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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00253
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SPiles? 'S a Thief In CZ Court toward Parley

C W ony i z .,
Dusting a car for fingerprints
S- led Canal Zone detectives to uA
"put the finger" on a young
The Panam-A eat offidl about Panamanian who had just re- -
on confirmed aely's ndlg termina- ceived a 60-day jail sentence in .
latter part of OOr .a i e;l,. a BE Height source the Balboa MIagistrate's Court. -
was ds o u SThi fI waCZsC hto. noof y ,-
Se ce of te l. ,t W new b e r l tMed the Board of ten-day e e as itioed MOSCOW, Jan. 6 (UP) United Stafteimr
n termnated end of Dre l Compny on 18-year-old David eam Charles E. Bhlen visited foreign minister Vy

"It w purely an admin- one of tho receiving certain into the anal Zone and va- oen had gone to see Molotov in the
tvhe oaceo ^ fass drporsocnal'o dv cnln erI n & pas-s Bohlen hod. Nit gone to see Molotov in the
Tre actio Sd been a gaei be at rsp. ortSnl'pe n Soviet foreign office on New Year's Eve, the S1
confirm or deny ;wrd spee n |ete t tno l Wet his depaet r TheB unemployed youth, was
ports that thd notice dirj4ted fFoi the Ueev picked .p by a p la inolothes p'rtment said in Washington Monday, to discuss
that Beasley, who had been 5g .. "ollbe oi'ocer whie rilUng, a car procedures" for starting "substantive talks or no
wIng a a s l nultt A am on oU Aver enue. Be had a pair
na Cff f ad atao A ado therswhenev aorstolen .unlaesaxawo- tons on the President's proposal."
to the office of th Secretary; f ,w an's driver's license in his After the New Year's Eve meeting, Bohelrn SIt
bein trmi, ated en-o;d ..OfI O = 0m admitted taking the told Molotov that the United States was prepdrd f1
mat5rial in theo S flies. gisses from an auto, and the gin discussions on the procedure for negotiation..,
4 not make itIB, a UI compartment of another car. He The meeting today lasted less same time It asked cla
ggeranee ro the oey iY was given 15 days ag each con- than half an hour. of the President's prqpe
mtl De t l .t TwO co s got their marrt viction of vagrancy and bring- It is expected here that Be- repeated the Rusaima iW
T tt. record corrected ,in U. ing stolen poperty in the Canl cretary of State John Foster that an outright baen-0
the t moi th.at Cmer Ancon kfter the Zone. A 30-yaf senten~ w Dullse and Mbltp~ 1ll discuss weapons is the most
l. o tt O noticeiOf nuarf auvil dock posed for tee pettn ltoceny the atomic energy pool during step to be takme
i sg t notice ai hroftnhaoreyeiiangetn the Big Four oreign ministers. T rd
ro -rtspCnale te conference L"ich I to oe h n
'i Jh Afterd police chnkea ge n. a in toerlin. dress t the S it
S T bdben e t t i asbati en Into in the T Today's visit .was taken o other tomicE powers a
to L L .l & or 56 tc ,uro.a a re a dmtteint eoldMtt he ttre u Ui t e Se- s watom ffi

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AM .Agooupf Republican Congreasional leaders leave
M -ent Iower on tepl.an mlnistration's program for
. Stand outside then iUtehme are (e t to right):
of the House, Joe Martin of Ma lachuett RelorAdo AlP
Roles Co Sttee; Sen. Eugene Milii oC do; and
a of the v6 Ways and Means Conutte.

md l:t sto i.cliid p1
on rthe horizaOn promised -11
os second seImton under I
cnEislen wil be one of the- n

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Station's prosperItyts te-msU
Itary strategy, ad Its IA
S U bor and tax
n_ o And Con e- st make 08e0
decisions th the-
6 (UPI--L SOCIAL BE rY M rt. m
Second Esenhower expected to renew ad in little eao than -tbn
.s his recommendatMion of aat year control and wft'tk4e Democrat
Wer for broader old -ace nu ce fighting Br to make
t con- coverage; Many oresmen comeback r.
nssat also favor In easing ts, ---
a ew which Mr. jleahower day re- .
comn ommend; s8oma Congressional I /
t, wek sentiment for a minina-um 45 I
&M a-month o -to co
?a tS over age but ato=t meers
oted-to expect this plan to iet.nowhere.
" some WASMHINGTOW, Jan. m (UP)-
'fi. OeTRADE Present reciprocal Lawmakers rektmting fr th
tre agreena law p es oe R of -todayoun
SJune 12; pam sp on utol eln
,n t.Quesion of =tf .her tar- eluda; ntfo r- Tme
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gaget a.t aes Ina p.mr- the n hh he Origned a sp

repshowPred hem with be continued for the "tme Lists 3,856 Men M ust Serve Two Year Te.rp
n i A suit fnnondor breach of a contract IDit, m D et' o t
SB Some dy's ln the construction business was res e
e a tinted or "lack of e thust- "That Joesn't matter," burglar of stealing shoes ands
a aon the art of the plaintiff, WAON, Jan (U) h Wcham told the U. tickets fro a an
tChr a, mabse in r.'e nr=r "-, a Chistmas pre0t" br oneeived upend

i S reported by ts attorney. T Defense Department to- District Court in Ancon this ford.
2t Deaond Ferris was re-unight rote "presumed dead" on morning after testimony h ad
d e lose a pedduties as guardian the records of 3856 American been given to the effect that he Accord ly the
py p? for little girl .because he tien snt in Panama durn a ed the pole of the
for p the owner of a rand grey arrn between attorneys ear. f theftrve the two-year term

car parked on Tivoll nue two ,o arles ..Ramirez and David A. S the absence of any evidence evout to him last Sept. 8S
a rom w h shirt, si be one of the rash of ad- e men may still be alive turning to the Canal
neay packed stolen. iralty suts against the shi deptreument made a "pre- d'busn matted dl dn t wa
Sbeleve thieves Pacntinued efer "lac d tt a fading of death." It rt matter" oa aa- r seteanc fo a
ahris Juan s. Acufia, nd Juan nd for anybody, thou it last Dec. 31 as the date for eha ce ctold the U. .py a ae ick sm had ae a15

werte found guilty vagrancy a 14 for his client, the Gulf tling accounts, and paying death duced to show that Wics ar man at the dte of his
Snre Ien rar n de et of pay- -ternational Co. ent had been convict ted, after trial

ig thme 15 fine W1e on eah -- r-t- t--u-hh--so- wickham's earlierte
btfhe Balbooa M alte. ittaue erm had been. lolrlbeW,
zone nlice e looking leavirea- OWLrCourts -purisdictio.entiinrafnmr na duringandhdireted
for the owner of a and grey Sparrinm between attorneys year.tierve the two-year term
car Wked on Tivolieue two 04arles I.-Ramirez and David A. the absence of nv evidence victed of petty theft. out to him last Sept. e8

r lay' m whurse i shit-wrap. o of t r o ear on t the Cona a
c ea.g stolen.l altysuit against theepa et made a "re-th t or the c l
It Paa'ainL* .tKv thievaesAPsdlfie Reefer ganeda

SIun eding pay and allowances t-be med befre Court record had beeiro-Jil for b battery on az

port to the Balbot Police Sta- EDINBURGH, Jan. (W i Attorneys for the rich young ruling from Lord rncontnte "It is not e d
wle toun Two young runaway lover fted elopers went to the court of se- of the Scottish Court Wof ic r man t to go inteo the

-a court action today to n and fed a motion to lift preventing the regtr r trial or youth fa
Sthem to t married over court ban obtained by the mult- of condo fro a evident

[ MWA' JLWUpections of Bolivian tin king Don mnllionasie Patino to prevent his cense for the marriage. Itself Is evidence of tHe
e uuroiq T Antenor Patino, irate father of beautiful dark-eyed daughter's The dark-haired Maria Isabe;- (of your patole) "
in hired P. Moson one of ted a oun from her grand Wickham'shd also
S hd Parlaent Hoe here Potland mot brant jurist mother, was seen at lunch ye- e as
St row but t was t kow to argue their case. rda in a lasgow restaurant an
ped whether 18-.e-old Maeas- with Goldsmith. ceae a
pede and wea a o s older brother aid ut days.

S- ~ M oldith wod Pano opposed the marriage be- Witnesses said they looked
meot of hid to e apa cause the propecve bridegroom happy le any other young o- Th .

R UB er e Indepen- Patino and plead theilrov in had no royal blood and his fath- p1 cm love. They telephoned Ed- a Canal Z0
Th r of i was Jewh burh and then went to nlas- court

---- .-- Edward Goldsmith, 25, who gow station which is only one itles senutugog a 's s
Sdhimself eloped with a pretty Four b train from Edinb ., eime a
aL n French model, said Plno's op- The Bolivian tin king, who o- the b hed ths
the = ,* The ow ehotuld re-

A. rt to the boa Poice Sta- Dposition to the runaway romance herited an estimated o200 million he I in ne dul
Two oun runaway love& edleloperf hs went to their and sabea Pa- doars from his father, appear- over to
Satourt acti y t no. 18, is not based a motion the fact prevent t the won the first round flo ur

S. co ur acthti cotp.e is too young. in his fight to prevent his
preidet But C clean-up The case of the disapvpearin a couThe royalty issue by the one," daughters marriage. Patina and sel *e..

Sn ad WOnsPM alm it ju&t clock hands proved a scla Goldsmit.h said as the irate Pati- Goldsmith's parents consider the steer, ba 'e,
Snats their job r. embarePraing to the Captoe no obtained coart orders in Scot- couple tao yunre to mariy, lone as your a

-. After a few twes, the nose staff. Souvenir hunters appar- land and England which tern- Pattoo already had stoppea dicieM.
I- tai dy. aM that any r Ce A ently stn hands riexpected porariy blocked the proposed th marriage in England. -e wleadn
;0M2 I Be 'ono M"on g0 heod in Parliament Homs here Fcotland'% most briliant jurist, other, wa seen at lunch yes- he w -i .!Ad* at

momht. un.. terrow but not was t k o ariague their chae.terday in a Glaow restaurant P en
_. he..ther w iyea-old from t h-e dark-haired Maria abela a t it
t a special ment ena llsry, Da opposite Their marriage icene would ward in chancery whch means t

a wk. And M. T n's nose the vice president's seat p a cause thbeen issed any time br after she can not marry without the feder
a became faw esy la-ust lIn Lawmno erns arend th artic ul 10 ad m today. court's pearnanasd o and of o are I and the nm

Stime for theopen of the see- cnearned about the cost of re- But, even as platoons of prt- her father's content. ohace to
(Idr~l leads of Ohio). oowrt. Rer auWourtshd

S _seo t Congre. la he pilfered haa ehimt sate detectives hired b Patino In Scotland Lord Edinbtms str s ime

marble o, of co tey are averse to a lang-stand. scoured Scotlad, thayoud co- ruling wans tund on the
S~s amal o I the Ca I- the Senate piton to the runaway ro mance hirite anra I ematd 0a 0Mll to nom h s
Sital Uean Idreds of b I-had. his brother and Isabella Pto rae, wherm she mrbe ar to

& galleas of and oil Anothar aouvenlw hunter ma Ito t," wld7r withdes her fathers Me.- em
n tino. e, Is not based on the factled to hae won o the irstr flhin aeed b
S -n g thr c swape is too young. /in h fight to prevent h
--prOdebt Mt CkIol clean-up The cue of the duappearsing -l royalty issue is the one," daughte', marriage. Latino and self as &'

s aend a m it Jtt lock tands proved ennc a.I age ladp .saoldsmlth sada Isamelaad Goldsmith 7jr t er.7 hat W
i n heir jtobd wer e mbarthaein d ped t i a R lnoe obtabinoed cu rt orders i n Sct-icounel t youn o ml as
I- afew t .ep, the nose staf. Bouvemr hunters appa:- land and England which tem-IPalo = 1r a dy %. ppeakj .-

S- diect k andU that ched-et srit n painto there e p orari d the propolthmara n Eland. Me
wia e tthe h unds A per marriage. the l ourt ndon are Wh

Tf fMo he f huge clock han rom the d-h ired a l d
--_-ut a special dfU went to Senate Ma~lery, directly opposite Their marriage lsIene would ward in clinoery whichnn 1athis
u L And WM, noserthe vim president's mat have been Issued any time arer she can not marry without te fendr
Sbeca me flaw=.7wm t In --'L 1.4 arent, pantic io a.m. today. cowrt's per', misso.max! ofhqo maand the
e r the of r- ,But, even as vtos,-of prt- athonent. ca
le o~elz at the the pitffroa d~t d _eei la et vats detectives hired by. ,tino In Scodad Lord irnam's do&= in
marble emm-iso,. Of I a a m i av d a to a lonr-.ad..soure --tlauA th !l]mw corlingr wasIssuedo n ltherow
1-.i *a d a sm a of the ;:K k that t thelt0nalnW #,Vk r emand li t- mm -ibt Itl 1M tn ?"I
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The Moail Bo, ,s an open torum for readers ul the Panme AAmer
lh. I. Leftt are issived geahfuliy end are handled in a wholly confi
S. i you camtribute dlette doa't be lmstien It H it doesn't appear th
ease dy. Ltvers aoe published Is the order receives.
S Please ty to keep the letters smiled to one page length.
Identity at letNe write, a held in stridctst dntlidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility tfo satements as opinion
epeamed In letters tem renes

Of special interest to the employes of the Canal Zone was the
ws item which you pointed out that 'Policies relating to the
nama Canal are received with close attention in the highest
ela in Washington, D. C."
It is encouraging to know that Mr. Hughes and Mr. Johnson
d the many others Who are considered top leaders in Washing-
are able toset up policies or to be in a position as to influence
e decision of policies regarding the operation of the Panama
1. Especially so, in view of the fact that, neither of these
emen knows anything about the Panama Canal or its oper-
i nor apparently cared to learn about the Canal and its em-
many people think that the Canal is an "enterprise," or
J luxilr enjoyed.by the people who maintain and operate the
Dnan Canal, forgetting the original purpose fot which the Ca-
I warbullt. Surely we can not believe the United States Gov-
ment built the Panama Canal just to give jobs away, or that
I was.to be a gold mine at the expense of its employes.
S It was not intended when the Canal was built that the em-
S loyes of the Panama Canal should pay for Its construction. No
oher protect was built for the US Government for that purpose
Sther. However, from 1953's $7,000,000 profit. most of which was
rived from the employes thapaelves, it seems that at last we've
t a money-makinr project on hand.
When our differential was threatened, it took outsiders to win
it back for us. I haven't seen any statement whereby you went
tDaltt for us. To the contrary, you publicly denied through the
.ucal newspapers that you would submit Zonlans' protest to the
S'Approprlation Committee. Congress had to ask for an Independ-
int investigation to be conducted to ascertain if the differential
Was justified. That should have been yoUA i,kopl lity If you
bad intended to help the employee.
S The Oldss true for the detrimental recommendations
=ade by the General Accounting Office. Isn't it your respon-
ubility to set the GAO straight, on the obvious inaccurate state-
ments they have been submitting to Congress.
The same problems prevailed In the question of lehve benefits
of the employed. What did you do to try to offset the detrimental
effects of adverse legislation regarding the leave?
What did you do in. our behalf with regards to taking away
what little benefits we had from low cost hospitalization when it
was threatened? I notice that this went into effect without re-
buttal from byu.
Whi n eertiabi Congressman asked early last year that tolls
be upped to protect the employes, couldn't you have come forward
to assist him. Have you. ia question asked repeatedly by other
inembert of Congre~ prepared a statement to show why the
tolls shdteld be raised to alleviate the burden on the employes to
ths Con. .
Wbl ioi oehr called for civilian control of the Pati-
CI ku Cau ^ derful oportuhlaty toassaist hibn. In-
e" d, 3**iIt 'her chance to help the Panama Canal

Tbe is a treaty revision being negotiated. With the facil-
Sties tt h d, you shobd be the first to step forward with your
(hbtaMrtkto of the Canal and its adjacent surroundings. Your
Should very well be beneficial to the employes and to
th I t ent of Panama. Or are you going to leave this to
oe' I "t men whp know less about the Canal than you do?
.tM atbe 1953 by announcing on -the eve of holidayy
Mhen flryody was supposed to have a good time. that you are1
lOing the police stations in Margarita. Gatun and Oamboa, leav-
tg those people without police protection.
You stated that you will close the Ancon Clubhouse.
You stated you would listen to complaints regarding the hous-
,g In Corozal and those to be built, and then proceeded to build
B' 'q originally planned.

