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

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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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01816

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O WNW AM PU LIu N *V TIMS PANAMA AMNSICAN PR INC Labor News
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LOCAL U2 MAIL
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s*e one mVa. IN, AovaNc...-,-- s so a or By VICTOR RIESEL

TII IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN Merry, merry, be thI Christ-
mas, for...
Here we hang stockings. There
Here the average working Joe
TH M A I 0 decorates a Christmas Tree ithe
TheMil a Tspirit of peace. There they dec-
The Meil os r aci open forum for readers of The Ponamo Acof- orate a "Winter Tree" and make
Ae. Loter ae received Ietefully end are handled in a whoniy confi- war in the name of peace.
de.el meager. Here we rest among our folks
It you cntrbute a letter don't be Impatient It it doesn't appear the on Christmal Day. There Dec. 25
ait day. Letters are published in the order receives. has officially been announced as
Pioese try o kee the letters limited to one poae length, a working day.
*ggieMNy et Mtlw wilter is held in strictest eetidece. Here o ur youngsters frolic
l Ti ws r saes no responsibHlity tar astents as opialtts through the sacred holidays. There
empod in letters f eee the "winter vacation" has been
o d- hifted away from the Hoy Days
to the days between Dec. 31 and
GREETINGS FOR JOE McCARTHY AND WILLIE NEWMAN Jan. JO so little Red tots will know
Balboa, C. Z. nothing of religious symbols or
4*: happiness or good will.
Here's a copy of a letter I recently sent to that paragon of Here we hail Santa Claus. There
virtue, that loud, but ineffective anti-Communist Jumping Joe "citizen workers, engineers and
McCarthy. technicians" must hai such Stak-
"Comrade Joe: hanovitei as Maria Andrei, Par-
"You recently received a letter from a Canal Zonlan request- aschiva .Matei and, Others. I'll take
int an investigation of pore old Willie Newman, the seldom seen "Rudolf, the Red-Nosed Rein-
agent of the Canal Zone branch of the infamous G. A O. de: despite his color.
"Now it was inferred by this fellow Zonian that old Willie Here our college students sing
was sort of a subversive or something for undermining the little carols. There, in batches of 3,000
morale that's left here. Well. I must admit old Willie sure greas- they must gather on the night of
ed the tracks on the old gravy train to some extent. Why Joe, Dec. 24 and New Year's Eve, to
some of the girls even had to hire full-time maids and go on the hear their professors sing the
public payroll to keep up the payments on their 1953 car and still doom of capitalism-in unheated
have enough to buy their lottery tickets. Other girls cut their halls, freezing because fuel is
scarce in the "workers' paradise."
full time maids down to 2-3 days a week and finally found out Here we drink to festivity and
wdat those pots, pans and the stove were used for. freedom. There they drink to "the
S"The most horrible crime of all though, was that Willie ac- future of the factory and to th.
tually forced some of these pore Zonians back to the States. Just heal'!. of th Comrades who dis-
imagine, back where people pay income tax: only get two weeks tinguished themselves jn their
a year vacation; pay 28-30 cent., cents a gallon for gas, 22-25 work during the past year."
cents for a pack of cigarettes: $10-22.50 per day for a hospital Here our department stores en.
bed and where there's a luxury tax on many needed items. Also thrall our kids with joyous toy-
where the civil service jobs are getting scarcer and scarcer. lands and chuckling Santas. There
"The only consolation of course is that you Republicans are a satellite department store open.
finally back in control up there after those many years of frustra- ed on Oct. 26, and with hundreds
tion. What an exhilarating experience it must be, to be in the of childre.. listening to the open.
States and near such geniuses as yourself, Jenner, Velde, Brown- ing celebration, Antanas Popov, di-
ell, lenson and of course Ike. Why, if thinks keep improving at rector of the State Commerical
the present pace under this brilliant leadership, this place Is go- Enterprise, Marmag, popped off
ing to be swamped with bankrupt farmers, riffedd' civil servants, with:
and God preserve us, more rebel ex-cotton-pickers than we've got "T h e children's department
hre now. ne will .c te idren in crej
"It does seem logical that Zonlan would write to you though, activity and self-imrovement. The
to'lnvestlgate Willie. In keeping with the new code in the States, abundance of goods will instill i
I think its called McCarthylsm. anybody who disagrees with a their little minds a consciousness
person'or does something they don't like. must be a Commie, or of the might of their Socialist fa-
Red, and certainly needs to be Investigated. therland and of the care of the n
"Why. I think Willie was even brazen enough to wear aPrty anl the Government for
pardon the expression, red, tie one day down here. I guess he tNo little Iva there is no Santa
just lost his head, being over 2000 miles from your roving com- Claus in the Socialist Fatherland.
mittee. I'd hate to think I informed on old Willie, but I'm sure We know that your folks used to
your omnipotent spies have informed you of his indiscretion. carol "The Star Songs" an dress
"Old Willie sure did make a lot of people unhappy here. He's as the Three Kings, Herod and t
a smart one though, always was a moving target. He never stay- others from the Nativity story.
edi here long enough. for the folks to get the range on him. He And we know too that an official
was mighty shifty. Joe. almost as shifty as you when folks start decree has now ruled these out s
asking you about those shrapnel wounds, or your Wisconsin as "superstitions".
financiaL deals. We know that this directive say i
"Well, Joe, I hope you've got al the dope on Willie and will your folks must replace these "sI- t
start your usual restrained, unpublicized, non-partisan investiga- perstitions" with "more realistic _
tion. If there's one thing we really need from the present crop rites of factory competition and
of legislators, its dignity and humility. masts grades.' There no room
"I just know you're our b. Joe, and. you'll leave no stone un- for re gl ou Ie W i"
turned, and no witew unftro to te bott of t, ths
terrible situation? -W '-'
"read In th n llf a i
0Ommles are W V mpnt rrw thought. I C1ost1 y ou
have to charge thnext post horrible crime in your boo A the i &
-i being a consclentiQOi underpaid, civil servant, doing t9 disliked, cal So mass ce atirt
but needed job." Stalin's May on Dee, S.
W. t5 E DJWAInn A.ir t e


