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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00224
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End ec- accompanied Eisenhower from
Dplored Guam.
nug the Wilson and Radford are to Xfd
nut in- on to Honolulu where they w -
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Shippers Sue -.
K Canal Zone officials have reportedly protested
S .anai Cnm any agist the move announced Saturday by the City of
5 Coj6n under which Zone employes residing in that city
form Awi# bacharged $26 for 1953 Jicenses and plates for priv-
. d r 50i 000iun te vo. icles it was learned today.
rid I VV Uually reliable sources said the protest follow d.
libeo ultu agaironstthestrfoh objections to the increased license fees voiced
c. a14- 4P,* bClcom~^ was Its of New Crist6bol to Balboa Heights several de
secre- ee the morning in the U... er the new rates had been publicized but bef
litriqt Court for damages alle-
joined E iy Coured by the steamashl of Col6n made official announcement of thef
Head "eCarl- DCh owned by the Louis 'cne, hike.
e pS. ofe Ramres and ce Q estioned about a protest, Canal Company Acting:
. - ch ;_-' am&a law firm Gowvernr H. 0. Paxson would say only that:
kte"n wDhi tdh^ to telaa-nd '.e matter was referred to the United States Em-
ed,. thi the bitp andi5;s
S ts ato occurred on bassy in Panamn this morning for appropriate action."
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Sashit .1 ag o tf P tso Added that: "The mat- their licenses for 1952: residents
e t nter out of our hands so of Panama City who worked
B e a w a nothing rtber." the Zone paid P.
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coun who worked on the
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ama. en lions fbtl- ). big or little as SAN+A FA New Mexico, Dec.
irs he they e. nt change in the 8 (UP)-Fifty-five National
up his leart life. action and Guardnen a~ased control of the
a tour Ith..ki _, -pe the money 1ive8 state alson here today on the
concert. ume t e l. lty of augmentinR orders ot GOT. Edwin Mechem.
elected ,rea sy iW tribution to our ArmWU coanicts there had de-
the two ca manded their r freedom, and
OWin TOlgatti emerged from threatened to kill seven guardss
Pnama the, bCrer.f Deputies yester- they wre holding as hostages.
Is with dda3 searched the piazza for Maj. i. B. lrtinez. Jr., com-
his crW. a etve other deputies made* of tie 55-man detach-
ya l approached the Communist chief ment s t to te prison, said he
k ar a&lWd: "'Honorable ToglattU. had or rs f rm the governor to
You chauffeur Is not here. march erectly into the peniten-
a sell- 1Ie ia none. and perhaps he will tiary. as men were armed with
Oularly never tdtufr." carbines.
hey are m T4N" M 4al-sed an eyebrow: Mech declared a state of
Mrs. Is "Wjt?" emergecy after rioting convicts
Ity. and a football pool." demand d that the authorities
aRoaE. TOtRlatti shrugged. and took a open t Rates and let them out
taxT, *o to freedom.


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Astuned Military
S y Pe.T~ar filht for power as the voting
ate approached.
W 4- Peres. who as defense minister'
'J coutrolled the Army-ru spoils
eitlem, eventually ,ron thit
rT:. WaS atrunRle. He consoUdated his po-
vitlon as top dog of the regIme.
1- rqm then on. Col. Llovera
Ih ahe would be out-and pro-
e S *bly sent into exile. So behind
It wa o at he scenes he began dicketing
1fti leaders Of the outlawed, but
B 1 1 powerful, Democratic Action
puW$d from power by the
coup fpur years ago.
St tered his support and
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by bezuc=atlc
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At Ps, Pays $25
A knife-pulling American who
works for the Army was fined *2
this morning In the Balboa Ma-
gistrate's Court.
The charge of "drawing a
deadly weapon in a threatening
manner" was brought again
55 year old Calvin Forsythe
Shewbrldge.
The incident occurred last
night, shortly after 10, in build-
ing 2151 of Curundu. A neighbor
of the small gray-haired defend-
ant complained to the military
police that Shewlbidge was play-
ing his radio very oud and bang.
ing nai s against the wll.
Three MP's who answered
complaint testified in court ths
morning that the defendant
opened the door (after persisten
knocking onthelr part) with &
sharp butcher knife in his hand,
pointed towards them i a men-
acing manner.
The defendant claimed he was
sitting around in his pajama
pants listening to the radio when
he heard the knocks on his door.
He told the judge he grabbed his
pajama top, and also went into
Sithe kitchen. He denied threaten-
ing the MPs.
Shewbridge works for Engin-
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Thepon Oct. 21. Col. Pere '.o eliminate himself as a
Jimne~ made his big mistake. choice for provisional re
Nationewcret police acting un- and accept a secondary caget
nco hiearders and on an Inform- lost Instead.
q tw. caught Up with Leonar- Prominent Vnezuelans living
do Ru ineda. No. 1 man of the In exile, including ex-president
underoover party, and ahot him Rurmulo Galleos and Romulo
diead "the street.'. Brtancourt, okayed this deaL
* JRt b edasidarI t (he never Even so. they figured on mly
left C as once drain the four a slim chance for victv, even
Vyas tr cops were Iantng him) assuming that Per lmeis e
nae in him the admiration of kept his word and didn't Inter-
Venezels of almost every po- fere with the voting.
;tfital trty.
" What happened In the last ten
His br l asm aination. there- t'ays of the campaign was a
fur, ed a wave of popular marvel of unpubllceed orga.-
IaMer se-e the doom of 1ie. Denocrafle Acta agents
t although tnned out across the count
r uy didn't and took the word to t%:
mpathliers par- lou
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WIN emI 9 N PUNLISDHE THIs PANAMA AMERICAN P1111. INC.
eoutinve y NIONM UNIOUMLI, IN eaI
HAIMO1IO ARIASE EDITOR
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0*IL1 AONI O. PAiNAMHIICAN PANAMA


