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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01814
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The Hotel Washington in Col6n will operated
the firm of Inversiones MottaSA. from Jan. 1. ,
Announcement that the hotel will be leased to
operated by the Motto firm was made today at BI
Heights after Gov. J. S. Seybold, in his capacity as
ident of the Ponamd Canal Company, and Arturo
Motta, representing the Motta brothers, signed thi
orating contract today, according to a Balboa
announcement.
The decision to lease the hotel for operation
private enterprise was reached at the December n
Sing of the boar directors of the Panam6 Canal
pany in Wa. '
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Company.
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residence for PaIai Railroad lic of Panama.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN "But seur---You' rbin tbe P*c"
SUNODn BY NLON IOUNSIWVLL IN o 4 2La o N .ews I
MARMODIO AIA. EDITOR. .
?, .ofrra P. osex 4. P'NAMA. R And
TSLPHONI PANAMA NO. 2-0740 RILlN, qML i "d
1.0oN OFFICE, 132.7 CENTRAL AVENUR rTWEEIN IStM ) ANIs" 5Tm iTm "
F Ou .. REPREoNTATIV. JOSHUAN POWERS. INC.
S349 MADISON Avg. NEW YORK. 417) N Y. C m ent
LINeL, mmy MAI& 1w a wr na,
IVN M19 M1. IN ADVAN CE 3S0. 1.77 0 2. 01
0 ,on mo N .s m o.ADVANc .e0o t 1.00
-0 $e0 4 TR. &0AD VAN 1 o0 8 oo By Victor Riesel
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN CbLUMN Some unions maintain hotels,
skyscrapers, summer camps, r ci -
small navies and a rfleets, bnks
T H E M A IL andevenWall Street rtfolior.
Now here's '.one with its own,
H E M A 1 chorus line of eight -- qoum ea
eight girls. for goo rson
TheMalxtanpofor a defi. nme Ame This union's ci .terh : ined
ke64s Letters a received gratefully and ane hA .' ai sh411y u"f that his foll power smake
Nf-that his follow make pa
de-liS mtaqer. the largest AF local in the land
Jf ye a se tr te letter don't b Irlmatient it it doesn't appear tih will enjoy democracy even it t
Nwa day. Lmettes re published in the order rcerIve*l takes glamor to interest them. in
Plese try to keep the letters limited to one pose length. it.
Ideatty of letter writers is held in strictest cmtidese.r
This newspaper assume no responsibility to satements as opinions That's how it began. Only a few
epe in letters h rm rses. members were coming out to
S o meetings of Chicago's Electrical
Workers Union, which now covers -
SCHRISTMAS AT GATUN LOCKS 104 factories producing some 60
per cent of all the radio and TV
Bir e sets and parts in the U.S. And
even this handful of faithful mem
,The undersigned desires to express, by way of this medium bers were bored by disrupters and
his'deepest appreciation of the annual holiday display on Gatus propagandists a decade ago. The
locks. loudmouths harangued them until
Every ship in transit is greeted with the ingihg peala of the members staged coming and *
Christmas hymns and carols, the multi-colored lights and other the organized few threatened to
dec nations around the control house and on the upper eaat wing- take over this union, Local 1031,
wal, From the men on the locks a personal Chtistmas card Is International Brotherhood of Elec
pretnted to the master & crew of the ships in transit. S its chief, Frank Darling ired
As personally witnessed, the over-all effect of this particular o 0 vaudeville act and a four- e
display of the Christmas spirit on Gatun locks does make a deep aiece and and told his members e
and lasting impression the men that sail the Seven Seas. On o come back to meetings to en-
behalf of these men of all nations and myself, my humble thanks joy themselves.
to the "goodwill ambassadors to the Seven Seas." rilsh
Today, 10 years later, 'Frank Dar- gs
Volkert F. Jacobs, ling tells me his union meetings e
Panama Canal Pilot. re the world's largest. Because ,
his union hall 'seats o'ly ,
members and takes 800 stanees, t
,-. .-- ... .he must run the'union session (to
decide policy and tactics) in four Ve '
h|Pit I- e iiii ,5 nightly installments.
Once every two ihonths he puts the
.. together a regular big time revue, t
which in the past. has starred Jim-- U.
my Durante, Eddie Cantor, Sophie
Tucker, Danny Thomas and others
t B iin the $5,000 a night firmament.
The show is built around the stars r
and the union's own, eight gal
chorus linq and all the*girls arean O ou rag
union members right off the as-
sembly line of some rpdio or TV By 5 1 RUARK
'- : .p lant..'
'' Darling negotiates with the the-- .i .i
.atrical.nions and pays the grl A certain Mister Bun AUln of unspeaking. The I something fish in in the
this time of the year, he hammers taken leave of his sens i an es- feane and acquitd mainnerlmsI
together a show which could keep e really 'painful mairgm-,It has and lekve. the nobl mma in a rain, im
them lined up right through New seen announced that hei is taki a patheirun bnet li gh t. I expec l that probhbl .
York'sw Shubert Alley. The show safari 15 young ldes ot tcares you Into sudden raw on
this year, for t which the ion Keny to show them' sd lions early. t and
paying $75,000, ran from De.c. I and hyanas. I tasot see hoBUy yPlay~ It
through Dec. 19 and you, get in Mr. Allen -i. a brave manwr, as-.be arbiter* W1W 1 wonae nob an of
by invitation or union bk o enly. pdem etratedby thfact that heoa uldoe ail will bdipeove th, t at t
AyThe uion askd the m s movie afarics, and dithe and bel isa eat amnd n .ot a th studio eac oa a t whit- .%

pany of 48. Eserybody hada god ttwhi e5 1 loethi d ryIshogging c
(ENTRAL wtbehGae4f : an d flekfd Of Ofd er Uhor .
r 2 timre for two weeks and the did n'tao otldrth ta the ar ap ere willB on
growl at each other bacn t au M with a pin bator all the Coke And Jane has. ust wants to ackle el .
g; plants the morning teafter., 'go ba tato the iftoe PAtched Ra .i t To h en)ft ilAn _bth.tI '
(aMp Ppuy, shows Mre fke
During the a between taonthsw rw tso his 0ll p aet. Tm
crrlr for tbe meilib~sliip,~6stinD An CNNs t willOrrsh tisu is 1 t -- J't
1"u. when Darling isn't producing ghen i- at fan". Ia c wi .
wcals fr a eor e M ath i oyns e obeAarl fall in I tAftote'V '. w ti,














U FOBCIRCUIT I or oran ui cmpains aolices aboad Predeim jot i nl a
he runs a/ful lengtimo e* three and scE msr at ne rd i i es ldv she
SbLingo g am es and fre danc.g. afraid ofo the n ises a dad T a ys their Ilunts In I lIat eveyoha Th








