The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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1:" P4, 9NV AT. .N ^ -VANCE S O f By VICTOR 1IEESL
THI% IS YOUR FRUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN For thelhecond time in 20 years,
Joh L. Lewis may reshape the
entire pattern of American polities
S and labor's dealngs wi*the in-
dsraAIL BA sts who employ its many
Almost two decade, ago, John
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Panamo Amer' L. launched CIO. Today, after .
Cea. Letters are received gratefully and ore handled in a wholly coati- scores of secret meetings and
dAtiol manmer. c( fidential talks with the most
If you contribute a letes don't be Impatlint it it doesn't appear the powerful men of labor, he once .
Mst day. Lttenrs ore published in the order receive. more has begun to move towards
Please tiy to keep the letters limited to one page length. t'e creation cf a massive labor
ldetaity of letter writers is hold in strictest confidence,. federation in which he hopes nelth-
Thise newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions er *rge M' any nor Walt-T
pressed in letters from reoenrs. Reuther will have policy making
o0- power.
Lewis Is eager to develop the
Mail Box .............. tremendous metropolitan area of
SANITARY OR UNSANITARY? New York as his base of opera-
air: lions That accounts for his move
The Panama Canal recently installed electric hot air hand ontr ti.e port's docks. This be did i
driers in the washrooms of all their clubhouses, to save money on with the meticulous care he gives
uatier towels. a;., of his mayjr projects. Just as
Nice sanitary things they are They draw the dirt and germs he knows the coal industry down
up fropm the toilet floor, heat them, and blow them out on your to its most minute detail, so Lewti
wet hands. If you don't believe it. Just notice the dirt streaks knows the docks today. He has a
leading up from the floor, on the wall, to the intake on the bot- list of 77 thugs he wants, elirmin-
tom of the drier. ated.
Some theaters in Panama remedy this b, installing the ma- He has drawn up plans for a
chine upside down, with the intake on the top. Didn't you think wat. .roobt credit *jnion to dilve
of this, or don't you care. or do you want to have more patients the money-lendling racketeers off
In Gorgas and make more money, the ,iers. He has detailed a wel-
Observant fare and pension fund, and thus
hopes to make a clean unio'- of'
the sw; ii, f t piers, as he did
BREAD ON THE PAN in th4 coal f Ids years ago.
Sir: Balboa .Z. This will give him a following
Don't you just know how cute we are when we close the corn- of some 40,000 men in that dre
aissaries and stop the sale of bread in the club. ouses for half a At thli same time he has ap- .
week during the busiest season of the vear' And then have some fle.'ved moves b ny his bher, Den.
emploves tell the trade to buy their groceries in particular stores the wealthy Disto bringbutive, Prthess- ld
in the Republic? --Lord Helpu n ;n-; a .o Office .'orkp. Union, the .
S. ._____________.troversial District 65, which
-- ms it broke with the Comrt.u '
S. i.~ts last year. Mhis union has 40,-
1)00 members in New York's do- c
I.rrtment stores and warehouses
alone. It has thousands of othei
r 'mbers in several major citiq..
It :..itlly alarmed Texas officials
and businessmen by invading the
stra'.egic oil ce..ter of Port Arthur.
Ant. the DPOW is independent
f.r I alter freuther has just told
its leaders in Detroit that its in-
terim affilitaion with 'he CIO ends
with the first of the year. Mean-
while, Denny Lewis has asked
some polilic. I leaders to approach WASHINGTON-( A) T
his union ard urge it to join Lew. ot cnho .uq. la n
is' District 50. If it does, it brings S i a1illtertti tional e7. pu- 1
\, )in a aiu;e treasury. It has $11.. Ilote peaceful uis A
001,000 invested in Wall Street. It Gry arouse more l16 t. qle1- I1
owns a small sky-scraper which I power divelv m t. _u
houses a department store, res- All kleds alf
taurant aa3 nigh club of its owl,. mde ot av
And it is investing in 'lorlids real Pwer 0It 0hab10 o1I
At the same time, Lewis has aw:p, f ;t l tot W thz I
been talking nitu, leaders of at econoucelly competitive Sd I h
least 10 other unions known to me p rentsft *ht ~ M.lt8, aB A
4 leai g some of them onsidea. evelepmeets have lowered t p 9
ble 'ums of money up to a quarter aghts on these estimates p
of-V lot a million dollars.-And he 1erabl.. .. ...... T-1gB
established the closest relations The problem Is stated me t dam. e0
iue:-s.. Unm. am... s iz by Dr. IR. B. Patersesgbead to

