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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Brisker Fighting

In Costa Rica

SAN JO Cta c Jan. They were packed up by Cota
17 (UP) -lurropeler-driven Rican authorities when they
UfS. fllh arrive here strayed across the border, and
today the govern- the U. embassy negotiating
meant r belswho have for their release.
aMedmreohwtgm come rol
Costa LUSl. The four Musangs, sold to
The ob bneat Mustanl u are Costa Rica yesterday at a re-

S artf lrfi teU Theyare bein flownbhere by
revol w had beeCapt. Wallace e.8. Wilson, of
rte a week erupted t lough Jr, ollee Station Te.,
action during te weekend a- it Lt. Del C. Toedt, Laurel, s.,
round the northwestern outpost and Capt. Robert A. Strait, Cor-
The re pa ed initial A C-54 ran piloted by
gainsl bo sM toal overn- Cl. Walter I?. WkerOra ton,
'.. ,,.,o.,, L ,
at ead omlntle Meh week to Mas., and eal. sudi L .outs,
ree desadat sa 1 Wnded Banta Rosa, Cax comn-
bat an eU Ia eUmmnalas at sing the four ti to fly the
night dea sunt of s lost pilots back after te, delivery has
ground had be-n been made.
The go0 ent ba The rebels s far have'dowinh-
been ns incoming casleated th air With a force that
and local. pers i n c e origlna consisted of four
Wednesday, psed censorship planes, aAmerican-buit the
on outgo cln last nigt but Thnderbt two At trainers
lifted the bW after three hours and a CC-47
In dceof a formal. eeWr- crashed born wh atf-
ship t MMinister Maro As- tempting an-m y la g
ulve l, 54.correspondentstoovefthe week d.
troop Ov wtt with a ben oper from a w pas-
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Assembly Picks Comrmittee- Today

To Study

The Panama National Assem-
bly was set to convene this af-
ternoon to appoint a commit-
tee to study charges suspend-
ed President Jose Ramon Gul-
zado Is Implicated in the Janu-
ary 3 machlnegun assassina-
tion of president Jose Antonio
The Assembly will also select
a prosecuting attorney, not ne-
cesarily an Assemblyman, who
will Join the committee in their
study to determine It Ouizado
must stand trial, the As-
sembly, as one of the murder
It was understood the apeg
clal committee would be in-
structed to make its report
within ten days.
The Assembly today also was
expected to lift the state of
emergency whiqjk it decreed
January 3 to facilitate the in-
vestigation of the sayingn.
Meanwhile today more ar-
rests in connection with the as-
dMWoe a .the exact .number
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (UP) Net IqEbfu
Panam6 Canal Company of $200000 in fi S
$2,900,000 .n fiscal w fore-a to i
Eisenhower 1956 budget. -
It ,n ting the fimiul al*uete of thi Cao
the Proi. rsed th* question whether toll rims
be muati.tid at their pgent level in the- future.
N He red te _eI* h d nt Iose in 1iu -1
and 1956 I th a net Ic.i of $4,2000
stared for ftial 1954 md $ ,000 for fiscal
*Tfhleaorabl cur n laeaM wB "E
showing primary to e et en
drop n of goorwment tls anL eEst
tr increases in wage nda eral government.
int o rates. and to employee General government
be reeehfly authorized by a ceduted to rna
la he sai. inl 9SSto$l I.o
e not fIn oe of the year increase being 'Stt
ofbe 1951 provides some means le to transrof
Sthrbi ese ios The tGeneral Simetaryt
.ian Whee-t, C nAk a
will.,.. ,,a'' the efnt to A niail
whU *li t UhmsB~^f~ti.^SS~W*"*W

U 1ils taoto-
lobs Abae:; nip
s.nV*iwl Sanuhes;
a ~~n enamems-
a to Cabans.
wirth carbines
rt -u. nation plane
,-.but inot hit it. An-
e a ~ue was "buss-
"bn a B dby the war-
nur urdebol that Is the
back me Of the rebel 'air force.'
The 'only other Americans
know to Involved In the si-
tuatliat are lng Pickens
and Jack C. S both of In-
dianapols. w were hunting
jalg s in Nic4ragua when the
-8t began .

-Ole taet the h Nt W .
The Costa Rican goVerns
has been describing (e rev
as an "Invasion" because
many of the rebels are poll
refugees who have been living
(MrI Alfredo Hidalgo, a les4'
er of the Catholic church In _COL.
to Rica, said last night In MOE'
0co City the trouble is purely
domeste --and uprising by Cs,.
ts Ricans who are "tired of To.
presslfn and high taxes, with
have alarmingly increased theo
cost of living.:"
(Hidalgo, who is in Mexico forJ
an operation, said "if it had
been a Nicaraguan attack, all of
Costa Rica... would have been
taken by now.")

Three Canal Workers Win

Competition For Training

; free a canal compa-
.PM-loaes 've won five
& tb aneed training in
s tla oe mpettlo n with
leflh~m nt employes
, tahe Uilted States.
nmo: H. Walling of the
*Wnar4wrence Barca
of WI tmme u,and A. B.
f. e Oe Office of the
The three will spend
from January 28
su June 24 In and near the
tt pwltal as participants in
the ynfra Senior Management
Itt s 't time that three
adida Ntt n the canal or-
KnAptIfl have won places 1i
program, although oa
lisq trained sinmultaneous-
ly -..
-h e junua, designed to de-
am-iastraiUve abilities
gm ploya for
f e t service
6 ftiu l Seheimle Grades I
IR the three
be given a thorough
l, .Federal Govern-
and its various
eelds; they will
lAin rotating work as-
Svarios branhesb
t- i rojpcts; they1

His first job with the Canal was
as a "boy" in the Mechanical Di-
visiaon In 1931, when he made
eight cents an hour. He later
held a number of summer Jobs
while in school.
He was a member of the first
graduating class of the Canal
Junior College, in 1935, after
which he attended Puxdue Uni-
versity, where he wop his de-
gree as an electrical engineer.
He returned to the Canal as a
participant in a Student En-
gineer Program.
He is married, has one child,
and has his residence In Balboa.
Barea, aged 3s, is an En-
ginser (General) at Pedre MI-
geil Witb the Leefks DivIls.
He first entered Canal em-
ploymeit as a Coppersmith Ap-
prentice in 1344.
After qualifying as a journey
man, he attended Canal Zone
Junior Co Me for one year and
then wIas to Renselaer Poly-
technic titute receiving his
nselerun r degree there in 1951.
is ed lives in DiAblo
aged 34, a Bates
Anal"l te sBates Irash
of te ofefthe samptr-l.
ilr, with s *eee at ate Ad.
N caie 1 th Zonetas a child.
when h a Jo old

jScab ag the went
thtfetttw of North Caro"



mure Gladys Vi4*, oave'w
-went to th pce
found out that her boy _ri
cadet Edgardo TeJada, knew.
whohad done the killa g. She
provided the clue which
brought about Ruen O.-Miro's

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0. Miro has confessed being
the trigger-man in the Jan. 2
assassination of President Jose
Antonio Remon.

Red Teorriss

SiM At Large

In Malayan Swamp
17 (UP)- A ang of 54 Com-
munist terrorists was still at
large today In a q" square mile
area of swamp land despite
land, air and sea .pounding for
eight days.
The operation to flush the ter"
orsts into the open began last
Saturday. Police are blocking
escape routes as .ncoln Bomb-
rs and guns df a British
destroyer plaster e area dally.
At the end of the sizth day
of the operation an official
statement said security forces
found and destroyed more than
25 camps n the swbmp but
contact with the gang has not
been made.
The announcement saLd ground
attwry units had e ,000
s lls, mortar mea 1O.O
bomb* and the dst r am
Comas 00 rer 4
meh jpms. In a1: ka mIosaid
tMne&' Bombers flown 30
rths ever the Oa ,
f n of A W, Nd byI

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AN OPEN AIR MASS (top) was sild yesterd agnorning at the
Olympic Stadium for the repose of the soul CPana's slain
President Jose Antonio Remon. The mass was tonsored by na-
tionally known athletes. Other photos show Atlonal Guards-
men who surrounded suspended Prasident Jose mon Oulsado's
fashionable home in La Cresta Friday after he pled under
house arrest. Guizado, implicated in the y confessed
assassin Ruben 0. Miro, was taken to jail BSa afternoon.

British Sidp

Returns To Port

For Repairs

A British f
main engine b<
the ship was
here, returned
for repairs.
The 5,395 ton
Antrim was pi
at Dock 14 at
were to board
cover the ami
which will be 1
The freight
days ago en rou
FIJ Is hands. S
crew. including
carries a cargo
chandise. Nort
handling the

17 (UP)-Banfd
ton, the Brit
Corp's early-
wakey" man,
thurd saidae
treatment for
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reighter whose
bottom broke while
two days out of
today to Balboa
n damaged vessel,
preparing to berth
noon, and agents
the ship to dis-
Lount of repairs
-r left here two

Jail A Mglel -
No Prisoners
VATICAN Cikf Jan. 17 (UP)
Church auljtrtles have de-
cided to close df Vatican City's
small, model S SWr lack of "cus-
tomers, it was fM rted today.
Vatican sou flsaid the gov-
erning wrnom T of cardinals
has decided tW vert the Jail
Into a food w house. It had
housed prisonaet or a total of
three weeks l1*- 26-year hias-
tory. :-

ute to Suva In the D
he has a 44-man ron OmO fgrantS
ig officers, and
of general mer- Get 10
on and Lilly and
vessel locally. In Balbo aoil.
ambo y Tw 4o rra .an grants
m ry ywere e ath tOsoend
England. Jan. ten days in d odsri pen ti
leader Billy cot- morning's esd l In the
ils Broadcasting Balboa M
wntring "wak.- Defenas f Rodr-
pt trough his gu, 43-and Quinto,
oytmday under 31. Qu
erous exha- Jua s given a five-
Itr- m&Ue _
i. e an-
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Also In Jail, and being hel
Isoi nilmado, are Edgardt
ms, the former cadet at
0 .UInala military academy
who Admitted selling the mur,
der weapon to Miro, and 3
dolfo St. alo, a business peart
aer of Guiado's who reportedly
has admitted meeting Miro on
several occasions prior to the
MReanwhile it was expected
dragging operations would be
begun In 'Panama Bay in an
attempt to recover the murder
weapon. Miro has stated that
he dropped the gun into the
sea about a mile offshore.
The ohief claimant to the
appoexiately 310,0 re-
ward peOmy today appears to
be Glaid Vives, young Pass.
mans i1rl friend of Tejada,
who tip to the police broke
the case wide open.
Miss Vives had known that
Tejada samggled a machine-
gun into PFama when he re'
turned from Guatemala and
after the killing he told Gladys
he had sold the gun to Miro.
She reportedly later decided to
tell her father, third chief of
the Pam a Secret Police, all
she knew.

Pol Victim Sends

Apprecive Note
To Canal Zonlans
A letter of appreciation fol
the assistance given John 0.
Taylor, young British geologist
who returned to England in an
iron lung recently after receiv-
ing treatment for polio at Gor-
gas Hbupital, has been received
by Govermor John S. S ebld
from officials of the Angl]o-ea..
dorian Ofiflelds Ltd., the co=mp*
ny wth which Taylor Is en-
The letter reported the uae
arrival ia England of the yot
geologist nd eOpreMed the si.
Cere gaUtude of both Mr. -
or's faml and the com pa o
all concerned for the "andI
ful care and attention given
by the medical and nursig twt
aGorgas tts."
Taylor wi rougt to
In an iron le r t I
early la NOvier by
Rescue Servit of the
Force. A l* ter he
recovered sa -to
although h awV
wow 9

M. seveu l r" w re in the
lbs long-term natal rat of the C1
in canal fe re- tlnCa
he added.* eStii a
ln terms of number anp ton-
age of vessels transitln' the .n
canal, the Prelsdent gai ths ChilI
it1ure of Canal activity n 1954, B
Wi vessels aggregating J,372 I n 8
M tons; in 1955, an eso wanted
8,275 vessels aggregating M0,406,- Aw
000 tons; in 1956, an eamated "A I
8,050 vessels of 39.181,00atons. A Ch
Toll collections total *33,- Gonzal
302,149 In 1954 and are estimat- boa Ja
ed at $32,276,000 in 1955 and range
$31,210,000 in 1956. to retu
Por the Canal Zone govern- The
ment the President ask an ap- occuDW
nPeprlation of $15,017,000 for er, wa
1 fl 1956, an increase over the h. wa
$13,788,000 appropriated for 1955. out an)
Proposed obligations for fiscal The
1956 will be the same amount, Peru, I
an increase of $1,200,000 over gent Fe
estimated obligations for the cur- zgles V
rent fiscal year. as sooa

4d esueu0in loset.

eoq Stowaway
llboa Jail
i .-.

lean towi
es was sitti
IU today w
nnts to be
rn home.
ion was i
i taken of


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Red-Headed Actress Says

She Prefers American Men

HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 17 (UP) "Our fellas look and
- Men, there's at least one better than the other.
beautiful redhead in filmland can guys ay more a
who thinks American males are to a girl tnha n
superior to their European but they nt go eo
counterparts. She's Joan Shaw- overboard lke the a
ee, who returned from abroad Joan oyfully added
with the observation that the she'd been given a dg.
U. B. male is the world's best. "In Engla an
"All the Englishmen I met out a. dog j IIkes l
needed hair cuts, the shapely star without ai
actress announced. "and alf really r dewn t.a tI
the Frenchmen look like Ma without d t p
Ion Brando. They wear T-shirts a mInlatalue TYorn i
and jeans and do a lot of mum* Lord Darby, ant I'ra
hUn. bout hhn.
Th Britishers wear their
hair in a pageboy St's that "That's enough about
long and their derbies fit though: I diar hmsi
down over their eyes. No fool- trouble with wolves Nve
nl', it looks like they're trying because everyone knew
for parts in an Alec Ques married.
movie. I met all kinds of lords
and dukes and Jazz lUe that Englishmen don't 1o
in ngland. though they'd be very
"renchmen have it all over anyway. ft -the are
he x3nlish they're the cra- dancers "
et things that ever walked. Joan career t omed
You can pretty well tell what yearn ago wh e
the British are going to do end on IOS V oMw.
may, but the French are faR of sheB's
1Arpises." t*o tow
Joan ied off to London more mora
than three months agte tIar .O4e
m a filmed Utt- cobdu
S "Aggle" about a A rl-
apa girl in Euop"I flin "og
others for a New Yerk deprt-show"
eet tore. After making m f
M Joan Joined Sob
for appearance
and France.

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* The MeA N I k is open forum fw readers of The Panama Amerile
Jters an received grefefully and an handled In a wholly confident
Ofw pesdibi a lett ier don't be impe'i_-eIf I doesn't appeer t
dy. Le5s ore published in the seder ceived.
lease fy to keep the letters llmbed to se page lengt
identity a letter writers is held ih ansdia cenfidme*ce.
This ewsipe assumes no respemibity for se emen as oio
In letteM from readers.
To go along with the writer of the article appearing in th
11 Box of January 13; I wish also to add the following wit
t hope that the proper officials may read it and give it som
There are undoubtedly hundreds of ex-employes of the Pa
anal Company (all local raters) in their forties, who have bee
ejected as being "too old" by the Pant Canal authorities. Bu
ow about the hundreds of others whose ages range from 20 t
0 v.ho have been rejected as being physically unfit for employ
bent simply because their blood pressure was a little too higl
r because their pulse-beats were a little too fast.
This is actually happening daily If a local rater is terminat
|d and does not find another job before 60 days has expired, h
as to go through a thorough physical examination. No matte
aw healthy he was 60 days ago, he has to take that physical be
bre he can start to work. whether he is being employed as
lerk or a ditch digger.
Here Is the worst part. If he has even one bad tooth, he i
immediately rejected. Not to mention his blood pressure. Ac
ording to the Pan Canal medical authorities, nine out of ever:
mr local rater's blood pressure is extremely high. It's surprising
h9t so many of us are still living.
Now. everyone likes to get a physical especially If it's I
Me Woe, but I know of at least two colored boys rejected by tht
anama Canal Company as being unfit for positions as clerks
ho were eventually accepted by the United States Army as vol
teers and both sent overseas. One of these fellows did pretty.
in the Korean conflict. Isn't that something to think about'
The armed forces also comes in for Its share. An officer wil
Saeed t charge of a project. and if any local-rater is un
nat. enough' to be disliked by the officer, it's not unusual
'tB ewmploye to be discharged on some trumped up charge
ced by the officer, and five out of six times barred from entrr
te .post and very often from employment on the Canal Zone
mon request of the officer.
When this is done the employee is barred from further em.
tloyment on the Zone by the Central Labor Office without any
investigation being made even if he has given 20 years of satis-
kctory service on the Canal Zone. If I were to continue litin
M' cruelties to local raters of which the Pan Canlal Company L
tlilty. I would have enough material to fill a. good sized column
6 would appear that the Company is engaged in a cold war witt
;Ial raters. Is it any wonder that some Panamanians often re-
Kr to the boundary line between Panama and the Canal Zone A
The Iron Curtain?"

MuZsal Matters

ACWOU 54 Formerly
I Stringed 55 Sorrowful
instrument 5 River in
Note in Gerany
Guido' SOWN
scale 1 Egret
Instrument 3 Mot mature
12 Great Lake 4 Footllke part
13 Put on 5 Paradise
it4 SIn 6 Misplaced
odear 7 Against
15 Tears' 8-- whistle
i8 East (Fr.) 9 Music is -
17 Promontory to mankind
18 chemical 10 Oxlke
sux quadrupeds
SAbstract 11 Onagers
baluss 19 Venerated

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23 Greater in body
stature 38 Play part
25 Snarl 40 More unusual
27 Work units 43 Hops' kilns
28 Sheaf 44Genusof
33 One who looks willows
fixedly i 45 Require
34 Moorish drum8 Drunkard
36 Eluded 50 Mimic

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that Walter Reuther even now i1
attempting to get a congressional
investigation into certain criminal
elements and that George Meany
is acting en corruption inside 'ome
AFL unions.
But the time is here to drag this
undercover civil war into the open
- or we'll lose it.

