The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01809
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01809
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 (UP) John Slezok, vf
it is expected will become chairman of the board of te
Panam6 Canal Company Jan. 25, has never visited '
Canal Zone nor presently has any plans to do so.
An aide said today however that Slezak woufld t
to visit the Canal, if circumstances permitted, to fmi-.
liarize himself personally with conditions there.
Meanwhile the appointment of two lawyers and a
explorer to the board was announced. Untersecretry df
the Army Earl D. Johnson, scheduled to be replaced in
that position by Slezak, remains bodrd chairman for t1
Informed quarters here expect mitted bis resignation as vim
that John Slezak will assume the president-and board nmeuw.'
chalinanship of the board of Peter.sMi L a native
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.ft I .W Sloank, a business man by lHe later served as aspe al
t ,. u F rnc training, has been assistant see- tant and executive aaijstant.to
t Neatr JU Francou rotary of the Army in charge of ;he Secretary of War before his
Sn materiel since last April. He ob- appointment in July 1945 as An-
|Vaugt P 7glutyir' orwt -A man carrylbg a sack over his takined leave from the presidency sistant Secretary In 9I4 he
aImlbtie'-- it-S 1fS shoulder, who ran when he was of the Truner Brass Works to headed the United States delt-
ICT 4 -mla 'cIu E at .abre challenged b detectives, was enter the Army Department. nation to the London Conference
Jth lqow hby the Ad killed in El Cangrejo An aide in the office of John- with Commonwealth nations an
R8-Air Flores liquor-1 Say today. on said there- has been no de- Japanese trade relations.
tee l-oreq re said the dead man, qailon yet as to whether John- Petersen lives in Radnor. Pa.
SoSein Cou IdbMted a Arturo Tapia Lugo, son will remain on the board of He has been a director of 2t
hrl Cgo n-Ca omblan;, hid a long police directors after he retires as un- Fidelity Philadelphia Truit
S, groups, and remdersecretary e-ven though he Company since 1947, and ts
S d temperance organ- Lugo d the bag and does not continue to fill the of-presidentne 950
Asstt Defense Seretaryrd ng by Cice of chalrmn. They said that Cake, a native of Portland.
o.tHanneah in ca s tm t Jnan Fran would depend qn higher author-a graduate of the Universityl
Manpower, stoutly defended the 'Jl'Oed l top. He ran to- Ies. Oregon and Harvard Law
ew policy last Setember, say- wards Elm, grejo and hid un- Johnson resigned the under-se:- ie is a partner in the
ingIt wa his aim to make liquor de a f hOu. A detective sht retaryhlip to become president-law firm of Cake, Jaureyq 1
rvallable to the men "In whole- him lBst he was leaping r of the Air TrazAport Association, Tooze and president a
aome dsur indngs." a teaes after leaving his hiding but his new poet wopid not pre- Equitable Savings and Ldsa
Han stated then: "I have ph elude his membership on the Ca- Nolation. He is also a direest
no lntefln of backing down.'- nal board if the higher authorl- several nationally know
.... tI Turns ties requested him to remain on nesse firm.
The direcive suedtoda I Urit and he were willing to do so, He is a prominent m
provdl.g-tb.- the services w4u rr C they said. the Republican party
,make io further parbahes Io Orf o00o rut A Canal Company spokesman served as a member f
liquoer fw Jad. 1 to be sold by .* said that the operations of the wnblican national
the tt. It further provides FinG 5 board would eot be brought to fom Oregon since 19m".
thUt an r s le of a standstill pepdlnr a chage- now a member of the..
"Iquer ?L e wIl go Into 4A paotrergeant, who round- over in the ehairmsshi. He can national execaoti.
*ftt JA;i'*I 1 "tn order to et p oe too fast in his ear. pointed out that the 'ar'aet tee.
qrlmt thei of the was $ this morning in last Monday and was expected
hsockse Balboa Maistrate's Court to meet again early In Jan- Byrd is a not
Teip on sale of liquor by for reckless driving. nary prior to the departure of is well known So
soply at all mes- Johnson from the undersec- dents of the
seTr within the United NelaOn Late, the 37-year-old retaryahi;. of visited
in remote areas defendant, caused considerable Appointment of the three new ws
to' id by the Secre- damage tp his own car last Sat- members of the board of direr- ca.
." urday atnoo when he came tors of the Panama Canal. Com- His polar
twned a memoran- around a corner on Thatcher pony has been announced bv flights over
dual requiring the serv- Highway too Tast and slid aboi't secretary of the Army Robert T Routh Pole
les tov h quor through 100 feet off th6 shoulder of the Stevens. according to Informn- ploratious
State id "Ilquor mono- road. He Is attached to the 7405 tion received at Balbok Heights. -Re l a
poly" AU at CorozaL The new board members are: Virinhla t
Ralph E. Cake. lawyer anI both h6 .
banker of Portland, Ore.; How- and tVhe'. my.
ay Man's Wife Admits i, Petersen lawyer and
business an of Pliladelohiba. d11r ani
Pa.. and Rear Admiral Richard sr ani
3 Allotment Fratd Counts .. retired, of Boston.
They wVll fill vacancte creat-
ed by the recent resienstions of tin Wasn-
Lt. Gen. Lewis A Pick Daniel z Fleet ,P -
On, pealOf Pil tf y to three Navy was suspended for 3. Taylor and Bdward D. Me- in the P-"
n ,. ndolettm t, A. tha l uadn the condition KIm. t frnm ne-
meri e *of a Nae t tnow w W lfouin good bs- Pick, formerly Chelf of Englu- t cl
station p.o the C at .a ,hs .m, e restitution to t-" eers. hadrteVed on the board rafter hi
been ud g it f traud a- smb of $405, and reoK sinee aWit 1952. McKim, wh -i n hp ah
Uniainst e Ited State Oov- probation efticer resglasd last June, became a 4 Pis te R
einmieagUaer the phtHeats e s member of the board 4eai ft ora-h
P. l ai r- V rgig, Court. West Indad Fruit a" l millS
Al!ae s w wWear, the overn- comany. Inc. dt wau aptmr
W1- astrilet court I n a in th e te'-
head to h id In Us btiotlrector two Yars .a.
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FumeiEN NpareeNTailvE iOHMlIA V POWERs INC
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a n in o t last week when it was discovered
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O I m n I eaVe I al r year for While House

Washington reached a new high
aH E Me 1Chrlast week when it was discovere-
thbt even Boy Scouts now have tb o
be given loyalty checks. The story
4 Yd Mail n Bois an open forum for reder of The Panama CAniwr- came out this way:
im' atlsare received gtatefuthy and are hand in aJ8 0 holly sea ^ti- ma year. forf lefWhh Hcour H see

