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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01812
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        Page 13
        Page 14
    Sunday supplement
        Supplement 1
        Supplement 2
        Supplement 3
        Supplement 4
        Supplement 5
        Supplement 6
        Supplement 7
        Supplement 8
        Supplement 9
        Supplement 10
        Supplement 11
        Supplement 12
        Supplement 13
        Supplement 14
        Supplement 15
        Supplement 16
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elect the 16th P.ediat of the French Republic "d
nolly suspended their efforts until:tomorrow.
Still standing firm despite a Radical Socialist
to stop him, Prime Minister Joseph Laniel receiw d
majority of vote in both ballots but failed twice to
the absolute majority required. .
The two new faihes to elect a President stretch iJ,
"record for the lowest presidential election in Frenckh
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S HONG KONG, Dec. 19 (NEA) They led the Catholic priest 'l qgh the pu
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b-.* They tossed the Protestant minister into a pit hole of filth and nim e him dip'
Shis way out with chopsticks as newsreel cameras turned,
i 'These twd primitive and recent incidents mirroit the,Communist drive to crushi
Christianity in China.
Mouthing ancient Marxism, Peking policitians love to play with this line: "Opium'
;s now forbidden in China/,and religion is the opium of the masses."
S What actually is behind this brutal business, sped-ip since the Korean truce ai
SRed Chinafees. stronger to.defy world opinion?
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Si:A White Paper on the fate of of Father Alphonse Caouet*-, days and on the pulpit the Gis
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,.lesta documented, sim- Indty per cent of foreign nists witl, their neatlue
.,lr to' U North Ko- filssionarles have b er expelled.
rean at t- In. 1947 there, m r example Spartan Life
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thesee wnimen -tve a kind of death ginhtion hml' soapA ds,
Finincially. they are well off. takes. .
ey Ln't work. They don't read: Wi th D san sno'wsplah
s trucively. They don't do an-, mantel, windows, doorway, and
gg .pey just exist and killer: miors as well as on e wreath
*, q Dorothy Parker: "It's time U l and tree, you'll have a magic
Women stopped saying: it winter wohderland, and uno dis
Since she has lived alone (with a's world.'" ., '- ointment come rain or suns n
killhg time) in jui.t such resi- I Chrilastnr n.
. ntial hotels for a number of If lf th. fun of holiday decora-
ears. Mrs-. Parker .knows her know what to do with themselves. tion4 id in the makings. So Le
round. .Her' observations have led Th ey're nt prepared'to pt i amily activity. If the
dHr to eel that women should prie imtate seff-respect to wrhie% rSe d iirry their snow r
e themselves for a life in ad- an being,. as every righ. lei beytl d.limits or ruin the artwork
v iaon to marriage. bereft.' the ilipsiods can be erased with
S' cloth.
S"Women are prone to regard Mrs% Parker thinks that the la. t of the furnishing and ac-
arriage as an ending rather than dies of the corridor are nt'p cesaes in your home .will. tak
b a p~rt of living and a means sessed of inner resources tie on a tive Yuleti' wtr he
furttir gro th." very personal riches thiat c theve' been dabbed wlth home
make ife in nearly ari er made snow. A, glass-to-ed table Snitr
It'sS tue, Mrs. Parker feels, stance a great adventUre. spttered on the undp de* .' 1W7
:Mt the American public knows feel that they needsomeone- abt Would mak a lovi setting
ut, 'ese women. Knows in or- to coddle, protect and eterin for.a -gift pile. r to I
r to oid making the same mis- them. q, riakled with snowfla es, a *ai*-vry iht .a
s ver s.hl over. Knows in or. fruit centerpiece .will take on the scrawl sap mns gr
to void creating more of there Though she's eairnd .a place in hbelday mood. IGlass doors are .
trmentr iVe out empty lives 20 the American scehe as mirtirss woalerful backgrounds for soap ''
or 30 ~ears-from now. of the wisecrack, Mrs.. Parker is spow scenes. wooden spoken for p p .. e
also a writer who can createatrih .Makpg the snow is a simple s poses, using avers .
The itay itself is a curious bal. great compassion. Though she orocess. Two tablespoons of soan ... O 5add
ncee 'tragedy and expert con- feels that there is no imnitedite flakes; powder added tq a smal .yoi Christ TO
edy. CUrious because it's so truly solution for the problem so'clear-s amount of water and bate with you
edy dbious bt ea use' t it ioit uaro
c life: It neither titters.not ly set forth in the play,- shehopes a rotary egg beater or electric Bw.--A sees l
But the true approxima- that there will be one. That's Why mixtet will give you a good start, red snow, for exa md` wil
; r. ife is there. the play. / Keen adding soup xmtil you hive l exotic touch to ye g. tlo fl l
"Es'stially, these w i v e s are .,' a thick. meringue-like mass that ---- _;
!ics,"' Mrs. Parker said. "These Coauthor with her in this ort will ineldr ea'si y Apply wifft I W


