The Panama American

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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:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00597

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Japan, officials said today. '
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made yet and may not be
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-Pope Plus XUI's bedside doctor,
prof. Rieardo Galeasat LL open ..
ly worried over the condition of
his patient today. .
He revealed there had been an
abnormal increase in the Pope's "'.
pusea rate since yesterday' ex- TOKYO, Dec. 17 (UP) Red ,Cide Pem
Dr. Galeazl-Lisl stated that en-ll cabled U.N. Secretary General Do,
the pulse rate of the 78-year-old today that he would receive him in Pe '
Pontiff had jumped to 104 beats receive himing
a minute by this-morning. A P finent questions" on the Red reghie's j
rate of 72 is con red normal. U.S. airmen on spy targes.
In addition, tPontiff passed
a restless nigh because of an- Hammarskjold asked for, the meeting in a c. i
other attack of hiccups, Vatican to Chou lost Friday after the U.N. General A-
sour-es revealed.
"The general condition of the dizd him to use any means to gain freedom for
Holy Fater la still very serious," prisoner Americans/ wfo
,.alyeasszziLai sal. "He is weak- ChrHmmarskjo will leave for P wnhge
Chritr o negotia with Red
The doctor said there had been istmca s to t 1 0ia with Red inae
a general weakening in the lease f the 11 American airmen.
ope enen tralhe Unitoned tteon in the
194,6ew doys. But besaid it wasCi aha 4tI l i n
hobed that a iew diet would -_, l_ -a r l of000 1U
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Tonight At 730 4a e tw tues put ou
In regwreto r stmus tr by
Others, will the tAiaflI Asso on of
Casino gates to he provide Fire Ch 'and
Christmas toys for poor Panama Natidal Board a FieU rwlt-
City children will begin tonight ers follow" .
t FI Rancho beer .garden. i. Cbbse a sah. tree. instead
The games, which 'iclpde of a JWae ode. A small tree can
rulette, crap, blackjai* and be just. i pretty, and it ta less
others, will PC tiv~erway at 1:30. of a Rwd.
Pohy will : tomorrow 2. Don' pet he tree until
gjt and I just a few y re Christmas.'


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when no one Is in the house.
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12. Flimsy costumes invite fire
and toys which utilize flammable
liqugs are never safe in the
hand" of youngsters.

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kJak Wyrtzen, internationally
knoop youth leader, arrived at
Tocumen Airport this morning
to take part In Operation Chrlst-
mas Carol which will be held at
Port Kobbe tomorrow night.
Wyrtsen's stopover in PanamA
marks the first leg of his return
trip to the United States after
an extended visit to Brazil where
he participated in a number of
conferences.


Um on the Isthmus, Is Anton
operatic baritone, who
here earlier this week
and has been assisting in the
old fashioned revival meetings
at Ft. KQbbe.

Singers To Present
Cantata In Colon
The "Crusading Melodaires"
wll preset a Cantata on the
birth Of ri Dec. 21 at 7:30
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have determined the treatment
to folld* after the extensive X-
ray examinatlond.
The Pope apparently- was
weakened by the ordeal of swal-
lowing a barium solution yester-
day to permit X-rays of his

Vatican sources said the Pope's
ilreakfas fhis morning consisted
Swarm coffee and milk.

Youth Who Stole

Package Fined

$25 hi Balboa
A Panamanian youth, Ruben
iar4o arrldo, who stole a pack-
aie onitalnln towels and hand-
kerclheft, was fined f5 this
morning in the BaftSa Madis.
tra's Court and iaven a30-day
suspended sentence.
Garrido, who Is 17, stole six
boxes of handkerchi s and two
boxes of towels worth a total of
$e.30 in Panama City, and
brought it Into the Canal Zone.
He was also placed on one
ear probation as a result of
rving been found guilty. The
items belonged to John 0. But-
ler.


"sesaYmSd 1, to the power r ton a-
doptd by U.N. General As-
sembly lat week i which con-
demned Red China by an over-
whelming vote of 47-5 for con-
victing and imprisoning the air-
men on spy charges.
Chou said .that the resolution
slanders China's eonviton of 11
United States spies n Ontrary
to the Korean armliatli.
"To thi the govern t of
the People's Republic orChna Is
resolutely opposed.
"To convict foreign iles
caught in China is Chinas In-
ternal affair.
"There is no Justification at
all for the United States. to try
to Interfere in China's conviction
of fully proved Unitedt statess
spies, while failing to condemn

Hilton 'Critical';
Takes Turn For
Worse At Hospital
LONG BEACH, Calif., Dec. 17
(UP) English author James
Hilton, In critical condition
since Nov. 21 with an Infection
and high fever, took "a turn for
the worse" today t aside
Hospital. A spokesman said Hl-
ton's condition had become
"very very critical."
HU1on i the author of 1
famed books as "Lost Hori~on,'
"oofby Mr. Chips" and "Ran
dom Harvest," all of which were
made into movies.


Latest Russian Protest

Seen As Propaganda Try

W/SHINGTON, Dec. H1 -(UP) mental "until we make a cheek",
-A Russian protest over a state- and the Soviet Embassy would
ment that thi country is ready not reveal what they were.
to launch A-bomb attacks from It was learned through the De,
Britain may be a propaganda of. fense Department, however, the
fort to Influence the Paris Con- protest was over Stevenson's eon-
ference on European Defense. ments that this county is caps.
The protest was delivered to bie of "very rapid retaliation"
the State Department late yester with A bomb attacks from Britain
day on the eve of today's talks in the event of communist ag-
by miaters of the 14 North At- gression.
lantle Treaty Organization na- The Defense Department said a
tlops. 0n their agenda was a dis- check showed the base newspaper
cussion of the role Ld atomic wea- carried an item on the 49th's a-
pes in European defense plans tomic capabilities based on a
there has been some desire a- "pep talk" by the general to his
m European leaders, lalud- men.
inghe Brith, to require te U- The spokesman said the Unit4
States to seek por pprov- Press t o"dagn n oat ia Rtem
al of Its aties before oppings- checked it Or aceursa M a Mat
tomle bombs Europe. Ameri- out a disp h Dec. also d
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sMt twl o aiean mete protested liatioa" coWi be carried out by
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G Ja D. saw om,. c m a of Ba" t reported .tiat Se1.'
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It .yves tribute a leter don't be impetlen' if it d &s't liter t
at e"y. Letners oe published in the eider received.
Pkase try to koNp she letters Hmted it oma pese length.
Idenhty of ltte writer khoM in stritt cetnfldence.
This Mwispper assum me repouisbility for ststemets plalo
Isto lettr fr-e traders.

STAND-IN FOR BOQUETE BUGLE
.ust a few toots on the Buquete Bugle which is becoming
i.,y LO il ,auk or use, since Pop Wrignt went to Texas ana
u. Lad L .t .e,,ef. is &uad. At .east it has been since my arriv.i
wcct. asu iere is a ctiu NoitAl wina tnao nas Drgoagnt some
..i tau n, tii3Lacneu tie oajareque. But neverLneless ne
cat.Lr ti a~ s s oeiibaLL as usiua wnich is petty delightful ac-
I L.aitab,- ,hs ,.., ii the village for several reasons. First
e ..L-. y J-,&.'. I.,.ye A \ LiAy all 01 the vegetable fielas.
id ..e .e 11 vedetai.es Ljeng bcLuLe in m oquete. We have nad
usce ue-.,.uAs aawseL'raes ioUn -tuoios ana tnere Is a.ways
I ou ubiliiy of c-isp iresia neau lettuce. Today we had
it,.e i'eba AL ing onvi. 'mne root crops were not damaged
nwuii as tIe Otnera ann iziere are plenLy of carrots and
I tLie t.ops had to be destroyed it Is just as well that
haipened %,,en nilhway communication with the market an
nII&a is inseIrujoeu ano almosi unmpaasaole when open.
*anles aie coming in but there is a transportation problem
ia because o tatat the price here has dropped until it is
rdly v ortI unile to pick them.
oi iLe wouldd ba e nad a record-breaking crop of coffee
harvest it is saa not been for the heavy rains tnat have
troyed as much as 30 percent of the berries on some
as. Mrs. Marty Archer in Boquete today from her tinca at
i Monoa said that her crop is so good that despite the
traction by rain she will harvest more coffee this year
of transportatIon the President of the World
a at the Pananmonto Inn recently with three of his
i t4. He told the writer that In making loans for roads,
ce wl1 be stressed and given first consideration. Of
urae aidot of Latin America's transportation trouble has come
m 19i millions of dollars for -roads and then letting
h to ruin for lack of maintenance. The road from
~Boquete is being repaired and It needs it. I was sur.
how much it had deteriorated in the six months
Ince I last here. But at worst it la betterr than most of
or
VI rren was also at the Panamonte last night. He had
me vid because of the first arrival of a new ship he
aa to l-i* Panamanian Coast L.e. His ships have
&Vn f the. ftu it and vegetables to Panama that could
et be O'by truak because of the loads and he says they
a"ve p of aoim for mofe,
to B Ia hsa opened for the season and is taking
etera GChrltmas .and the New Year. Everything Is
4 en l.a loungl.lt* been: refurbished in a most
cl Rto a y E a liht with a fire blazing
th t el gh tor that now.
S ,-Credo Calhoun,