as day. Lt are puobshed eore rhe used again this year when
Pleas ery to keep the lattes limitedtn o e po e nlengthi President Eisenhower lights the
Ide"atity o letter waters as held ane strietest qcontdeaet. tre for the first time.
i This aersaper esumes no esponsibi tto statements as options Scout headquarr the first lme.aders h
lxprossisill n lor n,.from nor so.,ism op Scoul headquarters leaders have,. '
ezpessed sm letters rem resears been ulsiting the various council
o meetings in and around Washington
otMOPS AND BROOMS NEEDED Oto make the necessary arrange- ,
SmMOPS AND BROOMS Nen s. At one meeting in northwest
rThe man signing his letter 'Sailor" is a mananter my heart Washington, a quota of 25 Eagle
Ncealess to say tou.re aGnotner Who would like to clean uip these was called for from the troops uin O'J
'And on top of it all. as you said. US government supported. rGet their names in early," saId E
1 ail regulations regarding Coco Solito were enforced I feel t ehe adquarters man, "'because
sure that all concerned would profit. the Secret Service has to check
Will someone please iniorm me why somebody is always in- them all for a security clearance."
vestigating living conditions el other Canal Zone living quarters
end not one Congiessman, Senator or other representative has CHRISTMAS DINNER AGAIN
*~e-er investigated living conditions of the people living in Coco
1Sol., o 'he 250,000 American soldiers
,, truly believe that f the people in the position to do so would now stationed in western Germany
'lok into our situation and enforce the regulations, and if the will again this year invite-almost
'decent people of Coco Soaito. iath an interest in Detter living con- that many German people ti share
editionss would make their views known, you can "bet your eye a Christmas dinner with them, ais
Teeth" that it would get to the wheels" pretty quick. part of the continuing pro m to
So lets get to work. promote good relations. This pro-
Another Sailor gram was begun two years ago,
when some 20,000 West Germans
*NEW FOSITION CREATED were Christ;..,s guests of the U.S.
5 l rrrn ed forces. Last year the num-
ber jumped to 175,000. It will be
Taking away a little of the function of the Managementraised t 175,000. It will be year
Division, the Press Representative, the Executive Secret ary, the raiedthis year. German goo-
J"Thi s American German goo+-
Personnel Division and other units which are presently carrying wilt program has paid off in the
out these functions perfectly well, the Governor's Office creates American occupied zone. Sixty
Snew executive: Public Relations Officer. v r nt of the Gern peo-
How does the Governor's office explain away the order ofseven ple wa cent U.S. miof the German peo-res
InI-emalm in Germany', according to
President Elsenhcwer ag,,Inst the creation of new positions? In remain in Germany, according to a
fact the President of the United States' ordered that even vacat- 'recent survey for the U. S. High
Canal Administration puts U.S. rate employee's lobs on the local- ent wanted them withdrawn. H a r ain
rate roll: puts local-rate employes on part-time rolls, puts part WTREU IO. UA
time employes on "when work is available rolls: to save afew SHIFT REBUILDING SITE
dollars. I
S Then it turns around and mal'es a brand new job paying To keep U.S. troops in Korea -
o10000 a year to do a job that was being done perfectly well by bu. ,the Army has shifted its -
uther units where the function properly belongs. major rebuilding And repair pro- i was
Visiting Congressmen please note. gram for tanks, trucks and other ri observing the Old War- a, dameSt s a giy she s T a in o.I gl If ha l
previously y this work was done din' dott thnkn aan head ad en a
E economy Minded Republican vehi les to a depot outside Pusan rwdasad thret heir a th ather ats eas a$ ted easy e bask wiet hetr tolIrd hj4 a b
(ED. NOTE: The Panama Ca..al was asked to comment on Japan, with the use of a lot of women ce a are inly wcris litH ee eb t ne
the \G above letter. beas in a vast variety oofw d she g"
hue salvageoperation. Sf uch hair.
the above letter. Commented the Canal: "No Comment.") ,-ns ........ abor......... hrone looks lke. You so o I
thu work e oerJapan to. Shifting r have been actions of my byPaul or A beft or, l be able to r
Ofcthe work from Japan tolKor Wasodao of observatigis when all offhand tw s gan imivrnd, And a ovd a
saves a lot of mobey;n s of observe s when all-
cests, besides stroentbesnin s WoM were blonde. rere was a is k on the pea..a Mge sa I
rean defenses. .t hd PVrlod, apA there has i I asp mad at; dame .I w.ch -one sihe s, e d1a thy
NEAT DODGE )ee I1W hih'd p ro o, an# now .o. MT..but oid.' %o '"the lim-
ea" this timeW mtw her or I b
wferen he colors init.,ontosn
bAneat little congressional cen- all sorts of dferenit on top,
E wa worship dodge has been revealed or paint ion to t d dus the autu series just let I face.
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the U. S. Marine Corps. n- Icrew cotsap nAe d ampra
uiries to the Marine Corps public Dutch cut, and I At a n a hair salon, w ter il
S- UI -tions office on the O Wial rec. aainte ct and o a
----f 'rd of T Reserve Lt.-Col. Jba3ej S R. skinned back ,andp sedfom INuise ofl TWa-
McCarthy in World War It are now and p .p*lll .wv t1 aBIl
DPresents: answered by a stock reply thatu ~ aea
all infonration on this subject itn rt wa son atatU-a t,
must be obtained frpm the office a tha b s a l aa1k uapt' 9 a ctel e mi-i *- m- t
of Set. Joseph l, of Wi- cwags eyebrows would leap uphto0 le eIt'srbla
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CENTRAL GREAT BENEFIT FETIW AL aNs r ~ i s l w ta erasdo tr tom with str oek tr in r ow,. Pink ea fola etito "
S. tyu wil nitie that oQt with a fakse han o- hair paitin.k I hba', vat
At 8:00 p.m. Des" s willtereni.e in his hair e that it nil t it, nt it a over t, even a stan.
Department of Defense stillly gets a little er. Bt thq the ba
Pro-Panahm Newsboys, Under The Sponsorship wasn't been able to stamp out thecrewcutd
observance of separate anniversary artistsWkeep i ac and th o I
days by Army, Navy and Air Force d14a'k just ets it on W wich as=ply tIa'a
of The "Es'osas de los Periodistas" Club! In the interests of unification, it obc si oth woamton'd is there white- ant 'b tt ,3 a
In the interests of unification, it l Si ,f 1M e how I
was ordered several years ago that same barber .al I ifi. is so k of a n me how h ke it, and I will
SFnI ""a there would be only one "Armed W ..do their l difernly woman. But --ea
Leaguer-an organization of active mood their alph, ae ptiet ann e o ther
supporters of everything that will stupidity 6 a the faced fashi, or swains. ... ...-
T A Q s P / help the Navy. continues to keep
Savvy Day very much alive. For
this year's celebration on Oct. 2,
the Navy League promoted more
e Wiso0iboCu i a than 50 dinners. Speakers were Stupid Response
SeNavy officials and admirals.
nNO HEADLINES FOR ,HI By Brue Biossat '
Dr. Samuel M. Brown-ll of Con- *
necticut, new head of the U. S.
Office of Education, hit Washington Even jhough us. lawa offhande- te give tq nhownr plan seriouss ldert-
at just about the same time his Uff .of Prraien atqtc peace ton.1 do.and if they t
brother. Attorney General Herbert W ppqsaj ar. . it hard to tie Pr a in.V
Brownell, became embroiled e the tal n 5t their fIrst e- with all. the la
Harry Dexter White case. 4 e _
.. ... .. .Office of Education officala at a1 otnInIanY, rove theyo
first wondered if Dr. Brownell t' .stnt o o the fthey
would have the same flair for hit- p A VtJ' .wa a er-. .__ y
TIVOLI CTURES! 0.25 the de his younger h re
brother, but they've related now. 75Ukho 4 .tt _
They've found the elder BrownellchZa. avawrta p n ia a
"CAPTAIN CAUTION" "NOT WANTED" Ito be an extremely quiet, mild -o Comr, nno nIst .adeu.uate for hepdo ;e -e
mannered individual, too complete- Un r th gllat
Also: "DEVILS CARGOES" ly absorbed in the problems of ,c.eethe .' WpIrd tbthq
education to get involved in any con idpl .. flst of he ie ot r te o i t h
front page controversies. n e whi la
Security regulations in the State ,. are a, to m I-tha.,
Department are now so tight that l0o t*Wl 1e awith z m .- i..
RU0 officials aren't allowed to love- rett. -e r
any papers on their desks when word that aa from official Mr.rd

"In" and "Hold" baskets are sup. lgo nra
posed to be put away and officials an s atwer, ya e -
are tol to work from a clean desk neutrals gv te ,
memoranda and newspaper clip- the KsItiOi kele...ofshold he
eA erPings hive to be dug out to files 4n.'

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.MAKFRIENDS nfugge Into Furs;

Sops Threaltened
MIAMI. Dec 17 (UP Frost
*' i/i was forecast over the entire "Sun-
\' shine" peninsula tonight as truck
-\s, 'farmers prepared to fire or flood
,their fields to protect crops, and
Tourists donned their fur jackets.
\ Policemen directed bundled-up
A shoppers on Lincoln Road and'
F"lahtr Street. One officer spoke
for the native',-
Don't be vague when you 't "Man, I'm freezing."
a.,ing to asK a friend to vu.LI Top coats were brought out of
yui tor a week end. He'll want motballs and oil heaters out ofi
lu allow wnen you want him to storage as the t he r m o m e t e r
ai.ve and when you expect him; plunged to the mid-forties in this
to leave. Then you'll boLh te: advertised "eternal summerland."
ni -re comfortable if that is set-I A low of 31 degrees was forecast
i t in your invitation, tomorrow morning for the western
.,st a? good fences make suburbs beyond Tropical Park race
g jd neighbors, definite invita- track and south to Homestead
lions make bospitility easier. where thousands of acres of to.
matoes, snap beans and other
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Touring Europe costs'
much less now and you
also enjoy the year's
lowest air forces, in eof-
feet until March 31st.
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Some bathing beauties took ad-
vantage of the first cold weather
of the year to don their tight-fitting
"skiign" clothes for a bonfire pic-
nic on the wind-swept beach.
And Mrs. B. E Schlesinger of
Philadelphia, had a good word for
what the natives think of as the
coldest weather possible-
"I don't mind the cool weather
to. much. Guess its worse up
North. I can take it. It's still bet-
ter than the snow."
about these women. Knows in or-
der to avoid making the same mis-
takes over and over. Knows in or-
der to avoid creating more of these
women to live out empty lives 20
or 30 years from now.
The play itself Is a curious bal-
ance of tragedy and expert com-
edy. Curious because it's so truly.
close to life. It neither titters nor
weeps. But the true approxima-
Ition of life is there.

"Essentially, these lives are
tragic," Mrs Parker said. "These
women are ill-prepared to live a
life without a man. They don't1
know what to do with themselves.
Paris 1
They're not prepared to apply that
innate self-respect to wheih each
human being has every right. They
feel bereft."
Mrs. Parker thinks that the la-
dies of the corridor are not pos-
sessed of inner resources, those
very personal riches that can
make life in nearly any circum-
stance a great adventure. They
feel that they need someone about
to coddle, protect and entertain
Though she's earned a place in
the Americln scene as mistress of
the wisecrack, Mrs. Parker, al-
so a writer who can create with
great compassion Though she feels
that there is no immediate solu-
tion for the problem so clearly set
forth in the lay she. hope tat
o wer .itha. nta.
to shtA ,ome ladie-
is AWPd d'Usseau. a

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,Some people want shorter
hours$ but rostof us will still hove
to operate on a 60-minute hour.

Musical Matters

Answer tp Previous PU$zr
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1 Violin I Low singing
accessory voice
4 Group of 2 Wind
musicians instrument
8 Set of organ 3 Weekday A
pipes 4 Sew loosely
12 President 5 Female
Lincoln singing voice
13 Toward the 6 Closer 24 Imitates 40 Caudal
sheltered side 7 Lair 25 Impudent apbemdaes
14 Burden 8 Drudge 26 City in 4L BuEIalo
15 Turf 9 "The harp that Germany 42 Gaiter.
16 Approved once through 27 Male horses 43 Iind of
models ~s halls" 28 Otherwise merchandlfe
18 Legislator 10 Advantages 29 Noxious plant 44 Great Lake
20 Stop nautt.) II Nuisance 31 Nocturnal 46 Poker stake
21 Before 17 Terpsichorean mammals 47 Negative votes
22 Hireling 19 Regions 33 Calyx part 48 ecme larger
24 Church recess 23 Subsequently 38 Refund 50 Butteries
26 Norse explorer
27 Stitch I 1
30 Piano foot
levers IL
32 Snuggle- -
34 Expunges
35 Fold -
36 Pigpen .
37 Simple "
39 Begged
'40 Melody 3-"
141 French dance
'42 Take an oath -
145 Removing
49 French
51 Rowing
52 Seed vessel -
53 German king
54 American --- "
55 Golf mounds It
56 Observed i. .
57 Direction .


