The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01804
 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: AA00010883:01804
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James Brownlow, national president of the
Trades Department of the AFL affirmed today it "i
fair" for Congress to say that Panam6 Canal mp
"have it too good here."
Brownlow, who heads a group of visiting AFL
cials, told 150 union members and their wives who
this morning in the Diablo Clubhouse that his org 'i
tion was "greatly alarmed" at the general
down of benefits government employes have previu
enjoyed down here.
The AFL leader stated, among other recommendua
tions, that he felt local-raters on the Zone should not
receive less thea the 75 cent minimum hourly wage gOuWi
wanted in the United States for employes of firms engaol
in intemtote commerce, though without a 25 per cet dt
ferential on top of that.

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SW S in yaor Lodge 14 of the 00.
atil oI n ga&t contracVt" ertlaon of Governmemn
!A o por m Icommzssara1 es has reelected .ftu a
uuO priileges wh ase not AS gOO ady to its presidency, a tiy
d tody- when first came. votescounted pnd verified
4)* 't) dak W compass day revealed.
hk w 1ax t-bear 'e costs o! Result of resent balotlng
JiAh ..le Ing hare enti' y I,
IHB..... il *A weng, '.whlch are enUirely too 15 members of the lodge
d smso' s laver h ttB h downm, medical, hos- de pubC today by f.e
.d i-vot down .cal, -Turner; chairman of the
SridUr this a utio, M pnd other costs, mittee at sellers which in
Sbi presely. "wIMteh ate beyond what you also Richard W. Coy and '
br Chng should be requested to pay, mond 1. Forbes.
e. 6) mCsureg a "xeBd" cnr t Besides Lovelady. the new
,reae.of employment "Which would fliers of the local and the
PA Etrdent pf the not be subMeL bo ta whim of they received for their o
lhad '0d9titutional mmdel Puebloa Ceagres." ad same pe-are
right to u" e aeair q ue-sniers of the nence" In worklg fondl ona, *
mee, immedl- 1st vice-president, Herm
a sentence lasst 'F) Santaining a permanent Gandy, 140; nd vlce-prld&
IS- mlimum work force, "which Leo Kral 141; rd vice-m
would. prevent lay-fia due to dent, Gordon; ick. 14v0;
a n will come before lack of advanp d pli3n.." ta detreosur, A. C. N 140
e t S1r AMngel Ord6fieL .ale IM the attntiv reant--.a wC. N
lnt last night. gther' that this "flctuatton.l and'fud. .-" ..L...
,,.served a nine- nnt.d. _, e-, 141 _mdguted n paro 3 .
r inoe to e pntly for at- e emjt I wmni't fair to the ceived 140I vOel .
o rle Red Pr paeoeo uams here year eago Trustem elected were R. D.
r b behind i pronmi that they Raymond.lBRen. Chisho OJS
r- ~nam&, de- o:would 25 per cent differen- R O nd. Ha J
sait he w was c-r Us gX'trsnsporirtie, no In- De Grummond, Harry
0 Inb .N come Ax and 0- hospRbert D. Ke4y,Tho
Sre st- Pa lut: anet d abe daen care Bpencer ad.Koenth AotA.
tita G uLPrnm cl )l,"d-ark, .Ron wem- 'Dog Bottery '
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and, SdCng With w.ard to U.S.Paname Bt- Wins Best TadgA
Treaty na on. Brownlow Bn. for the month at
waro su l--k I.a nht ued UiteoD with ta branches be. o T
emp -which w Is U-i. Government, embassy, rte
CN Ufm Iarrest of the P an t Onal and armed serv- Batte76 Do tae the eM
_c_ _____' __e ustavo Porcll. ice s. Battalion has bben na w edp
DaTrrSl and Chang foWith treard to U.S.PanornaBattery o the 9ord

Ai h o .8 worworker s e noted" Followig race, the race were

PIs D -.S. ......)" NAA ,r Dec. 12 n UP)l the t negoti atons. I0rd it l .5. "harld
III e s the neertorson al r matter 760.7 points to take the e.rwq
-Burnaffectin them. atnd wiLh 'Able" 1nd piling UP
that "ev y effort" would be put 731.55.

ato ulid l enied r sald he didn't find 903rd. with 57A0.
sla nd ute to too mU disagreemedt between Able led in total Novembe
a ttrt pt tho "eour on our position soldiers deposits for the sec
tt aSltd t the aeidotiations." ond straight month with $14
o .. wet Havan. .uent, n his praIs- In tai. Dog battery eo
Th De.. atm.. the ot W t. ad tve rep- ed p Vthe ladder I0harM
utto the reports re a~Sw Munro for mcnth's $10.17 to $98 thus
1." arustrati ed t di arrangingr tight Itinerary coming percentagee cehLrps
ea, toe which t V Oe officials to a g3.6 per cent over. Aek'
ik r.~ I d post, in the on- viat s C, talk with emr- 10 per cent.
twme a4 be ay of Marel.we shop on
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wo1 :NW IAA.0IVANCE.802n
THI' YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN We've got the facts of the con-
,_ _'_ -.pzilracy now let me give you
st me figures on the scope of So.
T H M A B O vieL infiltration into our govern-
I ^iPI ment. :
M I L There were a' least 10,000 Fed-
o eral employes who were bad se L.
The Mail Box is an open torum or rleodsrs ot ftk Poneme Amer* curity risks o' disloyal or under
ke.. Letters are received gieteully and are handled in o wholly conli- the discipline of Moscow's MVD
dotlial pienoer. police in this country.
If you cnaribute a letter don't be impatient t it doesn't appeal the Of these, a) least 100 were top
mext day. ,Letn ore published An the order roceiv,. agents who ;Aere in direct contact
Pkent to keep the letters limited to one page length with the Russian secret police, the
Identity et letter writers is held in strictest contadence. Soviet embassy and consular offi CK
This newlpapeasr umes no responsibility tor statements as opinion eias or such ouittaers sas Betty
ipressMd in letter tron r n 0 I'm still counting, but the rec. I '-
ord of years of testimony reveals
SAD POME that they infiltrated at least 58
ir Ihportant government agencies, In
I had to sit up with a sick caow last"night. Pole thlV"6ad which they made p siel-, an
tfie colic and couldn't sleep. Them caows love me and I sorta through which they wanted men
feel responsible to keep them contented causc anybody knows who even toda. are in the very
"rntented caows gives more milk. At of or me t ime dusty
S So I sat up with thisn and stroked her head every time she i A eo s acom rie, the y pla ced
loaned and after a while she fell asleep. Bad part ot If was their people, according to teesti,
then she fell asleep she was astandin on my toe an I didn't ant in 13 bof te topmost sensitive spots
haul my foot out from under cause I dint wan wae herin our govern topmost sense spots
Again after all that trouble I had to put her to sleep. So Ii Th. ugh these 13 policy making
yed that way all night. positljil, some of wnich put them
X Lucky thing I happened to have a couple of old memorandums at the right iand of our presi-
I1 my hind pocket an a pencil. So I used uO the time to \. iLe a dents.. they were able either to
pome. I write some of my best pomes in the stables at night. control or direct the work of nine
The atmosfere is jist right fer the kind pf pomes 1 write. Like of the highest wartime liaison sub-
tsis one here. ,, commillees which briefed chief ex-
, ecutl\(ts and cabinet members on
YOU ARE OLD, BROTHER WILLIAM the most secret data of our strug-
gl2 for civilization.
Through these nine liaison
You are old Brother William the college grad said, squad the.. were able to place
And youve been around here since oh four, them. cs un at least 23 govern-
Yet you keep right on butting the wall witn your ,.cd. Iment i'M. lepartmental c nmit-
SDon't you think it is time to withdraw? tees h i formulated our post-
v ar p.?
It wou'1 take a king-sized fed-
era! to break down into
slmil]r ili-,rcs the Soviet's infil.
Young man, replied William, Irefuse to get out. strauon II uur overseas t' ar ma
I don't like to consider defeat. chine intcu nee services, includ-
And you've got to admit I know what I'm about. ing th: super secret OSS and the
SAt my job I'd be most hard to beat. Allied Military Government, an
apprr;t which tried hard, but fu. -
III tilely, to throm Euorpe's powerful -
unions and all of Germany into -Ly1-
You are ld ~1her William and ought to retire, Soviet hands. L ISh I. -1"S
Though you like it down here on the Zone. Once these .agents, and the men ,
You must know there are ceilings on those we can hire. and women who took Party disci-
So why don't you go back to your home? plinel slipped into Federal serv- By
ice, who promote them? Tnat's B
IV no longer a m-tiery. They pro- -. .
moted themselves
S Now look here you young upstart, ypu immature bore, A i i ., uo ...ose exposed by do so adore the Enlh, they of the pl.a Wbieb they v n i and they
Please observe I have just reached my prime, government a n d Congressional are so noble and so pol ad so lump us att 'bdt even freeze to death.
I am first when the restaurant opens itc door, .h ic. over the past 15 years long suffering and so eonfoundedly an Engb friend i ble to hold lin am Egrriah
And that takes a fast man every time. had some onnection with at least smug about t, but I a to slug lhimsefi for more than couple hodb
ne, posd iniltraers This, of the next Limey who says ...but of Parbagral w qpk e swyouret taste
course, can be documented. O like all Americans, you..." In that ing Te t t b5 I Cdd Uy, l
u ose, a b the documented, riey curious mixture of Uriah Heeping Vp Ids ewn sequel at t e U maen Wear a
Brother Bill can't you see that you're no longer "in"? use oaherS names fr d cr i servility and lofty icor. Right exp hse of h coin acroe the many days in a
Your training counts little with me. erece on applications for d l serii n the snoo seas s ir
Its now time to change over, replace the "has been" employ meant. he say:e "I a e, "all g s t w
With the fellow we all know "will be." ney xr red each other Grawr- Americans, you. take ice i your The cawer i simple. WBlle th sheer bad ta
ry Dexter White did with" Greg- "i" you [.--Your The anew* ilpl' le. WOO 1*s m l ad ta4
ory Sierm ster, and Major W drinks? Or, e all Aericans empire sank, we welld. Whn
liam Uhllman and Frank Coe. Th you have everything, dot you?' the mL bro, w :.t M _
promoted each other. They railed
apndmFrnk A nd, "t cnrseZyrRkns4Secal't
don't care for your syntax and verb forms, my lad. each other's Tasaoies.. They traire a .
The "wll be" has to prove what he ."is." yeTheY 11ach o rh out "s ja g.
What we've done up to date carit have been-very bad, buferredeachu, ob dpr ftimt to In one ofti't sl v por fatoh
Though our blood may be thinner than his apartment, from etCogl # pubeUlicaI ti tad ens c to L a -
Committee, to Congressional Coin
VII mittee. They assigned each other "Amerlealt "l V 2'W*W & 'u s
t int tinl mi n. ag lot. They are s efficient. Two wty of the same KAa
I can see Brother Bill though you've finished your race vouched for each other's loyalty oflthe, s Mrs. Wiat Aklrc wome tlook ae P I ia t
Youre still a complete optimistic. and protected each other 'when ex- and Lady Duneana. the skrts that allaq, t ag at drl w'.t
But you'll end (just as plain as the nose on your lace) posure threatened. They often had Mary ,Mun, spoe ol the seat. syatt. e:Ae
A Personnel Bureau statistic. common living quarters-such as of a Christmas bauaer 1est u. If I wanted to U1i1n., I 1uld. I Ilk 'a* s
toMrs .Silverm" ,..^WJ to
Mr. Silvermaster Mrs. Silverma o : a, eIbdou
VIII ter and Major Lllman. "Both ettellent. Cafiedent. IPrae mpe hau
There have been investigations tisd. But then Amdercan weo trikrerhiefl a I lwo
Graphs, charts, maps and statistics one cannot deceive, since mid-1939. Of those dIc. do like public lfe. Even Dickuis either talk wr StSa
They bear out my own bright conclusion. ered, at least 10,000 were ous tic d.It .. '
The composite picture makes it hard t~ believe via the loyalty and FBI and Civil Tb nat effect I to make ever 4 lk 1 11 as .je.d .uthe
The patient requires a transfusion, service activities since June 20, possible ertu so tud 'like answer I t sh .h s ti
; were spies1940. Of course, not all of these andP 3ery the bad taste of tLak .peoiple wth .W i pat ain rat
a c were spies. Hundreds t l badafW r bein 41r aio kipper th'mwes o R .
security risks. Others were dis- l| bZt SI UNl.et Ek t
You are old Brother William, your hair has turned gray. loyal. Or member: of disloyal or luat Ksint beS s they cIt 0 1 ru' r d1 o i
Must you wait till they throw you downstairs? ganizations. So they went. Way actually reli te rudm boua # kippr..:I = them oa t.
But not fast enough tok.eep --
Sling your tent on your shoulder and stagger away. But not fast enough to keep .
What becomes of you nobody cares. them from those 13 tp spots h i
our government, Which doesn't1
X give the full picture because one t
I'll confess you are right that the old days are past face td bo 1 was Alger timorthe who
And guess I can't leave here too soon. himself wound up on" 18 special
So I'll spread wide my wings' and take off with a blast top secret pjects.
d aC nalo nthe moon.to s retp o t.: ,: -to-p *roe
And I'll build a Canal on the moon. Among the 13 were men who .
picked out bombing targets for the 1 BitOABIWATY NE Fedeal Judge'Rdbert Inch ltba her "'t I ol e
ad, idnt it. Allied High Command; men who batg1ers: Why doesn't i go Ctf t
Sadeye Sam ran much of the Treasury Dept. Multi.atfll ear' ibPztayl t Russia where she'd 't? .,.
or who had msuch offices a ee vlle's (lthe ) eo ... The aew chtm nemr w I Ju
tive assistant to the Presdent d wi dsouU curt ge Peru" (aVie t-
the U. S.; men who shaped tb het d trifle b ia. L pt hl o
s a e s acJs JariU -;st1 tq1ut her wa

