|UFDC Home||myUFDC Home | Help ||
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
* -.7 *'
L ~; ~a~.l
. ,r *-- -
.3 ,, I W .T>.yI .a a
'" S'* i
;'- WI : ..-**.
IJ\. .* 4'a- Ir . *l' : .'* '*
Lu ear."~ --
Alrau n Lincoln.'
tin *m '- h
wEW r fOT
Colon's Hotel Washington Is
being laUped to Inversiomes NMot-
tA 8 A., for close to riO00 a
aothi t wa3slezrned-today.
news ~or about. 70 em-
ployes of e hotel, which will
be taken over by the new man-
aement the fht of the year,
same to aywhen a spookWa
for the batneas firm.stated that
the maJooity of the. htel's.halp
will be re-emleyed. Those for
whom work cannot be Iound,
zhdiy be tiven jobs by the C41il
in other eaptclUie, he said.
The anouncement that the
hotel--or 40 years a U.S. opera-
*tion-would change hands Jan
cname ds a em s e rpr m
to Isthmula. However. It waus
understond tba- anegotiat io
.had been underway between the
S-.ottu ap the Panama Cnl
Smade uht tw.omvern. ..or close to three
be Ii hraur enob-h. Ta cocki neny checki up on his gMonthe
fish at ll24nggate, onda .h'markeL,, A supplies for the Wa an.-
An InveatO a linen
other tur i
.Geo g Daiws. S.M..--I=
Across Laos 4
-r- s *li i
SAIGON, Indochina, Dec. 26 (UP) TheCom-i"'
nist Viet Mink rebeh split Indochina in two today ir,
lightning offensive which took them to the Thollad
Premier Suvannah Phouma of the Indochina Satet
of Laos, acres which the rebels knifed in one of theWir
biggest attacks of the eight-year war, cabled a protest
to the United Nations.
Thaildnd declared a state of emergency in nmp 4 of
its frontier~ royinces and rushed troop reinforcements to
'them, feang 'that thousands of Indocinese rfu
on the Thailand side of the border might raise
celbmn in aid of the rebels.
It was.belieed In reliable cr-
leW here that Thailand alo
might cable a wrobtt to the U.f. M. h
The, rench b, comm, d Mis aps Uin
a gr an nfalueiima UdU s
. -* l r I t-^ *- v
-B 'u 1
d weat O d
tIof. the. a
Po, 0bat No
I m- .-
a new ai i
I, asau b1ee
ach of the
A. no leanpr
uas .is ter
iwon got ln
asr as a
- i .;
N WN b tnor, WPrach'aL' AO
Oee tor A rad to rctirm do t the iwa
oa not yet aa 4er olnuncatlon in New Zea.and's
re t yet availf- 'Ih ccuh inge the an- Only 103Iof thei
kok government of Intrfellin h aboard. the mine e r
the Indoehina war n behalf known to have survive
the United States, the locomotive and fint flv awf
crashed through a wabed-out-
The French high command ad- trestle 180 miles north of here on
mitted that a powerful force of Christmas Eve.
a,000 Viet Minh troops and jun- The bodies of 0 of the 164 vie-
gle guemrilla had opened their times had been recovered.
attack Tuesday. Prime Minister kidney 0. el- '
They captured by storm a land, who raced to the asm -
French fortifed portion the bor- soon a he heard of the c
der of coastal Viet Nam and said he saw "no hope of a0
Laos, then drove right acroa the more victims beit found ai
narrow waist of La to the Me- Many of those board the tra
kong. were on the way from Wed1.
ton to Auckland to ne Qe
They cut o ff Fre traffic on Elizabeth .
Sthe river and cut adeu main In Vienna, Cech officials st
highway of the iUnion today that casualties in a coM-'
forces in Ls. sn early Christis Eve at tw:
Lan is now cut in lt at ap- paIN"ger trasmwere estimate-
orIuaitely the 1eth Parallel of "around 10" dead sad tam red.i
atitu The coM lamo
Fresh Union-troops b b to n- Bi
ed Thokhel to the ths or train at
morning, retreatlat dbwn the miles below
river toward Savannahet. Czech-Austatan.Bd,
Clvillans bad been, ordered A spokesia v r.h.l "ir .
prevlqurlY to evacii\n trhakhe'. Ministv oC. IntrtL l SiY.- t,
SDec. 28 (UP,- which' is tne junctloq'point of phon- flom Praogie tbtajtth-WF
-'mient todv an-'coionle] route 12 fror., the coast act. toll still was not k*wjm.B
th 'l Tl Aviv o eand the nmain highway frlo Sal-.'sald there wouWl b an otftefik
s Amei an am- gon to the I.aos adljini3tlratls rel rt later.
I. Cause of At lost reports tboumandi 0a
stement:, ae ppIes.jvft *hitch they &at
at s n can try to lold tfslh-bwly onw .
public serve p portion on the MekLQa. w he
lJrong year of
KI erM e r n- Caa an Consul 1 -a
costs. His teath
and t b he people di p Mre 0np sW Un d
arteencu tle. si d., Vi iVr t a .n Ii
r VANCOW pt, Dec. U (UP) Tme
' service In d anaaei Consmul l A R- had
posts arund thon t.
cor tooLnstes ttobit to delay wole
Ambassador the re a .ON -A pd.m ThursdW a 3p
a t fe tre i er .unSl he morro w.
Srkand3 dPanm A. coipleted an y atn of Howev S a
Seompiati a ren that p art said
Somr tl they were maltrl by the cated a
Com ort captain. be
Guard The S Calyera, mow load- while, m
Sl er, i umber at oarby rofton, 'tie'
r h.pe due to sail tor th Afrera ar:- te e In*c u
,Pr ly ne.tt m month. The blanket o
I., Dae. (UP) expected to a
I uad suffers a Rcorc ntd 14 crewmen wiho country a wh*
bhre today while walked "ft the MveI while It "ad to lush e north U
s but e. h e Catidlian border.
others but tne was anchored here ere JurT- Traffic acidnts did ne
Ml the opportuaB- l n their complaint about only helidy
adWoPuA. Thte bsewd taeir th only nouWy M -
mde C. C. Ba- *ow- 6 reTvfi tlm ted At 0anmin. 09o1, Sa
unUl aa e d them Mk dascrib" U .W
hd they waep..ad iiilr atr tey lucky shot dkUaW
l naerd ta wag Wh orweaau
bameruL ,ort ivey akh nS were eii
tNeta p veo ee on whr s e-.
the wp am Na wm er T- se -a werl l
lo w-. to lave b06
16e 5 "a 't .. -
~Y1S~at ~ rdit1.
L '.. '4.4 i
*1 I "
Cu'-~ r P!
* '*.A /%.r- "^ -
'*' *, ':I' -*
Ji \ -
I -" '.* .' *
MWE SUNDAY AMMIUAM
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
9m".s Myr tscas *v i 3 PArNaA ANlRIAg N M IPW .
PUNIWoD ev NL IN UNFSEVSLL IN 1as
AmrmDoIO *AIAG. LOITON
*7, H rm 0 P 0. Sox s13. PFNAMA f. P.
rTLPrNMoe PANAMA NO. 2-0740 s LINES)
COAs ADoIg- PANAM*RICAN. PANAMA
CQLON OfrP ai
24B MADIUON AvE. NEW YORK. 4171 N V.
LOCAL 9 MA
e MTNTH. NI" A * I,70 AVAN.6
F: 0 I0X MONTHS. IN AVANG -.-,, n50 14 0
aOm ofN VtAN. IN AOVA.%. 1 1 .. .. 0l 400
THIS IS YOUR PORUM THE RIADIRS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL. BOX
The Mail sox is an eper frumn fo readers ot The Pamemo Amer
ien. Letters are received galofully ead ore handled in a wholly confi.
l Im sei.rtil letter dot e* lmwb leat It It doeslt apper th
elxt dAy, Later n We blished la the order rbce.Wv.
PlasM tt Io k ee the letters limited to one pe e lenth.,
Id tiy of *e writer is held in strictest Matlin.
This nowspepr ssumesI mn responsibility to' stIatemts as eopinim
expressed t letters hem meers.
W_ -- O --
THANKS TO YOU WHO HELPED
Margarita, C. Z
I would like to use the medium of the Mail Box to exptey
my tlanks to the people who responded so wonderfully, when my
daughter was hurt the afternoon of Dec. 14th, in Margarita.
Such an emergency It la truly revealing as to the nature of
people and even whole departments.
'The firemen, without exception were outstanding, well train-
ed, efficient men. They administered first aid to the baby in a
manner that deserves nothing but the highest praise. I would
hke to especially thank Capt. Casswell, who was In charge. I d
not know the names of all of the firemen who helped, but would
like to thank each and every one individually.
To the policemen who helped I also express my thanks.
The staff of doctors and nurses at Colon Hospital gave her
excellent care and I appreciate it greatly.
My thanks go also to James C. O'Rourke who took my daugh-
ter to the fire station for first aid, and to the neighbors who came
to our assistance.
I also thank the many friends who have inquired as to the
progress of the child. She is at home now and doing fine -
thank to you who helped.
(Mrs.) Joan K. Sellars
Congratulations to the maintenance gang and firemen of
Coco Solito for a beautiful Christmas display.
And to the staff, from top to bottom, of The Panama Amer-
loan, congratulations and holiday greetings for putting out. a pa-
per we all can be proud of.
Resident of Coco SlOUto
I am searching for cousins in Panama and would welcome
data from readers of yours who know of the names Minogue,
Manage or Mlanni (a variation) and, of course, from those lucky
As a matter of fact, I would appreciate hearing from any-
body wishing to be in touch with Iremcnd,
CMRIJ Week-End Re/ease 0.60 & 0.30
Slkws: 12:55 2:37 4:44 651 9:00 p.m.
JANE WYMAN ond SiERLING HAYDEN, in
Your Best Christres Presentor Only 0.40
S Richard Todd, in "THE ASSASSIN"
S- ALSO: /
^*'*-~~~~~ '" "-------
tappy landlords and
ieasus get together
threuh omar want *ds
e ry isue. Tour to
e want-ids. Check
Stee mw I
EIvy I kth . every week . every day-
TIt PANAMA 4MER!CAN carries MORE WANI ADS
I 9 d lr daily paper in Panama combined I
*., .. ,., *
US Sailors' L
Go To Reds
In Hong Kong
By FRED SPARKRb
HONG KONG (NEA) In this
British cyown colony Amerwtn
combat sailors-on leav6 from
- truce watch in Korea-help sup,
* ply Red China with badly aedr
ed U.S. dollars. P
e On a tear after long w eks
at sea, they spill dollars t6
Chinese shops and niht ab.
These dollars are collect14 by
a good party pinkos and agepts
of the Red Chinee Goverm-
ment (two hours from the
heart or Hong Kong by Jeep.;
With Hong Kong a free pot
minus currency restrictions, it is
pie-easy to move the gEoepbaci
L across the border. PfttrMpMp
Y Peiping, OHQ for.the antMic -
talists of Asia, runs one o0 the
f biggest banks in this tqqwn.
