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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00606

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The French Assembly wtes on .113 M W d I.
the isue today. a e a r e-
sult might cause the Preident
to cut abort his Georgia vac- 0 -
tion and fly back to Washin- PARIS, Dec. 27 (UP) The French Nati
secretary of state John Foster sembly began the final rounds of debate today 1
Due was relaying to m e- as'onizing decision on German rearm sea
ideWt latest reports from the a.no
atba sador in taris, C. Dotglu Premier Pierre Mendes-France, f
lon. fo4 German rearmament and the Wast
h rs Y5entnma cut bt for the life of his own government as
Wangton it the French veto portant ew support just be ore the debate was 1
GOerman rearmament, at m I *


cret a Before the day is out, the Assembly Is i
b J v q te on thege questions of confidence which MA"
."o Frmtee omi sunive if his government is to cott
i3 lined ltp lidly against him wee t*e C
a jubihnt ever their initial victory lost Friday
S ltal in an initial d&cif'on to reject German armsI
Si defense of Westeru-Europe.
Sonfter ut coming tp'the premier's defense today, iit
s~u~h usu just prigs oresimption of debate, was the
rhn bloc of some 1 Indepedents which urged its '
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We Year's i y" sta te to start sim-
The worst a niq tragedy in fla
the holiday period was fire at 'Jo chairman o
rkn, Ark., chilled 10 the nd origin-
bllren and the 'mother and a- ator said the Park
toer of five 'of them when a Forest I were convinced
.erobene stove exploded Christ- "thqt deaths can be re-
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death accidents repoa d on, ,rig. .


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Toao-whif4 C%ynas

VIENNA, Austria, Dec. 27 (UP) South province of Sty-
- Tourists were wsraem today ria.' )r.-hour watch was
the snows which made this nalst avalanches
Christmas "one of the whitest 'whiXch crush isolated
on record" ine central Europe homes at touist-packed re-
have created an "acute ava sorts.
lanche danger" n the Alpne Ma hunters reported
resorts of three nations. I -- rn Austria has
At least seven persons all to the valleys of
local residents already. have at T vince on the Ita-
nkilled In Austria and Swik uS
Z.so as a result of the anow Prbo ti authorities have
which has piled as deep as seven issued to all licensed
feet In the Alps during. the past hunteha 0tes on the lookout for
Week, and avalanche warnings the*t m.AB tg wolves who have
also had been posted In Southern r aers in the prov-
Germany. 4 fo.e past several win-
Heavy snow also was reported era.,


m the mountains or forthern
Italy, but Rome weathermen
aid there Is as yet "no grave
danger of avalanches" in that
country.
Three days of uninterrupted
snowfall over the weekend
wound up a week of Intenmt,
tent snow, blocking highwyss
and railroad s and Isolating
some outlying villages.
A minor snowsde in .south-
western Switerland killed four
workmen Thursday, andt another
burttd a man in the Salaburg
district of Austria.1
Another Astrian cfroe tma
death after being AARked down
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better or worns about the French
situation.
Asked whether the President
might fly to London in event of
another adverse French vote,
Hagerty laid, "I have nothing to
say."

Accident Victim
Jock McGrath
Is Improving
The condition of John H.
(Jack) McGrath, whose left
arm was amutated -SaturdAy
after it was smashed. in an auto
accident in Papam.Oity, is Im-
proving today, as rd to Ban
Fernan Chin officials.
Megrath;-was in .serious eon-
dition following the accident
which occurred when a truck
sideswiped the ,-anel truck he
was drtfvg on 50th Street and
Aveni4& Uruguay. Several blood
transfusions were required, and
his left arm was amputated at
the shoulder dilaing a three-
hour emergency operation.
Hospital authorities said today
McGzAth wav getting up today
to walk around: ds..Wot.


orh Atltantic Organl-
( )incln d in this a-
mendment is a proviSion making
ts acceptance dependent on
of the. Paris and
Bonn agreement on the Sar and
a simulteous exchange of allU
documents necessary -to carrying
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2. A demand by Mendes-France who
that the Assembly reject two a- ga-tipat
amendments which would put of f ay s mx
approval of German rearm, MIa-o .dt
ment for at least a year, In t Tbz
hope of further negotlatisa with has beea
the Soviet union. '. Popular J
3. Asaminl he wins the first and gmaN
two, Mendes-France then Is ex- was 1zn
pected to pose the third on which EUMwort In
French law demands a delay of l
24 hours. men
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the chamw4erreverse Its rejection four a4 ea
of the West European Ulbtb alone to a
(WEU), the organization of uni- peacetime.
ty and control which is t jor aim of
heart of the whole defense sy0- U.
temr. It was believed .that a4s- Brit
ceptance of No. 1 would assju m blunt ai
passage of No. 3. ., fals 1
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certain predictions Me nd e s- 1ar
Frahce would win, but the re- It t a.
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STHE PAMAMA AMERICAN
WNED AND PUeLImUs my &T PANA9A AISNRUAN PUSOS. INC.
FouNDED DY MA ON VW.L in IsN tab
5BT. H amrv P. 0. Bor 14. PANAMA. R. OF P.
TELEPHONE PANAMA NO. 5*4740 45 LINMS)
CAULK AODhAg s'PAUAVUWCAN, PANAMA
OLON OFFICct 12.170 CENTRAL AVENUE DETWEEN 12THI AND 12TH STREETS
PORTION REPRESENTATIVES. JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC.
345 MADISON AVE Nuw YORir. (171 N. Y.
LOCAL, MAIL.
MONTH. IN ADVANCE 1.70 V .5O
SIX MONTHS, IN *DVAN 8.1O 13.00
ONE VIEAR. IN ADVANCE 10.502 4.00
IS IS1 YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


THE MAIL BOX

Th Mail sox Isn open forum for readers of Tne Pa1011ma A"ices
are eeivod gratefully gd erd handled In a wholly efoedemtnI
'ys eibuale lItter d't obe luetlat If It dess't appear The
dry. Lattess re p abuifhed In the order received.
Please.ty to keep the tenors limited fto one page lene.
a identity of leter writes is held In strietet ceenfdence.
This mweiwpper assumes no responsibility for statements s splalet
;.auVoasd Is ltte's from 6 readss&
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FROM OVERSEAS READER
British Colombia, .
CANADA.
s3ear Sir:
n.* .
Op As one of your readers for over a quarter of a century, I
oftenn read of the loans made to European countries, *or which
*'the recipients were exceedingly grateful. With the exceptions
t4ninland I never read in your paper of any repayments being
*Dde, in fact the conversation of most Zonites Is to the effect
1 1ht there Is only one donor, and that all the traffic Is one way.
4 After many years of seasoning to this trgnd of thought I was
' uly shocked to find out that Great BrIthin is making REOULAR
4 SEPPAYMENTS of $137,845,000 to the United States, in addition to
* g;eeular repayments to other creditors.
'* As per the enclosed clipping from the influential and widely
;,.distributed "Vancouver Bun," Great Britain has never missed a
payment on the 1046 loans, although I have never read anything
;to that effect in your newspaper. Your paper is published in an
* 'independent republic, and while all aid and loans have been care-'
:Iuully reported, you have never published anything regarding re-
-davments. Don't you think your readers should be presented
a report on both sides of the aid and loan picture.
Yours truly,
B.C.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's the clipping.)
OTTAWA (BUP).-Britain announced today it would make
f# regular payment on the 1946 Canadian loan of $1,250,000,000
Un full and on time.
The payment will amount to $37,710,255, Including $22,842,40
,J T MheUnited Kingdom information offictalso announced that
jritaun would make its regular year-end repayment'to the Unit-
d States on its 1946 loan and lenid-lease settlement. The amount
to be paid to the U.S. Is $1875,0H..
SIGIN OF RECOVERY
Caqadian government oflcials described the British an-
'nouncement as a further indication of Britain's postwar re-
lovery. Britain never missed a payment on the 1946 loan, al-
'"thouph sDecial arrangements were lade to defer interest charges
an M a Im4 lob of $700.000,000,.


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ous. "Near Yvu," and other hits) flew wor a at
for a Mexlcancellation. tway am,
sallies in Our Alley: Overheard must
at LlIM r.' Ve "Wonder how Berle Manhattan Murals: Th no e ants Wo
a feels about Buick switching to on the Madison and 61st feltem V
Oleason "Oh Milton can't whose name' Is 5& Nikkhlaa. wae
cares Now ho can drive a Caddy S.Lis for erge The treedeto 0r
and Jackle can't" One of the of the apt. bldgat 75th -ad
Main Ste Vats observed that -.1..t0e trumpetng Angela am
soWa is ty I t street in the BabA lth Ave. frontage'?
world specially sighed the crowds awed
ammy EajS"on The Way Up e 's most be
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flat
MidtfwnVigette :BEthelLeve, gift shop:A solid gold
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lky victim RME=
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and a handful of irrespo'blble Ms
gsilonal labor baion s, believe
it Is better to receive than to
give, must have Mad their cons-
clences removed with Moeir ton-
sils.
The dangers of the told war fell
on their cold hearts. They delayed


racur -bomb ande thermonulear A .
year. ome of tho E gae e the nd
others juwstaged at o least, pas, o eat
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construction.wrs hc aet h ett .e hn. .^ J '
race to build more eutperA"Can


the penemy.t I th i
At just two Atomic Energy Co -is v o
mission lnslaliatlous Paducah,. P JC?" r


Ky.e and Jopla s e.-some of tc a a hese t
men cost our government d$5r .
000 and a tctaa 2 1 d87alostd And
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We t late m11 a' WAHNTO-sA -a baen. He went Int th rotn an-l cstio agga thrgtJa ne 1 wyBrM M oSSS
One ofctheseb osemeIh rdtthe.mis-
fortune to meet. His na se istEvan Now


Dalese a ulkn fellow is a track-A u .the Ita s t -
hod me downn St. laeoule e i r s' Hotel e
Jefferson in September 1953. Dale i 49


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enesrieg wrealos armogram. the theoawagtha tsetaio, f$3bhio. h oe ncurgngtolan'tcJth bbe powar T9 ard a ^
downstate ono Disrict tCouncillet


of Ha Carriers attend Buamilteding Ls- t an e rhea of
b orers Union. He con rull o Tedenes the t hat osr"
charters of 32 l no t a ong n a b A t whi lt huatra s
tacky unions. Without his permim- e sdf, 5ljtows


lob no member ofD these unions and.ol "lronte8 ,v Ma nl
could work even for atomic tae chane a atuI has come 014p L a


hentergy program. out t the 0 N in'J ,bm at "a. ? a
N ale and a friendto Jaim s larlyrimu wa the-sro iset at ?
Bateman of the Steamfitters Un- -Ch tatns.
Ion, have been found guilty of At- Theare wasl atie Just t tal across oa



tempting to extort $1,0a e e0,0 wd o from oversiaeca4hmaqo wheart thenat _4 0 i
th e biggest of our electrical c- D).a mooset'sher aate age n that
traction firms. Dale O tried, n d. plr a'se rote s nwgas W a
when the Ebasco Co. fought back theHIN*TO"__N) ws av ed _w _nt ____to _he r _________sird at__s____ t b t hiow ofm thake CBS Iu a
there wer stoppages to. tur te t A er ha it e t the JOPPAedblw aust :teerton a enathas Whas WW W W
construction works, which pgto"awnto"Md



feed power to the Pdcoo 'Pat- -n tesaeTntaa wo t ed-ba te Ohsla bl
seducaht which, in oturn, d willte A= ?lemeuenth c en nor l emn ishoue btay we ftr15 61 a
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1t ta 3. Spakman (D- free world leaves a vacuum.
So t.- t today the new "the Communlta ar read to
---0 ~".-a Calogsa res will enact move in." He said southeast
.. d .trutive program." Asia "is in a rtty bidouia
S< to p In p I ectae president A- tlion right now."



