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ifl'' gogiwiw eto Ite," IN .sktt -rlied A
roen the Uap t toqir ew' mee for the laun-
ndi o latft, which .tee. max-
r- ,,'- a-Tl t poSe & a three-
f, tbhl ,,-
edst. the -timil
rs at, Hthtew e
Wltantiary t ,
the conditleo that
o lays of Panama
tiUtt of e tl
A-,um ., .
_ wasn* '-
D i king
mbaa P. 8.
Metona yt n reports
he had Gbe Ltie bhisa
govrnment "v- = so Soviet
military aid I m-with Rua-
The report bcarriae by the
Am an ftr-itea Time
the stor raised the pos-
sfrl3ltpv thadt" .t military e-
at ment ma s b rent to India
wlhin the imwork of the
Sqviet-Indian tr agreement
Concluded lasJ tlh.
Menon id also.
I: The roatft Xenon had
Jeen ordered 6diacuu Sovlet
military aid tc India was viewpdl
with Xreas sk idcsm by respon-
6ible foreign qlomatic quarters
o In PtK
Part Of Leg
Edward H. Ferlin, s-vcrewman
from the tuna boat Mermaid who
was evacuated from TruJillo, Pe-
ru by a 26th Air Resebe Squa-
dron Albatross yesterday l og
the lower third of his l ilt 1,
after he underwent anu e
Zorw Hospital last' lglt.
The conditl"dl t' l of the
42-yeaT-old American i greatly
Improved, hospital authorlUes
..Felin who comes frin. Lake-
side, Cal., suffered "multiple
compound fractures ana lacera-
tions Sunday when his left leg
was caught by the engine fly-
wheel while he was working on
Early yesterday rno ng the
Albrook Rescue Cp -dination
Center dispatched the plane
which made a refuellft stop at
Talara, Peru and then proceeded
to Trujillo. The patient-was #it
ashore at Salaverry arid trans-
ferred to the Trujillo airport.
The plane returned '"to Albrook
at 6:30 p.m. last night, aqd Per-
lln was immediately taken to.
Albrok Flight Bureone Capt.
a ,IA. *MYw 10iad
relte aircraft, said thatrli
cool rectedirst d rd
care ,i" ;lB -
*msu larse iba matt
mand said today
war prisoners on Jar
nists agree 6n tl eir
"Indian has a
spokesman said. "W
i, nder the armi
sides wlo now are gi
Seased 6t 12:01 a.m.
HOMETO FJr DO ,- Cpl. Claude I. Batchelbr elasps his tUp- tion il the meantime
anese witfo s breath after he returned home from a Red camp
in Korea. e had orinaly decided not to accelk repatriapMon United Nations coma
with other POWs. His wife's love letter were reped as h ving Gen..John E. IHull empl
beea the deciding factor. bans informed the I
Slob, headed by Indian I
Ex-TurneoalSaysRed'News met jflt sfreeig"then
Nehru stated o enly in
l r I I a conference at New De
a ,. nli Nov. 15 that the United
... and om tatould
4 eth- e e thrisonerel w"
a.__^ ,-- Vf t i.40 in a tdhelor I pothya i t
followed UfN. rejection
Communism or neutral
roposal to postpone
POWa Jan. 2 p
the armisfate affrme-W
Hull all. deM.9. I
tally unMceptmble ,g
report y the.
of the trail
tn m. ... -c-~j
iig~t^'^r ?- in tim53 tervielw daring the elmanatioa r V ,y,_ O*MWWIY nosed
the t eownrlw td rlni end ed ted him several y .of the ehiliies
,trda _in. bft reo20 i _w Tie-,un Texan, who unex- times a' .'Isit1 room and ryi the" emnl- iAolles ps ern
5 eratot .a nine d ya s after the program tion Y at a Jaee hot bt to s. ca con- So-C'1moatt" afa
ian. ., ended, cuied, ithe Clmmuntts spring resort if the Army ap- feretestad-i week rera
wn .,of um aicret channelstocom- proVe. U. negotia Arthur H. aed to trto
SUnlfical sports that sua muncato with prisoners In in- Dean called off te preliminary The "enin
o t der cde* dian cuody.talks when the Rds ei ted on mediate .rtest,
o. Inaornan y-ara ranginwterview I-ol an inviting Ru tto cbfer rea cl
"' e h f ae tan's neht p with pw n, Bacthel.or, 24, .... as a neutraTh dfta was a viotion of
Sf re t beyarea. charge that Communist cor- United Nations troops worked agreement
tan reaties between tI o countries. In objections have Wirous- reudent Wilfred Burchett A M WI today on construction of two However, the .
SEtlde Cbeaen St bte d fears i n some quarters that r bitterly anti-Ameri- The, Cabial'Zone lanimch Bona camps to receive the 22,200 anti- suporteo the W
UA St oa ad a uome quat to rocetoreipnbtwhie rcam erscm TeaC nt wp rd to. r s. il e Ale
Ae te4 b t Ind In th camtet c nt a of the So- 661"Much wasa in ee id a the start o r the to the are yesterday morning. The orer to build
eLtssd itdea Thworeod o.Granat ten Sfi ioteampofth ty wer atha~en ien "dertdi ofh the tAer- "rei e n erete
twto ld- eatew iths or o apttnln. mid'ceme keo tat Burctt, ~ er the two camps inside Allied tn ihe the
eita 1 teaver toilUdewo aths r ,. --.Rep-bl-c. lIed 1i iWed- resiiMuidelnt fo the ifor ater T Policemaen T. E. Englebrightd -- t c- I Ai Imp chlee
.e Sae. d ebepie Pa.S t M an Who Struck lI on o 1cn n peror L of the lke patr, acted as mid- m
S lo aoda-nas unfortunate tat the United o -f ei Batchclor spent several houra years won a -our nce a m ve
Sne to the atin eran countries. Ia t do was awarded to th ee nite, officers yest utcor ths mfe ttolda Cstillo of Are
3GU tD sR but receives so little in return from A ,ateoaid should be rant t wbydefault. res pon int forlthefd to say f Po PilS X ny CZ toL ck court erecorda n l li
of Ew HTw.12te is them. He said the United States elderly Cara e ain J T 0 Biden, Ramlrearn whogai he offered concrete l r In Panama Cl. with a deadly
great bn Seildee w IrmaWin abd the exhi Pa an despite Indian obJtec Ar prelim ny hear- Worker helped turn him against girl aboard the launch while It
the gtL 0. Krn cadphtoew
ltaon Ra ma ra for lculationltiobt.. He maid theadministrationn Iigs d wh me wse1uted Staoes wtile whe h.was wasmoored tokfteotheidstoNai-
I.ai ti a otrgaeWt as authty to proceed ivn pondot, Adalberto ~ .orth Korean camp. gan o am or.at
e wo ydsaitdav i to ran&re i ucinha m ei. h es. to hire counsel., ef tlor did not say whether An ambulance from the Amcra-gPour
ytrt : ruch a move.. A
ab-nar, p apa#-4 A. Leon appenx-h fd"promised the prisoners dor Guerrero Hospital was called o .
e ppen- L the relations te.ps n -er s '
mle the op I Theexibtion ito' of more g t rlueri f Kermt er said t Rwo-r eor
SAnI. so o~Se. .an 0 p photograph, b e Char gans hte-hd n d launch service n oe on tat te Amer- are doing fine today, were taken A five years provided he w not Today Zon the o
i iult aor EnshtionsCo to who additional time in whichtored ans knew beforehand that he there. beenSquare Ma 29, 195, ullty of breake under any t wato
s ta rlie ho Struck eecutesa $2500 bond to cover planneder, the Army ed s iteni be tary ter rasuspe flowing con- s eed
Satbes ale ad *-------covisited-Panama said it We be o f Strdckthewth -te nitlor t oer sndeo forlive estorahoiut aNo
d ad unfortunate ed to end
Young Love In Scoiish Romanee AseeRace
dno uoelri on opa sWO t ewrente rable tot bei uterrogated Army n i a y won -ou
ord tod theoatnA n dourtp opemrae l gte wasq awaertoded Pto mrroficers yesterday rlin U.. District Cm,- Ahcon, niue. .
is .at g'ves the mhi runw hoaa tN Ir whom the sa pnhr nouces reu sae ts morning to allow his attO-r
30.uer sodlittl e tg ha Inetu edis rThf romuse haOPope teco-Xnete ..kcour record n l
the U tar sA "m but rceiv a so little in return h m A battery harge against innfirm- 0 o Siclen, Ramirez ae~d Whsa;he offered cfcrnte InPanatimaockCoRtr
.wi. s'.lsis them. He said the United States elderly Canal Zone visitor, who iatwi attorneys. B ple b any mor He had tred usuei- Im i e o
wlt thhoethe her t oail wasa fidat$0 wich am -
tt needs more informion about theatruink a Pana ity nun while Pers a to be executed i prisoners still with ee d
d'. e otbe Amricarubli but he she was n in the Anu t a of osts. uld return freom wa toesmeaor befoe the
go" mah t wute-n ion hav vern-a is musedak*. week. were d.- -The Arshal is now to before the Jan. 23 repatriation VATICA(.CITY, Jan. 5 (UP)- Lat Sept. 8',loseph Wickham, the charge for
sub meet wouJlnot bave to reduce its missedyedtModay fternoon- in tth ges against the ship deadline. Pope Plus X will be canonized a 37, Panamanian, was given the deportation wa'
n sid' that be- own iniMt1ft,'poam. Balboa Magistrat's Court. h. eqrightof ba- The Kermit, Tex.. soldier said saint oa $th Roman Catholic two-year term, suspended for
a jaia between The e oiS inst white-hired In. fnd launched right Ip iof several earlier meet- hurc a public ceremonyI five years provided hwday
;8W countries were so close than 130dphotographs, b e a r I n g Jacb EBeauchamp were drop. The Cavalier is anchored near ninwith sw"the pressathat more St.uPeter's SquareIMaye29, 1954,. uilty of breaking a y ny at e f tondob
ww.i ,tdo w bee h aah e d Enlish tites, mot- w p on the basis of a Gorgas Pier 18 in Balboa. Utamt- one of the self-eiled A- t was announced today. lawsaof the Canal Zone-r-Rwnd
bn eoptstsOspitalPsychiatrist', report. Most O her crewmen have mericans might desert.the Coin- TheL following day, Sunday, ama. The charge against him fendant hed bee i
,soCtAssistante-ppdbytheHispanicrond&-Beauchamp Is visiting hs son been sent back to Ecuador, it mnnbts. May. 30, solemq mass in honor was returning to the Canal Zone
WAt Stam'for lnter'meriean ties of the Library of Congress. in Ancon. was learned. However, the Army *as facedbOf the bihw saint will betcele- after deportation following on- sentenced to
G oldYOr"brated a member of the sa- eviction of afy.
Paepa Paearsnof saTamaninn d cred college of cardinals, with Some two months earlier, et on or about No.
..se eooperaPi between Pius X was pope from 1903 to 15 days in jail by the Balboa Public Dafeider
i m-' riHe noted the- Magistrate for attacking a Canal Sherian, Jr.,
aYoungLoveo. lv t, kinmans inst.ctostoiksh Romancea Racen";-
!k&I.' 4 1 iederOdan5-(P- to";ateto.d Sdnot sllow the "We dcoWt know the next atc" But he dsd, f a ie could, not give itK U
"4N -year-ol $ a. &wealthy further instructions. thing D-e'tids The aher was having the cou-
flattaus.hp&A..Patino plante private detc- Theg y do- pie -hunted, He had tried unsue-
Nad 20- tives to watch 'te reistry ofce f ed i yents aild Led cess-ully to keep themh apart after
year-d-old J m. el Gold- In. Edinburgh and scour Scotland toast .ih. They bld they met and fell In love on Coro-
ouldi aWo94 ba n eligible, to lot his beautiful daughter. o .nt, 15 .lays resi. nation 1lay-June 2 1IN3..
Is w ine a iad valid at her marriage"lbeeause she Is "too filed am t 23,l Dec. 26, of the traditional trail for lovers
We .burgh ? r .- office at young.', and bsooie~tgible-1owed tomor- who fled objecting British parents
Mrd cer, sitting raw. to te border town of Grain& Green
ut J Isittmnga ParadQnenttod ad without consent.
byaa s td bould have b an eligible to Phis i s flewra c t in anc atte mp to b reak up
r, g .' g!WLit.sa t the r"gis- ding. u Gode th
y- 7b ki resws. o a Gold. Jpd ao-r-'e ft ithe a s wa nd lew aftir' m. he
It Od*1 'itodfmV SgC-n .tbft?. WagW Y. aork'snot ii.
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Jan. 5 (UP) -TheI f ldi
Indian Prime Minister-J
will decide what to doC lL
i. 23 unless *te Allies inn
disposal before the.
special resplaotbikt" on
e will haveeto mak, up our
istice agreement, prisoners
guarded i, Indian troops muf
Jan. 23 unless they accept i
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al mns o on ep#n D um fe/ readers A. Thu Ponama Amer-
dm re eoolved u*slefuy nd are handled il a wholly confl-
N roitd -
, Nlglr a ai et don't be Impalet R t doesn't appear the
ltea e am n published in the orde received.
flayr to S t She letters limited to.* *npage elngtm.
0% f writerss aI held in stridft costidence.
IT, emasumes am rponsiblUty le statemea as opinions
t he ah elMM siear.
PFOM HERE TO UNCERTAINTY
ller tole me that he is writing a book about lif eon the
. one somethm like that there picLure.ln the movies about
jate Army. He is gonna call this book. **From Here To
Ilnty." Haw. He said what with Congress and the G.A.O.
treaty discussions in Washington, his book ought be
e where Time named its man of the year.- I think that
*nal Zone ought name its man of the year two. I noml-
,r. Newman for last year and Mr. Peter Beansley is a hot
ate for 1054.
ten the Canal and the local employee organizations can
iat Mr. Newmai I don't think he will oe asole to make us as
;trouble as he would like. He is jist like one of them
r Arkansas jackasses. Iffen you cant push him or pull
)Ihy list leave him be and walk around hir .
Swith Mr. Beansley, that. another thing. A- circular
,i the office at Mindi where I work the other day about
Wanaley not to have access to classified or secret Informa-
tt more. Now I don't think that circular was necessary on
Mr. Beansley don't work here any more and besides he
Mod no-more access to top secret files on account he has
to them fer the past few years as special representa-
t&. War Department hartiling Panama Canal Affairs.
what makes Mr. Beansley so valuable to the Republic
which jist 'aid a top prize fer his services and they
0taSo git there moneys worth. They really bought
en they bought Mr. Beant an hes got the an-
.uy .btion his new bosses mitY want to ast him.
What I call really being a good neighbor. An I
Ita orta like the Point-4 program where we offer
WAtid to our friends and neighbors who don't know
Piowwe do about certain things.
M won dt know as much as Mr. Beansley does about
al affairs either arid since Mr. Beansley don't come
and gant be loaned that no reason to say he cant
an tho prke is right.
a nice little feller and deserves a break Hes jist trying
a nlOn and Aften he came to Mindi Dairy and ast me ter a
tfee Panama gave him one, I would have given hip one..
tt, couple oI ulls out here that are real cve avrnd a good
Fth aa i e',o is a real go getter like Mr. Beansaty Ceems
Ctn tS.M it fly. -
tmintly I read with interest that ,the personnel Bureau
%pated a sales training course for Clubhouse Local Rate
at. a the Ancon Clubhouse the results are already ap-
E yiy thouh thaw are fiing the ss of their jobs. I
jhey't re vTy pleasant, cotirtebus, it d helpful to the
twever in the .Ma r;r lub.ah0eVher e em-
'who have not chagp1d a IL _Ta i aro .10cpleasant
at eafut in their attitude towards custonts, that ob-
r. they received any training it ,was ignored.
Ae Margarita Clubhouse Is slated to be the Atlantic Side,
of the future, now is the time to weed out these misW
. VlplaW them with the kind of people the. Clubhouse
SaX3pprently desires.. I suggest that a DiylolOn checker
iiEi, eanoeolallv at lunch time, and he will readily notice
He unsatisfactory employes are.
h future why not check all Clubhouse employes to see
hPt are serving the custOmers? Letters of commendation
mot1ns could be given to the exceptional ones and the
*a4les could be removed. Thts would keep them on the
I m een provide incentive. No sense in having a training
s If Iome are allowed to ignore what they learned.
