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PARIS, Dec. 26 (UP) -
Freneh officials expressed grave
concern today lest the Commu-
nist threat which has divided
Indochina will convert Laos int:
"a new CKorea."
The nench command started
pouring iT airborne aupplles and
It is believed that the French
may try an airborne counter at-
a French Supreme Com-
mandr Uen. Henri Navarre, who
.,pnt to 8Saen from -a top
SM- the North IMtante
at zOrganiation to sa up
the iar, announced the rebels
victory In a communique,
W*Wthi the frapework of re-
rouin, our foa~t, the city of
Stream which the Frenah
poph1Athmjh -deagy had been
ea," the cQvqimult
h telf bn evac-
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dmfae that he can a0 tthe
rebela-4 rve, and deaa
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MOSCOW, Dec. 26 (UP) The Soviet govmu
replied toda to the Western proposal for a fo i
foreign miners' meeting in Berlin but the Run
counter-propsed Jan, 25 as the meeting date.
The Soviet Foreign Ministry delivered the me
to the embassies of the United States, Britain and F
MeanwhHe, Radio Moscow said that sometlh'e
has been added in the Soviet reply to Presidet
hower's atom plan, despite western attempts to "cowa
The bradcast quted a Prav-
da ditornal saying t the So-
viet union while 4k g to Its
plala for "Mtrlt: te atiodal
control over..... probton"
atomic weapon, has come p
with a new ia this tilE-
for- i nteItn l convett
Building in Berlin's wetern
tor to di cus Germaaa im
tion and a statetty
Ing a fve-powr eii
eluding .0So w
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a .. g..o -
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Si*<'f"* ".'*Y^' 1 i "~ -fW
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sib WA thaulaelves,
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Saee the day
Szmwc.. Wsua or/e"se'YiR
mtipefn Io orIl-taland b tWh
onlythso it beatement.
TOdaysx 1 W noiq"e was very,
But-ft was reporof~he Ro"st'
government agie=e t a January
meeting In B rU& proposinui
only tha It bebel~fiee wee&
later .t9a. the weqt powers
Pour were killed and
do" dents through-
of PanamA, po.
occurred in Pant-
m other two in the
nto TomAl Hos-.
g injuries. Ele-
ven- i treated for dog
i .t aths was report-
el y orming when the
tna o Security buUd-
awoke to dbcov-
nt who he had
a t th hdo "to sleep
S % 'parent died In
c said he fbund
ta he was leaving-a
cated at the Cast-
Wid he knew Sn-
Lident so he decid-
A Iet bhome ow.
iong where he, Uv-
L to take the soung
apartment to aeep
In i" f*
The Uvlted Sttef'rfin and
France In S.oi to0 deAN Dec.
8 aboepted a t of
Nov. 26 to hold tbi of
PW0M Mintostts *i -M f. an",
suste4d th. Jan. 4
Us on Dee. S ~ther
tak Betbaer ated ieAh ti dp-
Teade actk and Jerth to
mw the metg.
gTh* wntern uOWe Bin
no I-jbn. I =ti gsted therl
eign mIntaten meet in the w
mer Alled control' Council
Tr "aed Teno
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MEW YORK, Dee. 2 (tP)-A
t"e mtr t Oen HaoM
,as t wh w 3 tenors were
t %pin t elev
S323 singera, In a hurry
their costumes after a
ig In the third act of
ton," aI m into the
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d the car towad the drei
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tl the stars wa
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and p hotel. "Why 4ttaH
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THE OR' DEr BOOK
*!ONG KONG'S TRADE
WITH RED CHINA
I DEFIES UN EMBARGO
'COO 0 is still used to
" speed rm ..i 5.disb. This coolie ByFR SPARKS
Sa shiPn on By FRED SPARKS
O"NbG KONG, Dec. 26 4NEA) The dhinese Communists are now smashing at
SAlrf ityy wth order book something they could never do with a burp gun.
t ^% thd'XIbrean battlefield silent, our allies --almost to a man are flling
Sl over themselves in their desire to do business with Pqiping.
The American position is that any trade with Red China, particularly In mill-
S' Qi Our ships are forbidden to land at Red Chinese ports; U.S. tourists visiting here
Sdr warned by the Consulate against buying as much as a potket-comb imported
li q: .:qy window on the great port of Hong Kong, I can see, among the
ale steamers from min"y tied nations riding at anchor before the
M dei d fa ese mainland ports.
SDurinig the shooting days of From London to Jakarta. "I anticipate that the Chi-
i the Korean War, there were from Singapore to Tokyo. the nese Communists will not only
Plenty of under-the-counter cry is: "Profits before poll- be willing to do business with
dealings with Red China, in tics!" the West but will also want to
strategic materials forbidden Naturally, Hong Kong is the-, do so; politically because Chi-
Sby the UN as wel as non-strat- best place to hear the cry. na won't wahttorel gtoo much
egic materials. on one power, Russia, and
SHOP practicaiy because s wil
GASOLINE not be able to sup aChn
It sits on the edge of huge with all she needs."
Gasoline, for example, is on China like a fly onr an ele- In this cute parag Nth Bir
the UN's forbidden list. phant's back. Alexander neatly proalm a
SChinese fishing junks gassed It isn't a city-it's a shop. It moral reason for the tod
in Hong Kong and sailed to manufactures little and its business he feels is available,
nearby Macao, an easygoing purpose in. .life is to shuttle even though every report
Portuguee colony where about the worla's goods to China. shows Red China moving yet
the only enforced law pre- The West's tiff with China closer to Russia.
vents knife fights in hotel lob-, has been as good for Hong
bles. There the precious petrol Kong's business as leprosy in DROOLNG
was siphoned into Communist a restaurant.
tanks. Somehow Hong Kong-one A look at t business ticker
But while so many boys were part British and 99 parts Chl- shows others 'rolng to make
.being crippled and killed in nese-blkmes the U.S. for its hag whthI:: tace shines:
Korea by Chinese Commu- woes because the U.S. is too Toky iade-Wlth-Chl-
S-nlts, even the trade hungriest hard on potential customer a andi 0-)o- ay-Wlth-Crises''
S merchant (and country) hest- Red China. rally hld... Agreement sign-
Stated to push too far. LO O LE ~ j China with steel
% LONON LINE pipes, n sheets, railroad
LID OFF equipment,. auto parts and
The Governor of this Crown ocean going ships." (All asun
Now the lid is Oft Colony, sir Alexander Orant- gear coulds.Mi d for rather
Even without t e slightest ham, who often goes about in conquest.)
shred of guarantee that aon- a gray top hat as if this were
other grand Chinese attack still the 18th Century of the "Jakarti-A mass movin ment
will pot be launched, the TIN British Raj, plugs the ondod of -ships experenced in ,
anbarg o Is crtimbln like a line that maybe Map nbe ning th r Sd
UgtiweOllt's cam in ore M.r-
another i7to. H ol a o red-
.. .. (cluve muai q.j4
lOa KOING TRAFFIC' s busy, wpth ewveythat f~i small
am tooe e*aa-gia vessels. This Chi eseow oan iteer h
sasan iun a Hlona.Ean steam.er. '.
an Indif a
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,.. "TH E NERADI.EHALMA.N "
I heard it over
inol Kcs. 1230 Kcs.
Rad Ohzunu JMlsra ,ln a. cear.
Ad tr.e final payoff Is this
New York dispatch:
"Chinese bods gain in anti-
cipation of expansion in
Sbo is L dsodd to cot
ight. Tb Semew', b.I ew lsatflsMbi iU aw atergft
whieb canoperate tamr Pt rand aircraft perier.z Beth am
shown in fight over Bell Ireland, will now Into produetio
-- tr Royal RMa.
It H Ipened Wifi
Wright Brotrs f IigI
Today's Official A
"The objects of our invention are first to
provide a s ructure combining lightness,
strength, covenience of construction, and
the esut possible edge resistance; second,
to provides aeans for maintaining o retor-
ing the eq ut lrium of the apparatus; and
third, to provide efficient means Of guiding
the machine in both vertical and horsontal
LONDOW, Dec. 26.-In these words Wilbur and
Orville Wright coined the classic formula for the
design of a successful aircraft.
The 50 years which have passed since .their
frist flight have seen the growth of a Iew science,
i-new industry and a new approach to the arts
of peace and war.
aome unconeeted examples of thoitghtb on 1
progress in thae 50 years are given below.
The Wright her's first historic flight 50 yaru
ago this month took it 10 ft. Into the air at an air
speed of 30-M3 m.ph. Today the offital world's
speed record 753.944 m.p.h. (USA) and the
height tecard 4MU ft. (Britta).
The Wrigst's glU internal oombusloa efto.
built to their e design their owd workshop,
produced 12 hMower. Its tio oo hrrip r
to weight( Il ofl eft olenc) wU 2.
The Martiu's r/wultht ratlo *a JlSe, ana
the trrbopop U tof day weighs OnlyD 0.4 1b.
