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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
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00226
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toSin i S o e Sl" tflt* amount.o istoner Colon merchants, protesting the recent wave of he.
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central committee Sunday.
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IE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER


THE PANAMA AMERICAN That Season's Here Again, Folks
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':0614118 ,Ot iu ADVANCE ___'A_, 00 ,00 Drew Pearson S rw;; nyitb..opp
ro. oeM r,..,N ovc.I --_. ,o2 ATLANTIC CITY-With the r war
lryuIv, iv YOUR FORUM -t TheIo WN COLUMN m ty only w survivorane o the r luorigi al-...r o
rI IS vo ORM t aER wn co.uN amen who launched 010 Inthis terninatin o their 1fa q
city 17 years ago sitting9sym-
a" L b o ically obscured.anId unnotle- WASHINOTON.- One 11i"I leant
THE MAIL BOX omewhf imong theous-" senhow
I' E A L C~ 'J Aantis in- the convntion hall, the / lng anyYo e wr
IO leadership passed quietly The ay i protest e o ean at
The Mail Bot is an open forum to. readers of The Panama Am"*- ut bitterly from the hands of te the Uk. berte te lt-foir
kan. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly" cof he powerful, conservative ex- under o iet ot
derntloal manner. coal miners, who have govern- 1) A eae prt.
if you conteibule a letter deo't be impatient if it doesn't appeer the ed American labor for decades-. 2) Air 1rer a ..
se**at day. Letters em published m the order received to VA>1ter Rauther, proponent / 2 h rnd* n bIns
Plee*M try to keep-the letters limited to one poae length. of politicallsed unionism. f I ft
S Identity of letter writers us hold n strictest confidence. Ine old timers forbidden tb hurh
This newspaper assumes no responsibility to statements as epiniOns demonstrate, sat sullenly as the Whr .i re"soh aJ
lixpresed in letters from readers red-haired kid of the fiery Flint In detail; r de reaso ab. s kni
sitdown strikes of 1937 became in. to those abord the US. MNue9.
--o- 0 the third president of CIO, but First, the British fear ag. blockade
NORMAL IS AS NORMAL DOES the first to take office In a finish their sizable-trade wt China.
Critical contest which has truly I Second, it would gW abta t
4Balboa, Canal Zone. split CIO right down the mid- on onIt Konu Which n n40
S I.C.u. This split means Reuther is I purposesso thand -
o I.C.U. for endless running battles with 1 u points os's, w o nt rig
My Momn told me something once that I have never forgotten: the old-line unionists of the .r The opposite point view K anow
takes all kinas of people to make a world. Too bad there are steel towns. Arthur pn orend te oran
~4ome of the I.C.U. type. Chinese. mahnla 6n ad,.e Chin
The adults are always complaining about the teen-agers here Walter Reuther, In his con- neal r i 8i
t the Zone, but they never do anything about us. They say we servative blue "victory suit, questionably t em
ang around the clubby sure, why not? Can you think of a took over the prelidey y but questionabl d tWtWture.m i
better place? Or would you rather we "hung out" in Panama not the power of hb fabulous s Korean wo ti ft
Vity? predecessors, the men from These are two of. the conf lin, d
the pits, John Lewis and Phil I the President-elect Is certain tObe
Before you call us "lounge lizards," remember that the major- Murray. Reuther's vict ry with his secretary of state, his seeretary
Ity of lizards are really iguanas. margin over ex-miner Allan tary a la ry ft& Ii,-
Just b ecuause one particular group of girls sit there and smoke Ilaywood was comparatively rydV
and swear is no reason to say the rest of us do that. small only some 400,000 BaBBrbS LA 'T t
That really was a dirty blow. votes. RAN vte A
Some kids wear jeans to school just for kicks but the majority President Truman invited tvorw c
S f us wear them for a reason, such as when there's a pep rally or His fight-to-the-fintih op- ever nerve with hlim, except tw e.
a dance that night, or if there is an all-star game or a decoration ponent, the debonair movie- week. The guat of honor wt w,
committee meeting that day.I handsome D a v I d McDonald Looking around the on lgtas d3
leader 0o steel workers and oE seated suah old-thnert a H&nr? wa
Speaking of clothing, have you ever seen the disgraceful the Haywood supporters knew seated suuil olt -WKr HIet
clothes some grown women, mostly mothers and grandmo- It would be and called for the vett rem a nkd:
others wear to the commissary? And you talk about us!!! first CIO roll call vote to estab- F Itt 10o Ike andP. fdk: artwo 1
Lately, I think we all realize that we are living in a pretty lish the fact that Reuther spoke g'It lg lke thet Wm fara
hot climate. Jeans are comfortable and easy to move around In for only half the 010. Sed back abi thn lat bmnn
they're sort of a "national uniform" for teen agers. Or don't Despite the generousM dipo- Loueyb J te01 t an.Wd.600",
the\kids wear clothes where you come from??? matic words of unity, that was .Lousy -Ib hran. to' d
the strrwterv to warn Reuther _____a._hoeodWrow__ _____s__ _________'W ip evew'ed
I was born and raised here In the Zone, and until I heard of that he ruled by a slight major- rug. I Ju t dn _t U
you I liked It here. Calling us Canal Zone brats was a low blow. ty hih might be sithed A
Before you criticize the girls and the boys remember next Derni o
that we're only normal and we do normal things. Too Iad some- roa. n R D s G Byrn.es, algn ni a ch 2n au,. t rl!
Qne else can't fit into that category. Ironically enough, Reuther,
S t tickled me pink to hear all the kids in school discussing who prides himself on his fight y nthet
your letter. Boy! You'd ever win a popularity contest If! I for the underdog and the lit- to thy '^ I stieM r".eidit, r
4 Have you nothing better to do than sit In the clubhouse and tie fellow, was fougalht down&i_ a o si(ld rav
mind other people's business? by the small unIons and He.M rdi"-
emerged the spokesman of the NEW YORK.-This piece Is a sort of finish to pay salaries, all through the months before he the Stomb at
Honest, your letter was just hanging there big fellows. a cycle of pieces about Ahe same guy, the third collects a dime. He has-to.iock prosperous and forth new .. ad
Honest your letter was usand'last piece about Dave Mahoney. talk prosperous and act rlleperous and, above "I wh. I co l v afor L another S
S-I.C.U. 2. Reuther's presidential post I wrote the same piece about him several years all thin, pay his bills o nal. I could be 18 l. In fact. I'd l .t
Carried with It little of the one- back, as an example of the possibility of a young I frank y don't know WDave ]tahoney, of augaTn.-I cow ld y.have my wife an
man power of Lewis and Mur- man busting ) way up in the world, deiplte the now thriving firm of DI J. Mahoney, Inc., with me A '
Answer to Previous Puzzle rav. the lackadalsieality of the times and the secuity- ever did It. He borrowed What he coUld and he r.llkf
Lewis ruled through fear and conscoousness of the veteran, the resigned ac- sold his new car and he pIS t i=Ft btiWte ak to to bta1? .
w tFood and Drinkoldhisn ewari aNdco t ll'T ,
Food and prink physical strength. We well. re- ceptance ofdull plodding. o. work although she was but br de and satI feel-
_______ member that during the 1940 1 dug this youngster up in Texas just before Ing fluffy-ptony. wC h
CIO convention here, one offi-t he became: a vice-1reldeXt o the huge adver He worted allday and all night and ravat- wou4 B "t e
OW, )BZONTAL 2 Ang.rs :cal. Ted Slvey. came down the tislin firm of Bathruff and ia. He became ed his ulcer. (All admen, youg and,


2 Go astray Vigorous was sued by John w He had come out of the Army and while he He small scal d
Saseudonum of 7 Sorry bodyguard, the terrifler Ray was working t the agency he resumed his sth- back every dime he had rrwed. t. l.1
C arleu umb 8 Dormouse rehomasn, because Toth had dies at the U tgversity of PensMlvandIa, c0. ut- day Impeccable and bae ,-1b11 t~ -oe
S ied k questions of the great every night fm New Yor to Philadei e. Th u ear later
I 4 t ',n 9 War god Then he tak. a MA iggree at
S 1 Mrs. Truman Concise 41 Cathartic drug great moral strength. He wa y d bon as h ed new per Te
SPerfume 19 Dye ships 43 Unaspirated the lginnlng, Wi not run n agency, but after 18 months he alandoned-it an't huge but 000 oth r peol e's mo
0 Organs of 23 Mountain 28 Mineral rocks 44 Bard one-man organitelO, That has .ouuity to go i business for himself w lt hug but of y erd ntope
smell nymph 29 Essential being46 Carrots are Ibeen chased. The has no murder in the advertising business, a lot o t a -year man to spend.
1 'edal digit 24 Tyndareus' 31 Sexless "Incorporated." ,uales were His personal credit was good, but his agency dney to :ey oe hp. owne evee e- _
2 Custom wife (myth.) 33 Indian weights vegetableW chaangsed yas so tIt uIedaring cretit tloel oIn toe I D si te h l vo.eeu l'