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big cities New York, Buffalo. children of broken families or ille- Tex., for instance, reci d Aaban P i
.Pittbutgh, Philadelphia, Washing- gitimates. up its narcotic trkfte Ia di ays ,,.Arabian -l
ton Detroit, Chicago. New Orleans From 80 to 85 per cent of all by imposing O10year sa on 9Me'e ~, -
II wUAIC nz Iner and most cities in Texas and south- addicts and peddlers in the U. 8. drug trade convictions. --1 b
i- SIEW UR era California, according to Harry are Negroes a problem which Cures don't work, ae.ording to a le 1
J. Analinger. U. S. commissioner leaders of that race have been the experts. They are si sue-
of narcotics in the Treasury De- unwilling to face themselves. More ceasful with a Teleacsnti t
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unusual union contract. a
The contract covers movie peo- tiI
le you've seen a thousand times- Thoms. hdII i.h in
ut probably batd never heard l ,iie. -s,
speak a line. Yol've seen them thy's arrage ol Ai
as milling throngs at race track g"uee how a Ike l
shots, as elep t, riders, polo McCarthy b-itba t ex a
si pLayers, camel leaders, midgets., aso aring' yway n s
Masn div ers or Just crowds on q W I ui R, i I puree the : ti. t a
he street.. They're the anonymous m i i did* adIsa a hilioi e e
" embers ot tie ArL screen .x- Oha O theiZluin the ForEo
tras Guildb the Indianas who dit Dir.eetir Haold hi, ttLai
1h droves, the enemy's solalers, Ike
Ste scores whose faces you never Io m i i so vca the' sr o.-the -tr-hld
notice because you're dazzled by "O ti u s D he a -nP i de-ard
the stars. But without whom there g I d ..C nsomenu gsts' .
would be no movie industry. I tassenremin Ike that De
No union has the job shadings Ach mn, when secretary of state
of the screen extras, the sunn had e.a st -4ggm4r Mrcnathtp'
which once adopted me. There e ad charges of comtuep gthe Stac
I are 45 categories, including, for Delpar ent,: -thatrl o
example, the man whose task it Amedal pu e i not be tak
is to riae a camel or an elephant sion I by thhem. htr -MeCirto '
before the cameras. John Lewis m Hiderlan taeatlc'' t rte
mig| t take a look at these wage/ same ch large overly %dMover agu in
scales. 'ine elephant or camel I eventually sank b t and sw .
rider, under tne contract which IIm IBA I pie dilp teday that .Oh Y
runs to Jan. 2, 1958, gets $52.50 a/ bII has not. named lo 'ne.M m
day or 2Q.50 a week.. If he just in the State Depaarrtment. "
leads the camel or elephant, the I Stsain rems ded Eisenhower
scale goes duon to $3b.75 a day I that his administration shouK not
or 418.1.75 a week. make tie same nlitake.
that's more than some of yourI Theb P.rm ent listened carefully,
college sport heroes who wander| i but decided Otherwis
cfL tae nation's campuses to Holly-. The Priflent u OV ltenw out.
wood get for a day'b work. The '.''. | fully when Rep lSan. Ji-at"tn.
extra on the waler polo teams| 3 t...Le oamrd *ds t ihe
wins up with $39.38 a day. The :i f: Carthy crisis'! I Ike 0i t with
extra wio actually plays ina reg-I .. newsmen last wdk. a&ll, who ha.
ular polo game takes b52.50 daily. l siled bwmard McCarihy in tiaes
But it he just mounts a polo pony l p ast felt hJe d ilie b e aO
and peoes stick in hand, test pay ai nd ot be petted tela t he
goes down to $26.25 per diem. admin -,rat -i- -,
The football hero who gets into But Eisenho'wer a' not al
1 movie game and actually overly impressed with C-hsirmen
plays before the camera gets HaiP9 d cu ssion.,e litenA. ed. t,
31.50 daily, as does the basket. did not even tell Lea what he i l
all and baseball playe.. Just tended tod. .do .V
what makes the polo player tonier o Sth American PFnrperof
Anad 4ncre epecsive I don't know. o the actorsI Secretarw of thee T c aaaud 9 to-
'The bowler, by the way, is low phrey, etum n fron the I tesp-
man on the sports rung he gets Ameriean eanr oen 'lc RIo do
$19.43 a day. ... By 801 RUARK ne told'fri s:'
You race track sports, especially *B ..... "If I were only 25 years old, I
you trotting experts, ousat to know would go p Bra ilby the next boat
you can make more money as a0 0 workl g y way If necessary- ana
river in a mcvie than betting I guarantee ou by the time i wa
on a real race. That is. if you're It will come as a surprise to a were not subject to it. I have can- In the process of frightening 40 1 would a m ilionaire."
"driving spirited horse in actual lot of people, including the lady passed a broad cross-section cf misty marauders from her hearth, humphrey's brief trip to South
race" before the cameras. That who runs my life, that the femi- husbands. They swear that the dis- my cave lady has one particular America convinced him that Lati
calls for $52.50 a day or $262.50 nine assumption of superiority is taff noise is such that they can sound which is so vehement that A ei"aa is ca the threshold a4
Sa week. If you just trot out a actually founded on fact; their scarcely bear it. t makes her as well as me, phenomenal in dustril deve
"spirited" norse, the pay slides to snores prove it. I do not like to. tell tales, but- plrbening her into quietness for. opme-t. He suggests that, if Amen-
.$36.75 dally. And if the Carners I have only the -trid of a theo- in my house it is scarcely possible the balance of the night. I do ipt an iaeumen are wise, they
lens is fixed on the jockey o a ast, but it says a that people to hear my grinding teeth over know from what this, part. gt wll pot. iyest t dollta
"spirited" hcrse held by a groom, snore because in, g is based on the assorted snorts, whistles, rums sound stems in the old fb soned t ,- m inr oth*
the pay is $26.25 a day. I a deep-seated memory of thebles, groans and steady crosscut- past, but I am pretur sure d i.pa of .
There's a section for swimmers, tim cswhen theohead of the house saw sounds that come from the something to do w d asae as of som
If you dive from a board between snered loudly to keep the wild lady's pillow. There is one noise I had read receattly. erpts of tn
three and four feet hi ou take animals out of the cave, in particular, a sort of savage from a British Ctle pe privately world
away $26.25. If the bo higher; This is reasonable because an- snarl, always delivered in my left which proved wo be mbr 'the x Mkt 20
than four feet, but less than six !other authority notice I mention ear as I am drifting off to sleepy- passlOnate than Mi r b : ..
feet, your take is 34.13 daily. Six no names claims that women ,bye, that more than ever con- more chaste; that- W etN a
feet high and over, but less th aisnore more often and in more vines me of the ptavistic basjI .upa a murderers -
ou daly varied te n and keys than men, of the snore. Thaisiss e o p r get de


your movie an4 i y she makes those sounds Then we ar k an
corral $S dali; ar baqk, with is involuntarily announcing that to search for burglars, for e i. mealmost year
no stirrups, $. daly. she has been the boss since ske no more slumber that night. In their snores ye'iball i o Id s that pe r
The stand-in, who seldom gets first dragged me home by the turn, the boss of the house fights and verily, now. I know w -, rl tht o,,he
that bi chance to re lace the hair. She is keeping the beasts in her dreams a saber-tcothed the king of my cave. If I 1-"he rport i the N.
star, takes $39.25 a week. A mid- from the cave, even today. tiger, a woolly mammoth and a my teeth iI self-defense, it is ol' onal Renaissa m _arty .a
get gets $97.15 weekly. A general I have never understood hew it giant cave bear, while the pooch an answer to the ancient fema ble th Ith
extra, the kind in virtually every was that men got all the blame and I huddle, shivering, in front wile of tears, which I find now t pActanat.hate-i-
i$97.50 weekly or for snoring, as if it were a bad of the fading fire. It was not Mac- be a false prop' In future, Iw lug pa -
Imore likey $19.43 a day, for rare. habit, like crap shooting or chew- beth who murdered slee I am do the weeping around here, and I the
ly does work run into a full week. ing tobacco, and that nice girls sure it was Lady Macbe .cave the burglars to the girls, applyinga ta
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It Isn't an easy way to wait for N a
the big break but it's easier than e t .Etsolinborrows Ifrma
It has been bollywood is booming. .thalo ae o
Not so long ago it was difficult The lFtte Hitleir is charge Is a
to get a sound stage on which to "-ng Hit fanatic," James Hi Ms-
produceprod films now that tele WASHINGTON --(NEA)- Prin-, Activities of the U...S. Burtau es have been recommended 't dole, of 10 W. 90th St., New York
doubled work out here cipal reason for President Eisen- pf Narcotics are limited to rogula- with this problem. City, W:hose sneering ast is that
The extras' big sister union, the showers' appoltment of a five- tio. of be.]qitimate drug trade The wholesalers and smugglers "what Hitler accom ned In Eu-
Screen Actors Guild, which hasn't member c a b I n et committee to for medical purposes, andtno,. often w It e s and yellows rope, the National Renaissance
gotten around to adopting me yet, ware war on drug addiction was a .icing the.Illicit-tade In t lar'a and Chinese. Red
recently surveyed Hollywood's desire to 'geL tougher enforcement ml and i nterstate- come ', C.ns'has become the leading sup.
'glamorous" proletatiat. It found of antinarcotic laws by state and per cent of the burea'a. ~ sl Dr...r llcit as tradersrs I Animal A ics
meant In both theatrical ictures Over jne past 15 years, a unt- manufacturers and distributors. ters aroupd ,. ".,
and TV films I d TV as ap- form narcotics law has been passed The Fifth Amendment to the The Ua' -Vetu4
apparently saved the industry. It o by all th, states. Enforcement, Constitution and Supreme Court new mtrT.. -ld
vIded 46 .cent of the actors', however, as ill extremely irregu- decialcns on search and seizure tion in 1953. But a serious blow to
| m .lar. And crime statistics on drug cases have limited the Federal Bu- Its efiectjveneas wa struck when Inda'l, -
I s surveyy, aow however addiction ladicte that nearly all reau of Narcotics activities on state the UN moved its enforcement unIt 6 idan
at the average laovie and TVi the vlolatkaa occur in states and and local drug law enforcement. from New York to Geneva cm me ..s_,C.."
isn't exactly rolling in lush. cities wher e, enforcement is lax. The bureau's budget of $3 million tlon of the Uuited KInjdom. 11 Looks 6ie y .., .
a gro re in an income bracket diction is now heaviest.are Califor- 250 agents-which is about the size mnttee includes.. ..of shepI's wol 4 WSuI C
of 'up to $7,500 a year" or' aboutnal, Illinois, Michigan, New York, of the Akron, Ohio police fbrce. asate treasu, ode, *.eli, 14Let ,10Ep E .,.tlbelug
I10awe.Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas. By contrast, New York alone has e scatfon and wrn eand tbh e I5 Trios by the .i top (sag .
There are thousands of steel States where there is medium 200 officers assigned to the nar- attorney general, -'can on tongue -ISPIlgp. .,
and auto workers and millions of addiction are Arizona, Colorado, cotie squad, Los Anelels has 50 eroblemsi tira- lCompps poe.t1sp~ehMp group 2
construction trade craftsmen who. Ind In a, Louisiana Maryland, and Chiogo has 40. ]ut it a la, e-ntrol, b. as pelny ma- IT Ma7 an (ab.) 2
take home much more. So if you're Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, enforcement in theU bl c tIonsal contr unsulate 20pesdi_ p 1
a member of Dave McDonald's or Iew Jese, New Mexico, Okla-w he r e convicted pe. ers have CoL David P. Page, West Point- 19 Summer (Pn)tt nt_,
Walter Reuther's unio don't envy horma and wisconsin. The District been released on proation instead er th former m asaze editor, 20 Formulated 32ratn a .
the followers of the screen actors of Columbla fails in this category, of being given stiff sentences has beep made executive hed-of theories -. bsO ,
president Waiter Pidgeon or the The other 20 states have little or that allows the drug traffic to go the Presidert's eabinet committee. 22 Hollo,' NTrleste wine
extras' convivial Dick Gordon no addiction or illicit dru traffic, on and ow They lhted wnto throuu te horned- .....A.is'r.
the debonair army officer in the While the use of drugs as been Most o! the traffic and addiction Governors' Co UtUh e 1 Con- riunlant 24 Apainst '
background of Walter Pidgeon's on the Increase sine 1948, it has can be traced to slum areas and fetnee of Mayers..aaL sp _ilar 25Poseesarn SDisjinctpa
party In 'The Last Time I saw not spread to small towns or to substandard families. Detroit has rousu for a resurvey of all U.S. 26Cotagar
Ycu ean eat glamor. This is ured by the national average of' largely to two police precincts, better ..d...w....or ....e efreemem 3.Pr,....l
a hard-w6rking proletariat, this one addict for every 3000 persons. INew York state and city author. -3|Pokerstake
Hollywood crowd. This means Only 50.000 to 55,000 ties have found that 90 per cent Tougher Judges and en- Rntte (co8.)
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CAIRO-(UP)-Archeolcgists of
the University of Pennsylvania will
jet jut on an expedition at Mit
Rehina, on the site of ancient Mem-
Phis, early in 1955 to search for
little-known facts in the .life. of the
ancient apa commoner.
l The exp tion will be a joint
Undertaking bt the university's mu-
seum and the Egyptian depart-
ment of anti hl
Mr. and M% John Dimick of
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Egyptian government, will be
maintained by the university at
Mit Rehina for the personnel.
The archeologists intend to dig
up at Mit Rehina "the lesser
known fact. aibut 'thi lifted of the
ancient Egyptian etofmon m'a n,
his implementations housing and
living conditions Dimick said.
Ths work on the vestiges of or-
dinary peole4Of lng ago wil on.
trast ahar Itl .-in muc jblb
cized exaca~ tos at the SKkara
necropolIs, a short distance uphill
from Mit Rehlaa.