"b ding e prarln tells the e an" m theout hb shl p o ad we can oa
However, this isn't just to report me ato e finding *orlo hle of ACn uo
rtant. parshoes.-.d ]Wore tha n c pm:Po hamos been wi veIn tTne e-a .
to you that Darling is C ago's More thean P esd bo de ino eaule hve t n e ha t
WR RM 4IN T1E PAMILY This sketch by Ceilna Tat, biggest buyer of talent in thig dty a safari th e a cinch the idu the fsees wat ead the ms J.l
of vaudevillians who m ouhi the t elt and hating ea h9 he, .e einthe sky. th i .ti will kepi tH
r'Xa l btwtof It is Piaql Ga guin. wa inspired by the palnt- passing ot their great profession. cause you live strictly in ae pretty budiy d e d a S bus 5
ar's nI& Ilo mt. tit IiPolm of a Parts exposition ofdrawer'syonk et ,e. s b p=e wu.in lit a.u.r

y chl aldt.r the Oceania colonies. The 12-year-o-ld girl, who T t15,0 emo report t eha t you emn two d to etec north I a io. th s and a otrd Alre uun wotil .. eanq '00
crbbld"My Grandfather'" Nl Gauguin" atop the drawing, is sin5,000 members gves the union pe otl your owt and tor pt to arie ho i i s 4ot il t He a N t I .
Sbusines Darling gives them union toa of y onx ain mooa overS i re aaten oan n h 1& Jla nM a Il
t u f. .n o--f business. *first, the" the show" a or erd he *rsid th b m wooMny ove t he hand e ht t ,
movie and the dancing. T au ever te pected:. 'e .. a r ,f e .. ,am ..









ariny Lifelong isr will fnreblit- H will hav e to cope with 1 hep- tu athat I am not
This makes it tough for .anye -ind6 rthfro1adi1brsve i aad o r H so
ofpoi with a pitchto get up r new kha and co burn, tet li
and ma e some wild plea o lr fll two weeks later stony face4 and toes,w e Uars ,
buster the sess i.oh to keep them
from bpm*truc, l e businth*q whe o Ho
S C TAa Duralet or a Martha Ray b
L. "J" T Tthe Is waiting to 3on and .

TBy P11er Efisn"
"sed; SO B IG. t:,. :
O[ CIRCUIT '"ycartic union ean a ay r a e
clean un on. This outfit hA never I w
Shared -y member any nlti
Presents: atlon f pecial aaesMnLa- ,.
We d only six strikes WASHINGTON --(NEA) k. Har- McCarthy, hi broadeuct A PridtLl ofa
in thre :~akl, years and none passed from withIn his o. pgY TO prs Trum4a1s
aa walkog eape'in the course of idoeaf ;t home apd'P ritls'" llas of" 'oinnit innr.,
JUST FOR TODAY! org a g i. _oreisn policies abroad, President blqe la d b" fe m a
-union welfare abuse, isehower In the next 30 dayp. tlu l m awion Ia
investigation in at falesthe most trying period of his wk'g; TFo musln w and
:' ALIA. VAUJ, d MEEDEO NAZZARI, in lest x. sates, it doesn't exist admsunltratlon. na, poepi) uii g1 D
here because perling tells the em- "is the month In which 'i .dM d r d .i

al important budget and ta to the em; om., ,tan u 'o' t ,
Futhbeasomr; Darling has con -props for the nest fiscal year, stlhe in the senate, sim 0.h
4wanced sInic employers that they I this period the President needs Ens issue.
ogkt to b~atall traditIon by glv- all the help and support that e It seemed thai the. Pmdde
law thoed their workers wbo've m.n get. .ookd more inh ps tha r when beoaf
beeanb.J t.:b~ at least 10 years : m in the prt. year hi 1
A PAY; I' cold stabilize the in 'ola that he Is not gettingit. That wa
""n9 smiled, n-odlluction.by entij. Cartha assertion, "I am not ch-al
thD I I 0. soer pine all bus.- I president Jlsenhovere
________________,._,._._,.,,,,_____ leadshihe did just t .a ,,, .. -a- in
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25o anded with caLsr wire Presiden t, Mb l et
., Now a Tresry the President and Secretary ome .'.
"LS 0 B I Gal l ntowing mSste Jjun Foster Dulsd had Uade The
'1 m~ ato bed~actdre. formal statements in de4aW, oftfom hlt
Sm a hasalted the admldstratioe foreign polnria. But he oas f
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COLUMBIA. 8 C., Dec. 22 (UP)
-A Negro convict who told po-
lice he killed a young couple
near Pamplico. 8.C.. Dec. 6, to
rob them of $18 today was lock-
.ad in a security cell of the state
Speritentlary as authorities
hoped to avoid any mob violence.
The Negro, 38-year-old Ray-
Smend Carney. was captured by
. three hunters near Johnsonville,
S8 C.. Saturday and rushed here
by poUee ps an angry crowd
ratnered around the Johnson-
vil:e lall
Authorities also disclosed to-
day Carney nearly escaped while
ben held at Johnsonville.
Officers said Carney readily
admitted the brutal murders of
15-year-old Betty Claire Cain, of
SP.mplco and her companion,
Harvey B. Allen. 22. of Latta,
P 'r.
Police said that during the
St.p from ,'olinonmlle. the lan-
ky Negro told hol he snot the
two during a robbery, beheaded
t's girl with a pocket knife and


20 miles from Pamplico during
the 16 days he was sought.
He said he slept in tobacco
barns, but several times went
Into stores to buy food with
the $18 be took from the body
of Alien.
Rewards totaling $4,500 were
offered for the capture of the
killer, and police said the money
probably would go to the hunt-
era, Delmas M. ore. and .Hugh
Turner of Pampico ant Lang-
ston Cox of Johnsonville.
Police named C4rner their
main suspect after he dsap-
peared from his cabin near the
scene of the savage slaying the
day the girl's body was found.
Several .38 caliber cartridges
and some pocket books describ-
ing murder cases were found In
the cabin and the FBI issued a
fugitive warrant for him.
Miss Cain and Allen both had
been shOt through the head
with a .38, caliber pistol.
-Carney told officers Satlr-
day night where the murder
weapon was hidden and police
found it buried behind his eab-


t -i buried the bodies separ- in.
a ", Officers also found a watch
Wyndham Mannine. head belonging to Allen hidden in the
of the penitentiary. said Car- cabin stove
n.y repeated his concession be- Carney. with a record of 11
fore a group of officers when he previous arrests for minor
arrived here. crimes, fled a North Carolina
Manning said the fugitive prison last March and was want-
nearly esraped from the jail in ed by authorities from that
Jnhnsopvlle. state.
Cnrnev .omeho eaot a tire
to-I and almost pried open his' The ild Grind
c- i door while poll were out BUFFALO, N.Y. (UP)-A safer.
l''. of the lall tnclne to qhiet simpler and easier method of pack.
the mob that quickly gathered ing grnding heels for shiopint
Officers returned to the cell just has been developed by the Electro
In time to keep him from escape. Refractories & Abrasives Core.
Ir- Phich ships the wheels upright in
'e saitge slaying of the an open rack. Heavy cardboard
y; couple touched off one of prevents friction between wheels.
the i~ggest manhunts in South Previoliilv rinnding wheels were
Cprolina history. yet Carney toldshipped lying flat on top of one
police he was never more than another.


