The Panama American

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Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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:
AA00010883:01795

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Joseph Laniel of France arrived in this holiday isload ,
day to join Prime Minister Winston Churchill in a mama
fous Big Three conference which starts tomorrow
President Eisenhower flies in from Washington.
Churchill was ot the airport to greet tie F-
premier when his plane landed at 10:24. a.m. f
transatlantic flig ttf'rop Prai via the Azowms -'
A guard of' iIenr consisting ofrth. di ,
Welch Fusiliers and American Air Force IdN
stood at attention, while a band of the Fpsisiers
the French national anthem. .
The welcoming art of Each of the there f
a crowd of 100, Included m- will enter
bers of the Bermuda legislative conference ath a
and exiecatlve ,council ti tail matu sh op
coats, striped troupers and pearl items l B
gray top hats.
Gem. Sir Alexander Hood, gov- conferees
ernor of Bermuda, led-the we- el pelsible
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Laniel wore a light gray Sit rarantee agoatresue a
and light gy oveA-oat with a (Oermafi iMlltiflm If
black homburg hat. approves the Zuropean Arm
He and Freuwi Foregn Minis- plan.
ter OeoreBldM i t iU khand, .EJW_5N A3 -I Barly rati
with Churchill nd Eden In fixation by Fpance of thl u.
front of newspaper, warel sad pean Army plan and lb
televitson catueras. ons for rearming 500O M
Lanlel is expected to Join Germans as the key to
Chrchill In Meuing ftr an af- planning fr West BuroA '
firmatvre JbRa n answer to femne. .
Moscow's aM to Rg Four for-
idie...atos ar that the U Defuse Wl OW .
position n that Issue will be one
of the major items discussed AfI.u- .iI,
when the two sit down wllbh LOil UP
President laenhdweir tomorrow
to begin shaping the West's '
strategy in the continuing Cold .
w e .Ch rhf o arrived A WASHINGTON, De. 3 ()M -
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bere -yesterday to empete committee today re amun
preparptidas for thi c. cost-of-living pay adrMse"e
twie _---j i nedp M a erenc the armed forces to make t*il
and IKTi fVWer a wn I tary careers more attract
SMsetUr wIth Ria. It warned that "i,*ali.
PrWldea X itmhower., who will present tran4 of aet er
fly hert fr m Washington to- having the service Cea b,'
morrow pornlpg, hae made no versed, most serious conMnoi
advance commitments. des to the natlofial defense
There was speculations here fort will result."
that the Unided States may a- The committee,
aree co tnally to the meat- top personnel o
ing io Bern. The US. State De- four services, was
partmiebt has Indicated those Defense Secretary .
conditions would Include assr- Wilson last Februit #
anoes that Germany and Austia Joint Chiefs of Staffll
be On the agenda of the pro- concern about the
posed foreign ministers' confer- apoeal of military ear
ence. President Eisenhower
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that a Biw Four meeting, if held, a Defense Dep rligti
could At be called before mid- nation to Cogres as1
JanUary euse the French
political situation and PranceAnti-TB Group
mid-December presidential elec-
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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN t ; -"''h C '
Somewhere in the highest Con- l ''
g.,'..,onal circles a small band of
r politicos is quietly protecting some
of the country's todgheqt mobs, In-
A L. eluding those racketeers who have
infiltrated labor to use ulons as
o fronts for their own operations.
The Mail Box 1s an opin torun for rdert u Th Peanam Amern- I These Congressional elrcles act. .
ken. Letters re received gratefully and are handled in a wholly con- lually sent word to a House sub-
dentil meaner. 'Corn ittee investigating Detroit
if you contribute a letter don't be imeatlant It it doesn't appear the rackets, warning it not to dig too
seXt day. LIeters are published in the order teceaves. uceply, advising it not to find evi-
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. dence which could bring, anyone .
Identity of letter writers as held in strictest confidence. into court and bluntly telling it ,
This newspaper assumes na responsibility to# latements as opinions that no indictments should dult
expressed in letters from readers f om the probe.
0 As a result, the. Congressional I
sub-committee, consistig of House
h WHAT S WRONG WITH AN EMPLOYEE PICNIC? Labor members Wint Smith (R.,
Kai ) and Clare ]lman (-.,
Ancon, Canal Zone. Mich.), quit in disgut before hey
Sir: could put vital wfahl on the
stand. The Committd6 counsel,. Bill
You have been a very busy little man within the last few lMcenna, resigned and returned
weeks dragging ill of the P.X. Officials over the coals, because to '"s Los Angeles law pra e.
they were pdnte to an official from another country. Now lets which he had tempeta
see if you have guts enough to print what I have to say below, at considerable.financtad e.
At about 8:30 A.M. November 26Lh, 1953. the following staff i 1 'c' *' .c 1 p 'a PCe t
car U.S. No. 182264 and five (5) busses X-5b9, X-573. X-5ol, X- wouldn't take orders "from up
590, X-563, also a 21/2 ton truck X-304 all from the Corozal Motor above" in Congress.
Pool parked at the Tivoli Commy, Ancon, C.Z. and proceed to When Rep. Wint Smith was pik-
load up with local rate workers from the Corozal Area, for a 'ed who had hams trM hU sub-
picnic in the Interior of the Republic of Panama. committee of the Hebe Labor
The total value of the above vehicles is in the neighborhood C)r. mittee, he pointed skyward
of $70,000 plus the wear and tear for the days outing, the gas aid said that his orders tame
and oil used by each, would bring the total cost up to around Ircm politicos as '".igh as that.'
$72,000 that it is going to cost the US. Tax payers for this one These three me know the name
day. o' the Congressional power who
Everytime I pick up a paper published by you lately, is all I ordered them to lay off. They
can see is the U.S. is cheating on the Republic of Panama I do know that this man and others In
not understand what you people excct of my government. You Congress were in close touch with
have made things so dog gone bad now. th"t nelil-cr I nor any the very men the sub-eonunlttee
other member of my family, can enter our own P.X. without go- was preparing to probe. Thus the
ng through a 3rd ,egrcc, even thou0..> Lte rc.;y plainly states 'investigators were constantly be-
hat the exchanges will be operated for the benefit of the mill- ing defied and were told regular-
ary and employes of other government agencies within the 'ly what were the limits of their
Danal Zone power. .
YOU published the Albrook Field story in big head lines. Now Before these three men quit De- -. .
yet's see If you have guts enough .o publish in big head lines troit, they said they had been pre-
he following. "U.S. ARMY TURNED OVER THE LOCAL RATE vented by an Eastern governor '
M PLOYES $70,000 WORTH OF MOTOR VEHICLES FOR A from coming into his state to.fol- ..
?ICNIC IN THE INTERIOR THANKSGIVING DAY." Ik lnad on labor raceteering
I If you think the above is not true plcese check with the I arness racing. They wese bit-
p.naportation Officer at Corozal Motor Pool, as I am sure he ter about being kept out of a west-
kd.to ok the use of the vehicles. The above numbers arq paint- e nostate.Theyr efied to identic C 9,,
d in white on the right end of front and back bumpers of each yadbynersamewh any of thepolitical
T .S. Justice For AL Out of this may spew a scandal BY t Raw
-T ce or which could shake the on r ,
Editor's Note: An -official spokesman for the Caribbean tmorte spthn did the flom eite,
Commsand said today that there were six busses which were Ito t he special room Inse ing L .
allotted to take over 200 local-rate emplo, e, from the Coroal iSing JIn w hel otter lsom imes think t e world has and- d e ~ t peo
moitor pool, and their dependents, on a Thanks;iving Day extortionist Joe Fay, held court, gone mad, when asm meddle- that m*e out of hi
len.' o.Thisndwashrjustonednofthe"many.nnormlthingsome trout, lke tha lat in In- in whenit
docafor. This wasjusto ne ot"the s smAnv l. n ormalcosthi toswe This latest scandal pivots, upon diana cannot cfetdMkO Robin chaemmua.."aren't hmni
do for emulove mortle the rrokesml n sta te. Total cost to inrormatioi uncovered by this Hood in one br d t lay the tMh
the reV",ment w the r.-tne e_. He ~e. -ub-committee when it weDt into arm on theQ e s well, This We are to hit poiJ
th .' Detroit recently to investigate the women, a Mr, White, wants to e.o.dieo L t
Professional labor operators *(as eliminate all refergnce in school- kf Mi i
distinguished from the honest la- books to the Qaakrr, "because mealfoas tJl
bor movement there) in and Quakers don't believe. in fighting wntheW,
around the ha.ness race tracks. ... and, all the men they can get ashamed of a a ntad W
At the moment nothing can be to believe that they don t need to Scarlett's dead, and- Soarli
d ne with the data because Con- go to war, the better off the Com- 0Mars. t Net to menom' Litt
e s is not sitting and thees Con- muanists are. Red jtdlg Hood. Some.epy
es .al probrs no Ion have r uggest that at this tm d have 'emall on the gril,jutst b
oa ority to extend feir in- boter take the Bible off the rq- cause of g ambappy eircugu
ves!gation. lists, too.- One of the -que colorr;
1""m the Bible Is: "Blessed are
However. immediately aft e rle peacemakers." About the worst gen I' can d
Congress swings .irto session next up abo. the- Quarnrs is tha the
January they will press for. fur. We better take care of the meek, thee and amu aadref, reaUau
other probing of the race tracks as well, unless they are allowed to polite to -at etmON add-' chom
and their political 'ties and f Inherit the earth, I'm thinking, and their name '"caujs 4'theRy at
they are suppressed, they can and what in the name of God are we and tremble at th e Md fl- t
may well hit the floor of Congress up to these days tlkt any bird. Lord." If they arena W going
with the entire story. It now ap- bran with an official position can expanse tU te Ql ie from t
pears that seve.a' rackets investi- look retroactlyely to as dead an schoolbpoks, thy are 0 100 I
gations have been squashed, in the lssue as Sher*wood Forest aad et have to run a& Z encthril
Senate and the House, by a bloc a dignified presentation in .n the Lord an awful ,lot of times.
crossing political lines. press? Or lay the knife into ae It seems to *ae. tht the rI
Society of Friends and make -me press is gobil to.have to exeych
This new scandal. if not sup- nrad enough to write about it?. a Ifttle strm '. air cntrofl a irr
pressed, will reveal that President I ain't any sort ofe Comm.nist sposalbility ofexpression -neti
Eisenhower. Attorney General cheek the Da4ll 'Worker fes a sense of copsorship, .but i th
S Brownell and some of their staffs quick, people, and list the condem- sense that they will nT t perm
ill have been deceived by this bloc. nations and am no sort ok a heavy profanity and ob Ns l id1
-.,ight here it is vital to point out religioso, apart from a simple be- cy to run through the q ps- uw
tha while some of the bloc is lief in God.I hgte Communists, dcr the guise oalnews. I nw it'
bound up with the toughs, other --
ooliticrs involve simply wanted.
tc i otect their friends.
But these probes are Important.
OH. BABY-4URY DUTY-Little Merrit Splegel, 28 months old, to labor aswelas tothe adni s-
hrfnnvo fa tr thp bnqao e t .