C ea inruetion
The ea.rrles fr WUSWed sbriw for thi!
to 5/8 Inm
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is parents, -r. sad Mrs. Ster-
or.iS J. Ue.s'.l nd epert from
ne- Remington "!aud, jigged elee-
tm.ic typewriter on a table
to at a g5deree a.gle. gon
hrlS brIt lame his back, be ,an reach" keys
SmS. lb th the 12linch stick.
t tiny eratr. hve d, '.regg also has learned to turn Every month
al w to r rteI t lves. ook a with the rubbertipped E PA
thow@a. the a iE!M thse ck o .Js. mouth. Teahers. -m THE PANAMA
MMa amn o mof *.nes. B nett High Slhool tutor him
rehr to t the aL e dafly. thlBa a other
e fi ad pod the Gregg's answer to id success in
amb d'did o rig- overeemls aI these obrtalesl Is
ml owaer. simple: "I just -*ut r.y mind to it."
BUFFALO, -. (U..)-A game
16 ye r-oi, ouniter, paralyzed
"1 Se rioM. opr plac *lckg
by -O ale,' Tis.
beU hb teeth a gd im his
t--ngu to Sulde it.
,regg war iafllaeted with
Infantile prulyia while a junior
it Porl Waton (LI.) High
School. He wa s to the Uni-
vernlty of tfalto Research Isti-
tute %tR treatment mad doctorss said
he had to perve an "lndeflnite,
term" la an roa~hug.
The plucky younger overcame
t ung by Ieaing the technique
of fro "eruet g. t, cofhciqously
forcing himself o inhale through
his m "jth. However, when h
sle : or eats he must use a rock.
jg be ad and I lung.
The more toutl..:TIW-
Yoa dou't have to
aout it from the W
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advrtl~rL iii our
low cost want-ad
est, most conveni.
eat way to reach
. every week.. ery
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BY SUMNER ALBUM,
-< NEA Staff Correspondent
W YORK -(NEA)- Alt e elboat whistles h!r husband keep
s Catahoula hog dog-glass'- ii about, and first tl s
Sdo-glass- knew she was mLrried and ccp-
leopard-type-is going on the ing house in North Arica, whr
'ad Ben Burman wrote his first novel.
not .e r Not long after that, when tiie3
'ts not her dog, really. Her hus- were traveling down the Missisip-
novelist BenLucien Burman, pi Mrs. Burman got out her skett
it melancholy fame in his pad and drew the river folk her
K after he stumbled across it husband-talked with. Hi publish-
l in the Louisiana swamps, er asked for the sketches, and Al-
t lice Cadfly was the first ice Caddy became part of the fam
n to put a Catahoula hound's ily by-line.
ttit on paper, and by now she.
oubtedly could draw one in her Along with the Catahoula hound
i;APe dog, Mrs. Burman likes best to
.hon. r hsI 'draw any kind of an animal, plus
What has started the hound trav- her husband writes about.
ngwas the fact that it got hung,. Brought up in Canada, where!
th artist sense, on the walls she decided on an art career be-
the Algonquin Hotel, a New cause she admired her grandfath-
York hostelry note for its literary her's water colors, Mrs. Burman
lawd theatrical clientele but not has a shy sense of humor which
Bfesarily for art. sparkles in sketches like the one
," -f. o f the Catahould or the top-hatted
SThiS fall, however, the Algon-,fox she created for "High Water at
.'iawas persuaded to lend its lob- Catfish Bend," a children's book
*4walls to its first art exhibit, a her husband did last year.
-Me-)woman show by Mrs. Burman
orhich also marked the debut of "I'm anxious to do another chil-
-lusband's newest book, "The dren's book she says. "But I
or,.Lives of Munday Tolliver," wouldn't want to stop roaming."
i'ee'ef the big literary hits of the While her husband is writing a
vEpmr."' book, Mrs. Burman thinks about
Sthe illustration she'll do. "It takes
me two months to get in the mood,
t then a month to do them," she ex-
," But she takes sketch notes, just
J as her husband writes down back-
ground material.- Nobody along the
river or in the Cumberland Hills
ihad ever minded this until last
S election day in Manchester, Ky.,
SI when she was odgigng around the
Town square wii 'her pad and pen-
Cataboula hound dog.
A hill woman, in town tod vote,
Thie fact that all the work in rushed to the mayor to tethim
'. Bur.nan's show was taken there was "a Russian spy the
icmillustrations she has dove for square,' going around taking peo-
'*.*fr husband's books since the days pie's pictures." -
%' "Steamboat Round the Bend" -It is doubtful whether the"'Cat-
d "Blow for Landing" is no ahoula hound dog would interest
"f're literary coincidence, the Russians much, but' it is.now
Sd starting to tour the country as an
-n Burmans have been a writ. art show, along with the rousta-
Iii I, whi
I" I-cents 1
r tlei Cad
tend to t
i F giv
Slew ime pension
Corduaro f flaked ebuti
e ". ..
OP W owl, :il~~~
Corduroy is a newcomer to winter vacation clothes Tapered In .shirnlbri 'Mtd'i tg Oed.
slacks in fine pinwale corduroy (left) have the new lanterA pul yellow. PrlH qllteid altd eMrdnrAj
leg that's a change from the usual straight line. Emerald 'reea done in briht m mshM, hWe worim w
pants are worn with leaf print blouse in cotton. Jamaica 6rts linen blenw foe rettue eetatiM. Thi
teenter) have sides inset with shirred pufflng. There's a watch* lighter weight that is p etle as w
r team almost sincee bwuts, darties, steamboats ana
en she had to lend Ben hit) people that were on exhibit in EY GAILE DUGS, mates and cool enough for warm circle the' wait, allowed by half nes, to. als)sb fet'4
for carfare to get up- New York With 'ihemAraak the NEA lWoman's Editor climates, circles down theskirt that lan sp.ed lo ay
Greenwich Village to manuscript of 'Th~'_iw .u s of creti e h. dee alttr
t'd sold his first big- Munday Tolliver." NEWYORK -(NEA-- A new- The prints look s west and cpgns eB .
dy was goigt story. Win m ere :alltd out, C y-Bur- comer to the resort scene is, cor. freshest on sparkling white duroy q ta t raher m
dy was going strong n man poled out ~ duroy, both printed and plta. Col. Irounqs. Prits -may be latge or the elastic :jiAm, X j li.,1A
doing magazine covers "rWe 0 'j creating a *FEW Ir
d oing magazine covers We oa,"o a,.. ors are bright or pastel, with the small, splashy or stereo. An creating
illustrations. But she boat, sai print theme carried In basic in addition to the flora th a
th music of the steam- of whistles A.t M. shade for ensemble effects. mbre srpes h f New tbtec.s, f NiA* w
hade for ensemble effect. s, and foulard prints lrk Ide-rest l$ l tf
Finer and lhter weight is a in eartes. The firle
imports~fhalg Fae new ct r Inist e, looks Ieh~ j l fO'" D
S duroys. Ts gh e ..Ig some Thise a T ieved
.i -,Zoti.nd warm enouu) I small crescent at the top to en-
SorMeWivaes Mst "
For Marriages' Sake [ ar/ VV.'^.^ ..
t tr frm a working wife: "I
come to ferr that my mar-
is on the rocks because my
refuses to let me quit my
'1RTy working was necessary for
I years because I had the
npmnsibihty of helping educate
-son by a former marriage.
or years I have planned to retire
-soon as~ my son was making
own., way, thinking that my
uband:w4hd assume my full sup-
iand je glad to have a fuil-
.oalemaker.- That day has
auuna a ear butu asnce auu
buying a, house. We
J rtn i~r f iy palu, ouru
.d' U.c a usc
io coiuA UjAL wurA
ln lenauan ue lueIa
L"mOlmu te e h wants to
e pc ute u I i tn inac t I
6SaI1 I f dr o wd ob
my A Le t tnofah
husband has made it quite
that he values you more
highly as a wage' earner than a
homemaker. So if you want to
keep your husband, the safest thing
is to keep your job.
Bound To Happen With
So Many Wives Working
That sounds harsh, but it is a
fact you ought to face. It may help
you to know that there are a great
many working wives in your posi-
The day is past when every hus-
band feels it is his responsibility
to support his wife. And the day is
past when every husband would
prefer to have a full time home-
maker to a wife who will not only
cook his meals but add something
to the family income.
There's no ,use in deploring this
state of affairs. It was bound to
come about with so many wives
working. Out of the great numbers
of men married to working wives
there were bound to be some who
would not only get to like the idea
of having their wives bring home
a pay check but also would con-
sider it the wife's duty to do so.
Yot. are evidently married to one
So if you value yourlmarriage,
hold on to your job.
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CHICAGO (U.P e ic edie
ca.terll s eind deatorst :
Adhifor per -nti waf-edmr
IIes tcriaea skae& f scol
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publishers of ti a dance
.srlarals, amda ndueatorn in
wiud~aow Itdias, wa MichiPgan
Onty aiv per ceat ul moere
AtL M per cet wanted more
atracetv .facilitts for peps frc
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snake or a hueadech bl or a
qtart of noams9 Tse are some
of the chdtce.bita of b filched
by thle dtrl i, a banner
year tor o ey lay.
