The Panama American
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01801
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01801
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cheers from Mfs~eau and
Democrats in Con-te-Ioday for
a bold and i efort to
break the sevn-r-d dead-
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Itomle energy.
9ut many lawmakers who
uded the objective were frank-
skeptical about. the dance
for early action on hIlpropoal
set up a United Jrai afgen-
Sto develop the peacetime ousi
1 the atom..
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uould cooperate.
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the United ttent i tes
"ry of its atomic materials and
mow-how to a world poW for
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n rem would not cqnse t to
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to& present climate of world
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stockpile now possess a family of hydi n super
the fhlesr member of which pocks more vieo
than 1,000,000 toa f TNT.
That, ahihfoTomic source said today, is "tHe pi
English" of one revlaeioanfiHed sentence in Prujs
Eisenhower's add ~as tho e 'Unite Notions Generrt A
sembly yesterday afterson. ;
The sentence:
"Atomic bombs today are more then 25 times ei
powerful as the weapons with which the atomic age dur
ed, while hydrogen weapons are in the ranges o milk
of tons of TNT eqqvak t." .
In subseuest Du'ragrphs the Presient gave
world, for te first time, and order-of-mognitude slF
meint on the rof Amerioo's atomic erenal, r
that this country ha enough nuclear migt to
an entire aggresr action, and confirmed
brenchespf the US. military can now age a'o .
He also Implied that Iussia the modern A
may had exploded more than Presdnt
one test~ -bomb, andl~ he tae- cryptc athe
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aassolm O lf The Panamaiwill ar velIn
l ta before D. I they areYork Dec. 1 and unles th
not put Im the Mt"a or toW are unusual delays cau0I*.
mirrow ti o iwee havy Christir n voSum.
.WThd last Eigla* hdu States, package pod frtM
shipment of nun froe e Ca- u14 l pr6boa be
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Friday for New York thelhere Dec
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tb a Rurope- This wW be the last 01 ,whl, the Cdlg Wm k to"
SA. George Bry- New Orle an, but the
'W blonde wife ._guarantee as to the time
NMwith whom he ae y.
e fled to escape lutr u l I
Sirtla said to- Airmail cn be.
litr to be caught A ,s AC the Canal Zo* lt s
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twithat the Wair l8Ui rIm jlm by Sunday, Dee. IL

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0"R MONTI. IN TAMYAC- .70 "-P-
%" W* E ARn. *v L --_ s. so as By VICTOR RIEEL
THIS IS TOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN CC' UMN Backstage at the d14 Palace
Theatre on Broadway is an eter-
tainer with a new ratie for
T L E A whichh he mesits etra h ew ad
T Hi i J 8 a big. hand. This man is a come
but I write not at his at .#leoa,
-- o but of the feet athat, u& e ew
The Mail I is .n open m for reader r of The Poees Amr. president of the AFL's American
ces. Letters a received sets l t ed me haled i a whell cw*n- Guild of Vulet Artists, he's
deiul meir. l launched a eaiu which if fol
II yeam oimhebt a leht dleot be Immaeut it doesmt app*, r s tl owed by his o powerful col-
et day. Leteur pebllhed in th ederw ncwmyee leagues irer Ulou, could kp
Plea.s a kea he o h es I d to a". s I gl. the curtai b o coming down on
dentiy of ksat wrNaetu bwld In ssidest m eaidease. all labor.
This sa erpeper sm oe pemy t a smSemats epi Betee the acts there in te
e Wsyd , m --- 'Mecca of of vaudevlle, this unoima
o president, comedian Jackie Brit,
Shas started a drive to clean the
WHAT WILL POSTAL RATE HIKE COST THE PURCHASER? rackets out at his union. Bright
Sir. Is wiping out of the union the "-
This raising of the postal rates for US newspapers and ipaga- girls' ad those trippers who are
zines that are mailed to Latin America Is another example of the used in some -ight clubs and
idnd of economy the GOP admamrl ation believes in. Without IbonL tonk ares country to sttal
any regard for the reasons for keeping p amil rna low n suctfrom patrea ad whip up bus-
material, and apparently with little or no dilscusl n the costs of1 vaud B mi iSs
amailng U# magazines to Latin America r staddeJy increasedTp a natimadl reninS s operate
by one-thir4. up and f ati the ahldy idipes wr
It had been the policy of the Democrats to help Ltin America whip l outa s ln l adies w
to learn somethlnl about the way of Ilfe of the USA In a pury r ipy're AL evd
voluntary way. It is obvious that lack of understand is due time they're picked up by teh
partly to lack of Information, contact and tamllarit. it 1I not i. These dolk have been
going to Improve things between s and Latin JAmerica if thie front for mobis s the lst ooet
prices of US magazines on the racks are way or the head of leg bottle was ru across om
ine people to whom they should be most available. Caada.
I realize the budget has to be cut down. but it would be bet-
ter it this were done over a longer period of time. my two a At the Palace Ja was wait-
A careful lok at the US Post Office business would thow a i to go oa i when he said:
couple of places where the GOP could cut costs and injure nol "My W pu qa will do with-
n.e 'aout drik t htlers ad the even
Teurs Fr Saar ge--eey more efairi sides iae members.
These are th te cd member
(EDITOR'S NOTE.: Asked to -maelt a heow the raise Ia. give a.r a o whcb
in magaiae postal rates to LatiQ Ameresei eteti wM af- bas be rm e down throu
feet the eeot of newspapers and moans to t he pmI a r le years, ee and a ad
the US ibsfmUstle Seravim ito m em= 10 that the ame-."
increaw Is basd ea the hal mailing esa e the M*w e Jackie Brit s ial ion s
In the tates e pereentageofr Pa dvwt- a c om dre thea n-
dividual eagxaane contains empaei an me etoI Lr il tnd i the s ef is
Ift theO se r purehasig a US magazine in a 1aa&m beAm ei more rmtads
conty ryies more than oae-eant e a we ekly ip em. of r laor d e d Wd
ames than 5 M ts a year a m tcripteme to a weekly a- o that hOm te M inaB
idi, the mWehma wlll he payiWn mern ihtI Ut 112 n to te it. oem's. ab. aoLp-
in foreign postage from the VS. the Iltermaum Sen i rmBtl t re are labor l adrs
tieal sid. He added that it is expected that md nh o are rWl te t plty o ilf
will absorb the increase ) te naMbl. They, so, o- d
"Itm= TEACHER WA~brn Arroh-20Wgfta bnd

