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.a who On of rlthe me>, m'd eennetft NAAne tAriter ratsKoes. WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 (UP) Earl D. Jeohn
n SohiNAAC A who has been to the Canal Zone just once during his t
Ittof f'irt 4 Int eo as chairman of the board of direct of the Poanam
that tt hs. p. P *'blobbed ite nal Company, is to retain his PinConal charm
ego S when his post as Army undersecretary is taken over
S ts~e wtcedse~ sel y. The wa' 25 by John Slezak, who has never been to the Zone
SeRTo C ome e has no present plans to do so.
ab l a *a d bareV t The resignation of Johnson from the second-
wndee h u ma 0a OK a ing Army Deportment post was announced Tuesday
Si pr wato W urds. N oR oDee. 8 ( th --i the White House which at the same time appointed SW-
thed denoaf tod y ca.ned the tiLree Negro=s Because Johnson, in his capacity as undersecreti1,
bomlr .nr. PalAm rcan GI s Icoressing had been named chairman of thi Cratal board, it had
S2 a. ithei.ii-to return 0 the United been expected that when Slezok assumed the hig
beeJ-.' .e Th e ee BanzatUon e te Army Department -office he also muld be named
1no ir h three sotlhr, Cpis. C ,rence C. chairman, although there had been no official announce-
Sdams a nd Wllm WC. White met regarding that point.
return "Join the ht for A Pentagon source sid today that it now has bM
Sthe fun l ty Of your race." decided that Johnson will continue as board chairman
As -a r CAd, t m" 4.,e bet- for the present.
L terOI. be"asEt ,boust There was no indicate on how fog he would remAO|
IRAnelmair n pwegraetW i.n thto post o who ev enally might succeed kim.
Im r t a,,"e s
am. Indang < oes hae led
I 6,tm le2 th offers
I H r 4 eoea l a event anyrile t Th"Uwe C:alaV e'aIIoM-
XM ; .,haw ben -itunded nautl
t,-apen M. n De I eases'aSuehe Bank off NIW WM
We d&" apparenY" told a court yesterday that the eight days, is now _
Shd-oe unlat Amern-eligous meeting" attended further instrutios to
eable d C t 8s u n d a y by Janet Rosenberg deotiation from the i
SReablesous said the offJagan and other leftlBt leaders lota MercCante de Gran
cers planned It drive a loud- was highlighted by l7,.t~tih, hbia, it Iw learned tody.
b'I t 1, ig" c p B cto tBacToie aPeewhesan dtti-tritish o fr W I S tor d othe1 aeit W1fei
S < peakern tg Alongside othe e e h In b l b fmth ageb e W1t
n bu appeals while anti-British propaganda. and McKay. the hi is In
..for* a the barbed wid fence to rescue Mre. J h. wIte of deposed shape .I needs pl e
was q aq--sdlad-her as hahey atr- .olne Otf these togen s th $hb u 21-year-o on trial on char of attend- from the owner fs t udit-
AyPoweve r was enthe twtoo e w rale to et the outh K risoner who es- ing an illeal po l.l meeting. position trhe vessel which oa-
.h r at license plae. On other occa- S O *ed te t ld compound sand They say their aeson was a rerts a cro bofd cofoe pod. e
a me! in Bobs" oc-robbeoeahon a wu wh was up late m a Toa
d a t the rest o -one nlht because sBiun Amriean i wer be held Police said no relr o ltera- Pendgtingw riatitoans frwm
msels *t rt a able toaulpr, sup' the last gatnht th er r'e a rs it e
Author number e itcens plate le houwsh they conr a crsstoba ro the tsom ber tote
nab and- Checklg with plce check- With twhf1prlation dead- althou ghm the y o ntmh e d a Cri tom aloby nthn e to r T exaseO
e did h nl fihermn, ~i point.aig the way,e the line ly days away the hBrosh or suspldingiot
S h ebh eve rad mils. y .to kn0, a td rwo decties learn t Chorrocra U-t oudpoi litl n olonial constitution and elxpeWa bul-
Wt e dworunkS.AW-la %rl oonelit shewasuntele- fAmm A- that two nwise serving o fe b Americans before ing Jagan and five other PPP
','ao lroIet- rWitnesses said Mrs. Mdes~ rths'hipm"db
pci tn n uImte ber.. toaC ms obt. .er have posted The trial resumR today.
Ch ecking with poo lieeAs-heck- 1 1, guards outsideadathugtey ___
a ,nd. lineGill:number number roa some A lmohletsermheconr were theueeax
k St. o., housewife uneport4 h had c- using inded Monceada and ea shout for ha-
was the b Wmran ever con- curng at resort tw Prado i y had their quar- swy et" 10-foot gate Is fWARSAWr. .sn gt
*, federal erler. wear igtified ry. "pladed innocent. ,.frgms enclosure was (UP) Meabega of
sipwas hi 4 A r e s eTor- when p oe_, but hU- young ) e h aCatholi hcasreby
Co7r"Mm -e0tnyn2,ad atomieatdi-alWtotecoic-tuondopfreedom, of lo-yalty to
alus .eac, allt ,iI. recone; e onf the Te 3201. SRaoe poud eak e retime---ftalleenerdeoy-.t
cror. 'R ead al oae a t r doA thamwo a who erebe- rre WouShp include hre- lo nasb en thr tOn o ."
ronn iuandlt I nG tora f ino8oureuders cotdimgs ,tadUltheIr rsonrT BIt9 lish mnn
i aand oo eowns bete o.and would be ed today.
Sare a for s. the U.N. co- It was believed like also that C
on s with n eaned aasded they never would Berta will be shot in e ck of
.' cfroo -a te Zanp ask o rprlatona o eent of Aon fe FtoreiP .
they As* at Ih r 0to Theta's 5 n1*
't heI" tWedearthe --wereu ardso 2 So viet "ne the purge
Wts kotrals, n ofethe. lauLaeone^smIe a nievn a nnderrateyw-
No..aoilheuneoR, I haovRe otar Cte.h B ti .. toaminn
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Se4M MONTHS.fp, ADVANCE -ofe an fs oc By VICTOR RIESEL
V ANC E Aro. r Fls *0 '-- o ,
THIS It YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN CO' UMN So this fellow Harold Bowers,
Ii% ..ith a record of four arrests on
charges of robbery, possesalon ofta at
SA I gun. grand larceny and congrega- / W
Lion with known criminals, gets up --, .1
H AI\ L at the meeting of the New YorkI
waterfront **Pistol Local" the other I
o night and says that he can an- -
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers The Panome Am -n. ounce the support of HarryTwsW lII.-".' ..I,, I
ken. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly seni. ridges.
da~el mo .... There were 200 longshoremenIn l.
I trou semtrbte a letter don't be Impatiet it it doesn't appear the the hall at 502 W. 41 St way over-
smen day. Ltes era published ein the order receive d.n wo's o ag y os Se
Pl66 tro It keep the letters limited to one pge length that New York 'st y were Side,,,
othatvisTIetestntiden,y were the
idelley el later writes is held l sietste t "e n "-s*deieno. faithful. So the y expressed no
This meWarepl ehsumed no respoasibolity for dfertatm *l pimens surprise when Mr. Bowers revealed B
Mopressed In lettais fromresiers. that he could get funds and even .
ilt nd vetbs manpower from the West Coast on m n
a Longshoremen's Union leader who
t glSAN ANTONIO BUGLE ha long been the. whip a ofscciet- .__ U- ".ta- ,ai. trp..
San Antonio, Texas. ItWs so much healtier never to a
express surprise. This isethe way
Bowers w ants It so everyone just
Sir: sits and then drifts home slowly
alter the 'rest expresSion of work' ".ble to
Another Christmas is right on us and instead of good cheer ing class gmocr in parts Nof th
the air Is filled with hate. Why can't the world settle this ten- ola Internmtiona altongshoremens
ion? I for one in this part of the country celebrated the 50tno Ass'n. ousteed from the AFL 's
anniversary of Panama's birth rnd thanks to Judy Parada halve ouste mhe F t
Its pennant hanging in my room. To explain the poker faces on -.' i "
.. Jthe doekwallopers at the session, Bot. i*- e .1
A surprise call last week from two of the oldest old timers of let me acquaint you with a little
Canal Construction days, Thos. J. Ebdon and Louis F.Hanse. Tom known "'Who's Who," gotten up by 1 v
is living right her in San Antonio and Louis In California. Tom the New York State Crime Com...i.
is visiting his daughter and son-in-law Capt. Manuel Aguirre At mission.
Randolph Air Force Base. d
Bowers. who spoke with such fra-
We have barely had a light frost at three different times and ternal warmth of Brother Bridgis,
I am still eating papaya from neighbors' tree that survived last was appointed International Long.
season's weather. shoremen's Asstn.b4;era nd
Filend brought me a bag of navel oranges but they don't wheredthe men average $50 a week
match mine in Boquete. earns $15,000-every year.r -s
Fruit and vegetables from the Rio rande Valley are plenti- The Crime Commission reported
ful and right In price; meat sla some cheaper; living expenses are that "He admitted that he has no ers ws at
t b o h ig h C onstruction is still so arin g w ith n ew ho m es going up aid em iho w tto__edthatfi nancilhe re-It-__"__1__ d u n 't ipe de aide tr i p Om
everywhere and ground broken for as$12 and a halt million ang- tar. Daom nick Geno-va, a fo rmerd i
ar for B-SDe at Kelley. to Domnic aenod,, aL former '%is juuu. i.01i1 sd M1
Mr for B-36 t Kelley. member of Local 824, testified that ,to"s OW'exez a.and
SChristmas spending is slightly off over the country but they ng in control ofthe upper North ountr
are spending plenty. The country seems overstocked with auto- i~tver piers headed by Harold'ss t ",The = lf11 W t
ipobiles but we are building more roads to keep 'em rolling. cousin, Michael (Mickey) Bowers a ,dat.i. .-U ,-,f i
a convicted bank robber." The Fed- ihy riT -0"
W. J. "Pop" Wright erals are noi checking both Bow. .est "._. n raS
erses very carefully. a" a't
Answer to Previous -Puzzle The rank-and-file of Harry Breid. SA ain. l e e r de t notprl Iou s a a nat o's
Be asty lit I a'mf ges1' union on the We'. Coast idea that the Unlted. ta. tI a .talr .. r *e a, completely rea tr near _ut ,u i.gt, It
might like to read a gay comment Soviet Union woui"d toule only in t alul tome 1 1 rfam and the terested in power development.
