The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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In bled "% wter 9 .A At r 2si n (UP 1M M ted In 1384 valued Canal
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ar e tidal wave failed tt*-
N the former sllege doctor
ihs hid received word from
ter "spaig" that the world had
mar "rgpped.'
I her tlion, Miss Laughead
Wed the court to commit Lang-
ad to the Kalamazoo or the
ilamU state Mental Hospital
id hs w to the alamazoo or
averse City, Rich., state menw.
Jdstftution. She said- Mrit
ubead "'neglects hebr hw.u e-
ld duties and her- .be.,
-use of her ostco s aW

s*tes his fhformatji .'vpst#
ad .*at lie will be
a flying saucer. In -,eat let-
ter to me he wroe -'do know
that-I am to help wlt # -w ea-
ueaQot, but keep it under your
lis. 47-year-old wife, said the
petition states she bed studied
sop rica that she. hi -beeume-
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iI Pl* eMting of the
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T ay, e h~igh" commis-
o1'r .1IP. hev sadi U.S. fai-
lure to wa draw the troops
"might ulti tely endanger the
unity of the Austrian state."
2e United States
tour-power agreed
control of Austria.
es were view-
ra is a warning
Smight feel Justl
four-pbwer a-
ustria, and cut-
off t e of occupation
o the the nation.
About i troops have
log I A at a camp n
the FrenCh of western Aus-
tria to ri amy traffic
traveling n Italy and the
UtL Zone
..T Unitf ttaes, Britain and
J e|tpd the Soviet de-
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PARIS, Dec. 23 (UP) Pre-
mier Pierre MO4*p -France call.
qd *ntraoM.ry meeting of
party,.- fs toWay in an attempt
to stem the "dAbase of absten-
tion" sweeping the French Na-
tional Assembly during Its Ger-
man rearmament debate.
The Premier hoped to convince
the party leaders and through
them the rank.and file of reluc-
tant deputies that France must
show a united front to the world
on the Paris agreements.
He t*ok he unusual step as
the ratcation debates went in-
to the fourth day. It was becom-
ing apparent, that many of the
French lawm&kern intended to
sidestep responsibility for rearm-
ing Germany by abtaininig from
the decisive' vp0 now scheduled
for very late tonl4g or, more
probably, tomorrow.

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MICHIGAN GITY, Ind., Dec. 23
(UP) -D. C. Stephenson, former
Indiana Ku Klux Klan grand
dragon who used to boast "I am
the law," was granted a parole
today after serving more than 25
years of a life sentence for mur-
The Sftl Par.o Board voted to
toe St _beM hi= freedom but
t was a 3 splt decision.
Stephenson was paroled once
,before in 110 bp9 violated his par-
ole by disappearwjg from a Job
he had taken in .Bnois. He was
found at Minneopolls in Novem-
ber of thbt year and was return-.
ed to the state prison here.
Corrections Commissaoner Ar-
thur Campbell said Stphen s o n
would not actually be freed for a-

Spans, Lepers
S"Ltyetlwrs." Prior to CAristmas day, a
te Instuton group of Fort ebbe women
ned-with o- ndr the decto ofk Mrn,
Ste M avdtau? loss Wit there
Ip th 7 LepaL Coloty at Palo Seco to

wel* -Chad wis n ewle cttahengs
wtit -i4 wflt wo4M- are to be the
a sc k t3 eclt of ae aterial
^of ll,^few:'di and arwel ap.
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Congress wv lte asked to auA
rove sone lmtldeenting legis-
lation, he said, but in general
the program will be carried out
through adminitrative proce-
Young emphaskied that there
will be no "blanketing in" of
present employes under the
new system.
All so-eCiled Schedule A em-
ployes who are now employed in
government positions overseas
will have to puknit to the exam.
nations to determine their qual.
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. U ,e 1-e DepartmenL emplo.yes, Mrs. IsueAnowers' mol
the largest single group abroad, John S. Doud, wt to a
will be the first to be affected. them.
During the year, however. it is
expected that the program will The East Room Cbr
Swas a 20-foot ceiUn
ho decorated with 40 wt
O erved 2 y ,and pouns of 1,,.. 1
ho Served dent and Mrf, senh
a private tree of thel
their second floor wreg
order, Paroled '"lgr
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bout 30 days. Campbell said he family gatherlast r w
would have to submit a parole ed Mrs. DOud ad Col
program, showing a sponsor and Oor jMoore and his
a job, and have it approved. ter of -t. lsenhowe
fThe gray-hred 2-year.od The Preitdent ap
former sillonaire was seatenc- shower saved ftr .
ed to ife prion fore rape. morning, howe
murder of a pretty aI whteh e
stateasmse seeretar, adge 0- a
berbeler, 2 year gp. s
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poison. -but doctors testified; at "t
Stephenson's trial that she would
have succumbed from -wo0 n da s Mr. lhm
suffered in a vicious wsual at- waus la
tack. 1
Gifted with a silver tongue Mr Wih'
Stephensom beeam so, powerful
in the 12i he. broke away from t
the national KiK organization anda SU
set up his own dynasty in" India-
na. -
Me Asuired a mansion In Cw
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ftieaAiresa IS"thetee
S*ve91ars b oae igh ran king oe d
t Ie yearsII nr/n y efte.. .y I....

Y Atha tt becut she piled "beauty and ec.-
o -;ff.....MA erA o s as A or .

|tarand fr~ypcfi punished for behaving imprAEp- A
aU Mt"te opening w ho o -l n their a OF
hAn offdalal Air Force state-

yearsn4,Jewelled Oin wkh toe t a -

to $5.60 N e h for MO d b n n r' TABLE
December 21 f 9oss Irnigard
(imto oAe 99_rker,. n i h rand Daugt er Schmidt."ng e r ..
*Wnt r se the ro r- gl 'of goW i "Exhaustive i investigation to -- -

|d lg l m t ruble, ^ two Sgarsets an a ^e~gelhlcu~ ^ -Achmidtion any classified informa-
-H ~e~2% P0 #e AttiDbocnas oP Dled "b fautty sold out in three ntdwheh te waE
SJealousy-C ra zed M n hol ds PAblOe, d -l., -.. "9--7. atri an onm rc a .C s.aL-

Go .dl At G-unpoint 24 Hours .vis.. .to show u. .. ...., ..c..onlu.. .
s u. nre oaede p b ep t si and twith red face S I. ... o was

