The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01466
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01466
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at wii an I8-ponth sentence,
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Alex Michaud

Serve 3 Years

Acting District Attorney Kay
Fisher asked the U. 8. District
Court this morning to revoke the
susupemon of a three-year pen-
itentiary term imposed several
months ago on Alexaner Hom-
eril Michaud, an American.
The 24 -year-old dairy products
salesman was convicted on an
attempted rSpe charge several
months Ago and placed on flvi
years probation, pending good
The case was continued this
morning u r. ti Iinvestigation
could be made as to whether the
biuk dark-haired American,
be aogepted into the
Armed Forces 'of the United
According to his attorney Wil-
liam J. Shesdan, Jr., Michaud
lacks "self-dUlqt plne," and has
expressed his desire to enter the
Armed Bpore- as a volunteer.
On Die. 1, he tall defendant.
who redes with his father, was
fined $W dsentenced to 30
4day In jail t found guilty
urt of aga oco
hMud h been in custady
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Officers Revolt

Against 'Reds'



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In Government

LA PAZ, Bolivia, Jan. 6 (UP) -- The Bolivi o
ment today smothered an attempted military lik
which according to authorities, was not directed
President Victor Paz Estenssoro, but agit a i.
ment group which rebel military leaders consider
pothizes with Communism.
The strong "Waldo Ballivion" mflitory imoftIE
operating with the government, wit h the aid o
and civilians quickly put down the attempted revdi
The rvoit broke out between 4 and 5 a.m. tedi.
under the direction of Army ckhif-of-staff Cl. W1.
Deffin Cataldl, air chief-of-staff CoLC Cudio Lpez,
Josi Claro and National Revolutinar MovemWentli
ers Luis Pefialoza and Hugo Robeito, former press mi
sister who is said to be a rabid Nationalist and oeWn .
munist, all of whom have been nested. -
Roberts was a militaet member of the Socialie.
branch of the Militarist Perti. -.

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tor the United Kingdom
Wellington when he was

Ib0oa Lions Club

,ing At.Tivoli
,b Balboa Lions Club will
5 ta weekly meeting Thura-
t :30 p.m. in the Hotel Tlv-
wrpos of the meetiUg Thurs-
is to pass on the by-laws and
ustttion of the newly formed

Melvin D. H eth, an attor-
ney In W shngtn D. C., has
been appointed a ,nembei of
the Board of Directors of the
Panama Canal Company, ac-
cording t Information received
at Balo Heights from the of-
.ce of the Secretary of 'the
Army. It was not yet known
whom Hildreth Is to replace.
- The new- Brd. member s.1
native of P northh Dakota
and Is a .. graduate of Co!-
finnbs VaIval i Ie ls a
Democratic Ntional Comnmittee
fiom Washington and for ma-
idy years has taken a promin-
ent par in political work In
his hoa State and la the na-
tional emoatic organintion.
Hl4rth laa veteran of the
first World War and Is a meae-
ber of the American Legion. e
has be.e actively inte .'I
International affairs and .N
as a Director of the American
Association for the United Na-
His law offices are In the
Evans Bilding at 14260 New
York Avenue, and he and his
family live at 4831 Indian Lane,
N. W. In Washington.

Israel Watches Apprehensively

As Arab Neighbors Toughen Up

NEW YORE, Jan. 8, -(UP) King
-Jmrael 'spots the Arab wo (
gates may layli long-th-
upge plda to attack it and

Sharett espraed this iear eft
ehe Smed a statement r
w u Ws-tern power t.
lbnst to the t
Stase sewt the kin st l
brptei aluga. nt the kind or teep

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a Grand Mufti of Je-
or. even frozp the late
6d&Nah of Jordan, the
fet Wes Israel beat in
fur years ago.
of Israel that the
O-time, even of four
years would cause
pa to take. root and
ht Arabs accept their
b teto, have proved ut-'
Ibreel' point of view,
b stand C as intransi-
. eer. The Arab states
ihe to consider any so.
I the refugee problem,
he of the 875,000
to le an. the ree-

49f thousands of
u who have ar-
a slce tbe war
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w, just a stubborn
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Jreumslem and
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Any 14de that may be enter-
tained in the West that these
disputes u' poli tical, may
be dlpel b the grim re-
cord o tomtir fighting in the
last year.
There he .been an average.
of e skil ub a day between
Israell patft .and Arab troops
or rrilas. Mere than 450
were kied n thee skirmishes
and many hundreds more
lgreil and 'Zionist spokes-
men abrMp claim that the re-
fulgms could have been reset-
tie long In other Arab
caties wl% money provided
by the U. 1. If the Arab gov-
etaih UM were not determined
tj i tuam as they are now
Jw havq an argument to
O5nR t before world opinion;
tej elso say they intend to
compensate the ref,-eea In
full for their lands if only
the Arabs will negotiate a quics
The Arabs say that is non-
seawe bname I1rael is only
wiM to e.cOmp"te the Upi-
ted a .-
Twd twh should the

ien rapidly.
As soen as new ..of the r
became known civilan M
men, groups of 0 aIlvaeMt
enta abd worked came to
assistance of the gover3nt.
A demonstraion in a
the government was
for noon today. FactoriK
had to shut down bee @
majority of their empleia
rushed to the aid ofaNW
asoro and his govemmeu
'Radio Bolivar said a'6
cently arrived PeruVlan,
were among the rebels, .i
names were given. '
Business closed down .;
m. when workers left
after they learned that
teassoro was to speak.
government palace in fi
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SSme 10, m0 pernes"
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be legallv bro t to1Dtid
like July 21, 1M9, whu. z
were so many bhngm a"
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government was strong,=
cause of the support otb
but because of papu aeS
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tratkto" e "at thb Wuf
me i ovnment
vanced consderably In
4tkNm to slva the matn
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government and one of
era of last year's AsIl
tlon, told Unlto
was untrue that the g S~
Is dominated by <0oI& aQ^
The bes' r la tha
are ntl- amnmtMa wlai
ed to overthrow the
elements in the
'could give a false
abroad" of Communist
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farehy M4d ndta i L
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2entayI s:n.. "P IN INorsd War bI. The resu.dLhave s, REP Pl 4 +,tt4tly I .... ., '
BY PETER EDSON pecer ., o'ly to Len d.
T H E Premie Joe Sl hoan Premier Josef Stal a b Ioin g ohase

Plea jh o e I tused the press interview tech. m ay J ", 0-1 '.-Britl"ah sources l
The Mail Box i i an open orum readersof The A ique to put over his propaganda .al reason for
in Letters are received gratefully and are handled in at wht olly et. nine tAmes since the end sof W'a nam -IAde a solution in
deatie manner World War t1. The results have I r *gdjnf u4tatled up over reports of.
It you PoFItNibute a letter don't be impatient i it doesn't appeal e been consistently futile In ac- *-aiO" tte y i tg *ll I
swat day. Lettersar published n the order received tually furthering world peace or n, T is tra.egy, AXMrelayed to London by l od i.w
SPlease try to okeep the letters limited to ene paoe s angst. understanding.- l n l,
Identity of letter writers ais hold so strictest confidence. In. March, s146. President end o divisi ons of Chiang t as "'"
1 aThis newspaper assumes responsibility for statements st opinis.s Hugh Baillie of the United Press fro- trmo. L
Winston Churchill's argument 3) r over a la of .,e.r',.-
EX-GI SEFKS HELP IN FINDING OLD FRIEND for speedy action by the United IONLto 8puUndha ial a
Nations in settling the Iranian Korm ua l! .Ef a Ir
&(al Glen Moore, Pa. case. O
Mail Box In reply, Stalin ducked. He lt' resen t an against ,i -
Sir: said he could not admit Chur-o a.=40 th Chinee iafnt
hI do not know exactly how to write this but I shall try to ex- chill's arguments as convincing. o C h) PO aibl ser I Of alt since rea ag.
lilain just what I want. "As to the question of the ) Se nd threeOs U.A. divisions to Ja W,.se 'm
When I was in the Army I was stationed at Corozal in the withorawrl of Soviet troops from- pare for a Koean offeah e r
41t Ordnance. .While there I worked with a colored elderly lady Iran," Stalin then replied with s
*hose name was Bonita Gordon. The last address I have for her cust o m a r y terseness: "It is IUI OPPOITION .
is Allstan P.O., Jamaica. I have written to her at that address known to have been already set- .
and the letter was returned. tied positively by agreement bek- Th- 'f t five of them ou t squarely or
SHefe is a little more information that may be of help in tween the Soviet government th -ot onlyte.policy of-the Labor
loaUng her., and the ,vernm ent of Iran." 0e Bti, .. .
Alo a 5n theica I h e w ritten to h er at th at a '
While I was at Corozal there was a colored lady from Panama In other words, Stalin re- -In "ct4 1 1 1 er Clem tl e
City '.ho did the laundering for a Col. Bodine and she was a fused to admit that the United Atlanti s -4m V gminiterClemnt lWhen
rie d of Bonita's. Now the lady can read English a little, but Nations, n its t su andf pers- Krolpe. ,n a .o. E a ta l mtlsetein.

