The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01802
 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.
 Record Information
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: AA00010883:01802
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The Pacific Civic Council is protesting the Pano .
Canal's construction program, and went on record at-"
meeting last night as pushing for a type of d i Al
which will be adequate for large families, and have IS
sonable rents.
Officers of the council said today they were
ed over the following situation: e in
1) Some 33 duplexes now being erected in .i -
despite the fact that .15 apartments of the some
built in the new townsite of Corozal proved so usnut
factory to employes that they are still standing
2) Despite previous protests made by the
six months ago, the Canal persists in building these.
desirable" quarters. (
3) The administration is now planning to erect PM
dominantly this type dwelling in the newly cleared ear
in the Flats.
Contracts 4n.this project have not ea yet beImea i
As one council member summed it up, "It tw
short-sighted tp keep building hoses thet .dot'ep,.
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more such duplex aWtrtmenti shall be "multiple" dwe
being erected j.l DPablo by from now on.
litmlan Constructor. Civic council members co
Plans are being drawn up to te that even multiple-typ
construct this type of house in dwelllne can be erected meov
the Flats area In the near fu- atilafatorily than 4Ia now be
ture. done.
* The runner-up for'the "most
disliked" type of house is a forr- Typ M Sad 339,. they .M
bedroom duplex known as type weam e seOptaMe to en.
WS. which rehts for $22.65 a Y. wth large famles edly
week. thee was a "very aIbsta '
OWeatlonS given by employes (Coatimued em' PaFg C*L 1
are ope fe fennts include:
1) The h rentals-.
2) Ua 9. hey, Panamar efaf re
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3) A O ne "tob-ike" ef- H
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4) Only one tO fot fr maids of
boe apartments apd no mas
5) Lou of apac e used by the The hpa Golef CU
houses being built clOS to Uthe boM Ifts anal N _'gIubIt.
ground Instead of up high ,o l .tight at the Cmb I W."
the ground. the Golf HeMihtO.
6) Rent on these dpltxee Is 'The finamee a bebstaed ll
almoe) th same as the rent am next year wl be m :
the more-desirable cottages. All members ar m
Thq Paiefic Civic Couneil said tend.

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said has lef seven out of yvery.
10 persons "undernmourisd"

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delegates of the united Nato
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in Rome.
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and the tribe consqene .
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Peter Edsn -a tIn cC at
aPdoun u .a' A "NELSON O U..V-LL IN a .N-E
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I Pames, eencstWNoranTIVeS OS I A P P OIV'FR INC t
a4 MAnrtlRIN AVE NMw YORN 417 N V
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name of Attorney General Herbeartr b
Brownell has been dropped into h
T H E M A IL A a the political hat as a new Republ. lthie ati"e. .w,'.. e
can presidential possibility for a e o W-
SaIl pob e k r cr ae e 1956. This speculation comes as a thi e
The sMal pacs en ofen torum readers th e Panom Am result of the New Yorker's grab.- Ulu.t -
*e l Leoters ae received geratafully and are handled sin a wholly conit. bing the S t e B Dball on the Harry Dexter .i)
Sdeatil mnnsc. White spy-charge play, and InSea- sa er thcW" .1
If yO ctas tribute a letter don't be mniatient it itL it doeSn't hPpeea tse ing a wide end run around the a
maet day. Loeters are published in the order r recese. McCarthy hne anti-Communjit in-he o .
Ple ase ty to keep the letters limited to one page length20 terference. At the attorn sen-
Identity efetter writers a held in strictest confidence. real's office, it is said that th .
SThis newspaper assumes no responsibility tor statements o pi,-r Subject has not been mqntioned. .t
depressed in letters from readersS i following reports that Gov.
,- o Thomas E. Dewey of New i abYork eem'. .
would not run for re-election, there n
SAMERICANS' PROPERTY PRGTECTED IN THE INfE RIOR has been some talk that' .Browne l .e o e raelit daoeer, tete o id-
might be a candidate for the goev-. rma amm t? w a was total
ir: ernorship. When a tked aboutAjhe bas rud. not fn nonT raage ut ae- o was t
S For.Col, Bolivar Vallarino, Chief Panama Nationi Police. fused comment. e rl.- bgis'
The undersigned, American residents of the Canal Zone, wish Brownell served -five terms in g r a' p the ipl/til
to leave for the record the praiseworthy action of the Panama- the New York legislature and their i P t e
nian police in the city of Santiago when we went through there quit politics as an officeholder u11- a *must "oee ian-se
on a return trip from the Volcan. til he was appointed "attorney gen u ni e; t
Arriving at Santiago, we parked our station wagon in front eral by President Eisenhower. But w tee m !
of the Plaza Hotel and left all our personal effects inside the he has managed Governor Dew. ai at M
evehclecy's campaigns, and served as Re- evasion. i
vehicle publican National Committee W. v2 Ambasiat it k t
A police officer, noticing the manner in which we had chairm-n. He took a leading part4.eAn t 1 4a bae
left our property, took it under safekeeping, courteously getting .theRepublicano.asta te --
he oods6 I on f or President Eiosenhower at the
Sus a note to call at the police station for the return of the goods.o u rti 0" forPse Een
In his office Captain Rios explained that he had instructed lcagr. tease i ths hrewad clo wt o- "g
b~ila men to be careful in checking visitors' cars so nothing might est operatedors one of the GO. shrewd- am a ter to mome to e
be stolen and to insure the safekeeping of property. HEARING ON DAVIES Kreat ta i m.' v T-
We congratulate that institution under your command and Secretary of State J'ohn Foster ,an t mprgm? 9 i.Abs
Captain Rios for the worthy action referred to, as well as the Dulles has declared that examinat 9 tutes nolee so he dod5t b
police officer who took core of o1tr belongings, but whose name tion of the record in the John Pat-o -eA.O cle hs | lov mt
a we unfortunately do not know. ton Davies case would be com- for tiahs. -
pleted by the end of the year, but IH.
John R. Thomson rhis is only the first step. It will. TUA N T REMI"IN
Abraham Dalsey take months to go through all the . l
proceedings of again clearing or tfe r li two .
Discharging the State Department w w hd the.t a wc aiel- t
career man. 4 a ... ," ..n allthi eem t o -r
TO THE SHELTERS, MEN! What takes so long is that Da- .. .. ayt Britain could lead oe Hi
vies has served in all parts of the-cc.. world i(' ddln't peri Ia t yp g.t
Bir: world Russia, Germany,. China itaelf ti : .`fHB a i nprtme on-'
and Latin America. Full field in- .nitself- -5
S Well folks, you won't have to wait for some wild-eyed Commie vestigations -must be made at ev Te li back
to drop an A-bomb on you. The boys at Balboa Heights are ery place he served. The 2000-page ".to London mb was a "
eventually going to accomplish the same purpose. Most of their record of these investigations is ma h -...... .ondo
economy moveshavebeen justpetty and ineffective, but the l now aboup t complete. Next step is . P manrn
..le albrief. BY 401 UARKI Frin(
It has been customary until a few days ago, that when a ship The record will then be examin-- ." ollyt wa wnton
passes through the lock chambers, four local rate men walk along ed by Security Administrator W. ln ited to tea b, Mr. Mbomb had .
the walls with lines leading to the ship so that if a locOmotive R. Scott McLeod of the State De. -winedo'e epy mr This t e
wire breaks (and they do break) these men can take a rope moor- apartment. If the evidence war- Captain W.W. (pronounce "Wub- tain Kadb bal Joe Curran, strictly ship w O- "rtol-is e d Uqilrai Ast
ing line from the shio to the wall, to hold the ship in position rants, he may recommend that be- You Wubble You") KUne, a the NMU. s bosun on a fashion, bea ,s*' dancing capital t he .i
mnd keep her from striking the wall. These men make a fabulous Davies be suspended. lusty buddy of mine has just re- ship. Undd"..le, Curran drove wid de lady osk ,M .jide. phowiy 'e p I ne ct f ,l. / Miif
wage about s50c. per hour. If suspension is ordered, tbhe gov- tired from service with the Ameri- the crew p hard that the crew This meant th was policy t trying t dvIn. isectwpellt t
Well, some genius has decided to save the meagre pay of these ernmient has 30 days in which to can E rt Lines, after so many hated Curan. dancing on th, These g s ei
local rers. So, if you hear an extremely loud explosion so give Davies a copy of the charges. years being a skipper that you What I loved about Wubble-You was taking mst. of the rolls. Churchill, iseslower,
locday, it will probably be a tanker carrying propane or casion some a he case then goes before a Se canno t imagine how much ocean Wubble-Yet wkas' his sailing-ship Wbble-o bbeYou hase a trie c tert
day, it will probably be a tanker carrying propane or casing head curity hearing Board of three non- he has looked at,-and I wold like attitude about modern iron ships. t ry that- da ,romancinal Lsona Fr
g. State Department government of- to gle the old opy a little 5eadoff. Bill knew all about radar and io cnaeipane-dri stamp-collee- thnt l t,
The small Darticles of debris will be concrete from the locks jicials for a sort of trial. Not higsentimental, elthe. ran and knobs and stuff, but be ting a uakin p models kee able, i=t to in-
plus assorted crew members, locomotive operators, and maybe The Security Hearing Board then Bill Kuhne was a German boy still did a 24-hour stand on deck a man, young, i f u. thwo in a ps
even a pie of 'the governor and some voting congressman. prepares an advisory opinion. This who went to sea as a nipper when when the fog was going, just as did little caviar, to e ha adal
The Panama Canal Company hrs nothing to sell except a decision then goes to Secretary he was about 13, as I remember. my other seagog her a Per hi share of ad a ak at
safe transit to ahy vessel with the price of admission. They will Dulles for final decision. There as He made his ,license i mber before der Oae f Frng sea. w P ea anh has ar i oualbly. &.
offer a transit, but they're rapidly eliminating the safety factor. no appeal from his finding, he made it in steam. H was mate wifeai I waT a M W I. 1i bee nh
eIS FAVORITE ANSWERS at 17 Skipper in his first 20s men were an 119 to trust gad- wle
-Safe T. First Defense Speretary Charles Wil-He would -be about 06 -years old gets.' They needed the feel 91 a off ome by -c
son is developing some favorite now, and, while he probably wM -bhip Usetk thriv feet, .
answers to the questions he is ask- enjoy himself for the next 35 year, ran it frm ithe o sble sol d P e. Vo
ed most frequently. I wis had kept him at se'. -,. sr* f .. s me -
When anyone asks him about He has areaa' informed me of big Willie ktne l ene- of tn e ne -or D
SGnKK ext year's military budget he plans to live to be a 10 years old. Internationalists. He knows every- anyw -tre, reeie .
T RGsays, 'You -know,i I'm stll *e- ... ... .. body af over the world. His god- sonEecomea 24M c.i. 'tt
mRendously Impressed by the size The Bremerhafen boy is spl children, alone, yake .up ,aIood a lovely rsome ina p rte l
ota billion dollars. That's why I cial breed of cat that maybe ee portion of Export a as e l ta n however,
wouldn't want to give you a figure won't see too much of from now when ty go on oneypoons D brant until he -bits that 100 m to have the side. track.
that might be a billion or two off." on. He fought his way up from the years la, Willie Kuh is also He is the last of a breed.
When asked whether the Navy fo'c'sle, and until the unions ca e one of the true hepp one%, Ie my randpa Cat. Olsenwe DIL)' oa t
will be permitted to build another and got sensitive about the Old speaks in the c bles eo9 pln ess. the .T-ast ot a IV 2, g ldoithI s ae ls e
super-carrier he replies, "Before I Man taking a puneh at a malit- Everything he likes is either the breed Iwould hav, greatly McC A 11rb a an .
ban answer that I like to find out gemr' Wubbile Y .a Wubblie Yea "eat's py-ya n ", "the t'soaPe- to haVar o r F,
if the person asking the question was te boy to use his fists. ow, or s' mis t amuin' or It rer
has any relatives in the Navy. He was the master, in a ades, in "most amazing' ". and seeorned softness and was on
That makes a bi g different the old sense of master .ot ship. He is a greatt dancing man, and 1k cnutat to take the lab time e senate from
this carrier business." W nI was at sea with him he great lady s man. One time whirn- well as the prerogatives attacks the Ste mD-
EW-STAMP IDEA m ate Igely al6ne and had, no was making a run with him as the' -easter. atas ...a te
rPostmaster General Arthur Sum coapress with his assistants. Only Excambion, he was the only man ,' ppy retirement, Wu l s
merfield my have latched onto as the chief engineer was of sufficient able to dance because the ash ip was, Wbble-yot If I ever try
nsew-stafmp-sal.es gimmick to ease di-social status to get any light con- roltag nncl horribly. He copfded that enough to -He boat sign' p ea
1t. Wqism l lvhe Gen. George Pattonal veat~o out of The Old Man. Cap.- the ei qette .In this matter wi s en as delef l, Yw.- a
cOnautnldktitve stamp was issued, ..no..
Id was swamped by de-
Pentagon generals for. rsiaI'
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16V ws o q deed thereshouladmp 1 J
suio We outstanding general of _. e B
every. West Point class, and the .- .
outstanding admiral of every An- Moust Americans have understa o that amount to propou a verdict of "ulity MI
.tpol ls FIGHT controversy wasa vital _t.eir way of hte. proved.b nd be on sha -ground.
Ambas Henr y Cabot But lately the word "con 11" his. COMeO to r biFrlng a ap vidualffom lOf
Lodge's spgeh to the United Na- be virtually an epithet- appearancee hasM the effect on thea
tons on Coq unit atrocities in To utter this word may gvh then 4fl4 mind. Why not
Korea was probably the longest he to bar a speaker from u But thqre ,re o ,' u ly, who are :
ever delivered, but there was a torium or a university halL 7 %MI-XSI.ft, convinced in particular cases that charge -'DL
reason.A irt foo' to-keep a public fgu subversion atS true. 'Thoe may. in (set be!, L.
first draft was prepared by thq rformer off the radio san ti.the Isdividuass in questIon#e-e
m.', Pentagon for delivery on the day o the most part, rd a & Yet for 0Ife reason or anti _., __.!___._"_'_....____
the Army released its pictures and cloak for other things.,selv n to say b l !. .
reports. Ambassador Lodge didn't the b ourig e to l
like the manuscripts. The next pr*o- The people who find it thrown .at them are Whose behav | ,a t uldsa
posal was to bave Secretary of h nderly pe optlividuals suspwto4 ofl .omnmunll.m or lent of ub
Presents: Ar'iy Robert T. Stevens issue the COmiist sypathles. Vei often, however, behind Uhe wds
-text as a news release, but that he s eriot dedith so. ju on heve eh e. .
idea I-' e.:.e was abandoned. *ic r s s b t ustice.of.the r-l d 4 '
A,* sepeechp1 at something dor Boare of those who invoke th term hcontro- They .t. .h.

