The Panama American

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

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01815

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om A. I o Ao VAS o i oo By Victor Rieel AJ AN AOMIC OR
y IS ORFU Hi iUu d n oM Among the 100 union officials l
T l ForUM- THE READERS OWN COLUMN now under'indictment, or about to It ?
be picked up, will be a handful
M whose trials will reveal that some
i f m l r of labor's welfare funds have been
SHowever, scores of labor leaders ,
The Mail NOR is an open forum for readers of The Ponoma Amer- will escape punishment because
lar. an ae nqivred g tafully and ore handled in a wholly confi- most of this enormous take is le-
d~ iAl 's e as. gal. That's why the boys are so
if you cantrdbte a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the worried. It isn't like the old boot-
meat d. Ltten are published in the order received. leg days; nor like hijacking stuff
Pleas tl o keep the letters limited to one poae length, at the dead of night on cold piers;
Identity of te tr writers s held in strictest confidence. nor shaking do n a $7,000,000 vet-
This mewpaper assume no reponsibility tar statements as opinions erans hospital construction job,
expressed is letters from readers. Nothing crude.
-a All you do is set up your friends
as insurance brokers. Then buy a
LETTER FROM RETIRED LOCAL RATE EMPLOYES piece of the firm in the name of
Sir: a relative. Then charge up to 15
I have the pleasure of informing you that this organization percent for services and expenses.
of retirees of the United States Government, affiliated with the Then put otl~er labor leaders on the
National Association of Retired Civil Employes, of Washington, payroll as labor "advisers" at
D.C. Is more than grateful to you, for your cooperation during the *37.50 a day and see to it that they
year 1953, as well as that also rendered by other local papers. do nothing but bring in their own
This has been beneficial for the progress of future legislative re- union's insurance.
tirement bills, which will come before Congress and the Senate in
January 1954 sessions. To show you the enormity of this
We also owe our gratefulness to Brig. Gen. Newcomer and take, let me cite the example of
Seybold, and to the members of the board of directors of the Pan- one honest company which handles
ama Canal Co., as well aq to the Secretaries of the Army and De- close to $750,000,000 a year in union
tense, and Directors of various departments of the Navy, Army life and welfare insurance.To et g
and Air Force; members of the A.F.L. and C.I.O.; Messrs. Dolan this coverage, the unions pay this
and Heurtematte. This gratefulness will live forever and ever, in company $60,000,000 annually in
the hearts of all retirees, their widows and orphans. premiums. For servicing thtse un-
We are now enlisted in the Crusade for Freedom, after a ions this host company charges
meeting held In theoffice of the Fiscal Assistant Secretary of the slightly less tan one percent
%% Aunu o, Bmond Batlelt. He is the National Chairman for Fed- the a premiums.
aI and Retirees of 1954 campaign to promote the Cru- arns a oss of some $600,000a
-. freedom. At this which meeting members of the board of year. An it handles just a sm,00ll
N.A. .C.A assisted and took part.yerAnd it handles just a small
S.'A..C.L ansated and took part. proportion of all the welfare funds
WhatIs the Crusade for Freedom you may ask? It is a now operating.
:movemap~ of, private American citizens, and aliens, employes and
retireegrft3e United States Government to enlist in 1954 to sup- Now, bear in mind that vlrually
aport 21OUA other Americans ,alien employes and retirees in a all of the agencies being probed.
bold 'a" loa effort to carry the truth behind the Iron Cur- have been taking from 10 to. 15 per.
tian. cent for services and expenses. A .-'
Prei Bladnhower says about the Crusade for Freedom: tiny agency such as'Alcor in Nw
"In thetmi of peace, I urge every American to support this York, once bossed by Tommy
pdependei:enptearIse dedicated to strengthening th will to free- Lewis, the boss of the Bronx Jani-
dom. ,It j 1 i opportunity for all mployes and retirees of the tors Union until he departed. this R o tten
united RSM44 of America without distinction of race, color or na- earth laden with lead, earned some rT
tionality. and for supporters and friends of democratic ideals. $285,000 in excess commissions 4nd ha at.ao t en
to do so than talk about freedom. We can act, and fees for its owners and their
it all of L may well record our success." friends. Yet this tiny fund covered. B BO RUARK
Wishing a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous 1Sew only, 785 workers at the beginning ,';1
Year, and will do your utmost to strengthen the CrU- and went up to 4,000' b the time ,- -
sade for u strain, the mob decided that Tommy was -
Luis A. Victor just cutting in too much.
President of Chapter No. 98 :Ordinavily one does t ,aI to killers, both of tdlad family, both #ve a flanb hgeS at -will go,-
Ancon, C.Z. Out of every dollar paid in by think of death of any sort around IfImerly well to do, who sud- long time un aei ad.
employers for the benefl of $150- the Christmas season, but if ever donly curdled and became drunken, I think it is podaIble for a man
a-month janitors, the agency took a couple went straight off. to Hell fue "ing dope taking bums who to be basically evil, and you can't
some 35 cents. There are other and deserved it, it was that rotten bchemed with a certain child and blame it on anythili or anybody
funds, now under investigatin tean Hall and geadi lO wan, certain father in mind, and then but the man hltnplf. I have known
which "lost" 40 cents on the dol r touly murdered th lttIl Green lled the baby aln.ost immediate- rich kids who stole for fu, and
or which can't :how records lease boy. As the obidbi er said, after his abduction. It seems people who torture, animals, wor
sums as high as $40,000. Here at the sentencing, "Th itoo most impossible that two humanfun, d liars and heaters and
w' here the arrests will be mad for them, but is the bestcthe l s could .contlln that much mean drunks and dlrt fighters,
Sfor here's where the boys just dip- allows.' eer awful rottenness that the all for fun.
dpe a httle too deep and too regu- I sometimes think that a m n de must burst with an abscess A lot of primitive tribe
lady. direct approach to punishment f let the demons o t. that a man can be inhabited
such barbarities might be occasi The people were clearly no mad. devils, and iqvera[ r are
Most of it is legal, but is it ethi- ally granted and that in "ydi.d not, do w* e d lable The th
Ialm1 o t. a4s.rs ene case, r the b d e spur
.- lacd f .i ia tI" chll4.fis theta "ht myd _,,. ay, .


