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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00623
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Good Clue

Invitigators seeking to solve
the alatitlon of president
Jow tonio Remon 11 days ago
have e good clue which they
are following very closely, Prse
Ident Jose Ramon luizado an-
nounced today.
The late President's successor
In office informed newsmen of
the latest development in the In-
veqdgation of the race-track as-
sassination at the first press
conference of his administration
held today at the Presldencla.
Gulzado added that he was
unable to say anything more on
Sthe progress of the Investiga-
r tion, except that excellent coor-
dination is i effect between the
several gene. of the Panama
_oovrnma taking part in the

Seven criminal Investigators I .
from the United Btates, Vene-
zuela and Cuba are assisting in
the case, at the request of Pan-
ama. IB ,
Ouzaido was asked to com-
meat on a report from Mnua For.
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SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, Jan. 13 (UP)-Presidegt
FiguerS today said loyal forces have recapture itwo-
Quesada "completely destroying" the rebel force Mt,
and taking 20 prisoners.
Figures added, however, that "mercenaeri 'e
handed by Maj. Marcial Aguiluz have establiuhes
headquarters in the Puerto Soley-Peflas Blannas aN
bout three miles from the Nicaraguan border. He ,
the rebels captured the border village of Puerto Soley
sea" presumably in small boats but that no a 7S "
ties were reported there.
Other sources said one person was killed and 10
wounded at Villa Quesada, but that appeared to re-
only to the loyal force's losses..

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from Washington si a
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Seeks End To Saar Dispute
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Jan. 13 (UP) Frech Prens
le Pierre Mende.FrancW ar-
dves here tomorrow to Meet an
td of the Franco-German 8at
t ate nad to to Usell C
ceUr Koord a enauer onw fs
European a"ni,. pool idea.

day visit .to Rome last ih
when France and Italy eaBd
on the Western alleys to take
the initiative in bring abut
a lessening of Internsa qC ten-
alon and a "ppacefuil .pPera-
tlon among all peopleL
He will try to sell this idea
*to Adenauer during their con-
eneesi though the emphasis

hport O nerma, ShIp
Carryg 26 ,Nmu

_A_ oRJRO. Gemany, JaI. 1

He said no -naastlm -wa -
vallable on whatnU th*vfel
was carrying or it was
In iieden, it was revealed
that the planes left lateg Mt-
month, beating the deadline on
a ban on atrms bipments to all
.etral Americ sanntnoned ye-
air frcelp d
16" ma,- M-

will be on the aaar dispute. ByI
c oi .nc he arrives one day.
a f A t anniversary of
the aarplebtOte in 193S when
the smam c tel territory
votwf byI 'ta erwhelming ma-
jorfty tO return to Germany.
West Clan statesmen .con-

ecOerman latfons and a
thtly welded Western defense
front that would include the
Aonn republic.
The main topics of discussion
were, eipeed to be:
1. Sunnlementarv agreements




" ._a M H B ..
ference, O tsado fow the
same pattern establshed by the
late President Reman. Newsmenl
sat around the table, in the'
chairs used by the various min-
isters at cabinet meetings. Mean-
while, cabinet ministers stood
behind the President, ready t9
make special reports!or answer
press questions referred to them
by the President.
Regarding the impending sig.
nature of the treaty negotla.'
ed with the United States dur
Ing the ]umon adminlsratio,

Charge MacM
Early Leader
In Panama Open,

fill in details of the Saar Charley MacMurray's 34 was
ttlement. the low round tunrned in up :o
2. The arms pool plan which press time as amateurs for the
est Germany along with the 1955 Panama Open Golf ChaiM-
ilted States, Britain and the pionship under way this morn-
melux countries has receive. Ing at the Panama Golf C ab.
with hostility. Bandy Hinkle's 77 was the t9w
3. Franco German economic medal posted by the junior golf-
latlons ers who were first to tee off. The
high-ranking amateurs had fin-
4. The schemes for the Mos- wished only nine holes by 1 p.m.
Ie and Rhine-side canals. Their scores follow:
fi MandeFPrJance's plan for a 34...C. MacMurray
Four nference after rat- 35... R. Pearson
tLB ofothSe as treat- 3. .4.L. Mills
; 37... rcy Graham, Tony Jan-
,- -- kus, 31, Gerrans, Norman
BALBOA TIDES er, im nay.
38. ..Hftb Mitten, Anibal Ga-
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14 lindo, Ray Reid.
HIGH LOW 3i...Don Hause, Sewell, Bill
T:49 M 1:42 a.m. Shmldt, Frank Morrie, Maurl
l.2 -i.m. ltS p.m. Mnller, Meeks, and Haksplbd.

Accori to" Ltk en. _cW. "s. he O cor. aidenst ost aricutrs charg-d, ht qro.
tf the v .oto _AA o ~s- ,fromt .. a ret N icaraguan h aodugt Mln that Van

-an 1 re D d 1n otheenernalo
o, "d .. n d Lt.. Cd .RobertX n st arr to cros--s the border Into r
Vofd-toT Cn, ocd loo at. o Pa., ac- t tlssh od o ,e r

,f acr t Care anywhere tO t m 0 Yesterday rebel mwrplaneas ai amam s i
.wea TheM. zo-o-uatl 5 n Durpo, thishorimgcnrntegne d war Uote- of ign is o
on, th n Tos n Jose In two USAF C-47 weretraned r war on the "t ee sVn
S s n, the. T a, ge dinte of Nicaraguan n a
acpress h ea e de s e at g committaale oA al. of and that coun flw over the

mornis a at look Heights, ir- tes most vehe e b Figa f
risonr th weatr the did not S St g pro s. ee cwarplanesd took ar G can ma ear1 In
have the gveteant feeng at is n prepordent ai "attacks ye rofCosta al ca p
Sarcraf b e n arrived yesterday at 5:40y p.as.m aid ag0. .

arms. NAPLES, Italy Jan. 13 (UP)- (In a rebelpholane was saterview dpto rkesmnd.
arrison sld thbe ar.mon could 'r U Navy lers parachuof- wihaveth neunn a r eda Ua.- Figures g ov
have been cco ed by c- ed to saonly,fety near here today directed worry Staton theKOM atW been n out.
gener aircrat.t were aval- when ther -45 plan e rashed askan Figh res said b0 p *
able He stat the request in a field "ost certainly" would

for the planes was made o elr The three airmen were taken fight a duel with m a ton a
from theasvaila here. raol, outside Napls, after against the Ncaragan re

WhA the a presatrol planes would Itaan police found them this dent Doun- lg .
ger. a on the border. Somoss Is thell*RAn exam
However, he added, Itwasould depend morning. a re- (Oils n Ncaragua and an d a.a"
"normal procedure" -to .carry r ifle 'en
arms. NAPLES, ItalyJan. 13 (UP)- (In a telephone Interview r r.essed
Harrison ssld the minslon could Three'U.S. Navy fliers parachut- with a representative Of CAM.-
have been accom lshed by clv-yed to safety near bere today dian Radio Station KOM at
lilean aircrlyaftIf t wer avi- when their C-45 plane crashed SaVenskatoon. say Figueres aid try In w e d b
able. He stone that the request n a ield. 4 ing to make a domestic upris wa reported r
for the plane was made of their The three airmen were taken. eight a duel with 5om.1, :
command because 'we have the to a U.S. military hospmf-1 3at said he had "nothing personal". $Wan.*;',t
meal available here.-" IFra4o, outside Naples, after against the Nicaraguan Proesd-l ., ia 4"M
Wheo the patrol planes would IItalian police found them this dent. DOIj Crtae,
take off, he said, would dependamorning. The airmen were re- (Otflidals In Nicaragua and and C. mn.
entirely upon when the.-OAS.ported suffering no major in- vontezwaf say Figuerea is try ins mwmesaredb
comntlMlon request came juries. ,4 Ing to make a domestic upris. was reported Injured

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40-Year-Old Sgt. Faces 8 Counts

Praising Reds, Informing On BudD

* 1FT. BRAGG N. G., Jan. 13 -
(UP) Thiye y accused a 40-
year-oa career ergeaat today of
,als his nmutm eapters
r. "lTr B a-X. e top,
arming his e -ca a
writing surrender leais ft there
In a lengthy list of iecifica-
tions. M3LSt. Wiliam. Olson,
40, a native of Youma;fle, Pa,,
was accused on eight'eut un-
der Article 104 of the Vniform
Code of MiUtary Justee. Tbh a
article deals with comunieation
with the enemy, an f pun-
ishable by death. '
Olon aparently wAs the firt
ef some. ibrine o. n
war slated for eourt-m l to
be charged formally wta clls.
boration with theCoM r1iIsts
fiasw af

mad several~ e "r i Wrm
hls Hrsn deoeed Ao W
she eds sal Was

commanders, as in the 01 s on duct tq the Communist lines. witaiLcn
case. In the pelfeation dealing with sted wehave
Olson was slated for discharge l forasm g a his buddies, the. A- treatment, good
Jan. 3 at the end of 20 years' my said "he did inform eqW clothing.
service but was kept in the serv. prisoner of war camp official a-. he i.ae"S
ice by perjary charges filed a.- ainst fellow prisoners of war with the sti
against him previously that he had .its. Charles lDickersn, Chester attacking g
sworn falsely he did no) colUa. Mathis, Charles Harrison and Al- and "iiperi
borate with the Reds. ar Roberts al of thel Ua ited
Olson, who also wal'a captive States IrIle Co .ps." The tO m
of the Germans in W rld War II, The Marim tted were not 1. elU. W a
said at this post where he is sta. dentfied asto is or home eih
tioned that e was "completely ewns. But O lo it denl l t
amazed' to hear the charges had theI Cha .f Mari w
been brought against him. Cheater M wrde the paper
He saidhe knew of "Me lfoa he admitted resdia at the camp.
datioa" for them umes it was He added that Math deied such
betsuse of a paper he had read .
to leBew Priuaers la k aNs re.c meat ai" own Z
questing the ased Nad s 6.l hl
supe rt say movement to ai .__
the war. Day
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wot for a Comm treVaetme t
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retary of State John Foster Dulles
,- _, and Secretary of Defense Charles;
SI I A E. Wilson got to poaching a little
SH I I I fI in each other's preserves just be.
.- fore the holidays. Secretary Wilson
S" made a press conference state-
S The Mail Box is an open forum or readers of The Panaum Americn. meant which pretty well outlined
letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential the U.S. foreign policy situation:
SFar. concerning Russia. Secretary Dul-.
vyu contribute a letter don't be impotient If it doesn't appear the les then told his press conference
S day. Ltters are published in the order received. what the U.S. military strategy
I leas try to keep the letter limited to one poge length. situation was concerning the use:
entity of letter writer is held in strictest confidence. of atomic weapons.
Tis Hwspaper assumes am responsibility for statements as opinions Dulles told a story to explain
Ipeed i letters from reader that the reduction of U.S. armed
try was cutting back on itsde
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SWith the arrival of the Army Secretary, and other important Just supposing, he said, that
faculties of the Pan Canal Board of Directors, for which an Im- there was a country that had first
pDrtfnt conference Is slated, this matter following, should by all invented gunpowder. If, after
ianrs find a lace for open discussion. making this invention, this coun-
** There are many of us who have given from 10 to 20 years try should then start reducing the
valuable service with the Pan Canal Con-.pany, and have been In- number cf men it had armed with
discreetly alven reduction of force since 1947 until nov. Efforts crossbows and arrows, it would
were made fo:" re-employment: but due to the standard age limit not be a sign that the country was
which Is between 35 and 50 years we arc faced with a great dis- I weaker.
advantage. "TOO OLD FOR RE-EMPLOYMENT." Nobody is complaining openly,
"- Many of us presently un-emploved are In our forties. yet but most of the U. S. safety
abled body, and can still give 10 to 15 years service in positions organizations which participated in
somewhat conduclble to the Individual's physical constitution, the recent Safety Driving Day en-
Instead of being considered for re-employment, so as to receive dorsed by President Eisenhower
the matured gratuity as others are enjoying,. we ere given eligibil- are irked by the way the plan was
ity cards to seek employment with contractors and others, exclud- handled.
In! Government Agencies. Last summer the President's
Think of the plight we are suffering. having to be obligated Action Committee for Highway
under our wives and children. also kind friends, whose good pa- Safety decided the idea was a
tierce are becoming exhausted. simply because someone says, ehod promotion stunt. But the
'-Too old to work." ite House staff never came up
Trusting this matter will be given priority on vour agenda. with a firm commitment that the
S- Suffering Humanity President would personally en.
____ dorse the crusade. Several times
the project was all set to go. Each
SIDE GL ANCES By Calbraith time it was cancelled. As late as
five weeks before it was actually
_held, the Safe Driving Day cam.
*I --. pain was cancelled, then revived
The complaint "'now is that the
five weeks following Ike's firm
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its behalf were not enough time Thumbing through an old maga- the general suspicion that while feet, whether a stewardess named "Attacks on our loyalty, as
or the public relations people of zine, I came across an editorial by we have been arranging the world Gracie Walker is dishing me up Americans, are far beyond the
the safety outfits to give it ade- one James Thrasher which seemed and telling everybody how to live, a cup of bouillon cr a cup of gin, normally accepted tactics in a po-
quate preparation and promotion, very otnmd to me. He wrote a everywhere, we still haven't dealt so long as 1 don't fall out of the litical campaign," said the man
As a result, the critics believe, piece about booze. called "Old with on of our freedoms, which plane and hurt somebody. If I get who has served longer consecu-
at wasn't very effective. Bluenose Rides Again." is what and how much and where loaded and obstreperous, it's the tively in Congress than anyone
Thrasher's epic deals with a and hen a man can take a drink airline's business to make me be. else. "The last campaign marked
Treasury Department has come thing I had had in mind for years; and hen as he efels like it. It have. an all-time low for gutter politics
up with a billion-dollar word, namely, the people in states who is, really, nobody's business but But we have been fiddling and political muckraking."
which is the size of this live under the a'r you fly in aip't his own. around with this booze foolishness
year's budget. The w o r d is got the faintest bit of business It's been 20 ears since they re- for so long now I am plain tired No More Pearl Harbors
asymptotically. It was used by a with what or how much you drink pealed the Vorstead Act, and the of it. I cannot believe that we can
Treasury tax expert to explain when you fly over these states. prohibition issue is still in doubt. tell the world how to act when Rayburn further told the closed-
that the full effect of cutting the Maybe the angels got a beef. The The pinch-faced old ladies and in Mississippi in the old days door session that with the world
corporate income tax rate from citizens below have no feef and the noisy old deacons and the the driest of all the dry states "sitting on the edge of a preei-
52 per cent to 47 per cent would th interstate commerce thing crooked old sheriffs and the in- you were served up mixed drinks pice," Democrats in Congress
not be felt in the years immedi- should go and get lost. telligent old bootleggers are still legally in bars, with warehouses would give no support to GOP ef-
ately after passage of the cut, but Thrasher said, in hin powerful making a thing out of the fact behind them and all the chisellers forts to balance the federal budget
would approach that point gradu- work, that local option cannot ob- that once in a while a man might in on the take. "at the sacrifice of an adequate
allt.h cut tain, in the wild bl a ut Iirs,. Iecrave a sort to stave oh the national defense."
h govern t ght e cut, also me tiond ttthe il Am chills. Ir have seen a sloppy d onk-that "I bate to pay t the same
the government might lose $1.2 atlon Beard had 'wisely washed The complete nonsense over ,couldn't get in a New York or everyone else, incl lmn the Nw
lion of revenue. The next year its hands of a two-airline fight,! whether a man may be se'red. NW Orleans or San Francisco bar York bankers who are preaching
it miLght lose $1.5 billion, $1.8 bil where one line was dishing up !when he flies over a "dry" state- legally buying a whisky in Salt about a balasted budget at a timp
lion the year after that and maybe the daiquiris and the other wasn't a "dry" state can be defined as Lake City in a licker store and when our democratic economy I'
u2 billion in the fourth year. The over the same territory. He said a state in which a man buys an that is a town you couldn't buy a threatened by the deadliest foreign
full effect of the cut over 2.2Ithat an airplane really couldn't illegal quart for too much money decent mixed drink in. enemy we have ever faced," said
lon, might not be et for a keep a log on the local option, and gets sick on himself before I am just sick and tired of all Mr. Sam. r
long time. and it didn't make any difference he goes home to beat the you- this ridiculous technicality about Franklin D. Roosvelt he re-
anyhow, because all you were know-what out of his wife and where a man can and can't drink, called, pleaded in vain for suffi-
The one word, asymptote, ex- competing with were crows, kids is complete nonsense, and because you know in the end that cient defense funds prior to World
plains all that's in the foregoing What I am pinching off Mr. nobody ever said it better. the man who wants one will find War II.
paragraph. It's a perfectly goo Thrasher's piece -, and Thrasher If I am flying from Dallas to one, and why make such a gosh- "That war eventually cost us
mathematical expression for a is the best name I ever encoun- anywhere' I reckon it's nobody's awful problem out of an inevit- about $4oo00, 000,000," Rayburn
curve that approaches, but never tered for an editorial writer is concern, down there about 20,000 ability? continued, "whereas the expendi-
quite meets, a straight line. The ture of a few more billions earlier
derivation is Greek meaning mi ht have prevented the Jap at-
"not falling together." tao on Pea ro nrthJ
The Russian embassy in Wash- "The same is true today" ,
nwiAmc ty tWalter Winchell In New York : :E
ington has apparently been mak- el eluded the speaker. "Even though
-ing a play for Russian-born peoples fi i a l i n cI Il 1 InINI Irk it-throws the budget out of bal-
Snow in America, trying to e r- -- dance, we must spare no defense
suade them to go back to their spending to make our nation so
native country. ReentWy they ingt r ---dstrong that no predatory dictator
inen es.romnent Washinto nroadway he isn't a patron, according to theuold daughter (and 6-year-old son) or international pirate will dare
ian ofthsiranbirthto.-cometo ....... Hotel Van Cortlandt Set. ... Betty slept uptstairs at the tinoe. (So did attack us.
one of t heir parties. Just fora I Celebs About Town: Zsa-Zsa and .eorge is due back from the Ba. Chip Sheppard, 7) . Dr. Loomis
look at the inside of the place Rubirosa with the Cy Howards hamas. The passing of her father had to be reminded of them before Sboess Governor
and for a taste cf vodka and,(Gloria Grahame) at The Holly- (to whom she was devoted) was he checked to see whether they
caviar he went, taking alon hiwood Table inm the Cub) studying such a shock Betty stammered un- had been harmed. (Shep ard no. Unlike some Washin ton bureau-
American wife, a Southern belle.. .the StorX Club peasantry. ... W'i-til the other day. . .Starlet Mara elected to check on his chil s wl icrats, the governor ofP Rico
They were both givenorather am Holden aiming straight for Corday and Jack Kelly. Nancy's fare and ran from the house, is not opposed to taking a mugges-
frigid treatment by one of the, the Bilingsley bistru alter mne hop brother, swapped New Year's etc.) . Dr. Loomis (like Dr. tion from the press.
Russian hosts when the ex-Rus to Greenland to entertain troops Toasts at Major's Cabin. . .Joe Sam) was called an'even-tempered Last month this column report-
ian made clear that he had come with Bob Hope. Covers puo-E. Lewis' favorite Floridate these family man Loomis was linked ed:
hado America at an o clearly age and sher Paul smith, the San Fran- Miami Moons is pretty Kay Dau- romantically wit h a di v o r c "Mystery surrounds the reason
Tha Red offiriae to leave. u t cisco editor, who became a "typi- mit (no profanity please) of the (Dr. Sam was linked with Busan why General Motors continues to
The Red official then launched cal New Yorker" when he changed cosmetic fortune clan. . .Mrs. Hayes and other bite-able wom- be the highest bidder and get con-
inture about the bed and stuffy lecwn- coasts. . .The Duke and Duchess James Murdock's chums hear she en) . Police in 1927 noted the tracts despite that. Recently..
ture about the beauties and won- of Windsor, who reportedly spurn- has a story. She's the former Lou- window of the Loomis home was Puerto Rico asked bids on "50
der of the Soviet Union. He par- ced an offer (of $50,000 cash) to ise Brooks granddaughterr of the broken, but that the glass had buses. Lowest bid was made by
ticularly stressedtheof attraction appear at a private New Year's late social eader, Mrs. E. T. fallen outside. Indicating the win- Mack trucks. Highest bid was by
of t hat section of Russia knownd bee v blowout. . .Nina Foch, who Stotesbury. . .Johnny Greenhut dow was broken from within. General Moters $900 per bus
as Gebrought upia. Finwhere he had beernin towon a "Best Supporting Actress" quit MCA to go on his own. First (Cleveland cops called it an ama- higher than Mack. General Motors.
the Amerian wife, he nqire award (for haer role in Executive client: Carol Haney. ..Ann Soth- teurish job at Sheppard's home) got the contract. Total extra cost
thesar merstican wifeow, hedam Inquired Suite" happier ove the chinclaern and dancer Bill Andrews look- . Dr. Loomis claimed a prowlerto Puerto Ricans: 5000.
sarcastically, "Now, Mads t jacket from husband James LIP- ed like an elopement-threat as re- murdered his wife for her money:
suppose u would sill raher e ton, an actor. Lii St. Cyr, cently as a few sighs ago. $100. (Dr, Sheppard said aprowl- Gov. Munoz Mrin, who hasa
here than in Russia?" strijteuse, who is going into theO y r killed his wfe) . A yaro spotle record. for honesty In-govy
"i really must say A would," lingerie cnaa-store business ... Miami Moonbeams: M Herth's after convicton Loomis comm ernmeit, read the acblumn in the
she drawled. "But Ah'm suash She never wears any. On stage. e Mi at the Rney Plaza Ba tr- suicide. He NOa ben recdmid t _e jua n1imacial, da. .... ..
i youll understand, foh Ah'm from she never wears anything. g b Rmusi at the Re C Plaza B sBib the 3mnd bsln renUd tl mp Ia ., tmt. e ,ca
Georgia, ." Bongwters Hoagy Carmichael delicacies. . The Latin Quarter knowledge my ain unto Thee celed the contrVae fto sehl buses,
al a MitchelluParrwsn, the parents Casio girlashow,Bthe best in Lou and mine iniquity: have I hot id" d Whis t. t e went
Defense Secretary Charles E. of"'Star Dust." The week Of Jan-.,Walters' career. Betty and Jane -ave I t y t
Wilson has a lot of fun exchanging 14-21 has been named "Stardust Kean follow an hour-and-a-hal The Orchid rden Eddie Fisheven further. s took the
He qugets a kik out f seeing them rs. eek' n its honor. bunch of show stoppers, and then er's "Count Your Blessings," his trouble to writ a letter tthi
Hegetsoa pioutctureeaingthemn ......show them how to stop shows. 19th consecutive hit-recordin.. column expressing appr.ciation
pois, i for a picture, waiting mi- Sallies in Ouur lley: One of the Broa dway Smailtalk: Georgiann Portia Nelscn's Columbia Am, n for cas nthe matt er t his at
'utes for a gesture that will show boss thought that he La RHsa o hnso R e lng, Fum i, a hoe ,am tit.in.
some action. He watch, them out bn. uo ass erovead G. Johnson of "Rechning Figure" and espesh "Memphis,"- a honey of a tention. 06 0 a .Plea
a e ,oand Marlowe cases proved God- Stanley P r a g e r of "Pajama blues ; .AlanQale's se-atO a'P-
of the corner of his eye and whenfrey doesn't know how to handle Game. made their betrothala blues ; . Ala ale's nWs.Te eat
he thinks they've relaxed, e stars. .'h. success cf La Rosa cia In m e mdether bestrotha cfi ast Ithe Cait H t . Thfie as only one tense me-
makesnd h theaquick motion with his and Miss Marlowe remi a . ee Engel, the Latex veepee, tion" Diah. n Carroll's re- me-nt in the otherwise outwardly
hand, hoping they'll miss it. columnist 'proved Arthur knows and Doe Avedonn of the F |lm, Ireshing gil,,g li, "Jios of Flow calm Democratic closed-door CaU-
hen played this game with how to handle Unknowns". "Deep In My Heart," re Yes.h rld This ,when West
the cameramen a e nta rtcen press iuoria Vanc-erbiltwell says her Indeedy . Marguerite ePiazza Alren trli i ldtu in glsr s C.ot. Cvrt end Bad ly de-
nference, he le. All the separation from Leopold wd threatens to useher most oph dShad Ba s Tree.' h eader and forced
e -as cliched and the flash lamps is purely a matter cf his being ticated and sexiest act at the C a,,,ance
uta an eously d simu away too much. .Anc, puns million Room Jan. 14th. A Wash- Memos of a : Lance
tan ... NItNL Brooks, Leopold
"Look!" said Mr. Wilson as the changes his spos opol ever ingtcn observer called her a comr. Fuller ad 0e a ler, a 6.
photgraphers grinned. "Will youis bination of Grace Kelly and Mari. alariih-an- j ,... ,
tell me why I am so much more Midtown Vignette: A big car is. What a year for society! A Rocksee) ffoG.t 1 rMa raoeo ltloa H Vi r
attractive when I'M scratehinf MY nored a remy lamp ano dashed feller, an Astor and a Vanderbilt.u"-
head than when I'm Just sitting across Broaoway. ... An alert quit their mates ,.-. Tired of are ax"" U--It -e Another K|E RE
here quietly?" police team (Car 434 of the 8th our urrentdiet? Zia Zsa'stwo i OCK I hU
''recmeL, retrievers of more stolen Poodles dine on cognac and car. off abwit44
cars than anyone) followed and ar... erle say he lost his spaon-. -MoA..

