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


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Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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aead wt pthre-

despite 5vpb I-
ntntion Win-
tentimon to sit In jugnt on
lentd faledby lawyer Ale-
ca oim the
over1 'a9muse at the
ss-a0law.hb Guhado
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PFific Countil

Hils PC Chief$s
he hren lc CiVIC Council to-
dL .ther 'heartily endor-
gI fftiema Canal Compa
k ^'See~to resaluti*

a cabinet minister, without
parliamentary immunity.
A commission of three As-
semblymen, with two other De-
pulles as prosecutor and assist-
ant prsecutor, was..named by
the assemblyy yesterday after
v-.t down a motion, 30 to 6,
o ave the Assembly disqualify
itself from bring Ouizado to trial
The commission was instruct-
ed to report to the'floor of the
National Assembly in ten days
on whether then was sufficient
evidence to warrant bringing
GOuiado to triaL
The Supreme Coutr's ruling on
a 's suit Is expected to
a five dlays.
During the session, Ministe* of
Government an Justice Alej)n-
dro Remon, brother of slain Pres-
ident Jose Antonio Rema Dn,
thanked the Deputies for teirr
expressions of condolence qver
the assasinatMon of his broeur.
Be also dmjaed that be
mO hatred, ranceor oren neas r
against e kller. Be sai md.
only hoped that the pasui
and thi lottery will be brou*$

feased slayer Ruben 0. Mis
he threw into Panama Bay ab t
a mile offshore the day after ie
shot and killed Predsdent Reman
amA three others.
The divers, using aqua-lun
began the underwater search r
the weapon this morning
gLdance of the Panamans i -
al uard, to which they -
been loaned. N .
Guizados family has rel
tie services of two pronmzq*
tPanamanann criminal lawyers,
Wlpe Juan Escobar and l-0
ulnnmo Marques, to take char
of his defense.: -
E bar and Marques wl.
appear In GlnadWo's defeat,
(ContiUnued a Page S Cf ,).Y
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Mustang' Arriva

In Costa Rica


SAN JOSE, Costa RUco, Jan. 18 (UP) Te i
msent reported "Comple calm" throughout
today, and it appeared arrival of four
fighter planes had broklr-tie back of an eo
Two American- buil trainers
the known rebel "air fled toN
were interned there yesf y, shortly after
advance as at rebel forces near Santa Ross. fighters landed in Son0J1The only I
ra, is opta c ewpaperman Oscar Cordero accounted for is a UALt Thunderbolt.
as ta Another blow to t wdbel cous was
deathof Capt. Teo o.- .ado, Jr., West i
son aon ousted ex-pr at. Picade
oder of the insure-t oW y.
7A@ robot radi~o r, l The r ,4

g.but a ngPoed Wl., story of formsn t i
YTndfba SeAs.. -"x

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iof aircraft nave
been a to reduce the
ee,. am council m.m-
bel pressed heir ipprhcla-
tC g ior-thede changes, but-they
felt that the allowbabe a.x ons
to the alles negate = rules
Sestated today zat a
M a m bIs ng ap-
nS o- purr wil
toc trate. prob-
I dCo P tft
the cent r ln.

An ar search oeTr Coosmbia for
a mBssng Americani door and
hi$, wfe wa tlated wen a
so41300 Group plane left
A~rsc early t- imasMg.
Te RlM g: couple are a Dr.
_. o0. Rockwell of
Texas, who took off
Cdombia en rout to
M -n DVec. 2. in aBo-
and have not been heard
&complete communications
eheck through Colombia was
started by the Caribbean Air
Command, with only negative
result so far.
It was learned that the Rock-
wells' family in the Senate re-
quested tU search after the
couple disappeared.
Tto rescue plane this morning,
lix1yLt. Col JosFeph P.
I wa scheduled to make an
base search in colom-
word has been received
asyer m-he rescue mission.
Burglars Jugged
On Atlantic Side

Two burglars received penite-.
M -sfl rig Wt

SThe mare severe sentence of 2

m a, sMNd ay w

fIl o flve

art-.?. SW

w ith4 Wg 0 x
eonette. a n unch-
As eWffesi' aToe.0t : itselfwill be a
lo on, to. tu r
If rain 1ou2d continue r to fall fsa
at the rate that X us during backing t a parking lot which
the past 17 days, January 1965 willbe 0avel buoy the build-
may become the wttpt January S ---.
in the records a t H Iro- -W cn cte dIn three
graphic Office atalboa Heiwbtl. Ik o atd by patid os, the
At any rate it zay be th et roofs o hwillbe pierced o
test on record for the Balboa othat trewalm the re will ox-
Heights station. th tred platd there top an ow
Up to 3 m. ste ft tend through the top and grow
noon. r,.all at Balbo& HeightsK above the roof level of the build-
totaled 4.10 Inches. This total is ..
only 1.36 inches below the all Bids, ow ben advertised, call
time January rainfall record Ifor the Wu on of the Civic
1899. teos ces; rucition and in-
Rainfal above normal has station of utilities; and the
been reported at an stations this construction of pavements in-
month with 7.33 Inches so far at luding a service live, retaining
Cristobal. The all time record for wall, paring lot and covered
Cristobal, however, s 19.20 inches ramp. As now planned, the Civic
which fell in 1902 following a Center dos not Include a com-
"norther." missary with is asheduled for
The average rainfall for Jan- fiscal year 195 to replace the
uary at Balboa Helghts is only present Paraiso Commissary.
1.06 since unusual rainy Jan- Blds will b opened at 10 a.m.,
Uarys occur at Intervals of ev- Feb. 15 In the Office of the Sn-
erl years. Other years In which gineering at Construction Dl-
rainfall has been relatively heavy rector and tje center Is to be
and steady during January were completed before the end of the
1909, 1922, 1937 and 1953. fiscal year.

50 Killed In Gales, Floods

In Europe; Scots Snowbound

LONDON. Jan. 18 (UP)-Brit-
ain launched a mighty air-sea
operation to supply hundreds of
snowbound families In Scotland
today while Frenchmen sand-
bagged the Seine parapets in
Paris and the Rhine rampaged
through Germany.
Drifted snow and thaw-fed
floods spread mounting deatHi
and damage in the Old World in
the wake of weekend blizards
and blows. At least 50 persons
have died from weather causes
sice Saturday-16 of them in
Weet ,.emaMy, 13 In France,
%ies It Britain and a down oth-
ers n storm-beaten lands from
baadlnaria to Switerland.
Germany's great Rhine river.
towering 'to one of Its tallest
credtoI decades, flooded the
State 4 Commisslon

Illst Marile
who b aeaed to Iflt ae fork.
The Seine t Parts sweled o
high that ely -ewboats ud
L20t UANebthe agiAd sps of

era hurriedly sandbagged t h e
The swirling brown waters of
the Rhine, Danube and Seine
rivers flooded parts of Germany
and France today and threaten-
ed even worse 4#vastation.
Official an dOfflcial watch-
ers mounted anxous guard a-
long the three- grat rivers as
thaws in the ake of winter's
worst storm sent y water from
melting sdows ItDo the river-
Germany's'two greatest rivers,
the Rhine MW Danube, were
rising_ o nd catastrophe
WA for hundreds of
thousands of -hinelanders and
Bavarians. .
Paris auth- V prepared
sandbag defe-i- s the Seine
lapped at the'amneate parapets
of the riversld embankments in
the heart Of the cf Authorities
planned to clae at'Ab terminal
near the Opa DN r Ivalides if
the water INa. fttf r.
Clear skies 6 splp weather
replaced the aa Plesf but
te rivers sT on the rise.
- The crtsp halted the
thaws in Mia1i9e, but the
-kita wum m.t.i.e hnr an

VOLUNTEERS with the government forces gadylng for the fighting round uanta Rosa.

Chinese I

One of

TAIPEI, Formosa, Jan. 18 -
(UP) Red China today open-
ed a full-ale amphibious in-
vasion of the tiny but strategic
National-hdeld Ylilangshan is-
and in the Tachen group, and
reports received here indicated
the lightly defended outpost was

TOp mrliary officials of Na-
tionalist CMina called an urgent
conference on the critical threat
to Formosa's chain of outlying
Rumors circulated in Taipel
that.the rugged little island al-
ready had fallen to the attack-
ing Reds.
The Ministry of Defense with-
held any public announcement
on the situation, but was ex-
pected to issue a communique
after the secret military con-
ference ended.
The invasion attack opened
amid heavy Red bombings of Yi-
ktoredshan and other Islands of
the Tmahen group.
Radio Peiping announced. the
Nationalist defenders of tiki-
anghan surrendered shortly
after 4:00 p.m.
The Peiping broadcast, moni-
tored in Tokyo, said the Inva-
sion was preceded by an aerial
bombardment and Red troops

Balboa Ferry
,ate 4 ,o P r

teds Rtortedly

Formosa Outpos


t Islands

first successful-4 munist Chi- one Nationalists LST, damaged
nese invasion ny National- another LST and a destroyer.
ist-held offsh land anlA mil- Meanwhile, Red Chinese ar-
Itary observers, Tokyo pre- tillery dropped a light barrage
dicted it may be the first round of shells on tiny Quemoy island,
in a battle fp the strategic 300 miles to the puth. Military
Tachen islands, 32 miler to the leaders here, however, maintain-
south. ed that any ommaunst landing
S' force would strike Tachen
Meanwhile k Washington, guarding Formosa's northern
President Elsaahower briefed approaches.
Republican C Iesslonal lead- CoL Lu Ta, the Nationalist
ers on "fragno tary informa- military spokesman, reported
Lion" on the telf Red China- that Red junk fleets and strong
Nationalist Chinh fighting. Invasion units were massed
Senate GOP leer William F. north of the Tachen Islands.
Knowland (CalI) refused to Tachen garrison commander,
say whether Mr. qsenhower ex- Gen. Liu Llen-yi. had said the
pressed any cemuern over the Reds could Invade Tachen with-
latest amphibious invasion of In two hours.
Ylklangshan. He said initial reports indl-
"He gave us ta briefing on the cated that damage was "light."
r a t h e r fragamntary reports It was the heaviest raid on
which are available at this time," the island group since last Mon-
Knowland said. "I can not go day when more than 100 Red
farther than that," warplanes unleashed an air-sea
Sixty Red Chuase warplanes assault -against the Nationalist
dropped more tVah. 200 bombs outposts, about 200 miles north
on Nationalist outposts on Yin- of Formosa.
kiangshen early sday, a mill- Twenty nine Russian-built
tary spokesmar'gmnounced. Tu-2 fighterbombers, 23 La-11
The raid came i the heels of light bombers, and four Mig-15
an earlier R34 .r attack on jet fighters took part in the raid
Tachen hs.lin'ltallations. between 7:50 and 8:20 this
Communist plan0 knocked out morning.


Service Curtailed Thre wonez
For Repairs fhorel t
Balboa ferry service will be new quartet
suspended for three n next prison in Ota
wka ordse to permt OWN- The trani t f
sary repairs to the Balboa, ferry under the su
slips. it has been announced by mdw' Cato, w
the Balboa Port Captain. the primoers
The Msrvie wsll be saspmnded early Umaras
between the murs of 8 p.m.j and Furniture.
5 Jas Tuesday. T an d luthenm
alhts of the week were
?-.A A : .' Nfriuau a1
i~e.Mt.'ie**W~m4;M .*Am 'tihe 'S

The CtS'" eC'basy In It was. ilna
Washln$eS yestoeay the 6 Johe5 the *mbt
Mustan oCosta Rica Sun- was plae_ m elM
day for sum of t each, the Mf a

yet in at ior the f ih:Il,
The S fpat of their pres- around LUberia
aene bes 1 tweser, was ex- approximately 18 miles o
pected to e a detserent to fure the Nicranan border, has
their rebel a action. ered off after fu lcale i
A government communique Saturday night.
said patrols around Santa Rosa
yesterday were unable to make Sweaty. irty loyalfl tkl
contact with the rebels. Ila, most of whea e hta
It quoted deserters as saying in the army y
the Insurents are "downheart- RBes was attes a i 11
ted and discouraed...not even counter attaed Ula emtS
the loot whi rebel chiefs have force of rebep wheo.
turned over to their men was Saturday nlght e,
able to raise.pirit and enthusi- regained mut loot gf
asm for those who see their de- government
feat is very close."
U.S. Navy observation plan The loyalist regulars a
from Corn Solo confirmed tonal guard unit drove f
there was no sign of fghti zi rebels mSaf day nht, bnig
in the ohrthweutern battle one par tly litan im r tant
yesterday, although they said roads near Sta .
groups of rebe could be seen believed to have been raew
lounging l the shade between the lort
Santa Be and the border Presient Jose n guerO
town of La Cram. turned to the capital yester
The four Wdrld War II Ameri- from a three day nspe
can fighters arrived yesterday of the fighting front Be W
from San altonlo, Tex., and were feld headquarters in Lberi
turned over immediately to Pros- bout 150 miles north of fnea
dent JoWe.' igueres' government. be, during two bombing a
Coincident with the arrival of strafing raids on the dcy.
the Amertan-built fighters the Figueres expressed hi. 9
investigation commission of the found satisfaction" with thfl
Organization of American States morale of the loyalist tr
reported that the rebel air force Enemy air attacks "fa
had fled its cow pasture airfield .seding panic and cauinrl
near Santa Rosa in northern have hardened the wlof.
Costa Rica. people," ipueres reported.
The OAS fact-finding commis- The rebel radio broadcast
slon which arrived yesterday in invitation from Insulrgaent N
Managua, Nicaragua, reported era yesterday for the 5aS I"-
two of the rebels' airplanes, ma- tigating copmmsslon to viaitf
chinegun-armed AT-6 trainers, headquarters near Liberia
had landed near Rivas, 21 miles conferences.
inside Nicaragua on the shores The broadcast, monitored.
of Lake NcarauMa. M i FlaP. by the Wj
President Igu res has newspaper "U Diarto dei
charged Ie rebels were train- merlaa" said the. nvitatdlej~
4 en the estate of Nicaraguan issue by Rafael Calderon6
President AataiLoe Smoea on dia, Mrnando Castro
the shflp f t Lake Nfearagua. and G Rjoberto Tioo'

t Miguel Prisoners Moved to Gc

nd two boys, Juvenile boys to replace the pris- ones and- ine jvenle pri
i now being on at Pedro MIgueL er. S1gt, George Martin wi
Zone prison The Pedro Miguel lice ia- in charge tfthe prison and t
mUeala at Pe- tlon will be losed week, as regular atron and two
*Wd to their part of the t the d trons on iae= -by basis I
& Canal Zone continuance of the as a been elodfr routine
aterday. Canal Zone eaomrmnM by the of the m t.
a -gomplished end of March of t1 As in the Le
iso of Sgt. The existuag ule for W be to ft
aecompanled conItructed in 1 W4 a-d wa f a gemme -W th a nu
S on the ticialy designated t l Zo- suopervt i preparatlee
1C., ne prison for &m a mdl JUv brefM .qtd the leaning of
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The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama America
S Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confident
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appear I
meet day. Letters are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinion
S eXpreased in letters from readers.

Dear Sit-:
S Now that the Lt.-overnor has asked for some "good house
keeping," nominations are open for the worst looking areas an
offices in the Canal Zone.
r As my nomination: the side and back street of the Anco
Laundry. Tha tare hasn't been swept or cleaned in the past sl
months. There are broken bottles. empty cans. cartons, paper
garbage. filth and trash that have been there since the memoir
of man. Also broken windows, old wooden boxes, dust and dlr
that make the area dangerous.
No disposal units have been provided for the local rate work
4 -rs woo work and eat there. The result, the employes thro
empty bpes, tin cans. and garbage all over the section. It's nc
their fault. There are no trash bins.
The area is an unsanitary and unsightly mess and a disgrac
S to the Canal Zone.

I Common

S ; 1"Mad as a
S4- slaw
S "Weep and
S -12 3 Before
13 Indians
14 "God's Little
15 Be ill
16 Child's game
18 Return to
20 College
31-- annum
~ 2 Pitcher
34 Exclamation
,26 Ages
27' 2 "The deep
'. blue "
S t Without
NS f Slanted type
2 4 Racket game
35 Holding
So Compass point
| Kr Misdeeds
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41 F ch city
piries "
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Forgotten Woman
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7 Superlative e AU
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the drain" i
9 Agenda 24 Detest 38 IndigenouS
performed 25 "Forever and 40 Torch
10 "The ever. 41 "The of
Curtain" 26 Feminine time"
11 Dregs appellation 42 Inventory
17 "- Fideles"27 Artificial .' 43 Zulu war
19 "Live and water channel band
1" 328 "The Emerald 44 Bridge
23 "He also Isle" 46 Disturb
serves who 29 High cards 47 Mature
only stands 31 Corridors 48 Let it stand
and 33 Prank 50 Droop

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S I can't see why she wants to Bcb, why not be real daring tell em?
tackle the heartbreaks of the thea- and say: "No comment'?
.L er." i Conflicting Quotes: Somerset
oL "Perhaps,' Chuckled the other, Harry (Hat King) Rolnick knows Maugham's: "I have written my
SMAKE FRIENDS "she was born with a silver spoon an Indian Fakir who sleeps on a last novel, my last essay, my last
in her head." bed of nails but suddenly has in- book. I am nearly eighty now and
-- 'somnia. So to fall asleep he counts I want to start living."
Funny Werld. Gloria Vanderbilt porcupines. Edna Bests: "Between fifty and
wants to become on actress. The sixty a woman should do what
W actresses we know wanna become' Headline: "Scientists Claim she wants to do. After sixty it
Vanderbilts.. Two-Headed Snakes Are Not Un- may be too late."
... '. common."' Edna, meet Somerset, Somerset
One of the gang wondered if Around Broadway! say hello to Edna.
m\ B'j{]'\ all the girls Binatras been itemed -- ---
with meant that he finally doused Over at Birdland some comedi-
.. his torch for Ava. ans were still agog about Glea- Pufflicity Dept: 'Battle Cry
r,' /, 2 : "-\ I "rSometimes." reminded a sage. son's eleven million deal. "I can Beans' are a new dish on
\ "other dells don't help you forget. remember." one said, "when he Warners Green Room Menu."
I They just help remind you worked for peanuts.' I BOOM!
---b-- "I remember, said another, --
A Lindy patron thought Gloria when he worked for laughs.' Rock Hudson's proclamation:
would enjoy the switch from so- -- "I feel for thesn people, these
Even though you are shocked city to the stage "because shed From a H'wood colyum: "Mau- scribes of Hoelywcod. Contrary to
by the appearance of a person 'meet a nicer elass of people." Ireen O'Hara huddled with four public opinion, stories about movie
who has been, or who Ja 11l, t lai "Dcn't you aiean.' edited Joyce' Ohio State coaches and I never stars are not woven out of thin
hinder not to let hhn or any Bryant, "a nier class of actors? did find out what play they called, air. They are "Wraned out of hu-
member of his feadly know how i but they certainly stayed in that man belags, oo have donated
oau feel. I Item: "Medic claims women huddle for a long time." their every xperiene and thought
Spt wU home e. bahae0d Th' i oldest play in existence, to a btay imd there -al.
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Labor INews l."-However, the Door Is Still Openg
Labor News.



