The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01820
 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: AA00010883:01820
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mended the Panama Canal Company consider. "ai~ :
certain of the company's retailing and monauftu,
enterprises to Panamanian or U.S. concessionaires.
.However, BalboaHeights stated today thet no cn
sidertion whatsowevr es en given to leasing Po*C
clubhoues to private operators.
The Hotel Wa-h4to in Coldn has beena-
leased in the nmar suggested by the Canal auditah
and wil be opermed by the Mette frm Friday. .
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rags at the home
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to the Peset of the United
lou. At present the Army hauls
vestgation of duplcate facill
ties." the auditors recommend:
"The United States Govern-
ment undoubtedly had to pr
vide hoiuing subslstepce and re-
creation facilities for employes
during the canal construction
aid early operating periods. The
Isthmus was: a world outpost
without d private In-
dus~ty to Walthe demand of
a proai t of o lr .tude.
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John Morton Thoma, Jr.,
who has beear.a sImberl the
staff of te general oomm for
the Panama Canal Comnpy
since 1950, has been naed
Assistant District Attorney for
the District of the Canal Zai,.
it was learned today.
District Attorney Rowland &I
Hazard revealed that Thoman
would assume his new duties
Fet. 1.
A native of Pennsylvania,
Thomas graduated from Penn
State Colleg and received his
L. L. D. degree from Dicinson
Law School n that 8tate in
During World War II, he saw
active service as a Naval officer.
Thomson has a wife and two

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advantages to be
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marcial operations as posd .t
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mnot agencies to bhave i
slonalres operate within
actvities on Government
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meit of a minimum
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agentces control the coM
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T, N tnregT P O BOX 134. PANAMA. R. 0 P. And
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I' YTOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN In a little basement re taurant
KT OMFORUMR SOoff Rome's Via Veneto this sum-
mer. I sat wi*' American Soelillst
leader Norman Thomas and spoke
bitterly of the betrayal of America .'
ir r E M A b) urope's Socialist and labor
leaders. Gentle Norman Thomas,
The Mail BI au an open forum for readers of The Panama Amer- wearied by I s travels and an air
ien. Letters ar received goatefully and are handled in a wholly coni- plane breakdown at an Egyptian
dential mnaer. desert airport, finally rose to leave
If you tantribte a letter don't be impatient t it doesn't appear the a -luncheon ended.
aent day. ,tern se published in the order receives. H;lfway I'iogh the door, he
Plese try to keep the letters limited to one poge length1 turned and with the sadness of a
Ideaty of let ter writers as held in strictest contidence. g:.. tiy burdened man said:
This newspaper assumes no responsibility toe statements as opinions "All right, Victor, but don't you
report that all Soe!alists are Coa-
g pressed in letters from mreser. it

I "WE SHALL NOT LOOK UPON HIS LIKE..." They are not, of course. But most
S r:. of Euro' .; powerful Socialists and
Those of us who admired Monnett Bain Da.is tand who the labor federations they control,
S didn't felt not only felt a personal loss at the news of his death. which, in turn, control much or
We agreed with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles that the France and parts of Italy, are fol-
I* government of the United Stated had lost a valuable public lowing a policy the objective logic
servant of which leads straight to treason
In Panama. especially. Mr. Davis' fair mindedness. energy and against the 'ree world. i
If.lendliness won him tee liking and respect not only of the Pan- In many areas they have become
manian People but also of the Americans of the Canal Zone, the th. roving propagandists for the
US military and the American colony in the Republic. Soviet line.
Ambassadors come and go. Some appear none too qualified
for bettering relations with the country to which they are ac- One of these propagandists re-
ciedited. Others seem so eager to placate every interest In the ce- tly invaded the U.8.-,eeking to
host country that they tend to pay small heed to the interests turn our own liberal and labor
,l the Americans there who look to them for understanding and le ders against their country. This
support. man, one of France's most import-
Davis fell into neither of these categories He worked cease- ant government officials, is the oh-
lesslv for betterments that had a sound basis. Before he made so-intellectually-fashionabl Daniel
up his mind and sent recommendations to Washington, he con- Mayer. For weeks previous to Nov.
bidered how any glven move would affect not only one clique or 3, ,Ma3er agitated for the Soviet
-roun but the varied interests on the Isthmus. Constantly, he lne in New York and Washington.
udied Ithman relatonshis.Since he is the President of the
As a result. he left here a unlae record for any future in- Foreign Relations Comm:ttee of th
Scumbent to match or better as the US Ambassador to Panama. French National Assembly-a post
For The Book comparable to that held by Senate
Foreign Relatioun Chairman Alex-
ande Wiley-Mayer came with ob-
GYM TEACHERS NEED COLD WEATHER vious official and French Socialist
Party prestige.
OK people listen to this one if you want to hear how some He demanded--nd ot--long sos-
eople work for there own people.ed-ad ot-long ss
The gym teachers were supposed to go on a 9-month teach- sions with AFL Ladies' Garment
!n iob lUke the rest of the teachers. But the guys who run the Workers Union leader David Du-
department killed the thin binsk CO Men's Clothi Un-
And another thing that is wrong. The department heads ion chief Jack Potofsky, another
m.iake you take your vacation In the hot weather and not in the labor leaders. He virtually cussed
cool spring when you want IL. Other 12 month people get leave out the U. S. He was quickly told
when they want It but not the ym teachers, off by these labor men. He then
when they want It but not the gym tears hange. passed on to State Dept Counsel. ,.
T e Fr C or, Douglas MacArthur II, Senator *
Herbert Lehrnan, Madame Pandit
and United Nations'Delegate Hen- WASHINGTON (NEA) You Tmhouands obnew uses.bor atom-
ry Cabot Lodge. might not think that atomic sci- ic science Shave been 4ao dsin"e
-. ence would find a place.In the de- the Mrlt ebael xae l .i(tle
Mayer had three basic things to sign of a better dishwasher. but motil. O rif, 3 r .r- s
say: He insisted that Russia was it has. About 1000 it dttrf ave
thL victim rf an hysterical West, This is but one of the thousands usedrdimi 01ot1P". f h
iakt gCII whicl "was ringing" her with mil- of practical applicEtions of atomlio .b; uied'th ebl
LE UAL itary bases. lie ai stated that energy in peacetime whicde wolald cl c-dlgovrisci a
f0 AaY Russia did mt wapt War. Mayer result In word-wide benefits to courage of atomi eOsBW .develop-1
I ATIRU IT even told the bhe mbt that the mankind under PreMidnt Eise.-'nulMat Some aof Q te dolthId
IKlFre.ch Go iCp t ha a sMet1 bwer's new plan ,qt b nter-t- .wit d ltfh f" al a
docinient ta-e uani 'purpUTtint tion agency to devqgti the atonm's uijh ''
to state that MalefIkov's ..year cotstructive use. D 2O tl ,G.- V, /*. '
Present: consumer plan'"is R-m an. oa The dishwasbe.- problem whlch OWt )dui
scope that it3 succe-d pe a manufactr brought to the t.
pe ee not war.'" omic e was ply to
When he was c d co mbination of.
AFL spokesman at
AYV gatherings, player ie would give theb
terically that the U.S. is hysteric- 311
N T ,ally nti-Communist. At one point After irpt di
SJkA~Nt MAN and STERLING HAYDEN, in he sounded like Vishinsky, one of dried, fried egg was ,t
G his listeners reports. w :h off of dihes and
"S O r t all tl t j~s y r Injisted that the seintlaU get sme
thzr must Bo'tbe a EurIopeantilv' .a I | im m, A 8't
army becauseihe said, the Sovl* thiSe 'eaor edbl A
Your Be t Christmas Present for Only 0.60 wer r.. thr. t. We are the threat atoms, made by el0.J2
to world peace, said the man. phosphorus a l
It can now be expected that the actot.
Fr, ech Socialicts will join with the top to- t,
Com. units in a labor war on any 30 days, thi i a-
French government which doesn't up as a tracer et. h. I.
. the same -ine. yok of the
Nor do the Italian Socialists and on an ordinary ttt ad att Ul t
labor leaders love us more. Right without ae t t -'S
now they are working quietly be- plate or the
rind the reenes in. Rome to get a the N
pro-Soviet, Pietro Nenni, in the tec i b arher- .
cabinet. Ne--d has worked inti- By examining dirty
mately with the Com;. units. Ima- ter, rinses and t -Ratenfl
S'.re discussing NATO secrets with selves, it was to
hi-r. Imagine his having the right with ex
to get into the vast NATO naval of the -
ba.e in beautiful Naples Bay. On a each. by
Saturday night, Naples is so full meat., the n
SOPENING JANUARY 1ST of our warships and men that its combinatioant
main drag looL-l hke San Fran- washing job. ,
"THI SWORD FN THE ROSE" iso's Market Street during the
D A D r. TH E" R: r.
In TECHNICOLOR! Once Nenni is in, the Italian gov-
..... ernment becomes a popular front
I T L. operation. If y(. want to realize
0 L i fully what this can mean, just look
at what the current Italian cabinet
Broderick Crowford, i:"MAN IN THE SADDLE" h already agreed to send Russia. -
AISO: Soviets: hundreds of millions of
"INDIAN OPERATION dollars wrti of thermo-eleetrical The No ..o I
equi meant, cargo and refrigerator and othez' du-s
ships, tug boats, cranes, rayon, Yuletide: A t..
woolen and Lrtificial fabrics, el.~ oe2aer .] S h9
trial equipment, and textile ma- fi
chinery--in addition to food.