Teletype Operalor

Need To Fill

CPO Job Vacancy
The Civilian Personnel Office,
U.S. Army Caribbean. Ie seeking
a. qualified teletype operator to
fill a job vacancy.
Basde requirements specify
that the applicant be A UA citl-
en, able to pasp an ap rete
ty 1tg test, tran.ribe M e
memages accurately, adl receive
and transmit message .st ap-
pplmately 46 works per miln-
should be sub-
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C'mon Outtoa here--You Republican Rascals"

Labor News



Instead of backtracking,
manicured mob is attacking a
surrounding the responsible lea
ers inside labor.
So arrogant is the Combine th
in the past few weeks it plated o
of its "labcr relations men"
side an entertainment union. P
ing as a union official, he tackle
* a corporation run by one of Am
lal ica's one of the world's mc
influential multimillionaires,
Fact a close friend of Preside
The entertainment union w
forced to hire this "expert" w
"" is part of the garment, racing a
trucking combine. The police a
now watching him in New York
so I can go no further except
warn the entertainment field thi
it is being invaded again.
So it is that the mob, operate
h as a series of city-wide baroni
h as in the day of Lucky Lucia
e and Al Capone, is ever pushi
into new fields or trying to reca
i ture old ones. To stop the Combir
n the U.S. Department of Justic
1 during 1954, sought out some
, labor's top leaders for a qui
drive against the Syndicate reach
- ing into their fields.
h To protect the honest lab
chiefs the Dept. of Justice's Crim
- nal Division will merely tell yi
e officially that it is operating "wi
r the cooperation of respcnsib
- union officials."
a This cooperation and the outec
of the public has resulted in som
600 investigations 'a year of exto
s tion and bribery under the Tal
- Hartley Law and the Anti Racke
y peering Statute known as the HobI
g Act.
Last year there were 37 indic
ments involving 65 defendants. 0
a these, 28 have been convicted a
In addition, the Justice Dept.
- Immigration and Naturalizatio
Y Service has begun to cut into th
Mafia's leadership. Albert (Mu
der Inc.'s Executioner) Anastasi
has been stripped cf his citizen
1 ship and may soon be deported -
l and one of the most powerful me
e influences inside certain easter
y labor circles will then join h
, friend, Lucky Luciano in Napol
,There is also Onofrio Minaudo
the Detroiter who was part of
* mob which tried to smash th
Y CIO's Auto Workers Union som
g years back. In 1954, the Immignr
tion Service picked up Brothe
Minaudo at Key West, la,, after
. a rather secret and gay Cuka
holiday. He was ordered deported
* The FBI's work is hardly sul
s ject for public discussion, but i
Scan be presumed that 4ts agent
are working with some of labor'
top leaders on a series of matters
including .te attend r der o
4the Seaf sa' Unlef he ePau
While I'm en the Paul Hall case
Slittle idignation would not b
out of place. Hall, who heads
successful and progressive union
of AFL sailors, jeopardized his lif
and the safety of his family t
lead the fight against the mobs o
the waterfront. The best he could
get out of this fight was bleeding
ulcers, since he already was top
man int he eastern section of the
Seafarers' International Union.
Abcut a month ago, the FBI dis
covered a plot to kill Hall nea
his home in New Jersey. Yet there
has been no outcry from labor
Virtually nothing has appeared ii
the labor press on the attempted
No national labor organization
have called on the authorities pub
licly or privately to push fcr a solu
tion. Only one national union chief
David Dubinsky, had the grace t
telephone Hall, a lcnely crusade.
these days.
It is not' enough to work quietly
with the Dept. of Justice when the
federall" call on union chiefs for
aid. For the good of honest labor
for the good of the nation-evei
for its very defense and for the
public's sake, a publicized anti
crime program is vital right now
The cost to labor's rank and-fil
and to the public is enormous. Ii
one case the Dept. of Justice said
that shakedown maneuverings by
a mobster acting as a labor leader
cost the government $51,000,000.
SScores cf additional millions o:
dollars have been 'lost on private
projects halted by the mobs which
withheld or slowed down labor on
I such works as slum clearance pro
jects, housing developments, hos
pitals, and Cross country oil pipe
lines from Oklahoma to Indiana.
I On the pipeline, for example
Guy M. Harmon, of the Operating
SEngineers Union in Springfield, Ill
has just been sentenced to four
years in prison for extorting mon
ey from the contractors. He threat
sned to "slew down" the construe
tion project.
SThere must be a public outcry
Against such scandals. I can report

r BROADWAY BEACON dep't: A Hollywood dress stylist Dollywood's Mara Corday, no
designs special conservative frocks blushing violet, gushed: "I got
y How personal can you get? for divorce hearings .. the equipment to look cute, exot-
e Modern Screen features "The We reported all the Latin ic, sexy, sweet, sultry, athletic
r complete story of Jane Powell's Q. showfolks in Miami Beach were and vivacious." But can you
, boneymocn." (Complete?) ... A fingerprinted and mugged. It's the cook?
n dozen Broadway flopaloozas dur- law for all night clubs, cafes, etc. --
a ing the past 6 weeks represent a New York does it too. Variety estimated Victor Borge's
. total loss of more than $800,000. -- victory: His one-man show has
. The humpty-dumpties included a John Wayne's star power is grossed over $1 million ... Al-
e pair of musicals ... "Gone With mighty impressive. Made only 2 though numerous big names re-
- the Wind" os MGM's annuity. Last films in '54. and was the year's corded "Let Me, Etc." Joan Web.
n year's revival grssed $7.500.000 No. 1 box-office lure ... The tee. her's version still leads the field...
y ... Vveca Lindfors in "Anasta- vee reprise of "Arsenic and Old CinemaScope (just an idea about
r sia" reflects the radiance of star- Lace," starring Helen Hayes, was 15 months ago) has been ex.
dust ... The eagle-eyed can spot what you'd expect. Funderful ... tended to more than 2000 Euro-
f a nickelodeon ra.twinkler in "The Cosmopolitan reports that Lee pean bijous ... Universal lost a
SBarefoot Contess-. Bessie Love Paul and- Mary Ford have ped- mint. Tne studio once had Eliza-
S... Gander Zsa ia's Zing-zing on died 15 million records. Quite a beth Taylor under contract and
Tempo's cover. Boy . The an- record ... Marlon proposed to droppedher ... Memo to those
. swer to "Let Me Go, Lover" is a Josanne 2 hours after they were kicking dirt in radio's face: New
. tune called: "Don't Go, Dont introduced ... One 3 D film York has 10 deejays who earn
. Go, Dont Go' ... Arthur Stelljes ("House of Wax') grossed over over $50,000 annually ... Actor
(hes Mickey Jelke's lawyer) was $5 million last year. Now that Dick Widmark has confidence: He
brother John Jelke's Commanding gimmick is dead ... "Fannys surrendered a $3,000 per week co-
g Officer in the Navy. dividends are fancy: $19,000 tract to free lance ... If you
S*-- weekly ... Barbara Stanwycks have nothing else to do, .try to
r Road companies are nourishing merciless truth: "From the out- spot a movie mag minus Deboie's
Many Hollywood exiles. Frixample side, success seems exciting and photo ... Ava sighed: "I'm hap-
. Kay Franci, Edward Everettp wonderful. But every one wo en- er in Europe." The trouble wita
. Horton, Arthur Treacher and Nils joys it knows exactly what the trying to escape reality is that
Asther .. .,,Whirl the Ethel Me- achievement has cost. you cannot, leave ycurekf.
man-Dan Dailey platter "There's '
t No Business Like Show Busi- I Edmund Purdm, who received Movieville owes a great debt to
ness." A pair of aces .. A movie his Big Break as a result of Ma- the Bible. Many oi the Midustrys
I mag gasps: "None of Eddie Fish- rio Lanzas temperament, has be early fil clicks were Biblical
I er's shoes are handmade.' Yez come tantrumental. Gives out in- specs ... Look mag reports that
rdont say?. Holden is one.terviews panning reporters, col- every actress asked or toe femme
Movie sparkler Wo can relax. He yumists and critics. (End of lead in "Country Girl," except the
has a irm 14-year contract ...| Yawn) . Only 2 dolls among one who received it( G. Kelly...
Mrs. Danny Kaye offered an apt Hollywoods Top Ten box office ... Life is like this: M. Monroe,
explanation ot the show must-go- champs. Jane Wyman and Mari- several years ago posed for the
on tradition: "The show must go lyn M .. A Coast colyum men. nudiful photo for rent money. To-
on because life must go on' ... tioned E Mermans "Denver, day she Isn't satisfied with a $100,-
Diahann Carrell is another reason Colorado, farm. Farm? Its a 27. 00oU per film contract ... An ad
"House of Flowers" rates posies room mansion cn 6 acres. Ethel in the Spuday Times (for a stock-
... Anybody making a yawn- has something to sing about ... ing sifr.) advises "How to look at
poll? 3283 stale films are on tee- Doris Day received the most fan- a leg." (That may be necessary
vee ... We wonder how the N.Y. tastic Las Vegas offer: A $200,000 for readers of the New York
movie critics fe.o about the "Am-s dice of real estate to sing a few Times.)
mal farm" ad picturing them as songs. She spurned it ... "Theres ----
Pigs: No Business Like Shcw Business The durability of Garbo's lure is
-- must be entertaining. The movie amauin. She's considered Y
Guess who Is playing a song- runs 2 hours and the time goes of a aLife spread. although
and-dance role in the upcomin .justlikethat ... Judy Garland de- Mils Sphux hasn't made a miev
"Lilacs in the Spring" movie? cared: "I work as if I have only fo over decade .. Mass Mne.
Errol Flynn .. Ambition. is ca- ten minutes left in which to do for e a decade ... Miss Me
precious. Jeff Chandler, a movie everything. The perfect prescrip.J- Which is hardly suri ng
star longs to be a songamith. tion for a nervous breakdou,. se of elmaim are
(And Irving Berlin's ambition is to play, psi w er ... "K-
bp Irving Berth) ... Eddie Al Mack Sennetts biog, "KaM df met" asied U9, thus far...
bert's dika "rm in Favor of Comedy, quotes Billie If urk e's HaM "Wi0 ab the ambol fad.
Friendship,' is a charming chue greasepaint lore: "By the time a with as fads-t is
. A Coast historian w d have you get your name up in lights m| . After sew many
you believe that Debra P have worked so hard and so l eg,. Webb tatl mred
bedroom batiropc has %10.K. seen so many names go up N l atEu Tw" (am msow-
tures. (Who hsa't) ... If d.ome down, that all yoiea. 's fee
Cinerama" I No. 5 S iajot f Is, How can I a i... OGa-i
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but this column is scooping him
cn his final report as chairman
of the Government Operations
Though McCarthy hit the head,
lines almost every day of his ca-
reer as chairman, his report is as
dull as dishwater. Obviously his
flair for the spotlight is consider-
ably greater than his desire to
make a constructive record of his
committee's accomplishments. The
report also shows that McCarthy
devoted scant time to his over-all
committee, chiefly concentrated on
his subcommittee on communism.
Portions of his report are so
abrupt and deadpan as to be amus-
ing. For instance, his only mention
of the famous Army-McCarthy
hearings, which absorbed the na.
tion for weeks, is a complaint over
the cost.
"A special subcommittee was
appointed on April 20, 1954, to con-
duct hearings on charges and coun-
tercharges evolving Secretary of
,he Ar ,d obert ,T. t .JohnI
. Adams, H. Struvet4
o .oMccarby. B
and Franis Car" phoerves
the McCarthy report, deadpan.
"This subcommittee was author-
ized to expend funds (approimate-
ly $5000) for its investigative ac-
tivities. A resolution providing for
reimbursement of these funds to
the Senate Permanent Subcommit-
tee on Investigation was reported
favorably on July 28, 1954, but no
action was taken, and the subcom-
mittee was nct reinbursed for these
extraordinary expenditures."

"To correct these deficiencies,"
adds the report, "the'comptroller
general suggested that the Pa-
nama Canal Co, and the Can
al Zone government be combined
in a single, civilian, independent
tered by a single civilian admip.
tered by a single cvilvan admns.
istrator or a small eivlan board
of not more than three members" '
The McCarthy report also hints
that the new comptroller general,'
Joseph Campbell, may runm into
trouble when his name. is sent to
the Senate for confirmation. Point-
ing out that several senators
"wished to be heard on the Dnom-
ination," the report gently warns
the, President that Campbell's
salary can be Out off in.4 days
If his name isn't submitted for
S e n a te a p p r o v a l. g
States the report: .Iri.g

appointment auorize aw
sad he was swor n son December
14, 194. Under app!Olible law- be
may serve until the end of the first
session of the 84th Congress, but,
unless the President esubmita his
nomination within 40 days after the
session convenes, and it is ap.
proved by the Senate he can 're
ceive no further salary after the
lapse of the 40th day."
McCarthy is writing another re-
port on his subcommittee. Per-
haps it will be more exciting.

Aside from this, the final Me- 21 Lots Excess
Carth report ranges over a lot Ee
of miscellaneous subjects includ-
ing money spent on bathing beach- Property Offered
es and recreation in Hawaiil by B
the armed forces. Joe's sleuths y Army On Bid
went out to Hawaii to probe the A
question of whether servicemen's Twenty one lots of forelxg ax.
recreation was "involving an un- cess personal property ie being
necessary investment in (recrea- offered for bid by the Priperty
tional) property valued at in ex- Disposal Officer, U. S. Army C p-
cess of $22 million and annual ex- ibbean.
penditures of approximately $4 mil- The property, located at Cor-
lion." ozal, includes such itemsa as
After "an extensive study of the plumbing supplies,- electric mo
charges and countercharges," the tors, office equipment, assorted
sleuths couldn't make up their tires, food processing equipment:
minds who was right. So they and assorted spare parts for d-
passed the buck to the committee, fiee machines and pumps.
recommending only that hearingss The property may be inspected
should be held in an on-the-spot weekdays through January 31 ba
investigation.' But McCarthy was contacting the Property Disposai
too busy with other matters. Office at Corozal.
McCarthy also reports that his' Sealed bids in quintuplicate will
committee put pressure on the fed- I be accepted unt#l 9 .m., February
eral government to withdraw from 1.




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Be!!hop Bosses

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HAVANA, Cuba An interesting possible. And Cubans are wonder- a breech of etiquette has been
sociological experiment is in pros- ful about individual pride. committed under the name of pun.
ect here, with the building of a A long time ago, as I recall,'donor. A Cuban whose personal
ew Hilton hotel. The gimmick is King Card and his sweetle Magda honor suddenly strikes him hard
iat the basic financing, some ten Lupescu, were staying at the Hotel may become aloof from the world,
million bucks, is to be provided Nacional, and were accompanied no matter what he is supposed to
y the powerful syndicate of wait- by two bug-eyed pekes. The pekes be doing at the time, whether it is
rs and bartenders, which makes needed quite a lot of service, working in a revolution or merely
ie servitors the boss of the opera- being pekes, and unfit to be classi- hustling -.r daiquiri.
on. fied as dogs. | He stops what he is doing. He
This shakes the dice upside down One day came and La Lupescu looks the other way. He places
n the cup, so to speak, so that said the equivalent cf sweetie, the himself in an aspic of immunity;
waiters who have looked the other dogs' nails need paring, so poor And you couldn't rouse him with a
ay for a lcng time, when the old Carol had to call down to the sevenigun salute aimed at (his
customer calls, suddenly will be- bell desk for a bellhop to come broadest dimension.
ome students of cost accounting up and clip the paws of the pets. I have spent the past 20 years,
ind speed-up schedules. I. Up came the bellhop and the give or take a few trying to at.
This sort of thing, taken far king shoved the pooches at him tract the mention of Cuban wait.
enough, frightens me. You make a and said, "Manicure the dogs." ers and bartenders who suddenly
nan an owner, a stockholder, and The bellhop draw himself up to his come down with pundonor. You
iddenly it is possible that he eith- full fl ve-three apd ca screasp usU yqur Jungs ache.
r beavers himself into bbnoxious. or. am. Cusano n A a you p and whistle
ess, or becomes too grand to ban does not cut the toenal of and snap fngers a rattle glass-
tch the extra cup of coffee. Also dogs." ** es, but a pundonofed Cuban is off
am wondering what Mr. Conrad Carol frowned in a kingly fash- on cloud six. He comes back to
ilton will receive in the way of ion, and put in a beef to the bell reality only by permission of him
om service if the staff is not captain. The bell captain said that self, and even then he appears to
eased with the way he is run- he, too, was a free Cuban, and he be walking away from you, not
ng their dough, wasn't going to fire another free listening to you, and never seeing
I know that in times past there Cuban for preserving his dignity, you.
ive been occasions in which em- This thing went on and on until, I I don't know. I'm told it'll be a
oyees participated with manage was told, poor old Carol sat down fine new hotel, when they get it
ent, and it worked well, blit in with the manicure snips and per- done some year, but I am still
is instance the bus boy is apt formed the pedicure himself, wondering about poor Mr. Hilton.
consider himself the boss, since In Spanish the word for self. I think he'll have a few new nerves
s his dough that made the joint esteem is "pundonor," and many before he's finished.

A'alter Winchell In New York

Be d. HermanW~ of MAP
handsomeSM.Go re ,ommlttbe-
of Florid turned on v .irsame formed; th further a3.*s -
boat together frcna"th Amerieasteps are being taike- "!
c&^.^&*%aslls. I-c?&ft -
Welker, someftes cCal the necessary er etv
"Junior Senator McCarthy" and I are found to be In soo e
whose picture is ur fea. with private business, a d %at
tured on the cover oIQG.Y.I L. K. Icomprehensive directives, SaenMW
Smith'sw magazine, "C ross andlln preparation to earry ot
Flag," was ere as a boi over the, program m a. overnm
Senate vote to censure a frie baa"reads the sec ret'oyr
froni Wiscobain. All d the -J"s report.p
voyage he was loud aj r..ou
In his defense of M 1C and FROBEOFPANAXACANA-
his castigation of Joe's POBE PANAMA
He especially taunted. ers sThe report a lso i ael
on the- fact that the ta batle wtC
voted in a bloc against Me arth alki many, e
"I understand that you tke of flouting Aeom.
decided to make It unanimous at a l As a result, J e s"da
secret meeting," Welker ehided his odhound. on the
Democratic coIleqgue from Flo .a C
da. L.The Panama Canl-6it
Smathers denied this, add the fai to cooperate
Democrats voted their own e requested
evictions. Mr relaeve to actlo to
"Ha Ha Ha!" laughed the Idaho ealuat-aend carry nto the
senator sarcastia "How do bnumers recommeada
you know they sara have secret by the enerl accoun
caucus, since you were in South coiuua..eachy, *"i
America at the time?" P whble admitta that..
Smathers replied that he was was merit in man o the reco.
sure of it because the knew how mundations, took t. position t
the Democrats operated, and he its only reapnspib -as w to the
was certain no secret caucus had Committee on p1 8
been called. view of this attitude "Are you calling me a liar?" tion, the committee tuis l
snarled Welker. staff to make further sa f.
By this time the conversation operations o the Panai Cnal
had become loud and bitter. Company."
Abruptly Welker squared off ready Thestaff m
to fight. Sinathers squared off, tco The deffi promptif s ncovered
but Sen. Andrew Schoeppel of Kn major deficiencies in organlza-
sas stepped in. The two men sep- on, management and response.
rated. ability. . inadequacy of planning
and policy-making and unwarrat-
JOE'S LAST REPORT ed domination of the secretary of
the army and the military estab-
Senator McCarthv won't like it lshment over the Panama Canal


