The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Y VofiSt ver rOoliveo occupidd by thecustoian *ENCH .INSPECTR B- Members of the French Army in Tndochina inspect he
w of the former Cafal Zone Otchid rins of DiaLoc-.the dH- after a Communist attack. French forces, recently re-
~~a Gor demnoltismon thoe mar eating, have .t* back ath Reds. The French report that the Communlat-led Viet Minh
Sa W e offepaive. I shaky Ad they could.aslah through the enemy belt at will.________
St rnparation of the the fy
. e nThree PHnamantann tr theg round will reqnre relocation ton' i- H11
interior townl of SantiagUo vowed of that M part o oria Avenuea | ivn tn Me ic
in the ~Elboa Magistrate toutt which runs by the oh Ia Le
that they would never ofUthe -hool. "
thberty Martinez cd the pYIground area wmno n Y UStS Job Held For Robbery
SRoberl: Martinez mid his Wife approximately two and one-bulf I A
austlna, both 22 y ,ac- acres in size and will rvide -, .
pr panie:"a ksez, more adequate, facilities the .
iMrs. Ma ez' 16 lr- alas 1000 children now enrolledn the WAIHINO ~. t. 4 Pa nuIn the tnear future. :
td loa Matrate Judgq Ralboa school from kindW e -.reLeve wo hal s"rt ib itdh Leventon will act in -"- ,,' 7",
Nwae4d 'mtan mWninfg to.Krade six, .. -. uaat' r as cult aselty, tinuing his con. .
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,HANOI, Indochina, Jan. 4 (Ua)-. Frenc
bombers, threaded their way "Arugn the
gorges of ,the Thai mountains tWo in hjr,-Ai
tacks on Communist troops building up for
'on the 'French base of Dien Bien Phu, ,
Dien.Sien Phu, in northwest Indochina, con
Communist Vietminh supply route from the nor
the rebels are massing men and guns for a tecon.w|
drive south into the kingdom of Laos, already .i.
from the east.
The American-built Grumman Bearcats used ijt^
attacks are normally used only for raids in the fl l
Their daring hedgehopping t a c t i c s emphasis e
French concern at the,grown4 Red threat.
The fighter-bombers concen- flareups of activity on
treated on provincial Route 41 fronts. French unton'.-
leading from rebel headquarters bombed Guang Tri 14.
at Hoa BInh, 40 miles southwagt Annam, possible t
of Hana l, northwest to 'Lal place for a rebel atta l
atmu lbar the border of Com- Seno alrbase It n ALiW
munlat China. The rebels had rebel positions near 'It
considered the road almoidt im- hek on t Itegon. 4
mune from attack.
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t d.eafuied to arrive this two defeidants Pvta. flia G i and fonnd
ith 0 S o aof.-afee 4t 6l" iel y h t or vLnR over his duties 21, awh1 Vea iteed,
,. hnwd r.a A atfair officer, Arey Ft. Cla yrfi g ail.
l e d a I normal A aup tpreyloua period :ne
i S the Sce they o ulde r 'teAheydre St b.d- Ia e b i phore enjoyable Their ailegl victim 'was u ua t su
S? were er, dusty em the jour- ld ad. ~n thet- than t wo and one-half de Dios Carvaa a 29-year-old Co- FrWh autherltloa
S, ne but 1t rit pt Panama. lombian, who although he failed to l fit
wa I i abot ttng'ltetat th tO to*' rot trt d irec- t deep faith In the in- appear in court du the hear. onnaise. Mr o e
o* blood l hitting lte o triro w route cita. i. h l t ..direc- fon Servce a truly ef- in, dd show p at thr h l a e
fro: he builtln f t~ IATI was a^ k, fhno-n the real mutuality of in- and his cheek were ba swNtileru [A "Ohristeepp
e fed O#b 10. but U .a TWCA l.L l. i.a 0reat- which exit. between the He said his wallet con lin Pi WI a state of f
Sa first tAe parent of the waa taken t e-Se tI l eoftheUnited States pd keys and all of his iden ation fion" after thftai
noer v- first on cdton pant they do Dlamtae th Afloor has E t a people" of other countries," papers wee stolen at 1-30 '"ster- iunie services for Bruce
as U .0 .n L..iae a .t =04 a 'ftother.countries
it to the U.S. nlt egm ta.Zronot offense in nr aa190 hldttle Theaet.. "- oIn iovin ha n d y Anorn -after he wsa reged. tewart dlin, 10-year-old A- Many of thm l
-ta T te S zon one wii n t f2ar. foors hm 't thus i wth a sinctr .feel- blr aasa near the Cucaracha meri b who was qccidental- o tangled juagle
I wasd-e toSRan dAs defend to left the .e. .ltha -of that I le ave the ignal.tat ly ahot week, were scheduled aa'fed. lntle
.pra. to .thq g th Dirlct ourt Mtin we heard ba been ueljob." gn e and the afhPolice-. t ay. at St. Luke's rel..'o00 pce
s 6f the Coast m I'll sor-ome back Coee drmtor age new Progrian as well a the police recovered the wall Catrl Ancon. ts
Srequeted the ms- ere ." an of the Ca-Ien "~~~oSI In slyt and cooperative amiso- minus te qey. Carvajal c aim-, free, ye
S- nal in 19. .ates, Anerican and Panama- he den't have "i onta' A fta~ to help defray the cost imm toly
-the'Arb ae lan, Workine to*fether in Uaa o" which to get his new i-. of n 10~i tallsatlon (at about lgr tr
.; A w "nhatu howovstterh t cse plateau for the cob. tati do a day) was startedby .
otnoeo, 'r .Td wilehl 1 ( Udae JI am leaving Panama u-t Ie custody h il e s of hi father, the Rev. from the curiosity l
ro (SA 20beer o ku ophon weveroieroe
of afeom r a aare wehw tkeT. oer t y newj ob in the Canal police i i .W..dtod .in
u -tt D 1e .u w the mew G.tbril a fHg / 2neV offers an opportunity eto e abe cW a ea .is ps ,t .esthe urc m cl
tt a T tt lhng and rkle p wasr e rg.a. le n anfront.f ea the of.-sf
," 't" _T"o] r i s. 4sp (U t Ro ,4 i's 4te ll b ta l arsnd better u desbtandinoere e u PPy d club on Central e r 1 w nn j to e rect a braonomd*he.
pol of abtee P t T em o Iratry aplS 8 iha eDc tt!e I have developed atXm- lare act Hig"hwadna he ap etr
n MUM :to (tU in d a eno i h ferret In oh edureelp e across the bridge. A corm tod nm Ir CO CUune. forced to wy. as
hio the lost him tuha a ttac -k Comnfuflste sup ill
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da.y.Ih. wjoldiersset off oua oo They were-
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", g *o f norIth n-Tohon WWrday, be- rdeaeuarad on C. consantly, experience, Inl -.'alkin# when they wre pi up syvlom, bad conditions in '3
aA u t eSuu. will be .by w e a .will be. not Pama and wish that 6 per- Jpoliceman r t ons In yesterdays c.amp sd a
ma. eaB'ufeece. wita tst t Gn1hyO5h at the regular any wical d-ttenrep
SA h ,na ed the so te. a. eSt-t o.era L robedby Psaise. mt was rt'lsal t at the Cathedral OffTCaalad the
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b1 e amd radio, the Ptmaa- e h er t f e d by hempa- forced e p,
Voies we a oen hr re oMhr bees. Leresa in tfe field of educati1 fact The ti-drver w note inl e cmmunon rites
afM .betore emaeun irept teeodnto theCal
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SOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN. President Eisenhor as plenty -
BNuad for thought em e da 3I
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The Maill los is an *e n to et o ret t. t os i. PmigA t e-. o strongly a ut 1r f ts s ool
al1,-' ,are received *da aatally end ma ore aned t a wholly e a g on ke that t most de.I
Sepeed o u sIracate handling t backsta ge
you peaisdaelb Iw w d.llbe. i olt i tn i doesn't appeal thr .. rain Ca. bprev*t ble spat -
plli L ae r epublsbhed im M thie, acesse i e e nl n .high pul canp
Plase try htokemp the lette.. mlieid to ems pop length. 'Tnua ant Is na foreign I
gdtnie ty left n wrbe. s held in strictest coentdence. policy, nor over tarB Joe from whe m o se
& i newspaper assumes no responsibility, tote means as ; o 3r IWiscosin-It's a ter-nd battle ,
I atMer n IMm mais os. over labor policy the Gov. i hf Dem i
o -0 -Do n H-serman Adams blo. in the0i Thiem
SAN AWi B p.LE Whie House and the businessmen I. r -Lota
.SAN AN'TONIO BUGLE who reached into lSrop Mf6r Guin.
Eisienhower, got 1dim S nomina- i Whalt oay
SHappy and Prosperous New Year for 1954 ... tion and financed hs crmpaW. i i d
~ ~ave passed through the most prosperous yearn the him- The Dewey- Adu o w C l i
Sthe United States, but what will the New Year e to woo labor ht- a iaes be. I s
I ome gloom is already in sight and in an overproduction of gia competing thv oi AFL and t.
tomobiles as fglutted the market, and now it's a fight to get 10 political leagues i the votes, boose me
Of the stock on hand and the millions in used-car lots that needed in tIM 's election to rlt lni nato ti
almost as good as new. eatslo of Congress. I m ble
I notice one of the first "Tin Lizzles" Ford ever produced- The business men want dlk to i the old ae
i ging by every day at 20 miles an hour and that's almost the repi ..te cLe nation's labor chiefs he old Nueu
rage speed of our passenger trains 50 years ago. And the own- and reach for the vote. of the I his ran omua
says she's good for many years more. 00 0,dJU non.-mnlolizd workers n in the 4 1 I e o
SThe market is overstocked with many other things,, but there la .d. Rusal
scab an endle. demand for clothing, with so n manf y endless ftr Ithermore, the industrialibsts reputnt o in