pie defense production and siphele Queen in Uo!aQ "PuS sesa Br.1 s
off secrets by merely processing b) ha-obeen t-l ct.I

^^^Ifillilh^ Al honst Ainqri'sn working class "'bth NeirYak wife .. I e Timen; Ai re. J
LtNilTlL. membnra. -, F l, h I "3 he1r 1 i edits e I ,ovie-stage .ti
^ ^TfDA Of the thousands.in this Infiltra- W eise IS KgI. ribs a tar uf tht
S Vyi f T tion phalanx, two have been pun- #: tIo I.di ) L- AIM 'R Omrt .
Uished. Th e others are living comr- can p e Pow (Ju .. to
portable, high salaried lives. ... ',o( mon d dr a
presentS. these men, manj of.them brilliant Cbd.I BaIt a eta i... Diyal *i_
realize what they've done. Are s o tohe 3, s very Ill.a
they contrite? For the answer, I i (Uad LId --
: give you the replies of one Iax- !l.ad
government official, Victor Perlo, i l l SlN dof tOhe aswaljf
SCENTRAL DO2 T OGon being questioned by Senate uI YT. as
SCENTRAL 2 pPICTURES! probers: '"dNl dS-'.
GREAT DOUBLE PROGRAM! "Were ybu in fact, the head of d1 ptrAnoh
an espionage ring during the b a'ee ra man tol oa a
ERROL FLYNN, in war?" uwrin the Dm
Perlo rldu sd to ahiwer on BIdie 1 I
S "OBJECTIVE BURMA" ground that it migbt incriminate Kel s .
Later he was asked. "Do you .
Also EDWARD G. ROBINSON, in know who invaded South Korea?," J
S "T IG ER SH A RK" He retorted, "Well, I don't kaOg
that anybody invaded South Ko- tIl "
rea. 1 have seen very powerful "
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cture On Panama
M mols To Be
iven At USO-JWB
A lecture, on the. "Pmnmals of
Panama," illtrated with col-
red movles and slides will be
by erald A. Doyle, Jr., at
boa U -wB Armed
Ilrt service Centr. Monday

eyle will exhibit aome of the
jungle snilalu funm his
explain his talk.
e llustratqd lecture about
.ICna Indl&aI in the Bayano
country, which wa to
e given by Waw C.
A8 s an d ay01 Monday, bus
|.cancei. for a. lte, date.

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WABMi NTON, Dec; 12 (UP)
h tIpLIa the firsd
week u1 Deember averaged the
same '= In the' lat wek of Nb-
yember, tUs Labb, Deatmen:'s
Bureau bar Statlca re-
Iorted :ayxS
The average for the week
stood at 110.1 per cent 19417-49
prices. The BIB originally re-
ported 6 average wholesale
prices r tho lst week In No-
Uemb .LM-"per cenmtbut re-
vised .gor the baa-


Army Chapels
Mark Bible Day
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UVMROARISU acind wir ub-
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Ro afir evuro is awponored by
the A&i!M5 N le e.aSoclta
which I the. oeflal urre of
ibtes for theqProtestant church-
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The Ameifn Bible society
a fouandd lb the early 19mh
cntryy and ftc. 1168 hasa m-
limed, tranashrd and diatribu-
te4 4bo0,0Ob0.-v"lumae of the
Sri r .to Proteta'it
hchreougho td missionaries
throughout the world.

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Sttfewide PMi"hunt Combing

Carolina For Sadist Killer

PAMPLICO, S. C., Dec. 12 Young Allen's body and the
(UP) toice cahge a m(M- girl's head were thrown into an
Ing egro ex-ceonylt today with abandoned well, and dirt and
the svae murder of a. teer- other derls was thrown on top
aged girl and her aabrt a resi- to hide the remains.
denta of e 1eoatal plain a Both victims also had been
o hunt for the ill beaten wih erade dulb. The
Pampllea, population c, d elub and a hwai sued is hWi-
nearbyaea were e athln w'th the ad we a fund.
outrage aad shook overthe bra- Wen offloiers went to Cor-
aitya the crime. The girl vie- ney's home, the suspect's wife
tim' head was sved and said Carney told her he was go-
thrown into a well wlhkte body ingto Tarboro to "see my law-
of her comnpanlob. er.
"Crowds have been mili all Corney was lst positively re-
over town." reported Mayor Ce- ed in the Pampico area a-
oil Peeples. "Bverythfit at a :ut 1:30a.m. Thursday. But a
standsdt.' woman who lrea about five
Florence County sheriff Johr miles from Pampleco reported
Hanna swore out a warrant seeing a Negro answering hb de-
charglng Raymond CorneyO ana scrlption about,4 p.m.
J. W. Jake pge, a wibh tnh The woman sald the man was
murders of Betty Clair Cain. p, "sneaking through the woods
of Pamplico, nd Air Porce ve- 'and when he saw me he started
eran H. B. Allen. 2, of Lat, to run." The suspect was listed
a.C. on the circular as being 6 feet 2
Police went to Tarboro. N.C..
Thursday night on a tip that
Cortey was there but could not
find him.
The search was eume THE FINEST WATC
with intensity today in th
ara of the crinme-a wooded
seetleo sleag the Pee Dee
Corney was sentenced to two
years in the state. penltentlary
In 1941 for houaebralng a VACH
larceny and officer said he dl- -
so had served time in other -
1tates. The Negro lived n a A CONS'
farm cabin near the *eome .'.of f
the murders.' L a
A "wanted" crcular on Cor-
ney was issued by the ate law
enforcement divlddon. Rewarv

nd thp CUarlsatan er and
Courier put -up $0M:
A Naeto tld peleBe %6e -
eO up Cumy eM a rna near
the muoder'I e uary 'o-
day aerning a"d that Corme
was eanrynr a muob-ased re-
volver in hi belt.
The young victims were sht,
once each. In the head after thoy
had marked by the river SundrvI
The killer backed off the pret- .
ty high sebhool irrs head biefoa
burylng her body li a'shallmw,
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ROME, Oa. Dec 12 iyPi A' NAOPUR. India, Dec. 12 (fTPi
federal judue today serntenred A Dako'a airmail plane of In-
Herbert .luellch convicted killer dia's National Airline plunged to
of a government marshal, to die earth shortly after takeoff early
In the electric chair Dec. 30 but today killing 13 persons inci~d-
his attorney .won hini an appeal ing an American.
to the U.S. Court of Appeals. Only the pilot survived amoin
The appeal probably will stay the 10 passengers and four
the St. Paul. Minn., killer's exe- crewmen aboard the craft, first
cutirvi for some time. The earll- reports said. One of the victLiis
est the circuit appellate court in was identified as J. B. Von
New Orleans could consider the Maltzan, a U.S. citizen Who..e
case would be Jan. 4. hometown was not immediately
Juelich's companion in theavailable.
crime, Lewis Larson, drew a lif The plane developed engine
sentence from U.S. Judge Frank trouble and crashed two miles
Hooper. A jury. last week con- south of Nagpur aerodrome. An-
victed both of first degree mur- other victim was Harlharnath.
der but repcmmended mercy InIShastrl. member of the Indian
Larson's case. parliament and general secretary
of the Indian National Trade
Jueliol 25. and Larson, 31, Union Congress,
were accused of killing Deputy It wis the first fatal accident;
Marshal Sam Vaughn last Au-since Indion airlines was nation-
gust while he was transporting alized last Aug. 6.
them from Nashville, Tenn., to
the Atlanta penitentiary to start
terms for auto theft. The despe-
radoes kicked Vaughn's body out
of his car and escaped into thej MAKE fRliNDS
hills around Adairsville, Ga. 'MAKE FRIENS
They seized guard George
Hightower, as hostage but sur-
rendered after a four-day man-
hunt during which the fugitives
cowered in the undergrowth.
Judge Hooper overruled mo-
tion for a new trial for Juelich
and an arrest of judgment after
hearing defense arguments. But
he agreed to the motion by de-
fense attorney Frank Gleason for
a stay until .the appeals court
can act on the case. .
Larson, also from St. Paul,
withdrew his motion for a new
trial on the advice of his attor- What are you going to do a-
neys to accept the life sentence. bout all of those friends who had
Both men were in court and your husband to dinner while
neither showed emoftion at the you were out of town? Return
sentences which were a formal- their hospitality, of course, just
ity In view of the jury verdict, as you would if both of you had
been entertained. And it's a;so
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S A wife is expected to repay
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13 Hebrides
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15 Inept
17 Nothing
18 Coast
19 Promises
21 Fasten
23 Observe
24 Supply with
27 Frees
29 Native of
32 Heavy
34 Pay no
36 Put in
37 Begin again
38 Blow
39 German river
41 With (prefix)
42 Seine
44 Doctrines
46 Hidden
49 Eagle's nest
53 High priest
54 Regretting
56 Superlative
57 Killed
58 German king
59-- West,
60 Feminine
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2 Northwestern
I Heavy nife.
4 Disengaged
5 nCight's title
6 Encircled:
7 Indigo
8 Detests
o Perilous
10 Iroquoian
11 Lampreys
16 More beloved
20 College
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22 Piebald

