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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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System ID: AA00010883:00622
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seventy-six can piaots are is entitled: "Robert F. Bonyd ao
one .rei to ue today behalf of himself and a
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back pa? from the Panama Ca- situated, versus the Pana Ca-
nal Co nal co.pipy.'
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overrtsdithe Company'a demur- with the Court of Clarin
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WASHINGTON, Jad-'1i '--(fi,
-President Elsenhower aid to-'
day the United Sta t s have
nothing to say on t te be-
tween Costa Rica.:*IJuw. aragua
until, a special er i c a n
commission has mae s on-the-
spot investigation.
The President pOiNdd out at
his news conferfpe thif" special
five-man commit appointed
by the Council of e Oaiaton
of American States leftWashing-
ten by plane for "Costs Rica at
6:18 a.m., T-EST tW.
The President pomd t that
the OAS had been OuIufuI in
the past in settling Inter-Ameri-
can disputes.
The Council of, the prganiza-
tion of American States -a thoriz-
ed the onthe.spot nvyrJ4tton of
the touchy Costa Ie, ara gua
foud at an eme .meeting
Were late yesterday. It o voted
to call an extra meeting
of American forei rs to
consider the repo on.
(The special as ex
pect* to land at at
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VJis 4duesada (eire) Is 30 miles om'la Jose.

Second Town

Said SeizM

By Invaders

SAN JOSE, Costa Ricea, Jan. 12 (UP) Th
of this invasion -threaltned capital was
machlnMun fire from a himti, unidentifid ple
a.m. EST today.
Unconfirmed reports resheod in the coePi
voders identified by th government as 0
neighboring Nicaragua adized the Pacific c'
town of uerto Soley dur.n tIhe eight.
The port is located ins th far north of
only about three miles fpm- the Nicaraguo n fES.-
near thi city of La Cru, on tihe Pan Amr"Weri
Thl machine-gunnl0g 'of.the capital M
walks'# the centrally located 4zao.de la
There was no immediate report of
the brief aerial attack.
4 o information was i ltely lovai
point from which the plai. cael
The capital remained ca eat
No move as been m e
lare mIartal law he".
no Wlak4rnt and the oa

e Arcuc

u tori "as the
iabilv lat. hu R

:howay,, was of'tie that the eight of apo, on Jan. zor ten -t e ne, th-6 n-ation A-
thelto; st o u mNavy Pri r shot down a h maerican ,&ta Is not ideally e-
y a$ doctors by soviet alrca3pr, 8. 1950 Aceording t a report rende- quedt Geal.ithmuch
5oSS e,,tor< --ether orz wr ,An Rus-an nda. Two ed to.#W'A-n bly yesterday by d5 o a"*.wlth a 'c1"
IFn Minister of Gonrnment andr Uaon
sot em yed by le ta h ama Ca- other died, e NIS=r a .. t iste rha evreo Gtemeo a "W teve h. oto
ial comndV., uless they ar He said the iapgt ad there JustlfCatr1a noAro ha Graell, "Wh te
employed the Company to armens were alt the vastles te n n_ one were arrest- P sntincident t haw d to
perform same other lunctlohN.7 Vorkuta slave e.jomplex ored In nne1ob with the a&aa- ClnwhethrIt will develop
In wmSlxtf Ieenda411m were on their w Wasere. -. Inatton. Ma& of them were re- into- more than t&lh..1Unit-
demu rer, the court had tt Noble said he heart this from leaef ia di- as it was proven ed States will hve louy to
to adS; other Vorkuta prisoners last that *y hodt nothing to do with1reconsider its policy of supping
y would Congres wish to spring- the of President Remon. arms to Central American coun-
aze athe ilots by reson o He said the oviet attempted HoWever ving rt I- tries whi feelthemselves
elr trasfer when previously it to suppress t* news for the stein, an Am erican whow -r .....eltreatened. There are so teany

S ,.her o .fic-s and. crews ofl klled. Though his Z8el6m6 has bee e. POlicies, a..mmnast.=tlo. change
vessels enoying erta om- Noble made this statement t,.gc m W lly since last Often, that state which Is
AmentR advma "e1Am eriscan officials to elaborate wee ken mhersatned today, may be a po
aRotn.a g*ed ) hVis brief mention of the 19501 even or detectives are tentlal-agesuor tomorrow.
the dab nthat has shbincident at a. pre* conference aiding PSana uthores
in the mind of the court that of- ear i ar tehtrda.- t.msid c t lmw th the of he] Uh ofon ISth hea
fliers and members Of Cr ok o nf d o *s d "-e .i. n f the Rae Nlilns
vessels should receive ayless merican I In o- teeea onf r a I a A
consedertion by reasonof ee wee o af t U M
ompanyten of theysoan aa C 4d im t see them. iJuan so raoftra rA. where
Company th should haye Noble told the cO.feene that President Remon was ,.asa ,inat
a em oesofthea a C Stalin'ssonisa in a n Oni- 3adI .. VIul@d

Psop hdnone dmark there could On Rr sos to
The lots are bein repre ent- t o fef a revolt In the SovietiI
Od by the iwal *w fprm of Van eutlabor empire. ,Iha ed TAIPEI, Formosa, Jan 12 (UP)
._-len, ... ...And-DO,.Cast" said -otherprisoners In .& S ;; Chinese Nationalist heavy

by. l T$ Iwne U_+eUed WAurc o bonrhmbers attedCommunist-r
an y 4.~ rkta n Arcicnorth /- Positions In the Tachen islands

Nolaiof aleo ttovalduiamn Lt.Notlis monof eon
lxP nnTh t ,e a Sjria auencthe Red's massive bombings of
V..Air.fo r .A e .. piOce said four- e n-
Boyl-e..'J8 12 (UP) ti gined Privateer bombers batter-
Weak oPePlusX Ui today recelv.td Communist-held 'lenso and
ae t the Vatican in the Nationalist bastion of Tachen,
Jiste mhe has granted o 00 miles north of Formosa,
de pricipal target of the Corlmu-
short Ntalks with Mnt attacks.
ltmh to become the first The Nationalist destroyer
Fenh received at t h e eemort Taipel. crippled by Red
Vat an .Ie the late Pope PlUS Chinese bombse at Tachen on
II audience to Pierre M today limped intoKeeling
LavI vinamuw, 1W.harbor In northern Formosa to-,
reovering f _.~a netar-fata ln raids by more than 100
se nded Sm hi fourth floor bed.
room to his. pedvate library .n as
Alor below. r
aireBetiodud but the pair .

short of LOND ,. Jan. 12 (UP-Ln-
... a. i dsusade I~jm lli we spearhead- nst a Pea tide but
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of the OAS I

*G- The Oganufatio of American tates et
phear Corta lR'sjomplaint that Nicaraua
bK~~k Cot. ,a : hpwn.chatting at the Pan
i, ding are ({left to right): Costa Rican Aln-
-at, Facio; Jose A. Mora of Uruguay chairman
and Amban dor Guillermo Bevlla-Sacaa
of Nicatagua.
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fipecf To Overthrow

SWithin Few Days

EDITOR'S : The f.1-
lowing dppa the Costa,
Bican sit-oi-was written
by Robert P ott United
press manager for M' stee
and an expect on Central
American &tL Preot
was an rnt le report-
Ser of last 3 0i=j'evolutlen i
United Prom orrempemdent
MEXICO CIT Jan. 12 --he
troop who begl1i the invasion
of Coata Rica yflerday expect
to overthrow Pr ent JqAe f-
gueres within a w days. .
But they ve to bomb
the capital of Jose with a
puddle-jumper fleet to win
ae reveal his pro-
United meat..
Many o e of fotimne
who ftoght I; Ote la
anti Comm t
Jane are taking ftart m &I
America's aeeoFmjor revlu-
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is believed holed up in Costa
Rioa and probably will have to
be wiped out by invading feres
before the revolution is conclud-
Many of the troops taking part
in the revolution are believed to
have been recruited here. In
Guatemala and Nicaragua.
SAn infantry captain who asked
that his namrne not be used, said
the Figueres government l con-
oidered "too leftist" and most
Costa Rican were expected to
,aupord the uprising.
Revolutionary sources here
amid invasion plans called for
three comparatively small groups
-of soldiers, well armed with rapid
fire burp guns, to be flown into
Costa Rica and to spearhead to-
ward the capital from di/erent
As in Guatemala, a powerful
rebel air force was expected to
provide the margin of victory.
No leaders of theU7 te-at
I Interviewed her weM admit
that either NIeaMEluM f1si-
dent Anastasole aaM o the
Venezuelan aDn S was
behind the upilnng.
They Insisted the plan was an
"internal affair" aimed at "cor-
recting an unplesant tstgation
in our town and oouatry, and
nothing ele."
However. they hintedL th had
the approval f not fthi
support of Nicar iUs and

are Incla ed la h" ain g

i refugees been min d
few supportinr-g iles n- Ville Jse lO
lied in varomus e Amea- icrm
can contes. half wa A
The leader of the invasion ment r
was osad by the ermaseftt to over thew a nd
be noerero, a e-e u group otfb in ro
porter of PrameMt Ose ie Red Cro eartsir
rem who later b wfth k m. on.
Communication th Ja la. e re 1 port the a
rQueada were c hortlyafter e a e In
it fell to the inv4ang force, |by motor*uch dow
which was repted to h a v eJuan ad e Oarlo TN
Minded from a nat beir oftrans- Nicaragua. Another
port planes. It prmed the iw
S tthr at wo Ie town 1 s in eri t eiar
enemy hands, rada's aeirrt. comml
it was also.beed heren that betuwSM a eSada
a large number refugee Costa, er towns I t area S
Ricans, living in Nicaragua. have ,Jo we
joined the Invto and have re aw ini
crossed nto ntry from Iud Start o an
the northern n ring nation. has be preparation
Only fragment ItSrmationeral y uo "
was available l o the sita- M ai t
tlon at Puerto 1ey. But It was Uyuth Wjltt
understood t wotapued by an t=u
hlvading naval probably Vi llI,' ag t
In small boats. from which to puahUmo
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Central Amnerkuca
STOCKHOLM. Sweden, Jan. ina
12 (UP) Sweden today ben- l= waaEi||i
ned all future rns a shipments iW aim
to the-nations Central Amer- vaolor ba.
Itca sd ,declared eonmte Cn monthf.i li
tral American arf Ia region of Ria
trouble and unra." "d-

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WA-OF THE YEAR-Secretary of Cmmerce Sinclair Weekis,
t, receives the National Association of Manufacturers' "Man
f the Year" award from Henry G. Ritter III, in Washington, D. C.
the award was for "Weeks' patriotic devotion to.the welfare of
0.1. his country and the American enterprise system."

04 0 EYES-It has finally happened, someone tagged the
N grasshopper on the helicopter, which is exactly what the,
I*mWtmbIleCs This gigantic grasshopper rides in a parade at
WFMt, Fla., honoring the U. S. Navy Helicopter Training Unit!
Tltom Ellyson Field. Undressed, the aircraft is just another:
'copter used to train pilots at the base.
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Labor News



The Communist International
has its own assassins in the U.S.
.This has now been officially con-
firmed .by testimony given by an
FBI uddercober gall before t he
Senate Government Opera t i o n s
Sub-Committee the other day. She
worked for the FBI inside the
Conmmunist party 'for nine years
and when one of her reports to
the bureau was intercepted she
reports she was threatened with
The man who said he'd kill her,
according to testimony, is the
same man who ran the Soviet's
labor network in this country for
some time. He IN Roy Hudson,
tough, arrogant, fist-swinging dis-
ciplinarian who for many years
ordered around -men who- had ac-
cess to our highest government
offices, including some in the White
It was Rpy Hudson who organ-
ized and placed Communist unions
in the very heart of our defense
industries where they are today.
That was his job as chief of the
party's labor commission.
I It was on a May night in 1947
that he took time out of infiltrating
our defenses to confront the FBI
girl, Miss Beynon.
This was in the Pittsburgh home
of one Alice Roth, according to
the senatorial record.
Hudson asked the FBI girl if
she knew what would happen to
her if the times were more seri-
ous, Miss Benyon testified the
other day. She said she replied:
"You would have killed me."
Miss Beynon swears that Hudson
then said that was correct, but
the Party would not touch her now
and warned her that, "The party
won't forget" and someday "you'll
get It4'
All of which creates a new mys.
tery. Scores of Communist oper-
atives have been queried. Yet Hud-
son was never picked up. Even
after this testimony he has not
been questioned. When last heard
from, he was working somewhere
en the west coast as a painter. He
is being held "on ice.' *by the
party awaiting assignment.
Why has Hudson been permitted
to roam freely while other Com.
munists have lfeen questioned?
Why has his work not been
probed? There are at least 25 men
today who can testify that he
would get them into hotel rooms
at every CIO convention asd tell
them what their role was to be
in needling Phil Murray and in
attempting to pervert CIO, until
the 11 Communist unions were
ousted in Cleveland in '49.
This was the man who received
orders from Moscow on labor pol-
icy and then reworked them into
resolutions to be submitted on the
floor of the CIO conventions. He
kow ere abot Commust in-

hronH Wat Itttera owand
what some of the congressional,
and federal investigators h a v e
learned, we are aware of a wide-
spread Communist apparatus in-
side our defena.e industries. This
is the Soviet apparatus built on
"sleepers", unidtifled Commu-.
nists awaiting orders for action.
We kuow, that there still are
Comm unltparty sleepers or ""col.
onizers" in Detroit plants, espe-
cially the automobile factories
which must bear a terrific burdens
of defense production if we're ever
attacked. Part of this apparatus
was exposed in Flint last year -
but only a small part of the na-
tional network.
We know that the party has
thousands of its people well plant.-
ed in our key factories. Some cf
these are not only technically
skilled but are physically tough
and could be used as terrorists.
They come out of our armed ser-
vices. According to one Commu-
nist narty writer there were 15,.
nn ..,.h Cnmmtnniet nartv mem-

State ot the Union

Progress And Frustrations

By Peter Edson
a -

WASHINGTON--(NEA) Co- ability on building up a strong.re- all out on his ideas for a liberal
pariso4 of President Eisenhower's tallator striking power. program of human relations.
new State of the Union message The idea of an expensive sys- It begins with the things Presio
with that of a year ago reveals tern cf U. S. defenses, advocated dent Eisenhower asked for in his
both progress and frustrations, in many special, outside studies last message and that Cngrss
Last year the President aked for te Department of Defense, refused. More public housing.
for prompt ratification of a utu- would seem to be definitely re- moderate amendments to the Taft
al defense treaty with Korea. This ejected. Hartley Law, a federal health re-
year he reports settlement of trou- This is a tremendously impor- insurance program and even ae -
bles in Egypt and Iran, negotia- tant policy proposal which will be tinued aid for the Indian.
tion o the new Manila agreement debated long and loud by the Con- On this foundation the Pesident
covering Southeast Asia and the gress. proposes a' new plan for local reo-
Paris pacts for rearming Western As with the President's picture possibility for medical-care, anloe
Germany. That indicates progress. of the State of the Union a year aid for the mentally, ill, a new
But the President says frankly, ago, he now pains broad strokes. formula for aiding the aged needy
that insofar as relations with the The details are to be filled in and more medical care for these
Communists are concerned, there later in a series of 10 special unfortunates. More aid for crip-
is "merely world stalemate ... in messages. pled children. A new attack on the
such a world ...we must tireless. Three other Important newpo blem of Juvenile delinquency
ly labor to make the peace more icy declarations are to come, They A special message in mid-Febru-
just and more durable." will cover water resources, trans- ary will deal with aid forlduca.-
That would seem to be the num-. portatio and public works pa-tion. ';
her, one objective for Ahe mpubli- nnig. The creation of a new "o-. Also, the Presidet proposes
cssaln ajqirsd and tbe.,De~uw- orditr of publi werks" lb *teeub r 41*
critic Congress in te year ahead. President'swlce is announce ar t --,-g'He ask mon
The President repeats what all the first time. a or low-Income farm families
President have id-tat Ameri- and continued assistance for small
ca's defenses must be.kept strong. The President declares "the eco- business.
But he adds an important revela- nomic outlook is good." In as enely new eld the
tion that he has taken personal But he rejects ideas for new tax president 1e1e1n64 creation of
charge of U. S. defense planning. cuts this year. Thereby he puts off a Federial Advlioy Commission
He thereby assumes full respon- again any thouglit of balancing the on the At.
sibility for a program that will be budget in these booming times. '
a neat trickJ irt can be done, but He reports progress cutting This will encourage art e-
that, will require considerable government expenses by 10 billion deavoe ad/prcpose a new t
analysis, dollars in two years. But if the of Lnttonu- awards, suggew e1f
It involves a budget cut in de- budget cannot balance in periods the French Academy aad9
tense appropriations and forces of prosperity, it raises the ques. prizes.
but an increase in pay and bene- tion of whether it will ever be If this broad program of some
fits for military personnel and a balanced. 20 proposals had been recommend-
new emphasis on expensive new This would seem to be another ed by a Democratic President it
weapons. In this shift, the Presi- major"' frustration, would have been labeled a pro-
dent makes clear that his defense It is in the last part of the gram for creation of a welfare
policy will place primary responsi- President's message that he goes state

Walter Winchell In New York

bers in our Army, Navy and Air BROADWAY DIGEST derwent a year of analysis before
Force. Incidentally, thousands of she could ask her first groom for
these received promotions as high The State Dept. cancelled Haiti an abrogation ... Dinah Shore
as Major,' according to the same President P. Magliore's plans to snubbed $50,000 per week in Vegas
Communist party source. see the "House of Flowers" hit to open at the Waldorf on the 13th
show. They fear it is "too baw- ... Statement by star Virginia
yet there is no questioning of dello." This amuses his intimates, Mayo: "New York's a fine place
Roy Hudson, although FBI chief who feel it would be the only show to visit, but I don't even like to
J. Edgar Hoover has just reported in town he'd hIowl at ... Broad- visit!" ... Carry Ole Virginny
to Attorney Herbert Brownell, Jr., way's like this: Last season Ben Back.
that the bureau's work has "be- Gazzara attracted critical raves
come increasingly mere difficult as the "find of the year" in "End
in view of the extensive under- As A Man" ... This season al- Cope Cty (Miami Beach) spent
ground operations of the Commu- most every other thespian in that $250,000 renovating it. Mae West
nist party and the necessity of show is Broadway-employed ex- starts there tomorrow ... Marty
identifying, locating and keeping cept Ben ... Actress Teresa Greene's new song. "Ged Is My
abreast of those selected for im- Wright nix'd the role in "Tea and Gardener," got its first boost from
portant Communist party work. Sympathy" which Joan Fcntaine Bishop Sheen ... H. Arlen comn-
"The Communist action program will vacate ... The Shah of Iran's pleted "Blues Opera." His. chums
of -the U.S. is being geared to beautiful wife (Empress Soraya) say it puts him in Gershwin's di-
cause a lowering of our guard arrived in the U.S. as a brunette, vision ... Does I. Berlin know C.
which, if successful, would have Her subjects will find she had a Porter wrote a ditty named
far-reaching and disastrous conse- tint job-now a gorgeous rusty hue "Count Your Blessings" in 1943 for
quences, of Mr Hoover said. This Marilyn Monroe's date the "Mexican Hayride"? ... Lili St.
was part of te new Soviet propa- other night stood her up. His ini- Cyr is starring in "Sadie Thomp.
ganda encouraging the "world tiais are the same as hers. son". at Minsky's, Newark ...
wide rise of 'neutralism', the Eydie Gormes twinkling rhythms
bureau chief said. on Steve Allen's midnighter are
Now we have testimony -charg- Overheard: "When do you think good for the ears ... When actress
ing that the man who directed the they'll revive the Jelke trial?" .. essie Royce Landis was in Lon-
underground infiltration also be. "I dunno. They're still trying to don she appeared in these plays in
lived he could have a govern- revive Judge Valente" ... Nice this sequence: "Larger Than
ment agent killed, to know the public will be admit- Life," "Come Live With Me" and
At least let's question Roy Hud- ted to the new Jelke trial. AfterI "And So To Bed.' She was then
son. all, there paying for it ... Sto- signed for a film titled: "Inti-
Ikowski went from maestro to 2nd mate Relations.' for which the
_fiddle ... Gleria Vanderbilt should British Labor Board refused to
make a good actress. Even after give her a permit ... Add Look.
Ems1 E -1 this col'm first leaked the news- likes: David Wayne, Gary Moore
I I V she gave a fine performance (at and Geo. Gobel.
pretending nothing was wrong) *or .___
ST0Ik 2 years ... Eavesdropped: "Do Time mag's cover "jinx" march-
you think the Frank Smatra and es on, according to B'way bookies:
Gloria Vanderbilt romance wfl Detroit's star passer Bobby Lane
last?" . "I doubt it. They'll (on Times Nov. 29th froat) had
prob'ly get married.' his worst day (a f.w weeks later)
-n- in the champins me. Hin
PFrom Sbeilah Grahams H'weed team (nre-game Ite) was
column: "I hear from producer swamped and Bob had nearly six
The annual meeting of the Arthur Freed that 'Random Har- of his aerials Hlftql ... Biggest
Sto kholders ef "The tan- vest' (Greer Garson's hit film with howl en the Rose Bowl telseast:
sm Asaersaa Pros, IMe." Colmaq) will be made nto a The announmcer kept Sa g there
bmet hsem at Choe ieesr 2 jisleal. as, use the same stars was a "mist" oet
of the sempeay la t es W please" (We. do as we da M Owemrs could see the player
la Ne. 87, Street, an- please. Mis Graham!) ... Cab srwl In muod. He fialsy adait'
ama CRty. fet f P drivers, who were told smadler tId fear the eml) It waste real
aman, M d Ja I. khne w.l d hip the trafe pb. . -.. b Moses' p te ( a ts e
11K atI p.m. lea, areg why thU ee. Ti e called w Maer wJ.


