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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama

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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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AA00010883:00624

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SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, Jan. 14
\ (UP)-The First United States
Named Forces pacific observation
light a e here this morning
t the request of the investigat-
Scom*.ttee of the Organa -
tie of american, states.
The Navy PBM1 Martin
M4rlin whiph took off from the
Co 6 Solo Naval Station in the
Car zon at 8:15 this morning
s coductng a "concentrated
visu search including taking
photographs of all troop opera-
tions, -gun, emplacements, air
strip development and aircraft
activity it the specific areas de-
slgnated' the OAB commission.
Meanwhile, rebel uprsg near
the Nlcartguan frontier i Puer-
to Soley ad La Cru was re-
ported ,pntiulng.
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Rumors Rife
Assassination
Solution Near
BULLETIN
Minister of Govenment sad
Justice Catalino ArroebfGradl
declared today that "within a
day, more or less, the mystery
of the assasnation of Pre i-
dent Remon will be sved.
GraelsU aid the authoritlee
have found definite elam of
"great value" which mre seed-
ing up the solution
Panama City was tense with
excitement today as rumors cir-
culated to the effect that the
"good clue" announced yesterday
by President Jose Ramon Guia-
do had borne fruit.
Reports from Colon indicate
that the Atlantic side city was
also gripped by the same air of
expectancy and that several ar-
rests had been made by Colon
police.
Guizado and his cabinet met
at noon today, but there
was no indication whether the
meeting was 'outine or was to
deal with new developments in
the investigation of the race-
track assassination of President
Jose Antonio Remon Jan. 2.
Numerous arrests also have
been made in Panama City, ac-
cording to unofficial reports.
The Canal Zoze was also alive
with rumors that the assassins
had been apprehended and that
at leost one had eonf esed his
guilt, InmplI.gtt others In the
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The further use of Albrook Air Force Base for
AUlar plane flights should be discontinued, according
frecoOmmendotion ma4e by, the Board of Directors &f
Pana"m Canal Comaony, it was revealed today.
In a resolution paed yesterday duripp their -
lr session, the board noted that the continued use
Arok Air Force Base for aircraft is extremelyl hl
oueS t the civilian hopulotion in the area, andpy=
an "appalling risk of disaster."
They directed Governor Seybold, as President of the 4
nal Company's Board of Directors, to take the niatMor
fore the competent authorities of the United States
ernment." .dtt
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ec' ric sigs were ordered turned
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Vepo tI fomi outside of Puer.- cal hotel, aAd ordered Carlos La-
to Sply and La ruz indicate rs Hein, one of the alleged insure
that e rest of the country Is gent leaders, to appear before it
peacelt. Government forces uni- for questioning. Lara was taken
der Col. Mrdil Agullu took up Wednesday whe n Government
strategic psIt4i0o' to surround troops recaptured from the rebels
the invade, estimated to be a- the important communica t 10on s
bot6t 800 meen;. center of Villa Quesada, 50 miles
., The Assedibly last night ap- from San Jose.
proved, the suspension of civil The commander of the govern.
.uaarnifes. However no politi.- ent forces, Francisco J. Oa.
Scalfrtoners were taken, and the ich, who also -Is public works
Oetfts of the measure have pra.e- minister was iured tly
4ticaly not been felt. the battle for Villa Quesada when
International plane service was .he threw himself into the brush as
resumed today. an enemy plane strafed his head-
ThVe "iarlo Costa Rica" re- quarters.
ported that Rafael Calderon Lara was Idmeatfed as thee
Guardia and Others had left on wch se ted VS rbel
Mexico to join ,the revolutiona- sa which seized Villo Qat-ek.
ies in Ricfirst day ofthe attac
ries In Cosa Rica. Government troops were pursu,
JFares said rebel forces who ing a group of fleeing rebels from
attaovern t are flee- nt edon ge 8. CsUm >)
i twI : .Nicaragua and now _____e__________
hod two towns, both near I '
He f d the eountry wouldM RW Idng Club
be ldewareof the insurgents short. I
The towns still in rebel hands Horse HuR In
wera Puerto Soley and Penas
Blacas, Moth near the frontier Jump F m ia TruckI
on the Paeific coast. iJm p rmm Iuck
A '"brwnm out" was ordered il .
this capi ety as a precaution Two of the best jumpers of
amait Mrepetttm of Wednesday's the Panama Riding Club hur-
air at s. Outside Ught, and e- lled themi elvA out of action
Yesterday while being loaded on
Sa ruck which was to, transfer
C J Te- them to the Curundu fair
U. ( M grounds.
"a Carenclto, a native thorough-
bred noted as a fearless Jumper,
r attempted to hurdle thethe side rail
0U f~ ia Hi bofethe truck and suffered a
urdM au m broken hip cap.
H is mate, Mh t I, equally noted
A young Colon student who for her hurdling, also attempted
wa t passenger yes-to follow and suffered a severe
terdayI i n ca tilci c hed cut on one shoulder.
ayCr entrash wawil be tied up for
down on elbnk#nt i I at least onth. The mare, who
boa Road; and the driver of the
car, Earl Corbin, were both was less seriously injured, nm
opita_4 a*t'orgas- asare- b, e in shape sooner, but it was
psultofIn lresl-u l asta the doubttul today she would be in
accident. te condition to take part in the
Neither onCie north w, horse s hows listed among the
~M ame1w attractions of the Curundu Fair,
Marjo r 2e Ames,1 wereU10 which gets underway this eve-
ly mtw. Two passengers w h o Ding.. +
care olt ii 8a thb nd< ca olores l King 18 and Oswald the fair, sponsored by the Cu-
mot brut A admitted to tra runfdu Bw ni.g Pool Asn., will
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FIGOUIES AND CABINEaf- Costa Rican,President Jose Figueres and his cabinet meet to
consider action against the invasion from the Nicaraguan order. F


Reds Call Home French .Envoy
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PARIS, Jan. it (UP) The eva convention on t
SaOert Uon called home its chemical and bac
Ambassador to Frauce for con- weapon.
ultations leday In an ineress-
tly touh oimunlst eam- This morning a'
to stop thearearmament of noueenment the I
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Reserve Plart
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
- Administration proposals for
a four-year extension of the
draft and a military pay in,
crease found quick congressional
support today, but opposition
loomed to a sweeping new mili-
tary reserve program.
Congressional leaders said pri-
vately President Eisenhower will
have to throw his full and con-
tinuing support behind the re-
-serve program, which incorpo-
fates a modified version of uni-
versal military training, to get it
through a reluctant congress.
And even with all-out presi-
dential support, the plan faces
an uncertain fate at the hands of
congress, these leaders said.
The President yesterday kicked
off what will undoubtedly be one
of the biggest controversies, of
the new congressional session by
proposing:
I. A four-year extension
of the draft combined with the
new %atioaal reserve plan.
.. Selective military pay In-
crease averaging about 6.7 per
cent.
Congressmen and senators who
will handle the legislation in
committee predicted ttlo dif-
ficulty over extending the draft,
now due to expire June 30. Legis-
lators generally agreed with the
President that there is no other
way to maintain military forces
sizable enough for the period of
"uneasy peace" ahead.
And with congress in a mood
to give a pay. hike Co civilian
federal workers, these was little
opposition to proposals to In-
crease military pay and other
benefits to make a military ca-
reer more attractive.
But many congressmen, tradi-
tionally opposed to anything
smacking of UMT, cast a IutLle
eye on the reserve programpar-
ticularly on its two key features.
They call for compulsory reserve
dut" after active service and the
trao4ning of 100,000 youths an-
nually for six months basic
training followed by 9% years
reserve duty.
Players, Fans
At Golf Open.
Honor Reme
Panama Op"6 0f taor.a-
ment dipants sad m eta-
,toed at a so pam rrt* "-
knee by the fintie of t he
Panama Golf U C1 ry ta
memory of dSlateas o as"
Antonko uine- -
The trIu l t e lla ePres-
Mldet, a e ae a
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n hdo1no6t redle t
S* *home leave travel law,
O Remon Tombh in th
On Re IVI )f -TombU Board specified that emp
S should have an option i
The entire membership of the which travel plan hey e l
Panama Otnal Company's Board that employee cannot sceiv
of Directors attending the quar- benefit of both home leave
terly meeting of the Board in el provisions and the red
the Canal Zone yesterday paid Panama Line rates during
tribute to the memory of Hi given period.
Excellency, Joser Antonio Remon In other actions, the boar
Canters, going to the cemetery thorised an increase in dm
In a group and placing a wreath pensions paid to former
at the late president's tomb. ployes of 1he Panama `1
The group of officials walked This authorizes benefits to
to the tomb from the entrance ber of non-U.S. citMns
of the cemetery in a procession ered under the ds
led by Secretary of the Army relief act.
Robert Stevens, Assistant secre- Considerable time was 0i
tary of the Army George H. to other items on the
Roderick, and Governor Seybold. particularly to the oveiyI
Roderick and Seybold carried policy of the Com
the wreath and Stevens placed ated matters.
it on the stand, With the meeting coanc
Representing the Republic of member of theoad
Panama at the cemetery weren peraing. Sectary of thej
Camilo Levy Salcedo, Director of Stevens left by plane early
Protocol, and RogeA eoarcia de:morninga40411iAssx, "t
Paredes, Assistant Director of reta -of = ryi 3s
Protocol., Sunday by- h .
Representing the Panama Ca-] MrU.,aib -ft -
nal Company were: Stevens, Friday mnbn y forQ ,
Roderick, Seybold Robert P. merica anid
Burroughs, Mal. (en. Glen Z. former Governor Iidm
Edgerton, John W. Martyn, How- left bv lane early-i'
ard C. Petersen, Charles S. Reedof, ,, wo. "tunt
Maj. Gen. Julian L. SchbleyMr. Fpten wili*M
Theodore H. Maennler, Lt. Gov- '-t....,, il lae
ernor Harry 0. Paxson, and M.S ry Vmmr
W.,Whitman, Secretary of the land Mr. Ma*wo WN
Panama Canal Company. Miami Sunday morning

This Is The Dry Season, You Kn
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Canal Zone residents hastily
dragged their lawn furniture off
the lawn, transferred their bar-
becue parties to the dining room,
turned on their dry heaters and
took umbrellas off shelves as un-
seasonable heavy rains drenched
both sides of he Isthmuslast
ii ht.
2he generally overcast skies
which have been threatening
rain for the past few days, open-
ed up-during the afternoon and
a total of 1.15 inches of rain fell
on Balboa and 1.86 inches in
Cristobal during the 24-hour pe-
riod. OGatun reported 2.09 inches
and Madden Dam 3.01.
In Candalara, a weather sta-
tio non the Peqruni River, the
rainfall ha totaled 9.5 Inches for
the first 11 days of January, wIth
most of that recorded in tme past
two days.
The rains, whi were general
-,vr Wi tntmn were H vv


with the minimum at O
being 69 degrees ThurudS,
This was the lowest te
ture ever recorded dto*
uary on the Atlantic S .
I Rain is not uniual iJ
according to weath
records. The hg ft-tift
of Janan ry in Crb
inches and for B
es. So far this
Cristobal has reported
of rainfall and
inches.
Rain was not unusuM 1
uary 100 years ago th
ing to the old lies of V
and Herald.
On Jan. S0, 19, two*
or the complete of the 1

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T- FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, IO


Peter Edson


Washington


' THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN WASHINGTON -(NEA)- Why
people want to make a career of
"rhi ^ k A hI B O X working for the U.S. government
I n" is sometimes something of a mys-
_- True enough, for the pick-and
-: shovel workers there are long va
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama American. cations, liber; I sick leave with
Letters are received gratefully and are handled In a wholly confidential pay whether they're sick or not,
manner, and assured pensions on retire-
If you contribute o letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the ment.
axt day. Letters are published in the order received. There are promotions in grade.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. for those who plod along, keeping
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. their noses clean and their necks
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions in. There are a few incentive re-
expressed in letters from readers. wards for employes who come up
,- with suggestions for increasing ef-
: N A U ficiency or saving Uncle Sam
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE money
San Antonio, Texas But it takes an act of Congress
Jan. 11. '55. to get a general pay raise like
Sir: the one this new Congress will
Investigations are still In order in Congress, and the next probably pass. And for employes
will be the Postal Department and the Postmaster General, who work their way from bottom
aAd they need it. to top, a kick in the pants is the
SEight cents for a letter to Panama, when you can send reward a; often as net.
tiround the world for nickel. The letter postage will likely The list of recent cases proving;
go: up but that v.con L hurt much. these points is impressive:
Texas Legislature meets today and they have to dig up B. T. ritzpatrick, fired as gen.-
.26 million dollnrs in New Tax or go broke. eral counsel of Housing and Home
Letter from my old friend Dad Balentlne. Waterville. Maine. Finance Administcation after 21,
Mals he is tnowed in and can't go out to find his hard cider years to make way for a lame
S a.d applejack. but has found some beer that will do until it duck Republican congressman who
S'tflwo. He gives me more news from Chlriqul and Boquete that had voted against govern m e nt'
rn Lavi's the Boquete hardware merchant and father of housing programs ten times.
2-.ar-old twin boys. Sam can't take time out to write: too reform Ladejinsky, father of land.
-boy with the boys. reform in Japan, was fired as U.S.
Half the state Is covered with a blanket of snow, the agriculture attache in Tokyo. The
second in two weeks, but it won't reach us. See what I can Agriculture Department's security
iup next week. Sincerely, officer scid the fact that Ladejin-
l| p next week. sincerely, -"op Wright. sky,. who was born in Russia. has
______________. relatives still living in Russia is
enough to withhold security clear-
I DF CLANrFS By Colbraith fis ruling touched off a con-
troversy, since the State Depart-
---- ment had cleared him even though
it had the same information on
him.
SThe uproar reached the White'
House and Ladejinsky wound up I
Sin in Harold Stassen's Fcreign
Operations Administration where
l he will help with the land reform
program in South Viet Nam.
The case of atomic scientist Dr.
Robert Oppenheimer is familiar
vto everyone. For. merely having
S._ supported Dr. Oppenheimer's po-
sition, Dr. Jchn Von Neumann now
I I \1' Tfaces a stiff battle getting Senate
SI | confirmation as a member of the
Atomic Energy Commission.
State Department career man
4 lJohn Paton Davies. cleared in nine
separate loyalty investigations, is
-= nevertheless let go because he is
a controversial figure they don't
knew how else to handle.
lThese cases present a mixture
of the Eisenhower administration's
security program with a straight
Republican political housecleaning.
,' It. is sometimes dificult to tell
S. .. where ojlea.es f and tie other
begins. But .a/fAcation now!
4 seems to 4 .h10 -e sng. ':
116 7The purge of government work-
-- er may have run its course. It
,3 was somewhat naturally carried
II I to excesses in the zeal for rooting
g o v e r nment. But exaggerated
claims on the number of firings
ew.ImsbNI SW for disloyalty have deflated the!
; ja. g f inquisition. The Senate's condem-
__nation proceedings against Sen-
so, no. stupid YOU'RE supposed to be the reindeer- ator Joseph R. McCarthy com-
'M s up DOd to ride on the sled!" pleted the flattening-out. A few
'M s.... d do ...key court cases are putting the
Smatter in better perspective.
S__ Val R. Lorwin, University of
E i_ ._ ,__ ____'..__ .Chicago professor and Jorm er
] Answer to Prev1 Puzl State Department employee, won
a six-year fight to clear his name
Scr n Idol of charges of communism. When.
the government could produce no i
AOSOU 57 Bargai ent evidence, perjury charges against
6 A74 fo1* TLcke ad hairhim were dropped.
Now before the Supreme Court
DOWN A on anpeal is the case of Dr. Jchn
.i AustralenPther 42 Low nd il Peters of Yale. Discharged
mgti. 1o pompano I Kfrom the Public Health Service
Ditum 2 SiounnaIndian A on charges of disloyalty without
Is Hi 'es am 3 Slousoan aC111%being informed of or confronted
Y0110 yn and old Indiana n EMby those who made the charges.
14yoapanes 4 Greab.) Sagainst him, he has sued for wain-
S Burdened 20 Pith 42 Low sand illstatement.
Is 1 lh eggs 6 Maple genus 22 Succession 43 Shop by Federal Deposit Insurance Cor
jISStlsh river ,Femalesaint 23Lookeov 44Mineshaft poratlon in a thinly disguised po-
S d ab.) 24 Ripped huts litical move, has sued for rein-.
re 8 Invisible vapor 25 Sea eagle 45Palm leaft statement to protect his 26-year
9 3 Hot 26 Bed of straw 46 Genuine Civil Service record.
Silraeans 10 Jason's boat 28 Above 47 Mast Democratic leaders in Congress
Tumsult 2 River in 48 God of love have another angle in investigat-
g 12Perches Africa 49 Proportion ing administration firings of ca-
19 He is one of 30 Lampreys 50 Session (ab.) reer government workers to make
(praf) the -- 38 Give 52Qualified places for GOP patronage ap-
atrs4 t[ *5 ( ob."'The Eisenhower administration
?trI itself may take the leuo(O)ad in trying
5 i W If to straighten out this mess by re-
S( )-vising both its security program
regulations and its poli tal job
peviae ST e survival of the entire Civil
Prevacate Service system based on a non-
political, career employment for
I t aBall government workers is now
IatK stake.
SIWRONG TURN

.ab) .. I i WINDHAM. Conn (U) -
I Authorities reported that while|
Sn Leo A. Racine was fleeing the
scene of an accident he drove
hi I Woav through a bedroom wall and
i Awakened Ernest Angel a state
pIS -t r' policeman.
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Friends who have talked with
the President point out that he
faces somewhat the same problem
as Franklin Roosevelt had with the
old guard Democrats. Roosevelt
had to sidestep the Jim Farleys,
the Ed Flynns, and the other pros
by organizing independent political
committees such as that under Fi-
iorello La Guardia. Likewise, Ike
1has sidestepped the regu-
lar Republican National Commit-
tee by reinvigorating the Citizens
for Eisenhower Committee. He
confided to one close friend that
he was even thinking of making
James Murphy, head of the Citi-
zens Committee, the new chairman
of the GOP National Committee.
Ike's friends also recall that he
started out with a GOP chairman
supposed to be a liberal Republi-
can-Wesley Roberts of Kansas--
but had to drop him after Roberts'
unforeseen lobbying record was re-
vealed. In a hurry and not know-
ing where to turn, he took Leonard
Hall as the new chairman, but
hasn't been too happy with him.
The President's friends say he
really waxes eloquent when de-
scribing his idea for building
friendship abra.lind, puttt
across more libe estic po-
cies at home. Th ble 8I that
he runs up against, cnstalit road
J blocks from his own supporters.