24 Landed 43 Brief
25 Nevada city 45 Suriceal
26 Iowa city tread
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28 Fathers 47 Otherwise
30 Military lore 48 Narrate
31 Existed SOCeemony
33 Hold back 51 Prepositio
35 Teuton 52 Silve
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-ri I .A pt,' -. .ON" l4 TS' FOBRs 3un= two children, who have beet visit-
'Ing on the Isthmus for the past
4 .wts awtteemon, Jr, U.SIN., and 3 two weeks, sailed yesterday aboard
a ",'srewel .ulmy diner gsven dt the S. S. Peasu 4or *ei& hqme
a.aval BaSeilrtion In honer in the United States.,
S: easoe U.S.W., Comma udat a the Mr. Whitman, who also visited
M ed e a nd their daughter, Sa- n Panama for several days left
Gafdy by plee for the VTnlted States. f the United States Wednesday *
10si la IWorthisgton, Massashumett; Ibyplane.btg in'mim
-nto -a a oS ~- aton, Teas: and in lele no
WAS'AW u their families befer geag to hisMr. And Mrs Garay lnot t ine
Sp owH. new a In 'i: e.aR. A n M Mr. and Mrs. Narciso Garay,
w .,jm lsnt Mr. Mr. Cuarle Mor8g r. of Panama have returned to
d Mradrs Pteorn, daughter of the hhet. eir home following a visit in Sanm O L'
itiasgo,_Chile. ooeLoael' '-a--
.Iurs. Leav. .For U .. Beach on December at 9;00 ab JIer College To
alts. E Arthur ,Ceugh, wife i m. Members ar a to bring Praent Comedy T .. ma P O '
S l ma th Ambes dor G.ret r. 'materials to mak tmas' dee- The Canal Zone Junior Collele
In gs OIG asushm Tums.l evg. tain to Panama, left the Isthmus orationswill present "Diggg Up
amus th to a.is morning by plane for the Unit- ious types and col especial- Dirt' a comely with an unusual par
am. o w.nates en route to New York. ly essential. ot at the Diablo Clubhouse Thea -
X is cow ter on Wednesday, January 6, at
M acapWle SrieLlet nred Card Groep To Meet 7:30 p.m.
-., ,*~. cr,~u At China IS8 oer The Card Group of the Balboa served seats are $1.00 each
SmissSar ....... M garet Howell, Woman's Club will meet Decem- and general admission is 75 cents
*L4M ..im i whose marriage to Mr. W.lle her 17 at 12;00 noon at 0851 Baya- Mr. J. S. McNair is in charge of
alga.__A_ _DimI_,_no James Pope, w i be eolemined na Street, Balboa. Mrs. J. T. Bar- tickets.
tM cM Monday at 7:00 p.m. at the Blboa rett, 2-3617, and Mrs. W. C. Mer-__
AI aHeights First Baptist- q hue was chant, 2-3317, are co-hostesses. Re- Legion Be
i.... eat of honor t at cia Iow servatonS may h oLe gion oll T Be
ftds" or lvon Friday evealdw by Mrs. either of these ladieH
Plm:s:s. 8dell.. 10:.O. s so.obn ,s and M o, norae ScottCan iaone-- Held December 31
gz n: s,.;10 R,,",,1 S.eal,,sun"- ,ff subatthe Morris residence in Diabo. C l Dance Clas,
Iu s SM . ;r Prst wth the ho7oreowere A class in native C a r a I v a I
U. a' Q a, Ms. eDo-Presentit te Dances for men native women Car wival The annual American Legion
S4.00J (W s2 u UI Mu111 0001eSdli'ns a her mother, Mr ubYrs. Clarence D. How- D es for men and wo New Year's ball will be held at You'l be the center of at-
SJ po aCe .a Mo Mrs. be held ThursdayO- e at 7:3 the American Legion Club Dec.llon ith our hair
.I= .'p ,Ralphft....e,'M'M ir, .he ro eebeauuilbl waved to a ne'
Hinens,...... Mrs. Robert bt, s..Lar-ao. Caar., we A special committee of legion- iat ng style by our
Su .....As....s.....aMr. Emma Brown. Mrs. Ma dances of Panama, will be the in- handle the affair.
r ............ ~ o .... ...... s. Einbuma Brown, Mrs. Wilim Bal structor. In addition to the usual festl-
y 0 4. 4iai h n a. "- win, Mrs. R41ph Tnner, r vitles connected with N-ew ARMED SERVICES
.......$Fi a 0rs. Elem"or Hu. New Years Eve Dance Year's, one of the highlights of
p. -Code-No 8an............ &a rshaw Piro.tslan Wg MrsHu TVe Pedro Miguel Boat Club will the.Legion ball will a doir
7 IP.a uF A.M ..... ar M m Wama, d. hold a New Year'sEve dinner and prim as yet not announced. YMCA y Sh
Sn.11pa tisf1:7 m. IpBrbara Free, Mrs. Mildred H. aance on December 31 at the Club Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. and (YMCA Bla.) Salbee
cam.11n21r1 .et u an.ou io lek ,' Miss inda Appin, Mrsa. Ted for members and their guests. Coatnue until the early hours.
;m. ,',.1--Mrs. Botzyer, Mrs. Upn-M
St. I, Mrs. ThprntaMarddi. Mrs. Whitman And
j a summer Children Sall
e Itn is ss on tar o~~n ui Sirs. Poll Wise, Mrs. David Mrs. W. M. ,Whitman and her MOTHER S!
m f- s .r ave FaHave you always wanted to dance, eitherlt ballet or tap, h u
me" n.aATM your fod t ok eLaeve tha t deire. ADL SCmaSes In
S- a wmVn~ e8 sodetl. Representative John J. Beamer Threshold of the Teens Is Bea nevour hadortunty to real tha It desire. ADULT Classes in
,r. *. t. IansA ,A b 4 and Mrs. Beamer, who arrived on tiul, Terrible Age Tap and Ballet will start January 4th. You have all this
b Isthmus last week She is either too short or o nth o December to register nd order the few e l
- and a emUad 1 a.m. a aaslua Salvador e returning to She has suddou will need Regiter' and order eaorlv thrill nyou wl be pr
In m n 'the United Statped importance of a mirror in a gir'r Limited opn a new thrill In your life. classes r
."t 000' '. Limited ope in present children's for Nan,,
16 11 10 11.1.w. ..e..sipa^ lMha Chapter Disler Dnce ifhe has quit ollectin picture Beginners. Registrations being taken or pre-chool
day..m. .ar.I...I ... The Alpha Chapter of Beta Sig- to throw away the ones she has. For complete information eal DOROTH CIASK 3:151.
jg MW 51 n h i .'i lf ma Phi will hol a er-dance She no sooner gets home from
m le.. ". u cl V-f Tthis evening at tie Aneraan Le- school than she is on the telephone.
saatusm 01aim-r. r &. Lens a=m 1 or saoD0 Club for members and their She doesn't quite dare to be the
y dOMawsTa.V.Cmw.wreOpnA ti mbands. first to lau ch a new fad. But she
: g m. n astur." sM' onc mr 'is group will sponsor a Christ- can't wait to be the second to try
,sa. an ea u Sm -., J Lbm.. rmls Party to be given for or- it out. PLAN TO ATTEND CURC
S6 a c .... ..... as of the An dePnfanc in She has a favorite feminine mov-
1c6 "' l o" .-' Panama on December 21. ie star. And it is no coinidenceAT THE
It'1 0 05_that her favorite is a tiny blonde
Sn. Assl Christmas P"t if she's a blonde or a tall brimunette I
.-a ""-'--o -The Inter-American .W omen's if she is tall brunette. FIRST B PTIST CHURCH
..rf. feeCthwl hod ItChrist- b She doesn't argue against your,F SP
P lm .............. -a party We desday, Deca rl old-fashioned notions, when it Ist
to l ..w....: ao beI i ni A 4:00 p.m. theso much easier to squelch them, BALBOA IGETB, C a.
7' .- ------.. I .A .W ,C. He adquarters in Ancon. with ,"Oh M O-ther."
n lt reow tTh7 .p mem -abe ly er har never.quite suits her. (Just below the Adminlatatem Eldlalng)
r and it Io id t all Club mem- e knows today what bhe is.
bes will attd. going to. wear to school tomorrow. 9:30 am.--BIBLE SCHOOL
UI eThneowill be music and Christ- -C A t Bey (Csa ga .ag
6 S-e1, 'n l IlIo n Egg nog and The belikes a boy e
ff. sw ae s allbej ved. t more afraid she is that he 10:45 ram.-"THE INESCAPA EW W
=4 .! Mlbe....arge o swll be ped at hth.Md it ou...
door of. the Club for the conveni- When she dumps her boqks and Junier Choair... enior e
0r 1ce aof mytmbers who wish to don- you ask her how school was she'll
1*.n~ -:k-rr i.:. 5P. ~ .ate cans of food, fruit, toys or oth- tell you it was just the same old 6:3. Tr Christi
M~ : or Christm gi fts 1 the Poor- tin -and then spend an hour re-6:30p.m.-B.T.U. Traini U
St..s Clua" lb ha s ing the events of the day with 7:30 a..-"THE PREPARATION FOR
.. .W% Caribbeiin Stamp Club wi She, has leam6d to squeal when CHRISTMAS"
hold its: regular meeting Monday the boys tease her, instead of land-
at ":y m. in t Ilbrary of the I haymaker as she used todo RADIO OUTLUT-ROXO-7 R May. W. U B I, Paster
-an m -- Jewish Welfare Board Center on when she wore plgtails.
at "& w aa'.LaBoca. Ro dLifecan be butifulrforb her, but Everyome Welcome... Normies Provided
C8011 C~u It can alo be terrible-and it is
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B Street No. 26