padge -we ,. .* u OalpF r ram a .embel of the were withdrawn from Korea a4
di495 going a- 1concentrate en Indochina wh
aid*i mt 7b policy if e continues alongfree and communist areas.
WA GTON Dee. (UP)-ald hougt an a- nes. "I think exactly that wMA
outfrey deam Sen.W R.McS. e anwould y he said, the Democrats done," he said.
olre hM te t n:Am*. yeste a plan e the nce of access without weant to have a careful look
tie BHe a A-ple1Wd 'China trade issue which has Americas man-power. the adminioM tlon's new I t fl'Me
agfwouldI* reassragr e ng2 gfltfed in some of his mot dra- MeCab. saidthre t s "as th military manpower reductions to FU Ple
Ufo. t egeiy hemaanrrety dat clteaahes with hi EfearbOwe ig new"a' his attack-on Red m e sure they do not leave a
S- way theoeere o fr t many er administration. China trde. He said he always ~ num which the Communists
wtchBlques The Wisconsin an toldexlot to their advan- NOT AGREEING INTLLEC
ne of admn- a Improvements we are reporters he pla a lot of a but that the volume of such t exploit to their advan- LLY IS NO GROUNT C FOR
-aor the co mig man to keep u outahead and nudlc spalg mr to an- trade now is growing month by parkman emphasized he was DIVORCE UNDS FOR
Saerie of prfreedom.w B ut c suwpo move to month. essaily opposing the
by-t e0 DefetO the adml tatlon' t U. S. aid to nations which unno Weh A
nt i tw li t S rya trade with Chins c Asked what he expected to gain ta la b cap Iiu hhalf swmtha :nm esabidmboyo
the current. su* Of Wilson said n wepona have 2, by his speeches, McCarthy said draft calls-W re cut to 2,- ons he develops real intellectual
It a No"ath', ,1ton1. Bus l- created new relate lhpa be- McCarthy, in hi first pu he he beUlevedOe public would de- n50dth ndary Cort to 2,- r onr he develops rte there meectuals
0 ;.. tween ama ad masterelwhich statqmeft since open mnd a policy if it t815,000h e a ms But he or artisticnterests. She remains
a of Stat o lhtos mplialso airpower and. permit with te administration De. 7 knew the saidthe renewed. should b e than a dull, limited person
rosaalsosaid the United States should carefully review, more than a dull, limited person."
So artiste soseralloomles tahe uwe of alsosid the United tats rill
he vot po free Chian Kaisheto ack t ht it was wrong under e also said th president will Would you call that grounds for
l hrearmament, Treasury Secretary George Mthe "soft underbelly" of the Cha nhve no trouble steering his re- divorce? A new booklet, "Savin
0t rm tren ghl o oe" u hrey ad hat a- omain d- ,ialkIt'sstillw U.w h air. t lberalizedad~se pro- Your Marriaage" by Evelyn an
Et f ttonhAsbeen oneotthe great He at un Chiang'1: 1=' .t think thi change in ad- tm ough the new Congress Sylvanua Duva, claims that it is
Utle~tlen hod h g r aym0amentstel oEthe have tho had'-sw las haedwad the po.ra -so long as thaw are no children.
ati -g"from strength, not hower admlnttrati on" and one pe mnitoaeaactio n de ill ttraa inOf iOn ituationRe cnioaB lve dthprogram"lasr D the authors' words and in

th tt lle a id Humphrey, the ha n tnue t e ro i trade in whethe and again ve this year, am Wi tariff-cutting fe misense, as well ." call ti quits if
tnl ft ree w defenses doned, hope of ba ning. the o anoaend wormenst eom- same dut our uniformedown ime hrs,n settled foer a one-year hat do theV comediban s t"in a true
S ed through nw die- budget the new fiscalyear p tion to ome m on. tas they owe to their country. f nsio of the preeignt law sene, a mate ? Do they mean a
e .-uell and overseas tinng July 1, said nev ethe- others.,nt so, we should rot be su tly *face, Cof strong opposition woman can'twife ar e a real wife to a
n chon to launch re- l the dintrata "t- interior secretary Dolla Rver M- the economic sinews of ward Chinao roe US.key Republican House lead- mafternoon is onshe reds -ent at awho
tUtin should the aggre a th after adustin n. trade. Wiley areed wth parkman eryts while her is porin over a
govern t e ncrear control." The admin rotary Sinclair cthy who clashed wi no that the parkman appeared onthe hinew story of ancient Greece
At- th 'Jethin.e, DlA aia d Humphrey said the admints- tinue its ",partnership approach" adminlstrqUon on Red C h I n a television program "Amer- Dothey mean a husband and
that wheneerthe un trations pol of a "firmly- to power and conservation prob- trade in 1 and again this year, an Forum." With himoge were wife might as ell call ti quits IfMonroe
foted eonom, directed away lets. He believes proof that tis said th probffendem breaks down in- ciran Alexander Wiey (- sh agreeingfers TV come s to ans
from blind alleys hand been stp eacetime prosperity this a to two-parts also were other of the Senate Foreign Reed of his cla a husband ands?
with made inme," will result n and Inurther economic row n or offenders." He did not thnsCommitteeJames Do they mean that e husbands o the
.. t esul nations that trade directly claryy, sstemO sed retary-tresurer, and wie are hopelessly Incompati.
te for NEA service combatin the Communist con lon" o "our dynamic ndus- RedChin, and (2) those and lem Johnsoal president of believe f his iourdea of aIn pleasant Sunday
b llonracy a s-- ho me without inur tal machine."ver that lease ships for Red China the U.S. Chamber of commerce. afternoon s one spent at an art
to ou ncreasesonal form of eeks said he ecretwll lay a ast a to an agreement reah- Wiley agreed with Sparkman gallery while hers is to sit in a
goverCabinet members:ha improvement proHegram ed wi that while he had no that the President and the new movie theater watching Clark Ga
At. en. Herbert Browne will seek beore the new Con res cord statistic at hnd, Britain nations he will "worktogether In blemake love to Marlyn Monroe?
mprovement of the immigration recent congeton, provide saer cAdmioffender." He added, hows harmony." Is agreeing on such matters as
lawr.: and previn o te ant tor and boler defensetht prever that the realsoval o f their The two senators also agreed those what makes a husband and
emade in ts past year in and "further economic growthin "ma3or offenders." He did not the present uneasy peace should wife mates, In the true sense of the
.'strestengninthe federal Judl- 195Ts probable." The financin cerntifyth m. c mae dependence on a womanrd?
By OSWALD ACOBY. c sys tem and successfully and earsshouldsee "enormous ex-lit. i denPreydhnt continued I 195-5 barring somee m g
W for N Service combating ri the Communit con- aon" of "our dynamicrthur s- McCarthy attributed the alleged orseen move bRussf course not. In plenty of good
p racy ath o without injurytiam bins." recent increase in shipments o te men in the Kremlin want har i n othg buttan t ahdayivs
to our constitutional form of Weks aid he will lay a vast ed China to an agreement reach- dt war now but prefer a- noti but tolerant amuse
government." a d e l eil-o n moment for each other's interests.
In t highway improvement program ed with Britain and France last ther to "provoke America
Poll24 In the yemr ahead, he willgaeeo beforeothe new Congress to ease summer by Foreign Operations cfth wt h "oe oteiri nto a Their love for each other and their
6 11 improvement of the igratinnesent congestion, provide safer Administrator Harold t. Stassn. conflict with one of their at o ma- dependenceo n each other In a
VK714 laws and revision of the anti- m.torin. and bolster defense.It provided for the remova Iof n s" such as Red China. ieaman's dependence on a man
trustel awq"toe engthpii Our The Andil'Icluaing certain goods from the skategic the President's "grand job" of not some itellectoal meeting oi
*Ka leeilitate enforcement."' o6 toll roads."1handli the issue ot Red Chi- the minds.
3 4 .tu r tary ra. -.r General Arthur E. McCarthy said that while the na's jailing of 11 American air- Sure, it's fine when a busbqnd
"A*turl 'ea y i.s... He.anid tin.men on spy charge Me sad the and wift share lte 1f1ksca.


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How should you play .today's
han a n re no-
tr p W leas 'the four of
Spades, and dummy's ten holds
W. istrik., Your opponents are
two pretty ood players who are
t Ing 4 Make any obvious
Mstgaes.
You 'can expect to win two
spadea, two hearts, three dia-
monda4 d goodness knws what
In chibs. It's clear, however, that
Ymu ha-e to work on-the clubs to
make'ear contract.
Pifba l your instinct is to lead
W elubs, from your own
I. all very normal.and
a er y wrong.
oywu lead a club from' your
, d ou will probably finesse
uam s ten. East wins with the
queen ,f clubs and returns a
p wing the suit. Now
Sin with- the ace of clubs
W W bury you beneath an
I z ietkaoln shrdlumfw
S tb. do you any ood

S eclubs-and dear the
l U then. have the
and an established
i dt.
I.a right plyon paper,
S e a right y at the
py was made when
Was actually dealt, by
n. s bridge partner, Lee
am, satngushed attorney as
S as a t bridge player.
the first trick in
dupPm_ wft the ten of spades,
casually led the ten of,
L^thra te d Asand. ThU is
stbat player, but he
0 a mm1 reader. Be 'atua-
a..ed that delearer bad
#l l o h 'e quickly
b o the e
Bt bam a for
AsoW& th


law, and a companlol measure
providing for cut-rate ales of
farm surpluses abroad.
The farm price decline appears
to have run its course and the
administration expects.net farm
income next year "to be close to
that of 1954."
Labor Secretary J a mes P.
Mitchell:
The administration plans to
keep hands 'off labor-manage-
ment disputes as much as possi-
ble. The Taft-Hartley Law is
basically sound but Congress
should approve "certain con-
structkve amendmetns" proposed
by the President.
Mitchell urged the states to
raise unemployment benefits
to meet Increases in living
costs. They also should Increase
state minimum wage laws to


ofI Wa s--au from three to zour
cents and vote other postal rate
Bummerfield said he also will
reeemmend pay raises for
postal workers based on the
worker's tkill and job. He laud-
ed the department's new sys-
tem of airlifting ordinary
three-cent letters when space
il available and Indicated It
Will be expanded.
Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, sec-
retary of health, education and
welfare:
President Eisenhower will re-
new his request for his health
reinsurance plan which was
ditched by the House last session.
He also will ask changes In the
system of grants-in-aid to the
states for the aged and handi-
capped.


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t nalise countries which ship
d the Iron Curtain, is being
administered "very, very badly.'
The act provides for a cut-off
of U. S. aid to such nations un-
less the President deems a con-
tinuation of aid in the national
interest.
The senator said he planned no
further hearings before Jan. 5
when his chairmanship will be
taken over by the Democrats.

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25 residents of Copper Harbor not
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store is the post office. Mail too
large to go in thebox can be
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ha territory. Its Decca s rtease',
S',)en Up your iieart and "t he
SL.aj ,is t.otutijng Un kou, recorn-
feu by the t2owby t.hurca Sunaay
bc.etui, a buncn o1 sAve-year-oua. i
0 'lje tunes were written Dy Stuar. j
^ "Ani3 i tu uuse htamuisen, anu .
te record sold 115,U0w copies in
Ihs list 10 ays. .uow tnt ac ve-
year-oeas are making h t s, it
Swon t be Iong sUnl we hear oa Ba-
by Duoley uiaper ana nis burg- |
hUg linytim.


There's more to band music than
oompa-uompa. Ur even rata-tat-tat
k ur one tnaig, mere's the sound of
a jet breaKaiugL trougn the sound
barrier. ror anomLer., ere's a
l. u.auent's initials.


I These are some of the ingredi-
Sentb rantm Lavide uses jin his
w' .- nio-uern-cay bnu cominpositions.
I, "You can listen on his new RCA
I aloum, "Lavalc At \vorkl, which
inciuues an Air Force march par-
tiony uuilt around tie sounu of
na jet, and a march tcr President
LiseijuIIwer which used the notes
I*-D-E as a basis for some in-
aspiring mubic.
.avalie, as you can see, is no
brass band boy. His Band of Amer-
' ilca, long a ranso mamstay, is prob
aby 1t Jay's best concert band,
anis he conducts and composes
wilk originality. Actually, boae In
the band business reluctantly.
S i used to play in my brother's
band in Beaccn, N.Y., as a boy,
he says. "We'd accompany t h e
World War I draftees, as they
marched from town hall to the
ferry to go off to war.
But then be got interested in
orchestral music, and played his
well-trained clarinet in many fine
symphonies. He also did some con-
ducting, too, but a band was as
,. remote from his mind as mambos
are from Toscaninis.
TV TOPPERS
DON McNEILL ("Breakfast
Club," ABC-TV(: When three wom-
en are talking together, that's con-
varsation. When one of them
leaves, that's gossip.
\ ----------
L. "Then an NBC official asked me
U I thought a broadcast of a band
| concert small town band
I et,. b aged Idea,


peo les mtc. rjftscae i newJ
ak, he s, every small town
has. at leat one band. Some big
state Wniversities give band scho-.
larships to high school stars, like
football scholarships. A n d he's
been guest conductor at many re-
gional band concerts where the
competltcn for sixth or seventh
trombonist is as keen as as a nation-
a election.
Tlis Band of America, incident-
shy, may go into television before
long. With a coaxial oompaoompa.
It takes all kinds of people to
write :ongc. Last week. I men-
tioned a song writing barber. Now
comes Marrlie Goetschlus who,
with Al Hofrman, wrote Tony Mar-
tais latest. "My Bambino.
Marjorle (Mrs. Emery Deutsch)


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Goetschlus, one of the founders of
the Jullard School, Andre Koste.
lantz teacher and a good friend
of Brahms and Liszt. Her grand-
mother was Maria Stephany a
famed European opera singer. Her
mother was a concert pianist and
she. herself, was a Juliard gradu-
ate.
So she wrote "My Bambino.


Following after "Let Me Go.
Lover," TV has come up with an.
other hit--"My L o v e Song To
You, which was introduced on the
Jackie Gleason show. The author
is Roy Alfred, whose father isun
the faculty of the Columbia Medi.
cal School. His song's been re-
corded by Bob Manning on Capitol,
and it looks like TV's second hit
song in a row.