Those government officials who
have access to the files and con.
clusions of our international interln-
gence services do not believe there
is any danger cf war with Russia
for quite a while.
They do not believe that the
China crisis or any incidents in
nthe Orient will unleash new fight-
ias ing which would recreate the like-
lihood of war with the Soviet world.
te British and American officials
have learned from these who have
had recent conversations with Rus-
sian Premier Georgi Malenkov that
Ins the Soviet high command itself is
thoroughly frightened of our atom-
ic and "super-bcmb" arsenal de-
scribed the other day by AEC
chairman Lewis L. Strauss. A'Brit-
ish official got this impression
e- from Malenkov during a talk held
id in Moscow not more than three
months ago.
)n All this explains why the Office
Ix ef Defense Mobilization has aan-
's, doned its "crash" speeduo plan- HAM%
ry ning. It is still moving swiftly. But ".,.,. aw a so
rt as the image of immediate Soviet
attack on our mainland seems to
- be receding so is the urgency.
w Everything now is at a more
at methodical pace. Defense mobiliza-
tion officials are junking some of
c he previous frenzied suggestions
in favor of a more intensive andhe
analytical search of what's need- II
ed. For example, insiders know
that President Eisenhower will ask
for standby powers to run the U.S.
almost arbitrarily for 90 days aft-
ier an atomic or hydrogen attack.
These standby regulations willo
givethe Chief Executive the e Presiow-er
er to set wages, hours, workiforeign economic ng he r sin ens
conditions, job shifting restrictions t the n. re
materialsand labor andmanage- W ore rl e thad
meant rights even before the atom- are as mesa p era e
ic dust ries over a smolderingy he
_ot issue such directives It h e By Peter Edson
President will need to have them
in a top desk drawer, ready for
use right down to the lastiparen- WASHINGTON (NEA o- Whatewho 'believe only in high prote- the U.S. GAit delegation the ie
thetical phrase. A clue to the sense President Eisenhower has askedotive tariffs, summer and presumably got a
cf urgency felt by those informed- for in his new foreign economic The group of business leaders first-hand idea of its workings.
ade h i gnh 1 uy competent ofials msage
canrd with' I yeprig en such alsmessage to the Congress is, in under Clarence B. Randall, board Multilateral negotiations, rather
e i th an hs eication of all U. S. chairman of Inland Steel, w h o thn treaties between two nations,

bie leoand reom l thei project ws dealing with this subject, shaped up and support the Ei T sen- fare now generally retognized as
Their pace oblin tay it a n ee separately to meet limited situs- by it A charter for he proposed ne
liberatesssant dirs. o h tions. Thy did not have as their' There is no provision for govern- International Finance Corporation
new assist ant directorate, me- objective the creation of a co thment aid to U. S. industries if- is now being dawn up by a seven.
fice of Defense Mr obzati on, plete and consistent foreign econo s fected by lowered tariffs, which is member committee of the execu-
owardn F. Pew s appo e., are. mic policy meeting today s world opposed by the American Tariff tive directors of the International
SfordConv., p oi e. condition. ILeague and its high-duty support- Bank. Eugene R. Black, chairman
9. His ess'ignmen .the l In trying to bring order out of ers. of te executive directors, and An.

mel oa fregul the iswnhoPerl es- pk. te rs th e .a o he artmet W t be
meneste of rgtin det- is confusion, the House Ways But the escape clause and peril drew Overby are American repre-

coingx e lapo indusroaic so Lines of uante y whoer wait nres whatever becable oftaeeror meenihewe must ave rCom
dent Eisenhower must have readyand Means Committee has a job point limitations would be retained sentatives.
for a warhemerg en ecty. t almost as big as the one it tackledin the President's program. Tae rif It is hoped that the charter raft
thel mig d havel i tne prove t in the two years past. This was to cuts would be limited to pe r t ill be ready by spring. A sort of

IhosecP hoe l tp orgav e nitthocs t' oty h Prede in t --- I Emy he new lendgo
kers iM the mh as-recdify the tax laws. The last a year for three yeats. Tariff rates junior grade Bretton Woods con.
likel what oe i g et a d Congress did a commendable obnow over eor ant cld bes ference of countries in theInter

lotha we ll w or k in asuch eak as Thi* Isre bsdid aso mmea b lh exreme horade n ow be oving.s alok w reagoing t
set But. the e t .t u i ds i on t hat. o t e or a sa el ladet ibelowUit-I nationall Baock might then he ; eto
wans to abe Aon s wage, man-" Thee r asi yet e to three years. And high rates on be called to approve the charter
poer s w c a .biatioeen prep ua r put tegetheeanomn mas foreign goods not now being imported in before submitting "it to member
dtivons nich omh .ad bentration economy b ic ot i y code of laws,q uant thY could be cut not more govern ments for t ateio brn.
weadoheishsentopmostudying the plc ratification-
stead he is en ot E oer ad- ll wrapped s neatly in a single thn a half in this three-year per- Ifthis schedule cannot be met,

'the mn it iso n us s package. All ths parts in the Pres ie es a ran pod. the charter might have ito bDeold

menitr abigonew topeacetqarIme in- ompleel f-e tu re d e i nto r day e orr d Spst w R, Pd ih aB eiyn, d prodre ams, Stok-
ill appoint Industry ent's foreign economic program After the anar

san ubt e ite e advise re so intel ted, however, that C congress would be able to take ernors' meeting in Istanbul, r
d t r et s to they must be considered together ano her look at the situation. There key, next September. But the U. S.
m e ilter wic by the Congress. is no proposal to make the trade idea is to have the charter ready
the all-vital rules What thsse parts are was spell- agreements a permanent part of for approval by this session of Con
those who stayeat home and those ed out by the President in the American law. gress so that the new lending cor-
who survivethe supers" will first of his special messages to With respect to GATT, the new pAration can begin operations by
work, wheat wi. dw lni wtl as congress. KGeneral Agreement on Tariffs and the end of the year.
long theywiwor ss This is by no means the extreme Trade now being negotiated in Gen- U.S. exports are now greatly in
just what rights the industrialistsprogram which some of the oppo- eva, Switzerland, will be submit- excess of its imports. The whole
will have.les that any war- nents cf a reciprocal trade agree-|ted to Congress for the first time. Eisenhower"progranr is aimed at
Peposn el stabiolzaon.....r.. -ments program have made it out Sen. Eugene Millhkin (R., Colo.) finding free enterprise substitutes
time economic stabiao pero-t be. It is a moderate approach. agreed thins had to be done, to set- for balancing international trade
gram un us t reflect the governy It will satisfy neither the believers te the issue for good. Rep. Rich- without continued multibillion-dol.
mentSobiganagemntot reand t a completely free trade nor those ard Simpsn (R, Pa.) served with lar-fdreign-aid' programs.
sum ing public. Since aPhelps' proOiI .-.
ect wilI take thle better part of an e Yr
year. it can be assumed that he a b
and his ODM colleagues believe A l toe m re min c e m In i Ne Y r
they have that much time and
more. Obviously there is no feel-
I ing of urgency reflected in the sus- Ie E
pension of the writing of emer- e 1h
gency regulation ere n MIDNIGHT SERENADE Kitty Kallen (in Look) explain. i Mirror: "Dear Mrs. Post:A
tim e to work out the ir- I t is no quiet lullsby that sings a theater and via a juke-bx: "la good in looking smoking jacket and
portant regulationllrspplr to ex-n re
te t o m nrio The city to its sleep. It is a songmvaudevlle I usually follow a gitI would liketo knoJUstewhen
ieoromnsotrtesh tnod peoe on tinseled wings.......... a beer." camdayoungbacheornanhhav
al old indtrie bue laborn people Theater crowds that jam the That reminds us. Whatever be- apartment. Would it be
now see a terrific and swifv t shift curbs -- and long ... cames of all the people who won- permissible to wear it when I
coming In atomic production -- Lies of humanity who wait dered whatever became of Kitty have 'Company'?"
dusfro weapons to pebceoltine use. thei r ..
foro;u t AFL has actually set up a For tables at teU known cafhes Au emss t rbe busbos "o-Answser: Youmaoy weeitat
anent Atiomc Energy Com- and bars .-.-... On Broadway, cynYicalyreoports at of in a
mittee. This is, In effect, a high And no one makes a motion to N r t no yo r g
council of all interhatioalAF unions Ioadjourn... .one who stabs you in the front." a really formal party.'
I which hope to organize millions of Until the dawn i s edging out I Ermly, he said GCompany"l
workers in the new field. Had they the stars. i Thethere's hewparag aph'

cis would notbbeuastinn streets that blossom in a world. The other planned on bengn


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WASHINGTON Miles Lane, who invited Herbert Hoover there
former U.S. attorney in New Ycrk repeatedly, feels hurt. ... Latest
City, is the man tentatively picked gag going the rounds of Capitol
by the Democrats to probe the cloakrooms: "McCarthy is no Ieng-
GOP extravanga, over security er an isam. He's a was.".. .
risks. Secretary'. Agriculture Senator Jenner of Indiana is pull-
Ezra Benson is trying to get the ing wires to block the appointment
President to drink more milk. Es- of Assistant Secretary- of State
ra's religion doesn't permit him Henry Byroade to be our new am.
to drink anything stronger, but bassador to Egypt. Byroade. is
real reason he's nudging the Presi- from Indiana.. .. It was Ike per
dent is because of his surplus but- sonally who finally backed diwn
ter stock .. At a recent dinner regarding Wolf Ladejinsky,. the
party, Sen. Bill Fulbright f Arkan- agricultural attache fired by Seec-
sas gave a toast: "To the lady retary Benson. Eisenhower had
who put federal education into the first told Bensen that he could fire
President's message." He re- Ladejinsky and he would stand
ferred to Mrs. Eugen Meyer, wife behind him. Later, when storm
of the chairman of the Washington clouds appeared on Capitol -NL
Pcst, who has hounded Ike for two Ike changed his mind approved
years to help the schools. Finally a new job for Ladejinsky in FOA.
she convinced him that he would A secret Democratic caucus
look foolish promoting billions for has decided to pass a joint resolu.
highways and net one cent for lien of Congress disapproving the
schools; so he included schools in Dixon-Yates contract, then player
his message to Congress... Said congressional disapproval squarely
Mrs. Herbert Bayard Swope after before Elsenhower. It's not be-
riding on the special train to Al- lived Eisenhower will have enough
bany for Averell Harriman's inau- nerve to flout both houses of Con-
guration: "Never have I seen so gress on this important Issue .
many vulgar people." The Civil Defense Agency is test.
"Shhhhhh," cautioned a f r i e n d. ing a new air-raid-warning system
"They're all Democrats and we that may lead to an air-raid alarm
love them.' .. Sagacious Herb clock in every home. It will ring
Swope is one of Governor Harri- home alarms that can be installed
man's new brain trusters. In in your house for lest than $5
Roosevelt days they called it a each. The system is being tried out
brain trust. Now they call it an in three test cities-Buffalo and Al-
egghead committee. However, it bany, N.Y., and Bridgeport, Con.
amounts to the same thing. George The Colonel Worries Col. Rob-
Leader, dynamic new governor-to- ert Rutherford McCormick of Chi.
be of Pennsylvania, has appoint- cago Tribune fame doesn't seem
ed such a committee, headed by to like Ike any better thn he did
Prof. Stephen B. Sweeney of the FDR. Says he: "Almost single-
University of Pennsylvania, to tell handedly we (the Chicago Trib-
him what's wrong with govern- une) prevented F. D. Roosevelt
ment in Pennsylvania. Most folks from overthrowing the republic
agree there's been plenty wrong and establishing a dictatorship as
in the past. he had planned. As I speak tonight
i ..i .. .d we are in a battle as momentous
aside the White House -Sel- and desperate as has ever been
dom has there been such a furor funght for ,h protection f the.
over the firing of one lone lady as r The poThtT eood colonel
over the dismissal of Mrs. Jane wput l."n o h go ode o olel
Jne. went on to compare the Eisen-
Spaulding, the Negro Woman flower administration with Buch-
the Year. Republicans were anan 's, uringasic h ahen ,ti-.
fit to be tied-especially Walter a "' wsh .ll r h. .ati
.HalIanan R ...1, .11 an nation- was pulled apart and started drift-
al cmieemanfro Wetin- g toward the Civil War. The Ei-
al commteeman from West Vr-senhower cohorts he described s:
bes, who rt Mrs. ,Spaulding he "An extraordinary combination- of
job in the first place. Hallanan iso-
the man whose name went round communism, plutocracy and" ypob
the w ,orld wNh.en preisidin o.e t i crnsy tolerated by an administra-
the world wihein presidCing overine t ion reminiscent of Buchanap's. .
listed on the right of Puerto Rican .e i ... ouant imne-ico as yth.
delegates to iron out their differ- a porte almost unan moTsy n tha
ences ove. r Taft and Ike -in front party which sought to destroy the
of the TV cameras. White nation and by rascals calling them-
Hous staff members did their selves liberal Republicans". .
best to pretend Mrs. Spaulding had The motto oofthe T Wibun bop
not been fired, even inspired phone elsuitdhen o de colo e liberty, or
calls to Negro publishers denying gei.,," sh.a.n' Alli f wtiyr
the story. Negro publishers, how-ie a^.v.s dth'.." i .... Ailf, Z wh'
ever, did their own checking, found leads. que.tion: -I,,isqn ow-
out otherwise. Chairman d er is our Buchanan, -..who is gig
outothri s. .Ch airma v to be our Lincoln? The coloners
Hall also hit the ceiling, had Val friendM;a., u rth? .. .r mayhb
Washington. Negro staff member Mca.rt, ,.Or- maybe
of t, rte OP nati. onl omitte, e m the colonel is discouraged over the
of the GOP national committee, tfact that the' Tribuzn published
rut stories that there were Ano S f ef'un e*w
and Scr-try ef4 ., musnil "a lr"
the Cabinet i ber who ad uast- Mo. has dr yUS Ib
ed her after Mrs. Spaud fav-y hasroppe y un-. .
ure A .n nt 1egro uuwms U -fl AUS

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ord eNegro doctors usi" exUa
hospitals.'. Charley .Willis, the
White House patronage hatchet
man, helped Mrs. Hobby arrange
the exit. Max Rabb, another
White House aide, helped pull
the chestnuts out of the fire by
getting Mrs. Spaulding a new job
. Seldom. have there been so
many White House aides and high
functionaries working at cross pur-
poses and so, upset over one Idy
. Mrs. Spaulding had been
one of the first and ene of the few
Negro leaders to work for Eisen-
hower. The agency which fin-
ally hired her after she was eased
out of two others is Harold Stas-
sen's Foreign Aid Administration,
which also hired Wolf Ladejinsky
after Secretary Benson fired him.
However, foreign aid automatically
expires June 30, after which there
will be another rat race to find a
job for Mrs. Spaulding. (Ladejin-
sky, tired of being kicked around
in government, wants to get out
next spring.)


Ike and Harry have agreed to
share the platform at the 10th an-
niversary of the United Nations in
San Francisco in June. It will be
the first time they have appeared
together since Ike's inauguration.
.... Eisenhower has not invited
Truman even to nay a courtesy
call at the White House. Truman,


While many children his age
are content to walk, one-year-
old Bimby LentA. of Memphis.
Tenn.. glides around on roller
skates like a veteran. His
grandfather gave him th
skates for Christm h

By Calbraith


" .-. -- "With all that money," one said, i for teevy and the theater." i I Well, SheHah, wctinell do you



TRBSDAT, JA iiAY W, t B. .

Sfe Machiery

Pr duces Miracles (
StNEA Staff Correspondent

PARIS (NEA) It is hard get hot, with Deputies banging
for Americans, and British o tle ds of their desks like unruly
that matter, accuntomed to the schoolboys, the Speaker clanging
more or less sober proceedlas in his bell for order, and bundle
the House 'of Represeatatives or of papers and books flying around
the House of Commons, to under- as the antagonists shout abuse at
stand the workldngs of the French each other. There have been
National Assembly. some fist fights and general free-
On important issues, such as for-alls.
Premier Mendes-France's battle Occasionally the police have to
over German rearmament, it is a be called in. The last time was
well-known fact that the battle during the strikes of 147. The
is waged behind the scenes al- Communists forcibly occupied the
most as much as in the Assembly Tribune and refused to move un-
pro er til the Republican Guard was
What rangers do not realize called in to throw them out.
is that many of France's political Last hay one Deputy got his
decisions are made around t he face slapped (the greatest affront
marble-topped counter of the "bu- for a Frenchman) when he shout-
vette" (bar) *ot the refreshment e an insult addressed to Deputy
room of the Palais Bourbon and General Billote.
in the surrounding gilt and mir- Many of the Deputies are high-
rored corridors, before they ever ly colorful and almost historical
come t- formal vote. characters. T h'e re is the Hon-
Overa glass of red wine which orary President, .ayear-old-Pres-
costs but a few francs (no for- ident Edouard Hernot, France's
*etg drinks such a whiskey or "grand old man" of politics, who
Americanminerals are allowed voted against EDC. Thee are al-
here) the 7 deputies arg ve, so Resistance heroes, who will
speculate, intrigue and "fix the bear the scars inflicted by Ger-
line they will take. man Gestapo torturers until they
Yet seeming so undecided, un- die.
disciplined, divided and disor. There is another aspect of the
ganizedi the Assembly does some. Assembly which makes it corn-
how produce the miracle of a pletely unpredictable. T h a t is
clear decision. This is a difficult the frequent practice of "imarch-
feat for Americans and British andages" (bargaining)--t he pri-
who have only two political par- vate deal whioh brings a Deputy
ties, but France counts about a to vote for or against a measure,
dozen, ith many atf them sub sometimes for a reason which has
divided Into rival groups. nothing to do with tie subject
Even in the Radical party being debated. .
Premier M des-France, h e r It works like this: Monsieur
ar what is known as "elans"- Dupont, who is also mayor of
the lan Mendes-France, the clan some provincial town, has been
Rene Mayor and another small agitating for months for a ne w
roup supporting Finance Mn-bridge which wll bring an in-
t EdgarFaure flux of tourists to his town. One
The moderates have their day, perhaps in the "buvette" or
"Laniel clan" and the "Pi na y in a Minister's office, Monsieur
clan" And noparty whip can Dupont hears that the govern.
be cracked loudly enough to meant has decided to uphold his
make them all pull together, even claim.
on questions vital to the cou- Promptly Monsieur Dupont de-
try. cides to support the government
It is simply that the Latin tern- in any critical vote.
perament is not suited to the re- "It is only reasonalbe," says he,
strained, even tenor of p a r li a- and thus another vote w ill be
mentary debate. thrown in to support the govern-
The great red plush Assembly ment.
Chamber itself looks more like a One vote gaied can me an
theater than a parliament. Since much in the French Assembly. In
its birth it hasseen plenty of the dramatic month of M a r c h,
dramas and some comedies. 1940, Premier Paul Reynaud saw
You can still count on a ood his government installed on th e
Gallic uproar there when things strength of a single-vote majority.

'Very Dangerous, Usually Armed'

Killer Crried Small Pocket Knife

ANFORD, Fla,, Jan. 18 (UP) "Don't disturb my wife, let her
ne of the ttion 10 most- sleep."
.w a ed inat, an..acicqads The motel robm war broken
marerae 'des d Fin'Sta1 It t Mra.'Hen-
s'-being "ver da nsoius and derib 'wi ba fouid sprawled on
usually r ime d," surrendered the bed, partly nude, with 10 stab
meekly to police in a junkyard wounds on her body, the FBI
i with only a small knife said. Loel's car was found aban-
S -apockets. *doned In Dallas shortly after the
A drunkpa spree under an as-
sued e led police to th Ch ag Convict Says
capture of Otto Austin Loel, 43, Ciag0oC n c
of Wave y, Ohio, who had been
living In palm-thatched lean- .
to in the ciy dumn while work- opsAnd Politicos
ing as a junk peddler. C
The FBI charged Loel with Get Big Payoffs
fleeln Oklahoma to avoid pros-
ecutio for the brutal knife CHICAGO, Jan. 18 (UP)h-Chlca-
slaying of a Ca ldtrnA woman. go's police department and politi-
Elizabeth Jeanne Henderson, a- cal organizations were shaken to-
Cout 34, ofCompton, Calif., was day by a convict's story giving
und murdered in an Oklahoma details of bigtilme payoffs to police
.ity het&l Jan. 10 ,1954.: officials and politicians to protect
police Chief Roy 0. Williams the city's tremendous policy rack-
Sa lab" when captured. FBI The convict is Claude Murphy,
r.c..lar ecribed tloel Tu "very 33, servmg a oneto-five-year sen-
O-icsa sndUid -oll-y a med 'l tence in Joliet state prison for run.
ut'Se Williams said the thin ning a confidence game.
S .n Olagga d gt.e carried U.S. Attorney r Robert Tneken and
ona. plainpoKetknife." Irwin N. Cohen, counsel for the
e deny hi Identity city council crime committee, said
. h_ .d ,e wa .it was Murphy and given them details of
.. ,, ........ ..payoffs he collected from policy
pll over, Williamaid L. operators as "protection money"
Officers said Loel had been Iv- to bribe policemen and politicians.
ag in Orlando and Sanford since Under Tieken' s direction, a Fed-
the alleged murder. He had hol- eral grand ry is now delving in.
d up in a lean-to made of pal- o the muti-mllion-dollar policy
metto palm branches in a city racket-popularly known as the
dump. r "numbers"--with a view to seek
e Ing indictments on income tax eva-
Loel was arrested here Jan. 9 sion.
n a drunk charge while using Two indictments were returned
the name of Jack C. McCoy. Po- last week but at Tieken's request
ice said his fingerprints were they were suppressed until the
ent to the FBI in Washington accused persons are arrested.
for a routine check. This led to The policy, or numbers,; game Is
his real Idelintity, a lottery known to be operated by
Loel's arrest came after a the city's organized crime syndi-
unk-yar dem ploye notified Con- cate which grew out of the old
table J. Q. Galloway 'when Loel Capone gang.
appeared and Galloway called It fleeces thousands of persons,
the other offleers. City police and mostly among the city's Negro
sherlft's deputies made the ar- population, by taking nickel, dime
eat. and quarter bets against tremen-

