The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01807
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,IC .i :u .I 1dI' ; I7t Bdtboa Hei ts Detines Ir*

.I .8 lbnicg Reaibons chiefs itreaSi g C

Dutkse, Responsibilities fl
'i. "- .I.Distinguishes

fii s Spec ation M to the duties to m arynmisson of the Canals of-
e^ be asiged to the newly-crest- ficlal photographer is to record
L. O U S ,oo_ .... h". =::h -
a-, mu h e beb ut ..e4 o. ,t of Director of Public thed operation of the Waterway -
byt....sCoMpanY- ZoneOM tausp for press use was
i1 u ... . Couei : k. 1l5 o t p a ph t rt proni 22 A m.e as Ie"sing ..t. in 'o t, i
evetn ty* 336 houses, recently nstato nled the "most bk te the Pafar c w wc caiec Reur-; c e 1seondarand reisdheItu h i O Ary
%eveby 1t hehols recent ," 1y Pnamnd heCoetran ur. Dhot-braper inquired whofher
mrc to bet hF t.ouA fe ee w t- o several questions puT.by newspape i uir w et o
CiviW)C -aretisoobe oubuilt 'oIns the" Ma Foi n .. n 33.. ..o ie~ ~ terheAw o .rc h a A erian. this ne-up would be changed.
olvs twa 339 steel and oll Ay.,r and whether thephotographer ases where family allotments had been

S -t s uilt Wo l wlsth .e r rn" anc wall-plumbing finxtdur Pul o Aa ......raenrrdf te Army it w bs continuing to pay them in beha.
S" "tomb- like" : te Unted Sa orew. leae an d offi teal of the non-repatriates.

t. 'j5 ioC uncil last I eek, 15 of the ompeSteod T i "re, w- u be re,-ponible nfo D atlon,. roeple: hss:A er an refusing repatriation in to COmestill is a
l o- boing deopb1 relatno.". unctw oi- fl even listetenwbidto the pleas of Allied questioning oiceted the

*S ee f. ai il~tit C r ~ w ants t Is wil start after the middl e Canal tated no' esaitrly The Pansat Canal Bevseo.) virtually ended today.
ofebrar 194adhr eonentire ne eTo b~. hoo a phr.- nounc Te pCommuism and return home, Army officialsndui4
St tht it hd ir wi work coely with the P Exe- Gen. K. S. Thmayy, chairman of the Neutral Natons
11 it m~or ne 'be..w has two I0 a.p., of ,an S pecifhatlons tor bhe completedn with- sked whether A rey wil a eo ,at e Office wmill included A the today.

-*.S3, e Bin to A 2'. S. -6wB an aie bualue lirrs in aafterthcrhe Wita preliminary negotiations for f Korran peoe-
2eI l,. .5os itho. th o d- r oban ethe r pe s..nteldi. c "e re- In oal cases where family allotments had been s

contract and pc. on use sem to con- rudihhing o f such inorm on negotiator Arthur H. Dean left for Washington to repot
S wolderandruse d "anyo n Goen to the Sate Department.m
hous esenow beingdemo- canaei .l to Asfl oawhmt Comp.blunta to nerncipas liorf the uetwonn of ante-repa- eA uenstn in o e

S. trfti onal CEaf tre lo ght, r act as Ftoteso ibl m p Goveror n thi function .s triate pr-onwrs is to end Dec. 23. e po ue f yto e no e-

oo i a : T C ao fr ean n twt a is baa lns ia n d tou be sh rsi g n e d b y th e G o v e rn o r ." T h e 2 2 Ayerac a n a m o nan, there U n itrl Noa tnog. *
le t am .. the ts s la t initial a ce refused to listen to "I wat th t
_M',__woodenf ICanl monei f arthey pu-ca on f will even listen to the pleas of Allied cheftUnite oficr
.Lso demote.lu e l at io sf unction ( 'Thes ree:pio Theiofnegr r eaefte f Washngo tre out.
many t PTla0 musonod lbri v isit o eiaseuaeon engrvirtually ended today.

fax9,. singlecaaid r.w--T h r eS Pe ubtian R und onubte cy thion cha otic Ko ran smit ion, wat oth iy shke n whe n
11 AIs;wprti cipa e lywith o ct frthe 1- Que sin inK.of.ti-hchai nder stan d noroorft.
bing og-TherV~te H no dertment assigned bi the Governoers" try to induce them tto go home .

io.*m dmI**.,;0A* thNtA* wlaV" I .ntl ce t, refused to listen to AMwaUt t

.uWl calunie- S in euI -
eoant f the pur,
pose of misadingo the minds of
new genea3gS."
The (Iro bill& s the "de-
uqtdieurItbhe de6ieritic from of
goemmea(" is the obvious aim of
totaltarian, Commiuist, Falangist
uad Fascist groups
Crespo, a former Minister of
Government and Justice, cited Ar-
ltile 10s of the constitution which
rules that parties with such aims
ore unlawful and pointed out that
these gr sa ve infiltrated Pa-
ama's Be Ios and universities
and are poisoning young minds
with their totalitarian ideologies.

1mrw- U NOW.. W : not mug.
mbow ,euld involve no change
In paosgel.
Crazy, Man
CROWBOROUOH, 3nglan d.,
Dec. 15 (UP) -6lf profemsaonal
Chal Mase s tbr bounding
12,000 coecuuge times on a po-
go sti, sld today: "There are
too m an y iab people In the
world." i
To further Interest in crazily
nom, Macey sad he Is thinking
of rolling a hoop 20 miles to
Bright . once walked sit
miles tIn. i than an hour twir:
Ing ay "yo. --

Lord Montagu Brands Boy Scout's 8t
S Cecu
Sex Offense Charge 'Papible Lie on
% ni

WINCHNXTXR, nigland, Dec.
15 (UP) Lord Montagu of
Beaulleu fald in court today he
was "absolutely shattered" by
the accuation that he commit-
ted a sex offense with a 14-
year-old Boy Scout.
His lawyer, W. A. Pearnley-
Whibtingstall, arguing that the
charge was preposterous. said
Montagu proposed to his former

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Ruadderiss Ship

'. A *. MNwfiedisai k t The grwp- pm h e i Relays of waiter shuttled be-
-R m- tween lounge and engine room,
Akiatnf the Ma ofr eaArney reported, carrying re-
S t Ifea reshments for grimy egiee
4Wrlann '.whose labors in mtnputg
oil .r alternately to the sIhip
V.-ter.o p -r plIer enable the master
4r- to steer.

'"We have under present e-
cumstancee deelned an ofter, '
,she t"bq Turmoil to take
.. '"Weactwr are sav time t y
Soft5 Ina t Wan powok

: to at
te otumrJa tt rniow to-
' a d. apw behwaar. The en-
. 1 peogpfl art mbwre
8 ofe 9 6 e -f a me
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flame Ina. las ame corner of
his minrMaI garden. where so-
cordt to the prosecution, the
al offese occurred.
' MmIgU and a friend, movie
produr KO eth Hume, were
on tnol W with offenses
agalitMt twEi Bcouts last Aug.
'"Yo. may i nk it a little dif-
ficult to ecacelve that a man
who had th s ense of romance
to want to g the engagement
ring to0 a I in a particular
part of hi 1 e also commit-
t a filt perime there," the
lawyer told the jury.
Ne called the story which the
Boy. 8 e out told yesterday "a
payable liW."
WeNring the exclusive neck-
tie of the Orenadier Guards
regiment, to which he used to
belWoog Montagu took the stand
In hbl own defense.
He MJd that not only was he
"completely shattered" when
the police told him of the al-
legata against him but that
his fiancee was "very, very up-
pt." Be udd he was "madly in
love' with her.
Mqt 'I s engagement to Miss
Anna BoOt, laughter of a British
At SI&Jr, was broken short-
ly l e dharges were made.

N1e Brand

onhi & deers asked:
iM Ss e~ seO h ar?"

reaf ks f-he-

g;ners who r fte fIo home 'As I u1)0 -
ruat be questlend f'st, andl nut attack, the home the nu-
) That the GI's a be per- leus of the nation and they
fitted to "explain" their atti- can disintegrate the home thte
ade to the explaining officer,. will disintegrate the nation."
2--Peace conference negotlat- Mrs. Howe received a messIdg
r Arthur H. Dean arrived here. from her husband, poultry farm-
a his way home, after break-.er E. K. Howe. who said abs
tg off negotiations at Panmun- -"should do what she can. I dona
Dm because the Communists ac- feel Its a lost cause yet."
ised the United States of "per- "I know he would look at It
dy." that way." Mrs. Howe said. "'
But Dean expressed conti- feel better. As long as my hus-
ence, on his arrival here, that band feels I should keep tryL-ng
eo Communists will retract I will."
helr statement. "I believe tne Mrs. Howe was urged by the
eds will retreat and the talks mothers of some of the other
ill be resumed," he said. He pro-Red American Is to repro-
id before he left Korea that he sent them at Panmunjom if
lleves the Reds really want a their soldier-sons agree to come
eace conference. out of their compound for ex-
3-Gen. Maxwell D. Taylo-, planations and If the govern-
mmanfdin the TTnited tat.es ment anoroneso

h Army. said in 8
oops are prepare
stody Of 22,000 I
It Korean and C4
ers on Jan. 24, w
kg to the Allies IsI
r freeing those m
,se to go back to

4-Despite the fi
22 American repatri
they do not want to
tempts to win som
over continued.
The boyhood frieze
the 22 left for Kort
hope that he may p
Aaron P. Wilson of
to.go home. The Al
Airman 1/C Williamr
of Olla. La, the per
to Kokea
WUsen's sister,
Rogers, of Umala,
arrange passage to
fident that If she
that close to her
wil change his mil
Mrs. Portia Howe
larm wife whose pn
olderr son said he
return home, vowe
"keep trying" to sa
"the violous thing
The 47-yearold
agreed, despite her
emotional baims
President Zlsmhowt
to represent the mi
other Aaricp pri
have refried patr
"I thbik tis a
M, Mlnlf,1 Mn.

Ieme h of

eoul that his
ng to take But chances that she wou*l
anti-Commu- be allowed to see Tenneson ior
hinese pris- any of the prLqoners seemot
which accord- slim. The Defense Department
the deadline has refused her request to o to
sen who :e- Korea, a denial which = s1i0
o Red-ruled ably could be changed only
Eisenhower. ,
Mrs. Howe's heart-breIhra
act that the Ing cause drewMA t .mp e ,
iates all say hundreds of wel-w lahktIl',
go home, at- Some in her home state
e of them special prayer meetings t=1
"divine guidance" for ew.
nd of one of John Chapple editor of
ea today in Ashland. Wis., Dalt Pb ,
persuade C.31. supported Mrs. M e
SUrania, L%., plan to fVy to the' Far Mii
lr Force gave the start. also offered 1am10pa
i L. Randall, agement in a tevephone ea3L .
mission to go "Mrs. Howe, yom ve at
failed." Chap h l.o'Tour
Mrs. R. W. Is going to WWll.M2'
is tryfi to Chapple. who sd he yas f
Tokyo-cen former Communist who had been
an gt even in Moscow in 110. told Mrs.
brotwke he Howe he could "rMo between
ad. the lines" of Tennedon's letter..
e, Minnesota "Richard's letter reveals that
o-Commun'st he Is a boy with a good heart.
would never with a Christian heart. In hiq
d today to search for good and truth he has
ve him from been misled. Just as I once was,"
commundim he added.
President Svngman Rhee tc-
woman alsi day questioned the American re-
hlsical and fusal to permit Mrs. Howe to Yo
Srand if to Korea to try to persuade her
er approvlU, prisoner son to come home and
others of 21 said the South Korean goveri-
soners who meant world do "everything w'Lh-
rlaton. In our power" to help her atta'4
terrific re- her goal if Army officials should
Howe said. change their decision.
Iha't. If It He said he wished to make I
I would, but clear "It is not thi. government
that has barred Mrs. Howe frtv .
i mules to Korea.
chaM d Rt Rhee said that because MI.,
VU refused Howe Is a citizens of the nite
to Panmun- states "that country must maIh
the flnaJ decision on her trip O
oldly-wor..' Panimunjom "
Wio hotel in But he added:
Some and "I do not see wha tM M i
United States r-wmwillriqz
want to tak3 permitting her to eve toi
V. he wrote, rea.
I my mho -if the United States HM-
, .agree to her comitg
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kcan. Letters are received gotatefully and are handled in o wholly oati-
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If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the
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Bermuda conference communique
issued by President Eisenhower,
Prime Minister Churchill and Pre-
mier Laniel has to be read in con-
nection with the last notes from
Soviet Russia to get its full mean-
Viewed in this light, the first
hasty interpretations, branding the
Bermuda conference and its com-
munique as failures, do not hold