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.igt sucres nl tI't9 e up '-' Usea solution of water Cad bek-
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pof college de f Women So Shed lstte lem er he solution ,removes the tale
t" hcll hes their graduates land To Look Her eest odor. lt removes
o .. wat Bernie Fitz-.Gb- oods or. .
s,+dlii k rtpr of Gip- So the girl whoGis looking for a covers can be given a
,'told" them must have jarred job With th ,ind of employees w ,ro b dingt lof shtae llt. prse
rdealy eoseppdre. For here can afford to take his pick had t rto shmlla to Protcarts
i-art of Iobatehe -h d to say: better look her best. them ol s- ing r aroste .
10-d tt- bf Iand)1I; eog soggy fron steak.
f~ y rie that hera1 o sh, is remem bgbes t K itt-ed apparel tends to treth
te d high minded cause her employer e ng d-k dresseshug for uld
it its ag fact.. It's sex. You her as a woman first and at be foltided no more than t e ad
4l't fight it. o. ke md, s had b rtter b~ old ao m r atherethand
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"The top industrial giants (presi S Toat. hie jike women wh ow lun in cl
s, vice prdents, and key ten.Th ability to libst ve press woolens completely
I deutives included ate not Look- l. qa impoirtat in an office Never. prss owe dsdedo nmooth
tag for a secretaa with short 1 t lrwmg room, dry. Urse a wellpaded riroo
dependabi.y, industry .an e like wtokewmm who p iba toadh d ar moderately hio on
's lt be silly. First and That gives a ~ an L wys stop press while
Gibbons th= went on to. s pyy to any.koes. becr. .- matill s lp. e
oie colleges to Iegae and to ary a
roste their produt so 'that t .'er t men like rt~Mwo-who. h lp wrs can be died by sr.
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CASA ZALDO
Central Ave 149
FARJIACIA eL BATURRO
No 3 Lottery Plaza
FARMACIA I$MBARDO
Fourth ol July Ave.


yANAMA AMERICAN v
- H Street Na o57


FOR SALE
ol f Household
RSALE:-Livingrom, diningroom,
Spartry set. mahogany desk, mir-
rors, ttc. Eusebio A. Morales Ave.
El Cangrejo, Gray House with Red
Door.
SOR SALE:--Custom Mahogany bed-
room group; double bed, springs.
nite tB)te*, choirs, vanity, ward-
"robe dresser. 124-D upstairs, 7th
and Roosevelt Ave., New Cristobal.
O SALE:-Leoaing Isthmus, a RD-
dio RCA VICTOR new. Table Mod-
el. 43,St. No. 15. Tel. 3-4445.
ALE:-Divan wifh cover and
c.c-ai witK cover. Very reasonable.
72Z Prodo, 2nd floor. Coll 2-6318.
OR SALE: Innerspring mattress,
boai springs, dbl,' new. BamboO so-
fa, rocking chair. upholstered .chair,
bookcase, Misc. items. Rousseau
17-B or phone Navy 3206 Mon-
day.-
OR 5ALE --Refrigeretor $65, Hol-
lywood. Double bed, with mattress
$40. Leother'overstUftfed sofa, 2
matching chairs, $65. Playpen $5.
stroller $8, high chair $5, etc. Pan-
ama 3- 5307, Apt. 7, No. 7, Col.
Joaquin Arosamena.

woathr, 60 cycie. $95.00.-Phone
iolbBo 2-3770..
Pokable G.E. sewing-
Sattoccment Leather case
'iron)choir, Nust linen
P ion6 3-5486 early
4qrgqors ., p-m.
ter furniture made by
D, living 'rbdm, din-
roo, bamboo. Tel-
n male German
OtOUGmRED pup-
s old. Four burner
$15.00. Dinlop
Toble. Single bed.
selloneous. Phone
ouse 150 ProspecO


ome toble odio-
60 cy; wahing
Ssize; ceit- 4 of
psc;;Coll 83-5218.


r, Plumper


Corn


hajt Sewefrfw strv oiw
ow, known. The uew type is 101
times as sweet as aW-sweet cor'
time sweeter than field corn, he,

Hiuid shis work in geietics.and'
bcbemistryu resulted in thet n'i
roared strain, the 'first. entire,
BMw type since Columbus dlscov-
ered America and the Puritans
marveled at the maize eaten by the
IndiLas.
The new strain, he aid, w
not begin to lose its flavOr as
a asit picked, a major problem
(a the marketing of present
trains. He said the kernel w
o plumper but otherwise ther
tould be little change in appear-
Incorporation of the new type
Ibto present crn strain for- m-
ieting wouldN prablt t* t fr6 tlM
Iree to sit ypaat, Lasghuan sed.
HO said the new. adV8latages do
ot come from the "sugar". inher-
itanee factor or gene, of prisent
prwet corn. They are induced by
aovter gene, caled "shsmken-2,"
Re botanist said. Tht latter gene,
explained, inhibits the normal
r process of .converting sugar
t starch.
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Akenea Inttiahd 1oe Pblesldoes
a CMntral *ve
FAMMACIA LUX
Parque Ifevre T Stet
.LEWIS 8KBRVCK
160 Catbul Ave.


FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Automobiles DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinc
Central Avenue "K" Street, co.
FOR SALE:-Morris Minor. Convert- ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panamr.
ible, new condition. 4.000 mies
Quarters o9- Fort Clayton. hone Crstobal Clubhouse Beauty Shop.
87-3217. Xmas special: permanent wave-
87-32-- complete, regular Iriq '512.50,
Walk feur Uaocks nd save one hun- manicure and arch. for $10.00.
dred deller. But yr w ed can at Haircut, shampoo,. ~bet and moni-
HASMO S. A. TeL 3-3022, Vie cure $2 50. Call Cristobal 1642 or
Espeia St. come in. Thank you, Manager -
FOR SALE:-Hillman Minx, I 0. Mrs. Esther Lorenq.
duty paia. perfect mechanical Pn- Why does "The Lady Want a
ditiorl and good point job. iwo Mink" at the Drive-In Theatre?
sets of tires Call Colon 1447.
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4-dbor, FOR SA .E
gooa condition. Reasonable pric
for tronsaction. 124-D. upstairs Miseelaneous
7th and Roosevelt Avenue, New
Crisiobal FOR SALE: AKC registered Toy
Boston Bull puppies. Male $100.-
FOR SALE'-1941 Plymouth sedan, 00 Telephone Navy 3812 IGe-
good condition, $12500. Hedley nell's Cocol. Beauty Shop. busi-
Lennan, Calle Mariano Aroseme- ness hours. Navy 3121 any .time
no No. 31, Tel Panoma 2-3526 FOR SALE: Rollifle" camera and
FOR SALE:-1946 Indian Chief, A- accessories; Omega enlarger and
I, condition, $275 00. Write Box miscellaneous darkroom equipment.
817, Balboa, C. Z. House 0839-J. Acacia Place, Ba[-
WANTED TO BUY bo Linear YMCA.
V B Y FOR SALE -Boxer Pups. AKC rea-


WANTED Blonde Cocker Spaniel
beroie Xmas. Telephone 3-4619.
during office hours.
WANTED TO BUY: Leather top
Peruvan coffee table-83-5218

Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid general house-
work with references. Apply 6 Ti-
voli Avenue Apt. 11.

Position Offered
WANTED: Refrigeration Serviceman.
Theorical Knowledge. ample ex-
perience with domestic and corm-.
mercial equipment and good refer'
ences indispensable. Distribuidora
Electrica; ;S. A.


While House

Debus Story

Of Missing Spoons


WASHINGTON (U. P.) Tha
White House says it simply isat
true that there's a shortage of
spoons in the famous gold serW
used Bt presidential state dinne '
The story circulated a erm_


.. Presided and Mrs. Eisenliwfr


fork, or spoon,
There are 1,700 items in the din-
ner service, -including some piees
whidih have graced s
tt et, tables since the days of
pe-Went James Monroe.
There's golds patbe oeuib to
confront every diner ftr, l ec-
sa. Actually, no guest er, srs
that My p~Pies at e. he
olmy, "eo- oriA t fm the
jare flnshe .
A plae settin g iudes' cock-
stail fork, soup po fish knife,
fish fork, da ife, dinner
fork, salad des-
seit fork, and.ei-
tAsse spoon.
SAnd at each place there also are
Sgold salt dish and tiny sat

Usually, therwl e seven knivS
forks, and s alongside
plate- at the meal's start. Confused
ests have no trouble decel4g

side in.
Included'in the iold sere is a

iT.- 09res4de t inred yewsr
aluen 3-footle
with .ate j -camed~ -
re G udecthus. ..ii Rae anto
garlands of fruit d
r bwi ad eabsme l a
S b'the p ricesalong O
I- were bought f"
i Franle. Some em ;,
denohnced
a until it became aww
French manufacmt'r...e
mistake in the price -j kaj
--were u$Qaamed for weUUW
value.


The original pieces ha legU
re-giled several times. T
tie was in 1850.
Feamer President Tm iii.
to Joke that there ws

j
ltL back al each 1 I
Would psot oft ,
damped, i old-hbbm
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istered. 3 months old. Excellent
wiuh children, see them at La Cho-
za. 5007 Via Arango. 500 feet
post road to Panama Vielo, tel-
ephone Panama 3-5371 or Bal-
boa 1674.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURE FOR SALE
Sealed bids. for opening in public,
will be received until 10:30 A.M.,
December 24, 1953, in the Of-
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses, Balboa, for !Building No.
6079, Rainbow City. Invltption
No. 46 may be secured frort the
'Housing Manager at Cristobal, or
from office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone' 2-1815.

