's new on-film TV
new autrdcrity to negotiate tra Reed sounded the call for pro- take m ost of the week. ships. and Bob's red-faced. d e a with CBS indicates pre-

yesterda he bre said. president. m more important post of chairman may crash the headlines They've
a it n tariff tectiost forces to get ready forDemocratic leader LyndonB. If accepted that would bumpranged for years The Groaner Ralph Levy is right
cuts of an additional five percent Johnson f Texas said the senior- Sen. Harry F Byrd (D-Va., from A shocking tale about a one- in predicting "the biggest news
Sof tne re t"Ourifarms, our mines, and ourt ity rule was waived in: the caie.ite chairmanship of the Joint time movie queen now o TV who in 1955 for Hollywood TV will be

neh th et "Because the legislation beforeaAs fr rw usa of committee been e -estrange fr years. The Groanernwlly star in a
Sforthcoming hearings may well to assign committee eats to in- (Ceeontined fraction f NPa n-nored a fin bancial w hile t he Shah

OSalorote enga n f reseinvaves ontha s nglbytarr edn anH ot V eb N o Ro gTV c s'ta id clr.The nest Own
ticonal jurifsdiction ove tariffsdthe ted majority hassauraespofti wuinThe Wtherottl e eltod beforeh the fiealme m butsBing:wil ltshae
com Sen. Eug ene D. Milakin (RCol chto ceme ent of 48 "Jelke will ped ly go on trial Puaned i Stuaton comedy wll become

--- a potent figure in the Senate, alu and 47 uWblto c-a s- again before a different judge." Yo agoofed, Shahler NO OIL!" more realistic in 1955 we've
prhe said. e a tpresid ent..r 't Thore important post of chairman my t laugh The Shah's. vfund that th TV s ucha
Sut the program. He lid he layn. Morse M eoir e o t barred th is timenate will be JudgCommittee. ben estran personal element in life that the
Sh ors tariffcutb only where the by re. i ock as u it ate g eabe Vten, who bttrred presr ad P e aE s nk up TV ideas c l ser your comedy is to reality,r
S ALD 7I3 sent rates ar es nsive.s ianb taR wu i SO public hand ha t h i rrdt t E AL digmty desnt a incolorw The network will own
10 9 5 Declaring that America'ess "en- Vice Presidnt icha t. itn a12Jsai d ote he d t. ho is undecided about her home. About time, too.wlshri
E. tAS lightened self-interest" demands to east the r ae n fonsibrl r t s, nhe i t re in
52 a highlevelof tarinade to strength of assign committee seats to (Contincked from PaJelke ase His --- Shah finally happened: Hal Perry
Srepresenism, the President has also rg- Banking Committee and, by is gett te Mickey note: A western exhibitor er and said, "Grouch sent me."

A J ed c continued technical aid to un- own choice, retained his seat on thewithWhatbetter reason for not l-r I Reynolds this way: The dealer asked blankly: "Who's
Sderdl oped nations, more U.S. the District of Columbia Commtf Jelke will probably go o romance Groucho"ation comedy will become
S. Chief new feature in the Prest- oi ginr. s a boig matchmakerent ge You gooed, Shahe, NO OIL" ore reastc 1955 we've
y thenJA progrYam. e satd be uer tfor Hre hld arve o-n th'a The ierosyof it l The n ny l neo ack euest b made thea moneys -Rfound that he TV r e such a
Sast-Wet u. Con rres e tr cutl whee thie 'so lo cknby vorihtiong s the Finubce-its2nd Y this tim w ile dge m i b s een a personal in B lie' thtther

87W sen foreign profit esof American corpor- groups before his eetion to the Valent h a arenes "hatDnd De wa set to T a Phila Ther yinls t no part
SPas 0 tions fromDecl 52 tearing that Amer cents Cole vice residency in 1948. u e aA n featuree version of "The Affairs of of live r m acting. Half a
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lay More PToVtrsmlovet year but eheaers haltd o a.n of the Demo. armher bet dead si pa ea
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e ta' ple ter foe naftisonsw more U. th e sDistrlrctetouml te -Co ia oit.u la. c,
a. p .ho oD e d e tee whichrule amcts as a so e Y A t i "The future Mrs. Ede F lhe'
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tet Wein -ontinued wit dents ple n .or a three-year extend e seO'Mahoney (D-Wyo.) who was racy gossip." peope wn the aie s err! u
e a sds South yWon sion with new tariffcuttin authori- defeated in 1952 but made a comu. But km he do it without a prob.....
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trn th e sincenotherwiam Democrat be ovesea earninga fuss?>' **s a senator
would t have been so eager to f t Pc pa -g s f -t," wot ai renti feels' aboutBarkley was -theI NewreLA
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andcashed.'the aeeg diamonds. ensaddtioni-toatwiP0y to cut Souts start auditioning preachers.on,..HURSDA
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trick was won by East. It was e n to that leve .n i t h
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rather thia c to b Eamst in order tol etg rdualrr adfruhm! BABYE
avoid losing a total of four wade nb-- 4b or oth ile" te ro manesn2ad
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with John Wagt"*
with Ed. Chane

over the spurt in the rating of young actresses in movneto6W.
the Rin Tin 'I in series over the, 1; ,i
Lassie stanzas. Way ahead OVERHEATD ACBS:
talented pretty of the "Water-1 "That guy? Why .he' l
front" cast, has her rooters wcr- ham he'd upstage his OWud
ried. She's one of the best-liked ow."

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SLr Yankees 10, Sodamen 1.
S TONIGHT'S GAME-(7:30)---at Panama
smokerss (Pritts 3-1) vs. Yankees (Douglas 2-3).

.By J. 5. HARRISON JR. when pinch hitter Gerry Thorne
Sgot a free ticket in the eighth.
Smokers will send left Lawrence made his fielders do
Harry Pritts to oppose the work and fanned only two -
ey Douglas of the Yankees Herman Charles in the seventh
,ht at the Olympic Stadium and Alonso Brathwaite In the
O as they try cut down the ninth for the last out.
S lead to one-half game.
i1faee triumph would give Sam Williams lost his fourth
Sa four-game winning game and gave way to Vibert
half games in tront In, replaced by George Socha In the
standings. same inning after walking two
ae ankees lambasted five batters on eight straight balls
pitchers for 13 base and Socha was subsequently re-
as they be*t the Sodaboys lived after 1-1/3 innings by An-
1 last night in the season's dres Alonso. Stanley Arthurs
game at Mount Hope and finished the game.
d their lead to 1% games
ithC Smokers. Both teams scored single runs '
bchalking up his fourth win, in the sixth after five innings
e Lawrence scattered seven of scoreless play but the Yan-
*a was never in trouble kees pushed over five tallies in
rng'the ldme. As usual Law- the seventh and four more in
Ree demonstrated great con- the eighth make the game a one
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MAJOR LEAGUE Mutual Of Omaha
Di ),O Albritton 216 171 182 569
Luttenberger 201 163 150 514
Last Tuesday night's bowling Presho 166 165 202 533
1 on the below ppr side, ex, Lane 160 197 193 550
t for the Seymour Agency Colston 208 166 184 558
ti. They rolled their high sin- ____-
game -1023- and high Totals 951 862 911 2724
i -2827- for the season. vs. Le-Tourneau-Westinghouse
I also gave them high single Burgoon 168 199 179 546
aberies for the evening. Klumpp 125 129 166 420
Banks 168 157 162 487
Perhaps too much spirits." Mas. Ball 178 162 152 492
L few of the boys did, how- 'ntBav 174 214 213 59i
Coffee. 174 204 213 5911

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Opens 16th Season Tonight

Panama Open Tickets
Tickets for the spectacular Paul Hahn show and golf
clinic at the Panapma Golf Club Wednesday afternoon,
starting at 4:30, are now on sale at the various Canal Zone
and Republic of Panama sites listed below.
Clinic tickets are one dollar and include the cocktail
party Wednesday evening.
Also, tickets for the tournament play on Thursday, Fri-
day, Saturday and Sunday are also on sale at the same
sites. Admission Thursday and Friday will be $1.50 per
day. Sunday and Sunday adfission will be $2.00 per day.
Season tickets covering the four days of the tourna-
ment are also available at considerable savings. For civil-
ians, season tickets are $5.00 a two dollar per person
saving over the day-by-day admission. Military personnel
may purchase season tickets for $3.00 a four dollar
saving over the day-by-day fee
1. Any Golf Club on the Isthmus.
2. All N.C.O. Clubs and service centers.
3. Chase National and National City banks in Balboa.
4. The following business houses: La Mascota, Tivoli
Travel Agency, Shaw's, (rli on 4th of July Avenue in Pan-
ama) and the National Cash Register Co. Office, Auto-
mobile Row.

