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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00636
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WS a Communist doctor glvlne. medical examination toMJ.
Lewwsburg, Pa., and Capt. MBe J. Vaadl of Clayton, N.Y.

Chances Fade For Kin

To Visit Jailed Flie s
WASJINGTON, Jan. 26 (W)- The State Department itsei-as#
Cedic for- American fanflev to word that thnI want to mn.ks the
vilt their Wailed kin in 1 Cifna trip. It coniering replied to
fa d today .< U.S.- tnmum.st theisethr.ee. .
Qeeteviat mu m .-over he The heatbreak o ."a se

US-Ra trsStem


To New Treaty
Many Amer icA of the Canal
Zone today V ar Indlfferent
to tae terms o te new U8-RP
treaty signed .*t.rWy at $he
Presldenda, but lth US-ralte
and local waters agreed it was a
"good thing for the panamanian
government "
GenerAlly, Canal employes of
West Indian orign were leery of
the treaty, ind fearful of the
consqOiences as tey would be-
gin to effect their status next
Un"ton ad ulvi leaders and
representatives. endorsed the
treaty "with reieyations."
Most of the American workers
who were asked tq comment on
the possible effect the treaty
would have on them shrugged
It off with renmk such as "I'm
ashamed to tell you, I haven't
thought about It," to "I don't
think it will be bad for the U.S."
One white-collar clerk said
"I'm glad to see we got a. park-
ing lot but bf it."
Another added "It sounds okay,
I guess." *
A Balboa shipping agent re-
marked 'I's ver good for Pan.
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300 Aircraft WaN

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S ouvenir en TAIP', Formosa Jan. 26 (UP) The U.S. 7th F!
UUvC 1i r sent "Jorge numbers" of planes into th air swaiietk*
Tachens as a warning to Red China that the United Sh
raiway=m the cs.- means business, it Was reported here today. -
hal adi"oheege'hw l Waves of Nationalist heavy bombers smashed tI
dtoeo ian.*e s 1Chinese invasion fleets north of the threatened
nUed sinking a 1500-ton Communist warship, and Nations
weprenta es t -vic coun, sources disclosed the Communists had made a fourth
icoudng wn ityo be abord successful attempt to invade the Matsu islands.
special train. ., Chinese press reports here said Vice Adm. Alfred
* Twenty-five passee for the Pride, commander of the 7th Fleet, used 300 planes int
special train y-av been issued show of force .north of Formosa, but noval sources
bureau for distribution among Its would not confirm the'number of planes involved.
The special train will leave the Meanwhile in I~oidon, .ritish suggestionn to enlarge its A
Colon station at 8:35 p.m. Fri. foreign secretary Anthony Eden kia's) deevg obliga
day commemorating the first told the O of Com s to-yond Fm aosa nd 1th
railroad c-rosig of the Aner- day he bel s the r'.os.an does as provided by te au
Ice 100 year4-ago. crisis can be seht6d pgefully defense tty with 0.bhlrln
The special .Itn will p at 'Itf khe goVernmonta .icern-1.ek, the3 .eretao. i1id
lb Mt. on at S3:4pj.m.. ed tk .r 4 "We-stt~fr

meSta t 5 must be made. P 0 i e uad ,
S decotB t b made e nJ ei vw to set l around. I can't se, anyhing sonord he real train wh, ee cgrss i they
E e to a. urrisin except in trai ve rd the regular n what. cd a 'angero u ad
Sl d a e w t will permit e thbpl f improised ser surprising ehxce knewa e traFriday from the Paci situation." He made
ulk of th ard or ba rl 17 Impri- vieme provetoCmmu knew the ress, side, and on the regular night -ont to a n n t
or be ndiab .%i IF i tsu- fyveemea and F^ prove( to Comnmu. ou beorss^,I don't see .
I phi* come from, P ed Amerlcans accepting amC e tChlbafore.a they I t seell nt be duped t leaviBabo Station at The fqMla reary o ernment's
dealers wh Red Ci a% to visit the by Red'propaganda.e, hoe wm aff tAmerlcams. The a10:1 p.m. 'e Atlanttic side. "fore not the solution i l prme men
uftedatoDs 0are buying m The States does not hav "If they ( theRed Chonside) went te ris a bounexpected Balboa i been placed a monuItselfnt the use of U.S. forces only with a.ia
S en te l amps a e deplomatelat as swith Comm o sme for u, why d a also be foridea and wonder whovas Ml begin at 44 p. wh a t greatest relctance," oen Manwe A an
o rothe 100th nnver- 1st acae "i I w would get over there ries the commissary.6aua Jan. 2 p cncert by the Balboa Hi pard. from the carrier Princeton
m thU e fLt transconn that tl S c ials appaourent'slsutey sa d the boys home," rs.hve to wel or Local 9' a Band:1 Their Coeon.y The British diplomat s he n sTae ,tod

sa tri f friend in the fl that would be even more leave without him i t would be Edward Gaskin said he felt that Po says i w tart immediatoter atoblem of the coastal Islands to peeedlat.ontei
Sad elsewhere angers to aprovwhe re iit u S. Bea umrbre wife or Mau. We whoe, the teat hs i& te y e ar the pecl td "e susceptible to a peacentul in- aed n d Frm
to ama aring thyable n to eausantee protectibt of Wtliam H, u wan mer, Lew sburg, ao nd when it don s a atcome, It i wasi the gverent on- ife te big ci
the al e-entp enter- Americans. g out the For. asked y (ted N. However e declined to comment t llntnue un cee ar prepared to work. town Kearsarge p an
office rid 100th mos Straits e relates were -General) Dg on the poible effect it will have s Fer i been placed I a moment the use of U.S. forces only with affr ere.
of tjhe G wlnnlbalr first- mIeld China at such am he a, de, iand wonder what's i p. wih a t. d ereee o n his members, cause he said eer ett
tetrip to Red Chia also bebrdg deal, and wnder what's
asouvenh al of' the 0ath nfve mit be trapd cause I would get over there behinted to discuss this very ,g father of the We e t .s been and is ttop number o arri e

dary otra mailsaervice can, heStato e Bepertment ha ey, add for m thget faveta pont with Panama's PreLocaldnt 9 t a Ncarainho a. concert by the ata te fihn he said. 'We raft available Ir
)arf thef c Some top ofiials apparentlyandlsee my Billand then have to Costs Ricn ex.
train trip for fted In hbye opi th at t woud be te vmore leavewithout him, it would be Edward 'askin said he felt that (UP)-l will start lned niote o of there ore tntinued to evaato e Tthed i

I tripu ffrersbynthelewtlatIstrwtMeo.r wk lt 'ht ueha fie n n bm concerned thtasa- The ationalla tChintes
S est row The orders -Baumer usand 10 oth. on't the whole, the treaty "hol ans det TodO a of do ad of force idibombe

te and ewr..Canal S torv the o the-b in cred au e ot I o dontho e whOle, hnedt ge t nahold oent e rotlrnto a co th WArHiTlTON, Jan. 2 (UP) ta voting a ep ib er conflagra- pitio northo"fr Tah
thouh all m a r athe now because of the possibiiy ov think he woutwd want me to come. frth eapromise to ponm.h iolt tha cpd there yes- p. m ltf all the recent r

to h r n for r r duri;' trp H a com- would ecly affct employes he o rw sti tense to ) introduced a bill todayIFowrdl to mmntForce is not the solution of klangyan Island.
special three-cent stp enter- hostilities breaking out tin thF "Wittlf h Jeysent (United Na- However he dec t ned to comment day is t, N argus reduce from to 60 the r is delicate and d lt r- The 1-to ene
ed any- tie Friday, 100th mosa wStraitsp, N the relatives were t s 7Geoeral) Dad on the possible effect it will hav eder tha wFl ~nti oueresrIove e seetan to t e be ade
anniversary, wll ber I- in Red China at-such a time, they p there, t hey. on his members, because he rel t s beat R seVlcurity, ray at byen the peaceful proc- destsroyer e ras he
a5 ae at bo r Uml htbe trapped there. e~l N g r aS to ga relea o he tat e r e t ir a security rm a has b vern and I a to aop nue of ear b

day afon, r ento the ro l nd te clu to press clash t repo te. "This bill," he said, "reasti- the S. administration have also ing lh0o-pound raie
special raSdlway mall service can- e State Deparment h a d to i gtinvita.oint with Panama's Presi etrei ent sd his oa alle diculy tt to reduce the risk .of a We Caft available toh fleeiis
eiMlaton l o f ted e placed BALBOA TIbS b oIserigtat rae us eto- hs vett ere," Ricatdo nAs sometie th the rebel my.d in an inere. hae eteo the ftinu" he And sa
cocalatio ua er gyt b etr clerk I THUSDAY, JANUA2 the treay is bie ew esmerle the yguere P- ing and remntangeu e on all con ed he m- barely eight

ada instant be as- i IV W ed t the RP government, ado wl na the border and it recognizes that a bar to "Preadent Esenhower in his ea, with 500 bmbe
beaelats tom t an Annual meeting held to r 2:0 (es. Baumer and 10 oth .ela- Wieam Sinclair, spokesman t ranformed C Ricfo o o that he is not Cso

The Panama Railroad cfnton- the Currndu omotniay ub- A m o"^
mbranchy b a Cana of the citured armn wlor e GEOCCIO pointed out nation of brothers nto a "cun WAS OTOg a wr
st off it eot but a dick eaga a. be In Jacksonville this weekend that there.weretwo points which try Of r hates..Roosevelt (D- n.

in mlirea IB 18gea iTl 11hdto gUnon hast
the two pper coers br the more year.. WASHINGTON, Jan 26 (UP)- ers of the resolution that it will tratoa American unity la a .
centennl dates in wtte. A It wAs as duringly tripsonee members of the deter Communist Chnaf from fur- nes T houe or wsti in thentroduced a bill today to -Forceis.eSolutionOf
total of oe million of the ntmps group of hve said they miewhof voted J against bPrnes- will be the taxation on heiry, Nicaraguantr reduce fom 65to 60 theretre delcae and dffcultrob- The 00-to enemy
ehave n ma er e wh oy theyn provide salaries and the loss of comnit- w dthe north Wheey stock in tryf ThArmed Serv- wAsettlementcabet
lbeat aaed In L a "single platform from where sary pr vileges. However, he felt ot R oops ba tttp l security. Itd at by the peaceful p rroc- destroyer d
ththe pe dfa.th miles can-expres their gr- they would benefit from the lttee outh in search on t he illso
a soure for members to obta d- negotTimothy P. Sheehan (R fiht them, we o ow our etr resolution to a
all edrhrratpo de for efforts begin made by civil service retirement for which elmh ht still betheir so secure government are
a f U.S. and -U.N. officials on b ll eoyes will now be eligible, oo ar remarriage. co ced that the obe

Mwde At C sthoo s os e eluoo emper- rainst e resolun because i The lon,' reqes by oeflm
of teirloved teea serve the." by the clause to pr Erepornhow"This bill," he said, "real sti.sthe U. administration han e also a pep o

to. u l sIn n b cers ad iCMembers ol s to eeLd ormos a- and face te wor as it really ne iid hsot a tts the difficulty that to reduce the risk -of,,anythur
Inte e t m teca endr arkr Ms t .mtHVRSDAY, JANUARYnt 2 e ho turaw the line ol de are-der U.S the to uner Pie drces- de t d

.^i^^ ^^i He h^ ecR explained his ernment d, the t arny w eraat bar
--0 In m9essage........
t and De m h Inefiw thatto rehe s not C teonp,,a way
cancellatins. -_ Ahe~ld i~no6:14- k .... 12t:06 m- y tCoWE oan Pace Col. 1) he cPn.-,odr grohotw h Cth lna ,
in, 0cislo n 's architectural -D l .

fro aw c- urse dgree Wno Opposed -
In = u-. The Fedrl C nion hs0
Thanew stamp is pu pe and been o e fre Joust a little . ;
the two u crnSl bear the more WASINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP)-- e of- te resoletlothat it will strtoi o American unity in a
cened. te in white. A It ws rob by a fbe y t memrs the deter Communist Chia fom fur- new har4 cold war criis in the
Totaleof one mll don of the stmps group of.M ind crerd p onsaIsme w o. vted against Presi- lter a Bc rdrie said: Far EHot. --. .
lm bown bouht and the are who realized of an or Hdent w e- W tahowe9's ih t-if-ne^ es- "I don't t ay stoc In tr The 1wbos ArdS
.being..ied in Umeets of Y with ganitton to e rge savings sary re lution explained why to- .lg toscar#e people l. I dou't be- ie e a ad~e Re~loU comn-
e pduminge mV each and sat the earned im provide ar. 2*i .he. we1ef're going to mnU. o ~mtueo hearig on the
inHa, a o.urce for mj en to obtain _m P. Seehan R- fiht them, we should how our extraordl r relution $0d y,
CThe nw Wi .- ndeto ust tlr jt ne I (K-Ky.) and eth. Wo are pst theabluffing was pes .to aad I taos
beeai0st t0 0h i f~-s r en (D-N.C.) eact ala." ment Lrr tthis week, pbly to
the MetoWSIGof the erent a2 for v n ot mrrow.
tetorsethe ues the nselution yemeP)raosft the resoluo beca tuse It The rfetetic, requuestedy
totalo A stem iio n oft eo theinterest of woven g to ltL
h- aw io o ent lisenhower's A- dIdn't o far "oIunbt "It meemsdk residy-t h ienhoArer ineda pe-
beinhdfl- f7witeces exineo battle ff no to me tat ep tO be ralistic cial neie &I lTives tcon
a orefrc movao Formota a- ad face the wored as (t rRly If, PslouW-Awour etra r to 4or-
hoo andt threWtited CMme" wmmrsstee ra we shoud dw the ts of dweek, Upo.s e ibyf t
otecaeOfinar Bonardag invIasio tl against Communist osR' o b"ortnoe of v a Formors
t eleed at Tthe annu meetinHt- e's hew aos h explained hm s Andaetivey declre that any war- are
tareAtiCr oDbhle movement h the part of her cue t7e urging approval,.
te&methe i tIoareD-ss6 of voted "no"Wtelllteg tlh cause us to retail. Sean t beraD-TeL.
ChineseInva aip n on. i an ainst mya si.' votd aai nst tar sl de o ,Eo ose

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Recently the maitre d' at New
York's famed Toots Shor seated a
group of men at the sports and
theatrical rendevous as he had so
many others so many times be-
fore. The difference is that- this
animated luncheon party wou n d
up in a murder