Licensed money changers dot
- the streets of HongKog
Shot dog stands on TipsBq
I For a premium you pan buy al
0 the U.S. dollars you want wi
i any currency from Japaneae yen
to Italian lire.
Today the main, s'ourae of
fresh dollars are visiting white
hats and other servicemen, for
SHong Korg has become leavl
| town for many UT. tr0o6
tucked away in various Oridntal
a bases Uiku the P-hlippises, .n-
mosa and Okinawa.
Red China and Mother Rui-'
sia and her Botlalkh ilehkt
need U.S. dollars th finance
their espionage .t ademeeratig.
countries and to prease war------
Smaterials available Inthe We0t
via the usual undergreond-
This is but one paradox of
Hong Kong, the widest-opin
town since the Barbary Coast.
Everything is for sale including
military Aecrets. British woolens,
German cameras and a full au- WASHING
sortment of Oriental sin. 8tanley N.
In the harbor are junks- attorney gen
shaped tire high-heeled shoes- antitrust div
that regularly run theh:ioe tChl- justice, is b
nese Nationalist blockade n* Since eqmil
evade British police boats -to My from C
shovel strateglo war gekr (bant- ett"dy q0
ned by U: embargo) to the Chli For his fir
nese mainland. hq didsnt kn
tWing. His pr
There are more tricks in theandrus
rmugg ] ryy. W "11' ftsied to oXl
mugfeAr th to bi g
are characters in a Chinese aits of
erpss-word pUtile: Bext knwt government.
are the frogmen, sturdy Chtiue While ms
swinmierF who ume flippers 0aI iyve been h
rubber sulots to sWI out, to iS administr
ferry bounit for Maeao (after it's aal. relaxati
been cleared by eustolr ) anmd Judge Bare
toss to comrades aboard forbi nois Bar Ass
den Wpr fruts. sOt the ha intend t
ifrt gOir i taa t. men soease
One fr Oman was spotted byy ton.
British p. lle recently. He a- Before this
abandoned inflated rubber b.a-g r semin
that contained a popular tyf h yr
of American tool bits, greatly in work, Jet
demanding Shanghai. t
The dollars to buy hes An I-
Ican too s ie ywe"l ey
elected ai Hong Kong i aamt Ureceivd4y
where a fat slht k ai ~et rlI
Hosts 30 cents. sail rqb
shoulders with iVhf"i Coela ;m;X
drs" whOe- ears Wvtel like raPda
detectors-and who'll be back in r fp
Pelplld next wek.
*Wry country has aswolas f
d stbht guuaholag an er i
s .j ltr G-Mli try- odep o
hoat what's Also, oe
l i have I pal -,up "
pla-ke In every lawn- ",
d##YYr An the s1les--
a fV Jlketing serrie*
Althoual th, Chinese p6puls-
tion Wilshu the Americans would
Stop 6 t tIo block businse.
with ClI* 'ta told that sinne li- A i't 11
I was l in 1950-pro- +
Western dentiment has rocket-
In 1 m0 per ceat of the )
fog Chinese favored
General annexig Hong
Kong-a the way the Britim
were paci invasion was ex **
pecte oant favw r
eontiitWmr rdre, *vr 5
thought Chinese Z still hatr t
ble joning tha cricket cub
Main reoi the as K
that thbe hee are antrlejliy
mercha t 've seen that-t oe
Chinese o des i
Soviet tr demark and bu nssitp a e
men are treate.Ljwe stray cats el.)
at a police dogt0 iventlon.
The Britishb Jren't convinced
Hong Kong .tsu safe as tea ant 00K
crumpetsTh. lasy to awe We N
touring' be oteklrta along the beiP6W
Chinese border. NeiB s ,
I saw Btilt* tjommies in crisp MHs.
Jungle gruen *t dug into Ko- i WE
rean-style pilamOles, fat With ar-
tillery p(kIng at China. If GeB-
oral Mao wantto come down to af 1d "A
ter bring a ltM friend I St
(and Bl) 4e burlybwly
gin rd an etVw lAe- S
for one-bl ase i eh
at sc eoa a*s *Mka .
You Vty atu Cae me
tHong Kong is bridge* b-
tween tno i t Ia-
lect a toi at eeb end.
stoeal over es tw day.
per ben t
SAntit ust Caes ,
TON -(NEA)-- Judge of. Tit A .*.It prats
Barnes, ew' assistant ord. T.'L 4Udmit at .a dOi "a
leral if hare of the 1., ld-t oale S -tp ttru a&l fees. oIt
isiaoa of. f t of docket, They T i se end bn
eginning to tik more. plne 1l91 to I. '1fAr this oai oldmn
S to Washngton in a delay," eays JUdo Brnes,. menat
a le had been "thf 6 lw .'1 i
jiet. .Thed lst addt Wleta (3 at
'at 60 ayle erda itmls, and, Co.emt l. 1slutttue WUefhic h I et
ow enough to say any- w re di mtele. Westinghouse,
evious experience with Norms HIffan Bearing and U 4
t laws had heeq con-t... Mare mini cases
tprtafl pll ebwt Ml fir one r
i fri-dk oteer COCA -'ct At.r
arasnformt br e by the ent p nd
SG.. etcass eatre st- o aty o
lny busine counsel ladl oS at. eh i
.olng tht. ah Gtg 9 r ea ses which IW
mtion wr On tM dlopt for owve
on of titedru it ttt ers h-ave ahlq.
s recently tld a beea led, 1 .db1 oosm t decrn
location gkthtl hktse Wb trli anhree by di
o exe so at *
Group and, in cloe
ars with, orpo no
arp hltrv heba'
he. antitrust dii; l
OIt' m in t r
rm. Toe Jafes s. :la
te. that the iJ lll"
tob more esi
uas b on '-a C
mast e.: m* -sad*^r: meat c W
IN. :.ey s.
man4q, adn .
Caa 8 sil a
-,r .f i i
0.- I' r
-I". IParU r 1e41 lSmueli "b.. .i.k
,.. tp IA
~I ~'' r48:;1
- ..., ., ,i
., .. ';
-. U '-. '
: ' t~ .
.. F. ''
0'5 ..' 3: .. .. ~...
:'~JC~:~~*~~~ss lS~u"~:i~i~i~~ ~c~ '' r*
U i -I1I I -- U -- Ur .... U '
., H l 1 ?,.
a i. i
.. 0 P '
p dmfn to the
ie naa t Wpe. T
-he iveu wClub, A .r wo it
a t a
asnd the BgI U h eals
lad s fLi heart to m
tr dff, mrutb widnes the aodtma
ftm jai BIt West won wi tl-g
--bes liene wa9 3
Thet t a-.thed1 d
tSW Webt would bea
hby a ,e of l lth, e=10
b t was ...
ohm ar hbe __
.h abs Ow:B
try the e
.r Am, ,fo dow
fSff ^ Lz~~. ^ =MA&,f.
'.Cozei n Army's
: p iCtie Europe
6 )i ^-An 4 n Ei K eo- Worm Atlantlc Treaty OrginIiia
VrWINSU tate t s~j he iA.
.ta WR ored tape and p
S that Al r- understand h
,. ma l tbad to cut through mueh
SW r tape with the Ieich.
t Ia "Costruction at Leen wa ti
t Mt e dlisgraeetgm b fore ground w broken
tu o AIfr Fe, Q y And tWhe
has he to between two.ws-un-
r it Ramabin s Just
-at Lam n ent."
Use ola and why .AmertlIan. anthorl-
(Raa oltdr Aitr.,-e tfethe not improved the Laon
Sin Odrinr any astio.u Bishop Pardue replet,
,,~"t." th what I cannot under-
049 n anm e .r boy. are stand."
said the. "But," he strsed. ea
;;f jW obe, and, bltee me, not W complat frm.the men
it.m w 9 .l.tt 7ir vonde u t -
H AtwmanjMUdtipn Ime r X proed heartwarming."
wa tt Th bishop, a member of tlhe
tbat p B) to Air re advisory hadaus'
the mmttee was Sked persoalluy
tsmat of the- V Air fbrce celef-of-staff Gea.
ltBf ul hI- tl F. Twining to Meet And
e Loafewre to airmen stationed in
s Aaroe and North Africa.
KH tbh taestry Is bet" cztd In
hr fwa chomen mathe bst ao 80 works
m 1 n ,M0C w'orkifg lmJm to complete.
II whieb oseparfi teo me ofges-
7r m the weaver's ceitiptlon of vrell-
Of tbk world.
Man Hours Lost
lThrouh'53 M s
WASHINGTON. Dec. 26 (UP)
-The hbe labmikeartit bdray
reported a nea-i. dt. )numar
of strisam to UI Ibut :
lasted oly about half as lo -as
The figures elected the ab-
Msne of lar prolboged
walkwots so fr this ear. But
the threat ofa r rl :brst-
mas Ee trike haagu over the
New York waterfront today. If it
materializes, the New York
strike could be the most bitter
walkout of IMs.
The department said there
were 16. strits this year, close
to the r~ord of 5.11T sJn. 1952.
But tho total tjme lt In the
trikes declined. from 60,10,o00
man-dayt- 1t52 t 4 27,O0,000.
This was the 1et time lost d] e
to strikesr anoe teb ed of the
war, Exept for 1 when thre
were 2200,00 t I ma .-days.
The number of workers Involved
ip labor disputes dropped from
340.00 in in192 to 00,000 this
year. -. -L
AA. 5411 I
To Boyco t
Servkie In M ls
MEMPIPS, Dee. M (IIP) -
Memphis Negro leaders warned
today a citywide Neso boycott
of the local bum S1i J-7 be
called In prott to ht were
termed "Jim Crow" threats and
"terrorilng" of N6g o pmenR-
gers by two bus company em-
Willa & eWillams, secretary
of the Buff City d elb
County Council oft Clubs
said a mass meeting e bold
next week to dcu tnc-
dent, which she d oeeurvd
lest Friday on a Memphis 8Mtret
She said In the event of a boy-
cott, members at the meeting
will be asked to form aca pool
"to transport Negroes through-
out the city" In private ear.
Vernon Watts, superintendent
of the bus system, denied that
the bus company employ,
whom he called leinl officers,n
used any "teWrro" ttoWs, al-
though they may heam men-
tioned the Ji Crow Jaw." He
said, however, the "didut men-
tion it roughly or repeatedy"
He said the Incident obhrred
when the officers noticed vacant
seats In we. rear of the bus and
that altHough white person
were starting in the aisles, sev-
eral Negroes were seated mid-
way in the bus.
The seretary of the Negro ci-
vic club uncle said th two
men "threatened" the Nehs s
and told them to get to theba
of the bun, but that most of the
Negroes left the bus Instead.
Ii MILLUETT Saysi..