WE, UV. ., came Wousa Lost sum-
Or in advance of the university FeM XegiW
group, which is spected to ar- -"-
live here next FebroW. Generations of archeologists have
Dimick, a reseaicp associate concentrated their researches on
With the university, aid the expe. the pyramids and other tomb struc-
dition will be under the direction tures at Sakkara, where pharaoh
Of Dr. Rudolph nthes, Acurator of and other great personages were
the Egyptian department of t h e buried at death In their glittering
university's museum. ornaments. ,
Dimick credited the present Mit Rehins lies in the- area of
Z.yptian regime for choosing the original Nile flood and has suf-
"selected outside interests" to co- fered from perennial inundation,
operate with Eptian areheolo- whereas the Sakkara plateau was
gists in tacklfiag-e mountainous spared the ravages of the floods.
amount cf research that remains The forthcoming expedition in-
to be done here. tends to carry on the thorough re-
search in gEyptology conducted by
University to Pay the University of Pennsylvtni ;mu-
seum in the past and to fire the
Dimick said the government imagination' of the public with the
evinced keen interest in the plans far-flung field work of'its stafg of
for the forthcoming expedition and archeologists.
showed "enormous good-will" in While laying the groundwork for
extending to the museum all the the expedition, Dimick is also on
U privileges needed for the work at a research fellowship with t he
it Rehina. merican A Research -Center in
The associate Egyptologists and Egypt Inc. He is collaborating with
scientific personnel for the expe- Dr. Bernard Bothmer, director of
edition will be supplied by the uni- the re -arch center, until the Mit
versity and the department of an- Rehina excavations get under way.
ti/uities. The mission of the research cen-
The university will underwrite ter is to establish a permanent
the physical costs of the joint ven- headquarters for Americana rche-
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WANTED TO BUY:-- or 1-horse-
power single phase, 25-cycle motor.
Call Balboa 3657.
Help Wanted
WANTED.-Good mornad for child core.
Must hove references. House 5437-
B. Diablo.
WANTED: Experienced housemaid
for general housework. References.
Phone 3-5092.;
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: -- S500 worth monkeys,
couple bear, Mfaooaws. Mothios Ma-
rine Sales, Tavares Florida. ---
WANTED. Slide trombone. 12 Uru-
guay Av'. Panaon Phonie 3-0632.
Positb fOSred
WANTED-- clon. Bring
reference. 45th i Sl No. 3.

t4 New training

Cedenrs To Be

-Ud Arm


will construct -14 noew training
centers for reser u lt in 10
states .


I The projects include twelve
200-man and two 400-man build-
ings for home station training
of Army reserve units. construc-
tion costs centers will total $1,-
806,000.


Aget/ilntesn L de Publcaele
FARMACIA LUX
Parque Leievre 7 a.ieet
LEWIS SERVICE
La Canal Ave.


FOR SALE
Miseellanoous
I FOR SALE: Speed Graphic camera
complete with oll accessories, new
condition. Call Bialboa 2-4274.
FOR SALE:-Beautiful BATEAS.. the
best CHRISTMAS GIFT, at Pete
Hlson. opposite Hotel El Panama.
FOR SALE: Baby carriage, baby
scale and bothinette. House 2810-
A, Cocol. Phone Navy 3113.


FOR SALE: Christmas Decorations
and Lights for Homes, Stores, Clubs
and Organizations. Christmas Trees
on sole now. AMERICAN SUPPLY.
"'" Street No. 14. Phone 2-1060.
FOR SALE:-I Army type shortwave
radio, 60-cycle, good buy for $45'
1 Fieldmaster .22 rifle. 18 shot,
$30; I pair of binoculars. 20-pow-
er, $60; I shotgun. Stevens .12-
aouge, single barrel. $18. 866
Morgan Ave, Balboa 2-3460.
FOR SALE:-A.K C. registered Cock-
er Spaniel pups. Weaned. Ready for
Christmas. Phone 4-576.
FOR SALE:-Cushman motor scooter;
Redwood louvers, assorted sizes.
mahogany slats, 35-in. Cristobol
3-2458.
FOR SALE:-Xmas tree decorations,
2 large matching ruP, one set gold
bonded glassware. Phone Bal. 2339.
FOR SALE:-A tAfrican violets for
Christmas. Many colors, varieties.
75 cents. House 6243. Bequeron
Street. Los Rios. Phone 2-3365.
FRKSALE:-IVIRYTHING FOR THE
SPORTSMAN, including Black &
Decker utility & power tools: Mich-
igan Wheel Co. boat propellers and
accessories; Elto and Evinrude out-
board motors; boat and boat kits,
Hercules bicycle; Tasco batteries;
Rawlings: Everlost, Voit and other
sports equipment; Western Jet Co.
2-spring and Arbolete underwater
guns; tennis rackets restrung; rods
& reels repaired. SIRVIC 0 DE
YVINTAS ABERNATHY, Wholesale
& Retail. Your friendly sport)rig
goods store. open until 9 p.m till
Christmas. Across side treat Hotel
El Panama. Phone'3-0264.


FOR SALE



opposite William, Cottages, dlv
wek-end. $5800 tern. N.E. Had.
state, Navy 3295 or 2488.

E. German Youths

Getting Special


The Army engineers will select Training In Russia
and acquire sites for each proj-
ect. Construction is expected to WASHINGTON. Dec. 17 (UP'
start within three to sti months The U.S. Information Agency
after acquisition of a suitable reported today that some 3.000
site. East German youts are under-
Location of the new training going special trading in Russia
aesters with number of men to to forip "the hbrd core of Ger-
be ;accomafodated Inolude ASh- man communism of -the future."
eoaL Ga., 400; Rome, Oa., 400,
sG Hill m.C., 200. The agency said these young
.o.k Hill.... ...0. men and women hve been care-
-- fully selected b7 the East Ger-
c (sf Iman Communist PFiary and its
aseW Of youth organeattop.. They are
(CoKu tied from Page 1) currently receiving special in-
"L e itrUction in Soviet universities
ed-the sick and wounded...these as part of courses scheduled to
bands that have been trained to run from five to six years.
cure and not to kill).. .-wtl you-
believe It? Ctanoi I you acepi?" It said that each student stu-,
As -Corrigan approached the dyine In Russia receives a Soviet
elimas of Iislengthy argument, subsidy of about $125 a month,
h eball0 -that he 30-year-old the largest scholarship award to
IW rd Aild testified he be- Russian students. However, the
dd wife still, was at Bast Germans receive an addi-
h t ? ded: "It you ask tional $ 5 from the East German
she your side now?' regime to offset high living costs,
tay,'ye, Marilyn is with the agency said.
Vhe.
torrigan concluded with a. re- France Delays
minder to the jurors that "we
approach the season of Christ- DeL On Paris
mas, the time when God came Debate On Paris
down to a Virgin and set men An.r Amo fe


FAMUrClit


Via fpaa No 34


RESORTS
MISCELLANEOUS


DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
209 Central Avenue. beside Capita-
lio Theater. Phone 2-3479. Day-
Night service.
Gromlich's Santo Clari leach Cot-
tages. Modern conveniences, mod-
crate rates. Phone Gomboo. 6-441
POSTER'S COTTAGES, enm mile past
Sonta Clf,. Low fatt. -1 Phone
Ba le2 2-1866.


WILLIAMS' Santa. Clara Beach Cot-
tages-rockgos. refrigeration, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.


Phili.p Oceansde ce age, Santa
Clara. Box 435, Bolboo. Phone
Ponoma 3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
FOR RENT
HogBae
FOR RENT:- Modern three-bedroom
house, 2 bathrooms, living room.
dining room, maid's quarters, at
alle Vista, 47th Street No. 17,
upstairs. Phone 3-1551.
FOR RENT
Apartments


ATTINTION L. I. Just built modem
furnished apartments. one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.


FOR RENT:-One-bedroom furnished
apartment over Panama Auto Com-
pany en..Automobile R oaw, $90
monthly. CIall hlboa 2870.
FOR' REN': FurnitshWoi artment.
Best residential section.' f one or
two couples. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: One or two bedroom
furnished apartments. Good resi-
dential section. Phone 3-0276.
FOR RENT;- 2-bedroom apartment,
screened, No. 56. $60; furnished
$75. Phonrw 2-2116 or 3-0234.
Key: Apartment Nd 1
FOR RENT:-Furnished small apart-
ments, one bedroom, kitchen and
Sboth. Bella Vista. Phone 3-1648.


FOR RENT:- 2-beddoom apartment,
living room, dining room, both-
room. 130th Street, San Francisco,
Via Porras No. 16.


:O' RENT: PFnlshed opaortno.
concrete. North American idih-
bars. Reasonable. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT:--Comfortable apartment
on Via Espana: One bedroom, liv-
ing room, dining room, porch, ga-
rage. Phone 2-1456.


FOR RENT: Modern small apart-
ment: Large bedroom, living room.
screened back porch, balcony, mod-
ern bathroom and kitchen, pointed
modern colors. Rent: $65 monthly.
Available immediately. an. be used
as two bedrooms if necessary. Lo-
cated near CanaltZone. Phone Pan-
omg 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT:-Modern unfurnished 1-
b'edroom apartment, near Hotel El
Panama. 102 Via Espoaia. Phone
Balboa 2870.

LOST & FOUND
FOUND:-Boxer dog. six days ago.
"Cllnica Dr. Fernandez. Phone 3-
1902:.


Mirrors and Glasses

beautify your homes

Visit or dall us and we
shall gladly inform yQy.
of their various uses.


Fibrka de Espejos


-" t heke
Hthelr WU of lee. cwatoAnd cake
FOR--L,' lw efr-- they wM be allowed to examine'
FOR SALEt-W shoue refriga. a C aircraft be placed i
tar, 25-cyce freers top, goad the pilot's cockpit.
condition, 2 0' C 5 -5)2 before* frb r wflU th complete a
7 p.m. tour of the base so that they
FOR SALE: Westinghouse electric can inspect the shops in opera-
"roaster andbter.Phone ebo lion, .At te compleMton of the
3390. tour they will be placed on the
FOR SALE:-Wst r--rigerb- us for the return to the foster
FOR SALE;--Wosttnshuse nringero- home.
tar, 60-cycle; youth bed; one ,4 The story does not end here
bed. 377-A, New Crlstobel 32977. l however, for the following hour
FOR SALE: ItVediately b e ingg will be the most interesting for
transferred: Easy washing machine; the yOUgi chase b. Following
2 bamboo choirs with end table & d loly be l d the buses will be
hassock; Quartermaster dresser with I. truck load of toys that have
lorge circular 'mirror and bench; been donated by the families of
antique mople dresser; porcelain the base for the "Operation
top kitchen table; typing table; na- Christmas" program.
tive mahogany small table; 2 occa- This party is a part of the en-
sional chairs; New Home cabinet tire "Operation C h t itmas"
electric sewing machine; floor fan; which is a annual affair of
Chinese rag 802; Samson wooden personnel of the Caribbean Air
card table. Bargoifn. 671 Curun- Command.
du Heights. 83-2245 after 10 a.m.
FOR SALE Released US Pilot


Boats & Motors T Ya
FOR SALE:-Outboard motor Mercu- *TeS 0 eas
ry Super "10," perfect condition,
god price. Mr. Navarro, Phon oef
OTTAWA, Dec. 17 (UP)-
IUIf" ^ F Squadron leader A. R. MacKen-
uzle said today he spent four
months of his two ears of im-
prisonment by the Chinese Com-.
SA r mounts seated on his bed, un-
able to move about his prisoft
e Ri cell or read.
25 r R n Macenzie told a press con-
Sference, his first since his re-
PETERPORTlease b Red China on Dec. 5.
ST; PETERPORT Guernsey that after 18 months of solitary
Dec. 1 i'.-American-born confinement the Communists fl-
Robert m h thaway, nlly Induced him to sign a par-
who married the lme 6f tSrk trial conlfssion that he had "in-
ad besamaetetill chleftain of vaded Chinee air space "
the Channel isle of Iak, died Two' C&adian cabinet minis-
Wednesday after a reign of. 25 terms issued a statement with the
years. press conference denying. Mac-
Known the Norman feddal KeMzie's "confeusion"and charg-
title of ~gfeur, Hathaway, 68, ing that the Royal Canadian Air
died at his home. Force pilot's imprisonment was
He served in the first w rld a violation of the Korean armi-
He se ,rved ine tef rst gn se hAtsce.
war in the Royal Flying Cor MacKenzie, a, 11. Air Force
and in 193 S in London. he mar- exohanRe pilot, aid he was shqt
ried La Dames de ark, then-the
widow of Dudlel BeaumonJt. 9=1 On-0

The couple celebrated- t sIn is N p
25th anniversary on Nov. 5, t dh Campftey and Ext A
Ing the Island In a horse-dr Minister Lester B. Pearson said
carriage with cake and wine fr Canada's position had been
the old and sick who were ui- made kA*"w when Canada Don ;
able to attend the function. sored the United Nations resolu;
During the German occupatiopl tion calling for the release of 11
of the islands Hathawaf was d. U.. prisoners charged by the
ported to an internment ca hinese Reds with e spying.
in Austria and was liberated MacKenzie told the press con-
,American forces. ference he was tore that If he
.merican ors.hadn't scorned the statement he
S 1f -' would still be in solitary con-
S i. wif lo heS 'He said three Amerlean Air
Force officers Imprisoned with
aTA fIi im were told at the same time
To Hold A un that their cases had been'"made
clear."'
t vlr "You could assume from that
Ad l eiviLcs that thev also signed state-
mIm, maoena ze san-_ .4-.