W viREST, N C. Dec. 2. hostage, went immediately t the Several p and re u suede band
UP) A ill worker craed cramped quarters an he s d the town 10-man who whirled pole force n their arms
with. jeslonay because tla girl packing cases, and Timberake resisted Before being overpower-h Jeweled, Anti-Magnetic. Sweep -c
I ^trend ted another mthheld l rFved p o h o e b row l tL S me
her at t for almst 24 The strange ri a with a woen second hand. A Strikingly different me
date aIoer i I p topciletd bythecrowd, wihsnluee Office of.,peillI. "" t

cott. m1:ere they woork but end. At one time during the electric line -F and overturn-
released d. tns tuition, oals of the ed and set re to several conducted an inest
ce .1 .m: Tuesday, nra- mill closed down the *rwhetnthen mobiles andatrucks. "
ham Tberak 31- tear old loms thinking that woul ten A town a 40 people, an Ton
tormer men ien to calm Timberlake and allow 'ose is about 120 miles north of AISTorE R ST cm
a plt lra against attrac- the persuasion to proceed et- Sao Paulo. .
Swtive Jeae ,lbeth Davis, 29. ly but the man, rebelled ad the BOTH OU-R STOR S
He warned that r would kill her sdden silene r and wared he Re dents w said to have
lor toemptca to eoff ect would pull the trigger of his been displeased for some S mtime PtTL, cl ae. IIed". I.r W
s olitf work were not resumed, because r wa raoed o O T 1M1T
atarmi be, I the o rd wnTan vo seto continue husIveigibecaunt 0o.c Water & DURINiON HOUR U
ns lFtrer dPridastd t A w town was ee wa
SAwithout power bleaiuse oc.torblnn i y o ve a mon a gift he
jea topsyw nsttrazed- M an.Hodm W( P )p-rAeeob, rat et-.yho u ay. Iii iV n.... ... Ilortonde rfrtshpaofArrcer.i

He waold take nofrd bnt e Pthe week ftld to hl i.II wear and you're sure 2 T
to_ better service itheP townspeople plwspeiease hra most mo.t at

s Via to aif you ohho e frl- 1r -
aS' i 2 b-* iG ata the target 'teof mahouk'mch

Miss ia e cou have pa- t '' as te
ptrpon. odty. George Corbi ,

aee 23 (UPhrleutral AIDE-Nelson Rockereller will **(
deaN .,De.2 a eon be named a White House vr
(UP AWll re r, two administratmIve assistant on for- t towr na
dieowu .rpoiccAt rnd t cls fo. im... HforwHer... andfor nti-MaetSw

anl c4tiange d Welfare.A W
tic .,wit ,tyeoJust n..y. directly f.rm.n China.


rleane ier Finest Hand Made aHOrttedNIHIa

theen :eae ,ro na yng Full Lead, Swedish and ,ly more fascinating gifts. Beltsr

a l *g 3-year- CR YkSTAL sAiIE
&in ,esedlzs h announcement o
spoke o or the "Czech ,d ili te I ip e asi n t op foe , -

tary e and two of hil col-hIn silence at See nsers
labora ta oifoficialt'rammhed.epokes- wr .* Handkerchiefd

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sfit in today's world," Pruis are W tU yc eat yet?
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expression" helps. clarify now..
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9i also his a theory Cle-ha, speech tru-
aon st~kll' so many ques- bles.
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y ask incessant question M Pleasures
nch for information ap to *0'.k -
rents talk so they can copy Renn.-(U)-.Mr. and
n Mrs. ial Wilson hear how thtir
method annoying as it daughter is doing -in college-by
96 be encouraged, checks.
It P the child mas-
ic t- Q of ommumica- I When the daughter, June 17,
woqr. It he cant writes a check, she jots a little
b, he time he enters note on the back telling her par-
he is in for a rough time nets bow she is getting along at
to read, write and listen." Memphis State College.
s h specialist said "the / _. ...
ho can speak many words Mr in
w he starts to learn to. read the
little trouble tyln the cane i
symnbel to the wo li comesto
Ihil d s a comeS 0' abe itlbndto
the child' lears to sead, come by and Tread the note.
he a* d be given plenty of oppor-
tunit read aloud at all age June seldom writes regular let-
levels'. Pruis said. He noted that ters, but her parents hear from
adolescents who have poor diction her quite regularly.. It seems that
and unpleasant voices probably it laks f.ew checks for a

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Great White Fleet U V" A W- 3
New Orleans Sere Arrives i oN' ON u WO UNI
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'S. "AVENI" ........................... ....... Dec. 23 S A iMf
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" .................... .......... Dec. 25 800 l -
.S. YAQ UE" ......................"..............Jan. I

08.8. "ULUA" ................................... .Jan. 9
8.S. "MARNA" .................................... Jan. 10
*8.S. "HIBUERAS" ........................... ..Jan. 15
*8.S, "YA UE" ...................................Jan. 22
8.8 a CYON" ......N...........................Jan.
*8, AZA .... .......... ............. J... an. :,
g' Rae erat4 Chilled and General Cargo

New York Service Arrives
$A S. "MABELLA" ................................ Dee. 26
a.S. "ESARTA" ............ ............ Dec. 27
S.S. "MAALDA" .... ........................Jan. 1
S.S. ,ANGA" ......................... Jan. I
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Weekly savings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.


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Soun ri-fare orm Crtistolar to N ew
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To N*W York ......................$240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco .... $270.00
To Seattle ....................... $365.00




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1.01- *all EtOpeanm peoples and hur
foro aWity, -and In-favor of the
-.... o- b s carrying ut of propoittionas n-
d a r aurifconective security in Eu-
The appeal says: "It is the
..... ..- ..... only way agreeable to God for
S.,- lapeace for umnity,'
It Is signed l* T. Jidkby,
Sot a e. r 'chairman of the council, N. A.
^ e I of BIatI Levindanto, vice-.hairman and
A. V. Karev, general secretary.
A usmilar appeal was launch,
the, ed recently by the Bynod of the
...... .,..,,. ..Russian Orthodox Church.
SMEET WI 8 IJ to best the wint Idbsts at
Len. .s.*The bird The Protestant -appeal addii
IISho .- r' uled ea I A N1 M y-. th houly ream-.
t ock t h ei th e A -b o m b w o u ld h a n g oAe r

can boog arod at tAh 4- e over
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and a 1W figaftefou" near It into- a, obprnedden wcdesert

athe boo w1-d abs ve thlt gnone lodnar within a few days"
A .4 ni --. j j oira canIO OMAHAN Neb. -(UP) -. When

AeiIah.a u Isa idMrs. Bird Struker eo d hftr he froM
A- '" CeIC "I#T 44Al 7-01B 11 s ingtohe ra camoa t j1o inalLor
Aa whid *ebad daml.d the

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ai dthten of diamonds ntht h w bn OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND RICES In America n and English
,tthe qu trkcntry n 1c9r, but atually s ITes
9'rA lot-of .-i Tl--.-. I5 "