You lased the moat beautiful spot in the Atlantic area with-
t 'the usual procedure of allowing bide for'the consession by
I Interested parties. We like the MoUa brothers .Pd are happy
b* hate the hotel, but perhaps if the hotel had been put out
r d It wouldn't have cost them so much, since by your own
u--ilon the hotel is a losing proposition. The Canal lost money
There Isn't an employee in a top level position with'the Pan-
SCital who can truthfully say his mind is his own. You have
'Tknew you are to run the Canal efficiently, and at a low
pet, but where would you be without the efficient arid loyal em-
0e who makes you look good in your position as Governor?
about a decent break for your employees Ib won't hurt and
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Labor News



A few wcei;s ago I sat in Niel
Blair's N .v Yofk restaurant wl
a Hollywood executive and one
the country 's daintiest; most ta
entei. prize-." ning actresses, Sl
s unhappy. In the past she hi
been lur. I into a score of pr
Communis. -tures. Each of the
moves had been cunningly came
flagged as somn world "crusade
' Now she found lierself branded
a fellow. veller. And. she was b]
Not the least ta her bitterne
Sspang from an experience she hi
with one of those newcomers to tv
anti-Communist fight-a man wi
had discovered that h, could mak
an easy buck out of this batt
against evil which has taken a
much out of the hearts and poe
D ets of so many of us- since the earl
STwenties. The actress' press ager
'had written to this chap askis
him for a list of her political tran
gressions. Back came the list i
her previous pro-Commie affilii
tions. With it was' a bill, for $20
for "research." It took a little
L while for the Hollywood executive
and myself to explain that sue
professional anti-Communists ha
nothing in common with the honen
crusaders who have fought Con
munism through the years because
it is the hangman of liberalism
and decency.
This in..ident occurred not to
long after an over-zealous Hoosie
laJ. obviously delighted the Corn
munists by charging, '"There is
Com:munisu directive in education
now to stress the story of Robi
Hood. They want it stressed be
cause he .obbed the rich and gay
it to the poor."
This delighted the lefties because
it tended to make anti-Communist
appear so downright silly. We coul(
onyk sputter. Then with one swif
phrase she almost set anti-COm
munism back to the Paris Comn
mune of 1348. She demanded tha
-all informati o on: the Quakers a i
their religious beliefs be expunged
from' school books-on the ground
that they were pacifists and' diM
not permit their men to fight wars
Naturally there were those whi
saw to t hat this hvper-tbyroidisla
was spread over the nation. The
image of ani-Coni'Munists burning
books in children's nurseries was
raised across the land. It left many
of us fearful that subsequent exi
'posures of some unionists engaged
Ir espionage would be pounced on
'by the- 'minformed-'-andr used 'to
condemn all labor. We were. dis.
turnedd lest ;he discovery of spies
of a 6artieul!r religious faith start

a w v
ra wave of hysteria again.lt thai
faith, just as the.lady from ridians
had hit' the Qoakers because of
their pacifism.
1 have two such stories In mind.
aOne union, which oalkio it', ha
'broken with' Communism, lis ,ls,'
pected by Washiigton's highet se-
curity officers of still being con-
trolled by a Communist cell hidden
deep in thrt outfit. Some day, soon-
er or later, that story will break
out of Washngton-and it is be-
lieved it w lbe shown that the
coLtrollng cell' is interested in 'sa-
botage and espionage.
it is important that this story,
when it breaks, be treated simply
as the store of one union. If all
formerly left wing unions ate con-
der:ned and discredited, so will be
all former Communists. And this
country will lose vital internal al,
lies who have contributed mightily
to our world-wide fight against
Communist military aggression,

The second story involves a Com-
munist ring which has infiltrated
tbe fund raising field-and put its
hands on the money raising apoar-
atus of an important charity. This
ring has actually pl: eed a friend
of the Soviet Chinese dictator, Mao
Ts5' A.'.g, in a money: raising spot,
uAerly u"beknown to the good peo-
o' v-ho h .ve hired him. When this
story is exposed, it is of the utmost
Importance to the fight against
Communism and intolerance that
the exposure be treated as an i,,o-
laIed instance- and not as the bas-
is for an uninformed campaign
against any religious or charitable
Intelligence, tolerance and sensi-
tivIty to civil rights can be easily
respected in any investigation of
subversive activities.
I Iefer. you to recent moves in
Texas and Massachusetts. Early
this month the Texas Industrial
Cowmission probed some left wing
and pro.Communist unions. It re-
ported to Gov. Shivers that, "With
the exception of the leaders named
in this hearing of three unions un-
der investigation, there was no tes-
timony that indicated that anpy
member _f a Texas .labor union
was a Communist."
The Commission then created a
"Legal Advisory Committee" to
assist "the governor-and asked
that "organized labor" name one
of the Comnlttee's three lawyers.

In Mass. a new commission to
probe Communism assures witness-
es their right to counsel and an
added staten-ent at the conclusion
of any hearing. Any person named
i-. testimony may also file a state-
ment or appear in his own behalf
We can get them. But obviously
we don't need to use their tactics.











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t e sal De-iSentimeht at t0 clioed '
en .A d other he.iadi e a isue t s meeting wl e a f doctor
Congress gets. Inds in y.n ack-however, A.
staged hewev.rf- two Wf the) most up disa
powerful goupi eff the ia socia- Dr. Walter B. iu
Ai i gu anad the American vada asked if the gA.M.
nMedical Assoclation-are gettln would be wise In medical
ready for a cuttpnoat battle agait ties to tell the at ut a'dtos
each other that wil end up in the to eare for mine

among te top lobbying spenders fellow doctors what plans they h.
Halls of Congre ss. f res n m i Ve 7 pr
uie .u, i effect, is s erocial- r. Walterd
ized medicine. tt rm elect of the Al L
The Amenran Medical mAssocla. any t uch draU

so sederam Sedi bato roe ad ele 'to- added: If-. doctor'd
on, which ranks second amono fatal error thatd the American
registered t .'ashrgto lobbief, e 4ge osur s 'throats cut v'
spent .270.174 to influence Congmreda dohbus dper eny it.
in 1M2. The Leghin, which r~am^a doctor, whome naime *aa -

ueighth, spent $6235. Both are identified in the muter oa" i
a g the top lobbying spenders fellow doctors what pela they bh
to influence Congress. for treating the 87 per cent s

gln hs e~f*s eost. e rviceconnctd cases.
But in this case the batte goes 'ow," he queried, "could thei

deeor than Congress, with the pati.ts be placed in Iharl
Sunis co ata lng doctor to in- crowded local hoitalaot w ea
filtrate the Legion as ordinary vet- t help the taxpayer if ci Dulem-

eer s.In order to fight e social- s si amp sheited knowm the Fn
ied med ue batle from he in- to the local v at?"
ilde. The A.M.A. has even set up After war ng tKe doctors th

upon their eomauni r
S"4 Rtt" group, the NatinalS gend t are in irder ato sa the-
,ocalid medicine batl e and not know that the American e,
waras Iltoiembers to cqnfine tIir havc a special regard for vewan,

statement ttle q d n to "cleared the Congres doem Se lw."
through th e d .A. to make sure r. Oscar B. Huter oWashi
hou al same thing." ton, D.C., tol e th dpat
es. In othe tword has wh rated prpvet ed changes VA.
i ts .. -to start shooting at care woqld have toughIt!f"tiBt5
e A.M.n gets sick for l the American Congress. He rem ed the rs
region ma la=ity suffered in Le- thwar, ti A.M.A. "sfa inw

unistic attacks on th.UFedral sy3. e1,aga st ILe doctoW."
em of care for veterans. Meanwhile the Averican' feki<
'Never before" says the Lemw*e, not exactly knownas W
had the A.M.A. defined socia z list organ, has pubnshed-'a'
medicine' in su a way ais to com stonging editorial acEus thV
pel America's war veterans to be W M.A. of uging thateaugSt
or it." disabled veterans be thrown bow
upon their co'nmuntties far Md!
NONSERVICE DISABILITIES gent care in order to save the
What the battle boilq down to is a oty from. Socqlisf."
nzopxiul by the doctors to ban free F F I*
hospital care by the government UiUIUV -J~l B l
or nonservlcecannected disabili- EiUB
ies. In other words when a vet #L a a .. a
tian gets sick for reasons other L kltft lNAp ItJNI
han a disability suffered in- war, -