Thr fugitive was arraigned in dous odds.
rlando before U. S. Commis- Prison officials assigned a 24-
sioner James Byrd. hour guard to Murphy after he
The FBZ.said Loel had met the began "talking" aboutthe protec-
enderaon woman and her hut- tion payoffs.
ind In Compton, Calif., bar. "His life isn't worth a plugged
eHendersona o greed Lael was nickel if we don't watch him," one
liable and Mrs. Henderson set w ffeer said.
ut with him for Ohio: on a Murphy told Tieken that he col-
the expe auto triO l elected as much as $42,.000 a month
ts d the expense" auto trp policy operators.
Loel ad Mrs. Henderson. po- Trty-thousand doUars was s
e said, registered t the Okla'turned over each month, he said,
otna WCty motel Jan. 7. Ii= to a South Side politician. The oth-
worers ated LOe Ita" -- r$12,00 waw split between a o.
the motor W4, lice captain and a lesser polti-
Murphy said he did not give the
money directly to the police cap-
tain but to a friend who passed it
.-- E C .cohen hasbeen tryingto get the
j Icolne ta staments of an Chi.
B cage pline seers before the
el ncl crime committee for a
cheek of Ilegal incomes.
&n ^ TFderal agent working with
the grandjua" are mpa ioirns
S v. several policemen and po 11 e y
aU e. operator. ,
aben amid he pns to held the
jury over for another month as a
I spelal peal to .onthne thke i-


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of French Assembly Investment

3ut of Gallic Chaos For


0. 1 Rohardson, Jr. t

PANAMA, Jan. 18-The Fed- b
eral Reserve's decision to boost
margin requirements slightly
(from 50% to 00%) seems tohave
given the market paude for I
S thought. Only a relatively small
amount of 'stock is now held on
margin, so the governments ac-
tion is In the nature of awarn-
ng e against speculative excesses
In the future. nt iht
Should this markldet admonition

up Its present easy money pol-
Sicy (most notably in the housing
field, where no-down-payment r
30 year mortgages have touched
off a building boom.) It can is-

s iJ p re r n s ti t e a l by ro n d o As
sue long term treasury bonds to
absorb surplus investment funds.
Margin requirements, of course,
can be raised further.
The increase in margin require-
ments carried an element of
surprise that resulted in a wave
of heavy selling. The Dow Jones t
Industrial Averages, which had I
just established a new high of t
412, declined to a low of 387, or
u about 6%.
THE FRENCH ASSEMBLY IN SESSION: When the going gets Several market students had
hot, it resembles a theater more than It does a parliament. been expecting a more sizable i
correction for some time, one
that might carry the Averages
back 10% or more. They argue h
S e e. Ir t e WlS that such a correction would be t
Se a healthy development in that it
would give the market a strong- e
er technical position from which t
to start on the next leg of its I
Of Impulsive M ove A correction of these propor-
tions does not app ear to me to
I be in the making at this time.
ASLarge blocs of stock have been
o ree i es boughtby pension funds and
o F re ee s other institutional buyers as
i.n more or less permanent holding.
0 Many individual Investors are
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP) the U. N. efforts fail, this nation deterred from selling their stocks
-Sen. Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.), should issue an ultimatum to because they do not wish to pay
former chairman of the Senate Red China for the release of the excess profits taxes. With so
Foreign Relations Committee, prisoners. many shares withheld from the
warned today against "hasty, ill- If the Chinese Communists market, chane ars ofe in a sustainshed
considered, impulsive action" to Inore the ultimatum, he said selling wave are diminished.
free Americans imprisoned by then the United States should The general firmness of stock
Red China. set up a blockade, markets in other countries would s
~~Red China, _e _blockadalso seem to militate against p
Wiley said he is "definitely and market price weakness in the U. I
absolutely opposed at this time M a av anfe 8. Another sustaining factor Is
to any arbitrary steps involving ot WherC n f s that good grade stocks will pro-
the use of force-such as a ml-ip o vide an appreciably higher yield
itary blockade-to effect the re- wo fithan first rate bonds. The gen-I
lease of these- men." H lding Up S rally favorable business outlook
He sald it s going to take time W at least for the first six months
to win freedom for the 11 Amer- of 1955, should also contribute to
d uican lrg. ,A b tirn as in security priceal
Wifey made the statement i n HOUST O, Tex. Jan. U (VP')
a speechat Harrisburg, Pa., amid -Mrs. Ada Benear 22, confessed House
growing optimism within the today that she was the woman who, Header
Eisenhower administration that with a baby in her left arm and a
the men eventually will be re- istol in her right hand, robbed a
leased., liquor store of $53 last night. B Says nat aplo s-
She said she held up the store c
Officials cautioned, however, to get money to free her husband, h r
against expecting any quick ac- James, 27, from the city work
tion. farm. The husband, a house paint. WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP)
Ambassador Henry C a b 0 t er, was sent to the farm to work -- house Democratic Leader John
Lodge Jr., U. S. representative out $50 in traffic fines. W. McCormac of Massachusetts
to the United Nations, said dur- She was arrested early today made it plain today that he
Ing the weekend he is "confi- when she came to police headquart.d mae ai
dent" the men Will be freed. era with the loot to pay her hus- takes a dim view of people who
Lodge has conferred with Dag band's fines. She was still carrying refer to the Senate as the "up-
Hammarskjold, U. NX secretary- her 16-month-old daughter, Nancy per chamber" of Congress.
general who returned this week kay. He told the House that news
from a re itrud ieras missio to e bawriters have used the term for
from a free-the- flers mission to Police recognized her from the years, and House members have
Peiping. been some talk in worn jacket and wrinkled slacks generally Ignored the implied
and otut of Congress that t e she was wearing, and from the ult.But he said recently such
Unid StatfCongresstholgt toughebaby. They called in Mrs. Rose a reference was made by a mem-
United- States should get tough Zainfeldthe liquor store manager, ber of the Senate,
with Communist China if it re- who identified her. McCormack said the senator
fuses to release the men in good "I'm guilty, that's all I have to "should be corrected."
time. Ea say." Mrs. Benear said. "He should study the Consti-
President Eisenhower last Fr- Nacy Kay cooed as her moth. tuition McCormack said. "The
day urged Americans to be pa- er was booked. Mrs. Zainfeld said two bodies are co-equal.
tient while the U. N. tries t that the baby also cooed during "The House s second to no
hand. the holdup, though her mother was other legislative body in the col-
Sen. Price Daniel (D-Tex.) a- "'wful nervous. lectlve ability of Its member-
mong others, has said that if "I know I did wrong," Mrs. Be- ship," he said amid applause.
near said. "But I love my husband McCormack said the term "up-
so much. I just didn't care. ,, per branch" or "upper chamber"
"She must have been crazy, as applied to the Senate stem-
a her husband said. "I'd have been med from the early days of the
I out of here on the 29th. I'd have republic when Congress met in
T Back To Norma rather stayed twice as long than Philadelphia. In those days, he
have per pull a crazy stunt like said, the Senate met in a room
SACRAMENTO, Calif. --(UP) Mrs. Benear said that when she one floor above the House chain-
Residents of the Carmichael area decided upon the robbery she had ber.
of suburban Sacramento once only $78 and a policeman had told FIRE CALL
again are able to watch television her it would take $95 to get her N BITA Co U
in the evenings without interrup, husband off the farm. NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UP)
ions from an trude scram- She t o he stole Three fire companies rushed to
didn't have anywhere to leave i the fire om -
The intruder, a small, cream- the baby, she took her along. sooner.
colored monkey, was captured by She hid the gun under the ba-
IRoot, but only after the animal to the store. Mrs. Benear first ask-
had eluded pursuers and caused ed to have a $200 check cashed.
general consternation in the area Mrs. Zainfeld refused and Mrs.
for about three weeks. Benear asked for a half-a pint of
The monkey which escaped But when Mrs. Zainfeld reached

from his owner one day after ar- for the vodka,,Mrs. Benear produc-
riving here from Texas. often ed the gun and said: "Never mind.
perched on TV aerials, interrupt- This is a stickup. Pleast give me
ing programs. The poundmaster, your money."
sheriff's officers, and California She said herjirst robbery made ff" ,
highway patrolmen were called at her so nervous that after it was
intervals, but, the monkey always over she drove around in her auto-
made its escape into nearby tree- mobile an hour before she thought
tops. she was composed enough to go to
the police station. (
Despite the inconvenience it the police station.
caused, the monkey attracted
many animal lovers, and Root said
nearly a hundred persons had RADIO REPAIRS
asked for the tiny simian before its Rapid Service
owner came to claim his pet. ick-u & Delivery

Oil Production Finest Parts Used
Hig h in Il linois Authorized distributors
High In Illinois D for
URBANA, l. -(UP)- John C. Service Dept. for
Frye, chief of Illinois' geological WEBCOR BOGEN
survey, said reports indicate oil
drying in the state in 1954 was NATIONAL. MAGNECORD
exceeded only by the peak years
oI Tropical Electronics
We state's oil production In 45th St. No. 3
14a ran about IS per cTt above
that of fno and was eectd Tel.3-1282

Yong Prisoner

haflunks Homern

rown Police Chief
20 year old Marshfield mi
awaiting trial on charges of mu
lering his grandfather, wrote
better of thanks to the police chi
of his home town who once tri
to straighten him out.
Rodney W. Herman fled t
itate and lived for two years und
the alias of Steven Bannon, but
was arrested in Illinois where
iad been working.
Police Chief Walter Wohlfal
said he had talked with Herm
many times when the youth w
In trouble. Wohlfahrt recently
ceived the following letter fro
Herman who was being held
jail at Phillips, Wis., for tri
for the 1953 slaying:
"Dear Chief,
"Now I'm sitting in a cell
hillips waiting for a possible 1
n prison. I was too smart to list
o you and now it's too late. I wa
o thank you for what you tried
lo for me.
"I regret the grief I have giv
ny mother and I hope that may
someday I can make it up to he
wish there was some way I cou
warn other kids who have alreac
started like I did, but they wou
have the same attitude "it woe
happen to me.'
'*In the last two years I had
earn to work with other peop
and understand what I had to
o live in this world. But 1 learn
oo late. But wherever I go, or gi
will do my best. I still might g
he satisfaction of living a rig
kind of life. I wish I would ha
listened to you and at least tri
o understand what you were ti
ng to say. In the last year, I di
-l made some wonderful friend
honest and hard working. 1 tri
iard' to be like them at the last.
hink I was.
*But you can't live on lies fo
ever. Steve Bannon was found o
o be Rod Herman, and so he

"Again I

say thanks for trying

"Yours truly
"Rod Herman"

Marshal Tito
Aakes Firmer
Ties With Burma
RANGOON, Burma. Jan. 18
'UP -Burmese Premier U I
and Yugoslav President Tito I
sued a joint statement tod
promisingg closer ties of friend
ship between their countries.
The statement was issued
Marshal Tito ended his visit
Burma and left to return



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HAMMARSKJOLD REPORTS In New York, United Natil '
SecreLarv General Dag Hammarskjold makes his first publiC
report ot his talks with Communist Chinese Premier Chou In-lit
on a mission HammarskJold made to Red China to secure the
release of 11 Imprisoned American airmen. He said no deals of
any kind were suggested by either side in the talks.

Fish Fry To Be

Added To Episcopal
Fhiirh'c Rarehka,,

Attorneys Decide
New Haven RR
OK In Rhode Is.

ea I ssu I s a mUI M MUV PROVIDENCE, R.I. (UP) .
1 *Attorneys have finally decided that
The Episcopal Church of Our the New Haven Railroad is oper.
r- Saviour"s third annual barbecue eating legally in Rhode Island.
'ut and fair has been expanded this
re vep.r to include a fish-fr.y to be The question came up when tt
held on Jan. 28, frcm 3 to 10 was learned the state legislature
1g. p.m. on the grounds of the church had never ratified broad changes
at third St., N.w Cristobal. in the railroad's charter made in
Final arrangements under the1
direction of Cupt. Jule F. Dieoz. But attorneys determined the
general chairman have b e e n. charter changes were made in fed.
made to make this event more Pral court, and federal action asu.
colorful than those of the past. persedes state action
The spirit ef the Carnival sea-
son will be expressed 6y the decor Everyone Is happy again and the
of the main hail with Nlisses Hele- trains are still running
na de Boyrie and Sandra Motta rslu.
as Carnival queens dressed in na-
live festive costumes. doll clothes and a white elephant
- thrift shop will also be a feature.
Nu The midway has been stocked Art works are to be exhibteM
is- with favors and prizes for various and selected objects will be of-
ay contests of skill. Mother Gcose fered as prizes. A photo studio dee.
d- will return again this year to in- orated in a natural floral back.
terview the children. Refresh- ground will be souvenir purposes.
asiments will be served throughout A parcel post booth where the
to the program Snowballs and cot- patrons may purchase useful arti-
to ton candy will be featured. Need- cles from abroad is under the
Jework including' a speciality of direction of Mrs. M. F. Greene.

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tprder For Canny Canines
H ,. WILDFLECKEN, Ger m a n y, Boise, Idaho, who commands
an. 18 (UP) The U.S. Armyi soldiers and the canny cani
today took the wraps off one of of the 33rd explained the uni
its effective Iron Curtain de- functioning of the unit.
$eotion units that without dials, "Unlike sentry or ,messen
a dar, gimmicks or gadgets can dogs, scout dogs are used.on
S .l out the enemy and tell you trol to seek out the enemy,"
H L where he is. said. "Once the aggressor is sp
It is the Fifth Corps 33rd In- ted, the dog and his hanc
fantry Scout Dog Platoon whose drop back to permit friendly ]
canines are so sharply trained trols to take action.
they can march in platoon for- ,,. ,I. h ...
S nation. Some even salute. i"The job of the handler a
The four-legged members are the scout dog is not to fi1
all male German shepherds. and they are not trained t
First Lt. Gatreth E. Jones of way, whereas the sentry do
"" ........ ...... Jhas a different mission and
taught to be vicious and to r
gard everyone, other than h
handler, as an enemy.
Scout dogs do not track
sniffing the ground, Jones sa
but locate their quarry by oSr
fing wind-borne scents.
Ground tracks may be old 1
I wind-borne scents are alwl
"fresh" and a scout dog and
4'! master are rarely ambushed.
When a scout dog scents ai
14 other presence, he alertsI
handler by straining his leash
that direction.
"Every handler," Jones sal
"learns to 'read' his dog as
can determine, according 1
the dog's degree of pull, ho
far away the enemy is.
Handlers have "read" th
dogs to detect quarries at a d
tance up to 1000 yards. Avera
,"reading" distance is about
The Army said the dogs have
rigid schedule with daily "ok
deince periods" ast from 45 m.
utes to an hour.
During "obedience session
the dogs leap high hurdle
1 March in platoon formation, ta
E ... their position in the obedientn
I er own shaver, I pink, no circle'or undergo individd
less, gives this gal the chance, drill with their handlers. Sor
gto do a dry, safe leg shaveI of the dogs practice snappy a
S without bringing down the. lutes which are not mand
' y wratb of her husband. story.

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Compositors in the print ihp,
with one deft manipulation of
their trained fingers, became
the source of startling news
printed yesterday regarding Miss
Beth Lockrldge, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. 0. C. Lockridge of Bal-
,As a result of the obvious om -
Poaltors' error the Loockfifgdl
iave been the subject of goaOt-
natured ribbing by their close
The stage for the error which
Sm has brougnt some degree of em-
barrassment to the Lockrldges
was set by the proofreader who
.corrected an error in a "Social
-and Othewise" Item referring to
'Miss Ann Cosgrove, the fiancee
4 of Mr. J. W. Hall of Margarita"
_7 and another Item reporting the
fact that "Miss Beth Lo~krIdge,
..daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C.
Lockrldge of Balboa, Canal
Zone," had been elected preasi-
dent of a social fraternity at the
University of Missourl.
Mr. J. S. Hall of Margarita" was
The line of type reading "of
corrected by the type-setter, as
well as the line reading "of Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Lockrldge of."

MD. b it. IDBNICE HERRING of the Canal Zone face the
oeanera in the home of the groom's uncle in Jacksonville, Flor-
4a,I where they were married on Dec. 18. Mrs. Herring Is the
former Miss Georgia Lee Hagler of Murphysboro, Illinois. She
la the daughter of M?3rs. Naden Epperson of that city and of Mr.
George Hagler of Curundu. The groom, who is now serving in
the Marine Corps at the US Naval Air Station in Jacksonville,
isthe son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Herring of Gamboa. Both Mr.
Iferring and his bride attended grade school on the Canal Zone,
She left the Isthmus after one year at Balboa High School, where
he later graduated and continued through the Canal Zone Junior
College. Before entering the service he was employed by the
Panama Canal Company.
SMis. Howard Tettenbur of Diablo entertained recently at
he *r realnee witu a silver tdllar shower in honor 9f Miss Ar-
leae MeKeewn. whose marriage to Mr. George Tochterman is
a oofitf event.
The table ,as decorated with a oree at a bridal shower and but-
large white 'ruffled parasol dedor- let given last evening at Albrook
ated with b,pvr dollars strung on Officers Club. ,
ribbons. About '0 guests attended the
Guet iked the bride-eleet's g a party
niaqtii, Xf' SHelen McKeo n, Hlssup forj h ar were
an h ig, several of the 679'a4i a r iia r
w tuhe mnbers oa the bridal George "Cain, Arthur- .Gribbons,
party; ea Ryes, M Craw. lone May, and the Misses Marie
ford, Rose Marie Kenealy, Sis Edelen and Irene LadratL
Brady, Cindy Seldon, Florencs -
Mallett, Mary Ewing, Dorothy Bell-Levl Marriage
Herrington, Evelyn Reynolds, E- Solemnized in Balboa
leandr Becker, Margaurite Flynn, Miss Edith Levi, niece of Mr.
Frances Levitt, Russell Edwards, Leo Myer of Panama, was mar-
Marg Klopper Florence Peterson, ried last Saturday to PFC Sid-
Mara Corleite, Peg Mbntayne, ney Bell, 7442 A U Signal, of
Rosalie Cook, Helen Rhodes, Ann Quarry Heights, son of Mr, and
Williams, Helen Hobbs, Marion Mrs. Edward Bell, of 201,22 Far-
Treop, Ruth Appin, .Dana Bissell, ragut Road, Brooklyn, New York.
Iden Tomfoid, Ida Fuller, Fran- Mrs. Bell formerly resided in
c Hearter, Joan Van Vleit, Sylvia Bet Hashite, Israel.
Staples, Helen- Cicero and Kay Rabbi Nathan Witkin officiated
AmmiratL at the wedding, which was held
mm ra main the chapel of the USO-JWB
Stme-artsy Marifee Armed Forces Service Center in
mnied In .tXYr Balboa.
MMr. and, Mrs. n: e Clinton Following the ceremony, a re-
riage oLtheir niece; -Miss Jacque- caption was held which was at-
ie artyto ML dard Dr -tended by friends of the bride and
ell :tne, Jr. ,Th*.iaiarlge took groom.
pis New V ck tCity. on Dec. "
i'her the abride groom are AlN-Star Circle
nil-at'ome at 82 Madison Ave- Card Party Tomorrow
nue. Mesdames Columbia Rieman
Mr. Stone spent several months and Edith Epply will be hostesses
in Pansma ,City a few years ago for an All Star Circle card party
wKlf4 on vacation from Yale U. tomorrow at House 2488 P il e
university. He is the son of Archi- Street, Balboa, at 1 p.m.
tect Edward Durell Stone, who The public is invited and re-
designed Hotel El Panama, and freshments will be served brin
of aa. Orlean Stone, a New York Members are asked to bring
interior decorator who has made their own cards.
several visits to the capital city.
1wFaeily Car Not Dale Bait
I a So's Birtds .
sm -4 Mrs. Wuuilliam J. Allen,
noU of St. Petetsburg, Florida, A da
uminie the birth atf a son, on
. the b GAINESVILLE, Fla. -(UP)-It
Grandparents are Mr. used to be a mark of distinction for
a -Mrs. John H. Schreiber, form- Joe College to have an automo-
ery. f. Baloa,, but now of St. bile on campus. But girls now go
Pisr .w for. the lads with bicycles.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. The university has ruled that
and Mrs. Walter. J. Allen of Bal. cars cannot move between classes,
boa. The new baby also has a and if a student lives on campus
paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. he is not allowed to drive to class.
Margaret Allen of Balboa. If he lives off campus he may
drive to class, but he must have a
XI V ted parking decal on his windshield.
t ral Skewer Even then, if he parks anywhere
Miss Marie C. Kempker, whose bur in a designated spot his car
to John P. Corrigan, Jr., will be towed away and it wi, cost
.. turday., Ws hohim $5 to getlit back.

At this point, .the compositor
entered into action and proceed-
ed first to make things right by
Miss Cosgrove by taking out ,the
line with the error and putting
in the. corrected line, ,nd then
turned around and made Miss
Lockridge's status doubtful by
taking the pied line removed
from the Cosgrove Item and re-
placing the uncorrected line in
the Lockridge report with it,
making it read "Miss Beth Lock-
ridge, daughter of Mr. J. W. Hall
of Margarita, Balboa, Canal, who
probably isn't old enough to have
a child as big as Miss Lockridge.


