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
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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PAN~f.M A, R. P., MONDAY, .",EMIER 21, 1953 FIV3 CI I T

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Christmas Stories

(fom LR5ound I /Ie

rins all day today did
SZonlans pE ChrWt-
ioghout the. Isthmus res-
d1t continued their harassed
te shopping for gifts,
rappingi, big and lit-
1 as tre dand frantic
.it-ma of Iw presents to

t office shelves were groan
lth heavy burdens o "Do
'Opn Until. Xaa" .p et.
a o fals said the m i ati-
.:in such larte quantities
W1l.1have to be clear-
,Me ram aao
Ieat k
peiK up thae jus Ilp= *
aa-am, *S* t"
mid load* ofinlal Aid A
pcge sv ei^ dlrtitbt&ed
o4pnow it 3 he pettj t6c
Only 01,u3 of t dis-
Tmal wt tb o4* has been an-
SChidstms 'gcos,. by La Boca
Jun1or0Co-iko1 e4tudei'n on the
college zroudA toWlaht were

wo u a'wwnrp. -Aouuvre a.

WASHIGTO;, IDec. 21 (UP)
Piesiden$ Elienhower plnas t
make a "prayer~ut appeal
world peace" or Cristmas Ee,
It larned tod"Y.
Aides sa id, o President will
key hi appeal tq his current et-
forts .o g ut iutua to join with
this acntry and other free na-
tions i6n reducing the' threat of
atomic .ylr.
The speech, a brief one lasting
only four amlutes, will be made'
from the broadcast room of the
White House and broadcast nd
t4elcast between 4:30 an ds:30

E i bwa.4 the President will
1 0t 0*d around the'glant
,4iw "'.on. the .Whte
her e will speak
b fly a' he throws a
li.ghtlag the tree.
Prealdent and Mrs. Jlaen-
plan a quiet Christm
In the Whnte House 9ter
e ceremony. On OhrIas
zwWlngjVw w~i fly to Augus-
t. frOirtmas with their
non, Maj. John 8. Eisenhower. his
and& there, children.

MEXICO CIT,. Dec. 21 (UP)-
Dona Maria Izaguirre de Ruiz Cor-
ttn, wife of .exico's president,
"P $way 10,000 baskets of food
n, mammoth outdoor Christmas
."i 8 ay for needy mothers.
w8e was assisted by the wives
of he members of the president's
cabinet !ad other government of-
ficials. The party Is an annual af-

Sj B Christmas baskets
we and heavier, 33
us~ul. They included
coa, lard, flour
.E .sp..

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ABHEVILLE, N.C., Dec. 21 (UP)
-The Ar Force's "Operation
Christmas" was slowed down to
a walk yesterday as an air-
minded anta Claus and his four
GI helpers hiked across a frosty
5,000-foot mountain crest to
reach the remote village of Last
Cove, N.C.
Santa and his assistants,
who lmnblly use Air Force
elkopters to hiss over chim-
ney4tps In traditional fash-
ion, frly. In'toe manznd !oad-
'5i,8 pounds of Chrts i
gif t at bck packs and
started a ~ggeu exan climb
tat s-w-cle sed peak

e ie enl ted men were
t, trt ianot-forgotten
lgllSoEdt Lout ove--one of the
ast1 latea ot ,b.ithe east-
qyn tUni|06 -t te. t"
Aoim-tm tir 1 mt ;. the at~
was iftlposlbl* because of tricky
wids, but the Air FWote decided
to send in 8sfnt infantry style.
84tM -wDIo A airman first
d aJUiqWao. at Indiana-
A four fassls-
Mon.u ai cr in a
orgnear the TeaeeC state
l and tled Old Met Top.

fotere e
001ojl t that
make ujlaL COWv.
Lost ov' wasn't on the list
when the 9th Air' ,e started
Its. annual Operat. Chrtst-
nis" 'darlv out ofi Pope Air l'orce
Base, N.C., but after two bell-
copte ti eains ,ored momo 5O
Ndrth i;rolian5 onphans with
*ft4ts, a fW presents were left
aMd someone 'remembered Lost

JL6t Cove was Included In the
"Opeation. Christmas list last
ear, and a member of the patty
that hlked into the little village
last Christmas. T.-Sgt. Leroy Es-
tes, dt Chicago, acted as guide
f6r Santa and the other three
enlisted men this trip.

AGANA. Guam. Dec. 21 (UP)
Guam's vre-Christmas aerial
tragedy toll skyrocketed to 38
dead and missing today when
the NaTy officially listed as mls-
sing, a rescue plane 1 ith 10
crewmen feared lost while
searching for another aircraft.
A Navy spokesman said the
twin engined "hopped up" C-47
has been out on radio contact
for mbre thin 10 hours
He said he did not believe the
plane's trouble wa radio failure
as the pilot would have return-
ed to his base immediately.
SOther anes n the area would
whav 3tcd the rqsue rLane,

Wiging its wing.
The .C-47 disappeared over an
area n which a dozen planes
have beenflying in search of a
weather plane missing since
Wednesday with nine men. a-

The spokesman said good
weather prevailed over the area
witH'--ery lltle Wird.
The heaviest death toll was
taken wn ln an Air Force Super-
fort mLafi g ito i s field for 'an
emergeny landing, crashed into
a housing area at Anderson air
base, killing 19 persons.
There were a total of It n en
aboard both the-weather plane
and the missing rescue ship.

SFRANKFURT, Germany. Dec.
121 (UP) Thie US. Army radio

VIENNA$d. 21 (UP) Tots
behind the Curtain are get-
ting a ao g full of propa-
ganda fta Cl Itmas.
The ts have replaced
the Cr world's Santa
Claus ,n austere figure
known iari "1tther Winter" or
"Father ii st" who hands out
information instead of presents.
Children in Czechoslovakia,
for ltntance, are getting an
earful from an old character
who the Communists say
comes from Stalin mountain
instead e the North PlFe,
When be comes to Prague he
makes his headquarters at "en-
Uightment hoWse" instead of a
department store, wnd. fol-
lowing Is a sample of ls line
as reported'by the Czech Com-
munismtdaily Miad Fronta:
"Would you believe It, dar
children, I nearly failed to iMc-
onlae -your beautiful: country
thib year. Everywhere I went
nsw factoliles and 'beautiful
houses for the workers were be-
ing built."
Instead 'of the, traditional
flowing white robes.of a bishop
which Czechoslovaita's St. N1-
colas wtre before Communism,
the new Satea ,is dressed In
shephetperd ogrb.

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On Dec. S ,-' Cehoslovakla's
Father Frost and RtUia's Diadla

flori all the Russiansf" and in-
structed citizens in the Kosice
region that a suitablee turnout Is
expected to meet him.

JERUSALEM, Dec. 21 (UP) -
The biggest batch of tOurists
since the end of the blood Pal-
estine war in 1948 has applied to
cr4o the border from Israel in-
to Jordan for Christmas eervlc-
raeli government sources said
Customs and immigration of-
ficers of both countries have
been meeting for the past week
to discuss ways and means of
transporting over 5,000 pilgrims,
including 3,000 Israeli domicled
Arabs, across the barbed wire
separating the two countries in
tine for the Christmas festivi-
ties at the birthplace of Christ,
the sources said.
Meanwhile, unseasonable rains
are cauasig flooding in low !v-
'ng areas on both sdt2s of the
border and are seriously ham-
pering the attempts of govern-
ment forces of both Israel and
Jordan to keep the flow of pl-
grims moving. Immigrants' huts
In low lying border areas of Is-
raef are surrounded by a sea of
mud and connection with the
outside world is difficult.

DMiffeential Surey

To Reich Congress
SGovernor John S. Sejbold. who
returned over the weekend from
Washington, where he was at-
tending a meeting of the Paa-
mI Canal Ce's Board of direct-
ors, declined today to comment
eh the resignation of Undersee
retary of the Army Earl D. John-
Johnson, it was learned last
week, will continue to be chair
man of the PanamA Canal board
of directors despite the fact that
he resigned his Army post.

statio II Fra"kfUrt received a The governor also refused to
letter today adrZi "to SaBit divulge what subjects were dis-
Claus" from fo Anlrcan sl- cO- sed at the board meeting.
lers; 'When niked about whent the
They asked for: oo., Allen and HamUtton wag
differential survey would be
S gn, each, ra *gl a at transmitted to 'Colrea8 ybadM
c' rede girl with the fQW- mid it would be sent by Jan. 2,
I tist: age% Z t, ~rej, which is tha deadline. However
tesitnP p4'wthi 38) he did not know when Congressa
.!" *u wll discuss the ror

WQrid i

PUSAN, Dec. 21 (UP)- Christ-
mas for 10,000 victims of last
month's disastrous fire will be a
dreary day.
RIt ..Wi be -Jtt another 24 boulk
in thair straggle to stay alive ,i
smokey refut e tents so crowded
the occupants sleep with elbows
in- ack ihoer's ribs.
eIfthbneless by a fire which
destroyed two square miles in the
heart of this seaport of 1,000,000
population, the-refugeeq look for-
ward not to gifts and a special
Yule dinner but to their daily d61e
of rice and vegetables.
For the fire victims, many of
them Chri-pn, there will be no
Chrisas trees, no shouted greet-
ings of holiday joy. It doesn't mat-
ter whether the children believe in
SaataMClaus, for there Just won't
be any sata. Claus.
iThy do have a home-although
it-is only a tent.
TTbey owe their new homes to'
the hard work and generosity qf
American soldiers aided by the
nLAth #k4"n government. But the
s -iare to busy providing the'
refugees a place to live to think
about giving them a real Christ-
mas. .
And' ,besides, the tots in the
crowded orphanages of Pusan long
agor.aught -the attention oftGI's
lt ing to aire their wemh at
Christmai wttl,the eWilh*ea of a
strange nd. a ,
Wle Nv. fl destroId about
o4 os sm backs

3Si OWtf v the flAe Viccfmf
'e urterd I. huge warehouse
0:'L U., S. Atey's main' pier:
But Col. Irving L. Harltow eivil
affair* officer forethe Ko6an base
seWtioa, promised all wild be in
ttets by Christmas Day.