C E N T R bad ever at veil- t btsei

PR o On the ior pitch they con- that they would deny b! S outlet, they demoor. g-: l achie"
ePAT 'BRIEN ted. ought in logic to at ..he the real reaaonns ed'th..s a: I .ts5 hitter do
RANDOLPH SCOTT any or then We" r ht this would who woul h it wit'evil co-notations.

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Tell all your customers that I will arrive at ANTONIO'S. INNOVACION,
Thursday, Dec. 10th, and that they should bring their little boys and
girl to the store from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. where I can personally speak to
each one and give them a surprise treat. I know that there will be so
many youngsters to see me, that in order to talk to them all, I will stay
ever In Panama Friday and Saturday, and will be in your store from 4
p.m. to 6 p.m. on both.-days.



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written for NEA Servic (OUP -- A 45-year-old grand-
Written for NEA Service mother was married today to a
i 17-year-old who is younger thar
.one of her six children. The3
NORTH (D) 2 said they 'desperately wan
NORTH (D) 2 people to understand."
SAJ 5 4 3 Mrs. Ann Statum, a divorce,-
SK76 and teen-ager Clarence Hoit*
SK J were wed at the county couri
WEST A Q J house after Houk's father signed
WET EAST the marriage license for his son.
S2 4 K 10 97 Houk gave his bride a big hug
VA 108o32 VJ54 'after the ceremony and immedl-
746 *186 332 ately reoi.rned to his job at a
K 1084 3 seed company.
SOUTH -"We know we'le goin; against
6 Q6 oubilc opinion." the bride said.
K Q9 "But we want people to under-
AQI0 stand it took courage to finally
6497652 meke this step."
Both sides vul. She said she "fought against
North East Reuth Wet lo'ain.'" Houik
I 6 Pas 2N.T. Pass The oldest of Mrs. Statum's a lx
3N.T. Pan Pass Paus children is 19-year-old Billy Bta-
Opening lead-V3 'turn. a Marine private and the
father of a two year-old daugh-
Houk said of the children:
Rtjdge players of all qualities, "I want them hurt as little as
bo high and low, will welcome possible. But we're poing to be a
th V4econd Book of Bridge," by family ar.d whatever happens.
Frdy Sheinwold. He %rote his we'll face it together."
"Fi4*t Book' a year ago for teen- ____
agea a~d other beginners, and it T 1n J
provd so popular that he wrote i l TA r Finds
this follow-up. Iwee l ll nn
It is entirely on the play of the 'Almost Perfectl
cards. for those who have played *l* v l *
the game a little and want to know Rils
when to play which card and why. CoUnIIrnIf BillS
Today's hand, and its analysis, is Vu llll VIl
quoted from Sheinwold's book. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 10
SIUPi A bank teller who
"West opens the three of hearts found two $5 bills with the same
and you can count your tricks. You serial number was credited to-
will make at least one heart, one day with discov erlng a "near-
spade. three diamonds, and one perfect" series of counterfeit
fa$t club trick. Since the total is bills.
only six tricks you must look for a Don Kleindorfer said he bc-
way to develop threat additional lame suspicious of the *feel" of
tric a bill and compared It at rar.-
"The spade suit is good, but the.dom uith another in the same
clhb suit is still better. You must'stack
develop )our additional tricks by Both had serial n umber
taking club finesses and by estab. 128852365A. Both were counter-
lishing your long clubs. Having feit, Secret Service officials said.
mad3 your plan you play a low George B. Loy. in charge of
heart from the dummy. East plays the local Secret Service office,
the jack, and you take the queen. said a tavern uncovered a third
note In the series today with the
"You lead the deuce of clubs same number.
trom your hand, West pla)s low, The thrie were said to bei
and you follow up your plan by printed from plates never befotcz
finessing dummy's jack. East nat-iuncovereJ They were described:
rally ?lays his three of clubs, and as extremely deceptive" anni
your finesse succeeds. "almost perfect'
"You are going to need entries -
to i hand. su you lead the nine I M| II
of diamonds from the dummy and JII IIaIII TakesY
win with the ten of diamonds ,in.l- S T a
your own hand. This puts you in a
position to lead another club from inl Ste pT ward
your hand. You finesse dummy's'
ygen, and East discards a dia|Leaving Husband
SNEW YORK. Dec. 10 Icee
#'When all other methods of suit skating star Sonia Henle reveal-
ablishment fail. you must sim--ed today that she has removed
pl ead the suit an d let the enemy a doev fre*:e and ohter personal