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r FOR SALE MISCEL4VRea VPAQP *: SW taji w? hi -SS -

FOR SALt-1l53 Chemist 4-deer ha Theater. 1'W 2W?.Day- P z.187.- monos old; three bamboo w^ 5. ior"f aina tt
seden,i eselleM iMndhle. Hes Over Night service. Groma h's. qnta CIra Beach Cqio dt-; i S. elbos, 24 5- What's Your FY a or It Jo i Iofo. R. i
Drive. CeI Cobs 00, SMOOT M 6 velrn c""6 m ndI fte"'4:30Iten. a10'
HUNNICUT. S.A.@ FOR SALE 'rate roths. Phone G0mbod. 5-4 .LE ti rdfrigerel. ,*wS111; m 1 C1-
OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT:-1952 Cod- FOSTER'S COTTAGES. ens mile Pt sor,25-cycle, 9-ft., prmcticall ne* Si5-.9N Bhr. and Mrs0 "x l.. l
mliac hard, tp coupe. Hydramohc.. M Santo Is.Lw rto P- hone Ho20 ae 538, An o i i(i i Panm C. ,tSOA
radio. 2-tone, good condition, $2,- OR SALE --Pur-brd R I PUPS B t -lbo 2-1' 86... i .7 C oB Bow i d
2-400 OS, Pho Cregered 19 e haIip lr WILLIAMS' Santa Cloam Bech Cot- Roy
2-4721P- pedigree. Seen weeks'old. W taeIo-rockgo efrigeratlm. Iwo- S E l-uso- iL M .
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super Riv- hold till Xmas. Call Panama 3-537 bedroom. Phone Baltoe 3050.. D]IB8 1l V A
iera, with radio and heater, gray or see them at LA CHOZA. 5007 fu d h on O .7:15- D P r
color, very good condition and ood Juan Diaz Rood, near entrance to MSHRAPN i'S. furnished FOR SALE:-Moaory vion mor 1-Your) Dancing t Nichols t.
white sidewall tires. One owner. Old Panama. .THOMIPSON, Batboa 1772 S cycle, 125c:cR, In viery g od -
Price $850. CdliorollC duO- FOR SALE -Parrot cage $15. used 4 nlng rcl, 5. i

uyorsndFrtCayton---i. -t A ll sa They *s.g .?- W ith light Heart SGoein
PERSO N A LS e rie fc hl '. two couple 2 kitchens, bathroom, I, 10:3 Chri- tma Cl rel |I y The .. ...
S2-10or 2-241.refrgertor, orove. Overlooking $-B JInbll-ee aarni4ldPra -- .B__d.
S PRE EEN OR TEEN FOR SALE:-- nd piano Knb. Call SAS Commissary nrth er, :4-Tme F
n.wotdel Oro" Coffee Shopco r of Vi a RN:lsorinfrnish g 0 --Th I I g1-

AGER A BALLROOM QANCE CIng Hotel 3-25 El Panam3.a tion. Via T isrio Por11:pho HLLYWOO ec.2-,M tnd

cel Regist in th crmly decsaoralendFOR RENT OR SALE:-- suitable fr And l ; Dc. Mn w VM0, o wn
Rwobhoupl- ;kbcedrrlteohbeforey:30)

Part Jan. 8th At 2 p n2-1011 comfortable g El -2411. refrigeratorgas stveOverlooking eo l ui e e h
YMCA 4 p.m. P- TEEN OR FOR SALEt Hoteloue, R.. The cheerpiano- ae. C64Knd fll SAS Commissary. noror helerr, O b belevuty."
AGER A BALLROOM QA NCE Cuimtal 3-2573. station. Via flelesorie torPars Is da nYead OyaihkClm Dreques. s mance. 2.Ibedle 'ie= teal da &

COURSAPPY NEW YEARil. 18 V oS tU0! mea tions by more than a d Francisco. Reonable renT ed h roun of con.esm bd plebe phone :0) at

less DUNN or teleroh. their wives who arriTd in Crla- 7:30--Moni Salon Concert ordered by Dr. Joep I. Liber hue to cok. "L ue te
danc Regis In the ch y tobdl yesterday afternd FOoon frm 8: Ch RENT OR SALEch The Wi3 bedroom ldwod take long rest eo a llt thMu
. a 2 Pcomfort l WANTED of El P n huse at Mrafres No. 188. Phone e Ao hpeL P- u cal ovele ala ndtemo heart i hee toa pdtoesumno .
o. A MERRY XM ANTIN u. f Just built mode m the edg of the Panama rene tafor a ;heN ewa trainff .due to aisof t." andthewiomhead orfb ll Ig i igo
A PY NlgEWfuYEiAR. rn .e sot _on p the ithmude ] : ....l
A: cold, too. Reservtonm by qir mad ed a ouo of congressmen t n e e rl aired piant bruw bs e s *
RDUNN.*-ortelegraph. FOR RENTtheir:wewhoridIC- 2-rii-M0asphm r nn -,icrt'7orde r0:C dI urlyo sp M rhgbln" n 4 1'l.-

Btba yesterdayProbed -LESS l sso s'WldntC o-nertO or.1y0 ebm

rN ne A r nnl 2 couple.43rdStr.t NYoraboardthe. P. a, -o U c pReell blfor e has been gi- ofo,_- --d ONLy o-, w, -e
K oW" edteporary heart elanes. d
clu bth W' oBs dI WtieeTEd AENIONid. L Just bull?,odem ma of the Panama Line for aO3 *,,taRvie"Mdndotam VISA

The twin-enfined DB Il l Via Belisrio Porros, thoe state 0o Kansas and wa i 2 0 Btit Melodies t, ,., '^Mi-'. .. 1

andilchAT8 FOR RENT'-2-bedrnoe aport- mtees. ; o if I;..^ol O
anoeraDecre 56 Prs Avenue, s65; Panroclaimed thart Jbeua s er =td r'b fo

Sn reM ousted Puatem un dent furnished $80, Phon. 2-2316 or Waller a Repbl ea 1 2:S T? aS-eke sow hiamo thr d tohttsae id. Int a foreign bte.