Red Troops Shool th s
The more you tell. The qucke you 100 Tood RSoleo

'n Southeast China
I HONG KONG, Dec 29 (UP)--'
EChinese Communist troops have
killed or wounded more than 100 todt:"
persons as the 'result of i 00 d
riots in two southeast China as t-
towns and more than 100 0th-
era have been executed for ta&k-ll

You dqp't have to ing part, it was reported today,.
Hungry townspeople broke.Into
konlbustl. Bell by restaurants and food stores at

adv"rBi in g o Wanik In Kwangtun PrvB
about 125 miles authwesalt
low coM wmt ad Hone Kong. last week, the usual.
a v l as tr- P a mly clia b l n e w s p a p rb
S:Daily Newsp
igle aest conveui-
eat way to reach 'Ie rioters wej looting
.ba ly called Re. troops
CuHms l ed.. The newspaper sad.
More than 80 persona-Inc
Sing ordinary shoppers-were
ed when the troops opened
it was said. -
Similar outbreaks
next day at nearby She
the newspaper said, and
Every e . every week . .every day- persons were killed orn
WE PARAMA AMERICAN carries MORE WANT ADS when troops again opened
te a ei" daily papers in Panama combined i More than 1.000 person&
arrestedd in the two to
S"ws.ooner said. and o
1 16 6 0,100 of them were exee
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The scoring of red threes in the In our last two columns we de-
various games of the canasta fam- scribed the bidding and play in
ily lea-s to a certain amount of one of the more popular forms
confusion and puzzlement. Most of honeymoon brdge. Today we
people switch from one game to take up a different method of play-
another without realizing that the ing the game.
rules about red threes also change. peal 13 cards face down, one
The value of a single red three at a time, to your opponent and
is alw. -s 106 points in any game 13 cards to yourself. Put the re-
of the canasta family. The bonus r-.ining 26 cards of the deck face
fo- getting all 6f the red threes down as a stock pile (as in rum-
is always 400 points. In the game my) in the middle of the table.
of canasta, played with two decks Since you are the dealer, your
of cards, there are four red threes, opponent leads first. He leads any
each worth 100 points. If your side card from his hand. You must fol-
gets all four of these red threes, low suit, if you can, but you need
you get the 400 points for them to- not play higher than the card led
gether with the bonus of 400 points, when you have a choice. If you
or a total of 800 points, can't follow suit, you may discard
In the games o' samba and bo- any card from your hand.'
livia, there are three packs, so The ;inner of the trick draws
that six red threes are in play. If the top card of the stock pile to
your side gets all six of them, you re 'ensh his hand. The loser of
get 100 points apiece plus the bo- the trick draws the next card of
nus of 400 points, or a total of the stock pile. The winner of the
1000 points. trick leads to the next trick, and
this process continues until all 26
Thus far we have been on easy cards of the. stock pile are gone.
ground. We reach a difficulty These first 13 tricks are then
when we discuss the question of put aside and disregarded. They
whether to count the red threes don't count in the final score. It
as plus or as minus scores, is only after the play of those first
in' the game of canasta your tricks that you ar.d your opponent
side gets credit for its red threes do the real bidding and playing.
_mevhav mda n