Shot Artist Paul Hahn

;s Led Adventuresome Career

Casanovas vs. Navy
(7 p.m. Game time)

Tonight, at Mt. Hope Stad-
ium, the Atlantic Twilight
League officially opens its 16th
consecutive season of operation.
What is scheduled for the 1955
season begins to take the shape
of the old Isthmlan Baseball
League which used to feature
a team from the Army and
Navy installations on the Istlh-
Naval Station, who in their
first year of play in the Gold
Coast loop,' walked home with
the championship, will be back
once again to defend the title
they won in 1954. Opposing the
Navy in their quest for a re-
peat championship will be the
Casanovas, a, locally sponsored
Army team, and the old stand-
bys, Powells and Cristobal High

Lack of time for accumulat-
ing pre-season data prevents a
full description of what the At-
lantic Twilight fans will be in
for this year but the moguls
of the loop promise even more
action than was seen in the
past Atlantt6 Twilight season.
Powells, the only civilian
team besides C.H.S., will have
the nucleus of the local talent,
while Navy and Casanovas will
field the best that the Atlantic
side service teams have to of-
fer. The High School, as always,
will be young, scrappy and fast.
With a promising pitcher or
two coming up through the
ranks, they too could become
a contender for the crown they
won in 1952.
Navy and Casanovas will play
the curtain-raiser tonight at
7 o'clock and the fans will have
their first glimpse at the de-
fending champs and the new-
comer to the league. Navy will
again go into action Thursday
night against the strong Pow-
ells nine, while the Cristobal
High School diamond lads make
their debut against powells Fri-
day, Jan. 14.
TAn.AA I AnamiA

Joe Brown,


Bout OK'd
I. y*

The eagerly awaited ten-
round match between Joltin'
Joe Brown and Istndian wel-
terweight champion THt Des-
paigne scheduled for Jan. 30
at the Colon Arena wits ap-
proved by the Colon Boxing
Commission at their regular
weekly meeting yesterday aft-
Brown, a classy lightweight
who hails from New Orleans,
has endeared himesif to Isth-
mian boxing fans with his
gentlemanly yet classy deport-
ment inside the roped square.
Joltin' Joe stopped former
Panama featherweight champ
Federico Plummer in eight
rounds and present lightweight
kingpin Wilfredo Brown in five
in his only two local appear-
Despaigne returned from a
long layoff to punch out a
convincing 15-round decision
over Luis Samuels in defense
of 'his 147-pound crown re-
cently. Tito will be getting an
eight pound pull in the weights
for this fight 146 to 188 for
Sammy Medina, now in the
midst of a sensational come-
back, meets Rodolfo Francis In
a return bout in the eight
round-128 pound semifinal.
Sam Bruce tackles Mareial Mo-
linar in the/main four-round
preliminary and Rocky Pee
Wee takes on Juan Salazar in
the opening four-rounder.


Players ab r h o a
Graff, 2b 4 2 1 4 0
Hardin, ss 4 3 3 1 5
Phillips, rf 5 2 2 4 0
Dickens, If 4 0 2 2 0
Marolewski, lb 4 0 2 9 0
Wilhelm, 3b 5 0 0 0 1
Kropf, cf 4 1 0 3 0
Dabek,c 5 1 2 4 1
Lawrence, p 4 1 1 2
To*tls .39 10 13 27 9
Moore, cf 4 1 1 4 0
Lewis, lb 3 0 1 10 0

