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:
AA00010883:00962

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STwaived prelm hearing. e .
Foi -o labewiwu of Westini fI s accused of awfully appro- Damage to the 17,844-to Canadian p
P p e w o Im ow priatin b$828.20y rephoentng Andros Venture, which hit the Canal bank tested w
W^f%? P'n approach b d (e i aIn"^ tM ..-A..*ILa bills paid by hotel guests. t an
exp y sincere Virtually all hope now wasu 9r Dka fl- lhlks of $100 on each of the three em- estimated today at about $100,000.
1 to the enplyei .f at they could brighten the beaslement counts was fixed. The collision with the rocky east bao of t C 4i ,i
aE days ad upl n their eo fi
CanaIFo fa DEvidence was taken in the near Paraiso opened the tankWs 1.. 1,2 and 3c $
B orde of Is a abl e of the other hotel clerk, Danger from her king fuel w t. rso
SI&Is eS&oja. dn with Rustran bleitipg,
eat,_rica throughout 1W. =-e:Le alied uuwll rn ia- dim, with Rumsa il't sdng, wil Linda K. Doyle, 6, after attoar Smkigaalodeedo. .n.f.igsipMh.
theret.Un more fit- b. the action as a 0Scrooge try to promote new East West Woodrow as Castro tomokingwasorderedonall tra ships
',:wI. lteIt-lods on disarmament and bans OD his appearaneoft derCastol
tak#a tdrel-cog. Blockade." nuclr test. exploimag, nod eaparance s her lf. flore and Cucaracha.
'the s- They said It was remunicent of sources indicate.. Shi nt ehrS. whith tns There was also No Smoking today at her BalboAe
Sgun mst' American o pa~k es idea to Soviet Prem BU ni wiNov. o .as oilcontinued to l on to the Canal.
,he a twarmest uted in West Berlin to hun.ganin and Communit Party chief n until De. The accident delayed Canal traffic 2 hou ye
gry Easterners two years ago. Nikita Khrushehev during t Ir probable cause was found in
S *S wmenworki'ng to- 7%e Communists went into ac. recent Indian tour sd received Miss Doyle's cue and ahe was trday.
rAcWh day mal e posal tio on the border yesterday. They their encouragemeWnt Nehr Is bound over for trial In the Despite the damage, the big ship is scheduled to 4se
athe suoeas wbleh Is being r.mounced the eonflscation of said to want the talks held in the higher court. to iht for in Chile.
lth ed vilon goods bought in West Berlin *oMth spring, posably during the April r
ldeter na~i=; the orgaun- 3,117 marys ($115) and 4,660 West visit of the Russia, leaders Because there is no place to buit se the affected
ontnun tootIpro marks ($j145) In the posession Britain. 'i eIaoe there i0, no0.baerto burl. ofthen affected
fl=.. nd tSCO!ition by of East Berliners. Nehru is not trying. to arrange 4 tor her 240,000-barel car;gotof eats can be sealed I
otti wod. wt hi reaultiUng A every West mark was pe- a definite time and place, t h e oil, repairs cannot be comVpleted therest of the AMi for-
Olel' Batistaction gained cleus Ito ia East Berlin wner sources said. He merely wants to t 'boa. atier of t -
feb for the bad topway a East sound out the Wet at this time, But the Andros Venture is A Caa e .A...
SFaManzour fam- marks for Rt he d tiy's ee pointing out that he does not Awant Afffya j s .
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United Pre. .count showed that 85
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T1oth Pemian1 "credtl of revolt'
Sto with order to qef
a four-dsyj'od "rev' supported
by studeit, union leiers and the
al polie,
Maj. Gen, Ricardo Pesr Godoy,
commander of the garrison hfe,
assumed control of tiWe city and
province 4f Arequippait place of
Gov, Erest Pflucker, who re-
signed when the police lined up
with anti-government forces.
Several persons were injured
Wednesday when polee fired into
the crowd at a -pro' erIUment
mass meeting in he worst inci-
dent reporld so fart in the sub-
versive upheaval.
No other iajor violence ha s
been mportped, but commercial
activity t Arequlp. was virtually
paralyzed yesterday -by a gener-
al strike aeled to.ifore e bWl
dmdan. for the resignation of
Ihterir Minister Alejaudro Espar-
za Zanartu and' the. rpeal of the
ar Internal S y Law.
A.pmrotest committee of stu-
dents said un.i lder also Is
demanding a blank pardon for
political offeagdsr 04. reform of
the electoral law before the June
3 presidential election.

Tax llg Apl

It Bhgls On J. 3
The uIM Income tax filing pe-
riod beginning Jan. 3, will find all
taxpayeyl preparing -their own tax
returns. Tha new policy s being
put into effect throughout the U-
nited States,tad te Canal Zone.
T Ieal Rev ad Office in
B= win op en Tuesdays
P "'ijdays wi boors of
8:3 0 to ai n ld p.m.
to S poa. The Criobal office will
be ope Monays, with hours of
9 a.m. to it anoe s 1 p.m. to
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"mlcleart testblasta if the Unit- Pr G COUrt at K-a laruhe today Wehld gifts to"a, andI6e- tl-
ed States and Britat alo agr' *. spulit aipteon of tes 17. a clothing, Automobile deal-
a B f actdliy ever won e reported slight inree
P ar thSa brouDtt to trial s ti was u- ew and used car turnovers, the
g eftain. Bl.t a B on government agency aid. I
lnhasokesma said he would have to The total dollar volume o re
Sremati in jail untilinvestigation tall trade in the week ended this
AbharM SMie R Yramcht f2h t mathss tay behind the Wednesday wa estimated by D
Iron Curaina completed. This B to be from 3 to 7 p r Mt
Should deeM0 we r he will be bHier than the week -a year age.
I ln- -A&i oyvus or not Betae the case Yi he Federal Reserve Board re-
I u so co heated, th pokea ed department store sales In
St. Marys Sel Isles, Dec. 4 f added' John may ve to read n th United States during the week
(UP) -Two atdenturesome young hiniMl 1to ifting out for a ended Dec. 1 were 6 per cent
Ca.forn ians who went to Sweden y Perde above-the sales in the comparable
on vacationand decided to ail a period i 4 and sales r
small yacht home. are buffeting John fled to East.Berli ontmju. year through bee. 17 were I pe
their way toward the Panama Ca. 20, 194, and asked the East cent oter the 154 eriod.
nal "somewhere in the mid-Allan- Zone Reds for polpcl asylum. Wholeale orders held steady-
tit." it wna learned today. B BUt on Dec. 12 lthiyelar-te skip. ver the preceding week, but ede
Milton Charles Clair, 25 n1d ad back to the' W t and turned slightly ahead the week l
Ricky Paschal 26, arrived in the ilmelf o ver to Wej German se- year a buyers boosted spring In-
midle of the Atlantic from Stock- curity authorities, coming he had ventotes.
holm in their 40-foot "Pigla" via been d ngged Md 'idaid to Be ay, trade v olu mein
Curxsaven, Germany, this t i n y EiAt geri ainst.his will. New lad was uchaged
port at the extreme southwest tip He was arrested rmal y yea. 4 percent higher, while the South
ofSugland, Carrl, Spain, and the terday morning, 11 jeys after his and Northwest showed the way
Canary Islands. Their vovy.aglleretur to the West.sand charged with gains of 4 to per cent.
has been marked by tribulation, with urgent suspicion of. treason. Hopsewives on the lookout o
Blair is from San Fernando, Cal- He was transfered from West holiday specialties boosted food
if., and Paschal is from San Die- German criminal plie headquar- sales this week. Canned g o 0 ds,
go Calif ttrs at Wiesbaden. Where he had candy and dried fruits were in
Alatr and Paschal left the Ca- been grilled tince his retOur and sharp demand 1 t esh me$at
nary Islands 10 days ago and head-. lapped Into the oEl-ahlae o.w, saes %nl Poultry5and
ed for Panama. t Karisn he p e bu,* dar ood held Uigh an.d steady.
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n We write this In the hope that it will come to the attention eace
of ts proper authorities in order that something e done t (D.C
eowWui aud unnecessary cruelty to the norse. at the ieA- na_
.amamS racetra ,," iterm
Aang s asW been pulled the "Sport of Kings." it is a lurIy DSe.
Which only the very wealthy can aftoera, tor as a busmeasmIat is As
-l ways a loiamn propositon, and yet here individuals with no got
I flnanclaL support purchase norses anu try to make money out turn<
@ them by starving them in the first place, then doping them any
end c noutag Ithem with eieetrmo ac irees, so uha uwy may later
--a rage. ilr
It s is=ded, a sad and sorry state of affairs when they ra *able
L 1lut to "race" visiDly sics and underfed horses, aopeo up U) maau berm
b ja mst effort to win a prize.--0
SLast, month twSu norsese dropped dead Immediately aftto: a If
race; ano ewr ell and died wlue racagW, nearly klling nis JocdOy Tm
".and I nuring other horses ana ijooeoy f. mis
S 14 oently another horse alea xron sneter starvation. JI photg the
waI puasblhe in La flora, a newspaper wnicn has been cam* w.in
!Vpaisgung and maKlmg a stans in savor or tnese unfortunate am-
tnais. 'the names o0 aa these aoea norses were puoushed in tae
a)c'al papers. Prea
tot tante are but a few of thou who die quietly in their (iW
stalls, victims eitner of starvaton or or neart at acas" nauseu
orea over coping. T'
D t the racing officials lad the Humane Society know these haf
thiNgs? In Panama there are many horse lovers and time aports- m .
a. 0 1.e.. Col. BolUvar Vallarie. ALreo Aleman, Louis Mbrtan, Patt
ant m ay others. sad we sall on them to loon Into this prnOlem '%n
0o as to U aproveO racing condittions m anama and present a goon
sowing o. eal sprtsmanship. c,
S We "griom" are ardes ra tans,i have attended races not no
only in the bMaes, but in Europe and South America, and never __..
have we seen such neglect, cruelty, and pitiable onanitlone as
OW|r so bi~ er. M4anU .wonder then that the majority of
r us stay away tram he track so es not to ecourla g with 9i ;it
presence su Or C .elty to duamb animals. '.M
.- t te10 00 r 4t will 4000 be an Inu tad. Let sI hope f Mgla
S t the official veterinaries will make a realistic check o all resil
tbose n104g qes of slcg horses and lorbld them trom being ftored, wllI
Their owners should be frankly Wtld that their ralng days invesi
are over, and the horses should be sold to native farmers to it- with
D. WIO UWth bredO, r W ,e4. but not ridden untUl ithey dro dead. a0e.
110aw bul and tracks are all very well, but the sport in wb
Ig (1 wiU l OnaUtaid by the flprse, umdIf these are not good ,play
hape the majority o us "%rltos" will not be there, for wVi Jo iean
sI. enjoy watchIng sick and starved animals forced to run due to IC
to estt s aIa el 491 ntd sleetrig batteries. the t
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,*~t fq eo tfe 34 hour Ioarding Servie. ow
vp atfl baarflg cetiles to OWe
l e or runant aso. This ea be ae-
war an ether side at the Isthmus.
,t.Pagr. Caalr began 4 hour boardtg aerviee
S d seat as and latersts elsewhere. This
Mn, who man all flag meehant vessels a big
eanuase it alW means (to en wh ata etches
I ock for weeks that they wi ile able t I aboeo
dIsg Aemethtma weeks at sea.
.* eqtata hour port" among the anasna
Hepofse AfUrica and the Middle oast bTut e
ape Can&al should most certainly shbew e
of asm it 1 ,pwentatlve of tWe UL.
-4 S hour bforda with attey In thoe
ievitOM za ormct in tUta h at 4-Iow
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ASHINGTON (NS A) It
s from the to four yua tor
new administration to lean
M .in W Ma m1d Oput Its
people in charge of govern
lais nowhere betterlustrated
aIn the ancient and honorable
rtate Commerce Commission.
big job of rejuvenation Is going
here.
irt of it's due to rlaaUowj
idder members. Part isdue to
intment by PresdEtt Zise,
e of new younger m as
Sof the old has r.
the end of next Mar, tf
be only one member fthe
an commission not named b
dent EIsenhower. Thi oe
rtion Anthony P. Arpris
o). He aas 4ft been 4
d eha'rman for t year.
Sas a commissioner expire
31. I57.
o today, ICC bbu probably
farther toward f temple
over at the top mince 133 than
of the other independent reg-
y agencies.
lde t bow has been
to name five maw ICC ml1n-
Their average se is now 51
near record low. When Ike took
the average age'was 67.
*e ve new members range
veett H et as ah
shower Texas Demoerat and
ICC baby at 4d0- to John H.
hell (R.Clo) who 8is I.
between are enneth .
le (R-Ky) 0, Howard ,
s (R-Colo) II and Owe Clarks
Nash) l1.
ey replaced Chars D.
I who wo o, W0a1m 0 .
walter M. W. Splwa TOn, J.
erae T1 and Jame! K, Knud-
a mere boy of 55.
reoyb *-, epassi of ei dr-
lts-o Vref "osower e,
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mident niseh wgr failed In
rInt attempt to face ahm 's
npti lt yer became asoe
over T7,
oe resigned after a Senate
stigatis of his comncdtion
a Chicago transfer company
hie ji attempt was made to
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At bst we know the truth: come,
let us read
The writing irrldMucent on the
wall;
Let's stad in silene while the
mements bleed
With memories, with dreams be-
_ed recall;
Tihs eO t ofun that made our
pulses pound,
at turned the bitter -e into
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Memo s of a Midnigh t: Rose-
mary Clos ey and Paramount
have divoe d. They say the real
owners of Nashua Inelude a Whit-
ney, Widener and Salmon. .The
pretty informatlan clerk I Sas
th is the heiress to-.the lehaefer
lager mint.. .Yvonne Ktig (King
Sisters) and Del CoNrtney are test
ins wedding bells in. S Fren-
cisee. .Mra Lynm t the new
Anita Los musical ("The1 Amu.
nlag Adele") has that show's asao;
elate -producer on a yo-yeo.. .Critic
George Jean Nathan 'returns to
the hospital mny .day. Confined dur-
ing thke holidays. ..Atrsma Elaine
Stewart of N.J. and HoUywqed
iand Dr. H. Platt wUill behmeon
In South Ameriea b iNew Year'i
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I love yu madly, Gregg Sier-
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poster of und v iedltt
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MOdO's'o your 811 1 00isMaepa.m- 4t I ,Iscvermwweat
betio .k .. .So01 a .. me of my fad ma .' las. ent-
ju"t vtno m asun ay, Menoies Are Mae Of
OoeLt. .Usin the name This' and 'Auumt Lver an
Mrt Her real name is e. pnew ne wearingF oldhe, to
prde Merrill.. Wife of. .wit: 'lBut I msl you ost df aBl,
R1W%, whose aki founded n _O4_rung, an Autua Leave
Wl st. firm of MerriU, l begin to fall.'" .
Perce, Fenner & Beane.
Sa$pplauss: Mrs. Frank
S-ht's new bk "The
ThMes Square Circle: WTh idn." ( M re
Va Bwn and Bakal's ""Lo05B1lWa
l latddwlg) achieved "the P La at
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Itwampton. .When '5n;e me
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h entered ethe b traviet