Thekeers I was atCoby_ friendit . ?d- %1^ -
The years I was at Corozal were 1942, 1943 and 1944. draw from their aggression a- .h* r. iss"Ike'rfsri re"*At UN ,'!
*"Now I hope this is not too mixed up for you to unravel, and gainet Iran. Vkrp
|I 1 you can do something for me toward finding her. At about this same time, Ed-.. lo.. e.- 1' are .ed g '*.
nking you, I remain, dy Gilmure, Associated Press 4let1i1 "astem g" 1 l .
Marvin P. Furlong, Jr., oorrespondent in Moscow, sent ,l thatnd d h
R. F. D. No., 1, three questions to talin. land wall
Glen Moore, Penna. S, talin Teplied that he attach-. plong the "'
ed great importance to the UN. The a ny blolkad of li
Its strength was based on the would be am Wt of we
i 'M. AVERAGE' MIGHT MIND HIS MANNERS equality of states and not on the blockade Rnteu luan. a of war. .a't-a
domination of one state, p ovoke war. bl for nll tal %,
T~ ~I Mail Box, Editor In other answers Staline said k .. r '
l reading on the rather large marker was to. the point, and he was convinced no nations of Cturohillbs adtv t that I
readable. "Reserved for Nurses and Doctors of Gorgan their armies were aiming at a Co o ad.uek n .w ilerS p''
tal" A fine gesture on the part of the dining management new war. T' preserve peace, alld ere~ ly o 'lose ruelab lnW lsr 0 .t. .aX
ot Ancon clubhouse dining hall. The table'for at* had bSXe nations should organize a wide the nxw-re-dent shodI nota1p W e
Sfor those gentlemen and women who would aid in the counter-propaganda a g ai n t t IA id nSer ment, bu t o.lkbenear th
= of mankind's Ills; who' labored hard and long for hitman- warmonger.lenat -ena
ty ation th any hours for little appreciation from the masses. A Alexander Werth of Manchest- NOTE-Itf t whle ha h le"
S token of gratitude, was this reservation, furnished by the or Guardian was the next to take osthe U.B.S. Hlena of.his advi.er
n clubhouse dining hall so the professional people could dine a crack 'f Stalin with a ques- Bayt ChurBilwh use his o ld i'' .
n e worthy world of their own; to talk with the other the lan- tionnaire, later I n 1946. ,t t pouly. i .s&-iJ--O--!' f.
guage known to them: to relax at dinner with their own. e To Werth, Stalin replied 19 that Chuy ail' earr -up tr'itoI ,l,.-e hd _
Into the Ancon dining hall strode three young American it was absurd to say t at west- While U. mlitry elation was experiencipg strong that with Jet-driven aircratb the major ed 6t that tite.3t m s1 14h
oples. Mr. and Mrs. "Average" American they could be labeled. ern Europe's Communists were onea o its worst safety years in history, the lines will enter a new and far better safety 6aM. mate I'e l p *tn tt i the th
They walked to the table, read the sign, and ignored it. T'hey takin direction front, Moscow... co .try's domestic commercial airlines-. were Experiece in war and' peace as show that of the
.it. They were in a hurry. They could not think of breaking A policy of usng eastern Gear- rackclg U~ their finest safety showing of all time.. let engines by and large are muich nore regblp .. "
er group: obviously it was impossible forany of the three many against western Europe The airlines-measure safetyby computing the performers. for they amnrnuch less l loate nav'a b 4 s
couples to eat alone. That would mean talking to the same nd-the U...S. would be contrary number offatalities per 100,O00 passengerl miles'", .t~- propel engines and much. 4Sl ly to finai
pouse, listening to the boring conversation. No. they must have to the Soi ty a1 ion's national flown.. r rlous trouble. the rit a
be fo six. Besides they were in a hurry to go to the show Interests. +... indly and las"n Their old record., set in 1960, was 1.1 deaths e d ea trouble a al ,AeS asi
. escape their own reality. cooperat.on'between the Boliet each100,000passenger milesiin the-WJcrldA salft ,,."rlso
- dng steward came to the table and informed the there Union and the west was bound The new low in 1952 was an. am i- e ii villand Comet "air t s t s b u
g' mi sericn coupa tof the reading of the sign on the to contain s. ar W hence. ui 'the ai o rot d
omast tiud-mou hed male .othe pert hero eVto ,e tone fi. hn d This was accgmpl shed t d t ra t
grouP insisted *it wasth't democrat* to rera rshar11- ea h tl a nCdea j S RAWr P
l rd co_ of the reading of thesi.gn ot the.oo iae. 'linea.w Tis aos al ;amled i n ,.. a h .. the do r j A b
gonna lose his lob" a planted uestion- the opportunities for fptal craehe '.a aw '
Level up your society. Tell the sport-ashirted, ill-dressed and-a lwe statementinPravda. There was only one major mishap dthgir -w a rpaOg tr i i i.' "la,.
'Averagc 'American male he is as &oo4 as his professional neigh- Then he regarded the Jrited more thaI 40 lives, in the scheduled ahp.'
ior, He'll believe you. Manners and good breeding he has none. Nations debate 'on he Berlin ord book. T n er | wli cord "
respect, for someone intellectually suierlor he has not. He has, blockade' as aggressiveness in I,. i 1f a u l e r a W
ou h. e d olat In hi p k th re -for someonen entelThet-eves x*be W iry
though, a dollar in his pket, therefore he is equal. The "Aver- the peley of Angle-Amereian Certainly this achievement does n m weo h aest in rll ic-.t nd
Anmerican has arrived and French riding circles. The shall never again see a flurry of d .a" .- a wi t,bqt. I n reoI t years beer butas
'PhOote! Th knucklehead, the oaf, imbecile, moron, and members of the Be K.ity Co0a- accidents like that which occurred o af at S 0t, rf t uan his cnee.
ot are nowthe e o the man of superior thought and deed. ell were leling their support Newark airportin the winter of 19s5. f e press are a
Olve the Average" American his comic book. to ths aoicy, he sod. rugged year 1947. -n ee om .r
Yet An Egghead. It wps in tbh face of.this But it does appear to be true that 6 ~k it ., veler will welconime it it the pace Cad
Saggression," however, that the betwe y big crashes are getting 10 ned through the final days of e3ax g
om e W Rosa came to an aAl' AUIn aviation eagerly await the. airliners and into the coming
Answer to Previous Puzze, to lft the bockad9 of jets to commercial aviation, for -- .
-- k-- mom to H it the -bi.
Home Work 1%0 Januses tea,, pre* r So
-W in Januavy, 194w, Fri r !, : .',

CUledto dean Smetre imth, set the pattern for thee
VERTennswers he ha tjust recently hWalter W iNwh.
th given to the New York Times.
4Roof rswork I Mother's home resident Truman had just -.daA
i hh work includes take office. Would Stalin meet a
11- the cookingtsor with ruman to consider a peace WHY IT'S FU TO STAY HOME the ladies afflicted with hooch and it's a cinch some I
furniture 2 Hideousm111 aII I L Ct? He would have no ec- (On New Year's Eve I you'll become a lifelong cynic. Ttoi
12 Uelf monster on to it. Would Russia join in In whia
SBenlderned 4 InearorpO a declaration that the major The chief lure for some folks is the alcohqnc Numerous mefry-makers inspire the idea they're the ple
14 Bewild er24ed pue wers had no intent of resort- daze. Merry-makers are not considered en followin-the rigid dem d al of the sript. Their he tind.
1. aist 5 Magnesium 24 Hope 40 Pursues his Ing to war against one anther? until they're goggle -eyed. And if yoeas sailes'6 frozen, t.hlr laughtW hia a spurlous .
andma and silicate poison The Soviet government would be down drunk everybody assumes you re aring and the hoopla Iems to be V i by an ,
Grndpa arte 6 Trial 26 Raised above 41 Loaded prepared to consider the is- heluva time. Anyone caught sober ls i anvsll director. p the orde
at home 7 Fondle bottom 42 Cicatrix suace of such a declaration, of lunacy. 'for th' ake of fulfilling a Itei more like ,.J ,
work Wmen (naut.) 43 Learng WOU 'the Sovit govnment a command perforlanceeit an a ontaneous
18 Salad e 9 Employs 27 Womanliness 44 Distinct part join in implementing t peact Night clubbing becomes perilous. Th .e i isreu1MI$-of joy. mtbhag Is saddetthan forced*Im-
vegetable 10 Antitoxins 2 Individuals 46 Nothing by asuch measures as gradual dis- happy-happy zany at almost every taZ wol galte'. a
S.aoblelands 11 Russian news 2tt c2Indiv as46 Towar the armament? Naturally. thinks he's the floor show. The clang olang' :
Russian news 29 Icelandic sage 47 T rd e During 151. Stain gave only lodges of brassy tootlers are more clai*Mu. .n very infis being sold by the t. You pay "n
32 HIgh 17 Obstru tae 31ShaAe 48 Krled l two ess interviews both to ever, the service isn't, crammed dance .ors -al.ck champage fees for beer. Some who have ~ slb-
m am. ag17 cy 21 SHae wofred sh elteed Giee pran a, hip-flipping room and the sucker-wf wat difficult, meeting the landlord' inancial de- .. SBtt t 1* pt*P f te. A lo
le ,,Ho wok.eeGrek In February he was back with never stmeper. "/ .... inds wl splurge a 's salary tor the dubi- .O V.t..hwff tFheablac ihne
iICentu'y plat23 Burdens tool, g-- lt~ent lears .the old.-line that war was not Ousde~gltofgettingstinkotnpublio. Ipel, l ellin f*s ,,l.wth4w1t3: e lt
Enemy inetitable, but It might be if the Many a mimdulsre e'saro thui e 51t M'S hi atth) anti'
hol warro er continued to deceive lance unetlr the influence the IdI O bar? courte.ies are ikp@ People whoe ,Amakipw w:e Int1Pr *5Rvian cagl he
dd the.p ~eThe A o- Ame~enricall spirit. He is everybody's aouy. nlalmarners se us).alIv impeccabl gl ga-ga on:u e -It *A*Y" .(of@ . iighqhe Ipe.,r aWf IA* W$GI I
Whrm "n or'es -- --Korea were dooe, d tO oln in reiah style, ecla and night at the Big ,lin:. T he oblootivss isrk ,.f t.e ioq4 ivin j the.
W ar sntn e t defe at, he aid. The United. Nd- ,ery crack uttered Cy an d .o hicSe every wine s thth' a e e"t" -W- fl ,aee '
bo k p i tons, by condemning the action he's twice as hilarious. Thege never a h p with ,' iarkable flar 20r b Serqu e A ras Ud ti:- -
.of t~- h e n Korea, w o.'bore. . . .tm Th ... -"
lowing the o f NWe .t '. 1eo ,- --d - .. .a
Into b of locals dtover a certain ,da.- 6rd'r*I conduct jq a subct*iute for.enterta _, _*,, en.,, _a ,. 4** of _+- .
of the R .s t1lc U10nFJU s approaches. You never encountered o rnr .-brave emceeu toil hard to, Iake theasel -**^o u tlntt m iie t tie "* w ,Sy. t sII
-.Stalin reassured PitVda that mob enthralled by thunderous sounds. attaners ..above thu In-cemnt uta a. It has a t-m pi'iesnt s -.. *l*Metl ptq, byt In oicr
4 cththere were no grounds for embrace and execute jigs while stepping each asiect. Most of their quips, are not wg "attrolle. #5I1 ethaI. Who thl
"tUnited tates si alrm over his ac- other's toes. Life is tough enough, wit bsolMkt., i 05C. ellr. ''t tto'gt14 .-,* g hu4a'p .-e of the
w ings still stood for prohibition of use The .el.bra.ion t omle legalittal to 'pit h ela
+lg of the atomic bomb. Parties are popular. And at some sha1igl tle s Pmieble schpmo wio bY's drins M"t. lad o
d n Aprilh 15 Stafp hese host may even know the names of his guests, .nd t*en his the andacitv, to eggo"
edB q Ue e sbm tt el by a I l T he conversation at such alcohol-so pagd. remem ber hib name the fo llowlag iitiSl'i g .':.

t p l r au their prepegands occasion without engagingiIn a brawl Tiere are lartain a.dvantages toIomenulbelthe +', .
elff mound A thbtr wprld wlr was no cleo- .quirso subsequent visitsto a dentist .. ". "n. sheer s..