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ISANTA CLAUS

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Housing- Policy

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WASHINGTON-(NEA) .- When count
housing and Home inaiiai Ad-Irect
oinistrator Albert M. Cole unveil- ness,'
d the 300-page, three-pound re- In I
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committee on Housing Polclies house
nd Programs, he was asked this "He
question: lisen
"Would you say that the aim of wants
his plan 'and program is to so Cob
emulate private eaterpri3hn the edA ,
building of new houses and in the proal
artial rehabilitation o old hous-conge
lg (thereby to coastrke our housi. lag
ag ventdry) and thereby to co-w Th
ract the psatitipation'of ite fed- lonli
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dh he couldn't, Bur 0 a wlreL
.estion le that But sines the. President had not it
S.made his de(sion, Cole said it'tltgat.
o er, Carioll Wfi- would 'ant bee *r him m10aatli
amejB, n t real estate ed- to say w th reportwold p ut4
ltmore Sun pa m.j be the aNdisw .a :program.
question and a;adTe Wsu aInefator Waf
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ida t program enambU the dMW"irue' !"Ehi
idder ythment to ease Out of visions in he report.
B ing picture?"', These commnets from the head
'.Ithe answer was in. manp of dthe ousag and HomeP l-
S A S added up ted'tO, ppace lAgecy would, seem to leave
i ~~ h step that ruced .he subject of new housing lpol
e pi*ea for more publ usecy right where -it has been space
g was.A good thing, Admi- last January-which'is pretty well
tor Cit declared. But hetddcd confused.
hat It nmp be realized that ame .'Th repo of t.he resident's Ad-
eole could never pay evI edto. visory Co emittee of 23 members
oncalt. 6ts, and they ha to be is a trem sdous thing. It has aev-
elped. 't ea mI an sections f retommn
"Do the recommendations s tiUon -nd five lengthy rbeoalt-
eport eptra-t federal aid toM- tee reports which are-highly tech.
ig?" Cole was asked. nica.
"It sets up machinery c the The substance eof this summary.


HoIf Christmct
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We Mnow, too, m ma q am v
ia's propaganda division has or-
dered the Soviet press to invest
Stalin and.his successors Wh te
mythical qualiti's of Sat&-.CIW& .
"Lover of children add b rer '
all things bright and enhMted,
they wrote of Stalin las year.
They sang made-to-order songs to
him. Today they sing to Malen-
kov, whose hands, and politics, arel
red with blood.
Here wa permit our enemies, the
Soviet's spokesmen, to appeal
through their Daily Worker for
-rhristlas Greetings to (Commu-
nist) Prisoners. They list 38 Sovi-
eteers wbe stole our seer'ets, plot-
ted to overthrow our government
violently and sold out the U. S.
Yet we permit them to organize
the Politi4al Prisoners Relief Com-
mittee a.d agitate for the free-
dom of st who would turn our
land ove the Soviets.
There, *T roe daring to plead
for the 're dor of even one of
the zo,00,( political prisoners
this Chr s would automatical.
lyhe ar.. r secret police knock-
a on s door-and not for a
social all.
so, berimtrry. Look at -your kids
and ren nlaer little Ivan Look at
.the local cop and note that he
wears no MVD boots. Look at your
Christmas tree and see the Star
of Bethlehem, not the Red Star
on a "Winter Peace Tree". Sing
your carols. Remember that you
are free. And be grateful as well
as merry.