9h doctors' advie. ab took a
IigiUnnt.brk about 10 o'dlook.
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with all of ye-but its been bar-
/feott. Tex Sea. Lyndon JonIm
son, however, he said, "it' good
to see you, Lydon. You aol are
members pf the same club,"
the. Psient made a perm l
pitch tr a greater prapanada
.-e no Impotant battle
ung he said, "is the battle
Wamiun tat we a't Wrdf to
oe this battle, he an ed that
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britd cgesal leada at 4- b, the .stfour m-et al
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fiscal year by 000 po t d a 1
figure he, used for the total de- Tras. -py, aM
fame bitust warn M,57efmm.J anem mp~stiFMotdmec,
He stressed that the atmle-owe 1fag, amd Hoover.
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good wilito atn. o broadcast abro in El .h ad .
bq pemone sWe attended S foreign languages by Voice
M wer of the Spr e Court, a th America t tree a stage
TNe tonal repreentates r- eh idea behinrected the pageant ligis
the united Nations ath yee Pa' a-serves of all desan, nomin-secular non
alea P union. profit ventuhere wils to proe ays,
a imato drisls theChdt*folk dances and song test o


paTh& pmagent was held Ion earthe it was d for the pageafirst ti be
.d wll to At k .ear the btlast year. Its reception wa so
e cThe hiigton Monum ent reat that it waags decided to make
bye irembert o an annual affair. Over 500,000
Airs Ad r presentativipated s f t he idea beited the first pageant -
thealong UW teims ttives Panfrom And 6, n-partian, non-secular nond i-
Atheiea ni, and l- dren oft pra ia toevery rade wan
tur rgn any of the creed took friendship and under religious
embaala Imave trees other na- services among a there presentationples of
the world. I^ Mll llsf! ''- lr *aL *"?N


Thonal gela in the ld in thway on the fort all demon firstratimeg
.iPeace, leading to the at tree. the same message, peaception earth, so
The Pak, tant embassy, for -et g atood will to ma n. t
towe-Ow itby. i.t an annual affair. Over 5W0.000 '^ 1 i t-V B- *i *'
Abi'JoIel" partleipated spectatorsvisited the first pageant. | '*sW 'T '' ** ^'^'*
*tn'n ieftati fro AndB' GII mp woe a Ol- 14
the*~ A. d alind vsl rn of pracfically every race and ^**^ *~ S KJ"^^f ff
Wetui '.4VVtntuat!T Many of the creed took arti this religious -.* '^VM ** *.'* 'SMB J
embie avetrcas or other na- services Win4.lter presentations kTS ^ -'' ^i^^^ y'' ^
tonal lktet in .the Pathway on the stage all demonstrating *1 .I K Ei. ^' -y *I
Peace, leading to the -1litat tree. the same message, peace on earth, j ";""."^ -- ^^ 'JS^
The Pakistani embassy, for ex- -good will to man. ____ f!i -- 'L -^- ;


California Self-Help Program

May Spread To Other Areas

SACMiNTO, 'Calif. -(UP)- chief of the state's marketing
Ome 00,000,000 a year. division.'
fl Aelp agricultural marketing Kuhrt recommended that "great-
program to 'other parts of the er consideration" be given to the
country has been suggested by a possibilities of cutting down
state official a#'s possible contri- price-depressing surpluses of
button to help solve the nation's major creps by expandingg their
farm ills. use thro intensified trade pro-
motional actvities and Sy research
The state-sponsored, industry- to develop new. uses for some of
financed marketing orders, born in these products."
the farm depression of 1937, pro-
vide for high standards of grading. Wine and Lemons
control of surplus production, trade
promotion and research. Kuhrt cited the example of the
The orders are .credited as a California wine industry. With
contributing factor in maintaining consumption of California wine;
California's cash farm incomerat totaling 54,000,000 gallons in 1983,
the highest level ina the ati on, the industry embarked on an ex-
some $2.5Kq000,0 year. tensive advertising program under
"It seem quite likely that some a marketing order.
.of the approach these l shmarket- The first year the wine industry
tog orders might be helpfMlMI spent SON,0O0 advertising Califor-
other localities of the United n wines as a qroup without
States," said W. J. Kuhrt, cautious identifying any particular brands.
SBy 1355 the industry was spending
*soe to $W,0M,00a year and
itsaslznptlon had soared to
n9,0g0,000 nlbs a year.


EOPINQ for a "toyful Christmas" seems to be the expression on little Nancy Panzerl's face as
she tells'Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas during the recent Fort Kobbe holiday
party. The party, made possible through funds collected from units and organizations, is
held annually in honor of all Post youngsters through the age of 12 years.
___________________________________'______ (U.S. Army Photo)
side of usual trade channels, such producers. A majority vote is re 73
as selling it for livestock feed. quired to put them into effect.
"Surplusses don't r e m:a in a Once in effect. the police power
threat to the market under the of the state is behind them to
state system," Kuhrt said. enforce their provisions, including
Strict quality standards also act the collection of assessments
as a deterrent to surplusses, elimni- necessary to operate the programs
eating low-grade production and The programs are operated .
providing the housewife with a committees of producers asdit
better, more dependable product, handlers under department
be pointed out. suervision.
California marketing orders are currently 28 of the sael.hclp *, / ,2
Branared hr b niautnr ceminiftes rograms are in elff ec t. The-


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I-YOUR' GIFT. HEAD
CHICAGO, MDeC. 24 (UP) .
The FBI and ChOeago police to' S
day announced, the artr OGive year around pleiasdre
Chicagoan in an attempted ex- -
tortion from John H. Jdhnpon, 4
gu Fisher of Ebony. Jet,* and E Uhe*ElcrhsVcua
tlher of bo. t Fuller Brushes Eleetirolux Vacuum m
other magazines.
Arrested was Richard Bowles, Cleaners Polishers, and Refrigeraoft
30 n unemployed dishwasher ^i*.-i^t*
0wtha neoro esertion from Zenith liadios Fleishmaun H.O. Electric
the armed forces. He Was un-
armed And offered no r-esistance T.t *KL.iesCo.*Wa s
whmseized by agents and Chi- Trains Hobby Items Toys Wagons
cago detectives after he picked
Win a dummy package Thursday .and many... many more.
night. q .
Bowles said he used his 14st 20 Special items for Season and at low prices.
cents to pay his fare to the W
point where he had directed mostly at USA prices: Dennison Wrapping
that a package be placed with' de rtis
S$15.000 in bills. decorations.
The FBI said that on Dec. 14 .
Johnson, a Negro. received a 'C me in ond see our selection -
letter signed "The Com'mittee." Come in nd see our selection .
and demanding the $15,000 as a B
fee for loinintr an unnamed "or-
Ranizatlon." It threatened vio -
lence against the publishing C AG CI ES
company unless the money was Q M. A
S forthcoming. (The Home of Quality Merchandise),
On Dec. 20, Johnson was sent. "J" St. No. 13-A-30 Tivoli Ave. 18.20
a Christmas card directing dJ Ts 22386 23265 221
liverry at 7 p.m. at a designated Tel. 2-2386 2.3265 -2-2142
spot andon sayg in ome anythine Open till 9 p.m. until Xmas
S ready to bury you or someone
cose to you."

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ribbea. Tl0I'ay becm.
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of "e, Tht14dw ilreun
of GeU.S. ULone 'C. McGarr,
commanding general, USAI-
CARIB. Mrs. LaldlaIW (left)
rIns the .second star o Laid-
law. With the promotion, came
le announcement, released in
Washington bv Acting Secre-
tary of Army Charles PFinu-
cane, that Laldlaw will return
to the US. in January for du-
ty at White Bands Proving
Grounds, New Mexico. Laid-
law bhps served as Chief of
Staff, UsAXCARIM, since ar-
riving'in the Canal Zone Ini
June of 1964. (US Army Photo)


Wo1 I" -per- cans. utang pae*7
sales increased from ar ou
s0,00e ton. In i8s to s5o.rn tons
in the past several years, stift-
lated by a $1,000,000 advertising
program.
Research paid for by the state's
agricultural industries also has
played a big p a r t in keeping
California's agricultural economy
healthy, Kuhrt, said. Research
which developed a satisfactory
canned grapefruit provided an ad-
ditional .outlet for growers.
Development of a raisin ice cream
helped dispose of more of that big
crop.
crop. Quality Standards
Surplus control efforts in Cali-
fornia under state marketing
-orders are directed toward
disposing of excess production out-

Walks To Schdol
On Stilts At 70!
JESUP, Ta. -(UP)- After a
day of rugged farm work, Guy
Stoddard stepped out on a'20-
pound pair of stilts and walked a
sentimental mile to the rural
school he attended as a boy.
Tfat was the way Stoddard, who
farms a 1-acre tract on which he
was born near here, celebrated his
70th birthday.
'"MTe walk took me 2Pminutes-
which isnWt much compared with
the eight minutes it took me to
w '71 4*as schoolboy." Stoddard
sawi "sAl, 1 didn't know myself,
before I started, if I'd be able to
make it."


