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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01462
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which he meted out to convicted atom spies JulieJJ
Ethel Rosenberg,. leaving them with only. a last"
"ppeoa to President Truman for clemency.
still feel that their crime was worse than murder,
Kaufman said es he turned down the husband-and-wife I
espionage team's appeal for judicial clemency. .,
The Rosenberg's attorneys are expected to appeal
directly to the White Hlouse to try to save.the pair fIrs1t
Sing Sing's electric chair. They have been scheduled .W.
die the week of Jam. 11. .
Xaufmaf handed dowv the the highest degree. They tufnW
dcuo. In thie -fedeft- court over nformsUon to Ruuk.c406
buUdialr where the IP.enberp coming the mot deadL.-
and. brton Bobell were convict known to e, expnx i
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a g ptom Iomb secrets to to death.*
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tlon reported tbat drivers appa- old
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ing the festve, hours of New York.and k
Year's Eve. the ohu
At Milwauke, one celebrant Mp.y D
met death &rotopr way after re- pl..DI
turning from a ay party. .n d
Barney Ko 55, 5 tumbled sa. olts
off hia front pohe and suffered W . K a
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At Fayette,,, five Michigana bIieCpl
residents we".n W Wd.hen two be hed__
automobiles alldea head-on. Uayv
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, WAORINGTON, Jan. 2 i'UP> League of B'nal B'rith, a leading
mPr v Truman's Special Im- Jewish organization, and sharply
Commission bitterly attacked by Sen. Pat McCarran
t he new McCarran (D-Nev.). co-author of the con-
rm w Igration Act today troversial law.
on the new Republic- B'nal B'rith called It a "long
congress to overhaul overdue challenge to return to
m beginning to end." the practices and principles of
i fn t19-page report to Mr. democra-cy which enabled Amer-
nwho repeatdely has de- ica to rise to greatness."
the act as "un-Amer- McCarran termed it a "prop-
t'he seven-member group agenda blast" which parrots
lav "embodies policies leftwing thinkingg and accused
t ciples that are unwise the commission of uqing "the big
njiurous" and "rests upon lie technique." He said it is "very
tltude of hostility toward tough" on CommunistS, criminals
Mtns.;' and subversives but "does not
-l fommisslon called for contain one iota of racial or re-
scrapping the "national origins liglous discrimination."
quota system," which has been I The President's commulmon
In.effect since 1924, in favor of said the latw violates traditional
a new system which would allow American principles, handicaps
215,162 quota immigrations to the nation'-. economic growth,
enter the country each year in- endangers U. S. foreign relations
stead of the 154,657 allowed by and weakens national security.
1fresent law. A more lenient attitude is
It also said that In addition needed, it said, toward aliens en-
LOOO refugees and other dis- tering the coutnry, aliens al-
P2etpersons should be given ready here and foreign-born
t.States over the next Rent law should be strengthened
yeats. in only one respect Nazis, Fas-
commission recommended cists and Spanish Falangists
iha administration of the im- should be barred from the coun-
[nigration laws be taken out of try as well as Communists.
the bhnds of the Justice and The new law, which went into
State departments and placed effect la-t week, has been a
r ,.a new quasi-ludicial agen- storm center since it was passed
te known as "the Commis- by Congress over Mr. Trman's
Oan Immigration and Na- veto. It figured heavUy i the
lon." presidential campaign and both
r rep or t promptly was parties promised, if elected, to
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Comment

By Victor Riesel
There sa 37-year-old Amerl-
ccn lady in Red politics, living
o v e r on the East Side of New
York City, whose happy New
Year depends on how quietly and
successfully she can speed the
Sov!etization of these United
States.
She works at this daily by pro-
moting the welfare of a Soviet-
controlled global labor network
which. In turn, sabotages our
world defenses, stirs foreign
workers into riots against arms
Anipments and tries to disaffect
workers on our bases reaching
from wintry Iceland to the warni
wind-swept islands of the Carib-
bean.
And she does this with unalnu
immunity. She is officially ae-
credited to the United Nations
though she speaks for noe oun-
try except, of course, that
transcontinental thinj called
the Soviet apparatus. She came
well recommended to the ap-
paratus. For she was, until Jan.
2, 1951, a special researcher for
Harry Bridges, himself for a
while (until It got too hot) the
head of the Soviet-line oVerld
Maritime Federation.


As these are the holly days, a
charitable whi, keeps me (rom
Drinting the lady's exact address
-.ince she is unattached.
The name is Elinor Kahn. She
lives on the city's famed 53nd
Street and has a Murray Hill tel-
enhone exchange. Far be It from
me to Indulge in the Indecencies,
of the Communists by prookti
a siege of anonymous midnight
telephone calls. Still. let It not be
naid that we are not exact in our
identification, as can be checked
with the United Nations.
The Irony Is that Miss Kahn
represents the Soviet's World
Federation of Trade Unions
tWFTU)-something from which
the CIO withdrew in disgust be-
'ause it was Communist domin-
ated.
As WFTU spokesman, she pass-
es herself off as the "representa-
tive of 80,000,000 members in 60
.nuntries" excluding the U.S.. In
wlich there is no official affil-
ate.
She has full consultative rights
ilonv with other social service
ind free labor orFanliatoins. Yet
Lhe WFTU even at this moment
s stirring up trouble for us across
the world.
In Iceland, for example, as this
a being written, there rages the
restet strike In the little demo.
racy's history. The harbor Is
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WASHINGTON, (NA). Severa .masp solld.Macoonplshment to w heri. Of49 air-
tios about the rogrs of the1 Nalrth ltIO ed., 0 per cent are b"t t uadepr construe-
Treaty OrgansaMton have been readd Oa the -
record, according to American offt-la returning Te fi "alee" of the moy-* ch tau4
from the Paris NATO council meeting. ' Inftotur was the ef ele Of o n
contriuted by the six Mtrope. tseaty
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aenta Convalr XF2Y1 4 makes a tst run at San Diegq'
. This In the.rst appUcatlon 41 the hydro-akit for Use on
Iif.type raft in this country, and Is believed to be the Mt
such application in the world.


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ACK JET FOR NAVY-The Navy's A3D attack bomber is
. shown above, in flight. Powered by two Jet engines, and carry-
iMg a crew of three, the ship Is designed to operate at between
'six and seven hundred miles per hour. Performance data are
classified information, but it is said that no known plane of
comparable size e carry a bomb load as high or as fast.
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and even mail? Elinor Naha
World Federation of Tra s
Urions. of course.
.It Just so happens that by
strange coincidence the Icelandic
government has been aiding our
military men in the reattivating
of some and the cons.trlon of
other vital air bases. a ves are
being used. O u r technicians
haven't arrived yet.
But they are scheduled to be-
gin JoInini the 20 or so U. L
specialists in Reykvi yk (the
capital of leeiand) eo Marhl
S. y en theO .u e line
there will be: "We, the Com.-
munists. helped you in your
strike. You know we're with
yo. Believe us when we amy
th Amerleans are coming to
involve you in a global war
nhen the Soviets want peaee,"
It's wonderful isn't it?
Now let's shift further duwn
Ihe Atlahntic coast to where Ion
and snow are wonders on a
34 =8a card-dowo to the Ca-
There the British Island of Ja-
tnilca lies between the Turkb Is-
ln. rocket base and .the Florida