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ByE fIPlanbing False PanelTo MakeGetaway Al 'Y Thursday Co-Produced Movies PayKK
Vs.,J(. s v eL. L. l open the New TestA (n ByCURTIS G. PEPPER Th new ass ooation, technical- 10 fea tur0e-
SAthOrities reported .t hey weekend and there is no roll call ment serie at the Balboa YMCA- ly known as the Committee of we as
found trae tod t orkng a n ter lunch on SaturdyUSO on Thursday at 7:30 p.m ROME (UP) Europe's mo- Study and Liaison for a Europ- short sub et
found ne trace todayof ishd on Aftwr lronh on Satu said that speaking on the subject, "Th e vie-makers are setting up a unit- ean Film Community included at The. I
Stem convicts who vanished fron A prison spokse wa said tha Synoptic Gospels." ed Europe with more movie fans first only French and Italian pro- film-making
thestatepenitentiary byan naoughthe.rues wa s Sno
Sestae eieaalse panl a aIt shou eer hae ha Dr. Alderton retired recently in it than Hollywood could ever ducers. pean mark
The eviceta, including n a y penedi from a professorship at Chicago hope to find in the United States. "But we invited German ad the character of films.
evicted murderer, nrode from the "We got a tip they would Theological Seminary where for The project, designed to share Dutch producers to come in wi ly localized a
td urdray corncealedieot a oudn 26 years he served as director of film costs as well as stars, is us," said the ANICA chief, add- only in their own
alse panel they had built in the he explained, "but there was pastor of the Gamboa U n ion will have a whopping box office one." "But remember," he
back of a prison truck, prison nothing but our own trucks i Church. potential of 280,000,000 cinema-go- The 52-year-old industry leader film is essentially a
Bupt. W. F. Smyth Jr. said. the parking lot." ..... The course at the ItMCA will ers, more than double the Unit- explained the committee current- not an effete intellect
i"The idea Is as old as prisons He said a uaru d definitely continue for six weeks on succes- ed States potential of 130,000,000. ly is working at an industrial lev- ent ts purpose is to
itself," Smyth said, "but it was checked the truck's interior be- sive Thursday evenings and.is open "The result is going to be more el. with inter-governmental talks a or a ountri."
cleverly done." fore moving it to the street out- to the public without charge. Those films at a cheaper cost to every- to come later. As an example of
The plywood false panel form- side but was fooled by the panel. wishing to enroll are urged to con- one," said Eitel Monaco, spokes- the fruits of co-production he cited
ed an 18-inch wide standing area Smyth said the fugitives ap- tact the "Y" personally or call man for Italian producers whose Italian and French producers who,
for the men in the front of the parently split up once they were Balboa 2839 or 2759. current film output is second over the past five years, have New And Used Farlftl'
truck's body just behind the able to slip unnoticed from their only to that of America on the made jointly120 films.
-cab, and was painted gray to panel.r world market. "They are fa s
match the interior of the body. premier In a United Press interview, "They are favorites Franc
This was done while the truck The fugitives and their prison PrMonaco, chief of the National As and include some of the ibest m- Wayr
was parked In the prison metal terms were listed as Herbert Fo S0 isociaton of Motion Picture Pro-vies to come out of Europe 6 ee W er ...
shop for repairs Saturday. To Muse, 35, 16 years for burglary; onducers Distributors and Labora these last years,' said Monaco, Room Set--
the guard who later checked in- Jefferson Carson Mitchell, 22, story Owners (ANICA), explained citing "Fan Fan Tullpe" with d ig Wicker C h
side before moving the truck life for murder; Alfonso G. Man- f T D Du le the latest move toturn the conti- Gina Lolebrigida and "Theodora, and Arm Chsr
from the prison, the vehicle ap- chusl, 30, 13 years for robbery; Of Tenany ispuiOI nent into one big movieland. Slave Empress" with Gianna Ma- with C hleOnl .... GM
peared empty. Norman Franklin Twlford, 38, n1 "Our industry," he said, "has na Canale, both successes in the Double Beds complete
An all-state alarm was Issued 30 years for grand larceny, store- OME Jan. 17 (UP)-Premier foundthat co-prduced pictures United States. h
when the men were missed at a breaking and wounding ; Arthur Mario Scelba's middle-of-the-road ay off. They split investment here s no reason why a Eu- Brand New
P5.m. roll call. Schachman, 11 years or grand cabinet meets today to review its risk and speed up the pay pean film community should Matress.
"It could only have happened larceny and robbery, and Wood- foreign policy and to attempt to by being released onto more than harm Hollywood," added Mona- GuSte
on a Saturday afternoon," Smyth row Beavers, 38, 16 years for settle disputes among the coali- i one market." co, stating that recently inNew aree Ii
said. He said no vehicles are left possession of burglary tools. tion parties on domelntc issues. This led, in the past, to Italian Yor k heattempted to show A mer-
The meeting was scheduled for o-production pacts with France, ican producers it would be to oom Su
4:30 p.m. (10:30 a.m. est). Germany, Spain, and Argentina. their advantage to sign an accord Rocking Chairs..
Italy's four government parties Now the plan s to bundle UPwithItaly for co-production as Modern Mahoany
,,11% onl -..,,t ,,--.termwere asked to end their squabbling these separate co-production pacts distinct from current practice of Dining R m
US Works on Longterm Pledgeover land contracts which threat- into a European community of major studios making 100 per cent Suites.........
en the stability of Scelba's cabi. producers a widening of the American films in Italy. China Closets....... .
net at a period when leadership field everywhere somewhat along Monaco then cited figures to Side Boards ........* a
To Retain Troops in Europe is needed in the fight against com- the lines of the European coal de monstate he owth of Italy Wardrobes .. .'L'
u adsTo Retain Troopsein Europe el pool.film ndustr a 1749 post-se
,"I recentlysigned an agreement war, neo-realistic baby in 194! Comerales Credit
-. Liberals and Social Democrats- in Paris with the French Produc into today's big-time challenger Card for the Low
o -- left and Right wings of the coali- ers Association creating a com- for world markets. Down P'-ment
EPi' WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (UP) French upper house unless the tion-have been fighting over ten- mittee to look into this," said Production of feature length
^A .flbvdirheaot 'gamze aacalm plosan smil e --- --The United States is working United States announces it will ancy contracts which control the Monaco. films climbed from a mere 60 in
A iel direct sle of a ci l In, ia lasnt mile te aon a new pledge spelling out its cooperate fully in continental employment,of tenant farmers. 1949 to 1954's 150. Domestic earn.
M SeI ert 0. makeof 19oo Aat een t of dle d grase i determination to keep American defense, diplomats said. The Liberals want to give land- DELAYED MAIL ings leaned from $16,000,000 in
Whelw dpelaker of ." Arr emeof"her a__f dida ,r. h armed forces in Europe as a Informants said the pledge un- lords the right to fire tenants when 1949 to $60,000,000 in 1953.
thshe. dSpbon e her stie a bulw predet r ark against Communist as- der study by the State and De- their contracts expire, while the SALISBURY, N.H. (UP) Over the same period, movie
ai clai. memberhip wA b Iade paMe by gression, administration offt- fense Departments would be pat-social democrats feel that tenants Harry Twombly received a letter fans grew from 60,000,000 to 8,-
ime.. .lals said today. turned along lines of a drafted should be discharged only for nearly 40 years after it was ,00 in Italy alone. To accom-useold Ex
... .. ---- "'The pledge is to be Issued by pledge made public last April 16 "just caused" such as negligence mailed. The letter had fallen be- modate them, movie houses also Ir ouseol c
-- -- The pledge is to be IssuedI by pled dd or a change in the use of the hind a board in the postoffice of increased from 5,000 in 1938 to (Auto Row) Tel. $
AYSERWOOD heavy ast used to be now that President Eisenhower, and would by the resident. Designed to lar a change in the use o thea local storesometime in January 7,000inreasedn 1943to today's 12,000. 41Natonl ve.
SNEA Staff Writer the two older sons are away from not take effect until France and improve prospects for approval land.tocastoreo n r 7i1I t o oda'120.
home as midshipmen at the other European nations have of the Europeanno Scelba's Christian Democrats 1915. The new store owner dis- Italy's annual production invest. Wou PAY0 CAi FOE
home as midshipmen at the other European nations have of the European Defense Con and the Republican party also are covered it while making renova- meant now exceeds $50,000,000. It ()
Success in the search to "find Naval Academy at Annappolis. approved the Paris agreements munity,ethe pledge never be- at odds on this issue. includes 80 color films among the
time" which occupies most home- "I don't try to wash on Von- on W e s t' German rearmament came effective.
makers more o r less constantly is day, iron on Tuesday. Ins t ea d and participation in the Western Action was based on the EDC
the regard of skillful planning I wait until I have a big 1o a d, alliance. Final ratification. ac- formula for West German re-
Recently, I. bd a chat on t h e maybe one eyery 10 d a y si andt isoI snot expected until March armament. This was killed by
subject Vt I fMrs. 'Hubert 01- wash it all up at one time. Often, or April. France In August.
so, of bloomington, Misaewnn, aft- I do the laundry at night, es France, however, has been Dulles later told the Europeans
the awAnrd as the "Most Success- so that I can hang up the clothes dropping some hints that ad- he would recommend a substi-
ful Homemaker of 1935." in the basement to dry over- vance word on the pledge to tute pledge on American forces
Mr. on richly merits t h e night," shfsays. keep American troops in Europe if a new pattern were found for
honor. e's a mature, friendly, Occasional help from a clean, should be forthcoming before European unity and German e-
warm-he rted woman w it h a ing woman keeps routine d us t- next month's vote on German armament.
calm and untroubled manner and ing floor wishing a n d polishing rearmament in the Councfl of The pledge will avoid specify-
a contagious shile. She fin ds under control. B u t long range the Republic, the French upper Ing exact numbers of troops to
time for housekeeping, extensive projects such as a t h o r o ugh house. The French Assembly al- be kept in Europe for any exact
civic and community work, 40 house-cleaning are her personal ready has voted approval of the period of time. It is expected to
private n piano students and sub- problem. German agreements. assert, in part, that this gov-
stitu tete i just to mention "When school is out+ I st a r t Recent a iinistration state- eminent would:
a e activity And in. Every drawer and e v r yments on cuttng down on U. 1. Maintain I ur armed. -
tt shtl.ia-re-,useJjdusb ov PWert ft h B M ld fareel mpu o A C W Ware V
,W oe _,,,*0 in ,m1bA :' tfnarb Init 1 United conpribution for the joint de-
S- le8o- eatravag ~irt'tarly States may w its troops fense of the North Atlantic area.
i uapt its. American glass and o~ vr the from Europe, or reduce them S2. Consult with members of HU D S
As thi wife of the superin- years she's built quite' a e -llec- drastically, once the Germans the North Atlantic Paet on de- S R -95
t? 5tin of it. are rmed. payment Of fores In accordance H o19 5 3 SUPER D
dated School, you can realize that "Not one piece of it, believe it Thist fear may be reflected in with agreed defensive strategy
she is greatly in demand for so- or not, has been broken by t h e the debates and votes in the in the area. ,
cial events committee work and children," says Mrs. Olson. "1 19 5
the nwriad responsbllities of a wash each piece three times a W
civic leader. year and wipe them off once a Solons W ho W here AtDemand JET
Inevitably, t h e conversation week with a soft clotWe."A Demand
turned -At "How do you find the Time savers which this busy
time?" lady believes in include washing Bt t J *F __ _I
( organize, my tIin e. But I the mealtime dishes, a c ald 1ing Better Protection For Congress
don't have a rigid schedule. I them, and letting them air-dry In- . .. jI
must be prepared for the unex- stead of wiping and storing im- -
p*te&-such as a requset fr o min mediately. She has also trained WASH "omethn ha- t
nmy husband to substitute for a herself to use both a n d s to WASiNGTON, Jan. 17 (UP), "something just hs to be
teacher,". she smiled, speed up such tasks as dusting. -Three' Congressmen who were done and I can't see any rhyme
My next question was? H o w As a notoriously lazy letter- shot by fana ical PUerto Ricans or reason in any delay," he add-
in the world' cp you organize writer to my family, I was much last year demanded today that ed.
your time if you must be pre- impressed by Mrs. Olson's state. Congressional leaders provide Bentley said the security
pared fot the unexpected? ment on t h i s point. "My one better protection for House and breech "shows how wide open
"Welln ech mormg IF think of inflexible rule, I guess you'd call Senate members, the place is." He noted that so
the 'musts' for that day. I us u- it, is that every Thursday morn- Two of them, Reps. Alvin M. far there have been no major
ally can plan two or three days ing right after breakfast I write Bentley (R-Mich.) and Kenneth disasters, but he said something
in advance for needed house- to my mote r and my sons. A. Roberts (D-Ala.), said they should be done quickly before
keeping. When a day is fairly "I like to keep a nice home for intend to ask the House Admin- there are.
lear, I' spend it baking. my husband and children but Istration committee to revive a "The good Lord isn't going to
"Our freezer is a real help. I'm not a fussy housekeeper. Our bill, approved by the House last give us many more chances,"
Instead of one or two loaves of home is always open to the chil- year, to take the Capitol police Bentley said.
bread. I bake six br seven at a dren and their ends. They out of the patronage system. Davis said the incident "re-
time, and freeze the extras to are free to play in the yard. My Under this measure, which died quires qu|3k and positive action,
use as we need them.n I bake prize flowers I plant close to the In the Senate, the Capitol po-on the part of the leadership."
quad le batches of cookies, house and in beds in the back lice force would be composed of He said he will propose in his N PA
When tir up astew I k e with the vegetabl es. The chi career policemen who would have speech the establishment of a
enough to freeze for anot her dren respect the boundaries.- to meet certain physical and edu- career police force whose mem-
meat. Of course, during harvest And I knew after talking with national standards, bers would be required to pass a
time, 1 frweze our garden v ge- ner tat her pleasant qopera- Re p. Clifford Davis (D.-Tenn), training course equal to the M-sT
tab n fruits," Mrs 01 So avefri e se said he intends take friend trwsct ad oh "edta "raet he ThoIs ti o CIo lmi mLeto
....be subject to a training course "Having such a high regard JS
i. *.. .. f ^AA prepared by FBI Director J. for J. Edgar Hoover and know- A NA
Transfusions From 200 Donors ".ga;r^... i? tS ANYWHERE NHoAeR THIHSooeI
l.^ ". 1 1 I'[U I L / 'i I I jThe three legislators were .- Davis said, "I know he would be
.. l J Mar when members of the eliminating auch things as ac-
Wiin tnn Frlght For r Bllp dplr Puerto Rican Nationalist Party counting necessary for his *
irillVlllllU I mIllB e Vl __poured pistol shots into the gents, and assign his competent
., 1-- db-- ke a le to the utery. At tohe time there was con- number of men necessary for P LC
Doctors said today record wound1 t.e hospital sad,, but In protective measures but in-
donations of blood and plasma the meantime the transfusions terest waned as the session pro- SYMPATY PAINS
by more th n _200 volunteers ap have been continued around the grossed. BRIDGEPORT. Conn. (UTP)

pgren Is winning &light to -.clo. The Interest of the three -- Two 1i-yearr-old-pal-s didn't lelt
save a hemophilac pat' from we ae very stified with Congressmen was heightened appendicitis keep them apart.
ble ifi s o death. .. -he response nofete popeo ursy when a Kensnton, wen Johny Stefan was strick-

'PIPM-rem i f r c S Im pt** M at o lood -Ty -8 0 5 C .. .. . w.. ... ..... B h --
aplea red improviLgafte-rr, 1 _-osvtipe.thef blsokeo -aTysape house was In semlom, madeher ated on by the same doctor in Es r1,1m 1F m '
pl ats of whole blood and 224" The transfut"'ns need not be aisle, and asked a startled
ynits of plasma. direct but the blood is rushed to Speaker Sam t I foare er-
Cooke sutors from the heredi- Cooke within 15 minutes after misln t make a-spech SEEar
ta dasee which hampers nor- It 1 taken from the donor to bun quicker LITEN and SEE
ma1 "tI ood. clotting around preserve the effectiveness of Its down and the woman he nti liEed
woin* Re has been kept alive blood-clotting factors, the hos- as Mrs. Grace IJackso Clark,
by- tb&- on$ since he had p#4s.aid. was escorted frJomnt-Chamber. T kes t ,nn,
,a "tDW ted 10 days ago. h'i means volunteers must bee w~ scouted fromthe ichame r ihedi
I ooke's tion grew critical called in around the clock at a her action should certa point HI FI ITY I
la. yand Satay he teiy rate OT *timetable tH FIDELITY I M -
w_ Mmuh w er bt woee refu wrked oUtP to their colleagues the need
a ..o.. e h"Al so Cooke-reolves an uninterrupt- or greater secu-lty.
i 7- eflo fwhobIo- eo-e whole nb d and erts aid te dent "r- althe