of New York, brushes up on fine points of the law after.receiving
a summons to jury duty. Daddy Bernard Spiegel, 32, who served
as a juror only last year, thought. the summons was for him until
hia wife, Mildred, 27, discovered that Mern-t had been tapped for
the JOb. Merit 'wil be impneled when the Case of the I.issing
LoIllipop. comes to trial.


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thrown on the defensive, the faster
will the national AFL chiefs be
able to run them out-aus the Fed-
eration is attempting to do on the WASHINGTO-(NNA) -One of whose can
Ne* York waterfront. the .big problems Canadlan g y' of Maxim
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These probes are also vital to handling Igst" GobsenkA the fr, :pear Ja.tl
the opposition Democratic Party mer Russlau coda clerk who ,a- CAPi'/
since. some political leaders in both posed the Communist spy network, 'A.y dA
parties are being deceived into be- Is that h seems to want to. eaash u a goo
ir.g innocent fronts for the mobs in on his experience and beeme.A n v2ersa
a t1 may find their careers ruind another Louis F. Bud attack ofn
unless they discover their inad- As a former managiU editor of moved al
vertent role in he network. Vir- the Daily Worker who broke with Me Afie
tually all of them were brought the Commies Budens Is now eonW* eae tO'
into the picture by that handful sidered a leading authority on ant*'M.
of labor leaders who are business Commnisunm. '
coeratives using their locals to In the eight years since Gounes
give them influence and power and ko laid dhi 10 Soviet documents
proletarian standing as "crusad- before the. Royal Canpdian Moiat
ers". ed lice, he has been kept uerles *
close protection to prvett any
* Only President Eisenhower and Communist attempts to have Bnla
'-erbert Brownell can smash the murdered or to ij H.ai.
r .ngressional protection rin g. He has lived in at leastuI.B. il
Thvy can get the facts from Reps. feret. places. His a children
,Hoffman or Smith or their ex- aa. not to know er re name.
counsel. McKenna. Otherwise we Gouank is wMteto bas se-
have developed still another invisi. fused to dft b .S. e
ble government by infiltration. Internal .ier*w ,M q e,4S
(Copyright 1953, Post-Hall Syn. cause i. wM mamm._
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Quit In Rumpus

Over Segregation


Jack Dempsey Hints

Al Wedding Bells

With Rich Widow


ATHENS, Ga Dec 3 IUP' -- NEW YORK. Dec. 3 (UPI -
The editor and managing editor r Former heavyweight boxing
of the University of Georgia ati:- champion Jack Dempsey fle-v
dent newspaper resigned tod.vy.here from Chicago today and
protesting a facility censorshpil:inted that wedding bells m::v
set up alter they criticized the be sounding soon for himself:
Sr-regated school system. and a wealthy blonde widow.
Their resignations climaxed ia Dempsey said he and Mr-.
di.;pute with prominent Georgia Harmon Spencer Auguste. wno
political figure Rov V. Harris. n is reported to be worth 35 ril!
member ci the State Board ofion dollars "may talk about" a
regents who said they should bV.possible marriage.
stampedd out" of positions of "Right now I can't make an'
lIadershio for their 'radical" comments," he told reporto],
v '-v after his arrival
"''e newspaper. the Red andl Dempsey said he and the bt
BkcI. published an editorial attractivee widow of a New Yor i
voring the admission of Negroes banker had discussed marriage
to Georela colleges and criltcized !several times" .but were n.
tlit state's stand on segregation. formally engaged ...
earris countered by threaten- "We're old friends," he said
to&- to cut off the paper's anpro- "I've known her about 1f, veari
rltion unless it followed the Pid I krew her husband abo.t
pnt's policies and used his 25.years."
newspaper the weekly Au- Dempsey lifted his eyebrows In
S a Ceurier. to level a bar- apparent surprise when news-
S eof criticism at the Red and men told him of reports Mrs.
Bl1Ack editors. Autuste is worth 35 million.
Mitor Walter A. Lundv Jr. "Well. I don't know anything
Cairo. Ga. and managing editor about that." he Bald.
31 Ship of Marietta. Ga., su- The ex-puglllst formerly was
tatted their resignations today married to actress Hannah Wil-
protesting that the university liams..
refused to allow them. to public-
ly answer Harris' "criticism.
Monday the university put in-
to effect a plan calling for i.11
"controversial" material to be
submitted to a faculty-student
committee for clearance before o
being published.