e resident isenhower commuted fidgets. worrying over some thug, because your wife doesn't like his Veterans Administratiomnhospital .J. U n U
9 that Amertan-boin' Jap, Kawakita, to where he neglects his main busi- wife, or awarding a raise because VActually, th isaffecti not merely. v .
from a death stene, to life im- ness, the guy knows a little dirt about :' rleaLegi n on but about
prisonment, and a fine of $10,000 hrnshrdlu t moyou: -. of th eeoooo rioe,oonvetsu or 4. per cent; ROME, u '. 8;(U) P)
. .fo heavenis-sake desp.ie his It is literally not the: business this is es ecially te of the 00000 r r -.i
convip t foa r sun ahbleare l -" oa" xee to, b, ie' bordered wh of ... re .... o ...tof the adult male population of the dominant nrit-ian Demort
this to his own- ountryimen under the hertebteo4 whether iIhal ntercede, because they are more l A. Party wsud" thorn today a fa-.e
'ap .aese imprisonment I kind of inter-ene. and offer "lemqny" .at amenable to political.pressure than To pp re frteudts campa" ign to Cabinet crisiat crt d.
. tl.. iwe ought to.have a look at the list moindh:. Nor is It actually a Preasident. lmio p e fr its campaign service, to Cabnet cris anItla .ndrift.
tsis business of, commuting -Hen-,leal, .or is it demeratle. If bny. But my whole point is that when Jemiate- :i. medl.a.lservice, the the threat of anItaian drift,
t tences -fter. they have been award- thing, it'-is more the diine. rigot Ike Eisenhower supposed t be A. M.A. he a ctoseddoor session toward Commmr sta -
d e under due process of law, of dictatjr3 who say "Slay here,." worrying about the world and it l at the Sherat1 n Hotel Chiago, Premier Otuseppe Pella asign
Txhe Kawakita commutatiJun and."D, not slay there." reiatto the' United States., e tp e umlnt's wre not. ad..h "Cabblnelrtt" .ngtgoedl
f pe a- a result of pressure letters m.n who ha. beea. found guilty I don't wa t him additionally wor.P pUM S, tisi .wric thyasoet o l tast night iTc d' in fM A tL
from thousands of Japs, tens of by a good, true jury; and is sen- ried about whether to throw the c opy "a. sadue they auc"4.per months in office in wh"to a teot
thousands -actually, all over thetenced, has the right.of .appeal all switch on some crok whr tent of tl.e aodultmale poplatbn. of *tat amounted to a ote''l
outry, he sentence of a the way p to the top. The Ro- re ..d s appropate uote m confidcnca" o. -lls Ow
he although It r it -"d .s ,.4--. .anid this 6er tisat d, appe an ati .da It
a the uprenq ,. .. '.t apr.c-h bd-it.w..standing in the *&e sentence. It ld ,
arner In the year under heAetualay, r don see where *k&e is unfair drai on ld e t
same pressure, Ikre refused to got the right to override the judgo- n.. s syst i. I.h .
c' -nge the rentence. n the Rosen. men- of Juries and judges, who mand that a man' h- hao er idon s jb mely a nfrml tion, but the i.
bergs, even ouh Mister Justie havebriefed and studied and beard vast dpiaioas daly sit in judg- ow pwn minbw-many of thempopular in ChtS "-
Doglas w as d n pokes in his the evidence, no matter how many mesit on sPs he really knows Are pot sold on the $25 ues to the ranks t It a e r
own supreme Court. hese afrt rou-petitlor come in, and how political vey lttle about except for the as-. t c. ahsA. e crna
tinthe instances in .the ction of the-tffet of ignoring those peta. e that have been briefd and- Other oe pale Io Per....-
the supreme legal pemaltiep. 'ions might be. ha did to him. C"NGPREa Um N ESS Chrietian 4Dat_.- u .a ,
The point I'jd like to makes Even the President is not -.- We hbve judges, we have jullbs, Amintore Fantaufnt. a leader of
., : te fs p e,. putting.the i. -ing and all-powerful, ad car- re hae uts of appc.. My idea Dr. oseph D.. McCarth.y ofte ..
W .or death of one man on another tainly he interferes with the -j po- Is that euee they have saidt ,and C malsa meanebr of the A.M:A.ds, .--e-ar -- '- l t -..."-Pledi',
man's onsiene is a serious mat.; grer of our defined justice when affirmed it, and proved it, their committee of legislation, gave the bo aspe and a ttilo Picoleont ,
ter for the 'deciding..man, and can he-en what amounts- to personal deels!ios should be irrevocable ex- dietrs a peek it A.U.A. lnhbying "t.moderates.. .
very easily wreck his n on In whm-steps in and ov errules the cept-W the admission of fresh vi-taties. He exlntat his Jegtl l M orats
other fields. Conscience gets to wb* pattern of established law; dene, iAnd no one man should"isl-ativ come!i.tee has a memberleovtus tP8.14.fok
work, overtime, and a good gov- It-amounts, in a lower comparison, have the power of change, assigned to each geographic div- m oths because of his policy of
.sion of the United States to alert cooperatihg Witl-. Owe rigltwink
S_ key men &i thOse states on "pres- mo. arphlssta to. u 'o to.ar-
sing legislati 'e problems." liamentary majority- M mea-
l 5 D b t InThese key men, in turn, are re- 'es favored by his govern-
19 5 3-. D r o gU h t spIonsible or getting In touch with ment,
1953 D r 'their senators and representatives The quarrel came to head yes-
B Pdt Edson iand "nforming them of the medi- terda, when Christian Dem-
If Ed rso COun cal proXfsiones atttude toward.Ocnrtc parUamentary ei ng
-* P. proposed legislation. -1 "Thlin meth- vetoed the Premiers n
*-- e. ed," Dr. McCarthy added, "has of SalvatoM Aldslao, art
W. NTON-(NEA) The far problem due to over o o worked admirably in the past." Christian-' Democrat, for rI
WA:INGT 0N-( As Th fr irra due to overuse of1took advantage f this program to Lfre minister. The tausu n el
great drought of 1953 is over with the la and overdrainage. o )i''.w nearly $22 million. Another Dr. William B. Walsh of Wash reached the-floor of aurnt&in?
r ins or snows in most areas, but Areas which had been given ex- $50 million in drought relief want ingt.n. president of the A.M.A.'s o there wpa no form al
Its effects are far from gone. The tensive soil conservation treat- for an emergency-feed program. I front" organization, the National i ,ence vo. r
azard th-t feed shortages still menf showed great. resistancelwhich surpluses of cottonseed meal Medical Veterans Socity. caution m In 148 to 1353, t.i Chris-
exist in the stricken states and to the drought than areas wherc corn, wheat ..nd oats were sold at- doctors against deecaing open an Democras were hstrqtil-
will continue till 1954 crops are In. no work had been done to preventib rgain rates. warfare on the Legion. "Edo."a ough to ocrrn withoutere st g ap
N.-.. r'y hna m.a '. an estUnates excessive a t e r runoff. ,Tbe C county Drought Emergency tion," he maintained, "is tho cor I tu- ..either the wrightor ta
-t total lsiesfrom the year's dry d'ught proved out the beineIts of committee, approved the-shi. nertone of the campaign." [left, t they le t or thU
spell The Federal government- has good oi couperv atlon prleicnes as In mnts of weve" 1,27,OOO to0 of( feed And as par' of that education, be eft- u t they lot so. much
poured between $200 million d an investment. The improved pas t hard-hit farmers. All of the gov. said, "we must encourage physl kr d in last year's election
0 millionintovarious reliefpro- tures of Kentucky and Thnnessee e went's surplus cottonseed 'meal clans to join the American Legion, hat a shit of only 1-2 per
ects, but this does not begin to showed far less drought, damage a'd all of its oats were disposed of but to avoid th. creation of doe c.nt of the vote .wold have
ovei farmers' losses through sac. than t0e iuniproved areas of Tex- in this pgram. Farmers are now tor's posts. By remaining informal given the C6maum lst bloc
rifice sales c. livestock. as, f eat e, being offered corn and wheat mix. (one of the bpys), the doctors will control of Italy's parliament.
r .. .9~s little wind erosion in es. Remaining grain surpluses are
The final count shows 1 U. S. this du ht, however, and no new good insurance, in case t another
counties in 18 states and Hawaii dust bewb weie created as i the drou next yeir. D t A "F RoI,. G ANCES
certified as drf ight-disaster areas 1980's. : The government paid out $19 B y-- -. I...- ,
for feed-relief programs. This rep-In ng relief to the 1953 Mil"lion freight costs on these
yres ents out a fourth of the U.S. a froug armera, half a shipments. The other $31 million
rouities. It accounts for about doze'. e arnet programss were went to the Commodit Credit Cor
three fourths of the disaster relief put to Wk. They included three portion to pay for its losses.
that had to be given during the loan pngrams under which $95 ailroads have been- operating i "
ye._ te carry farmers over such million of Federal fundS were ad-on this program by giving a 50 i I C
acts of God as the floods in Flori. vanced. The government expects p t cut on rates for feed ship- II 1 l .
da, local storms and tornadoes In t' get all of this money back. ments ite disaster areas. but the
other states. Over -5=O straight disaster loans last of these reduced tars were
Fjhrtunt tely, the drought did not were made to farmers during the scheduled to expire Dec. 31. The
hit the grain producing arias of year. for a total of $8.7 million, federal government has been pay
the nori.ern plains states. Some These loa were made under per-ing L -if of the freight sosts upto
cotton lands in west Texas were ininnt legislation and they inciud-$10 a too. This double reduction
dried up. But by far the greater ed 108 to cover storm damages has given far ners er-eXency feed
part of the drought damage was i 14 -tr.*e 'not' in the drought at one fourth of normd' transpior- i "I
ree 'ed in pasture areas. Ne- are... -- tatioe costs. The drought states
vada's winter grasng areas were Relglar Farmers' Home Adinin- have made other eotributlhms for
hit hard. Southern Missouri was istra operating loes were also feed and transportation on very-
probably damaged the most. made fat al nearly $56 nmil-. "ales. -
b damaged ..o.t. is were given for. o help livestock men dispose of I 1 I
With normal weather this winter. j purchases by farmers whose their herds in the drought states,
Department of Agriculture aSad operations were eansidered en a the Federal government his pur.
state farm ls have every ex- sonad flnaacial basis. chased nearly 250 mlioa pouds
pectation uaat the. drought-struck Fr livestock raisers, Congress o lopw-gr-de beef. This lat.e
areas will come back next year. .olmeed tese loans by a spe. egguivalent o. S5,000 head 0 cat-. '
If ther is not goo snow and taln- metal authoizalon to help them ear. tie. About $84 riullien of this 'bee
fall, it may take some time fr ry over their foundation herds. bas gone into U. 8. scho:l-"unch
su'. ill water level' to be restored, None f this money would be used programs. and nearly $10 million
But this is continuing national for feed. But aide livestock men kto r ige relief.


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ndle ud the which the Swiss Consulate.
Iten .V-in A a ,t. I ^. ^ WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UP) Fast-moving Secret
Th al Mr. and Mrs. H erringa o rn YIII OntinUe Service agents yesterday solved the daring New Year's
e ,a. Ab.l reyle,,o6eid a I Phof. The OBB'e Dedor g, Claes o r. Eve theft of $160,000 from the U.S. Bureau of Engraving
I 0 1 i6 teS., .diship and adeia pen, IVan -re ee Center, La Boca Road. wll 0in i ugAhlv Sam e \W /av with thetarrest of three persons and recovery of most of
MIrs. T .Eeiber Goode en, Mis .The maternal grandparents re r -ied Thursday evening at 7:30 i IiI I t i dy, the money.
Ellaine. Lembard, Mr.'BKoss. New. Mr and Mis. W. S. McKee of Pe- tr,er the direction of Mrs. Don- James Rufu-
Inad, Mr. and Mrs. William Pen- dro Miguel, and the paternal aid Biery and Mrs. James Ken-' -o- James Rufus Lndis, 29-year-old Negro employee of
Lobe Lienter. n" and M. James grandparents are Mr. .nd Mrs. bureau nd his wife Mamie 26 rn f t
SDirtisMr.an. n ra. M R.Mc- ..P. err1ig of Florida and Penn- edy WASHINGTO, Jan. (UP) walkout from McCarthy's ub- he bureau, and his wfe, Mamie, 26, parents of two small
Lavy, Mr. a"n Mrs. Ear' Keeney, ylvaniai Set. Joseph. R.. McCarthy committee last xear on grounds children, were arraigned before a U.S. commissioner on
I aI .Mr. and Mi. Fred J. Ger ,. _- W an l said- today investigating of McCarthy.'s "one-man rule." charges of engineering the biggest robbery in'the history
I IHfL I ry Ford let- ra To school WSdW ds aubconmmilte d c tinqe "in There have been reports Dem- .
-- Mr. Terry Ford, son of Mr. and E rouglyF the samin wa h in ocxats might seek to curb Me- of the government money-printing office.
r Terrence For.o -e. vis- NA ECa the past, and led en Caithy's Dower in the coming Secret Service Chief U. E. Baughman identified the
Iache .riday At I let the hmuRe naye under pressure to is acti- sesion, pusi bv t ga third suspect as William Giles, a Ne ro who lives in the
111 .. l l.....ne.fort evdtl.t.e eurtarlefundsforyh i to
Mrs. John Sebold wife of e a student at nityCollege The Wssme pportment building with L is and who em-
se ar nao nife o is paretS dr .the l latlydenied published report McCarth aid he would e yed as a pointer on government building
Min.uHarry _0. pGove ,wofe Cofahealitay hiseaso.ets duringte li ... ..... that he has promised adminis- come any such move bece pye a pointer on gvement bud gs.
II Lutenant-Goero. of the Canaay season. JRAO U Bvi Jn. .h-'" traction leaders not to let his in- would "give the country a The Secret Service said $120,000 Virginia farm contained c$.8000 in
Z ;, Mrs. mayser, ill beVior Th Pe beheve a be h dt-ray ees qures extend Into the field of chance to ia a~ tter picture of the stolen $20 bills and $7,000 820 bills and about F7,000 0J small-
I h a vi S.at t m r thl'luinheon Mrs t Otlea l od de Line, who held a 63-year-old Austrau mother committee*. of lust what b6th parties stand in smaller bills-for which .some er denominations.
of the Ent cers' Wives 1as3 been visitn in -Panama with woman and her Swedish corn- Id haven't been a ched on or. f he o otes bee arrest, Landl Se-
Group to ty lay at 12 30 relatives or a ew days, left the anion prisoner for seven da the subject by ay 'itror the Asked aboi -ialt of hl exchanged-was recovered from a cret Servie a ents to a dark or-
p in tho Fora ooSm of the Ho- Ithmus Monday to return to her in an attempt to force her dent on e toe told pt nqat i r ,Qu tt Cai.hY e id farm near Middleburg, Va., where ner of the th floor of the En
t Tivo home in Lima, Peru. marry him, It was disclo Us of the persona he in- the three -ha taken t for burial graving Bureau where $2,000
.... -. Prior to her departure the vis- day. .. d.6d he h not ben vest ted may be "clever Monday nigh more was found hidden under a
All embers of -the group are tor was the guest _of honor at a reaure ny sour .mg to avoid conviettons for The remaining $33,000 has not small hand truk.
co-diay 'ynvd to attend. Tose farewell luncheon given by Mrs. Mme m Wanda Ha a nke a ang. the acbp of his I. pOnage." been accounted for. An additional $1,300 was dicov
who have .nt, de reservations Lolita P. de Boyd at her home. haired erhnologlt, and Swedish t "ileas you Bu..caUthe But be said: Baughman, told a news confer- ered In Landis' Washington apart-
may telephone ,-. Robert R. ..-- -jourbalst Andre rdman wrR l .eys stories, pressure." "I can guarantee you we.;can ence Landis aas seized at his job ment.
Robertson, Fort obbe 6240, be Social Affais M H Visitors touring te wild interior of.Boli~ .en. John L. McClellan (D- make' the Communists' esplon- a.m. yesterday. He admitted some According to Baughman, Landis
fore@ u .oon Thursday, to do so. Dr. and Mrs. F-r ncisco Navarez via in the land of the I af. .d Monday. he pmar of- age apparatus bleed vezy, very part in the theft but denied other admitted passing some of the notes
e ..*-- _ of Ecuador, who are visiting in shirted Chahabaoucosa =nslte W'lislatlon to ,a joint badly rm cbnvictlon for con- details. m Washington. But Baughman said
IL M, Mis l :etryea T College I :.nama for several days, were whei they encountered th 0- te-House Un-AX~ A telt i reiXpr to answer." Landis' wife wa arrested short- Landis minsmted heused other mon
I Mis. .glin Selly, daughter of tl- guest of honor at a dinner giv- bal leader, Chief Maua, tMlties Committee to McOarthy h arlter, leore the l afterwards and the third suspect ey to make a $1,200 don payment
Mr. atrd .Mrs James H. elby of e Sunday evening at Hotel El Pa- Chlet Mfau fellt'l love Wth '~rapping by ate Washington speakers Confer- was picked up in a Washington on a tbwd-tone 1953 auto used to
B Bboa -wo b hasbn ifng onnamabytheGovernor of the Prov- Mme.-Hankend. wanted to, mar,' ou t ence oPublic f i ...ars. urged o o ve rn. carry the money to Virginia.
the athmus with W parents dur- Inee of .Ianama, Alberto Aleman ,r her despite er h e and "I have ot, ,. boh political parties tb "Jo Baghman s the Secret Ser- Gile toldreporter at Secret
'-.the hol0s, JefPana- and Mrs. Aleman act thathe s ale tow o I t h rh l join vice believes Landis sewed false Servce headquarters he a d
i"g e.ths p..raing ltP for New wi-ath the aid b two al y for Jo0 to t nk. he wt t, nd and io al out to get s pockets in the tai of -his coat and been In "Mlscellaneoa trouble,
('1le pa er~oute to Hattiesburg, The visitors were honored guests w e of two caca slowly co er that." Me. man traitors possile." carried the money out that way. flghtinag and things like that, but
I/ l slpi, where she.-Is a Junior at a dinner given Saturday eve- The Chahisboteo regard Cart,.y said. He said he latendes to. intro- The arrests came little more nothing serious" before.
ati.4Bp sissisppi ,SutheNr Col- ning at the nion Club by Mr. and elderly women as v bls d- ad. "I don't think he will be the duce a bill to strip tax xemp- than 24 hours after discovery of Asked how he got involved in
leggs . Mrs. Oscar de la Guardia. s an %heeore desiltable t 1 of elements in his party tion from foundations contri- fie theft by an alert employee, PauJ the t ieft, he said: "If you're poor,
M. Oscar 4 a ad iereirat do not want to exzoee cor"- butln money to "institutions E. Coackley of Suitiand, Md., as
hadMrs. Anders Variety Night Janasry 1 wi rubtiton." which Insist on employing he was loading packaged notes
Celebrate AhdWrery Te third Sunday "Var iey Chlif Maua believes hse, m. Mcplellan led a democratic Fifth Amenrment Communists." from a vault to a hand truck.
Mr. And Mrs. Norman C. Ander- Night" in a series presented ny sek has magic odwer s which en- Coakley .,noticed twop ac k e t s.
Sson of.G oa were hosts for a the USO-.WIB Armed Forces Se V- able him to kill his enemies at I which should havy contained $80,- A
champ fgivep Sut d kay evening ice Center,.La Boca Road, alboae di t ce r 000 oaWch 'were he hanthe rest. a z
wat el. Ae oneel ncrlebration.of will bi held Januaryd-omat dH8:00 lirman said heBe thatBMal aLd f ,_L Sank'O y i iFolk When they were opened, amaeWd-"
the eleventh anniversary of their p.m. believed Mine. ankalso. had officials discovered they contained
wedd Alarge of friends i l Oonly blank paper carefully out the wi get
and rl? ives ttend i Military personnel their families owerherelf becauehe xact size of the notes you never t
Sh li coth Canal Zone studied edicine at the 'Utxiver- O diBaughman said Landis was one
Glenn nBmse Retmras and of the Republic of Panama40 t of Viensa before sh/ fled of "five main suspects" right from such good prices
To Penmylvnia a ; invited ,o attend. her. ,ounry'to esca i a the.az. 0 ---. the start. He said Landis has been
r. Glenn KX Humes, son of Manim.mde k. M o rhsdes i costume led him by a rope a "distributor-checker" at the En- for
t t D. Humes, U. S. N., Bridge Tournament. Winners to marry tie. H ke, r d- RODAN E. N., Jan. (UP) through the room. graving Bureau since 1942 and had
a 'Mrs. Hume. o:. Fort Amador, Winhera ,of th. weekly bridge ans ,butshe spurnedhim. -Villgei. of the Outer 3ankk A bit later Old Buck disap- access to the vault from which
retiredd to. Easton, Pennsy vania, tournament played Monday eve- -or a weekafter that, .he d. there around a herry-red pAd, not t be seen again the money was stolen,
er bhe is a freshman a Lafa- ning in the Card Room of the Ho- whenever he and Mne. Hanke tove.in the achool ouse here until next Chrtmas. He said Landi admitted tak. BATHING
yft, Coll.ge, 'onu Sunday morning tel were: 1st, Mr. and Mrs. H.G. tried to lave t found tem- t night to celebrate their ce A" old Bf the m scent. Ing the packaged money fto a
Moi b ir following a visit with his Robinson; 2n Mr. and Mrs. K. selyes Inpeded b the Indians, turies-old custom of. observing bushels of oyster were roasting hand track at the vaUlt door last
parents during.Chrietas vaca- Frauenheim rd Mr. and Mrs. ."Old hrma on Jan. 5 on wire racks over coala on the Thursday, New Yeas Eve, and S U I TS
IE. Koh. ... o ,,; .4hB, r Fred Brady PF ally i0d4n ,wU flbin l 1 square-dancing and e 8t )each just a few yardg from the substituting "dammy" packages
., .,. -it. 1 Mrs. SYl o udine; .,ad i th when a rbber plean.ter o as r U . schoolhouse, and the feasting of the seam size And shape.
I J sn.E.p y. .Wadng. W .,t ,,41.*: ti eg.t ae.ant ne n h oervance began ,wh.ii beB. At hi hearing before a .,U. S.
Auemced. Mrs. Course, and Lrs. Virginia to escape with him. Chief Levene.W. Midgett.iret ed The euatom of Old Chratmas cdminissioner landis insisted his
i pain add Mrs., Andrew John- Boney and Mrs. Ann Davis. Gout Guardsman, rayed. i rao old Its origin has been for- wife did not 'know the money had
S etattl, Was#u*g".L bavy --,- .. lU hLllior hasbl tee".d eus., a o n. but historians believe it been stolen, .l .T
c fecentm .-Wtspw o Caribbean Step Chb Noe KUin MILLElT I ay$... htr hs thr i f cau earl settlers clung to Baughman-.gave this account of Fr Om
r t -T, m o tori ef Sa T h; r bdo o t e h s a i d P A.. . .. . . -. .....
,J e I..' .- i ,* er lebra, -no er-Oldgto scend W kpI the tradition a- Landis and Giles drove Monday
n L.all b ,rt- night to the Virgnia estate of Wil- m na r *
ti.a, A.. 7.30. .m. ta Lrary- of the, Bet A- NTLUO. There were other rayers and "In later years the younger liam A. Phillips, where Mrs. lan- T 0 o Et Ir w
wi WelfW Board Center, Bal- -uN There were othrays and nople have been showing more di- father is employed and lives.
I db oau*OunLeJent 'boa. ch-ieCM t rwa rtotereatnin Old C1nrrstma.," Mid-' The estate,Isem in.thea horsey et',
nd .Thomas M. Her- election of officers will be "I en ar smarter tha.ms, carols before the roasting of oy ts d dotTet t a *horsey t"
"l of r sist w"""pohints outthat the "weaker-tlone -lppeassnce ofOldo Bck, .ds a toldn teIn our select
A ofth n ei interestedduls are wel- permits wom to live the legendary bull of te rent Instead of dying Old Christ large amount of moneyand
Pi' erring, on Dec. 15. come.M a less exerting life and outlive m on Woods o turai Hatteras ma at Rdant. will be cele- thit they, wanted to, ury Itbe- we have suits by
__ __ by an average of from six to sv.n aIland. br rted in a br way each cause "Te heat is o me
years. a D e Braidford. Pyne 7, yr," Mrs Nora rbert predict- Giles put the iioney infoa metal
o he re st a e Wh has taken par., In every . resem a tool kit and l Rose Marie. ...
that score all' right.. ut the s' d Old Chris t celebrationnhutOd Bthas' -becaussaveourchuiet wt Nthe 'ather-n-lawfo became . -
fact ought tosewomen'do wehut.t on"oduringis lfetimeb ht th een voors ole te
outlinn .v" ", se tithat hmen. Te'd to -sa a m. b 2 erationi recen year." worried and" at 5 a.m. yesterday Winkles SeaGlam.
S 1 Ir ae i r e t nnea heirus. Bcu udry and others
iT th.but' the- earestubbornaboutmovvment.All eyes turned toe o s nm
Cooperating..tOliaborn ward Itu orand led furc behif, tPaletten tocthenarsadr ecvresd e
Sama knows, for Instance, that t er eie iarr I.L.MADURO