H Street No. 57

Household Aitomobiles
OR SALE:-Must sacrifice, leaving, FOR SALE:- 1952 Customlne 6'Cyl.
2 new Gt. E. Westinghouse 7 and Ford Club Coupe. Two tone, b'ue,
7 z cu. ft. 60 Cycle refrigerators, radio. Excellent condition, 12,500
mahogany livingroom set. Double miles. Apply house 299 Pedro Mi-
.. bed, kitchen table and chairs, stove. guel. Phone 4-3C8.
- Reasonable offer accepted. Call FOR SALE: Buick Special Sedan
'' day time Albrcok 2247. 1949, original owner. -Con be
FOR SALE:-3 piece overstuffed set, financed, phone 82-5239. Ft.
upholstered davenport. See at Amodor.I
house 978 Apt. A. La Boca. FOR SALE:-1952 "Morris Minor,"
FOR SALE: Complete household low mileage, original owner $750.-
furnishings, living, dining, bed- 00. Also 1951 Chrysler "New
room and kitchen. Also oportment Yorker," fire power engine, 5 new
available to person if desired. 'white sidewall tires, radio wih
These furnishings must be seen to dual speakers in front and back,
appreciate. Information inquire al $2,200.00. Tel. Balboa 3569.
2-1030 until 5:00 p. m., after FOR SALE:-Mercury 1951 Tudor,
5:00 p. m. at 3-5477. overdrive, radio, heater and tail-
FOR SALE:-25 cycle refrigerator, ored plastic covers. Just arrived
$25.,00. 45 record player and type- from U. S. in excellent condition.
writer, both need repair. Quarter- Also set of new gates safety tires,
master furniture. Call 2-1996, 710 x 15 with no-time-limit'gua-l
after 4:00. rontee. Coco So:o, phone 379 or
FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Coldspot un- Bx 9X. -
expired guarantee, good for almost FOR SALE:--1952 Pontiac 'Chieftain
3 years, 4-burner Toppon gas De Luxe convertible. Hydromatic.
stove, mahogany 4-poster double radio, heater. In excellent condi-
bed complete, bureau, glass China tio. $2,350.00. Call 85-4294.
closet, studio couch, kitchen tables, SALE-1949 Ford Convertibe
phFCR SALL :--1949 Ford Conerti
plants, radio. 46th St. 22, 1 to 6. new top, radio, overdrive, heater.
F-OR SALE:-Frigidoire Imperial re- plastic upholstery. $835.00. $300
frigerator 60 cycle, excellent con- down. Phone Pedro Miguel 565.
edition. Dixie Gas Range four burn- BID BID:-The bet offer gets it,
er. excellent condition. 9072, Hillman convertible in excellent
I Ith St., Apt. downstairs. Tel. condition. Duty paid, Panama 3-
; Colon 916-A. 23 i

WOR SALE:-Beautiful Rattan dining
suite suite' in perfect condition.
Green roll shades. Other items.
Reasonable. Tel. Cristobol 3-1593
weekdays after 4:00 p. m. house
628-C. De Lesseps Area.
FOR SALE :-Westinghouse refriger-
ator 9 cu. ft. 25 cycle, excellent
. condition. 1437-B, Owen St., Bal-
bca. Phone 2-3538.
TOR SALE:-Cheap. One Philippine
Rattan living set. One Grand piano
suitable for bar. Phone 1347-L,
between 1:00 p. m. and 7:00 p.
FOR SALE: Electric stove, four
burner, large size $85.00; side-
board $105.00; wardrobe $130.-
00; dresser $95.00; two night
tables, $15.00 each. Custom built
mahogany furniture, one year used
only. Tel. 2-3518, Panama.
S FOR' SALE:-Used gas stove, very
good condition. Quick sale. Peru
SAvenue Apt. i8, Panama.
FOR SALE:-We have one slightly
used 25 cycle, 6 foot refrigerator,
", almost new, only .$175.00 ash.
Mueblefia Casa Sparton; Central
Avenue 223, Calidonia. -

FOR SALE:-Whirlpool Wringer Type
washing machine. 60 cycles, in
excellent condition. Fort Ko1be.
Quarters 18-A. Tel. 84-2188.

" FOR SALE:-Studio Couch, fine con-
k edition with cover, easy choir with
i cover and foot stool, livingroom
$ choir. Excellent condition. 708-D.
* 708-D, Curundu. Phone 83-2224.
: WANTED:-To trade 60 cycle Thor
semi automatic washer, used 3 Vi2
years, for 25 cycle washer. Phone
Fort Davis, 8-7484.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse 25 cycle
refrigerator, $40. Quartermaster
table, 2 chairs. Metal chest of
S drawers; gray dishes, string rug
6 x 9. Telephone Balboa 1662,
after 5:00 p. m.
FOR SALE: Double bed. Metal
table. Ice box, 2 choirs. No. 29.
S16th street, San Francisco.
FOR SALE: 25 cycles Frigidaire,
very good condition. 795-B, Lo
Boco Road. Tel. 2-100$3, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Upright "Kimbail'" pia-
no, $90.00, 9 volumes "The Book
House For Children." Olive Beau-
pro. 22 volumes "The Book Of
Knowledge," 2 boy's overcoats
brand new, size 8 and 10, $10
each, girl's English bicycle' and
stand $20.00. Wright, 46th St.,
SRiviera Bldg. Tel. 3-0770.
FOR SALE:-Complete guest room,
beautiful livingroom and other fur-
niture, to best bidder. Las Cum-
bres, 2nd Street. House 210. Tel.
SOR SALE: Maytag washer,'25
cycle, $85.00. Oleander Place.
From 9 to 11 a. m. and 1 to 4 p.
m. QOleander Place, near Cable,
No. 0859 Apt. "A." Telephone 2-

RjSAtE:-Mahogany Dresser with
Biirror. 2 chenille spreads.
condition. Phone 837162

V^ your refrigerator as a
on a eew Crosley Shelva-

mid to cook and'wdsh,
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FOR SALE:--Chevrolet Pick-up
ton. Tel. 3-4326.
*FOR SALE: 1940 2 door sedon.
Duty paid, $175.00. 5611 8
Hodges Place, Diablo. -
FOR SALE:-Morris Minor. Convert-
ible, new condition, 4,000'milel.
Quarters 9-B Fort Clayton. Phonk
87-3217. ,
FOR SALE:-Two door Morris. Good
condition, $550.00. Tel. 3-1105,


LLA TLi, ir jYV lillI.l II UI % ilil 1 u1 umiii v 'rail #l- 1ii1 -i u 1 i r' lu
CA"& ALDO Agenela Internal. do PubdIeelbns FAoMA UAIrOS UN IDOs
C"Ital Ave 149 46 Central Ave. Wv,
No. 3 Loitery Plaza Parlue Loferi IStreet a t o. -
Fourth of July Ave. 1J0 Central Ave. J. e. la

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TRY our delicious genuine Italian Gramlich Santa Clara Beach tcottoges, I
Pizza Pie, Ravioli, Spaghetti electric refrigeration, gas stovess,
prepared by a Neopol;tcn cook in moderate rates. Phone 6-441 or"
our spotless kitchen before your 4-567.
eyes. The price for one order is F .ster at.ne -ile pt
75 Cts. HANCOCK t -\R, Central Sn't Cot tages.r a m pas_ t
Avenue No. 145, Tel. 2-3002, next liners. P .oe Ba b. yo,
to Central Theatre. same side ofa I--I 2
street, private entrance for res- WILLIAMS' Sontc Clara boach Cot- I
lourant. togas. Large. comfortable, modern
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic nearbeach. Blbm 305 cept
Central Avenue "K" Street, car -. ..II
ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama PI Phlpe. Oceanslid otte Santa I

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FOR SALE:-Just Received: Gal- 0
vonize Roofing 2'x8' $2.00 sheet,
Galvanize Rooting 2'x6' $1.60
sheet. Barb Wire $6,00 reel. Nails
$9.50 Keg. Geneva "Construc-
tion, Colle "M" Final. Tel. 2-1267.
CHRISTMAS decortiems for homes, B,
stores, clubs and organization. -
Christmas tree* on sele Dec. 16 FOR
American Supply "J" St. No. 14. tf
Tel. 2-1060. Io
FOR SALE: Good practice piano,
$170.00. Venetian Flexoblum
blinds, light green, 2 are 54 x 72,
113 x 45, 108,x 45, 75 x 45. FOR
Phone Curundu 6143. House e<
2015-D, Curundu. te
FOR SALE:-One 10-karat emerald. FOR
Telephone 2145 House Non. 509

Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:-Girl's bicycle. Jose "-Fco.
de [a Ossa., House 29 Apt. 25.,

FOR SALE:-6 dining choirs, $3.00
each. 1 cabinet steel file 43 draw-
ers 4' x 5', $15.00. Electric trill
2' x 2' 220 volts, $40.00. Ping
Pong Table, $10.00. 25 Cycle
Frigidaire *4 cu. ft. ,$25.00. Deep
Freeze 25 cycle. 6 cu. ft. $150.00,
2 burner electric- stove $30.00.
Tiney Tim 12 Volt Charger $30.-
00. Machinist Vice, new, $15.00,
Toledo Scales Computer $25.00.
'2 elec. motor 25 Cy., $25.00,
1-3 $20.00, 1-4 $15.00
Call Balboa 2763 after 4 p. m.

0o6 cc, 1953. $500 cash. Phone ANAMA CANAL COMPANY
FOR SALE:-One B. S. A. Motor- o. 1.; F SALK
cycle 125 cc de Luxe model, J- Seoaled bids. for opening In pubic,
most new. 28th Aquilino de t wJilbe .received u3til'-l:30 A. M.,
Guardian St. December 15, J953. in the office of
Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal-
LOST & FOUND boa, foa senator centrifugal and
L T & FOUND rotary pumps, key duplicating mb-
chinis, water motorregisters, wood-
LOSw-.-rAlITetor wvip at Mairgarita. working machines, hand drills, pipl
Reward. Telephone 87-7287. and bolt threading machines, motor
generator set, gasoline engine, cono-
FOR SALE py express vehicle, hoil!t sand and
gravel spreader and X-ray films lo-
Real Estlale cated in the "300' Area Bolbod.
FOR SAand one overhead traveling Crane
FOR SALE:-House No. 88. 30 x locaiedoat Cristobal Storehouse, tel-
40, two-lots, behind school., Bue-ephone 3-1256. In-.tation No. 34
naVista, $2,500 Transthmian may be obtained at the above sourc-
Highway. __ or from office of Superintendent
of Storehouses. telephone 2-181 .
dget Canvass LAS MINUTE Christmas shopping?
Purebred AKC Reg'rtered Cocker
Sooniel' Puppies Phone Albrook
Gets Underway 6127.
rway FOR SALE:-100 c, gre .ool coot
t St P r .ze 16. 35.00. States guitar and
case. Reasonable Both like new
At St. Peter Tel. 2*3631
-- OR SALE:-Boy's 20 inch bicycle.
$15.00. Good condition. Phone
The annual every mernirl Bolboa 3124, 5616. Doblo
canVasa of St. Petcr's church in ,AI6. blo.
La Boca was launched 'h13 FOR SALE: Used suitcases, very
morning, when the canvassers cheap. No. 26. 45th Street.
made a corporate communion FOR SALE: 30 40 Crag Bolt
and were subsequently honored action rifle. 345 rounds ammo.
with a breakfast. In the parisn $50. Colt 45 automatic. A- con-
hall. dition, $50. Denn.s 83-6251.
"Of thine own hath we given FOR SALE :-No. Dr. Kisey's books.
thee" It the theme of the can,- Behave human male. $8.50. Be-
vass, for which a group of vol- have human female. 9 00. Libre-
unteers was trained A captain i-;a Men6,dez Plaza Loteria No. 3.
head each team and Victor T. Panam
Smith la chairman of the ca'i-
The object of the canvass is I I
to eeure pledges from narislih-
loners towards the budget of the
church after the budget nIs
been explained In detail Part~i
records will galso be brought tin ,
to date by the canvassers dur-
Ing their calls.
An efforL will be made to look
up delinquent members and re-
store them back to the church. I
Any parishioner not reached hY
the canvassers is urged by the i c
prttet, the Rev. John S. McD,-F- beccsonalchairsaresocolled
ie. to make his pledge nd fll couethey aren't comfortable
out a census gard at the church. e gh to sit In except occoson.
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Rev. John H. Towrnisend w'
announced asA ruest celehr.'rt
and preacher for the Chorpl cu-1
charist at St. Peter's at 7 a nr..
Evenaong will be conducted at
7:30 p.m. by Pather McDuftie ac
preacher, with morning pra-'er,
and church school taking place
at 10 a.m.