The r.ake a rl-fot Indigo
Job, as sfcpen from the ItataeA
aland, NY., too. he bheadachet
tablet, Jlemt i tr. i, wor th of
otber hadacho tletab wUls Ih
ul= ;Isa ninmle ease thatI
vanish plafa Calif. And U
Sell cue. N.Y., bait dealer wa
the pook flah robbed of 1000
Very terp re. te
Xaltimar. we car- w
mia t aMar alarms; and the
n "g. .'n .
ousenear bIr, V*. :fi," ndI. tievi who
In tbls-a er of apace flight, sto $ worth of boyr sports
1983 saw the it report of e ahirt; each one bearing the
thett of a fying saucer. It hap-s motto. I'm a Little 8ytker."
opned in Nbw York, and not Just -
tat oz In St. LtEis, a hold-up artlht
encounterr# a victim who had
.4. no cash. The angry ba&rdit put
ok the bite on his target anyho:v,
ed mad.n off with his false
Sven churchbe weren't safe. TI
I Juarh M eao, two pickpocketsa
Sla. were a n prayer, and
loot odltt W la2OD y releving the
ITex, mln In In pt them of his
shoe each the aw be-
And, in South Bad, Ind., a in-
lter retired to 0hm. atudy after
~i n rmn to c that tW4 had
S--b hadli had b ,to
i 1V wgw th*e WnnB l?"'
te dOanst pMr,4pd it car
WW ud e st form ew unlucry
-crooFk n' f0. The*rl we the two
do-dolal w htoh a PhUa-
emuR-- a flea rpn? Kon *nd
amnmpe tectlctde at t aem un-
Sf.t;ibad to 1e.
P.o, An lr unm trtod Wor-
-, IH B -,' li&.-_ SrttL.L,_
to the cahier ad, a he
bout to pull hihIr un
trightened and let.
his chane and lort flv
A woman w as arre
shop-liftun In Dallau
lice founa ample evid ed
her person-a.bag ol f ea
bUlolds, rincat, a
two brauaers, fit.
atockfln. a jqof Ge
tube ofltotb put.
paint two lower
packages of seeds. rd
packets of buckshot. Tha
Perhabia t she
and e*fective we
played by cr
wasa that i mtU
a live aiter.
ore o; the "n thty
cabinet c.mpsy ~ t
of tools. Thy
out on UIP eon
lf when he atole I Q
He'd tak a
in is a 3
AaeoorM to a surrve
ry, one of the l
teams taea f cis
Thats why so maayV
even have a fat chance ad
" ana walked oet. Then (
Swas the crook who sethb ii
to on a restaurant. He fIt
a $1.5 meal gave a $2 bIU -
. .I. 'I .. .. '. .
gl ow .-
.. a~k~~~u~a ~ :i~jdi'~3~~;;h,: lop'.~
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1- 1. a I
.I-A L.-. &L
Ct, l'ji Mr.
n were Mr. san Mrs.
I itl i l B ir hour.
-..- M at_. ;ue t his
Bjayed th *gtive by' .
asmbe a r o a Is =1 t a
Christ-as D. *
sThe mo o t i a-
ear .S"^ .i ea e:
Their. Wvid fho i whool
#wlfrj-ntMe o^Bim hrist
7biA4P*94 were Mr. mad Mrs.
k Bf Mrs. M. a *liter,
- .: .
L J .LUK
*^ *s -*"
It. Xt N. Scott and Jean,
wi ST sylhmir r ,
L their t lfort C aristu h bee
Tht Afternoon they
Christmas at Coco Solo. l .' luantss
and Mrs. ader saled today for ed him io their
N w Yo. They will visit in Nor- dry clothes and
folk, Lieutenant S ouder W We Mot iin
go, to Wyoming and olorado to hm a
see h parents. Ris next to"r of lad I k En-, one o
duty wibe at Pen ola, Florida. sherme
u ma ad Mrs. Mtle Three days later Ohn
VIltIN Gat= reached oaatbo
Itand, Mrs. James Mi- and the ilot wasU h
Cly rti nt Coc "Goethols" aL d Army oiers. BWtl
are thrae bous uetsd d Mr. adgate the fishermen m
Mrs. theYoia. TheycGn Gam. as a gft. A aMe t was
lU M, t Mley Lieutenant i Sode ad bere ti he am .s
Charles MeGinn graduatpd l n the J. Creham." a
oJune Cas from West P t, and After the war, the
ULeutgnant cGinn is spending the plied to the U. L
f.red $7.o. e ..t
ped htto Fort William D. Davis money.
ufoi punty. But things aren't so
thedtym now, eand they
Cadat Fab eis e y. The person d a
VitBl Peat re vstigated their NLi,
Cae Midsaman. John Fabmes- ofa th eirs r tolM I
teek is spending the holidays withnoad be found. la why
ks part Cauee i d Mrs. would le iMathew a J.
John FThaem tok f Margarit speak up. rt a
'John Irhahntoek, of Margariti apeak up. ,*
AGU NI E .
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERE TS LOCAI li"
t S &tt 1,5,, 4*" 1
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR
7 Street No. 8I
Justo Aroiemene Ave and 33 51
B Street No 26
Central Avei 10
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Na 3 Lottery PIa
rourth of July Ave.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No 57
FOR SALE FOR SALE
BRR SALE -Stud.o couch. uphcls. Walk four blocks end save one hun-
Stred, convertible to bed wv.t dried dollars. Buy your ued cOre at
'- o thing armchair co'or gres HASMO S. A. Tel. s3-022, Vie
Knandahar rug 9 x 15. dark colors Espenlo 51.
Wil sell above a- et for 120 001' Nw tire special. 600 z 16. 514
SAll in good condition. Bedroom c t. 6S70 15. 516. With your old
rr.aple. Colonial Amercan stl ire. All other sizes drastically re-
double bed. nnersor.ng mottress. duced. Drive in to T.A.T. No. 25
dresser *ith I x 3 irnor attach- Automobile Row.
ad. chers ot drcers. excellent --
conndnon 520000 Emerson Jr. 6(.IFOR SALE Dodge sedan 1941
Y.c ycl 110 V ton S.15 00. Kbv 6C 5CO2S' Houe 456 Ancon Blvd
't clr e.acuun- creiner vith appur- T I 2. 122.
tens-ces. %r, I.rrle usedl S60CO FOP SALE -1947 Chevrolet Fieet-
*hone 3-?.'- 1 Ne ri Cri.abol b i.e. good transportation House
-vner IeaVrrg Isthmus_ 2. Mex.co Avenue. Bello e\ista.
rw--n 7ei 87-2250 d ring office hours.
F6R SALE-Houehold rntu. lof L-T u o uN
,.ii No 23. 5C'th Srreer Aol 10 LOST & FOUND
FOR SALE -Leo.,-.g country selling REWARD:-For the return oflicenses
beaur.ful diningroom French tvle and other papers contained in a
I mqroent and other furniture
ke rngroom and other urnd r purse lost on' Christmas Night *n
e new o best b.dder. 2nd St 40th Street. Bells Vistu. Return
house 210. Los Cumbresr Tel will be appreciated. Anne Greene.
104. telephone Pnamnr 3-5252.
Fr SALE -One 7 cu. ft 60 Position Offered
i-le G. E relrraator in aocd
t AGENTS QR v'l 1 T t
Paq Lue Lt
Mlo __ 41 .
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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic
Central Avenue "K" Street, cor-
ner. Telephone 2-3479. Panama.
Beginning January I, 1954, KODAK
PANAMA. LTD. will open from
8 00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. on
FOR SALE -1950 Chevrolet 4-door
$850 CO. Cash on the Barrel
head See Marshall, Gatun Fire
Station. Also Misc. household goods
FOR SALE.-Boxer Pups, AKC reg-
istered. 3 months old. Excellent
with children, see them at La Cho-
zo. 5007 Via AAnngo. 500 feel
post rood to Panama Viejo, tel-
ephone Panama 3-5371 or Bal-
FOR SALE .
FOR SALE:-Chalet and land, 20
frontage. 40 length, fenced. $6.-
500. No. 5 "D" street. Lefevre
.ror.aor.on Phone Panoma'o -284 EECUTIV EACCOUNTANT:- Prk.