The 4th Sunday In Advent will
be observed with appropriate
services at St. Christopher's, Rio
Abajo. on Dec. 19. Thy schedli;e
for the day is as follows:
7:30 amn. Sung Eucharist and
Sermon; 10:30 a.m.. Morning
Prayer and Church School; I':m
noon Baptisms; 6:30 p.m. xvdp-
song and Sermon.
The following schedule fbr the
Christmas season has also been
announced
. Friday, Dec. 24: 11 p.m. Serv-
ice of Chrlstmas Carols; 11:30
p.m.--Proceason and Blessing of
the creche Ill:50 p.m. 8ung 111-
Oharist and Bermo .
Christmas. Dec. 2: a.. Heo-
ly Communion.
Christmas Sunday, Dec. 26:
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist anil
Sermon; 6:30 p.m. Christmas
Pageant and Traditional Servite
lf hrlt'nma winln


mentsJ, Ma ensle salld.

Panzer Chief Says

WenMt 1|Was'
'hemja* Army

BONN, Germany, Dee. 17 fbP)
Former Gen. Hasso von Man-
teuffEl," Who commanded the
panser army that besieged Pas-
togne 10 years ago this week,
today told the West German Par.
lament that the Nazi Wehr-
macht was the world's most de-
mopratic army.
And he warned -that the new
West German 'army "misi :bei
free of humilUating limitations'
Manteufell told Parliament II
must not let' the Allies palm Off
St.ha uIno warms "second hband


see and established In the-world greemen S u an new ary A
Seesdom t caused the Chris-l cc R Tuesday Dec 28: 3-5 p.t. motor scooters ad other worn- TO
t -- 'r'cu" PARIS, Dec. 17 (UP) -France's LA 6ARANTIA Children's Chriastmas Party f out equipment "
t loved him, she must powerful national defense com- No. 96 Catral Avenue Birs. 6-td ts pGaisti- tre Am
of bh indiscretlonsmlMtte of the National Assem- Party for students from dethed
,v* > ...his & not just that with bly today recommended the post-1 (PATIO KODAK) 1-Sr. Department.,man Partj i the Bonn Parate-
miss esr Danaceau nontin-,ponement of the debate on theKThepartment. t .gpd n
W 5deMo ued e things create bitter- ratification of the Paris agree Tels. 2-2272 and 2-2222 share in these many services and ie German rearmament trfw-
fi. I'i- ** na....- I programs.
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Sthi tune of "Swedish Aiso.
4'V ewith w lri... It iold some,
'ai nothing extra-special. Just
a Cleveland dise jockey for
accidentally played the 45
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NBA Staff Cwrespemdmt
HOLLTWOOD*-(NEA)- Ummov
ring Hollywood: Tg-guy Hm-
prey Bogart is rInt et
snarlm O
that wifLauren Batate n- ht
dalubbing without him.-indicates a
marriage bustp -on thei'horson.
pe' 1e: "t
aThe gal wha wrote that vas
tee. feuIllS witk Bety for year.
We I wer I tday houme at s
ire, Betty eat--.with fzla .
8e what?"
Press agents* at Fox watched
Marilyn Mloree wiggle across ai
studio street and thought up a new
Util*for her they were told quickly
to forget:
"America's SEAT-heartl"
There's no,'ehhce;of -ltarsPa.
letter resumbn fer movie career
now that s'sa Mrs. John .Wayne.
She's ninIedim-0fS with:li'mn
sorry-I'm a houewifN."
Ava G In the W th
lifting lo 9n her recent South
American heta in the January
issue of Motion Pieture Magazine.
She blames a combination of "feel'
ng against .Americans, plus the
faet that I'm a famous American
name and a perfect target."
Winds up Ava-.about flying down
to Rio:
"It was Jut like the days of
Hitler."
A MOVIE ABOUTt mlalng a
movie is thbe bsh-hush plot o1 Lu-
eiUle Ball an De A as'sa next
film for MOM. They'llprodce it
themselves at their teleffl S tu-
dio. .go deflation note: The
new 185 automobiles around the
movie lots are attracting more. at-
tention than the stars in them.
Bette Davis, -rarin' to go now
that she's recovered from the os-
teomyqlitis that halted her career,
will do her first acting In over a
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being staged for one i Piort- BeeWx
land. Me. potent"
Gerrge Stevens wt anxiouS to asm
fBtte for the role a. Luz I
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Shely Winters. I heir sha more IT Bett
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Prediction: Paramount's. "The
Country Girl' should win Oscar
bida for its three sta -race al.
ly, Blag Crosby and Bill Rolden.
Grace and Judy Garland will race
to the wire in the annual beat der-
by.
Sir Laurence Oliviet's first wife,
Jill Esmond, is resuming her act-
ing career in F6x's "A Man Called
Peter." Their son, Tarquin, just
Joined the British navy..
Sign outside th 'holiday House
at Malibu:
"GrogL withet segf*.
DEIRIE REYNOLDS coslties
to tea pals she may quit acting
after she becomes Mrs. Eddie Fish-
er. .. The way things std now
it will be a move for as pa-
rate nnintenance-not divorce -;
whde Ray Anthony's wife, Dee,
goes into court. Rakts 6iaes in


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She wasn't taking tt way when
I quls ed her in Vegas a month
ago.

Gregory Pee. Is said to have
made up his mind about Veronique
Passanie. She'll be-the second Mrs.
Peck.
Marissa Pavan is doing most of
the ,mWRthg for Anna Mag ani
during the-Wfmtllng of *"The Rose
Tattoo." Say? .ar.. who plays
Anna's daugt.:'
"She eant kolWd n gEglsh eoM.
vemnall with mkeek eafliene,
but you should hdar berred.4hse
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Re coMnitve Carroll D. Keans, of the X4th Penn-
slvy us.lanal District. was the Srt of heaoer with
May ra yerteday at a juneheon giVen by Unt O tates
Aml or *ad Mrs. elden Chapin at the embpay resa-
deane L Crests
Mr. C hapin to a resident of BCh, Pennsylvana, wich
is oSted In Ceniredman Kgn s dsrni W /.
Included in the luncheon for the Ambasmador's home-dis-
Wet Congressman and his lady were ethw o member of the
sh 1eMdonal and senatorial party who have been vlgting
the- Isthmus this week.
Cusreat Events Group The sale was sponsored by the
Met Yesterday Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow Memo-
The Current Events Group of orial Auxiliary to the Veteran of
the Canal Zone College Club hed Foreign Ware Post No. M74.
their Pre-Christr.as meeting yes-
terday at the home of Mrs. T. J. The committee responsible for
Heldenretch Cugundu H i g h t the success of this sale was Mrs.
with Mrs. Henry Starrett acting Ninfa Strickland, chairman, and
o-hathmess. tMrs. Rhoda RobiBscn.
Mrm. ]' % naX S. BrFIe k m a n
xat an tateralS8 W n e of her President Betti-Jeanne Mc ek
ravelss While stationed in Ger- and the committee members ap-
many, discussing to some degree preciated the response to their ef-
the events before 1945 and the cur- forts.
rent events as they are at-present.
Tea was served, Rosary Alary Altr Grouml
.---. Enjoy Pary
InaIn arft
TheCuren Eo o Axlia ry t eteras o

oe C ds of Bake Sale held their mor mt N and
held ths week in Gatun ent for Christmas part evening.
the benett of little itacinto Jua- Mrs. Mildred- re ided .
me rox, three-yerld Paamandian After the, ouuq L, meeting "re-
boy who was so severely burned freshmen s tf ties sed by Mrs.
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BALBOA O iwLv. :
(Jnst blow tie A .g
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SpeBl sale Prd
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Pan cares oper
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a ribboos and tre dedurations. All
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who had iistallate ceremony t(orrow at
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ianl, and Temple. And aI and 6oetal "Suh t
To pass the iMe, W a M told
- A1U Eastern Stars and their me,
friends are Invited. and sorit did, Time'st lown-
Faeter Wtuha a "T
The nw date of officer to be
in stalled Is headed by Ann Eck- AccompUllmenta roled an ant
,off, asr Worthy Matres and Ht- -p
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by her mwa expimnmtablia TO. a e Yest, p.Pt Old.
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will last for a period of two months. Our aC"rat compUshaMwj.
No previous knwledge of the craft Civic, community pd peq
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How a botCrldmts 3dinne Werrry w ~i~h iil ul arrVP
the New nglarnd tra etim? eLodt' aie frst .t
y.eok i pn at the 1= a"t- a -dover e adOI r i v
mas -on the groundsat- wa-'shied in the adut L la
Acdmy. founded In1'M.Th
Megracious red brick Andover Inn I hrbool at th n This
with Its striking white.volumns, University.
snow on the gxMiasnd he efra-
grance of wonderful gY)~ eood' WPQ WivasmM
creates the mood.rStrangers=,mks N
Heore ros part of nhe inn's Ce at" The December mei
ChiefoPettys Odd eners- Wiveb1C,
mas o menu: i at Co o Solo was hld in the fo
..Menu.Cranbey nut 'B )rela d.ofa Chr i tms a reTat .t.IT N
roast stuffed Day Kiate ducklin, a Chsma luc on tth T s
urroast native tom turkey2b3 "ed 11- euar St MarsL A deC a t tao lyo n .
teaspious redog prok wndoer, 1 n .-.._P-itas .ri..-...
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Va p r d Th c mna Adsw. of, Sthe tal 'a ,ahcrae
idad.t i a corsages were i vg
There will bey apple elder too each t t TMhsem,.h .-."a-
flN STAGE, EVERYONE-Two wooden. tables serve as a stage Cider was so Popular in 1Mthcen peia ai.. ma -
S this cute four-year-old ballerina performing for a TV o ted b ngaa r e lu he a itl-
i.dMunich, Germany. The tiny perqrmer was one of many who pf tas eots rerl. amee- da
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umpa k teln le moats pan. om Brsta" erall oli. weea .. s.+t.- s.... ,,- ....
anesew Predas al.er, on. da t l ra Clant ;Vtory records that one iYnnkee
ori ans teired a ew t ocatlofo Fran pn eol.pEbenezr Crafts-whO pe a ao nddixs, ad .o h
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LEADr Chilm a d re M 31 lre ruawsi atnd ne AdP as a ,wa .plasta a k h a
Twooaldtone half cups of at b
urosu mefT o a rn d 3 cup sugar, U St. Mary's Aelln. .dTh, Ibufist--eW is a c i a- l
abakin powder, 1 0 Pl-a. "beforeCeriat-
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.4 ~~~~~~Wcpmik.Mt %A adaemy in ColdC etab a no wlhldisa-wsGr Brrta taetatKrcMs. s
and ad 4 ta-n aw a Christmas carniva for | ".
nm ANeDbuteror ar- vffren neices, nephews, little -nteIa
,dW ft yJp chop d nuts; 1% tars and brothers of its memboer- widt ad onteleft4
r4 b es1 ta lespoon grat- xblp oil.Surnday from 3 to 5 p.m.a of-e mi
>pel hake in a 9x-iWcOi he. Piracialous Medalo PFaris *na ei t" COf "a.
a a t l y ) l o a f p a n H a l l i n Co L n. w n S l.--,

ooSweet Potato Valencia
T a. a r gl a a S a n tamC l au. rse eFt s
T he C church of the N azarene'will hav e.ektheir.openi C T a ke hal a re movre e beabutA over 25 th eo nt Kor -.... O I o. e.
0Service, at their new location 410 Frangipani St. of the pulp. Boil and peel rc,:C for each 4- n f Ivour diS bedtesaet
Anoan .C .Z. T here w ill not beV anym m ." ,'. m euow stat s weet e s I ilt, except that' alum nae Whb ,o... ",-.-.Z ,
.,and whip thoroughly with butter or are .rin. ", a special gift for an amissr! =....u
the Diablo S hool. Gym. j margarine, salt and pepper and 2 orphan need notlPay admission., ,,,tHeL
tablespoo o' ns Fil4i. F oranges to Any proceeds fronm the pry. .- -hIa yota-at
YOU ARE -IVE A -HWELQ T- oven. When done, add 1 marsh. b"-turne over.tort.r i
ALL "I~RVI~ d .a.lrow that has been cut in. small
places to the top of each. Return
to the oven for a few minutes. Biltwo~tCuadadgaiuet h lb3a
___________ _____ grvs p~iping hot.