club "final step en our separation"
"Wc:t returns the eight of spades, The blonde star said she re-
and yo. hastily put up dummy's moved cloth.'s. cameras, drape-
a You must not risk the finesse. ries china and the freezer from I
'you allowed East to win a spade ICardiner's ancestral East Hamp-
trick, he would return a heart ton. N Y.. estate last Thursday
through you. and West would im- With the aid of her mother.
lediately take four heart tricks to Mrs. Selma Henie a private de-
dee t the contract. t.?cLive ano an East Hampton
police official.
"This is a new principle. Some- "My husband did not protest
times you must not 4tke a finesse. the removal of my possessions.
It is foolish to endanger your eon- but t wouldn't describe him as
tra.-' by finessing when you can happy about it." Miss Henie
make sure of your contract by re- said at her hotel. **He'll miss
fuaing the finesse." that deep freeze."

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13 Network
14 Cuts off
15 Place
16 Indians
18 Eating away
20 Goddess of
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22 Green is its
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26 Hireling
27 Lawless
30 Communion
32 Scratch
34 Musical .
35 Musical
36 German
37 Try
39 Without (Fr)
40 Crescent
41 Through
42 Writing
45 Getting up
49 Everywhere
51 Bother
52 Quote
53 Pit
54 African
55 Otherwise
57 Eagle .
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Household AutomobiUbs Tr Miscenaw eou_ -tm. .o
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FOR SALE:-Rock Gas Refrigerator, FOR SALE:-1952 Ford VS Tudor INVITATIO fW W 3 it. -
$75. 25 Cyl. washing machine, Sedan. Custom, radio exllent (Construttion Caitt on Also
45; 25 Cyl. 12" blade.fan, $20; condition. 0429-B, Venado St., December 1. 1953H an
45; 25 Cyl. 12"water cooler f, $2 0;5. Globe nn. Projects Nos.53-105 n St. Thon S in Cp eu muntan .
25 Cyl. water cooler, $25. Globe Ancon. ___ h5Rbo 1389
Champion Transmitter, with 10 FOR SALE: Chevrolet Panel 1 V2 Cix r nse corktoSle hermo
15 20 mete c and 10 meter on nquire at No. 21, Juan B. Virgin Islnds Grolich Snto Clr h cottage.
beam complete, $185.00. 770-D, Soso Street.VSnta Clara 96fh ottage
alboa. Te. 2-3148. oso treetAs noted herein for each school ad/ electric retrigeratfon, ~s stoves.
OR SALE.-M t srifice, leaving. FOR SALE:-1952 "Morris Minor," or section, moderate rates, Phon 6,441 or
FOR SALE:-Must sacrifice, leaving low mileage. Telephone Balboa Office of Territorie4 4-567,
S2 new E. Westinghouse 7 and 359 Deportment of the er
"7 '2 cu. ft. 60 Cycle refrigerators, Insular Division, Office of T ritories., 'to Slo2o Ploaa golos
mahogany livingroom set. Double FOR SALE --1951 Plymouth Sedan p e portment of the Iterornto b your
bed, kitchen table and chairs, stove. only 22,000 miles. Leather up- I om 2713 Interor ui l. n 166
Reasonable offer accepted. Call holstery, radio. Priced for qui,, Washington 25 D. C. WILIUM Sante Clalo. bach Cort-
day time Albrook 2247. sole. Leaving for U.S.A. Sotc Sealed bs in single copy for fur- tog Lr. c rtab modern I
FOR SALE:-7 cu. ft. all porcelain morning, Cge Sgt. Chase 82-247 ng all labor, equipment, and near bec Balbe I5 except
Frigidaire. Best offer accepted, 25 atmaterals and performing il Work weekend. I
cycle unit about 4 yrs. old. 2047- FOR SALE:--1952 Customline 6 Cyl. for the project described herein
B, Curundu. Ford Club Coupe: Two tone, blue, will be received until 3:00 p. m.
Radio. Excellent condition, 12500 Atlantic Standard Time Janupry 20,
FOR SALE: Heywood Wakefield miles. Apply house 299 Pedro Mi- 1954.
wicker livingroom set consisting of guel. Phone 4-368. in the Office of the District En- --
S 2 rocking chairs and I sofo wigthneer, Insular Division, St. Thomas FOR RENT:-By 15th, modem un-
innerspring cushions $50. Girl's FOR SALE:-1939 Chevrolet, 4 door. Vrgin Islands furnished twB berehlteRea-
bicycle, $10. All in good condi- clean, good running condition. Call ad t publicly opene a s onable. Phone $e393._ a
ticn. Phone Balboa 1950. House Balboa 3578. around then public opened o read sorable. Ph on .
0820 Plank Street, Balboo. FOR SALE'-Stotion Wagon Dodge Inrmtion regarding biddfg ma FOR RENT:e bed Conomt service, pr-

upholstered davenport. See at ply tires, radio perfect condition. on specifications and other pro- kitchen, maid's" toom, wwesmrom.
house 978 Apt. A, La Boca. Telephone 2-0099. posed contract documents aoe open arager 'tIbt' wotr clA'ections,
FOR SALE: Complete household FOR SALE:-1i948 Ford convertible. tr public inspection at t office $135.00. Sonny oPay, Sabanas 610.
of Distrtiect EnS ^ n r ss D i- e e 3
furns ings, living, dining, bed- Excellent condition. Must see to sign, Thomas tr icrgn e il5rdotte l --
room and kitchen. Also apartment appreciate. Phone Fort Clayton Amalie, St. Thomas, U. Virgin FOR RENT-Complty tmished
0 available to person if desired. 22.36, offer 5 p. m. I!dnds; M. A. Dyer C 2y, 24 chalet, 3 bodjois, J ot water.
These furnishings must be seen to & S| L |A N school Street, Botohu- Bella Vista 4 t. 9.
appreciate. Information inquire at LLsetts; Lester M. Marx, i 2713 FOR RENT111
2-1030 until. 5:00 p. m., after -r building. 25
5:00 p. m. at 3-5477. TRY our delicious genuine Italian D. C.; A.G.C. Office 11w3 Con- lt 1950Iu
FOR SALE-1953 Ht Point auto- ia- Pie, Ravioli, Spaghetti ress Building, Maq lorida;