Radish Record?
BRAZIL, Ind. (LT. P.I Harry
M. Buck f, Brazil claims some
kind of -a radish record after up-
rooting a 19Minch long oriental rad.
sh from his- garden. It tioped the
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Defendant Held For Ransom For Jir ity
0 -0" eN.C.,
COLUMBUS, Ga, Dec. 3 (UP) Columbus were charged with For hiSurl.
The kidnapping of a 20-year- the killing of Bush. Crawford m r his fat there
old woman for $15000 rmUom was reportOd contacted by me!r- County e Courtat
was reported today in an ap- bers of the Weaver family to appointed hour i answer to
parent sequel to an underworld at the Blakely jail. The Ledger 's hins f ourh uawe to
lt indVolvY4ng a $100.000 burl- Informant bald that he gave the! lHowever. Serff Tbh6ima'
an rth Weaer w nams of four persons who iMarshall decided that in view of
Mrs. Arthur Weaver, whoemight know something about tNorman's age five years old -.
husband's uncle k in Jal o0 A the reported abduction. he might be excused.
murder charge, was the report-
ad aboductUion vletim.
An anonymous caller reported
the kidnapping to the C mbusANA ON V RY
Ledger And the po/le depart- CANAL ZONE DELIVERY
ments of Columbus., Miliuee
County. Ga.. and CountOF ALL
Ala., were apparently working
on the case. But they would not
confirm there had been a kil-
naplnu. The FBI in Atlanta al-
so was watching the case.
Mrs. Weaver was reported to
hate vanished from her home
last mght alter she came home
with her hluband. from his fi-
nance company office. The in-
formzint told the Ledger that
Weaver was called downtown on
a Auuainess cial and when h.
returned ne found the house
idghLa on out his wife gone.
A'our' 7:30 a. m. tooazy, the
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ou3 telephone cauer demanded
that %,avet pay $16,00O "zor nib
witf's saie rembun.
Muscogee County Sheriff W.n
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Oizlcera agreed th ate In n-
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tae slaying Nov. 14 of James O.
Bush, an &Laoama police cnar-
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home of Hinry Crawtord at
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tiiatd Dy podce as Mrs. Weaver's '
relatvO a by marriage.
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DrawfOrd's house was being
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dated pat toe sientrift, to his
death. 'ihe slayfag wea.beilevecl
connected with a dimoute over.I
the split-uD of $100,000 tAken
in a safe-crackJg kt litiger-
. Ga., on Hall.wee ..night. THE WATCH' WI M M T TAT-lav ..muVmI.,
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LONDON. De.' 3 (JP) An
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smogs just as it tid for air raids.
An interim report by the com-
mittee studying the deadly pes-
soupra, said they were killing
more Londoners than the war-
time bit. and coating 25 millun
dollars annually.
The report called for'a anmo
warning systems thaguhout the
Wintry simllai *to l 5r1 ad
lerts. with hwain; broaeast
regularly to aras .where fog was
xpoeted to strike.

Balanced Supply,
Demand Forecast
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MORRISON FARMACA LON
Street NoONFurth of July
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No. 57


FOR SALE FOR SALE
FR" Household Automobiles
a OR ALt. -Mahogany bed. corn- FOR SALE:-1952 OllsmWobile Hy-
S plee, almost new. Call Panama dramatic, radio, 8,000 mile, fully
S 2-5133.5. Fourth of July Ave. insured, can be financed. Call Nav
S.- 3932, 7 to 3, or apply 2529-C.
FOR SALE--Black wicker solfa. with Cocoh after 4.
l lather seats. Excellent conditiOn. R SALE:-1947 Nash oor -
'T--k20 0C. Balboa 63841. FOR SALE:-1947 Nosh 4 Door S!-
-.,00. Balboo 6c dan. To highest bidder. May be
FOR SALE.-Will sell separately or seen Union Oil Company, La Boca
S.., mroplete bamboo six tron dtwo Road, 7 to 4:30. Tel. Balboa 1256.
S dr chairss 2 w/o arms, round
i-toP peu coffee table. double FOR SALE:-1951 H-illman convert-
dekr corner table over $60000 ible. Very good. 14,000 miles
S alue for $295.00. GE Deep Freeze Clean. Phone Tucker, Navy 2295
3 yj. old 8.3 cu tr. S295 00 FOR SALE:-1950 Nash State.man
1' Ch ane Trimmed Dining Table l& 895. 1953 Harley Davidson MaoJ-
4 Chaoirs Grey $199.00. value el "K" "Custom" 1947 Harey
S 595.00. Mahogarny Piano Bench Davidson "45" $375. All 3 in A-
a $25.00. anu Misc other effects. I shape and can be financed
Office 2-2386 Panama or see at Kells, Curundu Fire Station.
a house 29 Las Cumbres. -
SFhouse 29 L ing Cumbres.oom coucand FOR SALE:-1950 De Soto, radio.
FOR SALE -Livingroom couch and W-S tires, 4 door. Very good shape
m chair, mahogany diningroom set. $900. Phone 83-7187.
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FOR SALE RESORTS
Miscellaneoum wILLIAMu s.m. Cre bea C
iTATI I, toowt L ire. table, m.ernI
...q.TATIH~ FOR ...* near bee- = 5050 iep
tL.o.struchan o.i.ta.. qk. weekends.
Uecemoor 1. ld .Granlich Santa Clare eesh cottqes,
ts Nos. 53-105 on St. Thomas electric re.riveratu, g ".stove.
I St. John and a-4A,- oan at. tt rat& "41
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Virgin Islands
As noteu ..,ein lor each school and/
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S..-e of Territories
L.,.... tnt oat the Interior
Insular L... 1.i, UfIaCI of '1 li.Tol es.
iepar ii.... u the Interior,
Room L., .j interior Buitging,
Wail....,i-n 25, D. C.
Sealed kies in single copy for fur-
nishing oill labor, equipment, and
mateo...s and peitorming all work
for the project described herein
will be received until 3:00 p. m.
Atlanic taondird 'lime January 2U,
1954.
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Autoamobles


P cilph eanssdey Santeo
Clorq, So 45,= I Ph ne
Panama 3.18!7. I I.ll8. I
Housm or b Cltem. Alam |i
Phoe mrs bk lisN
of mo meflah__ it
Fpter's Cetiage. WOn mile past
Santo Clare. Peas bring yw
Fnens Phone tles 2.4180.

FOR RENT


ifourna I
OR RENT:-Furnishl two bedroom.
House ot Wetwood Famm. Suitabl I
two couples. Tel. Balboa 2756.
OR RENT:-House 29 In cool Los
Cumbres. 3 bedroom, ample land
fenced in. Unfurnlshed or with
stove, refrigerator, heater. Avail-
able immediately, phone 2262 Los
Cumbres or Panam 2.-2386 dur-
Ing days. I
JR RENT: Competely furnished
concrete chalet, 2 bedrooms, road I
facing Paitilla Airfield No. 109.
Cell 3-0553. I
OR RENT-H- ue- with two bed-I
rooms. Responsible pes on only
No. 34, Second Avenue, Son Fran-
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OR RENT.-Chalet; bil livingroom,
diningroom. 2 bedregowiwith baths.
kitchen, maid s quoftn, play room
downstairs, hot watnr Installation.
Available from peci ber 15th
Call Panama 3-1752.
OR RENT: Completely furnished
concrete chalet, 2 bedrooms, road
facing Paitillo Airfield No. 109.
Coll 3-05.53.
HALET FOR rtENT-Nicely furnish-
ed concrete chalet including elec-
Aric refrigerator, 2 bedrooms,
porch, diningroom, pqrlorr kitchen
Sl10. Suitable also faev 2 uples.
112 Via PoryIs. ,