Iof" l o lunch or raiding the ice boex te cri"n. he shl. c^r,, book, "The Pelican Tree an"
Papa Jbefore bedtht, anWd laughter- o' the chdren,.O ,ier Panaold Adenurs ...wk

I:'\h ei: /n/ ke -ar' int h?^e :-,D TO 'OUR CUSTO0
.out"ng hemattrows" Par dsn't so.reall.htesl. and so mr eof en'ths Palrote Gorrou
.oMse to:,amo a bows sv minB tots nd hasn't is e shook hig head and horns ftoisinhs "ill+ with a 1 CaB9

SY ,H rany business proving he is just as S nglv as a_, manwearing a ato na t M estate
r 'ago,- but Pa. 't goi toPesaon, within to discuss en-. I -p est on your deposit for the year 1
I"lam he is moo.aoldoanyhecang'- roslment tn the Palette n rtoun a youhr
not as long as bhe an f ool himself w r knPrL.. PfY Mbcontacti Mrs. Beaudry t the rate of 3% per annum, will appear ras
Seforehe's "Na If Sheaughte cilO t P382.
Pus e /'res re oe JM__E 0S Crdn' "n.a l S eamo on the January Service i1l carrying symb,
SMama / '/ -- ordonl Spellmon Any questions o4 h inter should
complete cnes up, o t na MtOcheS $25,000 our Mr. Diego Sane on .e me.anin. e
I wl usan tors 4oi'to1 r is no easa e For Jp HosDitaal Office Building, 10s Ceutral Avenue, and i
fhta ofsk and many a wife gives up I OYO an. 6 (UP)-Francia fice located at 8,029 Avenida del Frtnite. Y
SMama may worry that Papa is Cardinal Spellman. fulfilling at us a letter, detailing fully any questions
Smoking too much or working too ear-old promise matched with
Sard or staying up too late at night, .000 the contributions of Ca- deavor to answer by retur mail.
Bbut if she keeps after him to get ^ ^ -^1tholic servicemen to build ail
Shm to change s ways, she's nag charity hospital in Japan it was

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^cwk^-a.h*. Mama would like to plan f.r The Catholic prelate, who
Papas retirement soon enough to If on Christmas Day a friend stated home yesterday after hCOM PAN
Sdo him some good. But chances stops by to leave you a gift you third .Christmas visit with U.'T. AN
-- Iees n_,o o o.c.. are Papa will go right on working didn't ext-ect and you have noth- troops in Korea and Japan.
.. here's no beter occasion until he drops in his tracks. Ing for her, don'" gay as you take promised last year to match 0I n 1 t T T T 7 r
S. ... .. ... . /Mama would like to plan for the present: "And I haven't any- donations up to $25.000 to build DE Lf Fu R I J L
S. to shew your skills as a hostess than at dinnertime. And it comes to taking care of herself, thing for you." That will make a 50-bed hospital for the poor In Lu
o ao" o ca be w 'ra Strlng v but she isn't smart enough h to ]ell you both feel foolish. Instead Sendal Northern' Japan.
S howgracious your table-setting can be with Gorham Sterng! PaPa on the idea of taig Eare show yonu pleasure over the gift. Allied troons collected $25 000 Has been, i, and always will
yr m oder nr t t...i.l, spl. of himself. She tries, ut Papa is a Don't show year embarras- between Speliman's Christmas' development and.prog
Whelhe you prefer modern or traditional, smp stubborS customer. meant over not having something visits to the Par East. and he
er decoratd. there's a deslgn-you'lI be proud to own! Start __ to offer In return. made good on his promise.-

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SFor Hotel Throne
. y .WALD JACOBY Ial artists interested in d
Wrflten for NEA "r*rie aslln throne for El Panam
hotel's forthcoming Carniv
: NORTH aqueqn heve been asked to su
4 K Q8 4 mit sketches no later than Ja
V 10 s 20.
SO K82 El Panama's traditional fou
6 K 14 day Carnival celebration will b
1EASTgin Feb 27. The first yeai
throne was designed by archite
61 32 6 A 10 0 5 Gaspar Pacheco, while last year
W A K 8 J 8 4 undersea scene was designed I
J 7 8 104 artist Ignaolo Mallol. Artial
SA S 6 109 3 sketches should be submit,
SOutM1 (D) with recompense desired. Ti
6 J7 throne is then built by the h,
Q 0Q 7 2 tel's engineering staff.
A5 Information on dimensions
6 K Q762 the throne and possible theme
L Jt-West vuL may be obtained from the hi
SWat Nr sea tell's public relations department
Pass Pa6 Pass T L
openingead-* iSeiSty M y r

auit do you usually T Oamble Hi Life
velop first 0en you ar, the
at at a no trump contract? A ing F a
e are exceptins to the rule, A iIIIg Ul rWu V
.oarse, but it is usually your
f ult. MEXICO CITY. Jan. 6 (UP)-
opponents are used to this The murderer of Leon Trotsk:
and they will plaY co-leader with Nikolai Lenin v
y o avoid helping you de- the Russian Bolshekiv revolu
the suit of your choice. For tion, has decided to gamble h'
'reason, as .od. y's hand shows, life and ask a parole from prison
have a pretty good chance to it was disclosed today.
all' a trick at the very be- if mystery-man Jacques Morn
the play. ard is freed from prison, he face
Sest opened the six of diamonds, possible assassination by follow
South took stock. He could ex- ers of Trotsky or by Communi
to win two diamonds and secret agents Who feel he know
clubs. The seventh trick was too much..
frrder to find. Mornatd became eligible to
.If South won the first diamond parole e. 20 after searing 1
k with the ace or the king and years' of his 192-year prison
ediately forced out the ace of sentence.
ate, the opponents would knock it 4ws understood be had da
othe remaining diamond stopper, cided to 'erpanin the safety t
th would then be able to take imprisonment. But Penal Cour
e' clubs, but the enemy would te Judge ignacio Calderon Alvare
ready to take three diamonds, a saidtoda% Mornard had Inform
&ajb, a spade, and two hearts- ed him he planned to file a pa
enough to defeat the contract role auophcation at once.
South saw that the best chance Government officials said
t4sisted in "stealing" a trick, however, ti t because of possi
ence he won the first trick in ble Inte oal complication
-,dummk with the king of diamond I any .to on La Moraard tl
and immediately returned a low m6st ll b e6teed, partl'
spade from the dummy. because. n can not b'
What would you do in East's guaranteed.
place? Would you be a hero and _______
dash right up with the ace of
ades? You should, of course, but Paper,
tmere are few heroes. When the ,a lir IIAsn
hand was actual' played. East
played 3 low srade on the theory
that South was developing his best A Repudiation
Wlen East played low. South WoAl S 1lesma
managed to win the t-:ck with the VI W M. Sa les a
jack of spades. This was declarer's
trick, and he had no fur. WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UP)-
sslas with the spades. He Representatives os l e Americat
promptly switched to clubs, fore- Paper and Pulp Assn. called ,r
.W. out West'. ace. The enemy the admuistration today to re
could force out the ace of dia-1 udiate a man for selling gov-
monds, but South could run seven ernment.-6wned Alaskan wood to
tricks four clubs, two diamonds, James T. Sheehy, New York
and the carebfly stolen spade Japanese interests..
trick. industrialist repre-senting the as-
soclation gave a Senate Corn-
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CHILE$ PLAY-Henry P. Chiles. (cemt de.tsso
his bead for comparison with these glant t sp hes
Mauer Lake, Exceoblor Spring, Mo. Wt aem gY o wnein
County Chile. is treasurer of adaeut


Great White Fleet

*S.S. "YAQUE"................ .......
*S.S. "CHIRIQUII".................
S.S. "LEMPA" ......................
S.S. "LEVERS BEND" .......................
*S.S. "SANTO CERRO" ......................
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ...........................
S.S. "LEON" ...............................
andltm erlgrted. Cb, cIM and Geneal

S.S. "COMAYAGUA" .....................,.
S.S. "COPAN" ..........",*...........
S.S. "LOVELAND" ..............@... .. .