1, C'ter office hOur", Panama. 3-
7 ier o('ce hour, Panoma.3- gual. age 36. eighteen years ex
_____________ Derience in general accounting, of-
tice manogefment, financial re-
1 *'. "ll ~parr s prepa(ra hon ha ndling of in .I f I I p' U W
Hlc itues Of trcompony accounts between USA dlai t1 t
anrJ Latin Arrercon subsoiares. I 81 '
o lsur l "rom P-"e 1 S) teee% chcllening ODportumi with %* j
, o-tainud from Page 1) Ame,,an firm loca'i-, or toreiOn. C-__l_ i Llu
0s Hbe esid they only have ha!! E, 1r479. Ancen. C 2.
hour foe ranch. "
"We'lL ye to take it upw. W 4 Ded WASHINGTON,1De ~6 (UP)-
soiulne, 'a purse mused. 4 Dead 100U ur The Democrats at.ead U their
Sd (Coti .nu .d ... 11 attack today on % Wadministra-
Edploycs around the dcub- ( Contnelrd f tr i Wtion'. so-oalled hck campaign
houd, moay of whom h'" P t. a nthe town win quloj aOv~al of the
.wcrlormore-than "eI'PPIbt rco Ducasa. 0,. t -the town
wcr~ed dspre or morethan -r," o El Cocal, Lras loli3 -stalled Euiean Army
ye ar e.t de9pnndent althiov- '. Jose A. MartsinM 7. was. run P1A-
one lpal oshe would pray ti over and killed by a truck on Ben. GOy OUIetta. (D-la.) as-
help ome form came. The the Central Highway near Las "ailed Secretar'y.. 8t ate John
majority of the workers the.e uias. Aot6n. Foster Dullea for bluntly warn-
were doDly surprised with th Ing Europe that the United
ann Ncd shut-down n view of Near Toluca. Mexco., 23 per- States will reappraise its foreign
the l totly relnoYiatlonl to se lost their nd 20 i policy if thetproject ,1 alraU-
e |M aounter..(,zn 'unff i- others were iuul le fled soon. ,
ial claimed'eore than whkih started B t, 'see no Jubtifleta"'what-
UO ln ut into te.remode,- mas when a ig ever," he said. "for 'Aot the
Ing a rt few months ago.) united ChristmaM tiess. promise or threat of trne ing
"40 From Chlcago V a. o .ie- or. withholding foreign aid as a
A mer remarkle "This ed that since I w. as eldb held over the heads of our
bu must have been amor- Eve, a United P lIrvey ihow- allies to ompel approval of an
tize many years, since it ed 276 highway ths 31 per- enmnclaae o .onley.'
as to lon ago.' urel It sons dead In ft nd a oer O. le t said that as far asthe
can .that much ol an expdne 31 in miscellaneo sha S. -ty is rne
*n ienn' a total of 338. ue to Vard A-
o a Callforai n led in n ni i'S and ls of
S~a lf trafft. deaths w h e tVbr natl i.U1In-
Phe -. jH1A W" '0 N- 6j
a mr c tok W t ..
b OAMr tkar AM= lp
toge. LOragt r.
near beach. ibooa 050 es ept
Pkilli. Ocenside ottaogw Santo
Clera. Box 435, Salbe. hftme
Nitm- 3-1877. CKNlm 0t 8-673.
FOR RENT .
ALHAMBRA APARI MNTS
Modem 2. 4 cnd 5 rooms, fUrpIlheF
or unfurnished.- Alhambrs Office
8061.' 10t Street, COlon. Tel-
ATTINTION G. 1. Just built modern
furnished apartment. ,ankt-to
bedrooms. hot. cold water. Tel-
ephone Parnma 3.4941.
FOR RENT.-Apartment 2 peloom,
sitting, diningroom, kitchen, bath.
San Francisco. Phone BalbpO 1464.
FOR RENT.--Comfortable two bed-
room apartment, dnfdrnished Via
Espana 2020 El Carmen.
FOR RENT.-Small furn shad aprt-
ment, married couple without
children. No. 3 "L' stret Apr.
"J", facing De LsseueO Perque
above Boyd Bros.
FOR RENT-Exceptionplly beautifully
furnished bed-llvingroom to one
or two persons of good teste,
private bak, semi-private-.entrance
directly at bus station., best Bello
Vista section. Tel. 3-0631' 2-
The Carteis need a or .2'droom
furnished apartment. or house tn
Bella Vista or, comporabla.sectlor
Jantory Ist. Plea bet itipnlable.
SExclent references. Phone, -
4740 Monday night. .
Slowed Nhw York wikj K- ing factors in.voting for foreign .
ls. 16: o, 15; 1ll5nI ,nd aid in the next Congres.* e el C
1Pennvylvania, 14 each: Viria. Earlier this we ea~ another Snail erveS
M FRIENDS 1'7' Kentucky, Michigan and ranking Democrat, aw. John .
S"P.t Virginia. 12 each. Sparkman (Ala.i. sharply critt- |
S --- cized the administration for Essential
SHORTS tending to put all Its chips on
S* / n I the European defense communi- .
.. / ty plan when other alternatives rOIrm purpose
S .-, mi ht be workable.
'Thol dest Baptist church in thI olth Sparkman and Oillette AS. tJGTON (U.P.) TheM
a lion % s funded by Roger Wil- are Influential members of the lowly ni lys an important rote
/Si \ 1n Pro" lence. R.I.. in 1638 Serate Foreign Relations Com- in m' a nithe balance, oft t
\ \ congr sation now occupies amittee and Imnortant voices In ture by ro cing the 'iackbaae
SI.:ng built in 1775. party decisions on foreign af-of agricture" lime.
i edwood Library in Newport. I -. .ccumulate lime I. W T
a e' I, the nationr nldoest Ilbrar' Observers believe their state- shelb and at the end.a the.
SIouslv operated in thesame ments were not merely isolatedlive distribute it ovr wide I
1 ;ru. :mrs hppcns that V n I operate in the samelconiments but art of a dellber- i mollusks of rand aid
,=" f los e tt a la.,. ni. The primate library waslate attack on Dulles' shock tac- l water have ben found
p I. alo. rt a Ifac in- b t in 1747. I tlc .i d a reminder that the.ad- centrations of 2,I,Wt4p te
p .. :i-hu.t, a tamliar faca in ,- min. t.atinn had better not accounting for a deposit of aR
bti- .i h en that happens-head. iThere are 130 credit unions in count on Democratic support on aBpcoundsof lime p
to afr ulone erson or a' e, .t s t tu 1 2 o ma ort n o lime. .
or er lone person or Kentucky. "ith assets totaling 12. all the foreign policy Issues comn-
sm.U prr,up and introduce your- 623000, according to the state de- Ing up in Congress. Sntid S for all their
lol p rtmeat of banking. -__eandp antm flaWL
mwb ih better than let- The mosi productive fluorspar An RtD~oii i Proud du e .i
ancient a'l it tpoud of its age and -
is pli.nniclr I i program to sow NOthin liNe .'
aD te \orne C U ura i ab AnnaDoolisA Iylands ceapitae soc i
EARLY CLEARANCE SALE I 6 A Good Rake
it'ni!id States- 'val Academy A Good Roke
son institution. regarded by natives
S. rel tively sidern since it is T Catch B
Of rrere 108 years d. The cit i TIt ch-B) s
aIs 304 ye rs oi11. .. ,
A" R BELLE PRAEIBIAl. e.P
during the fall and winter v. Fishing s A o odlaA
S or -re uided on walking tour lake on P j F "thyttf
r r ouqh tUe brick oa\ ed street. literally r aketi o im
J ;oides point ou historic sites tn according to ir.
D of A .Se0ti ersi1e. State House, St. Johr 's Coll
Anne'p Church a well eas I said se saw a d
SI Georgiap house.. some of whi in the watr near shaor
frn ren' the tourist. proacbed to sta two fish
S" The tours- are arranged on .- Im up a s ray. '
*at I---t by Historie Annapolis. Inc.. a
SIE~ciety devoted to preserving t e Mrs. Frey grabbed a
an iou;ties of the town. a a swipe dti t a& t
C r. A r uM l C A G- rge ch-ua, executive seere-bas, s.ehWensk hMl I
SL ry of the Zs has announla Me was t O rhO
1 S.A.-j* W V ee plans o .-q s Set ours nrvimt .Oer. .. .,u,
sp-ing. BegininU March 25, pri-
S ('Oie Bl iO f rom 'ivoli cross g) ely owned homes wl
be open to for a wer"
m in eome .t of the founrdfiQ
.offer HONEST and REAL of Maryland a in In. 13 RCO
Bof "-all Mak -nd TBillioa f Strs ar
o,. iM &.YWoy
Models. Aru ai .l
WAsMloGTT t(U.P.) Thre
Visit us and compare with lm, -ir "r dj%
a' '-rs" ina e R Wev qrsi
tIwsr before yo decide. i,,e'orC t Dr R- ate' t
SCan-b. U'a:: .t
umbe is rUTy to
otASr Xt3n; tan ai
a. r' ?q* *'5 c 'te1CSi reif
--."*ASH mdfrtLLYSI stribt tor) "tlved 1 '. '* the av.
tiwp a s many u mitk,.-
'" was OR" thought
Sd. gSeda, buy.
1950 Ford ,*, u.a
e Ft g y 9.
194 Packard Sedan,
M48 Nash Sedan,
good tires top shape.
, -.t .
0 v ., m t I,
1946 Hudson Coupe,-
at r gift. Free
-. tires dt.,.it 4 ...