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WAbHINTON,. Dec. 24 (UP)
- Dfenme Becrtary Charles E.
Wilson said after a White House
conference yesterday t h a t the
administration has finished work
on its military budget for the
next fiscal year.
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budget cl s f o.r ending be-
tween 0 and $39-
oogmA e ifent year's
spea& is mo to be*aboub
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gory inhabited by eharait%*.
exaggerated vices and vlr~s
language. But now i aeea dIe
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all of us, ad Christmas tbWlbi
this most meaningful and ela~
days can also be something of i.
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complicated and commerclalk -
stores are more crowded,
and tre arre more cards t
for sedlng them. Then tb
ute Christmas Eve rush for.
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1y OSWALD JACOBY an. not jus aq .our wile. If you'll oah'scraft 1yg toys
Written for NEA Sernice do that you II not only show her 12Operatlc solo pTrueo '
the small courtesies women set 13Soviet 10 Hoe color
such store b3: but you'll keep her mountains I1Monareh
NOR H (D feeling that she is an attractive 14 French king 1 Accutonmd
*. IJ 104 woman Tin t will certainly make IS Poisonous 2 Wdkn 3l Soap-making 47- of Good
S AJ 104 her easier In live with than if he' 17- -of-war 22Mor.dladful frame Hope
07 t neglected and taken for" 18 Devil 4 SlaslUg 330 ocean 4Persian prince
A Q granted. I9 Swerving places movement Carol
WEST A Talk n her. ou w d never 21 Impolite 25To*Ird the 35 Saltpeters 51 Withln
WEST AST 'Talk i her. You would never 23 Distress signal sheltered side 40 Whirlpools (preix)
Q768 3 *Aone fell shem understood .ou and had 24 French dance 20 Tear 43Lyrie poem U5 aEsntial
107 K 98 4 2 your bet interests at heart. Why, 21 Circle 8 aRomaie 4 Sloop. parts lcoa
S10 9 8 K3 just because she is your wife, 2. Shoshonan 30Parade 4 Cicatrix 55 Co M pnt
8O3 1!should vou decide she isn't inter- Indians
ested or wouldn't understand? 32 Click beetle
6K 82 Take pride in her accomplish- 34Within
K 5S2 ments anc' don't be ashamed to 35 Determine
SAJ let the world know you think she 37"- of
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6oth aide vul. Iqense for a man to start low-rat- 38 Sow
NrtLt East SogS West 'ing a woman when she becomes. 39 Remainder
16 IV 16 Pass his uzle. 41 Abstract being
26 84 I N.T. Pan 42 Girl's name
-4 Pam Pam Pan Try to help her get the things 44 Colors
Opening lead-VI Ihe wants from hf- just as you 46 Removed head
expect her to help you get ahead. skin and hair
SAbove all, don't ridicule the things 4 Rajah's wife
W, e o w she thinks are important, simply 53"- -o'-
,Walter Bonyun. who ha, dtlr ctedbecause they are things that are nine-tails"
tournaments in BrookJln for manymore important to a woman than 54 Things left
iong and interesting 3 ears. sent mea man. out
tday's hand with the infurmaton 56 imic
tat it was played in one of his Tell her now ant. then that she 5 EMimic
duplicate games. "We have many is doing a good job. You'd do that 57 Expires
fine players in Brooklyn.' Bonyunifor any person capable enough,to 58 ermats
rites, "but several of them unI'be kept on your office pay roll Legal-matters
fttiunatelymissed the key playThen do it for your wife who works 60 Gaelic
This hand,- It hard and otfen needs a boost. 61 -ia"ithorn
S.At most tables West opened the DWN
eight of hearts, East winning with It's Not Good to Bring Knock
the ace. tast naturally shifted all Wrk Troubles Home 2 Reionk
one 'to the king of diamonds to' I
establish tricks in that suit before Don't get mad at the boss and .
dummy's threatening clubs could'come home and take it out on
provide enough discards. your wife. If' you're upset about
SSouth won with the ace of dia- Isomething, be fraph about it. Then
Thonds and tried the club finesse. you'll both be on the same side.
ast took the king of clubs andl Treat her ideas with respect. An
washed. the queen of diamonds, af intelligent woman gets awfully
ter which South needed the rest tired being treated like a nitwit,
of the tricks in order to make his just because she is a woman.
contract. Never lie to her. The woman N
Tn most cases East then led a who trusts her husband never be-
third diamond. South played theicomes a nagging, suspicious wife.
j and nWest. could choose be-
uffig and discarding. West Rainbow City
T discarded a he art, an b so
"'Is'now apparent to South'th at Night Classes
East started the hand with six dia.
morils. He is also marked by the Begi Januar 4
bidding with five hearts. This leave B g J
room in his hand for only two e p lpal of Rano C
black eards, and one of them the The ca of Ranbow
king of clubs, has already shown Occupaatlinal High Schoolean-
u nounced !cgistratlon for everg
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*an one trump, and may have regular o rf hours Dec. 28'to
abne at all, South -should lead thel31 at the higq school.
mine of spades and let it ride forj ... WHE LUCK Irs. I rd Wall~ an. n ills,
a finesse. East shows out, and the Classes to b offered betwe, 1 d4., her car h'balan strong wiods e Shewas
whole hand counts uot. .. :Jan. 4 and Apzil 28; include: traveli.eabout 50 1 es-)l2 when the fbCoE i eernmes
South continues by cashing dum-'. Begin mr i s English. hair dreis- off. The car went q# the road and veered back iaI the path vi,
my's top clubs, ruffing a club, ruf- ing. bookkeeping. typewrltint the rolUh wheel. T71 mr tippgEtup and came dow-f tnh wh@eal.
fin a heart in dummy, ruffing a dressmaking. shorthand, tailor -
huib with the king of trumps, and tg, and other subjects for whleri
tofen leading anything towards enough students register.
4mmy for the last two tricks. Tuition is $1 or $2 per month
,At one table, reports Bopyun,.dependin~r on the course, and .I TArRC TE
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duammyj instead of finessia the Monday and Wedenaday ev -
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'Ju* Aresesena Ave. and 33 St.
MORRISON
3 Street No. 6
THE PANAMA
S H Street