expressed in letters from readers. The conference can be judged a
,- o- failure only if measured against
LOAN SHARK RACKET some of the overoptimistic predic-
Gamboa, C.Z. tions on what would be accom.
polished. These predictions ringed
r:In the Canal Zone there quite a few men engaged in this loan all the way from statements that
ircket, at a rate of 80% per month. That is it a man comes to veal that the United States, Brit-
tnem tor a loan of $25 in a week that man will have to pay them ain and France were hopelessly
btick 4u with the understanding the extra $5 Is for Interest. Bu plit, to expressions of hope that
if the man cannot pay back the whole $3U he will have to pay 5, solutions would be found for. every
the inetrcst, with the understanding of still owning $30. So each problem confronting the non-Corn-
pay-day if the man cannot pay $30, he will have to pay the in- Imunist world.
tirest of $5. Although all these $5 interests aad up to more than'
you borrowed from the loan sharks they are going to say you still The Bermuda conference went
owe them (or he) $30. to neither of these extremes.
The minute you say you cannot pay anymore they began call- There were never any. indica-
ing yodu thief or insult you in the worsb balk any human can think tions in Washington that either de-
in. velopment could be expected. No
For instance, one of my employes came to me yesterday and U. S. official who had anything to
baid that he had borrowed $10 Irom a man that lends on interest, do with the Bermuda conference
ever anticipated that a nice, neat
Well the day he was supposed to pay his wife went in the solution for any- of the world's ills
with $2 interest so he tolo the man he cannot pay the whole $12, ed at the end of the Big Three
6o the man told him he can pay the interest of $2 until when he meeting.
c".n pay the original of $10 with the $2 interest. Well thiS poor
boy begins checKing up and finds that he has paid $40. So he If there were any dissensions
decided to speak to this loan man, to see if he will be reasonable ong the heads of the Americanments,
with him, so he said this loan man told he has nothing to do with British and French governments,
that. He loaned him $10 lor $12 and he is expecting to get it that eidcean Club closets. What
way. came out in public was an expres-
I don't want to hear anything from these loan sharks. It s ion of court inmplete harmony. er
; shame to know that their own people are robbing the local rate gain, perhaps, is a demonstration
people o0 their future. ...i of President Eisenhower's ability
I wish the Canal Zone Government would do something sa to get allies to work together.
at to stop this racket.
I I _lls i .u....k1.. ww #. -

I have been at the bank on Tuesday and Wednesday when
these poor boys went to cash their checks and it was shame to
kee these men just waiting until these boys came from the win-
dow and the loan sharks just collecting, if possible, the majority
(of these poor boys' money which they have to carry home for
gieir wives and children.
', You can always see them wnen there is a pay day for the
.tcal raters at the bank or where they work.
I These men are all employes of the Panama Canal Company.
Hate To See It,
Cocoli, C. Z.
' All I ever see in the Mail Box is complaints.
, I would like to take up just a few lines to say: "thank you"
tp all the staff in the maternity ward at Clayton Hospital.
T I just had a baby there and they have some wonderful doctors
'ind fine nurses.
Mrs. C. Meek
N 1 c d Atlaids
"PleesendilIs to Santa.
Mfad works on the locks. We had a nice Thanksgiving din-
Aer. Mother says our Christmas and New Year dinner will be
tice too. Santa, Dad has to work on all these hIblidays, but my
boy friend's Dad gets all these holidays off. Santa please make
iy Dad a pet too. Merry Christmas...
Bay Don



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This development throws uthe
Bermuda communique into focus
against the backdrop of recent So-
view notes for proper perspective.
The Russian note of Nov. 3 call-
ed for cessation of talks among
Britain, France and the United
States. It called the Bermuda con-
ference "collusion" against the So-
viet Union. The Big Three went
ahead and held their conference
The Russian notes of both Nov.
3 and Nov. 26 demanded an imme-
diate suspension of steps to com-
plete unification of western Eu-
rope and set up the European De-
ifense Community.
Says the Bermuda communique
in reply to that one: "We repf-
firmed that the European Defense
Community is needed to assure the
defense capacity of the Atlantic
community of which it will be an
integral part."
The two November notes from
Moscow also insisted that the variP
ous mutual security arrangements
of the non-Communist powers -
such as the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization and the Pacific se-
curity treaties-be abandoned.
The Bermuda communique an-
swers that one in a couple of
places: "The North Atlantic Trea-
ty is and will remain the founda-
tion of our common policy." Even
the Russians should be able to
understand that language.
On Pacific questions, the Ber-
auda communique states that the
immediate object of allied policy
[coninues to be the convening of a
Korean peace conference, to re-
tore more normal "conditions in
the Far East and Southeast Asia.
There is no sign of abandoning the
fight of the French in Indo-Cifina.
On tiermany, the recent Russian
notes have.stated that no plans for
nniffication and restorauon of sov-
ereignty would .be acceptable, un-
less they guaranteed the life of
the Communist regime of the
Eastern Zpne. The Russians were
partieuila t bitter over allied pro-
posals to rearm western Germany
as part of the European Defense
Replying to these Russian ulti-
matums, the Bermuda communi-
que asserts that a united Europe,
"including Germany, constitutes
the best means for achieving
greater prosperity, security and
stability for its free peoples."
'Russian demands that the Unit-
ed States recognize Communist
China aid admit it to a five-power
conference on world tensions were
simply ignored by the Big Three.
SiMilarly, the questions of Tri-
este, E&gpt, Spet Canal and Sudan
listed in advance as possible
capses-of dissension-didn't rate a
:mpnjion in the harmonious comr.
The Big Three therefore stand
better united to enter a Big Four
conference than at any time in
recent yens.

Retired Employes'

Chapter 38 Meets
iIn Ancon Tonight
Ancon Chapter No. 38 of the
retired Panma Canal employes
association will hold a meeting
upstairs of the Pacific Club-
house at 7 p.m .. an announce-
ment stated today.
All retlil of the U.S. gov-
rnment "e cordially invited to
this sel(.
At this wihnBg President Luti
Vicr wll m imotant eor-
reAsondatn from the Natjo't4
AsoMaUton of Retired CIvill
Emnrloye ltWa bnton D.C.
'cent enerc with Pri" ,

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s- .=Sta0"wkA to
ilrst-Nighten: John Murray Anderson "Al- _U f '& ar
-- a "tf th e a rtal T mr) is the = Leon, & A-#
of the' Js mmLe
i melody and mischief. Mlast not-Zs Ur -. ,.,
.e salutes for the songs. pq and soofngof l s I ies
Hermione Gingold and 3Bllydo-Wol. The Wu.I7'.
No"' John 4ma nare : "A myanT
hand0 revue..ose ..sonofte o S
Golden 3. retired tle i law
which the alslemoa found unatSI .. __
nimc.otaele diemblsed it.. wh
-tes the jpral-Amerierc Dd
mead up for the minority: -A grifying
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strike... "prW,."dintrn
"took long -walks"... BOW re the
Item about La HaywortIs writing
memoirs. "Wat's he gonac it," giggld Bob.
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new recor4 for iAendinS the I
payera' moley. -"
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Neb.. Is Chairman ot a WarsA

JOHN FOSTER DULUZS has wanted to be Seo- meot effeminate men who huag within the shad- Rig
retary of State for a Iog time. His u andffther ow 6f the "palace." .
held the post, and thete was a fam ly tradition Times have cha ged1 Fo .rs and do-
of foreign-affairs service. Bvidently s ga he .mestie. policies a tghtl ned today
has the job, but he must have learned by now that few political 'to g b the con-
that it makes hi the readiest target In the ads ration of theme e without the other.
country. Mle than that, all the na 's ho a dI.I
For reasons that ar special to the Pature of feaos are underrated to center ar&iuM. the wotr
been easy pickings for the political sharphlot-, ,e 80.nl .. secr... .. Snt.
ers. .. t .hau ot helped the .ft tasy .t A dI
To begin with, the head of the StaS, *Dep as i national flpur. It had only' imn tWed '. Sepi
met no rma any political power difflultleg. In a timel of seemingly endles crisis
or influftce o cene. `pt for and tr mani citienu and many polltelis. &.
occasional speeches, hil Work does n take him work. t.eir 7rIratrton on him as the ntewr of t
-egularly through the .ctry and t depart- did db M
et has no wi espreadoestic o t on The to an that, gaiafts .' WOIES ;-C
,etg concentrated shingt on I a. -S.oroln, they must tw~o~f1W we
Since this is so, heIs always a rtar e of State. elo
distant figure to most k tli@b aM i;a one the reta ofStategSSW
ace. T of -an
a bred eMta l o6toa

it boay red a i- hl. lto t Pha
t th at p itsican w u for s .ot I not ha '
c^nvenent target. These sta to say that for- one oft he world most se
el1in affairs was the strange bdine odf sftal- obs .

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Target Dulles

By Brunce Biomsat

4Wip Train Commaitee from ..Tr (
Man' home etowa.

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Wvmlt Buc not
abeI t tle arl Warren
and. A Mtl Felix -F a
fter at tiba recet na. BrDo -.
imer me orl PieYrg tident ,

bowtars ft what olemn ameub ;
hert wodred d, W JeT"
with two Sweme ia JustiT=e

jmt baui ftw hYwamvr
S. e y wff*
always asks ma what the wower '
weer at ses Affairs. Do you mi-i-
describing your dress for me?" ;l

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star hb6s and power In Tamin t,

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NEA Feed and lurkes Editor
We hav a friend In Seattle who Aby. Bruah top of pastry wlth milk
rfops her ne era n a am for a golden brownjlaze.
-iri or pear- mna t ,.lh at-45 degrees r or 35-
a Christmas rediW RemOve from oven and
uckie course on warm or cold with hard

We ba y a. inh e a te f The skin w et w i pe i s
your atten on. '-;A
SJbjou Is pronounced "an-jo."
ue 9-r ac eat see T mason for Aziou is frmm Oc.
tqjur to April or May. The flath
TW Atiou pears, diced, 2 cups but tender, very Ncy and
M mincemeat, pastry for 26 to grained, apicy and wH a rich
a p Inches. li The skin when rpe Is
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Buy famous Fuller

SBristle comb
* Hair brushes
* Bathbrlshet
* Mirrors, etc., et..

the Gift beyond compare

No gift you can give will
last as long or give as
much pleasure as a
Diamond Gift of Casa
Fastlich quality! Every
diamond in our collect.
tion is carefully select- /
ed by our experts,-,- to
be proudly given and
proudly worn I

No. 1 "J" street
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S. Bowls, Vases. Center
4< Trays, Flower Vases,
' Boxes, Uquor Sets!
' 'Piece Drewer Sets, Just
ibyem've been waiting for.

"'l a.pcer" Pitnte silver )
3rd Dimemoen
i m. l. *6. $17.50

*FPltes, and beautiful
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Remember the 3 "SYMBOL OF LOVE" Diamond Rings
CASA FASTLICR is Vtem away for Christmas!