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There is a bitter resentment prevailing ammonmarried rn Teames cif. Dave yIt s the pilege Tmnator and cou strategically acrao allied soll te
who are finding It difficult to obtain fua-tt net as tech- Bed a e-ae exactly ie men. Indeed of e to have and g1 of preattng a strong and und e
ers. year. Becdii kh a Osen s r on this p. e t againteme the m oe l ll
Becaua she bhas been out of teaching fr ire seama. teaiag e aber he a meara- et oe oor h f o Sr -Te Peldet and i
to her youngsters. the mother tinds hasseif ampetTr lca atof die ed atmabl aeMeyarappm Teap!ateaiaee Bev McCartit soaf0t to
game. ThEauers' wmal eie had a oinff -w- or any ow ind l.y it at w tell our a1
At tne sent Urme Utheare aser al woa holdin 0 sut sal cem d- a i i ld i Ctesttl t ai s- fti^ e e.t aIcw r ofrh&Mte3Slta
oaUtions who have tn infauta beiog rru nr a dL I mn of as cymL i me by the sot In OCnp and by sta s l I
-A fie-year-rest p erd for te yomaer o mtr el reea my aNe wro ee who eee Prilt. Tb er
be it the OtMar. The Mar airlt aw l aWte r a wih e fa We = band_ Ir
with t thought of being nmultiafl set aBed e a Mha. _al Ira- la Ub tehalo f5 tlhe Cgtio clary mtbiane to wtoed
t's sauce fr te oIs Tood for the i-d s ie .had li-e 0-I. Teae eeaer4 to Ib St wid- rarr as), i I
how about it? -e s in a tide l tim illnia of" plley. of:
s ,* mi 'IM envftly rllealdeit Usenbeow felt that Bon- Tb tohb the President bluanly reNplhi we
Mr_ aaM I _adJ NCt, his u nt al re ent marks continue our l g
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sbw eaisegrsed fs fte Asl or fVW CH I '1 *..
ami o n. e. beteOar ae Jg AUumt p. 'Ar 3.s
TWO PICTUH AIID TWO TSCHMlCO)LOR SHOIU' AiW aen Yad uW a sd4 tP AWe .1.W. iN lbr
WN&inNwok ra 0i i lgem of p C -- al* *ma Se teo4owk
Robert MITCHUM end Jane RUSSELL, in i .mm.l m_ ..r bafu rne apr i a
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"MACA0'O""- Coexistenr ce

Robert PRESTON and Susan HAYWARD, i ,n r .-I "'i "p :
itNso w- e @ames Mie ML

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ast U ;eis an ever im.a in a
COMNG SOON! Donny.Kay_, in est _il_ i

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BENEFIT SHOW! as itb Igomo
"FILL THAT CUP" with James Cagney i aie a n i; i~bersLa iCu i -
Lak I ec. isaesw., i the dw mma B
"MAN IN THE SADDLE" with Dick Powell jun.a o astr ist he ahel
pinion. Tis rule h bas Ioas is at
and "HIPOCRITA" the large sne, the br Iakw
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first vice president the mag s

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Win the tree "Symbol of Love" diamond rings,
CASA FASTLICItS Christmas gift to its clients.

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For your shopping convenience, we shall remain open
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Tell all yowr customers that I will arrive at ANTONIO'S INNOVACION,
Thueday, S.A 10th, and that they should bring their little boys and
girl to thsitor fropm 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. where I can personally speak to
eaoh one and ive them a surprise treat. know thaitilre will be so
many yat fra'to see me, that in order to talk to them all. I will stay
over In YP ,#lay and Saturday, and *W be In your storo from 4
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North wXd 6i W
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Oenin lead-* 2

North's bidding was a bit too
strong by American standards on
the hand shown today. South might
have a rather light third hand
bid, and North would mae allow-
ance for that possibility by raising
to only three hearts. South would
then go on to game.
he hand was actually played in
the European championships by a
team of English vwomen against a
team of Swedish women. Mrs. Nico
Gardener held the South cards at
one table, and had no objection to
be. partner's vigorous bidding.
North could w. afford to bid the
.nd to the hilt, for Mrs. Gardener
proceeded to play it to perfection.
West opened the deuce of dia-
monds, and rs. Gardener tried
the jack from dummy. East cov-
ered with the queen, and declarer
won with the kin. She next led a
trump to dummy a queen and re-
turned a trump, foreign out West's
ace. West got out with a third
rouLd of trumps, leaving it up to
declarer to find a way of avoiding
the loss of a diamond and two

Mrs. GardJnei found the way.
She cashed the top dhbs and raf-
fed ; club. She nekt entered .dum-
my with the ace of diamonds, not-
ig that West had to diseard a
Ms.de on this trick, and then led
th last club from the dumiy. In-
tead of ruffng, declarer threw her
losing diamond, aiowing Wet to
win the trick with the ten of clubbs.
hat was the end of poor West,
of course. She had to lead spades,
allowing declarer to make her king.
South 3 it only one trump. one
spade, and one club. making her
cotracLtAt the other table the
Swedish declarer missed this line
' play and wal set one trick.

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The complete advance pasen-
ger lit follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Milten Adams;
Mr. and Mrs. Lue Dearwo and
two children: Mr and M Hen-
ry C. 8DeRp d d hter
miu EatraisDpl ; o.. and
Mrs. Isidore *; an. M_-
.va _Dunnln Ua d two el.-
dea, Jo e Iot and Paul L.
Mr. and Mi. Peter W. Poster
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Oeorgs Goldstehi; Mia Helen E.
Green wod; Mrs. L B. aber-
stich-%d eon; Mr. and Mr.:
Julot I F. HatelKtt; Captain
and.l rs. Jack H. Hearn; .*Mr
Elizabbth F. Ielley; Mr. aid
and Mrs. Maenner B. Huff; Mtis
Mrs. M. D. Kobey;
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Lonm-
bard; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc-
Neill; Mr. and Mrs. George J.
Marceau; Mr. and Mrs. David
Mendoza; Miss Ethel C. Myers:
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Rappa-
port: Hon. and Mrs. Daniel A.
Reed; Mrs. Hermisenda Rol-
Walter R Smith: Mrs. Mar-
garet Stanley and four children;
Mrs. Daisy M. 8terrett; Mrs.
Catberine W. Taylor; Hugh A.
Turner: Mr. and Mrs. Morris
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. MIAMI, One Way ......$70.00 Round trip $126.00

G UAYAQUIL, One Way.. 80.00 Round trip 144.40
QUITO, One Way....... 86.00 Round trip 154.80

Cargo rates also reduced. Consult with our office
at Perd Avenue No. 15, Telephone 3-3283 or see your

Strvel .agent.

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United Stats' Rgr aLtt esa
Daniel A.Bd dd e Dol-
Inger, boWrf Nt -
mong the as d
to sail from
aboard the 8.8.n of the
Panama Line sh route to Crlato-
bal. Both Ootmessmen afe ex-
pected to return to the States
on the same ship. They a ac-
companied by theatin.
Eus ue o. r, -ve
Secretary y tam] jmum Cm'
company an4d l., Loma rd arc
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Stewart 2 AspphittetS
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in 1340 4 Cek hMiI
11 Speaker SOals l ,,
13 Eluder o i usm ~el*rs
14 Spanish shawl 7 pa4
15 Silgnift & Idqpu M
1 Powerful 0 Witwbdiaw S Aar
explosive 10oSha plI
17 Forelpn ViI U
agents 12 Sur d eltd i
19 Narrow Inlet sGerlanl ow-
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20 Dq.-isjfosn(GaeI). b ,
22 Gibbon d"21 -7,w-ooden.
33 Road houlder23 L*cold. IL W l n"11t.
24 Anglo-Saxon Leasu m t.
25 Half-sm
82 Balls water
27 Deep hole
9 Weilht of
30 Exist
31 Mine shaft hut
32 Weird
35 Written form
of MPlter
38 Health reort
40 Above
41 Golf mound
42 Sensitive