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REASON: CHRISTMAS

DATE & HOUR: DEC. 25

11 A.M. till 4 P.M.

OBJECT: CHRISTMAS LUNCH
AND DANCING

MUSIC by.
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TOE PANAMA AMERICA* AW INDEPENDENT PAIU NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, DECEMBER U, It
AND THE PIRATES
Rr GEORGE WUNPE
'rtOaO' 60UV-' THtf CAM* A PWCTvl
fflSS'AW TW SlASTIt* MB;
^T^N MV CARS 6LOV6 CCWWMnMBNT.
FRECKLES AND HIS PRDTNIW
The Word Was No
y MRKRILL HUIRSE*
-and psychology (Colun^UJf^^^^^S^^S^JSSmS of the Panama Ministry of Education and con-
teacher (Colprado State College of **** aeJdu"tton2achr and coach (San Diego State College., James R. O'Rorke
'teacher (Nebraska); John C Fawcett BH8 I*g"*~^M* BdnaK) The local group raised more than $100 to help pay
;:Sy civilian training supervisor Wjdoagte(g| E^artgt>ljlg10 the fund, but unable to be present at the ban-
the indebtedness on the new national headeru"^u;^ Turrlalba, Costa Rica /Cornell; Ed-
El y^n^J&tg^ ^rpido. Porga. Memorial Laboratory (Cornell,.
Hints For Fire-Safe Christmas:
BOSTON (UP) For a fire-
safe Christmas, says the National
Fire Protection Association, you
ikouid observe these rules:
THE TRIM
Select a tree that hasn't dried
ut from long storage.
Stand it in water or snow out-
doors until you're ready to use it
Indoors. [_M ...
Bring the tree Indoors just be-
fore Christmas and take it out
is soon afterward as possible
(Dec. 26 is recommended).
' Place the tree trunk in water
end keep level of water high the
Sure time the tree is indoors,
eck the water level daily for
absorption and evaporation.
LIGHTING -
liDon't use candles on the tree or
arby where there u any chance
for an open lame to contact the
*Use only electric lighting sets
at bear the UL (Underwriters
laboratories) label.
Tcneck lighting sets each yearbe-
lire using for Irayed wires, loose
Sonections and broken ockets.
- aure the fuse on the electri-
cal circuit you use if not over
15 amperes.
Don't plug too many cords into
one outlet. ,. ,
Make certain that all tree light-
ing is turned off before retiring or
leaving the bouse.
WRAPPINGS
Don't let Christmas wrappings
accumulate, in the home.
Use non-combustible material to
decorate the home wherever pos-
sible. When you must use combus-
tible materials, be sure they are
"flame-proofed."
Santa Claus whisers h a ye
caused Christmas tragedies; be
sure they're "flameproofed, too.
GIPTS
Don't buy pyroxylin plastic dolls,
toys or non-flameproofed cowboy
suits, etc. Toys operated by alco-
hol, kerosene or gasoline are es-|
pecially dangerous. r '
Look for the Underwriters' Lab-
oratories label when buying elec-
trical toys. This means they have
been tested for ire and hock
hazards and may be considered
safe if properly handled.
Don't set up electric trains or
spirit-fueled toys under a Christ-
mas tree. --
Christmas Lights Our Way to Heaven
ZENITH RADIOS
MAKE APPROPRIATE XMAS OIFTS
r Tear round pleasure of Entertainment for the home.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
(Home of Qnality Merchandise)
-J" St 13-A-3Q Tivoll Ave. No. 18-20
J *" TeflW 2-2142 -2-S265
OPEN TILL P-M. UNTIL XMAS
By Rev. John B Sheerin, Editor of the CATHOLIC WORLD
and that therefore there Is no
need to look up to heaven.
But the Magi, real wise men,
knew their spirits needed more
than what this world had to
offer. They recognised and fol-
lowed the light that came from
another world.
THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT Is
generally a fragile and feeble
emotion. "Christmas la over and
Business Is Business" wrote the
columnist P. P. Adams. Too
quickly do the kindness and ex-
panslveness dissipate after the
holiday. The light flickers and
goes oust
We can keep the Christmas
spirit by following the example
of the Three Wise Men. After
they presented their gifts to the
Infant, they were warned-in a
dream not to return to Herod,
and so they "went back to their
own country by another way."
AFTER CHRISTMAS we have
to return to the same old rou-
tine, the day-by-day drudgery.
But we can take a hint from the
Magi and strike out in a new
The MagT the Three Wise Men, dtrwtiea. We have aeen the
.1 mu__..uvi. ...4 rtHj.u f"Krlttm >tar
LIGHTS ARE a frequent and
popular feature of Christmas
decorations. Doorways, windows
and even the shrubbery around
the house are brightly illumi-
nated at this time of the year.
Perhaps the power companies
have old the public a bill of
good* but it's good goods. In
celebrating Christmas In a blare
of light, we do something of
deep significance. For Christ-
mas U the birthday of Him Who
is the Light of
the World.
rr is not
ENOUGH to cel-
ebrate Christ-
mas by a sudden
lift of the heart,|
a nostalgic re-
turn for one day
to the memories
of childhood. We
can celebrate Sheerin
Christmas best by making a re-
newed act of faith In Christ who
will give us light to escape the
darkness of Irreligin all around
us.
for us at Christmas. They were
men who didn't feel that they
had all the answers. They kept
their eyes on Ood, or His sign,
the Star of Bethlehem.
THE THREE WISE MEN were
pagans. But unlike modern
pagans they kept their eyes on
the tars: above this earth.
Thus they were led to Christ.
One learned writer wrote re-
cently that this good earth
nourishes the spirit of man aa
well as the planta and flowers,
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ar fitting 'symbols and models Christmas eta?, we have dellght-
ed In the light from the Christ-
mas star, lets go back to our
Jobs, our dally lives "by another
way."
Every day work can be Just a
drudgery, a drag. If we forget
that It Is our way to heaven. If
we really open our souls to the
bright light of Christian faith
this Christmas, we will know
where we are going. Peace will
stay In our souls and our hands
will be full of gifts for Ood and
man.
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trade as a "re-tudyw" That j But the mouse expe t
see If aD the tiga t contained berry jam.
could be put oves better..the ate "People just don't real
detors h av et the situ mice have a sweet tooth,"
seeIsfa tneWuld b. asetdl said. a


S ropouls, of the New York Pil-

Met conucetor this seaSo s.
the scorw to s B if pueell was
tbehlgstihta' mua ly by the
kind fat peteitsace wlhc has
become the routine. B
The ras ut of" aU .t. effort was
astoolshlt ey" ,t moat sea-
son brooed -e itroeo those
whose p
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more effrecy ay an









Of coursl, the-est was terrific.
Richard Tucker was Mo rlo, and
bLeonag Warri wa they by theia.
Not' only were they tr in cxceent
voice-and cente rl world
kindopera s tfahe which has
as members of a tragic triangle,
all doomed to routin one way or
another. Metropoulost work with
the orchestra was pheomoWeal.
Some more remarkable Fucclni
hosebutonth stages T hose







Haill where Lois Marshal, soprano.
tore the hearts et of an -audience
withR the way she t t across the
-.nara Wa quensta Rheggia."; from

"Tura--d-t" M"iSS Marshall has a
wonderful busleal iqtrumet In t
her throat, but more Importealy
she is a musie of .brilaynt skil.fs
I Moeeart.Mahierand Sub0 -


Swhicth makes wabi !he ns ea
any soprano, s.nb d$i ec


with emotoneI and technicalI
finesse.


The Chiibtmas highlight of this
mstuscleason0180 1 WAS, ,,he ittle
(Orchesa's performance o f Ber
l.e' "he Childhood 'of Christ."
S become a yuletide fixture
New York No but wheach
yparly repetition. one more and
more surprised that-tle'th as
least sul Ing-n 'Mesiahr" But
often as 'ft mane is
maybe q ",isO dficul.
It ,

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NEW YOR -_(UP)- A new
Sesive and a liquid sm oldes are

handyman and the 'do-ityour-se
he adhesive, a generalWP~se
household camelt fpr repti an

ia. l m1 etar. leather, an-t
Ib usIAe-d papercoiers, ana




Ohio). ._..,.

tag the job of kospvin wauthe i.
twclm m ak met a tproo S
byists Caw it for n.m






mea ma e ren- it has ret can
mals..aRnea a w el m edged ,
be ued- a e toheating abd
water pimarie arip a,"



aluminum* in
An auto window cleaner for -
jag the Job of kuePifn auto windows
ln inall kind of weather is
made of magn 'lihas t*t
angular'head ad edges,

cer t seven Inch armWithl
colorfastor fplasticgrip. ne tog
has a chanll wide enough m Th bl
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ears old, you have plenty of con-
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The C o. Motor CIlub said
u lfr fiu show that 4.
extension per .:.e American cars are
ct, that frojn7 4 -o en years old and
cheese. 23 per are seven years or-
9 dietary olde .., .
Sawith a
way to A u per cent of the autos
all=' i l i a two -or three
oratory, yNNew a less than
.vorite," a t ,for only 1
and rai- l., .
The club said the auto population
said the of the United States has almost
s straw- doubled during the past 10 years
and that the end of 1955 reglstra-
ze that tions should total more than
SParten 81,000,000 passenger cars, trucks
and buses.


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The expansion of AA Int6
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has created thle Panama pos of
regional sales manager, to which
Charles J. O'Brien has been ap-
pointed, and the post- of staton
manager, which Robert treefer


VIVID CONTRAST-t'he j*. ftt carrier USS torrstal, right.
dwarfs other ships at the Portsmouth, Va., Naval shipyard. At
left is the carrier USS Coral Sea, one of the Navy's largest car-
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U.S scheduled all-cargo adirinest
specializing in cargo between the "J" St. 13-A
States and Latin America, for five Tels.
years. He has served as agent -in
an Salvador, Bogota and as as- OPEN T
distant to vice president Paul E. ,
Dixon, Je, at ASA's headquarters
in St. Petersburg, Flna.
Trefcer, formerly of the U. S.
Air Force, served with the Beech- -
nut Chewing Gum Corp. before
joining ASA. Both Trefeer and 0'-
Brien will be located in Panamai
at ASA's office on Tivoli Avenue. I


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SStreet No. 11
Agencies Internal, de Publicaciones
Nu 3 Loitery, Plas
CASA ZALDO
.mnral Ave. 45


LOURDES PHARMACY
liu La Carrasq.Ule
FARMACIA LOMBARDO

MORRISON'
41M at J.ul Ave A J I.


LEWIS SERVICE
Av. TlveU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
241 Lon vamev '
FARMACIA LUX
Ais Cetral. Avenue


HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
a. ret dso -a m Ave. No. 41
FOTO DOMY
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FARMACJA. iJSD" S-
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FOR SALE:-1950 Cadillac-62
4-door. 7000 miles since over.
haul; new tubeless whitewalls;
bronze oil filter; vape-jet; hy-
dramatic with passing gear,
$1450. 1$450 down). Gatun
579.
FOR SALE:-'53 Olds Super 88
4-door, hydramatic, power steer-
ing. brakes, electronic eye, rear
speaker, $1850. Call Fort Kobbe
2298.
SALE OR TRADE:-1955 Chev-
rolet 4-door, Powerglide. only
3000 miles, like new. Phone Kob-
be 3235.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-8
Fordor. Original owner, 17
months old, 9000 mile $1400.
Can be financed. Phone Balboa
residence 2-1527; office 2-
2541.
FOR SALE:-1 /-ton Chevrolet
stake body. Duty paid. License
and insurance paid for 1956.
Good condition. Good tires. Tel-
ephone Gamboa 6-429, C. L.
Pierce, 182 Apt. 1. Gamboa.

LOST & FOUND
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I COMMERCIAL &

i PROFESSIONAL
C4NAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
DENTAL MEDICAL
S Dr C Frabregs Dr.R. Avla. Jr.
iD.i'i. IGeorgieow Llnswersnty) MD
'Tlvh (4th of July) Ave., No IA2t
'(Ippo'lte Ancon School plaiegrund)
le.t 2-2011 PsnsmAl


FOR SALE
Bo--aq & Molors
FOR SALE:-Boat 16 feet. out-
board 3/8 Marine. plywood,
5200. Call Abbott, Panama 2-
1033 or 2-1036. evening 3-
4383.
FOR SALE:-17-ft. boat, cabin
cruiser, used one fishing season
in A-1 condition $500; trailer
to fit same boat. one man oper-
ation. patent pending $100. Can
be seen at 2003-C let Street,
Curundu. Phone 83-6226. Pru.
ift 0. Broome.
FOR SALE:-Boat. 12' Thomp-
Ion outboard with 9.8-hp. John-
son motor $200, 6427 Los Rios.
Phone 2-4436.

Krishna Menon

Suffers Acute

Appendicitis
NEW YORK. Dec. 24 (UPi-
V, K. Krishna Menon, 57. Indian
Chief delegate to the United Na-
tions. Is suffering an attack of
Acute apperfdicitis and has
postponed his return to New
I Delhi, his physician said today.


RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552


TRANSPORTEDS BAXTER. S A.
Pecksn Shippers Maovers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping classes daily
3 to S p.MP. Phone .0279
or by appointment.


HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
CHARM SCHOOL. SUITE III
Balls 2-1239 or Panxm .3-1N60
Studio El Panami Hotel


BARBAIN of the SEASON
Nuh Ambassador Custom 4
dr. Sedan 1952 with Overdrive.
Radio, and new Tires. In per-
fect condition. $950. Nash
Agency. Panama.


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FOR SALE
Household


FOR SALE: Hi-Fi records for
Christmas. AGENCIES DIAZ,
37th Street No. 6-A.


PERSONALS


HARNETT & DUNN wishes their
many friends &r students A Mer-
ry Xmas ( Happy Dancing for
1956.


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Make your poas new lfor
"THE PUPPiT SHOW".
Balboa Theater Thursday
December 29
P.M. 5 P.M. 8 P.M.


FOR SALE
Automobiles


MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
lOX 2031. ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C:Z.
Pusmled about a Xmas Gift? Then
why t give the IDEAL gift that
will prove a lasting baneoit to an
Adul or a Teenager. Give a
Ballrom Dancing C o.u so by
HARNETT DUNN. Call Bal-
boa 2-4239 or Panama 3-1660.
Announcing to the resident of
the Canal Zone the arrival of our
Virotypo Embossing Machine.
Poernalize your Xmas cards,
personal cards wedding cards.
IMP rNTA UNIVERSAL, No.
19-32 "B" Ave. Phone 2-2950,
75 yards from Paul's Market;
Branch Store. No. 13A-44 16th
Street West, Phone 2-2950.

Expert Ouestions

"Trulh Serum' Use
CHICAGO -iUP)- "Truth ser.
urns" may make innocent persons
confess to crimes they never com-
mitted, a Colorado psychiatrist
said in an article in Northwestern
University's Journal of Criminal
Law, Criminology and Police Sci-
eDce.