( 7s gera, one of waom saia: "UMocr Biggiest fight ofthe Century: At r
i'd lke to talk to you"...."oo w Ar-nd g 34th. Two bookies. Over| Ti
mister," said the cop, "I kno'PI
who you are. So why not let m
do my duty-or you'll g e tab h a The Plot Thickens: Newspaper
-,nameintepapers'. nethou meopi.arestl talking about the All
Wrote out a tUcket and salted the m inparastlle lntthD a.Sot the
.ting star: "Some enchanted tc It concerns
ag, Mr. Plina"'t. Loomis (alrd a Dr.) who was Om.ano
roadway OwL: In "ared with b eating hii attractive "Cross
,, Bi Crosby is =X.to deth in Detrot
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SMass For Remon
At St. Paul's
Church Saturday
A requiem Mass will be said for
the repose of the should the late
President Jose Antonio R em o n
Cantera, at St. Paul's Church on
Saturday at 7 a.m.
The clergy of the Episcopal
Church on the Pacific side of the
Isthmus are expected to attend.
Dr. Townsend, executive secre-
tary of the Missionary District of
Panama and the Canal Zone will
deliver the euloi-; S8panlasI Al
full vested choir wil render ap.
propriate music. Many. officlalr of
the Panamanian government and
members of the Diplomatic Corps
also are expected to attend.
Deputy Alfredo Cragwell is
sponsor of the mass.


In introducing yourself to a
person that you think may not
recall you it 1i helpful to place
yourself in some such manner as.
"We met at the George Jack-
sons" or "I'm with the Clarki
Making another person strug-
gle to place you is hardly god

l leaders
in watches a

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of simple and
classical design,.
or of charming
originality .
Juvenia watches
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WAS!NGTON --Whe* veteran them to permit'him to make a
congressman Clarence Brown of speech.
Ohio opened the secret Republican The genial Bailey comes from a
caucus this week, he iid with apart of West Virginia suffer
chuckle: "I do not have a schedule tragic unemployment in the coi
of procedure. However when the mines. So he took Speaker Sam
Democrats completed their caucus Rayburn aside as the caucus
in this chamber a few hours ago, obened and warned that he would
they perhaps inadvertently left a propose to the full caucus. that it
copy of their agenda behind them. I abolish the customary rule limit-
Maybe we should adopt it here as ing the meeting to the pickingof
a gesture of good will. We have to leaders. Such a motion would open
get along with these fellows for the love feast to wrangle over
the next two years." various thorny political quoptms.
Brown would hardly have sug-
eated following the Democrats Inside Bailey's pocket was'the
had he known what transpired at text 6f a stirring speech on West
the opposition caucus. There "Mr. Virginia. And this threat wag hds
Sam" Rayburn of Texas the way of telling Sam that he meant
"Mr. Big' of the House of Repre-'to ver It.
sentatives-unloosed some pent-up ..lier i.
steam which had been bothering I I'll never get all 231 df these
him, aq well as many other Dem fellows together again to tell them
ocrats, for some time. i thesad economic story cf my
"The country must come first," state," Bailey told Speaker Ray
the new speaker proclaimed. "On burn.
Issues affecting the national se- Rayburn knew that if Bailey
curity the President can expect made his motion, It would set off a
and will get our support. party free-for.all that ojd,be
"However," continued Rayburn, heard all over Washington.y le
"we Democrats cannot forget some tried to coax Bailey by appedy b
of the tactics employed by the to party unity, but Bailey wouldnt
President's own party in the last ge.budged. Finally Sam huddled
campaign, the reckless smearing with party leaders John McCor-
of Democrats as alleged traitors mack of Massachusetts and John
with which the President saw fit Rooney of New York, then offered
to identify himself." to let the West Virginian speaktise
Rayburn specifically singled out piece-if he'd promise nd~ to offer
Vice President Nixon as the bell- is amendment.
wether of these attacks. But he
also pinned responsibility on Ei. With a wink and a smile Bailey
senhower. The President, he said accepted the compromise, there.
had first contended he hadn't read by won the distinction o being the
Nixon's statement in the newspa- only Democrat at the caucet 6
pers. Later he praised Nixon for make a speech on behalf-tpf his
doing a "great job" in the last district.
campaign. N
"In my estimation, that makes NOTE-Bailey has been making
Eisenhower a party to these un- dally trips to Assistant Agri re
warranted attacks on our patriot- Secretary Earl Butt demudAing
ism," Rayburn told the secret cau. that West Virkilia get iaa.af the.-
rus. "I'm of a forgiving nature surplus wheat thaf'a beng sed
but I rannot forgive cr forget the for forein Xelle. He cl W e
nasty aspersions that were hurled gift is authorized by a sectiba of
on my party by some people high the surplus foods disposal act. He
in the councils of the Republkican should know. He wrote the re-
party. vision.


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Another effect of the shingles,
a cording to. the, manufacturer, is
t,:'keep houses cooler in summer
a warmerduring winter. (Rey
nOM Metals 'Co., New York City.)
The upito-date fisherman has at
his disposal a dry fly spray
that-keeps the lure-floating stop
the water, cast after cast, and
leaves no oily ring to warn the
The push-button spray comes in
an aenuosal dispenser which takes
up>itUle room in the tackle box
or ket. The pressurized -bottle

Sbt its attitude toward* Bssa.l EGag ONAS ,VIOTLO IBA ST: With other mem- Pine-scented io it won't have
SLArab spiritual leaders .-ae be, ig .ber ofbl l ke .a(,l hsdnftJ Chief Hakin Amer an offenswtv odor, the spray im-
Sldby the RuBsi.an @ of (right, his ? it ph iP0m hungry peasant.. part a water-resistant coating to
deol". n relto Ion int the lare. It's faster and less
Soviet Union. messy to apply than conventional
Many Molem dinitgaries, p Oesbscura r ,' Penal lud dips.
S daily pro nationalist university l 5CUlL CIU L UTSiC The spray sets up so quickly
students and intellectuals, are be- that with one back cat the fly
coming increasingly optimistic is dry and ready to float reali.s
about the possibility ofedning to I tinUly. A two-ounce bottle con
an understanding with the Rus- Press H ts M million Readers.. ta ,Aso.su S..l a
Nationalism, bcked up wR ., Boulder, Colo.)'