AND ALLTIME W a' afor ewd of ate croouos com-
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Full Lead, Swe~~lish ~~ ~ ~.. AlelesWarozaes Ubi 4dM
ForestiHdiung Hede A -large group wap in -attendan- Poa ma 1 v.a f-,
-"V. T Aso SetMd- the-Oeneral Assembly of the rs .DorisGofnzbales;uon-"kb *_,,ia.
CRYSTAL Monday hasbeenannouced.by Colon Unit of th'in _tet-Americani-v a; wepud. ve s. in...
Dr. and MlrLs Stumpf, cpru buld.ingm.'br.CLub .Monday afternoon no.n im;vih 'o Uwu l u
in Oust Stok at of-telpTowet Club, as the date On r'-clu))buil ong ay aferoe brnhaing hany' ir m a
which the Tower Club of St. Lu'ke's Guest of honor at the-fleigbisigftb ale in la
fans CathedwilGr aBretral, Ancon, Willhold its an--wsGr aret t n a a ~kwithMrs. a

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smi-clasinic "qood Morning, Maa,
or (1926) to a commencement ad-
dress .heatade at Harvard last

In a general way none of these
items has previously appeared.ian
book form although "Good Morn-
Ila, fjor'" has Ieegincluded in a
nupaberof anthology and at leas t
ea -other story. '~un. Seas a
Sand," was published as a paper.
back a year or two ago.
Most of the uelecdIns in TEISTY
__. Share short tories, illustrat- P'ROUD IHORT Tanice AHullinger, 10, of Mane,
m Marol .detdopmeuti n .e proudly holdst..te blue ribbons which "Shorty," her.Aberd
o uu. mWie iso notably, nus. steer, wep at the International Livestock Exposition
d by hig nwals. There .re thiloo, 1. The lpI0-pouUd aleek black steer wus:,adudgld
alO a number of gently sarddIie best .of about 400 aLlmilS entered It the Junior divi
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.Frday nigh Des. 24 at. 8-30
the Christmas Eve sermon will
be given by Rev. Arthur Zylstra.

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The story of lives of three
explorers, Robert Peary, Carl
Akeley, and Roy Chapman An-
drews, giants of the golden age
of American exploration, are told
n thriin g detail in "Beyond Ad-
venture," a book written by Mr.
Andrews, which was placed in
circulation during the puat week
by the Canal Zone.
All three men were scientists,
originators. pioneers on Journeys
beset by hazard and hardship,
suffering and frustration. Fasci-
nation with the unknown' wap
the force that drove them to new
places where life was dangerous
and richly, adventurous.
The titles and the names of
the authors of the other books
placed in circulation during the
week follows:
Non-fiction: Jesus and His
Times Daniel-Rops; The Man in
the T'ihlok llad Suit, Lang;
American seashells, Abbo The
modern- -sperlb- eM- tl
Dogs and people, Papasbhvyll
The. tastemakers, Lynes; The
ren4rkable Mr. Jero e, Leslie;
Beyond adventure, Andrews; and
People of the blue water, 3Iff.
Fiction ; Murder walks the
stals, Barns;aThe cross and the
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Har; The huge season, Morris;
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Mrs. Mary .Douglas of nearby
GaX.. lost 'a Iplin gold wedding
band more than 60 years ago. A
relative found it, but lost it again
some years later., Becntly Ed-
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the yard of the fainly hom-e, tuned;
up his great-aunti ring again'after
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Ge.q, itQiew B. Rtdway,, Amy
Chlef ui staff who waged- a
.gns against a smaller cut last hL
Was said by associates to have
rse ed vigorously. -.
Despite his object ini, the ad-
instrati6n has revived its once-
a adorned plan to trim more than
400000 rom present Army, Navy,
md Marine rclls. This is ia line
with Its position that the threat of
global war has diminished and a
smaller force s possible for the
cold war.
In addition, the administration Is
faced with a S-billion-dollar budget
deficit in the fiscal year starting
next July 1. The armed services
represent one of the fw a r e as
where major cuts could be made.
Such a cut in military manapower
woull be almost sure to imJet
strong Democratic oppositin un-
less the administration can pro-
vide convincing reasons. M a y
Democrats have expressed concern
over' military cutbacks aireA d y
made by the admnaistratimu.
The armed forcatare scheduled
to 1o0e o210,2 men between now
and uWt Jue, in. line with t*
aduollstration's goal of 3,047,009
men. under arms. on that date.
* Defense Secretary Charles
Wilson said Wednesday night he
p]anII a further cut.during'the new
fLselP year to "something l i si"
than 1.047 000. He gave no Inal

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disssin the psepesed military
uimpower pragrem.
I f the plan to reduce to
men would meanAfurther
al o American tro ops
fr the Far East, where the
States now has oe Maine
an, three Army divislol Five
Aidy division have been with.
drap. from ile Far ast during
the past year.
The administration origin ally
salid, ered cutting to l,01,m00 'm
but the plan was dropped last
sum mer because the Defense De
apartment felt more men would be
needed in the Far East. thie indo.
china war was thenin full awing.
Defense Department so u r e e m
said the plan was revived when
defense officials were completing
the military budget for the new
fisCal year.
The Army now has ,370,28 5
men: the Navy 702,219, and the
Marine, 221,352. Unlike the other
services, the Air Fcrce. plans to
add 6,500 men by June 30 to reach
a force of 970,000.
The cut would be apart from any
reduction that might be possible if
Congress adopts President Eien-
howers' new plan for enlarg I n g
military reserve forces. The Army
would benefit most frcn' the re-
serve' program but this did not
halt Its opposition to a cut I a
standing strength.