The Cathedral of St. Luke in
Ancon will be the center of com-
plete Epidcopal Christmas serv-
ices for the Pacific side of the
Isthmus.
Today, beginning at 8 p.m.,
there will be the annual Christ-
mas service for the children of
the Cathedral Church School
4and their parents.
At 11 p.m. there will be a i0-
minute concert of Christmab
carols given in the cathedral by
the members of the Cathedral
choir under the direction of Earl
Keeney, organist and choirmas-
ter.
There will then be a 15-min-
ute period of carolling by the
congregation and choir, and at
11:45 the choral service of Holy
Communion will begin. The cel-
ebrant and preacher will be the
Very Rev. M. Richard MacDon-
aid, dean of-Lthe cathedral of
St,: Luke and rector ,"d thi- Ca-
thedral parish. He will be assist.
ed by the Rev. J. K. Renew, re-
cently ordained priest.
On Christmas Day there will
be a celebration of the Holy
Communion at 7:30 a.m., follow-
ed by Santa Communion at 8:15
a.m., celebrated by Bishop Oood-
en; and a choral Eucharist with
sermon at 11 a.m. There will al.
po be the normal service of eve-
hing prayer and sermon at 7
p.m.
'On Monday, St. Stephen's
Day; Tuesday,. St. John Evangel-
Ist; and Wednesday, Hols Inno-
cents' Day, there will be cele-
brations of the Holy Communion
at 6 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.


one blask aye. Answers to 'Spot' Dr. John M. Macdonald, assist-
or 'Paechie.' Call 3-4977. Re- ant medical director of the Colo-
ward. radio psychopathic hospital and vet-
eran consulting psychiatrist to the
L district courts oft hat state, sharp-
Mur hy Named ly criticized use of sodium amytal
2 "and other drugs by police investi-
To Succeed Cross gators.
"Persons under the influence of
WASHINOTON, Dec. 24 (UPI drugs are very suggestible," Dr.
--President Eisenhower today Macdonald wrote. "False or mis-
named Rtpert L. Murphy, a leading answers may be given.
Georgia Democrat, to succeed especially when questions are im-
Hugh W. Cross on the Interstate properly phrased."
Commerce Commission.
Such confessions often result in a
Cross recently resigned after miscarriage of justice,. Dr. Mac-


an investigation of his business donald charged, or "they may
eenDr. W. treatin Krishna Mehaon activities by a Senate commit- interrupt the criminal investigation
nc eating Krishna Menon tee. He was ICC chairman, at a crucial time and enable the
since early Thursday morning real1criminal to escap detection
at his hotel suite. He said Krish- Murphy, 46, will serve as : real criminal to escape detection."
na Menon had been "quite ill" member ot tha ICC for the re D Dv- MlMualn s many guilty
but is now recovering. -m -J.m' teaft expirln pects are able to lie while under
Krishna Menon. who lp Prime luence of the dugs.
Minister Jawaharlal Nethr's In- Murphy, a native of Yronville, Experience shows, he said, that
ternational trouble shooter and Ga., is traffic manager and at- crisngil who confess under nar-
ambassador of India's policy of torney for the Georgia-Alabama cosis probably also would have con-
neutralism, was scheduled to Textile Traffic Assn. of Atlanta. fessed as a result of skillful
leave for the Indian capital by He is a member of the American questioning withoutt the use of
plane yesterday. 'Cotton Manufacturers Institute. drugs.


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RESORTS
FOSTIR'S COTTAFI". sOo mie
pust Caie, Low mets Phen
SBalboa 1866,
PHILLIPS O mseMeId Coenlld,
Santa Clara. B 415, BIbee.
Pbone Paneme 3.-177. Cride.
bal 3.1673.
Grmlich's Santa Clara Ieach
Cottages. Modern cnvenniences.
moderate rates. Phone Gamboe
6-441.
Shrapnel's funded hose eon
beach tI Sai Clae.. Telesbsee
Thompsoen. Balb 1772.


Researchers Offer


New Brain Theory
LOS ANGELES -(UP)- Epilep-
tic seizures and other brain dis-
oorders may be related to a deli-
cate balance between charged hy-
drogen atoms in the blood and
those in brain fluid, It has been
suggested by University of Cali-
fornia research scientists here.
Studies performed under a U. S.
Public Health Service grant have
shown that a slight change in the
ratio of hydrogen ions in the blood
and those in brain fluid will change
the electrical potential between the
two fluids.
There is a barrier between the
blood vessels and the moat of fluid
that surrounds brain cells, and the
hydrogen ions apparently cannot
pass through the barrier on their
own. In the barrier, however, may
be tiny pumps which can force (he
ions through the barrier when
necessary.
The possibility was suggested by
Dr. Robert Tschirgi and his asso-
ciates at the university medical
center that when these pumps
break down the delicate balance
of the hydrogen atoms between the
blood and brain is upset. They sug-
gest that Jhis unbalance may cause
rain disorders.

T. T1, Texas Tale
GONZA 4,, Texo. (UP) -
Strangers sometimes raise an eye-
brow when they hear directions on
how to get from the town of Cuero
to the (QJzales County community
of Cheabside. They are told:
"You go out of Curo on the dam
road, then you cross Hell's Gate
aa go along the Devil's Backbone
u W. ou come to the Lord's pas-

.The explanation Is this:
Coming out at the dam. you'
cross a bridge known as Hell's
Gate. The Devil's Backbone is lo-
cal terminology for a series of
jaqgd barren hills beyond the
The Lord's pasture? It belongs to
the Lord family.


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTINTION 4. 1.1 Just, built
meran fumriheJd apotefMis, 1,
2 bedMemo, .bee cold w ate r,
'Phone Poenmw 3.4941.
FOR RENT;--Medern two-bod-
room part met, prch, livilg-
dining room, kitcohnq, mid's and
laundry .e Screened. het wa.
tr. Fow fiftesr pastslars tele-
phone 3-4944 or 3.6737.
FOR RINTI-2- bedroom apart-
ment. het water. Ricarde Arias
Street. Camwa Alegre. Inquire
37th ShMet Na, 4-23.


FOR EINT:- Ceoy 2-badrem
apartmaft, N. 15-3 th Street,
San FraPsselm.e la Caleta.


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
CLEARANCE SALIIE 40% of
on all our setrinel sir flat nd
hIlbwt.ar, waf koa branSe.
Talke -avainage f tblh offer and
shop early for Xmas. PORRAS
Plaea 5 do Mayo.
FOR SALE: overal toee of
crejp hli. Call Panama phone
PO SALE-~. ~~,cyde. 20,".
S d two Vsm,. 20. For ifar-.
'ow" ies fIpj~ Wl Mal s dis-
penury. ... .


Position Offered
way ,,,ibn ;
WANTED: a. tosbol-n
uArbeod tv. lmgohagb-s
Ate. Iea. t
An. No. (Aljlla Row)
WANTID micl.
Must he i o r nkoe
hourn. Aplrt wI ll *til
and pito, l""I nloIon.
FOR RENT
MiF.Tm
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F iU iW7 a- Siaw.. locale.
Igrouail J Sl A ii le Avea-
enue $N. 17-11,. .leure 37th
Swht No. 4,I. : __A


alrim ba Ciofw Xmas.
16-V. IhuM lassimo a PalE
Dance BeIk.ONLY $10.00. Reg-
lratimon will be oldM Jan. 7th
at 10:00 a.m. Bibe "Y." Call
.Balbea 2-4219 r Pwaema 3-
1660, HARNETT & DUNN.


ZENITH RADIOS
A VERY APPROPRIATE AND APPRECIATED
GIFT THAT WILL OUTWEAR MANY SEASON'S

CRAWFORD AGENCIES
(Home of Quality Merehandise)
"J" St. No. 13-A-30 Tivoli Ave.
Tel. 2-2386 2-2142 2-3265
OPEN TILL 9 P.M. UNTIL XMAS


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PRESENTATION

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Disney Pus Fight For Survival On Film


tHE VANISHING PRAIRIE-" which opens today at the Balboa Theater, Is another of Walt Disney's vivid true-life movie adventulres. Here-susbrnseful drama
occurs when a deer and her fawn (center) are stalked by a hungry cougar. Th devoted mother will decoy the Invader, away whfle'tfie young fawn hides motion-
less in the brush, safe from other intruders since it gives off no scent at this early age. This is lust another way in which nature protects her yongl... Outlaw
Ofless in the prairie, usthe sleek mountain lion left has a bounty on is head. Two hundred pou ns of sinew and muscle, he is a marvel of coordination and power,
seeking out his prey with the silent grace of a tawny ghost. Though fierce and deadly he kills only to survive. A dweller in underground citift/ the prairie
dog right) occasionally pops out for a look-see at the riet of the world. Often referred to as the clown of the plains, this original homesteadet,ls pot a dog
at all, but a bob-tailed rodent who barks like a dog.- -


By ERSKINE JOHNSON picture and when it finally bin months."
EA Staff Correspondent em out," Mr Smiles s smig, Liberace, no doubt, will have
NEA Stff Correspondent "it will explode." more to say on the subject when he
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- But in Muncie, Ind, one theater guests on Person To Person Jan. 6.
exclusively yours: Liberace's candies manager found business so pqor
may notbeurshting up thberace ban he pleadedwith moviegoers inan There'll be another Hollywbod
office for bs first iiovie, Sincert advertisement, -"We will refund feud when Hedy Lamarr hears
liy Yours"-it lookslike the year's your money if you come and tell Zsa Zsa Gabor's explanation of
biggest flop-but he's predicting us in all honesty that you haven't why Hedy nixed a role in "The
the film will yet "catch on." enjoyed "'Sincerely Yours" as Death of A Scoundrel."
"I.. haven't lost confidence in the much as any movie you've seen in
..n -i_:L L..LL-. /r--f -- Q-_J^_


"Dad. what really helped you most to become a good
salesman-this stuff, or golf?" "


.Expert says TONY CURTIS is fine swordsman, in

"THE PURPLE MASK"


PRE-RELEASE AT THE "LUX" THEATRE
TOMORROW!


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- M Tyw Curt b spent maayz- weeka of tutelage under
06 as"* ev 6.1l r-sb "t B aIMder ,0e11A WU
sw Wf. ater 1fe w arrtm role with n e Miler
PURPLE MA*L"
..__ rUZRLE MAS." fimed in TeCuor and Cl-
me-oMea4tars Gone. Barry, Dam O aE n ud An-
elsa ,nsq.
r rt Infomet us" alo effIcb Ofif m a asn Xmuuitc-telt-
Un Carob had d4velpwjed late or m h fliest


up with ex-UbUWy ueorge Sandersa
in the film: "Hedy WoulI be afraid
to work in the same picture with
me."I
Wowlsa!
The Movie Induitty won its three-
year 'battle 'against Uncli' Sim's
charges of conspiracy to withhold
films from TV and restrict the
distribution of 16-mm product. But
the victory is al eyebrow-lifter
now that one of the defendant
companies, RKO, just sold 600 of
its old movies to television for
$12,000,000.


Terry Moore signed up for an-
other year at Fox but Dale Robert-
son and the some studio called It a
day. it was a pre-Christmas gift
Dale's bhn waiting for. He's either
been on suspensionn at the studio,
or on loan*outs, for the lest two
years.

"The Man With The Golden
Arm," Hollywood's first mino v i e
about a dope addict, will be re-
leased, like "The Moon Is Blue,"
without a Production Code Seal of
Approval. Reports that the code
would be changed as regards the
subject of narcotics, probably will
shelve two other film s, being
planned, "H Is For Heroin" and
"Hatful of Rain."
The Witnet: Hollywood hears that
Jackie Gleason offered Marilyn
Monroe $5000 just to appear on his
show-$4000 to inhale and $1000 to
exhale. .
June Allyson and Jimmy Stewart
were the 6bi favorites, but the late
Jame. Dean end Jennifer Jones,
as youknow by now, won "Thel
Best Performace" award in the
first annual Audience Awards.

It takes more than sweater-filling
to land a movie contract these
days. Janet Lake, 19-year-ol4
daughter of a Phoenixville, Pa.
tire factory worker, was just signed
by MGM. She arrived in Holly-i
wood, says the studio, "Capable of
flying a plane, assembling a car,
doing social or secretarial work,
modeling and being 4n amateur
psychologist."
No one mentioned It, but ap-
parently the lady can act tee.
Hear I INew: Do you I-
member Alexander Knox, who
starred in Darryl Zanuck's "Wil-
son?" He's starring in a new
British movie, 'Reach Pay the
Sky." And remember# Ch ii
Williams, Hollywood's Polka dot
Girl? She's hostesses on a late,
late, late movie show on a Las
Vegas TV station .. Dick Haymes
is forgetting, Rita Hayworth oa
dates with another Rita-TV
actress -Rita Lynn ... Eddie
Cantor is okay following major
surgery .Judy Garland and
CBS-TV are talking about a three
year contract for two apectacu
a year.


When ob Hope's nime-yar-owd
son, Kelly, finished h first scene
making his acting debut in Bob's
',a Cert F eftam" be #IAkft
"That 0. ..
dad be thouOt he. houN GOv& a
Bigger salary..
.,"Wo told you tO say et?"
ased N ,peA, s p iou.. .
"9B2g Crosby," v yoflL
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Unsweet Song 10To A l
CHTCAGO -tUP)- James. C. HONOR, Mich. -J.,iUP) A
Petrillo, president of the AFL large rock memorial to Ralph R.
American, Federation of Musicians, Kimball, an "ardent fisherman."
says parents should not rear their bas bUen placed on the bank. of the
children to be professional must- Platte River near here by Drs
cians. Charles L. Patton and Christopher
"The .kids.wiU. starve," he said Parnall.
in an interview. T unusual memoral is located
"Twenty million Americans play near a spot where the three men
musical instruments," "and what went trout fishing together for
does the public 'like? Canned mkny years.
music!" T-fs


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Apreciative
FAIRBANK.. Alaska (UP) -
Some college graduates appreciate
the value of a ood 'education.
Charles Sa t, 'associate pro.
Sfesor of c@vl ea eering at the
University of Alaska, learned this
recently when he received .a letter
from a member of the/ S grad-;
uating class.
Enclosed in the letter was a $50
check. The gradiOte who wished
to remain anonymous, -asked Sar.
gent to purchase a piece of equip-
ment for the civil engpeering de-
partment as a token of apprecia-
tion for what he'd learned at the
university.
CHURCH-.QING CAT
I ROSICLARE, Ill. --(UP)- Some
'of the members of the First Bap-
tist Church here may have missed
a recent Sunday night service but
a cat didn't. The tabby walked onto
the platform.- looked the place over
and stayed through the sermon.