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"M3 PAIEA MsRCAN AN imPETr& PA=CA EA DAILY w
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I I 4L Lf t M AT Ula a
nP en o IN ADVANCE A I 7Qr 5 0 ATLANTICC C frY-A t first the
seOall o ovIN AI Aes ._ Cs is oo dynamic and 1-nginMtive new
PeW ots sAt. AvA tovso lg ao leadership of OO quietly be-
moaned thg appointment of tn
old line AML chlef as Secretary ,
HIS IS .YOUR FORUM -- T lRASP$. iWN COLU M of Labor. e* ,,-
Then the saw it s a political -
T ~ i M bless g whlh not only split the
ERepublican Party but which
THM M A I il put ldbor hu ack i the
W h Hoem wi th the Influence
rThe Meo ls is l oape fee srloe eder f Te ens pome t had at inId moment when
mn, L ts mare eseied greuefuly ad med hedled h1 41 w1eliv el. Pres. T-uman r4same its ally by
ad"mlel me aOr refusing to use the Taft-Hartl6y
Law on the late Phil MArr&y and
f fn en~trute te a lo dret be Implstet H It oes't eppeMr e seized the steel Industry tintead.
seat day. Lettes are published i mthe erder yceived
Plese try to keep te tImens lIit to eo page Iangtb. The swift events of the 48
Identity of aettee writers a held i sdrinst confidence. hours following the apelnt-
ment Cf Mu~uar Dal, the
This newspaper assumes a responiibilivy for s -atements es spilenM genlial, unaset upay plVS lrs'
pressed in letters imm reeders chief, gave thO -irs b
the teellng that theyJ Id s 1ss
of the presidential ee .ted
than they At first b l t e-
"HAIL TO OUR VOLUNTEERS' That's mate a foelln g I
with Adlal Stevenson
Hall to the boys of the Canal Zone ites in your midst as ade
Who so proudly volunteered to help the fight eandidat6 instead of as a
May their courage and valor aid the cause of right patno r tand Pr de t of the
And make out towns a luminous light. United States.
They came from Gamboa, Paralso and La Boca With that daring young pman.
Leaving our beloved Panama for Korea Walter Reuther, as Ita ch&Uleng-
They hall from Red Tank, Gatun and Rainbow City ing leader, the 010 new hoMpe
Going overseas to help Democracy to move swiftly into the bteah
between Eisenhower and T t.
They came from peaceful zonian Homes It hopes to attempt to ketp the o.
To face the Hell of Wirious Battle Zones new President in a continued
Our tribute we sent to them over there battle with tlea Repubtlian e-
Because we are proud of our courteous Volunteers servative contam onls I aders
-ttlst's the general felin hse., _
We hpe to see the tide of battle cleared The reckoning here among t
And Deocracy win out everywhere those CIO leaders AWO foune a d t
And when Korea's Olorious History s written time away fron their own in-
I hope our Volunteers may not be forgotten. eternal and eternal polltfllat
to comment on 'the w out-
Joseph Peters. side Atlantic ity is th Een-
hower will need the eP of lIb-
eral, not dnaerfitVid, Demo-
crate to push though hb1 le ean
XMAS OBSETINiG trist policies.
This the 03I offer. It has

ian't about time to pr"nt the old hiristrass Poem? Here cb, ra l. Wtarsb 0
IIu:Nuant Claun,
I am sending this message to tell you Mike and ayn Santa C laus
That taxes have taken away Mors. Tl ter Bmttor fom
Everything that I needed- Oregon who ame hee f
My workiho, my reindeer, my sleigh. I itlk o w onversB y.8 00 R1p
with e CIO leaders can be I d a"
I am now making rounds on my donkey; looked to as the ral point
He is old and crippled and slow, for ths eoalittlon And tey are NEW YORK.-Lady I t ow says she was Watch- In past, whqjt I have aidle nt to the d. get A.
So you'll know If you don't ee me this year, closer to the 010 than they are ing the wondrits Mooy anaiguiving Parade on and poped a ew demands, he lins rum lAd O
That I'm out on my as in t ne sow! to the AWL. television and she s1'the last float contrlned in his pilloWed padnch e pibly itaiger
That I'm out onE- y so in sne "Sow I to the AVL MR aIV
With this block u bargain- as fine andlolly a N as ever she has hoped pangs) a ldaswered ra ..
Santa lu. Ing powe, the Qm 0 now epictsi to m, r...Dtal i a. a,. : ,r
1at It can deal more srATgly Is ee twinkled mrril and his beardbrisled taa
.. with Esel nower than it ever fs i sbell bowl full of jel- that blonde down the block nsP ska st
Answer to Previo Puale .dared speculate. ly, an wali Ull -ho'slldht-it- anaw ai df potch anna box sit at th Y VT
n iha's. .l' tri p to rfa m 2 .,1 e1
nThetie is V hop rn we 1 w "Then," the lady saidh I bt do6t off the ea 3
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Reulet nltes 8l side the treg. esa t "It sCh to mfle that8 is to ng so a dtd
*2do't talk I ndln IlUp w t 1 1 ill V darn ad tnla Vac but z.ia b aet)R pl
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S w0 2 plIlf Eisenhower i known to hTa a a Advise, has reeaod fr b o ne. A wi A *
tE eson 1 l o ern a general stit pohology. e ht now reads eah(
I$Ti5m e t ld1w e nedn newspaper bread choose tWoe h t.ata a sd leased so the prswIm S it alfor-rleadeUt
ltoot whtneor~.,rtPpac ne
4iaflame AmTicon lag KBb E---I -- q at Is I dii
"don't talk r"IBn it4opinion 4ta Chkksn talk place n r o f h.a as pe so t h e a oe eere ..aalron lt .

--Picture tihed 21 Welrder 46 Quote serious heed O their thet on h, l t now
Dh ... Tumo 32a n dpdod, ma
Tumo 8" Japanese 47 -Resound knoWoede truat n a mddn m t be ma 'l' dI, h5-
P d scent) seaport Ci College odlal DirkM's ent eas th wYe and a ass-relations r d1. mAIBreh
S elsital gsai Stalks syllable him, hi O This la tOete a,
Sahmore the general As wf1Ca n
I *C t erse woth onowter s k in re- os that the upr d
I aoomeer has ent!dO' aes C. 1.l. b..1 Asher...
hMtil tithe. imof tio4n.Rtwn eou, W comero ,and n UPr(

3O 2epr nations lm.arth breg wh dOo6ht pt eo AthetI btho.e te bh
tormhm Labor roof. uh her not suspee. tha thi frosty bl h
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Tt.D MIs AUGUISoA WONG WEDS MR. PITER LEON Following the business me
Sing a group of the Odd Pelleg
theofficeriyCbofl MIAugusta Natall Wong, daughter el o eonts.
f .. 3 ,w mm .t the CaWthe dalof then oman iate joined the lade or r
Ai o0111d6 his wife, who 0= oColo I.Om, wera united.in marriage by Father e In oOf
were arrested AuI& bO W 'n te
t h of -.y stret, The ula took place yesterday afternoon in the pr- Bingo at the Fort Davis O
T. g." phoe pole s 0ene t 0the 0so e0 the ltll ficers club will be p
the edge of an Regals I white da~ haFranks were the winners of the seedneaday, December
about :1 a. sat- o* u mte tar game prizs. stead of on Thursday. All f-
a were used to altar 'ame prizes" sons eligible to attend arece ti
01'InkOster said they had be'en of the ehurcho
2set r Nen Mh de to d. The bride entered upon the Kebekah Club Christma Party dally invite to do so.
i' Pol staff Pollee Pvt. Bern- arm' of her father, whom The Cristobal Rebekan Club aL
er head of the "Voice o r alid Kohler dra she was gvetn mar she held its annual Christmas par-The St. Mary's Alumnae I let
S a was arrested early f t" M wore a loor-lenth gown of ty at the home of Mrs. Fred Thet tomorrow evening ar:
by suburban Aing- aid it on- white asU n a e, Mape, nOourke In Margarita. Mrs. m the G


Sass ontainineret arish Hall to the of t o the dress which gifts were exchng party Al members are
Ll.ov tl *I11 "Ue,*e nde to cIr and grde nias. enjoyed. n Rainbow Initiatlion And
pe ldo e cl- sdneroith e The akins was co-hostes Miraculous medal Churervice
00 Sone srve^ inp Kohler's arrest, sioe die was o l p d long fr Mu evening. e-r hvbna re. Th
.... d aepartmentagenwaers ne n bohe o b r Following the meetings
Kt ta ep a fthe .tbe w a.he oa briel e ~ment w es no- tom s The butto also ve M- at le short business meeting, r i iemb

ti.eytio ,ot asfn omwwd tereses o wlthe oaton and ny r tterng and Mrs. e rc Girls will hold its madefor
0 is he, formneathe deree obroeeacci- net, emboaidtnred wif t seed Schield.Service for all girls whonqet.
roundinhe olew che orchid. cparty.All members amjaw,
Sb h ign sene f A l been rnaatague langer, nehewie dmond, tendrs. Percy. vehso been hed in
notedohtalerHer flowers were a bouquet -of a social e v e n I n g of end.
arei lookinge into? e g b enjoyed.


