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MIUBINjl& KoErea, Dee. 19
.Py S tUnlted Nations
kt emmekrW letters today
.- m .et ated mer can
r~~I eend made pDn.
;rcSf|- of better day
histt oples by Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh,
during hib trial In Teheran for treason,
lea=s hs wesry
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Tax Out; Person4a
n -in .
Income Tax Lower
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19 (UP) President EiwiS
hower and his Congressional leaders agreed today time
scheduled tax slashes will be allowed to take effect Jm,
1 in view of past and planned Republican economir- I
This confirmed previous administration annoum
m he resent tax schedule calls for elimination of
the Eess Profits Tax on business and a drop of about O1
per cent mi personal income taxes on Jan. 1.
Toe Excess Profits Tax originally was slated to end
last June 30 but the Republican-controlled Congress vot-
ed to make its end coincide with the personal income tax
rollback providet'fr the first of the next year.
The a'Pnounoemen~ton tax cuts of foreign affairs were Secretary
was issued by the hite House X State John Foqter Dulles, for-
last nigl* at the end of a second rign aid chief Harold E. Stassa
day of enferendes between the a Chairman. Alexander Wih
Presider and his top congress (R-Wls.) and Robert B. OIapr-
sidhal lieutenants. field (R-Ill.) of the Senate and
The President said in a sta House Foreign Relatons com-
ment that "because of red mittees.
tons m ;expenditures alrey Welfare Secretary Oveta Culp
made and presently planned, It Hobby led, the seminar on soa~a
was agreed that the way as security and aid to the p iylal-
cleared ar January tax rec- ly handicapped.
tlons In personal income aes Wiley, after the meetag, -e.
9and. Maeste.EofiLsa Taxes.":. * W1ie aM aube
, tre ~3a iii, ti.tlo sat a his.
roam tbm cRe-
Tagil RIthi. anl
we waso am
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eo . = uk a -. *
lft h The eamndai inisCer oi
i We t
, ibg tried. Is
ma business, ob-
;t W not Ilkely that
opposition will oc-
I has 136 seats, the
he Shah appoints
' sbid the govera-
Ilure that all can-
le MaJlis be natives
Utuencles in which
ad encsme tel BaBre schedledule
for April 1. -he administration
has said if these cuts are per-
mitted new taxes must be rals-
ed to maker up the difference.
The tax cut schedule original-
ly was passed by the Democrat-
Ic-controlled 82nd Congress.
Mr. Elsenhower and his GOP
legislative lieutenants take the
position, however, that it would
not be possible to put them in-
to effect except for OOP econ-
The scheduled tax cuts will
cost the Treasury $5,000,000,000
in revenue over a full year.
President Elsenhower and his
OOP congressional aides wrest-
led with the politically-potent
issues of 4axes and farm policy
today as they continued efforts
to draw up a mutually-accept-
able 1954 legislation program.
The unprecedented meetings
were" called by Eisenhower to
draft a "lfrwatd-looking" ad-
ministration program for the
next session of Congress. He said
in advance he would lay down
the broad principles but would
accept changes in details.
At yhCtrday' meeting, the
send of three, the Preslept
and the GOP lawnmkers seeV
erred taxes, farm polley, ter*
ein a Ha lv th f*~ ed dhb
cgn. pOY, M av
lmitLk attee energy, St.
-Lawrence Seaway, HawaelLa
statebeed. l al security ed
White House press secretary
Jamer C. Hagerty said the dis-
cussio of fparn policy, labeled
by the Democrats as a key isue
the critical 1914 congremaial
elections, was led ay Agriculture
Secretary hra T. Benson.
Hagerty said the admintra-
tion's new fau progtsm was
not complete anCe Hensom
yet to recetve a report fi
enough detaMi, for a
* The participants
Clailrmern t f f Allaun I
Lawence watery ana fMur
project. But he added that no
firm conclusions were reached
at yesterday's meetings.
The question of Hawaiin
statehood a& administra1m
plans for pushing this
POM was explained by
nard M. Shapley, special wse
sel to Elsenhower.
Commerce Secretary Sinclai
Weeks and Benson led the dis-
cusslon of public works, includ-
ing highway problems. flood
control, reclamation and water
Ham & Legs
A unique way of carrying a
tin of'ham, landed a youngt
amanian girl in the Ba e
yesterday. Sh* was aiso
Caught at r w
the La Boc
she dropped,te tini "I
was caryig between
She first lade t att
nof ham at 9:25 a. a.
day,and returned abeut
later on a smtnar
of the com
.. rt nn
Id theold the
d9 1 t.P -
I lP discover-
ftd made "a
enl-d a check
o1 r.., r hi s 4 fine.
urnpl he maehine
,ck r. :i 'remittance
477' -. '"T '
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P0n MONTrN. IDVANCY 1.7 V*0.
p p SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE ., ... '0 00
w4 ON.S VA., IN ADVANC-.- 1ea 50so 4 0 By VICTOR RIESEL
IS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN Some strange things are happen-
4llS I Y OOCUing to the class struggle.
in Connecticut, a union give a
SO boss a $4,500 Buick out ofsheer re-
spect and affection.
F 'In Pennsylvania, John L. Lewis,
who used to chew up Presidents
SThe Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama Amer- and cabinet members at the rate
in. Letters are received gratefully ond ore handled in a wholly confi- of oni a month, cheerfully approves
nrtiol manner. tne fraternization of his people
if 'you contribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the With President Eisenhower's Secre-
next day. lttersn re published in the order received. tary of tne Interior. And on TV -
Please try to keep the letters limited to one poe length, for all to see.
Identity of letter writers is hld in strictest confidence. In New York, a group of West
This nempCper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions Virginia railroad workers troops
expressed in letters frbm readers. into a skyscraper and sets up a
pr huge working model of a repair
"JUST LET PEOPLE KNOW WHERE YOU ARE" shop showing the Chesapeake
and Ohio Railroad how to cave
ir: $750,000 a year.
(For "Santa" and Hooray for me too). I lade ia. Emil Rieve's
"Santa" is like a good many people Who because they have CIO Textiladephia, Emil Rieveth-
lived in the same place ~or 372 years think that everyone should CIO Textile orkdemands Union withre-
draws its wage demands and re-
know their address. news its Viscose 'Co. contract: at
They don't stop to think that every year some postal clerks the old rates because the industry y t
retire, some die, some. take better jobs, new men are hired who is in bad shape. '
never heard of "Santa," and some don't believe there is a Santa And it isn't just the Christmas
Claud. spirit. This has been going on for
Every piece of mail that Just has North Pole on it has to be months in one case for years.
piven directory service, and a clerk could deliver 60 properly Obscured by the headlines over
addressed letters for every one addressed to Mr. Big that just has more explosive stories, these de-
Zona-del Canal on the front. velopments and scores more-
I you noticed "Santa" didn't even put his last name on the have saved millions in profits for
1~tter to the Mail Box, His importance has really gone to his industry, thousands of jobs for Ia-
beard.bor and have aided many a com-
And as for "Hooray for Santa," all I can say is: just have munity dependent on the purchase
your authority card out when you call for your package and you ing power of one or two big plant.
won't cause a line to form. behind you while fumbling through Point is, the War economy is
wallet.over. We're going back to normal.
ur walletll handle the ma It will take men of good will as
You let people know where you are; we'll handle the mail. well as men of brains to keep us
Daybe Fore Christmas out of a recession or worse. This is
just a small part of the story of
MOTORCYCLES IN CURUNDU the road back to peace with
Sir: profits and jobs as well as honor.
Thq recent letter distributed to the residents of Curundu, Just the other day the good peo. l a
over the signature of St. Col. Whitus, again illustrates the dan- pie of Connecticut heard that the
gers of dictatorial powers. The most thoughtless item involved CIO's Playtings, Jewelry and Nov-
is a 10 o'clock curfew on motorcooters, motorbikes, ahd motor- elty Workers Union will give the
cycles, head of the New Haven Clock and
I atn in in coinplete sympathy wIth those residents who have Watch Co. a Buick this week-end.
legitimate complaints; thoughtless individuals who persist in rid- It makes a good story. But it
ing their vehicles with noisy mufflers, (or none at all), through makes a better saga. This union is O f PfII
realdential areas, deserve punitive action. led by a man who seldomhits the
It seems a shame however, that rather than mete out punish- headlines, Alex Bal, a rare m- BOB RUARK
nen( to thb offenders, te military police find it easier arbitrary- bination of intellectuality and in.UAK
ly to restrict everyone who owns or rides any vehicle on two tegrity, with a deep knowledge of
wheels. Lets look at the facts: the forces of class conflict across
I 1) There have ben many complaints of noise from defec- tnr his guidance I will be somewh weBlptoSuez, secret files asoI el didn't tel
tive motorcycle mufflers; however few, if any, of the of- 1,0o0 members at the company raising a tirs, this te haS y some supet so didn't
fenders in Curundu have been arrested. lent the fir half their pay wh le, n route rto Au ad n- gd wrso me spe s a thhit
2) The people who use motorecooters and motorcycles for te employ r was losing 0,000i a di, where I have L In mind. wfe over le h
transportation pay for license plates, and Sabmit to in- 1949, $500,000 in 1950. 0, 000 And I do not mind you that on his ear, or w thbrand
section for military vehicle permits, on the same basis 1951 and finally broke even la I would rather rasse the tiger than boose was, ever better than a se-.