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PRECIOUS IMAGE -
ing in .k glass case in the
of Ara Coell, In Rome,
a life-sized figurine
Christ child, considered
the most priceless Item
Etenal City. Carved I
olive tree taken from th
of Olives InJerusalem,
blackened statue is
with jewelry and
stones from all over thI
which'have been don
people who have had
granted. The figure Ip p
the center of the chu
the holiday sesp
It .01 a *- -
Ily- VICTOR RIESL
NEW YORK Cov. Dewey was
accused last 'week by Capt.
William V. Bradfey,' head bf tie
ir.depei-'ent Internatioqal Long-
shoremen' Unioo of "attempting
to steal the election on the water-
front" and of having a ted in col-
lesion with "persons charged .or
convicted- of rimes .'an.ir 3 tMm
morals to dope-running."
The Governor's intervention 'In
last week's NLBr. election to
determine whether the ILA ot the
new AF' IL should be barghin-
ing agent n the waterfront was
thi result of a "deal made .at a
secre meeting in Dewey's Hotel
Roosevelt suite," Bradley charged
as he prepared to appeal to the
White House to stop Dewey from
r eovng into federal case.
The deal, he declared, was for
Dewey to bring pressure on the
NLRB to delay certification of
either union on th ground that the
election had been conducted under
conditions of coercion -nd violence,
and neither union was to be given
the nod until Dewey had investigat-
The count showed Bradley'i un
ion i as ahead by about 1,500 votes,
though 4,A97 challenged ballots are
still to be counted. But Bradley
said Tuesday night that he learned
his union had an actual margin of
Accordi..g to Bradley the secret
n meeting was attended by George
Meany, AFL president, who prom-
ised in return for Dewey's inter-
venC that h, would "give Dew-
ey person. lly the support of the
AFL political machine in the 1954
election." Alse at he meeting was
Merlyn. Pitzele, herd of the State
.M liation Board, Bradle/ added.
He did not name the criminals
with whom, he said, Dewey had
dealt, but he promised they would
be identified "in due time."
"But Gov. Dewey knows whom
I mean," Bradley commented.
"The Governor has ridden rough-
shod into the domain of the Fed-
eial government," said Bradley.
"He has thwarted the will of the
m- jority cf the longshoremen. He
has 'cted in collusion with the
ArL, one of the contesting par-
ties. He has acted in concert with
persons charged and convicted of
crimes ranging from -morals to
dope-running, and he is using this.
intervention as a cover'for his own
troubles with th. racetracks."
Such "continued intervention,"
Bradley added, "could result in
such capfusion tha. ports along the
eaure Bast Coa:. could eventually
Citing Dewey's experience As
both Manhattan District Attorney
and Governor, 'radley remarked
that "he is expecting me to clean
up the waterfront in two months,
whe e himself h#s failed in al-
map auig vJiabu*s action against
w.-terfrrnt eri. e as he studied re-
ports reaching him from the three
agencies he,assigned to report on
last week's waterfront elections.
(Copyright 1953, Post-Hall Syndi-
cate, inc.) ,
Walter Winchel In New York
MAN A0UT TOWN el is ,saf to hold the record for Barbara, Hutton's longtime al
Being b revrted less than any other Baron Gottfried von Cranma ; nt
Rubirosa's diamond bracelet local e They say the Jeff her a long cable before the wed-
wedding gift cbst Barbara Hutton Chande may recodcile John- dingur ing her not to go trogh
$45,000 at Van Cleef & Arpels ne Rays estranged wife and agent with
Mrs. J. Philip Sousa, III, is re-Tommy Morton are a new Two
ported posting the Renotice Aetor Michael Hathaway Is The Duchess of Windsor has been
Barbara Beniett and her barrister consol ng the girl Harold Lloyd, jr aroundlaoudon wearing a magnifl.-
are planning headlines .. Seven couldn't marry Debbie Rey- cent, e ranous pearl necklace ...I
Year Itch" author George Axelrod nolds mt experimentng with Dayid To admirers of it she says-it is a
(now being unlatched) will next Blackburn Norma Shearer's gift from tbhelate Queen Mary ,..
marry actress Joan Stanton .. son and dqb GenIe Horthy light up "I love it very much," she- adds,
Tina Louise* of "Almanse" was the La Mer rendezvous with the "but I love the letter that came
slugged by jealous suitor at the love in their lamps The Red with it even more. Qupen Mary
SImperial stage eor Frederic Rowes (of Teevy) have a lite said she hoped it would help
March's daughter Penny writes Rowesbd. m. k up for the great unhappiness
friends she whO wed an Italian sol- she had brought into my life", .
dier Songatress Betty George Insiders say this is pure fantasy,
has instructed her attorney to deal Song star H .. O'Connell and That Queen Mary Lever A.rote such
with a- rich Colombian. importer, her heart Anay McIntyre are in a letter-and that The Royal Faf-
who offices at audio City. Te stitches over rumors they won'tily "is sore as hell about the whole
Stand- legations will be sectional .. -middle-asle .. Latin Quarter thing."
a Church A former Governor to the South- beauty Pat Turner becomes Mrs.
Italy, is land may be th next target via pa- Nick Travis of the Sauter-Finnetan Franchot Tone's starrer "Ob,
of the ternity chargesThe irl was once crew Mnamle VaDoren'ts ew Men! Obh, Women!'thas u 4 swi
M o~ in the Riviera: w There are Year's aft is a baby. ble Jaguarty: "The ason meh and women
About 1400 New YorkeOs settled in from i' rich Reno love ca...'t get along is because they
s in the Miami to dodge the New York all- Nicky Hilton as jae the line of each wqmA someth _g completely
from an money clink. pursuwtors uticeWar different. The me-want women
e Mount ren's daughter "Honey Bear- and the, women wat eaen".
the age- The Washingto Line: S pies Otto CBS stalls are estate over their Parafoho( wants Gbe to lay
covered Verber and Xurt Pomer ave _re-New Y. tr bonuses, double last the Gambler (love-aterest) in
precous vealed plenty to G-Men (and other year's % "Guys and bolls" wi0 Jane Rus-
Sworld Federal agencies) white jail. The Sights That Wade Yn hWinqe: The sell as the Salvatim Army doll.
kted by result will add the. names of two vagelikts alu g it out on Bb Hlpe and Grable will be init
requests at least six rref roups to the 4tdh Set the tor! i. l The along with other 'imes" .
laced Xo subversive list "GeneralFBSI h1a brI up -he of Sgtes Roette Shaw and
rcb for Dean's Story" will be a Viking pub. obsce lter wo gov't em- Hal Collins (of Bed Button's writ.
location in May .ro-Left Gas.- poyes have bee firei from theli. ing staff) are a Newasme at Pick-
e_____ tte and stooges will fght Maijo- Albuquerq fa' "The Bit a-Rib ... For the Dept of Ieadpan
GeneralL B. LawtoB of Fort Maq- Story -televiseeN. Y. Times re- Reporting 'The N. Y. Times print-
mouth. Becaoe ef a spmeeh h porter Al '.s .'Case of the ed the .utton 'm"u er' under
made agreeiag with the Senate I0- Week-a* j lar" Jan. "A. "Amuse ts" .Leal bookies
T estimating CnaluteVs flading ua orA r uiM axi e-Ms-nbloom are ttiX up phomi in Jersey.
That base. He beaae the C.O. moans tt he can't an work To handle the New York action. "
I there after tm dirt work was alce e Brando ated t They say the "got te word" .. .
covered eds beer Sarge Re- tate M The name the gamius who put
benstein has taken a 3-Mear lease over that NBC teevy presstunt
Ships Rth AY6e haW e, hbinL 1 The Cabtes: -aztiAt iPleas- (of the i staying in the teevy
That ,-e fem "-w dptae." so. deA. his ilg te ainur split ) is hil DeaM.. Howard
d t -ever th y6 auhtr e au ias ofsaid to be m dlab hi
Tosamy d Jman Dorsay st French gv't il Orao hoU ag any u t Ts o a
S M a W r Mde syndicate here Joyce ryse t
Wt's ma fr people to be sthld
todol bemu others son much .
. be VIgsam about. -*ot
pass diplomatic- channels.
PARTING WITH PLEASURE -
It is 'custbm'ary for top government
officials who leave a Job they don't
like to resigned "with regret." When
Russ Forbes quit as No. 2 man
in the General Services Adminis-
tration, however, he broke tha4l-
tion and wrote gleefully: "It Is
rith great pleasure that I hereby
tender my resignatic.i."
DISPOSAL DILEMMA The
army is stuck with 15,900 surplus
20-mm. gun mounts, worth mil-
lions Stored at VMehaniesburg,
Pa., they are ranKly becoming
museum prices. The army bis
tried to palm them off on our al-
liek, but has found no takers.
STUCK ON THE JOB Secro-
tary of State Dulles doesn't know
it, but hundreds of his career em-
ployees would resign overnight, if
they could get a letter of apprecia-
tion to take with them. However,
the division chief are now so
afraid they might inadvertently
praise a future McCarthy suspect
that they won't express themselves
in writing. As a result, many who
would like to quit are afraid to
must be processed, so t '.
tion could use it to comatt'to.
ic bombs. Under thi M.the
atomic material -is contunad
until it is unusable 4f.
At least, a etop scaianti
It would take so Oatbyyr
restore the polluted martltr a
it wouldn't be wort"wwHe. .-k;'
"HEADLINES AND FOO1W@tV
Top scientists have so
walk out on "Project 0a
Senator McCarthy goes wiAt
such aR he pulled 'at
mouth. His investigation so843 M
ed one secret t-n A project I= it
had' to be tranifeired frmni'rrt
Monmiouth "Prhject Laeah"
is the top secret study of A*Mleidal
C ntinental Defebe.'eTwo vieW.
thy' umshoes, Dbald O'-U
and eorge Anastos, 4ie a
opn g into this. vital -
prprt A "Project Yaneoln"
Nspbeiemi hai askede' !Aaft p.O
pointmeht iith- Presde .. aor n.
hower. He w I wan the 09f.-
that if McCarthy allowed to
make another thbee4rnf etrea'-out
of this investigat dthe'etftrvw]j.
act will be endangered -. W
Federal Trade Commission Is'- in.
vestigating several big oil eompam.
ies for forcing their dealenito s/ l
sideline prodfieta, -* lose tre- nre
lucrative motor-oil business .
Washington lawyers complaI that
business has'faBen 'eff d.stisUly
mr the last six naonth&f .exem.
pie, ex-Secretary of Stae" -Ioan
Acheson's law firm habel' oppad
19 lawI ys since last AU,. "
Clay mir, Jr, a.cek~rketkace'p.
SUJITS 1Hl-d tWIargt
ter- is pleased with the_ w j
contract given him by tbAa
inals. The outfildar w,
when another se. on- e
around CNEA) ,,-.
SIDE GLANCES B#Colbuotk
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By Peter Edson
46. .sLi^ -'. a
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WASHINGTON-(NEA) Two merce eises, in which American of Department of, Justice, and
important changes in U. S. anti- firms doing business abroad and Prof. S. Chestrfleld Oppenheim of
trust law are among the recom- foreign firms doing busieas in the University of Michigan L a
mendationf' Which Department of United States are involved. School.
Justice is expected to make to the Questiops on this ettraterritor- N6 fall meetings of the 60-mema
coming session of Congress. iality phase' of antitrust law have ber co. .mittee have been held, as
The first of these recoinmende- arisen in cases like the oil cartel Judge Barnes has said that he
tions will concern procedure in an- suit against five U. S.' and two didn't want to start a debating so-
ti-trust cases,-The purpose will be forEg -petroleum producers and olety. The sh: subcommittees have
to give the government some the British Imperial Chdnmials-Du- been meeting in- various- places
means to mtke more adequate di- P-Ptt -uit otide Wahington. The subjects
covery of facts prior .to filing suit. In the former case, it has been assigmed to the task forces, and
. At the present tinie the govern- stated that if American courts their membership, have not been
ment uses FBI investigations have jurisdiction over every" for- amo d. .
where the defendants cooperate. .egn action that affect the Unitd i wi take most of 1954 for-the
Grand jury investigations may Sat- Stes, then. every other nation .compttea- to complete reyaluat-
so be used. They are eonsided may hav.g jurisdiction over. aons iga. 8,alqtitrust w and writing
suitable in criminal cases, but not, American copADieg ,~tc1opg a, ew t teUt- oWl.. Thei two
in civil actions. h'avmq .q questions of procedure anrd SoxlI.
'ie s 4aveem *-4ll O.PI i'. wreo na ried son
fequutly In to reme pni wf -a 'a .Britisi workn ntMiAs
these ahorte is. While limit N on Spnner, L ., was ectd. beg.us ala4.or any eon-
such proceedings to relevant m The ngish courts therefore en- idera Congress.
ter, the purpose of the recommend joined performance of th U. S. Aon oer matters which At-
ed changes will be to give the curt order. torey enera BrwanpU is expeAt-
government subpoena power, the All this creates international ed to present to Congress, the fed-
ri bt to punish for nteampt and complications affecting U. 'S. for- erl wire-tap and federal witness-
the power to charge perjury for ei.n trad eltaions. Clarification es immunity laws have highest
giving false information. will be one of the ~ost serious priority. Brow.ael mentioned
Another antitrust procedural matters to come before the new both of these matters in connec-
matter likely to be brought before Cnhgrss. ton with his Harry iDexter White
Congress concerns giving the De- IRecommendations for btir these spy charges.,
apartment of Justice authority to major changes in U. S. anti-trust What is wanted in the immunity
make advance rulings. These rul-law are expected to come from law is authority for- the Attorney
ings would be similar to the pres- Attornqy General Herbert Bapwn- Geaeral to grant witnesses before
ent railroad releases, which give ell's t~atf6nar Cbmndittee to Study grand juries immunity from fur-
applicants exemption from third- the Antitrust Laws. This group of ther prosecution if they will give
party treble damage suits and 60 lawyers and- eq0panists has evidence for the government. The
criminal actions. bee. wo'kilig qietliw e -9nder the Department of Justie is at prea-
The second major antitrust law joint chairmanship of Assistant At- ent opposed to granting congres-
revision to be presented to Con- torney. general Stanley N. Barnes, saonal committees the power to
gress will. concern foreign com- in charge of -the Antitrust division grant immunity to its witnesses.
the event of economic recession."
Weeks' antidote in. case of an
economic breakdown Is the same
system of controls that he was in
such a hurry to abolish ,when he
first took office. He ordered his
assistants to "be prepared at 411
times to establish and operate te
industrial regulations and controls
that have' been found necessary
during war emergencies, e.g. allo-
cation and control of strategic ina-
terials, analysis of production ca.
pacity, survey o: facilities, etc."
However, the directive stressed
that th government should keep
itt nose oat of busislnds and -let
private enterprise "do the job," if
at all possible. The "Job to be
done," Weeks pointed out, is only
to "advise" on the "health of our
The Commerce Secretary also
suggested .using higher tariffs as
an eco. omic pump-primex, pro-
posal that clashes head-on wUh
President Eisenhower's "Trade
not Aid" policy. Wedsi orderr4 hi
subordinates to keep a watchful
eye on the flow of exports an. im-
ports, so he can recommend rals'
ing the tariffs if need be to protect
selected U.S. industries.
Note One proposal that the
President is considering to combat
recession is an "Atomic Works"
program, instead of the old-fash-
ioned "Publie Works." Under this
plan, federal funds would be pump-
ed into the development of atomic
weapons and power projects, rath-
er than building post offices,
courthouses, and highways.
NEEDING THE ELEPHANT-'
Adlai Stevenpon sent a special
I and-crayoned Christmas card to'
the Democratic National Commit-
tee. On the outside, he scrawled
"season's' greeUlngs'" inroed cray-
on. On the inside was an etalnig
he had picked up in India, showing
a bearded huntsman jhootUn A n
arrow 'at 4. leading' ephaht..-be
arrow was tn"Ily;'emdUd in the
south end of-the '*t27boun0-q1 -
phaqnl symbol of IT Republan
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To Texas Housewivd Revol
rat 'j t 111 '.