Sto the bride was the ing ear-rane, Mrs. Let Robinson, Mrs. time Int will also be Inlatiatin


e S State Department a oar merica Caesar 0s. Wong, brother o berg, rs. Freda Boydston, Mrs.a w
S8we orecenotion f oor eBaise friend Same Caiar gThe Critob al Assembly o.
a .-. t t aeutane de relatives was held at teMrFrank izes went to Mrs. rbaetr 2.ng o rd the Chies' Wivesnb
re enda g0 dehe bride's parents, aCrandal, mrs. Paul Furr, Mrs. be held Tues will hold ts mat 2:
Ma J.appe*tnce I Arngton a LoiboB.neNfIRMtary t(Pen- sixoclockA. O VNto. ln- May es r, Mrs. Harpsold m. at the C. P. 0 club at Coea
t Ta idcated obleactions members oi the wedding party. M Charles Bath an Mrs. el- ing as officers will be elected
e Nnfetigation wa In mind sater She chose for the ocPalo an ler 8tern, and plans will be made for the
p pent- ne the degree of m recylot the .-mcw afternoon dress ot gray lcee, Christmas banquet.
eO. srroung th-eaie papr ohter i Maib to lR.t ethe olith which se r used orchids. T Aler laes es members are requested toe
he i h reached Asisting with the c n attend ag
ZVerI a.xgro Hoft, Kohler wlad n Noovena weenattnh AursU.sS
S a to do lot of reading ad noThe odality is requested .cn






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Sa ed le hone served In Moscow and T b h d spokesman bopec T proTed great art or many membeenrs are red. Thd
1f ito is r$100 iar s Tretangr, ne ew eF r s.Percaw -
rtaH or f the bride w as the rngbear- ranceMSo ers. Leta RobinsonMrs.t to wi l beforul a ftdo I
S 2 b" l I 10 1,- had no comment aren the anO d skil I ICknowb tait4 eit o ne about art in scientific
t..WebbI n ,ob eited l e pl-e o 'er m. st .p erCeet er. o CraigMrs. louischu-night.













Hick, Mr.auaordy olcmted to blete'oTume a e theniesar Wong, brother of bert Mrs. Freda Boyd nton, Mrs.
Ss mee memb Tr. fitte o S community deied to make IitAe i the brideservd as best manT" bright m hSemon Theis
Sma the libra- oraIzaion 'engaged In fur- ester for prosl em w the business ieeting'nWw chapter in humbanunder-.
S on nt reception for close frinT. died in 1945 at the age of 81. there uarmtnhieee
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,-- M--MAt y i 'or aft M7:0s inp the ra f e frs. Wong received winter M. A Before him historians olo. This nt important er- met-
t ewish Wel r oae BoSad en d they beeeit m p te ry styles Bath andrs.el-ng as officers will be elected
oftheCaiuitsrwShel chose f prtersuten aln of Stern.e ailngm d ofe Fe
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IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON /
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HOLLYWOOD iNEA'- Otuys.ask for my freedom within a
and Doll, Joan Lesl:.- lhas tuck year if I were unhappy. Well. I
a black-sequin beauti mark on was unhappy. I signed with thl
her chin and shifted into a Mael hope that I'd be develope:I.
West-ish AiIlk lor the year's!When it didn't come, I saw no
iol, eve-popping escape front reason to stay on turning down
;oody-goody-giri roles. 'pictures and getting suspended
The perennial sweet-laced In- for it. When there's a good role.
,'.nue ever since her film debut at MGM, the producers want.
I; Warner Bros. JoanL' plaving'.Lana or Ava. There's no chance
i barr.oom butTerilv witil Brian' for another actress to develop in-
Donlevy and Audrey Totter in to lmportlnt stardom at the
public'ss 'The Woman The% studio."
almost Lvntheci" and lovmi it., *
"Imagine." she beamed. "I'm Bob Hope's contract with
the woman in the title and I'vePa amount has two more vears
got dialog lige; "The drinks are to iun and he's dismissing.
good and the games are square rumoNr that he's about to bolt
-step up and enjoy yourselves.' lh-? lot. Dres.,td In a gaudv
That's Leslie! I can hardly be- maliarajah costume foi "Here
lieve it. It's the best character Come The Girls." Bob explain-
part I've ever played." e-a the rumors with.
Tnere's aLso a hair-puLling "It s tine that I had an aigu-
fight betwe.'n Joan and Audrep\ it-nt witn the studio. it was a-
and one of those cleat -the- Dout. the pubLcit.v and advertis-'
streets gun-tight between theling budget on 'Son of Paleface.'
.:o gals. CaI Perry. who tauglt'Thie pictuie is doing a $6000.000
:hem how to handle their six-igross. but only $150.000ui as
hooters is still amazed at .w.-nt on putting it oier. Mv
loan's trigger-oulhine clo-e-lupu'ioup felt that the stuiin should
Shi looks like chilled steel ", have gone the full route with
S* the picture. That was the beef.'
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Wl.t's g ou d enough fi Franc-s Bergen Is arn.v'ering.
Charges Boyer is good enough Ask myv husband.," to trie ques-
Ili Ricardo Montaloan! tion ot whether she'll go on with
Ricardo has decided not tul,.r movie career after playing
comb the tortilla tones out o: Mrs. John Jacob Astor in -Nearer
his Mexican accent and to avoid; Mv God to Thee."
shocking the fans by speaking Says tall, blonde and willowy:
pure Americanese. "because I've l Frances. "If anybody wants me
decided that an accent helps a and if Edgar says it's all right,'
movie actor II may do more pictures. I'll res-
As he reasons it: "With an pect Edgard's judgment. I want
accent. I can't be cast in lust to keep our marriage as good
anything. The part has to lit'and as happy as it's been for
me and the studio has to search the last seven years."
for roles for me. It gives me -- -
somethinR of my own
PRAYERS SAVED HER RUTH MILLETLT ays....
Now it can be told-and Mala Heard a woman telling t his
Powers is telling it-that spe- t'ory thle other day.
ciahsts gave up hop. t lor her ,11 was an ordinary ev.iiinn
recover. from an aliment in-' home. The children w e i t
voiving the depreciation of her watching television.
blood-making bone marrow ear- Papa was reading, mama was
lier this year stuffing clothes In the auto-
"My chances to live were sonatric washer before she settle,
slim," said gorgeous Mala, who don with a t ook, winner he
returns t othe screen In "The lights blinked once and went
City That Never Sleeps." I went out,
Into the hospital in April and' When the electricity had
had to stay there for nine weeks. been o[f for ten minutes some-
At one point they gave me three one found a candle and the la-
da.s to live. Letters poured innmily grouped themselves a-
from all over the world. Every- round it in a circle.
body in Hollywood was pulling. As they sat by the glow of
for me. the candle they began to talk
"It \\as a iniracle that 1 came ia somehow or other oapa
thuutir I believe that it was started telling stories of his
the ua.,ers of people that baved war experiences.
me" Tell us something else ex-
* citingg that happened to you,
Get leady to feel sryrv, r and- daddy," the kids would prompt
ma- Charles, Coourn Aill dante as soon as one story was ended
and sin, as a millionaire who And so for an hour, -the chil-
SowiTr a diamond mine and dren heard a serlea ol ace~nat-
baches Marilvyn Monroe fn Fox's ing stories they had .4.v e r
"'Ontlemen Prefer Blondes." 'heard before, stories it which
It may be a little strenuous'their own dad played an ex-.
for the veteran actor to brush;citing, Important role.
up on his Gene Kelly side. but: Then the lIghLt'csme on and
he describes his part as. "A as the family circle broke up,
happy change of pace. I'm a the youngest child asked wist-
vwolf in mv scenes with Marilyn: lully, -If the lights ever go
and its not going to be acting'cff again, will you tell us some
at all. That girl. without dolngR.nore stories, daddy?"
anything lust ooze- sex appeal", None of us wants to go back
Hot diggety, Charlie! to the days of the kerusene
DIDN'T HAVE A CHANCE I lamimp n order to get back ;to
SHthe almost lost art, of family
4ane Gre.'r lust couldn't take conversation.
being overshadowed by Lana But parents shouldn't forget
Turner. Ava Gandner. Debonah that nothing draws a family to-
Kerr and June Ailyson on the gether like good talk. And that
MGM lot, That's the reason family talk is one thing today's a
she asked ior her release iroin children often miss. I
the sLudio ai'.'r co-starrin, with Radio and television shows
Red Skelton in "The Clown" and don't take the place of it.
p'ayirg top roles in three otner For In family talk, each
flrin-, member of the family becomes
"When I signed," Jane declar- an interesting individual to the,
ed. "the studio told me I could other members.