Wreaths Olympic 40 Small fish 48 Heroic policy index -omeh w, by sheer furious determinabtnil il ve tslughus less
o Id games good to eat 50 Relative Uni'r the.- a noh thousands f dollars to se up w e' th
ePhoenician l* an oeffleo and hire his personnel L and then 'le MA f's that no 1.3 to?
I seaportt |lf efetd a u a th v m board.R leYw his old agency with an ta60,00 account as go. hrtobbaciesv fo yorqri:ehadnbpomfeel e
euher mu emale deer every two a y jot to JuanlQ yo g to So Ih Junp o .
7Female deer" ouse-mns tte e-
0 to"Ly maid of iden th the hve tonds like a lot of money, but there a ansd IW on his feet.
rreeAstolat" .A ] the n s o e pcWlar things about the agertisln i- .
Diners 1. re tarn- real e s ar Ca- ne, one of which is that he.tgency ea oly big piece in TeN w York Times a
So4 Repast a -s------- ents t e aken g. andD 15 pe eet of gro s billing nd thtwhen a man iaLbout my boy which e
forhips Vr iice" on "oeA a S- lmeavef oe eny to go on aOown. taking a ft. a. sort of Mwon an. It made utsr
D nkey I "]-. In addition ~e' fxf t aseeoUnt w himth he' doesn't start to heae.., *eemause I did the first plee
esty "veB or i &t W*> r v ey tor several months.. ;.' gen he .made vp. ad ag n whe E S !.
1maesty" Dye ships 4i i --- WB1 Rtlut e ata lo as fo pseral ths. ? numer_ t wttut ot_ _oit _a_-
mee t b ee chargedthn h. 7at ni, ich he can't touchto f or what ich myself Ua th me. tl fouorh th. $a CImntaC _
I Ceur ... : supervised. There om- e has to furnish an office and pay rernta..d,. ...: .- T v .. h t n
bteas I echelons of 010 on m eva-
S chairman tives will meet n with A .. N ew
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,eounsetops. Sell by President's absence or Incapa-
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low cost want ad dutie Oft. "e f*-
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eat way to reach Amrun his gnie W"
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Sand waS eld oldfUled .........
s et e s.m el lverpltaed ...............
C sterlina slver .............
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UNDER $ 5oo

Mother of Pearl Medals .................from
Coin necklace or bracelet ................ "
Child's spoon ..............................
GoldfiUed Pins ...........................
Leather diaries with "Cross" pencils ...... "
Silver "buys" ......... .............
Genuine Oriental add-a-pearls ............
Hajr barrets, goldfilled ............6....... .
Rlhestone earrings ...................... "

UNDER $ 10.oo


$ 0.35
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3.25
2.50
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0.55


Cultured Pearls, fine strings ..............from $ 9 1
Gold filled Watch ....................... 9.0
SLokets, lled ........................ 1.50
G1'. ring, gold .................... SMi-

Plate ............ .
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UNDER $15.00
Bifltone..ig (European style) ........fte
$old .old earrin........................
Italian Leather compete ................
Swiss Medana Watch .....................
Pin and earring sets, goldfilled ........... "
Lockets, solid gold .......................
Crosses and chains, solid old ............
Rhinestone jewelry sets ..................
Necklaces ................ ... ............
Gold earrings .............................


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UiDER $5 00

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Key-rings-silver .............,,............ "
Identification bracelet sterling ...........
Military brushes ................ .. "
Pocket knife goldflletd .....................
Picture frame. sterling ....................
Cuff link sat ... .........................
Sheaffer pens ............................ "

UNDER $ 10.oo

Swiss Calendar wrist Watch .............em
,aW pens ............................. *
, aif. ad chain set. foldflled ............
P61111 old n e d ........................ .
Tie mt, gpldiled ....................... "
atte openers ........................... '
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On links and stud sets ..................
"Cro a" peneils, goldfllled ................

UNDER $150oo
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D bl C Cigarette lighters ................
Ky dlhais and tie pin sets ..............
Sh er pe .............................


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IN HULLYWUUU
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
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IOULLYWOOD-INEA)- ShineI Robert Stack and Barbara
ycit polarized glasses, folks Britton, the screen's first third-
he "depthles" are here. dimension stars, seem to be right
he. are movies in three there in the flesh as they fight
lenalions, and film industry off lions and a hot passion for
.fl4gers are crossed that theater one another in darkest Africa.
sWeeni with height, width and Some Hollywoodites are hailing
lepth will lure Hollywood's lost the first "depthie" as the great-
iudiences away from their home est even since "talkies". Others
rT screens. aav that the polarized glasses
Sgve them headaches and that
Wearing card-board rimmed third-dimensionl movies never
.oWarized glasses. Los Angeles will be more than Just a novelty.
miviegoers are seeing the first It's up to the moviegoers now,
featurelength motion picture in who will have their choice soon
naturall Vision Thir.d-Dimension of two other celluloid experi-
--.Arch Oboler's "Bwana Devil. ments in avoiding flat screens.
One is Cinerama, which uses a
---- cylindrical screen 963 feet long
and 20 feet high, giving you the
F e illusion of being In the scenes. An
s test exnedimental Cinerama film has
been playing to S. R. 0. sings
lrvip [ 'i ir. New York for two months.


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LOS ANGELES

MIAMI
NEW ORLEANS

MEXICO CITY
!OUSTON
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SAN SALVADOR
TEIGUCIGALPA

MANAGUA
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The first feature-lenght Cin.-
rana movie, probably a weste-n,
will face the cameras in Holly-
wcod within two months, accord-
ne to Producer Merian C. Cooper.


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PASBRNI.P. SKnVICh faMB CARTAge apim j
S.S. Do Gram ..................... ... ......... December 15
4., ,, /- -o-- '
cWlebmI. VEMCM LMN. E M- L So *m a nil
Paumi>o UNLDO 1 MI-S.<- fMan sp


who is in the cinerama Produc-
tions deal with Louis B. Mayer drev can't even bend her knees
to sit down. She's beaming: "I've.
The other is Tri-Apticon. an worn a lot of low-cut gowns on
Enrish third-dimension procpsi the screen, but this Is the lAstlI
alsn requiring polarized lasses IIme I've ever got wolf whistleI
Hollywood Producer Sol Lesser boh coming and oing.".
represents the U. S. rights to Tri- "-
Opticon and soon will release five
English-made short subjects in Preview flash: I've seen every
the process--two cartoons, trave-i Rrad" picture since ParamoW
lo ue, a ballet number and a co- been making them-and
reed, Ruoadto Bal"has moroeWO
me. laughs than any of them. Il,'z
MIND'S MADE UP?I a freeway of fun for the enWtte
family... Elizabeth Threatt of
Unless Barbara Payton changes "The Big Sky" is fuming.Howa tr
her mind again, there will be no Hawks swapped her to RKO in
;nLtrriage to Tom Neal when her
divorce from Franchot Tone Is
final. "Marriage?" Barbara scof-
fed. "I'vT had it." N l '
Crooner Russ Landl tells about'
the two boosters who like to et
together and reminisce about the
future. Af W


Keenan Wynn and MGM nre.
about to call It a day... Bette
Davis and Julie Harrlare belin
pased for the mother-daughter
ro'.,s in "Ballad and the Source'
Lauritz Melchior. the opera.
ster who clicked as an MOM mu-
s cai find a few ears back. is
vlaning a night-club tour..
JP'.,my Stewart will be part own-
'er of a new, Galveston TV ita-
tion... Darryl Zanuck's daughter
Susan, will make her film debut
in an independent flicker to be
filmed in New YorJk.. 'iLana Tur-
ner and Lex Barker are dating
at the ouleter soots. Lana wants
out of the headlines for a while.
. Donald O'Connor's wife, Owen
is slated for a night-club act...
The separation rumors are flying
avain ahout Danny Kaye andi
wife. Svlvia. But Hollywood has
h-ard them before and nothing
ever happened.

PANTS FOR AUDREY
Now it's skin-tight leather
Pants for the blonde western
menace.
Audrey Totter'l the doll wear-
in" 'em. and by comparison Marl-
Ivii Monroe's blue Jeans look like L
theP were bullW for Oliver'lardly.
Designed by Adele Palmer with
eves closed to the censors for
"The Womank They Almost Lvnr- I
cbed the pants are so tight Au-


- Guard Down


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exchange for Dewery Martin
Then RZO dropped her.
There's mqre than nuts In
Brmlil. Cammra 'Cavallaro's col-
lecting 3 o0,0.1 for a four-week
imilht-elbclbtand there... Handi-
capIed cildr' n *ill receive all
t'e proceeds Ifou Dale Evpns'
.bIk about her daughter. "Angel
.U e.t-" -It'%s due for Easter


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come out to the Club abet :0q :
pin. on Friday aecordin t
Verne Andersen, Party r irI
man.m l
Better still, come out *9 4:00
p.m. and play. joan asuffle-
board'and tsy to decorate.
P"M u al" Woman' .Club
To_.one r. Chidstmas taly
TheWoman's Club of Pedro
Mguel ,Is slponaoring a Christ,
mas Party for children of the
'Community to be held on fi-
day, December 191 at 7: po.m
In the Pedro Miuel a pvahed.


m junlult .Hi


the Win Mki on cBalboa
Road, e members are
Invited bri their families
nid a for eath child in
ther There will be
ht refreme and enter-
ti t be re the -meeting.
a Th re lar meeting will
t and at thia time nomi-
0lon d election of officer




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MUROC, Calif., "Dec. 10 (UP)
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Which at sae; lve
Pas per hour..
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* CHICAGO, Dec. 20 -(UP)- A
kin spqalst said today thlit
NAils gd to give clothing
tn1 er "i.iri~qg qualities, luster
and seoftes may cause skin
Irriations.
, Dr.. Leas Schwaktc consul-
'tab Idr the U. p. PubUie Health
E.;rvice, told thq American
Acadet y of Dermltology and
Syphiolox t4at suk tat rrit-
tions seldom result from the
fibers themselves.
Schwgi-z gave the new .syn-
thetic fibers now used in cloth-
ing a clean bill of health.
"No cases of dermatitis bh'r.
been reported from the uppror
ceased synthetic fibers except
fora few oases involving glass
fabrica" he said.
But he said -resin finishes are
u&.d to prevent runs' I stock-
kings, and in some cases these
have caused irritation.


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FRIGID FRIEZE-Frozen rime,
deposited by super-cooled fog,
* recently embroidered buildings,
-trees and statues in Stockholm..
Sweden. This sculpture, "Idyll,"
by Christian Erickason, is an
idyllic example of the beauty
produced by the rare meteoro-
logical phenomenon.


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Corner H and DurulM Street


word to the wise about tire..
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wfbord Car~okersI

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Yer. after year, both the
eperta who make the world'
automobiles and the motoda
who driue them use mom
Goody6ar tins than any other
make. Isn't thi'two-way '
leadership pretty good proof
that Goodyears are the
best tires for you to buy?
Next time you need tine,
we your Goodyear dealer!


