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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00234
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aill of the Trap. rO wd which power system of canals and wat-
M .nder d... frfom tai Art t cir- erfalls. 100 persona had .to a-
heIninest al n6w and bandon their homes as most of
of in te ferM r* nteis"t the town yent under water. 0 -
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wa annrmr e per- wd Ih #.eed ardnaI Compfy will be replaced by local so
-the Itu concert a t ae w ttof yve Feb. it was revealed today in answer to ac
%e ten oila 15aminutes,a l- EighttaUbi trat Forferry ramPonomer Ar
ot; sudcence had gone I. as a 0004aed IMner United am mern.an
tamc1 0a- Sti,00 NorhA U'tlen fast- Y The change-over is in accordance with the new
ws today tt Itur- t i ourA late ot- Ptla policy to replace U.S.-raters with local raters in
wairamef today that Bur"i after tIid blew her-
r 1ew !are for ahis hoY. r7 con- m autampton dP0 i A heavy shower of rain and categories, wherever feasible.
V ellst. V1ta theater, -.l-oppy waters at h Itde ows
rniht'C r eawere IIIIsted as the probble caspI I officials aid each one
Sa total of$00 for t Cran ncol re, the doftwo a t operators will be transfer-Ry
.he'drow1nn of two aeM-
rees Paama. ii at and eayternoon behind roon the Locks Overhaul Divl-
in .01 tookm la o ver .e.. sc4wmuNrt -.4 tedwayeaftrenotnibehindn.-peviosly
a income tax over .us rt ptIn NorUrldin opposite the s- at the same rates of pay
mentetook iwo pr t o th .1 p gl palac. ",. were getting previously, 59 U
S wo per t on th need -for a period of one
0a, g). fu causing a 4 e boys Bergi Amaya, .r. Y News of the death of
Y_ 1t of Singh. Jr., both so- mond It Burmester, reti
Ste .revapue col- iig. e ld were eoq-rade week 29 Motor Transpor- nal employ.?, at. his ho
' rteits d to whole a t t.o tiwe a f Panama School.. tog Division U.S.-rate chauf- Hendersonville, North
._ ae 0.R 111coaU hino hol at 3:30 p.m. also received reduction in last night has been re
1eronta g$F ei. chlBnot > irn.'nraia started to al notices effective Jan. 1. Mrs. Roscoe M. Collins, of
Serf earninP P. i y decided to. take a ever. Gov. John S. eybold boa, a sister of Mrs.
Sramp behi nd the dered the termination action He wa 5 years old.
S-h U ,tAe ,( ented uaGI each of thei men can be
S' ."" dr" .ea of all A43'. traferred to other departments Mr. Burmester. a nat ib
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STOCKHOLM. Sweden, Dec. 18
(UP) King Gustaf Adolf's hat
vanished while he. was Christ-
mas shopping in a bookstore,
newspapers reported .today.
Another customer mistook the
royal gray fedora for his own
and walked off with it.
An aide de camp hurried to a
hatahop next door, grabbed an
armload of gray hats and took
them to the king. Gustaf Adolf
selected a British number and
liked it so much he ordered two
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Saala las Is coming to
town f..lit aly this year.
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ish h.'aiob had been due
an tii Christma.s Day,
is "-iata: lihad of schedule
at Cie tebatnght.
The. _p, .mied by the Ly-
ons fWf of London, is car-
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kobail.
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attended high school. Re'.
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a shop boy In the
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turning to school in
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19009 he was employe.t
machinist in the Me
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as gauger ip the Oil HazWd
Plant In Balboa. He was
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until his retirement and jerv
as machinist, crib foreman,
steam engineer. .
Mr. Burmester had be.'n nos-
health before his retire
year. Since leaving the
service he and Mrs. BurmisI.
have made their home In
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death was received by Mrs.
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Planning Gifts,
To Los Lajos Kids
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Las Cumbres, are to get
mas presents from the n
boring community.
Saturday afternoon Las G i--
bres residents Red Joyner -lld-
Bob Byrd will be touring thWti.
community collecting e a, c ..
clothing, toys, canned food knb .i
anything else which might make A
Las Lalas kids happy.
Monday the results of the col-
lection will be taken over to the
Las Lajas schoolteacher, who -
will supervise the distribution
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND PUBLISNED 1V TNH PANAMA AMERICAN PRESS, INC
POUINDOD nY NELSON ROUNSEVELL IN 1089
HNAMODIO ARIAS. soiton
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rFLEPHONE PANaMda NO 2 0740 5 LINEIl
CABLE ADDoiES PANAMENICAN, PANAMA
COLON OnlC l2 17f CErNrmt AVNIJuF BETWEEN 12r. EAND 13TH STREfrT
FOnSIaN REPRESIENTA7VES IOSHUA R POWER INC.
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LOCAL aL
p NH I 70ANC 20 S o By Vietor Riesel bro w ...,
om sill uONM'J IN ADVAN CE 1 50 2400
,orn ONr many year ovn ,s n eoo S aoThe angered outburst of Sen. 'D W
Tahf against Gen. Eisenhower --n th i e
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THU READERS WN COLUMN which seemed for a moment to
have cracked the Republican orI.i,.ando u la nd d..i
Sgo a machine in Washington even be-'
Swk wIS ftre it got started -, has touch- "
SM I r; d off a running fight which ap- 1o n.I g abit of.
Spe ars only to have begun. ; w9 rtr .. b ut
The Mail oam is an open forum too readers bu The Panamamer- Taft's resentment over the ap- "a t"acA ur a-A
scan."Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly can,- onirntment of the AFL's Martin i
dential manner. odet npatantthe Durkin as Secretary of Labor is T1I 'T'l to
It you contribute a letter don't be impatint t dsnpp he matched by the bitterness among you_. .ls -Wt e
S met day. Letters are published m the order received some industrialists who waited hoefll- f
Please try to keep the letters limited to one wp i length. inur years for a Republican La- i "
la t olour years for a Republican La- sieet
Identity of letter writes s held in strictest confidence. vor secretary to use little known
SThis newspaper resumes ne responsibility for statements masopinions powers which can rip wide open
S eapessed in letters from readers to public gaze the inner workings pacie- ap iad his office nftrou
,of all American labor. lanI .. Office. ..M "r i- -- 4
S-.A i..,-.t.thr
DOMESTIC-ANIMAL DEPARTMENT Tnese powers. buried deep in t fi
the virtually unread sections of
Ancon, C.Z. the Taft-Hartley law, were never b
ana meri -Nused by President Truman's La- .,
Dear Editor, too Secretary. Maurice Tobin w_
I wish to convey my appreciation as an animal lover and have i dynamic fellow who grew closer I
you know that through your kind help we succeeded in finding a to labor than any other public ..
home for the entire tsmily of cats that was doomed to destruc- official in history. 3 -'
tion.
SNo they will have fun and laughter around them with their Since 1948 business men have t
benefactors during the Christmas festivities rather than the ever- awit for the moment when ,
Slashing silence that surrounds those that go beyond. a Republican appointee would






eeor Etoo dig-ut arom ity anidlo rI- I nw t it
More kiddies want more kittens. Has anyone sie agot or two di up this aut h eity and e-
m that are gentle and used to children? veal the personal inances of r the s 's a. ;-




,hasey ears dn t ea e an E.therulteosldli o at h aoMD. every top ilbor leader adithe unS
finTOS ciodetails. Initiation.
SEDITOR'S NOTe: Call the same number as min yesterday's news fees d ues, constitutions and *
store Balbon 2870. I yourof een age kitten needs a home. by-laws of every union, -
THERE IS GREAT NEED IN OUR COMMUNITY' The en two weeks ago, the in-
M Panama City dustrialsts saw a man appointed
ok Mail Boxthe rhu we ou not just a friend of Is- bimA te d tr gt e al rl
Dear Editor: mso o cth. r but from inside labor it- iC lda c
The Salvation Army has launched an extensive campaign this Taft lashed out. They were .
week for toys. clothing, groceries and donations, to eliminate tne quie But in the background ant we f .
gloomy approach of Christmas h or the les -ortunate tof this cor- i some off-the-record talks g ho y .. a
unity. e er preparinlt to pressure the A Ba O. oa
For many years nIn this and other lands The Salvation Army l administration into pre ertetto
has served as trustee to the public who are willing thare wtn iew Mrt init Durkin into u ingring

or those In need. the law callfor the filing with ii.'4111
to have a sumptuous Christmas. Yet. its only those who have to f non-lomunist affidavi mtsc r".e 'Feetliern Eop ye sBt ng. n' mhat l.nY Pg teM i'hle i
Already one th udorods oflpesoulplesom a or m akin l pacns lte ereetar of Labor nt oly n
work with the poorer classes would know the great need there is but of secisl union financial re- hudeh d ,
in our community. Crowds of these People are comingrdaily toB.porta as were. d po hltOOtotti
.put thei names down for packages, but thei hope fr e can oreaH.. arm .date p .oito rrntt hent'
sonly be made possible through your contribution to worth- iRpcficslly It ey.sh tat these e.-N_. o ot p
stion andll owanes of the WASHINGTON- A -resife t-alc Esen- uolte firing, hp takeshis ca to the Board eyes D t te 'j.e .
Pleaseadondlldorget the poor will alwaysbeewithus.YOUm heharalreadyeaders of teh ower h, afirin takesteps to cut the red tape of A.p" and Review I n .hingtoanotherdon'tie f0t w B. w
send your contribution to Box 3356 Calidonia or call Tel. 2-u0N4 lstnun and of any other off- He ha said roay times that he does t _m iai
lendyosee dont b tionethoBoxwill sualwybei aytreeprincipalleaders of each involved in fihing federal amployie. orl eW
Panama City. All contributions received will be acknowledged cHr or agent who wans more the mass said lb 't o en.o cto Street.erg ta ho.
from time to time in the press. Share what you have with the %ar. $5r000 a year. eto matwole eo-mhfor Rep iatns. th re t e te eh,.
T da oe otnn n ha $w5 ay ear.Heti teeoeon-ar 1 they
oor and sen ha truly haopy Christmas. h arThe law also calls for a como- the present itrig procep- one of- the m cot comm Andaftret
Thoee i e ci the Analoft edanee I oe o t e into st ftc the N v dthet fthe y
Any tone who would like to sponsors a poor family may con- lee recital of the mannered iy and cumbehome operatinas of te gov ernment coiu t afbr more litigaation. a- to'f,
tact me w or.e b hhon e orw ritng ooff hand agents re- adh shhotol rl ovrhthuled. -ro lhnwrh-Mbow ta oefple age ar de .A 5 i
.Yours for service d erred to were elected or ap- hi opinion il h all sthrcntaoinubUlc-tatIot otheegtta taostiaaaeg06010f st .i n5 Howi k fuggon
M. G. McDonald ointed. The "atuift asks f77 full aThist4atop shareJ Il. d.y s ata~ens S ltaysoing t.hd-.-nS "wat
Senior Captain. d lt. on initation. s, dues, as- t~ ienlesfii
e -eled I h T B aa to b e .
R UIesments hquaemonos and rstre-s ml ildr igo#etm d jic ctqn s orj the r vte6obe arranged allep
MDRIFFS ON MDDLE-AGED strictons on mebershin m In themebspogemhp1't~ he cen
MholorF Oe o Dl-aEod union; election of shop stewards, Membs .of the group an his Oml tot notice ve e
To see you" o se ydet ai.l t T ey
B. It. S. girls wearing leans to school is not a strange sight such money detail. Rockefeller.Theyhave l i eO d he
an fo as we are concerned. It isn't a crimes of he p t andwa Mest ihr t, it asuks for Ton he # ri n '.m i vl s.im me e e -
SWearing high buttoned shoes a thhs oa tut i esato mn sIOonm hat. oits
far as unironed shirts I'll have you know most of them are r on-bargainil ldemad Md- ti, lml e t p uit w t ih ooii....
-ed. (Your dresses look like they haven't been ironed after you tiDns Ofme dt fet. y ord
have rn them ll day too. Put on Yourspectacle and see sis- lsn to strike. the tob. Th will he eml s wtuTt.
oS e d el ta le d is th is s e.tro u b - .a.rum o r e t ;"5. .
These old ladies who wear ten to twenty slips underneath a tit reuie tu union a Accordin to present 8 Civl Service CI- it would hay been cheaper tohave-kept the-.Mll Pr.
to n sdin w r ifn dot t s ua to l e on l a. ularly t emloye on th a troll ad 1thia. home b 'us!. d/d nocopie. efJ
W6Dsrl 7C le..,-5Prhd.3S mlangod to make for the rest ofj.t eee o.... -"t-
W e know w hy the girls dow n h ere h ang around the clubhouse. a t ak o -. -hi r e ,' ... A d mt r t ... ..C
'They don't have any other place to go. What about the laines Obviously. t would open the Ad that's.where kget in tr I. r tea id
who go into the commissary with shor ts and midriffs on? They lVgresdnl atito ntooe n t h.te i blenht th bN el e"o th . .
tM aybe you aren't guilty but look at the ladies before you B ut there has been no disc u nsion. D eyar e surtoam .-------------W a' ..-
look0at the girls. They are our examples.)T rut th s n i u hey are sure to fight remendations to Wphhigtoeiforo d1. Ie d e. W.a
on't judge areSH.s. girls by the exception of a few. af th' action odMf the laW since afr igetra ll P l . rat a tte o tedfem e i
ulA B. H. S. Student h. da early in Matrelap Tobin's oI- poymolit. than h.aafde, hene era costs Uncle A
-- coontet reaction of the department when oare vetea .
we all went over and asked to T1Je present" w sets up elabo'ste f1ri And It' broader than the foriyw of- rmp lie:-aimte h~ifl to un fo
R D C OSeokPit.)ther finawo n cil b atemefllf machinery .Tt 9f th litter Ialhati with 'p reference. OAto p ofI L1q -t*oi'b
REDUCTIONShas well asthe non-Commaunist so compsur perio iL cifsr nonmany agenr1a lav VA .
de m'atoan.inkto PhlyeMals to procedsreso i
Through the Mail Box may I make a prayer that the Gov- With the d grac harm th eam,_ i ......... - .. -
ernor of Canal and his top assistants mak. no more reductions Characteristic of T .oin he told th e ,nfmsf a i ii ii i i i
or changes to lower grades of Canal or Railroad employes until sn that thed r the s.h t n e wIrh a am. it for.the ve. k m- l 1-a le
afte Ctien polwldeiy to keeb these he Is goingrdAll'aplethe v
It Is a shock to get such a Christmas present. and it could le s e to n ew P bi ae n d e p Itit he .em .leave qolr ty-l 1 I t .. o n be ch l l
be postponed until say Jan. 1st. even to newsmen seeking them almost "Wipp01 .. iiato et
If this reaches Governor's eyes. I believe he will hold thing, [.ci feature iWeces. I i;h cv s c a[ ..i
twMoraleeeskLow. thatt, but the VOlly remained 1,gpa ldfflces. If itiat U ng, wich is an) p I .
Mrm After a while we all stop- elaherte affair, comes !..with a .ling -spite.
Answer to Previous Puzzle't..

