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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00630
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tion of American Statle todrl ot up ftM^^
tween Costa Rica and u toW
dents that might touck Dao i
A charge that Co bnw", l o
Nicaraguan territory y phr'ad has
raguan troops hurrying bor
.Li. Quintanilla M an .t oA
lion invpgotming the o
and air patrols will be the
day to prevent any fur Jncidsentq1, /
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eand 61/4 miles thie nw nPck" be
L oNicaraguan etl1 a, where ot o e
in the revolt has tak The paoiset wre f
tIkt over the me t noon.
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Inats flhnwo9mer' +vj .

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Com auction director.

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to a maw'. wek
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age increase of weekly.
Seybold tO, repre-
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rental schedule w l not be
hanged during t present cal-
etdar year.
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Students e=AWied na h Canal
Zone's Latin Aierican Bechools
wll'end thb isrront term. on
Jdarch 31 a* tArt their 15-
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In keeping with the conversion
(Continuea a.nat"e t. Coleta 6)

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have been spended since Dec.
2C, wM be 'humed this week-
end at E0l o beer garden.
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aid in the upteep of local char-
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day, coineiig Baturday and
Sunday nt
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sh'e search fothe weapon sen used in the assassination of action took pInly s bout '18 Seed and a
Used to asualnatrilient Jo- President Rem6n iad the slay- miles north r&lberior alight- -the
SAntonloRe m6on Jan. 2tg of three others y south ofr et m o
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etfl- underway toay as Pana- Fpe Juat.:obarwho appaenty h out a conrd- for
A Canal diva-and il with- attorney uillermo apparently papt Santa R on lu
obce continue ,,rbing the Marquez Bricefo has been re- In other sallents. doubt
*O m of Pan. tasned to defend Oulsado, said sit
S lient may reain incom- Official sor es here Indicated
donfessed s91* Ruben 0. nnmoncado until tomorrow, when one government column was out- Il. wtts
Mtd, who spent of the da he hopes to be ale to t.lk to flanking the-rbels by moving up 508r -_-
tetday a bos the Pan a thqe peached Prlentk the coast almost to the Nicara-

replworted SM^ fr..t t rfce
Culhlaunch Da.H i today to new brea c a se air i
Cllen D. Hardin help th d iv locate the lJe wasl AjI t M a i am demon-
Sehmlaser subuabbhlne gun .o fl F- El str intaleng. ei.j capital city.
said h threw lS the Msea 4e Two of the W'i bustd t
day after the mp.Mr. TLe An l W ity while atlhe s .ts
%" lIllUM A-n nW N rnm nto tAn'est cheering.
Thb diving tons are be- The CostaSe pta were
ing carried th a larie VIENNA, Jan. 30 (UP) Corn- trained by tr Air force fuierl i C
autmber of sre standing munUit Poland claims its ea- and their proagess waas assing- gus ea.
SiMP at every iV oacn t0b *eeTs have constructed a Jet I fr t.
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are n. o ed f bu n men buil ru--J B3
beach by en wlkelw n r ij si
the area. Te director otie nPolish1 we A. eanadsa t so te
lMeanwhiUe, d4 d President r Zyale W te tt nor of se uppmeedly la
TJoad Ram6n a0 o still xe has beenimgJeiRts on the S outh POW&
aned Ince eado in the a quantity sce f a0. of the NicarguaS W
1 rcel Modelo as reports Meanwbile-rh m l a
circulated to effect tt The present type s "far su.- advises hale de fdm otb
Jorge Gonsilea, er of GuA- peior to the Cor odng air. brook Air Force Sass, _.__
uapdo' business IlatesW bad -e type rodu in Wwtern s UAr C-47 C or Cotf E0 l to Btu
been arrested, entries" hesaid. soat the organization of Amer- h"e 3
lcam States In its present inves- be
There is some' speculation as All Jet parts are constructed Uigation of the dtoane -
to whether M really threw aside Poland with Polish raw central Amerca, o a
the w ipon In a. Police materials, he said. ttmeat r. d rs CS- .
were reported Jteng Reliable sources believe the rbenCon .. S s
other lejuds toomin an Wml It Is a version of the Soviet The dgl- who were re-
gar W. Calluway to locate the g m or wea euetePf U.n. Aied Forces r -
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eeuin water of Kensico RIe- Hawtbhors N. I He said heard Derata A
night in a needles Latino aI old them splashlngIa the water and shoot PraisesSo Vi s eo
effort to save the life of a fickle she wanted to ito the ag: I ean't die here please et
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VM FORUM TH READERS OWN COLUMN whose brain at 1ogether uar first penedL ml three laa geiedfomplWs
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cur newest m gat lawsave S elects at yas d1 ch aic eeI "

S. .wasn'Ot at Jly fri-end ly, began, sIylvania did when e it elected rt mth em eack to their
The Mail Boe is ew open forum for reades of The Panama AmeShe shortly after e Princeto ysi- Gere a e y e ames to dve a et
are received grtefully and are handled in a wholly confi5ntiaIlcist left a national lly h ed-u p i g o 28 vote s. o h U rI
Gereres Leader bya ta
gteonroinlawsrAvl ve. #oarrcicknas. eggs but will be ese.

Sdaey. Letters e p Iished in the order received. cized our s urity practices. He t ,orequently gone Dem ocratic, th me weak .and ase-
lease try to keep letters Imited to ne p ngth. said, in effe that our nation waa sde ses.
Ieaty of letter witer iso held n stris onfe ond d was asking en toe ture inc their So the oaer day Iw u o vernor a a a alit
Tide newspeper essumme no responsibility for statements as oplalon brains He chmthatdso mu n n ei t-,- a.Lesder farm nearI Ytk- a to witho cn owi earm,.wh-eh, s.1",,t
_-a fo4edI scientsts werer bmg pts out of ,S..see what theew .ovrno o 1Pen tally. om.s with wat
Sthe US that 0 ta l scientific con- sylvania was like. l e w erey n e r ets th.

"it have taken all the kids away from them, now also I want to plmatmyselfto.tweomen h ad c outride the frm-" corkewhed Gov. ictam st w1t a odco
what happen to the lovely Intramural program that ran These d be held here. rnor Leader, "wa my alary a t
Con hgnlressman Woaiter rmmediat- d wdhTloves fai et'in Th re -eedr r M
The vears ne t R argument thiatin they Ahlentic Division ly wrote to te prof uessor.Thei I out of ac mAn mr~c eg aDe lat. thm
the d hidintofg o make old ink tri ey on e h does not mind Wasingtonan ase futhercheck rite- b, hmeother do atwei u a y cu te uwwel ct ite i a
you the wear sat my boys. Seems beyond rstom ea of the physical "eaeor a list o scientists who m P tht the governor-elect, li th h pl D l

I teachers' dignity to work w ith lower gru off hurh ha been turned me_ He then .. ... too the o atoho f Pes- oak .ryp..Uoe.
Sor some time watched the programs runabl s ee o

and Ahon and Im want you to know they are doing a splendid hes were "badonlck of tm
ob the ones who attend gym very afternoon for fun. They S t. "t Pennsylvania,"en he nay, "th. ra
conscittentious about ther duties, more o than some Iey have no dated Ja 'ennsylvania Demo rt d poultry armer have always beeo e lltlbe. hiks.. .

whetheprivtehie tio observe from sideline. cb at wvlonow ne had agaIat that. We think awe can man thbeSA hdt
Aring on anthlng they mighOSe t Seel m to do. We salnl see this -m .an Wascti, Ioer immhe wioult Buovea .there are nhe eian. t bac o
Jumet a eadwoth. d AI seai in io lspots t -ag letter that made no attempt to compile and income g. i year .at o,.the pollwlae s d t

Sthe d e s isin the le la sf to two men outside by Mr. Beno. tt itor with v ad s lo
eot m have taken all the kids away from them, now a Io Iwn o, rt..ms rno i f 1 Pro en Leadrm, wasmsal buutvt.at.sr...

h wem one niwht a week. ppen atdSthte Manl lI naMALL VS. BIG FApMg toheve, T O heorge w aeere.my
Sf r three years In Elementry Schools andr tPzle peope e in advance to avowed sa s andtht wan ylvaa he ce in
etelakahodonhesenouWh refused immediate permisi onmco | th pce kDenogi toreark o t o ne
o utnerolnc kwisrn run g n do- h winr Wte frimeer. Lender ehcfsims ef iitioug bw o.
Sw g t ar ta e tt mn of gd wl on W NON -N Te R n t t is s d to sh gt a U.. a farm of 10 acrem prchas
A o DON they rueacb ot h sides of the security question as been a terrific ruckus in Wash be unearthed dety marshals. be ap through a GI loan. He can make it
other lSnd hiding to make people think they ae by. theeen Wle-,eply as.doE isenhowomi
ts reports thach it realistically and ac ngton the last few months ver Mr. obbins at P headquar pted after p a om pay only by intense pealation i
ow ting Italmport all th gym. atelyck again.an appeal to rason Republican efforts to get their ters also maintains hi own file pettive exmiatP adwi baby chicks.
4 Wathen wear t my boy.tl sif political patronageee machinery of Republican applicants for jobs-ofquarters assumes that only tThe average family fae r who
education teachers ither Prof. Oppeneimer is working better, any job. He says his file has about Republicans have bee a doesn't specialize can't make a
Ct on os rit or Walter is right T his can The storm began when a young 3000 names in t all the time. Some to h jobs. But it ha pt no living on 100 acres any more," the
e dbe easily determined. And it should White House assistant, Charles F. 50 new applications come in every records up tot't gernr tends, "o me an a to

S Decay Unbleached be. T estee for Prof. OppenWils, Jr., issued an order to all weeks knot more of them are driftinon to l U n
Shave fosom e time watched the programs r out at a oheime nT t sa grep t o then rofh tse s oren. ts from reallyad story thBenson should upporf the mo erius

and con and I want you o wor.nowH vews of the U.S. wspeni .l p rting and their job va. congressmen or, tte ad local Re a point w relates problems the nation faces. LANDIS, N. C. 3UP)
S8 Dinner urse mold the views of other opinion cancies and g promotions political leaders. Some come from to edule C. Here are the to The Leader farhouse is not Police sought e a
S9 24 Folds 40 Wingshaped ma scientists and philosophers through his officethe applicants direct. About the policymag s. There were you woultryd expect te governor abandoned car for leads i
Competent as reed on the TV Willi jot ev because there are countcafeel trial state to e living in. It's housewife whose ude
Swim I rivlle e teo oserge f gy wi-r ammd available to t.hoaunw Pr ds tl re requemtc ....... t h ama nemat. we t Twer a wa f. b h er .ht-year
lo wh ht gh 1.Oneeofthephysicitd s atmr, atAnern o
Al iaB haape to its wheels and see for'.- aya.a lawyer eantitn trowdnpe ho lee tnhou h tte r.t . -n vithe Mn

*erd. et, a can Job Starer cannot exoerihwce, the Robbinevens personnh to cemia tIo haap testers o
t to play with. Im pekin o ate class hours it of a three-houthery canlt gand is one of theutoequcalfy. om wio There'H ai: ger kitc s industry, nw face the ol.

XXoke of 0 eimer's talk and phil. This applies to the so-called If it finds an applictat who seep i vale secretaries, t ngl ts relations which served ag dain. room to. by SpicT, I. C.*Ofoopersid
e btered. *the osoph he half-hour program "303"i leaders bo virtue of his chair- o m qualcatons, isers and even chauffeurs. But And there's a arrow hallway man reported eventual atmiv

S eemis ri as in the pa y co e shoia this country was ptscoa re of qua Service his fi ise hiring ag- that's been converted t air Ie
I hnieghst i a t ma n rs p o a Di out of the three hours. Now a in e tial assistant, te ay ora oie here the eor a
ather e Glnce ttutone-hour addition is being made o e Washingtn. Formerly case whether it the GOP they have made oad A elet' secretary trie up a way just orth ere.
What heAp doesn a ba
to-................ re.o ents w erhte S "batedeonatof B. Peter dS sforthe bae not succe of ben govo'

(30Claim .........vry fIAll this universities. And a were flled by local hrng regular, or takes someone else they have been able to grab off with the flood h letters githe Sherri Artor J. Shl ing

L tin a -- l -- two-hour version is being sold to Now the must e cleared through All government lawyers are in are som Sp to t00 poliny.making new goveryr free advice adon w s County theorized ll
aieneti o the Granada circuit to Britians's Washtngton, what is known as Civil Service jobs. dto run the state of Pnvania took the har after slaying the at.
tn m ThrobBert Millncurateions will therefore form their tial appointees, Mr. Wiois tries t behre put examin atis on. The beee defede by Presidet Eisea-housekeeping, was puttg her b ..

SAwinter o o pinin of American culture and keep the Republican National Con blian siuld have asked for howeru is intended to change is to nap, whe I arrived at 10 discovered abut 4 p.m. by
Al urtlv the Ameril an mind from the words can mitte orm egan wen a youn namesignation of all lawyers who situation. has recBu tly placed a.m Her eldest son Michael, son, ohny, when he returned
t ntao-- wi m hoe ng O of this eadeterminedn. And If our count. vacancies coming up for six did n ot have Civil Service status a number of lamoe-duck ongresss- aged 11, we af assistant ourse, and from schooL
W Cast1abareot punghee greater throuing scien thegovernmen aen whensthe GOPM came to Washington men in imortat jobs. They werei there is another boy. aged six. .M.. Barnes was clad o.l.

a Charitable Dry, T ists, we deserve to bthe UScriticized. This gives Chauncey Reir ob vacongressmesn or, but sta and locidn't. val epubcated isomie cases by firnlat Duringolem the nao campaign, Mrs. a Iajam,, bottom and was-
1 contributAi een e. E If Congressman Walter is right ctor of personnel and assistant How many may have been fired Civil Sere employs, with lon Leader drove her husband around wn a ll and the
SActive heimer in which t he said thatof o ter op Hallnioncanc and m notify senators not know. It was up to each age fromt le C.has been damned stayed with their grandparents ci to lht neck i n a attempt

4 pNotchedsm ie mw a o scientist lacked information on the and representatives of vacancies to decide for itself. But those lawa by government workers all over lt most of the time she had to to stopIea flow- blood frm .
4Large e tA deserved congressmen can then notify their ement payroll can hardly be got the Civil Service and t sherit kens soaked pajama tops apparently
l_ Farn Especially ion other fields, such They may relay the news to coun Mr. o bli somewhat regretfullyr will be investigated by De ieraus f nIng in York County for seven found in the mit-hen sdi. y

w |311mi ly seeking Americans to front for uip one of the i r poultry ty coner, said Mrs. Barnes died
;.sm padyon ly n s i

pMl ". them in trei. sOcmur State p- th l f m ove M. R si a trs of the seo sg.pom tn wno s o e..ek or
It-aapal t 'les so-- R liane f or b thts to geeir. eey also. -r.i e Robinhipersownnflth.. leinw, hbyci.
S.ssenta Aing is forced to deny passpe-houl toore.wts to such al .s ,|.ifJ- The e Asre mode . t he sells hdep uto o her ac .l He said

aS shcan ex pe rieSncens who wold hepteumip,000 baby aa West. she I- be'n struck I \saas
wTOfintr stoRus imer'sf. Obplkhemerisbwouknbterndob.ce sagohisougehasaoIteubiashcaThere'sW 'onn't s.pec ihizcn' amka
Wmlterhis rita and phl,- ms apples o the so-cuaef nns an applca nt wo s eeme, scjb.ni rlongswch srves a dining me teo. b l, ."O o a.
Csash '- -e half-hour pg 3eral District Court in Washington bs r thought dalr, s .rming was a e potly strugled with her layrv-
is'Den5Unb e" shto direct the State Dept. to reverse reasonably skved bu int In i once traces of blood were *found

outMasure tr itself and issue thrha passport to him. Man About Town Kane) and boxer Vincent Maree behind a clump of ecoout trees" seay s poultry faratheng is much in all but one bedroom of the
7D..- ptaone-hour additics been ided being made utse was cn. oneze ther own lightning. .. Yezizz ALL under lile t- m te so. Governor Leader torents five-room house, located i
l,^ and- i wor.ld../availab Not the nvleast of the reasons for Thwere e House shuddengrear, d Forty ten Airli someone tesses ave a gith the flood e n' t by them. He rural community neaAhr here
14Pr .imioiss oustrh denleal is is i ol abortion w bout it. One cleareading dipl have m en. Most awyersto Captains Latest Subert A poly-mallng feud s them from a dvicew poultry The sheriff st Mrs.