3 speeds, automatic
25 and 60 cycles Pay only
$49.50 complete with magnetic
cartrldfe at


Cliro. Box 435. allboa. Phone
mnoes 3.1877. Crdstobl .-1673.
Mse on beach. Sontr Clere. Also
n COOL Camplne mountains.
horsee SHRAFI1L b 1389
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R RENT:-Completely furnished
halet, 3 bedrooms, hot water.
ella Vista 45th street No. 39.
R RENT: Concrete bungolow:
three bedroom, three jrvices, par-
or, diningroom, big closed porch,
kitchen, maid's room, wahroom,
rage, hot w*ter. canctlens,
135.00. Sorny Boy, ,Sabee-'s-I .
elephont-.3l3G41. .
RENT :--In BellA Viti, furnish-
i residence, comfortable. Inquire
alephome 3-1920. .
RENT:-Furnmished orihfurish-.
d concrete chalet, 2 bedrooms,
iningroom, ample kitchen, parlor,
orch, garage and yard $90.00. i
12 Via Biisorie Porms.

ATENTION G. L. Jus built modem
fumished opartment, '*-, t w ,
bedro hot ld ww. Tel-'

Modem 2, 4 and 5 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Atwntt's Office
8061,, lOth Stret, Colan. Tel-
ephone 186. ,

FOR RENT:-Two' bedrooni apart,
ment, livingroom porch. Coroneal
Viaquin 'ArMofsemerir Sit. No. t13th
(Perejil). Telephone 3.-4106.
FOR RENT:-One 'bedm m 'oatf-
ment, unfurnishied, go( 108
Via relisario Porras.

FOR RENT.:-Very kice one.bedroom
apartment, excellent neighborhood,
$0.00 monthly. Will rent 4a
party who buys portion of furniture.
Very reasonAble. Phone Cpl. To-
pley 3-1270.

FOR RENT:-Recently built 2 bed-
room apartment, screened. 34th
street No. 22. Call 3-4700.
FOR RENT.--Two bedroom apart-
ment with hot water, garage.
maid room. in Ricardo Arias and
50th Street. For information apply
refa building apartment No. I, or
call Tel. 2-2416.

FOR RENT: Nike apartment In
Ecuador and Mexicq Avenue, T;m
bedrooms, living and diningro&m;
garage and maid's room. Champ-
sour. Tel. 2-2419 pr 3-4289.
FOR RENT:-Ond Andthree "
apertments dge, old's
No. 3. Cof t.
bedrooms, No.
street, Sn France C. li
After 6:00 p. m. Cill Z- l.
FOR AENT:-2 bqdamn C"
Federico Boy*-. A ua 4J
reference. Enqufp Apt. 2.. 2 .
FOR RENT: Apartment retly
orstructe on 51st street No. 30
Enqulre Jer6nimo d la Osso N.
10 Gelabert's office,
FOR RENT:-Purnished apf t
6wo bedrooms, very cool, e .atof.
No. 2, 47th Street, corner
co Boyd.
FOR RENT.-Furnished
One bedroom, bath, no kitdw"4
$45.00. Bella Vista. Tel. I-I L'
FOR RENT:-2 bedroomm
unfurnished. Vista del Mar
cool. No. 2, Uruguay St.

Room* i s
OR RENT:-Modern room, privet,
furnished to American couple. No
14. 32nd street. ,

Annual Hangi
Of Greens At '
To Be Held Dec.


The Balboa T.M.Ci
ning its annual "*h
greens" for iunday,
This tradiutonpl.
Rlin featud -5
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The Ten WEST used
.car buys in Panama

1949 Studbaker Conv.
o*pe, ew pait a
a=, 15y S 5.00
-2- 0.down. .

195! V-Sa-8door
SAM". iced below I

I oversP A real value,
S 90$15.00 $172.0

1194 Plymoufh Speial |
S Deluxed 4.door Seda
> ^oa't ieo UIb uine

1 290g9. down. '

11949 Mertcry 4-lr 1i

buy, only $920.00 -.i
$307.00 down.


1948 kaiie'4-dor Sedan. I
A bifdid,$S375.00
$125.00 dow.

1194 Packard 4-4wr

11952 Dodge Ciront
I 4-door Seda,
dumber I used car
S by, $1,545.00 I
I $515.00 down.

I498 POtic Conmy.
I Coupe, radio, new
pi tTopsfor I
$735.00 $245.0

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I 'M Dan -how

lMambo, Rumba,
I Uamba, Tamgo,
J tterbug.

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Packe~. Sbtien. Moven
8. & 1.DRMi8BIM
alr Trmtapertes Bazter
Expert. Mohanic in Ultra-
mto and JldramaMc Trans-
~ml.*n O8fftlsa is professional

Repairs. Installation of gas
Stoves. wter heaters, etc..

ALL wROiW .r

deftwe" s B.mews.8.

Fb p comp %;tf 'practical
and thoetica ftb takn
in sout- craft, aeut pa-
tion and 0co it, d
eorge, scoue utive
International Scouts o t
Canal Zone, Swarted a
badge t with a -

This i 1
higher at a
scout, toimdWb. Mr. 14 be-
lieved to be the only ldr f
this Insigala. pr* ty on me
Isthmus. -.
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ly taken tto

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volumtary a r

with of 1414Mt D
At s' ir od e, he attend
et allL t Iln school at
SchS mOla ret er T on at
Mendham, N ,- up to the.
month at Atgeut where he took
a case I ta out admtnlatra-
0t con iou r thissoernea

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SAOMW r ort Robbe Theater with mua
e canrw a L nbxt We0neiday 4eeia. 1:30
.' 4 I M -4 )- i- she- was 'r t in a cbnert td b AJ
u )- .d .T CAeaUB n ir t
win5 Ci0der Pa oM n of Veronica Pen on radio's One Man's Fam- Under direction of Eduar-
L.mae ..ctor Andre de TothM lY nd her flm acting is the do H. Charpenter, the tenso-
: 4 .. Ut n" ~0 tshe script hadar rum away election concert wM feature n-II
Ihe- & e ,f, "i rom. h om. amanlann us.IcS
sJl"y" ,..,a ,. d_-- ... Thi mark the flrrt time the
1)", --o- e5a "11m- -.4J tjb- J-ii--d Yi Bony- orz -lm" atlm has plaod at Foyt
Sw thekt Ise N5140t held It i Seat Kobbe. The perfaormnace was
Swt ca ote trrangd under the pln for in-
occan bMt W"d, "l. bu > .ut terc-an of culture betwe
S re hel d foBr te_ el.," am-. r andm the United tates.
S'B 0rI u .ltg-dar mw tarredd. he r over i lThe program incudes
__ ]b Lmelebe turnedher t ovatoa l.I+ aINuard-
-In .th exercises. fIm l 'Sangre de Artista," "La Torre
'-b. l.. .... del Ore,, "FPntas Nacional,,"
AS& Mu.. L IA blood beautyis thratening "La Dama de la Bondad," "Pan-
b. tohe I to Crs the Atlantic continue ama Vielo," "na PaSnmeflo en
Sm t eve -w her roman.e w oith JoaYnl Ray. Viena," "Nicho Barran," "Pl.
'er sa- cand France, but newsmen never t.."
a'them, Every b P office In got wise to the story. as_.
$huu.d ,I all o' Engn Qu Pywao "AohritmIaaartnu to
0 su1ate i Colon, last eal 20 Holleves aa ma* t to. V. _--
*.,tmwb 'W A. 1H"9 1 "9"* "vt i: t m 8HK'LL BMOW 'EI
N,-ermU -th Praddee of C" apd butbt so June has uW 2 SN a So&
r Jose Maria aleC- d to th Irt puv t wasn't cold feet, but the un-
Stain d Maw. A Cap drrbeatgp. availabllty of choreolrape Jack AA w
Sand M rs. JdA C Cole that prompt Mitii lGaynora iT JIg IIR r
S taan t Mrs. R. L of thel nt-A he big d the Bobt botoow out of her 10par-week
Si r, and Ms. Reafel l .d-a Ctt' i Wil Lswt.a-NickRa 'n VNlteryg r5.
Sn ,ardW ~ osuay -a wl t wItsclea r the nw ftie for her, wa
n Sa Pulr, Mr.- sptl at uthe lu ro Gear a wil show the roulette set a
jo c d who or two about daoag. ICLVLAN&U, 0,. Dec. 12 (U.?)
,lag lood, a- MrA t Mots a I he d by .i The Licoln leotre Co. today
aad-.te Chorus, aunder s We P not .sad Gabor has only to y shared a sy.10hr Christmas
.. Mr. Ed N... 36ya"0."Z.F ..d..,.I ._."who. do.e' abt.o ri 8,O 51 oyal
rd' to onus weth Its 1 mploys,
SL o To mt ari Fs o'Fl ema t ree ftheaveraginarg." 8a,24.os wptr fke- .."l
ill a.aaNOWft t __"me s upiltrale ae The incentive Vm was start-
S rr and tho r i p. c ." Joe tM ns o ad n 9d 2 0 y ears ao by th e firm's
et I .pre- h enr ll e b e teme a s---ed lIno r the wctJaeer s. .lLWinclnte. rsnn e-dtn rr Jaes y

^ A&to hoor W r. and Ui. t at a sise in. le c Majr In dr. Te &oee tad timo what he haves con-
S ..atrr vo [lae rfo or l .IS ON r to tMAIJ and Mate, buo tried ur the yto" Lin-
LON Gat Brazos k ked a store for trike with e can and w v do a tto elj-ob

S r Mry Dod other of M~ uirsdy eve l. lard o he cold a r member colle' moe educati w onwhen Ave te atve o
tit d. rbert L. Bel- ular earnings.
boa, and their five only o tn the, pou a o0fr te