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?He is 2 Poultry L9,A mo kin, head of the Ans Plumb-
following in 3 Exclamation -oubtedly rle es lhsice To The Republc ns wisely beta 9ided not that w -e h ,

13 Tell America (ab) If the industrialists expect the ouUook for -: 2 t work th_
14/Interstice 5 Summer (Fr.) 1AlFulhie u ops-e'ew AIae
15 Paint 6 Shouts ne.eretarv into reveridn this pl- owntr ... o !


Episcopal VA 11 There won't be the intimac o
(ab.) John Steelman with John Lewis: ,
4J Sign of the -w h resul te"I
Zodiac of the $1.90 rob, wa1W od,
52 He plays in eyed by S tlmon Oa lWal ow ms
many Wbith Mr. Tman because ie
Pictures de was made to hn L.
55 Corroder aptore election (wiUt Ad
S58 Transported -evensons kmowedge, by te
57 Legaislative -WV i t h. T.,.
body -There wel-t be sayiit
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:0ho an-A Irbi- a platform on Uhe back with hih
i r .. handles for the passenger. I-'s

.... T Irresst i just e Tha real fiver
Str a...sry with a novel set of zoo blocks


op a an o 80tatL.g a cked so that the animals peer
'the trail of l it n" n d omn- through rages. Theae young-
sr, "cuhnrry agria. an sters wl also enjoy newly de-
,g eight the a combination news-signed hand puppets and a oco-
Sei ... "" 'r' -'- -t '' ot 'll_ *r stand and da diner motive that blows'its own hub-
S." K 1ttWith ov erI tile a p Alla these de htful toys are
V eteS" d tpeh de3r eys asnd J* B O'er Is ust a tasty sa pliang of what's
40L Wo o ^elTd s ate b Instore fMor Christmas, As an
... roe. w ghrll A rt aArive assistant Santa in good stand-
Sdolls whose Ing, ou'll be especially intereet-
mm- No Io wi t a novel o f s zso bils
SNO .tb lem Cla b N -40b )a ,x |. ,-",-elow or the same as last vHeaVs
M O..-' n '84ie,, DolaSstill s turn t -".:to. *p, and construction the t given ex-
: pmtit t he tooe their u of- C "".'Greer has accepted tra play value and quality.
.sters i4 ft enooy their deyes a*
to a n n't en h t as chairman -of the Merry Chra tmas and the hope
rodo, ho held. peys a e ommitt. e, Canal Zone that you won't go toy-trtty
may e W rien Red Cross, trying. to decide among all the
o rI" W ab "~a talk in foreign William G. D lan, tempting playthings.
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b011 bo Dh ae Clbd 1 o.-met- r lages that dou n it ewo r

teik and attrre roe yblo n mienat u e l a rwih emhs o ed si came her In
tll i L the is e ver -, f .ntY- t lrest iln h at they a oer hf u year p from Dan- cs t n -
Felo r* An e xqdneb.s.-t .ov t iir yes oa* s r- t Tpaemployed bv theaL a
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-as P artye ot toe iCenatec.'All mt f the prefer nYo.ou turn elour attecat tt heAerMr Cddmintstra-
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a .h . soaln Cro, ,ee. n rr
Irets. afn yesterday by arow at the d 17.._ Weneest Tw," chdir; yot'll"th flatest e na
loty lor zs o r wembera, ThO e reerAr h..sda-y eve-
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action free. Perfect for walking, stooping and sltting dug
to its marvelous patented criss-cross front which give
complete freedom of movement and perfectly flatten.
your stomach. Cut low on the thigh and in the back tr I
give smooth slim hip line, and high on the waist tr
no-roll incurving comfort. We've sizes and styles for Al
figure types.
Sarong Jr. $6.95 Saroan, from UJC
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IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON7
NEA Staff Correspondent
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4' HOLLYWOOD. (NEA' Ex- plrational book about her daugh.
1 c elusively Yours: Big buzz in Hol-|tar. Mary MacArthur, who diet
Swood's loftiest palaces is that of polio. Random House will pub.
a Gleorge Murphy is being groom-il'sh.
ed to succeed Eric Johnston as
president of the Motion Picture
Producers Association. Next big-time ballerina to be
Murphy's diplomacy missions imported by Hollywood will be
for Hollywood have far oversha- Violetta Elvin of the Sadlei
dLwed his acting career during Wells ballet. Gorgeous Violetta
the last few years Johnston. it's ass all signed to co-star with
said is eager to step down as Clark Gable In "Somewhere I'l
movie czar. Finu You," then backed oul
Jean Simmons and Stewart when lawyers advised her she
-40matgeKr are denying the stork might endanger her relatives be-
flash from New York. But Jean hind the Iron Curtain. The role
S"tn't denying that she'll skip see- vIwas that of a Russian girl who
ing -hubby's celluloid emoting gives away Stalin's secrets.
with Rita Hayworth in "Salo-
Sme." "I don't care," she told me, COWBOY'S FIVE-SHOOTER
S"to see my husband making love
to Rita." Glenn Ford will star in "Five
Sull9ts," a Technicolor western,
Adele Mara and writer-direc- for Producer Alex Gottlieb. Alex
tor Roy Huggins will tie the knot also penned the yarn-the story
attartnext April-when Roy's di- of a man who enters a western
vurel is final, town with five bullets and plans
to kill five enemies. Alex brushes
Here's how salaries have nose- off the "Why-not-the-usual-six
dived in Hollywood. A top femil- bullets?" query with:
I nine star who commanded $75,-
000 per flicker a few years ago "Six makes it routine. Five
asked $50,000 for a current film makes it a novelty."
stint. Her agent grabbed the job
wrhent they offered $10,000 cash Casting suggestion to Colum-
and $10,000 deferred. :bia: Aldo Ray for the. Sergeant
SO'Hara role opposite Rita Hay-
Starlet Jody Lawrence's mo- worth in "Sadie Thompson." And
other, Eleanor. is divorcing ner while you're at It, fellows, check
third husband-Col. Stephen Ne- on Bob Mitchum for the part of
ro. Korean war hero.. ..Colum- Reverend Davidson. Wis party bit
bia just signed Roberta Haynes, as the character has.been a Hol-
('ary Cooper's co-star in Return lywood howl for years..
to Paradise." to a long-terin
contract. She's ahead in tht. run-I
ning for the role of the Io.av of Brrrr! The chill between Jen
ca-:,' virtue in From Here to Eter- herrholt. whose definite transla-
I lit ..The Nan Bachlerc Cn U- ton of Hans Christian Ander-
It's contract list is Piper Laurie's ien's stories has just been pub-
couin. :ished. and Sam Goldwyn. who!
Droouced the wonderful Dannvi
1HEY GET AROUND Kaye film, "Hans Christian An-
ders.en." Jean refuses to cuorm-
rhe Willhe and Joe" films wdil ment on the movie despite the
become a series, with adventures f ct it's a big hit.
of the pair in the Navy. :h. Air'
Force, the Marines and a' Ox-, Onod news for makers of fen-
lurd. ',nine headgear. Lana Turner wunl
%-" .ear 17 chapeaux in "Latin Lo\-
Alan Wilson's definition ol ers." the biggest ad for hats ini
Ci inerama: A new movie process a lone time... Micke Rooneyl
that will make Katharine Hep- has written a film play. "The,
burn look like Jane Russell. 'Gravy Train." It's a comedy wi:h'
-- 'a rLce track background-nit ,.'
Dick Degner is quipping that torv about all the alimony co!-
he'. going to take stereo-real.st'lectpd by his ex-wives.
Photographs of the three-damnen-. _
s.or:al "Bwana Devil' so hp can.
S ee. what six-dimension looks Oh. no' In the Broadway mu-
Slke. i-ca. "Hazel Flagg." Benav Ven-
i. ta will play the role that Wal-
S Blaban and Katz theater; are ter Connolly made famous in tile:
after Nick Schenck to loan them ',. rc1e Lombard movie. "Nothi,
SVain Johnson for Chr.tmas.iacred ... There's a movieI
The%'d like him to do a singing-' -ait-ne for Barbara Payton in.
Sincing act during" the hnOlld,'y ,ri. but she's insisting on"
seaFon at plenty of moola. .o d American dollars-..
Frencis, the mule. grazine in va- I.t francs.
f c'tlon pastures these davy is
S oittina on the poundage to U-I s
nrm. Que hundred and fifty
Sv"nds overweight already .. TAGAROPULOS
SyHayes is finishing an ins INDi'STRIES, S. k.
Phones:

1002. 1003
No 4041 Fco Boyd Ave.
j Col6n. R. P.

o FRESH MILK .
FRESH BUTTER
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SInspected by the
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HOME DELIVERY.

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makes a sparkling, pleasant-tasting rem-
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moothe your headache. Not a fztivq.
am repeat its use without Uhative '
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,'-k. "..City hjgh school's

mwl be held on the shool
ft. ndo next Monday at 8 p. m men

St vald Prescott will direct :3
Sit Communi ty Band for the
'mental portidn of the pro- Pa
"gw while the school's g Clt
accompanied by Mrs. Violj .r
tee cAma M will be directed by Ke- tec
S ence they O. o.rffith. pre
Sim f perts of the program
oi o tman war. handled by Miss Alethia -
fr lirst time in sixyears nadl e ss
:heo .tt their .home of John ,idi ,,o .
unboaer's secretary of State. '-
bower could hear informal-
sluition to the Korean wa DrE wt the
Sto the President -elect.. Ms H .S iriat
sKoea either tohim or to tbS S r ..ion,
.,ro ,mels al btaff."
hisn s eu. ao ch, Mapc-t" ita
gowe- n ew ideas e i u, u hn .Aitring
bi e t o rean war, won nI e i nu M. =sens.I versatile.
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ZeE x otm, itiated his v,.wnueaeoh e e concerts morning ht 9. O and ahee of the season itself.
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Y .0 4L! h rim b el I de E ftu uz e r T h e MR pra u R A I >o o
jf CZ06LU deUL. p 10 s Epro pra is MbD oft i ve D iti C Wo rld tre mid p iad New Year excite-




So d f ro1 inb oa iigScari battei*aSIn u-orita. eP. sery- our. new i ne L ingere ... ton .
ri t .ve.h ...........Altimesethovened iann th Pacific he L rinkeep her happy all the year
pld d ,a .,A. LHebrothets, one a deMcon- hl tli .C QMvadfy fleto the They t l.,whrl, rustle and
bl a "uUar, w e 1, .Vu Oun e- .anp saw ac io n IRV the tlWt Kia od'ltad the St a-L h waiting
eLAU I4$E e Carnival Jest frornVlana, ie 'dolghtihr
witones lAAh nt d0 "LLL.A u Alegro widely, known violinlto St.la ke, vAe a on-Saturday in todnn w ~Wh a ,the glamour
'' i thave bo p a eared In concerts :horing't o tnd gaietyh-fthe season Itself.