Lgal$oe prdpagandmsts, operatic h through a cutie he picked up in Parise backer's crews . Matt Cveticp (cThe plowei Peach") th the oneo tu develop shifts iea textile m at Kanaa.
theifmr'- h w Ios 'tee worhla n itn fo r instance, a years.aHe'd aneed the daffy-dotorme the iregnaon o lawYeres wo saon. I as rc .y pea.m, Her eldet Dd the gazettes retr ae
f -- r -, w'. I ^- H tom-tom arouses a native our courage. vacan he fes coming uapped at or six not have Civl Servic e a number of lame-u ongressut aged 11, was assistant urse, nd m sh
Casta ba.llt tryhasFriThe Itryimhabesmen patierlbeu t o en nths ahead Satdee Review whed thGo rhh amond kWashing men n portt s.They were ere s another boy, aged six. wa la

14 ri '** CharbIeists, we despeakerv hey elect a deleriti called critic Geo. Frazier "an un fred Isaacs and later linked ro- tee cases n firing During part of the mpai, Mrs. pajam bottom d wa i.

ate to guess what the World educated Boswel." He is suing. mantica.vy with iSpain's King Al fords auto w te g
I-comti'Ibutimaiu^ *" I I I I /deratif Con of Trade Unions, which He medireoly personnel and asststan ) Hw many may have been fired Cvil ie employs, m lougtLeader drove her husn ard W d t kt
2AtIve .heier in which he said that. the Hall, a cancer to noty senators. no now. it was up toU eac agency. Ts prae ahas baeen raTmnedstayed with their grandparent.cloth to h neck In an attempt
S4 Noted ke leaders centLst lked or nti "oaie Mutin" John Hodiak and RusseDut hosee y verme wors an ( ut most of the time s ha sto fw c d fm
sw I.. ....subject, then uch m Is not es e owrema on the govon as a t t home with chdre an and his wife.(" o) ahe wed tund. He aid the blood
Lrg Ideserved,.congressmencanthenet if y at heoisrei's mic n .. p smanRicac pave n uiy er ente. ayrol ca n arsdly e gtnithe C vil Service aner cesoaed ama top, pp
IKhmf~ -r~ E' /' [specitat y ins other filds, suchLnTey may relay the nHe. too hun-Mr. R m o mewhat reretmlly wi be vespt a by emocrattning I r or u r seven in the kien
Labor, the Soviets are constant ty chairmen. By bths daisy chain, I ev.siaervice Schnedue B are congr snat c snenilttfas. L etratlons, and Goerge Leader[: Dr. R. B. Weight, Rowan
Ti.aple"alleyo se.e~in Americaoans tofrontfoers cw-ihes one of the isagser poultrymty.corner, said Mrs. Brs
advrsg 0t Alsth a rekganodth J (e d dofteYon

a T !!is forced to deny passports tho suh .. L l m J nis Dor to ana ons, d Dianh dseehe s.ln dep ut or hera nec. He ld
Uh .S.cintiens -who would h elp thelt tsbeall enoonb edis.anamreded bhen ocida rr s Vo -,b
Loutokfthel Pue Roues.Nowa t. fore W altertW ioftheserjobareButit' pesteli h a ea Y oahereku RENTINYformldcowhrapegvern
SOratal ousae r case oith theG am ow on te nect. There was nos
130oClai m'avilamplet n d ath. He h sjust..aseade ed-loa inreg -.warahaepdeneb th s.p ea .f lt trpg t
r.a.W Distc tCwr tatis kon aCildS r vithojht oebly strug led with her a

A Hehnas mbeendiene anee0l .i oniner a headir o lghentnn. Ig.htn n. orb. Yezizz ALL under, st td Io Go ve at :e-
not theA east, ofm ite reasons f bord ie neehe a House sudaoered eor y ihe n Airline harchstesses rLo-e o s.vI 'rent ,-a rnfvi, re-rom omus, lced inon, aa.
such denial tis his colabor I tfi naout n it. Oneof our leamgdin dipc- i s have inotae. Most to Captinst Latest Shubert Ale f eud hin g He iant ut e ai a
S With Soviet propagandsts.. mnthsn arihed to etaer B riaMn ,wi. h e anlt ri os apt. Eddie Riken-., ue ipaywright ath o nwr elT shher..f snd -rs Bafrne
a utie he picke upiniweParisese bia Gtoeeerea 'cew at ,,KgiesCh eIs alwde Pleach .thKuter oe i oov. dcabe andherhusthebnd workee dign, M

paadIstsC opgess ratingW thr o irtughpeoelan is badge mnmahvebnfidC rliemos ,dwith lon- ed rdrove ernh toadvlif
41eSoviet-run Wordin Feissecondleton tcoPrandfashedn Natio nia 'Wairs a CommunistfoGrPhtar. Dito ythe Ania.Szakos-itedoslaecordshnderpollsmocr N.sC..nandvthe husbanwas
"Activof trade Unicns, hhae pru a S.ta ...h Halla cetono wi get the ena Lor has a new book, "w deedoo backstage uptoea .h prog'y" seerac tek am works whn the swing occu
Sa film. It is intended to stir.the al his $25,000 per year salary for Walk one," due May 1st, the Their chus susni*Jan (h ma whatlev_ alomee. rmutr rd. -
45 Notc].like scieAfrican continent against e Wonest life if hestaRays on the job only 2Reds hoide orayItl. It w ilnot add btoBn-.d Soe "vBut'h"m sCa
81.sawol "r snbe in it, fOrt instance, a eaersin he'teOted the daffyd cto. rtheirw joy.nowre. Did e gazett.eWs res~ h ae coiah tat. I t.. '.Z i. _#Ae
ar"'. tThI amtr oseibesmenmather. They lstepensict n eO c- n T Stdeen 'oeveies .ouieshndamoendkngWl mfo sem h st, ,_s'w aLa caiticon fhJr sbn
is to ee dgto dessy tWpoasspWor les ducath nosel --" ,- Caw. he r.lt
togamspeaker. he elect dde- callted cic Ge i a u fred a a later lk rte
has been charged by U.S. abor ture Medal and has a Masters. They say It was scide . Ray a ine len Wnor"
leaders wth being a vicious ant."Caine Mutinyy" John Hodiak and Russell Davicni, one of the Jelke'Tnhe -sherstof a new sng' _-_____
mles. ore-and much worse. Iris lores er amly produced case top whu k witnesses, and his wife, ") shelled ot st0emlh in
i,.et it Ic Caul romeso n as Cose mata Rica presidents) preferwill be shortly. Mrs Davioni isich the rg r..

advertising it. All three are. great are now "Midwest schIow teachers" Jack ("Dragnet"i) Webb and:A red "Mymtav'ef To .Y"is m 'ch
artists but they serve te So.f... Lowell Tleomas, Jr. and hisFDorothy To ine, who announcedsandDWa b-ng'eotb Artheuru

i .. ,' rein across .the, wOn I of p~m-rican, ., Barbara Chicago exploiter handle the mat- May S i" "W. who splits
-...,our own land? ,1i.Ion's Holly od dates were ter i Margaret Burden. so- m ,olre eol then
scdeilihicolbrto e .abuitOnyver leoadngire Wih. aies wearing Dan Child's be- strattditat ee
withovi,,.-pa-ndsts Suh ats t Iit oeyn t emembeiritrothan headlogts t ofCa The Rod eri t Ske wlde sr U ,1
J PEadev light of. DiMaggio's trouble expect a little.-c-inMarch...Lve ,,ie owePa

rDeer heiress h'as gone kerplunk lusive articles about Dr" Kinsey g l a: -
S over Al Williams o f the 4 Step ran in the mags, ought know. She ipIatl 4 R "
Bros. Act. .. Queen Liz's skirts reports teevee star George Gohel newspaper ad 5
are special weighted to keep is Kinsey's image. . Bandleader .oi a.ho_*.
them from g teased by the Ben Cutler reminds you O .- ar, ..i i.
high winds . The Kudner ad Vallee in his youth G. . e .be has cme -- 3 le
agency (the happy bridesmaid' on MacDonald (she's like an-. am-bW anW c-at-d a sbM o
the Gleassa-Bui- marriage) will glass with oa t cf the sand at tOwe ]of je i ls1?
get $1,650,000 l haommissions ... top) is the mew gleam itn toWhis s i
No truth whtever to the rumor producer Richard Gordon's orb. to -
S -- that lubirosa will jilt Zsa-Zsa and IBroadway is at its nudest in 'mar w sO -
S woo Gleasson .... Marion's Car- More than a dozen oi the It" I C
-anwhoIn py__negie Hall apt. was burglarized eleetriceks are gone. No rela to
g man who is pply-te nage souvenirhunters.ments.
Ihfor a Job hldoul ni make d.hi. Black Book. (End-
so'h hat eShrekI) From a New York socityoj'u: "F, -
!.'Bilg PlankingtonkmuIti-tbma
;&& -f ice -iata "Maestro ikokowski (who lost his Ia g air@ k o a illwa b
seme if itidewnbefre e i iaYWGlsraeW) ence starred in a ffMtn~ gia nomi-'
so drOL.1do.:." "amj
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11BOSI, Jan. 3 (UP)-. Lil had a mild virus fever Tuesday,
teoau jwSe w rUA loiMU was.reported improved todmy.
1iyget-w~i ua wisd.' alema >)e- The convicts themselves asked
weras to b.ue w sour m hardened for the guards' food in a tele-
cnmuala ueir ."oo or awr phone cll to the warden's office.
muany at Mas"achusetts biate Father Hartigan again appeal-
k-'u, were .ey were homwinu ed to'. Grpeen and his, tre cohorts
li uusageIs as ugwopi. to surrender and prevent bleed-
u, iwy .iw .,, naughuter01 at shed. The four who keep posted
TmAeoaa.s suday uesa, rin on the riot's progress by new. -
aund ux te iutinearjs, weas t casts over a radio, refused. Father
same Lan praun anu uusad ur twu Hartigan and MeArn reported the
uaalfsM :wlma eAr lamer. relationship between the convicts
'ALe convursauon s oo k place and hostages was "affable."
thauugh fA w a uw An Lua madry The convicts were believed to
suement'faecon of 5e .prM- still have a cache of food in the
u 'aesire ue eueuaM sjuimiLhs call block kitchen. .
have ield ive guar anu IaA Grfee said that "for every
ouse. simai&&" suvea uue ashot fired at us, for every tear
ai,.. Tuesday gas bomb, me oft yer screws,
iwy a uediant high s.k c ool g r riui aato die:"
"tI h ., ame u prison otueala iU ---
A, efmta n Is uuAi vbia d an e "
dwagi wA VJ at satuarr to a. lat
s oieer. jGrrus Sta te
M mate Police lieutenant, who
companies wect so ugea renous: *
VUWIs, ftduWaiLL.uy A lsng 0V 1
taos; **me,9 was&& nRuec usa5y. SecpIV 5
homaa wouta wa ywAd wo." ae
an not hear Grein's repay. -'e -
iisou ae amer trta n .ae ,, ,Finanial support for "t h e
S' 0. O Caribbean Girls state come
* ^ s an a e from the American Legion and
"uAoritImf.ires" ,ueir "wait American Legion Auxiliary, itsI
ana see" campaign. posts, its units, the Forty and
-S was mpiaissau for the reb. Eight, the Eight and Forty, and
els to.nr-oreaout a& their fortress. from organizations with an In-
SAmy i, amed was a terest in citizenship training and
Ug- vlie ay S X illmeter can. recognition of Its oalue to the
.m" eu me0 She. maon girlss and to the community.
no .as we D e.ups. Each girl who attends is spon-
&mn s- tent ee e. -oed ,W scored by one of these groups,
t A o sa d iehe R v. wan. the sponsorship fee covering all
Ode' j.dy... t. . xpense of her six-and one-
Freshrelays of State and city ha-yo stay at Caribbean Girls
police and prison guards ringed State Is-. .0. ...
the. seCtton of the prison where in addition to operating ex-
theinsurgents were noled up. P6eft funtd must be furnished
'iis blaming, the Rev. Ed. to send the two outstanding citi-
ward T. Hartian, Catholic chap. zens chosen to represent Carib-
lain, atd Dr.' amuel Merlin, pri. bean Girls State to Girls Nation
ao4 Dnylcali, were permitted in in Washington, D.C.
th_ ea bloek with hot food for To date sponsorship have been
the five gurds held prisoner. received from the following:
The chaplain and physician re- American Legion Auxiliary -
mained inside the cell block while Department of PAnama Canal
the guards ate. They were report- Zone $50; Mr. and Mrs. John E.
ed "weB a still harmed." Jemtison, Balboa, $20; Coral
Guar ie Wills, who suf- Chapter, Q.E.$. $20; Pedro Miguel
fers from a heart ailment and Women's Club $20; Amnrican Le-
Al *l v.lllnrTv > Un~t No- 7. rt

roup Ar es

Saar Agreement
PARIS, Jan. 20 (UP) The
German rearmet actplear-

pt feila affairs _p.
paedh r neaMnt.
The committee also proposed
Feb. & as tfhe.date for starting
debate on-the treaties in the up-
per house of parliament, offi-
c ialy the council of the Repub-
%The powerful committee began
studying the interlocking pacts
during a recess In a seven-coun-
try conference on a European
arms pool. W
"The agreements were ratified
by the National Assembly last
month by a vote of 287 to 20.
Now any amendment whatever
In the Senate would saad the en-
tire package back to to-e As-
sey, which at beat would de-
lay overall ratification Indefi-
Only-, the two Communists on
the foreign affairs comnpttee
voted, against the Saar agree-
ment to "!uropeanize" the In-
duitil-" basn between Prance
The Sa" accord was tied t
with the other agreements on
the rearmament of West Ger-
nmny within the ranks of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion amd the-Western European
Union. From the French stand-
point, the Saar accord was one
of the least controversial. .
The conference on the arms
po l whch oe.ned Monday ad-
Tuesday night until Fri-
da to allow thime to study Ger-
mapl cDter-opcmale to French
plan that would Impose controls
on OferM= rearmament.


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Authorities replied that 'V one sAhqetalked with her father by tele-
of you hills. all of you will die lnlOne. SUe pleaded wita him to
the electric chair." surxnder but he gave her a flat,
The. prisoners deamnde. ge-t. ".Ao
away car in exchange t. tVi hos- ..O'rien said Toby was "kind of
tages' lives. m blue" today after ner talk witr
Authorities said "no 4de al ." IGaen
They were prepared for,- long .'I, asked lag, 'How does 1,
siege. M I ,, --me jus. shook hBt
I I.acud," O'Breie d aie.
State troopers were standing Sesides Grepn,' the other rebel
watches of 12 hours on 12 ", colnvicts were .rniz Swensou, q4
All days off were canned fr= serving life for the mutmer of a
prison guards and poe gin police serea; Jusep A. Flaner-
set up flood lights to pay1 the y. 31. once Boston's Public Ene.
blockaded building. my u. i who is serving a 21 to
36 year term. and Walter A. Bal-
Toby's in-person -pleax yel today en, Ns, servmg 23 to as years tcr
was her second att~ipt a- t armed robbery. All face addition.
her father to give up. Tuddi lI terms of 20 years for the at-
night, with O'Briea appVal, tempted escape.
u- er guards held hostage with
.. Wills were Gerald D. Hadlick, 28;
aMartin F. Mulkern, 25; Thomas
r'7Pr.5 D. Ryan. 25, and Warren 0. Har-
V t? l lgUmn, 29 .
O r Tne section where. the rebelli.
SAsoIhs' 0W convicts are hdled up is sep-
pI s rsiP5. arted from other building within
"~, .e prison yard. A 1igl rred-brick
- well surrounds the entire prison.
... e The 541 other 'inmates of
er of a citizen of the. United the prison were kept in their cells
States, except that each yer two with all work and exercise de-
girls of other citizens=alp may tails canceled. They were taken
attend as "Observers." to meals in small groups.

(3) A girl must have shOwtn
good qualifications in leadership,
character, courage, h-itA.r ,
scholarship and cOOpl i
She shall be physically t.
(4) A girl may nt hkvoe.a
cpated in a previous heslib, of
Girls State as a citizen..

gionl Auxiliary Unlt .LNo. "7, Four
Clayton, $30.75.
It is hoped that asponsorships
will be received to enable the
attendance at least the 55 citi-
zens at Girls State. The services
of the Girls State staff, educa-
tional staff are. voluntary. In
additiOn to.the citizens of Girls,
tate, the attendance of appro-
ximately 20 staff, members, con-
slating, 'of otgpists, counsellors, Is
, red.
their ta aur wIrd
Check or money order to: Mrs.
RebeeCa L. Hatten Treasurer, WAND MERR R-Mt i 1.
Caribbean Olmbs Stkt; Box No. which, % a two-gun coboy
2562 Cristobal, Canal Zone. who set out to fnd a mythical
Eligibility requirements f o r "Ft. Apache" in Texas I back
Caribbean Girls State which will home in Detroit, Mich. SEny
be held at Fort Gulick on April left home with his toothbrush,
1 through noon, April l7. are as hairbrush and a box full of his
follows: favorite toys. He also had his
(1) A glirl must be In the junior bankbook with 410J5 on de-
or third year of senior High posit, and $65,000 in stage
school, regardless or Whether money. However, tlheo pistol-
that year ends in June or Feb- toting cowpoke was ambushed
ruary. by police after a bus ride to
(2) A girl must be the daught- downtown Detroit.

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To Win NY Central
NEW YORK, Jan. (UP)-It
cost Robert R. Young and his as-
sociates aore than 26 million dol-
lars to win control of the $2,600,.
000,000 New York Central Rail-
road last year.
Of the total, more than a mil-
lion was spent soliciting proxies
from stockholders and more than
25 million was invested in some
mllin shares, or 17 per cent of
thb' central's 'stock.
Cost of soliciting proxies to
oust the road's previous manage-
ment, headed by William White,
now president of the Delaware &
Hudson Railroad, was disclosed in
a proxy statement mailed out by
Alleghay, Corp., holding compa-
ny for Young's empire.

HARTFORD, Conn. ( UP) -
Unemployment compensation was
granted to a wbmian who resigned
after 12 days as a telephone solic-
iter because continued verbal abuse
made her nervous. Unemploy-
ment Commissioner Harold
Strauch extended "considerable
sympathy tq the busy housewife
who Is i-terrupted at a crucial
moment by a telephone call" but
added that "two wrongs don't
make a right."

4-s0mpee w sem -
blage, et least three
stores high, keeps tail
cA sutrol foes tree

Til turret col

rour ~iui-M i ** iw
jet engines with take-
off oafterbumenrs can
produce speeds of more
ulm in ha.

el tanks

Wing tips have permanent
foats to supply wingtip
buoyancy when plane is at
Mtit .t ek wnaalv

SIS. THE WORLD'S FIRST-Photo-diagram shows the XP6M-l Martil Sernast'r, P
! ultijet attack seaplane. It has just been unveiled by the Navy at the Martin Ahiaret phiM
Baltimore. Md. A truly water-based aircraft, the Seamaster's primary missions arE e iie-
and photo-reconnaissance. A unique feature Is a water-tight, rOtary mine door., a whics .
I stores or a camera pod can be Installed interchangeably. The Seamaster Is expected toe uI
major role in the Navy's new concept in naval warfare-the Seaplane Striking Puo .


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IPANAMA CITY, Fla., Jan. 20--j Curtis Raymond was sitting be-
(UP)-Police today worked on side his mother's body on the bed
taferal "good leads," including a; trying to "awaken" her when:
her's uniform bearing possible Jones found the body, police said.I
staihs, in the hunt for the "He hit mama with a knife,"
-sglayer of a beautiful young the boy tcld police. "I cried and
lbtier. mama cried, too."
Officers said some 20 persons, Neighbors reported having seen
Stost of them door-to-door sales- a man park his car near the
n Men round up for questioning Jones home Tuesday morning, en-
te f death of Mrs. Lou Ellen ter the house, then drive off lat-
er, 21-year-old wife of an Air er at "pretty high speed."
force sergeant stationed at near- Mrs. Jones apparently had been
Tyndall Air Force Base, had washing dishes when surprised
n released. by her slayer.
But Sheriff M. J. Daffin said Her wedding, engagement and
I his men had turned up new leads: class rings were found in the
adt- "are tracking down every sink drain and police said she
.jOIfI." thad been in the habit of taking
m'nif6fin was given police them cff when she washed dishes.
by a dry cleaning firm and testsI The knife with which the young
ere being made to determine if mother was stabbed and an elec-
.* dark stains on it were blood. tried cord missing from a toaster,
The nude and ravished body cf apparently used to strangle her,
.)s. 0mnes a former high school still had not been turned up.
S Iaul c esatint from El Reno,I Mrs. Jones was the daughter of
a., was found by her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pittman, now
1. St. 8 J esei, 22, when he of Long Beach, Calif.
tdured home from the b a e
T''uway. Officers said she ap- Both Mrs. Jones and her hus-
', rdetly put up a "terrific fight", band were bcrn in El Reno where
.- ialat her assailant. she attended high school and en-
Medical authorities said Mrs. tered a number of beauty con-
Jcnes had been raped and stran- tests.
gled. She also had been stabbed; Police called her slaying t he
twice in the back. "most brutal" they had e v e r
'the couple's three-year-old son, heard of in Panama City.