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rBeck's Te tUlWe
What mo omi
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his 74th ye Ie i ager to c of el
and possible lead, I have In a
friends lead, a powerful Is ,r itly i.
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them. Earlier this year Lewis ni-. Pr' company0
tinted certain moves to bring thim- '
seW -nd AFL president GoM
Meany together. Lewis wanted tS osts
move back into the AFL and madd
a United Mine WoredP d.
chkc, for three months dues.
This, Lewis aw as the begh mic
n..g of merger of all labor
Sw" ut Reuther playing much o t
a role. But George Meany had tivd in
promised that he would deal with djced for 3 minls
Reuther on uni.y and would not go Petitilde with bWi
le ba.) on his word. Meany sent erl- Pllts n11 i
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ite hotel, the Carlton in Washing.- material usad f
ton, to prepare the wEy in for the acto rs- h v
man who is the cartoonists' do public. ip
light. Lewis could come into the cost cf mraW
AFL, but not witt z ny special hon-
ors, Meany indicated.
.'hen In radio, television and
S mg; zine interviews, Meany told
the country that Lewis would not W A
play any part in the unity negotim, 7
tions between the AFL and CIO.
John L. is a man who never
rings twice. He, decided, instead The Brtedway I
to go ahead with his plans to build
a new third labor federation. Spe- Man Abet T'
cffic; lly. it was said in the Oniled Rose-Joyce M
Mine Workers heafdqi rters, "Thm 0irted a= way now to gqt a united labor Min's ex@ (Dr.
movement, is to start a third la. h ; a new Swu
bor movement." llanlat mabs
John L. then got Into his car, ara rtam nrW '
alcnc, and drove across the land, ted her
talking to labor leaders as he it has aes
went. When he saw his chance t eo. Kaye _
t"' on the enti e AFL in a fight Becaus 1d
on the waterfront, he moved. Butiotns...It'S a.a
only because he believed he could KrOs (ivb
win and show hat his prestige ., Mlual L .1.L
still suhicien ly grandioFe to beat rLaad her
down the comLined power of 1t),-the dehmf t ."
000,000 AFL members-AND GO A?.. A very
Lewis may thus not only beat
some of his old labor enemies but
algo some political ones in one
operation. Lewit knows, of c>>urse,
that Meany ant Governor Dewey
arm; close in this drive to ,lean up
the waterfront. If he beats both t
of them, then John L., wi'h
nm.mbers in New York, bee
a power in the state and sone
for the White Houi: to ree
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Si year" sad denied tber wp any
stmiems Uheas new se t of circumancem cus-
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The diagnosis by a connce
of ecapomicas in Wat nt
Moanda that the country Is en-
eonue'ng an "orthodox aces-
don" had nothing to do wlMS the
memorandum, Hagerty said.

B Battery, 764th
AAA Bottalion
Gets 'Best' Award
Battery "B," 764th Antiaircraft
Artillery Battallon at Fort DaviS.
has been designated the "beat
battery" for the months of Oe-
tober and November.
This la the mcond consecutive
time that B Battery has receiv-
ed the award. The award Is bas-
ed upon a series of tactical and
admintatratlve Inspections by
Battalion staff officers during
the course of two months. In
addition to the Inspection, the
efficiency and disciplinary rec-
ords of the five batteries which