*o a ^bed oWANWANTEED:,(.* titco tr NI, ,,M,,e. .. bri o,, :h-pN Ual u -
"tfromp nd w pp knowS.?" ,-iy" ...Ioi. o11t2
2thwe2 r n FOR REtJT:-2-bedromrtoep onaa (td1.)n, yie ae h. .' "'

(P)- ederal i nt Jo e 1rthO? m a to B d bf o FOR RbZENT: adin: .Bdo tho nln atrtie0 -Ta ls p -M lets ld F The tCroll j "'" ,tor S et ^idy&nl..,
B-gP L E SS ONS $7.Ph one 2oo.- 31 Do.L a Mne (o : O ends nin r V rl

DReAVS ad ,hI e c ..a.r d ance ...eewl t r S. r.. Me tnm et No. *llere 6_nd:a-n s. rr .) S B

el'ar Ad rds (ce hnwow a.selr "eo-ac et -pleias ahnn erb etfora to aa ihaerer
Uncloones 1wll. ,start vnautmenIO n"w-ofmeg *gtirthtii Fo-. a

thyerrtaored s"u17 aENFurnishedon e -qudomandnowblies inW i o 1:00.qeCa. do ithJobtoe"1"H

Uwith al b nes Waa ted in th scrap whFdh ware Svertlsed J h ThealWatchI .t ow n:ewe
The WW LY.eCsodl[,iBthe traeinmr "are Pnoteta of t re ew bttNo.s M eleiein 58 dffet lo. Wth T -e Tract been arng a
9Orn i of Ofu istto.ntr- o r.aefI Ad se ot -w aaa mOhllnuembemth i a a on d MI ,tewIot.(asm sma'",' l"aa:

_.Mo Nor0ood rcanneighboors o1 e agen ITHe1.IsI;,not DlllTees11c -. sh. L. MW ..-wh ..wbhTP
_OGD aB G, N. Y. -(UP wer gE ar he div to-l., o s .Qratun l78I236.35 ,n 3. tosIIo f 3-O f.a Ptof Be'rl ce;ente r thov rsa--A OffMaanhatanitl
Brakem Martin Fraer th iFORRd NTret .- urnishedile.- "A ar& w e Za. cha n o te wniert-at Oan SundaeyA.dta nI w-

"chocol.te pudding kie g" of t- ittee atedfresh coff,_,ite on 'oeMl ralas andw asxptoqah n 8g b iny t ir l _i the b ml"$ "

Nu Y Cmenrworked "a nht, St e o auid w young t ge! mIajd r 1I)da po P eavy shbvellg steel. BBC-Baian graBgaCor. The featured speaker _l Na- dent _.S, __ 4
boosre t k i ready fr i ment. nudng refrgeratorsroth t. t t c e ite d States orn two e than H. Korr, t hed and
the we coast with au dodirAk He kes to recall one bd- er d ve hr e bidder. wer5 6D-Rlpl:1lon1 rancae resident, who arrived a te *a -S-d

I 4 Oritl YatersthA ro haaafeal of coffee into or.on yo Newark, N. J.; etat 'Knorr a O. o the foremoata -t. ) m er

Old-time railroaders can 6 pot ana1 add water. Then the ari d T EOf ,V(h; ; anaza- iecl(Png Co. of New York P S re In rehef today. He as
.rpe..4fobaa--.--d_- ..Foreign CommerceCoal'es ,. brokenwrqias ,x, & a w

l o an in e.LT meoetlon wset overnight and tion thae cam ag re. ltMees.A.lynnc., o1t New T $r; 00-IWd8 dN eaBefttus iwho .gid.Rtwes "i

ex- d ad h e3a rm at rua he'd bring it to e bea l in the mor;. sort o (1 on whert per. Barth ing Corp.. of Newark, expositor of the Sacred Scrlpy Ig of
mLNo afh verlDc3r an dnd5 wPheo-Aenen yo5u 5poodran it- h ra tupmirestd bo t un T havw-eoIuefp
Jafnbr wche 19a culina% Iad- 3-0234;. key Apartent 6. born In Payette, Ida., and Is I *nnTexd l Raih w o- r "I feel a is It was

j.otSomiles on its eio usted ouatem a n p d tfunse $80dPoneibso Woa lk er. a Recbioat, .11f :oT The e W"netsly Showia oir u lu. to h a

SrySt .ip a In wan p g z beforenhi s r ehne el, of: -e o rSrUIo. t 5 tffeli(- Oidpany off Cthn-idt 9e h l"^ o_ Jtor a- ISt wa se wadislosur e "
wau ovied thrownbtou"gotrbeofrhis FO ENT:a a eApprtme ptnto omarrieda fo 0 e &Y t bow RanchuBoys ness.,:inJustetrwo days.

Pitry sburgh^ when .wsoetr3gtrdo Prior toa his election to P:-Me iley alAndtFolklInajrs si hday n. t
portd ctheAl-toeghnytelephon.o6213. s, wet] lS i. i and ldt e sI ."I.senItnhi m-a _Chritmas'a

S'to wr 'I' OLD MIRanORS thh. m h atsery .tie s l ar ead n connection b n t
gAs d o f the a 28 Ern*t.Arb*p ue a .4, F R N apartment, In farli6in 4j- l l A d A 'The Hearth one fr WIF6 511 i e laitU mu n t och

AllMJ bs w ot to te wat ce Ae A -l*Cuba in I.w,47f..t"^4ellraa *ant
board cc he y mhisnephewlew m nt, ,before58:329.2-227. Agr Favor M l s Y avoi" t Jacobs ,e a o m e oit.
lec lvn thh wa'voho nb th- oN- F0r RENT:---Furnished apartment,two.ass las ne"hre Is pciw taoe.e for[to a.istants o hre.
orns wn 0ul Ilildut by t CmCluniit f ores of Cal. Cars v0dV E5kare 4 :00 cODlow an l lThe Department' wOf Justie
dies 1and urcivi a rs e tac ken. t r r eon e- onho, o 5:30- NewsUlQeg n of t4-0n& a i z esq m id the new arressW o"