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--oeegrea ultimate In joy hI tooting horns. eT +r5leglalr owe"
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favorite" chestnut: peaceful so- e i ely Commended as a cure for the ". I- t
existence of communism and But terntning the gauntlet of drunk. t
caieall re penssble, given toui se and 4 rted uaeouth d ,e.
Foltering Philip! the rate aprate eco o e
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set the stage for the now-fam- n-.
Wllar answers to questions I sberjare radial w In beh ILI;
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D01IrrR(AJIt Jan, 6 (UP) A
devout, 18i1-year-old coed who
was considering taking the nun's
Tows was raped and murdered
a early today by killer who lay
in wait' for ber as she walked
homt from the movie "Apoint-
t ment With Daager."
The body of Joanne Carol Oil-
leapie, her skull crushed by re-
peated blows, was found abort-
for-asu p- i' eS n lPy after midnight by her father
orad"h.. I and brother In an alley just 11
at evsup-i l -the doors from her home. Her rosary
In thenof L w beads, purse, and a dish she had
Bbd Iwon at the movie lay nearby.
l.fot p x Police said $l(i was'missing from
.t' 9" tgPolice mld thle gfrl's killer ap-
Th ose parently bid inthe shadows and
S. .. r e '' attackedhe as she walked by.
t 9: (M. ATelephoto)The said he apparently choked
w .Ben, Pat MoCarran (right) ap- off er screams with his hands
,wherear.am OeJh Washington for pre-trial ques.- and bashed her head repeatedly
V. w A-p t charged by Las Vegas publish- against a concrete garage wall.
of -h !rek of *. Conspiring with 60 advertilers who As Joanne lay dying, police
Shosl .U -itt a a the Las Vegas un when R was said. the killer raped her. They
.d5ugh .IoIU ,on-dollar autwill be defended said her clothing had been rip-
to 2Wf PJAM a -na l Land M b..(left). ped off and her underclothing
hi e 0p R Kobie... Sa --' L" Nt.....a bore a blood-stained handprint.
hisI "m ., - .. Five men, including two broth-
Rod" , .i '"F P oL er wear teing blood stained cloth-
.n on t rating in were taken into custody, but
i yth *'hMr. I :r., who a a all werenreleased later today.
a ln M w.ePo Mr. 5r w ho lic au:erd the botherseax-
o- C- 5 lMr. Mr..... W jn. planation that the blood on their
I- Polie ted the* br others'jex-
AM$- mIMr, ORCISIOf m* I" 1. clothn was shed In a recent
.,uw .W f street fight. The ohers had pre-
byvious morals records but could
.n o account for their actions last
.IiiN0I w NIiON. Jan. 4 .W 5utherd'DOW 'Ats. wl have night.
W 0p W will count, .1963 had R publican h2.p In previous The only real clue was a well-
._*.a AIcollege h E 't .thto- n-f a I b 'predicted defined mset of footprints in the
di. al'WP)gIrform the d of- the motion will be defeat by snow. Police also said the killer
VA e r* wh-Iod c that- Dh )R. IMn- a margin of better than 8 to 1. could no-, have committed the
Si waesk. f hMr as -been te*ad prs- In oer action today, the crime without being splashed
.t"* hwb Xdrd erdR t -House Armed Services Commit- with blood.
w be o t voe-c tee 'will begin hearlnge on the Joanne had attended the mo-
li-Bvw-il t" o s *uty offO sui 1eht Ware of uzMlitary airplane vie with a rl friend, Shannon
NO. A- Ia. *tliat ashes. inclu the Moses Sinpett, 18. They parted at 11:45,
in zd cut MWwawhich took after agreeing that the first to
I.SO t l v .. reach home would telephone-the

a. sstafelocl-. y.-" at Whea n Shannon telephoned
Stto .aebveralve at efin and Joanne had not arrived
.lv&'e she t & the Urd nation's colleges. A. spokesman home, her two brothers and her
'wIf. 19w IY ,he t .ill be r. to settle said the inquiry tmy be expand- father started the search. It
we !l .ies.e a*S.o led to include as many a25 ended a hour later when her
Sd X1 % -0 m10rh111isai*ve a eti- aon schools. father and 19-year old brother.
IDaniel a" ooundtheb itI nlst Tomorrow President a Danil. found the body beside a
-oVaalee-dVd e ., b will land his final State of the neighbor's grage.
V.-M o."1&l .aid lh. -- an al fireworks will on message to the Capitol. Mied Company
At" bu01An bushfeupt almos..t r Th P-resident's annual budgetM,
.r .,b ".bu- i tos "f to- d"ll'i eni ater message will be sent to Congress VICKSBURGO, Miss. (UP) -
orwith s the- sesuiloq .rashowdnn Friday and the economic mes- Two sheriffs and an outlaw
i Ia, 1. and Patti- on e motoioffeed a sage about Jan. 14. oured the U. S. Waterways Ex-
9%:Il=8, .to-4Apt ,new rules a a t -allots cast by the -531 memsp- periment Station here in the
In,. JI I .d u" t Mng MRluters -he onhs bers of the electoral college on %ame group Mr. and Mrs. R.
o r r weapn against.1vil ri De. 15 will be kept by Vice Pre- B. Sheriff of Fullerton, Calif.,
e_ 'doWell, Oe t "" "sident Alben W. Barkley ur til and Dan Outlaw of Opeldusas,
of yOfthe. oficlal count. Barkley will La., district governor of Rotary
byJ9 sOa"'d tum preside at.the joint session. International.

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PROBERS PROBE PROBE Witnesses appear ieldore the He ,
Judiciary subcommittee In Washington to testify on charges that
the Justice and State Departments tried to suppress a Fele
Grand Jury's findings of Communists in the UN. Leftto rIgs s
are Joseph Cahil and Corine Celst. fortner members ofthe
funct Grand Jury; Rep. Frank Chelf, subcommittee -chairman;
and Charles Harsany, an attorney.
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Shipping & AirLine News
Doctors on Nieuw Amsterdam trans-Atlantic operations t(
To Hold Cruise-Congress Western Europe, Africa, the Mid.
The Holland-American Line die East and India.
ship Nieuw Amsterdam is sched- Executive vice president Young
tlied to arrive here Jan. 13 with In charge of the company's Pac-
about 600 doctors and their famr- ific Division,,will su p e r v i s
Miles aboard. brans-Pacific operations to A-
The doctors are participating laska, Hawaii, Australasia anc
in The Pan American Medical the Orient.
Association's eighth internation-
al medical cruise congress which Ju
will be conducted while the ship 46 Judges Named
is on its 12-day cruise.
While at sea scientific sessions
will be held and more than 112 B GOP Presidents
papers read representing all
ranches of medicine and sur- Sill On The B nch
In addition to 12 panels of dis-
cussion, there will be general as- WASHINGTON. Jan. 6 (UP) -
aembly meetings. Forty-six judges appointed dur-
The Pan American Medical Ing Republican administrations
Association is made up for pro- are still on the federal bench,
eminent medical men in public it Was revealed today. Three aye
work, government and private serving in Texas.
practice throughout the coun- The figures were turned up in
tries of North, Central and South a survey which shows that Pres-
America. ident-elect Eisenhower will
The doctors will spend one day have nine judicial vacancies to
visiting Panama before return- fill after he takes office Jan. 20.
Ing to New York. These include one for a circuit
court of appeals, seven in federal
77 Tourists Due districts, and one to a special
Bere Saturday court.
There are 77 cruise passengers There are no vacancies on the
aboard the United Fruit Comrn- Supreme Court although the re-
pany's ship S. S. Jamaica which signatlon of Justice Felx Frank-
Is scheduled to arrive in Cristo- further has been frequently rurm-
bal early Saturday morning. The ored and just as frequently de-
ship sails Sunday afternoon for nied.
New, York via Cartagena and The present political standing
Santa Marta. of the federal bench Is 248 De-
mocrats, 59 Republicans, and one
Promotions Announced By not committed politically. Of the
Pan American World Airways 59 Republicans, 41 were appoint-
Following a meeting of the di- ed during the Harding-Coolidge-
rectors of Pan American World Hoover administration. In addi-
-Airways, Juan T. Trippe, presi- tion, five Democrats were ap-
dent, announced that Wilbur L. pointed during GOP administra-
Morrison of Miami, Harold Gray tions.
of New York and Clarence Young Presidents Roosevelt and Tru-
of San Francisco had been man appointed a total of 17 Re-
named executive vice presidents publicans and 242 Democrats.
of the company. Of the jurists named during
Executive vice president Mor- Republican administration, 10
ton, n charge of the company are on the Circuit Courts of Ap-
uptin American Divoision, wilt peal and two of them are Dem-
supervise operations throughou ocrats; one, a Democrat, is on
Statines gateways at New Y tor, the Court of Claims, and one, a
Miami, New Orleans, Houston,Coepublrt;an, on the district judges
Urowniville and Los Angeles. Court; and 34 are district judges,
Brownsville and Los Angeles. two of them being Democrats.
Executive vice president Gray, The geographical breakdown
in charge of the company's At- is: Alabama 1; Colorado 1: Con-
lantic division, will supervise necticut 3: District of Columbia
S2: Illinois 3- Louisiana 1; Mary-
-' _land 3; Michigan 1: Minnesota
S3. Mississippi 1, Misouri 1: Mon-
-W# S tana 1: New Jersey 1: New York
8; North Carolina 2: Ohio 1; Ok-
lahoma 1; Oregon 1; Pennsylva-
nta 3, South Dakota I: Texas 3:
West Virginia 2. Wyoming I, and
Vermont I
a Of tliee. 25 were appointed by
President Hoover, 14 by Presi-
dent Coolidge, and seven by Pre-
sNetHardnng. TheaeAppoilt-
SBnu t ;date'-back to 9 S
re are now eight Demo-
2 plnss-ro-ms- cats and one Republican on
Seneftw dW c n ythe Suprepne Court.
AM Steady Jobs
rooms wi. Tdevisi SOtTH BREWER, Me (UP)
-Four mployes of the Eastern
SHOTE SL Corp.. ave completed a total
of 190 years with this pulp and
paper firm. Oldest employee in
Spot of service i 75-year-old
S AE. Rank A. Parent who has
aIthStE. NEW YORK worked for the concern 60
years. Others are Harry W.
i TUiS SIAt AT IAN CIC1 Smith. 76, 50 years; Isale Des
umuewt s i l.1. -4 m mat Roches, 78, 64 years: and Ed-
-ward P. Wentworth, 69, 34

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S.S. "CAPE ANN" ................................Jan. 7
S.S. "JAMAICA" ............................... Jan. 10,
S.S. "FRA BERLANGA" ....................... Jan. 13
S.S. "CAPE AVINOF" ......................... Jan. 18
S.S. "VINDEGGEN" ...........................Jan. 20

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Passenger Sallings to
New Orleans via Tela, Ronduras
S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ..............................Jan. 13
S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ........................... Jan. 27
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The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
Royal Mall Lines Ltd.
M V. "SANTANDER" ............................Jan. 17th
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" .................Jan. 22nd
S.S. "CUZCO". ...................................Jan., s1st
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) ....Feb. 18th
S.S. "KENUTA" J.................................Jan. 37th
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S.S. "DIEMERDYK" ........................Jan. 20th
M.V. "DRINA" .................................. Jan. 2th