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FlT'O DOMY
Justo Aroetmena Avi. and 33 St
MORRISON
R Streel No. 76


. THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No 57
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FOR SALE FOR SALE
S Household Aulemobiles
O SALE. Electric stove, tour Walk fer blocks end savee hum.-
burner, large size $85,00, sde- dd dellen., uy year used cse at
ford .S105.00, wardrobe 5130 HASMO t A_. -30221, Vie
i',r dresser $95.00; two rcw lIpe 51, ______
ib:Bs, $15.00 each. Custom I t ,,t iNew tire special. 600 x 16, $14
rnchlogony furniture, one year used 670 x 15, $16. With yeur eld
4n!y. Tel. 2-3518. Panaoa. tire. All ether sie drastically re-
fOR SALE:--4 burner stoe, good duced. Drive in to T.A.T. Ne. 25
Condition, oven and two drawersI AutemobHe Rev.
Apply 97.Justo Arosemeno Avenue RE -Autonobile Liabiliry Poelcy No.
4op ficbr. __ UCA-1033217 covering your 1951
fO SALE:-Gos stove in good con Morrni Minor Convertible Coupe. V
4ition. Four burners, over. broile. FOR SALE OR TRADE.--1953 Ford
and two drawers. 50th Street No Viclorao, leaving for State& soon.
8. _.____ Albrcok 86-7223. DC
SAL;-- -Must sacrifice rev G. FOR SALE:-1942 Chevrolet 4 door f<
(. 7 ft. 60 cycle refrigerator, rma- and 1933 Mercury 4 dbor Mer- c
hogony livingroom 6 pc. sie. Mod- cormoic Shift. Both in excellent
*rn blond mahogany double-bed condition. Priced to sell.. House
Al excellent condition, stete. Al- 2162-A, Curundu or phone 4205
brook 2247. Ccile Darien 5 Apt. 3
----- .--.- FOR SALE 1946, 2 Door, 88
fO, SALE:-KOtchen table, 2 chiars, Oldsmobile, good condition, $475. A
two refrigerators, diningroom set. 00.8th St. Hbuse 2226-B, Curun-
bar, radio-Victrola, baby corr.oge. cu '1J.
tnattress, baby's swing. Other
household effects, 220-D. Podran FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac Catalina.
Ohone 3267. V'," good condition. Reasonable
S220-P1, Rodman. phone 3267. F
R SALE:--One wardrobe, dir. .--, B ickm phne 37.
kifrWl cabinet, etc. Misc. h.etke- FQr. SALE. Buick Spetial 193'
oi4oicles. H St. No.N ;I, up-' [Dnaoilow,.- year old. perfect conr
Jt idl-ongma. aI lon. duty paid, leaving colntrt,. F
P ds, Ass:. Caoe No 2. House 210, L C4iu'-
p-'SAE-.-Two bids, Asstd. mar lre, Tel 2020 .'
f'e,6s.' Phone Balboa 4131, after
SWe*. e Blbo 4131, ar FCP SALE: -- 1949 PACKARD SE--
IDrAE:- -Lh er oDeod PAN, good tire. leather upholstery. Fl
O SALE:-Leather overstulfed so. Or, 38 000 MILES. Price $900.-
faoand 2 matching chairs, $6. C0.' Call Curundu 2258 or 4257
Hollywood double bed, $40. Apt from 7 o'clock to 3.30. After of-
1. No. 7, Col. Jooquin Aroseme-I twice hours. Call Curundu 4108.
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FOR SALL:; -1i .flUvIrUlie, *uu
6OB-SALE:--Mahogany dinette, re- condition, $195.00. Cal 5-126.
frigerator and new washing ma- Gntun.
chine, 25 Cycle; 3 beds; crib and
mattress new; kitchen table. See PERSONALS
at house 406-B, Ancon. Ti.oli Ave
FR SALE: Bamboo sofa, grass MERRY XMAS
rugs, 2 chairs, b F kcose, table. &
,ironing *board, Mi:p. iterps. Rou- Hep New Year'
seau 174, Navy 3206 day. Harl A Dua '"
FOR SALE:-rStudiq couch, uphdls. W anted Po ition
tered, convertible to bed with Wan rOS
matching oirmchair, color gre y.
Kondohar rug 9 x 15, dark colors. Experienced bilingual accounting
Wil sCll above as set for $1 20.00. clerk desires a steady position in a.
Al in good condition. Bedroom set. reliable firm. Either side. Write P.
maple, Colonial American sle.. O. Box 858. Colon
double bed, innerspring rmartq, j
*lresser with 5 x 3' mirnor rrfach-. OIna H lenie Seek
*d. chest of drawers, excellent S3i1a ni" ,eks
condition $200.00. Emerson Jr. 60
cycle 110 V fan $15.00. Kirby 60 Divorce From NY's
cycle vacuum cleaner with appur-
tenances. very little used. 60.00. W inthrop Gordiner
Phone 3-3141 (New Cristoball.
SOwner leaving Isthmus. BEVERL HLIS, Calif., Dec.
22 (UP) --Skating star Sona Hemne
FOR SALE aid todayy she will stek a divorce
F R SALE from ew York soieey figure Win-
Sthrop Gardiner.
Motorcvcley
CCIia n C Miss Henie, who will open an
FOR SALE:-1946 Indian Chef, A- ice show at the Sahara Hotel in
1, condition, $275.00. Write B~o L Vegas Feb. 23, said she prob-
817. Balboa, C. Z. bly would establish Nevada resi-
J ----1 ~ 411


FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Motor scooter, 540.00.
good condition, recently pointed.
Quarters 110-A, Albrook Air
Force Base.
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aence aunng ner appearance tnere
dnd ile ruit in the resort city.
She said she and the aviation
executive, married Sep. 15, 1959,
se. rated last May r.
SMiss Henie previously was mar.
tried to sportsman Dan Topping.
$be is Gardiner's fourth wife.

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Position Uttered
'WELLINGTON. N. Z. (UP) -
WANTED: Refrigeration Serviceman. Contrary to popular belief about
STheoretical knowledge, ample ex- New Zealander%' eating tastes
perience with domestic and com-Ilami is not their first choice. It's
mercial equipment and good refer- beef. Government statistics show
fences indispensable. Distrlbuidora New Zealander eat 109.9 poun4a,
;ElMctrica, S. A. Ancon Avenue.|of beef per capital, and onlJr 66.2
corner of H street across from Au- pounds of mutton, with lamb 'Way
to Service Co. down the list at 10.5 pounds.



YEARLY CLEARANCE SALE


USED CARS


CIA. CYRNOS, S.A.
t.,....,,ClJae Block from ivoli crossing)

We offtErHONEST and REAL

SBARGANS of all Makes and

Models.


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Ad 45 Central Ave.
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TRY our delicmioiu
Pizza Pie. Roavol, 5i
prepared by a N hipoltan f lit-J
our spotless kitchen belW
eyes The price for pne rt
75 Cts. HANCOCK 8AR,.e
Avenue No. 145, Tel. 2-362 it
to Central Theatre. soanld idof
street. private entrran lr. re
taurar.t.
)R. WENDEHAKE. MedicoEB lfc
Central Avenue "K" Street, To-
ner Telephone 2-3479. Po
Vhy does "The Lady Wan .o
Mink" at the Drive-in Theatre?
MUSIC
)o you desire excellent dance music
or your aocaols. receptions, etc. Then
oil Bennett. Tel. 2-1282, Panama
FOR SALE
MiBcellaneous
iKC registered Tey Bestemn s 1 pup-
pes The perfect gift. tall Navy
3812 iGenell's Coolh Beauty
Shop# business hours; Balboa 1389
any tine.
OR SALE:-Long Pliying Records.
Classical and popular AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street No. 6-A. :
OR SALE. Collection of coins.
Spanish Colonial period. Make nice
Christmas presents. Call Acker,
Balboa 4317.
OR SALE.-Three year old gelding
gentle as a dcg. Excellent riding
horse for small children. saddle
and bridle $50.00. 1948 model
Nash Sedan; Will run five Lwheels
and tires. Best offer next 5 days.
5183-B, Diablo. Tel. 2-1597.