AMIN -THE FLA_ OF HOPE-.-Flve-y ar-old Mary Koslo-ki,
h, : t he Marhe of Dimes P oster Girl, raises a fiag atop Mt. Baldy,
I ; Ida., officially opening the 1955' March of Dimes campaign. Basil'
S;O'C*Mor',president of the National Foundation for Infantile
S SPeraly.i and students of Harley, Ida., High School help open
Sthe campaign. The bannerwill remain flying until the campaign
d, s on Jan. 31. The Idaho area was chosen because there were
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Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service


8.8. "MARNA" ...................................Jan. 2
*S.S. "YAQUE" ................................... Jan. .S,
S.S. "MORAZAN" *...............................Jan. 29
8.S. "LOVLAND" .................................Jan. m
8.S. "AGGERSBORG" ............................ Feb. 4
*S.S. "RIBUERAS" .................. ......Feb. 5
*Banding Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo

New York Service Arrives
S.S. "COPAN" ..................................Jan. 21
S.S. "AVENIR" ... ........................ .... Jan. 24
S.S. "METAPAN" ............ ......Jan. 24
8.S. "HEREDIA" ......................Jan. 31
S.S. "BYFJORD" .................... .........Feb. 2
S.8. "MAFALDA" .............................. Feb. 7
8.8. "PARISMINA" .............................Feb. 7
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger shis to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angele, Sm Francisco
and Seattle.
Special round trip fares from Crstub 'to, New
York, Los Angdes, San Francisco lik tt.
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dddtl YfrmAb s tSpeaker cf the evln$t owill te
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s, Texas. While in the States, m be t
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Sig P ilt space is available on l likes
.m igma iHeights Road, or across tt4e whet
Mrs.a e. Chapter, Beta Sigma 'Phi street.in the vacant lot ube. i itwa
--we It-,lP.Mreon soron ty sisters `are same workingPhilippine Rattan Frmiu Co. p t
Slightly In uthe. novelty booth i i- a The cocoa honey sauce shown above possesses a magic in- oA,
5.rP...mthetCurundurtFair.-Each Nerlwhal O ficerse t Nw r cocoa. op iea
r Shin rley Smith leded her time to wonumer--Wives Club Lenm ,hednew Baker's noto a.
ousurs during the bit day The Abrook Officers' Wi v The new cocoa not only gives a rih chocoate-y flavor but for a
SaikALrdW F. O'Connor a** fair, helping the Curunu Swim- Club announced today that th. combinesereadily with other ingredients. enTha
mtliofHypAb .g .iPool Association reach Its ......... proce
l Of thhod Mg onWednesday, Jim. 20,gn proce
he Mson hPs Although many girls do n otnl o esoy,.mll COCOAHONEYSAUCE
ir l twith her o r en o eaide in Carundu, their Chapter lights o f the lne1__on Wil COCOA HONEY SAUCE
.. hi Smt h of house is in th.e Curnadu Coalun. .eeches by a. Rebn cip butter RI
nMrs.Aty Center. Jr. -Commander, ,Colon.l
ST taro s 8l i alty Center. -Jr. Comm der Cr.y co ln.l tablespoon cornstarch While
eA i f Th e T and Majnor Gerald I tcP a ter, 4 cup cocoa visit
t/} I -cup water Harv.
amee at YM0CA siptant direetor t oorotlo c"ic hone nor a
ea Meek awCs obb, TheN e Yer i nd i marshmallows tient
"AftS baissitorfbe held at the Cristobal'YMCA. au1M em Of-I teaspoon vanilla
r ,ile d ISO this o turdny evening from beanbommn nthe i tio Melt butter in sauce pan.. Add cornstarch and cocoa, .-
s W re 8 tio 11 '. sho of the bn thereto, blending- we. Add water and honey, stirring until blepd-
wi S *;[-mu slc < -e, Pwin M seiae 'Va be. u 'b 1 ed. Thien -cook and stir over medium heat until mixture
*.PONYto n m .f t t ..will.Reservation mu.e can, vanilla, andtir until marshmallows are melted. Makes
bebnoo the "Gbsefotae iellednbefresoon- het, dd.ndbe'
.ei fore the nnlo, u em-
tCt via. ere find it -to attend.
osm dir WandlMrs. F. C. Atldn- The winners of the Dpulleate The January meetinof the
son*'of Not iSprhin, Arkansas, an d.bridge *.am a yed last Monday T de w
wr"Atirwt h Mrs. A. D, allit of Mrs. 1. Finley Meehan in Mar- of
the h s o.*r:M Mr :yti. r oft-ther td o at the oe .

.e Rebt sSeNa y hV R
rMrs. 19 oll M wi I Mrs A part s m!ISoial

Mr. and Mrs. ;Ab'rDaie lenyt with M.A.k iloni oty metal o
a' -, rnd M Mr Ua (. a"-ded ts the Altar Gold of the a
a. .' and l, r -,,at -a nld of.St.l oPowi llbeaheld as-

poI Raid VuoJle.and t sbla ih l ub r e thea etJ VGuld-

Sackdgreift ietde t uao
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h M rder e s planatble Meor. s Thei vdersi fr Tall.wa s vTry beu ti' halips a conversand appatnh t
l aMr. ad Mrs. geare .l reto ldinsd Gtari adwtonteth cner fstm w ew
n eedr t arbeiMW o fusM Ol. P-strmlyer .Dr-
.o f t:sA Sek,-rwell-knownmald Cf d w wie..dwylt 20deg,*rem Mow t equator,,
Wbrto Nr l tr I% alt an JtilIf*11 lil w .. .. cit io[pwW are]yo..

ee m n.~ P e .ePa r, o CO 0wpneP awaer, a of ioaos that's e=M cand ftu ?t L
t rlent lM.i" ta dabtcat Cr, fvinPe waar LeOw neeMep brori ne r s
,i: la 41 u, months ago was greeted with TrytoPndeeeyrarUp omers strb!nserve

41114L MUG lot td ..thisties about naturally., ... juicy slices. 0 02

fro"M.Diablo as gu0est, the reti"rig Noble Grandandmrfas, yut adurinmg Smr day.ri

tt!: n-h .ISi. _P_:N.G Mrs Violet Deak- and cream,, pop~-browued uu- "7.

m.g is io chnbarge for the ins; 5.N.G, Mrs Ena 9urr; sages, whole wheat toast and c- 1 i
daswhichare pntoaUl re SV.G, Mrs ae Lawrae IA fee. le ;m
huh blthNCapsZaa ca^ d Pa. PN.G.,LSGV' Lu. [ U I'in. J-

Ram. Outlis oif looSm a re usitcu mane vuar tu. amrs mu alj
ii i both ami d ~zih Margaret Scbofield; outside uar-
dian, Mrs. Marguerite oujh ao-nd
h Pis. iCuel, Musician Miss Grace M. uliams
M.a i wi the htaiatiw Mrs. 1 2.
hor a a"Sor-loawDri. Stern presented Mrs. Turner with
S. i An- he past noble grand jewel and
ty e atl Mrs. Turner was presetad with
a gift from hor offers. Them-
bers and guests the0 retite
the bamqet hall where nrgah--
ain3 Wi ek ments were served.
fh ljaiaatvelaire Sodle-
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GC3 MADISON, Wis.--(UP)-A fam-n.
lly life specialist advigsa mothers
can't understand women," a not to be too concerned iftheir'
ant scientist recently re.- children have tcq may *I want's
e and not enough -thank you'll 1
neY ask yru how you like Miss Viola Hunt of the Univer-
mew way they're done their lsity of Wisconsin says learning
l.r the new nai they've bought how to express appreciation is all i
if You give them an honestlpart of growing up. Don't force a
ojectlve answer they get-child to say "thank you" because
If they don't want you tolthen the words may be automatic
hem the truth, why do they and have no meaning.
Thinking of their own wants first
can't answer that question for is a natural trait of children, she
scientist. But I can make life added.
er for him prbhaps, by tell. Parents should recognize a
im just what to say to any child's smile or look as the first
an wno asks any of the follow- expression of appreciation. About
questions: the best way to teach young ones
dressed for a party, a wife the art of graceful acceptance is
her husband, "How do I by example, she said.
the only safe answer is:
derfull" TRAsIN BUFF8
oenaa't want him to aski
fully "Is that what you're PEACE DALE, R. I. (UP)-
to wear?" And she certain. Residents of this quiet village hold
isa't want him to find any an annual train race. They use
In her get-up, toy electric trains.
woman cooks a new dish and
a man how he likes it, the
;t answer is "Delicious." Any
carted answer or suggestion
aybe it needs a little more CANAL ZONE C
s or a little less of that will ICA
ken as a direct insult. "
woman asks a rman what ANNUAL MEE
inks of her latest rearrange-
of the living-room furni-. In accordance with Article V]
she expects him to say he the Annual Meeting of member
it fine. If, instead, he asks Clubhouse on:
was wrong with it the way RIAY JANUARY
i she will be tempted to pick, FRIDAY, JANUARY
ie sofa and thro it- at him. The purposes of the mI
woman never asks a man's
on of an accomplishedfact 1 Reang and approval o
ny purpose but reassurance Annual Meeting.
t statement may not be sci. 2. Reports of Directors, Sup
c. But it is a safe operating Committee, and the Trel
dure for any husband. 3. Unfinished business and
HOSPITAL VISIT 4. Action upon proposed d'
HOSPITAL VISIT recommended by the Boq
DGEFIELD Conn. (UP)- recommended b the o
driving to the hospital to 5. Election of Officers.
her lptient-husband. Mrs. JEROM. LE ITEINER
ey Tanton was hurt in a mi- T N l R
accident. She became a pa-
in the same hospital.


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t, 1955 AT 7:i0 P.

meting are an follows:
f the minute of the ust
irviry Committee, Credit
Aew business.
tvidend to be declared as
rd,of Directors.

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I11A PRECIAbO 7 street No. is
35ISON Ub of July Ave. & J BL
Justo Arosemina Ave. and 3 St.
12 La Carrasquilla

iH tr-le No. 57 "

Central Ave 140
No. 3 Lottery Plaza

Fourth of July Ave.

Agency Internal. de Pblicacones
n i 3 tral Ave

Parque Leevre 7 Street
160 Cemal Ave.

14 Central Ave.
50 Street No. S3
J. fee. de la Oas Ave. No. 41

,V Jbpabfl Io. a34

AFESSIONAL Household Automobiles PENTECOSTAL lAssembly of
______'_____ ______ God, etc.l Fellowship meetings
FOR SALE -1 pair single ma- FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth 2- Saturdays 7 pm. in Library USO
hogany bed frames. I maple ltu- door Sedan. Excellent throughout. (JWB Building, Balboa, C Z.
if ton Have a dao couch. I par mahogany end Let your mechanic check it firs! R SA
SEPTIC TANJCtable- 1 nlwhoganv coffee table. $750. Phone Gotun r5-579.
;f SEPTIC TANNo. I 52nd Street & Ricardo ALE-' Crv Ods- ,
ye tNeed Arias. Campo Alegre. Phone 3- OR SALE.51ogood cond,- MiCival Olds-
4870 mobile Coupe. ado, good condi- Misellaneous
SSEPTI.SAN ,,tion, $1000. Phone 6-241. FOR SALE:-Limited quantity 9
New Amaig Natual REPAIR and renewal Bmb FOR SALE-1954 Mercury Se- cubic ft. Firestone. slightly used
New Aate Dels r. NatrI Rattan and other turntureaLum- don. Radio, leather upholstery, refrigerators. 'For quick sale. Bar-
IWa nte De utee RH R ytPon and ohr future. Lm- 6000 miles. Phone 3341 Rodman gain price. On display at FIRE-
s and BC1* Henry. Phone 2-4791. from 7 a.m. to 3 30 p m. STONE, Automobile Row.
*rantee of ~atlfaction. FOR SALE Table. four chairs OR SALE:-Like new, used on-
$I;- sofa $15; Kenmore auto-
F, NOVE C. mt$1tc washtg Kenmoahie $200. FOR SALE:-1950 Nash Ambas- ly few months, Ascot instantane-
279 Central Ave. Phone 84-8128 m ,e dor Radio, weather-eve, over- ous water heater. Quarry Heights
S279 Central Av. Phone84-828 drive 416-A. Washingion Drne. 2278
Tel. 3-01 FOR SALE -25-cycle automatic Cri washing machine, excellent con- p.n' ______ D.h. w/3 matched "Super C.-
Sditon. Call after 00 bert houStreet FO RSALE -_'47 Crolev Sedan. at" lenses Late model As new.
Diabl ro. recently5 overhauled and painled. Call 3-1594 from 7.00 to 3:00,
4 D ATORSabo.$17. Phone 25-3163. 2607-A after 3:00. Coco Solo 579.
4 andOr. ifLac S A Coccli,. FOR SALE -ACUARIO TROPI-
: Pam RSradn at. F R CAL PET SHOP. a small paying
S i HOURS R ALCHANGING 1949 Ford for later business with a big future, un-
Sa 12an2d 1I o.ioor moderk-ora. paving cash balance. able to manage Phone Panama
S rdPa A: T T el. Motorcycles Phone 3-5104. 3-2845 or 3-5411.
fle' fronmL The tre,-_
Ip frM theatre FOR SALE: Oldsmobile c a r, FOR SALE -2 female. I male
FOR SAL": Motor scooter in good condition $100. Ancon Pekinese dogs. 86-E Coco Solito,
.i. excellent condition $B5. Call Al- Iboulevard, house 458, Phone 6th Street.
I DE I'TIST brook 86-2135. Otrs. 47-A 2-140b.
1 nell <4th of July, Ave No ___--- --- FtR SALE
to ra oUlcelFOR SALE
tr-w ,ste. o Speciai Iroops Runs Real Estate
'11upwlT District Dentist Pedro Miguem FOR SALE'-Furnished house in
land Gambo. C 5Z. a 10 Santa Clara: 8000 meters fenced
illzed I: PeOsTBODONTIA h II land. opposite Williams Cottages.
: (dure1 Iew lcirsetT1. 0 Inspect any %eek end. Terms ar-
fr AI lrd I wlu ts). ran ed N. Hadstate, Navy 3295
fee, Le f tl ftiimp5),
rvlceU tn: .-ra5. Surga e - 0 or 1488.
tiO and rn Dentristr
itnene PansuAi (SIW .-2811 Special Troops ran its winning. i. e set seven Claytonites down FOR SALE High land in the
tfne. ll astnMta. streak o IU1 games by lacmin An strikes. The vActory was tne hills overlookng m;les of field
4lau: P ajs. tia l.s s Ber 2 Army Atlantic, 11 to 4, and Fo.j.nird In five decisions for the and forest 20 minutes from
111 p 1 j X0oboe's defending champion. icotund right-hander. Dave King center of c-tv. p Trans-isthmian
Lileliners tightened their hold ou yielded only four hits b u t s Ix Hihwav; water. Eight. telephone;
third place with a 3-2, 10 -1~. oases on balls and six errors led 1585 meters: part or all; cash
ning squeaker over Fort Clay- o his downfall. The reversal was or tim e. 3-2554, Mss Prij, I
S U TD ton. rng's fourth in six tries. to 4 p m after, 5 30.
S BU LI E The Troops' win, which sa.w The Albrook-at-Coco Solo tilt *
southpaw Joe Meyers chalk up was postponed until Monday bt- Position Offered
his fifth victory, extended the cause of wet grounds.
OAUM UH T -V leader* s.anaIn ia g oyVr second- WANYED: ju p in
U n Ti V pla Albrook ABM to two ind general. Especallly shirt nd pmtt
a alf games. But the Flyers ge Third Albrook g-5., w .epe...i Ne
aee to clse n tshn m s change LoundrY, Ad
41 j Troopers to*itji at i L ... i. J

Afrrnqbt wid~ell-aretd exrp~p

Phillip. ,Ocea*si ttegss,..
Santo C IO. BX 435, ,Bolbosa.
Phone 'Pansua -1877, Cristo.
bal 3-1679.-
Gromlieh' Santa Clo Baoh
Cottages. Modem conveniences.
moderate rotes. Phone Gamboa

past Santa Clora. Loay rates.-
Phone Bealbo 2-1866.
SHRAPNI'S furnished houses.
on beach at Santa Clbra. Tele-
phone THOMPSON, Bolboe 1772.

WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottages-rockgas, refrigeration,
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

FOR RENTi--Small chalet: living
room, dining room. kitchen, bed-
room.. Suitable for one or two
persons. Inquire 50th Street No.
6. downstuirs.
FOR RENTr-(halet. three bed-
rooms, dining living, kitchen.
bath. terrace, garage, maid's room
and bath. Phone 3-1160. Ave.
Fabrego 22, Pasoadeno, close to
University of Panama.

FOR RENT: 3-bedroom house.
completely furnished. Call 3-'
FOR RENT:-Chalet three small
bedrooms, living & dining room,
kitchen, garage, terrace and big
bock yard. Carrasquilla 643, near
Puerto Rico School. Price: $65.
For more information call 3-2808
from noon to 2:30 or 5:30 to
FOR RENT:-House with three
bedrooms, sitting room, dining
room for $50. Information: Ines,
Apartment 2, Bolivar No. 3019,
3rd Street, Colon.

ATTIEMION *.I.r Just built'
modem furnmished awortmeniw,. I.