S ecn amtkM a. dUaMnl Ian

Caruudu W me's Club
Meets Tomorrow
The Curundu Woman's CIub
will hold their social meeting to-
morrow at 9 a.m. at the Commu-
nity Building in Curundu.
The guest speaker will be Mrs.
Frank J. Leap, who will show col-
ored slides taken on her recent
trip thru Zurich, Paris, Munich,
and Innsbruck. She will also give
a descriptive lecture of the slides.
Coffee will precede the meeting.
Hostesses are: Mrs. Harry Bo-
land, Mrs. H. B. Colbert, Mrs. M.
L. Crooks and Mrs. ,S. Cummings.
Members and guests are cordial-
ly invited to enjoy a very interest-
ing program and a social hour
Junta Femntila;
Meets Tonlfbt
The Junta Femenina de Bens-
ficencia (Ladies Welfare Group)
will hold its regular meeting to-
night at 7:30 In the Pacific Serv-
ice Center.

Aussies Start
Horsioe Pitching
SYDNEY -(UP)- Every Sun.
day afternoon a small group of
Australians can be found on the
banks of the Lane Cove River, near
Sydney, pitching horshoes.
Until recently, the members of
the new Riverdale Horshoe
Quoits Club spent their Sunday
afternoons playing golf, garden-
ing or just in the old Australian
pastime of "spine-bashing." Then
a few of them wept to a children's
picnic, and, because adult enter.
tainment Is traditionally non-ex.
istent on such occasions, t h e y
started tossing round the hub caps
off their cars.
"The Yanks do this," someone
commented but another said
horshoes and not hub caps were
used in America.
And so it started. One man got
some worn four-pound horshoes
from a blacksmith, and another
spent days searching through the
city's second-hand bookshops for
a rule book.

When he found It, he also found
that the shoes should only be two
and a half pounds. Now the club
hi as 19 regulation size shoes.
In their lubhouse, the only one
la Australia, they drink their week-
ly keg of beer, eat frankfurters,
and discuss their plans for ex-
puding the organization.
The Australians aren't threaten-
ihg any American records yet, but
they like the sport. Besides it's
been ludc. i one lastance.
Walter Seenas and Tim Brown.
challenged Ray Warman and Alf
Wet to a 2d40b atcd. Walter
and Tim lo ad bought lottery
B ticet far the4ur othem. A w

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% cup milk, cup sharp cheese
spread, garlic salt.
Sift together flour, baking pow-
der, salt and thyme into bowl;
add dill seed. Cut in shortening
until mixture resembles coarse
crumbs. Add rolled oats and mix
lightly. Add milk gradually, stir-
ring lightly until dough can be
formed in a ball. (Add a little
more milk if necessary to make a
soft dough.) Turn out on lightly
floured board or canvas and
knead gently a few seconds.
Roll out to %-inch thickness. Cut
with floured biscuit cutter. Spread
biscuit rounds lightly with cheese
spread. Lay biscuit ronmds on. a
cookie sheet overlapping biscuits
and making two parallel rows.
Sprinkle lightly with garlic salt.
Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees
F.) for iS to 18 minutes. Serve

High BlIod Pressure
IH lth ood Preemr makes
you dii have pains around
huort, headaches, short breath, in-
dieion, palpitation, and swollen
eleyou can t almost instant
relief tm' these d5agwsrou, smp-
toms with HN OX. Ask your
ehimlt for ETNOX to ay and fe
fswm younger in a few a .

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BosaU .*# JPllpis. Rash, Ringworm, B
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t lo se your friends. And don't t
b s 44kin make pOl0 think you are
dTsand. Clean your- :ki sot &and
smooth with Nixed rm=, t nr st im-
tile Aiercanem development.
Nilxedermni si as eatlcledi 4l f-
*at from any ointment you have ever
seen or felt. It I* not greaay bUt feel j4e
almost like a powder when you a 5
it. Ir rapidly oes into the or
skin Cn4 fihta the cause o kin e biS 3 E
isbe as germsar. parasitsl nd sk o wr' i t
fungus. Nixoderm contafliq % e* blas- whowr tvs
tion of Ingredlents which faBU .N Iltch --t b r*
troubles in these three ways: 1. It or -eyef As
fights the microbes or paLraite of" h O
responsible for skin disordes. S. It It ion" I e
quickly tops itching, burning' Mi ort application. I
smarting and cools and soothes the oir i'upOltthaouc
skin. S. It helps nature heal the skin ard S d=dagip Mr
clear, soft and velvety smoot. -4 amsted by the 10improve
Weeks t perano".
Because Nixoderm Is sclentificaly Got Nlxdemrm frtiI yr A
compounded to fight skin troubles, It day. Look in the mirr" Int
works fast. It stos the Itching. burning and a the big mprefete
and smartie, then arts to work In- keep on uin NixlnedM.
mediately, clear and hebd ing your then see how soft, cleat.
skin, makinK it softer, whiter and vel- .0netIcally attrnt (e
vety smooth. In just a few days your become-4th kind ofskint
mirror will tell you that here Is theyou ad mired wh'e4ere yo
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Shee is fourteen years old and BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE Maleniho tshe wes
her parents have decreed that oa with wok, .
jm .. not date until she is alxtee Le effect. ofbIdif.
MOSt of the girls she knows can mneresten the efect of sugar on dienee. itsr i
have dates for parties. TWice her the chemistry of appetite. So he pends on wha we ,
parents have discovered that she finds his mother's refusal of be-i accurate to ',us le
has secretly disobeyed them and tween-meals candy unreasonable. children that 0obei
let a boy drive her home from a One afternoon while she's upstaris quals virtue.
party. He let her out of the car hanging curtals, he decides to
a block cr two from her ose ignore her unreasonableness. He They have to obey us
so that her parents would think halis a chair up to th kitchen It is protecve their
habe rede a bus. self where she keeps his bottle c Lence and undeve d
after-supper lollipops. Climbing up do so. 4 to Larry we ag,
The mother wants to know on it, he reaches for the bottle, got hurt because you tr ed 4
whether they should, discipline her overbalances himself, falls and what aren't old enough to
for deceiying them or relax their cuts his forehead. When ycu are older, you eana.
rules. As millions cf us do, his moth- candy between meals nd
BLU 0 0b eoektal saume, .made I the United Setal, hI er promptly exploits this injury to up to high shelves. Now yes
The flat rule hasn't worked demonstrate the evil ct disobe. to wait.
..- ... 18 ( U e Proof is that the girl has demon- dience. Applying a bandage to his Obedience to us Is aas
stated she Would rather deceivecut, she says. "If you'd obeyed to children. By it, they .n t
her parents than submit to a rulelike a good boy, you wouldn't temporary use of our moe eps
eshe feels is too strict. have hurt yourself. After this ien ced judgment until they as
Snow land Brands D ag s By wteh ng* her every move SHE is, cf course not accure exrienced enough to themetlv
the parents might be able to en.t Disobedience has not inflicted in: judge what is. good and bad I
force their "no dating" rule for jury on Larry. Whats hurt him obey.
Sa atep ap s etwo more years. vis his inexperience in reaching of
'Knonwlan.. ..d m. shnsisjud ment of his four-year- old
M iss o n A s Fail ure But that wouldn't do anything cameiti es fre
to build up a feeling of mutual vchen he grows up, o bedleene LISTEN d SEE
o trust and respect between daugh-; to some human authority may be!,T.-
CHICAGO, Jan. 18 (UP)-Sen. the terms of Communist China ter and parents, lfar more hurtful to Larry than dis-
William F. Knowland (R-Calif.) "for the easing of tensions" are And the lack of that is the thi obedience.So to children, weThe fiesta
said today the mission of Unit- already known. the parents should be worrying must tak disobedien how we condemnvil.
ed Nations secretary-General He said they are: "The admia- about. It is far more important For example, obedience recent HI FIDELITY
Dag Hammarskjold to Peiping sion of Communist China into than whether or not the daughter! treat e oun hs n
was a "failure" and warned that the U. N., the reopening of trade dates at fourteen or sixteen, ikow wthreaned loss of self.respect. HeI
Congress will scrutinize careful- including -that of strategic rna So it seems to me that the par- was ordered f ffion a long busi- at he
ly any attempt to appease Red trials with Communist China, ents should talk things ever with ness trip by a boss who ne w
ChiKnowland said ammarsk- the reversal of American policy their daughter and be as willing that his not-too-strong wife was ex- CURUNDU FAIR
Knowland aid oHammarsk-jwhich holds itis not in our nad to listen to her Ideas as to ex- peelingg her first baby. Without. a
jold's visit t otry to win freedom tional interest or that of the free press their own. ny hesitation, my friend refused
for American fliers imprisoned world to have the Island of For- Then they should be able to this man obedience. He resigned
by the Chinese Communists "was mosa pass into Communist hands, reach a compromise, letting the 1his job-and with gocd judgment WEBCOR
not a success in my judgment." the reversal of our determina- girl date under certain circum- of his own capacities, walked out
"In my judgment, no service tion and of the free world to stances. and got himself a better cne.
is done theAmerican people or draw a line in the Pacific so When teen-agers deceive their If Jesus had been obedient to
those of the free world by pre- that additional nations and their parents i order to do as they His human authorities, we'd nev-
tending that it was," he said. peoples will not pass behind the please it is usually because theyier have heard of Him. If the A- 45th St. No. 3, Bella Visa
"His mission was a failure by Communist Iron Curtain." feel they can't talk things over- merican colonists had obeyed this,
any fair standard or yardstick He said "Hammarskjiold knows or that they really don't have this United States would be part Tel?. 3-1 285
that American can use." as well as any other observer of their parents' trust. oft he British Empire. If the Rus-
Knowland, outspoken critic of the world scene that in Commu-I sian people would disobey Mr.
administration policy in the Far nist eyes there will be no lessen- sy Dr. Clifford R. Adams of Penn-uts i
East who has advocated a block- Ing of tensions until the Com- sylvania State University puts it
ade of Red China, spoke to the munists are appeased in that this way: "Ift ou encourage Your
Executive s Aspn p e manner.son. or daughter to explain their' C d o f Than
convention of the Newspaper manner a opinions yours will tarry more i Card of Thanks
Advertising Executives Assn. The senator said this nation weight.hey are likely to respect
Knowland said any appease- has never found it necessary to decisions they've helped make. We wish most sincerely to thank our friends and'
ment of Red China over the pris- sacrifice its national honor when Seek compromise rather than sub- acquaintances for their condolences and many
oner issue "will be subjected to a vital principle was at stake, mission. You cannot eliminate the
not only the most, searching scru- and It should not "permit any hazards of the teens, but by frank tokens of sympathy received on our recent bereave-
tiny by the Anetican Congress international organization to so discussion you can help your chil- ment due to the demise of our beloped husband,
but by a far more potent and dilute or undermine our spirits dren protect themselves."
solemn referendum of the Amer- to the extent that Culliver be- father and father-in-law
ican people in 1956." comes chained by the Liliputi-
He said Hammarskjold return- ans and we are unable even to Amer ican n. M 0 S E S S 0 KAL.
ed from, Peiping without either protect Our own.'
the release of the prisoners "or
any prospective date in the fu- Mrs. Paula Soka Mrs. Charlotte FlelschedKr,
ture when they will be freed." HERBA N' CHEESE TEARFFS Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto Kohn.
He said the U. N. official did not ARE A DEI.CIOUS NOVITY
get to see "our men or the con- b GANYOR MADDOX
editions under which they were By
imPrisoned" NEA Food and Markets gEditor A
N. headquarters in New York "a Ri oatmeal bt CANALZONE CREPIT UNo
ed with cheese and, herbs are
massive propaganda buildup is wonderful things to eat. Mrs. W.
tktngopiace to silencethose who G. Copeltnd, Springfield, Illinois,
tldanalyze s the facts" of ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE
a I0d's visit. famj ,her ardewith dleed In "asecordance with Artilse V, Seettun It Othw
Us.saaboay, sini, o ras and o tw Amnnl--U ng of meubim will be heM .atth
Sand she uses te hrs of n Cubhouss oill eee: 3 l
ed I s. and his govOrnent "Wit rich vegetable soup, my FRIDAY, JNUARY 1, 1955 AT S7e P.1.
Swee has recognized' t ih at herb and cheese tear-offs make a The purposes of the meeting are as freews:
remain" delightful quickly prepared snack a rval of the minute th ,
Knowland, senate majority lunch when unexpected guests 1. Reading and approval of the m ut f
leader n the last Congress, said drop n. I spread these herb bis- Annual Meet
cuts with very sharp cheese and 2. Reports of Directors, Supervisory Committee, Credit
sprinkle lightly with garlic salt," Committee, and the Treasurer.
she aid. S. Unfinished business and new business.
Just Unpacked 4. Action upon proposed dividend to be declared as
SHerb 'n' Cheese Tear-Offs recommended by the Board of Directors.
another new assortment of (Makes 4 serybgs) 5. Election of Officers.
Two cups.sifted enriched floor, JEROME E. STEINER ROBERT VAN WAGNER
RADIOS and PICK UPS 5 teaspoons baking powder, 1 tea-_
spoon salt, %'teaspoon ground Secretary President
Hi hi-thyme, teaspoon dill seed, 13
cup shortening, % cup rolled oats -
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FOR SALE:-Two bamboo arm-
chairs, bamboo hassock. 718-C
Prodo. Balboa. Phone 2-1473 oil
day Sunday, 4-6 p.m. week days.
FOR SALE:-1 pair single ma-
hogany bed frames, 1 maple stu-
dio couch, I pair mahogany end
tables, 1 m nhogany coffee table.
No. 1 1 52nd Street & Ricardo
Arias, Campo Alegre. Phone 3-

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FOR SALE:- Triumph 500 c.c.
Tger B.S.A. 125, $150 & $100
or make offer. Phone 2-1451,
5066-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: Motor 'scooter in
excellent condition $85. Call Al-
brook 86-2135. Qtrs. 47-A.

Geographic Briefs

WASHINGTON C a n a d a's
herds of caribou (native North
:American reindeer) are being cut
down by wolves, hunters, disease
and scarcity of forage faster
than nature can replace the loss-
es, says the National Geographic
Soslety. To increase the stock,
the Canadian government h as
imported reindeer from Siberia
by way of Alaska and brought
herdsmen fromLapland to teach
nomadic Eskimos the art of the
deers' domestic care.

e only white pelican nesting
colony on the Gulf Coast of the
United States. It is a sanctuary
of the National Audubon Socie-
"Old Ironsides," the famed-nd
still preserved U.S.S. Constitu-
tion, had a sister ship that was
launched in 1797 and was christ-
ened the U.S.S. United States.
Notoriously slow and heavy, she
was nicknamed "Old Wagon"
and after 'many rebuilding was
finally scrapped in 1866.

If all the natural ice on Earth
were to melt, it would release e-
nough water to raise sea level
perhaps 100 feet.
At El Dorado, on Beaverlodge
Lake In northern Saskatchewan,
a main shaft descends 1,300 feet
nto one of Canada's largest ura-
nium deposits.

A sign in the Everglades Na-
tional Park in Florida warns
would-be anglers that "fishing
within one mile of Royal Palm
IRanger Station is reserved for
the birds." The sign illustrates
the point by a picture of a bird
holding a fish In its mouth.
In m189 twn Amerlcan _

Gejrge Harbo and Frank S-
Wi c imuelson-rowed across the At-
aed from Page 2) lantic Ocean In an 18-foot open
left to boat. They used only oars-no
W[ left to say." sails, no motor. Their 3,200-mile
w above. row took them 42 days.
(Steak Pit) Allen reports
Newsman explain the Pronghorns the only antelope
b tween newaper '- native to North America and a-
tpaper) ad on tee. nong the swiftest of four-legged
per youths can eg raise animals, have declined in the
* youCan eraseit. United States until today their
numbers are reckoned only in
BDay knows a gal who the thousands.
ol a 14-day diet and the ---
g she lost was 2 weeks. Only a decade hence, in 1965,
S-* St. Augustine, Florida, will cele-
Folelscn (Greer Garson's te Its 400th birthday.
boutCyd Charisse: "She The richest ofath world'
plevery, day t be udy,known it, and
,, rno menec s -d-- -Sh neuranium depositsn- a n d
.-autiu." perhaps the most closely guard
t a til. ed Is the s iSkolobwe nune in
bitaya want her to become, the southern Belguan Cgo.
"ogelson? I
-o All the care and trucks port-
Lan ad: "You'lU find edfrom New;ork.harbor each
ti 8 percent of all Mod- year, placed od toeMl, would
anees homes." stretch from Manhattan -to In-
ABmodern romances! dianapolls, Indians.a
Is 1te em: "Psychologist
li11be Is BO reason for ar.
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FOR SALE:-1952 Ford Coun-
try Sedan (Station Wagon) with
radio, in good condition. House
718-C Prado, Balboa. Phone 2-
1473 oil day Sunday, 4-6 p.m.
week days.
FOR SALE:-1949 Olds-88, 53,-
000 miles, all the extras. $600
cash. Phone Rodman 3544.

FOR SALE:--1946 Ford Coupe
'$215; Westinghouse dryer, 25-
cycle; Hoover sweeper, universal.
House 117-B Gatun.
FOR SALE:-1951 De Soto Cus-
tom Club Coupe. Radio, heater,
automatic transmission, turn sig-
nals, seat covers, excellent con-
dition, $1200. Albrook 4185.
FOR SALE:-1954 Mercury Se-
dan. Radio, leather upholstery,
6000 miles. Phone 3273 Rod-
man, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Ford 4-door
V8. All extras plus white side-
walls and overdrive, $450. 82-
3114 days, 2-4425 evenings.
FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth 2-
door Sedan. Excellent throughout.
Let your mechanic check it first!
$750. Phone Gatun 5-579.
FOR SALE:-1949 Ford V-8 se-
dan $350; 1949 Ford, 6-cylinder
Tudor $350. Phone Balboa 2-
FOR SALE:-1952 Hillmon se-
don, purchased Jan. '53. Duty
paid, excellent condition, only
13,000 mites, new battery $575.
Call Quarry Heights 2278.
FOR SALE:-'51 Carniva4 Olds-
mobile Coupe, radio, good condi-
tion, $1000. Phone 6-241.

West All-Stars

Whip East 26-19

In Pro Bowl 6ame
- A fourth period rally powered
the West All-Stars to a 26-19
win over the East Sunday In the
annual pro football bowl game
at Los Angeles.
A 30-yard field goal by De-
troit's Doak Walker and a touch.
down by Joe Perry of San Fran-
cisco put the West on top after
the East led for three periods.
End Billy Wilson highlighted the
West attack by catching 11 pas-
ses and scoring one touchdown.
First period scores by Ollie
Matson of the Chicago Cardi-
nals and Norman Willey of Phil.
adelphia got the East off to a
fast start. Walker kicked a 35-1
I vra- flof anal fnr ti%& wT .1

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45 Carnal Avga
Parque Lefetv 7 Street
160 Central Ave.

143 Central Ave.

J. Fco. de la Omes Ave. No. 41

Via Ispaft No. 3

FOR SALE:-Lim ted quantity 9
cubic ft. Firestoni, slightly used
refrigerators. For quick sale. Bar-
gain price On display at FIRE-
STONE, Automobile Row..
FOR SALE:--Doberrmn Pinscher,
extremely intelligent. Leaving for
States. Navy 2238. Call after
4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-Like new, used on-
ly few months, Ascot instantane-
ous water heater. Quarry Heights

Wanted to Buy
tires, suitable for reconstruction.
NAL, S.A., No. 47 Peru Avenue.
Phone 2-0406.

Help Wanted
WANTED: Cook ond general
housemaid. Apply Arboix Bldg.,
Apt. 6, Front & 5th Sts., Colon.

CLASSES on Pottery on Sundays.
Profesor Chiori. Hospital Road,
Chorrera. Phone Panama 3-5086.'