THIS IS THE MAN:


ROBERTO


DE


VICENZO


Champion golfer from Argentina. Winner of the Open Championships in:

Argentina (4 times), Uruguay, Chille, Peru, Brazil, Mexico (twice),

France, Holland, Belgium and Panama (twice).


THIS IS THE RECORD:


62


Playing brilliant golf, Roberto De Vicenzo shattered par (72) in the first

round of the 1955 Panama Open and set a new course record by shooting

an incredible 10-under-par 62!!


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THIS IS THE CIGARETTE:


LUCKY


STRIKE


Spnosrs of De Vicenzo in the 1953, 1954 end 1955 Panama Opens.

LU- Y STRIKE salites this. great golfer and wishes him. cont'upd.

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Nixon vs. Neuberger
Here is a play-by-play account
of what happened when freshman
Sen. Dick Neuberger of Oregon
chastised Vice President Nixon at
the Women's Press Club dinner
and did it so effectively that Mrs.
Malone, wife of the GOP senator
f r o m Nevada, walked out in a
huff.
Neuberger and Case of New Jer
sey were the feature speakers.
Case gave an excellent speech, so
gocd that Neuberger's might well
have been an anticlimax. It wasn't.
After some wisecracks and jokes
on himself, he hit the theme: "We
must base our politics on issues,
not on character assassination."
This brought general applause,
but Vice President Nixon, sitting
one yard from the speaker's stand,
did not applaud. He had gone into
Oregon, together with eight Re-
publican senators, and had person-
ally delivered some of the worst
character attacks on Neuberger.
"No election is worth winning,"
continued the young senator from
.Oregon, "it. we hay to abandon
the Sermon on 4he Mount and the
Ten Commandments."
By this time the vice present
was getting red in the face.
"I hope," continued..Neubrgr.
refering io Benedit Arnold. .at
wea ill not begin c i natga ge
Washington because ne once trust-
ed a traitor."
Nixon squirmed and got more
crimson.
"And I want to thank one man
who came into Oregon and cam-
paigned hard against me but cam-
paigned squarely on the issues, not
personalities," said the young sen-
ator. "I refer to the senior senator
from -California, Bill Knowland."
This brought down the house.
Without mentioning Nixon's nane,
Neuberger had spanked him about
as neatly and as soundly as anyone
could be spanked.


Brockman Named

Girls Stale

Educational Head
Leonard M. Brockmiah, will be
education director of Caribbean
Girls State .for the 1955 season,
it was announced today.
The Caribbean Gir State will
again be held at Fort Gulick
from March 31 through April 7.
Caribbean Girls Sta is spon-
sored by the American W.Lkion
Auxiliary and is administered by
a board of American Legion
Auxiliary members. Mrs. Grayce
'Gravatt Is department president
of the American Legion Auxi-
liary. The chairman, of Carib-
bean Girls State and of the board
is Mrs. Louise Griffon; vies
chairman, Mrs. llUa Ws4t; mem-
bers Betty Malone; E: W r Bea-
ker; Betty Crawford;' prances
GOlley; Vmra Bolek; becca 1.
Hatten; and Lydia 4leau, es
oficio; Orayce GraWt. tx-oflci.
Sponsorships are $I0 each.
Checks or money orders may be
forwarded to: TreisiUrer, "Carlb-
bean Girls State," Mrs. Rebecca
L. Hatten, Box 2562, Cristobal,
C. Z.


faINOS


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WASHINGTON president Eis Geerge Says No
enhower's tali"r"wf wM'-p- 5es
guarding his iPolitaftue are For instance, Harold Stauen and
continuing..7Th( detaell.b talks Fohn Foster Dulles had worked out
are not always Identical, but the a new Marshall Plan for out.
-aeeral ubatnet ,And one asst. Asia with th e full blessinfr Southf
thing be keeps harplg a on is thatte President. But when tse
he doesn't want runoA condanacunced it at a press conference
ther I Secretary of the Treasury Humph.
Another thing he emphasizes Is rey telephoned him from Brazil
that the Republican party must and proceeded t o bawl ImBra out In
-build a new liberal organization, the harshest sort of languaget in
develop new leaders. The minute he returned from
He also talks of polie Brazil, H u m p h re y effectively
S. He also talks of policies Very blocked the proposed IMarshall
similar to those of Roosevelt and Plan for Sou theaproposed Marshare
T'rnman-when it comes to foreign suit, there Just isn't ioing to be
.. affair though, in on Im. any Marshall Plan. There willing to be
portant case, Ike's ideas didn't get the same type of aid we have sent
Oi one inch beyond his more conserv- in the past, but no farsighted, long.
ative, budget-balancing secretary range program such a s Ike do.
of the treasury, George Humphrey. scried to friends j u a t before
..Lunching with one liberal Repub Christmas.
lcan the other day, the President Plans to rejuvenate the Republi
emphasized the importance of get- can party also run up against the
emphasized the importance of get- roadblock of Senate conservatives.
ngvto blcr theous, young Republicans Today, the two senators proposed
roots u te party from the grass as chairman of the Senate Cam-
roots up, talked about sending sev.
eral thousand young Americans to B parrygn Committee are McCarthit
work overseas in a mammoth cru- Barry Goldwater of Arizona and
sade to win friendship. McCarthylte Jenner of Indiana.
Simultaneously Ike favors the
Ike mentioned such mon as Sen. conservatives, n o t the liberals,
Clifford Case of New Jersey as the when it comes to jobs. Fer in.
type cf Republican needed to run stance, Senator Duff of Pennsyl.
for president. He indicated that he vana was the first Repub4can an-
was not unhappy with the outcome ator to come out for Eisenhower.
of the November election because He is considered one of the top
the two men he wanted most to Eisenhower men on Capitol Hill.
win were Case and Rep. Jack Jay- But he is seldom consulted, gets
its, who became attorney general few jobs. In contrast, Senator Mar-
of New York; both liberal Republi. tin of Pennsylvania, a member of
cans. the anti-Elsenhower, pro Taft
wing, gets most of the jobs but
New CoP CharmanI? doesn't always vote with Ike.


OFFICIAL NOTICE
The Government of Panama will pay the sum of fifty thousand
dollars (850,000.00) in cash to the person or persons who submit
to Col. Bolivar Vallarino, Commander of the National Guard; Mr.
JIenrique de Obarrio, Manager of the National Bank (Banco Nacio-
nal); or to Dry Mario Rognoni, medical director of the Santo Tomas
Hospital, information leading to the arrest of the killer or killers of
President Jose Antonio Remon.
It is guaranteed that the names of the persons giving this in-
formation will be held in the strictest confidence.
Payment will be made immediately on proving the veracity of the
information.


Panama, Jan. 5, 1955.




C. ARROCHA GRAELL,
Minister of Government and Justice.


'AGE TWO


THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER













FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1955 T PANAMA AMERICAN A


USAF Unveils Revolutionary Plan for


Military 'Supply Pipeline of the Air'


By DOUGLAS LA SEN
WASHINGTON-,(NEA)-An all.
out drive by the Air Force to
gceate a military "supply pipe-
tlne of the air" could start anoth-
er revolution in American a v i a-
tion.
It could speed up general use
of commercial jet airliners by
many years. It would be a huge
boost to the already fast-growing
commercial air cargo business.
And It would mean an addi.
tional multi-billion dollars' worth
'of new business to t h e aircraft
Industry.
Now t h a t the nation accepts
liant bombers as the key to
merica's offense and a fighter
aircraft force as its first line o
defense, the Air Force believes
it's time to sell the country on
the cargo plane or logistics.
However, the w h o I e concept
contains controversial elem e n t s
which will stir plenty of a r g u-
ments in Congress and in the
Pentagon.
It's bound to inflame the Navy.
Flying supplies over oceans tends
to put the admirals out of busi-
ness. Proponents of this expand-
ed air logistics plan talk of mov-
ing everything overseas by plane
except the bulkiest equip m e n t
and petroleum products.
"And if you plan right you
can stock enough petroleum and
big stuff at our bases overseas
to last through the next war," an
AF expert claims.
Air F or ce Secretary Harold
Talbott says, "The decisive phase
of a future general war could be
in the first 30 to 60 days, and I
cannot conceive of placing total
reliance on surface transportsa-
tien during that time."
Assumpion that the next w a r
will be a short one is already a
subject of hot debate in the Pen-
tagon.
At the big Air Force Associa-
tion Air Logistics Conference,
where the program was launched,
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen.
Nathan F. Twining revealed that
a start has already been made on
it.
"Our immediate objective is to
increase Air Force airlift c a p a-
bility by 50 per cent in the next
three to five years," he said. "In
the succeeding five years, our
goal is double or triple our pres-
ent capability."
Probably the most disputed part
of a big aerial pipeline is its cost.
Talbott's argument is:
"The time of the engine o v e r-
haul cycle will be reduced from
270 days now required by surface
transportation to 100 days by air.
This means a 25 per cent reduc-
tion in engine requirements and
adds up to hundreds of millions

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when we know that a single en- having to package all items toi
gine can cost up to $78,000." withstand handling aboard a h ip'
Dr. George P. Baker, a Har- and long storage periods would]
vard University transportation ex- make a. 15 per cent saving in
pert, explains how the idea could weight of items sent abroad.
effect further major savings.
Despite these savings, Dr. Ba-
"Overseas supply officers would ker admits that the price per ton
need only about 20 per cent of to move equipment from the east
the inventory they now kee p. coast to Europe under the pro-
They would get parts rom t h e posed plan would be $281, as com-
U.S. in three to four days. And pared with $122 for present s e a
central stockage in the U.S. would transportation. At present it costs
be controlled by a single point." $2644 per ton for shipment be-
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Those are costs for peace-time
Operations. Air Force experts
point out that you can't put a
price-tag on fast logistics during
a war. And Gea. Twining adds an
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greater threat to surface trans-
portation systems than to air sys-
terms. This is particularly true
when you consider o u r massive
pert installations and the I o n g
transit time of surface move.
meant, with its longer exposure to
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Proponents of the plan are talk-
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weigh 200 tons, c a r r y 100,0001
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Head Office: 65 Wall Street, New York
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1964
INCLUDING DOMESTIC AND OVERSEAS BRANCHES


71 Branches in Greater New York


57 Branches Overseas


ASSETS
Cash, Gold and Due from Banks .................................... .............$1,311,011,894
United States Government Obilgations ....................................... 1,842,996,802
Obligations of Other Federal Agencies ........................................ 35,464,846
State and Municipal Securities ............................................... 596,283,109
Other Securities. ............................................................ 60,581,083
Loans and Discounts ........................................................ 2,337,065,556
Real Estate Loans and Securities ............................................ 4,978,328
Customers' Liability for Acceptances .......................... .............. 43.819,480
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank .............................................. 15,000.000
Ownership of International Banking Corporation ............................ 7,000,000
Bank Prem ises ............................................................... 27,177,771
Items in Transit with Branches ............................................. 38,100,729
Other Assets ................................................... .............. 3,625,188
Total -............................... 6,323.104.786

LIABILITIES
Deposits ...... ..... .................................. $5,639,188,380
Liability on Acceptances and Bills ........................... .. 75,693.233
Less: Own Acceptances in Portfolio ............................. 29,344.669 46,348,564
Due to Foreign Central Banks ............................................ 18,492,300
(In Foreign Currencies
Reserves for:
Unearned Discount-and Other Unearned Income ............ ............. 22.472,680
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Capital .................................. ....................... 200,000.000
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ed.Charge Against Robin Hood


o Be Probed By School Board
--o-
MONTREAL, Jan. 14 (UP) -1lads," the parent is reported to
vable old Robin Hood a Com- have said of the Robin HuOO
munist? history, which set off a similar
Thlat's hat the Greater Mon- controversy in Britain last veai
eal Protestant School Boarl is He asked that his name be itlh-
oing to look into. An uidenti- held so his son would not be
r 1ed parent has charged that -blacklisted"
Se story o the noted archer ,f The parent said he objected 'o
'Shervwood Forest fits In neatlyv'. number of points in the Robin
U ith Communist philosophy Hood story, including the desie
City Counciller Roy Wagar of Arthur-one of the hero's
" i.sked Thomas Sommerville, di- merry cohorts-to knife the bish-
S* rector of education of the school 'op of Hereford.
board, to Investigate. *.It would on;y be natural o101
-e Meanwhile, in Indianapolis, young boys to Identify the im-
.ind, Mrs. Ada White. a member perilled bishop of Hereford with
of the Indiana Textbook Adop-:bishops now living," the parent
'"tion Commission, said she is glac said.
a Canadian parent agrees with
her that Robin Hood is a sto:y He also referred to the Sherl-
that fits Communist philosophy wood Forest hero's habit of rob-
Mrs. White. who made the bina the rich to give to the poor.
eharge a year ago. said today, "People get something for
"I, too, think it Is wrong to 'nothing and. before they realize
glorify law-breakers." 'it., they're slaves." the parent
Wagar, said the parent said added. Charles Rittenhouse. di-
Communist propaganda was be- rector of literature for the
Ing fed to youngsters 10 to 12 school board, defended use of
, .years old at the West End Co'.n- the story in the drama cla-,. He
"nation School, whbse creative 'said it was part of the English.
SAdramatics class is under Br:ice course, had been taught for fou!
Raymond. 'years and was chosen by Rny-|
e Raymond is business manager, mond because students w ere
S.ef the Mountain Playhouse, Mnn-,familiar with It.
treal's famous summer time "As far as I can see," Ritten- -
theater atop Mt. Royal. ,house added, "the whole thing is
"It isn't good -fare for our ridiculous."
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Judge Refuses To Reduce Bail