SFOR SALE
Household
S SALE:-Must sacrifice new G.
7 ft. 60 cycle refrigerator, ma-
any livingroom 6 pc. set. Mod-
ln blond mahogany double-bed.
l excellent condition, stove. Al-
2247. Calle Dari6n 5 Apt. 3.
S I.LE:-Two beds, Asstd. mat-
l. Phone Balboa 4131, ofter

:TLE- bed, springs, mattress,
P5.O. I hot plate. Must sell be-
e Dec. 25. Panama 3-2234.
SALEl-A modern tbrer door
ardrob in excllent condition.
$75.00. Phone 3-1428. 50th St.,
o. 49, Panama. _
'OR SALE: Innerspring mattress,
double bed, plain spring with Hol-i
plywood legs. $35.00. 1553-5, Bal-
boa.
3l SALE:-Lorge refrigerator, 60
cycle, price $150.0g. 44 Via
Porras, Son Francisco.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motorn
jht fishing boot, motor and trcier.
Excellent condition. $295. W:I,
sell separate. ANIWIATHY No. 99
Ifiru Aveme.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
'O SALE: -- Ctshman scooter 3
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Automobile
Walk four blacks ead mave one hen-
dred dwellers. Buy yeur used c4 t
HASMO S. A. Tel. 3-3022, Vie
Espelie 51.
FOR SALE OR TRADE:-1953 Ford
Victoria, leaving for States soon.
Albrook 86-7223.
New tire epeiel. 600 x 16, $14
670 x 15, $16. With yr eld
tire. All other sizes drastically re-
duced. Drive in to T.A.T. Ne. 25
Automobile Row.
IOR SALE: 1949 PACKARD SE-
DAN, good tires, leather upholstery.
Only 38,000 MILES. Price $900.-
00. Call Curundu 2258 or 4257
from 7 o'clock to 3.30. After of-
tice hours. Call Curundu 4108.
FOR SALE:-1951 Morris Minor, 4
door $550.00 cosh. Duty paid.
Call Balboo 3164.
FOR SALE: Dodge sedan 1941
$200. House 456 Ancon Blvd.
Tel. 2-1282
FOr SALE:-1953 Chevrolet De Luxe
4 Door Sedan Light grqen. 4.000
miles. Ancon 2-2111 room 356.
$1,650.
FOR SALE:-Plymouth 1953 under-
coated, seat covers, directional
lights, white sidewalls, 6,000 miles
$1;700. Apt. 251-C. Diablo Ter-
race. Corozal 85-2182.
FOR SALE:--1952 Chevro'er 2 door
Sedan. Power Glide. See aj house
406-R'. Ancon. Tvcoli Avenue.
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4-567. House 120. Pedro Migutl. i -- d "n HUNTING D.. S
;LOST TWO HUNTING DO(S.
tOR SALE:-Motor scooter, $40.00 Kobbe. Bloc -white. black-tan
good condition, recently pointed. Mole. Reward. Phone Balboa 3214
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SFo. I l Dn. e Sund Real Estate furnished to AmeriCn couple, with
k Force Includ { Dance Sunday ... .. board or without. 12n St. No. 14.
VF&r tnENT--uExceptionally beautifully
Iwlin Mainea At BaQlbO a YMC.A frrnished bed-livingroom to one
1 CH 6 0 FOR SALE: Villa Astrid Zr eson. pWd taste,
Sikps r e held at the Balboa USO-JWB Valloe Bein a Realtr aor y at bOs sairs;, b- 'lla Vst -
SAred Foes erv le Center, offering my own reperty, rsctioanTe. 3T 0 32798.
W liy froo7 to p .m. r cal only say "tc s portv 1oW50W
Three Air Force trucks drew n exhibitlo. of native car- titely worthwhile to laspeI WA E ,
up at the doors of the PaUo dnivtl dance. will highlight the It ". Iere s tat IO