as owners of automobiles. Why not restrict all traffic 1952. It is not known, but' the un- faceth holiday round of office- ond-r eland. Ani, where thera
after 10 p.m.? ion did send its own messages and drinklings and convivial, family or- was ever enough ie, or real-glao
3) The present rules state that all loud noises such as par- people to Washington to help the ies. With or without putmeg I glass. t atd
ties, raalos, etc., must cease after 11 p.m. So, theorectic- firm get a million dollar RFC purely despise egqogl. The office party Ji supposed tAs
ally, I can raise merry cain until 11 p.m. ih my hduse, loan. It readily accepted an t in f may nave touai Islthe ie a rne m and sweepings ot
keep the entire neighborhood awake, but I can't ride my centi-e wage to speed production, ore, and beeply that I feel side. bm te meanagemets y tou are eI
motorcooter home from the show after 10 p.m. How silly Now the company will make I feel it so deeply. What I feel for.tfe boss relieves you are every
motorscooter home from the show after 10 p.m. How silly o thea mp oon wll uits egnog goes triple for such hol M good as he is, and Is le
can you get? $50,000 a year. It soon will up its n triple for such bo a he and Is
Suggest that if the military police in Curundu are so inept I)ce to 1,500 workers. They h5U vy tled as ilogg, all, kinds w.l o apu
that they cannot control the actual offenders on an individual aio e dollars year in py- which m that gets v te kinf accusations of wso
basis, then they should relinquish the policing of the area to the won't hurt New Haven at all. i per wh q in who still can't find
',anal Zone Police, who are professionals at their jobs. What does it mean to Bail? als t t w d h~' LJ' .P.i
SrThen perhaps it wouldn't be necessary for the would-be Hit- From his sickbed, Bail-said phil. get chased by their
In e Hopsng Offce to restrict every ,eol er ofi horwbeel- sohCly to me the other day'
alrl n ito nun:in ca syd wse type tCherdl hodonp is
tprcycles. e can all help make industrial rally s wt he peuia -feelng whlchz
Disgusted democracy work in our own capi anity that aus tm to be., the suppiJ .I anod ettlig
-talist famework and free nter- inoWhich tl the wnstabrS 5 ~ "" .' *
CALLING KZ5HG prise system. This is the future for eacve as la I always Ita ea h
On Thursday, Dec. 3I heard KZSHO calling HRIUA or HR1JM s scarily fired an e a0 of that you s p Mxet gtio
at 2:32 p.m. EST. At 2:35 he came back, contacting a Canal Zone For John L. Lewis the problem cheini g sa me, etuto reaky with the vl haPg
station. At 2:41 he came on with a CQ for Hop4iras, same two was king-sized, but the pattAern the o an d throw fi cbt el tu s or that th eiW-slt f lrl en r1
stations. Again at 3:43 and 4:05 with traffic her same. His industry, thoo, is antd the office help ot o s peter as a result of havig e
Signals were very good early in the If but from 3:53 ticking right. So for the first time hrs and nymphs. Not to mention garter-snapped orhLrd an _enes
n there wa quite a lot of interference amateurs. in 10 years las month the accuse or i, if you want in the o l f the re's
would ived '.Anthracite Week" in .1 have never attended an office od ship M.V. Autiltra, bou
be too much trouble. Would also like to here from someone there like the election of a Miss Anwa somebody didn't get seick, a e- to have it Win4~srzi n
i ho saves stamps. If they write me, maybe we could both in- cite, parades and banquets. But to body didn't get slugged, omelhdy presence. Eveb' on i rd aa 1
grease our stamp collection. John L.'b people, and the scores of didn't bust a bottle into the top office party somehow atll seems
boegte W. Venter companies involved, here was life
3 ih Avenue. and death. They have to sell more
ta o egton, NIt. J.' apede morn ed tihi S hock T re at mt
rwlngton, N.J. coal. And John L.. approved plans
for speedier, more mechanized din -
ging so prices can compete wiT a
S( 'et your XMAS CARDS Ik'. Secretary of the Interior, By Bruce BioSit
Sat MORRISONy'S aDoulau K who has been
a sworn at layr since the day he --
|(Oppoeste A v Pgot Office)" was 0ar got upat one of the l etoh
Sof the Utdie s expressed in an un. n just a bit tdi ha r i pe he wurd F
mistan k ablce its determination T rae the mn0cy uiai5h Dr pe
tion." Atdblwlsr sept word he'd ne'r one orr- ut
do evettle couldSo help the dent as "hat anger," t I warranted
industry yl" .ek prestige in the Newspapers called his approach one ly to.
nation's s, "brautamlt." butt
Sword Chessp he French for R long time have shown little many
S FAbout a tiOme, the Chese- apacity for action in crAlel rtei s of foreign past quarrels.
uEu'm akne- Rts 1AFL' ,rnpairs policy. The most they seem to do is talk about a d fa
Sn sng.e iAi pat acting.AL But a good deal e the talk centers on United
iIu^ aIRCUIT "dr
M 1WI, a., "yiard s. Th oonwa tfeir not dong an Bttg..es
minnguitene had tolet their t the same time, the avr to have little hmwg
ssI how to remodel one of the stomach r the sort of th k chth I onevtabl
,l'i 5 ..A..I h,^ adou repair vyarda. They foDowa their Inalction. Bualle.
COMEDY... LAUGH HIT,..
1:10 3:06 5:02- 6: 54F iT
TwI i Cw&A1. PAu?
parting the action ovqe
A GILBERT WHAL OF
Whls must strike many'-Alberlian as odd, since
the French have felt quits free to rail against the
United States thMsreig t I peLled in which we
have been acting-most often for the evident
benefit of the French.
fndoubtedly we have made a lot of mistakes
th deserve criticism. But poelbly it .k better
to be crl teled for trying to 49 something, than
tr do nothing ad then dulge in anguished
walls when inlctle n Is auld,
,The truth. abo the Muftwb l that they want
the comfort of lastl w b penalty. They
want to be h; bu 6not of I d. They want
tUay the fruli of h tP without the pain
ojfe' inescapable ordeals
u t_down the, qtanage of iti
a nf i
, am un
n beidp m
d, that was
ID WeLppoH. but an
ma o8, ais n
interested ip peace
emer'. Both are de
s it comes tU
so that ehdieatp ea
revolutloase their In
dnd ut MppiDarent
R that Rusid as
p-aaelme "aMtrt, the
A latta iJ'
I am pa*. .
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Too Wwllnd a cs eptable
Ie MEs. rs. Ie cancert, wto wB
TGem (I trk PW M -cordially invited
k a d M6%
a iltltfif i W fhe Card toel
a l; 'LJ,, p .., a -, ,,evit .+
mdia reSa ri teP..__na m p--t
-ra "'Ti o +- ...,+ t m',a -6 pa or ='=.
Si "T. to be. a
a Ws : ,o p.m.; b
&BBonds^^ F. atiri p*Bm.; -and
Ps. ,atole W A., s. M ,. seond toa ar u a,
vp'lPW tears' ev.
Ml their faUu oS
Ch apter of
to be Yen. fot.r :
of tis I ub la iK m I-
,,m .a Dcember 3L .
mi u:M *.LStj-.4 M
SCbrtt For Youth Fellow-
Wot the Paelfic aide will hold
monthly ra Tl at the La Boca
Mision Church to-
1 y commemorate
trlog and sroecll
deredi by *te choir.
b i nviited.
*T i raiifti~c afifvm i eni r,
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f u ryFas ior ,
( ''at Budtet Prices.
Fr .i.-hat speedo" gift,
we 8Mi "
s.. Rels I& ri. e.
Whv kmut roo*ved miwne of the
, iilHy I on, in dlnolte pamtl, ..
-tlM with the ft lace.
A V Reaalte a lIn huiolous
i. .oned n .
CGm, from. .4,.$7.95 1
UI afironL &-65.9
r, 5sbgU. ArdmJ;roiucU
^ ; iilPiriil rapd
4 tp st t Industral
oMIrtt Puertb Rico.
mtiO_..e o+ atta neor
5^t,' fll., inc~ c L nome
M for t ya counted
law also provides for a
rear P I of tx exein mnp-
u fries. Tble ineludes
AM-derwived from utlUa-
m wlA e to thewm
'W We will be open at
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Booth Wet Ne gN mai
19 so*N Pao
national bt not too bad,"
'West's vercall In South's void
suit muct have encouraged the baW
lief that North had -some hih
cards which would at icWly
declared's holding. it the acea e
dubs were excooaged r the
pade ace or r the diamond king,
o slam would spread.
"West led the king of clubs
ProsC. tsoB or suees are not
brmgat. The a of adW must be
lont, and a successafflun e ofilte
san wetl prm it =ly me
"After soma tiAdeeu r eay
ed a small dub from iU ad
ruffLd. Two Lei >s-01eartA U kiced
Up the adverse truaL and it was
tme eu fr more hhedoa.,
des. Aftar som though. West
debarI on te ,d A
9. T.ir .d
oteh t 'sow le ag a Wte
ham e One witb the t0 of
pai.Mlbt it was. OOm dhsoOtemd
that i eat play welb'It have
So& ll-from a WbAe king and
jack, so drmy can then cash the
ten of spades. Them spades ve
South two diamond diseards. The
ee of clubS gives him a third dis.
card, which is all he needs.
Thb point about ruffing the open-
Irg lead is that South doesn't know
t that state what hewants to
djscard el the am of claub. It all
spendss en what West does when
tho ianst pade Is led.
-Gifts lit 4
We hav many amal gifts
...delightful presents to
wm T a2 ",SymBo orw, '
DIAMOND a'&ll8IA fASTUC'l c
3 TO ITS CLIMN T.
THN @/O f LvtI .