,come through with osplen- ------- WhVIl U t VU9s Lopez, as 3 0 2 1 6 C
games and series Ted Melan- -Totals 813" 51.72 2536 Brathwaite, Ar., 1f 4 0 1 -4 0f
rolling anchor for Colonial.1 Toa 813 872Conos Defeat Palomas 12-0 in Gladstone, rf 0 0 1 0
the star of the evening by Max R. Ptempel & Son Fastlich Tilt Charles, 3b 4 0 1 1 3
t aing together games of 217, Blind. 159 159 159 477 Coupling three walks, a hit and Brathwalte, Al. 2b 4 0 1 3 2
and 191 for a strong 653 foster 194 114 166 474 an eror in the first inning, the McDonald, c 3 0 0 3 1
55 which also was high. Wag- u.relin 157 180 194 531 Conejos jumped off to a three- Williams, p 2 0 0 0 1
or also a top man had 552 tes 171 183 179 53m run lead, never to be threatened Clarke, p 0 0 0 0 0
'the night. elmldt 156 160 174 495 again by the Palomas. Socha, p 0 0 0 0O 1
'Iauddleston, the leading rookie. While his teammates were Alonso, p 0 0 0 0 0
.ling for Seymour was next Totals 838 796 872 2505 taking advantage of Barbier's Thorne 0 0 0 0 0
games of 215,173 and 244 ha the wildness, Kirkland throttled the Hardy 0 0 0 0 0
fine 632 series. The other vs. Colonial Ins. Paul Hahn, hailed at the From China, Hahn ventured mas with three hits. Charley Arthurs, 0 0 0 0 0
s ,iser ," Waggoner 18 2 52 Ju Master's Tournament and else- to Hilo, Hawaii, where hebe Chase wielded the big bat fhar y Arth urs p 0 0 0 0 0
" Earl Best, rolling apchor for. .yer 5 1 204 136 496 where as the greatest trick shot came the pro at the local coun- ConeJos, collecting a triple and Totals 31 1 7 27 14
ir y LDz. Eail put together Man kis 156 204 136 49 artist in the history of the try club. He took on a side job a home run in four times at bat. Thorne walked for Alonso in
P, 194 and 215 for a good 602 M r i 217 245 166 1 1 653 game, who will appear here at as a dic jockey at Hilo's radio Watson had two for three for the 8th.
ies and Chris Hermann, lead- Me2 4 91 3the Panama Golf Club Wed- station a training that aid- winners, with one of them good Hardy ran for Thorne in 8th.
6 man for Seymour. Chris had Totals 914 965 818 2697 nesday at 4:30 has crammed ed him in developing the line for a double. Kirkland, the win-
S184 and 215 for 601. Her- enough color and adventure in of quips that go with his trick ner, allowed 4 free passes with Score by Innings
S, who did not bowl lyst Fuerza y Lump his career to last most folks shot art. Barber, the loser, allowing 10 Yankees 000 001 540-10 13 0V
1 on account of poor health. e 1 more than a lifetime. walks 000 001 000-
da poor start this season. O t'hmas 214 129 169 512 Born in Charleston, S. C., Hahn was playing "pretty Today, at Fastlich Park the
te, Chris is making his move Anderson 151 141 186 478 Paul, who stands six feet tall good golf" so he decided to go Ocelots will try to keep pace -with Summary: Runs batted in:
dU Will be, n there from now on Allen 180 165 177 522 and weigns 185, has journeyed on the tournament circuit. By the Conejos when they cross Marolewki, Lopes. Hardin, Phil-
t a v Pest 193 194 215 602tiarouna the world, making a his own admission, pickings bats with the Pumas. lips 4, Dicken S3., Earned Runs:
t Balcer, very popular and s 391 Ihving with his golf sticks in were "pretty slim," so he went A win for the Pumas will move Sodamen 1, Yankees 10. Left on
P from eStthean g aotinalels Gle Oak the out of th b m and sd e 1 a0
tof our leading bowler, s6Totals 892 832 917 2641 such diverse places as Austral- to bthe fa shionle Glen Oak them out of the basement, and bases Yankees 9, Sodamen 5.t
from the States, having vs. Local 595 NFFE ia, Shanghai, Panama, Manila, Country Club Chicago. From a win for the Ocelots will keep Two base hits: Hardin. Sacrifice
e all wondering extensive what theFrangioni 175 188 151 514 awai, oywood and assort- there, he we to sunny Call- them tied up for the top spot hits: Lope, Lewis. Wid ptch
all wondering what the Hudak 151 184 149 484 ed spots north, east, south and fornia's Los Angeles as a teach. with the Conejos. hits: Lopez, Lewis. Wild pitcle
rried Baler wil, l be L e-Tour-'emison 172 161 191 524 west. ring pro and met many of the Wills and Webb will be the 2,.Williams 2, Socha 1. B ase on
tin for sure, thesLeTour-owen 160 145 133 438 he istouring professional city's movie colony. In 1949, he battery for the Pumas with Bate- balls off: Lawrence 1. Williams 3,
i s Westinghouse squad T il Gleichman 206 185 150 541 for the Edlinor Vilage Coun* took over as head pro at King's man and Tubbs the most likely Clarke 2, Socha 1, Alonso 1.
~ d a tough time in get-I tr Club at Ormond Beach, County Country Club, Hanford starters for the Ocelots. Pitchers record: Williams 4 runs,
wer to fill in vacancies Totals 84 813 114 2501 Fia., and has traveled over California. Game time: 4:30 p.m. 6 hitin 8-1/r, In ning s,
ioer team tolaking all four! one hundred thousand miles It was interest in Junior cli. The box score: Clarke 2 runs 0 h 1lts
S-was Mutual of Omaha.o u in the last year and a half, ics that led to the development PALOMAS in 0 innings(Pithed to two
-Ehad 2nd high series 2724,d Roes has in co on getting enthusiastic reception of Hahn's trick shot act. "The Players ab rh o batters). 0 In 4 runi 5 hits in
d high single game 951. B WATER C. WATSON with his exhibition of links kids weren't interested In just Valentine, 2b 3 0 0 2 1 1-1/3 tinings; Alonso 0 runs. 1i
etten was high with a me 951.good By WALTR C. WATSgood capers and smooth cmmen- a straight demonstration," Paul Schneder, lb 3 0 0 3 0 in 1/3 Errors: a-
n was high with a good tary of fine-edged humor. said, "so I began thinking up Curdta, cf 20 1 0 0 hit in 1/3 Inn Errors: da-
C hongratulatiOnS to the United, rin euerad humor, san id, "kso Ibegan theinkin upfun
SCongratlations to e ie Hahn's golf career began in tricks to keep their attention wdakowski, f 0 u0 0 menis). Losing pi tch er: Witl
era y Luz team, Sin states Information Service for Charleston at the time Henry Evolving trick shots became Barnes, 0 0 liams (14). Wininng pitcher:
sponsoring the publicaion oh at a the ti enr o tr ickts Pedersen, 312 210 Len e w Dou lay
upintho last few weeksfo2d .plac.andtoGerg e Plcard was cutting g a great intriguing that Paul couldsit Winberr 3 sb 1 0 0 0 0( Lawrence (4-1). Doubleplays:
Sn pn swath- for himself on the na- sleep nig ts for dreaming them Dolan,2 0 o oe a rathwamte, Lews;
ansebenlle and1to Georg .. i a Agf en icard was a upee.e rf 100 McDonald, Al. wrathwate: Law-
atnand Jamisonwere. ijorin compiling this fine7am pro at the south Carolina city, UHe decided to take his act 1 ... 0 0 0 (1 Mrenceoalrdn, Mal. ra:ewlLa. Um-
for the Local with 541 and oph etand he encouraged all the local on the road, th e acid test. He Barbier, p 2 0 0 1 3 pires: Wlims, Karaiaffiltils
nly for points separate The baseball public s gratefulyoungsters who caddied, one of made a swing up through the Kline, p 0 0 0 0 Watso, Williamson.' Time of
next three teams. to USIS for this gesture of good whom was Hahn. Paul became Pacific Northwest and gotgame: 2:15.
tual, Seymour, and Homa will toward the local boys. Ges- a Picard worshipper. rave notices everywhere. The Totals 16 0 3 15 8 t
2nd place. These five teams tures of this sort go a long way Losing little time establish- rest Is golf history. Since vs.CONEJOS
.of them can finish well up;nationalities both on and off the won his high school champion- most every state in the Un- Ryter, ss 2 3 2 1 2 eha Hurls
money. Theis and Nelson. field of sport. ship at the age of 14 and turn- ion and Australia, Hawaii, Kirkland p 3 1 1 0 4 i
rookie, and He Filebarkai no t. ed pro at 18. His first job was Puerto Rico, Panama, Cuba, Chase. rf b l 4 2 2 0 0n o o T
high for Homa with 561, He may not field like Willieias a teaching pro at* Augusta, Mexico, Canada, and South Watson, f 3 2 2 0 KoIntoe
la 5 6as. H may n hit like Wi- Georgia, where e was later to America. Million, c 3 1 2 3 189 1,I ,B .
H atuEA SANINGS lie Mays but one thing that Da- return in triumph as the hit Columbia pictures made a Chassin, 2b 0 2 0 2 3 Wd
S 1TEAM 3 2STANDIN 1V vid Roberts has in common with of the famous Master's tour- movie of his act narrated by Musser, lb 3 0 1 8 0Fo ]
l InsW. L A,5 1 the l ae Hey kid is his ability to ney. Bill Stern which was released Wadraska, If 4 0 1 1 0 l Place
8 Ins. 32 32 9 lose hse cap. Whether running After a short stint at a Mia- to 6,500 theaters. More recent-e e
695 NFFE 32 32 "-894 the bases or chasing fly balls he mi course, Hahn's golf career ly, Paramount has completed Totals 25 12 11 15 is Z
'y Luz 32 32 885 always seems to be bareheaded., was interrupted by the war "Wizard of Clubs" starring Score by Innings B iy Gerhart, Fort Kobbe
maha 3 33 8 Keep on Mla r Isea hns gol car e lSy P as comlte Ttals 1
S3 88 Keep on trying David, you may and he spent nearly four years Hahn, showing in theaters thrat Palomnas 000 003-- 0 1 h der -.I the LKfe o
orAgency -28 35 885 develop into something like theIin the Na vy. The Navy exper- out the country. He made two Conejos 312 42-12. liners 'into a t1e with Fort Clay-
IL. HomaCo. 28 36 87 Kid. iehce waste lead him to his films in Australia. and has two Errors: Palomas 2 (Valentine. ton ~c thiradp e in the Pan-S i
S.-em p 2' 3B/ 878 Inext job as professional at more coming up in this coun- Barnes, ConeJos 0. Runs batted a na Area Armed Forces Ba-
Son 251 o38V r878 l a country club in Shanghai, try. The golfer has made over In: Kirkland 2. Watson. Musser, ~ball Maue blanking Coco O
house 241 39 Cricket NeWS China. After his release from 60 television appearances. Wadraska. Chase 2. Two-base so aK. in a make-up contest
ghou s 24 '9 87the Navy, Hahn took the Asked what the toughest shot hits" Wason. Three-base =ib .MondaY..
Shanghai job. In his repertoire is Hahn de- Chase. Home runs Chase. Stolen r five-bitted the Brav t
cares that the 'double actuun"' bases. Frangioni. Watson 3. the Lfne to
l on 20218 4215601 (By H.F. M.) 4soor C.C ,test the mettle of Wan- on thachd e h ct l .yter 4, Mroe ordo l
shotinten Rvter-Cha sln-Musser Left on at Cla to .n s- ,ire-odA, -