DICKS PICKS: After three good
records, nothing. The three: "Two
Ladies In De ade of De Banana
Tree (The Feor Lads, Columbia);
"Sincerely (The McGuire Sisters,
Coral); "I Remember April" Ad-
riene. Kent, Bruce).
Jazz for a change RCAs "Jazz
for People Who Hate Jazz" is a
pleasant introduction to the sub-
Ject. Clef has some fine new stuff
featuring such favorites as Flip
Phillips, Illinois Jacquet, Charlie
Barnet, Gene Krupa, Meade Lux
Lewis, and Count Basle-an album
apiece. Stan Getz on Norgran,
erbie Harper on Nocturne and
Dissy Gillesple on RCA complete
the new Jazz releases.
I Symphonic music-Angel has a
new release of Tchaikovskys Fifth,
with Va Karajan and the Phil9


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S.S. "BYFJORD" ................................. Jan. 6
*A Steamer ..................................... Jan. 8
S.S. "MARNA" .................................. Jan. 10
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ............Jan. 15
S.S. "MABELLA' ..... .................'........Jan. 20
*S.S. "YAQUE" ....................................Jan. 22
S.S. "ALCYON' ...................................Jan. 21
'S.S. "MORAZAN" .. ...............................Jan. 27
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S.S. "MABELLA" ................................Dec. 28
S.S. "MAFALDA" .................................Jan. 3
S.8. "FPA BERLANGA" ......................... Jan. 3
S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ...........................Jan. 10
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8.S. "COPAN" ....................................Jan. 15
B.S. "COMAYAGUA" ............................. Jan. 17

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--A rl Scout Rally will be held
... ..... ._H. In at the C a
i ^...BH..., .---.-.. -'L. .? At L Theater in honor of Mary Seigel.
A ''-- M 4m -y: u-a Mary, of Balboa, represented
S" the Canal Zone Girl Scouts at the
"uidge Night international gathering in the Girl
It upp'.The la delicate bridge Scout Chalet m Switzer land last
F .-" E.Lameswills be played as. summer. She is the first Canal
s.7a at the Tivol Scout to receive this great honor.
returned at.%gGuest Rouse and At 7:30 p.m. at
SS f -- Margarita Service enter. Mary, with the United States
Bo. representative sailed to South-
-9- s ram ton on the SS United States
OMseai VsIal .. Iand spent five days in England,
utaa ep Vey .. &nf ,uf f five days in Paris, and a month
S. and -rs La Horgne in Adelboden, Switzerland.
of aifo Air Force Be^-Pue
.4ceO, are the liday ests .e HOW.TM DO-T TOY KITS ARE While in Adelboden. Mary and
her n parent, Mr, d rs. L. J. EDUCATIONAL AS WELL AS her fellow American scouts shar-
Sta']y of oc Mr Horine Ito FUN their knowledge of camping,
-o mer M.ey St. iStay.w i songs, crafts with other Girl
bs familyis ho e hiSta eynwt By GAYNOR MADDOX Scouts from B r a l, Germany,
hisfamily Is. Nne Stacey, now Finland, Pakistan, I t a I y, and
a sophomore at the University of NSA Food and Markets Editor Sweden.
Colado. The 1954 crop of how-to-do-it toy
"1 ---.Pa -kits provides practical lessons in Home for Christmas from Penn-
Pnasma Pnes sopp and sandwich making, baking sylvanila where she Is a freshman
New Year's Eve Dane and cleaning up the kitchen after at Grove City Collegp in that ci-
patio t 1 Panama will ward. They will yield dividends to ty Mary.wi speak at the Cor-
ae American. family life long after T heter tomorrow about her,
,P."s-A Fidsl. merryma k I n 5 Christmas. experiences In Switzerland. She
.ohestras tunis h1I1'n 9 Emma Sheehy, associated Will alho show colored slides ef 1
Sda ag. o. o Childhood educationes, Teac her complete. trip. These slides
i of adnslon is t, Mwrhic |er s' lge, Columbia, and chair- were taikesn with a camera pre-
wtth licude Fneseikers faors. Rem' mn heSe Toy Guidance Council's sensed to her as a going-away
'-. .ervatons are beIng U accepted now. A Committee, states: "Mor gift by the Canal Zone scouts.
R r. DAVIS, wife of te aomm andnt of the USA R- -fl ad the kitchen is a center Mary will show her slides and
oents a gift to one of the pe o Gaests AnMrg of oral family living. It is im- discuss them at a similar rally to
d Lm e for old people. Mother uperloMa Mr. and Mrs. PortoMr is cH aO fmortant for children to feel that be held on the Atlantic Side at a
W 1S. Jean, Mrs. R chard Carle, chairman of the project, Mrs. Margarita arO exptlnt Mr they are participating usefully in later date.
3.Jrolewladies club Dresident Mrs. L. Quiles, and Sister Anna Walter A. FreudigmaIn tonight t group activities. Even three and The general public is cordially
-" r des sis- in the presentation of the gifts which were from Tampa for a visit. ur ear old youngsters achieve invited to attend both of these
M flded by the Officers and NCO wives clubsof Fort ulick. creative satisfaction from mixing free programs
who were privileged to participate in the project stat- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reed of condensed soup and milk, for ex- g '
enjoyed the nation because of the Gatun w-lcomed their son, Rich- ample, or stirring up a cookie mix.
a 14it v were race J r The Christmas Tree aid, who arrived )y plane this Boys get just as much fun out of lap A toad
home and decoratedsarlier thWi week. The. morning from St. Carson, Colors- cooking. play as girls and should W. A m i ISurvey
ood, do, for a three-week visit Ihave equal opportunities to try
fclothrinagu oves tan o t o u, three-week a. fme tttheir hand at simple food prepara-, ilsdin Take Off
.J 'lot"i"g,& oasandtol eatiesa. lea ul
Mrs. William Scheibla, a former tion, dish washing and c ean up
Isthmian resident, has arrived to routines."
T ISOCIAL be with- her son, Mrs. Jack M Th Cabell Kids cooking set For Europe, US
GIAaDR165 AI WGrath, oiulowi him los of an
.OF TO AT.. CSIMIl ar% in t Ird sOio accident, is the first uvenile kit designed to
F t. hst.asado f hait will be the ce-e tomt n rowu. "a em interest cil dren in planning and TOKYO, Dec. 27 1UP) A 11-
AM= preparing well balanced, nutritious man Japanese atomic energy
d wedding atwh M* i ss le Sarinen wl exchae Rws h d meals. This includes an aluminum survey mission left Saturday by
with ME, r. aeIts sayl. The marrstae will uwte the saucepan cals of soup, as well a BSA plane for Rome, the first
o f r aMr. ad Mrs. Albert Saasrnen r of Balbs ad thE a r as all the utensils needed for pre- stop of its extensive three
r. sad N Edward HaRdel of An eo. as s paring and. ser v in g appetizing months study four of Europe and
o V O K IOn lunches and dinners. There's a 16- America.
,is Bars ine will have as her i f oc pe hild-tested cookbook, too,
v. rlstinlw rliad A Kne plus a'chitsf hat and apron, paper Prof. Youki Fuiloka, dean of
an4? 11iibit -. Serve &a his N ow;N Mr. Kn eITOMarry fIgVV% VVhVnapkins and place mats. the College of Physics at Ksoiku
N rorman ide s e* Niother new "how to cook" Ueryl e
", all' 'best m* Mr. anad an M lver MEXICO, Dec. 27 (UP) set features m o I d for making delegation, said at a plane side
The ceremony will be perform- Iver, to Richard A. Corner, New President Adolfo Ruis Cortines chocolate 'animals. Interview thathis delegation
ad.ty. Rev, other Michael J, York. He is a son of Mr. and o sed the chamber of deputle wllbe split into four sections and
wi, : a s of the aue Mrs. John M. Korner who were yesterday to guarantee $90,- Miniature broom closets Include make an intensive study of vari-
ant ~t~ 4sn] a mll are cordally former residents of Balboa, Be- 000,000 loan now being negotl&t- efficient m o p a and scrubbing ous phases bf atomic energy.
invited to send. ota, and avana. schools ed from the world bank. brushes and natures of clean
------ Miss Manlver attended sc In his message to the unday Mg products. A nWe taRk.type toy Thedelegation hopes to oh-1
Miss Mae ede & ol her tre. on. afat serve the latest development In
Sin New Jersey. eoso of the Mexicn lower vacuum chlaner operates on bivt hlteld op
rAlter rece iving his early ws houe the chieg executive maid The latest g up models this field in Europe and Amer-
ter n ay oe BAfter reealbsoa Mr. as Korner h'I E eficl to con ake pans and de to apply the result of their,
dstas Eve ,avt rom b feicreditsioun terpartws Ysiatoes observations u a basis for de-
.ade Mrs. Grab m ni ademy ae or lT. the elihicationvelopment of nuclear energy for
Yd I *ats a newotrythe I. kit make, peaceful usesinLapan-pan i k kespeaceful uses in Japan,

ac t wi neral Cortines said the wor place mat and ds e u-ot
,; C Overseas Corporation in Na had indicated its willing- replicas f ilverw .
ose'who un oyed the trad- York. neas to gtant the loan, IroyIUqd S I
Christmas festivity with.b the Money was used "forp electrification plants, $30,000,000H IT
git ds were Dr. and Mrs. Cam. Trapdae WilDlp that would directly increase na in port developnerit, and $20,-
Johnson, Dr. and Mrs., Harold At Home Tomurrow tional production." 0,00 in the fertllzer industry
Trapido, Dr. and Mrs. Leon Ros- Dr. and Mrs. Harold Trapido of He said the go v e rn m e n t The President's request was
n., Mr. ad Mrs. H. Mor g a n El Cangrejo have sent out invita- planned to invest $40,000,000 in referred to committee for study.
Sii, Mrs. Ruth Getz, Miss O- tions for an "At Home" tomorrow
ve poks and Mr. F. M. von evening f rom eight o'clockon, at
live their apartment, 41 Alberto Nays-,
rro Street.
btw N'tmis MonngNEW YORKER
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Lanst
of Blaboa were hosts with their
sons on Christmas morning ataPAYS FOR ITSELF
Christmas breakfast for a few PAYS FOR ITSELF
close friends, IN
Noaed to poke about Baby's Assistin with the gueft was NEW YORKER is the sewing machlide on which you'll
spre. mouth, seeking that f i r sat Mrs. Fran ',priest of Hollywood,
a so long in omin cali Wo is the house- uest of save on dresses for children... Your own clothes... ALL COLORS
io -first news of her daughter and son-in-law. H0o m article sewing
wIll be.ssn or, oe-tcewi COMBINATION
I.atLgt. -ryM.c2Clled. fancy stitches and many
e.. *V1 Mr. George, Hall of the p other types seAwig.from $125 u
t ia ii t States a few daysge after re-
M s e babies are orn with teeth ceiving word of the death of his -AT-
there Ia one on record who father.
't have a single tooth until -
he yas gi months. If bhby seems
,g, ak.M your doctr i here wedla T
0" h recommenis to' Tie t.Kodbe Army Cha I
Mary Sehrants, daughter of Col1 No. 47 Central Ave.
!il Near- East, it was ones and Mrs. George N. SchrantzTel. 2-2504
hieeo to put opium under ila heh troth to Mr. Allert T 25
lngernaIls to keep him Fat-r Wilson son of MMnr. Al- ,""*
orlus, Today, so me des- bert Stewart tilson of Radburn,
the octor's advice or
r. SW It is sensible to The ceremony is set for 6 p.m.
I' find, when these house- and wll be followed by a recep.
to-making nts, Quarters ic, Ft Kobbe. .h .
enhmula his only way Nwe mae Ms other
yes aessthlizg's wrong. GIvps ~bearss Sapper
---- reilew ti wedila .
Shearsal last evening ar the W.
hiltlaital occasioa but it may lMr, Albert Stewart Wilson
be an hour of horror If Ba- mother of the groom, entertained
dject. If you @a_ entertain with a dinner at Elaho. lane

a )f le his be a, ostaRic Ambassadorn
able to take t and Mrs. Jorge' Loals- have re-
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Sheos, Kills Hubby

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MAMI, Dec. 27 UP) A
IO r- Miami housewife shot q~nd
lled. her husband Saturday
ht after an argument In
'he allegedly threatened to
her, police laid today.
ht Miatni police said Mrs
d Callas, 33, fired four
at her husband,. len. One
S bullets fatally. wounded
bin the neck.
Police Chief Karl Engel said
C allas recently filed charg-i
agllnht her husband accusing
of beating her but she later
drew the charges.
officerss quoted he woman as
yti,, the shooting occurred
fistan argument in which Cal-.
beat her and threatened to -
her. Mrs. Callas said sheik
abbed the gun from Callas
fired the first shot to
scare" him, then shot three
times.
Formal murder charges were
pected. to be brought against
s. Callas who was lodged In
dh e County jail.
a and Callas had been mar-
six years. They had no chtl-.