'MeaPUuanhsA imlr h k and isa fidate In for... they pay flttering
wi&lroMmnskrot because h wa rcollments to her apwn.
wL Aaroi wose o shp ap- og INTERMI rIION s o oIf at no fmWorld pr mfell.
n.e.aAi#iaaeru. hu/ President i I dreams come true!
ato oth e t e soio U. a....... R .do s .ScarlattiEaxciting-eRda will ba cadiened bce Bishopce..
.A.tLMI wciw i rtia 10.,vet "*, ... Ina ,e.... ... Al b a. serv-iour.enew,hMea ngeraed...dto
NM* b. oh ae $1 .............0n keethovn edwil hW P66 Ic"Ae~t,& war.keep her''hpp all
adeuerte B ayn--. p"11 a -oicyofteU- Re Ared. csaweajq int fres conor everyunMun-ladies-sizes.











e il woQ b The meeting marked another ForcesA Service Center.a service o l.eavwetit St. ngeter'. sunday
V-0 Al n'lnmoelrnri n.i no nalti nd s dpn a-
fC-e teb abuah a ,, n a rs u rasu, i"edn to te ate .a. 'c_ -_. to makea
j~l,: a"uei fi,---,ii ..1G. f ea,*O .l.l O p.W26 attend f.re c .chumanarg4ee. *a-ve.of:j 'ontlle, Our abd.of






a ous.t. Aukab ,uAegedrofrom -e womanza-tacherzno F coa,, maw br up In *hoes. the
ommh a e a at..ty A tearing appointed

President a aide noe dreams come tRSel




icosto- o atar." ..
om .W wyeare The price of adisin will be t. Sm0 Church, GapboaHe
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eOtai Society
)f Canal Zone
leets Tomorrow


The PInama Canal Zone Den-
Society will hold its next
meeting at the I. S. Army Hos-
al, Fort playton, tomorrow at
30 p. ai.
Dr. R, F. Bennett, D.D.S. of
lo.,Alto, Cillf., will conduct a
naift periodontia pyorrheaa)
e vntnpt demonstrating a
;hnique f6r uwe by the general
actitloner.


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Car and Liability Insurance "

ALMACEN SALAS'
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The Atlantic ( Camera Club
wanted iW irnt color salon
uonday- 'th.over 100 slides
itwed in the cbmpetition.
,\ e slides were sent -to the
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m. It W' ni ma*&t lessible,
through the effort, of"olor dlvt-
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You Sell 'em...When You Tell 'em thru P.A. Classifieds! *.
I.cane ous, Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in '0. 57 -- "I" Street PanamR
No. 12,179 4(entral Ave. Col6n

Lewis serTice Salon de Belieza Americano Carlton Drug Store
No 4 Tivol A. -Phone 2-2291 and No. 55 West 12th Street 10.069 Mel4nde. Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n
SPropaganda, S.A. Minimum for 12 words
rrin' Agencia ntrnioal de Publicaciones ." Street corner Estudiante St. eah addition word.
Fourth of .IV Ave.--'hone 2-0441 No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 achadditionalword.


fOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS. COMMERCIAL &
4HElh1l I11l0s-1 FDo you have drinking probleilo Gramlich Santa Clara beach- PROFESSIONAL
SWrite Ak lool le Aienymous. Set cottages. Electric Ice boxes. g a s
SSALE D a .., -O FOR BETTER USED CARS 2031 Ances.. C C stoves. moderate rates. Telephone
.*-ceaI dc,:.,:, .-' .T. SMOOT & PAREDESD G- 6-441 Gamboa, 4-567 Pedro Mi- Ito sOS n oore to protect
F,:" Q" .-iaonc,,' Ploce Your Buick & Chevre:et Dealer ul GRAND XMA SALE: -- A at bar-e adbt oci
IO : gain prices. Presh tecks Philippine l and-beautif. toacre t
E -,boo E .: FC' SALE -- 1951 Ford convertible Retaon and ehoegany furniture. Williams' Santa Clara Beach cortages., l
FC cr t.iE -.:u c.i ghc u- Gc. C d..o. t.1Many extras. e,' Large assortment Chinese novel- 2 bedrooms, refrigeration. Rock- aln
-Call rea..:nobre 077-1, Willram,., ties etc W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of gas rangers, Balboa 2-3050. with -
SciB. aP...cE Blboa. phone 2-2686 July Ave. Tel. 2-2446. PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The MT; o f 9 TOE O TOE IN To E.hT ANTIAIRCU A0 g TILe B a
--- .. .... ,.-' FOR BETTER USED CARS BOXERChon Sd Dog H only court in Sant Claa wh an lot 13 are, lefteAd to righmt,C ap i. _-og e- l On R 1the.
i,...f.n U .... ,, r.,d "ar' ,SMOOT & PAREDES r. t'. Va Porras No. 42. Tel. 3 Oceanview rm all cottages. Ses becoratlve and durable l, also of the WAC detachment, and Ml dR
Dru. L. E orhl- FOR SALE Cadlc 1952, Scrt CHRISTMAS Trees, Ornaments. barbecue and shuffle board. Pan. k for descriptive folder announced at.a dinner die at Hotel M an s t .,
.e r E urun Cou- e or-dc. heater, showroom Lghts. Lowest prices in town. Cla. amra 3-1877. tAorgarita 3-1673. and color chlart Miss Oesan wa born in Panama City, ld reeal et .
Pw-i c-idcn Ei-.1bly priced. Curur.- El Agula, S. A. "M Street. Box No. 435 Balboo. on Via Belisari o Porrals. Bieas OShgteh i sbese e _


0b880E _______ pl__tAsS ____oo rn tfrr1r bar.r. .t abut onjg-ntre of the A O- My Xoa- acd A Hp Ned..ti
Ser l 4E.Phone 83-7235 a- e ra i 8artanbu rg, S. C., an d ias mess or the WAC "
IucL ued o I e - .-.1.o*- Perez. Veterinary Surgeon. Via __ __ _ TeL Th 0 re fluali.tseraitd rie1 of fv
FoO ALE -950 Buick SeCdoncie. Porra. No 42. Tel. 3-2113 H er o ru mitted the.contestants. Judges re:l ee nts
I.O l t r,- d o ..'hr ,l : t. ,,on. asI0 c P ppe,, $ Dancing Feet for the HolidaysbIe- rnder hn Kramer, p d-t .. .W ,. del .. ..
,.-r. r P.: ,blr T.d I-" c.aer.- complete. Duu nor -o The management of the ARRAIZO- Merry Xmas as and m A Happy New ._ S r a mern n nd el
Ir. .... b'~" n c. -B Heri .C' 0 a NA Ba i and Restaurant is pleased Year Harnett and Dunn. Po ERN SO ...... a
FOH S.QQOOT & PAREDES, S. A. o announce that through the die- GEORGED 0 AD. EBARB, JR., H.., -Hu- M'E rlh oNFuR .eoTvRoom view e 7. ,
r c ceLc re, ind-;.r- N- Bo t wheve l offer day and ,night service, ropraxis Corrective Adjustmenit ofor "Rerv''ie weer Te.P E -h
: ., :. P-co ....'- d 6FOR< SALE 41 Buick Club Co beginning December 22nd. bthe Body Structure. No. 11, 7thoreUl ooll enl .- .-
Pc CtIE mn .9d cn. a,_an- d lew management. Rooms with pri- to 8 p m. By appointment. edP 22 he D Tr .h..e- ary



c Ix-ll Pna 3 rter .3 m.." .'dsoondyL-n- -- P *OE R T C a Rio Fner9S. Tlphoano doer 23 mi RE ht.m- 8am H
cd., Dublc ,e p FOR SALE.-1949 Fords 4 door.. Per,- yvoe bath. Excellent meals. Spring r"t er ,A
S' Hol'C luotern'oilber Bureau fece condition Good tires, sear time cold. Real comforting vocation P option Offered
FO TL r:lere. X2' 00, Boa ..co rs. duly paid. $1.200.00. for all living in tropics. See your
s,.:rie :5 1-"- oId Anrcan ,d S.OOQT & PAREDES. S. A. trol agenPt.g WANTED.- Expert manicurist Ap- The play."Oi to Vorl ce, of the theiaiw .bumies of love thrirvi-.
rr 6ih'bu T.( BS~iug ck Chearolet he ho ply Salon "Bernardo," beside Ho-. 'p t oaxterl S. A A .Turtle"Istarts nowherle, prceedseo ings to IAp





-. -o l rpe nhe Xmas r& New Year holiday Oere tly ESolonPa eronarma ae i ll .vseldty Ho- tf.S er a ou.A
Sh.-A--aLr-E cL--l:-i C.IIR.adito- FOR SALE.-Dodge pick-up 3-4 ton For the best in covered buttons, tel El Panyama. forhree wanted betches up no- rh mte wf ttuc
h r -.l l. or S1-. 19-r Body rebuilt of hecsy rc.. belt:. eelets, small, large for show- Fishing Compn has opining forShippigmoving.storai he acta
Cci ri',.-r $3.: wite a --n Coall S.ururdu 2165 after p. m er curtans all colors, button capable bilinguol young mT We pack nd rate or move L night's ne-l oue at to t t
r.c Pa Cn b tinanc d. hl hemstitching. Visit EdificiO ~aoung lady. Must hoveohad long anything. 'Phone 2-2481, the Diablo Thoieater W rmly en- Year t
Lu, East 341h St. Apt.106. experience in handling C-,nesptn.- .e Me
-,- FOR BETTER USED CARSnnangrespnd-Joyed this jouypt 01
FOR CALE C.roe SMOOT & PAREDES HOLIDAY JUNGLE JIM JAUNT toe Spanish nd English, in -2562, P amkf took In the ocm o a lo o iye ii ioi.
0'f'-- e Y h our Buick & Chevrolet Dealer D ,rien Sponsored by Hotel EL ar ro la n rrs from ha s. Arline Lincoln, ,Bob o a it
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dres..g. table ; etB atI,' win r Ie o -u 1 19 FordeTudor.De b Dt ud ro e- swork. sambiton and honesty are ooth traveling c ompn- The 'o g
3 cDleDrefugerator. ,rcngT e l T D u go1"b C ll aft e 4 .- cember 28. Fishing through the A ing own hand-' iA nso altl thr ee torcatl -thet- erii aSd e asn t.f e h hs
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RR A.LLEe -,949 English Ford. '4 .riive Choco Indianse, hearing previous odfunl ls ashrIl". toeilldI
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S-ders 2 O new point, few crocodles., lack light hunting, p Sus positionsW also ager ru. civil 1 .2 of ramb"e author JhnV Dru. script. ie n wI in
FOR ~LE -Webr.ie: Chcago 2, tfire. 1dut, rot paid i475.00. cruising up the Sombu r,,er aboard istat. etc. Initial salary $120.00, Sa ray:n ew no. ten org t id when.r be: wrote c-LensfttbI ,r
cartridge amplified er. re OP liiC. ier SOOT PAREDES. S. A.l o m 's Pescadora Brle ng old right person. P. 0. Box 264, Ad.- te oers to alTdcse dad n.hesa deavorst
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chep. P o.tlate AoRoad, No'ro ston. Special rate to clubs groups. 'FOX RE NTd.. . I s lnottheein a ilt e Te
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R SALE Four rBuick & ChevelelDe td Travel Agent. Two and five roam furnls.i .f4 tstomb ow ofahL tu t a dleS
r S L e 9unlurniheo apartments; prive t' elm-.Keests.g irLh. -if o01 ,aol
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Two Pohks and Garage. Phone 2- tires, perfect mechanical condition, FOR SALE-Used tires andtube pity-ondrwneevCo.eat
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B1 RICHARD KLFEINER
NF.A Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK Dec 18 i':EA,- Sci.ence 6i L'lunlng ahead in 11:
all-out "'at on the \iole i Mir. Ine ILinV trouble-makei that
cau-ss .irlph p, ifd 'rca_;es ns polio and the common cold.
So f -' thl, '.il. i's still ch nlp li i. s i taffling, in facd. that
ftobodv 'rI, kr.,-v..s whether a viru' is animal, vegetable, mmne nil
or chrennal inr;hlir or nmt il i- al'. exactly how it does its
dirtm work. Ano. c pilainl\. nobody kno..s how to conquer it


