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"Let the peefe knows the truth and the country is sef" Abraham Lincoln.
of the Ob5Uon of Arl-
aS W5 whish has beetIna
v-thte*t = -a an m s
the roeent aulei t han e
qeuuyitf eni tsd t..aggerns'
by Niea iSua i. due bac here
tids eternoo en roete to
The comiasldon has made r no
explanation of its, apparently
hasty return to OAS headquar-
Niejaignan prlident Ansti-
sio lsomoa said in Managua yes-
terday he was rushing Nicarla-
gu9 troops to the Costa Rican
border to meet a "very danger-
ous Altuation" brought about by
abolIshment ol the .si-mile buf-
fer zone between the two na-
He Said Ie had reed reluc-
tantly to abo'lihig the buffer
zone at tie reqie the Or-
ganlzation o Aerican Statels
wl*lch bad requested I In the
first place becaun Of the Csta
.* He n ..wt* ,
F; w .
President Ricardo Arias:
'Not All Panamanian
Panama's President Ricardo Arias and Foreign Minister
Octavio Fabrega emphasized today that not all the "as 4
rations of Panamanians have been satis fie d" in the nOI
treaty of mutual understanding and cooperation betwe ii
Panama and the United States, signed by Fabrega and U
Ambassador Selden Chopin at 11:50 this morning.
Signing of the new treaty was preceded by one minau
of silence in memory of slain President Jose Antonio ig ,
'mon, who initiated and guided the course of the negotl
lions between Panama and the U.S. until his untimely d4
Using their own pgs, F p- .. Chaopin st aiW2i6w rd, 11. c" I4
the treaty 7nd Efl**Srm. of htdm n
?Ar &,3) an .tent tk .t, t p t hor
VWNru60eoiRP aide- T thq cerenoayinclud the Hasty gtltrsMi
S.r rHarmodlo Arla, oM 'flth tr e i aM iM rs of the local and foreign press ad rcrdi .
St up tents and f"ild Chapin, who spoke lame- Guizado, made special mention scarlet robe made a bright spe
S ktchs and a every Indics. d W a tel 1 dialely after Vsbrega, remark- of U.S. President Dwight Rlsen- of color.
S tionasofl r d thYere, crete- d,_ "'ply eA thought marred hower's personal contribution to In the small gllery of the
ing 4nw military diplomatic l,. the e.aeloa the absence of thie success of the negotiations. Yellow ROOm, young ecretmls
pAroblems .. one who t be considered therwe.h.hP.cadt
pr OA mians tor iti thi awent Fabrega sold that on three acat n white b otas'
mee Ric government v is io ns i we may teci oas wh th teal-seblue skirts peked wh
to i 049 s en ne" T M consolation in recalling that the negotiations had had reached over the raill to watch
nuer spred to have the work of Colonel Remon, as ex- an apparent stalemate, the proceeding g. A tlevion
buffer sone emSatedl b The following is a United States State Department summary of the principal provisions of the new treaty: n Pt b the pe rsonl inte on recorded he events w
of the faiure of the rebel fol n "5 "hAgreements, will live on and Eisenhower at the requests t of plece witin a thirt-iu ;.
troops to cross the border and 1. The annuity paid by the Panamanian employes of the new strategic highway within certain land In front of the that these documents which lie President Remen contributed period. -
be-lnterned by Ncaraga. United States to Panama will be United Stat vernment in the the Canal Zone. United States embassy office before mecan truly be consider- towards removing obstacle
omoa sad he had sent 5 increased rom $40,000 to $1,- canal Zone and providing for 13.-Panama aives certain building In Panama City. ed as a monument to his endur- which threatened to bog down A hush ell over the
Troops upto athe boen mor fva 9i0lm. uniform application of the Civil rights acquired by treaty to tree The treaty is subject to rati- Ing fame.") the discussions. which rose for one -ini
d ere are peny more 2. Panama will be able to levy Service Retirement Act to citi- transportation on the Panama fication by the two government Speaking before the signing of Short before 11 m. the honor the memory of slain *
hlne aded thhe would ansi ifome tat on employes of OC- zens of Panama employed by the railroad and will come o ect on the treaty over the national ra- Yellow om of the reden den Remon. Only the t
He added that he would a "a date that ratifications are ex-thtra
thte ane l who arePan United States government n the -- certain ra are dio network which carried the began to fill up with Panama- riding of a movie amer co
the Mutang fighter planes e oneta o 14.-Panama waives certain changed. ceremony. Canal Zone v. John
ot orom Sweden a few days ago ggan n d others who anal zone treaty provisions to enable the _ e Gnan officials, members he heard .
t tn ore~r.~d S~t~t~e~ rYt e S e o eybold declhdared: "Diplomatic "
S enf S y eterg and who reside in territory un- 9. The United States agrees to Unid tates to x l ed t inthat we haves d Presidential guards stood
sI wit m eonfthE yhesterd a raa put into effect certain upplie*- post pxc h a n g e cprivillges to a "Itl of VN rect i p ms atalg o af c on uS representatives.ep n a t the etn t
hd se of the wo..ioo of Pan n -e ce eo-La Boca Councll r ed i this stage of concur-dls ".at *at a nd
AS to nvewMMgat CCost oloR beacs h andiprovements, ena ite ate aa ovenmni t- n- nal visiting the Canal Zone unt n t n buzzed around fthte nfolr exPrade
hrar es.ad r that n s ry under Panamaan pmy tn o obta ne a sn ncre d s e dser auo pes a a s discu L ed WReOthe fHik -, a countries, to docu nt ing.
Shares it hat d o tae ana force N us 15.-l ai amon eret- ea agree to lease to w tr o ise ,ulntris would be signed shortly before h
ed C.lb be r a t- hem ,ao ,,rationa s gnthe wboundrnt atheonartrics noa the the mucr and pUnited Fta brea, w as raaa'd das Oagn Apea l mialon We
Sn a s t he irashed theo urlae u on, previously acquire in the bul neste of supelyeln the o prmeriod of M Te nw tb
0d .....e coue J- Inclu _, .....edi no .. to u or onsumio the theP -Uited Sh es peroi deid Th e n iteFordeat wtillw plate noon. Lights and c omer a er rse arot a lad g
country Rmn a tiionoaonimya wi r rawl hao f e 9 99 years without cost save for a plIfs o P rs t ent emn onf C these t cies re F bora oa
we re lsot hato requ and anidmpePaoam wl, Coft nono- 10.- T nie te ol discsse e h find- 19S "Nesthr Jose amon appered top Franci he dcu-n Te dpeabeo by
wASble crr wed tl., meit of ecitesd so r waal VIefdl ora nE 1 SinMa respective countries._ an! I am put into P mso" bortioineof r.. his sfuistsent.ji
i uAt Olt, aoed lar and the station in of United States a cles f o prom oof p relsl ntinuous sure that each government will' Whites-uited mns w r y Calo Sure and the
tlodw e a Idtb v t w tr- den City and the gradual the business of seln supples oate meeting ofochill a-, rtspees tn flr o r ..irmor, tot 8
oldet. at r n1o -. t- i oVer of the New CAtobal, (except fu n luuer urcants)e toU t te United S tiate s Embassy At a ee oL Boca project such programs as witlloa- tonwesoe as an air of expecan atteAUds.llre
buffear mono wastoalidaw. r0* bea c h sad pFo t de en ed States grnment residence in Panmoa City. Civic Council held at the La slat their respective nationals filled the room. Speciame p tr
bm r the n te otid e o n -na h os p residents of the republic who m faro and Dr. Earmodi l
lo oms said that as- sep. arla In Colon, owned or operated ships and the 16.-Panckma agrees- penman r Boca High School last night to realignment to the new cn-ere reserved S
ha t&e# i eres ia Nied i 4.u. Aroati_ .on n the un tery naition, un er certain cun tond coming 20 percent rent raise During his opening rearks were, present at the solemn-w"i
l e to i 4. Ateratons t e ounayu ons,. o. manuacturing and projected for Panama Canal President Aras recalled aephrae ,ma^lon. ^
tro a n the emlen o they between the city of Colon and process sing in the Canal Zone of P-local rte quarters. which became fan followinre_ The President's mothe, w i
tan E ttre i ema i l Thal Uua mm The membership decided that a historic address y the late Carmen Espinosa Arias a o e ot pro
e ant5 or 2Import privileges of no n- 10.-The United States Cn- the rent hike Is justified. President .Reman on March i,'dfroCt eat minutes befor
al Rm e that n 0 and hRe o c r n ey 0 i Rhith totea Also discussed were the find- 1953: "Neither millions nor ams, appeared o signothe doCU- Thdesnpeehes b
to '.o ey cause .no Zo.Riate rs eh 0B D ead ge hBa of W ilson Crook in his we want justice." me.. Panama's First. haden th n e
and .lhe has Put them in o Canal Z a s who-es n Ie th-e cons truction e G TEA CITY an 25-study comparing housn con- Fabrega-, who ras Pnama's dark-haired Mrs O g r i l
Jo itHl ney cause no Aco-.u r t Z I- sahot i bra ing ho usein c.
i. Abrogatlon of the United frred to in point four of 'the,(UP) Four rioters wre shot dtion of Canal Zone employes chief treaty negotiator till ap- created a flurry of greeting r ma r o
Untbr international law, So- treaty monopoly with respect to general relation agreement of dead when a mob of 80 men who live in Panama with those pointed Foreign Minister follow- the officials who welcome hme Life.-
tOas mon's successor, Jose Ramon Archibishop Francis Beckmans rqu do ooant.
only to #38wm t And keep imnan raroas and hghways. I I. ns, rat'to th attak d i ry i- are ;n th at salaries.
them Ih to e siieo ner of a village 75 miles north- It was agreed that Crook
An regards the posblity of States treaty right to prescribe for a period of 15 years without east of Guatemala City, the OV- should be commended for his
rul fiht omoa sd and enforce sanitary measures in ot, a military training and Lus Coronado Lira secr excellent analysis.
am hum in enough to under- the cities of Panmma and'Colon. maneuver area in the province to President Carlo Castillo Are The Council also organized a
stand there be inad- L The United States Con is of Coale. mas, said the 0 writers unwere Parent-Teacher Association with
vrnt rder cossns by the wll be sted, to enact lIs- 12.-Panama waves certain armed with machetes, clubs and Christopher Haywood as ptesi-
Cost tr while theyl uthoin the etbl-trea..ty iht to enabl e stones. Two of the commioD- dent and Benjamin Soley, vice
are chasing ol." o .tea ler's sides were Injured srios president.
t a scale or Sat e ar ia o In repelling the tac There was also some discu-
e inent, h #41d, Rica Ac- sion of the prospect that the
RomAa.'nrti US be closed next year in con-
US "sAtomic ub Nautu junction with the high school.
M ILJ LOO Council members were in-
l students in La Boca can use
C omtaetes L lives, I iles the main Canal Zone Library
i.RTOIN, Cons., 3Am. 25 (UP) marine Force Headquarters. and "previously scheduled" work research studies.
-- The _subasrIm-eU.S Nautilus; "Sun.day the trpredo0_ arms_-The amu was of routine nature _
iker ir tat 1, the Nin-.- The Naut ius fizt moved un-
A Rdw totsi during w hi s ; it Ins Auo dry dock at the der atomic power one week ago
t;.p w4-,9Me for 1by hour arle..bae sf e Lod- when It l Its wet dock at the Still Critical
wal.pjfilr. of overhauls eded alon ft Thames River Albert F. Schwalm. the Cu-
_rms 214tmre dhee ata It reusnedWed.mt? iad ago, remainsk In critical
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dfiN -A.atlb.t 211d ii.5 halu in 01'Sndt m
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----_-_" NEW YORK -A spectre hau
)*IS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN America. It the spectre of "au
maUon." It is'stirring fear in t
heart and mind of America's woi
ingman-the fear of being
placed by a machine.
ME M AtIh L O \Walter Reuther sees It as a dai
dangerous shadow over tne lar
S-- -- Businessmen have begun calling
The Malil Box is on open forum for readers of The P4nama American. "Walter Reuter s boge man."
taks rare received grotefully and are handled in a wholly confidential Here in New York last week t
Almener. war over automation really began
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the Reuther tcid an audience of bu
pA t Jdy. Letters are published in the order tecalved. nessmen, many of them unfrienl
SPlease try to keep the letters limited to one pege length. to the redhead, that the "seco
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. industrial revolution" has area
This newspaper assumes no responsllty for statements as opinions been touched off by this specti
g proused ia letters from readers. Reuther spoke *ft "an electric
a -- brain (whica) has replaced 5
clerical workers" and of a machi
HIGH SCHOOL vs. AIRFIELD which "makes an engine block
less than 15 minutes without a si
Sht: gle human hand touching that e
For five or six years now the Panama Canal Boaid has been He could have mentioned too tt
trying to close down the Albrook air strip. (No success yet). AJ Cross Co. of his home city of D
noble crusade against some sort of total annihilation of the trolt, which is putting together
EHilh School students of Balboa. (No casualties yet). $2. ,0,000 machine tool as long
Not only that but they have been successful in convincing a a football fielak The "tool" w
" few gullible people (not in Washington, however) by tugging at perform -540 mechanical operation
0 their heart-strings with this same old monotonous tune. and turn out engine blotcs at tl
How about giving these same people one good convincing rate of 100 an hiur. -
reason why it (the Balboa High School) was built there in the There is a British auto fir
Irset place right In front of an airstrip, of all places! which claims that its push-butt
Where were all the brains from the Panama Canal Bqard technique is so perfected that or
when all this was going on? Why not, remove the High School girl can regulate the entire ou
a navegational hazard? Ten thousand High Schools could be put of an assembly plant produ
Obilt for the money sunk into Albrook Air Force Base. ing two motors a minte.
c T Why remove anything at all? Except a few false-notions And there is 4n automatic to
put out by some of these local self-styled engineers. This whole at the Thompsonf Products Co.
thing smacks of these troublesome, do-good-societies, such as the Cleveland which is bigger than
atttii-l vtsectionallsts, house. It whips out the housi
for a jet turbine in 10 minutes.
Not-so-gullible As for a "brain" doing the woi
. __ 4 -------- -- -- cf clerical help, American Airline
Sherehas an electronic device
SAnswer to Previous Puzzle called Reservisor. Its mechanic
Fill the Blanks E S A 0 memory retains a record of a
+o R a seats available on 1,000 air flight
U N At the push of a button, Reservis
ACROSS 60 Iron oxidation discloses which of these. fligh
l- fov 61 Views have vacancies-and on what date
-D' N* Our Air Force has developed
.1 -- "aour t e transoceanic "brain" which send
S1 Chatters data at the rate cf 1,000 chara
+ -- 2 Spoken ters a minute from punched card
'U 3 French river N in Casablanca to Washington-
I p pratlc sole 4 APMoinfnnts : where it punches new cards to b
Sblard the 5- Coolidge read in the Pentagon.
tered side 8 Charge Last arch a new company
Self-esteem 7 Observes 20 Limiting 43 Stair part named Multra Corp. developed
6 A onas 8 Trio words 45 Wipe out machine called, oddly enough
1?Qorded fabric 9 Belonged 28-- 46 A two- hit Multra-which can be tooled an
and snowl0 Curvedl MotUtains 47 Sacred bull retooled to make a virtually u
f 1manded molding 30-- majesty 48 Unbleached 1i parity pr
as 11 Summits 31 Paradhp 50Do --with same toolt
tde vocal 16 Slanting type 33'Of the nose 51 Allowance for Not so long ago, Anaconda Wir
20 Eagle's nest 35 Corrosive waste and Cable of Great Falls, Mont
|i 'ep blue22 Birds' homes poison 52 Shield bought a 275 ton all automatic
__ *' 24 Female horse 40&Brazilian 85Without .--, wire-rolling mill which was so hug
2Pp 35 German river pal or hindrance it had to be delivered in 1,92
s. .crates cn 15 freight' cars.
I 4lnlel in the
V0- and near
(ERVECERIA NACONAL, S A.
(NATIONAL BREWERY INC.)
e wish to remind you that the regular
A6embly of Stockholders will be held in
the Main Office of the Company, Eloy Al-
faro No. 77, Panama City, on Monday Jan-
nary 31st, 1955 at 7P.M.
Is accordance with the By-Laws of our
Company .this meeting cannot be held un-
lst one-half plus one of the total number
to;f stockholders are present or represented
by proxy, and at least one-half of the capi-
Sl stock is represented.
3 Stockholders who are unable to attend
l OiILD FORWARDD THEIR
A new kind of assembly line
o ared to produce 1,000 radios
y, is replacing one now run b
200 workers. The newjlie can b
handled by tio girls,A troeminen
Harvard economist has stated tha
all the plants built in 1950 could b
made automatic-and their hun
dreds of thousands cf workers re
duced sharply-for $600,000,000.
Not too long ago, the father o
the electric brain and the science
of Cybernetics, Norbert Wiener
told me at the Massachusetts In
I stitute of Technology that he ccul
I build a machine so autdmati
that it could reproduce itself if fe
the basic ore This would take
billion dollars but it could be done
But said the National Assn. m
Manufacturers this week, autcma
I tion is not a spectre to fear. It i
actually "the worker's best friend.
Thus the N.A.M. struck back a
Automation will not mean "woi
kerless factories"-not now nor i
the :futur-said the N.A.M. Auto
mation will make jobs, net kil
To back upits claims, theN.A.M.
-saki that General Motors; now re
dealing its products of today/an
tomorrow, has taken on IM0OO0
more workers in the past .:ev
years-at the same time that i
has taken cn new automatic equip
The N.A.M. quotes the Ford Co
as saying, "Automation at For
conserves manpower. It saves me
from many burdens and hazard
and gives them jrbs which utilize
their brainpower more effectively
The N.A.M. even quotes the lat
and beloved -Phil Murray as saying
that technological gain has neve
thrown people out of work.
Instead ofkilling jobs, says th
N.A.M. in what Is basically
though not directly, a blast a
Reuther-automation is creating
new multi-million dollar industries
Factory sales cf electronic brain
which process data were exactly
nil in 1940. Today they are above
$25,000,000. By 1960 they are ex
pected to reach $500,000,00.
Automatic factory machine sale
were 33,000,000 in 1940 By 195
they hit $65,000,000. By 1960, sale
are expected to reach $16,000,000
Time will teo f the human brai
is greater than the electronic brai
-and if the automaton is a
curse or blessing. This will be
great issue on the labor front thi
It Sure DboesRuin the Old Boy's Act
WAISH O ai
taut, seme n
taking pce I th For, whteni tehe
House the t D meant ach began, Ks
regarding future poliin China. JmUA I Ately 'a ui m
Upon Its outcome Sa reque g a4"g'
whether the U.S.A. g emtso brole fleet
In a shooting war in China Admiral Radferd. wt, to the
Here are the chii! partlelpants White House to bak up C *ung'ls
in the argument: request.