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Si F- AKARTA, Indonesia. Dec.1
(UP). The premiers of In-'
K ila, Pakistan, Ceylon, India'
SK unma converged on the
SIola hill town of Bogor
'o y for a two-day conference
probably will Include. dis-
i n of the plight of 11 U.S.
jailed as "spies" in Com-
a arts was ablaze today
the fl of.the five con-
Countesr but, they were
by hundreds of
smbanners displayed.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE
Automobiles Miseeneo
FOR SALE:.---'50 Cadillac sedan, com- FOR SALE.-Grand piano Knabe. Call
pletely new Interior, new tail pipe, Cristobal 3-257 3.
new tune-up. New lower pr;ce. Call FOR SALE.-The popular "Castilla
Cristobol 3-2573. del Oro" Coffee Shop, corner of Via
FOR SALE:-1948 Chevrolet conver- spcoia facing Hotel El Panama.
lible, radio and heater. Leaving Reasonable price for cash,sale. Tel.
Isthmus, must sell And reasonable 2-011 or 2-2411.
offer. Call Balboa 2-4248 GREET ihe NEW YEAR in comfort
FOR SALE -1953 Ford Tudor sedan, and c h ee r. Ring out the old in
two-tone green. w/s/w, excdent. weather that is cold. Better air mail
Ponoma 3-0321 Hotel Ponamonte. Boquete, R P..
33__ for reservations. A cordial welcome
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontioc Super De- aw.is you
luxe Catalina Hardtop, Hvdroma .- ----.r
tic, radio. fully equipped Phone Al- FOR SALE-Dining room set. 60-cy-
brook 86-2277. cle refrigerator, 1947 Kaiser car.
FOR SAL7E Phone Quarry Heights 3147, 8-12.
FOR SALE -: 194 Chevroler sedan mornings.
like new. 0399-A Baiano Street,-
Ancon. Phone 2-2744. L E S S SO N S
FOR SALE -- 1954 Chevrolet sedon
210 series, driven 3000 miles. NEW Ballroom dance classes will start
$1595 Balboa 2-4466 Saturday. Jan. I 5th. at Balboa
--- YMCA for pre-teens & Teenagers
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmoble-88, ONLY. Coill morning Balboa 2-
$750. Call Qu.Arry Heights 4148. 4239. after 4 p.m Panama 3-1660,
FOR SALE'-1954 Buick Super. brands Suite I1 1. HARNETT & DUNN.
new, won in the Lucky Strike raffle' i t .J
Sunday 19th Pablo Arosemeno A- Help W anted
venue No. 13-73 Phone 2-0329 _-__---
NTED:- Good cook Must bring
Brazil Official references. 4th of July Ave No. 19
Brazil Official -- -- --


Punches Minister

In The Face
RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 27 -
(UP) Government sources re-
ported today that a high offi-
cial who punched Finance Min-
later EugenJo Gudin in the face
during a political argument will
be prosecuted on a charge dis-
respect of national authority.
Mario Bittencourt Sampalo,


president of the High Court of
Fiscal Accounts, is the official
Involved. He told newsmen four
days ago that Oudin "offended
my honor" during a press con-
ference, last Friday.
At that time Oudin made a
vague reference to certain sup-
porters of the policy of oil na-
tionalization "with dirty hands"-
from deals In oil equipment and
transportation.
Sampalo said he punched Gu-
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OUTL0AW BOMB-A member of an Arab security group holds
one Manyhomem q bombs which outlaws are using to
blow up bridges and destroy buildings in Tunisia. The bomb con-
tains a can of gasoline oand gun powder. The fuse is lighted and
the weapon tossed.


S('WS THE CORN KING-Willard C. Kirk, of .aee1 ,- Ofi,
* Uproudly as he displays his corn entry which won him Coam
- Sthe'Ahe Chicago Intrnatmonal Uvest ak sw e. gWM
i t, ,winner when the origlna l "King" was .squaU
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Fourth of July Ave.


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RESORTS
WILLIAMS' Santo Clara Beach Cot-
toges-rockgos. refrigeration, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
Phillip. Oceanside cottages, Sent
Clara. Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages. Modern conveniences, mod-
erate rates. Phone Gamboa. 6-441


FOSTER'S COTTAGES, Mo0 mile post
Santa Clara. Low rates. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.

FOR RENT
Apartments


ATTENTION 6. I. Just built modem
furnished eportments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT- 2-bedroom apartment.
screened. 56 Parras Avenue, $65;
furnished $80. Phone 2-2316 or
" 3-0234; key Apartment 6.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
North American neighbors, reduced
rate, regular transportation. Phone
3-0471.
FOR RENT-- 2-bedroom apartment,
living room, dining room. E. Lefevre
Avenue No. 14.
FOR RENT:-3-room apartment. Ap-
ply 1080 Colle Las Dos Palmeras,
Sobanas.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
living room, dining room. 2 bed-
rooms, gas stove, refrigerator. Balla
Vista. 43rd Street No. 64.
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FORUK SALE '

FOR SALE:-Leaving for Europe, ur-
gent: Furniture mode in C hi n a,
brand new, teakwood coffee toile,
writing desk, screen, nest tables,
house bar, chests, all deep ourved.
Half price. 11 th Street opposite Co-
legio Abel Bravo, Cosa Cordoba,
Colon.


FOR SALE
Motorcycles


FOR SALE --Harley Dovidn motor-
cycle, I 25c.c., In very good condi-
tion. Call ator CrrocerJos Gomez,
Corretera de Pufblo Nuevo, across
from Poscual Cookie Foctory. Phone
Panama 3-4776.


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PANAMA, Dec. 27 For some (VOA)
time, U. S. investors have been 8:30-NELSON EDDY'S PENT-
victims of double taxation. Com. HOU8 ? A tTV (Sea-
pany profits are taxed first as grams.V.0.)
corporate income and then as in- 8:30-Proudly we Hall (USA
dividual income when distributed USAF)
as dividends. In other words, the 0:00-You Asked For It (re-
same money is taxed twice, quests-please phone be-
The new federal tax law gives 10:30-Music By Roth
some recognition to this inequity. l:00-Symphony Hall
Under one provision, the tax-pay- 12:00-Snig Off
er is granted a flat 50 exemption
on divident income. This means
that the first S$0 of dividend in-
come iso entirely tax free. If you, Tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 2#
file a joint return and your wife Dec.
has at least $50 in dividend in- A.M
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come, the exemption is $100.
The second provision giving re-
lief to investors 'is sometimes mis.
understood This provision gives
the tax-payer a 4. per cent tax
credit on dividend income o v e r
and above the $50 (or $100) flt
I exemption. (FDr 1954, this I a
Credit s applicable only to divt.
dentds received after July 3lst
."nd cannot be more than 2 per'
cent of total taxable income.
From recent talks with invest.
ors, I infer that some erroneously
construe this provision as a de-
duction from income rather than
a tax credit. Let us see what a
| difference this error would make
iin the case of a married couple
with two children reporting
la joint income of $10,000, $6,000 of
it from dividends.
r-on, the 510.000 gross income
they would deduct four personal
....apuor (a total of $2400), the
standard 10 per cent deduction
for charity and so, on (51000), and
Sthe flat $100 devidend exemption.
'This would leave a taxable in
Come of $6500 on which the tat
i would be $1508. From this $1503
i they would now. b e entitled to de.
duet 4 per i eOt of their dividend
income ($000 iesb the $100 flat
exemption), which a mo un t s 'to
$236. Their Income tax would thus
bi $153 leis $36, or $1267.
What some people erroneously
think they shouf8 11 is to take
this $236 from tjie $650 taxable
income and then.eompute the tax,
The tax thus4 .c.apted would be
$1445, $175 more than is actually
owed.



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dBut only shocker
n 11 mrl vige about juvenile
d*, ra i ded raids aoh
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"W-S attacks
on theim sin Meu schools.
The .fit -.X e Blaekboard
Juntgle, asbm' a recent book
of e- b a which was writ-
ten axmgvl*y by a p ub lic
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"And our picture I. supposed to
shbck/' Director. Rihard Brooks
will tell you. "It i.'t .something
Hollywood dreamed up. The, situa-
Aion exists-and the picture will
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RLAS tI CInU MADCIPAlI
"RING OF FEAR"
with MMC MUY BUILLANE
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lijg: tgi .-the censors n pt
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i(ICARD WIDMAR K, back
frop .Europe, is on a soap boX
about 'inferior Hollywood film s
show on transatlantic British and
Italih liners.
- choice of Hollywood prod-
et j!fl bad," he says, "it sees
1d8 e=berrte."
R's 3une Allyson and Gary Coop-
er in the annual all-American fljm
favorites poll of Box Office Maga-
zine. = Keefe Brasselle's r-
so, fodroppMig his Eddie Cantor
imper action when he did his
ngt.c b act at a benefit: "I
wanted to see if I could stand on
my own feet-and I found out I
could."
Reason why Joan Fontaine is
bowing out of the road tour of "Tea
and Symathy" after the Broad-
way ht closes-she's plenty miffed
about her bosses giving the Los
Angeles and San Frpciqco stands
to' Deborah Kerr instead of to her.


PREVIEW FLAMES: "We
Zahibat" -r Cop an' ro It
the African jungle. A British
with a no-pame ,cast. ... .
Atomic id'-Mickey RocA
vives an atqm bomb hte. w
audiencesw'..ill survive ie fil
another question. Surviing I
bombs-Isn't funny and it's a
edy. A--
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e;, who hasn't etcn
a. long spell, ;


dies -ald Con- ;;astewa i e t upinu
aie wales flower rit, plays her s-ed Las 'Vegts
irl at the ma t.e o.lif* plywood date. Personal feelings betweenthe
W .il, .ole.'s -#t wide-eyed .B.three dolls are stU pt the boillbhg
tion aftec e4 told about i by point
've was: p .
"Tal me, mother, ',is it her 1 .. .aZ
"".+"" I magazine
Patl :ed-in to Lex Barker in a f l
a sm p Duel on the Midal Sees .55 As Best
sippi, 1--. 1-
D64 .ally love me?"
Iana I Iee ev Business Year
Lana. at 5 a.m. to get
here ,0' salta me sIf I love
e-,t" ,,.- NEW YORK, Dec. 27 (UP) --
'?.." '' Fortune m againe predicted to-
A leiwa edu:iA lip Doris Day day w be the best, buil-
was shted to wear in "Love Mle ness year in American history
Or Leave Me" couldn't pass. the and that business will continue
cenor test and went back to ward- to Improve until at least mid-
robe ftr alterations. Doris is beam- 1956.
W er is ell Defense spending will drop a-
W aler W nchebout 2 -billion dollars during, the
next 18 months, but consumer
(Continued from Pe 2) spending will increase at thu
(and other programs) lost his first rate 3 per cent a year and the
wife, who left him "because he cost of living will remain Ire-
wasnt ambitious The divorce markably stable," Fortune said
followed and Ernie Glucksman The flhakazlne predicted cred-
made up hip mind To Be Some- Its will tighten slightly as the
body. whah be Is One of the business demand for bank loan
more successful producers .'.. .He expands, "although money will
is happily married now and his ermai fairly plentiful and
former wife isnt a bit envious. cheap. Home-building will drop .
She also married agso slightly, but public workers con-
When she andjier groom viit Call- struction wil rise a billion d=l-
fetin then dwell with ffre .and lars tin 1Q55 and 2 billion in 1985
hi new wife When Ernie Fortune 'said.
his bride are here' they are
th.e & of his O x-wife and her In another forecast, the mag-
nw husband Another couple azine also said 1955 may prove
wn6 feoan out they ottd be hap- the most tempestuous labor year
pi being friend than married, since 1947, which was the pak
-strike period In recent history.
The IAdt WaWr Reminder to The principal issues, it said, wall
iads, ers: G-Man J. Edgar be labor's demand for a suarap-j
H_ _irthy is Mew Years teed annual wa_ e and nlanae-


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Ea iTON OF THE LARGEST
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"RING OF FEAR"
with MICKEY B SPLLAN.
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UP- constructive uses of our abun- TOKYO, Dec. 27 -(UP) -Peip. r
The National Planning Assn. said dance and leisure in ti me to ing r a d i o yesterday announced
today U.S. production should in- come, it said. the o .ing of two highways link-
crease by at least 25 billion dol- "The actual level of economic ing China's Sikang and Toaliaitl
lhra next year to keep the work- activity is at present about 15 bil- provinces with Tibet.
ing force fully employed. lion to 20 billion dollars below a
Toctal production of goods and level of reascnalby full employ- Peiping broadcast monitored
services, the so-called "gross na- ment," the statement said. here said traffic was opened today
tional product," now is just un- It said an increase of at least an the Sikang-Tibet and Taingbat-
der 360 billion dollars. 25 billion should take place in the Tibet highways, which e x t e n d
The association a ngn-profit or- next 12 months and an increase of 1,400 and 1,300 miles respectively.
ganisation, is dedicated to plan- 40 to 50 per cent in the next The first links Yaan in Sikang
ning in the fields of agriculture, decade. province with Lhasa, the capital
business, labor and the profes "Thre are still plenty of things of Tibet, and the second connects
sons. to do with more abundant produc- Sining in Tsinghal with Lhasa.
The report said that even tion," the report declared. The communists claimed that
though a general business depres- The statement suggested equip- the two highways "can find few
sion failed to develop out of last ment of plants with modernized equals in the world in t h e i r
year's recession the fact remains tools; government atomic p r o- lenghts, their altitudes and the
that "over the last year our eco- grams for both war and peace; difficulties in constructing them." ROCKET Dr. Riulc4
nomy has failed to grow in ac- and raising living standards in un- Porter is the new president 0
cordance withbthe growth of the derdeveloped countries. "The heroic road-builders have the American Rocket Socletg
labor force and the rise in produce. split mountain, controlled the roll- He is general manager of ti
tivity." To stimulate purchasing power ing sands, crossed icy streams, c- General Electric Company
The association called for trem- the association advocated, among opened up the forests. ., and f- guided missIles department i
endous hikes in production over other things, further tax reduc- e.nally succeeded in laying t h e Schenectady, N. Y.
the next 10 years, alongwith par- lions; improvement sin social se- highways across the roof of the
allel moves to put more dollars curity; construction of r o a d s, world," the broadcast said.
in the pockets of the buying pub- schools and hospitals and mea- Peiping also paid high tribute ,
lie. sures to aid owners of homes and to "Soviet experts" whose "ef-
Gains in productivity may also farms., forts brought the two great mo-
be obtained by reducing the a- The most important non gov- torroads into being."
mount of work each individual ernment measures would be "a With the opening of the high-
performs during his lifetime, the rise in wage rates and a reduc. ways, the Peiping radio said "we
statement said. tion in prices in accord with in. should continue to strive for the! Wg olF
"Imaginative thinking now" on crdases in product iv it y," the consolidation of the unity among
this subject could lead to more statement said. nationalities and for the happy
life of the peoples in Tibet." IV
Tax-Cutting Plan Endorsed differential- already
T x u t g l ne plies to American investment in'
Latin American.
Although the report did not say
R S Q A y so, this tax inducement plan, and
By Senate AdVIsory group sme of its others recommended
are iden il to- -a. ` nr
o e admiuitni tion's lprot'oald : IiL'
The report .oiatedly devisedd
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UP)- It called oM the governments of underdeveloped foreign 14 4d
An administration tax cutting th tunfteSta and the foreign they can getithe investment cpi-J
plan to encourage investment of na Anrd to take stepto tal they need from pra to_, er-.
private American capital: an for. Pro pb W .. to lean hands, p. .
eign lands won the backing today
of a leate --advasers mmaten


ture, business and baking lead-
ers.
The tax inducement plan sapdes
the House earlier this year, but
failed to get through the Senate.
Informed sources have said Pres-
ident Eisenhower will renew his
request for the legislation when
the new Democratic Con gress
meets.
The plan got an advance plug
today in the final report of the
"Citizens Advisory Committee"
set up 15 months ago to advise
the Senate Banking Committee on
"financial aspects of internation.
al trade."
The advisory committee took a
stand against further government
grants of economic aidt o finance
American experts. It called in-
stead for major reliance on large-
scale private investment of Amer-
-ican capital abroad.