19 Trader
I5 Sewinl tool
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bales higher i annhe eowber
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,A b O. Eea., rves b ut al -ra T. Benaon, last 's Mac e-
Sat t, pf 0M ga i e telptdueod i ayt .10 0e0
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S, ...o i" duction, of 13,216,00bal o

a, ah e cuI lrt 1ofA l tah reportin bheud pr-

beL Z Z 1 Q te i c"a 43400eacaes orf. o t. e b e
lgd tat were picke Ua t yur, t9 a mS
V"t :it~to a**s bI leri11d 1' ielft average q a o ef e iloh
TA aseim ua. Th e t e
zom Pd in twassw -.j u Igbh yield *ss 2113 p onds
S........ f 'rler this ydar the dmpat-
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4willAL. 'bDeassit 0 t acres of cott t onir d bei

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MR As Fw and drforfei tureof ar vote l-a i npee j- d ori

SDays. d forfetur f o o e. (t p co n compared c otob its- previous a-
:e- a"Th eAe fi t at @ of2&1 ae o th000~1m.e We take pleaure in anO

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wMTIr a Lrw ( lh'o he em aon hrt 4a0 bee noextra that, beginning Dec. 4 w

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Buev dW as h r v 0 ahmo -- d r cotton teak aotoaau
Will.jafter a series Oaokouse robberyeamellhirti 1010Vstaple al- an French Cadorlcin produ
y 7tLr to Ruse F Cou n 2,100tqr, Ron''bales f, h
m ,,o p.m. 1,"101voted Stites vice co"W Land
thrW brought blbP; becouple wa-maried by anlast monthrm 6elt-bale fore-
t. og bays lBt matth ofid *tats vc AMYc.0op40. cotton proddc winll vote Iedyx-

c stall ton the Jane non hs been under heavy We wll be lto
0oprtcre to relax the cYback. He ,p r
*a hanve berma ma ft hey hsXX no alteitlve O but

Sthe ing s c eti quota or g 1M llion
I : by a aw.c creim tookbals, based on the 17,Pe 110,48 a- We have a lar s @ook

d n.gL J r i'. L ,ASE H'eR hdut allotment proclam ed by and a kinds o f JuI v N.
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now -d.brsh hee no anal level bletis vebut
PLEASET s 4th of Ju Av No. L

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FOR XMAS storage fm pmrfto -yar

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-F R b. -- FOR SALE:--T1952~qr VS Tudor ny.n 'e
*ith thwe chaim*. r. 12, Sgon. n CusTa", t xcelt i"
a p1ttMlnt No. 2, 44th St. Can be flltlon. 04294, ... t., TYour lU.! ;
sen between hours of 1:00 p.m. Anedn. prapored -y P
to 200 'p. m. only. FOR SALE: Chevrolet Panel 1 /2 our spotless
FOR S b.E:-To best reasonable of- t Inquire at N 21, Juan B. *ys S a Mi
for: Four-bJrner.Toap n gas range; SoL Street. iti. I
0-gallon Norge get ht water FOR $ALE:- 152 "Mortil #W," Averie No. .14, Toel. 3
heater; 60-cycle eight cubic foot low mlrlgep. Tellphonr,' I to Ce ifal Thei.tr.e, diia ri'
Friaidalre electric refrigerator; 356i ut.'n rlvai r9.t r etrom for
Thor semi-automatic woshiln ma- unt .
chine; Whirlpool completely auto- FQR SALE :-1951 Plymouth Won. n
11 22- 4M ..g.....0 .;
matic washing machine; brch 42 14.1l Leather up- FOR SAUMAWe
Finish folding screened baby crib ;iAx V' "i .d. k _. 4. ,'
I With Southern Cross mattress. Con- tbving. Lt.k U all
Stact Will Ar.y Panama 2-0712 or Sgt. .&V day r- '
Valboo 1248, Ext. 45. ,nIgh' nzR0fin
SALE:-3 place sectionoalliving- wGozR n i '
Room set $75, Spinet Piano $300, W.. Arb
hnhor made parrot cage, $4. ham- WANTED U ar $9,50 'K.
star cage $4, 25 Cy. Fans $5 ond trein on a tbn, Calh 'M" i iY.l
$10. 121-8, Prado. Pedro Miguel, dr. CyrrilO. Tlvil CIsfi. 2 FR SALE: -o Gnl'ns
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;pR SALE :-Rack Gas Refring rtor, WANTED BUY 490tMt|On size Pfratdidlly new. Phbne
$75. .25 C. s c hine, Ping-Png't.bl..CplJ -321. or hpus 521-A'CuB

4Champion Transmitter, with 10 H lpantedft.M Y.W
,, -1 5 2 0 m e tef c 0 1ls.' orel 1 0 .te r $ 8. 0 0 H o u so 7 7o sS o nt, 1.. .
).earn complete, $285.00. W70-D, D-ad 'o a ou- .
work ce of baby. Work her Tel. 3148. -
a_____ _____ ed wA, onotl*r mnid. Mus't liveMR A I ia -..
F.OR SALE:--Must sacrifice, leaving. in. Brin1 references. Cafle Ricardo I0u f4 t "ti l UI
2 new G. E. Westinghouse 7 and Arias No. 40, downstairs.i oi u:J I
'7 /z cu. ft. 60 Cycre i frigerators, WAN1 arincd cO k, ~ hartA 2 0-, U.. .
mahogany livingronm set. Double FlOdiry: iear dc, re erenc ic .b,
Sbed, kfchen table and chiir st, Cove ssial. Riardo Arias 40. Compo 15 inch spe kr. tip
Reasonable offA r acIpted. oCaf AaWcre Phori .1m 0,
A~ b;.A hhk 2747-

day time rouft p,..
P E Gylr OF A RADIO or mixer W'anted Pr nii .WAN .
with eo h trade-in br refrilerator, Exprienced bilingual accountAant, Apari neP
chose of new. Telephone. 2-5144, s ks responsible position withcs b 3 ejdHiMt 'dWm .. ', r
ylse uhin a 4 rlb sobm e p it erioncil ti m lis I
Panama. reliable firm either side. Write J. houie. R ENT:-Cd
FOR SALE:-7 'eu. ft. il .reelaln "W. Box Cotbn. 14s
Frigidaire. Best offer dcepl, you. neod a mntler for yaor U SAL1E ';
cycle unit abbut 4 yrs.'old.1V0N .lub, someone with a personal I
B. Curunde. touch who con take afI of your ABMi""C'L e M tnN. ...Bq.ri
LrR SALE: Heywood .Wakefield social affairs in a re l way? -f so, I NT-Ft rtn ,
wicker livingroom set consisting of please write Box 45, Ancon, C. Z. OR SAtLETrim Justo ArdiMe o bed
2 rocking chairs end 1 ,sofao wit ; motibtke. E'i l 1ht ', . Cal l '
b;iccle, $10. All in NgoodEqb&lI 5
lnn r Ion S Ie mnt old. EICdtl 25-3P1 .SS
ian Phe Boalboa to1El berm-dt
0820 Plank Street, Balboa.- 0HAIETT& DN, now have their C1 'fIbeo
-tle'- oming holidays. The idfea RENT: d CO
FOR SALE giftfor Xnos for onl $1.50. Sod ___ TI
rMa. .at ,Clubhouses, comrn ariorles, PX's M W lJ' ".d .-;ly,, , ()u T,
R'. R Esttate and publicc of PaoC : MIETING u.
FMSAL-lo 5loe oflhrqe aP. 0. icuson~' aiqent" ~1. 0n. VI Cm
nt 10th St., LOST & FOUND Council No. 801, cONtm o
oi 'r T alndl tdi hunti g hound, exU
5w P l. Name Loot, Reword. ito REN