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Chwebs a& Me msees Mets b ils Cameo Sime, 41d s e"nomel
" .Aurch of Christ 3r* oj** *S* C4 11191. se P-. axeSi *l.s.W
of** 4et egl t w se w go d W omeso ef e named rsief and ** 'tias
a K Mi lton Kvanenat eeghbee tried nd dmi ltrage
Ll.OA o Balboa .oG As a p r ser Home, e The Passme Aners sm* elsw., by
IS er.ices Sunday 10.00 sa.i u:0 a.aa dese ioties. Sa hr~lt b aegis .lna bipu e a gd a o1 il it Ma.
toi' us. u .American g umin H"M. lJ e N em sitrede am om- ft e tiMe. Sselmlsm eating
,,, service ,un~my iu:0 a. 1 00a.m m MSy oe r we aselesosN Illd r 'Oth C QumeMk Aed
iUO ABAJU: Hous No o04 Lb h bt Services" A spes l m oiMag f t s dad *fe sm-m d Amy ag.
Suno0a 4 30 p.m Air For w MMe *ea" .Nv o Mm.
Mi'AberA. mANese eeoemetd hs..vpIag fe WA0 6 IIt
Unitariain the newsade k ulm by WedehW ft mse Ms e tW ae os
changes for eeC aming S J sheolt pegs.
|. A "JA N W. "
5 ..,'-1 Christian Suentst Episcopai
Bidg. 362 cUi~lrmI'LS Lu.laJiLth, l. l4tUa The 8 ev. laher 0olde, I.J .
,.con Bvd. & "ult Cburco as Chrast. teaotla AnM I : .
.,m e Place u0 A* sourarO. t. Vry avw. iTl Jue 'lemedam
thIIJa) I .WIu. 'Ae irn 9 SM' .0 04
SAncon sunua, Scitool ami ANIit.
il ,^ ,, it-uior iti 4.nurch il Chbrai, tca1lo rstJfaSit TRi CATHEAL61 Or ST. LUKI
130 SUtom a BoUrvnilabwy SUlDlAYS m
L Uit L U t*- SJ t. un:, b:fth ool ans1 : 0 a.U holy C9 .AUnio .L
a religion ionni.. k.30 aa ftnf Conunign (4th S;0
day).
.- *... *:....... b,,h Catholic i.
t C h lil.00: b On Mtomnig Prayer ad ni
-''-ya'Ses: a S, 0 IJI --Ba Holy Communlon." Ain, Sia


ta. sConlessa ion. Saturday 330 to. o : pm. v. -d m
O L U and 7:00 to 8.00 pm h ursday, be "7e.00 .-. m oly 'Communi'o.
ueirbt Friday 7 00 to 8.00 p.m. 3 30 am ol- Commun
.i -.i-' ra. ulous Pedal Novena: 7:00 pa DAILY I

,aoo ... am Mli School Study Clu 6:o0 p.Af r %ThirdtreSe ow Main
.. .. ',;".D ,* Ae .1 WneosA The Rev ili L Cooclma, Pell
S Lp.. L aam. ........U..u lil AC SK DIn--: :0 p g SUNDAY 6. .a
r.:. HgEART--An cour .......
.-............ .. 1 SuSncany Mshes A 1.30 & IS3 a.m Holy Communion.......... I-Mea1.
.Hsy Day mass., 5:55 am 's'JI Church oo."...........q" a..01
....... ...., ... orn..g P
,,n 1,,,n pAn.m C e n t y 0e dSermon ..............1:00'am
I. .. .t.' ... .. 1c to e pAns. Thursday Ib33 ore F.I0 f i stu.da ov Ceal.smamion
.a.-..5toN-0.............m.3 aa.m "dae 7.00 p m o Vesper Service and
irday7 j .om0mAlpm.
FroahVys W HOJ ,3LAYS
Caitech'sm Class 2:1 to : p.:m. no .or mHoly 'Com unjonr .........U SJO e,
ri-,rairu OCoir 1ltejasgai.......... 7:30 pa. I
SA Iouer of IPraypfor a aDop' I
OUR LADVO OF PATIMA-Crundu COL'lJI
Sunav o M.abs at 8-00 am. C- c d.of oNH Aaenw
sit I j Hol bay Mass at 8:30 p.m. e ev. William Sa.dw- pm
SiBuiluConfes.0 on 6 00 to 6-45 pin *Sat.- SUNDAYS
l r CalechlemT Clas Saturday :30 to0 106 F mi 1 Prvar e. d Church choP
__. i Nn Morinr Prayer and ar. on U
BT. JOEIPH-Paalno 11HC tfirmSundalW tto MOMtl). 14
.iunday Mas3 at 7:00 and 8.15 am at Eenn gProver 7M0p.Z
s ouHoly Day Mau at 6:00 pm Wrdv Proe 00 s i
.%r o tui, n *.t vrlo a, Confessionr: Saturday 330 to 4:30 and ,o hp S. l. 0 p
.traewu a, c nin- e 02BI 6.30 lo 7: 30. C oev. ClIauree W. y-
W Puit mH Bla oS 112 e Catechism Cam: Sunday 1:00 to 4:00 6.$ 'im tbvar' Pri eay. Morap Il epn
Wiidaza H. Beeby. aI Or
ulun l aca jo "am pm .'
Mrni Worship.Mraculou Medal Kov nra 7:0u p.m .ua'a Au dayAnn u
M it Wh .. a.sna au .3Lcm on gFriday UAME.A
B.lM ,, l es..n U .. I......, am I ConvertI Intructlona: rhuraday I: E St. s 'sQa C khdlk
P.IIeorI Meetingi o pm CSUNDAYS
days ............. n" ST. VINCENirs-raPInaai Ctty Moilii Prayer. It nd 3rd. bl
Sunday Mases: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m. Sunday .................... 10 A
W Mb .bl .. ud Tim- .... lls Holy Days Mases: 830 and 5.00 p.m. Hq@., MnduSun and as.
ty .. .dr.t..er.o w % LO il it falls on Saturday the MaMe are ta. d and 4t Sunday. .. 10 a
Meona dr.,ntront aa 6t0 and 8:30 a i m i Sundiaay Sdiol1 ,' ........ 1:00 p .
A Confe slos :o Saturday 3:00 to 5.M0 and YouLh ellwa0p ....... .00 opa
V,|n18 e AJrin 7li "/ H 7 00 to 8:00 pm Thursdayp before Firt MONlDAYS Pt .. ..00 VA
Ir M ba5i, rsreueoAt .Dl Virid-ay 7:30 p.m MO IlA u 0 .
ai abeB i l. iu e A MIraculous Medal Novena and St. Girlsftri dly Soe ... :le j60
wRg iuanrCt ear L'lonan of the Cros: Friday 7 00 p.m. DNUDAYS
n sMan. H Catechism ClamA: After 8130 ma n M Evenna a M Ia P1a 1
Sunda. SCU| .4 5 a toSundov THURSDAYS 701
Mnorl.iluns o1i .. .. &00 a.m Convert Clan 3 30 Dam. Tuesday and Holy LC,,mun.lon ........ I.0 am '1
Baon st orainingp ..... Thursday Woman's Auxilary. t d anad
Be tiSg Wors. ip o ...... i t Tu rd ........... 7ei ce
Brothernoodl T, p ST. THEES A'S-OCO I1A DCA
uI Sertvices.Weneday 700 pin. Sunday Mam. 8:30 am. Prtw Chuenk
Sro, ervocd.',esdaY .Holy Day as sa: 6:00 oam (It it "blb T.heR. J sp.BPriest ho CIarL
W.U isa ... 3rd Frida on Saturday-- 30 a.m.) SUNDAYS
.A & Sun.bm- tC.. so atechism Clam: 3:30 to 100 p.m. Choral Zuearlaew Semma 10
M rida R r. oosw Mnnday Morning Prdan ad Chunrch k
Confe'aiona 6:00 to 8.10 man. Sunday. 1000 a111.-1116.
Chilirhio ad B.fi. ad 3 g
ST JOmN BAPIST DR LA SuA amn. pas
aivitio At'V:-"" rST aorqu Left~ew Holy1W p U pa
a v hon Ar Sunday Mamea. 630qand 8,0 a.m. B 0emunB hino'sm
.(No .. lnatlonal vangeltille Week Days Man: 6:30 Mon.. Thum, MODi)AS T5 SATUDAYS
*MLLinLgh) Fri and Sat First Friday man: 100 a.m. Ho n ..Sd da. ami
.tlniv Dav MUasmm: 6:00 ima. to 6:00 vnng ay .. ....... TiOd p.a
lit PALIftIC SIDE pin excpt SaturdaVALComMartr r
Confesstona. 3:30 tola 40 and 1:00 tio ittSDAY" I3rd MONDAYS
,ANAzJA ll"l I 00 p m. on Saturday Worap'r Auxi lary ..... '0 j.
lenir Calain and Mrs. M McDonld Miraculou. Medal Novn. Friday tole 1. AiA *
Itb teOr;,r) Sireet. Phonee 28-.;04 pm Chureh d ef t it
'410 ,-u ,- "a MeeLIni. Catechlm._Clan.3-30 p.m on SundayI Corn. ot f pe V. Ave.,i Sl y 5lL, -
3-00 rbLnoav chooL. Convert Clasm: Monday 7:20 o.m. tv. A. Che.i P t u a
7 '3 api 'i.on Meelii SUNDA fS NM-
ST. c ruzAr--..esent6a 8".30 aY&. ChuA, lMcal Ni
LALiOh UCZSundaiy Mass: 7:00 am 03 '91ram Moa r.nn Prayer nd amm.
Ie'o1eiil P.ansy Campbell Holy Day Mas : 5:30 mp.( o -Sndays.Ho, Cosn.-r
larn, ho' 030.Phne:l. Contfeslo: Saturda2 to 7:30 p.m .. sd.
11:0, ',.i.nei Meettna. Thursday before iral rday 6:30 pbe. for.. .r S
3:00sI monday School. Catechsm CJs: :15 pan. an Sunday30 Cml i a r. u
T" iCI F0631MSacred Heart Novena: 7 00 p.m. m Y ED3. ibv. ai-" M
3F1 ,'vation M i9in .. l. F-r di y, A ioc. N
rO.athu0 Hstory Goup evrTexdamHo ly C am.d
PARAs C.Z Convert Clam.: *$ pm Thursday. s l -
,Gu, c. c aetl %,b a d,0 .
11-00 H ,ione. Meeting. h .ST JOSEPHS-aCil Tht It A. 0.MuO
3-00 h. r day School. iST JOSEPHa-golen Pr Md


Senior t .p and tn C. Moonawiny. 0; toa W .00 n. Church Sl
14th Sr''ILt Phone: 33-743. Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednea day iheid.inBu p ildl np3l3w
11:00 I., ,ness Meeting. 617"and 7.00 7: p :00 pim. Yout h Nidowah
3:00u,,day School Sacred Heart Novena TUiSD67Y5p. 7:00 ;gg s and
MarI w. DBingham and Thursdays. PANAaMAT
10 lh nes oMeeting Catechism Class. Sunday 1015 am. to S J..
310 Sunday School. 11:45 am. S 3 :00p.m. 0to 4 100 pm S't.oMd 1,telbrlywe
7 30 Sr.vatloen Meeting FPrst FrIday-Expo$1tion of Moa t m- ITh eRev..LeAue ell... hiean
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 6: h ts'. N .AY". Ae. Seie Can
'J.nWoa CITY C.Z, an. ySat.urday morning SUA.. so a gr
Sy J. Gill First Saturday D evotions our 0 d 100 a. m Snd gyca &
IL1" and Jamaica Street of Faoima-The Ho l Rsary-5.00 a. 1 -0:45a -am1M .. Prayer and uu
1-0 'ness Meeting. First Communion LNstructlons foro chil- d 12: B .H olt..
:00 day School. dren Mondays and Thursdays 6.00 to 7a.00 I..m nl .TiX
M S % s..ivfauon Meeting 1 00 pMm. TUCC aDAyI Cs no Tu
Unio^ n Crcl'.uso Sndarasse:l 7:00 8:0 and 10:30 am -in *a :,-- BnTt
Union Wa I d Churchesta -" Holy D Masses 6.00 .8 -0 0"m an. 4 "" 1-.." ___
ee UB Prso .n.te l ..te h ConfeslsonISa-turday 4- 0 to 5 00 and 3t:00 .ol y C.m s aC,. 1


LTU aya..Pt 7 00 on Monday. pna gIflm J f~ll f 4ii '
LB00 pan Jr Youth Fellowship S rda-. Ex-oatvto e y t' dau .m. r._ ig Itar iu4 m. eJs
",Phone 2-31 C the School Year. Th e ea. Mab ue 5P Kel
:MARGARITA First Saturday : Maat.00 p.am. 'The nKenyA f Df
The Rev, rai B. Cheinde.Pao, HO" RLY FAM.YC -- Gro....l..ryI. SMa ROSS
s.3, mbble aSmc- Holy Day Mass.: :00 ant. and 50 15 ,a gggS. '