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S.S. "C G. THULIN" ............................ Jan. 3
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..... ogh 'ti i theer*m no h }as ah 2t-ye ar. No. 6, 16 th stree West Tel. 2 43 :
oldr r onel wo man re e Behind the Baneo Nackm, al
-. cutting edge. there is a great deal
O .. K GA .AD of wisdom in that statement. There We have the largest
NE- Food Markles dgA or is no such thing as a 40-year-olda e
G. Na d ,"'Jt girl, and the woman who tries t selection of dresses
a; ke. l util springs bal when remain a girl forever doesn't fool;" rerss
lt to" yId with ngbr anyone but herself. for "teen agers" 7 to 17
ita tlh eet is beginning to By the time she has reached 40
,,t 'rea r.mA, eal Un der the pre e of -if not before-a woman should
as tto P. Santa us' bpe C1stuas shopping, an eeanomy have faced the fact that she is
i the M.O.U.P.E.R, will aug apt tt. rat te th w"I be -welcome, through with girlhood and that the
wa 24 aoard.the way to make the most of herself
" rtlB1i. E'Appleace Cake. Steak .rip WltW 9ue-Cream.. is to be as attractive a woman
Ssque ke)... ray as she an be and leave being
S. e .ni quarters ce One Ud beef steak, chuc or girlish to girls.
a t d o U ral ailb ftE .-hali pnona round, oai4qarter cup chopped Instead of clinging to a type of
StO Sta en, t-on. dw 1 teaspoon b g po aon, 1 ido salt, pepper, 1 hair style and dress- that were be- lI 0
S tao l etabe a oroming to her in her twenties, she LI VVDLD
e tilar monthly din- 1 t n salt, I and f tea nb. should figure out what is appro-
A i anger 1 tea tpono cadia. C ute tB nto strips about 3 priate and becoming to her as a It A A &
men.re-haly teaspoon nItmua ue s long and 1 Iaeh wide. woman of 40. JEWELRY K P
Se To Meet one-a cup saborteiing neo r mat with the dons in
Steer up hot water, o al ca hoeing or lard. Season. Pour She Should Change BELT BUCKL
a will iold Its 1 eg, one-half c oravy er meat coer- ad bake Her Way of Thidg E
rnuhyaeetin Monday a atlfR 0goaFasses. At dresF.. (mderate) for
m at.' a os-half hours ortil mat Instead f thinking she can get ,TIE HOLDERS
sq.gtbIstender. Serves 4. by forever withbeing scatter-CU LN
cbraed o inefficient, she should UFF NKS
S" hortni tate; Souv.Crea Gravy realize that a woman ought to be E C,
and t add muB elt 1 tablesoon btt he has passed that age when her AIN
S'M h and e -n basis tof youth.e WATCH BRACELETS

man p e siad fo ofo.in th other
"ir/a^ Wl -, au dl assed ouunxtres ; aneba -o ada d 3 cut water, 1a teaS _po ;stead of living froum day to
,Sti W. intN 0wo eday, the woman who is adher Open 8
h14 P.)- 2-ll" "n v . 't until ImOtfl .iir pmu 11e lesiw s t n. fortieth birthday ought to know.i .......

,mbrg It un i making f t.nds with woman Ifn- .
w h e -imstIth a ur The wants and whea e she .s -9O ,.-
osnmi t ,spurc and 1h birhayoug to ,

Sa "madeiG aa lyi a ,Ond bake in m Bodyerae oven minutes w and pour o ver me a o tn h

ta tdeerees ) 40 to a d mines, S Instead wayso a have ting with other
Wl? W of M .proaching middle age ought to 1
9 i.i.ht4p6have learned the impd ance of
gV eeg- ',ra. making ftrends with woman In-
t Wot' stead of trying to outshine them.

S.B age 400 Free Meo You i thn Cohritmas woa

Zg low r a .be seven up hny kitenis h, clinging- Cstuc hf y *t u
1" ted"- !- vin e ways, and have become, a.
i sponsible, self-reliant person.

There's just no such thing asna
4112 ionhit . 40-year-old girl-se there s no use
for any woman to try to be one,.
Ss 1000 FreeMen You'd tin Christmas wo

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One thousandtfree mealstrtS
., ..... l aibe served to the oawr inute e much a howy i ,uy

o rIdn4ew!aif Colon between Saturday 3n
2fe *". "A Tel 3"2arCapt. and Mrs. element A
i to teInmaculad lSrolol iMoonsawmoy.
Dakto-rwW]esfi ottoof twll ber 1..
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nur h n Idoanu
'.A .Ft the SaLkatobo Army Cntier
mSaturday at 11:30 am TIckets
as,.k rmeal are benqc distribute ut
the office of thp Third StreettJEWELER
Corps up until tomorrow .S.'"-.. ,

S.v "" oetl aortc red f, l dunringg Prdl: llli
Sonioe 340 children will recele
the three. days.

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RAPID CITY. S. D. (U. P- -
T..Toutrists.eto the l.pek Hills of South
'J.Dakota May be s aired out of their
a.wito next year.
SIf E. A. Sullivan hasq his way, .
they'll be startled by a flying dino- -0
Sullivan, whoecreated a herd' of '"a,
Dinosaurs which omk d'wn upon
1... A Ilthe city frmn a hill and which is
"I"-i i mT ir n l a major tourist attraction. is now
.r, planning to create a flying dino-
.m- freHe Is completing plans for a ra-
f.mot-. i- 'It will have an eight-foot-long"

be kept aloft by helium, pro-
o veed by a. .amll engine, and guid-
id by radio.
a Bone Of Contention