Godfrey Denies

Playing Cupid

But Gels Results
NEW YORK, Jan. 18 (UP) -
Television star Arthur Godfrey
denied today he had tried to play
Dan Cupid, but the fact remain-
ed he had brought singer Dorothy
McGuire and her estranged Army-
sergeant husband together for a;
long weekend.
Godfrey flew the couple in his
private plane to Florida I ast
Thursday, along with other mem-
ber of his radio and television
cast. They returned Sunday night
The pretty singer's husband,
Sgt. John H. Brown, d is fur.
lough. He was oxe dutty In' Korea
in October 1953, when Godrey fir-
ed singer Julius LaRosa from his
cast. LaRosa announced then he
planned to marry Miss McGuire
as soon as she divorced Brown.
LaRosa who is now in Chicago
singing on a theater engagement
had no comment on reports a re-
conciliation was in prospect be-
tween Miss McGuire and her hus-
Neither would be comment on
reports he had attempted to reach
her during the weekend by tele-

yara neid goai ror the westa
first score Last Thursday, LaRosa told a
United Press reporter he consid-
The teams matched touch- ered his romance with Miss Mc-
downs in the second quarter Guire "still very much on" and
Adrian Burk of Philadelphi. that he planned to see her when
passed to Bones Taylor of Wash- hewent to ew York after the
Ington for the East and Y. A. Chicago theater engagement.
Title assed to Wat on for th~ Godfrey said he had no inten-
We passed to Wilson for t tion of playing cupid but added
The WEst closed the gap in the that the Browns "seemed very
third e criod when Ti .pased Ihappy together" during the week-
to Haran Hill who ran 15 yards end of fish and water skiing.
to score. i Queried whether there had been
Walker's field goal tied the' a reconciliation, the. Columbia
s.^ce at191 in the fnal piod.^ Broadcasting System, which car-
Thore atpa-inthernceptiondby ries the Godfrey programs, said
The apass in te rceptinbyLa only: "This is a matter for you to
verne Toeson gave the west .. discuss with Mr. and Mrs. John
the ball on the east four yard!Bwn
line. Perry cracked over on ther"
second try to wrap It up., .,. ,. -, ,

New Books

A handbook explaining how to
become an auto camper at little
expense and no hardship and
describing the various kinds of
parks and forest, reservations to
be found In the United States, is the books placed In circu-
lation during the week by the

Miss McGuire's midtown apart-
ment, and knocks on the door
brought no response. A source
close to the Godfrey organization
said there was no way of telling
whether it was a reconciliation but
that "it looks that way."
Others in the party incl u d e d
Godfrey's wife, his daughter Pa-
tricia, and his secretary. Sources
here said they all stayed at the
Kenilworth Hotel in Miami Beach,

Canal Zone Lbrary. JIUIUr WUII
Written by George and Iris UWi Appel'
Wells, "The Handbook of Auto
&Camping and Motorists' Guide
to Public Campgrounds" also evB
contains the only complete state- tlpe For Ba tll
by-tate guide to nearly 4000
public campgrounds In the Unit- DAVENPORT. Is. (UP) -
ed States and lists hotels, lodges Wibur Eppard, the Luther Bur-
and housekeeping cabins located bank of the worm world, has come
on public propeaY. up with an lowaCabfornia hy.
SThe complete list of new books brid that resists eold but still has.
nd their authors announced by that "taste appeal" so attractive
J library this week follows: I to fish.
N6h-fiction-Life Histories of Eppard got into this strange
central American Birds, Skutch; worm breeding occupation last
rIcples of Human Relations, year after doctors told him he'd
later; The sculpture of Jacques have to give up carpentry for less
Upchltz, Hope; The Handbook of strenuous work
Auto Camping and Motorist's He bought 15,000 California red
,utde to Public Campgrounds, worms and set up his business.
sk"Whley; Doctor to the Islands. killed many of his wrigglers. So
R The Invisible Writing, he dumped some local brown-nose
k er; and Lost Splendor leaf worms in with the remainder.
pitP ofrt. de. f.Now he has about 250.000 worms
t -The Feast of July,Is in sbackyrd bed and 72 trays
.Pcl eFati in his basement. As the worms
; gWater, issell;I g-row to four inches long, Eppard
to M der, .Brown; hand picks bunches of 40 of them,
SLilies, 1 1ugpa a n d grabs a handful of 'special for.
th Walks the WOOds, Hare. mula" and dumps the mixture in-
lduB's book-Lttie island to a plastic baS. He says the
Mu ;M, ;Nai;l/. ; 1 worms will stay fresh and slive
pi ., H ~IU~ ~U for about two months
,M eaip r David# Mrs. Eppart didn't go for the
Bb1_ 1k Kim:worm-growing at first But now
11 ..005 .. JNi f;te.. Osw says that "spaghet.

SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses..
on beach at Snto Clara. Tele-
phone THOMPSON. Balboa 1772.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach, -refrigerotion.
2-bedarom. Phone Blboao 3050:
Phillips. Oceanside cottage s,..
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3.1877, Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
Gromlich's Santa Coara Beaoch
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gomboo
past Santo Clara. Low rates.--
Phone Balboa 2-lI&66.


FOR RENT:-Small chalet: living
zoom, dining room. kitchen, bed-
room. Suitable for one or two
persons. Inquire 50th.Street No.
6, downstairs.
FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished 3-bedroom house, swim-
ming pool. Golf Heights. Avail-
able for 3 months, Phone .3-
FOR RENT:--Furnished house, 3
bedrooms, for 3 months, begin-
ning February. '48th Street No.
15. Phone 3-3443.
FOR RENT:-House, three bed-
rooms, at-Miraflores 188, $85.
Phone Panama 3-5086.
FOR RENT:-Cholet three small
bedrooms, living & dining room,
kitchen, garage, terrace and big
back yard. Corrasquilla 643, near
Puerto Rico School. Price: $65.
For more information call 3-2808
from noon to 2:30 or 5:30 to
FOR RENT:-Chalet, three bed--
rooms, dining living, kitchen,
both, terrace, garage, mold's room
and bath. Phone 3-1160. Ave.
Fabrego 22, Pasadena, close to
University of Panama.

FOR RENT.-Nlce one-bteroonm
apartments on Mexico and Ecua-
dor Avenues. Price $55. Champ-
sour, 6th Street No. 10. Phone

ATTENTION .1.1. Just built I t
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Fumlshed and un-
furnished 2 & 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
ments, 10th Street. Phone 1386,
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, hot water, Tivoli Avenue.
2-0170. Ask for Pearley.

FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment, moderate rent, North A-
merican neighbors, regular tans-.
portotion. Comfortable for two
small families. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT--1 -bedroom roprt-
ment, living-dining room, large
kitchen, porch, hot water service,
$65. No. 1 Gerardo Ortega St.
Phone Panama 3-0422.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-.
meat, refrigerator, G.I. inspect-
ed. Via Porras No. 99, Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment suitable for two couples:
Tiled floors, outside balcony, aoil
screened, $80. No. 63 4th July
Ave. See janitor or phone Balboa
2966, Hopkins.
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern 1
furnished two-bedroom aport-
ment. 58 Ave. Peru.

FOR RENT:-2,000 sq. mts. lot
with various sheds, on Calle Mar-
tin Sosa. Phone 2-0610.
FLOOR for offices or other busi-
nesses. I Juste Arosemeno Ave-
nue. F. Icaza Co.

FOR RENT: Beaut.fully fur-
nished room. double couch, re-
figerator, kitchen cabinet, tove.
bath and Private entrance. 52nd
Street No. 3 Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT'-Rooms wth private
bath, hot waler, opposite Inter-
notonal Hotel, Excelsior Build-
ing. $30 Ave. "A" 16.

EXECUTIVES of Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) and EFso Standard Oil, SA. arrived at
Tocumen Airport yesterday at 5 p.m. The gro up will stay until Wednesday in Panama. Dur-
ing their stay here they plan to visit high officials of the Panama Government and the Canal
Zone and the U.S. Ambassador, Shown above are, (left to right) Mr. P. T. Lamont, director of
Standard Oil, S. S. Moore, vice-president and regional manager who met the visitors at air-
port to greet the visitors and L. J. Brewer, recently appointed Esso president. In the left back*
ground, Octavio Dia a cg manager of EAso Panama division ,greets Don B. Thurman, asshit-
ant to the general sales manager.

Radio Programs

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(Telephone: 2-306I)
Where 100,000 People Meet

Today, Tuesday, Jan. 11

3:15-Freddy Martin Show
3:30-Musci For Tuesday
4:00-Feature Review: Music
By Roth
4:30-What's Your Favorite (re-
quests-please phone be-
fore 4:00)
6:00-U.S. Army Band (USA)
6:30-Norman Cloutler And His
Memorable Melodies
7:30 Report From The USA
HOUSE (Seagrams V.O.)
8:30--Tbshy Foight Alone (VOA)
9:00-.Ybu Asked For It, (re-
S xorel8:80) .
10:0-MUilec From Hotel I Pan-
ama -
10:45-Time-For Verse
11:00-7Symphony Hall
12:00-Slgn Off

Tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. It

6:00-.Sign On The Alarm
Clock Club
7:30-Morning Salon Concert
8:15-Church In The 'Wildwood
8:30-Musical Reveille
9:15--Sacred Heart
9:30--As I See It
10:05-Off The Record (requests
please phoke before
9:30) -
11:05-Off The Record (cont'd)
11:30-Meet The Entertainers
12:05-Lunchtime Melodies
12:30--Sweet And Hot
1:15-Music Of Manhattan
1:30-Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45-The First Men In The
Moon (BBC)
2:00-Date In Hollywood
2:15--Singing Americans
2:30-Tex Beneke Show
2:45-Hank Snow And His Rain-
bow Ranch Boys
3: 00-Fetial QI Waltzes
3:15-Sammy K]Te' Show
3:30-Music For Wednesday
4:00-Featre Reiew: They
Fought Alone (VOA)
4:30-What's Your Favorite (re-
ents;loas phone be-
5:35-What' Y o u r Favorite
6:00-Ser'end in Blue (USF)
6:4S-Fa WajTren sings
7:15-T.our Dancing Pa.rty
7:39-B rt frm -The USA
8:o zDDrs PENT-
8:30-O Party (38C)
phene be-
10: -
lo:i -24 I

'ef lyabe

Philip Dade Will

Talk On Excavations

In Veraguas

Government chargess

Against l Lalmore

Tossed Out Again

The Panama Society for the WASHINGTON, Jan. 1 (UP)
Advancement of Archeology and Federal Judge Luther W.
Natural Science will hold its reg- Youngdahl today, for the second
ular monthly meeting on Thurs- time,, tossed out the govern-
day, January 20, in Room 204, meat's main perjury charges a-
Junior College Building, starting galust Owen Latthnore.
at 7:30 p.m. ..Youngdahl labeled two main
Charges against the Far Eastern
At this meeting, a revision of expert as "formless and obscure."
the Constitution and By laws He said that for Lattimore to go
will be discussed as well as oth- to trial on such counts "dwoo
er matters of Importance to th e unprecedented and would
members. Following this special make a sham of the Six Amend-
session, a talk on excavations in ment and the Federal rule re-
Veraguas Province, Illustrated by quiring specificity of charges."
colored slides, will be given by The two key counts In the &r*I
Philip L. Dade, Capt. R.'. Ren- ernment's seven-count perjury
ni e and John W. Acker. tigators in 1952 that he was net
lied when be told Senate inves-
At the December meeting, the tigators in 1952 that he was not
following officers were elected a follower of the Communist line
for the 1955 year: or a promoter of Communist In-
President, Philip L, Dade; Vice- Th waste
President, John W. Acker; Sec- enThi wa the second Indct-
retary-Treasurer, Mrs. Neville ent r-lodged against Lattmy professor,
Bart; Board of Directors: Ken- X4"year-old university professor.
heth W. Vinton: Gerald A. Doyle, oungdahI dismissed the "ke"
and Neville Hart, count of the first indiltment Ir
May, 1983. It was similar to the
All members are urgd to at- key counts dismissed today.
tend this meeting. An invitatiofn
Is extended to prospective ier- BU|- Crobu "y'

Impeached wjLi i. Sgu_,
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when 'the hearings to be con-
ducted by the commission ap-
pointed by the National As-
sembly gets underway, prob-
ably today.
The commission Is comprised
of Diogenes Pino, chairman, He-
racllo Barleta and Ralmundo Or-
tega Vieto. Eligio Crespo is the
prosecutor with Demetrio Mar-
Unez as his assistant .
detailss of the slain President's
will, opened in the Third Circuit
Court yesterday, indicates- that
he willed-his home of.s5ad 8trbet;
Bella Viita, and half of his estate
to his widown, Do6a Ceclia Pi-
nel de Remon, and the other.
half to his sister, Maria Luisa,
Carmen Hortensia, Catalina and
Graciela Julleta, and his brother,
An inventory is being made of
the amount of the estate.
Word reaching here fr oamn
Evansville, Ind., revealed today
that one of the last personal
letters written by Premldent Re-
mon was received by Mr. and
Mrs. John J., Kennedy, r w h o
spent some 17 years on the
According to the Evansville
Press, the Tetter, probably Pres-
ident Remon's last to friends In
the US. was received by the
Kennedys, postmarked Dec. 30,
acknowl edgin g receipt ofa
Christmas card sent by the Ken-
nedys, who were good friends of
the late President.
Kennedy Is the composer of
the "Third of November Over-
ture" written for Panama's In-
dependence Day observance In

A United Press report from
Washingtop today quotes the
Evening Star as saying the situa-
tin here "has taken a turn that
reems almost too lurid to be oe-

An editorial In the indepen-
dent Washington widely circulat-
ed nwp per said:
"Couped wth e strife be-
tween Nicaragua and Costa Rica,
this swift and bleak sensation-
al course of eMWte obvlouly
plays Into the hands of commun-
ist trouble-akers. Certainly, al-
hope that norm re-
stoed under President as he
MtulObm In Panama,. .o.
nues IffyY' enough to warra

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SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan.
18 (UP) Crooner Bing Crosby
was reported In "good condition"
today at St. John's hospital
where he is under treatment for
a recuWing kidney ailment. -.&
SThe longer was admitted to the
hospital yesterday and was un-
der the of Dr.,Frederick O.
Schlumberger. I
Friends who were with Crdaby
at the Pebble Beach, Calif., golf
tournament last weekend said
the aging crooner "could hard-
ly walk around th" course."
For several rears doctors have
been trying to dissolve a kidney
stone for Crosby to prevent an
operation. It was not known im-
mediately ift an operation would
be performed upon the crooner.

East Gennan Yfuths

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BERLIN, Jan. 18 (UP) --
viet Zone youth promised today
to exchange 'tractors for thanks'
and "plows for cannon" If Wet
Germany Is rearmed.
A CommunWst youth agrcul-
tural congress in Schwerin- in
formal resolution said "If the
West German Bundestag against
the will of the majority of the

man Democratic Republic will
make all efforts to lea neces-
sary military knowledge."
The East German preo said
speakers told the congress 'If the
treaties are ratified we tractoa
drivers are In a position not M-
ly to drive our tractors properly
but also to qualify In weapon
techniques to defend our home-
land with weapons in the hand."

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HOLLYWOOD -(NA)-. Holly- One are having hush-hush huddles -- --w---e a
wood i TV: Romane finally about a starring role for him.
wood on TV: Roc fi abo1 to aWsea rg leors, hm. NOiRTH i. It isn't often when you can see a
medi. now Its in Richard Boone's Ruth Rtoman after her first live 6 A debut that rates a word like "tri-
uture on "Medic. dramatic scw. AX K umphant." But that's the only word
future on"Mi.r Marguerite Piazza's first New
Not a girl friend, though. A Mrs. ..AKQ73
Medi p"The pace is frantic an yu A 10 York cafe appearance. She had
The Feb. 14 show-an eye-brow- don't get any sleep for a week. WEST EAST (D). the first-nighteri at the Pierre's
..Cotiiiion room cheering for more,'
firft about enemy H-bomb faing O.t I'm suc a crazy me up 452 6K 10973 after a fabulous act. During
on-0T U.s willestablish the facta id I loved it."m, Q43 bJd sams e. u M
that TVs Medic is married. Mrs. 10 9 8 sameshe:
d n' cat Ba P4rk Tdr a fe od r r Wo a Peasant costume a nd.
Medic isn't shown in the film and If old movies on TV don't hI J74 2 n to;"Wore a peaming rown and

h an ee neve had ta noral das a woreekly series. No outh vul rth ae aasang Italian o arsongs like "sorren- k
appear from time to time nfd the television plans of the Duncan to;" wore at naming red gown and

to mee the n in movi es fourbring the reo us m the musical hit, T s bd Ke a sa st p..e the aod shtBue"r ca n ped t v a an oao ate i ar a a. M

ea an thi at he at. The Cameraan Lloyd Ahern was if you think that East didn't have i on n the Saints Go in or B darr .Bls;" changed si t
scrtsho ared o negbod tey mase ligti a wee"Public Defender" court- h of an opening bid yfrom one gown to the other ig to keep tin fro br i
honest man of yo." room scene which Virginia quite right East thought that on the floor behind a four-sded,wo-yeariantol

SUGGESTED TITLE for abevlla, T wo mopetwillV Ahern: bid into he work, and he was My baby is very ausy, crying. It's
Boone menaced the doll. LatelyPlay the roe s the aiterso a.. played the kazosyhi strutted aroundpiayeery te oinat e h ingse. so rep
show poofin "Person to Person" "With you move just a little rgh, since his opponents had a STEVE ALLEN ("Tonda ight," alv pretty exhauai."

stars: "Parson to PaPsont"l ; The psychic bid didn't stop the sent to our unarmed civilians l things thi sway. The three shows Stevens and Hilde Guede he JUST T
e's been cutting er up. WJIMMY STEWART'S big TV de- North-outh pair. Sidey Aaro over the country were alt formerying telecast df b en he titl e n orth t
Zsa ea Gabor's u rcm dt ors a p- strong s set for March-a live, fur tll son and Larry Weiss, both of o Roni Marie, the 17month-old baby girl he adopted in Greece, i

Jm sres titled "Just Plain hour western drama. b.Elsa Lan- ton, bounced into a slam at no- Trium hant is the word. Unless T e of months ed on to New York where hiss wife, Mrs. Helen MannO Donahoe, ii
Folks." Just plain dimersnd setg a stplideg a mse n nts trump jut as thoh East had you preve rything from "n Bel "Sunday in our hotrs is a day dul performance Wrien for erv

tr fn"M e BAD anSt boarding house for young actresses t tee uTninoe er Br i bof rersrm e b di 24, with Pierre Monteux coa ha srao
bottte ae"When the Saints Ge u ng o ha sp he rle osno reoke y fT

Red S elton, the I don't care es. She could give 'em some great Aaro n's first step was to bid and e Garroway ("Today") tel. and a producer. As part of the
kid of TV last season, now ca. advice, too. two spades with the North hand. ecas fer a week from Florida. packaging firm of Barry, Enright The venerable Monteux was .e. "How do you prove aj revoke' and
His brihter s s ae the r" This showd a very big ha, sine Ad bth m e s e c s abo ad F he p ces l three spnsibe for at s s br wt is te

Liberace's idea of ta root F sench premiere M d esFrance North could. merey double with the weather-t wasn't too arm ows he stars inely. MyIt's a nice set liant revival of Debussy's "el- t's hard to prove a ke
easi and will nara t enard Girard's a hand of ode time to thr Wiss most the tOPPES son is very lses hs w j, it leas nd Melis e a "r. alo ne o e

sh d e rs ot n"Climax" version of his true ad- responded with two no-trump in- swim truEks, said, "Low dn you be because he fires himself. That's heo and ridice" i expected o er equipment. The cards in yr
toUollTwoD mustTL or ead us fAtued iMy baby is naynatio alnag.g es
t. d "i urotyrzerepertoiretisssmNeC-y): Thiots program is being oc poldrony in la n E toRKU Rids o
by length feature w ing oft-h a Hed movie your left, your honor. and about eight or points, for at- getting the same color- Two o his three shows revolve ha se ne a a a rk f o

o The psychic bid didn'tslight show o tre thwas ivof these ing ays, Ill try re show with ontrated her right told the roGueden have of
i die a JIMMY STEWART'S big TV de- North- outh pair. Sidney Aaron- over the country, were at l formerly tele pt d" hbeeniven thtitle roles for the n o to a
Zsa Zia Gabor's up fnr a tele but is set for March-a liver full son and Larry Weiss' enbgthparBasg lrenzydanys,candvjustn- happened to Metropolitan Opera's revival of BY OSWALD JACOGY and p
film r ies titled "Just PlainI hour western drama .... Elsa Lan- ton, bounced into aSlam at no-, Triumphant is the word. Unless be switched to Sunday, aday Gluck's "Orfeo and Euridice," ALFRED SHEINWOLD"-

Folks." Just Plain diamond set chest ogner'." Westcing deMid trp jst as though Eas known in a rlepreers as eSunday Te Mo Carter Theater in Prin scea first performance of her e ittent for NA Service a

geworst h yB, ao f Tihs a bost or ro wint h p ass e d on h at F e b w O rr e nt er eot-
he boarding house for young act nress be opoth teonents about e atIn other ton is proving that ers o rmedn." S layd it wth no r s t ule on reokes
back ad two heart attacks. TV is raiding film designertwo spade strength, so the ended the circles s known as Kee it s from Flor ide a. packaging firm of Barry, En do wght The venerable Monteu r havg played it ay canno ow suit o n