uationarm s eof R NL NCO fU uniquely selective press, In
q atioas from speeches of Rd By NEIL MCCONIGUE t aee ra s In A new device Trtelevision fans
"-B Vt hf 6- 'at its primary audiences ha> lit.
*, ina s Mao Tse tung, has be.- . .. "9- itst Priar adec should cut- down complaints from
e eJA- d ob, Bn. Mull US influence.
come the Soviet line IA the W- the neighbors thatA.) t set is too
t Oeas, ne te c of the oddest Off shoots of Today, in these publications, ne i b that e to
Sin 'Jordan two Commu. modern publishing is th to-called censorsip Is less rigid that it smll sakr m "TV
at- eftits were r nty Pe al Press. opce was. They can speak out a ush ,a
StoParliament. .In a For the most %part. l-nknown, on satters hoped to aisy any Es e
e Bagdhmb. MoscowtrainM this loosely-knit ntee ise has a erroeous -Impressions or con omatl tl the a a bew a 20
chel of ate. n wLebanese memberhipappag. 200 u-irnt a tas pertaini to bad ofe t to the TV set by
Communslt as, was elected its, published r lrly in Unit. court pra* des and fauPy prison The th that's changed i
SDamMascus t the se ond ed States and Can an corc condition. the point of O in for the sound.
tional institution. ot eve-y -Penal press Mdafi are almost
la eA im er-of votes. tioal insution Almoste vy -Peal pess sta are almost The unit ois turned on sim ly by
EXRlnate AD AMIN ht It 1 al r lens man yes such institution an Nbrih Americ enOtirely .untrained. And usually uiti s a 'une o 'There5 also
whoA, w spent man yeas. 5CS~ 111 in "se ing a'.'as o
si er tater" apay kl in Moscw.as leader of te Com brings out a weekly, monthly t mechanical equipment is out teb' control.
Worm, comes from a rich Kurd- quarter publication, o. style and pretty badly worn talate of t
Whe- P- eStill,r et the paper out and
Will the .y .eMffeers have.. ish family In Datascus and is. by Whe her, mimeogrophed Oni l,r they t the per be'done by the homeown er. (-Aer-
cou, through ih far the mosat able and popular cheap newsprint, tedn as each appears ey see Industrie, Inc.,New ork
agr e Wit h t leader in the. Arab w world. slick, multi e tion, each it as another- m ) ph.
up aminpng te hgry peasants He was the first open Commu-.one speaks for the prison inmate Far the most part, the prison L .
. W t the absent nist ever elected to an Arab par- and occasionally for the admin- pays the way for ts publication.
pap ua -e will telL linament. The Syrian press! called istration. In Michigan, however, The .Spec-
Meae mlitary- juntahis election the most important Mainly, prison ornals are tator, a newsweekly tabloid, has m
i n, .-a life -ad-death stgle event in the Middle East M this worked up by male lawbreakers. been supported inancially for the I
Sa C...of _mmunists century." However, women prisoners alto past 25 years by the Inmate Fund
eren natmUllts, N ou1 1e m Wesltern diplomats in the hid-lpublitsh uch papers, turning out -proflts accrued. through sales of
B9 -hers and '"pashas who yearn mde East are ba d by the united cy as lively f not livelier reed- certain articles sold in the pris- NEW YOR ( ) Despite
fo the good old days of fat Fa- front t6e iCimnists hav madeing matte r than their mal e on's inmate Store the uddn deat condu
rc.n o inall Arab Icountries with ex- counterparts. tor, Winelm Furtwongler. the
n models. .oel ety, the Araob tremereactionary nationalism. A good deal; of penal publics Generally, prison publications famous Berlin Philharmonic will
world remains based AOn ed I- Not even the State Department tian copy concerns "campus" and are tied to a prison's educational tour the United States beginning
eval agriculture, The Fel een-- --houh bthe U. S. spend lavish cellblock ne w s. Occasionall, department and are considered in Februaryap scheduled.
who Iorf leta s tof the pu- so support of the Arab gov. however, this Fourth E t ate as aiding inmate -rehabillation itl ed thatthe cn.I
laton .th- st m ernm ats--as bepeale to ind fringe .oribOty puts i te tooj a" keehi f. tm te iit w hve. t ca p
staely to es w e e ero deaL g ser '.ous.-
.Ab p-- .ave a: oa l' ,
Sla .-~ i, .ts. i relative obiew tuwm. omWf mea or sorce r m the eed.
S ia. overthn f-Pou AF TA i I the penal press reaches an estl in alerting the a'. I on prison as -p ow as tfe orchestra
ele t a4 r t of Bgypt's mated 1,000,001. readers. Yet,- t events. re Mertgns, of the Co
coat of pt'
arable liawas ownet by ilA.t _ _--' I-"-, ,...-ba. Artists Management, manager
ulandId. More. tan 4 0A of the proposed tour discovered
Fet and t ir families e Prt US W ill Hav quickly that most o the nane
lesnd t'a iac -4 l i ..b ; .lo P r IU t US W Ill IH v conductors --who. kaw the or-
The waeiLt Egt's entire I lk lllA cestr1 and were known by it--
ecdlomfin.-Orasid 'reed ont the Al V l t RI lV were led up with commitments.
back tbhe Fellsh awl hiWsfamilyn .s 1 Then he trie Herbert von Kara-.
In add ton to the 12,00*S lauad- OAK RIDGE Tehn., Jan 13 I Y ian, who bas a sizeable United
od (UP) The Atomic Energy Absolute W weapon I'n 10 Years rates reputation due to a series
goveanmttt breaucraa e .toan Commisslion _will enegres f claimed phonograph record-
merchant,. village o at arks in Oak idge Junior and Senor o wings
anj-bigkft age banks. Ypt the High schools this September, It... .
Fela'aual income was less was announced today. NEW YORK, Jan. 1 (UP)- decades, a major portion f the Although head of the London
th A spokesman said the AEC W. IBter Cole -NY.) Zew generating capa nstall- Philarmonia Orchestra and a
tnIA I RplW Co5 lo, II r d eao1 ypv. in th S01 ta S tes
Ais result ea year mire sons and the Parents' Advisory COuon- uy tredlctefdtvelopient d ea i s the uitd Stte re.gulf codluctor of the La Seala
of ViEan alaton ku land cil, representing Oak B Idge'the next 10 years of 1"the10 o-. oul a.tt at l Orthestra in Milan, his schedule
anI. lt disea dsqohdools, agreed on the action-at lute weapon," an interconti- 2. "The time is rapidly near- permitted his taking over Fort-
bu .. 'drnifted- d. a meeting Tuesday night. Poll mental atomic missile against lig...when medical appleations waengler's duties.
edi.jl ere they ioln es to be followed Include: which he .id there I no ore- eI the atom will annually save So the U. S. tour will begin
p .*irs d and s A- 1. Pupils. will not be favored see a defense r ore lives -than were lost in the Feb. 27 and continue through
r .' .t. -nor discriminated against be- Colse oun"ing chairman tbe bombing of Hroshima and Naga- April 1, as scheduled.
.?MA f.t of i cause of race or color. aH e-SnZ Atomic ler y -
in t r-hey well' tle School' diStrict boundaryomittee aithatIT 3. Atomic power should be able The Boston Symphony intro-
r- opro Nazi organizations. lines will be adhered to strictly0 te sh i devep a le a within our uifetime" to bring duced the newest symphony of
t olat A 'soceties.ou.s, o tlesne ts betsees can itSresa "if a tter of 3i. at. mat.raction of the present sixth at its concert Jan. 7
egtm Arst b oul, Io otent persnth l w. l be based teer Te. eot ,trve ofltonventiohally producedCharles Mnh conducting. Mar
Bttl" 0 assets which solely on merit. 1uta. the ni.s. e r.. .electrinty onltinu calls the piece, "Symphounic
neitir the U. S.'nor the other The decision, affecting some In the stratosphee "a ~ Cole said the fantastic power Fantaaies.' It is dedicated to
W dten powers possess. 100 students and the first such times the speed of sounof atomic energy "can eventual- Munch and the 7th anniversary
'owow As yet has no record of action in the state, is necessarysald. h ee ly- end civilization as we know of tie orchestra.
A-. 4- to live down. Its to achieve "the apirit and In-. In a speech before ence else bring untold material
tea- to the world." Mesawhile, the Philadetvhla Or-
Kiddle Bast past mo tar Is lean. tent" of tho Muje r Cout s s- -t rC of a o heo bri ngnetnwo le mhiladelathe
Winalms. toothe-bot $aedruegatlon ruling, the AEgafn. Uon Meting here, Cole als PresidentEisnhower's pro- chestra introduced the fourth
A notW undarmining 44Western nouncemest sAd. 1 "Within another one or two poe international atomc pool, symphony of Vincent Persihetti
'' ble sold aves th. world o at a concert last month. Persi-
portunitr o e the atom or chetti is bead of the co position
.... ..the purposes God surel- department of the a hadelphia
S. tobeused, for fighting c onsevasto r and a menerof
. tt k,,puever men now wad n the faculty of the Jullu ird School
..: - ' . ..od w rt da wherever Of Music, New York."
C olenai l.. as now'has the Uetne Ormandy, the Ph"he
oem9 ad, i anes now has the phians' music director, takes his
ab sat pne to lach a usualI "omidwintdr" rel iss, bei-
Sdev t nuclear attack a- ning Jan. 11. It will be, at least
S.stfhe tels of North Amenr- in part, a busman's holiday since
.. astated strong rCont- he will conduct In Pals, A mter-
m nta l defense sainent such an datm, and London. But bewill
.attackj"n, i that defense later have,-a& ew weeks of est Gear-
,prom worthis. against t h .e many asi. Si'_Url.,d. wee,.e-
,-b-o nubsolate weapon -g to Philadelphia t Id
"We maSt not blink our eyes February.
..thet t thatt thi. next dcbdea a
will...I pt. ILnflewitness the 'The New York Philbsrmoale-
entry..-of the lntercontinentli Symphony announced that 1Netwo
i-"' b stl issile InOU the arsenals Saturday evening popularConcerts'
te w -orldw," Cle' said. !lmuch this,ewason, with Andre fthtela-
_- ,ly..t a 9 ey t eate etz conducting, f"W pr lso.
/ season and Kostelanet 0d been
with a. nuclear war-. retained to conduct them.
S.h:.sLd "It would In trhth The Idea of the empetS fs to
t1.6-ab.soute impo seek out new aud iencemsd'ia up
-. j.S, 1e t atisuch nof ar uwhoanar t a
. t ow e ha h oret fa ans
II +.+ v*onger~ menesalkwu C~

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as yet learned the appeal of sym-
phonic musie. The uperipaimtsl
concerts to date habs- ]
lng room 'only audMia.
'Dui a e taate .

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ThQUULES GALORE CREET 1966-aby New Year's work tacarn f oqt hio m ti1
Year left plenty of Important unfinished t ss to cope with. Above Nebmp Im
mMt w the w tor's troubles appear. in every other postwar ye, ree o.
rally agrme that the roots of mosn troubles stem wtro tthe Savist s.

Panama Line

Mid-A'r Collision involves P

Plane Of Dodge Heiress

-- CINCINNATI, Jan. 13 (UP) A resident Um
Rey. Thaddeus Machrowica, A TWA airliner d a DC3 air- munity nearest the
(I- Ich.), Ihs among 4be iSpas. plane owned by an heiress of double crash and W
sengeri scheduled to s a i Ifor the Dodge motor fortune colUd- 'shook every house itt -
New York Saturday aboard t hee In flight theAP crashed in Detective Sort
SS Panama of the Panama Line. 11ames near here yesterday, kill- Kentucky Sfatte pol lo
Accompanied by Mrs. Machro- Ing all 15 persons aboard the two the first orfltWas of .
wiC apwl a party of friend, t h e aircraft. reported bodies and A
congressimansarrived here on the Trans-World Airline officials two planes Wre sea tael
Panam; Wednesday on a ,round said the twin-ergined Martin 208 ly.
trip tour from New York. had just taken off from Greater Crigler sah! the alh *
Two passengers are booked to Cincnnati Airport in Bo onee the top of a hill and
sail for Port-au-Prince Hait i. Country, Ny., just across the 'into a wooded ravine, ls
They are Mr. and Mrs. 'M. Jen- Ohlo River from here. It was en hundred-yard trail of ws
ner. ioute to Dayton, Columbus and While only Buckleraw
The complete advance passen- Cleveland, Ohio. The twin-en- "tal collision, Criglet ai ,-
ger list. for New York follows: gained DC3 was en* route- from heard -the ntaea colude
Commissioner, and Mrs. Harold jturgls, Mich-, %o Lexington, Ky. rushed from ibl house In
C. Arnold; Mr. and Mrs. NathanIt was to stop t Lexington toto watch them, fall.
H. Bertstrom; Musa E. Bro won; pick up socla ly prominent Mr. "I ran out id ka w 6ei.
r.oa M rg;, Hare boyb l and Mrs. Frederick Van Lennep, 4te ship still in the alr' ,lpo
H. el; '.Mrg ae i v- owners of captleton Farms har- 6I" got back to the field #i .'
and i r. and Mrs. August F. neo horse stables at Lexington. ix minutes, and saw ax
Catherine 0 r e e k; Mr. a n d Mrs Van Lennep is the former Partsof o the were
Mrs. Nathaniel Gross; Mr. a n d Frances Dodge heiress to the aound .
Mrs. Donald Huthins Water P. Dodge auto estate. The ple Te
Jatkoe; Rev. Jerome Juachewicz; was to have taken the Letips e rl' jr
Mr. and Mrs. Lawren .Kobhlman;, to Del Ray, Fla. round. a,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A, Lee, 0Capt.- J.. W. _Qu F

Mt. sand "rs. Ro1k C..heter- The -t I.r.cag
s; Mr. and Mrs. )Ienry C. Py- slim 4, s le co- t
tell; Mary Rosse Judge a.nd pilot t lleAghier, both of
Mrs. Frank G. Sc b e mansk I; aturgia, Mich. The DCv carried RM*, Z-B
lyde Shriebel; Mr. and M r s, no passengers. ,
Walt Shedlow and two children; Witnesses said the two lani
Prof. and Mrs. Franz Schrader; collided at about 500 feet. (as L. IHt
Mr. and Mrs". m. C Skiles; Mr. typical, gray, overcast winter Zit. P T.m .
aen Mr. Benjamin Smith; a nC d da Y.Causeaofothe
Airs Wrank.S d a iday. cause of the crash was not ney, _Lewiston, x o
AUce wa~rer. ____d_ determined. The Civil Aeronau- Sobul, COlumoua, ptauley .t
-_ __- __ Ilcs Adrinlstratlbn began an in- Whartoj, Ottawa, OQL n
New Lec re S erbs -- estatlo+n. _____Cao _
W The airport control tower, h- o*
.. ,anY MCwhich had no contact with the sLIaL..C O 'PtlB t
TA aldrst A. l i A a DCe 3 heard only a few alarmm& aouU=.fme ,u u .. ,
|n Mrs.ean a in m an words from the pilot of the TWA Led IL
Several outstanding leaders line before the crash. The tow- ea ers O y IK .
a .been se. red to speak t a er said visibility was 700 feet at _..
w lecture series at the Basboa ground level and about a mile Will Run Aain
VMCA-USO to begin Thursday, the air. "tWtrNGTON
Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. The course aIt look. to me like the DMOS Ok ,h-om ', -1
Is for six weeks and will cover and the airliner touched wings;" e, after ma Rnf Sc'an
the history of the New Testa- said Frank L. Buckler, a farmer National OOPIn-'
merit. whowitnepsed thq tragedy. ard W. Balt preditu
Speakers Include Lt. Gen. Wil- "The D1Ctook a nose dive and Elenhowe?< ,..S.
liam" K. Harrigan, Rev. Walker 1wet do.wan right then," Buckler in 195 ""
M. Adelrton, Rpv. J. C. McDul- 5ald. "'The airliner straightened lie
fie, Chaplain Robert B. Herndon, out and I didn't see it fall right Ok sh
Chaplaip Volg MU. Sink and the away, t1 'al m .T-
Rev. William H. Armstrong. The two Planes fell ,a mile a- MoKevwg
There is no charge for the part in wooded areas. Both e- Ta
course but students are request- ploded and burned. Wreckage 1 ing t iS
ed tO register at the Balboa the TWA plane was found on the "golg to bo N
_MCA-USO in advance or call Woodford Criglr farm about i.t c ata aaI
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on January 14, 1955 J6etwwen the houras'of-4tlj
and 6 a.,. in the following section -""
Avenue Eloy Alfaro between Los Saintos i4 '$i
of November Streets. .r .
All of 3rd of November treet.
All of 22 East Street bia. s
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constantly working to imfprow y i r
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we( p' T' da Both Justus and arber n
a iv up m om at a w ItUar witth e p tfaire
SM9tured t e 11-ton D in ure hunters w hbav
ot monster of a Geor- i livea ld fohmu o -an
Siveor' sns a Miami biasi- easeful quests of aunken bt
a.' But they insist their t
I inventor, J. WV: astus, and wl b O hit-andomiss affair.
manufacturer. arden Bar- P ear, Barber hea-poured ove
b 'son wji moiemt their huge reports, and .books in brre
4i ng apparatus on deep ap mti W trnr
Joelto go after booty oan tho likely to be unad.
hav recovered a lot of "We will werk three four-
i n IDhalow water,V Barber crews ain the bell around
t they n't work effec- cloak," be sayL "some of
$t depths of over 00 feet." wrocks we will go after have
their apparatus, he added, on the ocean floor four or
ta probe depths of 1,000 hundred years and will prob
be encrusted with coral."
Chamber, originally The hunt wll start off the I
bye Jutus -to rescue men ida Keys, and, if successful,
aboard sunken subma- spread cut to any areas wl
is 15 feet hih, tubular- deep water booty is known to
.. With stee*hblled sides 11 Berber said that an example
tick and designed to with- wrecks that have lain In wat
pressures at a depth of 5000 deep for divers to salvage is
l Spanish galleon "Santa Re
which sank hundreds of years
I a de'the rebot monster is an o the Florida K s with 301
control rom large noug 000 In Aztec gold bcard.
tour-man crew. The chamber
propel itself underwater on the Another 76,000,000 in pirate
of a cable.by means of pro- is lying 40 miles off PensaeoL
-ime installed on its sides. a sunken ship of the famous .
werful lights and sonar will La Fitte, Barber added. The
ate the sunken object, Barber treasure hunters have maps
id. Thpn a 12-foot movable boom intng other spots where
atwobig clamshell doors will richer prizes are lying.
traay the sunken ship's hull. "We're sure this is going
pct any treasure Jus- work," Barber said.
Sadded "the boopn will pick it -
and well return to the surface."
tus said he got the idea for
underwater robot in 915 whenTh
S was flashed that the
t Navys F-4 subma-
odi Pn Makes Jol Planes
gone down, trapping 81 M
Sthe goemn botten;. _
Sm i ,tthe b n BrMore Versa le
im, Ala., during the I SN's
.have it rejected by Navy
After World War us BALTIMORE, Md. (UP)
irhtit to Miami and be- ne of America's fastest jet pli
im teIatlons and modifications can back up! On the ground,
: It or hunting treuures. 15.
a"u it for hunt treasures.Is- The Air Force's Air Resea
: and Development Ccmmand
FULL DRESS announced installation of a
SPRIGFIELD, Ma. (P verse thrust" device in a Repu
PItC sFIELD, Mass. (UP) F4-4F Tbunderstreak, listed as
to lists driving into John in the "650 miles per-hi
service station tget gas- pu" class..
did a double-take. Joffe Reverse thrust's real purpose
a hia customers while inthe air, is as a brake to per
rmal dress, ncludng top riacontact with slower en
explained that he dressed aircraft or to slow a plane du
rate the sle o landing approaches, permit
gallon gas.steeer descent. On the go
reverse thrust can be used Inst
of wheel brakes cr parachutes
stop a plane's roll, thus pert
ting landings into shorter fle
ARDC said its Wright Air De
m nt Center, in an eo rime
had designed a bpilt
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SUNDA SUPPER PARTY .arital Headaches
s it easier for a marriage to
SBy GA yNO MADDOX survive hard times than under the
1 Fe"a e MStrange as it seems, a lot at
1 41*^" 1 P 0 4 & 6 .0 r o ra y s uip p er, a r U mx-o p l as w h o p u ll to g e th e r a s a n
W t ch o 0 t0 s 4 s alad is a welcom unbeatablee team when the going
I w r-. irtem. We learned to mae iAt i s rough start pulling apart once.
______R_ ___,___________ Califcrnia .at the home of friend ahey are on Easy Street. n
' '- ... A who entertain eaaly and warmly. In explainlag why she and her
98 1nmIMf husband were separating, Mrs. Ti.
grla a w( Potato Salad .a Purduan, wife of actor Edmund
s w. 1 M l(Makes 8 servings) Purdom who became a movie star
overnight due to a couple of lucky