P.TSBuRGH, Dec. 17 Irup
SAW.Judge.Hamer S. Drowncut FI=
OPP I :f i thoutoeipn a bone loday..MGM
Mrdps 1pwi said that it w'sa
lip.. callbeYql nthe s power of the court' AGIMT&DISTRIBUIDOREi: .2
I "efor the Isale of his estranged MUM
._s "4ub--s.'.Gout better than
i ber pet aver The Judge a- PA0AMA OOLON
wped ."0nd her 3-year-,lId "%L,24, 7 -' 411
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Household_ Automobiles Miscellaneous- Gramhch Santo Clara Beach cottages,
FOR SALE: One "8 Cu. Ft. 25 FOR SALE:-Morr.s Minor. Ccnvert- INVITATION FOR lIDS moderate rate. Phone ,-441 or.
cyce Friidire refrigerator, one bible, new condition, 4,000 miles. (Construction Contract) 4-567.
steel buffet. 1550 "G" Govilon Quarters 9-8 Fort Clayton. Phone seceer 05 n Thoras Foster's Cottae .
Rd. Balboa. Tel. 2-1447. 87-3217. and St. John and 53-504 on St Santo hCltare.s Pa brti is 1
FOR SALE:-Silvertone radio-phono, FOR SALE:-1952 Custom line Ford n o hx linens. Phono Sat at 2.CP no '
3 speed, 60 Cyl.; 7 gal. apt. size V-8 Tudor Sedan. radio. Excellent Vrgn Islands WILLIAMS' Sante Cl Om K Cot-
VirgindIslandsiWIoLIMS0befinancedte C0o2. C"ot
washer; chest of drawers; misc. condition. Can be financed. 042- As ncted herein fo' each school and/ toges. Large. aolmltt modern.
Fhone 86-7243, duty hours. Bvenado rt ,nn one "' Or section. near beaom. alboa 5T050 exep;|
4105. Office of Territories weekends.
FOR SALE-Westinghouse eight foot B.05...... -.- ----- Office of Tertories weend.Interior
porcelain refrigerator with one FOR SALE--Sacritce! Leaving Isth. Deportment of the I i PillipL. OceMide to anto
year guarantee unit. Telephone mus. Morris Minor 951 bla ck 4- Inular Division. Office of Territories PClaira.sBOcase ""anPo1
SBalboa.door. Excellent condition. I Single Deoartment o the Interior, lr.O 3..-877. Cr l .167..
..... Balboa. bed and mattre.. L.all Panama 3- Room 2713 Interior Building, 1 e -I C "tea -"673
OR SALE:-Cheap, bamboo living- 0262. 9 o. m 12 noon. Washington 25, D. C. Houses on beh. San Clara.m, AlsoM
room set, 7 pieces, $40.00. RCA -------Sealed bids in single copy for fur- in COOL' Cmorn pm houwtalns.
radio, large, $35.00. East 36th St FOR SALE:-Or trade. 1947 Ford nishing all labor, equipment, and Phone SHRAPN L. BSlbeo 13891
No. 11, Apt. 1. Station Wagon. Good condition materials and performing gil work or see caretaker thi.r. 39
Duty Paid. $495.00. Phone 87- ein
FOR SALE--$300 worth of radio Duty Paid. $ .3P32 for the project described herein 1
equipment parts including 221 o 8- be reccve until 300 p. m FOR RENT 1
frequency meter, good condition, FOR SALE-1952 Hgrd-top convert- Atlanic Standard Time January 20. Houses
everything' ,guaranteed for $150 ible DeSoto, 13.000 miles, $1.- 1904..ouaw
e cash. Tel. Cdrundu 7276. House 800,.0. Call 86-4252. 7 a. m..to in the Oflice of the District En- .
2070-C. C 4 p. n. gineer. Insular Division, St. Thomas iFOR RENT.-Sopa c us furnshed res-
i U/U-t-.'____________ _-"--"-- Virg Islands idence. comfortable in La Cres-.,
FOR SALE:-Livingrom, diningroom, FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth, excel-nd trgin Ispubliandsy opened, nd rod to." 5th Street No. 10..Telephone
pantry set. mahogany desk, mir- lent condition, 4 Dr. Sedn" bla aloud. 2-1456. I
rors. etc. Eusebio A. Morales Ave. $650.00. 0560-, Chgres. St., lefrmtie. regarding biddin mate-
El Congrejo, Gray House with Red Acen. Cell between C & p. m. ril, bid gu,.rentee and bene, plans KOR RENT Iu
Door. PIece 2-2565. an spec,ficaiions and other pro- |
OR SALE: Electric stove. four FOR SALE -1940 Oldsmobile. Gcod posed contract documents are open Apa'tmiaenu I
burner, large size $85.00; side- paint, tires fair, motor excellent tor public inspection at the office -- I
board $10500; wardrobe $130.- G. I. leaving. Must sell. 4-00 tc. of District Engineer, Insular Divi- ALHAMIRA APARTM INTiS
00; dresser $95.00; two night 6:00 p. m. Phone 2-3068. sion. Thomas G. Mooney, Charlotte Modern 2. 4 and 5 rooms furnished-
S tables, $1500 each. Custom ObuiltFOR SALE: Chevrolet2P.anel1 Amalie. St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin or unfurnished. Alhomrbr e Office
mahogany furrlJture, one year used ton. Inquire Or No. 21. Juan B Wands; M. A. Dyer Company, 24 8061. 10th Street, Calau. Tel-
only. Tel. 2-3518, Panama. Soso Streetu-- School Street, Boston. essochu- enphone 1386.
... -- e.ts.; Lester M. Marx, Room 2713 ATTENTON G. I. Just built modern
I FOR SALE.-1951 Morris Minor 4- Interior Building. Washington 25. furnished apartment, Oan, t w c|
*0OR SALE-Dining table, mahogany, Door, excellent condition. Phone D. C A.G.C. Office 1113 Con- bedrooms, hot, cold w'qr. Tel.-
six choirs $60.00. Desk and-chair Mrs. Gbson, Panama 2-1840, 8 to gress Building, Miami, Florida; phone Panama 3-4941.
S $15.00. House 416, Gotun Tel. 5- 12 noon and 2 to 5 p. m. Builders Excoange, 46 Northeast p-----,.eP "--" .494.I
OIN* A E :- G e ready-for X m W alk fe a H la ks a d e a ed sa e n hu m- 6 h S r et.HM am i. Florida; H ou Fd
_-__ 18. _______ _.---._-_--'--_-.--. 6th Street. Miami, Florida; Hous- FOR RWT .-Completely furnishe
: Get ready ar Xmas. ed dellrs. BIy your mlne ca a ng and Home Financ", Aency I and 2 bedroom apartment, inI
ALke -jus et o reay for smal.l dol. A T e 30 y Roam 13 N. Y. Department Store brand new building at 45 Auto-
SMoke just one smalS downpoA ASMOS. A. TBi. d-i022, Vi, BuIdg, 1064 Ponce d L eon mobile Row. Enquire at House Ex-
wil" deliver any furniture you se ------ ___ Santurce. Puerto Rica; and F. W. c rangee No. 41.Automobile Row.
lect the some day. Lovely Living FOR SALE:-1950 Ford 2 Dr. Sedan. Dodge Corp., 119 West 40th St.. FOR RENT:-Extre flee epoate-nt
Suites $12500, diningroom tables radio, good tires, good point, very New York 18, N. Y. three bedrooms, two ealn both,.
and 4 choirs $85.00. double beds good condition Hou:e 2044-.B t .servent's mom with both, eEg
I completely $98.00, just received Curundu. Tel. 83-6161. z r' nd speitiratich s may be pr ktlchen. large livisiglem egad die-
4 burner gas stoves apartment size' cured from ihe office of M. A..inge ludr soe, a lcker
$59.00, AND MNY OTHER M ISCELLANEOUS eers at 24 SchoolStreetBostbn.- .om under be.s, ap a rtme,
SBARGAINS YOU SHOULD TAK.l -vC _ b ..e t 2 Sho Set o v enetian blieds and h water,
ADVANTAGE OF NOW! DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic i nassachuse ts, upon deposit of th third fleer, very eel all the time.
N. D V V- O I iD. w Aollowing: Let me s ye! P
ASY PAYMENTS NO It i Central Avenue K" Street, co.- Let us show it to 79! Phe*"I
CHARGES ner Telephone 2-3479, Panama. C printed Con d Panme -07 r 2.0 7.
S HOUSEHOLD EXCHAN C.h,-iansted Consoldate
"HOUSEHOLD 41, Phne 3 471 Cr stabal Clubhouse Baputy Shop. School IEleni2.Iary portion) $55.Q0 LOR RENT:-Ultra modern 'ne bed-
. ,tonal, A% w. X, 41..Phone 3- spec"l: par m rt wave- ILaVallet Elernintary School 30.00 room apartment in I Congrejo
S .. .. c plete, lgulOr, g $12.50. IChfistiansted ond LaVq It with futrnshh Di,. uiWn byd
."" 'nSitre n*arth. A $19.00. Ptdgether .06 Hares. Tel. 3-0 "
-C sa .-Dshasher "Cory" ou- Uoaircut, shampao. se of'd rAoni- James Madison, Robert Her FO-i RENT'-. iarh oprment, -
r Ic potrtble, 60 cycle, new. cure $2.50. C9I CristtIl 1642 or rick,. and James Monroe Ele- bedroams, furniI... Noo. ""th 1
-..r.ve. uncrated. Call Albrook 31C8. com in. Thk you, anger mentary Schools together 40.00 street. San Francisco. Call 3-2628.
FOR SALE.- Barga;. Leather t. Mr:fi'ther Lorenzo. CinLz Boy Consolidated School 40.00 Aftgr 6:00 p.. m. Call 2-9471. I
4 coffee table. Wing chair with slip FOR SALE a d Elementarn ESchlementary FOR RENT:--One nd three beroo 1
cover. Cabinet bar. Book case. F yI S nLE Horace Mann Elementary FOR RENTL- --One and three beroomi
cover. Ctablae w .th leavesrSchoob 30.00 apartments, goraga, mrid's room
SConsol table w.t loves 6 Mimelaneo Benjamin Franklin Elementary No. 3, Colombia street.
A diningroom cho.ir:. Occasional table. __ _,,_n___n Sce .ool 30.c00
Tel. Ganboo 382. FOR SALE:-Refrigerator 9 cu. ft Cr ,z Bay. East End, Horace FOR RENT:-Furnisied aparfipmnt 2
,FOR SALE:-.Borgain! 4 burner Fife- with guarantee, gas stove, dcuble Mann. c.nd Bentamin Frank- bedrooms, very cool eldvotor
stole gas stove, 6 months old, 6 bed with box spring, bureau, plants l;n togetCer 65.00, .No. 2, 47th Street. Corner Federi-'
place mahogany dining room table, 46 St. No. 22. 1 to 6 p. r-. nine schools together 100.00 Go Boyd. 1
1 Hollywood type bed, complete FOR SALE:--Co:kcr Spaniel pups. 7 -e',osit hall be only by certified -FOR RENT
with 6 months old Simmons mat- weeks old, AKC registered. W, I check payable to the Treasurer of FO' RENT :---Puished apartlbnt;
tress, 1 metal chest and drawers, hold Lntil Xma. eve if desired the Un.ted States, which will be hwmingroiom, diningroom, 2 bed-L
1 metal chest of drawers, 1 end Qtrs. 286-A. Albrcck. Phone 86-1 refunded to bona fide bidders rooms, gas stove, refrigerator. 43rd
table, all in excellent condition. 4121 upon the return of p'ans and sped- "street No. 64, "ila Vista.
A'l for $225. Call 3-4705 .- ticotons in good condition within PCR RENT:-On' a nd two bedroom I
... FOR SALE:-Twao ir.'s bicycles ir thirty 1301 calendar days from *a1Prtments n iutstandi ,~tion
good condition Prce 225.00 each t he date of bid opening. A bone In newly constructed budi fac-
W anted Position House No. 26. f0th Street East tide bidder includes any person who, Ing El nema. Only respsblet
SFOR SALE:-Kenmore portable washI submits a bid for a general con- parties ned apply. Phone: 3-177,|
T.eliable male with good references er. 12 guage double ba-rl ho' tract, but does not include a per- .. to p. m. I
f- desires steady work as cook and gun. First St., Perry Hill. Ho.se IF. I sn who submits a quotation to NS bedroom fui
baker. Maid will toke messages 'Ot Apt. 2 the o general contract bidders. Tq R _FORneroo ursheI
Fort Clayton 87-333. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS o peifitirsons who rocure plans and e, 48th iteeSt No. 3, Bellam
Lnhomes, stores. clubs and ergani- *he above stated amounts, and who V ______
Experienced bilingual accountant, ex- nations. Christmas tree on se' do not subirit a bid, seventy-five F" RENT--A firnt floor ailrtnrent.
Scellent references, desires ste dy e.w. American Supply "J" St. No. 75 i per cent ol the deposit 9t ished or qed-furnis s, h a
position with reliable firm;. either 14. Tel. 2-1060. 7emount wIIt be rounded upon stht ois ii__chev, bt.
-.side. Write J. W. Box 267, Colon,. reurnw e rec n oon d condtie tldoo tce&
,30 year old Scandinavian wishes posi- W ANTED TI BU within thirty 1301 calendar days A For more i
m tion. Interested In any tffer, Sp-ks -am the date of bid opening. No 4eWa call 3-3002 or m -
A.. English, German and Scondinovian WANTED TO BUY Leather tcp iefL.nd will be made for return 3236.
languages. Knowledge of Dutch. Peruvian coffee table. Phcne 86- after that time.. ..
Business education. Previously had 7243, duty hou:-. eads, e.. As [I
own business in Scandtavia. Trov-WANTED Blode Cocker Each- bia mus be accompanied bay, *a T D yZAL
eled widely Europe, Aftica ond before Xmas. Telephone 3-4619i satifa-to ry bid guaranty in an -' '
South America portly to sell Scon- during office hour. -1 amour not les than 5 per ceni .
dinavian machines own. account of the total bid.
and partly to arrange end organize X% J Ii- "_ T-1 lot t at- RI G "A
all kind s of tourist rave and oae SO ALS The successful bidder will be re- 7 .. %,
to organize and start business E -- Quired to furnish a performance -f.i o ot R i ,t. iilble .|'
S whoge or siFon w an Tosheach and every one of you whole bond and payment bond, each in r'tldf employ .,500. MW9 .
work independently wil be more ared and helped us in our grief the amount at 100 per cent of tapt down pw m rit. Hall, RioAbo.
important than how much wages we would like to expres- our s.n- the contract price. i 4th street 2377.
ore earned At the some time my cre gratitude. It o. very comfort- No bid may be withdrawn until
if e position retay ing to witness such a multitudeof thirty 130 calendar days after -the g. '
the like. Is Scandinavian, 24 sct find b n nd unknow scheduled closing time for the re- PUEU W S