Sireloaing~aA -b r e1t."ut,, j rd.. Stre.et. Nd .2, TeL 2-o338 R FOLo m u d i
brook Al Force Bashe Ito pr- er ho atesses pi will add to the.u Caol e U 49 I
ilf a happy holiday for or- pleasure-of the evening. lMVD Mlo h r a .. ._I
Spanned and underprivileged Music will be furnished by the i V mw D oue ne t
Children of the Repuilic. popular Pete's Chic Combo or- (Con'inued trom Pa e 1) It ln d
SArriving at tne orphanage chestra. 4
e shortly before 3 p. m. "Opera- t, w bohr y dignitary at an important, hl. Ia
* tia Chrismas" foorklrs begsrn Sponsors for this dance are: state function. ,
Unloading gilfts donated by Al- Mr and Mrs. H. Wynshaw, And tme liquidation of BerIt
brook per .onnel for the chil- Mr and i. Edward Abad, MU we a function of supreme d -Mi( ue l lr e
T dcn's hone. Aant Mrs, Mrelte Mirropf and portance. t Io
Spitehea in to help airmen car- haSnd who had been president u t Annual distribution of the
ory the huge assortment of itemsdrens home as the handsome the Soviet Union had to take a Junt ema iI de Beneflcen-
lesined i10 their holiday plea- maichne was carefully carried back seat to Konlev on the lt wo ma 6. monday after-
* ure. Three large boxes of small in, complete with a brochure n a court. '-.ivernik now head of ndon, when Ic needy fsulle.
* toys, two full size bicycles, a 1Spanish explaining the oper' the Soviet trade unions, was on- rilve4 Chriatha basket this
. dozen tricycles, four pedal dri- ation of -the serving aid. ly a meaioer. whil the marshal yr tram i th Junta PFetnina 1 9r8
vn autos, four electric trp ana Exprers.g h.' appreciation was chaIon n of the court. I Ca e aC Ie
Smsts, a large box oJ athletic e- for thet tft contributed Hy ahe -Io mo alttyt-hae o h bel o he
* quipm-nt and a case of assorted peope ) Albrook M others f Thgeeret trial wa anlqa. ks Club for Cldi B h
puzzles, blocks and games were poter rlina Vargas said: Obsay outside the Iron wee.t wtW fruits, idv
a led into storage rooms to await for your kindness not only dur- than ia'sr fate was at stake. edition each reneyed a small toy. I
Delivery to impatient young ing this year. but in the years It appeared to be a trial or Spedal difte were presented to
Stands. Our boys, i am certain, powrsiwith the army pitted a- two Inld children. -

b rand-new Necphbi-selg ma- Oarlock, 'Operation Christmaa" army raised grave question; Army and the Seco Chr t-
ehine donated, b" l Ohel Chairman f replied, '"The hap- Would, tno army use its newlv- mas Fund..of 8t.l rv. IMluiSi.
of the 186th AACS Group of pines of Sour children is all ,conred ascmndancy to prom- .Aside trd e. Chr tm I
Albrook. the thanks we ne-d. Madre." Ise a eaae offensive-or a tank fund. a contribuionwas made
r Gasps of pleasure came from "Operation Christmas." 195 offensive' Would It leid tn by the Junta towards an br e
the adult rnembers of the cl-il- edition, was a success. atomic negotiations or atom:e ocraUton, thrpulh the Salh -f
' jbombtnge? tioi Army. -
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Fnan.al hep -n also gli en
of t A, a l ing from cLWad to. aoi.. e.
Bur. Thre lag boe o. Inside ac mhe ntas w u r. a huo a c other tqm enarple /ie n r

SYEA.RLY CyeIARANCE SALE o'.aded thne secreto- roWo. h
zr faice. Him dour, cold-eyed face p. *..lt ,'
E was the symbol of lSiberia and ra.de throui .,tbe Rev .
n af slave laLor. It was his police phon Of uoboktdl TOa, t'. -
Ssystem that carried out public o mediciV" and medic al at !
purges, made people disapper.r ,lles was fo*rt.ed for us a.
in the nht. and exerted thoulit among the Valente Indiana.
control. Row A u Arw Spfo rt
If this latest purge was aB u Boostd hI .
I; pU SARl Ifeat for the eret police, it BR C IO. X P) --.
was good la for the littlece r has b a a the vl
ir y man ofs -RS eveno tal',f e heorugh i. g3 w .te ta I
&eal tnue ughts tell whether -AS f S
t. the reabule leal ridership would Ir e'
B o obe lb0 harmo. says arhtey '"las gia the
comaeti 01 o il aeHeS
rCIA. CYRNOS, S.A. Edmund Fisbough eGongbu ,- ,a 0
. Elected To Head woods.
S(One Block from Tivoli crossing) i Hmao dan Grotto I _prs n3A4 .
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Edmund C. Flahbough of Bal-
boa has been elected monarch
of the Hamadan Grotto for
1954.
Flshbough, a sergeant on the
Canal Zone Police force, suc-
cmeds Waiter H. Mortor to the
top poWlton In the loocl grotto.
Others ffilers elected wore:
Norman D. Olavelll, chief Js-
tice; Ciarles N. Little, muster
of ceremonies: Robert J. Straus.
aecretary-Trasurer; Chaute
R. Croab, vearn ble prop]P t:
James Greer, orator; W. R.
Zikman, marbal; Jasme A.
Able, Capt. of the Guard: Dr.
J. R. H t. chapman; Clare6e
R. oa r, mgand chamber-
lain; Sami el Lewv. nseat* ;:
Dr. J. R. Hunt, trustee: Saa"
J. Deavour s. trustee; and
A. 'jablo, lUM i.


