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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: AA00010883:01796
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CONGESTION AND CONGLOMERATIONS E bewonihth e8^ dad tobemde
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by "A Fainted customer" pertaining to the conditions at the cf the unions. Ito hin, infact, said eptaI
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he knows about the congestion and conglomerations that have President Eisenhower is playing Be
taken place, there. But. the "swivelchair" bosses are the ones strictly neutral. r
who refuse to do anything about it. Despirinte the cone fusion in the o
We, of the community, would like to know what is going itn Houseyr the sing majormy reign


be done during the Christmas rush. Will our wives have t ion of oMartiff Dorkn faom tea t
e Another beautiful sight is the area ro of this Commis stanet palace feu ig of two end
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gra etcetera Ths areis typical of th arguments about which Eisen hower has workeaid out def- the
division clean the drains I the towost ar., Z White House, now thaby t peace
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and four big cars operating. llappear (thirisi now s.ncluds.es the Division of heaval.
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who refuse toen lessan than about$100 wit. e b. ItDesps a eau te the confusion t pren
Weiht tof the communityent, would have handled th ormy resigna-
beons oe aduringt th nge a th win be done about these ve cond- s(eei stalemate. He erein I f .
ostle and climb over sugar, rice and maybe o there men's wiv L r Seretaryship and ith e-
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division clean the drains Inythe t, Rw site.i out for poltbemse'yve y dingle te
Check with the animation iis answer ththeey will refe o come' naturally to him. he
to tsk uaChrst c heer drive Mainr the r r ision and indicated wh det first retur ned
asthey will refer youd to the PaGrounds Maintenance; then Atry the from Eu pe and met with a group '
Grounds Maintenance and the cycle is started all over s again. of scores pondents long before s
No*,E try checking to see which division should keep the er ex-oresident Truman had sead-A;




area In front of the Commissary clear of grass and water holes ed the mills n themlast lstee d
hand four big car hs will appear (i e .ow includes the Division of heaval. e ld
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e This a "peal Is very famiiar throughout the world wherever Last Apenl, two powererl Vdons,
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LE TAX SUIT.INQUIRY Angeles ana hresno, Talf., ad at wo nt very happy) M> "O aoi. a in rk
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A Massachusetts Institute of the Republicans have rot got
" Tez:hnology scientist Id today the "new look" mf=ltry plans
solar energy hab been developed they confidently exoeeted from
as America's "ace in the hole" to the Joint Chiefs of Staff who
rep-'ce pre-sent power sources in were Installed In the Pentagon
an emergency. last summer.
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S aid the virtually unlimited en- chairman of the Joint Chiefs.
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ed right away" if present power the new chiefs have substantial-
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itarv forces called for by their
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the Future. He headed a discus- turnover in the nation's top mll-
sion troup on 'unconventional" itary leadership on grounds.thet
energyy sources. the "old" Joint Chiefs were- too!
closely allied with Truman ad-
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build a solar power plant, he OOP hope that some less expein-
said poalatiai out that thJl I sunM' sive strateer could be devised by
energy already has.beerltaccess- a "new look-"
fully tapped'to heat houses. Radford discussed the new
Hottel sald scientists now are, chiefs' work publicly for the first
seeking to dpyelf a "photoceUll" time in a New York speech last
which coUld "generate owetr night before the American Ord-'
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Red China Envoy considered it absolutely manda-
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NEW YORK, Dec. 4 (UP)- overnight be."
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representative of the govern- i
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to walk the streets of New York H ; T Ip'
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all councilmen except two who _VYOPT'a .s. iDt i is in-
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id not voe. .fil on charges Of abusing his
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'y the possibility that Red Prou
.China might some day be re- Mustafa p ahmy, former chief
present s 1 the United atioms, legieer of toe'-W palace-s,'
whie iits headquarts w chaen-gi e weth o w da -inet.-
ret y ofStalte John oue. atthe epn" eof t City of
Diles., U. N. delat eA e f roads cost appolntely
Cabot LodgS, and U. N. Bem- p$1m.
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FOR.SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS V FOR SALE D
Household Automobiles TRY our d.elicous genuine Italian Gamlih Santa Clt a q Au o Pz -, B
FOR SALE:-3 piece livingroom set. FOR SALE:-1951 Hillman convert- prepared by a Neapolitan cook in moderate votes. Phone 6441 orCT' '
davenport, may be bought sepa- ,ble. Very good. 14,000 miles. our spotless kitchen before your 4-567.- i'ntt'.
rately; '51 Smith Corona script Cleoa Phone Tucker, Navy 2295 eyes. The price for owner order Is aIil Wt.L
portable typewriter. Call 76-6283. FOR SALEE:-1950 Nash Statesmnan 75 Cts. HANCOCK BAR. Central a k 435 SamleS.
FOR SALE:- pc. overstuffed set. 895. 1953 Harley Davidson Mod- Avenue N. 145, Tel. 2-3002 next 3.1877.till
25 cycle, refrigerator. upholstered elK "CK Utom" 194n7 Harey to rat Cen etral Theatre, soSide of -- --a carneIu.b . ."
davenport. Reasonable. See at Davdson 45" 37. ACodill 3 inA- street, private entrance for Lre- L N IA Sm bea"c h Cwk . 1-11-2 i


Tribaldos. L I shape and cn be finanequpp ced. au nernt. inTelephone 2.3479, Pona t
FOR SALE: 4 burner gas stove o Kell. Curundu Fire Sttion. e your wife or duhter prs- nea Blboa 30 excep


ARGAI$25.00.N Livingroom set consisting ue. up- Tel. 86-20. nt of Swss "EIn" elect sewn weekends.____ ______
of 2 chairs. 1 sofa, with spring FOR SALE.-1949 Ford 8 Custom Write A e gs o-n y v B ox. C.- ----t e R1..le. l I
cushions. and plastic covers. Center Club Coupe. Good condition. Duty 2031 Amee. "C. Go Fi' u e i -u 2lCle0
table $95.00. 11th street Sann paid. Best offer. Tel 86-32t72. DL WENDEHAiE. ke dicl93 Clinic. FOR RENT brt your
Francisco No. 29. Tel. P3-5565 FOR SALE:1949 Cadillac 4-door Central Avenue -'K" Street, c& 2P1.
05Tribalos. PRICE REodel 62. Full equipped. Princoln r. TelephonCon2-3479,- on WILLIAM SantOl or bech Cot-
FOR SALE: 4 burner gas dstae to sell..oQtrs. 55-Albrke, Make your ife r daughter es-Compf ell fdmb o i modmT




no table with extension. sx dining 242B Rotmon Navy 3590. o- your wf 2 ebedroome, road p 9 S.A.
$25.00. 89 Peru A~enue. up- Tel. 86-2200. ient of Swiss "Eino" electric sewing we kekmdaPall.-
stairs., porcelain top k FOR SALE:--40 Ford $195. refriger- machine :weighs only 8 lbs. C i ng Pdi.e Airfield No. 109. ,