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Mr. and 3 aul ck and CMrltobal Woman's Club .Wfll
Stephanie turned by, plane be held- tomavrow at 2:00 pn.m
Saturday 4t a Christmas *a- at tha Red Cross Building. he
catlb pefi n' OGuatemaML guest speaker will be Mr. Mi.
nual Castillo, whose topic will
U F ielder spent bt, the -"Colon Free -Wrade
the .t MW in In ums, ae." .
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a former teacher in Balbo a. vocal. 11solt .for the afternoQn.
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g .--, t. Mr. and Ml Gerald D. BSU,
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Senate UeIosftan an-
other invest l of the In-
ternal RoYapue ttureau toe no
how it i oAperatng inder Prsed
dent Trtman'1 reoreaxlylanv
program, It was d to
SAn informed source who asked
enuates want to show the pos-
able apl tions" of the bu-
Srean which In. a
cam gave gig service staw%
Democratle political app aes
Sen. John .. Willams, the
DelaWare Republican who first
wo t l read tax -
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daer Jqhn B. Dunlap :ii
transferred to a revenue lpb
rotectd b vil service.
"I have always been a staunch
rgmoter of the civil service sys-
I, but I denounce any pt'
tempt to use it as a haven or
l, JW me s Waids .-
plaivate nVestiglatic n e s
eotluatn,* whca a wMas eO-
Pdt late lait year, to deter-
ano whether there have been
was not learned what goup
wilt -eonduct the Seasteo lauihy.
One source believed it may be
anoed byo : the civil SUervi
t e.or the tax-writing
Comtte of 1 2 hiskh
Impossible,. how-
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As mentioned previously, Ma-
rie Fraser went swimming, it
must have been for a very im-
portant reason. Well, at the
Washington Swimming Pool on
that same day was George Ben-
eWtt, laine Slevrws, Charles
Oerchow, Toddy Dignam, Jim
Crawford, Dave Lane, Mary Ann
Brassel, and a million other kids.
In "PltF Servant's car there
could be seen at any tme during
the vacalon Blanqulta MeNatt
and her brother, John, alumni
Bob Blakely, R o a n d o Vil-
lai, and anybody el"e that want-
ed a ride to the pool or else-
The Gatun hJlor Civic
Council Bad a New Year's
Party at the Trefol House on
New Year's Eve. D a ne I n ,
ame, r and efreshments were
ad thoughout the wonderful
evening. This event was In the
hands of Shellh McNamee,
Danny Kseaun, and John Al-

es" Spkin of Gatun, nhe girls
"-- "*- -upthere have haut several
owadav. qreo- slumber parties lately. Poor Kay
ut -an Amian Argo Is still recuperating from
BM, house. Where was Jody all th
time, girls? Over the week-end
na lot of the girls frn there went
Sto In Valsewhs e Helene de Boy-
a. 16rtt, Pat elly, and

other I* adin
Ist iaea1te1 in The Christmas tree that was
t 1 1seen in the middle hall before
Mated t ei re. vacation commenced was pro-
Sretitution ented to a Colon orphanage a-

.f he-pro-
Spament to Mlargarita Clubhouse must
o m In have same attraction for motor-
ad. cycles, 'cause at any time of the
Sday asser-by ma see a whole
S thee So9M "slew" or them pVared just out-
ol dft r side the building. In the club-
i m at house are the owners. Jack
oa sot Brennan, Bob Connard (until
SA hui clutch burned up), Bruce
Sander, and th "Space Cadet"
of the month, m Rosce who
is oied high boots, lel'
-."lol ~ leather Jacket, and "fly boy" hat.
Ahtttodonl I-.'. Tnl g
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Sbeoe at ast.M t wa a sonl
Hue's wish et a
leA" School Ne Year. (Ws auFot ita
O the *mester ezaoSe coming upl)

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an pe-like being whlah Ied .in
Goth Africa more than half a
million years ago-w a an-
..n0naed today.
Discovery of these new "miss-
Slin ks in -lhe evolution fro
;H l ape to mai discloed by Dr.
Joh Talt obinson, of the
S MTranMvaal MM Ium In Pretor.
D TnI specsalam e of an ape-
man or aMMp ewhlch bUIC-
o he found the rreminants of
1nh ab*g IL
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of a South Afrtpas apman a end
tmnd I Soya and Cbiaa,
l e believes telanthropus lived
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ly Veripus Reporters
In te Invitational Basketball
To mnaent sponsored by the
Jtr College, all three Canal
e hoo were eliminated in
te Te final vic-
tors versal Sport, from
ite Ao; latic Side.
h Ibirnalism Class never
oi van I Mrs. Smith has
t opr students slave from
:00 :00 on Monday, Tues-
Wednesday during their
vacation dam. (It Is hoped that
dklted had a-swell time up
in Santa Clam... The smart
fellow skipped!)
Abe de tg the vacation, the
Jpuur 'ega wfpk on the Ju-
nir4 i Prom. P an have
beeom euned adsketches
a beg ade for posters
dap ear,,and menu.
T7e first day Marie Fraser was
enable to attend as she had an
appointment with the swim-
ming pool. The next day Kay
Dignam had a date also she
went to the swimming pool with
Betty Tarr, Lorna Stone, and
Mararet Joudrey. However Syl-
via Mann, Diane McLaren, Car-
lene Taber, and Donna Geyer
were there even though Mr.
Maedl, Junior class Sponser, was
not present.

Now that the resting and relaxing is over and work
has reared it's head.
The Cards and Announcements Committee is getting ready
to collect orders from the seniors. That means it won't be too
long before they arrive, and what makes a senior feel higher or
mightier than handing out their own card?
Congratulation Freshmen! The Christmas show case de-
corated by the Frosh took a well deserved first place in the show
case display contest. That winning case was decorated with lit-
tle cards that had Illustrations of several of the presents certain
BHS students would like popped in their stockings.
The Sophs of '53 come in second with two huge Christmas
cards and a decorated tree winning the place for them. Who says
underclassmen aren't good?
This week marks the beginning of another BRS stage
production called "Beauty and the Beef." Prof. Subvert
Turbyfill,.oer well-known speech and drama teacher, is
conducting play try-oute this week. "Beauty and the
Beef" will be presented to the public in February.
Also marked on the calendar for February is the fashion show
presented by the sewing student of BHS and supervised by Miss
Eloise Monroe. This show is an annual event in Balboa High
School, and already the girls are sewing fast and furiously to
have their best ready'for the big day.

Don't forget that tonight we play those Tigers at Cristobal.
Transportation difficulties will keep a lot of kids home, but a
good turn out will really be something to be proud of.
Well, hasta la vista. Hasta go now.


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with PaBl hmreid M aa vrda-s
Also: A Musical Comedy. .1
"Sanny Side Of The Street"
with La Te Moo


SJol Wayne, in "TYCOON"
W etcoft vs. Marciono Robinson vs. Turpin
Willie Pep vs. Saddler

Sllete Prises!




B. H. S. Notes
By Edna Hart

Well, it's finally hap ned! The Basketball Bulldogs have
won a game. They did tis by beating the College Devils In a
hard fought game and winning with score of 45-40. .Jim May led
our five in scoring, and he teamed up with Gus Troncoso and
Captain Francis Boyd to play a fine defensive game. Here's hop-
ing they can keep up that fine fighting and take the strong Tigers
when they tangle tonight.
Basketball Isn't even oaer and enter that mitt-and-diamond
sport called baseball. Coach Stewart Brown, a newcomer to the
Zone, will be the head coach for this season, and with all those
Babe Riths that are sprouting up from the tryouts, we'll be right
in there pitching (and catching) for a victory.
Last Friday the Elks again played host to BHS. Talent was
called for, and hear tell that after every one volunteered for Ab-
diel Flynn to sing a song, he did a fine Job. Also, it seems Isaac
Peltynovich of CHB can do other things well besides play basket-
ball. He really had those people clapping for more of his Al
Jolson imitations.

Hate to sound like a death toll, but the word Is out:
Mid-term exams are Just around the corner! Remember,
an ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of "A's."
Get hep, f~iendgI Next Friday night is the Western Round-
up Dance and the GAA (they sponsor the dance) has dropped
this hint: It's a girl-ask-boy affair. Come dressed as an honest-
to-gosh dude and maybe you'll win a prize. Sounds like fun, eh?
BHS is glad to welcome Miss Alice Candee back to Balboa HI
HI again. Miss Candee, who teaches history, has been absent for
quite a while because of illness and, needless to say, we have really
missed her, both in and out of class.

NEA BeMauly ter
Guiding stars are necessary
but they must be guides, olt
Images into whose molds wq pour "
our-selves. Teen-agers who' take
movie stars for their guides too
often fall into that error of aon-
fusing guide with mold.
You can't tell from a photo.
graph which star has a face
shaped like youamrs. Make-up mea
and photographers' lights con-
tribute to bringing their facial
shapes and features more nearly
to an ideal. So don't ,opy ar
of them.
You might, to be more realistic,
analyze your own facial shapq
and hair type and then write to
the studios asking which stars
have that facial shape and hair
type. Then write to one of them
If you are one of the many
teen-agers who enjoy writing to
stars and ask about rules for
hair and make-up styling.
The same holds true for
clothes. You have to fid out,
which stm are your heht,
weight and general build, and
follow from here, rather aha
from photeraphs showin'them
Ownd for Hywood pmlete.
Don't take a 40- or -old
actresses for your guiding star.
Wait until you are other
fore you thtnk of that.
instead from the bright aray
of fresh young stars newiy sAnm
every year girls in their tesur
or early 20's.
.Just because your favorite
doesn't happen to have y
same face and body etru-ctue
doesn't mean she has nothing to
offer you in the way of beauty
lessons. Every one of these ym
stars puts her first emphasis ot
at least eight hours of ANep
each night, wellbalanced Imeals,
out-doOr exercise, anW4crpu-
lous cleanliness of Wdr, skin,
teeth, body and nails. Make-up,
except during film-making, .
entirely secondary.
If you want to be like your
favorite star in so way, e a.
those beauty habits of hern e1
you won't be a mnudged aibon.


See.& to the Pubie!
At 6:00 and S. p.m.
rm .. q, in

Gene svans, in

wn8 OMAMS,

Ma nend O'Britn, in -WAPAIW '
Afth Ladd, In wW URA-RYr

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ay7 Samong the Reds.