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Buntin's First Wife

SWon't Recognize He's Alive
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Der. 1 long -mising Buntin and his
P(UP) The first v.Aie and tnr e secretary
sons of a man found living i, Buntins first wife, meanwhiLf.
Texas with a second falhillv ai had married LoulJ Phillips, pre -I
er a 22-year fadeout relu.ed 'r, dent of the Broadway National
l*,etfect today to recognize hi.s .x- Bank the trustee for Buntin s
a .-stence. insurance The bank joined'
Buntin's first family in filir.g
i The family ol the 'la' today s curt papers.
Thomas C. Buntin al ii ,
,chancery court demurrer th .1 They asserted that the ins'r.-
S.-the New York Life Insurancle (.L ,nce company is trying to ie-,
has no leeal grounds to ieco'-r open h case already decided 'n
$31,000 still in trust on his po..- linalitv by the State Supreme,
They argued that the St..'e Court As s result, they said, th.'
opreme Court ruled Bun.i,1 company has no legal grounds Wu
dead" and that the statute of recover the money.
finhitatons has expired.
Buntin Is now living in Or- Besides, the demurrer added
ange, Tex. with his former se,'- the statute of limitations has
retry. Betty McCuddy, as Mr. expired on at least two questions
and Mrs. Thomas D. Palmn.-. Involved--one a six-year limita-I
.They have six children ofl other tion on contracts and the othtrr
n. Despite the recent expo.i- a 10-year limit on Supreme
re of their masquerade tn:yy Court judgments.
i have ,esumed it with the syn,-!
4bpathetic help of their commi:-! The answers did not specifi-
,_.rluty.I call challenge whether Buntin
is alive but cited the Supreme
SBuntin and Miss McCuddy Court judgment that he was
eloped "for lov(. in 1931, for- dead and the company had to
felting their shares in famtiy pay the Insurance.
wealth to start new lives. In
1942 the Tennessee Supreeuc Attorneys said that the que3-
Court held Buntin legally dead- tion of Buntin's existence still
and the chief justice said in nis might be raised should Chan-
opinion that Buntin, with :te cellor Thomas E. Shriver decline
reputation of a dissolute play- to throw out the Insurlnce :com-
boy, could not have lived 1" pany suir to recover the money
inonths without family help. still In trust. The company d i
That ruling forced the life .n not seek recovery of the moncy
surance company to pay a poll- already paid from the, trust.
cy of more than $50,000 on Butn-
tin's life the money going in.o *The Palmers in Texas have,
trust for his sons. made only one gesture toward
restoring their former family
But the company never quit ties. Mrs Palmer spent ihe
looking for' Buntin and two weekend with her aging father,
months ago announced he nad Robert F. McCuddy, a promi-
been found alive when it filed a nent banker of Russellville, Ky.
suit enjoining any more pay- It was the first time he had seen
ments from the trust fund. (ft her since she left home to J6in
Thanksgiving Day, the Nash- .untin in their gamble for hap-
ville Tennessean news paper pines in 1931. He had long
Identified the Palmers as the thought her dead.

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Great While Fleet



S S. "YAQUE" ................................... Dec. 18
S.S "LEVERS BEND" ..........................Deo. 12
S.S. "SANTO CERRO" ..........................Dee. 25
SS "CHIRIQUI" .. ..........................Dee. 27
S.S. "C G. THULIN" .......... ................Jan. 3
S.S. "HIBUERAS" ................................Jan. 3

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S.S. "LEON" ........................... Dee. 16
S.S. "MAJORKA" ........................... Dec. 18
S.S. "ESPARTA" .................................Dec. 2O
S.S. "SAN JOSE" .................................Dec. 29'
S.S. "MARNA" ..................................... an. 2

Weekly sailings of twelve pasenger ships to New York, New
Orleans. Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle,

Special round trip fare from Cristobal to New York,
Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

To New York ............................ 4.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ..........W 90
To Seattle ;.................... ............ $3 S.0



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41 Th Nortbr-de a se"Ao e c ofte and gs-n
l ardaraers ed nfoor l t rengt wedding o a
Ie in the bs High rat Bait

Vari-tinted lae l C r es M.. SwawffI t played ha nd ieta-

Wed' .am-&& Be gto arl
W~R4I&W b4rk eate n gvnI

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S and Mrs. Robert Scott
polores Harris were ea it"t A
^AAll w dresses in Attefl Qiih
Ideta except foa His e

o es of contrast- Ro
sylon net, mx at a"d=n.
h vee neckline, it- he Union C
240")OWufPt sirt, wi0h 90, by th ]I
Swore match stole tic Co in
e.bojeweled with blue t i
l ia105 nT' nosegy was .of
0-kwaMet-Mo tiedbq -
an ver ribbons.
~~ als yellow with upjac
sade des and flowers, !l a
wore pastel grePO Club door;
of the same ed- a"d dinner
t .wlengh mitt. person.- Deo
rl the brid.ry.
wif Wll if n
Sushers, Mr. B Alexa
m Harris. We*
following the eer' Mrs. E.
S tin was held at the wood Cali
logon Club at Fort A- mor nig ab
Mrs. Howell, mothV "Traft gar"
Sg greeted guests in a to apnd th<
gown of dusty rose,
de avinnese lace bod-
Wisi c skirt. She wore a ,
S cklae and an orchid. Nt FI
'Is table was center i r
wi 4 layer wedding cak
torI teh a miniature bride a4Wd i4 *l
M larou cnd w h were .
r i patel colored lilies anoitff Ya'
P.- o4 palms and ferns, SES fesa
. a background for the ta-- o may be
M., Mildred 1. Frick was In w r IC
cha%,e a the bride's book, Mrs..mm pz
JoIevo l3 X. Hilty served the wed-
d SkU ,iand Irsn. May McClo-
ke, G. R.. arme. and Mri.
Ckarlel Sorrell alternated in srv- doi ft
her going away costahs, f
I o chose a white ny
w blue and yellw _
dhnam aud navy blue aecessoriqa. MIN

'Pinal he U4- stre plan t I
albThutrday. abgadl the S.S. Cvis-
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dFiri Lady To
ma de Dlaim-DInee
leuy, the President Of
Sof Panama. Jose An-
n" Cetera and Mgr.
be the'guest of honor
dance to be given at
lab Sday, Deceabdr
Ladies of the Diploina-
m paqs. for t ben4-
F Whifr WM

nfM be bop tial
San sale at thl
ace fee is 1.ke
t. will be gO

M. Alexander of Holy.
fornia arrived FrIdal
board the Barber Lie'l
frpm the United Statep
a winter months on' the

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t. Miss Cara Whte,

The executive board of Local
900. Government and Civic Em-
ployes Organizing Committee --
CIO, will convene In regular sesi-
Wlon, Friday, at p.m. In the La
Boca headquarters of the union.
Complete reports of the tran-
saeatons of the executive board
will be made at the various meet -
ings of the chapters and stew-


at the Hqtil ThlL '- Andrea Lee Nash and Miss Karen
Coate. Thursday at the home of Mrs.
MiN Mauldlb Clebratqs Miss White, Miss Nash and Mr. Franklin K. Van Zandt, 544.A Cu-
teft Birthday Coate, all of the Atlantic Side, rundu Heights. Mrs. William C.
Mr. and" Mrs. Sam Mlauin of were the overnight gueSts of Miss Smith will be co-hostess.
Balboa were hosts frw'a dinner Mauldin and her parents. Mrs. Nathan Witkin will review
party gives at the eoce in -- the book "Ex-Prodigy" by Norbert
nonor of their daughter Miss Vir- Book Review Grop To Meet Wiener. Tea will be served at 3:30
fa'AmeIfaudln, onR thq occa- The Book Review Group of the p.m. and the review, will begin
1M of hher twelfth .it p anal- Canal Zone College Club will meet promptly at 4:00 p.m.
S. o Members and their friends are
- i ,F &r- -# ~ t cordially invited to attuned.
STThe ever, oTwelcomee E sther Circle Notice
The r The Esther Circle of the Balboa
S r h Union Church will meet this eve-
GIFT for the Home! ning at 7:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Doris Harned, 5333-A Davis
S-Street, Diablo. Mrs. Vance How-
S t S* ard, Jr. will be co-hostess.
Fr m the State Mrs. E.W Hodgson will give the
m Christmas devotions, and Mrs.
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No. 3 Lottery Plaza
Fourth of July Ave.