- Sen. Clinton P: ;ANieta, (D-
N.M.) was elected 'today chair-
man of the Jboint Congrional
Committee on Atomlo Unrgy,
succeeding Rep. Sterling Cole;
Rep. Carl Durhb6 (D-N.C.)
was named vice chairman, suc,
ceeding Sen. Bourke B..Iloken-
looper, (R-la.) .
The new committee dhalrftan
and vice chairman sd I a
jost tatemedit! -'
"It is our purpom.to see that
efforts to pusmhim forward the
development of p ethn* ap-
plication: of atomic, nAUgy,
i 'ful-at a times f. pu ,
military atomic strbiii j
tinues to the mdst e ffre
not the ouy

emake our rr -it
tion. "

Local Rate r

BRIM ROBERT C.S. HAL" British armycommanerOa'Ibe
Area, Kingston, Jamaica, clieUmbs down fromn Army 1IW H-lbt -
copter at AIbrook todby-p lowing an orientation flight
nal Zone, Hall is attending a two-day eonfereple witr L
Armey force representatives at Headquarters, VS. CaSjl
Oommd^ a H~eights, carl Zone. on routinm-CarM
..2 oe mOtters. (U.S. Ai Force Photo) o "'

$ 25 For Overhaul Sugestion

S (Continued frems Pafre
begun last year I the It* six
rades of the Latin Amrican
schools, the transition to Spain
ish ?s the basic language and to
a. curriculum accentuatlhg an
educational orientation to the
Republic of Pknama, will ad-
vance to the seondaur schools,
grades 7 through 1 2 upon the 1
opening of anot er tert. Jul y.
The earlier ut!W Of the
present term lastAuju_ and the
earlier closing "iz W ch 1as
been sche ul Alart, of the
program to venu bave. the
Latin Amerlesh 8 f t r in
the Cnal Zone & -with
that of the P,.. .
Seybold adisic

American Schools prinlal will
begin interviewing emlh indivi-
dual secondary school student
concerning his choice of curri-
culum, electives, and future vo-
cational plans preparatory to
setting up the,. daily classroom
schedules for the 1955-56 term.
The revised program, In the
secondary schools will offer
three curricula: college preps-
ratort., general, and commercial. n,worthWith.
An employee suggestion worth c~verrnb h 'Camua2-l
The college preps rat o r y $25 was won by James o. Mur- house stocks,ocal k sources o aup-
course is patterned directly ray, materials engineer in the -ply, and requistioning pgmae
after the program of studies Industrial Division. dures.
offered in the Repubec of Above, Murray is shown receiv- His was the seond recent 5mo
Panama and is established to ing his check from Capt. Robert played suggestiom-to -wi a--asIb
prepare students to transfer H. Emerick, USN, chief ol the award.
Sfrom the anal Zone to the Industrial Division, (right). At- Richard W. Thom o.Pdel
Panama schools or to continue tending the presentation cere- clerk at Rodian,, been a-
higher eduaetion in Panama monies at the Industrial Division warded $10 for a 06 tha
gr ,S.lM .b headquarters w.re pavis, hospital entrance orms be r-
Latin a a . ue of thc design secton (left) vile to- lRoludO mad-
The gewaeral curricuum en'e m. Lt., 04r. R. C. c, enter, drea of
Ge the be requirements of t to she~ dhlet
the college pre ara t co urshe & fimtfoa!n-
w__,m.f.' s" .__..

----dr A fromC a- 1e- n ut w. Cqll o08 foim 81 i.we 2,ber hot.K cold wtm. Tel. fronu ,dou. r-t of fl 5 A
Stic on twotook off shortly before dawn lding o oc- oanal eya or
yesterdayy on the Amador dis- morning for edellin. FOR RENT:--Fumished nd u onal natre.rs
S. ond before giving, way to vet- e other Albrook aircraftt A i furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart- The third type of program is plan to have compre- ed to telt m
Iran I Mil in the seventh 'now n Medelnli d a wrd Mlca sn ments. Contact Alhambrm Apart- primarily a basic train ng n hensive list of materials ad overhaul of eael b rt
The touched for our ecd oment ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386 commercial subjects of a voca- parts required foriu. ovthlM the availability of all reps pa-
tall in the eighth on three was expected momentarily a o to Colon. tonal nature, including book- submitted at least six months in terials required when suehwork
afees, one a two-run tri le by men whoreorts said hd b USE JNUAY EGGS FREELY keeping, typing and shorthand advance by the master or chief is undertaken. Murray, a nat
e e. Lus Roblengled re nd of the other two USDE UAY EGGS FREELY FOR RENT:-I-bedroom apart- (English and panish) and of- engine of-the vessel to beover- of Brdgeport. Connecticut,
Ronnie Rice. Luis Robles singled treated at a little hospital f IN DELICIOUS BANANA CUST. tenit, living-dining room, large fice practice. hauled. Such lists could then be be
Phone 3-0985 across tie other two Atlantic ardin, about 110 miles from ARD en flhauled Such lists could then bebeen empyed n the l
markers. Medellin. TheextentoftheirInAY$65. No Gerardo Orte St reviewed by someone thoroughly Divion for about 1 y
eore op VB c addaocj, cfn- iuries was not known. By GAYNOR MADDOX Phone Panama 3-0422. I
erfield Bob Mayer, and first According to Bartlow, whose NA Food and Markets Editor w A also announce ed at the -.
baeman crn~e Heckman i~rov~d- only injuries w e r e contusion$ Now that frhe FOR RENT: Furnished aport- metWti thatwo rovedd e
.Before you buy a ed th bigguns in the 12_- hit over his right eye and ear he t resh egg.,, are begin- n suitable for two couples:startedsoonon mproveddrain L IB l iSm
SREFLEX see the Meselman and reliever Gene rescue plane by a hand-held economy and good atingtouse screened, $80. No. 634th Julyn the t t
Stterlee Hddock drove in two portable radio within 20 inuteconomy and good eating to use Ave See janitor or phone Balboa dra oblem which
Batterlee. Hdddock drove In two portable radio within 20 minutes ..th fboareey.296,nagenprecewhime
iurs Reflx ruea with a triple and two sin- after his plane crashed. then freely. 2966, Hopkins. was broughtupaarecesntmeet-
V'ou o b y across with two triples, and contacted the USAF Mission i food, f containing an abundance of FOR RENT: -2-bedroom part Civic Council, ll be salved I I 3 bv LU id
SMayer tripled and singled twice. Colombia which sent ambulances thi vitamins and minerals. They ment with balcony, Bella Vista. the installation of precast drains
S* At obJl, the Liftliners came out to the crash site within mine. are of especially high quality ii Call Panama 2-2601. along Oillard Highway and ad-
fr31n behlni to notch their sixth utes after having received the' thlscold month. kept as they .are. accent to back porches of group LONDON, Jan. 20 (Up)-Chok- The Ki' Two, owned by R obe
iwin against fie backs. Tied message. in Nature's refrigerator. Also at FOR RENT: Small furnished of houses in aW~rth Par .oa. ing black smog, described by the A. Wilson of Tampa. was laft
3 to 2 gOing into last of the this tie, they top the list of good apartment in beautiful residential Paulty drainage alio m to be Air nItry weather office a break i up an the beah ofte
10th, second. a lUa Oude .Bar-tlew elm that If not b~ys. l section. 43rd Street No. 13, Bello corrected In townsite of the worst of the winter, ripped k g
Sa n de t hve madetl t they"would B Nles. home eono VstaRainbow City where streets are t London for the second ay to-ie a ,ore
Ald. stera.g oaill they were "wonder-. z ics director. Poultry and EgVi noW.deroig WD" rsf- dIrelprted tWO days ovrdu ou _
e ar f In el a d'National oard, Chicaodebe FOR RENT:- Beautiful modern surfacing. visibility in parts of a hin into th
'".mwho [.bl .. eL s aay fsrom t~e burnlng. a ped hla erch recipe exclu- finished 2-bdroom apartment. in Yorkshire and In Scotland's from Pfemn City, ll., but So-
al. te way from secnd prefer ad MMe ta eL ae u h 2o. G middle lowlands dropped to 15 cal fishing men there saitd .Y
Sh Mayo a7 h allowed Wheele r three en hA been thrown ouI agree s Nilee has made FOR RENT Furnished rt recaue of si feet. London airports shut down beve e cr pt
T core all the way from second er of the plane andehelp- adelectable gesture. ment for O ne or two fromi- n lat-ea in. oc ,e a over and theatre-gers refused backer u port to espe
w-,i' tohe r dredpulthem to safety. Allr .upoonorto ..wosmal.....puwdon ir L e. d,- T ., curl-in smogd lm-lI
Dwn t o Sos into ...... h were hihle olp.. at the time. anan.u esCustard Delig lies. Moderate rent. Re g uI a r nor1annound ibltni t 00 ..n eats.herlm n s mgdim- blo
Downa2topIno hwrehr ge o -ur(Iy toa n o. Nor t anlor econneu er t.iner1 t esred motvineise hens fr. ti of -up to 6 oleo .rpert
Lil last of the uith, K obbe tied.it.ne. airman ad heinflatedru se neighbors. Phone 3-0471. a lA90enr dthat u a ntheak smogudtlo non er repte Lo an
f--" .vn Frsita Wuden doubled rt t s hon efo o ter ixeh oc Ma *l FO T n restaurant Sunday and then suddenly van- dle in t h a s
tto t center ittheWl dIur heeLi mfenfts m heu nat ivew gg cryolks, 2 ups scalded FOR RENT:_1 -bedroom opI rt-3S eads dsiehewot mt..wouldo.be bed. fd
c t to SBo xb r carri.t d ed them to One village, a milk, t cup sugar, teaspoon hment with independent service Ptra nsrredto MEu and more This o9 rolled in more aSowly st orm
cu-I..tht r t U ft rough trip hich lasted over an Silt, 2 teaspoons all purpose and entrance. 15th Street No. central locaum in Bullding goo, and westherM4insaid it wowthe ole
S arngs at t Pro~t l hor tbhrU rued rocky ter-flOur, cup sher .y or onalco- 301 -. Rio Absjo. o .frmerlynw. theL i B oA nen thi t t us far. r ev esnw

shiClnaPrt--Price lan tlet heyweebruhhre larrr.y vanluilaso dA 0 a =, The weat-h'--er outlook Improved years. Weather fortecwast
oBmp t adanla yt onr n!hft by 1n1 tlhetres. holic sherry flavoring, l tespoonur t b P 2 8 Restaurant.w ath e in sount anlok rS of P rh id at ries.li a
n- i second when y ToE n van," w I package small vanillaa i e d FlE, S t enon.t waere d d ed o li l
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Seven r Phel5,ed e to trir d O n iy t wahe four sul tivors twho wasable g c os whped on Lr Ue u a Al pIncluded the anOr eoaed.-T RI od aSeva Np na
togo erom c" aw YorkeGns tid o ,y An to walk He rode b horsebaCk e toners sugar. Rrvoom@2esel of a bus stop in was Still rising In Pere U o ha
on tte Panamli lli neth An I to the townea btd here, he ml a-- s0 Bea t lfoet o toe Sm b o es r thlc ows said the a crnest would be chooC.lo buitd .m. A.e
Prepare custard:BeateggFOtRd RpNT: cusard the
aadord o tu says, then available med- ae u gg lrtha spec e h t
list ewhoiotvtwoof the 1. A C ol-Beautifully fur-1] O f uUnited.mutes-",
t cdot dv ---ton mt 'a yoks, sugar, salt, and flour to-ishedroomB. dbeouche 2.-1 ?n of u oi. n

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Jo"ad Mrs r, aord the doctor met them half-way there ,blend thorouphl. Pourt called frgeraetor, kce ...an sv ,e. Lfani leyOst torm drp ed n ue

; nd Mr .ar laroS, are fat rr a P w rrag o the in2kit c ca bi, Ste ,et,5 paro s oTe o. In =
r f te. oithtesi r tandgave the Injured flirs ahomilk into this mixture storing bath r ad p a "ff to 12 chs at.
on ndhfoftheltP5aftea o dnen 6All constantly. Set over simmering S3-063 La 30c aresOf theD u eser-F

months. Thirty of the 7 Rosar o exhibited ef con-ieflowbacking custard mixture.) Stir con-. boarding house students., 1 will be f eio. ln t o mod eva e ir

sr are scheduled to trol dbysoArs until mixture coatsso Etae of The s ei u bt e
complteaaghnrigt os.Te memdiately cool (cool by pour- ments, Sobonos. 2 Ph 5Ioft i srsf
bodiesnf Capi ain an i custard into chilled bowl andn _q end

rs for Cris folo s *. b and T. folow as om i
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0 carolfusa, where road& were de-* of eunbieS
ad.... .. C harles t o. teZone. fayer's both legs, ter. Immediate cooling of the is- a aanp Hotel, Exelfsor Buld- Il 5 eotd a hazardous, and even > uao wle'etnrAE
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and Mrs. James T. Hail/- nd C put in cast thi1moaLrn.ng lrd Is. smport'tS to prevent curd-.d ipa. r3 Ave. 'A' 16, l wr n lts of en route home. --
M r.adMrs. Willialn Hen- Use .111e Pr cus tar fORy co l, blendin FOR RENT- Large furnished in@aabW W oS hCalna i ad partSiof Ten-Nnnsf
Ur. Charles Howland; ,,Thu ais t" h am frs accdent the vanilla and sherry flavoring 22-nt Croom.talhBlor Esu ly $37.50. nami
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ofa gtf in'ag. No eteape. Debbie's
on -the cover, holding a gift-
wrapfed golf bag tagged, "To

JA@K. BENNY reminiscing
about the old days when he played
"Buck" Beny. on radio:
."I was tell In the saddle-uatil
Ay biltweI broke."
Jimy Cagney'j returned 16
jaw.bkeaxki4 .d adpistol .pacoin'

li Me rLave
It is t the ae Cagney who
plg Jos Fridaysin the back,
bused finers and slapped dolls
arod in Hollywood's prewar un.-
"1s is toughness with a polnt,"
SJ my told me about his cc-star-
rer with Doris Day. "It's a ood
story. It adds w to something.
Thischaracter believes he's doing
the right thing."
Jimmy's reasons for nixing oth-
er m gg roles in recent eyars:
"All of them were the same --
br0talty Jut for brtalty's
I "f to "ay theM w e Of
ridv gyaiere"

8OWY HOWARD's observa-
tion about Edmund Purdom'g snuff.
sn : "There's Nlse Business
Ia ShoBw uhinews."
pipest surprim s in the Fox stu-
dio maol room the volume of
jan letters for Jay ("41% Robe)
a movie ache
4" aMonoe "The Girl In the ed
S ..be VreUtitled
. ... w e etSwila."
Now that Shirley Te4 %e Mnd
htbby Charles Black hav moved
to Atern,Calif., Joi Agar IsI
coseMaouthe d about Linda Susan
,asven-year-old daughter of
4M viited the hld while MShir-

Woflter Wichell
(Cemnu"ed M hasx 2)

a *utlass-swhftg villian who winds
up on the end of a rope Is the
year's first off-beat casting. '4ve
played heels but ever heavy
like this," he's telling It on MGM's
"King's Thie set.
"Ev. B Rat& ate
me It's a pcal Iabboa me&u
ace." '
Ga telegram sent by NiM*i to
Rath e the day he sttd
the film:
yor double .
Cleo Moo .'s. b.ete disoo y:
"When yed have platinuid fhair
you're typed as a dumb blonde
and' rarely given a real acting
The reason her glittering- plat-
inum hair Is now dark brown for
"Hold Back Tomorrow."
Short Takes: George Gobel's
about to do an "experimental"
telefilm. He likes the idea of film
for future home screen clowning
. . Jack Benny's okay afIter
hospital siege with a mPild cgs%
of viruL Maioflo as Aoa.,
1in pounds on triet sta k-
and-tonmato-juice dtl

1955 CoNo, Crop

To Be Suppored

A 90% Of Parity

WASHINGTON, Jan 20 (UP) --
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T.
Benson announced today the 1955
cotton crop will be supported at
96 per cent of pai-ty-4le same
level in effect for many years.
Benson had said earlier 1955
cotton supports would be. "at or
near" the 90 per cent level, In
testimony before the Senate Agri-
culture Committee- today, howe.
ver. he said flatly cotton supports
"will be ... at the same level" in
the coming crop season.
Parity, is. a price designed to
give farmers a fair return for
their products in relation to the
cost of things they must buy.
The 19M5 cotton crop, like last
year's, will be grown under rigid
government acreage controls to
reduce surplus stocks. Benson told
the Senate committee cotton ex-
ports this year are expected to
about 20 per cent above those
of a year ago and prices receiv-
ed by American farmers h a v e
been "at or above the 90 per cent
support level since last April."

Fmnh lalkh

notaried ... Her crowd hears n I.UUIUI
model Nancy Berg ay blead with ith l h Vl
Jan Gilbert in March. He's the 10 Who V
Preach pottery ~. .. Grace
K is slated for Time cover A m ns l ni i
Ambassador cat Boofte AclsIl ( n1ll 111
m whosee husband is the Time,
me. labeled) ki on N ewElk's PARIS, Jan. 20 (UP)--Sixteen
- T. MemnElsa socialists who voted against rati-
WNasul araistice has b'ee8 gig flcation of the Paris accord for
SOS . BeOtty & JaneR erman rearmament were read
tooverfl out of the party at a top commit-
t *.. .1tl tee meet l eraly today.
". -Among them wa Max KAjeune
gM, I -. f who yesterday lost the post of
ac). mhe~~lO = htOl chairman of the National As-
sei s trmubly's powerful national de-
fes.e committee to independent
S43puty Pierre Montel, a former
Sretary of State for Air. Mon-
tel I known to be an avowed
as, resme eag-e y of the accords.
J JM a tob b ag resumed
3w me aer-Smth, so.
* t As wa Alta -

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Special Leader Murdered

By Bomb Planted in Auto

SAN ANGELD, Tex., 9. .3- "It looks like the bmb i was
(UP)-.Mrs. Helen Harris weavet, intended for her, not her bus-
52, the social leader of San Ange- band," he said.
lo, was murdered today by a "We can't give out any informa-
bomb plated under the pood4 of tion about that though, because
one of her prominent husband's of certain paop1 who might be
automobiles and wired to the igni- 'connected with the situation. We
tion. don't know where they are...they
might be in Dallas for all I
When she started the car,_the know."

bomb expjoaea with an earth-
shaking roar. It blew parts of
the car for a quarter of a block,
shattered windows for a block
and horribly mutilated Mrs. Weav-
Police Sgt. Lee Braziel hinted-
though he would not say outright-
he had am idea who planted the
bomb and why. He ordered air-
lines checked for pa-sengers who
came to San Angelo or left slace
Tuesday night.

Educator Ellis
To Be Honored
At La Boca Friday
Robert T. Ellis, vice-principal
of the La Roea High School since
ts establishment in 1946, will
be honored on Friday by the
faculty of the local rate schools.
Ellis was retired on Dec. 31
after 32 years of service as an
educator. He taught at Las Cas-
cadas f two years, at Silver
City for te years, was principal
at Red Tank for 12 yearS and
vice-principal at La Boca for
eight years.
The programhonoring the re-
tired vice-principal will takeki
place at Me La Boca School
study hall at 8 p-m. sharp. Adult
members of all local rate com-
munitles are Invited.