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Leave )ou Ad with one of our Agentis or our offices in No. 57 -- "WH Street Panamis
. No. 12,179 Central Ave. Coln -


4 ew is Service
. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. ana

Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave -Phone 2-0441


Salon de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street


Agencia Interncional de Publicaciones
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199


; FOR SALE FOR SALE
:l H i -e t 'lI A I !. "'
F: SALE .* --_, E S bond table rro- Importled Used fires & Tubes at Bar-
Fel radiO Apt L. House 179 gain Prices, at Agencias Cosmos,
W.l rd, o f n PouC Auto-Row No. 29, Tel. Panama
W anr.son Place -- -----' 2-4721.
AL Retrigeror. 25 cycle
FC SALE egeoorBlbc. 324. 15-4J FOR SALE 1941 Chevrolet in good
,Ga. o a, Road. Maul ,l' l ieal ng running condition good tires, new
.arl Ra. te e 9 battery. Avenida Cuba 58 opail-
*tt ihe Sta mint I.
R -SALE -2 Single Beds. 6 Metal -ent .
mindss 5L7 x 51. 2 Wood BI.nd;. 1 FOR SALE- 1946 lljick Sedanetle.
Simmons Couch. 1515-D, Akee Excellent condition. Radio. Tel.
'Street, Balboa. 2-4396. 0765 William Place.
F0 4ALE:- One wringer ispe G.E. FOR SALE-'41 Packard Sedan, duty
,w ingo machine. 4 monhs ctd paid, good motor and transporta-
3w Automobile Row, apartments non, leaving Isthmus. Phone Ted.
:1p .3. Call after 6 p m. during day, oat Balboa 2-3564 and
Re o evenings or Diablo 2-317"7.
FOR* SALE :FrigidaoreRefrigerator.
9 cu. ft. Exceller't condition. $100 FOR SALE -Plymouth Station Wo-
'00. 24" Stand T',pe Fan $25 00 gon 1947, duty paid, excellent
Fishing Rod and Reel. $17 0O., condition. Call Panama 3.2333.
Pair new lamps, 310 00, 2 bamboo FOR SALE -1949 Chevrolet Con-
chairs, $6.00 each Roval type- verlible De Luxe with radio. $980.
writer portable $35.00. Clothe, Phone 2-6341 Bldg. 278, Ancon.
Hamper, $2.00. Call Cocoli 4-522
SApt. 613-C Sago A enue FOR SALE.-1942 1946 Ford 4
e chapr. Ol -ou, _-rei_- or door sedan. Wednesday thru Satur-
We change your cd refrigerator tar day, see J. H. Joyner Motor
a, new one. This is your opporlu- Transportation Division Corral.
nity. We also offer you second
hand refrigerators This is another FOR SALE -1951 OLDSMOBILE 98
opportunity. See them at Electr.- Hydramatc Sedan, radio new tires.
gas 5, A. opposite "La Merced" Telephone* 25-3859 Ito 3.30 p.
church. Telephone Panama 2.0016 m.) 4-203 latter 3:30 pm.1.
or 2-0018. FOR SALE -1947 Plymouth, Spe-
FOR SALE:Frigidaire refrigerator. cial De Luie 4-door sedan, radio.
7 cu. ft. 2 d cycle, $60 00. Very 3 new trei. Phone Ft. Sherman
good condition. Leading for Siates 8-7059
528-A Cocoli. Tel. Balboa 2.10'7 FOR SALE -1940 Ford Sedan 2-
8:30 to 11:30. door, body and motolar good condi-
SFOR SALE:-Bleached ah China clo- tion. $250.00. House No. 154.B,
Asset, -dining table and 6 chairs. 3rd Street. New Cristobal.
S$150.00 Cypui oand bamboo -A T
bookcase; $30.00. Balboa 1225 W ANTED
after 5:30 p. m. A mobile
FOR SALE: Two youth beds and -Automobile@
'mattresses. Albrook 4209 WANTED.-Model "A" Ford, coupe
FjSALE;-"6 cu. ft. refrigerator 25 preferred. Must be reasonable and
(e. 5124-A. Diablo Heights. in good condition. Call 4-524.
REAL BARGAIN: 9 piece maho-; PERSONALS
"IV dln;ngnroom set. new cost _
: '*: 3600.00, Will sell for $150.00. AMERICAN, fluent Spanish, wide ex-
Al ga Mo new bed; complete, night experience Latin America, excellent
t1e. l$C'0 00. No. 27, 43rd St. contacts and references, desire$
9e. 1e.. 3-4976. career position with reliable 'firm.
SS Write D. V., Sox 134, Panama, Ri.
FOR SALE P________
f. eal Estate FOR SALE
SALE:'--Or trade for property in MucIni
p name place, in Boquete 5 3-4
Sctiares, modern house, best v.ew FOR SALE-A. K. C. Registered pair.
the volley, also "Planet 41" 'Great Done Dogs and one puppy.
actor. In Boquete see Tommy Ma- Phone Balboa 1606.
u. J. W. Pricor housing office.
S urundu house phone Curundus CHRISTMAS decotons.., lights end
-n41u ormements Amoricon Supply, J St.
No. 14.
ANTED FOR SALE: Lionel's Bi. Uni
S'a" gauge electric freight-triiin
.1 11 1 Miscelaneous with smoke. Accessories. itUtd.d,
-Phone 4-323.
NTED:-Ping Pang Table in good FOR SALE--TWO mCq- wir-huired
S r. Phone 3-2599. Terrier Pups. 6 AKC Re-.
S.. $ ,00 Reward for information lead- gistered, Albrook 4209
Tr r a two bedroom apartment for FOR SALE r h
merican couple and one child OR ALE:-ndustril machines fo
S el Albrook 5167 between 7:00 buttons, buttonhole, double needle
d 3:30 and evenings Panama I English, .1 Spanish typewriter
,- 4458t hemstich and single stitch. Alsi
S-. .Creaciones Altmen N.. I Via Es

lie. Help Wanted
.'. j TED:-Experienced cook. Apply Ike MatArthur
I er 5 P. m. Office Fabrca N- ( f
enal de Salchichas. Avenida B y (ColWd frOe Page 1)


Carlton Drug Store
10.053 Melinder Ave.-Phon 358 Col6p

Propaganda, S.A.
-"H" street corner a sudiate at.
Phones 2-2214 and 3-2798


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So yoe hbve a driMbkg pOblem?
Write AlceliNS Aenywmeu. ies
2031 ABnc C." '
GRAND XMAS'SALE: All at bar-
gain prices. Fregh stocks Philippine
Reten end mahogany furniture.
Lorge Measefmnt, Chinese novel-
ties oft. W. T. LUIM. i1. 4th of
July Ave. Tel. 2-2446.


Dr. WENOEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Estudiante Street No. 140. Between
"K" and, "J" street. Phone 2-
3479. Panama.


JUNGLE JIM JAUNT to Darien
Sponsored by Hotel EL PANAMA.
3 full days. Leave Friday Decem-
ber 12, 7:30 A. M. Return late
Sunday afternoon, December 14.
Fishing through the Pearl Islands.
visiting with the primitive Chaco
Indians, spearing crocod'es, jack
light hunting, cruising up the
Sombu river aboard El Panama's
Pescadora. Bring old clothes, com-
fortable shoes, and DON'T FOR-
GET YOUR CAMERA. 3 glorious
days, $45.00 each person. Special
rate to club groups wishing to
charter boat for Darien Pearl Is-
lands trip. For reservations phone
Jungle Jim Hotel EL PANAMA,
3-1660 or See your -Travel Agent.
Are you looking for Rattan Peel to
repair your furniture. Get it at
,"Eureka" on Central Avenue No
133, just around the corner of
"J" Street.
Spray Gun Painted, cars, refrigerator.
furniture, rooms, apartments. By
expert. Prices to suit your pocket.
Home service. Call 3-4942, Pan-
ama.


ARMED FORCli IMPLOYES
(U. S&Citfen)
Are your quarters inedequute? Is
your 25.% eeten up by increased liv-
ing costs p taxes? Does the rising
cost of leave including transportation
make a visit to the States impossibler
Do you wonder where the money is
coming for kindergarten and other
seheelingl Are yu '"local hire" US
citlien, and minig out oi States
hire prlvires'Don't bore -your fia-
mily by useless griping. Take con-
structive ectien to support the NFFE
legisleive progregl through membehf-
ship. will bwelddiAtOtidf Ie ^e
meeting. For information or trons-
putation Fo *eeting phont. I5-4215
from 7 to 4 or 83-6196 after 4.
MEETING THURSDAY 11 DIC.
7:30 Chive Chive Glubhou
NATIONAL' FEDERATION OF FED.
ERAL EMPOYES. COLOCAL 595.
We sell a long fur coat leather
muskcratl at a very cheap price
Call 48th St. No. 29 Bella Vi.sto.