Chrisbmas In Jail

For Two ian Bias
Two Ban Bls, each aged 21,
will be spending their Christ-
mas holiday in the Balboa jail. '
The two, FaUstino Ortega and
Humberto Pauino, were fount
guilty'of loitering and petit lar-
ceny and were each given 30-
day 'l sentences during today's
sesaon of the Balboa Ma ls-
trate's Court.
The San Blas were originally
charged with loitering in bar-
racks 72( at Ft. Kobb on the
night of t .c. 18. Police Investi-
.ation and further questioning
of the defendants revealed they
also were r-spoisible for the
theft of a W5 wristwatch from
another. Sanx Bias. Clahdio Her-
nindez, also of Ft. Kobbe.
For the petty larteny convic-
tion, to which they pleaded
Kullty, they wee each sentenced
to 20 days. The additional ten-
day ail sentence was lU gosed
for the loitering charge.

YVIC1'ORI HOPES. At Versailles, France, French Premier Jo-
seph Laniel waves his hand as if he believes he is headed for
victory in the worst deadlock in a French Presidential election.

Laniel Slips In 9th

But Deadlock Holds

..VftSALLLES, Dri. 21 (UP) -
nltament failed oan Its ninth
today, in the b tterett
c bW int Its history, to elect a
Pr *dent of France to auceted
Vihbent Auriol.
Premier Joseph Lanlel re-
mined in the lead. But because
at determined "stop L.aniel"
movement, he lost votes qn the
niath ballot.
tje~ itggSt proiidentlal elec-
tio T ed unbrok-

ForA M. Prof

The publisher-editor of El Tra-
bajo (The Worker), an indepen-
dent tabloid newspaper publish-
ed intermiittenly n Pana
Aty over prod of years, d
clared tW 'he has instltu
court actinto recover the
Its from iitverttemtnts p
lished in'e Nov. 3 Issue of e

Puubis-bb Heraclo Rojas Ir-
do, sai& hhas filed, suit in thl
Second Olt Court to recover
half of ea* 500 allegedlv col-
lected. a, .Tfed by RufusIH.
Buette aCli. resident, and
his wife Tanda.
Rojas Paro charged thatBur-i
nette and lws wife collected for
$798 worthbof ads Sold for El
Trabajo kI Nov. 3 i s s u e, and,
after paying $247 for the print-
ing expenses. have failed to turn
over hlf',of the remainder to
him as iAd been agreed upon.
Rolas Pardo also charged that
Burnette rid tis wife have fail-
ed to answer i heated citations
to smeat hn court to answer the

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" Wii ]b- .The Zaici C-46 above had it wingtip torn off
C ah iar ng at Tocamen when an' cuadorean Air Force
C-4 ti lt t ttake oft, collided with the parked Lacsa
plran. whichwaq Wding supplies and baggage before taking off
orsa J f. Rie. The wing ot the mcuadorean plane
v'1~ aIl was damaged

Persuaders Ready



From Stateside

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PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 21 (UP) The United
Nations will ask permission tomorrow to make a last-
minute broadcast appeal to the 22 American war priet
owners who have refused to return home, it is leern"
Any hope of delivering a 22,000-word "come home"
letter to the balky Gl's apparently has been killed,
qualified sources said.
As a last resort, American officers will ask the Neu-
tral Nations Repatriation Commission to authorize an
emotional tape-recorded message to the Gl's Wednes-
day, final day for explanations to unrepatriated POWs.

--- American officers have kept a sion last week demand in effect
sonIn historic Versailtles strict secrecy on the contents of that prisoners should have the
son n htorc Versalles palace, the taped Imessages, but it was right to explain to the explahi-
prepared to take a 10th ballot, believed they contained heart- ers."
Never before had more than broken messages from families, The demands ended explana-
two ballots been necessary to appeals from civic leaders and tons to South Korean POWS la-t
elect a President of France. popular American songs of 1959, week and blocked American ef-
The unofficial result of the the year most GI's left for Ko- forts to persuade the holdout
9th ballot was: Laniel (Indepen- rea. U.S. soiditrs to return home.
.ent. 13 votes. Marcel-Edmond If the five-nation commission The Americans insisted that
le (Socalist) 365, Pierre approves, U.S. officers 7ill roll South Korean interviews oe
SIndepeident) 103. a high-powered mobile sound completed before they will at-
French television got tired of system to within a few feet of tend the interviews.
the nation's electoral staltemate the barbed-wire "Communise"
lndlooked the other way while camp. Cs an
IjMwY-caU are4 lwmker3 ,^ sp
tp as the wi t M en iking the -I's to W m after a 14-day beyeett of
t r in eight un4 reconsider their desire to remain the explanatioMs.
wanted ballot had su1" with Conimunism. Some 2 of 250 prisoners In-
cdedd oniy la earning the na- The neutral commission, how- terviewed agreed to return to
ti'bn wrath for failure to come ever, sai the 22 copies would Communism, giving the Com-
up with a new Chief Executive. have to be delivered to the POWS munists something of a propa-
So the national network an- oy an American officer. ganda success. In previews ex.
nounced tentative plans to skip It appeared certain that the plantations only three per cent
telecasting the return of Depu- U.S. would not do this, al- of prisoners interviewed chose
ties and Senators to Versailles though the reasons for refus- repatriation.
for another weary try to settle ing were not clear. American The remaining 250 Chincs
the deadlock between outgoing explainers had expected the prisoners in compound B-3 111
Premier Joseph Laniel and So- Indians to deliver the letter, be explained to tomorrow. The
cialWt Marcel Edmond Maegelen. The commission chairman In- Indian command reported th-'t
-Yeaarday's eighth ballot dian Lt. Gen. K. S. Thimayya. the prisoners have agreed to at-
gave Lanie 430 vote s-only will meet the American and tend the explanations.
22 short ef the constitutional South Korean prisoners tomor- The explanations were quiet
Majority hb needed to take of- row to give them their "last and orderly except for a fet.
flee. He ptmaed a supreme bid chance" to attend explanations. isolated cases of attempted vid-
today and with traditional Thimayya said he would enter lence.
esaiian stabborness was con- the compound after a meeting
fidnet he wald win. with the commission and talk to A ver-. e
The lawmakers were really up unrepatriated Americans and Y e In me
against it at the normal two- South Koreans. A
ballot task stretched on and on. The Indian general said the From All Sources
Fuel had v1 .low in the drafty commission will consider the Fo A S u
old palace. prisoner petitions which have Wa $1,639 In US
Laundriep;nd clothing stores blocked U.N. efforts to talk
.closed for the weekend, so the with the self-exiled POWS. The average American had ai
legislators had tV approach their Thlmayya said he did not income of $1,639 last year. Ic
dignified taI In soiled, wilted believe the 22 Americans, one cording to a report by the U.6.
shirts. Briton and 103 South Koreans Deoartment of Commerce.
Yesterday the strain brought would leave their north camp Average earnings ranged fro
one deputy and 49 palace guards compound but said the U.S. t2 260 in Delaware to $818
to the point of collapse. Medical POWS might accept the writ- Mississippi.
authorittles'1dedd to withdraw ten appeal asking them to re- The department's figures 'n-
the gendarmes protecting the nounce Communism. eluded wages, salaries, dividends,
palace, but there was no relief The petitions which were re- interests, rent, social insurance
for the Senators and Deputies. ceived by the neutral commui- benefits and relief.