sats from 'individual u
including AF Plesidentt GH
Meany who objected to tme i-,
ports. recommendation that Co*
gress provide "no further agpji
priations" for economic grahts-Id.
aid as a trade financing device.
Although foreign I nations must
bear major responsibility for tak-
ing steps necessary to attract risk
capital, the report said, American
taxes on income from foreign in-
vestment should be reduced
sharply to encourage flow of A-
merican capital abroad.
Among specific steps, the re-
port recommended taxes on in-
come of American corporations
from foreign investments be cut
27 per cent below the domestic.
rate-from 52 to 38 per cent. The


fti masiable profit. "lb
The group -said t w$ A 1o"ther
use the postwar pa"ensof huge
utlays by' the United States gov--
irnment to finapne foreign trade
and economic development.
Over the last 10 yeal, it said,
the United States has provided an
average annual outlay of 5A-400,-
000,000 in capital to foreign ;coun-
tries, exclusive of military aid. Of
this amountit said, S2,600.W 00,000
was outright government grants
$1,6000000 was finance by gov.
ernmental credits and only 51.-
20,000,00 was provided by pri-
vate long term investment a-
bracd -
It called for re-establishment of
"private long-term capital flows
as the principal cornerstone of in-
ternational financing."


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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE, NATIONAL LOTTERY:OF BENEFICER
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1868, Sunday, December 26, 1954
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night Over Yanks; Lose Thrilling Victory In $1000 Feature
Net Openers
Ladies' .Admission Free
-- a I SYDNEY, Australia, Dec. 27 -
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE STANDINGS BSexas, both burning to atone for
Teams Won Lost Pet. GB last year's failure, virtually
t uonpa ................. 8 t --.------- wrapped u ythe Davisa te e C for
makes ...... .......* 6 4 .600 1 shipment ack to the nited
amenr ...................... 3 9 .250 5 States today by scoring four-set
saten ,---- victoriess for an almost unbeat-
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT able 20-challenge round lead
At Paama: Smokers 7, Sodamen 3 over Australia.
*: S e TONIGHT'S GAME A throng of 25,578 at White
4: Smokers (Roblson%.-2) vs. Yankees (Lawrence 2-1) City Stadium, largest crowd in
SGame Tune: 7:30 Davis Cup history, sat in
stunned silence as Seizas com-
j HARRISN JR. scored, Parris getting to second sted s ieo ng day sweep
Sand that was all for Williams. by upsetting Auesie Ken Rose-
hurler sumnberto Rob- Alonso walked Bernard to by upsettig Lust Ken Ros-
ree Hnqumberor of the load the bases and arris tall- wall, 8-6, 6-8, 6-4, 6-3. ..
sce, will .attempt to ed when Alonso .unlosed a An hour earlier, the crew-
t ee over them when wild pitch, Tuntinelli and cutted Trabert sent. the U.S.
"e eatr Lawrence on Bernard auivancin to third team off to a flying start by
?3nd tonight at the Olym- and second respectively. Pres- whipping blond Lewis Hoad of
.StaUM at 7:30. cott and Fowls walked and an- Australia, 6-4. 2-6, 12-10, 6-3 in
S t ame could be a "big one" other run war in. Alonso was the match experts were predlet-
$mokrla because a win yanked for Arthurs to pitch in would be the "key" to the
ut them ahead by pe- to ritt who made his second entire series between the two
t-polt t eand that would appearance at the plate in the nations which are meeting in
e d t since the sea- nightmarish inning and pop- the c allenge round for the 11th
.. that the Ynkees ped to short. straight time.
t of. first place in the Naraggn then hit a hot
go.),',-, g Grounder that seemed headed Only one of the greatest
PeI will offer its for right field but te ball hit "miracles" in tennis history
ht of thee& the center of the first base sack cansave the Cup for Austra- TURE RACE t (Top) The St oe ar' peedy hreeyea-od ine
in hede-d lu tweakertheywill air medsino the wtingove -l a ndf even Auintstraie hocal bred gray colt Atys flashes over the finish line one-.,pd-one-half lengths ahead, of Main Road
noeed IUcky at they will air and into the waitn g glove an'd exen Aussle officials n yesterday's featured $1000 seven furlong sprint f Class "A" imported thoroughbred. Al
egg yingm gportant game of firstbeman DouLewis who ydont expect that. "__fredo "Chinito, Vasquez rode the winner while Rube "Callche" Vasquez (no relation 'to Al-
on- in guests th ed on first to finally end fredo) had the le up on the ormer track chapon. (Bottom) Classy little Golden Tp peeds
*wjl be taking fullth Ining.
Theywl e n. The Smokers gt their I to a one-length victory over Sun's Moon in the one mile $5,000 added Christmas Classic for
advantage of their good. fortune in the seventh on inglesi y lt Ra I Inative-bred horses on Saturday. Alfredo Vasque wes also the winning jockey. Alfredo iadte
e out in large numbers. rAustin the seventh on i nI it the most successful weekend of his career by p up a che k for $325 for winning thet
Sntokers pushed the P StC arris' long fly to righton second half yearly jockey contest. Bias Aguirre, the r er-up. was awarded $100.
ofthe leue leading Yan- ta lliaes In the eighth on Glad- e i P a sTheet d u Ontl ase sadd i dend rIt 1 Dlactorerk. $9C2 0, 7.80.
st night at the Stadium. okerd Lewise single. il ge so fns ne 4C t $.0
tot the st .ay afternoon raced to a post- 1-Coronelino $16.60, 6.20, 4. S-Fan $4.00.
The .Sodmen now tal the sW to-post victory in the featured 2-Alabarda $10.20, 4 0. One-Two: (Dark Sunset-
enkees by five games. The box score: CLEVELAND, Dec. 27 (UP)- $1,000 Class "A" seven furlong -Atom-O $1620. Plakemere) $ u.40.
I SMOKERS The Cleveland Browns have sprint at the Juan Franco race SECOND RACE TENTH RACE
Whir*d itberh ini Prit an d was Player ab broken Detroit's two-year grip track. 1-Rosario, $38.20, 11, 'j.40. I-Atya $4.40.
reisd by Alberto sorAd o.w Narsagon, C 5 1 o7 on the National F o o tall Jockey Alfredo Vasques hus- 2-Wild Justice $4.80, 4.80. ELEVENTH RACE
ledtta a leared to tire in the Austin, as 4 1 2 1 2 League champions hI p. The tied Atys to the front right after 3-Limestone Lady $420. I-Annie N $7.40, 6, 2.20.
It tad ot tone to the Oorio, E., lb 4 1 1 10 0 Browns beat Detroit, 56-10, for the start and the gre quickly First Double: (Coronelino- 2-Malaya $5.80, 2.20.
Stl nt e up Parris, b 4 2 2 0 2 their second title since Joinin opened a four-length laed over Rosario) $888.60. -Con24ntida $2.40.
teni n e 's a gal Tuminelli, If 5 1 1 2 0 the league in 1950. Kin 's Prize while Main Road
sg e A n a cb runs. Be rr terbadk In trailed to the backstretch THUD RACE
a '-uswed atotale ofBerna 3 0 0 1 2 Cleveland quarterback O( trai ad o wn bat. retch -1---alrenaT$5.60, 4.20, 2.40. t
jrto a s h ofive Pritts, g 3 1 1 1 1 year professionall career with plae- in the three-horse field. 3-M olt $.80.Coack Agt
g-QHe wite'a Osorso, p 0 .0 0 0 0 perhaps his greatest mpeaform- The scratching of Cames and Opo-Two (Rl rena, ,,amaron)Co eb li s
anee. Graham threw three Alormina reduced the group of WS..
Totals 33 9 7 touechdown-passes and ran for starters to the abovementioned O RTI RA
St.A. N, ree himself the.underdog trio. 14, 8.80,#f8.