WptisImal Rites ^
AtSDA Church
Tomorrow Night
A bAptlmalj service
held at the United ab
Adventist Church,
tomorrow xg0 at 8. ..
The baptismal wUill be I
by a m.g service.
comprise the battalion, we b
Ua careful eonalderat.
The plaque symbolnt 3'
ward was presented to
et E. Hoff, the ;NW i
meander, by IA. Ol. 3tV
Wi,,tead, eommamlgl,'onbf
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Masculine Mott
Connected With Sheriffs Trial
i ACROSS 4 Vends
1 Masculine Male child
GROVE HIL. Ala., Dec. 30 kUP) pay a fine on an illegal liquor head covers 6 ancy
-State, county and federal in- conviction 5 Masculine 7 Repose
. Vctigatins opened today in the Jones, who was the second parent 8 Worms
aying of a Negro by Clark person connected with Hill's tri.ill 9 Boy's toy 9 Masculine
County Sheriff Jenkins A. Hill. Ito be slain, testified he had re -I 12 Toward the singers
The government inquiry came fused to pay the sheriff the sheltered'side 10Century plant
after the Nationft Assn. for th#! "standard" $2 a gallon "prote:- 13 poems II Row
Advancement of Colored People tion" money on each gallon of 14 Mohemmedan 16 Landed
demanded "prompt and vigorous illegal liquor manufactured by name property 31 9r *4 :
prosecution" of the sheriff in the tht Negro. 15 20 Tardper 3o3 S wg 'l47
fatal shooting of Moses Jones. 17 Fish eggs 22 Improve .
The. Resseirer Ala., auto n,- Jones testified that Sam Dess.I 18 Knells 24 Minemrl rocks 35 F levers (Autli 9l .
S hanl had terrified against Hill Kushla, Ala., night club opera 19 Studio 25 Horseback 40 Simpler oa
it a fed(ral.fluor trial at M- itor who was on trial with Hill. 21 Let at stand game 43 What 50
trle last September. The ca .e and G. C. Allen oi Jackson, Ala.' 23 Posed 2 Shaped like .eWvrweight g '
ended In a mistrial and the gov- Ibeat him up after he refused to, 24 Goddess of small stars ma"l are L
ernment has not moved for re pay the protection money, plenty 28 Prominent given t
S trial. Allen was shot. to death lii 27 Prayer ending3Network 4(Eevate o oint
Deas' ni,,ht club shortly after, 29 Ripped
Hill admitted firing three pis- waid while Hill was present Ai 32 Turn
tol short at Jones but main-i grand jury failed to indict an:'-' 34 Unclosed
tainedit was done ir self de- one in tne case. although De.'s 36 Football team
fense. There were -to witnesses admitted the killing. 37 Cylindrical
to the slaying. 38 Song for one
"I just beat him to the draw. 39 Act
that's al." Hill said. U /j 41 Oriental coin
Apparently the sheriff will be 42 Cover
permitted to continue to dis- 44 Hebrew
charge his duties during the in- -E RIENOS month "
vestigatlons, Alabama Atty. Gen. 46 Investigates
Si Garrett pointed out there was I 49Big
no law authorizing g suspension 53 Boy's best -
of a sheriff while his official ac.- friend
tons are being investigated. 154 Things i% en
SGordon Shanklin, agent-in- out
charge of the FBI at Mobile, said .5 Constellation
*An investigation is being con- 57 Golf mounds
ducted bN the FBI pursuant to ) 58 Glance over
instructions received from War- 159 Neither
ren Olney III, attorney general 160 Certain
in charge of the criminal divi- 61 Italian city
sfon (4 the Justice Department I DOWN.
In Washington.""He did not elab- 1 Throw
orate. 2 Singing voice
When you're taking a tele- 3 Rng
Nelson Grubbs. assistant state phone message fr someone els". -----
toxicologist at Mobile, also dis- either at home or at your place
closed he had entered the probe. of business, be sure to get the
-Circuit Solicitor Edward p. name as well as the numbe.-.
'nItrner of Chatom said th,'That will save confusion. Some
Clarke grand jury will be asked folks don't give their names
tdlook into the killing as soon without being asked. But go
af it is convened right ahead and ask.
fIn Washington. Clarence!
itceJl f the NAACP sent a, The person you give the num-
toleam o Olney saying; "We er to has a right to know who
pa rompt and,,igorous prose- e is calng 1 .
c tohe llniit of the law."
rs staily,: dgtonal
Secretary of the-NACP ln Bir- **
[ngh commented, "There I .
o queoin that the case war-\
rmntls an investigation. The
*hole hilMtry indicates It." .
U. 8, Atty. Percy Fountain of *'
obile, who represented the"Ia -
gvernbent at Hill's trial. sai4
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thin I cantUna out wh~t ... h M Cs wna g
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a n th ece p of a satke that
has out off the tin container
supply t'AFlorida crus j tist.
eand let
our whole attrus crop go wo
,weae" J.ohs Bad..
"Anif we dout et this strike
settled, thatt, hae going to
happen.. it I ate thsacon-
omy of our whole st 1,I tI Is
not settled Sobn, I to
have to take ie ac
Johns did not elaborate am the
1"drastie action" oM -to Wm
=tAtty. Gen. lchard in
powers he can us- in l* er-
The cabinet, which met with
'Rd tolend "ny Influenue' 'it
Wauld towardendi ghe .271ay
strike of CIO. United Steel W*-
-bs who turn out thaeans.
The Cabinet also pasedIftate
hwm., DIYe.tor.. d.N. Isuan
Mdt hs t reIce f MV
ihtl of the astuation at. the
ontInental Can- CI. L In
uburndg b ile e obtalners
;db t ere removed under rotor-
ler. Cabinet Members that
the otherwise bloodshed might have
Lt.ET.E. Jones of Lakeland, in
direct charge W patrol troopers
a pt the plan oft. o We take
blame for any criticism that
might have been directed a-
M.a-inst the pattrl because the
... He told the Cabinet that his
r"estoed ilghway.saW ar-
tested four of the 150 strikers
ce ajamnIng the plant gates for re-