FOR SALE
Real Es ...
FOR SALE:-Beoutif4 1918m2 t,
well IWated by l2 h. Green in f
Heigrt". ReasonablP Read.-.Ti-
ephdntylalboo 31 3


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.robs 41


RESORTS i FOR SALE'
Oeld b'-t.a a S, Auntombid, "
Clra. Ban 45 AutomM '. :
Sswme 3-18775 Cristaebl .l
Houain bOa SnMto Cmlu Alo
In hCOOL p o untar .
p holriSh NUTbnp 1389I j1 jr


6f us !1!e y m .
Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cottages.
electric refrlgelttion. gas stoves,
moderate rates. Phone 6-441 or
4-567. _
Foster's Cttas. O mile past
Santa bes.r I|w brine ywur
Imn. jPhI 8IbaaO 2-186.
.ILIAMS* Sonic Cloo riOach Cot-
tages. Lare. S'cSS tA! modern
near beach. Balboa 3050 ewtpl|,
weekend.'

FOR RENT
Houm
FOR RENT: -.4 bedroom chalet,
completely furnished, 2 bathroom,
maid service, gaaFe, sultdbe forl
diplomat -Telephone 2-3805.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMIMTS
Modem 2. 4 oad 5 rooms, siyrl'tdd
or unfurn shcd. Alhpmlra'b pOfTre
8061. 10th Street, Colon. TEi-
ephone 1386.


ATIENTION &G I. Just bult modern
furnished apartment. iw
bedrooms, hot, cold wetl Tal*-
ephone Phnom 344 .


FOR RENT:--Three w e utijr-
r ssh64, t*p floor, t oom,
rage, hqt weter, asf venue
No. 14 'For infoEt W pply
downstdtrsL. ..
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FOR. RENT:-*Furnished mre.badroom
apartment, kitchen, in private res-
tdene... r.4eth. S. No-. .
FOR. RENT:;- bedroom, oportment
,in wmileceeflephone 3-5264,
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aprtmYtrv, stave, efrhlerotor.l-
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hold its own againstt years
advancing civilization, but captli-
ues to provide a $1,000,000-a-ye
busLiess, according to the Depart
meat of Fish and Game.
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re ort showed that pelts
Pt tphb Ste A '5 acti~vm
censed hunters a .totas'af v1 Tl
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S does not include processing or
S ..h merchandising values.
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peltsi were, t taken drig the'
month season by youths and
boy -under ithe age of 38 .ho
no~' yake an' annual re.o.r .
quirq trapping licensee .
SictLower prices this yeasr cpol
STEP in handling big daily haul of White House mail is total sales down 9,00 o
.. a preliminary sorting by mall clerk Joseph, Landolt. previous season's I,D0. e
number of pelts taken, how#l ,
,, set-a post-war record of M,,
ola ely because of the conU*IZ