Agaula JSoral. de PubUlcaclones FARMACTA '
46 Central Ave ,' .
PVrque Lefevre 7 Street
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Household Automobile. D ENDHAK M & l lips. Oceanside c ttag Santo a te
FOR SALE -Goverpor Winthrop Sec- FOR SALE:-Morris Minor. Convert- ner. Telephone 2-3479,. Poanrat. amen 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
ratory, $60. 6 mahogany dinnette: bible, new condition. 4,000 miles. Houses on beach, Snto Clar. Also
chairs, $40. 4 drawer chest of, Quarters 9-B Fort Clayton. Phone FOR CALE N n Con c.me n. otC nar Io
drawers, walnut, $20. Electrolux' 7-3217. Phone SHRAPNEL. Bolboo 1a389
Switch attachments.-Call Ft. Clay OR ALE:--Leoving country. Priced Mli8Ce8 -. or see cartoker thler.
ton 87-243 -. fDoor quick sole 1952 Mercury 4 lCi.RISTMAS DCOA.i. fr-. Gromlich Santo Clara Beach cottages,
FOR SALE: Eectrotacmenux Vcuum Door Sedan. gerator, boy miles 60 cycle, livig- homes, stores, s d electric refrigeration, gas stoves
litieaner, reasonable 59 c-, Dia- ron- furniture. House 2306, cn- atins. CrWitis We. a rate rates. Phone 6-441 or
.- B D tr ac-Itoo rs area, C urundu. Phone ow A m erican ..... 1-S J S No; 4-567. __
No -- 412 Tel. 2-1060. Foster's Cottages. One mile post
OR SALE: -- Maytag. washer,. 25' _1_ 1 ^, O SLE: Good p oSL -- GoP ctic-*| Santa Clara. Please bring yourI
clS, $85.00. Oleander PInceFOR SALE OR TRA DE: 9OR1 0A e V eG pacti c Santo P lara. le ae B | 21866
..- A .2- call perfect. 87-2283 after 6 p. blinds, light green, 2 are 54 WILLIAMS' Sani Clara beach Cot-
fOR SALE: One "8" Cu. Ft. 25 113 x 45, 108 l Y 45 -7-45'., tages. Large. comfortable, modern
cycle Frigidaire refrigerator, one Phone Curundu .613. use near beach. Balboa 3050 except
steel buffet. 1550 "G" GavianURGENTLY, Hillman convertible. 2015-D. Curund: weekends.
Pd. Balboa. Tel. 2-1447 duy paid, excelent condition ls ALE:-Now b W RENT _
-- S AL- t- -- G et" re a dy- t -a ma s I R o l P o r t a b le t y p e w r ite r P a n a m a FOR'AE -N:w t i h; ..0 F O R R E NTK
OR SAL---Get ready for Xmas. 3-233 Behave human moe, $8.50. -Be-
Make just one small down pay- -.---.-- -1 hove hurran female, $9.00. t1lbbe- A m
meant and HOUSE EXCHANGE'FOR SALE:-1952 Custom inp Ford ;ia Menendez. Ploza Loterla No. Apartments
will deliver ony tUrnituie you ic- V-8 Tudor Sedan, .radio. excellent Panamr. .- ALNAMURA APARTMENTS -
lect the Some day. Lovely Livig cotiont. Con be finance'd.0429,' Sled bids, in tripM- ,-' f-f
Suitest$1 25.00,diningroam tas B \enado St. Ancon. Phone2,- Pw remineoto Modern 2, 4 and 5riams, furnished
and 4 chairs8.00, just receive bed 0. - o -- :neering and Constreuctite) i 8061. 10th SWft Colri Tel --
compete) $98.00, ust received FOR SALE:-1946 Indian Chief, A-' Panama Canal C phone 138&.
4 burner gos stoves apartment size condition, $275.00. Write Box Heights, Canal -ea 135.--
S$59.00, AND MANY OTHC R 817, Balboa, C. Z. m f., January270' 4 1ATT.NT H.aJL!Lst built orn
SBARGAINS YOU SHOULD TAKE- publicly open, l furnished oposrtmbilmt. onetw
ADVANTAGE OF NOW! -FOR SALE: 1948 Bu ic" k 2-door, publicly opened; i n bedrooms. hot, cold water. Tel-ho t w t .
tAY PAYMENTS NO INTEREST ra^ '^$800 00. perfect condition wi1 Plant, tools. ei eo om 4 .
CHARGEHOLD EXCHANGEf f'S-..-8Fr2_'- --Cu forming all work for a nsiruction FOR RENT:-Apartment. two bed- i
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 34711OR SALE -'z I Ford Z doi, Cu'som. of pavements. utihties, houses oand rooms, diningroom, parli, porch.
National Ave. No. 41. Phone 3.-471~ good ftres, radio, new seat cosirs. oppurlenances at Balboa, C. Z. maid's room with b4 t,a ragee'
?Automobile Row. ne broule. Call Kobbe (276. Forms of proposals, specificalpns, 95.00. 46th St. N 19, Ap. 4.
FOR SALE: One wardrobe trunk I:FOR SALE.-Sacif.ce! Leas ng Isth nd full particulars may be ob- Tel. -3434
one Lionel electric train. Hoi'e n orr-s Minor 193 black 4- Mined from the offIce' of the Con- FOR RENT- -Small comfu,
713, Balboa. t__ dbur excellent condition. I single trOct and Inpection Division Rooma nishedportmen! to mra.y couple
nmal---" Call Panama 3- 343, Bal boa, ighis, telephone 2- ho e h lDo t cul
Position Offered I b 3739 or 2,2c t wre, fcg
PO on Offered noon r__ O ~. Ol ~seps Park sti floor. Above Boyd
ANTED Eperienced Bartender., FOR SALE -Or trade. 1947 Fo l depo it of $40.00 per st. Upos, Brothers "L street No. 3, Apt
chauffeur far interior e ti lo ll be i reltb'ifpifli
ment. Recent references Phe 00. Phone 8?-t nd dawings re .t returned FOR RENT -Furnished rtment 2
0208 between eleven and, I - - ..t.hin '40b .calendr days. after bedrooms, very cool, $ 1 No. 2.
-. ..... ...F---- OR SALE.-1951 Mor s Minor 4- opening of bids.. 47 street. Corner Federio Boyd.
PERSONALS Dc. excellent condition. Phone FOR SALE --For immediate ship- FOR RENT: UnfurrnihW ground
E'R Nr____ Gibson, 2- 1840. 8 to 12 noon ent 100 po.rs ancient stirrups floor of residence. 2 bedrooms and,
HARNETT & DUNN, ncw ha.e the, and 2 to 5 m. made of brass in good condition servant's room with garden ain
Ballroom Dance Book on SALEa lo'FOR S./LE-1952 Hoar-top convert- slightly decorated, For l ormna- best residential district, l1. 9.000
the coming holidays. T-le idea': -ie DeSofo. 13,000 miles, '",- tlon. Jacobo Ghitas. Calle 20 No. monthly. 46 St. No. 22. Froib'Jtn t
gift for Xmos for only $1.50. STd, SC0r..iyO. Call S-H1252. 7 a. m. .*o 5-18. BogOlo Cololmb-a. 6. "'.. 4 -
.dt Clubhousesf Pancommissae, PX 4 0 FOR SALE -Boxer Pulps AKC reg. FOR RENT-One bedroom unfumish.* I
.. RePbl a FO., L-Bck Super Sedan 1940 istered. 13 months old. Excellent e apartment. Garage.. 168 '., VIs f/ i
'4 dco r ire,. teot cove's new Verp with children. see them at Lo'Cho- Belasorao PorrqG. 1
Panama Elks Plan 1 l oD, con(dilon 5250.00 cash zo. 5007 Vio Arango, 500 feet FOR RENT.--Completely furnished
.LR Bull Phone Curundu 83-6243. post rood to Panama Vieja, tele-" a nd 2 beroo. oapartmjnt. mn ,'.i

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illtokt otfter'his professional'

Rtltrls. ItaUlliaton of a
aBet heaters, etc.
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wilne rnl.ia rS o S Wl- brand new r1ul t u
IFOR SALE m* m obile Rv EnqurW ath se E.
SoInvke iJi eF FOR SALE: Large girl's bicycle, champ .. A. Automobil Row. V
Ba Boats & MotorS child's wagon. Large tricycle. 1-4- FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment,
i I llp a -FOR SALE:-BOAT- 14 ', feet with 1-2. 25 cycle motors. Large oai re(r.geroior, stove. livingiroo-a ." .
Soccessoris and trader, $150 00. compressor. Telephone 2-3775. dninlnraoom. I bedroom, kitchJe .
Ians were being made today Outboard Motor Johnson 10 HP. __Balboa. bathroom. Private entrance 575.-
,by local Elks affiliated with the nearly new wth stand and tankiFOR SALE---Refrigerator 9 cu. ft 0&0. M ois if desired G. I. prefer-
Inepe-nder.t Benevolent and' $2 00. Boat mrrotor and all $40U with qufrantee. gas stove, double red. No. 27. 43rd street, Bell
Protective Order of Elks to in CO Telephone Ponmrp 3-0010,1 bed w be spring. bureau. plant *TI
V14 Judge Hobson R. Re',nold.s Eit 25 or Ponama 3-i335. 'Co'i 46 t. No. 22, I to 6 p. m. E T
th order's grant' director of0 2 : F -)lln be. .__I 7 [ -- -- -f R O R N I T i: *
clv liberties In Philadelpuia. tu Cmin

f riurellaneous adam room, private. IN
ieynolds. a Philadelphia minag- CBWANTD -Tee.-dys ,o, Pred IIB KeJeClO n cop No
Istiate, has exp' essed the desire .ekaWANDr1I.,
tlo nsit Panama and the C anal clar.er for bachelor moan or i-M l hwoIsa tuaaateR RENT "Mer*'-I- Tm wth W-i"
tote in order to conduct an on-, m.,, or couple onred by experi-igid P ri i;.ce Supports or w 1 ol ot
th -spot survey of labor and liv- enced West Ind.an %omon wdth rr beu l 4M. 4 M i
in conditions in the Canal. pood recent releren,.e. Former CHICAGO, Dec 15 iUP) A!.- Bella 7Vt.,. ... o
Zo e apd PFa-ama and to aid In' rmp'oer at PunQarn 2-1016 will lan line, president of he
laying out a mammoth rivil l tale me-' ue or ur.re Bo< 55. AmerlAn Farm Bureau Fedez<.- ,-
ilbirties program for local Elks Prl.ou An.er .:,.. lon. dIcted today his organi- aan,, a m
S zation .ill' reject contnuatinuntin l WI lE *
In letters to local Elks of- S g of 'rilikd" high price supports '
fic1ls. Revonlds had said he Is 54 lllgar olal for lartn commodities. -
wlling to devote his time an5 S a Agriculture Secretary Ezra : n .
fxiyrience and the resources of .. 4AA A Taft Benson also voiced disup- u ,O JI hen yw 4 am1ew
the IBPOE Civil Liberties De- Down .V IONS proval of the rigid support a53- 3 ean u. ye, -w
pa' :ment towlads improving sem which he Inherited Ir-asj '
local conditions, From d the Democratsf Uniwed statail'teprm-entatluu_
.aom o19o3 Figuresl Kline, sea kin at a news con- Wayne NN. AsMnaU, (D-CO
dirculars have been sent ao erence at the federation's n.- Colorado ad -% im LeM. eM- oW rcrv e a 7 l
all 'Elks lodges on the Isthmus WASHINGTON Dec. 15 tUP. onal convention a also announi V- v r.r I ie ln t s- '
urging a pointt effort to Invite Agricutre ed he will seek a fourth twod. ..n r lM f New York I .
Rynos. dA future meeting ob.en t.da yt o. unced .ea Tl r mlges fam rop.uthe nai ar fo n Cs thl .
'al presiding officers will be,$ 91ear quotas ttaliungeih ttomu-aypnr r I a. t a e emrof the lte- -_
mitoeeppoint a reption on n down 100.000 tons front He ild the 5,000 convention nlo ta In ulm A f ti II Cr .S ,,-
cormittee, the final 1953 quotas. duelatese'N'aoradni Affir a
q----- l~ mwere eJxpected to ful- mitte McVey Is a member of
rP's Zez Bennett Benson sald the total was .t g te king and Currency Com- a I
Makin m which evidently rb ll be needed., torts-; that would flucu-., The Aneon. w wll sail froap Newb C41 1 1 1. M-
kingHe said It necessary to with- Actual in.. sat el. York with a total of 68 pas- '.
ia Band Bus,,inssC hold thisq lantity from theeral eoiflt lth ofsaid .the sengerg.for Ckistobml and 39 for*
-I Bond 6hothi c quantyfro theo oalheni en etohe Port-au-Prince, Haiti. *;
l U S-oequota, fno i m view of possil e tion-whether there will be colt rt-ah -Pr l ete, a d. an e p
it'cock-ptt Ii by processor d, tinned "Inla-il ordiu Te complete d an pl-s *
rnde rnig Be bianis:- ine Deiebiber 'and toratslur b l~oreboort ttheo dlen tger listdfor Crisoa follows:
!an-dleader R;ep.an pntWa,,,," '.lgtbe ie ].. ........ 'nep d] wyne N. Ar-i M-j
a comeback in the bandlbus -l reoul rat or 'he Stgar Act. The support quetio sad Iiuall i adnrs Howar"ieWI'
Switn'iers ho wil play 3tr 'or I9nte na .r .etr u merely the "most controversla.l nd Mr. WalterOa d W;I .
S w irwere n w h 0 i19.n r 3 o i n iila r 5 0 11 (0 0 ti 1 fKil n e s a id h e th o u g t e a n d p. a m e s N U r M n (I I
t Seve Seas White Hat Cl, allowance w.i- n.:,de aand the in. -House A driculture hCommtt2 ond a rm, C sey trn Mrs

pclubes on t mePaifan nM- Do-'ea st beeI Tahds 1e rice s ye gr ed atipet.cent oOe edi'l crb andtel alld g, a tl .-

1 n Saturdanht 1oo.00 Virein llan. 1200R- I thnk t commit e tee had a .Ihter" ci. is N
GARRARD Philippine. 974,000. Cba. 247. ather ron vipnt when it n I r I se
vCORD-CHANlERS El Saladoi^ reflect such viewpoints in yoar rn M. i
bInd hC been p anMexIco 1b. N .. concluan reported that mnsten." Kle comment e M .