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to Ni
Orleans. Los Angeles, an Francisco and

Special round trip fare from Cristobal to b
Los Angeles. San Francisco and Seati

To New York .....................
To Los Angeles and San Francisco
To Seattle ........................... ..



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duces newsprint and other low-
grade products.
Sheehy said North American
pulp oW lucers "right now are
Stewards of the Cristob:J ready, willing and anxious" to
Chaptv, Local 900 OCEOC-CIO, nUotiate Ion-term contracts
will retune their regular Stew- with Il comers. Including the
hard's Council meetings tomorrow Japanes, for all the additioril
st 7:30 p.m. In tne local's office dissolving wood pulp they can
at Cristobal. possibly use."
Instructions governing the "If the agreement under con-
handling of a new receipt book sideratio nis consminmated, the
arjtem for the collection .! American people will never ben-
tQithly dues, which went into efit directly from utilization of
effect Ja I will be the main this wood, to which they held
topic on the agenda. the beneficia .title," Sheehv salrt.


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J eatfMr Carolyn
r MMrs. Miriam
M ate Sr.ter.
Doris 011y
s; Toddy. aiel, a. Jinx,
Stiles, Mrs. ra T Mis.
Mary Tuoer, .Mi Vat-
ley, Mrs. VI Wilsey, Mrs.. Y,
Slainchi, Mrs. Betty 2-
CyaWtRa Le c 9, Mrs. DhjthtyHbf
S er, Mrs. Jo a Vaughan.:
I M N w 6!1: 4 of
* Bt *s~ Isthaps ,
Wtfs aLert egair,,ar~e
TAMilla anR
of IVr. a 41t.^5tt t
nadir of. t
day by IaemToot. Christni
vi t, to ta IJclea.
E. -S. Me aa*1 LebveS
SoEho has been
r. and Mr. Edward
'9 of Gatun, -left by plane
I M.pwadip turn to Washington,
McCarthy is remain
i yer parents for an ex-
Sten ed vi.
Mr. aid res. Sate
Arrive For Visit
Mr. Mad Mrs. David Sile and
'daughters, Carol and Holly. of
BaHt Orange, N.J., arrived doday
by' the Panamqa. Line, for a visit
wth Mr. Sutles parents,. Mr. and
t Bvrank ,Sul cof Catam.
r. Dav Suic was reared In
b'alboa and it wide circle of
Sids h sthmu.s,

anof the

th Am

.and Hrysd
and Mrs. A
"W trl 4 deIs Sol
J at *nd west: .-r aWA Mrs.
2 Mrs. DV s hi-and
Weadc: 1? terd
sa2 ce wen ie Mn. Julius eb and
aw 1S4W 0< Brown. Mat and. Mrd. 49-
- _S.SyftS 9MWb am& Davis'fr Ah
Bob M'o .B AD ir O ut M. S W" U

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adf*e ^ tb6 UnI a

r eajciOlmn. "w^^ergaenis ~7' lr.an Mrt Anen<.
Tb. new ush coI h Pa -0Mv t halde
tg-ed t 9:30 .*. by Mrs.

t ee -Pedro ijuerib'
jost^CoBpL Si3 <, tatfne wi the fxtr
.ch arge yto

o plywood Beouties

:LaCighing FitTo Bust

HMWM)P, Calif., Jan. 6&- bosom fatd, red. Signs were*seen
(W^-HollrffoedBbfomy beau- that~ they boyuh, young, hot-eyed
W laiheIa'todn at the Paute~ tsp ba iafinctr~td the movie cal-
t.2el The he oa outf = *o *1y.

nebut SI g Wtttd ae. the wful

itt that :at cheats already have To Whf extent the invaders have
invaded moetown. bored mB within could not be
Noted Iiedate. Competent o-
th Vih 71eus sdilte Tovedsto

Parif may have expected a wave servers of the situatiof warned
front. or 'ydervpfop1..a trend.
But the word from Paris so. M4P N~ eely ais edmitte*d
*iologbst that they H 95 I a WK she is "ja- ounegt and tugy."
"off ois"h,"is Wh as teiot hit the screen last-

brogh giggle from the buxmfall, director. Bily Wilder predicted
movie quees. They shrugged off 'ae il u the bosom out of
the changes that have brought style singled-handed. e
thrdee young boyis, andhoreed a ihcu o e

sirenisAudrey hepburnLed a lie MiSs MacN.ntar, the heroine of
Caonan MgieMa&anra- "Theooa is Blue," has a slight
to the screen. fhg uol o re. t
Miss o Carop as kreown foe

meb will still like themi that way." -* 1,-
tat Jane Russ AOL L ism ga d

"I have buiuticl y husband wil li d
beuurpo ht9&ar abpnt this," ||som-uo
MaronadMgie Mac^amaai. -. Thee^oa ^ lue,"haaslht

Other l wood src8, how- i
evr,aelle the eass girls oi
'were;, iddlf. while te t ieFple 1
Md~ftwn ordm ihin oud otb

I On

]IOLY~WOP (NE~A)-Ear Ke of his principles weob
s b isy p f across th
isa ~vrtsinat.^ne at f Ms1R9.of Licolas Calif.
awas ir P and tioe S .
who ha vitved the
opet w :eeadAnother alppy Hollw bMoade
I'gas pad read the is being compared to Mari Mon-
go nggend: rere tbae days after her e
Itw u gapparance in key
"I'm in love with America's No. "The Long Walt." But
I heel." "t 11 s- to Dolores Dnm
18-. Three Pears ago, as a New
A native of India wails to a York model, G aspotd her as
fellow cuwtryman in. a magsn "another Jean Hariow."
"* ^."But anwhre Li "Vdf h M
'What I ay taxes lyweed e as Dere Do
to the Ag it toa n asether Marlya or a-
Al7, Aly gives It j loves 960 Days. "Tr'iu
It to Dick and 1k glves t t to t9101We6 oo eke' sw
some woman mwai Nora Ediag- st tO work."
tos Flynn." .

Maureen QIL D *aw the
role of the hstoricalnrer who
rode a horse WtL np g on but
her long har i -1 version
"Lady Godiva."
Mario Laftia his. father are
on the outs. It's onj ai Hollywood's
bitterest family disputes.
Producer Victor Savle loBst hBIle
fight with the brt censors. They
backed all the violence oat f. lis
Mickey Spila ctre, '
Jury,' and threten toditto on his
new Spillaner, ,ong Wait."
Elizabeth Taylor's. doctors are
advising rest and a change of cli-
mate. It's the reason hubby Mi-
chael Wilding is seeking, movie
roles in Italy. He may join Shelley
Winters and Vittorio Gassman in
the cast of "Mambo."
Judy Garland and James Mason
tangled over a scene in "A Star Is
Born," but now peace has been
restored on the. set.
Pan Mall: "In a colpma yonu
quoted William Holde a saying
he was waiting or the first letter
telling hinm he was wrong about
'The Moona IsBae' beinx offen-
sive. Well, he can consider this
the first letter.
"Up to now, we have considered
Mr. Holden as a top-notch per-
former. However, after an exam-

Vo rpred as an emoter
whenZ seMarried ageat mie. or.
satti, but now, after, wo years of
dramatic coaching, lhe's after a
ewareer and sti laughI about
7 given her hLb
Mayer when she signed her MGM
"but I can't act," protested Do-
"Do6't worry," replied Mayer.
"In Hollywood we can teach a flea
to act."
Movie set designers are feeling
the econo pISnch alg with. the
rest of Hlwood. Oscar winner
Julie Heron remembers when ahe
spant 9000 on the treasure room
set in "Jungle Book."
"It was beautiNfu" she says,
" ut it acme Jut a flask
hI the pietare;Yu. never saw It.
SToda Bmy budget a the same set
wl be about $15W and, brother,
you'd see It."
"Thrills of the World," the new
Cinerama feature, will show the
Desert Inn's casino in action in its
Las Vegas sequence.
"Shane" is nearing a $12,000.000
world gross. A big surprise at Par-
amount, -which was afraid of an
overarty film when the picture was
beini made.
Paramount executives w a n t
Marlene Dietrich for George Sand
if they can wrest movie rights to
Andre Maurois' "Lelia" away from
Anna Sosenko, but Marlene is say-.
"Ach, who wants to play George

Sen. Wiliam H.
man. ofA th S6ate
rty ubipmmittel
seate peber "pr
eek permdlsian fro
dlan government :
zenko' o ecret t
The IdMana Repul
cattd tes iiportsoe
ed to .the teastlmy
I)~~M U ih~~mt1r& w

* ( U P ) W a wa** a-, i..S a
Sovet- Espiono
S (UP) wau,-a uallirfaetdgl

Snter- probably ae
Important anAlakeam a u ade-
so et oo- sm 6."
Asked If the probers "learned ve at
mer, qhacir- anything" about Soviet easplon- Xai. gW
trnal sec- age from Gouzenko, McCarran Otr andN
said tha replied, 'Yes. we.did" Stas
ably" will basador
he oane- Gousenko, who fled from the SSiubfoom
iake Gou- Russian embassy in Ottawa and M*aerP
Wy public. broke the story of a Red spy ring UUo
in fanada which led to the ar. Canada.
ioan. edl-
hi attach-

lmratemaSion" the, Ruasan-born
Gosoanxko ave to further "the
internal protection of the Unit-
ed States."
Exact nature of this informa-
tion will hae to remain secret
until caadan officials give ap-
proval. That was one of the
terms under which Canada a-
gred to allow the Senate prob-
on Intqrvlew Gouzeanko undrt
the cloak-and-dagger security
First official confirmation the
mucheraldd Gouzenko inter-
view.had taken place came from
a brief statement by the Cana-
dian government in Ottawa to-
day. The statement merely said
the interview took plae Monday.
It did not ay" where the ques-
tioninr occurred.
JennerAn. Sen Pat McCarran
(D.-Nev.), te subcounIttee's
ranklipS minority member, were
tagged by reporters as they ar-
rived here -aboard a train from
Montreal en route to Washing-
"Our mislsim haa been ae-
u*mpashed," Jeaner said. "It

Give s new appearance to
your hone with bright
Use our lar.e *eleatlon of
panj We have received
larme ablMen from $2.36
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Gary Cooper, in "THE UNCONQUERED" pfqsp
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reiterates to its friends and insureds its best wishes for a

happy and prosperous New Year, and takes pleasure in

announcing that by virtue of Resolution No.41 of 31 De

cember, 1953, issued by the Executive Power, the Com-

pany has been authorized to enter into the Fire Insurance

and Marine Insurance business as a national company



trusts that it will have the privilege of being of service to

you in these new types of insurance; that it will le

to furnish you with the same efficient service and t

full satifaction of the community, as has been



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E--Must sacrifice, mahog-
room set, like new. rea-
offer accepted. Albrook
Vile Darien 5, Apt. 3.
-_J-G. E. refrigerator, b
60 cycles, good condition
Vista Hermosal First Street

10- Furniture of 5 room
complete. 'Tappbn Gas
'ith regulator. Frigidaire.
m set, ) steel bedroom
hogany bedroom set. Wick-
ipgroom set. Pictures, mir-
,t:. All for $600.00 cash or
Pals rote. Con be seen
..er'5 p. m. 825, 13th St.
i Airport Rood.
5 cycle- Bendix Auto-
Woshing Machine. Good con-
$1.00.00. Call Ft. Clayton,

i --New baby crib and mat-
80.000; 3 folding steel beds
~:plottretses, $15.00 each.
46-B, Tivoli Avenue, An-

i:_9 cu. ft. Frigldoire 60
Complete, bed. 'See at house
,t., I, Fifth Street, Parque

,_.-:.Mahogony dining toble,
fchotri, $40, Telephone Balboa
!tftbr 5 p. m. House 765,
,L*. albod..
`lI-- .Leaving country; Beau-
V!cheat pf drawers, harmony
Deep bookcase with top
suitablee as headpiece for
bed dinette set, 4 choirs,
lKtye sewing machine Ke-emorq.
with two chairs, beautiful red
j x T2', another greenish, 6'
9', evening dresses 14 ind 16
anything like new, very low
tic. 2nd Street No. <-10, Los
Tel. 2020 -
slition Offered
&,, Experienced secretary
i0; anrid Spanish with knowl-
(pf bookkeeping. Write P. 0.
t34, Panama. Giving perti-

aneMd Positi"n
TION WANTED:-a-Reftable wo-
An with recent references seeks
irk in American family that
Arki re t to do laundry and house-
Sfive days weekly, sleep
. Telephone Panama 3-T016.

,W aWanted ,
"Mf-'-, Maid. Cockieg and
|ilw. Nhousework. Must speak
j#& references required. House

T "qr-Goid cook fqr European
jfto. 30, J3rd street. *

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Of She

Jan. 6 (UPt- The
weB exneoted today to
pW vitation to meet with
'-allies tomorrow .to
I site for the Big Fpur
mlnisters Jan. ?5 confer.
owers a ugestal
.the. 'c four4 com-
ee lt Britsh head-
0l1S o llc Stadlumtu.
proposed that the
Of a sitr be submitted
Commissioner's rep-
e In Germany, West-
lWles said they expect
Commandant Sergei, A.
would accept the Wei-
iatlion. -
ga is the Western plan to
Ng Four talks in th
1ftl authority building
or-ifet an sector. The Sov-
4wz have not proposed an
sit but they did not
K "i i AC ~n qdte as a site.

FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet con-
vertible and 1953, 4 door..Mer-
curomotic. 2162-A, or phone Cu-
rundu 4205.
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Champion, coupe. Excellent con-
ditton, new tires, $500 cash and
balance $350 in 7 monthly pay-
ments. 23 N. de Obarrao, Anoyan-
si Apartments, No. 17 in the an-
nex 5 8 p m.
FOR SALE:-'41 Ford. good condi-
tion, leaving soon, 38-., 2nd. St,
Coco Solito .. .
FOR SALE:-1947 Ford 8 Stationi
Wagon. Good condition. Duty paid.
$350.00. 83-3222 87-5105.
FOR SALE:--1952 Studeboker Com-
mander State, oil extras, perfect
condition. Will accept English car
as trade in. Albrook 2126.
FOR SALE:--1953 Mercury H. T.
Coupe, Merc-o-Matic, radio, leath-
er, m6ny other extras. 57,1 1-B,
SDiablo. Phone Balboa 2675.
FOR SALE:-Buick Super 4 door se-
don 1940. Tires, seat covers .new.
perfect condition. Duty paid. $250
cash. Call Curundu. 6z243 ofter 6
p. m.
FOR SALE:-1952 Bjick Dynoflow.
4-door sedan, leather upholstery,
one year old, like new, cart be
finance, reoasoh. leaving country.
2nd street, house 210, ,aos Gdrm-
bres., Tel. 2020,.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet four
door De Luxe.' Radio complete a;-
cessories: Price $1,550.00. Phone
Fo. Kobbe, 84-2187:. '
FOR SALE:-Must sei 'this week;
49 Mercury. Tudof, radio, seat
covers, fog lights. Phone Albrook
6224, f6r de~ils.'
FOR SALE:-22 H,P, Jobnsn out-.
board motor with. clasU C. racing
runabout. Call Cristdbal 1569 from
4 to 1.0 p. m. L
FOR SALE:--12, ft.:'S4,lbat. ExceL-
lent- condition,' fully equipped. Suit-
able for outboard, motor; $100.
Coll Fort Clayton 22.6 after 5:00
p. m.


Parque Lewee I7 Sed
I1 Central Ave. '




I e la Om Ave.. ,aX
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Monday thru Friday children
from 2 1-2 yrs. tq. 5 & a. m. till
.11:15 a. m. Transportation provided.
CALL BALBOA 1214 er 1334.

FOR SALE OR TRADE:-6" .Bolt and
Disc-Sander, 1 H.P. motor 4 H.P
motor, 2 ea. 1-4 H.P. motor all
25 Cy. single phase. I ea. double
bedstead. Phone 87-5197 er see
Qtrs. 337-A, Ft. Clayton.

FOR SALE: Featherweight Singer
sewing'. machine, excellent condi-
tion. Phone 3-0538. 2 .- 5 p. m.
Sealed bids, for opening in public,
will be received until 10:30 A. M,'
January' 12, 1954, Jn the offfEe of
Superntndent of Storehoduse, Bal-
boa, for stem 'boiler, air compressor,
hand drills, key duplicating machines,
key blanks, sawing, painting and pipe
cutting machines, piston and bushing
assemblies, bolts, pump, multimeter,
tractor and fire truck located in the
"300" Area, Balboa; air cdmnpres-
sor,- diesel engine, gasoline engine
tand outboard motbr locoted/at Sec-
tion "I," Blalboa Storehouse, tel-
ephone 2-2720; belt conveyor, gaso-
line engine- driven pump: units, bar
bending,' cylinder boring, sewing,-
shear, and sharpening machines.
electric motor, pumps, tmractbr and
wiAch located at the Cristobpl Store-
house, telephone 3-1-265. Invitation
No. 43 may be obtained from the
above sources, or from office of,Su-
perintend'nt of Storeomouses,. tef-
ephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE: -- Craig SR. 16 bam.
Viewer-splicer, 2000' rewinds. Like'
new. Cost. $97, sell $40. Call ,Sun-
day afternoon or Monday. Panama
FOR SALE:-Six weeks old, block
Cocker Spaniels at reasonable price.
Call 3-2436.
FOR SALE:-Scott Philharmonic ra-
dio, 30 tubes, T5 inch speaker-
output 40 watts. 'Very'good condli-
tion. $250 cash. Call Panama 2-
FOR SALE--Electric portable Poul-
try Incubator, 60 cvcjls.'-t Q
capacity, used only 7 waeks. ieo
Panamo 3-4013. No. 25 Avenao
Primero, Pdrque. Lefevre.

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PFr Sale; "Villa Astrid," El
Valle; this spic anad .an,
reofd-tabl.r e r ae o n
uealpes ,ot .Baont0|Xetely
uni nished o do o m
bungalow. Price 11,.-00.
0ail Welflf f Compqny,
'Tel, 2-1X8 Pammsia, th
:.,stwet wefix. i

NEW YEAR right by learning
Ballroom dancing. Take advantage
of our low price $10.00 for a
3 moRtha course. Registration: Jar
nuary 7 and 8. 5:30 to 7:00 p.
m. Sotarday morning, January 9.
9.00 a. m. to 12 noon Balboa,



F d a Pl4ane:

ORWffiSBURO. Pa. Jan. 6-
(UP -Thre mlvaed-up Megleans
wheoqtlo todlrite lrom hicago
to" California and' landed
ta*1i.. ,I n a Pennsylvania
* toritatl straightened out
fdy'. .e
rose Art hr stp8
left their


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* fY-.( Ha4rk
'WAflS OqIQN,~Jan (UP)-
Col.WI a d Aii b who, set
a traUcnntlbhebtal speed record
only last Saturday, flew his Sa-
bret from Newr ybrk to Wash-
intt l1 24 minutes yesterday
for ne* uAnofftetal speed mark
betweenT the twp cities.
4. ikan -NSt1pnal Guard p1i-
lot- flAshed across the 210 miles
at an average estimated speed
of 525 miles-an hour.
- The 35-year-old speed kin
tnoo offs fro mWtehelal Ai, U,.p


Houses on bt l.
Phone. SUi3 Nf em I89

Grdmnlich Sonfte Cl r dich cottages.
electric refrtgerltau, gas stoves,
moderate rate Phone 6-441 or
Foster's One wo
Santom ClaOe. Prha e bria ytir
Hnras. Phone 2ht 218 ,

WILLIAMS' Sonto Ctak Beach Cot-
tage. Loa comfortable. modem,
near beach. Balboa 3050 except

PbWiptp.. Oceunid cottag. Santa
Cler. Box 435, bolboa. Phone
newame 3-1877. Crlstobal a-1673.

FOR RENT: Unf~nrished ground
floor of residence. 2 Ibedhoms and
servants room with garden in best
residential district. B.130 monthly
46 Street No. 22. Phone 2-0436,
before 9 a. m.
OR RENT:-Furnished chalet. Uv-
ing-diningroom, 2 bedrooms, gar-
age. Phone 2-2415 from 7 to' 9
a. nT.
FOR RENT:-Modern chalet, three
bedrooms, reasonable price. Tel.
3-5293, from 10 a. rt. to 4:00
p. m.
FOR RENT: Chalet. 43rd Street
No. 25; three bedrooms, lots of
conveniences. Inquire Corial Zoner
Pharmacy, 4th of July Avenue.
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom chol-'t. Tel-
ephone 3-3718.
FOR RENT:,-, For 3. months only.
WeH furnished house with washing
machine, refrigerator with freezer,
2" bedrooms. 48th street NO. It;
Telephone 3-0081 for, inforio-
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom chalet, fur-
nished, on Via Espoft No., 2020
facing "Pan Ideal' Bakery. Tel-
ephone 3-0749. L

ATTUNTION I. 1. Just but modern
furnished apartmeat, *pe, t wo
bedrooms. hot, cold watte. Tel-
ephone Panma 3.-494J-
FOR RENT.-Modem Oportment. 2
'bedroom, livirip-diningroom, hot
water, 5 closets, garage. Justo Aro-
semena 97, top floor.

FOR RENT:-'-Completely furnished
apartment near Hotel El Panama,
with garage. Telephone Panama 3-
1099 or 3-4347.

FOR RENT:-Vey beautiful modern
furnished 2 bedroom apartment, in-
cluding everything but utility. Peru
Avenue 58. -

'OR .RENT':-leginning 'Februory 1 st
Sfee three months two bedroom
apartment,. completely furnished.
40th Street Nb. 13. Apt. 3. Bello
Vista. Information Tel. 3-1251.
Fdr RENT.M2 bedroom living-din-
igigroom,' breakfast nook, kitchen.
maid's room, terroce, beautiful
yard. Telephore .3-5264; Panama.
FOR RENT:-Cool Studio Apartment,
screens, passes G. I. inspection.
New building. Excellent neighbor-
hood will rant if buy portion of
furniture. 231 N. de Oberrio-Ana-
yonsi Apartments, No. 17 in the
annex. Rent $50 monthly.
FOR RENT: modern 2 bedroom liv-
ing-diningroom etc. CoUe Darien
No. 8, next street from 4th of July,
beside Elias' garage.
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom apart-
ment with private service and oar-

nd lto put thiI Bae vNewYork at 1:53 pm age. 15th Street San Francisco No.
a a l ,~eto fly them and whizzed p.st the control 23.
towon-waer, at arby Andrews A1i FOR RENT-Two, bedroom apartment,
Stiee' vrona-way" Mexf- Force lBase In aryland at 2:17 one bedroom apartment With lrrg.
hifoundal themselves nightaeu- p.m diningroo. 11th street, Porque
hical dilemma last night Lefevre. Via Eoa Ban ts Of-
their light truck collided After looping the field for a fice, 181,i Central Avenue.'
.tomoble on an icy Iandlng. he told his wife RutyI-F
.three ml west dth nerdlht from NeWI FOR RENT:---On bedroom apart-
York was "uneventful" and that meant, hot water. Second street,
sign langtge and brok- he w^ s "awfully happy to be IPerry H;lI No. 11. Telephone 3-
n Lib. they maftaged to tel home." 12694
k o they were drivin-
a. w10reach the beside if On Saturday he flew from
trb'swife io ls serious y Los Angelee to New York In 4 FOR RENT
At Cuse Calif. hours. 8 mnute3 and 5 seconds.
ent l the ,dent. they did The W nflftal New York-to- Rooms
kew l ith_ l-their haste to Washingon speed record FOR RENT-Furnished rom with
e Cca Monday n t minutes and 15 seconds was stFOR ENT -Furnished room wth
r tlrlned east and had .tra%- tv Air 1'orce Capt. Martin L private entrance and private bath-
d 8eg1rly 00 miles out of their I Smith o'a April 21. 194. in toom. Modern corwenmences. 43rd
V nh. ootin Star. His flight was' street No I3 Bella Vista.
aS o and hfien.Ano over a 214-mile course for an!
nd ief and Lauro del Ro. average speed of 439.974 miles an FOR RENT: Furnished room for
Mt nightin a hotel before hour. American couple. Private entrance
ll their trip.,and kitchen. Calle 32 East No. 14.
Millikan, said he flew the -
result would be a loss of state course at 3000 feet without any
ess. v to unemployed work- help front a tall wind. FOR RENT
A guaranteed wage plan A triple ace in WorU War I
An studies cf er- and now commAuder of the Dis-
-il e com trtet of Colupblia Mr National
.u1, a, ca-. ouard WieU. MIllkan orttaUaliv
., had intended to seek a' new of- FOR RENT --Offic. or store- wae
t-i t flcilal spend ord between the in "EI Cangrqlo" fedng Hotel FJ
lt e Ar t wo CutINe. Panama. Apply Foto Hefeo. Tel-
lltover .o A last-minute hage A pbnm, phonee 3-2407 or 3-1179.
m id. however. made ttemreord at-
g ard offhterWsM- ied of WANTED
S.recent Air |led ae
Sbarrin record spea s when
te rwul ts ""Wi V lade1 pubr. ___ Apartmeau
Department or small houe for n
:An exception was- nade for Or two months. Amercan m and
"prk it tr, Mlliska's cross- ountr un be-1 wife. No children or pets.
t. lmittm euse It was mace in connection room 832. El Panamo Hoeel. be.
5 4 to lth a -new Anir NatA Oadn 'men noon nd 2 p. m. end 4d
naultix proram a mLW


I Jut Received



275 Cntral Ave. Tel. 3.410

SA. dl, OWA

(I bl*k eom Lax Thetre)..

Pake. Shippers, lq.mM
Taller Truaporta Bate
Expej Mechanic I Uitra-
matie and Hydramatle
missB.n offers his profoa

Repairs. installation of gas
stoves. water heater, etc.
Tels.: X-MS -2:R"


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C*3 41 .te. I T11. 1-l153

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Ex-PRR Enghmnr,

DiN In 6orges
e.. .ce I. Kelleher, of Ancon,
retiw'..anama Railroad en-
gnor, ded at 4:45 ajm. today at
Gortgla Hopital where be lad
been a patient for the past week.
He wa ,-4 years old.
Mr. Kplreher was born in
County fly, Ireland, 4nd was a
naturalsed ctlen of the United
States., le ws one of the old
timers f thd 'Canal. construc-
tion Cerlbd coming to the Isth-
mtus :,'Jme O19O-when he was
first employed ap a locomotive
He resigned from the service
at the close of the construction
period in 114, was reemplbyed
as a Panama Ralfroad engineer
in 1934 and was" continuously
employed from then until his
retirement from service at the
end of No"pbeMr 1945.

After lainvng the Canal sbr-.
Ice in rJm r. KeUteer was em-
ployed'rt rte years In hon-
duras. centered the Army
during the first World War and
erved .with the A. F. In
Prance. He later was employed
for several years n Cuba and
in 8prlBleld, Mao. before re-
turn the Canal Zone.

three a Mau,.re, an employs
In tUWe MnM I BUM; David.
an emu e In th"=e of thelIo
CompTuM and erard,
Biemi d the Caenal Ze
arabmnfiBnts will be
announgil later.

