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The Panama American
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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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00230
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May Star Esletr; New Wave Of Terror

SI -. *, Sweeps Casablanca;

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us in heldh Koles Arabs Plan Death Raids US-Raters Chance

A new wave of terror swept the the number of Moroccans who
erma- European nector-of this city to- sleep under eaves and In door- t
day amid reports that Moroccan ways.
nationalists are organizing small Underground presses-here were w
M "rou to pneak into the sector doing a rush job today of repro-
et and kill as many.policemen, sol- ducing the Mufti of Jerusalem's- 0 -
diedr and resident s as they can. call for an Arab Holy War a.
ssy i'According to-the police, plans against France. Action on the wholesale firing of Motor Transpor~.
y elculating among the Jrabs Meantime French authorities t .
reanle from ",Holy War" against tightened security measures ion Division ..-rate chauffeurs, announced in y
eF therench to a complete change throughout Morocco to prevent py's The Panam6 American, has been deffered by wt
M-t of of tacties by small groups engag- new disturbances....bd
hange, edMin assassination. The Mufti and other orators ernor eybold.
rtuaent One incident today that would in Cairo yesterday called for a The governor, who returned from Washington
ft the . . .. seem secondary indicates that Jihad iHoly Warn to support the yesterday morning, announced he was defer & L .
Ni- '4 " t a the. calm which exists today is Arabs of France's North African yy morning, announced he was deferring he
a "PURGE PARADE?" aia(left) a 0 only apparent. protectorates in their struggle mination action until such time as the men have a 9t
.. ag.E? ADritol"Um ulla Field type roles for independence, and toavenge t the o
motnr prge, edipo tma star Isler (right)* In Meknes, an inland town 12 alleged French "atrocities." rtunity of transferring to other work of equi
ea .- milts southet of here. a Moor All available French troops salary.
P l ieA inj le Worker- S s.. ..W do n rtmptedat ok ehn.n ealebh A total of 29 "corral" drivers received terminate
SO was arrested:he said he was~t t- es fom France's tough notices yesterday with the effective date to be Janu r:
S he h F n "according. to the w .f arm todatheringedpat 17. At the time it was revealed that they were to be
SI r A new tlecle consists at- c e of Morocco, while heavily placed by local raters according to a "new policy" o
irbi P taut tacks by fe oV" ve Arans n rd patrols scouted the Canal Company.
a- ai*t long policemen or farm-streets.
--- ar r .... ,:....ers. Thisa eems to be the answer Moroccan court here yes The governor confirmed last Motor Transportation D
ri, namanian, to the callge of the "large ay sentenced 17 Arabs to one night that the Copnpany's policy heads said only 16 U.
~ oenm .6is a r.t anto To armed continents used Monda prison terms for d isemon t replace U.S.-raters with lo- drivers in the "specialist"
S ft S 'elpnigoto.ft be- to put dwnthdne riot in which- strating Thursday against the ral raters in semi-skilled cate- operators of truck crane,-
4l fion;,tid PmtoalmLD*-n Moors w-ere killed and 200 in- French government in this tense porles wherever feasible. He said tor, furniture van, tank
f staett, of t.heAh Air jured ad sycithere were "a few" Jobs, apart etc.) were to be.retaiaed
a, towtforI G Oovernment authorities an- from the corral e auffeurs, that corral rolls.
whowet t ;tho he ee n hn a taof 10 ons we being considered in this -r
,-. b jt,0 iae the P k i ft ThursdayS ,, .Ie th2- ,
hav arf .y a ast. R 1 h5 the number Jailed since he added. "none will be were to be
can Zne receive ou hed thebomes endss are afraid oy rioting swept Morocco raters) have n opportunity of
L u g nha atoe a T lea. Zoing back to their homes in the Monday raters) have n opportunity
Ph e ew Te accident happened ab*t Arab sector and view with the A tense ie prevailed here transferring to another ob of The governor, in
n- Ama dh.. &&^V *Sew 9Aesios aTat prevailed heretrneigoao o of T he g r ina
S g h 9 am. yesterdayThe rescue r- yesterday, te Moslem Sabbath, eauilvalent salary or grade." merit, said: "I am def
craft took. off at 1:45 p4., as Moroccans went silently aboution on the transfer or
p u hi-r ai d shortlyafterreceivingte Questions their work or prayed in the Officials had said earlier yes- ti cainfor untin I ha
M Cewl Zone ndetec inY call .tmosues for their dead, terday that every effort was to rechue unlI n..
on rilAprilw taken :he R S .UseTroops and police stood at ev- be made to place the U.S.-raters suredthat theasemen hb
to- e oth a tpney ter from LrPalma to an y strattglc point as part of the given termination notices else- orb ^ qu alen
f a t had ahown up- tone.es- on Ry Island, one of the Fa Of UNr Vetoench policy of maintaining where within the Company but jo of equivaent salary. .
- h nt. Island. There he Wa peace with an iron fist. ,id not Indicate that any such
'Emil *l red to an Albatross a hci 11 GGen. A d g u s t I n Guillaume, inb. were available.
The- raid of the ag'a head- which landed him at AllBtOOk:A UNITED NATIONS. N.Y., Dec. French resident general, an-M nill K
n" of quarters in the notorious under- 5 p. ... 13 (UP) he United states nounced he would fly to Paris
won world habitat behtld fe. Na- In the helicopter and the A# accused IAt1 today of haf "In .fthe next few days" to report Resort Hotel Fire 000 lfar
ok i ti le olly- batr he was attendedby Al- stringing the United Nations on a. meeting of the protector-
wof- od toea the cipture-o4f brook'S Flight Surgeon W1t1 4 through the legal use of the ate's government council. H S M ine TOWn Fr 9 E W b
Oto W*rihtMael HOopes. veto power and called for a ape- Th session ended with a ra- in F Om 9h l
beot r^ ? ^ ^ --.-bl- -.- cial committee to study the dio appeal from Guillaume and Millin
uior- .a -n 1 Minister f lays rhole problem of admitting new sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben o LONO, ec 1 -
S.. namano n. MiniSTer yS member nations. Youssef to Moroccans to keep or- LONDON, Dec. 13 (UP).-Tqm-
gates der. ROCKLAND, Maine, Sept. 13 my Manville's ninth ex-wfle oapT .
the WhentieAmer.canW GiftOf Toy- n Sen. Alexander Wiley R-Wis), Those arrested included 26 (UPJ- Investigators rummaged tided today that she has h6
Chi- with them jumped up. fl-vi l ranking Republican member of leaders of the Istiqlal independ- through the charred ruins of a him a statue of Venus that,
es- into the blues. P- I rl e na S the Senate F ro Affairs com- ence group and 12 Communist resort hotel here today to seek up inside and a $2,000gold
wer lives held their fire be #ter rf'ttee, warned against "hasty or leaders, the cause of a general alarm fire for Christmas, even theot ri
iWattack ftgurad that be -.,. ii i LONDON, Dec. 13 (UP) ill-considered action" on the The 12 Communists landed in which caused an estimated $i,- are divorced.
,terl- asod th border in* al A Congregationallat minister membership problem. Pari yesterday in a heavily OCO.00 damage. -There also will be a paiat"t.
. that Zonetritor criticized the royal family to- guaed military plane. Flames broke out and soon of Mrs. Manville. specially
o-b- ei area day for giving a toy gun re- He said any such move might Authorities hinted that all but swept six blocks through the in "a sort of spy outfit,
si ele- A search' of-te area aroud cently to 4-year-old Prince have "unfortunate results." 230 of the oLtier Moroccans un- downtown area before it was velvet and black fox," she L
a- the .tmlhntMdoW.t. iak the harled, heir to the Brtish Wiley added that the United dei arrest would be released.' brought under control. The former Anita Frat-
%or HoUyt snttow f1 l throne States favored the Latin Ameri- French authorities meanwhile Guests were evacuated safely Roddy Eden got a Mexlca -11
eoeo lthe ralo~ rodupA a162 of thIL -The Rev. Hubert Oliver wate ean proposal to set up a special moved in additional troops to from bfln the Rockland and the vorce from the playboy
5de- 50-ent nd l2-cent coln-thS In-a church magazine: "The 15-member Committee to study bat.and Meknes as well as Ca- Bav View Hotels. asbestos heir last Augus
&ed in rin had been-passing In P p royal family usually sets us the 'membership deadlock be- sablapea and sent planes to At least 13 business establish- a month of married life.
p -a ma City during the last t ube ba a grand example, but I tween now and the next session ascutfor signs of possible gath- ments were also vtined, but no about to leave for home..
' months. s m aoned by this gift." of the General Assembly. erings. serious injuries were reported. European tour.

'I Saw the Oath Against the Mau Mau'

Eye-Witness LFU IWitch Doctor Best Weapon Against Terrorists
.-- .. crowd gasps a long "aleeeee, flight, an arrow the Kikuyu be-
aleeeee." it Is a gasp of horror lieve will keel soaring in search
By DUDLUT A. LWKINS and expectation, for in the b4g of the heart of any man who
S NEA Sp rpdt V is the Thenge Stone. disobeys-wherever hbe may be,
Only one man in the trib can today, tomorrow, or in 20 years.
NAlROBI, Kenya, Dec. 13 (NSA)r-I aw the oath against the touch that stone and live. He is Seven is the Klkuyu sacred
Mau Md. the man who carries It. His number, and seven times the
I pm one of the few Ustpewuas- privileged to have seen sach father was keeper of the stone oath is repeated. Seven times the
a cet .thotA:.doctors now have Jov- before him, and his father be- witch doctor's shriek echoes over
ernmemt bil .f.* AL.gedread terrorists, 1 fore that. the jungle where elephants
stimJl l the nt art. Squa en hisaumbhes, the browsed and leopards stirred
r .2 'oe keeper zh the.w* sto i a from their siesta. -
Ther are a ome ana- of the trif 1 hrsmeweui of takls, and the There are oaths to prevent the
wl a.ed ald an educate. ID witsh doctor. Sefle "New we telling of.lies, against attacking
bo-th, W4. ielOllths S W- W l start. ame a.I 6 you with police, and finally against con-
Over l go to.. Man Man dee your "hearts tact with Mau' Mau, "the evil
Lthe f natiws a ll suffW" animal in our midst."
as.t .t .. mLU :s"--. an..-. ) rage- In the-ta row& of the crowd. Now the giant Caliban takes
a b amm inA jftimubis th sh ut-: "Ma Mau Mau

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awly, rui or te shelter of fall to the ground like this from
the foreTlkc burner ones stay, this curse.' And he dashes the
although t yr be Man Mau sticks away from him In a scat-
spls i t S tering confusion.
... That long "atieeeee, aleeeee,
DonB-nlfl weed "An ajba4m ah doc- again,. and then silence. The
tor ahit i Wt a ,th., It is a oath Is over.
eure nma'm tf V disobey their On this afternoon, the Mau
pemts, _ih -la Mau de- Mau has been expunged from
hIands oe:ly -to its the hearts of 300 Africans. There
Srs are 300 more now willing to help
ven t chatterig away the battle a little on the
In the area- side f law and order.
lenced Y oto's Bt there are also 30 uneasy
i he minds who knew the Mau Man
the hale will seek reverse, triknag tn the
tight with raora-sharp pangas.
S"If ayfleth and tatt at least six will meet
-a dth In the next few weeks as a
ro teatod to others who may face
t hL : SIL t Stone to efy the
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by Its keeper, the witch doctOr's assistant. For as a.m
toueh the saered stone means death. Like with doetv, lIs ,.F
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Stud0 f he Free Zone

which will betaken n the a- nimum. Here, too, the Fr a e control over his eqinimotes tonal Bpect 6 the attierf
rea of destination. Inaeed such Zone will lend it-elf to the so- until payment baa bee a volvi ales promotionAl tt-
o Free Zone check point may lution of the dilemma. ranged and yet start mov ,etier o uWehgts
r3il/ ri O ernnnremove thia "mustome-payment- them to a place which is..in moJ .Bellin a l .o.ways -4.
(The following account of the C ol6n Free Zone, taken from Dun and ro t o inspection" hazard IX. Dealing With Delays sufficient proximity to d. oreationj-of I
3-radstreet's magazine "International Markets," was supplied to The Pan- completely. s pl tio i. ae a- e ne. i .to an
Sam American by Panam6 Businessman Roberto Eisenmann. The article by V,. Cl Warehous- HoW to reduce the time lag T OOON.' be too coustl
Lawyer Lovett is in two parts. The sec and part will be printed in this paper g F ilities. r te te las THE FREE ZONE O- COLON.- r afmad.laanO o
following publication in "International Markets.") arranging payment .-for goods, X. Sales Pr-onotion eCO MBo dsol rs tb
o button is a matter which often plagues le Thes tooin o t
Part I the parties to a contract. Of- While it Is Impossible to pre biltonf can be an 1 .
Where there ie several po- ten, the distributor cannot pay sent an exha tive catalo a t t comparaZT
h', S. NM. LOVETT, International Attorney tential markets, e ideal solu- for the good on arrival. To of all the potNble uses ei6.ata tL to
e a t tion calls for warehousing the resort to consignment ship- which such a softe can be *s a.d hake it pd-
/1 e A et a.go, it bec-one necessary for me to visit the Free Zone of Colon and to make product as centrally as pos- menlg may he hwae tor one-particularly where It flour-wno-
an nre nd f i organiaron, unction and potentialites. To make an adeqae ass.ible. Only an Incautious manu- reason or another, I.e. the ia- dishes under the benevolqt eye
t: ,r.udy efits irgaft~al, functiones and spotentsalmues. To make an adequze ases- lacturer would, simultaneous possibility of kegregating the of sound governmental policty-- While prospective
*,fii. it 1. s ntstir s to carefu/lv et aitate siuch aspects as location, functional ability, possibi- with the establishment of t h e manufacturer's goods. The ma- this analysis would be remiss will often travel co0zduble
lt)y, of gr.u it. f eder service, labor avrailabday, governmental attitude and the experience of agency, ship AL the merchan- nufacturer may wish to retain. if it did not refer to an addl- distances to se exhibit r- XI. anuf
t se he hopes to sell during the -P M ag a zine F e a tur e
tnthse i,,rn,.n .,n.d iber companies prentily engaged in various phases of Free-Zone activity. life of that agency agreement, ..e
I/ /../ t/.t .., r,-amg /h, Fr.e Zone, the go.'ernnnt,,al of Panamd has taken con- to the area in question. To do Mai Fe t be ., me
crC ,l.'/irni:u Lhp1 he/Np aiulioratie a trend in international commerce which has been a country where sales expec- ind .z -ear.ures att nm w
t jc ,. o. 0/ mr, ciOiCrn di,r ng the past several years. In all fairness, however, it should tancy might not materialize. '
Moreoverit wouldinvolve td- ,a l a a C o n servttom
al >, he pind r'~.tl tha! clarhiiuiriI was needed on several aspects of the Panamanian law ding the cost of transportation r, I .t
V -A,.. Ct.tt the FrItL Z .9m Ti-, conclusions reachedd by m y, surrey,. and the clarification ob- ana insurance to the original Iln do y o aeroe -
|tht I tshocost of the sttgoods. Additionally, M alo P Conservao or
Those of us who have beenlject of the Free Zone of Col- contributions when the matters ioan unwisromthe pontrat o view children. alOb the pathways of -at1t1 fl ah t1
Those ofom use whon- h beje oil, lasahP.y
following the situation have on should be broken down in- of pricing and costs are con- of sale elsewhere. Again, should The story of Pa artistic ai .thout a
been aware of the hardening to the following questions and sidered. Because of the comrn- the goods have style appeal, The sto of Pama' National Conservatory of usi through Pri sdents should g he ed p
of the arteries of commerce their answers: paratively high value placed t lathe esye of its director, AIfredode t. f ar as the lea be Pritaht tode patn cho at aborco
through the greater and great- 1. What are some of the upon the dollar as distinguish- foundation for a future need to the Decem er avo t be and troup PlnK In ch
er. accentuation of sovereign needs of international corn- ed from that of other curren- 'dump'-.atyles having changed. The der and director ofS
rights of nations D e s p it e merce which can be served by cles, interest in goods manu styles havg changed e aeomplhed In his native Panalty l mmunty interest cal ed into there e f
S contles international con- a Free Zone fractured In non-dollar coun- N ot to ship antry goods to threduce was awakened. Whe som ty Interest cal harmony aqure an
since World War II at which the potential to adequately world markets. The achieve- tat e bara C. Holbrook, who lled te rary sta h lhome o lor
sineae 'csuotanttdelaysninnew cope with these needs? ment ome economies anywhere postiano of aithe The jatn American last springI's4UCmni (or
-opert ofa economies anywhere chandise or because of this ream act, m 1"M1a
a roaches have been sought. 3. How is the Free Zone of along the line, becomes a mat- need for splt shipments to Visitors to my homeland Pa- ward mu sical an cultutal-vti- e IITu 6 to
S grams laid out, steps re-Colon in fact dealing with Ler of greater importance to complete orders. Shien tio 0 ios f stp Choa C faAtd edlaln with tr of
commende% and agreements these matters? the American exporter than tocklog of mer uchandise could the oorld. s we call It mtea. o w should o bt te
solemnly srgnd, governmental Since the answer to the quea ever before. lpoather ofi- prove costly. It could also prove sometimes ak. why I gave up Musk was not'' taught In the Pan0zar of uluOt', it*-. l leto ,
Interference vRh the free flow ry posed by question "2T above lcan goods are l detriment in the development an active career ai a concert public wasl at leaut on the ofl'.iPt cOnitttOf Qt^- -W-4. -.i1fti
continued almost without in- th. analysis will proceed by condition, even assmin that e en obsrity, they consider t. phonc orhetr o ym-land, to th If
terruption Regulations and combining "1" and "2." Thus their d dollar P tonb would the two lies the proper path to The answer I give them may brin the ublac odderts of the ofthe h entl a I tkO. ,
laws even though of obviously combined, the question becomes: make this possible. Any addi- be followed help other mausicans who would m aa em ob le Ttk" of th
temporary benefit, have been What are some of the needs tional fluctuation in the values like to contribute personally h traditional Pamalan atudal 50 cents for te oee
enacted as if each country of international c o m m e r c e of currencies, might easily Where, therefore, for sound toward greater appreciation of rhythms of the ta irtno, h eral tr niW
were living in a monetary which can be served by the make an even superior Amerl- considerations, the product serious musc in their omr em and' tht mnbjoran, A tths tep In holtfl i iPao f11dt
Vacuum. n Fee Zone of Colon? can product an undesirable aonnot be housed in the mar- community, s t it' commun,,t the roa a IAt i
Commodity shortages, dollar purchase the disparity In ket itself, it becomes import- Nowadays instead of laying folk lore, my fedllw eitflens tun dertdtel. nlt t thed
starvation, post-war disloca- I. Proximity to the value being more than over- ant to bring the product as Lalo's Symlhonie Espagnole" on knew ad aside from tha ing thea 'mt or n h
lions and emergencies, as well come by the difference in close to the market-as possible. the world's ancert stagea, Latin Amerlean dans tunes, cast Mole gfl Pi pr.Hdttion or asmbly =In
t'e all contri b a warehoosing, thfndre muyself with a hd Pol now chh ar n = mr.O- the r A
hate aos contributed toward a the consumer. in an international sense, ma- i'nd one financial and admin- great music, and nS .-.linfry- Monser lttorym XII r estetn HeaL
panic. Economic and social prime need if profits are to Where a ptodbct Is con- ny cner a t ons must a~r.t .nr Conservatory begnn aer st d.A tues,