1 9 speeds, automatic Peer 4I fo r enMentr.A...1 Klineaored s rigihe spected te s. la. ..r a.a
and 60 cycles -- Pa5 only *K7, 011 u nto a convention to fldorse flexiW2 dgt P.1swas I
.50 complete with .im 'fetc E rsipporta despite the fact that WMrsra n
cartridge Pat cf .eyear--:nine aThe lalltld state farm b.1- ,54t. ,d eh.iF

Scial zes wenty-eve I state. gave uin- F s SuS
S aeerythm tonsMainland ran d ou m ote tenl--
rem ove blackhads rieve p.ple.and i "ndorteent of flexible supo a I m
ae al 1052000 Pertall loRlrov n ,m"d eigh a Wasted t ogr -a I lIbtg,
Philnlnea 97400 T.2 A heir t strong v lew nt when it -., ", rg up"1j1
GARRARD 720: Domininnrpl,.,, rblmiD .1- Jtrredu ou and Its hard ot.o.to on, Ha.l.. tyN_ A.

ocept .CD. telephone l -' ..
9 sp a rs e ds ,auAomatic Mexico 1',Ab.1 7 conclusionds." Un eommente'l,", -f.
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bleria edt tonight at 7:30 p.m. at *ad *uit, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin .
$in3 ad a al0 Jcbnto of Curundu Hgta,
..' -M .". 9 m athe~~i se Broo Sddle Club on Satur-
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preident-Gt morrow tto s

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w .ueml an l soir tion Branche it O weekend the
onl ht at 7:30 p.m. at o nds Mr. and M Calv .
piera Coco Solo. J ...u. of Curundu HS,

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Oaeg, Ga n r ot1h rday. t w Oa f *fliW.Cr wef
"rotuiofl rel will be amet e it i d entertainedi.the A
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5. 4. El Corte ll ,s-
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5. I. L. Modure, Jr.
100 Central Ave.
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The Commercial Accounts, Inc. Charge Account
Plan makes this possible. It enables you to enjoy the
economy and convenience of charging a wide variety
of goods places at'your command all the advantages
of modern credit service. Your Commercial Accounts,
Inc. Credit Card is a valuable shopping aid.

of these cards you are entitled to charge your purchases with all Pan.
I members of the Commercial Accounts, Inc. Charge Account Plan.
ou to pay no charge of any kind. The Sales slips you sign when
mount purchases are sent to us we send you only .one bill monthly
I you have 60 days in which to make payment half in 30 days and
F 60 days. That's all there is to it!



8. La Aurora
64 Central Ave.
9. La Aurora
70 Central Ave.
10. La Aurora
136 Central Ave.
11. El Arts
37 Central Ave.
12. Baby Landia
40 44th Street


15. Paramount Vestidos
102 Central Ave.
16. El Bazar Americana
25 Central Ave.
17. El Bazar Americano
71 Central Ave.
18. El Bazar Americano
Wotel El Panimi

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household Exchange (HX)
SAutomobile ROw.

13. Baby Landia
81 A Ave. ;
14. Almacen Toab
92 Central Ave. ,
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On McCarth-yism's Bullying

I lBOSTON, Mass., Dec. 15 (UP) "Intellagctual
weaklings" become enamored of power and "exercise it
sadistically to silence criticism," Methodist Bishop G.
Bromley Oxnam charged last night in an attack against
the policies of Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis.).
He said that those who would have the United States
put aside the good neighbor policy in favor of making
Satellites out of Allies, are not qualified to hold respon-
sible positions.
: "The American never has been a bully and refuses
'to be led in that direction by bullies," the Bishop said at
a gathering of 1500 persons at the First Church in Boston.
McCarthy has demanded that the United States
,withdraw aid from Allies who trade with Red China.
S'The President and Secretary, McCarthy called several emplo4*-
:of State deserve the full suppo. L es of Griffis Air Force Base,
,of all Americans true to our be'tRome. N Y. for questioning a-
traditions when they repudiLae'bout alleged Soviet espionage a
'once and for all big bully. un- the base radar installation and
'American policies," the bishJp at Massachusetts Institute of
Said. Technology.
"Demagoguery is contagious, "
he added. "Intellectual weal-'- McCarthy said at least 12
slings succumb quickly. They -- Gziffis employees had been su's-
'come enamored of power and ended on grounds of security
exercise it sadistically to silent e and loyalty since he opened his ,
criticism." investigation a month ago, arid
Meanwhile Sen. Joseph R there were 'very possibly" more
McCarthy told a reluctant wit. suspensions.
ness yesterday to "apply for a
job over at Harvard-that's a Asked if the investigation ait
sanctuary for Communists." Griffis involved espionage. Mc-
j Then the Wisconsin Repub'- Ca thv replied:
can told Sylvia Berke, a pubi" "It involves communism and PAPOOSE CABOOSE- atopeMnhagen, this Danish mo etU e ds
school clerk, that he assumed all Communist activities relat- her modern version ofthe American Indians OPsp Uiying
the New York City Board f ed to espionage." board right handy, It's a mt. with straps to go over should
E:,ucation would fire her McCarthy said the radar work ders. The device eliminates the need of a cumbersome peram-
i. iss Berke, an attract o, at Griffis originally had been bulator while shopping.
blonde. had refused to tell M,- done at Fort Monmouth. N.J.,
Carthys Senate Permanent I i- and the Watson Laboratories in
vestigating subcommittee whct'i- New Jersey. The work now is I Cal I t n a y
.Ler se had been a CommunT snared bv Oriffis and the "Lin-
whcn she applied for emplo. coin Project" at MIT. Ike Calls O n M ayors
m;nt with the city school syx-
to i last spring. Earlier, McCarthy said he has
\t tie time. she denied sr.e evidencee that a former employee
e -r had conspired to overthr.,* at the Fort Monmouth radar
fl-!' government by violence otI center held Communist Pan.mty
h-i been a member of a con- meetings in his home as recent l
sc ratorial organization. as six months ago. He said thp s .
eiss Burke testified she ws meetings at the home of Albert Meanwhle Adm. Arbr W,
,o a Communist now,. but So.ol. of Long Branch, N.J.. WASHINGTON. Dec. 15 (UP) Meanwhile Adm. 4 ur W.
!fused to say whether shenadi were attended by suspended President Eisenhower urged Raciforid wd the '"nIw I de-
been before a previous appeir- eT ployes,at Fort Monmouth. the nation's mayors yesterday to LeusePL pia u now tuner =y by
dance at a closed session of t! Socol said he worked at t.e ba a "reasonable" civil de- rriden ,senhoer wi give
a sccommitte Seet. 14 McCir- rvans radar laboratory at Fort tense program because their the nation mvmici Ileir power
te, said it was obvious she hid M'nmoutl. from 1942 to 1947. Dut cities will be "principal targets" and atoni. weapons anc still
Tff.clowed a party order to "'drop declined on grounds of possible in any enemy attack. reauce the numoer8 of men un-
all outward evidences of mern- -elf incrimination to answer At the same time he said the arms.
b. ship" as of the date she was oestions tegarding alleged Red United States '"can't be ng arm- Otaer sources said the plmn is
sa R-enaed. activity. ed camp" in following George designed to W lash the Mwarry
IH. the board followed its arme Washington's admonition to buge to about 3 billion dol-
of firing employes who are Coo.- Anotner witness was Leonard maintain a respectablee posture larsa year by 1957. The budget
'mronists or who lie about Com- E Mins of New York. who re- of defense." aor the -isca year starting Tily
,iunist affiliations, I suggest you fused to say whether he is a "We are not going to transfer is expected to be about 3 bni-
"W aennost -fliations, I suggest y c s
apply f1r a job over at Harvaid p id employee of Russia's millta~ our-lves Into militarists, going some 8 pej cent less than
thatt~ san(ittry for Com- ittelligencp service. McCartnv around yelling "Hell' anything, th s year.
Inunists," Mo thy told Miss said he had evidence that Mins he said. "We are simply going Radford said the gpal will be
4 Burke. w as a Soviet spy as recently as do our job, but doit intelligent- retllzed by increasig..2"comnat
4 "The preside Et at Harvard n as two weeks ago. ly." air units and through better -
Opublicly announced that ne Morris Savitt of Long island The President spoke to about qulipent.' He also said he ex.
.. MoPris Spaae& Lon Mslar.dp e Q t
iWoul fire Communists." City, NY. refused to tellthe in- 175 mayors and city managers, pe the Air Natoa Qua o

usey wa not available for co- Cmmunist League with exe- fensemeasures. He added, however that
nernt. cured atom spy Julius Rosenbe~g The city heads hear secret vincible strength Ia not enough.
S Tn another development of tr.e while attending City College of briefings by Allen W. Dulles. A way m.ist be found to "sto
'uvbcommittea's i n v estigationn. New York. head of the Central Intelligence 'Klu Defore it starts, he a =
Agency, and Undersecretary of leos this become "a world. f
State Walter B. Smith on Rus- nuclear giants sad otb"lin.
,4Ao t e ... a's military position and the fant.. who know "more about
COU IN e W world diplomatic situation. iig than m we know about UV-
-,The Chief Executive said he
FA13RICS Knew of no previous time in U.S Rdd sai the aim o the
ael 3 Meetings a istory when a President felt it ne wp rim" Is to pro for
Cub Scout Pack 3 commit- ,necessary to summon the n .. 'Heme n dl= iy40
ed and ten leaders will tion's mayors to a defense con- as an u n ro'eanybo .l[
epttonight at the home of E. for reference. caseamMnee
ton 61XMndiStr near The reason, he said, is that r .e .dyb
.ton 1.. neard Sfr.,hnear ready sotimac hhort
lboa gasoline station. "for the first tme in history aLrt
.Plans for a paci meeting to 'i your ties have become principals of a-out nch th KO-
held Thurs y evening and targets for any enemy seeking wrengl .RM-
Sa later meeting in January will to conquer our nation".
be discussed,, c u o nford said a, |
e cu tc ai The city has moved from a scal'.
Thursday 's pack meeting will pCocktaiosition of support in the rear" l
be held at 6:30 m. in the A- he said. "It has moved out in a
mador Road Scout Shack. Cubs very distinct way into the front f W
anc. the parents must bring a aD D e dlin ct" f v 0amaltrsm
can of food to gain admission. a iae added that the value of da .
A large Christmas tree will be |surprise in warfare has increas- ~ ,ede nse,.
Sdeorated durin the meeting ied tremendousl ty" with the in- 1It W Mmk i d1
and the food brought by cub I= G crea--in-destructiveness fthe Afr3tum to-137
scouts and the parents will be AI.' i w |Wpon -and the ability of a i'- whi e w W .
delivered the Salvation Army potential enemy to "place those Army. a; Fa'
als. be presen.. With cities now enemy targ- ,t 'p wm --
ets, Eisenhower said, civil de- Ur" ,00000men to
A f ti pfense can no longer be handled
by professional military forces the nst
NOaNLnd "wenmustall act together", = J t
NOW ON SALE ESnplanningddefenses. pia a tn O Ade mad Na-
"What would be necessary,"Ra woaldM
CHRISTMAS TREEire departments. hospital and. be ma Min
health departments, police de- rather
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PP. Fo

Security Tralf- the0onl .
iBaUda'.. study, oild Preident Bienhower I a le for u6 3- h.p
leaa n -oa.- ,. y fperua1 military tra "that is not 7 :0ow-'

e g now h layS j ai with the draft. - 4 j of 7p e
'-l poo t t th f t oooo .t* 4 e Yorga r
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trainees-e .s 1 ,.. en. e h $an 1 5:35---Whaw. Your Jlav)orite,
63..ES It maid up to 2- millon .mSn al .0- tS
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.. wlan,,i tats to, h tn h or "World I .30-The Reeo .Sop
ENb doGalda t. .. .. aI._r -r 7:l5--Excurulone lac.lence -
. ,, ...a . ki who int. o ., me'-ntal 7:3. -Repo fr" -a U.
l Oiludr toff e da t mihll ien M e ~a-d. the mined farces (VOA
teeddewo nf sand who ua- llowered. Idnns 6:00--The latuf Parade
the__e_ only, iix for UMTab w 8:30- t Pth te dr u n Capersy
.no. fonofllowed by 7%I years g
t*ft tahet a et of l e M al~tWr reserve* '. Uet d a-oavalcade of Aaterica
W Th e P v p N ort cmt tissio md2. HoPt 17- il M
s eve ah to ap S ... 'd hh t
Would ce o w te hand the ew tn liht 0 1015-The Lat merica Se

sepn ,f,-,Iv- .undrs m h -t .... . do e f _o m ..n fa rst UllT "l' n- 0"l0-05-gneecOr d
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._w hie she in a me o a sal fr them to bete., r game ew use a last ye fo t i ... l ..
_y Is ev ,,tm leNewa. rk e t h duationn of any dUew i wil t ou P R...