Dist. Atty. Aubrey Stokes said
no suspects had been arrested.
He said he bad "complete cooper-
ation from all members of the
family and several angles are be-
ing investigated."
Braziel asked the Department
of Public Safety at Austin, the
state capitAl, to send in Texas
Rangers and explosives experts to
help him. He had three other au-.
tomobiles put under guard .and
forbade his men to touch them
until they can be searched by ex-
perts for bombs.

Mrs. Weaver lived long en-
ough after the explosion to be
taken to a hospital, where s h e
died. But apparently she never
regained consciousness and wasn't
able to help police.
The ear blew up in front of the
home of Mrs. Ralph Harris, her
mother, who is an invalid. She
had spent the night there.
Her husband, Harry Weaver, is
a banker, a rancher and archi-
tect and an archeologist. He is
well-to-do if not wealthy. His
wife was a member of a pioneer
lexas family.
As such, she was the leader of
society in San Anselo, a city of
about 53.000 persons, which calls
itself "the weal capital of the
world" and is in the middle of
rich oil lands.
The Weavers have two daugh-
ters, both married.


Neighborly Love To Order

In Hollywood 'Dream City'
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Community friendship and spirit
have been built right into a $36..
000,000 "dream city" just official.
ly opened here.
One thousand of the eventual
4,000 homes planned for the com.
munmity of Miramar were sold in
the first two weeks after the de
velopment was opened by its
builders, Robert W. Gordon and
Ry S!gel, on a tract of 1,000
acrer17 -miles north of Miami.
Gordon wanted to plot an
"ideal" community, complete with
everything, from shopping centers
to churches, pnd including ample
recreational and playground faci-
lities. Aso, he planned self-con-
tained utiities, water purification
and sewage disposal plants.
All this, plus sample homes
took three years to get from draw-
Ing boards to the ground, and this
gave Gordon and Siegel ample
time to work out another element
to their program. They wanted
the eventual 16,000 residents of
Miramar tb have a friendly com.
munity spirit.
If the home-seeker desires, his
house will be delivered complete-
ly furnished and stocked, down to
a refrigerator full of fod. A com-
mittee will meet new families at
the station or airport and escort
them to their new abodes. That
evening there will be a commun-
ity reception to introduce them to
their new neighbors.
The new residents are informed
in advance of everything, from
the number and types of citrus
trees on their property to the med.

WBREEZY-Shapely Elaiae
SDeming prances on a sea wall
aa an ocean breeze catce heW
gaudy bandanna. She was en.
joying the pleasant weather at
S Miami. Beach, l7a.

TODAY at 9:00 P. M.

Bee the human saw... Mys-
tery, Blood. Terror, Thrills
and Varioup Vaudeville Acts!
On the Screen from 5:0 pm.
with Alexis Smith
with Dinah Shore
Admission Prices: .40 and .20

ical facilities available in the
area. The women will have invi-
tations to join a variety of clubs
ranging in interest from bridge .1
literature, while husbands will
have a choice of acquiring new
cronies whose interests cover evw
erything from tropical fish breed-'
ing to wate skiing. There will be
free classes covering subjects of,
interest to various age groups
among children.
Gordon will even supply a cat
if anyone wants this added homey

Poussin Painting

Found Relauched

By Joshua Reyno!ds
A famous Renaissance painting
that was retouched by a British
painter, is now the property of the'
Rhode Island School of. Design's
The museum "purchased the
painting, Nicolds Pcussin'. "Ven-
us and Adonis," after it timrned'
up in a private English collection
last summer. Dr. John Maxon,
museum director, called the pur.
chase the museum's "most im-
portant. .in 20 years."
Poussin's work, "lost' for modr
than a century, was once the
property of Sir Joshua Reynolds.
the farmed English painter.
"When Sir Joshua owned it, hei
somewhat repainted the canvas,"-
Dr. Maxon said. "But -his repaints'
have been successfully removed;
and Poussin's original work h'asi
survived in unusually fine cond-:
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Fankees-Play Sodamen

w"ice; Smokers Gain

fdIfO-Game On Leaders

hAMS- Won Lost Pet.
.kees .. .. ... .. 15 8 .652
Uperas.... .... .. 13 10 .565
Smen. .. .. .. .. 7 17 .292



,Smokers 5, Sodamen 3.
4TONIGHT'S GAMES (2)-4:30-at Panama
Yankees (Ludtke 2-2) and (Lawrence 4-1)
VS. -
Sodamen (Arthurs 2-3) and (Williams 1-4).
jly J. HARRISON JR. Lewis and Hector Lopex who
hit for Reinaldo Grenald. After
The C. V. Yankees and S. C. Archie Brathwalte lined to
often will play a doublehead- third, Granville Gladstone dou-
6 rt the Panama Olympic Sta- bled to center and Lewis and
% lUa tonight with the first game Lopes scored.
," eeilinr at 6:30. Tommy Hughes replaced Churn
S- vtfiles will start at 6:30 to lin the bottom of the ninth and
an amateur baseball game issued a pass to Leon Kellman,
Swhbieh will start earlier in Lhe pinchhltting for Sylvester Mc-
ivvadang to finish approximately Donald. With Clarke at bat, Kell-
-tA man advanced to second on a
SThe opener will go seven in- wild pitch and moved to third
s and no inning will be ini- as Clarke was retired second to
S ted after 12 midnight in the first, coming home later after
ai second contest. Clarencelmoore flied to center.
.Stanley Arthurs of the Soda- ---
Smen will oppose Lawrence Ludt- L.. J
1 and Sam Williams goes a-
ainst Ernie Lawrence. SMOKERS
Smoker manager Stanford Players ab r h o a
a& w ala ted td 1 & that NIara on rc 1 3n

xvurg-BV, C v I a 0
Austin s 5 1 1 4 5
Prescott, rf 4 1 1 0 0
P. Osorio, rf 0 0 0 1 0
Parris, 3b 3 23 2 1
Tuminelll, If 3 0 2 1 0
Powls. cf 4 1 L 0 0
Bernard, 2b 4 0 2 3 5
Osorio, E., lb 4 0 013 0
Churn, p 4 0 0 0 0
Hughes, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 35 5 11 27 14
Players ab r h o a
Moore. as-cf. 4 0 3 2 4
Lewis, Ilb 5 1 1 8 0
Orenald, If 3 0 0 0 0
Lopez 1 1 1 0 0
Houradou, ss 0 0 0 0 0
Brathwaite, Ar., rf 3 0 1 4 0
Gladstone, ef-If 4 0 3 2 1
Charles,'3b A 0 0 1 2
Bgthwate, Al.,2b t 0 0 5 .
McDna!ud,' 00 0 0
Kellman, 0 1 0 0 0
Clarke, p 4 0 1 0 '3
Totals 35 3 107 12 I
Lopez singled for Orenald in 8th.
Kellman walked for McDonald in
Score by Innings:
Smokers 020 002 100-5 11 1
Sodamen 000 000 021-3 10 1
Summary. Runs batted in:
Powls 2, Bernard 2, Tumlnelli,
Gladstone 2, Moore. Earned
runs: Smokers 5, Sodamen 3.
Left on bases: Smokers 7; Soda-
men 9. Struck out by: Clarke 5,
Churn 2, Hughes 1. Bases on
balls off: Clarke 3, Churn 1,
Hughes 1. Pitchers record: Churn
2 runs, 10 hits In 8 innings. Er-
rors: Sodaamen 1 (Charles)
Smokers 1 (Austin). Winning
pitcher: Churn (2-2). Losing
pitc er: Clarke (1-6). Double-
plays: .arke, Moore, Lewis;
Bernard, Austin, E. Osorlo; Ber-
naed, Austin. Umpires; Thorton,
Wllliamson, Watson. Time of
game: 2:L03.

Uranam was Cea-
he had "discovered" another
S' tarter for his pitching staff
in the person of his hard work-
I nt relief artist, Clarence "The
"! ~W Churn.
S urn, who had been used
in relief roles up to last
i iht, defeated the Sodamen 5
Ri to-, while scattering 10 hits.
,,mTommy Hughes relieved in the
.uth and gave up the Soda-
1 lRen's third run.
SThe Smokers are now two
n p aes behind the league lead-
4 ser Vibert Clarke went all
way and was charged with
i b 1f& xth defeat against one win.
The Smokers took a two to
n;tng lead In the second stanza
Wi th Clyde Parris singled and
y to second on Herman
; < 1,191nga l iome arrxi ant
S^score on Pablo fer-
]a double.
Inthe sixth the Smokers pick-
up two more runs. Bobby
Itt walked; Parris singled
m 2 for b# third straight hit
S 'evening, with Prescott
t, second; Tuminelli sin-
10 lo the es. ad Co pws
Tu 1inoti w'.th Preseott
g. Bernard's single brought
ris for the second tally of
Seventh Austin singled
S .fsec'.d I)Pe after Hal Nara-
;r Uouttrying to stretch a
lnto a triple. Prescott sin-
a to left center and Austin
al the wayto to third, Pres-
.r n'y'.'"',n at second on the
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SUNDAY 23rd, 4:15 p.m.


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Sensational Bullfighting

the presentation of
Lady Bullfighter

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Pro Loop Meeting

This Afternoon
Panama Profeeuonal League
uecretaiy-treasurer Carlos Del-
valle has announced that a
meeting of league offielals
will take place this evening at
5:30 at toe Panama Olympic
Stadium to Iron out the prob-
lems ot freseheduUng ame.
Delvae askta tanaer
Stanford Graham, of the Smok-
era, Al Kubski of the ynkees
and Leon Keltman of b Soda-
men, be on hand promptly at
s:30 to take part in the d.e-


Cage Scores
By United Press

Brandeis 84, WPI 87
Yale 83, Darthmouth 79 (over-
Holy Cross 84, American Inter-
natipnal 73
Williams 77, Massachusetts 57
Paterson 100, Montclair Tchrs 87
Lycoming 76, Lockhaven 63
South CarZ. 90, Clemson 87
Florida State 81, Springhill 72
George Wash. 75, Maryland 53
Loyola (La.) 6'', Mississippi
southern 58 :..
Mforohead (Ky.) 98, Middleten-
nessee 79
North Carolina 84, North Caro-
lina State 80
William and Mary 88, VMI 68
Wofford 90, Newberry 73
Presbyterian 1.7, Rolling 81
Fla. A&M 85, Tuskegee Inst. 51
Benedict 76, Bethune Cook-
man 62
Belmont Abbey 64, East Caro-
lina College 55
Louisiana Tech 72, Northeast
La. St." 5"
Morningside 80, Augustana (8.
D.) 60
Baldwin Wallace 114, Cue 9f2
Manchester 82, Ball State 80
Western Michigan 88, Bowling
Green 76
Western III. 102, Eastern Ill. 89
Hamline 66, Macalester 61
Midwestern 82, H ar d i n-Sim-
mons 68
Loyola (111.) LOa 80
Betihel o T

nOtol 8S, lay se Pwly 50
W OU. L...a

0 TALa - CAN

The Palomas Jumped on the
high flying Ocelots yesterday
and never let up till they had
overpowered them by the score
of 15-4.
Starting on Bateman and not
stopping till the Ocelots had used
six pitchers, the Palomas never
let up on any opportunity -to
push a run across the plate.
Barbler was the starter and
winner for the Palomas, striking
out four and allowing three hits,
one of those a double by Mike
Crook. Fundakwski got the
only extra base hit for the Palo-
mas, a double to left center-
Today, the Pumas will play
host to the Conejos and from
past experience this should be
a game worth going to see. Wills
will probably start on the hill
for the Pumas with Webb doing
the catching. For the Conejos
Watson, Cassiul or Kirkland will
start with Million donning the
Game Time: 4:30 p.m. i


Players ,
Valentine, ss
Schneider, lb
Curdts, cf
Barber, p
Fundakowski. 3b
Pedersen, 2b
W. Dolan, If
Snodgrass, c
B. Sander, rf

ab r h o a
3 1 33
4 0 0 0 0
1 2 0 0 1
3 2 1 0 2
4 3 2 1 1
2 2 4 0
1 2 0 1 1
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Plae* ab r h
McOrifflS,sp 2 0 0
Loots, lb 0 0 0
Tubbs, e 1 1 0
V. Sander,p 0 0 0
DuBols, p 0 0 0
Stahl, us 1 0 0
Batema se, p 3 1 2
Nuflezb, pb If 2 0 0
Crook, rf 2 1 1
McHaiizt 0 0. 0
Engike, If 2 0 0
Thompson, 2b, ef 2 0 0
Morrts,2b 0 0 0
Schoch, cf, If, p 2 0 0


S19 4 15 5

Score by Innings


121 74-15
20020- 4

Summary. Errors: Ocelots 2
(McGrift, Bateman). Palomas 1
(Pedersen). Runs batted in: P-e
dersen 2 B. Sander 2, Valentine,
ch r, odra, Curdt 2
Fmdakowski o2, bageIke, Crook,
Batesan. Two-base hits: Fun-
A --- u 1.1100K. O Nov.



P -

Ituron College 96, YAnkton Col- NE YORK, Jan. 0. (UP) -
lege 82 Basketball's new wave of upsets Ie
Claimed still another big-name ht
SOUTHWEST victim today, knocking mighty D
Missouri out of first place in D
Baylor 89. Texas A&M 7'7 the Big Seven Conference. v
Rice 13, Texas Christian 63 Kansas State, beaten twice by P
Texas A&I '5, Lamar Tech 66 Missouri in previous meeUtings o'
S. F. Austin 78, Northwestern this season, suddenly turned on bi
(La.) 73 the Tigers last night and beat vi
McMurry 80, Howard Payne 74. them, 78-67, on their own home X
court at Columbia, Mo. The de- 74
WEST feat smashed a six-game Missou- pi
ri winning streak and left Colo- 63
Montana State 96, Colo. Coll. 55. rado alone in first place In the 71

Atant Tw-Leaue Colorado had been tied for first
Alantc TwiiLeague
place, each with a perfect 3-0 13

To Try Again Tonle beat K-ta on a
nV G court, 49-71, inntlast pc
TONIGHft GAME mouths ig*Seven T m-.h -,
Powell vs. Casanovas meo a s on st' -hore.,
court*.S.sfty.last Satur-
I-- Iday. But this time Miesosr. was
"stone col," sinking ily 1.
By TREVOR SIMONS Ier cent o it.s shts, while
Kaina State was "red hot"
A fifth competitor has un- with a l per cent shooting A
expectedly entered the Atlantic percentage. r
Twilight League race for 1955. Pachin Vicens, a Liv.-loot
This fifth competitor, uninvited nine-ich sophomore from Puer-
and unwelcomed, is 'Rain" and to Rico, was the spruk of the m
with the exception of the open- Kansas State team, leading the nc
ing night game in which Navy scoring with 21 points and play- se
defeated Casanovas 8 to 5 just ngg a brilliant floor game. Roger Pa
before the rains began to fall, Craft aided with 15 points, butI
every other game has remained big Bob Retifr of Missouri took te
unplayed due to a late an4 un- high scoring honors for the na
natural rain season. game. with 32 points. sh
For Missouri, currently rank-
The Atlaptic Twi-Loop has now ed the nation's No. 8 team. it pi
established a new league record was only the third loss in 13 in
for most successive games rain- games and its first home court Se
ed out, 5. A dubious record, to since bowing to Kansas in
be sure, but nevertheless one State last Feb. 27.
that- will probably old up for Missouri's defeat inarked the re
a long time to come. Particular- third straight night that upsets in
ly. so If they managed to extend had stunned league-leading s
that record tonight. Yes... "If at teams. On onday, Illinois lost
first you don't succeed" and all a share of tte ig Ten lead and
that sort of stuff, so the Atlan- Vanderbilt jftrie of the South-
tic Twilight League schedules eastern Confre lead in sur- I
another game for tonight prise defa Tuesd Te
At 7 o'clock at Mt. ope ta- as ChristiUa lost undi sputled
dium, i it doesn't rain, Powesl control oUrrst place in thp
will make their 195& debut a- Southwest Conferewne, dropping
against the Casanovas. With over back into -e. r
a week to rest up from his l- D u1nai thtl n etion's sixth- I
vious losg performance, Cook raked te as taste defeat
will probly agatn draw the last nizgt but the les was to
starting signmnfnt for Casano- a n-eollege team. eeat-
vas. POwelis, the only ovllian d Andrews Air Fore won is
team in the league other than 2nd straight game by beating
Cristobal h cool s had the Dukes, U-T. Included ea
their pick of the- cream of the the andrews team are sch
local crop and rate favorites for graduated college stars as All-
the present season. Noel Qibon, America Cliff Hagan and Los
veteran work-horse Twighter, Trioropoules of Kentucky and
will without a doubt be Powells Diek Kneatman of Kansas
choice to start on the bill. State.
The problem of making up- However, three otherr high-
five postponed gam wi rate ranked teams that played last
No. 1 pot on the agenda of the night scored easy wins. La Salle.
next TwilIght League mlotIn, ranked second nationally, rmp
but, for the mom t, all Twi- od to its 13th win in 15 sa
light Leaguetans are i for 85-10, over West Chester, Pa.
ia =dr ght d looking .ard IState as All-America Tom Gola
to t ea-oad pl the scoued 22 poiats. Dayton, ranked
loop. If we dare opimisc e-i 19th. ImprMeuely defeated W tt-
nough to look tot tomorrow era Kentucky, 91-73, for ti uLth
Igt's scheduled game ondor wit In 15 games. And lagUa,
are t ML Hope, Cr itobal ranked leth sank cU per cent
I49 o Sl lii ldy to get ofits beat in m 1I
b Et it dM tin2 3.41,_
..& %Al. lfsh
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Panama welteweight c
pion Tito Despalgne should
a "tough nut" for classy
weight J61tin' Joe Brown 01
Orleans to crack on the nig
Jan. 30 when they tangle .
featured 146 pound Iten-D
match at the Colon Arena.
Tito recently cae Iack

i un-

ing Luis Samul jte at-
tack for eight rundA enA came
on to take compIotl om m d in
the final fiye rou'dsof the 16-
round title match to retain his
crown by a unalmo decision.
Brown will updoutely be a
big favorite to win. evere,
there are many, including this
writer, who do not think that
Joltin' Joe will stop Despaigne.
The tough and strong Tito has
never been stopped locally -
even when he met such a hard-
hitting and classy c paigner as
middleweight Tsuz I'ortuguez
was at his best.
With a little luck. Tito may
even spring a big surprise by
putting his weight advantage to
good use and outpoint Joe.
Less than a month ago, Tony
Arventeros Of Havana scored a
six-round decision over Brown in
the semifinal match of the pro-
gram on which Paul Andrew8
stopped leading light-heavy-
weight contender Boardwalk
Billy Smith. ,I

a3 ir,. Ventine, W. Dolan, Tuesday nlghtL Brown met the
t 'on bases: Palomas 10, ^ same Arventeros in a ten-round
tsn 3. aseson balls off: Bar-, return match in his hometown -I
cr Batem an 6, Sanders 2 New Orleans. Joltin' Joe stopped
uBois 4, McGri ff 1, Nuf e4 Arventeros in the eighth roun&
sh 1. Strike-out by: Barber The bouto was halted because
S 2, Sander 1. Ht byArventeros suffered a severely
.itch; ," 'y: Barb.er (Nufiez) gashed lip. Brown s eems to be a
alk: arbiter. Passed balls- specialist at cutting lis. He also
ubbs 5, Bateman.1.o w1 i Wn stopped Panama lightweight
.cb.r- ,arb.i (2-2). -L champ Wilfredo Brown because
itchet: ateman (2-I). Urn- of severely gau ht .
Ires:, Mhl-1aDia Time: 1:35. Despite Brown's ted
^ __ class, however, DOsp1I=t4=ellOuld
Sgive Joe a rough evening. TiA