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WBght because of TV-mW 1s m e .I o -A
.Ae is odw home-serteen m et. .2 -The goveyament ai.d "day junking the no-calmed c,-a W ..nan: wo betrayed
a i So dit te- w A t-- t of iu v i re or" Claup-. defense crets to- the Reds ham
S iclrd lightly last be- o worker d their with been granted political Asylum in
i'' ** Alan Ladd B,'v Ardei d rean cause of higtI' prle ta and contracts tied to the government Ovies Germany.
Ung. ;ad*us.. he flickers. lower trade-in allowances on index were not affected by tlhe A broadcast from Red Berlin
r- n~w 1n66 cads. November report because their Identified the refugee am Jakob
Simultaneously, Labor secre-1 .ay Is based on other period. Kolb, who is wanted by the
.151y *I. .. Utary James p. Mltchel mannounc- in addition to food costs,; rc- police in West Berlin as an al-
SdBt g -d med the take-home ay of factory V3 on house turnishings an s eged accomplice In the unmuc
S s el evin thar *workers hit a new gh of $60.46 5efrigeratoro, Aoves, vacuum cessful kidnapping last week of***
who a -week in November, up $18 cleaners and tokrterse down a former !West erman defenseM
e l h 'iiA I I from November 1963. in November. Some pf the cuts security chief. -
y WaSite? Kemy' Te atar M ArJf iPrC iirrivat In ( g The Labor Department'a con- tame when tAlowered The Red Radio said Kolb fled
"Monl Bec ,e-tra"? f umer price lndeg uad one- rices to meet competition from to Soviet Berlin with .a number
..amesnaneS. N' .1 nth of one. rn inR.10e c discount houses, the department of secret documents" from West
clown a l a a I aa Vga --* ber, halting a tee-wm de-~aold. Germany's embryo defense m-..
bake filmuslcal, The Grl CHICAGO, Dec 23 (UP)-Win. New York City had a mrningcline. rood prices were low-1. Other price cuts were regis- iatry and from another group
Sa telbid llo to her ter arrived yesterday on a topy- low of 24 degrees ad mer- eat since January 1951. tered n reading materials- and described b theCommunistm asa
i= w musieomedy Won- turvey ote, with chill weather ry got no higher than I1st n recreation, an "Amecan-fnanced intel-
TO i In Fldia~~ and warm eelZ es in Columbus, 0., had a frosty ow Theincrease put the depart- price rises were recorded for Iwgence agenc ."
.las lseat down I .canvas chair ot of degrees ment's November ate nt, fuel, medical care, person- Friedrich Heins, former
e the Parimount rehearsal aste .B the new peasu was in top Boston had low of a degrees 114.6 on .a scale Whichz based l l care and houeshold opera- Security Chief of the defense of.-
wiped her brow with a towel, and fornt li northern New- England, and a midday hth of 21. pt e nq 100 for the years 1*47-49. tlons. f e headed by Theodor Blank,
e a ; where a sterm iduned up to 16 coldest spot .in D East, as 11 The' department Mil that In lDrops in prices of meats, poul- told police o ret last week that
Si* inches of seow Dtaine and New as in the nation was. hess addition to the higher price tags try and fish to pre-Korean war Kolb lured him Thuraday Into
:' aviii a baL We'l kill be Hampshire. At least 13 deaths in N.Y., with amdy ri on new automobiles dealers evels paced the November de- Red Berlin, where he was seized
4 Iel, a t U. I daUtWL "- the area were .attributed to the onlyr f et Ye ,Uhave shaved the Uberal trade-in crease in the food price Index. and Impris6%ed by the Russians.
adIt of Betty Hutton. weather. Ment., was next lowest wim 9 de- allowances they were offering n c eHeinz said he escaped from a
.i a l~lU started even before' Winter bowed in officially at grees.. .m- October in an effort to get ridDp prison compound after 27 hours'
',ir, I Tomr." While -win. 4:25 ta.m. at the ment when Winter was a complete stranger f left-over 1954 models. ctr a A To confinement
at tardom, R had t sun re the most other ithe re st then the southerntip of Tex o Mitchell said the rise Red a aid ein
S stt litaRdc M ,ver saw, She ly point of it e sweep outh of the where Alic ted 78 er takp-home pa oe factory work- ".- luntarily.-omaipanied Xolb into
.oba pin. put- eqsto rhi ha, between e and Corpus Cht. r pled-with relatively d territ but was re-
itduhs^ Q dUstasft of ad the ^ ibu So _AEie teww of a n-
.. 'a eTt E. I .apdftb "2 '" meant a worker .wlt l "bec r tle cause of un-
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-W --- i gl liUs"e ag scar- tra U d ationl I vt i e andserv ices thab a, JI Alb ViDec .5 Ko1blike'r tin, s a foyner
,p t" Ui-too aytarp ..en a ago. A single e w r cou l Kbf t a----Rim I n-f m
sn a w shortest" y oA year, wi er cent more, he saiod. WASHINGTON, Dec. (UP) official of the western defense
.. ,e ._ .rs .sant'F hel0 Rii .I the November Increase -recretary of Agriculture Ezra organization. Both men
.saying it other hemisphere at their flat ,as not enough to offset de- T. Benson today reaffirmed ed last year, and Heinz was ar-
fakto Terry Moor. who test angle ni a Ulines In the previous three plans to declare Mexico free of rested in March on charges of
may uNA everybody by bei Th'ie mer sank a the 30s in kVII VI i months, the price report meant hoof-and-mouth disease Dec. 31 financIal Irregularity" involving
coming aMnS. uawf Z m a liam had a W'cut for abot640M,000wor"- "he action will open the border government funds,
i Ias af Buta LAN rN e. Various Industriew wh o pi1nports of Mextean cattlsand Todas conan broadcast
t ed-- M aag arelnkedoregoveniveockp ts.saidboth me ln.gave the Reds
the u ar a str crashed dow imt index. Imports of livestock and live- doe tdiseloi
,workmentod ay ._.o.also would have meant a stock products from exio haveB
the glh slat e10 no woin and te crt yI ing four others. neent hourly cut for about a been barred, a required by lawIntelligence agency, whia--'
Ja iDakotas, dtosb.ero balsts seventh Negro waS missi g but po r,
U at. ,thii"me i', temperatures lice believed he bd left ac illoi ailroa employs under since May 1953, when the a.Re ain i headed by en
rd with aB plaa ,Bet oMot.,l ad a Indday in.h N prse r Reinhol ehen. W e 46eviW 48 Mp qa lmy ( 0 About W Ngros were digging log A A M At eWS 6'
be.-adisneoo frontbndaht.=h `ecUd le ") 11A b1.a D at o
.Me).moien, n rancisce1, 3J i i La hightretta Wr 1A "to wr h i w e
Deetok e ar to be concerned ended early .a. entire straoeti collapsed lest N'
too. ries were reported in the mou,- the workers sawthe wll gin- T Kll Hf
tains of New York In the Great shak and scrambled to saf but aVE ni ern
BScript .fun:- Rock Hudson meets Lakes re 'on and in the mot' six were caught and cru in uedE L
an aristocrati ent of the. .M tains of wshington and Oregon the gigantic rockslide. MUSIC?. HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 23 (UP)-
ried who invt-him- to his Forecasters sad temperatures construction supervisors obtain 'Maxine Andrews, one of thi
home i ~-Us ..."Tracey." "P'm were op i rpse in much of the ed jacks to lift sectns of the wa- famed singing Andrews sisters
afraid. ym.wo t mA k metif.yeu country after S9IM. atpy weath off te mened _.l ; ,ma gl d- .O denied esterdascMhe'attemptrde-
Prmw..-ioni"as'y4 r,, c fZy in8t7.4 etr,_.0 Detective W.. f r- said b A,-'., -.. .-' llb sis, lof'scnBS...-
son. v^w^^i^( .-/eW:.40lo litte >-... .' .. -;.. one of the, deadly I-X N' V I I^ e p"1i
the older man.. .. ."chion, 24, o t IThe 37`ye0r-o1t '*unette r&-
.1 adl ..a faro-house,"M lto ls while theot heAd turned to her Chatswotrh home
i^s M 4-.rthe l -Iiifid injured + were Lu. r where her stomach was pumped.
souim wornthlr,, 33. Villa I", "1 dd., not try to killmysit,