BERLIN. Jan. 6 (UP) mast
German Communists, layng the
ground for a show trial, otday
sharply lashed out against lead-
ing party members a eusing
them of being "Zionists" an
"American agents."
At the same tim., Soviet zone
arpdy att Isra and
I a-td they wil reect restitu-
1til cltJns) by Israel and Jewish
o.anizations outside East OGer-

The central committee of the
East German Communist Party
I a resolution pubbehed by the
AYO wa" ues Deutachland"
are_ l Merker former PF-
tbur meber arrested last No-
vember, m4 Kurt Mueller, depu-
ty chief of the )est German
Communst Party arrested two
years ago, were members of an
anti-Communlat, Zionist conspi-
racy "directed against the Soviet
Union and the German people."
The Communist reaolutlon said
"AmeIrcan Imperialists are or-
gafUMan their spylu activities
in the peoples democracies with
thte helpn of the Mate nf fimael




and Zionist orga

8lansiy and o
Cwech Commani
Pr lalDe stn n
nS notg eds b
J46 of JeW
actions with

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C. Z. J. COU
By Russell PieMra
Yesterday mornin, the I'U
was temporarily placed in .
hall, L e. the sa&, easy ehm a
"torture bench' (woede StO
table), the open air malbx, aR
other "artifacts" which o to
make up -the Junior Col
Lounge. During the first
the miae of the gbrwd In a
made the persons pEad ,by
wonder how the sae of the
lounge could possibly accomo-
date the amount of students who
were trying to use it.,
The lounge Itself Is being re-
decorated by the Gamma Ch(
through the help of the Studeat
Association. It Is believed that-
this will be the first time tha
the lounge has been "over-."
hauled" from top to bottom.
Unfortunately, the Junior Col.
iT e basketball team was defeat'
ed last night by a score S0 to 3L
The opponent, the Balboa Athle-
tic Club played a fine game.
Last week the basketball team
also -lost to Balboa High SchooL
The store: 45-40.
Tab Friday, the C0 bee..-
ketball team will fht the
Cristobal team at Cristebal Ri
Is noted that students atte ,
lag these games number uOnd
ten in meet eases; therfre,
it Is hoped tat oere stdemts
come to the ext game. ,
LaaU Frlday,t Spanish ub
of the Junior ( =gbhad a 'gt-
together" luncheon at the M
Rancho. Members of the faculty
who were present were Profesom
Ward, Dean and Mrs. Hakett
The CmOqulstad taf ,
present, pondering wheer r
have the, annual hinted in the
United State. or laely.
In boards this week Is ts e" -
tative schedule of exms wxh.ic
will begin the last week of this
month,. '
The extension division will ra
on regular schedule during the
examination week; thereforen
extension division exams wi
probably take place during the
regular hours of the class.
Students who wish to attend a
college in th. States next year,
are reminded to porrespod now
In order to adjust ther sched-
ules next semester, I necessary.

Refuse T
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No 4 Tivoli Ave -Phone 2-2291. and

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HilpIloldl Altomg sjil, ,D F "- I he"0 i i p-Mle-
'FOR SuALE 195-------Wrieote Alco ollm Aimpoxym". .%
FOR SALE-G E rerger.ar .n oar- FOR SALE -1951 Chevrolet Bel-Air 2031 A nces. ,e.
fect cnondl. ,n Cr.,gli oG.* t- Co e. Excellent condition. Phone EXCURSIONS
Apr. 3 Por.:e Lelerre -3"'3 SPECI.L EXCURSIONS1
FOR SALE: Mctal dn.ng able FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac Sedan one way 85 round trip $135 115
iplastlc topi 4 cha.rs Met al but- Hydramatic, iad.o. W-W tires, day-limit). 5169.00, good one year;
fet. Metal Library able Morrs seit covers. signal lights. etc. Like to LOS ANGELES. one way, $149.
chair. 10 Venetian BInd.. 36 ne.. Has to be seen to be appre- 15. round trip $252.35. 90 day-
inch (made by Cowes Hou',e 3 cared Call Panama 3-0649 1 I :30 limit Panama Dispatch Service op-
Apt. 14, oncrtepr6O T-1 C.' O-00p.M.
Apt. 14, concrete bachelor aap t 00 p. m. pste Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
rnent. ______ __FOR SALE -Plymouth 2.Door, 1948 2-1655.
FOR SALE:1Refrigerotcr 5 ccej n?- paint. radio. Excellent .ondi- F A
perfect condition, $75. '":' Est, tar Call during office hours. Te. S L
diante Street No. 150. Apt. I, ,., 1 ._-4t-, olter oflice hours. Tel. e
the back, first floor. 3-354 IMiseellane *s
FOR SALE:-Bedroom er. excellent, FOR SALE -Imported tires all sizesrFOR SALE:-Amateur radio trans-
condition. Phone 3-41EIt frc.rr, remc.oed fIo-n wrecked autos we matter, Harvey Wells Bandmaster
11:00 a. m. to 12:30 p. -- pecal.ze in hard to get sizes De Luxe, TBS50D. 6 months old.
I -.th -r in front of V.ilanueva y Complete with 25 cycle power
FOR SALE-Excellent 25 cycle porce- Tejeira. 50. Fr. North Panama supply $125 00. KZ5AD, Coco So-
Slain refrigerator. Lcer rear ot Freight House Tel 2-1444 lo. phcne 659.
0844 Gavilan, 3alboa. erenir gs. - ... ....
- --A--------- -- FCR SALE: Dodge.1935. 3 new FOR SALE: 1600 VDC 25 cycle
FOR SALE: -t A complete bedroom tier I recap, good transportation. transformer. First $50.00. Phone
set, diningroom, piano, electc,] $125 00 cash 334-K, Pedio Ml- Coco Solo 8584.
I stove, refrigerator n d many guel. nyme SALE: Baby wardrobe play
household items. ITel. 3-3539, 2- FOR SALE: Baby wardrobe, play
to 6 p. m. FOR SALE.-51 Oldsmebile 88 in pen. Reasonable. 9066-A. 1 Ith.
t good condition. For information St. Sta. Isabel Apt. II, Tel 571-
FOR SALE:-L-Diningroom table n th House 334 Pedro Miguel or phone L. Col6n
2 leaves. $25.00. Women s dresser, -- --- -- --
Bookcase. Phone 4-506. FOR SALE-1950 Studebaker C0 & Pn Off d
,- p.c.n 15,000 m.les. New paint. Position O ered
rodio, plastic seat covers with S-
KW t.re.. Excellent cond-tion Call Experenced salesgirl for large estab-
a l 0 nrlm Cristobal 3-1706 5 'to 7 p. m. I.shment. Must have good ap-
|% iUIU UI Ul uIJ 4-635. pearance and references. For in-
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Your Community Station

Whbea ICJ.000 People Mea '

Today, Tuesday, Jan. 6
, PM.
3:lb--The Little Shcw
3:30-Music tor Tuesaay
4:00--Sunny Days
4:15-South ot the Border
4.30-What's Your Favorite
5:30-NEcWb (Agendas Amer-
6:35-,-What's Your Fav o r it e
(contd I
/ 6:00-Musical interlude
6:15--Hawaii Calls
6:4b-Lowell Thomas
T'v.---Qr!mme is our Business
7:45-Jam Bession
8:00--The Perry Como Show
8:15-Fred Waring and his
1 Pennsylvanians
8:30-Frankie Masters Enter-
8:45-U.P. Commentary
9:00-The Rhythm Rangers
9:30-Musaic oi huwar a arlow
10:00-Dance Music
10:15-Musical Interlude
10:30-Vailety Bandbox (BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
Mideight.-_Sign Off
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 7
*A .
6:0--81gn On-The Alarm Clock
,7:30-Morning Balon
8.15-Morning Varieties
8:30-Musical Reveille
9:15-Come And Get It
9:30-As I Bee It
11:00-NEWS (Agendas Amerl-
11:05-Off the Record (Contd)
11:30-Meet the Band
1:00-NEWS (Agencias Ameri-
1 L05-Luncheon Music
:W.20-Popular Music
kI.1-Personality Parade
r 146-Lum and Abner
S 3a.00-Three Quarter Time
2:15-It's Time to Dance
1:30-Atternoon Melodies
1. :45-Notes on Jazz

3:00-The All Star Concert Hall
3:15--TheLittle Show
S3:30-Music for Wednesday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:1-S-epia Parade
4:30-Wtat's Your Favorite
S, (Agendca Steer I
:30--NEWS (Agendas Amer-
*3S-What's Your Favorite
S eotd)
-00-9-Musical interlude
0*15-The Railroad Hou:
S:30-Ricky's Record Shop
5.4--Lowell Thomas
T-00-Over ro You (BBC
it:4i-French in the Air IRDF)
S.iO0.-Evenla Salon
-45-U.P. Commentary
..00--The Hans of Ivv yVOA)
too-The Haunting four
11:00-The Owl's Nest
l t-4tn Off
Shxzplnaten of Symbels:
OA-Voce1 of America
i-rlti Broadcasting Cor-
WIl-Radiodlffaslon rancalae

S OCTON (UFw Mrs. Pa-
* tKMuibrn has had eight
les -- al trb Caesarean sec-

FOR SALE: 51 Cushman Motor-
scooter model 54. Call or see after
2 p. m. at 101-C, New Crislobal,
or phone 3-2913
FOR SALE -Cu'.hmon motor scooter,
new paint and tires, motor recently
overhauled. has assurance and
plates 528-D. Cocoli, C. Z. or call
Balboa 2-4189.

WANTED Large. unfurnished or
semi-unfurn-shed house or apart-
ment f.-r Norlh American family
Call M..s Randino at 3-0475, 8 to

WANTED House, or apartment.
2 months or longer. Clayton 4126
after 4 p. m. or Curundu 6130,
b-fore 10 a m.
WANTED:-Two or three bedroom
house or apartment, unfurnished.
Call 3-1984.
WANTED: Furnished apartment
for American couple, near El Pan-
ama. For 6 months. Phone Mr.
Bates. 402. El Panam-.

Afttlee: Socialism

Is Asia's Answer

To Communist PerN
NEW DELHi, India, Jan. 6-(UP)
- Former British Prime Minis-
ter Clement R. Attlee said last
night there was a danger that
a'l Asia might fall under to-
talitarian rule and put forward
democratic socialism as the an-
swer to the Communist menace.
In an address to the Indian
Council of World Affairs, At-
tlee en route to the Asian
Socialist conference at Ran-
goon, Burma -said "Commu-
nism makes a strong appeal to
less prosperous pe ople."
Amid laughter, he added:"Al-
sc 1 am afraid it makes an
appeal to people who do not
like taking responsibility and
like to be ordered about. There
are quite a lot of them in the
world and we have to face
that with a vigorous and dyna-
nic policy.
"For my part, I believe that
a vigorous and dynamic policy
is a policy of democratic so-
Attlee said he believed In-
tensely in the British Common-
wealth of Nations and in a
planned economy.
"In our methods of coopera-
tion we now have reached the
stage where, I think, very large
due to technological progress,
almost every country except,
perhaps some very primi-
tive countries, has come to the
decision that they must have
a measure of planning In so-
"And that Is true even of the
United States of America that
stands Fos individualism. In
fact. although the American
people strongly believe in being
individual and do not seem to
like planning themselves, they
think all of us in Europe uught
to have five-year plans."