g 179 193 192 5A9 With six clubs viewing for su- derers C.C.. said to be much without stopping, with a cluo bases Palomas 5. Conejos 9. WIn e tdne"says .AP sb"_.
n 215 173 244 632 premacy, the Atlantic Cricket stronger than last year at the In each hand. a.ternati.g let Bases on balls, off Kirkland 4; the a t t .i b Rol
178 138 213 529 League opens its season oan Sun- Rainbow City oval hand then right, is his ugn- Barbier 10; Kline 1. Strike-outs:i I
.. day, Jan. 16, ingames tobe y-! Mills C.C.. and Midland C.C., est shot, by Kirkland 3; Barbler 5 Hits 7.3gSi s I a
9. 1 W G 1232827 ed simultaneous at mount though not overly Imprssive t- Hahn has given new faith to off: Kirkland 3 for 0 runs in 5 1 M
H.I. neaus & Co. Hope. RainbW City. and 'Campp against the stronger club last~ ap many a duf fer. One of them innings: Barbier 9 for 11 runs Co u0 S Ivi"e M u*- .
154 209 198 51 Blerd son expects to be just the p- was nsoed to remark after his in 4-1/3 innings: Kline 2 for0 cial M
er 191 139 177 507 All clubs Wrill ee action on posite this year as thy achl exhibition: runs in 2/3 Innings. Wild pitch- fr
193 20q 154 55:. this opening ,ay a SilUver City present a line-up studded .th "If he can hit It that far es: Barbier. PWballs:Barnes.lan 11e
173 195 170 53 aC.C last yase champons, de- new faces They wil pay a left-handed, sitting down, and Winning pitcher: Kirkland i3-0).
182 176 181 548 fends ag, e powerful Sur- Camp Blerd. when the ball is on the move. Losing pitcher' Barbler 11-21. 2:'
Srey C.C. tr Mount Hope. while All games will start at 1 I ought to be able to nit It Umpires: Williams-Da. Time:
*A .' 02705 the paergI.vprlteL. Excel- p.m. shidhw 5.ol" 1:30.
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PairingsRleased; Pros

Smashing Par At Panama

Slammin' Sammy Snead today cabled the Pan-
ama Open tournament committee that he w oai be
unable to defend the title he won last year .4e to
the pressure of television work. '
Snead said: "Regret inform unable eemiete
Panama due television commitments stop ple gti-
press my regret people of Panama stop would nke
to play in tourney in memory President Remon but
impossible account TV schedule stop hope you have
wonderful tournament as in past."

bern 1

Snead is is the process of mak-
ing a series! of television shorts,
and had he not been forced to
withdraw from golf for several
weeks inDecember due to an In-
jured back, the TV pictures
would have been complete and
he would have come to Panama
to play in the $7,500 Open start-
ing Thursday afternoon. How-
ever, the two week lay-off dis-
rupted his' schedule and forced
the cancellation pf his Panama
Even minus Snead, the 1955
Panama Open Presents the
strongest field: in the history of
the tournament. Newcomers
from the United States Include
Arnold (Chesterfield) Palmer,
Herman (Pfizer) Barroen, Felice
(Panama Cigarettes) Torza, Lew
(Chiriqui Land Company) Wor-
sham and Porky (National Brew-
ery) Oliver. They arrived last
night accompanied by Ansel
(National Distillers) no w,
Charley (Panama Insurance)
Harper, Skip (CIVA) Alexander,
Pete (ESSO) Cooper, and Bob
(Machateros) Watson.
Other pros who will be com-
peting for the top money include
A r t Jones, Johnny Meuaser,
Johnny Bass, G. L. Cummings,
Bob Fretland, Anibal Macarron,
Harold Oatman and John 0'-
Roberto De Vicenzo (Lucky
Strike), two time winner and
last year's runner-up, and An-
tonio Cerda (BVD) head the La-
tin play-for-pay boys. Both bust-
ed par in practice rounds at
Panama Monday. De Vicenzo had
a 70 ad Cerda a.09 ,
AU th p were;n the tburse
t dy, afd RINal
practice rounds Wednesday aft-
ernoon before participating in
the golf clinic. The clinic will
follow Paul Hahn's exhibition
which starts at 4:30 'p.m.
Army Secretary Robert T.
Stevens, who will be attending
an important meeting on the
Atlantic side most of the day,
will fly over by helicopter to
take in the Paul Hahn show.
Stevens will land at No. 10 tee.
Mike Kulikowski, well known
local amateur, is coming to Pan-
ama from Brooklyn, New York,
where he is now stationed, to
participate in the Open. Henry
Russell, a ranking amateur from
Miami, is also expetced to be
here. Dorsey Nevergall, from
Lima, Ohio, arrived last night
along with Bob Duvall of the
Wilson Brothers Sportin Goods
Co. and C. C. Shaw of the Toro
Lawn Mower Company.
Opening round of the 72-hole
tournament will be la yedd
Thursday afternoon. The follow-
ing starting times and pairings
were released this morning by
the tournament committee:
FRIDAY (Amateurs)
No. 1
7:30 J. Paz Rodriguez
C. Campagnani
Sandy Hinkle.
7:40 Arosemena
DesLondes, Jr.
No. 10
7:30 Hanilton, Philip
Pearsall, Ernest
Kraka, John
Long. Robert.
Pairing for Thursday and
No. 1
8:00 Lally, J. R.
the Lifeliner attack off John
Iponceller of the- Braves.
Kobbe tallied single runs in
he fourth, fifth and seventh
innings. Left fielder Lloyd Wil-
cox tripled to open the fourth
and scored on Bill Wood's sin-
gle. Bud Bowling's three-baser
nd Gerhart's single produced
another run. e..
In the seventh, Gerhart open-
ed with a walk, moved up on
Ernie Lennot's one baser, and
amM across when Wilcox
[rounded to the thfrd baseman.
The 6-3, 19-year-old Lifeliner
ice fanned a dozen Braves
while walking four. Sponceller
[truck out five and gave up
ne base on balls.
John Bate rapped out two of
he five Ott off Oerhart.





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Mahon M. H.
Ollckehaus, ,
-8:07 Atkins, C.F.
Billings, R.L
Cooper, J. .: .
8:14 Des Londes, J.C.
Barret, C. W.
Duffus, W. A.
8:21 Beall, Harvey
Cllsbee, T. A.
Jcaks, Thomas A.
8:28 Mitten,; Herb
Jankus, Tony
Saarinen, A.
8:35 Rhodes, J.C.
Whaley, 0.
Medinger, R. B.
8:42 Bheehy, R. J.
Mann, R. L.
Whitney, Phi.
8:49 Westman, D. C.
Williams,. Frank
Smith, Jack.
8:57 Bishop; A. Dale
Cramer, John
Edeer, Eddy.
9:07 Galindo. Anibal
Oerrans, Earl
Valdes, HRector.
9:14 MacMnrray, harles
Kulikowaki, Mike
Goodman, D,
9:21 Moran, Paul
Chadwick, G.
Herrmann, J.
9:28 Lewter, ;J. '
Hakspel, Ludwig
Meeks, W. D.
9:35 Barret, H. 8.
Foster, 3d
Foster, Win. .,
9:42 LeBrun. Wm..
Muller, M. 3.
Riley, George.
9:49 Tubb+.a,.
Thin, Preston

Moei Jr., Prank
Saenh, Jaine.
No.. 1O
8:00 Courvile 0. A.
Bass. 8. W.
Henry, 8. L.
8:07 Coppenhaver, J. C~
Hadley, B. M.
Kilpatrick, HI
8:14 Field, 0.
Murphy, T. R.
Peabody, Jack.
8:21 Orvis, E. E.
Sha*, Clyde'
Tope, R. B.
8:28 Torian, Sam
Soyster, D.
Roades, Dusty.
8:35 McCarthy, C. H.
Mariano, H
Malavasc, F.
8:42 Bean, D.
Gloek, R. W.
Kukliki, Steve.
8:49 Better, A. C.
Capko, J. D.
Young, Wesley.
8:57 Cherry, B. M.
-Drennan, L M.
Edmonds, Rex.
9:07 Hause, Don
Lanza, Charles
Reid, Raymond.
9:14 Plata J. J.
Swartz, H. W.
Lewis, C. W.
9:21 Epperson, W. A.
Evans, Art
Kincald, Joseph.
9:28 Mills, R. L.
Matthews,, I 0.
Pearson, Robert
9:35 Orvis, Roger
Patterson, H. A.
Shine, D- S.
9:42 anfordL.
Taylor, j. F.
Toth, L.L.
9:40. Williams, R. T.
Solera; Jalme
Welchman, Phifp.
9:56 Arias, A.
Riley, Jim
Maya, Luls .nriue.