The group was "making a meet,"
"UNLEASHING" CHIANG which is the asphalt jungle way
cf saying that they were confer-
r. ring over a matter which might
for alter the city's vital statistics, es-
^ Chiang Kal-shek Is in the news again and the Senator for pecially'the death list Sitting with
Blormosa and Republican majority leader Knowland in the Sen- the group was a belligerent tough
te doing his stuff. It was almost a year ago that President ex-convict, Walter Smith, who had
Manhwe- announced: been trying to carve himself a
"I am issuing instructions that the Seventh Fleet no longer labor empire.
be employed to shield Communist China."
Of course, there were a great many misguided people who At lunch that day Smith was told
'were under the impression that the Seventh Fleet was protect- to lay off. He was moving in on
ing Chiang Kal-shek from an attack by the Communists from thed mob's waterfront terrtcrymo
the mainland of China. didn't like that. He was molesting
Now according to the Washington Post & Times-Herald, the honest labor leaders in several oth.
Nationalist (Chiang) Chinese navy and air force have been or- er fields who were on the verge
dezed to cease attacks on Chinese mainland targets as a result of creating a public furor. The mob
of U.S.pressuredidn't like that either; it did not
That will probably save Communist China. However at a want any more publicity than It
recent luncheon at the Overseas Press Club in New York, William already had.
Costello, long time INS Correspondent in the Far East said that Smith did not lay idf. On Wednes.
the invasion of the Chinees mainland by Chiang forces is "not day morning he was laids out-well
even remotely possible." .ventilated by bullets. His corpse
"There is no possibility," he said, "That Chiang could move dteeated a Brooklyr lot which
his troops effectively to the mainland and even less possibility ad not seen such a. cadaver sinfree
'that he would receive any support from the populace on the Murder,oInc., gave it up as a free
mainland."'burial plot.
The foregoing are just a few more jiggers in the Chinese The death of a hood with a ec-
lpuzzle that apparently may split the Republican Party in the ord convictions and time in the
u.S. Senate. en for robbery and assault is col-

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MONEY on security transactions








We wik to remind you that the regular
Assembly of Stockholders will be held in
y ain Ofice of the Company, Eloy Al-
faa4l.(t -, l Uana City, on Monday Jan-
S-M-3r t, 1955 at 7 P.M.
_VVI AWesordance with the By-Laws of our
e jitav di meeting cannot be held .n-.
leM onmehalf plus one of the total number
of tockholders are present- or represated
N n md at least one-half of the capi-
r elemwed.
d awho are unable to a end
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orful stuff for us who love who-
dunits. But,it is basically not Im-
portant, except to the nead man.
What is important is that this
character hau a union cnarter-
I from the independent International
Longsboremen'i Assn: which has
been -promising us a clean up and
Ian anti-crime "czar."
What is important Is. to make
certain tnat tne pattern of dead
Walter Smith is not repeated.
His carter number was Local
205 of the controversial ILA, which
operates al along tne east coast
and effects the entire nation's com-
merce. 'nis enarter enabled Smitn
to claim the use of the nation's
iabor reiatios laws-.and thus take
over 'many shops.
kie'nau l10 ILcal union headquar-
ters. He just collected dues-among
otner tnings. Au because he hau
tnls chartiU e. Tnat made, him a la-
bor feaaer in the eyes 6f' the law,
which ignored the tact that he Was
a uiug tisguised as a union offi-

He used this charter- to move in
on a silver plant in Port Jervis
in upstate iNew York, hear the
Vennuylvania-New Jersey-bcrder.
Ih rom uuss itop ne pianneu to.move
into the other two states. The plant
Smaue silverware"' or teJ in
tea sets. 4t--,bd -as. muah to do
Swi h te waterfront as the broom
and beaware plants and.milk wa-
gcn drivers Waiter Smitn also tried
to "unionize."
So the eastern region- and na-
tional AFL offices asked its own
international jewelry Workers Un-
ion, led biHyman Pow1Ul, tonight
mitstu. l'uweu tried.. .su t drcor
wen. The AHL lost by four vptes,
Mr. Powell reports.
'Then Smith moved in on union.
ized bars on btaten islanu. lie
Merely threw a tough picket line
arounu bars and restaurailts wbicn
had for a long time been under
contract wit a uie ArLs Hotel and
Restaurant Employes and Barten-
aers international uicn. 'his Ar L
unit is led nationally by a decent
and' ciean trade unionist, Ed Mil-
i( ts local leaders, Bert Ross and

SAM'S A KISSI' MAN-Rep. Samn Ray4l i 1w. speaker qf the House, is 73 years old, but he sWtl
does all right with the ladies. AboVe, left to-,igt, the Texas Democrat kisses Mrs. & :e Monroneq, :
wife of the Oklahoma senator; Baroness SUwl'erzuys, wife of the Belgian ambassador to the U. S,
and Mrs. Robert B. Anderson, wife of the asistant defense secretary. The bussing business took
place at Rayburn's birthday party in-Washington, D. C. J
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LAUNCHED INTO HISTORY The Ticonderoga. 48-year-old sidewheeler, sits high on land, ,
ringed by a wall of earth piled around it by bulldozers. .The famous Lake Champlain passenger-
ship will be floated onto the railroad carriage at left, after the enclosure is flooded. Then the '
relic will start a 000-toot journey to the Shelburne, Vt., museum to become a permanent exhibit.



HOUSTON Texas Texas love This stirring example of love in sands of the desert grow cold. ib
is a little larger than any\ other Texas iha not. yet fully been re- you love meenough to hold' up
kind cf love, as I 'am prepared solved, but the forces of humanity a liquor store with baby In
to hrove from a happening which are on the side of lcve, and it is arms if you had a baby in arms,
occurred while they were taking believed that soon Mama, Papa, in order to get enough money to
the odd strings and sponges out and the bambino will'all be loose, retrieve me from the pea farm?"
of whatever they have bee doing and that restitution will be made Mrs. Little looked coldly at the
to me out here. to the grog n hop, and that Mama's husband of many happy years.
The thing happened like this: new gat will be impounded. But it "No," she said.
the husband that is. was sweat- is such a pretty love story, almost This has curdled Mr. Little con-
ing out some accumulated traffic like 0. Henry's "Gift of the Magi," siderable, because he and the be-
fines in the local workhouse, and in which .a girl cut off her hair to gum are bucking for their silver
the gal, complete with babe in sell it in order to buy a watch anniversary, and it Is a dreadful
arms, pined'for her man. She has chain for her husband's prized thing to learn that a woman you've
a little money, about 50 bucks, ti*er, and he sold the watch to fed and watered fcr 5 years won't
but it dMdidt seem-*-be enough tq buy combs for the hair she cut knock over a filling station for
pay heiRfue'l r off in order to buy the chain for you, with or without baby.
sd sh n 4h watch he hocked. A, ,..... *avs Jn.4dea of trying out the
went and ou L ". ..e. e.1' my crown of thorns,
pistol gun, furt J iplet.ig oer Mr. Carl Victor Little, a prac. bbt if 4Ws..Ittle won't, I'm pret.
skinny hoard. Then she icked up timing humanitarian who writes ty certain the cld warrior won't
the baby 16 months dc- and columns for the Houston Press, either. And somehow It spoils my
went over to. a liquor store and reckoned in print that this was day.
stuck it up. She took what money about the best piece of true love The least a loyal wife can do
she thought she needed.-to bail he had stumbled over in a lcng when a husband gets in trouble
Pop free, and wentV'stralght off time, Mr. Little, being an active is to stick up something, like-a
ta the police staticio. reporter; went into the kitchen to bank, hut I am afraid the pnly
She was in process .of paying her brace the begum, as he calls the thing Mrs. Little. or Mrs. Ruark
lord and master .0 1 hock when wife of his bosom, on the depth of would do with an illegal gun is
the cops came and tagged herr her affection, shoot a husband with it.
at the police station. The b-iby Mr. Little said: "I'd like to put This, even in Texas, is carrying
cooed when they laid the legal iyou to the supreme test. You've love a little too far, and in, the
arm on Mama. tcld me you will love me until the wrong direction.

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Hrewas .out c aSf a R ho ica I
a result, Torbie MacDonald was r onventi r.
seated on the Interstate Commerce ver Olds showed that the GE
Committee by a 15-to-nothing vote. s allowed too much for profit
But Congressman Herlong didn't axes. High interest on the
bother to read his colleagues the investment alsoran up the
postscript on Torbie's letter. Writ- s, whereas the actual fuel
ten hastily in ink at the bottom operating costs for an atomic
were the words that inspired Her- r plant were startlingly low.
long's oratory. They ran: Looking ing GE's figures, and com-
forward to spring training." g the costs on a public-power
prm, Olds showed th atthe govern-
AIR FORCE SLOWDOWN nt could now build an atomic
ppwer plant that would generate
In the secret councils of the Joint electricity easily for 4.2 to 4.4 mills
Chiefs ef Staff there is a great per kilowatt hour--wbich,.is- less
deal of grim head-shaking about than half the'cost of generating
the weakest link in our national electricity from coat at Bosto.
defense-the shortage of young pi NOTE' Meanwhlle, Britain is es-
lots both for the Air Force and itstimated to be a full year ahead of
super duper "mass retaliation" the United States in developing
wing, the Strategic Air Command. atomic power. Russia is als
In fact, some cf our top military kowto be rushing to the first
-. . . A .i t o b u i l d i e e f ula a o m t 0h e ars

Jack Townsend, and its attorney,
iarold uxeburg, teegrapheaal WASHINGTON -(NEA)- While teaches him to be a good citizen. Actually, President Eisenhower's strategists are getting rqpnu ant -f
protest to the International Long- President Eisenhower's two mes- If the Swiss recruit shows capa- new manpodernplan envisages for the view that the National seuri ts-
blioremen's president, W 1 f I i a m sages to Congress on military man- city fos specialized promotion, he next year, *ider the- best estim- ty may best be served by giving
Branley. The wire was turned over power do not say it in so many is given this further training? to ates available active Army, Navy the American public the hard and
to bmia. here was a conference words, what is proposed is an ap- become an under-officer o ffi- and Air Forces of 2,800,000. This is blunt facts, to wit:
between Smith and the A'L men. preach to the Swiss system *w de- cer. Scdiers and officers alike a cut from the Korean war of

AL metl t W military forces a smaller, elite pro- man keeps his uniform and arms system, standby reserves, 2,000,000. five to ten times as many young
was helpless. Smith continued to fessional corps. And it would build at home. In recent periods of c.i.. The total, 7,80,000. pilots .i training.,. 'as t he .S.A.
pic net unionizebars. nat was his up th e reserves, including the Na-s is, he ha even een issued am- rea dent Eisenhower's pan hcourse, is due chiefly to
legal ght. H hurt business. He ional Guard. to a new importance munition to keep at home. Every would differ from the Swiss system the fact that Russia drafts pilots
lieatenel violence. How do ycu for instant mobilization. man knows exactly where to go in in a number of respects. ter. But th
fight s thing? The AFL men It should be remembered that case of mobilization and what his The basic training period would are other reasons, too. One s the
hed to wo tho us s tategy the Swiis system has kept that duties will be. fbe 26 weeks I instead of 17 weeks. number of accident casualties' in
while its neigh.o r "k it in thir 28-year series. e far lower on the s a erage than in dont
s oue te wu m e remh a n torsr They are other'benefits. 'a tialist
Then Smith, feeling real cocky and Czechoslovakia egota severe given allowances for loss of their Americans could volunteer forussia,,ethisis hrdlya talking s

eewas moving in. And he did. Furthermorij in'today2? world of three-week refresher training. from 1s% to 19, if not enough men SIDE GLANCES By
So he continued to swashbuckle instant sunrise attacks, in unde. Switzerland maintains only a volunteered. Under the Swiss sys- _-- -
up and down the coast, He told cleared war, some system of con- small standing army and air force, tem, all are drafted. ----- -
all protesting unionists, including stant readiness for immediate mo- ts numbers are secret. Their duty
other lorgshremen and teamsters bilization at all points is the only is border guard, but in peacetime The U. S. basic training of half
to lgongrme n tSh arbor. Only defense posture that makes sense. they double as customs and immi. a year would be fellow b ay an-
t-to go jump m~ the har orl. This position the s Swiss have long gration .patrol. other nine and one half years in
he din't m ith Is dead. No one held. Under this system, however, the reserves. The Swiss get 28 *
Today Smith ish dead. No Under the Swisas system. every Switzerland, with only four and a years in the reserves.
passed sentence. Probably, no one ablebodied male tf sound mind, half million people, has a con- By comparison with the Swiss
ever No New York gangland on reaching age 20,. must go to stnt redy re serve of 360,000 standards, President Eisenhower's
murder has bW.en solved in20 years. recruit school for 17 weeks. He men. It is one cf the best armies proposals ftor anew military man. m
murdertainly it wasn't the honest trade gets paid $2 a day for this period, in Europe. power policy are see to be rela-
ainl it wbuasnt the honest the gets no fri114s ml t The United States with 165 mIt Utvely mild. They are not universal
.unionists.T e o the course is extremely tough lion people would have armed fore- military training by any means. (
Who has. private eyocutioners? Men who go through. adescriuea it es of 10,800,000 trained men avail- They do not intrcduce militaristic
Who w as powvae an -rs dhioned simply as "hell." But it add a able, if the Swiss ratio were fo ingoism to America, as critics of
gaDo we nowhiach anlbiody- e couple of inchhe to the chest meas- lowed. This was approximately the new plan may cim.Advocates
Wan t p ro w hich.wiledn e ablo o they t 5 h w t a furheer m ore W ar II. de nt s'peiChe U. basn bea inin g t oo o fat
streets of the big cities. recent of every recruit. increase average U. S. strength in World of UMTn ay criticize the Presi.
Whatwillbedone about the tes his weight and furthermore 'War ,11. dent's cpoaid.es as beng too soft. an-
Icose issuance of charters which
give such thugs as dWalter Smith: ge 8
the chance to pose as labor men?
Ce invitwant hehnettrdeIges ad 2 ay orthspeioinEuoe.pwe plcym ekt rIa