Catun Chapter's
Women's Auxiliary
To Meet Tomorrow


The recently] formed Women's
Auxiliary of the Gatun Chapter
r of Local 900, GCEOC-CIO will
, oldd a general membership
meeting tomorrow at the Youth
s Center, starting at 7 p. m.
- As. a result bf an election held
the following were elected: At-
birta Wallace, chairlady; Vie-
toria Reid. vice chairladv: Ruth
Rennie, secretary. Dorothy Bel-
lamy, aasstant secretary: Pearl
Pascal, treasurer ;Estella Moore,


f Ie 21. aze to wait until he becomes ;,np, a.
TED-Maid general housework. president on Jan. 20.
Bst sleep in. Must hove refer- I Washington key Republicans
s e. El Cangrejo Area. Call 3- id Oisenhower might confer
21 after 5 p. m. with top -congressional leaders
-- soun after he returns from the
Pacifle. They expect hhn to Re
3...nils'thnn isQ legislative lieutenants a
sition Offere br n on hi findings in Kre.
TED:-Bilingual Secretory with ttgdtler with some inkling of
II knowledge secretarial duties, what he has in mind tho im
rthand and typing. Apply DogB- the sit. a0on on the fi
rTivali Avenue Na. 6. front.
|, Tivoli Avenue No. 6. The seagoing headquarters of
the vresident-elect sailed
vaItion ArIy to*Mid Honolulu at 25 knot.
n Army~ choupv seas caused no dico-S
1fort to the distinftulshO OW
Mbors D e angers.
The Helena crossed the inter-
WK rationall dateline yesterds anY
SA Tadded a second Tuesday to th
S A e week for those aboard. If t
shower and his conferences hW M
Canal Zone fire statiuns any observations on the eatra
eve a4 "toy collection day. they were not made vube -
itl connection with the Eienhower was un
a rToy Driv'e" which is of- toe gratifield with the
launched today, accord- t! of talking with his Wa
- Major Tobias Martinez. without the pressures 'and
4- The Salvation Army. teiruptions normal at his hbei
ouarters on land.
ind girl are Invited to tHe said he hated to see
a toy with a child at t'vL.age end. He was a pletatra
A child may share by uf relaxation as he chatted wit
& ood used toys. or nil incoming secretary eof state.
en buying share a JL.hn Foster Dulles, in the ad-
to h a child who would tr.iral's suite.
face a Toyless Christ- lisen.oower showed off his
this fear. skt-el shooting from the fantall
of the eielena.
points of share a tovy Gorge M. Humphrey. ineom- C- ,CT" N U -
will be, the Boy Scouta m secretary of the treasury. .e a _A
Headquarters. the Gen Ludus I. Clay and Eln iram sr, a equc -
Armyv qrlstmas kette bhwer blasted away at the clay t-mi..- e i ietwed
lof by af the BalUa- o Viens for half an hour. o esit"y Pa UiWetiGe
m ea ters in Bal- The three knocked down every yw. on t. Cadtrintes pay. AA
e e ber 2- 3. b thrown from the hip that a
^ .. l'Trtable tralhooftl_1 devlc0 mSeSS trSin ti M


PaMon ON a wow. a w b e
*ms of UBUKU dads*o fa ih
MAs~i asop two dmeah 1


Minimum fdr 12 words.
3c. each additional word.



.UMMtRCIAL -s
PROFESSIONAL


RATS are
EXPUMNIV1 GUESTS.
IV yOC REALLY WANT
TO OTr RID OF. THEM
USE
M AR FRIN
Rat &. Mouse Killer
containia WAR-FARIN)
GEO F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140

MODERN fURNITURE
K ybTOUR SHOW-ROOM
sllprovee
Reaibaater
"HERES"
., 1-Mew


STraspIoN iteriT, I A.


Grnmluch SeptO Clare beach.
cotta e. Electric .Ie boxes, qas
stoves.' derate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gerttb.l 4-567 Pedro Mi-
guel.


Wilhliams' Santa Clara Beach cottages.
2 bedrooms, refrigeration.. Rock.
gas rangers, Balboa 2-3050.


PHILLIPS Oceaside Cottages. The
only court in Santo-Clara with an
Oceanview from *IIl cottages. Steps
to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
arno -1877. Margarita 3-1673.
Box No. 435SIlboag.
Furnished houses On Beach at Santa
Clara. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa
1389, or see Caretaker there.
ri-OK RENT
Apaprtments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
[wo and five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobol. TelephIne Colon
1386.


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
with refrigerator, to married couple.
NorthAmerican families living in
other apartments. Corrosquilla,
second street No. 48. Telephone
3-0471.


FOR RENT
Rodme
FOR RENT:-Large cool room, cen-
torlly located, Bella "V(sta. Inde-
pendent entrance, one'or two men.
Call 3-1081.
FOR RENT:-Large sleeping room,
twin beds. 54 43rd Street, Bella
Vista. Call 3-4127.
OR RENT:-Fbrnshed room with
meals to genttemon. Justo Arose-
meao Avenue No: 57.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room, cool,
clean, beautify location. 48th St.
No. 7, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished roo
in El Cangrejo for one or two
gentlemen. Meals available. Coll
3-1789 or mornings 2-1693.
FOR RENT:-Furnished ,room, in-
ected. For information apply 21,
4th of July Avenue Apt. 3 front
of Roosevelt Hotel


Truman And Family

To Spend Chrisimas

At The While House

WAHINGTON, Dec. 10 (UP)
-P-resient and Mrs. Truman
and daughter Margaret will
spend Christmas at the White
House this year for the first-
and last-time.
Mrm. James M. Helm. Whittc
House social secretary, an-
nouneed today that the Trumian
family. contrary to their -usual
custom, will remain in Wash-
ingtolni over the holidays.
Each of the past seven years
the ,President and first lady
have gone to Ind."pendence. Mo.
for Chdrstmas.
The Christmas plans were
Tade before the death hlst Fri-
day of Mrs. Truman's 90-year-
old mother. Mrs. David Wallace.
who was buried at Indepen-
dence yesterday.


Mrs. Helm told a news 'con-
ference she has no knowledge
whether Mrs. Truman will ob-
serve a formal mourning nerlod
because-of her mother's death.
She reported, however, that
Mrs. Truman will accept no so-
cial invitations until at. least
sometime after Jan. 1.


llbros
warded
gainstI
iMEEN'S COINAGE- 1 royal turns
e tb~inti him ah--
wilrt s bear the Rikee.of landlo
qpu lizmbget 11, as shown to look
in thobvewdeilgnofaa eel'I
above, Fint of the new eoin
inte d wm be dated 1983, year
ot tbh c emona .X tm M q .-
to teI BritIsh coinage to be r
a shemu of reinIng inonarcb.-


Shipping, .moing.
We peak nd orate
anything., '"Phone
2-2562. PanA.


storage.
or move
2.2451,


MI. .Ie L. DMLLAC
(Psaeu edpleii
I end 3 l ppm
Saturdipy: S It noon.
w.rler Wew e Tel. .-13t
I I block rom Lu rtheatrei


Household Exchange
DEALERS IN NEW AND
USEB FURNITURE
E B. T A r "ELL. -


HAVE'FUN AND FRIENDS !
*LEARN: Walt., Fox-
tret. Jitterbug;.
Rh u mba. Samba,
Teook, Mamnbo.
Free Trial Lesson &

HARNETT & DUNN
BALBOA M. C. A..
SH3IE5TS


WED IN M JT AM
PT. PLEASANT, W. UP-
Bernard Livllit n "OM p *Patty,
Kuhn chose to rlgI their live ,
on a bridge. They ere married
by tce Rev. M. D. MSiflet In the
middle of a span aseda a. river
here.
DOUSED IN MIDSTBEAM
FRESNO, Calif. (TJUP)- District
firemen wilk p ohe to put
out a blaze. a~ded Into
Kings River to p t4ut a blaze
in a floating mrattr which
they feared weu=l-.Ifte along
the bank a ndst.a s fiie.

Calul Alt Orws


~i'NRACI


'_ Legnd
wowsrot.. SownIs
Soet qind Satellite


W TE 'I leaders of the Kremlin Ad- the Soviet ateutNkm
slans of tU' In Asia and Europe, whilbeois'o a potential menace t he. N .wC
to the CumIp'M the West can put 175 divisions In the field. M ll tis.
picture, S. B4 .edds are made more nearly even by the producti.vUIu.1
Above s hows how the two camps are lined up, sad idat the t p
/a leach country. ,
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44

is


'IGUiU MUUoUwL, m N. mitr EL7%' %quw -Opei Shs SU.,SmutSeuIt. I.
. M To give a hand to the tolly old lat =tI two women a ake aei ia
and distribute thln to needY children at ,ChrlatmiI


Red-Haired Sailor Conf s


Miami Mutilati, Mon Mw
MIAMI, .Dec. 10 (UP) A a they were OfficerL got o'i
young re.d-hired sailor cong, ether she died tfrOmquestioni h .
esed yesterday that he was -or from wonmt".a. the Mf-
in.mate with a pretty young her nde body fleer mentioned
mother, then chokeand and mut .b to L Mi.a as being hldr .A
lated hr and let her lifeless tolen oar stalled i a of Wasd i
a pmtto 61Um. Ef d, he hitdh-hked woman, 's
Sleamano Wllber J. Whaitebac t he Marne str base -
., 20, ofC pevlle, Wash., who bre. "He finallyut
was free f bond at the time T o was fotut by hed a ,t
on an ear haI o afass ult. k t Snday ltah it
ing a woman With a bricg .
calmly confessed to Marine and
sherltf's officers.
He was released to tle sher-
iff's custody and enlarged With
first degree murder.
His victim*A mW entiflcd as
Mrs. Ruby C~lvip-'iTHollytwoodi
Fl., S32L.year-4or m other oft..
children six years and six weeks
old.


... -i- h" A"n auto toa t owed the
Shirl i-'s nds much full brutaUl of the beat!
e oai M *yscrapF4 r~that resulted In" her death.
arm ? Ja-.'4 .rW-1e,, le sbe was atill alve,'
ut .heIJB E e Jackson Manorial Hospital re-
mut he sn' t itr W- portJ, the ian w s tortur-
lHama op r.Re.2. _nd Oledk by_="urns on1...
0 .Utceb and abdo.
W his t n'tA t ip on build- The rav~g. I body was fou
in an hane tested palmer"
patch off Dreyivai
northb of hW' o the edge
M i (-U, ) Proof e whalte fs officers that
^of a a~ tft G erman had sexual rttei with M
fe e lur- Colv and. thazde
a -imbrt the6nutde body wit *Md al
Smiths, 5M to .54. These totals ChestnBtt-u
do not flalaUde such. VaraTlona was thel A,' ouyww*
as Schmitt, Schmit or Schmid Oarpedter. ., .-
cnd Satmt fo.ijte--be. aH idI*.
Safer -Wh.
... ".--?. gerPHO-,L'_-


o. -i Y -W
i bs been a ',lS t
Sphere a- last
v'wh took Thtl
Sr...
was lt


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CI0 Executives
T' Meet Sun"d .
ow i. Wea hti l Retal I


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We Ms Joe Aatofe ,


to ,xiae
to tle Atl u anhmtI Sl de ult
. toenito Gaanje and Mrs. Catalee


lun "j . t e. 9101
depus ladlea,
victor ..ary Qu
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tl iM P,". o, pre.
of nse .C .lu. ....