A a in Bu ra I-i ie
d el, "I Had Dy Wlb
Over,' w~ritten 1 a hjB
whse overweight wife,..
a charm sehoo and was
ed a glamor girl.
there aren't any ch
me whose witv waold.
hve them made over.
are are a few wn 1p
a chanm swool uuid
I* ooks: He emuldd
tead to lose a law po
trm down that waat
In maanse: e
lban a lot abo uti
as she is to
needs to be re
the dinner co
Ok when hm
should be clud
since there aren't as p
arm schools for smm, w ei
I Just have to go as ff
I ves, trying to make
bands without any l B
Attention to HOLDERS
of our Christmas Raffle Tickts I I
We beg you not to dispose of your
inetr for our C uistms Raffle,
which take place tomorrow De-
In' .iabe, o fi,
morro,# be t sklle
ed o J~auary 17th
=b 4b -'
I ,->'''W'11 n' mm rtiw i f., _'m#_t,/
5* W* ~ -
V. *.. -S
r &' ,,.
ORANGE (Curaa *
*-u1M91ef abp~ d~aY
^ Ke#MAN N
S y ULLRCH,
*. -'-- *'" F .
, 4 tG device
aun O Stru (ab.)
4* ~.*J' 1*
" :..,.; ;, ..
_ '- '
O gil m,
By PAYNOR APDDQX
NIA Feedand Mrketo BdMor
usuuatly favorable weather has
brought Arizona and Californiat let-
tuce to market- aheadof time and
in great quan. ,
Iceberg, or crlsphead, lettuce is,
generally eaten niw in salaft and
sandwiches. It is also d cipou
cooked, the way many ,rt8p = ns
prepare H. -.- it
Curried Lic Cat erOlI
(0 to )
Three tablesji butter or mar-
rine, V/4 cup Ia, cup chicken
broth or codsome, cup .milk,
1 cup diced.* elery,, 1 tableipoo
chopped onion (1 small onion), 34
teaspdod ground 'bhlac lieermn
teaspoon nlt, 1 teaspoon aih mug-
at and curry powder, 2 medium-
aedd Jop _eberg lettuce, 9, ne-
Sdium-As apple~Ot cupe buttered
sof bmqad rrumbs, whole- peqap
Melt butter or margarine stir
El flour. GraduaUy add chkken
-both or consomme and miln add
c lery and onlonoa ad c l1
tick. Add seasonings. Ca etue
'to k aqvingie weL3e,: S.'q 1 ,
.. t hcb thck Al ang. ce,
apples and curry sauce is alter-
nating layers in a-quart casseral.
Pour on the saue.. Cover cas4e-
role. Bake 30 mihutie. Remove
cover. Sprle with bread eruml
Garnish wit pecans. Bake a
er 10 minutes.
Iceberg I ee ad
One half pound sausage, 1 cup
soft bread cubew, 2 tablespoons
sausage drippings, 1 quarts
shredded iceberg lettuce, 1 sall
onion, .sliced; one-third cup Undi
luted cream of tomato solp, one-
third Cup water, W teaspoon salt,
pery nd paprike for garnish.
Heat oven to 400 degree F.
(hot). Fry sausage; cut into H-
Ineh, plte Mix bread cubes with
the sausage l drippings and sau-
sage. Arrange alternating layers
of shredded lettuce, slied onion,
and sausag-bread cube mature in
6 It 'aee -role. Combine remain-
ing ?ngredents and pour over cas-
serole. Cover. Bke 20 minutes.
Remove cover. Bake anoer 10
miotes or until .brown. Garnish
with parsley and paprika..
, GRANCOLDMBIANA, .S. A.
Fast Frs eight ee to Colombian Ports
Aceepting General Cargo for
Tummoo. Buenena1reDs. Cartagena, Barranqulla
SAILINGS: IVELT ItITN VAPJ
Wilford r McKay, Inc.
Telephones OdItoi:rt 'm 6o X635
I.. II ;n-
I,,I I -
UNITED FRUIT COMPARE
Great Whi .e
Great WOri teF t
NEW ORLEANS BUVI1E
*S.S. "C ilgHIg B .... ............... ..... .... .
*S.S. "HIBUO A8s .... ......... ...... ....... ,
S.$. O. G. THUIN" .......<........'......... J
*S.S. "YAQUE ........ .........................
*amdus slssm Ch1i"ld am e m agh
NEW YORK SE'VICs
S.S. "CAPE COD" ...... ... .. ............ ..
S.S. "MARNA" .......... ..........*........ ... ...
S.S. "CQPAN" ...... .......... ............,.... 14
m ahI R, .n: f..-.f-
..e e 'I i
To New T rk ............ ........ ., ... I
To Leo Anlel3s lid Sa ne ia e .......... i.
BISTOPAL ml -,. PAAMA 2-.,4 N
| INCO3Po0ATW 3X 0tOAt CHArW
TO COLOMNMA ECUAWOQ, v ERw ANp
HAVANA, AWSAU, BE6RM1IV CORLQA,.
SNANOER APO LAL LIO.
............... ......'.......... li,
M.V. "BIA DTO. PA:X ( sB
.. ". .__.O.. ........ ................ .... I.
iOYAL MAuI L.NS LTD./IL"ND AM RICA lUN
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S.- "LOC, a t ....,......................... .. I
SB LO --- ---- -------
S.S. "DURANGO" ................................ .' 1
M.. "DOMOgPDYT" ...........:............... .. J: 17
SP cD o A. ra ..a
iV 'm 2-l --
! Y 1;.
;_' ullowlng Ordft
S '. '
..sea_~ ,, .
. v pir-a
* . i r
.. a:: .. . B-.-jtS. a?' *'_.
C -.- *..-
,+.,. ..* j
CHRIS WELKIN. P "
401OF THESE WOR
LEM P^-vtOW.- IF 'CAu
.- .1. ., S ,- .
" -' -
C t. A. 4 ''r'
The t telep
'I SIX AND I
-: 'J'^- ^"^ .^LC _
tfWPA SUNNY "
CMQW i r vNt& m do
" .. .
po p -
k *' e1-'
dir t~P~er ''~a ~~
- q;. .-,-
'. ;; : ,*
' :; "^ """ '* "; "* I, '-".
, *.- : c.i - . -i , -
LO. tIlw lm
svn a a*^
I-4 ..0 and .d-.
: T1 :1e -
hl: l1i p.m. an MModay.
i: 8:45 (aft at I Mmm)
I Enu l.
I. ~Y -.
ola and Nm M. M -
P LO. ;a .
t a 4u.
l .end '-i .
i..... ; ijY im.
f^ ..i S ....ig .
I- ., -. "
Ms. am ..".OF
.H Jp .% W ,.'. 00-
b.i ....... ."a. BB
B .. ... b.... i
g I =' "' -p............ *
3... a p .
.j ...... $ ... -
-.- '., .....
:1355 Ur~i .U iI
rL'aaea SiS 35
I -, .
t cr r~l
I '''' ''I
I C. Chevier f t artherwt, Nrw Terk.
SW sEa dagagel aft f their owgbsher, autb Ann,
W toIe. Allau ki,.eH irubl, 'I of Mr and MNe. Marton L.
a8ble ot 1ioa, l ArlI.
Mi Qb1eler. a graduate of St.'Lawrenee Uno ersity. iW
employed- Y ealEt g Libra.r.
Pfe. Stuhl. a gr date of Weslevan University, i' stationed
rtf I. Amaaer .
,.A Faen .iiig s 1M
i 6wu C6ifat DInr
.adMi Mrs. J. L OIt of Ul -Las LU.w tutaod yesterd
Mry. S. Tabor and tfmy Mildalpama.l i Tomu S. Cam,
.l .Mrs. Carl W. Clnton am O, Jr., s at Captxin Thomas
da., a pt was on m U.S.N. ,d Mn. Cam,
gM in honor ea bots daugl~ visiting on the Ihthmua with t
S S Mari -AlSptl Oar, who cel- Prwit for the Chriatts He
rated the fifth dniern ary of days.
hb btrthdae with twenty of her
lmall flriaend.; r idlhinm. n dCa mmerU in
Mr. Aa Mr,. Caavagle
vitations are beiu issued by
tobe iea at i p.m. Janr 2,
at their readeee in hoar. of Dr.
Jean C@alagdo., on' the occasion
of his birthday anniversary.
rr.. A # irS. Cow. intertala
Mr. ani. MI W. H. Cowen of
BWlbra wire hosetf an "open
bou :" given Thurdly ,evening at
thlir-rral~ iee in haoer of their
leave aau b e bo day to
return to the UlitId Sates Naval
Academy in Annapoell. Maryland,
Sere he is a smtudet.
-' *MK HASO Jr' An visiting
in mama. 4tb a parent, Mr.
sad Mrs. Braek Hlt rOf a Golf
Heights, duris.the Chdetmas va-
Lation. He is a adL t., at Duke
University In Duiam, North Car-
boa. glue r, Mr. and 1 George Ofiers fPro !~flheMld
C. CheiUr of Ndrthport. Long To Be otertpiad-
Island, N, .York, h are visit- Colonel Charle G. Mdst, U.S.
Ig thefr daughter Miu Ruth Ann IL. C;, and lAL Me.id ja the Ni.
valer during the Christmas a. Amin o. p*. Rddmah,
B,,,..:,, / w be VS thfr .
Wheir lbome fotr.e ft Mrst. pty
M ry Majorie a- eanne; I. a t a.wn it
mf Coroaul Aer. b.Ot Ch Dopeutl ad
Mr. Beimana lif, ald tie host's .- he l en cl v oci id of
iauphtem, ilwkry Ellsbeth Little He.- Majest Qteeen Elliabeth II.
and Lynn Ceeill Lttle.
Ia 1 And Mrs. Cameren
-rIgtmfr Be: Opv e .
Mr. and Mr. uy CaavajpibO -
"at home" given Chirista eve mIl btdfsaI.pi|P l a it their
at their residence for thiii friend. Quarter Ns a RhodQian
"."," .on ChrIUto.l Bye.
ViMftrs To Arrdive ii y A o tia dW".I .i uht%:were
Amont pua iae od tte Cpa ieetive
trv Soao. tedtofH. 0a dwho are vsi-
SCt1 aboarlIK. S. Cr arbl ton =oa tt'h amnuuntu Jan. 8
are Represeat&M'h. itb h Hils- .
man, iMrL Hotunat ad their o 1oeh, Heon
charen of New Wy ; RepAreitm-
atite lohn J. pey and Mn. tl ie 'Domini
oom andl theI four childftp of n IA Dr. Ru
NwY.ia preentalivip Paul e Ce 0. honor
A. -oao, 'MAt. ,SiaBf 1" a .i tve r .t
ehldrenof New lb*f ThevlMturs Ihe Itea GoU au.btheifn-
Ua to1 pead. a lew dai~ on the jito faTe t
S 'iCrew atVit,
dae bd' Souep W HWl MCa- wlbiftd the Ihj-
ti. dp' a.dn Nav tatlM. a a iwi th sater, Mns.:
Ge 'tl nk d ira. McBrei Mis 'Sirahl pian to return to
SkW "AMt lh". thle C(hbas afrfa New Year's Day
Liltebant chafrl orace O I aad iMi M5telHa will remain in
rt, Coi ander-inC h b i Mbaio fer several weiek.