Munro Going To Washington;

CLU- To Hire Business Manager
At its annual meeting in Bal-Ito defend and support U.S. citi- ings be held with the U.S. Em-
boa Lodge Hall yesterday, the, zens' rights in the current treaty bassy, the Army, Navy and Air
central Labor Union not only negotiations between Panama Force. (Such meeting with the
reflected Howard E. Munro as its and the United States. Panama Canal are held now.)
legislative representative but 2) That the Metal Trades De- 10) That Panamanian citizens'
voted to send him back to Wash- apartment, AFL, continue to sup- training in the Canal Zone be
Ington as soon as he can accu- port and maintain the 25 per aimed at their becoming better
emulate data on local working cent differential for U.S. citizens Panamanian citizens.
conditions and other urgent in the Canal Zone. I 11 That no organization can
matters on the group's legisla- 3) That the Metal Trades De- take the place of the labor union
tive program. apartment. AFL. continue its ef- in the economic welfare of the
Munro will probably leave by forts to eliminate the income tax people.
next week's Panama Line ship. in the Canal Zone. I 12) That the legislative repre-
CLU IMT president Walter 4) That the Metal Trades De- sentative of the CLU-MTC pro-
Wagner said today. Wagner was apartment, AFL. continue to sup- ceed to Washington as soon as
elected to his third term as pres- port and maintain the commis- local conditions permit.
ident. series in a status satisfactory to Besides Wagner, a member of
Among other important reso- the membership, the Electrical Workers Union, E.
lutions passed at the meeting 5) That the Metal Trades De- W. Hatchett of the Teachers Un-
was one to hire a paid, full-time apartment. AFL, continue to fight ion was reelected to the post of
business manager to handle the to correct the adverse effects of secretary which he has filled for
labor grouD'l affairs on the Zone. Public Law 841, 81st Congress,'many years.
A 'comRnmtte was appointed to with respect to rents, commis-: Other officers elected were:
map out ways and means for es- sary prices and other employee; 1st vice-president, Willard Per-
tablsahing and financing the po- services. icy (Machinists: 2nd vice-presi-
sition. 6 That the Metal Trades De- dent, Louis Damiani (Operating
A history-making step was the apartment, AFL, continue to filht Engineers,: alternate legislative
resolutl6 caing for a minimum for free medical and hospital representative. Rufus Lovelady
Wage of. ts an hour for all services for U.S. employes. (AFGE); wage and grievance
pers a e ed on the Canal 7) That the Metal Trades De- board member, C. Coate (Elec-
one. a -.partment, AFL, take steps to ob- trical Workers); 1st alternate on
The uydgi group also went on tain a policy of stable employ- wage and grievance board, D.
record as aoring "equal pay for ment for its members. Kiley (Electrical Workers): 2nd
equal work with equal qualifica- 8) That the Metal Trades De- alternate Louis Damiani; treas-
tions." apartment. AFL, take such action urer, William Fischer (Teach-
Other resolutions adopted In- as is necessary to insure a per- ers:; trustees, G. Lee (Teachers),
clouded the following: Imanent work force for the Ca- F. Baumbach (Painters), H. Ph-
1) That the Metal Trades De- nal Zone. gren (Sheet Metal Workers);
apartment, AL, continue to fight 9) That monthly liaison meet- sergeant at arms, E. WooMai


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titfed against his will at the dra-
matic Senate Sub Committee
TH kiAIL BOXA hearing on the Harry Dexter
THE MAA Al 0 A ~Wnilte af fair.
The nation's top G-Man ac-
The Mail Bo u a an open torum for readers ot The fJnigm AM,)oe tually went up the Hill to pre-
ce.. Lettm s are received gratefully and are handled l a wholly coa, vent being subpenaed, which hc
dealidl, believed would have set a pre-
if Ie caribute a letfte don't be iMetisa it It doe t. ppear tie cedent daIAgerous to the natlol's
r day. Leten oare published in the elder recved. security for all Lime.
Pleam try to keep the letter limited to one po~Wa knti Had Hoover actually been
Idetiy o letter written s eld in strictest s a lsm forced under subpoena to appear
This newl paper assumes no repmonsibilit tor state l as opinions before th." Congressional body, ,
ORPHrnd In Mklotn from Madan the FBI would, forever after, ie *
eM a teeem re ween a sitting duck for investigating
committees In any adminlstra-
Therefore until faced by ac-
lir:l Lual legislative summons, J. Ed-
"Hale to See It" has the right idea about putting the bee. gar Hoover flatly and conpal tent-
>n the loan sharks. But I am reminded of the old aaage that ly refused Senate Invitations
'there's no protecting a fool from his folly." P.nd pressure to testify In the
Hasn't there been established in almost every local-rate White case.
Onqmunlty a Federal CrediL Union which wllH lend money at When he did go. he did so.un-
easbnable rates of Interest to cover the legitimate emergencies Ier equaiiy reluctant orders
hate enter every wage earner's life now and then? from Attorney-General Herbert
Loan shara7 iaLen on the conviction that "a fool and his Brownell
noney are soon parted." I report this to averb, if possl-
Ii business fell ofa, this menace would disappear, h!e, a fetd this nation cannot
-Cynical. now aflord-a rift between the
FBI and some of the nation's
lr: h is my solution to the housing rent problem and should alhey ll Noew Defs are Mrtu-
y very fair to all. ally all New Dealers. Moot of
Why not rent the homes here at a rental based on the in- them are so-deep in the Dem -
llvpual's income? Base It on a percentage wJa could be quick- cratic Party that they actually
V reached by adding the US payroll for al l1ployes and divid- finance and run much of its pr~-
ng t by the amount of rental which must be received. This could cinct machinery in the eastern
ae done monthly as they know what each unit costs to build. and northern states. And they
'I am sure that the majority of the employes would favor feel that !ne FBI was political6z-
hi, idea instead of paying a flat rental fee, and I am sure that ed by Hoover's testimony.
he lower income personnel would be paying far less rent. This criticism has come from
'Of course, all homes should be assigned on a seniority basis reliable and, most certainly, an-
rh h would give the older employee who makes more money firstf- ti-Communist union chiefs, such
hcice on the newer homes, which he wou1ldi prtably take, as s CIO Vice a President Emil
ie would pay the same for a new one as a- oMex oe. i eve. When Rieve, head of he
_It would be a real break for the new employes as it yt ght title Workers UT~l n, hits, he
nekn a nice home at a decent, rent rather than tle i~der, dl.a- like a king-szed, mechan-
ddated ones that they are only allowed te~stlr I uptirt told ,red abttering ram.
o Iove. They then get stuck with high rent ard low wages. Recently he told a regional
I believe that the average rental would run between NO CIO convention that the FBI
amd 50 a month tsed on percentage, which is a fair price or was now a niltlcal police and
t even in the tes.- should be feated as were the
Why can't it be done this way? Gestapo and the MVD. To a
--I sted Employe.. void the spread of such charg- With Indian GenteWl J iltna
Ses, which I know is being con- to .he 22 Ommunlat-m Adid &
template, and to bring men In hands, the last zsue0i
of good win together, I report bet to freedom eyldeitly an'
;et your XMAS CARDS at actually happened llthat I~d the
yo r XM AS11 biardy weeaked when the I ylc m.ctior said the
-at MORRIS Q N 'S l& I- ch auens" t
EkE R R I Whitq storm broke. "-clige their mlinds, _IU.u ex
a0 Nrowneil's speech was firstrm-
t K 0 R ted in the forenoon of Fri- oame ipla to and n e
(Opposlte Assin Fo t jofflee) NOV. 6. Somehow thle story to become farmit a a. A, *a
1t2n't quite stir anfy noie or tfr world peace"
rhouirsa, 'ien It hit. And No doubt Allied
tile Democratic publicists under- ed the chance to
rt- ndably begir hitting back. But if
They planted stories implying w
that ex-President Truman and i jst as wplt' e
3. Edgar Hoover hail agreed to all reports sugeststha -
moYve White from the treasury have the political vlon I&.
Sto tht International Mone- isnt ey
Fund -organization. There utisn b easy for us at Ane U
I ENTRcould be kept under sur- w0 have known America and
C-t W Healtr c ul anitia by e e abienk td underr sue -.
Se while ex-Commun.l t
HEnurIr.'Betty Bentley went back .eh f l -pr
into the rirg and tried to make
contact again. We Dsbly vaor know
Naturally, the Justice Dept. ly,e each
Presnts: and e okeBmen for the Seaate h* 'fal '' f"
Judiolay Subcommittee on uven if
laterall Security pr vately question them. we would not iI
asked over if there whu Cmy the truth. Apparently t

He was later substantiated by We u4aqis
truth la these stories. Nator- the stage when they eor 15

Mr. Truman himself, who e- e2
COMEDY. LAUGH HI r at ay time isnuedated h t hat
SIhe had semferred with the pBI
chief -m etratte. '
Shows: 1:10 3:06 5:02 6:58 8:54 p.m. Th ie nate subcommittee tiien
asked -3 ato testify. He
returned. he Ies of his al-
1010 TI.. T leged- I White's co- .
Attnued ~mment employ con-
1G*" Tf T C~ PAnued. up over the week-
S Ind. sure from the en-
R4WPin -s. eubcommlttee put i
infit u p. 0 Hoover. He(whi
would voluntarily or aqus)
Lv Lesub ll r then went Clb.
tc A were. faced voice
Swith i aat they could perma s
not 1plopena from the tahe t
d the Senate Ju- Pimrre.D iPoanto
diciary which, in for a sln e,
turn,.hh er over much ga den..
cf the .qpt's activities Palm Be
and, _oPer the FBI It- sinksatil,
self f_,aticea hlreh
-' ot ofen- thi Ible
TIVOLI THE MUSICAL MA8TERPIi forced the head of lambs..,
SIN TECHNICOLOR! our o before a po- lived han u u
Iltical told Hoov- ore me tha h
ANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN" with Danny'Koye ,r u ~ji,.i rr- A- s ... the
Also: "BOMBARDIER" to, n A a.
tile The abor r
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r ,-- t~ 00 per mut. iempy'
Thera durable be-
1'ind th' ~ ~ llscrd5loL Autbo uIles Verea
if e-st~t'i their la. g tevy in die iA0
I nis~s~Pi .np~I4 decided tl~i ulpsrai~ modte