V5* "i Jl Vo. were: Mr. Kathd name. It read: "M.T. M her p mel 4mad re e ,"

a1nr MrM Tons. BueA." Ma danced at ea te w her ntThe firm -als-rlbuted
". .:d ." erbertJr., we.befadte the cameras e plu nk you, -ssd50,000 or anutead,
sed "Wack Ecg Caets e:eairaimIaccording to what he has con-
rs: Iae. fvon gvsn rasfarewell IsS ONLY MAINS Jo Freand Searl 1anc i.eVa tnibuted during the year," Ln-

.... f 'lBra=l BH m, asked a store b.er for sm rie t- Wmh St P an and wi do l .t bette job.. .
S Dodda, Nmother ot. l Ihrdy. evening. crd so she could rememshierp lW umbla, dw when then's the nc to do

S..r'. IIi May -~ m r -'we- Mr. oad N. name. It area d:r ea," a now Bobo Rokelle as r m o re

'd rM IIker. Franchesca di Seaffa pyI a The fm 'tr Bo Idi U DoAYS Ilte
So ,ady at the eveng in oe of acted a Barbara |*
eard sadsawas 550000 for unnceigg

...-ha *. mo rd .his e .ene er B Seafore ,he became MrI.i "FROM HERE T
wT Ma E "ilt snae their anl Story" e 8.thAe at
6 No wo N. YorkI. IThlere, mahy be censorship bIads Columbia, den habes the bIrother
oY '"end er Hearts," a now Bobo Rockuiuler as rumored
Maker. Franchesca dl Scffa p aih"aunif KoIv%*od *ouths. Bo-
a h* althe evening in same efba acted In. as Barbaa
mioat ceuorable scenes eeer'Bears before shebecameM rs. "FROM HURE TO
e ed in Hollywood. Winthrop RockefeEer.
SiPeter Lawtard's mofer, Lad.y Giqny Simms'riends believe EIERMT
.La .. p awen, so Ier ha IIla her next hubby will be Dr. Al;i i II
~ i --u lal biem. t retr rmuener ardt. But her divorce from
.from"r E"us"., when she Bob C un won't be final util

S a N ..mmy Kay s.e id It, t eC beHKE
Teen-ageds' Anne Whitfleld, who we to get a man to recognie and
i .* m bated actin ath ability Wiol at Is ito dress t a lmw at FENCINO WIRE
Hoilywood's bet on radio since #own." e
'-i Olve a nTow ar i e to

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as R&blo eiA se' hi S. A.~adviMaHll esrtomers $ Mo
S;a5 o "i" Jr t -Gardi to ,make their pay- ASA
Sofmentss at this tore, as Mr. Garm Is no *I 7 CeiS
longer employed as salesman with this

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Weightlifting Exhibition At',1