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.av.A da announced devoaes of a
Me. g Ii* Is 4 0G.,t~r bra bkaout, it ma makes posble normal i U for a
i.s spring Wi .ers. *ioni with o little.visl o tohat K Q15
l ir two frte heW' th have betn.classed.with e m 4482
Dr. Wliati.3.eableo, asse- U
S elate n bptometry at .Columbia WS A
ifO0 IOntoI the red th. University, told the annal Meet- 4 S 0
'Ing ofthe MaineOAlme.EtrlcA V9174 90132
b meet the deficit, the ocat h h "clear *A 5
,i t~he as borrowed, almost -image' le .c "an.o el-ten to
k .th ~SOOOAO|O f rom business, b about al of the estited 1O50,- o () )
the ad the public since last July 1. 000 pIrtally blind persons In the 4.AK7
oe of thsj Iby will be le'es. AJ
we d hck befre end Of Felnbloom iald It Qfters hape # K Q 10
the fcal year Jui.e 30.. to those with as little as two per AK 104
$'79,- The GonZrlotrimmed a cent vilion, oncluoldg many chill- Neither ride vul.
t'O,- number of Mr. Trmn's fts- iden- doomed to dependence. N
a!1M...s .. 'a l pendln proflmu Brel e, e t5oSich reacting., We s P, Pos 1
that the lar un e plt befeem '. a s
Mbe000 late summer a alemi" iewn Wela n eN
Slaw a Au. Spendtl ce tpei- slrw et mereen with s
S t e while tax colleo- ble for the smaller-than- nmiLodmumn eltTRY" he said. G
-k'ma.,' be about *800,000,- anticipated deficit. "They can. read newspapers, _-
0 t hher Defense production fell off magaahiea ant'books, while wlth- South's opening bid of three
would re e the fis- sharply In 'August and did. ut the Tas they have had to no-trump shows a, balanced
It O i4o -sha-srply s and not climb back to June .levels dea Mt on.the eyes of others. haftd, a iure stopper in each of
a t President Tra- until November. The znew lens should mean a re- the four suits, and a point-count
ttte record than The -Defense Department still turn to normal work and llvin of 55 to_2 points.
claims mln*i output will hit to many of those now classified North can afford to raise to a
Sbdget ml- its chedu pea .t ue. ith the blind." slam ince he r.elles on the
a forecast that But u The pew len was developed pont-count. With his own 9
tI ebobd go $t14,- 1 cut aist R tve years of research and point& and his partner's an-
A .- r -spen te l tst. nounced 25 to 27 points, North
h t it l 15 and aL 1954. said It Is .the knows, tat the combined oant
iiThis will a- t t removing allthe will be 34 to 36 points.
ti In'laticallyppotsible.tr4 fo m
rlHW91. trem uliOUid beAm, nugh for a mau
Trim" mht reyes "or the partially enitud. ialutut enough tor a grand.
White41 -p-". askedd on their ab.ity-to red slam,
"*Bao i w .'s nilry newspaper type. therf
*' l l^_lY^dB* 4le h< been Ood results with thq ,As soen .as.ie sees the dum--
a : 'w ienf in over 00 per cent of m declare.r,csn count on win-
Pl ^-ieasp" said. nio one, three heart,
1 0- 6t bALd- teo dects dute to fHt He therefoza
4 ^Asx4rblie. 'P tP i of'e accidents, disease or birth needs tw. 0`eond tricks in or-
p C. McGarraghy, enair. u 000,00 l the Ot ea were post operat0ve- der to mRahl. ,- sentract.
of the 1953 inaugural com- new OOP-controlled Congrqu_ e tract patients. or had optic Against avera6t deftse South
M Ai stid' today he expects for the next fiscal year but Rie atrophy following brain tumor could make hicontract. HIe wings
loodehtoeIt ls e hower's publican leaders hope that surgery. the first tk in dummy with
to big the lag t this c be reduced "to Irte t After bela. fitted with the new the king fhrt -and returns a
Att1l)ended in the C April'ss $70,00O, ,0 clear image len,. most e of these low di Sia Ayl thee kin .
t 2. i e ,t The, y M -e t'Q a. t ill sure It _rtie ts who had been treated from mh10i an .
Shis on4e can t0be done,howy t. as blind. now carry ut their The .virage-Wst player hop
ILa daily routine with.V t -as-tas on this trck with the ace of dia
Monsopl a." s md with inf ti matter
"Ptopaaen pnr..ih tes a second the t. South must
neen i.llhe lon-
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Sby PutA. rs-elass pla rInthe
"'o4 d"y R Wet seat,, however, and see
dOfaynl E % a ) Ltart hLld 18M trln Ibecan give
t18 o.; a" gV C i.nlom nth demonstra -arlansoshei th second
tmsmrat. t, and Taies- atGe ants dowutown are Mr diamond
c6'rl.n .qua i-ny Imi pu leaflets tton.
SKe sand the inaugural atreetsa o Essen former thn hancellorKonrad Alensuer's the ace O6 diamonds.
law theizh ant. two hours lt night. polic of In tin Gmany How should South try to win
s J msaiddueto -high- A numbe r-ofTCq mc m d a his second diamond trick? Nat-
ee h f r d obli cem ure the Weste rs. urally he wil gas back to dummy
lf dlbe. cos to t a AbUt 40" a of The West a par ment and lead a w diamond. Eat
i ,z C" P demon last week Bebated th. a.nal p low,aad South must guess
hh m toficatl l tidt tblt whether to play the queen or
'niRt 6 69A dA otfl- :e the a ten.
St at ers k trei 4 The expert defenses has n-

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Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones "H" Street corner Estudlante- St.
No. 3 Lotterv Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2788


FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Hiu.selold Alli,tndil" Do ye ou lw a drinking rbl"eau
FO:. SALE hogann' Chna closet. Imported Used T,res & Tubes at Bar- 2031 Ancet C. 2.
FCa .braCn Record Plader. Radio. gain Prices. at Agencis osmos. MAS SA
e, wahrg machine Pho~ne 2- Auto-Row No. 29, Tel. Panama GRAND XMAS SALE: All at bar-
:..i H.-e -2 Morgon Aer Avue .2-472 1. gain price.. Fresh stockl Philippine
01. HoRue SL2 Morgan ue -971-Rattan end mahogany furniture.
bo. ____ FOR SALE 1952 Buck Special Large assortment Chinese novel-
FOP, ALE--Reflrgerator 25 cycle w.lh radio 9.000 mile Dodge ties etc. W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of
r- phone Balboo -54. Hc.use Dealers, Tiol'o crossing. Telephone July Ave. Tel. 2-2446.
'.T-l.J ,I3o.lan Rradl Panama 2-1704. CHRISTMAS decorations, lights Hnd
F0'S-ALE -Two ,efl.ger'oors, Ma FOR SALE-Bu.ck. duty paid. 4-door ornaments. American Supply, J St.
4 Og a:L','g chne. 3 speed re- black, sedan, 1947. good condi- No. 14.
c.rd plaer. Al 25 ce. our ti.on. new battery. Phone o--377. WANTED: Man's heavy woolen
wcker chair'. Ration .o eat FOR SALE:-1950 Morris ,xfcfrd. overcoat and woolen suit 36-38,
c,i-h t on 'troller. large plao pen 10.000 miles like new. Also 1946 2-1572.
Coll Bolbcr, I S06. Hudson Club coupe. pr.ce $550.
:OR SALE: Siored .n Cristobal Phone 3-4249. Panama. Fo Mrs. vacation in Hotel Roberts
warehcuie, -11s _ell all on',----'*. FOR SALE--1941 Chevrolet in good Costa Rica. Information at your
Eed, cot chitfc.ner. chest aol running condition good tires, new Travel Agents.
drawers. klchen tabli. all metal. battery. Avenidao .Cuba 58 apa Dr. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic.
Library table wood. 2 mattres.eS ment 12.Dr. Estudnt e Stree dical No. 40. Between
E. chairs Bed 4tand Owner wil beIEstudionte Street No. 140. Between
ot r,ehouse 9 a. m un. 1 I n 0 FOR SALE. 1946 :Iick Sedareite 'K" and "J" street. Phone 2-
A Tuesday Excellent condition. Radio. Tel. 3479, Panama.
--hange -r old regerator to -4396. 0765 Wlliam Place JUNGLE JIM JAUNT to Darien
a new one Th,. is ogur oppoltu- FOR SALE -Packard Sedan, dut pon.ored by Hotel EL PANAMA.
Snit. We ai' ootler ou second paid, good motor, and tronmporta- 3 full days. Leave Friday Decem-c
Sand refrigerators Thi, is another tion. leaving Isthmus. Phone Ted ber 12, 7:30 A. M. Return. late
opportune See Ihem at Electre- during day, at Balboa 2-3564 and Sunday afternoon. December 14.
gaopp S A. opposite La Merced" evenings at Diablo 2-3177. Fishing through the Pearl Islands.
c Tele nePanama 2-0016FR SALE-- 19 Buick Convet visiting with the primitive Choco
FOR SALE-T942 Buk Converble. Indian,. spearing crocodiles, lack
or 2-0018. duty paid. Leaving Zone. must light hunting, cruising up the
Son Offered pose. $250 00. Call Hammer. Sambu river aboard El Panama's
P.'osition Ofered B',alboa 2-2553. Sunday 10.00 o Pescadora. Bring old clothes, com-
m. to 2 p. m. Weekdays 8:00 a fortable shoes, and DON'T FOR-
POSITION OFFERED. Steashandp m. to 4.00 p. m GET YOUR CAMERA. 3 glorious
t, pist epervenced at handling FOR SALE.-1951 Pontiac four door. days. $45.00 each person. Special
copsmmercial dictation. al. asstant Hcdramatic, seat covers, radio,. rate to club groups wishing to
clerk, stenographer. Apply in wiit- can be financed one third down charter boat for Darien Pearl Is-
cleg for interview Manager. Box Curundu. house 2139-B. lands trip. For reservations phone
.ng for an.erCew ManalgerZ Jungle Jim Hotel EL PANAMA,
2007. Balboa. Canal Zone. FOR SALE.-1951 Ford Convertible 3-1660 or See your Travel Agent.
WANTED:--Mole junior accountant Sportsman green, radio, spotlight.
or accountant to work with big 750 15 tires, Amason, 0775-G. Are you looking for Rattan Peel to
:n.ern, giove eua pent er,. Refer-h i Williams.on Iloce, Balboa. repair your furniture? Get it at
n:ern, gve experience. er Blbo. Eureka" on Central Avenue No.
enes and enclce p. Pon-.ogph. PI tER NAL 133. lust around. the corner of
.re Box 1718. Panma City. r JI L "..J" Street.
WJUK SAL! AMERICAN, fluent Spanish, wide ex- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
perience Latin America, excellent CALL FOR BIDS FOR CHURCH
Real F ulae1 contacts and references, desires HOUSE
.__.____ .. -- career position with reliabrc form. Sealed bids for opening in public
CA;TLE OWNERS -For sale ot bar- Wr.Ie D. V., Box 134, Panama, R. will be received until 10.00 A. M.
op- n'p'ice, Old CRUCES ranch or. P.. December 27, 1952 for furnishing
I e coo-t otf Cermeno, dstlCi oC all material and labor and construc-
Sr 2.4C heciare' Carlo S- K SALE tion of a combined church house, of-
,. rr- C.f ices and parsonage to be located an
F'-r ALE Or trade for propert/- Is, Mise'llan(Atia :ite of old Building No. 627 adlo-
Panama pl:rtade. in r pouelt/5_3-4cent to First Baptist Church, Falboo
Panama place, in Boquete 5 -4 FOR SALE; Child's crib, Thayer Heights, Canal Zone.
hectares. modern house. best vle, stroller, car seat. Cristobal 3-2574 Plans and specifications may be
of the valley, also "Planet 41" house 8175-A. Margarita. obtained at the church offices in
tractor In Bocuete see Tommy Mo- buildi 67 up d osin
* lino. J. W. Price, housing office Budding 627 upon deposit of $15.00,
C.-rundu house phone Curundu U lde s Chill wh um will be refunded to un-
57.41. s Manyy ju enIs ill successful bidders upon return of
Iolans in good condition within -ten
SPay uwn Tuiti days noterr opening of bicl-.
Pay Own Tuilo.n The Building Committee of the
Church reserves the right to reject
J) n riel EVANSTON, Ill. (U.P. As arty or all bids.
many students are working their Building Committee
wii v:ay through college now as ever First Baptist Church
before, according to Frank En- Balboa Heights. C. Z.
By United Press dicott, director of student place- Tel 2-1727 or 2-3040
ment at Northwestern Universi-
Andrew Geer was a lieuten- ty. A 1
ant colone! in the U.S. Marines Endicott estimated that North- O ficers
during the awful spring, sumr- western students earn, during the
mer and winter of 1950 and school year and summer vaca-
1951 In Korea. He was also a tion, a total of $2,000,000, which As lames Sweep
writer, and it was this combl- they apply towarcA their college
actionn that led the publishers expenses.
to ask him to write the story of He said the placement bu- den Barracks
the U. S. Marines in Korea, reai registers about 1,600 stu- B
*1nte Ne* Breedi Harper dents a year out of a total en- RAPID CITY, D.. Dec.
In this volume, the horror. rollment of 7,500, and helps a- .UP'-Fire swept through a
the bravery, the bitterness of bout 1,400 of them to get jobs. wooded Air Force barracks
the Korean war appear life size. During the school year, he said, where officers wer.' sleeping
It is the story or the Marines this group earns about $800,000, early today killing five and in-
itn Korea from the time they for an average of $570 each. Ma- during six.
ruahed to the Pusan perime- ny others, who do not register
ter in the early days of the war with the bureau, find part-time Thirtv-three other officers
.to their march to the Chosin jobs on their own. sleeping in the building .ei
.gibrvolr and the historic re- capped, at least two by Jmping
at and evacuation from Ham- caped, at least two by jumDpIn
"Lug. It is a successor to an Sinclair Lewis and his publish- brom second story windows,
earlier book on the Marines, ers, Harcourt. Brace and Com- Rcrof1t of Yonkers, N. Y.. suf-
The Old Breed, which was an pany is not likely to create the ferd aW broken ankle Jumpifig
account of the 1st Marine Di- controversy that his most fa- from a window. "n,
vision in the Pacific. The New mous novels did. But from Main
Breed carries on the story of Street to Stockholm (Har- Names of the dead were with-
the 1st Marines. court Bracel should interest held pending notification of
Lewis fans. The letters written next of kin.
Abraham Lincoln, by Benja- between 1919 ana 1930, offer an
min P. Thomas (Knopfi: A insight into the first American The blaze broke out shortly
l l il f thin .1 o a..iq. f- )it- after A a - in -- -