LL BE HAPPY-A litter of 12-day
en to this automat-style feeding dev
S mithfleld Agricultural Show. in London, El
gey Pig Rearer features infra-red light for w
Aie mother sow enough time o recuperate and
etre litter every two years. Held1 g one lht
the maenical Instrument is lil a Moray, a Ge
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i- J in almost a milloi dollar* in the himself. Bight ibeamR E-
past few years-by' charging four Certainly, if I were either pa rgest tb i l b
percent on the premiums. 9o Bobby GreerLase,Ljmit h 1ergot .e m Tat G
Th e agency owners took their reached back t -a s iae or have hated little Bbbb Green- There is a similar feeling a
profits in chunks of $100,000. Cer. Arabs and dreamed up some -ase. TheW e Just Mean, and ..
r tainly they declared it all to the markably interesting ways top The apo aid ei
Treasury Dept. But wasn't it the vide the killers m uler the pornsg al e a that Mr
duty of the labor leaders involved until the end. This ha ways say he is mof I his
to see that their union followers brought the baby b d environ e or sor but I ht ha
got more benefits for the money make me feel a Lincoln me oft'.' sue' t
which is paid in by the employers mit k. some Sfrao scrabble far d Al r f i t
f Of course. B eiikr another ;CflM & fit(; the lower Ea de, while likes b a for
tur. :r l of Hall and Heady both came inhabit. And them would 1
The irony of it all is that -te- There is a. v.ay, byt ,.from well to do environment and been pulled down In a long
labor chiefs try, to pass these explain a pair like l ( *~good homes and managed to con painul process.
Sbes and .disclowsres as a at- ---1- "
k on labor. It isn't, Not at al.
It s the who are. betraying the ir
own followers--the worker K now be-
comes ill, the truck driver who is
hurt on the road, the widow who
adds her few bucks to see how.
They are betrayed, because their ',. :..:
coverage is less than it should be, ., .. ,
where the comlmissions and ex-
-old pigs seems t6 uses of thess insurance agency Senator Knowla d of i GOP Sn- li in
'ice on display at abor leader combines are higher ambiti- wdl agt
ngland. The John than they should be. ate majority. iH ah.e am .
armth, and allows ous man. Bat he has wn-e has the'
bear at Jeast one And let not the honest labor ultimate quatie of leathi
tle pig back from leader-and they are legion--be de. difficult time.
erman-born.model. ceived nto a solid front witt he Knowlad' Oant to his 0 was part- IL bit 'of
era-ondl others. Let them wait until the ly aCCidetal0. e' Was not elected aI,, .i t
Federal and state union welfare leader, but band-picked for. the late;
probes in New York, New Jersey Senator Taft wh m the O down be-
Illinois, Missouri, California (Los cause q liie...
Angeles and San Francisco) and Taft may hatr had a vsT reasons for-
Washington (Seattle) are complete. choosing Knowl including hi abill .6 I seemed
ed. ity and enersy. ut tlheWf indication My things like: "ftkre can
Nor should the insurance, com. that a prime faemr wa evident ac- sia so long a a single Sonvit sadler a
panes which pay excess commis. ceptabillty to boft the ]In conservative satate isoil."
sions be exempt from investia wings of the Rep eaa 0 .
tions. These are mostly c.suaty f Now, a evrbody.'we
companies and are not the major It is not g all k Taft was o among natlon or amogl
insurance firms with which we all thoroughly sold that a Knowtlsd's any age ia a S glsaiw
are so familiar. Why do those cas- political position 886 h. t the is. you must 1AS
Is: ualty companies make it possible 1952 national Oacoedid to a transfer room.
for all these kickbacks and excess of his delegate tret~b o when it was To Is down & ipt of
S payment reasonably clear he f t gain the condlUons
Th OOP nominmat. propetie
There are many brokers who The idea never cr fat's mind, or do. Is1 to
are scrupulously honest. Why is oslbly he d taledth it it would prove thnrs shall a
:TURE! there not a national conference of unworkable. But thck him, he negotite iyuca.
these experts eanfsa by the national thought again of a I L.
8:55 p.m. labor leaders, wit', the major in Ths theglU hard L of~. *1s l '
surance companies sitting in? They work, I .tellnLiidt the -h "
could set up national standards; ton r ntellzgithpoflou.-b
c complete accounting of all finance t long the =61to&
to both workers and employers; t the to". Lb.
publication of commissions, analy, other qualities.
sis and comparisons of welfare One is vision. A real l*d -ai have bb"a.t,
benefits; listings of owners and .
staff members of all brokerage
Let's give the working guy a fair T
S break. If this keeps some of the
labor leaders from piling it up-
they can always stop leading the
proletariat if they don't like it at : 1
the usual rates of pay.
(Copyright 1953, Post-Hall Syndi.
cate, Inc.)


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durate about starting war
in January. ai t is why e UI thsI 1
State- has iu tote extreme
length of ttln off gasole from 9 as U a I
the South Korean army so it a
not move. That is also why :A.l. l.C.
>bassador Doea suddenly flew be
to th Ulted ata to waf of the *F e
troubles latent id Korea. 1=a
S"CALL THE t RELI i aN" iaI
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of Russia. qWstioabl Mss. are j La .
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Secret Process
Makes Emerald
In Two Years
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UP)
-The Emtthsoalan Instltute
announced today It has added
the world's second largest syn-
thetic emerald to its mineralogi-
cal collection.
The 1.014-earat emerald wAs
produced by Carroll Chatham, a
Los Angeles maker of aynthetac
gems for the Jewelry trade. Two
years were required to produce
the crystal by a secret process.

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the Gift of Gifts

The Revere "T-700"
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shlr who Insured her bos-
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Ito Byyn "MIO00 Treas-
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0 witat malct number on
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dtht slogan.
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:litoo roame a number oif
llfst le to et the special
her.
a tea normally are
rids high as 50,000,
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a0r ..B .d.eUed on authorl-
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ar.

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NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 23 (UP) ing bodily harm and,"cruel and
--A pron:ment pediatrician kill- unbearable treatment."
ed hb beauty queen wife with a The doctor countered in his
ca.'ving knife today and then answer that they were recon-
"d:ove likef a madman" to the ciled on -he evening of Aug. 81
Misaissippi River and plunged and retired "to the matrimonial
40J feet to his own death fro'n bed."
th3 Huey P. Long Bridge, poll:ec On Mrs. Sterbcow's motion the
re orted. suit was dropped Dec. 3 as a
Dr. Marx D. Sterbeow, about non-suit.
40, and h;- stunning 27-year-'.d
wife, Marcia, had been estran,- Sterbcow was a well known
ed for seven months. She had baby specialist who left a num-i
gone will. a friend to his hou.e her of appointmetns unfilled to-
o claim some of her belongings, day. He and hrs wife, the for-
witnesses said, when a violent1 mer Mar,!a Eldelmann,.a beauty
argument developed. contest winner, were married
The friend, Mrs. Mac Mye:.3,;Jan. 12. 1949, in Gulfport, Miss.
fled from the house as neighi-i
bors repo ted sounds of a "ter.- M LLETT
fie battle' RU:'H MILLETT Says....!
Then the doctor was seen to
run out :he back of the hounI, I----
Jump into his car and race a- Advertisement, in today's nial.
mp nSome things improve with age
wy. ... but not a neglected .ar."
Freddie Trosclair, a motor- For thike bI aY .nt read-
ist, reported the doctor "drove Ier I'd thlketteaoneglete
like a madman with his lights toe sta
on."
Trosclan followed Sterbcow for Chances ar tbhe wife who kpows
a mile "saw him stop his car on without any.d4t that she is loved
the bridgr, leap upon the railing an' appreciatdwill Improve with
and disappear,' he told state a .. Feeliniod andeeded does
pelce. more for a a panP' personality
The bridge is eight miles up- and disposition~ and'; ecess as a
stream fom New Orleans When homemaker, t-i any other' ting,
the car, parked with the motor The calm, happy- faced, con.
running, was identified as Stero- tented, middle aged wivek vo
cow,'a othtr officers went to bis know probably all have on thing
,Wbi'eh and found Mrs Sterbcov's in common. They know how im.
slaa-ld body jammed in an al- portant they 'reto their husbands.
cove between two rooms. A But neglted wives age in a dif-
bloody ca-ving knife lay near it ferent way..' Bir glow hard an
bitter or they "give up" and think
The wqan's head had -near- I' the use of trying, or the
y been severed fron her secretly resent their hibaods antil
body," reported Coroner Nich- do their best to outsmart.themk
ol we. stabbed repeatedly a ChetIa They Spread Unhappinessu'
he wa stabbed repeatedly a T Those Around Them
bout the throat and chest.
otla t sad there was ".101. They are. an unhappy lot, these
do "~ terbcow had killed "lsIneglected wives. And being un -
wife rsd ten driven to thelhappy, they spread unhappiness as
bridge to t his own life. easily as an appreciated wife
The couple d a son ArthI, spreads contentment.
4. and a daugler Anne 2, who So it is pretty shortsighted of
were in 4 private nursery sch.'ol any husband to let his wife grow
at the tiue of t .e tragedy. MIs. older, feeling neglected and un-
Sterbcow had. custody of them arpre .ated.
for most of the, week, but they
were with their \father today. In one way or another he will
Mrs. Myers s that when she pay for his neglect, either by hay.
and Mrs. aterbcoi vlerrtved at the Ing a dissatsfied wife and un,
doctor's house h admitted th happy home, or by being mad
an~docletor is, h ad out e to feel like a failure beauile his
and let hlls wrl .tae out. tw wife reels like one and misery
chlrs and a pc bowl and i loves company. Or by having a
goblets which sh c ed as her wife who tries to compensate for
property. feeling neglected by keepig up
mutesem ugly vords" be- Ifeling
ut "some gly words" be with the Joneses, or neglecting her
gan passing between them, Ihome to become a full time club-
Mrs. Mer s raidr as *he left woman.
the house. At the top of the list of things
Mrs. Sierbcow had filed suit thLt don't improve with age hus.i
for a separatlop June I charr- bands should put "a neglected'
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THE rANAMA AMERICAN
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CABA ZALDO
Central Ave. 14
FARMACIA JL BATURRO
No. I LottI Plaza