I. Seaster iowlaud of Calfer. However Secretary Duiles agn
li, chief champ of Chiang opposed. IfWhat worries
Kal-shek. When be bteakfastea Department is the faet at tse.
with Elsenhower last week, It Nationalists have alrea triwo
wasn't the first time he had ar. ships supplying the TahU Th
goted with Ike over the Tachie Were bombed by Red allna
Islands. Inland has been in andi sunk enroute to the At
out of te White House privately, present the Reds have, t bls
like a Shuttlecock. controllg tht air over ,I. Ta.
chens, and any supplies ght
L Joh Ferer Duiles, also In in by the 7th Fleet al IEs
and out M 6 the White House, has serious Communist attack, -
been, opposing the big, blunt sena. Secretary Dulles. is fully aware
tor from CWlifornia. of this. He is also flly .ware
3.1 Admiral Arthur Radlord, per- of the" fact that the slaingof o .
suasive dynamic chairman of the Amerigln warship off th' China
Joint Cefs of Staff. Also has coast would erea a out
beaten a path to the doecr of the burst In the United States lead to
White House. He opposes Dulles, increased demands that he U. S.
sides with Knowlsod, claims that actively engage in a shooting war.
If the Reds tak e the aehen Is- That's why .Dules fa
lands, Formosa will fall next. public statement that the Tiens
Here is the background of this were not essential for the defense
vital, behind-the-seenes debate. cf Formosa. HO knew the Joint
Last summer,. as already pub- Chiefs had ruled otherwise. But 'he
Itshed, the Joint Chiefs of Staff also knew what pressure was go-
recommended that thtf'United ing to be brought on the White
States intervene to help Ch House by Chiang's friends. in
Kai-shek defend thq island of Que- Washington.
mcy, three miles from the main- So far,' Dulles hai won the ar-
land, in the mouth of Almoy ar. gument. After continued backstage
bor. General Matthew ARdgway, debate, President Eisenhower told
Army chief of staff, was the lone his press conference that the
dissenter.- He feared the United United States does net regard the
States would get dangerously em- Tachen Islands as vital to the de.
broiled with China. fense of Formosa. In other words
Since that time the th h Flt hai. ..wat, ; in. .dd.--.- h
-......... ., i, us # rae no eu Wn wBt s secretary ox
ce -,- has supplied Chiang's forces on state, even though the Joint Chiefs
al Quemoy with food and munitions, of Staff had recommended just the
And ,a state cf Indecision as to opposite.
To Sereans Of Mercy whetherwe would would not
or end Quemoy hbis prevailed. El- NOT--The Presdet's press.
SBy BOB RUARK s power has Indicated to advisers conference statement left the Pen-
el By B RUARK only that he would decide the mat. tagon mystified. Not only did. De
a ter when the time came. say he knew of no military author-
. TAQEN kYIt that hadtried to rate. th Ta.
as HOUSTON, Texas I will not just as lousy as it always was, that if you married one she'd bea TACHENS EwhereaSENTIAL hes as vital to the done
say that I am up to doing the even though they give you a menu you if you argued with her. ormosa, whereas the Jont Chefs
-"jitterbug," but the miracle of to check, and the hours are just Nobody was ever nicer to me The Tachen Islands, about 200 ,had given him -a recommendation
e modern medicine is never clearly as awful. Nobody can go to a hos- than the fleet of ladies'in white miles up the China coast and that the Tachens were- essential.
'y impressed until it happens to you. Ital fcr a rest. The nurses won't who attended my wants, but the about 12 miles away from the Second he said he did act know
y and I have a new pair of legs. let you. air cf warden is still there. Host- m/d a- latme before the what Chang Kal-shekrgenys pl were
,A pair of legs on which I walked Why they have to start the day pital is still jail. You have to be J r'nt Chi s of Stawffa.. er to meet the on ergency, thougI the
d out of the hospital here two days at dawn, I cannot say, and why sprung by the head warden to getthe recommendation was e Pentagon had informed him Ciang
d aTachens are "necessary for the had cabled re uesting supplie-
a. after they whittled these new legs they, have to send a new visitor out, and if you leave without per- defense of Formosaor th had resting supplies
ie with a sharp knife. And I thtew in every t," hours to wake you mission, I think they shoot you. nse ,of Formosa i rom the 7th Feet.
away the cane, too, although it up I do not know. They have some And the doctor is God. I reckon this case, General Ridgwy
was a very pretty cane and made sort of devilish check list to in- if your dec got killed in an auto Adid not dissent. He"iag hed tLh
-e me feel real. dish when I car. form the front office when the pa- accident, you never could get out, Atwo. a bRaon telovenre as ln T Mcrs S
ried it. f tient is apt to be sleeping soundly, because it isn't written on the r Far Easternepoltic m of
c It took four hours of solid cut-. and they shoot somebody in to chart. But if your doctor wrote en t hc y
,e ting'by two surgeons to make me arouse you, even if it's only the the chart: "Nine A.M. cut 'off thetime. ...th Joint D Ar A
20 these new legs-legs which feel maid to clean the bathroom. patient's head," there would be a Chief e SS reasons, f.the -o't Ar
like legs, instead of sticks-and Hospital ,beds still feel like an pretty girl with a large knife en. chw of taff gave .t.he '._ ils T tuare'
e, in the old days I reckon I would Inquisition .ack, and ypYr spine trying on the dot, with a basin i s . as to why the Tachen Is-
a have been laid up for several begins to whine afer the first, l one hand and a determined lck in lands .re ssenti
y months, if they could fix 'em at hours. There has en no improve- her eye. . . U. TY-
q all. But 24 hours, after they mentIn ten dpan, or in the .I -think there m nay Ae ano fi6r through %am e ST
it wished the hematitching' stagg iojia .o-o-takInt* t It seea o medical center in the world that n i.n he I ano sr
>t down the hall, aind*the next 4ay n ,oughi r girls. lth the one in Houston, with separate adfor Formosa plnes as a t hey B..n e.-nt .ys
e checked out under my own steam, big syringes extracted enough hospitals for everything from arm hath. n r F.oR-msC i at te Bam elementary school
n. Since I date back to the old fluid from my aching arm to float lete a foot to dandruff. But in the 2. Red China ,wa .tte main near here. I
e- ether-ccne days, when you were a cruiser. One of,these vampires sparkling' new buildings there is Tachen Island as' a Jfet base, and h In
sick for two full days after so actually smacked her lips and still the same old hospital smeulnt capture woug e e Io I u rated the talking ror
f simple a thing as a tonsillectomy, said: "My, what a nice juicy and the same feeling that the Al. m sts ata j ffplacerca g."rted ethe Iaxman educators
e I marvel most at modern anes- vein." I shuddered. mighty is just around the corner. soattack Formosa b. cr d. wa pThe Baxmn edcaols
r, thesia. When I came out of the fog I am properly respectful of There is cne thing I want all my Th from because Red jets now ha ve parents c e to the sch
. I wasn't sick. I was hungry. So 1 nurses, but they are not angels of old doctor friends to know. When operate from about 50 miles south and talk over thehildren
d sent down to the snack shop for mercy. They are top sergeants they checked the chasis, every.of Shanghai the nearest hard- ress with teachers.
c a hamburger and -a dish of chco- They are strong -minded women thing was fine except it seems I surfaced air base to oriuosa. At Th. du ator. feel this will iv
d late ice cream. They tasted just who regard al customers as am sorely afflicted y milk. It'll one time the Reds tried out a e uat r s ef l ts wil
a fine. slightly feeble-minded-and in my be a wrench, but I guess I'll nearer i unw air babut Parents a iteor oer-a co
. Surgery has changed, and anes- case they could be right. I do net have to give up milk. I always ta soe rac ups o ment o than uu reom card-
of thetics have changed, but hospital see how a man could fall in.love knew I'd pay in the end for my i t trohl of a ged, thou gsmallhard.c ofld t permits pareni t arnd
i- routine hasn't. Hospital food is with his nurse. i should be afraid lose living....rface doa grcie tho hsalhear c er. to wprmitospetsh ard
Phl could attack Formosa more read- in developing th children.
t Budget Phosop y Students also benefit by the new
ut h o p The Tachens are a group of system because they are marked
r- small islands, some of which are on the basis of their own ade-
i. B' Aeter Eso not strategically important, quacies and not as they compare
SBy Peter Edson However, Ykiang Island, cap with other students.
ll tured by the Ccmmunists last ween,
o -- is considered important-at least Teachers say the eld card was.
[. WASHINGTON (-NEA)-Brush- ered favorable to business, the pro. The budget message propose to in the Pentagon. It's the first is. an instrument of mental torture
e- ing aside all the detailed figures posed budget reductions for devel- cut the $20 billion defense budget land outside the 12-mile limit which for, childrean.The thought a f their
d accounting for the hundreds ot mil- opment of commerce are perfectly by $1.75 billion in unspecified ways, the Reds have been able to take parents' reactions was tough on
0 lions of dollars in President Ei- consistent and understandable, merely by practicing economy. away from Chiang Kal-shek. Fur- their nervous systems.
w enhcwer's new $62.4 billion bud- In several places, President El- No one can quarrel with any gen thermore, the Reds captured it -
it get message, it can be looked at senhower emphasizes his previous. eral intent to reduce government despite rough water and despite
p- as a document expounding the Re- ly expressed desire to take the expenses. But with some elements the fact it was defended by about SLIPPERY lOING
publican administration's hiloso- federal government out of enter- f Ccgress feeling, that U.8. de.- 1000 Nationalist troops. Finally, COURdALEN Ida.-(UP)
D. phy of government, prises which compete with private fenses have alreAdy been cut back the Communlists a took Yikiang cne COEUR d'ALENE, Ida. -(UP)
d It is, from many angles, what industry. too matb, this proposal may run month ahead of the schedule we -A basketball game between Ce.
n the President calls "moderately This is perhaps best illustrated into an argument. had expected thm to follow. eur d'Alene and Lewis and Clark
s progressive." It strives for "a lib. by what the President proposes The foreign aid program is Haying gained control of Yik Hih Schools was cancelled after
e eral attitude toward the welfare for the Tennesde Valley Authority, equally v a g'ue .-with the much- lang, the', s can now easily officials watched the Junior .vr-
' of the people and a conservative By cutting Its expenditures S0 per talked-of-aid for Asia and German train their artillery on the main sites sl:p and slide through a
e approach to the use of their men- cent, their Adminitration has, in rearmament figure still to come. Tachen island, game. Seems there had a
rg ey .. ." In thig latter a respect, effect, frozen TVA at its present Also, there is no breakdown en All of this Is why enatot Know- dance at the gym the right be
,r the new budget message might be size. The cut is $214 million to $2 technical assistance. land has been in and out of the f1e and custodians forgot toorr
classified "moderately reaction- million. All in all, on the expenditures White House like a shqttle-cock, nove the floor wax.
arv." No allowance is made for future
For the first time, requested ap- expansion of TVA except by some
prorations for health, education plan, still in development stage,
and welfare are greater than re- for financini "by mean other
quested appropriations for agricul- than federal -appropriations."
ture, commerce, general govern- This pioiosal seems certain to
ment, foreign aid or the develop- renew charges that the adminis-
ment of natural resources. tration is determined to kill off
The differences are not much- TVA. It is bound to create a storm
measured in millions of dcllars- in the new Democratic Congress;
but they are significant. For here far worse, perhaps, than the one
is an admission ot hew far the stirred up by the Dixon-Yates con-
country -ha come -along the road tract with the Atomic Energy Com,i
towards the much-damned welfare missica.
state of the 19W30' Only the pro- Thee- budget message also pro-
posed expenditures for national de- poses-to take the federal goytm-
ferse-two thirds of the total--fr ment out of other river system
veterans' benefit and for interest development plans, except for the
ont he public debt are now greater proposed starts on the President's
than for welfare, pet Upper Colorado River project
Just what the total outlay for and the Fryinpan-Arkanas Rivet
these welfare services will be is development which is also in Cole-
left rather vague. Special mes- rado.
sage are still to come on a new The new system to be empha-
health plan and aids to education, sized i* Cdlumbia River basin
Alse. Congress will have some- development, is to have the fed-
thing to say on this. .ral government develop resources
While the Republican adminls- in partnership with local gcvern-
tration has generally been consid- meant ,- private utilities.
side, the' new budget has more
gaps in it than any submitted in
recent years. Some of these gap
are blanketed In a $200 mllon
item for contingencies nowhere ex-
On the revenue or taxation side,
there is also some indefinIteness.
Treasury studies en niw tax legS-
Lation are not completed, but ftr
tbr tax cuts this year are ruled
out. The possibility of tax increa-
ses in some fields is not ruled out.
The budget will remain unbal-
anepd by an estimated $2.4 billion.
The -national debt will again
have to be upfed.
Further tax cuts are said to be
possible next year. But how -bi;
they will be, and where they will
be. is not revealed.
In general, te philosophy of the
Administration is to place tax cuts
ahead of budget balancing. The
auroose is to. provide inceative
for bless to expand further and'
so iaraen ltna leoe-to,
yield more taxes-to permit fur-
ther tax cuts,
I I .l m [ i
.i P. A. CLASSIFIED
It bm only go aimSamA to
treat werkmea uho come Into
wa- hmni wttk mlmmenm amarts.
SIDE GLANCES By Colbrith
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.ol""M s lty over -usia, ds tice- waj track dow ,l. WE da... laved the rounds with oil. added chumWp,'`f tomatoes
ta _..._t~oZ8112-imp The Defense Department ,su, By CIAIRE ICO /X and whatever elie was hand. Theh ,qulck,. hati.-bked pies
in bth offensive "'de.- thrit ..es,4luding top scienUsts, finished faster than bread, appeea ahundy waiting famiers.
leIv b woApons.,di not iutirely share the pesSl-., NEW YOR..-(UP).-A hand The taste was so good their famebakers
-.. Ocetist, U a heom rSl1ari lo ia- lt -began ,making the plaza.
tory are busy these days whipping same flavor is easy'enough to achieve at home. Pizza
L o M iSn* i n l- Pho t Idp cookies, candy andice cream ans are on sale, or you may use a cookie sheet, or, better atill,
L in' ,M ISSing LinCOT.lnr Phn o0 Ior people who wast ato Ikl aluminum foil, the edges crushed into a circle,
weight. At the Atlas the expert baker la Tbny Cascela, who recently
... Itis a tough job, too, figure b rried from Naples where he has a plaeris-Of his owi.
dDn out formulas for cake st- like -.' Atlas visitors who would like to see how pizza is made, ex-
ilscovere I n -Poai nt- Store mother used to mala .tt 5 w t atj., will be most welcome to call on Tony who will be only
e P one-tenth the calories. .ma: to ahow and explain the finer points of turning out one
-- L ""a Durin g the last 2b feats, great ot M .easucculent pies. And also see a true Napolitan oven built
SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Jan. 25. framed on the wall and the photo strides have been made in process. ex clnvely for pizza by Tony Cascella himself. .
(UP)--Disdov6ry of a photograph fell to a couch .Ing foods for fat people who are EA. PIZZA DOUGH (for two 12-Inch or three 0-inch pies).
of Abrahain Lincoln, believed to During a discussion with the trying to get thin, according to aiolve-1 envelope Alry FLIEISCHMANN'S yeast in-. cup warm
be long--mlulg "Picture No 72" woman of the house, Redeker men- Milton .O in, vice president of > ier. ift 4 -cups SHELLABAROBR'S IMPERIAL flour, then
tan'a lmos" a century ago, was tioneed he did a lot of picture farm. dietetic food concern (The Ame 4 it l 3 3/4 cush of this Into large bowl. Make well tacenteor.
oy lg and sometimes had calls for an Dietaids Co.). Pur In Flehmann yeast dissolved inter, 2 tablespoon oil,
The I State Journal and Lincoln pictures The woman said But the chemists still are hav- ) teaspoon salt, % teaspoon pepper. Work graduady *nto
register the photo, which she'd be glad to. sell the photo ing 4'1 tough time making some the flour. Cover and let rise in warm place until double pi bulk
portrays Lincoln at the.agoe of a. and quoted Redeker a price of 33 concoctions taste like the r al (aboutb2 hours) or longer, upa to 6 hours. Before bakingg:
but 50 with a short beard was 30 thing, Okin said. Preheat oven to 4250 F. Punch down dough and knead well.
fmoud in the store of a paint deal- Redeker bought it and took it to Today, however, calorie-count- Divide Into two or three pieces. Shape each Into a ball. Oil the
er ho bought it from a customer his store, where he put it on a ing men and women can keep pan and your ands. Flatten dough, pull out from center to rim
fqr $350"' shelf He had no buyers for it their. sweet tooth filled without of pan,' keeping edges thicker.
An asocaste of the late Herb- and it remained there through the fear of -violating the .doct o'sr- NOTE: Be sure to e FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST and 8HEL-
ert WdlsFay, long-time eustodian years ders or the diet chart. ABARD l'S IMPRIAL HARD SPRING WIEAT FLOUR.
of Ltaeon'i tomb in nearby OAK Last week, Van A Graham, With the use of special gluten
Ridge cemetery and a collector of Tuseola, Ill, a friend and ex-as- flour, sugar substitutes and var- FILLING (for pizzas): Sprinkle dough for each pie with a
Linqelana, said Fay searched distant to Fay when Fay was tomb Ious other ingredients, the experts tablespoon of olive oil. Drain 1' mediumA ca tomatoes; combine
t.is photo .for many a and custodian. dropped., by Redeker's sie turning out a dietetic salad drained'tomatoes with 8 oz. can of tomato sauce; Cover dough
valrd: It -at;$10,000, te newpa store to talk to him about some dressing, jam containing one cal- with tomatoes. Dot with Y2 lb. mozzarella, or other tasty cheese.,
per said calendars ome per teaspoonful am low cal- Add %4teaspopn each of salt. pepper, oregano; 4 loves of garlic
In their conversation, Redeker, ori. chocolates, gelatin desserts, minced. Top 1 pie with anchovy filets; to other pie, add salami
The Journial and "- gave recalling Graham's association puddings and soft drink syrups. sliced or sausage (or mushrooms, capers, onions). Sprinkle with'
this acwit of the phcIo's history with Fay, remarked he happened Chemists also have whipped up oil (2 tablespoons to a pie). Place in hot oven (4256 F.) on low
and recent re-discovqry: to have.- 'an old picture of Abra- in. test tubes and beakers a low- shelf. Bake 15 to 20 minutes, until well browned. ,eryve 4 to 8.
Photographer Thomas Peaker ham, Lincoln" and "maybe you calorie waffle mix and special ma- May Pe baked ahead, reheated.
took the photo of Lincoln in Peak. would like to see it" ple-type syrup that can be poured SHORT CUTS: For topping, try canned or dry spagheti-
er's studio hert in 159 or lqo Graham declared on looking at on without a qualm. There are aau.e BX. The same fillngs may be used on dough made of
Lincoln gave the portrait later to the framed portrait "that's the low calorie cake mixes, a special biscuit Inix or yeast-roll mix...
a negro undress who worked in Lincoln Picture No 72," the only Ice cream mix, .Ao-calorie chew-
hit home She, in turn gave it to one missing in a series of photos ing gum, and lpw calorie soup you are cordially invited to learn how it's done at THE
a :Springfield Boy several years taken og the Civil War President concoctions. A'TLAJ GARDE,.
later Then it disappeared He confirmed the identity of the Don't forget, for best results use FLEISCHMANNI YBAST
Fifteen years paint atre photo op closer exambation ra- Ernet Fried, president of a firm snd rE1E1ABA ER' IM IALFLOUR.
owner Paul Red~ wast easw am said Fay searched for this specializing in canned fruits for Adv'
ing a room for wallpaper when photo for yqars and rated it to dieters (Sherman Foods, Inc.),
his yardsti truck a pictul be worth $10,000 aid salt-free, sugar-free apricots
S'the lore. count ap t British Plan To Protect
Jowl AAS raWse -fb Iin uCao Malaa FFrom Red Advances
c I alorie crackers that, look and _
r r n Pm< taste like graham crackers, for LONDO Jan. 25 t-fee policy of EATO t the
To. Forego Proposed Pay Hikes waems' .gisdu k., I m tary pliners lre map- eight member Manila Powers
eaten and t swells th racker ping an emergency defense line Conference n Bangkok n e x t
-- 1m -- makingthe consumer feel ful l protect Malaya if the comrn- month, the sources said.