SWAB INCOI JBan. 5 (UP)-' rberg, who movie
Son I at& ar its :cti-. The e 8`0 i urt on a e 'to7. ,? l-
Ini6 Wrote IL legal "finke" t V b aass` "S
v 30 d4t11oday o i had nothing angry Texas housewives revolt adopted the
against the social security tax. ore
"" ". -. .Y a ~ ""_ i It ruled that nerons who em- aters.
S"t onduted foot-by-foot goy ma murt of a." d 8. L.2.
SylqaM h ing om. uwiy.a- can't de~tIt das a business ox- the moPldar
Ji rti i _I produced. pense who hia osU
at i a the g25to 30 The OO coart rejected an ap- damages a
2~-~OC~i~ TM^!fiM f .nn d Ooly IAN_ TLrOlyn M. Abney of ler Warrynd o p
W.-JtentSrlt-iM @ '11d SrpO Ia Lsr laTo Msrs. AbnJey and anll Uege
.*|d bi ...i torioh, hM miagin 10, XlS, o opoisp.m-
untlc dA"Jbfteined not to pay
It. -- .-R
~ Ito.stiokers byaaogeu ng m* uiftP sprNd Mfl. 6- a1Wady Nde
their removal from 4 the buliut nd a nt that .the M tax al preon o get
hewithSoutst ~i ..... so. b aa Uleia be ae i't de- the o BvlEaith reo-
Se Bau -m.n sMeMi the mixing p.,Jjr bof~Z ,P, S pn
n-v- bonotes .utpose onto bc6 in the two S 'lue pro. ai .a rdhel o Patrtick h d
94pie pace ar drawn an the.New .1 l f lt
Sa$twaa-obe wns' _Ie1a.n lsmes dBane Th s ow r
m, e ao valta o k b e mr tw ad rt =hjer
capital letter In the left hand court u the earlier f n.
Shaul was the big- corner, 1,t Rled 7-1*hat eight leadlIn The Boclteur law pro.
ta hsto- m pr can refue ft- vid that eoy o
of the The package that disappear- u.to s heae who 4 full da
S Ta- ed resemble small shoe boxes a- without becoming involved n and earn $50 In a three-moti
ves bout 14 Inches long, 6 Inches i I rac. t al the period nut itbld one
'to be wide and % inches deep. They wio a right tl refuse nt 4 of a m aer ma
are, bond by two steel bands t Su to ary D.l My- contributlofrtbmv
t asclate ch- dl- each. spot welded aid covered -
.. "If th titP paper.
-" boe '.Ib raw ordinarily turls
5 t r b out eaus te 2000 pTaes of bills e
sU b;ile. InOODAedustr y Iet' otsd
y rau be maoy rol maaid, Theiy 0adrtea suiltet yu
deliver to Treasury vault or
a ported t a e rney d w tht ts Crrpnato r for n i y
aicn, in ET pen ou4rechrds suldoe to0 ra- Among Better Years
Wes stolen 1943 weIthesM.1, three men
br 1 1000 In billsl, y3 PAUL E. VOODA dusty's largest single body Wup-
ws expected d to be *ciT money under their United prestaf Correspoadent o an e atd o
S "id Inte. belts when they left the uld- Kalser-Fra purchsiy
n DETROIT (U.P.)- automo- Overland r at Toledo-and now
Steel bn not far from the center bile ind i wr n
labelld = of Washingtonl. tn ..4 fh~e b moving oP% Ro ol ovir a ..
[e l--ed o e of ill bter ea s, but it lio- to the i city under the
t Io -been two Packa The three re caught, y a It wi be 1i months nlme of Kaier Mrs Corp.
120 bil tbir Vars Of much er s
o, .l ea ew, ve d-wo went oto pron.mpet .Nash and u.d.son conmed
o a ou m. y ictel a -oo went C e bt the se ond best year they were looking toger poe.
SThe third received a suspended in more tan a lntury of car- siblies, or at- least a "workg
Ni th* t e10yes have oneto itg durig 15M, the industry agreement" of some kind to -cut
m I fr e burau the armed forces The beaue down on vheadi cost. These
Smo ar a notr 400 covered about 360 of thee abto- et aut #dU al wey ad o t hei ossl ae o.o
reareBtsdto the enexth to oeR o $theprOop.lra Th eseagernus d those whote are Kalier bowed out of the Motor
otre mths,. aldL "It Bto aow is that between ,. Ct eene dr its most dis
be som disgr d The Bureau of Print in and 000 a ,, tonbues trot ear sinthe first Kaiser
p ba.s Splr-iir t ,--y"t' -- 1"rsan. i-o 4 db as-"
nnm. haacreted thee d which makes the 1,000,00 trud s will be butlt wa built in Melt faund a ready
Sme e are. a pte. nation'spper currecy-ad I s moltd in the United rates tomer fo its Willow Runant
e anl o..Wa t r8einr W "Inven iry.u 1954. r t tr l t m
ew ie-et edXtO. be r e th n odlftheer in fjre-strickei General mot no
ofi. TiTwe-ju ledt eyes or ad_.iteer._ ofir"t Toe emphasis is on the h Gb had loeaed oe-third of the
Ao ...S.. u -te ue. fir st e which would be sme 00,- timee bomnbe p after Its
nt. e New years51 cthe 10S pace far m ad own v Hydra-altic
Crfl.' : '.for trucks, but still laiog o p
tR t.et wtot Si tJ e que We'
___._____ wan r ., ,,
-to.__.. __"__ ou 6; 1,em passm* ea adgdr cu oa tic tra.
R" e -g lo fl tusks, a etea a e misenon
increase over the government-con- The Gener M.ors fire, which
IiiYe-Ilie trale, di year 21 IM and second ealt the em portn upwards of
onlwheny to lU 8 whe 8,003,056 vON- $75~0000f, probably had more aof
trniaA Ni es wer cproducd. ect 1on the lives pf auto markers
Su i "" bel, Ino .awide-open competutie field i. Team' thousanrds had to be
,m Nwy. 6, enter-I ,l Iildnl .for the first time mce .0 Con-l:aid n And oly heroic effort and
S, mts n extended the tremendous resources of GM
I..o l -- I through t inquarter of 13m. got employes back to work within
A Of" Br LADE, YouaslavlaJ. 5 But the lid Is off now. Sales. 00o to dayso
..... s -V-.r- (UP)-M-levan Dil)as, One of Yu4 rpOasition will be based o 1the ahil- /. .
ft taio todaywinthapro does. And manufacturers are con.- Plflk Devlops
-i" | H tlp^SrtI In iPdirlyll Dealops
of Communist- Party disciplne schools among their dealers, boost.
and tombulrory pavty rsll meet- and their By Phn
s r p ygmt ivng t r ears as m h eye- M S By P hone
*ft I-a.... .. appe- as ploslsle. CI _'la. o. (U.P.)-A com.
jl nlaVlSS\ M ~D ilaa' proposals rocked the .- New Dollr .. ,pctedtt devic. wth which he
.\ HI~l~oWT~irV npar y god were the main topics The n.turn of real buyers' eanclek the telephone on and off
f Conef sonatoi among bt market for everyone began early wis l tongue has opened the
IV ..Zan $A II- ommnl "td no.nom. this year. Anguished howls came door on a w life for ouglas V.
\ 1 gunme robbedp nistilou th" cou, up from some dealers, but genera Vowles, a Mled Salt Lake City
Rof about $l000 There were sharp difterencesof ly speaking it was an excellent ma .
o ...with.a tfuuign Inda biDno b ..roupt.. year for practically all The mechanism, engineered and
e a fuslll )I 'Dji Is president of the new The wliq value f PrSorducedby Chester Haddon o
se ent 100 persons Parliament member of the par- vehiclee production hi a new igmesOrtopedic Appliances in
tr safeaty. Patyr liamuent memtthe and estimated at U11 b -lons ofi Denver, makea it possible for
epered t cash- lon e the rot 's totp disc- larss. Pasnger can accounted for V to operate a phone sol"el-
Ate .as- pUlnaria n. He made his propo- 92 bins and trucks and bues tation service.
r t bf, we c' a i thp nmade.ir pro- 23 billions. Stricken with a creeping paral-
-b ma newspaper SOlls supplier strikes early in the year yak 10 years ago, he became bed-
e dt. He told his comrades the po hith e independent makers hard., ridden see" years ago. He is par-
rm 01 p1e2 would .sharply reduce meouldJ and they lost pound to the "more sIed fm th neck d wn.
OP m f the party but Would transform maneuverable Bi 2ree"-Gn e ha only to t a plastic
nan stacked toan ausoaton f nl eral Motors, od- and Chryse. lever with the tip, of his tongue
Com.Iad Mthne wo oi- but. was able to recoup in the see- who turn diasi. -number fqr
o Bftlw the m pci It also as a year of conoida- number, the operator can switch
.... let egos or made It easier to get a t,, as ,ecoOmc string pulled his to "iformaton" after which
-Nyuusho hg .eay "u yty it free th
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0^y U' Y Nl ef t way b* reach*
6 n o w .- -f 3r y i 1S o -
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HEN LAYS ATOMI'.C'EO S-h the Atom* Smerg, Cap.i
Slon's radi-blogta. laboratories at Ok Ridge, Tens., a blwo'
cimai technician give a hen a forced teding of tadi
active 4lcuf-4t and p phhorua-43 In an experiment a the
phbsldW o egg formation By measuring the shall, white and
yolk o N' eggs'or rpdioactivity, scientists try to find out'
ow t sC o abaorb cOu and ophr.and s them into
-. a.a,' ous components of th eg.
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n^t + it vul.
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1.-T -7" -
I 16 are.f u.of rules
4itv play, but very few
ever bhad one of the most
at of all the rules: Give
larer a change to make a
give the declarer credit
all that you do. To
with, he doesn't have the
information because he's
at a different- hand. In
i0qd place, he may not he
.1. jtlayer as you are po
'mide a miStake that yoi
dream of making if you
his place. Finally, the very
at you present him with the
6t gu ftI ,'hfifence hmn
the wrong decision.
'-see how these principles
| O.ut ih today's hand. And
ticize South too severely
ing wroqg, because even
declare can be deceived
srt oV ituatioh.
ned the deuce of hearts,
naturally finessed dum-
e. Eastwon with the jack
,f a d returned the deuce of
SSouth, ut -pthp king of
i ;and W6t on with the,
viously, a uth the
ace to put up dummy's king,
.ne the trick. But It also gave
e chance to guess wrong.
mouth had beea: looking at the
t cards .instead of his own, he
have known what to d6. But
sit p'y had to gue s'whether
from the queen
l Thrilling New
*0 bedulf m i. ithb CulMNu
Sow Thm. s hop re
an, d relieve PIMN.
-OtatmeMt. For Mar
lqs es ults bur
V/drawMts ted. -
I WELKIN. Planeteem
-O ALL YOU:El
1, f50NNA0 DO 1
. ". GHOOT U
if1 J CTA THE
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~ wia iwmi0aw
tmall Texa a 4 Judge
rn U -y g.ave t oW.fatars a. six.
mot h suspended sen fte:
their mall sqn ages a 'Were
arrested for th 1sto. tio... o:1
such serious chaes .asstiallng,
brfkhing Into business fli at-
teagpting to set a dance on
The boys trer too youni for pro-
secution, so the judge decided \hat
the one thing which might make
their fathers assume some reipvn.
sihility for their small sons was to
fix things so that if the boys get
into any- more trouble their dads
wil go to jail.
As a matter of act; any parent
whose child break a law for the
first timp is morally on suspended
From the moment that his child
madkes th firs.i deflant gesture
against law and the rights, of others
the parent faces two alternatives.
Irreaosible Pa rves
Term Hea .k
lbe can assume co *respon-
sibility for his chIll l atti-
tude, and make up m that
his. most important, .jl I ife is
to find out what the trouble is and
Or he can, like the fathers of
these four boys apparently have
done in the past, shrug off the re-
sponsibility for what his child does
and let the child follow the path
from juvenile delinquency to adult
If he follows the first course.
chances are he will never have to
py In heartbreak sltf blame
Mr the ind os dt, 1 child be-
comes.' o" -
But .if h,*e ( jvs the easy, irre-
mponsib wo he is sure
to serve his suspended sentence ;n
heartbreak, self loathing, shame
If when children first get into
trouble parents would realize that,
whether a judge says so .or not,
they--t ,arents-are ralJly on
susnende sentence, the would
be a sudden drop in juvenile de-
West had q. n. of hearts.
There wease aI asis for this,
but few are brave
enough W., 44t.Mt ]of tricky
la.. .,Oc"- arts
p -t. has di' *h
Doctors o Try 7ew
Tretment On 10 l
Asleep Since 1952
DES MOINES, Ia., Jan. 5 (UP)
-- Doctors said today they will
know in Pbout three weeks wha-
ther 13-year-old Bernadine Pol*
lock can ever be awakened from
a slumber that has already last-
ed more than 15 months.
The Davenport. Is., child was
brought to a hospital here yes-
terday for a series of new treat-
ments Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Pollock accompanied her
on the 180-mile trip.
1ernaoine lapsed into a coma
Seot. 22. 1952 atter undergoing g
surgery for a brain abscess and
has never regained conscious-
MeSse ry giin, Tvu ,ien
7th AVK. .EW YORK
at 50th St. n, W YUK
' TIES IWARE At UNM CIa|
Caboe A-Mre; HEwra
ID BE 5160NALY 61T
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11er advlnay. -,
S-us --e, l
Iotsh io tht oo
.p r lfmt, a,
ness. es eI m. managed to eiam fw
Her parents, who have slept 11 elephants finally o r.
only a few hours a aay since she edhe dog in install where
entered the coma. have managed tamed todeathe_
to keep her alive with a home- tam9 sto.n wentd e,- ,
made su'tlon pump that drains Izalitbfn wlen*t& *9T.- a
mucus from her respiratory tracts rise u 1th1 uerf
n 6 under the drmetrd
and allows her to breathe. traint r n r ; '
Until bde was brought to the trainer.
hospital nere. the Pollocks were
forced to keen an almost con- cpuld not afford a regular ~)p4
stant vigill and put the machine pital put. .
into actfL.n every 30 minutes. 24 The triTo Here and funds fodi
hours a day. the new treatments were fflnnrc,
Pollock made the pump from .dd..by contributibtl .to a StatlM
odds and ends. Including a re- for bernadine" campaign Con-
frigerator motor, because he ducted in Davenport.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840
Royal Mall Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR, PERU AfND CHILE
M.V. "SANTANDER" ..............................Jans. 13
S.S. "CUZCO" .................................... Jan. 21
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA. NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA,
SANTANDER AND LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons)
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "KENUTA" .................................... Jan. 5
S.S. "SARMIENTO" ...............................Jan.m 1
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD /HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.8. "LOCH AVON" .............................Jan. 9
S.S. "DUIVENDYK" ...............................Jan. 35
TO UK, CONTINENT
S.S. "DURANGO" .................................Jan. 6
M.V. "DONGEDYK" .............................Jan. 17
All' Saillzs Subject to Change Withqut Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO Cristobal Tel.: 1654/5
IPANAMA-Ave. Peru #S 'Tel. 3-1257/1
FORD CQ0 IN. BALBOATerMj .. Te. t 5 ,
'hdip's life is filled .tith bruises,
Well-worn step and rugs be ues.
Repairs would leave his home like new.
,. A. ClaaeMfeds. lust the right duel
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Club -tat the IIra
meeting a New Year wll be
held at the home of -rs. Carden
S. Shekelat -Lee Verdes In Lasi
Cumbr son T-hJ*sday, January 14.
The 1. will be assisted by
Mrs. d l. McGlnmis.
Cos -e served the guests
at M&A ma.. and the program to
m cudes a talk by Mr. Karl
uc. "Indian CivlIstion in
the So abUc of Panama."
the 4 apter B iga
P _,W w be held Tuesday evening
at,," in the Sorrity 1use at
fl ftmq To "
SSwedish 0W = al inI
Mrs. J4sD t tof r.11 have
haid as ,. ouse guest for the
holiday season his brother, Mr.
Gosta Janson, of Colombia. The
visitor left the Istbmus Sunday by
plane to return to hi. home.