... If you've wondered why John
Wayne, the star, is called Duke by
plis: Before he entered the mov-
is he was football star PDke Mor-
rison. (Jes' call me perfesserl)

20th Century Fox researchers
working on "Prin"e of Players"
discovered that Edwin Booth's fa-
ther Junius was signed to appear
in Petersburg, Va. e missed the
morning stag e by a few
moments and an the entire
distance to t 25 miles
... Av Gar r says she didn't
sold-shoulder *tir ranks" of the
R.A.F. in Maya, as reported.
She said no cae wore a uniform;
she e6uldh't ta em rank from an.
other. Her we take as
souvenirs.ed a pair
from an office wife but d 't
wear them while dancing. They
Q. Casn (l ech) Is

through its subcommittee on m "'"" "-"""'
ucation against ending .fedeialI his brought an
mo for the ool lunch pr T .m West who
Though acknowledging that thea-ortea asut
"school lunch program is bae.--- clock ..be tur bc dtha
ficial to the health and welfare in the very near future, feder
of aclfool ehldrelf,"the report wg- grants for highway, air a
es local financing and concludes: h ital construction, a
"(The gram is net a federal thereby maing grants k$
respn llty Federal participa- education. unn e say T a ':to
tioEn aould he gradually tapered s adduces no vdensay. A e
-off." .this asmpt no evidence s
The secret report ae racog- gently as 1, Pr
es that "years of depeslon senhower cal ed for an expan ed
and war have left a gossly inad- high wa Constru tia n ep oan
equate school plant," yetn the nanc hby federal pol st
same beath, it recommends flat. funds.", o state
ly: "The general conlcuaou is
that federal aid s not necesry "State and local ove t
for either current rating e i- y State and local ov, r
pens s for public s ools or for can an should provide from their
capital expenditures for n e w wn funds an adequate vocational
school facilities." program," the report states..
The commission's solution is to
let the states ail local communi.- However, the minority fou
ties put up the money or school vigorously against abandonig
construction "in accordance with rFoam, which teachesimprovei
the will of their citizens." arming methods in backwaifd ru-
This would mean unequal edu- ral areas.
national opportunities for Ameri.-
can youngsters, the commission The showdown over federal aid
acknowledges, because of "differ- education. ,will now, be passed
0. ..., i ths Whij

nces in fiscal ability among ", U .
However, the repot 'observes Was lngt Pipeline
hopefully: "T h oe differences
have been narrowing considerably Whep a the "grand old maa of
in the last two decades, but they Congress," Sam Rayburn of.Texi
are still substantial. Efforts to as stock over the aes 4p tp
narrow the gap should aim at rals- th Congress, he i.alked up a
ing the economic level and the ca. new record and continued anoth.
parity of the less wealthy states r. Rayburn has the longest re.
rather than subsidizing them. Ex. d of continuouss, srSee of may
sting disparities have been and member of the Hose or Senate-.
can continue to be ameliorated since March A4, 1913. His closer
by the prudent use of the progress. competitor is Carl Vinson of Geor*
ve federal tax system." ga,a member of the Bouse sinee'
iNov. 3, 1914. Raybura had eclipsed
Backstage Fight the record of Henry Clay, even
before this Congress, as House
These drastic recommendations speaker ... British and American
stirred up such a battle behind inanclal experts h;ave V bee
the sceneshowever, that almost wraning over en -penny
half the presidential commission Britis have just figured tratthei
absolutely refused to ign the re- annual payment for the U11,S., "l
port. One members Atlanta's of credit" loansnot counting. 1.,
school superintendent Paul West, terest, should be $47,049S.20. Tkh
was so sowr that he put out Treasury agrees on t'above fig
sizzling minority 'report blasting ure, except for the ty cents.
the majority recommendations as Instead of 4,.9f, the Trees.
" a futile attempt td reverse th ury says itshould b only 447,;
course of American history." 1 3.1. The British are a bt
"There is no doubt tat our state peeved over this reflection on their
Andlodal,t axsrettIsneedlover. arithmetic, but since they wili
haunA sae a apenny, bhave m mine,'
e r i ny t ace tatso em
humehe a tcamy
.rtc 'elate whieoratp in tvlunel a moa t. a rro 9
solution of a more pressing pro moe who asoke iLgrettes. I
kleh-adequate educator for cb. not because of luS eaneer, but
dren and'youth who will grow inte because .cigarettes come from
adthood while we reform our taxFrance. .For once a. lost
structure." : plague has some benefits, Natives
West was joined In his bach in F~rench Morocco, now suffering
stage fight by such dstuishe such a plague, comider loCusts a
educators as ioy Simpson. Call.delicacy, eat them like we would
fornia's superintdednt of public shrimp.
instruction; the Very Reverend...-; the
Monsignor Thomas J. Quigley ctf
Pittsburgh; Oscar Ea r h ar dt
chairman of the St. Louis school
board; and Carl J. Megel, presi-
dent of the American Federation
of Teachers. They frankly consid.
ions as a threat to the nation's
educational future.
On the other side, the majority
signers were led by Adam S. Ben-
nlon. of Salt Lake City and Roger
A. Freeman of Olympia, Wasb.,
both prominent educators in their
home states. They also were
ed by ex-Gov. Alfred Drisedil of
New Jersey, President Henry
Wriston of Brown Univetsity. and *, O
A. Boyd Campelpresident of -o
the Missis i School Supply
Company aneducation chairman
for the U.S. Chamber of Con- In a crowded dining ear It Is
merce. quite all right to sit down at a
SAt one point, the majority re- table where someone else is eat-
,ort partially backs down on With- ed. But 4t is corteous to say to
drawing federal money from the that person: "May I share.your
schools. Pointing out that federal tablk?"
funds are furnished for roads, hos- A truly' eouW eoou pen iaet
pitals, airports and other fatill- [forces himself on anyone.


By Colbraith






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Is Te Mdlei East IMw's da.w
N alasg Orrespeatest
Lee afer a survey Of te
gotea fr Cairo to the
Be lsospeabele that it is..
Dega ta1w~h aeapans,
baia lw'as ,govea.
me"t an dilmt--n
many eases ,ewiag old friend.
ships ial g ak to World War
I, we e bega mtravelag In
this area as part of his roving as-
tow i se Middle East
aad cwrenty speaks

S*r, li therefore mthori.




The Arabs
Arab refugees camping on I- ending for the first time Saudi A-
rad's borders and peace between rabia and Yemeni, attended Mos-
1srael and the Arab states is what cowb agricultural exhibition.
the U.S. will have to strive for in Agents are especially active in
1955-if the Middle East is not Syria and Lebanon. The only of-
to be a fertile-field for Red prop;- fielal Pravda correspondent in the
ganda. Middle East, Barzenko, is st a-
stationed at Damascus. Syrian and
Every day new attempts are Lebanese delegates attended last
made by the Kremlin to cement year's Red "peace" congresses at
economic and cultural ties be- Budapest and Vienna where most
tween Russian and the Arab states. Syrian deputies signed a Corn-
Soviet Moslem pilgrims recent, munist-sponsored peace petition.
ly went to Mecca and Red trade This activity undoubtedly ac-
organizations sent ex`i I1bit v to 'counts for the fact no Arab state
fairs in Izmir, Turkey, /and Da- has accepted a U.S. ,bid to join
mascus, Syria% In retuirn'4, iega- in a Middle East military alli-
tions from all Arab countries, in- ance.

By United Press

Compiled by Publshers' Weekly
oitF n

1SfrA~mnE 'trkevi-NEA)- TWO SomnT SeOTS *;:i:I UN bUVIKI IU. Some of the best war stories1
Iallof the Middle aNt's 2, O E RAEL**-L GRY, concern the escape of prisoners LOVE IS ETERNAL Irving
000 armiles of strategic AD TURKEY :::*.*-: VULNERABLE ARABS from internment camps. To the Stone
rich and we have only I w O growing number of good escape THE VIEW FROM POMPEY's
staunch fid. Turkey anl Is- A* stories is added that of two Ger- HEAD Hamilton Basso
rael. .. T mans who broke out of the Brit.- SOLDIER OF FORTUNE Er-
We may need them badly be- foung Israeli boys and girls and always at the back of their minds ish camp at Dehra Dun in north- nest K. Gann
fore this critical year is ended, at night the whole area looks like the threat of another Arab offen- ern India. Disguised as British of. KATHERINE Anya Seton
for Russian agents are busy stir- an outpost in the last war, with sive. ficers. Rolf Magener and Heins NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS-
ring. dissension and revolt among houses barricaded a n d sentries v The Arab economic blockade s Von Have walked out of the com- Mac Hyman
40,0000,0X Arabs. Only a. miracle pcsted. virtually strangling the you ft g pound with other prisoners dis- MY BORHTER'S KEEPER -
can prevent an explosion t h I s Arab raids a r e countered by state. The ordinary Israeli-liter- guised -as coolies. They made Marcia Davenport
yeIa- swift-striking Jewish patrols, ally fighting with his back to the their tortuous way to Calcutta and NOT 'AS A STRANGER Mor.
Shave just finished a survey of In the spectacular development Mediterranean Sea-is particular- through the Indian jungle to the ton Thompson
the area.. In visits to Egypt, Cy- of Israel the army thus plays a ly bitter at the U. S. decision to Japanese front lines in Burma. MARY ANNE Daphne du Mau-
prus, Israel, Lebanon and Turkey far greater part than is usual in send arms to the Arab states. He Exhausted and starving they ex- rier
I talked with peasants, politicians, a modern industrial country y- is convinced that the arms will pected to be received as allies GOOD MORNING, MISS DOVE-
businessmen, roVolutionaries and especially in a young and t i n y eventually be used not to fight by the Japanese. A rude awak- Frahces Gray Patton
hih- government officials. country. The reason for t h is is the Reds but to attack Israel. ening awaited them as they were Non-Fiction h
This correspondent came away clear: the citizens of Israel have' Resettlement of the 9 00,0 00 treated as possible spies. Their THE POWER OF POSITIVE
with these conclusions: e explanations were to no* avail, THINKING Norman Vin-
Revolt agaist feudal 1 a v- and they narrowly escaped death cent Peale
ery, houger, poverty and disease several times as they were passed ABRAHAM LINCOLN-Carl Sand-
may come at any time. Social from one headquarters to the burg
and eceaomln rest make the next, unable to make themselves THE TUMULT AND THE
area Oespecally vuIterable to believed. After months of delay SHOUT'ING Grantland Rice
Red paganda. they werb sent to Japan where THE SATURDAY EVENING
2. rg a drastic chang q -- they fared better. But by that POST TREASURY Ed. by
gla o i on not n would Girl Scout Coanell Sunday at 9 a.m. The main busi- time the Americans had started Roger P. Butterfield
e d West in Gets New Officers ness of the agenda will be nomi- to move in on the Japanese home- I'LL CRY TOMORROW Lillian
the -eveeat of armedconfllst Mrs. Wesley Townsend, of Bal- nation and election of officers land. Then one day a worried Jan- Roth
B t *I ofm b eneohf Ba ireiasueleci oa cadmeto the MMYS ERAL WORLDS Pearl
with .ussia. boa, heads.the list of the new of- for the ensuing term and the anese official came to them in Y SEVERAL WORLDS- Pearl
S. Everywhere the consensus ficers and committee chairmen Iapproving of a program of acti- 'ru r m b shelter under the S. Buck
of quaMfle Md Eastern o of the Canal Zone Girl ScoUt vlties for the new year. ruined German thembassnewy kind T of
a ervo as: The Soviet rulers Council, elected at their annual Two important committees bomb had been dropped on Hiro- Foll -
-4aving suffered a slight dip- meeting last Kednesday. have been appointed: a "nomi- shima, destroying the city. It Seo du follows l
lomatie setback in t hie West-1 Mrs. Townsend will serve as nating committee," for the pur- wasnt- long before they were I
are .peparing a series of ex. the organizations President for a pose of nominating officers for wasg compound, this Sheard F
plsea6s i- the Arab states. term of two years. She is no new-,the new term; and a "commit- time American. When they were
The two notable exceptions in comer to scouting, being one of tee on program and resolutions." finally released from the prison
this otherwise dark picture, Tur- the original "founders" of the Those comprising the nominat- in Germany where they hadrbeen FaI N
key and Israel, are' pro-Western- Girl Scout movement on the Ca- Ing committee are: Arthur J. Mc- shipped they found that their co-
ceUtainly- pro --U.S. -Both Turkey nal zone Kenrie, chairman; G. L. A. Davis prisoners in the camp in Dehra CLEVELAND, 0., Jan. 12 (UP)
and Israel hae atron.g, well and John W. Pascal, while Daniel Dun had long 'since been released. Adversity continued, to. plague
trained: and- dependable armies Other officers elected at the T. Poster, chairman; Verneel A. Magener, now a businessman in the family of Dr. Samuel H. Shep-
ready :to igbt should the Reds at- meeting which was held in the Laing Sr., William Arthur and Frankfurt, tells their fascinating pard today.
talk. md ; N.C.O. club at Albrook are: vice James A. Hassocks, comprise the story in Prisoners' Bluff (Dut- The convicted wife-killer w a s
However,. Turkey is in the midst president, Mrs. Faith Brundage; committee on program and reso- ton) *.. told in a special visit this after-
of 'a'- serious' economic crisis. The District 1 chairman, Mrs. Leon- lutions. noon that his father is critically
Turks also ae strongly opAse b ard Riccio; -District 2 chairman, The meeting will be presided Ernest Haycox's thirtieth book, ill in Cleveland Clinic. The mes-
to becoming involvedtir act ritb Mrs. Ann Walthers; District 3 byv Ellis L. Fawcett, president; The Adventurers (Little, Brown), sage was brought by his two
intrigues,"' .wh adi of t h chairman# Mrs. Fred C. Ford; who anticipate full, attendance is as its title suggests, more an brothers, Drs. Richard N., and
Pakista wM eatmnvis o erve secretary,' Mrs. Marnette Wen of members and accomplishment adventure ptory than a t y p i c a 1 Stephen A. Sheppard.
State rttie astern atre; asurer, Mrs. W. H. Eus* of, a good -deal of business that western novel ke many of the au- Their father, Dr.. Rieh a r d A.
anechan he p o thor. earlier works. The adve wa transfer re4
lS ilpt ealt fom the y t? ; qfi tloal movement Tort he ood of ur rers are Mark- Sheridan, who Irn his sicMroom in the Shep-
sehiMations of, Arab tfriens Mrs. John S.' eybold; local youths. went fo Oregon to make his for- pard-operated Bay View Osteopa-
tianever since emel Ata program, Mrs. Margaret Coate; _- __ tune in timber; George Rev- thic Hospital to the clinic. There
tur--theasfounder of modern Tur- training chairman, Mrs. Lindsey elwood who was a little too he was given an examination and
S turned hisback onheA- Noble; troop organization, Mrs. charming to be honest; and Clara admitted for treatment.
Iab world. He called the Arabs Lurlene Tipp; staff and office, Dale, a beautiful but restless Nature of the illness was not
th eau o'"Turkqy misfor- Mrs. W. H.Alen;member-at- woman. The three were thrown disclosed. Dr.'Richard, 38, oldest
ft Oune. o -ury mislor Mrs. W H. A an; Rbtogether as survivors of a ship-of the three brothers,. said their
Israel is It a similar difficult Wltikn; membership nominating wreck off the coast of Oregon. father "took a turn for the worse"
ituationwith the Arabs. The committee, District I, Mrs. Faith Sheridan s thetypical west during the night. Whenth elder
youngest republic in history, Brundage, Mrs. W. Talberg; DIS- hero, a man who "could under. Dr. Sheppard was s t r i c k e n a
Isral is indeed a modern mira- trict 2, Mrs. A. E. Gerrons, Mrs. stand the kind of failurewhih month ago his illness was dag
cl. R. senman; District 3, Mrs. came rom error and laziness; nosed as pleurisy.
The leade of rael a five Virginia Coffin; Cam what troubled him was the The sickness, Dr. Richard said,
short leaders, h sraeL- eded in ma n: Mrs. Evelyn TrotCamp Chair- thought that even with hard work was aggravated by grief over the
create g'a discilii.ed peimWest n Mrs. Nancy Peterson, the new experience and foresight he at suicide of the wife and mother,I
ern industls state which executive director, was present- might fail." Revelw is an Mrs. Ethel N. Sheppard, 64. She
em naus state, which executive director, was present- ^equally typical western-type vU- shot herself Friday. In note she
could serve. as a spring-board for ed to the council at the annual equal tyiho aldhis softstre kfori shot herself Friday. In a note she
th develop of the backward meeting. She gave brief sketch lain, those with whom h re or explained she "can't m a n a e
Middle aern are of'her background and of her trouble, but who believedthat Mondad." She was buried
The yon g aenearegis lliy des-activities since taking over the "everything whas blind luck,t Monay.
in the Middle East ob. against which no man had any Dr. Sam, 31, was convicted Dec.
rael is sur It was announced at the meet- defense." The Adventurers has 21 of the nependence Day bludg-
.. t w. of hos ing that the Girl Scouts will be bloody man4o-man fights a for- der o his wife.He has
and Teo having an Isthmus-wide cookie est fire, a shipwreck, and violent remained at county jail pending.
t1 S.v io n an, ffortto sale in the near future, the de- deaths * outcome of his/ attorneys' appeal
,o-the Arab ,eans- tails of which will be revealed Th fi- for a new trial.
have asyt been unableor unwilater. CHOSEN-Miss Betty The finest collections of apa _____
in to .p crack this wall. of Northfield, Ohio, is the first nese prints are to be found in
It is difficult to realize the tense IBS Will Hold woman in 108 yearsto be elect America rather than in Japan,Teachers
atmo sere which eixsts in the Annual Meeting Sunday ed a director of the American James A. Michener declares in
Holy and-particularly along the The annual meeting of the Lo- Shorthorn Breeders' Assocla- The Floating World (R a n d 0 m i
ill-definedontierwith Jordan. cal Council International Bo y tion. She has shown her stock House). rousUCl y ran
Mo.t t ftreatler settlements Scouts of the Canal Zone, willI at the Internatonal Livestock res rid writes y had
are gatrisoned by companies .fI convene at the Paraiso Schoolon show in Chicago. L restri ictedi s writings about Ja- G r
reo Show in Chicago. pan and the Far East to fiction,
S,______________ presents in the book, subtitled
"TheStory of Japanese Prints,"
an acccount of the art, and the Six Panamanian school teach-
/ artists who made the prints dur- ers from the Normal School in
ing the period from approximately Santiago have been awarded
1660 to 1360. each a training grant to con-
The collections of Japanese tinue pose t graduate studies in
prints in the Boston Museum of rural education at the Univer-
Fine Arts and in The Art Inati- sity of Puerto Rico, according to
tute of Chicago "are incompar- information released today by
able," Michener states. "While the Institute of Inter-American i
the smaller collection in The Met- Affairs.
ropolitan Museum of Arts in New'
York compares favorably with all The six teachers selected are
the greatest Japanese collections." Nidia Rangel and Rita de Wilt--
Thus, "America is the curator of green, both professors at t n e
one of t h e world's liveliest Normal School in Santiago; and
arts."... *Nidia Garcia, Dora Escudero,
Thelma Restrepo y Talsidia Gon-
Revolt of the Sinners, by Ugo ilez, teachers at the Grammar
Zatterm in (Appleton-Cen- _School Dominto del Canada. a
tury-Crofta) is a first novel about ilvision of the.normal ,eh
senseless rebellion, animal pas- vsion of the normal schl.
son and disillusion in the Comn- The training grants have been
munist-ridden suburbs of Rome.
Aut or Ugo Zatterin, a lawyer of awarded for a period of seven
education and a journalist, by months 'to a year. They have
choice, tells his story with the been given by the Institute of"
terse economy of the newspaper Inter-Amrican Affairs, the re-
report that inspired ~ gional division of thr Foreign
operatlcms Adninistration, the
The High 'Passes, by John Reese agency in charge of the Point
(Little; Brown): A fast, exciting Four Program all over the world.
Western about a range war in the The teachers chosen have a wide'
high Sierra. Reese has taken cularly in teaching in rural areas
more trouble with character and of Panama,' where they h av e
motive than is usual in books of worked for several years. They
this genre. will receive academic training in1
rural education in the University
of Puerto Rico and practical
STOE trCnIA in the apartment of
PETOSKEY, Mich. (UP) Ed u of Puerto Rico.
Clyde Nall, a telephone company h .
employee, used an eves quicker elr-'willincludesev-
e th to teral phases of rural education,
his aeghbors nea hs Jwife 7rteulaily the training of
ge birth to their sequel child. rs for .thIs work. Upon
alerted the h ahead of their return to Panama they will
time th $ he #eiisa a or collaborate with the Ministry of
.la amn a f a~ of Education in thp ppaution of