It' erO, Ii) ,clii.l.Atiiri now -- -- -
the %it couilnue 1it .' inimp LDITOR'S NOTE: The sub- ?. -.'- "A "
Iciet.ce '..nen i- eoniidpr its microscopic virus causes such :/. ": .
size. Take ,ha: old .iano-bs. varied ailments as. polio and ,
th, ean of p i s the common cold and those
venlent yarcldtiSk. You car, place seriouss "Virus X" infec- :
25.000.00000 polio iruse onthat lions. But just what doe sn- .
pin-head without creatmi a ence know about the virus?
parking poole n what ibings done to con-
But aon't contluse iruses ..ith And what
bactu'la. The aceirage bacterium quer it? This Is the first of two ..
aCtEla. The average bacterium t articles that answer those .' "
Is p giant compare i,..,th the questions. "" .. :
ivrage. virus. beiln more than questions. -
25 -tiir.-' as large Science can I .-
le( a bacterium under an or-, pi e.:rs living tissue as a target.
dinars mici scope. it can't see i out it isn't too finicky about .
most viruses Science has learn- what kind. It usually attacks the 1M .
ed'that a ticterium is a tiny substances between cells and is.
Drfnisnsm that takes nuorlsh- therefore, an easy target for
merit and reproduces. like larger bacteria-killing drugs.
Drgoninsms. Selene., can only0
gucs and theorize about the' Bit the virus doesnLt sit
Ir^ ~ . It invades the cell itself, and
The electron microscope, which even seems to become a art po
ounces electrons off viruses in the cell. No drug, not even an
the same way as radar bounces antibiotic, can follow it that
radio waves off an approaching closely. and most viruses are
plane, gives scienc.' a rough idea thus unassailable by the wonder
Df a virus' size and shane. From drugs.
there on. however it's every Virologists liken these virus
Scientist for himself. Inversions to the Invasion .o a T
Some investlgator.9 think vl- nation by an aggressor army.
ruses are animals. Others think The virus breaks through th
they're enzymes. a chemical cel wall, then wrests control of
compound. and do their mis- the cell away from the former
thief chemically. There are executive, the nucleus, Aio st
inny other theories.. immediately, the nucleus is
Besides different from be- purged and the rest of the cell
Besides dIfferent from b e- o lls tfl agauns dra
ria in size and. possibly, nature. begins following the virus dL-
viruses differ in their opera- rectons.
tional procedure. A bactrum The cell may continue to une-
Sa bpp-go-,uk -, "tion, but it begins to produce i,.I
viruses instead of doing its old N ro
js j ob. In about 15 minutes, an in- ELECTRON MICRIaSCOPE, which measures parte 1 small *s
P1r0is rcaugti davading virus can transform al 1/S,000,000th of an inch, bounces electrons off v to-:ive
Raaio Programs cell from a normal unit to a science a rough idea of tiny kiler's size and ape.
virus-producing factory. For a-
Your Community Station bout five minutes it turns out serious 'Virus X" and allied in- fuses to cooperate- it's taken
new viruses: then it bursts and fections. Birdad-spectrum anti- years of study to be able to oro-
IO G 8 4 the new viruses are released to blotics have proven somewhat duce virtses in the laboratory.
attack other cells. effective e against certain virus And many still cannot be cul-
at-tc dliseaoes, like smallpox. and pos- tivated artifically.
But, tl.o virus is choosy about sibly virus penumonia. Other pftcul'orites of virus
Whoee 100.000 People Mei which cell it Invades. A polio If a virus gets lost, and wan- ml:ake them difficult to guard
virus, for example, wouldn't be ders into the wrong kind of cell, against, through sanitary means.
-Presentscaught dead in n mouse cell; it the effect can be strange. Some exist for an instant, out-
must have a nerve cell from a Trey're so built that most can side the body, others not at all.
-- human or, that facing, a mon- only create their disease in the They enter our system through
dkey. specific type of cell they favor, direct, quick contact like a
Today, Thursday. Dec. 15 There's one virus, called horse sneeze in the face or through
P.M. Bacteria a nd viruses, of sleeping sickness virus, which the bite of an insect, or-In water
3:30--MuslIc for Thursday course, produce different dis- produces a serious brain disease or food or inhaled dust.
4:0u--reat Artists eases. Bacteria causes scarlet in both horses and men. But it .
4: 45-Bob Eberlyv fver, blood poisoning, tuber- hardly doe any damage at all in Most viruses, once in t body.
4:30-What's Your Favorite culosis. t y p h o Id dysentery other animals." J st the opposite go to work slowly. Measles, for
5:30-MEWS (Agencias Auterl cholera, gnorrhea and su sthe herpes frus which kills example, has a 10-day incuba-
canasl' odds and ends as bolls. Most of rabbits but usually only pro- tion period, meaning that the
5:31--What's Your F a or itthese can now be licked by duces some unimportant fever er po r noted i,
B Contdantibitcs blistrs in modn. after exposure. By that 'tfiie, the
6:00-FADS AND FASH IO0N a t ic This one-track personality is a virus has a firm foot-hold (if
6:30-You Bet Your Life big stumbling-block in virus re- viruses have feet) and- it's too
6:045-Lowell Thomas uVirus-caused diseases, mostly search. Ordinary laboratory ani- late for ordinary therapy.
7:00-First -Rehearsal (BBC, still untreatable. Include rabies, Inals 'are not much help In the late for ordinary therflp..
7:3wt-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS yellow fever, sleeping sick ,I fight, beca ,se they simply can- rently science's. toughest' prob-
REVIEW influenza, mumps, measles, Gerr- not contract most virus dis- lem.
":45-PETRONIO PRESENTS man measles, polio and the eases. Thq viruses of polio, (TOMORROW: Science vs. the
(Petronlo Tallor Shop, common cold-plus those mys- measles and the common cold, plleo virus.)
8:00-Short Story T h e a t e r for example are strictly for men
8:30-Music of the Gay 90's ndiana publicans Another difficulty is getting
8:45-U.P. Commentary supplies of virus to use in tests.
9:00-The American Bookshelf W u FiAs . "
tVOA Tould Fire 1s, 2nd '-h. accommodating bacteria
9.i---Eight Weeks in SouthF can be easily grown in test 1 .
Africa iBBC' tubes, in a simple nutrient
9:30--The Music of DonaLd tial oPosimaterI dfltid. .But the fussy virus re- OWL SHOW! 11


Voorhees iVOA .- ...-
u:00-Dance Music NEW YORK, Dec. 18 (UP)-
10:15--Musical interlude Two top Indiana Republican
t0:30-Moonlight Mood office holders said today the1
l:00-The Owl's Nest new administration should fire
.2:00-ign Off all postmasters in first and sec-
ond class post offices and start
in roenr nizinin th, po vntm, l .A.i.


Tomorrow., ryia., i. 1- F D". ,--
Au"m.uwo r..... .7 .... with a clean -slate.
6:00-SMrn On and Alarm Clock George N. Craig, governor-
Club elect of of 1 ndiana, and Rep.
7:30--Request Salon Charles B. Brownson R-Ind,
2:15-Morninr Varieties made the recommendation af-I
8:30-Musical Reveille ter a 20-minute meeting with'
9:00-News President-elect Eisenhower.
9:15-Come and Get ItI
9:30-As I See It They' said they would seek,
0:00--News congressional action to "un-
0:05-Off the Record freeze" the nation's postmaster-'
.1:00--NEWS iApencias Anierl- ships, most of which they said
canasi are held by Democrats appoint-
.1:05 -Off the Record 'Contdi ed over the last 20 years.
.2.00-NEWS iAgenclas Aimeri-'
ranas' Craig said the present post-'
P.M. I masters got their jobs 'thorough:
L2:05-Luncheon Music .political preferment and should
12:30-Popular Music be removed on the same basis."'
1:00-News "They didn't obtain their jobs
1:15.-Personality Parade .nder Civil Service and they
1:45--Lum and Abner should not be allowed to re-
2-00-The Old Chisholm Trail tain them under Civil Service,"
2 15-Sonesof France iRDF hlie said.
2:30--Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands I Brownson and Craig held sep-
3:0t-AIll Star Concert Hall -,rate news conferences after
3:1):-The Little Show their talks with Eisenhower.
3:30-Music For Friday Thp congressman said the
4:00-Music Without Words Civil Service status of first and
4:15-Casa Loma Time '-cond class. postmasters "has
4:30-What'. Your Favorite been a snare and a delusion.
5S15-FNGLISH ON THE AIR- "It was a blow to the Civil
iAgencia Steer- Service itself to freeze these
5:2t'-What's Your Favorite ren in heir jobs' he said.
'Contd' i
5:30-NEWS iAgencies Aerl-' He said Congress probably
canassi Ioul act to "enange the situ-
5:35-What s Your Favorite nation through one of two
(Cbntdi means
6:1'0.-FADS AND' FASH IO 1 0 N S
b:30-Ricky's Recoro Shop "One remedy i.s to open all
6:45-Lowell Thomaq the jobs for Civil Service ex-
7:00-The BBC Bandstand Pmmnations on a competitive ba-
7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS .is for new appointments," he
REVIEW said.
S 7:45-Hereconmes Louis Jordan
8:0-Reouest Salon "The other solution is to ad-
8:45-U.P. Commentary nmit it has been handled politi-
9:0---Storv. U. A. iVOA. c.ily. and to conitt,,ue it politi-
9:0-London Studio Concerts cally by repealing the present
BBC, 'obsW
10:0G---Cavalcade of A m e r 1. a
i VOAtI "I agree with Governor Craig
10:3--Adven tures of PC 49 tThat there4 should e a clean
fDBC I -s'.e~p of all these postmasters
l W-l-The Owl's Nest v)th which action is taken
/ 1"0i a.m.-Sign Off would d depend upon the recom-
-mendattons that are made by
mpisaaytion of symbols Arthur E. Summerfield when he
A-Voice of Amerca becomes postmaster general.
IC-.- tiw s .r oaad c a s t ini "It's his job, and I'm sure he
1_-.w will clean wp the departmentt"


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IEthel Smith At El Panaom,


Other Stars To Arrive Soon


- Asked recently if the Hotel El
aRnama had special plans for
the next few months, manager
Joseph R. Cunningham said,
"we have a lot of interesting
plans. In fact we're harpy to
announce a ... .well, call it a
'siiaraurst."
Nine stars are lined up for
the public entertainment in the
rear future. First of all, Ethel
Smith, Metro Goldwyn Mayer
trnd Decca recording star, and
first lady of the Hammond or-
gan arrived last right. The
amourous musician who is also
h sophisticated comedienne.
will give a cotcert )n the Patio.
on Dec. 28. This will be her on-
ly performance In Panama.
Russell and Maras, yo-yo
stars, atn performing in the
Bella Vista Salon every night
except Tuesdays and Wednes-
days.
Cass Harrison and orchestra
will open at El Panama on New

Duchess Of Windsor

Holds Top Spot

As 'Bed Dressed'


i W YORK, De., 18 (UTP)
The" Duchess of Windsor was
banked -the best dressed woman
In the world today on a Li:t ex-
panded from ten to 12 to include
two "late starters" MIs. Ma-
mie Eisenhower and Mrs. Oveta
Iulp Hobby.
The 19&2 poll, conducterl by
the 'New York Dress Institute,
announced that the Duchess oi
Wir.dsor headed the annual list
for the 10th straight year.
Newcomers were Cou r t e s s
Crespi, the former Consuelo 0'-
Connor. one of well-known twin
.'sters, Mrs. Winston Guest,
Mire. Henri Bonnet. wife of the
French ambassador to the Uni-
ted States, and Mrs. Elsenhower
and Mrs. Hobby.
Mrs. Eisenhower's ability to
noll a winning number of votes
seemedd to stem from the growth
of her own poise and style sense
.Once her return to America last
cuminer, the institute said.
The order of selection was:
The. Duchess of Windsor, Paris
a ad New York.
Mrs. William Paley, New Ynrk.
The Duchess of Kent, London.
Mrs. Byron Foy. New Yolk.
Mine. Louis Arpels, Parts and
New York.
Marlene Dietrich. New York
and Hollywood.
Mrs. William Randolph heart
Jr. Washhgton and New York.
Mrs. Winston Guest, Palm
Beach and New York.
Coultes R-odolf o Crespi,
Rome.
Mme. Henri Bonnet, Paris nnd
Washington.
Mrs. Dwight D. Elsenhower.
Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, Hous-
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Year's Eve. With Cass will be
the beautiful songstress# Sherri
Rogers. Harrison's orahstr a will
alternate with Angela Jaspe. to
provide the dance music for the,
big New Year's Eve Party In. td
patio. The two bands will try to
out do eac- u:her 'lR givisig
musical entertainment.
On Jan. 16 Rudy Vallee will
open in the Bella Vista Salon.
His act is clever comedy and
good singing.
In February El Panama hopes
to have Tito Guizar and his
guitar. And the seventh star In
Panamia's Lucho Azcarraga, who
plays every day at cocktail time.
He will bring his conjunto to
supply dance music every time
cruise passengers lunch at El
Panama.