FOR SALE:-RCA movie sound pro-
jeclcr, 16 mm. latest model, new.
Also movie screen, 52 x 70. Tel-
ephlone 3-2710 from 7 p. m. on.
FOR SALE- Fire Engine for a 6
year old boy. Perfect condition, ee
it at Aeropuerto Paitilla'rAo. 35-
A. Apt, 2. Tel. hesg
FOR SALE.-BiCccler very good con-
ditios. $25.00. -Inquli 0599 pt.
A. Bayono St., Ancon.
FOR SALE--White electric sewing
rsachine. Handsome cabinet. Fine
condition. Cost $170. SeUii* for
. 9 40th St. No,.3.
FOR SALE:--ThI standp4 tjwe-
writers, workfig condlttn. Calo
2-0912 before 4.30 g; m,
FOR SALE:--Boy's bicy4. with out-
rigger wheels for leawr, Wrfl
buy, $20. Tel. 2-365. .-'"
FOR SALE: Black female Cocker
Spanish pups AKC registered, 8
weeks old, $35.00 each. Call Al-
brook 86-3290.
FOR SALE:-Boy's bicycle, good con-
dition, $1600. Ukulele $4 00.
Very reasonable. Phone,2406. Bal-
boo.


FOR SALE
Beal Estate'


FOR SA.:--Beeotiful 1918m2 lot.
well lIeted by 12th Gren In Golf
SHelght. Rpee able Read.-Tel-
ephaop 'cfboo 73745.


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FOR RENT .; -- fhir.d residence
No. 25, 44th tree, ktr. floor, 3
bedrooms IIbrary, livin din-
ingroom, .kitchien. MaId'i room,
garage., t., v ryftd r. Teel-
ephone 3 -1920. r Tl
FOR RENT: -'3 chatt: one, two,
Three bedroom, Fumlahed or un-
furnish Te!e9 '3318. S
FOR RENT;/--BedbflMi' fl t hew
house at Golf Heights, 3 bedrooms.
2 bathrooms. 2 garagesmnd office.
Furnished Qr.unfurnished a desired.
Call 3-2807.
FOR RENT
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A4IAM3RA XrPARM TS
Modern 2._4 oild 5 room, fumished
or unfurnished. Alhanra's Office
8061, I'lth Street, CoAn. Tel-
ephone 1386.
ATTINTPON G. 1. Juit Ibilt modern
furnished. aportmt, one, two
Ibdvooubn,- t. cold .tel-
eph"ri> lpdr 3.4941W I
FOR IE .-"Nice aird bl opart-
ment. Two' bedrooms, living g and
diningrbl-e, kil4en, tthroom, 5
big closets, hot *atef,' laid's reom
and garage. Apply 97 'usto Aro-
serpena Ave., top floopr-
FOR RENT:--Oae and.t .hdroom
apartments In new bui" ing at 45
Automobile Row. Enqui 'at House-
hal4 Exchfanrge.
FOR RENT:-SmalJ opa npnt, pqr-
lor. diningroom, beom a nPA
kitchen, 145.o0. Jost Jl Hbregd
No. 18. Pasidena. RaiJ Conte.
FOR RENT'.-smlshed apartmentt,
livlhgroom, dlningrodm,2i bedroom.
gas stove, refrigerator.. 43rd. St.
No. 64. Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:-One bedroom furnish-
ed' apartment in basement of
private residence. 48th St. Nd. 3.
Bella Vista.

FOR RENT
.Rooms
FOR RENT: Lrge oall furllhed
room in B lla Vista. Mexick'Ave.
No. 69, noar 43ai St. Phe 3-


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$il W ,nd Shows "

dO@ e In Orders r'
r WA IN, Dec. 22 (UP)
- U.8. trial output has de-
erad recently as some busl- re
nee~ flrm trimmed their inven- tl
torias, the Commerce Depart-l o
ment reported today. 'I(
It said builneus generally has 1
"continued high" through the
fill monthly with both produr-
tin amd'lopine at hiher levels
than they were a ve'- ago.
Ibr about a year. how ever. the
volume df new order., manufac-'4
turers, b"e beer taking In
tbrough.their -les offlees has
been running behind the volume
of finished goods pouring off
heir production lines, the roprt
noted.
It said production, remained I
hibh becaqws hare has been and
tl m a larg1 backlog of order s
received bu aot yet filled -
for auch things as com- r i
e ma, icbar. or military l
equipment wich takes 'a n
lime to make. This backlog of
unfilled orders totalled $1, b
900.000 at the end of October. i
wA. f4,B1 B,00. In OetoberP

Manufacturr- mold mW.
000.000 worth of Rood' In O ctd.
ber. lw orders came to $3,000,.
0, 116 le8s thln. that.
STh lel rt iid the new or*
ders flgre I "one of the
aable". sta tlstie for measure
a s8ls onditio, psrti
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mand announced t o -....
Felix Castrb Guevarai Tr
was brought before a summary
court maitlat charged with Twins Head kolic
furnishing hand grviad6s to Forces of Two To V ,- "1 BDo w r ) --fl ciaul embi
civilian opponents of the-gov- LAKE Geneva, Wfs. (UP)-T sador ra e r I. ciae~ d ti.,ither Sot
Cataheula hound do. eminent, boys brought uNere also ave sadoR AA .i ombo
cataens meas Le ertwin jobs-htthey're both ieeKoren i ok w niqlwill reoen-46Korean wfr
Castro was said to be in- chiefs. t eve iP
A new family has moved into volved in subversive activities Melvin and Marvn Swau es 3. #a
our neighborhood. But I'm a- allegedly directedd by former became interested in wo .Ah t a radio-
fraid they're off to a bad start. President Ca los Prio Socarras through a patrolman who jg 0 kin CC i
They're erecting a high fence who is now a' political exile in across the streett ffm them 0 q .. w LucceS
and have let it be known it is so Miami. Lake Genev:. when they werm bo. VAN NYS, Calf, De. 2 (UP) fort tI ysw tete o ,t for confrec i
they won t be bothered by chl-. Now. Melvin cl k It rallamord d ti 'iI RhII
dren and dogs. It looks as:Now. Melvinw veo he re ali llflfollrd, IW ethur wu hanoRn,
though nobody in the ntighbo:- children or a dog-or both. Mard. Ill., just across th sata ter l-r wis hLmnelf up rgto there i ..
hood is '.*Ing to bother them-- Good fences don't always a ake Rowe Hopkins, Mlvt'rPL by taktslta e number two to peacet Dansoidwh 1Ivor act Vf
for there s not a house in the good neighbors. Sometimes they cessor as chief, was thie patrilm re as balby-itte for wife ooce
blo-,k that doesn't have either Ishut neighbors out. who inspired them. number one, polle ald today. will f.liw r "'
Wife number two. King But In Wtkii0
hrown, i, ar- yu l I o' th no mes o as
toldpolice becor e splicidsl the Ko"rean ttme i hes 'wijtr,"It will tal al
when the children er, Mrs. Jan. a. ta e energy, ilte a
Helen 0. :ne their and 'ism at our comma.'
Pnue was asim l a a neof N tat of a timer and a -
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w e b o t h r w er e m a r V A11 s t o w h e n
led to the same sn d there hey uto e of f _eOaK t tISthe tom= -R
W"ea no dtroze In n,," she that 8o WI wtt"
,ad mUL.s ths p o-A e pro- have ., ...
pok aLK U aere te Includdd as
Investgatra ald Burton mar- setS aW l ra- ,rl'niutral" tDean, actl
ruled Helen In 40.' Ris latest l th e I thlaVn na, has
marriage was to Clair O. Law- Artlrt c onl
rence,' 17, they said. Arail
Polled said Burton told the peace t a oneel erenaeb
Vegas, Nov, a, uan exMUWa for no' Yh e dayslki be- of
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spending more time at any one a Nation
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SBurton, alasu Abraham L npoln win be f tl ofi alt
He said ofOp WUI 1J"But una autlta Be afi
Burton. wao~to;2t o a distr. t ,,fr" tD uUm t tI an to o"ntio.,.
attorney's warrant o h a r going te, do Utl % a ti ue o
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Officer theo. no t oet- "seo '
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Uni"ted affid 'n ut official
dent Eot l O "Du$ I offlclal .
Bad skithebelieveer't rweiwin take da tool r patralo
no unUtlrs wetg lanatlon l
WATERBURY Conn. (UP -- i'For e a nd t IM t tomol
Rlchbrd McCaul bela6 iX.ed life th ,ilWO yu UN CN
with a bang. Opening: the door tol
his new home after the wedding do noUn "e
ceremony, he was greeted by an They o alon for permission
explosion of accumulated gas "err bstl m to a peia broadcast to taP.
touched off by his aint. His he said. Oica owours
bands and arms were ured and As far .As a io rmeR j ll fO he40 e.'
the house was badly damaged. ence 1t concerzl-leLan said tie lndlan Lt. Gn. k. S. Thimay.-
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FOR MEN: toda y toJ.