Winnie To Become
'First Freeman'
For Kingston Stop

lereiw we rP. M. I B 1JT,

S Real Estute
FOR SALE:-Two (2) houses with-
out intermediary. 15th. Street,
Paitillo. Tel. 3-3539. 2 to 6 p. m.
FOR RENT:-Or For Sale a house
in the country. A complete paia-
dise situated in BLUE MOUNTAIN
with every kind of comforts: Elec-
tric light, water and swimming
pool. Tel. 3-3539, 2 to 6 p. m.
FOR SALE:-$900.00 cash plus for-
tIv-month mortgage will buy two-
bedroom, furnished cottage at
Santa Clara Beach. Tel. Balboa 2-

US Envoy To Peru
Harold Tittman
Visits Isthmus

3..e6additdlui l word. '

I -4 fI~

Williams' Santa Clara Beach cot-
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockgas rangers. Balbob 2-3050.

Gramlich Santo Clara beach*
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Telphwoe
6-4fl Gomboa. 4-567 Pedfo Mi-

Wipe. Oc de cottages. Santo
Clora. Box 435. Balboa. Phtw
Ponama S. 1877. Crstobol 3-1673.


FOR RENT: Two bedroom chalet,
with baths, maid's room, garage.
$120.00. Tel. 3-0489.
FOR RENT:-Furntshed house with
three 131 bedrooms in residen'Yal
section. Tel. 3-3539. 2 to 6 p. m.

FOR RENT:-To responsible pao
nicely furnished chalet, 3 b
rooms, 3 baths; maid room, %
both; open cellar; excellent nei
borhood. 38 St. East No. 16.

rwo and five room t mished and
unluwrlshed oportnwntm private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New CrIstobaL Telephone'Colon

/ Rooms
FOR RENT:-Furnished room, pri-
vate entrance and bathroom. No.
105 Estudiante Street Apt. A.
FOR RENT: Furnished room for
bachelor. Via. Espaoo, 3 houses
after Race Track.

Young Stars Dress

Pel Dogs In Mink

Selves In Jeans
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 0 (UP) -
Certain movie actresses a r
dresaiUlg their does better tb ,a
they dress themselves, a movie
director said today.
"They get mink coat for their

United States Ambassador to poodles and then show up at the
Peru Harold Tittman, Jr., stop- studios and in the streets around
ped briefly in Panama yesterday Hollywood dressed In blue Jeans,
en route to Washington Xor con- dirty tennis shoes and ill-fittlng
sultatfon with the Department of sweat shirts." said Bud Boettlch-
State. er, who's directing "East of Su-
He was accompanied to Pana- matra" for Unlversal-Interna.
ma by Mrs. Tittman, their two tonal.
,sons and a school friend. The
young men are attending Yale e said the average woman via-
tor In Hollywood Is "amazed and
itman and the boys left by shocked' when she sees a gam-
Timanr for the States last night Mrs. orous.movie star dn her hop-
air for the States last night. Mrs. ttman will return to Lima to- ping in an old pair of slacks. hirt
Titman will return to Lima to- hanging out and no make-up.
A career officer with over 32 to lamoa moe hors a y
years in the foreign service. Am- because she ust always I
bassador Tittman has served in the public. The reas of the a-
Paris. Rome. Geneva and Hati tionlookstoHollywood for the
and was assistant to the personal trend In ashlons oas Wll asrman-
representative of the President ners "
to Pope Plus XII at Vatican City. Boetticher held firebrand Shel-
ley Winters as one of those dl-
A r R k H son rectly responsible lIt.-the "I-
ACtor Rocs kSu O don' t-care-girl" trend in fash-
BeSts Actress (The unpredictable Mss Win-
Sters has changed all that now.
In Mayor's Race Hubby Vittorio Gassma* has put
his foot down on her unconven-
HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 6 (UPI tional attire.) .

Screen star .Rock Hudson de-
feated blonde actress Marilyn
Maxwell in the race for mayor
of the 400-acre munlcipalitv of
Universal City, located in San
Fernando Valley, with film pro-
duction as its only industry.
The Universal International
actor succeeded Donald O'Con-
nor In a balloting that totaled
1984 votes.
Mary Castle, a red-haired
starlet, took office as honorary
police chief, while Jackle Lough-
:.?ry. who was "Miss United
States" in last year's Miss Uni-
verse beauty contest, won the
post of fire marshal.

Executive Board
Meets Sunday
The regular monthly meeting
of the executive board of Local
900. Government and Civic Em-
ploves Organizing Committee
(CIO) will convene Sunday at
the union's headquarters, La
Complete reports'bf the trans-
actions of the executive Iboard
will be made at the various
meetings of the Chapters and
Stewards' Councils on the At-
tlantic and Pacific sides of the

Rotary aub Resumes

KINGSTON. Jamaica. Jan. e Thursday Luncheons
(UPi Prime Minister Winston
Churchill will be made the first The Panama Rotary Club wlI
freeman of the city of Kingston resume its regular wee k ly
during his two-week visit to Ja- luncheons following the holidays
malca. citv officials said today. an Thursday at the El Panama
The British Rovernment lead- Hotel.
er plans to stay at the island A special program ba been
home of Sir Harold Mitchell. but arranged, and visiting Rotarian
said he wished to visit Kingston, are Ivited to attend.
capital of Jamaica. The luncheon wfll be at 3:4L


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4d4 irM" .ye

Other offenders a~e M9arUyr
Monroe and Jane Ruaell whI
have been seen about he studUi
lot and restaurants geued Ia
Ded.l pushers.
Those girls abouttyn who an
trying t uphold fflcI In fo01
lywood, he said, are Cl~tldett
Colbert, Irene Dunne, Barbari
Stanwyck, Loretta Ybtng ant
Marilyn Maxwell.
"They go about towp lookl"i
as though they had Atel d ou
of the latest issue ot harper'
Bazaar," he "aid. '"A of,th
newer crop of stars m do we
to follow in their footteps.

Prof. Hopper
Of Harvard
To Lecture Hiee
Professor Bre Hooer a
Harvard Univeity who? vist
vltatloom to 0aW afte "
speeches sin gish vefc.haJ
of which wl l
an address Fiday at i.
the auditorium of the

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of the B' baseball Wi" Ametica 1- thaB
..be. g aetI years or int -s.wq vetla fr a8 many NEW YORK, Jan. 6 (aT)-a
Ss AI_ alem-w e ,tmfitselh,31 to 14 little coHeg It an enmmot'ent
4e plyeve- 4 1 "d toSeeCop of ony 125 tUajtaathe win-
So "ninest basketball team 14 tht
i haves aeedma of so .Itj Oouintry tod
SeePteu Stwat first TS.u" tm w Rio Gran College of Ohip,
lrE libe ... br Dai D _fthe St_. Louis Cadinal ... tos 17 school with perfect reeo
I *WletOit" tmeaa of oa M pWis A's...and weather IordsA with 14 straight vtoria
.-.. ... ... ,this season. The tly q als
StG U.e asld uaus .In. U has the nation's top scorerin a
that a' 2t foot, nine-incbh BevoTrns.e
ru3emr4May be voted too. has averaged 44 points per
Only tMny aoft D etroit and PIhaul game. r .
oaf -M ree" Sthe f. WIt 7StS er Vent i the Only. seven maior schools boast
pta .- . perfect records.. W=ton Hall tona
-oderi k3M ythtreat, a e- that list with 13 in a row. fol,
: h lo a rin*ig owed by Southern CaUliforntes
S 'O. e"2f w lit... &ea with 10. Fordham with nine,
t he-b 9106e BOXS...and..Gabbyy BkM= of the Cleapg Connecticut with eight, Wichita
son N' wth aseNavy with six and
.O- 2- 'O.r Igeww fi with five.
SOther Include Pugoe
S. s Han un it 0 Southwest-
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Sd ora each with -
Up- And.Downh Career tybur. Pebn-
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141 in' 2:3=0 of the first round
*f t le 18-round bout In
Colseum Arena last night.
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but from the ,opening punc
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NBA Makes Quarterly Ratings;

Johnny Saxton Big Surprise

SEARS BL&NK 81, 2 TO O IN Johnny Engelke toeing the rul
PACIFIC UTTLE LEAGUE ber for the Insurancemen.
The box score:
TRAM-- Won Lost % .
Tea ... Won L s EARS- AB R H PO
tn ife .. .. .... Schwararock. 3b. 3 0 0 0
J[ Li.. ........ J. Watson, 2b.. .. 3 0 1 1
oU .. .. .... .. .Wataon. as.. .. 3 0 0 5
mn ." ...... T. Drf* a .... 3 1 0 8
lks 41 .. .. .. . 1 J. Pril-f.. .. .. 2 1 0 0
ks4 A jR Crawford, Ib 0 0 4
YES2Ms Ays RItmI I D.Esenmzl1nn cf..3 T 2 0
Seamu, 2; Elk 1414. Capwell. If.. ....2 -0 0 0
TOQDAY'S AME McKeown, p .. 1 0 0 0
LineLaif v. Felic Totals.. ..23 2 18
"f.... uW. -w. ...tS.

3o .. 3 0 1 0 1
A"ami crowd--of .... 2 0 .0 5 0 o
help get.t t u aon uDe ~1
Pre-game ceremonre ,onststd WWI$ d 0 0 0 0 0
of a ma t t fl l oDe t. Itan ...... 0 0 0
full u -, a". s ..of Totals.. 2.... 0 551 s4
as themag was r 000200-2 32
medat gy a E 14144 0 0 0 0 --0 5 2
m ia uca- Winning Pitcher MoKw
i .onk (l4) Ining Pitcher-Lewis
the SCiasJ 1.Bses onB a -
s eball of Weow L Lewi3. Two Base
blM o itteorqi five hits Rt--ienmnann. eft on Bases-
and kept' Elks from scoring xsrU 8, Elks 5. U lde*--Potter
with Ltaht i i. p Time of
the t 1nma in dan.- Gm- :0 Atlknco-- 400.
ger tlmat in as BUl Scorer-Mead.
an Q ape away and was
put agUit ...t plate trying toI LITTLE LEAGUE IC E SDAY
a AM e Re DalsRy ThI AFOE amd rPinemep
to ANK an overthrow will play their fiNt Ome of tbo
Of an ane Roy new season tomoeva at P
to V bad thow In tday ame ao
afro m No Uith a.Lper- er take on the JPill.
to Tee at Joe Cicero return* this year to
hom. t tod Islding in. manage the AFOG 14 team with
Daiso nd u atthird on the Dee Hetnselma also back in the
play ad was lindfit there as coaching role.
McKeown t the ext batter This year's Fireen team will
down n strikes r the third out. be mawd by Fred Huddleston
Aftr tu adlI Oon *Ellks with asistance frm coaches
playerV" aw ale to ch second KowGIJaw Prumnimn,
base 1kr edbartlha of the Don Randel tougt luck hurler
game. . from last year s team with a Pec-
In th mumntim, oahnny Lew- ord of two wins and sevM leses
is, an the moud rthe lkis '3 firemen's starting choice
was Xeahing te Sear men -own' while AOE will counter wit
via the. atrieout s te retiring either Alex Eberens or Harold
am batters as during "~"1 ap Felney" and
? Fe v each compiled a one win
3t ?f actt to Lew- In two los1 record last year.
lfori, runs and bal e gm tentative starting line-
as Tamy D reached sec- up$s
=and 0 to MrU on