'MAI imj ship has galnT- 190
Ole past 7"in

w of ad tn z rrn-ganad awl
ti ft Thri special census w erlkodan aectn RI-n
Si of V,7 5 over a -i
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MW YORK, Dat unwick T. Whi ch
General ElctricCmpl-'ani Y LOS A TOE Dec. SO(UP) pde u gra:e efllaexeen Ii T II .J!
;)uucbd today th& t It' wflY d- -r di s Alfeles t laled it Idf
,,. std t t t hcl ed it Ge- D. C. spry, for-,ts
carge any of Its 2 e50000 em- ao out Phiideiiate TI
, Ma n w.S tdc o h c ch;tf executives
Slunlta or spie and intt .o sellalo esa .
. Oitendd, e ed w ".
1& 0o refuses to we i .k, rtlf on the" asecal, cen-' aoolte t ao
pr-re lad o cs theu, replng0
es last September, census dt e er tmo|M turn iin
t toruny befo Robert W. Burgess gave t I
ot authorityaal figure of 2,104,63 .
: Employees Iis.. 2o oves rovtgl lonO as iy ELa IM N e
IK re aently unger lnv polton ury alU. -a t Sd
reaieen. JospP R. caou o I R-. oht e e bcopsad fr a r to Iim

3,620,ci2.l s ex porer ( o tee S
So ount fale Ch o kl

Ste a 20-minue seat op 411 .theea che alam nthstoa e
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nhi m unl hnae s o tent 5Iee "a gl IU
e si n atuut a be savrce th i
i eTh ipecrl eas was taken t
Sted.because odw boli and others t-r A rot l fRyt fPre
?i *es collected 6y th6 state are ^^^^ ^T^.^ ^B' BPS^IB^
IS +i lt g pro-rated n ong cities on the 1 opaseri .U WmJ
.. W t ov on. and h 'one council w
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Teone d B d ChIg wLIo 4th a 1950 poauil'tn at Be
t of 3,620,9"2. Ranh tlmsit ot for
Shined aid tir explorer a scoutel
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hLihborhood Mrs. Leonard INDIANAPOISI, Ind., *=IU. 40nded to 1956. -
S Il. ddle's roat hanging onr,(U)-City patrolmen Roy, Its 0I-s"_'"__ ,

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R WHI IN JAIL-"Man's sotta have a little entertainment, even If h te 4 In Oh m
bt Oliver Stout when he was sentenced to 30 days in jal for bootleglain dry OlU *
.l bought himself a nice television set and had it installed in his cell n the HugheS oa~t
g $ Holdnvwill. The jail's a fourth-story penthouse atop the. county courthouse ad tout,
WO above tuning in, says he gets better TV reception than he does on his e t at boite. A top
d chef before turning to bootlegging. Stout has T-bone steaks and pork eahos sat la and
d esmls and pastries for himself and Jailer Bill Johnson. Sheriff Emit Petete sy he Nemb d
I ltute books, but could fid nothing to prohibit Stout from importing th TV u or bnlig
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United Pre=. Itaff Correspudaui however,
SAPPORO, Japan (U.P.) Ja- .'s ca
pan's northern island of HokkaldP, Cit.l ,
once considered a ripe l lum r' tub
being forgeld 1,o aone of Asia's I
strongest taee bastions.
it powerful.Russan air and
011,: Xm fond races only second. away are d.V
on Saklhalin and the r= e Ild, Ak the Jap
t unmdermanned danders the of an od
0id island kept nervous eyes th t l.
ed in that direton through- u" should island be
out the Korean conflict. inya B th
But today the Se adve .ar sts. on
of the new Japanese c ds a1a. elm in
erican air and at'ruM o, ne i awa. I
a turned Hokkalio into a ft do aot give tus a k- ,
fortress. trouble
Both American and Japanse ob-
ilevers .re convinced that: the
Jqpanese-Americau dofase tam
coul4 give a ood account aot itself e
if forced to so. ...
(NEA Radio TelephotO) The backbone iof t
TH BIG THREE MEET President Eisenhower. on his arrival at Bermuda. Hakess hands with wing force Is a the
Britain's Prime Minister Sir Wlnston Churchill i right i. as France Premier Joseph Lt let) combat-tra t
looks on. he Big Three, Esenhoer Churchill, and Lanlel, are meeting for a series f talks on t two
worldopsble har rebenlt b NEW IDtD ak." .U P!..
wors eond dr ,ll sd. fI- I 's wlaklwgany
Thb Japanese ha i er aM db s The ot al a four-n-
: Inational safety force aP I0- 1%ti pe the members gine P .AAA ioau Stratocruur- and ii
national safety foree into a lo- .5tm ,,'---.-w_, __t, a four-en-eatma
Stent 2,006-nans Northr of Ire are ne x- er 'sHa
Holtkaldo. Amerioan the d sn
Coil )o in glo"wing_ tllar o = e.an
TheUntd teIhnsan there to five
the -rontslneleroleer. igno te ml, -o~ae the reiflo ae o
nSoviet attacks 1 0 9 tohruna, e tru nn Ie j
would Ameerrcat fl s1_o9 f ~A g 1 ca
fgs ete s of rotions.e d fhe -o se h t mp
t by way 3a ah uontr- i8t0 onl tr il b
north Hsu toor a e w e r e am r~es traom
Criou s tovie l q d of mort s byudiobl c
the ant agonlstic haisiew e estor vik m aiis adineat.a
et t torm inald T n. the late o and
over Hokkaldo atV ..us_0 a'te195|-
od the as .to ht d de- N r the t t 5 .
ean B-29 bomber wti mJrs sie Ian th imr -isa m ewa clubr 5 fuW4
relonmianae onianeff the W eashingonitoetfht the F0- 6AefltO s the
moThe Japman Ar bf bm drw 1I11ai frnt

sk.. have beom l sod L.. luinv Aires.
okk ai o erly In 12p3 thoe idlZ =o o met- *q dliatsobp Str 4nrlm

inga orders" nrd o aret niuI sa ite trhthIte nit- theaoed
Ci' Inrhr o ,-oAn Aa Maehado .4 o a ortln7
n'd nrthesr ss ons .P. ers d tehe-h don = -ot abuse the ata gr
bai'The R iiakns, g o ab rmada n tokunusual "l t kat o 0ar. _as Ellht ;tf a" b" gy
i bthe bein t1 r "Theyttime we fy the .Por- u m a e

hirymOh the W -.fpim ic rost ch wl uses
O the abres t.dvLI a a i W nationalto

kies,.hve becomenelosasr a henoaue amllobe

fa10 to di NEW YelK (U .P)
te aroiivalt ofs tah e s Od afthel. ekig q 8taItoa

asNAirheorterkernps... e
CIAedon h (brsi PIN renom mew- e hive P." Bi0sP f

yusa ts nowre liv s re ralt- s oud ,g nOd Portua by g we

tamhon comr rider u t mild smeo 1as tDOSy ES 5l I
only oecaionally a crosy. gal
rln" passes. -is li "m chee te t