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41 Central Ave.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE
S Household Automobiles
FOR SALE:-Must sacrifice new G Walk four blocks ad seae ef kut-
SE. 7 ft. 60 cycle refrigerator, ma- dred dllers. Buy your ueld lms at
hogony li.ingroom 6 pc. set. Mod- HASMO S. A. Tel. 3-3022, Vie
ern blond mahogany double-bed Isple 51.
All excellent condition, stose. Al- New tie speclel. 600 a 16, $14
brook 2247. Calle Darien 5 Apt. 3 670 3 15, $16. With your old
FOR SALE.-Kitchen table, 2 chairs: tire. All ether eise drestkeily re-
two refrigerators, diningroom set. duced. Drve In to T.A.T. Ne. 25
bar, radio-Victrola, baby carriage. Auteimeile Row.
mattress, baby's swing. Other RE:.Automobile Liability Policy No.
household effect., 220-D. Rodman UCA-1033217 covering your 1951
phone 3267. Morris Minor Convertible Coupe..
FOR SALE -One wardrobe, divon. FOR SALE OR TRADE:-1953 Ford
kitchen cabinet, etc. Misc. house- Victoria, leaving for States soon.
hold ort.cles. H St. No. 21, up- Albrook 86-7223.
sts.P ma-- ----n FOR SALE:-1942 Chevrolet 4 door
FOR SALE:-Two beds. Asstd. mat- and 1953 Mercury 4 door Mer.
tresses. Phone Balboa 4131, after comatic Shift. Both in excellent
4 p. m. condition. Priced to sell. House
FOR SALE.-Mahogany dinette. re- 2162-A, Curundu or phone 4205.
frglerator and nevw ashing ma- FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac Catalina.
chine, 25 C.,cle, 3 beds; crib and Very good condition. Reasonable
mattress ne*: kitchen table. See 220-D, Rodmon, phone 3267.
at house 406-., Ancon. Tivoli Ave. FOR SALE: Buick Special 1952
FOR SALE:-Studio couch, uphols- Dynaflow, 1 year old, perfect con-
tered, convertible to bed with drtion. duty paid, leaving country.
matching armchair. co:or grev Colai No. 2. House 210, Los Cum-
Konf6hl-r rug 9 x 15. dark colors, bres. Tel. 2020.
Wl lroabove as set for $120 CO.
All in ood condition. Bedroom set. FOR SALE: 1949 PACKARD SE-
maple, Colonial American style. DAN, good tires, leather upholstery.
double bed. innerspring rrrtres. Only 38.000 MILES. Price $900.
dresser with 5 x 3' mirror attach- 00. Call Curundu 2258 or 4257
ed, chest of drawers. excellent from 7 o'clock to 3.30. After of-
condition 200.00. Emerson Jr. 60 lice hours. Call Curundu 4108.,
cycle 110 V fan $15.00. Kirby 60 FOR SALE:-1951 Morris Miner, 4
cycle vacuum cleaner with appur- door $550.00 cash.. D ut~jl .
tenances, very little used. $60.00. Call Balboa 3164.
Pncne 3-3141 (New Cristobol).
Owner leavi Isthmus. FOR SALE: Dodge sedan 191
eiy -- $200. House 456' Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE:-Leaying *country, selling Tel. 2-1282.
practically new'furniture and other --
items. 2nd street, house 210. Los FOR SALE:-1953 Chevrolet De Luxe
Cumbres, Tel. 20 O. 4 Door Sedan. Light greep, '4000
miles. Ancon 2-2111 room 356,
FOR SALE:-Bejjifu; Simmons Stu- .I$1,650.__ _
dio Couch with One mc to match FOR SALE:-Plymouth 1953 under-
and end tables. ;15th S .-'n Fron- coated, seat covers, directional
cisco. House N0; 111:, lights, whiti sidewalls, 4,000 mnile
FOR SALE:-7 piic~ ba nboo dining- $1,700. Apt. 51-C. Oiablo Ter-
loom set, $40.00. Vanity $15.00. r ce. Corozal 8c-2182
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MISCELLANEOUS, -I RESORTS


TRY our delicious genuine Italian
Pizza Pie, Ravioli, Spaghetti -
prepared by a Neapolitan cook in
our spotless kitchen before your
eyes. The price for one order is
75 Cts. HANCOCK MAR, Central
Avenue No. 145, Tel. 2-3002, next
to Central Theatre. same side of
street, private entrance for res-
taurant.


DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic
Central Avenue "K" Street, cor-
ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
Why does "The Lady Want o
Mink" at the Drive-In Theatre?


MUSIC!
Do you desire excellent dance music
for your socials, receptions, etc. Then
call Bennett. Tel. 2-1282, Panoma


FOR SALE

FOR SALE:-Three year old gelding
gentle as a dog. Excellent riding
horse for small children, saddle
and bridle $50.00. 1948 model
Nash Sedan; Will run five wheels
and tires. Best offer next 5 days.
5183-B. Diablo, Tel. 2-1597.
FOR SALE.-RCA movie sound pro-
lector, 16 mm. latest model, new.
Also movie screen. 52 x 70. Tel-
ephone 3-2710 from 7 p. m, on


FOR SALE: Fire Engine for a 6
y.eor old boy. Perfect condition, see
it at Aeropuerto Paitillo, No. i5-:
A, Apt. 2, Tel. $-5573.
FOR SALE:-White electric sewing
machine. Handsome cabinet. Fine
condition. Cost $170. Selling for
595. 40th St. No. 8.


FOR SALE:-Boy's bicycle with out-
rigger wheels for learnr. Excellent
buy, $20. Tel. 2-3654;


INVITATION FOR PIOWOSAL
FOR FURNISHING NATIVE
LUMBER I
Panama Canal Company ilnites pro-
posals for furnishing 50,000 BMFT
1" Moria Lumber under sealed bds
lor opening in public at 10 30. A


Foster's Cottaga". Ite R e
Santa Clare. Ple yur
linens. Phone Blboo 2-1866.


WILLIAMS' Smato Clar Beach Cot-
top, L cmtfrtaoble, modern,
near ax ilboO 1050 cept
weekends.
PMIup. Ocanslde ct.o1gu, Santa
Claa. Box 45. bao. Phon
fWmn 3.1877. Crteala Z1673.
House an bach, Santo eCar. Also
in COOL Camp r mountain.
Phor MoRALHIlleL beM 89
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Gromlich Santa Clara Beach cottages,
electric refrigeration, gos stove*,
moderate rates. Phone 6-441 orl
4-567.


FOR RENT
non'um
FOR RENT: 3 chalets: one, two,
three bedroom. Furnish or un-
furnished. Telephone 3-718.

FOR RENT
Apartmet.
ALHAMBRA APAR NTS
Modern 7, 4 ond;5 rolqnlfumrlshed
or unfuinhISh. Alhmt l Office
8061. 10th Stret, Colon Tel-
ephonr 1386.


ATTIN1N a& 1, Just bWt modern
fumlrished apw :i Ig twot
bedrooms, hi, co1 o.t6r. Tel-
ephone Panar 8-44.
FOR RENIT:-One anw two bedroom I
apartments in npw building at 45
Automobile Row. Enquire at House-
hold Exchange.


FOR RENT:-Small oportment, par-
for, dininroom, berh a nd
kitchen, $ .00. J dI 4 Fbreg
No. 18. Pasadena, C onte.
FOR RENT:-One bedroom furnish-
ed apartment in basement of
private residence. W8th St. No. 3.
Bello Vista.