as soon as you unav e maa lan
legal meld, even if that meld is
only 15 points. This is very rare
to be sure, since the minimum
first meld is usually 50 points or
more. The important principle is
that any legal meld is enough;
you don't need a canasta to get
credit for your red threes.
f you don't have a legal meld,
your red three, are counted
against you. This doesn't mean
tlt the red threes are not count-
ed. They are counted as a minus
2sore instead of as a plus score.
,3or example, suppose your side
gets all four red threes in, the
very first hand of a game, but ydu
cannot meld and your opponents
meld out. The value of the cards
i the partnership hands is count-
ed against you, and so is the 800-
pbint value of the four red threes.
Your score for the hand is rough-
ly minus 1000.
In samba and in bolivia, you get
credit for your red threes only
after you have melded two can-
astas. These can be canastas of
any value: two ordinary canastas,
Sr two sambas, or one of each.
In the game o bolivia you may
count a canasta of wild cards as
one of your tWo canastas. (You
may even count two canastas of
wild cards, if you" happen to be
ao fantastically lucky as to get

sI If you h;.ve a good memory you
Should be able to remember ex-
actly whtt was played on those
first 13 tricks. Then, by looking at
Your own hand, you should be able
to name your opponent's 13 cards.
Hence the bidding and play of the
fiad 13 tricks should be "double
dummy" as though each player
could see his opponent's hand.
If your memory isn't quite up
to this standard, try to remember
how many times each suit is play-
ed in the first 13 tricks. That will
tell you how many cards your op-
ponent has in each suit even if
you can't nam'. the exact cards.
You'll probably remember most of
te import-nt cards that were
played during the early stages,
and you'll therefore get most of
the /alue out of your hand.
Depending on how good your
memory is, and how good your
opponent's is, you sohuld be able,
to say very accurately how many
tricks .ou can make during the
play of the final 1. tricks. Bid
and score as in normal contract
Although the first 13 tricks don't
count, they are important in the
build"' up of you, own hand and
the destruction of your enemy's.
Try to lead as often as possible,
particularly a suit in which you
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Mr. Miler a Mr. Jams teth birthday anniversary wi t
a buffet supper at the home of her
Sndpareqta, Mr. and Mrs. Julo
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James MIdig, Mis Janet Iham daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G A.
and. Meurs. JoeL McGGir and J rey of Colon, has pledged
Omar Frank -.. Kppa Apa Theta at the Unver-
Mrs.'Aruth i Albribt and rs. sity of tic tt at Storrs,
Trecy White prraide at the Conn.
let table. MkcsJoudrey is a graduate of
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jo-ir.-- ih pursmg at the Unversity.
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DR. WENDHAKE. Medical Clinic
Central Avenue "K" Stret, ce-
ner. Telephone 2-3479, Paama.
Beginning January I, 1954, KODAK
PANAMA, LTD. will open from
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. on
NURSERY SCHOOL. For children 21/
Yrs. to 5 Yrs. Supervised ploy
from 8 a. m. to 11-:15 a. m. Trora-
portotion from home to school and
back. Spanish and English spok1h.
For information eall Balboa 1334,
between 4:00 p. m. and 6:00 p.
m. New classes open Monday Jan
4th. CALL NOW.

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Sing North? Woolert overcoat used,
2 pair woolen pants, 2 woolen
shirts, new. All modem short size
$35.00. No. 6, Cuba Avenue Apt.
2, Panama City.
FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foot ma-
chine, gas stove, typewriter, youth
bed. Telephone 916, Colon.

Household AutomobiUes
OR SALE--Large refrigeratOr, 60 FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet Fleet-
cycle, price $150.00. 44 Via line, good transportation. House
Porros, Sn Francisco. 62, Mexico Ayenue, Belle Vista,
S Tel. 87-2250 during office hours.
MUST SACRIFICE new G. E. refriger- Tel. 87-220 ug fice ho
ator 7 ft. 60 cycle. Mahogany FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac con-
livingroom set and double bed like vertible, many extras, B8.1,400.
new. Gas stove. Albrook 2247. Phone 83-511-2. Curyndu C. Z.
Colle Dariin 5 Apt. 3. FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth Sedan
FOR SALE:--G. E. Refrigerator, good Good condition. Price $150.00.
condition, $75.00. 1573-A, Bl- Phone 2-3907. Cpl. John L. Leisch-
boa. Phone 2-1538 25 cycle, rwr.
FOR SALE-Bedroom furniture, din- FOR SALE:-1940 Willys Sedan, ex-
ingroom furniture, sofa, coffee cellent transportation, Panama 3-
table, end tables and other fumi- 4362, 16 Jose de Fibrega.
ture. Colombia Street No. 6. FOR SALE: Hillmon convertible,
TOR SALE:-Sunbeam mixmoster for duty pad. Ca $80000on terms,
$20 and set of English Leed's Spray $900.00. Panrim 3-2333.
74 pieces for $40. Phone Balboa FOR SALE:-1946, 98 Tudor Olds-
1514 between 5 and 7 p. m. mobile, $475. Good condition, Cu-
FOR SALE: De Luxe gas stove, rundu 5134. House 2226-B "A"
Singer sewing machine. Frigidaire St.
3-3928. P LOST
with freezer. Reasonable, Ponama LOST FOUND

FOR SALE--Cheap, double iad couch, LOST:--Glasses, bifocal, heavy rims,
floor scrubber and polisher, gas leather case, reward. Tel. Bolbooa
refrigerator, old and new house- 3542.
hold furniture, stroller, playpen and -4F.
Spad aluminum cooking set. Any- Position Offered
time. Apt. D-2539, Cassia Ave., roIi
Cocoh.i'" _- WANTED:--Expert radio technician.
FQP SALE:-Leoving country, beau- Write P. O. Box 3122 Panama
tiful diningroom set, like new, to slating your qualifications and
'the highest bidder. secondd street, recommendations.
No. 210. Los Cumbres. Telephone

M itellneos With Zonians
WANTED:-Cld quartern;aster Mor- n the Service
ri. choirs v/;tiout cushions. Te!- t S v
e ;n Bc:S:c 3547.
WA; ,ED:--;ut r.oved. to Pannamo
" 'o:td like to rent on unfurnishedi l at a i ly
b 2 bedroom chalet. e::rcble loco- I t ben or frilelo I the
Stion ne:essly. Phone 3-3605. O. 8. Alrmead .ore ore I-
----4 ---- ivte to contribute to thb de-
r 1CK SALE = t ,i 66:i0 kaso
I r*the Zone Sni"w* 's 8t-
SBoats & Motors or, The s -lamCw
SALE:-14 ft. Co'-in boat with rmtiO as to ervaem'
.ta .er; $1+25.00, Crm_,,man 3,' wbClrel ats, va '. *W m
wheel Ba.-.dow. 4-iir:h Ieiner- toens san& e gneez'pt *r e br
planer. Dunlop 8-inch Table Saw, .Itrs aU of partic il
4 nd lathq all mounted on tale fItt) *
ti th /4,HW motor, $1500 or witt t. ephs r W
,trod eithe iin? bot -9g c a be retail n.
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FOR SALE:-1947 Buick Super, 4
Door, radio, seat covers, clean car
Quartermaster metal dreaers, night
tables, dining toble. Scott atwater
hydraulic jack, near new at half
price. Call 4-434.