RESORTS


Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottages.
2 bedrooms, refrigeration. Rock-
gas rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
Furnished houses On Beach at Santa
Clara. Phone Shrapnel. Balboa
1389, or see Caretaker there.
Gromlich Santo Clara beaoh-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate. rates. Telephone
6-441 Gmrboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi-
Duel.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
orjy court in Santa Clara with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
ama 3-1877. Margarita 3.1673.
Box Ng. 435 Balboa.

WOK RENT
Apartments.
ALHAMBRA, APARTMENTS
Two and five room furnished, and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
1386.


FOR RENT-
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Large cool room, cen-
tarily located. Bella Vista. Inde-
pendent entrance, one or two men.
Call 3-1081.


FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished room
in El Cangrelo for decent gentle-
man. Meals available. Call 3-1789
or momings 2-1693.
FOR SALE or PARTNERSHIP: -
Small Auto Ports business. Ideally
located. Write: Owner Box 3569,
Aneon, C. Z.
FOR SALE:-Cocker Spaniel black
female, one year old. AKC regist-
ered. well trained' Reosonable. Call
Cristobal 3-2460.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle Autdmrati
Record Player. 78 R.P.M. only plays
10 or 12 Inch record. Good con-
dition. Tel. 2787. Balboa C. Z.


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3c. each addftioona word.


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EXPENSIVE GUESTS.
IF YOU REALLY WANT
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USE
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Rat & Mouse Killer
(contains WAR-PARDI)
GEO F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. TeL .3-1480

MODERN FURNITURE
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Shipping, moving, storage.
We pack and crate or move
anything. "Phone 2.2451,
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1 NEW YORK (UP)-Husbands '
are a lazy lot around tWe house, ROUSAMld Exchan:ge-
even when their wives help
make the living. DEALERS 94 NEW AND 1
This unflattering fact came USuFIFURBNITlUR
to light in a new study of the
housekeeping habits of the na- 41 Ad*oblftoRWl
tion's Working wives. T. V l411
The average husba~id of the WE= E
average working wife, the
I study reported, does little to- low a diontO daily and week-
war helping wihe th e ouse- ly hohu-eth.M iig s'edle-.
hold duties, although aer out- Ailf Wft as
side job contribul .An average After Ua. rS y' was made
of 39 per cent of the family's to- the COwail ptut .to find
tal Income. a wormane Izo pretty close
General Electric, which makes to the. "eaBim They h4redY
household appliances and the Burn l ve.CZV AgenII
wanted to know how wonMen wbhldh fer ,Al Fr. .Fank-
'wed- them, hired the Rba Fe- Uit Tal ey,r', a os account-
deral Research Co. to talk, .to ant in Ild$*n3polB
700 wives holding outside Job .. .
and 250 women who are fill- Mrs. Talley and her husband,
time homemakers, an accountt alse, have a 10-
The working wives came from year-od h1fy, who said
several lncqme groups, front his. ly. my
various types of Jobs, an weekW
From &al parts of the nation. .-5.3 a.m.
The atudy owed that ub- s id.
I by's aauituc. to his. w 1 i2n18..flW she. said.


wife usually consists of hs pil-
ling up the easy chair and eve-
ning papers, while she cooks,
serves, washes dishes, aid doep
a spot of ironing o cjqaning
before calling It a day.
About the only home 4dtt
at which he shines I. eakpt1
garbage an4d 'sAh. TtVat:eDt
bnth fnr httbamds nof workiing