Christmas Muski

Monday At La Boca
A joint "Hour of Christmas
Music" will be presented at 8
Monday night on the La Boca
School grounds bv the La Boca
Junilr College and the Alumni
Glee Club.
The program will be under the
direction of Miss ,Emily -Butch-
er. The complete prpgrainm ha
been announced as follows:
Processional, O Come A ll Ye
Faithful.
Th* I(egsiah, Selections. In-
cludin Hilleliujah Chorts.
SYe Joyful People.
Bfine a Torch, Jeannette, Isa-
bella.-
What Child Is This?
On the Night When Jesus
Came.
Away In A Manger.
Angels and shepherds.
Sing Oht! g'
Coventry CaroL
Lullaby for & asa Eve.
Sleep of the'-CWil Jesus.
Jesu Joy -of Mian's Desiring
A Joyful Ximaax-ong.
Silent Night.
Cantique de Noel.
Yo Watchers and Ye Holy
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J Shirley Templ Yonk T
1 .4.. _, +: -W. Temple Tn .
+. ~ ,~ 379, From Publicity-Mad Scho
I TcGL.1W' reanus and infant son, arrived -
laef :.-Ba ltimore... .., ." ._ .... by plane from Baltimore, M .
Ui k ttda Zreetrs. ispare pai a Rhi'ifley emple angrily withdrew therk" Mtas Temple
Mr and Mrs. D. B. ithett and .eer dahter from nder- "I am piued that tf ndel
ilTIo ter, Bevly An ten class of excluslv HRoney- well school would attealpt
C ", well Foundation Schoo today, capitaIe on usan's pri it
ma i6 t1 w eill e , *;W arcuaslp the school of attempt- a hdh cla eercse. I
-...e1ky Appleql. Celebrit, L'ng to "capitalize" on the child's Ilder the action of the ao -
.- Bi.-y A... E les r. t resenee in a Christmas play thorites a breach of fatiiss pl
e. B tenant Commander am Tuesday. am withdrawing Susan h
=o=- Po e-tn, table o0;Cd- a Mrs. T. L. Appulou ana ately from any further as .
Sr c or a were tained with a arlty a, t The former movie star now tion with the school.
a s ts .E home on the Coco olo Nav wife of Navy Lt. mdr. "Linda Susans a sweet
rot. on t e Charles A. Black was irked by mal little girl who would e e
t were Station to hono t haIr sr
Cl Ricky, on his e hh- itheay a pti ~llhed story that her dsug- been heartbroken if she hba4 "
Coddell, nni ter. Ida Susan. had mada her been -allowed to sing ad
B rf Sn.i l? Pl' ch. Mrs. R. T. anniversary. e p ;rt estter. o
SaY, te tTMres. D. c T guests we r e: Dorot ar dbut"at th s ool that tin room f Hn l
abaw dMrs AA.FT LowTlr, sue Elgn and Billy Ander'- he Methesda. Md.. school "has "It I a sad commentary thlat
..Ali5 p'ur. L W. Lroft 4, e, o Carol i der, iohn andeB- been trying to commercialize on Susan must be parted from I
xMr. LP Croft y VDou0, Culp, Linda Hargraves, me or my daughter" since Linda good little friends at Chrstrl Si
SCox and Mr. i Henry Carolyn and eff Henderso, asaz was enrolled in the kin- time. but I have not and will l
tmher, -Donna King, Candy Koe pke, . dergartn class in October. She allow anyone to commlretal
ntom-- -- anBarbacra Moore, Ricky Perr y, charged that the school had ar- on my daughter's presence."
loor.i Maryland B ooRy rranoed for publicity and photo-
r. and Mrs. Frederick Naa- .Ar Powell, Butch Schmidt, a
Scott and Kathie Botts rapha of her child's appearance
honoree brother The only "house" In Akron Ohio, to shelter this visitor from paces a hangar at as a fairy n a Christmas play.
".00 Dad3 td a onoe ro the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co opped to give earthlings a few
an The hastes was mis 7ted by pointers on interplanetary facts o ome.down to earth, the i balloon above is 60 "a& desire Is to be retired
.....ic- h Poa PFtch adid by feet high, 33 feet wide, and require bl feet of helium for ton. monster fg- and left alone." she told the YOU SILVE
Thomas R. Potth. ure was built to float high over of oungsters attending hrstmas rade. United Press after telephoning NEEDS THE GENTLE
AIiYFork lC oheistma Ca they would have no statement at C O
c M]_ -e.... he ohde mo a t ~h? Solory S--tg Tuehsy Nigh i sh ttme on Miss Temple's


"iK d _A *%m aMrs. Coh ffbsl H igh ol C h ir b en dffa p e s a d le 'tm on Min Templ e
rffM^ aba a e nThe ch ldren of the Primar pso yn Teu r o hig pu b n ud
-"^ Pentt ol the o altkun charity. Linda Susan, who will
Da m ns Co1ege ratWiontr aIlm ofsteFund T o five It on January. Is Miss Te-
., ...,ahn., r.. = S o lists Sing :. T. ;ht 1.le', "ulhter by her first mar-
.Pak. Fla, has announced that are invited to a Christmas par ;"- 40 te bohe firs
pMso Cne of theO Charles D. u.ey ty to be given Saturday at 1:00 __.s Sua particma rit o nr arh
UMr. Albrt ota, eMrs. scholarships for Ltin mer as p.m. at the church by their 0 4B-.RN. Robb. her i. g oartien cl.t ein at
.r R e t rMo remains to be wca rded and in- teachers, Mrs. Joseph Irving,* erof te her pnegte ssme a
P raak Uall, tereatedl Pabsmaaiian studenLs Mrs. Fred Newhard and Mrs. Under the excellent direct ranon and erltma play before a ud
.ank Pmlter, M.t. are strongly urged to apply Im- Lee Nash. cf 0. p. L orstad. Cristobal r Pte enne tt. Artll Battalion ano
kriM. Ml poat ; ther m0 a p Atm oda teeynual Christmas Festival on TOes- omast'l.hae Tagar- her -AdPa xmil Present Ian w
tI a Io the mmacrY at 7:30 p.m. at the CHo au- o mind oRMsparran. proltram In pan Tomorrow at SYRACUSE. N. Y. (UP) Re- ;
ReU,. M i n o T h a r a Ker n, ha, vtof te r esi ed .nam onn The following program will be IGIe&t.go oto the prm,"t. n. Ftrt ao bbe ot es
f thi e to PPsto dahtcner -e rQe Club Thsu fotow,, t he simply couldn't serve on a P0-
Wreidenta of Puerto o)II nations a Christmas Canrol Fanasy," wb rltedby laOfersnt w excused.
eve were lil mmuotohave been at least f on a nd o Wth e s nlobin und tteeh.ne by riva
Cashwkll an MrlRatmas -basket frn haveo r ro"rn.w G Bereeant out __ennettand__och__r_ _of obb_-__-
t h oregann years of age on+ nec t al PLullaby," Koierulf. ethe stsld u oo-Bantie. b
l ,nt Oct. 1; they m file app- ,05567 o ne week before d Tsern- Cristobal Hlh school rches- Le lc as the band ca s Cloted ae li.sr[a ___
nkiii I M J,.osNeph cautions, for adnhmamo]i t btaulhed button to the needy Atlantic Side tra. tdlas Carols and. tmke Gcee the S d's Panama A irer. ] ,n.
fom the detor nlon famles takes place. CadeihPrcsali al. csluerwgt boerg campnrV
staPr'oti ees1 o,' t Pndteeht o s-Is eOxdlelp te as M e $ 0of "Cheemon es.
o Ame i b s texl udi ng ..Thez willof the patma oh saee ot
eim le musiioa beMrsdGnu re on.sieby lecnn. In Chrentationplcldt
boo be mde 20 mad 8tt.5. ,: D_, sket-. ., fund. haeo Sere ant
i s al health, be b trad n under. dors has brought the total to Cristobal Hih n School hor - 1as te
SFr. cti fa aces mu t Among the recent contributor jal Chstms Greeting the "Presentation of the Brth
~'wfomhs the aWdrd of tce e Card .tmen. ci sTn." by chMtildren of the og- wt
MPrsld E l Ww l Ak, Iet possible theppinr Concerns in Cristo- "Ding Don c Merrily," Davis reni
b oaict a54, atun..., $10, Na- Toy T Th e latter part will feature eMA

S eveningn M a s tVe woa ld Ae fi be ally t nable a o Post Office. $10, d b ora Chapter, Meditation, "Ave Maria" BucS- Alb eMtarbytoen er.Eie O AlT ; tOlr
their. fara tieae evnt wr testant Congregations at t. G u-a Christmas .Cantata ring waL,1. iWti be followed by an "Offering

Stha fr and fends, $228. Aaron owar Baritone eorge Bennett and o children of hKobbe in-
cog 04ls. Pamartay s arita it possoeerad Jose lndedan Victoreorhach

r -, wh m: Mres, ter an ri st iN eean: Terssoinlo SanDQns! e rr.y Davis'orr i
tunm .tr. held Uthe aanksplvcn Offteot in ewTh will saunter "Par ores A Be-
o b M c lbai..d. Colon BusIness en." In the presentation L1wu dt h Al, d,
oo. Xad P ntle w l b iInter- me cally 1n n lentana i s The VOfrcn Ther bra- atr
e dnn s 3. $2. R MerittioonnAl Marla," u bary tore Tan hOerisit Saceoz.
g Rtharle 3. Gn I The Kino will then slugger
utn ooatedaen, Cwe r ec h0 ompanO Mrs. Alberta f Jartolo-.Ed
irrs u o Coatin .Q- t 'es ai Nohe ande e Paz and closearh
Unb 1g saTh-N N .r -.geain t lthe evening b ol with the NatIon aOf l
meet "O "R-,rymn of, Puerto Rico.. M I-
Uri evenig w In W_ e mme first pr of the pro.b
nmom gram tne Cho u w-Nl rne "Ol Wives Solo
Mg . and f $228, Aaron (TJP) Baritone, George IN and vo
$A, aGenoud Oanura." h Ve n id Pa- 11 P oan7rtiao Joe R.
t. Division, $9.50Miti Panem aand iPohib er Store N.ua meudiad for GOOD UUIC
l a'omie Mr. h* rs. Marte Melendes will siteng HtsALT. No other
rig1 Sn Aew e wifl sTo "Pastores g A Bae
SCBuat and Mrs. Melendes and more ohm an
!j~ a t r .i L ofElksGeriftnt First Class Colon-San- a Oum--s'as wha
Him.." X-8 "r l~c tiago will render "iego La ano cos ae
r.- Je t the eeni" in the program's Se- d yl
an .hard Tho r -e 6 M Mr thr first eati lanr and- wTosada supply female
I: 0 or~)Ly".e y m esdnp Ticel Qo.the Chorus. The Forten"' "
OonamoS, ineteomediate Spanish Is beZag :ists of +e whole Seaen Albeoto
.IV. t = mez w ~all ri PriVatestmas STAMINA.............. nm 1Irishauh ta
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hadefrsh hl 101i Feafture In youremntey
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PAGE TEN -W= PARAMA AM3RICAN --A*


President Remon To Get Panama Openi
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'Ex-Golfer' To T'rake Part Scantlebury, Alonso To Pitch United Press p4 to