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NEW YORK (NEA) Even little girls who ordinarily are devotees of blue leans a1
shirts begin to think in terms of party clothes now and then. Some party dresses sho
just plain pretty and some others, to satisfy both mother and daughter, should have a
/of practicality. The frilly organdy dress makes a picture to remember. But silky broadclotb(
delicate pastels looks lovely, launders beautifully, has a surface sheen. We show (left) a ]
er dress In cotton'broadcloth, in the colors French blue and poppy red. The blouse is npt
a blouse; it lengthens into a petticoat that's full and frilly. This is in dimity, edged nimp
ed lace. Picture party dress (right) is also cotton broadcloth but this time with garland
embroidered flowers on a background of organdy edged with lace. Both designs are by t

45) -A


NOW-RADIO-CONTROLLED TRAFFIC-Chicago took the first tep tard having th
first radio-controlled traffic lights when it awarded the General El Company a c
design, develop and manufacture the system. Diagram above shoWsb I it wl work.
antenna and transmitter will be located atop the Board of Trale,.Bu id t D
cago. The central control station will be a short distance away
ism in the central control station will send out a
# th tndjtI trte tra nter, which breS
corrspon g tone switch or decot itcVa decoder wI se t L
intersection and will ignore tones Intended for other intersections. At
intersections in a heavy traffic area Just north of Chicago's Loop wil rad
-.. ......L... which the .atem.m abesgcpnded --.

Markum Hamed By

Bar- Association
David J. Markun, of01 the Pana-
ma Canal Company's legal staff,
has been elected president of the
Bar Association of the Panama
Canal Zone for 1955.
Election of officers was held at
the association's annual meeting
at,the Fort Amador Officers' Club
last Monday.
Other officers elected wer e:
Manuel J. Mendez, vice presi-
dent; L. S. Carrington, treasurer;
and: Francis J. Sulley, secretary.
Also elected to the executive com-
mittee were W. J. Sheridan, Jr.,
Rowland K. Hazard, and Carlos
R. Morales.

AT FACE This headdress,

The executive committee t h e n which gives a feline look to its;
appointed members to the stand- wearer. is a combination of a
ing committees of the Association hat and a hairdo. A velvet
as follows: grievances and ethics headpiece follows the outline ofj
committee, Edward M. Altman the spit curls as it curves overly
as chairman; J. Morton Thomp- the eyebrows, covering them;
son, Jr., Antonio de Leon, Paul with long whiskers. vA Paris,
A. Bentz, and Carlos R. Morales; I hairdresser demonstrated their
legislative committee, Row 1 a n d cre*'t"n n P I ', '0 ;
K. Hazard as chairman Manuel
J. Mendez, Woodrow de 'Castro,
Maurice M. MOrton, and Charles DOP Lawum kers
A. Garcia; entertainment c o m-G PLawm rs
mittee, Dwight A. McKabney as R
chairman Alfredo E. Morales, Re-Elect Simpson
and Charles E. Ramirez; examin-
ng committee, Carlos A. Icaza, As Chairman
W. J. Sheridan, Jr., David J. Mar-
kun, Charles E. Ramirez, E. I. P. WASHINBTON, Jan. 12 (UP)
Tatelmah, S. T. Frankel, and Da- -The National Republican Con-
vid A. Leon. gressional Committee today re-
-elected Rep. Richard M. Simpson
ronvk on Of tab (Pa.) as its chairman.

33 PararoWpers

Get Udcheduled :

Practice Jump
MILES CITY, Mont., Jan. ii
(UP) Thirty-three paratroop
from the Air Force "Snowbh
project bailed out safely fr rR I
their disabled plane west of b"!
today after one of the aircram
twin engines caught fire.
One of the plane's four c r elK1-
er by Miles City sheriff's o
Flying Boxcar, safely a few
utes after the last man had p
chuted out. The flames were
tinguished by firemen.
The plane was landed in the
Keogh area, site of an old
The pilot, Capt. P. G. Ji
Sewart Air Force Base, T e
said the* troops were from
Campbell, (Ky.), and were
route to Edmonton, (Alta.),
the engine caught fire about
miles northwest of Miles City.;
The pilot ordered the 33
aboard to hail out. All of tih
were picked up a short' time
here to continue the flight to
and polce.
'They were taken to a hotel
til a ter plane here to continue the flight to
-Southbound passengers n
Florida East Coast Railway
travel from Spuds to
land by way of Potatovlle
doesn't agree with them they
-f* -_ 0L- 1,I-4A ---.9a

Simpson directed the party's e Railroad and go from
unsuccessful campaign last fall let all the r Way d o DoctorR
firm Owner To Be0to retain control of the ous et a the to
He was first elected at the open-
in of the 83rd Congress in 1953.
Re-Examined Rep. Roper Jones (N.C.) was -
elected vice chairman to succeed O W -F
WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 (UP) Rep. William C. Wampler (Va.)
The Supreme Court has returned Who was defeated in therNovem-
o the 4th Circuit Court of Ap- ber elections.
peals for re-examination the in- _______
come tax evasion conviction of
Keith M. Beaty, Charlotte, N. C. Lownmower Gone R LI I
The high curt said Monday it -
had not considered the merits of. Blt Th, ".r *
the case but wanted it reviewed u If you r throat I t r,
by the lower court in light of the from-coughing don't delay .
Supreme Court's decision l ast Buckley's Canadiol Mi -spq
month upholding t he go ver n- away. Pour yourself a
meant's "net worth starting point" CLEVELAND, O. (UP) th special med at
theory used in prosecuting income Somebody's going to get $100 for in your mouth a
tax evaders. cutting Mrs. Wanda Cholewa's slows swallow it.
Beaty, owner of a Charlotte grass. down your throat
taxicab firm, was sentenced last Mrs. Chclewa won that amount the thick,- be
year to two years in prison and from her ihuaband in her divorce phlegm ...
fined $20,000 for evading federAl suit against him. Her settlement film over thol
income taxes from 1945 through in ded a two-acre plot of grass bran m ,
1947. surrtudidAg her ho me .- but deep doii
He challenged, among o the r no lawnmower. It seems Cholewa, Ah-h . .
things, the government's use ef 32, came back after he left his have...
the net worth theory. This is an wife and took the power mower to ley's So .
attempt to prove bow much a de- seae. .-bottla ofl
fendant .was worth prior to the I refused to cut her grass. So iam
ears he is alleged to have under ftlwade decided to provide mean m.
stated hts income. e ir -i.

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Me night Frank Sinatra opened "
SCopa, the audience was
led with the famous folk of
r business. Among them, beau-
as ever, was Marlene Die.
>tween songs, Sinatra edged
r to her table and whispered,
a wanna get your name in
pers? Have dinner with me

It was a busy afternoon at Carl
DL aa'Is. But somewhere between c .l. Dietrlh
*B:ui tailor and the pianist there I Cu riuo0 i ....CB
Was a break for tea, and we talked
bout the pastand thefuture of anned when along came an or-
'thlis great Danish-born singing fr om the front to put in a
star. cigaret song. Seems there was a
The tailor had just left. cigaret- sponsor floating around.
Ge. ting dss suits t~ s so bhe added a song about eigarets.
id. The tailors aren't used Now hee waiting for the order to
them. I always have six dress ... a ..r so
I wear them in my a ,I once introduced a beer song
and can t use the same one two i' he says. "it was 'The Beer-Barrel
daysi n a row. Oe,'l lPolka.' I think that one would be,
wearout six. And they cost me g .
ce." RrjBrisnn i pexcitd ahnut th!i

DON McNEILL ("Breakfast

show. It's his chance to let aver-
age people see the act that has
thrilled cafe society for years.

,bi_ ABC-TV): People art itke "I always played expensive
=rUiltluas y Pnts you can't rooms," he said. "the man in the
what's inside simply by look- street couldn't afford me. The man
a t the wrapping. in the street Mr. Schmidt -
never heard of me."
IrisMea will wear a special dress
plit otfit for his coming television More about tailors a gentle-
Seres complete with blue dress man who fancies himself quite
hidrt. He's just about to start film- well dressed and keenly aware of
ag this program, "The Carl Bris- what constitutes a good fit was in
eon Show," and look out, Liberace. a fashionable tailors shop. He was
Briason has all the raw material trying on a sports jacket for a
to be a tremendous star on TV. final fitting. In walked Porfirlo
He's a tall, rugged-looking man- Rubirosa.
with a soft, melow singing voice "What do you think of this
and an intriguing touch of an ac- jacket?" the man asked. "Isn't it
cent and a sense of showmanship a good fit?"
borin of years of experience all The playboy-polo star cast a
over the world. With it all, he brief, casual look at the subject
doesn't look old enough to be Rosa- matter.
Itd Russell's father-in-law, which "Shoulder needs taking in, pock-
hI is. et is too high take a quarter-inch
"Do you like the name, 'The off the left sleeve and move the
Carl Brisson Show'?" he asked. top button a half-inch to the right
"I was going to call it 'Club Bris- and it will fit fairly well,' he said.
son,' but I was afraid people Tricks in every trade.
would think it was a nightclub
and any moment a girl would And more about tailors -ven-.
come out without much clothes. triloquist Jimmy Nelson spends
And there'll be nothing like that. $150 to keep his dummy, Danny
I'll sing maybe four songs, and O'Day, fitted with the latest in
there'll be other things from my soup-a.d-&hL. And you worry
about getting your wife a new
e be had his first show all dress.


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Sailings: Every Fifteen Days for:
Sailings: Every Ten Day, for:
(Gulf Vessels call at VERACRUZ and TAMPICO
(MEXICO) every -six woks)
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Great White Fleet
Orleans Service Arriveo
"IM ARNA" ...................................Jan. 12
"HIBUERAS" ................................Jan. 15
"MABELLA' .................................Jan. 20
"YAQUE" ...............................Jan. 22
"MORAZAN" ............................ Jan. 29
"LOVLAND" .................................Feb. 2
"AGGERSBORG" .. .................... Feb. 3
"HIBUERAS" ................................Feb. 5

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S.S. "LIMON" ....................................Jan. 16
S.S. "COPAN" ....................................Jan. 21
S.S. "AVENIR" ............................. ...... Jan. S
A. Steamer........................................Jan. 24
S.S. "TRAJAN" ................................. Jan. 29

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

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
* To NewYork V. .ji... . -.. 424900
To Los Angeles and San Francisco .... $27.00
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maikf Miesas of Mr. JobnsP. 4w-1
rttfS^ ^^C..p8tie Mte 'tMi. Cthyra. .
*tt er ii nmaseied s Saturday, Jan. U at the
is WAer' Aemrt Chupei n Ans.
igage tthOe Mol. awN$re in cited to the be parent at
1he ce 3Va.

D k Wedding Frank E. Hirt of Diablo,Mr. Keit.
S f r zer visited El Valle, Cerro Caim-
toi' -'-n. ia,k.pane, Contractors fi, Colon and
V m-i s Eizableth other places of Interest.
L. Dough to r. Gera D. Stroop Last Saturday evening -at the
*ill di etaee ea FrI4ay at th e Hirt home, a party was vjoyed
alaN ta sUnion (2utut. T he as a combined observance of Mr.
d e ft-'Mr. and M Clea Hirt's birthday and farewell gath-
C.U h of Margarita wtll plight eriag for Mr. Keitzer.
her.-tio to the son of Mr. and -
MrR 3. .C. strow .at 7 p.m. Bir ib Anoun
jmns of the bride .ad groom Mr. nOd Mrs. James D. Forbes
Aise vited to att$* thewedding of Spokane, Wa sh ingo..agn, a
-pad also the ei ion to Sallow poaee the birth of a ui ghter,
At -the Eftlub. Susan Carol, in that community
.'Uer1 -i -- yesterdayy. .
Surris Unqu Showr PMaternal grandprents ane Mr.
* S44U5 Owes and Mrs. B.E.r orhes of SSat
A#upriao bridal linen shower Juan Place, Ancon; me t e r nl
,.Ws len by Mrs. Mary Roaddy grandparents are Mr. and M r a.
_aad. rgr 4eaa Judge at the 1st- Albert Fisher of Spokane.
4er0 8 esidewo in Margarila last-
Friday 4veiing for Miss Eliza.-Leldeys Give
bth ough. r occ -Buffet B pr
T table was attractivey ar- Mr. a t Mr. Henry T. Leisley
Mged "ith carnations a- of Diablo tendered a buffet sup-
r.nd t n white r in the For Roam the Ho-
tal lak tapers in the b 0 c k-. telIvOS ay 6 R1 in h-
ound e ,arA tions were us.- A their house festM, Mr. am
Ad inathe of a heart round Mrs.. Hman Coulter D
the punch wl-. On an occasion- Ohio.
al table was a pink decorated um- Adreves Re
led r h he were Mr. and Mrs. Guille An-
SThe' allowing adis attended: droe ve have returned m vao a-
*Mrs. n Dough, mother of ithe in iMexico.
bride mtm J8 8CWeyat r.s -.el
a*ieen _t f .han as. a o r i os v Be Gede r ti
esir, Mrs. Kay .utz tMr s. i r sithng GtaimonEdar ane
Dolly tyles,Mrs. Anita 6berOlt- Maj or Ramon Eduardo Bene-
.-r," Mip t RPt' s_ ey, Mrs.
Mis Asi
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-Mr. Wd t-LIa- s a
W.r r Keitzer of Pitts-
,pe-a.p 'ah, W .spent 10 ,days U ., (UP)-
A eL sthMm nhas left for Quito, o. "last night that four
He aIas to rturn M lan. I. p,, mminun n
wmqpp_& r~anni aoar -amisin pan

r.persons au" ww at --" iv-"
Swould be found alive after I air-
cra~t returned to bases with neg-
ative reports from the fifth day
o extended search.
But maJ. Paul W. -pencer, di-
retor ot Civil Air Patrol Oper.
tma f Arizona, id p ane s

t oday. thet Sta

Aboard the plane when it left

Jack Price, Flatff, ad Wi t-
Ll W. Pode, all of P ix.
S st.eday's 1earet e7 hetered o
4Aboard t- e plaatp bet ween
Phoenix and Dougls, Arix. A twe
tal of l41 sorties were flown over
Jdesact 'aP mce, tal but all l-
aports we p, LttS W.
LThe W tenive sarch of eertaix
an ers dhas aost m-reeatered a
time 4 han t eay etrch her i 15 e

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de9l, who J4 military :Attapch of
the United SuItes adywdy in
Spain, is visItina relatives n the
IsWsmns. Be is itay3 g i the
home of his grandlotier, Mr's.
Concepcion de Benedetti.

The third series thIen Ee1i-
glous Educatica program at bhe
Balboa YMCA-US will begin on
FTbmraday, Jan. 20 t 7:30 p.m.
The new curse is the history of,
the New Testament aMd will run'
for six consecutive Thursdays.
I The lectures ad peaeher will
be: Synptic Gospel, Dr. Walker
M. Alderton; The Gapel accord
i to St. John, the ftennd
lan tS. MeDuffie; Te Acts of the
AtNtl8es, Chaplain Re bert B.
Heradon; the Paule Epis tlles,[
the Reverend Wmn. H. Ar m-
staeag; General tntims td He.
brews Chaplai o in.Sink;
New Testament Prop esie and
Revelations, iA. General Win. K.
These lectures are free but re-
quire registration at the Balboa
"Y" either personally or by call-
Jog Balboa ,2839.

T Ho d Pstponed

Meeng OnTusday
The Jan. 4 meeting of the sth-
mian Historical Society, which
Wb cancelled beeaue of the as-
saination of the lat President
Jose A. lemen, will take place
on Tuesday at 7:30 at the Hotel

Comm the a5th annid
versary of the" anama Railroad
the panel dislcuiioa will have for
its topics, "The History of the
Panama Railroad" and "The Ar-
rival of the Steamahip Companies
on the Isthmus," which pre-dates
the railroad by A fe4f years.
Representinsg the Panama Rail.
road will be Enrique de sla Ossa.
The steamship companies will be
represented by Michael McDon-
ald, Anthony Raymond, James P.
Roberts, Thomas Darlington ad
Firmer Shiebley. Shiebley claims
the longest residency on the lath-
must, having arribed in 1895 to
wotk for Pacific Mail. ,
All meetings arq open to the

Written for NEA Service
One of the best early leads In
the new game of calypse is the
ace of an opponent's suit. This
not only wins a trick for you but
Also prevents the aeemy from tak-
in yoer aee away from you.
Let's take an example. Suppose
your own suat is spades, and that
yeb are to make the opening lead.
You hold; -Spad e s A-W0-"-a4,
I earts 8-3, Diamoads A-2, Clubs
J4-. What should you lead?
The ace of diamonds is your
best choice.' It wl almost surely
win the trick and thus take four
diamals away from the 'emmy.
If you fail to lead your tee of
almuends, the diamone-d 9 Ia aye r
may gia the lead and may lead
a few remisof his auit.
He *an lead t*e very low dia-
neode, wimingn both tricks and
thus taking yur ace away from
yeu. The difference between wia-
ming one diamond trick and not
winning any tricks the suit is
about 100 points.
Take another hand in the same
situation. You hold: Bpdes A-!-
1-2, Hearts 53, Diamonds J4,
Cubas AK--3-2. What shabould you

Your best lead is the ace of
clubs. If that wins, yeou will try
the king of clubs next. There's
M= of ems will win sines the
omtaias three eober aces of
clubs, and one or moral ela teu
may be in play.
our best chamnceito- win an
ly tick in clubs, however, is
ip med *s high a cards .
aor ON If you set up th ,
wiy win a club by sheeA
lah the suit; and thmen allow
e wi he every bit as useful
as a hjgj card.
If yu 5st by with two to.ds
of clubs, you will continue the
~hu. It usually pays to leading
de ubies Ia calypso, for ydi have
the double chance of running one
lpmft AA t truaps sand or
up a ewosCalt wim your
I":%,.e lucky e ouh e to bave
Sa me, beth opponents' dets.
pn lend hi e cae of the shuter
In WON hereWm awi d" suit raL t you load the ether
IN &ft I diu so ft It iM au.h Witkamd MMM wit that suit.
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'EE MATIURE aRNT pesure.
r NXB MURIBL IAWRENIB eie other night, this claim drove
Kir. A. IAtblow u 4 in a to ,rhbe
Horney has recounted an inter- home the car with a dented fend-
esting experience she ae* hja d er. In a rage. hed*rbade if forth-
with herself. er use. Thcugh ordinary parents
DI e*W orkl War U, the was have to couiaer the posailitty f
flying from Mexice to New York. accidenthwhen they lend their car,,
In a small n southern towu, p~orl- he doesn't. He is an exceptieal
ties commandeered her plane seat. person for whom all traffic hasz
Though bhe accepted the rule, she ards mast be suspended when his
was iafritated by its appication son takes out his car.
to .ar. She saw the Jaag tasin TL S is t4e kiald o claim that
ride ahead of her as an intolerable makes housework stupid drudge-
imposition. ry, Jimmy's life a humiliation
maar, s tre ained ia 4 f- jad any apartment an un-
knowledge don't just passively ac- bearable affront.
cept an'& 'nB discontent for -t's lton in SpoIled childhood.
themselves. They disecrer why As e Mlren, we a emotconscious
,hey feel them. Accordingly, this that ntr parents are forming our
epwet set bMeself to consider her future claims on ife. So when they
extnavagant reaction to ineosve- permit us to use charm, talent
nMme. and bad temper to vade misaek-
SHE located its cause in the es and work, we d not know that
claim to edeeptional treatment by we are eaconcluding, "I rate special
life. treatment." Amndi ly after suffer-
And so she eanoyed her tra in g, wake up to 4ee that our an-
trip. gry discoatents are the result of
f the rest of us were as skill- expecting exceptional treatment
ful in relating our angers to the, by life.
claim for exceptional treatment Only then do we have the sense:
by life, we could reduce the sta- to sit back and enjoy the train
tistics on lers and high bloodride.