P UR JEWELRY HEAODUARTERS
STORE i6 i CNTRt AVwNUE, PAKAM"
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For your shopping convenience we d all r ola
open il day until 9 pmau
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R AL PROQGRAM AT p.m. Bishop Regtnald H. Gooden i
STOBAL UNION CHURCH will be guest celebrant and
SThe channel choir of the Cris- preacher
S bal Union Church, 30 voices With the approach of their
er the direction of Mrs. Christmas season, a barrel has
is.Tiedje Sugar, will present been placed in the parish hadl,
musical portrait of the Na- as customary, for donations of
ilty" in the church sanctuary groceries, which will be distrib-
irrow at 7:30 p.m. i uted to needy families.
'. narration was written by
i ugar as an adaptation of Sunday Services
Dyke's Christmas Story.
Narrator of 'the program Two communion services will
be Duke Wilson; Setting is be held tomorrow by the Rev.
S George Cockle, Mark SugariJohn S. McDuffie. priest in
i John Sugar. Portrait figures: charge: Choral Eucharist at 7,
I e: Mary, Mrs. N. B. Davison; a.m. anti a children' -Eucharist
Joseph, Carl Maedl. at 10 a.m.
A special number by Bach, Evensong follows at 7:30 p.m
"Jesu. Jpy of Man's Desiring."
sung by a women's chorus, will a
be accompanied by Mrs. C. J. Oe-
-a,Tls at the organ and Robert Morse CharWes BIp
\ MacSparran at the piano. A # ( .
S .ass quartette will also' render
, a special selection.
Itainbw City High Shool To Major Dismantlina
.;resent Xmas Music Program
At Mount Hope' AHNc.
"At $ p.m. on Tuesday, the WASHNO'TON, Dec. 19 UP)-I
-RainbOw City Occupatlonal High Sen. Wayne L. Morse charged to-'
School band and chorus willpre- day the Eisenhower administra-
5ient their annual Christmas mu- tion is attempting a "wholesale
.gIic concert at Mt. Hope Stadium dismantling" of civil service and
The public is invited and will be a return to the "spoils system."'
\lirged to sing somecarols to the The Oregon independent said'
Sacompaniment of the band. In a statement that -no admin-:
An added feature this year will istration has done harm to the,
lre the preentttion of three car- civi service principle compara-
ri.f.is bl the Junior High harmoni- ble to damage inflicted by the
psra babd directed y C. E. Lewis Eisenhower as lustration in
SRegnald Prescott will direct less than a year.",
ithe band and chorus.'Morse. who broke ith the Re-
Carol Singing to Precede publican Party during the 1952
Xmas Eve Service at St. Peter's campaign, said he will introduce
he cobine ingin of car a bill i the next session of Con-
Thie combined singing of car-
o0. by the junior and senior gress to keep civil service free of
chor of St. Peter's church, La politics
Po ca, will precede a choral cele- Morse said any administration
"ratior- of Holy Eucharist on should have policy Jobs staffed
Christmas eve night, by "sympathetic" employes.
The carol sing commences at
"TO'p.m., and will take place But he said this kdministra-
Sdownstairn, before the entrance tion, in a series of c a s e has
'od the church. shown it wants "to make whole-
dommemorating the Feast of sale changes in federal employ-
the 'Nativity, the communion ment without regard to the prin-
service is scheduled for 11:30 ciples of career service."
I The Pacific Si1am Navliallon Compan 1
S.S. "LEVERS BEND" ...... ......... .....;.i..;. : .
*S.S. "SANTO CERRO" .. ...........................
*S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ........... ...................Dne. VI
S.S. "C. G. THULIN" ..................;..,..-.Jan. S
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" .................,........ ... .Jua 3
Badllos Refrienrato. ChUIe and seral Cau
NEW YORK SERVICE
S.S. "ESPARTA" .......................................D
S.S. "SAN JOSE" .................................. Dee. 9
S.S. "MARNA" ..... ...................I.......an. 2
Weekly callings of twelve passenger ships to er Yqrk, New
Orleans. Los Angeles. San Franilsco and tfm e.
Special round trip fare frqm (Crstobal to New Tofk,
Los Angeles. San Franeiseo and Seattle.
To New York ..... ........ .. .........5...P
To Los Angeles and San Franiseeo .......... .5
To Seattle ................ ............. ..... .
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FAs rImRO L.nver I ~C rerwEar ''
KUROPF AND NOKTB AND io111 PACIFIt COAur
(A UmOe Mubm d Ps.... 2aetm)__
M-5 Chili ........................................ December 2
SS V.loan ............................... :'" .. Jhuary I
6 .u.p Jn ry
TO COLOMBWaI, LtV. b, pEIV & Sr
SS Argentan ....; ... .... ..... December l .
TO tS'1 fAL AMERICA a WEST COAlT UAA.
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lie De IPanes ................................ X emlbl Mth
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SS Colonbw. ... ............ ................. Janugry
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sul ThLn 0 V- X +
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CC i the dispute.betwe
4 J ,' i lMeCC y and. the i adlstra- -
.a on'Chtas trade .~a t Smth
..... m d tU Pre ldent s a a dy-
tbero USjft Umtw
d the weekt jik within the 0P.
-4' Ie fle in ep. r 'b- ... soe -asiY h -' PIfferenee.
amBtai, 42t V i hthe
S the ttr S, s sm,,id
ii B proi, "Ca-
is aCc l 'itBe mIa' tic o r tg or-tfor:
Club the ute w toh gro
SW dminran C nC trade
Q24 inm M. -403 %, 0
O tM. chaeir n thea-at
ran the *'*Ia sW:b
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t y dis0on-
.,,e F ue trading wtt tis Chlase
a Mrs. ok .ftate toa Pos-
2. art 94"ei now'. bat mkaSt- t.PRis-
wes HkeM-D' 1.
.Expl 't" Atha
iet held a b-lat, the C'o6
Wwleers Club WednesdsaM
.oar two b ndEg.
air dates sa air Mrt
number of awards were
dbut the cjla!- o.th
mw the Mrateoabi
:oa ",, IMker wa. om
idAe W. Ad, xeeuti
R -. ... .i.1 J.v
,Sag-the est aware
though trade In i rategleg'oeds
logfim bba anned am the
S.lth, wb tesamty returned
from P Far Eastern trip, recalled
that he asad lraer this-week he
was "awympatlss" to McCar-
thy's viewpoint onn tra with
'But he added:
"In 4'be daltrence of opDton
between joe IcCarthy and tihe
President, I'm 'w)t the Presi-
dent and Duall beeaus we 4 on
on' t soon,
"I myself have questioned the
wisdom of tftew while at war.
But now we have a truce we're
trying to bring about. An agu-
meat esn: be made to consider
tbe view of the BritiUh and
To Congress Dies
T.CSQ I, Ariz., Dec. 19 (UP)
-Mrg. Isabella Oreenway Clnq,
7, the anly woman ever elected
to Congrnes from Arizona, died
today after a long: lllnwa. ,
Mrs. Yin, who econded the
flrat-sneraion -of the late
Franklin Delano Roosevelt for
President, wis el ete to Cou-
.rte A '",aea:.mrked two
It rM.e etArizona
l4M 9.puw i ILrbe strlci-
S rwas a .a.tlve of
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
IN. 31 Central Avenue- No. ThUll Avenue
",." w .. ; fIke s Team I
EUR AN FURNITURE STORE
Will be open all day tomorrow from ,8
a.m. to 9 p.m. for the convenience of
their customer. ;
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Absolved 0 I Cou
In Peru DrwII ig
LIMAot Dee, 1 f -UP) -
French p r hel Perrina
41, a i today of
reapmnibi I the drowning
of la 38year-old woman corm
panion durit ohe Of his explor-
atlon trlr through the Peru-
vianl wilderness. ,
Perrin- i recovering froi a
month faSt which he started
Nov. 12 u.protest against offi-
elal Peruvia red tap.. During
the last two weeks of the I r t,
which he abandoned Dec. 11, he
was kept alive with vitamin In-
'P Ma*Or itie dbdidc
there were no greunda to refuse
PerrT .to fki : the country.
Manl Out mrrnK ter of the
Ill-fated irl, had asked that
Perrtq h l -ndtf ctlrmll-
*ation ora e aeireuiutances v
his daughter' death.
Perrin etfiled the girl was
drowned when a small boat on
which they were traveling In
the Apurlmac River eapsled and
that the swift current swept her
away bqLore lg eculd help her.
PORT O'F PIN, Trinidad,
Dec. 1 (UP) The U.B. Naval
Station on Chagu~atmas Bay re*
ported today that two American
sailors were accidentally elec-
trocuted. .Their names were
withheld pending notification to
their next of kin.
The report aid the two men
were Instllzing an atenna for
a ahort wave rio when the bal-
loon borne antein fouled on
high tension wires.
The hospital corA to whM(h
the vlteUma ww attached, wor-
ed far three houpain vain at-
teMpt2fto reylv1ethna with ar-
tificl a ~l M NWA ,.
Don't worry ah I
first gray sand! Let k
"blessing in disguise"
signal to you to mkta
and do something
mining lovelier, a
relpx and let
over! For Roux QI'
poo Tint treatmrea
every visible setrwod
or gray hair, give
that changes your
Caution: UK only as difti
Dbilrktt1o In tha @ ablt at pfo
aDtbt 1.4e c... s. .
