The Panama American


Material Information

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


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:

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boutil picturesque commu- California. 4Hate o NO re to 11vcetot" '
1131tt W"1 tiriteu~froi down ceratly upheld theC
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be AS v* tuiallt has a 10. *e _, member it Was d.
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Slaw calla them streets, and nated city bFock or put out quest What wAs orionaUl''
S tey ataW des fllSothing but wa- of a less restricted residential area. Iof sible, to neutralize* .
tow. The quaint armada-maend ob)d- uabover sentiment in CIO he-
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Sof seel ousebrats parked so the city bou t legal action House test of laber supportin
to the middle of them. I It sued Mrs. Ijoris Hadges, skip. newest eight between the Preal-
ielfteally, there are eight of per of the good ship Mayo an Litho eft and the forces of tb seater
ese streets, created in 1870 when Street. Mr. Hedges irately coun. bon Wisconsin. -
e state df California made a tide- tered that she is no more uilty Although the labor secretary
Eds grant to Sausalito. The city tered that she is no more u of was more warmly received by the
watsOe of flying this area- over.parking than the yaS 471 sCIO del here th h
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qe-s, l e to nae4igable sty.). .i go, in this eity, there was little
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aritist o wea pons i a dT wee waacsr from its develop- gpther with certain phenomena

mr^opeanmndt. provide aulak.O ad an Special Products Dvi. while e produced first in 1950. them are said to be operatng out
The will provide the coveton eapo against a f Amerca Motors, on te The ignof the Mighty Mite of Canada particularly n the vi.

fIaml aiote bt cmni. t. assembly lie hc tured ra drivC a'sAtre Genal wo
rate sm f the n Bg Now counc mu Hudson cars .., beor t.Ease
Three bon-esdas to, ehart west- ode how a when the West will. was recently transferred to- -Wis- of handi Qomparable to power Keith Punston, president of the
estra Soiet Russia's unloose Its'edre nuclear weapons cousin. steering Is achieved by oc a tine ow oar Stock Exchange, re.

Saint any Amunt invader the W pins inside the whee pos 'that he himself is or ever-
andhwhether 1u AlOli 5oun mee ight enough to be airlfted by hubs, permitting each front wheel &I sucker lists. Ie a gonera

I d ethutate soue a r or th tthb Ys ar t me -vehiclens tubular frame Is had the,.gall to r try ao
thr___sela hm that thegative anda im an da less tanltr Co4 purchase, -.idn:nto a sealed unit which stocks right in the hb o fm

strongl ro derst -. prLbtois N.Y) ? as E a no grer d c oat metinc alte n g h ao Sok Exc hanged m The firm.
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Ae book-binding kit solve Therewere earlier e. ..
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Sm.?I n 5 oeShour : ain i that SBa ker are hardl noticeable to thMe v State's Atetorney General, whole
nsallthetoolse first be required toskc' 4e twelve years in obtaining resttu-
t aitical sanction from the NAT features lude a four- tlion of over $5 million for in-
adheltthakrdPlares the conweri- against that s that he might mama Pmt$ tee' Deuuiu. the room" operations: th
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g bidn the bookv y ao u m. of Edhfd a t.i-esnlt lose itd power through two types den of salesman. The low-
pt I on wheels Ancd r beo qusg de lof er strata is called the 'Opener.'
After Bitinding mae of the U.S. Jointm Chiefs unc,
brusilt the covers with a special Stafn. arrived byelane e r am F or vryIte Mighty M in"k*dal.H" c one na ea arother
cistn ofa-i bueWa ld .s Washitgtron hlae tdin theIt canbe driven *eiz4ty and tries to get a respond ev se. An
cos t.oi a cleSr, flaexAT ble ohee FoA ster aj..nd akerl Iio eteetlore wheels or on a f t, tire order for a few shares is a most:

I be.tthehatS !'Afte pc
and bindinafter applying the roary- nthonyEn .M. nxinofbtline we ,tebe d unhe he- "fter victim has been 'oM-tr
Coating. to tefl N ATO Councl mutn a. Bakers 3gfore in operforminig e Mi .*kt&Raw pened,' the 'Reloader' takes over.
Witit, .Is kit sheet music can Foriday th e wuCwe estwill een tly has bered Iat to-ross ual bfls- streams This is the real sharpride. He
The stniplifled method of book- cTe to' mp a to consis ber th tr IrodutioIs for thev bMhty Reloader invariably tasg of soe
b inepai ter th Sao vie ut dp nstae rr Of major LAtin Ai- Mite binge un orders from. the confidential news or extr-ordina-

nrearming o es Germany. Westerman concerts, declined to the _press city o I I c I a I s. and er tells his victim that as
"wouid rew ai ten to sponso t W e og a demonstration of thesvehi- price of the stock will triple. ."
h g h-od.... provides year-round informewdsorc .ed aid c omm met on the onny of agundt--a Is0 i Aetl'sard moit ors prece he- SO thet noe gesp ouato the
nair cooling for A the West's pol rcy of to-exlitence, appearance of Miss Baker. opeleoet. The victory o rewspod there
v uI rooms. It .prvides. fl'--ble looking toward-eveutual n o oi.s- Alter it was tbpught that Mia a "sop r orighti n tso n s er oro ro
of air conditioning for lions with Russia. The firs t baker waS no longer a popul'Ti room" becomes a "live one," a
enets, hotels and motels, As French feelers last week drew aattr-ction on Breadwy,b ae
W ..,vme. sharp Soviet r ejctlon. turned to t.ier an.t e an ie 111V marked man.
04. Il. nts said to three foa-b wa s h dr'oed 'top T ad ny. ieo has indicated to lb. sharpies *B,
..o s orp p iperves as pslia houss at that he has money to invest and



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then degeneratesto a merq rea..
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draw the "out" card wins the hand..
Yitoua'tgSet away as eas ly-as,
fWlit your opponents hold on. to
their cards.- While you and your
partner get reduced to five or s
cards each, they keep their furl ?
cards and freeze the -pack.
They are bound to win the pack
and to keep control of it- as long
as that hand lasts. Occasionally
you will be lucky enough to meld
out before much damage is done,
but you are bound to lose heavily
in the long run.
For this reason you don't meld,
a -single caid from your hand..w
long as your aide has any change
to win the discard pile. Itf your
Starter make the initial meld /
om his had,. which is the correct A
play if he tan do so in the mini-
mum number q ejrds, you dop't
even add a single card to his .
meld. Keep fighting for the pile.
The situation changes radically,
of course, if the-oppenents manage
to win the discard pile. The battle
has now been lost, and you must
save what you can by melding
quickly in the hope of going out.
Q-I-s there any limit- to the nurm.ra
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'3RKERIA PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13
X ORRISON a 4 yJul Ave. & J St.
.I Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St.
15 Ia La CarramqUlll ,

Cmi AvG. I14
N. 1 Lottery Plaza
rofth of July Ave.

H Street Nn o 1

Agenda lInternal. do PutMeaai
45 Central Ave.
Parque Lelevre 7 lireet
100 Central Ave.

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It Chinch Bau Are
SChewing Up Your Lawn,
they Can Be Stopped with

Chlordane and Rothane,
Which Are Excelleut
1 againstt Grass Destroying
Soil Worms. Give Poor
Besults on the Chinch Bug
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
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seear.erf. y appointment anly.
SMeming. Blibee 2-4239
'er 4 p.m., Pe*aMia 1-1660

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peral Repairs. tune ups
ffast srvise) all work
i.^anteed.(Day & Night).
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Phone 3~95

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FOR SALE:-Due to urgent trip: 1951
Mercury In perfect condition. 48th
Street No. 27, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac 4-door
sedan, Hydromotic, radio, good con-
dition, $475. $100 down, balance
financed. I 19-X, Gamboo. Phone
FOR SALE:-1950 Cadillac-62 four-
door, excellent condition.- Will fi-
nance. Phone 2-3697.

FOR SALE:-1941 DeSoto Custom 4-
door sedan, excellent condition.
Must sell. Also outomoblle radio.

FOR SAL .S.A. Star Twin motor-
bike, $ '0, good condition, $325
cosh. Phone 2-4219, House 743-B,

assenbneon ,

WANTED:-Motor scooter, good con-
dition. Cosa Central, Colon, Phone

Help Wanted
WANTED:-Fulitime maid. Must live
in. References. Paname 3-0378.