The ast Councp of
host.

Ion, 980 p09rm at
Munclplst f Mondy
ning. tW LmJda J48A o Je D.
zan, Wfe. the Mayor of
Ion on MDy.

Mrs. A. Ander
whose took place
latter art of tovebe

Satorda -.the Hotel Wa
ngton..rhl hdstesses were
r. M. Brown and Mrs. A.
Turrle. 7
CanMt p were used as
centerplftW :n. te tea t
and. indvidua ta
Mr&. ,L llt andA
Ed .preded at
tea mv andsL
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Paul -Mt oberte b
Mrs. i Douglas,
JeLshne Mrs. Ka
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Xflw& xi
Micllytoemm


a. .Plan
the sding. Plans were made for a
Wg children gift ceremony o f
Sr. Tfl Decemaber 15, a S'
, bn. ter John Tum
-. have benediltlon 'ih j
Stime hd te ean chldnrme m- I.,
WOF seat their giftta for tchat A ll
a, members the parish a i n-
a- ited to join the ounr i i
C1- 1" of the church at ht. t u, in
dt Refrhments will be .m 1n w-
dent the Pariah Hall follow the d
Saservice.
SMrs. Mle Kisam, .hlu ] ^Kim
of t food gifts r t,' -
Mission,. ill be lAd o reeMi -
co anydonatiUons b. Imay be .-
the tacted at Oatunl0. !
eye- Mrs. John iaovsky Won the -
9&. door Drize. After the etlll M ,
Co- refreshments were served ;y r;
Mra. Klasam and Mrs. laugh. r
ter.
ted _
Orlatobal Uiaon Church
rson, Eleets Offleers
the .At a meeting of the can-
Was relation. Sunday, the follow'*
>utl- Ing of flers were elected by the' Moi
sils- Criatobal Union thuroh:. .I *1
Given Chairman Timothy latdd," Pou
ash- vice-ehairman- E. P. McOlel- V W
Mrs. land, 8ecretary- Mrs. Cart y T
0. Maedl, Treasurer- August R. wIm.
CampbeU, Fluanelp Secretary
1Hscoe rF. Malnig;
i a elders-. Means Campbell, -
able Haln ng, Ladd, MLcleland sha
bhos. Luke Palumbo; My f
Mrs. alot0
the Deacons: B. R. Goodhead, -T. buste.
. Zutlema,. eltn lauokr A 4r-e i
Mrs. bert Swift and Carl Maedl 4 -m
ark, DecMonesses: ., R M -
ra. ktIta Mrs. A. I. Ho*Ie.
N r F. Maedl, Mr.' I. .EI
Le. rmkeman, Mra. L. Pal
'der Itovwadl, Fred ,loe0o4,
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-t Aau was abllnw
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ga o pit bridg taw. in
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as.80Mn .s
bidding
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AR g t tgA,. however, the
%& l was Ml m difficult
a.l W.ohl Of ap!d, and
seaman We s *agt on;e

side= VWtu 1 s
wtloW. N eatc, 1 2e ta"in _en
rounds of it ift

heart@ hed could there l
only .two clbs. gavfI tgAs
squml w t ot. f tk.h..usb,
decV*M n turned AN+at!
iu", prute n t tes
On thJecomd round
6t hir -: Xeduoe t
cardfitta n a8h had ft



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ebht of clubs.
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L.5UtiE, Germanyi Dec. 10 (U?") West Gar-
dent Theodor HMs; today withdrew hib request
at Germn federal constitutional cart for on
i whttaet the. German-Allied peace contract
on rearmament are constitutional.
euidnIt's action, announced by his office at
de igqd to break a mounting cmlstlBluolna-
imreatesed to block, or at least tIIdIlainde-
lms for a Germin contribution of SOW man
We of Western furope. ,
Section come after in emergency cabinet
at night and a series of'confermeces between
mat and'both government and opposition lead-
0
blew up suddenly Government spoksemen at'once
wheIn the 2-= a branded the fuH cout' decison
g" s Jhighest cial as unconstitutionall.
.- session hero --
a..aA...an* U S


.l toir- decide wnehner me
"WJi 0eirman peace contract
St a rearmament are
O nKMtiona .
. Adeauer's government last
weqk applied for a ruling to
qle-half of the court, the so-
d"second" or "black" senate
blh a known to be Inclined
= r&ly toward the govern-
Te hancellor was conii-
dent a favorable decision from
thIs court.
*it yesterday, the ull court
comprist l both the tflt and
qt9ond senates stttM together,
Inounced it would give a ruling
all the constitutionality of the
na and army acts whch
w bel beindnl.
-T.e full courts believed to
.an antl-gvernment ma-
it kely to decade that the
are unrcontltutleni-
ithe court's decilsW k b xd -
tVe. Adensuer's plans for early
aWeuea rearmament might vl-
ltatal blow.
i Uh the lower lise of
S u*ent has given voramble
to the twin pats., Adenatuer
deadded to hold p final ra-
ilestion action until the court
th r thus to la n y


9 Coast Guordsmen
Marooned 10 Doays
On Lighthouse

-Thr Coat .ar b er
kill leve here y
for at GOemfl ghtaouae
ton th e coast where
oasct guardsmen have been
marooned for 10 days because
of heart ts.
The sr B no pgr.
the QuO a.aal. t, and have
a seven-day tpply of dood
eaft. The ,cutt., taPt=, food
and supplies to the men Is ex-
pected to arrive Thursday.
Maroonet at. the lighthouse
station are the regular at-
tendan, three relief atten-
dants and theme repairmen. The
relief men atd repairmen had
Just completed the seven-mile
trip to the station when the
seas became too tough to make
the return trip.. Throe men are
stationed at the Mgthouse 1in
10-day Intervals.


iNEW TREASURER-
W am F. Schnitzler, above
hap been named secretary-
treusurer of the American Fed
oration of Labor. The 46-year
olA president of the AFL Baker
as rt Conftinner! W n r a r


PAS.


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Bin-lc Reaerd Sw im




900- Thbe 1of Ivy (VO)
7:-- B in u ar Hour
I42-wAw UIL D 0o,
lTI AMA IVOA I
11:00-The Owl's Nest
Midnight-iUgn Off
Temrrow, Thunday, Dee. 11

.OO-SIgn dn The aldm
Clock Club
7:9-ttli s&i,,
t:1 Varlretie
U8: 0-IuIc Makers
8:&,erry lBears Presents .
: f4tred Heart Program

I A the Record
1 t fthe Record (Contd)
11 the Band

ebsn music

Spaul






4: Tow. x favorite
s6: "VATrIte
(Y A)

4 the ey Nlnet b A
eTn of aInMtm
11;Ol RB.UBON a Op "

8:s^-h Ot Story Theater
2.-30-M-le of the Gay NOaeMes4
9:--T American Bookshelf
/ (VOA)
S9: l.-_t. Weeks. t o south
frica (BO) '-
9:0-The Music of Donald
Voorhees (VOA)
UU:0Q..Oance Music -
.IQjB-^ COtal interlude


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e of Amerisca
'ik artLh 8Broade aItinp
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SaAn I'slulm Union succeeds George Meany,
BS m uB D !.. -E f la isnow president of AF..
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 (UP) -
Martin P. Durkn, who will
"be labor secretary in the El- / -- -E
Ssenhower cabinet, told reort- N1 W Fast
era today he is sure labOr
,leaders and Sen. Robert A.
I Taft tR-O) can work out -1 ".11O1H
agreement to revamp the Ta- OG
Hartley Act.
But the soft spoken, 58-yeat L IE F
old former AFL Plum ers your throat Is raw and sore
Union president added, "I do roi. coughing don't delay ... gel
not believe that as secret. Bui'ldey s Canadlol Mixture right
of labor It Is up to me to way. Pour yourself a spoonful of
suggest the changes." He said this special medcation ... hold it
his job Is "to try,,to briftina your mouth a minute . then
the parties together." I0tl swallow it. Feel It spread
lowns your throat. breaking up
The AFL has called for' out Use thick choking, eni-laden
Right appeal of the law.. pblegm ... smoothing a protective
T. .. ... . "im over thosp hot, Irritated memt.
Taft has denouncedE i aanes ... carrying welcome relief
appointment as "l.ii&Wb t Bep dowa, to the bronchial tube.
But Durkin said at a news con Ah-h... you .as mimiona
ference with _outgong .Seret- aave.... there's nothing like Buck-
ary Maurice J. Tobn that he ley's. So ask your druggist for a
is sure Taft will "cooperate" bottle of quick-acting, pleasant-
on Taft-Hartley ameiSd5meS. tasting, inexpensive Buckler*A
Durkin, a- Democrat who Canadiol MIxtUAv today ,
vited for ~ov. Adlat E. Stev-
enson, said "labor will give 311-
senhower full and complete
support to make his adgtnis t
trationr a success and rin sure
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SFor. League Leadership

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The Standings


Teams
Bombers (CH)
Yankees (CV)
Bluebirds (CN)
Brownies (SC)


Won Lost
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1 1
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Panama Stadium i7:31n: Bombers (Osorio)
vs. Yankees (Gohl).
LAST NIGHT'S GAMES

Doubleheader postponed on account of wet grounds.


