The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01805

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ganizing and representing non-US citizen employes
Canal Zone agencies, government and private, it wail
nounced at a special meeting of the Crist6bocbpt
the union at the Crist6bol Mt. Hope hll pueg
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in the Canal Zone there is a denial of eq.ulA 44r
tunity and treatment,
Segregation in housing, schooling and ol oNatk rf
lities was quoted as an example of thide4mnial
The meetoi resolved that the ClK eeM-. c:
to utilize alj oft he resources awoval l t.o .e.u.aW.
equitable tistment of workers in th,Cwol Zone.
Government anMd Civic Im- a -mpe'nr at the abpr j
ployes Orga izlnr committee e It -e.m is
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speCal" ordats from execa,
vice predent-dlrector of brgnPi-
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"Our last statetant aa
that Rulssa pust be branded ai
a belligerent and the netia-
tions should be between the two
a still stad" Paun d.
minister Cho Chunw Hwan a
Col. Lee Soo Yung were reior
ed to be on their way to B
to. report to Fyun.
Cho had to the Unlted
Pres earlier th" week 1 11
not expect any result r
the peace conference wh
.t was convened or not.
COh said the Republic of Ko-
tea has found it "impossible tc
gt anywhere with the Commu-
slat over the conference table."

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fhAburners Due
SHoliday Sugar
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horses will get
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Grabam Lewis and Pascual
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nirona declaring that
under f.codem ton should local
rate' ll s commit the error
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bghip o in Local 900 dur-
ing the t October, as a
result of w.i. the recent 15th
cosatiuttogidl convention of the
CIO in Clevelid went on reco :d
approving reslahtion on the
to continue rspstmt. non-
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as they are prepared mem-
bership to support Local e 0 a
they indicated in October.
Vaugban reported oah coner-
enoe beId with other CIO cema-
mittees directly interestAiit the
Zone situation, and an 'inior-
long conference with Pstacan-
Ian Ambassador to the U.S.
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the true demeantle pitedlple
el hIs govement.
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prepreed to meet tht challenge
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to American prinples
play so that we a.y a
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By FRED SPARKS


SHONG KONG, Dec. 12 (NEA). Since the Korecan truce, Red China, has
en making a historic drive to become a modern, mighty military power. It is .
most intense peacetime build-up since Herr Hitler formed his pre-war Wehr- ","moo
cht. beat.
Just as the Russian army profited from errors made when it stubbed itst. .
jp Finland's Mannerheim Line, so China is profiting from her errors (* ,
je mitive equipment) in Korea. 7 '..-- ..F


Sne solemn signing ar raomujom or mrte aohumif
stop the killing wvs greeted in.Americe with teorW -
prayers. -
It was greeted in Red Chin with cheers an-:
marches. For the first time since Gepghis KhanM.
had halted white r ant. Peiping now refers to
ica as-a "paper tiger. .
After the tru0e'A ericd relaxed and welcomed 1hoe-
her sick impied ea with humble thanks.
Sut Red ChineM "W spurred to great efforts and still
pits ambitious flani .
The build-up Is accompanied ng's platoons in formal a-
.-by. an-Incredible camlpag saults. They believe that Rus-
galut the U.S. Propagand la and China at recent n-
.pPIng. on the brain like tl- ference* liede" the world like
neewater torture( an applk
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Sth; t'e Cinese .bmmunts Army has
L a aut the US.&


;ECBIIurnNG INDUCEMMNT Is the fact that the Red China
Army is fed twice the ivilian fare. Other attractions make It
easy to geg volunteers.





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Presents:


GREAT DOUBLE PROGRAM
. .OF CHRISTMAS!
ifRI E FLYNN, in
"OBECTIVE BURMA"
Also EDWARD G. 'ROBINSON, in
"TIGER SHARK"


PROGRAM PROHIBITED
E FOR MINORS!
"MARIHUANA"
ALSO: -
LMDIST REVIEW'


iath. future you will be callUe
on to liberate all Asia and.
eventually the United Statei
Itself."
Fantastic? Not for those who
have seen Chinese power grow
and Chinese ego expand.. They
now consider themselves onq
of the "BIg Five."
A wife European mili at-
tache, an Orientqlas mtdmto
25 years. inner .I
er of reports from imddn Red
China and told me:
NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE


nusaian sponsored (inmu-
nit parties are charMd with
taking over capitalistc coun-.
tries of the West,.
Chinese spoha redCommu-
niut parties are !haPi with
i taking over the formeso cwql...
lea of the Orient. with buUet.
I if need be, besides ballots--the'
kind they are now shooting In
i Malaya and Indochina.


RELIEF
Surely, despite all the bleat-
lngs, the ,wy 1 truce was a
relief to Peiping. -
For months before It was Im-
posasible to purchase in China
a sheet of tin, a bag of mails
a spare part a car a yard
of wire or even a Limple ham-
mer.
Although Rusqiu machani-
cal consts.1iR-!,'Ja V*w Vt.


"Nothing Is Impossible for
these teeming millions conoen-
trating on one thng under ,
iron Communist rule.
"If there Is another wax, I'm
positive well see Chinese
troops in the Middle Rast and
Europe.
"Remember, some of the best
Russian Iftat in World War
II wes an from -the
USSR's O 'd t pubUe'
"It we atr' a m to
link up wlt te Jeaueu a-
crofs thLe Nladte Mi Look at,
your nm= an. yotI se how
much esmer tIM would be for
Russia ndU China."
Aetally, dIplqm pemlt- '
ted to around China
not IRug Peip-


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(2) "encourage", comuDun
elsewhere in Aa..
Np SEPARATION '
Few korean veter" are be-
InR released, and a Ml wof
right is as unknown as free
election.
Some aging sergeants who
fought revouUl 7ry -bale
for years before Wor ea
lng retiredd" totiir r ae
to -direct Otw rai o me
guard, 9,000,00.0 *Oag.


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Twikli Chistmas


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BY L4YnSHERWOOD

A Christmas conversat onr iece.
which will put a lot of spare in
z .. :. ".. your room without costing you, a
Mi NIT F 'ITCAK. that requires'-e bakita.'w ,m b, h penny, is a mobile that's easy and
....f..... .a.sat.h "a"-- rmfun to make.
hit of the helUday eason. Servmd .wit l All you need to do is round up
,&. By t;Y1OKl M 3pIDO.X three wire coat hangers, paste,
NET Food and Markets Editor cardboard, black t h re a d and
o -- ... scraps of shiny paper and-or old
had .-eeral nubake. Irii ,until gelalin is dissolved. Add sug-iChristmas cards and follow the
recipes sent to u, for testsng i-'r .tir until dissolved. Pour mo- diagram shown.
ne %as really good and had la.e' ijo. large -bowl of electric I'm using two near the fireplace
S ht consistence. Here it i4. 1ier: add- gelatin mixture, va- to flank a strategic sprig of mis-
itlith nun. fruili and pice.. milla. or'ainge riha'and spices. Beat iletoe. Warm air rising from the
** gn- and beautiful to look at or highest -speed of electric mixer fire keeps the motifs turning and
at i quite mexpn-aie. It', 15 minutes. Add to Brazil nut-fruit twisting and reflecting light from
trying .mnitture: blend thoroughly withltheir shiny surfaces.
ake Brazil Nut Fruitcake spoon. We're indebted to Jim Pace,
S 'e cups Brazil nuts i2 pounds. Turn .ito p rpar pan, press-: Chicago designer of mobile kits
ed. I pound shelled), ing with spoon, o waxed paper for home assembly, for the basic
S graharaham cracker. pound over cake, press down with hands. pattern you pee above. The dimen-
S ess raisn.,. I cup (8 omenesi,, f deired. garmik-with additional visions are meant to be a guide.
mIixed gazed fruit, one 8-,maraschino cherries and sliced i Variations can be mad W to suit
jar mara'-chino cherries, Bazil, nuts. Chill in refrigerator 6 your fancy. Note that. he empha-
i* eas, I en elope unflavored gel-,to 8 hours. To atore.. wrap.in .alw sizes the horizontal p e to per- be
*. one-third cup orange juice, minum foil and keep in refrigera- mit free movement and to Ueep ilk
sugar, two-thirds cup un- tor the mobile out of the hair do tall
S pred molasses, 1 teaspoon va- Yield: 4'1-pound fruitcake. guests. I
a, 1 tablespoon grated orange' NOTE: If desired, bought t
. L4d, La teaspoon each cinnamon, marshmallows may be used in The rods are strung about three _
Nutmeg, cloves, ML teaspoon each place of the homemade marshmal- inches apart. The position of the m
allspice, ginger. 'low mixture. Substitute 1-pound thread on the reds as shown is s
'* Line a 9'ax54x2-lnch loaf pan, bought marshmallows for the gel- about right for balance, but you'll ev
or 2 loaf pans 7'ix3'2x2 inches ati-, sugar and molasses. Cut have to make mihor adjustments scd
* with two strips of waxed paper, marshma low; with sciesots; place one way or the other yourself. In.- K
" extending paper 3 inches above, aIn top of double boiler. Increma* cide.tal iy balancigu the rods on
: rim. Set aside. orange juice to % cup. Add to toh threaAs is no trickler tan jtg- er
%a Put Brazil nuts in a large mix- marshmallows with valla, 0 als the we.t on a baby cule.o n
b; lag bowl. Finally crush graham ange rind apd spices. Place over To start, clp coat hangers for a
Scrackers with a rolling pin: add boiling water, stirring.occasional arms to t lengths shown (., sh
t Brazil nuts with raisins, glazed 1;. until marshmallows are melt- 12, 16 and 20 inches). They an
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Fine, Be Unselfish