ee a slight Oversuppl of beeft and pork with the price outr eaglnte h i ebor leaders. wa i .rNelW
st nood igh; but turkesA that ckens and eggs, while plentiful Ares the o ent obeIke h w ino S lileal
not t oo high. borrowed time. ot untt o e te e o ,
wfuJ nuem w ordlon ourdy are nw ill get stat
I would lke word on o supermarkets. growing January ll you ow wh won't,
tlst, and the expansion shows their prices are too high. In to heeed. OP h te has decided ithert e,
the Here Is how this feud has mti rt t
place, in the last 30 to 40 years, three chains have expanded ^been d se lop ng:I I has been
icratch to from 18 to 28 stores fully paid for and running Early last week Ike met with i b: the D ea
,and only the "Red and Whit" is furnishing the small his cabinet foi a vey u ief 'acus- d that boh
an, who are fast coming to an end. sion of his forthcoming State of enter the
e -w do reason why Texas should suffer for some time with the Union ressa what e lu o neither. Alaski
t eo e are flowing Into the State wtih new money. They should say about slar. Shoi be Demo clti
lIre omes. Then we have new Industries and extension thereafter, Ike met with his labor t- A
knd millions are to be spent on new roads and widen- technieians, the White House labor Senators, two
.1i 9way 80, the one that cuts through the State in the mid- tee ChairAan Sam McConnell and
1 illeA Dallas to Weatherford. North and south from Laredo Smith. Again th.y di .usAed strat-. i Hwaian sal
1d, from Orange in all directions will be four-lane road. egy on thq labor front. L a t s r kan; that wi
Tihre is something doing in the Alamo City t e year round There were ro conclusive long extra Senatd
Our next main event is the Live Stoqk Show In Bexar County term t clsiJons. It wa dr:idBd, r understand wli
etim Feb. 13 for 10 days and I am looking for visitors from however, that there would be no f entuy
..l I know that% apt. Elliot and Luis Martins need some labor message from ike to Cn- U usell ln
Slll6 for thelt herds and that's the lace to get it. There gresl: prior A the State of the Un- Li l nd Sengs tlw
I be fisitbrs from all over the world. I already know that Co- ion speech, whlh would contain man tends to count on his signed, after nearly 20 years, and ple first and just plain people later. muilana p
Smibla. and Argentina are in thp market. o.., few paragraphs on this. e g fingerss at this thie of the'ylf id, udacity was somewhat dim, Bu: best of alE was the wok. .
-A I wish to thank my friends In Panaln and the Canal Zone pirsive l;iue. Ate-. .th _speech iser '. o hsbb'd p who. happened md when u we rew tis sext set ugt we a o sedul e I dn't AWAUAN,
stabbing -p wha.rer Bhae ned med when IWes rei red t teext et wout wit ah shehdule I didn' t tA i
fWiremembering me, even to mv old friend Pete Brennan, and o. t of the way, the feud will break to him in a --tier stretch of Ineas- dlay, on a slightly less ptrkillbus think a Man might finish evin if
S1all un Felix y Prospero Ah 0 Nuevo. ou. all over the White House and ured time he will never recover, basis. Then we more or less tare he weren't racketing around, but A bitter
W. J. WrIht Wa shinton One of the most glum of all feeT, down the houses, cratbd the dogs, the book got published on tie and l1 l. Nebr
sO several cards asking me to write more often. I'll do Inwey Sherman boe'l ? wings Is to check r back,n d rme- .an moved th lot to Euorpi the 30-odd magazine pees gsot could ,up
year.A .. .e...luding key's th- 3 labor Ut'- ber that little, if anything, happen, There was the business of finding writ-and, moreimn tportant, libought 1 ant -
-- op kits, Gerald Morge _oed to im in that perid. a flaist and then a bouse and learn. -and the columns got done and o tbra .
..... ..... .. ..,. Sh. ley and Sen. T. 'a e. ~- 'as glumpes. w :.1 u t affect me ing to speak Italln an Spaianih. the'new book got started. The mov- In t Aff air
ck Martin want the P towhen I checkp on t ptilpr There was thipwaTeoluonine ilg lh ade, atfd'I eah t. p tiera
.send a special, highly e1 .dtad 12 months, As Mr. Tromsn Sppisha Moroco, weh I covere, Butler,, :-so
L -u le "eon I o. to C 1 t he u it las been a dinger an the trip up I to see Al It is cold nOw and m det heds the equ
Ithiso P mvehous Puic iIe.ei o'anuary. ...A = and the sigh is a heartfelt one o if A general was is -trrdng it seeas to the e Senate
Sl. g i ess ago Ikee wal ll relief. Man, I' plumb wo' oat. Tht weas thi bi lbI to f that It a ma took a slow i to r o
oC Congress to makes spe- I s tarted s new year asul- Salt Ferl, w here eeAu sralia to ls fei b on ltal
Downes 1 and tohir followers. These con- king the evi, tent elose by ,.Skh and Papa ip. a horse suggeattont, nte lb, wq.
E1.ons1 would considerably soiten ples wenre two e rlt h people I like, a N was he paql e N Zealtad e _
l be the TaftHartley tA rUR- .red by the Mau- u. I celeb-*at-. f big flag hunt with the May r to sjam I e al r. B ts
Folks-,--, i n]MrJ M Idled~xt foba r 't to win friend insidee labor..edbtbs MVVYe., nvI e tyu0UtMt ,
IBEstr 3dok It rt w old oalnd embr rass mot e.b se ngover by run- of Madri, which tookt Ib Clcan thIe fA ied o in t'
and Rep ublie Congressmen. They are hnt rad had to shoot ors. They 10 AgI. t ers, that man. might t .-However
' a L and election nex No tmber. d been rolling in the mud and There was a trip to fanlsw toi the start of another brisk l t. .de
reia ek s Lr e i r unaL of r md- o ve ue r Hari iby's tae lot of old traties, and the But the main thinI'm thankful his Iev
Mapg rLIded tr cts -w h atwould rest favorable classic: "Perhaps it we shoot e c, at down to Sidi B A, Abbes to few at the close-ot B several mil'- to res.
mbed.a ,. 7W .. A r labor alone. How- the.other two will o wa y." kseover tha' the modern Foreign lion friends, even they don't like 's a r t,
t"e ,theyv against the The next day we atd ho. a Legionnaire plays pin-bae maR -e, who ma possib e a by read- w are mit
w Ph ine Natural Sister's President's specific request for rhino to keep him from ating the is ad trunles anmilk bar. Ing this fir m i iveat comparnao
s*bi .' sland 27 Thinner daughter softer labor laws, they would camera-man. .A Paris aid Rome and London around and a rathrl l odtig or,t or tha
-" 9 Solar disk 28 Irelanfl 41 Property Item, rrpudlatg .-it. Eisenhower. o g0 A couple of nteh passed Munich were fun. and do was gappy New Yea-, elders, and n o e Cs
to~rilce 29 Russian news AS Splash out th ba : e ng a steady anohg the Man-M and came r round with ohn and Hen- I "ever sai a sinee? word thate 1 butler tries
II Church recess 3 agency 4 Carry (coll.) line a eee their nMaj1oe home to quit pt" ty N i, .Te h, eo -f tn ad oirfr T heat. stateh-o
aMe$ 31 Lmprey 44 Mine tntranCe Itye ada pat s- I I scru adup A-rNod bre-o y rough, being circus peo- Chen! .block it out 6
23 Revises 33 Foot 47 Glacial snow just tbi f Tret It hl year. NOT "E
'14 Tn (preix) iAli 4 1urrid A tvhe' ame t~an the business-t lJoe rries,
RAPS25 Century plant 38 Comrt 50Scottsh cap men have betn skating President ln lwa A Mo it L L ll Lla a ; VW m l -di

Sthe' Generl rElectrie oe. S E itoadwa tge Doff di jhe Chidtd k eour" Tp. It Tslgt Aboutt aThoJec or lets.- But tha neco
S- -,thie oter, JayOa to Ike is a'hard-iAJ.eb. ,W.M evrone an
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L ea stitern persists that tB mPhiut eah the most beau- ya A byatt gea threat- Ch riYud Jorge e drv eseq. T rf Senator.
Phm'e at's thufari mCost influen' UB fuo l, ay*I Pol .ar c e..eda lc amth men o.r the E ali a Quar-
r- ..... Th 1 the ma Not Dliver are in- lumbia Beh aa'se est l antego) er. Sh aan- '- h own starC
Sp : c that the Republican t star du .aa tied %-'I T'In e n.or 01 eeundar s,.4aral..,d trdit usual-nb
Ps con and must seek the so. U All r duer t herwhen pens there Jan.dth Be- ly know- a prss edstah (N b as tIlaunert
SIlabor vote next fall through to capil at Sio e hold Rout 4n.i up o rIs It eA Ter-. 4 0 M O lf erl bit) Peatagiia hi
KBtJ step -- i e.onr to t nr ns other S eeth4 u DaveOnro- A em lq e in re t .e same when tase a t; e, avlne Roger Kim, .
|,-'( ; "," I ..Ithat eoee. nnThstt'relatvey fe o way bought Interests -l oil Wnelsv s a t the m foi t i Poet. He eOM

oar r- union officials are the In Txs U, W yo-edi fr yem a. iTn "de rf l. ..,'te ,lag e rheeseuak w .e tht NW '.. -elW ag
.c .!_i-ous weh have the 6-mt llon work Last week lit I wvestS lb .one in troupe. ._ M w ether stairs ( ist- happens ti be a uhiross mary.- soal Chrlst
es rear force The pto deliver ln returnOfoIOr uli It ith gushing r h bar-ed ia-e Chaasl- an.d by var-uing a th woman .i One ohyyouTl
uLtles-- VIto* baey tr~ona t -i onId to their membe rls sal l "ad n. wa r i a. moThe coa. C ee ro. tOp, aew mtatyeS tfl frl S da JO aid your .
a.c i l a' ,*onsts to thee or eceirs a s toant e .,a la bet. .l.lTe'_ -ouages. cdmmtessatt e iie n surveying o tt rnt t. ie with rays a l

I-' -tT .a ltiie poertyeot "now dm ated iela edr.. ra .erd "er 'lta._ n_ Chi .e e. ,. ole Te t t'a Oer.
... the weakening T-hs to give back a. vle heard of the ato7 a. --. to nes o 0 u b:ltagm a 0 :
thi Important dctatohal powers Maureen M atthews a et SIDEu d tve Y dae- tOO

la. I leaders and the public_ tmer!" That'; so old Berla is N. Y, j,.ate Drob t Cl *h5aritJ drunk to sing."
a. S that the GOP must publiclyy wimll to g i.t beat to the colymu- rackets are nha qA..L. h -Al
1 I/.p" between tim Irom. lRed Be k ,lmal a o A t, George JesWl ha. his own 4
*E 1U37 Da3a has n Fears, a ad o Ad"sl ren-
Muse For Old i3 Separate Bids I.. producer of the tou idooAmbersdabal--sons... ear oftil .lrinuan
-, Tw.n eds" show wired Rose L ... _le -in wid l a e leek
Asked On Allen itle (the nation's Bighst. ild Wbb, tm .ac for ay a t
Farnhiusa. wwt Excess Pro, e "wanted to tou in "Separate wMt', n slae 0r,# --j a A dik n ie prdlminary
I Waht Ad r i ed $1.500 per week .. "Wtll pay of "W Toww" and J. i won't be a hit. ..l.that it
The Property Disposal Offiler you $1500 with pleasure" he -L "C .Ca") are will rv too him
-e tnking l vI.Iene no b **separate bids on "foreign ex.eas t rt, "$. 0 I fo r haing. riessure I, "Chnc's M wt ft -- iii
S"h. Tee see se 'em emikih l property" now located is extra" woe'n keiStlh 0*1 et-efl LS iv

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1 ar Ad. Alils i ai uplA UbY S It. "Plicnic," the hit ply produced neM J ler meo a a t rive f th rl
h.e b kedn on lot of for a.ly_ 000_ area. .u a. lti Mt at i i a
Sn1* P o on_ ,if.e.slave i hata ae, rtm fle t Year's v, overture a twa tlg to apply
Ji 14. s in qnulaiplcta tag with Frank CoMt fll, te=W ei.DWaA. AI ills t
laow. li ibee been sbte o 41.. m. Pull, p rizee wia.. W t. .by i e N.Yt, ,

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referred to was he
during t Rossevalt
n .that Thoimna Jef.
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Arafe e I
a the nd
ie when he 'dropild
aoes against sopi oit
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it Lt a voted for
ion a third ter

U, who has a good
e Senate, says that
ell with evublicns
S"ot# swlh on Ha-
eeless, his one vote
olur affairs commit-
ieans that BAwal
rehod, while Alaska

e HawaIan Statehood
blooI.kin committee
8t8. .d
in together, or Sae
ka, they knew, would
l, while Hawaii woul
a tlts four lxtra
Democrats and two
would be added.

itans have wanted
ehood and not Alas-
ou't give them two
Ira. 80 it's easy to
by Senator Clemenu
rai eftool Whepn
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aska Solohs whicl
Hawaiian etatehood.
A. L. "Doc" Miller,
who heads the House
s Committee, isn't on
m.. with. en. Hugh
of Nebraska, who
Ivalent committee in

back t6 lieor's il
,.tihue Wir leti=.t
Ia suces*our to.-%,-
seat -as many others

tier .didn't like the
it a easplriag over
Sheare he was 1u16
itoitli," wh got we.I
. !o. nl) etwea e
aned. 1hey are nt
as on insular a-
atter, anything alse.
i mresmi dclaitn that
Pug h bI.
od, "Dc er wu]
or pure oausseedness.
awail get Statehood,
a, tepablleas, pgow
iat. w 1 uA d-1
e Senator farrlagr
mire for 'statehood
person- and deserves

nd Senator may fool
Ibe a Democrat -
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rd-bolle, no. 2 pan,
bme the bh-r a
posed li ow n t.rir
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my trucks have been sent ba it ,
General Motors because they
iel W Hydramatie ears. W m"
Watits G.M.. tiate-Jt tas. i
as anyone elsea.'. s.Aslt
tary of Defense Frgpklk et
assigned Army& 27d4 N Faen eer
to review ithe Air Force's ae
aion program. Yet the Air"
lsi't alowed to double
abd Tavy & te don.
We t an t ...
organized a H l unit
.... The U.S. Navy wi ill
van Naval vessels over to i 1
French forests J
monthh as part of a b .i ta
brin more military t
the Communitst g i.. 8
Scretfy fthB