Son the Bowers local, published i contributors of atomic materials f U is the odly country other Denm ik- hs n national atm d
ACOS 7 Mexican fo ..Aod. this gory Who's Who, now a sort of Presmident Eisenhower's new plan than the U. and USSR making i energy anm but the Um
I ,Catli kebeast War god working manual for the TreasurE for p.aicetime development of atomic weaps. Britain hasa lo varsity of awork u8
tle s Alholc Dept. and the FB atomic eneftgy is Pt a nto ofefet, and- h -powered research reac-. der ielas i t"e B.*
i' carnivore ,t e id 1 Th bPistolL Ild e cb ompiet wr s. There torand swell advanced on stud themost fmanmu lan
i4 Ausended I. --Dep.nd had a particularly difficult time domen other freeaworlda countries to er. Germany is 'from bav
1Wld a 1T Rout sa eguarding its books and records. mke the Eisenhower plan a sue. Canada is not interested In bomb lag an atom program g
l osesa 1o R oue ( ab.)d On at least two occasions the oces even if Russia dedea not to production but it has a complete now, but ra...fthe l01ia
17 PoesAe es 21 Aeea b th ,l, offrerceposr tolaesnm up. research tenter at Chalk River 125 ropuap Defe si ntmea ity pgre
140 ,e 22 Dress socas oehes. The last 'theft T'hTe Atnonommunist countries a les west of t l. It has ee mebt would give its many a
e23 puner 31 Three-spot in 46 Demolish of the records occurred on the very with active atomic energy pro. reators. Add tal reseal Is sfestists a re -iI
20 Orga of sight 24 Tacturn cards 47 Roman roa day the Commission served a subgrams are Britain C ana rd done l five universities. Coa a's o V pm ant. West eVman haIto
a s. 2Blblleal name 3' African fly 48Disorder pena calling for their production. rnee, West Germany, Norwa, uralum 4 a ita are amti the n.ialpUlum deets, but east
Asal ... L24 God of love Intt r lett" ,, b, The Netherlnd, e- largest in t wor ld. m has. Ial hs no
Sld 27 Narrow inlets The circumstances surrounding Switzerland, Italy, Indla. The. Frenh ateiw e energy lrom le p w a .oi antt rg tinrgp
2Arimig2" Suffix 42 Horse's gait Edgar in- ese and o her missing records talia and Brail. There is, in gram, unlike those of America, dsfl concerns Is lvatly
Change -0 Line-* 48 Persian ry 53 Born lead to a-&-escapable inference addition, a cooperative European Britain and Canada, Is operate ascela o a o r e rero
4 Trepla unction 44Mstthat the officials concerned feared Coun el for Nuclear Research, with Duwi 1 l g -s aee vFrance Swie.rled is litnithe world'
SmammEal uathe consequence of Ano audit. by the a laboratory near Geneva, Swits- hk F da r epnt a hneair moat powerful perl e ee woe t
SCat "llar C, s , , ommission." erland. This organization is set up I. Iker. uw I is tor for- r aesb a Ctr a
ha I i Fi r That'saneducated guess. u r the United Nations. Being her own orm end e McasE Eur anI& lar wt i. .'t
8 aela e we established, this Is an i nitu. colonies. Re eas Fr a ce an- In a isSthe- s Ai an com trp ,
lAnimalo @ i tion which could carry President nounced a l r, l lon that am shown aemlte tIn in
lr. for er "The Pistol Local also developed Eisenhower's idea forward. pi'ogram to develop -sa. atomic clear dovelopmmt. India's ma d
Sna method of probing into the mner Gordon Dean former chairman power proran bause t q count -resource is in thorim deposits t l the ol
40Dnersweet minds of its members and for of the Atomic Energy Conmisala, try has no eIguh' not yet developed for extensive ~ AFI, ch40
To.w i IItwo decades Bowers' .l colleagues made a complete roundup on the orway and Ite Netherlands hl m... f.ias asl io
4 b.) n bershi wanhom the fas leaithful mem ams of these other countries jointly operate a reactor near Irauil lSo has thorium le"a good -e 'M h"
4 bershi anted as leader s without abook, "Report on the Atom," Oslo. The Norse have contributed i ts and re ea c r in I a t a
4 aey even otering to aonsult them in The most ImAportant point he heavy water and the Dutch ursani nceipal averat.it a. C. M.G,,h at.
4UP rtr'e advance of nominations. There's A a eis that the ni tes urn o ne of the research is so- cttes, head a t work t s k, is f
45 HPrarled ...an affinity of leadership and memf. i rn't hae, and never Lv 've, cret, and the scientific staff comes ited with a leading-rola in ar tif,,
Hanlesd baership for youl la onopoll on atoic .. from all over western Europe. clal production of mesons at U n i
Irritates v BrotherBa I I. velopmedt. I t The Dutch also have a research varsity of Califomnia, one of th e -i 1
I Phipp roe Bridges and his West The g eatestmelaity k e center near Amsterdam headed most Important postWar discover.
IS._ **''*M' Mim .P suiCost longshoremen will, of course, bave, as by C. J Bakkr, who a heads les d t t w m
h _rsI I I bge fasin d by the follow e'- dther N" Iup the European center is Switzer. Austral, with arini n
Scerpt fromdg e record: Seturs In er Austai, with p ' '"3ui
cerpt from the record: scientists, may disco n lan d The Netherlands and Bel- um deposits, has eMtarch can ens
DOWN m ,Patrick (Packy) Connolly, IAlt known A srica. r im are both Interested in atem- at Canberra ad 1! rn Un- i V
S Banter(slang) ecve vI Pa ice president.ol ILA the protecdon i v power as the have no exten- versities and will aa its first '
Smange i execuve vnce-present (of the in- met of the U. .S. atomic sve fuel resources. Belgium has reactor in the next few ears. Aus.
3Long fshes. 4epe1dent outfit) and president of pgai, it is necessary' s the world'sslargest uranium depos- trala is interested iW ati c pow*
4or D An -G11 .wlch seems to be claimreseam relt foreign s r ts in the Cop but is oly ower .ua t ., w
S1 us14 1ing Bridges' support-VR), con atorie be mde avalableur to this eampletna s littirst re tor lng t e raw mate rials to the .
god t,- .I;_.Irolled b the Bowers mob, said ountr. nSedet next .to an.*Aa sld d i, in d .t ite almrothe
__. I i a i I there hadnot been a contested elec. 'i on angl of th,-Ulsen. denknaex t to h r it"asai 'd 3LE isIn 5hi3Ep ,i z .
t Sat anew tion in that local for 20 years."' ...... -- -- -... -gi." .e .
As the nation knows, this lath
(Eenature of thse bmeast the AFL i s" s
temr ting to drive off the country's ..
but a cover-up for a political ma. thought t never rough the perk Like They J Riverside 3,mo.
Chold mu bound- Ians mnost beautiful stuame.
Prj~sgifS: "East cast dockers deserve the That I play the abject ow-Gel Jesse Jas giving the 1 .
support of all labor," Bridges forever, lads goose-plpa as she glances ades the
wrote ia his union newspaper. And tremble when you smiled' a at her wttch wh.ch she wears' a ieat .. i
when youbowned. garter. -. "- _g. .
Yet, exactly six months earlier, So I wrote you a letter, where I m .
Bridges had attacked these same staf d Sallies In Our Allay: Dite "" o
RAL WEEK-END RELEASE!... East Coast dockers, The record of 'l1t countless wasng that you bed Haymes' memoirs bu Pearl al-. .Paui'~ t at'
his 1thh p al Convent. on in San do'e m; ly puzzled. She can't f 'ouig m l .
Franctseopoei that. Now we see n tr] your slave, how anyone marked to Eb y- e. "l'l .
COMEDY LAUGH HIT!... the an, whis deep in theheart emas te ..- worth has time tO write ahuak... OliS VOII
C Yof the prHH .' v. et pparatu. here, Made ..ear to teat iet a meant ver 's
:aparently championing the sa me he was free. eut argyt.w-Forida or he[._;9L"en i': Uerr t skiltid'" "
1:10.3:06 5:02 6:58.8:54 p.m. crowd. Aad that crowd boasts of i "The frutitest fruit rle's g was a Buick,
his support- No long, the captured poe the led a colyemit "Is i- course, (
g G I- g /Why did the line change in six No lon aeI to weep and yeu, t l. a k' I r
months? Who ordered it changed? Isugh Ma5 bttan Melodr5 ". 4t hi-
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Unusual Hostess Entertains With.
out Voicing Apologies
She was a, most unusual hostess.
During an entire evening spent
in her home she didn't make one
apologetic or disparaging remark
about anything that was hers-in-
eluding her house, furniture, food,
children and husband.
When she showed a guest who
had never been in her home be-
fore through her house, there was
not a murmur of'apology for any-
thing out of place.
When a guest commented on
how promptly her boys had taken:
themselves off to bed at the mo-I
ment they were supposed to go,j
the didn't feel called upon' to air
any of their shortcomings, by way'
of makingl'igh' of the compliment
She accepted it with happy pride
When her guests compliment'
S the food she served them she d'
not protest that the roast was
little overdone or that she usual;
had better luck with her appl"
Guess She's Happy
With What She's Got
When her husband started talk-
ing shop she didn't belittle him
by any such comment as, "Hon-
estly, that's all Jim talks about."
She was an unusual hostess be-
cause she didn't make the mis-
take so many women make of run-
ning down herself, her family or
.her possessions with any little dis-
And so her guests not only felt
they were in the home of a womn-
an who was happy vwih her lot
in life and was delighted to share
'her home with her fr'i-Idr ', but
there was the unconscious feeling
that such a woman would be as
uncritical of her friends as she
was of her family.
That makes for real hospitality.
And yet it Is surprising hbw few
women can entertain without mak-
Sing apologies for what they are:
or for what they have.
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Why bother yourself with
the trouble of making res-
ervations? At no extra cost
to you, we, can arrange
your entire vacation includ-
ing transportation, hotel
ing tours . everything.
UYD BROTHERS. INC.