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man 1 Pesraon. 3b
way, giving i, ebb,
walkh and Terry. as
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The National Boxlng Association
yesterday named Johnny Saxton
the met "ogical contender" for
the welterweight te in. its tri-
mestral elaS teat of ehaim-
ploas and their challengers.
The ehelee of Saxta has caus-
ed great surprise, even though
the 22-year-old New Yorker has
won all hi 34 prq bouts. As a
general rule, Saxtoa has not Met
topght ompeitlen,
Former Light Ieavyweight
Chmplia Jeey Maxln a t
even considered a illegal con-
tender for the crown he recently
let to Arhie Meete. Maxim is
listed in the "outstanding" group.
Th. list ofr champions and lg-

EGHTS Champ..n, Tigers, Bulldogs In Cage
Rocky Marciane. Logical eo-
SAasdRSon JeClash At Cristobal Tonight
sard Charlesaid

(FC.n Jeunir College.... 1 2 .333 suecessive champ
nWo T RWE(GHT5: C n a m- TOBIGM S GAMES eted trophy.
"d.r 0^, PB.f l.e a rnam0 Profv.op,
P1th, aU LSt olegDealy mn u t- es af eSn t CHS five-e1ons au

N aI.RIGfTSi. Ca (ge- la Tw bill Tomight
IWG Names Senior CiGl. 1 2 .333 suhespove cha'lownsif ald
Jimm. permanent possession of the t
WBEREG S: Chao TONIGHSfGAM tES eted trophy.

M :.Vsiygm a Panam Pro Loop
FL Y IW E IG H T S: Ch i Yo-' s tc f wthe C hr ai ctm o yo e the
highflyigegalvcontiger now over and the J.C. InvitatidPl-
Avon interachdl-aAk beaketball play (TUE STANDINGN)
FEATHESWRIGTM Chamr- will bereaumed at Cristobal High TEAM Wot Letai
afKAto. laer LGlTS l C Schol.'s home _coo"l tonight with Bluebirds .. .. .. 7 S
Ptas first gans. th tenor Vars- Bonbers ........ 5 S
Bhat To my .l ie e tt e ee n starting at 6:45 Brownles ......o 5 a
Rsseltl Tmmy Cla W e and the main event of the eve- Yankees ........ 5 4
Po. ning scheduled to begin 15 min-
SAN mEIGHTS: Chm- utes after the completion of the TONIGHTS GAMS
fBAisUIGHTs:CS) M Th- f sn. (Panama Stadium)
ple. V M 1the qleal Tonight Balboa High School First Game: Bombers vs. ril -
cotn s V Twee, rc wil travel to the Bo g.Coast and es; Second Gao e: Btlaebeds
gandeyra and Gaetano Anaalo- attempt to ata In the Interachol- vs. Yankees.
EL P .rTie:- Foarmer si. astic tray with a victory over the
FLW IGn LSMi: Champl" Yo- hh-flyin CHS Tigers. Paul A doubleheader is scheduled at
Shral. Legioa e tder,Moser's charges from Cristobal the Panama Stadium tonight
Ja '"kesTon. have been winners in the two the Panama Pro Baseba L
Past year. As a matter of fact, In the first game Pa Scane-
t CHS has yet to taste defeat un- bur will oppose Ronnie Hagler
mng rou c nh e der the able handling of Coach on the mound.
(e B Micn PaSS)g Moser. The second contest will be a
D E) The last time that Balboa met mound battle between Bill Bock-
-- Cristobal, the Bulldogs were enburv and Cookie Stempel.
EL PASO Tex Former St without th e services of one of -
LoIst pitcher Paul Dean Is the their top cage performers. Ray
new general manager of El aso Nickisher. Bay was sidelined with
in the Arlsona-exas League. two infected fingers which are V 0 s
The younger brother of Dizzy now cured, and the speedy for-
wase na~edtothe post yes- ward will be dangerous in to-
ro byf 1 Paso President Com night's encounter. With other -
tove. Dean has been general good scorers like Jim May and
manager of Lubbock of the West Stover to bolster the Balboa of-
Texas-New Mexico League for tensq. tonight's game could bring
the past two seasons. about one of the biggest upsets
HOUBTON.- Professional nit Crtstobal High will go into to-
star Geokge Riehey Is the new night's contest as favorites to
tennis coach at Riee sInstitute to- maintain their two-year streak s
W suceedinit Gulnn connelley of victories. Issac Peltynovich Many a man wishes he hednt
and Bo b Salterrwillt bim -rynd -, by I ater will ma arryhe-
was theona at n h e t-rand ng Mx power and Moser will be wJhenhehstopaformh.
profess &Ional Iat yea and cur- looking to Peltynovich and Jody .. rings home. ... _

rently it o at the Houston
Country COb.
PUTOSR o The Pitts-
bursh lrate farm system is
down to aMie teams. following the
termination of working e-
mnata with two Western ams
yesterday. The agreements were
e.de with Denver of the Class
"A" W n Lear e and lings.
Mont~m, of the Clase "C" Pon-
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C.Z. Team Takes Top Honos,

In Costa Rica Swim Meet

The swim team from the Canal S Mts. Free Style (Ml)
Zone turned in a good account of Time: t U:21.5
themselves at the Invitational in- 1-Connor (Q.Z.); 2--Ricaarw
oernatipnal swimming meet held Arosemena (Pan.): -Labrador
eeoembet 27-80 In San Jose, (Pan.i; 4--Otten (C.Z.).
Costa Rica. Competing in the I 10 Breast (WOme.)
beautiful new pool at OJo de Time: 1:4.5
Agua the Zonians splashed their 1-Jensen (C.Z.); 2--Strau
respective days to eleven first (C.Z.); 3-Kitasen (CR.I.
plAces plus two in the diving. 3233.33 Med. Relay (Mas)
The Workhorse of the boys' Time: 1:1. '1
group wasyoun Bob Connor who 1 Panama; -'- Guataala;,
covered .imelt with glory by 3-Canal Zone; 4-Costa pica.
winninr the 200. 400, 800, and 2- Mts. F. S. (Womemn
1,00 meters Iree style events and Time: 2:59J
finishing apcond in the 100 met- .1-Arline Schmldt (C.Z.): 3-
or back stroke. Bernard (N.O.); 3-Bolatos (1.
Al Sears pulled a minor Opset R.); 4-Crosby (C.Z.).
when he o ut-butterflied Saenz of 1I Mts. Back (Mea)
Panama to COD the 100-meter Time: 1:16.5
breast stroke race. 1-Rodman (Guat.i: 2-Con-
Arline Schmidt accounted for nor iC.Z.i; 3-Bernl (Pan.); 4-
three firsts as she outswam the Sears iC.Z.).
field to win the 100 and 200 met- 150 Mts. F. 8. (Men) -
era free style and the 66-meter Time: 22:494
back stroke. Jo Jensen in the I-Bob Connor iC.Z.i; ,-Jeq.
100meter breast stroke for worn- ge Barcenas (Pan.i; 3-Rodrig
en outdistanced the others to win Arosemena (Pan.); 4-Knrique
this event. Ida Straus added two Barrero C.R.i.
second places to the team score 10 Mis. F. S. (Womem)
as she placed in the 100 free style Time: 1:15.4
and 100 breast stroke. 1-Schmidt (C.Z.); 2-Strai!
Merry Mallan. the diving queen (C.Z.); 3 Johanna Berwm4
of the Canal Zone kept her laUr- (New Ortaznsi; 4-Maira oa '
els intact as she walked off with ios iC-R.i.
the first place trophies in both 100 Mts. Breast (Mean)
the 3-meter springboard and the Time: 1:23
5-meter platform diving events. 1-Alson Sears (C.Z.): 2-Lr-
erito Saenz (Pan.i; 3-Jimmpy
The results of the events of the Morris (C.Z.,i; 4-Oscar Crus C.
three-day meet follows: R.U. i .A
3x33.23 Mto. F. Re day (Wemea
100 Meters Free Style--Men TiUM: I: 4-
Time: 1:04.1 I-C.Z.: 2--C.R.: 3-C.Z.
1-Bernal (Pan.): 2-Cruz (C. 21 Mis. F. (Mom)
R.): 3-Arosemena IPan.); 4- Time 32:31.
Morris (C.Z.). 1-Connor (6.Z.), 2-Vatdea
6a." MIa. Back Stroke (Women) (Guat.); 3-Arosemena (Pit.);
Time: :5 4-Labrador (Pan.).
]-Schmidt IC.Z.); 2-Crosbv 4xlU Mts. F. S. Relay (Meb)
3-Walston (C.Z.j; 4--Sorrell Time: 5:27.6
(C.Z.). ]-Panama: 2-Canal Ze|a*
3x03.3 Mts. Med. RelaV 3--Ouatemala.
(Women) Time: 1:21.6 Final Feiat Standinp
1-CZ.; 2-C.Z.; 3-C.Z.; 4- TEAM- Men We. Toa
Costa Rica. New Orleans .... 1 5 6
4M Mts. Free Style (Men) Guatemala ..... 16 0 18
1-Connor (C.Z.); 2-Ricardo Costa Rica .. .. 8' 11 19%,
Arosemena (Pan.): 3-Labrador Panama ...... 48 0 48
(Pan.,; 4-Brubacker (N.O.). Canal Zone.. .. 401,2 57 9T7%