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A .- D .Y m. D, T Y c E*l tt i f .-.. "t. -
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gA -' .:-$1 -. 5"
"Jane jut won't let you) do
anything frher," a woman re-
cently remarked about a friend.
No doubt Jane Is intent on al-
ways more, than repaying every
thing that, s done for her. So
she doesn't realize her-ftrietd
would o:clasionally like to d
something for her without belhta
repaid promptly and in 1f,
The nicest thing we can de for
others sometimes is Just to let
themp do something fo us.,
A requ'em mass will be held
Saturday morninF at 6 ,o'clock
in St. Christopher's Church, Par-
que Lefevre for the late Cleddy
,- or ,Edward. doe stU,
.. We he baa to iauddy IVg-r .autiful
a Q, Prail 1as co-star *fth Rhonda lb. the
.laid in thewl a ol twAairaong I.e heads,
... htng .n var*', m t ',n
er- sVteru one ne w faimon
transparentt bodices) in a Las
Vegas night club.
Fu e thper Hore
The. ter.tional Telephone
and Ti0ah Corporation re-
cently ligurated a "Quarter
Oentury Club the membership
to, onsiat of those who have been
With the company for 24 years
...WH-Neigh-. Chapters are being formed
meetnoughout Latin and Suth A-
erca was held ove tewre s a
L. h. Stroup, m America Cof the
sh, vhm aove, Band Radio, Inc.. f whhMrs. S T.
,oves to drink pop through and T., is the. $rent oorpor-,-
straw Te -year-old S supper party aton.
is the pet of Jo Ruth Ie Here in Panama, the. fights
meeting of the Chgrem s of tChap-
ter" was held on New Year's
L.L.H. Stroup, manager of the
one W yman Seeks Balboa ofqce. and.Mrs. Stroup,
gave a buffet supper party/at
Hubby their hoeioM Cable Heights
# ,-IQ.yorce Hub Y, that evening tor members os the
.*. .*-',. staff ,of the Balboa an a
SJan,. (UP) offices. with their wive.
ts ". ane Wyman disclosed During te t emn ean-
day she plans to seek a divorce nouncement was malrf. the
om composer Fred Karger, her forming of this new c ., and
band of 14 months, lapel ains were pres to the
sixteen members. Res. i .nts ef
the couple had no.children al- Parama and the Canal Zane who
oUgh. Miss Wyman, who dl- have been with I. T. and T. for
rced.-tor Ronald Reagan in at least a quarter century are:
18, has two children from that P. F. Qaulnn. R. A. Deveniah, L.
marriage. V. MacKenzie, Sr. B Morle, W
S.,, Newell. A Cooper, Jr., C. A.
Karir, who wrote the music Ho s. 8 Radlin. C. Hunt., F.
the nong. "Prom Here Tb E- Phdftx. R. Vergara. J. Brewer.
rnity,", has a daughter by azr D. O'Sullvan, J. Reyardus, R. 4.
rlier marriage. Nicol., H. Stroup.
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* Moem cOars re superior to a
lo of people who drive them-
thay con at least shift for them.
Sseles. A-- H
g2od for youl
to enjoy he
favor of V-a:
vegetables in a
The whole family
wlA lovpit. J
Your Cofmiwat Iraro I
SWhl 1009.000 eplke Meai
Today, Tuesday, Jan. 5
3: -The Little Show
.--MuSic for Tuesday
4:00--Rain Check performance
4:30-What's Your Fporite
5:35-What's Your F a v orite
4:00.-The Band of America
e.15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
6:30--The Record Shop
7:15--THE CHRISTIAN SCI-
7:30-Report from the U. S. A.
8:00-The Record Shop
8:45-Science on the March
9:00-Ca=alcade of America
10:00-Tommy Nfliez and hlai
10:15-The Latin Americah Ser-
10:30-Variety Bandbox (BBC)
11:00--Te Owl's Nest
12:00-News Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 6
M O6n '-" The Alarm
7:05-The Alarm Clock Club
:3 dWng Varieties
9:30-As I Seq It
10:05-Off the Record
11:05--O: the Record (contd.)
11:30-MLet the Band
1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-Three Quarter Time
2:15-It's Time to Dance
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-The All Star Concert Hall
3:15-The Little Show
3:30--M;slc for Wednesday
4:00-Rain Check performance
4:30--What's Your Favorite
5:35--What's Your Favorite
6:00-The Sketchbook (VOA)
6:15--BLU RIBBON SPORTS
6:30-The Christian Science
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7:30-Report from the U. .
8:00-The Platter Parade
8:30-Books Bring Adventure
8:45-Conimneptary on World
9:00-Variety Ahoy (BBC)
9:30-The Haunting Hour
10:00-Hollywood's Open House
11:00-The Owl's Nest
Explanation of Symbols
BBC-British Broadcasting Cor-
VOA-Voice of America
SVisit oukr Disnlayv
Club Sytem Easy Paynle4t '
.AVI. 21" E.ST.- PHONES.2-
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Capb elis Cieken
A grand old rSCu:
C mpbe. CM.h-.'..
i.e jst .the dish for utii
specl di nnr p '
- Piecem of chicks, ruul .
rice, ripe Bd'
, :.. PC* \. -j .*
So -. T k
prize-winnng White Stag turkey at the
Show poses. with ls new "Slasse" In Mllf- m
"blinkers" are wedged to his beak so he won't get i,
fghts with his barnyard companions.. Since her t
word, hbs peekidg is confined to whatever is
ground and food. -Farmers use the "glasses" to
due to flghbt. '
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1954 NO VELTIE
In MAH06ANY FURN
Distribuidora EIk ctza, S. A.
(Electric Distributors. Inc.)
announces the moving of its store and offices
which operate t. Ancon Atenae No.. 63 (corner
of-"H" dIet, across from the Anto Service Co.)
to Ptra vnue No. 72 (50 yds from the Bella
Wit. ? r) wMere its Branch Stoe "LCA" is
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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF JOUR AOEWTS
VuTO IOM K
) AVt ue Ave. and N M t.
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lottery Plaza
Fourth at July Ave.
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OR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANWEOUSU' = p,= .. UM *I gi
Ssehold Autoniobli-s Sleeping partner who has 3s -4,000 t S '
.______.______ available wontqd for company with .
5.-4 burner stove, reason- FOR SALE:-1951 Morris Pick-up. big possibilities. Only one of its. ;F 7w ** .' Sit
oie. Justo Aiosemene 97, Excellent condition and a bargain kind. Please write to K. Keimer4 ;r J .l
qt $995.00. Sao at Household Ex- Calle 46 No. 13, Apt. 4t"U
,E-Must sacrifice, mahog- change, 41 Auto Row Cn be NURSURY SCHOOL .r.an~:Mr';:. I, 1 *
vhgroomu set, like new, rc-a financed. Monday thru Friday children e J Cr0n
offer accepted. Albrook FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac converti- from 2 1.2 yrs. to 5 8 a. m. till mlich SaMnto' lir3roeach LT_. Deakla
^Coll DOoruin 5, Apt. 3. ible. can be seen mo Balboa Fire 1:15 a. m. Transportation provided. electric refrigeation, go$t4: s "M Velyna ,
-G refrigerator Sta. Phone 2392-. CALL BALBOA 1214 or 1384. moderate ,qtas. Phone 6-441 er EII MM.l.*a, k
ft. 60 ccles., good condition. FOR SALE:-OldsmobUe 1951., 3@ -5O SALE JU *_Mr. an ra..
00. Vista Hermosa, First Street door, grey sedan. ,1,450.00. 83- s FOR SALE p- o ....... : ,cne Franke, .
5165, after 4 p. mr. o Mrr. aro.4
SALE:-Loui' XV style bed FOR S,.I.E--Or trad. "1949 Chev- .111110aTha Hayes,
suites consistirig of double rolet..'rl:an. leaving for States soon, JUNGLE JIM JAUNT TO DARIIN 011 1| Fft. TNe ,d-' "3e s
wardrobe, dresser, ch;ffonier. A1b0c..'86-7223. JANUARY 8-9-|0 8, Ingle. M,.
chairs. 45th Street No. FOR SALE:--1950 Chevrolet con- S1nsored by Hetl El Peneme 4p Jo nr. 'a.' e.
Tel. 35404. vertible and 1953, 4 door, Mer- 3 full days. Leave January 8. at 7:30 ~. ..... ..- by olwn, r..
E:- Used and e conditioned curomotic. 2162-A, or phone Mu- J anu ary 0. Fish n g through the .Pearl R E N T .. a o ,,
initure. Chairs .$2.00. Tables ,undu 4205. Islands, visiting with the primitive el .rd it Andrew tVt.l are l 3 democrat. ac d.
.'.. Dining Tables. os14.00. FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker Choco Indians, spearing rocadiles, W r, Mi nl andrm e M tiated d by thy oqe
obeDso$19.00. China Closets mk__s rawer. Mir,
Chompipn, coupe, Excellent con- j6ck light hunting, cruising up the Mr. d : "
5. anhn Double Beds edition, new tirs, $500 cash and Sambu river, aboard El Panorna's RRE 'bfurnise I .Levin
S compNete $ ss 00. Ea n balance $350 in 7 monthly POY- Pescadora. orf reslecen. 2 bdMr d .t-o ^Williar I M rLeu, IMauriceM. Du To
rinSa complete r00. Edlv. ments. 23 N. do Oborrio, Anoyan- Bring old clothes. comfortable, shoes, -. -Ie te rm with garden in-best i uton, Mr.' a Joteph I
,.aranged._Wrdeliverbest,..A_,o. or -' ep'Joseph,
psnhls arranged. 4e deAiver, si Apartments, NP. .17.in the an- and DON'T FORGET YOUR C2'ME- numial d .rt. BI,-Q iony .h Moler. Mr. Mrs. r C H"S ",.H.
lnaI Ave nue'. ,,Ph nX 5 8 p m. [ AP. "" ,, trac l '21. _.Pkig.. ... r M de o lik e -,
s eold r AierpoOR SALE:-Leoavng country. Dod ge3 nGrious days. $50.00 each per- pe r --pipq2s e' A M*d 5 S .e. .
SLE:- furniture f 5 r 19.41. Excellent condition, S.FO. .O TELera p:on e Jnd tOR R ENT:- FwL pachalmt. Inv-110 J~1h h tom A t *
nee with regulator Frigid ire. '16CO or ee our trovaloent. die t o M nin. ab S Obllr pre" irH"
nigon$300. set.3.2 steel bedroom. ot FOR SALEL l-'4- Ford, goodtnd. oi 01E L o a Mr1" Or rOr. Oabin. e stl Pa the ,-
mahogany bedroom set. Wick tion, leaving soo% 38-L, 2nd. St FOR SALE. Six wht. aluminum a. m. and Mrs. d Secreta o State Bet.' w d ti. .
SvingroorA se:. Pictures, mir- Coca Solito, eneton blinds for type 217 house, FOR RENT:-Modern chalet, three 'O.U0'" ridDend
" All for E$ng0e.00 cash orleo, SA:-C.herolef Bel Air 1923 two 25 cycle motorsl/5 HP. gHlow e'odmaresonable price. Tel. -'_ m F"r.. l er l8eS d olat ite o 0nL t3' pt1 r i itL ,e d
seMllseCeen and Mrs. De-i3 Af. Rmea1.l rPrieaidem 4 : 0enhp DsA- ,.-Re l&
41y[y pfter 5 p. m. 825, 13th St Sedan. Power Glide, radio. Plecase cupboard doors for kitchen and' --5293,. from 10 a. m to 4t.00 twodaughters, Mr..OAter eo, for-pea B 1.--1-
-to Airport Rood call Amador 5160. dnngrooms. House 0592-B. An- P, m..' -iaLsA Reid Mr. Cbredeetrh la .t5, et D l
POR SALE:-1947 Ford B Station ,-CR SALE OR TRADW:-6" Belt and Rus:A- Chalet, 4Nrd Street Mr d D
iALE:-25 cycle Bendix Auto- OWagon. Good condition. Duty paid., Disc-Sander, I H.P. motor 3. 4 H.P. Nb..; three bedrooms, lots of Oml ed _d M. ,o Mr-. SW tate n a n. Q-rtW ,li.
i .i. CahlnlMtch.ne, Good con-, Sall In quirs Canfl ZonetI a.h1y-a'd 2 Itp 9, r. Sate ft
1$, GCol o Clayton, $350.00, .83- =.2 87-5105. motor, 2 ea. 1-4 H.P. motor all nqui Canal Zone turd: MrI. Ralph F.SbnHenry the IIu
0-4243. :CSLE-S-maloeconoml 2 car y. single phli-e.I em., do..ble 4 "4 4rf -, vur -- ,.e-, Ugg. ,' 0 B Mrad ude -K. .-rel i 6tur MD1980tt
E-44-Dinngosetdtable, side- God condition. $2.00. 36h St bedstead. Phone 875197 or see RR:-Z Il Tel Mr. and Paul suggestioiqQr I .~eret or whehm
rd, 6~Dak HgtrsH'. $" O"R FOR SALE: Featherweight Singer o~ R h d "S "rs ai crdZ a.t ty srad M
FO .t ci dALE sewing machine, excellent condi- "MANS. F. Tu SO Vin, want to isead w tl t e 1 rt di eh. t nr-
.ALE:-eewlbaby crib fndor.as-t ton. Phone 3-0538-L2- 5 p.n..EMaxN. Dr. and r an.with allpose sp
$30.00; 3 fo'lg steel beds Roat F & c0 F RS E.A. Barrett P. 1 f M r. a;d er also |,dtoated there.May ,u r .-o
406B, Tivoli Avenue, An- FOR SALE -: Brandnew2E 80n,
its, ...,ediate m t rnt OA a *
I Power Suppy complerey iirtered Mel r" TIMM@. .wM *r T wh F. jvIawm !!9 a.o. jT AJfin6.` lA "y --i. u w u 9 ee
_-- --.i ----- for TBS50-D and V.F.0, 1425 ____ MotorcyclS_ .111. cod Tul d *se atep- Ritaala,' Ntot this o a
SALE9 c ft. F:dire 0 olts, 200 M. A.. Also Dul Con- FOR SALE:--Leaving country B. yB e1 Mr. rdqm ai d -ChWa Boh- Britab and Cana' ~ l On.
'. CoA e b. See at he version 5-76 Hallicrafter and A. motorcycle' 125 cc s new, F deLERI WW51hn r ,'t. L SO. or to Rus- tribute ml i
,1' Apt. 1, Ffth Stret, Parq.r Speaker. Coll Rodman 3067 after phone Ponomq 3-'1127. pdroom, livhin-dinftgroem, hot Ert Meclanic in Ul tra. on M. e MnSl. *Vf oh tIh- ant UIlob 1-o,
S1 I water losets, g"rag. Just Aro- and HydrsAt Trans. Mr. and Mr. uo t Ialop agcy
SALE:-Mogrv dining tabli.- PEALS 97bofdan X Wl
AI. Ah a r n e FOR SALE P SON"LS MTo offers bbe profesalonl John E. youart, ry Ir w Ei n i
chairs, $40. Telephone Balboa WQRSALE F-R---,iVoah o, i"t e
022 after 5 p m. House 765., ATTrrINtIO TEIeNAGIERS! Start the San Francisca. House 54o Enquir ua ri
? 6, albo Estate NEW YEARtih byle arnIng same house. Repairs. Installation of as mer nd Agrilld ugh
of our low i*ice -- $10,00 for a I I RNT:- Two thre bdrom stO.es. wCte l* i er., i....