For Minot (Mickey) Jelke
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NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (UP) Jelke was convicted at nis first
General Sessions Judge John trial on the strength of testi-
Mullen refused today to recinle mony by several confessed call
Minet Mickey) JelKe's $45,0U0 girls, Including Pat Ward, Pat
ball pending a second trial of Thompson, and Erica Steele, a
t'ie oleomargarine heir on self-styled madame. The first
c'-'arges of running a $100-a- two are being held in $1,000 ball
: :It call girl ring for cafe su- as material witnesses for the
c...y trade., new trial. Miss Steele still is be-
"I don't see any reason to in sought.
change the ball," Mullen said Jelke said he would fly to Flor-
after an assistant district attor- Ida this afternoon to join his
ney told him continuation of \wife, the former Sylvia Eder,
the bond would assure the pro- whom he married after his con-
secution of "having Jelke arounzi eviction and sentence to three to
tor the next trial." six years in prison on the com-
Jelke, 24. stood silent before pulsory prostitution charges.
the judge's bench during the Meanwhile, Los Angeles police
proceedings. He appeared to issued a "wanted" bulletin today
ha&e lost weight since his con- on Miss Steele.
vieton, which was upset by the
Court of Appeals because public The district attorney's office
and press were barred from the said press reports Miss Steele
Shad offered to turn herself over
:fTlke's attorney, George W tO authorities iWp .'e a deposi-
te k t e hol eir's bail tion in the case we) unfoundd
reducedF because since h is ed.". Miss Steele disappeared
T first trial Jelke has been mar- from her Los Angeles residence
S ried and has Inherited a large after New York detectives ar-
gsum of money. Jelke said "my arrived last week.
mother and father and my wife
wil attend daily" bhis second
"It will be like a cloesly knit-
ted family," he said.
optimisticc about Jelke's new f I
Herz told reporters ne w ,s
-eptmlstic about Jelke's new
trial, which he thought "may
come up during the next six
'All we have is the unsubstan-
tiated testimony of these prosti- __.1o 1' 4
tutes given in the secrecy of a ,.
closed courtroom and I feel with
the trial being opened to the ifemoviesonTV much
press and the public, things will, oeld the cowboys will riding
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cil and O t o. 5O3s7,Jn co n'Chez Eloise' Show
-ms ion tOf Fashions Set


2Af, & f34, P3L N -CE -t For Wednesday
Sa BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE poket. Giving it to the boy, he
S said, "Why do you pretend to be The annual Balboa High School
Svs f Late one ranf .inht, a Hiend earning money? You are a child. Fashion Show, Chez Eloise, will
ta e W s tfwlagsik A fPa4d AAA / La 3 -e s sa Fa' and I were watig for a cab out Then be one. Go home. Take off be presented on next Wednesday,
.. 202. 71 ,1w ,V^ 1 0 &md e a big-city railroad terminal. your wet shoes. It is time you at 8:00 p.m. on the front lawn
M-, i .,,, tI J s, PVm 2.-0 740 S.0741 ia 9:00 10 Ahead of us was an elderly worn- were in bed." of the school. The show is un-
.^ q .., an laden with luggage. As a cab We both knew that the child'der the supervision of Miss Eloise
Swerved is to her signal, a boy would not go home. He had found Mcnroe.
RNO BOLD ENTERTAINS visit from their son, Ens. C Wil f about ten, his shoes tn and it too profitable to exploit his The girls will model to the mit-
GOVERNT LUNCTERTON liam H. Cawel, Jr., who topp shabby coat wet with rain, thrust personal needs for unreal co- sic of the HAS orchestra direct
BOABO MEM XRS AT off while transiting the Canat a- ahead of her. He opened her cab mercial transaction. He has a'ed by Victor A. Herr. Piano solos
Governor John S. Seybold was host at midday oI the board the USS Navarro en route door with a flourish. Then clos- hard adjustment ahead. In the by Ronald Bauman and Steve
Fora Room of the T. oU Gunst House at a luncheon honor- to San Diego. ing it after her heo stoo, his real commercial world, he will Schrantz, a flute solo by Mike
lTg members of the Beard of Directors of the Panama hand stretched out waiting to not be paid for the appeal of his Witkin, a vocal solo by Bcb White
Canal Company. ca mp tartonpagy. He will be paid only for the Forest Wise, Joyce Shaw, Betty
Surn toDpag IIHe gct none. In a flash his look value of the work he performs. Coppenhaver, and Niza Pasamon-
Baboa Woman's Cub a t al11, colored porcelain vase, of eager helpfulness turned to te, will add to the evening's enter-
Bau Wan lesCbHostesses were: Mrs. Ed ward rage. He began to shout curses ont is d e ford parents t inment. eve 's enter-
The Balboa Woman's Club held Hodgson, Mrs. Charles Garcia a after he movin cb Fa c r ordoi o The following girls will appear
their regular meeting Wednes- Mrs. Calvin H. Johnston. My friend took a dollar from his Fathes are especially prone to in the fashion show modeling the
day morning at the USO.-JWB. on Mrs. Montinari's mother. Mrs. II cents for cleaning the garage pre- dresses they made in sewing
La Boca Road in Balboa. Mrs. Mabel W. Andre was a guest Pa I L l a- pares him for the commercial classs:
Vada Pence, vice-president, presi. from the Drexel Hill Woman's lr world it does not, of course. In Carroll Adams, Senia Alpon ,
ding. After te meeting. Mrs. Herb- Club of Pennsylvania. Others -' l. sthe commercial world, real em Miguelda Arbaiza, Marcia Ro -a
ert Bathmann, Program. Chairman, present were Mesdames: Audrey lo ers arno ntbold, Judith Avila Sally Banton,
introduced the guest speaker, K i n c a i d, Vada Pence, Marga- ath notice for .inlu thine d o ep Helena Bishop, Joan Brenan, Bev-
as her subject, "My Life in Mexi-chant; R u t h Bathmann Peg- the box numbers s ed da In "So- Te n hie Casra, Elida Castellanos Betty
to gy Parker, Margaret C lu gn etali and Ot hrwbge,w' e d~ iolads In l .. neTyaw' c or w;Coppenhaver, Mary Virginima Cun-
CO. bbe.nd.ost .nroffi ce.N o s o od e., ", HoldsIn$1fillaIion needoa new ba bae l glove or on- ningham Ginny Di Bella, Wynelle
She gave most interesting Marge Coffey, Marj o r e Hod- bmeeinh andot heoacceted eo- ey to conrie to a teacher's.
htalk, rights of the speech were son, Elsie E. Garcia Mary L. phone .ThECulbirthdelbftC i To a n nny R D. Bea, Wynelle -
the exoticromantic and unqu Shelton, Kathering b a n I s, e Couples Club of t.Chris- rthday pesent.They don't ireDunn, ita Dura, Camille
aspects of different parts of Mexi- Elsie Ettinger Leona Saarinen Curundu Woman's Club topher's Church, Rio Abajo. will us to teath us how to manage er, Adeline Fierros, Janette Gau,
co. A fine collection of articles, Mary Worley; Edna Plumer, Nan. The Curundu Woman's Club wI take their corporate commu- money. They. are not moved by .Juanelle Henderson, Rose Hens-
costumes and silver from difer-,cy Womack, Helen Smith, Lois'hold their social meeting next nion on Sunday at 7:30 am. any of the interests that motvateler Judy Henter Marie Jenkins,
ont cities of Mexico were on dis-, Van Horn, Loretta A. Snodgras, Wednesday,at 9 a.m at the Grace Lombana, Angle Manas-
play. Mary E. Ruppel, Agnes Hearon musiLy Building in Curundu. Officers elected for 1955 w hey employ us o nly for the pro.- sakis, Carmen Martinez, Jan Mat-
Coffee was served following the Grattice Otten, Helen M. Quinlan,,The guest speaker will be Mrs. Ie installed during the service. Jimm, selfrewo .t moral thews, Carrie Miller, Dorothy Mon-
speech. The buffet table, from Ann Poplin Charlotte Cagley, Bob-I Frank J. Leap, who will show co- 'hose elected were: Dr. & Mrs. thing It is developecd not b fi roe, Pasionaria Navarette, Sheila
which as assortment of delicious bie Hackett, Jessica K.-Maure, lored slides taken on her re- Alfred N. Gerald, president; Fr. nancial gain, but moral gainour Patterson, Judy Rogers, Loa Rag-,
'-plstries and delicacies were serv- Annabelle Leap, Dora Michaelig cent trip thru' Zurich, Paris Mrs Clarence W. Hayes, sec- apreciation'of hi ursefulnesas uer, Mildred Sandrone, Anita Sch-
ed, was neatly arranged with a Phyllis M. Johnson Thelma Kruse, nich and Innsbruck. She wil also retary; Mr and Mrs. Herman a arae leaner o f his uswe mulness a neider Nancy Simon, Jo Ann Sor-
with lace tablecloth and a cen- Celeste Powell and Mrs. F. H. g ~a deceptive lecture me oore. treasurer; Mr. and Mrs. habit of substituting coins for this rell. Lois Spencer, Margaret Te-
trpiec of dried arrangement in Montnari.s fee will preceded the eet- Murray Blackman. and Mr. moral ain, Jimmy's respect forwinke, Jeanne Toedan, iRach-
u u Far pens g. Hostesses are Mr. Harr nd Mrs. Curtis K. Cobhm, rep-his usefulness, like the boy'satster of Ceremenes fo
i ITn i r DMpeB obrt, Mrresentatives. the railroad station, is lost in re-T
u'Us r g.ts i Tonight For 4 Days i t oland.Crok, an Mrs. So.l bemr aspectt for coins. In the adult mon-the evening will be Charles Hum-
The Curundu Fair will open to- ings. Members and guests are Also to be installed Sunday are ey world, money respect gets use ___
---night and run for the next four cordially invited to enjoy a very the officers of the Junior nowhere. This is the world where
'ANGE COMPLAINT: days. Hour for opening is 5 interestingg program and a social Daughters of the King: Misses we must so respect our usefulness FAMILY AFFAIR
_SrANDGE O .INTER E Co. .u n --P-p e hour. Marjorie Burnett, president: to it that we can demand it putt
HUSSAND TOO INTERESTED Count Von Pppenhem our ercedes Julian, vice-president: proper value on it. EAST HARTFORD, Conn. -
IN Wisconsin wie, aged 21 etr, re- The Charge d'Afares From GerCZGermany Retired Workers Vilma Neblett, secretary: Ellza. We pay Jimmy for usefulness'(UP Two brothers, James and
A Wscons for divore, aged 21, re- manyhe Charge dAffares of Ger- Meet On Tuesday b..eth Pilgrim, a st. secretary; because we forget that he's a Joseph Burns, took jobs at Pratt
enly sued that heor divorce, complained hman, Count George Von Poppa aen- I A meeting f the Canal Zone re Veronica Foster, treasurer. child Just as we rush him pre- and Whitney Aircraft 15 years
ng that her husband demanded heim, has returned and from a acer pointsred workers Association" is maturely into long pants, we rush ago. Today, eight of their sons,
uther athttentiony were togethver."waking m- iontrip to Bonn and other pints nounced for next Tuesday at 7 Women to Meet him into price-tagging his value wives, uncles and in-laws work in
t's pity shetogdidn'terput up with .m.urope. n the auditorium n of the Pa- before he knows his value. I the plant with them.
her husbands wanting her undiv- Mrs. Boque Departs icfic Clubhouse, for oiominatI ion A special meeting of the Worn- __
Ied attention for long enough for Mrs. Hazel Boque. who has and election of officers to direct 'an's Auxiliary will be held on
hin to have developed into a more been the house guest of her daugh. the working of the organization. Monday at 7:30 p.m. The Altar,
typical husband, ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. There wi also be enrollment 'Guild and the committees will ,
-or certainly no wife of even Adolfo Arrocha. has returned to' of new membe rs, members perfect plans for their work ,
fi o ears standing ever has to her home in Lincoln, Nebraska. are as ked to masseto properly throughout the yearn =
comply that her husband is too accomplish the noble work that \ ug u J y v ,_
Interested in her. Madures on Trips has begun. -- -
In fact,'after even a couple of Mr. Roger Maduro has left for I I I I
years of marriage most men are the United States on a combined US Army Calls I I
satisfied with very little attention 'business and pleasure trip. I I I
from a wife. For Good W
The reason, is, of course, that it Mr. Richard Maduro has been I0F Bids On Goods
Interferes with more "Important" an a vacation in Puerto Rico. J A
pursuits,- such as reading the LOcated in S.. A. /
morning paper at the breakfast ta- Brief Visitor
he and the evening paper at night. Capt. and Mrs. William H. Cas. Bids were solicited today by I /
Nothing a wife has to ay is well of Margarita enjoyed a brief the U.S. Army Caribbean Pro- OK s Itlng /


important enougha to ax e a
baPd put den his newspaper
take his es off the televj
et. if th is a boxing matec
f ot baA on the screen
.S /1s diW aflhreeiatet
Stt of wa
s-weo,
AA i'f L -o W few ye
y ~ to e'risbh not
v irmte s-peaee,.d .quiet an
So le0g as his wife will let
relax and not keep after him
a lot of chatter and attention
questions, he is a happy man
When so many wives are c
plaining that their husbands t
them completely for granted, i
strange, indeed, to hear of a
wanting to end a marriage beca
r husband wants her attend
"every waking minute."

4mapican flo n
LO4WCOST WINNERS CAN B3
SATISFYING AND DELICIO
By GAYNOR MADDOX
N EA Food M ad markets ESdi
sa t l in1_>:_A fUUUU SEIkt 2r^


abundant supply and therefore on
-the reassable list, and by care
ful pleading, and with the help
of tested recipes, we can all plan
satisfying low-cost meals ebery.
one in the family will praise.
We asked Mrs. Frances Foley
GalSm, of New York City's De-
partment of Markets, to help us
4'Velon some budget dinners.
Here is the result.
1. Braised fqwt with barbeque
sauce, browned potatoes, sea-
soeed kale, celery hearts and
carrot ticks, bread and butter or
martane, fruit compote, eofte.
tea, ik.l
S. ot Udiced beef tongue wih
a Mustard suuce, Lyonnais po-
tates, steamed cabbage slaw,
bread butter or margarie,
baked peaars with lemon
aestte with a savory
-b"d potatoes, buttered
p^ *r" ~ 8d 4ad butter or mar-
-Itesseaesge cake, cof.
a1llk.
of California and Art-
3n1011 brg lettuce ore large, ao
let's aMd Mlad to our budget din-
sen. Here's a West Coast ver
So French dressing we Jlke.
rielmta D ..rn
(Makes 4 uervngo)
Oeo-half teaspoon salt, % tea-
spea sugar, V teaspoon paprika,
dash of popper. % teaspoon dry
n1ustard, A cup vinegar 6r lemon
JuIle. cup salad oil. 1 hard-
cooked egg yolk, 1% tablespooml
Woreesterehire sauce. a teaspoon
chili powder. 1 great sion. 1
clove garlo, peeled.
lead the first five dry ingredl-
eso Add pinegar or lemon Juice
aid stir or shake vigorously. Add
el aid Shake again. Sieve egg
yelk late dessing. Blad Wee-
eeorlre and chili powder to-
waer d sir In, fiely-cut
aimsu-tp puVd AlL Jib a

S a drunmis at Its bet
hu i od


-us- perty Disposal Officers Ior live
., or items of foreign excess personal
Von Shooting a Lock property located In Pucallpa, Pe-
S- ru, and Bogota, Colombia.
c.. Four one Lwo-wheo !argo
trallpr Bi aogtrro-'

itat oer wo ro Glen Cro alnt 7c/o Inter-Amer-
.Mrs' boy. Don't hoot thati adlock! Colombia. Bids in quadruplicate
ing Harry Soref, a lock company h the trailers will be accepted
id a executive says that shooting ast tlw P oert Dis=al Office
padlock n the manner of a horse, atteP tropet i D ip osal ofe,
him opera cowboy rarely opens it Corozal until 27 January.
with Shooting just jams the works, he one engine assembly, a Gray
and said. i marine, four-cylinder, 52-horse-
S "Also, a bullet striking a pad- power, is located in Pucallpa,
om. lock may ricochet and wound the Peru, and may be Inspected by
take would be lock breaker," Soref contacting the Officer in Charge,
it is warned. Inter-Amerkcan Geodetic Survey,
wife "If you've lost the key to your! c/ U.S. Embassy, Lima, Peru. Bids
iuse own padlock then a locksmith is' in quadruplicate on the engine
tion your best friend. If you're a bur-1 will be accepted until 15 Feb-
glar, then change your profession.,ruary at the Property Disposal
But lay that pistol down." Office, CorozaL




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Down
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Gas Stoves.
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Rocking Chairs ..... 2.00
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Chins Closets ....... 5.00
Side Boards ........13.00
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FOR SALE
Household


FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE: Because of trip, FOR SALE -1950 Cadillac, Hy-
bedroom and living room furr.i- dramoic, good radio, new bat-
tuie Also p.anc, $100. Lamps. ten,. new interior. $250 below
"polleroa." etc 43rd Street No. dealer s price. House 53, Crislo-
18, Bella ,isto. bal 3-2573
FOR SALE.-Dining room set. 6 FOR SALE.-1950 Pontioc two-
chairs, Guatemalan mahogany & door sedan, cooper colored, white
rope Ii.ng room set. 6 pieces i 3- s.devwall tires like new. excellent
piece settee. 2 chars. 2 end to- broles. original body ,finish spar-
beis. 1 coffee table; small desk; kles $800 cash Mrs. Mary Mc-
ripewrter, Beouthrest double Corths. 2129-B Curundu. Tele-
bed. lamps. bookcase wiih heai phone 5*23
ing element, kitchen tab Ie. 2 -O L Cdl 1--
chairs, rugt, Quartermaster bu- FOR SALE--1952 Cadi lac, 1.7,-
reau and chest of drawers drapes. 000 rnles excellent condition.
etc etc All at sacrifice Mrs Enoy the dry season driving.
P',ni McCorh,, Curundu 2 I 29- _Phon any lfme" Albrook 7133.
B. Phone 5235. FOR SALE: 1951 Chevro'et
FOR SALE G E. wrPoeer t Po ,erglnde 4-door sedan, clean,
O=her. A 0LcE cle. wr iears ,.a. i., Phone ClaIton 6183
$75' t.ab rocker, crr seat. el-- FOR SALE 1953 Studeboker
trc sterilize 2 OI pa.nting? bh
tM se~z, o1D~'t~ b sport c:upe. r erv good car'dt on
M Ernesto Phone Curundu &- onn,der older caor in trade, or
4181 after 4 o m.. Apt. 57? -E vn ,'l See ato Shore Patrol
FOR SALE: 7 2-cu ft. deep- IHeodi:uarters. after 4 p.m.
freezer. 60-cycle. excellent c.n- FOP SALF -1954 Bel-Ar Chew-
dition Call No ., PoaHfic 2 i.?le 2-door, like new. Phone
SELLING OLIT- -- Refroeroic.. -1-404
divon-bed. l r5 bed'. che', .-' MUST SELL -Leaving '47 Chev--
drowers and other misc. alerT,. role coupe gcod condition 12-F,
!_Paro'o 4-E 4' Co.:. Sol~to Reasonable.
FOR SALE -QOuartermaiter bed. FOR SALE -1946 Hudson four -
Commissory mattress. l'nee h,-le d|or 'edan. Phone Balboa 6383
rnihogony veneer desk, dinq ni p m. or PIonoma 2-5047
cho-r. Good cond.r'on LeoQn'g afrer 5 p m.,
i country. Phon. 2-2476 cr 2- _"- --- --
3469. House I 15 Akee, Balbrou W ANTED
WAN TED
FOR SALE -- L..,,g room & 2"-
cycle v.ahing mach.ne Con, he MiSCellaneOus
er, between 2-4 p m at O'rr.
?I3'.B. Ft Claotc.n. Phorne 8"- WANTED- Good homes for
312 I _er prertvty kittens. Call Balboa
SFOR SALE: Corner furniture --. -----.-


I set; two-shelf modernistic ms- '
hogany table, 34 inches x 34
inches; three chairs, two with
one arm for sofa arrangement,
S175. 10104. 912 Street. Colon.
FOR SALE: Chinese carved
d e as k and matching chainrs. 8
draws, 31 inches wide. $35.
10104, 9". Street, Colon.


FOR SALE: Dunleptile feam
rubber mattress; double be 54
inehm wide. 6 Inches thiklkth
Imnhting SllmenW s ell m1uirs.
595. 10104, l9 Street,, l..
FOR SALE:- 25-cycle porcelain
refrigerator, 9-cu. ft. $100; dav-
enport $50: davenport-bed $35;
steel library desk $15; two steel
dressers $15 each. two steel bu-
reaus with mrrrors $10 each:
three straight bamboo choirs $5
each: one bookcase 5'8 1" tall
4' ide. six sheles $1 5' two fans
25-cycle 10"; one mirror 20"
"round $2 50; one high choir $ I 0;
one port-o-crib .s size. makes
crib or ploypen $15: one step-
ladder $5. H. W. Bigelow. 310-B,
Coco Solo. Phone 36-698.
FOR SALE:-3-p;ece overstutfed
living room set: Sofa, armchair,
rocker. $100. Firsr S.treet No. 4,.
Parque Lefevre.
FOR SALE: Refr;gerator. 25-
cycle. all porcelain,. large freer-
ing compartment, excellent con-
dition. 82-2182 days; 87-2136
evenings and week-ends
FOR SALE -Rattan set, Holl,-
iwood bed. micelloneous house-
hold items 712-A Prado, Balboa.


Doctor Removed: 300

Inmates Of Trinidad

Leper Colony Strike


US Should Issue

Ultimatum To China,

Says Texas Senator
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
- Sen. .Price Daniel (D'-Tez
urged President Elsenhower to-
night to let a time limit in wjich
the Chities Reds must relase
captive U. 8. airmen or face
drastic action by the United
States.


He said that if peaceful nego-
tiations by the United Nations
fall, "no action would be too
extreme to get the release of
these men." Daniel made the
statement on the Mutual Broad-
casting System's "State of the
Nation" radio program.
He said the time limit ulti-
matum should be placed before
Red China if the results of U.
N. Secretary-General Dag Ham-
marakjold's meeting with Chi-
nese Premier Chou En-lai does
not bring results and any other
peaceful means fall.
Hammarskjold returned to
Ntew York today after a flying
visit to Peiping in an effort to
win freedom for 11 imprisoned
U .8. airmen and other U. N.
personnel held by the Reds.
Daniel said he believes the
President should be the one to
at the time limit because he
knows more of the facts about
the matter than anyone else, He
suggested no limit.

Stewardesses Give
1T1'-. T1, Ullli___


FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
14J Central Ave.


FARMACIA VAN-DEN-DIJ
50 Street No. 6s
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J. fCo. do la Ossa Ave. No. 41


NOVEDADE8 ATHIS
Via Espata No. 34


MISCELLANEOUS


REMOVAL NOTICE: The offices
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 an-
nex ot the rear of the Pacific
Service Center, Ancon. Office
hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thurs-
day & Friday from 6 to 8 p.m.


Opening at the ROOSEVELT BAR
Saturday, Jan. 15: Kenny Adams
at the piano; Rolando at the bar.
Come in and let Rolando mix you
a cool drink while you *nloy su-
perb piano music as played by
Kcnn .
TODAY IS THE DAY, Grand
Exposition and Fair opens today,
5 p.m. at Curundu.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:- Radlo transmitter
art 13 operating on 25-cycle with
microphone and variac. Cristobal
3-3126.
FOR SALE:-BOXER PUPS, AKC
registered. 10 weeks old. Call
Panama 3-5371 or see them at
'La Chozo." 5007 Juan Diaz
Road, near enlronce to Old Pan-
anro.
FOR SALE Leoving' Quarter-
master f u r n i r U r e. Beoutyvrest
mattress. vonrous household art.-
cles. bond saw I 1-hp motor).
596 Bohio Place, near Balboa gas
station. 2-1765.


CLEARANCE SALE at "Almacen
del Pueblo," located at first
bridge in Pueblo Nueso: Articles
ranging from 25c uP, such os
boathing suits for ladies, children
and men's siwim trunks: dresses.
slips, skirts, blouses, ladies' pull-
overs, men's s port coats and
pants: also children clothing.
FOR SALE: Wurdtear Spinet
piane, three yearsM old, full 81
nstes, 317 inches high. new con-
dition In every repot, with
ooch. $495. 10104, 9t Street,
Colen.
FOR SALE: Pure-bred Boxer
puppies, 5 weeks old, not regl1-
tered. One mole and 7 female.
Reasonably priced. Coall 3-2145
between 3 and 5 p.m.


FOR SALE:--One 25-eycle West-
Inghouse refrigerator; one 25-
eycle I/4-hp. motor. N. Farns-
worth, No. 5759-B, Diaoblo. 2-
1851.
FOR SALE:-Limited quantity 9
cubic ft. Firestone. slightly used
refrigerators. For quick sale Bor-
oin rice. On displav at FIRE-
STONE. Automobile Row.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
tires, suitable for reconstruction.
R ECO NSTRUCTORA NACIO-
NAL, S.A. No. 47 Peru Avenue.
Phone 2-0406.


Help Wanted
WANTED: English speaking
maid. general housework, care of
children, some cooking. Live in.
Coil after 5 p.m. 84-3130.

FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE :-Norton 500c.c. mo-
torcycle, price $250. Will also
accept trade-in for smaller mo-
torcycle. Phone Panonva 2-0346.


Jia.4I-( see Se POtT OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, llP I0 i'liir Duccu Pac t
i,]< D-,l-. r,-. Jan. 14 -(UP> Some 300 pa- A f I .i j raCIl
RKeflez Camera itients of an island leper colonyO ll IO orod llnl A ,
S' en ded a loly demonstration yea-s vV U tVhIIIII i( U llli-E
m YO'Ut buy ttrday after their popular super- IVI rllli N111I
_j,. intendait was.removed from the KANSAS CITY, Mo.-(UP) A
| d island but they kept up a "sit- dozen members of the nation's ueneva ConVentio
ffiaMig?- down strike", under the eyes of'armed forces have been getting a Wen v lnvellln
EK ,armed police, new and different type of training
:.. S. lhere-on such unmilitary subject MOSCOW, Jan. 14--t(UPi--The
"SIr Police touk over tht Chacacha- as grooming, charm and gracious- Soviet Union informed western
P i li -care Island institution last night ness. European nations today that the
s and moved the superintendent. The 10 WAFSv and two WAVES Paris agreement to rearm West
W^ .Dr. .Mihvael G. Corcos, who had received a special course at the Germany was incompatible with'
S E^ii ~ defied ordered to leave since the trans World Airlines' hostess the Geneva Convention outlaw-
Plaz S o Ma ee'hkenmates had taken over eacho lau the r el p iuts gIiuc aswei~anod bacterioldg-
W., week-end. training school, at thet-reuest of Ing such weapons Of mass de-
^A.A ... .. n. m ma. e u nte aa tl.sen over Maj._ en.... erald P.. Ssatwa, e*tructlon as a iod bacteriolog-
S* PI'Hla 5 de May0 control of the colony from the USAF training officer at Westover iceal warfare. og-
hospital staff in a move protest Air Force Base, Westover, Mass.,. -
/ -.; .. ..... ing government threats to disci- headquarters of the Atlantic divi- The note. wer .d..lir
i pide Corlos for giving 160 lepers sion, Military Air Transport Serv- of.Fae, rea
nI U I w/ JJ holiday leaves in Port-of-Spain. ice. ...rt..n. theN.t. rlans,.. .l.
..... They quieted down when arm.. r1 n, the Netherlands, Italy,
M lll4I l ed guara moved in, but they The 12 concentrated en sue t~sgum and Luxemborg. Notes
15 ,E continued a sullen sit-down move. things as food service, and care of wre not sent to West Germany,
'-" a ment. They appeared less afraid children and elderly passengers. e other member of the west-
)il l'l l of the guards than the armed po.- Their teachers were TWA host- ern, European Union, and th e
F W J / Ilice were of them. esses, skilled rin the "basic princi. United States.
rteducton of the 1955 Elks ples of passenger relations.'
It, .a show presented each! Corcos, pursuing a "i b e r a 1 The WAFS and Waves didn't get (Zn Paris, diplomats called the
K Cratobar C. Z Lodge theory" of treatment, maintain the full course, as taken by pros- latest Ruslan note "just another
SBPOE, will ret under- that traditional ostracism of lep. pective hostesses for the airline. Jab aimed at halting ratiflca-
t'eluy, It was an- era is unjustified and is born illo y already knew how to figure tlon" of the Paris pact. Russia
i-tia als a-public ignorance of the disease, weight loads and handle passes- threatened previously to abro-
sL'a rete10disCan w'l be They sized control o the col_ ger lists. AU had served previously gat te .eFranco-Soviet treaty of
+rt3, aty f,,o m h. th af, f a eai d lcaredo as guinea pigs for high altitadee ndship If the agreement to
S .m*t, were "on strikee" C-rcos at fir tests, writing names and serial ream West Germany la ratified.)
nand their wi refused to obey orders' to lneau numbers ebery 1,000 feet in the air The Russian note said the
and teir -es* island, but he and bli wile until "black-out" time. Paris agreement provided for the
Ol Attend fi' ou4?"8 3 ,nay were removed on a pic o buln u of reserve of such
k U he, S q-outs. la t "t*t__ .., Concentratin In their taningl mM destruction weapons and
bo held at R i Dr. Corcos and his fam..y e at the hostess school was on a warned that "sucA situation
7.3S. Moada. nao in a hotel bore puidlag des things as grooming, charm, gta- ag, the dan-
-Mfof U. m_,.. ,his &fda by the secr sous and general honta (t- s-a d etlhe,--T -." ,-
*BBS'J1'of ^SW '^ *^t ** bdB~aLod. tes. Food .evie. i dsC gEr viLi S ,^ !
*dmnatul Xe** was^H eiva "cogap ui 5*l-M emfphasis, 1n5*Baeh as l-B|S0^:^M^ o W
^ a n ud as theta womrdes hpw tool played ao-. .. a....
** --',[^ 'S Lio 4f TriMdad~ oall *< .,rvac. el Ht m -- me Jpr~~o-


RESORTS


WIU.IAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottage--irockgas, refrigeration,
2-bedmroor Phone Balboa 3050.
Phillies. Oceanside c ott ge ,.
Santo Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Ponama 3-1877, Crlsto-
bal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Snta Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences.
moderate rates. Phone Gomboo
6-441.
FjOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Santa Clara. Low rates.-
Phone Belbao 2-1866.

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



Very good price. 43rd Street No.



9. alongside.
FOR RENT:-SmalI chalet' living
room, dining room. kitchen, bed-
room. Suitable for one or two
persons. Inquire 50th Street No.
6, downstairs.

FOR RENT


Apartments
ATTENTION G.I.1 Just built I
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3,4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386,
Colon,
FOR RENT: For one month,
starting January 20, nicely fur-
nished 1-bedroom studio epor-
ment. Phone 3-0679 after 7:30.
p.m. .
FOR RENT:-2-bdro opa4*.
ment, living mom. rllhg .iui
kitchen. 13th Street, Sn Fran-
cisco, Via Porras No. 16.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, gos stove. Frigidoire. Vi.
Espafta, house before Juan Fran-
co.
FOR RENT: Apartment with
hot water. "D" Street, El Can-
grelo, Rosute Building.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment. garooe. Reasonable price.
Ricardo Miro Street No. 52, Vis-
ta Hermosa. Phone 3-4871.
FOR RENT: Best located fur-
nished apartment. Splendid for
one or two couples. 43rd Street
No. 13.


FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ments: I bedroom, Frigidaire, gas
stove. Bella Vista, very cool, $70
and $75. Phone 3-1648.


FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, refrigerator, G.I. Inspect-
ed. Via Porras No. 99, Phone
3-2068.


FOR RENT:-Apartment, 2 bed-


ing No. 14, Apt. 2- C. Tvoll
Ave., one block from Ancon Post
Office. Phone 2-5327.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-
nished room, double couch, ice-
box, kitchen cabinet, stove, both
end private entrance. 52nd St.
No. 3. Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
bachelor, references required,
private family. 37th Street No.
5-10, Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished room.
4th July Ave. No. 7, upstairs.

WANTED
Apartments
AMERICAN EXECUTIVE wonts
modern unfurnished 1 2 bed-
room, apartment, Bella Vista,
Compo Alegre. El Cangrelo. Call
2-461 I or 3-5630.

FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:-Business site in La
Concordia building, No. 2 "A"
Street.
FOR RENT:-Buslness site, No.
2, Jose Vollarino Street, 2-1324.
FOR RENT:-2.000 sq. mt. lot'
with various sheds, on Calle Mar-
tin Sosa. Phone 2-0610.