three seat bamboo devon and choir cooter model 64, $150.00. Coll HP for n fos e or. bedroom. Can1be Coll 3-0553. AbippeiU 1over 1
FOR SALE: -- HondurO-s mahoe r 0, bid, fan, tables, etc. Mar- Cyrnos. Telehoe No- 28. FOR RENT "t
buffet end dirsingroom tabe. Phone 64l kd. B Viwllo. 5719-A. T'' "
3-0538. PRICE REDUCED. 1941 Lncoln Con SpFOR SALE r S f CARL LETA
TFoR SALEv:-Ne oomahoganw din tinentOl Convertible, er$600. 2su se FOR R. C d ..I
""ni b. o bt concrete chClet, 2 edroom d





misonrg tab e cottage. Canal Zone d ed. Ph243 R anama 3-23a v FR SALE3-5.0prih piano itn concrete chalet, 2 bedroomes ,ed trd 54 Modd. we Imtenfe. ta unr*-
chars- porcelain topp kitchen table.8 Mo RSALE:---95 Csn motor FOR AEAi condition. Apply Voning purto, facing PciiltlAirfield Ne. 109.1 N dr tic
three seat bamboo Zone. scooter moel 64 $1de0.00. Calln HP for off7 Ap 4. e or bedroom. Can be Cl -0 O t 1 5. tr ro
any end tables with coffee table, ogrita Ma- 51st street. Bella Vista. 28. O R R o withtis ba n loe
to match,nLEw-Dtinroom, bedroom.h condition. oan be fil nce r- FOR SALE:-Femole Cocker-pnilo CHALET FOBS RENT- Nicrfwu ih. .
withov and attachments, four extra FmationOR SA ers Blonde pedigree, two months old ed concrete chlet inc i A ick ARon o LETA
long traverse rods for draw drapes. FOR SALE:-Hillman1947 4 Dr. onvertible, ex- cotll Albrook 86-7196. tri refri orsizeor, 2 a hetr etc





FOR SALE: 2 mchogony choirs, dan. r-dio and seat covers. Good FOR SALE:-1952 Pick-up. Perfect porc8, dinTfrogromm parir0 L ottandln U JO N
venetian blinds for two bedroomtchng collentonty pid. aPhone A dition-. Telephone 2.2064. l o s T m
masonry type cottage. Canal Zone ced. Phone Panam. --233.. .1FOR S ALE :-UBixht -Per FaI ENT. h 4, i E pl ep 1fur ished
2-1805 or apply. house 5282 Mo,$ TFORSALE. -952f Ch woint conedion. Apply ViaoPdro Eee n r etcule.F A irfEa15 i m-. .t 0 Wf.mI
risen Street. Cana qulrZone. I dW L x i "h d "w S Ii c si k o 5007 aApat. 50" ." . e .p
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FORg^ ^ .5r -uo CS d r C ^rpo FOR A LE sF rmal ..
FOR ALE-. singroom, bed wroom.th rs, be owned. ur- FOR SALE:-emo Cker-nil. CHALET-FORu RNTAlNiceblyfill .. i
toe and rer tor foration trs 27 Coli. Blonde pedigree.two months old. d concreteClet inci











rsn sree. Canal Zone. 2) 65. daynday. Phe 223.- House1 125tAc FOR-RENTABeautiful unTurniThed ieB pso aneped Sn
7th East N. 26, upstairs. ORSALE-1947 4 r. Pontiac se- Call Absrook 86-7o196. tric refrigeraI tor,2 gtcas water heat's etcis .
FOR SALE:-Soli 2 mahogany chdining- FOR SALE: Morris Minor, low Read for occupdnroo Dec. I1st. Ten !Of tI e J






room suite in excellent condition mlege. Telephone Blboa 3569 O SALE, DOLLS: Just received ^ ai. SdlBor, n |. w-
chow table css t op $20.00. 1 5 t FOR SALE:Boer u ps FPus AKCPei r saI .* 3K 3aSI






k ick-knacr rouabnet, glass front.cai g"Y u er" Super SAlte o oteredn assortmenteks old. Ecsmalli 14 gra GUteaiANTIM .
25 x 12, solid mahogany, $25 ese t model 49. Down payment onl' o... 507Via. A rango. -500 6 a Apaint '- 1951 eV. -
0 Tel. 27-3-5129. House 2127,d $ rA T2126 rood to Panama Viejo, tel- Apt_ me__t 19 .






Misc. articles. 0309 Cble Hig pme lc dn FOR ENT:-Aportmerit for otI .U -W Tonroak M Dw-
Anon.R S RergeratorStudebaker Chmpio FOR W L nted oston o c. A Avn tror, ew r r






FOR SALE6 cu. ft. 25 cyce Frsgidire o eReiSable mature West Indian ,'n NN Tel 3029r n h N I o .
Spartan, Central N. 223, Co WAe Luxe Sedan. 1950.TO BeauflY d attractive, reRETonble. Also many e aS
vingroom chir, ndl dio. 2 floor de-en. overdrive, white sdewoll music sheets. S. Coreof Pon FOR RENT-Mode cool clen u d n h















Idamps, I coffe table. Curhndu d ir-Cyrnolr. TFv(l. Crossing. 2o Americon. .._570* furnished 2 bedroom. living a lor Of.the ShARer, trigalk
n8,_ te,___ Se.P-b2ldrrr.2orlad eao t c c Auon Areo ). Mo rrn 2,.4 and 5 room with 1949 o lhe a ai c 10
FOR SALE:-. A. singlerbed wither e rfecS hcondatidn $900.0. oE :e on pe o unfumlhed. Alhombr, fire S h
Z mattress, $15.00; pair 9 x 12 cGt- Phone 3.'773 or coil 174-B, FOR t SALE:- Began Phone Ampli fin 0ith Strns e e Cl TlA e 4 ( )
ton loop rugs on$20.QC; other, well cent ro er es Peru vene. ew r No Bol bo2' cyclel. 00 General Electric e- 1 1e 0th larn d le lo t Tth an beT
used bfurniehings.. 1Everythng-D, Dohr-d bewee. 4Tue and 6 we days, alamplier, 12 inch coaxial speaker. 13re86. t as anouneg
n street. Balboa. Phone 2-33, Apt. Sunday.Phne 2-3233. House 1425-A. FOR RENT--- Beautiful unlTurni g| ren,5Sp o nor an lopedtf thu
E' 47h street. aoPone- da'S & FOU D Corp street Balboa. apartment.go s stove, reftiger.atWi \ | 0,f"thetlre "
kOR SALE :-Solid mahogany diinng- FOR SALE: Morris Minor," low Rstt Offered 7at so e.t. Ti Nrae 4i to w



















reasonably priced. House, Np. 6. LOST: Sr brac'el. Canal ^L-- FOR RENT :-Furnishd prt of
room suite, in excellent condition, mileage. Telephone Balboa 3569 FO r SALE. DOLLS: Just received ad871 for koccupa Dec. ,St. Tel l
consisting extesion ablerom Ur many-a11 r
nsisti f extension ableix FOR SALE-Good condition. Dut ment of DollsFOR RENT