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Yeu'd be murpnsed how many tolk
are leaking fa whalu e you have to
l(i. Ye seon reoc 'em r ickly
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vent.,o Bomen may hatw bucki .M
"O ne M tin we can> .ure ot ~ine ed
not yet kLow what pommunam __uUfUi|
way of life.-a al about. They- avan be Ri
in Isolation and thus curtind off4fre the ug
realities. But ti asituatlon cannot iprtal foi
long. Boon they will go out into the Communlt
When they do, all but the most fanatic Will ge
I shock. They are going to leari that thW. Ohbm-
munitas' vaunted contemn for humanity I a orubl
Joke; .
Thev aremgoing to learn that to-the Colmum
nit peMae ia nqt a burnl.Ar .irtSO. ,bui i

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Both sides 'ul.
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Opening lead-A Q

When the Winter National Cham-
pionships begin in Dallas, Mrs.
Edith Kemp is sure to defend the
open team title that she helped
wib last year.
One of the reasons Mrs. Kemp
,wliJ so many tournament events
is that she takes the trouble to ask
herself why her opponents play or
big as they do. The result of this
tpe of question is shown in te-
d's hand.
West opened the queen of
s*ides! This imaginative lead was
made at several tables, where
West hoped to "find" his part
near's long suit. At some tables.
West regained the lead quickly
when declared took a finesse for
thJ queen of clubs. The ace of
spades and a spade continuation
then produced four spade tricks,
setting the contrLct.
'When Mrs. Kemp won the first
trick with the king of spades she
thought to herself: "Hmm, he
must have honors in every suit to
make a weird lead bke that." And.
of course, this was exactly why
West had chosen to lead the. queen
of spades. He'd have been delight.
j1 to lead something harmless Uke
a worthless doubleton or tripleton.
Testing her impression, Mrs.
Iemp led the jack of hearts at the
second trik. West promptly over.-
'ed with the qeuen, and dumnmy
with the king. Declarer re-
ed to her babd with the ace
clubs and led another heart,
ssing dummy's eight.
firmed her impression about the
ture of West's hand. She decided
cash another top club, scorning
Finesse. This dropped West's
q n, and now declare had four
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Could Be A Bear
CALCUTTA, India, Dec. 21
(UP) The director of the In.
dian Zoohglogal 8t~'veye said to-
day the 'abominable anowman
cf Mount Everest fame inty ao-
;ally be a Himalayan bear.
Director Dr. Sunderlal' Hota
'aid the footprints found ,in
the montinin b y various Ever-
est expeditions, and particulr'y
ttat of Bilton Eric Shipton 'In
1951, probably Were nade by ai
1'ear which strayed to the high-
vr altitude. I
The doctor said the prints1
,'rre seen too high for a warmly
hooded beast to live.
"The snowy wilderness and,
:raciers at Himalayan heights
a.uld not support much vegeta-!
le and animal life. Polar bears
l.e under frigid conditions but'
nut at h, ghts where the foot-
or;nts were found," Dr Hora
A British expedition is being
oirmed to travel 't the upper
reaches uof' le HImalayas Int
search of the creature which
made the footprints.

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MEMPHIS, Tent.. Dec. 21 -
tUP) Robert Brickey, the
reluctant bridegroom, said today
he was sorry he balked and left
the bride standing at the altar
but he was just plain scared.
The bride. Connie Watkins,
said "It lust about broke my
Robert refused to go through
with the wedding yesterday and
Connie bravely carried on with-
out him.
Robert Is five, Connie is six.
The wedding was an act In a
kindergarten Chriatmas pro
gram. The frightened Robert sat
with his teacher while Connie
and her bridesmalds did a little
"* don't know why they pick-
ed him the groom," said Mrs.
A. 0. Brickey, Jr. Robert's moth-
ar. "He won't even invite girls
to his birthday party."

club tricks. West had'uch obvious
trouble in finding discards en the
clubs that Mrs. Kenip decided It
was quite safet o take the diamond
finesse too.
This added insult to injury,since
making 1t tricks was enough for
top. The eleventh trick was just
an example pf perfectionism.



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ACROSS 57 Stpo I
I Asiatic 58 Irritate
kingdom eI}aN
7 It is a sen. 1 Upper edet
Independent a cup
--.- state 2O nmpIan
3I Withdrar g8oadl
14 Morangued 3 Indlawe
15 Peaceful 4 C*loetightli
10 Rounded S Get up
17 Spars National 23Great Lake ,4A ":
18 Protective emlergenAcy 24 disk 46 t iU a
device couel. (ab.) Mun.taina il,
liLamprey 7Neato word (comb. form) i46ee
S1 Entertainment 8 Rangem It is in the Faret4 C n
group for 9 Marine ash 48 ,
armed forces 10 Roman road 2 Smell i
22 Conduct 11 Interdictlon 0 Promaonktr
25 Electrified 12 Paradise W Spouted vesasl ~i '
particle. 20 Chines nut 4OCublo meters u Iar (se.)
2T7 Gabeous 31dit~d 42 Crupenter's tM M
Element 22 Sprawl ui ~t .
1 Worthless .
32 Three times
(comb. foena)
35 Fruit drink
34 Falsehood
35 Cetacean
(comb. form) .
36 Distress sign
37 Church fast
39 Garden
40 Steamers
41 Roof fnial
43 Short poem
45 Casb leat
48 Meal (Fr.)
SuigLcal saw
64 Father or
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owing ealy OxWs I..
The tgh: of t.A g ae 'bl-t.
whicn "sank" d1 shtld of the
EI wetok atUl teats in the
fall of 1950, were e hibled
ealler thli week to mayors who
attended dcvu deifnae coner-
cleiCLs be.
It ~-o 1 Mi., siwt. an
hor u Atofle 'Energy
CommIloU edi,! it, for secu-
nity retap, to about 30 min-
The gives a brief si pe
cf the UidrOioen devti" OeAre
ie e;ploston, aeIM eUe bloas
&selL and. anown same of tie
The device -was rigi up In
a small laboratory building on
the Enitw.cok slaand. The build-
Smg dIappeared in 1labh of ltht
nd the explo;ql "detooUshed,
Cte d. lear.* ea- ter 175
feet deep and a ile across be-
low tt saurface of water.
Authoritative .or h a v e
aid the expldslon wa equal in
pbwer to 5,00,000 ta of TTN2.
Mayorabwho i4r*C quoted Civil Delase A,. iI e.
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mas. fet. (AUP)
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en the Communists left the VIENNA. Dec. 20 (U) -The
:Ihding, the exoaldiers attack- Egyptian uade delegation now
them :n the streets and at a visiting Prague has& Xpressed
earby utlway station. the "sincere and firm desire of
aReinforcements f gendarmes the new f Eyptian government
ike up the free-r-all. Many to work together with all peo-
unm~unitts and tbeir adverar- pies to assure the. peAce" the
Were Injurd bt officers :e- Prague D j Zemedel*.a No-
no I edite rrest. viy d yeste ,

oem't add up. Be- agees that The delegation. led by Gen-
i ablving the problem we can't eral HagapD Ragab, a deputy
nterfere wit1h ay own export minister Iln Prage for econo-
uiness or the Internal con- min diMeaIlots wth the Czech
aerce of the country that gets government. Before coming to
hae food. Czechoslovakia the delegation
visited Warsaw, where It held
What's the answer, French tals with economic experts of
wlsh"h he knew. He's waiting in the Polish government, Zeme-
iAHM's New York office for good dels]i Noviny saud.
Ideas. "
The. Eglptloo delegation said
In a eonftuIlque Issued toda3
that "tbib Vci Is based on tha
good will between .the two na-
tlons expressed if the mutual
L -- cooperation in, business and in-
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ftr' h"tlt the office
Cbrbstas party in-one
of El Panama's suites
ort Maong. fs easy,
so mani a"ore fun

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The long-suffering lady
who usually prepares the
Christmas dinner or party
will appreciate your thoughfulnes.

will ehj the thrill
of an l1 Pauamai Christma
dinner -p0ty... favors, decorations,
mudie. wonderful crowd
Remember to make your
reservations early ths year.

And you'll be happy you thought
of the M1 Panama answer to home
and offle enertalmnent.
Everybody will enfoy it... especially
the hoot!

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ted thaL the Egyptian de
ton viited the world fnam
Sof Karlmad with ites
sin an d RnIaswoks. On 1
urn trip the Egyptlans ste
I off at Pilen in order
t .the koda auto works a
len's iad 'Urquell" brew.