FOR SALE -Dinner jacket size 42,
9 boy's bicycle, full-4res 8. Call
3-1789 or 2-1693.

Wanted Positioln A

ICS trained man, multi-lingual, long
experience, desires position with
serious concern either side as of-
fice manager, accountant or exe-
cutive secretary. Address J. W.
Box 267, Colon.


FOR SAE:--Chaet raffed by Ches-
terfield, very comfortable. Apply
Real tt o ffi0ie "Plaza 2 do
Enero No. 1.

my *a-e- anseda in 0
J ir uB ownl Ree ud.
terlijf m l w ar rslmf.
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it, situatiet aad
lyOut re T attse-
ti." Herbert Welft, 5th
Street N, 2, Tel. 2-21.


In Discouraging

'Pen Par Clubs

Phon IwAPlml, Btsk
or Me eetokew ths

Gramlich Sahta Clara Bac*.cetiugis.
electric refrlerstlon, gm tovM,
moderate rat. Pon 6-441 r

FOR RENT:--Chalt., lMt built. 5
bedrooms, livinroom., dinlngrhm,
porch, terrace, garage. In "Las
Sabans," beside "Le GOrantio",
furniture factory. Fo' Iarmation
telephone 3-3356.

FOR RENT: Concret bunglow:
three bedroom, three service par-
lor, diningroom, big clomd porch,
kifthen, maid's room, whrooms.
garage hot water conactionrs,
135.00. Sonny Boy, SbbnIs 110.
Telephone 3-3041.

FOR RENT:-AII funhhed 2 bed-
room house In Miraflorew Call 2-
2415, Paname from to 9 p. m.

IFOR RENT:-Speaous furnMied res-
| idence, "La Crestd."m 3t Street
No. 10. Telephone 2-1458


todem 2. 4' nd
or unfurmlshd
8061. 10th Sty
ephone 1386.

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Son Francisco.
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bedroomsr, maid's room, ri
Telephone Paeoia.^uaa
F)Rft REN:--4tminE 1 beidruiu
mots dnwlithr
FedoAeric, Ld Ave mi.
two *F4
Apply AO, 0%
suitable for two corLita
action. 43rd Stret N6. ,H;
Vista. *
FOR RENT i--ModeUn apartment,
ingroom, two HEwvpm, dbamLnai
kitchen sviae. 55. Tel. 3-aI
Porque Lpfevwr 7th St Bis. ,

A spokesman reported today that two
the Army is winning in its cam- rom, g rs 3 re
pign to diseturage soldier parti- 43 Stree
citation mn "plti pal" clubs and 43 St .
thrf rms f "blind" correspon- FOR RENT.
dence. two b t
$90. Tel.
Most people, he said, appreciateFOR tt. trni
how subversivee elements" can merit for er.co
use such di :oe. to gather valua- St. orl.,C
ble information and dish out pro- S "'--
A regulation issued last Septem-
ber urged correspondence between
troops anU preons with whem thy FOR j
have personal ties, but banned Ar- FORT
my endorsement of any effort to tumiuhed
Stimulate letter writing "between or' tw
persons not previously known to Ig 5'S
ach other." drictl te
Under the order, Army newspa- 2798.
pes, radio stations and other Ar- FOR RENT-in b Vi
my information agencies were furnished
barred from furnishing list of in- privileges.
dividuals, units and addresses to ne 43rd St.
unauthorized persons or organia-
tioe. They were told to discourage FOR R5NT O it S-
soldiers from participating in pen furnmih d,
p.l clubs, chain letters, round rob- board ,Wl I.
tIs and other "blind" correspon- R F REN
dence. Iy
"Wel-meaning amateur organis- ator.,d
nations the spokesman said, usual- prMivt tu
ly are "symp; thetle" when told the L r -
rr sons they ca't be given l ts
of soldiers for letter writing.

Scrape And Serve
I SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Dee. The
(UP)- Mrs. George J. Weltord
the wife of a Fort ram Houston i
soldier, wrote a nostalgic letter
to a relative In her Dative MiMh-
Igan pining about "Christnma
without good old Michiga
several days efo Chrlraas
she received a Jar of water Il.
baled icw tth t
"Pour Into l "cet
frame thorou"hlW. he

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THE PAN AMA A .m__ ,
H Street No.51

FOR SALE.--Lack of Security? Retir-
ing? Invest in Chinchillas. Write
Box 287,. Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:-One Estron jacket, lined
with Rayon and interlined with
wool. Never been used. Size 40.
Cal Panama 3-4050.

Three United'atats Represen,
titives were aboard the Panama
ft the Panama Line which aY-
rived'lin (frtibal it tI.. 7 e -
tarday from ew .Yor. The
afip arrived a few hours later
tabn the normal schedule be-
-uaise of heavy carpb shlnitmtS
handled in port -au-Prlnce.
They are. Reps. Lester Holli-
man, Der ocrat; John J. Rooney.
Democrat- and Paul A. Fino, Re,
publican, all from the state of
New York
Holtzman was born in Rego
Park, Ne" York and is a grad-
uate of St. John's Law School.
te practiced law in New York
several ytar before being elect-
ed to congress in 1952. He Is a
tlember uf the Government Op-
erations committee,
Rooney is from Brooklyn, New
Plrk and was born in the disL
tric whic he represents and if
his family has lived
S more than 85 years. A gradut
Of Fordham University School of
Law, he is a member of the Comr
inittee or Appropriations and s
tanking minority member of the
S Sub-committee on Appropria-
tions for State, Justice and Com-
meree Departments and the Fed-
eral Judiciary. He was one of
the official observers of the Bi-
kIni -Atom Test.
Fino is a former assistant at-
torney general of the State ofi
New Yor. He was born in New
-' ork Ctt" wra educated in the'
Hew t'or public schools and is
'ilraduarte of St. John'a Law
School. He was elected to the
] jew Yori. State Senate for three
; terms and was elected to Con-
r press in 1952.