a, . .' .. t ni o i t l Neark ae gir l. m _ht .recom d P about tpi,.'. -. ." mwrrow, Wedneuasi 16
m.e a.-t. ,-" Sat C--r and Gypsy Bs h ut .p, t ,y oall p ,m got will dealde whether om e L. o .M.
"was -lb l "~m --. -" wi.t hte.rl. and har dm- 6:or ftube 3nO- ThM. .h Alarm.
... ,waf Wb botao New Yor A e not good. C aPmn S mar (f 7:a00-LNews bn
a /ntm e ed(B. e C Tahe antd ci nI 7:05-TeheAlarm Clock Club1
,'-UKl t fil at l titdte of Technol Cosrp o0- aMrnl
Sb a ther .'s_ . W natto and .f h a k30u*-.- Reveille
S. t. wle ho ace. a tional commander of- the Amt- 915-Modrn Romances
edte 1, ,b10"ab:00--News

lop -montfaoaeed a t has eer e "i o.In 1" 0" --News- Cers
,s t e lll 11:05-Off the Record (contd.)I

o 1:o06--Lu..ncheon Music

th ,& m "a _.."d three club t .id' ;:15-Peraonalmty Parade

__l at let 100.000 trainees. D-laware County Orphans Court 2:00--Three Quarter Tfme
ltlthis level can be maintala- ll jnced today that a settle- 2: 15-It's Time to Dance
t decr en f the rmed forces ar tenover tne will of Samuel D. 2:45-Battle of the Irands
lie cwefl.o Ifc thearmed ..orand. i has been msde in a con-D :30-A, ternon Melodies

Sgett_ a y a.ntaned at 3,30,000 through pgle, noted horseman. 3:00- All Star Concert Hall
160"whlsaey. 1_0 wh s highly unlikely... 3:15--The Little show
MlM y. we estimate there will be about Riddle left the bulk of his 3:30-M ulc for Wednesday
---HH.... -, This was a nae idea Zie o..b million men available for three million dollar estate for 4:00-Music Without Words
n OO V ., l (-- ha to take his dia o national security training during the establishment of a hospital 4:15-Sep Parade
mi A Navy bert ram immediately, gteJi the rest of this decade. ear-here. None of the new 4:30-What's Your Favorite
Sas off the r et back to "In the event of a reduction were revealed. 6i0-tews
.J, Bay a3dfl to take thom. Ip the forced to 3,130.00 as n . 5:35-What's Your Fa vorr t
.------g- to- -- "-re t h ricke, but rc.d planned, one and a half million The will was contested by (contd.)
' S --"a S'uwS;1 pol~t'etf .,,.ax. ,,*aa to three' ads. -.-, or more .oung men will be a- Walter M. Jeffords, a sportsman :00--'To be announced I
x -y t.e H ad -be-.n vallable far training." ,nd Riddle's siter, Mrs. Homer :15-BLUm RIBBON SPORTS
i so y e r sd *enth ta of The eommlsnmo said t s to3 Lee who tiled separate petitions eREVIE P
S- -It was -o that here s a .ws fig re w uld be b ed last January. 6:30-Chris-an Sence Monitr
kept three padres round million i alowanee 7:00-Lowell Thomas
1syIM launch w hutap to the masdo few men who we oulbe Both claimants based their 7:15-The Jo Stafford Show
le d to d was the hade tW the nmapower olsuits on charges that Riddle (VOA)
Would tue Ic are th hidawnLatdn by reasntheaof1 was mentally and phycally In- 7:30-Rert from the U.8
Sa a crm~ (. ThV Am s had t roe t aa ader the ompetent when h ned the (VO) "
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will enjoy the thrill
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dinner paty... favors, decorations.
music, wonderful crowd I
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If He'd Like Old Job Back By HERBERT O Smith In Mor id Duel Tanight *.'
NEW YORK. Dec. 15 (UP) Football coach Brownies on his record-m ee ... : .o.r.N V t l .
victory over the highly rnVA, .O WPii
Web Fesler has resigned at the University of Min- Yankeesand for his gesture eveand Browns Dominate ouS .. ". .. 1 3 ,
nesota. The man he replaced three years ago-- ffe-President JoPaA A. 1ebmm .. ........ W t,
Bernie lIierman- won't say i he'd like his old job the ball used in the game. 8his DO NG GAME o.)
back win also stopped Al Kubski's win Eastern Division Pro Grid ." I (
back.streak as a manager at 13 con- (IN (1-0) vs. '
secutive games. Lo Dmr Tu(5u t t-heliohJai17&Tilt I
Tesler oult to become a oart- monm professional tickles. Sulel- GOLD DUST also extends aI Br< _V J n 1 (
ner, vice-president and sorts di- tis i.as been with the Giants 11 rousing compliment to Oil Mor- w T FO 17 T lt an-r
rector of q Minneanolis radio ye rs l and. Yankee GM. who was one .tTamor n.17willTitrhalr secondv ., .
station (WDGY). Fesler says he It's generally felt Owen was of the first to congratulate the n -thseason
r*erets leaving the Minnesota kicked upstairs to a scoutin job C.lon left-hander after his thrill- L GE .tDe1heasrtak. .beaso at s
job but exol'ins it this v and Sultis doesn't like it. Iing victory LOS ANGELES, Dec. 15 (UP- quarterback Thomason, s at "..
"'As each year brouTrht me a was shocked to learn they were The Cleveland Browns will dom- center ubkl rte and Ken stadium with ** .
little closer to the end of a letting Steve go." he says. "II Strangely, the arguments inate the Eastern Division team Farra utArd Kilroy, ot osing That *
coaching career, I have become know T'm all through as a Giant. heard after the Tess-Martinez against the West In the annual tackle er d Pete t
more and more concerned about and Weinmeister tells me he's thriller were not relative to the pro football bowl game. Pilhos. S will tt B f
my future." had it. too Some of the older boxers who participated in the Coach Paul Brown of Cleve- Pittlburgh 8te r rW aenta- aoKito a busy. ..
members of the club have beenory title bout but to referee A land will have seven of his own tve are end el, tackk. There ill be
Fesler had enioved only av- saying they're through here own's stopping of the fht boys playing for im in the Jan. les le taarvin of the r
erage success at Minnesota, too. says. Sula!tis. "but they'll with only one official second aft 17 game at the Los Angeles Col- Matuak. ughest ofmthe week. tohada
bt there was no pre,-ere on have to say .so themselves." m tlhe fifteenth and final Deum. and D lalt back .rl Smith hopes rW. .. a,
him. Minnesota fans liked his Most other players weren't round. Many fans opined that The 30-man team---selected by Lynn Chandnols. wl!s streak tonight5Mrg Ab,
wide-open style of slay. talking But they did agree it with so little time left, Brown Los Angeles soorta writers and n or t 19 o .1t
Fesler quit as Ohio State coach wont feel like the old Giants should not have stopped the Eastern Division coaches--also The New buant0 named sIfuofe f 195- w
after the 1950 season, entered with Oen one bout. This thought we firmly has six men from the'Philadel- are tackle ,,Weinmelster c l which he held 'a .
month e real estate b Msines for a maintain is replete with senti- phla Eagles, six from Pittsburgh, and backs Iaote, amien 0 Qonsecutive In 115 hndia
onth, rthen toot the Minnesota w, -L ments and speculation. Where tour men from both New York Tuannel and 0Mford. IThe fln l run and
Bierman won't comment wheth the individual safety was con- and the Chicago Cardinals, and Cardi a' select- -t d without e Po fle
er he'd like to return to Minne cerned we are pleased that il three from Washington. ed-Jo z y I n Paul, u on tie ronalther hand -
sota. Recently, Blerman said he Can oBrown did stop the lop-sided a- The Cleveland pOet are Charley on the other h
rigr Onen Jan. 10 quarterback Ottor ibacksathivicto "vs
m eight be interested in returning taer. 'arder ac Ott rdna.l, Jao d 'd td- .e ~h
tetrigh toffer,0Brown stepped between the Chick Jagade and Warren Lahr, The WuMht c' wil ovett defending da itone kait oha
to football if the right offe two boys not with one econ ruard Abe OGibrns, tackle Lou go with -and i, & kl. tackle Ip their first vf.l ti
oneroza and endseDanteLavellidPaulmAIsawsonkthe YankaDu
cBierm alongsays Fesler's resen- Wlh Four ams but with about six or seven Grozaandend t avelli Paul scomb.a haback Don tmfln the a-
Bierman says F r sii more second e I.n and Len Ford. The Eagles are Doll. Bed0 tom thrs 9-3..Now.- agod
tion "came as very much O h With a four-team season corn- could be mor, e conds lef to l-er Lrtas o evident that p -
surprise. I'm sorry to see him ing up. the Pacific Twilight separatebot fighters allowed F loser arlio, ethe .ta .S R"- "M ."i
leaving," says Bierman. "I fe'li League will open on Jan. 10. The sep lseth A arll B ox r 1 iho and m aand reeverA .'n ttam 'bwl ,Si S H .' _
he's done a very fine job at Mm- names of the teams so far are nust one secon tthavbeinitoe' M l 'l KP i / were not anywhere near rtbr'. S"_ S ., f r,-
nesota." Lucky Strike, formerly Gibraltar onefscondi tha' being tb, ".ll es Bo xer s aLe 7A bt forn. Smith In reportedly M m h n i by 10 l ..l
In pro football, the Lions staRt Life. Womack American Distill-I ,nfother wordsi..Albdeforet he ___bell.,___-
selling tickets tom orrow for the ers, fornerlyl the Breweri andlI t hed 'e"sfomd".'l$th ow n"o .
National Footbl still under asey ar Balboa r t Ten Titles Ina boxing i...- Ken ...f
troit. The Lions defending-: Stewart Brown and a new team, could very well have proven fa-
champions will m e e t te which at this time is called aim- tal, Touehn
Cleveland Browns in the title ply Independent and is reTre-wate refereeitoetwmelef.BolI0.
Tsheaescod sr nr te ltw ourwnam ent In Pt. Rico A R k .ie-' '
game for the second straight' rented by Jerry Halsall. The-lat- hesthetieker eeno rift. ...
yer trteamis the one still looking rn d
The Browns clinched the for a sponsor.Lucky Strike iBrwnhadawatchkor hadwsome o at
ye r ivis.lnl tlrteam tiwoth one si 1 efn knowin w S ?- o .. . .- A 11 1','- ''
Eastern Division title tw now being managed by Don Bow-Way o owng ow h time As spasmodic downura con- Antilles, who palipletely out- Iw.
weeks ago. The Lions wonWthe en All the teams have retained was left in the round, he still tinued to harrass both fighters boxed his opponent.
ree a e ions w o n theaen h t e a e r intedr0 n e wouln be, ab l tono justify al- andfa ns, te n boxn n h O D 5 "'
Western Division champion- most of the boysthey had last lnoe sth m t, and ba tleonJ f al -, a-n t .
ship Sunday by beating thelonmrm nt

woulld m ap r d teent is t t et she n carter t r e hAm ,i Y provi Ste Dt .*>ed sh* h
ie Yorky i va icn te year. although a few new ones meteda outeto Martinezh tha geam deci g owned tbh. wra o to n gA o ovrhead right by Mar-