* wt0 -A
U t* I'
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,- for 12 words
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W. I m '.
f ~IrW *'=** ** **S' i'
a Ie 'llter.ity," James .at be one; blinded his best sergeant,. dn w he
powerBt prisewanimgg iqv.iend wi-. fring with him. er up for.lim. 1."
hat create a semap tan For this, l given The Trent- on Peui ar bor 6s til
hasd. a sa ; .en&...a.steady n d : b cd e
d de n the a n of render to The eatmnt aro be.vn a
Theater on thlikrsday. the reluctant admiration of the p.rts. Lancalter, who till
bst- l e ier' aiM msabe company's tfor sergeant, played wy *b was more than a:UN
B'B^ ^ actrs *re qac fa sta- Lancaster. Himself a professional star with his solid
cst the lBtt soldier ae d willing to live "Come a a tte '
asterras ; wtith Use thhes' 8 live understands portedly Iafp th elemil a
i t De- it. The a,"eant'si1kin or the man a hols
Err as Karen;- Prak 'Si a ndomitable courage of the young personal csis. CHft,
Sl!das Magglu ad Drl Aeed soldier cares aver.. Into his Pown tive. stubborn young s
SIree Lit affair wfth the captain's un- fights against ..ae
As no vel, a, eln c saa f a hap ,y wife, sweaterlad Deborah m' t, is said to be -
es -.ass sPearl arer t prtes Kerr., hel i to transform it from Miss Kerr, advance repoas *
Ae ae3 e5- -.-- their JUvW loves the unthlknv and casual thing comes up with a change
Tnd fi r enr idet -' real: urpxsefl rem: athoff amor
ia r "U' lnRIDeeatI 'a'nw n hiede:'d ly ts a Hnolulu al club sources as an actretl
pro-M.Mger. ~d whose hpsim.fero up .'_ "r own- lint
Sal nIent ie tn lf-ourlg,, ur include, n entaglmentit beat pamnt"as tb
ab0talty.love. an Army 30-yerli an. uber r afggio; he
st, b re. I n Here A.o teranlty, The constant goadin to which h-ile! as sensational in
I i~hevash Lw N 5tr' w. WU.e C0W, a young soldier bwo loves he is subject finally orees Clift "From Here to
S a s S s 9n rtt. aWho star witt MAte- the Armt, transfers to an inta- to turn ahis tormentors: he partly filmed on locati
s~ll4 11 e iin mpLny's st, s n, p lyed N .- Siswas ore,
. try ut ts ta ed at Schofield whips oe to esimlf in a brutal fit *a. Ape r t
l the sinh stil (f th t6a e o erensl Barracks I to Ihalu. Although a fight. Sill w iohen ly ive anger st *' lanluarks asn l
Stwo te a Jm bt r wi. tough and ab soldier. Cift. has and little as he ha so long held rocks the Royal Haw
s remeted and independent down, e th goes hunting for Wai ukd Beach.o
S re a ti i nd streak in him. thae sa s senr at ofa mulary and Beach Dilas.e "os
the t l | w join th o team by of his ei the U iable.P.t
gle aere of is command offie hopes, Mr cl y F aer.ank Sinatr Daniel Tar ad h
a i rna v there, to cdaa nce own car- g the fnan in .another all- screen play, b.e I
.a 0 d Sw er by produc c a cham lonsh out i hap Cy ift minds sanctuary with el, which was direct
S & Jose Ferrer to head up it fall a
0Wo hie In apl -^-erd Hy ,,. oug nd or tsiss, ilsis isL hs "l-- toottfns e rioa e. alpl castove taon Rod l
She I vt h n an te-tirae," I which n hada Broad-
Stre in s t t ii.rr s ~cas s.eetaD
Ean Ihe visi so @ werrun about aeven years ago.
SilyhtessinaHonoluweeks at the Csociante, ub sources as an ae
~ ~~~wb Howarut action ard whose plans for 3,2. ar own fu-t arent role. Saa
1,'1M,"t""1 In "rm tte .... X ee ,7 clnstaI' Tt din totop price, which is $12 which ",s1un-A,1
I Rllwood 5bl dah the regular Broftaadwai h price.
uhsh time ts e ae fe I6.35 for the
.~'to dd rb sre re i. h, ito sL pelond wekm the e et gross
Idas a s srsiren. No ln a the Catet for ak of on-
i woS arews wt th'ls werei permte independentdrtail ttt -ti m fic, ballet, op-
a *51 a him. t sti ,s Ii, and ae was not even sri ad d,
+'--"-" -- ---'- W o G f 0/ f lioQg W ^Ih
acn wed to q to BEO, ab' st* r agaln C ved himself tod'
hasthethenafm-,e, l uw-,erelu d we t dh he I sked to she n tok the deat Uos d i "
7ta* "T he main reaso hOfelkonw for wec h d onth
lt owa tho groe thanteet eth showbt aet
an! e itaedknofa arts," t. JhaeMIow with inadeathe roiehbearais
Siaandn er all- sem eni nay, b;an e o jl-
sW. Ervatoj .Sown. tnfcar oyersM Pg rstr
W ehanIt 1e.Is a'Iuc 1 liii ^edhieH, proved to beaten nhe- .
. ... .' '0 0 o er by plu a Stl.mpl ou sn s.f ht, W( elas 'l t | was dire t
..UI..wist1 p bte maqie In herde afrstn tbe
I ,1'I tL st vt the th c id d t e
n 0p.1 Dy .an --,, .t ..q ,l. tpttod week Iare> "The Swo and
"L olt .edatua ther t-rte. 4..har ro.w .brrce)t hieee Cl
ld~d"i""d18 -L-- t7 N siren Nhreeo a4t fod-me oIte-
mlo bLaua. vecry IndCanada.
rviow t too dites. rrr a wen't A-LO HTS. 2:30 6:15- ..In n lEeO MIGtoL
l, and he ton" Broadway thisOW an al e waA .dn Pers
wd O Ggil gALdP"" NuEW t -YORKet U. P;)v-ThseBCty
a o a el hde's a asrick in hol he
ae d s S nb u ooseas astag 41 "GIVi A IriL AND BREAK"
ONE a reasg The eIFitrrertoeay between twh n o
-1Z-t unUtid t.. .pr Ts c to. Jberp adrreh
u m ddgotw t ver leat oer the latter' '
Stoas o tiwi tha re vval ofCr a cIa de .
aaf.ta a." w= aboutien 'she e to wil YsYlequt rehearsago.
%abe haW ito w e ks THE YEAR_ BIG w at
f, innf tt ....IP. .., eterprsa. MIRA CLE MUSICA L!
w"Venus* a Cle Hodge beat-
tsea r-b. -a Rl stiar lhewar ,be known as0 soue
-th 'w_ ld lbla e.ls. 'u I SI ha er reaIs smloI
suct'meas-w Aof-...ts m5.M3 forlthl
1-e as a esear sirerns Noin
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Class 'A' Mile
Xing's. Prize, Scythia,
Valley River, Amorio Duel
A wide open one mile $1,000 Class "A" race will
feature this afternoon's program at the Juan Franco race
track. Four well-matched horses will vie for the major
. share of the purse.
S..'morio, under 115 pounds and EIGHTH RACE
SJockeyVictor Ord6noez; Valleyl I-Avenue Road $8, S6.60. $3.60.
River, 118 pounds and Jose Rey- 2-True Blue $7.20, $3.20.
a es; Scythia. 110 pounds and Ro- 3-Csa Buena $2.40.
lando L6pez Gil; and Kin's Quinlela: (Avenue Road-True
ei Prize 126 pounds and Jose "Pa- Blue, 531.40.
co" Bravo, will line up in that
order in the tenth and last race NINTH RACE
on the program.-Novno
'Valley River scored a thrilling l-Noveno 3.80. 82.20.
,eto y over the Prize and Amo- 2-Follow Me II $2.40
the last time they met. Amo- One-Two: (Noveno-Follow Me
de i n second place after II) $10.20.
9far behind the field all
to the homestretch The TETNTH RACE
ancee should enhance hisI 1-Chingri $10.60, $8.40.
s consderably today. 2-Jaqulmazo 5.40.
's Prize was third a half- -- -
1ngth behind Amorio after bat-
nfor the lead with Chingrl. Todarl'3
SIlorera and Valley paver nTo a -_
Scythia will be getting her
Iuffest test to date. This will be
tial appearance against aces
I Ys rday the Stud Uzza's
Chnprl raced to a three- Ist Race "F" Natives-6! Fgs.
p psosat-to-~p05o Victory In Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 12:45
t.`'tUred flSO Class "B" mile First Race of the Dbuble
'aito. ^ Jaqulmaso was second 1-Volador C. Ruls 115
i.olUho t and Goyonder came 2-Regia A. Mena 110
up inthe final quarter to take 3-Don Pitin M. Ycaza 98x
the short end of theo urse. 4-Villarreal A. Gonbslez 97x
CardisngtCi teen fws a close 5-Tuira E. Ortega 106x
third for three-quarters the dia- 6-Daniel R. L. 108
tance, but faltered badly In the 7-Golden Bound V. Irown 103x
stretch and -wormd uP a poor
.1tendegwa made up plenty 2nd Race "G" NatAves 7 Fgs.
found in the run down the Purse 5275.00 Pol Closes 1:15
stretch and around the Second Race of the Dowble
to the-homeetretch but fal- 1-Cosa Linda A. Gontlez 103x
prq9duee his -usal closing 2-Rloar AUMesa 114
3-Propo J. GO6gora 107x
l, outsider In the 4--Malaya P. Hidalo 105
e-rttened $19.20 to win 5-Manolete 0. Oraell 118
.itO'A ce. Virgllio Castllo 6-Maril M. Ycaza 97x
e. wi ner. I 7-Tap Lady V. Brown 103x
day's best win dividend
rio's $16.60 In the sev- 3rd Race "D" Natives 6,4 Fgs.