S- ""A '* t *' I. 3 mooihs course. Registration: JI a it m ech wtfh. t i3
I-- Exp#-. hpi*tced Wetla'w capi S.S h4 t I4 npary .and4.sdo to; 7:00 e* co a AI
id Spanish with kIt.wl- Vate;ttlapl and span,, ir. Saturday atnlg, January me Pi ems -07
of bookkeeping. Write P. 0. eCoWfortable reereation 9:00 a. tn., fo 4-2 noon Bolboo, RENT:-Completely furnished A fp
134. Panara. Giving pert.- ftpty, coDuist of lad- "Y.'" HARNETT & DUNN. apartment near Hotel El Panama,
te I l'and completely ;:vith gorge. Telephone Panama 3-
ted Pos it I on fu dWANE 99 or 3.4347. CUSTOM SOUN
Posii n igalow uicel -M SOUND
Cl_______a________re R NT: Furnished apditment
"IAW E:-eli ""' taT1 .*S C M sll Pame; th" bedrooms, very cool, elevator. j fLI ing .'' -" lLORENCE, S C;,' an5 .(UP)-
!>Ie WANZ 388 J Panamac, h_--roomsverycoo aga
Mwith recent references seek; Stet N. 2V WANTED:-Housr or apartment for 'a. 2. 47th Street comer Federico '* Selected Britishl ri Ani unite un today imeat a trat e
in American family th'.t Amcriccn familywith at least three ~.d, 4 m. to p. 6 p 4 Spe iel demenml llies Carney the Nega~0 charis ed
out to do laundry and ho.- 's bedroorns. two baths, servant's F~RENT;--fool Stkdio Apartment, a Cbinesfe t ye, qpt4ns a savge sai charged with
no five days weekly, sleep quarters, hot water, screens etc. in poases G. I inspection, I Ce e near ampleb *lt Dei. cU.
Pa 1i sbAMPblast iec6
..T.phonePanma Call Pabnama 2-2159 during busi- uifding. Excellent neighbor- (Pa
g- Mad oakirg *ond Q O, Quana The tory of uanto and h1a 4 o.. 13 t Be The housebr e.king and lar-eny A o
The -tay pi;8albos~dan~ltr ~;~~t~4si aosp~rly fmlshed. bwe por tio no fV PM tat
Housework. Must spok T connection with the romantic Vis'tenlt 7 p. m. C ws addete two othr dd
A -____________14_InAt he.Celle No45eMe toldBcllshat aO-MurdereIn the beeaadin ofdBet-
efperences retired. Hau Si cl lost colony of Dmg, the first n y t out of housebr ng that arby
Sowee andoon In the Western w.oi"',, ato d .roomprt-e Cleaee t
dy^ brutal.killin-. wwm'mwl 'Slii^ ,up, S f) lsw I^^ ^ B '!
% IM'. FTe loTde t oc colony oth k b the F RSo. O ibur gl prize a C a ne r y r t
-. i p er m we written byeg. IPna a. horn several days MLdr
Kathleen'RAM611, well known -.Foto lEon
Wof Suth Aanerca.A, OnI, 5 (UPI-- Solicitor J. Reuben o-An K" Tsb il'prior r32or70 i a0l obel
flr pp. The uc w ho sentenced Qanal o Lb a -dra- Lefeir, Iaspo ennett's Of- ae cn'le. oSte? 'beo Va feg ]' arv
them warned they may be sent matiq aory or the man who fice. 1, CnMtrs Aue. Thbifternal Affairs Depart- Sinc rne. hnad r V..ino i t t uteh a discharge.
to- m~ without the opti a td so nch Iriflence on the FOR REN Very utiful modern men said GuzanKo hadbeen the crtmnt tso thexd Fleal Thesodnue, taken n fa -
an (UP -Eapr their apeal is denie history of Panama. furnished ZTwdmob apartment. itnt. yesterday by Ben.somon. to defend j l. C the cldr; e
w lv.. ,e-T h both id tee .wil.l oenbe Ja n The cotplheast list of thnew din tI t utihty, Paeru eIot ne (R-Ind.), Chair- attorney has the right to delay e alfCte. a thrsainA dm ct-Ie
to tippe The ud senbenr J nl ook nd their authors an- e .. man t te .. eternall eu- trial for e days in u to w last yr n
t -- m e y the library 'hid unfur- it pte, and en. Pat prepare is defense. Hawrmr, the radt.tt Waa
TPrresve week follo ", n ap o now h new building mn ebroft e tintr'. th .ee m i
r. i wasu offered SCal ice: Statehood for jEn ~4 std Exchange. cons r e ub and t tri ld Sry ha ai r
Sbeoregh^e ia r148fincer FO Wi$ NT K. 5 Latan* 'S row.i
e...esbr j at 1 fine row a it o-or atihn OLtt RENT;.FISt1, furnished T aI 0Itlon where Cah b aroed of le .O cS suitE o
pea of Denmark esen charges l et week. etldbg; CoUege; tege ma red ,coupefut n4ir ns- The -Uted Stte also s e dret r 1 headio at be d ti d asy iZ ~an,
e'" an iand A oahd beth Woman lnel C presided atleo's Ir at a try- -
es olled nto the t cam Che apbook Claold: fished P Dee No. 2. reprented at the meetin by we. e M n
at Ostend. Belglum. A rur, ill is o inmate. Balcoa of Daden.. R om: and Ambaador R" Doutlas Suart C'ar-ey wa captured withi 3 alt admi -tted .1Mt
*? coast cellars we-- The life uad work g d FOR RENT.- -rom with and Subcommittee Counsel Jay miles of the i .jrder M nearly of17 to dlny hian
; P oesiefd reader: and The title he Cadian grnment." Gou- The Ulr bte t ih grl, an, d
mnA v- raMBle Dlogral p mid di: cret. and tha thew All 's bdy nde FO : ^ao0
1r00aper A-BrOtSomb- ad te tiFR RENT:-cb &Tto b.e towIItcj r b.s
s at Denmtarkw ear. Lhman w as, released Pealan dvent aers, Medevi meo crdrouph, furnist.Cd or u L- t.yThe !Unaed states also was the girls head nto r. abaidoBed y
ollendBelgi um.he1 s-a. caa. bu A C dhe aiap-book o o furnished,. IB Avenue No. 2b. reprmnta at the meeting b well. -- a a tb
jail teo Um on The. N4.1116-6 *d aortmas Suit
-still is 'an inmate. Baooa atdMsl I oil and 2 p rm and Subaoyoattee Cunsel Jay mie xoftihe. irde, byaR n.darl a' [( DfMi TAm 'personal
e"tret ee --- i 6 private em d v te bath- t wee I a' r by thre bird 1 T pounded tni
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toeck St l land. e. and k kitchen. Lst No: 4 to after a S0-mlaute araot aan he thD detirM
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S.bpms -r, of mo.tht-' pa'nt
rPaal Thedfeddblt 'aail"' per
Loech e and t totally aed
S .nived Monday from r But the di trick nla terestse ap- R
,a i bhun. 0. d the ale t.he b law to Leonm C uit u
is Mrst Sweon- rMoAt ma. Aa
Mr. 'Oid jfey al pry nded, i
her parents: c sttarpdte track o erts
o rlet to ew York h o ,to t urtheu ond e CourtI
wahThe high court was expected to
S F t H ear rule o- the q esa. last aonth
Fir 0' Y r but adjU r'the holidays be-
MHAt of .te M STEE-Acorns fore hanw any decision.
"Church wll Bold itsr a Pdh Chnum l.pt s Actinsg areDirector Frank r
'.i,.rtti* .it new corps one w *a ef "Iron Hand'. Craft said today that Ditector
day at, a.. at the Iro Co tu in Charles Aowr and the boar
Scfee wl be C hoovak.a belong to Va have d o p plans for get ,
eved ting wi start clay Nosek, mwinsiterot labor n t l ae
S i 30 a.m. with -Mrs. o to --ambe o the seret A is mad. 'fhe board i
9.witha te e '. cabi" nei the entral cou t r lataid th g vatdwrk Dlo r et-
Asd at of the aow qs ay NPamist b-y, adr. t mae om started .Jan 1
re "p eta. ea. new chge aal slave labor _-ao thae court-wol OPENSuWlidD F F Y-.t
n IP ot Hospa n Pa Itl She b
paded by emruu l owpbans%-
S It peks wit a goup
to th ,,amkun D. Romosvlt
ume to qjpn a new wgtoVt
Uit with 0. S. aid,.
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* Jane K
-.Mt ,,a,.. m,, l.
The defeated 1952 presidential
S nominee recited for television and
news reel cateras the resolutions
which he feel hid party should'
adopt for the yuar.
He said his remarks were predi-
cated on the- caept that Presi-
dent Elsenhoaer.and his GOP ad-
ministration is "the government of
al Amerlean, Democrats as well
as Republicans, and that we al
owe our government our loyal a
In their minority or opposition
role, be aid Democrats should
, "distinguiAb between the occasion
for prtisanship and thoe time when
pe., demands unity; to hold last
to our libeal, humane. tradition,
S and critioze where criticism is due
but with. foipethought to construc-
In choosing candidates, Steven-
son said, the party should resolve
"to temeiber that the Democrati
Party will be judged by its per-
formance as w I as its principle
and that we sh ways o.er
our soverig, the people, .e bst
candidates, b character and com-
petence, we Cani present.-.."
"In our campaigns for positions
of public trust let us resolve: To
appeal not to motion but to rea-
son;tospeak not from prejudice
but from fact; and .to r e that
today when we speak rom the
townhall stps the whole world Is
in the audience.
"And finally may we never for-
get that the Demooratie tj I.
more impor than any Indvid-
ual and thaWt a I s more im-
portant than Yparty.'"
Goes On Stqgp
Toaght at 7:3 tt Cao
Zone Jauor J CS oinMOt-on
of blut J." I10l'.a MuWs
A MeAt of ee Dia Up
aj t. -
.e ""AUTO" BE ON TIME-Clifford Cattell, of Adrian, Ml,
times his auto trips with this huge clock on his garage ".
CatteaU designed the m.til Itarfa ducoitio, powered by an eltWq
motor, In res'nnue to his wife's plea tfor something to dressutU,,
garage. The fimely"! decoratlon was-.o chore to construfIa
,_. .. __Cattea la elock designer. '
SuM&WlfwD, -00.;AS Oeratlatl
att (Ry AT) and Headquarten
MUery 6th AAA Group.
In lt. nty-to-day tetivliti
the wth is charged with the
antirarcaft defrnes of the Ca-
nal Zone. Ulnce June, 1980, is
has been on 24-hour alert a
ganst 'air attack.
.% u % Wa t pam Wr
re. Ah light ago over
observed last Wednesday.
Pfe, Norman Viets spotted the
light as he stood sentry duty I a
training area about 12 miles Irom
the paan'l arl hAbhe* He eled
the sergeant of the guard, 8at.
Francis 2. Salidader,
Silinder reported that they both
saw a red- evolving or bljzklja
light. 'about one .and one-alf e
in dihoe,niWl uat tree o
the UaM a base pol an aid
12 Maines Claimf t4 have seen the
could have been om aircraft -
igatlon lights of aircraft not -
toned hert," .
He said Marines who saw he
light desrib It ad a "rl
red lIht wh traveled at a
rate of speed and mn some .
stances steed still just over il60
tree tops, making no sound."
U n "-w
he fleM l
Only mu tocla
I Ery Hirnch's acting In "Crazy ltfCehock.
Legs" ave someone an idea at writer'dva
F.x. He's bing caarded for box nd a
the next MaIin MIare flicker
':The Lady and the Lumberjack." With wtfey Alce
Crazy legs and crazy hips? posed to teevJ.on
Harris sayw he's
without her "I. &'
Audrey Hepbun's still an anti- "BIt," he nesM ~'
cheesecake doll, she ays, despite le to da? t
the recent shot of her on the cover family shew
of Life. "I'll never pose for a de- Up atr s iL'
liberate cheeaeake picture," she
tells it. "The one on Life wasn't
:dellberte. Dress that wa at
hone. t was natural, and I liked
Sauel Goldryls reissue ofroM B
"The Best Yeas of Our Lives" |
1s promised and hoped for in Jan-
uary. A GOOD movie .... Danny I I I 11
Kaye'si oomlng with Vera E-
in a Ro astaire ty nue r AMARILLO, TBX., I
for te Christmas" left eye- A canvad bag conta
brow t i mount. The disappeared from a
4aSe' P al routine for booth at the First w.
Vera andDnal O'Connor but today.
Dany br l 'aside4 gestlani The bag was one.
orJ intricate steps,an follow- out to be picked u y
ed e's version step te. car service for d4iv
eral Reserve Bank lk,
Van Jbhnson and CBS executive An attendnt t
Guy Della Cloppa are huddling oh a counter l n
a radio serie. into the lobby -
tional Pank rbouldint
A 1 0e raed aIe st was to have*b i.,
W as Its tal m1ea e t t 4 9 Lai
Sthe"What about you a da said they t
Lulas?" question Is: "I t ave tak .
Sto say." Odd twist the
season is that I twa who as Inches
moved out.of he house .. tThe ed with the nam te
word's around that Diaaa'# g City police, sherfS
s, ex wife of Kirk, d FBI agents and
aw-b ,t i tm. M ... said they found no one
Susanna adolle hasn't given up anything about the m
A man who refums to fight It
0PEkNIG THURSDAY L
THE BEST PICTURE OF 19531
SA I HONTLY FEARLESSLY ON THE SC
Happy landlords aqd
heauits goet Ipgent
tlMwgb our waat-ads
ev& T. .r to
tse watsadtn Check
them aw I
Emy *aet ..Mry week .. e day-
TiE PANAMA AMEICAN caies MORE WAT AM
-hean @u ueI y ppers au PauA asI
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The atte story of love,
I ,pea I
WAMOO! B.Uhu slaw a
Walter Pidgeson, in
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loco Solo, Brewers Tiger, Bulldog t r.P P ,i+ a.
y At Mount Hope Cagers Tonight U er
of the active Isthmian baseball leagues, A ri CVi0bal ., ..... R ., L;
le Twilight. will lift the lid on the PANA/ Po It",
tonight at Mt. Hope Stadium to get theirs The d rwsto a r ters an end l IThe Stain toA
,utve season underway. It all tonight. Ning only one Yankes -
more win to bring to the At- I l I beI 5 5.1
Army Band. under' sports enthusiast will be the lantic Side their fifth consecu- ombers 4
of W. 0. Rodriguez, batter. while behind the plate tive basketball c ampionlhip, 1.ONIGH S GAME (7 ,
d early to provide, will be Howard Finnegan, spon- the Tigers will tangle with a de-i PIna Sta, Yankees (? ,
fans with music;sor of the Powells nine. Fin- termined Bulldog five and will trick 2...1) f" nes .C ,i
time and in be- negan and Powells have been a- have to overcoming an ever-im- 3-f I
a. The League of-round the Twilight League since proving team to do tea trick. LA'IFNIGHTfrS RESULT
ye prepared a short.! it's opening in 1939. The garage- Since January 1952 Cristobal eownie 4, Bombers 2
vs. ceremony to men have piled up more chainm-has not been defeated by Balboa
g of their 15th pionships than any other team High and have a running streak 7%p league ledlng Y ankes
in the loop, of six Successive victories over II I take Ol the. second place
Commanding Immediately following prP- the Pacific Biders in that streak. ll Brownies ht at the Pananoi
Station, Coco Solo game ceremonies oel bsonBalboa seemed to be falling es y Stadium I wII ashape s up on Agesb e final
out the first ball. will go to the hill for the 19 prey to the TI era when they ppr as bable pitching duel t g A t a -
trne will see the Navy: Brewers in an effort to start the came to the Gold Coast to open een t Brownes Vibert Vm.
the. season against beer-men on their way to a the season and went home via- Clark and Me .-ankees' ,,el by A __wfora
''Brewers. Toti" Es- champi onship. Gibson was the times of an 81 to 31 sbellackipg.. '?at" Pat.ick. 4
known Atlantic Side, work-horse of last year's cham- Dec. 15 the Bulldo s wereI Io th -- will 53.
p-- ... pionship Pabst nine, now de- hosts to Cristobal at Baboa and increase their first lace mar- 570. t
funct, and replaced by Balboa again the defending champions gin to thre -and-one-t mes
Beers added to their streak of wineste.I lluII Ierill I Itagrenteodow n--'ct -
t Gibson'sefflorts In 1953 Barn-with a 56 to 32 itory.Depite:i a Brownie triumph- cut t I
Icke I Jed for him more winsr than any the 24 point ni r i Balbl t. oe e- ld-eue-alf games. throu mah ; .
other other and his power with showed considerab mprove.L astnhet mBowni lead
the stick also played a largepart ment in their brand of b ket ekl thedM e Bombers Into the led 8 .. '.