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- Lhin closet, IU;.U1 el./U I-UK SALt: Q 41Chevrolet. good M, December 30. 1953. in the of- main bethroe
SFrance Field. condition, $195 QO. Call 5-126. tfce of Superintendent of Storehouses, mead'l.,s op w
ta tun. / Balbna IniIat.on No. 42 may be diningem, k
FOR SALE-1 bed. springs, mattress. I f r f s- C ll. obtained trom the above office, tel- leanj kitch
$15.00. 1 hot plate. Must ll be,- .I l ( F rUUINU phone 2-1815.- resitiel sec
fore Dec. 25. Poner* 3-94 LOST '- TW HUNTING DOGS FOR SALE:-Baby strollers. nd- A0.
FOR SALE: Must go tonite. Best Kobb lck-whl, blak-tan .ng lamps. 1441-A, Owen reet
offer takes,, tiollywmd, DoUble Mles. RdWard. Phene Balbo 3214 Balboa. N ,- E
brd, lether e~rstuffed, sofa wo ARE YOU STILL STUCK FOR RENT: -
choirs. Ap 7 A c'Col. Jeaqui tMil i for that special Xmarn glft.--"beau- dinette kitchen
Arcsemena.er toy o terer puppy ou 8. next St. fro
S t'ful toy fox terrier PUPPY would
FOR SAL: Cthree dc4r make most anyone happy on Xmas FOR
wardrobe p~c con'itpon. l n morning. FOR
$75.00. P 50t, St., V U Faith Pster's Hilt1t Kenneh
No. 49. Pi 18 mi. Trans Highway to sign left Ro
r ALE: n a- MI'OKY' oDec. S2 (UPI- The to 72 Civo Chivo Chvo d. F T-M
FOR ALE: ring mattress, mother an American war pris- FO SALE:-Pekn puppies, furnished to A
double bed ,. bri with Hal- owner who accepted communism F SALE:-Pek puppies,
I wood legs." 10 53-8, a80- said today she will never give up ported from Colombia Accustorne board or withoL
boa. hope for her son's return tto t Spanih speaking. 6 weeks old. FOR RENT--Exc
-. 0 freedom. NPo 33 West 141h street, Panama. furnished bea
F Te i hr OR SALE: Zenith Table Model or two person
The graying mother. Mrs Phr- Roado-Changer, 78 RPM. 60 cycle. private both a
tirn iHo thumbed through her s$0 new 34 Violin, $62. Royal ly at but static
worn Bbleun sh found wr,tr, good, $45.00 892 section. Tel. 3
OR L: rtlll plsright. Morgan A e. pBSboag 2-3408.
FOR SALE: r ow, .00, I'sfrom Proverbs 22 8." she Morgan Ae. BIlboo 2-3408.
good C .ipn painted. said. "Listen to it. There's no Beautiful Germear Dolls. For Sole at a
urt -A, .A Arook Air time limit." No. 3, Secn Street. u
---- She read slowly. "Train up a FOR SALE:-Boxer Pups, AKC reg-
child in the way he should go .t'ered. 3 months cld. Excellent fll
S SALE "and when he is old he will not with children, see them at La Cho-( "' I
R SALE l depart from it.'" za. 5007 Via Arango. 500 feet Aidj T Pa
or le.e looked up from the Bible Fo:t road to Panama VielS, tel- M '
..t.oreyeles and said. "Richard's only 20 ephone Panama 3-5371 or Bal- iW
L:- Cushman scooter 3 yeas old. I'll pray for his return .oa 1674. NEW DELHI,
to Ch, st some day."' Prime Milnster
Wheel type with stake body, ex- to Christ so da w" PlANOS:-For sale. Spinet in very wri edtMinst
Scellent condition, $125.00. Pho e"u Aldenn,Min..armwi.warned today a
excellent condition. $125.00. Phone m .. arm good condition. Another completely an
S4567. House 120. Pedro Miguel. W lew7,00 miles c. avai new Enlish Sper piano. Very d et t
effort to see her boy. Pc. Richp ano Very would upetth
(ight fishing boct. motor and trolfer. ad T. Tenneson. was not dis- good tone. Tropicalized and two tweea India
Excellent condition, $295. Wil ouraged when she heard how Acrosonic Baldwin, lust received dir noted Kashm
sell separate. ABERNATHY. N*. 9 1he. igored a broadcast appeal from factory. Easy payment. Call fie mp rta
Pra Avenue. Itoay. Baldwin Pienos Store at 34th St., we I1 Ot U
Pe. East, facing Lux Theatre. Tel- th. fart that a
echone 3-4947 or 3-0672. -the United I8
FOR IMMIHATE DELIViRY lin it. Nehrnu
Aressi under water fishing equip- '3 olnow b
went Mlnnrw buckets, takle boxes, rienCe tbt
YEARLY CLEARANCE SALE l.n; rackets, Mitchell, Ru-Mer, CO-mes -sI
ICetuore and Swiss Whz Spinning sdded pa.
'Reel. $9.75 ip. Hundreds of new conUrm li
of p..nn.ng lures. Glass blanks for mak- oaor eA l 1J
n"g your own rd Michigan boat ; I'
accessores and propellers. Open 'til Nehr Sdni )
10 00 p. m. and 6.00 p. .m.. to- the5 laes- w l
CA Sorr.w. Thurdoy.
U E ABERNATHY 99 AV""U' s < '

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MERRY XMASW
at Happy New Year
t Harmeta Dun. ____& Duu
v'I Edna" who worked for Mrs. ed to de Bh
CPA R A oy ,n New Cristobal please their fatW
%r.Ae to Box 781. Ancon. save thm. &.
CIA. LYRNOS, S.A. Wonted Position
Wanted Position
(One Block from Tivoli c.o ing) 'i-.ieeneed bilingual accounting when
desires a steady position in an~W
I -'-ble firm. Either side. Write P. r0=
'We offer IjONEST and REAL F8O8. ALE

BARGAINS of all Makes and Real Estate
0 E e ili :'0 -E:--Beatiful 1918m2 Iot.
MO S. '- "afed by 12th Green in Go l
Reasonable Read.-Tel. ed.
btalboa 3745.
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19M1 Bick Speidal
Sedan, good buy.
Free entry,
s150.00.

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I1950 Ford Tudor, new

p. p$int, radhigo
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1948 Packard Sedan,
excellent condition,
duty paid,
S725.00.



1948 Nash Sedan,
Stood. tires, top shap
Free entry,
339;90.


146 Hudson Coupe,

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*.udes 413d fa -'--S.I Lucho Azo arragr at the orp|
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Mni James Pote1 bu. jnotwr, 1M. Thsr'4 DekerB(
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THE THANKUGIVING TU
the Pilgrims ate wild tu
For turkey-roasting advice
asked our Chicago friend, K
S n B. hiles, for ifer best m
oi. Mfls Nlles is home ecor
1ih director of The Poultry
Egg National Board. Here is
reply.
To Truss: Fasten the
skin *o tl:e back with skew
]ring wing tips onto the b
dose abdominal opening
Viewers and cord Tie dr
sticks to tail. A skewer above
through the tall helps to
cord in place. If there
de of skin at abdom
push drumsticks
this bridge.
turkey: Brush ski
cooking fat. P
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Alantic Side At
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parcel costs $2 and conts
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Office, $33
Nt o,3. $26; Andrews $
5.y BSmoot and H
S (Afb; 8abert Lodge,
Quallty, $25; Mission
e, Cristobal Unl
$25; Cristobal Elks.
-American Women's C
; ort Gulick Protestant SB
,$20.92: Fenton and Co., I
Millan and Eagan, $20; N.(
es Club of Ft. Oulick, $
th Margarita School, $22
0ieraie and Co., $20: YM
Main Desk, $20; Church
Saviour, $21;. Cristobal:
,$S15; Trinaty Metho
$t0; Standard Fruit l
8e15:, $35 Royal Netheia
,C.,. $19; Gatun 0E8., $
K Istlmnan fBaptt Chua
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Palu
1V, 3. V. Bexerhoudt.
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Rate, $12.34: Housing
$13 25; Panama Age:
oWe. $150; Lions C1
jCustcms Division, $10; O0