4 Panama Olympic Team SecondHigh Schmool Pto. Rico Scene Of C.. "n'.
Bakeball Player ... ,
Stars Set To Partici pate s ha Boxing Chain t
hcpee l eves Threalox'n C
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The Balboa Armed Services YMCA is sponsor- By UNITED PRESS l
in'e a wkightliftin. exhibition by an all-star olympic A second high school basket-
team which won first place to represent Panama at balle player has been threatened
if he plays next week in a game .
the Central American and Caribbean Olympics in at Indlanapolls.
.CtnetMr..T, eexhiti.. .The second player to receive
tMerco City next March. The exhibition is 8schedul- a threat is 17-year-old Don Sex-
_ed for Dec. 19r t 5 p. m. son, high scorer of the Indlana-
or ,er. 1. t p. m. polls Technical High Bchool
r arI team. Sexson reeelved the threat! . .,
Four opttPnding liftprz frfom chest bP a thrust upward to eamh. exs rel c r e ,, at,
fetherwePleht to h0~p\ywfi'.ht arms length. Huf, the mother player who wasv
o Lbe jP Id .I Yur nngti hid t Hufoafndll had been warned u M
pc.'lorm[~ D e I olr~l l ll flr~nr In h Itoun hrt*lgns "s ,P
for rnenie i' of the ArIn-d ntriro weightlifter who. although, - I -
Forre a nd the Canal Zone pill- relatl'-v a newcomer in the would be ncut up" i he play- ..'
ie dally invited to th s enme ha alr-,iv made remark-ea in technica l High's game a- x
e v e n t .- u f II Li f" Ir h Im t o 0 o rm i n s. C r h A ta sn e x t
nvr of the Olvmpi, team loi ; Wednesday. The ,same warning
,In thl tot )linep or weibt- to HeHlAlmva o md was relayed to Sexson. Both boys-
liftert %ill be 'ie undinuted who uiindnibtedlv will hold hisi tn out for school sy-ntend
festherRerlchlt rhamon of the nun In any competition in the:.Herman Shibler rsays he will not
Is~hmus perliapsII) Latin A- futurelmnBhbe sy h il o
Ishmus and peras Ltn A- futue call off the game. .
,neris Carlo Cha"ez. who hs Says Shibler: -I don't know
hoisted overhead %ell over twlie The middlewelaht division willwhythe law and order should.
bin own bod\elchl whh n- bp reoresented b Dick Paredwesvnh the e hoo l.. ." ...
der 132 tnuinds Chavez has come who tuxt broke the record totallg'ihein to these hooligans." Ildffer
within 11 pounds of equallnz for Central America and the Ca-. el y s r-Ma
the world'. record total set by ribbean. formerly held by the en 't want Dave to lyla," a
th wrl' reo'tRpillc don't want Dave to play, 11= 11114i :
the 01%nt pi1c fea t2 nit Rehprlellh of Cuba. aith'a smash- Mrs. Huff. "I would like to,. _
t e O pi ethe 1i 1rwelsIncht 790 In"ll three If "" hic' .av
champion in the 195.'2 lyvn ',' + .. .. .'"-;. -. see the game cancelled or p ost-l rl ,.k a.--l +
at Helslnki. the Soelt lifter incltdedl a splendid 310-poul poned until this blows over.
Chlmlshkyan, fot the three Ifts clean & Jerk by this powerful Mrs. Season it this a: "
m d lw ih.Mrs. Sexsorn puts I t th s way: -
middleweight "I don't know it Don should play.
rhe three Olvnlpi Ilft +re tile '! ++'
Prem. or purhin u the vel.hti'd Tn the heavyweight class Is No ball game Is worth a boy's W. -w .
bar uloard from ethe rvohet to Bob Schultz. hoa, is coach and eldbeing injured."hh'.,."
arm length. directly yoverlipid. captain of the team, and ptsi- Local police say they have sev- l ..'
by sheer force of strength. while dent of the Federation of eral leads on who made theI n"
r bm a lnln e p e r f ,cl x' s t il l an d W ei g h t l l ft e rs B o b h a s b e e n a- t h r e a t e n i n g te le p h o n e c a ll s I n I 4t' " 'I U! ; y I ,
erect: the Snatch. a sniitlv e,'e- gong the top lifters of the Isth- the meantime, both boy s are re-
cuted lift. Iterall snatchming the mus for a lon time, and no ceivlng police protect.
veieht from the iloor to an over- weightlifting event Is complete .I ]J '
bqad position, A lille quickly get it hoLl him. Illy M4 tome hm~sadsriI fgtte nlti r tePnrm~ra redFre
ting under the bar to support it: rkeohm. REPRESENT PANA EA -These -.arethemArmed
and the Clean and Jerk, the last" o h p nd l t eAo for the o~tr be m orets ,1 o .]-
of these lifts, which permits the SANDLOT MUSEUM T y Boxing titles, with to ot qe'- n of Cpl JoC t -l. k ingl e Ctt), 's w iJunable
iprmtsth I-(nelng et" .Ilf) W9 aaunbl -m
use of theoh maximum poundageo to make the trip to P Rlco. Runne-u .-\i onilla wil go fhn plack.. Th m- er 194A 4
by the lifter and is executed in Wichita (NEA) A nation. pions are (kneeling, left 6_right): Cpl, Jose Coffin'-f]trh welterweiglht; Pet, l eo.era* tosn ire'k
two rapid stages: from floor toaj sandlot baseball museum.I lightweight;- Cpl. Esta-it tA-dendez, featherw ight ene. Juan Oon.ales bant i and_
to be constructed in Wichita- am ka' u Ol Pvt. Ramon Parrold, fl1W4WgtStanding (1-t-0dBdeenrlN Chell a all 11MI ofh t I
'J* USARCARIB, whd-proussazt the trophies;, 1k 1.j .l.ertC V. Warre ,laNB.ttl m m nder .one a
.The selectors of the Pacific of the winning boxl_~in the 504th-..; .M/pr. Arham Valen-qA Vlrult gWthhs team nowe L o4 a pyit' I
Cricket League have announced trainer; 8gt. Wlllisq davyweight;: P Jamr, light avywet: Pt Rap today's gp ra t
the players who will represent Shaw, middleweight; Mt. Benjamin Thompso iht, middleweight: Ian SN Julius J~ieL, dow.
1t Pacific side on the Pacific welterweight. "gtn"I'm N bit t5" 2ys
A 8tars and the Pacific Colt I r-old fa ,..
inmatches wlth the Jamaic~ The meeting of the Panama The ten -mp-on'rl bouts Benlm Thompson, Panama.
cricket Area champs and the An.-ess line up like of rV,--,W -
The mbers of thPacif Alltitle holders tdd Itn niles n u I Area ittle tll .
Stmwo r shdue t la r. t. ,... 'l aeit lAm#6
tars, who are scedwith te> Ric6 will decide ae Caribbean Felix Mercad vs Ra- lUDDi.ifEdoethree
a achwthteJa- %9yt'atU01doiVcL':lr~ar~
S" ArmedForces boxing champion- mon Parl Stanley Cohen. Antlles,v ea. .
,Day at the laboa um a re, B Ray Shaw,.Panama. A~.~ ,
::: t a Chesrike' Last year, the Panama boxers Pablo oAtles. vs Juan
Roy Best, captain; Chester Mikes, G= i i LnA~lles. va Juan'
vice-captain; Clyde .Iashle routoleeedtrtlle= catuin eIGU T Rz.ArIft,
Leonard Roberts, Samuel Camp- eight championships to h Pedro Martinear Antilles, ve
bell, Alfonso Luke, Elbert Bel- ntlles' two. Aono ptille, v8Jam McAleer, PaT pS.Aea. .
,,Wilton Forde, Wlilbert Three defending champions EstaebrAe lde a ama AreaeIt .lti
5aLwaite Clement Edtwards,- last year wi ir out-tol LIGHTIGT .
Oscar Rolox and Harold Karr. defend their champonmhlipsi Doniso Ayal Antulm, v LuisT va ,WU.
The Pacific Colt, wh6 will .status tonight+ The 4endinf g Ra de ,ive am Area. Il dA t
play against the Jamaicans In a aeahewei tt hoder, Esa- IGll i aH F : ~_, ,'
one-daymatch, at the Olympic teban Melendez, Panama Area: Clotildl Colon. tiles, vs Fre- will h1W ro
hm, an Jan. 5, are: Harold lightwelghbRicardo Rivera, Pa- lX BonUa.lPa mp Aaea.j M0 _
r, cIptisn, John Weymes, nams ;-and Lu Tap146 WGTa, To
e-c i; ,lfred Mike Ed- cltr haL#h; 6eVto s, vs ni, 1 tr
r ti, Ashton Walthe, Eg- las wtvU faom .tmhe.. ,,6Julius_ J ali_ Area. M. of t he at if t .the
:rT ,eAuUgustus Williams, ope to kgto tihe gWr LIG M DWGHT caption from Po tla ice
Edmond McKentle, Edward Jor--tac k.. Marce o Moral% Antl,., vs good. .
dan, Myrton EdhilB Augustus
Dennis, Pits Allen, and Arthur
I~ -o
The Pacific All Stars and theBombBrowniesToBa
Pacific Celts will play a match.
.at the La Boca Ball Park. Sun-
day, Dec. 13, at 11:30 a.m. 4ll ..""
on Dec. 20, the PacificAt C lark N "-s Y--c. ,' k :
8tars will tackle the Atlantic All....- .
Stars, at Mount Hope, at 11:30
a.m. On the same day, the At- PANAMA PRO LEAGUI victory in the young panamA wbhn a Jittery "
lan 4olts will tangle with the PaofeMIonal League seaon. comJiltt d two. coe ugan., .
PIfic Colts at the La Boca Ball The Lteadlag the auds.
Parl, at 11:30 a.m. TEAM- Won Lost Pet Ronnie Hagler w st&" o74t .
0 o Brownies........ 2 0 1.8ft mound,"for the mbei why ___
The sale of one-dollar bargain Yankees........ 1 1 .Q manager LeonK la s Ie tshe
season tickets will be continued Bombers. ...... pted to open. with eit A second O
untl Dec, 20. Tickets may be se- Alo o or AJPb lurs opf'sa ,
cured from atone's Bookstore in TONIGHP8 CONTEST Last night Vibert rnaMh-, son-
Panama City, Crown Drug Store Panami a i ; (7:3) e a seven-hitter hil asond set "
schdue-ll e< wndsupprpartin orin Colon ,Dunn's Barber Shop, Bombeim (Hsagl 910) vi ctory In as n~ly staifl thisflltnW&. ", .. ,
o eFIISING TOUCHES PdiLo T wls puts on the finishing and Agaoiis Tailor Shop In Pan- 8rwnies(AI I-) week.a the Brownies nipped if lide 1 =
touchedi to bb training stlN T'u$e-as he winds up prepat sron L Yalees 6-5 In U..e-s1.h 1 !_' -..
his scheduled 15 round Isthmian 126-pound championship bout roAis 41 ankRE & It was Clark's 7-in Pro' '..
tomorrow night at the Colon Arena with unbeaten Isidro Mar- & 8 D-, ., ..
tinez. "Tickets are on sale at Isale Kresch's Cafe.Manhattan in Thrille miller Tontoh0 the-obei w Wa dflme t
Colon and will be available there-until 11 a.m. tomorrow. Tickets Rgoing all-out to break into re.,
will go on sale at the Arena as early as 3 p.m.. Pacific side fanst I Kubakl. Ilb .... 5 0 1 12 0win column while the BoOver 6,538 fans paid to see .thel-,
are reminded that the night train will leave Colon at 11 p.m. Hardin. 2b ... 4 0 0 3 6 will be doing the same while roMie Jlump of to an .
tomorrow instead of 10 p.m. Jazinski, s .... 4 I 1 3 5 seeking their third consecutive two-.nm lead in th first lnI nn-
Rae. rf. . . 4 1 1 0 0
Wilhelm. 3b 3 1 2 0 2
Kropf, ef .... 4 2 1 5
:Porter. If .,2 0 0 0 0 1 2
THE SAVINGS BANK or Bor. 1820-
/Dabek. e ..,...30 : s il+
Neville. p ....3 0 ol--
S9tryzka, p..... 0 . '
Institution Guaranteed by the State bHockenbury . I 0 0 0 0
Totals ...... 33 5 7 24 15
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Acounts tBROWNIES- AB R I PO A
Moore, ss..... 4 0 1 2 6 .
INITIAL DE.POSIT $5.b0 Ilbe e..... 11 r -
~~~~~~~Oladstone, ef-rf 4 21 20 ., '"
Kellman, c .... 4 2 3 3 0
..rGrenald, rf-c .. 4 1 3 3 0
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages Arthurs, If .... 4 0 0 0
'r* or other **u*ie Ordo.lb .... 300120 .fd'."::-
.... ~ ~~Brathwnlte, b. 0 1 3 ".'
,;- 2.c. 50c. $1. and $ Clark, p..... ,3 o 2 0 1 ., -
To'tal .. ... . 34 6 12 27 17 ;
eere By Innings
YANKIEES 020 200 001-53~:'
i'?~p IS MA AV N S *"O'~leaWalked otrfor Porter1122001-8ryklOXnth 9th.+ .... 41b 1'

bFlled out for 6tryska in 9th. ~
Runs Batted In Kellman 2,
Orenald 2, Kropf 2, Rac, Brath- -
its are accepted thru o period ,al'taHocmbT.4 wiEarned Lunseft :nz .Tp
"L ,Bus-Yankee Bones 5, Br townes.
of ~4^ ekI .B""e--Y"a... 5. Browns. S.
.Sw 1Home Run--Kropf. Three Base

,Hits--Orenald, Rae. Two B
Hits-Kellman 3, Grenald, Wil-
vidul safey deposit box for jewelry and helm. Sacrifice Hit-D abe k.
documents. in 4 different siles. 8truckout by--Clark 2. Neville 1.
Base on Balls off-Clark 3
OFFICE E IN PANAMA: COLON BRANCH: Btryzka 1. Hits and Runs off-.
Is Ermal Ave. at prenatt.atcorner Neville 11 and 6 in 7 innings
e e fUl ree. a i sit t. a8 eer none out in 8th); Btryzka 1 and
@WSW of IV Stret. '41 7tb St.
: 0 in 2. Errors-Yankees 4 (Jaz- I
inid. Dabek, Kubaki, Porter).
CAIS MOUYNES V Brownies 2 (Brathwaite, Lpes).
Sub-Manager. ADoubleplay--Brathwaite, Moore,
I,;l3l ll)Ymu [Oordon; Wllhelm, Hardin. Kub-
nouRS: IM. JaalisLi, Hardin, Kubskl;
Xu S Hardin, Jaz.nski. Kubsk: HKub-
ski tunaasstaed Winnir-Clrk
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i Charged Against

Greenlease Cops

ST. LOUIS, Dec. 12 (UP)-Top
SPolice officials said today Lt.
SLouis Shoulders and Patrolman
ilmer Dolan will be charged with
neglect of duty In making a false
report In their handling of the
Bobby Oreenlease kidnap-slay-

1Pan mria ecan
"Let the people know t&e truth and the country is 8ale" AbrahIm Uneoln.

State Workers'

Strike In Ital


ROME, Dec. 12 (UP) A 2t-
hour striko of Italin tate em*
Sploys. ended at midnight lt
Snilght and immediately the o.
ernment pronunce it a
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*The officials said details of 41 Iu t iJJ I I IIII I IiI FI iU LLUUffILI
the complaint against the twom
officers, once widely acclaimed o-
for-the capture of Carl Austin
Hall and Mrs. Bonnie Brown t
Heady will be described fully hl
against them. Atoms-For-Peace Plan In UN
Both will have a hearing be- WASHINGTON. Dec. 12 (lUP) ament commission since Hen:y after Initial Russian reaction to ons, Elsenhower's hope was tha t]
Sore the board of police comnills- -Secretary of State John Fos- Cabot Lodge Jr., U.S. delegate the plan wcs highly critical. T!ia the peaceful undertaking migit _
signers, headed by I. A. Long, but ter Dulles said yesterday the free to the U.N., will become chair- White House said Thursday Els- eventually lead to an intern.,-
the board was undecided how to world canont relax its ability to man of the commission Jan. 1. enhower will not give up hope of tlonal control plan for atonic w
r.handle the case o Shoulders who "strike back against anyaggr- The problem of getting the Soviet acceptance until he re- weapons.
Resigned In anger on Oct. 24. sor" until firm agreement is plan underway was discussed ceives normal word from the Legislation already has been
Although his resignation has reached on atomic controls. by State Department press of- Kremlin. drafted to put the. PresldeniL'