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Pete':usowa i rwear man. Mssell, operator l e 1, -
u4eturer was s generous with tlon company, said. 1. am
his Cadiac the parking lot at-they are -al out.' ".- _1
tendants*didn't usually other to I looked up the the wall was
check when strangers showed. up quivering," said one of the N .. i
to borrow" t. e who escaped, Frank Caus.i lew Shipment Just Arrived
checked the ear out to rim an ern. dumped back out of the way a.d r a! m
rand- for Mr. Gussow." They ll f know is I just'startedll i ,
drove to his home, loaded his car out the man tot elght of me. -He
witl. Il and furs was still alive when W h
'ff said sw t he e other "drIv"r, O .car '. Pitts,- r
mNeacar.igLbLo s l pck said I was seared.""'.' '
mensd si a. -dA u anothye sacreamingw d G e Jos Feo. de Ila Qesa ve. No. 38
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tempt caused by despondency
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0IOR1AND MRS. 88YBOLD xta'as Porter.ents
ONI A CERISTMAI PARTY ON THE HILL Members and guest. exchanged Ditelb catr tU
and enoya th" carol sing- dowed wi m
obe Guver*@ ef the Oa. t ,oan prlsetlwerea.G.oN. .old pde uJL. -
S.4eyb.ld, saa Mrs. Seybold will be kisgle.1er &, Chttuiis s'opese twreMsG.NIyofte th
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Party at the Governor's House this evennrg. Engleke, Mrs. William Brooks, ham was a MY Se00on
--r- MrS. F. MeLeon, Mrs. J. F. Meeb. hmwas- b.,o
Deai ,attaO Os ci*L .i, Mru. Egcif Mrs. J Ils. marl- k edt "
Gust a t Kebbe irt ])lll dames Facer and MaUsn S uth End0.-. .'
t. Col and Mrs. Norton Lee Erc R. Osterbeg .f bd days or t-me Laan. B-
DonId of FL SKobbe entertain- of Bla qi4 La, Mounce theBrs3 a Innders tmestate pre. deied
on Snday afternoon at their birth of a rnaJe O The winners o thea dupl cate e the .
Kobbe quarters with an eggnog on De. 14th at Gorgas osphtal bridge games played each M ont mb sres a -
ty for over a hundred guests. day evening, at the Tivoli Guest bars an fly-spec
t .rea~nts were served from ...House, at seven, o'clock, were:
able beutfully appointed in the Monday Musicale Meets first and second, tied by Mr.s. cude celebrations of the Eha.
as motif. A 12-foot Christ- The Monday Musicale held Boon with Mr. T..Wilber, and Mrsrst at 6 and o'el and the
tree end a nativity scene ar. Christmas meeting this week in L D. Boney with Mrs. Ann E. D.m presentation of a opec ,Uoneert
by the young sons of the Margarita. Mrs. ,. prown was s third, J. Schnekdr it
tid, corn ted.aMr. of" t. 'gm Mr Brtviz""hid Dr. c rwt|m of Christmas music at T:SO in 0tel
y, Rod"erick and Fredeicktchnarge o e Col. C. W. Kouns; fourth and fifth evening.
nald, comtend a traditionl Mrs. u E. .Jcretd, Mrs. BUr also tied. by Mr. and Mrs Roy. "
Yuletide se for the ace.-"Watson dnd Mrb. 11 rown, a. *Clikenhau-,andMr.Bedsaul wit Conducting .th services and
Scompaned on the piano by Mr.Bower.
C. JT. Genii presented a Christmas ___he__ev.______rt_________r__
ol. McDonald i chief of the phantasy, hen the Christ Child theo Rev. Mhe hrhMssM
Id Service Division QuarterB Came," with music fy W W. Clok- (Fod more scieta ndews leas has as bounced jhat
te Section, USARdARIB. ey from a poem by Laura Spencer turn to page 9) there will be recorded muasie in
S o the church on Christmas eve frttn
on tn"ttibt.Tmh"ewi9:00 p.m. ntal the beginiag pf
bh arols and ln

t fo... .- -Cdttln DRESSES Iri..tma e- ce I...,,the. .-,u
h" cktaIl DRESSES TODAY'S THE DAY when4O gifts individually wrapped B~ et Smay fe.
members of the Junior RedAue will bve distributed to school- In 5th of Nvmber Park /
al i- ,,piti ....eo,,ayMi c. children In the Republic of Ptema.M Each child who made a The clergy and congregation of ,
istre ana"vt cnean ANDBhAtms requ-est will be receiving exatly what he wanted. The lite girl several churches on the Atlantice
above is busy pasting the 2Mnes of the youngsters on each Side will assemble at the Fifth of, o .
STOtE h In Cape Shape J packwe. November Park in the City f Co. The Chrisn season bel to lvn that ,
Ion, opposite the Municipal Pa- children. No 'thoarguesh about tLCoCW.Jf Dtutadfmmtevng
ac e a dn Qan Can PETTICOATS lace on sixth street, for a Christ- aoe how bMut a few easa to pre- abae.
Tweidesetingfortheocc- WtsmAndMOn29SundayV Clckehtreatd M. Bdsal N nnd them, hi

cooprHINmaonUthecpi andytr.L .sevcsand
C. enl pesnte aChistasM Bwe.areaching Ch rismas rns wllbe Mks

and many more Smart GIFTS at the massed church choirs under .t fort ee a m t d alo..
UMcCnalhschrftmahatnthrhentutChrb direction of the Rev. stCidert thWRththenew
that mother ai daughter To Hold Sinlg the-Sea. A carol service at. 1 p.m. PeteJ rethere will be addreh- me r o
will love to reSvc eoU rfrCh in New Cras- bywarSpnete lrtae)ehain and in English. salseothe noncdh
,.tobaat theequest of many res- at the Atlantc de Escoal "The Rev. John H. Towteed, l a fewl b ..cot
,4e the A anticad. of Church. The ca will 8.T.D., a clergyman of the Epis- 6e.s tSB Ilor once'.q, a
I* st& wl~av, 4 as lowed by t) m 8 capal Church who for many 1ear Il tn P sd co
:0 m dm *o h ol uhrs. 1eie, Clawl se nth yh ,Ii 6
IIeo'thT e Aeven A9 q'cldek on Christrmas .d- Spanish, and the Christmas ht-f ers ag
Fellowah group ingm.giteithe -the R ev. inavid A.