SCatillo and Fortuna- Purse $300.00 Pool Closes 1:45
allt, Jr. shared top saddle One-Two
fnb"t with two victories each. 1-Valaria C. Rula 118
-, T dividends: 2-Don Orau E. Alfaro 112x
FIRST RACE 3-Souvenir V. Brown 97x
thrsa Matru $4. $2.60, $2.20. 4-Fllon J. O6ngora 103x
a P ite. $420k$2.20. 5-Yoslpongo A. Mena 110
SECOND RACE th Race "H" Natives 41i Fgs.
1--incerldad J. Reyes 115
0 ; u-Ma-tru- --Cu1r&ndcero A. Mena R 103x
1 8-Plel ela .
,ot FtutAnkIe ?.) -
J ., I 513th R ace "A" natives 1 Mle
S il WA Puarse 5375.00 Pool Clomae 2:11
id $ .4. l-Slxaola Prescdt 10
2Dada P. V. ird a 2
MayoK 3-MOranero a 1
. (IMSa- Col$rs ) 4-Goldien Tap V. BAros 8x
S. 5--MJ GBoddeas PhO s
St. "AC9 6-Borisca V. L. Gil 1107
toI: ene-Ros- 7-Hreano J. Brvo 118.
i lth Race "r" -lImported-" F,
SPurse $400.00 Peodl Cls 3405
.i 0fC2. Secod. Rat e of the Double
S1-S. WCainelr I A. MeVna. 108
la UA 2-Mr. Foot F. Erdalgez 120
'AC 3-Oranero J. OChurtega
( $0 4-Golden Tap V. BArowp 98x
masteT a ,$j23.40. 5-Bedlam J. Phillps 110
plo a1.6f. 6-Corista V. Castllo 115
S e: tlee-Ros- 7-Hurlecano J. Bravo 118
*8-Nue Look V. Ordlgoe 116
-Pavero A. VAsuen 118
17th Race "B" Imported- l/G Fs.
Pure $400.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1-8. Windsor A. Visquez 18
2-Albeit V. Ord6fiez 120
3-Double In V. Ortega 116
4-Legal Frolic E. Alfaro 115x
5- Lady Martha J Bravo 110
16-(Paques F. Hidalgo 106
7-iMimo A. Mena 110
*A gWKoN T.4 with
tkt 5iauMr 15thb hole of the
1u1&ki ptecourse captured
"Ir Msi O Here.
d. t ** of steady
pb OIiSr which hais to do
ralit vitorsy. W(,A) ,
8th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs.!
Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 4:401
1-In Time A. Mena 118
2-Scotch Chum V.Castillo 11~
3-Petit Pols O. Graell 11
4-Bolo Joan J. Chinm '""
5-Choice Brand G. Cruz "''
--Salustlo V. Ord6fez I'"
7-Toletazo F. Rose 11"
8-Firenze G. SBnchez IO"
9--Ms Fairfax R. L. Gil 10i
10-Amer. Maid F. Hidalgo 108
9th Race "D" Imnorted 7 Fr-
Purse $600.00 Pool Closes 5:15,
1-Luloso V. Ord6dfez 115
2-Vain Darling M. Ycaza 107X
3-Ch Prince J. Reves 114
4-D. Millionaire J. Bravo 115
5-Turf Lodge A. Vasquez 116 I
6---Discovery J G6ngora 107x
7-Piropo II V. Castillo 118
leth Race "A" Im erted 7 Fgr.
Parse Sl,41F .00-Peol Closes 5:40
1-Amorio V. Ord6fez 115
2-Valley River J. Reyes 118
3--cvthla R. L. Oil 11
4--King's Prize J. Bravo 126
1th tbace UD" lImerted 7 Fp.
I -Cambist J. Bravo 118
?-Newbridge J. PhllH s 110
3-Klosco A. Visaues lt1
4-My Dear F. Hidalto 1fl3r
I A-vmniresa J. Chuna InaM
6-Patriotica C. Ruis 110
Juan Francn T;ps
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LUCKY STRIKE COL MRSAER Defending Panama Qpen
cbhmplon.Ro1orto DeVic aso of Argentina Is ehown talking to
Geotge Makib n (rtght). amistant manager of the North Amer-
!can Tobacco Co. The smaws on their faces seem to Indicate
tht DeVlcenzo. is coflde4lt of making It three victories in a
row In the Open.
Grange Story Reveals Colleges
Were Slow To Pick Up Modem T
NEW YORK, Dec. 2'-"M A)-
oethan 500 sports celeres
rom throughout th natn i were
p pointed Into- a ba Iqueroom.
Tere was heavy w_ .c mi.on
Rocky Marciano, famous coach
Brig.-G:a Bob Neyld, Sel m oEste
Kelauver and .
The bIbbl thi ik quieted
down as a. sallsp, uburn-laired
figure oomedan' th dor. Every-
body's glance turned toward Har-
been out of._O Wf .O y 20
years, yet hisW Jrai holds
a magical ataetlar. that has
bridged the time element and
leaves the Galloping Ghost of Il-
linois facing the crowd as though
he'd just come off the field after
scoring five touchdowor against
- N- Dr. Forest C. (Phog)
IS aImniU 'i Kan,as u 'sI..r
.;am at is 31st con ...lce
Ple rin e'u
I jj SS
What is it about Grange. that
makes him a persistent sports le-
gend long after contemporaries
and stars who came later have
faded into yellowed clippigs? He
wasn't and isn't a flambolyatman
by nature. But he has the iantial
poise and dignity of the. t ath
late that attracts a es 'sort
of adulation, the type h.aeion a
Joe DiMaggie a Lou a=Gr or a
Joe Louis. His fame transcends
theirs because in performance he
was even more sensational.'
HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY, The
Red Grange Story (G. P. Putnam's
Sons, $3), weaves a complete pano-
rama of the Wheaton Iceman's ex-
traordinary career, refreshes a few
sidelights that almost skipped out
. The modern T. formation comes
line *n. h
r and IUn-
't as -wo-
fast. But .boY
too._ q". .
Drew was 'ei
They did pracli
Playing undtr J^
perlecede, and I
Node is -
has a chance.
it will be a god.
not a soTmeL
been "M-il t4 -
weak BsfulR" Dnti
11 31, 1
la, 'f '.,
. ..,. C I ZlTO gI- ,,
man-in-motion in 1830 and ref eed
the old power T the Chicago Bears
hbad Ume using by sIalditk his I
ends end spacing his hlDcks qn I
the outside shoulders of the tac.
, astounds is that the col-
4 616i*Ifi i _~^ -- A B__ 10-
oa long rund- .
GRANGRB leu, va- e
sion of the east i his senor
Enwmabered by medlpore
in mud against Penasylvan
proved to Atlantic coast cr
right to his press raves.
Grange, 50 and a Chicago ~in
dance broker, stil lep e t kb
on football. He eqgacts a
tion and answerohunn
Service, is an distdn
sion announcer and .anayst; ,
amazes with his id of
edrange is neceasarily bUOb4l
in his report by innate mdd
buts facts are facts. He gave .
fessional football respectabit ll I M ;
turning to the money gae .
day after his I- st oegia
gagement, played it p
for 10 years.
red Orange's spectacular
formances and tremendos.
clarity built the foundation
tains the game today. -
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Mihbreers With Another t
meled the o aii'with one play,
q- grabbed te-elow decisions.
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SBrowns aren't running, Graham
ill be heaving pases to Dante
SLavelli ap d ar yl wter, who
kaow how to' atch 'ute h
The Browns have ttnedtous Iln-
S ena tite n aMdnotlto battle for
par ceqta tbhj r' swag.
T. s probab4B Is eAutt hlor
three o fi of. *1 4 t* m n.
Savo hav benwithr the olub sone
Slanceptio. Fullbeek Mar-ion
ltley, d wefptie il G eorlge
Young an enter Fran Gatski
are expected to haag up their tack.
ni is Dub Joies; h6 also has'been
Slate money game for eight sea-
eouiw,:9E (eLisa^ ei
i.r oid e.lege try and & lack
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.-Pasr Bobby Lpyne basn't been
rxep the bal 'as meuct tis sea-
son. aybe the toll was too tough.
Layne has not had the extremely
good yeat he enjoyed last season.
He has been erratic.
Doack Walker. on the other hand,
has had a terrific mason. Parker
had full back trouble so switched
Hunchy Hoernschemeyer t h e r e
from halfback. Pat Gedman is an-
other excellent halfback.