furloqs over McCarthy's tactles
probing the Air Force Radar eater
at Rome, N.Y., aid b u
our-letter words to "
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mneetint here to plyG
to "the experience the
lutionary movement Ip "
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,N .t.. an ) r thby "a oust Dewey, who manth or va -sf.W
1 ys amia. hstor, .ithd.. ee t Ruh Are-,
r ikjth e state Le- presentatives mO help rest cbn- The palty of -!a -ls a
-^ Bl-o n-re for an elec- of (3ofgraus from the Re- women id.. bluea .l tfik
atcould proar publicans danea pwal a d
h natioiat po- Dewey day decide not'to ~r two uTis .Pit era. -
S a fotb term this ar, but va c gbuu a expect ed to dr- -
.-f. tR~e ho10tel will work hard for rive in Bombay ThurSday.
_Ui9, of the Re- in of ,LReoublcgn gov-
:bhb caLn .ew York is at nd Oos hsmre
for the d er, M Wliam2 r inke -the dative asuuion, q.a position am ,e e,:M.r. -
j.....1 t. 1 the o ... ..E.... ... .n.
to ....... ....t-o be.. ". .natetrle- m -p LpaJ, advim.
DE *I rsX eedler retrn of the Caal Zone Btnch of the th n by e factor those elecw Sme RNh-=tamin s a us i- -U E
D., Mrs. D. P. eeder of N-tI.nal League of American Pen Follon t ereh coming up in .November In pets Uve Dwe t
Be j Vtaretged ey Satuor- IWomen will bheld i tomorrow at mnts NewYorker will choose o, e for
da4 g *y iae from the :30 .%. in" te ttQe Gallery of Morn a overnot and. their higet- 4i'f Pres nt ElI-T
Um Stes er hey.spwt the the-Gotel Tivo, Won. hu e a to 'oCongress. .A to -'ca I t
aeason-witte&heir daegGtmrh Democrat believee this Its
3xr c.Uree ',Prinelierl. in Mi-,- Coedy-:Wed.aday Night A ^ B rS F --dral of JL on.willr old
Ma, Faoda.o .- os os w open at 7:00 p.m. da're:.fl -ad F,.- he-m- -: zmo crat^c
-. ... .o' Wednesday vening for the one da at -'6 m ".- .. .- en F rt ".Deocratic
lull. Ashemeun .. owing of 'Dlgg agp The Dirt,"., _'ig g nl.enum nol" /]aah in an-
Ir. and4 Haold E. Full- .th faree-coinmedy withewhch the Biuo We ",L--". .i Mcratle pro-eo
mana, former of the Caqnl Zone IaTal Zone Jurnor Cllege wrill er e weeldy Bingo spon- Aroee. FA -Rl-- ...ti. ve season -
and now of drtlmd; Oregon, an- etln the 1954 Theater season. scored by theN, C. O. Wives Club c1 Wenway and for
nounce tho birth of a son Dec. 29 ca of thirty college students. of Fort .layton will held al 6cm al n
in the Pond hospital. r under" the direction of Subert Tur- Wednesday at 9:00 p.D. at the i m ampagn
This .th irst grandson of.Mr byfiffl, will present the laugh-show, NC.O. Cluab. The public is invited. S"Now rram .run drawn
and Mras, George P Fulinan u ofM th a matinee in the afternoon for N O u .. .p '.. t-eestwith Dem- 6
Balboa. s hool students and the night show. All Star Cire ,umhe)n pour Vincmeebt it .th*s have orc I o-theLegala-
1 -in for adults beginning at 7:30 The regular thly 1 pot-lue k arrived on the .i to n- t400eand lead-
Mr. and Mrs. Lince tertaln _p... 1- .eheon aft tbe 'Star Circle will duct tradition l Ic Mi l r; fa rmand
Mr. andMrs. -Artur Unce ofbhe held Wedaesay -at lie p.m. at sons which iext* undta. l a designed to
Campo Alege wre hoots.for a About one hundred seats on the the ScottiUh Temple, Balboa. Three eof. Citholictpriests 0he wfealve*
buffet supper given at'-their home center aisle are reserved at $1.00, are well-kInown on the aIthinu: uea t Shed 2
on Friday evening for the em-i :th ali the rest of tite theater be- Bridge Tournaset Tonight Father James Murphy, a for- widem 'iteeing at sme
pl jyes of the-Continental Shipping Ing "general admission" at 75 The regular weekly bridg tour- mer Arn-y, c served as a ha rlwil ,ich were own-
Corporaion., cents.. ncment will b played this eve- missionary pri th'e Intelror 3 p inept Re- 91 -A
*et ". ebekan U n at 7:00 n. the Card Room of of Panama for years. After public '
Sebekah Cb Noee the Hotel vli- his asslgnmeit anam, he t 1 -M 9_ C A
TJo llregto terB Isthmian Canal Reekah Lodge wa stationed in' A tolie
,To% lrgla nth n f No. of Balboa will bold a meet- Art Class Open Wed ay school for studlea ga tu ng for
M n Rtilnt olngwso n i tomorrow at 7:30 :.m. at the "ra. Betty Bent .open a new the riesthood In Princetn NJ uF W
who hA sOWirz Mumorial on Balboa Road. oil painting classaWedne4daya otrehomeBansahe d, Uw.l dvC
E a i dselo whohas bo58 n b e s1p h their Ralph war an| C A
wng re th who as with The out-going officers will pre- 8:30 to 11:30 am. at. her home t Rmanw a
JntP ^the, aristmas1ol.1 swysh aide at this meeting, at which time 209 Gorgas Itoa further Om' membr of thef Wal anrrv B-n C
his ttsl, left Panama Friday plans will be made: for the install- action may be had by telephonig which preched thAlAt mission A-re -
night ane t turn e ation w o r 2-1threet ywiars go. ,He was then Buenos Aire s
U cited t a *here he IiaSe- '"he meeting will be followed by -- stationed in Groveport, Ohio. Uue A i
Jor' ate te Gefgia Institute- of a social hour,' Refreshments will and after may supceasful
Technog. be served. .1 preaching assignmnita in the BUENOS Al8tES. Jan. 4 (UP)-
-Fienland T o' rmid-western states.e. was call- Nearly 14.000 students from oth-
Visitor ntleras To New York Bato m Decorating Class d to Philadelphia where he er Latin American countries arm.
Mr. and rs. Arthur Payne of Thursy To App r Monda preached a soleifn novena in gettinR an education at the Un' ALL
Diablo have had as ti "r hruie The Bates Decorating Classes of honor of the Blessed Mother at versity of Buenos Aires, a survey
et f.r jhe Mpast two weeks Miss the USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv- At WIlB Ce the Shrme of the Miraculous showed today.
anl Comstock of Nt: Yoric City ice Center, La Boca Road will be TJW' fC nte Medal in Germantown, Pa. Reasons for the large Influx of -
1. ConUtbck left Ohp I,-Imus rea;med Thursday .evening at 7:30 Latin students here included:
ay to return to the Uqited p.m. under the direction of Mrs. TheF1'einlandTrio wll be pre- Father James McAvoy -is still universltj education is free in
tn s. seated in a program f chamber remembered as the former poa- Argentina many of the students
music at the Balboa USO-JWB tor of St Teresa's church In Co- are political refugees, living ex- W
einlabnd TreIo Armed 'Forces* 8Srvice' Center; call He labored for three years senses here in terms of Arge-nCHECK
To resentt Concert Manday at 8:15p.m. on the Canal Zone and afterfin-tine pesos are cheaper, over-
prsnFeinlandeTrio" cw berIee sli' S e P a ishing h's terrm,_e Va -.lin*dl- crowding of facilities In other AND ,RE I
presented in a concert of cha Prof. andMrs. Alexander Fein- telassigned tothe Mission Latin Aercan universities.AND REM
mrisle at the USO-JWB Ared In 0 eW land. whp withini Han Janowitt ,Band in Philadelphia. Father. A breakdown of the visitin-
ForcerAee Centeray, an o a retak r makeup the trio, are scheduled McAvoy was also a member of students by nationalities showO-d OUR WE
Road, lbodon Monday, January t 1 aa o leave on a concert tour which the Miflion Band which daw.e 4,000 Peruvians, 2.500 Venezue!- U W
11 at ..00. p.M. arare will. take them to .England and from the United States in 151 ans, 2,000 Colombians, 9 Para-
.g-';ers of the Trio are rofe- to Mrs. Feinland's .niktve coun- to preach the last Mission. guayan 500 Bolivians. 400 Costa
so Alexander' Feiniand, violinist ROME, ~an. 4 (UP) -:- Premier try, Holland, somet.time soon. Father James Twoomey if the Ricans, 300 Ecuadoreans, 150
MN:. Feibland, violin cellist; and Giuseppe Pella o .Italy made It superior and director of the Phi'- Braaillans. 80 Chileans' 80 Nica-
Professor Hans Janowitz, -pianst. clear today that he wants to Th, program will consist of: adelph ia-Misalop Band. It is the raguans. 60 Salvadoreans, "20
General admission is $S.00, 50 reshuffle his "caretaker" cabinet Trio op. 1 No. 2 in 03 by Beetho* duty of father Twoomev to see Guatemalans, 10 Hondurans
centj for stude ts uand, in keeDuin of experts to give it a broader ven: Duetto No, 2 by Stepheh that-each carried out and smaller numbers of Haiti-
wi'h the policy of the USO-JWB base without undwe prastre Paton; Lullaby 'fr violin and n all Its details in the pariah arns and Puerto Rican s.
-carge foJ, Democrat eParty. in c op, 87 by Jphannes Brahms. The ilssiop- for m e n in. St. Ing the largest number of stu- .TE
SPella, a Christian Democrat General adisaton is $1 and Mary's pariah will begin on run- dents, followed by dentistry,
Pe Woen sliness Meeftg -himself, reiterated his stand last 50 cents for. students. There is day night at 7 o'clock and wi b agronomy, veterinary, architect -
Al e 4 '1 iVght In an important nmeting 1.0 adnuiosisgacharge for military oreahed.. by .-Mrs. Two9mev and ture and engineering.
at nearby Castel Gand.lfo "-with personnel. M rphyLThe.morning mass dw r-
rfer premier AMelde de Gas- .1r T r InR the. isalton- will be at &i:- ..- ,. '. (.
y4 rt n$ dltletptrty lekded,' am,
In6rmned sonrcer said tha T .
S4AKE fRIENOS Pella rejected at least some of ,1 The mlssion.for women in St.
the party's nominees for cabinet osep4.'s parigh.. Colon. also will
r' Dosts ih the reshufflEd Cabinet. begin Sunday at 7 p.m. Fathers
The noted economist who sue- Eichman and McrVoy ,will be the
needed De Gasaptt last August misloners with the morning
during a governmental crisis mass at 5:45.
With the understanding that he ,
would hold the job' only tem- TheF egulr nmeoeng of the Definte periods during the da"
porariy, .was reported tb have Isthmlan Nursee Asbocation will will bhi et aside' for spiritual
asarited his Independence of be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. guidance and counsel.
-R party rhachine rule. In the I. N.A. Room at Gorgas Cathollcs have been 'qrged to -
Tie sources said Pells force- Hospital. :- attend, this mission during the
Fully asserted that as long as he Col. Avery P. King will give a oast mopth in the varieos.par-
is tlhe Premier he will !not allow lecture oh urological equipment ish churches of the. Vincentian
p anyone .else to select his min- and its use. ",thera.
-stersfor him.
At Ft-yo g hias pro- Pella and llas party's leader-
sed to a rl and been accept- ship are agreed on the nee' for
d t Is to him to ask. to have a reshuffle or a new Cabinet.
C tal dif Her father. He need- .The difference Is over exact]'-
't, in for the old-fashioned, how much control the party .
L have -our daughter's should have over the new gov-LA Y IN
Id Nl manrra?" But ne ernment.
should til the fa r that he Js Observers gave Pella better R i 0 F
ln vye with bis daughter and than a 90-50 chance to win if ra N
wl^ beat to make herb hap- the slasues cornmes to a showdown. D
ty JL.tI1 him about his job They felt the pa ,aty llbadly e e w oe w --- C"S Y W HAVE CATALO GS
Sans r the .future. 'shaken by its setback In last I L W E AV C ATA
|S e aso a f rjont t h know as year's general election, will not
Lwhbjproposea. take over that the present unsettled political t. CL WE E C
uab nslemi-dhye situation. th- dae" he Upoulr Pli