r h e e ooluh n rn h o e*T asks asre, direcgntior f m wpere T br.
reacted to heighten the eco- from the sale of the product the difference between a mar- considered. -n he: W" *wyn vitooienhins the isr2d jo o Ir ..ana, idn" io .l
rb icp aned social manifestar- manufactured. If the merchan- ket or none. Bulk shipments :'e -' nbe Ore-m us en a Aineoene As lfso t heaPr antogid hnin of anm kit ha on
tious. In the field of world dse is not available to the will help reduce osns. Bulk A. There may be need forto ut- re n exerice -nlfi aneds tl hio t
co erce. goverments tant mfareth wend The onserb pre- e shipmnts aoilainlib the Free Ipc iboue rv ices ile.sfreeio n ofa -can pe &W
have been wearing nationalis- quires it. it may abort arpos- ope can therb-e unpacked cites, accessibility to stated ghestions toj ohom mu- e i s t n
ttr blinders have been commit- sible sale. put inthe- 'cone itnes, re- means of traportatio, or to as I do that success and -nttetleou.-and te gmove a
tuin ternational blunders. To plan proximity t the fined, purified, prcesed blend- special warehousing require- claimrle areve, he ot bthe m'uiclantan pr osfl n e ,n m.I -
thole manfcrtuers, doeistrb warket is one thing t l ede m erodents not rbeey onuued b t e o e butthe ch 0al otor wth
trs anted to merchants have achieve it quite anther ManY ingredients r ompnent arts umer area. Nt nly e a n Oin"et:re a dntsin evn lrater pse.. &'
a teredo the chief sufferers, of countries, plagued by ots.ar -rwith an overall saving pm these be obtained in arrang- career of Service to the public. ...i ,
e orae, have been the consure- stringency, will not ipe rni mr ch ll ay be more than sig- lk g for the erectiona or tePd To be sure, recognition, o h aw a id tua hic offirnau n
In bte the various world mar- porters to purchase substantial mhcant. q h. .. Qn: warehouse fl .n. lis on hhe l f i. im t tar .a e sani . t
mke s The latter do not con- quantities of goods even though We cannot wonder the e but the cost o iwarvOUS- crusade e enhance apprieato dy dn of il0 o inaSt h e a t m
quioth eeandCinsurresane Ihct.ae its, may a ackin y fhis c onu- arou t tnd -ne d for. wa
at ute the mwosnt vociferous the need Is demonstrable. Ins- ter of bulk shipments without n;e aandn insaupne d ae cgoveertn enhnca app e ao dwell- l. 1eeo. eti
grup affected by world trad-ort licensing regulations are a glance at theo difference In thereto are otatOr o tbe oteaiat are tta tmed s ,ome menl- roqub d r-to .U fYesisu p a,
Sconditions, but they do designed to curb large quant-rates over an annual period comparable to those ecoun-re of renown, his voice sl $.pcludoin a teiway; vioas t, .r y ,tot.
co statute the "end of the line" ty importations even though (the manufacturer's use of the tered In the United States. usually heeded. H. Is. at last, '.o cnls and a number oi It snr s eS n h e
sc0 far as the effect of all the end result of a "dribs tree Zone's facilities mk- nntt o n e. r a prophen wifth onor ian hi a
othse impinging factors are and drabs" policy will even- ing it possible to resort to car- B. Is the sales area on the own country. wr voo ected iatoe m uam o .vie.t ero et s-.t pe.
bttiy o i ctaexaer ofsrvie to the public
concerned. Manufacturers, dis- tually total what the original load shipments) can easily spell Atlantic or the Pacific side? t oi t
t tutors, merchants and con- application for the license had out the difference between red The manufacturer may k ntpw Such a musician can, I be- On the same trip I alma re Wproved in ta y sflt, -p t-. AOln4 btusineM bankt.
g e techibsfed 0 01 ro tween thouveral savin %f Te he ure, theogitias ruited three ..Frie vnation an &-Ia 'Wthe ,
sd uners alike, will applaud the requested and hike the price or black figures on a balance a X thousand unit of hi le, help re the cultural dut theoer, eb- .
role whichtheFree one upward In the proce sheet. product will e consumed by level of his community by uc professors- and anam
Scaculted to play. In order to make the prod- half a dozen countries. He may measures as ornzing a music t onal ConservatorY, thtus got 0: m o record rjjjj I-a
SThe constructive measures ct available, it must be trans- !. Assembly Worke know that the Canal is the nor- conservatory we one is lacf- todaa start in 19
takenbythe Panama Govern- Ported. In the United States etol route to reach these ohhi- inig, eniouWralt h music training T weta o anIB soi-. erdi*
meant which led to the crea- we have been confronted with We are all familiar with the tries. He may NOT know which for al children n the p ryeah tof whom par an anna 9 a t two a mn's Cuum
dtiore of the Free Zone of Col- the recurring phenomenon term "knocked down." Suppose country wl make the largest schools, and oamp ing for o e of ,tan gn o s Vs.GsA Ai
on, indicate forward thinking called a "shipping strike." In- that the consumer's cou try demands in a projected ol t broadcasts I- I"n to a staff of SU1f te S,
o rm rcountry projectedpoc sfrnnn- .ousc such well-knowag nlo.l i r, l. ion"
available th o thosee engaged In le on on this theme, not so labor to assemble the Sm r ut with a product which has as "sound and f tte s
S ts bmies gi fatcr ar and dmare bn fit w ill een untee aari- des sl not l provides th ocary a. Os hee mayes be cnherisqe -of Al om'
wrld trade it they would but n a which was as para- on arrival. To ship the product yet been unteted salewie but ualy adults e er mr compost a t ,, s
Ssek therouts ad con alcalt was helcenatseh, from the factory completely as-rwhch he m s meraykn o w Su ic can.lI On the Czh tripst also rte- ay lteat n. -..5
s a preliminary, it should bWhile the union loudly pro- sembled, would add a consider-market receptivity. All of these l ca ile to these cunuslon ( ie Czech panet, ad I .
sbae Meout will d a asitin o statoy me es wiii rtai a ll obt n ally ile trO lsener. c s o boa, a =I
Sbestated that th e following claimed that there was no able financial burden to th theo mt and by lf eon hre t in g teir o meyas ro fo teacher. D atc "2imf.i t A
activities are permitted within "strike," factional a c tI v i y pricing structure. If an interim the subject of centrall ware- ta to aft i ,l 3 "te a chJer.. Co serviastor-- oSn i 3t
Sthe confines of the Free Zone: amongst workers precluded the date point could be established hous" It is mPossible to tournt t le r a
.-, goods can be movement of goods. To plan to the end that it be possible to conceive of a country m ore icStats and central and o Amr steart Imbln e 10w1 "
a. brdught in an advertising camp ign, e achieve some shipping econo states ically situatedet o r ot f Am erica. Au th nearbiasy wel5 fitS %-.'Q
eb i stored gage in all sorts of sales pro- my (ie., If the distance e ties which present greater Serous muilc wa both ny near b P atS QAbtIM(
S e motonal activities, overcome teen the shipper and the ul pote o ntial utiiy, than the re vocation and avocation, but as well as
d. paced mhe d tiIntiate "consumer i 5,000 miles, Zone located n pianamA. all I heardpIn- Panama was a oths erof s Latin'
,e. u in tn containers the obtainment of impornt It- U 3,000 of them could be covered d .
a- iotsbe and a benefit ats red, ae eotere a- nt provide the knecked y O e mnd be During the years I hn been should -
Sm p ai aabsent on co 7rt tours, trying schools
athn fn that thee podut can- beun ati ned w h R, .
,.assrmblefldn ey il down) a desirable result would besunt 0d am of ic- learn of t
worlned rye p nitn t a cil the sbuc and- bge atta Ce s- to bring great Totfl.e to others, thir grad arese "**nawiai bu -"l -S
e. orim oue t move outothe asie h bfitf would be fur wther t I mot y wlinea ceni l- ad. bee t voean hnotw toser@ mi.r1,p.c -- *
pur ifred States to the market intended, increased if the assembly work t'The All of t eeGme s o of -m c- ioitts [e (p -u t. ind. su.w Ue. '..
..ltered nb otirritating and ex- could be done by hald p which is These may properly motivate had received ho t a, w ..'
1. manufactured. pensive, cheaper in cost than that in thehe manufacturer's decision to f training am mytuti found- It Is.: S
posible operations can be per- itermediate between the man- .irer produes the product -nl- type of package and the kind Dr. NarcLiso 11- --- had closedastndeo.t 'A -, .

sldby the Free Zone of Cal- selected by a consumer va t .....uc.a.nsecint.y.i.;e

ashill be qxampt t alltimes the distributor may be unwll: may C greater bared fro VIIi. Retention Own-
Sthe ent of taxes, g to or be governmentally "Customs Payment Prior
ues and other impost, na- precluded from, establishing a the shipper. ersship and CO6.
tonal, provinoL, municipal or urge pool of parts in order to
of any other id. including service the product in the po- V' "Customs Payment. trol
consularr fees, both with respect tential sales area.
of the tree one, goodswtll re
to introduction of the mer- This problem can become Pct o f" the Fro n he, ntorumetitre-
echandise as well as its storage doubly serious If the contract Hazard Mtinimied main under the owners o lp asd
there except for the payment between the manufacturer and control of the manufacturer
of rent for space, or of enarges his distributor relates to the Damaged or faulty mercht and yet be freely accessible to
for storage, safe keeping, stow- sales of a product on which dise presents another prob the market. -
age, cartage or other services the initial profit will be small, which relates to the payment
that may e performed within and where a larger, continuing of customs duties prior to the At this point, the attetin
Sthe areas of free commere in profit will result from the sale discovery of the pror to e At this poinagement, the attention
iaecordance with te regpilttouW of parts and services. All the the goods. Thus in another focfsedupon another ihl r-
MW tariffs b I the worn done. to createmonn
fnd tariffs o ube rc oed the work done to create market articles, the writer pointed out tant aspect of distrlbud
fires Zone of Coon- .wit the receptivity and cement good that a matter "which often vex. lationrap. On tile i be' -
val of the emotive Po-and incidentally the profit el- and distributor) araises out of manufrror %md 111 'l
SIt might also be helpful, in ement will vani as well) if, receipt bythe distbtor ofbt t er m i
la order to properly focus this in such eases, Positive mas is on which he has fronted withf a problem ofm-
to Dont out that the are not taken to insure ready paid the y aon whic there- has portanc with problem of to
S situated in the City of access to the market of the ater poes defective li many te dispotion of such th-
lan, adjacent to the Port manufacturer's own material. e the d tIbutoe c an tory a the distributor m ay
urlitobal. This laces It on renlaciments, etc. et at r a hv on an The a-
Atlantic term us of the All of these aspects of pro- da diL, feromav on hand. The tan N-
Canal channel of duet availability to the market oa ,SSW c 4eive a tutor may have determine six
roe which is becoming eaft be resolved In whole or itr the local custona ls. In or- contract will not be renewed.
important rather., than a large measure, if the loca- der to obtain msh reind ru cannot stop shippi o
so, as time promresses.4 In tion and facilities of the Free however, t go ma he trt b ip
latn to proximiy to the Zone Of Colon are integrated to be returned within a l m t fta aret the od w -
there are available the in business planning. time after their ty t romltng th pr iid In-
of the Panama Rail. count try." uch dIfficulties wil tetface with prbuoioam-
the Trans- tmian nigh- II. Pricing and Costs be cared for by creating an ad adettifi b crean an ad apr
0 The Free Zone Colon can Lion point In th, Free Zoe t products a o
analysis of the sub- make even more important pplemiint the utlm&te stq1hlmatsbu ...ta sIX a'
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SCotton Girrs Lof: Clothes, New Books
,. hs fP-" .. 7 3."521
S. G. od Living AndfHard Work T rye.
_-. ... .. ? w ar M : ture i the Gilbert Islands o k-

n M nileMEMPHIS, o(U)- Al i tssuri. nT1Med appearan ces and h bride i told
Dld:frt OSt n Y wld l= adleviyon. Wo Chose The Islands." by 1
.onel and M. Tqusl- tng better tan to spend Thr the maid, the ouArthur Grmble, one of the nevw
lotte Mr. and MS t y Cor month trailing all over manager and the secretary book added to the Canal Zone
ter thn world, wearing eads of climb abbard a plane, for their Ibrary shelves during the passt
STheater Guild hristms Part beautiful clothes and generally swing around the United States, week
IeP4,~" "M DMembers of the Th e & t er he good life. to rope, South America and he story covers the time pe-
SGuild are reminded of the That's what awaits the win- Canada. rod of the first World War when
| xChristman party to be held at nne of the 1953 maid of Cotton tn every city, a full schedule ir Arthur was stationed n the

Srent cotton-growing state wh h ma certain never to be he complete list of nebooks
. Te heaann o rnr nd rau of entdra btea il e m e I a tbert* and t liceInds. It i

t the ma n-.el. theatn th e w oo m8asta t here Dec. 2nt hare -"a n lo l the fm la d and b wle u and y
VIASundraylfrom:00htandrefr- es beauties already es dbtweand b personal adventure book of

/ad (-I menhol*da p wlMCj adT l0e lqi r t M-efr t eompe tinal yar l e oage takes six r hBet psn to oH e te 1 t eid t w 1
0Ws t e P. C e :aer ,belof Bea Vlal Swth .M .girls won't be from Dil- Ivn 1eM0op to carry all her armchair traveller or te. alnl
n oMoleTi.e ll t. otton-growing state, w ich mad is ce rain never to be ahnce tle

hlir~ b soeen tte din g the r-a rt fornd th wmn d n ad rem usto cdWa r ofot t fromia ite C lleti o fnd pso -
....ea ern" l P I rs h Anonoat ,s i orw I ma "what can I wear?"d lows.
atM.Ramod efo Migueit Chri o om f of er. Ater hesou rials or ut two shirt

Ms And .a n Rv Toledano, son ownday w ni ng gown an $. : to be t alew a newr ash to es n Fte Rel: We a kiled grandma the
Mr. W~. A. Van dl.len, Jr.. Graduatib Prorany Tpadey T se wnd omansual ouets Good look count in the con- the tmrip endo In gerphis (mystery) Brown; Catch a tiger n TH

.Superiytendent of tbplante Atlanticm UFall Cotol and e Pheldron MI lnhtest, to be sure, but baec t a. m ien -s ctery), Cameron; y rohisa,
Braeh, of the Lo-a' Dtayon, The Orarw vnted States, where Civic Council sta Salon of their woman in a dress just boutCallftton. Naturally, all her social Sciences: ocineyat: Pch

anf Mrs. Van 81clen were the the Fall potalon under the dl- Hotel El Panama. The dinner becompetien aglo weigh b eavlo Kennedy; The village. LaMic: e *TOW P
a bee bttendttet r the Uand held, Trtmesda, at :30 p.m.n n w i represent the cotton and Men at arms, Wauh.
aas party given by Mr and the Bella vsta Room if the A. W. C rmu~a Party 0 Industry oman her worlus to .re of cotton, from hat pinto:ts-

M Swrence Chaher at Hotel ElPanma.. Te I mern Wmens anhd ws Her whoe ago robm A M0eO, Calif. ( p verselle
their In Balboa. Mrs. Louisthe hlelbidays will be Club weI htM ft annual Christ dawn to dus pieces of l rstelu ocntest was claim d:

aLb Mr and Mr. lass. ents are request the Club. Headquarters G crowd oo people in this cop- e n cH tie
Uchrtd allson, Mr. and ake teserva tons bytelebhon- Shaler B el d. test, but the Judges do gnet I nt was designed to protect $1,- i I

Mr waAderon andM g 28- 0 glmp.e of the girls In 85,1512 in bnd and
nd M hn. T n. Patron for the eening will be e i o ly for her. After her travels I t two short trips the foreman's role n manage-
n Mr. MrJ Van 1 Si en Mr. and Mrs. Wiiam nd Des toteh l Prea The et nd, all those clothes are cut to 20 e eastern United States. ment. eard ine .
Eitro -oentuor latrand raonofs ioae deN" Sorns w b -cdwill sntleup tye the p e of the win Tie otOr dally grew un- Cr s The bigtop. BrSdna.D'S MOST

Ba t pary& gien by. M and tre Dea V RomfheCat tW home of Industr. B. A. "orrl tor T o
w da e wl Ro pnd the den, huse te779-A Taverlalll aan T t the eiind the irl why the time clock, are 1 he to Travel, Bay, t a

CherstU ho tindays a Miami, aLrie tPomorT lbtreeto Balboa. ttk tey would C i good Any disturban after busians
erint e wgilue l bnlded-hte gu spak v e nrdwl Thewi program will consist fbe ompetand answer impromptu hours wld set off a burlKabah: W

Msed bale datr, MirandMr. Lee dtradhtgduay Chr4: tmas plays: a rueadon about cotton. As soon daom notifying the aaatp pobte, si o
a oa t, .rrtudet of elma, A i mster play, a a nt George dedathe Jd this year an- the island, Grim :

RatdI in Rclohmrand; V a-ke ResrvS 10 LOns Tiby ep ada foe ply.. u choices gethr wa designedot$
s.ta, an d ptain M. enton member of- t -. a the inrlstl ia.c oynntaou M464hh.2h in basement -
Sad Mrs. Thoas G Cund their guests will b e complete wardrobe, modeling of the state cap n cities an pro r

son were. hosts at a. farewell IRCtn IiOtWU welcome. courses, visited to famous resmento.B
and Mrs. iVan Slen on Srlday Mr. inram. Christmasfor the finalsParty Tuesdayon the tour. The re ,. Harasz; Midcentur b co idm
eI-awere, p. anof .r guesmar- nd eV i s, she won a $1,00cottoneve-n maidtd. 1ot only the eward-duuurtey.eohirer.ibenfouhfw as rqeo f pvf"'Tm

tue.Chbers'an epor at aendoMr o T.elalMrn. sdt canall Ze RebekCgih MembtterrIs abdaerowh
W Ad Kra n.8,e Undwl aGustoen'el thsaes t :0boutp.thne., nn gd yellow Members rl rei a .te.

. wilspend thenTu tde out es-y btoverbiaeda by dially waited to attend the c
buperstMien h a ts measurement now o e~o made Chrlstmi o o eas a oper isParty to be given irna sis
oMi. a te ichard i e onT largtion program of In the Belsta Sal on of the ground, personality, po

dByaehof. the taD leasiLeeo U ditsow Ch ori B alboa Road.
. froigonor last.'even at reaction OTonaamwilbeWillbtg..rmembers are ide
k wll rw ty gffeb r a-an held, TUesda, at :30 p.m.'being t ne' will represent the cotton an

lo. Al emeorfetaCe.F VInt'st t NewYoeach child in a i ethe t
SPariven by.Andthe Be a oof t fheL A. lu 'Party industry on her worlbb tirr
waetano h astoel tal os and wib be on the -go fromdesateCaptlin(UP-

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Ca es c am r a ea n be The Inter-American Women's .. K E C I EF alsc. li '-
hio In Bal Mrs. Loue cHlebla l be Club wlodnttb Annual Christ-dawn to dusk. CoHIRl Ta .
Cr an d Mrs. o anats .' tariets m re requested to the Clul:ow MHeadquarters -tot. but jugesoet Itwasdsigned to protect $,-

UnrusI stil teMmayargber than preb ieteed by vE1. Fe.ORydl d t t Eent
InrihDali r an t Februart y t on *, prit glimpse of the ir in 8415,12 in b. and

,Mr an. a old Van BleMbaoek ent to t Lu M. ToWr SLACKS e
nd. (Xl tu-n a Partonm for the eienin will be Mo tb r of nt
deot..ove t gue of argroll Un- graph th eclpr, y-adnGroup- thetime of than Nationaltwo dacer- of direroof mlon m
tvermty ut drB fortA an. e d t judging here. In the f- t in ad thr the taorers of half-

CJtd at.eta i land, and a time star are ible around enmbia in punto ea chi n
A too-ltor..or can land the s"n. Then, s wilontha lat- d0ym800 p at judging, the girls inch steel plat .