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FOR SALE:-Divon with c
chair with cover. Very re
.722.Prado, 2nd floor. Call
%0R-SALE:-Portabi* G.E.
machine attachment Leat
-Wrought iron chair, Nu
covers.- Phone 3-548
mornings, afternoons to
FOR SALE: Electric stove
burner, large size $85.C00
board $105.00, wardrobe
00, dresser $95.00; t
tables, $15.00 each. Cust
mahogany furniture, one y
only. Tel. 2-3518, Ponan
FOR SALE:-4' burner sto
condition, oven and two
Apply 97 Justo Arosemena
top floor.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator
double bed $40, leather
chairs $65. dresser $6, plo
Panama 3-5307, Apt. 7
Col. Joaquin Arosemena.
.^OR SALE:--Gas stove in g
citron. Four burners, over
and two drawers. 5pth St
FOR SALE:-Refrigerators or
.ig machines, 60 cycles.
ft. $175. Kelvinator 9 f
Westinghouse 8 ft., $200
aire.7 ft., $180. Frigidai
porcelain -with freezer,
Easy washing machines $7
and $53. Easy payments
surcharge. Mueblerio Idea
ephone 3-1216, Ponom
iF6R SALE:-1946 Indian C
1, condition, $275.00. W
817. Balboa. C. Z,

39 Graduate
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.Control School
Thirty-nine students a
:ed recently from the 67
.of the Panama Area
* Control School at the p
.ater. Fort Amador. Co
jS 1'e was gtadution s
S Future ntiaetor
school Lt. Gerald M. K<
m .r--ed as honor student
The ceremony cul
three weeks of intensive
for members of the g~ro
Consisted of Armn. Na
-Force and civilian person
;yl3rlswa? -tle first to v
Awntn e. sc,, '
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iForeign Excess
Personal Prope
Un For Sole
SBids were asked today
-lots of foreign excesI
property located at Coro
SAll bids, according
Property Disposal Office
+!be submitted in quadr
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the amount bid, t6 the B
AfBuilding 630, Coroozal, b
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2-6318. HASMO S. A. TLI. 022, Via eyes. The price for one order Is Gromlich Santa Clara Beach cottages.
sewing 51. 75 Cts HANCOCK BIAR, Central electric refrigeration, gas stoves.
her case Nw ir cial 600 x 16, $14 Avenue No 145. Tel. 2-3002 next moderate rates. hone 6-441 r
ist linen 670 x 15, $16. With your eId to Cenlral Theatre. some side of 4-567. .
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e, our Automebile Row. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic ens. Phoi' albW
3, side- RE:-Automobile Liability Policy No Centra" Avenue "K" Street. ca Cr- I
S$130- UCA-1033217 covering your 1951 ner. Telephone 2-3479o. Pn WILLIAM' S mt Clem ach Co.
e_$130.-__...... ..__,_-- tges Lar ge. CUSS$WS t todem n.
wo night Morris Minor Convertible Coupe. Why does "The Lady Want a ,g beach. a xp
om t4 ilt Pn ink' at the Drive-In Thoetre? weekends.
year used P Sition Ofere Cl Navy 3812. Inew numberI for nilH. Oceaide ts Sant I
__a. WATD:___ _o_ _mn (Genell Bliis' Coco:oli Beauty Shop: Clero. Box 435. elb. Phone
ve, good WANTED: Refrigeration Serviceman.lso for information her Santa Cla- P .1., !
drawers. Theoretical knowledge. pmple e o ra Beach Houses. Beauty Shop _-.C 13
SAvenue prince th domestic and cor- Equipment Portons, glass top
Ae e indispensablee BEqupmentPartitions, glasses Ipe FOR REN I
mercial equipment anle godtforf- tables., Shmpoo Chairs -
ees dpnsble. ribudoro ls., permanent wove michlne. Bai
$65.00. El!ctrico, S. A. Ancon Avenue. manicure tables. dryers, utility O IE
sofa corner of Hstreet across from Au-Tbs e
sofa, 2 corner of Hstreet across from Au- cabinets, gloss show case. etc. Very rCR RENT: Furnished residence
ypen $5. to Service Co. cheap. Call Navy 3812 business Na. 25, 44th Street to floor, 3i"
I No. 7I hours; Balboa 1389 evenlnpg. bedrooms, library, livingoom, din 1
ERSj--ALS --MI Ingroom, kitchen. INid's room.
Son' ---'. : .... MUSICI
ood con- RY XMAS Do you desire excellent dance music garage, etc.. on groun- r. Tel-
reet Noi r or &our socials. receptions. etc. Then phone 3-1920.
Happy New Year call BeirinEi. Tel. 2-1282, Panama 'OR RENT: -t 3 bedreoi. chalet.
d h Harnett & Dunn completely furnished, hot water
d wash-- FOR SALE Bello Vista 45th Street No. 39.
G. E. 8
t. $225. l(ha Mipe'l*-en,. u FOR RENT
. Frigid- (r e l
re 9 ft.. FOR SALE -Long Playing Records Apal Um l
$235 Claoicol and popular AGENCIAS .
75, $50, DIAZ 37lh Street No. 6-A. ALHAMBRA APARTMI NTS
without- ALE- Collecton of c Modern 2, 4 and 5 M "nurni!hed.l
l. Tel-r!m lE Colon al period. Make nce or unfurnished. Al .l m"4 l Olfice
no. Mr. om n en 'htmo resents. Cal Acker, 8061. 10t Street, oi Tel-
P,]-,, 4?i7 phone 1306.
-- MOSCOW, Dec. 21 (UP) --Tle _1a4-7_ C e ATT G .. 1 ., Io
newspaper ravlw, cornmnenuia .'C SAeE --Three year o!d gelding Tmi d I. nt .wimodo rn
on tlhe treason nuicrmeat, OL aentle as a dcg. Excellent riding bedrooms, hpor. olt.dte Tel
Lavrentia P. Beria, said todsyi Ilore fo; small children. saddle hat. cald 'wter. Tel.
tee Bovi.f Government and and b;idle $50.00. 1948 model ephlvn Panama 3-4941.
chief A- Communist ParLy nave auup.ed Noh Sedon; Will run five wheef: OR RENT:-Three bedroom unfur-.
/r;te Box decisive mea&s:es6' calu1ii g or cnr t.res Be't offer next 5 days. nished, top floor, servant's room.
constant control over "tace vit 5183-B. D.ablo. Tel. 2-1597. garage, hot water, Ecuador Avenue
of all links" o, the booiel ap- FOP. SALE -RCA movie sound pro. No.14. For information apply
yaratUS.'" ,c:icr, 16 mm. latest model, new; do*nsta. I
"Th' ;&,f Cd- irnist Party Also movie screen, 52 x 70. Tel- FOR RENT:-Furnismd one bedroom
The OfIcill Cotmhnlst Party eporne 3-2710 from 7 p. m. an. apartment, ktldhn, In private res-
ne'\papeer sala the corner In- idenee. 4th St. No. 3.
teriora Minst.r 'saved spies sent 'FOR SALE Fire Engine for q 6 .
mnt the UI.S.Ri.. from aooad ycr old boy. Perfect condition, see FOR RENTi-2 bedroom apartment
from exposure and merited pun- it c.t Aerrpuerto Paillla, No. 35- in residence.-Telephone 3-5264,
fIrom exposureandnmeritedA- A-t 2 TOI 3-5573. Panama.
raduat- ishment.' ---'- Tl --573
th class "The Party and Government!FCR SALE:-Bicycle, very good con- FOR RENT:-Nce and cool apart-
Damage adopted decisive measures dtion. $25.00. inquire 0500 Apt. meant. Two bedrooms, living and
ost the- assuring the steady observance A Bavano St, Ancon dmningroom, kitchen, bathroom, 5
speaker. Wablishntent of' constant and FOR SALE and garage. Apply 97Aito Aro-1
at he steliia'tle rol Ofr the Party sem Ave.. top floo I
owitz, e- organizations over the Ectivity Real Estate ~iFOI K : 11eb two
t. .Jof all links of the Soviet ~sp- ---- alk' W
minated paratus, including the organs of FOR SALE -Beautiful 1918m2 lot.
training the Ministry of Internal Affairs" we: located by 12th Green in Golf dihma C "2 0'1. MpI
It hinch Pravda said, Heights Rea;onable Read.-Tel- le diiO T es. t
ivy. Air *ch:ne 3 Iboo 3745 ladeiuta, kuctui eo.dle mo. ioti
nel. The It wa the first editorial com- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY -Arp. 3.13000 moeth l. Niend
rrpdlite am t 7 B 'M1e tl al- OFERS STRUCTURES FOR SALE Ponamo 2-0027 or 3-076, oeve-
irl from? '.nO ncea -li tLt B'dslx :'-led bids. for opening in public. able immediately.
alleged accomp_.ces had con- II be r.ceied until 10 30 A. M i. n RENT-Onend o
leased. to treason charges aldlDc.:emjer 29 1953. in ihe office of FOR RENT:--ne,and two bedroom
Should be tried by the Soviet Su- Suriwintendent of Storehouses. Bal- aAutcrr0b in new buEldn at 45
prsam Court. bo. (or one lot of 11 buildings lo- hold Exchange.
Regarding domestic reaction c led in Balboa Heights and one lot -
irty to the announcement. Pravda of 3 buildings located in Balboa. In- FOR RENT
and other So'iet newspapersIvilalon No 47 may be obtained
said the. Soviet ueonle dcr-iindl fro Ihe Hojsing Monogpr. Balboa
the "s-rnsest nnitahnent" fnr Heiphts. or Irom ofi.ce of Superrn Roo
Sn the aecused-whicb in this case tCrrnt -of Slorehou:et, telephone 2- FR RENT a i ed
.y on 43 me ns death. FOR RENT Large air'furnished
personal .4-om in Sella -V111a. Me J aAve
zsal, C.. -- 69, ner 43rd St. Phone 3-
to t 'E's Cot 'Is Pori re Fired rod ro
.t oTr.u l "1"- R.ORRENT:-Mod0ern room, pirvate,
STroubles, To Bf0P iars ~ d to Amrica c with
Roome board r without. 32nd St.. 14.
Id Rom, -' oN N D ... ,-- '
y 9 am. LONDON Der "1 (ITO -- ,n-' It, o .A
e.nnpn OlGlenorehy. 3-" 1 Ar-old !d4tI' uIMtI P -ldf C1.2m0I.. Ai1 'l .IJI-