FOR SALE '
Real Estate e
FOR SALE OR EXCHANU: -
*a_^ '.A, .pdo I n


House Group Fires Broadside


At Eisenhowe 's Farm Program


WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP
house committee u a d e r new
Democratic control fired a broad
side blast yesterday at the admin
istration's farm program.
The House Appropriations Cornm
mittee, headed by Rep. Clarence
Cannon iD-Mo.), made the attack
in approving with "serious reser
nations" a government request
for $7.290,000 to help handle fed-
erally-held farm surpluses t h a
have piled up faster than expect-
ed.
The request, part of the first
money bill of the new 84th Con
gress. later was approved by. the
House by voice vote and sent to
the Senate. It does not actually
appropriate the money, but al-
lows the Commodity Credit Corp,,
to use that much more money
from already appropriated funds.
The Appropriations Committee
said a "majority" of its mem-
bers believe Agriculture Depart-
ment action "to reduce price sup-
ports, change parity formulas and
reduce acreage allotments will
not cure the problem" of mount-
ing government-held farm sur-
pluses.
"Theyv believe," the report
saii. "that this difficulty is due
the failure of the Commodity
creditt C6rporation to discharge
its responsibility under its chart-
er to sell its commodities compe-
titively in world markets."
It said government failure to
sell surplus cotton and seven oth-
er farm products at "competitive
prices" on world markets is hurt-
ing farmers to the benefit of for-
eign producers. It called for an
"immediate" change in policy.
The committee released test
many by Agriculture Secretary


IDemocrats Not All Traitors,

Senator McCarthy Declares

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WASHINGTON Jan. 14 (UP)- been a Korean War; China would
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy said to- still be free."
day it is "ridiculous" to imply McCarthy's statement ech oed
that all Democrats are traitors his "20 years of treason" apweb.
bat ."' far as I'm concerned, es agaipst the Democrats W
there was treason by someone in years ago
the party." McCarthy issued it in the wake
The Wisconsin Republican also of the President Eisenhowers de-
said the Democrats were in power fense of Vice President Richard
for 20 years from 1932 to 1952 and M. Nixon against Demoioc atic
in "any one of 20 years of Demo charges that Nixon engaged in
cratic regime there was treason." "smear charges" in the tal ele-
When the truth hurt," he said tion campaign.
in a statement, "the Democrat The President told a news con-
Party called it a smear. terence Wednesday Nixon had as-
"Whoever retalned Harry Dex- sured him he did not accuse all
ter White and put him in a posi- Democrats but had criticized the
tion to do tremendous damage, handling of certain ease.
whoever kept Alger Hiss on McCarthy said that "wh e re
knowing he had been named as a there are instances of treason,
Communist apy-tUmre was trea- they should be called to public
son involved, attention. I defy an yone to define
the Harry Dexter White emase
"This does not imply that mil- other than treason."
lions of members of the Demo- White, former assistant seen.
cratice Party were traitors, nor tsry of Treasury under the Denm.
that Democratic senators are ocrats and now dead, was identi-
guilty of treason. Most of them fled by Elizabeth Bentley, former
are as opposed to communism as Communist spy, and one of her
we are. sources of information. In 1953
. "But there was treason," Me- congressional hearing s, Atty.
Carthy added. "If there hadn't Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr. also
been treason, there wouldn't have said White was a Communist spy.


Mitchum Denies Fracas, Claims


fore an appropriations subcom-
are ri n Difference of Temperament
Whitten (D-Miss.).
Benson said the cotton trade --
had requested government cotton BAN RAFAEL, Calif., Jan. 14 lows are co-producers of the pie-
stocks be held off the world mar- UP i-Robert Mitchum insisted ture. Lauren Bacall has the lead-
ket. He said that "dumping" ofltoday a "difference of tempera- ing feminine role.
American surpluses would break meAt" was responsible for his The using incident was sup-
the world market price. getting fired from the cast of posed to have taken place Tues-
Whitten said he "appreciated he Warner Brothers mo VIe, day afternoon. Director WtMll
the point but felt there was noth- 'Blood Alley." Wellman appealed to Pellowus
ing to stop Benson from announc- "disciplinary action" and Fel-
ing that 100.000 bales of govern- "They thought they could con- lows responded by flying here
ment-hd cotton ould f ofr- trol me," he said. "I like the from Hollywood early yesterday
ed to American traers or exomri picture, but they had different and firing Mitchum.
starting ,i Benson promised deas about it than I did. However, Mitchum and others
o cns deb e osgge dbate on "I was jus trying to be the Insisted the dunking never took-
theunb bill, Roe. Ben. F. Jen arbiter between the company place at all.
ser Rla), a member of the p and the mmenr ator ith.e t was The lanky actor gave his ver-
propriations Committee, said be te ourcs id on of the incident In his suitt
"agreed perfectly" with Whit- How ver, oher sources id at the swanky Bermuda Palmsi
ten's criticism of the administra- the real reMon Mitchum w"a Hotel hers.
ion export policy "We h a v e fired was that he pushed a o t- her.
gm h r c mMitcehum said he- asked Cole-
beenrlayn trae he bgsucke Fr'ancwrkrinjo tpBay waer o M 15t give some of the work-
world trade, he nsaid. Fncic ay. er e location unit a bus
----. -The o-worker ..wa.s e that. they might IO to 8 an
.... I -' e W 'JV&&Wl .WIM I~ulli~ l u_ .


FIRST PLANE
(CSUU-eE trir Pag 1)


,runol
br oth
I "Me


Villa Quesada toward the Nieara _________________' al
guan border. The group is corm- __......... ..
mended by Miguel Ruis, one o fell
the top insurgent leaders. MAn l Exam either
Troops entering Villa Quosada M.flII LXOm *aean
were strafed- by a plane which r Ms'Pwck t
dropped bundles of arms by pars- ror Offrice Boy
chute and contained machine
guns and rifles marked with the Who Threatens I ke GO
hammer and sickle of commu-
nTh government alleged these eral .JudgeiJon n. Bre t.da
am wr shown to diplomats ordered ehntal- e...T o Abc
and newsmen recently bny he i- for Torrence Krall., 18, who wrote
caraguan President who said they threatenng letter to Pral- WAS
were taken from a foreign sub- dent letther twr ..-.
marine which slipped into Nicara- dent s ,hower. --Bert
guan waters, man o
The government told the OAS Krall, an office boy, maid he Commi
commission today there were no wrote the letter but threw It in Preod
incidents Wednesday night and no a waste basket. He said some- public.
new attacks since Wednesday's one "must have found it and would
series of air raids in which 10 mailed It." The letter said: "Dear tion in
towns and cities were strafed by Pres: I hate you so I'm going to Aske
rebel planes, asassinate you Freb. 31, 1955." kins s
Two towns, Turrialba, center of There is no such date. said ni
several American interests, and
Cartago were bombed as well as
strafed, the government said.
San Jose and the rest of the
country were reported quiet to-
yt. ALL WHITE
The commIssioners are to sur-
vey the situation along the "inva-
sion" route from Nicaragua dur-
ing flights aboard planes of t h e ... -. --
U. S. Caribbean Command.
The Costa Rican overnm ent
Wednesday suspended civil rights
for 30 days to meet the risis
and appropriated 5 million dol-
lars for defense.
Nicaraguan authorities, who de-
ny aiding ltS rebels, report they
have warned -Costa Rican regu-
gees living il NicaragUa not to
act against their native country.
The Nicarageans have ordered
troops on the border to di s a r m
and arrest anyone caught at-
tempting to eross into Costa Ri-
ca.

Westeni Fhlance H^
Mhdster Mve+


To Frner Trade


PARIS, Jap., f4 (UP) -West.
ern finance ministers tried today
to strike more off Europe's re
stricted trade and move toward
convertibilty.
The couof of minlsters of the
Organization for European Eco-
nomie CCeip'raton(OKEC) set
at i5 C f De La Muatte
bea qu _r the final round
o t3 f their two-day enatr-
once.
ta' b'l t misater Wale
Vae .. i today sesalon
atttf f his: outry's tea
r ff th ib
DrftaiS e <&n .of the en -
ehaaucr 1. .ytoer, broke up for


tao anu ad7 sbg ntblades
erlitde tbie they ned."
objected," ttchpm *aid.
It would require eaa ddl-
driver and money to do
Think he was wrongr"
)ws aid he willtry tor fo
Hnumphrey Bogart, Miss
1i husba~nd, or Gretor7
o replace Mitchum.

P Womon ;
ds Ike Coy
ut Re-Election
IHINGTOl, Jan. 14 (UP)
ha 8. Adkins, vice ch lr-
f the Republican National
Ittee, said today she told
ent Eisenhower that Re-
an women assumed he
be a candidate for re-eleo-
S1956.
d his reaction, Miss Ad-
aid, "He just smiled and
thingg"


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IIDAY,I JANUARY iM, 1955


M PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT' nDILv NEWISAPEI


CAPITOLO10
O.Z5 0.15
*oLURMntW soUr
with -'
Aidie Murphy
and *
Anaotoer, Picture


0.25 0.15
.BANK NIGHT
"ONLY THE
S VALIAYTS"
with Gregory Peck
"HIGHWAY 301"
with Virginia Grey


CENTRAL ...,
1EL3ASEl
"DUEL IN THE JUNGLE"
Jeane CRA Dana ANDREWS
DaIMd FARRAR
SPECIAL: Warner Brothers news-
reel with the funeral of the late
President of the Republic of Pana-
mA, Coronel Jos6 Antonio Rem6n C.


LUX Theatre s..,.,
2:45, 4:06, 5:16, 7:11, 9: p.m.
WEEK-END RELEASE!
"A BULLET IS WAITING"
with JEAN SIMMONS
RORY CALHOUN
STEPHEN McNALLY


DRIVE-IN Theatre
POPULAR DAYT! $1.10 PER CAR!
"FRANCIS JOINS
THE WACS"
with -
DONALD O'CONNOR
JULIA ADAMS


CECILIA Theatre',I
"RETURN TO TREASURE
ISLAND"
Tab HUNTER Dawn ADDAMS
"THE DIAMOND WIZARD"
Dennis O'Keefe Margaret Sheridan


VICTORIA
vtr aa


"LONE STAR"


- Also: -


"SONG Or THE
THIN MAN"


e. e.. [
Night of Surprt-

s. ,AVE Sul=" ^ ;^

"LORNA DOONE"
.ith Richard OGre


da and Oearwnle


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Neom Back IMeitzen, Charlotte Kennedy, He-
Mr, And Mrs. Joseph Noonan len Bendixen, Edrns Jones, Virgi-
returned aboard the- Panama af- nia Hall, Diana Bright, and Mrs.
ter a trip to the States, Alma Starrett, and Mary Whitus.
Sayoes Announce Birth of SAon. '_"'_ _-"_
Dr. and Mrs. Melchor. Sa)yoe c
annousice the birth of a son at
Coco Solo Hospital on. a. 8.
Mrs. Sayoc is the former Lois .-G
Lee,-daughtr of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Louis A. Lee of Panama City.
Card Group Meets If Baby's shy cf strangers and
The Card Grcup of the Curn- embarrasses you by screaming
du Woman's Club met at-the Com- every time a friend comes to call,
unity Building Wednesday morni take it slow. Tell your friend to
ing with Mrs. R. Franio, let baby size her up before the6
Mrs. Wentzel and Mrs. i.. goes about tickling him or trying
Boney as Co-hostesses, Mrs. Ann to hold him on her lap.
E. Davis was a guest. All of a sudden, Baby breaks
Members present were Met- cut in. a diaper rash, and'i ie's
dame Thelma Monoga, Etta never had a bit of trouble ,Dete.
K. Homr, Thelma Valentine, Lor. Unless you find some other obvil
raine Zent, Lillian Stillman, Nao- ous cause, you may soon be .the
mi Fralipal, Marie Wenteel, Bea happy parents of a lew tooth.
Lcmbrois, Melida Bembenek, Jen Teething causes a rash in many
__ ^__-- -.. ... --- cases.
fg E rJIIl IJ f Baby wakes in the night and
l l F al A can't get his hand in his mouth
Syou will get a symphony of cry-
SSlw Ding. Be sure his sleeves are short
To B ianCve BDu ei or taken up so he'll be able to
suck a thumb if he likes.
Ua sUS C. Of C. Get Baby outdoors, how evr
cold the weather. If he can nap
WASHINGTON-The fede r a 1 while you stride about doing shop-
audget- can be balanced (barring ping, so much the better. But a
war), provided enough of us reaf- steam.heated house all the time
Iv wont federal economy, says the will soon sap his appetite and his
Chamber of Commerce of the U- length jacket. But even the pleat-
nit-d States. ...
rit the Chamber emphasizes, LEFT-RIGrHT
real federal economywmon't be at-I KARACHI (UP) Pakistan
ied simply -by chopping appro- handedd Jan. 1 from driving- on
rigaticns requests, next year. To the left to driving on the right
f, ing about real economy, t.h e site of the road. The government
4":amber says, we- will have to notified importers that no cars
:'.ide the issue of .Big Govern- with: right-hand-drive can be im-
;. ported in future.
We will have to decide wheth -----
S*e want the, federal govern-
: pricess and projects which mean
created defiti, cr whether. .we
are willing to cut these programs V & W W
Sown, toa,iAze we can pay for o w
out of ctirre*t income. *
Many of, these federal expendi- OW e
ures lie within the area desera- ,,__ ,_ ,_N E W .. .. .
ed 'bybe 'Federal Bueau t ,OS ALDJACOBY
ble." That means they are fixed W ians for NA Service
by law, and are npt sim an ap-
prcpriations problem. With is
area are the veterans' programs,
farm price supports, public as- N' Tm ,
sfstance, and many other costly A J 10 8 3 2
programs. XKQ73
To cut federal spending in this *
#relatively uncontrollable" area, 48 4
the Cha *ber points ut,' will mean WEST EAN T )
changing the laws-not solely cut- 75 4 X 7
tnig appropriations requests. It J-1094 A2 2
will also mean resisting pressures **74 Q 10 8 6 5s
for various new and appealing 46KQ95 4Jlo
programs. These will not be easy 8OTW
decisions, the Chamber points out, O94
for there are always good argu- 60o4
mento.It will also mean resisting A J4
pressures for various new and ap- A7 X
pealing programs. These will not 4, .. A73
be easy-decisions, the Chamber North-South vul
poits out, for there are always a d South Wsg North
good aruments for anybody's pet 2 P* Pap u 2r4
perrvihelessmthe Chamber Is Ps NT. pa ps
convinced the issue of real feder- ,s s
&l economy is the issue of Big Opening lad-# 1
Gov ernint, and it must be de- n
,-ih WKu tl 'whole elpe-torate. No '


By KINE JON N at Universal, is a cantor now at
NEA Sta Corrs nt Fresno, Calif., synagogue.
Director Fred Zinneman of
HOLLYWOOD -(NA) Hol- "From Here to Eternity" fame
lywood Smorgasbord: Movietown's was an extra in the old movie,
Christmas presents were as lavish "AU Quiet on the Western Front."
as usual but nont were quite as .. At 14, Anne Baxter was hired
exciting as Bruce Cabot's gift to f6r the role of Katherine Hepburn's
Erroll Flynn in their pre-war gay sister in "The Philadelphia Story,"
blade days. but was fired after a week ct re-
Great-lover Flyna found the hearsal Mark Stevens was a
S"ackage" et his front porch--a reporter on the Akron Beacon
gorgeous blonde wearing aly reda Journal at the age of 16.
ilbemn bowl il srategic places.
Cabot hired the doll f0the oe- BOB STERLING'S father was
easion and had her wrapped ti Walter Hart, onetime catcher for
cellophane with "Do Not Crush" the Chicago Cubs.. Jack Benny
and "Handle With Care" labels might like- to know that Michael
erte and there. Rennie plays a hot clarinet .


Ralph Edwards isn't supesti-
tious about numbers. He was born
on June 13, .A913, at. 13 minutes
past midnight.... Bing Crosby
will tell you that his dramatic act-
ing in "The Country Girl" was
easy. He argues that playing him-
self, as in the "Road" pictures,
was the toughest... .Bob Mitch-
um must be slipping. During film-
ing of "Not As a Stranger,"!' fel-
low-stars .affectionately called him
"Mother Mitchum.'
GUMMO MARX used to be billed
as "the worlds slowest whirlwind
dancer The Humphrey eBo-
'garts have never bothered to buy
furniture for their living room. .
George Gobel, the new TV sensa-
tion, once played guitar duets with
Gene Autry on a Chicago radio
station.
Bob Hope and Fred MacMurray
worked together back ia the early
30s in the Broadway hit, "1R-
berta."
During the show, Hope loaned
MacMN rray his hat sad cae, to
make a screen test.
".e' -- !
Milly Vitale, the Italian cuttie
teamed with Bob in his latest film..
"The Sqven Little Foys," frankly
admits si'A looking for am r--
ican husband. Her reason, she
says, is" that "lb America the
woman is boss."
Rock Hudson pulled off a sa-
loon set doorknob when the door
stuck during a scene for the turn-
of-the-century "One Desire." "We
guys were pretty tough in those
days, weren't we?" he grinned to
Director Jerry Hopper.
FREDRIC MARCH ealls it the
ideal life. He comes to Hollywood
for films like "The Bridges at
Toko-Ri,' lives in a small Con-
pecticut town between jebs.
Jacques (Paris in "Helen of
Troy") Sernas took a premedical
course and had visions of himself
as a famous surgeon before he
got the acting bug .. Michael
Loring, once starred in musicals
winning 10 trick: five pade, a
heart, three diamonds, a club.
Now see what happens if South
wins the first trick with the nine of
diamonds, exposing the true situa-
tien in that suit. When East wins
the queen'of spades, two tricks tat.
er, he shifts to the jack of clubs.
South must duck, and -the ten of
clubs is led. South ducks again,
whereupon West overtakes with
to- aueen of elubs to lead the jack
A Ieas.