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_____________Central Avenue "K" Street, car-
MUST SACRIFICE new G. E. retrger- FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac con- ner. Telephone 2-3479. Ponama. an-i o050 m
ator 7 ft. 60 cycle. Mahogany vertible. many extras., .1.400. elg a KOD4. A na I .
livingroom set and double bed h1ke Phone 83-5112, Curundu C. BegiPANAMA LTD. will open fm P O
nw. Gas stove. Albrook 2247. FO ALE:-1946 9 Tudor Old- 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. en C. la .r, R 4I
Calls Darin 5 Apt. 3.- mobile. $475. Good condition, Cu- SATURDAYS. Fmm SIT7 ..r I. f
FOR SALE-Bedroom furiture, din- rundu 134 MHouse 2226-8 "A" NURSERY SCHOOL For children 21/Va 'MMe a C A- -11
ingroaln fumiture, sofa, cofee 5._ Yrs. to 5 Ys. Supervised play i Ant s.
table, end tables and their turn IFOR SALE:--Chevrolet 53, Bel Air, from 8 o. m. to 11:15 a. m.Trans- Phan IA 1889 DUNl
Sure. Colombia Street No. 6. Sedan, Power Gifde, radlo, etc. portation from home to school and or M aaiOe .
SAE: -Sunbeamsn ixmaster fori Flease call 82-5160. back. Spanish and English spoken. Gramlick Santa Clara Bmi'c as m
nd set of English Leed's Spray FOR SALE: uick Specipl Sedan For information call Balboa 1334. electric refrigeration, gas toves,
pes for $40. Phone Balboa cnditio origin- between 4:00 p. m. and 6:00 p. imodrato mte. Phi 6-441 or
betee 5 and 7 p. n. owner $99.00. Cll 825239, m. New classes open Monday Jan 4-567.
en 5and7.m. atOwner, $925.00. Call82-5239,4th. CALL NOW .
E De Luxe gas stove Qtrs. 36-., Ft. Armdor. 4. AL Fee -'s Cottag. O ma I i at t ,
or seeing machine. FrigidariFOR SALE: Ford Station Wagon, FOR SALE S nta Cla. i.. e W
freezer. Reasonable, Panama 1942, recently overhauhedv low linenM. Phone aboo 2.186 I
8. _mileage, eight possngerr. priced ui C B R s
S a -heap, double bed couch, ow for quick sl, owner leaving. RE
J rubber and poher, gas House 0816 Plant Street, Blboo, FOR SALE:-Lack of Security? Retir-
rator. old and new house- telephone 2-2914. Ing? Invest in Chinchillas. Write
i Uitrnture, stroller, playpen and Box 287, Pedro Miguel. FOR RENT: p.pu'rfsrl r- .
dduinm cs set Any f FOR SALE:-1947 Buick Super, 4 Sidenc,. f'S ** TA T ES |
time. Apt. D-2539, CPOO Offeed Door. radio, eat covers, Icean car No. 10. Telephone 2-1456
CdAol. Q-uartermaster metal dressers, night ENT A nie halet three
WANTED:-Expert radio technician tables, dining table. Scott otwater RENT- A nice chlet three ,
FOR country .beau write P. O. Box 3122 Panama hydraulic lk ar new t half bedroom, dll fumilure. Call TeI. "
tifol dningroom set, lk newt stang your qualifications and pric Cll 3-2273 or 3-4871, Parque Lefe-
Sthe highest biddr. Second street. recommendations. prvre, 8th. No. 41.. rAnW
No. 210. Las Cumbres. Telephone PANAMA CANAL COMPAVY
sOR SALE--Beautful bedroom set.. Radio Progoms Sealed bids. for opening n publicB. ApBf am to A
l and 5Tet. 3d. Aawill be received until 10:30 A. M.. __of ea
anLEd 51st. end. H Oe nJonuary 5, 1954, in the office of ALHAMBRA APARTWMI W" I-te ..
SALE:-Maheany te and 6 Superntendent of Storehouses, Bal-A m 2 4 ad'5 rn shed
rs.'Good condition. Telephone boo, for sale of stnetch and tackle or unf'nd. Af abr's Office
c- 7 76. blocks, bar and rail benders, concrete 1. h Stree Col,
FoJr-burner gas stove. $45.00, Your Community St0tion concrete forms, suction hose, rail. -;ATTENTON L. JLEr
Cood condition. Call 3-2189 Pan- M ca c, cetifuga and..tary barnihed, '
ama. w-Po-- "plyei4,striua -a
id a -I.,t-, 7-
4a....--? p- -'s Erpumps, road roller, .scales, s & ,at-. '
S4R : riece p strand Rt- tachment for Lorain machine, q cland !. M,
Jan. lisvngrcom set, 5 piece maple water tanks, wrenches and a to- FOR RENT.e.nsd a s 2
'dinette, table radio. dresses, house- mobile trailer located in the "'300" bedrooms, maid's. r e .
hold.,iems. Coal 83-4194. 2150- Area. Balboa. lqvitation No..-37 may Tlileph Phon I
D. Cjrundu be obtained from the source, or from FORL N A i
Mke just one smll down payment oday, Wedneday Dec. 30 office of Superintendent of Store- tig-ding kit
and HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE will houses, telephone 2-1815. om
eer any furniture you select the P.M. homaid's roam nb th,
sme day. Lo.ely livingroom suites. 3:15-The Little Show W ante PstoFera
$175.00. dnngroar tables and 4 :o Wn es
4- c Wthot Word CS trained m mult-lin. on RE-
plot& $98 00 Chest of drawers. 4:1-r--cThe Sepia Parade e, s tion th
$68.00 Sofa-beds, S125.40 4:30-What's Your FBavorite s erious.cncerneitherespoason -nPof
eirr s.r:ous. concern ither side as of- n I
China closets. $19 00 uo. Ad 3 O-NW rice manager, accountant or axe-
mayO either beieyou shoeould 5:u35-wha .''YourIll' &lor Irte cutive secrCtary. Addrs J. W '",k
take sdv" of new e. l py- (cotd. Box 267, Colon.0 o.
83-230 eenjaiectf3hum24 O
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I 41.omAR odr&45- ME IhAV"TsFOR SALE r "'
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l ah .c.m, r. ToAresil. aso- 7:0WFOR SALE:--Chalet rilfed by'Ches- "4,A Colo now.a;l