Inactive Illini


Top Cage Five

NEW YORK, Dec. 10 (UP)-
The defending Big 10 cham-
pions from Illinois ranpk as the
best basketball tea.n in the'
country today even though
they haven't fired a shot this
season.
The United Press board of
coaches-voting strictly'on the
basis of the Illini.potential-
put Illinois on top with 24 first
place votes out of 35. The Il-
liil open tonight against Lo-
yola of Chicago.
The first weekly rating ranks
LaSalle of Philadelphia second
on the basis of two wins last
week. Kansas State, which won
its opener, is third.
Washington University, with
two wins, and Oklahoma A&M
with three straight vIctories,
round out the first five.
North Carolina State ranks


The league leading Bombers' Lynch. however, may cross up sixth, followed by U LA in se-
-ace hurkr. Aluerto Osoria will the oopositlon and open with venth, Seton Hall eighth, Min-
,be se!kimn his first victory of Hisel Patrick. nesota ninth and Holy Cross,
"the pre'erit season when he Victory foi the Bombers will tenth.
makes his r..cond start aaalnst give them a full one game mar-
the Yankees tonight at the Pan- gin over the Bluebirds who
-ama Stadium. would move into second place UlVS DUD "Fans
"* Osorlo started for the Bombers ahead of the Yankees. Should r
on opening night hen tne Yan- the latter club win, they will T
kees lost a 16-7 decision after take over the top spot bv a half- Waned N01 10 D
knocking ou. Osnrhr early in the game over the Bombers and
game. Both the Yankees and Bluebirds. T foo ln L't'
Osorio %%ill be seeklns revenue. Last night's scheduled twin- 'U UplllllClis
The pro-able stirter for the, bill, In which all foir teams were I
Ysn'.:r: will be left Vincent scheduled t6, see action, was call- (BY U. S)
Gohl nho i. ihe prooerlv of Ot- ed off at 5:30 pm. when it va:
taws of thl Class AAA Interna- decided that the playing field An American tennz star warns
tionnl Le~eur MIanner Dale wps too wet our Davis Cup fii becusnot to be-
cnme too optimistic because Vic
P ixas beat Australia's Frank
Chuck D vey Risks Tl SedpmaLn In the. Victorian
,hlllCK ILD ave% ,AKA iil Jack Kramer says "Vic's win
shouldn't be over-emp'hasized
beouse it was. a reversal any
Se A ailllst Prud :hmplon must expect some-
C1halkit.ce ta. +S P h'udeI tin-e.."
TI'. o Australians agree with
BY U. P.) Ki amer. Former Ausale ace Din-
S!rv Palls says- "Nobbody knows
-- o -- ihow good Sedemah is,. for he's
never been fully extended over
Matchmaker Larry Atkins tpr-. irst round Monday night, biitla period of time. I expect Sedg-,
diets a sell-out to night for the the Boston lightweight bounced man to have no.ttouble winning!
annual Christmas Toyshop hux- back to win a unanimous dei- Loth his singles matches in the
Ing show in Cleveland. 'Ion from Salas. iDvis Cup challenge round."
A crowd of 13.000 is expect d Ttic Mexican boy admits Harry. Hopman, non-playing
to watch the five 10-round bouts Co'lins is a good fighteF but captain of the Ausaie Davis Cup
headed by leading welterweight Ji:.vny Carter Is too sharp a team, say--"The- U. 0. team of
contender Chuck Davev of Lanr- puncher for him. I'd like to fight Selxas and Tony Trahert will
tng. Michigan, and Fitzle Pruden Crc:ins again. I still feel shaky make a determined challenge,
the Canadian who fights out of fr"ir. my cold." but I'm sure Slxas was at the
Paterson. New Jersey. Middle- Salas won the lightweight title top of his form and Sedgliap
weight Rocky Castellani of Li- firm Carter last nonth, then well below his best in the Vic-
zetne Pennsylvania. meets Jim- lost It five months later. torian finals."
my Flood of New York in arotrier Collins. a leading feather- "--.
feature bout. A third 10-rounu- i-"ieht contender, says 'I A T
er pairs welterweight Ronne didn't get warmed up after th-; Along The Fairways
Delaney of Akron and Herble fir~I round until the fourth. I'd
'Hayes of New York. Lightwei'ht b= .nisd to fight mim tomorrow."' FORT AWIADOR GOLF NEWS
Joey Brown of New Orleans meets Collins was down twice in tn"
D1in Bowman of Asheville. North ;fir, round The second time t"'e A splendid -turnout of seven-
Carolina. Anderson welterweilhi bPll rang at the count of seven teen ladies enjjoed a rain-free
De] Flanagan of St. Paul squares' d Collins' handlers were forced Thursday of gollnflon Dec. 4 at
off against Dick Anderson of Ne i to work feverrishly in order for the Fort Amador Oolf Course.
York Tummy to come out for ti.e The tournament, f'the-day was
Also In boxing. Tommy Coli'ns 'orond round. But Tommy says a Fida Tournament. ThBs.meant:
tanrl Lauro Salas may be re- he's willing to flight Salas again. each player was given' the
matched. Collins came wi' in And mptchmakera are working chance to re-fpay>.one poor shot
weonnds of being stopped in !th" on this natural. on each hole.


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Alter the. final Olvot nhad ben
replaced winner for the day
were Ann Little, low roas vlth1 a
68: Dorit HamiltOn, first.low 'it
%ith a 68. and Irene P.blnQ1W ,
second low net with a 09. Tte
winner of the speal.ne-bo
tournament was Dot Go.don'
with a net 34. .
An Interesting tournament s
scheduled for tomorrow, AllJa-
dies will tee oft, starting at ,N3
a.m. In a "Thrqe Club.TO l-'.
ment." Ladies should '*"1
thinking of wb hi three. olvb
they play best with :. Is
all allowed In
medal play ,o-abkulit.
handicap aH .


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Hard-hitting featherweight
contender Pedrb Teals and
Transit Kid, the outstanding
local lightweilbh campaigner
at presto, amare.a dy in tip-
top condtlo foqr 'hir sched-
uled' ten-tound blout at the
Panama G unday 'night.
This "nat'ual, shipes up on
paper .s th .."ttht of the
year"'. anA .6hAd -i, out to
be a thriller 'frem start to fin-
is,. The ogos tgne4 to make a
weight lInit 'o f 1 pounds
which sbofld b _ft up things.
The' wieSer of this bout will
most likely be Balaothed with
Federeo.o n'umer' pArly next
year. A boot with. PlAmmer is
sure to draW a big gate and
the boys' wi .be going all out
to jnd the big onea
The senffitateontest will Ie
a six-roplder between u -and-
coming Beau Jaik A id Vo


thue ,ight-roa u i.d
pounds.


Two. eruv "1i ad
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'.F+ lfiTINC-Ivy Wi n guot na toi of .adviLpith w -e t.

Ten football coacl at their Chicago m i. i l be
iiRiin mentor were e lockwise, Bennie Oaltetba re only a 1 .dollr*ar.
us's Stu Holco; Worthwestern's Bob Vig
w'3^ W Fesle. Ohio States Woody Hayesaid lh ay .. -
Thn'.dger. play Southern Cikfornia in twe Pmmdeztg Ia'
P on New Yer'i Day. (NA). .,


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Vi Opinion Of Foi0 *s nI.
.(By UNITED PRESS)
0.,Ily.UN RE)
A United Press survey shows rule discourage .qi VaIisef Atn official ot the Cleveland,
1MidWest basketball coaches have and helps eI&,.. nd-ian--whokasks to remain an-
a d'4 emotions when it comes t..... o ome to the amp-
t now-foul rule. t ent lla Ryan.
Tis year a player gets anoth- T direetor denies Ryan as
ox. caho d It. he misses the foul ' hor
ben oneashot, call. Fre,. i cub.
thlbtratbe -taken, and iall eE eerlcan
f ". lhe ajt three minutes r !-o for,


14t iCtlly are two-snot pen-
be a coachess feel the rule will
cAivt.r4d fouled, the reason it was
p 1sed,:Others say the pew rul
M e'.the. playing time of th
g ne Wto long.
, oab Bud Foster of Wiscon-
:n jAys: "The new rule has cut
fouling, I like the rule."
'i Btahl df Ohio State says:
ikt .la should reduce fouling.
S t'worth a trial if the
l rUn more than six
it.es.longer." oi -
*&.mlre t ame payer
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loent of the rule Is
. of Brealey. An-
the-players tend to
. the firt foul shot
t4elMl get another
tbh miae t. Ray Mv.-
Sthinks the rulp
itoo lnr. Pete New-
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Downtown Athl
awarded to 1l*
voted the outsta
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the front office squaole.
Thef cldb1 dItor sayd the de-
cialaoqn I b adIanapolls-wAu
*iado -oUowing a "'AnanlmoINs
vote" of- thf'ttre b ard.
sagy dloiotora Nate Dolin a"
H arry .visitecr a napol1
and .reti with a ,a .
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a note from.his p-ratai taking
his name. date of bUth,- rea-
dence and the position for 'hich
he will try out. '
Following the -reglataion of.
players. batting aMid fle
drills n the upervision oI
Atlantic Litle League manager
and coaches .will begin.
ATLL. A WILL BE FIVE-
TEAM LEAGUE
Th e Little- Motta's, league
champions for the past two
years, will be.ponuered by Oil-
bert Morland and. inaged by
Harry Dockery and Carl Tew-
hard. The Powell'- will be apon-
sored by Howarqd Flne .
Powell's Garage and imane
Leslie Clarkse.and Vind .
The Pollcp Pal wIl bei. a
ed by the, Canal .."one J
lantc side) an andmnage(,
George Tully and Oeot.e
Theileage :a two nW -
sorn this yeai to ru.., ,i.C-o..
five-team allue. a
Oilers are sponsored by the'l