and Danish fluently. Has G RGE D. BARB, JR.. H E.-Hu- t c award a contract for any or all M i
edge of French and Spanish. man Engineer.ng Health Sernice schools and/or sections on the basis .
-very fast. Has previously Spinal and Structural Adaistments of the basic bid for each school
cretary to manager of In- Europeanor, Techn ques 75 Cole Es- and/ seeo or any combination ..
I Bank in North Africa, tudiartle Telephone 2-5159 8 a i of schools and/or sections or by-
ndent for Allied Military m. to 8 p. m By appointment. the acceptance of any or all of
fice IUS) Copenhagen Ihe alternates, whichever course Is
retary t Mocre-McCor- In the best interests of the United PI S I
ing also in Copenha- Helu n on W2te e s u-ptiomofWerkI
WANTID.--G0od ceek. Goad salary The construction includes
1g. reference. Cube Avenue Section A, St. Croix. Vrgin Is5lands,
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0 ivebisa 8ftU. that we'd tutin Lea
into a nAloo o1 toroaa awmop nr* 0=4 I
ok. later. These gloom-mogeif flie
were etuke that nobody wou.d But .the otlit
read a bovk, with a TV a7t cMe tf tJrol
handy. Ia Wa
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lUbrarlana and book iellera a'v ft's ou u m t
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book witbdrawl re erT d Libra
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the upgrade, too. Bilt retail book- wh e a
sellers ay, that much f .-this 1U re .twh a
due to the paper-bound books. *f
3. Bales an& wtthiW o fala orm
Mietoa t&'idWn. but a V nik45 tG
fitUion flI I W o'l. home
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book in bortles and b0oim a T

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WAfl~NO'ON. Dec. 17 (IftA
-There has been a revolutt,
in Amerlca's attitude on flying
InaT sthe belief of Donald B
hoe1s. It's based on c4a
to his two boToksI. -
R A lre Re,' pt' b
97 and his current 44
ar, Saucera
ehoe. a lean. serious, shari-
teladrl | individual, admits b;e
wae publicly rated a screwbal
after his first book.
Today, he says, due to what he
rally a public conviction there
really something to all theai'-
cer sightings. he finds biza'f
generally regarded an exrt
oa the subject.
He's in demand for serious
and radio performances, lect ,
and technical advice. Ea K
motningl an average of 20 letle eS
are telfvered to hia home Jear
Mt..Vernon "from serloud, re-
speotaoe and hnst pero DONALD
re tln sightings and offrt4rg N
d onal infotonaton on i- keep ea
w because we
"The twll tatt .astonishahsme weptisoute
meost,"he say. "s the number word In out
of persoas who spend a lot o eeng a fly
money to call meup long d bold up a p
tance from al over the county Keyhoenc
to report sghtltngs and other A. ort of unofl
fonmatlen h great detail.". for all auce
If the flow of new information cnommedrlialn r
s! the subject continues, he be- Ro
The a ve about thee
hives, he will have enough'new aveiearne
material for another book, ave a
though When he finished the fun ot thee
et one he had intended to drp ou the
e saucer subject. The Air.
The moat Idpressive new 2- hae a n
on on unidentifled ZW- have a kind
Son on over the
tbe Air Force
4 ce thiLtnew book IB fV with thef pu
merclId ry pilo p with the t
Fourteen airline pots hla nwhaet th
reported recently seeing unid bi. h the
ttfiable fying objects "whJ lghtings on
are just iltpossible to disml c iay thin
he says. the question

nomena or aircraft. And. it"-
ther thee
seem toiW the same patio
tern," Keyhoe explains.
Proof of the Importance of air-
line plaHltigh tta. Keyhoe b.W
IleVes, k e new Air Force puatt
to 4ve tl.l all sightings
Immediately, bylce. A new

B < - -
i how interested
ift this matter,"
r, be claim&, the
su&4deply be-
ne mong alr-
ire are hostile
era, and disbe-
roup, he reveals.
r, pow don't like
belr slghtings i
of bad afrlihe or.

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Ing long datanee.
know te critical re-
get when we do. The
that If you report
ing saucer It eoud
promotion "
iw finds himself a
'Ifclal reporting point
nor UPheAng. "The
and mltlary po-s,
y civlinans, tell me
things because thnfy
i that I Won't male
a#d that X will try
Information to good
Force and Keyhce
I of cold war going
question. He thinks
e Is not being frank
blio and is noverina
nowe. The Air Force
e recent flurry of
his book and unof-
1k he has exploited
beyond Its true Im.-

Keyhoe laims that he has yet
to get rich dff flying saucers. He
says he lost money on research
between book and that if he
had never written on the subject
he'd be better off today fina'i-
Looking to the futuree, Keyhoe
believes thg new Canadian an ll
car observatory at Shirley Bay
near Ottawa should produce the
most relible- new information.
It consists of complicated elec-
tronic devices which adtomat;-
dally set off a battery of movie
cameras when minute changes
)a gamma radiation, magnetism,
atpr 6 t6her, natural
nomena occur i tite. area.
In addition to that, keyhoe
believes that somebody shaou
start tr~hW to comamnate
with the*s tings when they are
He s .convinced there are In-
telliget beings Inide.

with a

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Scientists Wonder

-Of he PAN -Min

LONDON (U. P.) Where is
the Pek Man? lHu been sunk
at ea or adruks a pason brew?
Thi question, Is a n i the
minds of soentisti a the Brit
Ish Museum's disclosure that for
41 years Aey were fia d by the
f&ked Jawbote of t0e Poidu
an whose ilid remains,
up In Britala, were claimed as a
ik in the chan to Ada
The ek= ]Man was found in
about 12 years after the Pilt-
down Man, In a cave at Choukou-
en, 35 miles from the Chines
ital which used to be called
Ping and is now known as Pe-
The discovery put the Piltdown
Man in the shade. Scientists from
Britain and the United States
raced to the scene. The story be-
came more exciting with the dis-
covery of more fosii, Including
female specimens whoeh prompted
the theory that they were the
Adam and Eve of a million years
For more than a decade how-
ever, nothing has been own
about the whereabouts the Pe-
king Man and te ted persons
here have iredviews that he is
either at the bottom of the Pacific
Ocean or his bones ae been pul
verized to brew a traditional Chi-
nese aphrodisiac.
Charges have been made that
Amnericans Japanese and Chinese
ommuniss in trn confiscated
the fossils.
The monthly magazine Eastern
World recapitulated all the availa-
ble evidence recently and said it
was known that just befo r Pearl
Harbor (Dec. .7 1m41) Ir enry
s Houghton, diret of PeapIng'
Union Medical Colleg,_ased U.S.

fossils packed in bo to tC
wangtao a coastal town the
Manchurian railway.
A medical corpsman was detail-
ed, but he missed the train carry-
ing the fossil. Records show that
the train was looted by Japanese
soldiers on Dec. 5. This version

td i p lleds thad bones.
said Japanese offle rs had te
dipped by a scientist in Tokyo to
look for the fossils, but apprent-
ly theyere too i the bones
had disappeared.
When Cang Kai-shek's Nation-
alist armiesa wivere swept southward
by Mao Tse-tung's Communist ar-
mies, Communist Chinese scien-
tists searched fruitlessly for the
Pek~n. Man.
Dr, Pei Wen-chung, one of the
anthrepologlts who had found the
fossils in the cave 25 years earlier,
the openly charged the Japanese
wi having purloined bones.r

dr Jtaesae ns the JaMfirn tnh
in nsid pped n to
kX9 whee thn boees we lat
Ue's agents" Pal aille"a.
Dr. Harry L. Shapien of the New
York Museum's department of an-
thropolo rejected this charge
andca It politicall red her-

crge a a he awd th

"Wte avenrsy beri theki
Ma ,n bosoud.

S atd when their at-
Pokeig Mas'sis bods in New Yor

terthetm cotaing the Peking
Wants denid reach an Amei-d the
Nerthes coast, but the shipch
ai re *e bones went to the widw

I dMbm the Pacific.
i:tle the charges and counter-
blu :ashowed between ed
iba -uutoi States and Brit-
ki r most recent version lis
st l H Man's bones wound
I. @ w .W T It has been sur-
'Iked, hat' Japanese soldiers, un-
awtare of there value, obld the
bormes to Chinese traders who
around 4aem in the traditional
one mealn er as "pep" drugs


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f.Six Choirs To Join In Carol Singing

At Balboa Union Church This Sunday

9 Six choirs %kll unit e fo n

F ev Alexander H Shaw. minis- sing "Carol of the Bells" Ukran-1 The Balboa Union Church ex-