U 64W "wV ,oIt hearts
Treasurywatchd"og nor "e- For tricks that are. va e and
rnomy b6" In Congress can do ways that are dark, some bridge
ita. players: are peculiar. Atl east
-w "v when today's hand was played byd 9 1111 T*- |-
"- my, apu l, Alfred 8 e fnWd, in L k -/
Mom1o- um'rnament. '", Sh.wM be For Th i
.ibM11te trickery with his m m
Of two diamonds. This b+b turr i a. I
'was*&4W to be & weak two-bid.. AO COU H -
bat I4!t a very good sample of
thatso t of bid. Those experts who Don't let a bad cough drain your
favor the weak two-bid are usual- vitality make you feel Weak,
f-: I careful to have more seurth ehauted. Get quick relief ... try
H to 4W< and les outide. world-famous Buckley'a Canadiol
If East's diamonds were headed Mixtre so different from any-
Sy 'ae*Men-ten with per"aws a thing you ever tried before. Take t
es a -so outside, there would m sp of Buckley'. Hold It on the
^^SW ^ b some logic to the bid. tongue b -miut.,. -wa lw fSl.4.
No b adding ontined the N U
Srk ways. He was ertajnw ijusti. YO uoat M upper bomaI
'. fled i din g hid major %S-.,t tubt bow quickly It he .
e shuMo-hldave bid our- laades g u _'U'd4W .B Ab "i
T Wreew Mefi ch a am"nbe

over Y uo ... 5a. sore mes
Ouch l Pq SCUM bd o 50m it e ca-todayt he

of diamonds against the actual <' b
Contract of three no-trump. East
S.. carefully played the discouraging
d ,n1odeuse, an Shein wold casually w
n /ly' 0" tsi wt te tg tf ..I t 11 A I lP
i moods.
T d .a was to g ha t rFLOTA ME
Simpresion that West hid tf jack
n f I and nime of diamonds. WewoUl AWou
lIsurely lead the seven h bad NN
J-4. of the suit, and tBBUt suit CUA D R_.PA
would-bewitinoetkoesb -CUAaOR --PACl
.i Afterii tirky pfay 't the first --LOS ANGELES
S .-^--i C10=1 2 einw.ld led % @ nI at
-" P West -played lew, dummy AccEi
Tb jre am at.i I Ac and so did East This w A
wrt playo part OWe d/. A
t=ils fot 4ab. Yam'S Iove "
padea nd ee. Ma N/V e CM ADI
^ pis~~i~ a -.-Cold W -149^..9 -Ifn 'w rl


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Operatic star Richard Bonelli is
Robert Stack's uncle Jane
Froman, who's five feet, six and
a half inches tall, wears size three
and a half shoes.
Bill Holden's public servant job


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as a member of the Los Angeles
park commission is a role he likes.
Feels actors should take greater;
part in community life.
There's good reason for Dean
Martin's fancy footwork and fist-
throwing in a fight scene in
"Three Ring Circus." .He fought
60 amateur prize fights in Steu-
benville, Ohio, before becoming a
singer. The reason he had his nose
bobbed when he landed in the
movis.
Italian star Anna Magnani gave
Burt Lancaster a butch haircut
and her companion, Natalie Mur-
ray, a shingle job between scenes
of "The Rose Tattoo."
Lady barbering is her hobby.
Warner Bros. has registered the
title, "The William Remington
Case," based on the Lewisburg
federal pen murder.


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Peiping Radio said Chang Wen-
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| .:: The regular weel
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the assassination of
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drawn up an eleven-race
g ram that shapes up on
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moonshooters and the form
era contented.
th, daOly doubles and
-two ent for the
are real puzzles and
toure ax juicy payoff fo
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ISio Keeps

2 Games Of

Stylish Steve Kisio, Alt
Force Base's ace right-l
kept his Flyers with
ames of unbeaten Sp
oops Wednesday as he
ort Kobbe, 5-0, on a one-h
Panama Area Armed F
ball League play.
Troops, continuing its win
ys, had to come from be
topple upstart Coco Solo
portsiding Joe Meyers
his fourth straight deci
Time in a relief role.
In the other contest, Arm:
ut finally snapped its
streak with a 4-3, 10-in
quest of Fort Clayton.
0isio, in fanning 12 and i
but two, gave up a f
single to Kobbe left f
Lloyd Wilcox. Wilcox lo
blow into left center field
only safety off the Alb
who won his third vic
thout a setback.
It was Kisio's third perf(
in the last three
es.
The Flyer attack, mean
t high gear in the fourth i
produced five runs, tur
e tide on Round Man Jose
aro, the all-leaguer who
brook earlier, 2-1.
Brian Smyth singled with
Eddie Ellenberger sc
ore Nick Meholic rappe
first run with another
gw. Warren Woerz cleared
with a triple for a 3-0
Kislo slapped in Woerz
oer one-baser and ta
th run on an error
b Johnson's hit.
bfeyers came in during a
rally in the third, p
and set the Braves bac
heals the rest of the
tu, ck out nine in the six


Alo"Little

ace Program 'uan Franc Graded Entriey Atlantic Lttl League
Horse Jockey Wit. COMMENT ODDSflE
1st Race "H" Imported 7 Fxs.Purse: $4.00 Pool closes: 12:45 SS In Py omrrow
or urfrFans First Race of the Double by
1-Sedur A. Vas. 112 -Seeks repeat performance 2-1 o *he te
2-Rosario G. Prescott 110 -Would pay well again 15-1 1..r1 All plans are completed for the Don Bonneau right field
o 3-8S. Windsor J. Phillips 106 -Longshot possibility 15-1 grand Ioening tomorrow of the Sob Morelan, pitcher
n oe race t orac tm will 4-CQuo Vadis F. Hidal. 115 -Reortedly ready 3-1 19 lantic Littlem I ( ge. Tho D ers played, aret
k end horse race programs will 5-Chlc's Ned M. Reyes 116 -Will fight it out 2-1 outfield fence has Jafl ef Tow Bowers, pitcher; RuatI
in France race track tomorrow 6-C. Brand K. Flores 110 -Impressive win last 4-1 t ed, with usual "good nelghor" Pate, infield: BeInger, outfie;
a one-week respite because of 7-Welsh Fox A. Vald. 115 -Depends on present form 10-1 whn Leo du ce Wile advertising signs paid for by the Gary Irving, outfield; Hirach-
one-week respite because o 8-Patriotica A. Gona. lOOx-Will force early pace 8-1 within listentg distance, various business men and worn- field, outfield; Hilty, infield; Ba
sports loving President Jose 9-Legal Frolic R. Vas. 110 -Rates fair chance 5-1 Mays whispers that he's edup en from the Republic. These reg- Boy, Crist Wrenn.
10-Coronelino Pita. 0. 108 -Doesn't seem likely 10-1 th Puerto baseball. ular signs have been touched up Cor Solo Braves:
e om and thanks to "Wild Bill Latch- John Ric o, center field
has ede in jockeyship because he 2nd Race "" Imorted 7 F.Pre: 00.00 Pool closes: 1:15 Willie's quote while visiting ford," there willbe new signs to ary-Hytinen, short top
pro- wil have cagey Jose Bra- Iecond Race of the Double The L.p on the Paramount lot: fill n the vacant spaces. Brian Luts, ptt ber
paper vo in the saddle. Humberto Re- "Man, I know we win the World be in pat2:4 5 m i will beRiearpinh, rd base
h he yes will guide Noveno, uben 1-Vampiresa J. Jme. 112x-Good recent efforts 3-1 Series, he never stop stop talking begin at 2:4 p.m. music will be Ronne Hytne, 1st ase
play-Vasquez has the leg up on Super- 2-Mingo J. Phillips 110 -Aimning for payoff 5-1 all.winter."... furnished by the 60th Army Tommy Baumgardner, left
sun, Vicente Ortega on Goyonder 3-Henry Lee G. San. 105 -Improving steadily 2-1 Any pressure at Southern Call- ant Officunder Ralheh P. Directionoals. The Lrry ey, ight ield
the and Manuel Reyes on Bar One. 4-True Blue L. Giral. 113 -Usually close up up 5-1 fornla to push Jess Hill upstairs rant Offier Ral h P. Dials. The Larry ley, right field
ninth The secondary attraction, a 5-Corista F. Hidal. 115 -Quit badly in last 10-1 must be eased by the fact that flag raising wi be performed Gerald Oaskill, catcher
seem $500 seven furlong sprint for 6-Pincel E. Orte. 105 -Would pay long odds 25-1 the Trojans were able to reach by the Atlantic Little League Dickie Proipect, 2nd base.
3r the Class F imported thoroughbreds, 7-Tempestad V. Alvear 108 -Hard to beat here 2-1 the Rose Bowland everybody's Champions of 1954, the Motta- Other players are:
is even more wide open than the prediction they'll be the power men. Francis Ogle, outfleld r ~,e
Sgal- feature. Florera, Postinovich, 3 H" Nati on the coast next year.. .What's Ca'pt. Winm. Thomr has been in Peters, outfield; Dennis iield .t
nature Merry Slipper, Regal Chuminovra 3rd Race Native 6 F. ure: $27500 Pool closes: 1:45m 0 or e, Athletic Director Bill train.g toperfect h control as field; La Da
match nero, My De a r, Verticordia, Hunter has three years to go be- he will "throw" the first ball to Hayes, outfield; But y Nesfon
should Blakemere and Red Ebor will -Ebony V. Brown 115x-Bad legs hamper 15-1 ore he' eligible for retirement. he honor. of ottmen Mr. outfield. Bat Boy, David Co
that match strides in what could be 2-Camaron G. San. 120 -Usually moves late 5-1 and he shows no Inclination to Gil Moreland. n the batters box
start the best race of the day. 3-Volador 108 -Ran well last time 3-1 jump the gun... s __ will be Judge E. I. Tatelman try-
4-Tap Lady A. Gona. 109x-Disappointed in last 4-1 The chief worries of il- and ----- to "Judge the slants of
ipres- -5-Avivato E. Orte. 110 -Depends on early pace 5-1 Woody Hayes in the Pasadena Weill is enamored of the Wild pitcher Thorn. The official arbl-
acket, T-Malaya H. Ruiz 108 -Should beat these 2-1 pouring after the game: that West... Boxing and wrestling aor for the occasion will be
hoice uan ranco ips 7-Coran Mena R. 109x -Rates fair chance 5-1they wo n t t wnton fast promoter Pinky GeorgeIs thea Fnestock of the Jris
,aying B __ enough to make Eroy ic m behind the move to bring tobal Polce. t l
alOng y CONRADO show..... probasketballto DesMoines Other guests wll be Mr. Stich, 8
en Bhe--- O eDO 4th Race "B&C" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $350.00 Pool closes: 2:20S t the-ni g mann ia b ea e to repesen t anama
the 1-Chic's. Ned Sedur QUINIELA shire Boulevard: Rocky Marcia- modate a team in the new Coll- Cola Bottling Co., who i spon m
re to 2-Henry Lee Tempestad 1-Don Grau G. San. 108-Vastly improved 5-1no and YogiBerra taking a I seum this spring... .g ateam in this year's At- W
1 any 3-Malaya Volador 2-Golden Fan F. San. 107x-Returns from layoff 4-1 bisto for big hapng milk Since they started payl the n n r, League. Another
o be 4-Black Gold Rina Rol 3-Rina Rol A. Vas. 114 -Will force the pace 4-1 shakes.. Yank Third Sacker Wst Coast Rose teams hav who will represent the Mutual of
5-Montero Rosa B 4-Metto A. Gonza. 107x-Rates good chance 3-1 And areysquiring Columbia scored only six einsn the w maa Oilers, wll bte oMuuf th
of evn trlte. tLucyMarlowearoundI fourth quarter.... base uli pireIn case' the Judge.
Pin- 6-Regal Bliss Espagirico 5-Black Gold. M. Reyes 120 -Should score off last even aret Luy Marlwe around sco re r... base Omah iles in ce the Jd Bh
have 7-Joe's Fiddling-Coynes Edgar 6--(M. Matru B. More. 110 -Returns from layoff 3-1 flickerland... Ex-Saint Mary's ... gets on base. Representing the By. ED FURGOL
roved 8-Dainty Duchess -M. Rouge 7-(Joe F. Hidal. 102 -Poor effort in last 3-1 ootballer Johnny Russo a con- NEA's All-America certificate oco o0to Cubs will be one of Writte for NEA ervi
,10-Noveno Goyonder C th Race u" stanti compao of r. and Longines-Wittnauer watch the farer sex, Mrs. Mildred ....- -
cided 11-Consentida Manolete 5th Rae "H" Native 6 Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:55 w v er t e ...r are to be presented to the great Shoemake, President of the Coco -
t --Consentida Manolete Sitlingt nxt to Red:Sanders In Wisconsin fullback at a big clvic Solito Women's Club, which' is
1-Lady Moon K. Flores 115 -Doesn't seem likely 4-1 the Rose Bowl press box and testimonial dinner on Alan A- sponsoring the Coco Solito Cuba.
F 12-Rosa B R. Vas. 113 -In better shape now 3-1 hearing hinp mutter: "There isn't meche Day in Kenosha, Jan. 12... All six teams will be present
F ers 1 t mn3-Montero J. Bravo 113 -Rv far the best 1-2 a better runner in the world Ameche gets an automobile and in their uniforms and will march
4-Regia J. Phillips 118 -Nothing in long time 5-1 than, Jon Arnett. ... a "Buck A Yard" for every one to the flag pole for the flag rals- S
5-Piropo M. Zeba. 118 -Usually close up 10-1 Foursome of the week at the he gained setting a new Na-ting ceremonies. The managers / W \
6-Proton J. Reyes 118 -Runs well among these 5-1 Hillcrest Country Club: Open tonal Collegiate Athletic Asso- and coaches for the six teams
Special troops 7-Don Wende V. Casti. 112 -Good early speed 8-1 champ Ed Furgol, Yogi Berra, elation record, 3212... License are as follows: Mottamen; 'Mgr.
k. Marciano and Carey... Yogi plates for the car, B-35, for John Bowers, Coach Iloyd Al-
6th Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse; $500.00 Pool closes: :35 ,switched. from southpaw to Badgers and 35.' (or Ameche's berga; Braves, Mgr. Henry Lutz,
'- First Race pf the Double right-hand golfing only three jersey number,- have been -ob- Coach Mac Me Carter; Cubs,
Orook two-thirds nnings and walked weeks ago and breaks-100... He tained... The big youngster will Mgr. Leon Ellezy, Coach R. K.
uahd- three innings 1-Tilama A. Gonza. 103x-Longshot possibility 8-1 still putt left-handed... Furgol be given a key to the city... White; Mutual of Omaha Oil-
two Jerry Hall's triple and a balk 2-Regal Bliss E. Orte. 108 -Form indicates even may rue the day he let Andy More than 1000 tickets were sold ers, Mgr. Bob Wa-nio, Coach
ecial by Charlie the Troops, 3-D. Club C. Chavez 103x-Ran well list time 3-1. Carey swing his driver with a 48 hours after being placed on Mike Burma; Coca Cola, Mgr.
beat starterave CocoSolo aops 4-Greco E. Dario 105 -Blazing early speed 5-1 leaded weight on the end... The sale... 8Warden French, Coach Wendel
tter lead. It built it to 5-1 before the 5- pagirico V. Alvear 108 --Should fight it out 3-1 rangy slugger whipped it around Between you'n'me, the way he cotton Polce Pals, Mgr Bill -
orces Troopers struck from 6-ose F. Hidal. 110 -Nothing to Indicate 15-1 -'o &" he actually bowed the pops off, Woody Hayes has got to Egger and Coach Fred Ebdon.
the fifth. 7-Turf Losge H. Rui 110 --Upet specialist 5-1 specially-made shft.., Ed wasn't wind up the greatest coach who The prospective lineups for th
too happy with the LA Open ever lived.. or out of k job... two teams are as follows \
aning Clean-upper Bob Mayer three- 7th Race "H" Imported 7 Fg. Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 4:05 coming up and no replacement The Mottas:
based with the sacks full to tie
hind based with the sacks full to tie Second Race of the Double Lttle Msar Ann M lano 2 i Douglas Alberga, 2nd basen ,i
, 9-5, the score and Moe Mirman lash- cl l Mh"r ea dnneMr 'eiady2 ERd. Dbnkhu@, 3rd hae
ain- ed a single to break the deadlock. 1-V. Darling J. Phillips 116 -Must improve more 10-1 e the bread winner ")addy .iBTomi Dr n, a, rTdi !t.
ision, The Troops won going away, 2-Newbrighton Pita 0. 115 -Mud track specialist 25-1 ...- Jeff Leon cat
adding three scores in the se- 3.-C. Edgar J. Bravo 118 -Way down in class even TChd Tch. The grammar used.. 3d. Greeifu*6er4iWejtd .NO one .ouldW hM+ter
y At- venth, highlighted by Jack Me- 4-Lord Basur C. Ano 115 -Would py iuicy odds 0- y Prhdent Howard ammas ofr. ne, t was
w her's doubt d~and a Mayer sing. 5-A. ilmar VH. Ruiz 112 -Do not overly 5-o51 Pr ate w n h elia m e ng; eft fieldIad Lto Ael te
inning It was thb, first time In nine 6--Delphinium V. Alvear 108 -Hasn't shown much 15-1i State when he told the _. ______________.________h
games that a Troops hurler 7-Marianina A. Vas. 113 -Excellent effort last 2-1 Icaof Luncheon bin Pasadena, By DR. PHOG AI N w ic M Lnever good- r m
.alk- needed aid. The Braves banged 8-Joe's Fiddling A. Vas. 113 -mproving steadily 21 the be team win... The ansas Coach r, .
irst- out 10alts, three by third base- 9-B. Sambo M. Reyes 115 --Rates chance here 5-1"eter" tem did win, prexy... Written n for NbA Service p pro not married too long a
leld- man Ed Rowna Second sacker 10--Charming P. G. San. 108 -Depends on mood 4-1 p Mub Weldt thnd -na elara QUESTION: In fooAball, iplay- kiCy N WS tnt bo l d e
oped Dale Barako had a trio for the publIlcitor and Los Angeles An- er catching a pass must land (By H.P.M.) bitter I the Bing dsoby Tor
d for league-leaders, who collected 13 egl' exec, now working for How- with both feet in bounds. Why is ament at Pebble Beach Sure *
rook hits. wo coetde 13th Race "I" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $37500 Pool closes: 4:04 ard Hughes... and wondering it that a basketball player is al. ough, I went into the lst rou
ctory QUINIELA why no one has ever approached lowed to leap across the end or The Atlantic Cricket League among the leaers.
Short Larr Robi n the boss with a baseball propo- sideline and flip the ball back will swing into action .this Sun- Coinng into te 16th ho, I
orm- the hero pfor Army An c as 1-D. Duchess A. Vas. 115 -Nice effort in last 2-1 aition... into play, as long as it hasn't day with games scheduled to be was two strokes offt e pace a
Flyer he drove across John Rice n 2-Atom 0 J. BraVo 113 -Met Interference In last 3-1 Major league baseball for Min- touched the floor?-Bob Bur- played at he Rainbow City and Geor e Fazio, who was alrdy
yer he drove across John Rice in the 3-M. Rouge V. Orte. 115 -Reportedly improved 4-1 neapolls and St. Paul is a moot roughs, Camn Blerd Ovals in. There were three long i le
10th for the winning tally. His 4-Alabard M. Reyes 110 -Distance handicaps 5-1 question because they can't, or Answer: The basketball rule on The champion Silver City C.C. coming.up. The weather was .n
while, clout to right was recovered 5-Numbers Pita G. 100 -Prefers shorter, route 10-1 won't, get together on a site... this point was made because a will engage the runner-up Su- comfort. There was a .driul
when quickly, but too late to nip Rice 6-More Fair F. Godoy 102x--At best in short sprints 15-1 and are now planning separate payer can keep the ball in play ry clube at Rainbow City in what wind and rain coming off
rning at the plate as the third base- 7-Floreno V. Casti. h11a-Usuallydisappoints 2-1esa.....gile.enough.to.get.toIts ul at am ocean.
Ro- man came sliding home on a 8-ewinster .Pres. 118 Not to reomend 1 The next heavyweight cham- before ittouche the floor out of uch s t team a ear fter my tee shot on the
I pionhip match looms for Las bounds. In football, it would to be evenlmatched. was still 165 yards from tle
I Al Rose. Clayton center field- 9th Race "F" Imported 7 F.Purse: $500.00 Pool closes: 5:15 Cocke s he challenger... A bat if b purpsck. for playerto At Camp Bierd, the renovated -t.Ie a aled intero w
one er, singled in a counter In the ONE TWO Wanderers club, under the cap- any'time-and whaled into' th
oloed seventh to tie the score at 1-all, taincy of Enos Brown, will play ball. It hit the green, boueed
bd in Gerty Olenn followed with 1-Florera F. Godoy 112x -Dropped another class 10-1 3-Goyonder V. Orte. 113 -In favorite distance 3-1 Excelsior C.C. In an encounter a couple of times, and-zip--nt
base two-run pinch triple to send the 2-Postinovich H. Ruiz 105 -Will improve here 5-1 4-Kiosto A. Vas. 112 -Could go all the way 4-1 that should provide Its share of the hole for an eagle 2!
I the Claytonites ahead, 3-1. 3-M. Sipper L. Giral. 110 -Rates good chance 3-1 5-Discovery C. Lino 113 -Doesn't eaem likely 10-1 thrills. What a break
lead. Pitcher Gene Satterlee gave 4-Regal Chum B. Agul. 113 -Could score again 3-1 6-Hurlecano J. Bravo 115 -Was never better 3-1 Originally, the League plan- a. tied with Fa.io and aM
with the A's life again in the lasthalf 5-Granero J. Phillps 118 -Always dangeroushere 4-1 7-(Bar One M. Reyes 110 -Reportedly ready now 2-1 ned to Inaugurate the season redthe next two holes t
allied of the inning when he socked a 6-My Dear R. Vas. 113 -Back in best form 3-1 8-(Pinino A. Valdi. 110 --Could help entrymato 2-1 with three games featuring the up that way and earn $2025. It
after two-run single, setting the stage 7-Vertiordia A. Va. 113 -Could score at price 4- six participating clubs. However, gave me a financial cushion for
for the extra frame. 8--Blakemere V. Casti. 112 -Forget last outing this plan had to be revised when the rest of the tircul- and I
S9-Red Ebor J. Bravo 115 -Dropped in class 3-1 11th Race "H" Native 68 Fgs.Purse: $275.06 Pool closes: xxxx this plan had to be revised when the rest of theirait, went
Coco Satterle it was learned that owing to on to shoot an' average f 70. or
ut t atterlee and a trio of Clayton 1-Consentida A. Vas. 117 -Distance to liking 2-1 prior engagement by the Twi- 124 rounds that year and have
kon urers each ave up five hits 10th Race "" Imported 1 MilePurse: $550. Podl closes: :4 -Sinceridad F. Hidal. 100 -Usually unpredictable 4-1 light Baseball League, the Mount one of my more successful sea-
wA on Not player got more than two 5-Manolete M. Reyes 115 -Hard to beat here 3-2 Hope ground would not be avail- sons.
ay. hits. Larry Seymour tripled for 1--uperun R. Vas. 115 st was revealing -1 4-Martil H. Ruil 100 -Rates fair chance 5-1 able for cricket until the month I've never holed a shot frou
and one of the Army Atlantic hits. 2-Noveno H. Reyes 118 -Could score again 2-1 5--.1tol J. Reyes 110 -Dangerous this time 5-1 of March. the fairway since that day.