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fW YYORK, Jan. 4 (UP) -
iqwteen major American tobac
..go. paniet announced yester
.they pre Jointly establish
1 iLesearch committee '
e a scientific Inquiry inti
h effects of cigaret smoking on
j companies said the corn
would examine the the
anlkin cigaret smoking witi
X cancer.
n.- display advertisement
Ieed ir. newspapers across thi
orttry. the companies said
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that cigaret smoking con
stes co the disease and thai
lmaco over the years had been
Aimed for practically ever:
"Regardless of the record of
le past the fact that cigarel


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- smoking today should even be
- suspected Ais a cause of a serl. -..
- ous disease is a matter of deep .- AYNOI
- concern to us," the statement NE4.Food ad I
3 said. c
o The committee's research ac- He'sri
i tivltles will be directed by a it sa N" -. t favrte
scientistt of unimpeachable in-. r f a Nisc s rettra' eat.
- tegrity and national repute," the ing in- 1954 you nygglt want to
- announcement sajd. make. .
n "In addition there will be an Glagerbrdid-Applesa- ce Cake v
advisory vroard cf scientists dis- K q81 c ak e
s Interested in the cigaret indus- Makes 8.llae cake
Stry," it dded.n group of d One an three quarter cups
d tinguished men from medlclinsiftedanlouree quarte dy
- science and education will bein. sifted a'flour. t, 1 onalP dry
- vited to serve on this board. bmi p no akn
t These scientists will advise the baking sod,oo.e, 1bak. I
committee on its research acti- a ," spoon ca, e tapoon
vities.".natmeg, % cup aMig, eup
The tobacco companies ex- hot aler, cup applesauce, 1 P
f pressed confidence that the eggot cup sug cup molasses.
motion they planned was not in eg tgctug i-oupnonf.t dry
- 'conflict with antltrst laws. nIk powder, salt, baking powder,
Business reports recently dis-tsc, aginge, tcin. on and nut.-
closed that cigaret sales dropped meg.'Melt shortening in hot water; i
2.0 per cent In the United State.i add arplesauce. Beat egg in it
applesauce. Beat egg in
last vear New York State re- large bowl and gradually add
vtaled that tax records showed sugar: beateuntil thick and lemon i
its residents smoked fewer cl- colored. Add molasses. and apple-
arets than In any peacetime year sauce-.hortening mixture; bleid t
since 1935 well Stir in sifted dry ingredients 1
The advertisement run by the and beat until smooth. c
tobacco -nmpanleE was entitled- Pour mixture into 8-ineh-sguare
"A Fran Statement to Cigarot pan and bake in moderate oven
Smokers" It pointed out that re- )35C degreci F.) 40 to 45 min.
cent reports on experimezits with utes or until top springs badk when
mice had given wide publicity t*~ lightly touched with finger.
the-theors that smoklne Is link- Fcr apple lovers, here's another n
ed wi thcancer. ent y. It uses nonfat dry mil'-, a e
It then qidded that eminent plentiful, inexpensive source of the h
physicians and scientists have milk solids. '
publicly questioned the signifl- w
chance of these experiments. Cheese-Apple Crisp lI
"We accept an interest in peo- Makes 6 servings) D
pie's health as a basic responsie- 1
bllity, paramount. to every oth-r ;our cups pred, sliced apples, d
consideration In our business,"
"We believe the products we;
make ar.: not Inlurlous to hesltii
"We a-ways l'ave anri always
will coooertte clorelv with thos-
whose task it is to safeguard the UNITE L F UIT
public health."
The companies said the crea-
tion of tne research committee Great Whi
would be in addition to sunoort
already neig gl.-en to invest a-
tion of tobacco ure ard heelta
The I companies iolnt'" n NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
the inquirv are Ar-'rlcpn Toh"--
ca Co.. Benson & Hedge<- ErlJht 'S.S. "YAQUE" ............
Belt WarbhOuse Assn: Brown & "S.S. "CHIRIQUI' ...........
Willianmor Tohpccn Corp.. Rur- S.S. "LEMPA" ..........
lay Auction Wrehouse Aen : S.S. "LEVERS BEND" ........
Burley T ,bacco Growers Con'er- *1S.. "SANTO CERRO" ......
ative Assn.:. L'-.niq & Prothe.:q S.S. "HIBUERAS" .. ........
Co.: P. Lorillard Co.: Ma"'lndI S.S. "LEON" ................
Tobacco'Grower; Assn.; Philip,
Morris & Co : R. .T Reynolr'- TO. andin Ketrigerated. Chi
bacco Co: Stephano Brother.
Inc.; Tobacco Associates In'-.
and United Stat". Tobacco Co.
Lobsters, v. h once e'e- -
thought to do little ocean fravel- S.S. "CQMAYAOU"'......
I:~ drift hundreds of- miles as i S. ":. yPAN'" .........
t, spiderlike lobsterlinn b-forc e .SAN... .
seotlidi down to the sea bottom. S.S. "LOVELAND" ..*.........
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grandma Never Dreamed Of
Every so often -%me man sounds
B on how easy women have it
day. And whenever he does he
ags great-grandm.a into the pie-
....and tells ALL she did
nd the house, without the help
modern labor-saving devices.
Never once have I seen listed
one of- those "shame-shame"
'tlcles all the things today's wife
jaMd. mother does that Grandma
j.Rever dreamed of doing.
1ere's a partial list, and it is
reny a small beginning:
..' On Chauffeuring. One of the
0-au-jes that makes the modern
(Iother's life so hectic is hauling
Scas from here to there. and back
11 ,ian, h e r e great-grandma's
eh.l4dren couldn't go on foot after
ing the chores, they didn't go.
When Mama started driving the
fainil*l car all that was changed.
-' 'vo. daily baths for
all.the children. Grandma lined
e-.s up once a week. For today's
SMora every night is Saturday
'2.iree. Keeping tip an activ eso-
" ci-*! life. Grea.--anc"na's enter-
.tainniig was pretty well taken careI
o: f if -he brought home some gueaLs
f-rom church for Sunday dinner
aal took her turn at having the
s '.ving club a hber house when
her name cam. uo. Big parties
were community affairs. To keep
in the social swim today a wi'r
hae to be able to entertain nct
on'y often but make it look effort-
Sles, too.
Today's Homemaker Shares
Husband's Interests
Four. .ShrnE her husband's i'n-
tertstp. When Grandpa took his
aun off the wall. Grandma proba-"
y didn't ever ook up from roll..
A g .out her pie crust. BvUtodsa
MaWt got her owni'guns tfPap3
:s'a i her own golf elubs if
S i a t to be a w1
,..-''i1!,r pwivflshlng tace '
t FiNe. Irvin on commitee
O&1* c commttees
Sage bouse today serves
a time is stagnerl
at, a heart dv tS
'.a. party for the~. 171
and the next he's ervi4gh
blood ba '-. etc.
x.. Keeping beautiful. Whan
Grandma put on a fresh dress and
wdered he, nos- she was ready
.go. Taday a woman' spends
a time and energy on her ioks
after a% married than When she
I 3 m. rridge market.
tl womn con take if
But that list is at least

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dt:Iee_ttA, OkLd., Miss M*at w a i
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'.eriao' of- Amarillo, Texas, Miss the Bergers were Mr. and Mrs.
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S.,s ie by Mr.: Mrs. John
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idence, Sat,-day evening. The af-
fair honored. several .visitors on the
The honors were: Lieutenant
and Mrs. Wliam Middlemas, Mr.
and Mrs. .Robb Stewart, Mrs.. A.
Rogdal'. and riss I:.ten Stering.
Third Batallen Officers
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Lieutenant Coone=4 and Mrs. W.
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from 11:00 to 1:00 .mn. New Year's
Day. Their guests were the officers
and their ladies of the 3rd Batal-
lion of the 33rd Infantry and the
instructors i-- the General Warfare
Trainin. Service.
Sixty guests called during the
r morning.
Mrs. od Leaves
For Texas' ,-* .
Mrs. James P. Dod, of Marfa,
Texas, who has been visiting her
daughter and son-in-lpw, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Thomas, of Gatun left
by plane yesterday 'to return to her
hom e. w : '. r "p *- L
Before her departure Mrs. Thom-
as entertained with a luncheon for
he. mother, and .Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.
Dowe R. Walker.
Succesiutl Dances
A gala time was held at the
Elks' Club New Year's Eve when
175 members, and guests danced
until 4:00- a.m. to welcome the
New Year.
Nathan Ashton,- Exalted 'r u to r.
lead the 11:00 o'clock toast, which
was followed by a buffet supper..
When midnight was heralded Mr.
Asthon, as! t old, year, and Mr.
George Tully as the New Year
ir.sde a "dramatic" appearance.

Miss Miretta Cheek and Mr.
Loreto Cellucci won the door
prizes, and Mr. and Mrs. Evans,
and T sorn Thomas anz d his partner
won the spot prizes.
Traditional Dance
At Strangers Club
The annual New Year's Wve Ball
was held at'the Strankers Club and
the large crowd danced until 5:00
St. Mary's A ime Me t
Sba ky's Aliae w ol Its B .ttly meeting at 7:30
p. pr ropr in the parish ball
of -' taelous Medal Church
't elected president,
trlTI i*~in Beverhoidt. will
preside and final plans for the an-
n 1 dinner wilJ be discussed.
Mr. and Mr. McDerendott-
Have Diamer Party
MrJ and Mrs. John McDermott,
of Gatun, gave a New Year's Day
diner at their residence.
Their guests were; Mr] Floyd
McDer.i itt, Mr. Edwin J. Comp-
ton, *ith Pat Karl, and Neal of
Aeon aod Mrs. C. Comptop of

Emblem Club. Meeting
.CrIstobal Emblem Club No. 52
will hold its regular business meet-
ing at the Elks Club, Tuesday, at
7:30 p.m..,
Cristobal Women's Club
The Board of the Cristobal Wom-
e s Club will hol.' its regular
meeting at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow at
the Red Cross Building.
The re gular Club Meeting will be
held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at
the same place.
Literature Group Of
College Cub Announcement
The Literature Group of the Ca-
ribbean College Club ,ill meet at
the home of Mrs. C. D. Cheek, to-
morrow at 7:30 p.m., House 382-A,
New Cristobal.
The topic wll be George Danger-
field and iDt vl J. Mays, Pulitzer
Prize winnerh in history and bio-
graphy a 1991.
Yesterday, Departureg
Ensign Omar Franklin, who has
been the houseguest of Mr. and
s. Fred New -rd of Gtbtn, left
by .ne Sunday to return to Pet
sacola, Fla.
Mr. Pa Engelke, who has been
spending the holidays wi his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs.; George En-
gelke, of Cristobal, left to resume
his studies at the University of Ar-
Charles Millspaugh, who has
been seeding the holidays with
h7- parents, Mr and Mrs. Edward
Millspaugh of Gatun, left to re-
sume his studies at the Universi-
ty of M'jsissippi.
The planet Mercury revolves
jut the sun like the mod around
&, earth, _wtng ate
same face o. the suL, Bpt s
temperature in O ftMay
wer- 800 degrees Fa h on
one side and ear rbi e zero
a the other.



wearng i d"v 6 : e evening
number in the kind of decollet-
a 5V..
eart auits RUth right down
"I may be the demure wife and
mother balsk home in Holly-
wood." sild-Rubh on the "Blow-
Ing Wild" 'set at Churubusco
Studios, "but here Im just a al
named Sal and what a gal!"
Ruth, whose spn, Richard Ro-

steps before the cameras after
temporary retlrpmn" lor ma-
S"I love being a wife and a
mother, but I'm not ready yet
to settle down to complete do-
mesticity," says Ruth. "I still
vant to be an actress. with es pe
'cilly stimultg roles sa that
11ll feel like an actress.
"Sal s dynamite. a good A-
merican girl stranded in a bad
Mexican town,,,with every wolf
within milet after her as fair
game. She has to eat, so she be-
comes a blackjack dealer and of
course lady blackjack dealers
can't be wearing Mother Hub-
bards, so there I am in thi#
beautiful Kay leon creation la
red crepe. And fuOdli, with Bar4
bara Stanwyck for ary Cooper
doesn't hurt a bWitl
Ruth admits: though, that
much as she Ilket pla-ylng SaL
she was glad when she finished
Ihe picture and was at her way
ack to Hollywood. .
"I love Mexico -City and I love
the picture," she declares. "But
how I miss my husband and my

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"BlowtIg Wild." which opens
Thursday at the Central Theatre,
features Frankle Lame singing
the title song.