CI have beenuhn ouuu r as a
M against further InfltratIon
The Communl ls want eon-
trol of that ialand's labor be-
cause the natives there will
soon be developing an industry
on which our aircraft produe-
lion is based the processing
of bauxite, source of aluminum.
That's rapldiv becoming the
blggest Industry In Jamaica
under the skilled engineers of
Alcoea Reynolds and Kalser.
St' the World Federatjon ot
Trade Unions concentrating all
Its efforts to prevent the demo.
critic unions from getting hold
,f the bauxite workers. And the
Communists' drive to directed by
a deported ex-New Yorker, Per-
diraned Smith.
In the words of my friend. Be.
atino Romauldi. the AIL' ratn
Lprtin American expert:
"Smith is still s i I aalea,
which happens to be his n-atv
country and fro ere he It-
reeting the WF TM U Sd al
thruuirhout the aribbean area.
He seems to h8ve y ttyof man-
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Famous Hardin-Simmons University Cowboy Band
Redd Harper... "Wide Rollin Plains"
Cindy Walker... "Beloved Enemy"
Cindy and Redd... "Each Step of the Way"
George Beverly Shea...."Just a Closer Walk"
Fort Worth 1000 Voice Crusade Choir
"The Railroad Song"
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It& ca & Southern list was ?;s follows: II
r unes erger Approved William A. Altiman; Harold W.
T t WASHINCGTON.,Jan. 2 iUP) Baler and daughter; Mr. and I-
Amerer at Delta Air Lines with Mrs. Art.ur J. Berry, Jr. and l ;
C icago & Southern Air Lines son; Mr. and Mrs. Morris baLZCr
w s approved today by the Ci- ana son; Mr. and Mrs. Aurlan l
v Aeronautics Board and of- bauer; Miss Oeraldme Berker;
fi ials of both firms took steps Dr. and Mrs. A. 1. Bernhak; Mr.
t submit the proposal to their and Mr;s. Lawrence S. Brown l
at ckholders for approval. and step-db ughter; Norman '
he CAB action was approved Cherner; Miss Judith A. Crobks;
bl President Truman, a step and Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. Claren- 1
m de necessary because of Chi- don. AI,
*c o & Sootherns foreign routes. ivirs. Alice A. D.'Argy; Miss
I two-thirds vote of the stock- Frances Duugherty; Mr. and ivir-.
h ders of both airlines is requir- Max A. Orusin; Max hisensat /
e4 before actual transfer of C&S anu 2 children; Rodney J. 44y;
ri hts and properties is made to Miss Baroara A. Ely; Mrs. Estner
Ita. Officials said the stock- Uolaberg; Mrs. Norma Oolaoert;
h ders' vote will probably not howara W. banners; Ml. ano
bestaken for about 90go days. virs. Francia A. Hargy; J.rancis
jrhe nevc combined company J. harringon; Miss Lee Hasen;
wal be called Delta-C&S Air Mr. and mirs. Ulenn Howatt; Mr. /
LiAes. The merger plan calls for and Mrs. Frank Huller. 1
issuance to C&S stockholders of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones; Ar- **
5,, per cent convertible deben- thur L. Kaplan; Mr. and Mrs.
tu es witi an estimated value of Leonard Kaplan; Al v in W. i
$20 to $21. Knoerr; Mr. and Mrs. I. H.,
$ach $35 in debentures may be Krekstein; Theodore W. A. '
converted -to one share of Delta Krzys; Mr. and Mrs. James I.
stick. Kunn; William L. Lewis; Mrs.
Phlcago & Southern's routes Anne Librizi ; Mr. al CaMrs. rl .I
cower 9,388 miles and serve 331 E. Ludovici; Mrs. Oenevieve M.. ,
ciales from Chicago and Detroit MacLarty; Mrs. Clara McCor- ..
t rough the Mississippi Valley mick; Mrs. Kathryn D. McDevitt; ,
ad nto Texas. I Thomas Maguire: Mrs. Mary R. '
Its Ioreign route runs from Oliver and daughter; Mr. and i2-1 ,
"HOuston, Tex., and New Orlqans Mrs. Remsen B. Ostrander; Mrs. .*
to, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Venezuela iE. S. Porter; Mr. and Mrs. Sam- o P. 0
aid the Dutch West Indies. uel Portman; and Mr. and Mrs. CIpe 192 ty NeA0im bn.
Delta operation cover 7,572 Jack C. P. Pruitt.Cim e wIt
rotte miles and serve 34 cities "Oh. I'm overdrawn again! They seem to have caught up
In the South and northward to Marc Quinnn M Jan M.hort ecept mon "
.e orted toda it showed Carol Sergeant; Louis H. Sean-
a 12 per cent gain in passenger del; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. es
business this year over the 1951 sa; Dr. and Mrs. Chr er
to ll, breaking all previous com- Smith and two children; Miss
pMy records. Air mail was up 9 Irene Smith; Fred Trotman-,
cent Lnd air freight in- Miss Margeurite A. WashburnUCOMPANY
creased 11,per cent. Officials said Judge Isidor Wasservogel; Mr.
the firm wil show a 1952 net and Mrs. Fred Wehrle; and Miss
prpfit of $4,147,079 after taxes, Barbara Wiggin. Great ite Fleet
mnore than double the 1951 profit. *al Bet*
Officils of the airlines expect General Counsel Bents'
tO! save rge amounts in oper- Will Return Monday
.tng expenses and other costs On ss 'Panalno!
thou the merger. The CAB Paul A. nB,, Geanral a oun- NEW ORLEANS SRICEl
estimated annua; savings in sel for the Canal organization, S C , -....
ground and indirect operating is one of the 79 passengers S.S. MYA" ................. ...............an.
,eeneant in$25, a year. scheduled to'arrive at Cristobal .S. E A .................... : ..a.
Company cfficiais said $1,200,000 Monday on the S. S. Panama, ac- S*.S *"GIRQU .F................................Jan. 11
would be saved in capital outlay cording to the advance paseng- S.S. OLTEC N.....................
for planes and other equipment. e ............................Jan. 15
Carltoft.,. ,tnam board chair- The complete advance paa-
man of C&S will be chairman of senger list follows* II Kerlerated Cilled and General Car
the board of the merged airline Mr. and Mrs. Arthu r G..' Cg-
and Delta President C. E Wll- gott; Mr. and Mrs. LymanJ .
m ll bepresident o Benthall; Mr. and Mrs Paul A. NEW YORK SERVICE Arrtoes
S n tow s maintenance Bentz; Miss Charlene Bierbaur; Cristobal
a erhul fcilitiesat Mem- John H. Childress; Mr. and Mrs. "C................Jan.
AIndelta spokes k n said W. 0. Crocker and two children; B.. PERLAND
b hp. ill eentuallv be Mr. ,and Mrs. Olen A. Dietz; Mr-. L ............ .. in.
.... wl e.... ..i and Mrs. Herbert 8. Driscoll; and 8.. CAPE ANN ................................ Jan. 11
If *. *Mr. Edn^f. W i ErEnge e."
e Meur Koarn; Mr. and Mrs. JGerald
At^rd'Ancon' Geddes; Mrs. Mildred 'Genix;
tM,'oeral college students fromcMr. and Mrs. William B. Gray; P maengt.-Ul .e to
P-m an te Ca na-Zone'who' I. Hertel; A. George HW ; NwOlle; N 0or l aM Tes. l eondaul
h spentthe Christmas holl- Clarence D. Howell; and Dr. and
d on the Isthmus returned to Mrs. Aaron Jacobs. S.S. "CHU IQUI" .................................a.n. 13
ti States today on the Panama Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Katz; Ik i a
Swor Ancon a n s Isaac Kellner; Mr. andMr. and Mrs. Chero Lmos to AoI g. les radeei an d c.1c
total of 86passengers were Everett R. Kimmel; Miss Ednati
b meked, Fhe advance passenger Kirkwood; Mr. ,and Mrs. John SPECIAL NOTICE
i Kozar; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. La- 1