oprtm t 1550-C, yes. The price for one order is ing and Home Fnance Aency
_________________Balboa.__75 Cts. HANCOCK t4lR, Central Room 313 N Y. Dopartm1n W Store
FOR SALE:25 cycle refrigerator Avenu o. 145, Tel. 2-3002, next Blding, 1064 Ponce d Leon.
FOR CentrallTeeatae.,o.. .. ...fml-
$25.00. 45 record payer and typ- to Centra Theatre se side of Snturce Puerto Ric; and F. W.
writer, both need repair. Quarter- street, private entrance .for res- Dodge Corp., 119 West 40th St.
master furniture. Call 2-1996, tourant. New York 18, N. Y.
after 4:00. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic Plans and speciications moy m a- ATiflNi" de rni
FOR SALE:-Dishwasher Cory, port- Central Avenue "K" Street, car- cured tram the office of A. furnilhed optt. twc
able, 60 cycle. New $60.00. Call ner. Telephone 2-3479, Paonmo Dr Codmany ArrchtetEni bedrmS Tel- I
-3108. Dyer Company (ArchitetgEnil.ho
Albrook 3108. NFFE MElING TONIGHT reers at 24 School Street, Boston; P
OR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Coldspot un- Keep spl-te-date on civilian personnel Massachusetts, upon deposit of the ALHAM A f TITS j
expired guarantee, good for almost matters end meet your friends et following: Modern 2, 4 orna NI, punished
3 years, 4-burner Tappan gas 7:30 ive Chive Clubhouse. ., Or unuiOfficelj
stove, mahogany 4-poster double Nationel Feration of Fedet m- Christiansted Consolidoted 8061, 10th r CTel-
bed complete, bureau, glass China pleyes, Local 595. School (Elementary portion) $55.00 ephoe 1386. "
S plants, radio. 46th St. 22, 1 to 6. UFOR SALE sae E le ndtl 3.0 FOR RENT:-- ltely furnished,
Close stuio couch, kitcen tablet, herF'5s00 1nt:2 and FVtot.in
f OR SAtE:-Frigidaire Imperial- re- Jomt s Modison, Ro rt Her- brand new build, at 45 Auto-1
P frigerator, 60 cycle, excellent cart- "'E-WM r i.ckan JaS. Mon Ele-.. mobile Row. rEnquire at House Ex-1
,oition. Dixie Gas Ran.p four burn-, FOR SAE:-Just R. ived:.oal. rnent.ar St Is tooae .0.o00 change No.41, Automob.le ow.
S er. excellent condittpor 9072 vo niae-Roofing .t-42 -W h*et. Crux Ba "Cia d iofedi "Schoo440.00 FOR RENT- iA e -'apetrer
S lith St., Apt. downstairs Tel Galvanize Roofing 2'x6' $1.60 East End Elementary School. 30.00 Justo Arostmend'Avenue, two bed- .
" Colon 916-A. sheet. Barb Wire $6.00 reel. Nsils Horace Mann Elementary rooms,' garage. srvaort's room. Call |
S W ANTE T* j $9.50 Keg. Geneva Gonstruc- School 30.00 Balboa 1769.
i W ANTE IT PU tion. Calle "M" Final. Tel. 2-1267. Benamin Franklin Elementary FOR RENT:-Furnshd apartment
l3000F REN:-Fumih arm
ffO E--ysicycles26"heelSltwo bedroom. Phone Panamai1s 3.1
WANTED your refrigerator as FOR SALE-Boys bicycles 26' wheel Cruz Bay, East End, Horace 4871tw foroom. Phon P m 3.
i trade-in on a new Crosley Shelva- Beautifulsde moHBd B oaRn. dM- Mai.,and Benjamn Frank- 487 for keys __ I
S dar. Cyrno. Tivoli Crcssing 2- phonou B oa lin tgther \.. 65.00 FOR RENT:--Compiely funmiid 1950
1_793. __________ __h, .. .All nire schools together 100.00 concrete chalet.- two bedrooms.
He .ii W... ed FOR SALE:-Beot ti'ul ladie:' '5:*l Deoos t shall be only by certified Road facing Paitlla Airfield 109. |
S elD W anted / I Fur Coal," worth $1,500 00 w.ll- check payable to the Treasurer of Call 3-0553.
W ,-Experieced-- oo.--l-o ing to sacrifice for $40000 the Un.ted States, which will be FOR RENT:-Unfurnished one bpd-
WANTED:-Experienced cook. also Inspection between 41 0 and 7 refunded to bona tide bidders room modern aptment, garelle
laundry, housemaid, references p. ro. in room 203 Hotel Roose- upon the return of plans and specd- 168 Via Beli.ario Porras.
essential. Ricordo Arias 40. Caompo velt. ticotions In good condition within rr
Alegre. CHRISTMAS decoratioa io. h thirty 1301 calendar days from FOR RENT:-Lorge apartment two 1980
---- RI-TM-" D oM ecoratius nsforh;oe-" the dte o bid opening. A bona bedrooms, garage, $85.00 a month.
WANTED: Honest neat colre d stres, clubs and rganizati id e aer ncues any person who 3-4705, evenings. from 4:0 nn.1
woman to do housework, cooking Chrstmes trees on Rule Dec. 16,f i'd b-dde r. ludes any person who 3-4705, qvonirg& from 4:30 on.f
specolly. Must sleep-in. Call 2- American Supply "J" St. No. 14 submits a bid or a general con- FOR RENT:--Co-nfortable two bed-'
8384, Panama. After 7 p. m TeL 2-1060. tract ut des aqn uota pery-a .nonP
personsupoureplans a nd bigyord.'__ onclso,_ .ne
"'anted Position FOR SALEthe general Conract bidders. To aboa 1464.
--- ... pecificatioks upon payment of FOR RENT:-Small fomiihd ai -'l
to you need a manager for your MOlarvr l evelhei ab"ve slated amounts, cnd who nent, convenient suitable for
club, someone with a pesondl FOR SAE:-Trrun-ph Speed- w I dono submit a bid, seventy-five couple. 7036, 4th Central n-
touch who can tgke care of your o .OR i, :--. up Speed I i75 per cent of the deposit ne, Colon.. -
social affairs in a regal way? If so motorobke Excel'*nt condition. per ento deposit xColon. '1950
please write Box 45. Ancon C Z Five months old. Call 25-3109 amount will bfe refunded upon theFOR RENT:T bdo
pa--"x.....- s-- -- return thereof in good condition mert, llttn .
FOR SALE within thirty 1301 calendar doay .oauin At, s Sti. thI .
. . .... II VIT wl<'IL-Ij I from the date of b~d opening. No qi SeN's""r ki.th^".
LOST & FOUND R l ,,, fund lll ibe made for return - h
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I ..V.. , U1 .i FOR SALE.-House No. 88. 30 x,
In Ft. Kobbe. Name Loot. Rewdrd. 40. to lots. behind school, Bue- Budlf y
Tel. 92-3214. na Vista, $2,500. Transisthmian' Eoch b Lsme be accompanied by a
Highway. s iathfct(y bid guaranty in an
S.amupti not less than 5 per cent
French Fly C-47s FOR SALE of the olw l bid.
iFThe raie T ful bidder will be re-
To Evacuale Towns Bo & M required furnish performance
Fa OR SALE: Evinrude 2 12 H.P. the. monuh ot 100 per cent of
SlAnk S qe outboard motor. House 117-., the cotroct price.
n V,"' En Gatun. 5-366. $30 00 No bid may be withdrawn until
.- -,---'hirtv (50) 'alendor days ctter the
ANOI, Dec. 10 (UP)- scheduled dosing time for the re-
no .o ..'- -'i& ia m_. I It & ceipt of bias.

RPMk n iurce "wounwa e m g-
gest airlift of the Indochina war
today to save loyal outposts sur-
rounded bv Communist-led Viet
Minh rebels.
Weary crewa downed coffee
mixed with cognac to keep thenM
.awake and raced to their Amer-
Ican-made C-47 transports at
down to take supplies to besftg-
ell Lal Chau and Dien Bien Phu.
The giant aerial suouly opera,
%o ticked off 136 fligbts yes
Ueday and the tired crews wre
to sleep only a few hours
IMre resuming the airlift on aI
bigger scale.
irench fighter-bombers flew
r 100 sorties in bombing
Strafing raids against the
316th Viet Minh Divi-
way between the two
moved forward to
and south yesterday
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Who Went AWOL

Wih O her's Wife
FRANKFURT. Dec. 10 (UP)-
U.8. Army authorities announc-
ed today they have arrested lst
Geog B. Bryson, of Eston
., who has been the object of
Mri lteaMlve Eurone-wide search
teo .he disappeared five days
Swth the 20-year-old wife of
a fellow officer.
Bryson was wanted by the
Any for goln AWOL (absent
Without official leave) to esce
half a dozen court marua
*he Army announcement aiM
h been "picked up,"
*ve no detail o1 tae Piaez
M captured.
It wa not disclosed whether
Uti. Aerican woman who
ih m was wth him at m
ra. been sought by all
o .uitsaInen M=a
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The Govenmecnt reserves the right OoR RE
fo award a contract for any or all OPpOaIlt
schools and/or sections on the basis .riela A
of the basic bid for each school 3-1179
ornd/ section or any combination
of schob .and/or sections or by
fte alStansce of any or all of
the al9 t ie. whichever course Is
In the bilt.aterests of the United OILW.
Sta. ( )-
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The UCtion includes -. t1 "'3,
Secto iSt. Croix, Virgin ls~ands, CHinD"a
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1. Chaitlanted Consolidated School, With atS
(rlementory partlyl new con- Wi4 WO
2.s _L40'es elementary Scho6 al- 'roJ4
terlt d.'and additions. yk
SectIon 9, St. Thomoas, Vrgin Islands, 1 hb
Pr ect 53.105. Anr
mles, a- end additions to:--: .
1.. Jm .atison Elementary
,PJwerick Elementary .
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, WASHINGTON, Det. 10 (UP) Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Larthy charged yesterday that the Army, in an incident
paralleling the Harry Dexter White "spy" case, ignored
1951 FBI report on Aaron H. Coleman, suspended radar
. McCarthy made the statement as Coleman denied.
raider oath sworn testimony by a college classmate that
Sle was a member of the Young Communist League.
: Coleman also denied that he ever met Julius Rosen.
berg, executed atomic spy, after the two were graduated ,.
from City College of New York.
' McCarthy warned Coleman to Cohn also asked Coleman to
,tage your time" answering comment on Rosenberg's testi-
0eistions by nis investigation mony during his spy trial.
auoconuimttee. Tne senator note "I deny that,' Coleman anap-
that Coteman's testimony was ped. "He didn't meet me."
hbing sent to the Justicet De,-l ,