tyoec-ori tMr arrce Bos. ralf. hbt 1tresete s, than went b p a
It hPs been a ororrifhl io.e p- ve rdrI he
the emote but potentlBir elo h 4lbl,0 Is duear s as

vt "COld orf oxe Abole, hta eth
factor to taltalSasn Nw aW YOrLe-E(U, P.);,- Chtas- tha eU _i"n
s loa traoban bD otheiv tin Dl aI ai oIo ward
pmeof the to.lp Wread ary W ws t some w ot hi wldw
e Northsra mMao. s hirt P rs s Ru 1

esdo not Yet bu enouhee Paris nd atter
sowsthato defend Hare bebyr UHaborl AnO Drpd
th aves" said rie.. husbalo abou teaie s B
ako, commander of wi eeTre imild aete

vie are o in qudlo 1. -11Iin wLEV ANtD bu. P a .
Ibyf wrculd IIweI ahead o oaeminn rt tbpV .
israe u airloed t to th Sh
44a !. bs 2Kft. I I W
MutIal lengee theia dian fr. my 6
OWA Asr Force Base, wrld, h smwoteramey blown nwW IntowI=, and im
eret er's way of Uifa Powerful jets of the F-89 Sorpion ntsoIs. Mo wI_."t buwa thos ir a ths
ry alae-bed bond to reveal, In soldiWd sandatone, the track ks t a. l Oeea'ft &`4 division W, d ith an.,a
otLpdntt of oxen. Above, they're pointed out by CarroU O.llW:er.1 le, lfC .hup t~dfJelam. .-I c als. l- ',I besa-ol.a Obela lif il.
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Minnesota All-America Bosox Get Jensen; Yankees

Star Also Back-Of-Year Michaels Returns Tonight

United Press Sports Writer -
NEW YORK. Dec. 9 (UP)-The
NEW YORK, Dec. 9 Paul Giel, Minnesota's Boston Red sox acquired out.
versatile All-America who brought his defensive fielder Jacke ensen este
from the Washington 88
performance almost up to the same par as his bril- In a straight trade for ou
er Tom Umphlett and left
liant work on offense in a new era of platoonless ed pitcher Mickey Mcale ,
football, yesterday was voted the United Press had hs es seon io i
Player-of-the-Year .and Back-of-the-Year for 1953. ning 18 while losing 10.
Jensen. the right-handzd SiPt
Giel, a 20-year-old senior oound Giel adapted himself re- ting, fleet defensive outleld er
from Winona, Minn.. gained both markablv well to the two-way batted .266 for Washington
distinctions in a nationwide poll 60-minute xame. season and drove in 84 runs. ]
of 298 sports writers and broad- On the defense this season, he hit only 10 home runs chiefly
casters, beating out Johnny Intercepted five passes and ran cause he played 77 g mm6 in
Lattner, another All-America them back for a total of 60 yards. Washington's spacious
from Notre Dame, for each hon- In addition, he led major college General Manager Joe
or. players in ount returns with 17 of the Red Box, said he
rnnbacks that pained a total of Jensen would be "an d
In the voting for TPlayer of 288 yards. He also ran badk six ter" In Fenway Park, with
the Year, Glel polled 107 votes kickoffs for 130 yards. short left field fence.
to 94 for Lattner, while in the Umphlett, a promising y
balloting for Back of the Year. Glel gained a total of 1,339 outfielder who returned lat sai-
the Minnesota ace received 106 yard by rushing and passing son from military service, battb
voes to 95 for Lattner. to rank sixth nationally hi .283 and drove in 59 runs.
Somewhat slow by most coach- that department, while gain- Jensen was a $50.000' bonu
es' standards and admittedly ing 749 yards in 198 rushes for player, one of the few ever ob-
poor on defense before this sea- an average of 3.8 yards per trained by the Yankees. He Join-
son the five-foot, 11-inch, 185- carry to rate 1lth nationally ed them from the University of
in that category. California, where he wm an All-
He completed 50 out of 93 America fullback in: ftbali as
S f tches "ses or 59yards, 53.7 aver- well as a baseball sta";'He wa SLUGING T
Ha Matches ae, and four touchdowns. tradt toi the senators with Spec right) and id Iu a
Behind Lattner In the Player Shea In 1952 fir Irv Noren out at the Colon M
of the Year voting came J. C. another player. meets classy Pedro aoSu
Caroline of Illinois with 17 votes; iathmian 126-pound I
In W Aaul Cameron of UCLA, 14; Bob- NEW YORK. Dec. 9 (tan.P in
I by Gaarrett of Stanford. 11; 9er- fielder Cus _ichaecs y.q _1_ hate takes onLu Pao .
came J. D. Roberts of Oklaho- Athletics to.his old tgm, ;.T i -
T' Exra 11 nle Faoney ofMNaryland, 8. Next yesterdayy the PbhLdolplh
Go To Exra H es ma, teve Mellinger of Kentuc- Chi cai te ox, ln.a D e
ky, Alan Ameche of Wisconsin cas 0sa h DeaL Ws
and Ray Correll of Kentucky. Michaels played In 117 games
'avorit Barbara Clark and In the back of the year ballot- last season and batted .A51. Re "I
amigarOt Leigh-boroed close wins in Caroline, Cameron, Garrett batted in 42 r unsa and hit !l2-L-m u ."
lB]eand Faloney finished t hI r d, homers. The I-year-old Infeld 42-39 I
ovrMela S pana and Thelma fourth fifth and sixth with 26 er played nearly seven seasons
Cto n durn i the' week end votes, I 1 and 8 respectively with the Whit. Box before be- -
r d he that votes, 10, 18 and,.respec d
f ct rd matches tmat saw 50 otIng traded to the Washington It was just like the pre-gai
er cent of the matches go into Senators in 1950. The st. Louis write, n -saidit-would e.Th- ,
xto v the sigh handi"aps r Araia Browns last year sold him to t4e aplenty as the Junlr Colle
to lve he higher handicappers c AwA'sntet defeated the JBaib o
O oef a chance, several ofpthe a ua. Frick Awarteam, 42-39. This Wdin I,
Matches could be classed as up- tam, V r l tied wi. This r
.arbr ll f 111 B _, alboa Yalh C b. op, and lands the
Barbara ir .I I l d lItp, and lands the Bu i ri. 0

an fttrA 18 holes before beating
3tbk Sprague2 and 1. Ruth
wnlb ubcall of her strokes
WNvdt agVIn downin' Doris
"M0s1ofn the 19th hole and
tW*Ia neSded_ 19 holes to

nks had the easl-
ti dy. with a 4
ver Ethel Peran-
i and Betty Cole-
by default over
I and S8lva Car-

match players with the higher
Scheduled matches for the sec-
and round are:
Barbara Clark vs. Ruth Lin-
Eva Jones vs. Irene Robinson.
Ruth Daniels vs. Carol Glick-
Wlma Banks vs. Jeanne Ware.
Margaret Leigh vs. Lou Grohs.
Ellen Kenna vsi Dot La 'Crox.
e. Wright vs. Alyce French.