vera, good tires, easy John H. Mc Efamara; Mrs. Lois Puu mnt tfrom 1Los le, Uckets L ted to four
yments. For sale at A. Mansberg; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh m*ontnhs. effective September ISlb to MaII lStL
1 R. Maraghy; Daniel A. Marsi-
iM.OOT Y HUNNICUTT, S.A. cioe; Miss Berta E. Mendez; TLPON
'. 16th St. Central Ave. Ralph Minnick; Miss Alice M.EPHONS:
, Colon. TeL 800. *Paxson; Mr. and Mrs. Donald CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-.=d COLON "
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the ,dt Ooks for a However, 19. n er pe ward to an excellent sales and
A_1. h sor 1952 14 pon for w fore production year in 1963 in a
nce r 1953e144 pounds w ilch would be s his competition market.
I midpoint than the 194 3 f 1 ure of d worsening of the inter-
14fbillion iunre oer fapita Oy w e ot e
rem $blnod ar ts binational situation which would
0 am for the five populatnionIsrla r. But Itewould bring badk fighter metal con-
SI Construction ext b several pon more than trole and production curbs can
re pected to be 192 averap of 142 pounds ed, mar this otherwise rosy picture,
n 1953 from the about equal to the level of 1948 the makers of the nation a auto-
Skf about $1.5 bil- ot5afrmmobiles believe.
tr expects an Thisoutlookfor m 195Optmlstcally, they are bank-
le derived chiefly from the In. ing on the cold war staying cold
crease exeted in slaughter oeA t- a d the Korean war staying in
SUs and calves. livestok Sources Korea. That would mean the U.S.
in I1S9 ee. said. defe-se buDId-up will continue I
SOnibllon and Larger output of beef and veal at its scheduled pace, and a
in dlatet that will account for nearly all the gradual freeing of more and
I33 billion. Coni gain expected in total meat pro- more materials for the civilian
shotaw l tehow s title -uction. economy y.
I1 t to the ex- Production of pork probably
will fall short of the 1952 output, If this .urs, and the odds
I L- Production set and production of lamb and nut- in the Motor City are that it
ew Output is expected ton seems Ukely to .change rela- will there will be a wide open
r In in 1953. but at a lively little. competitive fight for the ans-
bee than in the postwar Cattle numbers on farms in- timers' dollars from factory to
creased from 77 million in Jan- FIT FOR A KING- eamin. royally over h culinary triumph., balerooms asren the nation.
LECTRICITY The. dushw uary. 1949, to 88 million at the swede's Crown Ptince Gustav Adolph exh bits a gingerbread Auto men find no soft spots in
ranced to new rer show- beginning of 1952. and the num- man which he fashioned with only a little assistance frn m his the market for cars. Surveys
gains over the precei ag year ber in January, 1953, is expected sister, Princess Christina. The royal baker spread more flour over show that mae people than since
S er cent in electricity to approximate 93 million himself and the king's kithens, in Stockholm, than he manas, the end o e World War II want to
per cent in -general As the prospect for cattle to introduce into the I4ead dough, but rookie connoisseurs buy autos. The industry will build
D"a er entd8 ia kilo. laugh iterito beup moderately I claim the a1ection was a princely treo as many as they will buy If al-
as 93and 8%v Aen t 1 w3 price declines, too probably lowed to by the government.
Plans for lg call will be moderate and cattle pric-
on pMi12 mlion kl- e next year will average only Already there are s s of
leratie _______,dlte 0 to :ighly l tthanin r 1952. 9ol P ur n i d b jockeying for competitive p"-
-00alef alumipas '' ... -tion I n 19&3 models. Manufac-
St ae ulum o a turers are looking over their
11l 1952. In some t Aes. Whlte Losing Out" pur orst a t where extheyi
ale of distilled 1 spirits has o LosWASIN ON. Il n. 2 (UP) since the outbreak of the Korean Pi lists, cutting where the
to a 10-yeardt l low. Liquor h OSTON, (UP) New Eng- ld experts here expect in-war in 150. can to make their models the
rts say this slump was canus- lance's traditional white houses creased pressure on the United The Republicans built them- most attractive to buyers.
buocay the $1la050 all are threatened by a rising tide of States to raise the price of gold selves a gold problem in their But there is little feeling for
b tax 1lon stiledsprts.Tey- cJlOred pailt. The North AdI115 1953. campaign platform, though the across-the-board price reduc-
int o t consumers arei Trascript reports that ''it .." The US. price has been $35 an problem-the gold standard-s tions. Lab or and production
lning n k.epo hine hover- rea of western Mahnde ,u ce since Jan. 31. 1934. and all not actually expected to give osts continueto mount. Buyers
ba thigh xta. gy and yellow are b--omin bids for on increase have been much trouble. which t more to make.
becauseof i high tax. the most popular new shade, rejected flatly, particularly in which cost more to make.
"I).BO 'a enues in .lawhere in New England. re recent years. The platform eludes mention The policy for Wappears3to
blues. greens and even gland. re recent years. I a return to the gold standard, be hold the line" on prices.
ne0e ivwpenv b blu-es, greens and even a Plans of the income as Ropub-, rtno eosad ,b
Sorted. Repub-tinder which currency would be Those decreases that do occur
1eeL1zqe tt o ean admanlstrat -are un- convertible into gold. will be made on specific models
excel J ol fknoan, of Mre but observers for strategic sales reasons.
7recur all fgt ion, compared with LT In11- expect Pre0121-8lct Dwight D. As in the case of aslaing the For example Chrysler chopped
hr years hi h in .1952 and 7.4 indlbln in ELenhower.and his Secretary of price of gobld Iman ptesaure is prices on some of Its cars. stood
ends wedwe te bat since IG30. Of the sets to be sold in the Treasury to hold the line. anticipated. But probably no pat on others and raised prices
RETAIL TRA DE,- Neq ree- it was estimated that 1 per Tile major push for a hher action. on a few lines Other makers are
rdb in dpflar 14loto woeg set It would be replacement salps. price probably will cOme from Bupporters of a return to the expected to follow this same
1952, Mainly trob ay- the radio industry, sales were the British Commonwealth, standard say it would put "safe- Vattern.
in t- uti In eted to reach 6 million In whose finance ministers are; re- tv brakes" on government fin- Generally speaking, the 1953
43 the-llf I against 6.8 million in 1952 ported preparing an unprece- ancial operations particularly cat' will be larger, more luxur-
tb aWll apd 8.1 million in 1950. dented formal plea for an in- "pending-.because people would iou~s and more powerful. Styling
Sl'. crease, to bola ter the dollar turn in their dollars for gold bars trends are to more box-like sail-
Ye Steel l s ,- strength of, the non-dollar world. If they' lost confidence ip the hmPttes with high rear fender
,000os short of 1951 output MGAIN: Buik 4- dollar. lite'. Almost all cars will have
use of the strifs. Output I ARGAIN: 19 B k 4- Meanwhile, it Is speculated Opponents say it does not sta- one-piece standard windshields.
ttrdu 1.000.000tons,0 rSedan. perleet condt- gold producers will increase bilize the currency. and poses a Use of glass is more extensive
Sited ih 05,199.0 inn10. I n, easy paymtnets. their "offlelal" sales-at $35 an ornatant -threat to the nation's throughout.
aduty in 19 looks to hi SMT V HUNNICUTT A. one- order to best the banking mechanism which would
itOi e ; CoI6n, 18th St. C~eual Ave. saggfir free market prices. have to handle the conversion. There is a horsepower race on
rlyc e. 01 v The price of gold on the open Tnis group opposes the gold arneng General Motors. Chrysler
Unit sales" market fell below $37 an ounce standard as a "mechanical con- fnd Ford in their expensive car
to reach late in 1952, for the first time trol." lines.
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama

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Lewis Servie Salon de Belieza Americano Cariton Drug Store Fa
No 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and No. 55 West 12th Street 10.059 Mel6nder Ave.-Phone 255 Colon hWA HINGON: Jn I Antil 'U -ter t
,,.o,, ,,,,, "su committee yesterday r le&$- "
orrison's Agencia Internacional de S Publicacionesre onriem t t. t names of 3e ed Am .erica
I-A1" H 'Sreet one ul- n St. Miiu If ....neson o wthe State bapartment e ro E -
ourt of July Av.-Phone 2-0441 No 3 lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phone-214 and 298c. each additional word, d be firerom the Upe Sen e
NOionas eeEtai at because of
"Comtmunit identfation.fl 4- o
*ewer actleduied to --ftpubblean logo* WM w to. on i.
C__-on-the U.. payoh Dec. 1 uatc WASHINGTON, Jan. 2 'UP) Rouge to.
S FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS COMMERCIAL & tw ofthe ~e eduld to an J w
___________________ lose their Jobs. Wednesday. ba1 e p
Sas$ PROFESA____. cAlosed that Ntat lo tnsnt fiaht n i
Hm.e,,od Auto,,,,ile, e. ei.k. oe. u I.ro _bl.ramlGch Santa Clar... b. PROFES$1ONAL coTe sb n mta e Mar, A,,M wt, a_
o -.... .- Write Alkselie Anm-,ymos. B cottages. Electric b.ox.. oe .sI security chie Car le Huml: plode In the senate when Co ptt wO
Fo SALE: One mahogany double FOR SALE:-Letter of Credit, $1,. 20St Ancm. C. stoves, moderate rates. Telephien i.' I te "aume" Alger Hl ad lnw 83rd Congreas con t hen bs
Fsed. 2 night stands. 1 A, Di. 80000 on new Oldsmobile. Wi 6-441 Gombo. 4-567 Pedro Mi- t costs o more to ro inte oaUes"Alger Bscretay of and new 83rd Congress coven fU t
b. n sacrifice. Write Box 5035 Cristo- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Qguel. d 1t former Secretary of Statl t d de tomorrbttle over "walkath
4ob.- .. ..Z.d beantid concrete --James .,ym-en helped dcide The battle over "talkath
S SALE:-2-Hollywood bed, CZ Estudiate Street 140. Between n hips. Oceanside cottages. Sentohat the tate artment by the senators bu o bill to he oo
dLEth Sm n Holwd mattress, FOR SALE:-Imported tires all sizes "J" and "K" street. Phone 2-3479 Clara. Box 435. Balboa. PhFne bu sg would not Slan on thebyy of ve r t-shadow o r House son ai t r T
brond new i75.00each n Telephone removed from wrecked autos we Panama. e. Pan m .- 1877. Cristobal 3-1673. with the a. N.'.e Amerlean employee. caucuses Soda at which both
Balboa 1296 new specialize in hard to get sizes. REN. .. Secretary of Stiate Dean Ach e- Democrate lis a are and S lRepq a iMSnS
- bo1 .-26 C- 115th St. in front of Villanueva REPAIR & REFINISH bamboo Furni- sAE T N W E -on testified Wednesday that ie t da pick their party le ade or 0ers L I
i FOR SALE: G E. Wmiger type Telera. So Ft. Norts Panama ture all wrapping changed also assumed that His, former te new session. one o thr .w
machneod Freight House, Tel. 2-1444. new. In front of Blbo Garden Decorative and durable tat Department emplo now posts being seriously h
L.*Auts omobile Row e d Fie Apt. Hou i epl St a n ,Apt 3 ~Ap ti enta Waterproof coatin-. in prison for lying about b i tested in either -
FOR SALE:-" 1argoin" 1952 Dodgpr immy Shop. Ask for descriptive folder communist es, and Byrne d Aste-d i elbster sna l o
FOR SALE.--Upholstered maohogany Sierra 4 door .1l metal Station ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS and color chart too pofrt ldi the, 46 tDBr level shduled a meeting -tomu lgo 9v
leather furniture 14 pieces' 1 Wagon 13,000 miles, con be seen FOR LE rwo and five, room furnished and decision., their ~lazos and ive man m-tv l:a.i





--nMahogany ntwin Sbeds, ct ho a d son., t he ir cato nio aatg h e 7 1b S.
tressestand dresse co.ton mat ba house 758-C Barnaby St. Bal- FSurfurnished apartments; private en- GEO. F. NOVEY kINC. A House subcommittee also bers wlahint to join the r'-
tresses and dresser, $50. 0.o between 4 to 5 p. m. y r d oily bib e dn 80, .0 ,,, iev 1Cel A A in estig at. ilm /ntrau m n cheante l b the. -e
ny center table $20. Mahogany until Friday. leaving country. See New Ccela e ristobl Telephone Colon Cntrl v N vest 1 ao unlca in a chance tobeL O. e rt e U .
China cost $20. Mohg.ny va Bob Covington. O3 6.eTr el e s y. . t e , r a s p, mig,. t, ,t e U._N.110.,___t m old 0i s sn l t g out is led by t .' erb.e.t ;"
nity mirror and bench $20. Metal ---. A-I --'ie- - FOR SAL-P ,ono udo-mde, x- . h U ... o var uno r L eh Io Y St is l umnd ftere *.. Ut at







bed OAn mat DItress 58. nnefrne Twor id ln C L CO Ar Yr ketatce Twd me
ch rs an Rocker $3. H ous e 7I 4- Cruiser, 4 Dr. Sedan, overdrive, cOe Sodii. t Stscot hiS ar to ln ene s-mdn. I,, "oree will put t e t oald ..
chairs, $hne rio whitesidwas low mileouse No. 38, Bello Vista. Down-. C B unfurn, sheae r 13 St. Call 2- MODERN FURNITURE 0 his n owiel o c T -hes w ony w ite P t I t n O
C Prado, Balboa, te epone 2- srdrsi o w 2 i d ,y ole Dle t m a Bo-,rl v "-__ _ln tojl__ _- to__ _A,
1 -0 o D in G. Qtrs. con Ap brook' or phone 166-' s"aairs'.- 14 A. BNOW Ow VU.2N.5 em*l. 'd soon will met block adopto o f thte TSa te T ; ~" ,