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prepared by a Neapolitan cook In
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Why does "The Lady Want a
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FOR SALE
Miscellaueous
FOR SALE: Fire Engine for a 6
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HARNETT & DUNN. now have their
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gft for Xmos for only $1.50. Sold
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.nd Ren,.hlic of Pannama


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pi, .an olol th the Cristmas
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lai)m made. a vivid arrangement
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SM. a'sdiMrs. J Coekrane, of
un. ile,. CaUfornia, announce
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MILWAUKEE (U.P.)- The bi
diner is just a- much a part
Christmas celebrating n the
Snd of fts beneath the ee.
Ia Milwe aee, wtt it I re Gelr
man Amrican popatulto, dter
often more port 'Th.
families ae? arud 4M tod-
ladtenti. b fLla e dod there
a ofi the y t the table
uualy i doalna by the Wh-
nrchts Gai, the Chis Atc u e oos,
instead t turkey.
Here's the reelpe for Wedlacht
(.nl a. L o00th G Ann dihes
you may wnrt to tuiare.at Christ-
was.
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cleuin a siz to eight mPuad ONc.
Wash *ad dry Lad Ult ad pep-
per the inside. Then fi with ap-
ple and prime dresi .
Prnem ( Sofifng
Th7 stu 'l% :
3 cups bread erumb; tea-
spoon salt; pinch I peppe]n 1 cup
chopped pRniu;eaen d 1t eup
chop- d PPi mNAde&. '
Soak sh uln Oes oWen t, pit
and chop. Add al ad
easnIng trounm pL oose
aod pop it nto a wbel0W an.
Sthe a hobet the oat-
ardc thi Wm' if br110 "d then
reduce heat to = m and
continue roasting un: tender,
about three houn.
The dish tIat 1Qefran cooks
serve with this succulent goose is
hot-frrJt, a iweeteour red cab-
bage.
The recipe: 2 Ibs. unpedeled red
a e; 2 IN. red cabbage; % cups
water; W jup. p 'ftk Jp8in 1
=taspM peterr' teaspoon red
rant J r ad % cup vinegar.
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during the past year by this Institution and its' personnel.

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NOTES


DICK DILLMAN WINNER
IN ANI SlUtaI', AlN
tAIAUMKE ULe: MATCH


unbeaten native Utorougnored Riqui winner of Dick Dillman lived up to his
all his I I starts, tomorrow afternoon will get his chanpionl np, ratig Sunday at
Sar i an as he usrea an oiu-
stiffest iest when he goe? against classy Golden Tap s anndng score ui x out ox a
an Sun's Moon in the $5.000 added Christmas Clas- possioie 2be rom Ene oifhana
posruon on tne aotricult Inter-
sic for the Juan Franco race track's best natives national targeL. In view of ane
over a distance of one mile. wrn and tne tact that DIce wa
usulm thae smalloore rifle at a
alstunce of 200 yards, t"i&score
lhe 'experts" are about even-'Sambo and Freddie Rose will be was close to phenomenal
ly cnvidea in their opinions or Baby Roi's pilot
toe possible outcome o0 this an-, La Enea 'Emillo Dario). Gold- Dick's performance wa nl
nua.,blue riboon event Howevel en Wonder i Vincent Brown, Diut erforey mat o his oatner,
they are almost unanimous in Golden Fan ,Concepcl6n Ruil0 out.oe E y int o hD i atner
predicting that they expect an- and Blscaya IRolando LopezN. E. "'uiy'" Dllman. Tufty,
other thriller liKe last year's Gil. are considered outclassed. making his sLst appearance here
hair -rasing finish in which Golden Wonder and Golden Fan in macn compeilon in some
Golden Tap nipped Black Sambo will race in an entry with Gold- year, took advantage of the
at te finish line ;en Tap while Biscaya will be,maten rules to use a very un-
T Is time BlacK Sambo will be Sun s Moon's running mate. usual weapon. His linal score
going In the role of outsider was 251-2,x out of a possible
;whie Golden Tap wil be the The secondary attraction of 250-25x. Although scoreKeepers
faVGite- Just the opposite of the program will be a one mile and auditors scrutinized this
last year. 1S600 Calss "D" gallop that wiil score, and felt that there was
S Sabo and Baby Ro aralso be the nightcap. Mrs. Carno doubt something fishy about
Thp tgmbo and Ba ythois are men Navarro de Arosemena'sre- it (Tully says he's going to do
expted to make things hot for cent Irish-bred Importee Dark a lot of fishing next year). they
the iuont-running Riqu i n the Millionaire is scheduled to make'couldn't quite puL their finger
earry stages and may pave the.his debut in thls one against on it.
waMo for Golwen I'ap and Sunas uch better than average racers
Moon when t h two arch a-rivals Newbridge, Rathlin Light. 'Tufy's score would, of course,
come for their usual stretch- Patriotlca and Vamplresa. have constituted a new world's
burnfhe finishes. am record and out amateur match
Golden Tap has a decided edge A total of ten races are In officials vere in a quandary. Of-
ovpr'the opposition in the Jockey clouded on this holiday card. 1 fcial scorer Maggie Dillman,
department She will be ridden lThe track management alsowho is apparently related to
by eose acworkmao when the reds fans that the usu al ITuffy, nevertheless displayed no
neatable workman when the Christmas drawings wUl be held. favoritism, as she finally ruled
stakesare Jcy-asinThere will be three pries each that Tuffy's score would have to
rlce for the track's three sections- be thrown out. The grounds for
Aurelio ina. anl averageclubhouse main stand and small disqualification were that this
lnurneyman rider. will be atop -clu. bhu en any sight match, and
Riqul' wh P Guillermo Sanchez stand. was an any sight match, and
SMoon VictTuffy wasn't using any sight.
will gide Sun's oon Victor Maggie said later that she didn't
Orftloez has the leg up on Black object to Tuffy's breaking the
world record, but he wouldn't be
N. C. State Hold fit to live with if he did.
te Club To Be Closed At any rate the victory was
" Club To Be Clo-sed tll kt in the Dillman family.