'at that time. o of the Earl nf Prep' 'p., II i II) iIPI' !I RPlI-
Property can bq inspected dai- left Brixton ia!' vesg-d" 'r
ly except Saturdays. Sutndays serving a week tor" fOflin ti k I' ALICE. TeX.. Dec. 21.1UPm I T l rM*I
-and holidays by calling the up with alimony payments to hl.s The De.r ~ratle women PL. R 3 n ,I VIW -
'Property Disposal Officer. ex-wife, master at Allce the last :9 yea's
+"it seIs abo't to bd fired and sie CHICAG(O. Dee 21 (UP) -
Charged Lc'ay Rrni'hlicns w,.-e members of one family
"stRooping to technicalities" tolkflled instantly and a sPr ft
YEARLY heLEARAN E AlE st"'he hen th tahe
YEARLY CLEARANCE SALE M hrs. Marguerite A. Mullen, I rorS and drove into the
who wr'Lm ed pr rrn ster .i of I lOcomotive.
1834 by tbe'bemncrr tlc Admin;3- <
f tration, said she had- been a life.- Th .dead were the
f IR.n Dg fr oat and had no.oo- PFed aIle. 37, h1i wife.
'jetion the "spoils system.' 38..afd theL.rchlUren. Eflaia 4.
Sfaf. egt. rvelyn 10 and ~k.
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,ny farit to fltd with them si
!rng a. tihe' are honest In th4ir
'reasors. But I don't think they
shouldd stoop to technicalities tu
get me 6ut."
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the tfacks on Palhttne
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ref tho t of i- members
bem. .. uponm t auesmful op-
STh 26-a n committee ozl f .
. from industry, t re-
itversitis, law and een apoo si M ratc.
It nade I. recommendaM '4., The comppay stays out Pf
rtw a eve-year study of the unlo*'s Interndal affairs it
UMof t l pae l d oe no sek to alienate bte
iltbRi o ofsHatrva d ar slilancee to their
m lty @ financed by unln. .
JbStg opaile -alb w- t *
, eomita studied labor- ". Mutul trut and con-
ent relatlidU in 10 ene exst between the parties.
ILn aircraft hemlf, There have been no erioup
,. e cal godsc f Idm lcai ineompatabil.h .
... Neljk party to WO1W -
Sha adsoted legalls ap-
BI to the soluta n of pro,-

-as day mrblems than tSe.-
ly of O o a read union -
.~ate ement cons u. and
A fth country,y developed nf on-
hr rAIn onse 'to aMl gevancm are aetlted
t a newaonference, ptly, tin the local plant
t ftt -Hartley law appeal ver possible. There Is fle'-
to have had "no profound effdc ty and informality within
fwg .4ao:r tWforbP O Ijbowj Uiprocedures."
t relttons. Where the employer "Indirect-
niceded the"go labo- .-encourrges union leadership"
W meant relations of the sa3 the vast majority of work-
fl t studied "will be tested" .f eo support the union, it said.
the economy goes into a recoe "te uniun shop usually ceases
ltan because the study was made to be a really vital issue.'



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committee wat s t.taahonlon
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I 1ood, reliable, .someone
mndale-aged for aise work and
who vice id& Te w UD

to lie .in The NIX ..dne. There
will need 0o e o lhan but
none for ent."
Ths memowalodut In being
circulated among members te

spcomme,tt aan from the icean
headduart's le,r
The.. N ixlon In nnd Moday
good, reiable.u mai -lsomene

mdrom al-ad ro r he wort aoond
who is good a Sknlz anmare of
the chflnren. The maid will need

after the two nmx e Tcheren
wll heed to be oHedcokLfl but

Pa anyone 7 and tr le, d n
The wee trip, out In re
sponse,to a call frcm the vice
president's ohio.,

MThe Nixon hinretu ed eroda
fro-m a around a few weeks d-
will tour to us wountr~es, At-
vice presl e' a ents looked

July. 1ion. Before thet she did
alter the work at h hirdrne n
ashtricna, and ulie, ca durion
the 10-week trip.-

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Guarieee Mi arra
"911's such a nlee girl. And
she'd make some mao a good fe.
It's a shamerabe, ha never found
ao a n t-
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mad the work a t tir oan be
the Bpring Valley section of
Washington, with. only occasion-
al part-time help


metag a net inW iDees Net
Gaaraulee ar r has h

n"he's i a nice girl. And
she'd make some ma a god wife.
It's a shame' she.hri a*er found
a husband."

Whna that remlty, bt frelqntly
made bout a girl you can be
sure of ne thins She has the
mistaken notion tobt If a gir is
"nice" the right mu.awiat even-
tually come along and sweep her
oh d her neet.
That pretty, bt unrealistic, be-
lief, has turned many s nce girl
into an old maid.
For Just being "nice" maverot
a girl anywhere with mw. Men
want to marry niae girls f I
course, but they wil. mpietei
come-a es to mase he

changed heroin the matter of e-
appeal, she ougt to get busy el-
tivting it, for it an be cultivated.
If she'll study girls she kowa
hav that appeal she wil tseover
it Is made up partly atof self-con-
fidene, ?artlyof anawareness of
men ad a desire to please them,
partly of the ability to make a
man want to show off a little,
prtly the abllit to appear com-
pletely feminine, and partly the
nckfor keeping a man wonder
UI sh stuoma p.p uar girls he,
will soon e that they are never
sh-o t f have o.rt
M n S minHelyt ease. Being
a good-st r Is fine once a man
wants to confide in her, but it
takes a taler'to put a mal at
'W e Ut getting ac-
It' aity aor a nice girl toet
left wirother saris- are grabbng
of, humbads Just because she does
not real that aiaoss alone wl-
do get a girl and.
If At d we wouldn't so m_,
hear the piling remark: "She's
Subh a icrl. It's too bad she
has rver qWrried."

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SB.-Anderson Mercedes Trost

aog Him Jr. Casey J. Hall

k Smith Anita Donaldson

ol. J. H. Powvl .hoas Alexaoder

n Larrinogo .raciela Gonz6lez

Bito Springer James P. McKinley

V .tta de Sasso Jose Fortuna

s. C. C. Driver Carol Dullwinkle

hrs. Curtis Nivia Rodriguez

L P. Harpold Angela V. de Rulz




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Frenchman Holds Favored Luis Giraldo

New York Boxer To DrawWins Classic

SYRACUSE, N. Y.. Dec. 21 (UP) Top wel-
terweight contender Carmen Basilio said today he
was eager to meet middleweight Pierre Langlois of
France ,n a return bout but he first craved another
shot at Kid Gavilan's welter crown.
Fiery Basilio. one of the rine's til May 13. If he wim the miM-
most interesting fighters because dleweight crown meanmWhle he
of his aggressiveness and punch, will automatically tive p the
admitted he was surprised and welter title. /
somewhat peeved because Gavilan has indicated willing-
Frenchman Langlois had held ness to meet Basillo in a noR-
him to a 10-round draw at the title fight at Havana while wa -
Syracuse Auditorium Saturday ing for the Olson bout, Carmen
nieht. would be guaranteed $15,000.
Because of widespread debate However, co-pilot DeJohn de-
over the draw verdict in the na- lared today: "We're not inter-
tionally televised fight. promo- ested in a non-title bou t; we
ter Norman Rothschild was ne- want that chamipieahip."
gotiating today for a return
scrap in late January. CIl
Basilio of nearby Canastota. iEl n il
N.Y.. was favored at 7-5, and
he appeared to have the bout P f F
wrapped up at the end of the
eliehth round. But Langlois Pa H F
staged a strong finish and a f
'caused disagreement among 1
the three ring official.
Basilio a v e welterweight PASADENA. Cal.. Pec. 21 (UP)
thamnion Gavilan his hardest The Michigan State footb'U
title fight on Sept. 18 in the Sy- team warmed up today for tSe
)acuse Auditorium. Gavilon of Rose Bowl by fighting a fire.
Cuba was staenered three times The blaze broke out In a Pa-
and floored once before he e- sadena. California, hotel, where
tersed with a close 15-round the Michigan State players are
de-ision. staying for the New Year's Day
SCo-n'aneer John DeJohn said game with UCLA. Damage was
Se woiud soon post a S2.500 confined to two rooms because
ohek' with the New York Box- the football players also knew
i e Comn-i.sion and file an of- how to put out a fire.
ficral Basilio challenge for the Hotel manager Stephen Royce
147-nound crown. But. mn'an- aavs the ol-yers had the fire well
whi.e. Gavilin refers to shoot under control when firemen ar-
fto- the middleweight title in- rived. He save two players-Bil
srerd of dofendine his welter Quinlan and Hank Bullough.-
laurels. He is negotiating for a wl'eeled an elderly guest in a,
6out wit' middleweisht chain- whoel chali to safety.
Dlin C -! Bobo Olson. Apparently, the players didn't
r.avilan made his seventh work up too much of a sweitl
defense against Johnny Brat- outtine out the fire. They left.
ton at Cbi'-aro. Nov. 12. and immediately for a bus tour of the
be need not defend again an- Lo Angeles area.