The ideal Christeas grit for the he coming hot.days. The ideal f DllwFOR RENT-Furnshd or unfuml
hairs, sideboard and Chuiful ina closet and Duty Free Trucks, 1950. 1952 Also an ssoment of small ee
























Heights, once b'ck from the ocean at Clubhouses commissaries PXand' 14. Apt. 12. Perejit. Telephone s Utraa. m
$225, large round table pr4 chairsce. Terms iordRepbl ickup Tanma 0397











SJeeps. Stokfu r e o n 10th street n .' chalet. 50th and th street . S
eWA oTen I- n'" Frsrruc. on December 2. rapan e t Francisco.Tuk EX --lSo tgJ1Au1- 0't1'.
mons beds woith springs nd Trk,. La France Wrecker Truck the Cathedral. or at No. 3 Sec- 4at t e tt t
. r ni nuto Car Tank Truck Contact n S e am tf et
cotton mattress. $25 each and Ina Streethe Panamd a khaCity. u for aton
Misc articles. 0309 Cabmple Height. rac Inc. Chv Chva Rd., FOR lENT:-Atmenr for offiThe. -
An-on. Canal Zone iunnes came f r om a group o r Ti S4911 clinic,= Justo Ar a At I newt, the1 1brert.
,o,7-AIDmCCo Coper31 N" Nre the 10 te t e
FOR SALE .- ft. 25 cyc' eFriibIre Rl -abeICT OTH tThaotensendian-0294n.No. 73-A.,InformationJCall 1 IWIN





























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refrigernctcr very good conaitiones e.. ..g. t a recent references deres of. TOne-0294.- .















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"-Balhotieeady work aIst o laundraess&a" FOR RENT ---One bedroom r m "
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reconsider hthe he-^x &s?"a **;CT^ W br: OmktaK on orlf inWd iffn l h ed Th 0Wlid 4
FOR SALE-Studio couch, easy chair. WANTED" you; refrgeator 5 amea 2- 397 will take wmegs, garage. 168. Via Sallsaia Porrt. ', iW. .r Of the "A
lamps, I coffee, table. Curundu dor. Cyrno s. ivoli C n ro ossing.e2' Ar r.E, i vi ng cdl c l. o f .te SA1 hM, l in ;L
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nr:oomnooooe ,ho. sL E Om c" ,rr 110 .noig room porh, th at AM g. I it
.:OR SALE :-Lvingroom, diningroomLE 'SSage.hot tfedisnefctionb 1950 w .. The oeoture I e,
bedroom sets. Stove, refrigerator, I _, a- residential section BOell VA 4 I i"Y by the ih1

































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typewriter No. 97 Jreusto Arosera- t He A.N i lAGR1, t ,l-sesore Phone 3-1698 or 2-1,%1. .490W ,I, o ,ian
mena..Avenue.apartment fr1. 41''llioe dlnc. FOR RENTc:-Fthe
-ead n aExe oriencedcmold to cook end wi.l Regi- stratrn Dec-5 'atIp.m.FOR basre et.FV iL ourof
rORSALE:-Borgain price. Leaving, recent references Peru /.ven-je No. R t .0 for a three Combia street.n-For inform '
Isthmus. Livingroom set. G as stove, '- -ll, os i rtos.* offb, _
S4 burners. Everything brad wnew.,w a0 rt'sW ab t
East. 47h Street. LOST& FOUND I droanapartm on O
Sreasonably priced. House N. 6,LO: Slverbracelet.. Canae Fur dtN"a ", Wad4b
S Apt. 1. First street and Fronciss' stone set. Return to Tivoi Hotel WANTED:--Fpeiec beutlropes twoR Eubedroom. Phone 'Ponar t hU &.-
Fil6s, Vista Hermosa. Telephone 3- N. 333. Reward latoei for ,.tun Clubhouse Beauty 4871 for keys "oP nI P U P
,3790.S .- -Sah t: 1..I 4 or '-48 'U1 Labo
FOR SALE PERSONALS rmm. Wi.1Mon. naam FOR RENT tB,-
Real Estale MNAIINM.& DUNN. now have their d. Romek "_.__,___'_' -
ideal Christmas gift for the the coming hol-days. The ideal FOR RENT-Furnished Or uWfummts.
family. One beautiful lot. in Golf"ilft for Xmos fo only $1 50. Sold on"droom,Private. First street heD'IU
._Heiihts, one b!cck from the ocean at Clubhouses commissaries PX'S 14. Apt. 12. Perejil. TelepPione
at very re-aonoble price. Term* if1 ord Repubic of Panama. oW .11 .eT olepo.eito" .e
desired. Coil Elena, Panama 2- .ATTENTION:-Wi!. the person whoRFOR RENT:2 bedroom f otfl -. J.
0228. bought furniture on 10th street in chalet. 50th and"Ith strNId"
WANTED I- San Franciso on December 2. 1ZiJ[tS, ,a1.1pan, Dee. 4- (UPp Firarscf. ntaw mW!
W draoe, between 5 and"7 p. m toayii to bildd ngtwo tunJe FOR RENT S 1i 1M. t.
SRe.,.eorc alted.be.L. the T o t aratritColl- .**"No..
.%ldrooams. C -!f Heights. eii1." ___ b i tb t t r o'l su
Call 2-1794 ldring to y offi p r rn .I4 N -tice FOR RENT:-Office space in lr "-...' '';"W '
uoTA T-ES ,n oMERICA The reports of the two eeare a wew building on Aialarabile R;.
Cna Zone tunnel came from pagr up of
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such a4 the making up of Rift
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2. Fifth Avenue
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3. El Corte Ingles
73 Central. Ave.
4. El Corte Ingls
11 Tlvol Ave.
5. r. L Modorm, Jr.
S100 Central Ave.
6. BSar Espaiol
54 Satral AV.
7. Chombonnet
79 Central Ave.
9. La Ammre

9. La Aurora
70 Central Ave.
10. La Aurora
13 Central Ave.


11. El Arte
37 Central AVe.
12. laby Lndia
40 44th Street
13. Baby Landia
81 A Ave.
14. Almacdn Tabogo
92 Central Ave.
15. Paramount Vestidos
102 Central Ave.
'16. El Bazar Americano
SCoentral Ave.
17. El eBaI r Americano
71 Central Ave.
1t. El Boar Americano