1 Bum To Death

In Tenement Fim

Beun By Cigarete
HAVERHILL, Mass., Dec. 13 -
(UP )-Four persons bur n e d to
death today while trying to put out
a fire that raged out of control in
a four-story tenement building. A
fifth person was critically burned.
Alfred La. Plante 45, his wife
Eva and Marlon Cutlder 44, died-
on a fourth-story wooden poreH
from which they had sought to es-
cape. Fred lclgalupo, 13a w a
found dead in his bedroom where
police said the. fire started from
a carelessly thrown cgaret.
Hospitalized in critical condition
was Joha iauidbk, 72.'
The La Plat er-W M so
Richard" sid he smeled smoke
while ettng breakfast 14.the fam-
fly's fourt floor kitene ad ran
out into the hall and out of the
building to summon help.
'On the way down I heard Mr.
Bacigalupo- ye- out-, threw a
cigaret at the-pail and missed,' "
young La Plante said. He said
Bacigalupo was running with a
pail of water to put the fire out
and Alfred La Plante was coming
down to help him.
Police said the elder La Plante
parntly wep.etast tothe
got out of hs
and Cutler out onto the porch
from which a stairway led to the
By this time, )flames had ete
through from the third floor apart-
ment and the outside stairway
was burning fiercely.
Baelgalupo's body was found I
a kneeling position against his
bed where he apparently stumbled
in sa vain attempt to put out the
smoky blase.

Heavy Rains; Floods

Threaten Properly

LONDON, 1 S(UP)-Men.
e Din O new rn pelted down onU
the rtsh Islee today, pilla
new high water over parts of
England and threatening to In-
crese the property damage
trogn Ireland's worst flood in a
Floods and landslides also
blocked traffic on many Italian
roads and left scores homeless in
The Thames river Valley was
the roet-hw F of Zng-
land withe rst floods since
The river burled acres of the
playing fields of Eton and sur-
rtunded two lodges and poured
over gardens and farmlands on
the royal estate of Windsor Cad-

Water ran ko dep in the
Saof Maiula Wray-
burnDthet and Taplow.
A new flood threat rose al-
matinan oin Ireland. Heavy
as the fall of the
Over MU3U sadnd swelled It a
lach higher. Rast beadquar-
ters at At&hmSeald h U am
ih14t el tl ew ter Irie m1
Sof te oa tdelta-
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DR, WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic.
209 Central Avenue, beside Capito-
lio Theater. Phone 2-3479. Day-
Night service. r

FOR SALE:-Bell & Howell 16-mm.
tools, late model 3 super comat
lenses, Coall from 7 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. 3-1594; after 4 p.m.'36-579.
quer, contains no 'lead pigments.
.Protect your children and pets. Saf-
est point for nurseries, cribs, toys,
cages. etc. Beautiful colors. Ferre-
terlo Internaciono S.A., "Ji St.

FOR SALE: Just received complete
assortment of D rape r y Fixtures,
C r o n e s and accessories. Curtain
Rods in all sizes, etc. Ferreteril In-
ternacional, S.A,. "J" Street.-
FOR SALE: Chritmas Deefations
and Lights for Hemes, Stomes, ClubW
and Oganisties. Christuws Trees
on sale Dec. 14. AMIRICAN SUP-
PLY CO., "JS" eeta No. 14, Phone
FOR SALE:-Man's winter weight Im-
ported tweed suit, size 38. Taildr
mode. Like new. Phone Panama 3-
FOR SALE:-60-cycle "V. M." rec-
ord changer, latest model, with
base. Perfect condition. Call Balboa
FOR SALE:-Tope recorder, 2-speed,
new condition, qsed less than ten
hours. Panama 3-5163.
FOR SALE:-Hot dogs, hamburgers,
sodas and plenty of fun. Finest Fair
of Fifty-five. Curundu, January

Ike, Mamie Take

Communion From

Brainwashed Pastor
- Pr.lfdent and Mrs. Elsenhow-
er attended erves at the Na-
tional Presbytlern Church yes-
terday where a missionary who
had been imprisoned and."brain-
wasld" by the Chilk Com-
11 ua w eiadminl er Oply
commnioAn to them.
The ry, Rev. olf '6.
Hayes, formerly was an assistant
minister of the church where the
first family now are members.
He walked to the door with the
President at the close of the
services while the pastor, Dr.
Edward L. R. Elson, escorted Mrs.
Hayes was held in prison for
about a year by the Chinese Reds
and subjected to "brainwashing"
techniques before he was releas-
In brief remarks before the
advent season communion, Dr.
lson compared present times
W" those of Chist.
"Then as now," he said, "some
men attempted to absolutize or
defy some reality associated
with the state and extract of
other men the allegiance apd
obeisance which should belong
to God alone. I
"Then as now, in some areas
bf the world, mankind was di-
vided into two categories, the
lIrds and the slaves, the rulers
and the ruled the free and the

Central Ave.
so50 SUtreet N.
J. Teo. de Ia Oma Av.. No. 41

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FOSTER'S COTTAGES, e mile post
Santo Clare. Low rates. Phone
Balboa 2-186.

WILLIAMS' Santa Clara each Cot.
toges-rockgos. refrigeration, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboo 3050.
Phillips. Ocesside cottages Senta
Clara.' Be 435. Balbo. Phone
Penama 3-1877. Cristlbel 3.1673.
Gromlich's Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages. Modem convenlences, mod-
erate rptes. Phone Gamboa. 6-441


ATMINioN I. LJust built modem
furnished parents, on, two
bedroom hot, cold water. -Tel&
phone Ponomo 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments,
small with gorge $65, two bed-
rooms $90. Phone 3-1648. Bello
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom aport-
ment in Bell. Vista. Cll. 2-2601,
Panama. '


FOR RENT: -Large furnished room,
married couple. Privilege kitchen,
etc. Privyote entrance. 32nd Street
No. 14.

Tackbs Old Priblem:

Insurance Co. Taxs
A House subcommittee renews
today an old congressional gues-
sing game trying 'to figure out
how much life insurance compa-
nies should pay in taxes,
The problem has been plaguing
Congress. as well as the insurance
companies, for years. There are
Bw many eomllieations that one
Congress after another has passed
it over, hoping that sooner or later
somebody would eome up with a
It's not a question whether the
companies should pay ta es on
the preim money he co0llit.
Most of that is set aside for bene-
fit payments and 4t is generally
agreed it should Dot be taxed.
Tht problem boils' down largely
to finding a formula for taxing
the may the idiiancen. emp
ales earn on investments in home
mertgagem, apartmentt develop-
ment, government bonds, a d
corporation bonds.
The companies dp an annual
grossbusiness of about 15 billion
dollars..But some 11,i00,100,000 of
this is not considered taxable be-
cause it belongs to the policy hold-
ers. The remaining S3,5001,0o 00
is what Uncle Sam is interested in.
For the last few years while
Congress has been casting about
for a permanent formula the
companies have been paying taxes
at a six and one-half per cent rate
of their total income. This yields
about 150 million dollars a year
in revenue.
Many government tax experts
think that is not enough. On the
other hand, the companies think it
is plenty.

Sheriff T9 Arrest Atty. Gen

On Murder Charge In Albama
GALVESTON. Tex., Dec. 13 -- and that under Texas law he
(UP) --An Alabama sheriff was would have to have a certified
believed today to be preparing to copy of the indictment before he
arrest Alanama Atty. Gen. Silas could act against Garrett.
Garrtt here in connection with Murphy was reported to have
the murder of crime fighter Al- requested forwarding of the copy,
bert Patterson, who was n line and was expected to ask a Texas
to aseeed Garrett as Aalabama's Justice of the peace for a warrant
top leg officer for Garrett as soon as it arrives.
Gamtt, already under Indict- Following that, he would have to
meat in an Alabama vote fraud ask Texas Gov. Allen Shivers to
case, was disclosed last week to permit extradition of Garrett to
be undergoing shock treatment in his home state.
the psychopathic clinic of John In Phenix City, which is under
Se ly Hfeltal here. martial rule, Lt. Jack A.
Warrens, acting military sheriff,
Sheriff Lamar Murphy of Rus- said he could aot discuss the in
sell Conty, Ala., arrived here by dietment and added, "All I can
three National Guardn icers. He say is there is a National Guard
refused to say what Itit him airplane out of the state."
to Tam Howevn a e o man Garrett disappeared from Ala-
in the county MIait l Cs office bama several months ago, in the
here s Muarphy had t a midst of the ati-vice crackdown
a u for Garre t t d was ex- in Phenix City that followed Pat-
to ask s %fori a warrant person's murder. The crime-fight-
to test the lag state roffial. er had wm- nomination on a
The amldesw apparian e MI r- plede ,to clean up Phenix City,
itna Galvaeteu within his home tower (#d for years 4
L-h~ of the tiesmment on wide-oe pmlUng and vice cen-
urder charges of two law .ffl- tar catering to ld from near.
dale l Pheni Cty., Al., whreb BeFnin, Ga.
PMtterso was sla2 last June. A spokesman at the John Sealy
C Wt Deputy WAerif Ahert FFuler Clinic ma Saturday that Garrett
aan Cirenit lIltSd Archie Fr- is "a sick Pl," and should not
re V were aretd a Ja Sled as be moved O9 3d days. He said
oam as the indictmeUts were the attaraey gem had been an,
handed up by a blue ribb grad ocees a the eln
,jF. since 11. .
M grande *Jr also retuned a L. L. itlm S., who is ast-
I ctae nt, but it was seal- begas Geetta attorney, saw
a s*etr the nature o*Lt Gewh told uig that he intended
e rfn i samed w f S itrtmir to Albamsa voluntarily
s "ew ItW tow iWas W o0 as U Is released from
i 'tob'i- am d warrant iel .l.
r c m- wit w Pattuerso'sas Alrady Garzrett faces vote
sa l lD ad at ks growing out of their
ib Gadlt esuaty a tt or- IlmomIn W1 h Patteren was.
_IIA.dwo wB SIB a Mt r..i i Mluay hag j