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BROO-sLe ae-- 1
Gree., 161, B er*k* (W).
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:NO. ACKr BUT THEY MAKE MILLIONS
Not only la it Mll on as far as the Butlers are concerns"
but ditto as-. R Racing Commisasion and the other trutit
go., raou :cl blne the Butlers for sitting tight. People who
willg g i0v pa good thing are chumps. And this is a very
.MoreilopL -The Butlers' take from betting after de4uct-
Ing the stat skmiate Is 6$2,800,662. Add admissions and this
comes t. 37088 Subtract purses, or money to horsemen.
and 'th.is l ea.4,07.052, That's how much, less operational
cost, thee'v taSn out of a nonexistent track in the past 10
years of tW endless. emrgeny".
How muith longer Is thi Racing Commission going to stand
for this arrant ,maeane? A tace track is not like an ordinary
buinsla 6etriw. The .atless and the others operate on asu-
fegrawn i '6W tllt..U ies to the voters who were motivat-
ed by two 1 sport; (2) tax reduction. They weren't
voting to the private orunes of individuals and .certain.
ly rnot UO deset!ia c here
IW .'- le .- foBre^ th]e RacIng Commisseon.next
week d fdr '53. It is time the Racing
Co th s bible situation to a head. Why.
aI they be dates at a& At the very least, they
sa to present oncrete proof they are prepared
to da,-t a year or their request should be firmly
d t is mattr Is approached with realism and daiosed
of the a to, selfish lj4terests and mOWdv
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i votes against the 30
bJSat]1th and the 27
,-.wo" g ed a total bf
d', lin 161 carries this
1 an average of 6.80
ia seary, finished second
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t Waugh's record of
1.1 yarda ganed in 164 tries
Iavnra" of 8.37, he poll-
ewo votes in the baCk
Sbag0otip and not a
o the player of the year
S.Vessels, Searbath, Moo-
Sd CU1el in the player of
a balloting was Toa Cat-
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wi p3ts, followdl4
California halibf
11 vots; Jo" a
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Dixie Watf&r Replaces Moore

As Coach 0i- Cardinals' Staff
..- De c -le.10 (U?)-For- his former Brooklyn teammate.
..... m. r ea gottlelder Dlx- And Stanky explains: "Dixie is
lowL Tk 1'I-ke has dropped out of the one of the smartest hitters I ever
for l Mman g.er of the saw. He'll be a big help to oa
Pirates., younsters."
T wiIthdrew from the Walker managed Atlanta o the
I|RM .]fj$,"lo Wl fti. by ei a ob as Southern Association the last
.'"t. t tWo seasonL after playing 19
A'Ye Tr. who yars In the majors.
afi ter "f with The appointment of Wa*ler
ie t6Adle* r oands out the Cardinal comeh-
3f A 8lPf11 hltqd below 'f staff. Mike Ryba and Jbtn
OV the R middlee are holdovers. Wair
aIW ..- raT4 w ieoltb t appointment also ended
t be ...-.- Stanlky would recommend his I-
A= tlP# deF a ther-in-law, former Pittebuigb
Sb .l. . .. . .I Wans s WS to he coach e s tock, for the *jb.
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(Monday Night)
Duquesne 65, St. Fraftis (Pa.) 53
Nl ara 5, owling Green (0.) 55
Tufts 7, St. Anselm's 46
MiddlebMur 73, St. M ihaers 31
Arnold 111, Bryat (RI) 70
Fredonia (NY) Tchrs. 76, Platts-
burg (NY) Tehrs. 67
MIDWEST
MInnesota 76, Xavier (0.) 71
t uette 83, Ripon 55
DepaSl 86, St. Norbert 58
IoWa State 81, Kirksville (Me.)
Tehrs. 57
Capital 84, Denison 71
Northern Ill. 74, Whltewater
State 57
Steveos Point State 76, Milton
(Wi.) 56
Emforia State 49, East Texas St.
Wayne 82, Mich. Normal 76
Hope 100, Olivet 68
Eas*e Ill. 86, Ill. College 45
Western Illilois 7., Loras 58
Ill Normal 77, Evansville Tchrs.
63
1 Vista 63, Dana (Neb.) 40
Cnlftiton 82, Rockhurst 25
(eit me)
Omhdita 2, Millsaps 71
MomhadTeshrs. 77, Wahpeton
SSeelence 14
ViW City Tchr. 93, Bottineau
Forestry 49
Okla. City 40, Drake 45
Mankate rchrs. 77, Ia. Tchrs. 41
SOUTH
Wisconsin 81, Loyola .(New Or-
leans) 60
Luabrvtle 89, Purdue 85
Usassplpi 100, Ark. State 80
lane 79, Pensacola Naval Air
MStalon 49
Vanderbilt 9., David Llpsoomb
(Tenn.) 66
Western Kentucky 56, Morehead
(Ky.) 33
La. State 124, S. Western of
Memphis 33
Western Maryland 77, Catholic
Univ. 54
American Univ. 75, Baltimore 58
Western Carolina 95, Carsbn-
Newman 56
Sewanee (Tenn.) 70, Middle Ten-
nessee 60


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Tech 69
Fisk 84, Alabama A &f M 48
Georgetown (Ky.) 84, Be llaa
58 -6
Tennessee A & L 67, Hamptoea5
N. Carolina College 37, Tex. Sou. ,
therm 81 (overtime)
Missisppi Southern ", Spring-
hilt 75 \
Kentucky Wesleyan 100, Bethel
(Toen.) 71
Memphis State 70, Louisiana
Teeh 68
Elon 76, Lydahbarg 64
Jacksonville Navy 68, Georia
Tchrs. 66
SOUTHWEST
Austin 89, East Central State
(Okla.) 85
FAR WEST
Colorado 70, Utah State 06
San Diego Marltes 103, Texas
Western 17
Humbeldt State 688, Mt. VerSes
College 59
St. Mae's 72, Parks Air Feree
Oregon State Rooks 76, Univrasd
Motors (Honolulu) I62 .,
Sacramento State 52, S0eth4fr
Oregon Education 43
Hawaii 75, Pepperdine 13
Oregon Tech 75, Weber COIL,..
Fastern New 'Mexilo 51, Wsmm
State (Colo.) 42

Pro Cage Standings

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
(Eastern Division)
Won Lost Pet.
Syracuse.... .. .. 12 5 .9
Now York. .. ..... 11 7 .811
Boston .. ...... 10 7
Baltimore .... .. 5 13 MS
Philadelphia .... 4 15 .211
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Minneapolis, .. .. 16 5 .9U
Rochester .... .. 13 5 .'12
Fort Wayne .. .. 8 16 .444
Indianapolis..... 8 18 .381
Milwaukee .. .,' 14 .3X1