19. Hosehold Exchange (HX)
41 AutoeabUe Row.


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WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UP) Sen. Joseph R.I Op
i : .-cCarthy (R-Wis.) said today he invited his'supporters about ic
to bombard the White House with letters and telegrams Tho e*. of ar-
A. l4 on the trade-with-China issue because "I think it's a j w *zeO titShoe a
yU" 2' good thing for the President to knoi how 'the country wM eameo0n3 ~.~ht i YMei.nIt l.1-
rw feels." M a poln k bam o
He denied any intention of challenging President 9 Ual_ enmajor e* e" "
Eisenhower's "overall leadership" but said the GOP is U .O a' inajt
"not a one-man party" and "differences of opinion are other -1car e-
healthy." fu uly ekfr to afrst
!^ ^ ^ ^ H I HH McCarthy made the statement that the administration has bat- "Ths(a ai_'B j.\atr
'BB -," ~~to reporters a White House ted "zero" on some security cai- ft tphe _I aitseasons ex-
^^f l a aides revealed that 120 telegrams es tgg el ftdbM;.t, Istle Hw W|!.! *,". "
*were received yesterday aftr- McCarthy said no man cam- S. k bul .at ToVn '''
noon and lah night after Mc- pa gned harder Por ElsenhowLer . Ball .
Carthy urged "every Amerlean than he aid. He also pledged bi T. W .
Hwho feels as I do" to write Mr "utmost support" to the Repub- .0 Fep Whilfte I travel
Eisenhower demanding that he lican Pa . .futt olt n onci.t a':di o thi br shout 'this
s o " i wb cut off U.S aid to n bto trad2 warsbut sa d this doesn't mean doat, B t h LaOlin- -;

LMEBUTmade pubIr Anttstration nation engaged r et took a finesse aIbut Ii hI thack proe ior FOI
wannt rra ing with Red, however, that the trrdet w ith Re d China. He rs e. couldn't a d I Ifiai view b1 1 t o.'. erts wl



Get More-Do More ystsaMha-;sug^ enVfl ::w- .b e a r M
teelyanr Witht- dpon.e a whi.nh nweinei_ a althere
thl er oaftheinit iao ec e of pao m oyf he I Ui t it mte-A
b reacted by the OklahosmaPntes receives from tite Tru hnkaa aemlistr-oboa r
par nt on l hw snohst Ti r Iitdreds or even altousand isohn y tion," sl, pr.itlsed to ihdetss sTtert waespett I. he et oreewed the
a sition, but no precif State John Foster Dulles with Red China, and Its masr ite, Phil dwellrtle a mostImportnt a
do wn of their qon tentd wasid, was to cuto ao .rate tadte Tacomarero t.Inmp th wior oe .f o -



The World's greatestt Construction Toy! behind the Iron Curta n with the Pelping regime. t'htl mI" iLa nesse e at the M
o wonde that E R ^MeCarthy, who la thought by mgreemfnt, however, does at, "If he had found lb Ung of b ateild Qi1deu was un- No.t 44th street. Bel Vl
!Ms ro wonder that ERECTOR e-tdhr hoohol name so h t o have Whito he a b o wn-stratedic trade. trumips o side' te nto d would in- o ttk's,. NCcerts wO at No. 1
known to million throughout th.worl -i not only awb esti.sad "rale cal thy praded the ~sa- haeve bee t easy n bNe print o.
Scalland entrut" that he h eeki l at lasion for ridding the go Iertr king of diamonds and SD "But n apot aid th a
, far farbetter than any other Eon isactonts a Elsehqwe's t f employees eard d th e of spades.. ruffed eu~ thoughh Itd
aso America's No~ 1 toy. For ER~ECTORitirHy, a. leershr as *been sug.'. a; security risks and "Inherit and out a few of ene att I -
STHOUSAND toys, all rolled into one. You can DO more go*by our polt.eal eve. rom teDemorali d trump irin rt a I-t A
with ERECTOR becas you actually GET more But he said he wi Instist n record and a real contrato the disguising his great fwaitngret i '
more Girders, Gears and Shafts, more Couplings, his yht to criticie when War- sommuhsw ridden r "theehtdutma' heart s.
thi:President. Asbl esreceives from the Tram"i admen.it"- ft kt but--we vJe gp at enl,. iF
CTr shich also as endthatmisedtooresto An=a.`ssueenntthe 1It95440,1.01; 6t.rewed;,then ..... ''










Plates and Pulleys. The things which can be made McCarthy laid down his chaom- tut he. said "the question ps, "is next tae lead the
with ERECTOR are nearly limitless. That's why peo. lenge In a 600-word statement cunuitenl" will be an j k of hea srtsi a West
pe who buy toys think first f ERECTOR. unm" wio beSantlenporta t aD l eleatonse and wd ed. It Cai n of C ie
SrAvailable in 7e diffteta sies, isdue In the 1954 elections and evep large ii the month rea or, h of
From $2.20 to o41.25 f atocoebeaeuse i.ras eertor aatbout.
TheoWorld'sft lereatestConstruction Toy1 lbehn wethe party whichoisdbeioe a. tm IroCharhhe eiingreime.ea'd.LBem etthewMet.











S"AMERICAN FLTeR, ECTRIC TRAINS o the ef he rty which o bene wow" fto 4
CHESR SET McCarthywots Sttmib"fhthdnt on h found.t 6 0 e Ofs abn rote .rieI
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ROdPESTS uRntrue"K th he SdSforriddingthrs.l hki own hd with no wjto avoid a
"JGIRT OR farBeCIE wNCEu i d in thrapne to replies m rdd e slos aIt c ieu t hekf -l **- ANDe n-t-Aui
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also America'TsNo;,S1t DRIR t made b FortRenhwer Wednesday p dhpa been mu aleonr rtisbks and t r a out t fe .t
RS HOBBY DLS oced iby MCarty in a radio his trumps he t to 'cver whoa pp .arding
THOUSAND toys, all rolled into onesull.. You can DO more e u-he arortetds
with ERECTOR because you actually GET moretWaillItn reO reactor o t sling e i
Buthesaidhte w ar-,e eo utea daealtn ke duimy' d eort oui ..n...
ore Girders, Gears and- eSrhaftsmorelCoupt hrce m aren u
dranted. Adheronelregime."r .-.
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Eshw anodcerbed "s weSett dow ada t-
w "GILBERT HALL OF SCIENCE rine l a600-word"wi statement hD eetMh nM" tmkwe rille b de ant teale t -k of h ear .ts s-
Mwiothckr ERECTORarne .T.which dalsoisered that "com- o ufirn t hes 1tnA e c p d low, andrts the ea.h7f
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"AMERICAN FLYR ELECTRIC TRAIN ftoCommunm."
CaEM e STRo SETS PUZZLE SMcCarthy'ssan ee c at .ri,
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LONDON, De. 4.--UlP)- More
than ;,5e,m0 workers t roe a
back to their jobs yesterday, end-
ing a Communist-Inspired 24-hour
Metr w dhiph had hattdBri Rtain's