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FOR SALE -Simmos double bed, coil
springs, cotton mattress, Hollywood
style, $50; metal dresser $10; met-
a ol bureau $5; baby high chair $5;
baby bed $15; 3 wicker chairs $5;
three 6-ft. bamboo shades $12; re-
frigerator (perfect working condi-
tioni $20; kitchen table $5. Call
after 6 p.m. Balboa 4382.
FOR SALE:-Portable electric sawing
machine, kitchen tables, child's bed,
cupboards, chairs, lamps. 868 Mor-
gan Avenue. 2-1709.
FOR SALE:-60-cycle refrigerator, 8
cu. ft. with freezer* chest. 5253-B,
Diablo. Phone 2-3315.

FOR SALE:-Two Quartermaster met-
al dressers with mirrors; Argus C-3
camera. Phone Bolboo 2444.
FOR ALE~-Hoiywod bd $0,

FOR SALE.-Hollywood bed $30, 25-
cycle motor $15. Phone 87-8186.

FOR SALE: Two-bedroom cottagt,
farhished andd tondsclped, at Santo
Clara near beach. Balboa 3050.

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Dead, floral

Tomorrow At 3

Peter L. Robertson, s, of Gre-
nada, formsO La Boca resident
and a retired Panama Canal em-
p dye, died yesterday at Santo
Toma Hospital after a lingering
Funeral services will be held
at 3 p.m tomorrow at the St.
John Baptist de la Salle Church
In Rio Abalo. Interment will take
place at 4 in the Jardin de Paz
Surviving are bIs widow, Jose-
phine, and their daughters Iris,
Mrs. Eloilse Arlalne and Vivian
of Panama and Mrs. Miriam Best
and Infant daughter of New
York, and sons-mn-law Doald
Arlalne ud Anel Best of New
York. Also. a siter. Mrs.
rio-ef Colnes a other i' -
tives in Panama, Groeada, and
the U.S.

year-old Susanne Blamehrd, of
Albany, N. Y. was named Lit-
tie Miss U. S. A." in a contest
in New York City. Susanne won
about 47500 worth of prizes In
the contest for young ladiM
,. three to 12 ears of age..

Mirrors and Classes

beautify your home.

Visit or call us and we
shall gladly Inform you
of their vaHious uses.

Fibrica de Espejo

No. N Central Avenue
rtels. 2.2272 and 2.2222
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9M1 anyFof Tokyo's 155,t630 people eonwo atapSSarttbeaisbs
Ao rapid all ver the ity. The wooden saks were built In ANgom the ~mmr
drill nof' e Japamee army.__ _

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Also present was Prince Caro
Pacelli, one of the nephews of -
Pope Plu9 Xit. (NEA Telephoto)
BOOKED ON MURDER CXARGE Arch Fcrrell (left), deposed
Montini, for 20 years the Russell CountySolicit handcuffed to sp6clal investigator C. 6.
Pope's right-hand. man,, in the Pryor, is booked atthenix City, Al., the crimne-ridden city now
Vatican's Secretariat of State under martial law, Ferrell was indicted ler the murder of
and one*of tle leading prospects Attorney-General-elect Albert L. Patterson.
to eventually succeed him as '
Church was consecrated in a
colorful ceremony in St. Peters .
Basilica yesterday morning B y K I
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.. D If Benson Errs, It Won't Be GORILLA AT ..A.E .

d y For Lack Of Expert Advice A Shocking Thriller In Technicolor

SwWAHINGON, Dec. 13 (UP)- sion without reporting he is fol-
e r t asuesd, wa a If Secretary of Agriculture Ezra lowing the guidance of an advise-
ed efr e ag ato ta T. season makes any mistakes it ry committee.
dela in "The Traveling Lady" the isn't for lack of advice. The most important of these
-- -agor the New ork Critics Nearly 60 committees of experts the National Agricultural
HOLLYWOOD-(NEA) EXd- On-thset,4lk about Cugat an n iaiou rave from tide the government up- dv sry Commission, opened a
Lively YoursO Tere'l a western Abbe: h u l her peirml, It maJ wiMth advice on everything three-day session here today to
movie in roy (Ctra e. ) the rst time itn year homemaking research to wind up work on an admnistra- t ,
irs ture, now that e "Heke radar s t the Playwrights' Com. federal price support on farm tion program to aid small farm-
rh's fu ootn al at- UPe rdh *duc v pL play d ,0 Benson has a Cottonseed er.
Sro foota at the ever s ta Ad ryCommittee, a Cott n Like.all the other farm adviso-
It's a woman's world aain y gt the title for Loan Committee, a School Lunch ry groups the commission works
Geo Sh former sollywood. Out at U-%I e' comed 'Wte i and Committee, a broiler g ro up a behind closed doors. a ill
dent O thi rs." a, wd om act of "A Corn Advisory Committee and a year-lo study of small farm
Joh see t ang ale e li er Nil gt' Dream." Peanut Price Support Committee. problems, commission members ip' d o

JaJ .n, ww, Kigsey o f "A ve been in operation for years. ly. If the commission follows the
ein at Kll-.- 5TVA4-Ce W tINGEr iU, lill mer 'a Dream But Benson himself has establish pat it set last year the full
hea b Ua ad Both A t. over tm bott le e to .a e ver the U. ed nearly 30 since taking office, de of its recommendat Ionsd 6 n t, Su
tplkrabout the il,- soom to n C te C ada this fall. enlisting hundreds of farme rs, may never be made public offl- es e tocks, bt yu'veT
cerJackdom t- b of a the free s inessmen, bankers, scientist a i e and nanial
Hfylt tE. a5riook a financial she'a f -p r a ab bett) tI b: pfe h hIis and educators. record reports, hovy ad ak it py."
lia n s -a f r e th e grae a -The importance Bensoa gives er, indicate the group feels state
hetps ohurd by the fact that ho u, lm help some small farmers get offul

Evn Gar ryng to it c to estalsa yoB oas l thai seatl f cmt in e 18 members of she commis- urldn h2 Cen- through the ouper-atructure ofl

secret that Nboh Yurk to as a -iramatic artresi But Kl ter t d to W04 sion, headed by Dean William I ilsy-oofreltse hich oen on a rolr coaster to the accom- ". SJe r
ed ad bewildered about hr. He The o Fe t who play a o Agriculture, serve under p i. Theatre thrll, play of fireworks. .or the t

"Sa"s Del"gh" .openi l ille My n ,fddlewaeigt champ as.ft^ 'ef its prkdc* Y | ,MA s mission, tirst -set up as an r inoer- Go iath" the jungle king of the and Anne Bancroft are starred l Mi *
--- f uroe. He made headlines ted the committee before the E closed t ite. Once he s loosedu n this shocking thriaer

a l amie Van D... n au' the e1 s when he married an Astor t. Ms d gs.TheT BRINKLEY Ark. Dec. 13 (UP) Iower administration took office, there la not only pandemonium the Bella Vista Theatre releases "'""-.
ditiod her catch a g cos helts. a a A young mother was killed in was later establishe formally by on the screen, but a tightening on Thursdy Todayyoucano tek t
tumen Third Gir From the- al ore its t her lee earl today by a bed-an executive orderfrom the o grip on the seat arm, as with a
Evi t" aor rod er Sta lea. .er'imed sa. notes are so- fi eal. rom r whie hV h5- W _ite House. Its Ieotne" .. -nson. Sties At rge, tsu

ecr yel that hrl "..r a th re.te as on ew band a Th Brinkley paid for xpenss w e attend us- .....A.Lr.,".. e o arol u t Stt u, Gena19l Mrtrtr
Danny Slater i-. aUwtched, both ber- bto e ereilod .ro a1 h rh, id mas Muo i s in eamdedts be. Derne follesa t e o re e e a rle t o e aco ll a 0 e