n I b o i rpwould grant
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A'8 A WELL-W-thcP ti. oface f odArgod; %dScBob, to 410 WINi te ektUU U.N.i
as ~ e't r Ios hw MW. kn,,w home fohh im zoo. Bob Any confronted with th ia nt nk chotle w6uld hbsve plaMed to end-kIto the
ow*O s irati too 'rough tantalng
S t l touh to keep ;t a hard t making hm mind. To. would comMpemand .
0- have to e the coo bu atyA,,A '
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7 look in and the erl att 'oth the"
sultrypt Donn e the '
a.t sten stated but never proved tht) "gentlemen prefer it would 31g
bladess" Irr affairs of this kind.Woh wants-to admit per sol .
4he is a gen Every man who SeO= nBt orthes f Cetnot- U.N,
Ing stars w i tr Lancaster, M omery Clft 94d Prank teama
Sin9tra In' tou a's record-br etabn .ames, ra
New YorkW'; in tiL Lu or Cecilia
thd Rex Thfatre In o16n, will be ableto' ; 1
whether he would prefer to pass his day and nights "From Nearly aI
Here o Eternity" In the company of delht blond Dba were
wtth.her wistful harmm or devastating ,D ; te wisome aen. Johl i
AJt while Ie any. devoted fan of either of these pVo e1 1d not bolei aev
A reswa reels like writing out the reassm or his choice
bout ny or sixty words 'apd bringing or I lMA It to tothe I*a P
fice of the Lbax Theatre in Panam. -or ae I Ite.-- ,.. ..,t
receive one of the passes for two persam 1to_ Wlyag
f. the three bemt answers in Panst rh loll
16n. aswers past be r es vhe; :V. It *Otwd
Your naneand address should be tInd 6110
your phone naulber if you haves a .so rn : ] i
notified if d M pare one of the n.



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women and their foreman
the temlo manufacturing de.
t oan optical plant here
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worker, Esther Pety. Mis
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A delightful way to celebrate
Christmas!


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Luoho Aicarragl at the organ

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Tommy Nufiez' orchestra

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Accessories, Royl Tires, Sales
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"Chapter Of SAR On $5 Million

Last February Education Center
WASHr.GTON Dec 22 IUP,' WASHINGTON. Dec. 22 (UP)
-The Wnite House said tod4y -The National Education Assn.
that President Eisenhower r*- 'odav announced start of work
i.ned Irst Februaryv rom thie
New' Yor State chapter of the on one unit of a new 5 million
Bona of the American Revol.- dollar education center In
tion. Washington.
A spokesman .aid the resigni- The building will cost $1,31.-
tion was in line nith the Pre.l- 000 and should be completed in
dent's policy of remaining in on- about one year The center Is to
:lv those organizations In which be paid for by contributions of
ieI can take some actrie part. American teachers, members of
A ach as the American Rd boards of education and other
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tr x thebir'coil- nyopn" band tightly notaig the
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; t-and-a-hal-year-old the Inch-wide bint will be
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t of attt to bame part of postwar Poland
the tie between them They have a third daughter.
d' attempt to out them Anke, aged nine, who is normal.
t. r. Wolfa Ruekert, Seabees To Hord
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o0f an o'ia si A nniversary Party
anmstadt. two ont aro at-
ed a oonstruot0o band The 12th antiversarv of the
isay between the joined Naval Constru*ction Battallmn
E of the tots. (Seabeea~ will be observed :o-
Shopes In the months, or call on Dec. 82 by a birthday
to petIat 4 s ufoIient par. which will-be held at the
or r as be madWl do- Chief Pitt Offite ClAb, at the
tin oft skull from the Naval Station, -RAodm an, bltn-
r, at '1t to for a start. inat6:30 pm
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S7110 Bolivar Ave.- Col6n Tel. 40
A the family and your guests will enjoy the beasriful
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SA plus feature is Siesta Switch diat sbus off euer)yi (a
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ntucky, Duquesne Nextitching Duel Down By Comw ion

SNEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UP)-The Hoosiers of Indian have I
Within six points of pulling a perfect rating inJdatest NEW. N2W (UP)-
by the Ulited Press board of basketball coaches. JI Sla at (u
rto AA champions received 344 points out of a pos- i I :n
3M. Thirty-one of the coaches rated Indiana tops. Two T- O
aght Kentucky should be ranked first, while Duquesne and PANAMA PRO LEAGUE n
le each received one vote. Kentucky remains in second The Standingl atto
eand Duquesne still Is third. Illinois remains fourth. h ,l a il taw
JUlnesota is fifth, the Oklahoma Aggles ar esixth, North TEAM- Won Lost Pet. I sl T
ina State is seventh. U-C-L-A is eighth, Fordham is Yankees. ....... 3 L or1H
th and La Salle is 10th. The only team to drop from the Brownies. ..... 3 -- e IIl ltII
10 is Louisiana State. The Tigers lost to Wisconsin on Bombers. ......3 4 CLASSIC LEAGUS I Bota has res, el
Suroday and drops from fifth place to a tie for 1Wth with TONIGHTS GAME (7:M) Sears wins 4 from l Panama. mIAB ed to i led Ul
lifornia. Panama StadImnp eymour Aeneles takes lk in sand
Brownies (Clark 3-4) vs. from Nhh-WHIs kFilebark 5 7512 tack
Yankees (Patrick 2)) Sears won their irst four The 554 r e
oint victory of the season ,atl. 6 0e be a
o Y S 2vn t am oThe Yankees and BroW1ie to- the expense of the Eeco place Jaowat W HI .
New Year's Day Glamor da n nB sshe no^ esTe Sl n 6llg c o
Nlew. V Y J.- L s D y GywrJL day were scheduled to at their El Panama team. The f.et two ,uer 2o o t CM bAprl u s
star pitchers In a battle for the ames were decided in the last 0 a to-
Panama Professional eague'a S rame, Bears winning the first 8 2818 mlei t Conm
m t nran Mow a CZ*.
G lam e At O range Bow l first place tonight at the Pan- game by 13 pina andt ie second La
Sam A Olympic Btadlunm. by seven pins. Sears walked away \ 1 >llt eJ
a -. ILefty Vibert Clark, who has from El Panama In the mal A1 aIC 3e noume a anc -
three victories in as many starts, game winning that won 67 U W 1 tW
By STEVE SNIDER the factor, the Orange Bowl and the Yankees' righthandr pins. Bud Balcer was4he gun
United Press Sports Writer has the top talent this season Bisel "Pat" Patrick, triumphant for the Seand fie with mes "--- wA, n t
to make up for last Jan. 1. in his only two starts, will op- of 189, 215, and 191 fo a nig i, .
NEW YORK. Dec. 2 The Maryland's No. 1 and Oklaho- pose each other on the mound if595 series. Zelsetl a Thomas Patli tilthe b later- a
New Yea.'s Day football fa-e ma's No. 5 make it a total of the weather permits. gae him plenty A suor with school et tonPmaJ t m .
looks as good as ever this year six. At press time, it appeared un- series of -Nd. re- receive tion
with nary a "turkey" in sight. The Rose Bowl has a total of likely that the game would be spectlvely. IlfOf.ey '1. 7 f ha s and
Abeflts its age, the Ruoe seven, adding Michigan State's held because of threatening to pace El PSandam. mrsmb -t of the n "
Bow presents the tightest No. 3 and UCLA's No. 4. weather and the wet condition followed with m5 and-t Paralso and in
match with third-ranked Mich- The Cotton Bowl total adds up of the grounds. However, there with 522. The foi the Pa .Wt bAo
igan Stale agahist fourth-rank- to 17 an the Sugar Bowl tarl s .drye ost the eld Bat lo The o ect
ed UCLA and, as befits its 1- with 22. ma dry out In time. "Curley" Batea tooktTheUon
nesh enterprise the Orane Picking the best gam- the game is held, hold omm d o the andpot la
BoI snares the nation's glamc-r thing else again. Televiewers can cause both Patrick and Clark are three-pbintI local-rato his h Ih" Ag