Bevo To 34 Points All Day Tomorrow
RALEIGH. NC, Dec. 24 -Ndrth Carolina State College The Summit Hills Golf Club
held fabulous Bevo Francis to 34 will be closed all day dtmor-
polnts, far below his high-scor- row. Christmas day, but wlU
ng pace. and defeated Rio resume Pusiness Saturday.
Grande College. 92-75. Tuesday
night In Bevo's debut against a
team ranked in the nation's top MONEY WINNER
10. '
N. .' State. ranked seventh.' COLUMBUS. O.-(NEAT New.
reduced the 6-foot-9 Rio Orande port Dream this War earned $94,-
phentimetbn from fantastic tol933, an all-time high for a two-.
simply extraordinary. year-old harness horse.


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Interntionma comes to I

the Na i play thIll
Paific aLo Bte4 8 ree-day
mteh. '* 'Lo,
tto, famed
wullht 10 fast b
wha,. I ball In
fo .1s are.%
o ~will deter-
el astand-
ard pfas
!.h. at Tocu-
men at tw9 thli morning
and mwied' i welcome d
eem lad cricketer s
and ta. staying at
the tReea
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tabI 0 ..erowia-
ain a BoUog 1.
n M1a* *. ( ._. *lwAs


6 ips f ride down Sa'ot irct, pk
G t 'b hack. _Caforn 'won, 63-50. in .mn,-eon-i ttl
f-- # Berkely- (NEA) .i.*-^


down at Knobby Kellerk Hot
Do Heaven that raterqo
a matter of fact, ,rdta e of


but Dick will never forget now, the sterling, pdrforman e the
that if Pop takes down the old two .Dilmns and HM g .1Eoss,
family blunderbuss. Dick's chain- the. scores could hardly Jgh V e
pionship will be threatened! been called outstanding. ,ow-
In second place was Hank ever, It was all in fun, aad ev-
Ross. with another outstanding erpepe seemed to haw --good
performance. as he compiled a timp.It seem a snah -'to spoil
score of 204 over the same course thals by publishng the aqres,
with a 30-00 using Iron sights, but a newspaper in th sternal
which made the scope sight boys pu"atit of truth would *~ereitsa
wink. Bill Jaffray was third with IUIt duty the avid lowers
a 182. He said, "Boys, I have no of-the Gun Club column If it
excuses, but it sure was windy faWedto give the sad news in de-
out there, wasn't it?" At any tall. And .don't forget these
rate, it was windy later on when shooters sbtopdon their l legs
the post mortems got started and got .off25 shOts atk 8 Inch


ten ring 200 yards away, so be
a little understandlta ,.