-'But Not Fiofish


Ean a wife oe too unselfish in about letting a muband- t by
S relationship to her husband? with never taking her anywhere.
h certain can be. And, judg- True, husbands need to get away
Sthe letters that come t with "the boys" now and p-s.
JiR-oiumn, the day always ar- But the wife who baby sits Eight
: Meas when ti* worm turns: Or at after night while her husband goes
Swishes she had the courage where er he pleases without her
wi an about-face. is being too unselfish for the good
S.i 'hat w ys can a wife be tooiof her marriage.
L fiAsh in dealing with a hus- A wife can be tod unselfish about
hrs.b. doing all the work aonund a house.
dhe can b.d too unselfish in mon-Wh-n she takes on the yard work,
i wife who makes cheap clothes per-hanging without his help, ose
Sy wbile bhe. husband buys only is being unselfish to the point of
Best. The wife who hi Ito ask relieving him of all responsibility
e husband for every nickel she for thei home.
Uinds, instead of insisttng on
a[_Pn e businesslike arrangement. What eventually happens in mgr-
Iut money. The wife %ho earns riages where the wife starts out
8.ay check but doesn't haev an by being too unselfish? The usdal
a say with her husband about story is a resentful wife, -an usi-
their money shall be spent. appreciative husband, and a mar-
necames Chronic Stay-At-Home riage that is in no way a meal
Ij wife can also be too unselfish partnership.

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industry is meanma' lo **
fIc the & uw fur

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Fox. thI nato'os largest rqtail
furrier, -laid mink is bei "pur-
chased largely by the working girl
and what I. call the successful
housewife/'
The mink they buy may not be
the caliber' owned -by Mrs. Attor-
blt, but, At's mink soft and
dreamy, good for 10 years or
so 'o ~pwu and warmth.
v3 1 tb DwS to $M
Sales of furs are off sharply,
and many fflrien in desperation
arn seeing mbik at new low prices.
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ranch mink sbole or cape-stole for
an8 -a bargain if you consider
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blue, yellow and gren .I
Next make the d lma i
cents. Paste shiny epa
action paper, old cars i
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rdboard. Then draw thW tfa
s and cut out.
Trace around a glass top for e
cle. Draw the star free had.
the fat triangle (E) I added
stem to make a Christmas-tree
qpe. On one side I used green
truction paper and decorated
e tree with tiny "ornaments"
pped from small scraps of gold
apping paper.
Using a needle and black thread,
II a short length of thread
ougb the top point of tl .a-lt
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it tightly about a quarter inh
im the end of the rod.
Repeat with each motif, using
ead of varying lengths. Two
le on the lowea:Od, we
Stthe t *nd o the otii
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s each kot in position .- .
y the rods and motifs flat en T --- --.
ile. Cut three lengths of thread ,
eut four inches .long zt ete p e t r
s, together. Get them balanced atej d FW He
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h r te-frodftoteione. d o c
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t up wk going. to hOd i
ag it. A thumb tack bhokd mine
the ceiling. Slde the nottc ---
ancing threads back ana forth Don't let your feet. E
hI the mobile is ev1en1y 0lan head. There Is no r.as.
then dot the knot with paaie. tired feet sour your. i
he whole project won't take an when the Irritation'"a
ening's time, es..cially it you ated easily and ,uiae
ie youngsters willing to help After 'a tring-dU.dM
ste the shiny paper crap to Wfeet ,by bathing % in
cardboard. All sort of varla- cold water P.irat- -uie-
s will occur to yo9 Youcan to a bain ,of-very war,
Sa Christmas tr'" ornament lather them with a h
tead of a paper Motif. soap, masauagt. q elb
Cleoas -y do. uh.%Uej l-
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Avoid Traffic Congestion
-Ample Parking Space
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that, beginning Dec. 4 we have the services of' -
ALEX, faIomous Italian stylist.


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We also have received a new ahipaent of .the faim',
French Cadoricin products, very wel-known -13
around the world. ...
Nexi v Lanot Tledex
Le'ix ErWI Duplex
Tledy's Die lLiq uid. Al HMUN
Coldys Oaetol proteet.ur cams
Codys XXX O-i p Cunlfeir .
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1 IAVF vmlR ADl WITH ONE OF OUR OENTS:tPROFFKES IN 57 'I'. 9 EET, PA_


StIBlREUA PRECIADO
7 Street No. 18
BTO DOMT
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Cenrti Ave. 1""
FARMACIA EL BATUIRO
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN |
H Stret No. 57 --a.