SFOR SALE 7:30-arRePo U. t E l' n" t d o
. ... :er P^ desenlt il .wrkersolos rnsa bedroom, li.. ..'"igr" "lB"
t frailer; 125.00, Craftsman 3- 8:45--The Man of" ""O

awhel- Bndaw. 4- keiner- :00-V y l. T o u dt l '
Splaner Dunlop S-inch Table Saw, 9:30-_. ]ai -t 8Na "S h I I 1948 Buidc CidiM e, | -"*'
: -Tand lathe hellmu on tabla 10:00- k i FOR REnt- I
Kf .trplde either or both for guns.I ( De- : |lla Vita. 'Call 3-1596I 1ftfil s ..i
B.Oatit & t 18:00-N st and Id1dmt p1rl uneon FOR RE t -nutf l ht
SAU:-14.. josonoutbeard "" d t toda to e ad R frge
B 751 Sprlnl~f~l~ 30 CL rifle, $50, TI lthMd, D U h~rougiout Fr an e a awek-oldReady for occupancy. Via Par I" j -.-: .
Son' didmond r.Teg S250. Phone Son Francisco. Tephne Pan ama '
r83n6230 'dmonrg. o A.-ts. "'JauB far, e.Iy i mtiority of .l-5024. 0 \9 l iO$ Cues. Hvdl. I "Jp '"' i'B
S4 Clb Red-dominltep confederaFOR RENT: Complltely farnishe Rd I
San L ST&, FOUND 9*eA:m30-L'M t bon of Lnbo CGT and small in-. I and 2 'broom d ortm e t, In r
t o urs _-- Alrm Clock Cl b:0- dependent ll fave beea .oe brand new bullduln at 45 io- '.. thal $ r.o .
DunlopicTableSawI1948B"mobile Row. Enquirer at dE
leather case, eward. Tel. M Exchange No. 41. A somonabll Row.
S: 0--Mc MaKers the au onomo ,o union red all .,-
8.,-Jerr Sears rnt sta] workers to close, rak ad edroom, living-dngr-room, hot
t rd eiNews shelter in D their ghtr QUrtK CASH ptlonl bar .
W- i^n i, 7:00.t.,. .w ... 1 .IU"* ft)..'.
masd9:15-The sacred Heart Pro.D e boostsP by ors, zE walk. .
..q 8 .Pw .0-In."-er"lud-e for Mdsic pl' .- e d In vI r-
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and his relates and 'ed. 11:0e-- he pdtal enpsoye, thus far have re.'3 r amslqP1' .'
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NEW YORK, Dec. 30 After being out of com- S"'- -
I DES ItOINES, lowa Dea.. S, .4!.. 04 41.
petition for a season, it took Kentucky only three EI .UP,- s' M Io. u "
weeks to get back to its accustomed No. 1 spot in the nessman has keen charged ith'
trying to bribe a Drake Univer-
lTn.ted Press basketball ratings. sity basketball star in a e Ro m
The Wildcats of Coach Adoloh'first with Kentucky second And against ow State Is ete1 "
Rupp. who were acclaimed th' that's the way it was. too, in the a plea ofl nnocent before d mm-
national mythical champions in first two weekly ratings of the cipal judge Dan Tidrick 15 Des MAjog
the 1950-51 and 1951-52 seasons. S~lo. Moines. Judge Tdric dd b
were ineligible for intercollegi- But .Kentucky took over 59.3 and the money was
ate basketball competition last Tuesday as Indiana naid the posted b0 M Paglia's brother, .The I. .t&t
season because of recruiting Ir- penalty for being beaten by Ra mond. "'The t
regularities Oreon State last week. y Ij n ura .;ne 1 1l.
In the 1953-54 pre-season rat- It wal the first defeat of the t n t
Ings, the 35 outstaRdinge coaches 4Pon fo Indiana and that n o- ltn a i Ls fa
who make up the United Press table victory for Ore.on State a Tuesday t
T~atlne Barid picked Indiana L showed In this week's ratinec o the r
S-- when the BeaverS were ranked foe-r a i "in hr a Me
eou th an advance of seven wt Van a bf
albert Praositlons over last week's rat-: surane lchmd t b o
Sc nehmidt leadbagoHal.-"lilya
Talbert Praises Meanwhil toa of 3* lace ,bsa7o* 1 1Td a Ufy. i*? te loed
Kentucky. with 19 first-place Meanwhile., nower w a.
votes. received P ttotal of 325 goods was givi te
oints while Indlana. with six' lace DeVilbls 6At rda d Am* iat
Hoad's Great Play 5 O.T.t- .. el l
08tg mIds nirst-d L ID ballots fell to second m the 1 a s nIIbrtll d on
with 277. Duquesne. although re ames and do pig the C er of ettin
one more than Indian-retain- for 8nowcrop with
Against Trabert ed tl N N. 3 soot with 259 nolnts Coffey, wi e the high' of p at-po
Following Oreoon State in th h eveng with 25 were Oklahoma A Az M.' bs with a 05sA aewe g h
Nlnrcpzota. Illinnls. North Caro-, Local S. NF Ie*t 'om Ia ll Wth a th r
MELBOURNE.-Dec 30 ,UP' lina State. Fordham and Briv-: sixth to fifth place in tltactad- J e ae th b 54. ran homer o inle
U.S. Davis Cup team Cnpt Billy ham Young In that order. It' Ings when Bowen had e- led the C E Lmert
Talbert praised Australia's Lew- marked the flrst apoearanee of. res of the eveng wLth t l ... 3-1
is Hoad today for his great play the season in the select 10 for a3d 219 for 631 to M1rd u al .- favor e and n
in defeating America's Ton% Oreon S tpat h and Brigtan to a four-point victory ovr the ino. l t
Trabert in a crucial match voun-- Brigham Young was tied -o L. R. h ommers team. OG W 5n ThatlMa te W t.p
'Hoad was magnificent." Tal- for 25th place in last week's rat- haad 587 for the Local Wag K P owiel1a Ot.p runa ,a wathe
bert said. 'He played with the ing s. mer Re d had and pll r-p t ollr. Joe a leved
same courage and imagination The Frne5 y7 LU.s e ors WGtb us si
he showed Monday' 4to',Tkr, .ooi rsWiM teYS
Hoad defeated Philadelphia's T three points from the r took C C