Jimmy Durante's boarded the TV ranks, to. Marw eAn Neber k oTdiamonds. spe open ing qiet up thmaere." Still other c rces ae bed end, bookg some pre spo much -Miss Stevens Carmen a thse pi onal to tun u"

film b andwagon. who cos er esr ead woulrth d could have set the con- never even heard of it. For the Broadwayr shows he stars in. It's aome tourg is nfo revivttable ofDebussy Pe hard prove a revke in
a haLdan B ANT a nd u w ina terio n dc is t r b S e. o tathnu t the diamond leasg d thred i efit e time. Alen, ear ing up; if he ever loses his job, it'll leas and Melisande" and "Or- co turnl y te ear tr

hRN R Oand Stlud Ciof ax"vrs" on spetcu isfr n er.e then-what ForexalesYoumighthepr
Responded with two notrum swim tr s, said, ow do you be because he fires himself That's heo ad expected tuient. The cards your
S ad De are giving their triventure story, "Escape," recently stead of bidding my color It's a nice shade of theobsecurity in a larg econ e his major contri on ee
to HouTywood muat be leadag ua-feastured inuiatnationalomar e sur teaontoughe trick o heartss" pyedtou ter

et wi th a oywoo Pa e nne ll (Mrs Aldo R showed a spde stopper Te Florida Ch am atern wld Trap" rit atr t as areay co ced ea ean earlyed tick are faced u o

i a ummsy been Shep lays sice G A Ih a otf des wuc anterelsre gt e s on a ese, Ja Peerce, and George Lgn- the spade player, you would have
ngl te h g Stlandh pabou T tht t o niner fe ieg t sft Bes t n has g there ae shows du- Two of his three hi don ha he prrevvepal pas inin one sch cad for each of th oe fou

d TViewers rush up and gush: He net ashed thec of r the week. One is CBS-TV's "Wn- Gtriding si oh t n the firs. performance Christmas
lckround to released by d how I your husband, Mrs. and le alow spade oi s sandout- is Another it oundchildre a d the night. E other a at the table
ToM e Gole'p'tr hnd. toWardsehNbC Jn jury.;OWeahr ....." .T he.. tB nnttAdieryn say,"One Di

n third is DuMont's "Life Begins at Pleasant. For Pys, I'l try a show with's a ontre- ed her right to the role of i i e
ub sta die arr lkyre80." All three shows arin e on he scene of his firs he The world premiere of a short ning of each hand.
Sall Aaroso needed or the dayone at noon, one at 4 p trial experience."Orph.n opera for which Tennessee Wder to' avoidargument
W Og oefric AUmrn" b p raone at 9:30 p.m. s New York time: When he was an undergrade ams wrote the libretto takes Let's take that example agai t
S- t a. ening paragraphs, a cyclonic eventmezzoparts operawiththePoint, the proper

orthy of This 1 (UP) Wagner.West d e tobeliee Barry and his family live studying artecture, he got the prin ce- season in New Orsterfoleans tom orr of Y ou fail to follow suit on a heart
lIn G fr an rationl om 12 easy tk tree sl af modest 15-room duplex penthouse theater bug and, with two other night (Jan. 17). It is "Lord By- trik. The oonent at your left
olnsference in NewOr- Lstw h2 earts, t hree diamonds a__ on Park Avenue, which isn't too students, worked as a stagehand ron's Love Letter," and the com- is supposed to ask you "No
Hes Stil n termre o ets, abong a o e any of t he TV studios at the theater. Fr 25 ars s ince poser is Raffaello de Banfield. t h artss" And your correct an-

baek and'I t so htm t attaere TV is ra m J es four clubs. Instead, East play e s time to dash home e. his graduation, he's been in the is to pla y for two weeks in Tulane sr is two turn up the indicator
Durante' boarded the TVranks, too Mary Ann Nyebergcircles it's known as eep itiside

m dwayby idt .m the no tAsa ith pe n quiet up there.n shows fo ter a littl e lheyr vei beene n h se e rsoms Dixon Ha e eatrm e tat ayicis syou hve o hertsn
r and ric o HOUSTON, Tex., Jan. 18 (UP) Now Weiss hd only two spade nvereven heard of it For theBroadway shows, some ourig is unforgettable. If you play a heart later in tha

ma ofhas si the te i D- -A vacationing Houston oilmatriact, b di odn't dare lead the n fit o h aun tr shows, some bet, some concerted

The board dvises the pres- an d hic w fe, unheea r d romsincesit ai The. dmonds. ad t wh ere an elderly lady has set a revoke. Your faced-up suit in- i i.
NARelON BRANDO and Studio of Stars" spectaculars for CBS. no better. .e erletpe n ore Qaterwhat makes Sunday at al Now ,er ler to fo lw s t w t

iWeui won teon offn he unl2 od aywe enifarSdatm e deveopdo" h dlharr lhed atl.l Bed w- ing gone for only one season, is "The spade plnce that provesl-
serodu c hesiofdiamondst ..r. n.Puccii's "Tosca"Licia Albe. lowed suit to hearts."if you were

vestint, ee, to is blushing. She plays Alice Gobel t uethein of d diamond s. n et way and before t embarks love letters from Byron. There case agnst you
htn ththeo Weias finessed dummy's seventh tBarry has three shows duringnat fur characters. Ge-

Iet Rev w PFlt on tPr hef Pnd. couple, rg g and Mrs. nd s inesse be on .U.spi o e eaters don ha theprincipal parts in one such card for each ofthe fourth
to a -Tviewersrishheote Ro el weree l h an : r ,s aumption tht oWe aOned le .. VARTAN athe firsa performance Christmas suits.
"And hromtrsentlHongut ash le a heof hpa kyd-rnk hnd You." Another irsn inewnteamnofimanagig rev-e aeLe
eand led a low dsp hdte towrhis ,INBC-TV's "Juvepoleoljury."w Te trs--Isadora Bennett and D i c k
s1c0ingan gremenade saidtheywereflig uy soon y' be a t e s- ot l a ei. would have hrs four cards face
hadvetrilthird is DuMont's "Life Begins at Pleasant. For Pleasant; it's aredown. sun front of him at the begin-
Stook the opportunity, all, Dec. 28. However, Colombia and in six different colors. n-turnseners The world premiere of a short ning of each hand.

however, to consult with the authorities later reported the The new ie of "Ultralite ,am- eLUexdctfa upe.
eia1Ho s nknofeday--one at noon, one at 4 p.m.., e, opera for which Tennessee Wil-
e on the New Orleans oule left all for Medelln 250 snte" will provide the latest look When he was an u Dame Myra Hess opened her The faced indicator not only etto takes
conference alo The conference, miles north of Call, and e South would have been able to luggage which nowadays i theater bu and, wth two o 24th American tour with a Satur- serves to prove a revoke but also OR C L ur le

Initiated by rivate n busines been unreported since. ieludes such materials as glass day afternoon recital in Carnegie makes it very easy to remember
in e ned Saes and eafiber and wood-and-plastic combi- students, worked as a stage Hall (Jan. 8). In her program was duthe co s suppo a hand just who has shown you "No
le tolmumerica, is scheduled to Medelin authorities reported clubs Ea nations. theater. 25earBeethoven's "Moonlight" Sonata out hearts? And your correct an-
lat for day inestearting Feb. 28. there was no record of the cour hadsa thih sh e had never pTlayed in The penalty for an esup the indicator
td ..... ....Pr...............k tweenshows for a little lunch or theatrical business. Sohavethose University's Dixon Hall Theatre that says you have no hearts.

~ o~onphle ever having arrived there w cwt eJa Magnesium in suitcases prnr o ther two student-staeanss -ose befountry before. revoke is 260 points. A revoke is
e ttion according U to William Spears Now Weiss ha two a stronger and more durable sub. ;JmmStewart established whne the offending ,
H ctonn g a brother of Mrs. atocks- stance than the conventional lea The side leads or plays to the next
oL TDe- steThe action takes i las inrthe hand, it will be clear that your

EL IA R E By now Im forced to expect A process has been developed States appearn iNre w YcfrU teretofolowu
TDA sTOMORROW the wra Spears sai d from since suit again The diamonds had to nng l asti hts an t beay a SHO tCENT
Tde ques Rio.s Ofo-nDec. 28, today were feared lbst be developed, so declared led a here an elderly lady has set-ca revoke. Your fa.etup suit in-

d_._ o ol__physical eJungineer for Hulombiale Oil Brothers, Inc., Denver, Con.) spealty s 17th and 18th century TONIGHT
TWO ECITING EATURE! a physical education teacher at A new addin machine cuts edwAn Air Force plane took Isaac BALBOA iee:15 7:50 DIALO HTS. :15
AsWE BAXTE duamar High here. do frige frfIice woIrkrr Stern, violimst, to Iceland where Air-Cans t you.t.ed,
Johktot' salldo Uos d atieW on h Reyes er he gave four concerts as part of p Anne sNCROe l Tab HrNTER
dentfor M t er The couple, Mr. and Mrs. This bold finesse based on the t r e department e cule Naturally myo never turn an
to p eurday, were using a private plane. AoBy V.G VARTAN Ran andPatricia Newsy, ww ed. "Francis youns The Wall" Wednesdayy"R ""
EastIn hoor sh m f sft bo nafrom In a letter sent from Caly, lcng suit as long as he hadn't REade her name in Menhtti'so p wisefailed to followy sput t.Like-e

and tan on the side of the ma- 13th t, Dec. 26 in which they opened spades, held the trick, de o ur of the U. S. and Canthe pars
cciedttyoeuenvoyaehyrgedwwith NEths(UP)- PrettyR

qul, Ecuador, 500 mies south of an overtricksoonyoue nl thr sut f ea out of a su PEDRO MIGUEL 7:youwant 0 GAMBOAto
the "floating" action of inside Toshya Etoe, Japanese avtiolinst "RIMFIRE"hs in-
J n took the opportunity, a erts on rubber. The use of nyleen ro and in siwho is attracting much atteti Thus. "Px different colors. I dictator fae up. AND THE

arse p d and gllss fibre i nsula- in this country, was soloist in FLYING DUTCHMANad i Wed. "SCUTat n o"
however, to consult with the The adder a ttends to thraite Samold with the Philadelphia Orchestra. '
Problem of Irregular key touch It was his debut withdent on the New Orleans couple left Cali for Medein, 250 the res- ATIN 7: MAGA6:5-7
conferenceal he mles north of Cal, and hveinugg e h nowadays itra- 24th American tou r with a Satur- serves to prove a revoke butS ITR L ISE"
nCnr te i Uelde h atenso skss day afternoon recital in Carnegie makes it very easy to remember

int-Leatlergloesgve abeer (National Cash aRegisteral Co. i Hall (Jan. 8). In her program was during a hand just who has shown Wed. DANCING A

on your car's diece andjustthtensioototh wo o ds dotb Vinnew Yori iny 1 e .
tiog win aueter dC TS nis .- three concert's "Moonlight" Sonata out of which suisr-.
la ra sUniveresity of Cacrinati roser god new for dogs. A hng ihe holiad n ever played in The penalty for an establishedebra PAG er I
that keeps the ple ever having arrived theremagnesium in suitcase in costume of Hardas t e revoke is 260 points. A revoke iss .a A U
he according e'to Wlliam aIeas. E FACstronger faster ann more durable sub- comic opera "The established whne the offendingery
a t s ra l go tecsicians" makes itsr. first United
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TONIGHT'S GAMES (2) 6:00 At PanamiA S th rIling moment
Sodamen (Clarke 1-5) and (Williams 1-4) Roberto De Viceno's spectacul.
S dam tl e 1- shot out of the sand tra on
Vs.-- the 17th hole during the in
Smokers (Churn 1-2) and (Robinson 3-3). round. That shot perted br
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Smoker Manager Stanford had pinned their hopes, has con- ad
Graham surprised Pro League tribute no little to the fact that ., :
baseball circles this morning by the team is away down in the
bouncing that he would start cellar, eight games off the pace. b Antonio Cords's putting
bhi bullpen ace, Clarence m "The The abovementioned hurlers T o ton wn the ,o o lo
Tll" Churn in the first game have been able to win only three 'popl breakin 1 r .
eoft twinbill with the .C. Soda- games between them. although canned a ak
tap at the O iynpic Stadium there is still some hope that the tc greJen, ard on
ti evening pe ener gets trio who basically are all good 5 he ck an
Waya 6 o'clocI fingers may find the form t a i. -'.A otedwi ooter hillon
ham named Humberto that had been expected of them toh C
Roinson as his second game1 and make the league race more Argentn, but
tcher and Vibert Clarke and, interesting for the rest of the fo 100 toeth e lombiao
\amen. aNearing the end of December Sb a
:;-hurn, dubbed "The Bull" by, the 8odamen seemed to be mak- |Pr...
btacasters for his outstanding in some progress and when Paler the
ormances in fireman roles Winston Brown and then Andres aFinto he x roe on th th
ter warming up in the bull- Alonso beat the Yankees to n b l hi weetay rouck ao top o te
of course', will be making sweep a doubleheader on Dec. that To ave roub e
first appearance other than 28, the fans thought that at last movin t would have roube
l andit will be Interest-g the Sodamen had got going. :W a
to note if he is as effective, But, Brown took off for his! el heo lathe da wa with
carter as a reliever. home in Bocas del Toro the day his eight iron the
-has been known that in, after he made his spectacular t ed to-
cases great relief artists debut and with him went the the ig I rouen t te r ab
ops as. starters, but Gra- Sodamen's chances of being al. the paou When Palmer it thr
hm, never the one to be afraidpennant contender.l Wen i th
-rying something the first Things did look bad at this tbal, rocks went; flyin throeih
ieN. says that he has all con- stage but more was yet to come. stands: and his eight iron end-
fltence that "The Bull" will'
come through. President Jose Antonio Re- o t the
lShe bright sunshine that men was assassinated on the de
e through the clouds all night of Jan. 2 and the gloom aien anma s em.dn
Ang and up to early after- and uncertainty that was Im- aon en nms Pr
g ave promise of a perfect ] mediately cast over the entire ident Rteardo ilas by the
i and the baseball gen- republic affected the Pro large trowd in the elubbeose
wh have suffered two League attendance in no small X roowlar his a atrodueMon b,
ponements in the last two way. o- rn ote ura
tw bke advout in fullthe Ad d to the above the fact that PANAMA OPEN HIGHLIGHTS In the photo at the upper right, Panama President Ricardo a a.
ly, to take advantage of the Add to the above the fact that Arias E. chats with Tony Cerda before the final round of the Open at the Panama Golf course viouly moved by h tbu
b victory for the mok- bill to fall he rains, which wembere expected while Roberto DeVicenzo and Arnold Palmer lis ten. Lower right shot shows Cerda almost sink- a ia.
ould ou t them one and l didn't, decided that they should Ing a long putt on the fourth green after blasting his way out of the sand trap behind him. oThe a tlre nan.
games behind them onYa a k f tt th hd Above left, George Makibbin of the Lucky Strike Co., sponsors of DeVicenso, looks on as Don Tve tre 'i aaihit -s
hslf games behind the, Ydn' make u for lost timea with the Roberto tells the President what happened o4 the las two I oles. The anad looking .gentleman s d
y ath whom the Stadium.ot experiencing near-record rain- to Makibbin's left is Pablo Molina from Coombia. Pablo was in the money among the pros. rsdetlu
i the possibility that an fall for the month of January, Below, Tony Cerda displays the swing that earned him the 1055 Panama" championship and Cntersin e f the fe t s an
tra game may be squeezed in, and the games that have had to $2.000. Tony will be back next year to defend his title. np the
that date, as the league be postponed because of Incle- t to r e m i
takes an effort to catch up on ment weather have been numer- pointments of this season like r isdnW hm| nw
Retarded schedule. ous. the good sports they are and N A A racec Wh Rehoe wod for w
The Pro League has been It has rained so much during admit that some real keen com- shWR
Through some trying the last few days, that one can petition has been offered on i p
and only the continued only hope that the heavens are many occasions this year. O ve r o aL P i AntonioOerda &e*chfllk
ti.o of the faithful completely dry by now and that They still are optimistic that er F t b V .icy receiptt Of his ehefr -- -,
Uaupie4tate the situa- the last raindrop for the time the situation will improve before h e a awt reht the
being has already been seen. league hostilities are terminated o 0A a ]a lhhoute down his h aak a-
-S part of the league's The fans are completely a- and they will be going out to the Aollonrces Loops In lh tee did condition
e could start off ware that Panama has made ball parks enthusiastically when- NEW YORK, Jan. 18 (UPI a national basis, such as the one l iree s sche ras won u -
ations of the Soda- great strides in baseball and this ever there are games being play- The NCAA is faced with a revolt now in effect. Reschedules m B i kett co
m which definitely got 'as been made possible only be- ed. over its football television policy. Press chairman H. P. "Dick" WEUErW Lete wknked Inat en md
bad start this season. cause of the support they have Panama Pro League officials, Pacific Coast officials met yes- Everest, a vice-president at the e s hd Iw ro an t an3s
's main problem unceasingly given the game over, the players and the press are terday and drew up a resolution University of Washington, says Washed 0ul 8v Rain ot t w the trae
B -- or lack ofI the years. sure the fans will not let down which says they can't respect no West Coast team would par-!Wise ORi was really a riot ad the
e lure of Vibert They are taking the disap- the popular pastime. any game-of-the-week policy on ticipate in such a national game- Cristobal, 6. Z. ate it L.
of-the-week program. Everest Two Pahama Area Forces .Crstn baoberto, 6 mZle a he
admits that his conference, Baseball League contests slated Dar St he that hs awful showing
which has been encouraged by a for the weekend were rained out Dear Sir: thoe e1othf hreen tsohe
similar stand by Big 10 officials, with both rescheduled for today. alk abot favorites in the on final tc o holes of the i
Vdoubtedly is in the minority. The contests put Fort Clayton T c dau fr th tournamenteosthintheham-
This was an obvious reference against the Braves at Coco Solo athletic department the Ca- pionship. Cerds picked up four
Ite tio nal, nt a r oceont NCmaA cnent aiinbe In the basketball league this year Who could believe It possble?
Cin New York. Approximately 80 Wednesday sees a full agenda and a playoff game was to be Can you believe that Sam
: per cent of the delegates told being played off with the Clay- played at Cristobal. teod o u te1rnament
the Incoming television commit- ton-Kobbe night battle at Clay- This was to be done because stands? DeVicenso was ten un-
tee they liked the current game- ton Field In a struggle for un- tw ames had been played at Depirs es He
of-the-week p an. disputed third place the key Bawoa while only one was play- hade harolhe lfrt n nholeede
Not so the Pacific Coast. It engagement. ed in Cristobal. Afraid of losing, only 8 birdies to break tih wee-
wants national controls but a Other affairs are at Fort A- Balboa- insisted the game be ord. But he faIled to esme
regional flavor to the telecasts. mador where unbeaten Special played in Margarita with a Bal- even close. begarcle. of how
Pacific Coast leaders want the Troops hosts the A's and at Coco boa resident as a referee. bad Bob was in the final roand,
right to blackout games in the Solo where the Braves entertain
"F ... -area in which they're played Albrook Air Force Base, two The Balboa basketball coach number of strokes he woa
t. televise road games back into games off the Troo ers' pace. backed by the athletic depart- with in 1953 over Kneado
televise Friday and Saturd'y and Albrook lst Saturday was play. So the athletic department th wa De V dcenro y shot a rm b
f-v" ..night games on a "free" basis .. postponed due to a Nicaraguan head, using the recent traced? in the final round ast year a-
and the right to televise free on series scheduled by the F' ers. il friendly Panama as an excuse, against Snead? Yep. q guy tears
.a national basis any game play-i The c~ubs wil clash in nextun- said no game. For shame, the course apart for three rounds

':Thanksgiving brook's Beam Stadium. teams were tied at the close of round, yet still finishes second.