In e ean's tle. er in August, te aronomer Kobbhe S l e Club.
T" m eaians too-a wt t a e . . Dar i- -co t e f e ti th ei
wanio f: w end t -ale e den, house 779-A Tavernfll nt t emaid- why they time

Fld they will be oin- The program will consist of and .answer impromptu hours Would set off a ur

b.-.hota a oas, a ao nl hte ; ormeo a' Ttai es at CtaY oaquecotn.soolicem ,
.1a, nRichmondS. l. en st.on, of nbs and a folk play.tCuneshchoieces tem'wwhirl beNins. fire4dearte '

andb wa tfart h to ear er of the Fist is to New York oaTh. vaut the cement
SA o or tar tn i r d,. theirguest wienomplet rdrobe, modelinEof the state Cpitol in r-

Ineeaths o ^tl angillea Abers of ^ $4NAM- -^ 40t.00 Mo year shopping convenlmeae we shall be opened dey Sunday; Deambor 3n
Swe r s. Thomta s: ThiB B -at-e invited to a .visit to famous re-mento.

on teel tins afri ht te oe the. mt Felow om e Wil al tr-

oheory I anygibnootog.E-s.n e a b n it g r ho
t.(P -MtU P)-Ouem e of Alberto ht- n d t a sereks o t n d edfiabes .__..A...m,
stnini gptheories about the. sun Odd FellowaM embersare I uA-

M.A d kn. Pttr .ca rsets, and a stare ay be-s rifed by din ally il ted to atpen 'r d et-
toor- -f albfa landmeatesunr.meten owk made 1oChristmasy : Party to be gv en
Mr.endM s. ofic e r n- uePotter otoni er I yobbe te 'vceClb. orial
l... l means wep buckf tur laKp..qw to tra-

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the a ino-evenig At ttv-e am-e-e sd ngpomemes Ba re:na.h-i
l -vo tgjackets, at overtalls, a. 'perotg. . .. o ftMie n_ ht y Htod t Pa. hi r fsi nd
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NEA Food and Markets Editor
The famed "roa.t beef of er loosely with waxed paper or
MerriceOld England served at the inner wrapper in which it
Christmas time, was a hand-ii- wrapped Keep the roast in
some standing rib roast. the the refrigerator arnd use it
king of all meats. So if yourwithin 5 to 8 days
budge can stand the straw Standing rib of beef roasts
choose this wonderful meat for are easy to prepare. Wipe the
your Christmas feast at home ;roast with a damp cloth or
Tak over with your meat paper towel, place it fat side
man the selection of your hol- up in a shallow, open pan and
iday roast Demand a roast roast inm a preheated slow ov-
starting from the twelfth rib, en 1325 degrees F.) until the
known in many markets as aithermometer indicates the
"first cut." This is the first degree of doneness you desire.
cut next to the oln or steak! Do not add water and do
section and contains the largest not cover the roast during t.ln ,P
portion of the tender, large cooking.
"eye' muscle Use a roast thermometer. An
Sour dealer probably sells internal temDerature of 140 de-
rib roasts at three different greej F. indicates a rare roast,
prices due to the difference in 160 degrees F., medium, and
section and contains the largest 170 degrees F.. a well-done .
'The "first' cut is the finest roas'. An 8-pound standing rib
rbast. Larger rib roasts, called roast will require about 3 hoirq
sixth and seventh ribs, are cut to reach the rare stage. 3 112 GIft watches for women include these unusual and handsome de- sapphires. Uie hour glass wate (lewer left bth watch
shoulder pot roasts and are the well-done stage. keythat'sready be filed to fit any lock. Leopard belt paperr frame. ee tch Is tted lower cent) inta o ld
less tender and usually lower I center) has reticule attached that's fitted with a pocket watch. For pencil for para or daesk ae. tFo te leen atr th.e' a( all-
lced. If yours is a very large roast wear after five is watch (upper right) with square platform crystal purpoen watch (lower right) with square dle high crystal lld
The center ribs often are (over 10 pounds) and you wish' one-half inch high held in place by tiers of yellow gold set with case in tgold wire work.ag
Oriced between the choice it to be rare, remove rit fromn -"
pm cut and that of the the oven just before it reaches
Sixth and seventh rib. 140h degrees F., for it will con-h BY GAILE DUGAS, watch designs, a quality jew- a in attachment to make it concealed in the top of the
Mthe adrseenth ri et top- tinuee ookin., for.bit afterits coi NEA Woman's Editor eled lever watch has an at- a lapel timepiece. old frame and ptrotected by a
a ety meat, well streaked removal fromn a the oven. attached key blank ready for fil- A precise nd tiny watch has raised cryasdt.
ith white or creamy fateAsk Traditional accompaniment NEW YORK As a Christ-h ing so that it will fit any pre- ibeet fittd..Ipto a solid old '.
for a toast that has been for roast beef is Yorkshire pud- mas gift for a woman, a watch 4cribcd lock. It may go Into pencil that's Ideal for handbag For tht temn-ager, there's a
ed for added tenderness and ding. Since this pudding cooks is bound to be treasured. And a handbag, or be attached to or desk.. This, obviously, i the watch sted th .aa
flavor.Have the short ribs re- at a very high temperature, this is true even if she owns a chain by the tiny link since right ugt for a g secetary, a ca- rom, and' party. wear. It has
.. f ,or a "short cut" roast. plan to remove the r ot from one atch now. the dial is w6ll protected by a reer wOMan. or. a traveler, a smart, eq.ae dial .
ev for a later meal for the the oven about 30 min tes be- "tCrsl.. -.-The reason for this is thatg-raised. -crystal.nwald, -. .n l r .
Smlly. Purchase at least a tw- fore ou lan to serve dinner. In recent years, clever design Then there's a unique, self- for aftO -flv wear ns a oneS anDt., a .a l ged cover. In gold.
m roast or 4 pounds of meat This permits the meat Juices has brought women's watchesI windin pocket watch that's minute supply of real and grille work It b.., in shott,
a roast... to "set" and makes carving into a class all their own, one slung in a Paris-desilgn leopard that pours from one end of everytbhing a girl could wat
eat, .nser in afto the re- ding, turn up the oven to 400 ion play equal parts. The swinging motion of .te re- er and than makes *a con.ver- ..l deain .-o
oval of the short ribs Un-I degrees F. and put the pudding A few years ago, unlatching ticule allows this watch to satton pieas a well aona. mb ap ..
roast at once and coy-'in for a 30-minute baking a door with a precision t'meA-wind itsel .s.te wearel piece It.can be: turo o a ..
roast- -. piece would have been out of IThe watch s can e __swIveL attaised th e itab.. e tiar S
the question. This year, It's on a ch a r4ye a ._res a.ir rsae. '. .? t. l
UT MILLETTreality. or in a nsuit pont; while, t.l y pasiing is.markjd i n d Is dark
RUT ILETyIs ... In one of the new Swiss cule slips off the belt ag l, accurately the dial that's blue leather.
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,eir example Ji important

A reader sends me a typewritten page of quotes from the
bok, "Should I Retire?" by George H. Preston, M. D.
Among them is this: "One of the most valuable legacies you
can leave your children is the memory and example of a happy,
(alm and Independent old age "
How about it, you older parents, have y'ou ever stopped to
think that the necessity for setting an admirable example for
your children doesn't end once they have left your home to make
homes of their own?
Has it ever occurred to you that whether or not your chil-
dren dread and fear growing old will depend to a large extent
on how you, their parents, meet and conquer the problem of
old age?
Have you ever admitted to yourself that your children, even
when they are grown, need to feel pride in their parents. The
knd of pride that is inspired by the parents' continuing interest
and enthusiasm for. life; by their spirit of independence; by
tir refusal to sit back and' expect, to live solely through their
; So how you meet the many, and often discouraging problems,
f the later years of life is of great importance to your children.
Not only because if you meet them with courage your chil-
Iren's lives are freer of strain and worry, but because you are
hewing them by your example that courage and independence
e belong exclusively to the younger years but can last a life-
Si Most parents try to set their children a good example when
the children are young.
But too many parents when they are grown older, act as
; though it is no longer Important to win their children'q re-
s pet and admiritiqn.
Yet there is no greater pride than the pride grown children
have in parents who continue to win their respect through the


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BY GAILE DUGAS their prettiest in antique sl k ColumN e gown (left) pnfi "" "-
NEA Woman's Editor taffeta, plain silk taffeta and by Patrib tIs. l tHaffeta Be Oed "
taffetized silk shantung .. n white.&M...lId in crys- tte
NEW YORK This year's tal, coral li r. arin
gay Christmas parties will be The great ball gow e floor-l from
adorned with girls in shining ly elaborate affairs are e -swathed h '
white. Holiday collections show slain or dramatically bo 4fant .A
white to be the predominant and often have gigantic fljor- Formal bdsut (right) .
color, a gleaming white that's length stoles. These ol- get David k
Iced with the sparkle of rhine- the luxury silk satlns, de pure sikM One-
rtones and the glitter of crys- sole or silk faille. bodice has res
talks. -s-e am
Evening dresses for the hol-
day whirl have the softer look. HELPFUL MINS
achieved in fabrics like pure
silk chiffon. There are skirts
that float as you dance and Don't let flimsy curtainsl
fall into graceful folds when blow over flames, sma
you stand still. Stoles are most ht bulbs, or kere
often attached and can be wen buying new c YOU
draped many ways for an equal might consider the
number of enchanting effects. ones made of spun
Bodices, too. show the new
softness in draped folds or
shirred panels. Jeweled embrol- If you are sentIme n a a
dery is used to best advantage bout your wedding and Meum -
here in combinations of crys- ment rings, you'll A y
tal, bugle beads, pearls, rhine- never remove them frml.
stones or coral. fingers. Wh e
For Juors and the more garden, you can
sophisticated teem subdued and dirt from getl
colors Me des wh"1 6tta4ng by encircling a of

o^uffantpskirts.'wii dup. "
trom ycrinoline Lr ,t tp ardeI n
and necklies

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ay? ,7h, veti T e arn- to- 5 to 10 minutes. Add beat.
bort mtuffins; i w1th Chrat- en egg and milk to pancake
mas fnvotr, can be made 1n a htready-m ittz IUghtty. lAd
A 0pedy pancake ready-mix melted. s 'Ing, l ae
imla es several ate.s .In ffn ups 3 ull. e In a.
in Hg and' atm perf-ct, hot Oven 42 degrees .) IS
oldencrushe l eery to 30 mlhutei.
time. hoped, rMw .v ran- Nate: Poe eup whole eram.
berries' jme th batterIn berry MsaUte n be aeubat
baking a lnd. end a tng-frsh ltute r for rxaw e eorris hand
fruit flavor that -i a da U sa inth e hep. Pr oeed-
ful s rprie. arft the m11 oe.
for I aucheon it a creamed Ol s.1 ed Applesa5uce
chicken or turkey main dlh. Raisn Is a .fuMty aist
Their tartness' Will be a dell- loaf. ts .flavor nidlov on
clott, contrast., stndlig for.a d. tlui ral-
sins, InUtmeats ant re 6 dta
berry Muffains, make It a good dd" itd o l or
(Makes, dozen tiny muffins) the chUoren's l box."
Seup chpped raw cran Apple Bnee Malkn Bread
Wertf., 12 e I7a1% -1 .g, (Makes i lotf)

NEW Y6RxK (P) We aire
used to thinking about the his-
tory of art t. the gaey df
the great. .Il=m tf ever do
we give a thought to. the many
artists who fo-rth i every asg
y Who mnake 'great art'pOS
Bib, hoever.'-!Art Ir 4 cofec-
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h' tMbeIr csoequences.
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(UP rstb C Chris Nail I pc
chief of s o tt h e
STa Australian Red L ose. iHeim Dilces

giftnoo edt o fol h e U ions In Search Of Heat r-crei_ hi up ofh sid e. o
h Te e Seiz Unionse DfteHAMhN.C.p-Du11o ..0.e rec has housed a wild bou-
and c--o 'sthe.. radythomonerpigeon iand Ih l .ie c
2 .... a-ndr lotintilI r&a.' te bluejay, said. "At. least
t' "e n .a d e a n .the.st lnyo can say my Jail Isn't fit
tobl Star Cb ~ Y Atri Dec. 13 while still retaining power, took orld of super-low tempera-,tbirds."
The Crlatoball tr Cl wi .r AlIU attemptspa much more cautious* ap-tUs" .
oId it annual Christmas par- outlaw the iunist Par- proa tn the strike-nct-
Wteato7:00p'pm. Thtiridayo, at t tntoenbtheyareIcooled
.- tyat 7:'.00 p.m. Thforday, at thn ,y failed In 1951, democratic inbatte-cry' of old. Described as "one of the fast- metals when they are cooled
i ome of rrs. M. E. TomliUn, altltteo procedures today are e government has done est-growing fields n physics to super-low temperatures
T em hade Coco 800ea
ugrarterM 10-B, Coco S o. radu cuing Red rdrup- Inn than Introduce the se- research,' t e low teoperature Helium, cooled tc 445.5 de-1
bfe dinner Wil be ser voe 1 d r1s taeu frh].....v .. rabelow
SA butrastra i. cret ballots legislation. It as:tdy at Dke aimed-at seek- beow Fahrehet,
an not to exceed a tht the Communists would the machinery of the Common- a op and down the sides of
S value.relyenlarge their grip on wealth arbitration court, the erties of heum and certain c iners in search of heat.
'eic oTMembers ae ri ied ualsons after the people hT ruling body in labor .tn
Setheii do 'nations f csdi e against a constitutional dispute in this almost corn-
S sh tbandau gl mpore lat o41" atledmint to permit t h e plete alonzed country.
'A r e the eeRioa l SLA" Mbale.a Fadde n government rot B~ nte its ant p a.or brI 'o'"
O t1Wk All Stars. are cordlaiy Lnwited t be government took its casea mis ueropaganda.
tInn s O ml.eth e to h .. tl-..s te pr t -
U I w _llD to attend. afo ou .wing Coibmun nim to S. a several suspect-
a Iritena tatio randplan- a o or l t r t
.. .i ae laor them. In h vslfaldated btter' o- tested 'd elw
e ps otr u o e; orti -Communist act. it was leOgl and ali.tors" 'i s '
Sh Sh.er or pkit' pgradm f HdiD o b ealSr tly believed then to be th -government depart- O t
at I hvenby Rever end and Mrse. ra ry first attempt by H I All l r sh-
:a- o;at l ounr-atmort Peterson.er n 24 month
? A.a. filledwaaith n Luntchon At Fort Guick tI W t e i offe u|EDAY of tCE.unR. 8t P
sIS AtFortGpkphemorly the Instead o a ofOf b y-, agents Into the
+Nooa d:o,.t "Club 71 l*Ito Pa
tsol -T. F eI ,efleg-Red infiltration Ot4ade" un.$- ot.Party.
ts-loCaI Thte sorsukAds lioub mes In one labor and jlvermetu ob- .
lrfmhold their monthly lunheo beses a t a
wp- Tseeve agree___althatthe

oM^E-c : 1 I. + R AI N T + E N tR A LH., ,R
a tg tg were and af Aternoon of car i at theopeaton Austral
S ..Oficer" s Club Thursday with project has ra lCo '
r, wMirs oth nros o' ,a40 a.n since It was fpDnedi T 1n 9it
Si M o Mr.Ars. te gp a e 0p a, An T 9 pi C rr tla Pita Pol rally, Ineve fln
r.dent, ...nt ..ducedee ly -I dull t CPalneda
e, re members r n y Mr s. nar ors l be d at Mar- tralla, and r tycandidate STATE COLL Pa. UP
LUdiU Jtoevi f a new memB J bers: ani. rt has never a setIn etie -Ta vel"ig to tthenloon or o-
SOan, y allowyg Mrs. )nUtdo! ning, A cor i ts to U . ISs B. B ALOw
a"oMgger, n eSiil-o WlOCh ipr-'nederal..parllanient. teld matets f Ting in Dae1n0
tended to thHeslin. Ms; to tc tol TYe-party's principal us"... Mgt'D
..l.._usd ts orthe oc a o.tleIf theg ig:p-i tested In ness to the rli was to pace ship t ing off.
t t. at.. stus or t occatn a :l- brUdle. through its control of smallale
"ae slRne- Mrs. P Leus Mrbs 1Spl- I84t pweeku rewere: group oft e trade t, who have stud-eo
Mis or Mrs. MThe z and. fo r dg e m thNnga t the y tcharacterst s of out- t
wonThp HrF rMLoeb a Jor y, -In t ,steelandbuild er atmosphere, say the ship will full, rich tone-s-andar $ nkeboard--comp)t nize- For
oand MTrs. Dan S onlak. M a o h dutBe, ve to stand te les o f li ht, resposive ac tion--modeinprie
RBCa-f.Lmus and Mrs. pH taniqQu0p.efnt. nag-o t varied temneraturesa
and toann ca. rsa. p rD. arSoine -hR mdsfiCos pu .n.dano. a -,lresa RADIO "i JNTER flight
A rn d- -U Pe.t- dA won the -canast prizes. andl. lWmcosmic and ultr violet
L d i. .41Chi ---- n'riafend.. .. Ulo ommuneealmonthoe. Go a atboshnow h d