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mea's anti inflatlry defnspatitae a lt
freeee. About 7 palE
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o". 27 yea..scalle a national eodnattnee t am t
Sa -Hing to discuss further action. na-
te't ni-et o. -" "aw ._&dus itry c cles .e ted new
v . ..- /'I mn m o added to
am AC111RU freze. bou 5p t al t T04

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in caledaonlpartioally by fas

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.a-andu.r 't o i t ee t rswas nanou ed rt ome0t
as n hs m p sses te1wop ing rase .awalrm ot tthe" e roya.oleat he
b bM nlearill yte a
ag. tW~hie 4 $NA 4 w ohatntit dwas da nnounead Alsok
"ete ,y i trr rrin advance. T01W
atsrad.-Jedlld hdy o WUnion leaders as well as mak w .lND
has I.5Sft s Drea n en.Sdorea



Vit- te adltary ofgo"A12 V b- ,Tntilpomm al i "he Ac-st op adthrepr hyathabi s ls thed On A
h'o..V w ithb Wm ovirar 'MgoaUpea. pee, 'tie c tof -o the "reckless' s" tOk E D oV 1
. tM;bids ,. e ... d their..- oc e$ mimMatthews a nat'AalN GEL T
ljm wound the W eerobe- 20111111MatthewseaPaalo tnr-aleBLh. I
male Shnm a Sa iewt I yes few t anlEcu.d Mu-'
" ,V ""t w e -i n d or housefo -. re uth oa .snicipal Workers' i o wh l A

In. a b oa rd'-.b u.t"a ,not---- -d iNlSn e rag aie nIts r erthma k g r l i eONs"
Tni "n ,-M b- agd ...or..Oetn the tew eswalkot oas a u t
.tUl m now ronga y IR utnh b G orndoonetoe ,G"F rtoLt-.
A ct ',trick"ed o A.eW .trran t, c h ar.a li he pby s "T hUe-Lde r t s.e




cNnPane 8 Mri4 0jy g yestera y at k 4 ulba
.,.. -towo r. e.r e an. 81m.Wuis _. P Se_ sor k e ser t ho s e. "do




about the MM in endearing, euheacomre "Fortorderant c an th of.'ft0
r ,- .' ". oh.I ., J --_l m ee ilrative filled with dramatic vo P of E ..eer.
AlliedEmployes' Union: said "'fl
*oanfd dbpiporlicdan aotea Or whole country is bom Nt ms"

he..%IGreat.",cthes- .Dhad, o aed LLn
MehraL SE N4-M The prtrayls in"n.AC- -Once the wheels of' irodutl, -

ofLNJ-MThheptrals Th stop and l e rhytdidis inustt-h
an- rote e ffhe onhe stm arpngt e fetofthi a 'avese enarto.S a
m*wa a m u Ob a the boa- be confined to one day," Grant tnow
.-1 05 le I andcantgpheok a rUs Ofsaid. __________ "GENTLEo
HiiroghmsaRumtotefamily,s_____________
the a an i& -a' c n headr bol e nu t, ht Tntion BLQMo
b w ie nly W. f L wskton at nao cb-the cuador He


iie -. .. .hn ase. fnh ar dmN %.M,.tl Irn an" a' "a caped=inju'y, a- Plus..a'./
a nd dflat her m rldla m house. boastl of his pat as an t wMaeiyn.


" a l foo l fther on thet Jlgmo AITo, MONOeu a or'E sup ,,
"Eon d Iieafaring hatenturer. making aM oryah



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EuAda o.e alwayss a cmpletly human be-
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84 Police re ..f ..t..have.



en pjadI s been the a s btoth wb sewrnt to tbqe.rr asa.
syeew l ua* eneaing cflhidigthe comic tarn order followlatan attempt
fluthee ue~eMS 1IIposes of adolescent youth with a by unidentified gunImen1 to as1-
j,1~an ~*io.g0 a"p"llearniestness and ten- sassinate socialist mayor Nepta- VA C TU


ou 4 & !tu ter -the lmoene h Ini H acho, Ite was yorsuoowdto-, Vd.. i
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ibaei which she strives0Againstd all day.re'
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Sa rMy. wheeling to goot a start nqu Wrf9deral police chief .
qma4 1e j 4 4a1h6%ab hAfteon the stast- Wilgbt fli A rturo Suites NistoVw&en t to
'" ~"' (b alul"winning P~OrflUmflcS as the Ambato late pYederday to take -
pathe C tW other, An- charge of tli Sultmtmo.
V11110 I at bttas The assassination attempt -
skpiens ive or y U~l asomwhatinaticuatecurred early yesterday. lancho
mea cRe n~s K C'auncilalvard man -01awit. a" K"alscaped injury.% and no caual1-'
0 sInsa her then Williams Is PraperWI kciftlSkUhlI ties were reported.
w a 'etal ulture In the role of thp glafklots A- mob of the mayor's auport-
tesoam utof hai "ue venus laDw& APMsq tOb FYo -era anatcbO the .woux-je as
*&Von of her IirtIprpelP6rtOrSOS assistsfrom the poliee tob
averie iap i n '5 ifaTS fhrore~tepr faieline, 1 ro i 0%bIt eted themt,but the authorities
-M ~Or i l ca sning Mew. wileb des. t p cust the irrepresslhe regained control of the situation,
Wuast asorlng Ruth cfa k, w~hp doteb on, eatfn thUe In time to prevent a lynchIa
thevyev of her depature for tW on flernI
Sr~s~uyWi It thThcttest& directed by
=The n* sy Uwl be leek- George Culior and was itoduced
ba1an~d the fina spiritedst by lawrence Weingartens. They
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Charming Prince To Clash

A "hard to pick" $600 seven furlong Class "D" race
will headline tomorrow's race program at the Juan Franco
race track. At least four Verticordia, State Barge,
Charming Prince and Cardington Green- of thesched-
uled eight starters are rated-an almost even chance of
winning this race which will be the tenth and last of
the card.


Last Saturday Regal rhum ran.
away and hid from these same
horses with the exception of
"harming Prince, Rathlin Light
end Cardington Green. Charming
Prince and Rathlin Light were
starters in clAssic rice while
Cardington Green defeated the
lower bracket and has.moved up
to this group.
Regal Chum won with such ridi-
eqious ease that the Panama Gam-
blingControl Board ordered the
indefinite suspension of Blas Agui-
rre, who rbde the winner; Orlan-
do Castillo, who was aboard mu-
tuals choice Kiosko which wound
up last, and Luis Giraldo, who pi-
loted Verticordia which was third
a nose behind State Barge. These
riders will remain on the sidelines
pending a complete investigation
9f the race.
Off past performances, tomor.
row's feature race should be a
humdinger. Charming Prince holds
, a win over Virticordia while State
Barge has already taken the
Prince's m e a su r e. Cardington
Green seems to be improving and
.should be in thick of it .also.
Added to this, there will be the,


one-time top class performer Via-
,ero, which returns from a lengthy
layoff; Discovery and Tanger.
Another thriller should be the
fifth race for Class "A" natives.
Seven well-matched local breds"
will vie for the major share o a
'$375 purse, an added $100 going to
winner if it it a thoroughbred,
over six-and-one half furlongs.
On .paper tornorrow's program
shapes up as one of the best of-
fered for a Saturday in a long
time.