4.Ok4hii' nminilam u I Mrs. Mc- -
Btt: gr ui~utebg invit U tmis
I.l' Mhap.e" to-b held at Qura
ton r.,o- 1T Ibht t._or lt e:r0
. t *w-.ere hosts for a
and egg:no, party
.. yeveniatit their
r a group of their
. *r_ Mi Te"enag e C lab
. IE Clavton TeeneMe Club
Y"aIss ac a oga.
Other holiday. pliu include a
picnic .L Fort Sle LorCntjo on
Wedneaday. and an opea-bontse .e-
bration at the Te4oe'e Club
Thursday. AU of there rtr.three'
rnMmb'ri are expcld to pir.ri-ii.
pate in Lheae anuirs.
New. of&"; rW
SNewly el, a.or M. or a.,
neaa ttr e toas rM 1M4 in-
Ti E de rma i C. D'd M Oa .
Mrsdhel; Jma A. Maldle., C
t ICef Ce Gard tle; UtDr.
a tCmoain;. Rbot L Stpraw,
Seerfwy- TftMur c: Cfri- If.
Crfby, V acble Jahu
Z. Gror, Orator; V.%W. Zirmig,
|Mardil; -James A, Malje, Cp-
tai- of the Guard; ad Dr. J. T
Mhunt, 'ICh plain ,m
up lo 2000
No. it J IS
will ynfor the Sison on
the rbiatiad welcomes you in
PLAN TO ATTEND
CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS. C. Z.
(Just below the Admiistration Building) g
9:30 a.m.-BIBLE SCHOOL
(Olases. for all ages)
l A.JX ItlI nn DC CA0 Iri 9
V.YJ i~ii~ E ~I U D FU "
:IU. a.M.--- ir FuU DC rUK US
JueoIr Choir... Solo. Mrs Webb Hearne
6:30 p.m.-B.T.U. Training in Christiam. i
7:30 a.m.--"TE ACMEVEMENTS OF HIS
10 OUTLRT-HOXO*7'M Be, W. H. BBMBI, Pat
Everyone Welcme... Nurseries Provided
PA AUTO, S.A
the removal of their Parts aid
Accessories, Royal Tires, Sales
and Showroom, to their new lo-
cation at No. 45, Ave. Jos Fco.
de Ia Ossa (Automobile Row).
Telephone 3-4704 .
"A C P 'LETE LINE OF ORIGINAL
There is a Tawo Battmg far'evqy
Car, TruckL Bus orTraetar
. mr ped *mm teW
Don't w ry about that
ia.y scsuadt, Let it be a
"bleiong in -diuae" i.
sigrnl tQ you o1'ske actioap
amrdo o aeuusoi bouor o h.
alais loyelier,.a'ttu r l a I
4Jrng naew hircolor! 'So .
lOn ,andr4t c o take.
oNier!, P Ii Q Sha1
pao.T' tirnt ctak o
a. wv r 7 t,
'Amn LatiN Ballet Rhythmical
ii ^ .* '
I- "H"? "r
; ... .',,
Cla tee. b ningi new 3 month eourtm
JiM. 4---vey Meaday ad Weduesday 4:3J0 ad 5:M pa.
far business women
JI. 5-Every Tuesday and Tlunrday 9 am.
for home makers.
Tap Acrbstk. o If WA i
T.ues.: 6aThu: jI
** ^ a" yr" .'-|
~ ;c~;i ^^R~B;r^ T- ^E^-+H
tIjy *e* 4.-7, &Lp- 3521
S'' 0 0 ..
!d am.. 0
- il -TA-s..
i. iiy ~7 -;; :., 7
o,' r -.
* '* -'
urm fl rh 'Em ---Y AmLCY-~II LC~iU;t ~!'&U. -
.AG F S u .M .. d ,",,
rAGF. tPII[Izma ramiml lsmimisW- - 1 .m ..VA,"M""W "
_~~~~~~~- ----- `1 T- I
,"' ~ i*11
-'.~~ ~~ Ijr.~~nt~sEal4r
YOU C4N PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERE1W. LCAL TIES IN THE .
.. .' I. -.4- 'S -. .* *> *;*< . Il-'w .-rBf
LEAVE VOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR-. ICE IN 57 '*" STREET, PANAMA
I AA ALL.I Agenela Inti al. Pblimde PMA
Central 4. t 4K, Cfol: ol. .t1
PFHRMACIA EL BATURRO AS FAMACA I t% i I jA(" A
I No' 3 Loite'y Pla Pw Uq W Le A It "se '-'
1 ARMACIA LOMBARDO VICE SE "Sa^?
rni th oft July Ave I Centrl Avr .
FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household At__ _omobiles
FOR SAL7. Innerpring maltrres. Walk feur boksi end i sl m bur-
Gouble bed. plain sprnig iilh Hcl- dried dollar* Buy your eled cars at
Ivwaod legs $35 00. 1553-B, Bol- HASMO S. A. TeL .-3022, Vie
b:.- IspAle 51.
+7- 2+ T,+-- --,--- G ---- .. --+ 4
bR S^ALE -Studo cc-h. uphol New tire special 600 x 16, $14
Serld, coniertble to bed wirhl 670 x 15., 16. Wlh your ol
r- atch.ng crmcho.r. coor giey tie. All ether siam deeticelly re-
Kondohar rug 9 x I dOrk colors I dued. Drive in T.A.T. No. 15
WI .ell ll DOwP GS el ftor $120 L.0.I Automobile low.
I,n good cordir.n Btroor a!. FOR SALE: -- Ddge sedan 1941
-rople,. Co-',,...l r.mer.on .ttle.|l, $0 ii,,0,l 456 Ancon Blvd.
%,ble bea ,,i.rT- rrng maollre'n.. T ,, . 28
r s.eisr ,,ih 3' mirror atlach- . ...-
dj chair of dra.ers, ex.eLlent FOR SALE --Plymouth 1953 under-
:rnai on .2i"'n.10 i.ri roi .Jr., 0 cooled, seat covrs, directional
;rle 110 V ran 515 00. Krb, b,' lioghi' hlute id*eall, 6.000 miles
<.c .acu.In cle ier "ioh .j p,,r. $I.C.1 Apt. 251 C. Dblo Ter-
ien.:es. ler,, Itrie i. Pd $6r' 0 I roiE Cooiozc 8l -2182
Fn.ne 3-3'14 INel C ri,.l.]li OR SALE -19'0 Buick. Super, 4
0, ,er leaving Insti Dif.,. Door Dynaflow,. Excellent condi-
FOR SALE -Leoaing .ouIntr, .-Ilincal 1,ri Call at h,.use 5459, Endilnt
practically new furniture and otherI St. Diablo Phone 2-341 1. Mon-
ierci 2nd sirede. houe 210. Loj, dco aofer 4 p. m.
Cumbre~. Tel '2020_ FOR SALE -1947 Chevrolet Fleet-
FOR SALE-Household furniture, lo% rin, good transportation. House
once. No. 23. 50rh Street Apt. 10 62. Mex.co Avenue, Bella Vista.
F --'SLE -- Leag c---otry- s-elingi Tel 87-2250 during office hours.
FCR SALE .o ing country selling --. .. ..
Cbauttul d.ni.gicoom F'rench sr,eIrOR S0LE ---1947 Chevrolet. 4 door
lirngroom and other furnmiure .dor, in.h rad.o new ring, good
lile new to bo.t bidder. 2nd St tires. 695, 4th of July Avenue
houe 210, Las Cumbres, Tel No. 53 room 6.
020. LOST FOUND
R SALEo-ne 7 c u. ft. 60FOU
Cycle. G. E refrigerator in good
cl G. EP rerigerator n -,od LOST TWO HUNTING DOGS.
;onditiOn. Phone Panama _-'41
or-after otfie hOurs. Ponoma. 3.1 Kibbc Black -white. black-tar,
4211N. McJer Re.ard. Phone Balboa 3214
.....- LOST --Glas,'a in case on bus Re-
i I ward. Hou No. 11, 2nd St., Perry
Minority Report hf _e
SEWA RD-F-a the raetuir i ti ncl sei
n Dse p end otfm prepare itolihinedo in
ft MPW Is purrse lot on Chlitrltme Night Il
SC40sh Street.e Blle Vtoi.. Retain
kl a tonhle red will be appllcril. Allne Greono.
it oel rlpne Panama 3-5252.
nat Con s ided Wednes- teep
PANIAUJ OM, Korea. Dec. -h Position Offered
'(UP -'The Neutral Nations R ...R..-
atriatlio n Commision held a' XECUTIVE ACCOUNTANT:- B'-
ll a-hour meeting today to co'lt igual. age 36, eighteen years ex-
S fder anidorlty report by Sw(.1 peerice in general ogC9.unting, of-
iwLas dwias delegsies on thi ipc moriagement. fiianciol re-
rwOnr CXplani4lUQ IS&Ue. ports preparation; hondlmog of in.
The '.'.o delejarrf ret l" ier.:clrr.por accounts belfeen USA
Tihursda3 to sign a 40-page ''-j and Latin Amer;con subsidiaries.
port ao the breakdown of "copue! Sie.s challenging opportunity wit
Oes" t nrerivews but were BV.'- American firr t IMoally or foreign.
Mund by Poland. Czechoslovakia, Box 1479, Ancon, C Z
"d tji .- I---
Tatjext of the approved re- .a a nal
ponli4al'iot released. butl t wx pII R ud r
televed to be critical of the, I rr1a .---
Udited Nations comm tndd. Ti
ondling. of the controversial ex i -- (onsiw dbe
afinatorii which ended W.dn,.- T
Conmmnisioo members sciQd-l7 Coud Tomlw
Aled another meetingt tomorrCv-
't fni -o. discussion on ;lie TEHERAN Dec 26 (UP) A
lrwiss-. Ttriliah version. Neither special Iranian. military court
dbporta will be made public acln- wll meer tolaorroW to coneld,:r
t4 next week Ithe appeal of former Prem!er
T lhe .m.nority report Is knowviMoohamnrd Moasadegh from his
0 disag',.e with the majortl.y .three.ye.: tenn for treason.
Version In three Communist nt
iShargeafc tainst the United A governqipnt spokesman said
tUona-alieged use o' "agent." I the apecill court would hear the!
within :he stockadea use olf'a0peai lnstead ol the civilian ,u-
*orce ag.-:nst priioners. and ex.- ore-e court, as would be tIna
planatloi methods. case normally.
, ioShtl% before the 90 day InI
iervlew period ended Dec. 23, their Moasmegh and hls formt.r
LItmlunlsu atLempled to *x- chief o stat f Brig.. Taqqu Rlail.
iend it by asking to Interview a- were 'tried b. a military tflhai-
blOmt 2 anti-Communist prisoil- Ina Mossadegh denmorded re-
tbra. The request was turned trial by a civilian court.