CHRIS WELKIN. Planetees
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LANDING-HE SUCKERRS-acing and aviation history i betmade
a helicopter lands horse players in a flight originatint at Miami
You can please everyone-your sweetheart, friends and
family'-by giving Esterbrook. With-sterbrook they have
'f numberedd 'and:nterchangeable Oints from which to
choose the one which is most desirable for their individual
Give Esterbrook ... the perfect gift, the perfect writing
instrument.. .for everyone!
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wa te opanynd the unionard.
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n an not disoevs the..-is tsues
Sb led to the strike tBhteat.
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.;t.o Aroeenwna Ave.
26 Tel.: 2-010
I Christmas ReaUy Begins
In The Kitchen
Whether it's for food or for fun Christ-
mau really begins in the kitchen. For your
holla cookies and candies, always both
ay w m at drop-in and lk over
our 'tk t cooinn uten-
A habort busthqF agoM wal
bi, the annual, 4
and refreebsfenS, q .
Members are retalidad to trng
ir refreshment. Iee Cantf
traulp. In expert ircls the rt,-
sponse of five club. P W to show
elher no aces at an dr foui-aiesM.
If your partner can't tell which Is
the .ease. be siouldna' be allowed
to use the Blackwood Convention.
For Vote Count
The United Burial ehefte of
Fanama will meet at the Bible
Truth ChUrch of Ood tonight
for the second countbf vote i;n
a kng andqueen contest In cel-
ebration of the organiationb a
Tomorrow and Monday eve-
ning Christmas thrift savings
will be dintAribted to melbe:'s
of the fund at the Sugar Bowl.
Members who took part In the
ventqres will be given COrlftmaa
baskets from 5 until 7 p.m. Mon-
f llI ) 4
wUt. r -. v
IMt Bast dht Wet
aI pa S s Pm
| P.P 4N.T. PaO
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uL weL nice thing about
playing tournahat bridge is 6tat
sa don't need to et upset over
* band that btdaka very badly.
e hand will be played at many
dther tables, and everybody will
are therefore no wors off
SSupbose you played today' hand
at rubber bridge. You would win
opening club lead in dummy,
ecsh the ee of spades, ad then
ltd a low diamond to your king
eL er to draw some more
You would be a very'unhappy
tie player when you discovered
Strump break. It takes as
break as this to beat you,
dte odds are 5 to 1 against
tting that bad a trump break.
. 'WI the hand was actually
Ab in the recent New Orleans
trnment, 't was bid to all sort
of dslams in spades, diamonds, and
no-trump. The biddtig shown with
the hand was that of Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Burden, of New Orleans.
Thly were disappointed at the bad
trump break, to be sure, but they
ot a very good score for being
mins only 50 points on so trouble
some a hand.
Most of the other North-Sout
pains were down two tricks at sa
aoroump, or badly set at so5e
bols grand slam .c act. I
ot "twd easeu,,W t doubled a
paa gatraet of ski .pales. AI
suelh'ntract led tO 4 deficit a
mor an 50 ints ol the North
The contract of -six spade&, i
you consider only the North.Soutl
hands, is best. It will succeed i
the p&.des are no vorse than 4-2
wheeabs six no-trump needs a 3-!
break n ai eth spades or dis
An interesting ..point in the bid
ding laIhe response of five clubs
to the Blaekwood bid of four no
At Fort Kobbe
Get SihIvr Bari
In a jla"t ceremony five f
ficers, all of the Wet Point
Receiving the silver barsn _.
Col. A. 0. Elegar, Commal
Officer of the S3rd RCT
let Lieutenants Ralph T. Garvet.
37th Eng., John B. Garer Jr1.,
Hq. & Hq. Go.. 33rd Int.. iiiln
B. Boyles, C Co. Co.. 33rd Inf
Phillip B. Pickering Hq. Co.,
Battalion and Joseph B. W .
Communications Officer, 1st. BU.
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AntoardefInovacfn r& Wym of)
Our score will be open till 9:00 p.m.
all through Chriuuas.'
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The most thoughtful gift of all iN some-
thin electricall to make chorem Ighter.
life ihbter for "the lady of t house"
AbIemA-AN.pi-rpols Iron Aboves this eloctle
for evesyleg wfrom shEs meage tekew.d.
tlwh M er dit
means lower food bflls
in whole .-rk".
H WbroKer grnls. Mm
end broih to perfection
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4 VIA ESP.Ar
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MIgt, tBleade mete
hundreds of trets fom
mixed drinks towes.
TO WIN UP TO $1.00.00
IN TAHITI'S BIG R A F F LE
BE AMONG SUNDAYS
COME IN FOR DETAILS
THE JEWE LRYV T 0 R E
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SWE ARE OPEN FROM 830 TO 9:00 P.M.
1 >N4Nl501 NCE
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YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCAU ITIESIN THE I
LEAVE YOUR 4D WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OROUR OFFICES IN 57'
7 SLreei No 13
Just Arosemena Ave. and 33 51
R Street No 26
cOR SALE -Liv.ngrom, diningroom
pantry set. mahogany de'.k, mir-
ror!. etc. Eu-ebio A Morales Ave.
El Cangrelo, Gray House tiih Red
cOR SALE:--Dishwasher "Cory" ou-
tomatic portable, 60 cyclb naw.
never uncrated. Call Albrook 3100.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Leather top
coffee table. Wing chair with slip
cover. Cabinet bar. Boo6k case'
Console table with 3 leaves 6
diningroom chairs. Occasional table.
Tel Gomboo 382.
Central Ave. 140
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lottery Plaza
Fourth of July Ave.
FOR SALE -Morris Minor. Convert-
,ble. new condition, 4,000 miles
Quoters 9-B Port Claytc4o. Phone
FOR SALE -1952 Custom kne Ford
V-8 Tudor Sedoan radio'. Eicelicnt
condition. Cdn be financed.. 0429.
B Vanodo St. Ancon. Phone 3.
FOft SALE:-1940 Oldsmobile. Good
Saint, tires fair, motor excellent.
G. I. leaving. Must sell. 4.00 to
6:00 p. m. Phone 2-3068.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Panel 1 '2
._ I 11 L I
FOR SALE'-Bargain! 4 burner Rre- ton. Inquie at No. 21. Juan B.
stone gas stove, 6 months o Wl. Saoo Street.
place mahogany dining room tabrJ, alk eaur blocks end save .me hulm-
I Hollywood type bed, cinBplltel t" de onas. Bie your used et at
with 6 months old Siiamons mr NASMO A. Tel. 3-3022, Vie
tress, 1 metal chest:and drawers. Espeal 51.
1 metal chest of drawers, r end- -
table. all in excellent condition. FOR SALE:-1950 Ford 2 Dr. Sedon.
A'l for $225 Call 3-4705 radib, good tires, good point, verp
.'_--- -_-- good conclt n. House 2044-B.
FREE GIFT OF A RADIO or mixer Curundu 8-Tel. 83-6161.
,,th each trade-in or refrigerator, R L :-H M .
washing machine or stove for pur- FOR SALE:-Hillman Minx. 1950.
chase of new. Telephone 2-5144 duty paid perfect mechanical can-
Panama. edition and good point b. T"w
FORama- ----be- f s -ets of tires. Call Colon 1447.
FOR SALE--Cultom Mahogan bed- -----,---- ,-----
room -roup, double bed. springs FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4-door.
rite tables, choirs. vanity. "word- for transaction. 124-D, upstairs
robe dresser. 124-D. upstairs, 7th for transaction. 124-D, upstairs,
and Roosevelt Ave.. New Cristobal 7th and Roosevelt Avenue, New
.... ...--- Crislobal.
FOR SALE: Complete youth bed | --l.
-h.'d's .scooer. 3 child's rockers. FOR SALE '49 Mercury 2 Door
ttnon rug 6 x 9. House 528. Lora- radio, tailored seat covers. Phone
place Ancon Albrook 6224, Qtrs. 291-A.
FOR SALE -8 oiece bamboo Rattan WANTED TO BUY
livingroom set. like new. 51 and U
phone 3-3660 before Xmas. Telephone 3-4619,
FOR SALE.-Simmons double bed. during office hours.
roil springs, cotton mattress 25 PERS A
Steel venetian blind, 91 x 46 3 rCKP R ONALS
x 46. Phone Albrook 6224, Otrs. .-
291-A To each and every one of you who
-- ,,, _--~---- --n-- Jshared and helped, us Ip our grief
FOR SALE-Moapi Chef gas stove. sharedndl topeour ge-
4 burners, in fair condition. $25 woud i to -or-
00, also gas water. heater. cheap. ng t w multitude of
No 3, 52nd. Street or Tel. 2- ing to witness such a multitude of
2798. 2nd trfriet or nds. bothknown and unknown
2 '798. __________ -who shared. Johnny and Helen
FOP. SALE -A Westinghouse Por- I Williams.
condition referaor 60 CAvenid Cne HARNET & DUNN, now have their
trial. phone No 3-1066 Coil from Ballroom Dance Book on SALE for
mthe coming holidays. The Ideal
7 o. m. to 6 p m. J Phillips. gift for Xmas for only $1.50. Sold
FOR SALE- Electric stove, four at Clubhouses, commissaries, PX's
burner, farae size $85.00; side- and Republic of Panama.
beard $105 00. wardrobe,.i-3- ",
00: dresser $95 00; trnigit ffi i W anted -
Sbkit.. i ;an .. h C huillf
mohopany furnature. on,- r used
only. Tel. 2-3518. Pona&ns .
US 'Peace Pgilr "-
Walking Trip In NY
NEW YORK. Dec. 18 (UPI --
"The Peace Pilgrim." an uniden i
tilled women who has dedicated
her life t i bringing about pea':e
in the world, completed a crosa-
country walking trip today from
Los Angeles where she started
out last Jan I without a cent Ui
Still penniless, the Peace Pll-
S grim crossed the George Wasn-
S neton Bridge at 2 p.m. EST and
Shaded for the United Nations
S headquerEers the goal of hdr
',, odysFey. She will present a peU-
tion to tie U.N for world die-
The Peace Pilgrim usaiu aUd
were out six pairs of canvas and
rubber shoes on her trip. lhe
said she never asked for food cr
shelter but only went huMrf tor
one 32-hour period. She- aid she
talked to "tens of thousands" of
ple ainng the way about the
d for oeace and "found thblr
rest heart warming."