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Salin s The U.S. Court of Appeals today
turned down the Post Office De-
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Snudist magazines from the malls
Sln. Henry c. Dworshak, ,.of as obscene.
Idaho. and Mrs. Dworsha. and| The court upheld by a 2-to-I
Representative Cairoll IX Kearns .,ote a lo qr court order prohib-
of PennsyLvalt.' and Mrs. ling the department from tak-
Cearns, are among the 20 pams-ing action against the publica-
aengers scheduled to sail from tlon--Suna5ine and Health So-
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the 88 Cleqobal of the Panama t Natural Herald.
Line. lTe Post Office charged that
R Arthur Younger, of otographs of nude women in
Caltlhoania, andMr. YOw e magazines "are erotically
who arrived on the Isthmus fr. r lAd lustfully stimulatin and
the West Coast, are the only pM-hoxually provocative to te av-
sengers booked for Port-au- *age male person viewing
Prince, Haiti. s gnem." However, a district court
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SiVirtual Match Race
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*The Stud Montelimar's steadily improving bay
colt Turgot, which goes in an entry with the disap-
mlmtiqg Chispeante, is expected to stage a thrilling
8tk with the Cococha Stable's speedy Barge Royal
nls"6irow afternoon in the featured $600 seven-fur-
nmgr sprint for Class "D" imported thoroughbreds
Ihftp Juan Franco race track.
There are six horses entered In could cause trouble If he is in
Sure but the rallbirds are good shape.
pi animous in predicting Cormorant, a disappointment
e race will turn out to be last Sunday, gets in under the
8-)iorse battle between light Impost of 105 pounds with
iRoyal and Turgot. Donny Fortunato Hidalgo Jr.. his regu-
Iqrmorant. Chispeante and lar rider, slated to guide him.
are the other sched-
i a rs. El Regalo, which also perform
,, well with apprentice Andres
Royal, which lost a Gonzales up, could be the big
-~reaker to Persian Coun- surprise in this event. He was
as. ist. Sunday, will be ridden another that did not live up to
bjXias.Agulrre instead of Ale- expectations last week.
JiW Ycaza on this occasion.
Altredo Vasquez, as usual, will be Chispeante, which was rated
a td:. Turgot. The latter was the best prospect among the
lbb.waqer over Westow In the Stud Montellmar's colts, has beern
lower bracket after a hard fight performing poorly of late. Ift he
Pi the. way last Sunday. is at his best, however, he could
*AiR. -, be In the thick of the battle. Viec
.e .Jockey battle between tor Alvear will ride the Oscar
vfl uez and Agulrre will add in- Ohitis-trained racer.
At the feature. Vasques
iArts the weekend five winners Nine other interesting races,
1thead of Agulrre in the race for including a mile event for Class
4op mars in the saddle depart- ,E," imports are Included on
men r the second semester. this excellent Saturday program.
te r will receive a cash
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Ist Race "I" Imported Fgs.Punm: W75. P ool loses : 1 :45
First Race of the Double
2-LO Trouble B. Am!. 118.T. efft Tt ining $ %YSjfA Td
1-Floreno 0. San. 108 -Long overdue 2-1 -. ",.
2-L. 0 Trouble B. Agul. 118 -Post-to-post effort 3-2 The arrtjal b.ll`rrtaonllard '71
3-Firenze A. Bassan Box-Longshot possibility 10-1 in Panam rt hs t 1att .. -" & ." -...
4-V. Breeze F. Hidal. 115 -Dropped In clam 3-1 ly 4 hour ls a track VPanama's tAum s uels a
5-Alabarda M. Hurley 111 -Will force the paoe -1 champion s to arrive Colon's Jos wn today were J
6-C. Brand Mena R. 103x-Nothing to Indiate -1 at Tocumen tt 4 this after- scheduled .. through their .
7-Atom 0 Igle. 110 -Returns from layoff 8-1 noon. fi. nal wor t u n d a -... .
8-(True Blue E. Orte. 106 -Usually close up 4-1 He 1will be m-ui th_ a..,rport night's uagr. .sw 'lted 147- 1 *
9--(Fanglo 0. Pres. 112 -Rates chance too 4-1 y a large deiu o officials pond to-rod clash at the y' r .-, *'"...4g 1' al ... ,
------ o the Pand U.S. Colon Aqa.,. ,t M -.aJ.' ,
2nd Race "I"' Imported 7 gs..Purse: 375.0M Pool closes: 1:15 Governmentw, tesga from Thewdepte U IA4fl II arr lf l z 'r
Second Race of the Double several sporting isoctions on/y thr .
and sport rep ttives. belt, is q ptf whining
1-Pincel B. Agul. 116 -Dangerous contender 2-1 It has e iary I"to make the mdmieu t -u n 4
n 2-Ewcandalo M. Hurley 110 -Beat chance in mud 3-1 certain atrat-In the wel- NBo 2O ..r M ETAND3INGO dbba to h ohet '
3-Roscrea E. Orte. 100 -Good early speed 10-1 come program. ever, Dillard manager Isatos 141e0 he W L tebk
4-W. Justice R. L. Oil 110 -Should score off last 3-2 will be escort f the airport gone ona n sS a s tate- 5 5 tmb of t 4 ....i
5-Prestigio V. Alvear 112 -Chance In this distance 4-1 by a motorcade up Central Ave ment that be' isept a side SMtke 3 4 .4 -.
6--Our Fanc: A. Ubldia 107 -Doesn't have class 8-1 nue so as to give the Paa- bet to *$. by will Sodame ., 2 8 i
7-Chely R. Tejada 102x-Early speed only 15-1 nian public an opportunity to win. w ha M wernar ... t .mo smen
8-81r Boss V. Casti. 113 -Way down in class 3-1 catch a glimpse of the Olympic out withs KiM AMI .Sam Bruces X4slt M T''
5--L. Lady F. Hidal. 110 -Loves runnerup spot 4-1 star. an. d Cromise Chiur. At Pi"Jn:-okw I *1
s I Tonight at 8:30 a track and Reports also indicate that It i 0S m o, .-. .-
field meet wil be held at the quite likely that the Bamuela tt t o .a .. .t Pm a J" d Ia-
3rd Race "H" Native 6 Fgs.Purse: g 575.00 Pool closes: 1:45 National Stadi In honor of camp will scralu up the amount At PiAmanapkemrs tugema1 er alutt
SONE TWO Dllard who will give a demon- to accept the oer.. Veteran 04-) i a awrence 2-0) mln1i ta
stration of his brdling and run- trainer Cecil McCU has San- uame e: 7T30 -f rtn t I
1-Riomar R. L. Gil 114 -Distance handicaps 4-1 ning prowess. uels in top condition for tils -- ae s
S2-Candelarla M. Zeba. 112 -Rates good chance 3-1 Tomorrow he and the organiz- fight. Bamuels bhas been going' 2 W
S3-Villarreal V. Brown 112x---Should beat these 2-1 Ing committee will visit Colon through glove saditens with Beau By J. J. HAURISON JR at l m
4--Martll B. Agul. 115 -Jockey should help 3-1 where a program of activity has Jack for speed and Sylvester .t emdan "
--Annie N A. Vas. 113 -Pointed for this one 2-1 been arranged also in his hon- Wallace for slugging accuracy. There ll be no ame play- atI p u aherI
--Snceridad F. Hidal. 118 -Always unpredictable 5-1 or.Dillardwillhold a clinicatthe The majority of the experts 04 in th Panam Pro League. .
6-S ncIra IHColon Stadium about 10:00 a.m. pick Samuels to win because of l night besM se'Of exhibit. .
S_ His second clilc wll be given at ms greater experience and also to given te o Ompc l
S ...." Nati.ve. Fg.Purse: 5275.00 Pool closes: 2:20 the Chamber or, Commerce because of his brilliant losing dh Harri on i d, Mm im
4th Race "G" Native 6 r ool closes: Building in Panama City begin- effort against tough and hard- Olyi ta k sta h- on i a
n c--N-IELs.w""BuildingwIngPanamagCity begi-.Latin -..sd _.l
QUINIELA ning at 7 p.. ihttlngnto Despai ne about a Latin Aeristaf and Oribl be K
Ltea B. ugiiI. 115 -could go all the way 2-1 month a o. Thin writer, however, goodwill tour. n Wr a e *h
-on t erns rH Hu 108 -Early speed galore 4-1 He Is the recipient of many thinks win will tra the ta- Moo k lschedl ae o in ,
2-CDaon Men R. 1 :Por eort In ast, 10-1 sports honors and awards. In blues If he does not become rat- for: t 6gt *"t O 'n- s I I
-Ta Lad F. Hidal. OB -Should be close up 4-1 1945 he won four gold medals in tIld during the heat of the bat- and-Yanke tll be playd -,-1 4
-apLady M. Zeba. 116 Sored nice victory -1 the 1. Olympics In Frankfurt tie. mB ow night at 7:0o. 4
6-Avivato- Orte. 110 -Longest possibility eIreamnd 4 1 1
6-Avivato E. Ort.Ban 108 -Reporte ady now 2-1 he won the Nationil Collegiste The Meslflnal should be se- 2bp41teanend sp. Sw 5, O
7-Regla an. 108 -ep nd. raatdlyow Atif Athletic tion. hked from start to *Bk league fhdungi whea atr
,_____ Union Indr pa in fin veteran BaSmy ed. th beat the Bthe damen e o
both high and 'w hurdles. In na hopes to move a bit farther aight three tsoilthia rt
5th Race "E" Imported 1 MilePurse: $550.0 Pool closes: 2:55 1947, as the winner of tae Indoor along on the comeback trail the brillaut ft-bit e- 0 0
-. an 110 i f f National AAU -hh ad low when he tries for his second le of lethaufer Harry m 0 0
2-Westow E.ban. a 10 -inlf forct te pac 4- 1 hurdles In addiftu to the Na- straight victory against 1i- POttL. It wa te first shutout Total 3-i e
2-Red Ebor jV. Aolvea 108 tl uclsed1'*-1 tonal Collegiate and National pounder Leslie ThompMson i n of the sson: D
3-Discovery J. Gongo. 108 -Apparently outclassed 101 AAU high and low hurdles out- an eight-rond es The Smokers lot eigt hits, all Player 3O ab r i
4-Goynder Rdrl. 113 -qeks seconder straight Even doors, he became the only ath- A six-round "special" pits Pan. off Sam Williams, who Was the 1iT a j 1
5-Oranero R. Vas. 110 -Could score this time 3-1 lete to hold all .4 National ama fay Robinson a g a I n a st losing itchber. U re, b% o I
Hurdling Chalon simul- Manuel Prescott at 12 pound Fr ightfrmes bothpitcher, l b 4'0
6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: 1400.00 Pool closes: 3:33 taneou, _s. D lthStSason he The program ets underway with supported by fwless and stone 0 0
..thRace D First Race of the D ob le ." also establish world aow a four-rounw a35-pound pre- ,ar dyfenave wks a r A.waiste, Ar., rf 4h 0 2 0
F e Doblehurdles record of 2.3 seconds llmlnary between Marelal Moal- mates hurled oreless ball until aSlmari,c 4a t41 1 7 0
1-Patriotica H. Rulz 103 -Blazing early speed 5-1 which still stands. nar and Sam Bruce. the top of the ninth when the Greald, If 4'0 1 3 0
2-P. Midi1 V. Castle. 115 -Deadheat victor In last 3-1 General admission Is $1.00 (one Smokers got all their runs. .raiVOte, Al., 2b 3 0 0 2 3
3-Amat A. Vam. 113 -.ard to beat here 2-1 ( lt Ias dollar), ringside seats $2.00 (two _lm_ Osorlo led off the Innina Ch 1 0 0 0 0
4-Dblphinium V. Alvear 113 -Must improve more 5-1 dollars) and reserved ringside an flied to left. Parris the ne t wil la., p 3 1 0 0
5-Vampiresa A. Gonza. 100x-Doesnzt seem likely 15-1 -- .90 (three dollars). bat hita ll ova'as .
6-Pavero V. Rodri. 06ox-Nothing to recommend '20-1 -__. to short ,tTttari Jor Bldth- s ld
7-R. Signal B. Agul. 110 -Usually close. 2-1 .fh stone tao | | A hSalwta sot -r bath
8-(Charmlng P. G. San. 112x-Deadlocked Paris.Midi 3-1 H y Mae t fo.t l ith
9-Toleto B. Orte. 110 -Rates outside chance 3-1 Picking Up Spee D.l.. M e ets- W

7th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs. Pur: $4000 Pool closes: 4:05 dT JON G ,Pru Athletic |Lub .
Second Race of the Double N YORK, D#C 17 (UP) toii th rum: ames tSn s
1-i1smo Rus' 106 .Would pay tat odds 10-1 1oa0ny. .tourtamet tu-.ia ol-- i
,,9 with ance 8-1 a-r
,-oor recen- ara m '.Whe
e -Not aga inst these 10-1 Omu lassic- le4i -. ,
*,8 sNed S. u. 113 -Rating to top form 2-1 [r ad the Birminghtisc"r 1 c .-- *'* Ifr- .6." tSn)i
7-(Henry Lee A. Valdi. 110 -Returns from layoff 3-2 at Birmingham. BALBOA -CAG, BS MS itBob byrals (0-y).
8-(Peragon 0. Ban. 110 -Scratched at post 3-2 The N. Tou.r. ment, tesa- S ATHMLETCA B IB DWbMeFr.t_ i f--).
turing smaller collee-tean, goIt.t SaBrahwMste,-
------ underway In Kansas City last Tom n ..at 20 pm th. I tW ll _amm_ W.. ime_ of ga ie
-th Race "DE" Native 6% Fgs.Purse: $320.00 Pool closes: 4:40 nqt and Is slated for eml-fl- At o hletic VO wl -m the t s
QUINIELA ia00gmesGtoight Balboa High School Bulldogs I_ thq. bottom of the ,
.V the ie G ay, Tennem ee ofr the second time this e- Gladtone was safe on A
1-Pru Fru A. Vas. 112 -Distance handicaps 4-1 faces Miami (Fla.) In the son. This game has been we- first error of the season. Archie
2-Okinagua R. Vas. 118 -Returns from layoff 3-1 *1Angr game on the program scheduled rmpm 7:30 Va. L Brathwla flied tr
3--Arvpa B. Agui 110 -Form Indicates Even and Auburar .lays W ashl. n not to withOper. man fl
4-S. Time R. L. oil 105 -Good early speed 5-1 ad Lee the nightcap, Wo tion XmasCarona wIthe Balb atocenter, butPrittmade ch
5-0. Bound V. Alvear 110 -Could score here 3-1 waers will meet In the fial Stadium that eight. hitter Berluse Charlesbit
6-Sixaola J. Jime. 112x-Preters more distance 10-1 round tomorrow. InEtheir meet .the
7-(Bull Flea V. Rodri. 111 -Quit badly in last 8d1 The Birmingham Classic fea- Athletcu e 0.3Cl. lieu
8-(Jal Alal E. Orte. 10 -Poor effort in last 8-1 tures our teams from different High eShool oys 4 to 41 ina Along TAI Fdirw~ays DA 0.30
E I0P eoIa1conferences with Wake Forest, a cslm. l ontstd gme Cr- "e .
strong combine built around po- Clo.ly th Co Men should y- IU ,N ,.,: p.
o-I teAfM an Ishoul a-
9th Race "G" Imported 60 Fgs.Purse: 5450.00 Pool closes: 5:15 tenta All-America Dick inbe fav GOLFIN 0 IP ATHIHOC
ONE TWO Wake Forrest (Atlantic Coast d stars ke Nel Gibson, B LADIESWal-
i-Newbrighton B. Agul. 110 -Good chance in mud 4-1 Cenference) meets West Vigi- ly Trout, Arnold Manngr at d Now hear tihI The Fort Ama
2-S. Of Scone J. Gongo. 113 -Impressive win last 3-1 nia (Southern) in the first ame Edgar MaeArthur will preval. dor Ladles arq being offered a
3-R. Emblem H. Ruiz 110 -In favorite distance 3-1 and Alabama(Southeastera, A preliminary game at 1:04 free Crstmas Toura&ment
4-Blakemere A. Vas. 110 -Dubious ride last 2-1 guarded as the second choice,* m. between the Jmliler Varp- Mrs. Maele Graham has every
5-Bedulno R. Vas. 116 -Racing to top form 2-1 meeting Texas (Southwest) in y and the ftraral All generously given the Assoc'latl o ll I
6-Ocean Star V. Alvear 113 -Group seems too tough -1 the second. Again winners eet Stars will open the after a silver salad fork and-n s pont
7-Nobbscrook C. Mendo. 110 -Will pay pries soon 3-1 torrow ......... program be playd-or in a Medalplay
8-My Dear V. Castle. 113 -Distance seems short 10-1 Three natinaally-r nked m p tout baen-T e nAmm itteed p I
--_1__a____e are scheduled for action tonight tournament. The Committee. he
In other non-tournament games. matchedthis gift with a liv t
10th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $6.00 Pool closes: 5:40 UC LA. (No. 6) l meet.s"nta Ma w Ut a d w
1-Donny Boy A. Valdi. 118 -Returns from layoff 5-1 San Francisco's big Cow Palace oe firla a seq ond Stgh rM-I
2-Cormorant F. Hidal. 105 -Disappointed last after a year's absence-' Iowa (b. u F h -o I
e-Barge Royal B. Agul. 118 -Has to beat here Even 10) visits Pennsylvan In a bg Vlu aeN mu bu ca th e Nll- I
4-El egalo A. Gonza. 105x-Has favorite rider 3-1 Intersectional; and Holy Cro.s V .vulU *Ib m but aa- eh it .4 i
5--(Turgot A. Vas. 115 .-Gets stiffest test 3-2 (No. 16) meets Provln idnce Vpr ,bu art WMIl-ft |
6-(Chlspeante V. Alvear 105 -Could help entrymate 3-2 Niagara. ranked 10th nation- Cl. II
al,". came through with an ha- M o t 05.