210


fOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLAI.BU5
S:Bousehold Automobiles TRY our delicious genuine Itlian
BPizza Pie. Ravioll. Spaihetr t-'
FORAALE:-3 piece overstuffed set, FOR SALE: BuSck Special Sedan prepared by a Neapolitan cook In
Jihollred davenport. See at 1949, original owner. Con be our spotless kitchen before your
h ias 78 Ap A, L Boca. financed, phone 82-5239. Ft, eyes. The price for one order is
-h Amador 75 Cts HANCOCK BAR, Centrdl
OR SALE.-Frgidaire Imperial re- oALE 192 95 Momrt Minor'" Avenue No. 145. Tel. 2-3002, next
frigerator 60 cycle, excellent con- FOR SALE -1952 Mor Minor' to Centrol Theatre. same. sie tf
dsien. Dixme Gas Range four burn- row r mileage orional owner$75C.- to Central Thea tr. same sde of
S bxcellent condltion. 9072. 00. Also 951 Chrysljr "New street, private entrance for res-
bco St.Apt downstairs Tel worker, fire power engine. 5 new taurant.
91^6-A A ht e s.dewall tires, radio with DR. WrNDEHAKE. Modhipl Cllc
S1 ual speakers in front and back. Central .Avenue "K" S t, w r-
SSALE.-Beautiful Rattan dining; $ 2100 00. Tel. Balbdo 3569. ner. Telephone 2-3479, 'P'noma
ltbj ,suite in pertect condition I ,_ r
1n.roll shades. Orher iters FOP. SALE -Mercury 1951 Tudor, FOR SALE
rea.ronable. Tel Cr;stobal 3-1593 o erelrie. radio, heater, and tal-
el.eocNlf. after 4 C0O P ro oUi ao ed plastic covers JuSt arrived
De Lsep Arr. o from U. S. in excellent condition Miae ganeOHs
-ADrL set of new gates safety tires. CHRISTMAS Jdeceeneee fer hoees
R .A LE%-vaist2nqhouce reTrqer. 71 x 15 wit no-time-limit guo-
.ro cu tr 2 c;le cel er, a r ^ l nree. Coco Solo, phone 379 or ters, clubs ad yalatlm.
cOnditin. 1*37-B O ien St., BI- P. 0. Box 19X Chrientmes tree a esle Dec. 14.
S .. Pon 3 53- 9 American Supply "J' St. o. 14.
E'-- FOR SALE;-1952 Pontiac Chieftoin Tel. 2-1060.
OR AE Cheap. On Philippine De Luxe convertible. Hydramatic.
a 1 in ,,,ng etr C.ne Grand pianlO rod.O. heater In excellent Condi- FOR SALE- Good pr ce piano.
+suitIl#e ftaor bar Phone 1347-L ra n $Z,350.00. Call 85-4294. $176 00. Venetian Flexpblu
twS r.1 00 p- and 00 P ---- blinds, light green. 2 are 54,'x 72.
*.'"---- ------- tn Tel. 3.4326. Phone Curundu 6143. Hiuse
FOR SALE--Used gas stove. ver, --- o4n rmdn- 205-D, Curundu
e i condition Quick sole Peru FOR SAL..' .1940Z dor seaon. 205-1D. Curundu
S Ap I6' Panoma Duty pai4, S175.0b. 5611 B FOR SALE-One 10-karat lmeraId-
SoesApl8hPtnlma tdges Place, Daoblo. 'Telephone 2145. house No. 509.
, SALE-We have one slightly Curundu Heights
S EI,25 cycle. 6 toot refrigerator. FOR SALE:-Morris Minor. Convett- Curundu Heights
st new, only $175 00 cash Ible, new condition. 4,000 miles FOR SALE:-Girl s bicycle Jose Fco.
elera Ciaa Spoarr n Central OQurter, 9-B Fort Ctayton. Phone de Ia Ossa. House 29 Apt. 25'.
avenue 9," Calidon.a --LAST MINUTE Christmas shopping?
SALE.E WhrlIcol Wrnger Tpe FOR SALE--Two door Morris.Good Purebred AKC Registered Cocker
shina machire 60 c s in' co ndition, $550.00. Tel. 3-1105, Sooniel Puppies Phone Albrook
excellent condt,cn Fort Kabbe Panema. 6127.
o;urters 1-A. Tel. 84.2188. FOR SALE.-1947 Buick Super 4- FOR SALE Used suitcases, very
SALE.--Studio Couch. ine con-' door. Radio. Seat Covers Good cheap. No. 26, 45th Street. -,
ition *with cover, easy chair with clean car. $750.-Quartermost r -
ever and foot stool, livingroori dining table, dresser, 2 night FOR SALE:'- 30 40 Crag -o it
a r Excellent condition 708-D tables. Baby basket.--Coll Gam- action rifle 345 rounds aroma.
I8-D Curundu. Phone 813-2224 boo C-474. $50. Colt 45 automatic. A-i con-
-D Curundu. Phoe _' dtion. $50. Denns, 83-6251.
sAlr -Werl, lous 5 cv r elA,,, FOR SALE AL FOR SALE -Now Dr. Kinte's books.
i ir..'er,:, or. S10. .3are"-~a:t(,. *Behave hu ln rra 'e. $8 50. Be-
Sble, .2 chQirs. Metal ch t o l Nl t.revclCe have human lem.rale $900 Libre-
rawei gray dishes. ur.nr. i i. ;a Menendez. Plaza Loleria No. 3,
S x 9. Telephone Balboa 0 66:. FOR0 ALE--One motorcycle Tiger Panqmlh
after 5 00 p m. 100 cc. 1953 $500 cash. Phone
5 cyle ildalr. 2-1069 FOR SALE:-Chinchillas, raise chins:
25 cycl -idalre 1069c hills, for fun and profit. Nice
condition. 795-,B. La T F I D clean animals with bright future.
co. Tel. 2-100 Balboa L Peltlhg era coming. For further
:- -Camplete bgue s LT to wal t M information 6-474
; ivngroom end other fur- l~eward. Telephone 87-72A7. OR SALE.-For immediate ship-
.to best bidder. Las Cur.- mnt 100 pairs ondlent 'stirups
,el Street.,Houe 210. l made of brass in good condition


--MLqhelony Dresser,with
irror. I chenille areods.
cdndltion. Pnone 837162i

r.-Govrnor Vin'throp Sec-
0. .6 modinntte
Wp. dr .>clen of
walnut. 20. Electr lux
ichmentsl-Cll Ft, cloay-


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FOR SALE:--House Ndo. fl3
40, two lots. behind scMl,, -
na Visfa, $2,500. Trenstft f
S.H4lHwoy. .
POR SALEE:-Housw, concreteI.td
board. 10th Street No. 19, Par-
aue Lefevre. Only $1 500, buyer


7--4243. must be insured Segura Social.'
7-el Wa2t4d Telephone 3-4055.
p Wanted PERSONALS
iced maid to took and via th -----_ ---- -
t references. Peru Avenue No HARNETT & DUNN, now hose the,,
upstoars,. Ballrocm Dance Book or) SALE toi
V, Off ered r the coming holidays. The ideal
i^tion Offered gfl for Xtfs for only $1.50. Sold.
at Clubhouses, commissaries, PX's'
: 7 Soonsh and Enghh. and Republic of Panama.
,ifig private chauffeur. App'v I
itol Avenue No 97. between WANTED TO BUY
to twelve and t-o to five I
licenses a-d 'eferer. c WANTED:-One stock Union Club.
Phone 3-1227 *

ee Ask Prison Husband Applauds

iake Him Back Wife's Law careerr


4L+EVEL-AND, 0. (LP1-Life as:
a oavict in Ohio State Prison i,, PASSAIC, N. J. (U. P.) Mrs.
0hltered and order) and to Arpad Serena Bowaen is equally adept at
Bes..J. it seemed 'o secure.he changing diapers and debating
belgedl to go back after nine constitutional law.
mentas of freedom. I
L- ... : Mrs. Bowen, an outstanding
o tied for armed robbery ichol r in Rutgers Uniyersity
1 was 23, Boves served an School of Law in Newa* is. editor
*ht- sentence and became of the Rutgers Law Review, the
prison -arber. He was released on first woman In the pW d ation's
*ole Just before last Christmas 31-year-old history to hold the job.
b w family tried to give him a The 24-year-614d,iausew over-
mW".in his effort to stay honest, came paternal objections to a law
ss we were just.'to bhardcareer after'an'eduetioun at Vase
hi" a brother said sar.
res stood the buffetings ofl Things became complicated
dom until recently. Then he when one-year-old Thane Emer-
e into a scerapyard office and son Bowen, Jr., arrived during his
fied police to come and picklmother's second year at law
school. But Mrs. Bowen, sleepy-1
:eyed after two months of early
outside everybody wants morning feedings, caught upwith
eIy, mopsy," he said. her studies and at the term end
A rush. ruat. Someone is won the Lawyers' Co-operative
rijil yOu. Publihing Pnez for excellence -iB
p P h everything $ order- constitutional law.
.qihey know JMt what youj A nurse and a dog later were
S I broke ant the scrap-1 employed to-keep young Tha e
j t get baek I didn't steal company during Mom's school
9" hours.


pV
itare' desire to go back! Mrs. Bowes's husband, a Cli- -
. 4ganted. Common Pleas ton N. J. rose grower, -laid he !
James C. Connell threw out thoroughly approves" of his wife's
naiary charges, accepted a ambition to 'graduate next June
plea to a lesser ch-rge of and enter general- law practice
hl entry sad then referred with her father and brother.
to probation and the county can't make the usual house-
atce clinic. wivey complaints, since be knows "If
-more about them than I do," said ans,
SMrs. Bowen time
2inotflnous 1 SPORTS
Idaho (UPt At """ "
J harvest seaso '
Idaho, the IA solid gold golf ball w I
Times major awarded to thOe WiAer of tIa
D Ol W. unique golf togrnoaeat to be held
-- in emst u with Ir.las M .e-
'as mt eryne RHa aond An Testaf (at home) Festtvld
alll, % About. to bomeeboted lta 1 Both
g^.Y ... _. '...'Ut'te t .*tat aar
the headline will take part. ~e b
*et f s rapm in Texa, ad
the 14-4m the i

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slightly decorated. For inforte-
Ston- Jocabo Ghitis. Calle 20 Ne.
5-1.8, Nogota. Colombia.