CA Cok SA.ale
g Is all in readiness
e Sale at the Balboa
es YMCA from 2:00
will be on saie
a cake dec-
I w A n
WANTED- Maid general house-
work with references. Apply 6 Ti-
voli Avenue Apt..11.
WAN^tl :' Ht., neat colored
woman to do housework, cooking
specially. Must sleep in. Call Pbn-
ama 3-1660. extension 245, of-
fice hours. 2-4384 evenings.
WANTED. Maid experienced in
general housework and cooking,
family of 4 Must bring recent
reference. Call Saturday morning.
FOR SALE.-1946 Indian" Chief. A-
1, condition, $275 00. Write Box
817. Balboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE--1953 Cushman Scooter.
$260. 5965 Smith Place, Dibloo.
FOR SALE: Triumph Speedtwin
motorbike. Call 35-3109.
FOR SALE:-1948 Indian Chief 74"
very good condition. Cal 3-3101
house 614 Ft. DeLesseps.
Gala Benefit Fair
Agene las n, de F=tbieael.b
5Central Ave. '
Parqm I etvre 7 Street
0i Central Ave.
"'l" STREET, PANAjiA.
N Aeat" No.,.
ao J ree. de'u OnAve. No.41.
Via aml No. 34
TRY our delicious genuine Italian
Pizza Pie, Ravioli, Spaghetti -
prepared by a Neopoliton cook in
our spotless kitchen before your
eyes. The price for one Order is
75 Cts HANCOCK BIAR, Central
Avenue No. 145. Tel. 2-3002, next
to Central Theatre. some side of
street, private entrance for res-
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic
Central Avenue "K" Street, cor-
ner. Telephone 2-3479. Panama.
Cristobal Clubhouse Beauty Shop.
Xmas special: permanent wave-
complete, regular price $12.50;,
manicure and arch. All. for $ 10.00.
Haircut, shampoo, set and mani-
cure $2.540 Call Cristobal 1642'or
come In. Thank iyou, Manager -
Mrs.. Esther Laorpo. _
Why does "The Lady Want a
Mink" at the Drive-In Theatre?
CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS f or
homes, stores, club eand orani-
zatioens. Christmas trees on sale
now. American Supply "J" St. No.
14. Tel. 2-1060.
FOR SALE:-Cocker Spaniel pups, 7
weeks old, AKC registered. Will
hold until Xmas eve if desired.
Qtrs. 286-A, Albrook. Phone 86-
FOR SALE:-Long Playing Records
Classical and popular AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street No. 6-A.
BEAUTIFUL GERMAN DOLLS. FOR
SALE AT Ne. 3. SECOND STREET.
FOR SALE:-Boxer Pups, AKC reg-
istered. 3 months old. Excellent
with children, see them at La Cho-
za. 5007 Via Arango,. 500 feet
post rood to Panama Vlejo, tel-
ephone Panama 3-5371 or Bal-
Reliable male with good references
desires steady work as cook and
baker. Maid will take messages at
Fort Clayton 87-3133.
Experienced bilingual accountant, ex-
cellent references, desires steady
position with reliable firm, either
side. Write J. W. Box 267. Colon.
'30-,w sSperdinadlvian wisher.posi-
ion. Intoeted,4n any offer. Speaks
English," rman and Scandinavian
languages. Knowledge of Dutch
Business education. Previously had
own business In Scaldinayia. Tjiyv-
ered widdy Eurtpe. Africe ah .
iSLth America. partly to sell Scan-
dinavian machines own account
and partly to arrange and organize
all kinds of tourist travels. Am able
to organize and start a business.
wholesale or retail. If you have
something, then let us talk about
it. An interesting position where I
can work indepently will be more
Important than how much wages
are earned. At the same time my
wifejseeks position as a secretary
or am like. Is Scandinavian, 24
yeaor.el. Speaks, write and takes
shorthqnd in English. German.
Dutch and ianish fluently. H o s
knowledge of French and Spanish.
TypsW fast. Has previously
been .tiatr to manager of In-
lernatIOsp? Blink In North Africa.
o corripldent for Allied Military
Permit Office (US) Copenhagen
and a secretary at Moore-McCor-
mack Shliping also in Copenha-
gen. Wrfte to SS Box 134, Ppn-
ME l .The biography of Gen. James
......a U"fl"" H. DoolUtt, one of the America's
To orrow Aeftet hoo written by Quentin
Reynolds, Well-known journalist,
The director, faculty and stu- la amon sl01 books Waced in
dents of tile acuela Puerto Ri- circulation during the past week
co, a modest schoolhouse sltuat- by the Canal Zone library.
ed on a hilltop in the district cf "The Amazing Mr. Doollttle"
Carrasqullla will sponsor a gala covers a half-century or progress
benefit fair at the school in the air. Including the first
rounds tomorrow afternoon at complete account of the Tokyo
2 o'lock to raise funds for some raid fur which Doolittlereceiv,
I h1needed school e uipmenL ed the Congrsional Medal o
IThe uela Puerto Ri 0.ls a onor,
public Institution financed by W
he Republic of Panama but The oelmpet list of new books
named after Puerto Rico as na a thA al OSa announced by
namonatrulion of good will bi- the ar tt eek follows:
tween the people of Panama and EolW I : Te Christasa book
Plerto jco. Since the school ia Weler.
Snmed after the small Carlbbean Scelce:n Oe ystem of Miner-
Island, school's faculty and alor of James Dwight Dana
btdnti bae cordhalt extended and Wly Dana
a q tadm a to all Puerto Rican Ltertue; Brother to Drag-
ae DeenB 'civilians and Puerto ana Warre; The collected
RfjtP dependents rslddlng In poemn of Dc l Thomas -
Panama apd the Canal Zone to Thomas.
attend tomorrow .afternon's Bigraphy: Cowhand; G01
.aotlon. and The AmSaa Mr. Do
The pBT the etoof ch-l- Reynolds.
iren have volunteered to con- ctLon: Aoe Wall. urnettC
tribute tradtlioni BSpansh fooda_ e WU A
drinks and appetizers Coc- Co e-;
quently there wll be snacks and LoIver% Oa DIAn; Qe ..
Lancing to augment the me'$ a;. I The In hant.V
and spirit. of the occasion. o Cup sad Love la ,
,Bince parents and their cool ,
children are aLo pallpatla We'reG
In.the celebraUton theafrng I
ill display mutual merrimet
ong Panamanians and Pue:- *-
iributions are optional,
a more generous the don&-
e greater* the o..a ..
wcommodated wmtb Es
along the read to
aIMpra. Aaiag thu
SFoster's Cottas One mile post
Santo Cloa. Please bring your
linens. Phone Balbso 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' ante Clara biach Cot-
toges. Laroe. comfortable, modern.
near beach. d alboa 3050 except
PhlINpl. Ocanside ottges. 1Santo |
Clera. Box 4N1. lalbOx. Phone
P^memse 3.1877. Crllobal 1-1673.1|
Houses on beach Su ClOea. Also|
in COOL Cenwana mountains. I
Phone WRAPNL, Balm 1389,
er se" e0aloker thisry.
Gramlich Santa Clara"Beach cottages.
electric refrigeration, gs stoves. I
moderate rote, Phone- 6.441 or
-. --- -
Modern 2. 4 and 5 roam, .furnished
or unfurnjished.. AIhoama's Office I
8061, 10th Street, Colon. Tel-
ephone 1386. I
ATTNlTION 1. Just bl.i* modern
furnished apartment, n. t w 0
bedrooms, ho cold t. Tel.
ephone Pa 9r 3-,YTel
LOR RENT-Ol-tra modemene bed-
room apartmalt in l CAngrejo
with furnishings. Designed by
Heres. TeL 3-0159. .
FOR RENT:-Modemn apartment, 2
bedrooms, furnished. N6. 6, 16th
street. Son Francisco. Call 3-2628.
After 6.00 p.. m. Call 2-0471.
FOR RENT;-One bedroom furnished
apartment. kitchen, in private res-
idence, 48th Street, No. 3, Bella
FOR RENT:-A first floor apartment.
Furnishqd or semi-fuh artlhe prch.
livingroom, din ooma k9o Ihen
three bedrooms and t I bath-
rooms. A garage. For more in-
formation call to: 3-3002 er 2-
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished two
bedroom apartment with large
terrace and gorge op Avenido Pe-
rn and 34th S$re*e No. 8, Tel-
ephone 3-0746 3-3099.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment 2
bedroom, Bella Vista, $90 & $1 l10
A- )ftl -3. Duque Avenue, La
FOR REhTr.-Ty_ bedroom unfur-
nished, r, servunt's room,
giragolot jlZr, Ecuador Avenue
1o. 1.--..v$nformation apply
downstf ir. ...'
FOR RENT:-Oni bedroom furnih-
ed apartment In Bella Vista. Tel.
Tel. 3-4883, Panama.
FOR RENT-Nice furnished two-bed-1
room apartment for one or two I
couples. G. I. Inspected. Cprrapp
quilla 642, San Francisco. Tel. 3-
FOR RENT:--Modem room, private.
furnished to Amerlsh couple, wlf.
board or without. 32nd St. No. 14.
rOB RENT-Exoeptitl.ally beautifully
furnished bed-lvinlirbom to one or
two persons of good taste., ,prveI
btk and etrase., directly at bus
sthtlons. best sefl Vista section.llt
Tel, 2-2798. Office hours. 3-063$1
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Mgbyeria C bPANT
Ji i at*m
1951 Buick Spec
Sedan, good- buy.
1950 Ford Tmdor, new
paiSit, r,*i, good
1.948 Padckid dnsi
S excellent coudid
1948 Nash Sean,
good tires, top shape.
at a gift. Free
1947 Plymouft COv,
excelet IWy, ood
tires,. y pad;
GEO. FOVE, INW.
SW) Caetlaj A. S-Ig-
umba Tnge ,
1 I -
1 '5 I T h
Packers, jhIp. Mover
r. _WPN6M IM
Taner iort Baxter
SExpert Me~hanq Ultra-
maUe and Bydramatmc Tran-
n|*iui4 oftlfrs bal profession1'
Repairs. ,lallatidon of gas
toes. wLfer heaters, etc.
BIDWl R Bt
i* '* .' ,*
-Yanks ArM JInIS
UA) js b.a ^M'.