Presents

Today, Wednesday, Dec. 3
P.M.
3:15-London Studio Concert
(BBC Christmas 8peciale
3:30-Mesic for Wednesday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:15-Wn at's Your Favorite
5:30-News
5:35--What's Your Fa vori t
(contd.I
6:00-The Iketchbook (VOA)
6:15--BLUE RIBBON SPORTr
REVIEW
6:30-The Christmas Variety
Bandbox (BBC)
7:30-Report from the U.S.
(VOA)
IKEY its ttrdltion im Amdiiee afIt 8:00-The Platter Parade
irkeys. Proper roasting is a must. 8:30-Books Bring Adventure
tVQAI
e, we the druirrstick and breast endq. 8:45-Commentary on World
:ath- Leave the cap loose gver the top News
ieth- and at tht sides. The turkey may 9:00-The ChristmasC Cavalratle
nom- be covered wth fat-molstened 9:30--To be announced
and cheesecloh., la ge enough to cov- 10:00-Iollywood's Open House
hsr er the to, and drape down on 10:30--Sopeml VOA relay bred-
all sides. Altiminum foil or cloBh ca aO
neck helps in uniform browning. 11:00-The Owl's Net
ers. IBasting Is unnecessary. 12:00-News-sign Ne.
ack. Place in preheated slow oven
w!th (325 'dereea.P.) Do n Btseir. Do Tomrrow, Thursday, De.n 4
rum- not add water. Do nbt c6Ve IfAM.
re or cheesecloth dries during cool- 6:0OB--Dfn On The Alar
ho!d ing, moi.len with drippings in Clock Club
is a the bottom: of the pan. 7:G0-News
ninal Internal temperature should 7:05-The Alarm ClOck Club
un- be between 190 and 195 degrees tcontd.)
In 325-deg.ree F. oven; 7:30-Morning Salon
in of 8: 15-Morning Varieties
'lacee Timetable 8:30-Mu-lac Makers
ik t i a8:45-Jerry Sears Presents
allow, 1 Total Relaite 9:00--News
me- Ready to Cook Time In r;m 9:l5--8acred Heart Proram
r of1 Weighb Stuffed Bild 8:30--As I See It
body 6 to 8 3% to 41/ 10:00-News
10 to 12 41. to 5 0:05-Off the R eEord
foil 16 to 18 6 to 68 11:0--News
t -at 20 to 24 7% to.9 1:9MI ..-Off the Reelr4 (oonld.)
1:30--Meet the Band'

isket Fund Drivel 1:l&-L heon Asic
12 :S0-topular' Music

For 830 Parcels "'News'
oa1 :45--Lum and Abler
2:00--A Call from Los.Paul
| a 2:15-A Date for Dancing
the tobal-Fittc Dept.. S14.50; Gatun 2:30--The .Amen-clr itnal
ring Union Church, $50; Raiqbow CI- (VOA)
t of ty Scloola. $10.50; North Mar- 2:45--Battle of the IBa3ds
skct garita8echuol. $; Orounds Mata 3:00-A FeStival 9fIne ,Les-
tel- tenance IU.S. Rate $;: Water sors and 'CarSls (BBC
and Sanitary Branch, $9; Inter-J 3:F -Ti.e Little1 _
has American Women's Club m~ 3:30-MlMt fort T i ay
I to bers. $5.50F Standard Prut 4:00--Prsnade 4oancert
ist- loyes, $7: Couwt Brock No.. 67I, 4:15--Bob .TMrly
tli 5; Chase Na tial Bank. :3; 5 -.WIWs Your Iite
ll. Panama Agt EmployeB. 5:3 -N .
, Chapgr eas oc Daughtet :35-W Is Your a .orlhtt
n American R lut o $5; G 6:0 t
^ Vl IV I I n t 13r Aea .
Scot DTrep 23. Gatl, $5; 1- 6:0- (n Ae RD (
Srie Lodge No. 530. $ 0: An- 6:1 L
r-drews and Co. Employes. S2; 6:30- teHo
e hiding Star Lodgea,,; Sunbeam :3- cl ne a oure)
$ .a Lodge, $2; Print shop-U.S. 7:0 Crlmaa ve wtuit- the
hlt Rate, $2, United Benevolent So- Children of New York
clety Np 1. $I: Flower of tie 0- from te
Isthmus Lodge No. I: 250; En- :0-- (V tfrom th

_one,_t_ 8: 30--M ad
SChi r stm the at
Libm,. akonCh5 hrs
vi- l:00nThJCoistmas Cav e
ioneat Counters 0:3-0& rto You (BBC