SMoore- t0l 0 3 0 ewis. Strnbd runs: Sodamen 3, three lengths to the good d te o .3. Plaelphwh a o
amok-,Main Road's steady galn.d R lnourtth
SBrathwaite, Ar., rf 3 0 1 1 0 Smokers 7. Left on bases:mok-ourth among
o in uelua t.lMaidstone, cf 3 1 0 2 0 ers 7, Sodamen 8.bThree-base Vasquez, up on Main Road, call- IFTH RACE n this year, will attempts a
st bat W U Genald, if 3 1 1 3 0 I 7t: Ar. Brathwaite. Two-base ed on his mount for his utmost --Rabiblanco $7.80, 5, 3.0. comeback tonight against awk
ncorked a wild pitch aLd Parris Lewis, lb 4 0 1 13 0 hits: Lopez, Parris, Prescott, Na- and the bi bay responded nobly 2-Don Grau $4.60, 2.60. ward Cesar Brion of Argentina
seored. I"McDonald, c 3 0 1 1 0 ragon, Moore, Gladstone. Sacri- and gaine steadily through the 3-Chepanita $3.30. at St. Nicholas Arena.
SBoth pitchers then hurled Williams, p 2 0 0 0 3 flee hits: Austin, Pritts, Parris. stretch but Atys was still a SIXTH RACE
eoteless ball until the top of the Alonso, p 0 0 0 0 0 Stolen base: E. Osorio. Wild length-and-one-half in front at I--Courtly Prince $5, 3, 2.40. Although beaten in his Iss
sath when the Smokers broke Arthura, p 1 0 0 1 1 pitches: Williams, A lo n so. the finish line. 2--State Barge $3.40, 2.40. two bouts, Bucceroni is favored
losee, prittt, the first batter of Hardy, 1 0 0 0 0 Struckout by Pritts 6: by Wil- Atys returned $4.40 because 3-Copadora $2.60. at 11-5 to win tonight's televi
the inni 4g placed a neat bunt Houradeau, as 2 0 0 1 1 liams 1. Base on balls off Pritts Main Road went off the mutuels SEVENTH RACE slon (Dumont) 10-rounder' a
at rolled hall-way down the Charles, Sb 2 0 1 0 2 3: off Williams 1; off Alonrso 3. choice with $1,742 bet on him as 1--Slpn Feiner $9, 4.60, 3.20. against the '"Mild Bull of the
third base, line and that was thel. Pitchers r e c o r d : Williams 6 compared to $1,626 on Atys and 2-Lexden $4.20, 2.40. Pampas."
MDark that touched off the -Totals 34 3 7 27 9 runs. 6 hits in 5-1/3 innings; $1,154 on King's Prize. 3-Scythia $2,40. Philadelphia Dan had bul
powder k eg. Hardy flied out for Arthuro in Alonso 0 runs, 0 hits in 0 innings A big uprising of longshots was Second Double: (Courtly three fights in 1954. He out
F"--acf doubled to left, Pritts hinth. (pitched to three batters): led by Rosario which copped the Prince-Siun Feiner) 524.60. pointed Germany's hurling Heir
easily; Austin sacrificed; BScore by Innings Pritts 3 runs, 6 hits in 8 innings, second race to the tune of $38.- EIGHTH RACE Ten Hoff, but was knocked ou
SOaO4o .was walked pten- Smokera 010 005 100-7 9 0 Losing pitcher: Williams (0-3 20 per win ducat. Rosario com- 1-Fairlyable $7, 3.60, 2.80. in the eighth round by TObmm
ally;ParrIs brought home Bodamen 100 000 020-3 7 0 Winning pitcher: Pritts (2-1). bined with Coronelino for a dou- -Royal Signal $4.60, 2.80. (Hurricane) Jackson and wv
_with a sinle to center, Summary: Runs batted in: Umpires: Williams, Parchment. bles payoff of $888.60 tops for -'"aris Midi $3.60. outpointed by Heins NUuhau
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nall) singled to left and Osorlo 2. Tuminelli, Fowls, Gladstone,' 2:21. m Alfredo Vasquez was the day's Signal) $28.80.
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Dy WAiREI)PAGEiI ld@, as fi las i SOew ea- A committee o "Oi i iI
NW TOf, peember .$7 Ihooag Editor s on oNw.YeAr .ague officials, undur.t -t%
C) cLe basketball he new field baa been the re- charanship f P. T. Co
d, to I it's a sort of occupatIon sult ofat the cooperation of a lot and ably assisted by Chas. Me-
S-- iald diese. but everyone Interet of men who- worked on their Be and Roy Reece petitioneds'f
d d a- d In. we a takes a at.de 'own time t6 get a place for the the SchoolaDiviaon for I& fl
i ghtin up, from or te iSrsa to ,lay, plus the oe. to play their games on, and also
t t movies, in error$ c b forts ofthe Schools and Grounds to use for practice session
*Is. .thcalm"bforethe, w I rsub meo. corki k'-As ua relt, the field forMerl
RA t-te tlm n t.orn the Thrii, a. i ofrer se n t heymI, ,o occupied by the Pacific R bfotlI
S"tomurments. 4d der m ry I fill asleep on the
ad th pae 1otewhe m. hea author verited Into a baseball diamond.i
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d ty d a .' ted1, doi NOTE Sl out a new field erecti i a
; e nrtraU wt l f the pew- i .Thsm nt extensve work/ 'la-
dtheg.. un.new backstop, and tint aln
:" bu t llihday ~i~lr I about ta p t I Every day to the shooting Wliyt'Le
oW 0.7 ogue ahe e The 're not fratern ity isa very enjoyable W the aid of Bob Laatt,
We WIT T Ad R S e7 thWe slest .chemicals intworld event, especially whenr a r CaIdwell, Carl Hll. 36h
A body- anitsitga t6 in n theo t nd whit shooters et together to sloot, Hern, George Wills, Jack lield.
41V WWavI at6 and e.holday festival at Nrnked te wburna, unless te1- talk about a oting.1 or to dsss Grover Barnesn, lEd Womble ian
*..... g la .. e. tI an 1 6leter -fm Dahilsl by.aet-get B bi ve. than a x .... nma ch1-nditw t a eof saort ogether to woteeu .........
en. As l it shown Yr lso# aqua Garde, ai 4 Uncle Harry's celluloid the merits and demerits of able tgete fldrwip-
a 30 yearl ae mteh ewith co iarate ar to the aat shooting equipment. The Iwas able to get the field whip
S eb 1 verl ariaT etirin from the. tournaimentlI attracted Take a spoonful Cf those lttle Vhit with the kids. As part of the members of the Cratbaped l te retty good shpm e
S t, Blak Panther hasbeen a handle. (NEA) four of ti i. n.he l C oes, usually like L act was a ippo ed toput ea GOu nolub t an afternoon Many hano terndtd to make he
4- .--- 'o a United P"lea foi its n- a d with hole wth a art atIt of how modern Rut Wednea mg to crowd r much lighter, so for th
et renewal ouh-rwanked & found I a rle w elra. burned. Bur ned unce. It all Into one package In a few many who have helped na tint-
Sialles of Phldelphi lIs' the a- ig- it into a metal .a-iS ed, that i hours. l but who may not hiAve
bya v t tilor thelt.t chse to.. either the first or eed. aout Ai respectable sam- The spirit of Chrstmas pr been mentioned your help s
which concludes on New Year's adtmh you'llet It tIled0, maybe mere than -a respect. valued to the extent that old Very much appreciated, and the
,. 1eve. i a. t .d" der wiu burn ith a ll sample. "he technleian op--rivals at the shooting game were Pastich League players all
E .- .reMd flame fcr two Or eating one c the TV cameras buying each other beers, wishing thankou for a job well done.
"E W L IAM S'v rer to match ZiLy three seconds. tweeled itinIe (I E close up the otehr "Merry Christmas" and Officlals of the Schools Dvi-.
/ ". is with thi highly-tot-, Dangeroust Actulliy in th ia Ipoked y lgai Iter r the singing "JingleBell in aw lon have been r Avited. p lonI
r 5,iel ul -rainked form, It's somewhat ess pil e. 'the powder ent up fine, a chorus. wtour sponsor, Adlbert Past
1.C"is ;etimne of yearthe postman brings a letter from Dayton, I by..seven-foot Bob sive than A box of. matches. it ne spout of flame a foot high Scores for trap and a*t were ich, to take cart in the ovenir,
". Aia l the esteemed St. Loip editor, with hl, a -ranked Niagara, goes eff a at once, much hard They tell me that on theW .recorded as follows: day ceremonies Gov. John .
wd that litfeasm won'Ut be warth living until yea tell an id, t -nke Duquesne, er to gite and it burns with le caren It looked like Rome aIes KREET (25 birds) Seybold has been tendered a
him yr biggest prts thrill of 14. the tonaainent's defending wohos than asoa e. Ner got hot with his fiddle. Hardison 24 Invitation to hel 'tart the
Wii-es ,c i the World Series. What else champion. A le of yerse back I was Atualy, a brs small arms button 23 league off on its fourth seubn.
ut sure on ato vision show, with a tride, loaded, Is set off lose Kueter 23 ame time will be at 2:00 p.m.,
Susua there etIsnt "o g-ucht t heat isrllin, that Al-America Tom Gola will Western character w made a la fire nothing much ha ps." 'Clark 22 after the brief acceptance af-

S- s ot red l dble t e o o rde off point underneath a stout card. mith terene the ereone will tke
Aoi y, e it- wa I a sure thinonly Int that there was no dru whiee Do t e Gren tbrcar ton. Cronano20 lace, on Saturday, Jan.'
oube t in ur min that Wllfwould getthe ball. As ofmy ads wi c as o w brn te to st e l-
ld mn 1,. u Ase y ou felt it in your bones." gether UCLA and Ntngara. Day- It popped but did no particular Canovwa. O
make- onatee iWfc, 'W no ,,iosier catch after toun, nbeatenin s first seven Ii damage to the carton. Reason? Rowland birs. Y- I i
aO thIaal lt t ed entirely re t i able to take eit imeasP lays Stl John'ys Of Now As mwon asthe primer got h ot h-PT edr
.o Witio he'd tch anY nl that e ty.d in .the parb York, while Duquesne Meetsnsh to go off and start thp T Jacksonville, I Ya. (NRA)



ItMaerse L Dtudiotoher,- ht1o' ou the N Yekoeoes generated to push the bultOutSam Player 20 in the Aubu-Baylor Gato nBowl
I S I ee l our g s reo r g w ou enthusiaw dst ically te aSo a l l li a e aeoth, and thereafter unin in e .ownd 19 .game, Dec. 31have been am
agree. that wasi gave o him his blest thrl to .shaves up a, the tournament'nspowder burne like Uncle A.rry' Rol and C anova 18 to conference allstar teams.
SAE "t 1 ,,Hldark-horn threat. The Brook- celluloid collar gain. Johnson (410 gauge) 11Gi B .
SAVE .oslefblWl t i cdl more. He wot t lyn Redmen lokee strong rip-' But put the -cartridg Into a ---at GLOBE TteYTE IS b a.t
as a Matter- o fact, Willie did od btm pi through their first three prope.gun.hambe sto ox- SKEET (25 bil. New Yr-E)T b a 1; "








theOl ; lTtBs Ta wT E offthe ad s aens th s i se a Including'
Sthe pt ablerO febo hosn d ee tisS onc dndingpowder games are confln- 410 gauge) rletball HarlmGri a b Trctte1
Sa-me -time 3-7 triumph over Holy Cross.-y JAME a BADDOC iwhen they burn, we aave Jo 14 and the Toledo Mercu i, aa
% -With two on and nonelout In the eightheand ViceWrt but then lost to temple and & J oA t 5Nt. ervce wme thig-ely bait whe hveJu-sotoen
n biher yanked Magi y and e brought t in Liddle. A left- pa laroinm state. WrittenforN lie prl rtyn smokelesin that Puee 18 e holidays,





ah-d ptched to face a le ft-e hand hitter. Book th asebal ofth tia lre penr fta w stMona s teter lyn aon Ne Yrl duin CeTfteL
'I h n.te ..out e lntalway s imae ert e n. .i a ind n.gfth-rt an ked Northd r i Carolina
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..),, ieopli Woulthav bshe abeng .Dg ocher what heir asn .rlth.ofoA tmle i ,







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oft Purmao puredaW nrhnW Faal vlflua u1nowWWdno
reinnin. theS3 Mos IZMIRvanabl e he i whd bft devl so w n w n no l r
-ui"e U6 .er w onl d ht .Vei t the rbbbthea ientu Iwhmoc aro_.or.stndd to get a ra e
10- gI&3b2. -you can forget th book. l fy1 l,tigh.an, Uotn's seventh".
pugl 'trs t t toar the book is hardly m a t of an oW I .raakd team, will help-. Tlaunchl inl i
el, yet he won'iltiesitate to pitch a righty against aleftr tha B...Rig.. SAeentonfer, B.o..inlt -h it .
Se hu 'faith In the righty's stuff, da y To.iy T t_ ou nn t aa st Y.,
.r.hasheebrasaowhile-Coorado tbnnW'- 19ill
you can reWl the ninth Inningl ofe the last me Of NebrasOk, whieColm. T fir a sr un l n th t I r t,
IM series.RV (It's a fairly sate bet Durocher does.) The Yanks lid Play Olo. The firstound
'4-1, when, adl of a sudden, the anxts filled the bases onf tS Is wil'nl. b e completed Tuesday night h t "x w s..
with none out. The next two hittets were Monite Irvin whenu mnKansas ..meets Io-wa State t.
Bobby b Thofni'n t e t time the two most dangerous rtighlt .and ansStatePlays Califor-
har"4bitt A the NL. ".Threelumouo Ionoroc wlt
so. w at does Stengei, do? He brings _in Bob KuavAo, O naol., the No. 1Itinea i n IA / a 'stme S C eYS TaRI sKE 't e seocrte/.b,. t
eftywho Mt only gets Irvin- and Thomson, but arlso Yval the Uniated Press ratings, a ndV ohw m aml -.._LUC"ndm
So .nther ryight-handerretires the side, protects the lead, au third-ranked Kentueky do n ot$ outu a c cninfoo o grwer. rI
-the Yake send for the armored t aruck. swing bae k Into atlon until ..
After We' explosive out, Dul .oherot .Liddle off later this week, whileseond- l eultnn
hill so qey the young seondo-strirmg souihpaw didn't knowta nked Utah will be Inactive t"- a. 1Sl tahan d teet
-,whthr-h ews .comIng orissong. 0rbsom .then came in and until -sn. g.
"-r nv.. fir% jaust-ao.s heh.had been _oing from th first UNLIKE many other pe Ic oi "ln i
weelk of-the seae. IV-was' a spot that cA-li tor a pro, not a New York University will sports, the briek that is trdif- th ree?
taemr. launch a three-game southern ference between the teCp or- he-
-' r at Furman Monday eight, in a vtual known did not
..hiAKZE. TYOUR IMnoth"Ii olersnctwtion aglmehe s. owUnti Iold Ct!ge 'l a,,veryJt&-my-
S Winning the Most Valuable his first full season w atsn. will find Stanford at Seton Hall, career. .
eedeted and i's probably tinuetheleants couldn't have San Jose State at eloit, andLikeCerell, at the iithhour. A touch of-this, a pinch of that,
Ade It wi hout WIeirfted glove g and equlred talented bat. Arizona State (Tempe) at Seat- e ,so-- than comrnpbgenstate fer smd .
-; But what about Johnny AntonellU, could the Giants have tle. years of disappointents,besana t o somethigee...i".
ion without him? If they had to try it with one or the other, Pairings' n other major tour- ahees ll a good measure of mi.& a a bi of s t else...
hiofthe two would hpecarried thM the farthest? This Is namenta which start Monday fdrtu ileateso Ofteial 5 ,0, W- blended together make a -
to mau e suc elslan d would go with istsneta u am ment at H on. Tex. Bay s quit. discouraged. Blending's secre
te as a elder aond hfitt e r. o g uin ad ALady

uted he can n the ce ones and that's the mark Georgetown, Columbia vs S. bendpngen r
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centrate on building up the
pope's strength with gradually


increased amounts of food and
exercise.
If the Pope gets strong enough
it is possible the doctors ,.. i
operate in an effort to cUiv,. e
hernia of the diaphragM bch
X-rays showed to be the aln
cause of the collapse three weeks
ago. '.


Mendes' Maneuvers


(Continued from


Page 1)


A majority of politicians,
newspapers and observers pre-
dicted the Assembly grudgingly
would reverse its rejection of
German rearmament on the
showdown.
Statements from London and
Washington had made plain to
France the gravity of the im-
pending decision.
If Mendes-France wins, the
West will push ahead with the
Western European Union plans
for rearming 500,000 Germans In
12 divisions within the North At-
lantic Treaty organization.
If he loses, he is out, and the
Western defense plan as now
constituted is dead.
The Western defense package
contained four main parts-the
Western European Union to
control and limit armaments,
Germap entry, into NATO, re-

May P sdcu6te
Rio Official For
Socking Minister
RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 27 -
(UP)- Government sources re-
ported today that a high official
who punched Finance Minister
EUgenio Gudin in the face dur-
ing a political argument will be
prosecuted on a charge of dis-
respect of national authority.


Mario Bittencourt Sampalo,
president of the High Court of
Fiscal Accounts, is the official
involved. He told newsmen that
Oudin "offended my lihonor"
during a press conference.
At that time Gudin made a
vague reference to certain sup-
porters of the policy of oil na-
tionalization "with dirty hands"
from deals in oil equipment and
transportation.
Sampalo said he punched Gu-
din in the face for that.
BALBOA TIDES


TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28
HIGH LOW
5:28 a.m. 11:49 a.m.
6:01 p.m. . .