ad a Rain. mler idl whq 1 a egP liuhrt e Mers of the Cornsell haolegeof SHOWINGd AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER a dli-me. 1
fHOLe OODB best barbece9e .m ih eTt e PetyU-s en JnI .h sal o Ii u Agriculture, serve under pAroedls Thetr THEATERS TONIGHT Treworlas. .W l Is i
Hofe- e tete .,as Publt..fscits Gdds aht h r t~?R cnl-aThbeelsede byu the kMier t ap. ar of stars picals m ts of course Cameron Mitchell Lee. o ele I
f oe t Nth m e headlines M OSI hey a oun gsllc e rut seueuaptioed the lmem be y mnntirg t emn 'r Golath the ungle king of the8: a5 d Anne B ar. a:1r 7=1 a

re, "TB e e Main r ofobq despte o 460 xFor' i totelri the ble of ma. Older ariculral ad vior b rJorTs w think are .p ay e
old pros like George bel u th -e' it -thean a. s e WtJohem committee which re thview Agrlen- s title. Once he s loosed, In this shocking thriller wh Invtm No
g en Girson Close-Uph and ogshot:Maea tM re A young mother was killed In comel atrsomal-frmas cly|yolosethePnr eed uatigetec Tun n Th vl TOM on.
samepe e McDona s a careaer11 gh o_ er of two c toldren. Her f grillagp on theLareat Cam, asw oie th e. ce"-;Jc.o m...
tbimr,-t asts.u- mynot .pe r Svr ro : come c "--r .-e tr --. ws her oundeeaeaeee nea r he e H ou ps ell sh. AR ARIT. 6.1i 7:I

eo Gao r, th rY r. Ia_ a .erfimed T no tes t, .Shem eroait rheoa om w e hFerSx srl- ed Houe witi .o r _robl m-t r ... .. i

crttha t Nrw%,tteasma h a b e e h roto si n he adedsons y D eanoWi i a le TS d ay ttB V sta im o s r a a n
Dana Slateck lve lihkat. h "e rbee n re. to daye"r"so.. .. yhonl C ollege.f.P ay-
e Ie ldei ee Sa ndrbFiea.son deter nation has st'ti me ntd o u ro entoot long boarisd. Thely p r e ses e n 1 r
w sa0 sbo,"lhte ou'll ..1'i m bloodr ftiied Se;r -- w dos ing meetings.AUER C P
fnt tohavn arard Troman, s w oua h e mae 'up o dtomofhm e dealer wasounofo Benson'sadvisory AT Grr SOOPERVICE Suattlena0TeverMth
de e thW e g-Pua 'oore- m" ,-Bths elan ,_wn well nea n the bngoroom.,hrho leolr-Codjngkoin "Gerden A ne vBa ,n.Scr RMoCHtu wN
Kailtlt rcton abt m CTi a'd raher dln. e 1.1ia e W ompoer ile Police arrested t hreoe N es ommittees and groups have no f t -i--l. i I nv tmnt |
LLs IWiO best m an r cuer s.e e r aKfe a stl fI t .e th ,R i. Ni... ,. e formal standing and me t b e r Tiso an n .la a-a- e
trne de aer. ctr et eeery csh ce em hasz t od b.q adhl e. in Oh i.lesSA l apartment officials Cn m itr t e d be 1 E r e
.C h e dci to d "A su s a posse r enkl se payments for attendmg oc- I_ f e teIm la" l sed
Curos.,,tel lkest ie, Td.

GeiorgestarItingWara. Merchant of YonkerW, a fop on aouh eh wife's bli on g tr e On the occasion of te in n

SS MBroadwa 5 years acm be bedroom floor laton in ower of the new chief
rt h1 Science"e but n a fan zi'eis nal popu- Ce Ma rhre f vsft e slay of sh??? tism and that they will resume

te moavyi rol Er ww eka1 smoberlO f Gabreqel P.stiisghieuts widteow r malrstaningpadminVb r sT E

Pealdes the tra atkemCalvers Alan Lad ongs ot.te s r rlao dU o hev gra ms, m e et oncel
Theynote Speaker e i cao was found lnr a trere near the ylean The newer g Pnroups estb- MI I ITA 6: 0 c
What wul l dI elS. WIuAwelCy mthmae= rOseo- Fuller home, d officers said la to
m "-Cl irtsGuild'srthe te#moeil i Ome t prelumali, hac been throwneicedto B stm on took iofftcee e 1963

ons, talke ing stations. tese y to write bttdwa't. Trie "Le T. llandot S ie to'rolemay dOandad rhNm.nity ore
ndacrs sheds, R. R.h. MgsL as W determnaton halMs stnti me nIt anel ln lo b Patti former followers of dismissed .

es, s tomastiCaiem s' Mutiny 8Irf to the se ofto newhelar. I. s urCtalho ern'st uspc "tsawone is newd or the conditions dor his accept-
.t' -he strt sle thehaad.ofR t Witehea es t i a ader (and it sure needed anoesr A P01AI I:
geto~inat ca erg would The made Meberup of gts of other) is found on ghtheavyweight Ty now becomes head man of Garr O S

ow to sris. ouss' MOSCOW, a-(d) Coa the its .w t of the champ Archie Moore ...uWal- the 3,000 man army and Gen. f

scistid, B w his Unlytrait career la tars'ays-he ageds a- couple 6f Nguyan Van Hinh (CQ) inspec- of Mrs c Ou
ideas sa TSersT o tll osl a t O, his earlier shows and night well near the back done for us show at tr eeral of the -no-army. en o Cin omocop! R.R O
Katsman's_ predtleion _abou Abbe scribes a'd rather be wife than =ld eompser wil under.....Her" husband told ,lice, RIt oi orAAv.N,14

alhe e more thn a a career girl. B th marriage igas the -a u e Latin Q. Miami Bea. Con- The Preer pointed out that
r rHS icture.eSe catn ac. a someday thn for tlema t thim at s Broadway L Q there waa great and atly
ed the coBTfrom ma h f t Iritcer oai s tet a s funsrambled .t. Hed n y and the naon AAO 6:15 15 LA A :1 0

ro'ss ateeor s aP wY changed sinakc the das whe all af. trees av" e that-old "The army must help our co.- "EASY TO LOV" E LONG WAIT" Box Panam l474
no S .MagR astQ-lod and e t shirt andte o fd "he m w e al l 3 M rllre aYU resting on i e cosch aid tnd dyena mic Prfe particularly eno "...
SA e wAdW t mrat ay mels on trip. Do o dt ho. ust hoa. u ty have the lvad lnrom w hen e la from the N6soomber d .ic.tatorhip of An. *1
hpper ampbe 'cryou ba Dais is w drooeadal Army today thata no repisl "GeVsnh. A "OscUes frts ope ing
wgs." The call went outfor "ne- ht waas a e b centh h diosmsed Chief of Saff
San'Wide eyed talk,,aon TV Alleey m en, older otRes p 'fiede"., he d~: G oen. Nguyen Van Hlnh Inan
C. Plpri5nE5J ut4hS! eS Strk nt Wilder' A s ptthat e ald W e awade n obvious bid for national uth I :
ath Pr st aof Yonkers," m flop on oud hie's oly. t On the o of the n OMORROW-Tuesday Deember 14th-4: p
Bow0"stories.Producer S tartirlda G ATE 15 years ato, ma .be beuo m floor tlatlon in d ower of the new chief -

.tis-, o brr t a s N rt hao we e eh a n disg ised from. wil- -der .. tDeem issur an d av ordeI r of the daty 1'

.'pIue. ,h e canMeup.l plia2$Bgllaied COMPLETEd DINNER MENU
tsomuigy, u ig ti ,me."e i r s. _,e written the s rettled miller ...Nancy Wickwire opened MONTiOMERY. Ala. Dec. 13I A A '

n aI is eo in a rat he rthe Cherry Lane (fr (UP) tov. G01rT1"o PersIonf: A LA CARTE MENU15
Iangers or r gtrod, mandicalserhasc.o AoeehitnifrhhI am re ad "Ay tod uO forgive ll r=o
a eT hen re 'afiyre y Ihan g a ed c ighe l aysuwen wf (w ondeutinu from PaT e 2 those who were led astray Inee.,-
nt h o al"...Abxe-ohfficerrecI believe In their patrno-..