Martin Sees Drastic Cuts

In Spending, Some In Taxes

WAsmtcITOt, Jan. 4 (UP)-
House Speaker Joseph W. Martin
sr., predicted today the EIlsen.
hower administration and Re-
publican-controlled 83rd COn-
fr~es& l.. Almh. government
s8e enough tO
new tax cuts this
chusetts Republican
Ssia B Republican admin-
istration will keep the country
"out of a shooting war" in 1954,
prdvlAe !,fullest national securi-
y."'ind maintain national pros-
perity. (
Martin made the statement to
a reepOq vhen.-asked what "ac-
=om onghoiits" he expected
froiwthr elet year session of
Conrsta 'e convenes Wed-
Ple t saenhower will out-
line te administration's po-
gram ln his State of-the Union
message Thursday and then
make specific reaurests in at least
,see. special messages covering
egehl matters as. taxes, farm law
a*d Taft-Hartley revisions.
The chief executive, who has
returnefrom his Augusta. Ga,
holiday, will give Cabinet memo-
bers andt OOP congressional
leaders a review of his State of
the Union' message this morning.

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with Errol Flynn


He will report to the nation
via radio and television to-
Mr. Eisenhower then will con-
fer with Democratic congression -
al lIaders tomorrow morning in
an effort to win, bipartisan sup-
port for his defense and inter-
national program. He may suc-
ceed in some measure on foreign
policy. But many rows were ex-
pected on domestic matters.
He said the new tax cuts would
be in additin to the expiration
of the excess profit tax and the
10 per cent cut In personal In-
come jevies which went into ef-
fect Jan. 1.
Democrats and Republicans
also differed widely on what
would or ashotld be done on these
major problems facing the Con-
gress and administration this
year: ,,
Prosperity or sreesr-on Repub-
licans said they would maintain
the "generally good times" and
are prepared to head off any de-
But Demoerats said the na-
tion now ln in a "recessliwn"
and action is needed "quickly?
Fartn: Republicans said they
would solve the problem "satis-
factorily" with out "drastic'"
changes in present price support
laws. DerW rats said the admin-
istration has done "nothint",and[
must act promptly to avoid agri-
cultural "chaos."
Subversaves:. Republicans said
ongressional committees are
doing 'a arqd job" in uncover-
ing subversve activities.
Demoerats called fora ioiM


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Out Six More

WAS4 NOON. Jan. 4 (UP)-
Th1 Amierkean Politial Science.
btdtib announced ay
that it will granM, six more O!4OO
acdhlarships for young polttcal
sclentist- and journalists to
study the natlopal government
The six chosen 'will serve as
interness' on Senate and House
committees, In tle offices of sen-
ators and representatives and at
the White House.
Applications must be in by
Feb. 1. Applicants must be be-
tween 25 and 30 years old,? and
have majored in political stienee
or are currently working in a
newspaper, magazine, or radio or
teleIuio,.compaty. .
* The asrociation awarded six
such achtlarsicips for the 1953-54
academic year,
K NSENGTON, Cbnn.~ (U. P.) -
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(UPEV.) Cl M. L Dcle PS ..s reign as 4Ueen of
DENVER, Colo. (U.P.) -- Ms.fthe west in TV, radio, 'm oi v I1e
Eva Welbourne, a Denver P houses and eve- eny arcade
teacher who has found that thih mahle Judy nova's defi-
rd will respond to some- snit through with thtd sixshooters
g besides aaGe. fingers, is"de-d-ad Ie-SAdrumh.
ng muc of her time to mak- m Two y ge age Ju* : and 'Be-
pthe 4 s t e stu d" dede ed she Wo0ld
e the stunts ,at th 81a Hopkins character-
boulie Music Centev for the Rn- aucn ad bust ut as "Queem
dicapedt herehas neither a ds at the Cow'is," but now Idy's
nor ieet. Butheleaned to P L sa
the "MssouriWal"ina iA f "I'm finished with that. Don't
blThis parti' r student by i t mL wrong. I love horses. I
era l encuraged bys h as t t want to see somebody else
d lrm use on he ooks attack d op ride 'e. A nag threw me once,
toISriarma on the keys and oper- 7. & did -it."
as e iflo "The Hot Heiress," Judy's new
hifti hIs weight forward and film at Republic, will find her
backward on a board extendedplaying it for straight comedy and
from 'the stool he sit on. .i thanking she wil discar4 the
Similar contraptions and gadg- sili and cowgirl pretense for
etsa are used by Mrs. Welbourne tse for,
to teach less extreme caseS.- "'m d la p film. It was a
Onthe nt, fr ample lacks good little thing, but nothing that
the abilityto do thin with wouldn't ket lost in the rush. I'm
fingers. But he can grasp and hold d c^ l e n i tow whether I'll do
onto things. In his case, a potato deg right ow whether go on film. do
Il used. H" holds a spud in both alive show or go on fmberin
hands and strikes the keys "with O Wom, to life."bc
them. The result is msk. A sit- is th teth
ple thing like a doorstop has been dne genickmtr, who has been
user 0 other cases.e
Mrs. Welbou*e explained her around since movetown was an
idea'to h teach handapd orange grova an Vine street was
dentas-ps tq. use that W14A they a shady Jane.
ha ve work with ap make them Blaek her's movie emoting goes
forget about the physical faculties beck to the "Perils of Pauline,"
they dotn' ave., but he switched to TV two years
Tbe "Stiter Kepny of the, piano ago when tadm sound staves went
keyboar," as she as been called, dark. Now working in "The High
opened her un a music center a-l- the Mighty," he's predleting
here last ember. She started new- future for big film hits and
with six. stuaens and six piano sna:
teachers. The teachers have no "L all the years I spent in
physical disabilities and are taught Hollywood I never had a role that
to spread Ms. Welbournes way of would sweat a mouse to play. But
teaching the handicapped now Hollywood knows it has to
The Idea of teaching handicap- rake great filhn with great roles
ped persons to play the piano came to compete with TV. For the first
toMrs. Welbournei by 'accident- time, there's a premium on ability
whie she. was playing one bf her In Hollywood."
husband's favorite pieces. H-erjhus- Scores of Blac'-mer films are
banl, who was in an. adjoining playing the home-screen circuits
rooim at the time, was amaidd to and he's chuckling: "People say
find 'out later she..was using: only t. me. .'You 1. 0.' I tell them.
two fingers, one on each ,hand. '*ou know something? I was.'
Before coming to DenVer last
August, Mrs. Welbourne worked Constance Smith is turning on
with the handicapped in New York th; s- appeal after refusing tM
City, her birthplace, She tried bet be a hip--viggling; eyq-rolling doll
theory out on _a" small scale at from almust the moment that Fox
Goldwater, Memorial'Hospital and ported her from London.
at the Institute for Rehabilitation.
Mrs. Welbourne hopes to extend
her work over the nation. She al-
ready has won support from lead-
ing musicians and those working
in the rehabiUation of handfi- 'Fsl
capped persons.

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ppy, on't have hey'd like
the voice. Bt that like
said I could act be .i
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off vet Director
di brc tors on movie
"Pe must go obablya': take ta
heppy, too. They'd like te:'
cut down a bit. But I SW
My next movetor s theo
p-oduce. At that 7I ]no
great."o the freedom
Let it fall lk a fire to.
th" camp of Hbmlywood r
wo veteran Directors when--
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mpgin Chairs. $15.00 each. FOR SALE:--1947 Tudor Ford Se- Mielhm eos fense Minister and was deorat- I
os beautrest Mattress, dan. $575.00. Telephone Balboa Hou--ei on beach;Sornto Clari.mtAlso- ed twice as Hero of the Soviet ORDL I OVER -- Len Towers, () t.
ble, I yr. $50.00. R7-C, Rous- 273. dn COOL ,wnp, mounlr., Union, was declared politically ig
bicycle with side wheels. Call AI- Ptone SH.IH. NBlbom 1389 suM/[ l saspect after the wigr, and ae- PrisonrcaTe mehotler
UEluu"0R FOR SALE:--6 Caodillac 4udoor, ex- brook 2296. or in cooker th. C L l I seed of con piracy and moral atr'lCMby thelr-Rusian t."to
SALE-4 burner stove, reason- excellent, $795. R-C Rousseau. JUNGLE JIM JAUNT TO DARIEN Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cottan depravi ty. sa hen he entered the
S prce. Just Aosemena 97 FOR SALE-95 Mrris Pick-up. JANUARY 8-9-10 electric refrigeration, gas soves, -- His two depit8es, Colonel-Gen- aldhewas luredthtoapbr l
loor Excellent condition and a bargain Sponore by Hote l P moderaterates. Phon 6441 r era l Rn an Marshal of Avia- and day ororea onh
t.E-Modern native mahogany at $995.00. See at Household Ex- 3 full days. Leave January 8, at 7:30 4-567. S. ., on'. i 0udta -, were also re-
ringn, living bedroom sets, 12 cu. change, 41 Auto Row. Can be A. M. Return late Sunday afternoon Ftmile GEO. F. NOVEY, INC. moved from their posts as part
refrigeratorr 60 cycles, with financed. January 0. Fishing through the Pearlcamp gn ganst
f r e e z e k i t c h e n f u r n i t u r e n e w FO R S A L E : 1 9 5 2 P o n t i a c b co n v e r t i s- as v is i t i n w i h tr i e .. ron e m 1l 8A v e.6. T6 1 -I Ft e ar eorce .
,ilnrwith Pthe^ pitv N-l186. ovi kov was reported to hae
Console Vctrol, radio. _Call ble. can be seen at Bialbo, Fir. Chco Indians, spearing crocodiles,..been tried and sentenced to e -'
888, 1266-J. ta. Phne'292-2. ocklight hutin cruisng FORRENTlabor for an uTe AfternSo
+o0,,:. Rgkta s., De s6 0HIROPR s otl06 "Confesses
SALE--G. E6. refrigerator. 6 FOR-SALE---Oldsmobile 1951. sa3-r 3 Glorious days, $50.00 each er srvan room wih garden in best. c o I. WEST HEMPSTEAD,.y.. Jan. W ORK, an. 4
C. ft. 60 cycles. o n. door, grey sedan, $1,450.00. 83- son. For reservation phone Jungle residential district. .1130 monthly d 4 a- 1a er, confident o lly Rose ha agreed. '
-i'190.00. Vista Hermosa, First Street 56, after 4 m. n. HOTEL EL PANAMA, Panama 3- 46 Street No. 22. Phon 2.0436 L hs son's innocence demanded a Eleanor Holm Jarrett
1 ,_FORSALE:*-O,trade, 1949 Chev 166C0 or see your travel agent. before 9 ., m. (I block from Lux Thtret e detelor tt today or his 13- permanent alimony ye
"s ition Offered a er. S....avinga'for Sttes soon. FORi SALE:-Leaving country,sellingt," FORSte .lRENT.Fu ha.let.Li--- Ch0enThh ..Weo ke.sacn ssedh i

S ofbookeeping e P. l a2 Motor0 Los Cumbers, Tel 2020. FO RE T BAXTER, S.A. tiv s wl meet here tis week Mac Fri d n. re uam Grave d the
.13,aPnam., %,g p. 1-4Bats& otos-FR-RNT an, shippers. Mover to select r site for the Jan. 25 e -th conesiot h
= FOR o ; SAL ,t.- .o :;.a..nw5.OFFERSMISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Apartwts:RUDESXIM PNMoALCMPo c eren hhm cers oe-y h eari so d A o I as alld ety I
ne d of Posee ion oTS0DndgVr,..Onewo b estiddro nd te N, -ALAMeRArAPARTMETallermTrrhnsproerBenrsrtersIL U.S. spokesman said said the boy lyhmitted setting frie moreas o te
.3 PANVolts, 200 M'.eA.).-AlseDiualCo CMo-rwilbe receivedAuntil 10,30A, M.'Mmpem 2,4sw 5AhooefurnishedVALEAtIQTURONe dhtomthe-$2.0 n eeel theje h had
iron with recent references seeks Speaker. Call Rodman 3067 ofter Superintendent of Storehou ses 8061. 10tW Street. Colors. TelJ Expert- Mecnanic tn Ultra. loners In Bonn would write to- In which thbir daughter, Doris it, an intimate of one wa
wp* in American family that 4 p ce ER Mm.I E ousesU phone 1386 matic.nd HydramatEic Trans- morrow or, Tuesday to Vladimir perisahed Saturday qud as ayinanial eft tee
rk out to do laundry and he se- b-oa, for attachments for tractors, missi Offers his profesional Bemyonov. Soviet igh coeini- t o all the waiting and rt*
eanig five dos weekly. sleep Obar bender, buckets for Lorain shovel ATTINTI A Just built modn servicsone, about arrangement for i oli pene
ot T. lofphone P0nmo 31016 SALE dump corts, Dozer yokes, dragline furnished oportment. one, two V Rthe Tpreliml ary talks. "*o toth anhtyp hm ,' .
bodm. fryme for tractor, asphoff bedroom ufhot. cold waera. Tel- They will ask Se mmonov to s- rog Mr.andeif.a y and stll s t h ttment ere as
R ea Estate heaters,. electric flood lights, drill nesp- e Panam 3494). Te Repairg. netAllation of, aB designatea Soviet reresenta- nedew in-ch dtuldaorhtera ori0