JULIO VOS "
No. MA" t8r41"
Telephone t-H1 .'I
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YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14.DII- p;iTS LQ
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OUI OFFICES IN IS ^ l"tBM T,
7 Street No. 13
Just Arosemena Ave. and 33 St
S. Street No. 26,
THE FANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No. 57
.je' II I
FOR SALE:-Livingrom, diningroonm,
pnht.t 'set. rr.ohogary desk,.mir-
lorsoi'tc. Eusebio A. Morales Ave..
El'Coapreio, Gray House with Redi
FP3R SALE Dishwasher "Cory" ou-
tomnatic portable, 60- cycle, new.
ley. uhcroted. Coll Albrook 3108.
FCR HALt:-Custom Mohogany -bed-
rom.. group; double-bed, springs.
;nitie` bles. choirs, vonity, word-
robe dresser. 1'24-D upstairs, 7th
.en Roosevelt Ave.. New Cristobal.
FOR SALE: Complete youth be- .
thitd's scooter, 3 child's rockers,
cotton rug 6 x 9. House 528; Loro-
FOR SALE :-Sinrmons double bed,
coil springs, cotton mattress $25.
Steel venetian blnds 91 x 46. 30
x '46. Phone Albrook 6224, Qtrs.
291 -A -----
FOR SALE: Electric stove, four
burner, large size $85.00; side-
bcard 5105.00; wardrobe $130.-
00 dresser $95.00;- ttwo night
tables, $15.00 each. Custom built
mohogony furniture, one year used
only. Tel. 2-3518. Panama.
FCR SALE:-Leoving Isthmus, o Ra-
c,o RCA VICTOR new. Table Mod-
el. 43 St. No.'15: Tel. 3-1445.
FOR SALE:--Dining set, table an; i
six chairs Rattan,-$80.00. House
5731 Diablo. Phone 2-3685.
FOR SALE--Cheap. Wardrobe, bed
vanity 'dresser, chairs 8 pieces.
Stoia with oven. Via Porros. House
FOR SALE:-Divan with cover and
chair with cover. Very reasonable.
722 Prado, 2nd floor. Call 2-6318.
FO ~SAI' Innerspring mattress,
*xjK Vg%, dbl,. new. Bamboo so-
i, r G choir. upholstered chair,
ookcose, Misc. items. Rousseau
17-I or phone Navy 3206 Mon-
i:-Refr.igrator. $65, Hot-
lDouble bed with mattress
other overstuffed sofa, 2
g choirs, $65. Playpen $5
$8, high chair $5, etc. Pan-
!307, Apt. 7, No. 7, Col.
[ AfFpuAeOent; ___
Rolls h Shar d1INR
e kroh BaHlledes r
Sixteen permanent employes
joined d the Canal organization
during the first two weeks in
SDecmberr according to informa-
FOR SALE:,-Marris Minor. Convert-
ible, new conditioh, .4,000 miles.
Quarters 9-B Fort Clayton. Phone
87-3217., . ;;
Walk Jfur bl Mcl eeml ve i .in-
Jnred ili': 'B y oui 4 V at
HASMO S. 1A. Tl. .34Z V ie
FOR SALE:--1950 Ford 2 Dr. Sedon,
radio, good tires, good point, very
good condition. -House 2044-B.
Curundu. TeL $3-6161,
FOR SALE:-Hll-"non' Mini, 1950.
duty paid, pefet.mechonkal con-
dition and! go h job. Two
sets of tires. Cpll -Conl 447.
FOR SALE--'41 'Ci i ion-
dition. Call 95-126, un.
FOR SALE:-- '49 qrcW .Z Do-Q
radio, tailored oat. t.. on
FOR SALE : 195f iiarir Mlaot
Door, excellent condition. Phorn
Mrs. Gibson, Panama 2-1840, 8 to
12 noon and 2 to 5 p. m.
FOR SALE --' 19 Mr4iidR 4-door
good condition. Reasonable pri
for tronspctiori. 124-D, upstai
7th and Roosevelt Avenue, No
WANTED TO 'UY
WANTED: -,Blonde Cocker Sanl (
before Xmos. Telephone 3-6 ,
during office. I'ourt.
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WANTED -. brie roIous .
work witfi 4V'rp .Ti-'
volAvenue Apt 1.
WANTED.-Relioble mid. washil.
ironing, haoiaibrfl-'k bd- w re
ces essdi-i Glyt
day,089 9T. 5360PIA 4 ~2
FOR SALE:'-" Triumph S n
motorbike. Call 25-3109.
Sink RV lav lileI
Sinic Rek 6inbat
tion from the Personnel Bureau. HONG KONG, Dec. L8 (UP)-
SOnly ven of the new employes Communist shore batteries a.nk
Were bred in the States while one of three Red Chhese gunm-
the otier nine were employed lo- bats .scdrti ul pds to 14peap-
CUgy, met Island tlnkng they were
uNldentffied Ianb reported
of the employes from the I in the area, it was Iported to-
.have ever worked before day.
S Canal organization, but
foa ,of the local employes w te The newspaper Kting Shelng
f formerly with the Canal.. Dally News said the incident
AINicVpermanent employes froti happened Dee.: 1 near the island
-tbe United States, their birth- which is a vital transshipment
. aces and positions are as fol- point for strategic materials go-
i g to Red China.
erenice'G. Conner, of Baltl- Shore batteries opened up on
-, Md., recreation leader, thethree Red gunboats alter re-
: William P. Donah e, of ceivinR reports that two "uol-
ont, W. Va., lock op identified" vessels were tracldtn
Iks Divisjo,, He 1n ,L, the escorted ships. .
of AnMo, CZ, AU;%,. T hie paper taid one' Commu-
IBureau; ward V. I, nist boat was aunk and thi 9ther
n,Conhn. floating ettte two may hAvft bdie damaged.
r,Dredgin Div tfo n:
SL. Rowley, of Akron, Phi ip
operator, Locks Dlyision; ip Morg n,
Si 8taley, of Los Ailele s,
werhouse oper..ti E- 0eorgia* $ Father
Diroih; and Wilam
c t New Orleans, La., F r try, b s
e, Health Bureau.
el employed l -cal- BAVANN + a. It nUP
-Wt., onmptolor- 8 N*na, Gl.,llc 10 4iPI
doimp^t.ollr. --.G. Phillip MorRan, chairman
tK t ~- K. TKura- of the Georgia Forestry Commis-
Navigation Divi- sion and called the "father of
Fouilke s Georgia's present forestry pro-
r '. 'hirai- ram" died yesterday following
o. a a lengthy, illnhui
GthOenermal Morgan,. a (o merr meber of
Kert Sb ;Board ,;of wll t#t, reeetly
Trout. was appointed to new seven-
1year term onathe toreAtry com-
Sov. Berman Talmadge term-
ed Morgan the "father of Geor-
B (U.'P)~ utia's present forestry program,
County jail, which has brought us from 46th
oat report, in the nation to first olace in the
Tois twice TalmadRe said he would name
t~. ntce MorRgn's successor on the five-
in la forestry co-mission in the
Agenela iate al. de Publeaseioms
41 Central Ave.
Perque Ldevre 7 Street
UI. B 8BERVICE
1s Cetmml Ave.
TRY our 'delicious genuine Italian
Pizza Pie, Ravioli., Spaghetti -
prepared by a Neapolitan cock In
our spotless kitchen before your
eyes. The price for one order ii
75 Cts HANCOCK HIAR. Central
Avenue No. 145, Tel. 2-3002, next
to Central Theatre. same side of
street, private entrance for s-
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic
Central Avenue "K" Street, cor-
ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
Cr stobal Clubhdaln Beauty Sho.
Xmas special: permanent wave-
complete, regular pice $12.50,
manicure and arch. All for $10.00.
Haircut, shampoo, set and mani-
Cure $2.50. Call Cristobal 1642 or
come in. Thank you, Manager -
Mrs. Esther Lorenzo.
Why does "The Lady Wat o
Mink" at the Drive-in Theatre?
CHRISTMAS WICORATIONS for
ems,. atiJes, lubs and egeui-
atiens. Chrstmas tree i sale
new. Amerlen Supply "J" St. Me.
14. Te t 2-I .
R SALE -Cocker Spaniel pups. 7
weeks old, AKC registered. WiN
hold until Xmas eve if desired.
SQtrs. 286-A, Albrook. Phone 86-
#OR SALE:-Long Playing Records.
Classical and popular AGNCIAS
DIAZ, 37th Street No. 6-A.
e N. 3. Second
FOR SALE- A
Boston Bull pup
pell's Cocoli B
press hours Na
-OR SALE: R
boo Inear YM
Puppies! Two r
er ,electric Ian
lop lathe. $15
bed and break
neous Phone B
150 Prospect St
today he still
nlsm will be tl
next year's eli
and conceded h
PrealdfIt sl "I
dously zod ob
intend i ti eri
cent ppfN re
m "_ sal
howet. 1 l
felt that e m
Ident wls sakl
take. I'm sur
have the guts.
of dut t pe
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RESORTS I FORSALE,
WILLAMS' Santo Clof 6ubt CotI AuI: iAE I
toop. Lrana. c l,,, em,, Ant;idM ,.
ner beach. Balboa 3050 ecept- --
pl. Ocide t Santo, I
Cl=.Box 435 bab. .Phone [i
mton s 81877. bI -1613. .
Houme on beoch. Santo Alj
Phon SRA 13 r89
or We captaker ttt.