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(police dog'. 2614-B. CocoI. FOR SALE .'-1949 Ford 8 Custom." eer I-suar Divii, St. -"hoas F
n Club Coupe. Good condition. Duty "Virgin Insulardis
S FOR SALE:-3 piece vingroom -set- paid. Best offer. Tel. 86-3272. rn ..eIpiny opened and red
a davenport. noy be bought sopa- .. -':r t
Stately, '51 Smith Corona script FOR SALE.-1949 Cadillac 4-door aloud. Fp
a portable typewriter Call 76-6283 model 62. Fully equipped. Priced
: Venetian blinds for new House type Tel. "86-2200. ________ vrial, bid guereetee, pade a be, plans
telephonetor $30, bed, fan, tables, etc. 2- osed contract documents ar open
FOR SALE:-3 pc. overstuffed set. 6418, Diable, 5719-A. tr public section at the onS ice
S 25 cycle, refrigerator, upholsteredF o.r
davenport. Rea.onab'le. See at FOR SALE :-1948 Pockard 4Door sion, Thomas L. Mooney, Charlotte
-'house 978' Apt. A, L Boa.. Sedan, new dark blue paint, blue Amalie, St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin
?, ... plastic upholstery, excellent engine. Islands, M. A. Dyer Company, 24
F;OR SALE:-2 livingroom large up- Call Quarry Hgts. 3274, or 4271. School Street, Boston, Maasachu- _
nolstered chairs, one child's crib, setts--- Lester M. Marx, -oo 2713 FO
one floor lcmp. One 9 x 12 rug, one FOR SALE:-Nah two dooor sedan, lr Building, Washingtono 25,
folding bed All in good condition radionew tires, good condition or on
nd resnobly priced. Tel. Pan- 425 Porto Bello St. Phone 2-4281. D. C.; A.G.C. Office I3 Con-
ama 3-2664 or see at 50th S AncOn builders Exchaone, 46 Northeast
a.. No. 30. uprscirs. ____ PRICE REDUCED. 1941 LinolF'Con- 6th Street, Miami, Florida; Hos-
e AE b lbd o rib lik oe imnental Convertible. $600. Qtra ing and Home Finonce Agency,
Play-pen: Telephone Panama 2t 242B. Rodman Navy 3590. r Room 313 N. Y. Department Store
50SE75 FOR SALE.-1951 Cu:h-an motor 8jilc.ng, 1064 Ponce de Leon.
S- .st ooter model 4. $150.00. Call Sanlurce. Puerto Rico; and F. W.
ioAR GAIN! Livngroom set consistng s3-293 or see at 8111-. M Dodge Corp., 119 West 40th St..
ofe 2 chairs. 1 fo. with scoring 2913 or seew York 18, N. Y.
cushions and plastic co~ers. Center iari__tF
table S95.00. I th street San FOR SALE.-Hillmcn convertible, ex- Plans and specifications may be prt-
Francisco No. 29. Tel. 3-5565 celleni condition. Can be finan- cured trom the office of M. A.
"Tribalcos ed. Phone Panama 3-2333 Q Dyer Company (Architects-Engi-c
FO0I SALE -Waihing machine, Eos FO RSALE-1952 Chevro:et, 2doo ieers at 24 School Street. Boston.
inmdrier Good condtlicn. Albrookl De Luxe with Pcwer Glide. In gcod Masa:huselts, upon deposit o fthe
SE -F102 Priced $55 00 condition. C Cin be fnoanced Quer- following: .
-R --... P '- 7o4n 27-B h Co-oli C. Z Christionsted Consolidated
FOR SALE. 4 burner gas stove, r "- .. 1 t-8 n ed_"'" ZSchool lElementary portion) $55.00
,2t.00. 89 Peru Avenue, up- FOR SALE:-1947 4 Dr. Pontioc se- LaVallee Elementary School 30 00-
tr,?. don, radio and lPat vAe Gocd Christiansted and LaVolle
ARGAIN) im piece bedroom set, condition., Duty pa. S Al together 65.00
Va & G. Te 3-1694 brook 86.3261-. f l ,. jqmp Modison, Robert r.
-_ l,___ l _ipn_ ,_ _.__,I tick, and James Monroe eE-
FOR SALE: -- Honduras mahogany rnenthry Schools together 40.00 .
tu Lfet and diningroom tab'e. Phone WANTED TO BUY CiLiz Bay Consolidated School 40.00 A
S 3-0538. ......... --_- East End Elementary School 30.00 A
S OR SALE -Native mahogany din- WANTED your refrigerator as 4 Hoi ce Mann Elementary
S ing table with exter-in. six dining trade-in oi o new Cros'ey Shelva-o School 30,00
chairs, porcelain top kitchen t ble dor. Cyrnus. Tivoli Crossing. 2- Eenria-nin Franklin Elementary
three seat bamboo divcn and chair ,i73. School 30 00
Sto match. beautiful not.ve mahog- WANTED;--Good used washirng ma- Ctjz Bay East End, Horace
any end tables with coffee table chine. 60 cjcle Phon- 35-'i08. ,
to match, new tank type swoeer -.. ... .. .--- Mann. and Benjamin Frank-
w th all attachments. four extra n tCg:,..er 65.00
long traverse rods for draw drapes. H All n.n nSrools together 10.00o U
venetian blinds for two bedom VV nIII Depost shall be only by certified Fi
malonry tye rottn e Experiencedmed to Canal Zonecook and chuk payable to the Treasurer of
msn txprencypmaidttoac.oknandwash; thd Unted States, which will be
2-180 or _pr'' ha. "/5282.Mar- recent referen:cs. Peru AVenLe No. reund tO bana fide bidden
-on Stiff, C -Cl Zc-Ie e re re refunded to bona fide bidden,
n l.-;i-t. l .. e 65. upstairs upon the return ot plons and sped-
FOt SALE -D ningroom, bedroom. tacallons in gcod condition within F
ove and rc'ri--rator, information thirty 130) calendar days from
.th Ea~t No 26, rirs. -M ISCELLANEOUS t sh. date of bid opining. A 1on1
GET READY FOR CHRISTMAS! ------ -- o bioder includes any person who
Moke just are small dcwn payment TRY our dahicioas genu ne Iilian submLfs a bid for a general c n-
no and we will de river your furniture Pizza Pie. Roavoli. Sphag:-tti trgc, but does not include a per- F
of once. Lovely livingroom sets. prepared by a Neaptcltan cook ir w o submits a quotation to
$195. Diningroom -ets. $125. our spotless kitchen bate e ou; thj nral contract bidders. Ti
Doble beds. -Hol;ywoad ) eyes. The price for one aorleri pwne who procure plans end
S com-te .F6. rhini clarets, S25 75 Cts. HANCOCK BAR. Centra. spe.i.t,ons, upon payment of
S Buffet. $25. Colls-. t-b'e, $19 Aenue No. 145. Tel. 2-302, ,nex t eiabove stated omouns, ond who
* Ju. .rece .edg nt-'l a- tmnt t Central Theotre saome sd Of do nqt Abriat df bid, seventy-five
sJze e toed gva o ....apMot street. private entrance for re- t751 per tent of the deposit
Vanities with mirrors, $38 and taurant. amrnowut will be refunded upon, the
Vni t "phir"r o .. s aret, hrocf in good canditon F1
many other borgairts in comnpltt.' rI.... isr 1 o
sets and individul pieces. We De you have g drink problem with thi rty 130 calendar ay.
accept your old furniture. Write Aklcaoles A moi e "fr dote .of bid opening. No
HOUSFHOLD FXCHA E 2031 Amnmon. C. Zre. will be made for return
HOUSEHOLD FXCHANGE I 2031 -- Ano aid 1.M 9 tm
FOR SALE -3 pier livingroom set, DR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic .S..eae.
S reasonable price. Coma No. 6.' Central Avenue "K" Street, cor- .
apartment 1. Colls la. Franci.col ner. Telephone 2-3479, Ponopa. E rn mpt be accompanied by ai
Filos. Vista -erneots. Tel.. 3-3790. AND SAWS h ed by preciiot orS bid ntyi n an
S FOR SALE: 2 mchogany choirs machine, 50 Cts. Saws Let 25 Cs. total'Mr bid.
two tone with ippers.. 2 matching Colle Estudiante 142. Phone 2- i 7 wocewsul bidder will be re-
hassocks. $25.00 each. Chinese, 4683. ______f I r l mnish a performance
chow table glass top. $20.00. 1 s in payment bond, each In I
kni.k-knack ccbin.t, glass front F C a veunt at 100 per cent ot
Coa te used as aquarium, 36 x FOR SALE the tct price.
25 2. solid mahogany, $ "25 --M l No bid may be withdrawn until F
00, Tet. 27.3-5129. House 2127. Rled ne thirty (30) calendar days after the
.. ..- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY scheduled Josing time for the re-
FQR SALE: Retr.otrator, almost 6FIM POR C hRANh NMS ALI ce.pt of bbds.
t ew. 6 cu. ft. $52 .00. Cas.a Sealed bids, for eopning o public. Th awa .r. nt serves nhe ri
S S.prtaon. Central No. 223, Caloi- illbe r ,lve until 10:30 ^A. M..I5owad contrct for n o ai
o. __________ December 8, 1953. in ihe office of schco anr. onh.e i
S FOR SALE:--. M. single bed with Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal- of the basic bid for each school n
r locow_ m oIve ra i cnd/ section or any combination
mattress, $15.00; pr 9 x 12 ct boa. for sale of four locomotive ril of schools nd/or sections or
01of schools and/of sections or
Won lop rugs. $20.00; other well road cranes. Invitation No. 35, wit h ... .
used furnishing. 1481-D, Dohr- full parteculars. may be obtained the alternate, whieaver c s Is
man streetD ot. Phone 2-3365. from the office fo Superintendent of ; te e interest fth tId
IStorehoues, telephone 2-1815. n thebestinterests of meUnt
FOR SALE FCR SALE:-Refrigerators, oir con- De cripties ef Work
*.. ditioners, washing machines, and The construction includes:
loaU & MOtOrf other household appliances repoir- Section A, St. Croix, Virgin Islands,
S" .. I.- '." .,u '.ed cheaply. Competent mechanics Project 53-504
S PRSAL-E ectric metor 40 H.P Workmanship guaranteed. Call 1. Christianted Consolidated School,
H. P. o clr H t.Ph smotarte Pen.20 Estudiante No. 142. Tel. 2-4683 1Elet.entory part) new con-
or'"% H. motors. Pane.. struction.
SBox. 16 Switches. 142 Colle E:- I r* "'n .
tudiente. phone 2-4683. iFOR SALE:-Air conditioning un,. 2. LaValle Elementary School, Bo-
Sp----e 2 HP for office or bedroom Can be terations and additions.
SFOR ALE seen working. $200 00. No. 28. sectionn B, St. Thomas, Vrgin Islands,
Sr E P Project 53-105.
51st street. Bella Vista. Prot 53"10".
2 tt ol Est~ate -Alteations and additions te:-
SReal slate James Madison Elementary
SThe ideal Christmas gift for the# W ant POStiOn 2 o.
S family. On butul lot in Go W nted Pos 2. obert Herrick Elementary
S Heights, orw black from the ocan Bilingual Acoiuntaat-Secretary Ch.- s Mo*l Ee
Ct ve reo-c-Ae price. TmwnLif ness Panomanian. excellent refer. 3 James Monro Elementary F
dgs*r Co fElle, Panama 2- n, sound experience, desires t Schol.
02p. position Pacific Side Addre JW Section C. St. John, Virgin Islands,
gI Paf 267 Col ddn. dProject 53-105.
W ANTED .1. cru..ay Consodated Schel,
W ANTE SAtllie meture West Indian omon new construction.
T with good n nte re e dsires 2. Est End Elementary Sch ol,
r I .she dy work a laundress & house- at1l cn. ?
WANTD UntrL n .hed house. worke. Former employer at Pan- 3. Hora e Menn Elementary
Sadr&m.ri_ He'ghts. Relae lm 2-3901 wil take S l, n n otrurtiri.
t- -. lIr).. a _mple rent. or wre Box S. Core of Panama 4. Benjamin klin lemn- tp a
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B9ick 44w Rivier.
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ChMoe. Oak 4-door
SOdaN P. 0., new
tires, plastic seat
covers, radio, daf
gray, $1,415.00.
Buikk R. M. 4.dor
Seda, adio, plastic
seat covers, ae4 g
agrees, 391o.0. y
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Buick Spec. -door,
nteriw r new tis,
plastic seat covers,
black, $1,195.00. I
Buick Sup. Riviera
Coupe Dynaflow,
radio, plastic seat
covers, new WSW
tires, black body
with gray top,
$1,325.00. -
Nash "600" 4.door
Sedai, red leather
intorlorL new tires, |
black, $875.00.
Nash Statesmian, I
plastic covers,
good tires,
T. T. green, I
$1,025.00.
Willys Station
Wagon, new tires
Ex. condition,
brown, $1,075.00.
Buick Super 4-doobr
Sedan, plastic Seat.
covers, new ires,
light blue,
$1,295.00. I