*uperlative uonei-vuoiuime il u 1to win the Nouel Prize for ilt- ra.e L a a Uilon te second floor A U *
Lincoln that appears destined erature. They evoke a restless, of the two-story barracks where wives and those who r- n the,
,.to become a classic. It Is the complex man, ever curious of 44 men wer asleep. Officers on home full-time. Forty-one pert
logical successor to Lord the world about him and the the ground floor first smelled cent of the hWubands of.em.-
Charnwood's one-volume 'ULin- Individuals who populate It. the smoke and raised the alarm. played women were gontribe-
coln.' for three decades the His bluntness antagonized ma- Most of those on the second tng to thli chore; 23 pefr
,Standard. Since that excellent ny persons and charmed others, floor fled down. an outside fire cent of the others. -
-o rk was published many new The letters were selected and escape. but two of the dead were GE saUid tha&. aec wdinr t6
doi uments have become avail- introduced by Harrison Smith, trapped in their rooms, officials the latest gov~inment statla-
- able and Thomas has had ac- long-time friend of Lewis ., said. tics, there are a imtel.
cess to them. 10,000,000 (m) wor tn wves.
Most World War II books deal The other fatalities managed Its research Showed54 I
The experts may have their with the big action" But there to get out of their rooms but average one is member of *-
criticisms of this book It was another side to the war. ere overwhelmed by the blaze family of threes la 1:; aAit bs
reads in many places like a Guys on Ice, by Lyman Ells- Ibt ore they could reach the fire a husband who's 8; t oiW chl;,
novel, with little of the pe- worth (McKayI gives the 'lone- escape. is. 11 or 12.
dantry that marks the longer Iy' war" in the Alaska command Officials Faid most of those in She doep almost as ulCwwj
works. One lives with Lincoln a measure of the merit It de- the barracks were on detached around tie house -'"go S
Ib this biography and the au- serves. EUlsworth. an Army ser- duty from other bases, attend- per weekir 7..W We 0a000-7
thor has drawn freely on the geant, commanded a detach- Ing a training program here. devote f. l-tlll,- M441'
known facts of the period to nent isolated one winter on They Included pilots. naviga- holaekeep -I e I6 t
make the story come to life.. St. Paul Island in the Pribi- tors and other flight crew mem- wifl, the u.u. *lsow ..
lofs to meet an expected Jap- beis as well as ground person- ly get .WOk at
SThe Jones boys, veteran news anese attack. He and his men nel. times. .
cameramen, have photograph- were to- alert Dutch Harbor- Officials said the case of the Al e e I
ed burning, collapsing buildingsand after that, were "expenda- blaee was not determined Im- time ac
t from the Inside, staged knock- ble." It was bewildering and medliately. mo eIf AbI t h
down, drag-out fights with po- disheartening assignment. yet In urged included: OaDt. Mack I i and betitS
cliemen, circled the globe push- llsworth and his men somr- S. Underwood, on temporary -m av better.#
SIng statesmen around, covered times managed with boisterous duty from Hunter Air Base. Sat f ideice or
two wars from the front lines, ingenuity to keep up their spir- Savannah, Ga. Y tm.e tdy
d, as they say, "now we go its. It is an absorbing, often 2n*
quietly nto old age." They are amusing, account of an difficult* 'M S I
.2 years old. The Jones twins., job well done. 1i 14-1
Charles and Eugene, who nqw __ _._______
are roving cameramen.-orre-
ents for NXC, have writ- ONE TOO MANY.
with an aiRist from Dale
inoer, an autobiography call- BOSTON (U.P.i-Boston's mu-
i. d Doublq Trouble (L it t I e, sum of Selenxce iq designed to
.Xi wn). It's an apt title The make science fun-- visitors are
-Jok is packed with high-ad- encouraged to push various bu-
trouble they have kick- ttons to make things work. An
t' L Im White House to elderly poman recently tried e-
S. very t and finally pun.-
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But me excep-
tion tc( uncovered
by t.-
,Hd the house,"
said the an. v.- brunette.
Aaked what part of the 17-
hour day. she- dreaded most,
Mrs. Tally" answered with a
Iubh: -
"Getting 'up. at five-thirty
every morningg"
NEW i)- Many
people, wih .r0 one career
to aC intb.. A combine two
cares. iw fany, combine
W W is'tain Palmer is
obgln, an attractive dark-
ha lr n Is a registered
poes. sow il Is a soprano
withu '%rk City Opera
Com. ade her debut
U -ew York, singing
sothe lM e in Puccini's
Swill go on
ar" y en it
If e Nov. 2..
Lion for
while she
inert ; t Holyoke


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always had
althoufwh
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e6Sozi, and
musie while

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artt'ord
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wallmout 'o* e i.
tion. board, a' O an .d
today. .- .
'It's. a Ques9tlo of iwW 7oM
do It, ; t, y. i .
the spokesman sithA .
He saAd Putnasm begins a
ferenoes with gove~mint l
years later -today oI.-W Way ;
program can. -be .Iarr1 Wo
with or .without, the .boatL.L
Eric A. Johnston Pu tnaust
pvldecessor, ran the program
last apring when labor melnbeiq
boycotted It. e g th
Putnam is consldeng this
course as well as Inveatigating
the legality of having the
board operate without I.ustry
representation if necessary.
oth questions must be ex-
plored "thoroughly because a
new controls law has been
written since Johnston steppe
into the gap in a similar stu-
amon.
Putnam, spent the week-
end at his home In Massachu-
stts. He plans to confer to-
da vWh Wage Boeard- Chair-
man dharles C. Killlngsworth.
Kmllihpwprth succeeded Ar-
chibald Cox, a public member,
who resigned earlier over Pres-
ident Truman's award of a full
$ilo-a-day wage iqnrease to
tle nattmon's coal miners. The
industry members followed suit
Saturday
Henry H. Fowler expressed hope
that "24 to 48 homs refleu-
tIoan" on the possibility of
S the wage stabiliza-
t;o grmn will "bespeak fur-
ther co-operatint" 'from man-
agnent.


owler warned that if the na-
Sdoes ot "have'wage sta-t
utiu U A t- iL. AU tih n dimU

air n duritga mx peru
re ia great d4ager of wages
g up to creat e further In
Ion." sN) ,.
ltmer .- Walker,. an AtFL I .
e president and labor niem- Valn
of the,board, said- the. og-
nmenxt' inaIn fltv to -'at on
00 pendtng wage inetirase 9e. w
es could" "e off a wave,of
Ike. a "rmio
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TURNCOAT?- Pvt. Carl
T Blake of the U S. Army,
hbs been charged witn asking
Feds to give him a home in
East Germany. Blake's mo-
ther, in Covington. Ky ,. tear-
fullh, denied that her son
v would do such a thing The
Armv dropped Blake from tit
rolls in August for being
away without leave


7 Trains Stall


In 4-Stale


US Blizzard

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8-
tUP, Seven passenger trains
carrying a total of 1,374 pas-
sengers were stranded in bliz-
zard-driven California and Ore-
gon snows yesterday as the
season's worst storm lashed
four Western states.
Communications systems were
snarled and highways were
locked by huge avalanches of
snow in California, Oregon, Ne-
vada and Washington.
Howling winds up to 100
miles an hour whipped the area
and serious floods were threat-
ened in northern California.
A resident of the Lake Ta-
hoe area reported he saw a
multi-engined aircraft send-
ing out distress signals at the
height of the storm, but Air
Force and Civil Aeronatics
Authorities said they knew of
no plane in the area at the
time that had not been ac-
.'.counted for.
; Four Southern Pacific Rail-
%oad trains, bound from San
Francisco to Portland, Ore., and
Seattle, Wash., with a total of
.735 passengers, were stalled all
light at Redding and Gerber,
Calif., while snowplow crews
tried vainly to clear the tracks
In the teeth of the blizzard.
Three southbound t r a i n s
with 639 passengers were held
tip at Klamath Falls, Ore., just
north of the California line.
The railroad hoped to have
the lines cleared late today, but
the Northwest Pacific Railroad
reported It had cancelled its
passenger service indefinitely.
The line runs between the
San Francisco Bay area and
Eureka, Calif., on a coastal
route.
The passengers aboard the
stalled trains were in no dan-
.ger. The trains carried plen-
ty of food and were heated.
It was simply a matter of
waiting out the store .
U. S. Highway 40, one of two
main transcontinental routes
across the Sierras, was closed
by slides and avalanches.
One 400-foot-wide avalanche
swept a tanker truck off the
highway and into a valley hun-
dreds ofL feet below. The driv-
--e, who was unidentified, leap-
ed. to safety and escaped Inju-
ry.
Another main road through
the mountains, U.S. Highway 50,
was clogged with snow.
It could carry only one-way
Sunday traffic and highway of-
ficials said they did not know
how long this situation would
last.
The weather bureau said
the heavy rains of the last
few days bad posed a serious
flood threat In northwestern
California.
The Eel River was expected
to rise to 22 feet at Fern-
bridge, Calif., today.
In the Tahoe area, where
the plane was reported in dis-
tress. Placer County constable
Harry Johansen and a group
of volunteers tried to go on
snowshoes Into the sector where
an explosion and bluish flash
was reported.
But they were forced back by
shrieking winds up to 80 miles
An hour.
'"It was a white inferno,' Jo-
hansen said. "We couldn't see
, 50 feet"

S.Witch At Switch
SHATW IESBURG. Miss. (UP) -
S Residents of an eight-unit apart-
ment house here spent Hallow-
Seen night indoors and in dark-
less. Unidentified high school
yotUhs pulled the central electric
*witch in the hall and held
S.aald-be repairers at bay with
=tecrather grenades for four
6 L fornrfr

TM UAVATION ARMY
CUM33TMAS ALP-
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PFet Office


AN IDPND IT NESPA






"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

TWENTY-EIGHTH TEAR. PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, DECEM ER 8, 19N2 r C



Lovett Tries Second Squelch




In Bubbling USAF-Navy Feud


I WASHINGTON, Dec. 8 (UPP
Defense Secretary Robert A.
Lovett will act sternly to put
down a new ,Navy-Air Force
feud, Pentagon sources said to-
day.
Twice in the past four days,
Lovett has acted as a firm-
handed "peacemaker."