n winning e ns ball last week, wh cellar b.v turn them back 4-2 team el t i,
Noel was the lea ue's leading battled a strong Athletic CCrurb b i t g -t f on'y'e o"t
hitter and M. V. last season. down to the fourth quarter and ,the ne.hur onry oe
As a matter of fact, most of the fell only 4 points short, .a little stanley r s. h by
"owerow-hotory they ev ... .. came on to retire thelast gaes
a p power and baseball know-how tory, they gave 8ov die, her when Art1h1rs ran Into trou'- x I
b llfour that carried Pabst to the '53 that they ae now rea ei gan i I hen a n nt to- .. ..,,a x .
plincl ennant will be donning a Bal- Cristobal a rough bat al00boem Jn r in t ianthwetLell a tlrh e io ilgtakin two De 10s;o tL ere:
b.r.Poa& Beer uniform. game that could cin ch t ther for the r ee ent Lopand wa lh l Do3 was; Va Van 3 W 5 9N
.When not toiling on the hill, terscholastic Cage crtwh for wn the route fr the lTmer i and was Vlbia s was th ry a three- Dgs lley 17 m 1 10
bsrnnwill be holdn don ai id ri bB fike C charCed with his th e sebac Intloss, the Fuelaa y Luh 5 Zeletes 185 17 10 5
Soibsrn w illy bh o din n Atlantic i1desHigh ich fidevae.l' "hcompared with one triu enito bu h td I
O*pn the four days m first base and the moun ill be At six m. theg yn te se tri
In the capable hands of Willie from both ear m's Junior Varsity'rwi t r thre la ch, e I atce obius. La. Brea
ul Imiude the rigni to Preztto another veteran Twilight d tle nd fifteen mi- .Moo with two fo 'three eah, led for FueraB_ y. Luz th 583, fS I1 5I II
poluiar Golf Clnicnrorc aecntr vndbld the winners at.the plate. fpolowed by Stephens wite81
be ne at 4:30 p.m., Leaguer, whose fast ball and utes after they leave the floor, ellea
Co-Chalrmen r red good curve has earned the re- C.H.8. Varsity fives will begin....Cwlfi angl ]i I
,and o nento den lae of many an Atlantic Twi.r their fight for victory. For Bal-MVY0 Elyde 1'air!- wee thew leading led oor the local withehfirst,14.
t. the 19nv light batter. Buckeye" Swear- boa, wh have et to orea win le, tuhY y tx to aege! Mkan. 1.
chl Inen will hae the reet an perforolNteoheaothrrs i e ,hsearowevere r me. with 015, bu hd .u
ou h not have r to o manager Stewart Poole haskeen rivalry has always existe, -t a ,U two ls Wr
,en A m .l db made it clear that his tars I S en- Pbetweenr' the two hH 1h-schools'--L.R. I Se .ninmer onT oi .
d-you havd rn eier nd to be a top contender ineand nothing would bring moredH uwieal rdoEngelkeL l cItt V" la e- t f o rl u l
,hi i s 2 o u pthse terace for the 1954 bunting. satisfaction than for them toEn e v a to s it
teaora ici t .w henjthe.Wngr......ue-f,-m hUthe uuo r, I 1 .H.GI.D,
to watch to be ab le to .f delay Cristobal's f cagin cer. 3 l e h til esette, .Lou Beda knocked R4ehard 1 1.
the gane Junior Collee, wh a 2-2 record SmoIot-Paredesa moout his l ght o re of the x- a 202 .t .1.6
1 lo 0 Op t hte Bein a Gambo. favo, eh .so far for heseasonestill t ha ve;le After a l th mon Oa s :. '"11 .A- Gon th a 6 S o 2 3
Son Jan. 14, 15, 1, anm a mathematical chanceof eud- 'l .. II su m up / w o L s i ,.
P nBlh.an some of the beab6_ WtheL tsao IngaeaInn t her lok t he l meag oue for the Wblebve- tmta 1 07
f the western he- with t he Tigers. d' itational t ournamentPa Nf. o a T fleb1k Bedfr geIn the Bwa rt l0 1 0S0
Mparticipathe.balit 53n 9. ll l ._ enn nr a rI D I p t M o t F e en aLI w 1h2ar0 on ln l moI, 1
Refendn a, i t s ct Tean a. o a s. ca ,moo dIxe 24 gamed agears .. 1
.VI r Sune. _mri' i, ick. mrl II ts /, a here n Gamboa. o our owiVan elder, A. T. v Morn, F. Nay v 0 2 .000 ..r11 y ,
Healner and ,U, urnl I||t 7tSTRA 'scea G M ,_ 161.1 1''81
J l r Skie year't rpleturned in a beautiful round of SItXTHUGHI'10eamve2 tempeI.T FLIL'' ,lr i g Go e .n 16 '1
iaetykiear' t Ip tIitense71 ,e par a eoneunderrb par, on thelast Htgenson, C. E. vs Job=ood, iCAac Voay aeaurle bs b7, t Van i2 4 &61A .+0 1 O 10 10
,noan4. thomset two an, Letaee,000- Cpo JGo,.1.nAgdd vy3rI o- v o.-Agoney 31 184+50
0lie0I. to the other -.d Wha 9 the Pdame', iusey C. vs rile s J a- eld t GAM EpSe Biesa'r. put 1on3 a8 3 If61s 1 (Ii0
pla wl per- rr th alebr e Io taoednieLa3inh8 71 ColliAs o Muein on Ja,. 11 at bingles ctd 3eV b on balMsB 84+24 before e th -- -1
Sb ow ou GR 2 IND EWAM -Switzerland, holed out a long put on number P ~ e v ue d ,n rAAo ,v .0 e eLU 1 +- a P.. '
,i. d Y ,,(17P t, i-The. first ussian y r h18fo d ur, Bifrdie a. dD MedslistP,2 M.vPno5,. O, l 'o .h a55,. Pa 35 5+. 4n ,.t
s ever to vi} it witzerland' eHonor. The nextN est score T wasl= e Thari D w'll T wita. P ifd xdmn w n ne-, Smmewrs 32 36 .471
I-. 3 l thothe I-,Be t! 3 staok a overgOae.rge, a 7 5. MI serp-.S. vs am-- or. telmn d .r t ti"cept the hurpl4) taff,o a ed it H iC 29 39 .4 V"
r 1 d 0 3 hP lk ot naed Gambo nemberehyR .n va Fears, 0p.be weak, Don at t te
fM 3nape d anm lhghteerght v up tr J.a .T.t te namely --- P gBe S 0
hpe 3 2 3, 1 /houwtolw play sen ,s Geamboa re gular| E FLIGTd o e. R. A an asuraur pase Gmmbo ma uIg, ,. LI G 0ur i
0Ia1W M.5'h( t P L and Q yi he ha been waiting a rake, C. H. vs C minings, sr Hsecord vv _lo.t of ,O f1. l ....hs ea -i 'OleD ma b yi ,
S.2 1 list, w e m file r-ri "l e that d l. Tgh~s oura Hulamond, J. vs Dlark, A. eItf ie n t t Franlo Ammir ,w
^Bf 3 0 021 0 1l-nds t fourda, bn s an oTey osod lub ainn Desv31. BuickbhamGonsd Coun- elt .lb ^ JS i BM M 0 3 8b be
eur 9 0 0 "Upb b c theh a. by would Of 1. 53n'. w l der, R vs iHud n ..chatten wi tw oage wit tws ad run 2sh o.no
o 0 0 0nore .f p i hl ef that1SwiJ grsI, tan-el"90continue 'sin ucn Bill-vseTayloraR.ctysafe. hits anid fndr fcaphasses. Name Games RE An.
S0 ,..s .. On th ,,eng, .s aOW- wsea-d .Boyd.hT.. o vs De o4,ndes, 'L L o retiredol ie Tansvil t ati "le.B6
a 0ofth, r2 : o 1 do Chery A vs Mdld--on, J strikeout route. Cof oGr 24 120 1+, .
tde ob ..tti. he level in which Engel 4 s'v H1.-vsend ,nm. Nayend:buredbaithe f t e
o fr t r klind' competition s each. le r'aes attendance nprob- Riley oi h.,m Tf LvYoungbTod C.ruV.oNavyH eri s red l th a fo rt Mri, .,4
In~4ors ~ ~t~Widwterh avewenry T um TpcRW 1 Vagg W one5 1 184t50 omble
..... .o org 00ze a d.id te om00.000," oesaid the Par 4 4-. lr' CaM1 3J. F. vs Atkn4 C hdid pnBt hayveya support Wagsenoner 51 14+ .
Ia orBa.hwa.i te ... gr -hadlred executive In the EngeL vs7 Costello, N. A. vs .mner e Corcklsj .aa field olp bdve u e e1 14+3S 1 .
i Pho. o..o-thremced glase, Roleltore '4oman D. m bT2 Collins vs Munyon, H. _*nahes and aTen b orn balls. BeS. t 51 -i 2 i- i M .. t -
ho-19 l the atioa sluages Ribel HaeyM A. vs M ury T Hstruckl out five Firemen, eady51vi 0
t f ,0 1I d il 7,4193,7 faheb ati on d tJea-tue g curs.1. hWilkes. J. vs Speltz d in. L. JimmyPescnd, wit a double Reinhard 48 182-+P1 motta s 1
.4 1 4 t th d,'" dtouhv ea he dq o w t cMurry Jna single for four trips to --theoC .olbert 51 15d+ M e m
encourag i CICO nIdt5icP 6,m,076 The AmNation-twindbew.ingTo ah.. ofr oarD Guardia .EENP paunDyunardi b0t. Dn with one for as 7 ...wn ast whtel ---. .
-'-s", ButIt i t o 7n r .*aaof- aIcircu.itgained slightly more (by.MMwas Kennedy, W. M. vs Hall, i. '-ia JenningsTu.n-r. .
Sand some Of fiewan toed a eskih ed than a million evera. 1952n ated- 0m.reay rt o. t omp fst rou ma t.h iles for a elg 'Te ith
0e3r .wayed f- ea kra, clueet tcolan -i by. the shift from BoS ton to Ti ere w or 2 t 128 m lsaty made off b t :00 a e (a triple Forw led th.oPa.. ....
.U d2But I' tr. o i0thg e American quatdLifed;.a with th97 and a few gas Tun1 Jan.10 as aaly b Fre me' 4 e ap t g h It
S hmonpIaI ale off 17 per cent, making uprthe las Chd, played by mutual consent t drior
IlI 8 to tat. wtlhoret the tfe- reted the can eul. so aoyn a ms oug toht e official starting timre of ukr th v ch ainneurs T trge. b r c k
u ot o bBet'deni ad Annorea eaofW0r, .o Sunday,o January 10th N, eup0/ -two le. p for four tre
S 0 0t.Louisu wi frmtletinm was Dai lA X- r i ot. set the example. for his mates. -r
more-- r n t lpa, A esrican attend- 90. [?madet Furh _fligt, be- If pil rangement- arena ot
Sovietemoreanc this yearten e the g made, ..o tant must be pros- N sore;
snapped mhs ear.Hine, JItr. va eD. atotore b G bf ln am: knt ARh198H 7
he.f. 'Snlmemboerts ofrs oro-ireplied, Milwaukee will.do we+ll.I Th ese four are:l call: _T n ,--- oDunl sta Jt- I2 PAPr m L 1OUR 0 Billy Brow-e t sib .ottd,
4Le-0co0n2Life, M0cFrthuurnfIf 4@ -MlCLIMed(2b
3 0, 0, 1kin'steam, fo~ur..ba.nds and twotThete got a gpod..cub.aaon.I De. 31. -a -" a. B.T __ thane s oa Goltaindu- D- nt, c 2 1 0.0 :b. Fred 2 n _arne
SbrunetteS, obedently followedCAn o m umnerstand tey're I- J.an. 1.- (eon. sr-. wil, x_._ l.72e xce-rom the asa-. f TJrners, Sb 2 3.1 1 0l/rLffe,
tted by their leader ceng thepark seatg ca Jn. .T2.. Len,1 .rThe bo score:
~-- i~to win~the 1 .roscountry and visionn in1rse i=teret In thalost overthis p O Wdend, A 4d tr
*] 0 0 0 01 hee.tm ._. thue bo.er ay. ** \R m **ln*l I,! /Hmkle, J. Sr. w7ii8th_ -, D). sponsored by Walter Hunnlcutt. ; /Imlud Il, tiodu oI. _
t iooiea u--e e na or01 con- v .""" i THIRD NL T wfla field a strong team' Norge Softballe ft t and tk. .L
I 41 2 8 tact b-tweea O. Mat ew "Bat" PerahtUe,H.I. vs P lpass, M .. spoMsored by the v. I y"IM at De Gr l d"a, 1o. 060 0 .
7.. and uthe public which lI Parks1 H. B. vs HaPer, D. Margar.it Recreational Asa Resume Workoue a t, p t thetDe re. 1 1" 0 0 0
S1- follow aeerup to and anford. E. L. vs Laren, t. on, an managed by Noiel b- Te2Nr enter tg Ldbetter, If 0 0
ll 01-4 7 1 trough htweight cham- ADELAIDE, Australa Jan. 5. Taylor, J. F. vs Van Wie, Geo. aon. were champions in 1952 and The S so .t 1_9 C 0 0 o 0
: Ar. Brathwalte, pon ,uly 1908 until Feb. 22,. (UP) Toay Trabert of the Fleming, L. vs White, J. runner-ap to Buick in 1953. Bea wiu .u Wll fConigan, p 1 0 0 0
Moore Al. ...United Stat deested Mervyn Gerrans. E. vs Kiling. D. While lis team lost some of itst tomorrow after" O j 1.lbs toold
ru B m uJ- Co SeI Walter Stevens Rose of Australi 6-3, 6-4, Galloway, C. vs Engelke Geo. valuable players they are ex- M Meduled *sI
SLoft OWb bages: ,of We court listened to 7-5, to move into the semiftinals W"iams, R. vs Boyc, .. E -pected to again br -n the thickp 1, S the ftaa ''ms ,
I4. Two-he p of Dr. V. G. Ursey, of the th AustraMs tennis FOURTH UGET of the pennant ".- Lebsr te ae
Grnaid, Na- pe the state hoLa- tourname today but his Davis Muller, M. vs Bleda, L. S. C. P. O.pon y a group v 198
^ t Wild pitch: MIlSW l., on tests Cup partner Vic ftlxas went Novey. Ge6. vs LaGarde, B. P. of Chief Pettyat Coco ured that the Mott tali
t oro 4 doctors gave dow to au defeat by Rex Miles vs DeaLondS, J. Jr. M and C tebe in theSe
I bal o picked up Hartwig of Au.t bral-a, smith v Davis, J.-M. '. Svc, has '. a Chm- very bei -nthr ft I
.12. Pitchers the death of Satig, won by 9-7. 6-32.6-1, Ha1nt E. L. vaM T. I. p00t0 ch age -stin .a er
2 rams, a hft -2, and now meetcompatriot Manning, M. fL. "e .JJ. anpe Pavy" have twenty bays grad
2 MIS. for Lewis Boed, who Lfeated the Pedidrik, Z. U. us Grumn, D. the test2 Raufle r li
to ear" Unfid taer amift Rich- HoliB 8. we Ruan5mA. h day fov ehe hetbtlg
I J areftLt uartern finals, in PTIF ULOW look likte the teak to beat Leaue teaBs
was out of me- .semi The other semi- Soyster, R. vs aKini Motta, onaew by Abertiva
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Purse Set Sugar Bowl
BFyrWinnersby LYLE SCHWILLING Ip vlctary with
United Press Sports Writer hambque
~TW'tournament committee of NSW ORLEAs, Ja31. 5-Zew Fo
te1 Patournama Opent committee of Cha Orleans put the wraps on tennis vfctort -
Ithe Panam a Oen Golf Ch m- 20th annual Sugar Bowl celebrea- Ton wao
toaf b has anntunted the prizes tion today but tourists aIll effoutl s- a
a the. bi est vitational tourna- flocked to the Crescent City and gained bome
ment in local history at the Pan Mardi ras w in the air. as he anp Broai
Sd tcu an b 14-o T It took eight days fOr the Mid- retain their do
a 'Anwnuneem t was w cmadee o oWinter Sports Asn. to un urt a 8 p
lrhairmen Fred 'J. Gerhbrdt and I the r53-54 program, which w Golden and Ha l
rnestb de la Guardia Jr. marred by criticism of the foot- In ,ou t n
th '.ball classic. 'One New Orleans ta'ned it crown,
The heest purse ever offered psporto-wrl ter labeled the West Idaho StateN
bee, I of $7,M in prizes, s Vlrg itl abeed the ng
will be contested by some of the i d et The apta leers' crush l
most prominent professional golf.
ers In contemporary h i s t o r y. Notwithstandn the game
Rob bDe Vicenzo, of Argenti. itself, little Pepper Rodgers n
ma, .il 4eond the title he won Itse 16 enough
1%,4 so and 113,. barely beating put 0gon4od enough show fl
ss 11israSlammln' Samdly anyone as he pIaye brilliant
-0ad c botT Hi-u l football in Georgia tech's 4ta-
De Viefnzo will return again un- 19 route of the Mountaineers.
derf the sponsorship of the Lucky y DR. P
SSie Corn any while Snead this Other program highlights were Kansas Cch
year will be sponsored by El Pa- Wes Santee's third fastest A-
nama Hotel. merican mWlie, 4;04.2, in the Writtn for-l 1 l,
O Thursday track meet and Fred Question: I carn.'