.tHaner. _pr.a ns.. thseO th. oit {T.I d abseaVe o ae p s -
Most L ikely t a Elmo& ? W d Taft, _aB Wre thew 7110Bolivar Col-n -0- Open until 9 p.m.
ot p.et- softhel l W s '. bAof r ow 0ey. B iw .' Lte poWe te Dr. Marcel N oK E_ d Phil-i
J n t.ead om ...Fmpand olM rs.n ofF lip W. Mn Pt er
*ndo C...P1, n, n Ci Otto o to hm dpunistlegislation research laboratory said the
Sol. wgn at m tdow lron W omen's tVictoria kne ars revolve around the 2 2
anna. p;r ssen-l" '0ond the o ly n-iow density of molecules I n PRICEt o.0o sA

t hm e Red of R. 6I Ih lo the hethoel n onlyd e*oin-"
t i t a. ieven- D"elneg the business meeng Dear Members: qury even S.h.ly colmprab.e o iterp5 AI
e entire roster of officers for The Unit will Mfeet n General to the Ar of the U.
he stunt reslponsibl i the past year were reflected for Assembly tomor o. at 3:30 p. publ he St TE it was no IN PERSON!
lucce -tt- affair,'with n ad We atr at the A.W.C.Budin national. tes will vary as the distance

su ceeg t eaf air f rot tm e r Bau g n atio n ald A E RnN N P E
pelet RIhaMrt e egroupeodarogrm An appropriate C h r is tm as IAustraia believe Tthey have from earth is increased. As an
ahoiawm.t Wach.0l, Tolan- of songs and games. The prizes program is being planned. Fol, their country without lapsing example, a 70 degree tempera- 4me
a Pqneherrera, A rlne UM, were won-by Mrs. T. 0. Custer, 9w g the meeting, tea will be into what theyallege is an ture on the earth's' surface Special ngagement
SGuar"i, Jeal and Mrs. J:4W Lmkumann:lt served by Jars. Maria do Lara, "hysterioai' t m o s p h e r e of will. drop to minus 150 degrees
Muriel Mot Ruby Roscoe Haing presented the Mrs. H. de Kernick and their'fear, which they caim preu 0 miles up and climb to a- J O- T U-B-
JotiLg.B teve$* a p a, Chrlstmas story on a flanneL- committee. I n America today. bout .3,500 degrees 250 miles F1
rc Vernon Bryant, Rich-. graph 'eAbd read the story irom. Members have beeli asked to Most expefts agree that the away from the earth.
an 1 and Kti.t Reed. the ae. Mrs. Vict oria I ourl- bring to the meetmg a Christ- potent wepoi u sed lkces
wt *Mshed by.-thie ? Iln-lead the, C5lstmta Caro, mas tree rnamVe and a gift aAgalst tbe.Communla is The lack of molecu es In
t by lady e eLn.A t ears fae.Ls sp efy of tc-anewffei. dedadFalyutasvaentdFra I od Famous Pianist and Film Sar
wtthw r lsttotIt. It or the girlwiped out.oet ,m=on after kni- charged -from the sun. Ordina-
,-' of c-. Th9" Vlesent. v .. .Al-n r l O id the e dmang effects ofIAN
I.. 01J m 4 be ldrithothe

r ...ia nd.t h rUn ion"s w 6e a lrtim e mlec uls ur"atmosphere. C NT ER
SM. Wimor td.Mi.-Colon Npg pth 1 reshoo veiedste eklyin un s dIat wet tal--- ton to tie at the
"of ... Xastfr. "ia .wl the-, tte aritite Tickets $2 th-e$3.e

aio WOrthy. atrto.. a.. ... E.arl T.t$ -$-g
.MaOuras W4 ty pd aryn with
-X fger,,Mi-C tXeir corps 'of ofmsjer, atI a nt g 'R OWn SIale o A t
Z lomsI temaiimeeting tomorrow, Wt ,:D0ram.
atV6 2, p .er ,CENTRAL THEATRE'
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You Sell em...When You Tell 'em thru P. A. sifieds!
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices ib No. 57 "H" Street Panama
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n ..
Lewis Service Sal6n de Belieza Americano Carlton Drag Store ,
No 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-22aL. and No. 55 Went 12th Street 10.049 Mel6nder Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n i -

Prop-anda, S.A.
Morrison's Agenda lternacional de Publicaciones tXee corner Estudiate J. emch difonal word. A.M unday, Dec.
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaa Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-298il 8 C :0-i On --Muhteal AA, .. ::"' '

lude 41 4%t
FOR SALE F SALE FOR SALE RESORTS saiiMcKCIAL & g:l- ioni0 ...or :i
Hou.ehold AunmnM Mi.celhmeo s Furnished houses Ont Snt PROFESSIONAL B S-don Sgtuio Me- I
,_____ Clara. Phone Shrapnel. Balboa (NBC)
SSALE -- Ce' Oak bulet -OR SALE-1942 Cadllboc 2 Door FOR SALE: Lionel Electric Train 1389. or see Caretaker there. 10:00-Muote to, the Tempo a :-
r. uF rl eu e ,e table tour choirs very neat. good condition, ood 027 Gouge Engine, tender four It m or to "_ J a -..... " a .
Hu, e 14-C eBabo. Te l .2 ,ronsportaton. Duty Paid. $ cars and twenty feet of track. 25 PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottages. rhe COSts o more to protect o.ao0- tsBMd ..
430 -C B o 00. Call Panama -370. r 60 cycle transformer. $25.00 only court in Sant Clara with n and beautify concrete l1:00-NATI ,lOA. .L'TISftY ". lR :d
C-Wi~~ __ _0 o nTelephone 2-3040. Oceanview from all cottages. Steps build 11:1.5-PATBOWgd P U8BMIiM ll. t lu'n tuS-
5-LE -.TrTppon ;to.c 4 burner, FOR SALE.-1951 Dodge Kingswoay lle -redih ofie- ,t beoch. Rock Gas, refrigeration. Petro ip.Tllor U:lp 1Iw" ld i. 11 ..th1topr (
ee ..dn NO- 22 Cuba Custom. 4 door sedn. Duty free. Bds wll be received in he ofce barbecue and shuffle board. Pan- With -- 1:30- unteo Ir "13." t
r Telephone32 P Pnma 324 o theB Supply & Service Director, ama 3 Marta 3-1673. SN 0 W CEM -me
3 3 FOR SALE --1948 Ford 2- or De Balboa Heights. or General Man- lox Nc -i435 klboa.
Lux A E S$ ''edn n $ 02L e 00 CoIl 2-1659 ager, Com m issary Division M t. __S" _'_: "_.__ N"____ "M. ..
Singble.Hope. Canal Zone, until 3.00 p Gramlich Santa Clara beach- Decorative and durable 12:30--A New Witulss.for r .hat. t
tel bullet meel library i.r 4 133. eve.nngs. m Tuesday. January 13, 1953. cottages Electric ice boxes, gas Waterproof oatnga. 1:00-The Jo Stafford Show .1 __2* u 1a .
r,, b, ig. hatr ke, L.nE FOR SaLE -98 Oldsmobile De Luxe when they will be opened in public. staves, moderate rates. Telephone Ask for descriptive folder (VOA)
a. meoe c er c.7 19'0 Four Door. Radio. W-S-w. furnishing 3.060 000 pounds 6-441 Gambol. 4-567 Pedro Mi- and color chart I0,-1&- Iaoak.bshf *
.M m e Dr d O 'ecic i t.re nEw Bargain. $ 1,700. Phone oa Fine G ranulated Sugar. Farm s guel. G.O' 1: .--'1 Y ean soe AJben4o r tadb 1.e
'I c-rh bl rmotr 0'-A Curundu 621)0 of proposal, with full particulars. GEO. F. NOVEY. INC. s:00-Dazs a""d ymphon i .2.p4 .eMI UM
rd, -r FOR SALE ma95 Kaiser De Le h be obtained in the office B FOR RENT *7- C-'. Y our F vore
F.. LFthe Supply & Service Director. Bal- FTTele-0140.
F-P SALE Maag oh, 60 radio while side walls, 'new eot boa Heghts. or of the General, 6:0-u-s0 :eB I BO' d
cle.. Ie new. Ca aluminum cc..vers. WIli sell ro highest bid. Manager, Commisary Division. Mt ]OUs: 8 I Li I-a.
rube exc.srlent .:0nd1i..onl f1 15.00 House 425 Ancon Phone 2--3, 91 M anag1r Com s Divistiton.ry Mt
Na. : ;Poi._ J o n FOR. .FORRENT:-Furnishd residence; 4 MODERN FURNITURE 61( Sty.
No.. PaL '., i. .r FOR SALE-1941 Oldsmoble motor FOR SALE.---Beautiful Blond Spinet bedrooms; 4 6othrooms; hot and m ouR lW-ROO boo
f, SALE .-B3b stroller DrOp ieu' 3u.r overhauled, ne be Tel P new. No finer cold water system; parlor porches, UI I a(DI) A .I _e-'sq 4
Torabl ,on,,i Two Chars. Bassnette. 6-324.________nstrume nt on the Isthmus. Call 6- diningroom kitchen, pantry, 2 pn aIII Let r "uIo ht'fi"-it "
h.Cr .undu -- FOR SALE.-New 1952 Ford, oni, 484. Must be seen to be oppre- rooms, baths for servants, gorges, iReuphbi erB t o.. F
F, SALE Refrig-rator 25 ce 1.000 miles. Wont to buy Vcto- oaored etc. J. G. Duque Avenue, 32, La "HERES"
,'..-rngh..u.e ecrllenr condition na. Call Coco Solo 8584. FOR SALE:-Staes nh Guitar Crestp, from 3 p. m. I a l e oS3r.
Crn be had cheopo also 46 Nash Ae __ FOR SALE:StatesSpanish Guitarfo .Ef
O.,.J -a Rq 36 89 panmerts FOR SALE.-1948 Plymouth De Luxe and Case, like new. Phone 2-3631. FOR RENT--Modern chalet com, Tel. ,41.i r -. .. ,- -._
c-i-i0C .: Dui paid C8all 8o3- Tudor Sedan, good condition -- pletely furnished, 2 bedrooms, ,,j -." '' -
151 I 3 Mordas Phone Coco Sold, 381. FOR SALE.-Kinie Exokato V. Equip- garage. etc. $130.00 monthly. Via- 'I-. . : i* P t
Thru Fado. a- core to Qrrs FOR SALE -1937 Ddge ith 1947 ped with Myers I.9F lens and My- Porros. No. 14 Son Franis.

FO.? SALES-'nger ing machine res. Peret running condo exten on tubes and Suden Shipping, moving. stoage. ...
c.rtable .- 609 Anco Blvd. Best offer lakes it. Navy .338. 450 x Microscopic, with adapter. FOR RENT We paok and crate or move A0r 9..
FOR SALE -New Home ewi u OR SE 9 Frdor C Store 'Toch. ll anFor makingythig. 'Phone 2-241,
*:h All attachments includir- Lue. $950 00. Qtrs 5"2-D Cu- Sterascopic Slides, cost $17 90. ka,.-aelILtb
hto r.hole anachment. One ear rundu Heights. Tel. 83-3122 Call sell $14.00. Niker Istainless steel -2.262, PanamA. ":-Ml ele ".A.
d t0 eRobert Dean 173-A r 4 P m. 35 mm Developing Tonk. co.t $7. ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS _______- ,r0-_-NeW_ 8; 00_----1 e.__e 04'I .l d
F..o Grande" S Pedro Miguel. FOR SALE-'41 Buick Club Coupe\ 25 sell $55.00. Printing frame. de- two and five roan .furnished and 9 :15-COomeand Qet It 8;45-w ta i
FL SALE --pce t Good condion. $00. Phone Pan- velopng trays Kodak 2 x 2" unfurnished apartmenfl; private en-9 B'0.-Al Bee It 9:00-rh. I If.V VQA)
FL SALE -5-pin Rece er .t, good ama 3-1594. slide kit, 35 mm strip contact closed gardens 8061. 10th Street. DA ITn 0:o-..-NeW u:-TI. ana fOur a " "
Ic.nd.i<.n Re ear painted red printer ifor printing on 8 x 10 New Cristobal. Telephone Colon 01U trK0:0 io -'-t the Record 10:00-1 'lt 7 AT 'G'0 a0-tu Conwu
covered .rhionl, Reasonable 32.9 FOR SALE.-1940 Ford Sedan 2- pperi$10 00. 35 mm enlarger 1386. o.n. & en* O a.. oaC l:00--New e c- T:B AIR. (VOA). '.
Cuh.T RooTd Tri. 2-m2427 or 2- door. body and motor good cridion- with 8 x 10 Speed-Ezel Koda FR RENT Tomarred couple O 06-Of the Record (nd0wl N f
F:- SALE -.R.e r. n. $250.00. House No. 154 B projection scale, timer paper. film Modern apartment, completely eMd a -e .pa 4t30--Meet the,'Bnd 12:00--8tn Off
F.C SALE --Refrigerayors 25 Cycle rd Street, New Cristobal. and etc. $15 00 or all for $260.- furnished, other aptment acc t Ado2.. lh00-.-Newr 0. ..* :Ad-t'ur Os P.DO. IS
-,r Canal Zone. Coll Balboa 2826 FOR SALE:-Bu.ck 1946. Excellent 00. 35 mm La Belle fully auto- ped by North Americon families, II bleeKo n Lut l h-ee 1 D ...
o, Panama 3-1 216 'onditon rodro. Tel No. 2-4396 matic remote control projector Via Espoao Carrosquilla. second uPM A,*.. 6 ,,' -. -
F -O A -, 0765. Willamson Place. unieraleter5.te.xt 3 ns Street N 44, Tel. 3-0471. ------------iH .4? m et r 3
FOR SALE -E- erthing goet. cr- $140.00 sell $95.00. Rowe 1719- stetN.2.5- l .. ....
Pre hou,!h.hold tmrniture. 25 cycle WANTED D. Cristobal C. Z. Phone 3-2926Wa-11 H holkl E ch 00o-'." ...=-
eor d Landr l, between 5-6 during day- FOR RENT Ho should Exchange Peronality Parade I:5-M Slatle *'
B ewc Oomoo. con.oM Mibtellaneou 1' DEALRS iN NEW ANsl l..mmr a,"o :.uM e ,tt .i -,
For SALE -- Ra.ton Lo e Seat. 2 1isCee neopUE D FURNITURE 2 .2-The Mt tt t o 4p a a Pret
c la,r, cottee table. end toble AMERICAN Couple, with boby de- FOR SALE-4-inch Craftsman Joint- i fUSED FURNITURE :15- t "O"ce *
$185. Play, Den, 10. Fort Clioyon i.res sacahon quarters in middle er-Planer with 3-4 H.P. 25 cycle FOR RENT:-Site, suitable for oan 41 Auteell e R h 2 Meloo d ie loa
hone 3140. of Februory. References supplied Waoshing Machine in good con- office. corner of 37th Street and TeL 3*4911 4 2JtiBt"e _eBIt '- .
----.- .. Curundu 83-6147. dion with extra wringers $60.00. Justo Arosemeno Avenue No. 73- ,W e.BLI ANr D l:.! *3 fTl -
..,J 7 OUN'iD WANTED: One Deep Well Pump 4 Stainless steel aquariums, Uni, A. For .Information No. 26, East :
Jack. One 3-4 H P. 60 cycle mo- versal Air pump, filters etc. $100. 37th Street, uproirs. t1.'
00f all or wi .
LCST: German Police doga. full-- ar.' Phont e 2-1"67. O- Ca wI s24el hl-sep raAely Iy.ELLANEOUS D n uquaa 4J.,S= :
grown. Wears green collar and hone ristobkl 2- oue 8026- M PJ .- O flurte;!" -,
answers to name of Ginny. Phone WANTED:-Two bedroom furnished 2nd. St. Margarita, C. Z. :-. t te
-Prnnama 3-201 apartment in Bella Vista, starting -e ee has* a d't rigatT lE u P- l ON TH'AIR
S 20.January Itsr. Phone Panama 3- FOR SALE OR TRADE:-1950 De WrbIs Als Iebetle .Asswm o ot.r ? t0t. 2'JittOb,t. eteri). ot ... -
Bllb/ CIk M bh009. oilera 5 p. mp Soto. Sportsmron hard top, less thon 20.1 ANm. C. R. h5 It..m 5:- at'TO Fvo.ia u -
Bal00a Cl OUbhos FOR SALE Go D .U. ,Solo i d h Radiant tint t treatment, ; indiv. uily i' l .oj C M '* " ".)
Employee Succumbs Custom Made Br, wth go styled hair cuts; soft, naturd per-! All li. 5:5-W. SS Your Favorite tpaide
Emloe ucum sCustFom MRdeS ALE GO B Solid 3stmaa. I Onents; glmour cola. streaks, H f UWNN1 .-urf"'J 'tL:' T 'in.r."1
KM mReal Enalie Deep Sea Fish.ng Outfit BPond New La HN Yglmu d A8 rUT '0- I + clrse+,
After Long Illness 1R0ano Reel,. ,6-A. oCo bash ,s., s LatestH oloodNow anIA TT & DUNN 6 ,0r.a 3
After Lon ness FoR S : ry ce... n s... Balboa. Mnti styles. Genell Bliss Cocoll,, 615-To be 1
Clare Beach, tw ue nd one Beauty Sho. 4-557. '6:30-The swt otr u
The office ot Drector Of In- lsmll in te bck. The two lge FOR SALE: AKC Registered pair GRAND MAS SALE: A t I 645-L0Wl .
traleeu ithlboa i small in the back. The two large t 4
Clubhouse will be closed on Mon- dininreoemn, one parh, kitchen Phone Balboa 1606. u ian- c.d metec.a7"00-Tll7 tL b Er (.
da' s of each week, starting to- end beth ream. It haes 1,400 Sq. R.Kodk Brown e Lrf emnt lee Oalt.ot ande mw" egyhl "foe1Tiers. a e7-30-SN
morrow,. until further notice, for I res. Cell Eddie Jaynes. Tel. 6233 M FOR SALE.-Kodak Brownie 8 mm Lante ertment WeTn ovel;-lD
thet- reaso flthatsohn gA' -Phillips Fort Cleyto n r 3-2855 Penea. Cl Albrook 86-621 Jly Av. Tel 2-2446 w- o-ESi .
red back to Florida. FOR SALE: SOBoard house, Parue FOR SALE. Ladies Winter Coati Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical O i Clini. gI..o!!, J 8-45-U.fP.
reel Lefevre, $2 800. Board house. Rio beautifully styled. Nearly new. Size Estudlonte Street No. 140. Between h ..A ,t
The closn, of this office is ne- 200 meter-s land wth 1. Phene 6-382. "K" and "J" street. Phone 2- ShO
cessary according to the Inter- fruit trees. $-1000. Terms accept- I- 3479. Paonomoa._ THY C S RANG a 9;15--Bei to_ _o.ur, .or' t rlt
Snal Revenue Agent n charge be- ed. Also lots $900 $1 470 FOR SALE: 100 Shares Panoma Panama. favorite .w be 9:30-Pl Of
,. cause the Atlantic side must al- $1 371. etc. Malcolm Hall House Coca Cola Stock. Tel. Curundu Are you looking for Ratton Peel to :reantd pagent- i0:00-Th.e Vtid iT' .
.*r be served, and the practice in, No. I room 15. Street 14, Gua- 5227. repair your furniture? Get It at ry tonight i t foro t nem dow ( ) Wfl
thEureka past has been to mantanCHRISTMAS dcorti on Central Avenue No. bero d g. ae Blboa 1 00--'OT- e O N
office hours in Cristobal on Mon- -amemnts. AmericanSl. 133, just around thJ corner of Union ., be given 12:00-,El. Ott w. g
days of each week. therefore, R P 4 "J" Street. In the am--rca the PSJtitehl -Pbut-'hi, -li u' Q
R e d P O W K ille d i ...Rorn-Su i H s- Sot '
NeII. I1. BDOXIRChamp.on at Stud IDog I-os- Beir - a I..4."as Youth fd, *-.. 16 e. 4
n addition ton closing on FOR SALE Horses, both pntos, pitoil. Via.Poros No. 4 .eL3. Fellow-e .Ail.,. b M. On - *' Alal ii
oda. It ild b6 n, o Ie |laa l onon. e b. Tel. 3. Appea t-hi Cwil be 6: P On- The L'IP 1Y-*"5,
few occasions during the re-_ Ulboo "I406C' Virginia il, jank' Crook, Jack -.
mnder of each' week. to cloa FeG o heer u "" SPECIAL IXCURSIONSI izFlowers, Pa orug, Darbata :_a -'" ...-. lo
MB boof o ,o.o sh On Koje Island ,. R-a on.L. aw.S .S .
vIsits banks and post offices an No. 16 yto LNit* 1 good one yearl; fitoudner. .Ith. Fredg _;.ples .i
offkial business. i P RA Nf D *11 UP ,rOn e to LOS ANGILEi, one way, $149. Curr*r is AssIating n. i pro-"am
offal business. PUSAN Dec 1 UP -- One FOR SALE-- Lonel electric train. 15, round trip' 5252.35, 90 day. In.ther e n. o ose parba- ,er "11
ThiL arrangement "ill only be kll 'iaind sixd ssxeri'"nlue dr veeta lind 2'. House 356-6 pasie-Ano bus stop. Tel.P anama Nasemsni-.fl' ate Aht Dn-A. ]0eactt,3h, 8tit wO4.ks. .. ^; ""
P mla me nt forlPIDatehllipsthtarrtivesd An Ameri ar soldier was also FOR SALE -1952 Jaguor Marl VII Speciol for Christmas and NIew'Yeor and Freef 0 -0 Ut and ;M iM '-
tunal ianmorart emlcIa ts will- urt lightly. Sedan Showroom condItion. WII Professional Cold Wave~, $7.50. properties: cz.horu will be1 ib0 0(eoItd) 1o '
prrlha early next "ear to assist The Prisonor-o-War C consider trade Phone Albrook Salon de .Bellezo Ana." Marto composed e td iB ,, e.tet.'
in thr rush of thP fin period mand Paid the North Korean prl-. 6' I or 6207 after 4 p.m. building. Tel. 2-3131. and 8Utiorp.FllW41[isip. 1a:o- " ..'-'.
J trr e" i.saner was shot and killed at DOG CLINIC HWIiTAL, Dr. A.. Th e. re-' ,.. '. 1 +
Phlillips leaves the Isthmus idnIght Dec. 10 after refusing Ip his recent visit to South Perez. Veterinary Strn p' aro by B0 e jlt -
WMrnda. for Tam pa, where he to halt after he was challenged America. ot Per i in ry e.Tlx.iPr a ia ared byTl ell 3aJM ll" .dt- i r d 7-, E m fr r "1
v'7i be stationed. twice by a guard. rrs No 2. Tl. 3-2 .. Tcbabold i M..... a. .
* ________ The prisoner wa.s runnin, rom The prince otherwise is in ex- The management of AR.la:. ld wl .by.W '--.... .... .. f A*'S."li.'ag." *id wall I b
barracks to barracks In an at- cellent health and his doctors NA Bar and Resaaurtnt btpicasd Turhabolfdter tAet Turbyill 53 mTS 'o PaBt e
*IS *etTtempt to eorganu"ze clandestine hase no objection to his normal to announce thft4hroug the de- la the dires err-eihe chorus and :l''n ESb %*1wrRLIIIt are -