of the Chriinita' anthems at 1.,i te, .-i the Balboa Union Church, Polish carol "The Angels and the tends a cordial Invitation to wer-
alboa Un:on Church this co.n- ill pleach a Ci'istnias sermon. Shepherds Bohemian carol andi ship at both of these special
ins: Sunday at 10.30 a.m Tnh lale Of Two Kings." **Bring A Torch Jeanette Isa- Christmas Services.
In tie evening the adult ani bella" French carol.
Tl'e comoined choir, includtir" HliIh school Youth choirs wd il
three children s choirs, tlJ present a candlelight Christmus $150,000 in insurance and iOheH-
youth ch irs and the- ad.d: carol service at 7:30 p.m. TWl tance rom his parents deaths, pol-
choir, about '25 voices, %ill siag IWo lUUIII LC arIOdi U ice said. lImmediately aftet" the
"The Lilt e Town" by Block. Carols to be si.ng will include double death four month$ ago hne
"Christnas BPel. by Osgoud'J.JWlL ,u M and Wepman went on a spending
Other chair music will include The Citizens or Chartres" by Wo ll Ser lg spree that included lux ury ig
"Tne Angel' and the Shepherl b Dickenson. "Behold That Strr" at thl swank St. foritz Hotp, on
bv Cveck sung bv the Choriste.-sa spiritual by C.nkle. "Rise Up f itl~ 0Clktl enral Park South.
f1Hivh Schuo' Youth, anil,Shepherd' a spi itual by HeilPr llidlU I Uclyaill Young Fraden was being ques-
*'-res A Eonn In Tne Air" yW Theres A Son-- In The Air" t Iytioned but had not yet admitted
M-r::e.r., s ns by the adult cho,r. Harl:er 'Crpdle Song Of The NEW YORK. Dec 17 -(UP)- pat in
I Mrs. Ge(rae A. Thibedeau w:1l Shinh-rds' OTatz folk sonr. Police today charged two youths .
4di-ct the -hioirs with Mrs A. J. Lullqbv On Christmas Eve" o" with serving cyanide and cham. Misses Kisses
O'T eary at the orvan. Christi.i nia Carol Of Theipagne cocktails to the wealthy par.-
Ore 't.music wl'l include -Ca. Doves" Polish arrangement by.ents of one of the boys and arrang-. CHICAGO. Dc. 17 (UPI -
eo Pre*hdf by Diggle. "Can:.- Gaul, "Geju Bambino" by Yoa. ing the double murder to look like Mrs. Patricia Kolarik, 19. won an
9a de $oel" bv Adam an I "Sinm We All Noel" by York i^nd suicide. annulment of her marriage yes-
.pvt !de' by Brch "Hlleluish Chorus" by Handel lHomicide charges were file d terday after she testified her
The Sacrament of Bapti-i, by the Adult Choir The Chorl.- against Dennis Wepman, 23, and husband hissed her on their
and reepfopn o' new memnh.' terms i041- 1 r'ool Yo,.t-, wIll Harlow Fraden. 22. wedding day last May 23 and had
will be'bi theservice. T.i. ian capol, Hear The Ti d&in 'Fraden stood to collect some not kissed her since.



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Space Shi '

Air ConilMUt
LOS ANGLES (U.P..-r con-
ditioning systems wil-b t otald tea-
mure of iunmr a'op slh, accord-
lug to. Frederic HII. Green, of'
elIl of an air conditioning con-
Green said. air 'conditioning re-
quirements for space ships cannot
-be eliminated by substituting auto-
matic cont'olI eqdpment.
"Complex much sms need tle,
same envtonament as human be-1
igs.' he said. "In fact, for some
control futctioa., 'hual # beirgs
are more effieit' because they oc-
cupy less sp. < and weigh less."
S."Ie air coa L syAstm in a
"eric pressure, ,at wt I I =on-
Mtal air tem.Nit enhd. e -
tion,. but ct a|. is=stM atd
chemicals in.the alp aW lGreen
added. -.
SHe cited -a. few air seefon ing
* problems involved ias.it'5Ught of
-a space ship.
Since there will be no atmos-
phere, oxygen must be provided as
part of the air condionng sys-
vgen will be in
the form o liqukv.
it.v will mean there Wll l e o nat-
ural convection of air. Wari air
will not rise and be replhe6d by
cold air, as it does e.i the earth.
"A man confined I a s miall area
would soon be surround b by .car-
bon dioxide from his .own exhal-
ing." Green said, "eventually
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theory tthAt black absorbs hea in the pr ehurt %etba. An ai..t-
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pma-. ove.-
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W4" Aftes 10*i nftaribqthe Efie" 7b* a "Must," says D 811u:rry Cimring Is dreamAS of
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SiuMm "feet eed in throughboui Room for Day." on Bani Night.
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s. ablaee at least 1000 feet a- S isall = s I oe squeamish bout that wor object,
i *0eea the possibility need. ,s %esaa d the nauaes. ed to Jack Webb using t1e ttle,

mra t ee e *I'am a cop," on every one o
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9.mu ~tol sr yt lnaTinsp withNiiIS wood hears that Imaoge e csmp"a left "l that ve TV
pIila itng i e dimn co"a ready to idak a movie vs th a wTek eof
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nowpIn- fhuiWhV rng Nick. in a Iso'ies. Beu vi a-t Robert I glerameL
Snow g to the their "I'm a fu loving gal. I like
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held last night in
Oolon. AddW=o membership
pledges received aince the gen-
eral meeg hoeld in Panama
City on Dec. 5 ralged the total
number of soetlee pffliated to
little I' 4g, with a Oledg-
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M l0 Wthe associa-
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b=ra to favor rnce within the
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S iathae liaui crepw tage has
U a afrence for poll-
cita f f A.' au a result every
ffrt wube exerted to bring
thse 01A peleles within the
M- 0 ammittee has agreed
that the ,t~Pe field of Iasur-
ance eoftndered beneficial for
member of the various societies
should be thoroughly explored
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dMI wes may be
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FORD TAKES MIAMI OPEN Doug Ford of Yonkers. N Y. win-
ner of the $10,000 Miami Qpen Golf Tournament, receives the
v inner's check from Barbara McCrlrick, the Orange Bowl Queen.
oL Miami, Fla. Ford kept the pressure on during the tournament
until hi.s ble bieak came on the 15th hole, where he made an
eagle. He had a winning 67 for the final 18 holes, and a 272
inning total for the 72.

Faltering Philip
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Tomorrow P.M.

If the past four meetings of
the Balboa High School and the
Junior College of the Canal Zone
basketball teams are any crite-
rion the fifth contest between
these two clubs tomorrow, Dec.
18. should provide all who wit-
ness the contest with another
closely played game.
In none of the four games did
the winner leave the floor with
more than a small winning mar-
gin. and In two of the games the
victors walked from the court
with but a three-point advan-
When the Balboa High School
Red and White clad hoopsters
take to the boards for tap-off
time at 7 o'clock in the Balboa
Rymnaslum they will be seeking
their first win of the season. The
Bulldogs would like to put the
Green Devils of the College in
their places.
The Balboa High School men-
tor has been working with two
complete teams and will often
replace an entire unit. With eag-
er replacements watching, the
squad on the court must do Its
best to remain there. The College
lads are awaiting the opening
whistle wanting to put the ball
through the hoop.
Captain Joe. Oliver will take
the Junior College junior varsity
to the floor at 6.30 p.m. to meet
the Balboa High School junior
team, led by the tall Winklosky

College Cage Scores

Yale 77. Brown 69
Villanova 68, Princeton 56
Seton Hall 69, Providence 46
Duquesne 72, Ft. Belvoir 70
Westminster (Pa.) 91. Youngs-
town 51
Grove City 61, Edinbolo 59
California (Pa.) 73, Indiana
(Pa.) 70
Ithaca 93, UticaO 6
Norwich 73, Tufts 5 7
New Hampshire 83, MIT 71
Clarion 63, Slppery Beek 54
Glenville 76, Wet Va. Tech 68
West Liberty 82, Salem (W.Va.)
St. Bonaventure 78 ,St. Vincent
(Pa.) 57
Kings (Pa.) 80, Kutstoewn 71
American Univ. 54, Dickinson
(Pa.) 50
Franklin-Marshall 97, Urmnus 68
Elizabethtown (Pa.) 67, Lycom-
Ing 65
St. Lawrence 87. Alfre 74
wMarshall 71, Ohio Univ. 67 /
Boston College 77, Bratdels 74
Mass. 63, Worcester Tdob 55
Allegheny 80, Wooster 16
Duke 78, Davidson 37
Clemson 72, Presbyterian 56
Virginia 75, Gettysibg 73
South Carolina 9, Wofford 85
Wash.-Lee 70, Hampden-Sydney
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Atlantic Christian 3I, Catawba,
Tampa 88, Howard (Ala) 71
Southwestern La. SI, Louisiana
Col. 46
S ping Hill 79, Culve.Stockton
Richmond Pro Inst. 70, Gallau-
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MiAsuli 4a a Wbinhter (Me.)
Western KeMuSey Cinc ina.
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DePaul I s Soral 6
Central Mich. 8l Ta 67
Wayne (MIth.) Weibch. Normal
Lawrence Te Adrian 49
Central Oks.4 ieuthwestern
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Ill. euiean 7kI rth Central
St. Bendilt (Kai.) 8, MePher-
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Kansas Wesleyu . Doane 911
Bethel (Kn,,J 7. Tabr 56
St. Ambmos 9,'antzal Iowa 73
'Morningaidte V tmar 73
Wartburg 75, SL Cloud 58
Carroll (WIs.) 74 ,Ripen 63
Lewis (III.) 6, UMob Tech 63
Indiaa iSt. St, Coerdia (Mo.)
Wibhltsa 82 It
Bethay (RMa) Northwest-
uSo weat 7 4, CreIgbton
St. ThoMas (Mll.) 79, Carleton
77 -
Marietta i, West Va. Wesleydn
Oberlin 47, Pens (Ohio) 42
Capital 4, Heddelbrg 69
Witteoberg 91 Wlantington 76
Ashlad 88. Ohio Northern 81
Baleft Colleso f Pacific 68
Mina. Dululb 15 Bldwin-Wal-
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Wabp elase6oes., Valley City
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Indiana Central 72. -Mamheter

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Baylor M Tmas Toee 49 *
Houston 71, TAmar Tefth S U
Abilene Christian 71, Mllduler
Hardln-Simme s 0 Da l Lips&
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Arisena 7% Centenary 94
Howard Payne 190, Trinty
(Tex.) 61
A St. (Tempe) 76, Lep Apgel-
ea St. 81,
Arkansas AtM 7Uf giaderiMe 4O
Pasadena 71, New M osle 62
Ark, St. Tohns. 33, Ouachitas M
S9p Franelse6 72. San P anlseu
St. 47
Gonsg S.15, Los Angeles LeAys
Carron ('Mont.) 71, Western Men-
thna 65
Seattle Pae. 69. Northwest Nasa-
reno 51
Sacramento State 64. Lew-g
Clark 33'
Puget Sound 16, St. Mrtlns
(Wash.) 6
Eastern Oregon 71, College of
Idaho 77