County Attorney
Sets Up 'Lettry'
For Liquor Roids

26 (UP)-A cS attorney di-,
closed todayeMs set np a 1 h
"raid lottery" to ensure Impar- A
til enforcement of the state's P- A LC-LASSIIkEMLJJ
Bach day, said PottswattamleI
OBt Aty. Matt Walsh, the
I of U Jl 2 Q etab- "
wre put into a con-
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faced Syd Heo who O
Congress for the new ses icn. "We
Democrats are going t have a
rough time this y tar t' Florida
congressman co ed0 a 001-
"I don't seo 'tha," wo sthe re.
joiner. "We've got mAJcrft es in
both Houses; and Ike. ,il have to.
bargain with us to Wet Is program
"No, no," insisted Herloag. "YonU
don't understand at alL Im t
about the annual Demcerat.Repub4
lican baseball game. I don't ser
how we can winthis year."
Past president of the 'Florida.
State Baseball League ia3.a.rabid
fan, Congressman Herlong has
been managing t e Democratic di-
amond contingent for years.
Later, the talk turned to col-
leagues defeated for re election,
Herlong was silent as the names
were reeled off. Finally he said:
"I don't know how we'll do without
Don Wheeter,'
"Wheeler od RW.ga I" somebody
exclaimed. "Why hbewa .no better
than 'a Republican, vctl against
his own party practleall all thp
"I know," conceded Syd "but
he was a sweet ptteher. We owe
him last year's victory and"there's
no one td replace him," he sighed.
Herlong cheered up a bit, how-
ever, when he learned that a for-
mer hcpeful in the New York Yan-
kee farm system had baen elected
from Massachustt: He s Torbie
MacDonald, a Harvard All-Ameri-
can and onetime slugger for the
Newark Bears.
Syd immediately sent for Mac-
Donald, to look him over. He was
elated to learn that -Torble could
pitch and had many playing year$
ahead of him. But is spirits were,
dampened when be found out Mac-
Donaldwwas from a tepublieah dis-
trict and faced an uphill fight for
re-election. ,-
Syd pricked up his ears when
MacDonald said: "I think I could
do most fcr my district on the In-
terstate and Foreign Commerce
Committee. As a freshman, though,
I know I haven't muh dChance of
getting on."
It just happens that Herlong Is a
member of the Ways and Means
Committee which assigns members
to committees. "Sendjme a letter
about it," he said as vy parted.
Many freshman congressmen
were shunted to ay comfitte
that happened to have openings.
But when MacDonald's name eCalf
up in the Ways and Mean. CoT-
mittee HerIong read To.m$'u.
ter. HlIe folowed with' _.Alsbort

paP t with young Americ s'l

ba career hai a
With t er rents, it is elir to

ebagn 5u
eed for hig
because of tir
te NIc dem t %
ap atomic pow*f hWl- t
aetical today. ta bct 1i3o
plants have be e hat
could caue een tevl

ThAis hs ee d ated sts.

cha :tu gbawd'on

toW, has I:a.g a
vately that atom0 aoe
now feasible.
Chief bottlenecks in the way of
this tremendous atomic develop.
ment. however, are certain big cor.
portions which have- at inside
track with the Atomic Energy
Commission. These corporations
are holding up construction of
atomic power plants until they
have squeezed all osible ofit
out cf their ot f*t
electric nr .
For example, taahdi '
.empanies are, ,
eazortzathqi on
At t1e end r
atonie"powr ca b beek
any longer. ..^ a
Strategy of tShAg c0rpratuons
is to claim that amic power, as
developed by the governagnt, is
too costly. Once the private com-
panies are ready. to take ow-
ever, they plan- to bI tn
power points cheaply ,_elwhlle
they are suppressing t fct that
atomic plants are economically
practtealnow. '
In tact, ex-chairman OldA iires
that atomic plants cMuld 'IrIdE
electricity in many -areas fw half
the present cost He bases tiI con.
clusion on statistics issued by Gen-
eral Electric's Atomic Prodlets.J.-
vision, which is one of thenoyef.-
ment's biggest atomic. tl&trs.


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REPORTS-ON PRISON MUTINY Reporters surround Rev.
,Edward T. Hartigan, Catholic Chaplain of Mssachusetts' State .
Prisbn In.Boston, as he read a statement regarding his talk
.witi four convicts who held five guards and six Inmates as,

PRISON REVOLT MNDS Two of the fow convicts that holed themselves up In the solitary
confinement cellblock of Mssachusetts State Prison In Boston are shown (light- pants) as
they came out of their barricade and went peacefully with prison guards. Authorities at right
watch the prisoners as guard on wall keeps his rifle ready.

Young Evangelist
To Be SDA Guest\
Speaker Saturday.
A young Panamanian evangel-
1st, who was graduated recently
from the theological seminaryof
West Indian College, Jamaica,
B.W.I., will be guest speaker
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock
at the Central Seventh-Day -Ad-
ventist Church, Cabo Verde.
Milton R. Corbin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Corbin of Rio
Abajo, returned to the Isthmus
Sunday, following completion of
his ministerial training at the
close of last year's school term.

Spray Cut'

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NEW YORK -(UP)- Household
dirt has another enemy-a liquid
spray which helps to keep rugs
dlean. The product, developed by
a carpet manufacturer, is sup-
posed to form a protective film
which resists soil. The spray,
which provides a protective coat-
ing for six months, is non-toxic,
non-flammable and odorless. (Del-
lay, Artloom Carpet Co.).




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(NEA Telephoto)
SBEFORE SURRENDER --. Guards at Massachusetts State Prison
I in Boston-check newsmen's credentials as they enter the gates
i of the prison. Four convicts,,Who held four guards and six in-
mates as'hostages for four tyIs, released the hostages and
surr hdered.

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SON HELD- Mrs. Charles Mc-
Neil, mother of Charles W. Mc-
Neil, Jr., one of the inmates
who were held hostage, bows
her head after visiting the
warden's office.

Just because a lot Of 6Mople
disregard a rule of etiquette
doesn't make such behavior ac-
ceptable. It's still good manners
to arrive when your hostess asks
you to, rather than at your own
convenience. -
And it Is still rude to show up
late for a sOcial engagement,
even if half the other guests are
late, too.
- Richard Tracy and Barbara
Skilton got speedy medical treat-
Sent allowing a traffic accident
- their automobiles collided in
front of a physician's home.






STORYBOOK SCENE-Dutch boys and girls skate on a frozen canal near Volendam, resemblny
a scene from the pages of "'ans Brinker." The girls are wearing fringed shawls called "kapersm
over their colorfully striped dresses.

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ICE-COLD TREAT-And it's no the wterpel. dj ed on bin cold-utor addition t
an Ice house at Independenoe, K 'TE real trefbr a farmers, is the mnow. Tof of 1hd :
stuff, which have fallen during recent storms, are expected to provide mu id mature to
S- *'*_ lands @parched by last summer's drought .
i u i

SORRY. YOU CAN'T BUY IT-The Futura, a streamlined experimental car, d.eslgne by uneoib-
Mercury, has just been unveiled in Chicago, Ill. Model Mario Blasko stands beside the car which
incorporates the latest developments in automotive demln. The automobile will bIM used a
laboratory on wheels and will undergo road testin.g.

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Distribuidora Elietrica, S. A.
Tel.: 3-4518 No. 72 Perui Ave. Box 3212

According to previous notice, hereby reminds, all
holders of tickets 'for the GRAND CHRISTMAS
RAFFLE that inasmuch as the winning ticket had
not been given out at the time of the original raffle,
the said raffle shall be carried on again on Sunday,
January 30th, 1955, and that in the event that the
prize should not be won, the raffle shall be carried
on, the last Sunday of every month until won. KWe
shall continue to giyve out tickets to our customers at
the rate of one for every TEN DOLLARS purchased.
Ali tickets given out previously or in the future are
valid in every raffle.


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-A FEW FAST FACTS: Clandette
alert will make her second TV
rance in March, opposite b .
Niven in CBS-TV's produc- O '
T:i of "The Guardsmen" on the
4st of Broadwav se:rie ..e. DAV.
'J Wayne says he quit Hollywood
when be woke uip one morning" l.
and realized he'd rather play golf as I
* . Harry Sosnik says King Fred- .*
erick of Denmark is a fine ama- 0:
te'tr conductor, and would rather
lead a band than a nation .. Karns.
CBS-TV has commissioned David,
tmoekman to write a half-hour Cbrt osee arns
ep.-t.a for "Danger." Whre'll the, I
get a spooky soprano? And will, People come up to me and ask
she sing an eerie. I when Im' enming back.' s
-- I At this point, a waiter in Danny's
This ia a confidential report to Hideaway came up and asked h i~.
14,000,0Q0 people: l when he's coming back. He may
Rocky's coming back. Relax. or may not have been a shill, but
The Rocky in the picture igsthe timing was perfect. o | b "A e
Icascoe Ktarins, formerly known asII e..,n ,
Rocky Klng, Detective. For five "Gleason and I used to have a. uer. Iel,
solid years, Roscoe rocked over running a g," Karns says. "It,
DuMecnt Then, as a Christmas.I started wien he was on DuMont, .Tr k!"
present, the network dropped the too Whenever we' d meet he'u
show. thr~ww up his arms and say, in a .
"It was a blessing in disguise.",, serious voice. 'We are the pWiars Wurlitzer organist was walking duck, we have an improper parrot
says Roscoe. "But what a dis. of DuMont.' Then, after he his pet duck, Chuck, and'the vie- On "The Big Payotf," Betty Anu
guil e! switched to CBS, he'd meet me ous beast took a nip out of a Grove was rehearsing her song,
Karns says the budget for his' and say, 'YOU are the Pillar passing collie. This must be the "Lullaby of Birdland." With a live
sow used to be so tieht at Du. of DuMont.' original ugly duckling parrot in a cage. The bird re-
Moat that they'd have trouble get. Now they're fresh out of pillars. malned quiet while Betty Ann
flag a door for the set. The budget sang, but, as the number ended,
called for three actors, besides Music hath charms to soothe Maybe it has something to do it enirped, "Aw, drop dead."
he show's principals, olus two the savage international situation, with the phases of the moon, but Another parrot was hired for
othas who eould say five lines, That's the hope of the Kansas City birds seem to be acting up. In ad. the show .A nice, refined dumb
approelmately 5 words. No spec. Philharmonic and its conductor, dition to the aforementioned ugly parrot.
tanclar this. Hans Schweiger.
When Reeky King was de-
throned, Roscoe bled himself to The Symphony dedicated a con-
his old pal, Jackie Gleason. cert to the Munieb, Germany,
"Gleason's a man I've known Symphony, and a tape recording
for 20-25 years," Karns says. -We of the concert was sent to 'Munich.
were never intimate friends, o I It was broadcast over the Bevar.
could go to him as cne business- Ian radio. A similar, reverse ac-
fnan to another. I didn't go with tion is planned by the German Great White Fleet
my hat in my hand, asking a favor orchestra, in an exchange of musle
I had something to sell, and be's idesied to promote international New Orleans Service Arrive*
buying." go-will Cristobal
Jackie Gleason Enter rises. in b
short, will star Roscoe Karns, in a Schweiger and his musicians
new detective drama soon. The have exchanged musical message B.S. "LOVLAND" .................................. a 21
format isn't set. The network isn't like this before with Strabourg, .S. "MORAZAN" ............................... Jan. 29
net. The technlque--live or film- France, and Osaka, Japan. 4Iaybe 8.S. "AGGERSBORG" ............................ .Feb. 4
isn't set. The cast isn't set. But it music can bridge the International S.S. "BYFJORD" ................................Feb. 5
Is definite that Gleason's organ- Isituation, at that. .S. "YAQUE"....................................Feb. 12
ization will produce a Roscoe S.S. 'MORAZAN".................................Feb. 19
Karns detective show. Anything can happen in New S.S. "AVENIR" ..................................Feb. 19
"We have a ready.made audl- York. There Is a dog complaining B.S. "MABELLA" ................................ Feb. 21
one," Earns says. "There are that he was bitten by a duck on *Handing Refrigerated Chilled and General Carge
24,000,000 people waiting for me Lexington Avenue. where most
to come back. Sounds phony, but ducks are friendly-like. New York Service Arrives
we always had a good audience. It happened that Ken Griffin, Cristobal


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*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ................................Feb. 5
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w-ai(fastd is.. idnl eceeo Tdlla n. a e t islunderol swa elowI ud.' AelIthey. ad
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between the.3.p.mMeVLt. n bustounswithLD. s as ad nl sPRESENTmPROigAaprteciv
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S .e or A o J.A. Koa A, wcwaired t noon. e 'owier -- excellent condition -- Low
Mthe not-so-idle rich. un- Hinely. L--
.B v and somewhat Wilma Miles Club mileage.
b at'its best uproarious- Woman's Club ets February Meetinl
lyfuny .... C M The Wilma Miles Navy Wives Only. ..*... O.U
`6 66reor is us-- y 06h lto M. 2pp Mrs. Wi Qlpb has set Feob, 21 as the date Y
' career is usually hou ereto wtere. hstesmes to the It n m etin'g.n Cominurl Call Colon 800
-, f. the or4nary p. abo -Wom's Club Cad Group Hall,. 1tb Naval District. T Y l klkll T II C A
.aa?-e ra; -two Bt Albert Sebweitzer Garrett has been
h5 arbey prmOinent in at Members and guests present a&!-, chairman oft a beend
kh4 'thu.t. -- saiue, theology and. eluded Mesdame Mary C. Lo, ea u e group, a Mrs.
Wt phil.aophy, organ S. P. conrad, C. Wight Co will axndle pub-'
t WrlU thrown in for lumbia Relmana, Patsy Ryan, Uclt y.. b
re. To&e 9-JI Ruth Jenkans, Cornelis Stephensl
Iod ish w niis v a Horn, Mary Rup3B r e ti m
a th R ,hMaude Ugeek of, a .l.0"
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which lies upo the The meat pies tng will be held
I an- an T,.rdaeR Feba 3 at.W.st.

/wooa a i sa. desire to pen te a a the Parsh all .erof RpSt. LtAkio a
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Sw i Swh Ut = who deseatopen order aoet to inconvenience oel
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vie oftherMCseo".jrnthe Pari o shHallof St euumS we will open our doom
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FOR SALE:-Brand new refriger-
ator, 7 cubic feet, 25-cycle, for
$239.50. Apply or Inversiones
Generole, S.A.. Ave. Jose Fran-
cisco deo I Osso No. 38.
FOR SALE--Crib with mattress,
beusinet. high chair, teterbabe
tolor tot, and small 60-cycle
awsing machine. 2-5327.
FOg SALE: Mahogany table, 6
chairs; mahogany bedroom set;
Beautyrest mattress; Bavarian
china set; 2 iron beds; stroller;
other household goods. 2476-C
Coj, 2nd Stree, Bruje Road.
Phone Novy 3-069
FOR SALE: Double beds with
Sp r in g s $26; wardrobes $29;
right table $6 50; bureau $15;
'*ickhr sets $29; dining room
549; living room $85; GAS
ST(OV 5S (guaranteed) $69;
rocking chairs $6.50. Also mat-
*itf!s5& irlngs. pillows. *ASY
Stcdtliaornl Av. No. 41.
Phe1tS-.49l 1.
FqR ALE...-8-piece Rattan And
* y Mh *gtt $225; .3-.
" '.r..ogany d living room set
ST0 ;.Iiitching bar, lamp, and
chaik, -5 .;, uwrvtd glass chino.
closer $ ; 'large -mirror $20. ,
twin baby aorrglle $25. 794-6
Tovernilla Street. Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Apex wringer type
)ashihg rrmchir. 25-cycle, S25.
533-8 Chagres Street, Ancon.
FOR SALE,- -Deepfreeze. vene.
tian blinds, grinder work bench.
mahogany beds with Beautvrest
mattreqes An8 other furniture.
oij 4utl. pid. Phone Kelly. Cris-

FQO SAL : : uth bed .$WF,
Slm-m on bx spring $15. Balboa

WANTED:-r-Mald. Live in. Army
couple# no children, desire 'hoise-
lyp Ar. O m 'i'unbdering and
dktig. ; 7..a r : 6.o

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FOR .SALI-Limlnld5t ty 9
cubic t FirLestone, li4y ut i
ref{gerators. For quick wi. r-
M Ji price. On dispyj.p IRE-

FOR SALE: Small.JI & lrt eat
usm. sound-filmoproj. c, Teard-
ly uied. ConditioA like.inq, t-lil-

2-4777 .
TOR, SALE:-Baby ll bJ'd t t
trm' $20; high chai1 $10. Hdzs
No; 4., 4th of July Ave. Z-5075.
FOR $ALE -8t~rgain.' Used Ms-
so~ld 1" ahd 2" 4" lumber,
Wv iouW lengths, Phone PF Thomp-
*1t. pallboo 1065.