FOR SALE:--BoKer Pups, AKC ro-;
istered. 1 1 weeks old. Excellent
with children, .se them af La Cho-
za, 5007 Via Aranoo. 500 feet
past rood to Panama Vieja, tel[-
phone Panoam 3-5371 or Bel-
boa 1674.


WANTED
Miscellaneous
ANTED.-To trade 60 cycle Thor
semr automatic wosler, used 3,'
years, for 25 cycle washer. Pho.
Fort Davis, 8-7484.


Tdchnique Fouml

For Hearin Dgs

hIside KoIWls
MANMATTA,, (UP)-Kan-
sas State Colle scientists have
developed techniques for listening
to "hidden; lneets chewig inside
kernels of wheat ahd other grains.
The work bM .practical applica-
tion. For exasopf, it is possible to
judge the eetlvenes. of fumi-
gants designed to kill off the in-
sects in grain.
The collegee bvestllator* have
been able to detet bi a ects
in all ecep the egg and trmly
early larval stage. tn the larval
and pupal stXgEr, the Insects ap-
pear 0o Idn: two d~ttet types
of soun O l 'a low frequecy
scraping 'imie, belfMved to be
made by asopea t ct larva and
pupa within the kernels; the other
is a high frequency sound, prob-
ably eausse by. thewin.
ltana I .t workF. leetron-
tcs to de t hidden grain Insects
lbes been do iby R. E. Adams,
Mraduate .*tudBt-iB col on?
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furnished aporf .ent, one, tw
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ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS
Modern 2, 4 and 5 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Alhambra's Office
8061, 10th Street. Colon. 1te-
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FOR RENT:-Vqry nice one-badioe
apOrtment, excellent nekahorhood.
$60.00 monthly. Will rent
party who buys portion of fumltyre.
Very reasonable. Phoie Cpl. To-
pley 3-1270.
FOR RENT:-Recently built' 2 bed-
roomt apartment, screened., 34th
street Nq. 22. Coal 3-470l
FOR RENT: Nice apartment in
Ecuador and Mexico Avenue. Two
bedrooms, lrvi t and diningroom;
garage and maid's room. Champ-
sOur. Tel. 2-2419 Or 3-4289.
FOR RENTit-M mden opertment, 2
bfdieavm, ftamihed' No,6~416th
street, Sen Francisco. Call 3-2621
After 6:00 p. m, Call 2-0471.


FOR RENT;,-..Jbe.Tpwo -partmlnft.
Sfeerico o .Avyemue ., ,m e. 4,
reference. Enquire Apt. 2.


fiROK RWNT;: -- ownie-t rantly
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FOR RENT: Moadm .eportlent
near Ancon. Rent $60.00 on~.on-
dition couple buys furniture. hone
2-5327.
FOR REgT.

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them. They ought to realize that the pass b
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|Feature Makes It Cliek s-" nc ,CO T
ti "B" aty Ig.Purse W* : '
The Stud Amity's stretch burning Verticordia Flt iRee f the Double w.
is an almost unanimous choice to triumph again to- I-Okaua 0. Mainera rO6 -Needa hust ig ride -1 -- o
day in the featured seven furlong $650 dash for l goddess ick A. BrYavo 114 -eturp otIn ood form -i 1 i.
r class "C" imported thoroughbreds at the Juan Fran. V. Brown oIx-chance In mud ol 1o-2on
co race track. VAaue 11 -Rates et chn
ThM four-year-old bay daugh- 2-Muchacha 2.20. of
tr Verso I-The Siren was so One-Two: (Bull Flea-Mucha-. 2nd .ace "C" Natives- 7 Fga.Puse S1LIM Pool Cle 1:15 Al Wo-l h os own a ,
p vin her a touting cha) $7. Seead g p Double I-th I% hi ng.
e is a virtual "shoo in" again. FOURTH RACE 1I-Tilln Tilin F. Hidalgo v111 -had1 10- Ime
Verticordia's stiffest opposti-1-Pregonero $27.20, 4.60. 3.20. 2-Merza Matru r 1 V e.-v .g -an..
`tior is expected to come from 2-Lady Moon $2.40, 2.20. 3--Petite F. Roe -1aiIr ev
'the 4Vadil mraving Carding- 3-Villarreal $2.40. 4-Filon J. G6no 10"-alma a8la t a-1t 'A f6
ton Green which was easily beat- Quiniela: (Pregonero Lad 5--Golden Wonder R. 0.3 Ap~--repny Fos -1 .'
.en by tht mare her last time Moon) $23.60. tan h
;out and Jaquimazo. FIFTH RACE V
Longshot specialist R e g aI 1-La Enea $4.40, 3, 2.40.tue
Chunr is also in this race and 2-Dalida P. $6, 3.60. 3rd-Race "Ill" Natives Fg. Pos$ 1.M4 Pool Clesem 1:41 vWiAs ditc i coo
this nost position could cause him 3-Golden Fan $2.60. .are i o rtr,
o take advantage of his great "how .
early seed and race to anoth- SIXTH RACE 1--Dixiana H. Rula 10Wb-Run wide on turns B-I he t ie nation
r upset triumph. 1-Firenze $8, 3.80. --Yostpongo J. Reyes 118 -Returns from layoff 101a o tb bemother
r upset triu-ph. o i :.tb be.a^ohel
SQu Vadis, C'oo Au Vin. dis- 2-Lady Martha $4.20. 3--Don Grau A. Mena 114 -Entry's contender a whih B 'Mike J-
ap ohting Novenoa nd New- SEVENTH RACL 4--Kontiki M. YcaR 180xr-Woud Da y fat price -Ilowk St obs 0 Joe Louis
SJosd (Paco) Bravo. who is one 1-Mingo $7.60, 4, ,4.40 5-(nriqueta V. Brown l0x -Not in thisbunch Sml & and hue4. along -the trad
f the few top jockeys left in 2-In Time $11804.20. 6-(Arranquin Prescott 120 -irst or secd 3 e ywel there exciting e
,action following the recent wave 3-Golden Time $4n.40. M e7-r(Amazona 0. Ma er 110 -Iem logi winner 1t
minsterr round out the field. Secnd Double: (Frene-Mn- (Amazona 0. Muer 119 -Seems loi r ,
)things to himself in the ridingB EIGHTH RACE ardicerin
wderjetment. d1-Veranda $8.80, 5.20, 2.60. 4th Race "H" Natives 7I FIa PP" 4175. Pool Cilos 1t: t 1 8~Paa l 9 N1an i would provide
TFe feature is the lastrace oni 2--Pincel $5, 3. a I whlah. Woirs an exs t Marciano I
:a programm of ten. 3-Black Bull $2.20. Qunlelanthe I o Pa edition of P ia tano d th
icloe torhet ._n-h F ni in P a s 'nn ] rs New betoa
Yesterday Don An o An Quiela: (Veranda Pltel) 1- iamaron O. Maera 106 --Di tance to Iking v -2doe k sd ptec w o Var
gleth victory ovr Bendez in ~ulczado 2.80, 220 3--Pel Canela H. Ris 10x-Diance too long Itorist seo In FI earbie
--fea~trd Cs" i2-Pirop $3A.0, 2.20. a Linda R. Viqueu 115 -Usually beats these B-to3l h -aot hrtwo t IL 9. oa o
the f neatured75 Class "B" six 2Piropo Ii $3.20, 2.20. I i5--La Chula Z. Orteai ,0x -Much too much distance o 1rt hr e rounds taleit It me Oldhw e od r
a one-half furlong ash. 3-Hurlecano $220. tt8-AVIvato F. H dalgo 104 -Rates third chance 4 ut the ttleholder b p. J '.i was ad O a,
Pancho Falcato wasthird, two One-Two: (VuleanhVado PYto- v ia 4 -Rt tr hn t t o n
tenths behind Bendeguz and II) $10 M o ving, no p.les au1 wed anJ B ir a d ed
Go wonder dead last another two .. TENTH RACEr a v.. e Rmla
lgths back, Scythia the mu- -Scythia $5.t20, 280. 5th Race "E" Natives -?r7 tFg.P $ 75.0 -- Pool Cles TJimmy. DeAresu "1t of whta. wo bew mother big U o
tue favorite, paid $520 to win. 2BendegUz $3. 1--Annie B. P. 115 --Usunally disapp ints 3.2 wGemc ano L ar on any S,- anle bt to be a-
b(oyonder was the second choice -- ___" "_ .-Prwhom.o tani g nt th ri a a b
ahd was never prominent. 2-Proton J. Chuna 104x arly speed only 8-1 riqg sprn, la4ia n- mtehmaer?Last e
At the break it was Pancho 3-Souvenir V. Brown l10x-Inftds aart ridb 5$-1 Y.. Ml rt e i
leato with Scythia second and 4--Don Pitin A. Ycmza lSx-Improving slowly 8e-1 c r. Thay
onder and Bendeguz trailing (Miranda A. Men '--houldrepeatw $ Oh
closely locked. They continued 6-(rFuego L.l n0 ii lp blemate 8-sS
In this order until they straight- e.L. Wnthelp' stabl emate
rened out on the backstretchdt ts erS s t
:where Scythia drew even with 6th Race "G" Imported- 7 Fs. Pnse W .M Pool Cloew 3:3 B te the t ri. el
dPancho Falcato then passed him tI .d.-.3 e P.
three furlongs out. First Race of the DoebleB n
SScythian ap arently made it -. in
cloee for Panco Falcato in b -Duble In R. Guerra 10x-Usually moves late 8 1 the r
1ing as Victor Ord60iez was seen 2-Rf-yal Claim J. Bravo LIS -In best form ever 4-1 b w e. ..---
'to take up abruptly while Scy- 3--TA. ms. A. Mena 110 -.tronget finisher 3-2 NEW YORK, De. -(NEA) sand pu i 'rlatlop to Roberit Tya 1st t;*o .-hnd.
thi raced into a four-length 4-imo V. Ord6fe 1 --Shoauld pe right now 1-1 WthtAe exwpiondl wousedto teartmweh Z o ,t-b .
ead 5--Bedlam Julio Rodrigues 112 -Any day now 5-1 haps, asribg he brin 4 'Ah .taoed thaV
endeguz finally got going two ---Pale Face 0. SAnches 110 --C .lil.repeat here 5-1 ala s mfna ismn fLeapeciay, m'ants a he 8th holed fdudrl'etsa
rlongs out and closed fast on 7-Albeit J. 06ngora 10X-- w only .h.10-1 the dri ,.. t ews at e ia D D.af aD
he home bend. He gained stead- 8 ..---8wet Windsor V..Brow.1.00 8 asD .' Yn a.a ,club- -P l au& s, i4 Ste a"M
tch but Scthia had some- -' iron." He probably .ed "a 5 aar i to T ger. A
i regln reserve and held on to .- to tB 1 l
i'lsoe byatw earventhe. Ru-on t ,7th -ace- "1"Is ported-4% Vgs.utie $ISM.e-, Fe. w if:CS NO There :are 309 yo if he zport pV the. bbette w missed in that re
''by two clear lengths. Ru- .dfv to w "T feaid w ll
bn "Calche" Vsquez. who rodel e -medm own fl". &id
Seyothia. was the day's saddle of togg m 68;1ba Th Dd Gil -t
,sta with four victories, --Ba~ l '. t c 10 -ree ..'- -to re' that old
f Inero's $27.20 win dividend 2--2 ta-C song A. V -. A a"""10-1'. .n,.
ft.urth race was the day'sr -Jepper 15-1 S eeet e tiat Sriie lts.S is
le ight payoff. However, 1 is- Rasy. am Cl goei at