S- Six poteotes, cooked (4 eups breaks, said:
84J- tubed), 1 onion, finely chopped, "We had four years of poverty
S- hard-cooked eggs, sliced, 1% and misery and we clufg together
W*a. .-a,_ w n ^ _O s u ,oups chopped celery, 1 cucumber, like babes in the wocds. But when
l ,r wrt fomani dised. 1e teaspcone salt, V4 tea- Ed became successful it all
be Hai Oni--rrrl ll I"h* At ''x agaba a^ g^uwI..s Sppon paprika. changed."
oI by h aaob ft a"0 /,,- ... .... t o Success comes more slowly ip
I.b "Bof"' I .W b y-r i ':% B nm.- 5 *WN"*t"be 1 Combine all ingredients. Sprin- most places than it does in Holly
mg h p II m bmne pater.a-yt kile with c up French dresag wood. But even when it comes
E^.gg-B's If ._th^_,j ... sa and chill for 4 to S hours. Just gradually, couples often lose t he
"tke vM.[ L- _'S L e before aviwg, add enough may- closeness they had when they were
...1___.. -- I . __onnaise or salad dressing to mois- struggling together.
..... r t'-- ita Sa Lodge No.K t'n. Mix caretuly. Perhaps this wouldn't happen a i
spo on-w Wews 's 13, .O. of MF.I. wffl ld jtseoften if, instead of training to St
IinA .t.r U rp; aMf r"lr aeti toLorow. All Gatle Bread to the top cf the ladder without a
111. _ieb- _wouan's 4 r meOU bers are ured to attend. backward glance, a couple would
t aF55 ra.teiv r .-met at t4hemofIt jM i Mice 2 peeled cloves of garlic cause at each point along the way.
u p. I Imr ohW r i. ~sy, Cutue_ eights with The secretary wihe. to remind and ream into cu butter or hey can look back ever the d.is
in the Fe Room of the Ivoli rs. rank ap W ..1 so-hE 5 memibors that thi wj) 'b the mnar pine. 'Slice a loa of French tance they have come together and
Guest House late yesltet after- On Thursday for u ert card fr- t eetihg for the year 1955 bread in .-inch slices not quite say to each other, "Together we
nn, M f t C la ... pa dt matters of great importance through to the bottom crust, have come this far-and together
of ,, w d mtWith s *w .lowi- : adto tn will be discussqd. pread slices With garlic-flavored we can go even further."
forPa-,a dailies and fo;'guests attended: Mesdames L.- -W frhr
.., uPaft dailies and r ..et J.Quinlan, .rani ae Lr 0 utter. Sprinkle wit h grated Unless they learn how to share left
Tad lW4,eatW R, J Qu %is eat b. ra.M.i er rarmesanecheee, if desired.) small successes along the way, Ge
a. 'eOd ...iA hi gtr- r w1il, Ll M. Kupitl, Wn 7..a estb Mreta denay a ,r b they may not know how to share
riw t j-aniard aimewprs8\l, j. A Wyetaw, L.,Jprioen8, The Estherree will meet on Place bread in a paper bag, or a big success if it should come
hbt!Mead'r he Cinat or4a- tL. Vahulmrn, G. 0. Parker, a. Ma ay evening, at the home of wrap in aluminum foil, and heat along.
-fdriua Oc'ernors GlenTplummer, t. Jenkins, C. Ste- Mrs. Clyde Flowers, 759 A, Bar- in a moderate oven until heated
S.-dcertmh bad Jult L. Schley, ies, W. A. Daniels. N. Womack, neby St. through-10 to 15 minutes. Serve So it isa wise young couple who
adfod to'e- to* (t theI. i-'.'anut ofin' t, .....- at once. stops now and then to take credit
r, e 01i0, E. Eing.i, 0. N. ,1IC Mrs. John Boswell is co-host-, as a team for what they have ac-
ner apd Robert P.B u li Leap, L. D. Bo.ey, W. C. es; Mrs. P. F. Helton if in Hot Southern Barbecue Sauce complished.
S. Merchant. .. h charge of program. (YieMd: 2% caps) There is no reason why a couple
Oan M laews, who # The next meeting will be held who can-pull to ether in bad times,
Sm nwmm pret ona RB a z atWir Memorial ... a. Three-quarters cup fresh lemon can't learn to share success.
vrits to the 1~i-i OK Baboa p.m. wi t bwmh Lodge j uice P hot sauceone thivd_-------
tyim chpirmlan, S siettAnt Mrs. L. M. iupl and W, C. WWlMudt Tuesdaye uice cup hot saue,, one third up
Sra tAm X erwchwt as hoees. win CanalRebe. g W0 orvinegar, %Mcupwater, i Florida U To Aid
mbBk, C. = son_,N- o.-I*i--l- l w""_hold their r e gul.ar tablespoons brown sugar, 1i tea- .
M.i W1111 11W ine i. lowing a Johnny. az .t.- 'IPS unit,' 1 teaspoons w-Agriculture
Lat dSa m4 .t the flwm a 6; mm tered dry youstard, 2 teaspoons Rica
,i aiI he Aa 15.~paprik., % teaspoon ground blckS A I RICt
tf.-l-lr o P. ~ of btr r a Mnar; oftr. epper cupmargar e WASHINGTON, Jan. 13 (UP)
S e~wart J. w L of Balbo as The Foreign Operations Ad-
S4 .auw r t i Justie; Williaum f Keller, Eme Oak M Combine" anll iedlents. Hat .h.lstration today announced
MWS -to a it Aaco- ataerM of CerOf Balboa Eblen Club 4 wil only to boiling point. Use as the lgng of a tiree-year contract H
Aebe4 J. Strau7 P, lmd it regutlr mothy mUng basting sauce for barbecuing IM under which the University of
i i nia. .. i '.eretary-taaur-; at 1:0 p.m. at the Elks Cln on types of meat and poultry. Florida wll help strengthen agri-
WWiA able, of DiAblA La Beca &bad. u ltual research in Costa Rica.
m1 WihamJ Ot '. le Sli ; Clarence -- FOA eatiAted cost of the
Patuxent Pai ri XItaer of 40t. es Maom al; R'fleabow moeete" an Peavy project at $18%0oo.
Z' :. T -' a,- J. a.s f a1Sboa rist l aTet cyVcl ine lUnder the contract, nine, unl-
w cthe birth of t thr f~tM a Capt. of to guard; and Albert 11a10le 01 mPe Iv C ersity technician and four
m~ onRo betit iMarry on, i gare, of Balboa, a r P Miss J Iolserson, WorthyPatent Awarded Lshort-term specialists will be
Ft,,-I.."4a i ng o -."rs w : dtoh,; .. ,s nrthyr Patnt Awarded ent to Costaca. .Thewillad I
T I,( & Co. rd j. flasDeputA visor, isp e tothereg
sooi t aweteas ated .J as Ad rm et o vise the Central American na-

C Tth wileir some a s fr" Gave sut- nea metn whc will relude and Co. Inc. of Tetracycline, th* t Co RETURNED-
oi .p C. Fr'hn^ eeeet efffers for h com- newest broad-tpectau. antbro- .
So BalboGrand Moarch, assisted by Hey- uar mot ofic, was announced oday in htof Critobal Neb. (UP)
$dotN,--ewisd' imarf .. ...o- Assembly Va. ( der of the To P zer & Co. t o& how to set up agrioul-

SW t* gazette of the U. Patent O- P Anderson recently receivedrt-
o.om. o*,meoittRabow.for Girls, to be. held tural, research activities.
e m, s...S w.,ra ,,t,. ... euysonic Temple at 7p.m.. busl- issue of a patent to Cha.. Pfl.. IUi

v a w of BalboA, as Monarch. n Ltrmtic, was announ ed to day in theROdREGE Neob. (UP)
Gazettreofrenhe J proteentdOf- it.nP.-Anderson recently received
l e ._ . ld' f At8 ., m a after the ete a ice. o B Pam all package in the mail eon-
S"W. SeaS t t s. Penny Social will ho hbeI-Wat "tilmU g.the fraternity pr. he
her r, Temp. -- and ic.he-,e, holds .A r erI-hme o tunime iii
e raTRsand Mhelles DiEn tih of ur banq t hall with Rosali- The patent nlude8 lat years ago It return
hatu.da, .. yn- Episcopal uict of 0 u F emcens teae. Ma ret s 0 yer ag. t eturned[db
S"" ,' r', .L t irman. z ovein"the manufacture thany, Mo., woMrn who
*e bA. ild. il Ao S iits 71, a ndl 59it io tle n e. Ti opets"d c
e4 wo.k to JLs star- t^.vahiinMout eratoflF Stars andlmplteil r accpRnc broutt the organic z mc

ot..tdthe ,i o S, eveningn. TheBP f businessW oftho andaa me of-tin t P tath oo L
mnn- the cupli et e the spat year p d rthe anu .. aenivn eub d he .....aie. eaieon to in and fati o -ln aalAnr A

s siin- ye" f i t *. w, es' acause 1, biott I ons eht agingt doIes -. nee be.- n /eti
t eme sad60 *"Nne Mr.long 1 or o. ees favor. c saasfot
M o oD r 1 to u c o- o *oss Abwa '

"awgrlna't. SIr. t ltsS V mo ..ted was Dr. w ualea t attendthe soo-n unae the ttheand of a soeiries__MONSOON
W. b |_ThWlm IF.'LApoek,10 eI!, owithtow raan dltm o dall y ifited tO FdTern itiftereferenceprooiedgins
.i S A e ofK. Ct of reratoy Federal t which delayed the e of the
ta .mold or. The Fa Froacey, L Mat C, -j,,c Ldge Meetiag Ipatent. i

1,i Dow wa t I Keori M. F. Geae, eenaer- CTeofficers ofri J1tic - -'
Sa. $ awat, oha Ba A. Orr *nd J. C- For tended period of time m Ml
t l w *. e re Ui O room of the Pacriefic tetracycline, a discovery ofPtera

9 6 .nsoe treIrrod to ftnaa !of the Church ofuahSsviorr a.r-
Co' Smx Center at 7:30 tomorrow reach, Is an Important new
S. we p re: J evening ,addition to the field of anti-
S.T. Dita, w alternates biotics in the fight against In-
ns ,van&, 0 ck Carso aiid yNfs M.C.ections disease. Marketed by -
S-Dr, L J AyCOK, To t At Chiva Pfzer under the trade name of i *
SThe building committee I .t- Local5 5 of the National ed- rac t isfinding ineas-
Sto trted m er- o Federal Eploys wl Ing acceptance by the medical
on the now Chch Of S t. MR- meet at 7:$o p.m. atthe Chiva profession in the treatment of a
iu rat in Margarita on Br as1 Chiva Clubhouse. wide variety of Infection
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AXWORKS DIPLOMATIC WONDER-French Premier Meodes-raew hld the *o
t, President Eisenhower, Sir Winston Churchill, President Rene Coty of ra=co, aop
orgi iMalenkov of Russia wax friendly in a tableau at the Qrevin Wax Museum, Par, l
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Wtirma, a Mt. IATFORD, Capow. (UP) ther favite toys-own their favorite
aeaa SOIII e. ...ade e kely this favorite is
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and Children DentiatrY.
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FOR SALE:-Norge refrigerator,
25-cycle 8-cu. ft., in excellent
condition $85; Zenith radio, In-
ternational, 6 wave bonds, like
new $45. Call 82-2182 days;
87-2136 evenings.
FOR SALE: Because of trip,
bedroom and living room furni-
ture. Also piano, $100. Lamps,
"pollero," etc. 43rd Street No.
18, Bella Vista.
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FOR SALE:-Dining room set, 6
chairs; Guatemalan mahogany &
rope living room set, 6 pieces (3-
piece settee, 2 chairs, 2 end ta-
bles, I coffee table) ; small desk;
typewriter; Beoutyrest d o u b I e
bed; lamps; bookcase with heat-
ing element; kitchen t a b I e, 2
choirs; rugs; Quartermaster bu-
reau and chest of drawers; drapes,
etc., etc. All ot sacrifice. Mrs.
Mc ry McCarthy, Curundu 2129-
B. Phone 5235.
FOR SALE:-One 25-cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator; one 25-
cycle fan (16"); 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,
$75; baby rocker, car seat, elec-
tric sterilizer; 2 oil paintings by
M Ernesto. Phone Curundu 83-
4181 after 4 p.m., Apt..573-E.
FOR SALE:-7.2-cu. ft. deep-
freezer, 60-cycle, excellent con-
dition. Call Navy Pacific 2362.
SELLING OUT: Refrigerator,
divan-bed, choirs, beds, chest of
drawers and other misc. items.
ParGiso 4-649.
FOR SALE:-Quartermaster bed,
Commissary mattress, knee hole
mahogany veneer desk, dining
chair. Good condition. Leaving
country. Phones 2-2476 or 2-
3469. House 1515 Akee, Balboa.
FOR SALE:--Living room & 25-
cycle washing machine. Can be
seen between 2-4 p.m. at Qtrs.
312-B, Ft. Cloyton. Phone 87-

ATTENT10 & T en-
agers! For beginners and ad-
vnced ballroom dance classes,
Registration will be Tu esIday
through Friday 3 to 3:30 p.m.
Balboa YMCA & after 5 p.m.
Panama Hotel Studio. 18V/-hour
lessons and Free dance book. All
for only $10.00. HARNETT ft
NEW Ballroom dance classes will
start Saturday, Jan. 15th, at Bal-
boa YMCA for pre-teens & Teen-
agers ONLY. Call mornings Bal-
boa 2-4239, after 4 p.m. Pana-
ma 3-1660, Suite 11l. HAR-

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4b Central Ave.
Pique Leewve 7 Street
160 Central Ave.

149 central Ave.

80 Street No. 8
J, Fco. de la Oun Ave. No. 41

Via aFpafa No. 34

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 Boca, to the on-
nex at the rear of the Pacific
Service Center, Ancon. Office
hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thurs-
day & Friday from 6 to 8 p.m.
The Finest Fair of Fifty- iv
opens tomorrow at 5 p.m., CU-

FOR SALE: Radio. transmitter
art 13 operating on 25-cycle with
microphone and variac. Cristobal
SALUD! means more than a good
drink when it is before the fire-,
place in the charmingly decorat-
ed and comfortable lounge of El
Panamonte Hotel, Boquete, R.P.
The cheerful fire takes the edge
off the nignt cold, too. Reserva-
tions by air mail or telegraph.

FOR SALE:-Triumph Tiger 500
c.c., good running condition,
$200. See at 5066-A, Diablo.
Phone 2-1451.

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

Wanted to Buy
tires, suitable for reconstruction.
NAL, S.A., No. 47 Peru Avenue.
Rhone 2-0406.

WANTED:- 60-cycle Geerator,
approximately 500-watt capoci-
ty. in good condition. Tel. 5-59.

Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid. Must know
how tp cook, and general house-
work. Call after 7 p.m. Cristohol
WANTED: English speaking
maid, general housework, care of
children, some cooking. Live in.
Coal after 5 p.m. 84-3130.

Boats & Motors


FOR SALE: --Portable compres-
sor, with 25-cycle motor and hose
$30. House 6452 B: Comaron
Street, Los Rios. '

Hospital Patients

Often Child-Uke,

Divrlmlnid Sac
w~w~uvuw~ue wi

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -(UP) If
you complain about everything
bureau while hospitalized, you're just act-
Amer- ing like a child and doctors won't
Amer- hold it against you, a medical
group group was told.
meet- Elton, B. McNeil, assistant pro-
rough- fessor of psychology at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, told a meeting of
hospital administrators and ac-
eteran countants that the "basic reaction
ad the to hospitalization is fear."
traffic "Being distressed, anxious and
Miami apprehensive, the patient regress-
s title se to childlike behavior," he said.
s-spe- "The things he would normally
shake off and disregard become is.
oral sues of central importance for
oral, him."
ded as That's why, McNeil said, hospi-
SMia- talks should resign themselves to
)1 Old regarding most adult patients as
a 25- children rather than adults.
o has "It is impratical, if not impos-
Anager sible, to set about changing hu-
man nature," he said.
if Cin- Most complaining patients don't
rn in aim their criticism at doctors and
red to nurses because they represent
and "comfort and survival," McNeil
ehools. said. He said hospital administra-
rniver- tors were the most popular targets.
"And, it is true," he said, "that
the better the patient begins to
n both feel. the louder his complaints be-
epart- come. -
ast at "

SAmer-lanes Use Zippers
n half
S To Prevent Leakage
where NEW YORK (-UP)- The ver-
inager satile zipper has been put to a
new use-giving an added measure
iean's of protection against high-altitude
ention leakage of liquids in the baggage
rapid of passengers on Lockheed's Super
nven- Constellation planes.
States Thirty-three panels in two low-
bureau er-fuselage baggage compartments
s with of each new Super Constellation
such are closed by pressure-sealing zip-
e tra- pers (developed by the B. F. Good-
other rich company Thus, the compart-
ments are afforded virtually the
Inter- same pressurization as the cabins.
pany's Cabin pressure at 33.000 feet alti-
Swho tode is roughly the equivalent of
y PAA be Insure at an attitude of 8,00
of bWet in a om-pnessurized plane.
.. .. coipartment liaern


past Santo Clara.. Low rates.-
Phone Balboa 2-1866.

WILLIAMS' Sarita 'Clara Beac
Cottages--rockgas, refrigeration.
2-bedroom. 'Phone Balboa 3050.

Phillipi.' Oceprnide cott age,. 1
Santa Clara. Box 435, 'Balboa.
Phone Pohaino 3-1877, Cristo-
bol 3-1673. '
SHRAPN L', furnished houses.
on beach at ?Sonto Clara. Tele-
phone THOMPSON, Balboa 1 772.
Gramlich's Sarnta Clara .Bach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rotes.. Phone Gambo

FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished 3-bedroom house, swim-
ming poor. Golf Heights. Avail-
able for--3 months.. Phone 3-
3069. .
FOR RgNT:--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:-Furnished chalet: 3
bedrooms, living room, dinin
room, kitchen, garage, maid's
room, 3 bathrooms. 18th and
50th Strets, Poitilla. Beginning
February 1st, for 2 or 3 months.
Phone 3-3390.
FOR RENT:--House'No. I 1,Ave.
Jose Gabriel Duque (La Crests).
Apply Irene Santos at House No.
9, alongside.
FOR RENT:--Small chalet: giving
#room, dining room, kitchen, bed-
room. Suitable for one or two
persons. Inquire 50th Street No.
6, downstairs.