.* 140. And e.spalgne has never
t~lm e r t I lost to a lighter in Pabn-

. tll iMegue
Spab Schafer's 22 point .
d Vlllaova to Its 70th straight ,. e
ome ourt win, 77-63, over lt the second game of th e
repel Insitute, the first loss for 195 season of the Pacific vl-
0exel after 13 victories; Gen- slonal Softbal Iveague, Idsal
ra beat Pittsburgh, 101-96; Bread of Corosal Army oomain.-
en State edged Lehigh insary outslugged Natlonl Distil-
wertlme, 81-75 Florida State lers of Army LaUndry, 11. to 7.
at Mississippi St., 91-76; LouIns-
l trounced Morehead, 99-62;7 I Ideal Bread lumped to a one-
kavier tO.) beat Murray State, 1run lead in the opening frnme
1'; De Paul almost blew a n-{on a single-by VMor a a
point lead but defeated Branley, couple of errors. ..te bae. sur5g-
1-62; sad Seattle downed Regis, ed again in the.t)lrtd toning wth.
0-34 i -x-run attaetk that. chasedF.
GeorgetWashington. defending Da to the owrs and brought
utheo n ,aConference champtie onat tal ; whtel l heir to
Ith vIc4II3y in 16 games tonight four-run b ard In thle lower
astLb t Virginia Tech In one of half of Othe aour m
time 8 5es of a skimpy court o, .
rogr-m M. : a,. Silver survived two score-
. D _____________________ __- blew.a.11' > Oaby4- W!Or ha k. a

Ila Man Presents

quatk Show Tolte

i El Panama Hotel
Former V. 8. Olympic swim-
Ing coach Matt Mann who is
ow on the Isthmus, will pre.
nt an aquatie show at Hotel El
enama mis evening at 6.
Members of swimming
ams from Panama and the Ca-
al Zone will participate in the
low and such luminaries as
ob Connors, US. Junior Olym-
c Champion; Don Rafferty,
Ltercolleglate star, Ed Ovarton,
1hmidt and others will be seen
a action.
Clinton Osborne, aquatic dl-
ector of El Panama is cooperat-
ig fully to make the show a
The public Is invited.

er Jones Scores

ashg Upset Win

)ver Ray Robinson
RAlph "Teft" Jies of Detreft
last aght pulled a major upset
when he scored a ashddng
uanaulm s deeien ever for-
mer world welter and middle-
welght champion Sugar Ray
Robiusea at the Chicago Are-
na. It was Robinson's seecnd
major beout I hi comebaek
Jenes, 1I3, forced the flbt-
la all the way even We
talag evre ea~met=b
-nb *---a

brief fl

I - -.AMI
Sthot at ides
IMolest hadshe
I- sl d *

under a-sevtn-run barrage in the
third. J. Henry took over and
received credit for there victory.
Hylton was tagged with the de-
V. Morgan, 2-4, and M. Roman,
2-3, were the batting stars.
Neptune, formerly Navigation,
is scheduled to tangle with Cer-'
veza Balboa of Army Transporta-
tion, tomorrow, at 5 p.m.

Sports Shorts

Bob Feller the Cleveland'
Indians' star right-hander will'
be a speaker at the 51st annual
banquet of the Philadelphia
Sport Writer's Association Jan-
uary 1I. The writers will honor
the nation's most outstanding
athlete, the college lineman of
the year, and the most courage-
ous athlete.

The Pittsburgh Pirates an-
nouneed that righthander Nel-
son King is the first player to
return a signed contract. The
six-foot, six-nch athlete turn-
ed In a 16-5 record with New
Orless last season.

I + [ [. ggi

--l. 1

The Little L'ague Fatar 83
tern is all set for a. banner so
son with opening day to bhe
on Monday, January 24, at U
tie League Ball Park pn
Highway. Spring tra
ed thi past week after e wo
out aia selection of t play
for the six teams that was h
last Saturday morning.
The six teams, with sponsOl

r -

scored I t, Balboa Lions Club; i r Wi
Ma jhn Myers, TcleptlonD
uPuadu 2205; Coach Bill S tock; ay Bunch
Players Bob Lincoln, Jameb s es! Tom a
Slice,, W. Baker, Ted Albrltton, Ci re," D a v"
Jack Blaney, Wm. Mounts, J.
McLaughlin, Mike LeBrun, Peter TO
Denton, R. Ashbaugh, Louis En- Chmed
gelke, Robert Gerhardt, Jas. Bay, Mn, Smdt, Lc
P. Stewart, Jim Hearne, John Ano. -
Adams, Glenn Rhyne, Brack Hat- Team jM Anagers
tiler, Jr., Larry Nesslor, Ed Deca- practices t'r their
trel, Robert Patchett and Robt. rain ba i&terfered
Duran. Practice, Friday at 4:00 spring .tralning of
p.m. at the Balboa Railroad Sta- Leaguers. Pl y.7 W
tion. Been eowtast h

GIBRALTAR, Jrs., sponsored call thrCem oneI af
by Jim Ridge, Gibraltar Life In- tion re practice f.-"om
surnce Co., Manager E.N. BDur- Monday afternoon, Jan. U, at
ton, Telbephone Balboa 2401; 4:.'4 j4p. their will be gala o-
Coaches E. B. Curling and W. H. peir .With all the trimm
Alves, Players Pututuro, Mclroy with Mutual of Omaha and V
Johnson, McNatt, Lord, Marti, brfltar Juniors meeting at Pa.
Hanna, Bleksza, Marti, Feeney, Lia title League Park I the
Thompson, Dunlap, Alves, Fee- 0op t lg game of the ar
ny, B. ngeike,, Chsolm, aim- IdO"w. mpn. All playets of the
mans, Sebastian, Elenma x ad manages a n d
Thompson, John Eberens and eac* participate in the
OGe. Case. opener cerej Ao s hceh ita
cornir of Itoductlo of t
HAMADAN GROTTO: Sponsor- teamp it home plate, aina
ed by the Hamadan Grotto to centerfield for the flag ra-s
Lodge; Manager E. C. Fishbough, ing ceremony and the plVI of
Te~phohe Balboa 2394; Players the National Anthe.e' V 'i
F. 'Stewart, Wm. Snyder, Alex games bf the arsflgm,. --FE
Miszrachi, Jim Stalllngs, J oh n be played on the diamio At-the
Buudy Stan Watts, D. Egudin, Balboa Elemnteter oL

John and Paul Evans, Ed and
Gop. Jennings, Dan Hole,. Fred
Weade, Joseph Salterlo, Julius
Lusky, Mike Morrow, Wilbu r
Matheney, Colin Bradshaw, and
Richard Bishop. Practice, Friday,
Jan. 21 at 4:00 p.m. at the Bal-
boa Railroad Station.
"KIWI" Team: Sponsored by
the Army and Navy Store, Pan-
ama, R. P., Manager John F.
Hern, Telephone Balboa 1373.
layers Maduro, Wilson, Berger,
Valuino, Thibodeat Harness,
Mull, Mahoney, Corrigan, Star-
hanberg, Perra, R. Morse, Olson,
Mil, Morse, Joyner, Black, War-
On, Cuadra, Freeman, Michaelis
and Oster.
LIFESAVERS: Spopi~r0d by
the Levonel Company of Pan-
ama, R. P., Manager Charles
Belden, Telephone Balboa 3271;
Coaches John Engelke and Wil-
hiam Edmondson; Players John
Barrett, Chas. Belden, John Ca-

American Legion,

7461st Signal Play

At Balboa Tonight
Team.- W L
Lucky Strike ............2 0
American Legion ........1 1
Womack Distillers .......1 1
7461st Signal .........h00 It
Tonight's Game 7:15 p.m.
American Legion vs 7461st Signal
Sunday's Game 1:0 p.m.
First Game
A. Les. Womack Distillers
Second Game
7461st Signal vs. Lucky Strike
Tonight the American Legion
take on the 7461st Signal as the
Pacific Twilight League attempts
to get underway again after old
Jupiter Pluvius had rained out
their last tw6. scheduled playing
Red Wallace will go to the
mound for the Signal team in
quest of the Signal's first vic-
tory with Bud Poirer behind the
Ed Kirchmier, winner in his
only mound appearance, or Jer-
ry Halman w toe the mound
for American Legion with Bob
Rowley donning the mask and


Spur Cola W L
Police -rsS
Seymour Agene
Gibraltar Lie 1 t4 *.rtr
Wk 1414 4 __ A.
ElO t1414 i, 5Gb.allar Life
The dry soasun lived up q
name long e gh the r ftei-
fie IApr .ged to velani
ttles,. a tor a two-dy layff
because of raTi. Anareatlyth4
wet Stmoipe Old the eka
1414 some goqaqbeau A= they
snapped their laing streak amd
"on their frt ball game of the
season ".-.
The Lhdgeemn sent out a new
member by the name of MutilB
from Gamboa, and young (ui-
Uns proceeded to set down 01Gi-
braltar Life to four hits and only
one Walk. Atfer tMe first inn l
when he allowed twoihtts fo two
runs healanUand the doo 4nthe
fers famun .the fourth whpn
he gave up one hit for one run.
On the attack for the winning
Elks, Ed BleakiM, Tommy ]ight
and Corrigan aD chipped w i with
two safeties In three times at
bat. For the losers, Bultch. ager
had two for three.

Snyder, .lb-If
Adams, 2b
steiner, cf
OrrlW f
Wilson, rf

Ab t e
4 0T 00
s -W 0, I

3 0 0 ,0

S a i 0 4 0
I 6B00

Totafls 2 7
xBatted for Jackson in the 6th.
ELKS 1414
Stoudnor,2b 1 1 0 1
Pajak,s 3 2 1 a
Cmnby, 3b 9 1 -1 %-
Bleskieyf S 2: 0
Bright, lb 3 1 0
Devore,,ef 93 $ -'
Corrigan, 6 .1 0
Tillerf 9 V
Hern, rf 0 1 -

*Totals l| 5 s' ,s


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depOfture imm "

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Tito Despaigne To Be Tough

Nut For Joe Brown To Crack

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9rifab.. A';: 1om m urGo af Ch man Pros -w,


VEe( Dike s I Versatileou spurn a chance to make
r~ n~lnA..L n DECEIVIN L1KE -Hl Ps^^ K
yearAET, moCar'less, juAst
D lckeis,Is" .V etsr'ltapp-g golf Dall around a a 01TAPON
l=ks-especially if you were A rUAR
young (Ed), pretty (don t take bur
word for it, Just look) and able? I
Bonny IBarsaraRomack, PWOO42

P y With Power At The Plate asrgningaiei.
Ster field, left field and third 1952 "knd 1953, he returned last "* I is Just a game to me," 'T ,
base. year to Minneapolis. says the well-turned young cham-in
It was clearly evident then I Dickens has done quite a bit plO, and when it ceasest o be
that Manager Al Kubski ha of traveling in organized cir- that, I quit.
spade an excellent choice in ac- cults, having belonged to no less' bure, there has been pressure Vo
qViring Dickens., A player .wbo than six clubs since he broke In.'O me to turn pro. W ROCKY
can be shuttled around from Still a young man of only, 201 But I donwt care for the life.
potosition posioncan be of summers, he is on the threshold I've seen the effect it has on oth- 4V0KE
Inestimable ivalue to A club such Of entering the Major Lea es er girls. They're not the same. K
as the Yankees with a limited although the fact that he a They gut flippant, scarcely recog
amount of athletes. Giant farm hand and would have nize u any moie!.
On the arrival of the Itau- ,to push some pretty fair players "As an amateur, T can To to
kee -in Panama, this writer off their positions don't make his plas1 woulant be welccme oth. SCALLY
bad the opportunity of talk- chances of going up to the parent erwise./A *WITJ A
Ing to Dickens a"d Rowgas club any too good. However, no Barbara, a 115-pounder who
Phillips during the welcomigd one should be supa r sed If lick- built to make puppy's corpuscles
ceremonies give u the t hea eAs -breaks Into te majors n Inbubble rather tnan heft a Ao. 1
t. Pro League Champions of 1904. the not toe distant future. wood, is just starry-eyed enough
'They were both deeply ha.. Dickens has been ouftand- to get a kick out of playing |or M|CK

Dickens first queries concern- defensive play have brought o soCiuatl u heCrfe he wele ; / a W..
ed i the health of Osorio who, himn the plaudits of the fan. itteing about what furs- they I
wIt a known, suffered a srious he is the league's be ne ran erto e St e \ S
skull fracture while taking part and BI leader and is g a fine wrs toterim a el cae tevming.h B n n a
iln batting practice with his in. eler with a rfle arm. her fridis cal her sIgheinl oiant
'neapolls club last. year. Dickens' batting average of herebroadeste (",mItink hi'll t
From that time Ditckens a nd .340, 77 oBIs and al roundtrp- thae m hter in k seis p e i
the w riter became quite friendly rs after foure months of play th b Bathght ando Tets Cu ie"
and there was no difficulty in- ph withe Sioux City, earned Patimten wh a t ifus oth
it disknowugetting red ter shim his promotions to Minne- winks "But I have bee n lto ath." Ig T9
skullfactured polls and last year he finished Is no free nrde around the cirn FMAXU
Dickens has been ssx years in the season with .282 BA, pushed cuit for Miss Romack. P TO WAKE
organized ball, tar ting with Fo rt il70 runs across the plate and The watchdog United staI th s e-
Smith lof the Class C Westen blasted 16 homers iat ea Golf Association is even more
Association in 1947, and remain- The hefty Dickens who weighs righteous than Avea Brundage.
t with that team iinl48. 200 pounds confided than t he he must foot the i for all tray- i M
He plad t yerd wt Jacksonville, find Smoker hurler Humberto el and ab ommodations, no smal y e. WT' c
Class D Florida ntate League in Robinson the most difficult sum for a girl of moderate enr to Ibt I A n
1949 and part of 1950 and also pitcher to hit in the league and cumtances who spends almost I O- w \
was with Vickburg, Class B Seidotwat futh stated that Robinson's tricky half the year 't golf in all prrt In t A
Eastern League and Knoville, sid ea rm deliveries would prob- of the country. P-Vr s g E

offK ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~oraie ball,^ Atatf with score 70 rum acrossoli thub pla^* ~ ^^ ^ ^^te n her watcdo Uniter d swan to eLSI LEGEngtTewaeahwsapi~O ace h ~t
Class B t ri-tate League th ablsy befuddle most batters. Her father, Aubrey Romack, a
TAEIN G nmOVeu Psasaes Fro League publicity chlit same year. He also ventured to say that plumbing contractor, used to fin- b f a .. r...
A N some inteAng answers from star Yankee The year 1951 saw h ta in his opinion, of the Panama- ance her travels, and in Ibe ear-
a ~ oufeawlder Oihp Da tens. wihSo Ciy Co Awdesnni d n tan p yeav that hefe fhas sueen ly years com an iedbher A o ear
Pr Le4 Pubtliity chief of tbH Class AAA American A epa m e with Minnea sl. After ,odamen has the bestm chance to a career woman n beosme added &n Marcos Na
Berad. N e B., Iterview- soatCon would be imported to two years out fgr IRvice, stay in the majors, sufficient as a rising young in-tehLde
e star outelder Gilford Dick- Panama, the itn rvewer sought s urance agent the world's record for a mile
ens of lhe CV Yankees san out Albjerto (M manila) Osorlo 'e The work allows, reo ixenhi h B an
wasewithmet, ad s reedom si asndo sixteenth racin the San oder -
SHarrison, Jr. of the to find out what type of player. for a three-month tour of the 40-four-fiths.
.ana.s. American, follows, this Dickens w5s. winter circuit in Florida and Geor-
Osorto revealed that Dickens ltam starting with the Doherty
By yERNAtDO Nt was a real good layer with hallenge Cup at Miami Shores,d.o
*Splenty of power at toe plate and Jan. 26h30t -v -lad*nTEALr
hen the CV ;ankes front after checking back on the box Of course, wh er.vAr she goes C STuesday nht a crowd
office announced before the scores of the Minneapolis club there are numerous swain to Iw
League ondheugo Barbara'edto'gecnomplied by Seymour A ency. Sears the West its fourth defeat In'
an outfielder, name of Oiford Igleaiwd that Dkna had been .teins- blood rare steak- orn The 17th week of bowling was handicappd y a blind' fifth annual All-mtar gums
prickesns o f the inzieapolleam oufed1zClarios A tAAmeri con A-1 iewt inaoi.AtrI olmnhste etcac t aerwmnadnwi ef-pe

So fie pte e aiou io euwhich the USGA can have no beef. found Sears suffering it irst score the first game and Ste-' Madison Square Garden in
s tIFrom somewhere has to come shut-out since the o ein aphens (602) and Melanson (642 eYork. The score was 100-91
the power that enables the 5-4 w---- found the alleys and took care of Shlrman and fob Cousy -
the lst tw amesB DaneruuUie- then

,;j*, J.ofsweet-.winger to clout the pellet Utour oC
this Dickens wase.rlo a
pln- of power- E Patep with 592 'wra hnigha a .pr26d
'f e th CVtak d rlt at r c ek ng b c nt e b xo o re, w erev er sh i os C A SI EAUEngtfT e wht wa h waS

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soe a "a" U Two e -, ears,
cramento prcs Bus Pendleton and ror r M Amleor UUD REARS
Tommy LoPresi. ce she first One of the big highlights 'of Blind 160 150
In totedhe decaddy's clubs -around a th local sporting season is Thomas 200 173 202 67651
muniitoted her daddy's cBarbsaround a scheduled to take place on Anderson 199 223 170 592
.o&ti co rse. B- -B1ra a to t l o o A1 202 a10