Clovee Box, an end. frequently
has been used as an offensive
halfback in place of Gedman. but
always on a wing as a pass re-
ceiver. giving the Lions three
ends. Layne passed to him for 97
yards to break the Green Bay par-
ty wide opea-
against a ground att'
on the 300-ponsd mid
Les Bin4casn. u
.But. as an opponent, the
prefer the Lions to the 'd
Is Angeles Rams. In othel
the Browns rate he I
third best squad n toh
Paul Brown should be
get enough ut f his old
men to handle an outfit a
DAYTONA BBACH, Flt.
-Little Joe Weatherly.
fInk, Va., is the modike
champion of the MatlhaJw
tion for Stack Car i
.-AA tsmse to me s S
SdeefeBen seem to be a
ob Branmua, 18, and Es
s* to stop the professia
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Frecast Forcast Fwcost F reasm POUCTION
UPS AND DOWNS OF CORN CROP-Above Newchart shows
corn crop forecast during the growing season .and the-actual
amount harvested in million bushels from 1TI through 1953.
Production was lowest in 1951. with about O240 mtlUlo bushels
produced. Highest was 1952, with over 3300 inUllon .bushel.
ARM INCOW. STARTS DIP-Above Neu~.har tre frm
* incomef.rom 1941 to the present. After reachingan all-time high
of some $33 billion .n 1951, the income dropped slightly in .the
lloowing years: Despite the drop to an estimated $31 billion for
193, it is still the third largest total in U. S. history, Data from
U. S.' Department of Agriculture.
f ine Travel TeHOUSWD5MOMS
In Model T
ikading For Dallas 'a
fAN ANTONIO, Tex., Dec. 26
S- A '73-year-old Argentine
his son crept along the road
Strel San Antonio to Dallas to-
d In their 1914 Model T Ford
a ourney from their native
d Fernandez, hale and
hKrty despite his age, and his
2"year-old son. Ramon Fernan-
dez, traveled 19.907 miles in 30
months before arriving In the
United States. ... ,,
The pulled into San Antonio
hriF as night after leaving
LUlo at noon. The car was
ptIputting along at 45 miles
Jos FPernndez said the pair
hoped to reach Dallas some time
tomltt. They left San Antonio
at I a.n. and planned to go
From pallas, the two will
travel to Little Rock. Ark., St.
tMo ,Chicago. Detroit and
lgton and will fly back to
a from Washington.
i e older Fernandez said to-
4y!that the car was using "too
4m much gasoline" but would
orrtate the exact amount it
two men are from Contra-
TheW had Jtopped off in Panama
Dfrly en route to the US.
IW est hinrs
t-3I' -Dec. 28 .UP) The
fg Three will ask the
W itae East-West e-
-in erlin for the pro-
Sft'tnce of foreign min-
ersnext month, aspokes-
m Slad the Allies would eek
St tnrfic barriers between
a W t WSBit, restore In-
sWi leophone oommunica-
relax other Comm.c-
S i.i nd meadfle dividing
at Berlin adminlatra-
I the Western gom-
t week to sek n g--
lthe Boits "to re-
SLUP-Urban .bouag con*
tru dropped to ~8,00
During 1953, ae~ording to
received by the U. &
Department of Labor. News-
chbrt shows thousands'rnee w
homes tarted in.montlh Jan-
uary-September, ar'yejrs IM99
to the pres .
Dulles Announces US
Will Retlain Okinawa,
Otler Pacific Isles
WASHINGTON. Dec.26 (UP)-
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles said today the United
States psans to retain control ,of
OKinawa and other key Pacific
island batilons "so long as con-
dition of threat and tension ex-
ist in the Far East."
He made the forCal an-
nouncement as this country re-
turned t: Japan the.Amnami Od-
hirna gro.fp of islands n the ,fy-
uku cha:n. The Oslatma group,
closest to Japan. was restored to
Japanese sovereignty after near-
ly eight years of American occil-
Eventual return of the oy'uka
chain, wrested from the Japan-
ese during America's island-hop-
ping conquest of the Paeflc dur-
ing World War II, wa promised
in the pt ace treaty.
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poynment la lve U. S. e
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million peson working. ''bi
prowtl .coUtiiued until i1i9W
when the qmber decreased,
with many ', w'kers entelng
the anny. J;.62 there were
61.2 mVOin jaDple wo*fg'
and an *tao high i".2
million, il. for 3M3.'
chose to I
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of the op]
But D'jlles aid thi, tert- o
meat believes "it is es to f, m
the success of the cooperative
effort of the free nattae of Asl where
and of the world.-..that th i by th
United Scates continue to ier- some
catetl p'-tsnt puwers ndA risa cctoi
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CONSTRUCTION WORKERS guide a 10-tort disc inib.ietai base plates are set in the first "ROMEOS, ItOMEQS,. where;arethe i miw'?" O er these
i ate In, erecting the skeleton for the 41-story"P, deaetial building in Chicago. About finalists in the annual Juliet ~cntest;iY Vela,: tay, The
91Ob60O 4ns of structural steel will be used "i4 uill.)in the city's newest skyscraper. contest is limited 4 girls with tb;e n'e JlfJ et (liett).
-INCE THE THEATER was born, up-and-coming young performers have
k.7 yearned to surpass the current stars, and lovely Dolores Ritter, ballet-
tap artist, is no exception. Dolores admires movie stars Ann Miller and
Cyd Charisse and some day hopes to replace them. Toward that end, Dolores,
billed as "America's Dancing Beauty," is appearing .in some of the better
night clubs in the United States and Canada-as .well'as on many television
shows. Her graceful numbers, combinebd.with -see e fast swing and blues
routines, have rated her a "solid act" label. from the critics At first, she
specialized in ballot, but when she found tap dancing was more in demand,
she trained long hours until she developed "a fast paced tap." Originally
from Cleveland, Dolores uses her-free tU" to visit localdance schools or
practice on the floor of the night Cl;b, vhere- sle is working. h or is she
neglecting her voice. She's taking singing lessons also, so she will be
ready when the time coIes .for er.to step out into th star spotlight.
TWO LONGOEARED Nubian goats put their heads together to-ee lwho tiey-: use~unm;
before competing in a dairy show in. Lonadon. Z;rgi gtg q *tlla~
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GOING ON LOCATION isn't always as much fun as it'would seem to be for Heili
actors. Although this movie set. locale is actually Sa, VaPle, .-I, it's supoed to be
the Canadian north country. Even so, the company still had to log through snow a ifs.
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ebrate a -And. For joe t a %sof
the Interior4 3mt, for the majority, *rWr.
spent vislt "linds and r 14t iv
dltlonal #mpneach, and exchange of
the Christma tree. jba
It was a time for groups, Organiation armd Inadi.
viduals to donate generously for lss fortunate neigh.
Truckloads of gts.from oCinal aone resident were a
unloaded at various orphanages throughout the ter-
minal cities. Poor children were feted at man poel cJ
,and towns by U.S. enlisted men, wives groi, and IN
Just plain people. be
Canal Zone pole, detectives and aRsapathlsers did OC
their bit for the children of a prisoner who was a-
waiting trial In the U.S. Distarit Court. Everyone was
.filled with the spirit of givinR. Me
President JoeZ A. Rem paten d a *oplmnte t
ietule for the future hin s latt pred cenfaree
S 1953. o
DBeclaring eaphateally that- he wit-et stay
i.n the pr l*ISone e mildast Oafer hs WO t
iffl e is a ls 1'6, CL be maId fW t
ohelp of aa ua god .
Isheoe be a U to se lere
darlang temom ofU the "tr
SRemon signed two Important bills Into 1w the G
'luorninE before his nafeetia with 61 Wpros. fe oWrt. *
.laws a -totalltartaPdoetrfies with p
:of Communism. and the other ealauuwer P
Police to the Natiaal oGuard. i
"'bhe Chief executive also revealed that Pana& ad VI
. U. negotltors d the ..tin .. r
points brought by the Pan
came out during the
ami is askt t htat the ra
,p ruA & Pot other ars" -owned t.
.PanamA territory. *but not actuat
these areas. ar o longer sMM
.the defense of ,the PanamA
tem6n sad .the seuattersn Pnor nl d O ttiU
are "Intruders" andB e e h
been made i. tihe n ttii L .
iThe President se Ee
the marea I y-nwu .a t IT rS
aDA, because the ra
puti the area f
Two'lm ortawouneo eeskn1w ftw n
thie rlosentP aaawnofe( t5
ori meetings iW n t t nousa w a
weeks e nd. o
brnt hla te o aque
tnd 35eu -
_lhey d_ pie .. r .
Other easuaosf ofatm Caw a
as a wet..ea ae -
S operation terebnantob.
closing dawn of the Oubm bMa
'BSen observers felftth Jis t e weeraft t ov
a crabtle curailnut In the Owl psrhrme a
i Is eanod e a bvirom.
!The'Pe1fic: OWagou a
Ahawgu h tie eduCil'oa wu Ight, ciftic 4 C6QW1
*lt they had SM U iBa or p
Itet og of Ia
"The lendingf WI l-U*w mw-am dibi
wcud be dsmEmId on the,
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tiM tlea te works of Witter Bynaer, one *of.-wi' i
SHE SLEPT LIKE A LADY
She alept like a lady:
Her eyes bebi closed,
With her iLps a shade open
And shoulder xpoed;
Too quiet to qIsmtlon,
Too good. to mrest..