they attacked an unarmed guard "bThe traditlasal 01*, ++-.q-&;4
n ,RH E U M A TISA IO; . shghtiy injured verte b^rae e_ ina__________r_________ inn-":. ." '--..
oe th as,^ of- humtag on Dec. 10. beginningy Decemberv 2db S3ervilce of tl~ Church Sdio 2: .
*.. a mulef n! we ree other guards. also u fn- f-oin a motor accident near Aras- will be cond. 7_t g d4:,.m. s..
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Dec. 11 when the3 attacked the ''.
assistant enclosure commandereef
and also w"eredoverpowered by favorite like dalnver .s...
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The incidents occurred in the i
Chojuri Camps at the southern PBd 1the.
end of Koje Island. theml.
end o oNext door to Radio MiraMar by DAn
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Being Restricted: dTel.2M,077 deftB."
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AMlT1DAM. Dec. 13 UP)-
U A S Pa~~e ernhard of the Nether- in_
eTRUNK &BAGW eVslands wasu today ordered to give r.
~REPAUIR$ ITI Dhis favorite sport of horse..
REPI S -. INdOcItris had earlier Idtlised
Forr your vaton visi m to give up horse jumping E_
*- or, ski jumping and this adviceS E Dr. A.
our Show Room at was. confirmed by doctors ater
Automobile Row No' .2 WashinRgon a Walter Reed hiea
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mor Has MGM Challenging

Pifg Mticatin .'New Film

Theme Featuredo

At Lux Friday

1% L / I2IU TO*TYL I I U U 0 I I-m n orip Lanza f. ..--
/llk The relentless and savage
3OLWOIC!,i fight of a girl to completely
S. HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Dec. 13 monopolize the \ interest and
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 18 -The ( P .. Metro Ooldwyn-May- affection of the man she loves
plul neckline, o trry I is reportedly planning a is the dramatic theme of 'Leave