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CiW0andT New MaN-FOR SALEo 1947StudebakerTChio,- OFFERS MI ELLANIES xEMS- ae 2t o wr lt eharimabader convens at icsn to rwe
ChaitshdC r o $on. e- i fRo h olette $.tant Secre- morrow. This mnl i er. nq sr isbys a I
$98.00. New and Used Rattn cellen new r o, plastic sat- Sealed bids for opening in publicFOR RENT:-Furnished room Switho I Lte IIT whicht4 Ssubcommietteo. cept sme l mt aT o o n- a O s" .t
Furniture Brand New Hollwood cov e er. $800.00. House 0435, An- will be received until 10:30 A1. MA meas 45th Street No 34 Pho l bla ep tobe l-il





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0.AN erw Ma t tA e o , aSevent S od edw -re lo t mt th e Today, Frida Jrda ni
Burner GasSt o s -2 5.00 and F-. FOR SALE:" 1951 Ford 4 Door ing; acingL oulkng and Gs ketsCo 600. ..EN LI H ON.T" R slated to S a na d lu ia l
S00 New Mahog y Bookcasesi Custom. Excellent condition, $I,-alocatedat the Balboa Storehouse E. Ex- IN.
$30.00. Sofa Beds, $130.00 Re-i 440.00. Tel. 83-6185. ,ess Soale Circular No. 3 ] may be, / e f mtleade,.c.nsthisim e dern t is ert .tC.-IS,















e n 00 following Squabble .td S. ploye isitraub head cEfident
p He .i W onted ,9o0 .ei oai. s, obtained from the office oi Super- en II
upholtsered Chanr ta $3 P on 0hnit N, to r o . c prevent organllatio of.t.
soi lSp rics, ,25.o0,t Aesorls isult n ffe rtendert of eStorehousesinBalboa,3te- Rl a d io P rrrn0/.snofda b-a
CNew aho ganyt or o rdrc es, dChinao .feredphone2-27e7.. W p kndo movigHike t r al 10chamber.he ilu to i








Vi -Premie___Prawote M- Wo0r BCmmk.*ae Bondatnd ertrove t. os50 wa e roeon. c om
Closets for only small down pay- Experienced salesgirl for large estab- Your Community Stationy Sftathinm ,poelae ,ny, ire asI ht e .
ment. hlishment. Must have sgod ap-FOR SALE:-Line new, Telephoto & II 5 an P hn e., 2t-i2l, Ii nLna b tc_ ate- lep
Household Exchange, Ae N terve.w wrote P. M Box t134, Camer also filters $25.00. ;._.,!a d . r_ U -t. rn le o, o e. .ii_
rianal (Automobe Row i No. 4 le Panama. Phone 2-1433 or 2-3,703. h 0 menL.,es o d Waple. D"a mined ynoo D lc l l i






















109Road Ba:lbooopp to 7 Mary chefl of stffce Oan Bem- ;8 1:00-tReu wl's Nest 0. E, oemtotutionn reIrosentafg t ne
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ns PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Ltc t:00-Alarm Cloc lN ated, 3 au i
r-.T... .,--RINElF Toa.T RE5 9IN AN f UI I A J 7:3to0- ic be fired Dec. I .ben'. l e
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th. i of Superintendent of tSore- 4:0 -Music W thi Wor.. .. a d Sae e itt lea ,tL
WANTED:-Foroofficeslongcoroom'Aouses, Balboa, telephone 2-2777. 4: a W hloin0 Time. nocto ma.
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(flOH wa saaristbprLoderv5a2teB. Martin r .aI
.II ndl oIfof officeri from the for- I '', " :30-Adventures f ., ,. I to due to b-r ,
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federalso graned ury toeiaitmember-' the b-- Ryf40toMa
ntoday ontchargeof D itui edstooaveafrtacrisi, eno. erioe P.iMthe'ItePmanor.4 i House I
deJn on Its fnid94 al 0 _rDs baieyonlnikeeney Rof!
h/li t a ndes down bytinE.of the Spynm nt i rr eC nd a rde nfacesrq ruiresi a_ f ir
hRaic has been ieS-RepHanealn fromnPa'ges TTOD A ,te DAIrge taf of srvts.
Tomrend $80Wat0ur0a0,000 in adistr....Al...tsmileslathe smil.e oif.cbnas, rhewree