Gramfch Santo Cara Bmeh oaltges.
electric refrnlsati.o,.. .vm es. s
moderate mrte.' Phe'ne. *or 1
FePer's CottBeg s Oei" MW tlt I
Santo Clara. yeo e ou'
ALHAMARA APARtOW-NI |
Modern 2, 4 arnd 5 nmt, lmished
or unfurnished. AlhnamW Office
8061. 10th Stnr, C Te l- 1
phone 1 6.
ATIINTIOVW L Just bl*t umddern
furnished opertment, oin, t wo
bedrooms hot, cold woq Tel-
LOR RENT:-Ultra modern o. bed-
room oaprtment if El Cangreso
with furnishings. ','.sfned by
Heres. Tel. 3-015qqv .I
FOR RENT:-A first r rtmnt
SFumished or smi.fumleW, porch
livingroom, diningrooU en &I
three bedroom; M 0trt. ,gath-
rodms. A oora0e. e in-
gooro W !9
Dells. r e eAt formationn coH to: 3-3A5 or 2-
Sheet. .3236. .
KC registered Toy FOR RENT:-Three adeflW,.4nfur-
Ppies. Male $100.- nshed, top floor, seryont's room. 1951
Navy 3812 Ge-. garage. hot water, Ecuador Avenue
eoauty Shop, busi- : No. 14. For information apply
rvy 3 2 1fly timer' downstairs.
olliflex camera and FOR RENT:-One bedroom furnish-
ega enlarger and ed apartment in Blla Vista. Tel.
arkrom S Tel. 3-4881, Panama.
CA.L I FOR RENT-Nice furnished two-bed-
11"061 room apartment tor one -or tw .
OGeme Sioeppbhtd couples. G. I. inspected. Carrns-
monthr. Four bn- quill 642, San Francisco. Tel. 3-
.00. Table. sini 1'
ewt ist. Mir41el. FOR .RENT;--Fui Jid apartment;
olbo 1389. House Ilngrodm, dirllre.iom, 2 bed-
r. rooms, gas stove, refrigerator. 43rd
street No.. 64, Bella Vista. I
*Ij FOR ENT-ExceptHonldy beautiful
furnished bed-livingrooM to one or
two persons of goo taste, privetr
|la jk, l 'th id SIhnme, directly at but-
|kei' ~lotiMo, best Bella Vista sectiah.
Tel 3-0638. l
SFOR BlORIT-Small apartment, parlir,
dining oom, bedroom and kltch*i, .
$*45,t. J.se de FAbrega No. 18,
ec. 19 (UP)--Sen. pa Ram6n Castro.
hy (R.-Wis.) said
believes commu- FOR RENT: One bedroom o-p
he chief issue of ment reasonably priced. 2 34
section campaign )nesRoad, phone 3-517
i s view would be FOR RENT.-Furnished one
howcriticism" of oprtment. kitchen. in privtrSf
d hower. idence. 48th St. No. 3.
dflng a tremen- FOR RENT-Aportment pord ilttI g
i and he did not room two bedroom, din a d
Icism, but he said kitchen. Housk 9, 7th. St. -
n have a 100 per quo Lefevre.
cord." FQARNT: -- wo three
l. that if Eisen- P. th
the Senate "and
an who was Pres-
Ing a grave mis-
e that he would
brains and sense
ak out as I am
The W ibuia senator did
not exaiL what he meant by
"'a bli't' 'Ib u-
ed t eaglt re at _a ltii
aid th u who trade with
Red Ntigs i
Ipro mpw' ia montua heard At.
tPrney CnBUal Herbert Brown.
ll. Jr. charges' aaln
former rsilent Harry 8. ru-
man In M:Barry Dexter WIt
After 1 address before thi
TI "car" qpoe Club. MeCar.
thy told a conference then
jwas "no doubt about It" that h
was at odds with the PeslAdeni
over Allied tide with Chi-
was "trying t ae a ehalnge
McCarthy also saold he did nol
Dropose "any Isvestlgatlon ol
'Harvard as such." ip reply to I
!auestlon about his criticism o1
But the senate Id his Ur,
S_ anet inl am
Smay Ko Injti de ix
,A OILBERTIIALL OF exempt ito thK
CIENCE SPECIA.I! 1 status of lndl MWl donos Who
S E SPIAI! reontribute to colleges known t
SAIC A. have "Fifth Amendment Comr
SAMrLY mmunlsts" on their staffs.
He did the rammittee now La
'drafting a bill that would take
away tax exelptlaJol from msul
i I contributions. *
.pc Under the bil. he mid, ast
"SlVI su e I!eLET' .rl p.beb.g. r
MR tIVLEL3wouMl be Publi s eiMtrl
utors would eIL
up it The schools, hie cud
TEE I purse theMnel'as"romf the i
by firing the t4h lWlAWdm6at
t*, 1 Communisti." ..7
valid reason o
.* issue between
S. democrats .
l he id he
ioparments och with ht
bathrooms, ne for $130
and the other $60, good i
tial section, on.econd
floors. Phone P&snea 3,
a #- Al,&' .
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Eastern Division Champs Weightlifting Yanki es Whmb
Place Seven Men On Team Exhibition- Tod For Lop L am
NEW YORK, Dec. 19 (UP) The Eastern DI. At Balboa YMCA'
vision champion Cleveland Browns dominate the
United Press two-platoon National Football League Aun all star olbeympet
lifting team will be
all-star teams, a special exhibition
p.m. at the Balboa A-
The 31 football writers from The offensive backfield con- ranged for members o
league cities voted for seven sits of Dan Towler of Los An- ed Forces who trainwIt
Cleveland players. San Francis- geles, Joe Perry and Hugh Mc- or are actually don a
co and Detroit each placed four Elhenny of San Francisco and Ing.
men on the all-star team. The Graham. Spotlighted in this ,
Browns on the offensive team will be the undiputed
are end Dante Lavelli, tackle Lou The defensive all-star Cnds are weightlifter of the I thu in
Groza, quarterback Otto Graham Norm Willey of Philadelphia and the 132-pound class, Carlos -
and center Frank Gatski. The Ford. Arnie Weinmeister of New vez. who has come withMin
three all-star defensive Browns York and Leo Ngmellint of Phil- pound of equaling the *iJd's
are end Len Ford, linebacker adelphia are the tackles. Les olympic record total wei t el-~
Tommy Thompson and safety- Bingaman of Detroit and Dale sinki in 1952 by the .li n
man Ken Gorgal. Dodrill of Pittsburgh are the de- champion and gold me win- a
S The offensive team is made up fensive guards. The linebackers ner Chmishkyan. With Cavbes D
Bof Lavelli and Pete Pihos of Phil- are George Connor of the Chi- hot on the Russian's hlels for f
adelphia at end, Groza and Lou cago Bears and Thompson. The world championship in the P
"Creekmur of Detroit at tackles, halfbacks are Jack Christiansen featherweight division, gr ea t
Dick Stanfel of Detroit and Bru- of Detroit and Tom Keane of things are expected of Chavez in c
-no Banducci of San Francisco at Baltimore. Gorgal of Cleveland the forthcoming Central Amer-
'guards and Gatski at center. is the safety man. ican and Caribbean Olympics tr
when it is held in Mexico City
a' in March next year.
Others in the olympic team
who qualified in the recenbly
College Cage concluded weightlifting chanm-
o pionship finals held in Panama -1 n
City last week will be tbe. 148-
(By UNITED PRESS) SOUTHWEST pound class Adames, a t speedy.
strong lifter. In the middle-
EAST Oklahoma City U. 60, College of weight or 165- pound class Its
Western Kentucky 78, St. Francis Pacific 46 Dicky Paredes who in the cham-
(NY) 55 Texas Western 62, McMurry 53 pionship finals broke the Cen-
Rice 85, St. Johns (NY) 81 Amarillo 69, Lamar 58 trial American and Caribbean
Buffalo 74, Buffalo St. Tchrs. 58 Kansas Wesleyan 90, Phillips U. record, until then heldiby the
Canisius 66, Scranton 56 68 Republic of Cuba. with a sma th-
Army 81, Ithaca 57 Ft. Sam Houston 72, St. Marys ing 780 total in the three lifts; ,
Brandeis 76, St. Michaels 73 (Tax.) 65 including a Clean a Jerk with PoRESIDuNT W1. Fred J. n of rt
lona 70, Xavier (Ohio) 64 W T 310 pounds. the 1054 Panmr 4 presents the first yet's t
Middlebury 76, American Inter- Colorado College 0, Adams St. Bob Schultz in the heavy- tournament to f Jose A. Remon, enthu-
national 68 4Wter weight class and captain of the slat, a R. L. Debg a member o f t Con-
Duquesne 71, Texas (8 Western St. 6 'lehael. College champion team will also take mtiee, looks on. ,.
Fairfield 67, Rider 58 (N, Mex.) 44 part in this exhibition.,
New Haven St. Tchrs. 64, Alba- Seattle 7, Loyola (Calif) 5 Any weightlifters among mem-
ny St. Tchr 61 Ca ifornia Poly 87, Wmliams AFB bers of the Armed Forces- wi h- The 1954 Paanm Q n will be played January 14-17 on th
MIDWEST 81. ing to show what poundage theY Panama Golf Cd0wr...,Ts year's tourndnent w .Jfl~ature such
N.A.I.A. TOURNEY (Ist Round) can hoist in the three lifts. are outstanding prof tIealls' s 1952-59 runner-ipm S d
:rasline 81, Rockhurst (Kan.) 68 c i b u ordiallv invited to apply at t ending champlon-obto de VieenoC = R -I
Southwest Mo. State. 86, Nebras- BBsl Im front office of the Balboa YMCA. ton Heafnerd and the triumphal retn of.=I 0b1
kios Wesleyan 77, Missippi champion and former professional at BDrams Brook Country Club.