AcKTO (MB) 4N'f~li^aa^~^
Your Commutnity Stiton
Where 1i000 ef t.e .
-' r l .11
1 LThd Li.tlim t ,
0:0.a-t-De vll to Pir (Bn
840. -Yr PlayhouaseFav
10:00 -The Music f -bn
SVorbees (VOA; F
10:30-AdVue of. r..
Tomsnw Saturday, Dot. 1
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No 57
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Little children 4
e ben. .very, ,W
1r so he wanted to
a t ahead of
that they will pot be
the Christmas rush.
09 to Al.I s eight
Wa trip, Santae ha
enagra (Pan Amerl-
lmu.wm t* lto 1a9.n
1 1 pa
WaLm A e. -18 UP)
., te mut ., 1
gifB, a news conference he
there is no llint to the
speed at w Man can fly once
t. WadTIM"s with kfflWent
dagmd uandtpoweruc. f
do not deterrate la
&~~i MW1'4--- 6-
rMM s .. P nta Cla us d-S
.e m hi a0Chtherwinlper-
.M A eirs n Orro. all fl theane
mbrs were in 1tdely under i eg-
.No.'s U | w "M. He Mrs. waterss.
t. b. der, Mrs. gry ms--
S" " U u .hM.m "" "'" il
.n .-7:30 vto)we In- WS 13 many other cll-. oher vft e l-
Sa M.r an bl b lo. Com. Rich emn-d Insclousn
Mrs. p antsf t" asked"atallChit-udd Whi
A6 whoa MNo on Wa. t 3' ai awho bell*tii him be onysAs
P. aIO. h. amem -
n omi .aA1B h-o after rwhelh they exichaged
i s. h er do II. Ve to a gte'@. a ulho .
tt e at '\t al theat A r-e-
td i e ; i g b a n t i f u i r u n e t e.. et D R I R aci a f o r e C o1 o h-d
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ScallT.h..m mer M Pre s n mn ere-s efl-
W t s ma.G w MrMr. h meo. -A,
haA. Dayd a, M rs.F y Peterui Dam, r. AnnLi
J t0a pk Mm S Mr. MMR.rs.
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3 Women, Child,
Smashes Into Car
ADEL, Ga., Dee. 18 (UP) -
Three women and a little girl,
all members of one family, were
killed today when a Southe.-n
Railway nail passenger train
smashed Into the car In when
they were riding.
A fifth person In the automo-
bile was critically injured in the
Police wlentitled the dead Ps
Mrs. Sam Mixon her daughter,
Mrs. C. S. Boyd: her grand-
daughter. Sandra Boyd and her
daughter-s* aw, Mrs. C. W.
Sam Mixon, who was driving
the car wl en the train slammed
into it pt a grade crossing, suf-
fered critical injuries.
Al Armnny Chapes
The annual) v)toiutt Sun
day Schoo' progsaMI and pa
aeants will be held at'various
Army chapels on both sides t4l
the Istnmua Sunday.
At Fort Gulek asd Fort Da-
vis the Sund hol ldren'a
program wI Mh .At 7 P..n
mn the poat oha.pelTt Bundavy
?c.nool bulldntg at Kobbe
has been slcted Wr he infa .1
try post's chbldrnat Vtram.
The nro am at t Clayton
will be held In the !pel annA'x
at 9 a.m. and a child*t'5 Christ-
ias pageant is schdl 4ed to fol-
low at 9:3C a.m Frt AmadirI
has schedule Its program fcr
Officers said the three women 6:30 p.m.
were kllltd instantly in ine
wrack while Sandra Boyd, 4, In addition to the children'r
died a feo minutes after she was program Fort D l as hed-
ruslied to Adel Hospital. uled Chriutm
The adixop car had apparently thee h l-e1n 7
goLten almost across the tracks m A CTO 1 he1 a
when the train struck It, poli0 sao been soheduld for the U S.
,aid. The right rear section Vf Army HospIt1l. Fork b laytol,
the automobile sustained the "nesday, December 23, at 7
worst damage. pm.
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4Nearly 800 parents and other a picked chOrus of 60 children
pe sons, most of tnem residents from the fourth, fifth and sixth
of Mpargaria, visitd the casm- grades under the direction of
rooms oi the hew south Mar ga Was Odell Waters. They were
rita elementary Scnool Wednes- adcompanfed by Mrs. Clara
aav afternoon ana latter at- Joretad. The dedication. closed
Tended the inauguration cerem. with the chorus singing the Star
oiry held in the patio. Spangled hannei.
Since classes were held from Wilted inm a nine-acre area a-
1until tne time ul the dedica- but midway between the old and
ti on. visitors had an opporuluty new sections of Margarita, the
to see tie children at Work In South Margarita school has five
their new clas&ooms as well as one-story units connected with
to inspectt the grounds and pub- covered passageways.
lic rooms of the new school. One of the, mbst modern and
Arter ioeing introduced by beautiful schools.9 the Isthmus
r. ff Henry L. Donovan, CiVil Affairs the" new plant wa. designed by
-. Director, acting Governot 1 0. the archlteoturl- Ilfanch of the
(NEATelephoto) Paxson presented the keysa oit .gineering Dtv*6O'of the Pan-
%FAMILY HOPE The ten-year-old Howe twins, Eben, Jr., and ihew suehoendent o Si osib at un dea r Z1' ad a
WJan above' of Alden, Minn., eagerly await their mother's return laser, uperintendent icatiSoo 1 0unt under Cona Itto by E.ofc
rom the Far East. Their mother, Mrs. Portia Howe, is trying arAng ine dedpre Huke Construton Co. of Co-
go et permission to go to Korea where she hopes to persuade er ntaion for thechooe pres v
er son, Robert Tenneson who is a Communist POW, to leave on a o r o
____ the Redsandcome home with her. C'adJ. F.l Rie rsdiet$
council, made in' appropriate A"
power Club Members Congressmen May C eh:is To Aid e
o Meet Monday Boost Own Pay Wallow, Yol
for Dinner, Songs $10,MO Yearly Mrs. Milon Id o ,.iM
S The December Tower Club WASHINGTON. Dec. 18 (UMP freDshter wallsthg cei wry
iee.ing will be held Monday, be- Congress, it appeared today, in unusually heavy sotoday
inning with a Christmas dinner will most likely be asked to vote afruleraIiIfllf'rW ofter it ran out of fuel u allies
It 6:30 p.m. in the Bishop Mor- Congress a pay raise. southeast of Galveston.
is Hall, Cathedral of St. Luke, The Floridi Sword, by
sne a That was the Indication as Mrs. Alice Todd Doud oft Pl- the Sword line of New ra-
aco. member;, of a special commis- metto, Florida, died early Thurs- dioed last night It had t of
The regularly scheduled meet- sion on legislative and judicial day morning at her home ac- fuel.
g and dinner will be conclud- salaries headed for their homes cording to word. received by her The freighter carries. stew of
before 8 p.m. to enable the after three days of hearings. relatives here today. She .was the 36 men.
embers to participate in the The group was expected to re- wife of Milton Doud. Coast guar ffieals here said
ildren's Christmas party at commend strongly perhaps The Doud family were well the cutters Triton and Irs were
.e Bella Vista Children's Home unanimously. that wages of known on both sides on the en route to aid the strise 'ves-
r other regularly scheduled par- Senators, Congressman and Fe Isthus They resided in the sel. The Irs from al
5r of the Christmas season. 1eral Judges be increased. A boost Wilcox apartments in Colon for was expected to, fto.th
in addition to the Christmas of $10.000-a-year appeared to be cx welveyears. He wCf service freighterdabout no
inner, Fred Gerhardt, president most popular among commission tmler. r the Fanr ser. I"Commtercial autAtaf tetug)
if the Society for the Preserva- members although one source i ia lon tl thet oowas dispatched fromt.terna ton
o and Encouragement of Bar-: iepored some sentiment in the momPtany i3 1omn 'untl hrdpaceend
e' op Quarte Sin mg A- co on for an even larger transfer In May 1949 to manager last night but a ba to
e ca n willQur present a ub- 'ese. Congressman now fet o parts and accessories In ea the freighter bMuse of
-ntial check to Dean Ferris for S12.500 a year in salary plus S,- Overseas Distributors Branch In th unusually heayi a
e maintenance and upkeep of $500 expense account. Most fed- New Jersey. 81nce his retirement Coast Guard spokedma c.a
'e Bella Vista Children's Home. eral judes get $15.000 a year. In October. 1949, he and Mrs. Th ter ptt t e
lr.s gilt is the result of the re-i Aboutt fifty witnesses present- Dotd had made their homer fn -toth n trelght to a te6 o*
Ialoa theater in which all the,during the hearings. Almost all Mrs. Doud was active In the* a n
barbershop Quartets on the of the testimony favored thelCristocil Woman's Club and .
Isthmus participated for the wage boosts, was a volunteer worker for the r
benefit of the Bella Vista Chil- Red Cross during the war. They .
men's Home. Three members of Congress last visited the Isthmus In 1951.
a.n a d a on, thed ppoased ihe Increases, however. Besides her husband, Mrs. F r
S an added attract on, e he were Rps. Usher L. Bur- Doud s survived by her dau-
eji-Fo Quartet unl.deT Mr Ger-d ck 'R -N.D., William:A. Daw- ter Mrs. Eldon Phelan o Ba l-
t direction b sinan lareE. Hoff- boa, a brother and a sister in
,hmber of Christmas carolsat, nan r R-Mich.l.P ,
,this monthly meeting of the .' n told the commission there rt a is t ro er residing the
er Club. e' 'v that raising his pay ed States. s
nd id I-e o wev to fight infla- The funeral will be bel4 to-
Members who lan to attend Onthe otrary he said moow ternoon hePal
%his meeting should make reser- .1 v'. Od leqve him without an o w erno a; ePal"%
vatons by calling Caotam INand '.l.m In r1thek who write him: tt Presoyt n hurch A
V. Cue, Pt 277-52-i or M, and F, id ,it for yourself, now uet that noolowers be sent e
p. Archie French it 2-1802 ;ird it for me", has ben made.
e specially prepared Ch'l"'- T pe ..-".e to lawmakers said
dinner will tbe catered Py, "t wou'd be bad politics for Co- Ile h ritmo
rmy-Navy Club. -rp'" to vote Itself a raise. I f
Ti"e commission must report
f Tl r Cp Coneress bv Jan. 15. Aft* &
fae LHnr I that Congreq'a heq 60 days to '4
1 ew nav scale' which may be no 10
k L. With Weary *'s thpn CUrrent pay scales and
--o wore than the Commission The anMuaMl Cihristmu .pro-.
ecompn"ncs. gram o f the La Boca Schools in-
e-ludin the elementary, Jpnior Ir
y Passengers qritish Tory Ps .igh hs igh school and
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flm disabled liner St.v. nc.r- h... p. .-A phoo.