Contemporary cmmoentdatei V f T I I fs eller, which stars Gene Tier-
are, virt ly unanimous In at- -..-NOIWlf'w d W 0 The unconfirmed reports ney> Cornel Wilde &nJ Jeannei
tnllta the nt ar for a.t ~ studio had already Crain, and opens next Friday
eea~e to cde l disc iad th project with Lan- at the Lux Theater.
Jal appearing for work in "T beautiful Ellen Berent, w h o
T,, I rt took.someftime f r the Dia- wbo -Vaa muspendect for not The story revolves round
eblo Height Theater Guild t Student Prince." Thewants to be lved a s intensely
other choose the now established It is understood that the as she, herself, loves and
bl American favorite as a local Prne" based on an old Big- who will stop at nothing, even
aita reductionn, but walk up Diablo mund .Bomberg operetta, will murder, to achieve what she
proof positive ~ igl most any night andbe held -in abeyance until after wants.
new era sio u'l feel that something. big t"Kj"n is completed. To have her husband com-
ity.. ..a in the air and perhaps even ome observers wondered it pletely to herself, this lirl
Itt is time to et to hear what the "Voice of ,,Is of Fire" was inspired by cold-shoulders her own mother
lacy"A Qd t .%.a e Turtle" sounds like: the title of the number one and sister, antagonizes his clos-
with the t ifitcaiR Perhaps it took the rare op- sohg on the national hit parade est friends, lets his crippled
tiful (and buxmy) portupity for perfect casting That song, incidentally, is the brother drown, kills her own tress, Gene Tierney's problem is since becoming a star on "loan
nell, one of the lreh- before the guild ventured int. old Argentine tingo, "El Choclo" unborn child and when she to prove on the screen that a out" to another studio, play
seratlonas of the prbtw production of the John van under a .different label and finally ends up as a suicide, girl in love can be fiendishly the husband. Jeanne Crain, one
cadent decades (soT- Druten gem. The play features h different lyrics. deliberately makes her death Jealous and, vice-versa. to prove of Hollywood's most brilllanR
ca"The facts are,"r (5 *- three characters: look like murder, that a fiendishly Jealous Ie-young stars, plays the sisteL
Darnel "The. fa Sally Middleton, an actress In the -role of Ellen Berent, male also can be lovable. who unconsciously becomes El-
ru rnes in the. ahkSai.176.._b4 beauty with the perennial rush one of the most challenging It's a difficult role recog- len's rival.
a185th .enteJles of rsing; Bgt, BiU Page, a me- parts ever tackled by any ac- nized as the most difficult ev- Also featured in the cast of
S morep r lann ly charmer in arms; ad On The Records er attempted by, or allowed to. the outstanding picture, whIi-
p h we loveliness over a. volatile *l_ m on movie glamor girl. It s a was produced by William A.
d3y. .. ..predatory natir nano s to 1 powerful symbol of Miss Tier- Bacher and directed by Joohn
ward Api Js down it the oi e Ar ney's determination to be a M. Stahl. are Vincent Price,
rnm t dwn, l a Aprl i New Yor k the .I NEW YORK, Dec. 13 (UP) -_ dramatic actress. I Mary Phillips, Ray Collins, en
just the be. provp found for sex' and love, Benny Goodman and his or- Cornel Wilde, back on his Lockhart, Reed Hadley, Dar-
ofl o very mue in. the manner f, cestra, trio and quartet were home lot for the first time ry Hickman and Chi
Of all Utif i I "k Which came first, th&PI n ah oehenome oft l f.
'dbn (as A -. ~ )h or the egg?" Never before and never since I O talk
'"9d t 'S "The Voice of the TTA1b" is has a musical aggregation play-
als l r neces ly -a sheow toW h le ing popular music so caught
,of uanddelica ly, Played. too U__the public fancy or soared so
hate,' to '11116tM t 'it beco lines dfitastefuV and high In the jazz firmament. By BEN COOK
orr f saight-ja4et called smoking for the sake of shock-
MsIng D nPlayed without it laconic A nqw generation found out HOLLYWOOD Dec. 13 (UPI
Mis DateI 0 on She en sk against provincial mora- why their parents h a I I a d For more than 20 years
It lated these 1 otMW fi dla t becomes. meaningless and Benny as the "King of Swing" Preston Foster subdued his boy-
was hero'dit' '. a Ip d.ob when Columbia brought out an hood ambition to sing. Now
Dun M -t- 1 tl dea I b the male lead, album of the Goodq*n band's that he has become established
o1ue, a g *- i ithe Guild ers Its patrons a famed 19 8 CaregW 1all con- as a movie star he is giving
?Grainger 4-K profeadonal actor. Loggia, cur- cert two years ago. Now Colum- It free rein.
ratb ,~" S wi ll o t1la o gently .serVing with the Army bia has uncovered an even Foster's original ambition was P T
In.t h s. .at Fort Clayton, was just about greater treasury of Goodman to become a great opera star.
ler, sh6 tlj- olq 0af hd- e I ype-cast for the role of Bill recording and issued it on two On his first Job after quitting
wlU I-E O '- OI r 't i 'L" #1tarM going through the paces during. Page- 12-inch long-playing, records as high school, packing records
a ward of Sfir lieJ-' a rehearia I ne s ad e left is Arline Lincoln, asshe -The lea g role of all "1937-38 Jaz Concert No. .2" for the Victor Talking Machine
tcaner, b M. wlUa rpe aSv MJy lle n;"Anne McGrath, as OliveLash- id .. ure Arline It is a must for every Jazz Co., in Camden, N.J. he be-
,a.l lioas e t (.brookeha to All a ve th.e tleaton in hand and Bob Loggla, as Linc for the fan. j came inspired by the voice of:0 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:
Cat1e Tly .& : es t Bill gfS but Atprecatve expression for Olive... part cauoi the heart of di- the great baritone Tiffa Ruffo
seas with pernlouS and retor Paul E..Davis from the The selections in this new and began to take vocal lea- A and Romant
o.W-Malm- pdlli -oment 815. read. at casting album were recorded from the sons. Gay Comedy
rers of inIterI atia disre- touts. Romdlg out the act- LobdIan band's radio broad- After singing several times Tony CURTIS Piper LAURIE,
'P.. -... E nter n usm Ing trio it. Anne McGrath as casts of 1937 and 1938 by a on radio, Foster did realize his
But in all hE d Nal sol- the feline Oliver entLashbrooke. fan tiamed Bill Savory, now ambitlortf in a measure when "N ROOM for the GROOM"
~~~But In all hp saar Ato- the accent on talent. a erigineer for Columbia Rec- he sang with Ruffo in an
lees, Linda ci by The guild is lot stopping at Columbia has winnowed opera in Philadelphia.
several t-ou Brlad ._.o hga, e:, ......a. pu, "'a !neton.,jie e t h of.l O the best numbers from He turned to the dramatic
and cto rVqf 8thas on.,i of a h this vast and previously un- stage because singing jobs were LUX THEATRE TROPICAL
in.. --- o .. New Yoak apartment bha been -uspected horde of Goodman scarce, however, and worked 'e e ar
rae," (tNewton-az Everything y'hed and The Gunyor gals are a va- asimed and meticulously bUlt t his greatest. as stage manager for Lionel At- Thrill-filled with Harem The Cheer Leader of
Sser read about. Dyn's ruled and delietful lot- Mit V t Warner Hoyle to the most will's dramatic company in the love! Musical Entertainments
iS-PVI), VS-.. -. a Brosduiay has come to Iffe'with Gaynor as e homespun kid, minute detail. The recording is superior to w ll' dramaticncompanynof the Carnegue.HalMagin-love!rMusichlhEnrertainmentse
,tlf ze homlt auIthmntitt. r the complete .wt bloodhounds, The set also features the dec- that of the Carnegie Hall con- aker it rin e ep n "Thief Of Damascus" VIRGINIA MAO
ate~.tI 3 in a wuaderf BOt Brady brings out of the orating of Mrs. Magaret Uert. In this case, radio en- Jenkins in the cast of a play Paul HENREID RONALD REAGAN
eietanlng new h- A.et Geaa bakwooDds to lie Renhle one of ulEthe Can aWOGE
sebg M J nc~ 44A .1 ra backwoo t a W Zonenos F a 4 eerp placed their micro- called "Seven." e lN O WS SH
rhe wil bep for Out effect while Poster finally hitionewack-
rne.. ..phAtnaarnele alAwas ot in Play which,_ p"nrdoI-WN

IV.em, of4 edA Too -eAr aPn -Hokmer D ally, was a flop. a ivend -T pi WH
Lt ea l., wit owo-w &IlV nver- was "Two Seconds," in whichWATROGH
't 2 ,M,, isanor'a Ag-t .John.......
.w ith.."mi-'. and, MargrItP t ltruments Foster teamed with Edward G. John sutton O
f.e guerite Chapman, M.hlel Q'- Chapman as the bra ze ra I' A n e at e rs t aoIn
hadzn U celse wbot.. who doesn't give up a.w... o r, :o Technicolor. IN TECHNICOLORE
Se an 6 ha lCANl_ de ad t It's difficult to single out any ducer saw it, made a picture"
m chatehrpic o pol w r tlot M a anor esl o T, U th AN rLL VOURtNEoS of the numbers for special of It, and signed Foster to
-t t or battle for Mr. Brady.o.
"- ,ke. w teth Cent o Ib one it has- 1- way. of doing. comment because all are out- play In It..
Sf re i en o th mn R yon's wnderutale standing. To. name only a few Foster then scored a hit In C N T R A L -
mbnt pa has a no refrl the In which Benny's soaring trum- a film called "The Last Mile"
;Bo WT -"iat alItu ati it ofss Broad- ambling urge. Never Mas. pet and. Gene Krupa's spec- and the movies claimed him for NORA SWINBURNE
tiL I FI ,y'life, fr 1i Its rafiuhood-Runyon underworld,, hero gune tacular drumming spark t h e their own. His hopes of be- ARTHUR SHIELDS, it
S- n to bsy- e s, tr tn oreteta"t. Louis Runn"Sugar submeueeo from then on.g
wihflavobr- a-fectofhioband, there are rRidln' High," coining a great singer were
.. uried r t r -h ec #*A F'bbt stomp." The singing ambition was re- IN TECHNICOLOR!
two a dopf. piano Benny and and his wife, Sheilah, former--!"N -
.""ts" r .a bookie gends, to the hariyabrul Tech- Ksrupa In wonderful trio ar- ly a screen actress, can leave KL. JAMS STEWART, in
.so '" f ........ "11 oit .i ece endst hea h dr.,..T rangements; of "Nice Work if Hollywood for tours on which tgives
-lkth .a of 8614 N a& Har- YiOed wt hi You Can Get It" and "Have they sing at night clubs, thea- IA"
hob t.I-gart = U, I a O r; o e 0it h You Met Miss Jones," among ters and fairs. dtic ansW'
n 1 i0th them .... .. I ee on 'an aili e ff numbers staged by Robert f i- others. Lionel lmampton adds The only flaw In the arrange- ia Ut ,e
h I nem weig U-fog'- 86Y ling committee. play with Albrt om berg r ANA AM II AM a vibraphone to the trio for ment, as Foster sees It, Is that IeI.lf*to
it PAbeAMA AMout-of-this-world quartet ren- he has to Interrupt the singing
han With"t __eat ~ t mo- a oea ditans of Nagasaki," 'Runnir' occasionally, as he has now to
thn-. .tqte oft cool-the soulful "I Wish I Kfwt .-
roup, ,. b_ ofo Atlanta" are Daddy." sal-International's "Law and C E C I L I A -
W h a name ta. are al Cat the is Teen-agers' Problems ...
,.mt -., ro}arf .. .lthe .-Color- magnificent and lectacbt uTH1 SKY IS RED'
it. ful 1Wu ol-il dft.idon- finale presentation. a n4Fdd.Also- : TH*SE .. REALISTICRD
.... iSSHnOa), time favorite, "I've Got a 11 SH"WTIME T06AV1' P .ata1a LanaA -o4eaters "BOTHSIDES'OF TRIC'
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For Excellent Program Program In Another Big Year For Basket !
A sellout crowd is expected to be on hand to- s
night for the Trainsito Kid-Pedro Tesis slugfest at Purse: 350.00-ool Cl om I :4s 115 ". N *
the Panama Gym. The program, which features First Race of the Doube
the ten-round 129-pound Tesis-Kid clash, is schedul- 2-La Loba V. c i ast llo 120"- This ? s "- ts 'f or
ed to get underway at 8:30 p. m. 3-Winsaba B. Pultdo 116 ball p ro & i .b .p
4-Dalida F. K. Flores 120 sogI ... ,-
Up to ,te- yesterday, the bet- four pounds from his natural 5-Proton A. Mena 107 -* *am t.t
ting c ds and smart money %as fighting weight. Our choice to 6--Don Jaime B. Aguirre 110 te-e- ."i.;
still favoring Transito Kid How- win. therefore, is Teals by decl- 7-Calongo 0. SAnchez 107 Sears A Leadership The Individual average after The wa t a
ever. the large Rroup of Colon- sion. Sears Auaumuu Leadership 10 The individual averages after The way It 39t#.
sites tho will make the trip over Beau Jack II should add an- 2nd Race 'T-2" Natives-.6% Fgs. Classic Rellz League the play: the ton 10 a
to back their latest idol is al- other triumph to his already im- Purse: 5275.00 Pool Closes 1:15 Over Nash-WUilys Name & Team-A- AversIe a hin thi
most certain to drop the odds pressive string when he tackles Second Race of the Double 1-Stephena (Seymour) 205-4 1 tB P
and makP the betting about even former Flyweight Champ Baby I-Embustero J. Cadogen 115- Lou Glud's Sears team of bowl- 2---Malee (Nash) .., 199-88 1 ,Laoallde 0, i
at fight time Quiros in the 120-pound six- 2-Don Joaquin J. Reyes 115 era In the Classic Bowling 3-Balcer (Sears) .. 1'-11 2.Illinols 7. ,.
Both Transito and Tesis boast round semifinal. This will be 3-Bagalefio 0. Chanis 115 League punched their way into 4-Coffey (Sears) ... 196-3 3.Beton Hall .-
brilliantrmingrecords Durinmg the Quiros' first fight in more than 4-ConValor II A. Mena 115 a ole-ponint lead rda l at5-Coldrt (Sears) .. 5. 1s5- 3 4.Kansas State 9,
past four years. during which year. 5---Tap Girl B. Aguirre 115 theDiablo Heightabow ng es -Melanson (Sears) .. 1914 5. Washington' lt ..
he toured Central and South A- Colon's goud prospect Manuel 6---Sileno A. Vsquez 115 when they took over the ey- 7-Best (Nah) .... .. 1891 it .
merica. Transito Kid has chalk- Prescott looms an almost sure mour InsurancesAgeoncy team oft 8-Bates (S qmour) .. 18-10 ould.,ther'-
ed up 41 victories in 44 bouts winner over Melvin Bourne in 3rd Race"D" Nativeg 4i Fgs. four points while e N4ih-Wlr 9--Borutp (Seymour) 4 .. 1-CN M1d fo4
while Tes:s has been beaten on- their 122-pound four-round main Purse: $300.00 Pool Closes 1:45 lys team dropped one to the 10--Cypeat (Seymour).. 184- m uat e r ath ,.
d Prescott seems to One-Two P.A.A. Flyers. The scores Fri day night's a bti -S-
onte and pro gt better with each bout 1-Eloina E. Campbell 109x Sears was again hot as a fire- play:. ight and every it.,T m
This .riter thinks the condi- The card will get under way 2-Dixiana V. Castillo 112 cracker, knoc Ing out a total SEYAIOUR AGENCIES averap x-six'L
tion of the fight favors the with a four-rounder between 3-Annie N. H. Reyes 112x score of 3009, with Melanson, Itephens . 192 2Q8 207 ae t ftm Howrt k
younger rests At 129 pounds. San Bias II and Sandy Lao at 4-Miranda A. Vergara l0x Coffey, Norris and, Balcer all mison t 1 7 186 161 i otht continues to be at .
Pedrito has been able to ork- 114 pounds. 5---Manolete J. Baeza, Jr. 113 having individual orea of N00 y. 25 170 1945 0 i -
out accordingly and eat to his General admission will be S 6---Diez de Mayo J. Bravo 112 or more. Baler was high with a p . 2 2 10 '
hearts desire while the "Kid" (one dollar. with ringside prices 7-Marilu E. VAsques 114 637, Coffey second with 26, and Ba 81 8 tW.Ys-lk ,of. to,
was forced to pare off at least set at $2 and $3. 4th Race "F" Na F Melanson and Norris.having --
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:206"thewATof
o m I M s Al Am a* Quinlela Seymour bowled a very good SEARlS cob
Mc ormick Missed All -Americas, 1-La Negra C. Chong 109x 2843, with Stephens continuin Meoa1on. 21692 1292 900, h
2-Raymond O. Castillo 111 his fine play wittl a score of 60ugo1 rt. 1680 208 178 546-I d
e 3-Campesino V. Castillo 115 now leading the league with an ofer . 235 183 208 626 2i6too i q
wan orh Ct f4-Piropo E. Cam bell 112x Individual Average of 20 5. fol- Norr. . 205 190 205 600 '1 Haa little
a teams I 5--Kon ThIM C. Kam 112x lowed by Borupill with 5963. foland aleer.mann. 16 220 199 585 It d he
By HARRY GRAYSON -Gritoyle Platass VR. Gerra 10x Melt 585,ady. with 57followed 0, but their57 227 Bob
NEA Sports Editor 7-Tin Tan) B. Agurre 120 scoring was Insufficient. 1
o --c-i B-Domino) B. Pulido 114 On adjacent alleys, Nash and h--,l-
9-Consentida E. Bilvers 108 PAA ran into splitia, with the P.AJA FLYERSandix
NEW YORK Dec 13 You 10-Juan Huincho J. Reyes 112 PAA boys taking the first game Wilber .. 166 182 150 408 oi ; six 41-'
won' find Tom McCormick'sparative but dropping ofex teawo aftd aamian. 14890 17 10 51439 om day A aeght tubs n t i
eanknow teams. yet he 5th Race "B-" Imported-7% Fs. Na sh-Wilys with 563, followed Hermann. 186 220 199 585 up 's seifet- six .....l
WasNot even unnamed these days of tandng Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes 3:5 by aylo with 55, while for Morton .. 17540 162 212 5 l
the platoons, and despite the -1952 by Rath. Light V. Castillo 12 PAA, Chris t Her 35 17ann knocked 170 158 190 518 t
fact that Cowboy McCormick 2a-Hartlev Lass V. Ortega 110 out 585, followed by Morton with 57 34 18 a87 8 189 205 37 sto oo1eowuth0Ie, a.neve
went both ways for College of 3-Phlox J. Bravo 121 54............. 16 36 50 895 98. ht
the Pacific 4---Chablis B. Pulido 13 NASt -WILLY or a o a
McCormick is a comparativeng 5-ThThee Btandng of the teams aft, Marabella. 190 199 150 539 "omedaya. o ht"u
unknoderwn nationally, yet he 6-Interlude "I-" mported- Fs. erthe p11lay: tlon . 18 150 215 555 up with a r enfeet-six
as named the outstanding Prse: $375.00Rob Pool Closes 3:35 TEAM- Won Lost Jenn .er.d. 140 100 178 508 or evene igt ,ll*
back in his area for 1952 by First Race ofounger the Dble ar .. ........35 17 Beat .... 170 158 1t0g518 Bruce D s Ir
the Northern California Foot- an-Cobrador B Aguienrre 11 Nhack as ............ 34 18 M6 189 205t3 of -coure,.th me.-' lt,,7-,I
ball Writers' Association. Phs 2--SEnglish Mary B. Pulido 120 Symour.... .. d 19 33 Whatc doewedo th1 a M Ot llnt
T n a HMathlaa cOlesewsak 3-Mr. Foot J. Bravo M PAA ........ .. .16 36 an0 8 939 .88 Thet Oklahr moent.. -hou.ght a g.
..T o win the award, Halfback 4--om ord Conn enrollment 220 upers Leal J. Reyes 1150 or for a m entotbL-
McCormick, a har d-running 5-The B. Road V. Castiand he llo 120 r-ri he way. he ss T E '. *
180-pounder, topped such full- bettrEY DIED FOR DEAR OLD 6--Interlude 'A. Visques 116 afti Ameght, ou,,dbIiItyaatMow hn' .,.
Ozewskr than Eddie MSta ono land Browns formerly did his P-Mrs. Cr375.0tino chesss 114:40 byDodd of like-wise e
egMathias, joined an illustrious Andy Robustelli and Tank MRS. CRISTINA excluded from a tai dxp '
rop of past. He winners headed Younger stick out on defense betting .... Bo. t r W al
by All-America Jackle Jensen for the Los Angeles Rams, the 2-p nta coach JordanI a'

.of Californi-LaChata A. Mea and College107 machlee --

arTheully cal McCormick Tomthe les-pub- Bu lldog Turner was corralled 0. 1-Conde Leal S. Reyes 110 epollt football.
the Atom Bomb, and small schools, t 175 men.at It goes without say -Wild Wire J. Bsa, Jr. 11 dsbefore, an Iv the u cn
tiflable reason. He holds three ing that Younger was a whiz 3--Visir J. Bravo 120 '52 oac~h ar the si.c i''"' '.

P all-time rushing records at s rambling, La., College h-Miss Farfax B. Aguirre 115 to a with its N-. ..- .. AC, .andsi-I
e was considered a better Marion Motley of the Cleve- 8th Race "I-morted- 7 FMile ere's an old i TO otsIh aist
nner than Eddiark, the rMaon, a land Browns formerly dcg P e: 5.00 ool Closes 4:40 Dodd of like-wise la
uaregro halfback now with the Po charging fornevaed down by nama, the San ulBoss e s 113a and third-plaeeone b I
hicago Bears. He was draft-ranschools be' causJoe Perry for 1-Tartolo F. Roiusez 11 was as awesome Teasn tOn We '
ed by the Los Angeleos ams. Com pton, Calif. Junior Chol- 3--Pinta E. a lverao 110 fll-it oach nJord A r corn- been alo'
MctCo lorado Colleg of the new- Cardnal halfback, Chthe smallestata A. Mena 17 anpower Is one tng, what t the e
lest examples of wh the p layer in the pro game, went 4---CallmedearBaeza 1109 criterion And nobody would know m the young
arefully scout the less-publ- Bulldog Trner was corralled 5-Be ach Sr n E. Campbell 108x coaWep the fields. 1It whereis p b1ly 16ore cTall, ts
Ized and small schools, to.nV.yHarenagoofrast o w her arityc hs an Vwt 1 Or thsie hC cludingS.

ashington Redskins in te So running troug the is wearing 9th Race "E" Naported 7 F his brothers anu old in t o
igDuert ch Clons, spent his dr copkk ng rosters, you find that thPurse: 7500 Pool Closes 5:40 s enuity, and sagacity with which e hs walth that he ..
e days erback of the old Ports- Turned down by named. 1-pex B aeza. Reyes 11 command3ed the respect of his rivals. bIo t -

tesleyan. er 2-Duque R. Guerra o109 1 6 -er t Bowlpace. .
Dalouth O., B arans, who be- ball schools because he lacked -Trafalr A. SllveRodruez 1125 h As di a wem oTarTM B .. rT - r -
wam e the Detroit Lons nd ame s.ze, iY Cross, the Chcao 3-Pnorto rose 115 0Anofeis owr at, w eans t his.rides ano____h_ i'

ao FiaIos Briefs And This is whatwgives the Coachof 'the107imcUiiim@ benmave
bloct of Coloratdo College sans Cardinal halfback, the smallest 4-Bedlam J. Bravo t11nTo is th-'e t g t o the. y
S rmpetsh NwYs or ts i COC5-BeKuR.Cambllo10 criterion. And t htheobody would know more
STCliff Battles, waho tea mpeod py er t rasmte, :e 6-Pmeruiho c e uo 108 cal o less se pof h toe Tnr l o

Kan. Teahers boy. Wellng- (y UNTED PRESS) theiformat oprion.umoswiYU neve r know e S o
wth SammTuffy Leemans lBaugh to put leather 2nto Gisrl DonState. i -dp RACING. Jockey Tony De- foUevehe the'o samees to r eer ch hs e .eo -s
ashington Redskingtos in the ank o running through the cur- 10th Rae Natves- Fs. hihas an outside Tbrothers. Munn not get there on ri n i was the in- l dll -
gher echelons, spent his Col- rent rosters, you find that the ture:.8575.0 Pool Closes 5:40 akll, ingenuity, and sacity with which S his pelth that tions l
e, wdays at West Vcrgkina pattern hasn't changed. 1--Opex J. Baeza. Jr. 112 commanded the resarbt of his ri als. ..
ackr withahesPloGoundrsc-M.Foan
n -o ny-Duques R. Guerra 109x andsv te
have crashed the headlines 9-Bedlam Tis Park exonerated him of a foul 5 elli n sfactr i Ts t e

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S_ Groth Couldn't Carry Buildup ..
By BEANS BfA ON NEA Sports Editor
24 Years in at6l League o -
MW .. t Si, ee NtW YORK. Dec. 13 Dur- play center field for bi
QUE a there been e World Series B ll should Porter stumble.
more ths o n e ra 0 W eck was saying that the a;
In horse-raong history? -ill Browns wouldd be r e bu I I t Mighty few players came ,#I
n horse-racing history? -B around Bob Nieman, 0 w e n to the majors froma Tr=A.M
Paner: Yes. The winner of Friend and J. W. Porter. A league with a bigger" j
t.h ,r r .i t hennch, r Na "MNap me a better right- up than that given Oroth.
uh Brie t iSnah; N a hanG bItting 1 e ft fielder than Groth led tIe Intematla.
Man oiV mThen, of courseNlefliL" said Sport 8 r t League in five batting
camea oAr. Theoen, of m uhre,,rlk. merits, and when he o atM