SOther stars such as Clayton Kovaleski's hard-fought 11-9, 2-official's call which
Heafner, 38-year old roly poly from 6, 6-2 -defeat of top-seeded and fast break. one of
North Carolina. Charles Haruer, defending champion' Gardnar drove across.the
pro at 'we.Officers Club, Fort Ben, Mulloy in the quarterfinals of center line, flip.
Ming, Georgia, and Skip Alexander the tennis tournament which ped a pass back
n th~n te on: of the bravest mr- in golf, wil started the sports marathon. to a trailer, whc
"',ere n F '1l ^.^ TIn^thiz wran gle at M adison Square Gat den! on: of t e br ves m, o
a1 Watisi. .24;e and' Leo SaeGiti, 16. of be back again. Heafter holds the And, although it was not a was Inba.k
qI .- part of the Sugar Bowl festii- court. He left h
~t a 1 t ouJim J Wals e. 24; andT Lew Sea fit e of course record at Panama of 65, part of the Sugar Bowl estivl- court. He leftt
t. n's and St. Louis Jerry ock 43. The vsor v udr par made in the se ties, Paddy Demarco's split 10- feet to meet e
a~ bothered the Brooklyn forces, 77.47. (t EA) o rd round st year. the round decision over Ralph Dupes ball and ca e
S Several other pros are on the of New Orleans in a nationally do w n in front
Saden list td 'coe,. among them Pete televised lightweight fight last court. Yet it was
CodPer Lou Barbero, Anzel Snow, night added to the sporting fes- r uld a bac k
-yClaude Haer son Anonio de Cerda e e Tom Gols' tival at the foot of the Misiss- court violation.
.l of Argentia ad.Mtario Gotlazlez, sppl.Why
be otf a untin a n.- AB.
SI the Soukt American Champip, The Mardl Gras season, al- Answer: Te
fro Brall.. DEAD-EYE DICKS Lou Taloropoulos, left, is a star among stars with Kentucky. Dick Boushka, ready underway with the fabu- m t e
JO E W ILLIA M S lous Krewes picking queens, front court be-
'rVI "i4L leels 'ghh nr pries s In the professional center, is a crack jump shot for t. Louis. Philadelphia La Salle's Tom Gola Is considered by planning ad holding b a Is, fore t a k n g a .
clast wifl be: continues through March 2. ass. Your man -- .....
S- lat, wI0 be aeodn w$1,400 many trained observers to be the finest of the college players. INEA) And, along with the festivities, ehn y, still was l'
.. ithe colleges In Maio t #do, t ,h i ecd 4th 75IA; e, 4e00; historic old Fairground. has court when be caught the
etfi0 Is outawlng thecollegesInMadi s staged races since Thanksgiving. Q. How on has it bee
Ga thro e to two in direct contrast to other days, and te $th 5: 7th, $0 ; 8th, .$ M;*n staged races since Th dnksgivig ow on at
Department of What's Wrong With-an omniscient and populous 9th .50 1th $24; 11th, $150 and he field was enlarged from they outlawedtheprele
ag12th?"uSt.eight to nine races daily at lowing big
-m -n"ftsnt np ls a other prizes will alo.be offers njO C 8CrNowTScouthLat aAm erChristmas. he eason closes around the ket?
It ean't bOg.the scandals. The fan's memory isn't thatlon fo March 14. A. The racth e was
No doubt the low caliber of the tree locals who still pm-or in ao hr In. dht t
anadh ,ooe ps The amateurs will compete for 82-day program, with most of tion of how hig er
tor*Bimost likely the chief reason Is that the pros play, the a lo edatrri w and15 c r thelarge purs being held until coming, my b "e
game so ulph better., beautiful Sterl Siver i ies Mardi Oras cr wds jam the park ketball," pbli'ed in
For the first 11 games this season th6 pros averaged 12,500, donated bY Pan-American World Defending champion Louisiana players six-four as tll
the colleges, for six, averaged 8000. An i resng- gin1 te Airways State Unlversity had to settle a six-four player
hre colleges, for six, haveraged 8000. An televise their games. andte Airwas. By AL CARTW GT Colombian League, which a Another objection to Colombia for second place in the basket-
collNes haven't. NEArPecial Correspondent four teams Torices, Willard. is the weather. It's no hotter ball tournament as Holy Cross R4CE ANI O
le rst h laven'et. s woud e ) ute the )gp~4ag theory 'if 'Vy andVanytor and Indlos. He sensed than Mexico, but th humidity swept the 'e 66-86. ISET' All- OLTMBUS,.
that thse .eectlantcic ,monstr makes living foom captives tf fas feoPHILADELPHIA (NEAl --d a feeling 'of resentment by the is much greater, a drain n'the American cer Bob Pettit put Miller was the le
wakt -:otge (, wo n bD g eima toke. A. more plausae die.Collins, Jr., is somewhat of natives against American play- players. on a goo A'ow with 27 points, money winner o
th.ug mght b~that if Ssn yU can't evep gW..t away. ea leg man for the Phillies. ers, feels that it could become It's easier to play In Mexico's but Togo PFlasO got top honors Circuit 'n 13o
,er ,pr btPedV 0%l q oiin .ia tiakn Collins, assistantI ar direc- a problem. dry climate. for the Crusaders. as he led them places and $234,490.
tlr-i". U amg y S Ot A yr .do-.On of-thea e .daysh L a T o 0 tog, puts in his mioleag' dIng,,."
thVf ptebab also come tt po ot~baAl..- Tle spois fan the baseball season, but ey
not.. e. the houewith. He w.ts the. besatand the m t ~pr made him winter traveler,
.' *.* lTthis-in e. Th Ie oldYale was 1,"
= .'" ," --e. `tru .teo.rn
"a-r '-.."..@.w-.br' fo z oo uew. r base -.
-- mtOW TO Lo ANW e't. .., l, there. Wheat you-'are thro ugh
N '"OLfour t r, tt n ght the' orders read, keep on- going
o in populriy the pros must. first and foremost keep Leg d it aal meet- to Colom .
clewi. secouU., th. must offer S wholesome, adult ing p m:ro opeiibi~douu tt
Wth eir lott g-ti W. .-.p to o t tl a Ihasubeenwan d to be that acti aIn dthe
Sn the ho0 ty. It is not po.siloe to say the at wneT IAg a f, f Ameicn imprt s a
paienfftyine Is'done 'to restra~ln saawking players and lnttid- bleheader Inwhich all four teamsn. nat hes In a couple of countries.
rting coaches. Thia sort of thing caD't help but be offensive to Willsede ation. lando wthey'r name playlovers pl the hot-
neople, who come to see an exhibition of skill by experts.. and Wednesday night's meeting ful in with e Pu erto Rican, Panamati-
they. gr#itly outnumber the partisamfs to whom anything that will be the final opportun tyst in the Puerto Rican, Panama,
pr~lm e to adaynoe the'home 1 cuWis"ill right. "-"." pIron out all the large and small Venezuelan, Colombia, Cubanci
S primary fault lies with he le e president, one Maurice p before league play and the Winter and Pacific..
shar TeaI managers and Coast Leagues of Mexico. TOW
dpff, whd;paen i rls to support his officials. Where there leae Officai anre ures to -a b The player plays four games a W. Ap-lob40 1r. .
M aNthorlty there ca be-but onq place to look.. I Ithe Balboa Gym right on time cases for a price which in most '. u-.. c- C e"'I
WhoI 6 stranger to the sport or its operations. He getetVeg for the same thing back 69.01M,'$-% *,"I
.of the co best offtlc w have no part of the -ooo---
pros, to lees nioney rather rWith the defending chain- I all this baseball good for *t VENDE"
hl'aMune w-. _W- ros Bae-ions, Bck-C.hevrolet, not in the talent? Collins says the \A.ri,...aed' d6e a"
bhon -810t o toJudge the running this year a ne Philadelphla Nationals haven't .
entry in the Pacific Side base- decied. .o."
ket ,id asiala admi on., ball league rates the pre season wAw't ...d Labor' -..
was 3 90h AptLandis, ihyaroniz favorites role. This is the Lucky D, won't until around Labor
ed Otyf dipline and adequate enfoteeqnsit powers S'trike team. managed by caps- ,Day, when we'll have had a... .....
i l wa to be generally accepted -by the public, but Mr. ble Don Bowen, and filled witchance to measuretheperform-
KilliclHl t i well ma4e. To be effective offic must have experienced a n d established ances of the winter leaguers IIn-4-0
omplte authority and the hunted support of the league head. baseball players, our organlztion" the tortilla eu I CASA ZALDO,.
MA t.ng a IWays that they arecompetent to begin wih. authority replied. I.i AVE CENTRAL NO
If the Smokers seem to be out "I believe winter ball is pretty ..... .. CEA,''.. .
ML AIn.front now,,.then it Is sure a good for pitchers. They work :-*** 40
MILDASCOLLEGIANS toss up between the other three only a couple of games a week .-" FARMACIA LUXU
a al thems Blo High, without t_. and I think a. pitcher should b*.u.. Av4. caaA.-s
easte.4* restrain and would be, If not encouraged by the coach Morton, will have to find a first tion doting our off-aeason. qI "''- EL
an(.(.ondit which tend to weaken authority on the floor, line hurler to be the powerful But I wonder about infield- -- *AVICIO OEWIS...
". $ nSo are college trained. Off thb epurt the, are gen- team this season that they'were era, outfielders and catchers, E ALQUI Av. rrvou n .
The-Metamozphoass which turns thpnl into official-bait- In 1953 and 1952. Bill Carlin and who are playing every game a-N D EH
'so mysetery.:T t'zbe rous officials aUk for it. The his Womack Whisky nine are round the calendar. The effect NOVEDADES ATHIS .
thai hardly any of these fellows ever challenged a deci- also hurting in the battery de- on the regulars, I suspect, would .. VIA 5PARA No. 54
slo a college players." p~rtment, but should have plenty be mostly mental. Along about *
Klliege hasysome suggestions. power at the plate. The A- August, in our leagues. I should ., ..
AOnly the team capt s skfnl be permitted 'to question a merican Legion outfit, managed think they'd get fed up with ". LIBRERIA PREmI.ADO --
deci ,.a .by Paul Mohl, and composed baseball. It would become a CALLE 7.. No ."
(WI Ejeet and fine rona whowie protest 4 t be. a. largely of Janior College men. drudgery. The bat would get.
5 S I g t f Ir. won't have to take a back seat heavier every time it was swung. FITGAFIA DOMY
rhakdbSp rekig and Madted a l bs pass $ a surprise team of the League, h ofessional experience. Ins-C"
) all fouls In the last fear asi jj je 'tw Anyway, baseball fans, remera- Mexico. they include Mel Ahltnas 'CAB
fo" an evF-all patter tof ila ,fll Sunday. Janus 10th, and come quo and Hub Kirtle, who is one
g elsa though I must wo abou th validireTwi igti r s toFARMACIA EL BATURRO
.lay. Th_ f 'eeet game la~heone that i d the Zrinth of pocy this year there wil e no in a row, he's liable to Ho theDE H N
** ... '**e's ,, Colin, and he stumbled over N.VEDA OR
D iver E rs 2nd ent.. ri Cid aObregon, I. 4IO
Y... r~n C~o"ItIsIVr the better of FARMAC VAN-DER-DIJS
....Year In AComa league th -'the CAMLS go1No.,
". :.: ". oth er is th e rem nants of the old .CA. V o Ho.MD I
-- "', PHOSNIX 'A Tan. 5 (tTP)-- Psquel orgailaio and is
k- ..... ... B 0n, yoithful Phoenix well. conducted. the park. are x FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
a to race riverticall hare pretty good, will be better o.when AvXa. CArrTASl *o
I n a nmidget ao ra last Jan-an rrigton project i complet-
uary 4th. was still ueonscious ed. Right now they can't row AGE A IVN E A iClAL E U IA OI ''
today.,one full year after the grjam.becaus there wouldn't be AGENCIA INTERNACIONAL DE UBLICACIONS
AD VERIM wa A t e.. :ter to keep It aU MAZA D.LA LOTMIA p66 S "
.mong the "Attendance lor tWe better at- .,^-^
'Sr. *leaders in the 19L1 Indiapolis traction is from I=0 to 76M0.
0-le rces-tthered a severe The clubs travel by plane. Ac-
SOU CAN PCE YOUR CAhead Injury whenhi OW was In commodations are adequate, the
frjB~~r^ ^ .. .... ~~TVlVS- In & MMlti-ear voll~don food Ped. The uMlReM take it7fn ^AH ~ 'T /^TT /TAOr~Tt iJkB^LB
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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1954
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UP)- A
PresidentAEisenhower gave the tn Houseras aekrSene phRWeMar-'
American people his e asuranent lcan leader William F. Know-se
tiET RECORD Col. William W. Millikan of the Air National last ngh that the government ae
Rhuard, is greeted at Mitchell Field in New York by his daughter, will use "every le itimate means" land (CaPif.). said they are sure le
IPatricia, after he broke a record for jet flight time from Los An- tos sustain the nation's prosperity the President's leglative pro- ta
g eles to New York. Time: four hours, eight minutes, five seconds against any threat of recess tram will be "well-received" by sc
well over 600 miles per hour. or depression. Mslppor .,p"
But he voiced a "persistent Mr.sp enbower will meet to-rso
Sand reasoned faith" in the basic day withDemora l mandRepub- Si
red Judge Accuses Dulle soundne ofthe economy and lcan tongressonalleaders Jointst
sternly rebuked the "fl-ap- ly In an effort to win bIpartisan al
pointed peddlersI o gloom .and support for major national de- at
SeneDrill Sergeant ,no r and foreign policy aspects va
SMr. Eisenhower launched his of his psograsei
f 'D rill Sergeant M en ality sharp counterattack against The President wig deliver hi
"boom-and-bust" fears in stat efth U lt melsae in
nationwide radio-television re- Person to a Jointsession of
port on his admInIstration's houses Ttrd s op botr
,ZW YORK, Jan. 5 -(UP)- torney today on the possibility of accomplishments and plans on Thouses meThur.ly flo W
ifam Clark, ousted chief justice bringing a mandamus ac t I o n the eve of the second session be JnloW-
United States courts in Ger- against Dulles to get another pass- of the 83rd Congress. ag o1 b tW ipnb al ra mes-
y, today accused Secretary of port. Democrats generally applaud.- program and BrONNe farme to
ie John Foster Dulles of having If he gets it, he said, he will go ed his pledge to.act 'pompll iand 5roI ii"sg ted amend" te
S*drill sergeant mentality" and to the University of Munich, where case of a recession. They assert- rents t thb Tft- rtley sc
the State Department was he has passed .is examinations for ed, however, that his plan of ac- The budget or fca195tiw
S in its teeth" when it denied a doctorate of jurisprudence, to tion is borrowed from the Demo- which starts bud t July I will g19
Sdplomatic passport had been write his doctoral thesis, crats. Some suggested that he Congress Jan. 1 and the Presu-
oribly seized on Dulles' order. Clark said the root of his dispute should start moving now since a Jans 21 w and t 2P -
T.he s.year-old jurist arrived on with the State Department was his recession is already here ents economic message will be
liner Queen Mary. Although criticism of the U.S. hih con- Republcans warmly praised ae a
r-year judicial term in West missioner for allowing "the Ger- the address and predicted that Unio-T-messag Includes a dis-
was scheduled to expire mans to put American citizens in the principles the President out- Uniot o message Includes a dis-
day, he defied a State be- jail without trial and without bail- llne would be followed by specl- Cutlon of taxesI but declined to
order on Nov. 25 reliev- an old German custom." fie recommendations which A- oulhean'Dar el A. Reed (R.- 5
from his job. He said has dismissal was "the mericans would approve. .ohairan Dat el A. Reed (R.- Ways
judge, who has been in most outrageous performance I've The President also declared AF.Y.)ER SRVICS President Eisenhower (rithght) ad hwe, and Mea Co -wrmmitntee, howeverays
i controversies during his long ever seen." that the legislative prram he AFTER SERVICES President Elsenhower (right) and his.wife, and eara Committee, however,
.ontro various state and fed ever seen." wllthat the legislative program he Mamie, stop to chat with the minister of the St. James Methodist said when asked whether taxes p
Sbenhes, said when hewas re- of the Unionion message Thursday Church at Augusta, Ga., after services. Left to right are: Frank were discussed at the White n
otd that he would stay ote 11 is devoted to the welfare of all Q. Echols, pastor; Mrs. Echols; Mrs. Eisenhower and Ike. H"lm- l o w
the State Department Americans and "does not deal In wi Af lr M
We formal charges against 5 w Much rel pie-in-the-sky promises to all and womenmust have an Intel- Several h eede lared that the _A 1
L I |nor in bribes to a few. ] nor Jn atual grasp of the problems be- country it "in a recession now." Id
.martment thereupon sus- threats to any." fore them that is matched by Most, however, foresmw nothing P.-c tew t
m, took his diplomatic I e their devotion to what is just like g rei. aI et em p a
Bad-ave him another I In a 15-minute television and human. -Hes edntiethtthetd 1NPM
that he take a di- and radio report to the nation. "Such people are- true public other pdmlnistralion leaderswll w
There is depre Interest ienhow acknowledged servants; not bureaucrats/' keep t pullinorimectnnthee1
Interview, Clark Ta m nPnaS ni ntrmerest that certain econol tadjust- Mre than a fourth of the phogpe'ft B i s t sl a ofv:.
amn Pi partm t or anv ion to be nts aart ecesfln chasg- President's address was devoted ram -Tncoo. .