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Your income Tax
NEA Income Tax Expert second of 14 articles in NEA';
IZih r--.-. come Tax Primer
Everyone regardless of age prepared b,
or citizenship residing in the Richard A. Mul
United States who has a gross lens, to -ntcl
income in 1952 of $600 or more Washnto tal
must file P. ta-- return. author an
This article explains what Is NEA's Ineom<
meant by "gross income" so you tax expert. Th(
can tell whether you have $600 primer Is de-
or more. Ant: if you must file it signed for usc
tells which return is best to use with the offlela;
for reporting that income. tax rule pam-
'pross income"'means all in- phlet, to show
come which must be reported on you, in the av-
your return. If you look at the erage taxpayer'r
middle of page 5 of the official anguage, h o w
Instructions, you will see exam- to arrive at the
pies of income which must be re- lowest correct tax with a mini-
ported. mum of effort and maximum
If you have income of $600 or of ease.
more from any of these Items, *
then you must file. Notice that received $240 from the Veterans
pae 5 also has a list of income Administration as a disability
items which should not be re- payment. Must I file a return?
piorted. These items are not in- A. No, your taxable income was
eluded in "gross Income." only $500 so you are not required
Even though your gross income to file a return. However, if an
Is less than $600, it will pay you tax was withheld from the 5,
to file a return if any tax was file a return and the tax wll be
withheld from the earning you refunded to you.
did get. Many students who work
during the Summer and others Q. Does the Director of Inter-
who work part time earn less nal Revenue's office charge for
than $600 yet have some tax giving tax advice?
withheld from their pay.
They will have the withheld A. No. But if you have a ques-
tax refunded if they file a re- tion, go early y and avoid the last
turn. And you can still claim minute crowds.
your dependents even though
they file a return to get back Q My wife and I are living a-
# the tax withheld on earning of part. May we file a joint return?
les than $600. A. Yes, sc long as you were not
ao theM whe must file, the separated in 1952 by court order.
Saz.t i~ m is: which of the Remember, both of you must
ibrems should be used. sign the return.
Peae $. .section called "How Q. My wife and I split up in
to0 hn our Return" bei- April, 1952, and In January, 1953,
nt g ,3 odthes ru we were divorced. May we file a
pamphlet. This describes.Form joint return?
10o0A, Short Form 1040 and Long
Form 1040 and tells who may use A. Yes, because you were not
each. elly separated or divorced n
Those of you with incomes un- eally sKeeparated or divorced in
der $5000 will find it helpful to that. Ke each must include his in-
fill out the form printed with t hat each m t int return and-
this article. It automatically tells om is liablthe or the whole tax.nd
you which return to use. Q. My husband died in Jan-
If your Income is $5 000r nary, 1952. May I file a joint re-
more, you must use Long Form turn?,
11M0. A. Yes, provided you did not
Married persons have to decide re-marry in 1952; If you re-mar-,
whether tc file a joint or separ- tied, then you can file a joint
ate return. If there Is any doubt return with your present hus-
about whether or not ou 9X baud.
married In the eyes of the Bu- nd-
reau of Internal Revenue, the
oftfcial instructions on page 4 Poetess Wins
make the rules clear.
In all but a few isolated cases Fourth Aw ard
it advantageous to file the Award
jpliijreturn.Theoitan di EW YORK, ian. 6
emi ptIon Inb
.nd wifie s6vCe large Incomes and The Poetry Socety of Ameica
capital losseS are involved. This annoUn eth Bhop tof .R de Jas
will be fully explained In the ato a b awarioded theJa-
ninth article which tells how to 1952 pshe Memorial Award
S ort capital gains and losses which carries a cash grant of
Unmarried persons who are about $800 a year
headss of households now get a IMias Bishop, a native of Worr.
tax break. This i fully dis d center, Mass., has won three
n. the fourth article. The their other awards.
article tomorrow deals with the
important subject of claim- She was awarded the Hough-
lag exemptions. ton Mifflin fellowship in 1945.
TAX RIMR Q. & A. a Guggenheim fellowship in
1947 and a glant from Bryn
Q. I earned $500 In 1952 and Mawr College in 1951. I

Unemployed Adlai

Primer: Article 2

(If yeo mle ajelat
1. Do you barve
interest, medical
than 100 of a
expln all about t
should fleon L
"No" go to the
2. Did you have
dividends, entire
Withholding Sta a
If your answer
should file on S
*"No" go to the
8 Did you have
dividends and inte
If yoi answer
should file -o I
Is "No" go to
4. Do you have an
(Fifth article
If answer is "I
Form 1040. If
5. Are Yem the be
(Fourth rti
head of ~ hou
you should f-N
answer Is "No

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Wreck Of Aift
Ireland, .Jan. 6 --(UP
era today used gelger
to try to find a lead
training 70 pbunda of
tbiv radon seeds that
In the British Uuro
ways "Viking" crash t
27 here last night.
The lead pot was ln>
box that is presumed
Experts hope that the
was strong enough to
strain of the crash
heing split and then
easing the radon see
This new hazard
difficulties of salvage

ET -gage and ewuipment
To Tour Far East wreckec.
SThe radio active
ment (which has an
number of 86) was
6Northern Ireland their
SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Jan. 6 ambitions," termed his trip a ter, at Purdysburn. It
(UP) --Gov. Adlal E. Steven- "purely personal thing," some- patched by the Min
son yesterday announced plans thing he's wanted to do for Supply. /
for an extensive foreign tour years. The airline's chief
aimed particularly at gaining "This is something I wanted officer Peter Masefleld
first hand knowledge of the to do for years and this seems ers flew to Belfast fo
war-torn Far East. to be the logical time to do it, the-spot Investigation
when my present Yob ends nd tragedy.
Stevenson, whose term as g6- before starting out on a new The Ministry of Sup
vernor ends Monday, 'said he one," he said. radon seeds had a "sh(
hopes to leave by March 1 on But when a newsman asked active life" and an
a three-month journey to Ja- if it wouldn't give him know- enced person handling
pan, India, Indo-China, Koreh ledge helpful in his position as would "probably receive
asd may continue around the titular head of the Democratic slight dose of radio-i
world. party, he said. They were destined
The defeated Democratic pre- tient at the therapy c
sidentlal candidate denying he "I think this trip obvibusly tient at the therapy c
has any "political plans or would help me understand our
problems in the Orient. It would *
e W~be necessary If I were to con-
ke uf Wmnsor world affairs." "
S:t Stevenson, whose four year
0C ( term expires next Monday, also
told reporters he had no "poll-
Stcal plans or ambitions," either I Iw O
to run for President or for gov- w
Sw H s ernor again. WAS INGTO
SHe said he has received ma- (USI .-- The program
LONDON, Jan. 6 (UP) The ny Job offers, but hasn't made nical assistance WLa
Duke of Windsor was reported any decision about his future lea has beentth 'mod
today to have paid five ounds career, and won't until his trip S. Point Four aotlvitli
($14 for five West African completed. rest of the world, st
pennies -the only coins minted He -wlls move to his farm second report of the U
with his likeness during his at Libertyville. Ill., next Mon- gress of the Mutual
brief reign as Edward ViI. day, he said, then take a va" Agency.
The coins, worth about three cation of about two weeks in the mTe report potuts
American cents each, were ac- West Indies. the program now be
:uired by linotype operator, N. By March 1 at the latest he ducted In Latin A
. A am a on of Lancashire, hopes to be on his way to the through the Institute
while was a Royal layy sig- ar East. Amerian 'ffalrs had
caller stationed in West Africa He said he does not intend over ten yearsaWl Ni
Sabortly. before Edward resigned to make regular speeches to the the report state ac
after his S-day reign. people as leader of the op. pose of techn l eo
The coins came to the at- position party, but" shall "cer- iLatin America has
tention of the duke when a toly speak infrequently when teach people how tol
Iazcashiree newspaper reader botha suitable occasion ando s,0 ow to 1i0tall
a4ed what coins were minted something useful to 'say con- clMesi, how to-gro
Im the ft reign and Adamson verge." nd better food, h
tlhineb he would send him a- ris defeat for President was prove sebhool systM
West African penny with the due to three factors, he said- acquire vocational
bg shown In profile. the Republican slogan "It's time i additn, the o
Surl e itpping agency i for-tor a change,' the Korean war Point Four atU
arded tem o the d u k e and "a Republican candida lAmerica now l
his cret wrote to 'A- whose name was a households "tance In
haomsmatfing t I he would sell word." rlZ e e. -t-
CoWsh t Stevenson said he has cot tatio and
S. sen mt them to thertracted to have a book of cam. dtal"tad ,
mansion and left pign speeches published, MSd qSues, B
0 0 ,L to him. The se-I laf to compile it and write and Oter 0atWates
him five pounds a foreword shortly after he t, economic. deveA u
-. ,leaves office. U. tecnltebAs

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The -CIO Tansport Workers
.4 Union lasued a vellet threat to
iedDieoms for eontrlhutlels, yB NO cripple New York's vast subway
xpens, etc. whichiotal me ir network yesterday as millions of
Income? (AWrtes9adO 10 0 0 L New Yorkers, already deprived
(AdededLde-) ld1of bus transportation by a five-
eae ddteu) / day strike, jammed the under-
Is "Yer "top rigt here. You ground trains.
oift Form 1040. If answer is ,
,next question. The union, which called, the
bus strike New Year's Day, of-
more than $100 Income from YES NO cially denied pny union plans
t or wages" not ihow a aslow down or halt subway
re t? wains, but It hinted broadly the
tTs aubways Would be next I a
is "Yes" so no further. Youw new er advertisement head-
hort Form 140. If anwa r si 04,: Will rBus Strike Stop Sub-
Snext question. lL?" /
,any inc-es beeidem wag, YES NO
"Yes" .o no o Mo$s dgh W is
Short, Form 1 C00. MiVta:
next questioned V
y dedutibletravel peses? YES NO Aftr 3-
expla..s travel deductione.) n
Yes" you should file oA Short 11 a M J
you answer "N go to next Prime nster Mo ham m ed
Mossadegh won an overwhelm-
.o k d. W .n ..-ate of confl4dece eL the
Sof a ho hol? Y8 NO i rament) troubled
eI, explains who qualifies as nU y ter three o
gihold.) If answer Is s ea" is e ion pd political radlsn
Son Shol rt Fom 1 t ix, ourw of the 65 deputies
Ie on Shortom M.040, It amone
Suse Form 1040A. Moadeh an one
,., 'The vote of confidence came
after.Mosadegbh perspally

eand soo jred And arrested
counters rce officers ad with asto the last to the nation
pot con- ?he todN in the t litak bop t S *
rado-c awpt h ahead- tbe tweets Mosldeh
were lost lined rltorous Yanks believed and s p onents
e Fltyn eP Korean .-. been k
I id l ord pora nsW mneh waned an arrested

Itt were flyg Mi s over stre fhtg nd ing
cOKYT Ja.. itrneP)-AOer -m and in te holy of Qm

coun after recovfficering romad histh amston- 2o 6lasttM' d0 Da1

Force la complete unable to
conaign- comment on ihe 3ya. S the
n atomic s mt of the countryy sa
for t hk e The Tokyo newspaper said ccoran of Q revewpsr -
apy cen- that American Air lorce ofpfirce t Al MCAed rleae.
was dis- had met and tlked with thek bo yCe of

strey of rebels during a t t "soldiers at Ir
SKong, where the Rf d pilots suln t refiernles
executive posedly are sent for rest. aiataonaAin.
and oth- _Kra. Idle.
r an on- aAir 'Forcetest als dispt to

otply said KNOXVILLE Thin. (UP) .--. lY..
ort radio- R., Blair explained away reeot
ngtem "returned" a $25 ca bond. Bt p et dep i.es,
e a very he couldn't sway officers wle at Wtth Mohadegh WO
activity caught com up with I n after f to lr r to

for a ing that Blair had psted we MBrtishowned hus
anter. bond at the time of his arrest. m
enter. .bond at the time of his arrest. ':lwelsfdlons. ___

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t te- of each Point Fourpot ac
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el for U. the various Latin Amerisar ..
s in the countries are able to lid
ite" the c0iplete responsib~lty.
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for advt" d training tI
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