Soiten 1 IUi Unbeaten CHS7,Msiip
ut Texs t. 79, Flndlay U r ta Pre-tournament sale of tickets kill be confined to the all-
MagtTex" St. 19, Findlay 68
.iLC. TOURNEY (1st Rouend)n U b ea turh t L my l, event ticket priced a St00 which coversthe four days of com.,
St. Benedicts 75, Bethany (Kan.) OfDovi.uop petition and the golf clinIc on January 13.
Pittsbrgh St. 6, Emporia St. 58 BRISBAN e, Austra ll Dee. Purchasers of tick et may cast votes for i uramn*t i t
ashburn 103, Southwestern 72 19 (UP)-Ameriesn DaVis Cu . ui the rate of one vote for each dollar Value of tirckdtA sed.
Akron 14, Heldelburg 64 captain Billy T bert tme Candidates foi queen will be announ on S ayra it
Chclinnati 77, Tdledo 60 himself with Tony Trabet fan the cocktail party given by the Toun t C te, IA to
Colorado A&M 68, Drake 64 defeated the Belgian team of 7 at the Panama o .
' Wichita 100, Creighton 87 Philippe r am Ja. ,e .
Notre Dame 81, Yoyola (Il1.) 65 Brichant'1 s -2 a4-,J 1= l aT ig
Michigan St. 65. Marquette 60 today's crucial doubles mabch.
Mankato St. 52. 'Moorhead St. The win gave the Am rdeos
(MA n L) 50 a 2-1 edge %tb. Cranritobal High Schod's claim
iose 71, St. Marys nals between Beliumind e to Canal Zone basketball upre-
6 United States h the b macy will face Its sure test
I 7, Hilhdale 48 of-five teies tW be er L d tonight at the Cristobal Rymna-
l pOflers 95, Morninaide 57 tomorrow's ffastI sples slum when the high fly ng T-
Woste,88, Fenn 53 matches, users take on the undefeated Ath-
Jae Forest 79, Elmhurst 57 Talbert pulled Phi l letic Club five. Cristobal. too, is
Pladklin 183, Oakland 70 Vibc Setas, the. W undefeated as they plri hosts to t
SOUTH champion, out the mles a strong A.C. quintet The Tigers
,ansville 97, Tenn. Tech 78 match today and took his lace take the court with an enviable
Marlland 60, Virginia Tech 52 himself after Sexa piayt an 3-0 record. Twice they have de-
Aarshall 80, Georgetown (Ky.) error-filled match n losing to heated Balboa High and the oth-
Saio Brihant lin the opening round er victory was against J.C. Each
awnsylvania 98, Tusculum 90 of singles, win was impressive and in eachwe
case the defeat was humiliating
to the losers. le
A.C. on the other hand has two
L DAILY SCORE BOARD games under their belts, having on
scored victories over Balboa and a
Junior College. Nevertheless theof
FLSH FLASH FLAH Tigers go on the floor very ght
-FLAS FLASH FLA T favorites to chalk up win No.4_M
for the season.
With an untarnished season as
SYDNEY, Australia.-"From Here To Eternity" big in its their goal Cristobal High has
Wfeek... looks like the run will be 10 weeks or been putting in long and hard
hours of daily workout in
SYORK N.Y. In its 19th week In the Capitol paratlon for tonight's tray. 0
eahre "Prom Here To Eternity" is still mashing results of the practice sessions
*s. 1 has been a well-oiled machine,
probably one of the best bael-
X E.CIL A REX Starts Ja 1st handling teams that the Atlan- -- . .
ORrI.r tic side representatives have .. g
floored for an inter-school sea- CAMmA TROU -L 1 ral University NSa
son. Most impressive of all has Wae BSatee lo0ok at a camera, ca use 4f
been the Tlgers'"Big Three" ofA
Topper Didier, John 1e0 b uid
*:Jody Roberson. whose st e dlrt
t performances thus far this sea- Afwoa during l sr
rfornoy Teforoe am e sL
whllson has give an o er- o of
whelminrPoomU, to h r e o*1*miob r
AsI a I (A uo o leT o S).A basketball circles.
The Athletic Clubs quintet Is
T P R S players. Their roster is packed
kBIto brwith ox-high school and J..
IAINI4. UNI. performers and others who have
Iput In a tour Of duty in bask t- T
removal of their P rts andi t 1 roug o th6ihool- -" .
days. The scoilig .pimch cornieaioi @MM W~ed' Y
Acessories, Royal Tires, Sales ,from Trout and Gibson. uht they
will reeive plontiy o ,.ndp from o".'""'
e'at No. 45, Ave. Jo,, Fo.' other failiar names to '
Qsso (Automobile'Row). cagem t 6 bNITIA EPOt f.I|
Telephone 3-4704 itea --0,.o wm n a,
Lhe Ruture str of CrLatobal .-- 5 ql_, '
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INDIAWA O.fM Dec. 1 ( l
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A ts to the NeiOW on
alP r buslw Iso
of tbo we
O5l CoD I C
-to building the same track or hif
SpoA. A yas ago. Albany would have to rognize
t. ". TrTrUT OUT OF AUfI Bi OI
'. wholI w t ke the pitch? Origlnsiy former Supreme Coa
9S M WW BSlekk war to havb rattld the tn cup. act
a-ntiBiiell pa on Us py1ro lor ya a a. W0,00 legal w
.agBt iuM the word lobby in the p of a o ke
) cSw tbant .trns out he's I a o ohoer (12989
bus) In racket-ridden Xo brs and, of course, that let him hO
Next. Arthur Schwartz, who is esteemed. nolitcally, was co-
tiaLt waste sodeded ala emotionalts are cae
flJya~le mWuar. thaa Iniacy with.the t key /i.
_b w ed to be a drawbrok It miht ive th imnreMon ni
tIntermftl wee to be mesed, whereas this lpatmtY m
v~iA.lm g the-oJ' rea-oatim of which means more ant
aI jM9Btlu' -aes f orr layer. '" Iett
m e t ve miscostrued the ealities
'eUM an t %the WAltm,V terbilto abd Gutgenhelms I
with Alml 0"0 well wi
I,,l- J b a ,Ingtng "Br MY C You par/ we
f, i em w. aY, week, an ba
I be tk. The outtoded takes have under
ro o vto b ep oi
e'. Nafi1 thkWaa cWcaw? Coats ar.admittdly sky bh ,
.9J4hBa5lw l 4iiiM^to fiMnc. anl perae_4
.s.a e toh an lingrIe in the take, whik hhap ,-
t a w ay he tbeq. lowest. the 4uatf. 6.o pernt. too
MaM M?. Wou tent be sufficlnit? INam at mrdiy allyneed, ga
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W wt -for a contender,
nidew lg hamp Be
,pr tlilgfor a contenders
Usl aralhed-tbt t hJe Rln4don
fai a TWi non-titlit.-Ml ii
3n o h V 1n. ir, Mas. Tea
mpe lonI-and his map-
or D'Amato--told th
nldi~ateay the date
T)) I 4. 4, 1935.
S ears old and hbemi
jr round bouts when
A fitetr must
before 0e w=ns
den and I before
S ltotiders. Chriates-
a that Pattersm
i The unbeaml'
tuie dbythay problem is
TIe dsa reed
Snet Jan. t
ch light heavy"
t M- p. AWeGAe- moe
sgien Moon rea-
tdo er 2 fn. I1
mfarkln time. Johnson
ehed'lMd to lgfht JImmy
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munIU uUUnucu ui aurc urier.
Jd and Millard each nlrs-
ed tA patcheq. Bad 2 on- aer-
age .e It iji to be regett
t Ja) ae did not mpake a 1 po
the Oietltions, as he would
Very probably have been close to
the top This method of choosing
olub champion is highly suc-
and true trial of chami-
calibre, as It is with-
S competitor, who cannot
fhord at any st ye to have an
oft day. It is possible that saW
consderation should be given
to some method of aliowl I
shooter w0 o arem unavoidabl
unable to shoot in one or two 0t
these matches to make up thak
Oompitundorvm e eondl-
m Ig or some dutttiy
Unagreoi .to t ostu
Final sce for the top seon
aonhi rifle colnetitors
w. I a
o d, ,
M.m u=No m m o w A _I
thn or empire (
B L. q. e . fletah W ti-ough '653,
"ar piece pf paper.
I ow, whem the owners tit start
ST'eml. prov~ ~t bor.nW re g any vcoA.
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aIr the Bu~ll W77. Om)
. The police 4dn't fire Vi to
tbd usual taldard,hh has
gven rise to ti rmo that thev
sorry for Balboa flnaly,.
J them win on se o
6oldn't quit. Ho*4eer, uy In'
toriant who brought this stor
to the Pacific side ltha that
w a gross oanarq. i version
That the'rItdyW ad ta be
mUngiled across te frtier int
Psmama to keep Major Herman's
f tfrom confsaw it to keep
&h ad new of their flrt de-
Ieet from gettimE to the pa-
era. On the other hand, this
Jtpossiblb might. be a scan-
dalus a n d false accusation
dreamed up by this eourlet to
xlain why it took him from
unday morning until Thursday
to carry two small sheets of pa-
per across the Isth lus
In the M ntim. It must be
rded for tem that Mke
IWOlelc kwith 132 and Irv.