game match that tied the com-' ROCHESTER, N. Y. (U.P.) trying to fix a basketball gae hoinfall.Kel hil led fa t
petition at 2-2 eThomas Coalts, 25 year. old war between Drake Unl er aly a ym ouWr with 5,wh Writ l h e

Talbert said hecoiasdfr poshSert.........4. ... ..... wi th 5 41L elBa B ad
Talbert said he naturallyy wa~sveteran, camped in front of a used Iowa State at Des Moine. scWrtch wroni P_9S
dlsappoint oedti T pedin er teeigin r mket T a week BSen Bumbry of Drake told his The team standings after th.e getting a 14-pi. '
match" ply dt a fin e on pried model offered a six year coach that a man oer .at .
"One of the gre.t things about'olad sedan for 99 cents. On Sundiy. $1000 to "shave" pint n
hlm was that even when he wasihe was joined bv Charles Mur Drake's game with lnW &. DI Max R. 0 ee p
down two sets to none he said: Jr., who was after the next best Paglia has entered a plea o Team.- W L P at. fMe TN (1 o. 0
'We have only to win the next buy,a ar priced at 9.99. Rela- not guilty. temnpel A S a .1 40, 2 ..
three.'" Talbert siad: tives brought the two food and De Vilbla.... .. .. .S B.* e.

-aybnoF n e..s Tr t er s s y9 38 13 P
Talbert said he asked for post- Ithey wrapped themselves in hblan- Drake star Bob Bumbr re S. Agency .....34 .
ponement of the Cup-deciding kets for the vigil. *ey got the oDrak te bie ae tAh r ..
match between Seas and youn cars. T ported the bribe attempt t his Local59c5, NIFF.31 3 D M
Ken Rosewall of Australia until coach, Jack McClelland who no- H.I. Home. Co. 6 ..
tomorrow -beeause the rain-soak- Friddrlp tifeed authorities, Bu ahry says L. R.. me..2 8 .AN_ ,, ...-
ed court was In too bad condl- WESTBROOK, Cohn. (UPI'- a man approached him and of- a owerop Fro W ...a 1 7 a a a174-6
tion. After ?n eJection victory over fi. fered one thousand dollars if he Foods ..........23 d o Larrae -31
"I think the cut-up court nance ,ard memberDaniel Wren, could manipulate the final score V. And17 a t30 &-A
court would have favored Seixas Jr.. John A. Holbrook resigned. In the Drake-Iowa State game The tt leading bowlers of tbIUhe ,P k ,. 4.lt144
who Is a volleyer rather than explaining: "Wren is a very good last ueasday. leaue after I wef f play
Roswall who Ik a ground strik- friend, and I don't want to take ..
-........r," Talbert said. pme.e Aes. ........, ,

ue to bne subdued by Brownde Eady .......5 1 60 .
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For the first timh e tMein e RIley W........1598 142 14 56 + ,..1
Panama Pro Leagueai opener at u aa ........ i12.1147
Se velTbrated eight years ago, Astr Shmdt ...1 16 173 i 4# .. 8 .%

toLewis w not In the official b .....1 2
a'emle d mach nation he has 88 s si TOt...
lost h seatd he occupied nompe- Max 3. o tmpel S..----
Bretow tehtsuba uedreliay WobmaePre .......148 148 IS+0
stantly in the ho behind B third Daley ....... 15 170 +m 6
forth grounders that he master- Zetlete. ......D1 ia 16 1 I
MEXICO NEWeORLEANAMAS fully handled. Damlan,.P ....8. 195 r10. in 1s1 IH6e. 9

Lewiswpmu net inobs hervation n heerll .....d1sn1 1 -2 1n .. 16 9 13
be elaborated on because post ,..1 314 ...
game argumento dealt hiuefly on *c*air.-
a "iheadsr-u' play l by Alonso Snow Fr 8sh Fe.-s bM. 2$41. I
t lBrosaatamtheht ailed to mate-M Preho ......1hStempe 16 .S. ..
r Walize. Then again. Brathwaite W ler .....1. 71181:-3
wa criticized lo falbehing tho fir Lale ........300' 14 9 5 ,
thgrounder ball aoren attemp- Zelme ......130 17 1.6o .IN 17 1
handed hidouble-pl. M-.asaP...1820r3.1
One the firt play tihe Yanko -nedsto.. iei 17
hdbl runners onb f rt auseeoniDe .lh-1...M-
wiath Poralter at tale pte Porter. De r ..11.171" 1.. I
alefty.e. it a grounder in rthe ieeaeulte ...... 1537
hole between third o and shoZt a .......1381 16
hat Moore fielded and threw to 1l
Brathwate for th e first pa. out onh
an attempnte ld DP. Instjeard of V '"5
making the orthodox play to D .
first, Al threw thA ball to Lope

ner. Wihelm who failed to make rer.,
athe turn as most runners usually B .Mad
do. The psychology behind the Theua I
play i that sine Moore had t, HumDhr ,.
move toward te rd for Porters out o relc .i "--6