All WeNeedls One More

By Eduardo del Camp
Globe Pres Staff Writer

"lo pote assumer que multos in-
ter vos ha audit circa Interlin-
Sua e sape que illo es un lingua
auxiliary international." %
The above is not a U. S. tourist
speaking Spanish. Nor P o rt u-
gase, nor Italian, nor fractured
French, either. In fact, it is a
combination of all four, with a
splash of English thrown in.
This strange but familiar-sound.'
ing jargon is a new language
made up frem the Latin tongues
so that everybody in our turbu-
lent world ca understand every-
body else Or at least, so that
everybody won't constantly be
misunderstanding everyone else.
Strictly spelng, though, Inter-
lingua is a aux UMiary language.
It is not meant to take the place
of any national tongue. It is a
system designed primarily f o r
scientific use, so that ideas and
research data can be freely ex-
changed and understood among
Western countries.
Anyone speaking a "Latin dia-
lect" can eo ehend it, particu-
larly anyone trained in science
and mediWcie. Even those whose
native tongue does not come from

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i NEA FI' and Muhe Kta or
ZCamed beets, rimly hued and
perfect. in shape, make appetMaing
salads. Janet Larew, of Jaekson-
vifle, Fla., is a home economistt
recently married to a Navy pilot.
She showed us how to make this
beet pinwheel salad, saying it is
popular with her husband and his
Navy friends..
Beet Plawheel Salad
(Mahes a servings)

One-third cup sugar 1 teaspoon
paprika, % teaspoon dry mustard,
1 teaspoon celery seed, 1 teaspoon
salt, A cup vinegar, A cup salad
oil, I No. 303 can sliced beets,
drained 1 cup orange sections, 2
s m a ll Bermuda onions, thinly
sliced, crisp salad greens.
Combine uAs u paprika, mus-
tardt celery seed, salt and vine-
gar. Stir until sugar is dissolved.
Gradually a d d oil, beating con-
stantly- Add beets and let stand
1 ito 2 hous. Remove beets from
dressing and arrange with oranges
and onion slices on salad greens.
Serve with celery seed dresaing.
This recipe combining beets and
tuna may strike you right.
Devoled Tas anad Be
(Makes S servipgs)
MThree tablespoons butter or mar-
garine, % cap minced onion, 3 ta-
blesons alrpurpose flour, 2 cups
1 teaoon prepared mustard,
IA tespns horseradish, 1 tea-
spoon W =cestershire ,auce, two
64-ounce cans chunk-style tuna,
drained, teaspoon salt, 1 No.
303 can sliced beets, drained, salt
and p-ap.er, % cup buttered
Melt better or margarine over
low heat. Add onion and saute un-
til tender. Add flour and blend.
Gradually add milk and cook until
thikened, stirring constantly.
AGE musafd, horseradish, Wor-
cestoethire sauce, tuna and % tea-
spoon salt; aix well. Arrange half
of be e t s in bottom of lightly
greased 1-quart casserole. Top
with tuna mixture. Arrange re-
maing beets on top. Sprinkle
*th salt mdW pepper and crumbs.
Bake in moderate over (350 de-
giees F.) 25 minutes.

W ai~c J4tLaI,4uj

Women with tender scalps oft-
en find that getting in their hun-
w bru itroeWkesa a night i a
form of torture they prefer to de-
They try a brush with baby
bristles and they can't get It
through their hair enough to get
the luster and circulation the dai-
ly hundred is supposed to pro-
mote. S tiff bristles leave them
wishing they'd never thought Ma
the idea.

te Ltihe such as Germans, Scasn- l
dinavians or the Slavic groups i'
Osan understand Interlingua if tney Meowever toucehy her scalp, a
ever studied French, Italia n, woman should get In her
Spanish or Portuguese. brushing to keep her hair lns-
Only .about a year ago did In- rows and smooth. This young
tHii.gua receive any widespread woman te sing a new flexible
publicity. Not two medical maga- brush that spreads out.
zines in the U. S. have Interlin-
gua editions, and the last Inter- Brushing is needed to keep the
national Cardian Cogress hel d blood circulating to the scalp,
in Washingon, D. C., published but this is not interpreted to
Interlingua notes of its meetings, mean that the bristles s oul d
The idea of a universal lan- scratch the skin of the head. The
guage has long been a dream of. gentle e tugging a good brush gives
many idealists. They feel tht thair is enough timulation.
a mankind spoke a common Women with sensitive sc al
tongue,.perfectunderstanding and .ould use Cta re in puttingte
brotherhood would result. Conse- brush into the hair. Start, ce 1f0
quently, say these i4elists, p r.- to the head, but net on the scalp
fet understanding would elUmi- A new product that may be an
nate war.,. aid to women who postpone their
Th e tqa is certainly an admir- brushing is a flexible hairbrush.
able one, but unfortunately, not a You can start brushing a dis
practical one, as history h as tance from the scalp and as you
shown. 8one of the world's blood- draw the brush through y o u r
iest wars were fought between hair, the five-part b a c k will
people speaking the same tongue. spread and open This way, the
For real peace, understanding hair near the head get Tit brush-
must come not from words, bu t ing and the scalp escapes.
from the heart.- An investment more than a
run-of-the-mill brush h, but it
should last a od long time and
Might be worth lot to te gal
with the fragile Uealp.

"I don't want my husband, but
I certainly want my dog," a Cali- fe
forna wife recently told a ju4ge
laced with the problem of settling
a cgWYty attle war a Irneb
Tb'*at the husband reDled: job of mil
"It's a serious matter with ine, be tended
too. I ike the dog. I'll feed her the a na
I steaks." streak, a
The judge hearing the divorce chin or a
case settled the matter by award- hours of w
ing the poodle to the fe, with the mask, ugl
husband being given the right to
have the dog every other week-
That news Item suggests the
thought that maybe there would be
fewer divorces if husbands and
wives lavished the same kind of
uncritical, love-me-love-my dog *
deovotie on each other that they
find it so easy to lavish on a
household pet.
There never was a pet that for
all his lovable, qualities wasn't a 1r
nuisance at times. But no matter 4
how much mischief a pet gets into,
or how difficult it is t& teach him
anything, or how unpopular he.
may be with'the neighbors, to his
owner he is worth every bit of
trouble he causes.
If Bosoe can't be broken of the
habit of chasing cats, his owners
forgive him on the grounds that, ..
after all, it4 just natural for a
dog to chase cats.
But when it comes to human re.
lationships-humans aren't nearly
so tolerant and so understanding.
Husbands expect wives to be an-
gels and wives expect husbands to
be perfect. And when a husband
-turt a.t to have all the faults The pteti
s lefties of the masculine sex a new M
along with.a fS w pecA larly his Inale
own, and wife turns eut to women to
be more like ordinary women than 'she wants
the' angels, alT displays .l the out seveoi
weaknesses andfailings of her seX
as few of her own invention-- I yu
two are ready to get rid of starts with
each other. ers with p
If couples were only as tolerant with eyeas
atd each other as they find it easy know it by
to b eof a pet, they wouldn't be cause you
runag to the divorce corti io or because
such great numbers. But once
do a halfwj
I WIBGROUND strong light
SO (U) A subway ble and sur
transit system to be completed a&i wgles.
here late in 157 wif have a main from cosme
branch 1mm the busmese district application
up the central Aveada do La er- san. Keep
dade, whence it will form two mirror all
s rate l.o to he outer sub- to duck out
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Work. che
the assign
make-up job
A new aI
sets herself
arrival of a
tic squeeze
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g Caol Zone
51 a Dhalct CaM for the
f the Canal Zene
videln oeef 3ambe
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Di defendant
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for divorce.
the above-named defendant;
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FOR SALE.-Norga refrigerator,
25-cile 8-cu ft, in excellent
cor.it.on $85, Zenith radio, In-
ternaiianal. 6 waoe bonds, like
nr.evw $45 Call 82-2182 doys;
87-2136 eterings.
FOR SALE -The entire furnish-
ings of a h O u S e. all in perfect
condition. Owner leaving coun-
try. Must be seen to be appreci-
ated. Coll at 11 Federico Boyd
Ave corner of 50th Street Tues-
day, between 4 and 6 p.m., and
all day Wednesday..
FOR SALE--Coldipot 7-foot re-
frigerotor. 60-cvcle, $75. Phone
Balboa 2870
FOP SALE -- Large gas stove
535. See Lindsay at Baxter's
FOR SALE- Because of trip.
be,'Jioorm and livir p roornm furni-
ture Also apino. $100. Lamps,
"pCIller- ptc 43rd Street No.
1IF Bellae \ito
FOR SALE -Modern and beau-
tui jsoin-bed with smrnoll artistic
tal Inou.re oat Bea.ity Shop,
Ea 0rh Street No. 10. Phone
.613. ____
FOR SALE -Coldspot refrigera-
tor. 9-cu. it 25-cvcle, \ery good
con'l.r.on 60 Phone Corozal
42S1 during business hours.
0430-G. Frongipon. Street, An-
con. after 6 0.n'
FOR SA' E -Dining room set, 6
chairs Guatemalon mahogany &
rope liing room et 6 pieces (3-
o ece settee. 2 chairs. 2 end to-
h'et. 1 ccffee lablei; mall desk;
typewriter: Beat,.rest double
bed' lamps. boo,'oase with heat-
ing element. kitchen table, 2
chlor' ru.7s, Qiirrtermdster bu-
reau and chest of drawers; drapes,
etc etc All at .acr;fice. Mrs.
Mar-, McCr'tlh\, Curundu 2129-
B. Phone 5235.
FOR SALE.---One 25-cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator; one 25-
cycle fan (161'; one 25-cycle
motor (1/3-hp.). D. J Quade,
5624-A, Diablo. 2-3373.

FOR SALE: G.E. wringer type
washer, 60-cycle, 2 years old,
S-S75; babey foer, car moat, elec-
tric sterUlzer; 2 oil pantings by
M. Ernesto. Phone Curundu 83-
4181 after 4 p.m, Apt. 473-E.

ATTENTION Pre-teens & Teen-
agers! For beginners and ad-
vanced ballroom dance classes.
Registratl n'will be T.u sdy ',
through Friday 3 to 3 30 p.m.
Balboa YMCA & after 5 p.m.
Panama Hotel Studio. 181/2-hour
lessons ond Free dance book. All
for only $10.00. HARNETT &
tienel method, used successfully
for 15 ears. Mrs. Rnmero, Estu-
diante Street 77-A, No. 2.

Ma4 Ulnn T, UIJ

Agendas InternaL doe Publlaeln e
4 Central Ave.
Parque Lezee 7 street
160 Central Ave.

FOR SALE: 1953 Singer car,
excellent condition. Phone Sal-
boo 2-1315, Buiby.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Cadillac 4-
door "62," w/s/w tires, excel-
lent condition. Must sell. Leaving
for U.S. Coall Balboa 2-3697.
FOR SALE:-1950 Cadillac, Hy-
dramatic, good radio, new bat-
tery; new interior, $250 below
dealer's price. House 53, Cristo-
bal 3-2573.
FOR SALE :-19S0 Buick, excel-
Ient condition. Can be financed.
Phone 83-2272, house 2120-A.
FOR'SALE: _-1946 Hudson four-
door sedan. Phone Balboa 6383
until 5 Vp.. or Panama 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.
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac two-
door sedan, copper colored, white
sidewall tires like new, excellent
brakes, original body finish spar-
kles, $800 cash. Mrs. Mary Mc-
Carthy, 2129-B Curundu. Tele-
phone 5235,
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile car,
good condition, $100. Ancon,
Bulobor Street, House 458. Tel.
FOR SALE:-1952 Cadillac, 17,-
000 miles, excellent condition.
Enjoy the dry season driving.
Phone any time: Albrook 7133.
FOR SALE:-Car', first class con-
dition, good tires, jack, few tools.
Phone Pan. 2-1669, Richard
Harper, Dodge Agency.
FOR SALE:-,'37 Buick. Unique,
very dependable. Steering wheel
shift, electric choke and wind-
shield wipers, new battery and
tuel pump. Motor in excellent
condition, $160. 2-2392 after 5
p.m. Tuesday, Thursday or Satur-
day. Taylor.
SEQAN 4D. good tires, in A-i
condition, Radio, New Paint.
1952-1951-1950 FORD SE-
bAN. In ecxcllent mechanical
4 Cylinders; 1951 MORRIS
CONVERTIBLE. Excellent condi-
Motorcycle: HARLEY DAVID
SENMAN, Tels. 2-2616, 2-4966,
Panama, R. P.

Airliner Collides

With Private Plane;

15 Passengers Die

14 Central Ave.

s50 street No. ba
J. lr0o. ae Ia Osa Ave. No. 41

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of t h e Silver Employees Death
Benefit Association and the Pan-
ama Canal West Indian Em-
ployees Association, has been re-
moved from La. oca, to the an-
nex at the rear of. the Pacific
Service Center, Ancon. Office
hours: Monday, Tuesday. Thurs-
day & Friday from 6 to 8 p.m.

FOR SALE:- Radio transmitter
art 13 operating on 25-cycle with
microphone and varioc. Cristobol

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Launch "Silver
King" 26', fully equipped. Sleeps
4, A-I condition. See at Gotun
Y.C. or phone 5-323.
FOR SALE: 12-foot plywood
boat and trailer. Cash $75. May
be seen at 0776-J, Williomson
Place, Baboa O call 2-3508.
FOR SALE:-Used 14-ft.' fishing
boat $40; new car top boat $80;
new pango $50. ABEIRNATHY,
across side street Hotel El Pana-
ma. Phone 3-0264,

FOR SALE:-Norton Internation-
al motorcycle, 500 c.c.. 1952
model. Price $250. Phone Pana-
ma 2-0346.
FOR SALE:-Triumph Tiger 500
c.c., good running condition,
$200. See at 5066-A, Dioblo.
Phone 2-1451.


WANTED: Vocation quarters
for working couple no children.
Call after 4 p.m., 2-4403.

Wanted to $Buy
tires, suitable for reconstructr6n.
NAL, S.A., No. 47 Peru Avenue.
Phone 2-0406,
WANTED:- 60-cycle'generator,
approximately 500-watt capaci-
ty, in good condition. Tel. 5-596.

Position Offered
WANTED: Highly experienced
secretary for confidential and re-
sponsible position in large Ameri-
can firm. Knowledge of Spanish
helpful, but no essential. Inter-
esting position and'excellent aol-
ary for right applicant. Apply Tel.
2-4913 or Box 555, Panama.

Help Wtnted

I'Iil I'anI lll U IIUIU CINCINNATI, O., Jan. 12 UP) WANTED:-Maid, cooking,gen-
i n i -A Trans-World Airlines plane eral housekeeping, for Army cou-
and a privately-owned DC-3 air- pie, no children. Married women
S l craft collided in flight and crash- not accepted. Call 84-5117 oft-.
ed in flames near here today er 6 p.m
Pictures At Clyton killing 15 persons. WANTED:- Maid. Must know
Detective Robert Gordon of howTED: Mcookndenera hod. Must know
.ithe Kentucky State Police, one workCall after 7 .m. Cistal
Matt Mann II, famous itm-of the first to reach the crash 3-298. after 7 .m. Cristo
mig coach of tne University Of scene, said that parts of the '
icnigan andformer Olympic planes and bodies were scatter-
coach in 1952 who s here under ed over a wide area. He said both .c
the auspices of the Department ships apparently caught fire be- eC iStsCan
of Physical Education and Re- fore they hit the ground. p va e Normal
creation of the Republic of Pan-
ama, has been invited through ric
the director of the above men- Goodrich Rubber Human Cells
toned department to offer a
clinic on swmmin with films ToShare Patents BERKELEY, Calif. --(UP)
at Fort Clayton, Fr day'night at History's-first successful eutiva-
Fat:ort dty ight at With German Firm to. of generation after generation
of normal human cells on glass --
The films of the different HOECHST SANDBACH, Ger-a development that Is expected
races, and diving championship many, Jan. 12 (UP) The to provide a new tool for poho
of the 1952 Olympic Games in Goodrich Rubber Company ofland cancer research -- has been

vited to attend this lecture and was learned today. The research was reported by
films which wil be shown for' The agreement would permit Mrs. Elsa M. Zitcer, principal lab-
gestiions of the Special Service the German firm to use Good- oratory technician in biochemis.
Department Officer Major Shine rich patents, try; Dr. Relda Cailleau, bacteria.
and which will prove being of Sources close to Vieth said the ologist and Dr. Paul L. Kirk, pro-
great Itnerest to all. agreement w ill enter another fessor of biochemistry. It was sup-
German firm into the race for ported by federal and state grants.
S_ T- B ~ thethe tubeless tire market.
a Rubber Works" announced the cultivate single generations of liv-
forthcoming sale of tubeless ing cells on glass, but they are
tires to German car manufac- unsatisfactory for most experl-
g Fea4bre turers. ments.
Under the Goodrich-Velth a-
grreement, the sources said,
At m Fair Goodrich engineers will soon 'M
A ecom to many to helveth 'Mothbal Fleet'
be one of the daily features of streamline its operations.
the tine-day fair whleh gets Used To Store
-fdWam Viday under th. Take Your Choice
p ip of the Curu Of Names Fdr Surplus Wheat
SeAm. Of Names For
gSitud o f the m P aa Sm l SPOKANE, Wash (UP)
Si lb ad thI This Small Town rearj 30,M bushels of wh-eat1
aDwemmsunIMw Club will are stored in the "mothball fleet."
dSpI ek slldl in a special Du l s) ,M. (.). but the dealers already wonder
gsm-wal Blakusedby- the The datline is not a mi-take be. where to put next year's harvest.I
rU.&. Navy to dommi t 3n "teau this little southern Mlinois Pete Stalicop executive secre-
m -wae 4j ayed-m towB is known by both name. tary of t h e VPacific Northwest
^I rma* m WIlwA, ftehitorical, -e(w aphr add Grain Dealers Association. said
a- The hste rilghway deptmrap i the loading of 3.851.66 bushels in
weekems ht be be nme of the town Is DuBols. The 43 ips at Olympia, Wash., and
a addUead sho at 4 aJ I inds Central Railroad depot 119,98.180 bushels in 87 ships at
on S-tsaft l w1 carries the name Bais because 10 Astoria, Ore has been completed.
I SS mils down the track.1. l uQuiol. He added tat shifting the wheat
lag exhAbilb She sSt 10d pisad ge *ad baggagemen to the ships took a "tremendous
fair wlf fet 1 B set. preuure" off storage space in thel
ei woe eds, who bo --, hut t~t, there is likely;
**'It oN. r i s I


-- -I -.welcome

Gromlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gomboa
6-44 1.
past Santo Clara. LoW rates.-
Phone Balboa 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Sahta Clara Beach
Cottages-rocklag, refrigeraotion,
2-bedroom, Phoni Balboa 3050.
Phillipp. Oceanside c ottage s..
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo-
bol 3-1673. ,

SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses..
on beach at Santa Clara. Tele-
phone THOMPSON, Balboa 1772.



FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished 3-bedroom house, swim-
ming pool. Golf Heights. Avail-
able for 3 months. Phone 3-

FOR RENT:- 3-bedroom chalet -
*to party who buys bedroom, din-
ing room, living room furniture.
Very good price. 43rd Street No.
18, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 2 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, spacious grounds.
Available immediately. Phone 3-
FOR RENT:--Furnished chalet: 3
bedrooms, living- room, dining
room,. kitchen, garage, maid's
room, 3 bathrooms. 18th and
50th Strets, Poitilla. Beginning
February 1st. for 2 or 3 months.
Phone 3-3390.

ATTENTION 6.1. Just b u i I t
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Fumished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386,
FOR RENT: For one month,
starting January 20, nicely fur-.
nished 1-bedroom studio apart-
ment. Phone 3-0679 after 7:30

FOR RENT: Apartment with
electricity. 12th Street # 46, San
FOR RENT:-Apartment to par-
ty who buys furniture. Reason-
able price. Leaving Isthmus. Juan
B. Sosa Street No. )2, Apt. 6.
FOR RENT:-Modern apartment,
'bedroom, dining living room,
kitchen, bathroom, garage. Near
Hotel El Panama. Unfurnished.
Suitable offices or small family.
Phone Balboa 2870.

FOR RENT: Apartment, Bid*.
No. 14, Apt. 2-C, Tivoli Avenue,
one block from Ancon Post Of-
fice. Phone 2-5327.

FOR -RENT:-Screened one-bed-
room sportment, furnished, all
modern conveniences, well locat-
ed at Bella Vista. Available at
once. Call 3-4644 from 6 to 8

FOR RENT:-Modern unfurnish-
ed duplex, El Congrejo: Two bed-
rooms, maid's room and bath,
laundry, garage, $125 monthly.
Inquire at 39th Street No. 34.
FOR RENT:-Small modern a-
partment. Quiet and pleasant sur-
roundings. See apartment No. 10
in Gloriela Building, across from
Hotel El Panama. Apply Foto
Halcon (next-door). Phone 3-
2407 or 3-1179.

FOR RENT: Best located fur-
one or two couples. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Apartment with
hot water. "D" Street, El Can-
grejo, Rosita Building.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, garage. Reasonable price.
Ricardo Miro Street No. 52. Vis-
to Hermosa. Phone 3-4871.

FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment. living room, dining room,
k;ichen 13th Street, Son Fran-
cisco, Via Parras No 16.

FOR RENT.-Apartment. 2 bed-
rooms, living room, dining room,
independent, San Francisco. Tel-
ephone Balboa 1464.

FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-
nished room, double coach, ice-
box. kitchen cabinet, stov, both
and private entrance. 52nd St.
No. 3. Phone 3-0638.
-- A
modern unfurnished 1 -2 bed-
- 1om t, Hli? l -
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fenses o
ters and
leave C(
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had stat'
'in a state
aion" an
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avu,,, w, oov +a, inju iut ommu*
nist and other leftist elements in
the Americas." Among such ele-
ments he listed Juan Jose Are-
valo, former president of Guate-
mala and his successor, Jacobo
Arbenz, pro-Communist OGate-
malan leader ousted In a revolu-
tion last year.

Pre-Ministry Student Goes 1

Berserk, Kills 'Tormentor

SWARTMORS, Pa., Jan. 12 the doors until he came to Stro-
SFina e (UP) A Swarthmore College 2ier's door which happened to be
pr-ministry student, brooding unlocked. He aimed the guk in-
Sover haing by his classmates, to the darkened room and i,-
....e Rstalked silently into a dormitory ed."
STearlytoday and killed his "chief Detect e Chief- Alien said
reer Money Tra tormentor" with a bullet In the Bechtel took as a !perAona. at-
head. front" the numerous pranks stu-
PARIS Jan 12 P) The killer, who had been chid- dents In his charge played on
ance Miniter of 14 nation ed by other students for being him, Including throwing his bed
clouding the United States and 9- a "long hair" then went through out a window.
nad went to work today seeking the dormitory, firing wildly, but When he became, angered, Al-
a road to freedom in Internation. noone else was hurt en aid, the students accused
al money trading. Police said Robert Bechtel, 22, him of having no sense of humor
al metof Pottstown, who planned to and-referred to him as a "lon
The old problem of the dollar study for the Unitarian ministry, hair."
shortage came up for new talk went to one of the rooms on the w a e g
at a preliminary session preced, third floor of Wharton Ball, pick.- Monday work at the. p ant
ing tomorrow's meeting oft the out his lep victim borrowed an ig auto from a idech
council of ministers of the Organi. the beam of a flashlight and fir- el postwen an auto from a Sel
satin for European Economic co. ed a .22 caliber rifle at his head. low student and drove 30 mIles
operation. The bullet struck Franels Hol- t aodhi-me toheiet smhe books
mu Stcamier, 19, a mophomore andp r' There, obt
of *g; s fro m Ak2cinithe temple, ber rifla revol
"Clevertrl".-t] word ee E. rmg Ari Otu 0., In thedtempglev a1int
rope uses to -ifyl ,eI-g of in- fcu him instantly. the Swarthmoro e a & "
international deo s between hard Strosler's roommate, Roger Al- e
and soft currenciei-was the to- len Witt, 19, a sophomore from thre .then wfeno ough the
pic for discussion by the OEEC Fanwood, N.J., was unharmed. rfiloorb of .theWharon H
ministers study group. Police said Bechtel then went dormitory b tangin n .doors and
Its tentative police will be hand- through the three floors of the firing the rifle.
ed to the full OZEC council to- dormitory, firing the remaining A
morrow. R. A. Buler, British six shells in the. rifle blindly. But
Chancellor of the Exchequpr, pro- a other rooms were locked and
sides today. the bullets were embedded in the
C '""- M. .... walls, injuring none of the other iOih.Aiman m J'I nm
S 180 students. ollEnE IVI e an
Canadin Mn ing Detective Chief Earl Allen of
a Ran Min Delaware County said Bechtel AVOCA, Wis. (-UP)-. In fewer
Fi Pradmitted he picked out Strozler wods than required to writ. this
Frm Plan as his first target because he be- story, the history Of one man's
Ineved the Ohio youth was the oht for freedom Is inscribed in
lD W .RJ Iahleader of a grodp of pranksters a country churchyard here.
V 1 r who had been tormenting him It tells how Wicenty Dajewa-
with practical jokes. mowski forsook great wealth to
TORONTO, OMt., Jan. 12 (UP)- "I cant explain why I did It," become a common laborer but a
- Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr, Bechtel told Police. "I-had arage A seven-foot high monument t
recently appointed board chair- against them. I felt they were Dalewamow Pole, bears th
man of the Base Meta Mining psecuting me." inserption:
Corp., a Canadian firm, said students arouedbytheshot inscription:
yesterday the company is plan- OV owe edh by shots "Born a nobleman of great
yesterday the company n- overpowered the slayer and drove wealth, Wincanty Daiewamowsl
ning a major development pro- him to a police stationincent Daew owki
gram in Jmaica D.Ev her a o embraced in 1830 the tenets of th e
gram"If we succeed devverett Hunt, dean of men,Polish revolution.
oil and/or gas In commercial aid "Bechter must ave been "His cause defeated, his wealth
quantities on theaisland, we willtemporarilyinsane." s ad confiscated, he secured exile to
revolutionize the economy of Be htelsupervised 25 students in America from Nicholas of Russia
the Island, by providing Its peo- return for free rent and also through the intercession of his
pie with low cost energy and worked10 hours a week as a bus friend, Ferdinand of Austria. Sail-
fuel," Roosevelt said. "On this.lboy at a restaurant for free ed from Thiest, November 188
more than any other factor, de- meals. Arrived in New York, If arch 1834.
spends the standard of living, "Apparently, the hazing ac- "Began his trek wsetward May
the level of wages and the in- companying the job of proctor 21, 1835. Engaged as a smelter of
dustrial output of the area." hi the dormitory proved too much ore with Wm. ,. Hamilton of Ga-
He said the venture was for him," Hunt said. "He appar- lena, Nov. 17, 1835. On Sept 4
"strictly speculative," but the ently didn't care too much who 1838, be took up his R ist tract o
outlook Is promising. Drill sites he shot. He went banging on government land, now Avoca.
have been selected and equip-. _
meant should be shipped to the I
island within 40 days, RoOe-
velt sid. 1

The Canad4a orpo r a tion
controls ezlusve (I and u
exploration liUeense to some 4,-
000,009 acres, Including all of
Jamaica and all land within Its
territorial waters,.

Movies Gag

Wetter Than Ever


IN-a .-to aM .

Is.*. -m m.o.

-Hollywood went to the depths
for realism last night.
The v depths of Silver
Springs, Flltt, whoe the
water L -f elear jyo eas ee
long distMasSe mlerwater.
jit eeaites was the world
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ng much bigger-the fu- WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 (UP I "We are Indeed a nation O
the collective American -President Elsenhower's special wheels," the committee said
highway, advisory committee to- "and we cannot permit these
ala said full Identlfica- day recommended the 'nation wheels to slow down."
the invading force had double Its road building program it pointed out that 48 million
be made but that there over the next 10 years at a total p enger cars, 10 Million trucks
eestlon Nicaragua was cot of 101 billon dollars. and250,000 buses are operating
qosstible sourc of the The commtitee said stepped- on U.S. thoroughfares.
y possible source of up modernization of the coun-I Clay conceded the plan eon-
nvasion came only a few try's 3,348,000 miles of roads and ists basically of the 48 billion
after Alfonso Ortga streets s mperative to eep pace dollars already scheduled to be
tr AuaaU cOartegdUaf- with the agricultural and Indus- spent over the next decade, plus
ft ficaragu me at hrge daf-trial needs of an expanding: billUon in additional federal
the for home atn the rne- economy and to provide for hao funds The rest wouWni. soa&
Sthe declared no longgovern- tional defense., up by state and logal govern-
Sthwas country beclared no longer The plan relates particularly et In ways as yet undOt-
in thiscoun! bec e to Improvement of the 37,t0h minedu
cd interference in domes- mles of ghwat oy designatedasl The report s expected to b
le. the national system of inter-' the basis for President zsen-
ove to reinforce the de- state highways. This phase of hower'l Jan. 27 message t oCon-
sof the carir the the plan would cost 2 7 billion gress on highway needs. '.,
Sthe capital, the gor-dollars. The committee said the fd"
called for volunteers, The report opposed federal eral part of the program* Jdj
g aircraft ground spot- construction of toll roads, how- be "in effect, self uldati'
civlian defense patrolsever. it gave them limited sup- because the costs would be alfi
MonUrbina thwas henotified port when financed properly un- equal to revenues expected from
Monday that he must der state auspices but added: federal gasoline and oil taxes.
its Rice for having "Toll financing Is not a' satis- The gasoline tax is scheduled
in its Internal affairs, factory solution to the-full prob- to drop April 1 from 2 cents a
SMinister Mari u lem of network modernization." gallon to one cent, but the Preo-
Ithe Nicaraguan envoy The committee, headed by re- dent has served notice he will
ed that Costa Rica "tenas tired Gen. Lucius D. Clay, for- ask Congress to maintain the
e of great Internal ten- mer US. high commissioner in present rate.
d that he had repeated Germany, suggested the federal The report suggested establlsh-
sation Monday despite a government assume about 30 per ment of a federal highway cor-
cathe Foreign Ministry.balood cent of the- cost of the entire portion with power to issue
ication of the bad blood program. bonds to finance the federal
Costa Rica and Nicata This would be a boost of 54 share of inter-state construction.
ne in the debate before billion dollars Over the sum al- Under present law the federal
council in Washington ready' designated under present government is contributing a-
law and 'would mean a federal bout 525 million dollars annual-
contribution of about half they to primary and secondary road
gula Ambassador Guir additional funds. states and lo- systems and 75 million annually
evil Sacasalon accused cal governments would make up for roads in urban areas not part
t Figures of "long and the remaining 70 per cent. of the interstate network.

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SMOMu. A JA s.. At Notre Dame
Sby kink Jbm sa By OSWALD JACOBY SOUTH BEND, Ind., Jan. 12 -
Wnt a for NEA Service (UP)-Israeli Ambassador Abba
Eban told an all-Catholic audi-
H OD. Exu reeL.. e ence today the establishment of
HOLLYWOOD- (NB) -Exclu reel.The tory is so good you Israel was "a victory for t he
dvely Yours: Dean Martin looked don't need tie songs." 0) i.' Christian struggle as well as be-
Like a candidate for that Oregcn -- nga direct station for theU
State Home for the Pooped tatl Lauren Baeall and Robert Mitch- Jwish peoplee" n
Donald O'Connor's always talking illbetheonly two ale The previous homelessness and
about. ifacbs in the cast of "Blood Alley. martyrdom of the Jewish people
He flopped down on his Par;- Rest of the actors are orientals. mwQ4atyrdom of the Jewish People
SAM was not merely a source of Inter-
mount dressing room couch like a ... The Tommy Nconans, whose at eonsone
dazed accident victim and groaned stork dates have been cancelled national political tension, he
about the maddest week in his twice, are all smiles. Medics as A43 1 2 said, but a heavy burden upon
mad on-stage life with Jerry sure the ex ctant Mrs. Noonan 4#745 t943 t 'he Christian conscience.
Lewi she won't e disainted this 2 3 Establishment of the Israel
"I don't even remember doing time. Tommy gets first star SOT soverenty, though ostensibly
eadon-st. e e sh n s thin ... sovereljnty. though ostensibly
last Sunday's TV show," he billing in Fox's "Violent Satur- : 641685 "" political fact, he said, was in a
mumbled. don't even remember day." 9 *QJ 1 deeper sense an act of universal
what I sang. Im so tired Ialmost AJ10 justice.
shaved off my eyebrows this morn- TERRY MOORE an the subject A The ambassador spoke to therdan
t.' of marriage to Nick iltdn: Northouth faculty and student b o d y at way career for the thrill of the Medcan bullg, shows he,
here was reason for Dean's "I doubt whether we will be Nor t ah Notre Dame University. at her ninth pro fessional fight. waos one of the
"Who am I?" look. married. Nick and I have been Pass Pus 14 Pas He said Israel never could tacular events at a mid-winter cariyal in El Paso, Tt "''
Except for a two-day shut-down friends for years. I'm the cnly 3 Ps, 4 Pus compete In material fields with .
of their movie, "You're Never Too girl he can get along with and he's Pass Pas the might and influence of the
Young," Dean and Jerry re-the only boy I can get along with. Oea ni d.- 4 great powers.
hearsed the TV show for five What better reason for NOT setting l "
nigSts after working all day in the married?" "The only domain in which e SHOFING A YOR SERICE CENT
film. Therewa aso a 5 A. M.. are free to soar to the highest THEATERS TONIGHT
ap rae fa eastern TV Mostho sto bridge playerswlda rat peaks available to any nation
ea,* s od w T s.,eM of d s a t t lsong to them th a o, .th t dr a. t ar e those f scientific, cultural
w inag the pianotwo yso BALBOA 6:15 8:00 DIABLO HTS. 6:5 t hla
luol eaon w asn"ptImti . "Llth eor t they w a spiritual progress, i

keyboar t VtIas::ean eds To Support Ike w^ LA e.a >1 d 'TCODRia
re winced. "W ere tat n glseUd L ene os o at a to Oa s "to live antusn alsi -- lt d
SBmoney w high well be ab1e Ctossly But hies pt& tricks ta that are M lying "arond tt BpuariAklpin ota K, nati n n to u omss allie t o.EVERYTHING 'U r
to ..e itufrom father. We habe straight dramatic.role in MWS sand begging to be aen, but aithukin(N S tnath subis subced asithens hoeroy- path crated to the universal vision ofgHan-C

old italian sahi ng to do another sg "TheCobweb. nd uthake hsad to win yuthntheac.the mfbershpoa their key po-the senate approvedbth the the oncrd peacee, RIST A Gny CD A I
er'i be laughed '1 hat cops andDa ys, w honymoin Aapl- I now looked as thatug South Icy co ltte today a move GOP and, Democratic choices, ounce ,recent -A "For Whom 1
pmEg C ,.. Ea r eAnorep as pe miht lose two trumPyis, a eartthatwth a herm stunach support- enabng e committee to r- inches oAf RnoRQTere waa vN
tuftandaurd starT Vsotherjic Jack nhero career touoh fil" GurSnPolicyeTo .Ordeqr rw m Rl

,m.-t will ..b...e.a hi -f e andeoes wth at pdh of .vi q- aa b Presiden Tn wb a v aze, seect staffs an todn elsewhere i*ve y v I ;
As wa no ret to Stanft d ord, his f e- tomra_ oue the s see a laer t-or l k l g. The action ame embers Monday. t Responsible for this assist to at.m PARAISMO 13 S:05 LA BOA : &:o c8:
w gre treasure o Panhor en. carhrened l throf Fanf Elle "El Bombero Atmico AL
onst dr: wt looked doutumly t tt a v other ailment. r a nSdleand pulls ae
"Betr we s d have won"theCs was e -Upe fo Adoo 0 a- Ca .ltskill aMountains, when namotuoo re "m

ur Ifor thw e most be Co y will star in "M Man ebiWests reopened the jack of clubs, e al sri t Inow na tus WEEKEND RELEASE ..
ai tSinhaveai-to'ewsituationScomedydeclarer hopefully Sput dummys WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 (UIt provedd legislative committee as- feto oie a white stufs.

gave him an earful' about his an *r lead the queen of spades nif he real. t8 yeMrdedt eolDk e, On -skieah lateralr tobogganists. I
go to the lunc To rephrase an telefil series on NBC. Mar queen, but East coee with king, Senate Republicans doubled ignments. hortly aftd erwards Ray Parker, general manager of

dered over rumor that John DREW PEARSON hop of dropping th king. view wl be represente today is the abolition of the TollG frigid air through and i I
old Italian. saying of another sing. aMot e d h ib, outh had to win with the ace. the membership oth e p i- s ,aed S ea e the Concrd Hotel was a blre tosAn- CRISTOBA L f
'r' heage e-rLbehate opsae D iswillhoneymon in d Acsdap des It now looked asl'b theugli o uth aey cousd mienlttn be vi leeonne todayn a move GOP andl Democraticdchoices, oo rtl woe ave o W m soinienam Ii

MGMsm biography oRuth Et- he a en Speaker Unle e c ea o tho tteer seator In yesterday's brief action, our and one-halfer acres in 12

tin may be dthetfilmnroaloe C anoe.was ableotoYexpecto- a t m eae mBs ran aterrertherereouro
P aO e d b hlt eLoreeEdw ardara ro h pealrnod re csr m lhtlose-twotrumps, a heart, that will giveb stunc h support- enabl og h he om mi e flo uncervt a

rmt oo nheo he nmr- Mall p b iofFa o e" r . teraoftPresCident.osho a gairze, select staffs and get downevclsewxhere in ihrmthe y,. e ld

Si to. t spittoons out his our y eh diamonds, dis- They bigger voice: I Senate Whip Lov- tewar semcrtary of the Senate r i

hewlia Dlli el grn n fo e wo-ted -ls e not Ro 'ly f carding club trom the dummyai erett altonstall (Mass.i and Sens' and Zeck Gravey Jr messenger AAr Ii-G e3:5awas LAB 1:
Su but tosend back to The contrieat is sae if the di a Margaret Chase Smith (Mo.ersu H. and elected Heneyvle, N. Y., who designed and in
(Cotiued fro e 2) North Carolina as Chchance wastmas pres the reak norma d if the Alexander Smith N.J.bump, Alxan doorkeeper. MILWAUKEE stalled the snow-mking appartu
Pygse of show bootneIwiait to Da o trums .clank.gether. Hence he Joseph R. MoCarthy (RWis.). aosuln dgovernm at the year-round hostelry. STC 6 -

Sents. But what he didn reae is trumps are divi edh der Wey WIs.i. eore Sen. Everett Ml ica n of At- may be thicker than water but l f
ines "e tarheat iet oa cmae Trhi n th oa di o ha ifromthe Senate Government operations Sp elected speaker pro d ut came f for Ben e A JOHN tASON Ly "e

tBeach 1t Q. Caso.aeaa hinntetkie aP operations Co uitte and theHis brother, Danny. ishakhtand Sen. Charles Potter me, E crete snow whenever i.
Gary came emegist Voice naet- steakad ebr who had the ace-whatever a t o'vestltln sub- I (h. were forced to drop the the temperature hits 32 degrees orw

S. I t ou come Ahe of diamondte When the fourth dia-rescott S. Bush (Conn. Tho- House members elected Cobb ed his water pistl under his jac-
htrg honeyIe ine thats the plaate." mad y s loo u h deiL. ar. ,o e. u Caso then C abandon- Government operations C orn- lower.