Miami High 47, Key W6S 41
Okeechobee 43, Avo ?~3ff
Seaerest 52, BoL e GlIde 13
Fort Pierce 51, Pahokee 4:
Coral Oables h, Southb 3Br*W
Miaml Beach 44, ComsUtn 4 ,
Lake Worth 4N. Vo. Bero "
South Dade 56 St. Pat's 21
Jeff. of Tamp 41, Orlandeo
Edgewater 3
Apoka 45. Clermont 25
Winter Park Wldwood 51
Venice 49, Wnauiuma 41
Wamuchula 64, Iatow 56
Tarpon Spgs. 49, Plant City 0S
Lakeview 56, SL Leo 52
Olph (Tampa) U, Hernando 1 I
Fort Meado 45, Mulberry 46 ;
Lafge St. Paul's 386
Dunnellon 54, Anthoy u .
Orlando Boons 53A Day..db i
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jOGAME (7:30)
r lM!m: Brownies
.( i). Boaern
7, Yankees L
M1Iotn Jboe, a former Na-'
tidhal I hthanded rbux
er, toe the mdmnd
for & Professalnal
Leau -ig Brownies tonight.
whit meet the last plaef
the third time this
Humbato Robinson, who haa
lost h ae and won one agalst
the lIu leaders, will be the
Bombea, starting pitcher.
La.x1ftht lIeague official an-
ao a th10Mat, the Bombers will
soon bo ngthened by first
baen a Taylor, who hb
kyd t 'the big leagues. Tay-
or I#s -l to arrive on the
Isthmn Ovr the week end.
.To Tommy Hughes made
e e uue debut at night i
and for four aingp the young.
star did right J, Hivig up on
y one fan o tWo hits.However,
ranve O6iaIdstone's three-run
hom6 r41 the fourth broke e
game open.
.IVbertC da. who went the dis-
tance fet toe oi rd time thla
D, liturned in another, IBM'l
terlul ormnance for his third
consecutive triumph. It w PI
Clerk's 58th victory in Panam
Pro League competition, which
Is also the record number of sue-
ceaUes. I
Reinalde Grenald and Glad-
stone each had two hits in five
trips to pace the winners. For
th losers, Bud Hardin-with two
for fouir--Wa the only Yantee

tarne oe than one afy..
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play anywhe
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Du fe i and that Dutud t
club. Wth-Dck Ricketts, Slhul
Gree uzd, Jim Tueker. RicktA
A ucker. slx=
aId i .4-who might omb o
to t p est of them all, si
tbiee. Coah Moore Is a -e
'zrt of ,the first order,. ot9
doubt evezt be can find rbom
tehr of lie watches thts cIua
.hape pThey'll be In the Hol
IdNgltal at MadlsoA Squa
UOtdrwlter this month.
Lasalle still ha Ton Gol a
Ohn bienou h to make the Phl
adPtlpa ,utfit' s tough as the
come. Gol, six-alx. Is one of tl
you'll see in a long time.
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he several years ao but this sea- 0 elr manner, Don ayton
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A) s~n ell's were the 1 akeea" of
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a- Bu o. With PibatPest outrt he/"labs tht! Powill
O.s the ture for the coming ear, ne to what he hopes will be
e" h will dave be another pennant.
of cahi s many of the. pt- Cstobal igh School cham-
ter --___---__ --t-- __ of a r 1952 and rnra-u p of
-y we tA. Hopnder the dlutlon
S WI c P to field a todable
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nine has been goi ngh
2 T Ribbn long and ruelling workouts In
eo Pa t s effort to put soae more
naM 1 VpyB at the plate ad iew up
Sutan slack spots In a prom
Itj C., In mmde eae,.
t tepctue t n 1 ese are the teams that will
& 1h %Vill h. 'b be read ft action ona. 7
x- --- when Mt. ope Stadium again
~i many o te n "TM ob the 8cene of basea.
oi Th9 Bro.lyn dodgers een conaderate r vea o
b reced the National in the brand of e
l- *bl ritbon W" d by the Gold Cottw-p
re *n ian award that i rs t
I .beedming an anntlal Po- equently the race have
odnoa in Flatbush. bpg closer and for the pa5t two
3d tmlng a scant total 61 ifw. the lune was in 46ubtk
iI- 1i5er b, lowest total tn't We'- ra* down to the playing of the
Y cuM7 the Dodgers wound upgwl t two game. Bqt the. Balboa
he a, M fielding percentage, t oie and Powell raUMs are not
po0ite better than t1he mari complete and at local tal-
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HRISEM "BCECOMM FIVE-Noft Dame's fmed esur Harae g Mru 11^a Aw
Johnny L Is juseited-with the Heisnan Troph, at New Yorf's Downtown A=big i
The oiZa quartet are. left to right, Don Millre r Layde. Jimmy Crowley .d hany
Sdreher. (N4)

are urged to contact one of the
managers immediately.r N w r L-
We failed to mention earlier 'FIR IT I
in thUs article that the well- 1
known basebalier, Lldy7 Alberga,
who.has played in the Panama, FOR
C.Z., Pacifle and Atlantic Twi-
light Leagues, will be at the helm B Dninin -R
for the Balboa Brewers and will Bedroom, ining-Room, Liing-Ioom
Rive a fair chance to any pros- n i A N TM .
pective plyer, IMPOSE AND NATIONAL
Don Brayton of. Powell'a, too,
is anxious to receive some calls Only finest selected -'dl6d mahopany used. *
and look over new flesh. Just in Choose your own styles and colors
cam neither of the above two
can be cOntacted, this writer,
Trevor Simons, will be glad to PAYMENT PLAN TO SUIT CUSTOMER' .
make contacts for any interest-
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z PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 1
-(UP) -Allied sources disclose
today the United Nations w I
broadcast "come home" appeal
by sound truck next Tuesday o
Wednesday to 22 unrepatriated A
rierfican war prisoners.
The sources ssid the broadcast
ill be 1rade-if interviews ar
t conducted before then-witi
hope that Indian guards wil
able to do some convincing
among the recluctnt poows.
A Korean who visit the Corn
3tinist compound Tuesday nigh
identified three Americans as un
Willing stay-backs anti named twq
ignore who were doubtful.
The Korean, Kim Mun Zo. re
Valed in an interview at Seou
that the die-hards are armed witl
daggers and the wavering prison
s feel a "constant threat" o
Swath hanging over their heads.
The army refused to release the
mes of the mer. identified by
m but through a coincidental in
n announcement one was iden
ed as Cpl. William A. Cowar
Monticello, Ark.
im had told allied authorities
wing his escape that one ol
e Americnas desiring repatria.
n was in the prison camp hos
1. The Indians' announcement
Id Cowart had gone to the hos
al for treatment.
he South Korean said one ol
Americans, whom he did not
entify, refused last week to sing
risoner petition and later show
a willingness to face interview-
his prisoner changed his mind
en he heard about 40 other pri
ers debating, "should we kill
a guy?" Kim said.

ew Indochinese
mier Nay Favor

i ay In Peace Move
JAGON, Indochina, Dee. 17 -
P)- Premier Nguyen Van Tam
his government resigned today
r a showdown conference with
peror Bao Dai produced no so-
Won of their differences.
cominunlque telegraphed from
iEmperor's residence at Delt
P ao Dai accepted the resig-
o immediately and -thanked
Prime aialster and his cabinet
the work they have accom-
in the past year."
L fmed quarters predicted that
Utnce Buu Loc will be chosen to
Itoeeed Nguyen as Premier.
. ie1 Pdrine is supported by five
lg nationalist groups, each of
jilCh controls its own semi-inde-
^deat feudal state within Indo-
inese Viet Nam.
F a. Dal's ,differences with the
uyen regime arose from recent
ipmunist "peace" offers in Indo-

'he outgoing Premier favored
]l~mediate examination of the Red
a even though he realized
I might be a trap. Bao Dal
iore'd dealy until a new French
rment as formed next month.

Z Police To Sell
33 Automobile
At Public Auction'
A 1933 Chevrolet coupe will be
rt up for public auction Dec, 28
10 am. in the Balboa Police
a The car according to poltee,
be put Into good, running

Air Speed
,"CHICAGO, Dec. 17 (UP) -
rline stewardeares are slipping
I husband-catchers, it was re-
Vtsled today.
United Air Lines said a survey
S900 youna women showed
at the average atewardels
rks about 89 months before
snares a man and retires.
ring World War II iost
rdesses needed only 18
to get married, the air-








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Nation Pays Jet 0

To Wilbur, Orville

KI'TrY HAWK. N.C.. Dec. 17 Afterward thp plane, a con- The Navy, Marine Corps. Ar
iUP, A nation zealously ventional World War II fighter my and Air Force flew all type
guarding Its military air a'- and a modern jet were scheduled ot craft in use today over tn
premacy paid a thundering ova- to pass the special anniversary celebration area. The Air Force'
tion to the air age on this gold- bleachLrs simultaneously In a2 "Thunder" jets performed -i
en anniversary of the dawn of Intricatel' timed "span of exhibition tight-formation aero
power fliht today. light" maneuver. batils.
Thousands of persons gathe--
ed at the Wright memorial -:n
the windwhipped sands of Kill
Devil Hill to see a mighty air
show staged by modern fighting
aircraft and the oldest plane ,n
The ancient craft 1812 Cur-
zlss pusher-type plane wis
reconditiu.ned to re-enact the
historic flight made by Wilbuir
and Orville Wright from the
same spot 50 years ago today.
The nation's most mode-n
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age was launched by the plou-
eering Wright brothers.
Billy Parker ai veteran pilot,
hoped to lift the old plane over
the same course that Orville
Wright flew his first successful
heavier-than-air craft 120 feet
In 12 seconds.

Widnmark, Cameron,

Cooper Gel Serious

During 'Fist Fight'
OURUAPAN, Mexico. Dec. 17-
iUP)-Actors Gary Cooper. Rich-
ard Widmark and Cameror
Mitchell got serious during thi
filming of a fist fight over red-
haired actress Susan Hayward
today and ended up needing firsi
The alugfeat was supposed tc
be only technicolor play acting
for 20th Century Fox's "Garden
of Evil," being shot on a volcanic
mountainside near here.
But the three actors kept on
slugging after the Cinemascope
cameras stopped turning.
Director Henry Hathaway had
to part them.
The actors, who claimed they
didn't hear the order to q uit
fighting, mumbled apologies and
shook hands. But after being
treated by the company doctor
they went their separate ways.
Cooper, who suffered a sprain-
ed wrist and a cut lip, said he
was just following instruction to
make the fight "look good."
"I didn't mean to clobber any-
body," he drawled.
Mitchell received a blackened
eye and a scraped neck. His
pants were scorched when Coop-
er dragged him through the red
co40s of a camp fire. Widmark
came away from the brawl with
lumps on his head.
Mitchell guessed "we all are
short tempered because we can't
be home for Christmas."
Widmark blamed "simple re-
flex action. You get hit and you
hit back instinctively."