Shunot been formally accepted,r Simultaneously, the State ficer Henry Suydam as it was Elsenhower proposed that the plan into effect bet It is not "et
Shoulders said he was no longer Department disclosed It i ex- announced that Ambassador United States, Britain Canada in final fortn. Whle the admin-
Da. policeman. plorinss s eral ways of launch- Charles E. Bohlen had called and Russia each contribute a istration is pmred to go E-
the heDolan was suspended pending in rodent Eise shower on Soviet Forelgn.Minister V. small part of their uranium head with te jlan even if Rus-
statement onb the boar d's dramatic new ato ms-fr-peace M. Molotov in Moscow to Im- stockpiles to a new tnternatlon- sla rejects it, venture would
statement on the o er s we plan. It indicated the first press on him the "importance al agency which would develop have a some ~it hollow ring
vague on Shouldersystatus and move may be through the and seriousness" of Elsenhow- peacetime uses of atomic energy without the participation of the
re udersd t o him only by name. United eer: l ns. her's plan. for the whole world. Soviets alne It idea-as the in
STShoer stopped my pahy, and Dulles issued his warning Jut Bohlen was acting under State While all nations would con- President It iIs to build to- g
Sthat' enouh p m p a n before flying to Paris for next Department instructions issued tinue to turn out atomic weap- ward world pete;. re
that s enough for me. Monday's opening meeting of
The police board has statutory the 4-nation North Atlant- T
authority to compel any witness.le .n.o d e o rd,
to appear before t. It has power Treaty Council. He .w accom ac- .- A
to dismiss, fine or suspend de- panied by Treasry secretary. .
personnel. George M. Humphrey.:
Associate City C o u n s el or "The President' great address
S arles J. Dolan said he has had of last Tuesday before the Unit-
,a lot of discussion with board ed Nations boldly charted a way
members" about Shoulders' sta- to reduce the great peril of oiur
'tus but no formal ruling has tim," Dulles said. "We hope oth-
Sbeen requested or given. ers will follow in that way. In w
The charges against the offl- any case, progress will of netea- O
lpers grew out of their handling sity be gradual. W
of Hall and the ransom found in "In the meantime, it-- la es-
1'ls luggage. sential to maintain the power 91
to defend against and strike 90
Hall said he had most of the back against any agg ressor t
W00,#0 payment In his. lug- he aid. t
It. mountedd at the hesaid.
ageo. When counted at the Defense Secretary Charles E. t
Nwl tSed s t a t o n, mher Wilson, who also will attend the tli
S lders was second into en Paris meeting, left on an earlier
and, it amounted to only plane after disclosing the Feb-
"- 1sl. ruary draft call has been set at
A key point In the mystery 18,000 men-5,000 less than the
-trroupnd ng the ransom concerns prevailing monthly rate for the
the thn the two bags were past several months.
sprought into the station. Shoul- While the State Department .
. tders and Dolan insist they were could not say definitely wht 16
brought, n with Hall. Other wit- action might be taken on th
Z1aesses have disputed this. President's plan, It said there EMPLOYING TURTLE TACTICS-Csrrylin one's hboe arounads o longIr the excluadve ipi
- Hall and Mrs. Heady are would be no departure" from ilee e turtles and snails. This portable houses which has two befrooam l ving l l:n o Inoba-At
waiting execution Dec. 18 in the the "outline" offered' by Elsen- beth, was designed in Londo. Eng. for a middle-east oil comply The bouag now r A
,.9sfourl lethal gas chamber at hower in first revealing the new tsts to ieam its resistance to cold weather, with the view of opting it efr use n aL i d
. a-fferson City. plan before the U.N. last Tues- m
r Tells Reds ..,d'."'. :PC Employes Told: 'Congress Unfair' o
newspa Tle RIeds he President noted then that CUi t *l
er Te Res suggested the disarmament com- '
onstrmission establish a subcomm't- (eantinued from Page ) tiviies and ladle mar ed he so. #mewhat
tee to hold "private talks" and himself was AIo j e tad amaed at a the ts..they
report back to the U.N. by Sept. .N a a publicly commanded b *but them. In wAv+ b ae O aR "ble0 Cl 1"
1 1954. He pledged U.B. perl- Munro for the "excellent" job ion Mwnro sil bequh tshe
SalI cipation In such talks. the legislative representative Washingtoa n W
The United States will have a has done in Was hlnto?." eels this is as. IA O th i 1 a
ERLIN, Dec. 12 (UP) -- The unique opportunity to lay Elsen- Brownlow said there wasn't a time since the it Corm
INeuea Deutschland," official hower's plan before the disarm- door of Congress not open to the reports on.? wge IntorU
Communist Party newspaper, him, and that Munro had dl- and there is "li'rtant the M PI i te
told ed Berlinerstay oday to dem- WCt contact with over 100 other to be done beforle-Conge t, .A organ-.
nctrate during the ig Four Flaming Oil Well l qsla tve representatives. vnes. a -r
Ia r eig n ministers conference "ze U.S. worker here Nat to spw k as N. P W.- tdatia Itl. Rlaad u' l
a th poh akle diplomats do Consumes Millions anaroud of Buaread thereby t praml 1 the ert n .rpr(U, h b Sa
Suen d"to make tec. dIplomatS doshaoaldd e proud of Munro and th(Mby, prsesidu 'of Di at t Og tat
the .. want." CA M lon Waner." In concluding, Brown- Loise 44 I of the Intern w i i e Ie o ~riA
T authortative newaspaDer In 5th D y Of Fire w pressed deep appreciation Qiltt inof Mchints1. n 'iwh the jlob now- .-eldb_
Ad sthat Communist bs w l o al w l i ty a tnds d,the group.a hihy at the aprinklng oft Waogner, was the .Ip e-i
onstrate in the streets wh BARRANQUILLA, Col o mb iae WUlam C. Hushing, chairman ii the predominantly maleb. resenting the Intorn oMrsl .IrI- *
the r e gn ministers orf the lc. 12 UP)--An oil well has .f th e Natibnal Legislative Corn- a s tat labor was ae ighters.
nited Sotates, Great Britail, been burning for five days In a m eitte ofa the who spoke proud to see the fam Joa tly he rlea rks d that nhe
sance fand the 8aviet Uni on0 Internationkl Petroleum (Colom- ber a Ididn't wa t said e r es o, Ws
meet here to discuss' ertnany bla) Ltd. exploratory field and next tbrley outlined tht been- mmters taoIntepart Ino ie t
ijnd Austria. losses to date were estimated at its a t conditions as they ex- tters t to aet r wUdthat besides, WaiS.rsWt
The people in our republic, more than $1,600,000. tI ousted u8 years ago when he w He stressed the tact doing it better AOn .
hf rAL has buit un gaofl KnoSwing tite'r tems w h
e rspcially the Berlin working A roaring column of flame first employed here. understandIng ufh eirver a art in a Toerl U.
claes, on the arrival of the for- shot up 10 feet when a dyn- He said all the things workers in the world.g "ain 'Washngori sg S
eign ministers in Berlin should mite charge ignited gases and received then. free rent, light, Weatherse made i mentlm' r of 1e "ia't sayt enough aAo i A

expressed by westerna dpoa t He *eotpne h-that Panama Westhaby sids a heVW was appy
demonstrate po erfully t h e r oil from the well, reports from fuel, hospitalization, more th'n the U.S. CIUm AssE ; st adin *" M
ilsh for peace and unity and the field said. 25 pwd cent differential and of the Csanal He and % in the last esasio .
support ctively the proposals of The well is located near Aguas longlty pay have all been tat- "w'e Bnot find uldi with sed fio
B avevt Foreign Minister Molotov" Chicas, In Magdalena depart- en hwey. them, or the eupsi of Pansama M tiro whond the w s
the newspaper said. ment. Hush1ing contended that the -.b4t just stvfI fr a botel" Wked as lone as lO owsr'- L
ears that the Reds m g h t An expert in etinishlng ol basic buying trades here are understaitadng dray reparn materiaLu.'Bl
stage Berlin demonstrations, as well fires was flown from the not ettng per cent more Most of the problems wV Chairman W agner6 theO f.h
they did during our Power talks United States to direct opera- than tAteidre for working here, where, h maintained a b d several specife Q
.to lhft the Berlineblockade, weretin.whrefdn he iene r te
p n blockade, were ons. bt "much less." on the word 'minderstand~ig." each of the Abor men .
expressed by western diplomats He mentioned that Panama Weathelsby said he was hap'
0t the time of the Bermuda-on- Canal workers difficulties wll that the Betizensmuda con-fa blWhubbere abot the
ference whlch'drafted the West's Landblubber cna wery' dffoculte will thIe the it so When ask i te
ent to eet n the any do come-with er to we outook,Bro re
a.groeento m meetgust. In the the roop ean the Boos, Allen help, AR d let's direct it t there sef d t
rmerGerman capital. MANOMET, Mass., Dec. 12 and Hamlton wage dife[e rem n- th propee l fdrchhenei s He s t roe
stillylhe proper chan nel& H L eve1 lIne
(UPi Town officials are still tlal srvey to be made Monday hopld the UnCA would coutlan' would not U nnI;
Balboa Tides wondering how to-get rid of one before the meeting of the its ood work and support Ib reduction in wgeL .1
40-foot whale which washed up PaCama Canal Co.'s Board f A Pll the trar he.
Sunday, Dec on the beach a week ago. So far: Direts In Washington and (Mr. TanosLonfgoVpgags wold eats Ao vi
.arh Low The police and fire depart- later to Congres,-smetime in ident o the WCA st p, and that hlRival
am..........231 .. ments have balked at the job. t n r oin the audlence,e and U atr s t in -t.the U.
Sg The Coaxst Ga rd sayg thea ""dh
p.......... 2:15 patS. The Coast Guard says the "It wfl have a great deal to id she wa veryl
whale is not a navigation men- do with your conditions an laborlt refer a n
ace and therefore is not In its do With your condt eron an
jurisdiction,. iges m hero" he predicted. ol owinWan thribyw a y MMcaunft ot n ovi
th fi atwl pont HUshing told the gathering .lie o. n standard of A
Health officials will only point w eX. a aLrk,, Ink atlonalI -i
,, Ps ntted" whtb tA MAd ng that on .
to the state law which says "re- cent "enteiee he had with r othe- Pr ed of btrte n
fuse deposited on a beach must Undrea erc h ha oors therhod udof N*t rtriaOaiMh lat.
be carted away by the property Cabot he says who will be vlait- although '$he probnllrU o ith"
ownerr" ing Panama shortly and Joan heavy. they are not of the Wo n .
The owner is In Florida.owbether he
I__________ _nduao. tolerable" kin- d. A,
He remarked that newspaper lated to the a ual iW"du U f
95 mph Exhiliration publicity in the States recently the workeot.- ,A1'.b
Geems to have Parried tremen- ,HweM'er+ h6- bved that L he
GUELPH, Ont., Dec. 12 (UP)- dous crl r 1 against the U.S. peope who w drg#W ths
Home Style The driving days of Duncan Mal- governmlt.n taitte U w&I. tUIe R -n
olm Ferguson, who said he had goverawt ad Its Activities ad
ravioi -eln "exhilarated" when pollee
Lasagna were over for kes today. ,nammn who' have come here aotion"-e. ,,
Pasta Fasum Ferguson, el Toronto. WaS roisa rips re r5spon- to l io U.'
conyictsd non a reckless driving f e.1t .tt~d~th ex ir some EbIu'- "ei
charge a n d the magistrate tor fl ro zalbut said it "
Se prompt suspended his driver's 'u B tt ..that Panama
iUiofiO -hfrI2me +m e thfew '.
Union Square e- r u e vasieo

NEWYORK. Dec 12 (UP) d. ee .

5i ll and reyingl peint for COrn- the11bepeiu u
J ? .gag tree today. said ju t a nee-
I tretAso....
sid mw.t pr ma
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elegzpph workers, clerks, t" W
rappers schoolteachers.
their civil servants
ailed out on-strike tt
heir Jobs, a government eO
unique said. _
No disturbances of import- .
nee were reported through
he peninsula during the stae
It wa called by the Ce- ;
runist labor group in allUdaiu
'ith the -two major non-Com.,
'nilsta unions.
The Army was called ot. In
smea eass to provide tners.
portatior for thoeuands of
t bavelet, including Br lil
and Ambertin towfies, r' .
cicaht by the strike and t
portmW stranded at ralhrad.
The state employee went out
Sprotet over failure of thi.
governmentt to give them al
ready prOised. wage Increase
he strikers were asking r
'ista up to 5.000 lire (61
[D'ars) monthly. il
Three-fourths to four-fifth of
dvernmeni workers stayed on
he job, aWeording to official
atistcs issued late last night.
In government offices, from
Sto 98 pert cent of the workers
are on the Job. Thirty per cent
the and telegraph
arkera deieed the strike order.
Half of the railway oficsl
workers carried on as usual, but
i per cent of thie me who run
e trains, aMost of tiem menuv-
e of the CommU tgt-domlna-
d Central Labor Confedera-
On, stayed away. School were
Commnlat". + maa eii ....

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ANw Indochina 'Dee, iS- to .
riclo rete fra m io
PAU .aforerfinish

R the Pench tricolor
dh e r the deserte

nat units of anient.hal cpie
o 6f LEl chau ray r I,(
P)- Communist dribil artlone

th Into the outlitrts of the
tiah ores to pulled th
atec 0lty 20 miles from lBd
inAee front2r lving be d
rioolor flying from a smoke-
chened, nuat.

r been supplied
as enech b arrn'M blasted

a -hl Us.
tbdrltW yesterday 15 was an.
bni en the French tricolor
va n of te vete
lth cVml unit divso drove
fh into the outrirts of thes
YAs the Reds new ofend
tinued to roll.
i Chu, 200 mile nor
here and only 20 mlo
the Red Chinr
Ir been uppd
Id as oeo a- bano :

Sforce Ia
-held Jungles :

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