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Vldem 2. 4 rnd 5 rooms, frnIshed
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aernt. Hot water hearer. Avenida
(ube 58. Telephone 2-.1227 1950Q
OR ti'NT :-Apdrtmenr, 2 bedroom
diningrciamn and sitting room, at l
13th St., San Francisco. Phone
Balboa 1464. -"" oV I1
FOR RENT-2 bedroom apartment 19
In Bella Vista,. Call Panama 2.-
2601. r 1il
FOR RENT-Two bedroom apartments a
furnture for sale. House, I11th
Apt. 2, 48th St. Bella Vista.
OR RENT:,-3 bedro epartmn 21 1951
bathroom, livingroem, diningrtoD,
gorogp, maid's room, No. V, N .-o
lembia street. II

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, ment at sea side corner, unfurnlsh- I
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FOR RENT.-Apartment in building Il
one block from El Ponome Hotet.
Two bedrooms, living and dining- I
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Grey report to studo at the
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movietown seafood etery.

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wO lVie Mature, who rou to fame the USO-JWB Club Monday at
w Sow what a hunk oat sahe1 8: 15 p. m. TROPICAL
n a in '"One Millim, BC," back They an Zlettra Marono-, .
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SNWT NI! lows; One of e Bst Iandlan PiCture
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Refuse To Attend Meeting Cardinals Pull

When Lawyer Is Barred Biggest Deal
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By CARL 1.UNDQI'IST A la
United Press Sports Writer