Dick Dlnan ...n P tx
Hank ItqRa ...... I...S- x
Bill Jafr ay ..........
Paul Andern ......1J78
Jeanette Orr ........
Archie Turner ...... 5'
Nelson:l le ..,..... .
8. T-.~Todi ..... x.'..
Knobb'Kaller .; ...; 1
R. L. Edward .........1
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oern Ia Wal non Forap,. a
Elbert c ,, W I Camp bt
bell, Alfo l Sd-Carltoi
Rollox. IA. lJth substitute.
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am o t Pa-st t htvictoll co ln le or abl eoa t e e
^Brr~ i, *tr *i *' and as -i consequence.taf M*d mud Vl IJ W Vayv q c Mah modeth play- to h *l .
it BB, tStedi defeat fot the firs mit let down Mre abd there.
A BhhJ bifr S l ia ot he a u final matches at the MO BiBATN U W1O UBss
." h, io to.blt barrage In iv adica meat
.4 be 1 at the Ibo MrlanLd and N(trO ue Z had
!.,~.~ b.o relletesd Cl Golf r in geme, met;s, e Trrapnd s aMi. th. .be
i tip' .na by default or WilmS ed onlyg two soag teams.) But the t awW ime
Xar-Roblgson wpnt tha onek Carol Ouihenhu dlspa aZ Wto be clearly noted. a
Wowinnerg and t Margret Leigh Over Ellen ton .iee, strictly ipinor, wNle m
il I seven-bit job. He enna and for Pauline ievan team hlih was later tQ turn baWkpri lig
6slone Pro uu r Puo wht. Pt the two diedules aide by s e am be
m 1 h am when str eli al tion as to which was the more takerl.
B mr tf.) .8O l Sd emlin-fml matches, whk.l-h e tesurty Wd:o t s ton ad hoe. Claa.t
In lmut be complete d ed 6:00 p..a. North.r Miami, u0t4 Crhl orge W. t
'*'i *' .'e got three Blt Sunday, Decemr 2 are as tao a Ma S a, l r
Sfow t to the -o, include iie loss:r e iOtbOha, Purdue, Plttrg,,
S.aI b to lea-1d tle Nay North C-rellas Iow, Southern Calloral D od
; ra m i-e 1Oe aAt ~ Tumnle I' Mvlanes vs Wilma BpkL M thod t.
Double walo e rgret Le Paul For what It' worth, three of th Irlh'
i nParris aided with Mgen ranked among first I* ustionatl.. nonse p Yl
two e ,It, North Y was their o. ny o. nb t,..n .
t.- :had a double and '. tese should be two very I- n26- the 2 I6 I.4-14.
ilk SC k" .cE ODDS Ghaw S ranGlll Gladstone, terestlAg matches. Wilnd Banks Nebulou as it I, the nt fe, oin cuparethie
with' t doubles; was thp has proved herself an cellent the onlyb upptng teimonyd can present
j NsO -- 1 Paet Cleua 1t:45 ri ates a bet atthe p-t. match player, and hal owned Out :Ubt*OOieart edge d,
.. while Eva Jones has pla- comes a eivn. exh7bt.r be
ii 1 Y' -1 ."''I ng .somo.- the be L tbore Moflnr itr htPrdue 1-7. smotr- othet badt Stl-T. '
G. i5.1 tsdcft 51ce pliested Indireetlon, this eome outto a spent edge
rrA.twM who-.ku- 31acaer.Irish. And how to your Aunt Noma these days
V. af 1ts 1 -Wdrth bet on last ev Margarct legh, who has halt-
.w Gh14; o't eeoAbarpnd 10-2 *H1ed her handicap in the pat year FLOP WN PUT TO T
IoV. Brown 10xM reeodunend 10-I r OUCH A&Coy e tes whythe and Paulne Kvan, who has
Lifts 3-h* bg,, dai elnit sWWI been walking away with her Another thing. More oftmn than not when It's pgb
o 3 -1o DMail A)adil d Gmfde matches, should have a real get an actual line o4 the NO. ne ranking team, the cona
l.histrust i th1a bre3 d close battle. Ttlvwer prices, a are t .' rs. Lm as', tBeha u
.m! ,. l ,; l.m k. k (__A) .,i kfbs display t Panim wasni l. t em, t nne'ee
.1Club, are u ct n ntv to oundly whacked by the No. Three team, *. h .ae m
S.keep these grl. In there pitch- Mayld, te t And te ear bt.ore tbyt %bp.o
,yo(defending-h"mpY -BalIngwere un ably mortified. Okaonu lo ta~c
('1, (. bas aigh ashoolC, ilShalb ranked no higher than seventh. Worse, lh ad
The Panama Osn CGno Scho)61 and the Canal Won 1 Jusi- For the benefit of the girls who 213 first place voite for a national nlanlde, Xeutugy B
k trdlaBomrd yestrd= can thO .lrCollege. felt that a "sudded death" ply- -mere sen.
1 otaetinr netwd -Not ludwh Is knoon to date nt off was an improper method of The Irish may be two touchdowns stronger hi. 5
a ~~ti1 AutLI the al-mength of thee jer a a Ow" l a- dofdlep raI, or Vale Vero, but no one I pr o re. It
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world of ildhood. Santa made his Ant elb-d IIg
chlner, his eyes twinkling, his rosy cheeks io a
the Christmas ateeinrs. It is said that premg at I
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Floral wreaths and misteltoe appeared in Isthmian
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