WASHING N, Jan. 25 (UP' Walter said the congressional when he really hasn't eaten much. unista. advance In. Ind..chi Malaya, one of the key factors
--en., Henry C. Dworshac (R- ) raise bill also would provide I Ok said the biggest challenqe and Into 'halland, reliable in'Britai n's and the Common-
Ida.) peeled to C congress and a. ual Increses of $,500 and in e labr y is to make the sources rep r d today. wealth's South East Asia defense
f P yb,1titutefoodstastegoPreliminary blueprints for de- strategy, Is causin concern to
e.em.ify the highest ptr.otc Supreme Court justices. It took three sciemstneary e ng the sraeg y vi a a swell as the poll-
motie' b ore proposed Walter. a ranking member of three years to develop a lad area provide for a safety lUna-a:ticlan4
t incre ss dur ing .e current the House Judiciary Com ttee, dressing which the maker says long te northern border of Ma- The country, already in an un-
p ayit Sl ng he current said he expects the House to, act tastes like wsof the best-selinglays,n the triangle between easy situation precariously main-
R. Franc WalterD-.comittee sing t h one ca orle per teaspoonful Thse e t h -sen est a srd ingrousy exposed to
hd pre.ite.ld alt o..f Con 1954 co o mmsion e port ,as the fewer calories than the regunlw A These behind-the-senes moves the disturbing influences fro
gadpredics e o onwoud oveome ther basis for on." Ikind. -init.ated by Britainin close 1, ...stent communist- pressureli
-'greas soon would overcome iti i s ac erd. e The chemists are working bw consultation with Australl and a Ie neighboring territories of
t tonalPolitical misgivings Rep..E c Eman el beller (D-N.Y.j, on a mayonnaise that tastes asbNeW Z&Iand-have been spot- Indochina and Thailand. -
and vote themselves a7.500-a- chairman of the judiciary Comn- rich as.the standard -ne, but isn't lighted by the official disclosure Earlier this month, Britain, to
year py a mes e. m ttee, announced he- plans to fattening. that Britain is developing a I r bolster her force and repare for
Waltr. a member of the c bring the pay raisebill up at the 'There was a time when people bases in Malaya for tactical air any emergency, resorted to the
i salary commission wh ch committee's first metUing tomor- went hungry to diet," 0kna d, force jet bombers. extraordinary measure of dis-
armended such action 1as row. Oppositilon to p~y rae at they don't hive to now. A The plans, said to be well un- patching a small detachment of
sar, -d the intr.ps. would. ape ar to be "scattered," he son ma~,as well enjoy dieting, der way, will be aligped with paratroops to the Malam
bes s&e n d on ,% .e "'- "" he has to do iL" the over-all South-Za A ea de- tre. i
n6w receive 12,500 plus a tax-
ablp expense'acmount of $.500.
But Dworl ak, who mae clear
his, propos'e@mortkorlum would
apply to Congress as well asl fed-
eral emiploy6s.sald "the admln-
ittgtlioniand Congress should
ohkbllni the-natitOn to hold the
ecmolnI lie, not break it, at
this rul' point in our his-
"We n!j+ "reassess our budget-
D16 it* nusry 5aceriflees to pre-
fu further epreelatlon of the
't fiEbenhower t oashoi-.
41lM to W a spatial message
to this week spelling
ofitt. I -olf bwfequest afor a
pat crfte for Mimbers of the
a ,0formc. and government
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No. 1 STEP
, Because prnpawr,
tion methods /n-
you are invited to
watch our ches
Pima chef pressing gas from dough and forming Plsh by hai
spreads toma to
mix, adds salt,
rella cheese in
cheese and adds
with a. circular
No. 2 STEP
READY FOR THE OVEN
Toppings may be v a r i e d by using mushrooms,
sausages, anchovies, garlic, ham, grated romano or I
No. 3 STEP
Out of the oven,
hot and delicious
these Pis sa are
Sr ready to serve to
seated custom e r s
or to take home.
PiNsa is popular as a funch or dinner entree or as a sek.
No. 4 STEP
Into a large Pissa
plate goes one of
pies. See our Na-
politan oven. Meet
Tony and Fracwo
O Ms9cea, our Plma
S Fo. r Mte r reiwul Usl
A" a U
thlat -a Mg
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P I Z ZA --An Italiai Pi
That Rivals The Hot
-. Pi pie has become an international citieal 1 eo Stay.
O a long tinde the hot and crisp Italian crui .t4)<.\iwth a
bubbling concoction of tomatoes, cheese, meat r s-- hOy, sea-
sonins .and oil clung to Italipa spots where u gh Jt out.
Now, in the United Statep, pizza signs adjoi at 0 -d stands
on the highways,.and throughout the world the Internatx alza-
tion of the pizza Is taking place in home kitchens. .
Here in Panama, the place for the pizza is the Atlas Garden.
Legend has It that pizza originated when rmer's wives
a" .us T_ ~lr n tl i a **__A ,m- ilP tm k&. la.4.t- Mk' baking
mn- i' n -
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Arlene Francis will do the first ......l... .....
.' live telecast ever made from Wert
Point, come March 3. Her ABC-TV
T show, "Soldier Parade." will orili.
nale from the military acartem"
,. on J.at dale, and cadet talent will
S- be featured (cn the .how.
...Miss Francis will neser be the
Coaxial Statistics: After t h r e e
years in the give-away business.
CBS-TV s "The Big Payoff' has
taken a few minutes to count oats .a. David t-
-104 mink coats Thai's the num..A en *i,
bdr the show's given away. And 62
cars And 104 trius to Eurone. We want to broaden ouro...per
Grand total of prize value-ijustItio,,.., Tommy ays. "I k n c
uuder a million dollars, r.hich is a Ge' ,-can do it, so why .. t?"
pretty grand total, at that. Aair question wy '
Also Itaing itck Is "20 Ques-. "
s ls." which will have Its ninth
bithdiay in February. Fred Van David Polerl. the tenor in "The
Deventer, Florcnee Rinard and Saint of Bleecker Street," is a
CWtpany have figured out thatt singing-actor who takes both h is
they've insweret per cent of t1 singing and his acting sercusly. A
7500 subjects correctly on 750 shows few years hick, you may remem-
... slaee 146. AmonIg the subjects her. he walked ,out oil a perform.
thyfIve identified: the light that ence of **Carmen' in rhicago, be.
'goes on when the refrigerator eause he didn't like the way the
/ eas: the clothes Lady Godlva did conductor was eonrtlcUng. The girl
lot Wear: Mickey Mantle's 5054M playing Carmen. Gloria Lane. was
home-run; and potato chips. ,left on stage by herself, and bad to
Go to the head of the channel, commit suicide instead cf being
I muider'd according to the seriot.
Next time the guy next to you No oledi is supposed to kill a
In the train starts scribbling on-.lrl in "Th'e S.aint"-nd it's dt e
the .back .f a& old envelope, don't SUame Gloria Lane. He's such a s
,, sneer athim. May turn out to be a .ma actor that the naagemn-l
Seniu.Or asongwter, s in the nt et ln use a real knife
case of George (Old En velope use a rub'-er one. Miss Lane's
Se-ibbler) Wells. tooth has been loosened and she's
.'George Weiss is responsible for..e'i badiv bruised in a pre-mur-
his like *Wheel .of .For ader slapping scene.
tuze," "Cross Over the Bridge," Polerl, get a grip on yourself
"A Girl, A Girl," pnd others too1,
poptilar to mention. A.nd all the HAM GOES
havy thinking that goes into his
hits is done on the train. Or m0st ATFO nn u
Sit. U plled out well-sprawld IHARTFORD, Conn (UP) -
t. He pulled out wellscrawled housewife cooked a 12-pound
nvelpe, to illustrate. ham and laced it in a pan out
"I Hive onLong Island." he sa in the bac yard cool A dog
"but I ome in every da. I do a an the b rd to l. A dog
itile work Ia the city-like dem. ran off the dinner.
eastrating songs and that sort of I
hing. And kid around and have
same fun. Well, I always buy a
P ewspiper before I t ia
; M. But most of the rae ron t
Spreading I-te-il get same idea
t sons, and write lerles."
lo writes music, tco, but not on
emvelopes. Generally, the melody
and the words hit him at the same
time. He'll put the music down on
paiperin his office, wheb hbe gets in.
-Wals is unique in another re-
S spfet, Hs publisher. Tommy Val-.
are, and he work together like
tea and toast. Most composers and
wor together like T
Gebrge. a Tombay ha av
'rt faith in each other's talent
"Sometimes," Tommy says,
"be'll write a good song but it isn'
the right time fop, it. So % e'll put it
aside for a while."
"Tom y knows the artists and
what Mid of ongs they want,"
George said. "I don't think about
th W angle at all. I Just write songs
l they occur to me. I know Tom. ASKS AID Seon. b e
wifl do the best thing." Smathers (D., Fla.) plans to in-
Welss is only 33, but he already troduce Point 4 legislation in
has a double-A rating from ASCAP.i Congress, aimed at bjpilding up
S whieh. in case you haven't beard, trade and cultural relations
is pretty good. It means he's one wJth Latin America. He says
of their highest rated song-writers,. his program will range from
and that his royalty cheeks are important financial legislation
pretty high.rated, too. to measures dealing with ex-
Next stop for both Weiss and change of students.
Valando is a musical comedy.
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'lhm'tps Ua as f[Wes with brnUaeL
'ell-wWn Itepi and rmp li Meim.
RMEplr would leave bib home fe neow.
A. Classifleds, at the rirht aiel-
Mr. Norman's RIequs
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via. cm eentlane ant
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
aid from Carmel, Califo
house dists of Lt. Col.
' wlb Lord.
* 'I p .lan to stay sever
and their hosts are arrani
tiesand sight seeing tour
ml taalna Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L
N'ew York City-are guest
week at Hotel El Panam
Ditme Hattler Celebrates
Little Diekie Hattler en
a dozen bqlp Sunday at
.day bMbdai party whic
ed movie, barbecue' an
ming atL is parents'
Stapi Return For Visit
Mr. and -Mrpz Herber
former Zonians now resi
Leucadia, California, hav
ed bypblpfOA v vjlth,
Mrs. Richrd Sergeant
They' wifl main on t
mnu> for about six weeks.
Rev. MacDuffle Will
Tees IMble History
he .Aseyemrfd J. S. M
pastor' of St. Simon's. Ep
Church in Bamboa, and
ter's in L Bsoca will be ti
et at 'Ithsecond swsai,
New Testament History C
t Iboa YMCA-USO. T)
will mt on Thursday,
Reverend McDuffie's 's
will be 'The Gospel acco
Thess lectures are opei
public without charge.
Mr and Mrs. Martlft
Off For Chiriquli
Mr, and Mrs. Luis Mar
spending a vacation at the
try place in Cerro Puntai I
Brig. Gen,. Charles C.
(Ret.) and Mr i. Brown, i
Lloyd R. eae 'ftet.) al
the, Jpuse guests of Maj. (
M r t.onaeINC. McGarr a
Mrs. Besse and .Mrs.
Gold Coast Orchid
The Gold Coast Orchid
enjoyed its annual meeting
turday at the Brazos Broo
LION LUB PL ANS DANCE Coffey, Pat Brenner, lie Hoberg;
.ON Jessie Gardner, Nancy Ramsey,
ce hbu been annobsnae fle this eO ming Joyee Burkart Jerry Keating, Kay
the Cetu Club of the Atlale $ide. IOlonta, and mary Danielson.
| ~y fli the affair.
BrMie Golf C iub wll staat at : Mrs. Marion Green, sponsor for
l- 12I3 am. Beta Chapter, who is hostess for
.: .....- .. "Follow Your Heart," W.. ias o
present at the meeting.
Mrs. Helen Cox and Vice-Treas. p n t e.
Mrs. Norma Jean Powell. I. /
MacDon- Orchids were given to the new- m uu,,
rnis are ly eected officers, and gifts were '
nd Mrs. presented to the retiring officers ,,E l TJ1169vi
by Mrs. Oma Coursey, a past pres-. --
al weeks, dent of the club. [
ging par- Co-Chairmen for the coffee were
s for the Mrs. Nellie Sanl and Mrs. Mildred ik t .i
Strasburger. Each notice for acitet tI nls
------ coumn should submitted In type-
Fashion Show Models' Meet fe and m ued to oe of
thebox umbers Ibed daily In "50-
Lmile of Models from both the Atlantic eial and Otierwise," or deivee
t this and. Pacific side of the Isthmus by hand to the otice. Notices do
a. gathered at Mrs. Mary Danielson's 'M s cannot be accepted by tele-
home in Gatun an Wednesday "'."
to learn the "ins and tuts" of mo0- Federal Credit. Unioo
dealing from the professional ad- No. 5849 Meets Saturday
tertaiaed visor to the "Follow Your Heart' I The Balboa Federal Credit Un-
an all- fashion show, Mrs. Betty Slaughter, ion will hold its seventh annual
hi featur- on Wednesday. meeting Saturday night at 7:30
d swim- Mrs... Trudy Gibson, gene r a I in the Pacific Service Center.
home in chairwoman of the show, conduct- Reports wllu be heard from the
ed a brief business meeting in or- directors, the treasurer, the cred-
der to familiarize all the models It committee and the supervisory
lwth the plans for the show. The committee, and new officers will
t Stapf, girls who are appearing in the be elected.
dent in Beta Sigma Phi "Follow Your ..........
ve arriv- Heart" fashion show at the Wash-
iW. and ington Hotel on Feb. 5, practiced H EP I U IMT
6C Mid- a iam g and pivoting to the strains HELPFUL HINTS
." iLDupular music. ]
The clothes for the show are
the, Isth- the latest styles from Motta's-Co- By United Press
Ion. Musical background will be Egg cooking rule: Use low to
furnished by James L. Oakley. moderate, even heat, wehther you
Miss Lottie .tevenscn, Lions Club are cooking eggs in water, fry.
Queein of Central and South Aneri- Ing pan or oven. Like other pro.
IcDuffie, ca, will represent that club in "Fol- tein foods, eggs cooked at high
sco p a 1 low Yur Heart." Miss Stevenson temperature get tough and 0eath-
St.. Pe- Is a graduate of Cristobal High ery.
ie speak- School, employed by the Navy and -
,of the lives in Coco Sclito. Prevent mildew of dampened
course at Mrs. Mabel Tryner will repre. clothes by storing them in the re-
he group sent the Newcomers Club in the frigerator until time t6 iron them.
at 7:30 show. Mrs. Tryner came to the You'll also find they iron easier.
.Canal 7Zone In February 1954 when --- .
her husband too up the duties of Try removing wrinkles from
subj e p t, a Canal pilot. woolens by giving them a spin in
irding to Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma the automatic dryer. Place the
Phi located in Balboa will be re- wrinkled garments in the dryer-
presented by Gilma Cude, Peggy with two large turkish towels
n to the Trask and Eileen Adams. which have been spun damp dry
Miss Carol Newhard, a very po- in the. automatic washer or run
pular Atlantic Side teen-ager, will through a wringer. After 5 to 10
represent Cristobal High School. minutes at low heat, remove the
Miss Newhard was elected "Miss woolens from the dryer and dry
tin are. C.H.S." -for the 1955 graduating on a hanger.
Bi coun- class. Also from Cristobal; High -
Province School is Miss' Jo Ann Harte. To clean a discolored waffle
The Cristobal Emblem is being iron, use a wire brush on the
represented by one of its office grids while they are hot. After
Mrs. Ann Manet. of Gulick Heights. cleaning, "season" with a little
Brown ,smother popular Atlantic Side vegetable oil.
and Col. reaitntr- appearing 'i` "Follow '
nd I'. m Mrs. Ruth Morris To, cut ros7 t l e ewiout
xAt, are of (|B rs. Moqlwsxjtp teacher crumbling iie
Gen. and 4i south )tl ts Elemen- in hot w Ind. y b
t Ft' A- t ool. using. '"
M I -Beta Sigma Phi's modeling in ..' -
Mcarr the show are: Edith Cleis, Jean Curtains .will slide oh thbe rod
faster if yon put a small piece
of. adhesive tape .over the end of
Uali il f the rod.
Society -- To lessen the scorched taste in
aon S'. WIFE MUST
Coun- HOUSE, OR
COMFORT B L E '
try Club-. HOME
Thirty members and guests at- A
tend the dinner at which an in Almost anywife and mother
tividual orchid was arranged at some day has to make up her mind
whether what she really wants is
each place setting. a lovely house or a comfortable
t e Rt ros' home.
Corm, ad Mrs. Leslie Croft of Ga. Because you So about creating
t returned from a. States nd mainta g the two in very
vacation dJfferet ways.
vacat.on. The woman who thinks in terms
i *rle ~doras ols a vel house is mose con-
Mrs. Mares Ratdales Planas, ceel wi the lines of t chair
wife of the Ambasador to Hondu- than with Its Oaft, with the
ras,. left. by p lane recently for a p ien, t of bric-s-bric than wth
vacatioAl In i Honduras. proper lihng with the design of
a fabric tan with whether or Sot it
Hoffma Will Mak will take nArmal family use.
Holpe Near Wash t 8 bSe sees tioms as pictures--not
Mrs. C. P. Hoffma n Jr., of Rous. as shelters for family living, and
se. will sail Saturday aboard the so comfort and convenience can
Cristobalto join her husband who readily be sacrificed for the cream.
Is now employed in Washington tion of a "magazine" room.
as ar trol soati= econo-mist. The The woman who is interested in
family W"Ill make their home in makii'a ccfortablehome bull&
Ars a., Virginla. the rooms of her house around her
e Ir g younger children, Peter family's interests, needs, and com-
and Greteh joined their father f rt-
eiior this month. An older son She doest ignore betuty for she,
Ci trU,is attetding school too, wants her home to be attract.
j on a,,- C alif. j"- live. But she sobordinatee beauty
-.. t usefulness and livability and
Wives Diub has Eletism And because she does this her
'6Te ort cla"yton oIce r s' house looks like a home that a
Wives Chl held its moanthl busr family lives in instead of a
nes meetingand coffee at the Fort COPY of a Afturniture store w lndow
MAO-tn e Offiers Club lasi t week. or a model home.
Annual election of officeral Not only that, her family does
"-e held, and the' fouowing js-, more real living in their home-
die were elected for the coming ae I euip e i0 itheand,
equipped for their comfortj rather
e. Claire Dooley, Vice-than to im svisltors with Ma-
Mrs. i Betty Hornish, Sect.. m 's exquite tastw.
Mr. Carlotte Nichols, Vice-
See'y-Mrs. 91le1 Fancher, Treas.
burned food plunge the cooking
pan into cold water for a few minm-
utes, then transfer the food to a
If you dislike the sweetness of
candies sweet potatoes, next time
substitute grated lemon rind for
III I I I I'I
Economic Collapse Foreseen
By Senate Anti-Trust Group
WASHING10N, Jan. 25 (UP)-
rhe Senate anti-monopoly subcom-
mittee warned today the nation Is
In danger of economic collapse
unless immediate steps are taken
to curb the large monopoly powers.