eame the more famous ther- iend filled out In the Ar- uated to the American It
dominuhbr b turfhe sine ame my. Mes. went In a kid, came written that the Chlcagl
omiat tohe tur in 191t- out an. was a cinch to become in<
me20 and n to be a tre Immortal. As a center fle..
men. How many ities and "P Is one of the finest he was described as a .
Q. How many citeYales an young hitting prospects In, the ite of Tris Spaker. Joe DIM -
towns does the Yale golf course oag 0 glo, Edd = and
cover, and what are they? majors. O, 44 WU mh d TOU~s
Rober, Teare are Ney WNeman, Friend and Por- Moore. As a bitter, he was
A.er The Yale course Is. later gone to the Tigers puted to be a combination
A.t so that a player, e J id r -nny Groth. Double No kogers Hornsby and Napleonf.
out holes covers three torin Tr.cks and Hal White. Lajole.
18 holes, covers three towNs eNo Veeck apparently con- -'I
and one city Woodbridge, V.. Charley Gehringer. The. late Wish Egan, thile
Orange, West Haven and New viaed Charity Oehrlnger.
Haven, CWest Haven aroth Is the key man. If the famous scout who algned lag
Q. What were Lefty. rove's cen'.er fielder lives up to his confidently predicted tl zit,
most productive were Letyasrove's Inearly promise, Trader Veeck Oroth would be a world beatfd.
big leagues? seasons the got all the best of It. "He has all the re
big. The Athletics' soup The Is still some pitching you look for in a great
A. The Athcomp levictores' soutpaw left in Virgil Trucks, but Hwl er," he said. "Everything is
compiled 9 victories and lost age in t, also 33, is just I fair his favor. He has youth,
A1 for an .840 percentage in relief pitcher. er, speed, and exce
American League in strikeouts throwing arm."
and earned run average those Nieman manufactured 18
seasons. home runs and drove In 74 SETTLED INTO.
Q. How did minor league runa batting .289 as a recruit, JOURNEYMAN ROUTINE c
baseball attendance last season but he's on the clumsy side s -0
compare with the pre vious and not quick in the field. Groth had such a fine Jdiu
year? 'Jack Lawrence. Friend Was the Little Brown- as Paul Richards, who mz
A. The minors drew 25,319,- les' regular second baseman in ed him in Buffalo, compIlbI
377 paid admission in 1952, a 190, batting .237 sold. "M
decline of 2,306,150. Eighteen Porter was passed along by
of 43 leagues showed increes, the White Box after Frank "You can fool Johnny on ei
however, a most encouraging LSS ',u d the 19-yebr-ol1465,- pitch, yet he's stUll likely t
sign. The Mississippi Ohio -J' r his signature. this the ball over the right -1
Valley and Gulf Coast circuits -dicate that someone in fence," asserted the
set new records. icago Amnerican', or- White Box manager. "He
ton saw holes beginning power to all fields.
Q. In boxing, who was the nWw, although young PFor-
Michigan Assassin. the Illinois tas a voted the outtandin "He takes command of .
Thpnderbolt, the Saginaw Kid, Legion player whe play in center field. He
Little OChocolate and the Ne- l an Oakland, Ca., no equal in the league gol
braska Wildcat Jess Yelski. national champion- to his right or left, at a
A Stanley Ketchel, Billy ski1 in 1949 and '50. Ing In for low drives and
Pip.e, Kid Lavigne, O e ore e question seems -to be no more than one equal
Dixon and Ace Hudkins, in th.e wW to play Porter. He start- going back for balls hit
order isted. ed U a catcher. They tried to his head."
make a center fielder ot of I
S Wom n him last year. That's a tre- Wish Egan pointed out thai
w mendous jump. free swingers needed mau
more time to become acc
Share Tenpinsl -V Or ING WAS IN led than punch hitters. j
Groth broke In with a rMAN
CIOCAGO (NEA) A Wilth Groth shipped down of home runs, but quickly n
Muncle, Ind., women's team tile river, you Wonder who will tied into t he Journe
twice fired a three-game to- routine of a sustaining
tal of 1908 in succession, rolled glove and On the same night league outfielder. I
138 p Ile in '.one game. turned in identical scores of ,
os tealn. 'apd' Bail 157,, 2 1a Johnny OGroth hasn't an
:4chueir ,*bmbbew t 'faDay- Ifn' U ajb ,la fir members ped out of it In four
'ton, O., iU-Star AdI i Lagieae o a women's team scored 138 and the Detroit brass dae&
wear glades and' s bowling in their second game. It was time for a change. 'a
r l .-'1*

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Trade Not Aid

New Slogan

For Europe

PARIS. Dec. 13 (UP) West- "Le thle prop
ern European nations pledged
i themselves today to try to elim-
inate their need for assistance' TWENTY-EIGHIB YEAR.
fro'r the United States in a
p'. (Cpif_ urog firin ke\noted to
e. of tiade not aid" W ainw ri
Tjhr 17 nm Oler nations anid
tir ijIee Jr itorv of Trieste W .i
,.m ir. n t Oreanlzation for W Uw r
L,',oean ELoir.inic Cooperation
,nimolll,'.1v-' approved the pro-
*r.i which the United States
j-Tiild a4' .ihlrine in a new.
Fr~ir..ini' el a I
OFEC outlined a pioaram de- E x
.-ii'.-d in mal;e western Europt
sll jifficient and to strengthen
Tlp bonds 0o Economic and fin-: NEW YORK, Dec. 13 iUP -
n'nej ol cooperti and A gaunt and ailing Gen. Jona-
.nban.s3dor William H Drap- than M Wainwright told a
rr .1i the American official ob- tense courtroom yes,.erday at,
s-rEr at the meeting called the the treason trial of John Da:dhj
ar,.Prnent Provoo that he saw no traitors
." historic ,vent which repre- or -cowards on Corregidor in
s.-nts the first official reconli- the tragic early days of. World
'.orn of Europe' striving to ellm- War 11.
nitP United States aid There were "rumors" of dis-
Cznada was also represented! loyalty by American prisoners
hvy n observer of war after he surrendered the
countriess with formal dele- Philippines. he said, but he
galions included every one in could never verify them altho
western Europe except Spain he stated he "really didn't try."
and Finland. He assumed his officers would
The 100.00-"orci report sped- 'have reported treasonous acts
rec no time when Europe may If they had obtained evidence,
hope to be free of the need for he testified.
American aid It says that Eu- His crisp voice broke at
rope must be made economically t
independent h means of ex- times as he told of the suf-
rpnded production and through fearing that led him to sur-
the heln ot exper and that the render to the Japanese on
rlo .est 11nited Stites coopera- 6, 1.
tn willbnited S to that The thin-lipped retired 69-
erll. year-old general used a cane
err' -.b.A t.- _


Areri an

le know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham. Iinroln.

ght Of Bataan


trial of Provoo, the former
Army sergeant accused of be-
traying his country.
He never saw Provoo do
anything "but boss the cooks"
at a Japanese prisoner of war,
camp, he testified.
He did say his chief of staff,
Brig. Gen. Lewis' Beebe. once
reported 'an act of disloyalty
and that Beebe told him the
act was committed on Corregi-
dor but that he had not heard



about it until they were im-
prisoncd at Korenko prison
camp on Formosa.
Beebe told him the alleged
traitor's name. wainwright said,
but neither the defense nor the
prosecution asked him to re-
veal it today.
Provoo is charged in a 12-
court indictment with coUlla-
borating with the enemy and
causing the execution of Ame-
rican Army Capt. Burton C,.

Taft Holds GOP's Fate

Depends On Ike's Termi

- Sen. Robert A. Taft believes

Frr the TT or() States and C ac 11 W aKe i 111 U inc cuur ruum L[ne la U hi Zs niepuWLt ijj p ILy
nada. the report said. the In- haltingly to testify as a witness hinges on the success of the Eis-
disrensable" needs In coopera- called by the defense in the enhower administration and
tio, are -- firmly intends to cooperate with
(i No tariff increases and the / it. a close friend said today,
o11iNof tariffs toward a free- Kly The Informant, who would not
ergoal BrooklynLegislator quoted by name, said he
12, Streamlining of customs formed his opinion after recent
r o ed r ees Anll emlSm conversations with Taft.
'3, Large-scale investments He is a highly-respected pub-
overseas, particularly in unde-* In "W lic figure who has been associ-
v.,Arjped territories Ifl I ated closely with the Ohio Re-
(4 Coordinated efforts to publican or years.
raise overseas production of such NEW YORK, Dec. 13 UPi He said Tatt's vehement pub-
key dollar earnings as raw ma- Rep Emanuel Celler (D-NYi lic protest against Eisenhower's
t=ri 0l which the United Stated -aid today that "anti-Semitism" appointment of Martin P. Dur-
nef 6; i, a growing factor in Russia's kin, a Democrat and former
(, Intern; tonal cooperation cold war against the western head of the AFL Plumbers
to assure stable International world. Union, did not constitute a ierl-
commodit" prices He said Red-induced anti- ous break in party ranks.
1I1 United States efforts to Semitism "of the Hitler type" Taft called Durkin's appoint-
Insuie that the American econo- will soon spread toRomaniaand ment "incredible" and said it
mv remains stable. Hungary. "making a hell on
earth for the Jews."
Balboa Tides I The Brooklyn congress a n Pl
charged that Jews are now be- (onvei lI Planes
High Low ing used in Czechoslovakia as lil
1:44 a.m.............. 8:27 a.m. "scapegoats to attract atten-
2:20 p.m. ............. 8:42 pm. taon from economic hardships Bi
Sand all sorts of shortages of Manuaclurer
Celler and his wife flew back
from Frankfurt, Germany, af- I ALPHI Dec 13 (UP)
test Her a said heseek tour ofwas Europe in- Convertible airplanes, which
vestigate the operations of theclne wll
service! Mutual Security Agency, the copters but fly like airplanes, will
U. S. Information Service ad soon be a reality, the convertible
European immigration trends. Aircraft Congress wac told today.
E a Gerald P. Herrick, president of
Convertible Corp., New York, told
-TYPE the congress that the planeS,
which would make flying cheap-
1 nim ier, faster safer, are ready for
U PPED9, development now. 6


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Richard H Balch. a Utica.
N Y. businessman has been
elected Democratic State
Chairman as the National Com-
mitte begins to reorganize the
defeated party.

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Make checks payable to Cm-
ade For Freedom, Chae Na-
tional Bank Balboa Branch.

PEAL. Mail your CHRIST-
Post Office
Rex "p" Balhma.
Canal Zone.

"We know from our own data
and experience that with a little
encouragement we could in a few
months provide the prototype of
a new kind of all-weather means
for transportation and a new
weapon for the armed services
for conditions not met by avall-
abi. aircraft," he said.
Herrick said that safe civilian
convertible planes would follow
and "get the public into the air
and result in a stable and highly
profitable peace-time industry."

Storm Topples
Bombed Buildings
Across Europe
FRANKFURT, Dec. 13. (UPi-
IA hurricane-like rain and wind
storm ripped a across northern
Prance, the Saar and west cen-
tral Germany today, wreaking
destruction and death.
War-bombed buildings top-
oled and others were unroofed.
River and coastal ships were
damaged. Traffic was held up
on the main highways by fallen
trees and power lines.
Airfields were damaged, three
seamen were drowned off St.
Nazaire and two are missing
from a capsized craft in the
Rhine river.
One Saarlander was killed by
a falling tree.

Red Cross Wants
All Unfit POWs

GENEVA, Dec. 13 (UP)-A Red
Cross society meeting today ap-
proved by a vote of 15 to 3,. a
resolution calling for immediate
repatriation of all sick and
wounded in the Korean war.
The Russian and Chinese Com-

wsdty introdued.
MtA t resolution demapu.
i renta "'u .
dbiatw oease ml~tary operations
amind upstate all prisoners of
W," *WM rejected by a vot e
11 to L

was an affront k6 union miemr- m ai
bers and Democrats who voted '.Me"
the OOP ticket,~ o h groiugh
Taft 'feels strongly that the has ,be
fate of the pat .yts at stake in tfeasoni
the sucess or fafUhe of the first J tisea
GOP admintstration' n 20 years, Rose."
this friend said, and wants to
do everything he can to help It.y *a -.
As a Sehnte leader. Taft could
do mich to Eid orhinder the adm- W
ministration.. -I
Th Informant. sad Tft fears
for the survival 6O the OP4 a
major party If the New Deal LL,
wing of the Democratic party
should regain power after four
years of an Eisenhower admin- WAS
istration. The 'Jew
A highly-placed Republican, In' asked PZ
a position to know, insisted that LAO a.t'7I
no personal affront to. aft was Nat01f1
intended in DurkIA'a appoint- lovada
ment. start
He outlined three maor rea- JeS*:L
sons for the Durkin c 1e: tile JW.
1) PAAenhower wag. -oied to % t n
the voters as a nat io'$ unity Wite
candidate; the eholec d urkin Mossj
ave the opposition, R'mfet-e i is cone
the Cabinetl d grant AFL that thi
request thaA the. Iab.B;renmlont gration.
be directly repreaeiOed;.i-s- NazIs"t
29 The labor moVe n ]ftmay oApn
have "to eat some e i? as a Nsos wI
result of the eleetic.Arld It from &.
should be able to t -A. unpal- for flv
table food iore easi -ftrom one door tol
of Its own men. ..
3) There was a long.range eb- o; Ma- '
)ectlve of trying to w-tM. labor Xm1 1
leaders from the et'atic "
party, where nearly aiahvae be- High
come moored durlngtwe past 20' 'A
years. ._ -ostos

Ponogra Shovin9
Travel Film A in ate
: through
PANAGRA wil Again *how it&. ed than
one hour long film .n'Round riod utr
South America" tontiht at 8:00 .e
in the Balboa Room a6 toie Ho- contribi
tel El. Panama. crease. J
This spectacular travel film to and
in color has sound t.1A englishh car for
and admission will -be- ft' e. Pa- Chrise
nagra cordially Invites those oUday'
who missed last ._swes.'%b*wing bd...
to attend. ualy


Thomson after Thomson had
"talked back" to him when he
gave an order.
He also was charged with
trying to get a U,.S army colo-
nel to give the J3paniese the
key to the Amerlnan military
code and joining Japanese sol-
diers in the brutal beating of
an American prisoner.
Wainwright testified that
even the highest ranking Ame-
rican officers were forced to
bow to' Japanese officers in
Oriental fashion .and do menial
chores such as herd goats.
He said he and Maj. Gen. E.
P. King,-,. commander of Bataan
were required to broadcast for
the Japanese while on-Fpormosa.
,VWe w*ote the script, but it
was eansered and approved by
the i-p.a"Be," he said. "A
Japalos interpreterr folloloed
.I&.. a .vd I

lure we didn't deviate."
defense a p p a rently
tilas out because provoo
dh accused of making
able .broadcasts for the
IB. along with "Tokyo


rINGTON, Dee. 13 (UP)-
rish War Veterans today
;e.sdent Truman to spoP-
esolautItn. the Unitted
bandin- recaidt Cetho-
ComMtunt trial as the
a Aew anti-BenitIc drive.'
Moss; new -coa Oder of
,n -la fl tthe
.e ait p be

r . er-
Wo' Ihpve hbe. tdivoroed
1e.*ti" r would opin 'the
t^ ,rPal.Messasaad.

snI days

-i3 ().--The

twg P.Nglwayf ta-
the perio Dec. 24
.1;-2.32 percent high-
..aathaer ninef-day pe-
nohe onth.
j~dy haPards will
t expected in-
.mm .are driving
rtls. using the
',. last minute
i and taking
uiader the
a which

1o HUM AT TN--Wexgatt.a-t
legate charge France withe
French rioting in North Africa W
L. N. Palar of Indonesia; and I

rroccan Problem 7O PrQ e

....cesTunisa ., o.

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Dec. ... .. .
1S (UP) The United Nations,
with a mild resolution on the e--
.wilUturn today to the equallyd o h. "a
thn' ,pr)b)era of France's rela- ..
iro with WUb M1Oco. "
TheAram-SlMn bloc, which AWA= 0 &
ias been defeated twice in two -H p tRnveutl
days-on the Palestine and.Tuni- ed V.ay they
simn issues-sought to avert a dqor;-:hea:4ais: -y i
third defeat.do the Moroccan is- on arge te j
&ue by coneultin Latin Amerl- .erl to-1 s
can countries kni. an effort to oW'-p m ur
each agreement on a joint reso- i ltd
lotion before it*4s taken up by irg 0- 1u9ilt. em
the main po0Ikcal1committee la-
ter this kfe ;ar -.
The Arg Aaft ,bloc yesterday
was roundly v-fAO in the po-
litical committee, were it de- Seee
manded that a United Nations het
"gond ofJ9fisek" eqmajo be
appotited ,to astst the :renp ...,
1&n TYanlans in 'uilngo ne- 4f
otatldons on- the North Africa :
prteetorate's home, xule de. lkJAlj
ands... "
The poWIlcR c610nhtta-
threw aou.- i.t-nrmnut*
mendit- which wo
ba mentd e., it

A-n .torelt ofm ., u s -i
tfe paued- by a 4&- vqte. wit tt1ing
10 absteptlonp'i J dle of s jept 'or Aeasp.jpo

an urgentit bas11 ? oF fiftbt61*s tc
F'reinch source sa .t.. P ..a U CP :
ooverninen -plikann to drw 1 r.'tC P&Te' a
but said thisa*t11imt biftret I tyi
reted as meaning g thatnl rty fl to e
tMons were toBe 4O8W!d 'wi.eubver F!vo employ
result of the pt* of I*e po.i eo. *Al-exnder Wi..y -W'.
liticil comiaIttee whose.-Tua- sa1d Thutr~dy night that '.
slan debate France 0boyott"d. ', Sftte, De irti.nt enrg .
Arab-Asian bloc heacqttartbfif ils witihhel#t security
on the othet h and, bveve tw tl whqh- l&e 'Yaut1C- orized 'to
had won a morallO t c
M.ina the UnV d -atL op.I t; i e depaz t und-
"some kind, 9fdo' gowtlon
thus makeie aly
"nterntion.l atuea~it f-r i tl n.

Would : ... -.. .. :.e L .

Tax Jext ieIl
WAS L100N, Dec. 11 WW)
- stretarv of-'Cdmmerct-G
nate Sinclair Week said 4
the excess profits tal-
ne e earnings should be B OW
to. die net June 30.. ;'
-.eks, who wil take ovr =
Commerce. pos In the
h9ower Cabhiet, also caledw1.
a 6ut In foreign aid. '.
At a new. conference L
hi first brif ig wtr -
gng Secretary Charltj,0.,
yer. Weeks declare hdlb "
"optilat" about A
and distant Suture of P
Weeks said businessas. .
carry, on at ts pree
level of- activity," If
artz1 B after .ethu
thei" defense buildUP .g-: "A

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hluelon: If one ata oi- n ce -
I qt forty aere.- what Arean ,'t i W '
Sof fence enclose ? ,


y each of the ittl fman had
SII" t "" w
id2 WstXhi-N od g,,.,,-
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O e -u 4do.-
S, "I'i. st much to
fit r*t C- t5t*
^ m~rtime -l- In ,# Iditilt 4.
liam I 1l. t inle -. ly i-

s "tae tht a of;

e*4 wpmaati'e tbe a t hen OWUtterathere e
S was born the first -- .nle tnd Sales.
h O65. *"Thou shalt npt ste.l" Is the -th
a- "S. There -m butsS at --.untea p,

$a* tea buit it 1a. um o f titiM5 in: cfpatmment
.0 4 m. t.en blt Apt ~ Cotae
Gap@ a ,os f, tmt hM k 1, Numbe 9 &Y. diviloi J ated
I. s.tyIf^ utnet '-, .L the I nt pto$ l.ot '- ,

,u.e...l ... ... . d times i s It t0 4 r
S"- How -ag times e-o
IL SZ- e Gf ..ack QA.

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1 0V.rt a bird die f r a worthy cause, It's the
S*tary. Mele. agla Am ocans.a, proper name for
tIi -al Amierioah creature, does so each year, qt
., to bueotne the piece de tVeistance of the
\* ThgfMtSg tWst, and aW been dong .sod Mince
eefly c1 la time. Fortunately. unlike the do4o.
grm a ilk mom bird, he m.ore turkeys that bite
the 4f the moa there seem to be. \
S Tusrey are interaetog. f rds in a number bf
wtm, b'aotah. tgrttIvely and literally. It takes a
F. are bird braln, in at to answer all twelve of the
foVolaV quressibo abouiat them correctly:
.L br outhuimen in Torkey-tM a se T
All ti pa the an color-true or fatef
Se" otal-tMeare called (a) cobs, (b) quabs~
C19. M itmseys ually weigh more than male tur-
tee 4ne or false?
5. *"qI- ha e wings but they cannot ly-true
L It a .Bo Is a "turkey" It means It's a hit-...
7. A (waolte tune at a square danoe Is "Turkey
L v Wlat wal tle turkey's role In a old-time tur.
L. ". AMSlRUpa dluans slteed turkeys for their
'(5) me(t,. () e~urs, ec) (eathenrs
._ 106. I .'ti ta,,a turkey Is a .() ]delon, (b) upon,
we* r_ n. O s y *, - .. ..(c poulqtt
wiiflfltf 11- IaiavIa, a turkey s a (a) morgesbord.
f (5)h. lo (c) kalboat
af t a certain famous Aerlean l h~d hM way,
f 'enjoy? at t ist seal of r e utm. State mi ht have
't er? lookWl smometlfng like the drawing- above. fle
t & aa Npero favored the turkey, ot the eg ,. asthe
Scoos UolM bird. WWhet
"in a na I M *O
a *-.- a. wa'll '6 -" p ****..i.r-o a A l oor PJq
1 *.. ..yno.. ,y"P, *.. .

Tbe Case of 3nap Judgenut



W E'.LL give you a starting
clue in this.' substitution
crypt--N is substituted for Y.

Alp VOrewS WSIteel

. le~~da ofoica photograph of
Ehe murder Mscee. Until nW he
had Depn unable to shake the'
denials of defendant Len Purdy,
charged with the murder of his
employer, a wel-tkmown author.
evidence had been mostly cir-
cumutanUal, and without a con-
feasoln from Purdy, the jury
would have to brnthg n a verdict
of not guilty. Tlere seemed to
be no Raw in the story of the
According to the coroner's ie.
port, Marty Bradwin haddied
of a bullet wound in tMe-frontal
lobe. Death was instataneAug
and, as closely as could be ap-
proximated, occurred short ly
after T.0 on the morning of
September: -1.
Defendant Len Purdy was a
again called sto the stand
"Now Len," the Dt A. said,
"tell the jury exactly what you
told the eMicers the mornlbg of
the murder."
.W01l, sir," Len replied, "ft
ws Mr. Brandwin's custom to
tspe down to his tudy about
fixin the morningi-qad-,Work
ws t breakfast tines, flout 8
pqYtak. He would set MI No n
frw 7ad and Start to woa. Thas
"p".tl ha felieweb his. ual
a~A. After I heard alar*
in the bitche" That's

when I heard thershot, and called
the police."
"You didn't, touch anything, or
straUghten things up before the
police got there."
"No sir." .
'Your honor," the prosecutor
. declared coafiently, "I would
like to submit in evidence a pho-
tograph of Ite murder scene
ta~on shortly after the police
arrived. It should prove conclu-
sively that this man is lyivn."
Study the illustration above
and decide what the proeeeutor
saw In the photo that would -In-
d tets the 4ifet ant's story to be
*lmsin n ilJ Mp
p" *q Mppans.X snduW1g4 *L1 3

Sw thing "Fishy"
/ES. It sountd 'sty," but It's
A still true that the letters In
the following. dn be rearranged
into two new Werds:!
Cod Is s oe; It lu a eat.
What are the words?
saw spJ01 eSq|4Mtf. PUl u IJ uioo

Repeat quickly, _0._ ,,
several times: un
Dora's dr aw* ,i
tIn grew drab- .1"
bar dally. k
SGx #ick kids In J
Aaw. the lick
squid -sr. -_

jzpni[vy eto.ji uoIimdnL v .;.iuai
p.ilos tql jwq Bsau su1' I v umm
seqmuA Asp 1aa euulv. el*egIB


Lydia Maria

' A.

Magnetic Dice Trick
TAKE two dice; place one atop the other. After
Sa few mystUc passes, the performer takes hold
a of the top die and lifts it from the table; the bot-
iGn die mysteriously clings below. A howl of pro-
test will arise, of course, whereupon the performer
guarates the dice and shows them to be unprepared