Sparnaelit for possible perjuiy
prosecution and perhaps otti
After the hearing, subcommlh--:
ee counsel Roy Conn said coie-
an's testimony would be sent
the department with a recom- I
endation that lie oe prosecuted 'By UNITED PRESS
r perjury on the following T
ree counts": I Tigerland And South Sea, by 01-
Sle Strandberg (Harcourt, Brace):
'That he made "false sta',e- paperman, set out a year or two
Aeit' to the FBI in "tailing to ago to find out for himself If it's-
isclose" Young Comm unist trt what they say about Asia.
]Zeague activities with Rosen- This book, translated from -the
'' rg; that he contradicted tes- Swedish by M. A. Michael, is a
S ony he was a member of Lne report of his findings.
league; and that he-contrad. strandberg was delighted by
SRosenberg's statement that m and by a cannibal colony on
saw Coleman at Ft. Moln- the island of Maturku. As for any-
'outh, N.J. Thing else he saw on the continent
Eo. f Asia or the islands of the Pa-
McCarthy said the 1951 BIcific, anybody ho wants it can
port which the Army alleged have it, so far as he is concerned.
nored was sent o the Ft. Mo1-I Strandberg paid little attention
South radar laboratory where to politics, preferring rather to re-
leman was employed. Coleman port merely the impressions of aan
;as suspended last SeptemberI. individual traveler:. His journey
McCarthy said it is impossioie.was made in part along regular
er his subcommittee to conduct tourist routes, but there were some
thorough investigation" cf fascinating detours across the
wssible Communist activity at Pearl River estuary in a gunrun-
ee laboratory until it finds ouI ners' junk, by jeep and on foot
ho saw tne FBI report "and ig- through an Indian tiger jungle
F red it." '(just looking, not hunting and by
d He 'Ieep-sea schooner from the Socie-
He suggested that Army SeV- ty Islands to the New Hebrides:
r*tary hooerG 1. otevens mny He also slipped through the bam-
wantn to taxe tlhe matter up wtta.boo curtain into Communist China
'j.&waent hisennfwer. lia a load of cauliflowers, and
vC.archy macto the suggestionlmore. remarkebl+-got t it
to Andrew J. Reid, cnief ol Ari-.yI The stor. of hs travels is td
iulgence at the laorato:y, with amiable gusto, tinged by a
S testitied that his .oftlke sense of humor,that makes light of
nd 43 documents in Cooi- ithe greatest discomfort and the
: apartment in '1946, some worst di-illusion. If te narrate
8,m classinea. sometimes verges on the disgust.
..e..a. said e took the doe- ing, it is no more than might be
E- Lnitme to study in connec'-expected in a# iccoutot ea ]at ;a
w hisworoiastdiogustingpaio the 'world.4
ec may have broken e Only nby A
-A he ay have broken bs-Re4"A) is a stirlin'
S ir'ity regulations oI.t.about Napoleon'I world, sIou
jot guilty o1 spying, ano the British side of the fnee-a
suspenaeu without pay -ur narrativee i'Puminated with ue bar-
oieet for the "security vio- baric color and drenched In the
oI..' mud and .blood of pre-Victorian
S eld told McCaithy a goverh-I The chief historical V;haraters
treni security oraer originally of the book ate Lord Nelson, sail-
:, s.ed by former President Tru- ing down to his rendezvous with
A ni barred him from telling ,nc 'dcath and glory off the cape call-
i subcommittee anything aoout ed Trafalgar: Marquess Wellesley.
the FBI report. McCarthy saii struggling through a jungle of In-
,b ieat order you to answer," and British position in India, and his
gid.d :brother. Gen. Sir Arthur Welles-
Sd ''ley, in the early days of the mili-
'~inow the FBI sent-a'tary career that made him Duke
Seg ahy nd rather vigorous re-of Wellington and victor at Water-
on Communists in 1951." o. .
')4cCarthy said the Coleman! In co-operation or conflict wth
"-arailelb the Harry -e-ir ;i the-se men, Anne Powers hero,
ae ^ .. .Lord Lynde, works as a special
"* --e ... envoy of the British government
referred t the charge to its Indi s allies, using diplo-
Oen. Herbert Brownell Jr. matic neigoiali,j wttisngt din-
Truman. promoted ,White itrigue and nitry force asnec-
inment service after I-e essary to shut ffpo wi out oft he
warned he was a Russian rich Asiatic aubcomtlnent.
The book takes its' title from a
1* _' remark of one qf its characters:
S ; questioned Coleman -"The only sin is not to love."
Sbu.eqtestimony of Nathan rimss Powers provides teihtptstu-
an, former member" of the ous Hindu princess and a beautiful
Sug Communist League who English girl to insure that. in this
mi Coleman also .was a mem- respect at least, Lynde shall never
be a sinner.
."o-yiou deny Sussman's test- The story is replete with battle.
7pay"Y',Cohn asked. murder and sudden death, and an
.I Ilo,' C(oleman replied. amexpeeted surge of quiet* horror
supplies a touch of shocking sur.
prise to its ending. The glittering
i Panama Get s sweep of the narrative as it moves
.U0 from England to India and bacj
-._-tom .Of- D t.j again makes up for anything it
Of Pictures may lack in conviction ..
rom Flm Company The sands of Americans
-: -r- who still turn to their family doc.
.'Emilta Arosemena, Miss Pana- tor in these days of specialists
|a, was Dresented with a gitt will see tn Richard and Dorothy
f-ibum yesterday, which contain Williams' Family Doctor (Randbid
ie'urea of her stay in Hollywood House) reflections of their own fa-
Ihen she was under contract to vorite general practitioner. The
V iInerral physician of the title is Jerome
S Jacobs. PInternatinama manager lSteifelder of New York City, but
Jacob Panama manager he might just as well be a g.p.of
Universal International, gaie any other name and in any other
album on behalf of his corn- large city in the country. A horse
Wj Univrs ia and buggy doctor is just as much
MMios Universe Beauty Pa- at home in a large city as in the
SInc. has just announced country, and undoubtedly leads
the third annual Miss much the same 'ife as does Dr.
a. 1 contest will take place Steinftelder. The Williams' infor-
rBeach, Cal.. from July mal biography takes the good doe-
hotel El Panama will tor from his boyhood in upper
be local sponsors of the Manhattan to his 68th birthday,
Which finds him still devoted to
his practice, still treating with pa-
L tience and understanding the sick
A in mind and body who come to
*him for help. Anyone who has not
"v N t :known an old-fashioned family
blt "aam "doctor may find this book too ogod
i' 4,ki -- lI s m *- to be real. But even such a per-
LW-A I f O Toi(S 5 son as that cannot miss the ob-
.. U MWI1 Ur 9 ;vious sincerity of the two g.ps.
191N0l4i i 'S (grateful patients) who wrote this
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UP TO SNUFF-They say goats will eat ju
This one, owned by Harry Cochran, of Fish
craving for snuff. In addition to relishing
powder, "Billy" will sometimes chew up a
Here Eva Cochran, 17, a Mii Creek, Ind, h
gives the goat his snuff ration. He-shatched t
box out of her hand and gulped that down, to
: safe distance is her nephew, three-year-old

SNOW FAMILY-Patience payr off l~ "5 anallt
get their man-their snowman, that is, as Chlages. Ill., blanket
ed with snow. The happy girls are Dolirita H(ay, gaeu
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iKey Figure In Battle League 5th In international TmW ey