The subcommittee a ls o con-
demned the controversial Dixon-
Yates contract as a part of a
"drive byprivate monopoly to
destroy public competition in the
The 115-page- document, filed
'with the parent Judiciary Commit-
tee, Is a report by the Republican-
controlled 83rd congressional sub-
committee under the chairman-
shi of Sen. William Langer (R-
"The danger to the country from
monopoly run wild is written in
large letters across the recent
economic and political history of
this nation," the report said. "The
committee therefore feels that it
cannot overstate the imperative
necessity for the Congress to deal
with this issue immediately."
The subcommittee recommended
"a full-scale investigation be un-
dertaken into the growth of mono-
poly, its withering effects upon the
small business of this country,
and its effect upon our free com-
It said "this nation is now lnt
the grip of the third great merger
movement to sweep the country.
The first two ended in disaster.
If we are to learn anything from
history, we must prevent a third
The report said the Dixon-Yates
contract "is a dramatic manifesta-
tion of the new monopoly move-
ment. and is against the public
"We reiterate our previous rec-
ommendations, that this contract
be withdrawn pending further in-
vestigation and action by Con-
gress," the subcommittee report
Under a contract with the Atom-
le Energy Commission, the Dixon-
Yates private power comb ine
For Piano Playing
NORTH BAY Ont., Jan. 25 --
(UP)-Airman Ous Bastien, 19,
today claimed the world's record
for continuous piano playing.
Bastien collapsed last night
after 24 hours at the keyboard.
During that time he ran through
his repertoire 'of 200 numbers
The Garden Spot of
Panama formerly Balboa
~ ~ ~ ~ ^ fr^|i
FINEST of FOODS at
Calle J. B. Sosa No. 19
50 yards from
4th of July Ave.
would bulld a 107-mllioA-do 11a Tr
plant at West Memphis, Ark to
feed electricity into the Tennessee
Valley Authority system. Many
Democrats have called this an
attempt to kill TVA.
-The report said the contract is
a "clean-cut example" of the "pri-
vate monopoly drive to eliminate
public an d cooperative competi-
tion in the electric power busi-
"The ?Dixon-Yates contract was
worked out by the Bureau of the
Budget and the Atomic Energy
Commission in collaboration with
TVA's worst enemies,- bleh i n d
TVA's back," the report said. "Re-
presentatives of TVA Were called
in, belatedly, simply to provide
The contract also "provides pri-
vate powdr monopoly with an en-
tering wedge for gaining control
of TVA's expanding pcwer sup-
ply... ultimately strangling the
country's most effective electric
rate and service yardstick," the
"The daily press tells us that
American business 'is today com-
bining, uniting, grouping and re-
grouping, merging, remerg i n g
and merging again," the report
said. "Competition as a way of
life is under constant attack and
small, independent business is on
"We therefore, recommend that
this congressional investigation de-.
velop facts concerning the scope
of the merger movement, the ex-
tent and strength of the thrust
toward monopoly, and the decline
cf competition in our economic
life," the subcomMittee report
III II I I
Cook Livinston London
Westminster RCA Capitol
45th St. No. 3 Tel. 3-1285
MILLIONS AND MILLIONS
LOVE ,U-49d 0*
AND YOU WILL, TOOI
10 aL glasses...
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWBENCE down to th busine siof M0
ing Davy hnists on pestering us
AT dinner tonight, we and our with idiotic tuestionsi.
husband skid into an angry argu- He want to know why. the bath- .
ment. room gla would have broken
It begins when we tell him that if he'd dropped it. He want $ w
we've accepted our sister's in- know what we'd do it he turned ,*h ,
vitation for -Sunday dinner. He into a little pig like the-one on the in ie
says that we can count him out. picture book beside his bed., And An
He says that if he'd known he'd he presses for answers so stub- quest
have to eat Sunday dinner with bornly that we lose our temper, quesay
our sister for the rest of his life. THIS is understandable. We are saynd'
he'd have gone to sea instead of too preoccupied with our own dis- andch
getting married. turned feelings to recognize them stay
We feel great indignation. We Ai Davy. So In his pestering ques- we?"
cry, "Do as you like! I will not tions, we can see only silliness Tei
hurt my sister because you're sor- lpJtead of the anxiety they really Tjeet
ry you married me!" Muttering express. Thou-
something incoherent, the man 'David is not, of course, seeking our
we love shoves aside his plate and information on glass or pils. The to N
drives off to a downtown diner toiquestions he wants to ask are,
get his supper. 'Why did you and daddy shout at
Later, we slap our small son. each e their? If you hate each oth-
In his bedroom, instead cf getting erf what will happen to me?"
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FOR SALE:-Brond new refriger-
ator. 7 cubic feet, 25-cycle, for
$239.50. Apply at Inversiones
Generales. S.A., Ave. Jose Fran-
cisco de la Ossa No. 38.
FOR SALE:-Crib with mattress,
bassinet, high chair, teterbabe
talor tot, and small 60-cycle
FOR SALE:-2 rockers, 4 straight
c h a i r s, dishes, miscellaneous '
items. 596 Bbhio Place. 2-1765,
FOR SALE: Mahogany table, 6
choirs; mahogany bedroom set;
Beautyrest mattress; Bavarian
china set; 2 iron beds; stroller;
other household goods. 2476-C
Cocoli 2nd Street, Bruja Road.
Phone Navy 3-069.
EUROPEAN WOMAN with expe-
rience and references desires po-
sition as housekeeper for working
couple or core of small child.
MODERN RAPID PIANO instruc-
tion. Popular or Classical. Begin-
ners, advanced. Bennett's Studio,
WANTED:-Maid. Live in. Army
couple no children desire house-
keeper. Some laundering and
cooking. Call 84-5117 after 6
Has New Hair-Do For
Trip To Caribbean
Agenda Internal. d Publicaclon FARM
45 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX FA]
Parque Leaevre 7 Street
LEWIS SERVICE B<
160 Central Ave. I J1.
Via Epafha No. 34
AT AGENCIES COSMOS, Auto
Row No. 29, Panama, we have
for immediate delivery German
Fords in all types a n d models.
Phone 2-4721 Panama.
ATTENTION auto owners:-We
have for immediate shipment
1955 Models Ford Victoria
Coupe, Mainline Fordors, Cus-
tomline Fordors, 8-passenger Sta-
tion Wagons with.-Fordomatic.
Agencies Cosmos, Phone 1625
Colon, Melendez Ave. and 16th
Street-Your Friendly Ford Deal-
FOR SALE: Highway 8- ton
trailer, brand new. Apply at In-
versiones Generales, S.A., Ave.
Jose Francisco de lo Ossa No. 38.
FOR SALE: Late '52 Singer
Sport Roadster. Glass side win-
dows. Cheap. 0759 Bolboa. Tel.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studeboker
Regal Deluxe 4-door Sedan, in
very good condition. Motor and
brakes recently overhauled. Tel.
3-0382. Ask for Mr. Moduro.
FOR SALE:- 1948 Oldsmobile,
good condition. Come drive it,
$85. Phone 2-1408 Balboa.
FOR SALE:- 1952 Studebaker
4-dr. Sedan. Radio, Black Paint,
Plastic Seat Covers. F.E. $1,100.
SMOOT & PAREDES.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
2-dr. Sedan. Radio, Black Tires,
Block Point, Plastic Seat Covers.
F.E. $750. SMOOT b PAREDES.
FOR SALE:-1951 Oldsmebile-
88 4-deoor Sedan, New Two-tone
Blue Point, New Tim. Ryde,
-Plastic Seat Covers. Hydramatic.
F.E. $1,260. SMOOT & PARE-
FOR SALE:-1952 VauxhIll 4-
door Seden. Rodio, Black Point,
White Sidewall Tires. F.IE. $850.
SMOOT & PAREDES.
FOR SALE:-1953 MG TD, ex-t
--11 k ..- -11 ftL -
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clin- Gramlich's
ic, 209 Central Avenue. beside Cottages.
Copitolio Theater. Phone 2-3479 moderate r
FOR SALE FOSTER'S
Miscellaneous Phone B
FOR SALE:-Limited quantity 9 Cottages-i
cubic ft. Firestone, slightly used 2-bedroom.
refrigerators, For quick sale. Bar-
lain price. On .display at FIRE- Phillips. Ol
STONE, Automobile Row. Santa Clar
FOR SALE:-ACUARIO TROPI- bal 3-1673
CAL PIT SHOP, a small paying
business with a big future, un- FO
able to manage. Phone Panama FV
3-2845 or 3-5411.
FOR SALE:-B Flat Trombone.
completely reconditioned, direct FOR RENT:
from factory. Reasonable. Call room, dining
Albrook 4274. room. Sui
FOR SALE-Cocker Spaniel pups. 6. downstoi
168 Via Belisorio Porras, cottage
rear. See Mrs. Gordon. FOR RENT
FOR SALE:-"Bell & Howell" 16 room for $5
m.m. sound-film projector. Hard- Apartment
ly used. Condition like new. Hal- 3rd Street,
man, S.A., Via Espaoa No. 1.
Phone 3-0383. FOR RENT:
FOR SALE: Small light boot room and
(pirogue), ideal for outings. Con lorge yord.
use outboard motor. Sabino, Tel. -No. 31, Po
2-4777. Phone 3-33
FOR SALE:-Baby crib and mat- (only week
tress $20; high chair $10. House
No. 45, 4th of July Ave. 2-5075. FrU
FOR SALE:-EBargain. Used as- At
sorted 1" and 2" x 4" lumber,
various lengths. Phone P. Thomp- ATTENTIO
son, Balboa 1065. modern fur
FOR SALE: Female.Minia'ture 2 bedrooms
Schnauzer, AKC registered. Reas- Panoma 3-
onable to good home. Phone Al- FOR RENT
brook 6147. furnished d)
FOR SALE; Two houses, two
bedrooms.- Gane at on.houseat'
i 8 '.n-. to z noon p.m- "* LONDON (UP) Princes. cellent. Mustsell. Leaving. Phona _- -.--- .. ...--. ussa, $6C
p m. 41y111M. I LONDON (UP) Princess Alr,.o .614 Lor Pho Rockgas refrigerators- and stoves. Av "' A
dl.. Margaret's wardrobe for her Feb. Albrook 6147 or 7277 p finished, good location. ment B. A
-. ruary March visit to the Carib. FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth bDe.- See Keenan w.k- ds)s at Son- married c
IIef yo by a_ bean will feature her favorite luxe 2-dr. Sedn, Beautfully a- ta C .' K iL -- REI-
Sy y a shade rose pink. But the fnished.n "-bswool Cre a FOR RE
princess also wLLea, a lot of -New rubber..4Stp into new car aW S partmpnr
REFLEX see the ccol green for the warm climate. value inst of castoff trouble, section,; 4
Queen Elizabeth's younger sis. $750. Phone Gatun 5-579. Mi c1lAs ne Vista.-
Pi Refle camera ter, decked out in a shorter, more ____ ...._"___...__
informla hair-do, has selected sev. WANTED: studio size piano, FOR REN
You'll buy ersl cottons for the trip. And most preferablySpinet.CaloPanament: 2o
uy of her dresses are a ng simple m an-B Mode -2181 peanama dining r
lines, with flared rather than full *228. 48thStre
skirts. Some have scooped neck- I| ria..Isad As YOUNG WOMAN, interested in FOR REN'
lines. I UCas IedU A children, seeks employment with ment, refi
IE family leaving for States. Write Espaia, h
I She will travel in figure-hugging llAmn TG.R.F. Box 3088, Ancon, C.Z. co.
coats of light wool. The princess An n "i I1 W F -
I prefers small h a t s, and her Ca- WANT TO PLACE: st Feb., FOR REN
ribbean group will include the' HAMILTON, Bermuda (UP) reliable English speaking maid, ment with
butcher boy beret, one of her fa- A German born model who ellen with children. Look room, in
vorite styles, copies of which are speaks English with an accent 8-7, ,. Fabrego I
sweeping Britain. It has a flat can't understand why she has Street N,
RAS .Plaza 5 de Mayo band across the hairline and a,been cast as an all-American out- k J bs Now Vasco," 1
W S aza5T full snood gathered at the back.jdoor girl. NO JObS NOW 6 P .m.
I Margaret also will take a counlei Antje Ree, 20-year-old winner of ( O ----
L A of wide-brimmed coolie straws, three beauty i contests who got her 'For Men Unl y'I
velaires Are one in rose-pink, another in white. start modeling boys' sweaters in
I |Es1an, Germany, wants to be WASHINGTON pP w,,,
S For 2-Day Margaret apparently V changed thought of as a sophisticated mod- en have moved into about every,'
Se T her hair style because of thq trip, el. But she often winds up posing b once considered "for men FOR REN
iO RiC Trip uLong, tightlyarranged curl arefor motorboat advertisements or only.sed roam,
Ric "" r hard to manage In warm climates.: in tennis togs. y" tor, kitch
up of .Isth.mian Travelaire This fact Margaret learned from "I've been in some movie shorts _This fact showsI n a new U. S and priva
6; Will leave Saturday, jan her sister, who made a tour of advertising motor boats and other Department of La. study. At No. 3. Ph
ot Rica ,nwtat hosti- 'the Commonwealth last year. outdoor things, said the beautifulleast seme women working i
Shveceased. The new hairdo is Ahorter, less brunette. "ey lasf d me of the nc -i a, o
,, 30pauenerly, and. .can be brushed nto. though I've been in America.oOW te 195 es national
fftaredCop ae m shape easily. three years. n The study, published- under the ing, $30.
o San Jose Antje did -not know a word of Ititle, "Changes in Wom'n's Occu-
0s touro Costa Rica.m Ith alny makes her longk taller. hEnglish when she moved to Man- nations, 1940-1950," was prepared FOR REt
( tour of osti ica. the ny princess long has sighed hasset, N. Y., with her parents by the Women's Bureau. It is in- bedroom,
S they ill vis "Absover her lack of mches. and four brothers and sisters. tended as a permanent record o Bella Vis
ir sta ntr Saturday "Absolute bs, Margaret When she was 8 she had her ahir women's work in that decade. A 1648.
ter marked to her personal maid, af- cropped short and modeled boys' similar report will not be made
ll them ter the new hair-do. waters. Later she joined a circus again until the 1960 census is com- U
A Ojo del Agua, Word around London is ha nd then had a walk-on part in a pleted. Horne me
iU t eve- I German language version ofH am-
at m n.'h. e Margaret would have had her ha let. The study shows women have y eR,
.fthenight spotsnwl cut even shorter, if it weren't fo made considerable gains in occu- -
B y ua nor Ig the jewelled diadem she mus# She wants to be a movie star, nations not usually considered GRAND
the razu Vcan wear on state occasions and the but hopes to use television as a Lheir field. More women than ever -RAND
7.00 p.m. Sun, each hair for a little curl at then branched cut to beauty con- The sch.
rt R i tiheck and sides, when it'. ne. tests-oping to establish herself There are .women working as tohe sch
...ir. "h> dp'ire er" cessary to support such head test a sophisticated young lady g uards, doorkeepers, watchmen, sto.r hou
ans w ho desire reserv- pe ce h.has aa sop hi sticate d young la d t e"an it'st
tCT moa ... .......... J ry p~ces.So far this year, she has been as attendants in automobile serv- hom e ,
a11 at oa -2-t chosen "Mss Linens of The ice stations and parking lots, as prtende
"f oFo m B l o a o m e n l A. . IU s If u n 1t o n sWe e k ," M is s N a s s a u C o u n ty fura c e m e n s m e lte r m e n p o u re rs Ij n uiat
_...lenu ,,WII) N Yo and finally, "Miss Betty and factory operatives in heavy o^nest.- to
m.r uo a She won the last in a contetindustry- lns
bi.akMaAndtd 1w0hJe IliUtC staged here in Bermuda by the There even are women not i launs
I ", personal products division of a many, it's true-working -as boat- er., the
N avy i BaOSTON (UP) Feminine medical supply house. The judges mrent analme n and lomkkeeers. e and
Swor k in selling a man as gave her the nod not only because But for the women hav- a
Sp-well as in hooking him, she looked lovely in a bathing M e hiring a maid or housekeeper, ubbers
B -_ LAKES, -(UP)--- Tbist ft wasl-brought out by life1 suit, but also because she had the statistics show why. w.rtd, a
H is who grew up in feInsr .-e saleswom reent'mastered the art of blotting her The report shows a decline n classes ha
iBaborhood in Br1ssels, conv-,, ofthNatioalAssoci- lipstick on a tiny cotton square, the 10 years of almost 300.000 in n..
et at the Great Lakes t nranc Udrwrit- enter contents for bici the y um r of men p orm
gai Station here after, eeand money." Antfe said. "I would general household duties in pri- dry eqi..
SU. S. Navy. like to get some TV work and this vate homes. -
O ,,bB, Smart, but not too smart," Is a start, and TV is a topping i l
T MScel A. Opdenbergsai ara F Lewi A -s*tone into the movies," r en a -no
Fr. Dce, each 1&t. ers ona wpd ny itDWbiter Antje is due for a screen test I-
BOSO -a t" knowingaFUt esu-uh tonme part of her beauty contest pju a We a l .anb anI
a v camoe to the Unitd h w ia n edisnoer-the g wa ers" the also will have nmodelinge Be w n 4 n t nI
jon his parents l l again, she said, "success- living. her an estimated ia i hA0,0 ee a e w A mu b
_de inBrused swit i ot N ,ne .t yIs. ,. halo 30.0iwt hie yer .. it
All Tire Sizes
~ ..E at
M I? word
ing, ironing, and prop. Passed the sternest test-accept- the board In compiling the fine gram v.
kitchen utensils. They ance by the Mexican people. Record of 1954. 8:30-Guilty Party (BB)
roper way to make a The flour simplifies and im-I Others in attendance included: 9:00-You Asked For It (.-
est methods of clean- proves the method of making tor. Gordon Balbirnie, Arford Boyett, quests-please pmhee be
tillas, tamales, chili, corn chips C. H. Crosby, Fred Denton, Path- fore 8:30 ) I ,I
aid students in wood. enchiladas tostadas and other er Doyle, Major M. E. Linde- 10:30--MUei By Roth
I mechanical drawing Mexican foods, the Foundation mann, Wmin. Loehr, Win. B Mal- 11:0-Symphony Hall
e fixed up the home's said. lor, U. col. Martin, Major M. 12:00=--ign On
o make room for laun- 0 Mathews, Rev. Jack McDuf- ----
_ent. A A_ Z t_ fle, Han Pedersen, A. P. Ray- EplnationdofS._mb ,_.
Oent. region Adds s iond, Ry P. Ree Wm. Stock. BC-- tiont BrO yIy W-
S" C.-R. Taht, Pudge 2. P. 'Tatel- portion.
0hI Only To Heartier Soups Man .Capt. W. B. Tucker, Vi USA--U. AMry.
--- -. *~ Young, Dr. John Wilkereon, and IUSA-U.S. Air Force
M6p A ig .l b NhEW YORK -(UPw)-Turn tRowland Williams. VOA-Voie ofAmera. .