PC Employes To Gel

Falter Paychecks

After m January 1
Panama Canal Co. and govern-
ment employes can look Corward
to a slightly fatter paycheck after
the first of the year when United
State income taxes will drop 10
per cent.
Effective with the pay p.erod be-
ginning Dec. 20th, the withholding
lax d te d from the Jan. 11 Pay-
checks will be reduced 10 per tent,
thus giving the Canal employee a
slight salary increase.
At the ;ame time, there will be
a minor increase e i social se-
curity tax-from one and one half
per cent to two per cent or about
a one-third increase. This will af-
fect only a minor portion of the
Canal employes, however, a Jmost
of them are included i the Civil
Service retirement plan. I
Only about 350 employes of the
Canal org anization currently pay
the social security tax, it was es-
timated. Most of these are
!loyes who are classified as ladeI
At te and are not included in the
retirement act.
The higher income tax became
effective in 1950, shortly before Ca-,
nal employes were required to pay
income taxes. The ten per ena in-
crease, voted by Congress the
was to meet expen-es of d Ko-
rean conflict, automoKatcly e-
pires at the end of this ked
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LONDQN, Dec. 17 (UP)-Pylme
Minister Sir Winston Churchll add-
ed his wprfning to that of Prsident
Eisenhewer and American re-
tary of State John Foster ules
today I. declaring the European
Army mast be approved.
He told France, in particular,
that the consequences of abandon-
ing the army project, which-would
place (0,000 uniformed Germam
at the' dde of their West Europepa
nelight In a unified defense
forces would. be placed squarely
before .the French people."
Chultrcb made his comments In
a report to the House of Comlons
on Br*tt foreign policy and his
Bermauu talks with President Zi-
senhoWer and Premier Joseph
Laniel et. race.
Meaa*tile from Washington it

Pa. Ivid Woris

In MArzed Buggy
Twelve years ag. a doctor told
Steve Namadamb he only had six
more months to live.
But Steve has "a lot of livin' to
do yet," oven though multiple scle-
rosis, the dread disease which cut
down baseball-star Lou Gehrig and
many'bthers, now forces him to
use a "motorized buggy" to get
around his cafe here.
Steve operated a popular truck-
er's stop on well-traveled U.S. 51
near Beaver Falls until the disease
and the new Pennsylvania Turnpike
nearby bega- plaguing him at about
the same time. So he sold that
business and bought a tavem re.
As the disease began making his
long hours o"*e and more dif-
ficult, Steve conceived the idea of
the "1notrised buggy." He put to-
gether the stee g apparatus from
an old l1, th tranml_.
ske from a *&s Ing machine, alum
minum' side. ft'n a wrecked trail-
r, a foam nr e seat and a one-
Turd horsepower motor.

lit tme i. me-made eontrap".e,
he wbued ed the restate .
--to OhsItahia to pick p
deo to i pl to anw a ea
Waa IV nd a a track
(th br.
wmho Is uualma d and the

was reported that President, El-
senhower is directing a new tough
foreign policy which consist.- @pst-
ly of blunt and public rem idars
to friend, and foe alike that. the pa-
tience of the United States can be
The patience of the Congfes is
just about exhausted already in
se9he areas of foreign policy. That
IU why Dulles jolted e peoe of
France this week with a Wjnlng
Itt ratification of the European
Defense Compmunity plan is long
'American diplomats have been
saying that to French dplbmats
for weeks--but privately. Congress
last session tagted half the for-
-elgi military a funds for distrib-
uton to the -European Defense
Community. No community; nt.
distribution of hall of the funds.
It is as simple as that, and the
French government long has been
aware of those facts.
But the French people were not
aware of them until Dulles said
KDC must be ratified or the Unit-
*eo States must take another look
the whole defense picture.
Dallas talked bluntly. He had to.
It will be the job of Dulles and the
President during the next session
of Congress to explain why' the
EDC keystone has not been laid
la the defense arch.

Local- Rate Councils To Have

Monthly Parkt With Seybbld

Monthly conferences between presentatives of local-rate civic
the Goverlnor and his staff councils.
representatives of the reeMftI Invited to attend the rt
organized ies coImuncl of tr meeting will be the five mem-
local-rate casmonities te ra o the general orgautilUon
Caumi Zontea wIl )e ixuguwts conunittee and the rld
nqext Tuea ternoA 1ad vloe re oL tOw
the &iW oant t 2 Members of the ge.eaM eo m-
Tbe. ContIerece will be o- mattee who aus erva guntR A
t r1XVe N~costw {r 0bdsbeD4 M:
me" HWsiinm$"of Ifbdauw
set; Ernstt
ta? Arthur W.
SWr and Zaqarkswa
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REFUSES TO ANSWER While her lawyer Victor NRbl0iowitz
bites his nails. Sylvia Berkie, a New York City public paoepl clerk,
refuses to tell Sen. Joseph McCarthy whether she had been a
Communist. During heaitags in New York, she refused to answer
on the grounds that it might incriminate her.

Churchill Joins Ike, Dulltes

In Talking Tough To France
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SVERSAILL S, France, Dec. 17,
S (UP)- ocia candidate Marcel-
braham Lincoln. d d N today led.a field
:of ht catis in the bal-
'" l by the trench National As-
FV CENTS mbly and Seate for a new Pres.
Sident of France.
SBut Naegelen fell far short of
Swinnlng the absolute majority (462
Svotes) of the ballots cas .
y first ballot ave Naegelen 165 e
to 15 for Premier Joseph niel.
Foreign m ster Georges Bidault
Came t r" l With 131.
Wr I h t Several additional candidates are
expected to come forward for the
rn another form n f tribute to seod ballot.
s the Wright Brothera a Nations.l The wier -of the presidency,
e Airlines DC-7 racked the : -h carries a total of salary,
.< transcontinental l d record Maintenance and office expenses
-n for commercial pl ea today by' of $136,0 yearly, wll lead Frafet6
soeedlng from L As eles to th, through one ol the. gravest crisis
nation'scapitalin fve hours an- to croatt FourthRepublic.
54 minute The balloting will continue-
The previous record was si much in tho inanner of an Amer.
hours and 17 initje, made by alcean presidential nominating con-
Lockheed (Conateation n 1 veo tl onecandidate wins
David P. naunspo and L. J. the required majority.
Roya'bth of M Fla., p1- The powerful Gaulist block (UR
loted the transport AS) named Senator Paul Kalb as
There were no rear e of Fance J t before the voting
gers aboa'd tb Dr-1 which was wa due to begin.
making a fexr flight from the
coat. ) The right-wing Gaullists control
Meanwhile ftom Germany on 121 seats of a total of 946 senators
the Wright'br.ohert annliversa- and deputies, and their votes--so
ry came a &ad fct of this age far tunpledg d officially could
of supersonic jet flIut: play havoc with the careful strue- *
The noie,of jet p aies throws ure of bargaining needed to VWO'I
the "radar" equipment whln name a new preeldent.
enables homing eoni to fly The bombshell announcement I
back tar their onw roost cor- threw into further obscurity the
pletely out of gea. result of the contest.
This 'aa dils e d by the Kalb an Alsatian, is vice-presi-l.
North Bavarian Pleop Breeders dent of the council of the repulIc
Assn. (Senate) the .'rench upper house,
'Last bummer they sent 1,000 but politically is virtuaBy n .
of their beat-trained homing pig- nnown
eons to&ngland and. Nortq Ger-
many te>rae h.3,. N Pi iThe Gaullist arty announce,
one re ;*-Ue,..,uet said Kablb-ba bee, ehe I "

That meant the *e pllded .
trottet'*- Gailliats had fita en"y d ths 7jtS
be HI ayl trial hn an&d inid
Ttrom t have 41pow Ym *e .m.U
lve inve r so wats b chon..

"The birds flew into a inaneu- rui .1aS 1a
ver area,' the aq iclatlen ald.,ir eada a,. s
"Their senue of brlenttlt u al mOa.
direction was oniliy Upaet an lc T .
by roaring dEt fght rookie' .
and artiincifOees% te nga .as--. d -lle to A. ts
Other pgeon breeers are re- .
turnni the slot bird, by .
to owner whose names and a b t '
dresses are:attahe d sllst laidlnd t
the pigeonS' let7' n f 5 dmMMMr Afe iis
S--"direcn whih

Crlin~ei lan grAr Sranse with ii1te8iyi'
byofrom tg waited Stattsh ad tb
ato ownea l

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turn. by secret b out
AGANA Guam Dec. (P)- debate, r the s ewpre
A crippled auperfort bomber deot.
ficers' housing proje tod, ast is required for election.
ling 17 men women and c he Ving may st ballot
d'en as it plunged a half-nille after ballet, as at a UJ. potical
swath of destruction before eoaveatlc, before a deelsion is
breaking into pieces. reached.
An Air Force colonel, his wife
and their there children were Outgoing.President Vicent A
among those killed In a sh er w hom many FNphwtehm
of flaminR gasoline and dems would Mk to see eele l, ha s
hurled by the plane. Their home mm that he wou
was reduced to ashes. and go fishing. That
e kven others were Injured i the election open to mo r
the accident and three firemen tical leaders many Of w
were hurt fighting a series of e been eleetioneriae
blazes in the project. eseem for weeks.
All of the casualty were
Americans six children to premier Joseph LalAd.FaLft
women and one officer who per- n Minister Georges
lahed In their homes, and eiSht fioy earclared ca l
of the 16 airmen aboard wllown out
Eight other persons aboard the U 1
plane were saved. Two were lp l
critical condition. Two oftlceraI
and one child who lived in the -.,
project were also hurt. WH b IB

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