NEW YORK Dec. 10 (UP) A New York at- ATL U T. L. CALLS OR
torney has become a key figure in the baseball bat- The La. MNT
The Atlantic Little League
tie over the player pension plan. baseball organization urg ntly a I
Major League owners made it clear yesterday requests the parent of .Lttle
t Leaguers, members and friends o-
at their ioint meeting in New York that they resent to assist in erecting their Little tedr
the players' attorney, J. Norman Lewis. The owners Lelaue fence at the Margarita
Stadium Saturday, Dec. 12, at s
vote to appoint a committee to study the possibility 9:00 a.m. a 0 -1
a The metal fencing is built in-d
of dropping the pension plan. President John Gal- ten-foot sections and when r A
hbrath of Pittsburi and general manager Hank ed stands four feet high, there- tr-y
are 30 sections in all, each sece- ut- e "a!
Grenberg of Cleveland were named to the commit- tion is bolted to each other andda at
supported in the rear by wooden
2"x4" supports. At the most ita'rr.W.
t-should take but a morning's of the
A loint statement by club own- However, Frick em chas-hes Work to complete this. pr ect. an
erqs qsd: "Ithat he a not a part of the olan This fence when installed is on a N Sa Sam
"We desire to continue the -offleiv'ly or unofficially. Frick nar with LittleLeague baseball, with t
presert pen ion plan. But the qvs: "My function is to admin- Inc., recommendations. the Ca- wh
exee-'ive plans bv player reore- ister." All Atlantic Little League base-
sent.tives and their attorney ball teams are now n r plitn
have compelled s to consider The players won ground in training and the managing andt Yd O M Pe
the nosible necessity of termin- two of their 12 reauets. Own- coaching personnel can be seen -
atin- the plan in November of ers agreed to boost the major conditioning the knee-high ave
195." league salary minimum from for their sixty-game she dule -
That's the date the pension 5.000 to $6,000. Players bad Meh t underway th e 8th a. H OA
fund expires under the present asked for a $7,200' minimum. ofahich g ets under wayt ne w 3O 3 10 t t T
set-up. Players aIso were given an in- aRobarf 1.0110
The owners' statement went on crease from $500 to $600 to The Coco Solo Braves sonr- a 0
ed by the Naval Perso=nealof Co-
to -ov: cover moving expenses when1
o persmits i t cover moving expenses wtrhen co Solo will again be managed SHARPENING Ke tc Tesis ( right) and Joey nde go p 0 '4 1
"Mr. Lewis persists in misreD- they are traded or sold. Thb c o l a nm 0d41r
'mir they ae traded sold. This by Johnnie Johnson and coach through a ar session at the Colon while Aus .4 0 1 2
resenting to the players and the applies to an eastern pyet Earl Scott. These two entleme preparing f e bouts gbtn t samwe 4 1 2 2 2
pre7, that all monies in the cen- going to a western club or vice Earl Scott. The Braves to the Atlan- site. aa te bidro Martinz fa.e B.3 04 1 1 2 2 2
tral fundrbelon to the players versa. If the |Mayer moves In nulded the Bravesdto the Atln- ste..Teds'm L C rntb.,tty rt. : $ 0 1 1 5;0
an, mustbeappliednto the pen- the sam e section he gets only tic Little League championship eat erweht in a scheduled 15- Sade 1 0 0 0 0
n mus. be$pi o e th sm s o hl during the 1953 season. tackles BattW, US four-round 128-poa -I. nary. C *. *0 2-.. ,< l 0 5 0
'The owners say thisIs not Turned down were request The Little Mottas sponsored- by Pacific side twwol'1 6ll to return on the n figta t_ If they RolM, . .0 0 0 0 1
tre. They say: "It is not atrust that player get a percentage of most loved sportsman Gilberte ta w d d
fund but simply a joint bank ac- the money involved if they are most loved tsortsmana Gilbert e. at 11 p.m. -1 -
count of the sixteen major traded or'sold-that a player be Morland illo an laged by Total .' .31 3 7 24 12
league clubs." allowed to deal directly with Lat,- George ro andcoach e d ..
Ghmi ssioner Ford Frick, who in American clubs for winter Max Welch. Geo e an
attende# the point sessions, says baseball-and that a player be have been stIr Ferformers h C ag o Cage Scores
he favors the pension plan. Frick aoaid for the entire season when ticTwilightLea . $ 0 0 10 0
say': "1 am thoroughly convinc- he is released during the cam- the past.few years. in be o- 1 2 2 3 3
ed this is an admirable plan and paign. Current rules call for a The Poi ce Pas wi again be 0. 1 2 1
will use every effort to see it is player to be given a 30-day no- 7o sponsored -by the Canal Zone's rnLewisr. goTbW 1 2o0
maintained." tice. Zone Pollce represented by tap- ST ., ..W sI"
V a nk eesESc E atsy .will be under the capable man- Louive M I., 8 4
agement of George Tully and Temple T, Seton E ,Ott" 0 0
Oke Sre coached by H. Perry. Bositwick KX1, obe p.. A 6 0 0
W n O ve B oThe Powells are sponsored bv orA. Houston 6St ,ias-A *KM5.
Another well known -and loved lsburg 70, McGl Rice 78,. T .
R '7 ssportsman. Howard Finnegan o Alderson Broaddius MurrM a
W in m Powell's Garage in Colon. The (WV) 89. ,a-adl st e b
w Powells will be managed by Wor-
den French arid coached byB.b W. Va. Tec h 1, 7"
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL evening was Wilhelin's back- Parker. .Worden and Bobarwn aisn, t73,Wy.. Y1.h Was .uma"-8
IRAGUE handed grab of, Bobby Prescott's known in Little Leaguebeb NI7 t. u ms
S The Stan dings line. Wilhelm threw out Prescott The Margarita Oilers are ? spaS- ILM1y 7S C [ (o.

T AMs.- i after fielding the ballTe ea- sored b the hp. YLan s Mrs. of the t.t (me.)
w .is. kees played Impeccably afield sored bH thde e ln as of nt ad ar .
Yankees... .....1 0 1.00n while the Bombers committed a- represented by Porter T C-gwWord, K 8lo
Bombers.... 0 2 .000 brace of miscues.e L.L. baseball enthusiast. The Gano n(Pa.) I ML FAR WMT.
AilS T NIGm--s-RESULTSOa e f ilers will again be underl the MasL 7 L. % .
tseong l and R ULT scheduled for tomorrow night capablee management of Ronmn a Oe (Pa.) 1. D teb 40.. LI e ..
MO. ipOW'S GAME bert Clark againsGt Eddie Neville Bath. Tr l ~ W,

Bde tr ombSeru s 3re(73 Coll) ub e54 .s e t L W
Tand ti 0- v-ts.d (n: t pthmin a fight for the leag e lea .. Cali dfohrni s (h.) 7,b 002U..
anlbt (Nevailare -0) Last night's victory enabled Ai The Cocou 8o1to Cuba. a new4 Lang1
Bwnies (Clark 1-0) Kubski to set a new league rec- entry into the Ati. L.L. is spont- -I =_ 89M ,.1dha
ord for managers. It was his scored by the resi ents of the Co-, Arld n
.The power laden Yankees 13th consecutive eoi triumph in the co So lto townsite. The Cubs will Wdtern KT tuclkyS 1dO Rum IA0u 1
amade an impressive debut for Panam Pro League. In his last be under the general manage- Tlenn ;4O6 1
the 1955-54 season and they previous season here-1951-52- ment of L. Dd Ellzey and man- Wake Font 11, LNC. Seate p. 4kf t, et.las~ o..
made the "experts" look good by Kubski's Yankees wound up with aged by Sgt. Quinn and coach DavidsonM, South Carolina5. e mm a 0ua O 1"ua
itly whipping the Bombers 9-3 12 straight wins. ngt. Garcia. Pn am Mi Sae Win. o A .) 36.
t. wohnda 13-hit attack which 1gt.strraightming.St.a cia. ryodnMaryt n 9..l_,alb3lw
Hisel Patrick started forf the b l hed a wlner of the Edwin-Barton bat- o1.an Aeradiso ah 76 '0 Doubleilve- te

.andkeea and went the firstosxund-V..U*a lRleisb
andes net the iinni rs io The etle in 'another six-rounder and GuilfordUi, Atlantio Chirislam SAtit Kubki; K
ean -thr n r od monM ont Inthe final fight will be between es. h sdkL MO
ed for all three runs scored by e n ourInfrd at 126 pounds in a four- .Tennessee Clemsn s56. Andrew sA= j alm gy (PM.) To
t m th e Bombe r rs. rounder. wi e co Richmond 0, Namlden-SY0 A 1A $ 72. J!.
Bil Hoikenbury took ouber por unds A reomuelle s ,*e outs will be covered for', "-'.
Patrick In the seventh and l hes one eThe Panamk American by "eSuhraSEl L x io h..
blanked the Bombersthe rest of Panam America's" boxing writ- Stuart 53 St. An's 22..
the way. A two-day boxing tournament er Samuel Darkins. Newport ews A tle South a Ctow C ol
A total of 5111 fens paid to to select the amateur boxers who Athll members of the delegation iewa .
pitcher Humberto Robinson in Central American and Caribbean requested to blate t te Panamr 'Miss.il Stte 57. HewMard f.ad A Wil1.Ise b3 c4
two innings and continue merci- Olympic Games In Mexico next Railroad Station in Fifth of May EandT Ten. ApslahU,l Edl awatc? h o 40.. '
lessly against an evidently "off February will be held at Puerto Plaza at 7 a.m. tomorrow. Louisiana Tech 93, ArkausM1 Vesandins Beach 73, W*ib[ne 9 W,{s-
form" Theollc Smith. Armuelles tomorrow and Bun- Tech S- (Ga.) 2L "(UP)-_T .-; aole
Spider Wilhelm, Johnny Kropf day. Madison47oM oilo3father'a
andRay Dabek smashed round- P bsIve Gravy Rollng"75, Floirl'asSouthern. 7o
trippers fb1r' the winners. Wil- The bouts scheduled for Fri- zoevlarme eGrv y o(Ky.)"lSet Mad t City 44, on7Mtkici 8 .
helm was the hitting star of the day include Simon Monti against MEMPHIS, 'Penn. (UP) Mrs. Geore Wo ashingte 19g, W. ,'o ILuo 0Liv e, Jeinlags 10.'5.
contest with three hits in three Orlando Guerra at 105 pounds. R.H. Pak* led when ball of gravy 75. Pef/105, Salem 7. y*l the
official appearances at the plate. Toto Villarreal vs. Alberto Due- started poppltg out of the frying Wcert
lwas the BomberWbeat tista'%s. Pablo Moreno at 118 cornyas mixed in with the flour. Shena.doa~lf., Potemsae'Uricke VN
hitter with a single and double. pounds and Manuel Barton vs. 76. I -
Doubles by Archie Brathwatte Jos6 Edwin at 135 pounds. '. Morehead (19y.) a, Memphis
and Joe Tuminelli gave the All these contests are ached- Fire Prevention StaolL ...... Prepa.atloasnhaeegn'
Bombers their first run. Smith uled for six rounds of two mn- theo
batted 'in the otlier two with a utes each. EAST GRANBY. Conn. (UP) -- MIDWST ad up for the n .tion.
double in the seventh inning Three bouts are slated for ir id that long grass on his prop.
which chased Patrick to an ear- Sundav Efrain Games meets- Er- erty was aflre hazard, Walter S. Ohie.State 34, St. Louis 11. 41slection t tmte