.Mr. and lN
orated thei
their DalDas.
a praomnt
deorfte't l
order andtw-
nmely ete


storation of German soveregln-
ty and a French-German agree-
ment on the Saar.
Friday morning the Assembly
voted against the first artile in
the WEU pact, which woult in-
vite West Germany, with limited
rearmament rights, and Italy in-
to the Brussels pact.
The Assembly voted 280 to 259
against the article of a ratifica-
tion bill.
It approved by 380 to 180 a
second ratification bill.
It approved by 380 to 180 a
second ratification bill on resto-


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In Utah, ARRIVAL
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SALT *L 1 CMY, Utah/Dec.
27 (UP).a came day
late for M evas yester
day, but it was too best on he's
ever had.' '
Ktsamneva, a Sanitor at a na-
val supply depot a reunited
with si of h 10 children for
the first tima In slx years.
The youngsters, ranging from
eight to 17 ya In age, arrived
here at 8:40 8a-m.m afterr a two-
day 646ght o elp financed
with $2000 contribute by Katsa-
nevas' co-wbrker at the lear -
field, Utah, naval supply base
near Ogden.. '
Two other I tanelva s chil-
dren were at' the report to greet
the newcomers. Another is serv-
ing. with the. UVLs -r Force in
Korea and-ltu 10th e4 about to
enter the- Greeks a ,
KatamnevaC wife also was ab-
sent. Her departure'from Greece
was dolye& be aUs. of lineup.
-Katsanevms, whohfs been tar
inglnot 1048 to t hte fall
together again, per d the sit
with such enthusl-it brought
tears to the eya -t-pIrport at-
tendants. One official said the
reunion as the most touohlng he
had ever peen.
Only Leonidas, 17, and Irene,
14, recognized their their when
they left the ahne that
broughV them her.j e o m New
York City. The oe were so
young when Kattevas left
Greece after orld arU. that they
did not remember hit at a!
They are Nikolac, 13. Areti,
11, Stullanos, 9, and Stavroula,
A large crowd was gathered at
the airport to agree the pale,
threadbare travelers.
Katsanevas did not wit to
find out -which child was which
before he hugged them closely to
him. c
The children, who have known


andtbeir seond Crstmas

tfiFbe arugt theirla Mer0
but t W. ha.ly of0 r
mote at
who redt help amiy
The ehildria do not know
Zngula yet, but they .-ope to
leamr go they 1n q sbt e
TI)- put themi In schol ust s&


up to Wgood Aftuan Olt"e1W,
just IM tny wonderful frflisd in
Utah."
R
0h
-


WASHIWIGT'ON, Dec. 7 (UP)
- Thq Unite& States pported
far les rum this year than usual
from PUerto Rico, Cuba, and Ja-
maica, alcoholic beverage im-
portber said today.
They said ax flr show
that in the first eight months
of 1954 U.S. import. Of Cuban
and Jamaican rum fel to 1982
levels. But the most pronounced
decline was felt by Puerto Rico,
the nation's principal rum sup-
plier. Th* island's rum sipments
droppeM almost 2 pEr cm.
The usiation of Importers
aid th 36,709 gaomn of Cuban
rum were mported In the first
eight onths of this year, com-
pared 'th 0,100 in the cores-
ondnvpertod of yearr.The
united, .0tes ln d 09.0I0
Pates 1Vk,000
gallbni of Jamaican aTm, com-
.n ,It-1h ft-M m lut.m VearF


r;.' .-.
fr-a
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sawid p a 1ooA9 L *battle-. r.
B ._ t e. ehAt away. W M
vrw re t and the wasG2to tte
ll over the o." lowest
For mme =n.. 4dim g the io-In.1 011s.
law of the dead mab, were ar
rested afte te shootit. The
Two later were ehrd' with as- all edu
salt with attempt to murder, In the pr
the wounding of the-t rancher veriaty
bthes, and were. leased e a .
oWl. ITlom
The dead man. sa identified as number
Roy Muench, 51, Port Art hur, try O
Teax. heI
Wounded were. Dalpen.e and
Sterling Garlingto the two
ranchers, and Travis Ui one of
the hunters from Browmde;. Met
'1llt, an Army eo poral on
leave from Fort Hoq, Tex., and U i
Clarenfe W m m-in-law
of u .ch. a trr part .In
in theB bat. They Wan charged
with assault with attpt 'to m -ur-
der and released n o$100 bonds AR
each. Dee. I
- othe her two hunt still wre No '
Img hMid, although no charges today
have been filed, Ion. ,
- A umrder verdict ws returned The
by aJaper peace tm o butof
Sheriff homai M 5aM he shore .


ration of t German sever- vers of pr vaton In elr some- o kln't file charges un til e
eignty. And voted 368 to 145 ,ton on the ile of Crete, ate em tfl ,ed just who ed the fatal
for a third ratification bill on thT first turkey dinner Christ- U.S..goveinent (45*35slw-
the Saar agreement. mas Day at a hotel In New York, ed tht this country I Pulle sad tht something lke
_______________ va thosall of rton'dwklngTe ulel i d thpt "something like
S'01tbO = uon d l thiss has been buili'g up the a
fitYmCftt u c ."4en paid there ad bea:
= p7 twith MX lot. oisrae p paeh l Tling'on
ther ow.n ast ig Thick-
b7 31 %fy Inthe woods s-
Low 1 W.-4Pep sMatTa.
pmrP The area is a metca -for deer
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day t look for a t og. Tey o gre on- n.-? i ",:
S. came upon htwothe. two others and
E t sttdwhe
Muenh accue td them of nootg n tionl W m to
his doand' enat' on. J..
-< '4tNs Dri ^^ W- TA@rheo body has not been iaioJ.
The % 9 As these de lon were
ton, dePhethe Preident
rt.oys..f* withlLhee:

s nck" 4th thue world rotary of State-Jea 'ilr
iniof 0 s at :2 am.m-s .
MAJ. GEN. LIONEL C. McGARR, Commanding General, U.S. n wb The uChief 0:t2ap.V'
Army Caribbean, visited Army patients at Gorgas Hospital dur- Oppenhelmer said 6ap peo- most of the o
ing the Christmas season. Above he chats with Stc. David H. ple are engaged In sctific re- ence with Dr.Ga
Samad, Company E, 33d Infantry Regiment. Fort Kobbe. search than ever before but be --- personal econo
(U.S. Army Phote) critied the ascitent. t for be- d Arthur. F. t
nim creoeupled we" ,rulte wEleven births and one death e -thecounell .F OSl'
,gardin the everyday world. p tal for the week ending Dec.
ie aid the mode ienist Babies were born to the fol-
'has become parted fcro the l parents of American na- President on
rest of mankind by qpeeal ued tion : conome rep
vocabulayleu, tehniqtVee and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Ha- in er
0a4onnot close our .. o o in-b ad *to of f t
"hoe had. .know tun, son; Mr. and, Mrs. James t n
center one actA kow.J Sibley, of Coco Solo.'daujt er n to L
Slve' tq various-to liv]e as Mr. and Mrs. Rober mit h, 4 a. W
of Coco00 Sto, daghe: MI. r roca
Oenheper a of the and Mrs. Floyd elm, of Coo r s
rp FhA 4 tudy at Solo, daughter. A r thys id
-4 theogrk the 1.1- du the _diinw, 4
olumi a' ir-lons and Mrs. clyde. C0. Crosdale, of Peldent exp ,
Mcen. Rainbow City, daughteE; Mr. andt
IMete Mrs. Milton A. ones., ofM Col dn Z
was,,~rbautter- son Mr.- a-d nVo. gum.
Aim*ande last ceurn, of colsnan..
Juni ag1,s, and Mis. Fernando Ttarres,' 0o(.
"SEEING" HER CHRISTMAS PRESENT "Seeing" with her ed hrora oAi u adM.0
hands, eight-year-old Karen' Kannenberg studies.a dolt at R A e aM ded Ia.u _arn" .i 'dlY1
Christmas party in her claps at a school for handictpedpe "niintaa dpro )oIsa -ere2i
children in Milwaukee. veloMd the alpeto


Red China's En-lai Denounces


United States As 'GlpqbI Agg
TOKYO, Dec. 27 -(UP)-Red Nations into adopting s u
China yesterday b r o a d cast a resolution purportingt. 0
charge by Premier Chou En-lai -China."
that the United States was clam- The United Nations p It
ering about the jailing of Ameri- send its secretaryMD
can "spies" in order to distract Hammar skoM. to P
attention from its agressions in the release of ,11
Asia. men imprisoned in
The Petping Raidio said C h o u as other U.N. natldas
denounced the Americans as ag- Chcu said the U
greasors on many global frcats in continuig to aggr
a speech to the Chinese Peeple's tianal eM in
Political Cinultative Conference West, "at making
Dec. 21. to 'entd and
The moiing of 493 delegates misa and
from all parts of China ended Sat- oet h p
urday.h rea and prepare
Chou sald the recent treaty war2
between c United States sad "De to g es
the Choine Nationalists was a hep gitor*mea c
serious war pfevocatim."
"To cover up the aggressive
substance of the treaty. the Unit,.
.ed States is deliberately creating .4
n on by setting up a elamer a
bout the 13 U. S. spies who have
Jus tly convicted in Cbinaed
11 ha a. u -lated the ..-