I collegiate ranks, the pros are al BakeMen and women of the Canal coer f he works o game.
talking of peace. Commissioner Zone, your athletic program is Sandy has a smooth swing, and
BertBell of the National League run for Balboa High School by will bear watching.
Be Bel.l Says the "peace" proposed byahe A M AII'Mi men incapable of doing the job. Bob Lombroia presenti Pres-
Big Four Football League of Ca- They fought Little League base- dent Arias with a speclset of
nada is a step intherightdi- ball to the utmost. The did a- sent A. G.
reaction. g di5 N Tonigi way with the Athletic Club foot- ftor presentation to Preside
ball. It's time for the investlga- Remon. Each club has Prelident
S"They're coming to Philadel- NEW YOR, Jan. 18 (UP) ion McCarthy wants. Time to Remon's nicname Chl Ch -
phia Saturday to discuss it." says The Fort Wayne Pistons will get deadwood out of positions of engraved one'the blade.. F d ent
Bell. "I don't know yet what legal has- trbp en on the starting directing on athletic program Arias told the Throng that It wu
complications are rega r d I n g t what the National akt- when they themselves never Mr. Remon's wish ttthe cubs
players but we can discuss the bail loUltton All-stars meet coached a team in present day bros- ar of the late Ma-
Im a tte r ." d eety r oon ghs ptosrts tOU th e .t
This peace Plan Bell mentions arley cman of Fort ns long as Balboa wins all is
was a decision by the Canadian Wayne has picked AOndy plilP,.well. Why? Because the athletic auctioned off, and t procures
LOOP to stay away from players -w--t 5 .en orge Yardley department can hide behind that used to erect a plao In the
signed or under option to the as iat fort western Dl- record. Someone else is doing the ctesi ne m te
opboth leagues raided each other's Wanse of flbhes- Deadwood, Adies.. the Pasama Open was conduct-
rosters.. ter.d J ?olred of M nnes- ed. The Panama Golf Club's
Sto congra ate otball ,L d. Illinois as opposing such limits. Open committee, beaded by 0o-
IS 0 C ra coach Buk Shaw, l lineup wa have no desire to limit the a en Enesto de la. uarda
iP s e t c n refomerly of the tan Franctec. earlier yo" c A size of players." says Loeffler. T and Richard DeMlager.
49ers has been offered two dif-udesor when y hit six-six, thelaw assisted by Negro -Ais .and
ferent jobs. Shaw, who eohedC1 SAM a n ad Paul ey-Io dimmshing retuht ns sets i n Fred Gehardt, did a maumulous
the Western All-Star pro toamn ;Symmne, d MacaddI these men become conU- Job in the n g
to a win over.the aest Sunday, d a.uM R of wJAe pondingly slow." and runn the
EA n tnro n io could go with the Log AnRcoul 30 with the andIos Angelosi
Rams. He also could take over s nam tsnM
at the Now Air Force Academya r T the ha a ad ber
Winner 19 Panama Golf Open Plaiying olSprigs, IC&or.elao Spr is lstCloa
came from club prtWident vaJn is .e rala iB a
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to participate in its 1955 a" I n o a The 14th Annual Champion- By HARRY GRAYSON campaign of 147 with Newpe -
that leuaant annual *n 0rilu4e r'f." etin, .41 1r .1 ship Bowlin Tournament wil b NEA Sports Editor News of the Piedmont Le "
ta/u a paersonallof* harme of0 4p ut. held a Diao HeIght Bowing L.. aai.< HULL JACOBS r Y porNE-Whe a ns whad thei N iow r
It brbbght, too. a Wfln.i to voeS e iarefulS a Center beginning Feb. 5 and ex Written for NEA Service EW YORK (NEA)-When an tionals had their Sioux
vain, and to make the o10 .ns av n~. be~ tending rough Feb. 11. S outfielder who has been in the branch of the Western LbpI[
Many of the 270-odd meb a Wjoin the I addition to e ries minors for 10 years manufactures claim him.
In the association for at, east 10 afesie wbleI avr old or teams, doubles, sines and 64 home runs and bats .345 in Lennon wasn't ready for
cantaas, sometimes go oft on postal bi W f avor d al events, there will be tro- Double A, you immediately get the A ball, but Sioux City either
riNot onho haven't the ivonterest o I tatei oo a.ce of the phles and surpise prlses for idea that he is a butcher in the to keep the youngster or bhav '
Not only that, some voters fa hsbeen othoer. field and a barrier on the bases. revert to the Superbas. The f
rule which bars consideration of s playr Who has_ been out field and a barrier on the basesoto
le hich a co on n retirement Plans are under way to broad- Car Hubbell and Jack Schwarz, suit was that he didn't play
of action for more than years, or not e recats the opening ceremonies and who operate the farm system, anu in 1948, and the Army took hi
r at least five. 3 votesweonheat, who to have officialdom roll the first the Gants' scouts assure you that for '51 and until mid-May of
I the 1954 poll, 38 votes were WAte d ms, who had ball on the opening night. CLASSIC LEAGUE no good" Coffey took three points Bcb Lennon is neither. when he was discharged bea1Ml.
had been out for 21 years, and .T on m' ttee, headed The tournament management from the fading Deuces headed he had injured his back. p
ben inegible for three years. Te. el with the vast- field of is planning a dinner and dance Team Standings by Senor don banks who can't "Lennon plays center field," ex. What the Giants' front office
by J, O. Taylor pink. concerns itse w nto be held as a post-tournament w L Pet. pick up Lha;t -y ten pin nohow. Plains Scnwarz, "and managers hoping is that Lennon-5-lO -4 .
material barred to the writers.eda 2ottunmn
material barr o tte wrmay pick an re or a manager ut the afflar at whichprzes will be a- Sears 3o 2 .4 For the Beer boys, who last don't ordinarily go out of their burly-does not turn out to b
TeWAA coembmitteers mayt restrict anh es to players. warded. In addition to the oel 34 30 weekk roed a 915 game, Coffey way to put their worst outfielder a Long Tom Winsett, Lou Nov
BBWAA the histo of the poll Indites that the top also-rana regular prizes there will be mer EL Panama 3a bA -o rolled 527 wnile Morrow knock- there. As a matter of fact, this koff or Jack Harshman. So many
8hle the hlato of the .th next, the leading can. chandise prizes from friends of Beymour 24 4u .37: ed down 511 pins. Although they boy always could field, throw and players have that one year in
of one year have the t res oe lo, Ted Lbyons Daisy bowling and awards from the I couldn't equal; last week's total, move. lifetime.
Vance and Gab Hartnett. They alone, ot more than noclton to even the last place Seymour Agenoy had It sbeatthey took the obig side of t h a"Thetrouble was that up until I Winse m ke o
rVan eah b 5nb tnettc eer nigni of tne season an po Wne...aseries since only Turner of the, last season, when he batted in, fr Columbus before comlzt"W
ovls each In te 1954 canV which cted Bill Dickey, B winners.
rrand late bbit Maranvlle. Although the umber f wonthe National Junior Sin ranama three points to one.Deuces could break the 500 series 161 runs r Nashville, we con the Dodgers to be a total b
Terry ond the sue Rpbbit Me .ainvllenh current poll, DiM go Although the number of lm a d'ney scored the firat with a 541 score.. i dae an dg'r6 N o bele 41 In 1 '.
it would not aurpri et mus t --,ms and Indi ... parti-
turned out to be the only winner. For election, a candidate m t teams and individual parti- on Bill Tilden's advice I didn't game bor a new league recOkd. not hit enougn s.aon. 270oe
LastJanuary.with25me than In p years. i I Hefelttha t I should jump mbea t. the Sears Aces ame prepared w Hhigchr until last year was his wer i a
needed-to twin, DiMaa o tot 175, Lysons 170, Vvanc o18 and Hart- nte en nio to w r i The free dinners donated bywith a Termite repellant tsee pace." e ore the C u rs
needed to witt n, o 1oers came next, with n 1 97. wifr attract more particIpants because I had lost so few games the atlas Gareen were Von by catalogue page 1056) to down the
nett neither is ep nor Ted has been out of the game than previous years in winning.members of the ymor Agen- hapless insects 3 to 1. The Ter- What so suddenly transformed arshm n had h sie runs
f rthe ren qie r their eligibility certi"y requires x- The tournament has be c teh been b -- with spragetn edver cme 4te a o homd es team. Dick Thei with a g mites managed to overcome the Irish Bob Lennan from a ashville In '51 bere
for the required five years, their eligibility certainly requires e sanctioned bythe American T played in the National Womn- tet ndN. tp e a w rth u repe ane d 2on ouge no tm e mwar hlefennd hitt o rer o hanu- Nd up im. eGi s ab hiw
wen the Hall of Fame Committee instituted the five-year Bowling Congress of Milwaukee men's Singles in '25 w it h i ha good 256. ithe final game as the Mail Or- thentic home run clouter? baseman. Harshman would
rule in Julyt1953,yit stipulated those who had drawn at least 100 Wisc. andowilltbeoplayed under b hcpes. But althoughI didb welI iia Panama knocked out a 1083 der boys ran out of repellept. I"For one thing, he brought his good pitcher,
votes in that year's election would not be subject to the new the rules of the Congress. enough, six years went by and I game for the second high name For the winnrs McEleroy chalk-, feet closer together r," replies Lad i the i
stillaladlnotowontthe.title. second high name For the wlnn1rs Mclleroy chalk- feet closer together," replies "Lemon, Is an authentic A)-
regulation. aI stilled not won the title. I was game of the league. Bob Wag- ed up a 539 and Diablo Heights Schwarz, "and he could be one run hitter," insists Jack Sh
DiMggo quit after the 1951 se n, but Lons, who was a beginning to wonder if were to owner and Billy Coffey scored .Curly Bates rolled 524. of those guys who is arriving late. Not more than four of his
... ...rGard eo the Itla Line, Ites takesIso of th emlpea lo ra arrrlng tme. ers lsot yoear ertn o heap of ne
coach with the Dodgers last year, stillis in baseball, hunting for "ia t be the perennial semi-finalist or 77 and 602 to lead te hotel Garrido,he of the Italian Line, It takes some of them a long timeI er last year were cheap le.
afresh connection. trunner-up. In two of the ye a rs boys. Steamship Service to Europe to catch on, you know. He also hits rising flies more tha 400
hen Jolting Joe first became eligible, in 1953, his support t te this span, I was unable to play EL PANAMA C with spaghetti every day, came' adopted a crouch. so the Polo Grounds are a
suffered a shock. Forgettng that the writers are very slow toumethNationalecause I w through with 212 ame in the "While Lennon has been in or-ord fr him. I saw him with
respa nd to the urge for early Hall of Fame recognition for great terig college and in '3 con. Waggoner .21 348210 677 sec stanza but roled his usual ganzed baseball for 10 years heMageanes lub in November
nd to furedearlyHallwof lrwaltiontforstracted o fiess -onthecRiviera. eColatons IS? 212 169 568 second stLnz ind s homebbl run
ba layers, they figured Hopeuse would walk in 17120 th 1e first M55 529 traced thoa y e Riviera. e -e 24 2 112 for the third. For the losers, really hasn't played too much." he was leading the V-i
Hllowever .r eaeinshed n 1t 6 provesgth. with 01 Nels 24 1 of Aoo h rolt 5 ..2, r oly I was
Harwood (Beese) White roned Schmdt 207 19 156 559 Schrmer of Albrook got 51 and Lennon, 26, a Brooklyn lad, was League in home s. He
117 votes,-as against an astonishing 200 for Diny Dean, and ATLANTIC TWILIGHT LZAGUE out many owrinklesI nmy ameC oey 173 224 205 602 La. g a was tnnd sdrt o the deony question ierI dwt.
for Al Simmn ias uup5occe.g l ce er 8 STANDINGS which helped me reach the World Eganization. 3 w
In one year, DiMa o ricked u 58 votes, if he can gain in a final at Wimbledon in '29, 97 13 2935 sth tte Flatbush or rs obviously he will be able to hit bi
another 25, and it s virtual certain he will, wth quite a few Naty ..... 0 1.000 butt wasn't until '32 that I real- n the last (Oh didn't think too hghly of Lennon I
to spare, Joe will become Ha of Famer No. 74. Powel .. .. ... 0 0 .000 ly digested the radical chan es vs. SEYMOUR AGENCT alleysi or 11 and o 3 ys the outset for he was released If Rocky Marlano
oe C .... .uth guy ca 0 0 .000 that helpedMe win my first me Chevrolet set up took 3 frome the at the outset for he was released I Rock Marciano ha 3
TarC.II.$ ....l..d.... A 0 .000 that elped me win my first (a- d0,the wnrr Te cons For and signed again and then exposed able to hit big lea lee 1
Ways of Voters Are Inscrutable Casanovas ......0 .000 tionalWomen's singles.I esta. Bates 172 177 158 507 "crack In the ll" Tecons to the drat after spending the he would have ma e it, too.
Ways of Vojsg ters Are Inscrutable wi---sdt n r blisthed a record retaining the ti- Glelchman 211 185 169 565 he w7nnfrs Ted "poseat t te
tle for four consecutive years. Stephens a 25 210 159 16 Albritton led the parade with 535
Examination of the annual score sheets of the Hall of Fame TONIGHT'S GAME (7 p.m.) During those years, however, the Theis 244 216 224 814jwhile Kunkel had 511, the rest S
elections since they were instituted In 1936 proves the ways of Navy vs. Cristobal High School Wimbledon championship I want- Theis 244 216 224 684,of the Chevrolets werd only 6
the voters truly are inscrutable. y ed so much remained beyond my Melanson 222 159 236 o17 cylinder models. For the losing ,g.- Pesm "
F Take a look at the first poll, for example. There were 226 grasp in the '32-34-35 finals. 'crack healers only Welch enter-
3allots. Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, gibe Ruth, Christy Mathewson By TREVOR SIMONS 11i5s gas 3 6 2989 ed the 500 cIrcle with a rousing
and Walter Johnson were named.' I was offered a large amount 524 of which he will tell for the
It would be expected that every one of these diamond im- Unexpected' dry season show-. of money to t u r n professional Sears' celebrated the return of next 6 months.
mortals was a unanimous choice. ers that lasted almost without after my 35 final against Helen Bud Balcer from a statesideva- The standing of the teams, LAST DAY .60 '.30
However, four voters refused to honor Cobb. Eleven would stopping for four days, has caus- Wills Moody' in w hi c h I held cation and took three points when the post-mortems were 3:00, 4:10, 5:45, 7:20, 9 p.m.
have one of the Flying Dutchmran.Iee2l virtually idd, "Where ed the Atlantic Twilight BaueBlul match point. But the champion- from Powell's Garage. The vaca. over are: Packed with thrills, laughs
does this Ruth guy come in9 Leas qa end of troubles, Three ship meant more to me. tion didn't seem to bother Bud hearthrobs ecitment a i
T, t.. lepwri.tes failed to ty. and this one, achs a dates, .O r u as, I Was taken ill while playing n too much as herolled 0 on his G W L Ave. heartthrobs, ci nt a
tlei. s credJohnnI I elr PJ_ ]dar thre Jiungarian Cha in filet tm on eys snceTrmite ...-. 4 18 791 the
on geterdy. ing Onight' game, ea'wek agony ore the imbledon Champion- Dick Hogan continued to be euces .....39 25 27 780 |2h Centu-Fox's last newsreel with the funeral of t
1, with 201 writers invdo Old Cy Youg got only tonight, In which the defending ships began. I was never m o r e the "heap big injun" for Powells Tecon ......39 25 27 780 late President of the Repubile of PrsmA
153 vote. But Napoleon Lajoie, s r and Oy ana ed champs, Navy defeated the new discouraged. I h a d no practice with 624 series. Balbo Beer 39 18 34 77 COL. JOSE ANTONIO REON CAN A
to Aeene in. t k comers, Castnovua, 8 to f has cn grass courts and Wimbledon Last Thursda's results were;
enbc k sinking in t hed pOa ank Is eminently been played. is the fastest in the world. SEARS Alleys 7 & --
fitted for election. He is baffled, and "What haveI been OPENS TO3R
doin from year to year to merit thq falling vote?" If the weatherman decides to Then the assistant professional Crooks9193 194 160 547e Tecon vs Chevrolet
Many notable players are doomd'to appointment unless recognize the official dry sea- atWimbledon's AllEngland Club, Thomas 202 185 196 583
they are saved by the Veterans' omm tteef. There Is, for one, son date, then the Atlantic Twi- I a grand little man known to us Anderson 158 157 141 456 Nelson 157 118 170 445
lifetime average of .322. He got nine votes in the 1954 electionlight League will resume action as Skeet. little by little, through Bet 215 210 184 6091McLean 128 122 160 410
at Mt. Hope Stadium tonight, patience and skill, brought back Balcer 190 216 199 65,Wlckham 129 1590 153 424
On the agenda a for tonight's my game and confidence. Welch 178 157 189 524
B T G Wactivities Is the debut of the Cris-. My backhand, wb which always 958 962 880 2800 Luttenberger 157 138 188 483
M ays Back To G et W hat the Naval Station team. The way below par. Skeet came to POWELL'S GARAGE 749 725 860 2334
latter, in quest of their second the country house where I w as aAlbritton 176 175 184 535
SWcrown in as many years of plj, spending the week-end, and on a Larrabee 164 157 188 509 Piletaky 129 143 143 415
In the Twi-Loop, got off on the rather bumpy b't passable rass Kraka 168 188 199 555,Voss 157 158 156 471
H e W ent A w ay To D uck right foot opening night with an court, worked on the backhand Spinney 220 159 147 526 Thompsom 113 129 164 400
8 to 5 win over Casanovas. with me until I was ready to drop. GallIgan 179 182 210 571 tunkel 181 160 170 511
o Palumbo's youngsters from I don't believe anyone was hap- Hogan 215 225 184 624 -. 1
Cristobal High are scrappy and pier than Skeet when I w on a lce -- | _7
y RY GRAYSON fst. If they can find a ood marathon final from the great 94 911 928 2785 756 765 817 2338
NnA Sporta EdItor pitcher or two among the 11 ely German player, Hilde Krawinkel
NEW YORK-The flare-up in prospects for '55 the school boys Sperling.
NEW YOR-The flare-up n could become a contender in High one High three Aver.lleys 9 & 10
Puerto Rico between Willie Mays this year's race for the chamI 1065 3028 937 Sers
and Ruben Gomez is totally un- is103 281 936 ears Ae vs Termites
important, but its effect on thi onship. 103 2 2981 9436 er Ace s
Giant's chances in 1955 is some- Atlantic Twilight League fans 1105 2982 9235 McElroy 14 197 158 539
thing else again. have not yet had an opportunity Garrido 149 212 112 47
Admittedly, yo u ng Maya' to see all the teams of the loop Schecker 156 140 150 45532 trI D UL 1 2 2" "
nerves were worn to a raged IIn action and consequently have INDIVIDUAL Granata 156 150 154 460
edge by too much baseball and not yet posted a favorite for the Balcer 206 Bates 184 203 157 524 BING DANNY
ill that goes with it when tlae season now in progress. They are Cof fey 205 (
a brand new and extra no hoping t he rain seun By DR. POG ALLEN Hogan 203 809 911 731 2451 C OSB
Athlete b I'-' has run itself dry and the C Kansas Coach Waggoner 198 H ewittM 113 15 153 4 4I C
Irld has known nothing butaH Willie Maya ] ubt ,stion, for which the league has Written for NEA Service ... Best 198 'Burgis 115 125 155 395 '*0/- -
las kon h ing but un D already become famous, wiUl 8te phens 197 'Barbour 148 123 121 392 ROSEY V tA-
baseball since he was dischargd start happening regularly to- QUESTION: A travel violation Col bert 193 Schlrmer 175 181 161 517
iy the Army early last March. mez pitching and inch-hitting night, is called on a Team A player alMlgan 190 Lane 1s9 100 177 516
The World Champions' brass for Santurce, the Polo Ground- deep dn his forecourt. A Team B G Melanson 190 L 1 49O190177IL1
ook a calculated risk when it era' board felt that it would at player grabs the ball, but instead Theis 189 I00 777 760 224
rave Maya permission to play least htqe some measure of con- Shorts taking it out of bovndi at the' -"--- Di JAGGER ria 'aNG I
three games a week during the trol over its precious jewel in net S ht hrowst Ipt to ateammtenarHGH voHREE'A lleys11&12m n
winter with the Santurce club of Puerto Rico. throws it to b teammate near HIGH THREE Alleys I & 1I'
he Puerto Rican League. Horace midcourt. Team B puts the ball Baler 756 '*, IIUAL T mugs a sara
Itoceham and assctates know in play from there. What should Hogan 895 Balboa Beer vs Deuces Sl bAr
t lb adt sable for an established TORONTO, Jan. 17 (UP) a referee do?-Bob Cutter. Hogan 695 Klumpp 136 192 104 457I.
tar to rest and store up energy Many a remarkable athlete has Canadian heavyweight champion .j wer: aThe referee shol hatn, Snellbaker 123 120 171 4141
or spring. There was the dan- been ruined by the rubber chick- Ear Wals scored a unanimous 10 'la) and make Team B put the' HIGH ONE Morrow 157 176 178 511
er of injury, en circuit. Jackie Robinson, round decision over bull-should-. a l play at the spot where Waggoner 279 Schneider 141 120 171 432
But It was decided that Maya for example, never succeeded in ered Jimmy Blade of New York t should have, or if it is flagrant, Balcer 277 Coffey 1Cun Your1I7ingsINGStS "Love You Don't Do
as safer in more ways than shaking the excess poundage he tonight before 6,490 fans at Ma- the official can award the ball to Galligan 275 "y1 1u7t Your 167sing$ 52stead of 5heep" HoWe. Youo'r
sa ys ng ow. eaf -rd .. Team A because of a throw in' RA Dat By Me" "Sisters" 'The Best Thinds Hoapen While You'r
sm or even BIrm ngham. Here bad year-for him-to making SAN FRANCISCO. The pow Q. On a throw-in from cut of 'Turner 188 171 182 541 Yo' Do With A General Choreogra "Ge S h I Was
he in las than a year jumped won the World Series of d has taken a firm stand t get a i ladKeelthit time in many weeks. Humble 125 164 144 4331
rom an $304-mont~h private I After a slelndid freshman year question of televising college A. Fv s ends. ..The Balboa Bowling League had Pue 168 146 157 471 Q WAHOO Suit
oye allma $ p the nx sprin l oking ffls of the co rence an- center jump first eliminated?- perfect attendance. On alley 7 Banks 163 146 151 400 EElisahesbh Taylor, in "RHAPSODY"
00 a year. more like an old-time announced the league will not division of sparked by Bill "the outfit. 7-9 0 Today! .25 .15 Peter Lawford, in "DOUR 13"
Tayke naert In tha NCAA tle A. he sonuthevrn t he' bBil"e alleys arm 79 03 723