W A l r f l3 1 the herb rack to perk up winter's ..... :
*..hearty soups. O.egano, for MIn---,
&jIiAl teluk!A.tansYfte ovtt tte'K-urmt to=l .. ... .,. _._, ,._
lael iesl to t or bean to" o u Round Trip San Jos-Costa Rica .
goatx a % ource can of eream
i. Tenn. (-UP)-Dr. of af2In so with lb a equal (includes Visa for Panama Canal $ m.900
aelps broke owe of the amoueat 4ber Add % tea-
S01 god bet a of-de -tWb Employee and Military Pmonnel)
become a doto. leaves. Het,. 1ia Point, --
IvIMe everyone to a d ...
heph but Dr. Phelpato taste ag 'Shs1. C.
earful how to live on Or,. a co 4 i --
ae a Riot" toi Leaving Tocuman 7:00 a. M
ETURlMRW 7:00 pA, ,
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT .14 DDEIRENT LOCALrTES- tN iTHE
,L a-"n me &C to mu' a" =-- w
. s id ett bit of bragging and it's easy for What does she plan to do with
them to gro enthusiasm the Imoney?
Ieen each other presse of a woman. Go to Hollywood, of course.
in Brusbs until Mi Lewis should know. She
trainlag ere. onee Msd one male customer a PRISON COMMENT
1"aIr.. MIN 'Pt fiLLWAIER, Mtu. (UP)
KIVaMt ~a. ptha t tt S Aa account of the chaplaibs
i* I hav a advuptpfe over mt i mermoa at recent Suaday jrees,
"Imp 5 ma ie tS116 rancetoeother Od in the Prison Mirror
=aisS en. Ow Uft she uses to S m 9i kiAdtion of the tate ml^
f> B i t .. in part: .ii
li bteat S1L 3
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ret No. 2
Ow Ave. No. 41
Santa Clara Beach
rates. Phone Gamboa
COTTAGES, one mile .i;"
Clara. Low rates.-
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'Saota Clara Beach CZCOUNCIL No. 801 OFICERS. Left to right: Vic Young, At- do P.
rockgas, refrigeration, lantic district chairman; W. R. Price, council commissioner; Col.
Phne Balboa 3050. H. Paxson, president; B. I. Everson, vice president; Frank Ra ro a
eanside c o t t a e s, Hohmann, treasurer; Win. B. Mallory, Pacific district chairman;
a. Box 435, Balboa. Col. Harry Tubbs, vice president, not present for above picture. HG0
,ma 3-1877, Cristo- .* "V
R RENT Scout News
,eWhere 1B,00 PieoI w MMte
:-Small cholet: living -
o room, kitchen, bed- Col. H. O. Paxson, Lt. Gov. of Three Scout Lifeguard awards Pretents
table for one or two the Canalonene, was reflected and 19 Emergency Service Ex-
ire 50th Street No. President of the Canal Z 06 n e plorer awards were made.
ira. council No. 801, Boy Scouts of| Lt. Col. Royce Eaves, Atlantic Today, Tuesday, Jan. Mx
T:-House with three America, at their regiar meet- district training chairman, re-
sitting room, dining ing held at the administration ported eight Fundamental Train- P.M.
50. Information: Ines, building board room. Col. Pax- ing Courses were given during 3.15--Freddy Martin Show
2, Bolivar No. 3019, son has been a scoutmaster, as the year with 81 certificates pre- ,:
Colon. have both the new vice-presi- rented; 5 cub basic courses given 3:30-Muaci For Tuesdada
-- let:The- dents, B. I. Everson, and Col, with 164 certificates; 3 Scout- 4:00-Feature Review. Musit
--Chalet: Three bed- Harry Tubbs, W. R. Price,. a past masters with 17 certificates and By Roth
-dining room, maid's president of the council was re- 2 Outdoor Courses with 13 certi- 4:30-What's Your Favrrite(r$*
service, garage and* elected council commissioner, ficates. Two training keys and quest--plefasphone be-
itaa. Fr in Stforrrt and Frank W. Hohmann was re- two training awards were corn- fore 4:00)
itilla.rton elected treasurer. pleated. Expected. Explorer chairman Gerald 5:30-News
18, from 3 to 7 p. Members-at-large included R. Doyle reviewed briefly theyear's 6:00-U.S. Army Band (UISA)
days. R. Arnold, Vincent Biava, Leon- activities including the Cruce 6:15--BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
ard Brockman, L. B. Burnham, Trail Hike and the Ocean to REVIEW
KR RENT John M. Cavender, Rev. Milton Ocean cayuco race. Lion Island 6:30-Norman Cloutier And Vit
Cookson, W. H. Crook, Judge is being developed as the Ex- Memorable Melodies
>artments Guthrie Crowe, Col. John J. plorer Base. He called, on P. A. 7:00-NESCAFE ORGAN MELOa
,N G.. Justb 'l Davis, Gerald Doyle, Jr., Charles White to make a report on the DIES _
,N .1. Just sbuPit Dubbs, W. F. Fearn, Col. R. 8. ham radio set-up which wil in- 7:15-HOW CMIlSTIAN bOG-
nished apartments, 1, Fixott, Clarence L. Johnston, volve stations at Gatun, Gamin- NCE HEALS
hot, cold water. Tel. Russell M. Jones, Rev. Joseph!boa, and Albrook AFB. 7:30 Report From The USA
4941. Konen, Brig. Gen. W. E. Laidlaw, (VOA)
:-Furnished and un- G. C. Lockrldge, Rev. J. S..Mc- Past president Vincent Blava 8:00 NELSON EDDY'S8.PIN -
& 4-bedroom anrun Duiffe, Wn, B. Mallory, Col. reported a very successful pub- HOUSE PARTL See.
tact Alhambr Apart- John Oberdorf, Cdr. R. S. Paret, lc relations program carried on grams V.0.)
h Street. Phone 186, Hans Pedersen, A.F. Raymond, under the leadership of chair. 8:30-They Fought Alone (VOA)
_Chaplain Win. J. Reiss (Col.) man Robert C. Walker. The 9:00-You Asked For It (re-'
-- ----d p USA, Judge E. I. P. Tatelman, Panama papers were very coop- Wuests please phone be-
:- -bedroom, parlor- Capt. W. A. Thorn, Capt. Wm 'erative carryinK Socut news fore 8:30)
n apartment in house B. Tucker Wm. Van Siclen, Robl as was the armed forces papers. 10:30-Music r6om Hotel El Pan-
'e.Jose Francisco de la ert C. Walker, P. A. White, Dr Eight major Community Good ama
De Castro, No. 24, John Wilkerson,, Russell T. Wise, Turns were carried out by ver 10:45-Time For Verse
6oone furnishedparqt Rabbi Nathan Witkin, R. C. a hundred Scouts and involving ll:00--Symphony Hall
ble for bachelo r Worsley, and Victor Young. Re- hundreds of hora ot servicee 12:00-ign Off
pe. po o th n iting irRadio time over FN together
ee was made nby= R.wit illrbodsaA ted. .
in b utiful id l Worsleyv-and -coitrnredin by ried tlonal Saouti gevents.o n
rd -t 3,Bell embers W. R. Price and Hans Pacific District camping & ac-d a'*
Pedersen. Judge Guthrie Crowe tivities chairmanWesley Town- A.M.
took the chair for the election send reported seven major acti-
:- Furnished oport- which was unanimous. cities during the year partlci- 6:00-Sign OnL-. The Alarm
bedrooms, living room, To start off the business meet- pated In by hundreds, of Cubs, Clock Club
n, porch, 2 bathrooms, ing Sgt and Mrs. Pool, Albrook Scouts, and Explorers. Parental 7:30-Morning Salon Concert
No. 27, Bella Vista. musicians and song composers, attendance was fine. The Scout- 8:15-Church In The Wildwood
: Furnished apart- san a son they had composed o-rama this year at Gatun was 8:30-Musical Reveille
lerator, gas stove. Via an dedica ed to the Canal Zone attendedby 20% more than 1954. 9:00-News
use before Juan Froan Scouts. The song was very en- The El Volcan work party will 9:15-Sacred Heart
thusiastically received by the leave just after the Council Din- 9:30-As I See It
board. Advancement; chairman ner on February 22nd. 10:00-News
":-l-bedroom apart- Charles Dubbs reported 438 Cub Judge Guthrie Cro.e, Council 10:05--Off The Record (requests
small kitchen & bath- Ranks passed, 440 Boy Scout finance chairman, announced -please phone before
position Grounds. See Ranks, 84 Explorer Ranks, and that due to funds received dur- 9:30)
rsonally at East 29th 716 Merit Badges passed during Ing the latter part of the year 11:0P--News
18. rear "Mercado the past year. This included nine the Sustaining, membership cam- 11:05-Off The Record (eont'd)
)to 12 noon ond 3 to Eagles, the highest Boy Scout ain exceeded itsobjective. An 11:30-Meet The Entertainer
*Rank and 2 Silver Awards, the enthusiastic report of the prog- 12:00-News
highest Explorer Award. This is press of the Isthmian Scoucap- P.M.
R RENT twice the number of Ranks pass- aides or 1955 was given b 2:05-Lunchtime Melodies
r, ed in 1953 and almost three rector Leonard Brockn an. Ex- 2:30--Sweet And Hot
Rooms times the Merit Badges. cellent men and women are 1:00-News
-- Organization and Extension working on it with a fine spirit : 15-Music OfManhattan
:-Beautifully furnish- chairman L. B. Burnham report- eing shown by all. outstanding 1:30--Sons Of The Pioneers
>uble couch, refrigero- ed the Council had exceeded assistance Is being received from 1:45-The First Men In The
Cabinet, stove, bath their objective of.five new units everywhere. Moon(BBC)
entrance. 52nd Street by one; and that the member-, council comdmlssiorter W. R. .2:0-Date In Hollywood *
S3-06ship objective had been surpass-i ce reported a 36% member- 2:15-Singing Anterica
-R -- o ed by over 10%. An objective ofshu gain for the year. Cubs had -3Q-Tex Beneke Show
at" Ecelior Build- tswin give complete retsh edwn .in units having o -deepo f:00--ertIval-Of WalteS
coverage to the Zone. Ah m ea desip. ore an k W.t .l 15-Sammy KaO Show
: Furnished large bership rain of 15% was approv- Hohmann reported that expendi- 3:00-MusicFor WednEwday
private entrance, both. ed. Health & safety chairman tures for 1954 were -under budg- 4 VFeature Review: Tey
SVery cool. Phone 3- Russell wise reported 60% of the et estimates. The books are cur- .ouRet FAlone (VA)
meeting rooms were inspected gently being audited for the an- 4:30-What'sYo, ur Favorite,(re..
C- -,1 -- .~.---- President Paxson thanked all qu -t .'* ph'on be
e n o em r serh Fou their service during the past year 8:003-W Y oEDrD F it
SReal nome lives Menus comms tehe chairmen. HeT a nlso ex e Serenade In Blue (USA>)
oSmic h c -sup) Latin Touc national ofce and the local .15-BBBON SP0RTS
,1 purchased a tw- which promises-to malr this Mex Ichairman t the board to handle -DIES-
near the high school lean delicacy popular in the U. S. all activities outside Camp El .-1 -Yur s f,, Party
ow the best equipped Working with Mexican experts, ,Vcar which would contanuempn-. VO. .... P
ent County," said Su- the scientists have developed a ider the direction of the Camp- Rp .... ov ....t
W. A. Lubbers, tortilla flour similar to prepared ing Committee. Scout Executivei F:r-Repor From Te USA
Sto cooking in anflour mixes, IR. H. Ashbaugh summarized the (VOA. )^ -. . ..t'
goodness kitchen, the The Armour Research Founda- fine work performed by the lead-I e:00-___SO. 8 ".
take courses in sew- tion said the new flour already Eas ers, the district committees, and I HOUE -ARTX (Saw
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"BECAUSE OF EVE"
(THE STORY OLIME)
NOT ALLOWED FOR CHILDREN
UNDER 16 YEARS!
SS2Secornd Heaviest Snowfall Urinni measure
Recorded At Tallahassee Ma 01 sal.
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AIIANm I I A" 25 ,WP)-Aa-
r1ATLANTA, Jan, 2a nrP)--Aay
Si m p -..r Rry Fw M,_p0 . -,,a--| traveler who obeyed Ding (ro-
.. AiNT by? Iajunctkn to get off the train
. i ,J ** .-L Wrc fa NBSA Serrcy j1 Taiahassee, F&.,. yesterday's
S. wold have duckedrigt back in-
HOLLYWOOD -(NEA) -Clbse- Ucity staff and our TWA'Constella- -. --.., to his Pullman berth because snow.
ups and Loingshots: A, feulae. tion crew-Capt.- kedL Austin i e fla ks were settling on the Span-
pjease, for. UaW midgets and the Officee James Rapatonni, .Raiga. NONR / 14 ah most.
t horu. girls. tor James Jones and pretty best-- AKJ .0 s
T hev po0of that Hollywood Is esqes Joyce Richardson and ie J9 : ( r Tallahassee snw. which
shelvii* the world's problems and Bland. Ditto for Paul Duggan ad 4 melted almost as fast as it hit,
leaving the messages to Wedtepn Bert Fink from the. airline. *J;I jI i rduWd out 24 hours of freakish
Union in its all cut E (for enter- wZ. --- .WSAS- At | l w /in the balmy, semi-ttopi.
taiwment i omb blasting at the box Monty *Woc)lly barked it whmen 6 s 4 21 A A I A9 te and Gulf coastal pla..
office. told that a famnnss mid rkadeel VS 1,0 l ft.s ecapled with a genuine
ibey grouped into the Paramount was planning to locate in Holly- A Q 5Ja d .-fr-efe across the Blue Ridge
studio afe at lunch time rom wood: .Q Mo s a few hundred miles to'
"tihe Girl Rush" and "The C r It is my predletleo that he wf1 I tieib while the upper Midwest
Jester" sets along with Humphrey 1Starve to death." felt Its coldest temperatures of
Bogjrt aW some kid actors--"ycu: -i s,11I t'le season. -
can tellfthe movie kid from the Shcrt Takes: A20thCentury-Fo ."2 Almost four inches of snow fell
mkigets," cynical pgart assure-i subsidiary will. produce films forI ,s y Sunday la Mobile, Ala., like Tal-
-me, '"Te movie ids are smoking television. . Terry Moor-e is lahassee, a city advertised in sona
CAgirs. c. reciting her vocal coach wti low- ,at-,Wft v l fpr 'Its sum erlike qualities. It
But about the midgets and the ering, her voice 20 degrees., For South West Nrwl Sat was the aecend heaviest snow there
chorus girls. The type of extras in aniderwater pictures? 1 9 Pass 2a9 Double i. 55 years v
a studio lunchroom reflects H.I- 4 Double' Pan Pau n The anoWfall stretched westward
lywood's mood. Smiling miogets 111 CYD CHARISSE will give the Pass along the Gulf Coast almost tO
King Arthur period costumes and AUtsies a peek at her glamor. -iIe Opening lead-VS New Orleans, Residents of that ci-
chotws dolls wearing smiles and accompanies Tony Martin to Auts- ty staged a traffic rush'to the sub-
not much else are a promise of tralia fcr his two-week stage en-.' urbs where a few flakes were fal-
a-rvie *an. gagement in the sprin'. . It's lng for the first time in the mem-.
h.ore un than the space. 24 years of marriage r the Pat Perhaps you don't care much for ry of most kids
map, psychiatrist. Russian, mon- 0' riens., Souths opening bid in touay's -
ster gir next door and scientific -- and. I would agree that it is a Curiosly,' the snmw by-pa s ed
types .Vve. en seeing ip studio Is okay with Gene Kelly if his bit of a stretch, out it i jp0sible many ulandl aeas of Mississip-
cafes the .last .ew years. ,. access wife, Betsy Blair, signs the in ake, weak opening bids of this Alayama and Georgia and
Sact that seems likely to launch d with a long pusti n cur part- Aketed brily such cities as
M A I L Y N MONROE'S "off. her as one of Hollywood's lead=ig ner is trained to expect such devi, attlesburg, Miss., Montgomery.
hand'" quote to New York news. dramatic stars. actions from ther normal style. Ala., Co-lumu s,'Agusta and Ma-
men-that she's like to act in Dos- She's been offered a long-terml When the hand was actually on, Ga., and 'olumbia, S. C. on
toevsky's dark and bitter "The contract by Hecht-Lancaster on the played, in England, #11 of the play- the edge of the coastal plain.
Brothers Karamaaov" is far frcm strength of her gerfcrmance in ers at the table were well -aware Highways were glazed over and
new: She's been talking aB'ut it "Marty" and Gene was beaming ttat South favored very lignt open- closed to traffic on some stretch-
to the Hollywood press tor almost on the set of "It's Always Fair lg bids. e n ea stern. Georgia near the
a year. Ifer studio bolMb have Weather" about Betsy's emotional South Iarolna ne Fog swe t in
been hearing the same story-"I voltage. -The mnai interest of the hand is. the Atlantic on the ee of
want to ac instead of wiggle." "Now it's up to Betsy to make however, In the play rather -than South Carolina n now but lifted
But without her Wiggle tOW can up -her m i-n d," he says. She's A the biodUng., West opened his before any traffic logjams develop.-
sheict?. weighing the decision., Acting iq singleton trump, a good choice, d.
..-... the big thing hn her lffe. Thls aU ana dummy played the three,. ','he --,- -
-Franchescaedt Scaffa,, weary of comes as a bg surprise. She hadn't fate of the, contract depended on
waiting for the long-expected .flnan. thought there was much chance East's play t, the first trick, A
eial settlement, finally asked her fIr her as a oramniatic actress until Since LEast was the great Ter- FIN IM InhI (Oro' Una
attorney, S. S. Hahn, to file for a she reached the Helen Hayes age. ence Reese, the right pray was
California divorce from Bruce Ca- But ,ow it seems that therb Is a l made. Reese played the tn of tIL TA*
bot .. . Paulette-Goddard's arm need-in Hollywood dor'-hbole-new harta-nethe ace. . :Jos 1101
wa' fractgred lA-m4a. auto accident, piop of dramatic actresses with South wea the'lrst irick.witha.e . ,*. . ,
tha- s"- but demolished her Ja- power and experience. queen of hearts and leda low dia- B t f- A
giat just outside cf Ascona Switz- -- mond. Reese won with the eight of gea y gor CI rll
erland. . Nw Edward 4. Rob- Jff Morrow isn't sure that mov- Idiamcn s, drew a second -trump
mson, Jr., has a movie agent, Bob ies and TV haven't secretly tied with his ace, and led, the king of LEXINGTON, N. C., Jan. 25 -
Sehwarz, 'who believes -he has a the knot. Reporting to Western diamonds to make dummy ru L (UP)--Miss North Carolina sent
chance as a romantic type. Costume Company to ,his starring word to Texas today she's not rea-
:.. role in a "Cavalcade of America" The ruff made dummy use its dy to be corralled.