H O nG-m8o 40 SoU CTUR E FOR SALEti Tsoteodorroogm furched Ai neOs, nwpob "T d. Onnt-rtonea-entivsafr
boo, Tor BuIdenouo S oa Ra- at Section "V' Balboa Storehonse, apartment. Light, phone and waters Wesetern COUntriesndo not deteat to w moaho or, sa to V d00.eRsenhtrt de*a
"Your C"mmunit Station b CFOR .f nvioaeo neNo.4.r.ya befrelephcne 2-2720: and welding me- services paid." Married < couple rvi.- ex' th% e high commissioners unthe eld eretSman orCe te. patc ...... cCm
_P secured from the Housing themselves to meet. "Im, tead the m:ud boy was atixo The se screda
hel e 100.000" m People heet pOrfr~ s~oea teleph nic-lo 2 5o Invitsa rn t P arrasquilln No. 73,aentrance l0 m qo nd p go heir hoth redos, would
ste~oesnes water heatersFET unetso.ed t roudhe akeeting to the-,ody" w bchysndr aign-tet
rora s ANMA pOPAYpe ahs idn" nFOR. RENT: --M em2 beroome. 2 m5 ly

I Cl 3. ab FOR .SALE -Full. equipped restau- t. t r7 m Chie s N yr peciMicOtio cminte enhi ah .Ifohm viat ,rieedman said he had s pef
B SAFER STRCTRE F-R Sl lt o eu s trest. FOR RENT-Apnrtment ViaPorros, < 0 reentatiea th *eyn "lotmof iloneyo en pychiatirl $ L,0
wrter,. ,Ja. 4r S I .'.A d, El antrlocated on MSteet. 7 EToE rne Brvis-F reCaOter)n the r tlat etn t oirw.
I Ta receiedn 4 ale tilla 1st A. cEoesasonable price. nPhohe 2 Son Francisco. Hou"0 54. Enquirete thero a dae e high ahbegi A oe 3t mthe effort th sAh ooldt woruig eein ,
t s YuFoT 8,8 srt pien dh FORSALE:a-S ixre 1 BaoawoolHo e 0 oate FOR- RENT:-- To em --t bero rsedro. heT preliinrydiounCdteO -owr to endsi. eI r saew 0 frod osl in lhnotied
_IxoperydentSitoses, Bon-Sectian "Blbosja t1OW-hlivingaartmintr. Lig et, c h.e Can a-er 45, N' W esternofflblantr weresrepont- sredfrm BtheB shole a
ou CmmTue noit- Stio n ,,o, No AI ,cspt ri en No. 8, next street, fro e 4. heo mdofer tht-e et. Zat eold thae n emoti onal ptdled- i.- te oidAy g Comis-e sn. :.
O R E T-cl C h e c k T h e t ro oIf :Wol f fg& c m.- t h e r e n f h eoA F R R: -" s h o t u n S id ir d"tar
Prot'esenur Fa%"-tRubb1 r Ep f ""*-0027 or 3-0763 Itechnical detgl.ficials.
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1 --PVT BLUE RIBBON. .PoHsh PaIisns for Red Countries FOR RENT Kil" Jume
| L RETh omNo Up up T ra K To Be Relaxed o--o ronerMJoe "I.l derbrand
The llJaThck Smit ShowRENT:-Room to bc lor ha.. ruled the shotgun' slaying of a
(V.OA 4 -C LONDON. Jan. 4 (UP) married couple, furnished or un-113-year-old Pratt City boy last
rt from the C n. 8e. A. J1western security ba n eTxphi furnished. Peru Avenue No. 26., nisaeh cide
evort from the U. S. A. !11 .eono exports. ." ."A t stsf r om icide."
A of rubber to Communist coun- FOR RENT:-Big furnished room for bles t hotfr om toe shoyoung
P Platter Parade BERLIN Jan. 4 (TUP)-Pollsh tries Is to be relaxed. author- bochor or married couple withour gBasunted t ?he e enteor
,hlitrhts of Last Week's partisans have blown up two ltatlve sources said today. chddren. Emesto Lefevre Avenue. ithe'a kamrd of the home of A
Rwie;, t :trains r, Poland nea4-the East Parque keLfevre No. 32. Earl Justice crring a burl
kTake It From Here iBBC German Burder, killing at least ..the sources said the relaxa- FOR RENT: Furnhed r sack ry ur
.~e Weird Circle ~r persons, the West' Berlin I3tlW'wfll apply for the time be-JAmerican- coupl. Pdv.te entroomTarce ..................
eP World At Your Win- 'ewpaPer "Telerar' said today. only o grade ub r andk t e natraN es .4..ation-attendntsaidme
ne Owl'q Nest f. l The niewaper said that al are.atisfied are of little use t OR RENTExceptonally beautifully wiro etside whome
,-News.-1Srn Off I .d Ro.ds train. carrying food ths Communist war effort. furnished bed-livingroom to one wife and two young daughters
S .--- for the Soviet zone. was blown .epresentatIves of the North or two person. of good taste, wereat hlme by themselves
Ft~01 on nXmas Eve near Reppen, AtlanticTreaty nations and na- piv*-te l tt sermi-private entrance He kidthat on another oCa-
*^ ilTw, Tuesday. Jan. S 2mile, est Of (he Polish bor- ialsa with forces n Korea have ktchenette., ice box, directly at s a prowler tapped on te win-.
O ar.. klelUlnr the driver, the fire- dMcussed the security ban in bus stations, best Bella Vista se- do Danes with an Open pocket
an and two guard. Paria and it was reported agree- tion. Tel. 3-0638, 2-2798 knife.
un On.-The A alarm The train was derailed by "tel- ment was virtually reached. Juat* and his family live in an
Clock Club 1Wr" mines. (German World War Two months ago Britain lifted old streetcar converted into a
I-NEWS IT 'nMleK' Diaed on the track, the ban on exports of small pow- h s tnr convene into
The Alarm Clock Club the,"eport a4ded. ered motor ar to the east. Justice said he had son-i
(Cont'd j Willi" step also was approved drive his car away last night at
o-Mini Salon A second train carrying build- by the Paris group of temcal Kids Deo ed the time heuall ges towork
M-t-Mrin Varieties inr materials for Communit representatives who periodically He sd-he thead inhischlek.
SMaker f flcations eat of the Oder reexamine the list of good en hoe with his hoteunto await
,-j-wailan Harmonies wt~s blowfi up between Frank- whose exports to Communla. B t nhe prwo 0h. ai
I---News flturt -on-Cfer, and Schweibus, so coUles are barred for security The de youth's twin brother
---Sacred Heart Program Mfrits ef t e the Polish border, toidMeations.
I -As I see It when a bridge was destroyed by .ASHINGTO, Jan. 4 -(UP)- some fruitcake and crackers his
K-f The Record partisan the newspaper stated. The move was prompted y The soviet Union included women twin w accused of taking from
?, The newspaper, also claimed cotilderation for the aressn children among the pe thousands the J tiace home last wet k
i f the Record Contd) that two other trains, carrying economic needs of Cyon an the
s--Meet The Band reparations from East Germany, Malayp, both of which were hit sa in reprisal for the June 11 anti- ake.
F--N wB had beer dP.stroyed recently by severely by the rubber export Commist riots, a State Depart-.
partisan action, restrictions. meant official reported today.
There was no official estimate K h ma
l hof ter amount of rubber that Geoffirey Lewis, setting director as a
-Lncheon Music Funerol Services may be released to the Com- of the departments Ofiee of Ger-
Pular Music munlats but it was believed size- man affairs, said the East Ger.ID d -il ll
'a TomOrrow At Noon able amounts may become avail- ...r s are flunthg tMe Soviet ter-
ality Paradeble. rorism b." continuing sit-d o w.i
H.ce pfLsaul For Cecilia Henry m and.etbne*tat migt belOf. .Mfi 'l
SfOr Dancing Tryouts For rCa b of the greatet V llti4 to the ,rem=.|
t Of The Vikings P Funeral services will be held fin. ROME ap. 4. (UP)e- londe
B le Of The Bands at noon ornmorrow for Mrs. Ceci- PlayerS Arsenic' shellac WintrmW and her LaJt,
-8tar Concert Hall Ula Henry Pt the La Boca Wesley- Writing-in the Belletin weekly husband VittorioOGassman took
B ttlp Show an church. Tomorrow Nig&t staLe Departmeit publication, over th prossip apotlght today
MI 'r Tuesday T m rr Nig Lewis said the Jume 17 mas up i rom ik4e wrangling Frank Sta;
ib ftk Theater r&. Henry diPd last night at nsings demc.stratid the "hatred" tr i
t Hosp favorite Go HosptalFpirst tryouts for the Caribbean of the East Gem asM for their of Rom oe peopl
Untracted illness. She was born in Players production of the 3-act Russian masters and the barbaric would cotfirm thte couple
Vtg Your Favor it he Island of Jamalea and came stage comedy "Arsenic And Old treatment imposed "loB them for hada. -time reot .rya
tRt'dto tthe.thmus In 191. Lace* wPl be held tomorrow eve- the past ail ht yean,. i Ne Nw rat Zv mee M n
Of Aterica (VOAI A member of the Wesleyan "int 07:30p.m. in the group's en e to
L .IBBON.~ obtrch and he Ste ar wtar = at eatre1. Ft. C -a Lewils' article a awIt thak-
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a Cage In Mount Hope Stadi

onihtGrimaldo Imports More

Of British Thoroughbreds

S b. *I ODearoes ofUo, agent lor the DAINT UCH B, tlee-
Stut. II Culnurragh lo0jlk Agey in year-old cha nut Enish f by
be.7 pn. Palfrnm andl raca,t eectall Hawtaol-bce byRameses II.
to tart the New a group of elit Irish .-nd En- LIMESTONE LADY, three-
il 1W..0naln- gush thoroughbreds which are year-old bay Enalish fily by
ktoaI I m scheduled to arrtY on the Isth- Torbido nt o f BrItIsh Lady.
MS '1o ^i mu Wednes, well informed BIRIAN SMIDG. four-ye r-
gM*t tI t lb -the Ve horses are to be plieced on kan-rtbri by oold B0idge.,
aE. *, sale. Inttes parties mAy con1 BALLY our-year-old
taic t tactt Grimaldo or trainer Larty chesnut Irish mare by Bally-
0 SanI on at J4Wo 1Frafico. Ugan-0)oInell by Phideas.
S r aetU, e Anlinals Wi be sold for O3EL. t *lire-year-old bay
t th t rice rgin omulmr
t edg h eaah and from 8,0 to/ow yrl. a
e. 2. uf ,6 In cpurses.'In o tdet to .et .N UN four-year-old
Ittma _e I h borSe on purss aid IniUhl estnut IrM. mare by Pande-
1 to4 0 ei down amen ffo or 88o0m OLnlul-Dubllo BaUy by Fair-
iyeita me I- Wsallry. haven.
y, Ja. Th rcers: '.. PA L DAW four-year-
a-- e-y ear Eot n ld old chestnut English mare by
il" 5[.J1f brown Irish ca by Wlitehill- Historic-Slcilian Maid by Sala-
fS VAway West by lalrfax. mis