K1-l,1 were high and
'^K^ 1an th rledthe
l~ iIidlB ed the police and
a took part,
making the trip
g oree folow:
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Once again the Athletic Club
has com through another game
on top. The Rams played Junior
College both on Monday night,
Dec. 14. and on Wednesday hght,
Monday Rams played an ex-
cellent game with a win to the
tune ol 53-28. It was a good
game- and the _Oreen Devil
brought hard to the end, but they
were never able to get clos6r
than 8 points t oth A. C. score.
This iade, the. second win for
the Rai who defeated B.H.S.
Wednesday the AC. Quintet
again ik t witb the Junior Col-
lege G iQuL Llils. Despl~e the
loss of two of.their players, Wal-
ly Trout and Arnold Manning,
the Rams took the lead right a-
waj, and stayed ahead until the
fourth.quartex when the Green
Devils. rgW ahead with 30
points to A.C.'s 29. But not for
long, a A.C..again .pulled into
the lead omi stayed there till the
end- of th game which ended
with the flat s ao of 36-33,
This gave the Ram three wins
and no osses. They have only to
defeat the C.B. Tigers to be-
eoqe the champs. High Scorer
for the game and for A.C. was
Bob Olbsdn with 14T'pnts. Edgar
Kourany, Bobo' MArthur and
Hugh Turer followed with six
points each for A.C. Jack Tin-
nin was high screr for J.C. with
11 points ad Sal Aleguas and
Ray Nieklshr followed with 7
The next U"ae for A C. will be
tonight at' Citobal where the
two utefeu teams will clash
for thU tlt of. champions. It
promIrs tdW-a good game and
all fans' arep w to come out
Game time Ull be 7:00 p.m. at
the Criltobat yftnaslum.
Discovr the mai of
I Kraft's finr fods!
omi fo******-1-r w
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Fort Clayton Baseball"
Loop Off To Fast Start
Dral Races At
The Canal Zoe Thming Asi
'si will hmll thelr-
a" iust er at the old
idw" '5 Ues fof the Teeu-
Laflte'e Merary has receiv-
ed a ne* ehalleger in Field's
latest possemion, an Allard
with a Mere engine.
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Though halted by rain on
Monday ;roan, the Fort
Clayton Bael League was met
With fair skies and a 10-5 win
by the 7461st Signal Team over
the 65th Antiaircraft Artillery
Group Tuesday night. The sea-
son was offt4tt opened with' a
short talk by Colonel HS. Tubba,
Commanding Officer. Fort Clay-
ton before a crowd of fans at the
Fort Clayton Baseball Stadium.
The 65th Group's right field-
er Otis Mosley, worked out to a
ful count and then started off
the game with a double to right
field. A walk. sacrifice, two
singles, and another base on
balls brought the score to 4-0 in
the first frame.
Signal started what looked like
the beginning of a first inning
raUy when left fielder, Dale
Platt .sngled. However, it was
promptly halted when a second
to short to first combination
pulled off a double play.
Signal retaliated with a sharp
play from the second sacker to
first two Innings later, to double
up second baseman, Jay Schune-
Signal attempted to score in
the third when center fielder,
Alfred Rose doubled with a man
on flrs. Ptcber Glenn Hull
walked the next batter but end-
ed the threat by striking out
Tony Deseat, the shortstop.
The see-saw battle continued
with 65th's Victor Eiktead
smashing a long double to left.
Pitcher George Allen's throw to
third baseman, Manuel Mora.
caught him trying to steal third
base. He then retired the next
two men in order.
The Signal .team was held
scoreless until the fifth when
pitcher Hull gave up three hits
and six walks. Fireman David
King was called in to relieve Hull
and promptly quelled the rally
but not until his opponents had
scored seven runs,
Signal picked up. more runs in
the bottom of the eighth when
right fielder Bob Foley was given
a free pss and ti% proceeded
to ste 65Wd1S e-I A pair
of single aand a u9 error al-
lowed tree runners to cross the
plate bioreb VCp.* 1 put the
fire out by returning Rose on
A I$SM gnVaipufthe 65th
put fou meh on bae two of
them were out on fore plays.
The other two died on base when
relief hurler Don Wallace struck
out Elkstead to triumph, 10-5.
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Sehoner, f .........5 1
Pagan, Ib ..........3 .'.1 "
Subkowski. 3b ...... 1 0 .1
Bhuneman, 2b ......3 0 i
S ekstadt. s .......4 1
Hull, p ...........2 0
King. p ...........2 0.
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Platt, If ............ 1
Rose, ef ............ 0
Sexton, lb .........1 0
DIMansio, lb .......1 irl
Gardinet., Ib* ......0 0.
Deseati. a ..........3 1
Mora.3b ............4 1
Clee, r .............1
Foley, rf ...........1 1W
Kriston, 2b .......3 1
Mohn, c ...........4 0
Allen, p .....;......2
Wallace, p ..........2
S Total ..........31 7
*Gardiner at bat for piMaL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8,5-r h.
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Signal 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 3 z-10 10
NEW YORK, Dec. 10 (1P) --
The New York Yankees have sold
the Yankee Stadium and Bid
Stadium In Kansas City,
The Yankees sold both r".
ties to Arnold Johnson an a -
soclates for the total conslder|-
tlon of W00,000, more than am
of it In cash. Immediately after-
wards the Johnson Corporatt
-a Chicago real estate fLn-_
sold the under the YI
Stadium to the KnighXt bf r=;
lumbus and then leased it bek
with options for a period V mare
than 70 years.
The co-owners of the Ihak--
-Dan Topping and Del WebL -
announce the sale of te tw
narks. A. formal Ynkee t -
ment says: "The Jo
ration has acquired -
land and the stadmU1
cities, but Immedia
back both stadiums to
and Webb as co-partne."
The statement adds: "T
will be no change in the'MA-
tion of the-Yankees or the StU-
The Yankee Stadium-built
1923-is considered to beDf aby
the best privately owned luel.
ball property in the ttiJt
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"Let the people know tel truth anmi the country is safe" --Abraham inUouln.
UNDECIDED Coatless, de-
'spite the cold weather, Presi-
dent Elsenhower leaves the
White House for his news con-
ference. The President said
that he has not decided wheth-
J r to ask Congress for permis-
aeion to share atomic weapons
S ith NATO forces, although he
~s in favor of changing the
-Atomic Energy Act to permit
closer atomic cooperation with
oIn Peasant Party
SAIGON, Indochina, Dec. 19-
)--A peasants and farmers
ry is to be formed here for
e first time In recent Indo-
nese history, it was disclosed
S The new peasants' Progressive
rty was today defined by or-
iers as a "National Peasants
SFarmers Party for Indepen-
S'Orgaizers added provisional
presidency would be south Viet-
am assemblyman Buy Van
Shan, and said a number of
pominent farmers had already
Consented to joining the budding
party's guiding committee.
.tbday's move followed yester-
Say's surprise statement calling
i "extraordinary" congress of
Wl e 130,000-strong Vietnamese
nlon of Christian Workers
i -6 TC), which asked for "parti-
Cipatlon in the responsibilities of
government until a new national
assembly is elected."
Ancon To Sail
pc. 24, May Put
In At Charleston
Arrangements have been mane
or the Ancon, which sails from
Cristobal one day early next
*eek, to put into an East Coast
port. probably Charleston, S.C.,
-the threatened Dec. 24 ship-
Lg strike materializes.
-,'he Ancon was o r i ginwily
S oeduled to clear from Cristo-
Son Christmas Day, but the
SIpg has been advanced one
PaCd the ship will now sail
-Thursday. December 24.
S1 Zonians will have no
.worry about supplies if
e materializes, accord-
tormation from Balboa
.The Commissary Divi-
has acquired additional
of supplies of many kinds;
lbls can be brought from
Otleans on short notice if
X sXmas Party
Party for students
J as public school will
0tday by members of
'will receive gifts
e guests at a buffet
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 19 (UP)
-Carl Austin Hall and Bonnie
Brown Heady went to their
graves today in cemeteries sep-
arated by 200 miles of rolling
Mrs. Heady was not granted
one of her last wishes-that she
be buried beside the body of the
man with whom she plotted and
carried out the $600,000 Bobby
They did die together, how-
ever, strapped in chairs in the
grisly gas chamber at Jefferson
City, Mo.. a few minutes after
The body of Mrs. Heady, who
gave her lover and partner-in-
crime a parting kiss moments
before they died, was taken to
Maryville. Mo., yesterday to I-
wait burial in her family plot at
nearby Ciearmont at an undis-
closed tlne today.
Only a handful of relatlvys
and old family friends, alo:ig
with three-reporters, were sched-
uled to attend the brief burial
Hall's body remained in a Jaf-
ferson City funeral parlor until
early today, whqV t ,was sche-.l-
uled to be taktO it herse with
police escort to I e asanton,
Kan., a town just croM the Mis-
souri line where 'Hall was born
and went to high school.
Hall's grave was dug during
the night in the' family plot
where his father and moth,:r
and a brother who died in child-
hood also are buried. A spokes-
man for the Pleasanton mortu-
ary said resentment had prettyy
well died down" among local
townspcoDle over the burial in
their cemetery of the notortojs
Hall and Mrs. Heady went to
their death in the gas chamber
without shedding any more
light on the fate of the missing
$300,000 of the $600,000 Green-
lease ransom payment. Hall in-
sisted in a courtroom statement
that he had told the truth when
he said mpst of the ranso.n
money was in his: possession
when he was arrested In St..
Louis, Oct. 6.