LARRY PARES and Betty Gar. stanza, he Ws given the same third trump. South couldn't hope- For a while tAh ,u g h she waas
rett-she's back in the film star outfit he wore in U-I's "Captain to develop the spades, for he would mighty concerned. It appeared a
ranks in "My Sister Eileen" --art Lig.tftot"-plus one of Rock Hud- be able to get back todummy 'nly west Texas wrangler might be
rehearsing their nitery act again sen a vests from the same picture. once mere, with the fourth trump, on his way to North Carolina in-
for a Las Vegas appearance. S.. outh could ruff only two of his tending to make pretty Betty Jo
Dance director- Jean Coyne, for. Josiane Marlani, Marion, Bran- diamonds in the dummy and would Ring his bride.
m earlyy wed to Stanley Done-i, says do's fiance, will be.open for movie therefore have to give up two dia liat Lexington High School,
"It's just frieadship, nctnhng else," offers while he's working in Sa mond tricks where Betty Joe teaches English,
about her dates with Dan Dailey. uel Goldwyn's "Guys and Dolls." heard about the letters she has re-
.. It's a May day stork date for lf H e had to develop th e0 d5bs ceived from Texans proposing mar-
NoW that the water has stopped Zena Reehevsky and actor ll by himself, he wcuId also have to riarge. ...
squirtifn out of my eyes after the Barker. She's the Wealthy Stausts lose two club tricks. In short, the
underwater premiere of "Under- clan benress who wzn film stardom Randd was now quite -hopeless. Then, she was told some of the
water" at Silver Springs, Fla., a in France after playing a bit role The situation would have been students as a prank wrote a ma.
bow to -Perry jebers -RKO pub- in MGM's "Te Merry idow." completely different if .ast had trimoey-mladed rancher, accept-
played the, ace of hearts at the ing his proposal and setting the
first trick. Now South would make date for a February wedding.
N Carolina Bleeder' D ies the contract insteadofgoing down t' ala mistake," she
NI!Cv,* -., ,D ies,* ,,,,,1 two. 'waed. "I don't think-it's true. I
* T =. r^ ,. think they are teasiti me.'I don't
I I East then returned hills te of think they really maid any let-
DeSpite 4Q0 Pints 1T I oOO ears, dummy would win with the te."
SL sPojutand would still have two mdre she cofessed the "wouldn't
,. o-- trumps. South could lead the king know what to do" if the cowboy
-of spades, from dummy, ruffnt Ishows Up her, la& answer to the
LU JAM. ,. C., Japl. 25 (UP) and administered special drug wAen East 'covered with the acee.
-"Bleeder" Willie Cooke diedyes-I. He was fed through a tube,but' Declarer could then lead a dia- He's 24 and he sent me his
terday ending a .toy-m- k _.t.g his condition was weakened futh- mond, pIlnMing to get to dummyn pPictre," she said. "I didn't ans-.
medical flg toie sa, 8 life wlt er by an ulcer which also bled. twicewth diamond buffs.. One ower it." She refused to name the
Srecord 400 pintsof blood in trans- Doctors hoe nrd na1tzralc I diamon ?uffi.O ruff suitor a r "i ghi
f s retclot--rsintg rI-na v, Typeothese entries wod be se ruTexas suitor for feur "it m nm
The 31-year- ld hempho l c blood given by v unteer dnc er would be uspt get back
.r Tor Oraks, N C., la led woeulwod he...lp control his bleeding order to cash the rest of the "But itf e got a letter with my
co~ndisony for 432 hours. zufer- but discovered the disease w a s pades. s ebo stop him,"
g fro a hereditary blood cono'i-destroying the protein factor in name se ystop mid
h prevents natural clot- the onor blocd. It wouldn't do East any odto Actually, she added, his wasn't
h bgan bleeding fer Anti-hetphBilic globulin, found switch to a chlb after w ming the only poal roni Texas.-
Doctors t Du Hospital ueeefltin-rtreating some hemo- first trick with the ac* of hearts. There have been quite a number.
D s af Dubk Hospital h hie conditions, was flown here South weuld duck, and the dlub
a toLa ed iat w m Lansing, Mich lak t week sut would then contain onI y Oe "One man in Jasper Tex., Oven
o- sod us aed at oe168 Pteints buth aot tP the flew. loser with the defenders tackling telephoned me long distance ask-
f.- plasa bu C strength Hundreds of donors volunteered the suit first. Ing me to send him my picture.
was app. their blood to help Cooke. Those Texans wt-the funniest.
"His, body e1cmne exhaus ted dh 'r letter--oa. real fancy stationary,
and yilal, internal gangs g v ye Before Cocke's case made medi-1 S n Ti VConfufit'ts too.*"
way," a biital spokesman said. cal history, a "bleeder" in. Texas ~ Brewnhaired Betty Jo thinks a
He made a fgh of it a log who died earlier this month wasDiplom tic certain publicity .peture of her.,
eahMi," Mh deter inal believed to have received more brought the dsuge cf proposals
Blood transfusions than a ny man A nOlttments fro m the Le Star State.
a radio repairman and in history-167 pints. The ppiclt shows S tty Jo to
fa one son, appowaeey was oe I WA IGTOf., Si 25 V(P' fine advantage, clad in white shorts
unaware of the* seHomseM cf titodan. imdAndd bod Muse.
his C.Wdtid w be the ttA was -allT A dlyai menta" what also might have help-
sextftetehsMembef of the famiy 39 I WM A C P V to eft appeal to Tezan is that
thb covered fre earlier Brazil Betty Jo's holding a pretty halter-
e s and Wonds althnfh he .. ,r ba o to Brazi. c .
was known te be a "bleederw WI WS. l AeT A. iy eade, 2 ia4
meat that was called th-e ur -s-~eI =naI 'ai HuLr i aryland, am-
of 18th Century European royal'., ,w -. -t 'toor Praupra mWLe
UsOlYa tr'atsm d a IOP 'uo WA INO TON. Jan. 25 fUP(i James (. f. Bonbright, New (.' h ve arouse
htt'd--' t" m~ost &aja vicia'-President E.senhower will ac-YorTK. amb"-a-er to Portui-l. :5, aga, shet anwt. n-
S' ere the "...nd.yv pt (Lbr-Mse._ aue fromo George V. AT l. Noath Ca..-j_ a, .tn.a leas
..9Hm ,-the a _elent tal- 'r- weSt CQerman repucTe 9 a lIna, an W Bengersn. ,. ,S- ..K
'un fl-,a u..,a. M..~taptaoken of attitude for the ausist- Colorado, wseua nt 4are~sn of ,. ,iwf Tut ..
eS t a' s male aM le thba nation "'received from ste, ,
S .ann t he ib teal t1 aR. ,.pa pee I the years ii
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Yesterday'i snow. In Tallahassee wASHINOToN Tan 25 UpS
came down mixed with sleet and The Interior Department t-
irain. The.Weather, b-re. calledday released for sale maps show-
it a "trace" of anowl but a -U -
ger trace than iua. Tallahasseeu g the .location of radioactive
has recorded snow n -the ground materials detected during an
only three time in history- aerial survey of 8outh Carolina,
ls, 18M and IMi., The weather Florida and Qeorgi..
bureau was bestagd with calls -
wanting' to how, Yw t citlzenSe According to the map, radio-
could a-dd soe-- S now on the activity:was 1iacovered by ape-
ground to look at,- ca1 detention equipmentt in the
A Aharp cold froett moved into ares near Fpolkton, Os.; the
Dixie over the weekend and a Edisto Island area, South Caro-
warm pressure area moved in on link, a. d in Chrl0otte, Le, De-
top of li from the Guff, cause i n g Soto, ardee, Manatee, and
the rare snowfall, the weather Sarasota counties, lIa.
Sub-freezing temperatures were The department said that
felt generally in the northern por- there was a posibUlity of deposits
tions of the Gulf states, Tennes. of 4tanium or thorium-bearing
see and the Carolinas today with ore being located in those areas.
more predicted tonight Nas h-: The surveys were made last
vile registered a 21 but the freeze spring a4 part of a program o0
was expected to ease tonight with airborne search for radioactive
possible snow flurries predicted. materials conducted by the Oeo-
The coldest weatherr in the na- logical Survey for the Atomic
tion was at International Falls, Energy Commission.
Minn.. 13 degrees below zero. Wau-' The maps may be obtained by
sau, Wis., had two below zero and mail for 50 cents each froi. the
at Chicago it was only 11 above, Distribution section, Geological
coldest weather of the winter. Survey, Washington, 25, D.C.
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imokers Get Chance Sam" Dont Fo 61 -unI fhu
o Gainm On Yankees lg. 1 yers ab r h
Moore, cf 3 1 2 1 0 zoos
Brathwaite, Ar., If 4 1 1 5 0 ...
S-- --ladstone., cf 5 2 33 0 1 PAC Cl l-
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE STANDINGS Mcrathwalde,Al 2b 4 0 1 5 2 s lt boxer Jo Team.s -
EAMS-1 Won Lost Pet. GB W ilia .p 3 1 0 .0ng s Your .e 1 '
ankees.. ...... .. .. 19 10 .655 Houradeau, sa 3 0 2 1 2 at the n -.-'. .
okers.. .. ......... 15 12 .556 3 -- '. a. .o n t Copya o It Yoc nn l y .a Aim. im .. 7 S n ni" .
Tos39 7132910 Don C.ope-Do It.Wmg llI th tI.th- ......"
S odamen .. *.....8 20 .286 10/2 YANKEES wgVz;v wtt We 6s1, redat ,.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS At Moune Hope Players ab r a nI. : lckt Strike vs.A.. -W 0
7raff, 2b 0 r 3 2 7 Br+w nlPa ying at 4e "Curl- -- "ul 3b ".'i,"
Yankees8, Sodamen 7 (10,innings) Hardin,a, s o 0 el 6to ro in w= .c rbi.omi t Dantaillemmr "'.
'TONIGHT'S GAMES (2) 6:00 At Panama Phillips. rf 6 1 0 2 0 Wh grked ab.ad .a Ib ght ad lnj4Io second lsee wit. ;e. .. 4
Smokers (Fitzgerald 3-1) and Hughes (2-1) DMaIoew ak, lb 3 2 3 10r 0 uallh he Leg ion st r da afte oon ve, f I
S VS. Wilhelm, 3b 4 1 1 2 0 .away airine or .t* the i ar .ofadoublaeheadr ler, 1
Sodamen (Alonso 1-1) and (Arthurs 3.-3) Kropf, cf 5 1 1 3 0 ')oJi th$he feuel- Il SS t th u nd ea
By J. J.. HARRISON JR. tor Lopez fielded the ball and' Lawrence. p 2 0 1 tr winau rri~ t" fr the fago- and sDtiriler--0- '
o threw to Alonso Brathwaite. who bHarris, p h2 0 1 0 0 Brown may be veM_ a tire- three hittel,6 and strie
two games are on tap at the erred on the play as Graff scored Despaigne Is kn own toer be as mount Edd p er hits (Se d G 5s0) 3 .5.
SP ma Olympic Stadium to-' all the way from second with the Total. 42 8 13 30 s14 Dsp Rln t .el k no moudl oppoSnt ve up 5 OPis T ON
ni igt between the Smokers and! winning run. oto a ... .. .~aP KP, .._ .r,,m M^ubull nd ia uy walked w anlk d .o 2 batters on lu AB *
n .. C. b odamen. The game was enliened with the Smocorkers aynn winning run. dubbed 'The Bull' by most sports strikes. Scott. mack aortstop Mts oto, b 3 0
fty John Fitzgerald and fast-' a fist fiht of short duration Sodamen 000 231 100 0-7 13 +3 lwr-ers/ T.toe xp-,t_ to enter.he ha.d the la.eft .Mt of the am'e Ka.l., lb = 1 0 .*
S ng Tommy Hughes of the between Lawrence and Hardih Yankees 020 040 100 1-8 13 -1 . In Perfect p hs ical condition with a bases loaded triple in he Blehn, .It 2 0
kers will oppose Andres A-'In the fifth inning. Summary. Runs batted in. l rpe: nU 'bpes to pp riw the "ex- second. e Hale, rt 0 A
and Stanley Arthurs of the From what could be gathered Dickens 3, McDonald, Clarke. TiwnD-to Could end tbms fight, with Hearne a no-hi no rm rt, 2
8oiamen. the trouble started when Law- Lopez. Gladstone 2, Kropf 3, Da- Eaneioeghtl w.H ev wthHearneapge de tno-htte n- I 1
Te first game, set for seven rence and Dabek couldn't aet to. bek, Al. Brathwalte. Earned one solldblow. However, that is ame over the 741ot Signal Jacober, 0 2
ngswill begin at 6. etber on the latter's calling of runs: Yankees7, Sodamen 5. his problem. How to all classy teams theLuckyhurlerher
S he Yankees increased their the pitches. .Left on bases: Sodamen 8. Yan- boxer like Joltin' ,Joe? If Brown the 1Signal team hitless ad McCury., 2b 1 I 0
le, to three games over the An Atlantic Side fan who is kees 12. Home rune: Dickens, electpi o e. >, hue i. lb" Dne.- scoreleN for .nd ,/3 Innnl xCassdro 1 .0 0
+ kers as they defeated the considered a sound baseball man Oladstone Three base hits: paigne, he will be inviting di- Norton. Sm nal centereler, Bextot, p .1 0
samen 8 to 7 in 10 innings at Eald this morning that he ob- Kropf, Williams. Two base hits: saster. T nao h as -to-toe hammeredou trlewr, I 0.
nt Hope last night. served that Lawrence kept shak-'Gladstone, Oraff, McDonald, with big middleweights ike Tuzo home on Jober gi trt, p. 0fr
il Harris. who relieved ni tIng off Dabek's signs repeatedly Moore, Marolewski, Wilhelm. ortugue and forced them to only score fora l. Wallace,'p 0 0
Slrence in the sixth frame won during the game. Sacrifice hits: Dabek. Al. Brath_ C.k.Uto scorer ign "-- -- e .tDick Cox, .uae wiriett jhort- x-ian foer Jacober in 7th.
h seventh game. .I.-I waite. Stolen bases': Phillips,'- .-O n the other hand Joe seems stop,' was te leadn batter of zx-Ba.tted f Mce in .th
Sam Willirms the loser, tookI Anyway. midway through the Gladstone. Struckout by: Harris to specialize polJshing off the game, collecting hreeta inl L
Over for Vibert, Clarke in the fifth frame Hardin and Law-1 4, by Clarke 1. Base on balls off: welterweights. Only last week he four trips with a bases. loaded Cox, 4 3
fifth rence were seen to exchange Harris 2. off Clarke 4. Pitchers stopped Cuba's Tony Arventeros home run in the fourth Innin S b h 2 0
After being behind two to no- what appeared to be heated reco: Clarke 6 runs. 8 hits in n eight roundat New Or- as the walloped b 4 1 0
thir- in the second on Oil Dick- words and soon they were slug- 4 innings (one out in 5th), Law- leans. 13 to 1. Mora.b 3 2 2
en' two-run homer, the Soda- going at each other. The fight rence 6 runs. 10 hits in 5-1/3 in- _The emlinal could turn out (First Game) Jonesm, cf 3 1
m' n went ahead pwth two tallies took place between the shorstnp nings. Errors: Yankees I (Har- to be the eight of the night. AMERICAN LEGION Fs alin, If- r
the fourth and. three more in' position and the mrund. din); Sodamen 3 (Houradeau, .( 0 It. --'pit I tm o "o- lryer AsaB I H OVMra, rfo- P a 1 I
fifth. | Graff was the fir"- to reach Lopez. Al. Brathwaitel. Losing DO IT YOURSELF- vnerybody, Toyparand hi o (Bean Jak II) P cis Halman, Sb 4 -1 0 Telchert,c 1
e Yankees took the lead a- the bottling oair and did a good pitcher: Williams (1-6). Win- own way of bowling g. Lea the proper wato do It. tl alst the veteran Sammy Rowley, 0 2 HMe.p $ 1 0
g in the bottom of the fifth; Job of breaking it up until man. ning pitcher: Harris (7-2). DU- ...... ....t t ar own l. s.. L-- _I Medina, new n the midst of a Pete Salas, 2b 4 0 ,1 by nl
four runs iut the Sodamen aqer Al Kubski ard others final- bleplays: Graft. Hardin. Maro- First of 12 Articles written for All bcwlers are different and the successful comeback. B. Salas, ss 3 0 0 74l1st Signal' 00 OO0'- 11 4
(L it up in the sixth with a ly got the situation completely, Ipwski (2). Umpires: Thorntor. NEA Service worst thing to do, if you're an or- This eight-round 128-pound Volt, If 3 0 0 L. Stdke 000 83 x-13 1.0
le run. un^er control I Watson. Williamson. Time of ABC Singles Champion dinary bowler- one who falls contest Is a return clah. Medina
ch team got a run in the The whole Incidert seemed to game: 2:24. somewhere around the national was easily beaten by Francis "
rnth stanza to make the score have been motivate. by the style after a name bowler, average of 10--is to pattern your before he started his present
ir all and it went that way frayed nerves of players under IN BOWLING, there is only (..e st le after a name bowler threefight winning streak.1
Sthe otttom of the tenth i the strain of keen competition on 0 I person who knocks the pins down. ITke a champion like Don A four-round special between Gt
ith Milt Graff on base Bud and with the burning desire to Ghat' yourself. Carter He has a stylp all his 135-pounders Sam Bruce and
din got a single and OGrpff win, and Fardin and Lawrence IL You've got your own way to do own It would ruin my gamp if I Marcial Molinar plus the open-
d to seco'-1. Edrile Ph4u'os were pro'.bly on the best of vy f rF l Wllt it. You get your cwn fun out of were to copy it That -goes in Ing four-rounder between 125- N l
rounder to short and Hec- terms today. it If you'll keep this in mind spades for the average bowler pounders Rocky Pee Wee and
S - -- -- r while we take this run-down of By WALTR C. WATSON
S- 5. 1.- -- Some of the things which should You can drive yourself nuts gra. -
G111 I fCllu b ut1oS be known about he game, this doing the million and two things
f EVELAND. Jan. 25 (UP) series can be a efinte help all the experts advise -* I The local sports o kings st- ten men the game on Jan.
So Right-hander Bob Lemon of the It will not be a help if you use ]My advide-.is to do it. your own iri ftend a severe blow when .DO1 30th.
llb a g red A The program will be one hun ClevelandIndians has signed a my suggesons as ron-cld rules way and have ome fun J i Antonio Anguizola, victim of On the'radael
will -be retired A. The program will be one hun- contract making him the high- Prsident Rem6n's aass, ums for thep twb.
trophy hoot held at the dred sixteen yard tar ets, han- at pad pitcher In baseball. * as ed on to J oe 116tk.,t
active gun clubs on the dicap targets. The sixTeen yard p' pon gets a flat salary of \ 1-Iira ion and-of.ter h -
,during February,March event will eb divided into class- $45,0 and can earn up to$0- $0 Irl iT a l IW| W all l | toMewho knerwi f'il- I'
otdag .. :n trph es.A and B by the Lewis classs ,no0 more depending upon the racing and cock a fis hoped tit l B be
a ilver trphles a- sys tem with a trophy going t attendance'at Cleveland. Lemon * S n th n any other orm of diveso but the t i t e
Z,. .ed will be purchased by the the winner of each class. will become the highest p aid and hla table at Juan Fraco to 6ur former at.
subscribed by the Can Ral A trophy will be awarded ton laver in the American League if arn g Li ste A brook was always one of the Juan r. ntr
e Trapshootl)g Assoriation'the winner of the handicap and Ted Williams of Boston sticks to and most successful. li l k lorwa'
hiers at the. State Shoot last one to the winner of the all his Winsll bo retiin, Williams -- Acquainted persnally with to day tine t.
To compete for these tro- round. The winner of the Hi gun drew $100. 000 last season g.NA M Til la I 1 LordManton oft.land, he was dM lle.aeth tllw iU
a shooter must be a Inem- or all round trophy will not be Lemon, a converted outfielder. o ts 10 T Lo MwlIst PANAMA AREA oble to I rt e bea t th or 1M amt t .