FOR SALE:- 1950 Cadillac 4-
door "62," w/s/w tires, excel-
lent condition. Must sell. Leaving
for U.S. Call Balboa 2-3697.
FOR SALE:-)1950 Cadillac, Hy-
dramatic, good radio, new bat-
tery, new interior, $250 below
dealer's price. House 53, Cristo-
bal 3-2573.
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:-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.
SEDAN 4D, good tires, in A-I
1952- 1951 1950 FORD SE-
DAN. In excellent mechanical
4 Cylinders; 1951 MORRIS
CONVERTIBLE. Excellent condi-
Motorcycle: HARLEY DAVID
SENMAN, Te!s. 2-2616, 2-4966,
Panama, R. P.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Ford Tudor
with radio $350; 1919 Ford V-8
sedan, radio, $350. 752-A Bal-
boa Rood, Balboa. Phone 2-3221.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Powerglide 4-door sedan, clean,
$950. Phone Clayton 6183.

ATIIIWN4.ON ..1 Just b u lt
modem furnishd apartments I.
j otnarooh .. twd wat. te.

FM RENT.-Furnlhad and un-
furolshed 2 & 4-bedroom aoprt-
ments, Contact Alhambre 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

Apartments '

FOR SALE:-1951 Morris Oxford
$485. Phone 3-5504 Parnma.

IOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker
port coupe, vary good condition.
Consider elder cof in trade, or
.will self. See at Shore Patrol
Headquarters, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-- 954 Bel-Alr Chov-
roet 2-door, like new. Phone

Real Estate
FOR SALE:--Furnished house in
Santa Clarm: 8000 meters fenced
land, opposite Williams Cottoges.
Inspect any week end. Terms ar-
ranged: N. Hadstate, 'Navy 3295
or 2488.
Lot in Los Curmbres for lot -in
Golf Heights, Paitillo or El Cri-
grejo. HALMAN, Via EIpaolo No.
.1, Phone 3-0382.

Jdil bs Big Mystery PM Est ing
AM| 1iMARINELA )D, Pia. (U) -
Almost every fisherman in Florida A rup Tr
a waters is familiar with the big A W i o
: in L( n-im aI~ lighting tarpon O which attract A
sportsmen from all overhe world, ure A am
R- ,(-IUP)- The oldest but nobody seems to know much:
ah aide of the Atlantic about tarpon before they attain
s8oth erand their great e. A travel and convention b
J itso 6 thyear ta. Curator F. G, Wood, Jr., of Ma. s being created by Pan
rSl.-n as w ht ..oe ta marine Studios here recently found a ican Wprld Airways' Latin j
i?-k6ately .O used to number of small tarpon, only three lean Division to facilitate
-which stands.. f..or to three and 'ee-halt inches long, air travel to international
l. s de Colombia ior a pond het'. 'e could not re- wings and other events thr
.est a.irlin ay-. member ever seeing any of the out the hemisphere.
I dest airline any-1 "slevr kin" that small an de-
aoll-.nd's KLM ided to do a bit sof research. Philip Biefert, a PAA v
first. Wood said that Dr. C. M. Breder of 18 years service, will hei
Sof the American Museum of Nat- bureau in Pan American's I
Wis ... a creation of e- ural History described baby tarpon and sales department at
World War I had end "bly two inches 'found near International Airpoit. Hi
Colomb.i een, d sanibel T land on erida's Gulf lis superintendent of sale
la .n experience Coast. Dr. .Breder also hatched cial events.
Sboom, and its many fishlets fro m what he believed
0 rivers and fewprta were tarpon eggs but they .Al Siefert (of 1436 Dorado,
m d u aspobem s hrank and died1 ae, r about three Gables) Is being succeed
me in about d sad that e tery is station traffic manager at
1d- capital for an ar-Wood ,sd that one mystery is ml by Murlin Arner (1154
Ss p ad wf tthat a 1 l the very mall tar- tler Road, Coral Gables)
enm. During its first year, ". ,w1 c0 1 --ted from, year veteran of PAA wh
Slinked "only three Colea d.., l=. pondg The eight yoqng been a senior station ma
i"edlyar e e i i. fish fsh found here were seined from in Miami.
s t B s AM pond that connects with an in- Both Siefert, a native of
aTlOir J 41 let only during the very highest ennnati, and Arner, bo
rS 850 k of freight tiMs of the yeat. Morganville, Kansas, mov
lr ..TA He saidM are able to breath Miami in early boyhood
'li as SCADTA r and are not de- were educated in Miami 5s
rs a mbined n sMO wt a on xygen .in the water. i8efert also attended the U
s me and became AVI-I Thus they would be able to survive sity of Florida.
ein such L ponds, but the period in
t JCA services more 'the life of a tarpon from three 8iefert. who has served i
J* n a ma -i "has days after hatching until it attains accounting and traffic d
E f-flhts a week'trom the length of two inches is still a ments of PAA, also held p
S Yto York andfour mystery. Port of Spain, Trinidad, an
3 to Europed Tere Wood only three of the eight Juan. Puerto Rico.
p! twice-a-week cargo run t ny tarpon he caught survived. Arner, who Joined Pan
. l The staff is aving them great lean in 1929 as a mehe
1 a.pin"s are now used care, hoping s ey will some day helper, has seen service in
fne including three S. graduate to the giant tank of the a ozen Latin Amreican
Ntonm,M and a e wl oceanarium. tries, Including Jamaica
mts Ubeing built for the he was former station ma
a M..ta planes carried W d 64 and later director.
g amilGe r pae.Wngers de,64 Creation of Pan Amer
Spou.o *eW&iiC W k new group travel and conv
g oa.8:1S Retired PC Worker, bureau stems from the
c w 4 $Z. growth of international cm
SDies In Clinic ons both in the United
and Latin America. Thae bI
Ge Wade. a retired Pan- will provide PAA station
I CMal employee, died last advance 0prmatUon on
Sth* e i@ag*ic Calnc meting a il help arrange
(UP) Whe an Ilaes of about el, hotel, k hteeing and
SC.Ievs ae three months. He was M YOM services eW delegates.
old .. -- f groups, such as
SaeM~-~wis Mr. Wade, a Barbadian., sur- naonal Harvester Comr
a vd W V 1 wif,, ad enmtest winners
I"da fter ehildre. Al Am* l to Nassan b
least = gMtor's party
F 4 0

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FO1R RENT: Apartment with er for
electricity. 12th Street # 46, San rose r
Francisco. rgaode
FOR RENT:-Apartment to par- ties o
ty who buys furniture. Reason- line tl
able price. Leaving Isthmus. Juan the di
B. Sosa Street No. 12, Apt. 6. garden
ed rox
FOR RENT: Apbrtment, Bidg. Thr
No. 14, Apt. 2-C, Tivoli Avenue, be rel
one block from Ancon Post Of- sion c
fice. Phone 2-5327. ever-
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom opart- cuplie
ment, living root, dining room, mer t
kitchen. 13th Street, Son Fran- Thea
cisco, Via Porras No. 16. Spraa|
Mi are
FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bed- earmas
rooms, living room, dining room, ing. T1
Independent, Son Francisco. Tel- is the
phone Balboa 1464. sightly
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- sje
ment. Armed Forces neighbors, tee
regular transportation, moderate "We
rent. Phone 3-0471. 'tempt
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- have
ment, gas stove, Frigidaire. Via compa
Espaf(d, house before Juan Fran- "The
co. Cerem
Dec. 4
FOR RENT piece,
Rooms West
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur- nation
nished room. double couch, Ice- The ol
box, kitchen cabinet, stove, both to gvi
and private entrance. 52nd St. ging
No. 3. Phone 3-0638. nyeaing t
FOR RENT: Furnished room, d
private entrance, private both, as
for a couple, electric Frigidaire, But f
$50. Phone 3-1648. p ate

Another Democral ag

Elected To Congress
The Democratic National Con-
gressional Committee today hail-
ed election of a Democrat in
Florida's special congressional
election Tuesday as a continua-
tlon of the Democratic trend
established in 1954.
Committee Chairman Michael
J. Kirwan in a statement saId
that he 1954 ballong showed thb
American people believe "the In-
terests of the nation are beat
served by a democratically-cM-
trolled Congress."
In the specl election, Demd-
crat Paul RogeM of West Palm
Beach, FIa., dete patlig
J. Herbert Burke of Holywood
Rogerta snecatW hiW father, Ike
late Rep. Dwight L. Rogers (D-
Kirwan said In eengratiatbis
Rogers that the isee -ta tne
special election wre wUel-de-
ied. "T Republicans m d
every effort to emaphe, 4itl

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:Garden Bymes Urgs Preservtion O Mixed

A'den club wants __ _
EstabUh a 27-acre -
igrdhen ee r e OOLUM IA, J8 n. 13 (s) U f or the last
endor to. the A 8s -0eO. James I f. Ayrne predict-Ia- s lturte U go ,
rry blssoms. d today, in what was believed ln d, "I amake no e"o
mac Rse Society l his last statement as a public mendation as te what should be
the garden encircle Te ffal, that It will take !he: dene about our public schools be-
leting pool in Potoac Supreme court another year to cause I do not sme bho you can
on mthe Lncol and hand down an enforcement de- Intelligently legislate on that.
would be display ecree. to end school segregation. fubjeet until the Supreme Court
rly first award an Byrnes urged the South Caro- as Implemented its decision."
rose selections, aot U na OGeneral Assembly to adopt Ordinarily, Byrnes added, the
e prima donnas rf the a special committee recommen- high court would remand the
d and' also a "glamour daton that laws be passed to put Clarendon C^unty segregation
featuring beautiful van- control of schools in the hands case, one of a series involved in
ses. More plants would of local boards and end corm- the historic ruling, to a district
reflecting pool. Outside pulsory school attendance as court in South CarolIna or a
y area would be stately preliminary steps toward preser- decree in accordance with the
f shrub and old-1ashion. nation of mixed classes. master decision.
The governor, who retires
r one thorny problem to Tuesday at the age 'of 76, has ~I do not see how there could
ed before this zby vi- been a vigorous foe of the May .be a final decree by the district
become a reallY, how- 17 Supreme Court ruling against court before next fall, and I-
ch of the land is ow oe- segregation. Even before the high would not be surprised if the
g "temporary" govern- court acted Byrnes sponsored delay in the Supreme Co ur t"
dings. legislation to authorize the leg- should result in delaying a. dis-
squat, grey "tempos" lIlature to strike the public school trict court decree for a year," he
during World War IIprovision from the State Con-said. "
whichh always had been stitution. J
I for ,awn and landecap- gouth Carolina, Mississippi and Byrnes said the segregation
oe-lovers imsis that now Qeorgia all have taken s t e p s question is still the biggest prob-
ae to prune out the un- toward ultimately turning them in of the state, compared to:
dangs .. schools ever to private operation which all are "trivial."
West wohtma 2lt thei-rso a last resort-- to preserve, "In trying to solve it," he said,
Wist' Otomatc coa mit- their traditional race separa- you will have my deepest sympa-
uld get rid of the ugly tion. thy and my earnest prayerv"
It's a shame we don't
tatioaal rose garden to
with those li n uVoe.
umittaes held a symblie
in West Potomac Park
plant a "golden master-
new hybrid tea rose.
ras a token planting,"
I. "We have to be the
for the garden."
ital has bow without a
rose garden lance 1 .
otomac roe garden had
sy to a new bridg span-
Potomac River. Foralne
tonal Capital Parks has
for the garden as somet
"tOD are uprooted.
'r*Uts must
for the temporary bukl 4

ow can divide air lu
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Guizado Cops,
(COtinued free v )
GuizaO o said that.i was hoped
the suspension of 9frtaln, con-
atitational rights wad be .ever-
before the Jan. 25 target date
set for signing the Instriumet.-
(The 10-day suspeonaon of
five guarantees voted by tbi s-
sembly on Jan. 3, the day after
the assassination, was extended
Tuesday night for another 10
days). I
It was noted that if the treaty
were to be signed w while the
guarantees are suspended, it
might be charged that the pop-
ulace had not had sufficient op-
portunity to make its opinions
When the treaty Is signed, the
President said, he will transit
it folthwith to the Assembly for
consideration of its ratification.
Gulsado asked Public _S e
Minister Inocencio O 0almo to
report on the progress o tithe
Pan American Highway.
Gallndo said work started to-
day at 7 a.m .on paving the ine
mile link between Rio HIato .t4
Anton. Completion is expected
during the month of July. 'he
contract Involving almost $400,-
000 was let some weeks ag.
Contract was let today to the
firm of Vallarino and Arlag for
paving a three-and-a-half..mIe
ink of the highway in the Prov-
ince of Chiriqul south of David.
The stretch is from Las Vueltas
to Puerto Escondido, and the a-
mount of the contract wa" In
the neighborhood of $300,000.
Besides cabinet members and
newsmen, other officials present
included M. Everardo Duque, di-
rector of the Colon Free Zone-
and Roberto Heurtematte, the e
new Comptroller General of the;
Republic. o
After the meeting, Minister of
Government and Justice Catali-
no Arrocha Graell was asked to
comment on reports that certain
persons the Investigators sought
to question had not cared to
answer because of their legisla-
tive, immunity.
Arrocha Graell denied thisand
said the Investigating Commis-
slon has not been denied the
right to question any person. He
added that whoever the commis-
sion wants to talk with will be
placed at its disposal.

Capitol Club

Wants Natiomai

ACOUSTICAL RESEARCH-- Al Bletterman of Panama
Corp. gets first hand data on the famous Olson speaker v
other high fidelity equipment from Dr. H. F. Olson, dlieto .
the Acoustical Research Laboratory at RCA's David Bar&
Research Center at Princeton, NJ.

Anti-Red Book Changes

Ike's View Of Ladejinsky

WASHINGTON, Jan. 13 -(UP) Tokyo when Congress put tho se
-President Eisenhower said to. posts under the Agriculture De .
day he was disturbed at first by apartment.
security charges against Wolf The Agriculture Depart me nt
Ladejinsky but an .anti-Commu. said it acted on the basis of in-,
nist book by the Russian-b o r n formation in the land expert's
land expert altered his opinion. State Department file. Secretary
The President told his n e ws of State John Foster Dulles said
conference, however, that For. afterward he checked 'the ease
eign Aid Chief Harold E. Stassen and found no reason to, disturb
would have to, be responsible for his deprtment'p clearace...
clearing Ladejinsky after Agri- Finally, Stassen hired Ladelbh
culture Secretary Ezra T. Benson sky for land-reform work in VI
branded him a security risk. He nam. Stassen's Foreign 0 p e r a-
conceded Stassen might have got- tions Administration .said. it h a d
ten a White House go-ahead to cleared the expert after a c oM-
hire the land-reform expert. plete FBI M investigation. '
He said he sees no present need The President in his first ack'
to set up a special commission to nowledgement that Benson to o
study the government's security up the case with him, said Ben-
risk program, as urged by sever- son showed him a summary of
al congressmen. Ladejinsky's file. He said he toel
The chief executive said the La. Benson the facts would a c a re
dejiusky case was an example of him, too.
honest men approaching the same Thet President added he got tb
problem and reaching different impression at the time that-.th .
answers. There were similar cas- Agriculture and State Depa ar t-
es every day but others were not ments felt the samee wMy sJt
6d highly publicized, he pointed the case. B3t he said-~he lUag ad
out. then studied the other side. *
Ladejlinky, a naturalized A- Later, he said, he discvv.red.
merican citizen, has been cleared Ladejinsky had written a- beo&k
repeatedly by the- State Depart- attacking communism. He i a d
meant. However, he was removed he thought this made what e
as U.S. agricultural attache uncalled a nice balance in the case.