FOR SALE:-Doberm4ninscher
=pee, Phone Panama 2-3458
bfr,7 p.m. 3-0870- during
evening. Prqch: $50.

SPARIFICE: -. l"imnediate ate
cLeies naturall ro nh mOk"
cfl4iecket, cost $1800. W1ll sil
fa -$700 Fingertip lenh k eqs-
u- urng -,.3 inches with- ,- full
skins. Phont Cocell 878--09 be-
fqre p.m. Eve Storey. ,-


G Automobile
Row No. 29, Panama, we have
for immediate delivery German
Fords in ll types a n d models.
Phone 2-4721 Panamao.
ATTENTION auto owners:-We
hive for immediate shipment
-1955 Models Ford Victoria
Coupe. Mainline Fordors. Cus-
tomline Fordors, 8-passenger Sta-
tion Wagons with Fordomotic.
Agencies Cosmos, Phone 1625
Colon, Melendez Ave: and 16th
Street-Your Friendly Ford Deal-
FOR SALE: Highway 8-ton
trader, brand new. Apply at In-
versiones Generales, S.A., Ave.
Jose Francisco de la Osso No. 38.
FOR SALE; 1947 Studebaker
Regal Deluxe 4-door Sedan, In
very good condition. Motor and
brakes recently overhauled. Tel.
3-0382. Ask for Mr. Madura.
FO SALEl -= 1"52 Studebaker
4-dr. Sedan. Redie, wack Pupint.
Platic Seat Cevers.F.. $1.100.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldemobile
2-dr. Sodln. eRdio, l.ck Tire.
ilack Peint, Pletic Ser Coven.
Fr.. $70. SMOOT & PAREDIS.

FOR SALE:-1951 OIdsmoebe-
I8 4-dear Seden. New Two-te.n
Blug Peiat, New rim. Reade,
PleItic Set Covenr, Hydramatic.
F.I. $1,260. SMOOT &f PARE-

FOR SALI-1952 Vaeuhall 4-
'&er Seode. Reai.. Blcek ePint,
White Sidewll TIres. F.1. $850.
FOR SALE --.1950 Plymouth De-
luxe 2-dr. Sedan. Beautifully re-
Sfinished In "Lombswool Cream."
Newtubber. Step into new car
'value instead of castoff .trouble,
$750. Pbdni Gatun 5-579.
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Pickup.
i. ton.. 5 months use,' 4000
miles only. as new. Apply Cl.
Istmei' de. PlOmeria. S.A. Phone
6 .SALts.'-.954 Cvhe qi.2--,,
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YOUNG WOMAN, interested in
children, seeks employment with
family leaving for States. Write
G.R.F Box 3088, Ancon, C.Z.
WANTED:-Dog, black and ten
female Dachshund. Phone Balboa

Real. .Estate
FOR SALE: --- Famrt6 hectares
plain. 15I mte from capital with
two-floor ralet, fruits well, rinv-
er Post Box 17,'Ancon.

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ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386,

FOR RENT: Small tirnished
'apartment in beautiful residential
section 43rd. Street # 13, Bella

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met wit. h:c. "
the expected, ..
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FOR ~ENT :..- Furnlt.*I 4 -
met4 2 bed -r

rient with small kitchen&bath

row. In Expoition Grounds. See
^ FOR SALE:--1954 Buick, brand room, In Exposition Grounds. See
A"tERN-" FO L eFOR" ,SALE;.-._ Outboard motor, Fabrega Irsonally t Est 29h-
nst new. Pablo Arohemena Avenue 25-hp. John n, purchased new St breet asonelly it, rrMercast 29t
Sner .-dvancedc. enontl's .St dio, -as in August 1954, $325. Coil Pan- Vesco," 10 to 12 noon end 3 to
Phone 2-1282. FOR SALEi 1938 Oldsmobile, ama -4383. 6 p.m.
g a- ood-condition. Come drive it, r
| .U) a5i. the Pnidelt ot $85. Phone 24-1408 Balb0. PERSONALS F REK T .-nFumshat-
'd.UllL)aibhS WePrded PE __Mst L- __. FOR SALE: mernts, I bedreqm, kitchen, bath.
saidcty. y, ;'* FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile a * nd two roona Bella Vista. Tel-
saiLd 'President ow h i Tudor Sedan. New Sandpiper Ton The following e rons shouldco- on--- Vt. -
S ntiedt a e aa.not t. llg tnj FiPiish. Excellent Rubber: .pw tact "ila. de Lefevre,"A~A nue
Stwo yry W*. Wbe-ihe said Seat Covers. Now quoted at law No. 7-37. to discuss a business
former Pr ldent a hid ui- as $600 full price Colpon Mo- matter of great importance to FORRENT:-1-bedroom apart-
ed the Wavy to 'W" the Chi -tors Inc.. Tels. 2-1033, 2-1035, t: aiby, Georgq Bur- mnt on Ave. Perufact
116 Comn1list.s foa Nstiana- 2-1036. nett. James Davis .frene Green, ark, No. 57 Availabl Feb. L
ta Charles Davis, Lucene (horles, Phone 3-0746, 3-3099., ..-r.
.rer,... Aj it dM wlew, FOR SALE:--1949 Buick Super Eneida Lewis. Millicqt Woson, FOR RENt:-. 2bedRrram d"t
e4. tJ. al l can Fordor Sedlh. Shiny Black Pqint. Mata Bethune de Lince. Justo t, complete edm -
;e7sX per a1 at- Standard Transmis~ion. Clean'In AcuA Moreno. mentcompletelyurnished. Apr
to*gesscalrer..: lrd i'j t uoterirr' Now reduced to $525 full ply 43rd Street No. 21;
of, wS'r, ta ^ -pric.jColoon T oois, Inc., Tiq.
Z ofhis =FORRENT:.- Furnied apart-
.. at.. ( :WM.,.2-.033,.2-1035, 2mor)0 Sricement.sLiving room, dining roea,
,*p S" E- PRe2 bedrooms. gas stove. refrigerm-
&)r-. f = rVat s. t4Fw-P'i SLw. .fodTir tor, independent. 43rd Street No.
S' Niw Sl t Covre. Complete re- T 64, Belle Vista.
t co'ditd mch ,. F FORRENT: Cmpl ely r-
ors. r2, ,,vro0
$atderae AN f.o -* ap'a'theT el. a0 Mr. aoartment, private home. 48th-
depbaeX a \by]cw$e FOR SALE:.--I195t .luic ,- Street No 3., Belj- Vista $75
SFOR SALE: -.19571 uickq tn-
Gdri MOP I vertible Coue..LihJ Blue Finish. Memorial Services for Mrs. monthly, $70 ,pg terms, Refrt- ;
3 ( t Iit' PI gbt Blueeatr ea. Kely, w'ho di d ester- gera tor, gas stove.
Stria New lack Top d id NewW/S/W otll. wU.beed Thurs- -
Tires.Radio. and Autoroia c dy afteftflon 1 44.30 at the St.
," ". i.E. a Transmson. Come in ,and make Luke's Cattegaret l ctbeon. Rev. FOR RENT
oR. f the our Colp Motors, Inc.- MalcIl Ut. MNcDonald will con-
re Et Ptore~iA J-A C5a ,.. ,l2t1. 2 ..033, 2-1035, . ley036-. J thatetk .. Room.
said the pro O1l W.0 t, braa 1<* ed that

d ooierb- Mr. a 2n
in. of ri., edSerm.F ,I L.-- 150 FoFor- A y UierI thand FOR RENT -Beutifulyarge furnish.
d.at 'y t r. 510. M. Kela v b1y rand private Sentrance. 52dStri
*IalbnnMorts .1 t s 'ughtera, Mrs. flhfl Robinson No 3. Phone 3-0638. ..

is dD.a. )rad-- rk. MPariyn-T i, k. uMarUop trog o at No. 45, 4th July Am.e

Rep. E R G g^ .S(R-la,) idM id "on ,Ash Ix
eed t he io ves dM d Betiul 2-t Canada. All conveniences upstai
aps v.ery ne dn-ftiA- cPn RIAn,. FulI price .-- .,--
Sth)%IMrew-a l. MU S1036 -I

corn -eq eedoA l FR TIres-qu Hard OnYWOM0 s Panama
OV e ats woMn co- p'a a noioa to
S- T io i or-L ,Mna AUm.a Line` ^ -
*_Rep. K. R. sGr ( t-Ia.)usaldl d6rS an.e amOne nda o the Psix.hun- ,
the fr the reeolutt ,proves drd miles Betie ful 2.tone Blue d- n l
the med fathep ialaa -Fjnisht o I lthe aconpoaving ac -
d o uO t 5 ,. .Flt astraL1 F-.pricd$20 lColpn ;z52".Ca fI mase
-"thpt "t cue" oar tic 2-1083. 2- .uuuin0
as dfendUi!Jliot. ofr-103%2-136. TASPESM i. r T; T
FOR SAStt-91J>I P6nt* Hard lFrnrnii, n.oae tired
isA ff CSi ftate q or-I top Catalito. fEght-CylnIse eIadmiral, bepvqdthe the us- Only 40 hse are bopt
qanb1 o a.I up i.TlAsons ._ T tons- t I its dt e M t c .anager. ed to sail for New York ;ater-
3ewnefe.te.Statbs bu eSna b. b 'ena- -; !-- afternoon aboard the Ctis-
-.my'fret >n ,W Coe-u 'a*I "zics I 6. .. ... L Pa to Jt e an e. l- "

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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF France Sends New

To Algeria A6O SRIDON
PARIS, Jan. 26 (U?) The
French cabinet, sent a new GOV- By OSWALD JACOMY
oernor General to Algeria today, Write for NA Service
a leading member of the party
that demands firmer cation in.
France's North African troubles.
At an all-night ses B on Prb- ,
nmler Pierre Mendes France's N
ministers approved GaUtilliat De- Q 4
puty Jacques Soustelle to sue- V 1042
ceed Rofger Leonard in the Alge- p ld A 5
rian trouble-spot. BAK84
It was the last meeting Of EAST (D)
Mendes-France's old cabinet. Re-62AQ
shuffled government now taken o y 74
over. #98432 *AJ6
In an eight-and-s-half-hour Q10952 J2
session which ended at 0130 GMTUTH
the cabinet also earmarked at6 71
sizeable hunk of public funds to ICAKJOSS
aid victims of the current flood
disasters. 663
It allocated the l terior i'- North-South vulP
JACK W3Es sad Bn lander (center)Ias S osatry 50,000,000 franc (142,7)rt
Officer Frank Smith watch intently as the men from the crime plusaanother J t e 0ihtIsta nrt h
lab mse the latest in mine detectors to locate a 8ii$1 murder pls4,285) in another 54,0000fa pag
,w \ fn to fo new,t *e *DRAGNET, im ($154,285o In d a.t.ctio of -as ass
S feature-et budget credits for id peninglead-
WarnerColor, opening tomorrow at the LUX Theatre. Opena_
Brownell flays th o
aThe approach of the Metropoli.
IHO L5 Fd tera J be held in New York this week. "IRON LUNG" COURAGE-With souvenirs and get-well card
endremind.s me of an amusi hanging from his iron lung, Tracy Hamilton. 6, smles cheerfully
ONf FederCl JO LEON OF 37 YEARS of servl.to thU.S. o an'o s ye o talks to his family by tel
'MVIS TV* RADIO slon, U. S. Army Caribbean, receives a well-filled leather pocket so marked with a particular card progress at respirator centers operated by the March of pim
Evos Jot ASHINGTON, Jan. M2 (UP) book, a gift from his fellow employes from Jerome Schoch, chief that he might just as well have
Ay Etrmaui^ atl- Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell of the Operationf s Branch. At right is Col. W. R. Seymour, taken it out of hishand and put it
Jr. told Congresstoday that in-Quartermater ARCARIB, who later presented him with a face up on the table .
adequate salaries for iehav csmmendation letter signed by Maj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, The bidding was quite normal,
HOLLYWOOD (-NEA)- Holly- was drydocked -when the whole aue c stated that Vo term's trustworthy and dependable performance East won with the king of -spades
od and G VINE: Insiders sequence was nipped from the of duty had assisted materially in the overall successful accom- and prompt tly ledthe s ix of he s. .
are smiling about use of the.wordfilm.IIM!
*horaa .in the official statc- Too' far, below s, o level evep Testifying before a Senate plishment of the Quartermaster mission. (U. S. Army Photo). South won and returned the seven dIa&BOM
et after Bob itchum was for Howard subcommittee, Brown- of diamonds, putting up dummy's
tfrom "Blood Alley." The umwsoron- wd s ell said Congress should increase king, and East won with the ace
frm "Blood. A llea Th e hun- tthe sr es o ra i. East cashedin the acei
for what was almost an un- sport car: and boost its own pay as well.
ed chapter in "Gkeatest Fights "I don't get *into iL.I out Rton." In filling some 60 vacancies in hearts.
Sthe Century." u ,Ithe federal courts, Brownell d, Ncw, you might think that South
the federal to to agonizever
Bta r eais. oly-haB s T sOXOFFICE st~enddm istration has be ern ould have rou t a the ovrHO I T O r E TE
-af stn-e sti o f r. One f io n I n l .ms the second ound of the tNum py SIN G A T, V o l
'o I ts e o wh r l aot suit. Should he finesse or pho uld

l r goeqes for "Th Rose 2'at- theater rounds this spring. Sue- who now got a- Etott 'o $15,000 mse uENTS"
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tale from Las Vegas is a double- has nice gains, lWt Roesana Po- have some reason to ope that his A p
arreled eyebrow 1i0er. One mils ts au nt se o a O eans parnter could overruff the dummy CRISTOBAL 6:15 :10
on-dollars in 100 $10,001f bills is That's a novelty, mister, for an on a third round of spade. a Thered spaed@.A.eM
on display r in a ae glass-covered Italian movie cute. NEW ORLEANS, Jan 28 (6 P) A 10 iCHECK for his suggestion to utilize index separators foraf aeE hasdly ad atwismadel tms"r Joi Ns
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Frances.Bergen, a elt is0duct a-conference. here Oct. 25 amount of operating funds yearly was presented tq Owaldo K.n nHoRSdAYt
'The Flam Hotel's A Schilodrde r to discuss methods of meeting W.Filipei Publication and Distribution Center, Albrook Air Force (If West happens to hold t jack
t tu t w o d bement minded. Likes tga new a-t.the' owing number of bank Base recently. Presentation of the award as made by Capt. of hearts,it doesn'tmatterwhat LA BOCA 6:15 7:40 "YELLOW 1ALLOON'