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Anoon, aco.ss from the Ancon Poet Office. strongest teams. tionial Lebgue la. season... but
SFlemi and Charley he wanti to be eyes better In.
It tan up the highest sore it ants' star n the wad In aa ..2* L--I
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ing else, wrestling in New York
is handled in a big way.
In 15 shows since the antiquat.
ed dodge returned to Madison
Square Garden, 185,000 pe 1e
paid $575,000.
They saw 210 heavywe i g h t
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ALL-OPPONENT
Amherat, Mass.(-NEA) ---Ca p-
tain and guard Tim Anderson of
Harvard heads the list of a l1-
opogent players picked by the
Massachusetts football team.


But Where Are The
By MARRY GRAYON the big leagues gt te Jump '
NEA Sports Editor ow the other by drafing LI6 At-


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A**aMll Me, of thie f se oe
S 7. Matnbe I M coaches a, -(Prlday)-tof P-lnel' a ni te
*a ft v g, ter wonn the-interones-.Davis
w tamn f ,naleaglast sueden
th e a5a0iwt oe whe Tony a thbere te no
X Vic lxas bbattee a clinch-
rid =et uv'*r3 (Red) Bander" u Ipn strat ght-eat ilatory in dBu-
rinun At Idd 143 id es.I
-covi a f at ,, lrecogitiotn of != Trabert of CinclnnatI, O,+ and
beatenther0m, 2fore, andet s wal voted the 19" UOalof Selxas of Philadelphia routed
11h "M "F Swealdi stars Lennart Bergelin
t tandm1 ng this anomalous ict of the voting, the and yen Davidson, 8-3, 6-4, 6-3.
About the anowinpment of Sanders. It The win gave the United
W" `g that er-up S states an unbeatable 3-0 lead in
wigd6" etrW On Wood y -of Olq Sate, like-, the series and reduced the con-
"c eluding pair of singles matches
Smw he coaches hav beome abt1ftaRlly poll con- tomorrow to an anti-climactlei
m Soalong t dr opai in as to team' status. The United States thus
^S1- rhad UCanand OI t kt ed one. two in qualified to meet Australia, the
tt followed, mehIn cly, th coaches of the defending Davis Cup holder, In
oes teams W be ayrnk the chal enge round for the Cup
.. WTA DID BMT Mat Sydney, Dec. 27:29. Ted
,l t04 -tpncUIe.from n only one Inn- nThe Amerlesans' coordination IT'S STALL- Lir iEST-Ted
h199M t drr o-and superior service complete- Williams is fishing off Talara,
portia de _. accord B Won att of Amas5, who I overwhelmed 'the Swede' Peru. The Red Box slugger
al teaches the s1s1e-wing gospel the o. 3 spot. This Wa timid attempts to punch holes takes his stance for the camera-
mla ^ team, I tl. anked nat1Q ll~. In their armor. The Issue never man using encased reds as a
their Ifwmterankingbg heant oUh a was .in doubt as Trabert and bat. (NEA)
*O W tinsanders&nM Hayes, dd no mote th SeSoa turned on the power_
.,e.._ ~., thtn leaders ny thes, ame no ranin, then from the start. The match
*of;k ubvl ox! ta m..Bythee _smereason.gte fts ed only FSOminutes.
tArePop ach, whose tnjva ranked e eighth o Re poll, M Taking the -ftst set easily aft-
in V mru, sanuchn hrm0M out of his material than wa epex er an early break o Davidson's
wd. lane,- a dl a better coaching job than either Anders or service In th second Dame the o
vi theinat te eo aodeds and since Ameericans faced tougher oppo-
abe 1v* t Sn.not the way.the of t rhe onr e t ainIe st n second set. However,
ey i I noe sou sc mattst than Iti they held four services at love
oped th e e oSfm l will-. ot l tued .e f criticism lif n hat set and got their break
when 0 Mare Intended i glWy *to.Y expresasuIOPtr y with the score tied at four-four
As a atter of e 1h awaas A 5-h one e to call. Anyone of when the Swedes becalne upset
the to tree could hAve been aned Coa e of the Year with- over losing a doubtful decision.
out aro nig dissent. Ohio state plays in a more demanding Trab and exas scored a vi
lasue a* had a stiffer a chedulM thas. uLA, vanqulahing.seven tal breakthrough in the ninth
Big Toen msoe t. UCLA most notable perfor ane w a a12-7 game against Davidson and held
wliS o r land its third game Qf the sen -e service in the 10th for their two-
In ei the final nod to a tders, the coaches may have set lead.
beshi fenced by the consistency of his record over the past Another linesman's decision in
three asons, all three of wha h build have been fre of defeat the fourth game of the third set
If his kAckers hadn't -missed points after t0iuchdowns. He was brought shouts of disagreement
eaten.ftly once in 1952 Lnd 195, and each time PAT did it. from the crowd. When a lob by
hk yeaC he got a break. PAT saved his spotless record in the Bergelin was called out, .several
wash=ltnh game, 31-20 N B persons shouted, "Give them a
A o SCOUR ON 'M go."
The Swedes. seeming to be rat-
Detefse was another foctor'fte o coaches must have taken tIed by the adverse decision, per-
into cogeideration. Bander's teams Iar never easy to score on. mitted the Americans t another
This y@ e #,le iassUhm ld-thee altouts, and only Washington was key breakthrough in the next
able to stor oi or more tuchdwns against them. game when Bergelin lost hll
.ear itaneord, winnia 21-20, wa .the -only opponent service.
t4 cf Mdi defense 'tr nworp than two touchdowns: the year Two tortific smashes and r
. bofdra u mde and aouthat, g. 6t' the naxhuum two each. Selxas' blistering service enabled
Thipmtamtemam4neatally, mal ..Youn wander' beLt; It'plly- the banks to hold service in the
ad 0Troiusigdheduii and n Ebaten until the l~ast game sixth game for a 4-2 lead and
whenPAVR ave 9u athiru Cai. i 14-12 Alde. the end was close for the Swedes.
S t drms'- ouft~ for. Aitilht, ae CMach of the Year easily Dayidson managed 6 hold his
was. t af Ar. nas This .s biest lp service but Trabert took charge
T 4 v 1W S of the e xth game and punched

1w .l^W r.t de Ore g.Then the Yanks blasted
ethodist. One at the y lnLa cwtas.trugh Bergelin's service li
ollies s the No, 1 ti I the country). the th game for the points
S th less.than three minutes to go, Wyatt' boys eted that eltehed the met, match,
-a syard pass for the only touchdown in the game. rpilly, ind eresnd set up the lith
they were outgained in.total yardage. That happened ame straight Australia U n I ted
after game. What was the secret? "We jus# aweated things States challenge round.
out," said the one-time Tennesse All-American end. A team A
ping up their victoryw*ls fortu-
nate. Only minutes after the
.* match ended a 50-mile per hour
wind which Australianscl a
"willy-nll," swept across the
court under heavy black clouds.
In the concluding pair of sin-
gtles matches tomorrow, Trabert
li scheduled to meet Bergelln
and elxas Is slated to meet Da-
Broiler-Deep Try vidson. However, with the series
now clinched, both U.8. captain
Billy Talbert and Swedish man-


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Never thought he'd see the day Houston and Da ~ll. I recall '
Panahmha's Centiat' Ameritan when major league ba ba 11 IL M oit .uldn'tbe. d deal for AA B seaa6* iS V Il
am champion AnkelFin uld m to the Great South- the league embracing as," he ph
ietti, who Is a professor at A- westt promises. aRtthaI0 iae nL
Bravo's school will bede- But then,- a few years ago. George Kirksey, the, for me r place team." ,
Wielding his crqwn.fn the batae Sports Editor Wright 'o the EoWs- United Press sport who w." .
weight dividon. ton Press never thought he'd see now heads a public relions firm 9pe I a .
Sthe day when Southern Methodist there, represents some .boys moves,th -
-.Carlo rChave. Panama's cen- would themw only two passes in a in Houston who'd e to have a nats tohave 10
trial American champion o0 the football game. at's hat hap- major league franchise. lrkse wbuldU e sevd'
lightweight division, will also de.'pened against Texas Chris ti a n I supposed to hive. gone after the of the five wth ch.
fend his crown, and is shooting this fall. thletcs, though what anybody ieac Lea s
for a world's record in press. "Must be sun spots," he says. ants with them, no on outside The soldtlo as
W right doesn't know what the f amesas City knows. league, but the
Individual cups and medals majors are going to do and reck- Wrigt has a nation that one that while there are
will be- given to the winners of ons that they don't either. it Kirksey angels is Geor ge "Miwaukees," t here r
the various divisions. "Bit if the minors are dying. itrake, a Notre Dame trustee who enough good players to.
as some say," he says, "the ma- s a buddy of Frank Lehy and rosters of thepresept
jors would be crazy not to grat nany times a millionaire in oil. league clubs. Th ae
Houstcn, which we believe is go- 't .Is figured that Strake is the lem in prosioal beas
WYOMING SOPHS Jng to be the fourth or fifth city -ne who was trying to buy the too, by the way.
in the country before you and I -prdinals before Fred Saigh fall- What baseball require'i bfli.
Laramie, Wyo. (NE&A) -Wy- grow much older. Must be a lot -d to beat the tax rap. ately Is more Grade A"l i
minc's snnhorohrp t ba-k e t b a of Yankees hold the same opinion "Houston is a Cardinal town, era. if i ',VIO
players. pavtierul.'"" "'* "or half of Houston's grandfather: most of the Red Bird stars having And the majors arei'tgni 6
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TODT ON CYPRUS ISSUE At UN headquarters in New York, Chief United States delegate to
,th United Nations Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr. .left) and United Kingdom delegate Anthony Nut-
ting (center) vote in favor of the New Zealand proposal on the .Cyprus controversy. Russian
delegate Georgi N. Zarubin (right) voted against the proposal.


Beginning Of End Underway,


Fnd Of World Predicter Says


M ICAGO, Dec. 17 (UP)- Dr.
It Laughead, fired f rom
Mehigan State Colleg for predict-
Ngti'aend of the world, said to-
p4ksW beginning of the end al-
reidybhas started.
Laupead, 44-year old physician,
ld lihe was misunderstood in re-
gasts at East Lansing Mich., that
foresaw the end of the world
1C. 21 next Tuesday.
t, Aeahy. he said, that date will
lyb "a turning point toward
,sAtphe" in this part of the
.d He- said he meant earth-
.k and tidal waves in the
mt&al United States.
s ange prophecies came to
w hen it was disclosed he had
let out as a member of the
ao'Sq hospital staff
e expect to be in the
S the s I Inow repre-
S.22,'1 Laughead said.
w t.canges I am making
lifet reult of this pro-
m ?ters of my.rso-
t for pub 6
My r it',o*, he said" is
fa given.' -him Mrs.