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evaineutlr two silteDk"Buthow could I ohatete Holli slon. BALBOA 6:15 i a
Jr., 'nd -flea .to Lake Ta 'e wood?"' Lillian asked 6n M1 s n I The .eals have chosen well, Eric Williams farms hisb barley Am.rONflrmfn411f bi TAYL
to Dsei" tla ays with Die obweset. "I eamtehere when for W orpoe lad Is flat and right up to the barbed-wire' that '
and., uwra-1i worth. I an years old and I didlt omewbhat tiarhy, like Cape od, feaces off the U.S. base. He can EVEYTNINS YEOUI SEE K.lI @111-* Ti
Thi ex-lr. Ha, mey doubts re- leave until 1929. Hollywood was iaI iale-but-suitable for air-see the American airmen working MA t EuI ,
portf iat' rBus in I health. my life all, through the lorma tive f Idi peole, too, are I k e on the other side of .the fence. 1. 1
'a.sus ee w-wcn I talked Iyears. I guess' ta Just because N* e Eg ra. taciturn, bard-u "I never talk to them." h e says u m Ic
ie .. & *et -..pee the I tell the = I talk too freely." bitten..e. epingthe r own counsel. stoically. "They never talk. But I
Khe'day", se said. b If she's been criticed, a For' two years- the villagers do realize fully, I I k e everyone
S Lillian, "It's because I think have kept one'of the U iit ad else why they are here-and Pa Im I i
.46 Welaspuler Is wri ting motion picture medium Is so w.a ntateie most av guarded ae- gla they are."
i aages story about 'big 23 derful that ever picture X.o .ly .f A -o *&o voice is repVlt- -tag me. at b a e harbors Ede' h ar ththe ArV ex"mvn
y l frsceneswtwood ces est wst s rack a few w do bursts forth with t l rs eiworry is that t he .
a r..M& J Bickersm, SuLg- and fE e." a song at i ka 0i City in. t it' claimed os taoro the bombers pady to e on asome of I land e foaend turn it Intk *, pATH ECO,. .GAT. - "-
beleow-it -ve-MalM yo singreat UnisdanOfwhhMsn'tmad 5 t ta o uwe day, ors ao work as a s few 4ourV entice th a load ogairstripZ' ttIn-
n Ira- .. a A nn heridan, who biasn't inade' h elT i i ssdonally.. ue d ar bomb to stop Russian Then there is Fred Woods, the I ST .. .
A Irin -brained starlet over- a moviein 'over year, f he l ag ir one d s c g .andlorda of 1B On oh en of Sculthorpe's '*,,T _
bad a llotima.d ribecaf..ytas aaPn, aIthewtar t ir wii the pt ew two pubs, the Horse and Groom. Friday "VARIEY snow"
e s- - .... d 'e e slcisonr ,.. I.e te- a I weeks that this msmr has. been I'in all the time I've pulled
i' ensors don't scissor t oe M' II-u ft disclosed by U.S. Brig.-Gen. John beer hel" says .Woodi, "I can't
Sin the U.S.,_oviegoirn cus beli t er! cn D. Stevensonommding. -reme'heqng anyone s a, MARGARITA 6:15 3:15 CRIS f l
briefest costume yet In her i talian-, within alibt of Europe'a biggest base. Certainly no one hap evpr v yiL MAYO enilBI lS.
made "Courtesan of Babylon." atom-bombase-ad hav. kept talked abcut what it Is there for "SP T F SAAC SA
J t few peas here and the. ie 1 t iater ter mouths shut. and why." -WALTER MITTY" Tecmli or
-. .-.Im still gaspiMg after a peek atm M vie. 4,,,--.(6 yi One reason :tihe Americans ave .*
the still photographs. The village itself consisting of hit It off so well with the villag- Fri. "King of the Khyr m l ", F -KAN .AS
So .a Norman church, two pubs and era is that Sculthorpe has n *
SCOLUA VTDlonou.. mn, a line maui_ u around er forgotten the way 'the Yanks
i a1 Bervie.- for Aldo Ray to play'-Jett Rinkn j t ? ion mraar, into the .rink a adain g yn road, pitched in and helped during the PARISO 641 -iA:
iaGon rg e tevens "Ginat," There ned he-ma herO of Tue The w oldn't even ad- has undergone drastic changes. Iloodisaster of 1052. .On the desk "San e of The Crime" s ,,
reason or-Aldo's air of utter wco m cu -both onand offt ?en*tlt d t t0fl1red. 'Big, olive-drab U.S. trucks 110W of Col. Pavr M. Jones of Win-
w'i Just to prove could a een,-- w e the- l0itj- bers, not In, apoaltlon zoo down its narrow ne s, terms. Te., anod ster ..g silver

Swarbrn .. to .ello fr tra.i ia 4ea (Li fr'U -ired

Sa M dap e Butteflt c O tl-elc fMi l tchuy. 'dmtted W as i ways of me h ns.
Sqot .i to a new Fo.lx- a. vi el Island near e olsae-ma ba."h y '. the Laew British attitude towards the'
w i'l ouse." G with actor John Wayne and nde!ed the Spking of Coeman Bitsn ttatuetoeds thne iw a
l r.. vg-earSi Stcas n u-F.ellows a, a co-producer. Unt He sau it olegan when khot e Oine beear a : thee al ounte-lE
G....ngca esLa adrmanl m ioufints stars were Mit"h B g ars stalled because at met at Bd abroWs "ansetP jj J j] .
St. c m t h T i pe- t. dlle gI"n AAInd a r tIhaura en -rcall bat sred i n the picture b _calEurops 'ta estr abstbomb bta M" e 40--.
1, alwarle n- -- ,,n the flog. wou, have provokes a ss toP rmoL.." i

'#-" wardrobei n deptm"en ,,td i bad- b07 WM ann~-ned by ,ie litchum sai/sd, he suggeste nd Cole- u rud v om t u '

oM-SNOuTh'... ... th edOmhla loo"t'ghbst Jdl. enb nwayod T e hl h h was eJet one o inuevel

? lsys qa^eS i ^a c e rasteencalin he r rm B rt ex.pl tiona ]or the actoon. d ma m-'-d- -as th- end ofI i/i i" W I II
s is.lyou S ai D ,.ire tor Da ie l a ,,, a, c t 'h e ra^w hat __ thhthe t nesses said th a WC Eon ,,..e4 from h ,.g , f S..e. 6 1s .....ALTRATS-S wo! th mig apndwentn-aIranio brst bi in Parliam ent t h e

m ,a ,f,, -I mas e ant you to realize hw ludicrous tlaful ac4ion- inu ctosse dorbd- an't quite ithe end. They li twith his fiends at his New Yewdr's
w --Bt-, Magai, rhee her e o bu s n al. di- pay th $2n ema-an as e "a-Zvn *an aoic aircraf
be a pad olum p h..les for us irla wido wear e n ap p w oa- igce, a le ra n back Nanetr o.Hai a lerited o r$14,000.p i
-,h. --eRo's" T .aoo" st.ruggt ainctoi- rdJe. Wt isandg oGtheaduve hidm a tunoved sad -OwuhvColeman.e andmrer' wi .-.
S. oa n RoLAND PETIT, tg e bnalet w ius o svery cold bay watersO Sounds in the Night: At toi Bonc"-

N.bd prli err smb man, dsg. c tinr his lng t with Je On the subject of his c. Sihne's leading him around bl lt onde' -
ou wamt it ma~n~ w ~u" o- na se olem oi a iehtlr. Munit a, h. ane said, h"M ete dierod" o .on. I Dubrow'us- "On i

trsn;. y m atl th te 'a tu rd l me tra rn all, tu ree roe thet Inb cS en t.. .
.itI toe beqtant Sid Dieclator. Daipel M*annd-. ml' k H was M e.tlWA'InO th ionessto esw saidnDt et Clave p oo T okesaut avr-
aA veye yo u ut a- seD t wyo to relg ni h ew l eu'dicus'a fu aion-tn toss m eo e wAnt't quoites the ued.ofTh hacdin withoso itends atro rhi NewtYe asn-

' t lmie.H'gt ll .av e si 'Rem sed eg-a P T r n. bo un n h a ui t wAmo ng the hrk uest s I
"fVr ilok.ae Am Dorothyec Mitcidndo oui sug em tan red sono and Rubel ee t
_f fw a sdo r e-dalencpe rn akartaet:lateo yaies C al p efr dien h et h dsa ider.-_ i g in "er i e $dle-I
s. taadva ntaglofwtfeire who- wan.fnoa Pikamune ganlablgetbusk andl wrnthenol werT ZZ whoscaveoueledinqut

'.m a I#s-casmn h not, se-nraingn a asd theo y c amy wat SonuaraldscotrstPeina ete ia g t ASeo:am. 1 rll
ma Ra-sdm Lk E R lotS with .j an-e ma the ubi jae ctf hised "h' mlef ad-ing him a roundT blonde-

:o I~isDUwGihdsSart hi onteimecosede. nwr o n in n h aWMIt hou said Ay w ith- l.hav" e ob Ine Dbolws 'sm i s, IrI

SP 4 6 I e s | s. n dtl w ths b mttg Bradw tF 'sh" ',,es thatlte.Ba. ..td.. ..Pa.ree.eat red...
,ItP US..rane tnon the V-.lU.eithnettaly.oncan Wsadhbe di r setle er seoendtorsakoveri
Ie' g- loa Is wrn 1r"Daddypin r- eye to hmse on ssues ofadmhein s iW k srahoI torneve rwin-

a Pa t, ei hea sh oe Alg ?r oe fVeds Ac aDu c O htimee Po d e a-M r dto n: flu orn m rnya rir At the S t or k f -
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S ttake ttr i ng m a elo ater int i eaai turnde and Du w dl be l keet ho -t
Ii.. a ace and r e-Roe wyd i, .bcae aptaBkin ofrvthed bo ai n ptat a'mine."he teevee news, lb
tric irS pantamontca. wl a abaplebt* hardly controllable- jus tones usdto beteaNtwl hdtimpe oto l
L'ein cf oe Cal.sl tha Is atioanswera oarnyonte'sNw th.ey bai himou. .a slin
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tam BuckxWent"totCalifornia inmoviessources agreedopinchbust' -r At Thes Steak -icident
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eakn Ya nkees !l

,tke Vs. Arthurs; De Vice I
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nk-s Cop 5th In Row
PO._ Lb lr, L y Sr tri ke Wkips eS`W
MSd.th tWon Lost Pet.- GB ,. ..-o " ... o ii
.. .. .. .. e o op Ca O .Sson .oop
.10 3 Do o T r g 1p0 .500 3%O 3ec/fm Iw I Oei n
_. *Leading personalties of the
Colon municipal, professional *ACIFc IC
LAST NIGHT'SGAME (At Mount Hope) and civic circle ook te o a
Yankees 6, Smokers 5. tend and set in tion the eighth trike .
9ONIGH'S GAME 7:30 At Panam opening of the iCsftobal-Colon Bk o sant tlheI
n (Arthurs 2-2) vs. Yankees (Ludtke 2-2). Rtary softball L eague at then.a r'.... te
St. Joseph College Playground.
This league in sponsored by
g J. HAR"SON J." It was a see saw battle from bute directed by Francisco ..
then on as the Smokers moved Brown,u one-t ime nationall-as . lk Sd'e l i vabe i
. C. Sodamen will send out fro t with two runs in the etball hero for the t anteight wo
Arthurs (2-2- against fifth. The Yaekas came back with yetar erow has est e Ai O ed ed
See' Lavnrence Lud tke single runs In the fifth and sixth years. Bro has o syan bati ly t lte
k ,ht ata t he Olympic ts- and two runs in the seventh, t oarnged his over 500 boys intohQ t te f,

pn twoa use Indtme m i h l t o he ser enthemt: tov and p uAeion 1 Sri teoI hu an oe
kpghet oK vr at ia the Oy p M -dl/ P h reru lawn o a peso trpare
a lt 7 t, as the oae of ying umake t the co test. foa r classified leagues that play tO l l
1, 10 to 1 at Mount Hope pull the Smokers within one run tndr FuiCo.wiire
a behii nd thehaleagueof; ying pthe ots.ato1scovere stSnday 7461st Eew hit a homer in the
t o willbetryingtoe ats > a i t in p l t Co. lege butyroun theL haghligh ofo the uabl. matovtb
sme face t a wint The box score: l evening was the distribution and Bob Medin r,
Sawarding of last year's trophies fo te smoker, ln m
lent Yankees n- MOKERS and F medals. .leers rules I U mll da
e their winnHil s treak to Receiving trophies were: Mot- h e l o s b l a e ov
ames and their legue lead Players ab B h af ta' .for fi rst pace in athe l ru on tWh . -o -ed- lMr-----
and one-half games as Naragon. 5 0 1 8 0 Division, Pep Cola for ts e Br oe
, Parris, 4 0 2 1 2 Class D Divison. allace a t" r e no 1 l W l it l -ithi, .
,, r L U eTuminell. If 3 1 1 0 0 Indvidual medals for wi nning t mound, ivin way n r e th irs w ru sI
the fifth straight time alor, lb 3 1 2 5 1 batting title m ost valu aaeoble "n . . o y h ,b .. .. 3b s
m eucounte n that onel Robertd, rf S 0 0 0 0 player awards and outstanding .ing overs gn .d tlr 0 or-ir ..e noC
nthe difference in P. Oso o 1 0 0 0 D performances went to the lor-T u yeitewart w a relievb-ahe n aIn o oaeon o1e milrol na a.d
S d e two e gams. ernard n, owg youngsters: L. Uindo, and n t
A wesde qtetSmi iE as E u. c. One of t et on o l
i lte m eer in the w in HCuh .bes, p 0 0 0 0 0 V ,arnet, . de Leon, and C. Kosl.K, collecting back too ec 2 elrevaoe, hoelAla- .d ee
_s_4i_____ r rp in the fourth for the n-a er's sre betepur has- Ca n Healueb with a 65
1. tMos H tHlae Totals c7 5l0101 AnothC r i nteresting event on n tt : ... ., f blows of the gan. e d Oru h -bot tstheway notohed In i9.1 .-5 . .
oP5 .3 4, d " 0'2 orld tin l GOOD gaUeK, aPnd d ont Once h tZ ev n .ld goa w tha bai- pt .d o te, and heb A T 'h e rd s -

t ohe f Yn thi m oI' e ;, ... meb A.p er t o Tousoment. e w met O- h e les n o t ats T sn r i g e ,....
Sseventhl and did no Coo s popped out or 1Hughes in was Oin's gverLn 2 ea s / actn uarnamet o ete P ame Divtii tool.to I the _triks..lit ._ winner of .the tourna_ ment re- Pa . 43 444
uik s sin'glets. ZUt .. .O '/ .th scI, ,i ",; aU.,EA/ rrivalaW at Hotel. I l Panam a$ weiere te l ayer iSt Ifi w._o 0 a1 _, o Has _l fn at -
wenuter' s ateir obly d tr n0SCl 0 plyr w-rdhd is th second er .PIte Cooper has been. red Vaught and ato with two for ool. cond and third place Serera l havsne
he i l t,. rS, ro soon as he arrived in towl Cooper paid avi to C. Pa Ro four each led the 746st luggers finisher a will also result in their Inp il
llby the Smk-rii L* | drigues, o manager, who wu un able to meet m-.t the ai.r- at the tlate "owners receiver a pernto~g. av been .sany numer. M s
ite d afour m.h cis ; thaRto, p2t 1 02 port due to a e r t lres ent accident while playing I. Luck H PO0 A .as d o theb Calatb Pool. duri u .e rounds d- but it
t omakre .Cn..e n- w Hrdtn, a3 510 1IIIr.ar.. tE a .3 ..3.. COXt, i ..........i4 | i 3ee i ac all.l i ilHaffnera mak

||(ai Inthu T om g e: Ek 1 o .0 8 n one ofhio rol d flonds, taaVl. Barnett, J.d e Lenad CA. was 'o htao ia l mt t ua DO"
c l .lrstrun plc l 3 22 4 0 ',o .O ,. r.b .l. Kotik. Sb s...4 2 25y1 ff' tdbuttobeathiain ame-
,S q Of ic'37sV tnh- Maronkewa2i lb 4 0 210 0 who ..3. shoedar h a ot the Jrl.. It e b e t1 i io a ve to55
fun.u ra. / l ..ermb ri4l l h I or1... -_h oD 'O.ESllTnor l e we o..r., rwt. ..... 0 e e -"_1 bo_ _ ele

"-lh", te lsd, D-f B Pard ror Cla 1 yte on-r h A 'S O hitL U C" welni a n ler two pra'.ien an. h ....1 1 1 .....M ,atba I...-.4
H d e e rr s m. c ek 30r0r0 e pe.boetf wl of to en rs ic olt 0a0 these rralt ..a r It e und outb ly.tahe ta, ,,..te .e dl 1 0 0 f, 0- o l s. ...1

SortlookO r.Av c- .er e.Ba. N..100p y tmeeun ven dns"ate thei ol e o e, T -n.ohIbre, 3b .. dI..f a ny8h0 er'"5.'. .'Sa

.ime in the h of mar. iruns- b fs e a 7: t4. h ua u nod fe lt nd 3dr s he CAl- dounthenr aeb, ty Ortemn bea l e l orver n h warn tourber e, pb.-.. ... O 0 1 .' -
-- .yl h..' !ol.n etou.le, sogeo and aobi.he wask anrme ed olor todhe hlow br..e a ys ongH oee..dPe .I l oth er, a .. ..... 0 t 0 l hO .R N witiht
o e, th v thr lbmeso-h:s.Banlee:!,l.Roble urhon ttle .riyelrhers -. Wst Canthb- aerriln n a .pen o toml opera as..been.hV..ghthand Khtowith atwooforPool.and thl alamid p w s
thoaed P edl 000 120 011 -104oof then C osingnteam wa1 ,oibe conalsive n ohewais sread t er p a l ioc edrrm thaf the ro tfedt s SWlnoru. - N O RIthe i b inP etr

hislt r_ ya ttheiftreach:-led th _wthen.lte e finaouang the t hrere ongmesartyun-pectokas....... -

m fp ed b ite Grf 2ba 1 Y .S: 010e 10Em. 0 qra',, er whdor hit d o o r evens amonasa t haerho a sunle roaimostu t-ll -,ethe oair-at nepl ..na0re nga0e
SXoa NWra e rivlorn.ht2rfo rP.au Ihadanordul e to th e ntahoden t V ll e e therA on9 hrke th. ...1a. "'n1, 1 41 0" I l a__, _.,
om. ePh hu mu a. ylis, iR n t4e1d0 0in .-e ColpnIt hadT o e It. a d e- Cboutr Club p reaod1 hi eaic We afited hAist th t i ng aui- bi.l ," --....... .. l33 o nd _urs cul_-._

H ""mn e hnk siqeha4 WOJOIE, s i J e t To C ea ck
ir lheel rsteurDTicke nas r D 4e, ns, ,ar d r hie C Olaynd 4 h and loiedr, lte o trei fw a l r tol cl wpMaie a nde tt he hJo e .i- bst f iandv i w n h en r
iisu.inlb 40 1hktse Ahlneli er2or heroar s.a t wo thouan enu thus iasi enoud o t he te to l emeeizS ef r,. t.eid
puC'FLrankw.uoe h lb hrzan wln"

0 .- ,dE For arl wk, ni de, d scoro oW 15ank eye s nk t hecfans H n f he wen- tiatathteigoifclnteiopbtlel _.nipg nt = .. the bo yssto onkeothe-b .o0 2T 0
hiwo ry haho eme.0io. Yankee,'o-/ n shrou yersh1-o. "p0. "eW et Aths erh anOn ollcseyao 10uldysgtoD oin obtt n te sa nr f ".
te in ghmeru. Left10on'lbases: ae., ad an er sw Tora m ent, yetery aofe r- be p o r te lot r rCo c 00 1

rt h r -s t did them l ittl e nhis inodonon- .imereon thees Iectaors erel, I be ....t V a00e0
., emdoubl 0 A t. 1B00 of 6