3 speeds, automatic
Saa 8 e iyces Pay only
O~to eaplete with magnetic
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son 3f Ralph Edwards of Bal-
boa, .hai recently graduated
from the Ordnance specialist
course at the Aberdeen Prov-
,ing Ground, Maryland, as a
heavy antiaircraft artillery
control system mechanic.

recent y completed a tour of
duty ,H project off offer othe
Nuclear Physes Branch, Phys-
ieal Sciences Division, Office
of Nava' Research, in Wash..
ingtlo. He was in charge o!
two xpeditions to the North
Geomagnetic Pole to obtalu
data on cosmic rays by means
of aerial balloons and rockets.
He has been signed as public
works officer at the .S. Naval
HospfRa Corota Calf. Pre-
Vabusly he ered a tant
mWle wtrk oleor of the th
N l District from 1 to
1M81. A graduate of as Unl-
vernity of Wablnt, be is
the on of Lt. Cl. nd M9, M.
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Si. ,'u I sh defitlo aa r . ke current ttal nd sparedte za r t- I sht him three tIm." G'rman prAru has bt
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s t loob fr L- i 5 251,770 ad Ai greater strngth without addin/ Clarke Count to e e r be- allevitian o the main social
new pe ,rsodL cause he feared for bs afetf problems unemployment and
Anweltown wit Ia Nov. 0 aprer was pronounced dead dia arrival the refugee problem, housing
Apt.D ed a of mo at a funeral home. He had been and the restoration of living
at -D *. IM arrested by Hilr s at standards."
ouh elM c i iIn mMtare, CHICN WIRE Bessemer late last on a It blamed much of Italy ltow
i s illy," ut ** m 000 reached in Aprl9, 1S. and hugitvre wrar chb that economic recovery on the heavy
SF 0 he had ai 0 f ,ne burden of its chroo IyoWu-
prI ed naIs f ae The reduction actu FENCIN WIRE on a mood hlne conyvi fine UlaonAod critsczedBu-
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0A*a of bel wda dso hpowfr elhbbd to cdilbrh: tional Assocation for %be Ad-
ho9lal th M Ide J. an 3 ani u semI o t6toe of vancement of Calaod IrmIe di
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daid Ici ruled to drop at leAst ano ea
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Terps, Spartans Picked
United Press Sports Editor

NEW YORK. Dec. 29 Most of the football
bowi games shaped up today as tight matches -
and thai's the way it should be.

Picking the winners is riskierI jury is causing Marl and d
than usual but here's a try on backers plenty of concern.
the big ones: If Oklahoma nad employed;
ROSE BOWL: Michigan State much of a passing attack during
over UCLA. the season. instead of almost
ORANGE BOWL: Maryland complete reliance on running'.
over Oklahoma. wed lear. to the Sooners. If Fa-
. SUGAR BOWL: Georgia Tech lonev is ngrgt though, the Terps'
over West Virginia. .should continue as No. 1.
COTTON BOWL: Rice over,
Alabama. SG'AR BOWL
GATOR BOWL: Texas Tech
over Auburn. George Tech. 8-2-1. is favor!,1
It's probable there'll be up- by t1o touchdowns over West
sets on New Year's but where?,Virginia. 8 1. largely because it s
Oklahoma and Auburn may be a .tep up from its normal class
in the best spots, for West Virginia.
Looking in on the bowls: Tech. hoa ever is outweighed
and out passed It should be a
ROSE BOWL tough one with Tech's experi-
ence in faster company making
Michigan State. 8-1. has less the dif.e.ence.
heft but more speed than UCLA.:
8-1, and the Spartans certainly COTTON BOWL
have a far more versatile at-
tack. Rice, b-2. has the ground
Biggie Munn's Big Tenners power to add another defeat |
combine all of UCLA's single to the odd season for Alabama,
wing stuff with plenty of T 6-2-3. Alabama came bark
and split-T. strong until it tangled with
Defensively. UCLA fig u r es Maryland but Rice, led by full-
tough but its Midwestern foe back Kosse Johnson, seems t,
may have an added incentive to have a manpower edge up
"win the big one for Blggie." front.
Munn is reported heading for
otiser duties after the Rose Bowl GATOR BOWL
game. 1 i

Texas Tech.l, ll -li. eneaU ivis
ORANGE BOWL stssippi State. which hung tha
tie on Auburn. 7-2-1. and thi
Maryland, 10-0, the nation's general idea is the Texans car
No. 1 team as a result of being do the same to Auburn.
the only major outfit going all High zpeed attack carried
the way without a defeat or a Texas Tech to victory over ai
tie. has'a big question mark: foes but Texas A&M. Auburr
quarterback Bernie Faloney. apparently has more depth an.
Be' "Mr. SpIit-T" and makes that could spell plenty Qf trout
the Terps click but a knee in- ble.
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* BIG DEAL The Pittsburgh Pirates have sent infielder Danny
O'Connell (right) to the Milwaukee Braves for six players and an
.unannounced sum of money. The Braves pave up pitcher Max
Surkont (top left and outfielder Sam Jethroe .bottom,. The
Millaukee club also gave up fielder Bid Gordon and pitchers
Fred Waters. Lawrence La Salle and Curtis Raydon.

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SH~M~ESS RACING Gov. Thomas E Dewey con-
1S EYor'kCity Police Commlssioner George Monaghan,
blhen apointed to rule over the state's scandal-rid-
Mrti M. Monarhan. who takes office as soon as
,egisiat~sr I sed. met With Dewev in the Governor's
suite in New York.

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Snead To Take

Third Crack

At R.P. Open

In agreeing to eame to an-
ama for the '54 Open, Sammy
Snead, the slugging leg-drtv-
er who is being sponsored by
Hotel El Panama, Is returPing
to the Isthmus for his third
consecutive try at the local
golf championship.
In a recent Interview held
with Richard Dehlinger in MI-
ami. Samm# declared that he
was confident of annexing the
1954 tournament regardless of
how formidable l the eppoai-
For the mast two years Snead
has finished second behind
Roberto de Vleeno. In order to
come out on top in the Jan. 14,
15, 16. 17 play, golf experts
contend that he will have to
overcome his perennial Jinx at
the No. U hole on the back 9.
It was at this point where
Slammin' Sammy hacked away
to an atrocious 8 in the final
round of last year's competi-
tion and blew his chances of
defeating the Argentine player.