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cilio W 'arne rniclans and the guiding spirit of Igo!e M
the conspiral,ors.I 70-Pris St
t ts License And at ail times Ethel Rosen- 1'
be1 g. older In years and wise In ,,.il
ConmniunLst doctrine, alded. a- 8 Ma: t--0or" Ao Frarel o q
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fCeulio Warner, a former em- Kaufman had said he would 8 l:3 -Amer le.an p@k i
of the British lenallon make nis clemency decision (VOA)
ere. has been licensed R an .ltnout r boardd to the barrage of 8:45-United Pre Omrg toVi
lish-Spantish translator and pTopaganda aimed at him by 9:0"- 00 aip
blic interpreter. left-ing urgarailtionrs which ...... Ct .. -
Warner received his lieenase 1- hate demanded mat tne death BIG MOUSETERY-Kiattys all 10-00-Danc -
ssit'tinig to an examination sentence .e cunmuted. confused. From all he heard 10:30+iS pht
ided over by Dr. RafaPl E I- When the day comes that we from his mother, mice run away ( ,
te. rector of the National inult suctumr to pressure. we from cats, but mamma never 11:00 he I ,,it
itue, and professor Manuel Imight as well closer the doors of told him about rubber mlie.i i i--t 8 ,-
Mmeloi justice Kaufman said. They bounce right back. This
,Notifation was received via The case has become a cause feline fuany business went on at
.resolution signed by the pr- celebre in thi Iron Curtain coun- the National Cat Club's cham-
end the Minister of Gov- tries and throughout Western pionship show which was held
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S-- ...... A. O Y p Frt dd I( A) blu- bot a big-time star who glances J
al I L. t ert Li, Mr. sll Mr erry t yo *hat's wrong at a magaizne ad, sees bet dou-
Shiacey, and Mrs. Antho- with. Nywood ble ,nb one ot'those "Which is flYGW4, JACOSY
land IPMIo S(Ba on d 5s dM A la ~ fevepp Mo^ywood elsh.o writt..... W E. STARTING -SATURDAY
l01 wdho ry Raymond. Mr. and Mra. w*nil the stir?" layouts, and sends for We s ServiceSTARTING S A
Iat Open noatOp 7 James Plii, Mr. and Mrs. Holl catInu-the girl to impersonAte her.
John Kernick Mr. and Mrs. er blush abo o ea TH (D) SONGS POR YOU
012MceIInd11ird Raymond NZa Mr."d h M padres, hide 'em cloutsango GOO WOL HOSS LAUOHS IOR TO U
,tB e6l. Mfthe 1114 I'l.e 1of J60p1Noonam Mr. ad Mr. on rYell bout movie stars a s 474 AUOHS O OU
": BA Zone, and _ihtat evilians, called arl Bek, and Mr. Wi lliam normal, QIy pmlle which Roy Rogers, voted "King of the -'AK1IO $ Jl
lt f4:miroa e la:t Mddlemas. "they ared it l atuse of the Cowboys" for the 10th conse- 6AKX
SmlIltb, and Or m R. Creighton pre-. A na.onwl t bot-o alump a cutve year, thinks Trigger
,e-vi el. Another group a the Drao lot of indUtry big ahota now are should a hare in the credit, too W T AST.
.--- -- Brrok DanceIncled: Mr. and cheering for return to the rip "He's a good 50 per cent of thi 1 3 4KQI
ar J Mrs. H. n Joa on, M MichaellC, Mr. and .4 ,, --happy Bo0ly- Atea' a(-Infat, whn i 'mt ibe 19
raft rSeC Joh. nson. Mrs.ra.B.. WhJt.hsn. and a a ay. real" whoest. X Igve him moric 1 Q*41 0 J84
p d "rs.'J. P- Le e r, Mrs. C. P. i Fellr. oin s -. aled n One of them producer Jules than that;" Roy quips. 4 84 6 Qo
iijd GD a .eldr- n n ncs arrettu, -Mr. and 0.. r t bri M eO ueD to adit. *wtI *l*l j
iwerVr, Rn M. B C Mrs..Jams Mr MW p 4 to. admed it .e..e h- f r N
S p, Mrs C. W Wright, Jr. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Carl sBr- rhot.Cr'ne wll i. I4 andAJ I \ lCH
MMst8mst MaMli d W e uC lMbl".-, .Wh- Yvonne-de Carlo's nextwwill b 3 Ja
l NW Be rnrI dt and Mr. I bel. hIev e the pubAiikes "The Scarlet Fme," for Ai le
k Canalana t ao le Celebracter-c ,o be- tbn movie star with Gottlieb.,h f ri6i
d tAti eof Old Y arr Zne s MacDons- grnem homes, min-bela5tr- .North4Auth vul
lie The Atle tlelp al Zonee Auxilia Mey e Nst Wae W ekknaeow-what. Sta asuto- MIn GM couldn't find a black eNort*'sa e Est w
ated g Plice celebrate te the ve of hM fe anblrbe an de i ry is le a:n3 a cen t t Par
Cxtner Yt V h Th1e 5 m g o|I|hfo the up. age blend. of t atol 24 p
itn-f te New Year wire a no-tot Womant I r- fri--- cl i pe-ly the c Gable-Ava Gardner3 9 n p o i ETio
a. fleer~s _. supper aa W n e-u Auxiliary of the 0a; toi eo-sta_., .iMogambo. 1e you SPon Pa
a lt X erand Ice Gun Rag, RancgThursday, Janua artibthelo cloet do ors, kid, guessed It. Two of the nAtses I
,r 1..a l. eo.s Church. The meeting had beeM an le o t's start rattling thoe were floew In tfom darkest New Pasn Fs
Chases. l iit a Mrs Several d edr prise were Ivy- ch e s t asketllt on s York .at r n wth. i
A .J Wt - ,, O o r 'lOn m away nd ue sts en by S ,-,L ^ T h--r<' xe s tar I t were work-b y, NowGar 'sm etio ,- .e, -m 'd ,, i T rT
wai sa M _Mrs. t ke se O_, who to-lew Year's Dy Ingrid Bergimn .and Anna Jeff Chandler, who steps out f T SWw. T &Gw
am Iula ed glmal. ceived a oalpOri enter r- .ant hoo e ri ,wn l et en to of the radio versonof "Our Miss ..-"
Samp lSatff "w .eee Ba Mt. Charts Judge ae Ek l.w eac d other sinue Ingrid rlced trooka next June, slreadyOn y a few of thi West
Wi o *o Caklpo rt a Ip peas. ersI t Ba athe. fiery Italian star as No. 1 in shopping for another series-blat bridge experts come East reg-
Al nton 1n p19 Ic e a w 1nt toT RP iel lni's Wlie, are about to with star billing and a percent- ularly to take part In the regular
mi~er, Lientent 4ne. 8shilple y M ake up. age this time. National Bridge Championships.
i and AlShd Mr. Juen S ioyott B o. a gths * "y way of compensation, how-
i. The spot dnce rimes were June Haver's saying that her It's a son for British actress ever, the West Coast runs its own
w by Mr. and a. Ru ll Caribbet cruise t for ti-sa-ke Patricia Roc, who doesn't have champlon hpt i n LosC Angeles
01 Oberholtser, and Mr. and Mrs. "..eCd of her mother, whose health has to be Identified to TV VlewerU of and San Francisco, thus provid-
a rt Arnold 8. Hudgin. Tben uer r lately... Jean Engliah movies. Her sister Bobby Ing the hundreds of experts In
Di at Over a hundred and I izt The 'ment and Utillsa- Sablon, the ench er will is married to Hollywood director that region with first class
N rSAbeer .uhthe e111n-1*n n had b Bureau will be the Issuie% n- t"Love rot1e.Sie0 tyIM E * The hand shown today a I TS SH TIME TOW NIGH T!
of S to pnra e cy for il an eplasent m nes to Jd garland's daughter, Lisa, taken from the recent "Bridge
Be rand b Mr. GorgeRoh. Mr. dti ig cads for Itcure arde played the, Virgin Mary in a Week" held in Los Angeles. Mr.
N*1, W-. 4 10s r. eorge Rothw Mi. Uo-Zat. employes .booming nd liken t h S C a preset at and Mrs. Arnold Kauder held the J nIa -
aM..Ssg. Georgh' aPoolea ei at Balb, .- print. But the e gJud and Director Vincent Min- themselves into an ambitious __
r,,..~~M held' open Gale Dse at Oak dBreki wt o Dress ben1fsce.nes hive been censored out nelli, fattier of the five-and-a-. grand slam contract. ndoi SCOTT Lucille NORMAN
'ei- alSdhie ee New i C i d eb | by the Payo of the temtan film for Its U. S. half-year-old LIa, a The Kauder are among nthe 8 AL 80 ,A Can S CI T Y
S% .NofI A i q o p he ae a sows her entoting but refuse to pt best players on the coast, and .ComAO Ti
t Year er will e made Mo together. Judy's new h u y they knew perfectly well that 4:30 ..f .- 3:. saturdaJuTs oa You"
Sal-Golf. Club- .Now., The dttleiation-prv ANA IS DOWNI missed the performance. they Were out on a limb with Gene AUTRY a O

f, .n latd b.re ih O r b ut i o f snedb n maf, or' At ado of- M.t... .... tea nI ne 13 rM when Max act up as an ac- Rayis fans sobby-boxes? score and decided to he
Wer w dtht Clu btl theybeen made. totIn a it a Riley "C 0 C 111.0to s t ak g eo C 1I U B A R B "
friends "The o luace of the cards for threatens Bill Bendix and It doesn't take great skill to 4:1A : si"RUF
B id T.mbers. e emp.loes or replacements aaaorie -Reynolds knocks him .. *- ovverbid a hand and then go :t "T CO L '
9t o e year will be ae by Max go a howl in ast InCOme T Suit d own, as all of us have found out
Sli. lI I induction unit of th em- en when te s nt d main-bell e at one time or another. In thist 610005 i A en r
Swh ha. l t p n atllaion r a for quiet ainst as e, Arnold Kauder justfied his I O s:M Bloodnounds of Broadway
ea C Chair- tMM-d 0 of th*e A a- -o0%'trl* that bpIl," yelped ambitious bidding by making the 0 .at.u.ar *ius DSiOaND
.n.P /'il, ind Mrl. I'b* A, lt to Iatm aervou- th- t@ne S ne c, won the aret trick in dum- GA ,. O ,, SE T^O hnicolo
w one *CHICAGOJan. 2 (UP)-Tmy with the king of clubs and STEEL TO
offee giv. r. oI The number of Dark-eyed Jane Greer will government, today filed a suit In immediately finessed the eight Saturday "OC
sf. -5 freelance, now that she's Out Of federal court asking judgment ofh t f G A r N Spener RCY rGneu
a r Mt.a R M of teCritoaherM trt, ad contin. e aant ph ,poe, brother held, Kauder breathed ^ againa- aid G ATHUVN,
adi.In W Iac D. n T i.ber tbr t. t-inue st pone, e vr the orn of ei. PLYT EN E
von _Wednes- _al .Scn and r "~0el of the crd for has, coaxed a dramatic soprano 217 in b income trum as, didardin low diamonds ir c
o M. H. Jaco c wa e O loWMf be accom. voice .iit of hr with an epy to- 9 and ow padres rom diaothe dum- aMAri ancarU TsVo
Iit dot- Mrs. M -"whim Mrs M so ,i u wardmusicals.The gvernmentclaios!oCa- ii" ans. Mo HOO E
So wro uscalW'.t Theo govern ent r.ms a- n declared continued byD M.. .re."
GlS c t n. TtO.M -0beld, Ithought my voice low his income tax. es for the years as henlg dmmye .tp-edae uoerer W ...
Schr-.reIn pereo.fil must _be .d, sexy," e confessen d. "I1926-47-28. U.'S.attorneys secur-'lallRhandsLwere obig-ed toereduc Ci S .- ,. IC,,,AN, R.,
ohr fundt It was just low. oed a lien against Caone for a to three ar i eld the l-Mst
A-l eUrhaveo ai and whe bout the same am 4t earner. Td.
ohatL a ,ea l Do-notwi. '- -D-e ne
,M-. ..oIn big wink- fr-Jae An omoJe ax initmehnt -s i,
ehear--is.. ,p in Meteer, Wi..; recently w as .. ul
Th k e nealt fd on1ts $1... -A er sroud di sedm "-thu Was able -'owie n the last
toteLocs0I0In athreentrrck with the ace of
Of. tihe l ea Dist e Of the ", V .clU.e ,.th ae of spadesw and the
S Teacher of Don Juan." But d hy ic ieenyouew a finesse aond
W".."n c r ,.LA.ee dyen bitr leforPatwsmo.eat v..e very Weed emi- a squeeza o make a grand sl am,
Sditlo. For sle at it is h leat th kou have been
je HU Il.yhl bidding t o n muach; butt as also
r drRussell Rouse and C encecleartat you hkVe played your
lGro.nTAwhomade n 1ltht. Central Ave. cards extremely well.
Sa0eft Dworkigon a screenplay 'a-


The tal *. OWL .I W_ Ad RTT.Jan.,2U1OE
and F-U'7M D-nU,,f _T A K
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Of the1r5dOWissHes iseonterOTLNIGHTtoug103.Ithe ecreasr A 0 il t
a, ,,n.. ,dHl int e m o- 30 .of A griculturetCh rle
2 .ag t A , . ith','_, ,,Ne Ina daintervin w .
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Of the s,1514ds n"t hceenthrow heepre-war,,te reuaei
dOnd 4 rh-' e'...d.sue" I. g ,--adreviewingtheftcom--
.ro37.Ts ile UWe..commoeeande tautte pnd-tropic menace!
.reiikvt e ar in twth weoflie
$ ;1,11 the t He saiddt "We are now at a

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t.iIh ,'-rs and are uidni them etLy I' Corle Wilde "MYSTERY ISLAND"
ts...h more extr elV." Charlirn feson iy Chapters 6 and
VLamour Jame. Stewart.liin
f o M' 110 s u aae he eawas "THE
L .IM world's mo -he 4INVf"st "ISII GI
..thm laereisee lsistmunt a GREATESTSMUGGLER GOLD"
BanAmonx e mmachllery f nl OW Also:
Amertran farviers. In additM to03 "eAI
the dbhinlinhin labor SuIolr In T eratlolor! "BULIZIr fir
virannan said, are riing produce.
f: i tnn ,cost&
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!the govrmenL through ItsvK 3. ANK Mart -i 0 '
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Amnorio Uinaiiii is Choic' So. Calif. 7, President Remon To Throw 1st ga :

For Tomorrow's Feature Wisconsin 0 Ball In Freedom Crusade Game ,.