prisig Orchestra
tlOT; ~ Sp~ig t I101d-Tommy N7iles anmhl
.pe, "n Dec. 2f (UPV I 10:15--Th- Latin American *'i"
jam. Wil Dec. 23 (UP)--, shade
mrt Leii peri en and ham will be,10:30--Chrlstmas Carols by
eod heading for meat counters the first. Y*detde lingers
eI t ws ofd year, it was disclosed I1 -00_-T..Owrsa est
-0 .12:00-N- sign Off.
.50, An 'Agriculture Department re- axpla itn of syme h
arn pose ted that 31.882,000 pigs BBC-Brs Bradcasting Cor-
and were produced this fall.9 per cent poBtiBon
un- fewer-than last .ear. The 1952 fall! RDFRadlodiffulonFn I
$25; Crop totalled 34,961.000 while the RD-Radodl on Friai
lary, 19-yp -. average fall production VOA-Volce of America
1on 1 0,734,000 head.
$215; 'TW department already has said
lub, that hog prices, now advancing
erv- tatt hi 'prices, now advancing
$20; season y. will remain higher L this
C.O. Winter than a year ago.
$26;
cThey Just
t 0llIIoted Again
diet
CM- VERSAILLIES. France, Dec 23
nos (UP)--,A pink brassier lay un-
10; claimed today in the lost and
cit, foupd, ~4~artment of Versailles
im- Palace,' where Parliament was
Co. trying to eletd a French president.
ate, If Was found in the voting cha min
:e ber. of the palace Monday. and
DI. passed solemnly from hand to
ney hand alonrstbe rows of senators
Lub, and deputies men and women.
rIs Npne claimed it.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 23 (UP) The Brooklyn A AMA. PRO LEAGUE ."-
D[dgers have fired another shot in their "beat the atdllS Uec. J I Le P1
Yankees in the Series" campaign. W__ TWi- w Lot P
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They have signed Ted Lyons as pitching coach Due to un...pecte number of BwL .' .. ... 3 C I
Due to unBxpected number 01 a U U AN Ot
after Lyons wrote the club, "I've been trying to beat entries, quairalng rounds will *me.... .... 4 .431 5 I_.
the Yankees for 30 years. e of four days duration, -G GA )
Y e holes medal play in 3 or 4 ball ana Btadllai)
Thgt letter also said: '"Thatbaseball hand as its first man- matches, or as committee d- lwnles (Clark -4) vs.
was always the way It was, and! ager. rects to be played on either .l *mbers. (Reblaea 1-1)
hope this year I will have the! Owner Harry Selbold of the Dec. 31 or Jan 1, 2 or 3. No w
pleasure of sharing in such a Richmond, Virginia club an- practice rounds on above dates T Browltes' .ace thandm iW, S
project." ounces that veteran Ameriean U.S.O.A. rules pa amended for vi btCliark tonight wilR eel u daty rm N
Dodger president Walter 0'- League shortstop Luke Applng local play to apply. fouth consecutive ictry the ary ,
&alley was Impressed. Brooklyn has signed for 1954.. Selbol has There will be eight flights of seatogwhen he goes t
tas lost five straight World Ser- been granted a conditional fran- match play, 16 a flight. Prizes Boa~ at the PaaiOi ne ,l.1 0 o
es to the Yankees-and O'Mal- chise. Richmond has been given to be awarded to meaalist, win- plc l.dlum. BrowMui hua
ey admits he's getting a defeat- until January 5 to prove It can ner and runnerup of each flight. .'.
st complex,one he wants to lose. furnish a park which will meet A special trophy for winner T Bomberasare u. o .to .Me1awh l,
Lyons' went to the Chicago InternationalaLeague standards. championship flight to be pre- coualtrr with HaumbaP ,liDr e Oralb a a A
Vhite Sox in 1923 and spent 21 But this is nsaidered almost a sented to the player winning 3 son. right-hander who Is ap- his hrata.
wars with the Chi-Sox. He won certainty. Richmond will replace years In succession. y in his best form now. form of three.
60 games even though Chicago Baltimore, now a member of the There will be 4 special spot o on was an eay winner are expected
pent most of those seasons in American League. prizes during play No entry tee over the Brownies his lat time -TFridy.
he second division. t "o .
Lyons took over as manager of Appling joined the Chicago oi rolndelimitio to be rk has started three games
he White Sox in 1946. He White Sox in 1930 and remained completed prior to 6 P- thi season and has won them Plo
witched to Detroit as coach in with the club until 1950. Applying Sunaay, Jan. 10 and suceedingall -in Impressive route rAg
949 an remained there until then retired and managed Mem- rounds on succeeding Sundays p." -ces. Hai victor are
he end of last season, phis. a White Sox farm team, at same time, with exception of -
the last three years. The Mem- week Jan. 11 to Jan 17 when
RICHMOND, Virginia The phis club hoped Appling would play will De suspended for Pan-
iewest member of the Interna- return for 1954 but they were amia Open.
lonal League has hired an old unable to come to terms. Matches may be played pre-
vious to official starting time by
mutual consent of the contest-
d ants, if agrsment can not be
I IIm an One-Hitter Gives reached. offclal starting time
will be 9:00 a. m. Sunday.
In the event of tie for Medal-
't Ro n Cro n In 'ist. pnd 18 hole medal playoff
S F ir Round Crown In will be arranged. Sudden death
playoff will be uked fpr elimina-
ting rounds of match play.
SBaseball Leag Score cards to be signed,
Clayt baseball League I eond ,.I I
checked, and attested prior to
o subbinsion to tournament
The 45th Re Battalionnine backstop Sanchez's hard hit committee.
as been acc chm ion of single. Local rules no fairways oa n ..
he first ro f f 'oound- Number six scored in the fol- par 3 holes, ball may be lifted COM1 PA
obin season e win- lowing frame after a desperate and cleaned in fairway or on
Ier of the Fo seball catch attempt by 65th's short- putting green, boundaries as
league. Follow ti second stop Eiksteadt. All zeros appear- listed on reverse side of score H. s
lace is the 7481 gnal team ed on the score bbard after that card. Disputes in Interpretation eteuter*
rith a 1-1 record the 65th until the last half of the ninth Of rules to be referred to the ,,ilr--** '
it rcraft ArtMrill rM-ag- when it appeared that the 65th tournament committee, and
:raton witnh a a' S age might pick up a few extra scores. their decision will be final. / 1; L. Cawwt. L
autball chuSker Jrman Beck- Two bases on balls and a hit on Tournament Committee will --v ~*Ir l'**"*
rqn pitched a e-itr-ame over error were made presents to the consist of: Harry Hlrt, Dick
a 65th while striking out a offenders. With two away left Johns, Bud Balcer and Joe
otal of twelve battI. Despite a fielder Curt Biehn tapped a -Bak
reateniinn raich soaked grounder to short who lobbed it _________.
(u field three V i, h u r r to second in a force play to close
lockman held ct over:' the last page of the book.. 4 #
at bagl to fan t a oenbh, b The box score: J OIS llI
men and beat the itlon J-2. 45th Recon Battalion-
ab r h po a
Right fielder Walt Grogger Fanseca, 3b ......4 0 0 0 0 BASEBALL
cored the 45th's fkat run by Hernandez, as ....3 1 0 1 3 The newest member of the A-.
fout~ln a sharp single -down the Oguendo, lb ......4 0 0 10 1 merfcan BasebaR league haset
d baseline and tealng sec- Gregger, rf .......2 0 1 0 0 1958 or '57 as the yea it expects
ad. He went to third oa leld- Volght, rf. .......2 1 0 0 0to win its rt' "
rs choice by catchIer reteo Sanchez, c .......4 1 1 3 0 President Clarence Miler of
ache and a on an Becker, If .......3 0 0 1 0the altimore cltb says he will
-rror. Sancheztond Remke, cf .......2 3 0 0 0 be hppyto finish ixththis
ind final run of ffin lhenlMIMan, 2b ........3 1 2 1 year Th at franchise finished
second baseman An l.illlan Beckman, ......4 1 0 1 1 last in 1953 while operating as
apped out a single. Tedefen- the St. Louis Bron. Miles sa :
bte first bagger AVton Pagan TOTALS ......31 8 4 17 5 "After that, I hop in about
Sought Millan nalig ak first 'Volght for Oregger in 5th. two or three years we can rise to
Md ended the frante. 65th AAA Group-- the top ofthe league." ,/ -
Mosley,r ....... 0 Mles says general manager
The bottom of thb w a Elksteadt, s ...4 1 1 8 lers has y 0,Pntral manager
comedy of errors.at t of Crltpel, c ........4 0 3 3 as he r "p end
he 45th. The r sedSmith, of ........4 00 4 0 asheee fit.
he bar to be lpper s bothuPagan, lb ......2 0 0 15
ball to bel had bothPagan. lb. ......2 O 0 15 0 Cleveland will play 30 night
teher and flellders had rouble Subkowski, 3b ...'.4 0 0 1 l 1! .- ".gh .
id h rbgames at home next season.
g the ball thavq. Second Schuneman, 2b ...2 1 0 2 3 That's the same number as
n Jay 0Wmunan was aulIbaz. 1 .......2 0 0 1 0
S Siked an a advanc- ehn If......2 0 0thsyear. General manager Hank 0
id him one _ie. .tobhr Beck- Perez, p ..........2 1 0 0 2 Greenberg also says player con-
ananastered control of the ball King, p** .......1 0 0 0 0 tracts will be sent out shortly.
ao sttS out left fielder Al Hull- Hull, p, x ........1 0 0 0 0 It's reported that third baseman
I 1* save a-free ass to 5th _____ _Al Rosen is the only player sign-
Wd-ardo Perez. Two TOTALS ...... 3 2 1 27 17 for next season. i. A
i t err through shout- *" Hull pitching for Perez In 9th .
I. I andez'allowed of- Blehn for Becker in fifth. Brooklyn's National Leg ue
Ss ortstop Victor Elk- x King pinch-hit for Perez In champions showed to a threat
Sad catcher Melvin Cris- faith. for several more years if sue-
I t et on base and bat In Score by innings. cessful farm hands mean any-
Sruns to tie the game at 2-2. 45th Recon 020 051 000-8 4 5 thing. The Dodgers announce
h broke the tie In the 5th 65th AAA that 46 of their minor league
; second sacker Millan and Group 002 000 000-2 1 4 players won all-atar honors fhis
enter fielder Daniel Remke SUMMARY- Errors: (45th year. 0
talked, followed by a hit on er- Heraandez. 3. Oguendo. Beck- The new Brooklyn manager,
i by pitcher Beckman. Short- man: (65thi Biehn. 2. Elksteadt Walt Alston. isn't taking any
top Hernandez received a free Pagan; Stolen Bases: (45th)' chances despite the minor league
m' s and came home as substi- Greper. Remke. 2. Millan: talent on hand. A merchant In
i t eirlght fielder John Voigbt (85th Smith, Pagan: Pitching Darrtown. Ohio, held a Christ-
S tced a hit on error for one Record: Bases on Balls: 45th-5, mas party yesterday for the
e. The fifth run on the mer- 65th-7; Strike Outs: 45th-12, youngsters. Alston was there.
y-go-round tagged the plate on 65th-3. too. And he was heard whisper-
ing to Santa Claus:
"I'd like a pennant for the

TENNIS
It's reported the Australians
may switch their doubles team
for the Davis Cuu tennis match- .
es with the United States.
Lew' Hoad and Rex Hartwig ,-
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R r A yS 10 workout with professionals Frank
Sedgman and Ken McGregor. :
VD E RTIS This may mean the Aussies will
use Hartwig with Hoad instead
ADVR-T/ -Il of Ken RosewalL Hoad and
SRosewall have been Australia's
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worried recently about Rose- -
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... ..mas night chances in the North-
South football game at Miami.
Stu Holcomb of Purdue, the
Northern coach, says: "The team
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ment."
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SBuck from Collee of Pacific and :