W.i U WI Ct Elects' Oficers

To Yankees For 1954 Tern
At its annual election meetina
last night, the membership of
NEW YORK, Dec. 9 (UPI the Balboa Yacht Club elected
Baseball Commissl~er Ford the foUowlnR officers to guide
Frick ruled yesterday yn favor of the Club during 1954:
the New York Yankm In the Commodore, William H. Clak,
dispute with the it. Lous Card- Jr., owner of the "Kelpiq": vice-
inals over the signing of Ralph commodore, Robert G. Daniel,
Ter y, 17-year-old schoolboy Jr., owner of the "Vikin'g"; se-
pitching star. retary-treasurer, R. Vk, own-
er of the "Aluh: iocftg mas-
The Yan te last month ter John C. chMt, owner of
ahi enced e of the th "C'Qlmanl y";'s ,las-
Cbse OkIr.Oh t o9 the ter, James B. LLad owner of
following day said he had the "Clne" 'and' hose officer,
changed h1 mind and signed a Robert L. Knkpp, owner of the
St. Louis Casalo contract with "Carol." Schmidt and Luddy
their Omaa, Neb .farm club. were unanimously elected to
The Yanles protested imme- their positions.
diately to fek, charging tam- Outgoing club officers are Wil-
pering and lamed that the tel- liam H. Wymer, commodore;
egram of acceptance by Terry, John R. DeOrummond, vice-com-
which was sent to New York, was modore; Dr. John E. Marshall,
in effect the signing of a con- secretary-treasurer: Walter E.
tract. Pearson, mooring master: C. L.
"The commissioner has corn- Anderson, railways master: and
pleted investigation of the Terry William C. Bailey, house officer.
case and determined that both Commodore Wymer will return
the St. Louis and the New York to the Board of Governors,
clubs operated in good faith," which is comprised of the elect-
Frick said in a statement. "There ed club officers, as its ex-officlo
Is no evidence of any sharp member during 1954.
practices or rules evasion on the Commodore Wymer thanked
part of either team or by their the membership fcr their coon-
scouts. eratton diarit the year and not-
"However, the commissioner is ed the speelal efforts of John R.
convinced that the acceptance of DeOru o vice-commodore;
Yankee terms by Terry predates Dr. 9g,,lrshall, secretary-
his later signing of the Omaha tr asur Pearson, moor-
contract." Ing and Charles R. Bow-
en, boaed member. in the dis-
charge of their duties as club of-
fleers, a for other special du-
ties ldu tthe year.
BernUg W. Forgeson wa
elected chairman of 'the an)ual
club PVWy, the Beachel j
Brawl. T9 date for this clB6af-
fair was t for Saturday n gm;,
the t=d deft of the.
jointly obaH1ed by the AmeriJ
can I4Ina .dub and the Balboa
Yacht InDb in the pEst.


".Wyi lrde fs o y ISo Strongly built, so eay
....i Bui, ofbhighl a g ade British
A i, one of the wordd's fin factor by experienced

n14 C tale ve.rr Te. 2r277 ob

at the bottom of thi i
The game opened rath slow-
ly, with J.C. taking a comfort-
able lead at the end of the first
quarter, 16-7. Halftime ftard the
score spread out to a.lp.point
J.C lead with a 26-16 retdlng.
Then the fireworks started.
Balboa opened with a full
court pressing defense and this
seemed to have the desired ef-
feet, as things took on a bright
loqk for the Red and -White fans.
That it was effective is shown in
the score for the quarter. Bal-
bos scored nine points to up
their total to S2, and limited J.Cr
to seven points fot a 33-pont
total at the ead of thd,-hirai
quarter. ,
'UI Martin. Jm May. lick Fe-
Tantle. Bob Bingham, Jerry Rob-
nett aU added points to the Bul-
der total daring the upsurge,
whte it was Jask Tinnen who
ke the College in the ball
As the fourth quarter got un-
der way Balboa gradually work-
ed thecore ub to R-34 with .C.
still in front. Tom Davidson than
made his lone field goal of the
night to put the Bulldogs in
front for the first time, with less
than three minutes left in the
ball game.
With som 500 fan screaming
themselves hoarse, Bob Dolan
took over the situation
complete command and a
great display of shooting
the Collegians to the frot
and kept them.there. Gudv
cosa did some grt
for the winners t n
analysis. Dolan with
15 free throws thr
was the lad that did thd'd -
Dolan also added three field

with 15 ill We
boa gf/ard, was "next
11 Balboa., b
thu field gftls In
ond J.C. waj held tv'ro
goals In thae- eond

College J.V. by a 44- 26core
Owen Butherland scored 11
counts for the BuUpjis. opmi

Cricket Afews
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Loaded with former hib school
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give the no a goatb
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Juan Franco::,

Nutuel Divid n

1-Villarreal $OJM. 5.60, 2.0.
2-Volador $4.60, 3.40.
3-Malaya $3.
1-Enrlqueta $111.20% 34, 8.20.
2-Fuego 3J80. 340.
S-Souvenir $2.4.
First Double: (Vllarreal-Enri-
queta) 2"3s2.
I-Lady Martha $6.40, s, 2.40.
2-Black ll $3O, 2.20.
3-Caflonao $440.
One Tw: (Lady Marthar
Blak BlH) $ 5.
1-White Fleet $21.80. 2.60, 2.29
2-Lady Moon $2.20, 2.20.
S-Daniel $2.20.
Quiniela: (White Fleet-La[d
Meoo) $9."0.
2i--Bao Roi a, .2o. "

2- Rosarlo $3a0, 3.20.
2-Wolde Justi $2.20.
r-lo) o $26L77 '. 0
I-Flrenoyal C$, 4.0. 3.
2-Rosarlo $38.0, 3.20.
3-Wl4 Justab $4.60.
uonad Double: (FIrreahl.k-
rio) $277.4.
i-Royal l laeim $6.r 3.20, 7 240
2-Salusto$8.20 .
Qulnfela: (elaJ ClahLW-ft
tie) $25.8.
1-Cardligton Green .9.4,
2--athUn Light $s10.40,
3-Vamulresa 3.
One-Two: (Carwnete G9 '
3athfun IgUht) UPI ,

l-Valley Mver $1B.60. I J IW
2-AmorlQ O44%j. 20.
2-KingJs Prns .40.