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He also accused her of tets1l
les about her present flBAdl
Bobo, (toe coal mints dust-
ter *hq beam@ sbaeua
btMe. said eanv ta 1 ias
PAnMW apart t et A

he "l he oY wld
bat IahlvoA5

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3;l-;The Little Show
3:80-Moic for Weod*4day
4:0-a4 i 1hek preaet4 on
4:30-What' Your Fa]mite .
5:30 --What's YOur Favorite
(contd.) o ..
6:00-The iketchbobk (VMA)
6:3-The CHrlatian Scien
7:00-4Low*al Thoap o
7:15-T'He Jo Stafford Show
.,lI-3et._Lt tuur the U. ,. A.
8:00-The Platter Parade
8:45-Commentary on World
9:00-Viriety Ahoy!
9:30-The Haunting 'Hour
10:00-Holywood's.Open House
10;0--The Old Timo Ballroom
ll:0r-Ttle awl's Net
12100-N-ews-ign Off
| 60Vw0 Thunday. Jan. 7
8:0--lgit On The Alarm
Clock Club
: 00-Npew
7:05-The Alarm Clock Club
7:30-Mornlam Salon
8: 15--Mrnilng Varieties
8:30-Muasic Makers
8:45-Jerry Sears Presents
9:15-The Sacred Heart Pro-
:3SO-As1Se" It
10l06-4Off the Record
11:05-Off the Record (contd.)
11:30--Mtet the Band
12:05--Luncheon Muide
12:30-Popular Music
1:15-The Personality Parade
1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-A Call from Les Paul
2:15-A Date lor Dancing
2:30-The American Journal
T (VOA) .'
2:4-The fBattle of thme Bands
3:00-The AoStr Concert.Hall
3s15-The Little Show
3:30-Musid.Tor Thursday
4:00-BaMn Check presentation
4:30-What's Your Favorite
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8:30-Inta 4r rudeo for Music
(BBC), /,
-8:45-Commentary ofl World
9:00-Piano Playhouse (VOA)
9 1:30-Over to You (C)
10:00,-TomMy NaAez and his
10,145-Te ltit..American Set-
em ade
10:30-.Crnegle Hall (VOA)
11:0O0-:The Owlrs Nest
12:00-N-e-w.-Slgn f -
txzpIaation of Syzabols
BBC-Brftlsh Broedcastl1g
RDI-.Ralodlffusion Francalse
VOA-.Vcie of America -

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Rockdehr Walls
NEW YORK, Jan. 6 (CUP) -
Standar. Ol heir Winthrop
Rockefeller complained today
that his deranged wife Bobo has
raied the ante to $10,000.000 In
their negotiations for a divorce

Be cbarged that she had re-
pudiated a written agreement
made three months ago for 18,-
100.000, which would have given
her the biggest alimony piue In
American history.
In a statemeit Issued 53m1l-
here and at Little Rock. Ark.
Rockefeller said "there Is rn an-
parent way of meeting N,


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.-dgedout',yhe champion *Tamu
IIto 45thaeodn BM..on. .
oin niturday, tethe 7461st Flgnal 7 t h t
6 nine bounced back to defeat the e, : ..........
45th Antiarcraft Artillery Group
by a core of .-6 on S ny P ....i..
NEWJ 4 J anuary 3 .... lb 0( : .' .
Number teaTk withingeany reach or sec PI er....4
Wo Press w ly raKrl ratings ond place in the Fort Cleyton B er, rt ....,..
...but a 4 Due, Beaebau League, although "be Mte ....... .... ,.
chave moved losed to. t Wld, 65th_ Oroup. np ysull has a A p (lb) ....-
Sats. ma heWt cal chance of get tin
1 W e6 be 'w rate the out a the collar. Ita l.....
Iaa week tu- The 65th team outhit Signal's :
Su esr batters by gathering nine hits (6
Ih is @ed to the winner's eight. However, Rose;
h -l- wt we U tMw tleyr tkhe 65th fielders made miscues maos. cI t
ay e u te'.s as compared to Signal's 4 er- Eicitaedn, 3: (
Monddoterthl mrare Mo.r
'an ap. 1- 06m .a. .
torbcfsap AU. and M SAP (65th) None.
Sni ht. Ts fourtea The box score: Allen, Dere
first-place votes. UkV gOt U ACTION cenes this will be'aburidant tiwRht when the soccer team of the 65th-Strike t,
bde the 22, iq e sih. a tf 34.8. Sheffield takes on the Ib .rco team at the Panama Olpic Stadium. The above photo 6th AAA Group- ab r b bals 2 1,
-ttei aers. to Ftir e' Iurawe r2 16la.........5 2 1 se oe Y e t ta .pcoreb
ow l a t ooflees nd what I an labhoa ows. a exCitbinp mofnent, during last Siunda'e'contest at the- stadium in Which the casa Fast- ow ,f.b 5 2 1 Ere ba
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4 'a dd.o eshave n x nenkyn, ia aa.n ,' .s- 1 Crispell, c' ......4 0 1 n .... '
and R e. Noew o n o Hoffman. 3b ............3 0 1

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S.T xin will start Tte Mc-ll V B~atart MoYarc OA s -(tor f. the Big est
SJameslbYankees At Mt. Hope Tonight ............
Pield! wOreSon State, Nth Carolsa state,. cktaled, as .......... ,

dthe Leaguers of thb second 10 aree Y n ees A tre.H...... a g
WitN teDut r NJoh aro U ,N LaS0e' FPANAMA PRO LEAGUE LAST NIGHT'S RISULT ,- credited with his third suc-
S.WiththeO of the tfirstTe Ci an- ,B-ta r 5Bote Stan n. ew cess as comp rtolonebet Ba b 'Y'

TrA base Is another vet- C townd al k- w t
-oames app r fast, all the labo"a City and Caifrnia. Te L Pet. Manager Stanford Graham .-e.a claric was the victim of o Y Swi ase a

aii a' will @tll
d haI players picked Yankees 4 .02 will send newcomer Floyd Mi- poor support with an eight-hit N m ama O
Waddook made and lineups ea up. Of all the if Bowes 8 .4lr to the mound toghta-effort and was charged with his 00 o Closed, New .
Iamo tht tonight teams, the-eark horse appears Bombers 5 8 385 against theIsky fl ng Yankees in fourth defeat against three Filters Installed
would be th.e for pro- to be Wanack's Distillers under TONIGHT'S G& (7:) attempt to stop e leaKue lead- triumphs. filter ta
idin suitable the tutela of "asey' Carlin. Mt. Hope 8tadi: Yankees era a Mount Hope Stadium. Granville Gladstone homered resde of the
stadium ld bealable. F. Hill,Lety" Evans and E (nchman 1-0) v bombers Yankee pilot Al ubki s x- forth losers and collected two The Balboa Y A. Swim- "Diy Aa,
In a eed 'te ne o- Myers handlethehuck(Milliere -0) ected to counter with lefty Joe singles also for three for five. ming Pool will be closed for se- s one ofthebest
versatne., Skagfnese to s Jobd fOr t 4e seam. They are nor, Hin chman. ,oerry Thorne, however, with eral days since Jan,~ 4 for the er on the a-tmm M
well known a id how good they L gLast night two early inning three singles was the night's purpose of installing new filters, most a cinch to
are will be seen when the league I n .'h errors accounted for four un- leading hitter. Russel Rae paced A new filtering sstem, recent- the top 1 cu
Al g The iwys opens on Sday. Th ey may be onayay earned Yankee runs which en- the owners with two for three ly arrived from the n tour cla
ang row us. TEM STANDINGS fabled the league leaders to nip while Manager Kubaki and insure the public of the con- mated by Ps
Swill be "Bulletthe Brownes 5-4. It was the ohny Kropf helped the Yan- tinued purity and safety of water Arwas. He ll
GOLING GOEp FOMTHE Paul Graham, as he is calle by Pet. fourth straight victory for the kees' cause with two for four. In. the "Y" pool. race for low
hAMADO DIES his teammates. He is apparently Pan Liquido 32 01 O _rtntri es Yankees. In the final analvaisL It was the The showers and gymnasium the amateur geoeer

WS. -- - one of best clutch hitter as CinA N02N00pe
aies ~utn dhae &l- the t .W""p."Healsohhandle ass the5
r tacbedoase a m ti tWeUe.rstbaserO ais If he were boTrn EST bDA 'S GAME
tag" whch turus to it. Baxteras Mayas 8, CAA 5
A ,, ae'tfo r the new rer Moer axin win start at setc-Whwn Rainoe Aes. fow the vBiest Ol pen
yeay. oe v -ertoon asa- nd a'fd a ,rs to-know TOA A G eaaw t eve- he i an-
oi or i" :Ate itop will Dik Coxr a Navy vy Pan Li T aIn '
S- veter the League and a very an a Geytresterday before a ppy in OW
am ofl fine S ho top o. festerlay b e fred esW either through your own Club
rmmb'r are cardi y iAt' th d base is another jffa rDvet-oe arryoe e i k .* d t .P.;
our. s atiom and part- e dangerous hitter, J 'ackM Mer's. C4 o4er ouBc S ai GOF: CLUB Amt urs
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il9Llr, Bernle Herring who lepe. tefaflsl
c o, g o onrene'Iin
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On yea ea.yand wh h dir e o a r oW
,reom are rmned ot a analog the recent t ers winn the d ow ,m k- .. nd Tue -
the t.o .onthe R por.- Carlin. P d-o te,.ter e lTtm- eCharl, 3b. -T, ..tto1.a
tifeliawelel-lub. T' Youn Imn Tela s one a ha ,, .i... ,o t, I- .M Y, Tc-
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ther. With perfect p ease trip to the plate. Arty iemock 3na r i i

.All l _ane rmmnded about a a longside of managers wnnng his two gimes. Yes L oesa.. 1 0 0l a.
Ro oL ro bn. oseeevenothoghb-heNlbI ol R E T R E ADPRO E SSI
theUtwomaut4 R he ainge r gmT b aor aditslbit
Tournamtentu ray. The Wosch Team hIsom- bat- Navlf 5 0 0

So nt 0 tfe$ Fol bst w 7 am o. S 0 1one
OJan. 0 ty $1e s Ped. many fine hitt ers-andtrpleane, clean homer, with otl ef 5.1 3 1e 0 .,
We urnament r th Is e- M 'andr outfield will beone t ond for four rps to re Thorn nb 4 1 Is 9
%o "V^ wl ; "Se::.teac20le, 2Ban. lc 2o' ) beat the pitching,, asthe t. Tee &Sgt. Erls onGordon f 0 0 0
m Sel.hn .71R.I seen first order to be uded ,, r l' Mer h Yo 0 R
Pelleein dV ae b e the moo u ou d -replacing a0mironbeIs 000u4 0 0 1
r Good kl..e- will see you and f, they show good stuff, pe y b-r the plaB h wate, bi A43 0 1 6 4
there WdhnaOcks will be hard to beat', a s w McD onald c 2 0 0 2 0
B er a .. 0 0MhEarle, the winner, was charged Co ,,k n
with five runs on eight safe hits TrE up 4 1 3..
a i l and three bases on balls. He met Toths, 37 4 16 T 24 IRaicMlT

heDJerry Cain, the loser,b war Kuaka, lb ET 2 'o 0
__"__-__.... _ charged with elght runs on tea Hardin, 2b 2 0 1 7 3
$o Tl i.rbingles and two free passes. Jer. kJae, ae4 1*0 E!2.
bl o d,1b oBreery gsot, the third strike by four 4,". 1 0 2
S- of his opponents. Wilhelm,3b 4 0 0 5
F& .'. LRAGUE .me Will be between ." Kro!pf cf 4 0 2 3 0
A-_ ntheInk- .2sad Seymour The box score: f nn
Lta a .e .Dabqk.oP, 3 1 0 a 0
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01i .11A '. p 420 Babe Marquard or reCuneo lb 1 0 .0, Totals 5 3214