2'3wll mr he w ,ner a Calli mea s iost odtn
"aau ui te r co- --O s ,oro heba od i oIT tse no e wto ro aryol teAr er ee. the A lt htiinr p
!! o ov a ses : stoe I the ovue at or-be the who a ddaed co tothe how bh thebLe w that uhil Ade vl er ..t l ,l -.
Tr a .1" a... B k Ro bn eith. wt lae fe allo w" Aegn l1y one C a marub r iharme t b helotero e Ib h toh wi ra thsad he OTlan 13 P
i orhey- PDalkl cl r S tru iea Co sndrse of -. K ob ein adion tO he hi s aste h I aU l a the tWt n _. 6 6 v 1 8 Bl Det asi a gl. eon b, .. .
hi ry I thers. D0st ou I. 4 0 b1 0 a1 0 ThI pamelwet and 4pe rertoouh the smoths7tegula t ionsty e lb, .-.wo helubfinans afie l b he oeby. in.0gs ,n efthesi r l.1 hte la a.

of P' 3 afo.~le.d a el .ason e thfe ae Olvera Rob e ro whoHerheo r. .Ite e ." ,P
nrun rvldhhealme lt- Pitheos ePdu.luebsotn6ate vor iuah n o the w o kenr w eohing eont. ue- .. 21- s _--
w el' hlllg Mf run 1000Dypatil.hl a yo fie hd. 4 re sa nd F loro elsee thfro feibe adleriv r at W e afirmly tblee thatra i ti igna 1 410 as tfd1ta M sta-i .
[ A L.dand t n H rise "ui, a: PloPiis, 2berrdr .,auetwiod bg fote Opubrn plastic b -os' sthe hatheep to,.i-e-
S,-outin.Low-r- 'n W ur Pct clubs to2ordinary ngar nd h ent clarln ee la fo the .u.2-itchon Johny a. --d-

.stu B ,,a.k.. l. .r avehenOusank.thr tanoatOhegl op en t r e b ost ti k thiM b. .......
b as hi(het BernardS). Duanke o b t d1 0L0 0ohint p erbfect d ivela d hs con-e.h'sG Ca srem "fic ste w la-es...th '.
.. ..s:Ytnuee s7,h ad071000st n wht adtuarrrsneV M& P d Am eA.wi

US.....re aryesterdaires: owrieer-ballthouhtheetreehlotr a asCraribbean pio-s o11. n .._lu Rene L
Timelthof. f.oth e..m,.7.Rme runs: D ik 1n 4 0,bro.000stinfromie tof dhispoldafriends, that A riubic y e U be sotnLl wl ato'.ndo i h u e ng

Woe'sqoine. whot shwe hoEo wTrebase-hi s:hewi-sgbLe bI f .0 0 .0 sa l I
Spur Colae1,ro. oAeseymo Aeniv e s witoh ita a iuorrmy obertWo esggetet o ti. se ... .... .'0
1o .. ol0 oi 0W1 vi thetowhile ioirya a,0-JN
sded scoret ofr 1an g1. Rr oyab the o dck l org Ha hn she w by thaci vati e stbhat Whitad .4 z O ric.6
utto Lnmagoth arib-_ af ed minetwon showo oe r t hpth iers. Asociatton the lItmus and -citle.....on .ml g1.a n..antmlg .1 iit,--- -h- G -il - '- gen a.... '.." i. "
aIt replac the l ate. Hoen slammed ep Severalof-theproswhowini n.ll.itle tt "rsanis ..tonhi 0. 0 Iam. at Alodmttdtatthi eldreatast smen e e .NY"R. fen, 1c(UP
first--oih efir- hmer uS of t he le tke partin. thet Open8Da, w o w The I ehu wll b e wi t ta _..........r".-.
... -. W I.bit, a nd4errrsvehfns he t he r egulation.type clubs, t ahe i ,"clubwed.in .inealu b inhCombyivima to er ofthe d.""
.Orleftieldyfentee.am, .sidshensoff:e-l th eir ailn wthathenr "'g astt .so
ttCur- in th e gallery gaido ne anothn- Io n t h Ivforstigate, t...he _.-
.I!m-tn'shih orwrhis in-1 about k wfp heittwo dering which "of these greats of. .2a"s""hanOin
andt h n Heua ,9p sin-8 0 Th .werat, th pt by ofoth i ng omt f a s th .t.ig 0 010ds "o. i nu rh a
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,I Fotbttll Rules Committee Makes Six hang

Dan Daniel

Ten years ago Lester Patrick, then the big boss of the New
York Bangers, set 1955 as the year of consummate achievement
In professional hockey. By this winter, the erudite Patrick pre-
dicted, the National League, which for time had 10 clubs, would
re-expand from six to eight. He envisioned a rival American
League, too, and a World Series for the' historic Stanley Cup,
which now goes to the winner of an out-and-out gate gimmick
knowinas the playoffs.
Patric'sa rosy picture was predicated on an expected epidemic
of hockey arena construction from.coast to coast. Neither this
wave of building, nor his predicted tremendous rise in hockey
Interest in the United 8States, has come to achievement.
Not that hockey is not a thrilling game worthy of much
atronger support. But mounting construction costs have pre-
cluded the rise of a new string of arenas, and those already in
operation have. not been able to show very impressive balance
Sheet Not evea the Garden in the great sports center of New
York has been a'true financial success.
A*dl thehrtherellth#)taydr ltuaotUti less, 1f ing4e0
the N tional Iobkeby League than to the major baseball circuits.
There not a sufficient supply of top flight players to man a
six ela league, let alone.to encourage ekpinslon.
The story of the New York Rovers of the Eastern League, a
Range farm team which for aome years operated so successfully
,n the Garden on Sunday afternoons and now is defunct, is very
The Rovers had to quit because promising young Canadian
players no longer would come down here. They refuse to leave
their lobs. Also, up there they could command great attention
on teams representing smaller cities, while in New York they
were just Sunday afternoon minor attractions.


Tops List In


NEW YORK. Jan. 13 (UP) -
The NCAA football rules com-
mittee has ended three days o0
debate at New York by mainf
atl changes.
The most important concerns
substitutions. The new rule per-
mits a player who starts a period
to return in the same quarter
In the past, a player removed in
the first and third quarters was
ineligible the remainder of thai
period. If removed in the second
and fourth quarters he could re-
turn only in the last four min-
utes of the period.
The rules committee a 1 so
changed the fair catch signal
Instead of waving the arm, a
salute must be made with the
arm raised straight up. The
holder on attempted field goals
or conversions will be permitted
to run or pass the ball.
The old rule stipulated that a
ball holder who placed a knee
on the ground for a field goal or
conversion try was committed to
go through with the play.
Committee chairmpan F r i t z
Crisler of Michigan also explains
a new rule whereby a tackle is
permitted to receive a pass. The
tackle must line up at the end
of the line Wn order to be eligi-
ble. None 'of his team-mates -
including the backs must be
closer to the sidelines than the
tackle In order for him to go out
for a pa3s.
Crisler says -"There have
been times when an end would
drop back. That made the tackle
eligible to catch a pass. This *as
legal but confusing to the
other team."
The rules committee also eli-
minated the "sleeper" play -
those in which a player stretches
out on the ground near the side-
lini until the ball is snapped. A
new rule says a player must line-
up within 15 yards of the ball.
Crisler says -"The changes go
into effect immediately. The
committee has the final say.
There is no appeal until next
The Pittsburgh Steelers have
gained former Michigan State
halfback Lynn Chandnois for
hi sslxth season. The 215-pound
Chandnois is the fourth Steeler
to sign. The others are Johnny
Lattner, Dale Dodrill and Jack

Navy, PoweL

In Atlantic

Twiloop Tonite

The standings:
W L Pet.
NO DYING ENTERPRISE, BY ANY MEANS Navy ............1 0 1.000
Powells .....0 0 .000
Hockey's failure to expand does not mean that it is a dying Powell C.H. .........0 0 .000
enterprise. Far from it. Not even in New York. The Rangers casanovas .......0 1 .000
should draw an average of 8000 for each of their 35 games, for a Tuesday's Results
season's total of 280,000. The Garden will not get rich on this, Navy 8 Casanovas ults
but there will be a fair profit. Tonight's Game
Hockey has become an expensive operation. Each club car- Navy vs Powells
ries 17 men, at an average salary of $9500 for the season. Coach- By Trevor Simons
Ing and administration expenses bring the pay roll to something The lant Twilight ase-
n there is the cost of scouting, and running a farm sys- ball League defending champions
tern. The Montreal Canadiens, most successful outfit in the go toa flying start as the
league, are said to spend more than $100,000 a year on talent 955 season got going at Moun
search and chain store operations. They very seldom fail to sell Hope Tuesday night. The Navy
out up there, with a sesaon's draw of about 450,000. Toronto will nine, after leading all the way
do Almost as welh o from the start, broke ,up a 5-5
do almost aswetie in the top half of the seventh
Long term rights to box locations In the Montreal area are Irame to cop the opener 8 to 5.
as coveted as those perennial opening day reservations in the On a field dampened by light
Cincinnati ball park. A Montreal fan has made provision in his rains during the late afternoon,
will for passing on his ticket privileges. Casanova's pitcher, Cook, found
Although the general financial picture In the National the plate a hard spot to find In
Hockey League is not bad, the fact remains that it must go to the first Inning, walking the first
eight clubs. St. Louis, which was a member in 1934, and Pitts- two batters and then allowing
burgh, which quit in 1930, are the most likely additions. A new Haughllan to nick him for a dou-
arena In Pittsburgh will be ready in 1957. ble that gave Navy a pair of tal-
St. Louis i doing very well with six Black Hawk dates forced lies.
out of the Chicago Stadium by ice shows. t The Casanova nine posted a
Cleveland, which has a splendid rink, tried to move into the single run in their half of the
National League two years ago, but failed to show the proper first, but Nav came back with
fliancJpg. The league refused to approve backing largely on two more in the second and one
hypothecation of future television revenues. However, big league in the fifth, going into the fifth
In baseball and football, Cleveland cannot much longer continue frame leading 5 to 1. It was in
minor in hockey. that frame that the Casanova
nine decided to come to life driv-
In g the Navy's starting hurler
MNU- HONT IAS MONOPOLY ON STARSl Tice, to the showers with 4 hits
MO L HAS MONOPOLY and 4 runs that knotted the
Certab ly not the least, of the worries of the five clubs In count before Buckley was called
a=WoUowithMontreal isthat organization's monopoly on star n from the bullpen to put out
players. "Te three most colorful and most productive men In the fire.
the circuit are Maurice Richard, Boom-Boom Geoffrion and Jean The ame remained deadlock-
Bellveat. All art with the Canadilens. to be seen in the Garden ed unta the seventh when Navy
tomorrow night. again forged out in front with
They give to their club a competitive and box office advan- three tallies on but one hit.
tage rminltscent of the days when Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Buckley was the winning pitcher
Tony azsert played up the Yankees in baseball and Cook, who went all the way
Not one of the Big Three could be purchased for even $100,- for Casanova was t he loser.
000. Montreal would no more consider d of Richard than Navy's centerfielder, Haugiian
the Giat ulta entertain a bid for U Masys. led the hit parade for opening
Richard, o s 33., is the ctmrrft tRuth of hockey. Either nlght ~wth 3 hits in four trips to
he-or Boom will dethe Gerdle Howe of Detroit as the the ptte.
league's top.Scorer. Mautice boOasts ore than 400 goals for his Nkvy Plays Powells Tonight
career mad pmises to lift thle reord to 0. Geeffrioa is only Powells, the only team in the
25, and Bllelveau S. Atlantic Twilight League which
Howe atil i gr at arar. He ie bi and strong, but lacks 1:as seen 14 years of action, and,
color. Hmht ld tob the M IM .l of tt *eut. consequently, the one with most
Not tht Giu ppa ate. t rd.e, Uke Je, ua championship s to their credit,
f MakiX too makes their 1955 debut at Mt.
The operate a but it is 4ot et pay- Hope Stadium tonight against
. .fanuu gc Though low details have been
a r f A gathered r din the 195 Pow-
tlosgni ne" tin Is certain
tiewh tam al^ mio a""
l^^te'Mto mil ^WW~a~vW ev~the fy e3i~ Sboieei t
S ~~ir In l.w "^fi' ^ rwaa

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-from the best cattle
Jo de I Cruia

for the first time in Panaema

Public iot


SFine Art f Cane Pole Fishing
Fishing Editor
CANE Pole fishing is the most
Common kind cfi angling, and at
.. . first glance it requires the least
SC 9 knowledge for success.
SIAnybody who leans over a
bridge, sits on the bank, or an--
f chors his boat and lowers a bait
to the fish is counting on the fact
that something will be hungry
enough to bite no matter how
crude the tackle might be.
Yet this basic approach Is
t brought to a high art in some
:countries, notably England, Hol-
land, and France where the tackle
is superfine, and the technique so
exact that the same man won the
national tournament three years
in a rcw in France. Economically
speaking, there is absolutely no Oi. ad
e difference between crude tackle .
and the proper tackle. six inches in length, and
in this country, the lines used not sold everywhere, are 4
in everyday cane pole fishing are able in most large sporting i
OOKING AHEAD--Carl Mitchell ghts through the Pere-Scope to see-if it's a firstt down. The! much too heavy. The average man shops.
adget, invented by Louis P. Peresenyi, rmer director of physical education at Saint Mary's ICol could improve his catch greatly Because of its shape and
oee. California, eliminates running chain gang onto the field when it is close: Used in 22 by using a five or six-pound test ancy, the quill has practice
lege games on the Pacific coast the ast season, it is credited with saving about 10 minutes per monofilament line, for instance. A no resistanrte in the water an
,tI fft4%n .s.... an, s ton ye g0 mataa N, 1 the lns
contest. The inset howss what the .heaJ ineumn ases and how he matches up the lmes. (NEA) light lin6 is not cnly strong extremely sensitive to theJ
enough for large panfish, but hasest inbble. Usually, the quill
9a degree of invisibility that aids's wire loop at one end th
Sin fooling the fish. I which the line Is passed and h
,.d It also has a minimum of re-. way up the quill the angler
kI distance in the water which helps eIsecure his line with a small
a O &detect the nibblerss." When a iber hand if there is no clip ,
nu3 sunfish, crappie, or rock bass' binder for that purpose. .-..
ea1 1hgrabs a baited hook, he literally Of all the different kinds
tests the bait before swallowing sinkers, only the split-shot shoi ,,
iSWit. This is indicated by a slight, be used, and these should be tfh
OS' t ae, -ad r almost continues quivering of smallest obtainable. The ao
^ ,the bobber If the fish feels any of weight needed is just wr d
M-osd- e s resistance from the line or bob. to get your bait down to the f."