ATLANTA Ga.. Dec. 3 The 16 major league
pl*-er representatives, who flew in from all sections ATLANTA.,uisOaarDec. 3 (UP)-e
ofthe nation for a historic meeting with Commis- the biggest deal of the manjor-
mmor league sessions by iend-
sioher Ford Frick. revolted yesterday and refused ing an estimated $75,000 and,
to'iAtend it w hen he barred their lawyer. J. Norman pitcher Jack Crimian to Cncn-
nati for shortstop Alex Gram-
Le~vis. mas. Grammas hit .307 for Kan-
sas City las season and was rat-
T players first met and decid out legal representatives," Kin- ed one of the most promising
ed teat they would hate to hate er said. "We feel that is ridlcu- young infielders in the Amerl-
SL&* 'or thr) would refuse to at- lous. can Association.
tendl 1e league representates. "I hase no idea how this imf
pitcibr Allie Reynolds of the Yan- passe is going to be broken. But The Milwaukee Braves releas-
kee4 and outfielder Ralph Kiner .[l of the players are behind us ed catcher Paul Burris and in-
of the Cubs went to Frick and del- iinnnimously. We feel that this fielder Harry Hanebrink to their
ivered their ultimatum pon-inn plan is one of the most Toledo farm club, and former
Ft ck refused to change his tr things we ever have under- St. Louis Browns manager Luke -
atanT and Remnold. and Kiner re- taken Sewell was named to pilot Tor-
turBd to their hotel anO met aith "And in 1956 when a new con-"onto of the Ir.ternational League-
the theirr 14 repre-entatI es for tract will be signed for World Se- next season. Sewell replaces BUr-
sevital hours. rie' radio and television rights, leigh Grimes.
'We prepared a statement for there should be a substantial in-
thtweommissioner which we del- crease in it. We want it properly Other blg league development THREE-PRONCiE na
iveed to him, signed by all 16 .dmin lered. And we're ball play- saw the Detroit Tigers sign for- at Notre Dame iniouth
of vs," Kiner said. ers-not business men. That is why I me catcher Rick Ferrell as scout werck, left, battled him fo
"rT. Frick has declined to meet %e nedd the help of-counsel. for the Carolina area. And Pitts- ---
witus, with our attorney pre- Reynolds emphasized that "this burgh signed 18-year-old Larry
sen"' Kiner said We have there. %a. the first time in history that Hill-a pitcher and outfielder- D
forf decided that inasmuch as the the 16 representatives from the for their Dublin. Georgia team. .
eonaaissioner specified that the ma lr leapne clubs had been able In minor league action: IM h
meomng would deal with the pen tu meet and discuss "our common, Po., North Carolina took the
sio plan we probably would be irohlems' and that never before franchise surrendered by Raletgh
unDe to discuss the matter ef. had the players held such a nit-in the Class B Carolina League:; T
fecw ly without the ad ice Of our ed pkitin." Lancaster. Pennsylvania was ad- me
attaev. T hey have their lawyers we L e as he eighth teamtr Is the wa I
"*e believe the step we have want ours. he said. "We alsoclass B. Piedmont League, and
takes is a constructive one for the want to establish some continuity te .y ooP voted to operate ,
betVt of all major league play- in this program. Five years from an the Sallght-tey oop vocircuit on 1954.perate
ersAnd the player representsa- now T us of us who are her may The an Francisco Seala Of the
tiv>t-once again want to state not be in baseball. That's whyv we Th e San Francisco Seals ofac e Co'
Pit.d acif oast League face the
the confidence in the commis- need an outside man to ad minis- 1954 season without a ball k.
sic .r's office and in his integri- ter this on a permanent basis. But he Coast League board o i
ty.t s ent I fs th mn saion- rectors have refused to sign on
After reading the statement, "ii sessiors wlitl the commi son a five-year lease on Seals Sta-
Kiner said "there will be no fur- en. dium unless they are guaranteed (Tuesday Niht)
the. meeung-we are all going er said that "we are not they will collect payment. anEAST
home." ftancisco President Damon Mu-
Frick would make no immedaite ing to disclose how Lewis is begin .pr calls It. "an outrtaht attemnt tale 81, Sringfield 6..
comment on the reelt but said paid or hro, much but I can teul l.. m l aue -directors tFrdli- m ,AdeliA.
cotentonth reeb s .ou all hI of us are in accord withy some league recrs o m 1 Adep .-,
that he would hold a pre cn- -. f ll freeze us out ownership ot the Ck.iaemlieut 90, Rhode alall
ference later toda. to clarify the t e pla.' SeaIals .-roe denee 75, Brown .,.
stand-of the teo malor league. The player representatives also S... _______ n (_n),,
The two league presidents, Will'oted to mk the terms of t Daiz.Elka Sh
Harrdge of the American and elected men for two years with sD I Ivavila1 | al92,
Warren C. Giles of the National paver to be electe or re-ee Pittsburgh Steelers-s
also are expected to attend. Both on odd ears on the May 15 cut A person Breaddus 1, dt"a
were on hand at the sessinn this down date in player rosters. T7he1 ,n er8Givests7p (4 U 7'
m i when Lew i a barred leag ue representatives w i I I bell Sat.eIL ,
It mri awsh ir Agbrred a se i Owner Gives Coach 3 &t.,- (N).,,,, 1, Wtt,
Rier and Reynolds emphasized elected at the All-.Star game of V te Confidence
Ittheir qurrelwas not %ith the tha', 3ear. IVttsteblargh 73, Utio 60,.
commissioner but with the club H irtwtt 86, Ibrt Wee
"They feel that the commis- nCUentenario o PITTSBURGH, Dec. 3 (UP)- soWTH
sloner's offhe should reserve the IThe president of the Pittsburgh N.C. State 10, FPrman '14.
.t to bring in any group wi- Tiurnament Priz 'teele ftbal te am huslven Tunne m 1 Wfd 6.
-- tournament riZe coach Joe Bach a vote of con Wae W er rt Astr hlqofd
fidence. VanderbUt 76, tWSeanee .9
i ti aur A rRooneysaysBach doesn't Aub Itnham UI
South Atlantic distribution Saturday h toworry about his^ ob even e .
o r te he though the Steelers show only "iddle% %n.. M Na*eMi KIr
Lague To Be Pries for the winners of the four wins and six losses. Rooney tueky.59.
-"Cincuentenario" Golf nur- says- .- Murray.J)94, 'EnvmaLvDe I
.. : nament which was held Now. I Georgetown (K1y). CIcmi
STeam Circuit at the Panama Golf Club will "Joe Is workli* hard. I have Blitse 54.
he distributed Saturday night, never given a thought to re- Camp Gordon (Ga) 10%, K5
AWANTA. Dec. 3 (UP)- Snuth Dec. 5, during a dance at the placing him .L
Iltantic League President T)ick clubhouse of the Panama Golf Cleveland. which has clinched Deltas.(Miss) State 7., Arks
3utLer said today they Sally defi.; Club. the Eastern Division title, sla A&M L5
litely mill be an ei-ht team loop Awards for the Durin, and making Commlssioner Bert Bell New L etlNlLoyola $1, Net
text year but left the door open Espino.a-Martinz tournaments eat a pre-season prediction. Bedl eas"t W _4
o-.Charleston. S C and Green- will also be given. figured every team would lose at ,is. P RWOW es
'ille, S. C.. in 195.. Lids Azearraga and his orch- least three games. The Browns e ** at S -. _meu
Both te3im. have made plans to estra will provide the music, have swept their first 10 with Grifds LP a r Ids
'e-enter the circuit in 1955. he said New York and Philadelphia to l .
0"eenville lMai(,r Kenneth Cass A play. The Chicago Bears havy RIell
in I club official Sam Roane met Bll I d K afl U Wn ri ,itp.i twn CMhinna unBeatn .--. ..-.
g ILa u w es finished two seasons unbeaten L j. m S


vift Sally official tor'.v to make 'I vmLWN w....-.
f formal request to enter the loop
or theI t5 ea on r the ftrepare To Dissolve
A M White. an official of the
'hnrleston te:ni. ined rButler that
'r*lesion hano) alternativeoth-. laYer Pe in Pla
rr than to devr ni. our efforts to. P, ei r Pe W s ionm Pa
vard.entering the league in 1935 ,
Boit teams had hoped to be in ATLANTA Dec. 3 (UP)
her Sally this coming season but Baseball Commissioner Ford
butler said it %as impossible to Frick says he called the 16 ma-
iake ~satisfactor. arrangements jor league player representa-
sr i e enle -rement to a 10-team tives together today to give
suag in time. I them an important warning,
GTecrville dropped out of the Frick says he planned to warm
*egue following the 1920 season the player representatives that
nd Charleston pulled out follow- major league owners had pre-
ag last season because of finan- pared legislation to dissolve
tWI difficulties the players' multi-million dol-
Neither town plans to-operate a lar pension plan.
all club in 1914. Butler said, and. Earlier yesterday, the player
'rreenville plans to withdraw its representatives refused to meet
pplicalion from the class B Tri- ith Frick when the commis-
tire Lague. sioner would not allow an at-
Bittler said league officials to- torne. for the players to at-
my decided t. revert to the old tend the meeting. Frick says
yatem for the annual all-utar the owners' legislation to wipe
ame whereby a team of elected' out the pension plan is on the
Il-stars would play the team lead- agenda for the major league
ag the league at the halfway, meetings in New York starting
Uak. next week.