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banded hittete r and a good run-
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NEW TO Dec. 30 (NA)- Cildes whichhavew never easm
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f 1J the rpte1 lteia of the MinL- Gilbert will not have iton
a N ers, perennial pro-. own equact.'IrLte earMb
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SCabnet approved today the t xtTWENTY.NINTH YEAR PAAA, R '
of a proposed joint Allied note i iftouIS a W T.
accepting Russia's proposal that the
the Big Four foreign minist indlet on ry
meet in Berlin Jan. 25. It was gr l ry
believed here the note would be
sent to Moscow within 48 hours I G o U ff e 11 lint.
The note already had been ap- "r';t'<:"'B.r '
roved by the United States and Alouldera Bod
ritish governments. "u n I .. .

Sdate ad in Sovie Jil In East Bern
for a preliminary meeting of theA .
0 Fedour German occupation BERLIN, Dec 30 --(UP)- An The two men wore shabby a .k
chis to decide exactly where American older who spent more trousers and b lak parka-typef
the conference shall be held. than our years in Russian sons jackets. They appeared to be in
The western Allies previously said today lie wa arrested with- good health bu t were taken im. I.J.
had accepted the Russian de- out cause when he wandered into mediately to i hospital for a med-
mand that the meeting be held east Berlin. ical examinations l
in 8 o viet surrounded Berlin I got drunk one night," Pvt Cox and Towers were handed a
rather than In neutral Switzer- Homer Lox, 33, of Oklaboma .ity, over to U. S. liaison officers at
land. told Army officials. "The next thing theRussian headquarters at Karls
Meanwhile Secretary of State I knew, I woke up in a Russian horst. They were last known to
John Foster Dulles disclosed that jail in East Berlin." have been jailed at Cherbakov
the United States will not wait Cox said lie sa shuttled from prison camp near Moscow. It was
for the forthcoming Big Four jail to jail in Red Germany, then believed they werere ured o
meeting to start international removed to a prison in Russia. East Germany in a POW tranport
talks on President Eisenhower's lie was released yesterday. along of German war prisoners Mon ay. h p
atoms-for-peace plan. with Leland Towers, 29, of San Aim
Dulles. who apparently is de- FI anci co, who disappeared in Fin- A aison officer said the first%0'
terined to head off any Soviet land in 1951. European prisoners question the Americnans asked, t
stalling on the proposal. asid he recently released by the Russians on returning to f freedom were
had hoped to discuss the subject had reported that toe two men "Who won the World Series?"
next week In Berlin with Russian were being held in Russian custo- and "Who's the vice president of
Foreign Minister V M. Molotov. dy, and the U. S. eventually was the United S ita e "
Postponement of the Big Four able to arrange their release. Their greatest surprise, the off -
meeting for at least three weeks An Army spokesman said both cer said, was the number of new
p revented that. rCox and Towers are in good con- brands of king-aize cigarettes.
ten on, although the latter lost 40 Cox has been listed as missinger
Now, Dulles said, the united pounds while he was a Russian without leave by his Army unit.
States must find other ways to prisoner. "They were delighted to Last OcTober returning Dutch an
Cet the atomic discussions going get American food again," the Austrian POWs reported thyb had
the the prospective Jan. 25 spokesman said. "They gobbled sem Cox and-Towers in the camp
meeting of the foreign ministers. down a beef stew dinner." near Moscow. ty eiod'
Dulles was unable to say rAmerican officials said the Rus- U. S. Ambassador Charles E
whether the United States hopes silans technically had no right to Bohlen demanded Nov. 2 thit the
to hold the discussion privately arrest Cox, because westerners are Soviets free Cox, Towers and ail.
in the United Nations disarma- allowed to visit Red Berlin even other Americans held in Russia. OCI
ment commission or whether a though they are barred from So- When no answer was immediately
Swil take th e form of direct talks vieptGermany. forthcoming, U.S. authorities again
S between the United States and At the time of Cox's disappear- prodded the Soviets who promised
bteSoviet Union. He said the s ance September, S 1949, a mill- last week to release the prisoners.
oieeti apare sl y me r e tary pelleeman said the Russiasm The State Department has never
Interested in the directhspproach appeared to have been "gun- disclosed how many othet Amen-
Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper nilg" for blip-a remark that cans are believed to be in Soviet
(1-I(.) a top member of the never has been full explained. hands.
Joint Committee on Atomic Xn- ROYAL FOW ENDS- Priacess Mrglbi or
ergy, predicted today that the (ht) and ArchdukRobert-of Haburgnb
UnIted States will find a g alter s t eir marriage at BourF-E-Bresera
share the peace-time benefits of B a te eaas useas r of.for.erIg Umberto of Italy-A
atoml energy with other free rthedHaihbto t bromnitaly a century tc&M
even if t Ruas refuses to oera o t w er tended by kings without thrones and an rors Wm a,.