The impressive Argentine racer Amorio, winner of two of his PASADENA, Jan. 2 (UP) The Crusade for Freedo Com-A
itreelocal starts, is a unanimous oice of the "experts" to chalk Southern California, end.up)w T Cru rordA
up his third local victory tomorroW afternoon when he against a en earn ari the Rose Bwl that Prident Reoo wl A li
.tgood field of the Juan FrancoTrack'sClass I horses in a seven e e We Castesea a at uracuse .. t tesiet Jbse BWn wi A.
t urlong race for a purse of $750. for the West Coastbor yeste dai test between the Canal Este Po- n vi
gJCnntetwn t ttthefatnbll cm- d
Amorio, whose only loss was against Anglia who is now in the consin team. 7 to 0, although b n 1 AAI lice and the Canal Bone hFemen C SIC for :
track's top flight, is expected to get his stiffest opposition from onsin team. 7 to 0, alyed without licearad the Ca N I WI i * for*
the former track champ Main Road and the always trying Rathlin the Trojans pr tallback, Jim Sethoutrs, Sunday at alo attend.
M i R a a d t al y t y nI aRJimaSeiars, 6 iHis cabinet w llialso attend.
K.yhLight. who broke his leg at the start
Keyhaven. a Class "A" horse .when right, returns from a of the game. o n will offil-
'l,"iengthy layoff and is more or less a question mark. Bendeguz, wh e i a tnPresident Remon will offel-
lengthy layoff and is more or less a question mark. Bendeg It was the Pacific Coast Con- M]AMI, Fla. Jan. 2 (UP)-Ala- vas good for the firts score of the Iv start the game at pn. by
who hasn't returned to winner's circle after his upset triumph i fences first victory n the baauarterback ell Hson g e throwing fr the score the first ball will
the Nov. 3 independence Day Classic, and Piropo II are consider- Rose Bowl since the Bi Ten mixed a deadly assortment' of 3racuse's -Pt Stark got tne also present the trophy% tthe "wlb
ed possible upsetters. series started in 1947. and it bulle'L passes with a tagged Orangemen rolling w it h is wninng team otf the first game.
Another prospective thriller on tomorrows card is the Class took a team Inpired by the n- round attack in Miami yester- deadly passes and cappFei a Governor John S. Seybold wUl
'o" "D" $600 six-and-one-half furlong sprint in which the highly rat- jury of Sears to produce the day as the Crimson Tide slaught- march with a 15-yard compiet io. official open the Second game by a o e. with
., ed newcomer Esplendor is scheduled to make his local debut. Es- victory. with substitute tail. eted Syracuse In the Orange to Joe Szombathy for the only throwwl the first bal l He wl i
plendor goes in an entry with the speedy Montmartre. Turf Lodge, back Rudy Bukich taking over ic(wl. 61 to 6. Svrucbae tally. for the only resent the c to the winning n n tl
Vampires, Sir Boss and Grisu will furnish the opposition. Sears' role. As a capacity crowd of 65,000 Hobson's passing got the Crim- eam. High of cilals fredu the eit
S Most of the other races on the eleven race program shape up The crowd of 100,000 fans watched, Hobson fired touch- son Tide rolling again in the sec- armed advicee wil also at te
on paper as humdingers. cheered itself hoarse at the down passes of 27 and 50 yards ond period and Bobby Marlow bThe "CU i S de l mberes"
The program: brilliant defensive play on both and kept the Syracuse defense bucked five yards for a tuuch- band will be on band to i lao u- e. ,
sides as drive after drive fail- well .scattered while the hard- down. Hobson clicked again min- c through the ame along
lt Race Natives 4:. Fgs. -10th Race "A" Natives-6 Fgs e to produce a score until the running Alabama backs poured utes later-ittinghalfback Cor- withfthe rFo ceb nd er
I ui e: $s275.0Dt-l-Pool Closes 12:4 Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 5:40 one thrust in the third period, through the line. ky Tharp wth a 50-yard scoring O ad t
First Race of the Double 1-Valarla) B. Pulido 113 third----p Sthrough the ltne.t p i the diretossl of W. O A. adiek of ,
1-Taponazo A. Mena 116 2-Portal) M. Arosemena 101 S Crimson Tide in the first quar- ehAA .A
-2-Sn Fn A. Rodriguez 120 3-Golden Tap R. L. Gil 10Tie Hopes ter. scoring its only touchdown In the second half, Luna broke Everythlba has been done toe
3-Malaya A. Phillips 120 4-Sixaola J. Chuna n s116 bt Alabama took a 21-7.ealf- loose for -yard scrin galnp sure this n yportinlg evrnt to l
4-BiLjagua J. Bakes 110 5-La Loba O. Chanis 110 time lead and then poured it on nid fullback Lewis plungelr l artthe Onew year Off in grand .P,
5--Domino H. Reves 113x e -e s un monmgh s in the last half. two more touchdowns. le. Both twams will be o lli tot almmina the rail oad ut .i.
--Pegy R. Guerra 1xi1 lth Race "ODNatives 1 Mile ReStOtn Tonoght S the last h. btyle. Bart a"S win ut
-Pegy R. GuerCastillo 112x th Ra e $300.00H lfback BobbyLuna and full- Fieshman quarterback Bart there giving best to win the Anlla taking the outi routellad
-uneco V. Castllo 1142 Pursete $300.00 114 Wilh back Tommy Lewis each scored Starr started off more Ahabama autfu l* presented by AngllI seemed to golng
uascazo J. Cadogen 114 ea xr. twice. Luna took a 27-yard fireworks in the fourth period everyone is ly invite t tongew at this point when she 1-te
2. d Rce "'" Nr lives 4!, Fgs. 3-Tuira R. iuerra x Aiy hopes or aspirations that and later dashed 38 yards for an-sone to Joe Cmmngs. [ntgram eu I to
I sc: '- e l COSe, 1:1 4--Diez de Mayo E. Corcho 109x h lae Bulo sml siht ave ther Lewis added two fromnadded still another score with ancharged. ove, donations to while Atgulrre saved every Inch of
Se nersc c leae scrimmage on aunts of 12 and 80-yard Punt return and the theCrusade f Freedom will be ground with his to-welhted
1 ec-AnniSe N,. Mt e Dld basketball t itl the rwi b out n ." ninth Alabama Score came when cept o e ht. e W t h.tolelets1- .
ite R l However, the m st sensational another at.d S_ e remount.Wh thhe to e
3-El Joauin J. RZeaos 1180 Pt m e J.. quintet Pr- r lay of the day came wl en Ala- Puster Hill- tereepted' an Or- a yearly hethe wind hte finish line




L'Elgirana J. Phillipo 120 the Commission'q decision of the chances they have of winning110 * bakers so. .ft t ThE
-%Ptn Fan A iMea 120 Giardello-BIllT Graham fESht on J.C.. on the other hand has only e | | j 1Inlel 6t yal
IopoE Sn r between the BHarto J.V. e amn safetyman Cecil Inlram nge pass and galloped 58 yards receiving tt' tIt h r eve 1ld a ogt btedsee db ler m Allator
Proton A. Ubidla 106 uT nd Fre h teams will start a took an Orange unt and pd 80 t the double strs year. held to t i
i cn Godde es 120 hrstenberr revered t one- tonight wouldn't be fatal. ris- yards through the tirin yra Luna converdoneighof t he Chab he
averal B. Aguirre 120 lf' hour later toGlard al stands at the top of te stor DOW It of iS,
sitace d nIehportd 1 Mie BASEBALL The last time the BHS and JC Thoa will s 'dem hem jI ae- third while the t f-"='
se $00 Pool Closes 2:20 The 28- game winstner the New Thieams itanled on the Bullhardwoods JACKSONVILLE,, 27-yard tos toJan. 2 L na) all withe mot lop-idd victor creen a and ttt- was h
Quiniela o 120 State Athletic Commis n. their followers If they fans drou ttheira t SyracsUP)-The off bato lance and hi thore oM he Oratrge Bowl. a dngte elos the'vt Ii ad Dth. -
D~ Joaiuin J. Reye.' 118 Coi:,Aitv Supreme Court to annul'frnd of any but the most remote Royal Mlato'retutned h ..
g rante A. Phillips 120 the Comma straon' decision of the et for almos t they have e ntire fourth tra point kied mss n he or ouhrs S ,
etador M. Zeballos 118 Dec. 19ob iardertso was given the one loss charged to them e. yesterday and favored Florida to
ajagun goddess K. Flores 120 wants to etch a no-hreversed it no-rn which wouldn't be fatalher took a slm 14Cr victos-r oer A ew Tucame ot