': ..M r osunus Medal Novena: 700 pm. vis ,and 1iea.m .... a7i3
* I n'LMa Wo~ i~ on Tuesday u DSDAY8 .
w. Sacred Heart Novena 7 00 p m.. ao ve o ma ad Sm ime .... ..
:: HIyhTEIE1TI ION-CGtATt a Holy Cangmaa. ....... I. mA. S
fEMMACULATFCONaO N...GaA
rut ne ab coun, ihSunda v Mass 8 ,1 am S"eseq GAW N
'.. ^ 11 "HoI > Day Mas 500 pmn. TheT ..t..G LeS.. "
.. H C u yConfeaon: 6.30 to 7.00 p.m. on Sat. The p. i (
SMeie -5 r a d sTemen Catecham Clan 4:00 p.m. ma Monday 1 N i
If0O tZ Prsw a nea OUR LADT 0F GOOD COUSI, ol
nisj11lV CHURC R I -1b Mor.~r Pr PNM .
undayMasset: 700 and 8.30 am and S r .............
Holy Day Ma,: 69 inand5: 00Cch-0 U ad-
,, i.. e va im li. Confsalons Saturdi-y at 7:00 p.m and


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Medal Noene : 700 p m Tb RW7 P
a- e HerMtS NOVEna: ?.740. p on Mn01-- ?a.,.fmeu- :s
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tally, the NACA Is. t. Smma Staff
i' s g-let aviain rear It vnmttel whatever trouble
nOa*. bom lber oblersObnaJ airplane may
have. Mltatry, commercial and
OOK A "IoB,An= p-at8e .aviation all reap the ben-
5s. W ACA's research.
.r ........*..T7..' Ol Thef nerve senter of this widely
......................... scattere anization is located
FAVAL STAINo$. Rodma .. t4. CofM-
r.aUS ........... .. S Atltivelya SO F ofm 200 cordfn.
ly Mm ....... ........ .. re ae and acts as liaison
2. i with the armed forces and govern-
meat departments. In addition,
KOM"h k eep fq close contact with
a. .................. private reMsareb organization s and
)OK AA oIems M :1B the aircraft industry.
a, ................... .30
r (S ) An independent federal agency,
S.........................7: it was cteled In 1915 by Congress
ATLANTIC Dto study "the problems of flight,
petwat itbp view to thr practical solu-
DAVt Uo*.n" Coagrbss was aware of the
DAVISs 'raging war In urope and the role
va =t p:.............. uim n aviation was playing in it.
Y0 rFowe4. Thtumada.. 7:1 3 NACA cbneme a .long way
since s Wrld Wiar I, It now opqr,
.... ..... 9:s ate t 1nt labo Itnles and two
I ......... .... u: field station in Virginia, Ohio and
s owe p unday ..... *S.. Califoria. rependaig a govern-
AVAL TATION4 Oes Co s ment IfvitSmet of more than
ly cheel .................. I i30,oo,oo.
tmtnleMi .StrS t 'tui A wide range of operating proB-
Eit) lems from meteorology to fire
CaeM prevention fall under study. Or-
ua "ganized research by the NACA
y ............. s: brings together under one roof
eisen, Sunday........... 1 ome of the best minds in aeronau-
tics.
UMa ................ 7:00 The 17-tnember committee ap-
a................... .7:45 pointed by the president is com-
.e Sa... .............6 posed of scientists and engineers
tur :from the armaid forces, govern-
AVAL STATION. Coeo 8061 ment and industry. They serve
Mula ..................... 7:00 without compensation.
y Ma .................... :00 Unexcelted facilities are at the
sCLrro disposal of NACA. Most noteworth'
my m .............. 7:10 is the world's largest wind tunnel,
Jewi located near San Francisco. It is
capable of testing a full-size plane
GU.CK with over .a 70-foot wing span.
ay .................... However, Dr. Hugh L. Dryden,
director Of the NACA, sums up
that organization's most valued
SM th Day "he most Important tools In
AdiJ tLiA research are the brains of the
iS wetists, engineers, and support-
lS- .'awsr t u i cease lng personnel. The individual work-
em ai esa: er iu the essential element in
DAYMII .Cm N. -NACA accomplishments."

L e5T Ag Department Lists



The Agrtiulture Department
aha amounced an nceua *t
S o tore.fourth t-one per, nt, el-
DU & fectve Jan. 1, In interest rates
wAv pad to banks and other private
-h1 S 2,- lL lending agencies which make
.-" 35..- price support loans.
The department said the In-
Mevt s&.!a crea will not be pawed on to
Sict fIt le AM M.gners but will be absorbed by
I t. & Btwia Ave. the government. The Interest
rate charged farmers obtaining
l :L s supportt loans will remain
jeW I aat 3% per cent a year.
W. W wC Z Sa is 'a the second Increase In
r t r.. .' of Interest paid to private
N PAL. I p. UturdI. lending agency8 this year. The
& a9 liUng Sh vi l1r also one-fourth of one per
D.akm an teue,)., enter. became effective Dec. 1.
The new lncreue means most
KI SheitS h lS esd to private agencies now
City. ServjIe S p.mL be 2% per cent. except when
the agencies also. service the