te.,.lro nf-..u C p knw e was a ... -...P.eople can ge the House CURUNDU FAIR I "1 7r
tbspee man aid "and weare r ASd spafered m any c 'mbr .
in*h anoyed reports ay ing eiisesd" dlrlg hi
wv ver-gae p la 11L minor scratches Wocers al fammles of lath century Bnro- WEBCOR
Ain V tonhad Ind & iM thie tai ld, pe. in ievee ces can mean "CTT
nnan am-sous- death from a tiny watch. I D1 .IVI H 1
yt ha week after receiving a record of
A s e- deastbtostopthe of lost transftiiont 4sth t. N. 3, Bella Vista
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When his present contract was doing, they gave me no trou-
t,,. CBS-Radido expires in June, ble.'
a r~h have done his last weekly Schippers is setting a new fash-
inever aaicn in batons-or "sticks, as he ,
"I'll never again do radio or calls them. His old favorite broke,
television every week," he said. Before he could get a new onel
He says he'll begin a campaign made, he got use to the broken
What he calls "graceful retire- one. Now e has them all made [VL E s Cool Researe
t." Not that he's going to quitI. in the shape of the broken one- T L....
wants to do some radio, some jagged ena and all.
~ vsion, some night-club work, --
aps produce and-or direct a Audrey Meadows, lunching at a D O /
ut never again will h Sadis was wearing dark Mlasses, IC
himself to the extent of, aand the table-cloth wasn't that ,
weekly show. I blinding.' I %&wA6 x BL,6 DIC3MRWE A 10
feils the same way. curl my eyelashes,' she said. "And
the. pedicn I feel unqressed with my eyelashes
the predictions add up to the uncurled.' andi V p l
ae l thing.l s Denise Darcel, the gayest Par- !
t t.being so, you'll have to sienne, has improved tremendously
165 the -Year of Grace. as a night-club and hotel perform- '
-e or. In ner latest engagement, at
apprlmatel a:41 p.m. every New Yorks Hotel Pierre, she cap-
i abthush f a11 ever the ea. tivated the audience with nr
s at the Broadway Theater.twinkling charm. Especially dur-
bu. hush- Is automatically followed Ing an audience participation num-
Saa IaItake of breath of the.sort her, "Alouette," in which she uses __
family referred to as a gasp, a gentleman from the audience ,v--.-_- *.n u ..
tie, an excited whisper .as and a portable mike, decorated P e ..
emb.e of.the audience ta and with flowers. The mike, not the
rmur to their neighbors: gentleman. -LLE 0 O Good Questlion I a. S. iall I
TV TOPPERS Kermit Schafer, radio-TV pro- M IEST WAUE.
ducer and assembler of the "Blucp- EAS TO D EST WI 6 IS T BHlf Q BCARWHAT PME rW
CHARLIE RU GLES ("The er' record albums, was complain- .. .ST WH }CR E IT IS P JECT Y A5TUND ~ 0 A HEP O,
rid of Mr. Sweeney,n' gBC-TV) Ingt about the movies. "The other 16 J M BLACK 0 C M I E A BEAIOF A BEAM I A UI1E OWL RND t1 4 'i
Ai P: Pageelrne w-Thn )i day' he said, "I walked out in the isIDBAK 10COPAE EAM OFAT BEAM IN U O
.s provided it doesn't last Imiddle of the coming attractions.WAT TH OF IN THE l .
"91blh young!" Red Police Arrest 3 L 4H
k What has happened here is that I
thomas Schippers has come out CWherever distinguished and interesting people
to conduct the orchestra at Me- d ad nrtgpp
t oo'n "The Saint of Bleeeer West together, you're sure to find PALL MALL'S
Street." He is a tall, handsome I o na attractive, bright-red package, too,,. for it's the
man from Kalamazoo, Mich.- -- sign of a distinguished cigarette.
and he IS young. He is 24, and BELIN, Jan. 17 (UP) -West,
VItI orchestra were you conduct- Berlin police today reported the I ,. 1-4
ing at 24? arrest ~ry Communist p.oliceof Pofple who appreciate the best, always choose .
it is, Schi pfers sars strictly an the East-West city border of th ree PALL MALL for a reason. They like its
Strolls of this 60-piece orchest prsons who aempted to drive delicious blend of fine tobaccos.. they
mostly members of the old NBC, WsBl. like its extra large size BOOTS AND l BUDIES SurprIs S T SDGAR MAR1
"I was a mpony. anist and vocal The arrests, made yesterday, which filters the smoke
w were the first since the Commu-
coach,' he says. This, mind you, nists organized "workers con- and makes it mellower... -e \K \C-
Swas when he was younger-this trols" to halt East-West shopping and, most of all, they ? \ o tti T P CtD
'story -gets more painful to write 6=41ontro"EastWest raffi*AORROW ,It
with each ghastly statistic-and at and control East-West traffic, like the elegance of so1. w oO 'O0 t~%o T\o ,,OM MR %(
IS he was engaged in this vocal Police said the automobile, with PALL MALL, with 20% 1o a OSS A' TO
coaching profession. One of his pu- an East Berlin license plate, was moe. LH 0 ,
a wanted to audition for Me- halted at a checkpoint on the bcr- more tobacco than y 1.'.
a' "The Consul.' der of the French sector of the city regular cigarette.
Went along to accompany him and the Soviet sector.
his audition. He had to All three men in the automobile
ak three times. The last were arrested and two of them
hl dowiwere led away inI haUdguifs, po-
S oa'r thde arresid'ould not
I %yes,.alckly, During be determined by West Berlin po-
are se i e h thought It lice stationed on the western aide :
She a good idea if I learned of th border.
te orchestral score, in case the Presumably the men had in4
edaucter got sick. The conductor their automobile goods bought in
$at slek. East Berlin or had East marks I .......... .........
And so Thomas Schippers be- their opssession.
came a conductor. He is happy, The Communists said the bor- I
hted, thrilled-and also very der controls were established to CAPTAIN AS Down Payment ST iLIK
:o. The latter fact is attested to prevent smuggling to the West of'
Syhis many invitations to guest goods and East marks.
ednduct leading symphonies--from Reports of other arrests along I CuRTAlLY WIII OCT ILAV .4 K A, MR 6KlOno
the New York Philharmcnic up the border reached West Berlim .ITs TH& L mMDA "AY WILT,0 ADOMAN
and down. '.polire but they could not be con- CA'Y _YP_ AND 1 _ I TO _" _PRW iPAFT0TItGIWtlAI
"Whenever I conduct an porches firmed. RIM1 7 0TO g& IISTl1 "A PUT UP A OMAIt W, 0 'aM WI TUR
tt's for the first time,' he says, Communist controls on the bor- AS, AN *NIAT C I 0
"the men generally test me. Or der were not as strong today asF OP 0ADO1OFGOOD FNTH..
they used to when I was younger. last week iit West Berlin police i HoLLI'#00"WILL go
With the Philharmonic first, when attributed this to the snow storm TWOWEEKS.
I was 22, for a few minutes they land gale that swept the city to-
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c/. J o. .aA Runaway Jersey Kids Back .Ano 'n-Sbemodoor
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1'D 1.I ,& 134, PAP Home After Flight To Florida ipa& her who lived
an. "n w -- stove. We learned how to do this M e i
SKEY WEST,.Fla., Jan. 17 (UP) hg and was flying back with in Philadelphia the ether day, talk- Sprinkle each piece of chicken and add 1
S"1 4U LL aw p J 1 -* 4..a Ii 42*** -The lt of the three "Jersey son, and Knight, who ar- inwith men learned in season- thoroughly th salt, pepper ad e. B
Sbid Key West farewell to rived Saturday nht and was ings at the 100-year-old establish- paprika. Place a piece ofbutter vcred
S t f J S. .L. P# g-0740 7 2.0741 Av 9W00 Jt 10 #.a. lay, promising to return with notortng back today, indicated ment of John. Wagner & Sons. or margarindE en each and a littleServe on hot
n tor t o ou t h e r s h" parental consent and enough they would not mete out harsh Experts in fine peppers, herbs, butter or margarine 'in bottom of ter gravy poure4 o
,. . .mon ey to tay out of the "bll ptunishmellt. h fspe sdand seasonings from m e...
_-- u. au R ToP=1 []1f,311 f~ II III pen" here. I "It was a silly thing for the faraway lands, these dignified men
l EAR TT and robust Robert C. Dallou, a done anything Ulike this before," with reverence. -
At e serein Friay evela in arg h school foot ball player, said Ballou said. "I guess they just In th F ast em wi
Unlnoe Ch4urch i elnFabeth Le ve n Dough was married to ey had a "fhn* time" despite didn' realize how much worry in the Far East frm which they
HDthe "buIll pen" confinement. And they were causing." imported their spices and teas, is
Mr. ld D. trop.veir parents were not too angry. I r variation cn the traditional broil-
The Rev. Pal W. wander officiated at the double eir parents were not too angry The Grants, who found their ing process. It offers the pungent,
which ideo the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olen 0C sa& a ie for .s. s so Se The boys, with Joyce Zelma daughter sobbing over "the ter- aromatic taste and flavor of
IL heo of Mr., and Mrs. 1. C. Stroops formerly of am mto "*-- Grant, a high school beauty rible thing I have done to you," charcoal grill, with none of the -,
Sih bt ew M o.t, r the otox andi=&W toed queen. ran away from their Likewise indicated they were not hazards cf wind' weather and
r te the r by her Wednesday, February rd,at8:00 by m homes n Highland Park, N. J., going to be too severe smoke. In fact, it s outdoor cook-
Es .to altar by her W neay, February 3rd, at last Monday and traveled'to ey ing that is a lot easier indoors.
ba e B awd r.. b dnarta U p.m. = Wumcet be oacceprta bw WeaWestaIn the Knigtefamilyi rI We're too happy to have her Ino s ot tserb d
4udge, the bWde wore a ballerina-est Cnthe Knight family cr. "We re too happy to have her Into cup of melted butter or -
rdgea, th brde wod re a. P M. paarin. v Go All are 17-year-olds. back unharmed," the father said. margarine, dissolve 2 tablespoons
logsf imdress of white satin taMton- New B atea Clas Medical Association Robert B. Bailou, a Rutgers The boys were kept in the men's of sugar. Coat the broiler well
od wi a white Chantilly lace f au I Frday Meett Tmaarow d at 3t p ofessor, and C.. 'bull pn" because the ailwasand then season with hickory salt
and a q u e enn g ar A n e h a I n e B a t e s D ,e o r a t e M M A s s o c i a t i o n o f t h e e tt r B o f a n w C .ers b te n be ca t w ou l d ke to et wu ge s i lov
eand Aun atn e ollar. A new l bes in at t The UO-W Isthm dica Canal cone l meet at nht, a sales executive of the d being repovated and Joyce at for the first application of heat.
reu dSathenwrred thIngewill begin at the US0W n rIsthigan Canal Zoe will meet at surg ical dressing firm Johnson first was put in the women's Broil slowly, alternating applica.
aown tne Irga -# were Armed Forces Service Center, an GortgasMemorial Lsboratcry 0 & Johnson, arrived today to takebull pen" as her parents' re- tionq of pcqdered ginger and sug-
"&A ?d, for the lonW pointed Thursday, at 7:30 p.m, Panama tomorrow at I pm. their onst kepgon he ren h e tson home.e me s
slv foutrnd in buttons. S Over Th new chairman of the l Panama tomorrow at ine, their sons home. uested when they learned the ared butter or margarine. For final
tal coune sW.. i of dward Cleve, the speaker Joyce, a blue-eyed brunette, kids were safe. minutes of broiling, apply hickory
fte9.ttiP veil of Won tulle Was is Mr. Arthur Mo Kray of CUrun- of the evening, will discuss "Par- bad a Joyous reunion Saturdayi But Juvenile Judge Eva War-
f ci to a Quss Anne cap o du., who i well known on the lath- enchymal Amebiats and There- With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ner Gibson took Joyce to her
SHarold Grant. Grant also is I home. She'so d toye tol heS
hie tarried a Rainbow Bible top- For ,further information and re- Preceding the meeting, a bu r ld Grans Gr ant also s ofessor home. She sd Joyce told her
.nd t which a white orchid cor- tatiod, please call Miss Doro- let dinner preceded by refresh tgers or the youngsters began "just ex-
ldth a shower arrangement y rickman, Balboa 1072. The tmentswill be served by a cater- d well by police since being ploring" during an automobile
,attachel. class limited to-30 persons. er. The meeting and scientific The boys said they were treat- ride and "before we knew it we Girl Never Can Foretell How
te bride was attended by her ,- program will olkow edup on arriving home last were in North Carolina." Marriage Will Work Out
iar, Mrs.. Jean Judge, as mAs iLockridgeElecte -ray night and their only Joyce said they were about to A high school teacher who has
tma of honor. Mrs. an e wore To Fraternity Post Current Events Group worry was about what t h e r return because they had set out followed the lives of her former
or" lacen over taf.eMs, igned Miss Beth Loykridge, daughter MeetEa, MoGay fathers would do to punish them with only $15 between them, but students with concerned interest
I&h a fitted bodice an a boadtant cO Mr. J. W. HallofMargarita,* The Current Events Group of for running away. met a sailor who gave them $25 after they have left her class- Delicate Ladies' ring
mldrtL Oer address was of bam- Balboa, Canal Zone, has recently the Canal Zone College Club will Both boys said they would 'to drive him farther south. rocm asks: set in fine 10K gold.
W.e orobids entwined with silver, been elected president of Zeta meet Wednesday at :30 p.m. at like to return soon and get al She said Ballou and Knight "How can a girl know that the
d she carried a matching gar. Tau Alpha, International social fra- the home of Mrs. Elizabeth W better view of Key West thandecided they would like to get young man she falls n love with
-. 'ternity for women, at the U ier- McNevin, 620 Ancon Boulevard.' bars of the bull pen provided, Jobs on a shrimp boat so they and wants to marry is going to
W. MaR was best man sity of Missouri, Columbia, '\is Miss Katharine I Clark w i 1and with their parents' consent kept going until they reached have the qualities that will make $ 50
r e sar i n Ma- souri. discus the Significance of the and enough money to stay in- KeyWest. They had $1.71 left him a good husband and father? up
son Trevor Bimons served as Miss Lockridge a junior in the recent London and Paris Confer- stead at a hotel. When police picked them up at a "I'm talking about the so-called.
University Schoo of Journalism, eces. Ballou, who arrived this morn- lunch stand. little things. How does she know
For .welcoming guests to a re- graduated in 1952 from Balboa -that he will be the kind cf father
cos at the K Club High School, and attended Canal antic Cmer b ho will take his son hunting with Handsome Man's style
followed the wedding, Mrs.,Dough Zone Junior College, 1952-z5A. Meets TCaighte Chim? mounted in 10Kgold.
VTre a street-length dress of aqua The Atlantic Camera Club will "How does she know if he will go .
S with white accessories. o meetntonight, at 7:20 p.m. A A have an affectionate regard for
The newlyweds arem now on a i Mr. Milton from the Pacific her parents? d
wedding ,ri, to Tabo meg andth e Side will-show some of his ama- How does she know it he will
interior, 'Will make thr home To Htour movies on how to title and be the kind of father who will s
in Margarita after their return on Tedit. Also, he will present a lec- take over the children when she
J3a.. .. tare on "JIow I Became a Bet. needs a few hours of rest?
f .l j .t A scrabble tournament will be- tar PhotoaplI"."Hcw does she know if he will
gin Jan. 27 at o7r30 p.m. at the oQuest are wr."me, take pride in the things she does
n Bert o Jr O. l eto m t t o r y o m. well ahd encourage her to makeTHIS W EEK'S W INNERS
uM i re^ Robert B. !' d J r ArmnedForces 8Ir SIL 'I 4 some kind of life of her own?
S e after a ce Center. Prizes will be award- W i M es Club so d o e h ow he will
Sod to the winner of t tourney. Muba Toneht be stong when she needs his* lIA do RESP
The official scrabble rules will The anuary meeting of the JANe sng thTINAd RE "
be l d tAnucprevail and will be augmented AWilma m s i oiles Navy Wives Club o ih bo A AD I L
r. anda ers. Robe Aleman bya set of house rules as pro- will be held this evening t 7:30 "A girl falls in love with boy '
h ave aauomeed the birth of a vided by the committee. T h e in the Community Hall at the will react to t he problems of ev. AN e N
aghter at S in Fernando gClinic. Webster collegiate dictionary 5th Naval District A R A Y eryday living h olLUIS o MEDAGLJA
oill be the supreme authority Wives of enlisted Naval and JAN 22 The answer Is, of course, that
Sthe tournament which will be marinepersonnel are united. she doesn't. And neither does any- MARIA ERCEDES V. d AROSEMENA
Plasw Gilmlb 3na Tdiieat "thhelsh- PlannwillAedmadettetheooeelse
ear wkly brig played with single players, rath- meeting for program 0o Feb- Th one else. h is o i
'14V-Mg lbe played tonight ,at ern than doubles. ruary events.ALEJANDRALIA
1 Service Ceoter starting In charge of arrangement are Taf week the members at parents to think that a girl is
to TvL ,M asking a "go d" marriage, aim-
thwTi u .l Gue. House Arthur n do P anM Hin A Dia- ed an 0th-n .to Taboa aboard ply because a young man a A d tefo FR
7'P.M. mond, of Panama, -and"A/IC the ACM 12. money or position behind him, It WO.
Ne 'n th iiuwlic/ igime s.eworer l inert Brown of Aacrioitieris also why it is foolish for par- ,
ct ames. or further Information seBalboa 1072ecf activtiin esa i\ J.J eats to, caTry on because they
Sipantl gon 2Vrj ttrathlnk,0atheitph Dorothygoiiday. an.:24atl:30p..rthink their daughter is not making
nOweZ the af good marriage is made u of
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4, m erom erS.lF.r, Carl
Wreas, Richard Swearingen, F. J..
Iari*ad M.. Ba ey. MORE ECONOMY
.show, nnhes aoisel w Panama COLON MOTORS, INC. Colon
rJoiew is u ndei* the *dire-
oiso ie Monroe,1111
F*gVde teacher b Balboa 11g

Mr+ and --rQ. ElsenmaOa and PRE-INVENTORY

Ii.. 0.... STALE

B edroom Sets
DI you I"F $127.00 K.D. $19.95 K.D.
SCALL Me Kitchen Furniture *
MADAM? Children's Bedroom Furniture ALSO GOSSIP-BENCHES $19.95 K.D.
o e*i 0 Garden Furniture
.wt-a. Office Furniture $69.75 K.D..
a narnell .

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A"'fi. A and 1 ORILLAC

FOR SALE:-Two bamboo arm-
chairs, bamboo hassock. 718-C
Prodo, Balboo. Phone 2-1473 all
day Sunday, 4-6 p.m. week days.

Chevrolet, Oldsmebile, u i c k
customers. Absolutely ne pre-
vious experience required. See
Jaecl Weir. SMOOT & PAREDIS.

FOR SALE:- Triumph 500 c.c.
Tiger B.S.A. 125, $150 & $100
or make offer. Phone 2-1451,
506.6-A Diablo.

Panama Line


or. fIme ouRIs I United States Representative
I- r ,ni 6 0I and Mrs. Sid Simpson, of 111-
ari AvMenut Tel. .s1s nols, are among the 75 passen-
if oneck from Lui The-tre' gers who will arrive Wednesday
Mon the Panama liner Ancon from
BNew York. They are scheduled
D E N T I S T to return on the same vessel for
D 44th of JulyI Ave No. New York Saturday.
-g(ext to Branff ofic Ie Also arriving on the Ancon are
I. C. E FABREGA. D D.8 Mrs. F. M. Kinzel, sister of Mrs.
felloww inqiructor- Geo'ge- a friend of Congressman an d
am Univ.. Wshmipon. D C Simpson, and Mrs. A. R. Gregory,
. District Dentist Pedro MtlPue Mrs. Simpson.
and Gambna. C Z I In addition to the 75 passen-
(diz eInure: ,POfDrid oil I ger fo; Cristobal WoQ sailed last
AIDBA rfiF (new technique Thursday on the Ancon, there
for dental fillings). were 41 passengers who embark-
services In X-ray, Surgery led for Port-au-Prince.
pismnaand Children Denutistry. The complete list of passen-
on: PanamA (28) 2-011 gers for Cristobal follows:
a 2 nona n p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Bag-
I p.m. daily. gott; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bern-
k*a=S Refi i* 'stein; Mr. and Mrs, George M.
Blaesi; Edward C. Blount; Mr.
and Mrs. Rmbert N. Bopp; Mlss
Syo y Hariet Caspersn; Mr. and Mr&
H. B. Craft; 'Mr. Sylvio' e Mwo;
EFPLEX see the Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Ding-
greve; and Rev. John Engstrom.
wiS Reflex, Camera dMr. and Mrs. Clifford c. Gil-
lock; Mr. and Mrs. Ell Goldstein;
You'll buy Mrs. A. Gregory; Mr. and Mrs.
C.H.H. Haman and son; Rev.
Thomas E. Hayes; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward J. Henriques Mr. and
SMrs. George F. Holdren; Mrs.
Nellie Hyde; Rev. Joseph Illig;
RR Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. John-
stone and 2 children; Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Katz; Rev. Walter
Keenan; Dr. Clement Kernan;
Rev. Bernard Kerrigan; Mrs. F.
SeM. Kinzel; and Mr. and Mrs.
RRAS Plaza 5 de Mayo Daniel W. K ops.
a Medard Lange; Mr. and Mrs.
_ Henry C. Lernie; Mr. and Mrs.
SGeorge M. Lowe; Mr. and Mrs.
R E' 0 R D Robert MacCallum; John W. Man
Slush, Jr.; Mrs. Lester Moskowitz;
k -Livnston Lndo lGerald L. Neal; Rev. John O-
"s it -nRAn i Donnell; Mr. and Mrs. John I.
tmater RCA Capitol Olson; Bernard F. Pohren; and
,OPICAL ELECTRONICS Dr. andMrs. Samrm el Perlmutter.
Lt St. No. 3 Tel. 3-1285 Harry C. Ragsdale; Rev'. Ed-
_____ ________ ward Reardon; Harry M. Savage;
Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore H.
Schmidt; Mrs. Aaron Shapiro;
lter Winchell Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Sherman:
iter nc il BHon. and Mrs. Bid Simpson;
Continued from Page 2) Miss Arline Vandergrift; Mra.
Etelvina E. Van't Veld; and Mr.
nsidered one of the foremost and Mrs. Jack West.
ine living authorities on ____
' (iee viz, zum peeble b-
varyting dey hear, cheek vil- 'A
Downs I ears the latest UNITD Tal or AMerUCA
td hit in Japan is "The Fu- United Stae inituict Cet rr The
' Game' Patti Pae' Patti Page's Ditct f The Cal Zne
newie, "You Too Can Be a id Divslon of alboe.
you bypuTrimberger, Plaintiff, vs. Zr-
ier," is wrapped around a !,e ertberaer. Dendc t. summons
SMitchell Parrish lyric ... case No. 4072. Civ Docket 20, Action
i recorded musical bicg costs Itor divorce.
SA trio of musigals have To the abova-named defendant:
SYou are hereby rqulred to appear
me top bonanzas with little and answer the complaint filed in the
from critics: "Can.Can," ,above-entitled action within ninety days
met" and -Fanny ... Jamesaftte the first publcation.
ne a Fan .. .Jm In c aeo ft your ailure to so appear
w Is shrewdly investing m and anwer, judgment will be taken a-
estate. It offers a better pay- against you by default for the reUef 4d-
1an scrapbooks ... "Sex ap- lriande 'it th eomplalnt.
is not lust phvsical endow WITN.SS the Honorable Guthrie F.
S ntrt pow e, Judge. United States Distriet
, stated Terry Moore, le court for the Ditrict of the Canal Zone,
I a deep breath ... Why all this izth diky of January M105.
mas about Gloria VadCrbilt c. T.- McCerCit, Jr.
aviki? She's just another gal l(,gl) Cler
g a transfer from a conduc- "y sam ide I Pua.
Chief Dqntr Clerk.
T__________ Er neast Trimberger.
The foreoisn summons is served upo
.-u Ua- Tyou by publ-ilUonw.ouuat to tha order
y Man Tri s Judge. UnII State Ditrlet Court for
.. the D4trict of the Canal Zone. dated
i s hJan. IL. IS. and entered and fled in
*Ib li 1110 JIR this action In the office at Clerk
*- of mid Unita d stm Dates-D itui t for
the Divlsionat Vls cc, Jina 11, IS.
W YORK, Jan. 17 (UPi C. T. MeCwim k, Jr.
Sat Brooklyn's Rarmond CL.rk. . -..

Jdi thought they %ad an
..MeNpt on theit 'hands
k h.ud a man standing
Ji O N wall early today.
wasam 'ip g "If I had
F .-gao PAWio., .

Agenda Internal. de Puablieacloes
45 Cenral Ave.
Parque Lefevre 7 bueet
160 Central AVe.

449 Cent-al Ave.
50 Strom No.,
S J. Yco. de Ia OMe Ave. No. 41

Via fsefpaia No. 34

Automobiles Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile FOR SALE:-Limited quantity 9
Tudor Sedan, new Sandpiper Tan cubic ft. Firestone, slightly used
finish, excellent rubber, new seat refrigerators. For quick sale. Bar-
cover. Full price $625. Colpan gain price. On display at FIRE-
Motors, Inc., Tels. 2-1033, 2- STONE, Automobile Row.
1035, 2-1036. FOR SALE:-Notice: Planning a
FOR SALE:-1952 Ford Coun- Stateside vacation this Summer?
try Sedan (Station Wagon) with You will find reasonable family
radio, in good condition. House rotes at The L y n w ood, York
71 8-C Prodo, Bilboa. Phone 2- Beach, Maine. Kitchen privileges
1473 all day Sunday, 4-6 p.m. available. Lovely beach and also
week days. amusement p a r k for children.
we-k-d _- Further information: Cristobal
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick Super 1564.
Fordor Sedan, shiny black paint,
standard transmission, clean in- FOR SALE:-Large size outdoor
terror. Full price $550. Colpon playpen with hinged top $12.50;
Motors, Inc., Tels. 2-1033, 2- electric rooster $10.50; '48 Buick
1035, 2-1036. Super 4-door, fully equipped, new
-- paint and interior. Consider trade
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Tudor for older car or foreign cor. Tel.
V8, new point, new tires and new 86-2200 Albrook.
seat covers. Completely recondi-
tioned mechanically. Full rice FOR SALE:-Doberman Pinscher,
$675. Colpon Motors. Inc., Tels. extremely intelligent. Leaving for
2-1033, 2-1035, 2-1036. States. Navy 2238. Call after
_4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1949 Olds-88, 53,- --
000 miles, all the extras.i$600
cash. Phone Rodman 3544. Wanted to Buy
FOR SALE:- 1951 Buick Con- WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
vertible Coupe, light blue finish, tires, suitable for reconstruction.
light blue leather upholstery, new R E C 0 NSTRUCTORA NACIO-
block top and new w/s/w tires. NAL, S.A., No. 47 Peru Avenue.
Radio and automatic transmis- Phone 2-0406.
sion. Full price $990. Colpon
Motors, Inc.. Tels. 2-1033. 2-
1035, 2-1036.Russians an Hire
FOR SALE:-1953 Dodge Fordor
Sedan. A late model car in ex- Americ n ea
ce'!tent condition for only $1300 II cans To
full price. USTravel (0nfr01s
FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury For-
dor Sedan. Dark green finish, ra-
dio. new tires and excellent me- WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (UP)
chanical condition. Full price The Soviet Union gets partly a-
$750. Colpan Motors, Inc., Tels. round the recently-imposed tight-
-03. 2-1035, 2-1036. er control on Russian travel in
FOR SALE:- 1946 Ford Coupe the United States by employing A-
$215; Westinghouse dryer, 25- mericans, officials said today.
cycle; Hoover sweeper, universal. The Americans include eight
Hogse 117-B Gotun. correspondents here and in New
Hose11- B -York employed by Tass, the offi-
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Sunliner cial Russian news agency. A small
Convertible Coupe. Truly a dry number also work for Tass in non.
season special. Glacier blue fin- editorial capacities.
ish, blue I e a t h aer upholstery,
w/s/w, radio. Full price $1595. The United States clamped the
Colpan Motors, Inc., Tels, 2- new travel controls onz Ruussias
1033, 2-1035, 2-1036.. Ja.. 3 in a tit-for- at .nasui a-

FOR SALE:-1952 Dodge Coro-
net hard top Coupe. Two-tone
gray. The popular sport type
model. Full price $1100. Colpan
Motors, Inc., Tels. 2-1033, 2-
1035, 2-, 036.
FOR SALE:-1951 De Soto Cus-
tom Club Coupe. Radio, heater,
automatic transmission, turn sig-
nals, seat covers, excellent con-
dition, $1200. Albrook 4185.
FOR SALE:-1954 Mercury For-
dor Sedan. One thousand six
hundred miles. Beautiful 2-tone
blue finish with all the accom-
ponying extras. Full price $2200.
Colpan Motors, Inc., Tels. 2-
1033, 2-1035, 2-1036.
FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac hard
top Catalina. Eight-cylinder e-
quipped with automatic transmis-
sion, radio, outside sun visor and
glistening black finish. Full price
1150. Colpan Motors, Inc:.,
Tels. 2-1033, 2-1035, 2-1036.
FOR SALE:-1954 Mercury Se-
dan. Radio, leather upholstery,
6000 miles. Phone 3273 Rod-
man, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Fordor Sedan. This car Is com-
pletely equipped and in perfect
mechanical condition. Full price

Mist similar ,ticftf Wlueh
nave long hindereN American trav-
el in the Soviet Union.
The State Department said the
move was taken on a basis of "re
ciprocity and security."
The order closed about 27 per-
cent of the United. States to per-
sons holding Soviet passports. he
barred areas include 95 counties
in 40 states and 16 cities in other-
wise open areas.
However, officials said the order
has no effect on the Americans
working for Tass.
IfH the Soviet Union wants to
learn something about an area
closed to Russian travellers, Tass
eah send one of the Americans to
the area to make a firsthand re.
port. -

State Department officials, who
worked out the order with other
interested Federal agencies, said
they were aware of this loophole
when drafting the controls. But
they insisted the order still has
some "security benefits" although
it it not a "full security device."
Authorities claimed that by bar-
ring travel of Russians to many
areas the effectiveness of any re-
search might be slowed. They con-
ceded that the Soviets could hire
more Americans but said U.S.
citizens might be reluctant to take

past Santa Clara. Low rates.-.
Phone Balboa 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottages--rockgas, refrigeration.
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
Phillips. Oceanside co t t ge s,..
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages, Modern conveniences,
moderate rates, Phone Gamboa

FOR RENT:-Small chalet: living
room, dining room, kitchen, bed-
room. Suitable for one or two
persons. Inquire 50th Street No.
6, downstairs.
FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished 3-bedroom house, swim-
ming pool. Golf Heights. Avail-
able for 3 months. Phone 3-
FOR RENT:-Furnished house, 3
bedrooms, for 3 months, begin-
ning February. 48th Street No.
15. Phone 3-3443.