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I endin RnSuez D D:Cue-sawe b a 1 55Buteher Robert
1i _, of ie storm. At'anic. 'I n| Josepn, -'.Makiwee Heywood
Iof ?ee,'ng r;'dder WVUV mw aslsted b thM ef ty memrera.
13 '31-1ton Norv' elai. 3irberto Wte.i l direct the
n : Lines pa-,enper ve, s: LONDON. Dec 1e (UP, --Bri- High.SaehoScrhetra.
S d snchnr with a .tor-n-.i- 's Imr.?ial General Staff .
t.','d Christmns trpp lashe Iwas ordered today to draft a '
mast end 944 wearv pas- nev. appraisal of middle eastern PP.
:s abo.ard defense iollo'mine the "revolt"
ird ly vperrnrad on the br'id'p in parliament by conservative
the ves..sel s to-ih skippe.'. M. P's orpo-ing British with-
a owe, an Capt. Olas Bolern-idraval from Sue", authoritative
t- who refused to admit the sources disriof.'d.
W1 %as in distress when sne The sources said that "very
!,)t her rudder in a hurricane- senior and responsible military
Lc, blow off Newfoundland. officer." had expressed the-n1
br'oight the ship Into 04- support for the "rebel" conser-
rbor without a helm to vahives stand that a British Rar- K
t by. He used alternating rl'on should t retained In the
Ine power of the ship's twin Sue7 Canli zone to fulfill Bri-I
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Wide Open Class 'C' Race
Tops Saturday Program
A field of well-matched Class "C" imported
thoroughbreds will vie for the major share of the
$650 purse offered in tomorrow's featured one mile
gallop at the Juan Franco race track.
The probable mutuels choice when she 'went off an over
is the expensive Chilean thor- whelming mutuels choice, will b
oughbred Jaquimazo which has getting a big pull in the weight
turned 'in two creditable per- but wll be guided by apprentic
formances since returning from jockey Eduardo Campbell.
a layoff. In both instances Ja- Virgillo Castillo will again rid
Qplmazo wound up an impressive Jaquimazo while Concepcl6n
second. Ruiz will pilot Noveno. .
In Jaqulmazo's first start since Follow Me II (Vincent Brown
returning from the rest. Bende- and Newminster (Catalino Igle
guz scored a smashing upset vic- slas) round out the field andth
story. In his next outing, last possible upsetters. Follow Me I
Sunday, Cardington Green came rates a better than fair chance
on in the stretch to defeat Ja- off his most recent perform
Xulmaso after the latter was in ances.
ront all the way to the home- Nine other races that are sur
stretch. to provide a generous amount o
On this occasion there will be longshot winners for the moon-
no sprinters to bother Jaqaumazo shooters.
the early stages of the race.
This will undoubtedly enhance
the chances of the speedy chest- ir av
But son of Jall-Quiromantica. Gi ldo Leaves
The also reportedly costly No-
veno. apparently roubdin into T
his best form now, an dVerti- T WV O
cordia should provide plenty of
competition for Jaqulmaro. No-
veno was third and Verticordia |
fourth respec'1 -l- last Sunday. 1 C
This time Verti-ordla. a b-_ II Cal
disappointmirt 1-- last time out
P pstlng Colombian jockey
D\ au4c ~Luls Giraldo yesterday left the
Paraisol Spo r s thmus for his homeland un-
der contract to ride one of the
The semifinals and final
match of the 1953 table tennis
tournament conducted for stu-
dents In the Junior high school
grades in the Paralsq school were
he highlights of the local sports
field during the last two days.
These activities served as a
means of bringing enjoyment to
many scores of young lovers of
Interest for the event was
keen, and the Dlayoff of the two
male finalists, George Eversely
and Robert Pate Jr. proved dra-
matic as Eversely, top favorite
by 3 to 1 odds, found himself
humbled into defeat by his more
the semifinal round of play,
Robert Pate measured his way
to success over Lionel Blades,
whom he defeated 22-20, 17-21,
21-N. This match was followed
r Earl Best's victory over Clif-
Ford Lindsay 21-6, 18-21 and 21-
18 while George Eversley moved,
at the expense of Alvin od
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man when he offered qnusuiy
am tiO1 toflof
of the 9 in o a
la ws ae a to win over his much
Rival 5-23 23-21.
stretch for the two final-
eMos a rough one for PRoY
M an Ud xEar Best. the former
ee defeat at the hands qf
r Patwhile the latter sue
ed to the terrific smashing
favorites this Sundqy In the
biggest classic evext of the
racing seasMon in CalL
Glraldo, who was reently
suspended along with Panam-
anin aee Bias Alguirre and
Chilean Orlamde Castllo In
the Regal Chum aftaire at
Juan Franco, announced. that
he expects to be back In Pan-
ama before Christmas.
Meanwhile, it was also re-
ported that Castillo was scbed-
uled to leave for Chile today.
Quintet Dec. 29
The uaracheros ociale and
Sporting Club of Colon's third
annual 'basketball classic, fea-
turing the University of Pana-
ama's blue and gold and the
' ntet, will be
.onadlez, who toss the first
A similar event will be held at
the saxne place EX time featur-
img the Saint Jofe atllr
Colteg and ( .. r
five, on o,1f l
the city. Jde Domltdor i
These events are organized
Francisco Antoopo ,
founder and director of tj
Coup, tI ,n
teir t anl
public svtted to a t ue
graes. Admisslon ts frbe.
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PALM BEACH* suits
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Juan Frstrde snetle T tperAd
.-FUP Fru u R ouerra l1x1-Returns In od pe 10-1 have long 't tdedshone tlv Thei topped
1-2-Daniel M. easa 9x--Biasing early speed 10-1 de rspet thles off by fiiag the ab
e3-T-'ura B. Ortega ull.x-Aiming for spotL 10-1 trience and aTd of oter 00 orb n ce o
4-Oolden Bound c. Rula 115 --mJ gprov steadily a-2 tapic a.a last trhed ernd. ^
6--Plropo V. Brown 97x--Longahotspecialist 30-1 way to get out al the good ras Now where were we. Yes we
7-Villarreal A. Yca. a l108x-Distance to liking 10-1 hav erlong'alwere o1 the _ub1een of Mr. -
e 8-Regia A. Mena 110 --Fastest at getaway -4.1 the igher-up to whom they vo. sevwral S p Bravo rode
e 9-Lady Moon J. Bravo-118 -Rates best on form 3-2 owe their rape obf s. Biscay and last. Sh
se o terona n el s hri of nhad 4 o so
hEwOregabrohr10bou t being.aacesgfasry
suLe an ] Blknan a"
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Sdcoy Rai rof the Double tdcwo thip wen ^durfh I 4:dyB -
S1-Lady Caren A. Y aaa 1lx -Returns f A 1 a C and a
2-Rosa B. J. Bravo 120 -Everyth ing 1- o were in no way re- cent cm Tvey e-
e 3-Domino F. Hidalgo 100 -Depends on mood 1-1 po e for the disappointing to
4-Bljagual a. Anchez il -Wi0 secre soon -' 81-1 oft ai of the .oabefavorites i- w i o Brv woSn
S--Colo V. Brown 110x-Nothing to indicate m0-1 Regal o Cum. rdden Iohobye .
7-Sin Fin A. Enrlque 118 -Usuay close ua 84-1 won easily, rjobpayg by B
e 8-(DLana V. Ortega 118 ---Comes to sunf2n an 8-1 t.lalodd -n a e
f 9-(Camaron J. Cadogan 106 -Has outside Oha c 8-1 At thi.tlnise it is afeitlhat to A Enea o l
tt the t there was brou inbufas tedme00
no pound on which Sspen she n s d to une ont 5"" 't o -a
3rd Race "I" Imported-% F.Puwe $375.0 *- -eel Clicel 1:45 tm. Jockeys aea ennw camie. h -, -.- ,.
One-Two c L orrect mrSn afs,+y did. wo uer 1tU ree wy eSmlly. N-t -ll -i 'oo ,..U.Ha
-Padis Midi A. Mens 110 -Seems to lack class* 8 i Many belibe at ard There r0ame more. Gil pi- maerat th "
3--C.asa Buena R.L. il 116 -Has good an here 4-1 after the race in deed w dth o ao Mi .
-LCparyo ar Caogan a115 --Returns, from et .1 cks that when the whir wind fins a rav'w a
5-Aprontes V. Catill. o 115 -Hasn't shown iuc 10-1 lnn began to i place last, *hl n overwhelm-
6--Curaca J. Chuna 103x--Ran well lass te 10-1 le an hours lt sus- ing fate tim out?
7-Salustio V. Ordes 118 --Should bet the ven ending of the riders e Jun- You'v t t
tV.rdnf1SoleRa de Control de JueWos) thereYa tus it ngo won i elton.
was just no turning bak at that handly with apprintlce H. Rul Mlem n l m was i
4th Race "I" Imported-8% Fg Purse $375.00 Peel Close2:23 time. This is oly a theory andf Looks like we'l- never get rid GetI Wl Aw
Qi-nlela so cannot be acc^epted 'a al faort.na ese Bravo fIt.. .....
B1-Jig'sUp A. To 97x- n g Beut to get bank ths otgi aaBrav a
2-Darlene F. HFialg 114 .-BeUrsah lowe ,ut 80-1 theme of the twar t hinrode ambtei fhsBrao hat po WM Wt .
5-Jub Lcy A. Ma103 -1 gshot chance only I-1 ranking turfltl ewe the raceyi takes plac Vonlow. 3 mS2??