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3.--CORMORANT .......... F. Hidalgo (3) 105
4.-DARK SUNSET ... J. .... J. Bravo (4) 115
5.-WESTOW R..... Beyes (5) 108
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Par what's that?
It certainly didn't mi
round of the $7,500 Panai
Thursday at the Panama (
The pros led by th
the Argentine- rewrote
thing fell by the wayside
for the tournament, and th
to fall by Sunday.
Some 130 golfers and dubs
sloshed around the rain soaked
fairways (this is the dry sea-
son, you know) and everyone-.
with a few exceptions-seemed
to be a mudder.
But the mudder of all mud-
d(er Was D- Vicenzo. He took
personal charge of the tourna-
ment when he fired a sensational
ten under par 62 to cut Clayton
Heaffnere previous course rec-
ord of 65 by three strotes. Did
you read last night's paper? Re-
member what we said: "...sev-
eral players have shot 66 In tour-
nament play, and there have
been any number of 60s during
practice rounds-but it is doubt-
ful it Heaffner's mark will be
shattered. It might be tied, but
to beat this mark someone is go-
ing to have to go eight under par
for 18 holes on one of the tough-
est golf courses south of th e
United States."
Yak. Yak. But who would ever
dream that anyone--especially,
on a course dripping from heavy
rain he-would go ten strokes un-
der gar. Yet Del Vicenzo set his
sight on the record and his put-
ter wU so hot that not even the
tropical downpour oould cool it.
He plowed through the mud,
stroking the ball beautifully from
tee to green and birdied with un-
believable, regularity, Of course,
some of hils "birda were long,
long putts. But the majority of
his putts were legitimate birdies
that you would expect & .pro-
fesulonal to sink. And l-berto
could do nothing wrong.
On the front line. he had a
birdie, par ad a birdie. P a r,
birdie, par. -a rt. birdie die.,
He made the turn ti1he baec
u five five under par. But e had
plftyetcoampany. Antonio Coer
. da, playing in front of him, had
a 32-f our under par. And Amn-
old Palmer was behind himt -
three strokes under par.
On the last nine, be Vicen-
Soes card read: Par, birdie,
birdie. Par, birdie, birdie. Par,
birdie, par. Another 31. AiUth-
or flve strokes off par. That
put him ten strokes under par
and gave him a new course
record of 62.
But Cerda and Palmer were
close behind. Palmer had a very
slow start, but he covered the
back nine holes In 32 strokes to
tie the former course record of
65 and trail De Vicenzo by threeI
strokes with 54 holes to play.
Cerda came in with a 33 for
4 65 to also tie the old course
record.
Naturally, De Vicenzo, Cerda
and Palmer shared the spotlight.,

Bauer, Weri


By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (UP) -
Hank Bauer, Vie Wertz and Phil
Rizzuto each had a different
complaint a today about the
same thing money.
Bauer, a 294 hiter with the
Yankees= la season was offer-
ed "a little-Taise or 1955 but
Insisted "I *pn't fiel it was 0-
sough.
Werts, who helped Cleveland
get into the Wortl4 Series and
thee emeoaed as the batting
star with a W mark even
though the ladlafs were am-
bushed, was offered the same
money he received last year.
Naturally, he turned thumbs
down A that pact.
Rizzuto..whose average shrunk
to an almost infinitesimal .198
with the Yankees last year, had
a different problem than either
Bauer or Wert. He was asked to
take "a substantil out" from the
W40,000 he received last year.
"Uh-uh," Riauto said, "I'm,
not sobbing about a contract
like that."
While Bauer bided his time in
Kansas City, Wertz in Detroit,
and Rizzuto in Hillside, N. J., a
couple of other players took the
opportunity to scrawl their
names on the dotted line.
One of them was Jackie Robin .
son of the Dodgers, who accept-e
ed a slight slice from the *l-
mated 460M0 he received la't
year. "Tam1on:. woe will be
Years eld J. 31, atted .311 al-
ihuh handicapped by lajUrlt
Two Mllwaukee players, first
baseman Joe Ad.ock and left
fielder Hahk Aarno, also e
terms l b ~
bout PSUS th.yutr whe Ab
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h A62 j" Smokers, Sodamen Tonight ___t C *A
it A 6 2 DVlense424-4 4_ 12 PANAMA PRO LEAGUE The rains started early yes. Interior city. Al Kubskl'sk boya D h w u
bPalr 386484 4 gt 4 S terday evening and continued have on other engagements be- Hats off to BSeflor Roberto De- who will be out to try and .
m I t Cerda. 334 444 254c-f3-o5 STANDINGS far into the night as the game Lore Sunday. Vicenzo for his magnificent per- take him.
e'rd a TI C -:- scheduled for the Stadium be- formance at the Panama Goltf Organimation, was perfect at
rd Td Teams W L Pet. GB tween the Sodamen and the L g H l Club yesterday. Going out at a the Opennd aga we
.-- .... YoSlalkees 15 8 .652 lahkees was washed out rmu H lds blistering pace of five under par, our congratiulatoW to the .
Widflle6 M S okers 10 10 .500 3 The postponement of this con- Farm Le vU Roberto kept pouring on t he mittee who a tel very pro
aI*1 Sodamen 14 .333 test gave the Yankees, who since heat and came in with an iden- of their arrdngep00ts.
ean a thing in the first last Saturday had played daily Workout Tomorrow tical figure to give him undis- --
na ng tournamhe t .- am LAST NIGHT'S GAME Including two games on Sunday IUUI IIUW tcalfossession of first place
ma O ngo tournament lb. (At Panama) an extra day of rest before they The Little League farm y-after the first 18 holes and a new We tked with Leon Kiuill
Golf Club. Postponed-Rain fly to David on Sunday morning I will hold ae koutt course ror that shattered ltfight and got his
e Wallopin' Gaudho from TONIGHT'S GAME-7:30 Pacific Little League Park to- Clayton Haeffner's excellent 65 Tme Wnd edo notfar
,the record book. Every- As F s 1oo S moAl (Ab 1 AllSda bosawhowan tbly i record will nAfdoubtedlY Uto ruthetor today
except the 72-hole record men (Arthers 2-2 or Clarke 1-5) a s 1 Little League ball in the farm stand for many a year and will
a etnow seems almost sure ANj A. .are. HISrequestedN t.oreport serve to prove Paul Hahn's point
at OW seems almost sure AN P. R, Jan.i By J. J. HARRISON JR Promptly for registration that "good golf is easy golf. For
UP) WH1e Mays was .booed Seflor Roberto that is.
for the first time In career The Smokers will send Alberto U Managers Eldridge Burton, eN Ro t
But hardly anyone seems to real- last night but today he was a Osorio (- against Stanley Ar- Roger Williams, Bill Stock,. ominw in richt behind Rot EN AN A
ise that Pablo Molna of Colom- hero once again to all Puerto thurs (2-2) orVibert Clarke(1-5) __Charles Belden, John Hern and berto were his compatriot An- *RTf2 .3C .
bia and Charley harper of the Rican League baseball fans. of the Sodamen, tonight at the Rex Beck, will be on hand to tonlo Cerda and our choice l- .
United States had three under Local fans, who first ready aympicStau a7 CONEJO-OCELOT GASME put .the players through bat- Arnold Palmer with 5's. These 4.G M .o
par 69. Porky Oliver had a sput. terday about Mays' skirmishtad WASHED OUT ting and fielding drills and at two boys equalled the old ee-
ting putter and finished with with Rtcet~n~~p booed Tonight is Lady's Night. t, ge.. n st a i the conclusion of the drills the ord and really looked good. I 5IUtII
a 71along with Johnn Mues- tive son Ruben .mz, .Abooed A after getting started In the managers will select six teams I i"
ser. Tied er. Tied 72 were p Alex- Willie loudly hen h aled up Oorlo held the Yankees score-top of the fourth inning, the' from amongst the candidates This reporter followed Palmer
ander, Hermann Barron and d the plate for his initial ba t lai s on three hits in a brilliant rains came and put the damp- who report for the workout. around the course (and does he
Harold Oatman. .Pnearance against San ua performance in the first game er on the game with the Cone- feel today) and was greatly im- i
The non-mudders who turned last night. of the doubleheader on Sunday jos in the lead at th. end of The Farm League will get un- ssed by hs steady tame. g rt.
di aod P ,that he was distuina d nau llbut left t thgame in the e eighth three innings a with one more erway on Jan. when wo urse hisrealy game
hi that he .d td Inning because a blistered run across in the top of the teams will play a game at the th real
Jolny Bass, Bob Fretland, John t o"' strle h"d and then finger on his pitching hand. I fourth, and first and second base Pacific Little League Park with pro. He electrified the gallery on
Oonne Hera an Polo a hand7 e- a completed the aircud t when Osaorio's troublesome digit is occupied, umpire Mohl called a the following games to be play the 16th hole when he sunk a
lice TsM Tey had 73 opl uan outfielder George reportedly better and Manager halt. After-waiting twenty mmin- ed at the Balboa Elementary long putt (25 to 30 feet) for a
Ledes haa. AnselSnow, Ani- s bobbeldth l O n Stanford Graha as announc- utes. he declared -the field unfit School diamond. birdie.
baleMacamn and Art Jonehsn oai- error.l e tht ah Sw aord h- .g"gt or play and------ bi Aftir he completed his par -
ed to 76.- 3b aWtson n and lPedr o r he e twov the Smokers started back into Both managers agreed to play ore 8 ole, eask Pal R.1
Se blow eree w v the, Pennant race with a victory this game on Saturday, Jan29 SARATOGA SPRINGS hep8hh hole, we askedPalmernllU
Vail settled for 77, and Carlos the crowdI mmedHately. o e y gh.aitryf a a ., a sr.
Rodr gues had a 7& booing nd pey tonight, at 10:00 at. m ., at Fastlich Park. G whathe thought of the Panama "- -
second 18 holes will be stoppedto apngad With the Yankees three and Today, the Macaws play host Baton Rouge, La. (NEA) I.Golf Course and his rely was
e today-nd1 It was rain- trite ad t heo ,pitch of a one-half games in front and to the Pumas, and each team One of the more promising pros- to the effect that he really liked PLUS. -
ing at press taime. So wase wonder tribute reached thepitch of a me running out, the Smokers will be seeking their first wln.!pects on Louisiana State's fresh-a course when he played so well. R ai ep..
what mill happen. But you can Each time Mays aeatio red t ill have to-be winning most oftWills and Webb will most likely1man basketball team is guard Play was resumed today for no| --M 3 --S 13
we bsre a mtenl you ay n t acm teepl Mayef Per a rd e their games from now on in if start for the Pumas and J. Dur-I Dom Merle, a six-foot, 23-year- tthe second eighteen holes end "PRISONER OF WA
be sure that we will not say that the plate afterward, he w asP- they are to remain a contender fee and T. Durfee will most like-lold Army veteran out of Saratoga all eyes will he on the popular SW
Do Vicenso's new course record pleaded again. With men on"sec- for the championship. ly be the battery for the Macaws.' Springs, N, Y.S Roberto and his fine competitors
of 62 will not be broken. We ond and third and two out, Wi-
learned our lesson last night. lie was purposedly walked In the .
Naturally, the MacMurray boys third inning. He fouled out and
led the amateurs. Johnny and flied out in his next two trips to
Charley shot even par rounds of the plate but Santurce won, 3-2. m
72. And Anibal Galindo, t h e Owner Horace Stoneham of
razos Brook king, was right the Giants spoke with Herman A
there with them. Robert Pearson FranksSaturce manager and
was a stroke behind at 73, fol- Giant coach, by long distance