FOR RENT:-Nice one-bedroom
apartments on Mexico and Ecua-
dor Avenues. Price $55. Champ-
sour, 6th Street No. 10. Phone
ATTENTION G.1.! Just b uilt t
modem 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: Furnished apart-
ment, hot water, Tivoli Avenue.
2-01 0. Ask for Pearley.
FOR RENT:.- Furnished apart-
-ment, nmodrote rent, North A-
.4ilcp4nsrIphbee, regular trans-
pdtqtlon. Comfortable for two
trt families. Phone 3-0471.
FV'NT:,-,Eumlished 1-bed-
ro portment. opposite ocean,
rico B.yd No. I. Telephone
3-1S16. __ r __
FpR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment, living room, dining room,
2.bedrooms, gas stove, refrigera-
tor. 43rd Street No. 64.


FOR RENT:-2,000 sq. mts. lot
with various sheds, on Calle Mar-
tin Sosa. Phone 2-0610.


FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-
nished room, double couch, re-
frigerator, kitchen cabinet, stove,
bath and private entrance. 52nd
Street No. 3. Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT:-Furnished I a r e
bedroom, private entrance, pri-
vate b a t h, electric Frigidaire,
Belle Vista, $50. Phone 3-1648.

$800. Colpon Motors, Inc.,ITels. ---In- os -----.-
21033, 2-1035, 21036. such jobs. i
2.1033, 2.1035, 2-1036. Furthermore, officials said, if 1Sale Educai1 *o
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobile the United States found any open
Super "88" Tudor, 2-tone green. attempt to circumvent the order parje T re d
Equipped with many extras. Full the State Department could bring ysTo Precede
price $1450. Colpon Motors, he matter up with the Soviet em-
Inc., Tels. 2.1033, 2-1035, 2- bassy and presumably, take ac-House Tal
9036. tion against such an attempt. aWhIt use Talks
FORSALE:- 1949 Ford 4-door The United States hires some WASHINGTON, Jan 17 (UP)
Russians for work on unclassified Nearly all states and territories
V8. All extros plus white side- matters in the American embassy have taken some step rritowards
walls and overdrive, $450. 82- at Moscow. have taken some step towards
3114 days, 2-4425 evenings. These Soviet citizens are not preparing for a White House con-
FORSALE -92MrriCo- .subject to travel restrictions on ference on education next fall, it
FOR SALE:-1952 Morris Con- subjct o t ave was announced today.
vertible. 35 miles to the gallon. Americans but are fted by ma- The conference will disc u s s
An ideal second car for any fam- ny other controls which Russia ys to meet the shortage of
ily. Full price $500. Colpan Mo- maintains on all its citizens. school buildings and teacher and
tars, Inc., Tsls. 2-1033, 2-1035, Among other things, these Rum- school buildings and teachers and
trs, Inc., Tels. 2-1033, 2-1035 have to be careful not to run other problems facing the nation's
2-1036.'_____^ afoul of the Soviet state security school. President Eisenhower a
FOB aALul ot S Hillman For- act. year ago called for the session
OR SA We1951 Hillman For- act. andfor state education conferences
Idr Sedan. We can't ,mymore. ttrun-to precede it.
Full price $350. Colpan Motors, Six states have held conferences
Inc., Tels. 2-1033. 2-1035, 2- runei so far, a committee planning the
1036.___ national session reported. They
are: Connecticut, Washingt on,
Davi a W Vonn Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa and
The committee said 37 others
f s Tomorrow A 4 have named chairman to head
their meetings, and a few more
After lying In a state of coma. have held conference planning ses-
following a paralytic stroke, sions.
David W. Dunn. 68, died yester- There are only four states and
day afternoon at 3.20 territories in which no official a'c.
Known as "Dave the Barber." tion has been reported, the corn-
Dunn was one of the oldtimers mittee, said. They are Georgia,
here. He migrated from Jamaica Utah. Puerto Rico and the Virgin
during construction days. and Islands.
worked on the building of the Reports from the state meetinPgs
-. XPanama Canal. Later he held a will furnish the basis for discus-
concession as barber at Fort sion at the White House confer-
Is Clayton and Corozal. ence next Nov. U to Dec. 1. The
51 y He was also well known I national conference will prepare a
sports circles and was regarded report for the President.
Sw as an authorityOnboxing. A spokesman for the -member
as an a urit byj kone boi,,gk planning committee said the re-
sh e s surveived by one daught- ports, both state and national, are
The a acts of otherser here. Minl, another daught- etcjpected to include recommernl-
n f y ways In orin Jamaica, a son Huntley. atons to meet the most press g
whichY eon e on"teg~t-:Colon, two grandsons, two gia educational problems.
ful. W n th hppo n i t.- s ters, nephew, and many other Congress last year .tmrto l
nes becn me a Mat Ot g. with relatives. 1O10000 for the meetings. 01 a,
wae thoughWl tii pbM g an- Services will be held for the 70,000 has been allotted to d
Other, deceased at 4 p.m. tomorrow at states to help meet e
u.m*b .I Paal1's aChurch. He will be their confereabes. Thdt
lan do P" 911a. some- a=4 terrtoIes. have
bs 17s.

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ROME, Jan. 17 (UP)-The Je
suit magazine Civilta Cattolica
said yesterday that Argent i n
President Juan Pernn's. campaign
against certain priests of the Roe
man Catholic church Is paying the
way for communism.
The magazine said -Masonic
and Marxist elements," especlaliy
in the Argentine G eral Con tder.
action of Labor, wete largely re
sponsible for the anti-clealca m-
"Without realizing It, they are
preparing the most favora b I
ground for the development of
communism," Civilta Cattol'i e
said in a 17-page articld.
The article was lAgd by Je.
suit Father G. Caprle, and ex.
pert on South American affairs
and author of a recent series a
Protestantism in CkmnblUa
Father Caprile said news from
Argentina in the last three months
bad caused "painful urpria" hi
Roman Catholic circles.
"If an avowedly atheistic e
gime had made similar charges
and introduced similar restrictions,
no one would have been surprise.
ed" he said.
'But things are different for a
nation and a government compos.
en mainly by Catholics, and whose
cih f had never concealed his ca-
tholicism or spared reassuring ac-
tions and words... Little more than
one year ago, he said he consider-
ed himself 'a Catholic and servant
of the doctrine of Christ.' "
Father Caprile said that "pend.
ing proof to the contrary" he pre.
ferred to-hope that the present at-
titude of the Argentine govern.
ment. "while deporable, is tem.
porary and passing" and the
resident Peron is "the victim of
men and things rather than. the
After quoting the Milan Catho.
lic newspaper "Italia" as saying
that it seems to be "the sorrow-
ful fate of dictatorships to .., be-
come jealous of the church's in-
fluence on souls," Father Caprile
"On the other hand, one gains
the impression that around the
president, and even very close tc
him, there are at work influences
of an anti-clerical, Masonic and
even Marxist nature. The latter
ideology has in some way infiltrat-
ed the General Confederation ol
"Taking advantage of favorable
circumstances, these forces can
easily carry forward their plans
of de-christianization.
"There are some who even sus-.
pact that these sadden policy
upheavals cosceal an attempt to
divert the people's attet o n
from economic eonditles which
in reality seem to be les preoa
periods ta would like to make
balevo." .. *,
fTe road on which Argntina
is pushed or allows Itol U
be pushed .by others, is eertalnly
dangerous rather Caprile warn
"Such attitudes do not eontri
bute tor the preatge, either domes
tic or International, of the nation
or of those who want to represent
its ideals and aspirations.
"Determined anti-Communist
purposes have been reiterated pub
licly, and we think they are sin
cere, also because coexistence of
two totalitarianisms is impossible
"President Peron, however, can
not ignore the Marxist trends ii
the Confederation of Labor which
stands at his side, and which un
doubtedly play a large role, to
gethr with other forces, inspire
ing the tone and action of the anti
church campai4gn.It is a tone we
are familiar with from the mod
em Communist press and oldei
anti-clerical and Masonic papers
"Without reeasliag It, they are
eparing the meet faverable

are s leeparb but prepariag
and awaiting Pb. peer me-
ant for aews.," 0 article
"No more tragic tactical error
could he committed.
"Let us hope that wisdom wil
prevail and that a serene Judge
ment will show what are the on
*ly really dangerous infiltrations
which tend to undermine exiltii
order by weakening the only force
(Catholicism) which has proved
capable o resting them, even
with the ariee uIT.

Christian Mission
Services Starting.
In Ch0orrillo Today
Special sereTces of the Chris.
tian Miselon of PamA Inc. wil
begin at Chsrrillo Church Sta
tion tonight at 7:30, aMd 1
continue o and Wedns
hLa Doef Churmh Station wil
Jan. a6.uipdwY Jan. M4 at
Tuesday, Jan. 29. At Pnansmi
Church 8tatlin. special sorti&s
will be held Wedneaday, Jan. 2
Thursday, a. 7F', and Monday
Jan. $1, .
The rt' wl be f different
speaker each nlht and geesl
spkrs wi l betol ted. Every
one is invited to attend an(

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Livestock breeders of Panama I addition to numerous eom-
SCity and the Interior were per- mercial exhibits the Ban Ato-
sonally Invited by Texas cattle uto show will feAtur one ot
breeders representing the 8an southwest's most utaO in
Antonio Livestock Exposition to farm.ranch machinery ho ,
f attend the Feb. 18-27 livestock and a huge military exhibit. The
how i seventh annual, rabbit show will
Extending the invitations were also be'heIld during the exposl-
Shere in Panama Roy Martin and tion. r Lxpo-"
. Cyrus Yoakam, of San Antonio, The Braniff Airways office in
and Jeff Christian, of Knvie, City has P nrther ifhor-
who are making a 17-day, 5,000- mation about this event and is
mile air tour of Mexico, Guate- read to take care of advance
mala, Panama, Colombia, Ven- hote reservatiqps and other ar.
zuelaandCuba on behalf rangements for visitors from this
the exposition. While in Pnkma, country to the a n Antonio
the visiting cattlemen and rep- Livestock position.
resentatives of Braniff Airways,
id special visits officials of
elation. C UrI S '
The Texas breeders and stock- *
men also distributed informa- sD iiM
tiona folders on the shOw hand Lw o risJ d p
.ht htrseusd loeal breed fo.ei (

-The Senate U Deimmee tlId.
" rtiewn r-mitt" of the a- aWWV tau SOW-
t1o015 C eriip Ista e ai n da to
S an Antonio. livestok xpOl- dae re whether O ro- a
tlon officials are expecting"the bipartisan oi "n.
largest show in Its history," ac- the adlnlstration's,
-cording to the Texas viators. d i a'Ia
Tey reported entries by the 8. r ogram, it ws
flrst of the year haod already ar t
reached 4AO head, and officials e lodersa t
committed to support the
ar anptiting the total, x- oevto se rlot tpr
Sr nfra wll r 4.K **d1'r hwevar, and aire not try-
eluding horses, will reach W0 t discourage another iae
This te ihs t la b num er tof Uaton, already promised by the
. is ete o Senate Civil Service committee.
entries received n the history f I the .commission approach
the shw. should be undertaken, one aim
Xe iUS aso t fastest U wing would be to take the eaurity
t livestock show In the U. at invest gatoln, at least in
Antonio I ofin record pre-out of the realm of politic. The
r miums of $90,000. Of tis, $,-ommsson would be asked to
S000 is in livestock and ors recommend Improvements inthe
premiums, an increase of *10,- ecurty gram f o, govern-
000 over the 194 show. Ment empFloyes
Along with prine awards and Thwe prV al for in ndepend-
record-breaki entries, the 195 atnvS on i es
show is featurt popular west of a Hoover Commsson, ais.
ern movie t ex Alen, who advanced by Sen. Hubert H.
e wll? appear durig eIch per-Humphrey (D-Mhnn.), largelyas
formance of the EverettColbornan outgrowth of the admln-
World's Championship Rodeo. istration' handling of the Wolf
The Breeding Cattle .howat Ladejinakyv utit ean.
. San Antonio will aan have
departments for Hereford, Pol- Humphrey orilnally had In-
led Herefords, Aberdeen-Angu. tmded to introduce last wVee
Shorthorns, mnu saa legislation establisdhg such. S
SGertrudis and the dual rah- bipartisan com o He held
I man shorw featuring o, partly at te reust of -.
Sand PA entries at Democratic Leader Lynd
Entries in the Ba ntonio B. Johnson (Tex.).
Exposition's horse show will be Now Humphrey plans to In-
competing thIsl year for a total troduce his resolution this wek.
of 190 prem plus tro- It has been broadened to include
phIe In some classes, entry fees not only the federal employee so-
wiltb added tonprems curity program but also the
Competition wlibe divided in- problem of how security proee-
to quarter hore, cutting horse dures are working in defenaW
and palomino divisions. plaints. _
Approval of the American Iver sinee theywvon entraltOf
QuarterHorse Association has Congreas, Democrats hav beet- t
ibeen given the Quarter Horse eager for a congressionalnve:
compettIon, which Will be hold tigatlon of the security program'
Feb. 18i to 22, with entries eorn- by the Senate Civil Serilce'Coz.
l peting in halter and perform- mittee. ..
ano eclasae .Even If the commission were
j One of the mt popular tea- Set up, the Senate com toen
Sure of the Bab AAtonfo Show, vestigation now sehedtied b
the 4-H and Grass Judging Con- Chairman Olin D. Johston (D-'
Stest, will be held Feb. 19, at 8:38 SC) would proceed. 3 woSld
a.mIn the arena. have the pmry job -of tbigh-
*, ,- BIn -thgehatweg tm theg program.
.tiwlleo.m l omamlng up
a 'stomach obstruction.' with positive recomsendao
I Besides the wpnmta, who re- f imorovI it.
side In PedroMlel the baby Pr ntiaho in di
is survived by two as 1 c usng the LadejUM* case t
and 11, twin brothers, ewed 6 eonene set week,
and grandparents sihe Mrs nosS )nettW U00
f- OfA RIOhe
Goerfrt is employed by Tecon for any speBal oamasl5
std i s > 1 A



Secretary Dulles Going to Bat

For 'Moderate' Foreign Aid

WASHINGTON, Jan. (UP) Weeks and Hum arey a e.
Secretary of State John. Fster tam tto be asked. in dew
Dlles goes before Congress today somd business and labor
to open the administration drive that new tariff cuf wjI nda-
for a moderatet, gradual and re. age U. S. industry Mrio r aid
proal foreign trade program endanger Jobs of workers
to strengthen the free world a- tain felds.
against communism. *
Dulles was the first witness call- The top Republican on the 4 .
d by the House Ways' & Means mittee, former chairman Dirnd
Comml t e as it opened hearings A. Reed (R-N.Y.) carved
on dent Eisenhower's r- advance he a fight the r -
uest for a tfree-year extension of gram just as stroll as be-
he Re dproal Trade Act with new i previous years. tMer
tarf-cutting powers. He w Ill sonal leaders said they
stress the world-wide good will some kind of program will e ap.
aspects of the program. proved,
The President asked for three.
Dunes will be followed in the year renewal of the lw last ya
witness chair by Agriculture Sec- but settled for a one-year exteu
retary Ezra T. Benson and For- Aion in the face of stiff Repubblas
sign Aid Chief Hrold E. Stassen. opposition. Most Democrats sup
Benson probably will .be question- port the trade program..
ed closely on the trade program's
effect on American farmers. House Democratic Leader Job
The parade of high administra. W. McCormack (D-Mass.) and
tion officials will continue tomor- Rep. Charles A. Halleck (R-Ind.),
row with testimony by Commerce former House GOP leader, predict.
Secretary Sinclair Weeks, Defense ed the President's request will be
Secretary Charles E. Wilson, Tres- approved this year.- But McCor.
sury Secretary George M. Hum- mack said it may depend on "'how
rey and Labor Secretary James hard the President ightifor his
P. Mitchell. program."

Panama's Livestock Breeders

Invited To Texas Exposition

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IUi~-OhiA-_T.- awum n. tim 9~W ftAI &M3I -r AN IPDPN3' DAILY~ N-r-W5PAPURIII


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e.ss -.ss
with OUde Beaty

, with W. Rogers Jr.


"Frente Al Peeado
de Ayer"
with Sarita, Montiel
Joaquip Cordero

SPECIAL: Warner Brothers news-
reel with the funeral of the late
President of the Republic of Pana-
mA, Coasnel Jse Antonio Rem6n C.


-I Su .


Of The Year At 9:00 p.m.

Theatre 1

o.0 0.30


with Majorie IMAIN

- Chill WILLS


Dennis O'Keefe Margaret Sheridan

II - . I I I l

0e.s- a.1s I

Two French


With ob Min
Arl*en Dab)

by Ermidn JoeMS.on
0 -

By ERSKINE JOHNSON ping sardines-live ones-between
NBA Sta Correspondent slices of bread. He was having
trouble, though, getting mustard
SILVER SPRINGS, Fla.-(NEA) on their tails.
--"Its: a brd!" "Its a fis! I THERE WAS ONLY one movie,
No, its Johnson! of course. Only double bills down
Ive been 17,000 jeet above wa- here are on deformed swordfish.
ter and 1 feet: underwater in two Actually, it seemed,just like Holly-
days and I say phooey on Jules wood-all the trained seals were
Verne and his mad genius Captain applauding. ,
Nezme. I asked for the usual "Two on
the aisle, please but all the isle
lI take Howard Hughes and his seat% were taken.
money. Underwater, on land or in Theres no dcubt that "Under-
the air. By night or by day. Sip- water, a story about buried treas-
ping his champagne while flying ure in a sunken ship off the Cuban
over the Gulf of Mexico, or sipping coast, will be voted a four-star,
his oxygen in an aqua-lung on the (fsih) picture. The films under-
floor of a fantasioally clear natu- water scenes are the best Ive ever
ral pool at worldfamous Silvet seen.
Springs it breaks the monotony of There was only one fellow I felt
moviegoing. sorry for.
He was wearing a USC football
"Underaer' underwaterr! uniform and the aqua-lungs hded
Sure, it was underwritten as a out to all players during hatime
publicity stunt, at the rainy New Years Day game
But .nw them Waterscope--10 in Pasadena. The guy must have
minutes of the underwater scenes been tackled pretty hard because
were ,projected underwater here he was floating around like a lost
--and even if you do get the bends, soul (no pun intended) asking
you d&nt have to listen to popcorn everyone:
munclers. "How do you get out of this E
Rose Bowl, anyway? d
There was no popcorn in How. Wined, dined and waterlogged- n
ard Hughes private dive-in-theater. that's me.
Getting rid of some loose change Ycull have to excuse me now.
-50,000 an KO press agent said. I simply cant
-Hughes brought Jan RusseBll, the Gotta a i t
star lhwroor and New York press ter squirting out of my eyes. John- s
Flori6a in four.-TWA Constella.i me Ray wouldn't like t. 1

Wnt::n for NEA Service

The bidding of today's hand was
a bit violent, but this must be ex.
>ected when a player holds a nine.
card suit. As a matter of fact,
East was quite restrained when he
decided to let the vulnerable oppo
nents play the hand at five dia-
However, ihe had already shown
he nature of his hand, and it was
ip to West to decide whether to
sacrifice or try to defeat five dia-

eof us'-th l me ,,,un -wa-- Angela Lansbury, who won an It was no cinch to beat five dia.
There was a dry r. of tthe pi.- scar nomination in one of her monds. Just put yourself in the
ture in the afternoon in a theater films, "Gaslight, wishes she West seat and see- if you would
atnearby Ocala, but in the evening hadn't. Says it almost wrecked her come to the right conclusion if you
ugihe and his KO publicit boys career bringing fame too early... couldn't see all of the cards.
out-Vfrned Jules and his Captain Dale Robertsons only acting stint When the hand was actually
Nemo. before Hollywood fane .was in the played, Lester Glucksman, well.
Oklahoma Military College oduc- known New York expert, opened
Frot a project set-up in a'ticn f "Littl Nelly Wildwood." the king of hearts from the West
fot n r ssolic c-a14Yto11A.erW h-nz Sout won with the ace oo
su mae 0)1inHe h pa ce Aae' ki S
ter ere showS- 'Neathc14ffeC dpe6 in a doyr and then gaveu alia iond trick-
i i ustio c screen ,ncS i od to West.
Se tar in the htarl par h -- F The average playerwould know
SilverSp pool. Photographer Hymie Fink: that it was dangerous to lead away
SP "I've seen so many westerns on from either black king since South
The fal emiereha py fans TV, I'm afraid to sit down any surely had both the ace of clubs,
were' there and I -was alt ean more unless Im facing a doort and the queen of spades for his
berrte*emo&-b o u t hegcking' my Bloperng bid. Hence the average
eloth adofy at. Wearing Bob Hoes definition of the1101- player would lead another heart
bathing trunks, an aqua-lunweigh- ywodreeway in hisutobiog- andSouth would make his con-
l thg rounds, an au l snwim raphy, "Have Tux, Will Travel,"' tract.
fins, ear plugs andsa waterproof a nl
wrist watch sorry to say born and your top. Neither one does Against a heart return, South
didn't stay long at Mr. HIughes any good. would ruff, take the ace of clubs,
dive-in. and lead a club towards dummy's
First Woman queen. The clubs would then be
Luckily, four Boy Scouts grabbed established, with the ace of spades
me as I was going down for the T l l as a re-entry. South would easily
last time. T o ly S010 get all the spade discards that he
Until then, it was fun, though. needed to make his contract.
Sitting next to me was a halibut Dies In London- neede omn ak i cnt ra t.
on the staff of "Skin Diving llus-man realized that South
o wn a made any attempt to rufi a heart
H] hes to refill underwater pens. Jane Herveux, the first woman in dummy. ,The clubs were an o.
The octpe s belonged in the bal- ever to make a solo flight In an bious menace, and the only way to
cony wi the rest of the lovers, Airplane, died n a hospital here prevent the suit from coming in
thouK Before the movie was over today. was to lead the king of spades.
be is arms aod every he is survived by her husband This remarkable lead deeated
b v Philip Catalano, an -American the-contract. South couldn't refuse
Instead of buttering popcorn, the citizen residing in London and the trick, for he would surely have
managerof the dive-in was slap who escaped with her from Paris to lose a club trick later on. But

--Two m en escape inju in a
highWay accident TAt wound up
in the hospital anyway. Police said
Frank Bavaro and Warren W.
Hills were hurt in a fight over re-
sponsibility fr the collision.

it World War U to join the Free
French under Gen. Charles de
Capt. Herveux, as she was
known, got her first flying les-
sons as a French schoolgirl from
the French aviation pioneer
Georges Bleriot,/the first man to
fly the English Channel. She
soloed in 1909-the first woman
ever to fly a plane alone.