turned lucky bettors $253 per du- m Baby R ^ left fiel wim S ct m
t.edlvttdenda The whd ofa TI m "i *
FIRST RACE --Don Cbo 0. oreB lIt --Has aiming wmtdato 4-1 Cha plea .ip of
1_olden Bound *12.20. 8, 5.20. 2--Pepi Cola H. Ruts "lAm---ul in rve t 10-1 was p ppe 0 21st
D3Fble: (Golden Bound--Mswaca H. -vmam hiO w:kb"m

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IR RACEHOT SHOT Don chlundt, on_ olGd n 'ra Tp2-a o.1e, 14-1
25 ,2.20. best the Big Ten will see this Re,5: I mIat o i

The Atlantic Pony League wiW s season. NEAl ,.L..,..V.

hold its final tryout tomorrow -- 10th Ree "C" Importe--7 Fs.Pre -,- ui u:odue....-.. ..
Tday afternoon at the homeJuan Franc ips

2:00 pMm. By CON40 b4-Ca usANDO A VnA. Va 1dil 1-N 1l5 ..,
le f play in.the Pony bLeague. i-OKINAGU M u Noveno C. raI 115 -P9er i. 151
he must attend U.S. Rate schools 2--PETITE Mera Mar --Newminte r O. Mazuera 112 15- m m:
an the Atlantic side and not be' 3-AMAZONA (e) Don Gra 7ua ml 118 -Da res 5-2
teen years of age before Auc 4-CAMARON Avivato 8-Quo Vadis n Ord6es 108 -Willf mIorce .a%*. 8-1
1, 1954, and must meet other re- 5--MIRANDA (e) Souvenir -..
quirement.K of the league. 6--TILA'A Royal Claim
All managersand coaches are 7-ROSARIO Baby Rel mm
PRquested to be on hand at this 8--MISS FAIRFAX-Paris Mid.=
*3'.out in order to judge the ap- 9-MERRY MASON Camblst .HR
ants for Pony League plav. 18--REGAL CHUM-VertiBr1rdin_


ii boys who are already assin-'
to a team need not attend ROUND BALL NOW
The teams this year will be' CLEMSON. S. C.(NEAi-Banks
ited to 15 uniformed Wlayers McFadden. r rmer Clcmson and
14 be on hand Sunday afternoon pro football Dodger star. now
Coco Solito and work for one coaches the Clemson basketball
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PINT-SIZE PARATROOPERS, sons of Sergeant First Class and Mrs.
Arthur J. Wahner of Hillsboro, Ore., receive junior jumpers' wings
from Colonel Glenn J. McGowan of Carbondale, Pa., commander
of the 508th Regimental Combat Team at Fort Benning, Ga. The
S infants" of the airborne Infantry, left to right, are Jorge, 5;
Herman, 6, and Xavier, 10.


American Soldiers In Germany


Dig Deep To Help Needy Kids


"Let the people know tie truth anJd te country is sfle" Abraham Linqoln.'


TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., SUN]



CanalZoneanc



$32,046 Coi

Residents of the Canal Zone Ing expense you have. achieved
and the Republic of Panama through untiring efforts."
contributed $32,046 to the 1953- An official audit will be con-
54 Community Chest drive-ap- ducted by Price, Waterhouse and
proximately $4,000 more than Company of PanamA.
during last year's drive, accord- Contributions by groups in-
ing to Leonard M. Brockman, dicated that employes of the
chairman of the board of direc- Panami Canal Company-Ca-
tors. nal Zone Government contrib-
This total meets the primary uted 514,144. This exceeds last
goal for operating expenses of year's totals by more than
the 11 Red Feather agencies $4,000.
sponsored by the Chest, Brock- This year the military instal-
man added. Allocations are ex- la tio n s contributed $12 369,
pected to be made to the par- which is $263 more than given
ticipating agencies within the last year. Army led the contrib-
next two weeks. utors with $8,163, Navy with
Brockman also expressed ap- $2,163 and Air Force with $2,070.
preciation and thanked the sol- Through the efforts of the
icitors, all of whom worked vol- special gift committee headed.
untarily in their spare time, for by Waiter Hunnicutt of Colon,
a job "well done." "The Drive .Fred J Gerhardt of Panama
was epitomized by a feeling of ,Ni.. E nd v-R l1 l-n I


FRANKFUIRT, Dec. 12.- The 25th Base Post Office, at Stutt- confidence and good will
fighting mnn of the United gart, spent 700 deutschmarks for throughout the Zone and witr
States Army in Germany daily a chair swing and slide for the business concerns in Panama,'
reveal their weak defense to one younger residents of the Niko- he said. "By giving your free
attack-a child's smile., laus Pfiege for Blind and Deaf time, you have shown the true
The voluntary ill. to keep The kids liked them so well the spirit of the Community Chest
German children smiling add up home had to impose a 9 p.m. cur- ...helping others to help them-
to a small-scale Marshall Plan- few so play would not interrupt selves. This year's goal was ri-
an estimated 1,.500,000 a year the children's sleep. ginally set at $45,000; however,
spread among hundreds of thou-! An enlisted man from the actual operating costs for the 11
sands of youngsters. 114th Labor Supervision Center agencies amounts to slightly
Christmas parties and holiday at Fuerth, Cpl. Louis Bordewitz, more than $32,000. This operat-
fea'sts are an accepted routine started a flood of "Care" pack-
for German orphanages by now, ages and toys from the U.S. for !i
but few people realize that sup- the Poppenreuther Orphanage at Make Believe
pot, is extended on a year-round Fuerth.
basis by American troops. He wrote to his Odd Fellow (Continued from Page 1)
edoatr-deethren back home and A dirty-faced girl who pleaded
uCompanyo theynow send gifts to supple- with ,lock to hear her sing-
guile. "l\0es ctionthly help to the 114th and the 6940th Labor Serv- her home town in Tennessee -
iubu. -oiame for the Blind. ice Center. The two units re-
h1 e nwn ot the company volun- cently donated $1,100. was given the red signal to go
t-r about ..Slo0 each month to Signal Corps Engineer- and ahead by the talent scout, wom
1ivnviie necessities and simple other branches have even changed her name from
lalu:rfes or the residents, many projects a e Fanny Rose to Dinah Shore.
Sof whom' are children. Corps, for instance, directs its "Dinah" was the first song BloAk
Dr. A 'uust Mueller, president charity toward the blind The heard her sing that memorable
o. thie hoMlie, recently wrote in 17th Finance Disbursing Section day back in 1939. She made
appreciation of a gilt of 75 sets distributed clothes sent from the good.
of silverware: States and bought Braille books If Block ever retires from the
SWe think .these'weapons pre for the Landesblindenaristalt song-plugging business, he can
rented by the Americans wi make the fight against hunger 132 children stay. company, which to date, has
a happier one." The thank you from Director turned out such hits as "This is
t" isofe Spindler was typical of the No Laughing Matter," "Waiting
'Fighting the good fi ght"is warm response received by all for The Train To Come In," and
The 508th Military Police Bat- units "I Guess I'll Have to Dream The
talion started its contributions Rest."
for two dependent children' f r Be i v His oldest son Gene, now sta-
homes in Munich n in 1945, theVUeW r IV dtioned at AFRS in Hollywood
year the war in Europe ended. previously produced the old
The MP's raise about $1,500 ussia May eek ian's shows on the West Coast,
year for the 235 children at the 'Uj'u ia Ma JyVS eand expects to be welcomed
homes. b e i P back to the family circle next
Everytin om tth uh t Off arley yeawhen he's discharged.
to vitamin tablets is welcomed T u O rl Block's five kids own "Chip's
by the orphanages. The 44th Fi-1 Music Co." which he calls a
.nance Disbursin Sectiuon and MOSCOW, Dec. 12 (UP) "Chip off the old Block."
S ... ......- Diplomatic observers speculated The highest paid platter-spin-
t without confirmation today that ner in the business revealed that
: M lil M VA .Ruassia may ask postponement of he's starting off the New Year
ew Orle a M ayorI the Berlin foreign ministers con- with a change over from WNEW
I-- t ference until France installs its to WABC
S Aw e w President and government. So far his observations here
S aW dU IF oIr I f III g(In Berlin, however, East Ger- convinced the DJ that Panama
l "_ lman deputy Premier Otto is "one of the most fascinating
A ainst Long Party uschke indicated i a speech places I have ever visited."
athe pSoviets will accept the Jan. He claims it seemsrlike a busy,
NEW YORK, Dc 12 (UP) at Bermuda) b
Mayor De Lc.sseos Morrison of Observers in Moscow consider closeness to family life which is
New Or'.'ns received the 1953 ed it possible the Soviet Unionr far1uper an eot lerpla
LaGuardia award today for re- w ill reject the Jan. 4 so that ln the world and the people, are
sitng tile "Long Machine" in France can be represented at "so friendly."
Louisiana politics and giving Berlin by the freshly-installed Next to being able to mae
his city "decent and responsible governmentt which replaces pre- money. Block philosophizes that
go.' ernnmevt, mier Joseph Laniel's presentit's "swell to be able to make
Tgo ernmc'ut ar dis, ,Jolsaretakerph Laniel's friends" all over the world, He's
social o resented the av ard The new French President to even had fan mail smuggled
.t Mo ri..'on. t a lunch today at he elected Dec. 17, takes office a from behind the Iron Curtain
the Waliori Astot:a 11t.... The 1- on1V later. So don't you believe It when
: v / i. o n chl -r for There was not confirmation you tune in HOG tomorrow
1,o..r i c i eih yein for ill-er of the speculation that Rus- morning, or night and hear a
Si'm stan i illeinnt 1 sa might seek to put off the familiar voice whisper so softly;
niuci al l ii i mm-i f i *'Berlin four-power talks until "Hello everybody this is
the la.- M FiN l I. La- fte* Jen. 17. But observers here Martin Block coming to you
oirdia I Ni.'. Yo k. :elt that recent editorials in from the Crystal Studios."
Speakers uni t.e presentation Pravda perhaps indicated the He's really right here in Pan-
progaipm incl id. Ce -'e Meanv ,overninent's desire in this di- aam and enjoying every min-
Pr,,-ident ol ft i AicnuiiaLn lFed- reaction. ute of it.
eralion or Inaot., and Charles
P. Taft. brothlr o the late Set l
Robert A. Tait and a city coun-"
cilAnano o1 Cillin;i. 0. Sta C 1 \A TW O Da
An advisoiv panii which chos ac. Sta sJV" Iw DL I
Morrison lo receive 11:, award
praised him for his municipal
record in the face of ",ceming- -
ly oveTwhlming odd" -
Manpower Disappears; Ownei
+ +Manpower Cuts
T CT a s Cno ing;i i BLUE POINT, N.Y., Dec. 12- have decided to get rid of the
T 0 CUSe lo sing (" UPi A Long Island couple set anyway.
Sa Awent shopping for a new tele- "That's a very queer thing to
IN iTy 05ps visionAmp set today to replace thehappen," said Travers, a 31-
"h united" one e hich h Ataino4 dear_ald A

WAamLNGTON. Dec
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f y, ny. UflU rea v/v. Mli, %V u5a..-
l Zone, $4,440 was received from
individuals outside of Canal-
organizations or military actl-
e cities.
e Children of the Canal Zone
schools contributed $,093 to
swell the total to the $32,646
mark.
An outstanding feature of the
drive, Brockman noted, was the
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'Real ig 1Dame

To Hold Western

lndochina Foreseen
HANOI, Dec. 12 (UP) Vet-
eran Communist troops fighting
to regain control of Western
Indochina clashed which French
defenders in three violent bat,
tles, the French command an-
nounced today.
The outcome of yesterday's
attacks, coming within hours
after French northern com-
mander Gen. Rene Cogny said
"the real battle for the area will
begin soon," was still undecid-
ed this morning.
A French spokesman said on-
ly that the fighting was "very
violent."
Two of the clashes occurred
within six miles north of Dien
Bien Phu, new French western
defense base blocking the in-
vasion route to nearby laos.
The other took place 12 miles
south of Lai Cbau, 50 miles
north of Dien Bmen Phu, which
the French evacuated Thurscday.
French spokesmen refused to
disclosed further details and
sait it was still to early to sav
whether the clashes marked the
beginning of a major drive by
the 316th Communist division
against Bin Blen Phu.