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Once he swung into his pheno- slon program unless the NCAA If a Conferen*e eel'-
manal stride, MAys. whose Anyway, the hassle involving adopt a principle of regional ted 197, with the elfts iomprmitor
enh begins and mends In cen- his pal, Gomes, got Mays out of television nationally controlled, to-lop, when d l es- aoimit-
er field. t bat and on the bases, wintr baseball a bit quicker The Cincinnati Redlegs have Dte t LA M
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ranged from ths to Now Wiae swings forthe traded to Cincinnati after hitting ANNOUN
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The, un ited state ha ydrogecid: ^edL1teopop e ,k nowthed couandyounyI sae"hbham nen ered subtariune, as IIt went to should anything go wrong with ertotmore tanw s
ASHINGTON, Jan"Let the people know the truth and the country is Mafe -aAbrxns incaln. n fMoIAtadIaln _o no
Th Unformted States has decid ,ea w as th leethe tests wl 14, 195u, by fm r tese
to 5 Its fitness tojoin checkingduring the tes

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shower's atoms for peace sent from the steel deck ote plant of the vessel. ed a pt.
; ram, infor 2800-tonNautilus wh it start- Among those aboard when the Te s l
ed down the channel of thb^e Nautilus made its initial t
t true, this reverses what ap- Tha me River and headed Into te were retired ar Adan
Stred to be soundly-based but Long Island s un and na repree n tin g Tboard the saubmatlu a
S unofficial reports last year that stricted test area, the Atomic Energy Commision; W the Ns
w H-bomb designs wouldbe Navy planes and helicopters Cmdr. Ralph G. singer of the ing tls, work
jested at the U. S. Pacific island covered over the craft when vit Nav Bureau of Ups; Ca t er-l a W w
' rvg grounds in the fall of s eft Its dock at the electric Boa t Robert s Moore, bipbui t built b th .
]President Elsenhower in hisly half an hour bore getting viCe president of General Dyna
"n d .t .oree geDiiso of-^e GeneralnD n i 'euperviso t e ric Boa!e Boat e Dgtivso ne d h.r
budget message today a n d WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP)- said he "doubts" the House agrl While he will not provide a possible economies. under way. m ic and A member of the oneral sn ator ot
under wayrental o l e a em o nmand a member of the o-vteveo anadvance
aicrman Lewis m L. rauss of C congressional Democrats- and cultural ap ropriations subcom- break-down until later, he made There aMlo may be a move to Flankin the channel to the ginal Atomic ~Energy Commission. Ids Rose whl h en
e Atome Enesrgy tCommission some Republicans- expressed mittee, which he heads will "go it clear an increasing share of return foreign aid spending to outer harbor were a number of The auxlliary 8 marine rescue to the Nautlus.
yave made It clear the United .disappointment" over President along with" proposed reductions the aid funds will be earmarked the State Departmen t. Coact Guard boats, their one- vessel "Skylark" carried scores of
xtptes will conduct both A- Eisenhower's new budget today. for conservation and the school for Asia. He saidWestern Europe's The Presidet'reest would' pouns manned by crews un- l ews and camera e on M.
bomb and H-bomb tests as Democrats, who now have lunch program. "continuing" economic comeback push total U. aid to other free der orders to fire warning shots first leg f the sea lrils. The
t.dritleg O the sea trials
spons developments war- control of the appropriali ons Sen. Milton R. Young (R.N.D.) should permit reductions there. at slae the and of World across the bows of any vesse a- Skylark was ordered back to doc
rant, committees, generally took the said he "does not like" suggested He noted, however, that t h is War U to well above So billion proaching too close to the Nau- when the Nautilus entered
iut the word nows that the line that the President had fail- cuts in conservation f u n ds ael- country "hopes" West German re- dollars. -s Is in addition to tlusound to carry on alone
t the word now is tat ed to live up to GOP campaign though he thinks the administra- armament will be approved soon. some 48 billion in wartime aid Une the conventional sub- Tu e nautilus able of nelr
oanlytestsplanned scentfor en- unik thei canteasionparstub- The Natius c l
ttmce experiments p Cheduled atunbalanced budget. "about in line with neods." United States will provide the Asserting the United ta t e s noiselessly the u t c water. ast cpecth e glo .I u tto urt-
ennoiselesslytt ahueaprmssisednupaohrlo' oa ambdefiuei Wentt tdp
th Nevada provingg round d. Some Republicans also voiced Young is senior Republican Bonn government wztl "certain plans to put "Increased emph- This was the mrot aificant "at intetValst" d ue nt
These experimental "shot will .regret" that another year of de- member of the Senate agricultur- items of military equip men t" al" on economic aid to Asia, and was the mo nfan t nt s, de n upon
S pygmies compared to the H- ficit spending was forecast and a appropriations subcommittee which it cannot finance itself. the Middle East, the President permittedrvati fcloseviewof wethe trial developent the trng itt embers
W b explosions touched off in they promised to try to trim en- Whitten said he had not studied The President's budget includ- particularly cited the need for as- perm it under w Whothe the d lfa l
tMarshall Islands last spring. ouh funds to bring the budget in- the budget proposals fully, but he ed $3.675,000,000 for new military distance to Korea, Formosa, Iran, craft as it got under wILY When the surface s are Sprn Festival at Morgan's Oar-
4o the ohnnnel were -e
Atomic insiders gave th ese to balance. also "questions" whether the ad- aid com pared wh estimated out- Isra Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt Top s, H n t he Ni a ion Natisa. oily" h, 5 were announced to-
ya:Gefafotbor snrsot Condc ong St- denrfenc chie ebke fo.ra en hr a n b. T d e d'loes; a
ons for no conucting fur- They made clear their chiefministration has asked for en- lays of 3,250,000,000 in the cur- andb. d Nautilus ill begin shallday by Leonard Brocmn
*r H-bomb tests this year: economy efforts will be aimed at ough money fir the rural electrify. rent 12 months ending June 30. He said underdeveloped coun.- Cmdr. Eugene P. Wilkinson andchairman.
1. The 1954 experimentS were the mutual defense program and cation and telephone loan pro- He requested $1,025,000,000 for e- tries need U. S. aid to achieve two other officers who occupied
S ruitful there is nurgen other types of foreign spending.grams." economic aid compared with $1,- the rate of economic prog r e s the bridge, while three officers e Most of th 3 .r th
for new texts now. Tests of Sen. Henry C. Dworshak tR-Ida.) President Eisenhower asked 75,000 000 this year. that is "essential to their becom- and 23 enlisted men lined up on r Po nif t committee ae te to
sbll magnitude and high cost said "foreign spending can be Congress for authority to spend Wi e the new Democratic Con- ing and remaining strong and deck. T. ua tonight in Bishop Morris Ha ]
r ally are staged only when materially reduced." 4,700,000,000 on military and e- gress seems likely again to ap healthy members of the commu The Nautilus poked its wa I Aicon, for progrem rts on
qIportant new scientific or en- conomie aid in the new fiscal prove a substantial foren tign haI ty of free nations capable of t ste r k i reparation, for the r -
ring ideas need proving. On theother hand, there was year tostrengthen "crucial a program, the President's requests resisting communist penetration to the outer harbor then shookhr ,s or to weeks ro t

a me violence. moreover this tic Leader Lyndon .... Johnsonw o. re r help our allies The trials are to last on week VATICAN CITY, Jan. 18 (UP) sZ d
omtry in 195 hopes to focus (D-Tez.) saidiCongress wWihave Tax Cuts In Election Year, Maybe Ip equipping and train, and will be confined entirely to Pope Plus 3in todrdedi fi

a in ad "uth b dgetclaretoe Ie .eet of more than surface operations ch. ckingon af ullmo g tare
on the beneficial uses of a- determine whether it provides 3Udivisi oteoas, 5 mbat vessels the engines, electronic devices, ration of a1long1h Thlomm ie mw i

opon for such e ban hav e q defense money. g drith as e PA an 18 UP)Britain to morrowin M
M e elkm air "adruthrod--hlatesenth Caprenica College olts A nd Re Wlla UI

ie d both at homs-forpeace prand o- et "deceptiven thed ba great ranged WASHINGTON. Jan. (UP) hint of thae n of tax cuts sentotherfreentigo ore ed with WestGrn nd ,
-noafrom the shy b e pLntment." He ad the 10 Presi- dent Eisen hower yester- e ei woulght be asked until 000 phane, nearhip' Hollan tod n moe tht eol rdnal Cof the Mrs.
authoritie s empha claims by GOP le aders that ti-he day charted course toward a has aefirmIdea of how fuchof olyr forces deemed essen- F lrlIen s olaiden for a long period two yei
$Y f 2o .0 deficit forecasbefreth wasordanedorprist& LibblytarychiefshedbefoGeareas dann-

10e6We, however,p theUnted oO o n ew federal tax cut n the 196 a reduction would be Justified
Sahid uchr ,k (m taxo r bl o t h Row:h Ioi c r rc h h tns e n l. e tp om e

M tea isnot likely at this stage c1 wudera a nml oe w residential election year that The budget message did not evident said it provide ae or"w s o -no l ued oe s, a nd rfed G d
So. aR it G restte h ddi y d hlc edtesa der d c-he tuoot o the reto r A lf -te. l-eit A .Gsana ,
of, t hethest- n a b protrhetsl eould htu b b tlr dor noa iifr- progngThsn tourcut pdti por mnhplun- beoornlynch, :h8O
lprop sal ea n military branches of thegovern- a ers e ivin lowe- th e a nd equipment which the coun- a ol r r ar l re-
re u r d Pnce n sesd.anded m ent a he pr whed h re nd a e f t

-h-d ao laftt hhes the w ilionr l s las on porsato n lev was Trnek t 2 thrs o rn n Prem er S etir3m r e ua Iwhol galhm The(
Sn.-SovIet baonon futur e SH-m ay n hre Cadn s The chief executive r also Barners of theiuth g thal t rIe ten ouvide forh- am M sigdo r y ofl lle w dri e, t m l ,D
eo me chirman of the Sae nattit pprotec e th aen .. Seit t mnt'oe -om th-lt AwoiSantd es during the past fiv e years s er Lrestored I n o mo of

wConr rean Ade o d g oe n ot grcal dgt" : ed dorst yea on wn rseorto en it to the chau r e al er res -et it Wt Geoil tho ire Chsrcnfo war- rot d

Hilek Britshfrends. Bnll flsool anot bo aoc o s tu aion persona ode ute whicr oa fehd
e eoh y Msot ati at e poi the wn d a reat d ie f or The Presdent aded r- he effect a Congress e rla mo MCardinal e es ot
dadPtab somed tt t t H side e Pes i." .fa the enn a l ,he o ftof b ncte then mor ine ties um wito others Gnsrenc.y adel 0ahe nc le o i e in- al'indes o tir itrI heai Nev

nIt Colnae no SUrhpa and a noeto ahere sid :...eronl o bu berceduceod ad beenro a pas nger o his m ou c o be.. b. l8 th Rl nand p.revonus was riee brio re .t. es du ore c0ke ,_ a wn
b.orm me r y Clanos denatons m ade n hrnce towing the Iaring otes tout thn fedeainon bhe ad o abxpoy ould us, ns 600 chanes, n arl 0ship ar's Ho l fntaln Co s a e ltn eea, of o tse larea a w
rl oee,Iio-sH Deper in3Asswweewhitah el, bnm. F-f t r b by o th e olncel wcifdn "easta
of India, Burma,e P- definitely d million dollars to help crack come Adefrom regular wa port vehicles and billions of panther arm pool nder a .single ,th sle, ntI.
and Condon esipa ;" noi mn- si-;s 5But House GOP Leader Josephld: down on tax evaders and to subject to witholdng tae R ai oundsa of -ammunition."O ,,h .i 1

boM ut wellI r nuI c- -oor--,- .wi e e Incr---nc--efo--f-or--0--Tez-ommunrs-ew-p-p--er .ar..r ......... w.iie eior --rrt
o v ,saair. the esidn tw sd would veet IoTht p egan toeerm e, Pogeo nnat e o ped
Cliantn Anderson (13- W. Martin Jr. said the budget oseaers t o eeo hs e ld ae oe se a thandard Review ing the overall worldic A weak compromise on tur y aprani twh f e ieaen ad vo a
spective chairman of the a "realistic approach" e v en of some of the burden of mak- deduction for medicaltoo@,hemhhr oefuedr ceb worlnd hlas red se spetksor H

S Committee, said t s balance S we Hor aHrd f ente w n..ou theist r matit t hthoweverrbeforebFran s wetend Preside do. na n a-s Tor n m itee
could make no such a- said the deficit "certainly is not The President, whose budget e oid sa hresad in building the strength and doolin ta e ch s at c e n
olt writh russiaunles ainflatiornmary, which showsthenmessage noted that federal tax- government would compute his Wlnly which inso -important to our ldeam suiting from a hn ee attackrsg- will din chargee fthe tean-
proof inspection system were administration has gotten ," our es were slashed 7 billion dollars tax. b "MyCrls .ro pra m fortheTog Inuormed burces said some tritis and a hernia ofthes
to spot violations.. a finances iundera control." last year, said the prospect of ofrteofCilt a p old. De yha an d nin n p

do not beiev Rsin a Cannon and Rep. Charles A. another deficit In the new fiscal If he owed more than was year nA designed to a d consolidate o rt ofa d 4efly w il u has ed hi st ian elo d a Mia
cont totat. Halleck R-d.), assistant GOP yearnrules out further reductions withheld from his wages, he these gai and to maker fiutherfe or CeeoIngthnel he nnett. the Ida .
leader, clased brriefly on the now.whe said. These sources said Germany. Just before lunch, the 7e- ia a
House floor after the budget was He asked the lawmakers to enced he owed less than was ou r old Pontiff received is o ni
.Cannon renewed prevent scheduled cuts April withheld, he would get a refun g hl stm
Adrityhsr t hdatydow t theenCharathohe
A complaint that the budget was under which corporation levies The taxpayer's only chore meeSngonitartnog at 3 p.m. (9 qawh av hi the a U
s "t0iea .deceptive"ein saying the adminis, would dop frome 52 to 47 per would be to check the govern amee Ut) ,ithr man eon firs c opo the ".u aro P n- nd
couation kin progress to- cent and excite would be trim- meant's computation,oms minister Ludwig E d t a o t
SHaleck objected to Cannon's bacco and gasoline. view. Previously Plus had atten ud
Trip said the President doesn't "oper- that "the present tax take of to reduce the number of times Red Leader -rhard circuated oo,+,,,t-,, r t ed ,b German Jesui
ff,4a that way." nearly one-fourth is a serious each year an employer must re-r to otherconference dde- athe Robert Leibr dring
RD, Ireland, Janhn explained that he otacleto the neessar lon-Pot the amount of income and ROME, Jan. 18 (UP)--CIoIu- igale;s yesterday,'stating We% t which he delivered special pray mHIAOJn 18 )tr -
)-A former U. S. Air Foareswas referring to the budget itself range dynamic growth" of the social security tax he has with- nist leader Palmlro.Togliatti to- Ger lany's objections to the ers in occasion of ato -e-i
nd hi itish bride, e country and must be reduced as held from wages of his employes, may became te 80h Red m re at omemor Ite e a st
wanted by five days adrift ly. soon as psb. He also said tese reports should ber of the Italian parliament g .o agency would control n|-e g up omiem or te tak- a th c- cos wil.
e stormy Atlantic, said to- t John6n sai l balancing ctahe "I hope that taxureductions be .ade ont torrentiallr ainr..sandhe aysnows.
they will try again to sail budget apparently is .a tougher wil be... Stifled next year. Instead of separately. Charges oflcontempt for pres- arms.r r nobfiSe ago.nA w t ld wave Sgrippe te mid-
Small boat to South Caro- job 'than the Republican cam- f so, I shall recommend a ent of Republic Luigi -n rinoe n In the ear afternoon te
Fredn n26 aio n mftrs ohl realized" reducon In taxes to a pread ss nger Fined naudi were formally filed against fwas known to be a inst a _p pontiff will take his cuastoma xs to North Dakota, and
h emFredeWnchmaDfe. others firln amony w alltax- w I bn ned the Red leader with the Milan vision which would permit the walk In the Vatican gardens, m.frii, snowy weather was pre-
savin make 23- eratic Leader John W. MeCor- the most effective to relieve in- CFruRefIUMUl Ito f o onr 60...Re d Iri-erseastThe wes
voyagebut "we'll try again., "I'm wondering when the Re- Increase incentive for effortwe yC T mon The communist newspaper G br Roland PLEU
m6emaranoand- forced a -"" Jansfreig

f M rom. starvation." F 0 m Kingston JACKSON, Miss., .an. 18 (UP), The citizens' councils already Negro leaders have "set as their "bteed up 4 inferior intellect and Ing Formosa's northern ap- w. q
rnin s to Hong Kong new-'I. -A segregation leader proposed have made preliminary plans to goal the passing of the NCegro" & ad blow ou the his1 .. wASM.m.TON Tt.-16 (14)
S tay, three stateless re- r Vis' IS tL..n today that Mississippi white youths use economic pressure on the lo- through "intermarriage" and S In the whn t man's bralia nd CoL Lu Ta. the Nationalist mil- cwZ -. ...
who arrived bS train from I0 i IS UlUS e sent copies of a pamphlet call- cal level to fight comphance with "mon reuzation" of the white a yhl Brady ad e. d. ttt f eatan reported that l n
fodat e w Saturday. said m ore andI .br ed "Black Monuday" which rece.m- the ruling by the LI. s. Supreme race.' 4 wrier also .eprop d that Red i unk n eetssad strong Inn- rss
food items were put on raa. Bria r ob Hall of mends that American Negroes be Court last May 17 against pub- This is a theme taken from Bra. rigid restrictions be put on Iti. iswlon anits wxe matsed nd rth of (eb : 24
ofehe Red authorities the Brith cmand-exiled to 4th state li school segregan dy'lateneighbor Sen. Theodore that r be t Tnd Then r-
... wer of the'CM n area, will The pamphlet, Cir Brady's pamphlet, taking its i- C. Bilbo. b come mls w rhsona ommander, Gen,.L L e
..V. Richer, one of arrive n the C al Mone today cult Judge Tom Brady of Brook- tle from the fact that te high "You can dress a chimpanzee, tait d. cte W idal m.l. had,. rnd t lda e l .'
W ho is e route to from Kingston. Jamala, to at- haven al proposed creation. of court ruling came on a Monday, housebreak him and teach him to abiS ud e lremam "A e i ahen within twor holts m s-e l i
btusband in Brazil, told tend a two-day oonfertoce here orgeaiations known as "The Sons suggested even more drastic mea- use a knife and fork, but it will llrces a-a He sad Initial reports indiat- I a s.s -aies
m however, "anyone who with representatvw. of the US. of the White Magnolia" or "Su sus. take countless generations. of ev- SiSr. a oPf sovereifngnBe .dthat dmage f .S.L,'t .I.. aid _...
^ 6etop exorbitant prices Armed =urack oaYutOin CbNartb- of the White Camellia" to declare luntionary development, if over SM I" b d It was the hnS5 f NI S te S. sew
es..aAly MI types of bean defeie m .atters. "cold war and economic boy- He urged that the ULIned States before you can convince him. th. d h more n s hW .
IIn.le. dd.ites taW L other Brit- cott" against Negroes who seek either set aside territory in Alask a caterpillar or a cockroach is not:NAl I
ts 0e i lNIKon g ish o m n a.wro e. WS Wio- rin mtera t e se i.[awaor the Phd] "bmu y; ^.-y. v *t 2S u. j
Kc ng s- foree as's w Robei* r Pattersnra, a Ulow-Lower California from Mexi "Likewise the social, pltcab Wt maUlS agst w tas *S
V. Xw- ta of the Misis 'Ise port all Negroes 'o t Negso ain Wer'i a s-
e N.l per p o a de s 1 Councilsl babn organ. fr. fighting There,.he. said, the Negro would calannt he.aekno. *
&e: -aim At atp-" s to Nigh-s.sols .ib.,ts sibe, a new state' and"dev
"acdodts area. Ie- S. to the fullest extent of his ability.' or theo oel ee a It Is ,; r
-- -- e se1 _MIM 10"a Mississippi who usu mi load" 's
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