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S Dec. 17 (UP)
oy said Jap-
n ders were de-
srestoration" of
eolaons with Red


as being able to write down com-
municaticns from the spirit world.
The interpretation called for
great earthquakes and devastat-
ing tidal waves for the central U-
nited Stdtes, pivoting on Chica-
go.
The break up process was to
have started Dec. 21. In other
parts of the world it is already
underway. Laughead said. He cit-
ed the widespread and killing
earthquakes In Assam and Tibet
in 1950.
Neither Laughead nor Mrs. Mar-
tin would comment on earth-
quakes early today on the West
oast.
At thel ast Lansing campus, Dr.
C. J. Menzies said Laughead was
fired became his predictions, o f
the end df the wbrld upset t h e
student body.
Laughead saki he held discus-
sions- with students, "trying to
find out what makes the world
tick," but he denied anything be-
yond "intellectual curiosity.'
The campus story of his Ideas
included the provision that flying
sapcers from Mars would rescue
some human beings from the great
Mldwe tidpl *ave..Lauf ead
l3- m ."k fabric '% -.
hat been 'Fia

ng dancers conduct an extensive
correspondence about the pheno-
mena," he said. "However, I
won't say pubically whether I

Shigeintu Says

Japs Won't Pursue
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Sroadcuasmonitore& inRed Peace wer
0, coincided with Kremlin's
oune deint that it would TOKYO, Dec. 17 (UP) ap-
ome negotiations with the anese Foreign Minister Mamoru
Japanese government on Shigemn tsa today said that Rus-
iafnsleg relationsfbetween sia's renewed bid for diplomatic
lcou3ielats. ons relatipna th Japan was "clear-
Bo5ies. ly a step forward but that Ja-
SRadio quoted maga- pan had "n intention at pres-
les by political leaders ent" to pursue the offer.
ld the Communist cap- Shigemitau, In the first offl-
October. cial reaction of the week-old
said Akira Kazami. Diet government, told a press con-
iber and chairman of the ference that the KrenUlin's qver-
anCrnan Friendship Aao* -ture came unexpectedlyt' last
M, demanded "early resto- night. 'He said he did not. know
.9ot diplomatic relations whether It was "propaganda .or
z Japan, the Soviet Union whether Russia really wants a
inbauniut China for Japan peace treaty with Japan."
mvio an economically in- Two months ago, former
_W t and peace li v n g prime Minister Yoshlda's cabinet
-1*f' flatly rejected a similar Conmu-
broadcast also quoted nist offer ahd called it "contl-
broadcast also quoted nation of the Communist peace
oast chblrman totaro offensive."
as syln r that efforts Shigemltsu, Foreign Minister
rindy relations" for only six days. said he did not
n d the Com nu-know what "the Soviet's Teal in-
were "vital to tentions are. However, the fact
i beneficial to world that Ruisa, which rejected the
San Francisco peace treaty, did
*come forward with this sate-
ment is clearly a step ahead."
gN Wil However, he said he had "no
Intention at present" to sound
W S Payr out Rusia through a third na-
Stion. 1
Bhigemitsu emerged from a
S T F la cabinet meeting called earllir
than usual today by Prime Min-
Ister Ichiro Hatoyama, appar-
;Iw-zuRK, Dec. 17 (UP) ently to discuss the Rupsian of-
Co., an underwriting fer.
i firm. said today it Diplomatic observers believed
a- 1hrlstmas bonus that the offer was made Po sea
Syear l y to most of how f ,r Ratoyama would go -:
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with Arthur de Greet, (a pupil of
Liszt) and also with Richard
Strauss, will be presented in i
piano recital at the Balboa USO-
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen-
ter Monday, at 8:15 p.m.
Yusti, born in Antwerp in 1928,
started his musical career with
the study of composition at the ear-
ly age of five. At the age of ten,
he began his piano instruction and
at fourteen, won the silver state
medal and other awards for his
accomplishments.
The artist, who Is not only a
pianist,'but also a composer and
conductor, has given concert tours
in Latin America and in Paris,
London, Berlin, and in Italy at La
Scala in Milan. He has conducted
orchestras in the various countries,
and has also conducted the Bos-
ton Symphony Orchestra which is
under the direction of Ch a r I e s
Munch.
Yusti has just returned from a
successful concert tour in all of
the major capitals in South A-
merica, where he was also pre.
sented on television in Caracas,
Venezuela and in San Paulo, Bra-
zil. He plans to continue his tour
through Central America before
returning to Boston.
General admission is $1 and 50
cents for students. There is n o
charge for military personnel.

Union Choir
To Present Xmas
Concert At YMCA
The Balboa Union C h u r c h
choir will present a Christmas
concert at the Balboa Y.M.C.A.-
U.S.O. on Monday, at 7:30 under
the leadership of Mrs. G. A. Thi-
bodeau.
The program will Include 14
selections, many of then unusual
and not commonly heard. Czech,
Polish and French selections will
be part of the program.
Bells over Bethlehem: Lo, How
a Rose-E'er Blooming: Midst the
Deep Silence; Lay Down Your
Staffs, 0 Shephards, are among
the numbers which will be sung.
The concert is free and open
to all residents of the Canal
Zone and PanamA.


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CLEVELAND, 0., Dec. 17 (UP)
-A Christmas card that boomer-
anged had a dress shop own e r
worried today that he might go
bankrupt.
Julius Malkin, owner of Lib b y
Shoppes, Inc.. mailed 3,000 cards
to customers. The greetings were
in the form of bank checks, pay-
able to each customer promising
365 days of happiness in 1955.
Mrs. Elizabeth Nikolle, recipi-
ent of one of the "a hecks,"
thought the Libby Shoppes had
sent her a gift of $365. She took it
to an appliance store where she
owed a bill. A junior clerk cashed
it, marked the bill paid, and gave
her $155 as the balance.
The error was caught at a bank,
where a mystified clerk found the
Christmas greeting in the store's
deposits. The "check" was drawn
on "The Bank of Friends."
Mrs. Nilokic had spent the $155,
but agreed to make restitution.
The junior clerk's boss said he
hoped it would be a "lasting les-
son."
Malkin, who mailed the "checks"
figured it would cost him $995,000
if everyone misunderstood the
greeting. "My gosh:" he sai a d,
'"we'd beout of business in n o
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think they are real. Obviously, my
interest in them is real, however."
The doctor, who has a wife and
three children at East Lansing,
said he was looking for a job here.
He said he did not feel the episode
would harm his professional ca-
reer.
His background includes being
a medical missionary in Egypt for
the Presbyterian Board of Foreign
Missions in 1935-40.
Laughead admitted "the pro-
phecy itself is in conflict, with
commonly held beliefs,' but he
said he did not believe he would
have been fired for his personal
convictions.
Dr. John A. Hannah, Michigan
State president, said it was hi s
understanding Laughead's sect
believes the world will end. Dec.
21 and flying saucers from Mars
will rescue some of the survivors.
"They. don't understand," Laug-
head said.

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i Dec. 17
(UP) A arring earthquake
rocked the San Francisco Bay
area last night with an up and
down motion that rattled dishes
and ,wakened thousands from
The quake, centered In South-
ern Alameda county on the
eastern shore of San Francisco
bay, was felt at 11:09 p.m. It was
followed five minutes later by a
second shock. No major damage
was reported.
Don Sperry, who works in the
114-foot-tall control tower at
Oakland airport, said the tower
"seemed to bounce up and down"
in last night's temblor.
The. switchboard operator at
Oakland City Hall said she
thought the building was "going
to fall down." She said she re-
ceived 75 calls within minutes
after the quake.
The temblor was felt as far
south as Ppnama and as far
north as Hamilton Field and
Vallejo. An Alameda housewife
said the'violent shaking was pre-
ceded by a rumbling noise, as if
a bomb went off beneath her
house.
The earstquake reports from
California and Nevada were
registered here at Balboa
Heights.
The sismograph at the
hi hts recorded a "pretty strong
4u at 6:15 -yesterday morn-
ng. The distance from the Ca-
nl Zone was calculated at 3,600
miles. An official said the seis-
mograph ordinarily does not
register earthquakes which are
so far away.
The seismograph recording
continued for 45 minutes.
Another, eaWtuake, this one
.t .seve%, W r at 9:05
*w eneaue_ orn g,y a epicen-
ter was about 80 mea from the
Canal zone, and was not felt lo-
cally.

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vic Relations

housing in the Canal Zone and
the terminal cities of the Repub-
lic of Panama is nearing comple-
tion -and results are expected to
be condpiled within the next
month, Governor Seybold advised
council. representatives. They sur-
vey was begun in July and it was
previously announced tha the stu-
day would require four to five
months to complete.
Other matters discussed during
the meeting were the status of the
drainage problem in Paralso
which the Governor assured the
representatives was being Mnsi-
dered and was oil a future pro-
gram; the showing of the first
Spanish-language movie at the La
Boca Theater pn December 20
and the stock of Spanish-lan-
guage comic book in the local
rate service centers.
Governor Seybod said that he
regretted that the budget would
not permit the hiring of pfhy al
education directors for a t e-
creation. The Canal Zone could
provide physical facilities such as
gymnasiums and aygreunds for
this purpose. In a connection,
it .also was announced there
were no funda avlable' for the
preparation and maintenance of
the old storehouse building n Pa-
raiso as .a recreation center and
that the )aralw gymnasium is
considered to be adeuate for re-
creational needs of th ommuni-
ty.
In answer to questions .om the
La Boca Civic Counci W facili-
ties in the older bhosts m a La Bo-
ca and the plight f fami-
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The hope that the existing
friendly and cordial relations now
existing between the Canal Zone
administration and the La Boca
Ciiic Council be continued was
expressed in a letter from Mar-
cus A. Grannum, former Presi-
dent of the La Boca Civic Coun-
cil to Governor J. S. -Seybold. The
letter was read by Governor Sey-
bold Wednesday afternoon during
the regular meeting 'with the re-
presentatives of the Local Rate
Civic Councils.
Mr. Grannum went on to thank
ay the officials of the Government
who have assisted in some way
the welfare and progress of t he
La Boca Civic Council during hi&
term of office.
The letter, Gov. Seybold stated,
was most important for it indi-
cated that the regular meetings
with the members of the local-
rate civic councils had assisted in
improving relations and increase
ing understanding.
Gov. Seybold also thanked the
representatives of the Civic Coun-
cils for their cooperation and ex-
pressed hope that relations would
continue on the high level during
the coming year.
During the December confer-
ence, Governor Seybold express-
ed his pleasure over the progress
being made by the new Latin A-
merican schools, particularly the
progress of the students as re-
ported to him by the school prin-
cipals.
In answer to a question asked
by members of the Paraiso Cicle
Council concerning plans for a
new commissary to be built la
Paraiso, the Governor stated that
new commissary facilities are ex-
pected to be provided for that
townsite during fiscal year 106.
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A GREETING CARD IN ITSELF: Christmas, Fla., has the same
postmark all year long, but the cachet is added for Yuletide.
CHRISTMAS Fla. -(NEA) mark and forwarded some place
Here, where it's always Christ- else. And the office is packed with
mas, a staff of a dozen workers a dozen helpers, who, due ot the
has been busy since mid-Novem. limited space, process the mall
ber handling the village's major in shifts.
export-its world-famous Yuletide The volume has In c reased
postmark, steadily since 1935, when the ham-
When the holiday season has let's 100th birthday brou g h t it
ended, more than 300,000 persons wide-spread publicity. The town
-many in foreign countries-will got its name from a nearby fort
have opened a card or a pack- which was built in the Second
age which meant just a little bit Seminole War and finished on
extra because it was mailed from Christmas Eve.
Christmas, Fla. It's a neighborly little s pot,
And the woman in charge of known for community spirit. Four
mailing it to them, Mrs. Juanita different times, in fact, it has won
Tucker, will be looking forward the President's Trophy for t he
to 10 calm months in which she best community display at t he
can rest her feet and smooth out Central Florida Exposition--quite
some jangling nerve ends. a trick in view of its -size.
Village Postmistress Tu e k a r, Most of the year round real*
who's held down hbr ob-22 years dents hAe. e*af t ad: citrus
in a tny one-_ut office, has an grtives..'What tb Its Of a. busal
up-and-down schedule which hits news center eonsts :f- a pair of
both extremes. F r o m January filling. stations, ta gift shops; the
through October, her 250 neigh- pot office, ahwjh and school.
bore have mailing needs that are arcel of e l coa* frenr
fairly small. The pace .is relaxed such distant qpots as Scotltnd
and easy and she handles the job Germany, NKoea and Italy. Tho
by herself. largest oversta prder "so far wa
Then as the TYelda approach a ckage of 2W letterss vwhi
as, she reigns as the harried boss ca* from a perga Sw
of one the ,atlen'as u tiestla p '
spots. Mail .-tr.ams in fr- bu of -the mai bo-be'
throughout the wor ld, .to e comes from peqt. s itht.
stamped with the Christmas post. U.S. Thefrxe alW to- wefgS ti

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