Ken Darby. s West looked doubtfully at the. te -e or.other assignment. srayere nd is simple to operate
a D Ad ..... re ..... t he iqu in ..s..a.s ...the to -tr .... Oth. r sohe a sed too lhyt o o v uitm n f oulter d r 1e=er graa d, T hs a of Danny , |u r HN
the back home ta inton, so ar aot eciv kenlooper (La.ucus John Marsha Although the new General A- a nd gasoline motors pumpEPE M
Joanne Rio and Liberace have i he oiased.al one panicky instant of plahyeing h eIsaddme r wesonte aprrbe atonoll ro ned f o mps er a rtem

.. Th ds h bee es, r have aeof losing. But then a ourde h an i sensors t ee. MlWelker.waukee, Fred Parker.) im
-publicizee. romance. Sheet askwitsefo whySouth would vote unanimously to. enlarge thbalteotsly through 14 lateral pipes,I ----I

Ltheira oes ad decided not a' al. acoveries during the past nine c n ommeo Comtee 163 feet long a
swers toscribes about the mar-olin d ly bad the ace. SurelySouth woaldtbe from 11 to 23 members for IsptoArded theronevailmble On -each"lateralhtherea rt

toiage question. irt platter in Senator Scott admy and take a tru 84ton Congrmmitteess w which attn verigns.
he sae or, at worst, hewould man Eugene D. M FLOTA MANTE RANOMB ANA S A
GLORIA BE HAVEN is bewil down the ace of spades in the said the action means all pointsI The other bill to be Introduced; The mixture is shot into the

dered over rumors that John e een. Thope obradcat dropping th diae king. if view will bthe represenceofthe
le r cd ar e a ntew issm oCt eiol naa, Ko the e o tet, aoos fmss anlsou ANNOUNCiS A NEW R ENTULAR LSEtRVI t EA
^ 'idies for the next w years. Claims'w senr fWest cae to th e r all I know abouteMo, if I paign plank. '; can be made fine or course de

ari ao great tobacco state and he be the ace of spades. And West played e
ives in using what the state pr- 'j low trump. East took the ace s w ai is'verse Its field later iftfederal aid' This machine can lay more than:
'-. Me .Or Le M ," .duces. Furthermore, he believes in sp adesnd led a club. West th.'name

inc mbeuin, tha e dramatic l oe Canno was e toe ctso- andIm tre ae eoreadministration supporters _.th the House and theMSenate' T hous',b .ohal arestu and 1

.. wallop than most tn n e film Cam rate from the speaker's rostrum ct poi han Ith ST REULAR SA
issayi:flora and fauna of Capitol Hll"have accomplished by direct play Eleven senators considered un-I No legislation was scheduled YP
flavorna boutoit.NDt's .adtcmentas-vrNorth Carolina. Andtbudha t After winning the first trick with isre elected or appointed to theswere made.rilo
spittoons, erout his four hgh diamonds,.dis-' They were: Senate Whip Lov- Stewart secretary of the SenateD
hisiown use, hut to send back to hcarti )is safeeif M.dia-IMarith(O) and eleced iheve n
SBut.that he didn't realize shopd trampa m are d vi .iereed .. DWiley reWi, ndoGeorge D th Sen. S. Everett Millican of At-" may be thicker than water.,but iio
i" 'thattith the normal diamond break. IWaen (Vt.), Frank Ceadrls'xon.lantawa, elected speaker pro 'duty came first for BennyParker, JON
Beach's L#tIn Q. Casino. a modern age in which Washington South gets by with three r.ounh-ds(Kan.). James H. Duff Wa.o. tcm. His brother, Danny. eight, slip so M 'R
,tljd n' oCv o h relA ih .a of diamonds. When the fourthdiaPrescott S. Bush (Conn.)Tho ou o ned his water p sstel under his jac -.
CClluve a lafit th ewd oa as o.fuchese (Calif.), George H.'County Rep. Harold Willngha "ket and took it to his grammar
o othe r e m inte s Be ct ahentes ad aa .whichoonen a emnder 10.'i, and Norris Cotton speaker pro terere-elected Joe; school recently. Benny is a"iem
. can ru n with the small trump as(N.H Boone. clerk andMario Tofs r beor ofthestudent coul mand--
tthe wir ,eiedl have rep aced the Atr in this cast), the toptrumps Wille others named to thepolicy of Quitman Country doorkeeper; grade ahead of Danny.
t(except. i spate ,n entor t 'then drop together; and if a do- t were Senate 'GO andsiorier Rep. Mi.rvinB a O ah o c
i4e, t o intac te P l wHet Se w fender has to r nffwith At OP tru m-p1'Leader Willam F. e nowland, of Terrell County me engrOre-e l c D
Sw, i me an the t icy Committee Chairman Both chamboraadoptedeso-fy pulled his gun for the first time

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LAST NIGHT'S GAME (At Panama) brook par Caas o Womack Tops American egon Sgo. t Pma Openi-the fe X t
Yankees 3, Smokers 2. A paade oi three pitchers thefan, e oa golf club st toUtosrnaena m Latin Amet- 1f-hoolM
G'A E 70 Aoe fetWsBk -bysegn"a.ced yte weekend with a 3-hole net a s is ready to go.. '
GHTS GAME (7:30) p nng with Reynolds who gave up icore of 132 to win the bea PreciTil t 7:30 am. ur
r era (Robinson 3-2) V8. Yankees (Harris -2) fouruns without yielding ahita =31ol a iinL oopl I iful slver trophy donated by daymop fl.thefirstdrive will
_Tackett ww o ended the scoring The El Panama Hotel-one" w t the Panama golfJ B
e the coring n ducted a weekly handicap tour- club, and before the sun sets to retd.
S y J. J. HARRISON JR. the Smokers went down one, two Later inthegameTackett was PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE big hit. to ice the game Bill nament with the winrs re. morrow night some 150 golfers :10
Laterein.Ttob igistheerame Canoe Rod'- huse r
Three In the eighth. lifted in favor of Gonzalez for STANDINGS Norris sti plied the winning ceaving free dinners at the Ho. will ave matched their ability R
Smokers and the C. V. Manager Al Kubst, batting for whom the West Bank boys had margin wit a bases loaded sin- tel over a Iong period. The against the 1o Panama 2 oS
tees aoe to Mount Hope ougtas, ld ofn the botomof as little respect as his predeces- Teams Won Lost gl that plated the third and weekly winners then met Sat. course in guest of pies ran g 10 A
b ednAt oaf i r s r a ffSl i n edat othee i gr sho nnt heam o u n d.pia s u uke1f up l t fa t
t a ntd Atlantic eide fans the e nhth and was outpitcher ors on the mound. It was ust Lucky Strike 1 0 fourth rtna of the inning. urday and Sunday in a 36-hole from $2,00 for the leading pro-
bave- not been attending to first. Graft lined tothe sec- one of those days for a good Womack Whisky 1 1 The winners added an nsur- medal pla tournament and e fesional to beautiful silver tro- o e. A
,~to at the Olympic Stadium ond baseman and Bud Hardin team, who had won their two American Legion 1 1 ance run in the fifth when Me- la Ossa sot an 85 on Satur- pies for the amateurs. 1r3 .M.a .ll
have the opportunity of see- singled to right center. Phillips previous games but couldn't get 7481st Signal / 0 1 Keown was nicked by a pitch day and came back with an layers Dorsey Neverg
,i1 ttee :arch enemies engage doubled to left scoring Hardin goin In this one. and went all the way to third on 83 on Sunday. His 18 handi a with handicaps rang- Pblo Moa.
Other at Mount Hope for and Phillips went to third when g Calahan leading off for Al- TONIGHT'S GAME Scott's attempted bunt single. ga83ve him nt 7 for18 handia ng from 24 to the to profes- 12:45 Antonio Cd
t .time this season. Game Austin threw the ball away a brook in the third laced a long Lucky Strike vs. 7461st Signal Pechette came through with is ay and a 65 for Sunday or a petnals in the game e covent-
bls R7:o30. third on the relay double to left center and started second hit to score McKeown winning score of 1 32. or petting in the annual event AIbal Macrn.
berto Robinson (3-2) will Albrook's scoring. Two runs were The Womack Distillers, behind with A Whiskeymen's fifth run. g I Moreno was in e which this year carries $7,500 in 1:00 Charles Harper
Bill Harris (4-2) and ifi With Dickens at the plate scored in this inning and Albrook the effective pitching of Louis Mguel Moreno Was in.se. prize money. The entire tourna- J. O'Donnel
ob five encounters between Clarence "The Bull" came in added two more in their half of Charles. scored theirnitial win The box score: ond lace, five strokes behind. ment is dedicated to the memory Bob Wat o
club is any criterion,h and it was e thenat Kubfifth for all their runs. West of the season last night at Bal- WOMACK rods o 77 82 of th latePresident of the Re- : Roerto DeV
asrs.should be treated took .the bl gamle in which Bank scored 4 in the first, 2 in boa Stadium with a 5 to 3 vie- Players AB R H wih an 11 handicap. public of Panama, Jose A. ,Re- Hermn Barrn
real battle royal as the the element of surprise was the second and 7 in the fifth. tory over the American Legion. W. McKeown, 2b 3 1 0 Other net scores were Fred mon, C.1 WO, rhB i
ttsodnandethe'Yanr eAci0L0nWerar 140 r, Warren Milligan P. Oiler.
aerstruggle to get back in 'the main feature. This game was witnessed by a charles got off to a shaky start Scott, .t 4 0 0 Ger art 146, Warren g .. Lo .
Sposition and the Yan.- lar e crowd of enthusiastic fans, in the first with a walk and a Pechette, If 3 1 2 143, Bob Torres 130, Do Dicker- Isthmian spectators were to Felice o '
all out to increase their Here was the situation. There including West Bank's number ;cng triple by Bob Rowley sac- Suisman, 3b 3 0 '1 son 154, Robby Robinson 145, be introduced to the profes- Henry
y respectable two and one- were two outs; the winning run one fan, the Commanding Of- L.o:-tln for the Legion's first Norris, s8 3 0 1 Roy Olickenhaus 142, Metrick slonals this afternoon at the 1-40 P.
gamne lead. on third. Dickens, the Yankees' ficer of the Rodman Naval Sta- allywit Rowley scoring later on Carlin, lb 3 0 1 Banks 144 and Bob Boyd 144. golf clinic, and were to have 2. Mame r
clean up hitter and the league's tion Capt. W. B. Ticker. a wild itch for the second runO Glud, e 2 1 0 The trophies and prizes will a hanmee to meet them person- A. Palmer. ..
e Yankees defeated the home run and RBI leader was Tomorrow's games include the of the inning. Charles got Pa- Olavelli, rf 3 1 0 be awarded Wednesday evening ally durin the National Ds- 1:50 Pedro a : d
r o last night at the St at bat. big one at Curundu between the blo galas on a third strike to end Charles. p 1 1 0 during the National Distillers tillers cocktall party. '.
3 to 2 in another o the Dickens bunted a on the first defending champions CurunduI the inning, leaving two base run- cocktail party In e clubhouse
that has become the or- pitch and Phillips was off and and the fighting team from the, ners stranded and then settled AMERICAN LEGION following the Paul Hahn show Paul Hahn, the famed trick Raul Lede.
the day b between the running. The ball roled toward West Bank. Bob Taht has -an-I down the rest of the way, only Martine, 2b 3 1 1 and the golf clinic. shot player, was to get the tour-
thfCams. lthe third base line and the as-o nounced that Johnny Bateman running into trouble in the Rowley, c 4 1 2 namentoff to a riotous start this
o tthful Charley Douglas, tonished Churn hesitated one is his choice for the starting as- seventh when he allowed one Vol, ctf 4 0 0 A afternoon, but things will settle |
cked up his third win and was briefinstant, lunged to his right signment. run on two hits. Salas, B., as 4 0 0 Anoher lOS o down tomorrow when the tour-I
ed for a inchhlttter in the and fielded the ball. There was Charles gave up 5 hits, walked Halman, p 2 0 0 V nament turps to the serious side. .
iltl Vic Stryska finished the no chance of nipping the speed- Little League builds sound 5 and struck out 41 to even his Pete Salas, 3b 2 0 2 The flrt group of professionals
eor the Yankees. p ing Phillips at the plate and minds and bodies for better citi- record at 1 win and 1 loss. Pablo Salas, lb 2 0 0 SMOKERS G. Cummin from Canada, Like a...
r Harry Pritts was the Churn, somewhat off balance zens. Support your Little Leagu- Jerry ialman pitched acl th- Horbelt, Itf 1 0 0 Players ab r h 0 a Johnny Ba from the United two ways *I,0l& r i
Clarence "The Bull" Churn fired to first, too late, and the ers. way for t.e Legionairel giving Dansby, rf 2 0 0 Naragon, c 4 0 1 7 1 States, and Bob Fretland from nament% an g t Mth
ed in the elshthfrPme with ankees were ahead 3 to 2. -- up his first hit in the fourth but Woodruff, rf 1, 1 0 Bernard, 2b 4 0 0 5 1 Braos Brook will start the wrong.
r uts and a runner on third. The squeeze had worked. gEot into trouble in the fifth when -- Austin.as4 0 0 1 4 parade of pros at noon. They will The 1i
full advantage of Mil- Stryska retired the last three PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE ne~had difficulty with his con- Seore by Inlin Parris 3b 4 1 0 2 be followed by Oonsalo Saenz, name
f's infield hit, CIvde smoker batters in order in the Standing of Teams trot. The Whinkeymen put to- W. Distillers 000 : 1-5 5 1 Tumine11i, If 4 0 2 9 0 rankt amateur from ColomUla
error of Bud Hard's top of the ninth and another gther walks, an error and 2 A. Legion 200 000 1-3 5 1 Osorlo, E., lb 1 1Heran Polo from Guatemalaand
er and Oil Dickens' single thrill-packed ball game had W L Pet. Robertsrf 4 0 0 2 0. and Cartos Rodrigmu the formerly oe
ft. the Yankees were .f to come to a climactic ending. Spur Cola 2 0 1.000 "Pow"'c 2 1 3 0: Paiama -caddy who is now the
r,t In the first Inng. The fans were still talking a- Police 2 0 1.000 T Pritt, 3 0 0 0 1. pro at the Puerto Armuelle tons
arrots the te. bout it today. Seymour Agencies 1 1 .500 1. *t 11 .r p u p 0 0 0 0 0 course. 'hbe rr-n-,S
|t St, tah Smolar Lincoln Life 1 1 500 k of.- .theoe
av a ble inning In the Gibraltar Life 1 2 .333 Totals 32 Z 24 10 Dorsey Nevergall, the Dodge- d staaoe the t*.
irt when pasled off with Elks 1414 0 3 .000 Eyl W n 1 Plymouth dealer from Lima, 0- -
lyvto second and Par-S --I -e r sff, 2 4a 1 1 4 afu dnh. that Inc
WEd cl 1asy Basketball WiGas f,2b b i h9adayftnon.Hepled )
and David Roberts hit a I Hardin, s 4 a1 1 4 21 .
ball to Diokesinl ust Perky Parker of lncoln Life p, 4 1 1 4 0.stW.40.
map it looked-M though Dickh r __ pitched the first shut out of the NEW YORK, Jan. 12 (UP) But Wichita, ranked 1fth ths if' 4 0 2 2 1! came hoe in 34 for a one Wn .
had made the catch. he ball season when he blanked the Walloping victories by 20-points- tonally, visited the Agles le, Slb 3 4 0 2 7 1 der par 1. G oodipan, the pc
ted .nd Parris, who had Official sources today is* Elks 3-0. Parker pitched a mas- plus kept North Carolina State suffered a 69-trouncing.e 3 0v 1 1 1 of Ft. Amador, fired as even par S M j -l..
,tairing uno. cored. Timl- closed that horse racing will terful game walking none and and Southern Methodist rolling I was onl the second loss Krop, c 4 0 0 36 on the front nine but went ati.. ,-5
"broke for third but by that be resumed at the Juan Fran. allowing one scratch hit. In fact in high gear today, but Wichita 11 ames for Wichita but it Duek, 2 0 0 6 one over on the back for a t7L fOnl"
Dinklns bad recovered th co race track this weekend, only one opponent reached the was la ted out of the lead in evened the Schockers' League Kusi p 1 0 0 0 0 The tournament i a wide openi j e-e m, .
d Joe wa the forced tor the There were no races over fir-t sack safely. the Missouri Valley Conference record at 1-1 and left St. Loui Strys 0 0 0 affair among the pros. However
t into slx-to-fobr- the past weekend because Of In the third, Tommy Bright by the defending champion (1-0) alone in first place. The 0 0 0 0 0 the top favorite to win the $2,000 ls d n
os rubet lay as the the Re blie's state of mourn- had his scratch hit and in e Oklahoma Aggies. result caught the experts by sur- first prizemoney is Don Roberto Please do not walk o
ended wi. th" ing following the Jan. 2 as- sixth the same Tommy Bright rise, for the Aggies supposed Kubskrolled 31 3 8(Lucky Strike) De Vicenzo from en o aa
y enes ws oination of beloved Presi- reached first on the only error North Carolina State outshotly washed up a two-year reign in eighth. out for Douglas the Arge unner-up to am greens. Please wlk round the
tetop ofthe seventh aftor dent Jose Antonio Remon at of the ball game. record-smashing Furman, 105-9, in the Missouri Valley went . Snead in 1954. S and runner-ad is unable greens.
t ad struck out, Pseven theaame track. Parker's mound opponent also to strengthen its national rank-ntothe game with 4-7 over- core nnSnead i1954. Sneads unable,
berto adefstruckand moved to The racing enclosure, which hurled creditable ball, permitting ing: And Southern Methodist a.11 recordth a r core by Innings o defend his title, but the Silence. Please be quiet when
bled toumin l eft and moved tout had been closed while inves- only three hits, but the only two romped over Texas A&M, 93-60, S moker 000100 100-2 S United States is well represent- a player i linin u a h
s on Tumineo's infield out, atig orssearched for clues, bases on balls in the game got to push its Southwest Confer- Arch-rival North Carolina Yankees 100 000 02x-3 8 1 ed. The secret of gof I conen
scomingle to screond thNa a Openedyesterday after. the rival chucker in trouble in ence record to 3-0. moved into second place in the A . rnold (Chesterfield) Palmer, traction. Whispers can be herd
her's single to left and the w s opened yeary ain the third when the two free moved into second place in the Summary Runs batted in: the current amateur champion and distract the players-
ke were in front 2 to 1. noon and horses are agI thew basehits, sent A.C.C. with a 4-1 record by Dickens, 2, Roberts, Naragon, of the United States who recent- ameras. The est thin o
Yankees failed to score in going through their sual tickets plus two basehts sent gave II whipping Virginia, 96-87. Buzz Plips. Earned runs: Yakees 2, ly joined the pro ranks, a new-do is leave your camera thin t
half'of the seventh and workouts on the main track. Bright down to defeat and gave R Wilkinson of Virginia, the Smokers2oepro ranks, a n do Is leave you cai th
half ofthe seventh and wor ts on the ain tra. the victory to Parker.f e 1 k ea n of Virgin, tha 3 mo ker s 2. Left on_ bases: Yan- comer to the 1955 tournament is clubhouse, If you watt pictures,
In the strikeout column, Park- league's leading scorer, had 33 e es7, Smok ra 5. Two base-hits: adpng the favorites to sto De visit the pract Dees where
Ser sent 10 batters back to the oints but Lennie Rosenbluth Parrls, P Philips. Stolen Vicenso's bid for is third Pan- the pros will be practicing. Do s
Sstlonbal League Lrsts 0battert bHeights back to thershirdIN-
tioe Ls bench, and Bright set down 8. Hn h lg ht had 32 and Tony Radovich 30 for bases: Ifraon. Struckout by am, Open title.
nal L eague Lists bench, and Bright set down 8. North Carolina. Douglas 3, Pritt 5, Churn 1.ama Open title ta t s d h
ELKS 1414 Behind Southern Methodist, P ota :Dou 2,1 Pete (EI8O) Cooper, Charley nothing a golfer t more
m eS "-,,ab r h e Texas Christian moved into see- Douglas 2r ,its i rn:kp(PanAmexanc erhandta ng
record 250 N ite G am es rs d place in the southwest Con- nings; Prtts 3 runs.:hitsIn finished among the top five In er o
Hern, rf 3 0 0. 0- By Walter C. Watson ference at 2-0 by beating Texas, run 6 s 8 l Sk (anaA) Alexand have all a or the lin of
Stoudner, 2b 3 0 0 0 -2/3 innings. Error: Smokers 2 past Panama Opensrand have Th2 above u p aestiona are toe
Pajak, s 2 0 0 0 Al Kubski proved again last 4- (Paris, Austin) Yankees 1 strong followings among the help you and t players en-
(usBleskley, lb 2 0 0 n igh tha he alt N a (Douglas. Losing pitcher:r ttP .i..an.Lu osa
ynn a "1 01 (3-2ha. Winning Ppitcher: aou sh Isthmian fans. Lou Wor e1 theo 9 5 .Panama Open G
-at O 50night kee at Chicago for double bills. Corrigan, c 2 0 0 0 o-teIthmn ham o ping local rival Canisu, 68-64, nard. E. Oorio; Hardin, Maro- Distillers) Snow, Bob (Machate- =O
B i s inas 5 amo D re 2 0 rick as and aoenl Cut hia-t w s d C) A ino Toeu m raAIMOent 1
'tday Aft er the 56 St Louis night ri ,p 2 0 0 0 thIsmia championship at Buffalo, N.Y. Niagara, ranked lewaki; Naragon, Bernard U-' o) W ea n ( iz
Afe tardheIsa l soSgamesne Loiingtb hp1 Withh the winning run on 13th nationally, and Canisus, iu Wlliam Hinds, Parch BarrWon, and Felce (Panama CI
mar by scheduling ing was by Philadelphia with t f 04. third base and wo men out in winner of the recent Queen City ment. Time of game 1:54. arrettes are tournament
7 h '77 2f0 e games after Cincinnati scheduled 38 night Totals 20 0 1 0 the bottom of the eighth, he Turnameht, ere tied at 64-64 p o r rees)Toat oument
30, Pittsburgh 28, and New York vs. LINCOLN LIFE Dickens, lay 4wn one of the McConnell turned the tide for e them out of anyn w tournament? oK
scheduled record 20. The Cubs, still the only ma- prettiest squeeze plays ever Niagara, scoring with a jump ePorky (N-tation--al Brewery) -
Leaue was 239 Jor league team without lights, Beck ,2b 1 0 0 0 seen. Churn, who had relieved shot from 10 feet out to break sver the fat man s a re u
while" the d a k d Bek, 2 1 0 0 Harry Pritts, was on the ball the tie and sinking two free Io & Swma nhot favorite to upset the apple-
d wisle the ofeeres. slte o eekr day1 0 0 like a cat and fielded it clean- throws seconds ller to clinch theia fdtd clamen ttwBs s dE sea t ci U
nu 1952. However. Week day afternoon baseball ngelke, as 3 0 1 0 ly but he had no chance what- game. Ed Fleming had 23 'oInts holes y ter amin An he ltimor 2e ()le-
.o r owsced erln ed in Et. Louis will be a Aenuine od- Parker, p 2 0 1 0 soever to get either runner, and Hank Nowak and Johnny Roberto de Vicenuo-.sponsored that he is ready. He hit several uTh Baltimore Ori.0esnd.o e
Ds o nements dity. Except for the April 14 Dubos, 2 0 1 0 McCarthy 20 each for Canisius. by Lucky Strike, favored to win. shots on each he and did notduty manm sas
'otal a ght Sn. opener with Milwaukee, the Crook. lb 2 0 0 1 The fans have noticed that Charley Harper-Panama In- keed more, but those playg m er f aulRt I ard-~ s l
liee '0 Last year Cardinals will play only two oth- Bassett, c 1 0 0 Johnny Kropf, star centerfield- In other leading games last surance-always a threat. with him said that he expernca n nadi e t bee as
e 250 i ht games er week day afternoon games all Ward, cf 1 0 0 0 er of the Yankees, is not switch night: St. Louis set a school scor-f Porky Oliver-National Brewe- ed no trouble with the course or front office b ase j_
same as season. Both are getaway day Bowmnan-rf. 1 0 0 0 hitting recently. Johnny was ing record in beating Drake, 102- ry, newcomer to Panama Open. the greens and game was o pfacte ay
eduled totaL games. May 13 on day against Bradishaw, If 1 0 0 0 ordered to hit as a right wander 82, in a non-league game despite Herman Barron-Pfizer Pro- very sharp. bel
opens earlier than t hea Giants and Sept. 15 on Jordan, f. 1 1 0 al duttr h eltse n in point by Drake sWillie8Cerf dutsaohr newcmer. S-e Snow enters the field it Io3nhrs
year on April 11 when Thursday against the Dodgers. Jord_,f.- the Stte and feels th pat se ohe Nrask ps ey Kansas Stateie Fer iceo nerm-er.am Cg- fsmkla g som e 'r nto
.has it traditional There will be no night ame Totals 3 3 i can help the Yankees mA e ore hit 9-59 to b e state for second rrette runerup in 1953 US Pro esh ee tlagwntes' e tdnra n beS tmal s
M Cubitae ret wit the opseveral thtclub eaer. i tme t ting from that side. place in thntB Be tDi. TotGl--s oa dta er h neeme lad O ar.a o Paaa enhesote ari B1eee DcrPoftsoitoeorentMadostudy
bs retof the e aht opbser but cold Alne The Fa y He has a little more power Hemric's 29 points enabled Wakes Antonio Cerda-B. V. D. Shirts h amte champion i nto the thick of the "t
,day on prl 12 with w e made the turnouts f The hitting left handed but hits Forest to hand 8e its see- -winner of the Barranquila O- probably be founa among d- Richards, who some. bal
day lynp12 Newit we a nithermade te ornOts the ball more consistently right and loss in 11 games, 71-63: Mal last month. endingchamplon Johnny Mac- nmen felt might Smeld
H a '-. klSt. LoNes arin than ta the op g coon e-. handed. Ha t played a whole Duffy's 22 points paced St. Bone Bob Watson-Macheteros -re- edMurray, ui amatettc h amp.ong men- fellh r 1
ad Cincnnati ast For thehe 18 games scheduled Golfle g Gosst Fr-om The season in the States asa right venture to a 9-54 win over Iow'a turng ther crack at Henry Russell from Meb, Jal- says theOe
R world champion 77 for each team at home, there .Amador Ladles handed hitter he felt awkward College; soph Jimmy Brown title. me or oe-Asalo Sete from Co- Diicon c o n n
thr opener on are '05 -a"nht games, 143 _un- In last week's tournament, trying to bat from the other scored 26 to lead Syracuse to a Arnold Palmer-Chesterfield- lombia, Panama Vice-President m e formlroxin manbgu
thf gers whle ,dv ,,,mes includingn numerous woods were used only as many side and saked Al Kubski for 91-85 win over Pittsjuruh; Con- ,,retimateur champion of the Rlardo Arias, Dorsey Nevergall- has been a l
is at Pttsburg scheduled double headers. 23 tImes as the partipants had permission to meet all pitchers necticut beat Boston U., 84-704nr't, stajtes. Ja .med ofeParaa een itm
aukee at St. Louis in holiday games. elht opening handicap strokes. This didn 't from the right side. Of course, Duok Ipt e C2 l eto in 13 anm iPe op -lao Products- Possible upsetters among the e;o,. our fef.se looks bet-
lamgm close en Sept. 25d games af d onath roughgo golfers, and sme low Al gave him the green light. Westminster defeatmn et Vim-. ad ..a A.o. M ony nu or D ha our pitching hasn't
a week earlier than Saturday. scores were turned In. Congratulations to Carl Pow- na 2- be readyh year. Goodman from the Canal Zone. "If dsme of the ,,
I Ac lub by club breakdown on The winners were: ... is and Anatole Coma. on their F.l-ia-8 Luad Brief opening,_day ceremonies "m thrnuwh"
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a tnree oig utna the schedule:,will,,e-,e, brtdyhe -yumber.--e
S ouers, Gant. Dodger-- night games,. 17 Gross 80 Carl sh Oo whin her dowl be onet be hedld ttCeonubrne --d'' n-,,
eDodgesg ant .arf6 N -putting good wood on the ball shot to win hor.tra
t~o, but the Cardi- da ,fourhldy28wenow and in the stretch drive S -Owhdhy I the
not We 9 Q Anlants-0 night. 1,Sunday, Sylva Corpenter i- Ntn will undoubtedly be o great
Lb. ar 01 holiday 37 week day. Gross 80. help to the smokers. Wees t
S t.. P hls- nlght 20 Bun"day Marion Tubbs Net 71 Atole (Pan quido) theto report
.e--- two lbdoB lt Vek day-. Gross 92. ball retriever of the Pr o League s fift e lnt It b& read. IdI) at T A xa
..ra iPt%- n Stht M.nday. Sylva C p r came aIn with since its be inning and bat boy Amate te vr dollar and fttFn piaa. &D
two .1 week day. a low of but and ge handyman of the d -o r'u 1 Ti 's a tinltr lB A
et E 18 c Sunday. had a won a V. ball club is one of the u S aturday-Two dollars. -Third the gbtooh aol n.
ali.-- day. ballswe Ru=- pRe0rmaeMMt fixtures at the ith as room&
IS8 week day. 81 putts.He traveled to Puerto Rice s1 e. Ube
i- MB?--N flght' 2 Sunday' B eilab M ly who Ol cple Stadium. I I..e) o dollars. FJ IM .|. "B
Li1s dAyi tou t isn't 'for the Caribbean Series twice. l
i ew w for Ladie th with. the Carta Vieja hall club s L A'._ _Il_- t __am ".
ad 1" a^ 1 Age. beesuse of bl Claims 34 u his correct agiboa$ in -gwt es .lbo
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SAfter Graff finished h m two. ng to ~ur .' t O uld
stint In the Army, hae re. be
r in 1954 to New Orleans, With the ai credit to a veteran. By STEVE 8NIDER The Balboa Men's Bowling league will be at thbAil
e Class AA.'Sthrn As- With thed of three twin- League, Senior Bowling League den on Saturday, Jan..
olatt^on an batted .265. He wai r1' ht v tw neverKed NEW YORK, Jan. 12 (UP) on" the Isthmus, resumed its ac- member of the league and
mostly year a a utility anupriin and with N Joe DMaglo s the best bet to tivities on January 6th after a statutes are urged to con
.player. "se frm ~= fe- aad Ing, out a homer to make it Into baseball's IhlI of two week layoff. secretary in regards to the
h kee Puma ninHe. Fame this winter and chancesI Either too much Christmas or .
As cbnve, be observed from the aepe arhe won't go in a too mch New Year celebrations The outcome of lat W
ave, G has moved up in andecompletemas Ted Lyon, D Vance anshowed n lowered scores the day's scoring:
n lticato ontain U u tl e Wri tched edita Gabby Hartett a ran strong lading teams bowed to the trail- 2 the pot
si .rin tart"d 1, a i s, tyester- races in ljt year' beating by er. On alleys 7 and 8 the Tecon the Termite gave the .
h a years old, ehe coualdt yust wasn't his daoin. etoran baseball writers, ndicat- ders too the first pla no piece and no pant
have a rosy future ahead. with two for three, led g anyone or all three may Termites to town to a tune of points went to the Terat
SAlthough his record with New t a r red l o t to I Welch led the builders by a they knockedout
Orleans has been only mediocre, tohteamstwith the stick, g o henorquired toheal of score of 549 but none of the HIlh for the To en wit
nIms^^ ^ i n J ^ t Mtat be remembered that he Today, at Fatlch P. b honored the ,l l others managed to break into Coffey's 32 and Ul GunaW.
layed iMn a tough AA loops and caws and aloma will face the 500 series. One blind held For the Panthers, Doe And
ii return ato s club pshe The Birds willbe o Bt this for ne electionnobody back the Contractors Hill boy 484 and stele Frankel's
s when rethe IsclubItoNtrytoclimt b out of the cellar ever forecast op the nose and b ot en to preve tem were tops.
Swhen _the rtn4 ews but notenough to prevent them w o
anno.und recently) that the and, with their ls1ttem-coming a -it even tougher ately since-the taking -over .eague le.ders. Os .
f e of then team had a-round as they have been the rules have been cbi t t For the losers only u n aleys ce & 4. The