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W __ ..^ ^^R 7 0C'i ~s. rpAM^M^Q^W^^u V 190 us ou
J..fihhi e ven in g at the Fort ""
had ake Pplayg got tsuh a-the Pea er 18 206 8 6W
A1* Norris sudbUd realised that through the Inactivity t h rn@1Srvc lb hntp
Sc Ned 'a d b Shoesn't meeanher approach to thhe A doroervice Clt awn s eAmero 1m3a6 218 6
the luterkntiokalout Clt b he had cream t cn a vod which h ad &me I't playi gonlfs. wathion the ning k nd t able tennis for A m estong 13t 158 3;J
o aed cities of t ho prafdlo asitn ea ah tionth ne au, w a t a a dispose ition, a big smile ures of the Panama Area will 924 903 935 2512

opporustyto -ras dow 00 the Ralp m which hade brought. anxlacM *^^ ids triuph. ____ 92 903f 99i 2&U rM- oae yte ta adn
rt an tedrseadodln waste bstger nto we d hair matnhip o : yetuan inner tenacity, she participate in angexciting "Sports SEYMOUR AGENCY
tWe New I BrooMyn'rhevetbaustene r, into thi cheim sh Of In't awed by competition. Nite demonstration. a Bates 167 165 224 556
t Nio e King Co Df d, Jim called in b I dle three a d Onlry once can tsherec l T The ar-s ududed as o sp Gleichman 179 179 214 57
Sike aKing C ol e ofoldJim' 4s aronervous before a match. That was men will Include Johnny Mc- Stillson 175 179 140 504

braoxing troda egan tolit htel k out ofe its competiiendodrums hj- --- f ---- M i S H l? fn ato e enswlfrmgnngrudoner.
Feoroe thige, anok land wosut ha ni cseldetiti uidoldrums last summer at the Allegheny Murray, past amateur winner of Stephens 192 212 198 602
For one thing, Rcky Mar ano, wo A icked up 18 Pounds Ccuntry Club, outside Pittsburgh the Panama Open Golf Tourna- Melanson 205 179 258 642
sincehisknockout victory oVr Ezzard' Ch ed. tra She was to meet Mickey Wrig mtnt and several members of
i sng o in the final of the Women'sNation- the skilled Atlas Table Tennis Ted Melason with 258 and Bil.
-hc another, Kid O lilan was matched with Ernie Durano, al Amateur. Club of Panama City. ly Coffey with 55 were the win-
Bayonne middleWeight. To add to the-a gaiety, comebRcR Ri It was Barbara Romack's ea- The 'Sports Nle" will feature ners of the e free dinner tickets
Rob n was ba racketed with Ralph 'ger Jtones fo Jan.9 ati slest triumph. a Golf Clinic by.golf star Mc" donated by the Atlas Garden.
iaghan t ate cin Saddleer wan s signed to defend hais feathr- Murray who lgivle tips on In the remaining match, El
ohna, go, an d watd a how to better their game to in- Panama with Billy Coffey hitting
Weight title ag st the veteran cnptendel, Red Top Davis, here y iger tournament int h B 181 h g
on eb. 25 w ed terested duffers. 655. took Powell's Garage three
Marclano's taking to the fr9st-bitten hills around Grossing- tAnosthe duffers.
ar's dos not teN5 kS b U whenttoen wh h i- h fine art of table tennis will from gaining ground on Sears.
pidnahle again, or ais whom. 7A Y selectsbeither1op-be displayed by George Gran- Jimmy Galligan and Dick Hogn
Before the caugoils and atut*AW ep' num, three-time winner of .he were the leading bowlers for te
poit or date, he winlrequire-ample fot that Marclano's w1se, SIUGGER'S STANCE C. V. Yankee outfielder Gip Dickens antdmian Table Tennis Singles Garagemenf
which was split in half by Charles, be able to stand a fresh displays the stance thabt has made him the seaorge of Paama m oh

Assault.~kon^re? Pro Leagu piteher. scure f aw=& an a ebe f h 1954 lath POEKU L
R e saePro League pitchers. fmilan D 0 u b I e a championship Larrabee 156 167 180 503
asurLt one.di receive much attention from a plsonc team. Mr. Grannum is called the Kraka 176 135 174 485
arga meo. tca omeedrAc hi Culdno Allshawo, n "king of the table tennis play- Spinney 157 200 181 538

surena Bt oe iect ~aA~hit olli ulu you that work comatnt OiMnmp"en" onf th Is_< thmu. Theeamour 18 212 19745
again make the champit ameller look like .s raw, ppin ir ers" on the isthmus. The de- alligan 187 212 197 59 -
hamburger bsected with a clSeaver. t i s t monstration will also feature Hogan 181 191 204 57
VA E BUY tg JUNE fae S O Frankle Durham, ranked as one
1ft. 7 tB KENl LOsFFLER of Grannum's chief competitors; $57 905 936 826
e i VALDES MAY GET JUNKosd TITLE SHOTilbl ea ac the foerowit t NEA Service William HI. member of th 2e
Wel has asu ed Norris that he will c o' y T n w s IW o W ay Isy thmian Doubles championship Waggoner 83 1 54
poetfor a June fight hore by Feb.-15. ThreepossiblitiaystVnaySWrte rNAsrvc Wila Hl.mmbr fthEL' AM
bu-XA adso U LDnCcel rtishree posionbnd team; and R. Moreno, semi-fl- Colston ?11203 log'
ACharley Norkus, who holds t w Pie 6 title. Definitely not listed H RRY GRAYSON Advocates of strictly limited lietarn frest ears oranli n Cam of fesyt 18'18
I Archi Moore the e ihMheavyweIght c champion, who v nery like- s ubstitution-and the comply ete lies and friends are cordially in- Coffey 211 182
ly will be matched w ri 0ha m Ols on. o NEW YORK (NEA)-Liberaliz- football player who goes with it vited to attend. 3 _.3a6 1291
Until recently, siers that Valdes, champion of Cuba ing the substitution rule by permit- -asked who swallowed that ex- M 976 Of -2713
-and South America, and rAid the No. 1 contender, would be ting any player starting a sny planation. There was nothing una- o
aldtracked. However, the mana who stopped Hurricane Jackson quarter to leave and re-enter der the rule of the past to.cam. TEA
now appears to have the beat chance to engage Rocky. That is, once in the, period, the National pains that required a cach to Wn Lost-
f th regal proboscld co naes though the teat. o Collegiate Athletic Assceai ion xep an incapacitated gladiator Sars 38 30 t
President Batista of Cuba, has spoken of a $250,000 offer to rides committee took a definite in the thick of things. dr1l Panama rs 33
Rocky to meet WP1in Havana. But Cuba, which saw Jess Wil- step toward the return of true Thinking along t'is line, when Powell's 35 33
lard take the i frm Jack Johnson back In 1915, is not going two-platoon football. you seSe 11 comblatants "limp" off whn Pgowe ll 35 3
to be reprojec ithto the heavyweight title picture just yet. The The first thought is that profes- the field to be replaced by u11 othS- eym u s 4ra
gam eftsaot sufferiMa from a.gtlut Of attlrcuSeons atonalsceats are lickingthe I r ers of sound mind and body law NDerk am e R AGo
A Marclino-Cockell fight would fare better in London than chops as the result of te change, season, ye can blame it o trsa Coc sL Cfer i o20n fro P
A.W rlchampiton i n b likely and it will make their job of land- tongue-in-cheek coaches wo put By DR. PHOG ALLEN Co nfey r 20
bothr Rock a. However, the Sments eying specialists considerably ea- across the liberalization rule. Written for NEA Service Hogan 24
eb t I'hII slmEngland.-T e c erer. 10 elThere was substitution by comi e Wagoner le
A mien Vtween Marciano and Norkus would be strictly -fr The college player still will plete }mits last autumn Ihut next QUESTION: The offensive team Best 1rI
Wtur lines up on an Out-of-bounds play Stenhens Q
hir Idoubt very sRDh VWeill would have the effrontery have to be aule to play offensively season thesq groups can i gturn lifro undernat thefbasket play Stlnhats '
tUo -h .09 NO"btalked into foisting it on the and defensively, however, for the in the same quarter. __ frm oeene othes fbas wl Gla 10
played replaced cannot return to -THE NEW RULE hard form one of these football waues Galligans191
act oun in the same quarter. stores the basketball-typeWo re. WMlN at the foul line, screening cle Melanson 1AI
If e could, coaches who plug- ball player to full stand nge o- layer they want tro make theshot Theis 189
AM )AOTIMISMID god for free substitution during hrw.cause he anot use
-the two years it was outlawed, mr than twc e s a q ter -u- to the play er passing in, a defes -
The Internibuid s o abated with the neceasty of re- once more would come close to ore na twice sttartsol er pushes his way thron h the
and bbWto enIIt is aufuleT,
a vU san and R b n o ,reh abilitatig a Onddershavingit. Certainly they would and then only if he sa" t. I A T A N R D r m Sa e rColushes It his wa y oul ouThe a athe O
turns do agoa= ndldweht have a mere liberaized repa This limits substitution where it lege. Pa., to New Haven, Ccn.*It isa folit .
downfu M.o~or be. fag Olson, deg t Planv and one thez cola hult- most-at quarterback. There instead of Pittsburgh, probably la sy et bafe a m't
e wRiter title and oalot of hispre not s consider vastly more equitable. are a lot of youngsters at 00oPrevented me from becomng thefAnswer:ish
11 he dropped a decision ;a These are th chaater build-P o or soremarkably skillful new j.Ed ar Hoover. tfor u hot.
ie thewoterawhowith ndm of u t sat ta and pnsin the ball It ta me i ntoaInotheribpas-id What should a defender do Ni Cfllop. v ran itti-
Inw caughternhe wtwo-on-one sit u r- en w r and form er m0 -
2 e t"t g ma pddre crX n qan at erack but not ketball coach w ith a eomplet e I dif trcughtin oaretfter i Nia ter, a snami
e11 0L L E sOA i dE10 1 0 1 1 th e g a me ftsIiy k n i t en o u g h t o g o t h ee o f u l c e r s t I o nR e t r ea I g t to e.L oae m a n a g e r o fntheA C NGo m b u s J

*route.sA.siRetreatmto a n wspap&r9s, toreleadgue manageIgowasheamod
irt a t It O days pa joftfhiger and Thisng thetwoMplatoon years, d was t ein m13. 1hadst aeot C m ab tents
Snake Afs d ls r woldleyearsagaduated from PittsburghrLawbM ay thItebaioalLague.
leeRidee s TeIewIs a 'co s 4 vu were very uWse- OOl-and in these depeso 041=4 = te Veteran catcher Walker Co-
~*tr ~ball,~ to s2=4 an eOtnt" 11 the Past three go, I took the Federal Bureau of 1Cubgaoesifor thepCrbaplastedean
tiona uate.yeMrs that theirPlay would be Investigation examinatiam, passed Why, he said, didn't 1 tryiit men after coming from Pitts-
I rttef tibde of the precidu- it Mid was 0MY way to take there?brhasadht.
tiesdapart-ITquafterbah. the Job when I I stopped off at I didn't trube alteI bs W h
pow ~~~COLLNGS COACUES eo~li- ven Wil M Oe skAim nu the Peasl State, my alms mater. I on a train and went to .W RAC
I an With Wrt 01of t unitd subsdtittOn tA newspaperman there and he Haven. I got the Job.
tIs e'Ieft any con. )oy'1t W-cut- nw I'mTtheSecond" d the
ft s ilte V in bay a = bit V wocampo',Las eialy for his recod-r
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tie s Called

KAWSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 20-
-)Former President Truman
tmmn't care "what you call me
because I've been called every-
tlftg,)P but he disclosed today he
tingly addresses f o r m e r
f-Caldent Herbert Hoover as Mr.
IMinemade the statement in an-
srnt to a question by New york
etiquette authority Amy Vander-
it$ In an interview at his off-
4N htbsVanderbilt said she ask-

Sime: he replied. "I've been
.00me',, he relie. I'e" ee
called everythingo"
Ie went on to explain, how-
ver, that in 1946 h e addressed
M Hoover as "Mr. president"
S when he called on the latter to
doq-a food survey of the nation.
I Instructed the White House
S etaff always to call Mr. Hoover
-'Mr. President' and I did myself
at the 1946 Gridiron dinner," Mr.
Truman asid.
S He added his present office
staff also addresses him as "Mr.
'When a former president
makes a formal call at a military
reservation he rates a 21 gun
salute just as he did as Preal--
| flt," Mr. Truman sad.
"Like a five-tar general or
admiral, he does not have his
firmer rank taken away on
'i. retirement."
He said that while It had been
a long time since enough former
Presidents were alive a one time
to "make much difference what
Syou caUll them" there were five
exPreasidenta living shortly aft-
r the Civil War.
He lisHated Buchanan, Pierce,
I illmore, Tyler and Van Buren.
M; r. Hoover and I are alive
nOW and I call him 'Mr. Presi-
B- ut if there is more than one
prealdent," Miss Vanderbilt
ted, "what would be the cor-
Meet conversational address?"
the ex-chief executive answer-
6 ed "Why should it any more
k in a room full of governors
=4 senators when each is call-
ed governor or senator by those
Pl'eas make it clear, how-
he said, "that- I myself
#are what people call me.?
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i Little League:

loys 11, Girls 7

even boys and seven girls
Aeb born at Oorgas Hospital
tg the week ending at mid-
t Monday, according to
ae weekly hospital report.
There were four deaths report-
S, during the week. During the
ache period 196 patIents were
admitted and 189 were discharg-
The. names and addresses of
1 parents of the boy babies
and Mrs., E. D. He-
S a0fl of l ook; Mr. and Mrs. J.
La ii, of Panama;: Mr.
SMrs. T. Correa, of Paraiso;
S 1 and Mrs. P. E. Goss. f Lo-
S eons; Mr. and Mrs. A. Sanlford,
qt Panama; Mr. and Mrs. F. Cot-
f Chorrera; Mr. and Mrs. C.
h = as, of Albrook; Mr. and
-. C. Reagan, of Cocoll; Col.
Mrs. H. J. Muller, Jr., of El
N ador; Mr. and Mrs. C. Mur-
4' i1, of Locona; and Sgt. and
ST. J. Gonzalo, of Curundu.
0 B1-0 were born last waek to
following parents: Mr. and
C. Vergara, of Boqueto; Mr.
Mrs. M. A. OOrannum, of
: Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
of Balboa; Mr. and Mrs.
.. Oranata, of Diablo; Mr.
1 Mrs. J. A. Evans, of Pan-
C Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Grant,
anama; and Mr. and Mrs.
l-st' 1jo tMitchell, of Paralso.

--Se.n. Paul Do


Control Ovei

Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-lll.)
asd today he will introduce leg-
Nlation to bring coffee trading
udler government regulation in
am-attempt to curb 'exaggerat-
l jumps in coffee prices.
Sh control. Douglas said. prob-1
fl would not affect the "long-
nat-average" of coffee prices but
ft'wold "remove the speculative
Aituations and abuses" which he
ON lay behind the skyrocketing
.03000 prices in the past year.
.. glas thus split from other,
seabers of a Senate Banking
MMittee which last year
lengthy hearings into
In coffee prices, which
sled cost the American
$MJOOD,000 in the first
Its final report, the subcom-
yesterday blamed the sharp,
In coffee prices on a frost'
adequate crop report.
cities on the ed.-I




Panama metria
'*Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.