DIhALO HT8. 8:15 :3U
A* Ava GWZ
Jome MASoNr
(RBL t)


when he won the trick with dum-
my's ace of spades there was no
longer an entry to the long clubs.
West was still sure to make .a
spade trick, with the jack, and a
club trick with the king-enough to
defeat the game contract.



"Your pipes were getting a bit tacky looking--so I
varnished them!" ..

wryIo4y i Caos^el

Three Changes Take -p

In 33rd Infantry Regiment "
-0o -

Three assignment changes in
the 33d Infantry Regiment were
anonunced last week at Fort
Lt. Col. Donald D. Dickson has
been assigned asregimental exe-
cutive officer, 33rd Infantry Reg-
iment. Lt. Col. Dickson replaces
Lt. Col. Morris J. Naudts, whto
has assumed command of t he
Provisional Battalion and will be
the Deputy Post Commander of
Kort Kobbe.
Maj. James E. Stacy succeeds
Lt. Col. Dickson as 1st Bn Com-
mander in the change, which
was announced on the 7th bf
Col. Dickson is from Barring-
ton, Ill. Hls'military career dates
back to 1938 when he served
with the 14th Cavalry Regiment.
Subsequently he was Post Ad-
jutant at Fort Omaha, Neb. and
S-3 Officer for the 9th Cavalry
Regiment at Fort Riley, Kansas.

Prior to Elder Richards' ap- Naudts Is a combat veteran of,
pointment as a member of the both the Second World War and
quorum of the Twelve Apostles the Korean Conflict. He served
he was the presiding Bishop of with 129th Infantry Regiment,
the church, a position he has 37th Div. during WW2. In Ko-
had occupied since 1938. rea he was with the 19th Inf.
The following "conference Regt., 24th Division.
schedules" has been planned with Claiming Waykegan, Ill., as
the Elder presiding. his home town, Lt. Col. Naudts,
his wife Margaret, and their 2'
General Conference, Pacific, daughters, Morine and Merel-
tomorrow, Corozal Chapel, at death, currently reside at Fort
7:30 pn.m. Atlantic, Thursday, Kobbe.
Fort Davis Chapel, at 7:30 p.m. Stacy, the new 1st Bn CO ar- i

rived in the Canal Zone In M
His first assignment with
33d was as S-3, 2ndIn: He
has been Second Bn Adjud
and executive Otff*r pr
being made Extective Oll
1st n, thb job he hold until
pointed as CO. .
Stacy is from Sal Diego,
He, his wife, Dorothy and *
children, James II, John M
and Teresa Diane, reide at

Acdhs sts

diol Mixture fqr fast, a
relief. The very first .oonftin
world-famous medatlon
comfort. You feel It spread
your throat-helping to br
the thick, choking phlegm..,
tng protective falm arn y -

and to swallow.
No wonder more than 50 m
bottles of Buekley's Canadlu
ture have been sold. So doa'
that rough get you down. M
bottle of fast-acting, lney
Buckley's Canadiol Mixtus
lour drugist toda




.. Tied for Second Place in the Panama Open Golf Tournament

Roberto de Vicenzo, great Argentine goffer, for the third
year LUCKY STRIKE color bearer in the Panama Open
Golf Tournament, showed his winning style again in
this year's Open.

The makers of LUCKY STRIKE, another prize winner,
take great pleasure in sponsoring Don Roberto and
bringing, as we have done in the years past, more pleas*
ure to our friends in Panama.

"Knihts Of The Roumd Table"
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'Little League Farm

Teams Select Players

' The Little League Farm teams MUTUAL OF OMAHA
mere selected last Saturday
perning at a workout held for Mgr. Roger Williams, telephone
,be players at Little League Park. 2-2580; Players: Bunch Luhr, R.
Sx teams were selected by the Oangle, Glazer, Colclasure, Ran-
managers and the teams will dy and Davy: Molar Ashton, To-
hold spring training next week, land, Boyd, MkulichCoy, Coy, Ches-
getting ready for the opening of! son, Harned. Arosemena, Witkin.
the League. The opening game Tommy Gangle.
Vill be played Monday. January
34th at the Pacific Little League Players on Hamadan Grotto.
Park with all the opening game Balboa Lions and Mutual of
fanfare of a major league open-| Omaha should contact their
SThe players and managers, managers of coaches for infor-
coaches will be introduced mation re practice dates. All
ome plate and then march practices will be held at the Bal-
tzhe center field flag pole for boa Railroad station diamonds
r raising of the flag. unless otherwise signified by
the managers. The Balboa Ele-
Sisted below are the rosters of! mentary School diamond is un-
The teams with her managers der repairs and will not be ready
and coaches: for use until the beginning of
I the season.





r. Charles Belden, Tele- Iarlil
S2-3271; Coach Malcolm alo cortichini, Panama President Ricardc. A-
eller. Telephone 2-3569H* IIas E congratulates Antonio
ers: J. Barrett; C. Belden. 0J Miceli Battle Cerdas while Panama Open Tour-
a tden, J. Cannavagh C. FtzeraDon nament co-chairman Ernesto de
son, J. denhaset, iHallen FI a Guardia Jr. looks approvingly
t Parson, D. Rhett MIO Thlilling DraW at the Argentine pro shortly be-
e, M rson, D. .A rkman. fore the President presented
as Stringer and Merle. MIAMI. Jan. 17 (UP -Italy's Cerda with his $2,000 first prize
er Ftrst practice: Monday, Italo Scortichini and tough lit- money. Cerda staged a great
.at Balboa Railroad eta- tie Joe Micell from New York's'comeback to win the tournament
at 15 Pm L:ast Side battled to a draw Sat- with a 30 foot putt on the final
pat 4 p.. 1urday night in a wild-swinging green.
S "KIWI" ia-round televisedmfight at din-I Arnold Palmer, left, Mr. de la
Sh y uauditorium.oberto DeVicen-
lIgr. John F. Hern, telephone lGuardia. and Roberto DeVicen-
f1373, Coach Ted Albritton, Val- The two stocky fighters o- zo are shown in the center pc-
Krno, Thibodeau. J. Harness B. opened up in the fifth round lure at the left Palmer and De-
lephone 2-2322. Players Berger, after a slow start that had the iVcenzo tied for second place,
.'Lull, Mahonney, A. Corrigan. crowd booing and clapping for one stroke behind Cerda.
tarkenberg, Perra. R. Morse, J. more action. But the fans ap- In the bottom picture, Cerda's
Bn, B. Hill. 0. Joyner, G. plauded the wild finish and In the bottom picture, Cerda's
k, Warner. A. Cuadra. and generally agreed with the tie bail is shown rolling toward the
n.:Tue.-decisionpin on the 15th hole. Cerda was
an. First practice: es- decision. hort of the green, but this chip
Station diamo d. Miceli, promised a shot at No. hot rolled to ithin inches of
5 1 welterweight contender Car-,the pintokeep his chances alive.
GIBRALTAR, JRS. men Basillo if he made a good IThree holes later. Cerda h a d
ne showing, opened a cut on Scor- overcome a tour stroke deficit to
I ager E. N. Burton, tele-ltichni's nose in te fifth round.Palmer and DeVicenzo to win
tie 2-2401, Coach W. H. Alves From then on the fight turned the tournament in a thrilling
lone 2-1824. Coach E. B.-Into a brawl with the angered finish.
ting, telephone 2-1597; Play- Scortichinl, a 7-5 favorite, try-
Watjlro, McElroy. Johnson. Ing for a knockout.
"Lord, Mar B Hanna,
Marti. Feeney. Tho The brawny Italian, at 153l2 No Ball Game
unlap, immons, Sebastian.. pounds, landed repeatedly with a
nmenn, Alves. Feeney, B. n- -roundhouse right while Miceli *
C, Chisolm. Thompson and countered with his unorthodox /tnight-Rain
Eberenz. First Practice: left uppercut. i/ llllll" Ilalll
day. Jan. 17; 3:45 p.m. Bal- There were no knockdowns.
j aUroad Station diamond,
road Station diamond but the two fighters were smear-
GROTTO: ed with blood from Scortichin's e ame scheduled for
A.lt. A GROTTO: nose at the end of the fight. Me Iaoe teuight etwn
j-. erclho d ca ist at portud however.Mount i pe tonight between
er or r34; Players: wasn't marked by the rough Smokers has been postpone
rt. do. Watts, z- sluggsaw cling and buzz-saw clinches, because of the unsuitable con-
din, M. Parson, Snyder, h icel0 took a lead the dull edition of the playing field
er Weade, Evans, E. Jen- earlyroundsk ndnevern ow caused by heavy rains on the
vans, J. Jennings, Stall-ey round. a ve show- Atlantic Side.
SHole and Beaudry. First edsigns of tiring in the late This is the second postpone-
r, Plevers should call stages as Scortichlhi carried ment in as many days of a
amer or Coach for inform- the fight to him. of a Panama Professional
League game.
f The pair ended with three The ame that should have
B ALBOA LIONS minutes of toe-to-toe slugging in been prayed at the Olympic
m Btoqk, Msr.; Coach Myers, the 10th that brought the crowd Stadium'last night also had to
Stock's telephone number of 2,220 to its feet. be called off because of un-C
b -1298. Players Lincoln, favorable weather.C
SBaker, Albritton, Jack Judge Mark Erwin voted 96 The next Pro League con-r
ey, Mounts, McLaughlln, Le points for each fighter. Judge test will be tomorrow, whenI
-'Denton, Ashbaugh, L.'En-iMonty Monroe gave Miceli a 97- the Smokers and the 8. C. So-t
8, Gerhardt, Jimmie Bay, 96 edge and referee Cy Gottfried da'nen engage each other Inf
JWard, Heamrn, Rhyne. John-.voted 97-99 in favor of Scorti- a doubleheader beginning at 6 t
p2Idams and Brach Hattler, Jr. chlnL p.m. at the Olympic Stadium. I

"*, Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1871, Sunday. January 16, 1955
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces each

First Prize 2586 $ 44,000.00

Second Prize

Third Prize



S 13,200.00

$ 6,600.00

No. Prismo Prirm No Pritse No. Prim No. Prism No. Prism No. Prime No. Prie No.. Priles
6 5 5 1 5 6 3 6 5 5
M8 13? an im88 132.00 2088 132 N 3088 132.3 4086 132.00 686 13200 6086 13200 7086 132.00 86 132.06 1
0188 13200 118 13200 21S6 132.00 3188 1300 41 13200 51 SI 13200 8188 13200 7186 132.00 IN6 132.00 I
0286 132.00 1286 132.00 2286 132.0032386 13' "431 132.00 5288 132.00 6286 13200 7286 132.00 8288 132.4f 1I
a 1322.00 138 s 132.00 23 132 3M 3388 132. 4388 132.00 386 132 00 6386 132.00 7386 132.00 8386 132.M 1
M6 132 0 1486 13200 2488 132300 3486 132.M 4486 132.00 5486 132.00 6486 1327.00 7486 13230 848 132.36 1
0581 20000 15 2.8 0003 258 446.06. 3M 2 46,2 1.08 4516 20 3 ,.O 6888 2,20000 758 2,200.00 8586 2,200.M
886 132.006 Igs 132.00 288 133.00 3888- 13.M 486 12.6 8568 132200 686 132.00 M768 132.00 8888 132 0
078s 1320 1738 2132.00 2786 133. 3783 8 13.60 4786 1320 W 5788 132.006788 132.00 7786 13200 8788 13200
S688 13260 18 33 1322 2886 132.0 686S 13.36 4886 132.M 5886 132.M88132.03230 7888 13230 8886 132.3M
S 132.0M' 18 132.8 0 212 132.M36 2M6 I S.226 6 32.03 568 1342 D 6386 1323 7986 132.0 80986 132. 1

Approximations Derived From First Prize

U T 0.44.00 2579 440. n 2583, 446 M | 83 44A.M S B2585 440M 2588 t44 25 44100 2 55 44.
S44 2586 440.00 2582 440 I 44.M I 4.344 2 .M I 9 440.0 I 2591 44000 I 2S93 446.' 25s

Approximatios Derived From Second Prize

I- 118.M A m 4 110.00 IM .N 10 11." a1III.i 0.M Gel
aM nIM7 MIl e.l." MT&* Me3 10.8 0E M81 Ie." TM aow 8083 HImM 8b8 1 I. N e

Approximaltias Derived From Third Prize

IM 132 SO'MI iINA aGUI -32. a1 32. 011 t1382. 019 4i
8.M 524 8a.M 5238 aoM 52311 11.80 524 88.24 1 45 aSM 5247 WA S.
12U am 5s13 88 sa u st8a mMN@ 5 Mr ,5 a.". UM a"44 88.M 4 528 88.O s.M S:
.iute-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drafl were sold at: First and Third lt Panama; Second in F
I T Nine Hundred whole tickets ending t i m et 4 l el uded In the above list win One Hundred Dollars (I
The woole ticket ass "', fnt comprises the two series "A" and "B"

Signed by ALBERTO ALElfAN, Governor of the Province of Panama
TU he R.eprestentbo Treaury RICARDO A. MLEDZ

: Jo6 ManuAl Camarco, Cd. IA
Ludano Mack V, Cd. N. 13
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.fl--les-i- the mee AM 7"- IF C "ir.E aF T tl ur amenf,
--r "1 Vliebno 1as in the t"tr in four. I3ed I lab
Zo Surpnrse W inner But he fioked the b utbea- .esidelt J eon
Sl l Vtifully, and the ball rolled up to a spectacular subcess, and Pres-
the pin. He put it in for a logey dent Arias' comments on Preqi-
six. Had it not been for his beau- dent Remron and the tournament
CFrnce Feature R ace tiful shot out of the trap he brought the fans to their feet
Fr anco Feature Race could have very easily had a In a spontaneous outburst of ap-
double bogey seven oi -the hole. plause that lasted five minutes.
0- Palmer's chip shot for the I President -Arias, one of pan-
cas del Toro's The usually slow-starting. Ja- birdie was short by inches. Cer- ama's leading amateurs, pre-
qulmazo yester- quimazo was on his toes yester- da lined up his putt, and calmly sented the $2,000 check to Cerda
a thrilling one- day and got off on top. He cut stroked it into the cup for a amid the flashing of photog-
er 'mutuels fa- out a fast pace with Lexden whobirdie to pick up two strokes on rather's bulbs. In a brief speech,
mer in the fea- in turn was another half length DeVicenzo and one on Palmer. Cerda said "...luck was my ally
furlong sprint in front of Sinn Feiner. I When the trio reached the 18th today..." and added that he
d C imported In the gruelling battle down tee, DeVicenzo still led Palmer thought Panama Pro Macarron
an Franco race the stretch, Jaqulmazo held on and Cerda by one stroke. had done a marvelous job on the
tenaciously and crossed the Cerda split the fairways with course, "...especially the greens
finish line holding a one-length his drive. So did Palmer. But De--*.." Cerda was all smiles, and
margin. Sinner beat Lexden for vicenzo smothered his drive and he had a right to be after sink-
the place by a half length. hooked it into the rough. The Ing 15 and 30 foot putts on the
Hector Ruiz, who gave Jaqui- ball hit a spectator andbounc- last two greens to win.
I nazo a perfect ride, was the ed into the fafrwaya about 2001 Don Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
ENCE day'ssaddlestar with three vic- yards from the green. opened the clubhouse ceremony
I C stories. He also scored with Con You could cut the tension ;with a speech that praised Pres-
cejal and Royal Signal. with a knife at this point. De- LMent Remon and Introduced
The day's biggest payoff was Vicenzo hit to the green, and President Arias. He also had un-
the ninth race one-two whici was short to the left. Cenla 'limited praise for his tourna-
returned $406. The winning com- hit on the green, thirty feet 'ment, co-chairman, Dick Dehlin-
bination was formed by Cormo from the pain. Palmer hit the ger, and the other members of
rant and newcomer Pompillo ball to within about 15 feet the committee. Mr. de la Guardia
which was making his local de. of the pin to the left. -"
but. DeVicenzo chipped, and the Bre at e i
The dividends: ball sailed past the cup about N 0 P t
The dividends: six feet. Cerda was next. He I" ulclIthe s' I
FIRST RACE knew he needed a birdie to win
1-Cambist $8.80, 6.80, 5.00 or at least to tie since Palmer
2-Gaucha 39.20 3.80 had a good chance for a bird.
3-Sun's Moon 2.40. He had a tough putt. The greens allege Basket
SECOND RACE were wet; he was thirty feet Co lg asket
1-Firenze $4.20, 2.80, 2.80 from the pin; the dollar signs
2-Lot O'Trouble $3.80, 5.20 were dancing on the greens; and .
I Ja ON 3-Escandalo $3.00. absolute silence reigned the Sa- fA mlA liVam l
9183 132.00
916 3. Firenze) $27.60. He looked the putt over, and
286 1320oo THIRD RACE promptly rapped it hard a n d --
9386 32.00 I-Golden Pick $9.00, 4.60 straight. From the time he hit
5 2.2 00 2-Bagdad $5.60. 3.20 the ball there was no doubt It NEW YORK, Jan. 17 (UP) -
9686 13200 3-Fru Fru $2.60. was going to be close. The ball Examination time cuts heavily
780F 13206 One-Two: (Golden Pick- rolled a d rolled and rolled and Into the college basketball sched
386 132.I0 Bagdad) S41.20. dropped cleanly into the cup. ule this year, but there'll be no
S1* FOURTH RACE Cerds whooped it up. The fans "breathers for the big-name
1-Julie $6.80, 4.00, 2.60 went wild. It took several min- teams.
2-Nacho $5.80, 4.40 ute gto quiet the gallery so Palm. The high-ranked clubs had a
3-Sherry Time $2.60 s coul, putt. soft time during the weekend as
1 Quiniela: (Julie-N a c h o ) palmer needed a birdie to tie old man upset took a vacation
S oo $1.20. Cerds. His 15 footer was a sharp, Auburn, the only remaining up
es 44n FIFTH RACE breaking utt that required in- beaten major team, was the big-
i1-Concejal $3.00, 2.20 inites llL If he hit it too firm gest casualty in a 99-78 defeat by
2-Portal $2 20 o might three putt. He took Albama and that had been
SIXTH RACE plenty of time lining It up. He expected.
1-C. de Gato $4.20, 3.00, 2.00 ead the green for a long time But the week starting to-
2-Royal Emblem $3.80, 2.60 before stepping up to the ball night holds many pitfalls. for
MR 22.00 3-Batatazo $5.4 udged the break perfectly, the top ams, building up to
S 0.0 EVENTH RACa lng-awated lash of La
I oN i-Royal SignalC8t4.20t8.20,f12.60bt alledtobfrmdenouh alle,ranked No. 3nantionally,
Thpt1dta teu-Royal Signal $14.20,.oK.20, 1t.8he
2-Amat $5.60, 4.60 broke dow rd and stope d Not t
3----C. Malone $3.40. No. 4 team, &I Ra N. C.,
-C Malone 3 $3 40 C. a hsshort. on Saturday night. Only two of
Seco-R nd Double: (C. do Gd breathed easier. Buton the to e 10 an Franisco
to-Royal Signal) $4.20.y ors moment. Deviceno had and UCLA -will have the
241 132.6 1-Llborla $4.80, '90, 5,40 t er for his par. I week off.
502-Daniel $7.20, A'b) aMd tbugh, he would ti eer lIInolsa ranked It. 6,ol d
S 8 3-Tuira 12.40 a and M they would go te a with owaS No. 17, in an -
Q..sam --uit: (ibora-Danle) dden death playoff for the tsnt Big l en battle S .-
errera. .40.40.. k ote the wek'sa
errera. NINTH RACE De s ue key games find Utah 4106
S100-00) each i-Cormorant $11.40, 7.40, 3. 0 SA, siftl a. He iwt)s) risk Skyline Conferehoi
2-Pompillo $32.00, 7.40 anir eg w= br kl adhopes aaind rous Wyom
3-El Regal o $3.20. Cbe-Ia tn ted o hm bd a o CFriday nd nding chum-
One-Two: (Cormorant-Pe p. the 1skidl edp A the cuP. no, uyeA. a60 ). on t-
TENTH RACE -.Cnn* atanma.as dVo tlehos
--Jaquimazo $13.20, 2.40S the a mtru g u a e wea..
-BlnnFeiner $2.40. r l r tl sky (SL 1)
U-$kg 92.40, 2.20. L,0