Sret Pited him on Pirates Na. omas a Barnes dog the exceptions those who ha et 5 gota heir new V-8 In action r anr, fo t ea w
Graf0n shouldcbea cin ch. y a score of 491 and 494 respec-00
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SLIDING OM Milton Ortff, whose lightning speed makes him a constant threat on the Leaue club, if he con- catching d 100 or more votes In previous by overcoming Banks' Deuces mani temat
w ". -: -a tMnues to miprove he stands a L' Hal of Fame elections. That to 1. The latter being handlcap- trou wta41. F"
baepaths, home Safely in a game with the Sodamen recently. Opposing players take good chance of ong up. The box score: I akes DMago libl evenped by two blinds but even t R
o chances w et n. Te nw tat e spp meanGrfftolsdthe tervaewer tt ougn he played until 951and JO pin oss would not have over- weigh with
he played, short p In his first keeps Lyons on the list even o thie sueedin Chevrolets H ei t
a keystone combination that h two seasons, second base with Playersn, ab thoa h he coached at Brooklyn Albritton got into hgh gear for espec
^made t^he fans at their Charleston and at New Orleans l- 2 4 o h eda the motor car tt with a rouo no t nt h th garfo
fast e and spenu. ar tIn- he was used at several pos n to ns ,vt b, 0 1 o Each voter can list 10 names Ing 562 while gunkel had to be ol5i ound the ..
Ss p w in the infield. He does not know a n, 3 01 4 and any name that apear on contend with a 400. None of the win from the Buckeye.s
where1h1willbe4used.ateBatem, 0 0C 0 3175o
Althouhf u where he will be used at Neo w Nufe, lb 4 1 1 12 0 75 per cent of the baots I e- Deuces boys could repch the 500 for the Lucky ,, ve were
Mi^ Althonuh of sleriouscnn, ten- Orleans this year, but voiced d a Cro, fo k Lr 0B elected ..................... r mark. Banks being closest wlth I. ,o w .
M a,0determination0to0hold0dow It's merely ,question of 492. and onhis favorite alleys at resctil. F ,
MaeG ras wasfounatuteav er orregulIar Mea r k I time before DiMag, one of the that.
wr soa L boa ,oresp the in v the Pros 0 grea Yankees, makes it.e th Onalleys 11 and 12. the Sears O th'e 7 Set

has been in organsed atball sincs a dr o w P G ,i three-0oi0t wte. aeh hhs n h c M ere Ed Schirmert's8
1949 anhspont utoyea in th e vis ewerIsheinterviewer doesenblies not-k, vs fu thenbyebly v14vote. a es tAcescongregation go t rowne th

1953. sa l one t tpetitivequallt te o o 0 t th h Dickey and Bill Tery fe The beer boys, i stea a of beid

Stbwn of the now defunct Class help hbim to report toraing e 1 0 0 0 0 eating hemake It n ie. Granata was to man with 558.3 THE LEAGU TADIN
nere- discovered .h s o. n w ith t ra .3 He c fe ss t h t e S h as found W ebbeS, bc 2 0 0 1 too. right-handed pithe r. old the to tal9 p in nnaal b y o ly tin
o veen 4to he C Western htof any but has t'same netr Hall, f 2 0 0 0 standd nearly always had wi g Br the second hha 3 to In ed eSa
beIe"an i.nt d byallr^sinte viewer Is. om Intheseb &eiefs "8vsFV M n, Lyons with clubs that usually 'ele. Klumpp manrfted to rune ea-.
sn 1951hUncle. wasrom2 d by the fanthrowers. iimoned.frte usd -up-aWserieswhilenebaker

Graf fee t,1har hea n. ohad eiany f 6heu T. .unningham, r u 3b 2 0 1 0 2 allowed deep in the second ds ta ned mup w u it 3, gkam aS

Chin 191 hC^as "A" Sa o1 Gra' 5's not make too 4 21, 13 D1Ms and lyons automatical- TEAM STA?4IfL8Nw Buckeyes
inZ, ais a real lively one, and is sigure at o at thea s top ballot T series For the loser 5 uBates

Wn 0 the oshiof iuo and Ccks seem lto come from a hit- Oele, rotf 101 00 01 icating hel Gabby Hartnett, Hank Chevrolet 24 w3 71 the

ws interrupted on e ab t ter om la rger si ze. ua s 000 000 ed.Max Carey sd oh eces
Times. Webazzled 'emnform20 yeas Balboa Beer 15 33 776
MiddleAtatdcLeage & m_____ 2 0 0 6 1 to. AT a t fight hnded pitcher, aoldrs
He confesses hat he has foundbase hits: Reynolds. the total pin fall by onIs
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S Sanders of CLA Coach ofidene t ar in nn 4 ht of n r l n the bases he acThetdll f the tems, layer a
o ta i m nd Te unnin sam 3bso- .0 1 0 2ll, i a o e i d n i lter aan imr 150 150 150 450 t then of
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button-la tesnl .. o oel teb.u t-. ofre:uent base eorebyInn gs "0 which this year will h include Daz- ,,ars Aces 1% 78, e17
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erbatted n: Nuil, Sanders. o-er basan lets loose a throw to nip a runner pangsbe 954, but ew ears y gave us a really bad b

pcnture (' Sanders oCeaned. r .1 te Y I 7n hits off S ander and If he lsoel more the ba 7seseaca mallt g directly to the akQSO: a
at first. A elder, with a strong and accurate throwing ar "..pacific coast Conerence which has lost seven out oe s: strikeout ea ts that wer ethe tcsd at Blb0

eight, to BBTen teams in thei Rose Bowl, Is not likely to face an & Tbb, make it Hnil some other com Alle2 9 & :Deuees v ey rete, It Is dead. Tus
rt is the o the Yankees field ad a favorite of Pro ed uon the 15ame at tt h Chevr 2 1" 7
f at tehomeer hitter fd an ,

Swin the championship next season, but will be barred r the Walr ad a home lter extra. Blind 133 133 133 34 bn ct Dafuae

freqluent base knocks and bases on balls. Yose Bowl. i 7 ,I r tomin4 within two t Turner 174 168 136 478 where wss oe betorb that? .h.eaul
ol e footbalure,even od d. sMthaUn noter,-ab.-lenerao .. ...'| *be ath' "ou possible" dree- Blind 150 15te150 450 Gyorle Beak r d5 0- W
and their lat ste iso acb tWio ..(1-0).. Losing Pitcher:.Will 0- But somehow he moved like- aWickham7. 81 21

d Note ; coa el4 bt or haslno t sn hp t or W e bc e tk Bto th L e n ge r s nto u e e Di az. d r f o u e tips a n d or a lbrel onk 1872 15 18 9625 ar .I C o40 L t eto o:
trNACINGl b .6N rMilton Graie, C. V. Yarkees leadoff "The various conlerence rMulations which bor two cOnsecr M 3). Umpires: Mohi, il.Time: cat un tis mandrarely Welch 168 122 165 447:
w tive appearaw i n any bowl g mes produced some unnatural 1:30. muffed one.r en Luttenbergeros 170 10 156 47 e the bls
tter and seco baseman, lets loose a throw to nip ruier pairing before 1954, but New yea e ay gave us ma really bade bgb hasbeen losing ..t _l
BI a 5 NEo -o .th .. e a thicture,"rTSandersropened...hound and If he l more Wr1S5 715 "7s0 24g U mist Oey1 s ame .
at first. A sck.felder, with strobeb and accurate throwin g arm, cte Sacificcsast. Conferees year. may be e r