ll F N E. Marron helps workmen get an
l- zd or -through a window in Miami, Flsa. where it
W.iA~nft'sn lAW..to be mounted. Matron caught this largest
atgWI.F g". etIqu.que after a battle that listed an
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but it was a jinx for them. The
Bears lost both championship
games.
Turning to facts and figures, a
late release shows Otto Orn-
ham of CWeend astlU leads In
passing. Graham has completed
64-pont-t. Of his passes. Joe M
Perry of Baa Francisco leads
rushers with Br7-yards. Lou Gro-
za of Cleveland leads In scoring g
with 85 points. Groza has tied g
his own season record of 19 field C
goals.
Elsewhere In pro football. Buf- C
falo, New Tork may bid for a M
National League franchise. Bu!- =i
falo busiehnsmen will meet tro-
day to caisider joining the (C
lce?. ue next year or perhaps In C
1955. Buffalo was a member of
the old All American Confer- 1
ence. 9
Los Angele s says two rookies 8
just out of service will be signed
Saturday to replace Ben Ags- 7
janian and guard Harry Thomp- I
son. They gre-center Bob Grift-
fin of Arkansas and end GnOe A
Lipscomb- who tlever played col-
lege ball..Agaspian has retired,
and Thoopson was released.

nlenrllmMl League;

Refuses Appalon I

By I m d (Ilub
ATLANTA, Dec. 3 (UP)- The 1
International Le4age has turned
down an application by Rich-
mond, Virginia for a franchise In
1954.
The Intenai.e ia Lemague own-
ers--meeting at Atlanta-refused
the application after Richmond
businessmen failed to reach an
agreement on what to do with
the city's Pledmlnt League fran-
chise.
IndustriaJist Barry 8lebold
had offered Eddie Mooers $200,-
000 for Riehmand's Pledmbnt
League franbise land ball park.
Selbold plamned to renovate the
ball park and Ininre the seat-
ing capacity to bring It up to the
International Leage's Triple-A
standards. Bowetr, Mooers
turned down t odoer.
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the people of metnlad will not
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TOLEDO, 0,, pec. 3-(NEA)-
Carmn asllo had just floored
Johnny Cunningham for the
fourth time and, now the referee
was moving In to stop it.
A ringstoer got up and shook
hi ea as he walked for the
exit.
'Why is it," he asked the one
with nim, "that. this Jimmy
Carter can go around and lose
fights to somebody ni;e this Cun-
ningham? I can't imagine a
champion of the world not being
able to stiffen this guy."
As the fellow talked, Cunning-
* ham, the Baltimore garbage man j
who holds a 10-round decision '
over Lightweight Champion Car-
ter; wap woouly leaving the ring
after his knockout on Ray Arc- 4
el's Saturday Night Fights. t
Two months before, he had
shocked the boxing business with
a victory over Carter Ih Miami,
Fla.
Cunningham is just another
example of the helpless feeling
you get watching James J. Car-
ter In a losing fight. It's like be-
Ing stuck in a traffic jam with
a high-powered car. The vehicle
is there, It's got gas in the tank
-but it Just can't get going.
Since, May 35, 1951, when
Carter. won the championship'
with a 15-round knockout of Ike
Williams, he has lost six fights
and been held to two draws. On
one of his losses--to Lauro alsa
-the title went with it. He won
a return from Salas to get his
crown back. He has lost 16 bouts
in his entire career and been
held to eight draws.
Yet carter Is spoken of in the CNVNCIINO W- W ea
same breath as Kid Otvilan. In IIw i@le fis the l
his title fights this year, Carter Jimmy Carter skows the
knocked Tommy cdlls down 10 of a ehapples. (NF A) .w i -'
times in a Boston massacre, "
methodically char4 and chop-
ped down Oerge Araujo in 1 Carter lot to Savole and
rounds and stuck Armond Savoie up a big Montreal pay
In the deep-free with a mingle Thkt battle, S set up a
rlght hand. punch In Mpntreal. Pay night l st Collins. Aa
etween these devastating was a true challenger on
showings', deadlpnned Carter but Che has been
has lot three bouts and been the spotht because o his
held to a draw. cialon over the champ.
It I easy to find an anaser to "
the Carter riddle. You don'ihave Carter went through some
to looI ny further than his next years in the ring business
championship match which now* forced his man
appears to be a San Francisco Ketchum, to berow ,
d lMttt bee wsOs

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they remember Carter losing to Pos, but brfaBh show
Art Ar low ad haves and, a- ror a non-we Whi in'
laR and held to a draw by more than average shape,
Babe Herman. People on the leas and with ltig neeCuVtLvp.&
coast and herb tI the piece Those ndn-title losses d*I
which put the pusle together- mean a thing.
wil turn out in large number: ddle Chavet and the wiv
for a Carter-Chaes fight. tion's television fans who will aGi/
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cause l the lightweight out In February. -
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Truce Talks