Chiang's US -Made Air Force

0 0 0

Attacks Communist Shipping

TAIPEI Formes, Jan. 20 warships and three landing ships Tachen was exposed to attack are on e : of ie Tachen Islands.
(UP)-ChLnese Nationalist figh- poured in reinforcement.. y the fall of Ylkangohan and by NationalIt i spokmen were bit-
ter-bombers carried out their sec- Waves of Red aircraft over the the Red air raid yesterday. ter about the attitude of the Unit.
ond consecutive massive attack a- Tachen area kept the Nationalists The Defense Ministry reported ed States toward the overrrun-
gainst Communist shipping today, from helping the outnumbered de- one Russian-built Tu-2 was shot nting of Ylkianshan.
and a British freighter was re.- enders. However, there were no down by Taclhn ground-fire dur- One responsible source s a Id:
ported sunk in Swatow harbor. reports of additional Communist ing the attack described as one "The Communista are going to
The Nationalist planes hit a 300- bombing of hard-pressed Taclen of the heaviest since the second take our Islands one byo ne, and
mile stretch of the South China following yesterdays devastating world war. the U.S. 7th Fleet is not going
coast from the Amoy-Swatow sec- 200-plane attack. Military dispatches also indicat- to do a damn thing about it. And
tion north to the threatened Ta- The Reds were conceded both ed appreciable casualties on the there Is not much we can do a-
chen islands in an all-out effort naval and air supremacy-a pow- island where at last report a siz- bout it without American naval
to ease Me Communist threat of erful factor for the predicted BaaM LsUwiamuy O dnoitol equ and air support."
new invasions, leap-frogging campaign down the stationed. Officials maintained the loss of
Official naval sources in Hong NaUnalist Island chain to lay In Washington, President Ei- the northern outpost defense line
Kong said the 1700-ton British open the defenses of Formosa it- senhower told newsmen he had would lay Formosa wide open to
freighter Edendale was caught in self. been informed four Americans Communt attack.
an attack Wednesday night in
the Communist port and sunk. The 0 -
eajtain and crew were reported .
2E Wr. e 7th Fleet's Admiral Confident Can Defend
Another British ship, the Inch-
kilda, was heavily damaged last
Cowuen ist at bmig h L :Formosa, Pescadores Against Any Assault
Nationalist bombing attack. 91
The Nationalists flew m 0 r e HONG KONG. Jan. 20 (UP) gime. The official Nationsal t ers he called on Dulles to say good.
than 200 sorties for the second Vice Adm. Alfred M. P ride said press had violently attacked U.N. by, adding: "I am leaving by the
consecutive day in an effort to today he was confident his U.S. secretary general Dag Hammarsk- first plant for Formosa, where I
halt the flow of Communist re- 7th Fleet could defend against a- jold's recent mission to Peiping belong."
inforcemeqts to invaded Ylkiang- ny attack and that he did not be- as just that, it was recalled. The Intensified Chinese fighting
shan island and to other jumping lieve the Chinese Communists President Eisenhower said yes- dominated a major part of the
off places in the Tachen group 200 could capture Formosa. terday he would like to see the Prsdent a news coherence and
miles north of Formosa. i "We can take them" if the Chl- United Nations use "its good of- the White House permitted direct
The Nationalist planes ranged nese throw in Soviet-built Mig-15 fices" to try to arrange a cease- quotatiMons of selected portions.
from Amoy 300 miles nor ith to jets against U.S. Navy planes, he fire in the snow-balling war be- Choohe ais words careful
Tachen while defense minister Yu said in an interview. "There is tween the Chinese Reds and the the P-resiWent sai the Tachns
Ta-wel discussed "matters of always a Cow of new aircraft in- Chinese Nationalists, might have come military value
rest importance" with U.S. am- to the fleet." The President fully agreed with as an outpbst. BNut he said he
bassador Karl L. Rankin. Su The U.S. 7th Fleet has been Secretary of State John Foster knows of no military official who
called the attack purely a de- charged with the defense of For- Dulles that the Red-attacked Ta- believes they are vital to the de-
fense action, a sposman said. mosa and the nearby Pescadores chen Islands "are not a vital e- tense of Formosa and the Pesca-
The island battleline was a- islands from Communist inva- element, as we see it," to the de- donres. ,
flame at both ends with die-hard sion. fans of Chiang Kal-ashek's. For- But the Presaldent, taking a keep.
Nationalists on Yikiangshan bat- The Pescadores lie about 40 moesa bastion and the Pescado- the-Reds-guesing attitude. refus.
thing red invaders sin a desperate miles west of Foripsa toward th rrea slans. ed to-Sfedlato on "exactly what
fight for survival while National- mainland. Th%,Ta-a 5cad,$ now wawebh5d'do Int ihat t ea"
lst artillery hurled more than aoo Nunder ed jtof the But, while he doubted U.N. In- hsA tha posity a VS.
shells Agait Mh ChI hYu mainland somie t fromn tervention would aecoml1sh I hsea .b sga there way i
island near Quemty, just O A* Formosa. much, he told a news ,c ren i.llia d t 4sa
m NA. he would like to see such active namcIi -as Red i which
e Nationalists, using Ameri- Asked if he thought the Tahen"because wherever there is AnF tews "a prolivity for a. ike
can-made Thunderjets, Mlaimed fighting wouduiillii kind of fighting and open violence isleemn a nent were scr
the sinking of a large transport scale wir he replied: "Only the in the world, there is always ... of pararm w scraps
north at of laichen and th e Communists know that." it Is always sort of a powder seg." ttenor of the President's re
damaging of four 2000-ton ships "But every expansion of the "Whether the United Nations marks ave added weight to
in Swatow harbor. In addition Communist perimeter is serious," co do anything th partacul- thortatai rpo s theUni to
they hit "numerous" motiriped he said. arplace, I don't know, because Statesifitends to stay out of any
Junks. However he said It did not probably each side would insist blow-up we Cmuist an
A defense ministry communique seem iensible to draw it line a- ahn che fa Rdb u between Communist and
A defense ministry communique seem sensiblt to draw a line t i was an internal affair, Although Chinese Nationalist forces in the
confirmed that Nationahlist resist- against Communist expansion in from our viewpoint .. It might be Tatchen l t orc te
ance had not yet ended on t h e the diasection of Formosa because ood thing to have them take a A move tad Fr
rocky island of Yakiangshian al- "if you fix a Inie the enemy will loo at the problem," he said. w oa diffren problems.
though the Communists were us- come up to that limit." Senate Republican Leader W i- resent a different problem.
ing fame-throwers to root out the Asked if submarines had been 1am F. knowland, who wants a States wouli noted teUnbe commited n a
last of the defenders. detected in the Formosa strait more vigorous attitude toward trat nw befr t Sted, to a
Communist guns from nearby Pride said, "There Is no sense Red China indicated dissatisfac- to Chiano before the Sente, to go
Toumen Island kept up a steady telling the other fellow what we tion with he administration pos. attack fosa i the Communists
artillery barrage- against the de- know about him." Aon. mk Flosa or the Pecado.
fenders four days after Peiping Asked the strength of the Chi- "' res.
claimed the capture of the island nese Communist navy he said it He said he had warned last Nov.
outost, does pose "some threat, but not 15 of "the danger of the coexist Only Three Added
The communique said the "her- too serious. ence policy wh ch might lead the
ole guerrillas" were still taking a He said the Russians, of course, Commuat world into open nib- TO C R ll
toll of Communist invaders. It have a "good strong fleet" in the bling. 1Be said that now "the 00 0 nal o s
said th had killed 1000 Reds Far East He woU d not say the first nibble has taken place, small
and sua or damaged mosever al ixact strength. thou it may be, and a series of B tw en J OH. 1-15
Meanwhile Naionalist China smalnibbles will amount to a
S*. *maintained official silence on iale one" Only three new Dermanent
Collins To Leo e President Eisenhower'appeal Nationalist Foreign Min- employ were added tean-
thea Union:.Naemonoymowereoadded to the Pan-
S R 0 l the Unt e aisns tonsoIAte a iter George Yeh, who visited with a Canal Co. government force
Vietnal For Talks asef between Nta I sDules for half an hour, curtly during the first half of January,
Vietnam ror Talks ^ m~~^ ^i* ^o~n p ~f nnci
*CItu was felt certain by diploma refused comment on the Prei- scootrdcn to an announcement
t watic obserertrs, howq o that the dent's statement He told report- at the Personnel Bureau.
In Washington ticos ,a tAllthreeOf the new employes
government was baicaly oppos- ,re women Abbie A. Scott, ofye
SAIGON, Indochina Jan. 20 ed to the idea. Previous of cial Hamlla Indianoms, of Jn.am s to ofe
(UP)-U.S. 'pcal al nvoy Gen. statements revealed the National- DIoas Eyeing' Ina X Ra n d, o amsond ~ e-
J. LawtonS will leave South ists were emphatically against a- N.C.
V etnam next week for the Unit.- ny talk of "two Chinas.' There re a employed as nurses. Mia
4States, meridan sources said was no indication that this policyas been assigned at Gor-
Ro Hospital and Miss Hall will
today. had changed oveirni ght even al- wd
Collins has been called for two lowin Esenhower's appeal. For 19 Co Venlio ht Coco Solo. Both
weeks of consultation in Washing. eUable authoritative sources a were employed in the States.
ton on the actual state of negotia- said U.N. negotiations with Red The onlY locall employment for
tions for American aid to Viet- ChIna for a ceasefire would be WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP) Permlnnt duty was Dolores 0.
nam and on plans oft training but one more step towards do .A trial sounding of party sent tewrt, a native of West Tam-
the Vietnam army. facto recognition of the Pelping re- sent Indicated today that the Pa, Fla. She was employed as t
1965Demorati as~nal on-stat.istical illustrator in the of-
1M65Democratic national con- lice of the Executive Plang
ivention will be held the Ilast h Sta.i manning
Wjs|~ t9CP fI.wm nar nT? week of August either In Chicago
uglas Wants Government or^. eher In ho
u gla opeda l se andl date were The Groaner Doe
N e l ^ ff r t. diascu l Informally with party
am V %I e charman Pau Butler by a --9
r n. Y. totree exchange the nf-atio HOLL-YO .. 0 (
day and elected Matthew H. Mc- friends a "The Grnower." didn't
mperfections" on the New York ginal subcommittee report did Cloakey, Philadelphia builders leto a m ohean yesas doc-
coffee and sugar exchange and contain a reeommsu datom fto r party treasurer. tora operated on him for re-
concluded that trading practices government regulation, but this Butler said he received no sert- moval S a kidney stone
om the exchange "contributed aig- stricken out at the last moment ous objections to his proposal to The famed sinig star of the
nificantly to the spiraBing rise m at the suagcatioi of Sen. Homer delay the convention until Aug. screen was in surgery four hours
coffee pt-ices." sadE. Capeheart (A-lad.), chairman 27, instead of the usual June or at St. John's Hospital in nearby
"of a suffiitl seiu atr retrne from ma lne.Aela Philadelphidad Chicago oee peratio hiscodito wa e
to warrant correction." ecfosolc moiferoace where It w as the citieP most often mentioned ported "excellent"
}But it shied away from rmcom decdedto st tipan international u lace D o it Te a r dericr C. Uhlu ber-
a ea fthe Cms DO a; d r Is"no gdood nns to put up a larg no hitches developed nremov-
dity Exebange Act. eccnofl maea" _wy th ,iiott nt of moeypa to1 dera '"ii i the atone.
IeaH~d, it said. coffee prices fBeetchange SeBM not bebre Suler amid he Dlans to point wn ...,. ... e'
unur aufnr WASU9Ua peia sbcmmtte.toe-ce tiersfo m the o

altogsl "SO ceuermino.oy iuae |
factors 0 supply and demand ia
a free ecomy" and the ex-
change embers "should eest
Adr manymlhuilt in wMan
orderly asd lift
Ama -
Doulmas. who filed a disseating
iiiin- saj < ticM e

ttee report
what it l n
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in Iuils To Wash 0

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t Weatheran let the Cu- A oda
Lying I runduswant P0,60'ta
ti U down iorg than Co.-
durito t as I" t Wool and TqRoplid~eei
uptI Yst euduybut 't hasnM mito; 21
not dampened the- of the pany; Ca Ouraa;
volunteer e ASe-
Naked elation 3 e ve tat the SM
.have mne of the ieat combiea.. ^ i^ ^ .
tion airs, zdfitwolu and Car-N or dS
-LO O, Jn nivals that have ever bee n putj The PanaUma mdifg utaa
*LONDON, Jan. 20 M()-ThE an anywhere. Due to the bdbg horse how'W
figure of Oen. Alfred Maximilian weather which has prevailed1-Mekljj
Gruenthen lay nakked innaMdaae erA are.:tiwusnds of people ponj
Tussauda chiy wuh museum to- bth aideso the Isthmus, both pereuad$A to
sezd its unlforn. pubic f onWho haent
hd an opportunity to set out-to P"a apr
The American supreiM e corn- the Fair. w
mander of NATO form in Euro- At. a meeting Tuesday night i
pe sent one of his own uniforms of the Vplunteer Workers It was hl
to clothe his tatuo which hsa 'unanimously agreed that the
just been assembled In the fan- rair should be held over for an- rSW
ed gallery of OU figrw a- other week. Therefore, Instead a E .
alongside other U. 5. notables of closing thin week end as plan- t9UBW WWW
ranging from President isen- ned It will go on through Sun- a l
hower o Joe Louis. day January 30.f S oVcm
of the exhibitors of prod-
But customs officers impound- unets from Panama and Colon Although ocen-goin taf f
ed the star-studded uniform at will have their exhibits open and thvdnlh-th
London a rpendinoP payment some others will be added to let tri flin
of duty an purchlax.every one hate an opportunityfor t first n SfS o
Tussaud spokesman Reginald to as them. mhe list of exhibi- fMheal year Jul -tMhr -DOuh
Edda declared today "I don't give torns includes : member ahow an OTel do
a damn about customs, I want Philippine Rattan Furniture cine compared wi.th. previo
to et the ruddy uniform on the-Co. Cerveceria Nacional; BmUw year figures. Etatt as on Ca
ruddy general." r aem i Paredes; Colon Motors: nal traffic for last p.onth an
"The uniform arrived Dec Clva Coplan Motors; Panama for the first ami months of th
ber 20 and we still haven't got Radio Corporation; Tivoll Trav- gll year we wr An
IL,' anQs 55S10.

It," Edad Uld.
"We've hadl a lot of trouble
over the general."
Edds said he and Bernard 'Tu-
saud, great-great grandson of
the waxworks founder, went to
Paris to visit Gruenther at

"Our sculptor studied the gen-
eral and I photographed him,"
Edds said.
"And now look what's happen-
ed. He is lying about naked in
bits and pieces now waiting -for
a uniform so we can assemble

US Clamps Down

On Picure Taking
By Russians In US

-The -United States, In a new
tit-for at gotlon, today barred
Ruslals from photogflhlnssor
sketching' mi? lft&7fllm%
in hiconr
Sevierctwous InhUMcountry 1
also were forbid to buy aerial
photographs, lArge-scald maps
panoramic pictures or deaIled
development plans of American

SlevI Prea s

To CoopeIate ly
WI~h NawtaMa

6we 78 trapslta b
ton s e



m... S WW35W the month of NovsnW r but
WA4HINGTQNA.S. fell well beOW` Decimber, 1953
Jwaa)n, 20(there were o&nnem
Ar~y Becret~ary Robert T. and 66 ovrnent iutsl -i
Stevens has promised to teatifyn gove nmen isle In
and cooperate fully in a n e w TUolls and tolls credit report
Senate Investigation of the Per- ed in December totaled $SSW.
ess ease, It was learned today. 1lS, of which $161 was Intols
Stevens -onfered aterday credited for the f26 ua govern
with Ben. John L. McClellan (D- ment ships. ern-
Ark.) new Chairman of the Sen- The December tranie
ate Investigating Subcommittee. brought the total forthe % &
McClellan has said an early alx months of the o ut p
task of the subcommittee will be to 4,109, as eoanaa' edA 4
to ask Stevens and Army corn- 437 for.1hew comjaaratlnv e rt-d
seUllor John 0. Adams for the In the rrviou aiscal year.Com-
full tor of thd promotion and moerelsr shipping from July
honorable discharge of former through December was slightly
Maj. Irving Pereons. in excess of01 the total reportedin
pereas, a New York dentist, the flat alx months ofthbS pre.
was released from the Army aft- viouis fial year, But the pAnmp
Srefusinag to tel Sea. Joseph her of go reatilp t
MCartn 7 th B-Wls.) then cbair- tw it
man h ubcom ttee, a martod dflne In got60
Whether he was conimunIsta. kt-ipnt hp h al0 ov
An informed, source said that through the r
tey4eB expect to testify in the O f ,-e-
ew r and praised full in tolls an toelR
operationn in apa paint an d 6ixA period Ih oeBproB
producing any oumn the the totals recorded in the
subco ittee requests. first half of the previous flc
1 A. l rnwhileui MCIollnMa t [ear;

industrial citiea. -- ,, Lim u ps*-
ponedC the subconmmuittee's first
Coupled wlh tighter travel re- meti under his regime from
strictlons announced two weeks ItOd until Monday because some
ago, the new rules subject Soviet of the Democratic members were
vitors to nust about the same unable to be present.
condittlons faced by U. a. travel-
ers In Russia. The previous or- B
dler placed 27 per cent of the Kussia n m H6
country "off limits" to Russians.
The photograph ban was Im- am Vaa i
posed mainly because of-the in- Afte IPUI In
creased disposition on the part
of Soviet police to appear at the A ti ia m
click of a shutter in Moscow. A- ElY SU5U1
Their seal In enforcing camera
controls has caused several in- BERLIN, Jan. 20 -(UP) -The
cidents involving U. S. diploma- Russians today Iree" American
tic representatives. The most re- Pvt. William A. Verdine after
cent one led to the ouster from nearly six years of Imprisonment.
Russial of Mrs. Karl Sommerlat- The 28 year-old soldier from
te, wife of an American embas- Starks, La., was turned over to
sy official, who had gone on a American authorities In Berlin
picture-taking expedition with a and he was rushed to the Army
friend. hospital for a thorough physical
examination. -
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles said in a note to Russian An Army announcement said
Ambassador Georgi N. Zarubin Verdine "will remain under mil-
that the United States will con- Itary restriction while the cir-
sider relaxin Its ban if the So- cumstances under which he be-
viets will do likewise. Otherwise,'came absent without leave are
he said, the order "will apply thoroughly Investigated."
until further notice." Army authorities feared that
Like the travel restrictions, the long years as one of 500.000 pris-
camera ban does not apply to owners In the giant Vorkuta slave
Russians employed by the Unit- labor camp In the Soviet Arctic
ed Nations secretariat or to A- region mirht have damaged Ver-
merican citizens working for line's health.
Russian organizations.. Other former prisoners who 0
Saw Verdine in Russia reported
There are eight Americans em- ito appeared Ill-some said he
played by the Soviet news a- iad tuberculosis.
geney Tass in New York and
aWsigo.M1 m1m1-1m1

isn't Efit A Moan



under the, O & 1~mwr -1 remove| a s t neI osur. wom j
Act who 18 other of the natoi. 1 's t, r-by theree centimeters from the
"mot iapor t foods and fib" a o l bids. In abut 10 kidney and did certain ra- r
are already under the act, s days. structive procedures hoping to
The Commodity Exchange Act A GOP subcommittee re- prevent him from forming mow I
pvIde r lUmitatime o- the gently t bids from Chicago. atones," Dr. eblahmberger's bl-
dally price ucta as n ex- Philadelphia and Atlantic City. letn said foBowaing the opera-
changes thus ubiA specula. But, Atlantic City doesn't offer ton.
tiea. s much money as the others The aUutoM aid the lengthy
Do saW s and isn't on a televia net- semf o cpaMaUnIo
lphhadehphla Is offering o50.- Surqpp
008 and a evant-free hall. a.t o tae I
a6 pa5 5 Chicago sa offering inuai ha what Bo
PI O .R M T b wa ft;refl la a lfc eC- ry g ig ges w
PIN but IBaMltiered free "ntaa"mycouu wq ~

ahooed to his own private room.
The 60-year-old singer enter-
ed the hospital two days ago for
treatment of the kidney condi-
ton which has bothered him
odicay for years. He re-
a underwent an operaon
n I s- removal of a stone.
baerger said Crosby
would be ocfined to the hoa-
pital for about two weeks then
would be required to remain at
haoSJor another month before
e e m jeane his normal saet-
The actor Is between picture
at present, = bn whedue
to Otaxt new movie at Para-
mo at anti) Mrchb.
In to Uw-ithhis
Pa "Me .so Md
4ge uite Miw. A COW emgl-
a Bin ta tape reorder to
tao gn roommn to 4 the re-
at f s fame-
~"'^S ^^^"W *JIi~eU~L *j~et~^-~.

Ex-K LocuISr'

Ad.m J. Dom Dei

In Arkansas
News of the death of Adam

Do, retire ^a a Cana
Lockmbater. at hi;home 41 Bet
ip Rnot
Springs, Ark on Jan. 3 haa bee
received on the Isthmus. He wee
64 years old.
News of his death was received
In a litter to friends on the
Isthmus from Mr s. DoMn.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorn were well-
known residents of Pedro Ml-
guel for many years. After hI
retirement from the Canal serv-
ices In October 1950 they estab-
lished their residence at Hot
Springs. He had been In Ill
health for a long time before hi
Mr. Dorn was born in Scotts-
dale, Pa. He came to the lath-
must in 1916 when he was em-
ployed as a machipist In the
Mechanical Division. Re tans-
ferred to the Locks DivisiOn 48
1819 tad all of his service, which
was continuous untIl iMs retire-
ment, was with that division.
He was Or employed at the
LAcks as a towing locomotive
operator. He was promoted
Though variouss ra in the
o an was made tockmas-
ter in December 1947.
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