he Dauberal F. AguRose 12015 me. Roberts laughingly s: basketball exciting shod be Tulsa In the Gator Bowl. the send al quart .
a B Pul 112 "Don't get me wronlater I toa sans at the to o The underdog T tem hd Ronni orr b
ht -- -----t be a thrill ca with a pair of wins nod no, rth1 ho 0Af
IfftRaBe H" Inmported 1 Mile iter ASEBALL The last time the BHS an d a lead but when tpe th ree "
Qul iela. 55 sn't ee necessary to a m dth s he JACKSONVILLE,, Fla. Jan. 2 na) al with seen ass and
100n Pool Clos-s2:career." 2ae wner n 4f the gled on thef hardwoods n e xrp o .i eS .I
.1ne aP rh- hn o l elao I me e r The nation's top eoleg the speed.v back wet yards ed) thet
Alegrnte PhOrtega 110 ed how e avoids tossitrange New Years o-ifeet for almost the entire fourth extra point kicked missed in the forris ouhagain got Taa ago
Roey Headlm J. Cadogen 112 reolutioners he carter. The same ill undoubt- clutch at Jacksonvtlle uFlodaerfet wih his both extra point at- '
Atlteador 0. CaReestillo 1145x Robin Roberts say s he never el be true again this time yesterday and favoredbut lra Tornado ot a.d dv
ff i agua Flores 120 wants to eitch a no-hit. earv n which means those who lillke their took a slim 14-13 victory over A new Tura eam came outw , e


eDauber F. RPool Cose 3:3115 hurry." Stover. C temipts just missed the uprights. R r9own u M us'engS"eT ls all-Uic potent U I oil 1 I
-Roadmaster F. PulldRose 113 Naomewro I sr o et plenty ton. G tel the rdgoat ofTu th em ae as It Althoh a barely rap-



2-Flabaro B. Moreno 120 RACE THE DA was his fine pass catching that ed by to win the bowl ap-
S3-Min A Vasqu 116 tbea thrill to pitch GABLES.- la.unior College rates the nod u r oarefrom behind 14-0 r- o th a ced the Golde'tory. . .r.is .1'



5Bedlam V. In stilo 120 I came the first stakes winotr of t Hul.s. F I In the first permid and 0Full-0men thatc riobeo PPhng thIe Gl aUdTIIN Nn CtAre
1953 bye takin th e New Years Halsall fok Rck the asares highllted Wa -wh w the nal' oo. -. bt .


Ae eDaad V. Ortega 110 ed how he avoid toing no-Tit-cal Park. ob F Ale gua sting ps for missed. Morris. again got sason.. 1-Tgoig :"- y I ""
7th Race "F" Imported-6 Fgs. The Florida gerack served Aleguas.G Intoe the mend zone. bHall was Florda mo dan- 4eey d M elv
Purse$50.00 -Pool Closes 4:05 hrs liday card yeserdaStovern- --- Flor wen to the air for a id eft a. apon-a .
FirSecond Race of the Double so as not to inter with taly In the second period as Fred or M and o --
1-Preoadmtergio) B. Puldose 11 Orange Bowl ootbNaoleon G altell gam Robinson hit halfback J. (Pop- th r barely -
2-Pavero K. Moresn 114 In Miami. h o THE DAYaaidieps ccIigg thatedbw'i n- the a o -' o .
3-amprero A. Vasquez 116 'ORAL GABLES Fia.h The GREEN DEVILS brought Tulsa from behind. e :nc n the ol' hsto. g S'o
3t--PM ero .Nickish.. Florida jumped out ahead eas- nhe ;ugg ed Qatur line did *te- *.. 1 ... .;.-t1 *- ."L.1...
5--Bedlarm V. Catlo 120 came sthe first stkes winer of Huls. V l in the first per and ul- menos Joof
_4 Se B __ .15 "Rbita Halsali IaC back Rick Caares highly al giv r gtete-wa
H.Re Hand cL at Topical ark trethePgameoende-ybuardlpl a Tia adthn 0seaon.
thrRace "FImpor l a g~s. oo theForida re trackistariSienath r4c S. a oha
Purse: $500.00 -- Pool Closes 4:05 its holiday card yesterday morn-i -- Florida went to the air for ansM-th e it v. weapon--ea- --h.s
1Seond lReof tmte Double 1I 0 s o as ano gto Itoer withi ttayintheosfiecdferiodl -asrdo e d.t, .,ch
1-Pre5glo) B. Aguirredo 110 n'eh Ornge Bown l foot ball Soname Se .Robson hit halfback e. (Pop .
3-PKehaver K. Phlores 114 inw Miamm. BL IC.
3-Porter's Star) R.aL. Gil 110 lunlw DeSpirlto. the ockey who'

S5-Rosamrio V. Ortega 112 h ud seven mounts in a ntthe RalodefsdeNoehCarliaye ,oal"i
6--Lujioso ALB. CPhillips 12015 rACes. DeSpliito ,scorohed nhis first B UNITED PRESS "a
Ainofasqez11 the G Earn- o Tehal e e Non Halrl D7, s Lbotl aug (C uual 66.1 meehnd llb. I t einhgd U ma
8th Race '"F Imported-6 n Fgs.'uTsheortd uesot o k Starhmntc WakSe V goretl. sin thozn.lCroasmot 65 .
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes 4:40 sIX other times. Notl- e Damea. 68.2 Northwestern 57 Tt || P 8 i r
Sec n iel e Sagittaruso staved off the paie Akron 71. Colby 63 M .e.aFdad.I. --p. s
1-prBendegus B. Pulido 120 ir the six-furlongm New Yea'd Marquette 70. Minnesota 50 on,
l-Keyhaven Phllpores 11I0 nace. oing down the stretch n DIXIE CLASSIC ore--m M
-otrtr) R. L. all 110 Saittarius out in front d th (Final) th."-h.

'64-Mai Roa d R Ortega 11 talen oro uw N homar. S. 75. Brig ou a
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Montmmrtre) R.L. Gil 110 tisste Foa fheN
4-(Sir Bos R. VaslqulAe 112 0 -NewtrYelak Oklahoma A&M 51, Idaho 49BowlMon
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16-0 In Cotton Bowl
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DALLAS, Tex. Jan. 2 (UP)- -nd Bll Georges. guard
D dy Dick Och, bounding B1- Iwell And their matesg
ly Quilad an hoping Gil Daw- thi h. great holes p
son made mockery of Tennessee's nesee line
uted defnses yesterday to Rive Cuach Bob Neyland's
therflred-up University M Tex- handled the ball on onl ,
as team a 16-0 revenge victory in wav tIn the first quur
the Cotton Bowl. fumbled both times, l
While this great yard-eating setting uD pits for T
trio of Teas backs shocked a the victors stolethe tha
vceked M504-sellout crowd with lenneuse team that
Its assault on what had been her- Iwa In cashlf In on p
aided as the nation's No. de- mistakes.
fene the supercharged Texas The Texas te
line engulfed every Tennessee of- up 269 yards with Qu -
fenslve attempt and left the Vol- b'ltlnR 7 y s
unteers with a minus 14 yards thewho 1
nPt for the day on the ground. turned in Och
Dawson and Quinn made the Tex., senior who
touchdowns in the second and a he goes chargin n
fourth periods after Texas had opposition. '
taken a 2-0 first quarter lead on Texas threaten 'IL
Its first defensive effort of the thje ame but Coa%47 'l
day-a smashing tackle of Ten. sent In a hoet of re-eryS
neosee Quarterback Dave Griffith them a chance for a
in sthe end sone, glorv and Tennessee
Dawsoa sprinted three yards turn the tide short of d Ml
around end for the first Texas lust before the final w s
score only 53 seconds int.) the -
secound quarter, then kicked theFri .,
first of two extra points, and esse ,rt i
Quum bounced the final foot
through his own right guard BOSTON (UP) - ilip J.
halfway through the lpat quarter Camerengo, city assess r.
for the other Texas touchdown. aneesed and landed in Ot
The rest of the line, with Ochoa jpita. The sneeM brou .,a
leading the way at 10M-yard a rcurrence of a rib apaw
clip. the Texas backfield ran sustained in a fall.
through and around the Tennes-
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'WASHINGTON. Jan.2 (UP)-
Defense Secretary /Robert A.
Lovett reported tody that U. S.
Sndlea i-out war mobiliza-
ton and the nation's armed
forces are so powerful that "even
the most reckless aggressor"
shouldd hesitate to attack.
.Simultaneously Navy S.ecre-
tary Dan A. Kimball disclosed
that the Navy now wants 12
ipstead of 10 super aircraft car-
n0rs to help command the sea
Uanes.
And Army Secretary Frank
,c. dace Jr. said crack scient-
Ats are developing "amazing"
oew weapons including a
whole "family" of atomic mis-
Sies.
'In an optimistic report to'
Congress and President Truman,
Levett said the nation today is
gter prepared than ever before
Ser.force the world peace it so
earnestly wants.
"TIM portt by Lovett and the
bddvTdlal services officially
S covers the six months ending
last June 30 but overall con-
clusions have been reviewed
prior to publication today.
tIn' an apparent reproof to
S. resident-elect E i s e n shower,
'I' who is reported anxious to
eut defense spending, Lovett
made a vigorous defense of his
lde|aretment's economies.
e safl these programs have
Jweh "paying off" in savings
"blnluri of dollars to the
"axpayeri'
r n, d added the nation could
Sd "billions" more it it
d adopted the costly rota-
y for U. 8W'troops in
$at this would have meant
that comparatively few Ameri-
ns would have borne an. un-
:; Vdy large shaB~fltlhe."sacrl-
i lceB," he sw .a^' ,
S"In our to of denial cy,".
ett declared, "'ustide and
Sails still comes ahead of
S'Splite his hopeful report
ept warned that the nation
1 tace" a long, drawn-out Per-
Id doIf world tension and heavy
Ior afnes costs.
S., i. ,He said America cannot afford
rolax even though the "tool-
top" eL Of the mobiliza-
tion program is completed.
# "We are in the middle of our
tsk and not at the end of It,"
S e ~ aid. "There is still no easy,
3s )ick, cheap or magic way to
fight or win a war-or prevent
Other highpolints in Lovett's
report included:
1) Seleotive Service draft-
ling must continue at "a high
jleel" for an "indefinite per-
tued" to. keep the military ser-
vices ranks filled.
2) The European defense army
li "nearly" In a position to
Sl. w". any aggression 1 o n g
S"g to give the West a
cbhnce to complete full mobil-
IrMilon .
3) The armed services unifi-
cation law should "be revised
wUlb particular attention paid
"to aterIng the functions of the
Jolnt Chiefs of Staff. The chiefs
nowact as both "claimant and
Judge" of their own military
proposals, he said.
4) Some form of universal
military training should be
quickly established to better in-
sure the nation's safety.