white House Mail Room Is uer trapping .
KSAa Uee. sAy e r d wed deepo U e
i s ol,-only 901, against i t
195L42 but almost I- t
Court Of Last Resort' ,:of .5
tire' trapping.
S.. n Average prices this year T
I from o 14.50 for n rth coes
WASHINs TON, (NEAr The Taft-Hartley law and the mib to five c for S"at
rTo~nawny Americars the White farm program have inspired the to'C-an t..
i4oWseis more than the home most, as far as national Issues .
fti" Vouce of the President of are concerned.
1i n rnitrd aStates. It's their Te r ialo "P .
c l of iist resort. I Only letters of top urgency .
Sat feeling, White House of- reach Ike's desk. And when the
fici ls say, Is the chief reason important ones are more than
w the postman delivers any- one page long, they're briefed on
wyv re from 10,000 to 25,000 a small yellow piece of paper s *
p c-, of mail each week to which is clipped to the letter. tio1 S reS. L-.1-~.i so
i ~I rnnlyivanla Ave., N. W. A very few letters-from old burfpe.d dee; Up
Wlt diz.erent persons con- friends, or those marked person- its mui lio f p olO s, deeto
-4ts to be their 'last resort". ,al from heads of foreign states and art triagret is
-,Aveer, sometimes amuses and to top officials-get to his desk opoe a a'it o S" of
Irjpue tly swamps the White unopened. The mail room hasel floiS a n. no.
ioYe matl room. Some i30oos o i a r
.'"4ar President Eisenhower: aborate electronics equipment are.4riving the daS6s
T eam in sixth grade and hav- for examinmg all mail to make The card eataeogue r q1 ie
*a ioivilcs test net ntweek. su that noLhing which might already occupies a huge robm, s
teiu are the only one .wo lnjre the President is enclos- growgby e 30,0 cars a year.
ied The 234-year-old mausoleum in
,iear Ike: I'm captain of our Ike personally answers several the heart of downtown Paris Is
coMileg debate team and itf hundred letterper week, either moving its. surplus to V aeslles. da
you wod only explain youe oy direct dictation or by sug-The librarysupe growing hoard of
106, I wgestine what ideas must e in- tre s uii ervsed by Jdis
t-,b Man~o Cain, already includes 6,00,000
t from kids and students de books, hundreds of thousands of
rs rom kids and stude e does not have the habit, periodicals, 160,000 manuscripts, fr
the R rest tngle ca- Hike his predecessor of dashing more than 5,000000 en ratingss
f White House 'mail. off ha#a-written notes when 400,000 rare coins, and a huge cl-
t's fexam or quiz time the the mood hits him. lectioi of photographed docu-
volume, which averages several me m l s preios
.tQsalud per week, skyrockets. Te only thing he does ewes, ivory and bre e. r OM
the summer it slacks oft own handwriting is add long Since itsgloomy 1n d br i i,
i I kceps high. All letters potceripts or personal notes on couldn't be heightened or M ideon
a are from the WhiPte the-bottoms of letters. ed, the library long ago took
ift assib. or referred to o -- digging underground, and sever
r federal agency. The The President's mail accountssubterranean floors now hoise
1 t ice of Education futr- for a goodly share of allthat ishuge book-lined vaUlts, s
Ais'wereplies to most of them. delivered to the White House. Then annex .in Verealles is
q toin a while Ike will see a Mamie gets at least 600 letters a modernistic building, special llY lea
etthr i from a youngster and week and sometimes a great signed to house the priceless
fikr it himself, tiny m1re. o; .Fr
Ir l esTrill touched by mani more. "i11ath arb pat of ?r'ae Ft
He is especially uche y cultural heritage, .
.rs from crippled children She takes a more personal in-
pnftas frequently moved to re-terest in' answering the mal
y personally. H k Arh justdosn'tI aft
A crippled l1lboyiJ -upl att te e time, She answers a great H.
Yew York, foinstaftc, i the Many n her own "handwriting a Heie
dud possessor of the following aud makes sure evPry query is
Ifter roam Ike after the':rPru- replied to in due nmainer' or Lai.
aLLcut had heard the chilcl had another. g e t In AeaA
STlaatic pistol and played at ErG's mail is now down to a .&e years. co
f Ike's bodYtgi0lrDs. noimal of about 1200 per W~ k
'ipd t y1s m has taol -h thees no red hot issue, CORVALLIS, Ore. (U.P.)--A fa,
towe, an me a Dexter White ther-son combination answers ro llP
w a th t. ht in several call in forestry classes at Oregona
bat" t 4iws ~= 7 Iweek after it State Collegce. in
bi dat4 11"r: times Thomas H. Cody, 45. PotlUand,
wrathelsI jO F Ore.,:and his son, Thomas M., Jr.,
.i v wair Ve been 19 are majoring in forest ei- tie
c -neering.
6 tinq| h to rhemail an- The elder Cody, after a 24-year .
i t ha ns! n order- absence from the classroom, en-
to. to;Ltie queries tered college as a freshman this 0.7
et.remei y biluf. fall because he wanted "to do beb.iwl
S Mrq a robot typewriter haster things in forestry and be more era
s l dw a iien installed to turn out du- o a seairve to the industry." In
Slates te letters with :, relatively recent years he has worked for a o
nal touch. Portland forestry consulting firm. del
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inspired iM t he, ele. en Wedding t exrperence the father most 0
A ite the Rosedberg.aptl I likely will complete graduation re- b
ier e atts a before the U. l p qurements in three years. This
ev a average of 20,000 let- would mean father and son could the
t s postesrds a week wa 1REELEY, Kan. (U.P.)-A dou- graduate together.
othe subject. o golden wedding celebration .The Codys plan t organize theirJ