_. The department said the In-
thSq D No S cree was ordered to bring the
?iebol 3.10pat rate in line with recently boost-
-..... ed: rates on short-term govern-
1UE LuV1m uN COC ment and commercial borrow-
SSd,. ma lgs. The Idea Is to keep banks
? ta a So In the business of lending mon-
sariee 10:15 am. ey for price support loans, there-
Advnt Servit. WednM r by making it unnecessary tfor
Service at Marrmta Bmdg the Treasury to shoulder all the
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1955
TBB PANAMA AMERICAN -
INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Texas, during the traditional
holidays at the Christmas time.
Miss Vasquez and Miss Domn-
guez are both first year student
at Our Lady o the Lake Col-
lege, a fdur-year liberal arts
college for women.
During her stay In Ban Ange-
lo. Miss Vasquez hopes to see a
snowfall, since this community
Is located In a region which
usually has a white Christmas.
Gorras X-Ry Department
Enjoy Christmas Luncheon
A Christmas luncheon was
given by the X-ray Department
of oorgas Hospital at the Trvoll
Guest House yesterday.
Attending the luncheon were
Colonel and Mrs. George Lull,
Major and Mrs. John Kohl Mr.
Paul Morgan, Mrs. Annie Rhe-
ney. Miss Jessie Rogers, Mrs.
Sarah Keegan, Mrs. Ben Suls-
man. Mrs. Robert Hannah. Mrs.
Virginia Nesaler, Mr. Stanley
Chad, and Miss Margaret
Speece.
te-
ams JOYCE GARDNER'S parents are announcing her
engagement today.
FOURTH ANNUAL CAROL SING SCHEDULED
TONIGHT AT GOVERNOR'S HOME ON HEIGHTS
It will be the fourth annual carol sing at the Gvoernor's
House tonight when Governor and Mrs. John S. Seybold enter-
tain from 8 to It o'cloek.
The festive Christmas gathering for members of the Canal
Zone eemmanlty first given by the Seybolds In 1952 has be-
come a highlight of the holiday season.
Festive Services
To Be Conducted
At Christ Church
Festive services will be conduct-
ed at Christ Church By-the-Sea.
Colon in celebration of the Feast
of the Nativity, beginning with a
Carol Service tonight at 10:30.
This will be followed by the tradi-
tional midnight Mass, with the Von
Mainert J. Peterson, Archdeacon
of Colon, as the celebrant.
Tomorrow morning there will al-
so be celebrations of the Euchar-
ist at 6 and 9 o'clock. The junior
f
Mr. and Mrs. Qarener New York for a month vacation
aVveal Botrofhal on the isthmus. This Is her i'rst
Of Daughter Joyeo Visit here.
iMr. and Mrs. Harry W. Gardn- .--------.
or of Balboa announce the enga- Liona Joan Sears
gement of their daughter, Joyce,; Returns To New York
to Mr. Walter H. Kuhrt. Jr., son; Miss Liona Joan Sears, who ..
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Kuhrt has been visiting her mother, | charist will be celebrated at 6 o-
of Margarita. ,____A Mrs. Liona Sears of El Cangrejo clock.
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LEADERS FOR THE COMING YEAR were Installed at a special luncheon meeting of the Fort
Davis Officers Wives Club, held recently Mrs. Walter Dalsimer took office as president, Mrs.
R. George Smith as vice president, Mrs. William Shaughnessy as secretary and Mrs. Melvln Gile
as treasurer. Mrs. Thomas McMlnn and Mrs. Charles Moody became members of the club's
executive board. Modest gifts, trimmed with Christmas ornaments, were exchanged among
members. The ornaments will be utilized at a forthcoming charity Christmas party. Left to
right are: Mrs. Thomas McMlnn and Mrs. Charles Moody, executive board members; Mrs. Wal-
ter Dalsimer, president; Mrs. R. George Smith, vice president; Mrs. Melvln Glle, treasurer, and
Mrs. William Shapghnessy, secretary.
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at all times!
v ruoy. "nc arrest sales volume in Panama, tlriltfa
3tates *uo other countries, mainly because it does net
create difficulties with your hair It does not itch or
otherwise bother vour .calp'
It nevtr fails to give the result* desired!
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BY
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MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE[ For Nora's "rudeness'
clumsy, expressions! too.
At the age of eight, Mr. P. was| Not long ago, for example, ask-
severely punished for "rudeness" ed" to hang up her school things,
to her Mama. 'she said, "Gosh, can't you ever
It began one Saturday morning leave me'alone?" Actually, being
"left alone" by her mother is ex-
actly what Nora doesn't want.
by her parents on her behavior.
Sooner or later, we all have to
do this. Like Mrs. P., we may
begin to suffer from our parents'
superficial definition of "r u d e-
jncss.'' The appealing reality be-
!hind Nora's impudence ca nnot
come alive and sppreciijed for
. us uatil we have re-eroerienced
Juslithe touching truth beKoi our
own. >
Faltering Philip:
<>hi;tp'f lift l* filled *rth bruise*.
iVfil-wom step* and rags he eses
"pairs wonld leave his home Ukr new-
A. Classifieds, mat the riant elue!
choir will sing for the latter serv-1 breakfast when something had
ice, and at 7:30 in the evening a|c,y gone wrong between Ma-
carol concert will be presented by ma and Papa. For quite sudden- The trouble is she cant say
the senior choir, which will be un- y. Mama lost all patientce with so. she cant say, "Oh, mother,
der the direction of Archdeacon|the whining objections of Mr*, how I want you to ask me if I
Peterson. P's Httle sister to her oatmeal, was happy in school today m-
i With her hand tigtening on the stead-of thinking about my1 coat
The Feasts of St. Stephen, St. hot coffee pot handle, Mama com-'the moment I come into the
John the Evangelist and of the Ho-
ly Innocents will be observed on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
respectively. Each morning the Eu-
A summer wedding is planned. :f0r several weeks, left Thursday
Miss Gardner was grada at- for New York
ed from Balboa High School with i --------
the class of 1953. She later attend- Mtas vasouei To Vis't
ed Washington University_. m W. i San angelo, Texas
mended sharply, "Stop
noise!''
But instead of stopping, Mrs.
P's little sister began to cry. And
,Mrs.. P., fearing she.knew sot
| what explosion of the violent feel
that house!"
She is as unable to express her
true wish accurately as her moth-
er was unable to voice hers long
ago.
It's no good trying to "tell
The annual New Year's Eve tag* gathering in Mama,'tried to Mrs P. that Nora's rudeness is
service will be held on Saturday attract the lightning to herself, i inaccsrate expression of her real
night, beginning at 11 o'clock.
ed Washington universe "" ,Kn m San Angelo, Texaa fa ... T-. f J
Louis, Mo., ojtwo years, JUen Gloda Elena Vasquez dailgh-. NftW LU J6S
<....i.rr,H tn nuke I niversily, in ... o..m__. _j* ,..'___. iivi % 'Nivj
transferredIto Dito sity n Ur Qf wbnQ ^ Ju',na
Durham, North &E2 ta tratafna. Vft9Kez Aveoue 3.A No. 3.1
she is a aentutse in training Pajtfiiai Rnama City, is to be i
toward a n"^j5 <3e.m crii- the house guest of Anna Domln-
Sf'jSTwrth th? class !?" daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
STUB fo? a senima jor- <* Domnguez of San Angelo,
ine in civil engineering at North'
Carolina State University.
Below Expectations,
Newsletter Reports
Parties **.
,&me*6o ening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry W. Gardner on Almond
Street in Balboa, during an 'at
22? honoring their da ugh-,
Joyce whose engagement to,
Walter H. Kuhrt, Jr., & announc-
ed today. __
Cristobal mWom Club
Sots Installation
Dato In January
FBI Agents Take
Accused Reporter
At Boy Scout Rally
DETROIT, Dec. 24
Ward's Reports said today
Out of an impulse to protect her
little sister, she brought inaccu-
rate,' "rude" words. She cried.
"Mam, you" ar' not a -tg o o d
woman." .,..
She was severely spenfced and
retired to bed for the rest of the
[day. And in the stresses of this
painful'and humiliating exped-
ience, she somehow lost contact
1 with the original virtue of the im-
,lrpv pulse that expressed itself
feeling. Wed just sound sentimen
tal and silly to her.
clumsily.
To know that it ii true, Mrs.
P. has to know how cianMjfJbe
expressed herself t Mamaand
been misconstrued in consr-
quence..She will have to return
to that memory of her own "rude-
ness," stripping it clean of the
misconstructions put on it so that
so! she knows it for what it really
wasan insufficient expression of
new| By recovering contact with It. a loving and protective impulse,
car sales sre running below epext / mi out tne problem of: To do this involves the courage
ations and ssles in December will
run 20,000 units behind December
s yesr ago.
The
NEW BERN, N.C.. Dec. 4
FBI agents arrested a "civic
minded" newspaper reporter as
he addressed a Boy Scout rally
here.
authoritative trade newslet-
ter said sales in December will
be -"at a substantial 550,000-u n i t
level" but will be below the 570,000
') turned out in the same month a
year ago.
It also said dealer inventories
now are crowding a heavy 35-day
supply compared with a 16-day sup-
ply of new cars oa hsnd at the
rudeness'' in her own child. to question the judgments made
tU WittM
MUST AMilTIOUS EXECUTIVES
MARRY TYPES AS WIVfS?
1? '^-J^hlVmblem Club No. ...The newsman, Anthony Caton of
7hXon of Steerwill be* New Bern Sun-Journal, was
_Js.installation oi ww identified by FBI agents as Wil-
H lta' m Mn Helen Morris ham Humbert TorneDo. wanted in enin* mJretail n.ew c,r
Pl!?M^U.ifpr 4om to make Bay City, Tex., on larceny charg-lf""* but f* cr
2L* Sv'aSons "P f "I -1 -"thoritils for temporary in nature can
The word is being noised about
that any young man who dreams
of some day being an executive
""wtldher or not the current soft M* better pfek himself the RIGHT
dinner reservstions.
Kenneth Newlands
Have Naw Grandson
sales for
makes is
cannot yet be
impersonating an officer. Caton 'is' determined," Ward's said,
an alias, the FBI said. I- 8-al<1' however, that the soften-,*
wife.
And the RIGHT wife for an
executive, they ssy, is the gsl who
hotter up the boss i
Age Of Progress
CINCINNATI, Ohio -(UP)-
Chefs with an artistic flair can
throw away their mallets nnd
chisels and forget the fine art of
carving ice centerpieces.
The City Products Corp., local
ice firm, has developed a molding!
process that can create a dozen!
varieties of ice statuary by (sal
freezing water inside metal molds.
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Easy to why It's tod-y's
most poodle- moke-ua
vory-ond-goldn
CAST'-
nd your choice
ice hade
Now, the only carving needed is
his wife/sh" a&o has] J 00ih..tejSff' wSe" ,ulvei
The FBTaldVwirrint was ls-mg doesn't apply to the high- "ffiT^thl"^^^*^'!!"! the molds meet.
N grtoiy fingtri
N* wl ipong*
N ipillr powdf
Alio in the blue-and cold
box, with velour pul
Volvoty powder ond foundation in-ono
with Vaporized Beauty Oils
Its the make-up miracle that goes on with its
puff. Creamy-smooth, clinging, paver drying.
Angel Face goes on with such incredible smooth-
ness, with such delicate color. That's what
gives Angel Face its "soft-as-velvet" loot
that no other make-up has been able to copy.
for fast lattkt *P otooioorPosd*! "OrV
"V
Have New Oraadso* N sued for Tornello jue 28 at Gal- Pnced held where sales contmeu j ^ ^t other women
Mr' Vli5?; rove New Jer- 'vasten, Tex., charging him with l l ?*"? Pk Jwl- "i wm be wering to a company
1nd.l!??.r %? bSSof .weartog te uniform of a Heute- W^rd s said mdust^^
aoy, announce ine "V" d .m nant colonel from the summer of
son. William Ross Newlana ut. mi to ^^ JuM
He has been employed by the
newspaper here for about four
"tK baSy's paternal grand
Barents lie Mr and Mrs. Ken-
S.th Newland of Margarita,
who fomerly lived in Diablo.
months. Associates described him
as "civic minded" and a "join-
er."
Tornello waived preliminary
hearing before U.S. Commissioner
William J..Thomas at Kinston and
of new cars for the year will fall thabilM.-~-~ .-
short of the -million mark by one opinions to herself until she nnds
day's production total of 32,0000 out ^hus M. J-g
In general, she lives and breathes
with one thought in mind. 'How
' PROtLIM esn I help my husband get ahead?
An article called "Executive's
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP) wiie by Martin Scott, in the
*-*lt.. T7._.aA_ Tl Dn< r--v J .sifts.
Mr and Mrs. Jon P- Smith Jr.
Entertain Sen and Wife William J-Thomas at Kinston and City Forester Bert Roubos be- September issue of Cosmopolitan
Lt and Mrs. Orlando Fl>e;wts jailed m lieu of $2,500 bond, heves nearly one-third of Grand m;Bazine noints out that "more
Bmith arrived this mornirgtA hearing was scheduled Dec. 2'Rapids' 200,000 trees should come
from Palm Beach, Florida >! his removal to Galveston. down. Roubos said many of the
aoend Christmas with his par-| The FBI said Texas suthoritles i trees are too old. others are too
eats. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Palmer
Smith Jr. of Balboa Heights.
Mass Brltt Marie Jensen
Home For Christmas
Mlas Brltt Marie Janson has
arrived from St. Louis, Missouri
to spend Christmas with her
Barents, Swedish Consul Oener-
ai and Mrs. Carl Axel Janson of
Campo Aleare. Miss janson us a
student o the University o St.
Louis. _____
President and Mrs. Arias
Will Be Guests of Honor
The Spanish Ambassador and
the Countess de Rabago have
issued Invitations for a recep-
Won in honor of His Excellency.
President of the Republic of
Panama and Mrs. Ricardo Arias.
The reception will be held at
the embassy residence in Bella
Vista, Thursday. Jan. 5 at i:00
P4n.
Mrs. Altman
Leaves on Vacation
Mrs. Frieda Altman of Bella
Vista was to leave at 2 p.m. to-
dav for Los Angeles, California
where she wllL spend a month
vacation visiting her daughter
ETki who is attending; City Col
le-ze there. She is also excectliik
to meet her prospective son-in-
law Morton Messex whose en-
gagement to Elki was recently
announced. He is a pro-law stu-
dent there.
went Tornello on charges of steal-.big and break up sidewalks and
ing checks from the office of the I damage utility wires and others
Bay City Tribune. are just "the wrong kind."
,mJ.
Guest For Altaians
Miss Florence Weir, niece ol
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Altman of Ft.!
Koobe U arriving today from
magazine points out tha
and more firms, considering a,
man for a job, first conduct a
subtle 'wife inspection.' He offers
15 rules to guide the wife whose:
husband is being considered for an
important job.
Lillian Cooper, a msmifacturuy!
executive who gives charm lee-,
tures to college girls (who pre,
' sumsbly want to some day be
| executive wives), offers this
success tip to men: "Merry a
social butterfly."
What is this newgsngled notion
that a man can't get to the top
unless he marries a girl who cuts
herself to the pattern of Execu-
tive's Wife going to do to the,'
self-reliant, individual. robust;
American male?
Is it going to turn him into a1
nincompoop who says "What will!
the boss' wife think of it?" instead
of "How much did it cost?" when;
his wife buys s new hat?
Is it going to make him into the
kind of husband who meekly says
"Yes. dear'' when his wife an-
nounces she is going to invite a
bore to dinner because he may be
a "good contact" instead of puttine
his manly foot down with, "I
wouldn't spend an evening with
that bore if he were the president
of the United States."
intcl-
'Mmk coate ara not for IrttJo girls
There's no doubt but that
American girl with average
ligence can learn the rules for
behaving like an executive's wife
if that is what her husband wants
her to do.
But what i sbeing married to a
type instead o fto a woman going
to do to the men? .
That's tjbe 1*4,000 question. j
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I NEWYORK, Dec.24 (UP)-A sports columnist
SI Ltmdon has given a Christm. present to Avery h a A Pder which h
&undage. But the American president of the Inter- lnttt at te Olympg stadium U itl I
national Olympic Committee won't like it. y Of e rield Smtkers and the -
is -Chesterfld Smokers and the -- '
Peter Wilon of the London But Chancellor Otto M dwelling Carta Vie ATING
| M3iv mirror describes Brundage the International Olympic Core- aeed weas postponed be- ER-TEA...
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S,.. a good Sprogress from the Califor- Hevry tl esW .n resumed Chaster lM.
-,p I ,,t oae r nt ina resort area. /t )ona ga .ue IIp t u w ll p, C rhe rt i .. i
f by- be.tng th the 1* (For USbdamenn- 2e neuP et tt Sm p es, he, Sr.u .. 4. 9 S
tion of nations. tamwu-eFight. _tusotart St.70.o mlnS ...... ;i
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Austrian offals seem more FR ANCIGELESCO PEm Bara contract n receded a few days PITCHING
S earned with the 1o Win-ter 6, Tjuana, o ard go. PITCHER-TEAM S .
duall competition only. 218pointd Rep Cartra ,10111 .
n tht Los es Rpulski says, "The termd.o v---gel 1 ..Ches r ..i. eld.
SadJec tove quls that ,ped Cleo Lane, 10.8, Columbs, -., e. oky, but I havealo Cul l.. .
-tarradiddle. .. ;n SPARTAN URG. tS.oC.- HOyIUOn.. T o' ,' L
od He_ .d. Brun- (P py)Gult. ,Sp tai ar t .a a 1 C dart- Ti '. s.
a..h .. Onitomed'SMateg|burg, outpointed Johnny O'Brien MINNEAPOLIS, Mnnm., eCec. .-ps, _Carta Vieja. .. 3 1








,Phonerang, I thought i would
Mistake a beating 11 tho 19505117 7.8 Boston, 15, (For U. ban-.24,.(UP, OutileloerRip Re- Ori.dUD Spur Cola. ... 9 4 6
mpic. tamweght title). Repu lsk i is spending the warinal e an Spur Cola. .. 1
is playing it cagey about the (so or mere tms at b60.
Austrian officials seem more| LO ANGELES Pimi Baras.lconfractn e ece~ied a few days PTCNG
ered with the 1960 Winter 6. Tijuanate outpointed J huntinagohng n M-T




.PANAMA PRO LEAGUm E otu u i uapChe. Stefuld.me 5 353 6
1b $40 I hO W n Tto 0t rmn, 10, ol mbus ,.O. 0 e 1 "s br her B yChEl 5$E,





T Zamas, hWOn Smth, 130, LPea Angeles, stop- Repulkisa teh clASIC lEAGUE emo4r Age
, ._ ny po, ne, 128, a .,/... .... ... ,V_ put obL....,SColumbus, ,see o 4 13 1
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S.re:* .. 1 i -*111 7 batting aveages toohen." Restaunte wu eel ... 25 l McGarvey IMa 14a



sy -- -- waslv worri a b ou.tbig R.obin s jicolbert *. 31 8172
P- A 0Ad --- Repul* ki In spending the wins a s. t 'din.
tes hunting and fishing In m m.
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE nesota to keep his legs in shape.
A ML U ""........He's also trying to decide what .--o-
Teem$.p-o Win it GB ioton his br.hsercBily ahoo a.
W_ .,,1,,,t Pt tio h.ryi-for on- his bh sBllti.. CLAa 'UAGUE Seymour Agese
SI, '. 1 89 Repulsi.i grisn "'d k rto make Hermann .149 .20
l 1, .4 a. infielder out of 5;yV TernTe aam Larrabee .201 lIS
.. d..N 0 ., *a4 .500 4% .-" expeatbd toigeot IgHotel1Panama,........ 35. 17Konrad .1.4 237
SCar V1a486 Q r:...0 1 1 .16P "- 0att avenge then." Retaurante Skychef ... 25' 22MeGarvey 185 148
.eymour Agency ..... .. 23 20 Colbert I..188 17

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:, "'. '(Pos ta/lft e'&W fiFt C A aM I d.u, 4 414 am 9* ;. l I to -tan