GibtHr tce";t but h awa fan G w annuall pe.- o il n De fS .tt a tl wh n the KOPPER KART (omethm new)
stere aretmany .oeer t-~yslnrctar d slwic r wa oee tPe Ga litel Pascal's Chit wdow th e right path within the Viet-
= 4Nn ter'siw" hw sclSik I Sto friel-md (to whom he beqrntd am army and the Vsietnamee,
besides the talns themselves. Alan Ld.l writ~e anoTher pclay wenr ina .d-tIteve-as--s has an offer "tq Claisen. Twho auss ed offlcel
. delingstailkoteste.people."
Therl are model .er sf, aTh 0yand thew wob Vr yeaviu ha meu eorht edaoifnal
ta.eiloi f u/'tyfte but#dlon'L ha hislwif'sTrn t"Or n dthers ofI m itmissed

sndcars. sheds, .goroigs, iB two and a half weear o sat never sfg in pubi .. ratti Hformernfowers oft dnew h
agnals, warterwrwtstn k rrr d wrth e a f"i r t, Peito mn. Nguyen Van id: as o
toeber cn est oper atin g....1 the hands 'of Roert White Teatd, eat baidI.ader (and it sure needed nowbecomesthe
seeIrorfr rihtfers, msor A g whe reduced The Member o f another) is Llghtheavywei ht T now reaorgiveall
caesle bridges, 1i et MOSCOW, d..-U) --en- etohr -n i "n..gHlahilh-Rt of the champ Archie Moore. 2) Wth the w00,000 man army and Ge.
roa dde diners, ,,ist fgoIy wbted his Ublsvtrsitcoino-
-w!ndrulois-vat -a.. WS Lat Q. Miami Beach. Con- .Thle Premlier pointed out that
dd~lbert Raul of Science";- but Bh.M a fanannuali thea him at his BrOadway L.hQ. there was a great and vastly ilm-
(gthenies .anotCerathdr )ed laus i1abieartcoor""110 MemefGerriel .. P asI colan e sie In Vegas portant task before the aVrny
indro'nde tiheponerwfrhnition larba rt rthenPlaysf unctrambled toafHiend afn armyeathth.Vd iThe nayto el m
b e t nOea d hb 'Io ... patriots to rebuild a peaceful
is, ter owers. seo shirt ad d e a -... ties: "Where you come to gignler those G oen eg recently delivered
nenatai AdMt. metallsda on trip.on m D-,abbe, gobble and gil"... When from the somber declatorshnp of Announces__t
aWea pubic"wihoutapcoaAms Fsces rlaa rr red ue L- he Vetmanh.",,noucendsGen.
-rm MO Strike signiiofl that arc he had?' peratve and In which the eo-
Pknw ND-- pIe are ner to fatce with the Turmy.
Aeoits ere'egm"t Intimates allege Judy Holiday's mortal peQ.f Communism. a- TOMORROW Tuend-TDecem
.f,... amily name ontiff, which tonal solidarity Is more necea -
ofA'1'EMAL"d-I translated means Holiday ... Ab-
(UP t r nc anahr SClier's song_ "Not As A ory rtvaiver." tnecesmy
faced.. ts first ,, It adngler d fo-st. pi sg Wtheh
oeteteins-ftherei Adduscraml.d.edyndeatio er EVERY DISH A MASTERPIECE,

trolled -overtment of Jaooeo John M--"ci commentloo in the o "tA GUEdTPAT aOUROWN PARTY
" datieArbenz rx months alo. .. Journal American: "Mau- nmi ficula Buti

a government ecretinan means the role was that of a wile-I
In~_ a .communlclm__tO. ina play at the Cerry Lane fart (ose -- Coy. Gordon Persond LA CARTE MENU

A Diamond For a Worthless Place attb* tlyThursda mornlg, SpBCi rive i MVW S c
TI of Glass." l r Y Vrnoa
/ "'-r r Fr,,g h o ': r "Victor enitr l-p stonal payslsta saido'
Ss atoremi' a s ew Mature up in Persons woWdl not be able to at-
.-.. < as, wearing nOw suits, shirts, tend the lator wl game with m SKYCHEF CATER
|.AThATR and even socks every night. Aubmasn aM t De 31
-.oneof his Hollywood friends rec- or 'that Persons'
Sbs ln hi wardroe ." r ery indicated that Call* J. a. 9 BS TK19
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Spices Your Lady's Yule


bt Gifts to place under her Christmas tree include pure linen hand- carrying ease. Long rope of fake Jewels (upper center) Is knotted
"< kerchiefs (upper left) rolled Into rosebuds and mounted on fake at the throat, worn with tweeds. Pale pink shorty glove (upper
s'-*mi. They can be worn on the lapel. Luxury gifts in alligator right) is in tissue-thin leather, has pearl trim. Turquoise velvet ;
ON (center left I include fitted bag plus lighter, wallet, pocket secre- stole (lower center) for holiday parties has taffeta lining and deep i
V terry, nall fle and comb. Gleaming carry-all (lower lett) that's edging of fringe. Compact and lipstick (lower right) are made i
.co -nletely fitted is wreathed in pastel stones, comes black for each other, are in cotton velvet embroidered in gold bullion. '
e BY GAILE DUGAS ask her what to buy. Reading you're in velvet, take a look at1 Ropes and ropes of plain tex-
4t NEA Women's Editor 'few timely shopping tips in ad- the compact and lipstick s e t s turned gold or sparkling stones
I vance would give them real poisq made of velvet and embroidered are WKjust what the girl in you
The woman who is handed a'and self-confidence as they diVe in heavy gold bullion. Pretty- life will be wearing this year,
,%t.k ccat every single Christmai through a revolving door a nd Gloves come in bewitching col- Bibs and tassels and chokers are
,n wearieso f opening boxes, plunge into Christmiras chaos. ors and leathers this year. Pale good bets, too, and if you're.
Si-e element of surp';se thit's In a matter of handkerchiefs, pink, blue and white for dressy giving her bracelets, make it not;
., in order to klip her for instance, don't just buy a )ecasions, these in tissue thin one but a .whole armful. Choker!
py,, rirt up a Uitle. A boL box. Rather, buy linen'-handker.: leather and often with frosty necklaces are high fashion this!
,lof =liBi here some cos :chefj that, bh.e ,beeq, Tgled into pearl trim. In hot colors, too; year, too, and are worn with the
wh A .etei,n .. Illlt tt astems.'ar oorange.
apt mn J''the'ell stems. first, df Still with. leather Ig4 s, there You can't, then, give her too
en ylly go Christmai n'l "- .Ia l nd tuck 6M'irinto are real possibilities in. a ILtud many fake jewels. Yna ca.. even.
Ik state ot complete cenI-i.- "AV a.ig'eraidbag,. Expefts!if, of dieltde some large 'button ear-
'si clutch wildly at the I A Is of turquoise ve I ve et course, but good 'for years and rings or showers of glitt e ring
% (any wo m a ft wo n't go amiss, especially if worth the investment both in la- stones (designed for the e ar )
k. a F, utter stranger it ifned in taffeta and edged dylikelooks and wearing qiali- and earn -a really warm "Thank
eone w 's as a bat ,w th deep fringe. And' -,hile ties. Iyou" on Christmas morning.