8-Atom 0. V. Ord4ies 118 --Shoing Improvement as0-I Ion that it was not Un honest-e up. H e What's thl? r dly let fldi .
ly. These gentlemen her srt y Merry Mason ran ouht aa peft fa
A**In of ma ponsw remained emoney whbhsbs in erclu3. or to be$ bepyd, auhii Moer,
5th Race "A" Natives 7 Fgs.Purse $375.00- Peel c :55 on the rak's prt discuss- a sng cnd after start- d
1-Dalida P. V. Brown 11S--Fair efforts recently 41 Mg the race long ter It had olM afory. te one. Bra- "
2-Golden Fan C. Ruis 112 -Could do it tomorrow 4-1 been run. ,. ho on mutuele once Bedlam awk fin ,to b a aenrll-w
a bb.dtalne s 8 hei aeker f -utighto ed ot money. ea n ma"t s:.
5-8sxaola V. OUtega 115 -ade up penty ground 8-1 another paper aknew nothing of Jui inoea eon the 1ikn a eos' ondoor fight AC IO
6-La Enca J. Reyes 118 --"xperts" choice oethe prolonged preseoce of and BedInt finehed wo engthsie olumbus Circle Coliseum. -
-track andt e tnex ran h behind the winner a veryre- r s *
0th Race "G" Impo 15Han'g.Pas $ Mm e Cl 01es 2:35 a story in his paper g ondemn- vealin r oand in the mean- It .em theedlap element is alt
J Iwe0gtt later
-BedasRace of the no1 len h our e fans who time notvo, r? favor- SemefS
2-Amer. Maid ev. Phillip 118 -ar ed 15-1 to the lrtemaJe bettos' Whateit rtce L
-Double "I"n R. nuerra ln07x-Distance oy0 d even adootoiers"hi tayed be- is the adatly misunderstood Mr. '-
ace,"4" 1&.C _o 8: y a Se- Lek&likerwell.-nevermet-_ ml I -l
.-. et-oae FA. Rose 115 -Confrmed l-ad-owtr 0-1 e- t stride. ng, wivti ol ite re st p .ase
6-Petiat Pols Orsep 118 -Returns from otreit 15-1 The app reelpl- over e week nm. ,W .'e-Bea: l n
S-- o dCtr 0. 0 U.1_0-.h ou h.etim re u 1 -1o t ebg't ..:-au Inleto ae
1-Jepperin Fe T18 e-Would 10-1 it r t I s andtsoaBath et
F-rh( V.n-roft R, chance 10-1 an gte By COMiAd- 'r oe th pl
3-Pncel V. Tid 11 --ay hold on tomorrow 3-1 tto the
l V. 10rown 6I01 i the running t n at the saew and---
g n wmV. O 7 11l ern od revtet their fladingsth .
T p M. -n 101x-Alw-ys .e .oure.. onat1Ue w- i '
of a ny erall find as r the w s ltew-
.-h c D Im"$rted -f" Piarse $3At. .so5, r d in: rsr d
port wich: boiled down,
Ri . Gu 1018 --eoher snt% ales 10-1 TOskkeonie u was notr _r o a o
-"e 9.L. 111b b l .s 14-1Itherended umpo byU "standg .ir
m---oen lnda C. Ruts 1125 Cu o "lure thlld 4 bI', bt ther ee n
8- nCh ar is Prl ce F .Rod e 10 B Chan ce a nly rls10-1 This report was IseOn a, Be la .
Junta do Control isiJuegso and
A-- 0t e-d-. 3a m s0e-PelCl es .+.ih to tios eioting there has been
IMh BV* C I5mpooted-1 Mea e.- nl Cloesf _:q -o final iuing on the matter by
-FollowIEa V. Brown 107-ow unpredictable 5-1 ot wtule of the Junta Is In
O--rgia V. Casbllp 106x--o ld do better to"w 10 -1 effa:t I. t in the rdstewards withe
. l5-.0 V_ CSst llo118 -Bsd to beat here 8-2 eso::.d t. and while it.is believ- .
46-NoR. J C. RulA 110C --iI "to-flinla" even dthloe suspended jockeys tlo bei
5-Newmlntitr C. Igleslas 106 -0omewhba hpoeted 10-1 afh led to ride very soon, It Is a
ubhnsiso believed thi' tn thee Junt ..vs ry
-." i lrackes are no t lo n required"
.r eaa they should sn he themselves
l O~th R ace pr te 1 P u W14 1. Pool C loe 3: 3 tren a lo c ans.orydin g on e ma .e bo yi.ael m nI S
stewards hawe failed toi
,-fVRa cel o ft1 rto fbe t h- c I n g tha light iand theyie oc--."r"
As-fans ItoRoyal"h"ela stpnde m sh o a .
diotaeptd the ruaso The ntill .
IJ 1'e l observe andit fume at er
o1 tormentors to thetresaten
lg m with phyasoal violenop and
otherRvways sake themselvesek
toy'le racing gentry.
huall th eme lIvely mo-
7gtnts me steward-chart maker-
R otor. with perspiring brow, l -
SpeFUout nhis plan of attack or-.
7out hidlnotatc oth ,+... +
f-ns" e that lnvariably appears
"4e next day's pub Th6,61of Ile ma who aws
V* MOWW 'T '* .Ao ... = ynW. iW
Sthese Ioings-onI but II I
Tuir multd'Trovolarm Ioss.lo omlr-Of you. time In progress one prominent Whim "
has been able to escape the
!iS h ee 'ef the stewards in the unan-
hi or, dl k W Wmcd_ clam-p drive they
.O o + To
dLe-1aor lmou k his "gentleman" is none oth- -
i lun the "saintly" JoM "Paco" s I 1 I
Imi hask ,bed o #at&i Iy4,whoha con- ',I iU
Y wa sth e w a r d t h a t l e m 0 .' n .
eo Sie T at -e" m most of the other Jockeys, Is ,
dw ft -W N.PgV.IUI9S~Yd~Sj seY a clean-riding ml am
"Ofty ",-FmRo~dd~oepaaplOftely honest felWW but M*
A aoWdi i merely the vIetim of bad breaks,
?".h riding tactics of the
,. .... reek's "bad loys,1" poor trftk
" "' gsa.. am ..ri o n er
IIImh sf ar as th stemwardsw am,
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asIoenD billing. His ab
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Dhis defensive work ines
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ma omasfwtristance o ro l
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9A oa Orthtobia they
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far th10 "eas "Topperu
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nks Met Bombers
rris, Robinson Spi
Eznad Char.es 'Kayoes'
Coley Wallace In Tenth
NC Jt O. Dma. 18 (Uti) husetts bloek-bustor amned a
M.ne^ 1t n Cei ew M0 in Tokyo by rock-
Ch tarted the Itwo sparring. patnera even
tb t hou weaving hea9 y loves.
S C.t.1 com-i a p1OPr WiU leave
ARNO" _w Alewelg ht.sislon,
In the 10th round IAt over Billy Graham In
Only od r --back ya battle In New
2bto d trwe am ,
tete' mananger--Jake Uto .. doesa e
another shot at
we want a fnlnt mt w moving tte -m.
ladi for the ti t diviion. Oraha- sar
'Vol te Rok I beat Yount, I e- de.
any man in 'M as 1dle.
no t S D aranel U ,nlber ot .
uia million." Mint amys: U 1 tO o ai
w llllike to -ol the ftgh e6U;a ga .
M*a on to beMt d
SIcomf defend the title vaMated NY ob-
rrLwtino CQharle. .
SMaim sa Rax leeon. It tam
* ihad lost the Ul to Joe esomtr m n
Wa Charles waits, N lare m a Am ..
osntaibue his tour tn h h and im
Odeqt, The Brockton, U surprise.
t Cain In Exchanpg
oe Coleman, Fanovich
Dec. is (UP) UI be the team's regular tirst
fa AUtleUtis ilB W sman...It he rm with
I mood.. Wm champions. W ays,
0 o ed am U- hat's bard to Dmy. De forget
th t Now Y c~ ,M oluns bha UK dome .
W OM--bau fl worikfor n la the o ."
itmo re as.le. T Yankees a av war-
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TONIGHT'S GAMI (7io)
Yankees (Strsks 04) vs.
IST NIBIUPS RMULT
Bombers (', ves -ow )
Tonight at the Qlympic Sta-
-lMm It will be the Yankees'
bthand Victor Btr a
against te mbers' left Al
jIndro Chvav Both pitchem
nave not yet been involved In
any decisions in this season's
Lero ~u play.
The euteome of tonight's
eatet b sure to chage the
8nwnda fer ft A iM a while
a me h wI m to the
seller and adew the st ple.
Beboers to m"Ie lat seend
Lut natht aumlbet Robin.
son overmea sa beglnnMin
to t so pro-
= .sd _fi own-
teo to ndie s atteeod wts2h the
Bombers bated two ha and
two doub le for a 7-iry.
i5ls e I
sUr1 rte A.r A1o waI
Ciyde.Par hd a eflt eve-
ning: at the vwt with a aimer
an th reesIl. Iobbfy res-
coto had a 'ad I le
while Oeny Thorne, vim two
sl4lS e was the Only Irownie to
tamer more thn o pe safety.
get busy and do something."
Tle Chicgo White Sx gen-
era man -rU Lane-
S ot t Yank AtlMtica
dl "Of coun I'm i ppt-
ed. y s a af rt e
and we O ul
talent oefr $150000 alone.
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INVOLVED IN TRADE In an 11-man deal the New York Yank-..
eea gave up outllMdet SOW 2tenna (upper left) and prime Negij
first baseman Vie Power (upper right) for pitcher Harry Byrt
(lower 16ft) aM fitrsa' lMema d Robinson (lower right) of tl W6A
Philadelphia Athletics. Yankee outfielder Don Bollweg also wen$ 4
to Philadelphia. Six othei players were Involved in a deal wl
the Yankee farm club at tUnast City.
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'Nike' Coming -
WASHINGTON, -Dec. 18 (UP) "Let the people know the truth and the country Ui safe" Abraham Lincoln.