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Groza Makes Browns Scoring Threat I

in At Enemy's 50 And The Toe Is Not Spci
Gym10NA s staff Coreodt16t '"e A4 E D
-t Bh tNh AAN -- Thne ,u1 -WOe
Secipe for that Old rown Magic
hvwill be out to Mwhih Paul Brown brews forh 6 1 ,
i win coluonm fW Cleveland Browns s a concoc- FOOT f
r this e A Utooni. of passing, tra r hea- .: TW
the pot nt;l-ong, ad r apyin -w 4 Or -
an sprinkling of Lou Gross.
This. will Too Gro, the A gentleman
Sho put the toot back in foot-
ave th .h all, s the secret Ingrediefit in
nlolme a ll the formula.
St the National Lea gue.coaches have '
Setwee athe long pondered the question:
.Wolver a4nV "ow are you going to stop the /
y with the leea rowns from scoring once they g
thhardwoods 20 get inside your 50-yard line?"
Ph 'rom there Brown disdains the A
n't a lad on thA.Q.-letting Grosa go for the field
hasn't brought thr toal instead. And 21 out of 24
hthe local fans l B times in 1953. Gross has split
3& Trout, recent re the uprights for three points.
avan ~ The 19th, kleked against the
withe IT Chicago Cardinals, tied the
ke up where he league season record he shared
oi Zone buaski with B ob a grfi ld. Two a-
RHis6-2 and against the ts broke It. 7A495 bWUL.A /6 fMPLE
iw ^go give thebo l a. *0B0 A# ZW OF *GAAW ip
Sh worry about. The aix-oot-three 235-pound A OT O F GAN
J nl S chool bas ke M tba .... Groai never played In a college d (N e eaR
a en J.C. At both i' game and was considered by I
tutmons rated with a many a better basketball player M IL p p .
ve f rmers, and board of IV cong .. 1el- than a football prospect. MIDFS t
atS[ t brilliant. M. Median S .ad.Det., Fort lladea, rt Br- % t of
ball futretfor him In th. mn4the Secoa5 t Table Tennbia Ta rament In high adhool at Martinsa Pr-
at two other m'en l the ooGrthe rC rl ,-of the ry in southern Ohio youn Groza
ut all the W0. Table Ten 9 Y City, i tigohy, won 10 letters-thre Infootball,
rllaing. These are on. Gran a d Bffl' = ,"Wkae na y fourbow aebd three in
SUbson. ide of CHS a Sl aof 21-19, 20- I`1to21-0a for .e at hmlan basketball. W a the latter he was
greatly oth ther qbys oration of Panama'sa n by 't.- UO1 In coop- his brother AeIM o was an .
r finest all-arounad eration wlt I ea wUSARCo
etea ~vr to come out of their .(. Army Phone BfPle. A. Eats) Lou enriO at bhlo State n
,w high school. Both e, 1 ll 19 athletic. when
devoted much of the rown was leIn the Buck-MA
Amacils school to deT&- eyes to ate, gcrwn. Aft-. T"S.anT"1
IRmparoving (heir bAs plfoottall, he, ... AFTE THAT
galwpes. was or thf Ar.y fever to T-d" GUMN 6
return to the OWs tquod. RANGE fOR
4 11If these three weren'tOA, leaving the An* he re- "tHE MA i,
foran @mbtem toe J olmI mBrown, who tas forming THEY CAL L .
CristoW 111 makes m- theDBrowns for play in the All- 7 a
ution to the cause America Conference. --
sonPf A r n ,,,,-- .For two years LO was Just
dmn't e ee to t ie 'Me Tod Aft~rvery own score Dante Lavelli, Mac 8peedle, better not figure onA W
an 0thd o aw I.OAIIC LEAGUE DoW and aid thiMO games for their 2 and on field goal a ts. Graham, et al cogatlase one the Browns, outside the
"expected poinThetb.u iu vm Brown another on wtngthe am- Grosa hasscoredin 44s
b one of the main ei a defeat J. Damanledta in 1948 that he was as ood a Pionhip. The hadn't evengaes and only once
s team diurinj l e W .poseo ao ft' series ackle as maeU&theDle toe a lined up for the kick. touchdown route.
pg pleamdt4e= L -t me ,p _-_9 1as kcou has 6cked them from all What the secret of i r
at 449 aPro tackle 13 e~In League t diont-nces- his longest a 53- cess?
Www convinced ,_9eao Hefi dr So maybe the coaches "Kee your head down ad

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TUB.... d 33 em T 3 4 LOu has woo many games Vii
3 lr: . the three-point way, but none a 0.1i1 ua r 'at- GLN AGLES, Seotland-.
i .0.....196' quite so c tculanrly as the teSdn the i L e- aTeu (NEA)-The feature of i to
AMA .................95 h gme in 1950 a- obsampulahipl ot be heM nament dinner at 0G
S................. the am on the frozen i, the Colo Arua Sunday haggis, played in by
._....._..... ..1 turf of Cleveland's Municipal A1ght, will be aitI tol to p1 r.
it- *...ai............19 Stadium. With less than 20 sec- PSasma on the latek H a Scotch dish
Ely,3%a1onds to play and the Browns Railro tradim, of the nards of a sheep or
U, .red... :...........191 trwl 4-7, Brown, called for The g ps or mixed with oatmeal, omnou
aa sab gm Wilber ..................191 the W ,tra, C01 N other nredlents. After it
followed with 59......... .119 "1 kne h r servedlt was time foro
flnothe ItheotleWr a The field gol kicking unit, the the aeom astleon eof the Cottop, the great British
a t tt draw. llm ... 14 158 44 the offensldpe The writer, e1l s ii at lpjA. "Now I now where 611i
r AlgenceIp ral th Z8 a 13.....5 135 1974 552 a sildelini photographer, heard SunMday night. balls go," he said.
Il a- d uA ofe Thomas ......156 165 164 485,
SUM.a. ft- Balcr .......171 171 190 9 541' .
Damian .....188 197 183 568
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Wilber ....... 13 138 191 528
Bates .*I.... .111 82 180 13
Cowqs ......1.8 157 158 LDiningroom
Van We ... .215 189 175- 579
Melanana ....181 236%2 169 0586 0ror e

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atw ll talk Waggonaer ...190 195 213 607
S oChar- Schults ......231 1J io 1 557i
In. tiat o ffe ......118' 818 M11 45
r Ead ..176 1A8 192 534
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pleasant and honest, too."
Berle, red-faced from a cold and
nervousness, had only a wave of
the hand for some 50 fans who
S '/greeted him outside the courthouse
with shouts of "Hey Uncle Miltie
.good luck!" But after the cere-
mony he regained his usual assur-
ance, posed for photographers and
jokingly told them he'd "take a
dozen" pictures.
At Berle's side was his mother,
Mrs. Sandra Berle, who wept dur-
ing the 30-minute ceremony, and
his 8-year-old daughter, Vicki.
The Beries plan a three-week
honeymoon in Miami Beach at the
Money-Plaza Hotel. When they re-
turn, they will live in Berle's
apartment. Berle's daughter, how-
ever, will remain in the custody
of her mother, actress Jo y ce
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Teenage Boys Collect

$1,500 From Widow

For Mowing Lawn
UNIONTOWN, Pa., Dec. 10
(UPI County detectives re-
ported today a group of teen-
age boys had collected $1,500 for
a single mowing of the lawn of
an absent-minded widow.
The boys cut the lawn of Mre.
Anna Bitner, 76, last June and
were paid a modest sum, the de-
tectives said. Afterwards, the
boys billed the widow again and
collected. The youths then be-
gan submitting bills at regular
Intervals and the forgetful Mrs.
Bitner paid eacn one.
According to the officers, the
boys added to their "take" by
regularly' lifting $35 from Mr4.
Bitner's purse when she collect-
ed rent from a tenant.
Detective Thomas Hamilton,
who rounded up a dozen youths
on a neighbor's tip said none of
the money was recovered, and
that the boys said they spent it
as fast as they raked It in."