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Th mas finally broke into Halvsa, 3b 3 0 0 2 ed four ppy rounds a Victo y Under Austin
;+s f.Mer fourconappesee, -- l ,M i I L '
in colan at the expense McGriff, as 20000 Colon Arena and proved to the
'he Ocelots after a wild and Bateman, c 3 0 050 50(many fans on hand rothato he is
'tctic sixth inning In which the Crook, rf 3 0 0 0 0 NEW YORK, Jan. 26 (UP) many fa on hand that he 1 -- o--
Pumas combined three free pas- Nuftez, lb 3 2 2 6 0 The latest college basketball rat- hIn ltD S shape for S unday's PANAMA PRaO LA U n
as, five base knocks and four Engelke, If 1 2 0 0 1 ings by the United Press board *- sche ulea ten-round rgfea m. STANDINGS
Ocelot errors to score eight run Thompson, 2b 3 1 1 2 1 of coaches put Kentucky on top wI ., h Isthmarwelterwelght TAJ,- Won Lot Pet. GB
and overcome a three run de- Tubbs, cf 2 0 1 1 1 for the fifth straight week. .9, --uS-n d champion Tito Despal gne b. Y .. 19 10 .
flait to sew up the contest. DuBois, p 2 0 1 2 2 Adolph Rupp's Wildcats PACIFIC i-a GUe Iset .k out five of heSundan't e wheehwil be J *Sm-* ** oke*** *. -
Stahl, uas 0 0 0 0 winner in 11 of their first 12 STANDING tEAMS the held at the Areas at a g la Smok es..... ... ... 17 12 .586 2.
1 Jobby Wills showed a return z-Morris 1 0 0 0 0 games kept the number one collected a to- polun.t"o w eh kgrtoshe,. be 0a SR 99 .... .
,his 1954 form, holding the zz-Schocb 1 0 0 0 0 spot as the rest of the top 10 W L Pet. n t- oan thnem go- b ela. Deasn srong *--. .- ... 8 22 ..*7 11,
lots to six bingles. while Jules Sander, p 0 0 0 0 0 moved around. Spur Cola 5 1 .08h3 eIaMe. The West as ever, has Wo
uols held the winners at bay Lincoln Life 4 1 OA 4 6 hlts but cou- tre formahis. aide LAST NIGH 'S RESUILS (2) At Panm
Sar five innings. He tired in the Totals 24 5 5 18 7 Breaking n nto the select circle Police 4 1 .800t p A th I 6 errors and3 -tuneps. te To st .. m, : mee 1S o dar 1
ith and had to be relieved by a-Morris batted for Sander in for the first time are George Elks e 1 4 .200 psaWiB bahHo to re thelr 12 Brown, after arriving at To.- FInt Game: SmokeW 11, Sodams 1.
SBoders. 6th. Washington and Northwestern. Symour AB. 1 4 .200 run, lO ot them eared. Bate- umenairport at 5:45 a.m. fol- Second Gamep Smoker 5 hdfam t
za-Schoch batted for Stahl in They moved up at the expense ibraltar. hf e 17 5 J7 manwas i gt. tcher. owingAM wa ill-n ht p t trip Se
i -"Today, at Fastlich Park, the 6th. of Missouri and Minnesota, both .Paret took credit osa during which he claimed he TONIGHT'S GAMIC -l At 3 e
Macaws will be out to try to beaten last week. Missouri drop- Spur Cola 19 Gibraltar Life 3 to cr o e could not sleep, went straight to t Ho
.arner their second win of the Score By Innings ped to 11th and Minnesota to a In a one-aided contest Spur the Carlton Hotel to catch up Yankees (Douglas 4-3) Vs. Smohr (Robitms, 3-4)
eson at the expense of the Pa- Pumas 000 118-10'tie for 14th place. Cola trounced Gibraltar Life .o on his rest. He told promoter En-
4nas. J. Durfee will most likely Ocelots 020 210- 51 Runner-up spot on the top ten 19-3. The win for the soft drink l riue Martin, Herbert Molse, J, HAImISN JR le t
tch for the Macaws and T list was North Carolina State lads put them back in first Joe Martn and Colon Boxing Ar ara a
r fee will do nthe catching. Errors: Pumas 1 ICorri ani But the 35 coaches who make up place of the Pacific Little League Commission member Jeff Joseph, Th ith wablk t mE.s ert a
er w most likely start Ocelot 5 (Halvosa Mc Griff, the United Press rating board and the loss pushed the insur- who met him at the airport, that e. V. Yankees tangle with o
terwillmost lnikelyrtagranc s IBRALes deedntthe wdo uldo w the Smokers in anh Important i el eTthsin,,, em ,o.
Snodgrass do the receiving Stahl, Thompson, Batemanl. gave the second-rated Wolfpack nce salesmen deeper into the e didn't think he would work contest at ount Hope tonight
the Palomas. Runs batted in: Hele, Corrigan 83 less points than Kentucky. cellar. out yesterday. sat 7:20 Mount Hope tonight T lnel ,
2. Reynolds. Webb, Lovelady 2, San Francisco moved up one Manager Joe Cicero of the Gi B To theirr surprise, however, Yankee man r A a i turned out, the weraee.
The box score: T. unnngham, Torres 2 Tubbs notch to third. Utah gained three braltar team ran out of pitch- Brown showed up at the Arena a a need
2, DuBols, Thompson, Halvosa. places to the number four spot era in his efforts to stop the bar- in time to go through two rounds use Carhey Douga his ed, but they tinued their r-
PUMAS Stolen bases: Webb. Reynolds.I and UCLA went from 10th to rage of hits, runs and walks oft each with promising amateur tartng tcpr and the' new entlsa attack g up an-
Bateman, Nuiez 2. Tubbs, En seventh, the bats of Spur C1la outfit. On. Herbert Douglas (Young Finne- Smoker ot, FP Auhtn, has other in t ut In the
aPlayers ab r h a a gelke. Sacrifices: Corrigan. Left' ly in one inning did the Spur an's kid brother) and LeslieselectedHumbe Robinsoh to th and r l ixth.
Lovelady, 2b 5 1 3 1 0 on bases: Pumas 11. Ocelots 6 LaSalle and Illinois rated Cola team fall to score. R Thompson. gotovtche mound. e d a only tally of
Corrigan, as 3 1 2 2 3 Bols 6, Sander 2. Strike-outs by: second and third last week Those who fattened their bat- Douglas made Joltin's Joe work itory for the Smokers the e in, came In e bottom
Reynolds, lb 3 2 0 6 0 Bases on balls off: Wills 5, Du- tumbled to the number six and ting averages wers Johnny Wat- up a good sweat as he stood would put them only one game of the when iterald un-
Wills, p 3 1 1 0 0 Wills 4 DuBois 1; Sander 2. Hits nine slots because of losses last son with thee safeties, and the and slugged it out with the clas- d the Yankees. Water to- ahead a wild pitch with the
Hele, If 3 0 0 2 0 off: Wills 5 for 5 runs, in 6 in- week. Illinois shares that ninth following players who had two sy U.S. lightweight contender on night'si ame, the teams. meet basea loaded.
Torres, cf 4 1 0 1 0 nings. DuBols 8 for 10 runs, in spot with Northwestern. hits each, Freddy Chase, Curty several occasions. Thompson was earh other five more times be- Tommy Hughes gave up two
bb, 3 2 1 5 1 5 Innings. Sander 2 for 0 runs in Schwarzrock Butch Caldwell and n his "bycicle" during most of fore theseason nds Feb.. les In the first rae of the
Hall. rf 3 1 1 0 1 1 inning. Wild pitches: Wills Bob Dilfer. __ his six-minute stint. Robinson was beaten by the tcap and then dt down
T. Cunningham, b 3 1 2 1 0 Winning pitcher: Wills (1-4). co Solo Edes Roy Watson was on the mound Brown was scheduled to put Yanke s,4 to 0, the d to pemit on o e
losing pitcher: DuBois (0-1). for the Cola lads, and allowed mthe gloveson again against these game of the doubleheader play- double to Arch ie a e la
Totals 30 10 10 18 5 Umpires: Mohl-Diaz. Time: 1:45. only fodr hits, two of which were Dsagne two b hs Cs &afternoon. ed a the stadium Saturday the rth and a te ch
loaylon To Advance credited to Butch Rager the Despagne has been virtuallsy night, b t was the victim of a hitter Gran
umpire kswile aI yn M wa VIIo flashy first sacker for the Lifers. punching holes through the big costly error, by third basemanthe event. Ton h o- wed
Roy added ten more strikeout unching bag during his drills. Clyde Parris, which set the stage ood control la n y four
Service LaUe victims to his record. or speed, he has been step- for four unearned runs.ater
i S png it up against 128-pound Austin became manager of The Smokers went lu front
SI iA I A rCoco Solo moved to within one GIBRALTAR stablemate Rodolfo (Bean Jack the Smokers lst night when stay in th fourth when Parris
I A Lgame of fourth lace Tuesday Players ab r h e I ) Francis at the' Panama Stanford Graham tendered his singled, ste second and c me
SI I r afternoon on the home diamond Snyder, rf-p 3 1 1 0 Gym every afternoon. relnatlon In a surprise moe home on Bobby Paeotts sisle
Switch a 3-2 win over Fort Clay- Marquard. 3b 3 1 0 0 i Francis is again the choice to before the game. to left.
ton in the l one Panama Area Brandon, ss-p 3 1 0 0 er a h.. halt Sammy Medina's comeback Grahamn said that the team In the sixth back-to- back
hArmed Forces League encounter Rager, lb 3 0 2 0 plans in the eight-round semi- had been having poor luck un- double. to left with twoout,
The triumph was the fourth Adams, 2b3 0 1 final. Medina dropped a unani- der his direction this season and Precott and Pablo Bernard,
for the Braves against nine set- steiner, cf 3 0 1 0 mous decision to Francis before after the squad's good showing duced another tally and the
fTor ;e brak while slaaton wst dropn Hutchinson, c 2 0 0 0 scoring. two straight impressive in David on Sunday, when they tor picked up three mr the
.ON BY leClyts eht ve drc Wilson, If 2 0 0 1 victories over Black Bill and beat the Yankees, 5 to 4, In 14 seventh, on singles by N
ip its eighth against five vic- Lambano, 2b 1 0 0 Leslie Thompson. Innings, he decided that maybe and Austin, E Oor's dne
ies Jackson, p 2 0 0 0 TEAM Erica Batchelor and Sam Bruce gets a chance to a change In field leadershipagainst the rht cente
Husky John Sponseller scat- Orr, p 0 0 0 0 Germap hockey prayer Lorenz avenge a knockout losw to Mar- would do the clqb some good. fence ada 8 amen mise.
trednl es tnI Fries announced their engage. cial Molinar in the main pre- Graham still retains thd e added be
ered ninesinglesto gai~~nS. h Totals 25 3 4 2 ment at Iermany, lminy which will be a 135- front office position of general *la pennant ct e I
first UpA InI d fi efdeisioots.. p' 6PUR COLA where tbeBrrk pounl four-rounder. The open- mana,.3?Ae
A I I and walked the same number. ts, J. 2b-as A 4 4 3 1 A aW a t a S Balazsr at playen ad- the owner l
Ti i Iv n i uled the Braves at theinplatel orhWlb 4 1f i 2 b B a bir ber1 a lsj mphS |
two ofthe seven hits off loser Schwararoc OR, lb 1enbralr 0adnti o .is.from th T t. lers ,ad np w a Pair fn
BobBooth and reliever Francis- Prill, c 5 1 1 0 1.(one dollar and fifty cents) e n as t see
co Rivera. Rathgaben, nb 3 2 0 0 het i in two game& that a u e a
Coco Solo did away with a 1-1 Caldwell, cf 3 2 2 went only ev an di *of d. uw V an P tt
deadlock in the fifth inning by Zelnick, ef I 1 0 0 The d a to and ofdteth ond rel wo r and o foutstand
(Winner 1955 Panama Open) pualn across the deciding pair Keighly, rf 1 incinnati Paraiso Sports edasnore h r t o ettxs
of tallies. After Pat Moylan Dilfer, lb 3 2 2 1 ame also, in order not bto overtax k-B -or .e .oker.
Sounded out to open the fifth. Smith, If 1 1 0 0 he pitchers, who wilf be work-
ponsellor and Dick Sobbowlak Perantie, If 0 1 0 0 --Ing real hard or the rest of the
drew walks. Both advanced on a Whitney, cf 0 0 0 0 hoots o r Teams W L P. esson with the extra double-
wild pitch. IRed Box 3 0 1.000 headers crammed-into the sched-
R nUTotals 30 19 13 5 Kansas City 2 0 1.000oule.. The S.C. s ea sn
Ru ne UJim King, the pitching hero of Senators 0 2 .000 John Fitzgerald was winner if ed lest night last thei SaS
Monday's shutout win over Al- ARMED FORCES 1I 0 ndians 0 2 000 the opener as he permitted just offlee had given
brook AFB. singled to drive in W. Richmond 0 1 .000 three safeties in the Smokers' less to g s
bobbled an Sobkowia k crossed Little League action saw West Tommy Hughes whitewashed
LROBERTO DE V ICENZOLLwith the winning marker. Bank sink the Caribbean Com- TWe VOK Jan 26 (UP)- The Red Box are still unbeat- the Sodaboys on four hits while T monr enn t
King drove in the first Coco wanders 12-4. Albrook Airmen sNEW oots R in Nof 14 en and leading in the boys soft- his mates produced five runs. aer O -er ofth.
Solo run in the third after Moy- beat Curundu 1-0. while the .Cin starts andftr Oklahoma ball Intramural as the result of Loser Vibert Clarke tarted the Yankees exesmed his Iterest
an and Sponsellor singled and Kobbe-Clayton duel was rained and Auburn tr to m- -3 victory over the Indians. first game and was relieved by nl obtainr these e o
Were advanced by Sobowlak's out. iove their conference standings Clifton Bailey had a four mas- Andres Alonso in the fifth. Sochaforhis elb.
Both playing sacrifice unt Over at Russel Field, the Ca- therenig ter for the Red Box. Stanley Arthurs went all the oe maet or
rlibbean Commanders dropped a .^ e Gilberto Moreno's Kansas City wary for the Bodame in the seh- t T m. Coaltet Mo.a
Steady Ayton'Pagan singled In hardfought decision to West slim college s et rogam kept wthn range by defeating on contest.
the second and eighth to score Bank. The big factor In the 121 Cincinnati, flirting with aspw the Senators 7-0. Th e i they o nir o s
both Clayton runs on a one- to 4 decision was errors. In all in the national rankings b u Theophlus Walker and George n the I 0. the ,te
baser by Dick Burnett and sacri- other departments the two teams presently just outside the top Hinds shared hitting honors opener on a ba eam bag t T
fice fly bY Al Rose. were aboUt equal. The game was 20, is heavily favored in a home with 2 for 3 while Lionel Blades'
a nip and tuck contest for 8 in. game against Ball tate. The 2 fr 3 led the losers. -- -r -
Coco Solo plays its fiftit in nin as, with "Lefty" Dick Paret Bearcats, who have beaten such The girls iptramural otball I
as many days today by h08ting of te Caribbeans pitching with outfits as -Bradley, I diana, league continues to hold inter- Yrl aI C Ii RfV q',.sl M#
front-running Specl Troops. a mastery that brought back Western Kentucky, Misal.ippi, est as Veronica Walker's Dallas i l 9r Id .y .Q n
In the other afternoon contest memories of Carl Hubbel. In the and Dayton, have won their last defeated Violet Oaskin's Lake .
last-placer Army Atlantic plays 3rd inning, however, Paret de- four game,.s.. View '7-. -- .- "" .
at Fort Clayton. velop a huge blister on the fore- The Oklahoma Aggies, whn o In the upper half of the 3rd l ( - e (er m
The night, attraction fin ds finger of his pitchTng hand and meetHouston tonight have won inning, wi the baser loaded, (lasMOnd 0^>_. 1
.+ ;^ defending champion-Fort Kob- was a little wild, but despite this or sared the Missouri Valley Veronica hit a home run to put MOKEB ])-
be trying to move into a he managed to come out of the Conference title in 14 of the last her team out in front Lake View Ply ab rh o a Play r h e a
second place tie at Clayton in inning allowing only one run. 19 seasons and this year they're fought back until the 6th when Naragon, c 3 1 0 2 0 Nara on. 4 1 5 0
an important battle with Al- At the start of the 4th inning figured as outside hopes for the Cynthia Atherley and Divida Se- Cobos, c 1 0 0 2 0 Austin, as 4 1 $ 1 1
with Brink Miller tatta over make their league record 2-1 winning run across the plate. E. Ooreo, lb 2 2 0 4 0 Parris, s3b 4 1 1 1 0
WiUll M v the pitching chores. "What hap- and put them in third place be- Next Games ( Boys): Parrs, 3b 4 2 2 0 0 Tu-tellLIf 3 0 1 0 0
__t m ~ Ul .~ openedd atter that, shouldn'ta" h1iD Tulsa and St. Louis, both 26 Richmond-Little Field _,Tumine, 1 3 2 3 0 Roberts, If0 0 0 0 0
.... .. .. I Rlobers according to Manarer. Com. unbeaten in league play. I..ndaans--arenator- uRobertSp nlaf 0 0 0 1 0 Preecott, rf 4 1 1 0
I 4 I -j* R ay mender R. 8. Paret, USN, of the Auburn, now seventh in the 28 Kanss.. City-Indians Brescora, r2 4 2 2 3 0 Bernard, 2b 3 0 0 3 0
aIU U I VIIL0 ,Fifteenth Naval District. "The Southeastern Conference, will Benators-Rchmond Bernard, 2b 4 0 0 3 1 P Osorio. cf 3 0 0 0
boys just developed an acute case have to beat Georgia Tech to Next Ganes (Girls): P. Osorio, c 4 0 2 1 0 Hughes, p g 0 1 0 4
D I UIJ of "fumblitis." In the hitting de- keep from losing that spot to 26 Jersey City-Little Rock Fitzgerald, p 4 0 0 0 2..
IIWe Mil partment, Brink Miller and Lefty the Engineers. Auburn was the 28 Lake View-Jersey City "- 21 1 2I 1 S
PrTh m s sc s Paet were the big guns for the last major-college team to re- 31 Adella Nine-Dallas. 1 1 7
I ost s U cceSSul NEW YORK Jn. Caribbeans, with MUler collect- asin unbeaten, winning its first Players h a
Wond WileMaya-whJ. oP) Ing a home run and a double seventh games, but now has lost on The Fairways ,c DAMEN Moore, cf 0 0 0
sayson es Welgeta a "bi wo n three trips, knocking in one two straight..Georgia Tech has A ng ne F irways Mbore, i 4 0 1 0 ewis, lb 3 0 0 1 Lb 0
an- -- g.. "ba b. oen a f raun. and Paret smashing a long won only one of five starts since Lewis, lb 3 0 0 10 1 Lopez, 3b-s 3 0 1 1
om -Pay~ng l -nwas nadia-a -double l two_, tr_, knocking in its astonishing upset of Ken-. Charles 1 0 0 0 12Thornt a | 0 1 2
SGolf Ball in mhworth s l gt mwo k I tr g e Golflo Goip From The Lopez, Sb 3 0 0 0 Brathwait.. '8 0 i 0
t e w.yrth __ ._n g_- u ... Herble Schmldt al-o locked a Omer leading gamea on to- der Ladies Brathwalte.Ar., rf 2 0 3 Brathwaite. b 0 0