In Indochina

PARIS. Dec. 3 (UP) France "Let the people AOS tw traft =ta e country is safe" Abrahanm Lincoln.
today awaited a reply to its In-
v ion to the Communist Vle WENTY-N YEAR PANAMA' 3. ., TURSDA DECEMBER 3, 113 ,IV, CENTS
inh to submit through officialR.... ,, DECEMBE
angels suggestions for an ar-
Mnistice to end the Indochina B
war.
in a communique last night m
dilons for ending the fighting Cl eg n
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plans to take no further initia- WASHINGTON, Dec. 3. (VP)- dent and McCarthy, and I'm elate were kept-on the govern- 'The new Information was eit-
ve for the present beside this Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy sad to- keeping out of t." met payroll after they were ted to be disclosed at a pub-
plain invitation to the Indo- day it is "ridiculous and nrue" The conflict started lat week linked by FBI repoIt to Soviet U. hearing. PFormer Secretary of
iew expressed unofficially. Eenhower s leaderanip of the broadcast replying to former Chairman Wlliam W. Jenner invited to epla why the three
The communique, issued oP Repuabilean Party President Truman's defense of (R.-Ind.) of the Seato Internal were retained ter the FBI re-
the eve of the Big Three Bermu- Th e Wisconsin Repti'4tican the Democratic administration eurity Subcotmmittee, received ports but Jenner said Snyder had
fa conference, said the French aded, however, that' .e .)iec' rlihandling of suspected spies In Information from the Justice De- sent word le probably would be
tovernmert would examine any ticize his party when h thinks government. apartment stating the dates that unable to attend
plrnmunist truce proposals with t is makinmistake. j McCarthy concluded then by BI reports on Virnlus Frank
View to possible future nego- He also seod pat i inseestin attacking the Eisenhower ad- Coe, Solomon Adler and Victor Yesterd t -.Wllam Ludwlh tTII
Alations to end the seven-year- that the WUiseo states shni administration, too. He Imni ed Perle wuere sent to. the .White Ullman, lnd the.FB to the othe ho
war cut off American aid to any that ts own loyalty program was House and too government offl- Harry Dexter W te t spy" ri their duties
ar. county shipping goods to Corn- too-weak and that it was too soft clals. refused to tell enate investlga- t ue t.
S The official reply apparel munist China. toward its allies. The subcommittee hs stated tori whether he eve was a Corn- studentaol*
as pomptfed b a Swedish It wa McCarthy's remarks on IMeanwhile, Senate' invest previously that ex-Red-informers munist or a eapsonage agent. rih
was prompted by a Sthis and other issues in a Uk- ators today premed to show named the three is "p rtilpant. UUiman. one-tuf Army major nat.0;: l, to
newspaper interview uotin tionally broadcast speech as that three more T iW, offl- in the Communlta eq raacy." and former reasury official, row: JodeA-mAi'g6in M I
AFIetmlnh leader Ho Chi MI irh week which were widely ter- -- -..talked frm Suwih the Senate tulte AI] o_
aS saying he was ready to dis- preted as a challenge to the El- Internal Securit subcommittee Albetto 1. M o
wat an armistice if France senhower administration. about the government jobs he -ardW a Mtos A.. &AIa
ade the first move. Secretary of State John Foster held fr,oi* 93 to 1947. But he .
The communique was issued Dulles in a formal statet balked every time he was asked
ortv before Premier seph Tuesday said Me arthy s at- about his alleged Red connec-
Antel's departu re for Bermuda, tia ."ihue 7 t..Lhedi
r he will confe with r- foreignpolicy U Dulles said. th e tio- ts.
*ere he will confer with Pre- United States would not follow Du Id War II, Ullnan
it Eisen hower and Prih e a "blustering and domineering" l rose to a kf o ajaor In tne
Witnister Winston Churchill. foreign policy with its acio soes. rOB itO e2run 5or mal SrS5n t
"On two occasi ons before," the foreignpolicy withits a llies. dl Corp sih wa st-
communique said, "the French* President Edsea bwer follow- Most ofd the Pex Ing o f Un.
government has made known it,. ed Up the Du ies statement- m inv aedteal oef Ella- U ,. e
ffotUaion regarding problenis of yesterday by saying he was "in be Bntey tfei Communis
;he cebsation of hostilities in In- full accord" with the Secretary courier. He refudt t to commentnnt ta
dochina. It is possible for the of State. cAmowieaoekre euu tAlo m Th r LItg
Vetm inh to mak known their The President said this coun- .her testimo ny tiat rhie e-. ataBsti
own via an official channel, try will not use coercion on oth- trains on to RU lAa gaentfv. to s 1omou1314
d. a er free nations. He alded that he o toa*sm-gin reatod Ruslsan hagSent.wheth1 l$ 1ti.-dt
"In agreement with the As- hopes the Republicans win sup- He also refid t ay wheth tr
members of the French Union, campaigns by acting a "pro- used it to hOto6rap o weSer Sfha- .-
they would be examined in the gressive, dynamic" legislative a eO doc \fedhln I Wash-
Wpirit of doing all possible to program. Agolhome he r with)a
reestablish a durable peace as- Mr. Eisenhower did not oppose al, Greg or 8 IO
searing the independence of further congressional exposes ofbether he ever reel v
these states and also the litber Communist infiltration of the maqts froee oe or araA
ty and security of their citi- governmeht during past Demo ser, or transmitted Informathati
ns crati regimes But he said he to LI .dhin Currie, once ILhte
'hopes that by next year there 1House-aide of the late PFu &t
France's eagerness to end the no longer will be any fear that Roosevelt
war which has cost it 147.000 Reds are"actively undermining" VIITING US ECONOMIST id pal rgp l tl 'ta 'T
*aualties and some 10 billionn the government. addressed a large group of students d others.Interested" 1 r.- ryoe aTnchl..'
Liars, has ben- stated twice in McCarthy released a 600-word bor-manawe nt relations last o r ht at the d3Ia steo a ~- tS g
.wne- ov rd P anamas relational nlaslt high at the o: r o1-01
tpe past month by Lanlel. at f uor whchn d i e nans es itl kr-
the furor which he hadkicked oir 'Skylkrk'

s isx Monthsa i* hc payes aost fa Hanna Will Lecture Tomorrow At Guild Workshop
campaigning for Mr. Elsen- or
wI%."I would do the same again as Guild's roduCtion iof
I have a great deal of adirea- Negro Life culture n US wll be proheld ton
T tion for the President and thin 7:30 p.m. a the 's Pi o
Tffi Deaths he has an excellent record for ao- shop at Aneen.
the timeohe s en in office,"er
CHICAGO, Dec. 3 (UP) -The McCarthy said. Hiltt E. Hanna, visiting U.V. with management than by at- 8 amson Raphaelso .$t
National Safety Council said Republicans felt today that labor and economic specialist tempting to take over the bual- Gertrude Lawrence .t f
-0 da os American motorists have Mr. Eienhower has given them a who dressed an enthusiastic ne or Industry. For nearly an Gertrude Lawrence
I "fighting chance" to end AS T'free hand to flail Democrats on group of Law School students at hour Hanna answered the ques- the origillyo scheduled
h reduction in the number the Comunlts-in-overnmet Panam's National Unverl Uns fired at him by thy inter- tion of '"Detectivettrro.tn.
Shighway deaths over last issue but has serve notice he last night, will speak to the gen-ested studentsand even when he There are teO roles fUIx J sE
t highway dea over will vigorously defend his own eral public in Spanish in the was leaving the building he and four women to.
ar 10month report, administration against any Red- main auditorium of the Unlver found himself urrounde Skylark. Thed l s 0
on Itns a sa0dmo report, the a coddling charges from McCarthy. sity tomorrow at 8 p.m. on "The eager students seeking informs-Capt. John xt iak e
verls inci ease in high s an That was the interpretation Negro in the Life and Culture of tion. eeuled to be pnced by th- e't
rll incres of about onehighwa placed by OP congressmen and the United States" as part of the Hanna, who Is visiting PanamA of January.
lThere of a good an e political strategists on the care- regular "Viernes Culturales" pro- for one week during his three- Anyone int ated ln We)
cThere is a good cht e for fully-worded statement which grams of the University. The month tour under sonsorship of on the technlo work i
achieving a reducti for the the President read to his news University has extended a car- the U.S. Department of i tate n- is asked to come to tryout.
;ear, a council spokesman said, conference yesterday, dial invitation to the general ternatlonal Education Exchange
and the answer to that is in Speaker Joseph W. Martin Jr. public to hear Hanna tomorrow Program, spoke at noon today at
:-ow motorists drive during the House Republican whip Leslie C night the Cristobal-Colon Rqtarv yu W k
teacherous winter weather'r and Arends. Republican Natiopal meeting held on the Atlantic
during the Christmas-New Year Chairman Leonard W. Hall and Hanns last night outlined side. In the afternoon he was.to THOMPSOV Cipa.(Ti
2ol4day season." other GOP leaders praised Mr. briefly to the students the main meet with members of the local William Mc wlas
Eisenhower's stand In cautiously points of the labor movement in press at the home of United when he ds]
If such a reduction Is accom- general terms. But they shied the United States, allowing am- States Information Service a bank a
plished, the council said, it away from any direct comment pie time'for a lively question and lic Affairs Officer William 0, about. 'e :h
.rould be the first in threeion the conflict between Mr. El- answer-period. He explained that Arey, Jr.-e-li
-pears. senhower and McCarthy. organized labor in the United Since arriving in Panamaidk i;d.V
The spoksetnuan said a "sicken One OOP senator expressed States long ago decided that the Monday, Hanna ha, visited sey- a earne -
ing y steady uward trend" was what seems to be the prevailing best interests of its members eral Panami officials and has
hailed in May and a stalemate attitude: could be more effectively served conferred with local labor lead-
.has existed since then. "That's between the Presi- by cooperating and bargaining ers. The purpose of the t
He said that traffic deaths -which has carried Hanna to aye-
ncreased about 5 per cent for eral South American outri
the first four months, but de- And which will take m to Mt.
eased about one per cent the ico on Saturday, is to study E
next six months. bor conditions and to excha..-
views on labor management
- 'the ten-month total of fata- problems.
was 31,060 as compared to A
'_ A70 for the first 10 months of aTen Ittv of a

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