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ball Teams

nation Time
Michigan State in an important
Big Ten game Saturday.
Kentucky had a scare Satur-
day night, but pulled out a W5--
44 victory over Tulane at Ne..
Orleans. Tulane raced off to sl
17-5 lead before the nation's No.
1 team got rolling. In the end,
Tulane actually had 18 baskets
to Kebtuckv's 17, but piled up
a 24-8 maron at the free throw
Amon the other high-ranke4
teams, quesne (No.) r
from two straight defeats to beat.
Fordham impressively, 67-56; LI
Salle (No. 3) smashEd five scor-
ing records at Philadelphil
Conveaton Hall in trouncing L14
banon Valley, 112-70; North
CaroMna Btate (No. L
Wake 75-73; Ilniols (

%WoftaR 7-frt: and an
10) walloped Pard*e (Nik
There were a eattarf of vp
sets. though, and the ba m
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Johnny Mc Triumphs;

Cerda Birdies Final

Holes To Win One
Antonio Cerda, the handsome mashie swinger from
the Argentine, staged a fighting comeback in the final
nine holes of the 1955 Panam6 Open golf tournament at
the Panam6 course Sunday to completely. amaze every-
one by emerging as the champion when he birdied the
final two holes to edge Roberto DeVicenzo and Arnold
Palmer by a single stroke- Cerda's winning score wak 273,
two strokes over Sam Snead's record of 271.
Johnny MacMurray successfully defended his ama-
teur championship by edging his brother Charley by three
strokes when he shot a two under par 70 yesterday to
Charley's 73. Herb Mitten of Balboa was third.
A large gallery braved t h e da, especially when Palmer sunk
threatening weather which ac- a forty foot putt on number
tually turned to rain at brief eight to draw even with DeVi-
spells to see Cerds come steam- cenzo. Cerda seemed to be lust
ing down the finish line to nip tagging along, filling out the
the previous leaders on the very threesome. There was even some
last hole with a startling thirty- talk that Charley Harper was
foot putt that dropped and won going to beat Cerda for third
him the $2,000 first prize money place money.
while Devicenzo and Palmer
stared in amazement and the But the Argentine player
crowd went wild. kept plugging away. He start-
DeVicenzo actually blew the ed the day with a bogey on
tournament. He had a two over the byfiverst hole to trail the fnlead-
par 74 which was 12 strokes ished the first nine with a 3X.
higher than his record smashing DeVicenzo had a 37 and Palmer
first round score of 62. He 34. With nine to play, it was
couldn't do anything right yes- DeVicenso and Palmer' dead-
terday, and on the final two locked, three strokes ahead of
holes he lacked the "touch" and Cerda.
carded bogeys on 17 and 18 to While DeVicenzo and Palmer
permit Cerda to. pick up four were missing putts that they
strokes and Palmer two. would normally make, Cerda got
Going into number 17, DeVi- hot. He birdied number 11. De-
cenzo led Palmer by two strokes Vicenzo birdied 13. Palmer bog-
and Cerda by three. He hooked eyed 15. And they all parred 1i.
his drive on the par five hole in- eyeAnd what hPnpened on 17 and
to the rough behind some trees. 18 is the story of the 1955 Pan-
Before you knew what had hap-ama Open. Palmer parred them
opened, he was lying three, far both. Cerda birdied them. And
from the green. He had used twoDon Roberto, the 1952 and 1953
valuable strokes to get out of winner and 1954 runner up blew
the almost unplayable lie. Iuis swy high, bogeying them both.
fourth shot landed in the sand Cerda won $2,000 and Palmer
trap beside the green. Palmer and DeVicenzo .pocketed $1,200
was in the rough to the right in apiece
two ad Cerda wasfifty yfads Pete Cooper shot a 67, the
from the green in two. best round of the day among
Cerda hij to the green and the pros while Johhny MacMur-
left himself a 15 foot putt. ray's two under par 70 was the
Palmer pulled a brilliafft iot finest 18 turned in by an alpa-
from the rough, hitting a wedge tgur.
high into the air to clear the The President of the Republic
trees ttat blocked the gran. of Panama, Don Ricardo Arias
His ball it on the grea-m 'd Epinosa, received a standing
reelle aohen :c. nation from the packed club-
Botfe F' mer-ad Oi f a dd te-us pr e ior tno the oa ward
Spar fUvesat the least- knd e- a ca urrop urnmenr.

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Te Whi

Player Prizme loe
1-Tony C da s2,e 27
2--Arnold Paimer UM. M4
2-Bob DeVie.m 19 74
I-harler Harper 76
1-1. Marron Bse i
6-Felice Torsm 4M 64
7-Porky Oliver
7--kip Alexander 7 208
l-Pableo Meolina 175 MA
1-Lon. Worsham 17 We
1--John O'Donnell 10 .

and Mr. Dehlinger awarded tho
remainder of the profsaimonal
prizes while Pete Arano:of
had the honor of pre atgm
amateurs with the sterling sule
prizes donated by PAA.
Cerds was sponsored by B.V.D.
while DeVicenzo was L ucky
Strike's color bearer. Palmer was
sponsored by Cheterfleld.
The scores:
These are the under-par =oru
for Sunday:
PAR OUT 445 354 434--6
Cooper 545 353 434---6
Harper 345 344 433-34
J. MacMurray 444 364 438-45
Musser 445 354 533-38
Oatman 444 363 433--34
Cerda 545 53 434-36
Palmer 445 353 434-34
PAR IN 435 444 354-36-73
Cooper 425 444 343-35-60
Harper 426 55 454-S-370
J. MacMurray 335 344 64.--3670
Musser 425 543 344-34-70
Oatman 434 446 354-.7-71
Cerda 425 444 343-33-69
Palmer 435 445 354-37-71
The final scores:
*Antonio Cerda 204-49 273
*Roberto de Vicenzo 200-74 274
*Arnold Palmer 203-41 274
*Charley Harper 209-70 290
*Herman Barron 210--- 283
*Felice Torza 212-72 284
*Skip Alexander 214-74 288
*Pete Cooper 221-67 283
*Porky Oliver 216-72 288
Johnny MacMurray 219-70 289
*Pablo Molina 215-75 290
*Lou Worsham 218-72 3290
SCharley MacMurray 219-73 292
*John O'Donnel 219-78 292
*Harold Oatma1n 20-1: 191
*Johnny MussBr 22 -70"294
*Hilarlo Polo 227-77 294
*Art Jones 223-75 298
*Bob Watson 222-75 298
*Johnny Bass 5--74 290
*Ansetl. 2ow. -78 290
*Carlos Rodrilue 3322-78 300
*Raul Let s 223-78 301
Herb Mitten 226-75 301
*Bob Fretand 225-78 309
*Anibal Macarron 229--75 30
Gonzalo aens 229-7"- 6

jem ane a79 all
Ja ,-z 3.80 3l
J. de la Guardia 236-76 3
Frank Mortice Jr. 236-76 314
Maurice Muller 235-70 314
Jim Riley 232-82 314
Dick Goodman 140-75 315
Pere Graham 168-70 318
Bill Schmitt 240-78 318
Sandy Hinkle 232-85 317
Earl Gerrans .23-80 318
Lutwig Haksaiel 239-79 318
Robert Pearson 242-77 319
Norman Lewter 239-80 319
Bill Lewis 239-81 320
H. 8. Barret 240-83 323.
Marvin Chadsick 240-83 323
Paul Moran 242-81 323
R. E. Mills 247--81 32
H. W. Swartz 241-87 326
Alberto Arias 238--1 329
Thatcher Clibsee 248-83 329
Gordon Dalton 243-86 329
AI Saarinen 24"-83 3290
L. E. Moya 249-81 330
D. S. Shine 248-85 331
Dave Westman 244-89 133
Pres Trim 246-88 334
0. Herman 252--2 334
A. L. Norway 258-85 343
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Sanitee Would Tour As Pro With Bannister, Lan#
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But-Kansan's Immediate

Goal Is. 4-Minute Mile

NEX Staff CwresPineat

We. bantee, an amateur who
oeesn't cringe at the thought
of turning a dollar, has been
trying for more than a year to
interest Roger 3annW rr and
John LaAdy in an Intentional
super-mile Jrnket.
Landy almost acceded, but at
the last moment decided to go
back to chasing butterflies in
Australia w while Bannister
couldn't be enticed from his
scalpel in Enrgif.n .
"I gu ess ftey'd rather be *a-
mateurs." says Wes, then whis-
tles softly "but, man, the nr.on-y
ve could mai-e ore than
t'i-v'ril eer see in a year at w' at
they're doing now.
*"fhey 'tay I had it figured
i hold tree races -. "his
co-ntry, for which we'd have no
trouble getting promoters.
"They already been askUn
abo ,t it. Then we'd run three
t'--.es in Australia ..ad throe
time inr England or on the eon-
3' then we'd have no doubt
who t e world's top miler is. The
y and B -n,st'er penetra-
tt,-i of thl fn,,r-,nin,,t' barrier
might be lowered and the boys
could retire to their more aca-
demic pursuits with a bushel of
money each.
Santee hasn't entirely given up
on the project, hat his Inmme-
diate goaf is to join the Empire
boys in the sub-four minute
class. Of his ability to do it,
there's no doubt. in Wes' mind.
:lie Woody Hayes of the track
world he says whkt he thinks.
without reservation figures to
d- this year.
He's also set his sights on tb"
1956 Olympic Games. It still
rankles him that he did nothing
in the 5000 meters at Helsinki -
or that he even ran these 5000
meters. A
"All I got out of it," grins

Wes wryly, "was the meaning
that saying on the scoreboard
'The important thing in
Olympic Games is not winni
but taking part.'
"After I qualified for the 5
meters, I wanted to try for
1500 instead, but they would
let me."

Santee's more current pe
is his Amateur Athletic Un
blacklisting for the James a S
livan Award the last two yet
tracing back to the cam'
celebre of 1953 In Germa
While the leader of the Am
lean contingent was trying
settle the wrangle with the G
man promoter, impetuous W
sighting a plane taxiing do
the runway, hopped off
"What's more," mutters W
"this hasn't come out, but wh
they bump Parry O'Brien off t
nomination list this year, too
If all this sounds like V
Santee is in a continual sr
cancel the impression. The you
Kansan has never been more
fable. He's just one athlete w
likes to talk with his mouth.
HIs feet follow right in stride

Ainrn The F,,irwo
The monthly meeting of th
PWGA for January will be hel
at Fort Amador on Jan. 2
Notie-s asve been placed on a
Club bulletin boards. Name
most be signed by Wednesda:
Jan. 19 so palrinag can b
made. Tee off time is 8:30 a.x
Age glaciers left a 350-ton rock,
Newtaconkanut Hill. The big ro
sat on the brow of the hill
40,000 years. Then persons livi
in the shadow df the hill became
worried. The- rock was broken
and carted away.

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Winner 1955 Panama Open


The most successful

Golf Ball in the


eagGossip About
P l .A .0 TESWO P ** Standing of Clubs S -
of 'Ou E Spur Cola 3 0 1.000 By WALTER C. WATSON
the Police 3 0 .000
Ing Lincoln Life 2 1 .606
.ng, Agencies 1 2 .333 A new champion was crowned and that Brown had aid1'
0 Gibraltar Lie 1 3 250 yesterday at the close of the 1955 would not play for that
000the Elks 1414 0 3 000 Panama Open when "n the most and wanted $225.00 per
the sensational and dramatic fash- which he agreed to. Brown
In't r f |Lincoln Life 10, GIbraltar Life 0 Ion Antonio Cerda, of the Ar- ed for an advance of 940.00 1
ogt -The clash between the two gentine, came roaring from four was given $50.00. Kellman .-
; s"Liters" of the Pacific Little! strokes behind and on the 18th sure us that he had done eveo y
eve / *' '' League resulted in a victory for hole sunk his putt for a birdie thing in his power to sat ~
ion the namesake of the Prealsent as the "Gaucho" Roberto de VI- Brown and was surprised atB
ul- i over the Rock of Gibraltar. ceno bogeyed the 17th and 18th action. That's the story from '
a rs, The Lincoln liters donned their holes to end up in a tie with our other side.
era hitting togs and amassed 15 hits choice, Afnold Palmer for sec-
My. end place Golf fans, thousands
ny' / ^^ ^. .^ *J- ^ -ieand ten runs to sink the Gibral- ond place. Golf fans, housand2
toer- ^^' tar Liters by a shut out score of strong, taxed the fullest capacity
ito, ..10-0. Perky Parker and Doug of the Panama Golf Club yes-
er-Crook showed the way with three terday and were thrilled by the
its, hits a piece with McElhone and magnificent performance of
t Dubois chipping in with two these great Pros.
ors"afeties each. A Cerda, no stranger to the golf. TODAY .60 -- 30
s While the Lincoln Lifers were' fans of the Isthmus, completed 3 00,
.'d LA, fattenting up their batting aver- his 72 holes with a score of 273 :10, 5:5, 7: : p
the /6S \GAC ages, the Gibraltar Lifers found one stroke ahead of De Vicenzo
?" TO CA6NG. Wee Willie Engelke, very stingy and Palmer. Charley Harper N RSIS "M
S M, -T'RFL'IE6S with base hits, permitting four finished fourth with a score of
.nit, WA(w J 0i2o,.. scattered base blows and nol 279. Johnny McMurray, overcame I - J
in; runs. brother Charley's stubborn re- If "hll elo
-a- distance to win the amateur, *
ho LINCOLN LIFE honors with a score of 289, three, ~o~u' Sdil to
..... .. strokes ahead of Charley's 292.
. Players ab r h e
Beck 2b 2 1 0 01 The Isthmian golf fans were
McElhonne, 2b 3 1 2 0 treated this year to golf at its
V Lamber, 3b 4 1 1 0' very best. The pros were out to
Al'Engelke. p 5 1 1 0 Ive the fans everything they, d,.e
T A o Parker, ss 4 3 3 0 tad and from the first day when,
CTOm u LIpA Dubols, c 3 1 2 0 DeVicenzo broke the course rec-I
Wad c 10Crook, lb 4 1 3 0 ord by three strokes, Arnold,
ie ld 0'Ward, cf 1 0 0 0 Palmer's phenomenal shot out of
Id Bassett, cf 2 1 1 1 the rough, from a hillside lie in
F J MI, A Bradshaw, If 2 0 0 0 deep grass and the ball sur- I
lI d,1 White, If 2 0 0 0 rounded by what he termed'
s Joyner, rf 1 0 0 0 "boulders," to the green, with
y,, Nessler, rf 1 0 1 0 two big dents in his No. 8 iron
e Bowman, rf 1 0 1 0, as a souvenir of the 1955 Open.I
---- e d tto yesterday's allant and deter- I
Totals 35 10 15 0 mined fight by Antonio Cerda to'
e IA LrteR LE t cop the big money, nobody could, I "
e e GIBRALTAR LIFE have asked for more.
ckE Hanna, 3b 2 0 0 0 A great ganf of fellows came
fir w eO lMarquard, p 3 0 0 0 to Panama to compete in a golf
Ing Rager, lb 1 0 1 0 tournament and fulfilled that
me Snyder. lb 2 0 0 1 task to the best of their ability
up Brandon. ss 3 0 1 0e but we believe that they did a
Adams, 2b 3 0 0 1' little more than just play golf.1
SHutchinson, e 3 0 0 0 As gentlemen and true sports-1 OPE NS WE*.
SSteiner, cf 3 0 1 0 men they did a wonderful job.1i
I.. uyWilson, rf 2 0 0 1 each and everyone of them, of
Jackson, If 1 0 1 0 endearing themselves to the
Hermanny, If 1 0 0 01 Tathmian golf public. In short
they proved to be real ambassa-
Totals 24 0 4 3 dors of goodwill.
The 1955 Open is now history,
Sbut its thrilling climax will re-
main with the fans for a very
long time and the new champion
and his top flight competitors
will be awaited eagerly in 195&1
To all of them our best wishes
for the future.
To the Panama Golf Club and
especially to its tournament
committee we express our sincere
congratulations for the organiza-
tion of this fine tournament and
By TONY SPARANDO for the magnificent arrange-
Written for NEA Serive ments which permitted such
good play and allowed all the
k fans to have the opportunity, to
follow each shot to completion.
The story we got from Leon
eKellman on the "Winston Brown
affaire" follows:
'Kellman insists that he took
\Brown to a doctor shortly after
his arrival but that the doctor,
was not available, due to the
Christmas holidays. He did not.
expect Brown to pitch until'
IBrown to pitch until Brown felt
that he should. The game that A
THREE-WAY J --leik ,1eini, one of basketball's best rebounders, has a fae one-hand push ed the Yankeestd l tnwo h its, was
-- shot_ -n._ arn-the keyhole a corking book ashot fhom lia close. (NEA) at Brown's own request. Kellman.
y MYgierand Jose Jaen made an appoint-
By JMMY BRESLIN Hemrie of Wake Forest, in the and Buzz Wilkinson, 36 against ment with Dr. J. J. Vallarino for .
days when he was growing to his Gecrge Washington and Joe Hol-I Brown. Brown never showed uv. I"
NEW YORK (NEA) -Prob- present 66, 227-pound frame, ate up, 43 against West Virginia, 40; Instead he took off for Almi-
ably the best basketball training his meals wedged among n against Texas and 30 a g a i n st rante.SONst
Dick Hemric. would have b ean older brothers and sisters. With Southern California. -COW? Vo a os seine o1 m14-
given,came in the dining room of a background like this, playing He has a rebound average of We asked Kellman Ifthere v aon mrr
Jonesville, N. C., home. while double and even t r i p I e- better than 17 a game .was any dilsasatisfaction on -' sT A4N W ou
teamed doesn't bother Dick at all. Brown's part regarding his con- -WAT CAN YOU o won A anua-
"I'm used to crowds," the Dea- After Seton Hall, h. had 2224 THERE had been only 12 per- tract. He replied that he had of- "on.Iwis swAbssAcaMY-
cns' gigantic center points out. points. Selvy's record is 2538. feet games rolled in the 51-year fered Brown $200.00 per month "cM o,H -'.-motMr'
Its a good thing he is. It h as Dick gets points with a round- history of the American Bowling: .."ow.-,-asiai-
become 'matter of course f or house hook, mostly delivered cff Congress Tournament, so when 1' FOR FORDHAM
Hemric, the strong All-America a feed-m at the foul line as he' walked out to start singles play
candidate, to station himself in swmgs to his left. Out of this pat- in Seattle last spring, it was one 8tate College. Pa (NEAl- BING DANNY
.. .... much room as a revolving door a push shot, mind. stituted for Fordham on penn h
By DR. PHOG ALLEN In an effort to hold down Hem. neath is used to advantage. A- I have always been the type fall.s ........ schedule nexA
Kansas Coach rice's better than 29-point average, against Seton Hall, in particular, who goes out and knocks ema.
Written for NEA Service opponents have been bum pin g, ne snwed a good touch at getting down and lets the guy keeping
lucking and trying to smother behind his tormentors and con- record: figure out how I am do- 575,000 SUBURBAN
Question: A player brings the im. Left with merely one man verti.ng high lead passes via lay- ing. That's the way it is at my '
ball to the 10-second line, crosses guarding him, Hemric has shown Ups. His tap-in touch on rebounds Redo Park. Long Island, alleys. I New York-INEA,-The Sub- ColorI C lOOL 1,
Iand the halts as a e d fnde r the equipment to pull a game out is that of an authentic scorer. his was a long way from there, urban at Belmont Park next Me- ( Ij C3.L-., *.