only major bowl hit y he Maryland and Oklahoma at Bat rolled s of
a few antics is the Sugar Bowl Miami. and 2s 7 for a toift Raim l Pt qP shotln
at New Orleans, which brings There you'll have a pair f Wet Virini ded pnty o played a yl thee wh Q.a *w ftC
Ulhe rear talent-wise this spllt-T teams coached by two of V2895 series ropleed tor rn Jt nor e scho sto msia
year and yet even that one the system's inventor, Don Fa2l- ri r with his total ch p in the maear de- theor
fiJies to be a'tough game. rot of Missouri. r ed a bih g iM partmet Msa Ca'r verbs, e Mc
Only tree places separated Maryland has an edge at quar- I I J Ie rent In LIta wearing the oarof La Bo-
Georgia Tech No 9 and West teroback in Bernie Faloney, if Cb e t ca high won the 1953 ti-
Virginia No. 13 in the final na- the injured ace Is ready to roll an Ia' Welcome a ar tle for J1..
tional rankings by the United Oklahoma has an edge in hav- IP smtre I- Rain o wa sue-
press Board of Coaches. Ing a mcre rugged campaign ow rolwed with 5 a apd cessful the unor h cho ol
Only four places separated the under Its belt. *- RI added 562. Like 1 eas- competition b Te D n OortMioyo
Cotton Bowl foes. Rice No. 6 and El Panama match bot ftr t school's representati w Ervin
Alabama No. 11 In the Gator In the Rose Bowl, IMW UCUA's (By UNITED PRESS) and second gILamesI r.ded DeSousa. Dan's kets ha
Bowl at Jacksonville. it's 12ti- single-wing against *be ehl- In the last frame. aeym our -eke i tl
ranked Texas Tech. against un- gan State system of slale and The Mountaineers of West Vir- nin the lit by f Den flI Leons Lyde, resenting the Dning.
ranked Auburn but don't be fool- double wings, T fsreatiop, ginia University received a he- aim tlsh second by s Parisa Jtlj4r',bh ol; lo*1
ed by that for the opening llt split-T 2nd what h roes' welcome when they arrlv- --our moved out Inr ehrthis r e dlot oldand a Ta "l91at tae r's W ia i
of odds rated Texas Tech less The Cotton Bowl wUl show a ed at S Blloxl Mississippi to tast ae to p tI Cao l 5
than a one-touchdown favorite. rugged Rice team and '. greatt trnin tor the S uar Bowl Just as l remmqur i lS wi Carol SLO f, "Rl'ibo 1
A year ago there was one real runner in fullback Kosse John- game agant Ge orgian rch. bte no Classat Leae wllng Tfor foud hertsielves l en
turkey in propect-Alabama vs. son. A e-car hork -blopwir motf0- the next two wa. oiwlim3 g wi The tio lad to be content Bwi .
edes too the I ra a nrm e of Jamh y 8, 1 .9 \o no UMk
yracuse in the Orange Bowl. New Orleans might well Su- coaches to u h the a :30 on f I
That was called in advance but ply the most 0xltng matn it the arrival at Kesiler r wi al m.nl o lash- net aSr ra choo s
it developed even worse than West VlrlW gets off wtniig Bade front Pittburgh. nto decide ,rthe 11 4
0Be Iro tettuburah.r o.e ,
padicted. Alabama won it, 1-0, n the S gar Bow. .Wo. son \
providing the lest rcee on o80 it looks as if anyone who l 00 at o ls e O tal 'are iafollows
any delegation from New York can see on Jan. 1 will enjoy a Ofiscis otf .ugar io ostA ..
state ever received in Florida. great football show-in person were on h fanadtfefTi 1 W LatI.' i,1
S Using national rankings a 'gr on TV. coach 1 j* h E in
'4 ';the iane, he ,t ,,
excellent trip, At ,some o"Nah'28
boys were a little air sik. Oth- Sears 24 W
ers were singing and I thkin Toe ten bowlers are:
they'reelqxed now." Menson1 ..
SNeithero. fdLewls nor hl flayN1 s alke .s ..: I '
are over-confident about the 0 s M .. ..-- .. 194
New Year's Day meeting with WI CoSi ........ ..1,
Tech. "I think it will be a guod .. 2 191
game" says Lewis, "they' e a Van t........ .. 191
little faster,but we have an edge ll ...... .. 189i
In weight.: I we don't make a WiZ a Wa .. .. 1685
lot of mistakes we ought todo Slo *. .. .. 188 ,
all riht." 1 SchuIt.. .... 187
Tr er W tey wynn, who ............
has been with the Mountaipepts IUBR
25 years, says he has never n5 182 157
team spirit so high. Gwynn mis 1 1 192
the squad is in good shape ex- 1T 18
cept for few players wll may .182 202
be a little overweight. Balow iS 109 $i 191
Coach Lewis Dusae to take care 9
of that tomorroW. e'll send the 61'8 947
tea through two-a-day es- EL PANA
tice sessions this week, thkp e r 1 182 141
er off to one-a-day the week be- ts 1 190
fore the game. Coffey. 212 1 1912
Sady 182 212 181
Along The Fairways A
BEYMOUI AGAIICIES
GOLFIN' AT GAMBOA Wilber 187 191 156
Bates 20 2T.
I've never seen so many golf- Cowel 18 10o
ers in m; life time as Ive.seen Van Wie 258 1811
lately, and I've never seen so Melanson 184 201 2t A
many people who thought P.they-
were golfers. The comnslg of1 92 .981
Sambo anead, De Ven oe, -
Hoefne et al, seems to have I
brought out the long dormant l,
olf Instinct In the human mae Pete A
and female. The male is -
ing clubs for Xmas for the s
male and vice versa. y +
Agallost a dozen new bl "lls
out here the other day phlay' Ol'" ""
Shoes, and her old man says ,,
he figures $200 for a set of clubs
Ii CAL -.-Stout Stove Ow talks to Fersbox po(tt s plenty, but $7.50 for balls Ls- For Oe
titme as laents lost to Detroit ton 7- Owen huas reiged lite too steed to get her outI ,
s coach of the New Yorkers. Ta ckle house watches glumly his hair for three hours. I seen
_bc. ( ) him looking at a butterfly net In CWICAGO, DeB., '-" '..
the Commy yesterday. Peter may catch .a..
They tell me they got about eyed Irlnsahman .."
200 entries so far for this moS t wards through the "
Paredes Gamboa tournament, today.
and expect about 100 more. But good t. Peter had.
Now, a few years ago I don't be- stay awake since the '
lieve we had 100 golfers on the in question gets in ."
Isthmus, if the importation of looks like someos A ,
Friday 25th the profeasdonals and the inter- "The Irmi Is ,. ""
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-for the Panama laiMes I 5neaklnr into theb
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Your Best Christma. Prert stms r yAwl where otns t ,i
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Fer Ains And