O _.. Angha In Easy Triumph

in 4 t Doubles Pays $1,512.80
Dloh terr s hngish
wirth the immortal c
lne of NOtre Dse to
tie d p*ars tp POn Pio de lof CasareW classy Quiniel: (WProd Pearl-.
lotbaUI, died yeaterdhy Cuban-bred sevgm-lear-old bay Scotch Chum) *.4.
e i suburban ir- mr Anglia yetierday afternoon
Mch, ed to an ej pot-to-p ot NINTH RAr(E
St oo llege trph In the featured 8650 1-Main $15.0, 9.0, 8.40
asonil 0tofb4II 44h" We- furlong doh at the Juan 2-Toletazo. 16.80, 3.40
en ill or some ine. ranc race traek. 3-ol Joan $17.
t had slIpped to A Ila's t victory was made One-Two: Calllin-Toletaso)
*unds, He *W6e2 Years etier When third choice FolloW 1142.
S(re Da MiI, I the tastestsprinter in thr
hs reputation aa ot off to a very poor start. NTHAC
rot councilman And S wAMa, u y s low brvakr, ,-Anglia h.60
p dealer. Dorala 1ade 1 0 ti'to tl* front before thei -Tanfer 30.6.
ma othe o ith o had passed the j1dages'
e playing in tbe t atandand ademained In front the
ileld aginst Army i Yreit of the distance.
S.fthla Light w s closet togr-
4ad scheduled Notre s of te fast going Anglia for
year 1 t broeatIler. about three-quartean t 4l1i- W
pre tt. but .ot the taneo theu quit badly. Tanger
caet ,bad In enled.-camd igp aatin the' F t
it d, tGr1 fdr-Ald take th e place and Follow Me
ama ilJot par P IOf I, after racing all over the track
. i te with terrible haidlng still,
)orli with the minagod to nh a credltaole' WVlV0m
%t it.o e teee .lthtrd -K -
01t*d 1 *- 12n e innerr' one of three vic-
th.b tow __. toripus mutuels choices, paisd 53 y
-.vx*4 Arty to win. .is, however, Ua r i i
i o 31 -1 U I'a n 'the Brstaaqe.

)fi0l" toot*ll e '.. Ld A4d returned
Xeehan; After tha, whoIiM
ved a distant co e by JockeyM .
i. et tre DAl YMt o aared top
n at. olumbA Iode madOLr&tfAello& e- MlvUa /
0 4 4 aa rbItoMe-sc
nd Oz Ta Uyer nF. na wOth two victorea each. t. .
, white nt caech td 'The Lvldn&i:

i tiela. 1 1-PIoA P$0r 520, 1330
. oach of -rop $17. 10
oram bead
I ii L* profedlloaMl $1 0.40 l C 0.I61A
Lamti.1-t-, but be o RAr,
SaO 1 8 to be-l-JubieeLa d '
deutdrlD dealer In l 0.0$. a. ;.4
[ad, Dame player, lS--On oM ,$2.60. r
, z u.rn t o1. FindD pb1: (lI iees B
0 Stout v for -th ie ?)S D PAM
d yAssita1t I-_Golm Bound$11; 3. 60, 2
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1as4Illic Soccer N

1Niie Teams Turns Back o

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un> Game In Shirne Bowl ..4

Yankees 8 4 .077
Brownies 5 7 .418
Bombers 5 7 .418
Mt. Hope Stadium: Bombers
(Osorlo. 1-2) vs Browneas
Yankees 8, Brownief 6
Tonight the Pnanda Profes-
sional Baseball LeLgue has an-
other game scheduled at the
Mount Hope Stadium. It wll be-
between the Brownies. and Bom-
bers with Andres Alonso sahed-
uled to toss for the former and
1erinado Albteto 0forlo slated
to toe the mound, for the Bom-
ronso has a 1-1 mark for the
season while 0 s o r I o. has
triumphed once and been beat-
en twice. The loser of tonight's
contest will be pushed into cel-
lar. The two teams are deadlock-
ed in second place three full
games behind the league lead-
ing Yankee.
Lut night the Yankees were
outhit for the second conse-
cutive night but emerged. vic-
tOrious because of better defense
than the opposition. They edged
out the Brownies 8-6 In a slug-
Eddie Neville. who gave up six
runs in six-and-obe-third In-
nings, was the winning pitcher
but Bill gockenbuty made this
possible With his runless relief
hurling. Bob 8wanoln was the
Ziggy Jazinski, with three for
three, and Russell Rac with
three for five paced the winners
at the plate, For the losers,
Granville Gladstone, with three
for five; Hector Lopez Man-
ager Edtick Kellmalh and Alonso
Brathwaite with two for four
'each were the top stickmen.

Stanford and Veryl Switzer of fieldgoa....
KanSas Btate drove the West to
upset 31-7 victory over the switSur then
ast In tne ninth ann Shrine toleAddvwn.a i
Footill Classic Saturdy. tle as the
A six-point underdog bqfore Taoiy of tf l
the game. the West recovered oftfroini att
two fumbles deep in their own the tWo alti .Wi
territory in the fiert quarter. vantage to 24-0.
scored a touchdown of their wi t
in tie sa ne perilo and Went on It. Wab S Kai- t
to their first victory over thbe A a draj affi
SEast since 1951. It was the big- fans in KIwtr d i
teat margin ever racked uP by a fumbles 1id tl et
west team and theohighest core hba~ three t26 1
ever recorded by he Wdst. minutes
Switzer a squat 180-pound
speedster, scored the first two But tne offenalt J
touchdowns on sensational' runs. ed up s the imd4i
The first %as a 24-yard affair in and it was a iW
the first quarter in wslich he ran idoWtt In the 1c
out of the handb of three tack- l r "
lers. The BAt then
touchdown who en l
The second came t the at the end of lin of South
the third quarter when he took a into the 1nd 1 io. to
pitchout and went 17 yards while the list quarter.
doin a brilliant job of zig-zag- .
ginF behind his Interference. ,<* i ,
It was't until the West had SpOlrts shol
Vun up a 24-0 lead that the East
was able to score.
Up until that time, the bower- BASEBALL
ful West line had completely bot-
tled up cne rUrnning of such not- Baseball writers h1)A
ed backs as Johnny Lattner and manager Charllei
Nell Worden of Notr Dame and waukee and secoaw d
Gene Pillpsil of yillanova. ly Martin of tlh wort
Oarrett. who led the nation New York Yankees.
while passing for Stanford thiq
season was his usual sensational The Chicagoa chpl
self as hc completed pass after Baseball Writera ,
pass on the scoring drives, and voted Orimpmoa
score dlhiselt on a bootleg play. year. Th. Bravei .
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B Ior Gouzenko today a o drr o hit b o;)A.^
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S"' p op know truth and the o ry e A lhm Uncol. Mud, landslides, maria And tepa
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Ispy eune qes TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, B P.. MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 9 5 o ie o ohaIar
1ftied former Ruossin code 6 yo ld o the Canal years
u ,wa fIgor Gouzenko today a- wo ark and whe re d pero his bryer Ies t or wsaon.

A. ern 1945 with documents that *1abexperiences with th hardships, straWirroe were
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en. William E. Jenner (R.- alr." "'.uaa..
S nd.e f the Russian of the U. ItOnce a blast -in eBa ObIspo Itef o rlmn o
Sfrom which Gouenko days and Clarke had peroael the ne h whee two week?-ago S a'Vrn