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Big Four Meet

WASHINGTON. Dec 9 .UP-- "Let the Ipeope know It. fruth aM n tae Oour
The United States will press for __ ,,
n early showdown with Russia TWENTY-NINTH TEAR PANAMA, K. P., WDNSDAY, DI
on Germany and Austria at th i'
proposed Jan. 4 Big Four foreign
ministers meeting In Berlin, it
was learned today.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and his advisers were re-
ported to believe that a week or
10 days" of conference talks
should reveal Moscow's hand
By then, Dulles hopes to de-
termine whether Soviet foreign
minister V. M. Molotov Is pre-
pared to negotiate or block peace -
in Europe by familiar Soviet pro-
paXanda harangues. WASHINGTON Dec. 9 (UP)-
If it is clear that Mololov The Eisenhower Administratlun
wants. to talk onl for talk's said today it agrees fully with
sake, the Berlin talks may be the Truman administration that
broken off at an early date by public school segregation is un-
the Allies In favor ofr Ietting constitutional.
on with West German rearm- Anst. Atty. Gen. J. Lee Ran-
ament and other Western de- kin told a Sqpreme..Court
tense strategies. hearlng on the potieally-ex.
SIf Molotov wants to talk busl- ploelg Issue that "selrelation
ness. the United States believes in public I t ,hool eannt t be
a two to three-week conference mIntublic schools cannot be
should be adequate to arrange maintained under the 14th
first steps for Germanv's reunl- Amendment" to the Constitu-
fication and to get the long- tlon.
stalled Austrian treaty on the Rankin made his flat state-
diolomatic tracks ment after some justices ex-
The Western powers have no- pressed curiosity over the "friend
titled Moscow thev would listen of the court" brief filed recently
to Soviet proposals for a later by Atty. Gen. Herbert Browneil
Big Five meeting with Red Chi- Jr.
na. But they made no commit-
ments on such a meeting and Justice William C. Douglas
declared the chief order of busli-said the brief went "no further
ness at Berlin would be settle-.than saying we can decide this
ment of German-Austrian ques- case either way''
tons. "No." Rankin replied. "... te
The 234-word lext of the Al- court can find only one an-
lied notes delivered to the swer. When they stand before
Kremlin was approved byv this conrt and say that the only
President Eisenhower. British reason for segregatio s color,
Prime Minister Wi 'rio the court must say that the 14th
ChurehI1 and French Premier Amendment does not permit this SEGREGATION HEARING.- A line of p
Jeph Laniel at their Bwrm- to happen." preme Court Building at Washington in
a coference. t ra was ha- Justice Robert H. Jackson the courtroom to hear second round argue
s Ioedb ar adAdensauer.n C asked Rankin Ir he stated tne constitutionality of segregation in public
In their no the threeow- department's position. four states and the District of Columbia
ea said thev hoped the Berlin Rankin replied he wa8 and With only 0 seats available not all got In v
tin. would lead to the re- that the new administration a- urge the Supreme Court to end racial
unification of Germanv "in free- agrees fall with the position set schools and wipe out "a'aorry herlta
dom" and to the conclusion of forth in the brief filed by James
an Austrian treaty. Russia nav- P. McGranery, former President Itly eonatitutlonal reqult, tution a
or has mentioned placing the Truman's attorney eneral ments. Congress
Austrln question on the agenda. Brow nell' suppleme nt a r y But Justide Jackson said the The he
The AUles also voted connf- brief filed with the edurt toucn- government has failed to fgt- being pu
dence that "real progress toward ed only on specific iuemtionis gkt any criteria for lower courts AloClati
the settlement of the German asked by the tribitnal. However, to apply when integration plans .lced .
and Austrian questions, which it In effect embraced the original re presented. He reminded boirds ii
eelal urgent. will con- brief filed beraoe Initial argu- Rankin that "loal custom lina, Del
llltlon f the ments on the C5ae. would still perpetuate segrega- Dt trict o
SRankin told the court, new tlon I school districts wherO Attora,
Shearing re-arpaments dn the they really want it." of New
BIs.,e. that states should be i Negro pa
e i a. y.eai to present to Tto Boutesn AttmUoeys ,- the higk
eower court a plan for band- ed the tribhunl to shew "Jud racial sq
Sling integration of white and lal ristarti and leave the
A ellen o Negro seoaelds. He emphasized *quetioa of ubHe seheel segr- H uSp
coa inng ters i lng tenable any lower courts should not paIs atlesi to state egatwure. Iepam
e itn mnatins g vernment to on the wisdom of the plan. but Atty. Qen. T. LindseyAlmon Infon -
parti cla Dn,," -only on whether It would eat- of Virellia and T J Mone. els ir
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agSathat e Nrt e X mas
Atlaplit Treaty A1 chance 806
the P esed rearmament of
Gsrmany are purely defensive
*aesuris and represent a "eol-
etleiq entribution to eaee." FRANKFURT, Germany, Dec.
In the final communique at 9 (UPI Germany's lonely
th Benmuda meeting, the Allies hearts brigade rang Santa Claus
lared they intend to go ahsed into the act today and went ill
Plans for the North Atlan- out In search of a mate by
Defense alliance -which "will Christmas.
n4sn the foundation of our With only 19 working days be-
a policy." fore the Yuletide deadline, hun-
ay aid that despite all dreds of Germany's vast army
'p proLests the Euroeo of surplus women-and quite a
C mmmanitv "iea 3n few men too-filled lonely hearts
td s .a e the defense cala- columns of newspapers with
.*f tbe Atlantic e omaad- plaintive pleas frr wedding bells
Sh on Christmas Day.
h Alied note was the 10t "What lonely (cultivated) San-
_i ud l by East and West ta Clqus will write to nature-
ioces ly 15 whe the Be loving, open-hearted lady of
T proposed a foreign 5 went one appeal.
CnWfeenmce. nc I- "My Christmas wish" ran an-
fa exchanges sto t other. 'what nice widower, Prot-
A d at Lugan m Sit- estant in good circumstances,
Th. e oviets insisted a with apartment, wants charm-
_ade. etling precede any Ing, pretty, warm hearted
MaeneI heeblonde little lady, aged 39?"
efo I however, the "Christmas wish" as the bait
dropped their de- with which the lonely hearts
as ter a meeting with Red seemed to be setting out to
gad proposed that the snare a mate.
i erut meet in Berlin. Some offered such varied at-
r t. y's Allied note was in tractions as apartments Interest
to the Nov. 26 Soviet pro- in a brewery fortunes, unlimit-
and in addition suggested ed plano-playing and ownership
4 as the date In the Allied of a bar.
Council building In Ber- Others tossed in only promise
the American sector, of a warm and loving heart.
a isada BrlItons hailed the
Three offer to meet wth Big Three Ike
a$ILprsonal1 triuOf Big Three, Ike
In his long canrouign
he our powers around
eirence table.'l
S elncld, the conference TIh Only 0vu .
4he first Big Four for-
s meeting sinceW
then Secretary ofWh els U E
C. Marshall met
his oPposite numbers in TUCKER'S TOWN, Bermuda, r
hi UP)i 0 ITTI _. When the If

Deci ur 1 -- te*t La YotI
____- __- Three foreign mlitsters first ga
:hill Suggests "e here Fridlv Secretary of *S
e S ate Dulles, knowing President
lsenhowers early rising habit
Y Meeting announced: tat
"I am authorized to say that "i
scuss Ideas the President arsls every morn- Ale
lng at o'clock and is avialable mu
H fBermu, or business from then oa" I f
Bermudt Dec. s Foreign Secretary Anthony
iter Wlnston Eden, who knows that Prim
In ra.rpseh Minister Winston Churchll de-
and tsh Co- t.test early mebsig hours, a
b tries meet here "I wih to that I aC
"p1lnple authorized to may d 4t
waprinciplesli e aA at that
- 0 aSu meetln s r renchb i M inliter
aYliy be heM oc a Georges t aid:
a tbem e tims a year. "I have been sleeping well h@
nuda "the bane my delegation does not uuay
iMe det Br0ie par- get up that early." 'LI
The result was tiht the Pmre.
aipte and ideas l be Idfnt had the early heotrs fr
he o id are thoee to esentrate onafoll
e ouar Amerl aI flwbeU m Washington m
Ve VANli ub wio DllWO
S,-lt up." 4 wt D .: ," .B
..l'1 ** b3 ;.