in any manner-no glue. wax or, other adhesive
tiaterals in evidence.
Solution of the mystery is this: when the per-
* lemner sets the dice on the table, the top of the
rfht forefinger l~ motitened with the tongue and
Ot tI applied to the bottom of the upper die. By
p essling down firmly when putting the top die In
S ,laceIt w stick fast t.o the lower die and both
Swil rise when the top die [s lifted.

Here Today Gone Tomorrow Dotograph

B! drawing
lines from dot 1
to dot 3$ In the
upper half of
this drawing,
trace out the
Iure qf a owr-
'ib o.teature
whose futui at
Mik( 4em, hield
little promise e.
To. oow you
rr0tTor how
tbn will Pn
out 'for him,'
c nect lines
faom t 1 18
in. the lower
balf of the
drawing. Alter-
wards. try col-
oring the pic-
t i rea with

-Wh -has no
ihe:a O body,
but 'que feet.
oam at'h end
4 : emar i the
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.beglt a. o.f trod' a-xtIs .
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52-The back ot (the Deck.
S3-Rose inemek
S. 54-Raisee temperature.
eMui's sples? IJosn 55-gProeltOn point on arrow.
38-ExchagW premium.
I 17-Where wal Rachel vote
heard, we for her chil-
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A nadeletion
REMOVE a single letter from
the words that are capital-
Ized below and rearrange the re.
mailing letters to form new
words. Then use the letters that
have been removed to spell an
entirely new word whclh Is sug-
gested by the last two lines of
eath set of verses.
Take a letter from UPET
And a useful fat you'll get.
Take a letter from CANOE
A geomelrtK form 'twill show.
Take a letter from a SONNET
Vol a rock, and eat upon it.
Take a letter from ALOFT,
And get what shirkers are doing
Take a letter Ior.oi a BLUMIP,
And you will have a juicv Ismp.
The letter you've omitted form
What every dug does when he's

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IOW well do you remember this famous
S- AThanksgiving poem ? To teat you we've
omitted one word from each stanza. Clues
to mhising words are given at right-
S Over t river and through the wood,
I To grandfather's (1)........ we go, ---A
S The horse knows the way
To carry the aleigh
Through the white and drifted snow. -
- Over the river and through the wood- -
01o, how the (<)........ does blow! -
It stings the toes -
And bites the nose,
S A over the ground Wd .go. --
Over the river and through'the wood,
to have a first-rate play;
Hear the (3)........ rifig
IHurrah for Thankegiving Day!
Over the river ann through the wood,
STrot fast, my dapplals yl
r Spring over the ground
- Like a (4)........
For this la IsThagiving Day.
Over the river and through the wood.
And strailgt through the (8)........
- We seem tO go .
Extremely slow-
.-- It is so hard to walt&
Over the river and t ,hough the wood-
S Now grandmother's bap I spy!
Hurrah for the fun!
Is the pudding done? .
Hurrah for the (t)1........!
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S a party "Ice-breaker,"
provide guets with pen-
oils and Mats of the following
words. Then, holding a watch,
allow them O oleconds to fill in
wole d* opposite meaning to
thbo listed, Make it a real wiL
tester y providing that all the
words of opposite meaning
milt b n with the letter "I."
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WHERE THE SEASONS are reversed south of the equator, it's spring again in
heart of Chile's capital, Santiago, tourists enjoy themselves in a roof-top pc

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'NOW ABOUT t.hi9g things around J'abig a e Kld
Ato Humans .Wee" for ainals .to. 4bptiw .setns a"i,-f this l
angry deer at-. eeley, ColdZ:. at* Oa3w th e cominittM .

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MOVIE COWBOYS A,,i -thse fast ridin
acrdO the televisiqoscr~en are much
mtany think., At least dt'is-what Larry
T L w,' e mve after a at r .;iuw him -mt.

.ambres t^ -
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^-AwA a

After a t
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Met wrahglars to athgr
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n who conie Woie
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set up an e*MhitQf.B
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THERE'S MORE THAN one way to climb mountains and thfs ilprebablthe- vsiest one of all.
Jut climb into a ;unmc.r chair lift and look out over the beautiful Flat1iAt valley in north-
eastern Montana as you soar toward top, just as Mary Browning, of Helena. Month is doing.

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.An annex of Metropolitan Vocational High school, coape :ia ea 'A
,;jiver. The United States Coast Guard judged the race. Notetlh N.,JN-u.ldin i

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* IT WAB A .bu but hopeim week for ZUI IA.
Somewhat encouraging news came fron s.e -
ton and to Canal Company's board aof t.
meeting to the effect that they were Jag
of the rent panel's recommendation, anr .at ,.
compute the rentals.
One thing was certain that rents would be .k <
duced and that the revised rates would not po t-'.
effect until early next year. .
All civilian employes on the Zone lear
that Christmas would really b mer
four-day weekend. Direct AMf U theitlQ p^
the order closing do government oflae
26 for- civilians who .worl tr the Aran;, W
Force and the Panam Can4. .
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tional Pede-an Mpl ea
PanamA Canal Cogustalouary worku. oer W
U.S.-rate ate .utof taok overt r pal thty
earned during the pef 2d from 1*34 to 1 .
Following the *sucoetl -example set by, A,
policemen, ad craft groups, who sought
ed back overtime. the commissary workers 3We rea
quested attorney Donald J. McNevin to prepare their

Meanwhlle, a year-old suit of some 1h95 ta-p n
residents on the Zone. wb sted the n
of the law with regard to eod o ts
be heard here, and a udgaMitnt ed iM7
The new developments c e. about b
Court. Judge Onfuthir P. pe c ;d 1= to 1
quality himself to sit In the ease. and |ai sP
plaints filed a ecud sut ing to act-al
amount of taxes pad Income during 5. -,
A motorceyle o Charles o Litt.,
filed a suit for- $5.2 d .h.which te. e
suffered when he was crowded into a cum-ijidnt-
jured because of the .-iartea8nb a of .ther Balboa
resident, John ClarenMe-.aIch, a cable aplicer. '
Alert apectators at the Itel Washlnton swimming
pool were reaqpsbla r Inx the #te of a little
American boy who alm owmed there.
The child, Thomas 1. flOc3 fl mont-ad. was.
spotted floundering in the wrter. He was immediately
nulied out, and first aid as well as qxvgen were flromut
Iv admilntered. The chM4 was taken to the hetInitA
for treatment of shock. HkM parents. M-. and Mrs. Wi
11am J. Knox. a Cristhbal customs guard were 'both
near the nool when the accident occurred. -
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The collective blood pressure of Canal Zone emulove
vehicle owners living n Colon slowly asme back to
normal Tuesday when the Ministry t Boreiga Rela-
tions ordered Col&n Mavor .reA D. Baan to dicard
his plans for railohg the license tax for. those em-
-. ploves.
Ietaxan had lasnped to bring the, rates paid by Ca.
na! Zone emnloyes up to the level Of theme aid othOr
rel-'rints of the city of o Con phls $2 lto r as.
oreweMr. selowihg he DYP. Pm=-
1' Ib;w afIeirbl at the weiaes f GOLhiLta rI'fhw
.'. vwho b4d reme've a beet fromi t OrIbaM', *ikv
OCur*,4. the MiAistrr tOderammed 0ta r M-
este, e eaer-cim 9ef dew .0 the *EFlma..*-
nsent between maw and -t h Ve IWSUd.b*
Had BaMnb ple* tbeeoat gte't It a v ldd h*e
mernt P'Imos* a 00 wor reae 1urs9e eB those rea-
dents of Colhn who wrk fo the US. gofwnmeut Sd
had bevta r--ustomed to paying only StM# t
lic-nes end -'"-tes.
"'e-* ** 'of 10*5 lt"w' "-'*tq *4 VrhmAntAd
I 'e-r~i tcT-"'7 1Sa mrale In both .*nT""i4- p Co-

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Aisn O onuB-wment bw P- 4m'. C'oants'ter Ona-al.
Ne me de GObarro tnd flr oee% to nred 't
that mome than AwMA *w *n e m tr-e'tn tin
Pr ft between a e4 Ch"I*tf'--
Oharrip aid Jab Iwmed to w 'off Pq ft f**t nmuion'
1t2-(0aI Intenal "*Af- fSMDie of ylheh h- bass.
P. aM stOne the f- -t of th' rafli ** I'-' bv te
er 4 of tls ne-
Thus total was:- -* to 'o q "nO V0 '-h wI *. Is 1
to poveranumt *orkerq nu Cb-, 'mas Eve sd to 'be
estimated Nl00AWO w**-f will be trama ftr*n w-
Ingps sad Cribrtqswq PrE--tp. tn m f w *abtaal a-
perts the beHef t *t b"-'-8-s -"" mt i tIaW saot h i
the arma-tiChrnstas t.-un it c'id last yWar..
A trio ofI,4psa oeftrfters, who planedto Ins--
date the country h hands of dooht iUld"o
spriau.-aQtas and. dBmar blls were mnRabb"l .--
amA City Seere: Polte Investigators after .patient
The investigators nabbed Manuel, J. Urrutia. Rober-
to J. Wright and Pablo Vega. all. Panamanians. but
failed to catch a fourth man. said to be nm Ambrican,
who.fjed into the bushes of the Hollywood shanty,
towit loaeI d b-hind the "'-t'-rm Stadium where th
raid wds mtie.
The haul icacuded $SM in purious one-balboa coins. -.
40 50-cent pieces, 42 25-cent ats and pprot that- the
counterielters planned aep to make countedt~ t.

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council passed a bl1t autheorlmag their f ae= 6
pdited a rspal'tee to arrnge for aaete
to be*Oagrt iMn NB.
AetlviY In the National Amsemblv last
ed: passage in a sdeond reading of the
m6n' stmainistration's budget eNquest for
.7 and at p -M - mm. -
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Ryd- 100--Border 2-H tree tree
.cartbon 191-Seed for 3- ide 44-ncapable
i... Otulth birds 4De oftransf
.?:.. ,.. .2 .. 03-Cerium 5-Hakrd 4--Country
Si"" ; '- tS- l dioxide- 6-CathednbM- between
,..nie.-Weibt yciofTlf.t and
gokf~' .. England. Indi-
.i*.0d lb-Cat 7-Duration 4--Delight
:M liqier 48--lCtiS of
S kqliUter i-- Ati -rloth. .
-"e I fii 1i .-Hase- rodent. 50-Cuitodial
M.'- me Wet 10-Take by i--Wpoleo 51--Excite-
Schoice fabteri .. meant
S. ..2--Drag by 11-Bramlian 54-MMarin
..force . .55-Cftypf
1-, t1-C 14-iiedge .' 12- Epany Java
'par- row. -13-Atten4 5t-Bill Mool
A -aOng 24-SanBdpiper 59-Urinearthly
tool ---Sur ing 60-Marled
~ : .Ta..--1 "t"-f-Utaeral ., .'striictur ,with
'- -79- .-V ..t* . .. ,7'123---Shaiot 1--(th of stripes
i l Wblast Italy 62-Staring
;i. ,12t 4 s --Ekclud. IT--Mountain 65-Native of
Tsw +tJ' .*^ kwru i4--.mniiet ing -range of a place
-eii "-,tib, Ike ra.". t 127-Vain Turkestan 67-Flushed
S 'oiti 8-Pf-,rsat .fa! 128-Voided q.t- I--Vetd 68-Negative
S,8 sTiet in iU. cuteheon 25-Active 70-Pulpy
47-B eoi-" -87-Manner 129-Animal of 28-Defy fruit
ce'tpatted l -Theater Made- 31-Relieve 72-Succinct
4Q-Enfti ea. box gascar 33-Carriage 74-Rekindle
-. 80-H .-pSift 90-Trouble 130-Sorceress -34-Defeat 76-Ice
S.. ". 91-A dv.yirf 131-Not any 36-Bit pinnacle
being 98---Layers 132-Fruit 37-Concord in a
-r "- ." 8p0- -Prickly 133-H-ose 38-Amnaner glacier
"W plr" orce 40-Early 77-Bird's
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ft MONTH. IN O4VANCO _____ .2



As I sit around the Club House,
And watch them come and go,
The tides of ZQne humanity,
In constant ebb and flow;

The varied types of man and boy,
Of matron and of maid,
I take both interest and joy.
From the colorful parade.

Though I claim the rhymester'p privilege,
Maintained from days of yore,
To criticize the passing throng,
Let's hope they worn bi sore.

The bard must have his little joke,
As everybody knows,
And take his fling at other folk,
Their hobbies and their clothes.

Observe that bunch of handsome "Gobs,"
So nobby, neat and dapper; -
With ample cloth in each trousers leg,
To more than dress a "-Flapper."

'Tis.a noble spread of canvas, mates,
That swings below their knees,
And flutters, flaps an4 papitates,
Like a skysail in a bret...

I'd liketo see the admiral,
Or arthiWe, or tailor,
Whose brain designed-the uniform.
inflicted on ihe sailor. .

His head was like unto a pin,
Or his faculties obtuse;
Those garments fit like a sausage skin,
Just-where they should be loose.

Now, normal pants %will taper down,
From the waist line to the feet,
With just a little extra room,
In the region called the seat.

But the Navy in its wisdom vast,
Just gets things up side down.
In reverence for customs past,
Lies credit and renown.

Then the dinky hat, wirh the turned up brim,
Of microscopic size,
Affords protection rather slim,
Tn the alare of tropic skies.

Sixth j.untiness beyond compare,
Ir fits. his rakish crown,
r..: it's only fit for outdoor wear,
After the sun roes down.

But. be his outfit as it may,
-We all admire the "Gob";
By land or sea, by night or day,
He's always on the job.

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maub ea orthi f1,er. -e
WASHINGTON. Inside reason .Wvly General to te
ElmBnhower sent his apologies to.the ft. troops r *
which wwre, kept standing for Ispectlon ite .
Korean cold was because aft olerz.ha4t aI .. ouw
had ordered the men to wear OreulaS Id .-to p
winter uniforms. try .t e
Dresa uniforms have no ear flaps.ands.as a'
suit of waiting two hours and fifteen l auts aJa,
bitter cold, a lot 0f ears and nases wert" N elt
Naturally when the tropsa.sAW OtheW t tortst thi new
nondresa uniforms with iar.l t S w were.
Dress uniforms, there wasre-
| isenhower hWtthe ee wbi- 1
had happened, sent hIsal. a
troops waiting. .. t" y w
iMdes.t -tne Otmer When i1 ial Wilson, week W
:was. up at the front wtth aOK i.he saw- b.lg War
theoa shooting tracer bue t e of a py,
"What a&D these little -d th*u
new secretary of defense,w M
lot to learn about defense to
hard way. "
Mee his son, -Ma. John ofr vit4 to:
rea, ie told hini he ceer
President by buyt Mra a 51nta
In Seoul. Ike sueptt,
bedroom, while Vman -.st
O. mar ln d at .
didn't conulder it be or .-ke mAmllo .
on the stret, bet' e boo.;
venedto OleOe Os
eiae ilw, incidely, gt p ed,
more.than any other VIP 14. lt.'.
asa result ofhis wn m pa
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AW) .- William P. Rdgers,
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AWL S yet named to
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M !fed and the
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tiert Brcwt13I, Ir Boers
-famous Repbutanu conven-
a, armed wIt his informa-
F presnted Ie cane be-
upiatlon committee to help
t tide ftr the General. /
ogeat of .the new EIsenhower
Iha been tagge a "comer" in
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hibited the asking of any informed question.
Worse than that for the reporters, the con-
ference was loaded with representatives of- ve-
terans groups. They turned the whole thing into
so 't of a technical debate with Gray over vari-
ois sections of the report. They apparently had
seen the report beforehand.
Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers (R.. Mass.), who will
be chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Com-
mitee, had a front-row seat and almost took over
the conferenee.herelf.
She started by addressing Gray as "General
Hines," aaretly mistaking Gray for the man
who had been boss of the VA before the war.
The high spot of her presence was a long,
r-Irited debate with Gray over Jist who had or-
-dered the report under discussion Lb the first
pl-re. Theft was n Cdeetlon on that point.
Oray again used a unique public relations ap-
nroaeh to the reporters, whlth had faile dismal-
ly Pt hbls first and only other press conference.
When one Tould ask him a-partlculady pertf- *
nent question he apparently couldn't or didn't
v nt to answer, he would walk over to the man
r nd pat him patroniaingly on the head or should-
er. In his hauky voice he would address him ai"
"my boy," "my son." or "young fella."
Most of- them have been in town a lot Jonger
then he has.
e ended by elaborately dodging the question
of whether or not he thmught he would hold on
to the office under the E-senhower administra-
imutsna s mwr sme rs
Notesa t the coming inauguration:
Most uS t* I aItil In alUne are already
bookie Ie "M rqpw chud. AMd the Phila-
defhlat hmwe to get requests for
*swae. ntotell #re demanding cash in
T's h;anmittee ha. et a aal of
x0 Aa1) l." :ee by lorl businessmen.
It VwI be re'tl-e of parade seats.
h raugural headquarters is now on a 24-hour
shift -...
you've rot -to have apena Invitatoi 'from
te eammlt reet, Ube i Ia ,-$aO for a
S to the b ball. lbTheiwsa htwe o And
b ea lac aixer cmo a atea to ave three
rthls bo. tzhe = tdfr JwUvitations
Sr ets 12wa sat for the offi el t

'"tt .ey are
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S-feeN t Mal .

MaIM= tha ae

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Sebffs When he was a sh
lie newWmA .-ee ftf ,
The Th*: "MUasi for Lovers Only (Ca-
t C: S. a. Aster luated h4IO Aft- Dtal) -with.bjdbbir hett 'strumpet-
S" elttill the roove .. .an w
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r atas mad fhl testIlled: "Wer n.mke a

,, .- ,-- .- i-; --' Rse.. an Ci (la u 'uma)a n ,barred
~ 3-^SON" ."mevr.tay, e"r. IS A_ r .l

...e." a was mI aru "mnaae.o" et ..,weeks
9. b I Ie. e hpt p nUtte himp lap Ifs Uady ead
s ut" aM: "I th* t y me a head f ladmneb. New
ver tbe death t nhoms OW ter what wa've writ- could youes me that way? I was ver Eate
46at the Uht. .f ," ehackied the wrM- and that's why didn't play. I wasn't epped
were 14- a "Iu II) able to afford flv ing l a.hotel!" at alI".-;."I have friends ver there," was the
'-4TfOW explanation, "and I believed them"..."I. have
aof iTe o ledahew: "Dehar WW: Here's one for fiiends.. said Sugar (trylat to disgise hIs af&-
h to fil Car- vur nette. Isa 1938Q young man was editing ny), "who, for years, wasted me that yew are a
-. hi0 s- Ba in oourban Readn nan. heel b I didt believe them n new!"
t e- ap b be a profession news-
d ,a ihooL So he wrote gor The Times Square Crele: Dade Cowuty, Florida
See- to.gthe leading efVtmenOft the day. You (Miami) has a new ordinance prohlbittng males
k thod OG1y two of the ijtaw tit to an- frem wording In female apparel This meas the
o' SWs l better. Or was you, the swish spet won't open. There'% ahe be a curb
w ast i reprtbt wag lw e moss. Re- on strippes...Tom Ewell, the star of the new
Vw te aFPreported the mielsen radio rat- mas, "7 Year Iteb," jerked sedas in an Uth Ave-
S nasl-sO mU. .WW Wa No. 1. Lowell une drug store net tee many years age.. .Agnes
tU o a "4, N was Mo nBeatBty's 'News Jllbastoa's sentence containing "Irrelevant": Ir-
S ..l A (4 t-MCe), a new s wa edited b" televant never foKets!... (Agnes, will ye. and,
w' he atl te -i t. those. ters 'n. '38. His year party y leave quietly?).. .Dring the
j (t gIS Cb&3 Igmagine'is. keick reading last World W ntle now word "Clnerama" was a
fa l4be A .ae ofS ilh30meateD staff." segabited code word for "Amerlean."

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Ralph K. Skinner)

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A remarkable step ahead in
agrculture for Panamanians a isi
taking place In Divisa about 134 .i-i-
mis from Thatcher Ferry. Ak
the police booth there, there'.
an entranceway whfch says Na-
tional School of Agriculture and .
Theie are a few a r*t ns .near-
by. "" : -:": "
Many like ourselves may have ;--.
mistakenly assumed that this
vwa-; the entire school. It's not!
This is only the headquarters.
Th" main school with Its largp
plant and many modern build-
1'i e. as well as residences, shops,
btarns, etc.. is two miles distant
on a side road. A strip of land
a half mile wide and six and a
half 'miles lonq bordering on the
Santa Maria river is occupied by
th school.
Well worth visiting, the Na-
tional School of Agriculture is
training 80 young men. to -beZ
cor~me farmers in the best sense
of the word. Some of them. it Is
hored. will go on with their ed-
: nation, and become teachers of
f arming.
The school is under Panamkn-
lan management with HUlde;-
Srando A. Luna R. as Principal.
SAll the instructors are Panama-
Snlans, some of whom have de-
~tee-, from U.S. colleges. But -
there are also four resident,
American technical advisors a.
SDivisa. all highly skilled profes- Enter here, and in
rior.al teachers of agriculture.
American-in-charge Is Carl D.
Koone. He works directly wi",
,Luna, but has the general over--
reeuig that all the work of the- e-A,.
s,,hool falls in line with the .M ol s No1
standards which have been set
'-," ti jointly by the two govern- SNA wtm '
rents, US and Panama: The SUNDAY ff RE
Foint Four b as. only been in feature PIOa "
thp schoOl for one year, but thq th Ne-Ntli4" a h o h 9 .
Ssrhool has been in. operation
i nce about 1940. re t echangeme 4.i i t A hil.
The students attend the school tt"i., whS" ..
for three years absolutely tree of y V"."" 1we .
charRe. They get board, room. n o.._itn "
tuition, laundry, books, pencilSe Pala.in t I
a nA paper., etc. All they furnigh ln tbe hr.etM -e t the
1: their own clothing. r.Beeatsa the stAry ca
Aamisslon 18 by competitive a- etaieed. at O.
examination except that "an ec. I, *O e .*ts. 4"
forl i made4o, ent it -b el g ,
Irom al Mljrov i Mt.r. h ag
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least ime: -. r
Basfe tl _.qrmple- *gr .*
Coming within M5 e .M t-
18 .i 't it e s r .reive" .Bt
X. At vha tdha t uipst.u
a complete tree. -' .a rgB '*
goot Chat..Mr. Kq etraiph and
Some of .ther_ maOy. aftted would do with por lel"k .
,co States-osdtgio t ,fad- ne. the direcdors atat,,.
.culty. le ttai te regu- n the flrgt year the ad
Sir aa le 6gffrm arf a Pan- et-"titensive courses 8 oo
\ amna- h ho lcoqi t gmt ercial -fleld .crops, .lpe-I IF,
:\ o pn. t Io I_ liere Is turage and marketlK.
.. :. 3 fsweekly itudy the ptoductUn l of r
Vof sec train- re,'siftar cane, Meld beansu
ing. I wj a., the farm .peas coffee tobacco and pea-'
work is e and in addition nuts. Also they learn of tihom
to the regular required studies. gardens (as against commercial
This makek busy work week, farming) and raising of forage
Setting the bpys up at 5:50 in crops for dairy n4d cattle indus-
the morning and lights, out at trn.
9:15 nightly. Classes on Saturday One of the interesting aspects al
morning, too. of this Divisa school iq'the in- on
The agricultural courses are .truction of Its students In farin
sufficient to give graduates a mechanics. They learn elemen- as
good theoretical knowledge of tarv plumbing, electricity, car- e'
-' ~farming -and farm management entry, masonry and black- .mi
supported by some practical smithing to the polnt of beln iw

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