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VATICAN CITY, Dec. 27 (UP) Christmas holiday and is stead-
Vatican sources said today fly gaining strength .
opeb Plus XII made "very ep- The sources said the 78-year-
46,raging" progress over the old Catholic leader's condition is
now good enough to enable doc-
tors to dispense with the blood
l and plasma transfusions the
Pope has been getting since his
near-fatal collapse Dec. 2.
Since Christmas Eve there
has been na trace of the hiccups
that accompanied the Pope's
gastritis. sl
Prof. Riccardo Galeazzi-Li S
tele Pope's, physician, reported
after his early morning visit
that the Pope had spent a "very
restful" night.
The Pontiff rose shortly after
Sam. and listened to mass
from the armchair in his study.
Then he ate a breakfast of
lightly-boiled eggs and read the
newspapers,
Pope.Plup is working steadily
PP-tie traditional 4,000-word
Christmas address- which he
hopes to' have ready by New
'Year.
His illness delayed preparation
of the address which will In-
glude an appeal for world peace.
When ready the message will
be published in the Vatican
-. ...... newspaper Osservatore Romano.
,- Desplfe the Pope's partial re-
I Robert Stevens, a 21- t to.activit and the cheering
er-oid father, is being held effect cthis two-minute Chrtst-
Without bail t ,NOrth Prov-' maw Do appearance at .his
a ac ., a-charle of goo.owl O overlooking..St.
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1954
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE PITR
S^ocial and vJth
erwiAe
Box 5037, -J>
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IX. Simpson Leaves
For Greenland
Lt. Robert Simpson, USAF, hat
returned to his station at Thule,
MEETINGS
Each natirc lor Inclusion In tab
column should submitted In type-
written form and mailed to one of
the box number listed dally In "So-
cial and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetlnp cannot bo accented by tele-
phone.
Bridje Night
The regular duplicate bridge
games will be played as usual
this evening at 7 at the Tivoli
Greenland, after being home
Christmas.
'J';1 Guest House and at 7:30 p.m. at
"Margarita Service Center.
Horine's Visiting
tarey Family .
Lt. and Mrs. Larry E. Honne
of amey Air Force Base, Puerto
Rico, are the holiday guests o
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Stacey of Cocoli. Mrs. Horine is
the former Mary Ellen Stacey.
Also home for the holidays with
his family is Everett Stacey, now
s sophomore at the University of
Colorado.
^/rnt
encan
m
'en u
MRS JOHN J. DAVIS, wife of the Commandant of the USAR-
was placed in the home and decorated *er *",w;e"; f*d
todies returned on Christmas Eve to presentthe gift, of food,
clothing, shoes and toiletries.
avnFiVS jARINEN WEDDING WELL BE SOCIAL
ivENTOT TOMORROW AT FT. AMADOR CHAPEL
Ft. Amador Chapel will be the scene toorro* p-J
o/ a wedding at which Mis Jean Saarinen wM exehun vews
-iw Mr Francia J. Haydel. The marriage will unite the
SuVhUr' oFfrMrCU.nd Mr.' Albert^ Saarinen of Balboa and the
son et Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haydel of Ancon._____
El Panama Plans
New Year's Eve Dance
The patio of El Panama wl
be the scene of a New Years
Eve "al dresco" merrymaking
with two orchestras
music for dancing.
Price of admission is S2, whicn
includes noisemakers favors. Res-
ervations are being accepted now.
Miss Saarinen will have as her
only attendant her ***
Mis. Robert J. Saarinen; Mr.
Norman Haydel will serve as his
brother's best man.
The ceremony will be perform-
ed by Rev. Father Michael J.
Wve, and all friends of the couple
and their families are cordially
invited to attend.
Faircbild entertained
Dinner Guests
On Christmas Eve
Dr. and Mrs. Graham Bell Fair-
child entertained a lew clou
Jreinds at dinner on Christmas
ve in their PaHilla me Abat-
ing their parents in welcoming
the guests were Miss Alice Bell
Fairchild and David Fairchild.
Those who enjoyed the tot*
tional Christmas festivity with the
Fairchilds were Dr. and Mrs Carl
Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Trapldo, Dr. and Mrs. Leon Ros-
en, Mr. and Mrs. H. M o r g a n
Smith, Mrs. Ruth Getz, Miss O-
live Brooks and Mr. F. M. von
Krusenstierner.
Guests Arriving
Mr. and Mrs. Porter McHan of
Margarita are expecting M r s.
Walter A. Freudigmann tonigh t
from Tampa for a visit.
HOW TO DO IT TOY KITS ARE
EDUCATIONAL AS WELL AS
FUN
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
The 1954 crop of how-to-do-it toy
kits provides practical lessons in
soup and sandwich making, baking
and cleaning up the kitchen after-
ward. They will yield dividends to
American family life long after
.Christmas,
furnis h i n g, Emma Sheehy, associate profes-
sor of childhood education, Teach-
ers' College, Columbia, and chair-
man of the Toy Guidance Council's
Advisory Committee, states: "Mor
and more the kitchen is a center
Mary Seigel Will
Speak, Receive
Honors Al Rally
A Girl Scout Rally will be held
tomorrow at 9 in the Corozal
Theater in honor of Mary Seigel.
Mary, of Balboa, represented
the Canal Zone Girl Scouts at the
international gathering in the Girl
Scout Chalet in Switzer land last
summer. She is the first Canal
Scout to receive this great honor.
Mary, with the United States
representatives, aailed to South-
ampton on the SS United States
and spent five days in England,
five days in Paris, and a month
in Adelboden, Switzerland.
While in Adelboden, Mary and
her fellow American scouts shar-
ed their knowledge of camping,
songs, crafts with other Girl
Scouts from Brazil, Germany,
Finland, Pakistan, Italy, and
Sweden.
Home for Christmas from Penn-
sylvania where she is a freshman
at Grove City College in that ci-
ty Mary will speak at the Coro-
zal Theater tomorrow about her
experiences in Switzerland. She
will also show colored slides cf
her complete trip. These slides
were taken with a camera pre-
sented to her as a going-away
gift by the Canal Zone scouts.
Mary will show her slides and
discuss them at a similar rally to
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Reed of
Gatun welcomed their son, Rich-
ard, who arrived by plane this,,
morning from St. Carson. Colora- cooking play as girls and
r" it_______t. ..;.! h.vB *>nn:i nnnnrtiimties
..... more the kitchen is a--------
of informal family living. It is im- a
portant for children to feel that'be held on the Atlantic Side at
they are participating usefully in later date.
!;roup activities. Even three and The general public is cordially
our year old youngsters achieve! invited to attend both of these
creative satisfaction from mixing free programs,
condensed soup and milk, for ex-
ample, or stirring up a cookie mix.
Boys get just as much fun out of
should
do, for a three-week visit.
Mrs. William Scheibla, a former
Isthmian resident, has arrived to
be with her son, Mrs. Jack Mc-
Grath, following his loss of an
arm in a traffic accident.
Richard A. Korner
Engaged To Marry
New Jersey Girl
Mr. and Mrs. .John Maclver of
Scotland and Crsskl, N. J. Mac-
lver, to Richard A. Korner, New
York. He is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. John M. Korner who were
former residents of Balboa, Bo-
gota, and Havana.
Miss Maclver attended schools
in New Jersey.
After receiving his early educa-
tion in Balboa, Mr. Korner was
graduated from Governor Dum-
mer Academy and P r i n c e ton,
with the Class of "51, where he
was a member of Elm Club. .
During World WS* II he HW
ed in the U.S. Army and is now
associated with General Motors
Overseas Corporation in New
York.
Trapidos Will Be
At Home Tomorrow
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Trapido of
El Cangrejo have sent out invita-
tions for an "At Home" tomorrow
evening from eight o'clock on, at
their apartment, 41 Alberto Nava-
rro Street.
I.aatz F.atertaiaed
Christmas Morning
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Laatz
of Blaboa were hosts with their
sons on Christmas morning at a
Christmas breakfast for a few
close friends.
No need to poke about Baby's ^^^^l^t'^UZ'
ore mouth, seeking that f i rst Mrs r rankie -n*h t of
f K0S1S& nnew,^rtS.;h^dauhter,^.on.in.lg.w.
breakthrough will be a spoon orj
rattle clicking against it. B a hiy Jr. Hall l"*
may do it himself, enjoying lhe To sutes
ant an EmStttttt
LK-Kto!r?r.^^thtW2p,-5 o?yiVde.th of his
and there is one on record who-father. ______
didn't have a single tooth until
have equal opportunities to try
their hand at simple food prepara-
tion, dish washing and clean up
routines."
The Campbell Kids cooking set
is the first juvenile kit designed to
interest children in planning and
preparing well balanced, nutritious
meals. This includes an aluminum
saucepan 6 cans of soup, as well
as all the utensils needed for pre-
paring and serving appetizing
lunches and dinners. There's a 18-
page child-tested cookbook, too,
plus a chief's hat and apron, paper
napkins and place mata.
Another new "how to cook '
set features molds for making
chocolrte animals.
Miniature broom closets include
efficient mops and scrubbing
brushes and miniatures of clean-
ing products. A new tank-type toy
vacuum cleaner operates on a bat-
tery. The latest grown-up models
in cake pans and double boilers
have toy counterparts. Toy stoves
follow the latest models in kitchen
ranges. ,
Eat-O-Mats, a new toy kit makes
and the fulfillment of* {J^ungsteV0color their 4>wn
place mats and arrange cut-out
Ruiz Cortines
Asks For OK On
$90,000,000 Loan
MEXICO, Dec. 27 (UP'
President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines
ased the chamber of deputy
yesterday to guarantee a $90,-
000.000 loan now being negotiat-
ed from the world bank.
In his message to the Sunday
session of the Mexican lower
house, the chief executive said,
"I consider lt beneficial to con-
tract long term foreign credits
to continue the electrification
of our country, the improvement
and expansion of our transpor-
tation system the production of
fertilizer and the fulfil'-
our maritime program."
Rule Cortines said the world
bank had indicated its willing-
ness to grant the loan, provided
the money was used "for projects
that would directly increase na-
tional production."
He aid the government
planned to invest $40,000,000 in
replicas of silverware.___________
Jap Atomic Survey
Mission Take Off
For Europe, US
TOKYO, Dec. 27 (UP1 A li-
man Japanese atomic energy
survey mission left Saturday by
a SAS plane for Rome, the first
stop of its extensive three
months study four of Europe and |
America.
Prof. Youki Fugioka, dean of
the College of Physics at Ksolku
University and leader of the
delegation, said at a plane side
interview that his delegation
willbe split into four sections and
make an intensive study of vari,
ous phases of atomic energy.
The delegation hopes to ob-
serve the latest development in
this field in Europe and Amer-'
ica to apply the result of their
observations as a basis for de-
velopment of nuclear energy for
peaceful uses in Japan.
electrification plants. $30.000 000
in port development and $20,-
000.000 In the fertilizer industry.
The President's request was
referred to committee for study.
he was 18 months. If bby seems
to be experiencing much pain in
teething, ask your doctor if there
it something he recommends to
soothe his gums.
In the Near East, it was once
the practice to put opium under
Baby's fingernails to keep him
from crying. Today, some des-
perate parents give baby aspirin,
without the doctor's advice or
even liquor. But it is sensible to
Wilson SchraaU
wedding Today
The Ft. Kobbe Army Chapel
will be the scene oi a wedding
this evening when Miss Suzanne
Mary Schrantz, daughter of Col.
and Mrs. George N. Schrantz,
plights her troth to Mr. Albert
Stewart Wilson, son of MMrs. Al-J
bert Stewart Wson of Radburn,
N. J.
The ceremony is set for $ p.m.
even liquor, nui h is bchbihw > ,"*." """"Y. -...
lili ? find, when these house- and will be foUowed b, a recep-
hold remedies are suggested that
you want to fix what's making
him cry. not stop him from cry
ing. The crying is his only way
of telling you something's wrong.
Baby's first haircut may be a
sentimental occasion but may
also be an hour of horror if Ba-
by objects. If you can entertain
him sufficiently to nibble an inch
or two off with blunt scissors,
food. If not, let him be a long-
air until he is able to take the
occasion with equannimity.
on at the home of the bride's
parents, Quarters 183, Ft. Kobbe.
Bridegroom's Motker
Gives Rehearsal Supper
Following the wedding re
hearsal last evening for the Wil-
son-Schrantz wedding this eve-,
ning, Mrs. Albert Stewart Wilson,,
mother of the groom, entertained
with a dinner at El Rancho.
Fran Saa Jose
The Costa Rican Ambassador
and Mrs. Jorge Loaiza have re-
turned from a trip to San Jose.
To Replace^the
BROKEN TREE ORNAMENT
or to get the
XMAS CARD YOU DIDNT
MAIL, come to
MORRISON'S
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TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAItT NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1954
THE MARQUEE
BY DICK KLEINER
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i-HE RECORD SHOP: A strange
record seems to ue beading tur
hit territory. Its Dccca s rtsasv,
! "O.ien Up your nearl and 'Hie
^,L,.j is counting On Vou, recoru-
u by the Cowboy churcu Sunoay
^ bc.Hivi, a iiuikii ot uve-year-oiu.v
m 'ue tunes were written Dy NHb
fifcil ui Houses Mammon, am.
I tiie record sold 175.UUJ copies in
*.*> iis um 10 aays. j\ow thai ive-
1 year-oius are making h 11 s, it
* won t be leng until we hear oi Ba-
w by Dudley uiaper ami ms uurg-
~ ling Knyinm.
There's more to band music than
"""" oompa-oompa. Ur even rata-tat-tat
tor one tnmg, mere's ihe sound o
a jet breaking uirougn the sound
barrier, ror anouier. mere g a
l/.ciuent's initials.
These are some of the ingredi-
ent ram Lavaiie uses in his
m nioucrn-day banu compositions.
'You can listen on his new KLA
aloum, "Lavailc At Work, which
inciuues an Air Force march par-
tiuiiy uuilt around the sounu o
tnai jet, and a inarch fcr President
tiscniiower whicn used the notes
u-D-E as a basis ior some in-
spiring music.
..a* alie, as you can see, is no
brass band boy. His Band ot Amer-
ica, long i010 mainstay, is prob
abiy uJSy's best concert band,
ann he concocts aid composes
with originality. Actually, bes in
the band business reluctantly.
i used to play in my brother s
band in Beaccn, NY., as a boy,
he says. "We'd accompany the
World War I draftees, as they
marched from town hall to me
ferry to go off to war.
But then he got interested in
orchestral music, and played his
well-trained clarinet in many fine
symphonies. He also did seme con-
ducting, too, but a band was as
remote from his mind as mambos
are from Toscaninis.____________
TV TOPPERS
DON McNElLL ("Breakfast
Club ABC-TV(: When three wom-
en are talking together, that's con-
versation. When one of them
leaves, that's gossip._______

"Tben an NBC official asked me
If I thought a broadcast of a band
concert, like a small town band
concert, would be a good idea.
Lav alie recall*. "1 told him no. I
didn't know yhat I was talking
about. This man asked me where
I'd played firit. Well, hebad fte
theri. because Pi .ATI. tSatj
band of my brother's. So I said i
peoples mufle. Outside of Newj
York, he sabs, every small town
has at least one band. Some big
state universities give band scho-
larships to high school stars, like
football scholarships. And he s
been guest conductor at many re-
gional band concerts where the
competition for sixth or seventh
trombonist is as keen as a nation-
al election. '
Tlis Band of America, incident-
ally may go into television before
leng. With a coaxial oompaoompa.
It takes all kinds of people to
write eongc. Last week, I men-
tioned a song writing barber. Now
comes Marjorie Goetschlus who,'
with Al Hoffman, wrote Tony Mar- (
Una latest. "My Bambino
Marjorie (Mrs. Emery Deutsch)
Tony Martin P-U| LvaU0
.S l... ... .- w u.....c>
Goetschius, one of the founders of
the Julliard School, Andre Koste-
lantz teacher and a good friend
of Brahms and Liszt. Her grand-
mother was Maria Stephany, a
famed European opera singer. Her
mother was a concert pianist and
she, herself, was a Julliard gradu-
ate.
So she wrote "My Bambino.
Following after "Let Me tie, I
Lover," TV has come up with an- j
other hit"My Love Song To
Yon, which was introduced on the!
Jackie Gleason show. The author
is Roy Alfred, whose father Is on
the faculty of the Columbia Medi-
cal School. His song's been re-!
corded by Bob Manning on Capitol, I
and it looks like TV's seond hit
song in a row.
DICKS PICKS: After three good
records, nothing. The three: "Two I
Ladies In De Shade of De Banana l
Tree (The Four Lads, Columbia); I
"Sincerely (The McGuire Sisters,
Coral); "I Remember April" Ad-'
rienne Kent, Bruce).
Jazz for a change RCAs "Jazz
for People Who Hate Jazz" is a
pleasant Introduction to the sub-
ject. Clef has some fine new stuff
featuring such favorites as Flip
Phillips, Illinois Jacquet, Charlie
Barnet, Gene Krupa, Meade Lux
Lewis, and Count Baslean album
apiece. Stan Gett on Norgran,
Herbie Harper on Nocturne and
Dizzy GiUesple on RCA complete
the new jazx releases.
=-, I TERRY AND THE PIRATES
PRECEXES AND HIS PRIENDB
Gentle Hint
BY MERRILL Bl OS?
"I'll have a zombW"
i Symphonic musicAngel has a
new release of Tchaikovskys Fifth,
with Von Karajan and me Phil-
harmona Orchestra, that's beauti-
ful. And Beethoven's Pastoral is
linked with the intriguing "Sound
of Nature" by Stokowski and the
NBC Symphony on RCA. This is an
unusual and fascinating bit of busi-
ness.
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