Twenty-two America=n who r-- MoIasagh was sentenced to
fused to accept repatriation cr the term in solitary conlineme;at
.atLend Irterviews ate a Chris-. after the court took Mlt aceouit
alu dinner that featured chick- Il n appeal .or cieMell:, by h*ah
m41*kMda.d of turkey. They san.iglohininied Reza Pahlevi. The
192liaunilt songs instead of car- Shah rec-lled Mossadegh'ns e' v-
ice to thL country.
YEARLY CLEARANCE SALE
CIA. CYRNOS, S.A.
S (One Block from Tivoli crossing)
We offer HONEST and REAL
BARGAINS of all Makes and
Visit ruand compare wiih
others before you decide.
CIA. CYRNOS, S.A.
(NASIL .p W YS Itliublstor)
DR. WENDEHAKE. Pnducal Clinic
Central Avenue "K" Street, cor-
ner Telephone 2-3479. Parlama.
Why does "The Lady Want a
Mink' at the Drive-In Theatre?
Begir.nng January ', 1954, KODAK
PANAMA, LTD. *ill open from
8 00 A. M. to 1.00 P. M. on
FOR SALE.-1950 ChePwlet 4-door
$850 00. Cash on the Barrel
head See Marshall, atun Fire
Sidtion Also Misc. household goods.
Real Estate -
FOR SALE--Cholet. and land, 20
frontage, 40 length, fenced $6,-
50C. 'No. 5 "D' street, Lefevre
FUOR SALE: Villa Astrid.
my week-end boao in9 El
V*lle leika a M amliw nd
offerlnr m. owlO pertr,
I am only a "i pao.
ti i worthwhile to aInpeet
It, as price. sitlatlon ad
layout atr really atrtnc-
ive' Herbert Wolff. 5th
Street No. e3, Tel. 3-21#8.
aild As PAisla"
PARIS Dec. 26 (UP) A maU
sorters .,Irlkp Which delayed the
delivery of Christmas cards and
pieseptsl troulbhot Fracee wJ.
extended fnnttely today by
the C6nmunliat-led General Fed-
eration cf Labor.
The wiskout, rcaled to Ispport
demandU for a ..an.ae in'
year-euc; bo_ usi olt was
*b hay al 4 413. pgi st;
day. Tronpers ware alHed out to
replace tot Ii tkira, blt moun -
,talas of udeliv ed hall have
piled up despite their. efforts.
The sttlke of radio and radar
operator.i which has paralyzed
France's big alrpI A alio on-
tinued today despite govern-
ment efforts to settle the dis-
IpuL over 'wirage ltrease.
POstal uthorlities said air maUt
letters add4euaed to the United
States aIe still getting through
despite the twin tieup. U.S.-
bound inel is being Shipped to
tbr lQu rss.ile and -loaded on
The booum dispute is a direct re-
sult of the reemeat which ended
Ihe naionwide postlJ strike last
August. In ending that walkout
lthe government promised each
worker a ywe.aW bonus. Thus
irr, only 12ii fras (534) have
been budgets far each man,
whereas the striker are demand-
ing 20,000 francs ($571 per person.
(Ce,'lau IliM Page 1)
his fingers erossed. "I may not
make as much out of fish as
did out of aurpir, but I'll make
enough." he ay&.
Meanwhile, n his price war to
undersell Br tish producers,
Dawon Is losing money on his
He s building his own S300,000
processing plant at'Grlmnby, set-
ting up his own sales organiza-
tion, will quick-freeze some of
the flth to sell abroad.
"If the trawler owners try to
stop me." he warns, "I'll fly the
fish in from Ireland "
Dawson has gone Into the Ice-
landle fishing business. pretty
He is making a firsthand study
of the best white wines to drink
with fish. compiling a personal
cooker-book of flash recrpes. and
planning an exhibtion of Ice-
landic art iq London.
As a cocRney. Dawson genu-
inelv loves fish. hat-been known
to send his Rolls-Fvce down to
the docks for two fillt of hake
and a bobsworth of chips
Commnmtlnti em the present
'fish" war, te Sunday Times
"This is not, as the Trishmal
said. a private fight. But the po-
liceman is looking the other way;
and a good thing,.too. If the
nrice of fish comes down in the
shops, good luck to it."
Red Court Joils
East GCam .
Party Opposition ,
BERLIh Dec. I (UPI The
newspaper TelegCra mid today a
communist court In Dreden
sentenced seven leaders of th
East German LlirlM Democrati
?arty to term a from a
5 vyers t l ,
of 'hew,.. ;
RoQrs i, Fob SA'
nk-l 3877. CI htwis). -
honf rpilicin. o Ai
Or we corwtkew thlr.
Gromrnich Sonto Clarao lBch cottages,
electric refrigeration, Os sqtbves.
moderate raes. Phone 6-441 erl
Fotew' C tt4 Oin mil palstI
Snnta C rqe tLeso brnlu.vourf
fin'". ^ Jca -I 1
WILLIAMS Santa Clory lch Cot-
taoge. Lag. camtertabe, madrn,
noar bech. BSele 5050 mlpt
Modern 2.\4 and 5 rooa t furished
or unfurnished. Alhambre's Office
8061. 10th Street, Colon. Tel-
ATTENTION I. Just built medmeT
furnished qpOrtnent on, two
bedrooms. hat, coW a eta.. Tel-
eph"rso Panama -4941,
.R RENT:-Furnished par nt,
I. ungroom, dihingrOom, 2 bedroom
gas stove, retrgerator. 43rd. St.
No. 64, Bella st.
lOR RENT: Apartment, porch,
lvlngrrom, two bodrooms, diming-
room, kitchen, bathnrom. 7th St
Parque Lefevre. Telephone 3-4436.
FOR IbNT: -- Medere, rm'~eI
portimentl tIme eJdbllfme two
rin 6ethrfeem, lvi i in-
ilgroom, klthbe. 4sI'e roIm with"
bith, leu4ndry. enm biqi ueewl
bedgem,. *rid elitr r s-. ht
water, rllnH .deh, l Zi;4
kerw ,mkr uii.e, kor i,
FOR RENT: -Apartmnt 2 bedroom:
sittnng, diningroom, kitchen, bsth
Son Francsco. Phone Bolboa 1464.
FOR RENIT:-Conifortable twg bed-
room apa:tment, dnfurnlth. Via
menM, married Ouple I.
children. No. 3 'L" street
"J', facing De -L ose P
above Boyd B/o,, ".
__ Room* |
FOR RENT-Exceptonally beutjiully
furnished bed-Hivingroom to one
or two persons of pood taste,
private bakt, seml-plivate entrorice
directly ot pus stations, best Iblo
Vista section. Tel. 3-063I,- 2-
FOR RENT.-Modern room, pnvM,
furnished, to-Americer couple, W. t
board or without. 32nd. St. No. 1
FOR SALE.-..med.lfI futl
house, t thr ibedns, srvann
quarters, garaa. Colle 3-4219.
MMINNAPOLI, Minn., Dec.
(UP)-The lwnm Solt D tt amnd
Trlbwu today rdtzmed awmb
distribution of Lt M
newspsoper as company bf
drivers ended a six-dy 67tle.
The walkout bad et tIh
paper'a circulation by Piore
500,000; i .
AFL "drivers agree yeederdi
to accept ad reeI t W
ed bv -fe8ra0,oCm 7
Joyce Swan; cqmp W.ay
president ead igeeriai
said the driver
part paly ra.l. Tly
10 cent ap iwl
last Nv,' In g a.
centsI h a, h
The strike halted lS
newastandi and' do
of the Mtar and
on a csh and aCa
newpspLer plut l
the waout. ;
I ~ q4 ll o rc
I -. j-
I ,- ,."T .."A
1_9 #a"... C _..
Sedan, gq d
FrW #tr, .
C IA AA
-~ ,. k -..
-'a .. :Ii bl 14
, I .. e
* ;. I
BRKIU A PRECIADO
7 9few No 1.1
Juiio Arasemain Ave and 33 St
SS teel Ni .
TRE rANAMA AMERICAN .S.-
H StIet No. 57
i i Ii i . I I i I Il~i . rt J ,1 . ,
fore ho q
Ford Tudo, mw
"in.,,. a :S j
Packar S 4*, |
ec.,_oa cddiao., I?.
d y, paidt. t
m -,- -.'
Uuaid By "P
.At# -'1 S'.
,'.l KJto: B, ro i n 1R i '
w ai gls -d
*w 1ay9! AsoWig
sub lb two, -paratn il Nr
I TrHAK hhauo g WIf C tBW Gmaimn Ibaoi g
Ar d l uppro-ghdat-ha orA
Bm i Itr"u ,J-
Sr~ e.-- animy m tl e d o M -0o l. L :
-le Kore.gyyg j,^ an I w,.ve teran r "T b q** t
R l,- t'ra, "J en,' .
At ,l1w traf f. 1cs nad
p AIAna ndcare
ro F. A. l aOl m". ,
dmrp'a^ ^ ca^"""^^ out
I.. .11 T* IMM^ Bae tiEr .Mtii b a Gfwmit boitj, '.'Bisn u --
maom ting "n ub.p.
"Could "I to10031
'-0--e lcle Korean w veteran irn/ Thft Mifogft->Jl, tbo tl"
j e the
iI ,homq e l *! ia w 2W tT* Nl 4^ m_ ..,
I'dI makerBarrfrl! 31t el to
LBhlXto ratin g l r Bid M in i
I VkA LIvf UMKAM W N g* laughea(d at 14Pform-
U '. "' -
* M.'-r ;,r
; -&rq' -
. -TI. N- -.- "
SA S-A U - M ..a;-,,n,* Iam +rC;S;~r an ~0 U Can
.,l -, --t* t. -a .. ". -R .. j.. .
,+, M... ..)
r,, Fir 1, er lt i. psr e3
thwarted an peIttemnpt by
used the holy Christmas cones.
All sional s a ruse.
t4 a, The Rev. Edmund Kramer,
^^,Kll l tdl 8,.,IL rriK
satT_ Mfour prqopers desired hia to
SA N wbSw w c,. 'hear other confemslonsa nd ad- AN CANT
gigi Wa -r t minister holy communion this 8P* C
S' rnin. The life of
SThreew sr lo we"re let "SO THII
ia3W d j .^ i._ r M^ tJl -ietI 'ar coclr by Jaler ul KT t-
wki sand one went nto a con-
S. feasolntal r cer with the pritn't.
.&."I head his ednefsion," thle
Rev. Wtramer saM. "Thmt he
w ar S r p0e h e
.. .16 -left I heard a commotion and
t, 1 a3 ..t -' one of the prisoers mal: 'I.-n
to The Rev. Kramer a ld one ct
A-., .. "the prisoners mnnipulated the
tl ~''~ ~ ^cell door lock In an attempt to
St,' "i Ape ro. oa r Carmpbell ro ner a ha fsl tT s l M
..r pad a The proP sod b e at,,-
litb ox uae y. tar::: :b iat ye:
'Q-:Q _Or shift Warra eo sock s faled 11M
s r eofrnIrkuDieees At Sao bs th e prs om calledfPr eAp
"o for* OlXL e capa andso und ed am alirm
Sa baurss arbout this S mters wi, ,r wect, ip"i,, w.o l ve on Panam, a City. F ,uner.- the fiveprisoners roams ao d-g,
"uo''aiferVi sll be held am.a ter -heatertbe rt' d Sll rac i to
id- pr.se t.oripS. mfr. Epa At AflAN LUX mc tionof-
os on or FREC RADIOS EXCELSIOR 55 ned today, from -hle p acn e *
part cssaew ap t. eweisuridg. The Beat Ph
a to t .wsh bee sASe ullyV 22 to with the caron c made by oJULsolU
S h ppesM 'f e t e seal o on*
fad&-oailu-o f, dd b- 'tteertto s tane-ll.