Bulldogs, A.C.

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Last night the
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n Tonight's game at Balboa gym BROWNIES-- AB R H'O A skI, Kubil::i.teI
between the Bulldogs of BBS and Moore, as .. ... 4 1 2 Gordaa. oi prk No .Fske
ithe Rams of the A.C. will closelL6pez, b .... :. 3 0 1 0 1 3-2i. Wnlt more thn .one
lout the year 1953 in so far aslGladstone, r .... 2 1 1.. 1 0 (1-1). UThn Ma- etn Moo .and
i local basketball is concerned.Kellman, c .. 4 0 2 2 0 then, W t s ftmim hIne lma each. g
iIThe doors to the gym "will beIGrenald, ct..... 4 0 1- 2 0 of Gau ee.-2:.. lou..
'.open at 6 p.m., and the firstlGordon, Ib..... 4 0 10 0
(game between the BHS J.V. andlArthurs. If...... 2. 0 ( 3 0
the Wolverines will start at 6:30 Hardy. If ... ..2 0 0 0.
Ip.m. with the varsity -contest Al. Brathwalte, 2b 4 0 0- 4 3
coming on to the hardwood sur- Clark, p....... 3 0 0 4
face Immediately after this. McDonald...... 1 0 : 0 0
The Rams will be the favorites Totals .. .. ..33 2' 24 14
to extend their winning streak to
five straight games, having al- YANKES-- AB B IB f A
ready defeated Cristobal High, Kubski, lb ...... 4 0 0 2
the Junior College twice, and Hardin, 2b ..... 3 2 1 6 0
Balboa High once. Their all- Jazinski, as. . 4 1 3 t'
around ability is too much forRae, rf.. .. .. .. 4 0 0 0 0
the Bulldogs to cope with to- Wilhelm, 3b ... 2 0 1 0 0 .
night. Kropf. ct .... 4 0 1 3 0 J
Porter, If .... .. 3 0 1 -
Just for the record, however, Shantz, c....... 3 0 1 5
It might be wise to mention that Neville, p .. .... 3 0 0 0 2 '
the Rams are not members of l- -
the Interscholastic League, and Totals.. ......30 3 2 12
games with them In no way af- -
feet the standings in this league. Score By Inntig'
Cristobal's Tigers have already Brownies ...... 100 00 010-2
cinched this honor and no mat- Yankees .. .. .. 201 000 x-3 .
ter what the outcome of games J A
with the Rams might be there Runs B In--Kellmn i,-
will be no change in the Inter- Withelm. Nttned Runs-Bmwn- *
scholastic League standings. lea 2. Yakes 1. Left o n BaeS- .
Brownies 8, Bombes 4. 1 A
Coach Walt MIkulich wouldn't Base Hlt-IOladato "'PM -N .'. W
say for sure what his starting --hanSit. Striaket ----
lineup for tonight's game would 5, Clark Ba on.Balls off--..
be. He seems to be undecided be- NeYvHl :1la IS., T
teen his veteran, all-senior Oladstonk L6p "E
team of Jim May. Tom Davidson, Brathwalte, Moore,
Bob. Bingham, Bill Martin, and Kubslk, Jasinski; Newile,l
Jack Corrigan, or his sophomore-
junior outfit made up from a- a..
mong Jack Perantle Jim Reece,J
E d Scott, Jerry Robnett, Al u
Blackall and Earl Martin.
Whichever it is, they will have Vl O
to face a great collection of lo-
cal basketball players headed by p 1 "
the smooth playing Wally Trout
and Bob Gibson and amply sup-
ported by Arnold Manning, Ed-
ear and Oscar Kourany, Edgar NEW YOR -g (t t P)
McArthUr and Bob Carlin. The authoritatve.
zlhe--"Rln%"-i Xs wamnd
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CHICAGO. Jan. 29 (NEAl-Red champ .. .
Schoendienst found Wrigley Field have Belg-* *
a home this past season before tb Ith'rab t d.
In 11 games in the Cubs' park, mentioned that
th- Cardinal second sacker had 28 champ Jimn y Cart.
hits in 51 at bats for .549. non-Utle bouts.
In the final series, Red decided
to put on the pressure as he bat.- A Cuban .. -- "
tied Carl Fr.illo for the Naional Valdes-wa vo_ the f t '
League batting title. Red Rlammed who "made the m rt pr -
out seven hits in his last 15 swings 1953." Valdds pst
at Wrigley Field. Charles.. .

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Play Next M-oiy

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For An Unbeaten Season

By UNIT D IPRES against Southern Methodist and
Teas against Alabama. BlRe
Collegiate basketball's best rate the e ldge.
bete for an unbeaten season are
Duquesne and Kentucky. IteRenatucky InWltaP n -
Right new, Duquemne has won tue pinyg loyton.
Pain straiht... Kentucky six iken ckyag3t Mt
straight. Kentucky Is ranked We- nova ag Inst Louisvile
ed and Duqu e third In e Xavier of Ohioagainst
S ratings of the UniteP P tate Western Ketueir
ard of coaches. Indian i favored.
ranked first, but the Hooslers
nay drop back because of last At Oklahoma City, IW We A1S
aRglday's upset by Oregof State. Cola tournament...
Duquesne Is favored in the A-Mnd- aait it
lolday festival now ng on at Okluhoma City i u
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ittur' won their opder Sat- top team there.
irday niht with a 75-49 win
vert Yo Unl vertty. Dek. Dartmouth Y hot to lte
iket, Jim Tucker and 81 New ngland ot
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mints for Duquesne. Ing games send vi
against Brown,
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height tonlt with 14 tournss
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down af-the bit fnqt
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Duke To Attend