SAi 7 me ican Woman f 2oday A

y)/M f y 5o Baciwoods Jo1 Av ased f ToZfi p Q/ull
0 -0
y CHARLES K. PENTECOST dia, Pakistan, Guam, Alaska, Pa- By SHELDON GARBER a "one man show" at the 1954
nama and the Philippines. Women's International Exhibition
DUISVLILE, Ky. -(UP)- IfI The descendant of an old Kep- CHICAGO -(UP)- Trouble with in New York, where 38 of her quilt.
had seen tiny. frail-looking tucky family, Mrs. Breckinridge American women is, they don't ing "paintings" were displayed.
S-Mary Scott Breckinridge on a gave up the life of comfort and quilt these days. Mrs. Stenge's husband, a retired
ngtcn streetrercently you ease to serve her beloved hill peo- "They're too restless." said Mrs. attorney, didn't pay much atten-
have thought, "There's an- ple. Bertha Stenge, America's quilting tion to his wife's hobby until she
'sweet. motherly soul out Her grandfater, John C. Bruk. queen. "They're lacking something, copped first place at the New York
Sfor her grandchildren." inridge, vice, resident They chase from store to store. If world's fair exhibition.
S3ear-old Mrs. Breckin- before tWI W Ide some one gets sck, they raise a "We al went to New York and
bad more important things feated by e fuss and run out for nurses. They rod In a& car they used for visit.
er mind. The Windover, Ky., dency in 1i have no patience, for they never ing royalty," she recalled.
.was en route to the Ameri- Mrs. Breekbiidge by- h a ls learned it never practiced it. "From that time on," she said,
gion.. Auxilary. convention thinks of herself as a ministering But Mrs. Stenge, a 63-year-old "my husband became my best
vs the group's distngushed angel. grandmother who hastaken all the press agent."
wnerd for 194. "I have not' gone in there to top prizes for quilting in the United
c only one of peer awards help a blooming soul," she sal. States and Canada and has had
aid of the FromU T g "'We and they are co-operating her works displayed at museums,
s6 ~ rei l. fnw tXIna #e gone in response to an obvious believes the art of quilting is here
quaalizedb ..the.peoplethesp to stay, even if there aren't as
..Aomenhee Houses 'U e Ark'
clubs chorsehr selvel who a s to c-oper, many women wielding the needle Ark
.yesr ..- t," -* now as in the ood. olddays.
M ltuca. .. -' "As long as there are-poor folks
s tuci 7 W V i7 k and economical housewives." she MONEEN, Ireland (UP) -
honoar l ar said, "there will b equilting." Many a town can boast a fine
e co sand Mrs. Stenge said that quilting church, but this village in County
tes hase collegesme awarded knowledgeis one of those hidden Clare has a "church" within a
French Government for her I skills that help a family in the church.
tFreshsa Government for her tGiveosnh e o the hci alvisitor, the inner
S Wor~d War ; and a event of an emergency, such as a To the caua visitor, the inner
of honorary certificates. Te iL P devastating bombing attack. "church" is just a rougn wooden
has bought all this a The "R avs ad tatters may be all box It fee't'long, nine feet wide,
at aTbo small, unassuming wIom- that are available," Mrs. Stenge and eight feet-.hgh, with windows
who weigh h less than 100 said. "The woman who can quilt on either fie.of a door. But to the
wdh? w's th ul a thon 100 DOVER, Del.-(UP)- The whip- will find she has a very practical local people who know the history
0 ? It's the culmination of a it is ory
and a pledem paig post one of the few hold- resource." of th 102-year-old curio, it is the
Seovers of colonial forms of punish- "Little Ark," a symbol of faith that
be dream was that mothers liU meant still remaining in this coun- The se nde r, gentle woman triumphed over obstacles.
ti the backward areas need try may be on its way out ia shakes her head, however, when The "Little Ark" was first used
needlessly in chid trth Delaware. discussing her own three daugh- for mass in 1852 after a landlord
e superstitious ministra A proposal to abolish the whip- trs, Two are marred and one s had refused Father Michael Mee-
S"granny women"; that ping post, still a legal form of pun- making a career as a dietician han, the then parish priest of Kil
in the inaccessible moun- ishment in the state, probably will Two of them made on quilt baha. a site for erection of a prop-
as of Kentucky should have come up at the opening term of and one tried two qults i n er er church. Father Mtehan used
to medical care. the state legislature. The Demo- teens, she said. ut none of. farmers' houses to celebrate mass.
work began after the death cratic Party, which included abo- them quils now. It just didn't But the farmers were warned that
four-year-old son, "Breik- lition of the cat-o'-niue-tails pun- ke, I .gess. they would be evicted if they al-
than a quarter o cen- ishment in their victorious cam- Mrs tenge said she began her lowed'the priest to continue. An
other died paig at the last election, e hobby by entering a newspaper abandoned house-was converted in-.
tter b ".'n enough votes to push it contest. Fiends her the StPatrick's Church. but the
e pd e Howevej, the anti-winWank needle craft. landlord took eviction proceedings,
a eveydtay" ot has been included ".-.4a th: A native of San Francisco, she and the house was torn down.
San o' publican attended the University of Califor-
va ia at Berkeley a showed talent Beade Worship
-..- e--nt y-, "e .. te in' working with colors and design.
untly fl lb',.e.~'Amit.lo.eo0 ib oA the r schoolmshe went to work de- t wasthenthaFather aMeeha
outy, ISO = aa penalty o 'i-eiblature. took to saing mass on a make.-
Featern T bak it e a e fup r vote which required the same skill shift altar by the roadside but he
ebml-us, hut ws de- mosaic that her quilting does. al th ed side butmhe
.liNSnow earrbtwade Her exquisiteMcl s. wad threatened with summons
Childbirth death rates In feated each time. frequently by a Her exq ite col ens for "obstruction."
narrow margin.. Most o,.the oppo- bold and dramatic patterns won So the kindly people of the near-
reckinridge and her help- sition to the whippidg post came first prizes in world fairs at Chi. by ge of Carrigaholt got their
wn as "Angels on Horse- from influences outside the state N Y. nd anFran o carpeter Owe Collins, to d
cgEYan a a ic r Vilage AofrCa iah gso teir
the vast area-much which branded the punishment and at Canadian Naonal Exposi- the "Little Ark" which asar
|AiM having only dry creek- humane.' tions. n ed. down to the seashore and
Sroads-,on horseback and, 't Ofeses She has captured numerous hon. erected in a "no-man'sland" be-
W.o'rld War 1I, by Jeep. In Delaware, however, many ors at state fairs another quilt- twee the high. hd low water-
ft~asdg'P founded Hy- raidenst believe the whipping pont tes tentin' marks on ta qtrand. It"was at this
t aE Iws _. ,_ t dk._ fr Ws gon, has asked her to illseaside^" m thatFatherMtt
-It'hasstro be.'Tu. ob#M.. or exaivle w-ihn LUUUe U t I U 583fn 111855, DIp

to them the "Palm Leaf" quilt
which won first prize at the Neyr
York World Fair in 1940 she saidW-
Her most recent exhibition was
ita yard. TM ,ard-i, -ld to t
p dhthe wen a
* dpa fplar.
The primer ls stripped to the
waist ad manacled to the post for
the whipping. The warden is di-I
reacted to "lay than -n well" tbt to
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.an -.t.

MOGERSDORF, Austria (UP) here l tha.
-A few hundred yards from this body a inst tie
village there's a bed in the road Ths
where Communist unary touch- tria Is out' off
es Austria. You can walk up to tht Austrian
Iron Curtain and actually touch it. matie pter
It's peaceful looking farm coun- newsmen who -ai
try, and as you approach the Cur- passes signed bI
tain it looks at first like .an ordi-. Armed with ucl
nary barbed wire farm Lfence. Then approach i f lac
y-u see the black-and-white signs: Austrian gendam
"Achtung, Drahtverhau, Vermint" take no picture; i
-meaning "Btware, Barbed Wire, Here [a what t1
Mined." lIooks
The signs mean what they say. ble 4mzB.-,UI
An Austrian woman and her two five feet
children were blown to pieces near en pej .. isi,
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Complete Prize-winning Nmbers in th Ordinary DOIng N or. 8, SuiMeday
The whole ticket M 44 pieces, divided it two aeue-"A" A "B" t 3n pmee eeC

First Prize 7373 $ 44000. 00

Second Prize 6193 $ 13, 200o0
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Third Prizi 7549 $


Pris No. PriNsm
1 5
132.-0 1073 132.60
132.00 1173 132.M0
13.00 1273 1322
2,23.00 1373 2.,230.
132.0 1473 132.06
132.00 1573 132.00
132.31 1673 132-
132.00 1773 132.00
12.N 1T73 S 132.00
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7364 440.0 | 73W 440.00 73|T 43.0 1 7370 44.a 737 44u.M 1 3T le 13700 4 | 9 381 .1
7365 448.0 I ,77 440.00 I 7369 0.9 I 7371 49.M I 737 44M. I 7 471 .M E I 771 44.M U 44.LN,3 8I \S

Approximations Derived From -Second Prize

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6184 11. i 188 110. 8 IU *11-.. C1M I 19-42 1"0.M B0 I 6 i.M 61"1 1-12.0 1 I O 11S. l I,.
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7541 85.00 7543 85.o7545 N I51547 5M. 5 8 M 8 3101.M 7L52 118.0 74 U.M4 Is .' 155 1
Prize-winnlng Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: First and Third in Panama; Second in Colon.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets@ eidu.r M3 and n.t included In the above list win Forty-Four Dollars (44.N) *a h.
The whole ticket ha 4 pieces which comprises the two series "A habd "OB

Signed by ALBEItO ALEMAOovernor of the Province of Panama

Angel Gar% ., No. 4I-IG712 Notary Pubc. Panams sger

Meet the:

Taste Trio!