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2-MANOIETE Mirandb
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6-SALUSTIO AlabAfft
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SY MURRAY
The sleeper in the plans of the
White SoL is picture book rookie
SBill Wilson, an outfielder from
SMemphis who could give them the
desperately needed .Mng' ball;if. .:
(1) they can snap him out of his
lethargy, (2) Paul Aichards shows
,him how'tohit a curve....
S Basketball recruiting long- ag
,certain southern schools.... La-
Salle's Tom Gola was offered $10,-
(,Sby one brazen alumnus. Be.
ore he's through, junior Gola will
surpajs Hank Luisgtti as the great-
Soat college basketball player ever.
R*o Grande's Newt Oliver will
,be tabbed the most loud-mouth
Ndek ever... This fresete little
Individia s is reseaible for the
Sirev* Francis b p. Why wal
*be. ssended at. U Wellsville,
O., &t Scheol-. Or was it can.
Those 'TV Tewers who fault
Paul' Camei-ai .4t UCLA for his
suhost4ll, pasikg should know
that's,.''ay Red. Sanders teach-
g with a defensive
oet g arowud them...
paul's trouble is Ahat, he throwsI
t ha. ... p rw's this for sched-
sling with a premonition? The
night before UCLA plays Michigan
State foot-ball in the Pasadena
Rose Bowl, the Bruin and Spartan
:basketball teams will meet at the
f an-Pacific Auditorium, in Los An-
gele ....
4 tt of Illinois was paimt-
g*u wtbis linemen's lack of size
ata New York football gathering.
Why, ty tackles are ,no bigger
Iar, say, that little guy over
tbire," shrugged Coich Elt.3I.
."*hat sttle guy" turned out to
Viaee 'IAMbardl, one of Fordham's
fameo Sevene Blocks of Granite,
New an assistant coach at West
po iat. *... ..............
Of 27 football lettermen at 111i-
* ois, 24 are in-state products. two
are brothers of former Illinigrid-
tiers, which leaves J. C. Caroline
i South Caroelin'... You can set


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STANDS STILL-Pasl Camsa
ev throws fra a stlass
ed Seaen teaches (MNSA)

aside one 1954 All-America berth
tor Army's Bob Ferris, who wial
be switched from tackle to his na-
tural spot at center... What we
can't figure- out is how Bobs
among the top of his class at tie
Point and yet flunked two courses
his freshman Y.ar at Vaqderbilt.
Pat McCormick, the divi'n 1"
from Los Angeles, is the lely
Sullivan Award wilner lor 1w3.
Boxing cynics can crew over
the fatt that middle weight Jimmy
Herring, the kid with the: snub
nose undented after 70 fights, was
allowed to -tart his po career at
the age oi 14!... Before you take
Dan Bucceronl's heavywe I g h t
braggadocio seriously remember
he was canvassed times by
power-puff Roland LaStarsa...
It may break oil millionaire bIug
Roy Cullen if he keeps donating
millions for every, big Houston
win. The team that started against
and bruised the Baylor Bears, 37.
7, included seven sophomores!
The best football player in the
Southwest, know-who's will tell
you, wLs 176-pound David Johnson,
Rice fullback, who's called ICosse
'.crse Kosse, Tex., is where he
was born...
The Rochester Royals' Bob Dav-
is may parade as a 31-year-old,
but he's actually 35, a phenomenal
age for a pro basketball hoofer.
quie reason Bobby hides his ant.
equity Is because he's afraid it'l
give enemy fans extra ammun.-
tion for taunts against rabbit-ears.
We like Dr. Eddie Anderion's
description of Brown soph Tommy
Thompson: "He runs with a lot of
character."... Red Blaik cam-
paigns for unlimited substitution
in the second half, but consider
this: With Army leading, 20-0,
with ony five minutes tp play.
Coach, =tik stll had not substi-
tuted er FOUR of his original
starters against Navy.


I- fv It... Twirf It...Be dW It..;
BM on caller on the Van Heusen Century
shie we', wdnkle..,evejl
You can bend it or twist it-give it the
roughest treatment, but the revolutionary
new collar on the Van Heusn Century
sidta won't wrinkle...ever tNeither heat
nor humidity can make it wilt. Also ast
for Van Housa sport shirts, pajamas,
alla., ewkwesr, underwear, beachwear
and handkerchief.

VAN HUs5N s HIRTS


Juan Franco Graded EntriesN


P.P. Horse ., Jockey Wgt. COMMENT OD
1st Race "G" Natives 6 Fga. Purse $275.06--Pool Clodee ItSM
First Race of the Double


I-Mufteco
2-Pavera
3-Lady Moon
4-Villarreal
5-Diana
6-Volador
7-Opex
8-Malaya
9-Taponazo
10---Bijagual


2nd Race "F"


V. Ordoflez 114 -Last was eoelant
R. Vasquez 113 -The onto. catc
J. Bravo 118 -Shar., dn r
0. Mazuera 116 -Rexsod fw rider
A. Mena s 118 -Way I class
C. Rulz 120 --MUat Improve laot
J. Baeza 115 -Often upsetter
R. Guerra 117x-Comnmg around
C. Kam 109x-Hardly this time
G. Sanches 118 -Trailer recently
t


Natives 7 go. Purse $275.00 Pool ClOms
Seoond RAce of the Double .'-


I-Miranda A. Mena 113 -Improving steadily 24-
2-Riompr V. Ordofiez 112 -Closed fast last 1
3-Pregonero COGraell 120 -May wake up I10-
4--Danel H.Ruiz 103x-Good early speed- 10-
5--Propo J. Gon ors 109x-Surprised last time 4-1
6-White Fleet C. Rulz 117 -Should be bangup 1-1
7-Manolete J. Bravo 120 --Showing improvement 8-1
8-Gold. Bound A. Vasques 114 -Rounding Into form 4Pl

3rd Race "D" Natives 7 FgP. Purse $MM0 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1-Tilin T7lin F. Hidalgo 112 -Best chance in mud 4-1
2-Aniazona G .Prescott 117 -Hard tO beat here 3-5
3-Dixiana V. Brown 103x-Should be close up 4-1
4-Valarla R. Tejada 117x-Down in class 4-1
5--Kon Tikl A. Mena R. 105X-o-8ome swell races. 8-1.