In $5,000 Show Jan. 15-18 Tonight At Panama Stadiumm football Le Wm
President .lose Antonio Rem6n will officially r-__ e L e ar li !
open the $5.000 Isthmian Open Golf Championship PANAMA PRO LEAGUE Nl e. ow8 (Unw
next month %%hen he will present the golf ball for U. S. Will Not a= I-- Wno .et. "thl tic tle mgr
defending champion Roberto de Vicenzo's first Om Pe.. *dmans hejcw1r Ire nI 2tn 6' t
Prntscf -hamio telm. ffJ
Bluebirds (CN). 2 .0 I P The-wl oon team sekeo^L
m e t sporta" it;=d
d The ceremony, first of its kind in local golfing .. Amn le -. I 333 O tS ed Je00 e e permr|t a
history, will take place at 1:30 p. m. on Jan. 15. the A rmateur- Jat -- .2 ii
opening day of the four-day, 72-hole spectacle. ,Y T Australia, Dec. 18 TONIGHT'S GAMEa T d
Remon announced his planned participation in (UPI Thed' "affair S1edga"ll i 10Il1l" a eg
(ike)of Panbpractical DaVis Cup purposes Brownies (Siantiehury) vs. Blue-ew ok qa re 9nkOt-
when Africk H. Man, manager of birds (Alamo). to Gam of Olvln theae
' the gala affair today after being called on by Miguel ^practical^ DaVis Op purposes Brownies (Santlebury) va.Blue- Ne_ Q Nri. .rb..t. --.,
(Mike) Moreno. president of the Panama Golf Club. we A .sMan manrero birds (Alenso). The Balboa Ahletic Club mileel" N.....be.l..
thoeeno, preidtntmtheiGolf thedUpo. teamsaidfhewould pat Fr ba !cos
A tra PrLg The' Balboa Al hetic Club 'theU v-w.
and Richard (Dick) Dehlinger. chairman sof the protest the Aussie tennis star's W Another Panam Pro Leagul th-
:tournament committee. o urosred y n radn ou ibao ba h aTu a
Sofh Lawn Tennis Assoc on ers Brownies afternoon ba ketball team tonight. on etihe t
On opening day of the big show But he was hesitant 'n one of Australia, had indicated that contest was postponed. Game ti h
-it is already practically certain point.
to an dozen in Isthmian golfing When asked if he wvu.in drive actidgman because of widespread Tonight. (weather permitting) bne d many- Eg rnown thu ha fip l At
anresidentals ands th e greatest wllrth out hatsouids fe. an reports he is.about to turn pro- the long aalted reappearance of neralbnd Cleeadnd noWnt'or- i*tUn. t ibd. a t
president and his Cabinet will p1, "That soundsfine? ad in I lI fesslonal. Pat Scantleburv will take place 'choo0Wpl erawilktefe ofBan F?SacS, Ps Lo-
attend a noon luncheon at the flattered, but the fact I'm After first, announcing that when the Brownies take on the noot the rsal to-ia l m rof of Ce V d nd Ole t r
lu, at which time he uilI be somewhat out of pracl r. After first announcing that when the Brownies-take months parwte t me of a rnl eo Ps ultw
presented which time he will sbe somewhat out of ra I edgman's case "will be review- Bluebirds. Bluebird manager An reat to show the fanli the6- LyellUn ro of ClVelan toletL Prandeo hM ?nap
of prsnlf th a special full set ed," Brookes ck-tracked yes- dres Alonso Is expected to handle ketbrll learned as Inembers -of Lou Creekinmr otf oeda do f aieo
of eol n clubs to De Vi SiZO'S terday by saying that he would the mound chore himself. the schools. All are former var- Flaher of the Chicago Iof the o C to take gs
Presentation or the clubs anto ac not review the Aussie champion's If Scant)ebury and Alonso are slty players at the two high and center BillW h Pfi.r the club's awimmia .pool and
Rem6n. who formerly was an ac-, # To, .^ status "unless the Americans so right fans Will see another of the schoolsye b rgh -<., -hgthtned -,..tO'-I-llP.;n
tive olfer n these arts. will be rage Topped requested.'* many br!lUant pitching duels these will be status "unless the Americansso .
madp bv the vice president of rn;s. Man said he had no Intention that these two local stars have Bob Gibeon will be the offen- hce de ensive al-hearad at t t .w i ved-Naewbn-
the Burk.- Golf Equipment Co- ofprotesting. hookedupn. se big in of the club; the Lnefordof veliondpoadsigy blo.tltor's rbito...
pan. who is among the many O lv By Snead I Kouray twins, along with Bill ai lty of Mcl
Clb CtoaPminamnsespecially )tSUns, along with 3111 .
come to Pnama especially for GRANNIE OAKLEY Mrs. The winning team will move Carlin and Jeon Herri R.have . t Mann, who led the '. .
the tourne;. a (By UNITED PRESS, Harry J. Barton poses with her I h plIORSR into a virtual tie with the Bomb- played .J.1ne brand of high- Walt o
the offer to taki part in the Broad-shoulderedbeginner's luck. The 49-year- ers on the basis of won aqd lost school- bill and figure to ad has a d
the offer to take part in the cer- Broad-shouldered Julius Bros old grandmother of Cumber.- as but the Bombers will maintain their ability to the Athletic TE DALLESi Ore. (UP) Ax- Maln o the an l
monies. expressed the hope the. yesterday was officially crowned land, Md., shot aJl0-pound doe n A their league lead on a percent- Club. resta by, local polic e b-e t -tthe .i as eli
toutnev viuld be a grand sue- the leading money winner among in West Virginia one day and a age basis. The CZJC team will be eager pda to new lows Sine pubUca, .
cess. the golf pros for 1952. The Na- ll5-pound, six-point buck on to take the fldor In search of of a news Item that the hpanignet *at
tonal Open champion picked up her Maryland ann the next, DOdIl a Both teams are now almost at victory. Gerald Iaalsall and Wil- council was-tonildering feedAtNe altern.on Sawa-
537.032 for his work during the I each with one cartridge. It was full strength and their respective liam Stveenaon have shown $rsoners stew prepared by trus. he co*Ated
Invitatioa G01 ,oyarbbut he was not among the Iher first deer hunting. (NEA) h sGol Clb is a s e them to make bl p
Inviaional i fbig boys in the low averagee scor- I The Fort Davi Golf Club is managers expect them to make a promise and will add depth to te Instead o rea ut-pr- attbi de pe al
ig boys ithelow average sco- -having its 1953 club champolQn- gdod showing. the College reserve strength. ched mealS. awuIawl
Saiuu ing department. shiArchie Moore wihqafganaaaJ
Tu a ent Slated Sam Snead was the best shoot- shiprbeginn ng w th quallng 21
iournwicni aer with anrverage of 69.93 rounds on Dec. 2O and 21. ^AmeA ^Aber'A % ^ A% ^ A A% A Aft
Argentmine Roberto de Vicenzo A ie rAll golfers who are members
ForFort Claytn was second best amohig the tour- or are eligible to play at FortR F
For Fort Clayon os with 0.52. De Viceno av a encouraged to y BRIE S ArUR
won $9,020.47 while on tour. on either day. (BRe1
or Clayton will sponsor anCops175-Po nd There will be flights for all
Armtd forces Invitational Golt with trophies for both the win- Knlitd IT' Shirt
:Tournament at the Fort Clay- ner and consolation winner of with Ctotrtf g COA S
* ton course commencing Janu- each flightith cont t
ary 3 and continuing until the I0l In There will be a nominal en- Color Pajma hpl0E L e tgE
rinal round of play on Sunday, C h pioIp trance fee of 50 cents. Lo r tting...
February 8. All members of the !'The tournament committee in- O10lot 0 r,01 ph WZIITt..
Armed Forces stationed in the ---vites you to come out and make Perect oe $1.25'
Panama Area are eligible to I ST. LOUIS, Dee. 18 (UP--Ar- this the tournament-of-the- Lo uIfi
opete cn this tournament. ehie Moore, 36-year-old restaur- year. -
fi ghts as there are golfers to unanimously decisoned Joey a wimming rmyi.g C
ihMaxim In a lopsided 15-round JF U..yS i'miii.,,- I.i
,.rounas, 3 b, h.e Rd play- bout to win the world light hea-
an~ y 3e d ourng thast per-yweight crown last night before 000 B-0edl;'l"ha
;io a10,000 fans. PoolTAlsotohbed
iod L fil be eligible for the1 Moore said he will give Maxim r l S i .'
medalights award. Parings and a return bout if he want it. Ma- r ni fl :'l" '.'
flights will be announced by xim had won the title from Eng- Fo Ce.n Monda
the Special Services Officer of land's Freddile Mills June 24, 1950 THE
ForL Clayton. I and defended it against south- Gamboa swimming pool will lbe i WHOU4.8: .... -
This will be the second Arm- paw Bob Murphy and Sugar Ray closed all day Monday foridean- -
This will be the second Arm- ,.'.-,," +. +" |Robinson. ing, it was announced today byU
ed Forces Tournament held by "* - Moore, six years older than the Physical Education and Re- w -
Fort Clayton In recent months. . 'axim sealed 172 pounds to creation Branch. _
The last one, the Fort Clayton *Maxim's 1741.2. But it was the The work will be ari4-t by. the i ,
;Fpen, attracted 130 golfers and bobbing and weaving Negro who Maintenance Division forces and .
It is hoped that interest will -hw ad the advantage over Maxim it was expected that It will be* A '
remain as high for this tour- in nearly every round. completed in time to have the o R .t a .2-
.ney. Bill Driggins won the med-i .- Every time they reached the pool reopened on the regular -nh r u al.ar t t
listt a nard for the last tour- ropes. Moore socked the Cleve- schedule the following day.- if
nament and Bob Thiel of the land Italian with lefts and rights BNL---, .- QLW L RS.
Itavy captured the champion- to the head and with booming e S HEPHERD. CHE
ship flight. Sixteen flights in hooks to the body. orts n sLAID
all were held. Only one change Maxim started to drip blood
,In the set-up has been made ... ., from a gash at the corner of his (By UNITED PRESS) N COR
for this tournament. -left eye in the eighth round and
SThe flights will consist of before the bout was finished he
sixteen golfers instead of eight i was also bleeding freely from a BUR BANK. Calif. The Un '
as In the previous tournament. cut on each cheek and the nose versity of Wisconsin football
Qualifying rounds must be REFEREE ROCKY ~ocky squad-44 players strong-hasALSO-
completed on the day they are IO onarridin Californa to get ready
y atnothe mero the C hims F ed i Sports Shorties fi M S the W is' orn m I
-somes must make up the group. out by Joey Brown, New Or- (By UNITED PRESS) Southern California.
Scores will be turned in at the leans lightweight. in the -1t The Badgers arrived at Bur-
Golf Hut and must be attested round on a Cleveland, 0, bank after a chartered Wjane ..
-bv another member of the Christmas Fund show. TW8is a Middleweights take over the flight from the Wisconsin cam- '
'kroup. new, role or the heavywight boxing spotlight tonight. The puts at MadlIoh. A drizzling rain -_I___ ___ ___ I I I 1 1 1 ... _ _ll__ _, _ _ _l 1 1_l
SThe first round of play will champion. (NEA-. number one contender-Bobo 01- failed to dampen the payers'
ommence on January 17 and _____________ son-predicts a knockout over spirits as they posed for photo-
.eon Inue until January 21. The Normie Haves in a 10-rounder at raphers and chatted with news- f .rs rod o NO
secondd round must be played San Francisco. Olson says he is men. After de-planing, the play- :
,between January 24 and 28. The punching harder, and sparring ers were hustled off to Pasadena .-
semi-finals will be played be- partner Bull Halsey agrees. Hal- for a reception presided over by .i
tween January 31 and February sey says: 'Either Bobo Is punch- Rose Bowl Queen Leah Feland P r *wd:
4. All finals will be played on # ing harder or I'm getting old and her court. 'm a .-. a -, -.-
4February 8. The finals of the I fast." The team and coaches were L -U- T IILt)
ehampionshio flight will con- Also on the West Coast, Light-given a big farewell by Some 600 -:
ist of 38 holes all other flights' weight Champion Jimy Carter students and friend at Madison. .. ,- .
1ill be decided in 18 holes or ran into a little trouble In Sac- Before boarding the plane, Bad- t 5 5-'- I
tess. b th ramesto Carter, a heavy 'l-to- ier coach Ivy Williamson told You'll never take it out .f your cl eS 4s
It will be the Individual's res- 5> favorite, got only a 10-round the crowd: '"We'll Just do the finding it looking Ilimp a ragt q ",.r4 ; -'-4 1L
onsibilitv to arrange time and draw with Freddie "Babe" Her- best we can and hope to come' "' *..-.-- ., .
platess for all matches up until i man. The referee and one judge back winners, really" repels humid Ie t p". '
'he finals. Prizes will be award- I called the fig ht even. The other -- a I r y rpl humidiy lmpk t
ed to the Medalist. champions judge gave erman an edge on BASEBALL.-Veteran -outfield- Water, liquor, etc. -.--kala s - l eti n:
and runners-up in all flights, points. That's a draw under Cal- er Enos -raughter has agreed to
For further Information con- I fornia rules. terms with the it. Loias Card- o Will give yoy 2 to 3 w rlnr. mo.n "i.-'-- 4 C '.. A)fj e t
rngs ted ma m nat ,the or Negotiatiors are under way for Owner Fred Baigh says the 36- between cleaning ... -.. .. '- " "
Clayton 8peclal Services Office. flyweight Champion Yoshiro year-old Slaughter signed during a
Shiral to defend against Terry a recent visit to his office. White Bamboo : Colors' S'...-
____ Allen in. Tokyo next May. John- Slaughter was visit my of- L,'..
ny Sharpe. the manager of Al- flee one day," says Salgh, "and I o* Regulars Shorts Longs to- ii-, ... .ut..
len. has asked the British Board asked him if he was interested r ..-.. .-'" "
of Boxing for permission to go in talking about his contract. He p -'
,through with the bout. said he was, and thatA about all i 1 Pant Suit . . 45,* . -.
Always Ask --o. ...seed to 2 P t Swt.....
terms. They are pt rs Jack .
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SOr fielders Jim Beavers and Bher- ( ". ..,.- .+ 4