119 t hiPlan Wtd h Wtlld fl tae body artIyes here. T N out.
.1 f r .With t May. J rI
Uear S M T D A 1 Chiongko i-sheko U i
uAKTIrr wu n t me p Rock H
t4I *, Nhopeiadp arlet d&aey inic W M- d-
f Ihai=mmu*.TheseWslw Disney! C ina During 1954re
Is"*boom& The "' ws m tenE Rev. ramer r lf .to
0.Mtod t oheoNfetlhonuz A-,
At "11ecz qt -t.dp, honed alb Cmln .
..+ : ,.+ ,+ .., ,++ ... .... __.+ __ho ,,.c, .ames a
I/ * *'.. ,* .
mat~ii' k s
'. 1 2t .- '
1 e ' r
tlA .0 oWmaw ortW "a m eht"....
1' A. -
"I w... ,- ....,l
'^r!. ? *. ^ "a dtw b
' '1 .. ...
S.- aw ta
4e .~e,,? SOBa'
.m.. SI b .1
hlanaf, speaking to 1,11
emb a of the amtembly, halle
he gttMrgm 4 a "politicO
Hft~nLBE*dMj4 bftlw dt/
ants af~ npree -ng-
he Mnmbly eIn one- day
teetlng psd a number of res-
lutions. __ .
IISMI... lt l l w cl te al
" Nml~ffi.,t pam 116 M e
k a atB
----- --i .
S IS LOVE"
p Technicolor I
L;N, 1:M4, C:U,. 9: A
The grqatet Asory of I
kb faith and overwto
Ila_ ing specaCl
DRIVE -IN JMAi
UW t -1 n | MONDAYr .I
ng Daring of
lous Ira I
No Man Dared Cross WRia
or His Ouns ghts! -
J 5 M 5 A "'+"
cture of Yearl
c OFr TS
^IT waur j "Renegades e S
CECILIA Do` ,
"THE MASTER OF
* BALLAI'T E*
"PLUNDER o. HEai -,
W"th~ w ,**we
Rita Haywotth. In
Johnny Welsmuler 'In
IVtNGX TarFt Kio
"hUnefaesr Fln JY-r %4
trsnwna Canal theatres
6:S 84: ,
S "tby Tc7 CQ"fNI
..rff||i ONwN W*3bm Puc.. .
. . -
TOY A Y
iAMAM -tPwi L
t'ace' TRACY Jean
D. IrE YEARtS BIG
. MIRACLE MUSCAL I U -L
IDPO MIGUE L 7:
"PICKUP ON SOUTH ST3ET"
43 63. .:3
7rrr, Sflta .ua
m -ml l 1:1 J ^ 41Lm
-a -ili lmiu
mmm 1 ,,0
on RATA54&I I&&.
A 'm .1 _I._ _'__
rYl~ rr c ~ SA~l 41 in
S PAGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AM3iCA4 -- ANM IrDOPptfrt DSAIT ffWSPARp3 ..- .
.- .- S .-. -
Seixas-Hoad, Tra ert Vs. Sports Potpourri
Rosewall Set For Monday VE
United Press Sports Writer
MELBOURNE, Australia, Dec. 26 (UP) sEW YORK. Dec. 26 (UP) -
Sports of all sorts:
America's chances of regaining the Davis Cup rose Maryland's Orange Bowl foot-
today when Wimbledon champion Vic Seixas was chol ea r y huingh out a n
paired with Australia's Lewis Hoad in the challenge of 10 foes this year, expects to
rund beginning Mon have cle.F sailing against Okla-
romid beginning Monday. homa on New Year's .Day if it
can get 'by the second pered
Following the Seixas Hoad will be making their first ap- "without .eing scored on. Terra-
mctch, America's Tony' Trabert pearancz. pin foes scored only 31 points a-
meets Australia's Ken Rosewall. Before the drawings, U.S. ganst 'em and not a one in the
Their iames were drawn oy team Capt. Billy Talbert pre- first, thlid or fourth periods...
Tictorian Gov. Sir Dallas Brooks dieted the Americans would win, Texas Tech in the Gator
and U.6 Ambassador Amos 4 to 1. Bowl against Auburn, is a fast
Pe slee rom the giant Davis Cup "Trabert will win two singles, starter. Red Raiders outscored
now in possession of the Austrai- and a Vic Seixas can win both opponents 120 to 14 in the first
tars. of his singles,' Talbert said. period this season...
Epecta:ors could feel the re- In Wednesday's pairings, Tra- Television Dumont believes 20
liei of tension when Seixas was bert play? Hoad and Seixas meets million arm chair quarterbacks
aired against his tennis "cous- Rosewall will tune in the Detrolt-ClevL-
in." load. land pro footballk,playoffs Suit-
L1ixas game has improved re- Double, s'.eduled Tuesday day with a total of'130 stations
cently ard Hoad never has be n put Seix:*s and Trabert against airing thH event
able to beat him. Both Seixas Rosewall and Hoad unless Ta- Mapes, o f the tars
anr Traeert will be playing in bert and non-playing Australian of the eie shown at Madison
their third Davis Cup competi- Capt. Harry Hopman change Square Garden next month, is
tion wh-'e Hoao and Rosew!l their selections. the son of old-time skating wiz.
ard Evel: n Chandler...
R Rules-makers voted to eli.m-
Inate thE two-platoon system
Rqui Cops 15th In Row last yea because it was so ex-
pensive, and undoubtedly they
In $5 had a p.int. Mississippi, for n-
In UUU,000 Xmas Ciassic stance, awarded 30 varsity foo:-
Sball letters to its one-platoonerr:
o this vear but last season It wis
50 with 28 on the offensive pla-
The Cuadra Mexico's unbeaten length ahead of Riqui; Black toon alone .
two-year-old bay gelding Riqui Sambo was fourth and Golden Baltimore. optimist ic over
yesterday afternoon raced to a Tap fifth, baseball next season, at least
brilliant post-to-post victory for Midway down the backstretch showed uo better than both New
his 15th successive triumph in as Mena called on Rlqul and the York anu Dallas In backing th.t
nanyv starts in the $5,000-added gelding flashed past Baby Rol orphan fro football club known
one-mile Christmas Classic for and quickly opened a three- variously as the New York
the Juan Franco race track's length lead. Golden Tap. under Yanks. Dallas Texans and Bal-
best natives. hard urging by Jose "Paco" Bra- timore (olts. Colts didn't make ,
The son of Supreme Sir-Fair vo, moved after the leaders at any money but nearly brea'ling
Portia received a creditable ride this stage and advanced like a even wito that jinx team is a
from Aurelio Mena as he equal- team alongside entrymate Gold- monumental task...
ed the record number of wins for en Fan in hot pursuit after the When the officials call the
one season which was set by the flying leader. ee
great Duplicity in 1937. Passing the mile post. Riqul aptain..beoregether to Sugar Bowlss the
Riqui's owner, Colon night held a lead of four lengths game t'll b e quite an assem- I
judge and Irish thoroughbred while Golden Tap and Golden bly. Both West Virginia and
importer Oscar Grimaldo, was Fan raced head and head be- Georgia Tech have tri-cap-
wreathed in smiles after the vic- hind him. In the run down the tain
tory as he was congratulated by homestretch, Golden Tap pro- Basebll Writers Assn. appar-
his legion of friends. duced her usual strong finish Bentby Writers As an ppar
Grimalde acquired Riqui ear- and gained steadily but Riqul lyneds haoms hard and fast
ly this year from National As- had somethhintn reserve and rules on what constitutes a rook-
sembly Deputy Beraclio Bar- held on gamely to cro ss the e in the rookie-of-the-year bal-
letta when the latter preferred finish lihe two full lengths to loting. Award went to Jim Od-
to keep La Enea and Fuego the good. iam of tne Dodgers, who figured
ovet the undersized and unim- Sun's Moon, badly outrun in Cardinal Harvey Haddix would
predsiv looking Riqat. All the first three-quarters of the win it. Some voting writers re-
three animals were bred at race, came ui for her usual pottedly thought Haddix wasn't
Barletta's Haras Guarare. strong finish to nip Golden Fan eligible As a rookie because he
Golden Tap went off the mu- for third money two lengths be- was up quite a spell in 1952 and
tuels choice with over$2400 bet hind Golden ap. The others passedh.m up In the balloting.
Sr while R backer ent wound up inthe following or-
h9 off a heavily backed second der: Bl't, ack Sambo.
I3 with over'$1,400 risked on Golde1i S Bab Rol and
A eak it was Bab Ro Biscaya. The latter lost what-
wt the beak t was Baby Rl eod ever chances she may have had
Wvith Golden Fan second. Pass- when she was virtually left at
t the stands the first time a- the start
ud. Baby Roi led by two start.
nGone Riqui paid $5 to win and $8.20
lengths with Golden Fan one in the one-two with Golden Tap
The day's best win dividend
however, was Mufieco's $41.20 in
the second race.
was the day's best rider with
three wins. He piloted Salustio.
Fuego and Rathlln Light ot vic- d
Stoy The dividends .
1-Volador (e 5$6.20, 5.20, $4.
S3-Diana $6.20. 3
SECOND RACE I
1-Mufieco $41.20. $13 40, $6.80.
2-Daniel $4.20, 53.60.
F4rst Double: (Volador (0e-
Dcn s Dilemma M u 3li4THIRD RACE
I-Salustio $5.80, 52.60. S2.20.
ban's poklets had no ilver 2-Sweet Windsor $3, $2.20.
UinlU. l -Double In $2.20.
One Two: (Salustio Sweeti
S Windsor) 20.60.
P so0e LmeNs he was Ipain FOURTH RACE
~e a A Want A be 1-Fuego $6. $4, $2 60.
2-Valaria $3.40. t422.80. 1
eit__ 3-Don Orau $2 80. FASHION tI T Starting aC
oh.. now be' d ted' Ouiniela: (Fuego Valarta) comebao ona 100-city. tour
,_Fbeginning at-MadIson Square
r-' .... FIFTH RACE Garden J~an. ,. Don Budge will
1-Vain Darling $5 40. S2.80 $3. shed the White flannels, in
S$2-C G -Cogio $3.40. $2 60. which he dalbded the Davis
3-Golden Time 32 60
SIXTH RACE Cup, fagahborts. iNEA)
1-Cambist $4. $2 20. 52 20.
2--Piropo II $2.40. $2.20.