A.C. Wins 40-25 As C.H.S:

Drops First 1953 Decision
Victims of one' of the most ed thiq year. A.C. scored five and
brilliant pieces of defensive has- Cristooal four in the final tem-
ketball seen on the Canal Zone po of ply, but it was not be-
in many years, the C.H.S. Tigers cause either of the team's
came off the court Saturday shooters was missing their shots.
night on the short end of a 41- The low scoring was due to the
25 count for the first time in A.C.'s brilliant display of "freez-
over a year and the Athletic Club ing" the ball, keeping it away
remained undefeated for the from Tigers' hands for almost
1953 season. The A.C. now sport the entire quarter. Seldom did
a 4-0 record for the year. the Athletic Club take a shot at
Only for one quarter was thelthe basket during that quarter,
outcome in doubt. At the end of and as a result they scored no
the first stsnza of play A.C. held field goals.
to a slim one-point advantage. Oscrr Kourahy was top man
12 to 11. In that quarter it was for the night with an even dozen
not field goals that were doing markers while Wally Trout aided
the dama-e against the winners; the winner'4 cause ,lth 10. For
it was Cristobal's fine foul shots the losers. Hayes a t Roberson,
that kept them in the contest, each with five points, was the
having scored eight points on best that could be produced.
free tosses. The box score:
Cristobal H.S.- FG FS PF TP
The A.C.'s Oscar Kourany went Didier........ 0 4 2 4
on a scoring splrge in the see- Hatgi ........ 0 3 2 3
and quarter of play, scoring Hayes....... 1 3 1 5
eight points out of his team's 11 Smith. Dudley.. 1 2 4 4
tot1l for the quarter. while their Roberson. ... 2 1 2 5
stellar defensive action held the Lessard ...... 0 0 0 0
Tigers to but a single point. Hat- Morris. .... 0 1 0 1
gi's foul shot, and at the end of Quezada ..'.. 1 1 1 3
the half Cristobal trailed by a 23 Tagaropulos... 0 0 2 0
to 12 count. Smith, E...... 0 0 0
The Tiaers quickly scored three- -
points on Roberson's two-point- 5 15 14 25
ed and Didier's foul shot as the
third quarter opened Then Wal- Athletic Club- FG FS PF TP
ly Trout. showing a decided re-Kurany. E. ..1 2 1 4
turn to form started hitting the Trout.... 4 2 3 10
net with fair regularity for four ilhson .... 3 1 4 7
quick baskets that helped the Dedeaux...... 1 3 1
.C. to boost their advantage tblMcArthur. 1 1 3 3
14 points over the Interscholastic Kourany 0. 4 4 1 12
champions. 35 to 21. Manning.... 1 1 1 3
The fourth stanza was one of -
the lowest scoring quarters play- 14 12 16 40

Race In Cali

Colombian jockey Laot Gl:-
raldo, presently suspended at
Juan Franco for beolialleged-
ly mixed up in a "ftdrae,"
returned to his home ld late
last week and yesterday pliltd
CrIsol to an easy flve-leath
victory in the one mile and
one-half (2.400 amters) "Cl-
dad de Call" Classic.
The race had a gross vatue
of over 3,000 Colombian Hease
Crisol went to the front ear-
ly and enjoyed a wide lead
throughout most of the race to
come under the wire at his
rider's pleasure.
Giraldo expects to return to
Panama City some time thi
Sports Briefs

Syracuse boxing promoter
Norman Rothschild wants to re-i
match welterweight Carmen
Basilio and middewelght Pierre
Langlois. They fought a 10-
round draw Saturday night.
High-scoring Bevo trancis of
tle Rio Grande College bsket-
ball team says he may have tp
stop playing to have his appen-
dia removed. Frantis it averag-
Ing 47 points a game this week.
UCLA's Rose Bpwl football
team has placed three men on
the Pacific Coast Conference
All-Star football team picked by
its coaches.
Stanford-which finished see-
ond in the, CoBerence-also
landed three men.
* The UCLA All-Stars are half-
back faul Cameron and tackles
eharlie Doud and Jack Ellena.
Stanford supplies its
team--quarterback Bob Oarret
and ends Sam Morley and John
Oregon quarterback George
Shaw was the only unanimous
choice. Rounding dat 4he 4en
are guard George Tltberlat
and halfback Aramls Dandoy
Southern Califor=ia, guard
Bohart of Washingt
tpr Matt Hazeltine of Calir
kee Braves have scheduled =0 Xr
hibition games against ijor
league opponents in Mtord ext
spring. The Bray
training schedule
Brooklyn Dodge mn to B
at Miami Marcl 6 and 7.
BOSTON---Weltereight Dan
ny "Bang Bang"' Wom1te of
Chicago has withdrawn from a
scheduled 10- round flgt.with
Wilbur Wilson at Bosto' next
Saturday. Womber pulled out be-
cause of a virus infection that
interrupted his training. Lo
lMinell f Italy, who lo 4 A ut
deLsion to welterweight champ
Kid Ga0vi five o.
will rel m Womber. ., :




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porter of Little.Iage tanmpetition. A
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to right): Paul Hodgl gnterfielder of. C
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DETROITDec.21 (UP)-e pele knowterim two o them dnaed the two en were aroad, seary sen- triprison*

SI ly-armed police patrols made a murderers and one a k .nasp- "identified as RomnaWondek. tente, sain B y. MosmaI' ws charged with WOSblyia
'cautious check of hotels and er. One of the killers was de- 37, serving life for huGr apd Wardeflnn said trying t throw the -BSha
rooming houses today in search scribed as a "mean critter." Robert Dowtnh, 33, sentenced many con no part andH dfi his authority 31a11 the trial*
of five dangerous Southern The fugitives gave the pair $1 for breaking in and entering. in the escap" cooper- by rea offie after a ONhn has fer o
Michi Y-an Prison escapees who with w NcAh to buy gasoline, but Dso at large er,-dwUnJ. Em- ate fully" gitives. aecre- Ied dismlsing n upa At
SAFETY FIRST Jacques fled to Detroit in hopes of being the women used the money to erick, 43, soving li tt mur- "TIme e apparent- him. I4tilWe was overthrown bursn 11i4 teMps1. to 4
Mornard iaOovei, the picka' swallowed up In the populous in- take a taxicab to the nearest der: Daniel 8. Bouun, *6. kid- ly Blptchad e3Um. as the by a Up. eU^rd i thg
slayer o0 Leon Trotaky reportedly dustrial city. police station instead. naper; HarOI Rosa, a tenc- escape siren d, Bannan M1ob a British diplo- ec r. Br
prefers the safetyy" of his Mex- Polce said there was a pos- Shortly after they broke-out of ed for breaUHR ana enteringg. said. "The a dickens matte iii first to eeape at-the
Ico City. Mexico prison machine siblity the fugitives, tw of the world's largest waled pris- and Virgil Lae, 2'1 a5 armed of a o at prisoners to, Iran H8e ousted e-
Chop to a parole Authorities ar them urderers and one a kid- on, scene of a disastrous and robber. and nthto their siar tEons 14 month
have re ed that fends o hoes and threat re- men spit up. Oe group broke police did not know which ey r a

the murdered Trotsk nd d th their es unl nto the home of Mr. Mrs. o these our wa te man sillne guns,
te murdered -rts..oukd tyea sla rsaed '.m-

Snt fthSovwo rv cncealmest len McMId ad at large near Jackson. ed the airport and these g

t during the tensive manhunt. ged the air fled with eir Detroit police sealed 6ff every Em
are anxious to 'al his lips aware -e w t l o 1 P auom c main artery to and fro the cityorner oa m

waiting to assassmnpte him it he convicts who broke out of the The five others entered the and patrol ed the street. fhAen ahw N Vfia Dec. 5 to annew the relations
steps through the prison gates 2 n, 60 ml homrae of Mr. d Mrs two of them kdnaoe d thee apte aft n were Br m, e n-prisc ito broke ona Oct.

west of here, Baturday night. seized Mrs. Watts had Mrs. Gil- er their car overtgged were "'in' a 22. 1952.-- q b osi Oat.
Sly-artmed pol nicepatrols made pta urderers ad the womei ap- identified as Albert Loa ande his tBR rVibd en W ywho will act a
cauof notoious cec o hotels and er. One of the killers was d bro- 3, serving life for r ad Wvrdeng, .1 Charge d r, led the- S..