No. 1
12:00 0. Cumming
J. Bass
t to
12:10 Bans
I. Polo
C1rlo4 RodrigueL
12:20 Anel Snow
H. Oatman
A. Jones.
12480 I. M. ArIas &
Dorsey Nevergall
Pablo Molina.
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CAfOUS EL CAPER-Player s scrapped for the ball in what
loo lke a merry-go-round routine in the game between UCLA
and Dayton at ison Square. Garden.. Identifiable are the
Uclans' Allen Herring, 53, and John Moore, 32, and the Flyers
ca.. oh^ n L 1a The Vruins won, 104-92. (NBA)


Dan Daniel

On Dec. 29, 19S4, college basketball, which I had brought into
the Garden In 1930 for the benefit of New York's jobless and
homeless, became a regular feature in that arena under the
supervision of )Ned Irish. His introductory card 'matched Notre
Dame with NYU and Westminister with St. John's.
Saturday night will find the Irish and NYU at it again in
the Garden. This pairing-and the announcement that -after
having kept away from our local sports-palace since 1951, the
National Collegiate Assn. had scheduled its Eastern Regional
opening round for that floor on March 8-help to highlight the
fact that it's something like "old times" again there.
Met basketball enthusiasts are beginning to support Garden
college and pro contests almost with the fervor and zest they
displayed before the scandals of 1950-1951, considering that TV
has made st-At- ows of many former Garden regulars.
Local con fdeneIn the bona fides of court competition has
been rebuilt t.o lrkable degree. The'slze of some of V~
turnouts fOr .Coltegte mes in the Garden has been almost in-
credibl tin view ,of the lack of strength among metropolitan
Ten college dates here have attracted 95,478 paying guests.
Thirteen appearances of the pro Knickerbockers, plus two by
the Harlem Gl0betrotters, having drawn 165,256, so that basket-
ball has accounted for a grand total of 260,734, even this early
In the Garden season,
The colleges are hooting for the 447,298 which 38 dates pack-
ed into the Garden in 1950-1951, and aren't doing too badly when
it is considered. that City College has declared that arena off-
limits, and LIU no longer supports a team.
There is talk that LIU will revive the sport next fall and
perhaps venture back into the Garden. But it will be a long time
before CCNY even considers returning to the locale of its spec-
tacular triumphs and horrendous memories.

Betting on basketball, both college and pro, In this area is
as prevalent as ever. There is a lot of wagering on contests play-
ed in campus gymnasiums in particular. The betting public
somehow has developed the notion that there is no probability
of shennanigans if the games are played under the eyes of col-
lege officials and college rooters in the Ivy-covered precincts of
old Siwash.
Finding a taker of basketball bets in thls city is difficult.
But there is little trouble in that line over in New Jersey. Start-
ing at 5 o'clock on any night there is a varsity schedule it is
extremely tough to get a telephone call into any of the leading
books on the other side of the Hudson.
There is far more wagering on the campus shooters than
on th epros. The operations of one of the pro teams have made
the books at bit leary. But nothing truly suspicious has taken
The big books are keeping a close surveillance on all basket-
ball competition because those scandals came very near wreck-
ing a gorgeous racket.

The Garden management is more alert than ever. The arena
is policed both by the management and by the city. Even prac-
tice sessions are guarded closely.
"Everything humanly possible is done to keep basketball in
the Garden beyond reproach," said Lester Scott, of the Ned Irish
"The fans appreciate this, and are bouncing back to the
game with gratifying results. Our recent holiday tournament
rew 86,000, even with a mistake in scheduling. Setting the final
for New Year's Eve was an error. We got only 12,135, as against
better than 16,000 for the semifinals.
"We did not run that tournament. It was sponsored by the
Eastern College Athletic Conference, with six of its member in-
stitutions participating.
"What with the NCAA and the ECAC OKing the Garden,
we feel we are on the road to even bigger thing. than we ever
had before those scandals broke around here."

Intercollegiate basketball is making ist recovery locally in
spite of the persistent efforts of the NCAA rules tinkerers to
ruin the game. There is, for one irksome handicap, the bonus
rule. The vast majority of the coaches are for Its extermination,
ano there is every reason to believe It will be eliminated before
another season folls around.
Under the bonus rule, if a fouled player cages the free point i
he as awarded a second shot. Last season, the rules permitted
a shooter a second try if he missed his first effort after having
been fouled.
As a result of the bonus rule, college basketball has become
a foul-shooting carnival. Teams outsrOng their foes in field
goals often are beaten by those ridiculous free throws.
Just as the football pro have far better rules that our col-
Oe ,1fldlroa .teaMs operate under, so do the basketball hired,
men 9 M. ae w. w _ms e ..t e? 6XV that of the MCAa.
Te best Mu t e proftnal book is the one which fore t
apiaetos81otln a 36-scoaMds lml. Tibs prevent, stallt I
In a rnlew nt ne Minneapolis led Fort Wane by 1 oiatins
In the third -. Fort Wayne won by two, becatUe is o
ponetn was unable to trezss that ball.
Another r which the collage would do well to pick up
from SA Pros am y s96 six ls on S quartr 0for a teal. pr
eacM Igra fol then an addtMalt ftm
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Fishnlag Editor !a
Unquestionably, the g r e a test
NEW YORK (-NEA) Moose angling achievement in re c e n t
Krause was enjoying a cup of years occurred early this Octo-
hotel ccffee until somebody brought ber, when Chuck Ewart of Prince ', .
up college basketball's latest at I George, British Columbia, caught
tempt to turn the game into a'a 36-pound steelhead in the Kis-.
ireemnrow shooting contest. piox River. *
"They have a bonus rule," the Ewart nailed his big sea run
Notre Dame atheltic direct t o0r rainbow on spinning gear, using
snorted, "when they should have a webbing spoqn which caused
a noeuction." him to work on the fish for 90 I *
The bonus rule, ycu"l remem- minutes. F o u r days earlier, a i
ber, is that danuy little part of i31%pounder was taken from the V
the college rules which gives a suc- Isame river, by another s p o o n I
cessful ouul shooter 'one on the slinging angler, which seems to
course 'most every time you turn indicate that the Kispiox may
around. i hold some cf the largest rainbow 6on \
"Instead of giving shots away," trout in North America. o do
Krause, who piayeu and ccacned Our present world's record of
Irish basketball, went on, "They 37 pounds from Idaho was a lake- As to counting scales, experi
should stop toul shooting alto-type rainbow. Although 20 odd ental work was done so e
gether before we wind up with fish over the 30. pound marker mental work wias done so eat
notamg iett to see. ,have been snaffled in that same years a which Indicated that
Since the schools began operate. Lake Pende Oreille during the num er of scale- rows decreas-
ing with the bonus shct business past decade, few p u r i s t steel- ed with a rise in water tempera-
six weeks or so back, their gimes headers regard these catches as ture during the early develop-
have approximated a Pnilnar- unique. The difference is th a t of the fish.
monic Symphony orchestra warm- stream-type rainbows are usually Therefore, rainbow trout from
mng up.I stronger fish. high altitude, cold water lakes
During a recent ,tour of western have a scale count greater than
"What I want is a modification fishing areas, we were asked by the same fish in warmer, low alti-
of tne fouling rule," Moose said. many sportsmen to clarify Field tude waters.
"I want all free-throw shooting & Stream's position in the rain- The anglers who argue t h at
cut out of tne regular game. jbow trout controversy. Specifical- there are identifiable differences
"Keep a check on the fouls and ly, why are stream-type fish then, are correct, but only in the
. then (u either of two things: which migrate to the ocean in the sense of a particular environ-
"Have the teams stage a free- same category as the non-migra- ment.
throw contest at the completion tory lake rainbows? And why Our national fishing contest
of the contest cr use Maurice isn't the 48 pounder caught in covers thousands of such environ-
Podoloff's suggestion-add up tne Jewel Lake, British Columbia, on ments. To be fair to the public
fouls and at tne end of each half our books as the present world's at large, the rainbow trout must
phoot the difference. I have 25 record? remain within a single classifica-
touls and you Have 30. That gives It is generally recognized that tion.
you five shots at the end ot the the steelhead is a sea run rain- The 48-pounder caught in Jewel
naif. bow trout. T hey are the same LIke might or might not be au-
"the spectators watching this fish in a different environment. thentie. In all probability' it was.
year's play *prove to me one thing Many western anglers feel that But the 48-pound fish was never
-basketball is a great game. It's the two can be separated on the properly authenticated by photo
got to be to keep people coming basis of physical' appearance, spe- or witnesses. S h o u I d pictures
out. Why, if football games ran cifically, their color and by mak- ever turn up, we'll re-open -our
on the same lines, we'd nave difti- ing a scale count. books.
culty selling tickets to a game But color is a highly individual
witu anyoouy." character. (Distributed by NEA Service)
Krause is the latest-and one of
the strongest-voices to be raised
against present-day basketball. I
T'oo often, when a guy like tnis
makes such a suggestion, his opin-
ions are passed otf as dreams.
But the big fellow who has been
running Notre Dame athletics for
several years now has-if other
opinions mean anything-a sound-
as-a-dollar idea.
Podoloff, th president o f the a
National Baetba ,.. Association, *. .. .-. .--. ..-
feels the sam 'way.
"The foul shot should be taken oA r gr
out of normal play," he says. ou g
"A game should have proges-
sive suspense. In football, a team
moves the ball. It is halted. It re-
groups its forces and moves on
again. You're always waiting for l
the climax.
"In basketball, a player drives *
at the basket. You wait for some- friend
thing to happen. Then, booml O
Somebody hits him, the whistle
blows and everything stops. The
spell is broken. It taxes a couple
of minutes for it to be built up
again. Sometimes it never is." r .
Johnny Nucatola, the referee, is
another who would abandon the
"If my way were law," he says,
"I'd never blow a whistle as long
as there is no gain or loss on a
play. Say a player goes through
and shoots. He's hacked as he
shoots-but the shot goes in. Ob-
viously, the foul didn't mean any-
thing. Why bother to call it?
"We should not ban a player
for excessive fouls. We should
have no limit. There isn't a sport
in the'world where a team is
forced, to play without full
strength because somebody com-
mitted five fouls. Hockey has a
,penalty rule, but only for two
or five minutes. In basketball,
five. It .ruins the game."
Three pretty good opinions-
and all talking about what most
consider "pipe dream" stuff,
Guess it is a little whacky. They
want the impossible-a full game
of basketball.
Anybody sane knows you sim-
ply must have something like 60
foul shots a game or it's not a