S 4had to r solemnly with a
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foreign A square .dance, the celebra-F
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-riter beliefs ch and changes hi tax laws to set a
nf.the anal- all-time record,
A lv three-a r)r. UI.t 3.0 cele- T'he annual legislative review by
r o" e-Commerce Clearing House. natioe-
t is marked "support." atl reporting agency on tax and
This tells how many letters have business law, showed th t ae-
oeen receivedd fSvoting some ~ tons were nearly 5elce. tlb.ag.
resm ut~l actio0 i or decision. ber passed in 196l1 'bet he pes
la a 12,S-lt r wcthsp. ;ious high mark wa t r ed.ad
a rets e to SIdaho. Maryland, 'New ork and
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S6-Volador C. RIn Uon
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positions, will be Chingri and Midway down the backstretoh 4-Taponazo J. Cab 110 hie reasiv e
orera. These two super-sprint- Noveho moved after the leaders.
Sera have just been dropped down Both he and Jaquimazo advanc- .
from Class "A" where they made ed steadily and swept past the f a Race "D Nat u. a.P 31
'only one losing start. faltering Follow Me ; rounding W. Me te ub
SChingr and Florera have been the final bend. JaquLnauo took r B T '...
signedd top weights for this the wide way around while. No- --Y Dixiana, R. 1!tl-gh. 1'-
U18 pounds each with Vir- veno saved ground by movin0i g -.-ilon m l r
t Castillo and Jullo Rodriguez up near the inner ~al. -Yostponio J. RSS 11 -.... V g
1 respective riders. In the stretch, Noveno shift- 4-o uve '. bette
1 ed over to the outer atrtp of -Don Gran E v. v 1-boul be hr t
No. 3 will be the lightweight the track and Jaqutmao a shft- 6-VaarlaC .
A t ho Falcato under 104 pounds ed in with Noveno's rider. Con- 7-(Enriqueta C. Ig
ad jockey Rolando Lopez Oil, cepci6n Ruis-having to take u --(Amazona V.
hI*ted Cardington Green, win- hustled Jaqulmazo away and the '-- .
a6r- of three of his last five chestnut son of Jali-Quiroman- 3#d *&ce "1f Natinf -- 4s. gs.e *- i*i.
IWts. Aurello Mena will guide tica crossed the finish line still --
If t'big chestnut horse this time full of run.
ftstead of Ruben "Caliche" Vas- Jaquimazo returned $5.20 per 1-Annie N.' .
qies' who joined the track's oth- win ducat. The day's best win 2-Pu' e g V.
er top jockeys on the sidelines. dividend, however, was Fru Fru's S-Miranda A.
Strong finishing Bendeguz. $41.80 in the first race. Tops for -ton
ith 115 pounds and Jose "Paco" the day was the first double, Iru 5-Aosit
avo. and the hard runein Fru-Daiana, which returned
ithla round out the field. $264.80.
eytia, under Vasauez' hand- Little Vincent Brown was the -th Rae "I" ImnltdP P urgM Po :
K, last week scored over Ben- day's leading rider with two vie- QIld.I. It e iS .
-uz and Pancho Falcato. Vas- tortes.I oV us L
scho Falcato. On this occa- FIRST RACE 2-Chic's Ned A. ValUI 110 -Vastly improved 5-1
m Concepcion Rut~ will guide 1-Frrt Fru $41.80, 32.60, 11. 3-Hecl C 110 -Ooodou e d9 o an 5-1
SAntonio Anguzola's classy 2-Regia $21, .640. C)o Jul.lob 1 ata s et n-1
1 3-Daniel $4.40. stie A.M IL -he hor bt
.prach starter in this race rates SECOND RACE li I----i_ _b ._-
*oyan the aven should turn 2-Camaron 8 (e N.i T r $ o ).:5
I v^to be a humdingei from start 3 -i in aJRnaRo R -Dow 2-5-
Firfinis.irst Double: (Fi Fra-Diana) 'f-_R Goddess. 1 -For m. ib lclti -Dow 4 -
64..i a em- 6.80. -Goldesn P 15-1i
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.ver the track to score by. a 1--aluso $5 2.80 20.2 5-olkito -d
th andone-half over Ne 2-Cas Buena $.80, 3.40. 6 -Winaba On w f" 1a-Lo"i p "-
5a4 in the featured one mile $650 3--Paris Midi $3., 0., V01. *
plqss "C"- gallop. One-Two: (Salustio-Casa Bue-
SNoveno went off a slight mu- na) $1540. 6th Ras "e t Impore l.'u nMi 6 W rM Clme 3:35
.uelg choice over Jaquimpzo and FOUIRTH R ACE the ,ae ,
Sthe crucial moment the race---al $, ,0. 1 : ,
i developed nto a two_--Darlene$4.8060, 2.20. g o I or big
By battle d 2-Jig's Up $4.0, 2.40. g V.. 1W.-~t iirn!uod shape 4-1
tightedFollow Me 11 3-Dn Cuto 2. 3-Forsdo i-Woul y well 5-1
ted to the front in the run Qutlels: (DaIen*-JIU's UP) 4-V. Darling 1 l 8-1
'fawn the homestretch the first $37.60. Tle V. b 5-1
time attend with Jaquimpao in FIFTH RACK Tf L0i 5-1
closest pursuit. Nbveno and Ver- 1-Dalida P. $7.60, 4.20, 2.40. It41ii V
oordia alternated in third and 2-Biscaya $5.40., 2.0. l i A t.
3-Golden Fan $2.20 1 1. -*
54h OpImp on eliIee s. 4o-ot 4 :S
CO ifl I-Bedlan $5. 60, %3.6 a* A MW o% gaitb a
2-A meripan Maid $5.20, f4.6 0.