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SDifference In orange Bowl

n TORC.Dec. 23 (N8 _) -- back, rates the shlndi a torW-
mot .ouan men' who -mow up, but adds that alae could
Eary.&nd a p_9kOlaqa best. win another tor i. .
f'.the TeTmp1 1 even to Fullback ob Amuma n lits
hree.. Maryland because "the Terra-
pa ,tImourl athlete abstain- pins have a stronger Uine, whbie
Switch Ploney, the outsanding
The Tigers back, makes them the bet
were the only team. The sooners have more
Outfit to tackle all-over backfielditrenagth.'
noth of the "Oklahoma hits* harder, but
H ams that col- Maryland has the 8ooners out-
e like eprss classed in the backfield." toi)-
taleUs in the tradicts End Pete Corpeny. "Noj-
.Miami Orange tre Dame is the only team OZ-
1:, an New lahoma played with a backfrld
Sear's ay.Col- of Maryland's class."
leg Park clout- "Maryland has a better line
Mtaou. WO-0; and passing attack.' testifts
roman e d g d End Johnny Willson. "The out-
iancet and come depends on whether rao:-
ry rival, ney playb"
S 7. "Maryland will win by two
te Old TeMirrapinsn touchdowns because of a stouter
eSr. S l^ line." forecasts Tackle Charley
er.The gerstk on Bull, "lnd Fkloney gives the
lera, Nov 7. Tero a margin.'
T 'ers are always Thher ~,M land hia better person.
a cat' back for the an- nel in the line and In the back-
field," asserts Tackle Al Portney.
t dates and the tradit a "I wa e impressed with the ta-'
have lot to do -with e kles and Kuards, but believe that
ierhap'the dae are iba the game will be pretty close."
Stl-t No Tigr i'ntmentils Guard Jack Shively strings a-
Jon the jl ~efn Ma- long-'if Faloney participates.
states who haldle Wne Maryland will prevai. He is one
Side ot thd Iife. Perhlas of the slckest quarterback
Star. the Man hadn't At have seen The Maryland line Is
when'J u Tabu a took t just-as good as Oklahoma's, but
i Totrpnst to olumia Maryland has better all-round
Wa inn the yar. Wth ise balanebance n the backfield."
V e the Sooners engaged-te
Ies. Center Lloyd Brown Telec's
All even who pick the Tt,- Maryland because of its line. eI
pns perdlet that .BeInte Ira classes Oklahoma's Larry Grtgl
Wrll be thn dIffetrece Iro *as the finest bark in the melet,
hli knee remains sound, further" but hastens to add that the
treMling the split T quarter- Soaners' ace hasn't much on Fa-
Uog greatness. One who lea lone.
toward Oklahoma considers r- iThe Oklahoma men are Halt-
"bin superior to Gene COaR., backs Bob Schoonmaker ad
hb, counterpart with the Wud Skimp Merrifield and guard and
Wtinson forces. Another speaks linebacker Terry Roberts.
t the lmportane oat FaoneV. Sehoonmaker e x p e cts the
Vie Eaten, Mtsnol's quarter- Sooners to atop the Terps' a;-


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and uner any eondlte.
Frano. who once Ion l
der the alias of Beau j.Tw
already loat two bouts to 2o
featherweight champ of I
mA. Since then things have
opened fast and plenty to Fr
irt he shed himself of
"alias" then he had a go
change of personnel In the
dling of his contracts and
preparations. His next step
to affiliate himself with At
Woodruff, sage of Colon
trainers.


Woodruff has been assocla
with more national chamgpl
than any person connected w
boxing. He helped fashion one
the most brilliant, even tbj
brief caerers in local hita,
that of the late Stanley
His latest protesal andri
dro Teals, won the featberwe
title just ten days ago.
There aI nothing new that
can say about Bourne. He iPM
amA's bantamweight chanml
and that should spask for IO
Because-of the scarcity of pa
able onoonents In his class. M


tack. particularly the long gain- vIn has bee
era. He, too, streases the fa't fighting a
ttthat the Terp are well set t weight lml
quarterback and a adds that may- win the fea
be this will help. He Insists, how-
ever, that the Sooners' offensatve anc s. t
line blocks more viciously. He been a "tol
doubts that the Terps' defen.!e he'startedw
his new ma
Is as tough as that of the 8ooI- fvloped f
era. ready for al
Merrifl,'ld gives Oklahoma an Woodruff
edge in the line. considers the and he tol
backfields even. He is the lA:d now to flgl
who contends that Faloney is su- for anybody
perlor to Calame. Roberts. rates diton."
Oklahoma the better clutch
team, believes the Soonets can
get more Ored up for a big one. Ml
e differs with the most in-that
he argues that Maryland has the Manhatts
better backfield, Oklahoma be Another va
stronger line. full status a
Difference of opinion Is what It wasa an
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atherweight Utitle.
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JERUSALEM, Dec. 23 -(UP)-
Joidan charged today that Israel's
"regular armed forces shattered the
re-Christmas peace of the Holy
fand by attacking across the fron-
tier in three places last night.
Jordanian officials said three
persons were killed in the Israeli
sorties into Jordan in the Hebron
area' southwest of Bethlehem, the
birthplace of Jesus.
As United Nations truce observ-
ers investigated the report, King
Hussein of Jordan ordered his gov-
ernment to give every assistance
to Christmas pilgrims bound for
"the city of David" where the
Prince of Peace was born in a
manger.
The government of Jordan an-
nounced that it would send a Cab-
inet minister to supervise arrange-
ments on the scene.
Jordanian officials said the first
of the three Israeli attacks was
made near Tarkaumga village.
The invaders opened fire with
automatic weapons and threw
"grenades, wounding one person,
,tey reported.
The second attack was said to
ive carried some 10 miles along
e Beirut-Hebron road. The at-
kilRed two persons on the
t nd ~ b ed a house in the
i o Hebron, killing an
.wwaM officials said.
V4 th hkd attack, they added,
es thrust about three
ST~1l, -killing an animal
with automate weapons and min-
Mg a house.
Christmas pi g r ims speaking
many tongue anad worshiping
Christ t i ma& was were assem-
bg at a Jerusalem and
lsa reth owe .. a services.
Outside e4iLhdem,. some 25,.
.4 Arab waited for
ea e to.- u t ihem new
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less Arabs lig a skimpy
1*tions. '
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inY could look rd towas
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IIOLLYWOOc ec. 23
(aPi-- Film g dOW Lamarr
honeymooned hae today with
her fifth oil
rnan; te .
ou r lastt
night follawl ir marriage
ceremony mtted the
phrase M bey." They
ard the honeymoon
here un and then
move to n, Txas, to live.
Mimss La ,39, and Lee. 45,
exchanged and plain gold
wedding in the Queens
County before Man-
Is 1. rnes.
CwOUL were their
Mr, t Mrs. Robert
wYs Le's second mar-