League since he Was 17. a Tere are m yany es of bob- ycur bait, the next ones a SI "
aEvens a e celebrated ateam- e bers for different fishing ccndi- or so above that, and the next ,
S" mates aGse-Rcke at Rihard, Boom tions, but you could use a porcu- foot above that distributing the
rBoom Geoffrion eand Jean Bell. pine quill with far greater elect weight to minimize resistance
veau fal to e the play and By ROCKY MARCIANO an the heavy cork ficats now. prevent tangling.
headlines away from the late- Written for NEA Service popular. These quills range up to (Distributed by NEA Se 'icer W
arriving Mosdell, who last season
reached 22 goals. The highest he
has made since he broke into the C o p e Cie)
NHL in 1941-41. The last time O u Y CO1
we checked, Mosdell had 16 this College
trip, the same as Richard, the
Bab Ruth of the glistening game. -
Mosdell's longevity is attributed TUESDAY'S GAMXES North Carolina State 195, Ra t
a to his being a smooth, fluid skater by UNITED PRESS man 81.
a la Milt Schmidt, who more re- Miami (0.) 81, Tampa 65. '
A cently quit as a combatant and is EAST North Carolina 96, Virgigs tya 8.
coaching the Boston Bruins. Niagara 68, Canisius 64. Westminster 102, W. Virginia SOj,'
Another reason for Mosde rWake Forest 71, seton Hall 63. Guilford 93, Western Carollnal
mand e e i ne the thick of this St. Bonaveriture 869, owa 54. Mercer 72, Florida Southern w w .
and n having taken his rightful connecticut 84, Boston U. 70. Catawba 68, Newberry 61i. 'A
plan a t hhei ethae bhs riea Yale 73, Brown 63. Allen 93, Taskegee 1.i
sidelined byr, injuries that he has een Georgetown (D.C.) 71, N.Y.U. 67. Davis & Elkins 95, at
of the time. That's consider blye Spring field 82, Massachusetts 73. 'State 79.
S the system than being New Hampshire 107, Rhode Is- Xt. at. Mary's 36,
"pea by big blokes moving and 75. AtlantleChristian 8Y,
ca Modell Big Mo, he is built Indiana (Pa.) State 101, Slip- Savannah State '10t Cit tlolf
Salons pare lines, six feet one and pery Rock 76. North Carolina A&T 70, 1.
170 pounds. Kings College 85, Lincoln (Pa.) 63 Smith 67. M .
I7He nat long lalt got out of the Panzer 99, Paterson State 68. West Liberty State 107,
hospital long enough to attract the Allegheny 97, Grove City 77. College 102.
attention to which his tremendous MIDWEST Birmingham Southern 106,
ability is so richly entitled. u ky Marelane St. Louis 102, Drake 82. t hens 52.
Mosdell has been so badly cy Augsburg 62, Hamline 59. Southeastern La. 74, Bou e-o
broken and altered that he liter. Nebraska 69, Kansas State 59. ern La. Inst. 60.
ally is held together by screws. MOST GUYS would consider the Kent State 79, Western Reserve Xavier (La.) 68, Dllard
-' Three screws hold the bone of his two breaks that led to my be- 71. SOUTHWEST
So M left arm in place, and surgeons coming heavyweight champion the Valparaiso 75, Western Michi- Hardin-Simmons 58, Texas
-' "' have warned him that a severe worst kind cf luck. gan 67. ern 56.
... Ken Mosdell blow would loosen them. Maybe, at the time they were, Calvin 70, Hillsdale 44. Oklahoma A&M 69, W hltag '
Mosdell has a trick knee and The first came when I was in Dubuque 73, Upper Iowa 59. S.M.U. 93, Texas A&M .
OLD HAND-At an age when his ncse is as the result of hav- the Army, stationed at Fort Lewis, Nebrsska Wesleyan 68, Doane 45. Texas Christian 79, Texas t0 m
most hockey players are used ing been broken several times. Wash. Fighting in an amateur Lawrence Tech 94, Huntington 83 Arkansas A&M 77, Hen
sparingly, if at all, Ken Mosdell He has broken his leg, cracked bout, I jammed the first knuckle John Carroll 76, Illinois Tech 68. State 74.
blossomed out at center like a his ankle, shattered his arm and at least an inch out of place, into Tabor 60, Sterling 54. Arkansas College SS, Ar
score-happy recruit. (NEA broken his wrist and collarbone. the back of my right hand. It was Rockhurst 71, Missouri Valley 69. Tchrs. 83.
There is a deep gash on his left really a break. Quincy 67, Loras 53. Abilene Christian 52, M
ofleg and he wescars an assortment There was a Japanese doctor Superior State 88, Duluth Branch 48.
of facial scars. Otherwise, he is there who fixed up a traction con- SMpnn 79. Trini (Te) S.
By HARRY GRAYSON all in one piece and totally un. traption and putting more tension Southwet Missouri state 64, (Tex.) 81.,
marked. on It from day to day was finally. 66 Uuacha
NEW YORK (-NEA)- They're able to work the knuckle back MaryvilleS. Arkansas .Tech 105, Uu
giving Ken Mosdell a night in Mosdell credits hard work with into place. Bethany 81, McPherson 73. College 8s.
Montreal, Feb. 19. putting and keeping him in shape S t. Thomas 7nMacalester 8.a WEST 8i
Great and gaudy Canadiens have to avoid injuries. I never did find out his name SOUTH Montana Mines 84, Rocky Mog
had nights at the Forum before, "A year ago last summer, in- but I'll be forever grateful to him. Duke 75, Chemson 66. tain College 81.
but all have betn French Cans- stead cf resting after injuries I It meant I had to stay in the Wofford 81, Davidson 63. Oregon 76, Washington state
dianas-Elmer Lach Richard, a- worked on an assembly line build- Army two months longer than I _,,
mong them. Mosdell is the first ing freight cars," he explains. was supposed to, so the hand could
non-Gallic to get the call. "Last summer I took on a more heal, but it was well worth the
Mosdell's story is an unusual rugged job. I drove a truck, extra time. The doctor saved my
one. He was 31 and had been loaded and unloaded bags of ce- fighting career.
in the National Hockey League a ment." The second big break came
dozen years when last winter he The patched-together Mosdell when the Chicago Cubs decided:
suddenly blossomed at center like is an all-around hand, so gets lets I wasn't a catcher. I attended a
a score-happy recruit. At 32, he of work. An accomplished stick. tryout camp at Fayetteville, N.C.,
is the All-Star center, the most handler, he is used on penalty- where I had arm trouble, or may-
consistent forward the high-roll. killing as well as taking his turn be those curve balls broke too
ing Canadiens possess, according on the forward line. .big. Anyhow, the Cubs cut me
to their coach, Dick Irvin. Now that the hurrah and ex- loose, and I drifted home.
Mosdell sticks out among stars citement about Rocket Richard's There I was, without any job
at an age when most hockey play- 400th goal has abated, even more or profession, coming home to
ers have either retired or are used notice will be taken of veteran what!
sparingly. Ted Kennedy of the Ken Mcsdell, who finally escaped That's when I turned to pro-
Tcronto Maple Leafs, for example, from the sick bay long enough fessional boxing.
is calling it a career after this *- r""k* a name for himself be- That's the biggest break that
campaign and he has just turned fore it was too late. could haye happened to me.

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May Me


aanaia Amertcan
-Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

arskJold some encourage-
ed.Nations demands to free 11
Atil caer airmen jailed as spies,
dt theN ofisreptod at ionalist Bombers Step Up
But the official reporid today.
1lmmarskjold's succe o fail-
Inot come until! a aer the1 ij M
z!!uh diplomat return o
his round-the-wOld tRet iai ArTIeackS On Re d
wheie ehe held a series b w s t to bots rth of north appraches tofor- heaCiese rprters si the
'r 'gI"'e "wi" Red Chi TAIPE I, Jan. 13 (UP) Na- munist torpedo boats north oftF- Chinese r tr aid e
af Premier C hou E n-la. tionalist bombers attacked Red Tachen Wednesday night. os. American destroyers escorted the
S. Chinese ship concentrations and Gen. Liu told Chinese report- Meanwhile,.in the third con- Nationalist LST out of the Ta-
mmarsklold arrange to Islands in the Tachen chain a- ers who returned to Formosa secutive day of "retaliation" at- chen danger zone.
erwith U.. Ambassador gain today and garrison corn- from Tachen last night that tacks Nationalist privateer bomb- These returning eyewitnesses
ry Cabot Lodge. Jr., on re- manner Gen. Liu Lien-Yi said Monday's Red bombing of Tachen ers hit Tienao island, 14 miles to the Taohen bombing, the
of o when he the rebels could invade Tachen was an attempt to determine if north of Tachen island, before heaviest air attack of the entire
thes New York sometime island within two hours. the U.S. Seventh Fleet would join dawn today. Later other Nation- Chinese civil war, said one Na-
er 2 30npm r io. pt i a s.Thei miMstryof national de- In the defense of the island. The alist bombers attacked a com- tionalist LST was sunk at Ta-
t h fense also' reported that the Na- general said he was confident of munist ship concentration near chen and another LST, plus one
I u o en on tionalist Navy tangled with com- holding the island which guards Tlenao with bombs and rockets. destroyer-escort were damaged.
U .. Far Ea r o- The Nationalist planes struck at A small Nationalist gunboat was
kpt~dez .daybreak and claimed the Red reported to have been sunk by
official belif that fleet was thrown into "great communist torpedo during the
tilC Gammu fistsal b udelita confusion." There were no dam- night following thee daylong air
.' Miler the asees of the 11 ira- age claims, attack againstTachen.
boer fher. a.. ofthe 1 N i United States naval authol- The said the communist Chi-
p nned fliers and other U.N. ties 4n Formosa could not con- nese attacked Tachen in "coor-
th onnel held ia n violarmistion fce agree- firm Chinese reports that A- dinated layers." E a ch attack
mnt apparently was based on merican destroyers fired on roup was made up of low-fly-
m report ento Washington basefrom Red Chinese-patrol ships folI- ngrocket-firin LA-11 fighter-
U.S report to WAmbassador John M. Al. lowing Monday's communist bombers, high altitude TU-211ght
iSo ATkyo bombing of Tachen Island. bombers and Mlg-5 jet fighter
son i~n Tokyo. A high-ranking American cover above. They said each at-
ammargskJold briefed Allison naval officer said he had no in- tack group consisted of a total
nd Hull in Tokyo before he left formation of such action and of 27 aircraft.
New York via Honolulu and "doubted" that it had happen-
aFrancisco. He refused all ed.
comment to newsmen on out- Chinese reporters who return- USMM D
oe of his ftlssion but pronm- ed from Tachen Island last night h O
Jed an early report when he reported that two U.S. destroy-
*e*rhed New York. ers fired on communist shipsF
.h S t e a which were pursuing a Nation-
""The Secretary General, after list LST south of Tachen. They l
an eight-hour rest on the beach said the communist vessels fled VI O F L Ea
4t Waiklki, took off from Hick- without returning the fire.

S. Field, Honolulu, at 10:36 p.m.
SWT last night and was expect-
I d to arrive at Moffett Field,
,Calt., at 8:23 a.m. EST.
L -TO all requests for informa-
^ hI e replied, "Its not time for

i t radio was equally
Sil outcome of his mis-
i -The Cemm uoist kept up
b garage of Antl.Amer-
alirensghada with the us-
eargtes the Uilted. states
try to force an "aggrs-
mI military setup" In South-

it Peiping showed it was
Si' in^g of the Hammarskjold
oiil n when it broadcast that
0 persons had visited the
iton on U.S. espionage in
at the working peoples
ae inthe Red Capital.
The U.8. Air Force yesterday
AaBlnged the "evidence" re-
tdon display. A radio bping
Wa bu is standard survival
I ment. it said, and a device
Che Chinese said was used to
:-4Op up agents by a low-flying
Aplhme was a commercial device
~]~Ible to many civilian com-
Sies and foreign governments.
' uathoritative sources in Wash-
Ilgton said Allison's message of
Zeacouragement" paralleled re-
Wts here where it was report-
eo.eHammarskJold had set the
in his talks for further
gre on the prisoner prob-

"7 AApproves

t .s-France Plan

Jan. 14 (UP)-Frenae1
Pierre Mendes France
toda that Italy had ap-
all points of his disput-
lan to pool the arms of west*
** Between Italy and France
g the talks just complete !
was agreement on every
ol the French proposal,"
said at a press confer-
-before entraining for Oer-
-and a vital conference
U Chancellor Konrad Ade-

&any criticize the commu-
ne of yesterday for being im-
ose on this point, but It
IM have shown lack of cour-
F and been in bad taste in
1V of tle Jan. 17 conference
seven countries for two coun-
to announce formally that
Shd already accepted in
Sth.e pool which is to be
said that the arms pool
TMBs a means of limiting
trolling arms and "al-
ft ay peoni do not be-

the only nation to sup-
plan so far.
lyees men have
dl aoras, hbe
Is the fir time

de amA a-wt
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(NEA Telephoto)
INSMUCT SEIZD GUNS At Swarthmore Pa, police captain
Thomas atteman and county detective Earl Alien inspect wea-
pons taken from Robert Bechtel, who is being held in connection
with a niuder in a college dormitory. Bechtel is accused of fir-
ink seven bullets into a dormitory. Francis H. Strozier of Akron,
I *" : '' T 0., was killed.

his 'is A TOY?-If you've got about 600 bucks to spare, you
can, buy your youngster this miniature model of a popular sports
er. .pletewith headlights and a battery-driven motor, it has
a top speed o. sximlesp r hour. Here Joan Voorhees tries It on
for siAe In a San Francisco department store; while PNI Landregan

LOSE PLEA The Supreme Court has ,re
,-who sobuih to avoid the prison terms
SE*cted In .1953 of conplring to advoca
othe I are shown abow outside the Fe
a Mliadel: MAr. Mindel, who was not i
t; Clteadia Jone. a ack feW:
llo lziuakw WIaU & MI

Frenzied Fascists

Demonstrate At

Grazlini's Funeral
ROM; Jan. 131 (UP)- Forty
thousand frenzied Fascist s set
back the clock 15 years today,
turning the funeral of ex-Mar-
shal Rodolfo OGrazlahil Into a
massive political demonstration
crying for the bygone days of
glory and empire.
This correspondent watched
the rise and fall of the late Be-
nito Mussolini, the success of
the summer of Fascisms Hesba
and later failure of his chief
soldier, the "Lion of Africa" Gra-
The songs the crowd sang to-
day, the hymns they chanted,
the straight-armed salutes they
gave were those of old. Fascism
is far from dead in Italy.
But an overwhelming majority
of the nation has rejected it
forever. The 40,000 were fervent,
some hysterical In their weep-
ing, all full-throated In their
The rest of the nation all but
ignored the funeral of the man
who had been the conquering
"Lion of Africa" only to crash
In defeat before the allies and
draw the heaviest sentence of
any Italian war criminal.
More than 1,000 riot and fed-
eral police patrolled the huge
throng which packed the Piazza
Ungheria (Hungar Square) in
the swank Parioll residential
From their own balconies, A-
Imericans In the district watch-'
ed and heard the shouts of the
I days of Mussolini's "Balcony

-Sen. Ralph E. Flanders, resi-
dent instructor in asnuff snlff-
ing, had trouble getting the
desired reaction today when he
ran off a demonstration for a
No sneeze. At first, anyway.
The puckish, 73-year-old Ver-
mont Republican usually leads
each new senator to the Sen-
ate's traditional snuffboxes and
hints broadly that what was
good enough for Thomias Jef-
ferson and John Adams should
be good enough for them.
The result, especially for an

GOLF CLINIC Bob DeVicenzo follows through on the in after firing a one-wron sat
that brought "oha" and "ahs" from the lage allery at the goft clino yestuerd a
the Panama Golf Club. Paul Hahn, trick shot expert and master of ceremonies for the
is at the left. Haha's comments and trick shots were the highlights of the afternoon
under way the 1955 Panama Open tournament. .

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LONDON, Jan. 1A J ) A
helicopter saved erew a
di tottry
inds that. hurled new havo a
The baby-helicopter o th
Dutch, a ferried 16
i eor nearly actorss hbeav.
Sart to fety on tb* Hook
of Ro and.
A northwet gle durt the
ht blew hei r thp M 1e00
ton Norwegipa wMel oatt, -
n e ait uthern pier of the
SAll 33 ft aboard the att
we saved. A boat took of
other MeWn before the bhe
ouP lappd to the neaI aft-

ThefhU toU.n Uubms
Ohue. N tuitS houe it tea
g pCraked aft sondim ."
et 49,2-toh s weeotor
Vwr an s anr alea off
tngland'a Norfo coat and fir-
ed distress C m.
A Dutdh t ug aled te wed-
lb fregterTa to en at
The ook when Sed for

Atomic Submoirne I
Has Rubber Eaors 1
AKRON, 0. -(UP)-H
first atom-po ered submaiBa
rubber ears.
The rubber w peily del
oped by B. F. oto
peimit oiad waves pass
through it in about e man-
ner as sound travel gh th
Ce Itself. It's usd s*'artof
te ital of the U. S. N4 ubmar.
tne, Nautilus, to house moar e
that dpeds on sound Vai
detectother surface or undersea
The company's engieit say the
use of any materfal th does not
share the charsete of sqa-
water would cause the sonar usg
nals to blank out or distort e that
a target could not be located sac-.
curately. /

TOKYO, Jan. 13 (UP) -Gen. amateur, s usually a scalp-
John E. Hull pledged to the free loosening saaaa-ch
nations of the Far East today Today for benefit- of poto-
that the United 'States will not graphers, Flanders staged an
"walk out" on them and will keep inhAtation for freshman Sen.
its military forces on the ready. Clifford P. Cae, llfNJ.
"for as long as they are need- Cue Just held a Senate snuff-
ed." box. Flanders aniffted.
The Far East and United Na- eapleendent in a bright green
tiobs commander nAde t he weskit with pearl buttons, Flan-
plie at a luncheon aeetlng oe
the Toooreign corrpond S er Eatquk
ulI pointed out that U. .
forces were in Korea and Japan_ ,
"not entirely of our own choice." I M i "
"Sometimes," he said, "after a lU lj Pl SNP M
barrage of falsifications or dis- ,
tortions as to our motives, we
are not incapable of chafing a Ci tyl ito W
little at the loss or compromise ALGIERS, Algeria, Jan. 13 -
of American Independence that (UP)-French authorities ari-
is entailed. nounced today that a severe
"But we are not walking out earthquake ripped through the
on what we have promised or city of Orleansville where 1,500
on what we know to be right and persons died last September in
necessary for both ourselves and violent earth shocks.
all the others whose welfare Is Weakened walls crumbled un-
Inseparable from our own. der the Impact of the severe
"For as long as they are need- quake and temporary shelters of
ed, we are resolved, whatever wood and canvas collapsed.
the cost and inconvenience, to No casualties were immediate-
maintain in this part of the ly reported in the new quake
world...such concentrations of )which rocked Orleanaville as t
armed might ready for instant night. .
launching as will be decisive if It was the worst quake in two
aggression comes." months here and authorities said
Hull warned Japan that she it was nearly as intense as the
cannot stay neutral and must tremor which destroyed Orleans-
rearm if she wants to remain ville last September.
out of the Communist orbit. During the quaking 1500 per-:
"She (Japan) cannot assume sons were killed, 15,900 injured.
a neutral position and maintain and 195,000 in the area suffered
her freedom," he said. "If she property losses of some sort.
should attempt to remain neu- Jolted awake by the giant
trial and not build up her defen- tremor late last night, terrified
sive strength, she will be sub- inhabitants rushed out into the
jected to the dictates of Soviet streets in a. panic carrying bun-
Russia or Communist China and dles of clothes and of food.
will join those other satellite By midnight a stream of cars,
slave states behind the Iron Cur- bicycles and other vehicles rush-
tain.'" ed inhabitants out of town.

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deor held his thumb tightlg -
long hls forefinger and laid a
a of the brow a powder in
the crack. In the flickering o
photographers' flashes, hle anit-
fed it up one ostril, then the
) "Do you saneee?" asked a
photographer, crouched and ca-
mera poised.
"Certinly I sneee," said
Flanders, getting out a hand-
kerchief. What's the use of
taking it if you don't sneee?"
"Well..." said the photogra-
phers, :,-
ito cheese. '
Fifteen seconds.
No Maeeze.
"It takes a while," ]fl
Thi. second -
Forty-ve siands. ,
SNo s Unees.
"More snuff," sld Flanders.
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d not t e ry to n ecds. uer
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he Chinesl malnland without
first ett U.. aproal.
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latter dated Dec. 11 from(UeoP)e

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State John Fostser the. The
letter deal not th the recentlyquer
the gotiated mutual defthense
treaty between the two nations
first govl.tting U.S. roval.

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K. C."In view of ti obnaligations oe
Forthe two parties under the said of

areas by either .1V the partieS
that such use of force will be
a matter of joint agreemently
treubect to action of an mertions
agency ch ars noer which s clear-
areas by either of theinherent
right of self defense."

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