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Buries I AlEWSP& C O.t ^, I:
Riot Victimsl SavuflhttU iU flaf C,,l0e l.uc.k ..
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SABLANCA. Dec 10 ,UP,- into action. againt racketeer- C'mtlOn jla.r ..
Ths largest city in French No'th "Let the people know the truth and the countries sae" Abraham Lincoln. ins in the a orf Nw York toa ".... S: 'tes
Africa was in mourning todav ay s i nth. oSfNw tor -e .. .. .. "Btl
thousands attended funerals1or'''....""portAlbrts"', ""tor- "" wig-,
:he victims of andsattended worst c TWENT-EIG YEAR. PANAMA R. P., WEDNESDAY. DEOIgM B 10, 1953 Fml o sO Albert aU. n overlord of the Wallosr oe :
ens. reputed, overlord of the wal41lop _,4 lstel w..t-;.' q, .
bocashevd in the area for 30 waterfr t criminal. syndicate. ness t -f k m d
bears hd The atotion came as the New Joaeph .Anf tM thalrp-ro
Eight Europeans and at let ork ate rp Commiasson tione gth Ib'lifti. -tn th
o H historic Segregation Casend f va c
i0 Moruocans were killed Moiay aj he td l oeevz den that eecmiove os lh.e-
md 200 others seriously ini'einre#9r mihoreenre con- ed ri nle a
Athtiene o IH i S o I C S t trolled ttre hirinje and fi.ing ganl eon.. r-
Protectorate encouraged mass H i trale ieon New lc pierla. Eat r pra
i tendance at the funerals of As the" Crime Compi aion ...' ftL
the eight Frenchman, most of hearings into vice oh the wa- Among t ''
themteront movedinto their final nery bd b ro g-
and government offices for Joey. l5 5f.filed dena- gal .n i rT-
part of the fday. O pen e ore sMEUoreyupremUie r ourAe dtn-g gamb.ler..:'
Meatime civic group bombard- against An1astasP In federal al' ..
ed French officials with mes- WASHINGTON. Dec. 10 (UP) equal facilities were offered to read in a book?" asked Justice states, written on atate statute couat in Newark, N. N -. .;i
,ages and resolutions blamiln a A Negro attorney opened both races. Harold H. Burton. books and adjudicated by state The gov rIernent ask4 that i~e nht wmd
Equ e il opportun-Icourtsand by this Court," s r igu I. $t
them for allegedly allowmn no-historic arguments before the, Carter said the Topeka court'sI "Eual educational opportun- courts and by this court, Anastai a, minister fi l In A..
Lcrius political and racial 9i.tat- Supreme Court yesterday with decision was that "only physical ity does not stop with equal Frankfurter maintained. Murdr, Inc., be sent back to Italy. : .0e g'
or.i to organize violence. the declaration that race segre- facilities hcd, to be equal Dhysical facilities," Carter re-1 Carter clung to his point that his -aftlve Italy. Anastasla wa4 naed In eu A tuago ,e
TIpical was the telegram to nation in schools stamps Negro "It Is clear," he said, "that plied. the hight court never had ruled He wa the Ilth target o. .' .ng a.
Paconsume rom the federativeons wnchtudents as "an Inferior caste" the court had a great deal of! Juscle Stanley F. Reed then on the precise question of the Atty. Oen. James P. McGra- "'
consumers' representatives wnnand bars them from fulfilling confusing doubtt and perhaps asked: "Did the testimony on'statd's right to establish segre- nery's drive to oust hoodlums In-seekingto. ccitI p- i sat tht .
said: "The events were absonut-the American dream., even feqr In retching this con- racial. segregation in the lower gated schoolq.. and underworld figures from turaliatiph -. the' s ...dt t
I. foreseable. and followed the Robert L. Carter of New York, cluslo.." court deal with the emotional But he added that if the the countby.. charges that l. '-
liberty allowed to extrtiilts representing Negro parents. de-I and mental development of the court decides the Issue does rest The. dpper.little Anastasia Veal -sWlral 'ali at
prolokead brey base instictl.i cared that segregation in it-' Carter argued that in the child? Did it relate to his abil- on previous decisions, these de a- a.as belvbd to- be secluded in cr.in.inl 'sto. d. te tra .:you
raclim and religious fana self denies "equal educational 1896 ruling the Supreme Court ity to learn? cislons should be overruled, his $100,000 Italian-style villa for citt~ies hl. -t to ou
c m d French resi.en'- oin fort Lee, N. J., just across 'raf..... t t.f.,
Over 5000 troops. under tne opportunities" to his race. held that no state "can use | "The evidence," Carter re- Xo L J., just acroas ,.
co drace alone as a reason for plied, "went to the fact that ins E tthe ndson River from New The overn i. ld-he de- to .- own yr
general Gen Augustin Guil-1 The issue before the court segregation. Yet, he said, Kan- ;segregated schools, because of a.S Yrork city ied Bk o t 1 *ti;:. a t db
laun-.e, stood ready to smashrny I is one of the most explosive sas has admitted it does just the emotional impact, you are Last week hbe produced a though e. bee dvilt i em, work u you
resurgence of nationalist it- in American life the cons- that. 'not able to learn as. well as A l doctor's geRifcate saying he or ad ent to the th
In-. titutionality of the long- He pid tl-Kaas officials have you would in a- mixed school. Ral could 'not testify befire- the
Gaillaume. France's No. I standing doctrine of "separ- placed Negro children in a sep- o. .W l Crime Conthisson because of -- -
eunial warfare expert. Inspe- ate but equal" educational rate "category" in schools "Further, you are. barred r Korea an r back "suffered in . -
ed troopsrushedin afte r at t FA an ure. back sufferedd in
d tr s rushd in a e systems for Negroes a n d "solely on the bas of race and from learning to live and 1 U an au tom ile accident. J
dau' riots including detr- is tems -or-S'e...fficiaf c e AnatuSla said, however, he si hoive e f ac t U
et of Forein Legioris .whIes. color." Sat f concede. work in a mixed group so I M -
S t niht thishe said. that the edue ou, D 10 (UP--Tho would be "glad" tp testify 'as
flown in from Agadir laslniht. The court is hearing five sep- The state law J "fatally de-! is lower than It otherwise I. a., Navy .announced today so n u -'he had recovered.
He sa.*id: We will take a thnesarate cases, the first from Kan- fective," he said, "and on this would have been." ..nat fighter-bomber from US- .
carpagin ofm hatred and calls sas where segregation is per- ground alone should be- struck Carter was questioned closely carriers. i the Navy's biggest air
r campager., mitted in cities of more than down." He said It.1 Impossbhle by Justice Felix Frankfurter, raid of the Korean war, yester-
Tr 0Moroccans-. were killed ani 15,000. persons. for Negro children to *e "equal The attorney argued that thel day attacked lour major Corn- w W T
eight wounded n an outbreak The others are from South opportunity for education" un- Supreme Court does not need munlst rail centers close'to the -
e r t.wound t B.ni.Meal 1 r0 a'arolina, Virginia, Delaware and'der the Kansas law. Ito apply the "separate but dinerlan and Manchuriat fron- n '
miesr syothhst of here the District of Columbia. I Many of the attorneys crowd- equal" test to the pending case tiers. bure lS
-Mer oca nationalist repre- ed Into the chamber wore tra- that the issue now ,# entirely The raids sent Navy planes c|ui i a a a (ol) t
senta es at the United Nations Each raises the same ques- ditlonal formal clothes. Carter new, never passed -on previously farther north than any bombers Ie r n l sqrdrs
said more than 100 persons were tion: Does segregation In wore a plain oxford gray' busi- by the court. have been before during 1t2e .n ." .0ahi .j" f,
dled In Sunday's riots most of I schools violate the Constitu- ness suit. 'Frankfurter said segregation Korean, war, though photo .re- JER U 3 t. 10 ).-A o
ti em members of the Istiqlal in- I tion? When he resumed his argu- practices rest on a "large body conrliscance planes, have covl- 1-.Aguns .ndred oelr
d endent party. and that "npr- I ment the justices questioned him of opjaion" that mnilt be over-ere a the area. The Eastern andes tMbunse t o ;
locations aid arrests are 'en- Carter said it does. He said closely. turned -if the decision s to go of the. Kr6ar fronither lies con- th S el -
tinusng" segregation puts Negro children "Is it- your position that there to the Negro parents. ssicatbly -,tb. the north of he a
The Beni Mellal clash marred in "an inferior caste, lowers 1s a grea.v.'eal more to the. edu- "Weare dealing with a lopg- weAtan, orr ia Alley end. . Vte
an otherwise calm day in une.sv their level of aspiration and In- national process than what you established historic ractice by Bome of the- raiders swpt as The s ate to the late-
FPench North Africa. stills feelings of. inferiority." close as 15 miles to the-Alr ian Theasc n rsio to the "at"eaD
eA dusk hto dawn curfew WAa Hours before the attorney- '_____ border. of ls tt.n .th : ..
lifted in Tunis as relative cal started his argument every seat Fighter bombersftomthe car firt Odato n
returned th re in the marble-columned cham-I r rfe seot.Hes fe o Rome B." 1.
returned thre. paae t Cges son H e, Uh-i -im
Arab workers who closed down ber was filled. Several hundred l ard-and OrIpny of tak .force I On o a pc
t. pAort of Tangier In a gen ral wated outside. rda blasted Iuiyani t e .
st 'ke yesterday were back at The Supreme Court's deci-i ',he Turen R iver, theb I Vifl-bSd '
wrk sion., which will not come for brtherly point so far.htt Ina a'~IRIi'e a ttfs r hed -bt
The new Incident, first serio- several weeks, could have -farv Korb n air ait and three *o:ar Unaa tr es frm .e
us clash outside the capital, reaching affects. target. .a. Srt i Ah .
startsd when "several score"Panthers, Skyraider and 00' id' OvW as, high- -d,
4at.e eaored outsirdeothe South Carolina last month salts flyen from trthree caUloovfrd
voted to repeal a provision of riers tiew 2 oe bla.
Moroccan senateneed to 15 days the state constitution requir- key Junctions in anmo a b k rded, black- ,
for "gross Insult ad5 violence." ing free public schools in case against the Reds' tranasort-a usrdal bounced the .
The mob threw stones at Dolice the high court outlaws segre- tion system, *l ra lgatounced the eUSrM 4o a
who tried to disperse them. gation.One CorSair Wa lost In the dtJ bIdUihg wt:% te a w -f ra.
The mob later became o raids. The p.lqt ,ditched th#brs s I ti., fraud '.ki -..1,1'-
mtnacing the police opened fire Carter spoke slowly In moder- plane off North .Korea and wasu -o.ofars ra's .-.
in self-defense, ate tones. His clear voice filled kicked up by. a bei"ter from" tidlt inal Hebraic
Though "Goumlers" of the the hushed chamber, cruiserr Le es. fllouc great.
French colonial army arrived to "We abandon any claim of Soon after thd-e Nav raid, US *.het.-
vatiol the town after a police- constitutional Inequality ex- Air Force Superforti last night WPredtn t 9 after the new V t,
man of the ultan's armed con- cptfor segregation selff" he droned to within five miles of Prepldent had s"pe a formal availatlhi
stsbulary was injured seriously said. 'the Manchurian border to bomb J
by a flying stone. Carter conceded there is "no an Industrial area at YongpongS. t fal the bth of fflee, the blue
material difference" In the phy- The Superforts met hean A ilver wulvedentlal bozer J? Ato ane
sical facilities and teacher qual- antiaircraft fir.. pow er iar w ..f )n .b itO standardd. "
S, ifications between Negro and searchlights and Red night and the 1-9= salute boomed
white schools in Topeka, Kan. : fighters as they gwept over te yer ep*-chof
SCarter, assistant special coun- important target ....itd v's speech of as
sel for the.National Association On the ground the nre frt ad the prime tasks -
S for the Advancement of Colored was relatively Qulet. 'in mtiN P were, incre--s-
People, represents Negro parents The attack at.-Hunying was ei..M.3"6 ishome-
1201 ~in Topeka who sued to get their the firat agalht the IWO a in -tP and reoperving t
children admitted to white port of entry for the M .Jor east b th a the country
S schools. coast rail line conMne ..f
A special three-judge court in churlan and Russan *-'Hpay
S Topeka found that segregation bases. The pilots reportedt ..t
.did retard the scholastic pro- entire area was muihbrooam -l
gress of Negro children. But the with thick black amoke aftei ian
court ruled against the Negro 1 .4 .rald e re ", .- n- .
parents.- ----', ..... The carrier '*lnes ran Ibto
The lowerucourt's roas ng'F rgotte fighter opposition durinjgUw
was that under a Supreme I ar Rages--3Jteir surprise asul. -
Make checks payable to Cra- Court decision handed down in The Navy said all lines wer!
Freedom Chase Na- 1896 there was no choice but Often overshadowed by news from the Korean front, the long', pai buldndsA, two i tllN -
Bank. Balboa Branch. to approve the school system if grim battle continues between French Vietnam forces, and the and 30 boxoars were, iAU'VjQR flet $0 (tP)~) -
Communist Vietainh troops in Ftench Indochina. A wounded No details were announced at 'te' 4 'W ..'Z tribes- -
Vietnam soldier, abote, receives emergency treatment from a Red the attack on flfIn, which h.9 4hah
Cross field worker, alter being wounded in an engagement with beeq blasted f i by Air Fres "- --
the enemy during a raid on enemy supply lines near Phu Doaas bomrpn.. .' lStO* Ih. TF oe s.ched -
Below. stocks of captured Vietminh weapons are viewed by Freno am ulahl wn AUw-hat
paratroopers, Who participated in the raid. hat 1951-been r blgra"
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