league this season wbm itted.h all he Al Bowns a action was in the on a Saturday'. _inellssof BeoiO Monde ame _14 sent ti-
Queon: I notice the C leve- ayg day team s gon t it to a will i t o the l 19be3 neArmed Pro e aob...t. ..n-mlio sly Area, 0%= 0 bo.te.- _? ...... T
of Giant coach Steve wen, whobe Sundays, when there will be Tothed or 3,00ans a sBoxingat Tournament di pprot Bu- to the de. k in the round. I **
almost every l ay when they the door but It Is hooed the ben- m. of the jud1e95 decision. .alt ye r i am hbbea. n- . 2 .. .
ned lastweek after i a doubleheader as usual, lMon- r the was c hninan, Puerto r O, Th s ca- r e 1 t.hrg.
n "bheGiant us crwdnhtsanclearthatMartinezw eR sev- nal but uar" then fol- irtaSto Hay ue n of th e-
on the ob T it is day nghts a nd Wednesday 'Todefenseless and absorbing a tre- The Antilles boe a d '
tains-Arnie Weinmeister and nights. Single games on thesesoendous flagging, the effects of an of their 10-mar tD on the lowedU t1w-tMe la.cln .oof r ger has bee arn a
Joe ulaitis-say they also are nigs will star ,- a' 'co o.ssa hi bdin f arechlo team. the ftf-,A, Area hamp for -a A --erioan 1~ mt .gu' o f "-

commis n pf l am s annual convent 7 o'clock. Caribbea champion"l .. ..
retiring. Weinnelster has been The Twilight League has been b icha ednd b ro o th snn-anin Next Sunde r O Almos t cth Ye

sectional game, The president o[ the National Byers says the agenda Includes y ed Antonio M % CA FILL YOUR NEEDS
acclaimed n uall t a constant draw in the past, buta proposal to set up a permanent with E dtaban ,thpera ., 2
recently most people have lost ged mrumbling inarticulately to- atingaowine thei erth s v. ... b fbtr.
at is a butto wardsTestndesm cornde rin belief that ulfnaab h lh hil '
League is just about the same atPnd GDDUnT' oelievesAsBrown hsoanamA secured-their petmones hihh._o." "im

noa created it while playn for have to ake someti playing the DDteU ST.besin nsAltoppng on &a TO. a spi t decision, and ama ... 3tB P

Notre Dame Breaking from e- latst rh of foin took place he fture course of collegiate dAn ult. fel 5S
Dame, so there madeally very lit fro othe T-V committee's re-whenRat '
nereason why people should not 10 mnue of oerime n the port. In the past. N-C-A-Amem- it champion n- W
R stake mnore of an interest In the onl beave soe Mortne w sll eh wet ehttleboh, hi..,

idea for a new~nt~ ^ pass.foda y l sib for a tam to ommit eushT-Vfighthichsbrou ghttoo
mes, i there is an yre ao at dire danger of suffering fatal re- shi fight whiy rog t-. ou...

mmake a hal pivot, then take aseion of the reall. P odoloff says to It It set up would be to tt -lk 1 -
lthe aerial. This is allied a but- bp nrom the beating but a ur only ve coht odfer nll Oledicso y t

oh r e o ted atd e r o .ams mthi ofoth re n Ih% 1 t d -W,
'er-producint b' on ss was is n te ece to n wo judges had Teals in and Julir Jmlr.. t d" .th I L w. .' a s r
l eatedthe j bout een re th e ones about woulead be her e i s another reason Area proved t .
Written for'Ia Service 8prom raises to be a h a r d fou leghtl ,the o us les e s ofth co... mod t act.dh A Ted hAr me1 e y a
league this season with all Iti nation of the fightdriguez -ged him opponent w n M
Al Brown's action was In the goa split decision Intfulttow,
Question: I notice the Cleve- teams going to It tooth and nail. best Interest of boxing In Pana-eclosely fought bout of the nigbt, r a, and A.,.."
land Browns change a guard onlNo admission will be charged at a as the crowd shoted dsprospectively. 719 ThisIes Ta a I __d 7 wm .
aAmost evrcywenteytudorbutIsh h fo o
almost every nlay when theythe door but It Is honied the -en Mal&I a of the Judges' decision, straightn year as the a.,bbt.nrl.
ha-ve the bl-l. hy is that?_ 'erosity of the crowd will defray. wo ..-nteh knooutofrhevywiht .-ing.
Answer: aa expenesthebaseballloving Ai i i the evening occurred In their thc o. r ..
Brown uses his!crowd, that is NM Ists Major ovenin boutw Ram Pa-, -Wi l.=1166. ..n...
-guards as ai The public will be notified of SiXL .rills, Panama Area, stopped F6- up in the 1953 Caribbeban W Aing 5lofi ."
shuttle system'the schedule In a later issue of lix Mercdo. aTournament.receivedtrohes.,t,
for getting Plays, the local newspaper. Iss IF ,rro 16thetby'. ThDave ".'.
iOtto Graham.I otvC'lra kRrtheedo24082n0..4
How are.Move On To Stop Annual Convention tgs "a ',-. .=- I
A. IfIt Is &Eaxcessive rouiin The National Collegiate Athletic L.,=,i es-Mar e .
s ec tio n a l .g a m e A sso c ia tio n h a s lis te d se v e ra latj isa ec q l! m a._ _"_ _ _ I I R I UI'|l U I D hO U T I. 7-.11 1
commas sIoer n e r rI P roC ,eGames Its annual convention starting -k-ta"
assigns the set. Jan. N6in Cincdnnati." thirdth ......fAl'Most "
If it is an Inter- NEW' YORK, Dec 15 (UP) 6i Executive director Walteri.tefts NextSndayOo
sectional game, IThe.p'ecdent of the NationalEByers says the agenda Includestod Anton TeaCAN FILL YOUR NEEDS Ti"l,
,ed ,range u~iually two of- Basketball Association admits a proposal to set up a permanent with -itebn l deo, .

Q. W. atis a button-hook' game, ball and basketball seasons and but Quintanks' left jab el d
pms? Maiurice Podoloff avs "If this schedules. and a report by the hi= .I&. iLo A .the l VN a't'site "A.the .em -l
A. Gus Dorais and Knute Rock-l situation ets any' hotter. we'llWassociation's television commit-j g fl Vc.5toi.7i. .
no created it while playing forhave to take some action"' The tee .0 ---e .
Notre*Dame. Breaking from de-latpst ra.h of foullnt took place The fbiture course of collegiate" Another "ulii, ,--'
fenders, Rockne slipped and fell. la t Thorsda w hen onlh three football dn television will stem zrecods*', .,athe-
Dorais threw short, Justas Rock- field goals"Are made in the last from the T-V committee's re- when Rleedof, 1 e-6 do
ne, left unguarded, jumped up, 10 minutes of o, ertime In thelport. In the past. N-C-A-Amem- lightwl bht..t.*.. .. 4 f. .
caught the ball and ran for asNew York-Boston uame. bears have voted four times tobpanamA6 A,.,.
see a receiver run close-to the and give uD one point in over- Byers says a major dutyOfa tin frne"
gdef ain. iI.gmn, Rock the- indcrretrue. 'posv er- Byhesoert oan cOntmolledt Dotr-tloe U Alat "'A '
make a half pivot, then take alsimon of the Uall. Podoloff says te if it Is set up would be to 'h li- ,,glat __jte9w ,-ht s..:It" wi
thseo- aerikal. thi-s ioe1eda 'u- by t) 'i,-Ir .it __a-o-a--.onlyfive contenders-in all Olymp-Icsports.


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an, theMno ds squawpl- ds oeee it Gn

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tthl e out. T' hese are the pwnrtifscta t pertll pran obably
oa eiMagg since the dorA, lwaleW quintet will f nd
fg in tadw aBo placed the entire Ben sn l B in ham at
tu la J .r. . , reDavdron at
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f nd. I have the word of Ford n ala.
S that on this accsion both Allientsyetit be
eaanndRa lph lae of the Cubs p .ianinpor Colsge tehe
la .otd i a ireement. "ot once, but ce, a team of all n w:;.,rn f w prob y

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an** #lMhet iro l ^t^eh, 1r ie .rench the ga, me' high- o, R qrtr no e e wl me scoredah. First staths winers
am'eai -rbd.d asue two ha me uh states Bullr anm ) s that plan to Along Th
I g atm.T!e in the doubleheadS at th ao r emen boe "erom
Bs~b .~ ttlgh Mat in and- Jack. -
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laFld lt o"nlt panith mttEarlttotray we w -ita e f- le he o b Navorbee"
d ieb a ros s the NationBe D St l- a e. Anyone hh.o 0hes t :act C l'
eyb Ruth Lincoln, nt.y Ba oan ac A i. at@e.The next ,l ular k n snee aa at
hwe theun arit teamsthSm wa' eld at Smmith s e as scoretkeers fo r thew

*JliBI h^^0eH-.4 Cha r i e ett 75,i .oo f U t tp the out th Ae wenty-sevenladies phaedin
haimsayine w s a 1 nd Sat Dcmbe 12 l t aaie t" oBurad Jn Put- an Tournament l"
eo he td Sl a etrd h n 1, P5 1l b Thursday.. tt flight her
lCtr e e ter woe layn T h a a b o eh e eea dmayo ber sf ieldeen Ee 30Cir uni
wea t erS ga a sork e r- fthe4 o rakes Scord i he

ela an 2n lath wh ou u R pr a wp mey 2t pbats eaond
tkIn theI uI p a)lp bt t Linoln, a nr 83. Barbara to e namedt l la tournaeesrm

o ng lWof a 0t _itat three-quata, handoiteap. h mador and Pt nma Golf Clubs,
hrhhedth 1m -oh t W moth le an Ther a os Ja- askedtoH.bring alhcte coepm itte B oM -

Iwo! f th emi i u rt ty oe Rd s m t was hed a. l Ab.
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booed 1ld.bbk.th eta ed r BInww ne as o o $e 11d Th krs fedT C aleri Ju o
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4 aeaso or J, ofboutTben s even. OvnldeOb had
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SWIMMING PARTY -,- So who's worried about not having <'
White Christmas? Not the youngsters pictured above. They'
settle for a nice refreshing dip In a pool any day of the year, in-
cluding Ye Olde Yuletide. You see here the High Schcbl Studentk
of the Discussion Club of St. Mary's Mission, Balboa, at a sw
ming party held Saturday and sponsored by the "Booster Clts
of St, Mary's Mission.