' Thir they sped away to the
tmort, where they stood nose-
nosegazing into each oth-
ers eyes and holding hands
ahlle waiting for a plane to4ads
knne les.
Sstu Lamarr was hoarse fro
rhat she said was a "Roman
She returned recently
Italy, she explained, where
worked "nlght and day" to
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UP)- with the approval of the Preal- President Elsenhower's atob-
Secretary of State John Foster dent." Dulles aid then the Rus- for-peace plan.
Dulles made it clear yesterday sian reply was "hopeful." A Foreign Qffice spokesman
that the United States is ready Meanwhile in London the Brit- said Britain would consult with 1
to discuss weapons control with ish government Indicated it other Western governments, not-
Russia as well as President Ei- wanted to consult with the Unit- ably that of the United State,
sephower's atoms for peace ed States as soon as possible to He hinted the meetings might i
plan. promote early atomic peace talks begin as soon as the.Soviet offer
Dulles also foresaw the pos- with Russia. had been studied thoro ly.
sibillty that 1954 may bring "a The government's prompt re- Prime Mitnister Sir wfnston I
possible recession of the her- action sparked t he cautious Churchill was reported to feel
ror of atomic warfare." hopefulness of Western Europe the Soviet move might.ie the I
He noted that, Russia, "after over Russia's agreement to nego- first big break for his long- t
years of futile and evasve do- tiate with the United States on standing desire for top level I
bates," has "at least Indicated a
wlllingnesa to talk confidentially,
and-we hope-seriously," about
atomic issues.
Dulles referred to Moscow's C urchill Calls M alik
announcement Monday that It Is
ready to discuss Elsenhower's
plan to set up a new. Interna- E
world's atomic powers would
funnel some of their fissit ale O r
materials for peaceful atomic
development. LONDON. Dec. 23 (UP)-Prime of the Big Four Forelgn Minis- e
However, much of the Soviet Minister Winston Churchill sum- ters take place in Berfn start- c
statement was devoted to pro- moned Soviet Ambassador Jacob ing Jan. 4. Russia has not re-
tests that Eisenhower failed to Mallk to a conference at his of- plied to the proposal. It was tak-
include a ban on production of fidial country residence today, en for granted that this confer-
atomic weapons, authoritative sources disclosed, ence was among the toics du-
The Russians long have In- Diplomatic quarters believed caused by Churchill and,Malik.
listed on such an agreement that President Eisenhower's a-
but refused to agree to an atomic pool plan, the proposed
Iron-clad Inspection system, Big Four foreign minisrs.o ixf A
In response to a question aft- ference a and possibly a me et
er an address before a National ot Big Four chiefs of state might
Press Club lunch, Dulles said have been discussed. j C LOU
there was nothing in Elsenhoi6- Mallk paid a "courtesy" call rL I
her's proposals for peaceful de- this morning on Foreign Secre- r- "L V Aa
velopment of the atom that bar- tary Anthony Eden. For M y Al
red a discussion of weapon con- It was disclosed shortly after- w
trol. ward that the Prime Ministern
In his historic Dec. 8 address had invited Malik to a lunch -TEHRAN. Iran Dec 23 (UP)l
to the United Nations General conference at his official resl- -Ira announce it would set
Assembly, Eisenhower took the dence. Chequers where he had up a special court to hear an ap-
position that it would be best to gone tQ spend Christmas. pea o former Premier Moham-
Sh nen e med Mossadegh front his three-I
get a start on the atoms-for- Churchll had been expected med Mssaneg nce which
peace plan since efforts to reach to engage In no dltmatc at- year treason
agreement on atomic weapons ties during the llda and to uhed off widespread demon-
had been stalemated. so. long. his summbns to Mallk touched stiretons n iTehera today.
Dulles elaboratedon the Pres- off intense speculation in diplo- Polce armed with toommy en-
Ident's position as official be- matic quarters. arrested 20 Communist-ld
gan preparing for private talks The Prime Minister was known onstrators as groups of from fiveti
with the Russians to.see whether to have welcomed warmly the to 50 persons carried out hsot-
agreement, can be reached on Soviet statement agreeing to pri- lived demonstrations througqut
the plan. Several courses of ac- vate talks on President Elsen- the city. Students at teh'Ctano-
tion are open. hower's plan for an atomic en- munist stronghold ofw eheran f
The United States could eon- ergy agency In which the big University struck In protest a-lie
fer with the Russfns through powers would pool part of their ginst Mossadegh's sentence, a
normEl diplomatic hannels; it atomic resources for peaceful The demonstrations, alo pro- p
could ropose a formal eon- purposes. teting.Iran's resumption of dip- A
ferenu with Russia and other It was reported that Russia's lomatic relations with Britain.i
atoel powers, such as Britain statement, even though hedged coincided with new talks be- Ci
ai ~m ada, or it could make with conditions. revived ChUrch- tween Ian and Russia on flnan- r
aa.aro h through the Unit- ill's hope for a ig Four Fo confer- clal and border differeoes. The
ed Nations. ence in which he. President El- talks were carried out by or-
Dilles made clear that the senhower, Soviet Premier Georgi eign Minister Abdudlh Enteam L.
United States will press forward M. Malonkov and the Premier of and Soviet Ambassador Anateli r
with its plans for the strength- France would join. Lavrentiev.
ening of Western Europe. He Mallk Is one of Russia's top The new British chari dtaf-
marde his second strong plea sn diplomats. It was he who, in the faWres, Denis Wright, calI" 1on
recent, days for ratification of United Nations, made a speech American Ambassador Ly n-
the European Defense Commu- which brought about the first derson today and requested an
nity. approaches between the U.N. appointment tomorrow with the i
However, Dulles also said peo- and the Communists for Korean foreign minister..
ples under Soviet domination are truce talks In another major polities dc-
so discontented "it would be Maltk returned to London a velopment, the government an-
reckless" for Russia .to start a few days after acting as one of nounced nationwide electioniwor
general war. He pointed to the Russia'i delegates at the U. I. Iran's Senate and Mallls (lower
East German revolt last June. Assembly meeting, house) would be held within two
Eisenhower may discuss his In cnieCtlIn with Malik's vis- weeks. Exact date of the eeo-
plan further when he delivers It to Churchill, It was recalled tons was not announced.
his Christmas Eve broadcast that British Ambassador Sir The announcement of -
from the White House. It will be William RAyter conferred with clal court to hear Mossad
a plea for world peace. Malenkov a little over two weeks appeal was made by ProxB
The President declined to corn- ago In Moscow. Soviet Foreign Hossein Azemoudeh who
ment personally on the Russian Minister Vyacheslav M. Molotov sought the death penalty.
response to his atomic plan, but was present,. moudeh said he ad
the White House said Dulles' I Western allies have pro- himself against the lightness 6f
st:.t(!,,,nt Mo- '-'v was Issued posrri lti Russia that a meeting the sentence.


At 70, Albert. Still Makes Them Laugh
S tPARIS. Dec. 23 (NEA) "II the bald jate of the man whom I
ver bit Oflt. The sawdust, show poole call the "Lazaru''
nIela the people of the of thl c. C.us.
But best of all, I love to In his tiny untidy dressing-
the children's laughter." room 'a clown's dressing-
At 70, Albert Fratellini is not room. he calls It Albert Fr'L-
Iy the uldert clown in Europe, telling said with a twinkle in his
the Is also the moat famous: merry old eyes: "People say that
he can boast of having make-tup i- bad for the complex-
-in the circus business 65 on. Look. I have the skin of a
baby."
w at te t o t He Is proud of the fact that it
St the turn ate c as he who Invented the gro-
that Aibert with h's broth- tesque make-up which has made
:aul and Prancols, start d him famous. And he was the
;'mguscal clown" act which* first c'owr to wear the ridjeu-
hler tgraonts oi cheldr' lously baggy clothes and the
teir parents in every web-foot shoes which make him
capital until the out-1 look like a scarecrow. It was al-
Ste cond World Wa sothe Filatellin brothers who
cuame, only one wasn created "'e sparkling bespau-
But the rout elinigled roslJmres which have now
did not die out. been handed down to the grAn -
a nephew Max, and tn CLOWN IN UTI s Albet nephews down to the gr -
Io. LWalgi and NI- PrateUlni, 4aO lurope' ,
P'lh'te he s cared n. oldqut. When we Fratelinlis t
--, t.made Albert recalls, "We.were paw d
1eBigfall.''Youl pi-fck1oUrelf up. Al- francs (Svid) or About $6 sher
in Urope echo bert.,' .sai the otor 'eside., per perfcrmancs. Wth i
laughter haven't you been doing just that lived like kings, ate chickf ek
i m a Lnm all yourlile?" ery day. IC egeaede h
Sbuy a cop e oue el
Joke laid! Albet stkapte n mla.y Paris.' vaU
e hot ,- i times; lit hee puled and -now not perant sumh bJsVWrj".
~J aat He 1! every nigt ha -bo tseen it so fa n'uls O wSS Ofti P
Conf encd'thue d I Winter Cir- become bAtwli eM two WOO
last tthe cu P tho h the old roi- IWars that 11 ha U d 11
a abltr 1te. h spectators rea- outside nR t*Eu
lo neab the grotesq,,e couldIll.
edcot Id l. dtheu Id wig wlh Fclle. Berg .4W
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"Th reaitnmeq. w. discussion
s a welcome deon Dpent."
Official reoa k In France
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Bpfi ths othe note
w sIn haU ee quite
mtnttle 1Bout'e 'news," a
Pr.e -Feio fe spokes-
man sad.
"Now that. e t ht has arriv-
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Noted while Tfiing a rickshaw:
Britlsh Tfma7MM white-washe
barbed wire tl-e ringing dugu -
facing R ObM r. General ao's
Korean te regiments arerim
only a trellide away and Her
Ma ty's rs know they'll be
swampd pfed to if the Reds
puh., So' when Tommy says:l
"Hope I'm t.Bllghty before the
rice diet, he means., "'Hope I'vre
gone home before you're all pris-
oners of WON
There s"'ree price sales In
this town ding from botte&
to top: COlpese, British, Amehr-
can.
Women 'Iw small sawnphl
around the ast harbor wlth,;tiy -
bables tod to their
Indian pa style. And
coolies, wul carry you to the.
highest peak for a few cen
.You sit -in a cIshioned ebali st '
on. poles- t a fancy nop
Sfov rainy daly.
Often yOu hear what sud
H like a b o burp guns
and neou# Asia you duck.
It's old Lee custom- -
ebralunr o peninc of a new
tore or sinafn a new on-
trct..
Aleng the Bamboo Curtln:
The th, who ean walk l-
mata a .n hot coals without
swearing haye ulled combat
trope Z!i.a strip along-
i RdCItUna. t tlah and Chl--
nesi "Clonlal Plce," stiff a
Buaklngkat Palace rds ~
pleated sorts, guard the borr
planned a proper border
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