the defender. Before moving for-to tch his play closely has the ball perts wanted to wat it 'strike atfer strike. ,. 'lerom_0 ...... 0-
ward, he shifts one foot back a darndest time. Take the N o r t h out cre a decision on Hemric Finally, I was letting my last
bit, so that it Is across the line, Carolina State gapne. Ron nie was reached. "He doesn't m o v e ball go-and for the first time, go on to become the 1954 ABC Encanto Today .35w .2
but the ball remains in front Shavik, 6-4, stationed himself in quickly enough," was the general I did a little of that body English singles champior CINEMASCOPEl
court. What is the ruling here? front of Hemric and Cluff Dwyer, rap. pleading. I've had a lot of breaks win- "The Student Prince
-Bob 'Ryboff. 6-10, played Dick from behind. At Darned if I can see that," It was a strike and I had a 300 ning my full share of titles Rnl
6-6, Hemr looked as if he were Bones McKinney cracked, game to start off my bid for an bowling, but thi perfect game mt Also:
Aaswex: It4s a violation of the standing in a hole. He came up "The guy hasn't had even walk. ABC title. Seattle was the biggest. I "PRISONER OF WAR"
10-seeend rule. You must be en- enough to get 16 points, around room. This game gave me the push to I'll take it any time. b
tirely mos the tse. When enmric came to New
York to play against Seton Hall,

Q. Does an all-court press by he found his area of the Madison s
op msitUon mean you have to for-ISquare Garden flcor packed as
,,lo,..e.y mb r,,r. dt FLOTA MERCANTE GRANCOLOMBIANA, S. A.
George OrBrien. bid sometimes three P i r a t e s
ganged up on him. Hemric was
A. Nt at al .ut in order table to shake himself out of the ANNOUNCES A NEW RE
brisw the ball acres the 10-see- clutches of his guards for a 29- ANNOUNCES A NEW REGULAR SERVICE
ilas y iddottyue tt splurge, brekidg up the ECUADOR PACIFIC COLOMBIA BALBOA, CANAL ZONE, TO: i
I "It's been that way for m a r eI
q. Kansa home-court win- Bones MeKinney, the Wake For- L
S n Sht byw MIsouri. When Hemric came acon t, hndebest tas- ACCEPTING GENERAL CARGO FOR FIRST REGULAR SAILING
did it start and how many games ketball player North Carolina ev. i A i
did the Jayhawks win consecu- er produced. "But no matter what M/V UDAD DE (AU BAa a
lively at Lawrence? Frankie they do to him, he's still going to F W y
Kamm. I finish his career this season with
mere points than Frank SeIvy APPLY:
A. 3&, acting durln the 1950- scored at Furman and t h a t --
U .u.o.n. means the all-time college rec-
Smeoalledwhentheref- odg r WILFORD & MCKAY, INC.
Shiswhstle for a eri started this season withMAON DNG CRISTOBAL, CANAL O
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rants Will

;st Effect

f Tobacco

,EW YORK, Jan. 17 (UP) -
Tobacco Industry Research
ttee today y announced
ant totalling $1864,29&40 to
mi scientists to finance at-
t ipt to learn the effects of
.1p'ette smoking on health.
V tea of the recipients. Dr. Her-
; I .ttR. Hawthorne, will attempt
-tinduce cancer in experimental
*)lals by exposing their wind-
D to tobacco smoke. Dr. Haw-
thorne Is professor of surgery In
th i graduate school of medicine
of the University of Pennsyl-
Another scientist, Harvard's
Zr. Clark W. Heath, will make
a& 1-year-stud of -personality
OAd smoking in college grad-
s. A third, Dr. Kelly T. McKee
the Medical College of South
Cr olina, will study lung funC-
toni in smokers and non-
*Dr. Leopold R. Corecedo, pro-
faser of biochemistry at Ford-
hbgL University, will study early
*dui cal changes "In the lungs
Ottumor-bearing rats and mice."
ofr. George F. Moore, director
Of Roswell Park Memorial In-
IlUte, Buffalo. N.Y., will inves-
t "te he hysiological effects
Af, direct inhalation of tobacco
s-oke in laboratory animals and
the study of the biological re-
'poase of laboratory animals to
ontinuous ingestion Qf diet-
bcco product mixtures."
"'Dr. Hurley Lee Motley, pro-
ftbsor of medicine, University
f. Southern California, Los
teles, will observe the ef-
ees of smoking on breathing.
"ZT. Maurice 8. Segalk Tufts
Cle Medical School, Boston,
study "the effects of cigaret
r.M 1iWng on normal subject."
)' Frederick J. Stare, profes-
f nutrition, Harvard School
Public Health, will conduct
rimental studies on can-
l living a new technique to
W fit various tars extracted from
cco may incite the forma-
Sof lung tumors."
Marion B. Sulzberger, pro-
r of dermatology and syphi-
New York University post-
ate medical school, will
into "the effects of tobacco
human vascular system
volunteers; a d In par-
rof the possibility that
tobacco effects are based
uliar allergic susceptibility
^iF cifhc individuals rather
MM pon t obligatorily toxic
** uote of tobacco smoke."
Tobacco Industry Re-
Committee previously had
iunced grants totalling $82,-
c Today's announcement
f ht the total of recilpents
and the total in money to
addition the committee has
5,000 aside for a co-opera-
.oast-to-coast study of hu-
.in lung ailments.



1r Satellites


Ianama terian
"Let the people know the truth and the country is sqfe" Abraham Lincoln.




President Eisenhower today
sent Congress a S62.408.000J00O
"prosperity" budget designed to
keep the nation "on the alert"
against Red aggression and pave
the way for a possible tax cut
next year.
Warning that we live in "an
insecure peace," Mr. Eisenhower
earmarked two thirds of his pro-
posed spending $40,458,000,-
000 He gave top priority to airpow-
er and a record-breaking pro-
duction of atomic weapons.
Mr. Elsenhower said total
spending for the 1956 fiscal year
starting July 1 will be $1.100.-
000,000 less than in the current
fiscal year. But although re-
venues will be up about a bil-
lion dollars. he said there still
will be a deficit of about $2,408,-
While this rules out tax cuts
now. the President said. "our
growing prosperity has solii
foundations" and gives "hope"
of tax cuts in 1956. a presiden-
tial election year. He explained
that his program should lead to
an expanding economy, bigger
federal revenues, and thus to
tax cuts.
Mr. Ecsenhower said that if
tax cuts are possible next year,
they will,be made in such a way
as to "r e 1 ee Individual tax
burdens and to increase the in-
centive Jor effort and invest-
Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey, who discussed the
new budget with reporters, set
fiscal 1957, starting July 1, 1956,
as the target date for tax cuts.
By that time, he said, the ad-
ministration should be at or at

7 Nations Meelt '

For Frenc Arms '

Pool Proposal
PARIS, Jan. 17 (i171- Dele-
grates of seven nations met to-
day for a crucial arms pool con-
ference, with a face-savini com-
Dromlse already beeinnlng t+
fhapL" up between France and
her European partners.

The delegates met at hearm-
ouarters of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organizatlon (NATO).
Their progress mav determine
whether France finally ratifies
the new western European un-
ion that permits German rearm-

French official% openly re-.
---r ireted there wniri ".- a c~woro-
SOSCOW, Jan. 17 (UP)-Rus- "'lse. even thnrqh the field was
a M bounced today i ( will set ]'"r nn sv'"-** WrP"'p-e.
announced todargy experimental Britain and Holland led the op-
i c Communist China, position to the French elan fn,
Romani, Czechoslovakia a supranational nool that would
e, Romania. Czechoslovakia trol de manufacture of arms
Germany. an in Fron' rigMt down to the as-
SMoscow announcement Bemblv line. German. Belium
interpreted to mean that enblv line. moer'- b* ome oh-
"'oviet Union is creating a qtoi.ns rand onnv Italy seemed
atomic research network definitely in favor.
r Communist countries, definitely in favor.
decision made known by Informed sources said the
council of ministers said the Tnitpd States also was cool tn
Union will give fission- jthe French nlen as it stands buf
material to the five selected nrobablv would grree to counsel
f s and teach them how to Qn arms rnol before p-s'ntg ut
ft for peaceful purposes. future military Pid-if the Eu-
return, the five Involved rooeen nations themselves can
Jons will supply the Soviet set one Uip.
130 with raw materials for
c research and production. Secretary of State John Foster
giving atomic aid to the Dulles twice has turned down
countries, the Soviet Union demands by French Premier
S increase substantially Its Pierre Mendes-France that an
r urces and increase the arms pool distribute American
of highly trained man- aid.
in nuclear physics. Dulles said flatlv the United
Se oviet government, at- States must have the final say
S great importance to the on who gets what.
-ato mic energy for peace-
es, has de13Bed to x-d Dead
4 uientific technical and in- 13 eUevei.D ad
ial aid to other states for
Ihment of experimental A ay Amah O
.iflc centers for developing A l A e
Atomic energy for peaceful
," the announcement Crashes A

w soviet
Ied to thi
bile, the
me, Ceft
Mlan Peop
lia to
7" r coni
iital atom
tyof up
Iemk ]

government nhasI
SChinese People's S"TPHENVIL=I. NJ I ., Jan. 17
Polish People's (T") A United Oates Navy
ehoslovakia. the Super Coamteustlo 'transport
eo's Republic and plane crashed in the stormy At-
Democratic Re- antic 70 miles sMAthwest of
give them here today and alln 1 men
Ig supply equip- aboard were believed eWie3d.
Atrtueton of ex- The plane, whigh had taken
m ric ies with a off from Haroi PI, fXld.
to 6,000 kilowatts for Patuxent, wa -
accelerators of ing to Harmona eM a i==t iI
Itleu*s twd motors out the
lvisaged to give courting plane kat 1 jiq with
ecsseears quan- it, according to UI W *.'
blaBateriais for ceived by the CooaLai
d ar scienutifc New York. --
SThe escort SM
kea an

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(NEA Telephoto)
FEDERAL BUDGET This chart, released in connection with
President Elsenhower's budget message to Congress, shows fical
1956's budget estimate of receipts, expenditures and the deficit.
Deficit of $2.4 billions is $2.3 billions less than 1955 budget.
least "nearer a balanced budg- pletely of the task of figuring
et." out their returns.

The President submitted three
proposals loaded with political
dynamite. He disclosed plans for
an overhaul of veterans benefits,
recommended that the Tennes-
see Valley authority pay Inter-
est on its government funds, and
revived the old New Deal pow-
er project off Maine.

]6pt. ............
ane .ditures .......
Deficit .............


Mr. Ulsenhower noted repeat-
edly In his message to the House
and Senate that his adminis-
tration has made % steady re-
duction In government spend-
ing. The figures for the three
fiscal years gave this breakdown
(in billions of dollars):

al) estimatee) (9Etimate)
.7 $59. W0.
8 63.5 62.4
1 4.5 2.4

He also asked for $12,000,000 The figures also showed that
to crack down on tax exaders fiscal 1958 spending would be
through a closer audit of tax $11,00,000,000 (b) less than in
returns. At the same time, he fiscal 19653, the last full budget
suggested that 35,000.000 small- year of the former Truman ad-
er taxpayers be relieved corn- ministration.

NEA Fears Ike's Highway Program

Will Impede Schools' Expansion

WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (UP)- states cannot do the school con-
tion Association said today that struction job alone," he said. He
President Eisenhower's muli.bil- added that at least 20 states have
lion dollar highway buildit 3- constitutional bans against going in.
gram "will g h ate agling ';t to debt, and other states and local
education" unless similar helgn communities have limits on their
provided for building schools.e p indebtedness.
Dr. J. L. MeCaskill, legislative
director of the 1,000,000 member Several new Federal aid to edu.
teachers organization, said in an cation bills have been introduced
interview that he fears som in congress. One, sponsored by 30
states 'will use for highways mon senators, would provide $500,000,-.
e7 that should go for schools If 000 annually for two years f or
federal highway grants are ex- school construction.
handed greatly without e om.-
mensurate aid for school construe. s L y e,
tion. Mr s.La, Wy r,
There Is a 370,000 shortage at
present. NEA regional meetings ||ie on
agreed unanimously this winter -
that $1,000,000,000 in Federal mon- Dies In 6or
ey is needed annually for
next five years to make up the
deficitCa id .e feared t Mrs. Frances W. Lawyer. retir-
McCask may b e tem ared t he ed Canal employee and well
states may be tempted to -se known resident of the Canal
school funds for road buildings Zone died at 3 o'clock this
"because they get a dollar's worth morning in Gorgas Hospital
of highways or every 50 cents where she had been a patient
they put up" under the govern, since August 1054. She was 67
ment' "'matching" road grants, years old.
McCaskill believes more feder. old
al money is needed for road build- Born in Highland Fall. New
ing but said "every argument in York, Mrs. Lawyer came to the
favor of it s equally applicable Isthmus in 1917 with her hus-
to schools and, In some cases band Angus Lawyer, who was
more uenht.it employed by the Accounting Di.
Mr. enower wll submit a vision as a de ty collector up
year i101,000,000,000 h g ha- to the time of his death in 1925.
way program to congress Jan. 27.
The proposal, made by a presi- Mrs Lawyer was employed as
dental roads commission, would a clerk with the Accountin, Di-
more than double Federal.stAte vision in 1926 and was retired
spending, with the national govern-from anal service in 1950. e
met putting up 30 per cent of the wa"active in local civic affairs
total. sa t S EA i c bor and was a member of the Bal-
The President will send congre boa Union C church and the Or-
another mssge Feb. 15 deal c hioo Chapter of thers alltern
with the choo shore aere. He has Star.
not indicated whether his recm-and si andch
triendatoe s will include federal She Is survived by two daugh-
aids for construction. ters, Mrs. grace Morris, of Bal-
MceCaskill said the NEA, hasbo and Mrs.. Elsie J. Newman.
taken no stand on increasing Fed- of Curundu; a son, Robert X
oral highway aid. But it has atreo- Lawyer, of Diablo: and three
ly urged Federal aid for schools waters and three brothers all of
to take care df the inceasinlgwhom live in the United States,
number of ddrem who W ma- and slx grandchildren.
triculate in tde ears ahad. Funeral services will be held
McCaskill sai the PIMM0, 000 at 4:30 o'clock Thursday after-
a year represents ely 0one- noon in the Balboa Union
quarter of the amount that should Church conducted by the Rev.
Sspowt over the flveoYeat I"Alexander H. Shaw. Eastern Star
a ne sthe i d t me-services will held at the same
;tare of ncrNAl relace- time. Interment will take plVa
Mf ,in. the Abany Rural Cemtery
qn a pk 00 Iat se Al I JwI orkL


New Budget

At A Glance

-President asenhower's fia
195I budet at a glance:
SnNBWG- .f99 ,000,00-
down $1,1ie,0,0,0 from the cur-
rent year. Two-thirds of It is for
national security programs.
REVENUES-4O0,000,0'W -
an increase of $1,00W0,M, e over
the current year reflects a
"strong and prosperoes" econ-
DEFICIT-Regular budget It,-
4095,90,8 in the red, compar-
ed to 4,5,00,000 this year. But
the so-called cash budget,
which also includes income and
outgo of social security and
other trust funds not included
in the budget, would show a
surplus of $58,000,0o firqt In
four years.
TAXES-no tax cuts this year.
Cuts in corporation income and
federal sples taxes due April 1
should be postponed. But "fur-
ther tax reduction remains a
firm goal of this administration"
and the President is hopeful that
new cuts "will be justified next

Bon B"elieves

Rlusi Wit D si

Gpmi jUiiI oid
' BNN, Jan. 37 (UP) he
Weat rman government said
today all sign Indicated Russia
would talk German unification
wiht the West after rearmament
is authorized, despite 86viet In-
sistence to the contrary.
In any case, the Western de-
fense alliance including West
German rearmament must be
ratified before any East-West
conference, the government said.
Its statement was issued after
top level consultations on Rus-
sia's statement Saturday that
ratification of the Paris treaties
would rule out East-West talks,
and offering to open relations'
with Bonn if they are scrapped
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
conferred with his ranking as-
sistants on the Soviet statement.
"World peace and German
reunification in peace and free-
dom can only be achieved
through a fusion of the free peo-
ples," the government statement
said. "It Is only then that they
will be able to enter successful-
ly into negotiations with the So-
viet Union.
"All Indications are that the
Soviet Union, despite all Its
claims to the contrary, will be
ready to enter into talks on
German reunification after ra-
tification of the Paris treaties."
Bonn officials generally dis-
missed the Soviet statement as
one more propaganda move in
the Moscow campaign to head
off ratification of the rearma-
ment pacts.
But the opposition Socialists
called It "sensational" and said
it merited careful study.

Queen Elizabeth
Employs Diviner

To Find Watch

LONDON. Jan. 17 (UP)-Queen
Elizabeth U plans to employ a
professional metal diviner to try
to fin h d the prized wrist watch
she lost last week. The London
Sunday Pictorial said today.
The watch, a present to the
Queen from former President
Lebrun of France when she was
Princess Elizabeth, fell off her
wrist while she was lifting her
dog over a fence on her country
estate at Sandringham last week.
The queen and two ladies In
waiting with walking sticks,
some farm laborers and a cou-
ple of soldiers with a mine dl-
tector were unable to find It.
The Pictorial said it had tol
the queen -through Scotland
Yard-about diviner Bill Youg,
who lives near Sandringhabmra
has quite a reputation for d-
ing lost metal objects with a lit-
tile wooden ball on a strla.
holds the ball in froO$
and whem tt starts w'l
a circle be says h k

ms Budget



111 PYS t~

BUDGET DOLLAR This chart, released In connection with President isenhweg bget
mesimage to Congress shows where the budget dollar comes from and where it Sge. Tt
estimated expenditures for fiscal ar 1956 are $62.4 billions. estimated receipts tot $60.0
billions, leaving a deficit of $2.4 i 4bon. -* e
n -' pea ot-l 0.0

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BegIMs 4er Sea Trials Toddy
S e a ol sister h of doesn't reure on f
rdmh;T "etl P l ae do
.th atom-powered _bm e a short distance from the pier. --
Nau]lu .be ea today TWo More atomic submarines al-- a --
to4 strslnessto become so have been authorized. IL /L eaAue
a Navy ship of the line. Aboard-the Nautilu will be 'I'e Le g
Comdr. *n*-am* 1 P t. ili5 .a-3 i 1-.l

The trials get underway 23
years after former President
Truman laid the keel, and almost
a year to the day after Mrs
Dwight D. Eisenhower chriten-
ed the blunt-nosed 300-foot ves-
sel with a two-dollar bottle of
The 55-million-dollar Nauti-
lus leaves from the pier of the
electric boat division of General
Dynaucss orp.
It will go dpwn the Thames
River under its own nuclear pow
er and prced:to an oerating
area in Long land Bound for
week-long surface tests.
The tests are designed to
check engines, electronic de-
vices, steering mechanism and
other apparttus. The 3,000-ton
Na'-tilus will return to port at
Intervals during the try-out pe-
This will mark the first time
the vessel will be seen in motion.
A speal Navy-supplied pres
boat wll carry newsmen, cam-
eramen d photographers to
the test area behind the histo-
ry-making submarine.

Albrook Rescue
Group Sets New

Safety Record
Firt Air escue Group at Al-
brook Air MomMe Base establish-
ed an unprcdolOr safety rec-
ord riday, when aIbeeca*eto
flat roup of Air RMCe serve
to cotmple two years of secI-
d tt yo p UrationM it wa
aoae tdy

speclally-tralned crew and 64 cl-
vIllan technicians and official | D
observes. Girls5,.O I
Plans for the Nautilus 'were
made six years ago. The Navy ---
started selecting the crew In 1952
so the sailors should master the eight births were refted at
complexities of their Jobs. Coco 8010 Hospital the
Skipper Wilkinson was chosen Wri a dIngI
not only for his prowess during *
World War II as a torpedo di- tU tsadmtitted sad70
rector officer but also for his. ed during that peftod.
mathematical know-how. was report-d.
Babies were born to t w.
The 31.ysr-old commander, a Ing Ameican citen. -0 d
former echer, iL a graduate of M..'
San Diego Cafif. State College. S e, soa~ Mr. aitut'M.Jt oha
He did not attend Annapolis. D. Rector, of Coco Solito, daugh-
The Navy feels certain the 85 ter; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
enlisted men and 12 officers can Winkler, of Coco Solfto, daugh-
stand the pace of the Nautilus, ter.
which is capable of circling the Babies wre born to the fol-
globe in a month without re- lowing pArents of other nationa-
surfacing. cities: Mr. and Mrs. Melchor 2.
The Nautilus is able to travel Sayoc, of New Cristobal, son:
almost indefinitely on just a Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Notyce,
handful of atomic fuel. One of Rainbow City, son; M and
pound of fissionable material Mrs. Samuel Yarde, of Colon,
equals the energy output of more daughter; Mrs. Edward B. Cal-
than 2 million tons of coal. lmr., of Rainbow City, dauhter'
The Nautilus can stay under a asd Mr. and.Mrs. Dave I. White,
long time because atomic fuel 6f Rainbow City, daughter.















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