---The Army's- super-accurate
"Nike" guided missile, designed TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS9, 1953 PIVE CINTI
to track down and destroy high-
flying bombers, soon will start -
guarding the nation's capital a- '
against possible enemy attack, It
The Army said the first "Nike"
-Unit In the nationwide anti- LiIs-
aircraft system will be installed
."in the near future" at Fort
,Meade, Md. midway between
Washington and Baltimore. ,c
There are a number of anti-,n -5 . -' -.'
raft un in the surrounding Balloting For French Presit
Wash,,gt n is the first of .loked t
many =9g; -a* .across -the VERSAILLES. Dee. 18'(UP) %otes, are dead against Lanlel, dault withdrew from the race h a d ult and
nation whie1. qentyally will be Right-wing Premier Joseph La- especially because of his right- before the third ballot. the ehrge not drp
guarded by *tjr iwabnIc i s- niel jumped into a strong lead wing Internal policies. Bldault quitafter a morning two tear a helsthrouh
*'11e. whOe delids still are wrap- today on a third ballot by par- M.a ny supporters of Gen. round of conferences and releas- -Th W" "' T T -Pirms-1.
_ed in cotiderable secrecy, ament for the Presidency of Charles de Gaulle oppose La. ed the 115 votes of his Popular , .
The Army saa "Nike" bat- the French republic. But he niel because he stands sponsor Republican Party tp .any man l-
tans will be st up around failed to get the necessary ab- for the European Army pact. the members might w. WilI .-l cU
principal population and in- solute majority and a history- Radical Socialist Yvon Delbos Never before in Frech .pres-
Srm cretary Robert T necessary lot with 255 votes, two ballots ben needed to chose
Artemy aid reetly the t frs The portly Independent Party Foreign Minister Georges Bl- a chief of state .
stevens said recently thef s textile millionaire rpceived358 Contraots for.muintenance .. "
nit should be ready for action votes against 313 for Socialistpain who r
January.. Marcel Edmond Naegelen, bitter this fiscal ye W approxina- -.
The "Nike,,named after the foe of the European Army Pact tl2 F R o eo lttacurter ". .
tr reek gooddess of victory, es- and the Eures fr aU t teiv 240 Panga .nal quarter-
ientially is a two-stage rocket Europe. will awarded t three Pan-
About 20 feet long and one foot But the man who wins must ama pinL contractors on the
diameter. 'get 462 votes, an absolute ma-b o W biqi whichere
It has a speed of About 1,500 ority of the members of the opened fWedl0 -.hin the oVf- A aIe and Dec.- 1- Af
les an hour and a range of National Assembly and Senate flee of the A pbering and UP) --- e llbetl 'i
ore than 20 miles, according who, in joint session, elect eCoa tructoln Dir t
Army sources. French presidents. Apparent low der were toay that i"wr
It rides a radar beam until The fourth ballot was ordered Tropical r ail ny, $19,- iut oi te "m.any.
t nears its target then switch- for 8:30 tonight. 865 for -teilOZ tinZng ont l t pr le of race I- mB
Mas to its own homing device. Parliamentary experts predict- quarters located Margaritay Awakene th ha t ie
The Army showed reporters a ed that the fourth ballot would Old rstol and bow City; tribalcha o tive
im of the missile attacking a make or break Lanlel. AW. ". Coffeu, 8,,5 fo work in the Queen woenprth o
-17 bomber. Socialists and Communists, .Gambof Saf n tW S aff r wor alsa in 1u Uiw at emtTtI"
It slid along the wings of the who control one-third of the and. t heO mb enltentlary; on the raI c
i ane the c rasphed n tora the ________________ ___ _______ wagn't andmttel^ the U.r cn t he racm
ane, then crashed into the and ervico er, $$11,455over large are the
y. In a second the plane's iA c for mnteela aindag in Commonweal th.
a. dropped off and it starteDeachment Balboa, D o d "I.knOw the B
=unging to the ground, trailing *l ASco,. Babalo*arAbeI lema Ia
e and smoke. k.Wxte'tor i: e'mrh.l to be Paln le atVSe.
The engine and other -parts a o nte iond n'te r halt o1 tohe b te ,T ie"-"-
en drop ed away until hardly houses whiIe oonf s roefs will them as a
ything was left.s berepantad ,,. Pl rem lwder, interesteof
1.6 ZtolC r to 0 as tein o,
o niy Ch stThe 7448th Army Unit. Womr- ew col w-
t la ens' Army Corp Detachment at a-e.." ,-
Ageeiie s Fort Clayton will bi inactivatti i a der__
liam Jup Jan. 25, I was announced yen. ', n ,
teeday by the Caribbean Corn-
checkss Tonight mONd.,to
Authorized strength of the Jn ***J
Tonight, L. M. Brockmand WA complement which was Ia'-
-oairman of the board of direc- tivated in the command on OcM&
will present. Community 16, 'l9', is three officers and '15
oet checks to the elev npar- enlisted women.
Sdinnetr-I reenationl Will be tachment will be reassigned to
d at the Balboa YMCA at 6 other commands and personnel
*clock. eligible for end-of-enlistment BA ..N ATEMP 1D m.
Also Ineluded in the schedule separation will be dlschlarged (right) S siooked by Stnanhout P
Events will be presetatiOn o' from the service ed SLUMd*. The 13-year-old boy' 4. house DtivioloNE
rtterS of commendation from The Department of the Army, yeirem high school Abudent, w 4 conclusion of a It r
v. John 8. Seybold to certain in the interest of economy and covering in the hospital from e ialesmawhlp tr
member of the boa d of direv- conservation of manpower, is crime, young Castro said, "80 o t house* onso ..
and campaign solicitors who. consolidating small detachments wasn't mad i.7 house th n e 5. .
ntributed outstanding jol o a.)f military personnel where pos- fthe Ptrainees, meet Inevh
tse community Chest ca 'I sible to reduce overhead operas- The futrainees, mee t in seve.a
n s7. yeas i c Duties presently asas g naid- veu roMe and thre l t P .' ,.
In this yearn s drive, Can91 members of the detachment, 69 wlbo--heai h
ias and Panama business which are for the most part ad- K aeu~et offipel inon d .iOh_ ..
ce ers contributed $32,046 to ministrative and clerical in na- certif their compl oftheo ed to o-4
rthe'drive, meeting the operating ture, will be taken over by othz r4 -An gotzing D r" o
irpes fof the coming year miito ary personnel already Actng Communit
Expected to attend are meon- the command. DArcto l Coty ad- J d
Ipeluding: Eugene Askew, Lt., It Is planned tn have inactiva- ROM Dec. 18 (UP) For- drAed the iCise trai -wa
01. Walter It. Gerdau, Air t4on ceremonies at which time mer premier Alcide De GLspe t ph, whil C. D. DR t t avdl
Force; Capt. D, V. Gladding, appropriate recognition of 'he ideology At leader of the Chra- visor, Northern intend th ql-
Iavy; Lt. Col. Q1wight W. Bl4g seven years of service perform' tian Democrat Party, warned
iinklosky (treasurer); Ru0/1ll detachinent will be given. Italy "has been and remains in 'he course emphasidz s- last Moday. '
i (secretary): Eleanor MAC- Two o0 the WAC Officer the hands of the Commtuist oMer relations and sales t The.V_ -g fatl- wu u
enny; Walter R. Hunnicutt; presently members of staff sec- movement .e. ed d .uto
0eorge Reel; Mary Brigepua; tons of local U.S. headquarters. The .72-year-old ex-premlier. trainees met acn wa dklOk as ma
Brodie Burnham; Stanley Legiy will not be affected by the ina.-' urged th Christ'ian Democrats.,n Brodfiole Burnham, atnel H s d ft W a .
and William Jump. tivatioh. whom he lead for eight years n
Members of the Red Feather before yielding to his formerrau. "a
participating agencies who will The affected detachment is collabotor and minister Qlu- .ham t
acceptt the checks will be: Lt. commanded by 1at Lt. Carol./rl seppa lellh..to "review the aptrit ,a.e..xe"
1. R. F. Mulholland, Salva- E. Barne.s whose hometown ad- of the party . bring Its pro- .
n Army: William Halabaugn, dress Is, Rte 1, Box 321, Laton, gram up to date to the new (. (U T .
Scouts; Mrs. Russel Wise, CaL needs anm economic conditlens." Lnhni F o
Scouts; Lesleigh Davis, ---De Gpr made the remarks 11 grpointed Director i
bal YMCA; Arnold Bodg- a in an arte appearing today in .. pr.. t .1 and ahre l*.
alboa YMCA; Capt. Ed- e i n the first s of a new Chri- active vice
odgson, Salvation AIry, tLan Deuocagrt weekly magazine '...
O. Parker, StLmmer Re Al entitled ",ipupslon." P. F Dunsnqoor, adminlstra- *
program; v Ar Oig al vew Italian political assistant to the Gove~p0g "7' ; .' . .. ... .
O. Paxson, Acting _.rv events e,. the ne1 .. lM bee' appoted sip '
the Concl oe nd Poa Ovr H tonG brought about the tor of the Selective ", A; "A
merica will also at- 1t3id: "The reason for our dis- .a- annomned yesterday.
ting. The Caribbean Players is ori.ntatlon and paralysis since annu n edy eserda 4,.
scheduled to present an original the elections lies in the fact former chief Of the manage ..-..
Christmas radio show on Thurs- that the inspiration, initiav4 s"af-.of't.e Panat' L.'
day, December 24 at 9 p m. over and direction of political ma- panf of appold .
today In the hands of the Communist .'ma t.ed
Titled "We Want Santa." the ThV reesML of this, De Gasperi t Qul aa--"
half-hour domestic comedy was said, was "the' breakup of the -
written by Pfc. Dan Anderson. democratic bloc, first of the te. a s. "
ex-script writer for NBC now minor parties, then of the frd..
stationed at Ft. Clayton. The Christian Demoorats. ...,
is being directed by Arthur we revive the spirit of tfe par- tr
P date to new d ads and economic
The story concerns a young conditions,' De Gasperi said...R
married couple, who. In addition In a ~4Id. examination of -
to expecting a miserly and gruff the political cne pnd an out-. U" "
uncle for the Yuletide season, al- spoken ec of his party
so find themselves the day be- De Gadel.-i .the Chitian
inef tu th cas ar Ltn th i& "
Included in the cast are Lt carlot al d power."
Robert Tartell, dental officer at _ro __l ___o
Ft Kobbe: Cant. Sherwin Mor-
is. dental officer. U.S. Army M yb nt
hospital, Ft. Clayton: Pfc.
ers are PanMrs. Doris Plianos, I "whe I' was cAi.
aine Payne Mrs. Lotte its owa', A '"
Mrs. Marie Myers. Bill Ch .
n. Art Payne and 8gt The Master
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