4th Race "I" Imported-4" Fgs. Prse $375.08 Peel Clogh 3:20
Qulnlela .
1-Darlene F. Hidalgo 116 -Unimpressive newoomerl 15-1
2-Arlaval V. Captlo 112 -Good :early speed,. 5-1
3-Jig's Up 0. Masuera 105 -lMa shown nothing 15-1
4-Our Fancy J. Bakes 100 -Could score at price 10-1
5-Jersey Anne R. L. Gil 102 -Improvng lowly 10-1
6-Jubilee Lady A. Vajdlyta 16 -Some Rod workouts 3-1
7-M."Princess V. Ordoies 118 .-Form indicates 3-5

5th Racee "A" Natives % rgs.Purse 52375. Pool Cloes 3:53
1-Dalida P. K Ortega 119x-Can beat these 4-1
2-Winaaba R. Vasques 110 -Impressive win last 10-1
3-Don Teml J. Bravo .110 -Usually close up / 5-1
S4-Golden Fan H. RaiLs Sx--Light weight could hep 10.
5-xSzaola 0. Prescott 11 -Distance handicaps 4-1,
6-Baby Roil V. Castlo 124 -Back 11 top form even
7-Rina Rol) V. Brown 107xz-Most early foot even


fth Race "H" Imported-4% TFgs Pare 50.0 Pool Chese 545
First Be of the Doub le ,.
1-Mime H. Rul 1i -Distance too short 1041
S-Pari Mdl v-. Ordotnes-112 -In whu ft"m. nt' -3
4-Casa Buena 0. Crux 112 -Nbtl -t6 I'diate S0-1
5-Tole nam 0. MaMerI 118 --od SDpet orsea 4 4
6-Salusto A. Vasquez 110-n better she now 3-1
7-Royal Gambler A. Mena 118 -Returns In shape s -1

mth Rfae '9' Imported 7 Fgs.Pare I. Pod OCeM 4:w
Second Raseof the.DDeible


1-Nittloar
2-Forsado
.--Mingo
4-P. Pearl
5-Delhia
--In Time


C. Rul 11.5 -Unknow nevcoaesr 10-1
A. Vasques JI18 -Powerful 4aph last 5-1
J. Bravo 115 -hhouJd eone at will even
G. Prescott 112 -Unknown quantity. 1- 1
R. Vasques 115 contender 3-1
E. Ortega 10x -Fratctous at times 5-1


Pufre S375.N Pool Cleanows 4:408th ee l" Imp hlod-4 "gs.A

1-Wild Justice A. Mena R. 10x-Has best early ed 4-1
2-HRosaro H. Rayes 109x-Can't be lgU fl 4-1
3-Planel H. Ruiz 102z-Could go wae m 10-1
4-Roadmhaster A. Vasaes 112 -Ut .faes.' 2-1
5-Pebter9 C. Rtus 110 y run hot -1
6-CurAca A. Valdivia 117 ase an' 104
7-Rinty V. Castillo 11 -I see, 4-1
S-Royal Claim R. L. Gil1l12 -Figtes eh nt-. 4-1
9-True Blue 0. Masuers 118 --othlng to .liS 10-1

9th Race "G" Importeld-% Fgs.Prsi S4N *eClea ta
One-TW .O t
1-Hper Guard C. Kam 107x-Brief fnbal
--8r Bo 0 G. BSanches 115 -Looked
3-1 u0so 0. Mazuer 115 ed
4-Tilama R. L. Gl 103 -
5-Merry Mason J. Bravo 118 -aees ts1. -
-Albeit R. Vasques 113 -Not nuehN

18th ase "W" Imported-FM ga. Pm '& CColes 4
--Vertfoordis J. Bravo 113 --atet Ni, Ciope
2-"tato Barge V. Castlmlo 115 -Not oM
3-C. Prince V. Ordofles 108 -Ratesl ,
4-Discovery A. GlOnuales x-Would' 14
--nth. LUght 0. Prescott 112 -Not t
--Vlro 0. Mazuera 118 --et1Td Jrf
7--c.r n R. Vasques 115 -W3, M ,ut
8-Tanger A Mena 110 -Po-or ..r M,


ue:tloa: Can yw er success-
fully appeal aga.msnthe umpire's
call on a close play a base?-
J-ck James.
Answer: T emm yan ye head
off bul all i I. wage tieu
a g. Set y o e eog t of the
nme if von ke-imM '"lt. Mhe.


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Q. Did Al ]
League's mos
JoY immediat
brike in with
Van Wyck.
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PANAMA, R.P,,f lDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1953


s Communis


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tion, it must maintain strict provision. for a Re44 0
neutrality. ry it the Soviet*oc W
mabre convincing M* u
The resolution, in addition to porS- such a step. 0 'VU
expressingir "grave concern" over spurned the offeb.
the Korean atrocities, "con- Vshinsky to6k a -hl
demns the comnmlasion y any the AAIcan chjatnt
governments or authorittes qt calling them "utte ',
murder mutilation, torture ant and *puriouas" --
other atrocious acts agaltst cap- He ignored for
tured military personnel or ci- the American l0t0
vilian population..." the Nbrth a
The resolution cont n Bovaeciiren
call for a U.N. Investigan of officers and t&at ,
the atrocities, fore must shares r~
Lodge had offered "te luglude the atrocities,