Funeral Of Victims

Of NZ Train Wreclk

AUCKLAND, New Zealand *(Le the proph
Dec. 29 (UP) The Duke 1 i
Edinburgh will attend a m --------
funeral at Wellington Thursd'. TWENTY-NINTH YEAR
for unidentified victim of thle
Christmas Eve train wreck whic.1
killed 168 persons, it was an.
nounced today.
While Queen Elizabeth II car-8
ries on the scheduled program 8 6 1 C
for the Royal tour the Duke wi'l
fly to Wellington with Pri.lut
Minister Sidney G. Holland.
Some London newspapers
during the past week question-
ed whether the Queen should10
continue on her schedule in *
New Zeatand in the face of the
train disaster at Tangihai. WIESBADEN, Dec. 29 UPI -
U S. Air Force officers said to-
The Royal couple spent most day that 10,662 Americans will
of today resting and traveling be sent home from bases in Eu-
south from the Maori country\ a- lope and North Africa within
round Whangarei. the next six months in a major
They traveled through the economy drive.
sunny and cheerful countrys.l:'l The Americans will be replaced
to spend three hours in the al:- by local civilians at an annual
ernoon at a seaside haven on tu- saving of at least $15,000,000 in
edge of the Pacific. wages alone, the officers said.
The Queen and Duke drove 1, American airmen returning to
the relaxing beauty of the Wer.- the United States will be avall-
derholme seaside estate of H W.lable for duty with new wings
Couldrey near the Waiweta beln formed there.
beach resort.
beahey nched on a balcony Further reductions of Amerl-
overlooking the beach. Aroui d can personnel will be considered
them blazed crimson pohutuk -;f enough native civilians can be
wa blooms. Tuis and parakeet 'recruited to take over the vacat-
chorused in the bush nearly ed Te i.662 o officers, airmen and
and hundreds of yachts sailed in The 10662civilian employes will and
the bay under a blazing sun. b replaced by 8611 local civilian
Later the Royal couple went to workers in Germany, Britain,
workers in Germany. Britain,
the beach with a picnic hamper France. Austria and French Mo-
while- security police insured rocco as part of the economy
them the strictest privacy, drive.

US To Share Atom

Without Russia,

Solodn Predikts
-Sen Bourke B. Hickenlooper
(R-Ia.) predicted today that the
United States will find a way t,
Share the peacetime benefits of
S atomic energy with other free
natio even if Russia refuses to
go along wth President Eisen-
hower's "urankim bank" plan.
The Senator iS a member and
former chairman of the joint
congreasi.onM Atomic Bnergy
Com.tittee which would have to
paus on any legislation plans f.,r
US, participation in an inter-
national atoms-for-peace pro-
gram. such as Mr. Eisenhower
proposed in a speech before tne
United Nations General Asserm-
bly earlier this mOnth.
Mr. Elsenhower suggested that
the United States, Russia. Brit-
ain; Canada and other atomic
powers contribute portions ot
their uranium stockpiles to al
U.N sponsored agency which
; wild develop peacetime uses of
atomic energy for the benefit of
the whole world. The President
hinted that cooperation in this
limited field might build up
enough mutual confidence a-
mong tho nations to warrant a
more ambitious attempt at con-
trolling atomic weapons as well
The Soviet Government has
accepted Mr. Elseihower's Invi-
tation to enter into private dip-
lomatic talks on the proposition
to set up a peace-time atom
* pool.

"As far as peaceful uses io:
atomic energy are concerned,'
Hickenlooper said, "the United
States is moving more and more
toward a position where It can
make atomic resources available
to the frte world."

Officers at Air Force head-
quarters here said a planned ec-
onomy reduction already started
will reduce American personnel
in Britain by 4237.
The cut in Germany will a-
mount to 3508 men, in France
2282. French Morocco 626 and
Austria nine.
They said that "in no case will
civilian replacements weaken
U.S. Air Force installations."

Progress Made

On Trieste Issue

Yugosvs Feel
BELGRADE, Dec. 29 (UP1 -
A Yugoslav Foreign Office
spokesman said today that "con-
siderable progress." has been
made in efforts to work out a
solution cf the Trieste problem.
Deputy Foreign Minister Joze
Brilej toid a preAs conference
that the western powers have
contributed to the general im-
provement in outlook by modify-
ing a proposal which was re-
jected by Yugoslavia last month.
Yugoslavia objected to the
pLan, which called for a five-
power conference on Trieste
questions because it would have
given Italy.control of the Anglo-
American Zone of the disputed
territory before the conference

Brilej said Yugoslavia still Is
willing to agree to the cession
of the city of Trieste to Italy,
provided an "agreed solution" is
reached cn the rest of the An-
glo-American zone, which he
said is "predominantly Yugos-

The five powers which wouldI
take part in the proposed con-
ference are the United Stat's,
Britain. France, Italy and Yu-

D UP-Holding his famous glass walking stick, sur-
rSalvator Dell was caught in an awkward position
Jl his gmse, Italy hotel He is in the Eternal Cty
W h bis plans to illustrate a new edition of Dantes
Wyil' Z' se you're wondering about his moustache
rtia 1 s measure eight inches on each side.

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To Replace

USAF Men Overseas

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TO BECOME A HOUSEWIFE Hedy Lamarr and her new hus-
band, W. Howard Lee, walk toward a Los Angeles bound plane
after their marriage at New York City. Hedy said they will live
oi Houston, Tex., where she will become a housewife although
"I may make a picture now and then." This was the fifth mar-
riage for Hedy and the second for her millionaire husband, Lee.

Argentine Pair Push Model T

For Detroit, Year-End Goal

TEXARKANA, Tex., Dec. 29
(UPj.-Jose and Ramon Fernan-
de7. who have been two and a
half years driving from southern
Argentina in their 1914 model-T.
raced against the clock today In
their effort to get to Detroit be-
fore the end of the year.
Jose. 73. and his son. Ramon,
29. want to pay homage at the
Prave of Henry Ford, the man
who built their car, before the
Ford Company ends its 50th An-
niversary celebration Thursday.
They entered the United States
last Thursday at Laredo, Texas,
but they've. been plagued by
mechanical trouble ever since. It
took them three days to make
the 500 mlleb to Dallas, Texas.
They walPl' nearly a day in
Dallas for spare parts to arrive,
but they finally decided to go on
without them at 3 u m yesterday.
So they Duft-.putted onto the
road. to Detroit,

Their. 40-yeaold car will only
average 30 miles an hour. so it's
doubtful if t ey'll be able to get
to Detroit by: midnleht Thurs-
dat. They lan to go through
Little Rbock, Ark.. ana St. Louis,
After they reach Detroit, they
want to go on to Washington to
Dav tribute to Georse Washing-
ton, and they hope they'll be al-
lowed to visit with President
Elsenhower. as thev have with
the Presidents of several other
The old Ford has no self-start-
er, and still has its original mo-
tor. Fernandez, wno wears an
Army-tvpe uniform, hopes even-
tually to offer It to the Ford Mj-