i Senate subcommittee on Internal which killed several men, lifted waters a number of aftael time nd
rity.), former subcommittee ONG KO... Jan. 4 -(UP)-An "I'm only talking about foreign was partally paralyzed from the more food. He now weighs 160 the heater Boh Cea ke wsd 0 to 80 a reorto ase
chairman, acting counsel Jay o. American businessman, jailed for ers," he added. "But I don't know waist down as a result of living in pounds. and the malahin lnded u- ho we hst to ehwledt1sv
Soulrwine end a report arrived 34 months in Red China, said to- for sure how many, If any, were cramped quarters on a cement Kleh said the Commulss I he mand damaged. He Dikes w hcd th ae t. the.
"from Washinton Sunday to day an average of 15 inmates died Americans.", floor, put him in hamndefn far h couldn't I s atn mun lunch that e lforeeklWhh hs wne' fodsr w t'!
B on d he udaoil in Shanghai's Infamou Ward Kiehn, weak-looking and corn. He said his weight droppedifrom pe-iods and frequety pl day, however, Clarke said. ported holding alto .
con Rlduct thea Mqint. P prison during one winter. p.i.ining of beri-beri which he con- 12 pounds to about 90 pound s dur- m i chains. Be g dd eodwevr, r a :te o l o r
u 'o 'lticeanamed by the go- rio rin or ina traced from subsisting on such ming his first year In prison, but he npver was beat while a He recalledianother timeto the street oofwAn ng h wedl et
S Po'lee, named by the o Arnold M. Klehn, originally of prison fare as cow's lung, said he later -the Communists gave him prIpoer. ladslde buried him o to e treet o Aldeburh on autr .
er vonment to supervise the In- Santa Ba bara. Calif. was releas- "hey do not have to beat you,". top of his head in muck. Clarke southess. coast. f dred 'd
terrogation, seemed disturbed ed yesterday by the Communilts. -- Kiehn said claims that he would still be Rest centers were op ed.
that even the senators' pre He said he had been impresodd Prisonirs near death were quick- there if it had not -been for elderly People evocuatd't wa
onee In Canada had leaked on trumped-up charges ofIllegally ly released from priso "so they George W. Greer, the late Mu- the galer suddenly drop
out.This "break" came from possessing firearms.Recon e TurncoH as could die outside," ehn said. nicipal Engineer who was the danersubided
Washington. Klehn said he knew nothing of only person near by at the time. At Beecle in Suffolk d4O lc The. swori.-
An RCMP station wagon took Klehn, 41, maid he preferred the whereabouts f 8cbard Ap- Green grabbed a shovel and dug were covered to a de of leash
the Americans from central sta- not to talk about his treatment plegate, former t Press Clarke out. The two men alwayss thap two feet and orange but a
-ton to tihe Windsor Hotel where at the hand of t'e Comminiit IITUI PerSOn lity '- D oc war correspondent who was seized remained good friends. were flooded. atu es.
wto suites had been reserved by because "I must think about by the Communists while sailing Flood tide warml g.we ... : ...
]'. Douglas Stuart, U. 8. ambas- those still ip there. -- on his 'boat betweeft Hong Iong After the Canal was finished. sounded m the lowlands ofaL 9r.I .i..B.|ri
arortoCnanada and Macacowith at onalClarke went into semi-retire- aln as the wind-lehed eashe
It .was believed the question- "I would not want anyone to suf- TOKYO, Jan. 4 -(UP)- Claude enlisted men who met him at To- News Service writer Don Dixon meant and spent ist of his time pounded against -the dikes as
S Ing would benin today. It was for because of something I said," J. Batchelor was reunited today kyo's Tachikawa Airport told and merchant sea Capt. BenKras- on a land lease in the Chiva searwaJes l a. '
lble, however, to pinpoint Klehn said. with his tearful Japanese wife newspapemen they were. there to ner. They were jaet on "l a -espion- ha dsr wre hec h W ther e ot ofl eT t
St ca t ,; it could be in the He revealed, however, that pris. whose letters played a big part ing eet. hi because It was their age" charges ed a small farm. became hon- round the mouth of thel e
.. treat- area. or across the owners kept track of their fellow in- his decision to reject communism job. Apolegate, Dixon and Krasner orary Mayor of the tiny village, and along the coastal aref '
Ser in Ontario. mates and esti ated that at least after an earlier decision to stay Ibn Seoulafter Batchelor climbed have been reported in various supplied water to the tischool and An "amber"c wa nt was
ennpr himself told reporters 15 persons had died every day dur- wilh the Reds. aboard- the medical evacuation jails, including Sha hai and Pei. aired 18 children. He also oper- flashed at Southend when the
S the railroad station t at he ing the winter. plane which flew him here with in, by travelers arr g in Hong ated on a share basis a sugar midday hh tide .reached two
t 'tk9 w where the interview "We never knew for sure, but His wife, pretty Kyoko Araki, 24 other patients, an Army doctor g fromRed China cane mill, a syrup cooker a rice h reached two
E-l ibe hld. that's what we figured," Kiehn visited the former war prisoner in told nesmen that "he has a very Kiehn, son of misaoqarles who thresher, and a corn crusher for esat
."We're In the hands of the said. "That doesn't count those his private hospital room and said inadeui.te and pitiful personality. now live i Formosa, said he had corn meal. 11m6 OnY W whic cr N
otdfrd're in the handseofhthprait r is n de .f oa y now live ia Formosaosain he had corn meif. Times ys Forme
R='AP he said. "We don't know who died outside the prison. And IT. was nice to speak to him, and That boy's going to have an awful live 20 years in China. When ar- three Weeks n andt -
where we'll see Gouzenko or likely the figure was higher but I'll see him again tomorrow." tough time. rested he had been in the process Since 1941, he has been work- Tvoll i -
.n -we never could be sure." restored hishad bee and I not ing at Miraflores Locks and for Ol Of Reported to-b o
'Canadian government fears of-- Batchelor, 24, of Kermit, Tex., After his arrival here, Air Force know wh eter he now Was mar- the past few years has beenresdenta the
possible "revenge" against Oou- walked out of the Communist en- of' ers objected to the use of a ried or not. chairman of the Safety Commit- a teeden t,
or his s tonal di- US Motorists closure at Panmu join in the first sedan to take Batchelor to the ho. tee there. Red Pypewrter ad
c "losures were behind the strin- hour of the New Year after Kyoko p:'al, but the Army followed stand- e taewlet. Al he. f
ent security precautions taken had written him, "I would be lone- ard procedure for all returned war ... .... .. As a memento of his many NEW YORK, Jan. 4 (TP)-The le either ln theyt
teRCP. C n atulated ly over Christmas and New Year." prisoners. U years of service, Clarke received New York Times said in a dispatch oron the porches o'
They had not seen each other for a retirement certificate from from Wash n todav that for- Itwassore
Sil three years. Newsmin re nt to the Panama Canal organization mer high function .f the Amer erl cars wh
ueen Elizabeth Only 300 KHIed Army and Air Force officeM talk Ws A Batehelor at t Seoul and a letter from T.. Hoenk. lean Communi st r t rpa r
-. E l A3rprt nor here, but an Army.r ln superintendent of the Pacific ed "about reaodn to-t" to Ca tI ed. IInO,
InvteS Tot 'Come NEW YORK, a, 4 -.UP)- P'n a. Spokesman --id a formal confer. J branch qf the Locks Division, In grebsional spy.huntt. rt t
Sv Safety experts today gave the na- Panama ROSeS ence may be held tomorrow. I wdah hbe was commended for The new saper aio d te. r t'
SSit With Me' tion's motorists a pat on the back .H L ave his good s afety record durs came ro4 ortaB la& s etet" e nd
or sane holiday driving, even Education Level He h already received a brief An N0 fAgullnlnt nhe """M- o" ,se,
A, New Zealad, Ja though the hj.vhway death total for medical checkup and was -sehed- U V riyUllIl the good work us Safety Cor- mittee de by .. Wiliam E.
4 arefoot. four-yeir-old eNw Year's weekend approach- r m n uled to undergo a complete phaysi- mittee Chairmat.L. Jener (R-A I.l a4 referred t
broke away from ed the mark. r arsme cal examination before being re- "onClark e _u ovsta al foefed Conm no e
er today and sat A U ted Press tabulation show- turned to theUnited States. ,PANMUNJOM,Jan. 4 (P) After r ment, Clarke muhis'all formerly high a p-
M l:!Q Elizabeth II At d'at l ast 281 persons *ere killed National Guard polio ) Chieft The aUited Nahtios commandd says he wl cnt.nue to work ty iffata who -have r wtere bt:
i. tSAkf;fc accidents between 6 p. Co.. Bolivar Vallarino has taken Batchelor anJ his wife, who told the neutral ptlioner comrn his farm in' Chva Chiva and with persuasive arguments for nor are :tth .
climbed the ,Thursday qnd midnight Sun- steps to assure that future mem- works in a women's store here, mission todhy Jt expected 22,00 possibly be will stay on as mayor months in an effort to have them stole heavy compared
Eir- das nda tle un- Ij,. bers of the Panama force have were allowed to meet in his priv- anti-Communist North K orea of the community, unburde themselves."mon
ateTrem frmes-eahersbu.y- thnudnbeenes
iita fromt of the Queen Fires took another 31 lives. 14 at least a primary education, ate room for three hours, but Kyo- and Chinese captives to be freed Te s o the source as been
ih ed and said, "Come and died in plane crashes and 72 in ko had to leave the hospital at 10 Jan. 23 and began construcuton saying t be "another six of plic totlo tt
1219" miscellaneous accidents for a total A "general order" issued Eat- p.m. when the lights were turned of two huge camps inside the months" r the. f r Com -
Setloped down on the of 398. urday states that one of the re- out. U.N. lines to receive them. mun t actually- bigis talking. the tihan
Vre*&ide the Queen and stav- 'The tra 'Ic total was almost cer- qutrements from future aspl- U.N. commandr Gen. John E. The dispatch noted tha frm
ther- diglrnw the 15-minute tain o rise past the 300 mark to- rants to membership in the Kyoko, who was frshl o n a b I v Hull In a letter to contlission I.a Rh Communist leader ,arl Browder
imony before returning tio day as the belated reports of force will be certificate indicat- dressed, rushed into her husband's chairman Lt. Gen. K. .. Thi- JUdgV s nun n was the most prominent of "dis-
Fr.randmother who admitted., deaths that took place before mid- ing that the applicant has sue- arms when they met in the hos- mayya bluntly informed him affected" party members and sug- i IVV
.wi frantic when she dashed nieht trickle in. ceswfully completed primary pital, that "we shall not accept any gested he might be "undergoing a
| .fe" mlinutee earlier the they still represented an encour- She told reporters that the cou. date 2 January. the last day A 27-year-old Paplamanian Browder said he couldn't "ima9
a donnedd a kivl-feather agin performance in contrast to Although Army officials allowed pie hoped to take a second honey. upon which prisoners in Neu- who slapped his wife in the face gine how anybody'd figure" him
Kw to become a paramount the bloody Christmas w e e k e n d the reuninn, they emphasized that moon at a Hot Springs resort south trial Nations Repatriation Comn- was find $10 in the Balboa Ma- in such a position.
Ineps of the Arawa tribe which saw more than 700 persons Batchelor's return to Japan was of Tokyo. The pair also posed in mission custody can be denied istrate's Court this morning and In.the first place,. Browder said,
re a best of chointin. spear- die in accidents, 532 of them in not to be considered a hero's wel- front of a Christmas tree for pho. their freedom." admonished by the Judge not to 'I've been all my life
altet.Mor tribesmen, traffic alone. co.n tographers. The Communists and Thimay- do it aga'n.' and l.a the second "I've got north. 'P AR (. Jan. 4 (
y-tieme.--ao-.-.-a --e- T's superior, Indian Premier Robert H. Elliott., the defend- ing to tell about that sort of thin French Heet by the
Jawaharlal Nehru, object to the ant, was found guiltv of battery (espionage), as .1 have t~"fteds dropped to a new low
SUTF TYO release of prisoners on Jan. 23 o his wife Elizabeth after the rowder said he had no relations tonis-19000 tons I
,j'.SO ATT1OSTC TLE p because the long-delayed Korean couple were arguing in their with Jenner Committee although Utimated mlnin
i R9T' i LE political conference has not had home in Gamboa. In passing he has appeared before Sen. o- meet French Uziond.
if T UPO-OI9 8Y sn opportunity to debate their sentence the judge warned seph R. McCarthy's Senate ves. mltary commten
3IMAfltH fS^AT noapt dlott not to ao home and "take It tigations Subcommittee and the fltally annnced
i THE OLD IATE. amayya said today that if out" on nis wife. The defendant earlier Tydings Committee. Revealing this t
OUr I coC T X r nim er rtfl I l th U.N. and the Communists was placed on one year's proba- view, the Navy nfltr
"^aM~ j w IIII J UI *' do not agree on the Jan. 23 re- tion.D D. the next to" yea _,'
leasae'-ate, "We will have to de- Cling, R O 85000 to of
Y ou Tl Tde what to do d*fere An unemployed Panamanian, R come dufe. for *
There is a wide difference." Gordon A Campbel, 5, who S of e .- .
h o. said, "we wil have to discuss pleaded 'lot guilty to a charge of the years
What to do next.'! having i aaijuana n his osses. Protect Buddhis more would be
IMCBARD A. MULLEN ,I NEA's 13th annual Income Tax Even though your pross in- tax was withheld from the i5o, u t'coused eau e itu a n- trofn w spotted the defendant TOKYO. Dec. 4 (UP)-Pe g p
uPr'iiner. ome is less than 600 it will file a return an the tax will be who would "discuss" the oro- smoking something, which he Radio, -Inn another opaganda French rredt
e's good news brewina for .This .and the fonowling art pay you to file a return if any refunded to you, ble and "decide what to do." later threw Into the grass In broadcast claindng asn freee-ed to liots't
e. 'he first tax cut cles Of the Primer will explain tax was withheld from the Q. Does the Diatriet Director of Ull's letter, left no room for Balboa. The policeman was able dom L Communist Ch said stregth-
uame effective Jan. all the tax problems of the aver- earnings you did get. Many Internal Retenue'a offlee charge disusslon about the release to find the marijuana cigaret today the Red government has the ulding pr
Cw e!u.ree will soon take age tacoayer in simple, easy-to- students who work during the for (iving tax advice? da, pointing out that the ar- a short while afterward. given protection to Bqda 'al. o was
b dmilsration'a propo- read language- summer. and others who work A There ja no charge. As Is matecalled for it on Jan. 23 Pelphiag recently beamed a to a-
A chmrsain the tax rwa The Pvamer will help both the pst tUr.e earn less than $600 pointed out in the Primer there ang t the U.N would be ready A 21-year-old San EBlas Indian., religious freedom to the less
mothers a nd ireak for tarayer who wants more Infor, yet hate some tax withheld are some. special tax problems to lve prisoners at that time. Nino Perez, was sentenced to Moslem world, describI lamic w
dmote dndn creas marlon than is snown in the of- from their pay. that can best be handled by a ob th Korean officials have spend ten days in ja after h worship and study In n. To-
deuof tio n havea god ? facial instructions and the ta:- They will have the withheld ta expert If you have one of threatened, to send ROK troops was found near bulding 401-l- day's broadcast quoted a BudI toeU
o being adopted In 19"h oayer wno has difficulty under- tax refunded if they file a re- these problems and want free into. motion aga ins at Indian at Fort Clayton without any legl- dhist monk as saying the Red s.o' -
en't foret the higt h standing the official instru.- turn. And you can still claim advice, go to your District Direc- guards If the Indians try to stop timate business. The San Blas government "issued a directive c
16 untin l afte Sm 7 l tons. It will also help you file a your dependents even thougn tor's office as soon as possible to then from f---'n* the urisohers Indian was found guilty of vag- calling for the protection of b f oT
ilth Uncle a Stam. ehrnt correct return, vet take advan- they file a return to get back the avoid last minute erowda. when. the -. -' ses. rncy.__________ temples and monuments."
a nei R ia mid5ta htan ta'* e of .]! dollar saving deduc- tax with'elfl on earnings of less -
deadline is midn' Aht* tions th.t you are entitled to. than $600.
M but there's no et- if eo have to file a re- The next artilee tells how to A u
to th:r z Tnax Primer Q& A Atom Driven Sub Nautilus I
Jan1 5 eles, yor Form W-2, and other Q. I earned 550 in 1953S and U'(|15|.
-records, o Income and deduc- also received 524 from the Vet
T Y U lons COP of the A-pa'e er ministraion as a de-|g Sn I Y 0 fin c
paymepamphlet oi fcial Instructons, ablty Paym nt. Most I ftle a re-
1 hbas a special mean- f you haven't already received A. No, your taxable income was WASHINGTON Jan. 4 (UP)-- shi at sea ana to develop un limitations of the .Nautilus are
yea if: blank tax returns in the ma, less than $600 so you are not re- The Navy's top brass believe the tod ower lad. that It la too large for stealthy
'13 Income subject you can pet a conV from modt quired tc file. However, if any United states still ts years away .t1 N utl$u the Nav for attack and quinc j auverabil-
i Wtxexcededd O 45 banks and poet offices or from I b: I from an atomic powered subma- ta first, tie wl. ha ft a true ity and acks safety equipment
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file a return? The answer is at Grotom. Conn., Jan. 21. eventual its -oot s As a result,
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