SERVICIO ABERNATRY is a new store recently opened that sp4*
clalizes in the sale and repair of fishing equipment. It has aO
the necessary modern equipment for good fishing. It is the onuto
one ,of its kind in Panama and will offer an excellent service et.
community. In this photograph manager Charles S. Abernathy-
assistant manager Padilla and special motor mechanic Causadlau
stand at the entrance of the store.
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SAIGON, Dec. 15 (UP) Viet- "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" -' Abraham Unc 6ln.
nam Premier Nguyen Van Tam
today said he could find "not TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1915 FIVE CENTS
one new element" in the Corn-
Iaunist-led rebels' repeated of-
f r of peace negotiations to end
The seven-year-old Indochinese
1 *ar. "ti
Nguyen summoned newsmen to
his office early today to com-
ment on yesterday's radioed de- r A
I claration by rebel chieftain Ho
Chi Minh repeating recently an-
rounced rebel readiness to nego-
said, "frommy previous stated rn in n
position which is that we are al- I
ways ready .to examine armi- PARIS, Dec. 15 (UP) -France "will not commit suicide." His and said: "That does it." He ob- not a satellite, it sta on decide.
twice and peace conditions but reacted with hurt anger today to idea of "soon" 'is next spring at viously implied the French Assem- ing (for itself) in full light... free-
fighting against the rebels U.S. Secretary of State John Fos- the latest. bly now would veto the E D C ly."
Should not be stopped while we ter Dulles' blunt warning t h at Otherwise, Dulles said, if the plan, although other observers felt The leftist ,"FatMreur," which
wait for eventual truce talks." French failure to ratify the Euro- European nations "decide to com- the tide of resentment would have has beep s 1o 4 the EDC plan
Nguyen said firmly that there pean'Army would force an "agon- mit suicide they may have to com- run out by th1 time a vote is taken in broad o Id. ulles was
was 'no point to stopping the izing reappraisal" of American mit it alone." sometime next February, needlesslyy b r ..,
lighting if we a r e to become policy. If the EDC is not established, The conservative newspaper "Fi- Pointing out tP'" the United
dupes of the rebels. Diplomats described Dulles' ap- Dilles said, one element to be con- garo," one of the strongest sup- States is commlttE 'the creation
"An armistice would 'be the proach as "shock tactics," while sidered would be the disposition of porters of the pro-American policy of the six-natleU.s, rpean army
consequence of peace talks" he newspapers spoke of it as "brutal- U.S. forces abroad. Some inter- of the present government of Pre- under the Euron IDe.nse Com-
said "instead of serving as a ity" and a "clumsy warning." preted this as an implied threat to mier Joseph Laniel, cementeded: munity, Dufll gf a solemnly:
point of departure for any truce The issue even overshadowed the withdraw American troops from "While denying wasig to ap-
negotiations." disclosure that North Atlantic Europe. But Dulles promised that ply pressures on France, Dalles "ft lthi ..appen, it
're.ty Organization military plan- as long as the Atlantic Alliance could not avoid, deNig Ills press would t the United IN
ThIe Vietnman Premier, who i, ers have asked an increase of existed, there would .be U.S. troops conference, giving Fraet a kind State a -e-apraal
In the midst of a deepening poll- seven and one-third "ready" divi- overseas. of warning which an red to of its t o wMue ty." -,
tical crisis in which he threatens sions and 1,700 frontline planes by When Herve Alphand, France's many (to be) sme L-. brutal He .left nor-om ir oubt on
to resign unless he can wage to- the end of 1954. Ambassador to NATO, heard of and, let us say, rather lLmsy." what he was taking about by add-
tal war on the Red rebels, re- The NATO Council of Ministers Dulles' statements to his press The rightwing newspaper "Au- .- ng:
iterated yesterday's French ob- was to take up this "reasonable" conference, he threw up his hands rore" said: "Because rance is "The Rieharde amendment to
sections to Ho Chi Minh's peace request when it turned from poll- the U. S. military aid bill provides
parleying through rebel radio tical to military topics at today's for withholding 50 per cent of the
Broadcasts. session. aid to the .sit EDC nations."
"I see no point," said.Nguyen, Dulles presented the American a
"in studying moves that have view first at the opening session t If the EDC Is to be created,
flot been transmitted through of the 12th annual ministerial NA i o T1wt Dulles saod, h it enod have to be
official and normal diplomatic meeting of the North Atlantic soon. I have no doubt congression-
channels." 'Council yesterday. He expanded al committee will seek informa-
his remarks at a later press con- dr of Western s You are aware
f Caa C V ference. of Western Mnvpi You are aware
S analnul es said it was the U.S. hope O f A lied Strength ani l that Congress has always attached
8n ln i 0.T that European civilization importance to European unity."
survive and prosper. Essential to -- --
that survival is the formation of a PARIS, Dec. 15 (UP)-Supree Adm. Lynde D. McCormickworking agnst each their on the
se or European Defense Comm u nit y, Allied Commander Gen. Alfred NATO Atlantic naval Qfront corn- European unity hasu.
From Haitian ot with a six-nation Army at its core M Gruenther said today the manner, reported that the Al- The U.S.Isn mak.
fom H nIG o w and German-French military coo- build-up of his North Atlantic lied naval forces are g'VVn-60on. lIF lt la sib rance and
operation as a cornerstone. Treaty Organization forces has siderable attention" to e m- Germany to each other
The Ordre National Honneur But the EDC, which provides been "fantastic" and they soon plications of new weapons for agaln, Iie aM
t Merte in the grade of Officer for German rearmament, has will be given added power in te sea fighting. they do, it their own re-
t Merit in the grade Of Officer been delayed for months b in the sea fighting.
of the Haitian government has French indecision. Tmon Fren form of atomic weapons. The Ministerial counsel eon- sponsibilty."
been conferred on W. R. Pfizer, There is no word but "fantas- sidered at its meet n the "an-
of New York, vice president of government a n d people are tic" to describe the increase in nual review" of western capa- He said the United States was
the Panama Canal Co., who is rply divided Staons Dullthe said Allied power against Communist bilitles and requirements. not interested in building up any
retiring at the end of this month The United States, Dulles said, aggression since the dark days This review calls for "reason- certain number of German divi-
fter 43 years ot service, 0now wants EDC to come about of 1951 when .Gep. Dwight D. able" increase in 1954 of seven sions, but primarily to the cement-
t The decoration was bestowed soon so that the western nat Eisenhower arrived in Europe to and one-third divisions and 1,700 in ; of Westem Europe.
on Pfizer "in consideration of organize Allied Supreme Head- planes. At the end of 1953 the
distinguished services" rendered i quarters, Oruenther told the Allied strength will be 37 23 'Asked whether some watered
to the Republic of Haiti. N orth Atlantic Council of Min- "standing" divisions, 45 divisions down version of the EDC would
sisters. capable of being ready for ac. be acceptable to the United States,
The Haitian decoration was tion within 30 days and 4,000 he said that would mean reneb-
presented to Pfizer last Satur- elementary School But the prospect of atomicplanes. 4,000 the wholetreatyan it
day during a visit to Port-au- weapons does not mean "an au- would impossible "to t ave any
Prince. Daniel Heurtelon, Minis- Tton-tic reduction of forces' will ion osoon. e e an
ter of State, representing Presi- Dedicaion Tm orrow be possible, Gruenther warned. a
dent Paul lMagloire. presented ie said Allied leaders must keep Vo doubt of any "iinept
the decoratio at a ceremony in Canal officials and community pressure to cut troop likelihood" of attack Russia,
the Ministry of State.pr essure"EtpstrenthD
l During the ceremony, which leaders will attend the formal Gruenther, who s e r v e as ueS maid the m laaJbcasA n is a
fas attended by the Haitian dedication of the new So u t h Chief of Staff to Gen. Eisenhow- ways thee because 4vu d is a ..
eabinet, Minister Heurtelon laud- Margarita Elementary School to- er at supreme headquarters, ad- otafdeso m- without d mo-
cd the great contributions to the morrow afternoon. The program dressed the NATO Council after ti
Republic of Haiti over a period for the inauguration ceremony riilnisters had referred, at their
of many years by the Panamai was released Monday. morningmeeting, to "significant 6er .a .11 ohm a el the
ne an byPfizer ersonally. MissFrances Moomaw prin- progress and noteworthy ad-i a n
The Panamt Li n e operated cipal Of the-new school, is in vances." .. W advance* ta W amic
into H a I t I continuously from charge of the dedication exer- "The progress has been fan- Ld
919 until 1941, when its service cises. plastic when we consider the dif-
gi suspended becauil serve of the The invocation will be given by ficulties which had to be over-
The service resumed in Feb- the Rev. Henry L. Bell of the comeA" Gruenther said. he and his bae Siedi. a r ie e
Rry of this year. Margarita, Union Church. Miss He emphasized that much. barked irstorofatfJ of icweap sng
StMoomaw will welcome the au- more remains to be done. Re-a If the tremendous Industrial
lence, and students from the -serve divisions must be built Codmi ting th or thUe im Nane W nt
Seacei fourth, fifth, and sixth grades nto fighting outfits e said, of during th defense of the land
caSuperintendent of School s till an overriding requirement. North American continent, Dulles blumt
S Powdered ggs, which many presentation for the S Af- Gruenther said he and his aid: es
eans remember as one fairs Director, will introducesden t a f f are now embarked on a the tremendous industrial
Acting Governor H. 0. Paxson longterm defense program.orth America were to

the horrors of WorldS JIi will of the Cristobal-Margarita Civic TrUCK Rams Busiod Crstob el' S IoiS .
n be served t o whagain. Council will present the keys to the wer of No
aew school to Sigurd E. Esser, beKilled A s Pkull I subjected to Jxlg v1pd out, a
Superintendent of Schools. xthht would havea ilrsatrO con-M
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (UP) Esser will acknowledge the IKild sI sequences for the Atlfntic al- tali*
driPowdered eggs, which many presentation for the Schools Di-
and potatoes rememberast none oftmes the sion and J. F. Rice, President CITY. Conn Dec. 15

during the coming year. h o Conclto wi dne '. P) h Truc Rams Bukload CIo bal S oail h Teiw
the hOfficialrrors ofexplaineWorld 11that, will of the Cristhbal-Margarita CivHocy n hRa mcsu hdrl ristobal' Sailsse- 11
oon be servedtotroo n- again. council, will r e s p o n d fCALLEor te
A serving strat egic material apei- ohe truck ripped open the leomunity.t 1yg r a r p.m.
ies that all messes must serve Te fourth, fifth, and sixth f School Children The sailing date was advanced
drtafdegg, milks that thpples Army onionsuld grade students will be then sign roda others were hurled to ork adnce the
anged potatoes ae least nin peaetimes be the Star Spangled Banner and JEWETT CITY Conn Dec. 15bus of the world piraton o the notrike nr ba,
he program, the regulation time ofbendction willbepronounc- A pourv truck rond- c e year. The talt t ngon under which nhored- e
Splates. Is designed ed e by the Rev. John Rutledge. botn a sharp hill wecurve duringushed to to run in the ly-ee presently w g.m
on-th-ob trexplainng for Army see the chilren at work the eath rainstorm, smashedpn--u ather was te world
ks n re rn dehydrated food new classrooms to a school bustoday, killing two n 1945 and her mother wa p any
abes a y o n thic p e part of is located in a nine-arents andrea where all ndbut fivenj werin 16 other. DUCK CLLnt he a
umserving troops. betwesidents of Margarita are et on t he truck ripped open the left er-4 out hep lr g after 2 p.m.
ce," in wartime an north and Gulick Road on th-'e of the bus throwing soe Mr. and D. k The sailing date was advanced

..*.:.. .. .. south and is about midway be- sThffered only minor hurts ana dvanl.......... :SW p l.I al
Uatthew B. Ridgway, chief of sion cwill be hemony Notm "es- of the boys and girls into tne 1or of Stttgart; Ark., In so that the ship would arrive In

FUSi l It tween the old and new sections s not hospitalized. Vikr
ff feels that the Army s MWeardnesday: instead, classes will. road. The otherampton, were hurled to wouen'sduck-ca l1 N ew-York in advance of the ex-
get used to them in peaetimebe held from 1 o'clock until the the forward end of the of the worldfor thh mt91 ration of the no-trike Iju
The program, the regulation'time of the dedication, at four- ,ere Carol Wirta and cesive year. The talent tion under which longhormeg e-
states. is designed to provide whirty, so that the parents can ple right both 14. were crushedto truck nin thel l lO are presently or
on-th an entertain" for ArmyseeV The children at work in the death in the pilo-up fatheas r w thef orl d t t

S to wll b, hld. istaaiig'19116 toh10"Tnthr sa ^
k in repairing dehydrated new classrooms. Ambulances rushed the other n 145 and r mother Balboa T s
t ds as well as "establish ac-! The South Margarita School 14 to a hospital at Norwi:s h wa e m 's dividsa in
ability..on the part of is located in a nine-acre area where all but five were treated willftPelI0es y
dtumnng troops" between Espavc Street on the and sent home. Piat e oE
S u south and is about midway be-sffered only minor hurts ang ".m
lst inh world Allrts ofive one-s ory, units are f the c unharmed H '
.lec re ....Aconnectned with covered passage- was held on an open charge ity cHllJl
Biyt9 0 Ne ior ways. The .walls of the class-ll tate solmce. Be Uq t Ote

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the "'little Christmas T6wn" hI utaf u itagemGsuu .t^wi
mane. The organization will sel- t:b Iea"rsduring tbq bU4ah zar 7
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