e d adrbej ewl.e b -eul as long screaming liner good for night's schedule Include Okla- .astoSCne, if 3 0 0 0 0 McDonalde 2 0 0 2 1
led and bejeweled belt the two bases for the losers. On the homa City-Arkansas, St. M,- The "'Low Net On Par Three Brathwatie, AL,2b 3 A 1 2 a 3Gadetone 1 0 1 0 0
professional s clete of Athe year field it was Paret again, th chaiel's-Army, St. Francis (Pa.)- Holes tournament last week was McDonald, 3 0 0 4 l Arthurs, p 1 0 0 1 2
Sea Ro a time sharing the honors dwinWallace, eo town won.b y; Clrke,p 1 0 0 1 0 reald 1 0 0 0
diner at Roesr.New Yo HerbleSchadt. Schmdt, play-(D.C.)-Misssippi Soutern, IT FIGHT Alons,p 1 1 0 0 0 ourdeau, 1 0
w orldIn the votig for~trophy Ing second bas. made the mt iMercerAmican U.- ely Judson Net20 HoureMddU, 1 n 0 1 3Keman
by aporwlters edbroadcast-
e' the 2.-year- ..ld S a o ctacular catch of the game in Navy, Siena-St. Francis (N.Y.), Pe e Net 21 Cb 0 0 0
Snished3- elrl a ad oO tt first"l n., moving far to and St. Joseph's 4Pa.)-Drexel SECOND PL[GlT 2 1 3 I -- -
f _in hi s ,thed- w ell a d of t-ltoel d2b1ffn 3 2in1
Grn aha' welUl adeadl 0of his right to pup in a screeching Tech. Ethel Browne Net 17 8 e 4 2 11
Graham, the backlroner labeled extrabases off the Last night's schedule was even PeggyW k Net 11 Score By Innings Kellman grounded out r Eon-
the Cleveland Browns. May's bat of Cabrer Part's fielding slimmer. In the leading game, Some of the ladies forgot to Smokers 300 143 ( -11 II 2 laden rao ;
teammate Johnny Annel around the In t sack was flaw- Texas Tech trounced' Eastern ke anre on putt last week, A Sodamen 010 0- 1 ladtne M onald
ranked third. less. Du his tor on the New Mexico, 88-62. ol ball will be given every Summary. Runs batted in: n th
Wl ShoemTherte, for the least t.. Austin, Tumalnl-l 4,,. P. sorleo. Ore, d i ed for A un in
Willie Shoemaker winning A ingle, Bangle, Bungle" Parris, Prescott. Earned ris: t. .--
tounament will be played this Sodamen 1, Smokers 9. Left on Seore labihegu
Bm [B lt Iother jockey -'finished In fourth ThW1lTy. Thi is a very pomlar bases: Sodamen 8, 8moker 8. Smokers 0. -5 l 0
and enjoyable tournament hreeThree-base hit: Tuminel Two- odamen 000
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warded. Other winn have 1 I ol. One point is given for the base: Austin. Psaed ball: M- Pr. Oor2.
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"The nevr conew bacl.* This ancient and steadfast boesl
aphorisf which has ~ithstood attUak Csince thu e da etor h
L. Suutvan now moeks Ray obMte in his eff te retWa hsi
ring wreer.
After htaYng been out of competition for 30 months, which
he devoted to a venture as a night club entertalfer, Sugar RaX
recently ecouraged the belief that he could the gre
.ain at the age ot 34. He knocked, out Joe w in the sixt
round. a
Robinpon's jubilation was cut short Jan. 19 when Tiger JonesI
a quite undistinguished middleweight, took every ,One of- the 10
rounds of their Chicago engagement .. .
-Now thq onetime 0-pound champln once again tands at
the crossroads, wondering whether it would be worth his while
to go on" with his comeback drive. Ring history Warns, "Don't
be a Sucker.-
SItob ttitihre turned to action with several Important physical
factors in his favor despite. his age. He had not become ftt and
Im|tobile during hk recess, Which started after his defeat by
the heat and Joey Maim on June 25, 1952. hi pudg
8 war's dancing had kept his legs limber and his poundage
1 bw. A'prevlous coeIbak exper enters had found their under.
pinning rnarespoW their timing away off.
But i on ust could not punch with Jones. The old
Robinson refused to come through. The old Sugar Ray noggin
was not sufficient. "They never come back."

Loui Had Warned Robinson
Joe louls was among the many who had warned Robinson
* he was trying the Impossible. Joe. knew, rpm sad experience.
After is 11round knockout of Jersey Joe Walcott here on
t June 25, 1948, LouIs lived in indecision untlla"n March 1, 1949,
a lihe annoimtred his retirement. Like Gene Tunney, the Brown
Bomber was quitting the ring unbeaten.
* f However, LOutls-finances got fouled up and he was persuaded
to return to competition o September 27, 1950, he was outpointed
in 15 rounds by izard: Charles.
Father Time said, "Joe, you haven't got It any more." But
1ouls had to be convinced. Rocky Marclano provided the con-
vincer. He belted the old king' out of the ring in eight heats on
October 26 1951. It was not a pretty picture.
t quite so poignant as the Louis experience was that of
the ope and only Jack Dempsey, who after having been beaten
fI for a second time by Gene Tunney in, the Battle of the Long
r Count in Chicago in 1927, left the ring with the intention of
remaining out.
But even the astute Dempsey could not withstand the' come-
s back'lure. On August 19, 1931, he knocked out one Jack Beasley
I in two rounds at Reno, and decided he still had a lot of the old
drive and power.
Dempsey disposed of a mess of stumblebums from Toronto
to Vancouver and finally, In 1940, at the age of 45, he hung up
his gloves and called It a career.
At 60, the old Manassa Mauler still bounces around as a
referee; And he can add his testimony to that of others: "They
never come back."

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Jeffriea Learned Sad Lesson
One of the most notable comeback efforts was that- of Jim
Jeffrles, who retired unbeaten 1904. On July 4, 1910, at Reno,
thl Boilelsaker. who hAd yielded to the wiles of Tax .ickArd
w a atjedn r liJy Jack Joh4;A,,h' sjj hell,", he
"M. gr
Rd B Inlstoe( that Jeff's tea had been doped. But Johnson didn't have
to smungt any soporific into Jim's bracer.
SJIm' Corbett, th eleverest heavyweight champion the game
has -seen. was another comeback failure. After Gentleman Jim
had lost the title to Bob thsIlmmons and his solar plexus punch
In 1897, he waited 20 months before beating Tom aharkey on a
fouL Then Jim opened a saloon at 34th Street and Sixth Avenue,
and announced he had quit the ring.
However, Obrbett Inevitably got those comeback Ideas. He
returned to, the ring at Coney Island on the night of May 11,
1900, and with the title in his grasp, after he had outpointed
Jeffries for 22 rounds, Jim found his legs giving out. The Boiler-
maker tugged bhm in the 23rd
Sullivan came out of a two-year retirement In 1892, to be
Knocked out by-Corbeft, who became the champion.
Fort years later,-Benny Leonard knocked out by Jimmy
McLamrln in the sixth, abandoned his revived career. When he
returned, In 1931, he had been out for six years. The physical
strains of his year of added effort may have cut a lot of time
off Benny's life.
SAnhI. o it has gone, through the years, Ray. "They never
come back."

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NEW uxa, -- (x4"A) Iajp
letiAb -.ts uu OK.c" uu aft.' 'I
en Acrtu s coming up ius spring
i iey are:
sbutnpaw Herb Score, joining
the m,uiui.
A d, bpooner, left-hand -pitcher,
reporting to e ooUges.
t iesu' AAIU AU.,_ ,,.lined by
the Unoies riom tae Yanees vu
vUut.,,er Bill Virdon, stepping
uuwieiuer uuo Aennon, page
Oy u.e AutuA.
HAau ot menm-Score, Spooner
anu eauu-ou esaLuaineA, uUI
league records. give Aea toe"
bso0ie gives the Indians another
fireuLCA. rowuermig ihe DalU
.of Auuianapwuis, t:e oig *-ycAi-
LUA .ii Ale l _.A, ii ". uwfl5.-, AI
-Or ie course and t eu some anc
4 iiew A ,iet:iCail.,i SStu a ui
mark. &anx ureenoerg ana some
1)10k pniAiCl At W i"%L Ma U taut
American league in striKeouts,
alueku J- Bou UAey. sie uaggeu
aZ waile losing a win an earneu-
.&in aveiagetto .b64, Muv,4Wt Iw m ui
AaA circuit.
&A i.ui..e evidence that every
ball ae throws ooes something,
uut 2oz, a new Texas league rec.
Uau, Lapse uie dt;,. Laii ue was
ouL a mnonui wits a xnee injury
-6, nequMU an LpC eIM uu. itmu.
er, 6 iee ana 1db punus, men
iiufatu ~ uandlL anu rX-'ares in
s onlmy two uAg league outings
xoc new .L. recuzi 1)5ures.
xiuanuet uai,.tu .&uA ii" Mon-
treal Wa.ue lmanuitAdeuriAig *4
uoubles, tree triples anu five
.ouua *uns. .AA CfumiAce U AnAMk
wea enluuai u Me i uuaLl vmiiner
IAeague. Ai.A, s al utus wMuowy,
cat-use, six-ioot, 23-year-ol h-a-
vwuai opeiski u. to uo to mUj.e
eee Wee kleese move over, wmcn
We veit'ran capainu s ptnerecu,
willing to do.
rei"anue. gives the Dodgers an
even greater surplus of inuelders
SO 1uiAL. uuAuA I; A rLU:rCA. iM-
portant deal or two.
aitere aie loxy iuragers w h o
contend mat Smith-six teet, 185
aou ntu auu b-is ee fines re-
|eivjy angfAwlowe b hye
less. Anu wu- anhaij ,UaL.Y pept
pPll the ball, he toppers American
Associartu oanuers wtn .jioo.
Smith Is one of tne principal
reasons way faul iticharos iet
Turley, Don Larsen and Bill
Hunter go to the Yankees in tne
18-player transaction. tUus Irian-
uos, another catener ootameu by
the Orioles in that barter, hit 18
nome runs lor ansas oiLy waiie
batting .296, but will play first
base ior jbaiuimuie.
Virdon, 23, an accomplished
cei-;r ueluer, put on glasses to
bet 22 home runs and show the
way to International League bat-
ters with .334.
Lennon, 26 and also' highly
competent in center field, im-
proved so much in batting in a
year that he established a new
Southern Association record for
home runs with 64 while showing
the way to the wheel's hitters
with .346.
Where's that guy who said
stir ut ball players no longer
were being developed?