702-True Blue$ 3.60. 2.0.8 -L. Marta ^ j -
3-Pincel $5.60, 2.80.
Second Doubl (Bedla -P- -ori- o V. Oft 115
The Toaramneat Committee
Open auidosnced lat night EIGHTH RACE 8th Race "H" Imported, 7 Mg-.L.1 Pt e
'Opea sannoaee'/ last night 1-Cambat $5, 3, 2,20.
:ohat onsl4erable enthulsasm 2-Tilama $4.60. 2.60. i
SFbeint showm In the Queen 3-Golden Tap $2.40. 1- t vf btt 1
ontet wle has been ar- Quiniela: (ambist Tllams) eh a kn re S
ana" to elect a$ queen to 2 .-V nd0. 1, .
reig. overpthe tournament ac- 4 NINTH BACK sVr d i16
ti. from Jan. 14 through 1-Vulcanizado $3.6, 2.20, 2.40. 5-- a S z107- ,
*17. 2--Rathlt6i Light $3.40, 2.80. 6-Alabarda J. Chua 104x t1t l
Tonight the. nespmittee Ib 3-Vamlii..J3 7--Balo Joan N Campbehl 11) 1o940j
sponsoring a fre eo t One- w ando-ath-
,ltr g sfpa 5 bti Liftght) t gth Sa "3 p.a. m
tP s 61A golf Cl9b. 1-Jaquinamo $5.20, 3.60.
everl ticlpat 2-oveNbo $3.40. 1-Turf Lodge Jullo 11d
U"ai bi altered with the e-----ed-- IIpIo V
eIttttee this e itest. All 3-. VS
th=e. o to take Ort I3 NEW PROFESSIONS sio J. TiM 11
t pjet should be on hand 5-lafto V. Ord6trG 113
lt to enter their eandtd- NEW YORK (NEA) Tami -PAR.rL R. L, 116
It is expected that there Mauriello. Lee Oma, Maxie Ros. 7-BDstevery V. Rod.
he a most favorable I. eabloon, and Max Baer turned to 8--PCat C. HAh11f
following the interest movie acting after thie ring ca"- 9-Pin ft V. rowli 1
shown among the Is reers; Rocky Graziano and Jake 1--Mr. o9t F. Hldalgo Ii
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MANNHEIM, Germany, Dec. 19
( P) Bernhard Prigan, self-
Snfessed sex maniac who killed
t ree girls and admitted raping
a least 20, was sentenced three
t es to ilfe penitentiary by a
rman court here today.
here is no death penalty in
West German Republic.
he dark-haired 33-year-old
ex-coal miner was sentenced to
three life terms for the murder
of the thrre girls who died as a
result of his attacks. He receiv-
ed another 10-year penitentiary
sentence tor criminal attacks on
other girls,
Defense counsel had pleaded
for a lesser sentence.
prigan was arrested Nov. 2,
1952 soon after 18-year-old Wil-
fa Sulzer, a farm girl, was
found raped and strangled to
death on the outskirts of Mann-
helm.
During his trial this week Pri-
gan calmly admitted three fatil
Scx attacks and dozens of t -
faults or attempted assaults (.1
young girls and children. Prig-:'i
|en demonstrated to the coirt
how he strangled his victims in
what he described.as "an AmP -
ican free style wrestling hold."
SHe.also tried repeatedly to ex-
hlain to the court his theory
that a victim's throat could oe
pressed until she was uncon-
sorus but that she would n.,t
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I thiee victims who died un-
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ps Connect Visit

Radford To US

Military Aid Talks
TKYO, Dec. 19 (UP) -Jap-
today connected the visit
Adm. Arthur W. Radford and
., Assistant Secretary of
at. Wilter S. Robertson to
Japan next week with the gov-
t nment conferences on next
r's budget and United States-
an military aid talks now in


'the' Chairman of the U. S
nt Chiefs of Staff land the
0 ate Department official
a..arge of Far Eastern af
rs-are due here next Monday
* Their visit coincides with
#ries of urgent Cabinet meet
s here on the fiscal budget
f which defense appropriation
wiUl t1. an important item. and
Japanse talks with U. S. Em
fiassy officials for Mutual Se
purity Aid.
.Premier Shigeru Yoshida ha
suiled a "hold-the-line" order t
government offices m ak in
dget requests but the fund
tev claim they needed next yea
threaten to make this year',
record budget small in compa
rison, and opposition parties
are using Japan's financial
cri as ag weapon to force th
Ternment to cut down on it
Bense program.
F JYmanese sources here believed
that'Radford and Robertson wil
bring with them the.final U.
attitude on what Japan must do
to oualify for MSA aid in
eluding how' fast and to wha
strength Japan will rearmn, th
uilding up of an air force and
imy. parallel with the ground
forces and total defense cost
tO 7apan.
The U. S. attitude on these
questions cpn affect the Ca
bid4t's deliberations on the na
tionaL budget, in the opinion o
these sources. And they believe
ed the American officials- migh
put in a strong warning against
an ififlantionary budget which
could sink the defense program
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To Fly Sant a