'.of the Asacciatlon ind of eligible for any other trophy at won 20 or more games in six of ughbreds at this, gen tlemen .Ud1 I"nh/- th'esleg who
a member of the maLeur er be eligible for more than one his seven seasons. He won 23 Ared Forces League had to offer. Most famous of his b* made e14d au( wS ef
fia ty teeAof one oidar forlthat shoot, nor will any shoot- the regular 1954 season. Lemon and the scores can't be changed Graham, P. vs Engelke H. Teams W L Pet. GB tsorit In i tribute ot..
try fees will be retained byain even distribution of the ster- eries game when Dusty Rhodes ris or Shine had no trou- Pendergrass vs Stoval Fort Clayton 5 7 .417 blood lines h raena W
C.Z.T.A. and used to prov.ie.. .g silver trophies. homeredti n the 10th Inning. Bob e at all taking the medalist coco solo W of e n50ve
Thies for future shoo handats. event s con ys-- don'tthink I've ever ho norwhen he posted a fine Third Flight Army AtlAtnlc 2 11 .154 9 nd his bre agn farm In Ch- erin cs e
S Cristobal Gun Club on Bul- testants will shoot from their pitch. It wasn't hithard and I course' and on this course it Taylor, J. vs Kraka -RBULTMONDAY prospects.l W sf we
ri, Feb. n 1955 yoa rdages. A list of the 1955 wasn't even sure it was a hor really means par. Congratula- Beall vs Williams, w.REoSolT MNAYbe
heopt ram at Cristobal wUl darda h set b ce 19iwe even gure it wat io s a perfe a ro n of g Kna vs Raorts Coeo.rolo 1, Albrook APe 0 No individual gave more far shal poS. that otis
of the secretary of the Canal Zone MRo Shine. Pearson vs Mors M T honest racing and elen sport. te te t
ihes ill be awarded. for will b on splay at each shoot- the right field seats at the Polo 74, just two strokes of the med- Patterson vs Sanford Fort ton at Coco Solo. anope th a
twenty five pair of doubt. These' shoots will give some Grounds and bounced back on alist 'pace. Hutching, A. vs Soyster A T RR stable will atina to opeat roo hre the
second and third hilh good practice to all shooters and the field. Lemon recalls-"-when Over 200 golfers tried out for Cramer vs Deane. S at C. Solo (2:30) under tohe fpopetedt raiolie- those wo- milt uch
n handicap event, will help the newershooters by I saw the umpire signal four this.popular tournament and It's o A m bleat of hle *M fren and n could be ~ sety
the w er in the douo giing them experience in co m- bases I really blew my too. Tbrt a shame all can't get In. But, Fourth eight A. Att t. Claton (2:30) trainer Henr Whl, as a e2. As time advances
i and one to the HI gun on P.. which will benefit them hit couldn't have gbne more than there was ohly room for 128. Collin vs Sawartz, Pi Ia ngo AFB n memorial to his sentriba- ameba.i gloves o
ne hapdred and fifty targ-. n this year's State Shoot which 270 feet.-" These 128 low sco ers are group- Melnck vs Macowbray aithplac M eld 7:m e a tothe it of kin r Ano n
.. iwIll be held at the Balboa Gun ed into a efehts oB golfers to Wilked vs Res.loIMagANIeeddo o t e ta t A O ll-
boa Gun Club ofi Club, n May 28th and 20th. As for williams. a Boston each flight belw Rot vs Walker siurnrtisag eontrbutions to the Te Bobby, Prescott fans, and fan having ideas on the subject
a targets: fifty handl, listed below: l bout returning Southaw Leo Golf ,Clubhou. e (with phone Myers vs Jacks oa er hona Sunda ,dare hop n p h t Bob ioro
and twenty v-rl ato -or u nday o h Kl l RoI'd ive an:ed to numbers).. Cortllorva FieldM afser aMb tn: sta t game abetjsyuhwo
e ll- -be awarded to, April 2. May as o our round matches is 0:00 a.. S un- Ffth.h dlum as he did ihn th t' dtle LeteheDvi
e each event with a o Ma. 28 and lm y tate Shoot) ball club es the same wa. day. tan. 30. You ma play pre- Williams, R. vs Lally se. l left the Flyers two park. l
g(p e HI gun on the c om-June and July 16. Kiely who returned from the vious to this time oy mutual Mqran vs Ridge te set by Special O-
t 'mbouCp. Gamboan-Feb. 13, March 13 rmy last season, says Williams agree ent with your potent. Hall vs Marshall Vm op ad d fuel to Two *of Bobb y's long files .__ I A
b.u Club on Apri 0, May 8 June 1 and July has done a lot to help the young Mat s must be completed by Mathews vs Hardle da t'a a Cl0 would have cleared the lAcul OR, OMABAL WAE.-
.Apri 10h 2.____________ Boston nitchers. The southpaw 6:1)- p.m. Jan. 30. Herron vsa MeGlade nFi Albrook a d park'm oe easly.b Mafybe e AMn LKAGo Ou e
-., -- ^---n-----r- as ay Williams gave him several Look here for-your name! The Le vs Wagner te-t. y.on rnt K change rnscenry ,- .tme g
S, .ti.s on how to pitch to hitters $100.00 Smoot & Paremes' Let- rennan vs Huldtqr yt e tay f rom the Fly. for the big bat t t the smokers Mutual of Omaha soared a 11
S i ke Larry Berra, Al Rosien and ers of Credit were won by: Burns va C ooper .are co a n on in the se' tch to 2 vFItory over th Gibraftar
'l e | |i n y -- Mickey Mantle. Jan.. 20,-High Score: Cope- rort Clayton Is scheduled to drive. oMiors in the Farm Lague r
w b -Kiely says he doesn't have anv lanl 110. Sixth Flight oo nlttgeroon Prescott, one of our favorites, r yesterday attet a oat
excuses for winning only five Jan 21-Low Score: Lewter Norvy vs poster I fourth b ae n has been having a real rough Wtle Leage Park.
games while losing eight last 22..-ig obb vs E ero sj labyet to his s er.o adathe--
A-season. "My arm Is in perfect Jan 22.-High Score: Johon, anry ,, Spencer t ie at to h is 2strde d t syarPacific .ile e it
of th, Pegeledy ta r r -. :pPoall rown vs Muemamotn cal5Ide ot.ab
o Gu l IAtainly gonltohan t.As p sy toe satoims K Jan' 23 .-Low Score: Mitten Serger vs Baker oo Sal ornt-rnn a lg ir armored hat he is theffe L. a e ot .
that. rRecorShowl -o 7ta.tDes Londes vs am 8hoes htard ethlng of We a ve 5obs 1ot ude arm. t
mr w- he atoZ oufld m -n plete pairin t aor match Jdshn vs vBlakler bt will^i conver thneiarl n th is.o n, t t of'-tho^ 1
I OVERCOME distance of the league leading Winberg, rf 1 1000 play roCbouend wre pheMhye vs Bacer aa waf -ortheetraight dp- attfI le r
T 4 Coejoe. W.Dolan. It 2 0 0 0 0 Cham hip Flight venth Flight i to
pnodgrose, d c 2 1 0 4 1 First i-Fisher vs YoungbloodKig- b
delayed by rain, the' Wills and Webb will moat like- Sander, I b 1 0 0 4 0 Second Flight oope vs Ml ,ara J.t wooue at M sbe
Over..took theP a.omn J ti=t forth Pun4nd Bate- z-Barbes 0 0 '0 0 00 Thfrd fl.t Moore av s iMalagtrao Aa- i oo"& ..0t e k
t innig o eke out, a and Tubbs for the ocelot. Fourth Iflight Boas vs Pyffer we* 0eno a i t bet a" lheO.t ub
ti r y ot an i l 17 4 1 15 tFifth tFl1 ht tPersoa l .vs. tF eean d .&W IL- 9d j r
ball that wasuno''le oxsIre -Barims walkd fqr Bolman i5 th Sixth F ht Hadley vso aem SIN a-dthe
epntrol dueeoevebox war:hn hte Stua ay Y~jalhidor
Small three pitchers is-I CO MOS Chen bySevnth-Srort vsma r what weh the eqtlre
f, .. t*nble mbonOr
r b' d" 'e1 1 Rffee1Championship Fi g ht _
w ata-t h 0 C c 02 Shine vs. Goodmanf*
Richmond vs Mathison,
-ph Sum r .r ke ot/ : 02 Dufnkle,rS .v Mills
ted rl a. m1 eB aWamiton P.NN upe
..... .... r0-, ... .. ..,2.-miertanh v D Jankus
aowed two ht eii 61* (Musser, RyAsr)I GC.li mku
Ihe a og f f ;&. Ir1 0 n-.uk ak a g ..
.to..be char 1 J r 2 anIr : wun- Muller vs Hinkle,J.
So Un M a 0 .7 d0 o i.*Cardts. Mitten'is 4urphy -fo
eoU o 4 oSnder. oE.len, ,a.e@.. glon LewtervB
Uf shouldl' .ed6
~,fens.t.I lWatsor. Schneider., u isn Flight
th I r: msMoapan. --I 7,Fer iardt va Baett
.. .o 8. Ba ses .on -of fRiley. ,jvs W -aley .,
toEtudy f- 111i, 915aI Brbe,6 Schneider an Mahone vs Vamvaz Mmm
:30 ~zr. J.. ts0, uffers vs Meeks
4.Z18-me10 Ii Hamilton. P. vs super
In 2 L9 Ith vs Des Landes
Pporoutfty 0 Benedrr uns.mn k~lnski vs Young, W.
I I 2r 1 chmN i4v s e*shllmr
P~rk~th. .. -t.herl:iis Second Plight
Ge rhardt v-s Barrett,
DAILt NEWIBPA' R
T6 Sign ConM
ayasich Is To Hockey What
71 ; - U ; A
DIan Iar Al Aee Go/a Is To College Basketball
To Terms SICKOUT
r..b .. nsonm." of the major M RAYo E tN STICKOUT
i .BM ,l *w c. Iralil i S m" w "- W ft- B '- l w -
ier in h t* C emd e -I Is S~ .*a'elb ByS MILTON RICHMAN MINNEAPOLIS (NEA)- Col-1
ee i" WnW =pomeIft"" y eaaWrth lege hockey's not the kind off .. ..... .. dBI
at -t ir M p&' t t NXW YOt9, Jan. 25 (UP) s port that pays off the mortgage ~ NO F THE FApLED ta
The tlgrew out of baseball's *e tb Don (iong Jobh) LarWk lost on the dcubletlered stadium, so HOEY**A M WA5
t is suffering f 'o "a bid pulW ." The Nracton i *wirf more games than any pitttier in unless you happen to live in the | 6 a -Ye_
ut its very existence, demonsatagil a later e nM5t O 10 the majors last season but -he tundra belt you'll not be hearing PRoOuc$0XD A
pjubllc opitWon aed paper phblosoPIy, ia something over didn't lose a nickel in salary to- much of Minnesota's Johnny May- P.AYM
* rich I am quite elated. h h tact day by signing a 1955 con 4ct asich.
How-ver, the privacy oft the proceeding the ankees calling for the
hat theihad got off on th wrong t' eDi n'gSa1 .10 he received with the But what Tot Gola is to col.
asilon sold have been devoted to ae1monL-akin from b roles in 1954. lege basketball, or Bob Ccusy .
AI writers and ports editors. nd the a promising 25-year- to the professional game, or Wil-
Secrecy I, th. bane of relations between ba lut old ftbller who reads comic lie Maysa to the New York Giants, JO S.s
H ew 41k Wi:itety percent of the hush- h downright ooks, cuts his own hair a n d rugged .Johnny Is to the varsity
.It the conferees leave for tbhir homes with tha k tkes in two or three movies a puckeiers.
eallatln,uh will have been aecompli .ed. d1 m
Walter Fr s OMalley. preaden of he Booklyn club day, lost 21 games and won only The Eveleth, Minn., youngster,
Walter Frans O'Malley. president of the Broolthree last year but was thoughtin his fourth year as center andO
the leader of the g hoyment fot raisaj the shades and 1E so highly of by the Y4nkees that eahis fourth yfor thas e hersand
| w ?iSt "' they Insisted he be Included I nis ere tif rethe kind ofjnyths that
-e b sjWness of the Unted Vtate i conducted by the Con- ast Novtimber's deal with Baltl- make Princetonlans talk of I
gres with the press in attetidance," O'Malley point out t more. the late Hobey Baker as if he
'Why do we have to bar the writers from our league meUtIn Rs Be eame to The Yankees with skated the ice only yesterday.
I believe that at least 95 percent of our deliberations and dec- pther Bob Turley and short. I %
Od & could be opened to the reu." stop iB y Hunter in exchange As a high school kid at Eveleth
Afte; a league meeting .the club owners are warned not to f` r Gene Weodling, Harry Byrd, -the genius of top pros such as e
talk to tfle writers.: The official veralon are ssuedby the public Jim eDnald, WUle Miranda, Frank Bimnsek. of the Bcston
relations men. Sometimes information Is suppress ed. Hal Smith and Gus Triandos. Bruins and Mike .Karakas and
This brings requests to the magnates from the writers in First baseman Dick Kryhoskl, Johnn Mariucel' of the Chicago
their particular cities for more definite details on deciatons which another ex-Oriole who came to Blackawks-Mayasich was the
cal for no secrecy whatsoever, matters which are of keen Inter- e Yankees in the second-half key to four state preparatory
esti to the fans and of benefit to baseball. Let's have a' new of that same deal, also signedthis hockey ties,
deal on this, if nothing else1 contract, making a total of 22 ,
Yankee players who have agreed As a freshman at Minnesota he
MISH.I-USs ONI OUT TOP FOOLISHMINT to terms for 1955. set an all-time school scoring rec.
Once. the football season Is out of the way, our baull clut Kryhoski, alternating at first ord of 62, since upped to 7 as a
begin a systematic uisuance of information about the signing of base with Ed Waltkus, batted sophomore and junior. He was
contracts, There is considerable, variance of opinion regarding .260 last season after suffering named twice to the All-America
the news value of this type of commtunique. I believe it to be a fractured wrist in spring train- team chosen by the American
of great interest to the vast majority of sans and well worth the in Hockey Coaches' Association and / t ArAI
valuable white paper devoted to It. T three players, including one is a claeB to make it three straight. Y
However, when a player and his club get Into a hassle over who wrote a letter sayit it was By way of ra warm-up for the STE
salary, others It a deep silence tn the front office. "go1 to be with Pittaurgh," current campaign, he dented the TEL
If the receipt of a signed contract is news, how much more aslned their contracts with the nets for ix goals against the.
interesting is the revelation that a star is engaged in a money Prates. They were outfielder Brons in erly De
dispute? Dick Hall and pitchers Den Wad cember. On the imeptus provided O if
The club,not only suppresses such information, but resents and Laurin Pepper. Wade, ac- saw" in
tremendously the priting of what are known as "holdout" quired in a trade for Paul La- careUi posted a 15-12 record ihe ine iron
store. v Palme from St. Louis recently with Birmingham of the South-
The general managers ima that no player should be listed losed a letter with his pact ern Association. Despite his rela-
as a "hbldout" unless he has failed to appear In trasihng camp which stated he was happy with tive inexperience, Ceccarelli is 'ha,+% ave aLS
at the appointed time' the deal. given a good chance to make the' v0l ManucCL
iThe baseball Write say that as soon as. a player has turned the deal.Jo h
The ball Write thatr Four Dodgers players agreed Athletics' staff by manager Loa
down an offer, he has become a "holdout." to terms, including left-handed Boudreau. M X e K rakas ,
The front offices warn the players not to talk to the writers pitching hopefuls Tom LaSorda e p e Fraflk Bt ri sef
about their salary *iegotiatlins. But here and there an outraged and Ken Lehman. The other a Relief pitcher R Herbert was
hired man will blurt out things and get himself a reservation who signed were second strS the 19th Detroit plyer to sign
in the club doghouse. ....catcher Al (Rube) Walker an d for 1955. Herbert won three
The devices employed by some. of the baseball Writing Plit- rookie first baseman Norm La.-games and lost six last season. by their iron man center from from either side and, under Marl-'
ertona to dig out this kind of Information are fantastic. The fans er, up from Mobile o the the heart of Minnesota's Iron ucci's tutelage, has cume finesse
want to know. southern Association where h Washington announced the Range, the Gophers twice have to his poke-checking, back-check.
Why n1t throw all this news Into the open? I will venture bit .326 e sig ning of William Robert Al- reached the NCAA hockey finals, Ing and defensive play.
that in most th l de of tl s sde o thargumentwould benefit ter Del Crandall be. on, a University of Kansas Marucci, now his college coach, Johnny's a natural athlete who
from-the airing. But you may eapect this hush-hush policy to came the 2th mua of b outfielder who will be given a says young Mayasich is sure to also competed in football, base-
be eonnued. Miwakee Brvs tb sign a chance to win a major league make the National H o c k e y ball and track in high school.
traco fti lue.eitra r The fi berth In spring training even League, if he so chooses, because Working for ap education has re-
...3S3. WW.GOSOXSAZ ,3IN POINT 15-- 2-year- though he sg ed to a con- be's one American w o plays-wit started Is ccllege. endeavor t
bt chke Offi Ildu w#1n rnst wht tb l lnetinct oa f;a&fdl ala the ice.
'Ie r,.ttoehIs Ia.' _____ her
between WidllesMay and ubeiIu G e -n uerto io. fr t n 1 H? $s. erst, Mayasich ccmes from, the kids He and a twin brother, Jim, are
That type et story is the hoicest tdbit tor the fans. A fight e r take a few ,start playing hockey bef o r ethe youngest of 10 children born
between players, though never of physical consequence, especial- e r. BUSINESS GOOD they're cured of thumb-sucking to hardy Yugoslavian immigrants.
involvtea mates. In ungOutfielder Vlc Power an d Johny was a team man at the Provider Frank Mayasich works
lY if it shouldInvolve tea mates. iIntriuing. for an iron mining company at
However, the New York M cg got quite prissy about the rookie pitcher Art Ceccarelli Miami. Fla. (NEA) Hia- age o seven. tor an ron mming company at
m tried ever which way to fade t out. Why? What okayed their contracts with the leah, the barometer for all. Eveleth, and Johnny descends to
harm .dl the hsle do to the Giants and to Maya, except that Kansas City Athletics. Power around business in Miami, show- As the center man of the Go. the pits as a laborer during the
rah on a le? It was plainly a case of two edgy batted .265 for the Philadelphia ed an 11.7 increase in opening pher front line, he has all the summer vacations-to keep fit
guys. o erbaseb d, going at each other. So what? Athletics last season while Cec- day mutual handle, moves. He can shoot effectively and help with the keep.
Maya' plane arrival at Idlewild on Saturday evening was
timed with an eye to reducing the number of reporters and
cameramen meeting him. He gave the writers and the picture
men the brush, and that was not Will1e.
Mays had been warned not to talk at the airport. He follow-
ed ordeN.. But once home, he talked plenty over the telephone.
Ntw he is in Alabama.
The general situation certainly Is not without hope. In fact, As seen In LIFE and TRU
the conference An the Commodore proves that we may be moving
toward the easy solution of most of our club-press problems.
All that is needed is a more frequent throwing of the cards
an the table, a keener appreciation by the officials of what the
sports pages must do, and, by the same token, a rather less
cynical attitude toward the clubs by the writers.