ay:...u ._. atek erat-~.0 pm.s m of the Hl crst. otvresidyed an"tt
mem orquestra. orngtR, o will also be Inessa e in Enillsh will be de- with shortening ert
tel. H3112 .bChl rCoeinteRo the Eucharist, with the junior Cho"ir e. the Rev. Davn d A. ati wolf. And oo re
e,*s" illbe w group. eciiiim g the service. gin, of the Rainbow th BaItl .m ad ,
J"C .g r wspr IUnder dectionMrs. John The schedule on Sunday, will in. Church. A woo rlse mb tstr iteoont.
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10fau, NormCCS ,favisd4 and os, heua ef a.4o
Sugar. ,Katlhti Haluing willlbe pany" Lf !v a,
aAto the c eo s of the Slg, the ta- ...
additional candelighting cerem on y glJ0( Ir1 8 a tot-- ri.

w"lfl_=.. + ,h. take pla .~o.te vce. iI+ ". '
The yontv orchestra will also haBo0 on Sunab exrtresqt a"
81y at the Coca Solo Hospital onr
istma Eve under the direction
of Louise Sugar.
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Service Tbmorrow %F
At Balbet.Ublm. Church Rtbaa
A IirlsadhisiOf Carols And Dan-aweLJ i r ad ho
**.dlel tn"will be conduct& at milsdai enl addt t~e-
the ~ata Union Church tomor- h awssled5 tye
o wa ". ebhe a cp.m. and and- W|pse ith0oZf
I* .I-artiUnon huc Crsta aCrstCurhBylipdietin-oshewit asrt wthth ehotyP ; d

d eH wHo. the oservianc e w Omr w be in I...
fThe Seniort Ch1ir thder the di- romeuiftiS sad

.. .111 n*h UAeciofMrs. G. A. ".iboa dtan
tomsob' alawat t1015- atethee the service.e

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bySeeti," ae banGa aapr o-4
Nth, raaltedu*iction by ut k ChoirsGil hdzopCrwferas

ltl Lary will omphranythe plasnrs.wllsp
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a a eo complete ..Jt."ai A.I Mor II son]j
JWust ay "Care I" hsermo oetupT. sEvent.eseric. an Ofdh Wedw it 3apistb cio o wd o. a 6

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PfauNorm, chickartl m .,and
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Chrstas veunerthedrecdo.