Irene Dunn e Named

est 0Dressed Woman
,NOILYWOOD, Jan. 2 (UP(-
ft! Dunne was named the
wreed woman of the year
Say. Actor Cary Grant
of 10 males in sartor-
a t lenance.
Amokemnn for the Hollywood
etors Council, said the two
A pan were selected as the most
i standlngly-attired members
land n a poll of the
ie behind Miss Dunne
i)I i Sfe dancing star Ginger Bo-
-Mrs. Louis B. Mayer, Hol-
l columnist Louella Par-
; W singer Kathryn Grayson.
lt Loretta Young, pianist
D[limaLynn, society writer Co-
liM~., Wrtglt, singer Rosemary
Ctooh~y and singer Dinah
i Mbore, in that order.
The nine men chosen after
rtnwere: romantic star Ty-
j Fa Paer, Hollywood attorney
eg Bautzer, film hero Alan
Lad-, composer Jimmy Mc-
: lc cafe owner Mike Roma-
Martin, director
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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.


PANAMA, R. ., FRIDAY, JANUAY 2, 1953


Handful Of Picketing Docke s



Close Down 30 New York Priers
NEW YORK. Jan. 2 (UP) --Less then set up lines outside pier The bus strike threatened to A 31new' meat$on 'as
than 1000 AFL longshoremen entrances on the North Rilr, create the worst t4anasprttlo urned doW by office f. the
closed down at least 30 pier to- the East River and In Brooklyn. am In the nations large city CIO re
v ay and threw several thousand The Shackamaxon street pier by throwing the ad4itlonIl' od who ct nt
othfr dock, wallopers out of work of the Pennsylvania uga Co. on the already over-burdened R. IM90l ta o t
in & strike that threatened to tie in Philadelphia was picketed. subways. nion ad bus
un shipping in the world's tusi- i an"cd demanded that he
eBt port. p eoa 1 or'' apoImtI15" They
The strike spread to Philadel- sald them yor 'delgiettely lied.'-
chia where pickets of the same to them
AFL longshoremen's local closed
clown one pier.
There was a chance the strike dient B a l il istate-
n'iht spread to Boston and e en Tu 's
Baltimore but so far all was .ntelvn ab y ni
ouiet in those major East Coast en"the adblort hie
sorts etly respo sible for the
The waterfront strike was the .. '* wi d
second major strikee in the bigt 2% 4. 1o oAtdal d hc re y-
citv within 24 hours. 'atfer ba coipb s r-
At one minute after midnight fused to giant drives iat me-
New Year's Day, eight thousand bchanles % 40-heur week, at 48-
wI'nkers of eight bus lines ear- ho O pal,. The shLirW w eek
rvy ng 3,500,000 riders daily walk- ,ts Se n *i g t. ewatedt o
ed out. on olty-ownei bus and s.bw.
The full impact of the bus lines,
strike probably won't be felt un- .P6tee and elof* t ol e e-
til Monday when the city ends paet", one of the 60w&
its holidays. "trs.. .f
Subway traffic was normal to- ut Is
dasy The New York Central ands t o *I= NA,
New Haven railroads reported an df ----" _- |
unexpectedly heavy load on com-
muter trains. arid car pools were
being formed in the Bronx.
But on Monday business offices
have been asked to stagger hours (NEA Radio Tel lto" r
for workers to avoid a snarl on SIGN OF THE TIMES Prime Minister Winston, ChTetcr
the subway and elevated lines, makes a farewell "V" sign to a lgrge crowd who came downct
A c h o0o01s were considering Southampton, England, to see him oft on the, liner Queen Ma.ry.
changing hours for the same Bound for the U. 8., Churchill will confer with out-gdin 5
sTh. s e President Truman and President elect Dwight Eis ihower.
The pier strike probably o e -
won't di deeply into the city's Wn aor, Ai" e bS,-
buviness life until' Mpnday W uA
either. Many piers weren'tU
working todav and most docks
are closed down Saturday. '
The strike was most effective w e
In Brooklyn where pickets ap-h
eared at 20 pier entrances .|s i t
'Iwo thousand longshoremen F .g
milled in front of the bus ter- a
minal. refusing to work. ABOARD THE QUIN MARY, VALPARAISO Jan. (U) .- '
There was no violence report- Jan. 2 (UP) Prime Minister Pederal police ccun ,atleast-4
ed. Winston Churchill, sailingto the persons dead an' t in Inur oed_- ytwo
IdIn the longshore strike, three United States for an historici nadd a exo *-
ships were tied up. The big pas- meeting with President-elect Ei- lved touched off by a New
singer liner piers were not af- senhower, busied himself today Year's firecracker. e
fceted, but Joseph P. Ryan, pre- with his official papers in his The toll was expected to go ;
sident of the ILA, said his mem- suite.h-bleter when tem e we *w s rrg
bers would support the strike to He had welcomed the New pilete a search ~f the devTn ha is
the hilt. Year with a pledge of closer 'Werftint area for 'an e'Of
Thus It was possible that the British-U.S. ties. mi ,ing and identity mut ,
Queen Mary, carrying Britain's With a vigor that would have bades. More deaths also.
Prime Minister Churchill to shamed many of the 'younger 'red among the 48 seriu f-
top level conferences in this passengers aboard, CWurlch tued, aA "
country, could be tied up by shrugged off the effects of the' The explosion at 3 a.m. ,d
the strike, shipboard welcome to the New Year's.Day was touched off a Ip the Bbystr
The Queen Mary is due to dock Year and plunged into his work.tire in downtown Vaaro al d
Monday. e dicated extensively to 1lf which authorities believeowwas a thre
The first pickets appeared at sec eta in his 10-room quitee i- ,tarted by firecracker tossed hi a n 0
10 piers in Staten Island short- board tis British luxury liner New Year's reveler. a-a
ly before 8 a.m. Other pickets yesterday afternoon and in the Flames spread to a wooden '
evening tended a showing lh warehouse iln which the i .t
the ship's theater of the Holy,' t road 'denartmant boland -"i -
. .... ft oa'dvrtelAhad s* A&.. "IV


Premiership Hopes
Brighten For Mayer
PARIS, Jan. 2 (UP) Rene
Ma ye r's chances to become
France's 18th postwar premier
brightened today.
The Socialists announced they
would not take part his govern-
ment but might not oppose it
either.
Socialist parliamentary leader
Charles Lussy said after meeting
with Mayer that the 105 Social-
ists would think over the finan-
cial and transport expert's pro-
posals and meet him again to-
morrow.
Mayer postponed until tomor-
row his official reply to presi-
dent to the national assembly
for a confidence vote of investi-


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started and, accompanied b* 2 of flames shot out
detective, went quietly to re- of New Year's merr
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CHICAGO, Jan. 2 (UP) vatory tim and
The squalling of three babies the
In Great Britain born "on the stroke" of ght
opened the stork see es o
1953 yesterday,
LONDON, Jan. 2 (UP) The There was no clear cut.clalm-
government placed a "super- ant to the title of "First Baby
priority" rating on thee types of 1953" because a disputeover
of civil aircraft today in a move wht p the new year actually b6-
to speed the export drive for dol- gin.
lars and lengthen Britain's lead
In jet passenger planes. That question arose with tU1
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construction of the famed four- who weighed tin a 7 lbs.
engine all-jet Comets, the four- ounces atLl.nd S *
engine turbo-prop Britannias Hospital in Wasngt *
and Vickers Viscount planes. Dr. William Eisner
SupplyMlnister Duncan San- arrived "on the stroke oi .
dys said the government is de- night .
termined "to help the British air- But at Bolli Air
craft industry to take fullest ad. pital, also 1 in
vantage of the markable technic- J. Frederick aar.,
al lead which it poneesn at pre- Ing physic
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