Only private graveside cerc-
Minister Says Hall
Had Planned Death
For 5 More Victims
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1953
200 Miles Apat Set
dnap -Murder Loers
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monies will mark burial of the to bury Mrs. Heady bsnlth two ba.te.n du.n li41tbatof her
cruel pair who dug a grave for pine trees on the crest of a hill mother, in- a f y plot at
six-year-old Bobby Oreenlease overlooking a lonely pruaiVe. The C)earmont, 19 milej,'way.
before they kidnapped and kllld liuee of the services haltazb bean -
him. announced Nedawav o unt Prosecutor
In Maryvlle, plans were made Mrs. Heady's grave already ene Thompsoh saiul ly three
reporters, M B. HUad' aunt,
Mrs. TroTBaker ~da llone Mrs.
Baker chose to I ~t would be
pernmtted to eltEr tbb cemetery
during the funoal.*ices.
"i am glad it' ev1i--closed,"
caid Norbet 8. O'~Slt, busi-
ne s partner *of the slain
child's father A-B 6e rt C.
Greenlease, O'dll who help-
ed negotiate the ,0660 ran-
som, watched the mkidnapes
"These friendless criminals are
dead," he said,'Now ist's get this
story out of the papers, patch up
our livas as best we can and try
(NEA Telei oto)
THE PATH TO DEATH The kidnap-slayers of young Bobby
Greenlease, Carl Hall and Bonnie Heady, took the It Jour-
ney of their lives along the route (shown by the br n line)
as they left their death row cells at the Jefferson iOty, Mo.,
prison. From their cells (1), they went to the entrance of the
building in rear (2). then entered.a car that took them to the gas
chamber and eternity (3),.
Cop Indicted For Perjury
in Probe Of Missing Ransom
KANSAS CITY, Mo, Dec. 19
(UP) A federal grand jury
'oday indicted Patrolman i'l-
mer Dolan, suspended St. Louis
policeman, on perjury charges
in Its investigation into the
missing half of the $600,000
Dolan, who accompanied Lt.
Louis Shoulders in the capture
of kidnap-slayer Carl Austin
Hall, was taken into custody a
few minutes after he appeared
before the grana jury here and
was held nendlng bail of $25.000.
five otner indictments were
returned but U. S. Atty. Edward
L. Scheufler said they were not
connected with the Greenleaze
case. They were suppressed
pending arrest of the defend-
ants Thh. ynrani lurv wasn reeppRs-
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 19 ed and will resume the inquiry
(UP) An unidentified mini;- Tuesday, Dec. 29.
ter, in a story written by him *.r
the Kansas City Star, said th.'t Scheufler said, however, that
kidnap-killei Carl Austin HrI oShoulders. who resigned from
had planned the deaths of flie the St. Louls.police force on Oct.
other persons. 24 in anger at a top level pOllze
The minister, identified only Inquiry into the missing ransom,
as one of eight who gave spirit- xas "not indicted at this time."
ual counsel to Hall and his ac- Shoulders, at his holifa St.
er.mplice, Mrs. Bonnie Brown Louis, said he had "neom g at
Heady, wrote: all to say" about the iet-
"Cari Hall died a tremendo'i% ments.
witness for Christ. The five-page indictment a-
"And it saved the lives of five against Dolan listed what the
others. This he declared, for the government charged was ~palsn-
world to know, just before lie formation he had given the
and Mrs. Bonnie Brown Heady grand jury in previous testlmn-
were executed." ny.
The minister quoted Hall a.s Scheufler said Dolan, 26, son
saying: "I can see good in th!., of a policeman and police ma-
father. I only killed Bobby. tron. was subpenaed to appe.ir
"If I had had just twelve before the jury today for an op-
hours more, I would have kill- portunity "to say anything he
ed five more. God saved me might wish additionally or dif-
from that." ferently."
In answer to a question frim The federal prosecutor said
the minister Hall said, "I mean Dolan was appraised of his
that I've hated all my life. d rights and "declined to sign a
have got them, too. With all the waiver of immunity in relation
money, it would have been ea.ov. to any testimony he might have
See what I mean. I killed on: riiven.'
one, and was caught. 'It miglt lie was before the jurors for
have been six, five more." Ises than two minutes.
The anonymous minister stat- Dolan was suspended last
ed he wrote the story in "an e'- Thursday by the St. Louis Po-
fort to point out the Christi..n lice Board which said he and
values involved" Shoulders would be charged with
"With emphasis." the minister making a false report of the ar-
wrote. "Hall then said: 'Tha .s rest of the kidnapers, neglect of
the working of Christ. It had tj duty and conduct unbecoming to
be. I had murder in my heat. an officer.
,God knew, and saved those five Shoulders' resignation has ne-
others.' er been accepted by the p9llct
The potential victims were board although Shouldel- has
not named in the story. said he no longer considt him-I
Hall was quoted by the m'i- self subject to the bpstd~ aS
leter as saying, "I'm glad, and thority.
Scan do something for me. The federal and
!Mlher. Tell the -wrld. Tell them les into the missing
only God Jlmportant. I volve about the a
now. A L te them that :f money after V w
Ift aren't f or hsly, these pen:- here on Oct. by t
etlaries wn Oldbe closed cers. They were led
.-eil nthe world, father Look apartment by c ~
VChrist could do this for me Hager. *
drunken, miserable so- Shoulders and
Christ could do It ir sisted the two sul
S..i know.' Ing the ransom wer -
ce I've been in jail 1 the Newatead Polce.
was the will of Christ long with Hall In the,
kill those other of a police car.
me after killing Shoulders, who
peared before the
TheIatdwN jS dex Psyr
chlatrc nospltesan now boast
owni a beautiful ambulance,
for te ijscee its eais-
e potei l W~hite ambu.
fiance ~who received to-
day 0fi th r nany lubS
in tip CaR 4" It represents
Io ns M .work, and the
co fi several or-
gaulin wiftvrg towards a
Y ves Club
whicH hW Jii d about the
hospitAl eld6 other groups
throw t. t 'suthmus ocked
to ma g money "o-
tward^ mba 9of the amai
Wias made. of
the Zi ry h which the
.m A u d. An amn-
bu, ly good shape
was l purchased for
$300 a V6oha.
soldare- at T'. Clayton donat-
ed thdt time fltnR up the ve-
bicle pnd4ibrand new paint Job
was the thflinttouch.
O'Neill expressed deep sympa- t
thy for the Oreenleases and
their 12-year-old daughter, Vir-
Pinia Sue.. "The ca.eis closed," the.P n1
he said. "et us a think of Dr l.
those parents. and'that little ceianmr'
girl." tiv., ot
Te~me oft effi
SImlw 6 1Kder 'A
R*QE&ito Ireland, pec. 19
(UP) *- uafu. parties 4t
t0d u IOedPg Ice mount7a .
oday in of sating a4 olrp
OVA -a7tlrmen beUe-td to
have s e an air raih tw
said the money was brought hi- -
to the station about 10 minutes a
after Hall was booked. a
Other witnesses, h wewr, -m"
have said the sultoses were
brought in nearly an bealX gd
a half after Hall was beel~ti.
When toe money in the iet-
cases was counted in the station. I A.
It amounted to $295,006. "- -
High police offleirs in t.
LouLi have said the
som must have gotten t
hands of hoodlums sol h
during Hall's brief 'stay at the weather qroulaed a ellop
Town House Apartment Hotel which was to toave taken pa
A police character, h A search plane dropped ,arm
Costello, one of the pri clothing at the scene of the
owners of the Ace CabO crash yesterday and the pilot
which Hager drote, has said he aw a 'moving obJe"
in the inquiry, appearing I headed for the relief bundle. Au-
hefore the grand jury ht d thorties here fared, howeveY,
before the police board IiJlt. that Iceland's sub-Arctic weath-
Lou o at er might be fatal to any airmem
Costello at present Is i.- t. spared by the crash.
Lauderdale. Fla. Hager move d to
California several. weeks a. to A U.S. Navy Albatross sea
escape what he sad was "fe plane crashed on the same gl-
utlbon" by authoeitles amI!,dbn ler 19 months ago, killing ever
curious public. one aboard.
Red Feathl Agencies Get
Checks ofS Toa $23,260
Representative of the 11 hundreds of beneficearift
fenciespartcip in the Q est activities woleheartei-
nal Zone Com t Chest ie edors' this prsenttlon and
preen with e for t 11 extend aer onr tuld.
agencle" needs for 154M and reaction u
night at a joint dmer- dmon t capalty s'
of the chest board and the r in tI civic project
untary leaders 13 the :Fbr thbr voluptay efrt
Peath r drive. suceul chest
L. M. Brockntie, ca t As following persons
the board., resented the ltter t of nmm.Mraf
"1f 0nera of H
eu tO UM caImI. Tuo W eo
ed late Is $8,78644 hcl
pledged through parO I
The 11 agencies and
mounts they received are
as follows: .
Jew&ia Wuefare-US(o W
Interatimmal Boy Beoutp
3; Crptobal YMCA-UuX,
Vn- anattinn AnE -S
Isoa. M ,
hle, a raffle of three
l among civilian em-
i odNa added $72 to
uaoe:fmad. Other do-
bflaan eaLnc in to the
l be used in stretchers.
the group mentioned,
who contributed were
box 14ne' Club, Xm-
o clhb, Coroal
oh Un "I
orts. Wtig, a
Youtfs Who: Inited Pareo f
To Cyanide Toost Indiced
Nlur~ YEu, pee. i (UP) Peole salaeteMU
ztn .ht. the alA ,,
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