And she waked as a lady
Should wake, and waskissed.
When God made Adam and Eve as well,
He made everybody dark and nobody pale.
Cain wa a big man, blue-black,
Blue as the body of a aty ree;
Abel was a youn man, yeo-dark,
Golden dark ia a hoMey-bee.
Calso. Ie Adam. had a bi$ black thigh
And swfmoky shadow down under his h13;
Abelk V, had a. milky eye .
*The loob of a willow then ihe bds come b h
Adam. had taught ( la n aCpthing
As far as anone. ofld see;
But vye taught Abel po, to dance and sing
And how to plaMt bs ground yith a one-two-thret
Cain led hl oxw d w re re J ate
And gave bis otmehw plenty.t 1 .n
And elathebed bear-glMameh e b M cos ta
SAnd got up wit Gabriel earl in the morn.
For Cain he was willing to bwn the earth.
And old Father Adam thought eo too
But bl wa a boy that w1a ty fro0 irt
-- A d~i a e the tngs thaT he wanted to do.
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And WO used to kiss his fingr-tips,
And h played the banjo ai a inute Aoi
And tln w'Aen she ad fa a s B .
He sntal bhthe hlyf Ubat dipptagro fitVoaft,
or wbaood mAde. Adam: and Mre a oS
He miadIYte body hauify ad nobody ie.,
New it me one Sunda at the two s*b&
*We~ WA haellujah or tho a m*rrlr t o
But We febeirdet dK.lfi r _u.
But& n Adoosd where ag a remn e wo
The AbafWd built altoa Ml,^Jdtdw
hAnud twuitu muat nw)J of
Abel's went up and Oatint
porwhiOd made 4W AdgKaAs II;,l
He mlg ,erybody dark noib9g lie.'
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me. tro d4liv h
macy af n to a their u pfa ni p toltan com-
o e ny that all e stod are not maderis e ethe ie would
S ItU aer .tle bet o." all ae under te control f
Sof be Tto d i ud IItaly's air free. Believe it or not,
be nodded nl agreement. oh U.S. Admirals and Army Gen-
problen'". t1atak BIatnik's trip mu:' one day prove erals, maintal that unless their
yt and the al- historic. surplus planes are placed under
to.get tMP dipute the control o Italy s Na-y and
San ake it PELLA RECEIVES Army, they will refuse to make
L And Last month Premier Pella aw ple dvi. to Italy. Apparent
i"a.s Ta lbh- uo many distingushed Amercan Ithe brass hats are not content
A'A I o many distnpin hed Amfereanaref
4M6&., eto mIl stte- visitors that be may have woader- to wage their battles in the Pen-
Sa" ed I be was chief of the Italian or toon now they I are tying to
a s ahe4 "that te United States government, get oux alles into the Bickering.
o..m mIn Washington
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( A from its new system oa charging brand wpw aircraft guo, only to
th to cover administrative cots hr.ve the production contract given
S ts services. The fees range to General tors. Ordnance says
m $25 for registering a shipp .'s such -a secret project that noth-
Shouse flag or funnel mark, to ing can he raid about it. A Ford
S for issuing a customs cartage spo man says his company isn't
inud $106 for a eustomhouse mad anybody over the develop-
e 1ftp hit e labe small. because L
c.aooe now hdil g a customs .Li- ANOTIER GIMMICK
i trucker won't be charged for It. Onl
I J af n1 for tle t S ..
.M. fVI to bUy more oQn from
., WErE ELowRun"? IN! thrufhalri es supports
Ls -wgangs redehe what
10 witd espre rosd e-. an adequate carryover
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Attacking the fort meant dropping down into the dry moat and
then climbing up the steep other side against enemy fire. Picnic part
Next Friday starts a New Year. Ea
year seems important to us and in th
ity we may overlook the accumulate
that are spread before us here on t
of Panama, if we will open our
thoughts to accept them.
Take Fort San Lorenzo. What a stc
time-treasures it records Within itsas
For three and three-quartfer cetit
San Lorenzo: has rolled up 'ilatW0ry
SSpanish and English and Adfericans.
Today it is the oldest fort under
Back in 1575 it was the pride of t
who considered it an integral part
lantic coastal fortifications.
Without cost, residents of the Is
go to this ancient Fort. breathe deo
history, romance, intrigue, savagery,
which permeate every inch of the
From one point, the visitor may loo
the junction of the Chagres Rivei
Atlantic Ocean, to that same spot wl
4 4 .t topher Colombus saw in 1502 on his
age to the New World.
He may recall that when Colombi
to Spain he told of seeing Indians
now Panama, who used nuggets to *
fishing nets! No wonder the Span
.rid gold there was-thouo not
P- rma as in other countries.
... *The river so placidly flowing into
-. ... The W e-w .a eagl eri.(-g a.,
ies use Frt n SPLoresi reularly.
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today has Qftkn been called tthe "R er of Gold'"
and it is claimed itat more M: .traveled over
the Chag'ea t .*. an q at in. ta e world.
Much of the gold fii PeralWas lattdown
the Chagres and then sent to P tObo VY boat.
Pizarro had heard that gold wa plentiful be'-
fore h6e ent to Peritbu t whW: he discovered
turdsy alls. Sewers .au4e of- tt, m *S. 4;lM cause w.
urles,'" 1rt reali*g' that he. had indeed covered the e
under the Dorado this hopes .
.More than Jst tthe -tireialr of Perui traveled
the United the Chagre-there was the-gold output of Mex4~
o10: wfC dr6ppe dbW~n the Paelflb coast anlh,
.thpt;lnlrro ct Pamfaw ia en route"
the SanRish to hpSiW t *,W .
of their At- .
Tht ths4-ers c Am O In Mtty.AMiey brought
thmus may little, bit returaing, & itokk mBifmE In gold ace*
ely diwthe *compaalid t mn.l Th itr time was
nd heroism their artery ot ta M .*. "
se eloquent Th. 6basi undnerN, Boews
Sthe teAthiel Of the t:d, _MtgR ahipr which
k iut upon hastened to bring the gold-eekers, and return.
r with the the gold-laden or heavy-hearted failures to their
btch- Chris- homes.
fefth voy-. Perched atop a ateed.iravln, Pot San Loen"a
was considered a too fortifiattonu of its day. And
us returned .although this may not estoblfltrits excellence
in what is 'in an atomic ae, Fort Sanh lrenzo was sed by.
eight their the United tates Army 30 boh World Wars.
iards came It' is reported -that .the reason Mrga a.
the rate sueded this rt was
so much in that -roofpt %
the Atlantichus. h.
wabe' i'eana '
as later forsoed OI tle Isthmus and the Span-
ish reoccupied hge Fort of San .oreao. _
T'he British under Admiral Edward Vernon
(for whom Mount Vernon was named) later
eaptufed the Ban Lorenao fortress, and here it
was that Oeore Wahington's hal brother.
Laurence Wahlntton, fought.
3ecaue It guarded the entrance to the Cha-
gre., san Iornu o dominated both the defense
'*ad tgtw e commerce de this area.
l.et ri retail that until the completion of the
SPansaa m Uiroad, the Charee was the' most
tmaportaat 'g in'trans-Isthilan transportatiOn.
i And With the railrMad's completion, it stagnated
S rid dropped'from ipablic us..
76ior to. that happeanlf, a famous British
Ste aunhip Aormpany had a egultM port of aell
Sphere under the rows of Fort an torenzo. .
T he _BrtilH,. and some of the ipawsh before
fthem, h Mne thing that ColombuX did not.
.."Wasm Bet the western iaaeMI
to thIMO the target oft all f apiration at
that tm -- .d
-n eseH-et repir, FOt LoIremso' te,
.dingueas'i tesebeuse an pauageway deep
under the ground are Interesting to visitors.
There e some cannon in the ancient battle-
ment.s and It is easy to conjure up a picture of
the dominance these guns had over any ap-
Even today, It would be almost impossible for
any Xroup to cale the walls on the three sides
of the fort it a determined force within opposed
them. Nature made some of the fortifications
here; men cleverly tiled the terrain for the
best poeible additions to its security.
There are luncheon tables here, a water sun-
py. and a couple of Chic ales, an as accomous-
n to the public. The way Ls well-marked from
This military reservation may be reached by
Jerry across the harbor at Cristobal. or by erosr-
nthe loeksllate at Gatun and driving along-
side Canal channel' for about t mles back
to 8berman. Roads are fine. Carry Identifica-
tiom n ese the sentry asks for it
SVtorrs -well mi*ht carry a eamera as well as
a plcne lunch. Both are welcome on a visit to
If thdee Canal Zoaner had bees in Frt San Lere, mebbo
Morgan wouldn't have taken #! Stout would-be defenders are,
Uft to right, BiI Martin, Bobby Crks, Jimmy Albin and
...ey nae sis y w ch ,b ,.ala. e e -.e..,, sofy. .. .
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