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iti Dec. 22 (UP)-
r P Jr. made hi 41st
the United States
Amtenur Omplonship this fall
a't oma2WCity Golf and
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no one sie Joe Louis or g8
Ray Robinon. Off his early
he could be compared with
two.
D'Aoate haas me ne n to fea
what the 'ladei ad T"Tmm
Harrison would do tb-hp ea
ticket. .
As things now stand, t's a r
other trdlialous ag
In'tremss samh bwln
why even elevator bog dont at-
tend fights any more.
Professional boxing it the only
business which wopid son,* to
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'TIItch Patte"oM with
JimmyD Aide," eac s th e. IBC'
Maon w~are Ga0rden d itch-
maker. '"All D'Amat want is
10 tn eIght-ronid fight. This is
the Garden. We wt rood 10-
round fligbt.D
That's Wher' Brown t Iwrong.
There have been numerous
brlIht protpeft--RubG Oold-
s the New ork lightweight:
Young StrbliMng and Buffalo'
Jimmy Slstter, to name three-
who were lmagneti attftfeaon
before they were old enuh to
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WASHANGTON Dec. 22 (UP "Let the people know tie trut& and tdie country Is ab" U Abraham lpUinln.
-The Arm y will clamp down .
nxt month on soldiers tho have TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2% 1M3s FIVM CENTS:
I defrauding the government
ot more than 18 million dollars
a year through false dependen-
oy-claims. it was disclosed to-

aeiSg.US Officials Tackle Agenda
-i.A Preliminary Army survey
Kas disclosed that-about 32 per
cent of allotments are illegal.
"honest mistakes" but about.

Taaslc AFor Atom-T 1ks W ith Sovi et
.24 per cent are deliberately
The natiomilde crackdown wasFor Ato Talks W ith S viet
ordered after Chairman Dewey .'
nort (R-Mo.) of the House WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)- lawing of atomic and hydrogen guments for a Big Fio meet- Yesterday the SIt overn-
Armed Strvices Committee told The United States set the wheels weapons would be useless with- mi. meat said Mr. eowahower's
Defense Department officials in motion today for private talks out a "foolproof system of in- Sen. John J. Sparklra (D.- proosal did net gfar enough
that he was "shocked" at the with Russia on President Eisen- sectionn" Ala.), a member t the Senate -that the goa i int be the
wlespread fraud uncovered In shower's historic plan to pool a- Sen. Homer Ferguson (R.- Foreign Relations Committee uneaditional ba o at-
the sampling. tomic energy for peace rather Mich.) said the Soviets seem to and a former member of the U.S. ole and kydri weapons
r*nder Short's prodding, the than war. have opened an avenue that is delegation t lte te Na- under strict lobal omtrol.
Al Force, Navy and Marine Officials scheduled a series of "worth exploring." tlnsa, ap pear to Con- The KremlU prooasd that the
C*ps plan to make their own meetings at the State Depart- A, preliminary State Depart- gTessiona re tt0n said negotiations begin ith solemn
"ieliminary surveys" to see it ment and with Allied represen- ment statement was released oa the Russian ies us and unconditional pdges not to
t~lr personnel also are cheat- tatives to develop specific ar- the basis of a Unitedftates dis- a gleam of hopet else. use weapons .o mini esrction iHe.
I the government. rangements. Any one of several patch after Charlea E. Bohlen, "It's gorlg well of under any eircnsatiaices. bothah., ;i
Most of the fraud uncovered courses of action could be adopt- ambassador to Moscow, confirm- anything thb 'have will- But these voam=g were not Mktes n '
the Army so far involves so, ed. ed receipt of the Soviet message. Ing to do yet." he s set f6rthas conditt a affecting l br imen were rA
led "Class Q" allotments. The United States could ex- It also called on Moscow for On the other hand, Chairman Soviet readlnia to amotiate. t ou
ose allotments o to de lore the chances of Moscow a- prompt "acceptance" of the pro- Dewey Short (R.-MJ. of the At the same tUor the govern-
dents of an enlisted man agreement through regular diplo- posal for a Big Four foreign min- House Armed Services Oommt- ment referred to te "forthom-
te provide adequate living formal conference with Russia and served notice there will be of negotiating with tbe Russians eating -ace stance of the West- K
Sp and such other atomic powers as no letup in the drive to rearm about atomic matters, ern oropoal for a conference of
Satersfor them. Britain and Canada. Or it could Western Europe. "I am also a little faful of Big Four foreign mnltsters next
good part of it concerns nl- make an approach through the The Russian statement refer- pooling our atom* re~nurces or month.
cents for secondary depen- United Nations. red to the "forthcoming" Big exchanging informatol With a The gpve rmp aMded r
ts, such as parents, when a Whatever It does, it will act in Four meeting and to the "con- bunch of mad dogs 9ao can't dramatically to WM. lenhower's r
er claims they are depen- a hopeful but wary mpod. Al- ference of the five powers" trust," Short adjei. "We ought atomic proposal Den. g with a
t on him for at least half though officials are encouraged which they want to hold later to have iron guarantees long statement. In drunfire .a
t support. at Russia's willingness at least with Red China sitting in. The first of all. I Wuld inal upon der it was *handed te U.S. Ua.
e FBI has been helping the to discuss the atoms-for-peace United States has said only that open and free inpecttpn.frst of bassador Charleo 2. ohlen, giv-
in its preliminary investi- plan, they are undet no illuslens it will listen to the Kremlin'aar- a l" en to newsmen at a rare For-
on. about the chance of eventual igr nference,
In most eases, the illegal a- Soviet acceptance. and sent cracUta prouI d the
ceuts merely will be drop- In a special statement late world by ridio. W '
SBt criminal prosecution yesterday. Secretary of State we statement referred to Mr. m
planned in the more fla- John Foster Dulle called the Elsenhower an outstanding fin
t violations. Soviet note "hopeful." But he military leader the secondgn .p tg ltUi
rler this year, three sol- observed that it indicated "the world war-- tribute of the sort yansd one .
A were sentenced to six- Soviet Union seems not to have long missing in Soviet pro- U t .ra
t' confinement and given caught the spirit of the Presl- noundements.
,conduct'i discharges as ;a dent's proposal." Fo Minter M. Mo
result of thenquiry. In western Europe officials tove = Bohlea-in to give.pMn .'
eliable sources said the Navy hailed the conciliatory tone ofthe statement at 6 pam. Anhoir 4n,
Marine Corps were reldc- the Soviet note. later diewadeat werre Inlitd toe 1
to start investigations be- But like Dulles they were Ltb FamtI Ministry sad gyi
e they felt their service canerioe results U.N.- dhan des o C pmpt # began broadat;
errporosed ent re.y of volunteers. t R t
d obe less -likely to haveos, mats generally were hearten-ta
l d pbe les 41elyo av e but they, too, saw many us*L for t th
however, s said to have possible pitfalls ahead. erPt M*r: lge,
S however, itB h In Congress, there also was iI.
e ed them int action. considerable wariness. Rep. S. ec -boa that "l ieS
g next mog tbhe At- Sterling Cole (R.-N.Y.I. chair- i t .o o nthn
pass to chedk each of the man of the joint committee onsL ,are not ele.r .
0 secondary allotments it atomic energy, said the Moscow oems t provide for the iit.
Son its rolls to determine statement was at least "hope- ty 111ne 1
other he civilian involved ac- fiul." Sen. Homer Ferguson (R.- B
ta~y depends on the service- Mich.e said the Soviets seem to monle" Py