lROUifi RECRITS^t^ree-nhIo. F up 'r *f' iastylish-hrtstop joining the Dodgers. Karl Spooner, upper center.
Ied the American AiLgelaUo t e Interl egilLesgwe and SouWther n AS oin baulrGame: 2pecfl rlAt)

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Right Equipment Makes It Easier

oceS nd o 12 articles written for

League Party Saturday dinners were Bud Balcer's 620 NEA Service ... ... .
I and Bob Waggoner's 233: For the By TONY SPARANDO
The 20th week of- the Pacific gals, Kay Filebark's 534 and A By TONY SPARANDO
Cosmopolitan Mixed League was Margie Harvey 187 high game. ABC Singtes Champion
rolled last Wednesday at the! The team standings: IF YOU' E t tt
Dl61o Alleys with, little change Teams Won Lost real value'out ofbowlin ge anype
In the league standing. We are Termites 38 22 sonshould have his or pher own
all looking forward to the league Woodchucks 331/a 26'/2 ball. It's also important to have
party thi4 weekend at the Atlas Bearcats 33 27 your own shoes
Garen. Hot Rods 31/2 28/2 your own
On the alleys this week, the Buckeyes 30 30 The ball should be one which
men will be getting their sights Lucky Five 27 33 suits you in its! weight, grip and
set for the City Tournament Panthers 25 35 general "feel."
which Is coming up Feb. 5 thru Hellcats 23 37 g r "f"
the llth. and the scores will A fellow who just walks into an
surely be higher. alley, picks up one ball tais time
The results of last weeks 5Arit and then another ball thW next
scores: Sp r0s time, will find, because of weight
Alleys 1 & 2 found the Hellcats differences, he's throwing a differ-
taking a 2-point victory from By UNITED PRESS ent way every time.
the Buckeyes. High for the Hell- All you can ask of a ball is
cats was Ronnie Welch's 557 and Ed Lubanski of Detroit has that it is comfortable, not too
Mary Marrow's 362. High for the tightened his grip on first place loose on your fingers and not so
Buckeyes were Dave and Barbara in the all star bowling cham- tight that it sticks. The major
Gaumer. Dave, as a sub for pionshipsr at Chicago. Lubanski thing is that it is the same ball'
wed6 Nelson{ came th rough hs a total of ll-thqusand apd al the time. It isn't heavier on4
J a 01 and Barbara with a one after 52 gatmesi Bob Nrckteof ohe roll than the last-as Is the.
.. .. Tbledo It second and Pete Carter ease if you just -pick out any balt
On alleys 3 &'4 the Bearcata of Detroit is third.
knocked off the first place Ter- I use a two-fingered grip, which
mites with a two point victory. Two members of the New- is something few people do. Why?
High for the Bearcats were Dick burgh, New York, skating club Well, it isn't any deep trade trick
Thels, who came through with a have won the Middle Atlantic of mine. It's just that when I
nice 614 series, followed by Mar- speed championships. Jay Has- started bowling that's the only
yie Hick's 444. For the Termites brouck won four races and Joan kind ofball anybody used..
Bill C o f f ey s 594 and Reg Russell took three in the wom-
Schmidt's 469 were tops. en's division of the champion- It's a grip which is tough on
Alleys 5 & 6 found the Hot ships at Newburgh, New York, the middle finger and most peo-
Rods running Into lots of trou- Promoter Sam Becker says he ple, sooner or later, go over to
ble from the alleys and the Pan- has called off the February 15th the three-finger, grip. I find the
others, who knocked them off for bout in Cincinnati between mid- two-fingers more accurate, but
two points. Iligh for the Panthers dleweights Peter Mueller and Al much harder. *
were Bob Boyer and Estelle Wilson. Becker says the post-
Frankel. Bob had 514 and Es- ponement has nothing to do with
tell 443. For the Hot Rods, Rob Mueller dropping a decision to
san Doris Huddlmeton were high Carmen Bsailio at Syracuse, New
with 475 and 362. resnectively. York, on Friday.
Royer is the only one wbo broke
the 500 mark on those allvs. A thoroughbred named "Poona
On Alleys 7 A, R the Wood- The Second" remains a strong
-hucks knorped off a v oj"ts frn". (2-1) favorite to win the Santa
the Tuckv Five. P Fh for tbhe Anita Handicap despite losing in
Woodebi^Irxrs 'w-or pd pv ,l war's the San Marcos Handicap Satur-
42n anda K* Fihriork's *. e.v dqy. "Determine" winner of the
had a very nice 20 eeme. For ths 154 Kentucky Derby, remains
T,nckv (unlucky) Five. "nb n-d second choice (at 3-1) for the
Trig Woa.rner were high with Santa Anita Handicap.
603 and 431 rps"eetivalv.
Winners nf th frh o f tal" The Charleston Senators of the
dinners -re T Td WA le,.r' ,oo American Association have sign-
o,4d 'Pb warro er' .w nr the ed Danny .Murtaugh to a one-
iral. sKPV i h-ir' 34 pnr Mar- year contract as manager. Mur-
glo H'rvev 71 h7.h ,e-^ taugh, who managed New Or-
Winners of the free Italian leans the last three seasons, re-
places Joe Becker.

By DRasas CoacLLh ENn Ith ENirW VS The rules committee has sev-
Written for NEA Service eral suggestions about speeding
QUESTION: A player dribbles up games.
dow urt jumps to ass. A de WGA NEWS The committee suggests strict-
fender jumpswith him, gets his WGA er observance of the rule which
hands on the ball before it is Peggy .Tohnson took low rns ball within 20 seconds after thet-
passed. The offensive player re- with a 75 to win th PWGA ti within 20 seton. This afrulerarelyt-
turns to the floor with the ball Tournament held last Raturday ting nto ositforceion. The rule says t
still in his possession. Is this at Fort Amp to. Adn n unnin ette n w e r alyt the
trave ptt?-Arthur Wynne. ham broke 90 for the first timebatters awarded a ball If take 2
Answer: It s a held ball and a to win low net withe priza 58.Otable other amifiesd 20 seconds. Thelioeved
jump Is ealld. c oah to match I swp. cfr Don ieddle s n the eihth cinn
Q. Can a player who does not an Coeland : Ann Little ttee suggests third b ase urn-

-.-tan o e band 2.einn l ttl er: re htehani e r wirh stheop
have possessin deliberately go Ethel Pernsnte '71s: Maro ret anl- watches to check pd ithest
out of bounds In order to help iet to ent71er Patam W n this t: was v,,, winner when the
up a play?-Bob Moore. ,,arpe ,ter 72: Mae Askew '72: "B A S E B A L L
A. No. It Is a violation unless Ray Hughes 72: Frne.st ,'_ The relief pitcher who came
he does so to avoid contact with v72: Perny Dpnioll 74: FtlithoTorw itherstogame

an IIn ment o n au'" a took these game In the
tI an opne Matl,'eson 74 and Evelyn Jud- 1954 World Series has signed
Q. CINCINNATI (NEA) opponent, Is son d attrda iht to beat We an-74.
lothereski, obtained facial things Cardi cobasket- What to t t hnr with the New York he mGiants.
ball sleuth should watch for be- the bottle of ns from h Wa shrnston star trahk
sidesof the u eds in the b first, do tedl TNedrep to sv. it wv a record of 10 and four losses but
bafensive s run a t Babe Ruthan. m ratehr early (of f the prize table fot he minutes. Gri e and ive

A.or a home run-down record of per. th t N a wtn. tenth seconds as he beat te
ltaoa each to mad tch i IDon Lddle in the eighth inning
er a Rles aad t others Lot Jonetl nnoi-ear the 1 of the World Series opener a-
opponents to thet"-. Ii.'-l-1,,h Tunament ,.o'-
best advantage. 195% will bei- n n oniu, -"f against Cleveland and issued a
with the Febn,-rv meot-'y" walk to load the bass. The vet-
club reyrekntatives-I-... eran right-hander retired the
Sot a to wt pur next two men to end the nning
iRay Jb i now on their e wt l be t"-an wathe winner when the
id B ToB Jment should eontj 't T ou- Giants took the game In the..
Sa mathes ln "* e-r- ir.m "h "- e o-+ 10th frame.
SaIn" f or F.brulrtrv w-1 bnp bel of
A'" Ft Davis Golf Cl o nAhH WASEINGTON.-Danish run.
19+11.?^ ^ mn* r ^Gunnar Nielsen put
IN I TedI Azw --R h eT ntor-ieuh tnm mrn.pmnt rIdbunt of speedIn the final5t
CINCINNATI (NEA)- Ray Jab- I s -1 a lo-han -Pw'ltcund Sattrday night to beat Wee San-
1 k obtained frm the Cardin. conists %f t~i"e ff tum n f#r In" tee of Kansas in the mile run
Ib. s expected to help Ted Klus- I Pet her'vle "Ipvorq from -e1 at the Washington star track
nwevklot the Reds in the bIf first club. There ix roe,-i t ,'- vmeeat tlelsenhsetga meet record
Waseman's-run at Babe Ruth a ma. *'ot v. ... It'4 "h 101" theIof four minutes, aine and five
Jo" leags home run record of 0., three, ri,,"t Nesaau ,r tenth seconds as he beat the
"Jto mmd4's big right-hand bat A motion w-i p.4e A .%-lankyKans-n by 15 yards.
In 1e Hmp," points out Gab a rn 1 wralorltw vo a 1st Ra-t- ,
Paul, "will preventtmanagers fron:',,rdav timdlcntlm-.etv-P "n""-
throw" too tassay.leftw-pitch- IV lincuom,..as'0A .-re1t"'

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I was kept right on as asssti
r freshman football and acting t
coach. a di
In addition, I had the w ,agI .
ful good fortune to share o:
: Sfice with Bernie Bierman.
was in 1932 and '33, when om I-
.man and his Minnesota football'
teams were riding really high.--
I learned more about lifea
S football from feet-on-the-desk sea
Ssions with Blerman during th o
years than I had ver heard of
That was my big break.
Bierman's advice was: ee
them happy. TeAch them fund
mental. Keep them eligible.
them here."'
But for this experience, I aI
quite sure there would not hav
been eight years at Michigan a
seven more as head coach
Michigan State in my future. h
latter, of course, led to my a
pcintment as athletic, director
Bierman was one of the;W
great .footba minds, coach
-Ylpymia r h .Ir alzers. I
Oginated hbil d teral serls
among many g9.
TOUC Y 's to have Men who have been close
,your own ball, one that has the dents of the game for years afret
"feel" you want. Different balls! that Bernie Blerman contrlbua
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SGEW YORK, Jan. 26 (UP) -7 "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe". -Abr,
r'ownell said today that appre-
hensions of 'wetbackp" on the
Mexican border have alleen from THIRTI TH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JANUASJY 2, 1955 -
3,000 to less than 300 a day un-
der a clean-up campaign begun
last year.
In a speech prepared for de-
ored by immigration and iti-40 Londoners Dem
livery before a conference spo-
zesh groups here, Brownelll
cited *'Operation Wetback" asa
the most graphic illustration of I
natinof the immigration erv-gIt (
He said the slow-down in the

ee A gaist Gn oferemea n R agr
number of Mexican ille ally
creasing the border to work in LONDON, Jan. 26 (UP)-Some blocked reunification and a peace cohesive Eastern European Comn-
this country has saved Califor- 4000 Communist-led demonstra- treaty for the divided country. munist defense force.
nia employers and taxpayers a- tors stormed the House of Com- The formal proclamation was The brief decree, complaining of
lQbe an estimated '$325,000 a mons and battled police two miles in the form of a decrease by the the Anglo-American-rench policy
week. across central London last night Presidium or executive commit- of rearming West Germany and
The repatriated wetbacks, hein a protest against German re- tee of the Supreme Soviet or par- including it in "aggressive mill-
said, have been replaced b Ie- armament. ligament. tary groupings," made t three
gaily contracted Mexican labol In London, the move was itIn- points:
and United States workers who Many suffered minor injuries terpreted as a Russian counter- 1. "The state of war between
once swelled the number of Eleven were arrested. Traffic action against Western European the Soviet Union and Germany
claims for unemployment insur- hailed downtown as 400 inilice, Union defense plans. ceases forthwith and peaceful re-
ance in California and other many on horses, forced the re- It was anticipated in Western latlons are being established be-
southwest states. treating mob past central Lon- capitals that the Soviet'* next tween them.
Brownell said the large scale don's. historic landmarks. move would be an authorize 2. "All judicial restrictions oc-
campaign' against wetbacks has "The grandest day In years," tion for open rearmament of casioned by therWar in respect of
been carried out "humanely" trumpeted the Communist Party's East Germany as a part of a German citizens who were regard
lin with the Immigration SCer- Dail Worker today. "Ten thou- /
lee's new effort to put heart into shA n march for Britain." I
l administration of the immi- At supper time demonstrators f n
g stion laws. pouring In by bus and train gatbh- KU Slan Expert Says Soviets saW orkin
,He cited the new detention ered force outside Wetminister u
*n c as another illustration of Palace where the Commons was