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Kansas Coach strike from
By DR. PHOG ALLEN Aen. Runner up end
Written for NEA Service ,. ii,. win4 o, g.,
QUESTION: A player took a ee
foul shot and the ball rolled ar-
ound the rim. A teammate leap-
ed and tapped ,the ball in. The H k

referee called a violation and the
other team took the ball cut.!
What was wrong here? Ed
Answer: Not many know this,
yet a met allowed to touch!
a bal o the rim if It is the re-
sult of a foal shot.
Q. On a three.second violation,
where is the bagf taken out from?
I note players always run to the
side, but te referee makes them
come back underneath the basket.
Bob tai el dire Ryd

Q. Wure Aid Johnny Wooden
each buefr takag over UCLA?
A. m ate.


Be Available Fo Olymr

By Oscar Fraley
NEW YORK, Jan. 11 (UP) -
The NCAA Basketball Commit-
tee was scratching desperately
today for some method to hold
Its place in the Olympic sun
but it appeared doubtful that
any collegians would be avail-
able for the 1956 games In Aus-
The NCAA champion, Ken-
tucky in 1948 and Kansas in
1952, composed half of the
Olympic basketball squad. The
other half came from the ranks
of the A.A.U.

But the time, element made
college players unavailable for
the Pan-American Games at
Mexico City in March and
also appears to doom college
participation in the 1956
Olympic Games.
Arthur C. (Dutch) Lonborg of
Kansas, chairman of the NCAA
basketball committee, announc-
ed yesterday that no college
personnel would be available
for the Pan-American Games, MI
VHis group recommended that
the United States entry be
composed of seven players each
from the AAU and the new
Armed Forces team.
The NCAA runs into a simi-
lar time problem as far as the
196 Olympic Games are con-
Thus the collegians which
might be selected would miss
all of their school's practice
and possibly several games.
"We still will try to work out *'s'
something when we meet at
Denver In-June," said Lonborg, SImi
"but it doesn't look very hope-
Several plans have been con-
sidered but none appear feas- -
"We have thought of ask- EN4
ing the seniors to hold off
turning professional until af- Toda
ter the Olympic Games," o n-

borg explained. "There also is coaches simply couldn't
a thought to ask coachess to tO let them go. h
release' players so that they
can make the Olympic trip." Thus it appears that ti
Neither plan sounds practical and the newly organized
Graduating players of June, Forces team will Jave t(
1956, aren't going to sit idly by the load happily for 1
when the pro clubs start train- in the Olympics. And tf
ing in August and lose three ter two trips to the ii
months' salary. And the college tional games the college I
kids wanted for the Olympics ball players will sit th
would be the big stars whose out.

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Welcome to Panama

One of Panama's great
sporting events
- the Panama Open Golf Tournament
is again bringing some
of the world's
greatest golfers to the Isthmus.
The makers of
these fine athletes,
whose sportmanship and
ability have given Panama
such pleasure.

We hope they
as well as the

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To Undermine AN IN

'Mr. France'

PARIS, Jan. 11 (UP) A ma-
Jor political assault aimed at
undermining the strength of "'Let the people
; Premier Pierre Mendes-France
begins in the National Assembly
today while the premier is en- THIRTIETH TEAR
.. gagea in a series of Import -nt .. ...
conferences in Rome.
The battle is for the prosi- 5 5
dency of the divided Nail'na i U S
Assembly. The post is now held f U S I
iby Socialist Andre Le Troquer.
a supporter of Mendes-France
who seeks reelection in the new
session of parliament. The Corn- Am
munsts and the extreme rght
wing will try to seat their own I
Sman. t
Mendes-France, fresh front a
four-day vacation in SouthernI
-,,Italy, began a busy two daysi UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Jan.
In Rome with a morning con- -(UP) Highly placed diplo-
erence with Italian budget matic sources said today United
minister Ezio Vanont. Nations secretary-general Dag
Later in the day he meets Hammarskjold apparently ha s
V .r.nii. .. nin qCnlhba nd r ,lo j ...:foi I. -! _-