tornado. A^ --7
The midwestern snowstorm. Dlq dp.USA hl
w dteures Senator Tell
which dumped up to a foot oft
new snow on the prairies. block-] ^ ^ M ^ t f *
ed roads and snapped communl-
cations in wide areas, abated last
night and early today. T P h
Winds, which had reached vel- 1
ocitles of upto 50 miles per hour. IS
dropped but some drifting was5 u n IS
still reported.IL
Nine persons. were killed in I WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UP) which brought forward retms of
the southern tornado, seven of IA senate task-force investigat- affidavits and documepts attest-
them at Leander. Ala., and two In Korean war prison atrociti-s ing to the 38.000 atrocities and
-at Tullos. Of Leander's 10 itoay challenged the Commu- announced more evidence is
homes and two stores, only two nists to punish their own war being.gathered in Korea.,
ihomet were worth repairing. criminals.
"If they have a government The United States say4 10,000O
The twister also hit Lecamp. with a conscience, they them- American troops were killed.
Kingsville, Hineston, Dry Prong, selves will punish the war crim- Ten nations, nine frolp. the
and Paradise. finals the chairman Charles E. Asialan-Arab grouo plus Commu-
an Prds.Potter i(R-Mich.i declared. nist but ran.,-Siahst Ydsoala-
SThe midwestern storm reach- He described the brutalities, via, abstaineabd in. the vote.
ed blizsard conditions In scat- being aired before his Senate India decHlned to piMtelpata
tered areas, but, in general, it Investigating subcommittee in on grounds that, as ehaliman
was not Intense enough to be conjunction with U.S. atrocity of the neutral nation group
-lassified as such. charges In the United Nations, in charge of prftsomer repatti-
as "crimes against man." -... ., .
Snow fell in South Dakota. "Even in a Communist coun-
ansas, Minnesotq., Nebraska. try," he said, "I believe crimes
wa, and Wisconsin. against man are punished."
In Central Nebraska, which Potter made the statement aw
Witzed by eight-to-ten inches of 10 more witnesses were sum-
sAow, roads were closed and tel- moned to testify today in what
stione lines were down. Twelve was expected to be final hear-
es ell In sections of Soutnh ings In the present phase of tne
nine indhpto I ton investigation.
$a,-nined up to sixnchs in
western Minnesota. Super- nSgt. Wen dell H. Treffery. 25,
tWi, had seven inches. of Terryville, Conn., testified
., had seven ines. that unspeakable Red Chincse
Early today the storm front brutality in a prison camp forced
leased rain from western MLs- him to "snap off" his own big
ri north and northeastward toes to escape hospitalitatlon in
ough Iowa, Minnesota, Wis- a pest-ridden "death house."
insin and lower Michigan. His testimony prompted Pot-
~ _------- ~ ter to remark that "we cannot
build a permanent peace If
nid Gets Uthese beast-like acts are swept
under the rug as though there
didn't exist. The foundation of
A 'De ee 4 Years an endrnt peaceIs justice.
Sgt. Berty F. Rhoden of Mat-
SClenny Fla.. former Cpl. Charles
After Gr u on E Kinard of Quincy. Fla., Capt.
Linton Buttrey of Nashvill e,
Approximately four years aft- Tenn., and M-Sgt. George J.
his graduation from Stanford Matta of Brockton, Mass., also
University, 1st Lt. Charles M. told the Senate investigators sto-
1inter, aide-de-camp to Brig. ries of horror, filth and Red bea-
Opn. N. A. Costello. was pr*- tiality.
Jthted his bachelor of arts de- Potter took issues with Andrcl .
e by the USARCARIB ch-ef Vishinsky. Russian delegate to
Witatf the U.N., who charged the Sen-
ate hearings are "part of a coor- h ,
..Hunter graduated from Stan- dinated effort to explode the '. ..7.
tord University in December, peace talks at PanmunjottL" he
4. Since Stanford University Potter challenged Vishinskr to h af5f'
Ias not conducting a formal accept U.S. Ambassador Henry
raduation ceremony in Decem- Cabot Lodge's proposal for a la a
tr, the bestowal of the A.B. de- U.N. Investigation of evidence .
$ree on Lt. Hunter was tempor- that the Communists committed
Postponed until the formal atrocities against 38.000 person..
ceremonies in spring of the fol- Including 10,000 murdered 01.
lowont year. Treffery said his feet were
frozen in the 20 below zero cold
Hunter was unable to attend soon after he was captured by
WtX graduation exercises since he the Chinese Reds in the late fall
was In the Army at the tim". of 1950. He said they stole hil
While he was serving with the boots and forced him to march
th Cavalry Regt. of the 1st Cav- 16 days in two rubber shoes- -
stry Div. In Korea in May of both for the left foot.
1050, he wrote Stanford Univer- After the march, he said. "nil
4ty requesting his diploma. the meat had worn off my feet.
Janter received the diploma all the skin had worn off, ani
while at the front lines of Kn- there was nothing but bone
during the period when the showing."
Wth Koreans were launchi'i: Treferry said that some e
their heavy-summer offensive of months later a Chinese nurse
MO.' "crunched" off eight of his de-
caying toes with hedge clippers.
While the United Nations fore- He said he believes he saved
es withdrew from the heavy op- his life by removing the two b.g
osmitlon of the communist toes so that he would not be sent .
troops, Hunter was coerced to to a hospital, from which mcst
Viry his sheepskin in a fox huoe of the patients never emerged I
*ith hopes of someday retriev- alive. ... ., . .
Mbg it. Soon after the commn- Kinard described how he BG ag',f a
Rist forces were held and repell- spent four days as a prislper |Rid .91 hi3ee
ed by the U.N. armies, with his hands tied behind his IaStenw1' h Sfe*ab
back and a C-ration can open- mitfaee i on -i t
Hunter participated in the U. er stuck in an open wound In atroe tato
N. northbound offensive against his shoulder. He said the Re4 r* e
the Reds and when he reache.1 guards amused themselves by -
the approximate point of the twisting the can opener in his l--
sheepskin burial he discovered wound. KR J IJ
that the fox hole had apparent- Rhoden said four survivors of
ly been misplaced. The most ex- his seven man squad were beat- i
pbdlent measure he could take en all dav by their guards but a V 5.
was to write Stanford Univers.ty Communist "political officer" re- .
for a duplicate copy of the loqt fused to let them be shot. "He P4lH. B. 4 F(QP)
diploma, which he received ze- would let 'em beat us with their The- 4 AOnia'de a Wlu
teutly from Gen. Costello. rifle butts but he wouldn't let cone e o ay an the question
them shoot us." he said. of =1 at.: -the propped
Rhoden said he was shot in Korean- peace the back the night he was can- pro ty coutered it wM re
S *l tured. The bullet nicked his nOwe* demands tfr Itenheed
spine, pierced his bladder and contl3emnt.: of Uftl Rd *ris-a
broke his pelvis but he managed onerX.
to crawl back to the U.N. lines.
Buttrey, a medical adminis- Aliedwnd Co suinlistmoertOa
trative officer, said a wave oa' tuwrs, 4th.s 338;&- ftritl .es.
North Korean C o m m units alon, mi maeno. pta toa d
'swept down on a group of 15 to 4ett W .s0wTMtb
/20 wounded GIs which he and Arthf i H.'einIs.an.M
an Army chaplain was guard- dampntal 4 as
Home Style 5 and rake them
wh e point-blank range. *f t e
RaviollHe said he escaped by play-
Rpaveoli Iar dead but the chaplain wan 1
Lasagna cut down while administering Pasta Fasula mi"te to the IB avicied
L 0 -""'""" ..Some of the victims survived f^rencee ^ 1 '-^
S Served Dal the first guntir he said, but mr
J J^UDailyU wer killed whIle trying to cralI td cRSed^^
d -The United Nations General .i
COn ti ed1 Assembly approved, 42-6, yester. e
H |day a resolution expresslagng
"grave, concern" over evldenace
'~'dluhat the Reds in Korea murder- the
R~gs edor tortured 38,000 soldiers and that
a c~iians.,$
Only the five-nation Soviet
*t bloc. insisting that the American
*M Grearges were "slanderous lies"
but refusing an impartial Red
Cross cheek. voted "no." U g
The decision marked a aignal 2:3 -
victory for the United *tates3:0 g

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