enzat 74; Tony Jankus and yesterday and was told that Mays
'Maurice Mueller 75; R. L. Mills Gome had patched up their
Ray Reid and Jim Riley, 76; and difficulties.
7%. er, even announced that the
play, and here tu ed tn oofnexatfeo.Of a complete NEW SHOW from Havana
SdWilliesuffered, s=41 ,in knee'
wound of gou and would ie a few d titat, Zor sli* l u ti
scored Yove r lower oe iBt, fo 01l ..
two id hodla. I...led to ar.
Tl ot.. ur, uu thin a- rive in 1*w after -. ; *
bout t rlllant rounds played 5 p.m. ;


u, m vu w, i-Rimer, uera,
IHarper and Molina was the fact
that they scored so well with
the greens In such sorry shape.
Ovem one hundred amateurs
played the course in the morn-
ing, and by the time the pros
teed of at 12:30 p.m. the greens
were pretty well beat-up, as one
might expect after 100loo players
had already walked and putted
on them. But it didn't faze the
leaders.
The tournament will continue
with the second 18-hole round
today, and the pressure will
really be bearing down for the
final two rounds on Saturday
and Sunday.
The feature matches over the
weekend will start at 1 p.m., and
new pairing and starting times
will appear here tomorrow eve-
ding.

tz, Rizzuto


Little League


PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Standing of Teams
W L Pet.
Police 3 0 1.000
Spur Cola 3 0 1.000
Lincoln Life 1 1 .500
S. Agencies 1 2 .333
.ibraltar Life 1 2 .333
Elks 1414 0 4 .000
Police 3, Elks 1414 1
Rain stopped the ball game
after three and half innings of
play, bu tit did not stop the high
lying Police team scoring e-
nough runs to beat the hard luck
outfit from the Elks Lodge 1414.
The defeat pushed the lodgemen
deeper into the cellar, whereas
the win put the Junior Cops on
the top rung of the ladder in
league standing. Of course they
share that position with the Spur
Cola team that Is also upbeat-
ten.
Yesterday the Elks jumped to
an early lead in the initial in-
ning when they scored their only
tally. Stoudnor scoring on Bleak-
ley's double. In the third, the
price and joy of the Police De-
partment, on three miscues by
the Elks plus two hits, netted
three runs and the ball game.
The winning pitcher was Mike
KlUpper and the loser Ed Bleak-
ly Larry Corrigan, the Elks re-
ceiver had two for two at the
late and was the leading hitter
for the day. 1414
Players ab r h e
Burton, 3b 2 0 0 2
Mulllnas, 2 0 0 0
Stoudnor,2b 2 1 0 0
Beley,p 2 0 1 0
Pajaki s 1 0 0 1
Devore. cf 2 0 0 0
Corritan. c 2 2 0
Her. rf 1 0 0 0
Bright, lb0 0 0
Tt eSbd is 1 811

Dehtaer,. If 1 0 0,
Dohinager, If 1 0 0 0
Browder, lb 2 0 0 0
Corrigan, ef 2 0 0 0
Potter, c 1 0 0 0
Klipper, p 1 0 0 0
Totals 12 3 2 1


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league's earned run leader last
season, okayed a pact calling for
$30,000, about the same money
he collected for his 10-8 record
In 1954. The Indians also an-
nounced the hiring of their for-
meat manager Steve O'Neill to
serve aSMa personal aide to gen-
eralms uer *ank Greenberg.
TWe Is4 anuawnceld the
signingWf southpaw pitehers
Windy MeCaH anad Pete Burn-
side, along with the fact that
they will Start their night
games at r8 J. instead of 8:15
pm. as tI nhe past.
The Washangton Senators sold
second baseman Wayne Terwlt.
liter andM catcher Joe Tipton to
Minneapolis of the Amerlean A-
sociation. A Giants' farm elub.
Terwilliger batted .208 inl( i
games for the Senators at
son while Tipton lit .22$ In
games.
Pittsburgh sold right-hand"d
relief pitcher John Hetktio To.
ronto Of the Intern a t f n a-I
League for 4n undisclosed a-
mount of cash. The Pirates ori-
nally drafted Hetki from\To-
ronto In 1952 and last year the
hard-workngg fast-baller posted
a 4.4 record in 4 asupearances.
. In St. Louis. Cardinal manager
Eddie Stanky sade it plain that
Infielder Solly Hemus W re-
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Nazi bombers blasted London in
US Won'the last world OKSeat war.For China
-the thid daY of a nation-wide
ace of the world's most famousC
clock and the hands came to a
stop at 3:25 a.m.
The Ministry of Works await-
ed until daylight to send tech- _
nicians onto the tower to re-p weu
start the clock whose unexpect- n UN On BarterFor
ed silence flooded Scotland Yard
wih a s c WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP) munist hands since they wer e derscored last night In spectacu. speech before the Chamber of ONE OF EIGH. Roberto De
The British Broadcastin c -The United States today ruled captured while fighting under the lar fashion by Secretary of State Commerce of Greater, Philadel- Vicenzo had birdies and ..o. .
Corporation, which tradition- out any deal with Red China on U.N. banner in Korea. This policy John Foster Dulles' top expert on phi a eight pars as he flashed nto the .
ally starts its day with the swapping diplomatic recognition position has cut down on the pros- foreign affairs. Robetson called the Chinese lead n the first round of the
chimes of Big Ben, was caught or a seat in the United Nations pects of any direct American- The expert, Assistant Secretary rulers "arrogant, contempt o us, Panama O en with a record
Unprepared. for the freedom of jailed Amer- Red Chinese negotiations., of State Walter S. Robertson, de- gangsters, torturers, blackmail- smashing ted under par score of
The 7 a.m. news announcer cans. The stiff American atti t ud e lievered an unprecedented series ers, imposters, ruthless" people 62 yesterday on the rain soaked '
explained why, for the first time Officials at the same time, how toward the Red 'Chinese was un- of attacks on Red China in a who would let Chinese citize n Panama course. Aonve, he misses
in memory, the chimes were ever, did not veto the possibility starve without a second thought. one of the few putt he missed
sing. During the war BBCof letting 35 Chinese students in Asse t t t his government all day by a fraction of an inch.
used records. this country go home to Commu- i lv to Red a cogni. o A large gallery wteh ed the first
Icy winds howling up to 75 mism if that alone is the Commu- W est G erm an, FI rench Leaders or rmled ..t rn d despite the he
il an hour buffeted Europe, nist price for freedom of the 11 Robertson said such action would
bringing hardship and misery American fliers and others held only strengthen the Chinese rul-
and blocking traffic. by the Reds. (e Lou inSel on efar .IS ute ars d heir ability to carry out
and blocking t c. ^':'; I Take Counsel on Saar Dispute only c#.beon the Chine rulw
princess Margaret had a close StateDepartment further conquest "in cal us on VEEP CONGRATS GAUCHO...
yesterday as she drove from The Stadommunsm." Vice President Ricardo Arias
royal estate at Sandrin ham time ago indicated it wod go -t(Cight) talks ItOverwith De V-
ck to London. Her chau feur- for a students-for-Amehicans BADEN-BADEN, Germany, Jan. to Intimidate the West andto ceno follo the "Wallopin'
n o cars behind a stranded on an individual basis"- fWest Germany and France arms treaties by the Paris and terd t the anama ol
truck. She wa othurt.an indication they could get exit et hee today under the Bonn parliaments. Club. De Vcens aid he hoped
Europe's transportation sys- permits on a speedy basis. th a new Sovietalaempt to wreck L ev n Igh I eng U his putter would stay hot for the
tenj was snarled by the bai- the western alliance.d e remaining 54 ht. The final
Stormed a roadlock Stiff American objections to Chancellor Konrad au ua t r m tion ods
S Brtan ad trk r recognition or U.N. membership and French Premier Pierre a On S Otloan Snd s ingat
4Swden to Switzerland. at this time were regarded as sig-/ Mendes-France conferred togeth- -p.________________ '
SSwitzerland and Austria were nificant. They were sounded si- er in this ancient West German I ms o K u WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
threatened with avalanches. multaneously with the r e t u r n spacity on the poisonous Saar Secretary of Stte John foster
Highways and railroads were home of U.N. 'Secretary 'General dispute and other Franco-Ger- | .1| L.a.L.A Dulles flew to Omaha, Neb., to- '
blocked. Dag Hammarskjold from h i s man differences that still em- LjIIing ye i ri day for a special briefing at the "L.
SBritain appeared to be the trip to Peiping to try to free the bitter relations between the two strategic air command's head- I T
orst ufferer. Roads and ral- Americans who are regarded as nehgbor countries. NOROLK, Va.an. 14 (UP)- quter on ts operations.
rays were blocked and buses and U.N. personnel. Mendes-France arrived here The freighter B.S. Steelore sent The big bomber planes of SAC
cars were abandoned on the by special train from Rome where a distress message intercepted by have the primary task of reta- Word has reached the Isth-
oad. Six foot drifts blocked all The United States has taken the he had Just spent three days the coast guard today saying the rating with atomic bombs and us of the death in Knoxville
bt est England's roads and cut position that it is up to the U.N. conferring with Italian govern- ship was listing badly in the other weapons on the homelandTennessee on Jan. 5 of John L.
highways leading to Scotland. to get the Americans out of Com ment leaders. storm-lashed Atlantic 300 miles of any enemy which launches Humbard, a highway engineer
The 2,400 to n Norwegian His meeting with Adenauer of Charleston, S.C., and that its a massive attack on the United with the Bureau Of Public Roads.
rehter Kya ran aground last was scheduled to last through-41-member crew would have to States. He was 2 yeas old.
eight off Sweden's southern tip Soviets Say Will out the day and the French Pre- abandon ship. State Department spokesman
In a snowstorm, but its 20-man mier planned to leave for Paris Henry 8uydam said undersecre- At the time of his death he
Prew refused to abandon the yes- A m t by train tonight. The Steelore Is a 550 -foot tary of State Herbert Hoover, Jr, 1was on leave from the Bureau
set and stuck out the night a- Share Atom Data Only a few hours before met, steel freighter owned by the- and Ambassador Henry Cabot and had been living on his cat-
In da ht and attemptsto the Soviet Union, in what was Bethlehem teel orodge, r., U.. Representative to te m near Knoxville.
d.lh an t tte d t nmFor odrtheUnro movwas t o whnl m Steelo n. the United Nations, also were 'Amognother projects, Humb-
u, inj. a For Industry interpreted asti another move out of WllmilgrI, n lel.
A stood by but theto block West German rearma- The coast gard in New York to thebriefing, They did ard word in a supervisory cap-

cv esrie win th e e rat ion oflWn- h lrte b oth th
Stxt o th not was trans- ocan changed ours again and inter-Aterican Highway n Cen-
Russia claims Its athe m-power- Ti h th is morning ea ed or e t ifl t t io America and other projects Pero 's BALBOA D ..e
world's first. out at Buh ler Hoehe in ithe the Tme d luxury ruer Quesf and agencuiesO:0a.m. eST. .heg.

oresrapan, about 12 miles from was heard. He said the briefn. ce On Brother -Dies5 ^
TODAY .60 -- .30 The Russian announcement here. Mendes-frante was in- oche Sangteelore said her crew "the organization and oper""t m-Inter-American Hgway In Cen- ..

70 9:06 p.m. sai a report on their operation formed of it on his arrival, would try to right the ship and of the etrategi air co S mother, Mrs. Anie urie A t Operation *.
:' -_ -. 7:00 9:00 p.m. be made public before a Neither had any immediate then take to lifeboats. Hoover left in a seoaratelane tuisbawutwo adters Mgrs.. orIr S gi tUIe..f r
United Nations-sponsored con- comment. However, western of- The coast guard sent two pa- five minutes later in line with Louse Hallburton and Mrs. a- BUNO A S Argentine BUD T
BOLD ference on the peaceful use of ficals here interpreted the note trol planes fromElizabeth City, policy not to have the nations rah Humbard Moore, all of Jan. 14 (UP)-.Mrio Peron, only s
atomic energy, scheduled to be at first glance as yet another in N.C., with droppable life saving two top diplomatic officials on Knoxylle, and two brothers, Ben brother of President Juan D. Pe- PROVIDENCE RB.I. -(V' -
AND held later this year. a long series of Soviet attempts gear aboard. the same plane. Humbard of Hague, Va., a n d ron, died today after undergoing 'lte Rhode Island budget set
l b mRichard Humbard of Birming- an .operation. He was director a good example i 1954. ut
BOISTEROUS ham, Ala. of the Buenos Aires Zoo. 'its annual budget request
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GUSTY By DOUGLAS LARSEN 1. Be the complete eost. Cut I
NEA Staff Correspondent In close after passing. ever sig-,
AS IT nal when stopping. Park double.
FIER BWASHINGTON -(NEA)- Will Use "pull" to fix a traffic ticket.
FIERY you be "Mister Repulsive of the / ] g, Warner Brothers first international newsreel
Road for 1955?" 2. Be the show-off. Prove to '
WOMEN! It's ridiculously easy to get in everyone on the road how much ththe funeral of the late President of the
on this great contest which was horsepower your car has. Pass i
S so popular in 1954. all possible cars on hills to prove = / Republic of Panam,
Just observe the following sim- how lucky you are. Go through f | rO I
pie rules and if your mentality red lights with a gay air of bra- Col. JOSE ANTONIO REMON CANTERA.
is warped in this direction impro- vado.
vise from there: 3. Be over-emotional. L a c k
g This newsreel is the some one that is being
How Repulsive a Driver Are You? shown in U.S. theatres and on television!
_TEMPER TEMPER! Over-emotional drivers who lose their N
tempers lack presence of mind in emergencies, are aecl- _: _
dent prone. i
Presence of mind in emergencies. gineer, and the enforcement offi.
Lose your temper with any driver cial have all been studying what
who challenges your right to the It is in a person's make-up that
middle of the road. Cuss out trats him into traffic troubles. It 300
fic officers. found that some drivers are
w \ \',, _V.4." .x./ Be a nra.Ualizer. Figure out much more like ly than others to Il A ia -loc i
hr\ \\ how every other driver is wrong have accidents. They are called A. *, r l
.. / I1\/ but you. Bxplain why all traffic 'accident-prone.' Their wrcng at. I Ca iUU man-wOi *
I signs are wrong, Tell yourself titudes and their emotional weak- I A I
S1 \ 1 .-- that speedimitsr for the other nesses make them bad risks as "
"/ & Never hN twarted. Get even The book makes these recom-
i H '1 / j with drivers who pas you. Make meadations on how to handle such i 1
pedestrians juamp for safety. Beat people:
-IU Dak ...... i. a guy into a parklad place which "'. Sort out accident-prone I ,S I
,^^^ H I_ Ihe found befer yoa. drivers and revoke their driving I ,^SS'i t I
bra manlike Driving." ly, is ilorious death on the road. mental and emotional weakness- i ...
selzr e on t fein hats : innocent bystaders might be "8. Show individuals how to
PA T ." o ,n bsprie-winnen aln with you. recognize and correct traits
] II ) IH boast of breaking traffic laws. As a bon s you' be immortal- temselves that cause accidents." M IN l N -I
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