eign Minister Gaetano Martin
'RESS AT WORK Dr. Irving Peress, former Army major, in conferences informed source:
works on a patient in his office in New York. said were aimed at selling Ital
plans his pet idea of a Europear
r* 1* arms pool.
A. i.The National Assembvl met
oII UF at 3 p.m. to elect a successor
democrats To Follow Up to the onearmed Le Troquer
Three ballots were schedulcc
and the results were not ex
r ss Case Investigation peteled until late evening.
reSMeanwhile Mendes I- ranee
-.o was expected to make an all
-, 0 out effort to sway Italy into
wASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (UP) with the Army for months about the French arms pool camp
en,. John L. McClellan tD1 the Peress affair, had been ex- before he heads north for
) told the Senate yesterday pected to reopen his own inquiry talks with West German
Ifl give! "prompt considera- at a meeting of the subcomimt- Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
9" to the ",peress case" when tee today. at Bade Baden. Italywas re-
tkes over as chairman of the An aide said, however, that ported favorably inclined,
tao Investigating subcommit- McCarthy suddenly left town Adenauer opposed.
ol e Sunday night after telling him A foreign office spokesman a1
pledge to reopen to cancel the meeting. This ap- The Hague said last night Ho.
wplellans made after Sen. parently left it up to the Dem- land was 'almost definitely op
i antel ws-Tex. introduc- ocrats, who take over control of posed" to Mendes-France's pla.
e risel uDton calxin for con- the subcommittee this week, to for an arms pool. Britain anc
a rtvestlution callingof co u- pursue the matter further. Germany were the chief oppon
by the Democratic-con- I In probably its final report ents with Holland, Belgium and
CS congress. The legislation under the chairmanship of Me- Luxembourg cool.
sponsored by 53 other sen- Carthy, the subcommittee said The battle for the presidency
sponsored by 53 other se today that Communists have of the National Assembly may
*niel said the resolution was successfully infiltrated defense foreshadow other battles ovei
nded to include specifically a'factories and are in position to such issues as the French bud
te study of the promotion obtain -vital" military secrets, get, home rule for Tunisia und
charge of former Maj. The report urged Congress to a new electoral system thai
speres, who was released pass a law to force Reds out of will determine the fate of Mew
e Army after refusing to defense plants. des-France's government.
B.n. J eph R. McCarthy It also called on the Defense The election was expected
a* t he wa a. Communist Department to draft regulations to develop into a test of
I~. rsat d t heAm had barring Communists from work strength between the left of
S c .f'i .^d factories producing defense center majority that backs
dicord" by witiM nearlymaterials, even If It Is not secret the Premier and the right of
o r diod by waiting nearly,.ok. .center group that opposes him
ar to issue a complete report work. benter g to him
the case I The Peress case returned to as bitterly as do the Com-
y leillan who will renplae the spotlight last Friday when munists.
cClellan who will replace the Army reported that Army The Mendes-France majority
an, immediately told tLh Counsellor John C. Adams and of Socialists, Radicals and Gaul.
to "the Peress case willbeiLt. Gen. Walter L. Welble, deputy llsts first emerged last year in
d s unfinished business. chief of staff, had made tne de- electing Le Trouquer to the of-
be n prompt consi- cision to discharge the New York lice which is the second high-
Ir te g Podentist. est protocol office in the land
cClellan said the subcomr- Daniel said Army Secretary and ranks only after that ol
attee will try to make a "final Robert T. Stevens decided to is- President Rene Coty.
position" of the case. sue the 10,000-word document The Communists joined thp
'McCarthy, who has wangled after learning that McClellan Mendes group then but this
intended to go into the case. He year the Comm4nists and the
said the report was 'long over- followers of Gen. Charles Do
due." Gaulle are expected to vote a-
While the report probably against the Premier's group.
would answer most questions The Communists and Oaull.
Iy NOAUI wSuppA about Peress, Daniel said, it ists hold the balance of power
u w juppeIi nevertheless should be studied in the divided Assembly.
b y Senate committees. Mendes France is not direct-
In the report the Army said It ly involved in today's battle but
f. Premier10 N discharged, rather than court- a Le Troquer defeat would un-
Smartialed Peress, as McCartny dermine the Premier's political
jASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (UP)-'demanded, because there were authority since it would threat.
aged by new evidence of po-
a cf South Vietnam, informed' .Lusn ounces
Sces said today. Announces Date
e.y said this evidence, reach-,
here in reports from Indochi-
1 favor of anti-communist forces O f A nnua Spring Festival
S Vietnam.
S'.. recent months, there had o
hbe ccnsiderable concern here The annual Spring Festival many visitors who will wish to
elsewhere that the Vietnamese at Morgan's Gardens, Miraflor- spend much of the entire day
- a" -be unable to form a solid es, will 'bq held this year on at the Gardens.
ievement able to save the aa- Saturday, Feb. 5. Spectacle-type and vaudeville-
. h ,from becoming completely Announcement of the date style entertainment will be pre-
mMunist. Under the Geneva a- for the affair one of the sented at intervals throughout
eaCent ending the lIdochina outstanding open air events of the day. In addition, Mr. and
there is supposed to be a the Pacific Side's social season Mrs. Charles P. Morgan will
election r unifying each year was made last conduct interested groups per-
feared a Red sweepLifthe night by Leonard M. Brockman, sonally through their grounds.
S feared aomfes swe. chairman of the Festival steer- Gifts, novelties, and tourist
S te comes off. committee, at a parish items characteristic of Panama
S st week Diem made a trip meeting at St. Luke's Cathe- and the Central American coun
dr- p:-al r l f the Fe stivaL. tries will be available for pur-

with the people of ae
and received wildly enthu-
, support from crowds of
J e former communist-held
Dem was greeted by
I ring persons who dem-
(r three hours.
trip ought the first such
"snm for the Premier in
Mk of trying to reform Viet-
Md creating a solid govern-
*( the people. American of-
Aihink the outburst of sup.
saates Diem may be able
job necessary to save the
i.from Communism.

* Of 15th Naval
. Blood To
nma Hospitals
front the Fifteenth
W Marine Barracks
over 90 pintP of
charity cases in Pan-
pSI through the V7W
Mi mrgency
i te e -the do-
Ci, oai va ter of
~* 1P udaft the
of blood to
aief tif begin-'

With improved facilities to chase. A cake-sale will offer the
ease parking complications, it best from the kitchens of many
Is expected that the numerous of the one's most skilleZd ama-
and widely varied attractions teur pastrymakers.
of the dayong affair will at-. Admission to the gardens will
tract even more than last year's remain at 25 cents, Brockman
record attendance of over 5,000 said. Tickets are scheduled to
Isthmlans. Brockman said. go on sale late this week.
Traditionally, the exotic set-
ting itself is one of the major Landowners
attractions. The Morgan resi-. n wners lOW
dence and grounds are located T
atop a hill on the Canal side I 0 Make Property
of Gallard Highway about half- Aval* le To
way between Los Rios and the Avai able To Army
Miraflores Bridge turnoff,
They have been attractive GATESVILLE, Tex. Jan. ll
landmarks for years, and the (UP Army authorities today
acres of grounds around them were trying to sign up enough!
devoted to the raising of flow- landowners around Ft. Hood so'
era and other lush tropical the 3rd Corps armor can roll on
p)ant--many of them at their maneuvers next month
best at this season merit not! only about half of the landown-
mere:y one, but many vislte, I ers in a 3-millicn acre area sought
BrockIian said. by the Army have signed up, al-
l addition, a score or more though more were reported sign-
of widely varying attractions j daily.
will compete for the visitors. farmers andx ranchers after,
attentions. Many, including aI- iv *Exercise Long Horn"
muaements for adultsas wen5 as o 000 men, complain
entrancing entertainment for bris.bout damge to lad ame
ohldren, will be arranged in too s plow. -
"M way style. The Army as a s pecial team,
OPportun 1" too by popcorn, negotiating for Muse o l
spun sugar, S -d other carnival. They point out that only 20,000
style conifectons will be ro- meIn out b olved i 3000 o
wided. MOe solid food incl ruary maneuvers, and that dam-
a. barber l, i autaln the age should be lighter.

aieicu to win iipmedate release
1 for 11 American arrmen jailed on
s spy charges in Communist China.
- But they said he has kept the
door open for future negotiations
which might win their freedom.
t Hammarskjold himself disclos-
r ed nothing as he emerged from
. behind the B nboo Curtain at
d Hong Kong, although he was bom-
. boarded with question by nearly
100 Western newsmen.
'"I don't think we should have
any questions," Hammars jold
said. "I cannot comment in sub-
stance on my mission."
But diplomatic sources in
London were less reticent.
They said frankly that the U-
alited Nations- secretary general
had failed to win release now
for the Americans.
Their information appare n t l y
t was based on a detailed report of
- Hammarskjold's week-long series
" of conferences with Red China's
premier and foreign min i s t e r
d Chbu En-lai, received by the Brit-
- ish Foreign Office from its charge
" d'affaires in Peiping.

The Foreign Ofice had no ofi-
cial comment.
But diplomats in the known said
the most encouraging act to e-
merge from the Hammarskjold-
Chou talks was that the door re-
mains open to further negotia-
Further talks may bring a-
bout the release of the Amerl-


ama American

e know the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln.


Fliers Stay In Prison



can airmen whose detention has
become an extreme Irritant in
the tense relations between the
United States and Red China.
Hammarskjold's only contribu-
tion to the press in Hong Keong
was the text of a message he had
sent to Chou En-lai, expressing
appreciation for the "heIp and
courtesy" shown to him and h is
party while in Peiping.
It was believed t h a t Ham-
marskjcld will withhold his re-
port until after he has conferred

with President Eisenhower or oth-
er high-ranking U.S. officials.
D. R. Mankekar, New Delh
resident editor of The Times of
India who is in Peiping on special
assignment for United Press. said
in cables it was assumed Ha m-
marskjold is taking back to t h e
United Nations the Red Chinese
view point on the fliers' case.
Mankekar said it also was indi-
cated that Hammarskjold had
promised to inform Chou of t h e
United Nations' reaction.

o -

Radford: 'Blockade China

-- 0

Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chair-
man of the joint chiefs of staff,
said today an Allied blockade to
Red China would be an elective
step to take if other efforts fail to
free 11 American fliers imprison-
ed there.
Radord, returning from a round-
the-world inspection trip, t o I d
newsmen that a blockade would
"be the best way to tackle such a
He did not advocate a blockade
in so many words but he said that
if other measures fail to win free-
dom for the 11 imprisoned Ameri-
can airmen, a blockade would
"have a great deal of effect on the
Red Chinese."
United Nations secretary Dag
Hammarskjold conferred with Red
Chinese leader Chou En-lai in Pei-
ping in a dramatic win

THEIR SON IS FREE At Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noble,
parents of John Noble who was released by the Russians, point
happily to a photograph of their son. The man at right in the
photo is Pvt. William Marchuk who was also released.

freedom for the airmen. But high-
ly placed diplomatic sources ni
London said today he apparently
failed to win their immediate re-
But these sources said Ham-
marskjold kept the door open for
future negotiations which might
win their freedom.
Diplomats have assumed that if
Hammarskjold's mission failed the
United States would take other
steps to free the fliers.
Sen. William F. Knowland (R-
Cal.). Republican leader of the
Senate, has previously urged a
blockade of Red China as one
of these steps.