tWh~inew diitainUde poicy alien i.s .e via yeaarthsitting of the-
t n ne mins i ration ued fin shing up its first On 100,000kw. Atomic Power Station
by American consular officers Scotland Yard sent reinforce-
Sust who encounter technical dif- ments including 40 uniformed
ficlties on arrival are not being horsemen after the crowd block-
held at ports. They proceed to ed entrances to Parliament. MOSCOW, Jan. 26 (UP)-D. V. Asked whether the Soviet Union
their destinations and the de- Tempers rose with the chant Skobeltain, Russian represe nt a- actually is making H-bombs, one
tails are Ironed out later. of "No arms for the Nazis" and tive In the United Nations cornm- of the country's foremost atomic
"We are giving both heat "We want our M. P." r. ittee preparing this year's in- authorities said:
and conscience to the adminis- Meanwhile in Washington, Pres- international conference on peace- "They are making them "
ttion of th immigration laws," ident Esenhower, who led t h e ful uses of atomic energy said The United States has staged a
S said, "as American justice re- tremendous Allied force that van- esteday the Soviet Union Is build- minimum of 50 nuclear explosions
uires. quished Germany in found it ng a second atomic power star Great Britain three.
T t the same time he said. "we a "satisfyng .. dear" event to ac- tion with a capacity of nearly 100,- Both this country and Britain
aM strictly enforcing the immi- cept from the people of the Ger- 000 kilowatts. are prepairng to conduct new tests
grtion laws against security man Republic a token of "peace- He said Russian scientists would this year.
.Ts, criminals and other un- ful intent and purposes. present some results of their re- The Russians may be too, but
erlrables who are deportable The event was the presentation search in the atomic field to their this probably will not be known
nore vigorously than ever before of life-sized bronze statue o a foreign colleagues at the forth until any such test explosions are
1Iour history.' kneeling, laboring youth presented coming conference. held, if then.
----- ----- b the people of West Germany Skobelstsin gave an account of The Atomic Energy Commission
Inas a token of gratitude for Amer- atomic energy applications in the does not announce every Soviet
can assistance during the st- Soviet Union to ew York ally est shot of whi 1s country
i n war period. The sculptor was er- Worker correspondent Joe taro- earns through its detection ma
S u mann lethal bin. The test of the account was chinery. This is to keep the Rus.
S The pre entation e by Ambassador released by the Soviet foreign mis- slans guessing about how acu.
SHelnze L. Krekler took place at /try yesterday. rtely we can keep atbs on their
U EAMI BACH, Jan. 26 (UP)- the Smithsonian Institution where Skobeltsin said that since the atomic progress.
Iempsey, o world's the statue will be displayed. summer of 1954 an experimental
avyweight boxing champ ton, Krekler read a letter from Theo. industrial atortilc powar station Official U.S. and Soviet an-
ilbled gently today with th al Republc who said that the U with a useful capacity of 7000 kilo- nouncements have not stated theI
watts has been in operationaspecific number of Russian test
Vta aon of marriage to a Call- ited States was foremost among Another power s station with asots, fbut the score stood at at
divorcee, g5ad frends-the nations who helped mitigate useful capacity ef nearly100,000 least 11 on Oct. 26, 1954, the date I
We're just mighty good The r offering n er sa kilowat prm a n h ad of the lat est U.S. anocmt of

Wbuh oes.ca n say what the ny n y un
uore but who a r a aeidwa t en he d Russia has tested more hydro- Russian testing.

futurnewill bring, Dempsey sa ..President Eisenhower s id the o w an to The l

I, lt te Csap do te ftat e u t acte raa tas o --er. af- b-----t------m
Active Estelle Ailardmle. owner asing of differences" between tfial announcements Indicate and that the test program reported in C
ao e now is actually making H-bombs, the October announcement con-.o

ef's a wonderful gir. th e o e i highly qualified sources in Wash tinued for an Idefinite time after

eamp" said. Aond ee sami e etingtn, said today that date, making the 11-shot m
e has been marred Co anit Partyew ee sources said the Russians nimum obsolete.
nte es before and has two ravda helhave et off considerably more t also learned td hat the mini
Coast night spotters gather. The great forces of the West that than the atom and H-bomb test mum figures from the deliberate-
When newsmen asked the n sw ept over Germany in the most atyffically credited to them in ly vague previous announcements
bo iss Alar dale about recent war," yet toril Prday had the icha Ao rs, s
let the Champ do mar- "ates toaccept the gif a tu re n e U i
talking n ftur ty ending World war is un-
bonpa wonderful gin." the purposes."

p y -A e en ma rried Communted in the history onew p cona Joseph T Oliver, former ma-

id dau rs. temporary international relationsid e traffic controer n the
.A --hasbeenar-,It blamed th West. Balboa Port Captain's office, .
The Pravda went on the anex- at has a teen-aged Germ yesterday n
Sand a young daughter In aneditoriale Pravda soaid l Hthe.0
nds expect themtmar-;, abnormal" lack of a formal trea Ill
the near future. ty ending World War eI "i un-
precedented in the history of con- JonephF T. Oliver, former ma-

iernment othe erman Democra- the Records Bureau and was
i^ H i. ^ fIce Republic and bearing in mind transferred to the Marine Divi- "
tem rary in ests of the population of inen traffic 1929. e retired after 27In the
IEastern, a well as Western Ger- years oa government service in ,
Theman" Pravda went on the December andt 11:5 had p.m. yespected to inI

.|||||B RIIIII I Jforence to ei Germany. re make his future home in Prov-
tWestern observers said the ed rgen, Hospitale aftIsl erand. tw
i terial following d close beh ours'id Hewas a veteran of the farst
i eerday's Soviet stat ree could world ar. avin served two the
either a hint or a threat that years with thearly yeste d states r-
aimingseparate peace is ntemplated f e- noon. He also worked two years
ATIN-Habb Bo fo and when the West ratifies rearm- with the U. Army at Quarryt
a of the principles of sovereignty ed S tates. He was first employ ING P OUND Th
etn ment G a iish German Democra- the Records Bureau and w as

Inpopulation ofion Ien 1929. He retired afterph

aham Lincoln.




ed as citizens of an enemy state
are losing their validity."
3. "The declaration of the end
of the state of war with Germany
does not alter Its international ob-
ligations and does not affect rights
and obligations of the Soviet U-
nion which follow from existing
international agreements of the
four powers pertaining to Ger-
many as a whole."
Western observers here said it-
was not clear what the practical
results of the decree would be,.
The decree itself gave no indica-
tion whether the end of the state
of war would bring more rapid re-
cognition Lf West Germany than
was suggested in a recent Foreign
Ministry declaration that this
would take place only if the Paris
rearmament pacts were rejected
by West Germany.
Observers here noted particu-
larly that the decree specifically
maintained that all obligations of
Germany toward the four occupy-
ing powers would be continued.
t indicated one specific change
in present policy, saying "judicial
restrictions" on Germans would
be dropped. But it did not explain
what was meant by "judicial re-

Haitian President

And Wife To Visit

Ike At While House
-Washington prepared today to
welcome Preldent Paul E. Mag-
loire of Haiti and his wife who
were scheduled to arrive in the
late afternoon for a" three-day
state visit.
The Haitian chief executive
Will be met at the National Air-
port by Vice President and Mrs.
nbr Pull military honors will
be rendered.
The President and his party
will receive the "keys to the
city" from District of Columbia
commissioners and then w I ll
drive to the White House where
they will be welcomed by Pres-
ident and Mrs. Eisenhower.
Mr. and Mrs. Eisenhower will
live a state dinner tonight In
aonor of President and Madame
Magloire. The visitors will re-
nain at the White House for
the night.

long-undiscovered photograph
in Springfield, Ill., by Van A.
was ssg for nearly a cn-
when he was about fifty years
ie worth $10,000.

chats with Col. Everett V. G. Kl
H spital in Berlin, upon being
S, by the ]

Sheppard Family

Detective Sees

Convicted Doctor
CLEVELAND, 0., Jan. 26 (U)
-Dr. Paul L. Kirk's investigation
of the Marilyn Sheppard murder
today switched from the Sheppard
home in Bay Village to Cuyahoga
County jail.
Dr. Kirk, hired by the Sheppard
family for more than $100 a day
plus expenses, had a brief inter-
view with Dr. Samuel H. Shep-
pard, convicted last month of his
wife's bludgeen-slaylng. The West
Coast crimiologist held a private
consultation, and did not disclose
the nature of his questions.
He earlier had said he did not
intend to ask Dr. Sam for his
version of the July 4 murder, but
wanted to get "first-hand im-
pressions" of the prisoner.
Dr. Kirk, a biochemist on the
staff of the University of Califor-
nia, spent the last two days exam-
ining contents of the Sheppard
After his interview with Dr.
Sheppard, the criminologist In-
spected state evidence while as-
sistant prosecutor Thomas Parrl-
no watched.

Dr. Kirk would not disclose the
nature of his findings, and said
he would issue a report only af-
ter he returned to his West Coast
Meanwhile, Dr. Sam's chief at-
torsey, WUUlam J. Corrian, pre-
pared a second appeal of the case.
oe laid he would file a motion
with Appeals Court here, for review
by a higher court, asking Dr. Shop-
pard's release under ball while he
awaited outcome of his request for
a new trial.
The same court last week turn-
ed down the bail plea, but Corri-
gan said such bail was granted
last year in nearby Youngstown,
0., to a woman convicted of sec-
ond-degree murder.

Bing Crosby Makes

'Fine Progress'
After Operation

HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 26 (UP) -
Bing Crosby today was reported
making "fine progress" in recu-
perating from a major operation
performed on him last week for
removal of a kidney stone.
The crooner was moved from
his first floor room to a larger and
more comfortable room on a high-
er flor of St. John's Hospital in
nearby Santa Monica.
A spokesman said Crosby was
handling his numerous business
affairs from his bed, dictating
letters into a recording machine
and reading correspondence.
pale members of his family and
a few close business associates
have been permitted to visit Cros-
by since his surgery last week.
He Is expected to remain in the
hospital for at least another week
and then will recuperate at home
for about a month before resum-
ing his film work.

US Freighter,
Russian Ship
Collide Off Elbe
HAMiURG, Germany, Jan. 26
(UP) An American freighter
colllked with a Russlan ship off
the be River etary lat night,
port offal saod
IM* American freighter, the
AMli eana Kxpoter, was report-
ed d o the collision. The
Sa i -t freighter is owned- by
t ad States Lines.
' N1 formation was available
on the Identity of the Russian

Ftr driving 41thout a
Otto Traunwek,3 24- y-
Pamanlan wam fined A
morning ilA.th* ftibo.
trate's Court.
Cristobalna pnlo.n di
was fined $10 for tjeg
The 37-yearold.Panaman

ian c service U ftr in Ancon
Bolivar Pinson, 53, Panamanig
was fined $3.

w WabryHomrs
.vt. William A. Verdine, Jr. (left) fr ih r ld f l
Ing, commander of the U.S. Army aI uII VuW
rule to American authoritieshJ

Adjstment ta tn e ba
[ ... .. ^ hours of both tlhUZ Sa1 ,
We~eyre Jan. 31, havy been an
61 To Face AWOL ,,, u :
nLounced by the Civil Affairs DI
arge Ater Th-Yer The new hoursat Margar
will be from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m
(a In A if- DA Monday. Tuesday, Thutitday a
Pnesday The new holr at Cris.
RANKFURT..,Germany, Jan. tobal ill be 9 a.m. to 12 noon
26 (UP)-Prikte William A. Ver- and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
dine, released by the Soviets last through Friday aq.9g .m. to 12
week after six years of Soviet noon Haturday. "
captivity, ham been transferred The changes, w. WWill result
from Berlin to face court martial In a nCreur of z.hours each
for absence without leave, it was week at Margarita and a corre
announced today. p don decreae of five hour
per week In Orobal are par
An Army spokesman said Ver. of a long rang- pfai under
dine has been placed n th which the Citob e
Frankfurt guardhouse until the n.tally will be move toMar.
Army decides whether he will be Pris.L ThIE mo a nnot Mr
court martliled. He was flown completed however, until sultabi
from Berlin last night, housing for the library Is avail
He s been listed by the Army able In Margarita
as absent without leave sinee he The library hourt ,W han
disappeared from his unit at ed follow a coNUltao WIan
Coburg in West Germany In Feb- representatives of hU. Cletoba
ruary 1949. Margarita Civic Qh C s and
Verdin ~o o careful study o1 the 11se of U
V erdine, who comes f r o m brary services In oth Cristo
Starks, Louilsana, was released and Margarita by members a
by the Soviets last Thursday aft- the library baff.
er spending six years in Sovilet
prison camps Including the no-
orlousaWorkutRaslave labor area
in Russia's Actic north.

Aomic Air Defense R u hii |

Waps UpdrWay Guardia and '
was the ap elt
$4yA PA p o(id Mite
WASHINGTON, ja. (UDP) for w
*De se imeereti% Ol55 1 .es. w1r
Wiln Id a house commit by C
today that-atomic weapons are str on bureau d
being planned for breaking up the b roM 0,m a. the Adminse
massive air attack against tratiozi
M country. Guardia Co. a low b
Wilson did not give detail, but ro a Pa nt Cor anders ere th
he told the house armed services Brouwer of P sma.
committee that research on the Xn o

u ofn. dwiu, !?tga th the
e apons in the a edvarnishing of several
continental alp defense program dredcndoWs In w A
speed." Involve the re-pisgit-d olean
ingof all venetlagf npros
He Apparently referred to ato- eatly insaelled on A tihe win
le war heads whichwould be dowsa. l .he t
carried by anti-aircraft guided The work Is sche.4un to
missiles and probably would be completed duri-g the present
used at high altitudes in the dry season. '
Artic regions against an ap-"
proaching force of enemy planes.

e also reported that the a- 1
tmc-powered submarine Nau .
na s P erforming beyond ex-
pect nations. He said the succmeof & O, S .
Its nuclear engine has opened q
"an entire new field of propul-dim
Mlon, not only for ships, but even.-p ac toa N"l
tualy for aircraft." ALO (UP)
A f c- Gen. Douglas aAgAthur to-
Atomic-powered planes could day celebrated lls Y5th birh-
cruise at Supersonic speeds In- day with a busy. schedule of
definitely, depending only on three speeches the unveiling
the endurance of the 'crews. of a bronze MacArthur statue.
Wilson defended the adm i rds- The. five-star general arrived
tato' cut n the military in LosAnges fo Nd York
budget and the sie of the armed monumenht with his wife and was
forces foot ta b crowd ofN when

SnS. 5 P nche n fro an airin cover-
adeook IndustryHi w th ppc Atr the base
, 2, ab of the at MaAar frk where he

ives Medal dignia and the words "GenerMrals.
h .hur unells a monuloenrt
Joseph Woodkere eted inh honor.

hT oFaulkne r to hea MacArthir toan help hat-
ThW eri ,jJan..Soo (UP) --a niche In a ucomv wa1 er-
ware American a ookl -a- ed with ce C tBe. At the base
ware o Is Mannu --- .e deI of the statue Is afive-star n-
ens for outsta oem on signia and the words, "General

Kin 1054 toW am, Millro e of the Army Douglas Maced
his no6 l, "abe. Ithur."
YexterdavT1UP. H. R. Gross (3-
Joseph Wood Krutch won for Ia.' asked president weernt'
his non-f"cti MeNO- .to recallMaAe rthur to help han-
e' o-f- t..--"3 .,.--v-[dle the ,enmoa crisis.
ens for his cofeuled poemh He did not sas sg-
gest that .SacArthuur place
BttuoK for6"PoemM: l 2-1854. that the Presidentrecall him "o
The war 4 rt N at duty "and utWe to the fest
_ "byax e n t in ths owinge risiSth
industry figured statedd"

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