ciplinary 'barracks housing the visiting the Watts, and- Af life for murder; Melvin Chl- Ii eattn lded a ft
grooming ouhest today In al ch surinb the course ot drelr." Robert Dowlln, 3 bent anc an o no pa rtndWM r hs authority i e'd -
o Si thve ag s erhefagitives were c- r, he fugitives gav e the pair Sforl breaking in I cooper- office after
Michian Prison escapee who with *bak captives ahfar weato bu ln, but llso at large awere.sEdw- _J.- -l l At
S FJacques to detro ded to ee being the women used the money toEck 3, seing l tmur- 'AU"Ise iest c- re ovrdl

^o t II foot was picked e UnK a aborfel time About two hours after wasey an d .sd .t .* a t.
Slater. His in surrender- seized the women. they crashed h

On l Onl d- edl ast night after hiding r near- through one roadblock, ay as a it e s to eaan ofm as the lt
n a o ve), ly 24 hourswo ed u in a coal bin at a cow t Mica., southwest of Jack- nearest der Danit ard's ch ey na

Jackson hotel not far from the son. aIv 10r1 1 th l
NUKUALOFA, Tonega. repr21 The five still at large broke "Han on." Mrs. Watta quoted WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP) ant a in eascap r. s h dii -etoe ,
(UP) Queen Elizabethf II into the home of Mr. and Mrs. the furitives aes warning as the -d George F. K ienan, t. forer in aSad. "e dickens e rnl o

ate lobster and suckling pig Joseph Watts at Jackson. They car sped through the roadblock. u.S. Ambassador to Russia, to- a nt.r r. e .. .
io Cth her miners at native- took Mrs. Watts. 28, and a visit- "They tried to take our ianday strongly deendid career of atTh.5t prisoners to, .r Ik Ee -
Style lunch today and then Ing neighbor, Miss Helen Gilbert, off things with light colverla- diplomat John patorf Davies ra# la Ct a~da G Dec. S1 K a
hwnt to the British consul's 31h as miostaes and sped away tlon." she ano "aid en ofttr- wosnd ousted from the tate De G led a l of e coa Gtir nWII. l 1e a .
hounve dor a formal dinner in a new Cadllac owned by an- ed to stop t at a dri1ve-n and y apartment s sought by Senator a chsoe for tt e to. r tt id
have reported that friends ohom d threatened re- men slt up. oe up broke Police dd not know which one of troopsar

whle wa delayed by an ea- other neighbor who called at the us sandwi me when teMy Jofhseph R. 1cCartthy ti ie tib- th.e year.e g n,
arrasing electric lhe Sit rgi l- Watt home while the convicts thoht we miht l beo un f an. Kennan wrote. n lett eer tto i d h

uwed were ransacking it. 'Their opy warning wUtnot the editor of the KW hington sifts~a r et ed the ridfrom aited StttS
vealgteu nde a naiehmoest ed edwthe IreDde'rfled w w th'ih w Detroit spol tce" sealedaeod b I eryo for he-

bare anxou nont of the ispse m morning when the car The car ran out of f 11 isn already has suffered a unique ob .T Actress. "
areeang to aesal sipot aar -o The o re five were the last of 13 heir ored eau ot aain artery t o and from the city
steps through the prison gates huge prndealn,0 mil the women out. try and Thosewho deare captured frm afv ca hi t.'rwli troe o
The 3 pn un e They were p tderfet gentlemen Mrs. Watts Md her s ier their rvercmaental r a weold .
So t ts e euaethe ue Et i- very min ute of the way," said a sert. They pt the oerato be sterIdenti ous los d and to public ins.who

oed over the tall Dukeof Edn- M s ary Lou Watts. "They a tearful reunion. f e ha* stay- Inter Dest" he l t

ourga se Tsa n thEl entr seemed so concerned about our ed home with their fve-year- The State Dea tme nt co- SSn. S ed-
of the table with Eliabeth on welfbae, old daughter, Cynthia, s ad lif e for murder; Melvcurin Chtl- H at eh luded a It

her right and the Duke on her And when they turned us month-old son, Jo-eph, Jr.d gat DWa.vil, mosW a Bas boarbs scted W d .d

SiNativ e girls dressed In gras u i as polite as can be." hrie, e might be lad. Justice Department also is con- age
skirts-over whitefrocks-knel Mrs. Watts and her compan- "This was the most horrifying ducting anl investigation. A.pre- wea ai i el t e a
Sthe carpet-like lawn of the ion did not learn until after thin- s that ever happened in nor uiors loyalty review board. re- "a' bt p T l
paace and carved the food their release that they had family," Watts said ported last December the r Ho iuhdq ~b s i .use

Swthich the Royal guests ate with been in the bands of five des- Two of the five fugitives who "ono reasonable doubt" ol Davies' ,v Mog iS,'I and The total" n
their fingers.eI loIsle' A Ro bo -- ,. .,

Elsabeth sat with her legs -The controversy surrounding "
later. His deor her on a briht n surende he seized the women he hee es
ed lastnight after hlding near- through one roadblock, at "' -W-w Jhnnn A0 ro lleS. gl o the

S green satin cushion. The Dhus acamekeditor x eptthioe asTlin-, r t
was given a purple cushion, o te t eternal Iert ubeau ttee. ro econntcl j L
NUKd the QueeALOFA, Tonga gold 21c e The five still at large broke "Han on." Mrs. Watts quoted WAHINGTO, De e 21 (UP) ly
(UP)one. Queen Elizabeth 1Into the home of Mr. and Mrs. the fugitives as warning as the George F. ite an, former a r ht evi.

Tlliabeth ate chicken, suck- that e no ned ttohe a 5 5 DeUS.Atbs a o tan
adgt mode with asucgared coconut seph Watts at Jackson The ar e rout odl in tor e t tce.Strrd t
milk. Watermelon was sertve- s d to oinek ad a visit- "They tried to tke Oday stro glyduM carevir .hLI e

an appetizer. Both she and the e pI couner fseels "The lev ittd eere" o
tDyle ludan tohirily aof cont dabbed the sc a d lse true l~ oeah venture li pl
milked served in the shell. c l a ped away teon. she sid, Is d even t er- whose ousted fromthe ae ar. ed o1P) 4. ,)- .
ght tina formal dinner in a new Cadillac owned by an- ed to stop at a drve-l ad l

wavous ufo deehoI tpal Seae over eetheeU i't E h r p0Pi-g UIK a; m0
was sh was delayed by eane- other neighbor who called at the us sandwlces when ae Y ephP R. Me Carthy. ure r.A t1 e

rashing. Some l800 their guesef-Watt hme e he covicts th oug t we might, beu Kennan wrote year b40ler d o

the royal dais, and thou- wOoLvWOO 3ec 21 (TIP
e. ransackingt.Theirthe edge of the palace not the editor fnt Hollywood -omen's Prl c dthePId fm a
The native feast Asps-read The women, terrified but un- to say ant.Htng bad about..hem post thar t Davies Is'-a"talerted years but, e. attress for her Some of-h

gver a long t able under a native mole stedwereod arlmeed nDetit which wasn't tr e." and devoted publicservnt Who work in" Bes "The

i uark cano- in front of the two lyestern y a cttorrng when te car The car ran out of fueIIn already has suffered s unique r am ate Rob !ni

latweren liniet and then rs te most "uncooperatiive" hib
ry ra palace of six-foot-ranfortstobe u-ies of 1yW4. i.tea at"
three n Queen nto the l, ytte Tofeayery bore us w-uethi"fdonot Jtthe y e st ; fthais

nst James Wndr's house women out. try and owhoseotdepa efr-
6r din ner. They were sittinggentlemen M8 Wtts the gvernmertal serv would hr.

en the veranda and dinn er Deo r 10 IAer re1
e over the tall nsiduke ofwhen- every minute of the way," said erv tr, be serious tothe

s went out. Mrs.Mary Watt."They t re on. He nterest."Sn 'Tef
Servants looked rantically outouredhomewiththe The State Department s con- ra trwo
ofewelfare old daughter, Cynthia, Sad IS- ductiv a new security lnv"U-' F $nW*-",)dim Coe r."

r right andl there were on her "And when they turned us month-old son, J op w tl rl hrd to o s
au ver to her palace with in-ose they all said 'Goodbye" to fearing throuhpt the mit cou loe er Te

nas to bring back some h' efer or Ote A a r te aeny sA
sknred-facetd onsul noti- to nduct n i nnvst tion.'A.-e- !e, -
4 the carpet-ke lawn of the Ion did not learn until after things that everhappened Inuorvfous loyalty review board re" rt 1 yrT1F.'. _5 qi

pl the Nukualof a electricitid T)a
ment while the two queenshey had family," Watts said. ported last December
Which the n arkness onate with been ive des- Two of the e-five fugitives who
"no reonabledoubtst as Queen alote's chau-
their fingers. loyalty. "

E rlabet urned with candlegs, a coTle t e rover upMdi be."
Suo a nearby u utility pole STRIKERS RIOT Police subdue a rioting p the .ke uIe o-
Sn era cocushion. Thepa bels Deparmen Sore in Pittsburgh, Pae e Worers at the stre I ae seen-
nela cc abur ned outrM fou

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She and his Texas-born wife.
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