In one instance, Navy See-
ratary Dan A. Kimball toned
down a sarcastic speech in
which he had planned to at-
tack an Air Force administra-
tor.
But h efor Lovett's reported


int
tri
tex
on
cer


told all services to stop re-
leasing in the field Informa-
tion on new uses for atomic
power or development of new
new weapons. Such informa-
tion, he said, will bq released
hereafter through the Pep-
tagon only.
The background of that or-
der was a recent spat- over
guided missiles.
Air Force partisans accused
the Navy of pulling "The pub-
licity stunt. of the year" by
staging a drone plane attack
in Korea.


tervention, Kimball had dis- Lovett has warned all the
buted advance copies of his services against public argu-
Kt, and the speech alterations ment, but the bickering goes
ly accentuated Lovett's con- on behind the scenes.
rn.
The Alr. Force," already irk-
In the other ease, Lovett ed by authority gfven the Ar-


HOLD THAT TIOQYI-.4.10e.a l^oni-s.ulkw AnWM@'T i.
there are times when fo that her ofn, brqa *oould be -ast
to enjoy supper, and po .s. holds her Wdote tig crub atl bh by
, the "handle. B11w gi -addition to' er fwy. we b er
mate answered an appal. for i metetdoW 9 for th
abaadmod juqUle kitt-.-


my to organize helicopter com-
panies to move small bodies of
assault troops, now hears the
Navy is trying to take away
still more of its' prerogatives by
building bigger carriers.
For its part, the Navy is dis-
turbed about the huge chunk-
40 percent of next year's
$40,000,000,000 military appro-
priation that Is earmarked for
the Air Force.
Navy spokesmen have begun
a campaign supporting super-
carriers and a stronger Naval
air arm.
The new episode in the
feud, involving KimbalL and
Air Force under r-secretary
Roswell L. GUlpgtrie, dates
back to Nov. 15 when GUi-
patric made a speech suggest-
Ing that "perhapS" the na-
tion should have Wday one Air
Force instead of four.
He said it does have four-
the Air Force itself, and one
each for the Navy, Army and
Marine Corps.
Kimball answered last Friday
night in his "watered-down"
address before the 50th anni-
versary dinner of the Navy
League, saying:
fI am somewhat -disturbed
when I hear people in. a' s irit
of critlism Imply when anyone
of the services has a. weapon
that another service Is also us-
ing, this is great W . I
disagree."
Such a theory is as r, 1a-
lous as sayin -only the Ar'-
my can fire a,-gu a operate
a truck, Kiimbl a '. hL
In the' original text, he had
included the line that "T.1e ar-
plane is a weapon, ntiqt a way
of 'life" and had writte :
"I am more than slightly 'dis-


School Segregation Hearing Opens



Before US Supreme Court Tomormow

WASIHINGTON. Dec. 8 (UP)- tency of the state'legislatures in nessee Texas. Virgli .and West
history-making debate on racial the exerce ,of their police pow- Virggina.
segregation in public schoolsRets er.' ansas law does hot rire
under way before the Supreme Two years ago the high court, sdgtegation but permits t in
Couit tomorrow. while. e nvt reraing Plessy, never- large cities.
The basic Question, which No- theleAeHMSd-that colored students -
cro lawyers have been trying for must .be admitted to state ,--
30 years to place before the c6rt. versittle. On an equal basis with
i4s Does segregation of. itelf white tuent.
irmply inequality? that It Ner.
It-was fzl-that if Negroes
The Negroes say the answer 1is attenldlftl aw and graduate
"*ye.." They contend that plac- seho(s WWe segregated they
Ing Negro children in a separate could iotonbbVtad an education
school deprives them of their equal to thatdt.qhite students. /
constitutional right to equality Lower cort. pave since neld
before the law. that this TOa did not apply to
S ate education authorities al- thradet this did no app
have argued that separation of r i -
the races is necessary to prevent slide b t rii Dlktlct of Colum-
rots and forestall eventual chaos a ebl. 17i tl ~ E lkw requiring
in public education. .atem
The justices have set aside 10 Dey _--.Arkansa. fy'r. fll rn
huuis for arguments on five cases If yor, Kfns -roe
which present several leal va- -w
i nations of the constittrlpnal Is- It'3 3k Caropina.m
The cases test specilitallv the S th a, T f.nta.ic.at .r f
School segregation practices in Bshiffis. r f
V!rginla, South Carolinak Kanam,
Delaware and the District of
Columbia.
Tne District of Columbia case
i~ sponsored by the Consolidlat- J
ed Parent Group, Inc., the other -
vb the National Association for
t ne Advancement of Colored Peo- 77' -7
All are on behalf of Negro pa- nice '3If'-'o "
rents who have tried unsuccess- charged wit..W.i. Fr .flying A mnff
fully to enter their children in this, ot~f1 with T m
schools attended only by white Balboa g. with JM n
children. .
The court's decisiorr may not The 34-yea M
be announced for several months, defendant is cb Ip. the sibu
prerhape not until the end of the tering the .m A-t.
ter'n in June. A. of quarters, %a Phone
A ban on school segregation 6:30 p. m. lat 'fi', ..
wouid climax a long series of Ne- Probable cause a gp*@ri
gro court victories in such fleld3 morning, anot 1 f.
as housing, labor and transpor- bound over to the U.
station, as well as education. Court for trial.-
The court's opinion will deter- ,
mine whether the South h to The case of a it-2J.
coaltinue its "separate but equal" namanian chargeigi A v '.
nortrine, on which relationships sequent ofao : Av
between the races have been bas- ceny was coiu H
ed for more than 50 yeats. nesdly afternx x. .- ,I -
SThis doctrine stems from the --,W'. -, -.
famous "Plessy vs. Ferguson" de- The defendaat,
c'slGn. handed down in 1890. fio, is charge 4
That decision held that state shirt worth 13 -
feRiegation laws "do not neces- to Patridlt' *W.:
asvilv imply the inferiority of Cedeflo -.
it:.er race to the other. and hac evicted of petit
eetn generally. if not universally, S and 1 t ...I .
rectInlzed as within the compe- set t& 3.,. -'," ". .J-'


turbed when I hear people com-
ing on in a spirit of competi-
tive criticism, saying that we
have four air forces, the Army
Navy, Marine Crops and the
Air Force. I
"By implication, they indl-
dtcate that this sla a great
waste. I disagree with thirdr
thought thoroughly."


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