Newsreel Of Queen
During CZ Visit
Showing At Bolboa
Brief glimpm of'Quma W s-
abeth II on b visit to the Can-0
al Zone ten days ago may. 1
seen in a newsreel shown with
the feature .a-ture, "Thunde
Bay," at Babd Theater toni.h;
The newareel was received ywe
terday. too late for advance nA-
ties and wsM shown with last
night's show.
The eae el showed the Qeen
and the Armd dMref p aIt
honoronn P er c .
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 (UP)- tration's side of 1, l
Sen. Joelh R. McCarthy chkl-. White Hpose proes-0 e c rtw y 9
lenged Hary S. Truman today to James C. Haerl t tun wS t e s
agree .to a face-to-face debate on about 25,000 telegrk .s a-- the p
the uestl" of Communist Inl. same number of letters h
tratie of tthe former President's received. .
advilitti n." "At the present time, in ia h
He a2 oed that he will glad-. rVsnA that havrey mei
ly ace awdebate invitation from White House; the pt of V i
the law school students forum at the administration is li1 nh
Harvard University providing Mr. ahead," Hagerty told $s t
Truman dees the same. "As to the letterss that have ja
There. was no immediate corn. to date, the other polif vie v
meant from Mr. Truman. But ob- ahead.
servers here believe he will de- "Iamnot goingto giveyou
eline on the grounds such a debate breakdown or any figue and
would be out of keeping with his is the last 'm going to say oan 0
position as a former President, sub et." -
McCarthy showed reporters a a y'S.
letter from Hershel Shanks, coor- t t lp
dinato fhr the forum, inviting him o a a
to take part in a public debate iaor. It
with Mr. Truman. urdy, when 4
The former President and the been recelved'a" '
Wisoonsin Senator have clashed views wise h -
contua over the Communist-in- views were e
government issue, most recently 2 'to L
to am controversy over the Harry .-
Dexter sy case,
Mestawle the White Hodse and
Me ,C l e the "last word"
today battle of telegrams
ovrA- trade with Red China. '
fte Wlite House clamped the.
lid Oan ny further publicity wit
the a ono ueement that its side is ,LONDON .
"salgl abesd". in telegrams re. kin's m
eelved and traling in the letter held Uo 'i
response. Soe 30,000 conmmunica. civil at m .
Of the WsaM e 'The
Hoe"saitd be hs "no wromthe
commuiMdm .iny part of It at all.
1 Vw s have hbad plenty 4
.and forth," he. ,
he had erlt. TO
eto tabulation a of g ty
a Wet anled eV
i f "teme4 from aI area.
ay AmericanWo The effect was fI

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 (UP) "Le the people know ti & truth and h cOuntry a ai Abraham Lincoln.
Defense Secretary Charles E VWil-
them to cut their manpower b
about 10 per cent next year, it
was learned today.
Wilson ordered the reduction de OSCOW Atf ck O n PI
spite protests from the three ser Aa O I I n
vices, chiefly the Arm), that com-
bat strength would be impaired
He insisted the cuts would onl. flf B R S
down to muscle. May Be Fin Red Sand
The Air Force will not be re
quired to reduce its strength. But
it must increase iti number of UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Dec. titude adopted in the United Na- sharply with the warm reception acid commenja on the speech the
wings without adding more men. 10 tUP) Experienced United tions by the U. S. delegation received by Elsnhower in the West had hailed as a powerful
Nations diplomats said today the proves this sufficiently." United Natons'General Assem- move in the cause ft peace.
The cut will mean a saving of Kremlin's final stand on Preal- The views expressed by Mos- bly itself where Soviet delegate Tass noted that Elsenhower
a billion dollars in military pay aent Eisenhower's atomic "pool" cow radio were In sharp contrast Andrei Vishinsky joined in a "admitted that if at any time the
alone for the 12 month period be.- plan could not be measured by to those In the rest of Europe. standing ovation that lasted a United States possessed what
ginning next July 1, informed the off-hand rejections of Mos- There his plan for an Inter- lull minute. might be called a monopoly of
sources said. Many more millions cow spokesmen. national stockpile of atomic Later, he delivered his re-_ atomic power that monopl ceaa-
are expected to be sa'ed in such The diplomats expressed a- materials was hailed with rare buff. ed to exist several years ago"
secondary costs as supplies and mazement over the rebuff of So- warmth by frequently critical The beginning of the Tans re- and that he stressed the military
dependents benefits viet Delegate Andrei Vishinsky in European diplomats and news- port paraphrased the Eisenhow- might of the United States.
Wlson made his decision Satur- the United Nations yesterday papers. er speech without comment, but "After m a k I n g a series of
day, it was learned, at a long con- and by Russian commentators in The broadcast also contrasted at the end Leontyev added his threats against an-aggressor who
ference with Army Secretary Rob- Moscow. would attempt an atomic attack
ert T. Stevens and Asst. Defense Mdat diplomats declined, com- against the U,S. A" President
Secretary W. J. McNeil, the Pen- ment for publication, but Henry Elsenhower admitted he could
tagon's fiscal expert. Ford 11. U.S. delegate to the U.N. only "ascept helplessly the fact
General Assembly, gave a quick two atomic colossi were doomed
Wilson was understood to have answer to the initial Russian to eye each other malevolently
placed a "top secret" label on the statements on Mr. Eisenhower's in a trembling world," Tass said.
decision but news of it quickly plan. From Noogln to Greece
spread through the Defense De- "They're nuts," Ford said. newspaper apprto ed the plan
apartment. Other observers regarded the as a new ? to hat European
Russian remarks as only a pre- cities, t of biby war, will
The Wilson decision means the liminar,' brush-off of the Presi- be soared twel" dtruetion.
United States will have about 3,- dent's proposal of an atomic f ter Wins- i
200.000 officers. men and women bank for peaceful ude. ton C, aench Pr .to
in uniform by June 30, 1955, com- Vishinsky. in a speech made nitkrTotmau approved the u
ared with about 3 million when shortly before the general as- an. at' w dulo rethe
the Eisenhower administer action sembly adjourned its eighth an- Parel nt ai nouned i t. he
took over last January. nual session, cautiously avoided Dlomt, ov ment officials
identifying the Esenhower plan. and newspapers in Britain and
Informed sources said it also "Without the unconditional on the sontient reflected newd
will mean that between June 30 prohibition of the a tom io en th usluim for American lead-
1954, and une, 1955, the Army wil weapon and strict InternatUon- erstp. O
be forced to drop about 142,000 al control, there can be no Onl the ComaSnE t press t
persons, the Marines about 23,000, question of the peace-time use tried l dampen popular enthu-
and the Navy about 77,000 of atomic energy," Vishiusky lasm or the l a-
grand total of about 240,000. said. mplae thsIa 04teAa=s la
The M o s c w propagandists ofii a nd cities
oent's plan in their broadcasts. me tr81ts obl 2
oo ToRep. W. Sterling Colew(R-N.Y.)wenI n brod a bte b bs 5r
DB chairman of the Joint Atomic and pubsd ilt ae o was '.- t,
hon BerleWeds Energy Committee, said last d
night that Lf Russia decides to 8 Din News
NY turn down Mr. Eisenhower's pro- CT3
P s A m Inposal the free nations may have m i nfn t'hhe
to proceed with a plan of their tWitaw1 Ull
NEW YORK, Dec. 10 (UP) Tel- own.'h o a e hlat reactfit
vision's Milton Berle, too nervous Although Cole admitted Vish-
for gags tooksa Hollywood press insky's attitude may not be Rus- u -mh-
agent he has dated for two years slas final answer, he voiced lit-
ts his bride yesterday in a private tie hope the Kremlip would over- on the atognia -
a his bridem ytd pr rule its U.N. delegate immediate-
ly.ceremony. dl The I'big
The 45-year-old TV comic and From London came word that swill the Krem
pretty Ruth Cosgrove 32, said the Moscow radio, in the first Soviet ImG reece
marriage vows and exchanged reacUon to President Eisenhow- 'I .,,
old wedding bands before Judge er's atomic proposals, said he RusV
orris Eder in the presence of threatened an atomic war and "1--e.1 he of hoe
earful relatives and close friends, made a "eulogy of a policy of EISENHOWER ADDRESSES UN Speasldug o depends enter of h.. Soet
Sreception for 500 persons follow force." V eral Assembly at New York City, Praldett Union," 3thnos ,id. to
ed at the exclusive Hotel Plaza. Boris Leontyev, commentator rench re n ter
for the official Tass news agency the creation of an international atomle enera y rre6ch Irr1tn OLerA4
The bride wore pink satin said the United States Pres- Russia would be a partner, to take the world out the sh g dfeorges Bldault o his return wit
dress and matching hat designed dent is trying to impose a new a a ucsible atomic conflct. The Pxsdent's plan would Iluge fo Parissfrom the Bermuda cn
a Paris and was attended by a variation of the old Baruch plan 1irm control, storage and protection 9t the maerl~l tst g statemrene scld the ar l enhower
S Yorand publicist, a Jacquelineby a which denied the necessity of the hydrogen and atomic bombs. spiritin weearlsh e wth t thelt lh
Sherman. Berlec, who wore a blue banning atomic weapons and "ecohl- a ne tolnd
street suit and white tie, had his controlling t he application of relies consider o the eat and
manager, Irving Grey, as his best measures for banning them." war a pee." In
1nan. "It is clear the U.S.A. does not M clarthy1 Chwalere-and pace1"
want to bring about an interna- hrist-a1nN
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