?T hePacifiCoastCofren, Firw hoi chPlaton Footba seven otfths yeah it m AayeH Ser Acs v.ev
the s of the ank field and a favorite ofPro eight, to Ten teams in the Rose Bl, I not likely t face anmae it sme other om- Alley 10: De s
IttleMx Mse e. adtI., ,, ,dr o. i atImproedn o tuatioun n ruthe ame at asaen a.our e-pltoon a.- e Tte uts nhn tI. But 134gh- 1 i 4C evrolet .
ae fa An idel leadoff man, he gets on bse often with fo ich lost to Ohio State last New Year's is going to ocketsHenry wasa sef-ndi Trwin 137 1 139 430

td"Of ourse, even our beit have not been able to beat those Sbe Ruth's "tiposble" roe- Blind 150 15' 15045 e er.
editor's Note: gr *Ai re ter, has not shown respect for Western Conference teams. But the longtelrmI nterconference Ord ofh1pIn one $e m. Banks 173 151 168 492 in
LeaUe ubli C Berp-itchers-righthanders or lefties pacts are not to my likin h" reytwasear .poredpble4ut
uaro Nues nte wd V e has connected solid base hits A bowl game should match the best against the best. It stealer, the NatonalLeague's 767 726 e '
bunkees ae-oft handed ht- Grff all typ of pitching I n should be exclusively or champions no for No. 2 teams like es of mod times. Max led
ton Gra a hi iel, doubt of this, then ask outhpaw Nebraska, which went Into the Ora nge Bowl with fl qur defeats. e f a Q. I Ce Ltteu of
o G I t t s p platoon system, the playerha to work extra a rd on the things The foAlbritton 167 202 193 --
translated by J. J. Harrison, ibert Clarke of the Sodtaen "As you know, an u Thble athed recordused tohe be oya tal f 738 in hs major league Plletsky 138 145 168 5 r. -

Jr. of Theanam Ameeat and Harry Pritts of the Smokers. for a bowl invita on. NowIf a team has lost only one gam, t he o M L i t
foow profeena with bids even beubtton regulations. They career and set an am m ark Voss 142 152 140 t
and is an excellent base runner, scheduled condition. I y NAT H LMAN in 1922 or bein thrown out on- Thompson 118 131 130
y NAR N Z He s a constant threat on the have read with keen ipa interest how ear the oys are tou written for NA Serviceaks veteran Kansas Isthlan Bowlers.
i t h pla re-entry in the P four minutes of the secow indifferent Roush as ttero sa The tournament s to be held
me theatre hear Inloclourthe kids actually' get tt out. But otherwie the rule look shins that hav happened to abouldn't beJohn Par, thicken legg, t t Diab Height Bowling1

tufi eld to stand. The notion that we have got to tinker in my basketball areer. -11 phomore. Center ad to afrd very b -
ers who has become most popu- ling type of ball player who Red Firm for One-Platoon Football spanbfor the1edsnhenevearBAesoI1Bears
n the Pro Lea this the vry yar fantastic."makeshis breaks and then ca occurred 35 yars n if hi fundamental opportalty to get

-SW .. -pIanis ong l Re'h Sem.le WnNeed Sprin Practice Sthn-. ov i r-o-e i f span h e hiat .35-en- a 2e n a M Elroy 161 168 136 4651
t^ eAwtoal duatinn ioetutioe t ann f r we cannot c the cntr on s ri i
Defesivly,- Ga~lhas lso ootall" h sai. ~ '~ n sron fo oneplaoon U).. 'The thee'sthelat H e ~chcke 13 14 18 45

gW beS fl, &eS bO ecomit nWeaca yabnata
SO rmtice. He Spig tRwas Ino toe beief tog t of becoming a coM Wmb we de it as good as The al will be openfbe may
e b W w w o s edast n ference would fishtf the drive. Somebody-it has been so that which is naturally iber- from 7 to 10 Yp. eah S
s u b.. s a ,in Irf t t
"k Tup. Y am 0 pollngle-wing football" Red ex- now I just forget wbo-e. ot Parker is a boy who cau nd teas o andt wh
Iau0Als -fi .mo e Au *se planned. we aanoring drills, we would haveto shiftto after a taff spe"la gt alte the flame of an entire srn to get .li
S, w 44 I lbly he s T. the t. College of New YeIo. PIt gout iartifeial timula- the all. s a r to ake.e .
s- tempt to get a single-wng team ready for I wan give ine r eoimeadatios I.n. The opportunity to play of them during WI time.
"M Aeu i I days would be much too rough. To learn the upon .m graduatl a frem Sava d.., win is enough stimulus --- M I I-
", ,* I Ii fan materW the footwork ofne-wing play and I otalned the Job at City for "him. Bowling was a Httle better In IS -
S '1 as Soccer ease). the 18th week o the Pacific
Si s *T lot alner. Th1t Ios IA appeaL While ngtiI thl, I played for C nopolltan M Lea at
give'O tanteOrgt _le Ce sce.Pol athe Diablo Alleys. Te rmites
Se"'1 -. InI toI s of.mas as a a contua their drive with a ,
toIUma., -and I- wwa sa$ow Ced 'l Ithree-poift victory from the
V-- @am& to Me "na.b ad athatamo ne Panther$. hA iMrSmoved
in* l *Tpd Memnry is Wth up into second place wiaa
.4 0113 aan "ouI three-point d tory D om theh
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am a oftlaad fmor. Grand Main. // din"e, at it
tstr dnI I e M the ." were: NIUO g 3bs
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es PC


iA busy schedule faces mem-
% of the board of directors of
;lPanamif Canal Co. attend-
he quarterly meeting of the
d which will be convened in
boardad room of the Admin-
tton Building at Balboa
hts with chairman George
erick presiding.
eluded among board mem-
attending the January
tng on the Isthmus this
bkk will be two former govern-
Sof the Panam Canal. for-
r 0ov. Julian L. Schley and
ier Gov. Olen E. Edgerton.
erton is making his first
ck to the Isthmus since
completed his term of office
governor of the PanamA Ca-
1944. Schley, who was
executive for the Panama
Srom 1932 to 1936, has
the Canal Zone several
in the past few years.
U visiting company officials
Gov. John S. Seybold will
informally with the mem-
SOf the local working press
It.n adjournment of the
rd's Thursday afternoon ses-
, members will go in a group
e tomb of President Jos
ml Remn where a wreath
VI laced In memory of the
SPresident of the Republic

1Ctompany officials who arrlv-
S-by plane Tuesday were Army
hrpetary Robert T. Stevens, a
,0bekholder of the PanamA Ca-
Do.; Robert P. Burroughs of
-ester' N.H.. recently ap-
d to the board to succeed
I R. Bendetsen; Edgerton
Theodore H. Kaenner.
I ng Wednesday on the
iA Line were Roderick. as-
Ariny Secretary, John
rn, Howard C. petersen,
rules 8. Hood.



Ste explaining ,In
terms the rights and
t available to Federal
n eimpuuj who are in-
under the provisions of a
up Insurance Policy pur-
rently by the U.8. Civil
a ni CO si, wAs -ssued
weekto insured U.S. rate
along with their reg-
e fl to summarized
rt visions of the
Iup olicy, fo the employee's
nation. No policies are be-
Sisu e d, it was explained.
this is a group policy and
e*rights and benefits are de-
uent upon the facts in the
ivdual case. .
"The certifca tes further ex-
ned the insurance plan. its
f ts, conditions of payment
Benefits, method of filing a
M. the method of converting
so individual policy and life
ae after retirement.
ce the certificate is a valu-
paper, employes were ad-
to keep it in a safe place
that in event of death the
orwould ot overlook any
a be efits which may

SSintf Correspondent
" passes the new military
U*program proposed by the
0.1t, every able boded
m Ina the U. 8. will be
wih half a dozen basic
o f duty.
ile architects of the master re-
vp plan have tried to strike
fn e balance between advan-
Mi aand disadvantages of each.
S. brand new choice is .to
StAer for six month of ae-
(traminMl the Army of M.-
*Co"rps bere the tbt birth.
r, After training there's seven
a, half to nine and a l
of active reserve serie
. depending upon how well U
I does his reserve chores,
I big advantage of thI Is
Active duty over with fast.
S disadvxntages are onlylA
S.onetb' py while- in uniform,
Ir an's beefts, and the pel-
of being caed baci to
duty any time during a
ey iMU, men can gat
a pro so there's n
Jkn Ig t.t b te1Lug
e1Mre thatlk
ally a hw

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln.
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'Inefficiency' Of




Flayed; Full Study Foreseen

In a final report on its acti-
vities, the Senate government
operations committee suggested
today that it might make a full
study of the Canal Zone opera-
tions and functions,
The Committee, formerly
headed by Republican Sen. Jo-
seph R. McCarthy, will be or-
ganized under the leadership of
Democratic Sen. John McClel-
lan next-week.
The final survey of two years'
activity by the committee spoke
of a number of faults of the
zone operations which have
since been corrected under the
But it said there still is a
large degree of overlapping, and
said that related to this "is the
failure on the part of the Pan-

Bevan Sees War

As Suicide Act
LONDON, Jan. 12 (UP) -
Britain would last "only 32
hours" In a new war, leftwing
Socialist Aneurin Bevan s a I d
last night.
"This is stated by scientists,"
he toM ,a political meeting. "...
war between nations is no long.
...Ilf l bhilt

ami Canal Co. to avail itself report detailing its activities for
fully of the industry, services the past two years, said the
and resources .which are avail- Comptroller General frequently
able from private industry in has recommended a full -scale
the United States and the Re- investigation of "deficiencies"
public of Panama. and "duplicttions" in the com-
pany's operations and those of
It said that various com- the military in the Canal Zone.
mittees have in the past the military In the Canal Zone.
mittees have in the past It urged that sueh an in-
studied different aspects of turgeb adby t h coh an itn-
the operation in Panama, but quiry be made by the commit-
that no coordinated study or tee in the ew Congress.
report has been submitted The committee said the Pan-
covering all phases of the op- ama Canal Co. "failed to coop-
erations, and It might be a rate in supplying Information
good Idea to have one. reqiuted, by. the committee" a-
The Committee charged yes- bout somed f its activities.
terday that the Panama Canal The committee also said the
Company is so Inefficient that Comptroller General had un-
it operates its own soft drink covered "widespread duplica-
and cosmetics factories Instead tlon in activities and facilities
of buying from plentiful local maintained by the armed serv-
supplies. Ices and the Panama Canal Co."
mhe committee, in a 69-page For example, the report said,

Close- Mouthed Dag

Briefs UN Commander

During Tokyo Stop


er a manwr o ponuey u an ac
of suicide." TOKYO, Jan. 12 (UP) -Close- There, HammarskJold briefed
va, fiery leader of t mouthed D a g Hammarskjold Hull and Allison for 15 minutes
Bevan, fiery leader of the ia- made a brief one-hour stop in in secret on his mission to Pel-
lefr party's ntt-rearmi meng t Tokyo today before resuming his ping.
leftist faction, poke during the hurried trip to New York to re- Only member to talk to t he
p of t i r b election port on the United Nations on press at the airport w a s Per
results of his secret negotiations Lind, Hammarskjold's executive
eva. elated the govern, with the Chinese Communists. assistant.
meao ttl iwee onceede that The United Nations secretary- "The Secretary-General," Lind
Is no defense t H- General arrived In Tokyo via a said, "will make no comment
bomb. e commercial airline at 4 p.m. JST until he has had an opportunity
and left at 5 p.m. aboard the to make a written report to the
"All possibility of effective personal Constellation of U. N. United Nations."
defense will be abandoned," he Commander Gen. John E. Hull. Lind did Indicate, however,
said. Hammarskjold refused to speak that there might be "some brief
even a word to correspondents on statement" before the full writ-
results of his week-long confer- ten report is issued at an as yet
Allied Controls ences with Communist Premier undermined date."
Chou En-lal over the imprison- Newsmen asked Lind why
Over I. G. Farben ment of 11 American airmen by Hammarskjold could not make
the Reds as "spies." some statement on his mission,
To End Shortly In answer to questions, the U. primarily to reassure the parents
N. official merely shook his head of the 11 American airmen held
FRANKFURT, Germany, Jan brusquely. in communist prison.
12 (UP)- The liquidation com But Hammarskjold did re- "I think," Lind replied, "it is
mittee of the former I. G. Far- port on the negotiations to n their Interest'to have some
ben trust revealed yesterday Gen. Hull, whose United Na- more patience."
that allied controls over the tions command fought the war Lind said the only American
huge industrial complex will for the United Nations in Ko. in the U.N. party Hammarsk-
shortly be eliminated. rea. jold' personal aide, William J.
While all members of Ham- Ranallo, of Pittsburgh, Penn. -
The company then will revert marskjold's staff and all wel- received the "same treatment as
to normal status as a corpora- coming diplomatic officials with- the rest of us-which was very
tion and will be Allowed the drew to the back of Hull's plane good."
same freedom as any other Ger- just prior to takeoff, the U.N. He declined to elaborate, how-
man firm within the framework Secretary-General took Hull and ever. on food, living conditions,
of the Federal Republic's decar-IU.8. Ambassador John Allison to or any other aspect of their Pel-
telization laws. the forward part on the craft., ping visit.

"instead of purchasing milk, ice
cream, soft drinks, cosmetics
and numerous other items from
private industry in the Repub-
lic of PanamA, or in the United
States, the company has es-
tablished Its own plants, at con-
siderable expense, and continues
to manufacture and produce
these articles, without regard to
their availability from private
indusr_ ~OVER THE HURDLE goes Miss
Stables and Club. She will be
RAF B erher riding ability at the horse i

Overdue On Radar Sommer Bids Low

Trainlqn Flight For Installing
LONDON, Jan. 12 (UP) Two
Royal Air Force four-mot o r e d I Z. ubs tallU n
Shackleton bombers designed to
foil Soviet supersubmarines were L R. Sommer, of Panama City,
hours overdue today on a night- with a proposal of $815,213, was
time radar reconnaissance tran apparent low bidder on the con-
i flight over the Atlantic. tract for the construction of a
it was.lea:ed they had collided new electrical substation at
in the clous.Mt. Hope and the installation of
The Air Ministry said' "at least large power transformers and
16 men" and possibly more were other .equipment, a major proj-
missing. RAF planes and naval ect in the current program of
fighting ships opened a search at converting the Canal Zone pow-
dawn m worsening weather. er system to 60-cycle current.
Shackleton, twin-tailed propel- Two local and six United States
ler-driven aircraft t h at closely firms submitted bids which Wbre
resemble the U.S. B-24 Liberator opened at Balboa Heights yester-
bomber of World War II, normal- day by Col. H. M. Arnopld, En-
ly carry crew of 10 men each. gineering and Construction Di-
The RAF developed the lo0n$ rector, in his capacity as Con-
ranfe radar-equipped high bom tracting Officer for the Panama
loa Shackletons- ut f1 own in Canal Com any.
1949-as the British answer to "The contract Includes th e
Russia's new 20-know, 20,000-mile construction of the substation
The w iasg planes w e r building, pavements, outdoor
last heard from at 9 p.m. 1.a switch structure, the Installation
night when one of them radio.d Cf large power transformers,
a routine message to base, Si, awitchgear, and appurtenances
their position as 50 miles sontI and the construction bf distribu-
of Ireland and 100 allts west of tion syWtem facilities to connect
England. Ithe substation to the existing
They were based at the R AF power system.
coastal command base at St. E- The Sommer Company pro-.
val, Cornwall, one of the k e y posal was 432,567 below that of
points of Britain's air-sea recue, the Electrical Service Company
and weather reconnaissance serv- of Balboa, the only other local
ice. firm to submit an offer on the
project. The Panama Canal Com-
James Stewart pany'estiate for the work was
James Stewart $907,oo0.
T k C Other companies who entered
Takes Cruise bids were the Massachusetts E-
lectric Construction Company
To The Orient Inc. of Boston. Massachusetts;
P'atterson Emerson, Comstock, of
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 12 (UP) Pittsburgh, Penn.; Tecon Cor-
-Actor James Stewart and his portion Grafe-Callahan Con-
wife, Gloria, will board the 88. struction Company; Powerline
President Wilson here tomorrow Construction-D. M. .Sullivan-M.
for a cruise to the Orient, includ- W. Swartz; Thompson Cornwall
Ing Honolulu, the Philippines, Corporation and the General E-
Hong Kong and Japan. 'ctrical Constructing Company,
The film couple will be accom- of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
paneled by Mr. and Mrs. F. Kirk I The new substation, which will
Johnson, of Fort Worth, Trex. replace the existing substation
Johnson is chairman of the board in the Old Cristobal area, will
of Central Airlines. be located in the vicinity of the
/- Mount Hope railroad station
near the entrance to the Indus-
trial Bureau area. It has been
rr~lrl -e estimated that It will be com-
Service pleted approximately 14 months
after the contract has been a-
d Bet D raf ted warded and notice to proceed Is-
id Be Draffed' ,sued.

tive. The technical experience a

The thinking behind different
periods of active duty among the
services is that Navy and A i r
Force are more attractive to the
average young man. Another as-
sumption is that the longer the
period of active duty a man
serves, the less time he should
be held responsible for reserve
Another area of choice to a
young man is enrollment in the
ROC programs available at col-
leges. After graduation the young
officer must then spend at least
two years on active duty and an
indefinite period on reserve sta-
.The most important goal of
this program is strengthen the
services' reserve programs and
the National Guard units of the
The NG will get a sharh of the
men who elect the six months of
nranaing. These men will w o r k
out the balance of their nine and
drig and saevingwith
jo d r up toM olths, meant. With reduced callslsaimaa for active duty only in case of; n t. sThe Guard w s el-SO
wh be ts, wo waits for the draft m get lut war. eth.er men who e omplete
S'stS wait t= and in several years of college bhlKr A man can enlist in the Navy duty with the Army who ele t
Ai means two i at s beamg taken. or Air Force for four years of ac. that means of Uramae.
018: iS yeas The basi d eaItmea tmi-ive duty, with two years of ne. reserve commaltment wLI
tggities will remain about s ame tive reserve duty and one of lim. have to drill rggLR aidpar.
Ov duty 4 an they are now, A mG ea sign Itd respcnaibihty for an active tipate fully in .A activities.
up for two years of acIw dIY call. Service in the ae
in the Army with six years J the units the Army liavy, MA
co active reserve. He can Op up There are also numerous ad- and i rr Forcey;wi
I hu e Arm and 1 rm fo vantages in enliqting. A general odic meetings aVW audn'
th.me ears hcive il2Wm raise i sgomng to be pup d onsli at summer al
Inb pe actv& SalM the whole military e em ance and
In a a par w adp meiW M ave d o*v* s
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Gaiy Frederick, 14-year-old member of the Panama 4idifr
one of the ras attractions in the younger set to demonstrate
show to be held at the Curundu Fair this saturday and Sunday

...and No Bridle

UP AND OVER, without the aid of a bridle. This la Tommie
Windrum, riding Instructor and manager of the Panam* Rding
Stables, which group will again be a big feature of the Fair;
This club, which now operates from the stables on the Old Pan-
ama Road, formerly was located in Parque Lefevre. F. S. (Rudy)
Rudeahelm is head of t.e club.

Bulgarian Red Diplomal Missg
a -
VIENNA, Jan. lt (UP) Au- ed for Austrian police help la
thoritative Austrian sources said tracing him. I
today a Bulgarian communist "Our information Indicates
diplomat has been missing from that he has defected," A sTRa
his Vienna post nine days and sources said.
is believed to have defected to They said Statchev left the
the west. Bulgarian legation, in Vienna's
Soviet sector early on the morn-
He was identified as Netcho ing of Jan. 4 and vanished in
Stantchev, Second Secretary at one of the Legation's automo-
the Bulgarian Legation. The bUes bearing Austrian license
legation as said to have appeal- number W-213.

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