Eagerly; l lpiptlnt youngsters of happy ~uletlde for the riepai
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nling the ~,o vid tomprO Atarted
row mornhiT .j 8byI awL mitt t Davi
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wait until Dee. 25 for. the or* since. staffs
phaned an d 'ihderprilfle ', '' dry lo
children ot David. He ar -eTMs begMoi ljUs teUizlath dellvel
eirly. borne I.i a' ,# AiR 'Pegesoguw yr Mio k Fun
multi-reindeer powered aeriall hg parithdpatl *4aord- to pau
scl igh laden with gifts. b:g to e ,ay obSer!s t-. tj Item.
'This year is no exception. .4 l teojroel t et m lAbe nmislo
Iliree C-4' aircraft of Albrook food aM other o im6 efU o these
Air Force Base will leave the Pa- s hefy waIr i m.of Nite,"
clfic side airfield with heaft m. keoe.I e Wives
loads of toys, clothing houGi 'J a
.,old furnishings aid food doh- Donations of sume, broke and .wer t
ated during "Operation Chris- discared toys have pou *d in mas"
mas." the annual drive by- Ar to the "Operation ChlttWas' .:
Force personnel to provide alwarehouse this year, tae tob t
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FIGHT FOB LIFE Chicago firemen ork frantically to free
two of their comrades who were buried wuler bricks and t n.brs
when the walls of a burning hotel collapsed. Four persons are
known to be dead and rescue workers fear that there may be
more bodies buried in the ruins. Of the 20 Lnjured 19 were fire-,
men. Bitter cold weather hampered resce efforts.


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- BUCK HILL FALLS. Pa., Dec.1 It. recommended mtini
19 (UP) Improvement of the wages, vbg.n's compo
f spiritual and material welfare of unemploym t and old-t.e a
- the natio d,~jO,00 Spanish sistanc.cbe ftsr e extended o
t speaking r tesbtit was advocat- these and other farm wo srk .
t ed today bY the conference of The group also urged that
h home mission leaders attending child fitor. "which exists
. the Homn Milons annual as- many farm armas" be
sembly of' e~WNational Councnl ed.
of Churches. .
Resoluttlis adopted by 200 -
w delegates urged local churches
and church groups aid Spanish Ubw i eI SW6
speaking Americans to overcome
language and social barriers. PrkDaWaAi -
The group suggested educa-
tional, Christian welfare and
fellowship programs pointed to |f Hisi T- l No*w1
interpret the cultural and so- Hl
cial customs of those of Span-
ish extraction, thus leading to a BERNE,. Swtzerland, Dec. 19-
better understanding among (UP)-,SwLtzerland's Parliamenti
groups. meets Tuesday to elect Rodolh
The Protestant Church group Rubattel president of this de
recommended full inclusion of cracy for 1954% a. &
Puerto Ricans, Americans of a
Mexican origin and others be The election ill be conducted ha
granted full inclusion in public without camp ning, or aM
housing projects, job opportuni- inating emW ns or po tWal
ties, legal rights and all other horse-tradln po t
social benefits open to Ameri- .
cans in the nation's communi- Rubattel, Mttster of Econo-
ties, mics and vie-*president of thea
The group urged strengthen- Federal Coul will get
ing of government patrols to $11sOoa-year job because
halt the illegal entry ,of Mexl- law says it is- own.
can "Wetbacks," the estimated
1,000,000 migrant farm laborers The President-to-be is one
who slip over the border each seven members of the Federa
year. Council which governs the cots,
It recommended closer coop- try and whose members alter-
eration with the Mexican gov- nate in one-year terms.
ernment toward getting at the
economic roots of the situation A deeply democratic people.
and toward discouraging the use the Swiss thk it does not fit
of illegal labor. their way oite to have A
The mission leaders urged for- strongm nt at the head at
nation of a federal agency to their government. They be
deal with the 2,500,000 migrant the country wi be served
farm laborers and their families f the members of the
deserted -sa "forgotten Ameri- ltical and raial coalition
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reindeer-drawn sleigh. This Santa came to(
liner and then to a department stbre in a J
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our youa iters if 4ter her as Ws. Anmefilt W 5s4."' She, also dedicated .
Really ridt in a ars. America"' home; at criBd Beach, 'Fa., where the
Cleveland via air- kauty contest.finals will in April. P-Falists it ith
aguar convertible, contest will live fn 51 spc~g *-constriicte lipoes nt tt
njw drive. Grand tour of rOpe Mill be DonoXt covetetdri4.



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thowi* n at v peopl how tq.ward itWa. OfNtt 4 E
picture& show om 6Uf the woaYs.this batthl -7js i
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United )Natiens po1tietail committee while Britain's P. M. Crosthwaite (center) and U. S.
delegate Henry Cabot Lodge engage in a whispered discussion. The debate was over
"-v charges s of religi~ persecution behind the iron curtain. Russia;'o course, denied charges.

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pors was dedicated in 1950. Architects from many
a have lauded-church for its "dignity and beauty."'


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