$1,525,000 Es
Left By Foun
Of Leohy Cli
BOSTON. Dec. 12(
Frank H. Lahey, faz
and founder of the La
left an estimated esal
525,000 it was disclose
Dr. Lahey,.whc die
at the age of 73, will
his estate to his wi
counting of the estate
million dollars in petr
erty and $25,000 In r
Balboa Tid
TODAY'S TII
High
8:22 a. m.
8:55 p. m.


tote
ider


AY, DECEMBER 13, 1953


2N CMNT


IPanam Raise'


immunity Chest

response from the non-U.S. Faculty and administration of
working force of 10,000 in the Canal Zone schools under Mrs.
Canal Zone. Of these over 7,400 Anne de la Mater raised $1,200
employes, contributed $5,569. or $214 more than contributed
William Jump, Atlantic Side, and last year.
Stanley Loney, Pacific Side, a- Another significant feature of
dhileved the greatest.number of this year's campaign, Brockman
contributors Irom this gop ever said, was the number of contri-
to participate in a local Corn- buttons of $100 or more. Last
munity Chest Drive. year there were eight, this year
George Reel, healing. up the 14 gifts of $100 or more were re-
U.S. Citizen soliciting group, se- ceived by Chest Headquarters,
cured 2121 contributors for a to- nine from the Atlantic side. The
tal of $7,375. This repietented 14 are: Pan American World Air-
400 more contributors tan last ways, $100: Max Bilgray, Colon,
year and $2,011 more to funds. $100; A friend, Colon, $250; Pfl-
+zer Corporation, Colon, $100;
Mrs. Ida Ullrich, Colon, $100;
tio i anllrd lnMa Compaflia Panamefia de Fuerza


Purviu fU unow

More Fundavetal

Probe Of Unknown


WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UP),-
Dr. Vannevar Bush said today
there is a .great need for more
fundamental research to probe
the scientific, unknown for a bet-
ter understanding "of ourselves
and our environment."
In the last 23 years the money
the nation has spent.on research
has increased ten times. But he
said funds for basic research
have "increased relatively little"
compared with those for practi-
cal research.
Bush, a well-known scientist,
made the statement in his an-
nual report to the trustees of
the Carnegie Institution of
Washington of which he is the
president. '
In fundamental research, the
scientist tries to unlock the uni-
verse's secrets, to find the basic
principles governing man and
nature, regardless of whether
they have any practical applica-
tion.
In applied science, the re-
searcher looks primarily for sol-
utions to practical problems and
for better ways of doing things.
Some scientists have express-
ed fear that the United States
may spend so much time in
practical development that It
will fall to discover bsio princi-
ples leading to never-dreamed-of
weapons, for example, that could
prov vedecisive n cage of war.
In the case of tOe ?arnegl
Institution, Bush reported fun-
damental research is leading to
an understanding of the "appar-
ent expansion" of the universe,
"the earlier phase of life process-
es," "how the earth evolved into
its present state" and 'how It is.
composed.'


Wilson Cuts February


Draft Call By 5,000

I I- J9 -


WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UP)-
Defense Secretary Charles M.
Wilson said today the February
draft call has been cut to 18,000
men-4,000 below recent month-
ly levels-,but emphasized there
Is no idea of junking compulsory
inductions.
Wilson's announcement caught
Army and Selective Service offl-
cials by surprise. The Defense
Department normally withholds
any announcement of monthly
draft calls util Selective Service
Director Lewis B. Hershey has
been notified.
Army officials said the whop-
ping reduetton was made pol..ble
because of an increased number
of volunteers and because of
"over-deliveries" by Selective
Servie. They said draft board
for some time had sent up slight-
ly more men than the Army re-
quested each month.
Wilson made the disclosure
in a planeside news conference
as he left for Paris to attend


Saitor BkWbes

Pirto Rko Won'I

Break Fro0m US


y Luz, $100; Local No. 30, Canal WASHINGTON; Deo 12 (UP)-
Zone Pilots. NOMM 4. of A ,haiz... Hugh Butler of the
$100; The National CItfXUnk o1 t,' or ad Insula, Af.
ws Yok 54; rauls 8 a I terror and Insular At-
Newon l0' A n yus& M C. fairs colndittee, reported today
Oblon, $100, Aniesy usr, C. that Puerto tRica M like thedu
Gorn t,$1 eler, ar-Commonwealth status and Wil
doski Hnos., Colon, $100; The nota,*k thS" White Hoise to de-
Chase National Bank, $100; Cer r- ts t d se e
veceria Nacional, SA., $100. liv Nebraskar on tsin eee pledge
hfais year a campaign was turned, to his offices here today
conducted without a iad cam, after a ten day v Isi t to th
paign manager and therefore Virgin Islands, with stopovers i1
expenses in conducting the San Juan.
1953 drive- was consl#erably Butler, who co-sponsored the
less. These savings were re- bills providing for an electeE
fleeted In the Chest total and governor and a constitution for
en tributions earmarked for a Puerto Rico, was In the Carn -
specific agency will go for bean whon President Elsenhower
their support. pledged the United Nations tha
Local rate and U.S. Pan-Canal he was prepared to endorse in-
einployes were given the oppor- dependence for Puerto Rico i
tunity of paying In cash or else Borcuas ever asked hini to_
pledging their contributions over .My personal opinion," Butit
a four-month Installment plan. told the United Press, "is that
Brockman also noted this is a the people of Puerto Rico are not
possible reason for. the higher going to ask for Independence.
totals achieved. This year's to- ."Tiey have got ust about as
talks of $32,048 represent the much as anybody in the United
highest-totals ever achieved in States and I do not believe that
the seven-year history of the Ca- they are going to want to give
aal Zone Community Chest. t up.


ke's A-Plan Is Promised


Reds' 'Serious Attention'


LONDON, Dec. 12 (UP)--Mos-
cow radio announced today Sov-
iet Foreign Minister V. M. Molf-
tov had assured American am-
bassador Charles E.- Bohlen that
Russia would give "Serious at-
tention" to President senlabow-
er's new proposals on atomic
control.
Molotov thanked Boblen for
calling his attention to Mr Ei-
senhower's speech and said the


McCarran Wants In


On Gouzenko Quiz


UP) Dr. WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UP) sugge
ed surgeon Sen. Pat MacCarran said to- that
su ge Cin day he would like th be present TI
ateSy of when Senate ftepubllcan inves- the s
edtoday.'- tigators ouiz Igor Gouzenko on chair
ed lastJuo Communist subversion but thpt Jenne
S most nf he won't make an issue o$ it. far a
fe. Ai ac- McCarran, former head of -the -He
n. listed, 1 v Internal Security subcommittee, howe'
nall w sal-I he felt te' .Democrats the 1
o als ''" should be represented when the Can
.... .. investigators interview Gouren- part
ko, the man whose testimony, zenkc
exposed a world-wide Coin- lan
DES munist atomic spy ring. nmeet
Low Since be formerly headed the comin
2:31 a. m. subcommittee and once inter- ri uU
2:51 p. in. viewed Gouzenko, McCarran secrecy
-- The


Oys On TV Screen,


r Wants I
er had been on a previous pro*
ram. When time came to leave,
ger inage just wouldn't go away.
Six-year-old Caroline- came
.-I, tn b ar mother. IMml