A olice commtission- ha tlemron'.ao t In g t ime Bt lhe said they to reviewing accomplishments a f late
L o mPss o r Prhelde here d on,.who can be Made without "the ece. his administration during the '-Mr. Elsenhowei amd his legh- H
S finthe Canary haS made known la interes nWhonomic 'shaoe.s for which the past year. lative program 's "nspired by be
us eoprivih him of has made nthe 4 tle in. Commuis h ." As had the White House in a zeal for the common good, dedi-
h t movement. dustry h bea n Invited to at- Asserting that te administra- Drevious. announcement; .Mr. El- cated to The Welfare of every A- the n
It e woul coa his at-try, h .be Init members to at- n is ready to. move In "at a senhower referred to the end of merican family whatever' its A t t
end t of b e tant Seputmembers moment' notice" to protect "the the Iorean fighting, reductions means of livelihood may be, r Later In p
iof h b t N an tl Dblyeputies basic prosperity," he said: in government spending, remov- its social position, or its anceq- hower also. special me- a
The convention'in whichI therefore give you this as- al of ecoPomlo controls and a tral strain, or its religious affl- sages on houfng, taxes and ot
most important attlemen of surance: halt in skidding farm prices., lltlon." health. la
Ia i th e country take part, a able to the. federal government e also referred to his a-
towardslCattlemen's fo Association,,," that can be used to sustain that tomsfoz-peaee plan "to help
wioa lCtlmeop atesioheprosperity Is bing used and Wil end: the ejmato of suspicion
government to oravent control continue to be used as necessa- anif fear. tht. excites nations Yu rIc o m e T
nsand wipe out ot and mouth o to wa I
''d wipe o ooth repThe President's speech was the He said his administration al-
physical examinations dee In the republic, first of a series he will give Con- so has sd the "groundwork" for By RICHARD A.MULENS the new tax break, read the sec-
ma Canal Co, and gov- The 'convention will seek in. gress and the public as the law- still anther iCcomplishment tion called "Unmarried Persons
_.i ployes In certain creased protection through the makers tackle what could be a quick remedial action in event The first article of the Tax -Heads of Household" on page
be hbld during the control of the illegal commerce make-or-break session for the of an economic slump. Primer told whether you are one 4 of the official instructions.
.welnningn Jan. 11 both In livestock and the improve- Republicans in this fall's elec- of the millions who has to file a Note that the "household"
e Isthmus. ment of customs and consular tiona. "This admptlistration believes tar'eturn -for 1903 by March 15 must be where you live as well as
esrequired to take the services in relations to the en- Mr. Eisenhower and his cabi- that we mkust not and need not Ilb article takes Vp the next the principal residence of the
examination include try into the country of danger- net spent two and a half hours tolerate -a boom-and-bust Amer- que0ton: which tax trm should children or dependents for .hom
t inasters, tugboat ous bilog cal products and other with OOP congressional leaders ica," h6 jald.- "We believe that you It l maintained. You do not
and operators, crane items which may bear foot and earlier yesterday going over the America's prosperity does n.t as for 1952,thete are three qualify as the.head of a house-
divers, railroad en- mouth disease; radio-TV speech and the State and need not depend upon war dlif eett types of.retarns-Form hold merely by supporting or
conductors of the Union message he will de- or the preparation for war. I4M short Form 1040 and Long maintaining children or depend-
and conductors. 00 ents in come home other thren1
P n actric f ide. examina- Cattlemen will recommend liver in person to a joint session "Sound planning and aggres. Forn -- cents In some home othr nur own.
I be started Jan. 11, and the formation of a technical of Congress Thursday, sive enterprise must, of course A ,;eerlption of *3 returns your own.
.sducted at Section C. committee with enough author- The President did not go Into be accompanied by the Indispen- and "Wto-may,-ue esfh oan be o
i rads Hosapital. Itity to act rapidly in case of any details of his legislative pro- sable ingredien.-a persistent found* ae sge& of official A married person who Issepa-
that 40 examinations emergenbles brought about by gram In the radio-TV speech, and reasoned faith-in the growth. inads aonduwon'lbe repeat- rated under a court order-calx e
eld eah w0exkm day. o foot and mouth. They will also But he said it "represents the and progress of Ameite. a faith ed ,4TYo can easily decide the head of a household for tax
'held each week day. ask the government to approve philosophy of government by and which cannot be sha I by Iself whi teiurn to use by folloWing purposes,
SAtlantic ide, the exa- an Animal Sanitation Code now for the people's and predicted It appointed peddlers oft:-om and the rules If sehol, use form 104. T1 ee
will. be conducted being prepared by veterinary "will meet with your approval." doom.' m 1.- Ityour income Is under household use
Dispensary, Colon Hos- technicians of the U. S. Exten- In a possible dig at past While M ElsenhieVer named $5o000 11 out the form printed is no wa to take advao n Form 10 of
egl nning, Jan. 12. sIon Service and foreign special- Democratic administrations, no such "peddlers" a. number with ts article. It automatical- this taxirdeak ortile take Form
avoid confusion and deIay, ists, the President three times ref- of Democratic me r of ly teDs you which return to use. The. third article take up an
been requested that all Other interesting problems af- erred scathingly to "bureau- Congress have warn .ent 2. If your income is $5000 or important tax matter-your ex-
tents be kept puntually. feeding the cattle industry will rats" or "bureaucracy" and ly against the possibity of .u more, you must use Long Form emptions.
i f' M9 bureaus and div- be discussed. These include the said he would have none In his recession. 1040. -
l..-on the Pacifgl side have establishment of a central cat- administration. ---- The next problem for married T Drm
requested to arrange ap- tie brand office to register and "This administration believes persoeais whether to file a Joint ax rPimer Q. A.
te through the Chief. standarize brands throughout that government, from top to aris A or sepamte sretun. Single per-
Sordse Division and the country; foundation of .a bottom, must be manned by men rulfl) VGIdiU U sons ban only file a separate re-
'i- tic side with Dr. thoroughbred Aoek register: and women of brains, conscience, turi, but many of thsDe who are N Q. My wife and I are "living
at Colon Hospital. control t cattle ,rustling, and heart ant.Integrity," he said. Plainclt s malntaning a home are entitled apart. May we file a joint re-
other important problems. I "We believe that these men to the tax break given heads of turn?
households. A. Yes. so long as you were not
y p Robber If you weren't married during separated n 1953 by court order.
Play all 0D 6Iof 1953, read page 4 of the of- Remember both' of yon must
Sficial instructing for the rules sign the return and each is liable
R S IP PARIS. Jan. 5 (UP) An as to whether, for tax purposes, for the whole tax.
-L --.. enthusiastic Paris policeman you qualify as a married person. Q. My wife and I are dTvreeA.
H i 8 "I convinced that anyone who pull-' In all but a few cases. It is ad- Our son lives with my wife who
LONDON. Jan. 5 (UP) The arid will be dealt with appropri- ed a gun in a street argument plained more fully in the eighth furnishes about per sent ef
United States Air Force was hor- ately," he said. must be a dangerous bandit. dis- vantageous for married couples the amount necessary to support
rifled tody at reports American The Sunday Empire News said .rmed a plainclothes detective to file a Joint return. Here are the boy and ever eme-half of the
7an. (UP)--Ow airmen paid British girls as yesterday that protests against inspector with a flying tackle the important exceptions: cost ef malitainlir her heme. I
e'W9t Encyclo- much as $28 to strip off thqir the "degradation" of Britih girls The typically Parisian cops- 1. If both husband and wife contribute about M per cent of
advise ay to cut clothes and pran.ce naked appearing in shows at certain and-robbers mixup started when have large Incomes and also the boy's support. Ie oithert fus
onLW nti Bedsr throu h service clubs. American bomber bases have inspector Rene Duchamps told a large Capital loses. This is ex- qualify as "head of the home-
4qhearticleeon-- If the airmen are really doing been forwarded by the London woman distributing pamphlets article.. hold," and who sm elalm the
Z eto t'a exe- that they are violation all sorts Variety Artists Federation to A- b a c k i n g the current postal 2. If your wife could be claimed boy as an exem Th
Interior M te1 of reglatlon a sptemaan said. merican embassy authorities, strike to move along, as a dependent by someone who A. Your wife qualifies as the
-|Ie s g "The United States, Air Force The newspaper said because gets a bigger tax cut than you head of a household but you are
d Afour- as- does att approve of any form of American airmen are based on A passing metal worker. Almne would from her $00 exempmio. entitled to claim the boy as an
-l tume five w t entertainment based o .liowa- what are. technically Royal Air Morin, told the plainclothes in- For example, ,3. 3 yon we e OxemapUon.
1 1volumen mat o ne.ss, aOcenity or vaugeiay," an Force stations the Americans spector to mind his own busl- married on e. s, 1953, and EQ. y ife s arn oree
-* Air Force apokesmaln said. were forcing violation of British ness. your hoown. li.) Weart hgiven estody ye
"-s.ting directives spcl c1- Jaws which permit nudity on the When Morin became "abusive If your wifesl.l p o tf a fr if ea
.. prabiit such en t stage on ly If the disrobed "ar- and threatening," Duchamps ed her during R emhs yeme e head i a
oan IB1P installations in the fists" does not move. told a court investi ating the had no lnea 115 -OU@a umelabe eld?
B- t United Kingdom." It quoted an American officer whole business he pulled out hbls her as an i f youont A. Nether. The child or chU;
UJr .r f" -. as aayin a rope held by four gun, in "aelf-defense." file a oln k .dhtico ren must iUve in the household
Wa- gOThe spQkesman said American sergeants had to be set up in one That was when the policeman. is su ihe t.e n duilt the entire ye except
5 Sftof nS Offiilds .were investating re- camp to separate the audience Praneois Ortin. thought he saw vours, h3t will cut his the case of temp eary -
b_19 s --3 aer rBrl lressa that from the nudes and that from a chance for a promotion and taxes more -- I am sa
t s Min WAh l were to the "past experience we need the droVe to the inspeetor. During Aa .twho mlauea intalag alr
to-beat-tue me- rope" Maria heroically malataims || .1 Wilf s.5 my mehrfh. Mgy h-ih
-Of e i.n ss t before "They have been paid up to 1 af f w healthy awinp, and e mither.. .. 11 t. *
^,IMsof e sa.lar- pounds (PS) a niht for two spmps complained. rm-M d port r
--L r e e- than 'turn' of about eh mhiites pendea -s huhie s t Be hi .
-'. tr .ch," te ew. Ne pi. Was charged with "re- mmal ta st of t .e ?
S"M ay Pwho r* ab blow s agatint a a- -,,- ... A. -o. ., no* _
Admit Rackef- .
Ste." ..o. q-r.- o.. ..'e
NEW YORK, an. 5 (UP'ed P othl ae S o
ro leader Walter W' s 'a lo tt eimBe' in,
sy that Soulth C hrol ao, I Rbe lted, ta
nd MiismsisppI wotild -
loor to "raeretee.ss and oR
t rin if they sh ub- t
hc sebool y atems in the even h
pme Court outlaw sera' oDyia
Whie, .the executive cetry White i S e
ut h a a p d c o t ra ctg rea s
theNational Asocatnorsti the rAuafoease,
dust&=t if Colored People, e Supnm l
eid tAt.f these thke states take cao,.tion's mot fre
ePr o elo fti In he s ae io ....
*greatih they "would be help- A
asat prMuliat the schools o He listed-am-u fia
beua standards" fo Sie ns of the year ust"P
chooul dr.. rvival of the o Ternniet tc
Wht a.l auar adtheNa AC' committee to iu .r:eiaIal
5th. it .eeia noted .n 't in employment on 9
nm r~_.rglas e ds- contracts pentf.e $et
Issippi a1 thatened to ujb- iegregaIn in
itute pjub~lecaNw with person- Ishieaos; the In
I subsidio .- _be.l r in
40n- C men and rv ote, Particularly
te s3hools i sfat the, Su- association's frs. *
ate schools inhe evet tbhe 5S- do" dei.peto d e6M'
gregatin. plete. emancipdUton ., 10th
"Unconscionable qu a. k'and a;sidrsofLin' .maci.
acketters would move fI, ,ittio Aron Prolamatlo Ia 1 3.
p their own debased standard -, .
"The. tate Would be heipte.
gulat6e ifm private shoou, 6
estab Any standards to proi
et the iUte's Investment andth
hool.ohildren, because toi'd. so
would be';ubject. to'tho Surd- ", -
>n of the federal courts."
White also warned the asksola- fA
)anama Reports Mmywoob, clif- va, 's
)n Cement Drive:, r? ndJ
Miles roved plan t marr *sol thi
The rnter-'Amerlesanci Bn h
Ac CAm"Mtteq rec. v In fact. a catems"
t..,,6n IL wev w .se foryro atet t te o
tda sobt v
HIRM'S HOW TO TELL WHICH FRFM TO USI
IF YOUR INCOM WAS LESS M ANM $500
(n ym Mse a jbtm j ruBa, e wdfehs t. WHOm s
L Do yi have dedWetekm or eftiuGbMa' INO
hatet, dleal kapm L, etc. which total me
thum % t tgrIs eam? (Artlch, 8 at S,.
exphb aHMt them dmdin.)
If your answer Is "Y stop right here. Y
asould Afileo Long Fo* 1040. If akwmer i
"No" go to the nxt question.
2. Did yoe have m them 100 Smm fr-m TU NO
dilvud, mIatmt o wAge at athew a 0 m.
Wfthhbdig StatMt? .t
iUf or awe is 'rYe'5po .further. You
should Me manMort Form 1040. If amner is
."goto te Qnxt quto.
.-DM u Iw er, 77- e 1 M. bimd wa*- Y=8NO.
dli m dwl amfcAmu r r-i
u aubwer "yIes" go no further. "Yeou
D.o y TUfO
tfa f ." a myomeflkd El* t am
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