Helfand Could Start By
Barring Ring Comebacks
By BARRY GRAYSON. And here the erstwhile Harlem
HotlAot was being shown up aen
NEW YORK (NEA)-T I er, a national television hook-up as
Jones is my favorite fighter. Five not even a shadow of his former
straight defeats earned ones the sell by a journeyman middle-.
Chicago ~1ateb witb~ ugar Ray elstr who, as has been point-
Robinson, which is the way prize ed cut, earned the appointment
fighters obtain employment these by dropping five fights In a row.
days, but I'm still goi to pen- F
cil the Yoakers lodder's name o lROB.ION FOOLED EN many
a special write- ballot for the loyal followers right tq the last.
Ring Hall of Fame. They made him a prohibitive fav- ,
,oIt ever the younger Jones,
He's the guy who got rid dof Rob. wagered that he would knock him
bison in 10 rounds. One is that' out.
est recently to k Despite the stature accorded
er the chlrmaship of the New hli by Johnny-Conme-Latelys, Rob-
York commission, could well start iason always was faulted by school-
b. .y b ar s comebaeks N o Ied b men. l he toop.
afterbeing out for two or sp M o a eed
earh e_ a nd ad fore t, bpu the other
slres att verloo, tha' *s n
h11[B '' Fashion-rig In good-looking new aStartAst"
' Nylon ]mea, they eayue Jarman'sol fa m
Pesee. -, a"frirndlimdue of st" in every windswept
RICES: '6 ,
V Param ot s reealhs **' .' f AUDE M DALTON
1 I Ia91b '" APsHUGH MARLOWE
WHAT WAS THE SIN THE GOLDEN.HAIRED
C, TO THE
OF PHARAOH I
ROBERT TAY IR IE PARKER
CRLsMOMNN. KURT KASZNAR
VICTOR JORYum SAMIA GAMAL.- m m.G-M ctreo
ENCANTO WAHOO! Leslie Cans, In lty Alley
Today! .1 .155 P. Lawford, In o-eA Mare"
msu', w~o ,- e~q'e -,d
wr~yod y Rsay C as ieds
5. .5 -
.' .. t *a. .?- '
_ ____ __
= 1., c.... s. .... sad tr yalaur .
Goobs Volunteer I
For Special Duty,
.oGAT LAKES, III., Jan. 25 -
P) -- Scores of volunteers re-
~brted today for duty o0 a not
sactly hazardous nature, but
only 15 were accepted.
That was the number specified
ID an "SOS" received from' the
eds at Williston Hall on the
pus of Northern Illinois State
teachers College, DeKalb. TBI
The girls sent a letter to the
Special Services office at Great
Lakes Naval Training Station 1
last week- I
.Not enough men, they said, had I
Shown up lately for their dances. U I
"Therefore we'd like you to
export 15 pallors to boost our
mnoable," the letter said. "We
really aren't bad looking. It's
fust that there aren't any men N
n the campus." I
They invited the Navy to send
the men to a dance which will
be held at DeKalb Feb. 11. w*AS
Lt. R. W. Burns. Special Serv- (UP-
Ices officer, spread the word oday
through the camp newspaper, ..o fo
the "Great Lakes Bullet."
"Today we had hordes of men area ca
volunteering" he said. "We just ping
took the first 15 to show and .expand
then hung out the 'so sorry' ,Te A
sign." chine.0 t
Burns had assumed Northern cry fro
State Teachers was an all girls'nto K
school because of the letter's steady
claim "there" aren't any men on build
the campus." for globi
' lie was mystified today when fold in a
he learned the school Is coedu- mOsN.
'Maybe they meant real men," reaction
he said Presidlen
Railroad Equipmen tionast
Ta* 16 hh l ui d Formosa
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
]anamua wc iran
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
FIVE CENT I
S Military Machine All Set
) Meet Challenge in Formosa
rescen inl inc runuuma
n be met without step-
p defense spending or
uin the armed forces. I
Amerlcan military ma-,
hey said, is today a far
n the force suddenly cast 1
rea in mid-1950. In an
and expensive 41-,-yearl
, it has been made ready,
ial war or what may un-
such' a hot spot as For-
vas civilian and military
at the Pentagon after
t Eisenhower asked Con-
il authority to use U.S.
if necessary" to defend
and other Chinese Na-
islands important to
IV W 1 IppmU WM Authorities granted that
'd r military spending would shoot
ID Rll A l Tpr Pif an expekitionary force
S...r. .a beatr of several Army divisions had
A special display of railroad e. to be moved into battle with
qtlpment will go on display tomor- the Red Chinese at some later
OW in the lobby of the Balboa stage.
theater in connection with t his In that connection, House
week's hundredth anniversary of Democratic leader Jonn W. Mc-
e Panama Railroad. cormack called on Mr. Eisen-
nower to reconsider cuts order-
.The display has been arranged ed in Army size.
by the Canal Zone Society of Mo- Aummas%.ra~ton policy, how-
del Railroad Engineers which has ever, is against involvement of U.
its headquarters in the Corozal 8. ground forces in Asia and
SAIlreoad station. Representatives there was no suggestion tnat
e e Service Center Division and they mignt be useu in the pres-
.| MOtion Picture branch are co- ent situation. Nor was tnereany
e "In i the arrangements suggestion yet that Army cuts
d inthe display of 14 mnt be eased.
Sotypes of loomctves which mall y men here ,onsider-
: ie shown, behind glass in the ed that Umener eqonle hianr-
ch eiitor wan op er ate strent i hie MKo or m re di-
fitcchwil behsd edict atod visions with their ample A-
i tora r W Visch. will be dedicated _,,,. 0 earndment.
ab afternoon. Also included in e3u0o0,n t
i.. their .. willri jtf cmPentagon ieu1ers called th e U.
boit is a Diesel liocomotive t penZ4n he .o.rs ed te .
Ityenowued by the Pan- forces will prepared to meet
be Ri.lrod. a test *under Mr. Eisenhower's
-hblmt will be' divided into policy of building strength for
p ...ortions, the display oNoco- .0000e ong hau nstea 01 for
1: -ttlves and a small railroad lay- C crisis periods. .
Which st can operatey 8 the Korean war started,
i' s 'layout. 37 by 47 inches, will defense spending uncer thei'ru-
e operated ,y the same type of man and oisenhblwer adminlstra-
:wI~tch as that used Qn an auto- tions. has averaged about $35,-
1 iajtlc toaster. Visitors will be 400,000,00 a year and is levei-
K" ale to push down the switch ling otf at $34,m00,000,000. That
Ha the train will run-for just compares witn h ,vou00,000,000
' about as lng a-time as it take- to spent in the 12 months before
teast slice of bread. l Korea.
D:" m's iar d r. IThe country's military strength
s J today is built around more tnan
N(M w A IW JOi 3,000,000 in uniform, twice as
,l -m- ,v- many as in mid-1950.
I--- U inllc h o The Navy, carrying the hod in
tio hn the Formosa area, operates 110
th_ o _a ", Iships Including 40 m warships,
bit L n M T-AAh|L roughly dou ba e its mid- 1150
DIf t |JV"'Pr| strength. It has double the num-
o. MN, Jan 26 (UP) Ma hber of large aircraft carriers op-
rilyn Monr' a Jo and Joe DIMagglo rating and a fleet of modern
ate visiting Boston but deny Jet aircraft.. ... ..
ey'r" The Air, Force, which could
S"The screen star. and the former be called tn Mtlon quickly
iw York Yankees slugger were In the present situation, has
hrtd night at a restaurant 1 w i g Compare with 43
ggi eo's brother Dom in iid-I sand is buildingto-
E 5 o6 wafe, dEmily. ward IS. It has 14 wings and
th a reconciliation Joe?" numerous Squadrons in the
ewmnan asked DiMagglo. Far East miluding a wing of
-!UIhoney?" Joe asked Mari- B- superbombers on Guam.
SThe'Army, A '10-division force
..jll. ust call it a visit," Ma- at the time of Korea, now has
F7a& with a smile. 119 divisions and the new and
4ae nine-month marriage of enormous firepower of atomic
Scou4le ended In divorce last weapons.
27. Since then rumors of, Pentagon leaders said these
action have been wide- forces are backed by ample re-
on the coast. _Iserves of equipment, ammunition
DEFENDERS OF TACHEN Nationalist Chinese soldiers guard
Tachen huddle in their hillside shelters during A Commu
ALMOST SPITTING DISTANCE A group of tents stands on
the strategic Chinese Nationalist island of Tachen in readiness
for reinforcements from Formosa. In the background is a ed-
held island (arrow), which could become a springboard for a
Red offensive aimed at Tachen.
and money in the bank to keep It was apparent the issue has
them operating, been squarely joined.
President Eisenhower yester- There were these further con-
day formally told Red China fllcting assertions:
"hands off" Formosa and the President EIsenhower: T he
Pescadores. Red China Imme- situation has become sufficient"
diately accepted the challenge. ly critical to require planning by
There were remarkable simi- this country "withoUt awaiting
laritles in the harsh words which action by the UnitM Nations"...
came from Washington and "Emergency action might be
Communist Peiping. forced upon us in order to pro-,
tect the- rights and- security of
president Eisenhower and Red the United States."
China's Premier and Foreign
Minister Chou En-lai were sepa-
rated by 13,000 miles In their
bitter verbal exchange but their
jet fighters were less than a
half hour's flying time apart--
and between the President and
Chou there seemed no room for
The President asked -and is
certain to receive from Congress
-specific authority to use A-
metican armed forces and "to
fight, if necessary," wherever
they are needed to defend For-
mosa and the Pescadores a-
gtinst threatened Communist
Chou, in a broadcast attack
obviously timed to coincide with
the President's special message,
retorted bitterly that "no out-
ilade Interference Is allowed."
"The Chinese people are de-
terlned to liberate their own
territory of Taiwan (Formo-
a)9" he aid.
Then, further illustrating the
great gulf between the t wo
leaders same these diametrically
From President Eisenhower:
He based his request on "a series
of provocative poStical and mil-
itary actions" ib Communist
China with the anMounced aim
of capturing m orm qn
Prom Chos: Yheireult ten-
aln n the -Two Mean on-
be hastr te th
Chou: "Neither the United Na-
tions nor any' foreign country
has the right to intervene in the
Chinese people's liberation of
Taiwan". ..The recently nego-
tiated mutual security treaty be-
tween the United States and
Formosa "has further heighten-
ed this tesilon ald 10 seriously
threatening pace in the Ear
To many di4 tle observ-
ers Chou'# oin u tone was
a reminder ft lied Chinese
verbal attaehks aasint the
United States shortly before
the China. Communists enter-
ed the war In Korea.
On Oct. 1, 1950. Chou En-lal
said in a broadcast warning that
Red China "will not stand aside"
if the United States enters North
Less than three months later
Chinese volunteerr" were pour-
ing southward into Koarea t _-
gage United Nations force ts...
Most Britlph newapaperspr
pressed cautious appr 6Of
President Eisenhower's IWa ur
message today, but the 1B"ral
CHICAGO, Jan. 25 (UP) -
Women who t*ke'lt off (but sen-
sibly) meet here na Friday to
compare notes and weights.
Tey Ake iUmembers of TOPS
(for take off pounds sensibly),
an orseatoa upon spoored by the
American Medical Asanm to en-
courage female 4t1i0n'unde> A
doctor's owr. -
The purpose of the annual
meeting this is the third Is
tn determine the member who
took off the most weight last
year and award her a tIophy.
At last year's meeting the re-
ducingu queen was Mrs, Lillian
Pedtke, Chicago, who lost 97
pounds in nine months, reducing
from 264 to 167 pounds.
About 500 member from 160
clubs In 10 states are expected
to attend Friday's meeting and
AMA officials said they believed
it would take a 100-pound re-
duction or better to win the
The organization, founded by
Mrs. Esther Mans of Milwaukee
six years ago, is a kind of "a-
voir-dupols anonymous" which
uses the same group therapy
technique employed by alcoho-
Members, who must be under
a doctor's care, watch each
other's weight and lend moral
support in carrying out diets.
They hold regular club meet-
ings and award prizes to local
leaders, including "piggy banks"' -i, T. WAV you a
to those who aren't doing so wellW TanIMIS TrE s WA you milk a
with their diets, and Mr. Charle8 Bradley per
The AMA estimated that some curious youngsters at the Curt
10,000 women have been helped be ,ilked every day until
to lose weight through TOPS.
Little League: 4 Condeemed Vichy
S Heads Surrender
Boys 8, Girls 3 To High Cour
nPARIS, Jan. 25 (UP) Four
ing tChe strategric l and of former ,.French Vichy officials
nist Chinese air raid. Eleven births were reported at condemned in absentia by post-
Colon Hospital during the week war courts to terms ranging from
Manchester Guardandenouned ending at midnight Wednesday. ten years to death turned them-
t as a "gross blunder. i There were 89 patients admitted selves over t6 the French High
daAll o the nation s 11 principal and 81 discharged during this Court of Justice here today.
dto he President headlines period.' The' four were immediately
to the President's request for Three deaths, that of Oscar Me- conducted to the Prison of La
author ity to protect the Chinese Farlane, Augustine Vreux and Tr- Sante but i t was believed the
isbutand against Communist attack nidad Romero, were reported. high court which me at the
but only. four printed edtorla Babieswere born to the follow. Luxembourg Palacethis after-
rcomment. .. I.ng Americant citizens: Mr. and noon will recommend they be
British editorialstsiatfener Mrs. John F. Thomas, of Gatun, dioesa lnallbrtywl
al were aim n yed the Prs- on; Sgt. and Mrs. Carl M. Wood all nored n oat n ias iathredin
nt'h mhoe wordbn in ten o ort Guaic, daughter; Sgt. and their cases gt. in
face of "itense N provocatlioe Mrs. James Herringtoa, of COCO rThey are ,
and "outrageous threats" by Solito, son; Cpl. and Mrs. Lugas Admiral dabriel Auphan, Be-
Red leaders. Ledford, of Coco Solito, daughter; cretary of State for 'ti Navy in
The independent, conservative Mr. and MrsM.Donald Stamp- t he Vichy government, condemn-
Times said the President's at- flI, of Coco'Solito, son; Capl. and d to life Imprisonment at forc-
titude is "perfectly right and Mrs. Derrold R. Johns, of Cocoed labor by a postwar court in
proper" and added his proposal Solto, son; CapL and Mrs. Lugas 4y
appears to offer "a basis for at A. Veiez, of Colon, son. irl h
least a temporary peace in the Babies were born to the follow- m ir a e unitary of State for the
Far East." la g parents of other nationalities a mery, the e arydr ofo o o the
The Times noted, however, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. McCallIa ned ftoea t ohe c olonerison-
that the American intention of of Rainbow Cityp son; Mr. and e"n" to ten years in pr"on
aiding Chinese Nationalist forces Mrs. Pedro Aguilar, of Rainbow | 'in 1948. e ome
to evacuate Red-threatened out- City son; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Andre Bonnefoy Formener e-
post islands creates "some dan- 0. Linton, of Colon, scn. and Mr. -cretar of Stathe V General In-
ger of a clash." and Mrs. Sinico Hall, of Rainbow condemn i death in 19y
The conservative Daily Tele-City, daughter.C hi" nenRoS. at.h iormern sere-
raph said the President's "time-. .. Cthry general IRn the Foreign A-
ly intervention limited Amer- tary.. gienelin th reg
an interest to where it can be slS S fairs Ministry, condemned to
ican interest to whereeit can b_ oin de a ,hInJulyI.M., '
justified by international law," ea it ethe i J suly ra ofthe
and su tested an immediate ses-r ed fed mA f okareef geIn
sion othe United Nations. Se-Mi f rooI o/hepa f aue dfleandtwoerl ea f in
county Council to consider the a- pain and Switera.
tuation as "a threat to peace." | I /i1
Lord Beaverbrook's DailyDollars-DamaresMrs. Verna Kelly
baledthe Preldent's .wn t Dama es re m V er a Kelly
speb as a statement of ,m-_ PARIS, Jan. 25 (up) The f"..Ilan Area
ai tS rtane" d River Sein receded from It s f av I lan Ar
sid -britain Tshould at once highest levIl for 10 yeaft today De.s.
nive support to this renewed leaving behind it a muddy trail lies At Gor eas
declaration of America's' will of disaster whose cost i esti-
to eace." mated at over a million dollars. Mrs. Verna T., Jel 51.,
Tine- uardlan appeared- to be The Seine dropped from its mother of Mrs. Fran Robert-
worried mainly about the word- weekend crest of 7.12 meters (23 son of Gavan Area, died at
in of the presidential message. feet five inches) in Paris, and 10.30 this morning at Gorgl
SThe message is so clumsily reports from other parts of the Hospital, where she has been
constructed it appears to contain country Indicated other swollen a patient's sice Sunday.
a veiled threat of American at- rivers' were similarly dropping Mrs. elly beenill for, some
tack on the (Red-held) Chinese from the weekend peaks. But time. be
mainland," the Manchester pa- the downstream towns of Rouen Funeral arrangements will be
per said. "It gives apparent cre- and Mantes were still menaced announced later.
dibility to Communist propagan- by the swirling waters. .___ .
da claiming the United States is' The floods, the worst since ( J be0
planning an attack upon China... those of .1945, receded hourly and Frriendly rro
"This American initiative, in-the swollen Seine was reported
'tended to promote a settlement, down 20 centimetres (some sev- WASHINGTON, Jan. 25 (UP)
is going to have an opposite ef- en inches) at Choisy. Officials -The Senate Banking Commit-
fect. The damage caused by yes-.reported however that it would tee today allotted $50,000 for its
terday's message will be hard to be a considerable time before so-called "friendly" lnvestiga-
undo."' 'the damage could be cleared. tion of the stock market.
Deadly rattlesnake. While Mr.
form the hazardous operation.
ndau air look on. Snakes will
the fair closed on Sunday.
His, Get MNked
At Curundu's Fair
A new shipment of rattlepsake
has just arrived on the lsthml
and the reptiles will be on:displ
all week at the Curundu fair.
According to Mr. and M
Charles Bradley, who are
charge of the animal exhibit
the fair, rattlesnakes will
"milked" every day from now I
until the fair closes on Sunday.
And In case you've wonder
how rattlesnake hourss d'oeu
taste, this tempting dish will
wrved Sundal afternoon at
fair grounds. '
A special price for children of"l
centaswas announced for tom
row and Thursday, beginning
13 p.m., until 6 in the evening.
NEW YORK, Jan. 35 (UP)
Two-year-old Marie Sacarro Va
quez kidnapped from her hon
Sunday, was found by polices
night in the company o 1 &
year-old former mental patient
Patrohnen Walter Geratenbe
and Lawrence Kranert found
child with Lydia Paz, who aled
edly took her from her homi
Sunday. They took both ehlldre
to a precinct station where Lydi
was quest ned by detectiw
through an interpreter. Marie
apparently was unharmed. '
Mrs. Albertinaa aldonado,
Marie's mother said she turned
Marie's mother said she turned
down .Lydla' request SuAday to
take the c to church atd that
the girl apparently retuted and
took the child when Mrs. Maldo-
nado weit shopping.
Lydia's mother, Mrs. i n. ro
Paz, told police her daug er had
been in a mental hospital in
Puerto Rico on three oedhsios.
Scelba To Visit
WASHINGTON. iln. U ta
-_The Whita Hon&.M *nMUMl~
PANAMA. R. P.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1955
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