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Burgess. ."PAJAMA.
In a minor league note, Pres- Cotton wddy style .
Ident Gerry Nugent says the In- brie in seersucker
operate next season eve though oAa, kot .style,


fcDISTILLED AND BOTTLED wthe wlmuton franchise wh~e k .
IN Dn s Da Wlmingthe ooop are under laway.re and Har- ,.
i $8CANADA wils Dean sayrs the season 4
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Ieinlg. iOld Sfawnchs
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1t 1tt -9Tony Traet In J BaskeTb*' Tourneyv

"A.eorso l- J =ictw M oast
aedf t "f jto do battle Dn the annual bae many years of basketball
41s'5an SIDNEY, 8 ketball tournament there will be e h .toutt could carry the
-.(UP) Daits more than the ushal two entries ba f power for victory in
i from Cristobal, Instead, some- the 1 tournament
Suntive- CTper tsin g new will be added. That 11l dmwds, a 6-0 newcomer
A ports Lethin new will be wearing to the tourney, showed plenty of
St te Da ie e whte ndtn ms blue er eof the Orange
Swasor a year by w* a be representln zthe Uni- the Atlantic Loo
none f ,, l ^feinwdgroup was Wper- tod es l 8porta Corporaon, oher newcomer to C. ,
S ,The Unlaport quintet be a bJerr) Steltzer, 21 year
oniead he wu s formidable one, and Paul Moser. 1Ogh school star from
nIT u- lVa nt he b I41ha TntrCg cmmSe a coach and orgalr of t a nd four inches over
....u o th t they will be on of the ot. "attack.
piSre, osti 'ndj"lnevaab1t1 ffl. ,tb u l S tstr
sta na .. t", I.n h orgy contenders for thls then Is Gil Smith, who
im el r yeW s tournAment honors. h Ite esperlence of two pre- I
S. . Many outstandf Atlantic vib tournaments while a mem-
....... .. .fr efro'ntery. if you wil, to s2te S O, hd l 9. side ball players will fill the rort- br e r a High School
you WWI U It* Wir.det ko as
e"-a-u ("Let's de-emp lnga. u. ai, t ."l in er aOt-Ithlatest additot to the aw see only
esl.annual J. C. tourney;. CartuSi- l ItM duringthe.tour-
cc- 0. d uns~aeealie in anllmS ~~ ~sw I~py Ii CaIMlSm Inm thrni-M ANt na, who has seen action in two
o any w y at caeit m previous tournaments, will be pud by a game knee for two
Zl.lman r eaalse s~m-d.ati -. the playmaker for the club and 4lk asu twi ta member of the
^felty$ t 'mLg t.'i^ of laree.4. oi. '.a- -.itis w itiexceted thSt his defensive lta quintet while that
tig uok w make amoring diicult tm plyd in previous tourna-
1 o the jOb en Wa, .I.n,'toq.o!an&,-O A.. Iw ortk will tom ake oring. d10elult UAW
for succes"no mtter how shay ahlevea, woud cl forthe opposition. mqts.
for u no, on aw t,5rh ,d wd yrp6vq A A diminutive S-8, but onemo ol
a t the best scorers ; at I and a Two more lads returning from
member of the Interholaslc ltes .for, the Christmas
W4, 1 m t A1n M1. 1 Al-canal Zone team toAi U Wbo ',siaghtso
B M years, Arnold MMaung will i n. ht on
.- isto be iced with Glitr tes s tal. .yejrseAtIthe offensve of the teead atS punch
t to 6 noted dress the a element at justice ATLANTIC LITTLS EAGUE nis rfive.sAnother All-C to the ver
" fmldrdsefdllg. *aw'no& felusent in the baadg of similar OILDS TlrOUTS zone former C.H star, ob o fars.yer,tti a een
t ft atol~flf hih, ironically, Sdea.1t*lf fuul6me- TBe Atlantio U14tle League base- as, winer ot the ws as at this newly wgandbas-
ballcaah*a kikedout or7. ptwIAoeld teir an- sward for Most Valuable Plo*rw krk s.tqi, tasPhtky
UU~paeh wemlated out, or blcalltbnd- nLaftbM tryouts Satur- wil lead that "value" to eworkoutspo#,'theUnhor
d. -yto at the Mararitaportng goods tive w plenty of promise, and
"'a sd Stadlum au fans, parent and Three of the A tntio Basket- It4o mo
flaftbra and teams had, coPotentia Little guen wereIn Leag ueSi consistent pwr- "rewitn amii a
. a".,.rfintadetilo ire.tleet ft hullcpr:
-.. l ats prbe N eeua canr idate.,Is were ro$ru cy" W-11, Icok o- towards crown, Will .st
ltrw ~ti ijonar u rbid, I i flae rftcacndidates were over and Jim Gannon. splendid have ttrew a strpnt i-
na. ai AI put ai t pere by the manadrillng performers both on offer a.d versa .
alvete ap r p To p which included Rosa
wextft a.h p in the dunangham and Charles Bath
e. But and f.he rgarlta Oilers. Leslie
41t oe-tbas for jar CMag ClS and Vince Ridgo of res
plnip team hd b compet a sff wh. does thePwells, Iarcy Dooker and
'a ~'Pwapn unethical ,oestonl. aubtegge o0 even Nward thete f Mt- (By /iD PRISS) ,
S -e "', r .-e ta, OGeorge'Tully and George *-
S of"-nr nMa of the Police Pal s. -
R upP of .entu va a job t o Solo Braves an- (Tuestt) Min Tehrs. 75, Bottines Forut.
o1 B i t aa Job a f H. 3. JQChtfston K '8, EL
Sif 1 l Coew to, we have otind special Wrmiewter ThrS. 75. Milton 63.
2ths g".eal i$pe aior m .i-8.%Sv S Little League official. to L., u er.Thra 5, River Faldls
there was no sec t n* . y 'y residing at the-Co- sial w'. .4 7 al To.
......1It i Per to e Ivl Star on and Coco Se"* 72, Vlley Cty Thrs.
..iks -t BoB_ r i10erely naive, lan it ow r to i t, Th "Braves" have been 78,6! It? 61. 67. "
S te ~~Ztwe:s who are r the can- hl r e ons for th SOUTH WST
"'640sP weak.s arei wo ready for StUTy #WEt wl
S. .6. t.. s..ooXn.. . . .. S1wee6101-O8, W B
Ss oncoming Ll tle League sea- D Sardi Slamos 7, Texas Wes-
*KM .. n of. play. NaIU. If-T.ale lo.an Gs
L ;W"--,-8AV7 ... PENCE RCMD ee h. Oklahoma City 77. Oklaheaps
^ ^. DiE S e a aSgteTechfig. MPgUA 52.
See, hars oU L fowr 4 & The LL. metal fencing which 74 Texas t. A 'M. 0, Trinity (Tex.)
9A t lea defe.: s Ols db la bet In heightoseeso. wa e.NB N e. 4 Lutheran 5s, St. Mary's
l fe'7eBT . '. ". LaiaetendepbenF.Austln61
tiOrtthi|l itW of,- te tryouts. .t 5 Stephe
stated, ow they spwa oa- wh Eor ,ST
.,,. .tin ea.cca) C lar *79, Seattle 7 2.
o me. A Cl Hawaii 41.
s for ume. "ham foung 64, Washington


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and Charles Bath of the
rita Oilers. "
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hue. Martldt S Lter .Ti l7r
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Mates, R. i3 4 wive.
POLICE ALS
Ralph gWeta, f4d Re l-Jastck
Brayton. Nowrd Clke, DeoOk
SEgger, Paul Ebdon, Robert 4d=
de, Mite 2smrat, Frank AlbW-
ma. Walter Sleqaimmy
WlUford, ra Yos.

Robert and Richard CooPin-
ser. John CrTan= BW aFd Pt
Dookery, Juan Hall. UW. OQW,
L. Pernigotle, Hugo and L eS
Tompkins.
MARGARITA 011,83
Charles Buth. Steven Butcher.
Donald BraDt, Pete. dW. L. ,
Cristop-. P. IL e "VM., m.An
Reyes., T. W. Risl.L "L.
tchnidt J. J 10 uL b t.
32o and dhl t ,.-
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Lenaue selectian mates,
The -o'oin ed ulape say
Tolais, sonp"t o". ,
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D t Hetow tu r54;
tu-c I t io-Henry. u ity

Western Rmei 1%, Akron N.
Aricmnno 6S inoari 64. -
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Giutai adolTua ml, Auslan t
l 1e -89,e T16 4,C lMI :.

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euler 118, Indiana Cenfl-'
*uette110, St. Nerbewt 7.k


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

CarlosGLaaqu Moreno, t TWENTY-EIGH'IH EAR. PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1952 i SN" IV l5T
exiled from Ecuador at his own

rPresident Talks Of Startling
Marequey." 'il be asked to return 3
Jo answer changes, according to

At a press conference In Hotel-
El Panama shortly after his ar-
rival Garavcoa said Guevara Mo-

WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 iUP) and production program." He veled at a mighty display o aer- ,rapher who tapped out word of Kan.. are taking advintagi of one._
Armed Ecuadorean guards who -President Truman told Amerl- said It is "tht, best security buy ial developments, highlighted by the first flight over wires. w a. They' veI rur. @A
travelled on the plane which cans last night they can hope for we can get with our tag dollar." the Sabres plunging at more Elijah J. Baum of Kitty Hawk, t row athtit-'Sanidt..,
took Guevara to Bogota. Colom- peace only If they keep "calm He also called for a kinder- than 700 miles an hour, their recalled how as a boy he. met tre .l li(
bla. "only accompanied him to and patient" and build an armed garten-through-college eduea- gunalghts aimed at the top of Wilbur Wright at the boa% dook ..-- .... .-..'
make sure he did not land just strength so great it will force tional program to interest thetall granite shaft. in 100 and directed him to the
over the border to be close I Russia to give up its "designs for youths in aviation. Igor Sikorsky, Inventor of the home of Mrs. W. J. Tale. where
enough to continue stirring up conquest." The addresses of Mr. Truman helicopter and aviation leader, in the Wrights lived during their f W S
trouble," Godoy said. He said the United States has and Doolittle capped a day of the principal speech said the air- years at Kitty Hawk. C "toU oT .i rad nte r hU
made "startling" advances In celebration of the Wright broth- plane that had its beginning at -",
araycoa admitted that he was military aviation and must con- ers triumph. Kitty Hawk "is not merely a Fi g
not very farrlr wth the inc- tiue to do so because "only by At Kitty Hawk, N.C., Air Force source of national pride, but it is ranport planes, hel co t eri and -:-'. -
dent because he has been away such advances can we build up Sabres streaked like silver ar- a vitally important factor which b ps toe part in t oe aerial A
from Ecuador for almost a the power which is necessary to rbws over the spot where a"box- perhaps more than any other, demonstration. Mi" l
mo nth stopping in Central A- keep aggression and conquest kite" plane lumbered 40 yards contributes to our chare of pro a i
ercan capitals a oter attendingron plunging the world into throu the air 49 years ago to testing our American way of Ke ff ra e he -WASHINTON, dec. 18 The De D
thebinaugurato n of Mexican d, Kelly, offpclal biographer ofdthe bidaTONade-. 1-olgeeue uagt amda h o f ibrWih tth otdc
President Adolfo Ruiz Cortine The President's remarks ap- DI v ingdizzily three Jets Sikorsky spoke to 01uncheon, Wrights; Ronald F. Lee of the P) Secretary of-Commercee
tprobred t" G thelateya in asasid- tecreamedt dSn from and00 feettte gcpte pinc uipna soe' I f the National Part k Service, Ms J3. Charles Sawyer said yesterday 'clbar oAf- t orWrg in bro- p> ta ha b n
,But there must hav e been w a to estate sIn aaed ast c- srump nfht. ity awhkme nt erely a0i ombs swf
some attempt to stir up pubhc i ident sleo elsenhower orlal monument brothers when they carried on Hills Memorial Society and died with-.onausin and Inef-. o
der aro aye aco erene and the new Republican ad- They broke through the sonic other epoch-making experiments R W teer of the Air Force ciee l called or a -.
Uaraycoa's press conference ministration, barrier with the boom of a thun- on the dunes here. Asociaton. turn ofthfc'rogram to.the on f l' :A
dalt mainly with his plans for a Eisenhower campaigned on a derclap to salute the far-sighled Wreaths, including one flown State Departmaent. ...t he V A
,thnsaration of ten p=s n, Including the will be hoh th r out to ectna ou At.ctan ,wr I 00 oLabor Leader o H eW ON 18 t te
Pmereidennatdfi Cons thic mae .garopntegeofvitin.lfe." on th assiebrone
up theFederationofGrandCo-milthareyident.remarniveing arzyiyethree plaetdiors themspok ebto ncze W hf thled too s any agencies in r.y" otf-e'. diy e r sidi"
lbmt th 3ana s ohae s maeI i r there app- tn piece of The double booms echoed three doors of the monument.Th na f Deroil Cesm se ra
lf, t advice for Eisenhower, Mr Tru- times across the lonely, wind- The Dayton wreath was ar-et rope
sreste Grte meen g. man saadeidteident always swept Outer Banks and were re- companied by proclamations There are four U.S. ambassa- Sedd; ..e0 6f-. P.4 a.k'
S t t o r n p gets a lot of hot potatoes to han- ported headplainly 75 miles from the governor of Ohio and ado i ors Ifl "a one ned the sit-
Hesaiadnhns pbeen, confer ang d te in a variety" of fields and "a d Thy broke throuhth o thei mao ing ekrI terie atuon oIs duplicated throughout he q .Cz" .
ministers on the ossibility ofman who can't handle them has By contrast, the first heavier- Other wreaths came from the rope, he- said. f
holdinethe meeting The ur-no business in the job. than-air flight by Orville and nearby towi. of Elizabeth City. The Congress of Industrial c itLf la sme c ur
pose of the eeti would be to "If you can't stand the heat Wilbur Wright exactly 49 years N.C., and from the grandchildren Organizations' assistant direc- "The solttion to thla is the Wt Ah not- recIved a
agree on a programto present to you better get out of the kitch- ago was seen by a handful and of witnesses of the first flight. tor of organization, Tho- abolishment of emergency agen- I ti."
the 10th Pan American Confer- en." generally disbelieved by the pub- Harry P. Moore, Norfolk, Va., mea, wilh arrive tonight via cles whoe task l lt or mmmd. Weatemn Euroet
ence scheduled to be held n Ca Mr. Truman spoke at a dinner lie. newspaperman who reported the BraOniff Airlines from Bouth can be absorbed. by t regu .e i t m iuatstaulda
racas, Venezuela, late next ar opening a year-long celebration Orville Wrght, at the con- story of the first flight to a dis- America where he ha. been lar departments," he aid. o eti i
eof the 50th anniversary of the trols of the prototype flying believing world, was a guest of maTking a tour with the CIO The State peatment e enitn t h and stas
Garaycoa said the program first powered flight by the machine, was airborne only 12 honor. Latin-American Affairs Corn- should. either .ecil alV- ban- y fc.W n lnnh
would include suggestions for Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk, seconds on his 40-yard "hop." Another familiar figure was mittee. die or should co-ordinlate all of lehs" lta e I
uniformity in regulations regard- N C., on Dec. 17. 1903. Yesterday hundreds of avia- A. W. Drinkwater of Manteo, Re- oir .drd -, l, Ia" d eo-.
ip the extent of the jurisdiec- He appealed for a continued tion pioneers and leaders mar- anoke Island, N.C., the t rele Thomas, a Detroit auto work- oihmeo aof Iietme, a.",$oti.
i nal aterrs in atinm c military buildup, stressing air oet r It apresid t o the CtO h S pe ten tpower-r .
mit on theirjurisdictional^ Ta- The Presidentalsopresented when that organization was unser whichdfens ^ pr
B one countries put a 12-mile, I- power. naT ftl United .Auto Worker-CIO H t ,e -
s bto2 others cons rwatereots Su mve Darng
S tos but others consider waters three trophies for outstanding Jo survnearingvitD million, --member and.economi. aid ae
up to 200 miles off-coast as with- contributions to the advance- mark. He was also 0I .ice-ireasi- it uI
in their territory. ment of aviation. dent of Nationa1:lQ and is now ll drI
Lt. Gen. James H. Doolittle, Assistant to r Aacctolve vice
The establishment of a Cen- famed World War II airman and president Allan B. Haywod.. ", dettr C Iie
tral American and Grand Colom- aviation pioneer, received the' y u i Up A. full schedule ham been A deerio I,
bia airline, a printing plant to Wright memorial trophy. dra*n up for Thoma. It *11il minfater a br T Oan ; '
facilitate a wider circulation of John Stack, assistant director -- keep him very busy during his
cultural oooks about the coun- of the Langley aeronautical lab- CHICAGO, Dec. 18 (UP)-Sur- we're doing now is pmdying to oofal 0 Le e DODl 10,M
tries involved, termination of the oratory of the National Advisory geons operated on 15-month-old God that the operation is a of Loficia ..
Pan-American Highway and the Committee for Aeronautics, was Siamese twin boys today in a sueeess." GCEOC-O.
Would be discussed at the meet- Maj. Gen. Lucas V. Bean ac- tn attempthtosevertheir e he andh He will meet ress represents-
ine of foreign ministers, Garay- cepted the Brewer trophy on be- cnnectin at the top of t wanted'the children to have a ties in the Slon P an-Amerl- w v
coa said. half of the Civil Air Patrol, of he operation was performed chance for a normal life. cano of Hotel El Panama at 900 Wh k
which he is national commander. on heErdi twins at Univer- The twins, Roger Lee and Rod- a. m. tomorrow, visit union AD -|Dh
He said on his return to Ecua- In accepting his award, Doo- onthe Broe twinsearch at Univer- Dee, already have undergone headquarters, call on Canal cat
dor he will set to work on plans little called for a "long-range uctional Hospital by a team of nine preparatory operations, in- Zone of nd the American De 8 r ao
for setting the date of the meet- consistent air power policy and swhovorked against the eluding one Nov. 26 whc doc- AmbaHuatorrand' cddesMn Clerk o -i-otftur te fmoi-
Ing. a realistic aircraft development ticCOWft_. "OJfM*m-B1
g. a realst acrat evelomet knowledge that two previous at- tors hoped would turn into final tic 8 ide .mebern at th1e-.mi has done his bUs to ae 4*" '
tempts to separate twins simi- separation. Ho e StaH at 7:30 ?n.to bers of the'new8rd.1- .
larly joined had failed. But the surgeons ran into dif- He wi ll on the Cief Ex- straight on the dei i ...
It was announced that the op- ficulties and spent seven hours ecutive. ofout. onamaf and .mem-of r o i
eration began at 9 a.m. (EST) eliminating veins and other ber" w his U. t on tu rday.o, o ifei.:'
and the .oys left the operating complications. ed MawoS lo thd1 t e Por one ttehg," ar
7 MrPRM3V1V4 room at 9:30 p.m. It was the second operation and May of Colon duer the m that it's againD' the. la
At that time the babies were In the nation this week on afternoon. o toe ott er iag th
still alive, a spokesman said. Siamese twins. oilhbe enhaned b the writers. .' "
Ao Heredorted that f ve teams Of A air boren at Cleveland,O P will be ete This and other, .*
plans were in atte nd er three urs w f eir birth ut Club an Local roon h l
the direction of a chief surgeon. medical authorities said the op- Clubhouse. on how-a lawmAge put -
:ISurgeons operating on the ration wasi only "superficial" T a lbet oa l0-pe g booklets ... ..
Brodie twins were not identified. because it involved cutting a lay- Tebhomas .wi be has to offi- 0,e dt thd
The anxious parents. Mr. and er of skin and cartilage that eer0of IO SlO. 8May even-e bd thE' e M
Mrs. Hoyt Brodie, waited outside joined the babies at the chest.. inf at SI .bo Garden jult t t ed pmlt
the operating room, where they Although medical authority _al'e p e bs L-f eP".W
had kept vigil since morning, said two previous attempts to 0&a.PpCh...4,-Ch.-
Brodle, 35, said that "all separate twins joined at the tens, 4. 0 rile La -oca oficll' Pare D.!;u1.t.--,'- .
skull resulted in deaths for all, B, T oie a rd aow al i, ..
the Brodie babies benefitted %g4 -'- and..w e -.
Newsman Draftee from the most advanced tech---tae-e
niques of medical science. b. s j o '
Flunked H is Latin* Exhaustive tests were conduct- T *dtard4
F ed to determine that the boys '.u al ;u.e
.(SC 8Sand nervous systems, thus mnak- r" 't" ": "
.OcerT dh....oesdio t ali-t-he-tets and sur-

They are learning to talk and Ameploah startnlg this O bS


III bRv DrLL that the rookie soldier, a feature children, all normal. One, a girl, contasNi-l 5W oerd1 ..
writer for the Greensboro. North was n no e view co snt f' and Of *he
Carolina. Daily News. can speak tw born since the birth of t he it es and ofthe
twins. 4. o h ato
Chicken Noodle Soup! lRussian, German. Chinese. Por- The family lives on an 87-acre Aeiof the CAnl
C iknN ol Sop tuguese. Serbo-Croatlan. Swed- farm near Moline which the fa- Zone and a -
ish. Italian. Spanish. Norwegian, other works in the wummerthme. ef (-OR1 Sll_ Sp _-
Es, every bowlful of this taste-tempting, French and Danish fluently. In the off season he work as a e the univ
Heisabe o"gt log in te off season he works as a blfl ; the _unlwritlt.,
Is, eery owlfl ofthis astetemplngHe is able to "Met along" In meat cutter in a packinghouse. Th ;', aehl v
taste-satisfyinif soup is steeped through Dutch. Yiddish and Indonesian- Medical histories said there bAat therunivec.,
and through with rich chicken goodness. Camp- Malavan.t iaes have been about 840 there of is- i e e weeks. t-
bell's chooses only plump, tender chickens.. But Farber feels t)iere's some- mese twins on record. Many have the. P.nra months.
simmers them evr so gently to yield a gleaming thing missing in his mastery of been separated successfuly, but001tours to the l-
simmersothem ev.r so gently to yield a gleaming languages. He moaned: none of the "crania-patus" type tawal'will be 1on-
broth...adds golden-yellow egg noodles and "I flunked my ninth grade La- joined at the too of the skull. tt further
plenty of tender pieces of chicken, tin class." -4'* a~nsand iv
Serve Campbell's Chicken Noodle Of F Ft. Gulick Bond
Soup today! Justice Of Peace -- u--------
Fines Self $12.50 Plays On Tuesday
For Rabbit Shoot At Rainbow City
At 8:00 ooa. m. on Tuefy, Lt.
GARYVILE. La., Dec. 18 (Ti) aodriguez will direct a It. u-
SHC N O E P Justice of the peaCe An"%t lc Army Bahd In a me hou*r
CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP Klbert today fined. h el 12- oram of Christmas unIc for
50 for hunting rabbits at night benefit of the bow .ity-.
with aid of a searchlight. oupational Hig stu-vg'
hKilbert. who said he "J ust gt e ats.
hungry for rabbit," 'was caght This program will b' held 'on ,....
by a game warden last week Wn the school grounds l.,.
was ordered to appear in his own mittiW ad r the
court-- t. unity are c .Ip. *"*
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