Here are. three of the world's
greatest tobaccos that, when beautifully
blended, make truly a smoking treat.
7 That's right, blended. For, like
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Turkish tobacco, for instance, supple. .
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Virginia, with its golden tobacco leave
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Friday, at the Mergarita Gymna- $ 7or every use, most waim en park, Calif.
su at 6:30 p.. ref e or eves a r, Mrs. Mn a' test In th a
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tide of the COanal Zo whaar n *i Am -n.omve e ha e in tel
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Christmas we de. d d t ble. In some leealttes, this IS
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wratkig a bea iece of iannel and carry the littlece where the
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Nat Fleischer, editor of the lightweight died, apparently of iSt oWS n S Brooklyn A l
$tn g wtgaine, said tonight his a cerebral hemorrhage, In Ka- Olm J t
-,inZ dmlpeted" records for 1954 math Falls, Ore., when he was Ithae 89, Army 76 ',*,
tr osed only five fatalities in knocked out by Teddy Hall of Penn toe 91, Carn75 ..
a5steur and professional boxing Vancouver, B.C., In the lain omblHa 66, C ONY aA
throughout the world. round. I a2el 60, Harvard
Princeton 92 Rutgers io70
The five fataUltis Included Sanders, a Negro, died-at 4:30 St. Francis Brooklyn 71, t it .'
fes*$rweight Ralbph Weiser. p.m. about 14 hours after emer- dened 63
.ahodled Saturday at Klamath enc brain surgery to remove a Lafayette 88, Delaware 62 The Stud Montellmar ed
Falls, Ore., and heavyweight Ed-Iblood clot. His wife Mary was at Seton Hall 84, Wheaton 65 gray colt Atya made D x -11*t"S.0
d SeSanders, who died yesterday the bedside. Sanders never re -Temple 59, Navy 55 straight Victoriesa yeSoy when -Wild00
j ri Boston. gained consciousness after reel- he held on to bat_.1 nose out 3-Pfipel,' $2 ...
I backwards under a rain of fast caloing Mis to in theD
Flelacher said Welser and San- blows taht ended the one-sided Stel Bowl Tourney PFitts, Pa. featured $1,000 4ah furlong W
ders were the ft professional battle. Geo. Wash. 71,Duquene 64 sprintforas m-
to die of ring injuries In the championship ported.thoroughbrob at the I-Don
United States this year. Another The 1952 Olympic champion Pittsburgh 71, Fordham 65, con. JuanoFkran race to k clu-
..professional fatality occurred in was knocked out at 25 seconds of eolationv. Jockey Ar1d Vasq Mues got m
.ngland. Flischer reported two the 10th round in the scheduled N.C. State 6, Eastern Ky. b the three-year-old n of Ton-
St-ranur deaths, "One In the 12-round New England heavy- Florida 78, StetsOn 70 to-Peony off flyig. and he et 1-X-P ( M, r.4
Utd States and one in e for- weight title boht Saturdqy night ooye Wster n L KPent.7 an eas ace wisth tl5 untgaI te
,.ce.7 9, LW 72 goyn gip BnSton pGadun the-i -.lts ,Ned
ig country.ed man, Sanlders M rr s- Georgia 95, Mercer 75 last quarter when .Mirzatoatsa .
liswn nre e the man, Sanders adper s- state 7, Horward 5 camhe from'the bak tower aw al!- S tgg
This year's five fatalities is a sion to box profesl onally and Mi s. State ,Howard n 5 came Od -
sharp drop from the all-time was believed to be the only sail- Murray, Ky. 104, Middle Tenn 80 most alone side when 5
sail. o eheuelef an- TCobra. 82, TamLpu a whende rwen. '
record of 21, registered last year. or so privileged,. owi am &ThMr 78, a. a ta respond eld on b-n2--VBearlao 0
Fleischer said. William & Mary 79, No. t0ro, 7 put to a drive anda rodon stab- -Vulech o M
" "7' drop probably resulted James. weighing 208% had E 78, Virginia Tech 71 bornly in the driltp the re S omi M
Sat, d better physical xamina- bene hit Sanders ac will East. Caro.W 8, Lenolr-Rhyne 86 despite losing grOtund steadUy, Perima.Cle W.
aut of boes, bette rn through the frh an dotor Bridgewater 102, Rich. Pro. 70 Mi ts toats was gaining fast at (Chan rie-ien I1
Sa boxers better ring throusd the flHw tmd doctors Atlantic Christian 98, Cata'ba 63 the finish butoinoval. Atys Cuntu s)
" ,ipment, enforcement of theIsaid a te blow that caused the A|OS al nBh t lr h s h r
count for knockdown, and "subdural hemorrhage" might Southeaster La. 85, Pensacola managed to stick Is nose over
S nased use of the three-have been landed long before NAB 6eden the finish uine first. w _. n 0
knockdwns, and increased use the o10th round knockout. Austin 7 Northwt La. 4 anden wond up a their 1-34pletel 2.20
et,,-.e three-knockdown tule .SBelmont 76, Birm. Southern 71soLtr and the others were pletely 2-W- so 4340 .. .

APS 84 fthree-knockdowninuleGoldenn
Anpen aberJe aBt75,r Sh en7 1outrunRelampago second 2-Los S
S' Lwc uprteents a boxer from James, a Boston Negro, hit Georgeto'n, Ky. 7, Belarmine 94 choice in the betting, got going
S bout afte he s Sanders with aa routine left- Miss. Coll. 91, Louaa Cnaoll. 5 when the race w over. MerryN
fmes In one right-left combination to the Alabama State 103, uegee Maon quit badly
on." head in the 10th. The'blows did Tax Southern 78, Ala. u 644 6 Mrint. 2-Bedu-etlo At3 s8.0
I ,not seem to carry knockout force Wake Forest 100,"VIrgini 90 Atys returned M.0,'.straIght 3-Nobbl ?kpt,
J-,,oders was thp second boxer but sanders reeled backwards West Virginia 96, Wa;&thLee ae despite having overVI3 0 bet on Qua:(V ttoIula-3
l'.4wn days to die after taking and fell. He rolled over painfully Tenn.t 7, VMI46 him in the wlin cplmif' dulnoe)-4A "-
S *,.:J .. Wolser, a 8-year-old on his left. arm. Fla.A&M 951,a. Normal 48 Another 'thriller wag the dixth ..,
NO. Co. a8 36, 8 race in which Pails 141 and A
pSt. Aurustine 01, Rllsabeth CNhrming.Prince ft*M wlre -at 1-Atyas".
th -,ie s tme for a lsdheat. 2-M Air oat;
Maryville 87, M" "Tyson The moonshooteMl had their 3-L-exdon p .00:
___________________________________ AM 84 fair 'share of winutr4. Golden
Belmont Abbey 105, Wofford 0 'win odds with a M.1lpayoff in isuoualfW
Mary'7t9e1State- 71,Winston Ipe send race. Thq flrst double
-aleimaes combination forza~ b i .Dslh. Imam Ulidlnrn
nium-Golden (41 0 367.201 m 1if a

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n Aele 6 5 1 over tough B Hawklns, 1M
soOrsnfty 4 e8 wh0 neferem Brvlo Tull Lapy
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ACE Chcasgo Bears 28, Detroit 34 t, e-
22.20, 6.80 Wash. S71 Chagco CardsB V D 'an k In Prrows, 2 I
ClleiandM, 42, Pittsburg hnO c. Ws7ou 14t01
et Windsor- PhiladelphUi l, New, y. Into senselH i with atw-
Los' Angte 5, Green yr. fe right to the Jaw after be-
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l.-season and t cang a- Juan U lyaPUAeed. out .W.'
planning on Jw Pitabur and Beloaih a unanm uon er San .
iA whirL ep out a class Blas Indian a .- ,4.
sich as Bud qhOa eonloolErs. He Mendes put ua a g battle but -
Saye that, to, laa the makings of aWOR -was not quitgo enough.
Vrs rub their pmwent over Conerip. M -.
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tifarm boy e w re,, '."
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and them a humiliating' kebal in the midwest is -lie, w the remainder of lat yearn'
Se year.'aft fea, when you go rtes. We feel we'e thin on
hough .. Yankees opponent or t bench and a sprained ankle

p, to Bow the ers an due. The Bolerpakrs, ,baged -----
;4flnie sl lrovemttt figu tt.. a down thb'lhert Of these wide-open thiNs
th his t they W Wt. But tat- intte, how. I tt you think .ia. the
ea double ate season we ig Over a football eo..- ed out by a coaoh it back and
al r ,- mar alundy is a -7 hak of mut- e for yourself.
T e Tanee, under the mae- ole, speedT and the reflexes of a
te l guidance of Al Kubek to d. .. isewhere around the andwest
SIt appears that the oppo- team with Ludy-If ha It what Horal, they have an All-Ameri-
ltio was contest to get in he could bt-yoi .ome top the oa center. Jack gallee is also a-
.utape playing actual games. conclusion they would jump up round. You get an idea of how
,Ate I" l---,-- and wreck the whole league, strong the lyers are when you
'aec who took heart In the day's Maybe it won't happen-but note that Horan figures to be a
-un, m Oybe it will. Pat-history out oomrn man. That's because ,11l
And so ended the PWGA active. hee is dotted with teams dolng Billy Uhl will be the baucktman.
t for M Cincinnati is anot er tougae.
oise o Ues; the 19 presl- a-- q Twman andd DBllt Larl
d fi s win pan the Sob when u attempt to rate mert e back and they. emnbak
itAppears.that thewhler the miLdwe these things m iast l a ruiged si edule-as doM
1. 0 w content togot inhbe be kept rigol b n front. hs Dacten-withe tha -materials a,
Ihn dealing d with usuL f iope with tt n.aation's belt. ..

saked to act as scorers for the ley raik have -graduated. a 6, 64, are ,around and the
taufement1 wbieh th women a Branch MCeOacken e0pets no liR i the sugar Bowl tourney
et happy to do. easy time of it, and with bof year, never are easy in any-
T Open will Jan. 13, 1 cause. thng.
aid 16. Because te Open falls That's because Iowa to strong -
on the third Baturday of Januay again. The ntukeye beat 'I- ra adley we t all the way to
it was voted to not caacel thea diana last eon g and with Carl oniA finals last year and, al-
r ular January tournament but Cain, Dec t Bill ibhof, to losing a lot, still has
tobold it on January 2, the place Milt cft tod,,, eaBill Seabug Johin Ket and Dick Peterson.]
to be announced after the year'e and o0-06 B ,i atl e6aL .lcka, nDePaul of. Ch cago could uoe

plans are made. Must be rak' rough. .a

lght-t, but W plenty of spee"

and outside shooting from Jim
Lamkin and-$rank Blumn.
Marquette jures to ide up
on an impmn H-9 Terry Rand.
Miami o-o 'hbp a lot of new
eIh to go t ick Witch
an Tom Bryant an they could
be tough.