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tor Company as a tribute to their
reputation as an automobile
SThe Feinandezes have name
the car "Perllta." after Perla.,
one of the Fernandez' two
daughters. The old car proudly
files the flags of both Argentina
and the United States.
They've spent $13.000 and 30
months on the road because of
a joke in Rio Negro. Argentina.
where the two did run an ex-
porting and importing business.
Ramon had Just reaired the old
car for a hunting trip. His father
"What you say we drive It to
New York?"
Ramon thought his father was
joking, and on-an Impulse Jose
dared Ramon t-get the car in
condition for the trip. Within 15
dave they'd saI their business
and started o ti- ir.000-mile
trio. -'

NYGil Gets

Report O Violence

AI Dock Election

NEW YORK, Dec. 29 (UP) -
Waterfront law enforcement of-
ficials sent Gov. Thomas a .
Dewey their report today on al-
leged violence and' Intimidation
which accompanied last week's
election to decide which of two
rival unions shall represent Nmw
York-New Jersey dock workers.l

HcuaUUr lVIIUI Dewey asked for Information
r American Federation of Labor
Appears V Behalf charged that '.lruPPrters were
SMr' threatened a t ated by
members of the ps deM t in-
ternatlonal Longshoremens As.
sociation darng the lectm.
The case of the Ecuadorean A report on the election held
motorship Cavalier whichh was last Tu6sday atis W6dmlts yn
attached in Balboa last week, der auspiceesof the tX i La'
was continued until Wednesday bor Relatlona was
in the U S. District Court at sembled W h y terDta ,
Ancon yesterday. police o aa1 ., 1iw r
Appearing for the plaintiff, New Jersey
Jack O. Lamont, an American slon and t he e I ew'
resident of Mexico City was the mediation bo;M -, r
law firm of Van leclen. Ramirez '
and De Castro. The Ecuadorean Dewsl *
Consul here presented a letter tigatl
In court today from the lawyer AFL took
who represents Psquera Naclo- and cl 7-..
nal del Ecuador to the effect that AFL
the amount which was owed by Union
Adalberto Trevino Jimenez was on to
paid in Ecuador. an an i5
Lamont alleges that Trevino. lots.
who under the agreement was to .
pay him $1200 a month starting The
Sept. 1. did not snake paytg ents
for November and December.
Under the terms of the charter. e
the libel contends. Trevino would
lose all previous payments if he
!ailed to meet tb&$M i aoit.,-
tion for lhy, oneqnlm.
The 175-ton ~otd llp teo
have failed exactly a week p..

Army Tigu f-s Up

On Medical

For C160i.m
Only illness or Injury sustain-
ed by Army employes'In line of
duty will be treated free of
charge after Dec. 31, the U. 8.
Army Caribbean announced.
A release issued yesterday
"The Department of the Army
has notified United ts Army
Caribbean that effweftr January
1, the only hospitaization bene.
fits that civilian eflplo'es of the
Army will receive are those for
which they are eligible under the
provisions of the United States
Employes Compensation Act.
"The US. Employes Compen-
sation Act makes.provision for
medical care and hospitalization
for treatment of personal Injur-
ies sustained while in the per-
formance of duty, including ac-
cidental injury and any disease
caused by employment.
"Prlor to receipt of this direc-
tive Army employes in the Pan-
ami area were receiving certain
hospitalization benefits for both
on and off-duty injuries or Ill-
nessa The fuun curtailment di-
rective results in. Army, Navy
and Air Force employes In this
area receiving equal ,.-edlic
"All civilian empleaffect
d ty is new oritera;e es lr-
uniobd leadtrutions h-o4a i
to ptoce-dures involving,'Ui fu-
ture hositallatlon -or meditl
care In thI e Canol 'Za" e.

Fraed e'sedn l e

munist and independent p os ata1
union leaders sought today to
spread throughout France h week
old strike of mail workers.
hus far, only a minority
tal workers represented by the
Reddominated General Coedera
tion of Labor (CGT) and small in t
deneadent unions have been el t
But late last night, the COT a
the autonomous union red i
poatl workers to close
"st tup in umdty their fig
wMet'boosts by orgAizng wa -
o',is everywhere '
however, the soclalTla ook
Ouigre aond the Carif
rs CWTC unions, whic
moat of the nation's o
plo)e, thus far have E "
let fheir members Join e wa&' 1
The F0 and flt CMC gl
hav raid they 4do nt 0 1
strips' densnds for uSt- W
in year-epd haddai
8. s fras ), .2tbWi.)
can be pained li
they are
t6 help t e
ptawalkout into a
summer's g ma t.
ritually pareyed tf i
'he curl*eit wal4lat
sent in to

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WA8HIQTNGC Dec. 29 (UP)--
MaJ; Charles Yeagers r roet
test plane .wnt 6ut of control
and dropped early' 10 agoniag
miles before he regained conwrol
on his hlstorioc ieed flight De;.
13, it as learned today.
If Ysager *la to be 100 yew,
old, he wil have spent 70 years
on borrowed the, said one gov-
ernment official familiar Plth
the flight.

Yeager, to whom breaking
speed records is no novelty
hurled his Be XZlA rocket to
ship through the skies at 1, .0
miles an hour In the record-set-
ting Dec. 12 ht. -f
Informed ources said the
plane went gut of control when,
Yeager had dllimbed to more
than 70,000 feet.-between 13 ad -
14 miles up--ad was rocketlngq
along at a spSd.approximaely
2 V2 me tht of sound.
It dropped aie 50,000- -
nearly 10 mile-efore the stealI
nerved lot wa able to bri tt
under control,' Me sources uid
Details -of What happened to
the speedy Mip to fling. 'It
roughly erthward, if know,are
a mlltarye crt6 -
During the6 foot dro,
the plane appa rntl filed ve
lent y. :
At about 20,000 feet Yeagerl rt
gained control and was able to
glide to a landing, informead
sources said.
The test pilot conceded at a
Dec. 17 news conference that his
ridq was "not a grWvy run.. not
a very soft drive," but! he sll- t
fully parried questions about
what went wrong o h .thqa to
indicate the controls ave wtou-
But the flight made it ti
that much careful scei f t
study must be made before 'ac
tical military planes can b de- I
signed to fly at such trlicfl ht
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