Judge's Bench

Juan 8'. Salinas was sentenc-
ed to spend ten days in jail
during this morning's session
in the Balboa Magistrate's court
after he was found guilty of
battery. The 41-year-old Pana-
manian defendant hit Marcos
A, Ouardado following an argu-
Three Colombians were pick-
ed up as trespassers in the
Gamboa Commissary. This mor-
ning two of them, Mercedes de
Anaya, 48 and Guillermo Ana-
ya, 62, were given suspended
sentences. The third defendant,
Zolla P. de Amariz was fined
Antonio H. Huggard, a 41-
year-old Panamanian was fined
$15 for vagrancy.

Former Fascist

'Lion Of Africa'

Dies After NIness
ROME, Jan. 11 (UP) For-
mer Italian Marshal. Rodolfo
Graziant, Fascism's "Lion of
Africa," died today at a Rome
Graziani, 72, had been ailing
for several years.
An Italian military tribunal
convicted Graziani in May. 1950.
of treason charges and sentence.
ed him to 10 years in prison,
but his sentence was cut by
amnesties to only 14 months.
He was taken into custody
in 1945 ind charged with colla-
borating with Fascist Dictator
Benito Mussolini in Northern
Italy after the Italians surren-
der to the Allies.

." He was given a military trial
)_ I after a civilian court had dis-
qualified itself following a five-
1- I month hearing.
Graziani's defense was based
onil the ground that he was
only a soldierr caring out or-
Folow b bis release from
iao, O sraztant. asked for
membership in the new Fas, srn
ialan SocialSt movement.

Paui Kahn T6Be
On HOG Tonight
gW Bi 8. t$ ghet


GOOD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marchuk a p"i.e hp
at Norristown, Pa.. as they read the aewa tha thel a so,
William Marchuk. has been released freim a Sovint prigsm
after asar)y sin year's ati~~set
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.. -0 AO.

Read story on page 8

Chiang Sends

His Bombers

Against Reds

TAIPEI, Formosa, Jan. 11 (UP)
.Nationalist four-engine bombers
hit Communist warships and artil-
lery positions in the Tichen Is
land group today In retalitto fcr
yesterday's Red asackg against
the Nationalist outpost
_The ministry of uf- MI de.
feasme said the four-enind Piv.
alterm rared out ofrwa
bef.e dawh to hit Cs-,aim t.
held stands and gmwbt "e.
cenratein as the '-Iti wta"
off the Cda coast flared Io
the greatest activity in maths.

The Nationalists said they
These views w from the "probably damaged" several Red
These views grew from t h e warshipS near aSng.. ,Isa.d
wording of a joint communique ouwar net ar Tueng n land,
issued by Chou and Hammarsk- e ouwet of Te-hen, and car-
jold -in Peiping Monday. raid against Tten nd14
As in the ease of other com. miles north of Tachen. 'The
muniques Issued'by Pelpinand Tachen group is 200 miles north
U. N. headquarters In New of Formosa.
York, no inliUn. was given on The Communists did not resume
the outcome of talks but the other attacks aganat Ta hen fol-
final mesage sadd "we hope to lowing yesterday' day-long
continue the esta lish- ralds, described as the heaviest
in these meetings. ever carried out during the long
China civil war by either Nation-
Hammarskjold went to Pelpipn alst or Communit aircraft. Sme
last Wednesday under a U. N. Red planes did fly over but drop-
mandate to argue for the release d no bombs.
of the fliers on the ground that Official reports said more than
they were in uniform when their 100 Communist planes participate.
Supenfort was shot down o v e r d in yesterday's attack. They
north Korea during the Korean were identitlfed asRusalan-buUt
war. Tu-2 Light bombers, La-11 fight-
It was assumed that Chou did er bombers and a number of cov-
not relent from the Chinese view- ering Mig-15 jet fighters.
;_f .I.. ot.-- -L J. .. 16- _6

pomt hat the fliers were s h o t
down in Manchuria while alleged-
ly on an espionage mission.
Chou, who was not among the
Red Chinese officials who greeted
Hammarskjold at the airport last
Wednesday, also was absent when
the secretary general's party left
for Canton.
U. N. observers here, n oti n g
the communique's reference to
discussion of questions pertinent
to relaxation of world tension and
to the hope of continuing the con-
tact between the world organize.
tion and the Peiping government,
speculated that Hammarsk j ol
was en route home with a counte$.
proposal from the Red Chinese.
In view of Hammarskjold's firm
pronouncement before his depar-
ture that he would negotiate on
nothing but the prisoner issue, as
directed by the General Assem-
bly observers believed, that the
U.N. chief felt the counter-propo-
sal, if it was made, was not un-



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"Many" Islanders were killed
and heavy damage was inflicted
on the Nationalist outpost.

The Russian4uilt ra ders
showered some 300 bombs on the
northern anchor base of the
strong of Nationalst Islands off
the Communist-held mainland.
They kindled roaring fires and
inflicted many casualties among
Tachen's 13,000 natives. OfficalZ
reports dd not say whether any
Nationalist ships in Tachen waters
were damaged or sunk.
The Peiping Radio said the Red
airmen destroyed one landing craft
in Tachen harbor, damaged an-
other, damaged a supply vessel
which was left enveloped inm smke
and flame, and damaged a naval
vessel not further identiftd. It
ad althe planes returned safely
fomt he,,attaek.
The Defense Ministry listed two
raiders as possibly destroyed and
two as damaged in the seven and
a half hours enemy planes batter-
ed Tachen.
Manned by some of Chiang's
best troops, he NaUtionalist count-
ered with an intense anti-air.
craft barrage. Fighter planes
dd not undertake the 250-mile
flight from Formosa to challenge
the Reds.
Top level military officials held
urgent conferences of what they
called the critical situation.
The unamplified reference sug-
gested the Natonalists saw a pos-
sibility that the record air raid
might presage an invasion attempt,
either against Tachen or on a long-
er range basis against Formosa
The United States has signed a
mutual defense treaty with the
Cinese Nationalists, but it has
not been retfied by the Senate.
President Eisenhower has said
the U.S. 7th Fleet would protect
A communique last night said
the Reds flew 100 sorties against
Tachen, with their light bombers
guarded by jet fighters. It said
300 bombs were dropped.

Spellman Lauds

Magsaysay's Fight

Against Communism
MANILA, P. T., Jan. 11 (UP)
-Francis Cardinal Spellman con-
gratulated President Ramon Mag-
saysay Monday night for his "un-
tiring effort and dedicated lead-
ership" in the Philippine strug-
gle to defeat the forces of com-

Spellman, Archbiship of Ne w
York and Vicar General of .the
United States Armed Forces, de-
scribed Magsaysay's Reputation
as "equally brilliant as his char-
acter is outstanding." He said
his leadership had "given impe-
tus, integrity, intelligence, ener.
gy and animation to the soul of
the Filipino nation."
The cardinal made the state-
ments at a formal dinner given
by the President at Malacanang
Palace in honor of the visiting
Catholic dignitary and attended
by government officials and mem-
bers of thp diplomatic corps.
Ma ysay, in anearlier tri-
but te theCardinal,. N he had
a "very special pla m the FlM-
pino heart because he had dis-
yed a very rel and very warm
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