2 (UP) the image of singer Francey "There's bee, no peace around Rose, 27.."We can't see it. A kee
,..h- Lan for 51 hours after she fin- here since thfWthing happened. is in the way."
,, ,,- slhed a song last Wednesday. About 50 people Bave dropped by Mrs. Travers investigated. 8are
....me Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Travers to see it. The.*kld were scared of enough, there was Miss Lane,'hpr
,, in ai the phantom picture of it. I went to work this morning lips puckered for a kisw, looking
Min 3 Lane, which frightened but so many people began tele- out at the children.
Their three children, had final- phoning I had to come' back No matter what channel .r.
01, ", : ly dLsappeared. But Travers, an hme. Travers daed to, Miss Lane as
aircraft company employee, wants! "We've had trouble with this there, s$lUwaiting for her iis.
',' a new TV set to make sure the thing before, but never anything Mrs. Towers turned off the
e rl.. hex" won't return. I Uke this." set, but that didn't help s
.,r'- All of a sudden it began mov-1 Travers said the month-old set Lane still hung around.
in' and moved right to the cen- began showing signs of malad- Finally th Travers turned the
0i o. ter of the tube and sort of dis- Justment shortly after his three set to he wall to escape the
1' ill appeared," said Travers. small children began watching singer's .relentless stare.
h' ,,,C"- the NBC Ding Dong School pro- Miss Lane was as curious. as
in He and his young wife, who gram Wednesday morning. The anyone else. 1e was en route to
: 1- ,tes like to watch television but be- face of singer Francey Lane ap- TramWs' home to see b-owX s
luio ,os- Icome self-conscious when tele- peared on me screen. loked frozen in a
vision begins watching them. The only trouble was, the sing- pucker who a tlh mes


4ew Set
peered this afternoon.
About three neighbors had
come -over, and we. were stand-
ing and looking at. it.,.whpn It
disappeared," Travers said.
Television technicians were
pumled. Some alid the pheno-
menon was caused by an ex-
ploslon" of electrons in the tube.I
According to this theory, the ex-


has
and I
A Ca:
procu


ested "it would be proper
I should go along."
e Nevada Democrat said
subcommittee's vpr es e n t
man, Sen. Sen. Willianm E.
er (R-Ind.) is "willing as
s I know."
said the State Department
ver, did not seem to favor
dea.
nada notified the.State De-
ient 'Thursday that Oou-
o, who lives in tear of Rus-
asmassins, has agreed to
with '- Jenner and sub-,
ilttee counsel- Robert Moy,-
inder conditions of airtight
ly.
e Canadian government
the say on arrangestenta
any release of inorWtlO
nadian official will -preside
the meeting and. rule on
idure.


A nner said today in Bedford,
Ind., the subcommittee's mala
motive i1 questioning Gouzenko
Is to find out "all we can about
this worldwide conspiracy. .
from the statements that have
been made and our own record
we are positive he has Infrma-
tion of interest to us" v
Official sources -in Otiaws
Wid there probably will be no
announcement of the meeting
RaUl "a sufficient period of
tine to allow for am ty had
passed.
Gouzenko has been qted
ma-asymg he has no ew Inflo-
'oan gon subv*eio wM At
to suggest 'that the :UUMM
State nd Canada ofr elte.
shp, protection. and eoom
ecurlty to encourage spes to
expose- the. ausslan. spioUage
apparatus. .
AScCarran sald belUeve jp
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question of atomic weapons was
a "very Important matter," the
Moscow radio b broadcast said.
SAmerican officials hd earlier
indicated that they expect Mos-
cow to reply shortly through
diplomatic channels to President
Eisenhower's challenging propo-
sal for a global pool of atomic
energy for peace.
Although informal Commuznist
reaction to the President's plan
Indicates there will be no 0ut-
right acceptance, some diplo-
mats feel Moscow may at least
agree to discuss it, along with
their own ideas, before the Unit-
ed Nations Disarmament Com-
missibB. *
Mr. Eisenhower and his' top
aides hope that the usslans will
agree at least to consider the
proposal or make some constru
tive counter-proposals to break
the Fast-West atomic deadlock.
Experts agreed, however, that
the problem would take $ long
time to solve even if the Rus-
sians agreed to tackle the job
with the other major atomic
powers.


On Wetba W r*1

On Welack PrbUm


WASHINOTON, Dec. 13 (OP)
- An International trade ionn
col-ference on the "wetoack"
problem will be held it OxL o
City beginning next Mond. ao-
cosding toan an nne-
men today by H L. MI ell.
pr MvM te National Ari-s
-cult LIU.Valno....
of the American Federaation a
Labor (AFL) which. wit thl
Congms of Industrial Organ.
atiom (Op), will smmd -r
AirtftIi *to the oat
with Mlecan trade union.
ers. oait onlem e will be
at the IodQawr of the
I ta: d datlon of
from Monday through W -
dwe of nixt wek. ..
"Ths conference whicb hIsa-
inR amtteed to ta or Mnare
trade Unllota Is the litM
da an f t .
probtuimt facing both Mtl
and Ame rlca. worketmm
conference will dmicu s tihe.
seAt L eoIations bletem-
U. a. and Meican o ml
for aL, nf n of te in
Utnal aglntent to legally h-


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confefea-es of the Noath At,
lIntle 'treaty Organixaten.
Wilson,1 in rapid-fir* deu .
sion of a series of military topics,
1. The government does not
Intend to halt the draft for tho
"forseeable- future" despite Wil.
son's plans for a sduction in
man-Dower of the armed ,erv.
ices.
2 Thebefense Depatmen
has completed its mwita budg-
et proposals for the flaIal year
tarting:nex July 1. Other
s ou*r^m id-they wi l be present-
ed to the Whbite House tomor.
row.
3. The Joint Chiefs of Staff
submitted o0 Wednesday their
song-4walted "new look" review
of third natte's military rt- ..i
'the study a re deals
the proap ve forest to be
maintained. In, the r fellow
101 fcal 1595, ending June 30.
.'Th1e Navy needs o fier or
r" urh 60,000- peI
alstcft ca rier. Wilon w"Pld
not elAborate except to ay tald
"it is question of timin" He
said heO ght it was n the
fical1 It -budget, but added
that aome ..ork still is being
done on the etual ship-buuldin
appropriatioRs figure.


te s alltf the 1S,W
, en February wil
iUbl. urazy. .
it- i er ofmen draft
. sinc te start of the Korean
. war In June, 1950.
SWilson has ordered a' 10 per
Scent reduction in the. manpower
Sstrnot 'eArmy Navy and
.rint- bUt.Defense Department
offielt. sala4 this had no effect
CD th ebriry draft reduction.
Sey said:it was due.solely to
hi fghert ,elatmente and selective
e 8...'l "y




t si Canc

: mNDO. Dec. ( _
prominent mnedlcal apoeumaa
sald'today rmls ors
and rmearchers ileve ats '/
amokhtn coatrlbutetl tomu
ca'nper. -*,. .., f
Dr., Korac' Joules medleaskl-..
rect4)r of the Central Middleex
.osta Where "some of the
flrst ,and. be't" reeareh on
smotz and, lunr cancer witas
made,, gald ,4,218 peraa, died
ofr lg. cancer. Biritar& last
year
Joulea said there is no doubt
the prevalinr medical Opinlon
lt Britain tt t tobacco in
"c4u isth e of lung canter"
.Statements by American doc-
tors earlier this week that "pro
longed and heavy us eof elgaret-
tea licreas "up to 20 times the
ris' of ianfer of the lung" had
little, effect on tobacco stoks In
Arftain.
Shares were steady or only
had -ded down slighUy as a
rault of the American an-
nouncement. An official of the
Reynolds tobacco Co. aid last
night there is "no real on sub-
stantli tedevidencf that smok-
IngK c us a lung caner."

Anti-Trust Cases
Narrow To DuPont's
Captive ,Market
CWCAo, pec. 12 (UP) -
A defense attorney said today
the governmfut has severely
oreuCed the scope of Its ant
trust eas agalns'. I. duPoet
de NmoDurs and other corpora-
tions sincehear1in began near-
John N, Harlan, attorney for
the duPont family defendants,
sald tHift ae had narrowed
dowM to dterzalpatlon whether
S.eptUve market was set up In
deAUNs between (enemal Mo-
tors I COIp., also a defendant,
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