My "I think it is encouraging." or4 t lz r t
said Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
y M eetc Boy I D.-Minn.) "it would be expect- | *..*G b
S. M eedts iy Ing too much to look for a en- F IPASE t Voters In, tt .
eral disarmament agreement." FRENCt h tl ,-h e, b ,iexprWei s
-O-1 G KONG, Dec. 22 (UP) The Soviet message, an offer ames beginning with n"" step.ult'tot he bel n a nart I.n at I
A ;bridegroom charged in court to negotiate an East-West a- the ely cion of a president. for the Fiedet ropallc coahM zn. a ti on .
t he got a raw deal in mar- tomic truce, was made known A majority of US votes is ne 3Sy to.seat a leader -A1 te I a the aUI
1i4'ne.l I C In Moscow yesterday to news- $2l,w00 p-year job. Stat, Broa 81nd 5 a g e
bride" turned out to be a men and given to the Russian a today ea the draft o
t. -' nman-on-the-street today inn a*e t -
alleged imposter was re- his daily newspaper. e e I a
e4 to police custody on European observers gave the Laniel O offers W ithdi to m Q
o'"obtaining money un- message a thorough reading and t roteRd your et am "
ee preteyses. t found at repeated the current r. *n !lin at t month.d
lto to police reports the propaganda line and hedged on D Bpiomatic soMures said In B
r, Ma Khong-hel, could Mr. Eisenhower's historic propo- A fter 11th Roundnoucing the agree
slb er comn t al for creation ofa an atom ici Three were e i t
find a job after coming to reservoir. with all nations con- mi re ubi pt
Xgong. In desperation he reservoir, with all nations o e Ere DldT eepubliclye at th WO
g. u u d spen h t tributing in part to its mainten- ar' the guarate oa go.
u as a woman and got ance. VERSAILLES. France, Dec. 22 with Communist support, bitterly go certain concrete rt U
as an "Amah"-a domestic The Moscow message was a -(UP)- Parliament took a 24- opposes it. But been achieved, the
lt. felicitation of sweetness and hour recess today in its attempt Lanel bean to slip on the M the writi of the '
Shortly afterwards "she" met light and timed to match the to elect president of France. and 10th ballots after comingiith- dIploma expe0 o.
w ~hnese man and after a brief Christmas season-an annual Laniel had offered last night to ing 22.votes of wining election to e ai,
Scrthp they got married. Kremlin custom observed in 1952 withdraw if his backers in his coa. the $128,000 a year presidento. '
For the first 10 days of their by Josef Stalin's announcement lition government could agree on On the 10th ballot he lacw 2
S the "bride" refused to in a question and answer inter- a man who ccu'd win. otes. b r w -
sexu al relations with the view alth James Reston of The The 10th ballot result was a. at r
SThen the husband dis- New York Times that commu- This morning the 64-year-old 392, Naegelen 35 Pierre
his wife was really a nism and capitalism could live millionaire textile industrialist 84, scattered 33. Wotai votes'
e In peace, called a catcus of his supporters Necessary for-a majority 43Lg.
"wife" fled but yesterday The 1953 version was an ex- for later today. He reaffirmed his AndreL Trogpl r actrang
husband spotted "her" on pression of "readiness" to take willingness to withdraw, if neces- dent of the National
s~- street, summoned a plice- up the President's proposal for sary, in the interest of harmony, called a meeting ofpart
and had "her" arrested. "confidential or diplomatiE" and asked that names of candi- this ornwg -la. lo 04fft, a 3
atomic talks. dates be submitted. "a man tO .sam t i
,l The Times of London welcom- from aralysis a comi n ,
odorless Sto ed the seedd and courtesy" of The deadlock in the election has candidate.
.AIL D'OR, Que,. Dec. 22. (UP) the Kremlin reply, angered and worried the public
Ulrle Duvan, 50, was arrested "It has done so with many ifs and news. apers. As ballot after "I am ready to retire It .
iuterday for driving while intoxi- and buts-nevertheless, it has'ballot w.s taken the situation get all parties of the majar)o ly ...
eid because be stopped his au- done so," the Times said. "There threatened to develop into a poli- government omltliio ) to .
e at a street corner to wait is a faint chance that some- tical crisis. the ame of a candidate w .
the traffic light to turn green, thing fruitful will come out of realise a union of R t
re is no traffic light on that the negotiations." Entering into ,the picture is the Lanlel said. 0"-
said. Stockholm's Dagens Nyheter fight over Frech ratification of The voting started last
said editorially the Soviet mes- the European Defense Communith day, and Laniel, an in m of-a
sage was "one of the very few pact vhich is to brng German reached his peak with v gs
Diplomatic successes of the troops into a West-European Ar- on the eight ballot Sunday. otor vebMe
United States after a turn of my. Laniel, as Premier. sponsors Most prominently mentiom 4elea afi8 uq ',
Regime in Washington." the pact. Socialist Marcel-Edmond national unity candidates w V r for .
The Stockholm newspaper Naegelen, who is running second Auriol, who said he wanted to. "
cautioned against a prematdre tire, and fot~aer Prefier :
belief that the Soviet reply Quui .,
Means that Russia intends to.
end the end war. IT FIGURES $5,854 Sought
In Paris. the newspaper Le
rent was a trifle vague" but WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)-- For O g Broken
.i j Home Style "encouraging "' A Defense Department survey By Army i
showed today that it cost about Are
Ravioll In Paris, a spokesman for 30 million dollars just to figure
Spaghetti the Frenqh Ministry of Forelig out how mdny d mms the military Suit to reenrer. $5856. .*
Pasta Fasmal test of the Soviet note deflat-


jed early optimism here that The department estimated that 1t 1b
Served Dayi the USSR was willing to e- some 12 million :manhours went filed k
operate with President Elsen- into drawlig up, the fiscal i= 1~L a
hower's proposals, military budget which will go to
tlon* I "Before the text of the note Congress -pet moMh.
was In our hands, we were quite
enthusiastic about the news. Now Figured marsi vely, the harou tr- chn
that the text has arrived, ourly wa eo s o .on wm tingn loR ws
enthusiasm has been somewhat on the when he
chilled." the QuaI D'Oray cart
uf e spokesman said. Qta t WW of some
S He declined to give other -, d of what
tIlculars until the note had othe
tUdied further. sp9"t Ily the nsp
Sen. Joseph "L McCarthy y hW
(B.-Wis.) said the lanmuepm 1M' t.t"
S eonds good. as s muh of the -a
thers does." He saido an e t. Ithe


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