te popcie a 5sLOS ANGELES, Dec. 30 -(UP) on the summit of the 5,710' foot
l-An army of tire filiters battled peark a d the roads wep good.
as large as autos yesterday In a terS would black out broadcast of
wthera u e Umtetates frantic effort to save famed Mt. the Rose Bowl game here Vbut -
Mow ~ t uion private Wilson observatory and seven tele- Would not affect 4To tranas.dsion Al h At ll..
vision -towers from -a forest fire to other parts of the country.
WASI NG'tON. Dec. 30 '(Up, eating through the world's most County authortles said Angeles SOUTHAMPTONgingliandDec.
aluabe watershed. Forest is the world's most vaiu- 30 (UP) -Edgar Foster has per-
riepted an administration panA Hundreds of men fought two able wr tershed, based on the heavy formed unharmed such daring
t e noret eid huge fires, 15 miSe a apart and only population and high value df the feats as diving from the uper-
defense 25 to 30 miles northeast of Los and factories below it. They struck ture of the i r Queen
Bisenhower to channel geles. Smoke hovered over a 50- warned that if much timber is lost, Elizaboth Into New -ork'hibber
contracts to areas.lhit by unem mile area and ashes from the the rich lowlands would have no and from a0-foot rock into the
ployment. flames fell on housetops many protection from floods. Mediterranean.
Sn. Burnet R. Maybank (D- miles away. Fire fighters, their faces black
B.C.) said the plan is "outrage- One fire destroyed more thab and their clothes covered with Buttbecauselhefb Stvhisfoun-
otIs. and atecsed the adminis- 6,0o acres of brush and timber- ashes used fire to fight fire on taino fn, he wasA ho tal-
tration ot trying to "trade em-I nd on Mt. Baldy, a popular Xt. ilson. They set "backfires" todly with a black 'eye- ,a,
e ent for ballots" in New southern California resort area. in an attempt to break the advance bruises and a rhd injury at-o
=l1 d at a cost of higher taA- The other charred 17,000 acres of the blaze. required nine stitches.
sarto the rest of the country. H' of the Angeles National Forest and
sad it would make government swept. up Mt. Wilson, in the San Pumps and shovels were used Poster, 5&, discovered be
procurement agencies "Illicit Gabriel Miuntains, within 200 all along the spine of the step his pen whiur sn f1the wR- eto
yards of the second largest tele- ridge. Hundreds of men, were in office and stoppedbIS C t &
.cope in the world. acUon and the Forest Service %.aid cide whether to- go b ct lt
Sen. Walter F. George (D-Ga.) lso menaced on the slopes o it was masag more men and First he dgdd to
said the government would do Mt. Wilson were the television equipment.windshield
better to pay employment transmitter towers serving all sev- "We have lots of water, and As he goe Out Of t

omy of the nation out of kilter" tabed to the observatory. The official said., the muAdy o tad fell
by special treatment of some a- transmitters are valued at 4 mel- In some areas, men fighting the of the car w..qih rolled or
areas in defense contracts. ion dollars. flames were p ndangered by rock"*
8en. Leverett Baltonstall (R Th observatory, with its 100m slides and hred to run for cover
Mass.), whose state hs b inch telescope and other oquip- as thge boulders rumbledown 30 Ear lectea
hard hit unemployment a ment, valued at 3 million o ar. toward theas.
th l an rawn up by defense It ig second only to the one atop Dick Johnson, a national forest l dMT'PHIi. Tent. (U.P.)-lid
.Pnower th c leng Mt. Palomar. fsre reventdon officer, said the persons collect stamps, other u
esont racty eore d his by A u n shoulder fighting the Mt. Wilson 1924. Flames had destroyed 32 with Eleanor Sc-wab, it's esrmip.

not fr enou h. Butn h sidk Dik winam Ane o hounsea s way prma tedte i ra area, which was rings, ranuint from ones real
itroas ohelpul" ade ikera- nds An hd Bakeptbly f arm f aln Wsat ore flames reached mink to a si r with thy bll.s that

.CALCUT. A, Dec. 30 (UP)- r H r .t t*t-
TssSing Norkey, the Sherpa-.

guide who conquered Mt. Ever-A
est with New Zealand's Sir Ed-
mand Nillary. said today he be-
Doeves the mysterious "abomin- .r.
able snowman" exists but doubts .
that one will be captured next
) er.
etorkey said he was pleased
that a Brith expedition will in-
vade the EUlaalaya next year to
tracee the snow ,an, known in
ttbat region as "Yeti.
"No one has suggested that the
epedition would catch Yeti," he
", ut surely the expedition
hMthro a lot of light on
The"abominable snowman"i
.bun described as half-man,
wpbWt man has ever seen
W A Mytribesmen who
have describ-
Awl09IR imftinative W TOUCH-Conableed teim'
-'t nthe truth, the oun- bh now serving the Engineering Masnach .
do'h rth h o- bridge, MaL
tMall announced Dec. Mass. Hanging A1 feet below tj bi of M.I.T.
anand financ- lais corrugated translucent plastipt e g diameter. A -
hung nsi about 14 kilowatts of poer. TiM g*)- l e .In

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