S* ,1-Luloso $15.20. ~7 60, $4 60.
- ,a $ 2--T'lama t5, $ 320.
3-New Look .34 S0
Second Double: ICambisI-Lu-
n EIGHTH RACE
i--Proud Pearl $2 60. 52 20. $2.20.
Complete As ertment of 2--Scotch Chum $2.80. $2.40.
OG U3--Tletazo 33.
; DOh SUPPLIES uiniea: (Proud Pearl-Scotch
at Chum) 37.60.
Ath 1-Rioaul $5. 2.20. R2 20
Si 2-Golden Tap 52 20, 52.20
3--un's Moon $2 20.
One-Two: (Riqul-Golden Tap)
SriR Aw-e. TeL -3 1-Rathlin Light $12 20. $3 60.
rt Ave. TeL t3- 2--Vamnpiresa $4 60. 52.60. 3$3.20.
I 3-Patriotlca $3 40. ,
Sedroom, Dining-Room, Living-Room
IMPORTED AND NATIONAL
Onlifinest selected dried mahogany used.
Oeose your own styles and colors
PAYMENT PLAN TO SUIT CUSTOMER
.01 0ttevar Avenue Co6n 40 H
W 4TER CARNIVAL PARTICIPANTS -This a- P of the swimming. p~lclpants of the s
Water Carnival which a l be presented at there: KaQbb Swlmming Pook*'th Monday eve- we
ning at 7:30. The girls will perform in twobdhetr abquences and during their Aot .will receive far,
musical accompaniment from the 71st Army tna r (U.S. Army ph~Ia.hy Wf J. Fedoes
rankee'9 Stryska To
PANAMA PRO LUAGUB season. Victor'tryska will be the
The Standingi Yankees' o, nialt hurler.
An add attactiom for the
EATI- Wor LWst Pet. ladles isthe faet, at there will
ikees........ 4 2 .667 be no-az l charge for the
ibers........ 4 5 .444 beautiful sex. All the ladies at-
wales. ...... 3 4 .429 tending the contest will be guests
TONIGHT'S GAM( (7:30) of the-league.
Brownies (Clark -) vs. Last night 'ti Yankee came
Yankees (Stryska 1-0) up with threat rxims in,the elWht
LAST NIGHT' RESULT
Yankees 8, Bomber 4.
Tonight at the Panama Oly
plc Stadium lefty Vibert Ci
of the Brownies will attempt
turn bDack mthe league leading an 2 as *I ar-A&- .01-
Yankees for the third time this'mel "Pa'tPatrtik forfour .rn QO
United Press Namesi "
Star Graham 'itt "
By EARL WRIGHT' M a n ry W believed was
OUMat lahWWrtqd teo lbe hia tR
NEW YORK, Dec.. 2 (CP)- .- refkdu e 'it IA whoe
Otto Graham, 32-yeae-o0lCkevt- pe' Cen
and Browns passing fAimr 0t tim
was supposed to begin r U te Ise .
his athle agc this e't aer"
sAsuwh no eemly-malre
ay was namru
1953 by the United Pr
Graham madf his e l
campaign as Cleveland'g
back one of his beat and-
26 of the 38 vos cast by l
of sports wrltefr who
Ramne In the gariou letl
Last wet l*-thCeTQtg
eolleetesaf -.1" one -
vgteg, for qaUaek k
195S United .o. *ms
'Player of the r"a
completely tbu thri
men recelvs4 "
ou r G.a~ther Cu
kicks .a field MO if theI
can't oa -tohdpT-.
rourt atw futuq4P
meaon marK o2t
Joe Perym 1-w
tv-Nlmer futll b Vkr w
yards dwor war
Ie Tripp. Osblcap
half ckn, one.
' I~j1 -r
t *tftf 1-
' Op Ose
in the secoa lmi d hit
to an earl 'fnf. Ho.
enbury took -ovW a alt
in trouble'mt of'the w he
the Bombera soorelea fr the r-
malaing eveaiitu to gat
credit for his." st A. "HIo
has, not: bei -Snvolved. in sa
h n a
Sas wu- 1***V
4.of baseball, I
r I&A Toe 1m
Is-yard Fred Harle' j
tin. 17 Ande ran
it-yardas Le irL
cent of JoT Tuer..
a, esily Thgecond ii
S title J. Chae. F. Dul
10t0= 1 T. Wqeb.,
Sbus Curdta,At dn
1 w Pas. and R-U fina,,I
. C+L~ b
.- % -
.Pay 2% mulft Al
[. ,. ' --, I
* .i .
-. :-" ." 5
-I -- '~ -' --~
-"t' .. -,
.- ".. .. "- ", .
, k LI
1 7 -.
; '4 'g *I:t'r
r & U7 A
At BaJMb Stadb
At mI ar
ui, thw lVw=
..... .t .l
.a&t "r i L,
%.4 5 ,.
*- A3 -
o, not out .. .. .. .
'U.;. C ,
*8 : f
aY.. A bra,.
cky Strike Lewter-Lt. Col. Speltz Led
bSb$ 1aa $1,000 Taso Battery Tom
TBl 'Ie" TWOMory n I D. .. -r" -
O kepow $1000.00 in7 4-t. ... ;t
se tad ponsored by Auto W
We-M- a.o O. r l c. I of oMlyl.01. J.S ra c .
S-ag ." rt d o~~,~ ;Q l rat ..w. .... .
m a dor A &I. amer.....
tli irsrt I Stha Cal rWA
72 hole medal play tourbSifnt., .
he, tel tee a Inu to~s 1ntee
he Plr&L.,L. ,..
Ato a o reke e. w..i.t.
...... .. ... J ..... .. .t
tat) of so Caof the Goodyear alrfoam maattnrse in Im
i I Set For Monday a gr iMMMM
_ _. __ lireh CL.tl l ur a ^ ^l
T N .wp. dentloat l W. J. L .....5.. e
to A .Mitteny ....... n
LC..l oI t.
ntru....... . a 7-4 The Pacificle oftb Lea"e h. e. tlkt l 4Brr ...
kterda .. .. .. 45 1i- 5 wil, et under w Man ty. Dof. da te T fp.ot uyS nd e. Mi .. ...
S4- S with Loue nt Mr.Ln ........
.ric. ..,..,.. it4- mousa ftr Iuagn g igunnce Capt. P D. Burli, Hal. K 1. 6. Matho*u.
person .. .; .. 153-1 against big Patro of CAA. umfitga, emd T. J. Helidts . .. . '
P i tr ., .. .. ,. .. 4. l e. Lfh , ,, .L = ,May... -
U QI. m! ,. lom w st u t .9 se at ,t **t; : 2 : 1 (
toI, onthe0Ut te w b16 aa lP grump JL....I
I2 la. e1N .-5 J.he lA v, . .n
.. ..a.e an U, M, = f....... -S-
I i Ifl Wlai 3. Wi ller *n. gA. WL .. La N .
. Ande a r s IT r 3 at M n o r .....
.. ..l& M 718 l The P acific E ,tb 1 02P t C. o. 1. It Cl .
aB ^il, g* i at II WW" b 3t m t l h Ia t......
On tim 1 o ml 3siZ a rja m rr .. to
teaa e a Ce Mpt A. ...... 1
A ra tt l sao aeon and Maj 1 m, t-i aBrber. -
HM5cIT a.tp g88ar o, O ofL.~l.:
81o -lri.. J. i W. me fr A. ILrl, .....
f M arti iO man Is An I. 7I. -
OM| 813 M lt M 4 25 B .. ._.__ ____ ____.... .__ . .. ^ .... _
Hdlmp I SSO at Cal No lI*jU..MfIr.
812* OIZt W 66 4425986. O IL L
r atw ... a ..>
i. .. .. e *..'
amitb .."a. a4 .a6
palate, whisky is not
i k toob f the Im point m a
Sprtdie ,. WMs Horn. Every
a mtehijuflgly sooth, perfe ee1 ad
( Ul # i & ia a wsky r everm cam
edsa4 AI pod dhiu Y m S asm;
postche I mmber is
WH IE HORSE
Aj S aX' Tr N A' J 4 1
i* CbqsYr'A c
iSa ..i_. ...~. C-t.. -:rl
s- i ~. :. r.-.: d
~ i~ r
Let t se pro a Isnow the truth ared the calliatr is safe railAlst
WASHINOTO' Dec 26 (NEA .. .. ..
cTitanlum,' which has been TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, DECEMBER M, UW1 I_ CNT
called the "wonder metal," .s .
now emerging from a Senate in-
vestigaticr. as the "fantastic |
Adequate supplies of, It, are
the key to Whether Russia or
the US. Ary L s Curtain On PInsn a
W nIII, Definse epartmernt TRW
ofics admit. .. Ket
etlsa e cent lighter than -e
Sezi6.6ly resistant .o heat ant! I
:l fFor Combatting GermWar-ra t
c~apd On. But only a trickle of
*Wit OO tonasper year is be-
nrg produced today, wberebs By DO'JGLAS LARSEN happen or be needed several days pervdial lf the itese Jrneg
plaS makers say they--al.bu...i0Iina mmIndvance. using operacili i.
eit.us 250,00 tons annual WASHINGTON, Dt.36s(NEA) T d ei ntr *te Gand rodent cent dkf
flt re av lable. The U. S. Arm has develoedretroscfvity f lse gent --
UultftSty over an adequate an elaborate plan for the defense Irarmnr w ies sin Mus- might make them dagersm il b the event of actdI Nrl m at-
sutu7 .8a yof titanium ls-sod of American troops against, pos. either for the usr r or a adja- Lack on troops the imm te de- JAU (NEA) A
to have ttlled scores of n ,v sible girm warfare. e m ct friendly persomL" fense would. be very ar to n kl o
d ne of uper fast planes, nid In anticpatei that enemy germ The exlosive munition shull Is that prepald e for g a.inew kla. -Ihis ta
S the driaingweapons will be primarily direct ed t not considered a very iatltfaetory Protective clothing, mak and place here I Sern Aa-
oboardis at inducing respiratory diseases in means of delivering gere. "The shelters will be provide. In ad- ks,
iTb& Atjm's need. for titan- .the men. greater the explosive forew wbich edition, the book uys, "I aid It's a crimble- for the green
i ua Is seend only to that of Secondary targets will be meat- BIOLOGICAl Wsfa is required to rupture nbmmi-. should linclade extra care of cuts gold" thtt will~ om a from the l
I t A irFores. producing anin.als and all plant tion, the finer the disperrbn of the and abrasions and food and water millions of tail hemlock and chips .