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Some e .before, in D
Michigan f all ame. I had.
Wish iEan, tat t. Cobb was tn
and tat t p, OQeorge ai
Cobb wa'setlu ae of $ afoat
,d the fact thot e wa a n

tone.m he,
it waSU at the afore n d
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delln. w"a ,emT tea in hibs
joined by a mutual friend, Harry
right-handed slugger.


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After maybe an hour. Hellmann pulled out. ltter
"This Is what all the rumors are au." Th. _
Dutch Leona, MVp used to pitch for
his fellow Caornln that he had turned twoletters ovet
Johnson, president of the AL which Impllcqted Cobb a
Wood, a Cleveland outfielder, by then retired ti a curlte
ting tran action. F Ou -

The Cobb letter was ambiguous, but Wood's was ppet
the inference was strong that the Tigers couldn't have
wnning the gaie, a game they needed, b thq way, to
the third-place World Series cut. The lebters were w'it
1010. Leonard had bept theMn all that time. A report tRUE
son paid him 20,000 was never confirmed.
Whn Hemann got the letter from LeonaMd, he
1V showed it to Frank Navin, his boas. Navin, of course
previously been filled in, first by Johnson, later by Judge I
the new commissIoner. It was from Navin that Hellmann'
ed Speaker had also.been requested to reslgp.
Well, here I was with a shocking story at a time whew
was so little action, the ainig of a bullpen catcher wva
line stuff and I couldn't use. it. Before leaving the rooM
mann imposed the most unhappy condition a reporter et
to work -under:
'Ja lf $bcrecord."
W.l pj'. ; .tory finally bemeimugl reco
pressed -m; .ion.disance, Hedlmann declined to"i
to describe thb detaiW of our meeting In E1a12' rooqm .L
Congreaa Hotel .
My inem qy being what it Is, I Man1t Ia s for dure I
may well .e the first time- I ever made, rtez!aoe to'
maim Incident. Also, I was to learn later t .aseteal
portqrs 4ad the story but were similarly hantddet ed. i
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its annual trophy for the ou -
standing- player in Ohio Stpte's
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hP would 'ndt peLt the men tooret 0o
Incident Leonard died a .ear 0o .soa
of more than'two million, of which anu.6,
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'. D'S STg Y This ls what ehappeped the uly 4 dawn when Marilyn Sheppard wM ra .o sm
ed, according to Dr. Sam Sheppard s own testimony at his Cleveland murder trial. ably t. est k d r a
i s, starting at top center and going clock wise, illustrate high-lights "of his testimony. r t l t oe d ul a m
F. w0 b i* *do*r tryt.- e!C G.

iiChthe 'C6 engne o-pro Uton
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* eees .en D egreeC ry sr. hSheppeard ardingr whatiat e

Vf-a..D, 0., Dec. 1 (UP) there wl be a rebuttd," said shia-r'm not sure, Dt Sheppard r ee no pt o .w o e. "
officers went to testify at Thomas J. P rrino, of the prose- repled. Pord and Cheyv elaims, bar(U oat11
duel Ni~b rges of using "That depends, as in any case, days "or as tong as' ucessary' power race I-le 3la to end but broken 2ra Oljul such A B reiy.senlu to'
4YB methods questioan- qn wtat we get in cros-examina- for the crosseca nat ai, we aren't stop g. nowsod have n f a aa
5hu(the state tIitcated to- tion." particular em hase be. put tremendous research gol, g n to ?dr har Wm white w e doiretl .
', 'any deo to D oveS may Sheppard testified today that a ross-exam ll b.t eve more u peoe e ct
white T-sdhirt found snag ed e a ig lohst etim essY UarM A. Chayns, a p" ,t- t-
,.M tet flIn his piece of Wire on a pieot r his ih ayes o. c. n et pre s d a t i' n hrge 'of e a no-- ada 4a.
*last so* said d property "cerataidl aoo be his. t t lesr the elaleerlng stiaoff ator G al of Americans be "na-t afn the
ad mnrepeutabl a n- The testimony was a defense at- ,yn e t f e mno o d wide ao color. Ji the :
n to con- temtto clear the story of Bothaide o e He inst that ncreasedthorse- a" a association
Lt5althtwife to the lu-lost Ts t Dr. Sheamrd the trial co o to the jury by power pives more fuel oomy s r .
st-, l 'i was wearlnu od the night of i the end of the u but neither and that 's needed to powfr the dbelele that the ,r;le Qt

unmto c easiCn and Dr. Sheppard's Lake are Beach proceedings, Ford egineers insist tha bt a it .mr ci
'Ia look at was br t o ,,hand latro. _,- povides greatpr safety by gifa Elu 2nS CEy w JZJ aS Kdl '-+.
oe n thee tesi the d i sin emegncaies m the road pl ei" 'inhabit tUse Er" t
w .J ffoeslayng trial, sald it never had U w d endetoa o, a stied. ;at say E 05
been iown to hi, that he A 3iape-tahoeI report that so a

4 sat p 9Ut fenue Attornaey flamm J. Cord- increases the' accident rate. dorgabl hat uud o IL for
t zeadltga cdmD' "srag a ould b TROME, Dec. 19 UP) Italy's er engineers claim iat a d d .n dtre rets, Inot i

hl i* a ora of. tI ndtthaeadWta-tom- he unist rea botalcat .
.sntP? i or o Cthaaq communie ea ts haven ke t a ta'ht flthe 'ie- a'LT k dWe. .3- .

ba swenro'P;Tuho er IapioJiously silent so pfar leavi em olo ahi y" t WaN hS" '' d aUt 4 .W W
itatavs ] wouldruum mostfh kgpart in thls power m this year iht oale tho ,."
t_.mlm~ia.w wles.r I WA.Dp. (Ute -.Com- The antocmmunlst gove drn.1get- OUin they h pI
a in- up moderhe rd gone eaot f tp l aorsh ing ge v mg
e' knowermnat Cs loakla' parita- ment of -pteierjro Scelba perectingca JRa nladyw amniS,," " m aant onvetd at prage- today h rep eawdl a et Italy te models ae them ot cr attend ul o i

but bokeV la r 7Na'e ruhnAaDb dath III
nounWed ias"ght. TPrae we client as ck powhie. h did her"ve just t a
.hm.InAdSlar euipnfte maitrt h laggard per, New features af upo e t
a.. -. w nation ofthe new a-mutam-nti rmase w meth mo enoItalythe 'm ,odusarehoaa,.

m-a ea j lec a Dr. .er estien tdaytt a t ra tiy m C1 oJ th -ongr.o a ta
hie -hem r parladmente dIthe govoria -t-'sJtentative, agek Wedrtne srayfttU.
h he e onyf prama s final ra,-teon ob the Ouig o U2ate, former Prestblhdeo ee np I-
Mytvestotte as fn l presideAnt nt.-TMgon
w semdopt Four vs ptiden oods for no fe in thFebru- of Coste it i Rl and well-knows

tlIand Observersa haerefgardedna i,.newspaperman, is among the .I W*-o
aswper o'nel nigth the government engaged passengers aboard the 88 Cr 5r '
ot"at Cesai ei a mud e anti-conimanslat crack- tobal w ich Is due to arrive In q

^B ^^i" ll^ w t g A CHRISTMAS GAlr L lance Prender
m d ie r n e lau sreli e MCristoba Wenesday from New ,of
-into 4 ca "n. at.Dr.n hepe
Ials"0wtsanc Ulat hsvisited theh
1% elba thef adtio o ate there ared-ne *a
wc c'n het ofh histh -partyo al- i n .8. aboa1rdeO the -road. ,, said
hadn otseentt t eI ae oi i ptvo' te for r cation plus ,tol
-fitdtimonarchtsp w haveo prom- They inqlutte Re. Paul A F-f
I Fsorfh -okno, (NY) Rep. er Holtaman,
Adis inttI" t bstorepo beafe ee q .Re. (Pa.); Re l'ubert S, Mcudder1.
Te com mskd e the social- oCal c ou d H. Velde, (i l.). and-e

moght ewe. 0rl from behind' "
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