. ENJOY LIVING
Z.it Radiophonograhps, Consoles'
or Table Model Will Help You
Relax and Enjoy Life
MAKE THIS A PRACTICAL XMAS.
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ean aw Ve Walter Gawpp
M tr o e'oic L as the yb r's ra ......
o I..El eg, back. The.
award as e by the W Thng- e aco "battered"
ton Touahdown club. Cassady Glelchman 1 1 70 547 to a three point white
will receive the trophy at the Zeletes 190 1 559 .Dehlinger's Age
cAub's sAuaU dinner January '1. Welch 9 180 ~ Tr (O5 an4 Har
4 .. Hammer f -wk 5 168 5.6I <2 rolled highest
Csaaady already has received Balcer 203 184 10 577 whUe'Bob Tol led led
the felsman and Maxwell tro- -- --Ageny.
phies as the outstanding foot. Hotel El Pma e aYnkees rolled'
ball player of the year. Wilber 185 1T 158 500 ere to rlast.place and
Feger 184 100 584 with their second straw
Bowen 195 W4 190 527'out win. Earl Best was
l chirmer 187 M85.188 560 for the Yankees .ai
Today c C Ato .35 10 Coffey 203 201 234 628 Grigsby led the Sleepe
In Cilemascopel -- The Caribs kept the
WUi Olden, In 954. 05 950 2799 on the Termites with
"LOV' A MANy_ '. nont. win over 8eymou
SPLE. DO ED THING" Austin-Nash closed the gap Walker scored be
Also: "DEVIL'S HARBOR" between fourth and third place Caribe while Marge B
to two points by edgig Seymour high for Seymour Ag
Today IDAL .20 .10 Agency three to one. Xl Beat a liy Coffey.wIth al
Shelley Winters, In with 604 was high for Austin- the Termites, but could
PHONe CALL FROM A Nash while Konrad, a n w-com- twp points from Branil
8TRKAGER_ oer, scored highest for Setmour who had "Swede"
Jegan ters n Agency. h" man.
9WAITI[I THE SUN. ;uatn.NaT D
5 E NL EA stin -Nasi AN THEIR DARK I
S rNIo NELLIE .Stephens 176 155 147 478 each, Fi. (N
Thomas 172. 18 M 538 'who handed Natlv
SAlmeda 160 177 '10 -S) setback, in the
SJacober t15 154 166 5 erby, has a full
BeOat .. 1 10 21 03 604 Hoy barn at
Destiny, a prosper
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BtTTER T"AN AiTm O EUROPE...
Big relese tomorrow ., t,' "CENTRAL" Th
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1: ,S WMb.-anto Tro Ri ,. the top cgettownuol. in..T uS. g,
It.Z Iegt player o 1956. Cassady pre. toi1 S
.r .275 vlo vot T the Hel" n on t... -. O- -
.26h .a tue e wrn o d eo
S-.3g Alo Se fron L t P egtithe Cafrnia aml l (wherM Nasha -i,
4 .5 work .. tor a hat Kentucky y victor over citation'. record a
5 .!=0 hour and then n another 10 huo). 4o to Chicage lA the mmer. .
minutes .on of1ttg from inside "He it4 s4 a all up to Mr. Fits. ..No 3
the ftve-yMd Bne. Coach Bed when Is dyto is s ad I doubt If we'Ilgo to CanlfiedtftL
h P BSanders Vws U A with the tuk he will. Whe he dee, I Coml', reieala ga blh "hIse
.. Griffin wa m, who retired from West 8
7 a t a ffin wa a t a mares yeiwayr t u
* .200 timngff guirtb, k Earl n or- didn't weli th uti m tl%-_ ,"TWere'-be ,aoi book opeiin.
J .5 ramn or .cMfgtaate. LA o twae NaAuaa day. to Jun. I'm SUre. th uRo5.
6 .333 now gets a re.t.unrlU Monday mb wh reie om j. Qweend will ave one weryicp upr
3 morning; Then back to work that Combadat oth off cial e share of ocke td 'tlii
for the ,ose Bowl game with ly became oner N of the great Be. no doubt his book will be full for
Michigan State on January lair Stud bolt following, a sealed omoW tiei to come_ .U Unil he's
Sbid. auction last week in New a complete bust,. of core.
Sork. A .million dollars plu, it wa
I as the .- we didn't suggested, is a heap of asewy efor
S Uwant t ho e was oa the 5a.o. Did th Rhought of it
-_ purchase," he added, "Yendon't .sare him?
-,H want toe go anud talkag about No, ,lt doesn't mean anytig
A.-- i on really M y in worth ayte o w
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5i-400 hu wHiB-he president of the Ge ater Ne mencey, oan thi siNa-'
Y or f iai eg Association, a n d tis hasa defin fo itly lr.i P?.N t
hr 1. Devlne, New rk. bro. h__ e..' _. b ies
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r Bob Le n, Ztarn i sa d nG Oarn at the atat.
Ithe eote n r uceS IAth. aee h uy
d. And on view of the te t that they've 1lt .Su r
Sfirst Is the last five years, the success ta halt 7J Gidg's top ,
erabe. ow the tree. are declared ex- sTgIe I
ir the Indians, lacking teas an sd Jbw 0
d their standing a a # au & Ctjent onnt the mfllne master mover. It
the excellence of ptboNaa rs0gth. busMee ist which a guy is laul
sto nch up Witk tie Cleg /f front 'Pu qtmaUmow mp-aiMteN
U1it true of. LUnon ao 4 eW Bafo are 4,C. tle p t.
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15 year. of big league. O -.lTolng, a.
UMed. Certainly the prospects of hi
atgM ari extremely remote.


ALL GO AT ONCE
In the ead, of course, erosion atches up with nH pitching
armn What's happening to the Cleveland s te able.
tstal daS e In tn waiting too long to W or l-u, eape-
S when &ae tt ha developed as a* =t.
The Yankee had Just such a slittIo take from them
we Vie Rasoeht, Alie IWynolds and Edde Lopat were the matn-
S One by one they were eliminated. Ally c poy that permits
grotp aging of pitcher invites a aodden, dstr eoleuwv
Sellapse, a .erity Cleveland may have reoognised too late.
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poft to stay i coention Is pitching. Once this was the least
their problem. If the "Bit Three" go all at once, the Indians
My be lucky to i t second division.

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31st TEAR PANAMA, R. .P, SATURUA .Y DCEMBER 24, 1'55.



Grandchildren Whte H ose


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D-S ngraffl accidental family mad e la4t-mnute prepay- He told h ey We 1io woA Ma ol u the damage at two millionidolara
ae t in a police Presidento lisenhower's theeon in ele. .d-trip sberoufth sf .nrbylh e ..W asbini". nUiL-0 --B-
at. r hen flunked an on- eat grandchildren moved today In- r.., a- = o u -wthn -ter.H i h o G. r d .h t- te
W m retur ofeflu nkedt 'ahe Aise *h table a-rw k *nlnearo ufB Va.,

ot sobriety test follow- to the White House w ide rhis e b O ATLATA, De (UP) -Th e ome at Bobby Joes course, Mebs o te

WS oicial burdens tomorrow to play white House Press Secretay tothe Pres s grand- me rp Oe Ne groes that named or famous got sar C:a rivte Negro
North od. children-David,o 7,lead the nation in e.- -nber o--r. enhower probainwe the t o m ll .naola.rs .
d the movie and TV oar brat ng an, 3. ashonead Christ- Mu sctlosed, rda Augusta sometime t R be the courtede aol
to halt f% a tra a e Ma. he will "be il tots leave W where awasb "
mobile in front the children oas they other H de Te President's doctors ad g-i ai are the bby Jone Ilos here. TWho ook Isame four Neo s were
Sball and was round the big tree in the ed the southern trip to aid hi re the t aw h Dr. M. he Negro ph refused pto p at He said this .
leasedec. (UP) I their. Ehome at Ft. elvptr, gi, ifaage to getaway,"er Charle e ay a or it and the case went to the forward when the







_- _derful Christmas" doamded to inge work *Tmeo SupTeme Cort wfOch dentded l fs public oowrsess p t lR
T l ir were born oin. Theletter wsni b reply toal .. | Te annnega r To" Ua




ir "tvitation to visit Key WC E ooL| .'p Aak'onteld- ,xe-d SeMrs"-". o-- --h
An s /-sainburdens tomorrowto play White House Press .Secretary/ W.. O E.wha Pay entsve TO LegleDec (UP) -et e*mea t. f Bobby Joos csa M
: *m n Hr r children-David, 7.e Barbara Anne Mr. Eisenhower probably would child Wednesday;hHowever, ,foughtile oSupremeCu I Ita.tedin the heart of I t e e oi




She will personally distribute the CARE mistonr CongressretnedJ. Christmas n Walter Reed myol cour reserved for white tial area cpn of the tgh court rallg,
h rtou dtherenhid Debren aorah the heMariepe resident's doctors bad urg- Hospit alwhere ""hewasbr baw td ee T tf today -n.-the



SCr e Mary posed for liv nBecause tocks of ricultural ri WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP)- of veteran afrainer to be lty ofh safe four N



tures today in front of ths produce are In shortest supply i The Veteran Adrini.tratiql said mutiny, treason, sabotage, or ren-
trg.s tree. T24 wore red It Mr. Eisenhowernn. Dec at the end of Panama's d p to oi eating plenty of Christ. sin, said he, his two soanenemy d Jones two ya ago. They l r
S nal leeders and stockinstmas" (UP) Three nuns died in a eason which brnw. a noticeable ,TOKYO, D.r.2.--(iu n..le -and a few hour later at the United willtes orPts a shaR Federal Jud Boyd laan ign- -









..-r \ e ,^Catholic convent last nioht. An- Lo\e said, a plan to distrio. Korea today to U celebrate C t o sn g(Jamesiut a .eg- fits .nder lw a-ain 'ste b _, the c .rt's and V,
e Andrew familiar at the other nun wa nured but 41 ute food paes during the first family will begin theft r Sup Cveteran. te tIe Cs A Sti" Moyor Wme B. iach deided bow- wAhImfn
i ''; t wil 1b The -ire.-which burned out of has been ormlate nte. a- o l e com, a chgn a b thel aw t






-nolithetwins at oetr Diea There will be no special dis- VrA S.e d R faiatiibiueoae
;B t their heads on Oct. 1, 1954 Tnreer Nus aatributionon of CARE food pac l ton. C & w Newdk, 1. J., Sa to t oe oceh sa. bee had s
I were they Constnce. ert such twins wi t he Departmnt try a VA fle clek o heatean ores lt o thea. to






ter fe ore os bodies were burned beyond e- o oal welfare in Panama Thomas, wo IM ase of his eership t worig gre cls them to a, p-
i t t blend oston. Their baptismal namely s caity was the Cannouncl of Welfare Or- n Tva ft-wg Sorialt Worker The Post a teher a diete motof th ato of
S daughter Par we not available. aaton nthe CARE missiolon Pand s.pesl- the Far s Pa e lothis legs w t an "oeme O the t Attaw ac decision Arm angno t
".- t nU ATren, Deborah Marie

rn todanured nun, identified as ron of the Deprte are n shortest sulY i as mort n thout quetit it isad mtatrroring al tiaefrotof





Pi tre ,. ev wore after Mary PeIL i erre, was taken to meant of P nble Health. drv peman' vi" eeonf. nStr..' l et-".;" .-- missile atialions to .Wrope to
n"l leers ande stocking (UP) Three nuns died in a easonwhch rlnsanoticeabl- TOKO. Dec. .4l--(UP -. .a 'het& ae .ad a e a during a-saie .to tan.tenm F,






S b footr" ee". Thwr edeLOD Canlm..DCC.w24 -a of arnaiemae's. hisV mas en Vmateeahe SSTYO,?Dec ar s or o tme batthat tlosaenda
fire. thatedestroyed taoRomanmdiminution-in the diet. Mrs.at Unit.e t Federal Jun o anrsign-
enh o Catholic convent last night. An Lowrle 'said, a plan to distril orea today to celebrate say why'it sapeaed the compe- Mferica brevity m ied oroutu bene-oo a ThuraImpl ow-m to l
o ,sh the lager the other nun was collenured in ut 41 ute food pakaes dur e will condutear the ancient fsaton ar mets. eans. admsteredby a m. e pledge by the North Ala













woo frmgo ntheroopera Haven. during th Roman ri n l theuonsethut wThe a York Post said how- The Post sathat if the charv- tte nTr.tyCounedto e
hhhw r firemen aadd B lare main chapel of e l 19th fnt Re- ever that Kuther wa informed a are susta it will mean Wi a. the AtlantB forces ae
ahed e bufngnd th ree ameaely. mnths of March tre S.eb July the fifth consecutive Ion. ad been acsed of aiding "that Kuther could nol o r mot mode "
it ae fiIe mdoad1 says control for more than. four Addtlonal dlatalls will be a The An bl h o hed et es p .., r, p. ntherange corporal .ttoS






Surs ruinedourLadyO n n theerit e jeep truck and oot to rwd In. operation" the U. S. g -the stp his ." Bobby Ja ad. th puBe evr at to t a
... .t ry, Whica. hico.h, "-.In- wa.ve : "
--, to the mll chpel more thn me-t. "It ucerta it cof have agreed the an The uit, now d at
ll a wondrf l .dentified s 1 s ter P Do tt l on to selected families n hrsas ar t reporting the u n "hether he would have to give handle l "witot di- Ary's gu ceter






rra, rives in ew York the VA said it acted in accordance back the welchair, the eitout teh-Republic In conety- ta-eld -aid. The or at s, Tex. m d
S' asma; He and i sater Mary Constance. Tber Itrton wt the Department o the. Navy O S i a VA fil e ce ak n c hea two artial b bevd "a few do" N to overseas .he bet r
yeAieieorspse wodenwrbbrndbeodeo-heeoilnedaeinPaaaihmawhs wouldautifhieeteshpthrorThomatsNgAborcasWheoo'llpo
w--."iTheith the babes andoton- Their baptismal namescity; the Council of welfare rnvald i mre1. Ift left-wing Socithali.st wors The Pou tK cuher'asrdbteo meat of.the o stio.. .o
th o daughter. Patricia were not.available,. Ptiiatlon in Colon and spedlal.-ttae flr B Palslprt. He lost hs leg we it an "ope mem t4ocialst Atlanta would acept ',Me-decisi Ter nm--d
''la ,tf T'Rer Mary Pierre, was taken to mert of Public -.ealth. S pellmn, vicarofte il LA. h e wi missle hs.td A ut6 to mr oe to
h iufiv l fjy,,teet h, St. Raphael's Hospital in New ta ordinate, will celebrate tetheT It said the ter.termed the in a milar sus t, six
and- .IoffO baby foodYs,"-MrAn-La' ,- Conn., where she was C4RE'S regular supnlementa. Christmass eve -indght mass the case w be. hedne a Trotakyite par t "n ranl tlo ,alo artllr batalio
a ~~tA-H dition-. nist North Korea. the eItring, the.asency refudtoivemnmeet o-the U.ich. ten tody .... the
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