Ordnance experts say thit tl- foods in an effort to starve the agent; but also thi. result is great- should be used only from approv- spruce trees dotting the moun-
taniun.a rlt be used in just a- country to its knees. er destruction of the agent by beat, ed military sources." tatlts that slope to the Pacitle
iout eve*y lrge piece of equip.I Spray tanks on aircraft and aer- pressure, and th. toxic ga ses Ocean. b
-nt which' the Armi has. It ial bombs are considered the most simultaneously produced," th e The Army has decided that of Xn
,n b ',sed -tomiakertm an l likely means of delivery, although manual explains. germs are ,ecially well suited PFor the firat time in Its 56- me S
otr an*on upto 4 p it e defenses are planned b or germs for enemy smatage, he manual year-old history, Alaka has an dnM
I o ~sr eoni, utio40ger,4.' r sent by rockets missiles and ar- Other limitations on germ we- says: industrial boom wander way aod co
tli .um io .its btse has alg oy tillery andinortar shells., pons are sad'to bediflculty of the basis of it, tlnber, This U.
hslmI "he 81 mmb. r ar R i Intensive .study oBr d fc n s e-s n, ..... I storage, danger of trans polr on, "The greatest effect from sabo- timber cumea. foil f he ongas
etoUed te 81 mmnrt-m ora of against 'possible biological war- n o. the natural or acquired immunity tage would be on production and National Y rest whih contains whl
Soman to a e-ma n wtep fare, which have-been carried on miucm df the persons under attack, and on morale of an inadequately in- one-, vent, nth mman tree
on, for example. sed in artll by the Air Force and Navy with the, availability of vaccies and formed population. It a good all th United
a h.a t could, add 34 per cent the Army since Wortd War II, antibiotics. sabotage weapon because of the ." :" ij S
to their range. have led to the conclusion that the uing the manual in loge its secur. ease of 'manlftature in small ..t ... t err- ,l
leanus o01 .tbitaium's resist- primary uses by the enemy of ity, long with a mass of other. ederm i *. ef e a trol quantitle, ease of sonmealmentn to, Ey's fir plyood ii opened 'r
anee to corrosion, Navy ships germs will be against the civilian previously resrn ed information, would plrobiM y prvept lrge- possible dlsg .. ai legitmate r p $ ml e r pillan
biit with. the.metal would never population. is because of its civil defense in scale epidbmles,' tle rual laborator-- ptedure and sacep-here. A $4 mill-p,
aed iaint nor have to be moth- portance. elams.- tibility ao-rut of eatpy into the Wi be In operation near Xetl-
lee The Army experts believe that ,Te Army Chemical Carp has target (tbht fs, foodstuffs, bever, = next summer.
. .. tactical biological warfare, alone, 'Restricted" was the lowest see- been giver over-all res phtlity ages, drugs, cosmetied, forced. air Old sourddughs In this land,
liutsaiu. exde, as plment, tt roop, re wei -nt be de. urily classification after "onfti- for carrying out details f defense ventilation systems and sub- Iopoe known only for.its .gold
- already wirdeLy used in house ive. dea al,' "scre. and "top e-. against irsm weapon. attae. Of- ways)," aidiaon and tal, niow, talk x--
Slint sd women's make- This inermatin Is revealed for ret," in that order. In ellninat- flesh and a non-co i trained in the It is-Ipelted ttli*the releaseeof citedly aoout ptlp miii, more
Other commercial uses are oe- the first time as a result of the the restricted' clasrsificalon art are now in eveq. Arag unit, this nemal b e pubUe wil aid sawmills, evw m a newsprint plat,
lived alnost unlimited Used White House order eliminating the th White House felt that the de down to the lowest levels. the enaut of the Federal Civi
e PltQl5i mlantd fendeis it c6uld security classification "restricted." a P1ation had been abused and The Army MedleaI Servl e Is De :Agec In educating the All todi, abor bS18
ad ma years: to the normal The acts are contained in anAr- that regulations on the remaining charge with promv ad o'oper- puble o danger worth er ititil- ol *
of m ant ie, my field manual called "Dsee caltegorieb could be observed bet- ating special laboratory I the dr
t could ogretly extend the Against Biological Warfare."' The ter. flel capable of q u5i s of bl
of any product whi must introduction s .tit: evidence fr A.: .Wet, -he bi
Inthstarnd beat. omm to provide infOrmadAi for use in imitation of germs a a tactical defense a lt a th
Interior biological Warfae defense sbfiain. Wapn' $ manual warns e E u errs n
headed by Sen. George W. Mi- ing. It is intended also to serve 'the incubation or lag .rid minamtesme f a very l ta
We (R, Noev.i. i trying to find ide to ll ec s in de- bdiere the aippsearance of d o nP' l yxea n. K e
ItWhy, with the need so great, termin. repnsnblitreys in the symptomsis a dadvta e .era
a itte has been done to in- varos p cases of this field, espe- usual U neither side ai a a importance mut be i a to all
i the supply. cially in connection wlth l4a lev. situation can determine what l phases of unit health, s s as r
i'._"pny has revealed that el relationships.'- ...- N "
officials reported their Up uni new the w" b'i -- a )by I. r At ft,
ltitum need for tanium eer of biological waierm ti" YD
^ffum ;5 a onenof thesod0.- s 88 Disease War On Rabbits i1.1
255 blit that this estimate was guarded areas of secrecy a and thseoS -W
0t4 to 21,000 tons by the Office services. C "
ilsien"e Mobilization. Part of the reason for permit. 're-G razing Story .. r
pectin t gee her peel down to wo l Upe 0 t0 ?r
i1la Criv Shines Un Its ChHdren -- -.-. a acaie CtE- . e ..;.e
-in"w -- -B By TOM A. CULLEN
S Drivers WII See Them At Night LONDOI, Deo. 26 (NEA) t
S all goes to prove that one man a
S* stew may be. another man's pol-
-'ry WA~ E JONES 1 The big drive got under way Oc . .O.
SNBA Staf Correspondent tober 3C and is to continue through In Aub ala scientists are
February, the four months of poor- congratl g themselve on
SCOLUMBUS, 0., Dec. 26 (NEA) est evening driving visibility. wipig SW' per cent of the
--.t :was twilight. Visibility is al- A few months after Jimmy Jor- rabbit lt with a man-
wi s bad for a motorist at twi- dan's accident, samples of cloth made myxomatoass.
Ildt, and it was particularly bad manufactured by a Minnesota In re the rabbtt
this night, because of the company, which makes red strips diseM~aM a an unexpected
ti' s h rain and murky overcast, for bunper.. arrived at the Co.- apIrB .t re busy trying
Warren Wheelr hardly saw the lumbus Citizen office. They had to stampi
aI9-Iothed boy before be hit him. impregnated the cloth with the As r. ut alors!-the
.- same light r flecting qualities the mIMnulln ofessor who
bumper st.ip.- have. Introduce. efar tram
It looked like the answer to being ap is regarded
Dr. Wheeler's tragic "Why, why aS aim
Poor Pr t ul Amand-
Hurried meetings were held with DP illR trrg to
the Farm Byreau and radio ste- rbblta h
tdon officials. A fast call was put g otukI ofO B
I Id.Ilriro roman, In Win a few of Lb yoitoniIi.s
nezolis i %linnj.ola lning n ow the s blame Ir.,
ManilLtan.uing t'ol and be ptom- b'CerLSe t.po tchap.helar..
ised a epciil i~l h .hipmrn, in i Womnin t iL sealp, be-
ma Ler of ir '- cAu~s h t' ied ,thii olf
The po 'rm ent into high cheap hu'rs..- -i -
H.. e., ter to help save the lives L = t big r. '
of children Lney could never see,
went to work cutting the luminous liplek e cloth into strips, and fixing the ir-
strips in sets of two to pieces of usS Vba
colored cardboard bearing diree- ha.iljoa ligar o
tions for their use anti a traffic rance. r WreP r
safety pledge to be signed by the strewn W .A i
Jordan ras unconscious recipient.
but he recover d, nd
Sn ly to Wheeler's seeing The Boy Scouts have ordered a iI.Ai -- d
It t boy had the best pos. 750 sets to sew on their outer ..Usel0.
bliedi'l care. But, out of a coats. lt
S the pediatrician The Shawnee Civic Association, M 3' -
Sto imbus Citize re- rpresentig threee commurjttes, is rt0b_ .. -
nt the ne of the accident, making a door-to-door canvass of ser S
'g ewen more important its area sellingg parents on the the' *
ne boy. has emerged idea. The Uatholic Parent Teach. control re
why -ouldn't that child er. ..s.swiation is helping distrib- Peratel to chee
,*kn-wearmg some kind of ule the material to parents. The "If t
or I detleation that Would non-Catholic PTA is organizing for ed by iprii s a,-
SOut at night he said. a similar drive. mlatry
at the Citizen. Managing All 1000 of the Citizen's carrier rbla fi .
fl Jim resley and Editor boyq are wearnni, the Nite-Ray Mo ny rb
C. Weaver got to thinking strips, usually; sewn around the bits e.he
eIt that statement, as relayed shoulder seams and sleeves of lysa tlio 'a ._
t by the porter And even- their coats, and otherwise voicing and theyBlM
a campaip got underway the campaign battle cry, "Be Safe blind, O~eT aW I8
t the 0al ton of children -Be Seen." la llii .
.. wn.by motorists because of One woman made rosettes of the Inet ,
visibility. material and sewed them to the ed tl t
shoulders of her daughter's coat. rabbit fWti l
eapliae is sponsored by! A third tied her daughter's pig ful nrat 3'
Citizen, the Farm tails with ribbons made of the m I'n 'Io
Comrpa&es and 'material. .mal
arm While the ieriral is distributed tisaa
i i az t ips 'free in Columbus, a service charge b
nglHd t-s naimens of 15 cents i: made. for a card with
"Ia. 4 J amet eMlie two strips of n.&terial sent to oth. *
cl tng er rts of the state. year
aar, The Citizen reports that 18,000
sets have been distributed thus
mobile far. "Our big job now," Crossley
Sthe says, "is to rake sure parents
case sew the material to their chil
ce dren's clothes. How well they're
And dotaing it should begin to show Ip
:last se1 in child traffic accident fig.
-. u_ -..r.."
eopt, in a
Screen nctor O eorge .Murptly, _i
tPral t of a Holywod o-
m .tt ofwdna te a alm- 1l .,
a told iaws o T
leave lKorea because of the. con- w
trovo stirred up by her bath- S ANONIO, T.
murphy lifted his recall when (P) An ArgentlWl-"
herWM assured Mtl Moore would and son, 't a and 0SA
nol;sear the suit in future pr- hopyid toe ireach Ban
LfoCpl es before troops In KOX- n ther,91 For
re. to psr tte to the
"t sood disk Jockey Johlny er aft. e firt Uni
QOiut, manager of the show, said "in ..-
ber had persuaded Murphy dto r.ing
give Miss MOore anotber chnch .e.2.4 i
,.'jget en official okay' t oGian O~"Tfeft redo-
sti-, *'he will! tay with ;h- 'TewE .r lying. the fii of
show.biL .-.he will.not appear In ngeiA nd the Unlte1j &
t.e thing aUll again." e 1914 model T,. el
tn, sai d MLrphy "miaul- self-st.arter a mdoti
4 -.' oeachilplons of .5 with the or.h M .
=WN -doing .a strip tame,
..r.'*.sy- 4 '.
'r ir ......- -i A ,,.
o suep w2
A" stls;s eh
L; t ir e'
_ I __