representing the Prince Edward caused ti
County, Va., school board, sa:d war.
the Issue Is not one which prop- "I gath
early can be settled In court. datlon t
Moob e raid the Issue should be made. w
left to legislatures which "are as Mlhaball
mich a guardian of the people Moore
as are federal courts." Almond azgulient
slad the Negroes are "asking concept
this court to amend the Consti- facilities

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CEMIBER 9, 1953


(NHA Ti oto)
people stand h tti. -Su-
hopes of gRttaE Into
uments chaUellt the
c schools. Caie from
Share being dered.
to hear Negr orneys
segregation l public
ge from slavery."
nd to go further than
ever Intended,"
hearings involve liva suita
shed by the lab#tdal
on for Advancenent cf
People against school
n Virginia, South Caro-
aware, Kansasad th'a
of Cplumbia.
ey Thurgood Mars.hall
York, resenting th
bredts, reerate d t
Court "must, outlaw
Fregtlop. -
erted a selective aer
hlet said racial dilAestt
- "educattloal and oth-
Sthe South" atJnost
he country to los -one
her from the'recomjmen-
hat unless change ae
e'll lose another one,"
challenged the Negro
bts th the tradldtaW
of "sprate, but qt
is contrary to pu O6-

Mom Of GI Non-Repat Fi s

East For Face-To-Face T

WU APQs, Min, De. O9y mid, '*
(U ) rtla Howe, moth- w NhchW b *
er of aU trepatriated pris6onr cent .t .t
of wr. onL her way to tW 't .
ar J'XI tdiy with confident t*
that a: face meetting hM v
gellet -I "sharp, direct rf- 'r Teqlo n.a
mbro..J ties to home a- c ."
country. :
The. Minn., woman ai- or. Ar Va
rived. t Irom Wasbintogrd the
y "r *Re she met with wd himsUelf Jn t4
ldetNIS t officials andas over hoi .t
the abassadae..
The d4dr apartment, whlic t
ha a visits to 22 b ut
Ama ives who embrae- heir a4 bla
ed told her only t why g't
the NtNations Repatriation north'
oan'lt at Panwpujom can 'T u v Jh.t '
(erm~t *t' estlg with her. ,*aNwhUI *
ion, --c. lowA r.A Tfnes.m., sbPelxetJi i
i"I -:Ljwould1otoJap-.the[ AQM- pqr e
an;, wbte she expects to reach w "thout evnil '
riday. B*Apa(fs the HNRC for ,p. '
da ii' Vutt rtiTtierL t- a-h iMjn

r ion "a normal f]
and said sl tei
ful sign" p roe bi
42 "non-re 1- 1
quested a Chrmt- "
4 Yule part In ben
it tuckade.
p me vwe much rep
it entirely dum- can
aluam," she said. r
Mifi, na Pan-
.A 0 r
= o be OgM
=be 4

Abrahdm LeUcoln.'


preme Court opinfao and vio-
Istes the Cotitttuibn.
He said the loqtq b is as val-
id now as whaei It was first
drafted ahort& V tthe the slaves
were reed folowMii the Civil

Federal Jury

ST. LOUIS, 10,, Dec. 9 (UP--
Eleven St. L.m witnesses will
appear beol rh federal grand
Jury in Kanaw Ly, Mo., Mon-
day in ah si tW atl~on of the
missing $W,000 Geenlease ran-
som money.

,'who led the ar-
m Carl Austin
did- include four
a clerk on duty
d tiaton when
aiomoplce, Mrs.

partmvet i iamger after an in-
quiry ato tthe m lng money
was begu n, a Intd all the
ransam r fo I p iWPs posse.-
sioq was take':to the police sta-
When theateoinc y ws ant-
ed there, however, t was found
that only SAWof ti .*O,-
000 ransom n 11w ai W lutl

Affer StrsEi
NEW YORK, ec. 9 (UP) -
Metropolita daily ndoawe er
hit. the streets today, for thfirst
time aince strike of photo-en-
gravdr' shet down their plants
12 day ago.
Prpsses began to roll hut night
at three morning newspaper
while Isufaended publeatlon
Nov. U. alr first edtam we
on ne dit witbpn bv hours
after ploto-eng vers voted to
end a strle whic had,.dled 20-
000o employes of six major. New
York newspapers with a daily
circulation of more than' 5,000,-

PAA Cuts Fares

Right Through

Central America

A new concept in commercial
airline optations-first c- s
tra Uda 'at low-cost faN
-lS j trowtduced Jan. 1 ky
an A World Airways.,
.adi j k, ll- the way iroza
the U. 8 ay cities through
Centnril A and Mexico t0
Paral, -PAA's new "Flista
BetWl A Ul be operated by *-
fieet o 6 mat Consellat"
that wl include meals ad
bete u> facilities a standarfY

Et Sirvles fares willUI ofsr
savilgs Mveraging 17 per cent,
AfterJan. 1, for example, te
prite of, Bucket bewteen Klous
ton i0. g a a. via Mexzi
City, is1eg'slashed from $172
to $149.
The GUatemala-Panama fate
Will be ~t from e86 to ,
GuatemltarMgxtlo City frz
$6q t 1, ad Panama to a 8
SaWlvdor "rom $75 to $60-the
latter Sa even M0 per cent.
BetOen S an Joe and Pan-
l1a1the n1 e 'will be cut from
$3 Wto 'Ahd between Mana-
guIa S d Panama frOm $52 to
Simllr savings will be offered
between Central America~
points and U. S. gateway cities:

leans, from 195 to $76; Gual
uala-Los Angeles, from $160

Fiest Service schedules will
provide better connections in
Panama wit Pan AmerlcatI-
Grace Airways (PanagrO)
fights to and from the, weit
coast of South America.
In fact, PAA's service between
Los Anteles and Panama wull
hate the addltlMnpl designation
of 'lI Padfico" to denote itsa
close connections with Pan-
a's flights of the ksme name
wch continue froip Panama
to Guayaqut Lma, Bantngob
apd Buenos Aires.
Furthermore, Fiesta Servl
flights will connect directly
flCst-elss and couh a edulel
V. 8. domestic arrtis at Lag
Angeles, Huaten, New r
"ad laml, thsu bsC.ra
patent actor in Icr
tourtas between the U.
Imp h .njtoitons hais sew

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a cpdlm

GOo. Jotn S. Seybold
by plane for. Wqb
tomorrow mor an
special meetbin
Co. The next
Ms schedgi 4 r.
One of theU
busines to be
Board's s d i rt
the BOO a and

of to e

Three afternoon paper aap T@ t .tof th
affteted by the strike we ad r.cqmmidat
asduled to appear wittd- or ofDrectkre
la editions later in the M f.
IMembers of the AFL U m
snravers Unionto vot
Doren 4 P.. w gey by lac
s 1.75 "pack W 0 stst of Congs
, ***lla PIG aIDt tisye
wt thelr,, n ( '. W. M. Whitma
greater Increae a Paa C.W
wek were their te

a.ed dowu ie ts t too
.r witha
'Cr stobal' Soi i wg j
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