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deantion l st itU novelty 40-
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d fnY to a muet-jmjlgned pro-
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3fm^rug TndTM MIND AUyZ-H. A. and
Cto the 6WED RN FREE-
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Ms^t Haf ..-. .. =, m .d. ., .. .this kfaidflf-t o,.H B.nt a.ij'. .< co V.
Strong ef. and bo,Once s wo11At d Mety II sAme- uwn act silly
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5.E.p; a J Int- pwqy from elme de Jaens r Strtb, acti'jnjg just *t6 moke others think thwy
^^a -- H. Capt. a day ean ve aan t 81 aren't old enough to know better.
h Idilhten8 .n e ways p1ssble to anuf- me ,=_ "-- "- ."- r,
rior e-o, .-homemaker. pssibl -eag^ A l
-Mr. Eloiett -- It is anl of these thingia thatithej
U 9 J. e A GIRL J UStL(begininghert o r ane he t fl HIT PkiOM E OF THE YEAR
A emb GIL aea er ti reaive ahomemn t t a4t do
Azemb; wi tes of her discomfort over her "So before a wMfea deees t, m e
oer of t undeveloped figure. Most f oher nly way to hep her husband f-
andrs fr ds look like ng lades anciaHy is to go to work, she ,
v ae" vitors fromshee feels awkward beet "be cught to keep track for a few an...and you now fs .is
SSide attending the doesn't yet. months f exactly how mueh men- .
Both sides of this problem are ey she is saving him bf lO a /
'Fotwig the meeting refresh-icommon: the r who seemminl full-time homemaker. I a t he'll treasure
meats re ervd the banquet a behind her casmates an t may startle her and' hr bus-
baln R 6al Radi d and her the one who develops before her band-if she i a good manager
com friends. This Iscompletely nat- and a creative homeaBker to fyase
rural. Just as one girl's height discover that she is earning iore
shoot up. when she's ia the sixth b being a full-time housewie than
A n AR grade and another doesn't could earn by holdl down a pacqge .
until she's starting high school, t4me job downtow.S.' ,
I so do girls round out at different This is a possibility that saouldnt a
&sea : be overlooked in today's tendency and
mi The embarrassment o neerns to credit ust the working wife with
A L.LA not being completely. average," helping to share the finaneal load. /sea ed
uulB tMu which no one ever is. There are ________
wEv **hW-U no exercises that can start a girl .. j
.' ICAGO--(P)--T Aerican on her path to a woman's figure U u R
AselUona maylt ter before her body is ready. There iWe iW v p W & inft
tic heart" hed be dropped are medical treatments, true, but ., .
b it isla u b toO many these are for the very rare airis In VlR *
seit e.o be a who haven't, matured at. aO Ds rorwns I I ve Aronce '
t onf 1m V doe not they enter their twenties. No R V, c
aist young teen-age, need seek a doe-. After Xmas PalV
-An setiltrial in t Jornal of tor. Her problem is waiting. I I iHi .I J
the AMA said reaprts ca the effect While she waits, there are many K
of exercise on the heart lead to courses she may take. She may MIAMI, Dec. 23 (UP)-'I Te o-
the conclusion that "Infeetions are wear a padded bra, if she wishes, dy of a ftve-year-old handicapped
more ~ portant as a cause of car- It will make her clothes fit better. I boy, missing since Sunday night
diac el'I than bertcise." She can start making her clothes when he wandered away from a
that ".ex at home so that she may have charity Christmas party, w as
il' styles that "'but 'sr l olnd- in the Mimaul River today. 'The iaw tas.non in e asM. l .. smart
body She ma o nGeorgBrown, spot ..e y stmulating the perfume Paris is wild
a lower e ex ancy styles, pleated and ruffled bl s little Shapley J.atf loatR& not about, and we have w.nerful pri ce on t1. s
t ith a li r e. worn with jp ers. The ry far from the spot, from which he eat rfume.
S thet of popular shrug atersthat look disappeared. Hewas identified ea- great perfume.
I orts.hah like. boleros and button -at the silly by his ridegorduroy jacket 1 ORIOINAL BOTTLE 59.50
thathere neck can make a girl appear to and green oordiaoy overalls.. IIAL BOTTLE 0.50
0 0 dout" that strenuous have a larger bosom. I saw the bo floating along In M (Stateside Price $18.00 oz. plus tax)
e 4 'S .r rt al. The body its own the current," Brown said. I knew other, ges from *2.:
reipdy. <|Jj)| yan t ace. The next corner the flat. him right away from his clothes." rm $.
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Merry Chritmao
and a
Very Happy New Yea
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dren taketo a Shrine Christmas
party from a heme for exceptinn-
School officials said he was on- MAI STORE: BRAN 8TORE:
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te ted today ts case a- year-old ..child Mtafi new sieric traa tis Chr Y, (UP)
atl n ]Kla T. R6tetta had col- in a mangrove thlc me :2" fit pob woS iad, nt MaXUe Y, Calif. -.(Up )
S ed l i had col- in a mangrove th e but the most elarat railroad out
pseeumt.4ISiiissal of 7,Z 4bar Motherstwho.worryoaboutu
an in et the Bal- At the time, Roberts w" e~ o- Noeple lN1' and try to raise 'the
ore tP k -ob u tm i s-ters oftwnrrandup wyth
-'tieore kid- ing a round of night ch w Node son of Pol Ca. hl
nap-e of sven-year- an attractive divorce clientL INoble., s his bowd space port, an r a
ala dGa ,14 Ann Rob- Dorothy Lawrence. a d' amazing mi ature ao n of i o sta embers ofhe
Roberta' "iai~a n what some day ray.. become a
Cire d d e mft Cannon Tor- Roberts' Miami attorney method of living outerspae.t varsity ofCaliforla after a
deredlI degree murder charg- T. Von Samft, said dlamlua Young Noble carefully anibled St f. pants whose "spt per-
Ssa aga Roberts dropped after the charges was only a partial the finely detailed layout in a son Y" children are hospitalized.
rtcelvi' request from State victoryy" basement in eight months of pain- Dr Prestwood and
S ty. ( e A. Brautigan that staking spare-tme work. He used Mrs. Shirley Kahn skid psychiatric
e ca ot be preetned.The "This ndic- suchemsaofs miniature thalt ar- s t mothers showed
trial ha been scheduled for Feb. tlon of wn tcns .3 caliber shells and carbon se personalty characterishcs:
I Sr. T ZaftIt a1 'dioxide cartridges designing "They appeared controllag, de-
S he is the guilty 'gravity generators," a "mercury handing in a subtle way which
in B more, Roberts said he the way open to re.ndictt him vapor power plant" and "inter- seemed to forestall open rebellion
| Was gra tled by the action, but and rush him off to jail again." stellar ventilation units.' of the child.
he call on Florida prosecutors The 30 x 60-inch model is no hap- ..
L to "mai it clear in a public Von Zamft said he knew of no hazard attempt at a new toy. The anThey w ere more dependent
Statement" that he had nothing legal way to force the state to go young hobbyist based his miniature ta averae on the opinion
K to do with his daughter's death. through with a trial although he plant on research of space travel and approval of others.
sBttigBm said his action was thought there should be some and related data ed. from "Th we desirous of the 'per-
pro pted by proof that he could way to prove Roberts "was inno- books frim saent audhorities i I '.
r ut o "reliance on the testimo- cent and'was being ..persecuted on the subject. .u y 'We doi t ,-the
ny" of 'he state's star witness, unjustly.. ,* Fs also reads a good deal Joisledaew gs e opred with a passive
0, CaraMt Wood abti the fact that A' a fiction. husband.
Judle Cannon refused to admit Roberts said 'he felt he is en- All parts of the space port are tAnd they expressed attitu
as evidence the results of lie de- titled to "complete vindication." worked out in minutest detail. Min. toward sex which ranged from 'a
tecter tests Roberts took volun- "I have no hard feelings to- iature washrooms contain tiny bars Jection to tolerance.' "
tarl y in Washington. wards Mr. Brautlgam or anyone of soap In midget lavatories, and Prestwod and Mrs. Kahn said
rTe lie detector tests were a else," he said, "and I hope the there is even soapsuds in the bath. other common characteristics were
major factor in Roberts indict- police Will now go out and find tub. apparent in the group they stvd-
mett, but Cannon refused to out who killed my daughter. There are miniature telephones eb. They said irrespective of the
anlit testimony concerning Throughout this entire affair I on the walls, one-half-inch coat number of children in the faoult
thbt at a habeas corpus hear- have been upheld by a clear con- hangers, darts on a dartboard and ch prenicts "of child asked ouerent
lg several weeks ago under science and so has my wife." playing cards on the table in the schizophrenic child as different.'
Whith Roberts was re d on' g eroom. "The parents often anticipdpd
$1z,0 bond. Neased oble apparently does not be- inadequacy in the. childatndt
Wood a private investigator US Nhief eve space living long rational fears were reque
of te murder near the scene of ends Christmas chen cabinet blare forth the super- port aid.
h tecrime, an overgrown vacant sonic praises of food and house.
let t the edge of Biscayne Bay. sge i Men hold goods. And Noble has even "Each parent had an intense:
Sood placed th i Me of see prov pinups in the bunk rToom. feeling about the 'rightness' of his
od placed t because he said he of seeing WADec. 23 Nobel showed his belief that own values. These values were c-
bee in the Clover Club sha dm Carney, chief by building a small chapel corn- gerally acceptable, yet none of
on "O man and woman f a o f V ent Christ- plete with crucifix, candles ad e parents was aware that Ite
e ie of his private deteo Navy men limits he set for his child were 0
us ice. But a-Miami newspaper and women today. le also diagrammed floor plans much more exacting thpn those of
ted out a few days ago that for many of the rooms, drew up a te community at large.
e night club was closed by a e told then It it a great pri- complete roster of 200 men and "These parents directed the child
cout order that night because vimle to be ''st guard for women to occupy the space port toward unrealistic goals, and both
r of beverage I .violation. Sr edom i nd history." and waored out oxygen and water parent and child were frustrated
hIe sleeping i rts child WAS require tts by day, week and at discrepancy between the fan-'
ched from 'living room HO1 Ial rewards month. tai ch4d and the real child.'
.it h in her parents a- of a anot great As to bis opinion when such com-, y and Mrs. Kahn sad
flament here 6. Her ab- but. W spiritual plexities wfll be everyday living "over protectiveness" was c
aw 'or drove herlh her grand- strpie tf-and a pew fIal dignity considerations, the youth said, "I sistently present in both fathers
ft her's car to the bayshore spot that. comes only to those who think maybe in 50 years we can and mothers of schizophrenic cl-
aevral miles rfom the home, have done their duty." do it.' drei


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