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aronaM. came .Dubos, .c 11 1 4 Teota ls s r3 IC b yu
on0 lnefef wmnebdpitch- Mebone rt. 0 0 0 0 By MIUE BANDON i
*cr ball threat tbe Wardrf.... 1 0 0 0 0 CORE BY INNINGS
ftt out lfourM Mt and Crook rf . 1 1 1 0 MM-
wuaikr e. Wilson, If .... o 0 0 0 CAA 000 212 0-5 The Patlch Teen Aged Sane- -
The fieldtig play of the Bowman. If .. 0 0 0 0 0 Baxter's Movers 332 000 0-8 ball League will fire Its opening
ae ae I the third mning White, if .....2 1 1 1 gun with a doubleheader, Satur-
when Le ~dler's throw to Beck, p .... 1 0 5. 0 NOTE: A new attraction has day, Jan 9, at one pm. at the
S hnt e tr t - been added: 0. R..Lee (Glenn to Balboa Btadium.
co a' 0 Tot"s . V . U. 4 T u.s,. (Iat year' President of the The first game will begin at &
r H geere By'te Pacific Softba Leaogue) is the one o'clock between the tradi-
Pollee w Pll 000 l- 2 5 4 new M r f the Atlas ar- tional tIvals. the Conejos, and
So a ts with uAncoln Life 1 t-11 13 2 de n came eat ye the Panomas. Paloma beingI
a A"* WtiNWla Pitcher ck (1-0). afternoon and venture ths fol- home-ftem.
wthe Fti ehr de (0-1). lowlan a1tcaments: The ieeand game will fo
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To Prevent Freeing Of Anti-Reds t"4:-:-. -
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Arnold M. Klehn. 44- figure Oalo was 425,000 higher her M etime in i
d China-born American L, Korea, Jan. 6 -(UP)- relax their previously stated possible formula for resumptie were du bythe "falasehods" ot f w 4,000 higher ar w ofmJ i
saman from Santa Barba- Competent observers said today positions. of the talks." common m. m a
lif., arrived in Hong Kong they believed armed U. S. troops The U. N. was expected to again Suydam did not name the "Inter- Batchelor said he o!phed i hi s L VmWll- aUL. cnrZl mteo than for, tf Ap
fl ending three years in a .". do nothing to stop South Ko- insist that the POWs be released mediaries" contacting the Commu talks with the mother re- U-IJ month of- 19$.- ,
at Red prison camp. He rean soldiers from attempting to Jan. 23 as provided in the Korean nists. But It is known Informal sult in. some plan for getting the .. p .dersonts ed ,;
t at he had been imprison- free 22,000 anti-Communist pison- armistice agreement, contact; between the Allies and other risoners to return bome as a n
ly the Chinese Communists ers when the period of their cap- The Communists were expected the Chinese Communists hive been he dd s s r s F ooeu tve S n 1j,925I000 Iat
"'ft trumped-up charges. tivity expires at midnight Jan. 22. to repeat their demand the prison- made through Indian represents- S 1,0 B rrs In D .- dr
ers be held in the neutral zone tives. "I wat to help bth oe to r Ma u ui o in
." These observers doubted that prison camps until a Korean peace come back1" he said. 's. Ul Fo VI 30 tha T~ e .
any United Nations troops would conference settles their fate. The press officer made his state- ty diffigcl to tell VAthan tha itnl ms
be given orders to fire upon the Lt. Gen. K. S. Thimayya, Indian ments after Dean said on a tele- wrong when the oly V t Iyo i"An nd during na fl
ROKs because sueb an act would c' .irman of the neutral commit. vision program Monday night he are .t coues frvom ICom. (UP) Death alley Scotty, spite of d urwn ;e *v eu'a's dS;
S dump world criticismm on Wash. sion, has said Indian guards must believes the conference will be re- m S a.ls" who ooled the t. spteof som rersala-
ington and give the Communists release the 22,200 POWs unless the sumed in "the near future." who fooled wth world for more months." .. c a "
propagandafodder. U. N. egress to an extension. Dean walked out on the Reds Batchelor told a pre confer- e th e Average total t empl
South Korean officials have But in New Delhi, Prime Min- asserting they accused the United ence sterday he res d his con- nght Ien d min die last ment for the year stood at,acontin
warned repeatedly t h a t R 0 K sister Jawaharlal Nehru has taken States of "perfidy" in charging duct adbeenan embarrassment lnono 900o" a0t ao8lev a t w. :
forces will take action if the In- the opposite view and the final re- that this country knew i.i advance tthe people of the Unte4 a known a "Deth Valley cotty's level of the t ..
tdan guards refuse to release the lease decision could come from that South Korea was going to re- sincerely hope that lat I s tle r years," the department a For td lne (
anti.Red Chinese and North Ko.- New Delhi rather than Panmun. lease 27,000 anti-Communist war did and said will not haro much o leend spender Non-farot eonplymetint e5- Lt4e Bt0 fior t ya l all ,
t reans when the deadline for hold- jom. prisoners last June. Earlier, Den influence," he said. "If I have dis- swho to live in one of the aged 55,400,000 for the year, a lna. a i t
Ing them passes. Meanwhile, the U.N. went ahead chaIrged tbat the Nor t- graced my coutr I'm. s's most desolate and in- new record and about 1,000000 was fied
Many observers believe the In- with plans for release of the rans ana Chinese were nothing about it. If there is any wy I can de le regions, was 81 when afour- Te the d 195 average. B atment saMthe
d an command would order its POWs. The Allied plan called for but Russian "stooges." figh commulm I would like to death came in i n four- The dep ent said the rise gTwo ntaer
guards to step aside and let the keeping the prisoners in newly- do t. I intend to- figt comm.ism poster ed atbrt llness, In unempo ent wa"a good n the ranim i
South Koreans rip open the barbed holding compounds at oth the Allies and the Reds m eot's secret old mine turn deal less the op in em- e
wire compounds r f the R 0 Ks Mun and then shipping them were said to be anxious to resume my -d outto be a "two-I ged" one, ployment mainly because many were Ildefp Quevado ^ rnd
should storm the area. out ty truck and train, the peace talks. Some diplomats as he put it, in 1941, w en it was farm workers withdrew from the Inocente li.
The observers noted that Amer- here feel the Communists want to DU FiA Alhnie learned that the late A. M. labor force the'number of The u..
lean tra.ps refused to intervene The Chinese would be taken to return to the conference table insVs usw I amuNwe Johnson, wealthy Chicago In- persons holding jobs or looking charged i t
when South Korean guards releas- Inchon where waiting ships an effort to stall the release of un urance broker, had been "loan- for them. Curqndu was con-ed BM
ed 27,000 anti-Communist North would carry them to Formosa. rr'triated war prisoners fSn. 23. ael A mAolniHnU lag" hlz big sums of money The department said farm this afternoon. Ball for
Koreans near Pusan last June 27, The South Korean government CpJ. Claude J. Batchelor in To-. Ap in n over a 3S-year period, employment te off sharply be- the deendanL M uel
on orders of ROK President Syng- would dedede the destination of kyo today fought a ailment he But while the Iualon lasted it cause of the onset of winter 18 and Juan GonSal, 19 s E
man Rhee, before the truce was the Korean POWs. contracted in three years of Com-. made the desert.ra famous- weather. The number oft.ftory 't $25
signed. Meanw le in Washington the munist Imprisonment and vowed T ws mP i In 1905 he chartered a Santa
ST United Nations and Com- State Departemnt disclosed it is to return to the United States as Fe train for a record-breaking
BEN--Dilmus Kanady (above) munist commands today were in- holding exploratory discus s o n s soon as possible to talk with moth- CAMP CA Ar A ., Jan. 6 da]h from Los Angeles to Chli-
American from New Orleans structed to submit their "final" with the Communists through "in- ers of 21 Americans still with the An 18-year od former .rel- cago,-t h s 1 M a ntes m
le in 1950 by the Chinese Proposals for handling of 22.200 termedlaries" which- aay result in ltedi. dent of Albrook Air Farce Bas are th ood ,fr mor re
has been reported seen by "anti-Red" war prisoners. a resumption of the stalled Korean Army doctors treated the M-year has received a president p., than years. The trln hit 106
Klehn said that he saw The Neutral Nations Repatrla- peace talks at Pane J jom. old Kermit, Tex., soldier for dys- .pointment, to the U.S Mimitary LJmles aou on o6 stretches
.n when he was removed tion Commission ave both sides Press officer Henry Suydam told entry and said he probably would Academy. He os Pvt. James D. with In the 'b urging
Ward Road Jail nd until midnight of he Chinese and reporters special Ambassador Ar- have to remain in Tokyo General Sasfy, son of M/Bgt. and M a. the etr tor speed. i
i ^o an unknown destination. Forth Korean POWs. thur Dean is ready to return to Hospital for at least 15 days. He9iry -. Sasty. ad to
S when he A spokesman for the Indoan Krea "on short. notice" if ar- Bathelor's health o he l oerwise was 2 e ih raith
custodial force said if the Allies rangements can be made to re- good and the GI who embraced Basfy was notified of the ap- i which .1he
BlbDOa Tides and Reds failed to settle their sume the talks, communism and later changed his ,polntmnent while at Camp QCh4t- (P ehOps w i halves of
S Thursdy, Jan. 7 differences the final decision He said ambassador represent mind said his first mission would fee where he wats takng cn. Mlad then oUt back 4
1 ._Wh Low would be made by India. lug 16 other satins with troops be to psit the mothers. mnionbaasic training flt th it-thl. for llst b lt '
6.m. a..; *11:24 man. There appeared little chance el- in Korea met at the State Di. He said he would tell them their- dat, Atmy. s rled thea b dvt ..'
pk p~m. _____ 11:48 pntthegr the U. N. or Communists pertment Monday to discuss "a sons were "pretty confused" asai t At will leave Coma p flee to afree1d Iyt a bus
early thIis d ItaK ath 0y0th Asto S fre ae 0 h a efr t. om ? a
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t r oe Ioex T a x m Pr i r : 3 anmination ftr entrance to the "' veot milloh dbl rigold
CHARD A. MULLENS as an exemption if she files a Mt a demy. mine ouIn Death V
.4'm trouleome problem tax withheld on her earnings of DEithool, Balboa, Canal One,4---f U uikeNisM| YM
tbe'average taxpayer filling less than $600. If your wife has ..f. enlisted in the Army in (Octo IIII10:
t hie return concerns exemp- income of less than $600 you OW b- er. While In high school, he .
u. lf lo le a joit rtr Her io distinguished himself as a mem"- IWaI Lewiss
.. portent to claim all come has to be included withI IYOU.. b of the Junior ROTC. He was il ii iiI
emptions because yours, but you get a $00 exempt selected as the most outstanding I A NEW YORK LADERS ATC EMON
west tax bracket tion for her (more f she's 65 or noncommissioned officer in 1953 S ILAThomas Dewey (left) and New York Ciy Ma
ze0 on It is equally iportax blind separate oIeturns cheaper than filing and laced second in selections Wagner are shown at the opening ceremonies o ltml 1-
20ait is equally ieeportaom t separ ate returns. a de en-tthe t outstanding all NEW YORK, Jan. 6 (U ) versity's Bicentennial celebrtion at ew ork it De &
aim nc-- exemptions Each ild an-. each depend- round cadet for 1953. The Independent International graduate of the Columbia aw school
g entitled to because ent relative who meets al1 the Bsty's father, a veteran of Longshoremen's Association said.
SRevenue Service tests set out on page 5 of the of Iire than 16 years service in the today It had been promised "u n-
I at t is part of your ticial Instructionr can be claIIm- A I Force, is attached to the limited financial support" by
ed as an exemption. 2500 Air Base Group at Albrook. John L. Lewis of the U d
na can be divided In- The exesun .,n tots are short M, i __I__i \_/ Mine Workrs ; If there Is a strike:
lasses; for yourself an bt not tely clear. To help on the New York-New JerseyBELLA VISTA THEATR
voor children, and for you wltS his Important step, the I l waterfrt.-
ves. Primer lists the tests and then G.\ G Electric Officials'T of the orphaned TOY
arl page 4 of the official adds explanations: union alio disclosed thaT Lewis
an d read first the 1. Did not have $600 or more- PrastsI 'Contract had made a second gift of $50 -
0Ifxemptions for You gross income in 1953. .-. - 000 for immediate use inh 3rd :
You will have I Explanation: Remember that A S J struggle against a rival A L I
you remember two tllfta or non-taxable income such union togain recogn ition asE K
Sas divldnds on 01 Insurance, to reduce Income below $600. For schedule which may bother you Aw bar gaining agent for 2000 dock
-you we 5 or over in disability payments and Insur- example, suppose your son earn- is Column 4, asking for the a- workers ..-
rr b.Jthtday wasn dance proceeds are not included ed $600 in 1953 and gave $5 to mount you contributed towards SCHENECTADY. N. T., Jan. 6 The ILA spokesmen did not
.H *1i. .1954. in groat income. Non-business the community chest. His gross support and the amount contri- (Up)n-The General Electric Co. deny or confirm a report that- .- -
*BPI ^ e pther depend- deductions for contributions, in-. income is still $800 and you can- buted byv others. The box printed announced today It was protest- the promise of strike said from -1 .s"-
|gi 3 i,. 'ch. lm your wfe terest., taxes, etc., cannot be used not claim him as an exemption, with thI.s article will help you lnt s $5,651,476 contract award- the mine workers a^mounted to Ir
.....: ,, 2. Received more than one-half answer h-ese Questions. ed a BritlAh company on grounds $ o,000,000 They said "no specific
-.. or, your wife. if f l a joint re- Tax r .Ste a taxA and American discussions with Lewis nl ": 3:5 -3 p.....
Expl Wok. t W I Help YOU 0 erminr .panation: Fill in the form ,OX prmer Q Lewi- p worm ,,.evi.s..-l yI I- -.. ha-ivnan'flun
Whibhbr You Cntrlbuted Ov 'rHalf pDrinted with this article. It wil The company said that the other 000oto thehard-pressd .: DAY ONLY
Supr. t you contributed over one-half of Can I show her as an exemp- mitted the lowest bid for the that time they were considering BY AN ADULT WILL ENTES FRE
to tire rod n s r the support. tion? power generators at McNary a possible affiliation with the I
.t A. Only if you file a joint re- Dam project at Umatillao Or., Mite Workers Union.
3. Is nct claimed as an exem- turn and then her $300 income but that the contract -ou s-c-
HB : jhard (Estimate as cloely as posMible) $----- tlon on the return of her hus- must be added to yours, tually cost the government more . -"... -
'r t ( ) band or his wife.ox Q. I supported my mother un-than the lowest bid of an Amer-
**** .-'t A,-,,. ... _I Explanation: For example, til she passed sway on Jan. 2, nian manufacturer. 4 .....
.L, ihK,. ( ") .-- Isuppose your daughter were 1953. May I claim her as an ex- James M. Crawford, vice pres- n- 'I
i- .** 4 Ci'are ..........."........ - married on Dec. 31, 1953. "Even emption? Ident and general manager *f I- "" .
D -.atI- Cr.......... .... though you were her sole sup- A., You may if she had less GEs motor and generator dirt- il ,
*HE^E": *-- "*........................... oort durir.B 1953. you can't clain than $600 income in 1953 ston, said in a letter to the U.S. Ill hW ,.- M & _S ,ii'r
*B- rl| mai t .................. .. iher if sie files a joint return Q, My wife, who died Aug. 13, Army C(rps of Engineers that N IAI i
liOtter costs ef supporting dependent... with her husband or is claimed 1933, would have been 66 on Seps. federal, state and local taxes _ L .
..............*".... i_ \as an exemption on her hus- I, 1953. Do I get an "over 65" ex- would amount to $1.159.000 if GE I I Wn l I :
S' :.' : "=' I band's separate return, emption for her. manufactured the units. I ) f I
B-z ThtaICt.................. .. ".---- 4. 4War either a citizenof the A. No You would, though, If -V I I a TIa o I
*K ^" n. O..half of Total Cots-.- Unted States or a resident of she had reached 65 before she GoE offered to build the gen- LI U, IK Q =-
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SAove ia fn Siaures all amounts spent for such items Mexico. Electric asked $3.651,476. The | I
couftited or provided by you or someone else. I your Explanation: This means yoi Q. I am single and claim my British company however, would Iv
the value of his board, lodging snd clothing while parents or other relatives living May I claim an additional "over Crawford said $200000 in
ib ,)I in Europp who are not citizens 65" exemption for her? wages will be lost to American .iR' Ite
i lM mounts provided to support dependent: Iof the U.S. However, a child of a A. No. You get only one ex- wo,'imeff by the British contract
r agim yenr wife. if e1g a joint member of the U.S. Armed Forces emption for a dependent other award. He said manufacture rif
s S 3 e cifeIt, . a- -in-t__--_ ican be claimed by the parent re- than husband or wife regardless the macl.n s would require 500
S---- ..... . ******** .......... Igardless ot where the child was of how old he Is. men working eight hours a day
S....................... -.-. born" or is living. Q. Suppose my father Ulves for one year.
a.... .. .. I . 5. Must, be your son, or daugn- with me in a home Iam buying. A copy of Crawford's letter I OA iY
_.t............. er, or legally adopted child, ur In filling out the form printed was sent to Army Secretaty Rob- iP
... ................... related to you in one of the ways with this article. should I show ert Stevens, GE said.
"" i pecfdIn test five on Page 5t on the ne for "Ledta the fai&
,* rWe office l Instfotlons. rentvalue of th "roouhabe s
............... aat : l though A. No. ar' up d Abbott To Act
bee. la acu md the of the de- relaIve died in 193 you can still show the pro on of your as- n *
ie TWO taal = Contributed claim an exemption. A still-brn tual expedi res to maintain As Port Captain
th) I child cannot be claimed but -a the home which Is applicable toCan
BYOU, AND I ~cild who died shortly after birth the room furnished your father. Capt G. Abbott. asistant
i n 195 can be claimed. Include *uh Items as property vport ka Is wf t a I o
The schedule to be filed out by txes, mrtges. interestprop- as pL Um t pa
O-_ CAI W .AUII. ton for a relative than do not include deprc ion f a at| Iell
wife or ..hild Is S c& ele A of mortgage pV.ments l a- lb _O PENIo..
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