The Panama American


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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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34 .5 ,. AVE N E1W YO' iL 17?. N CY

Eft MONTH. IN ADVANCE 70 a*0_ToC t Cost0s5
t wo 0I1X MONlS ,N *rANrE __ _aso0 SO'3 00
POP ONp Yal '0 *OVANCI_. .-n 24 O0
rlrid new idea for achieving
TH E eMe savings in the cost of gov-
? 'nment has excited the Interest
of some of President-elect Elpen- g .
The Mail So is an open forum to. ..adcrs of The Amer- lower's key advisers.
icon. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly conti- They are sain that it mint
dential manner. They are saying that it miiI
dental manner. be Ike's golden chance to deliver
If you contribute a tler, don't be impatient if it docest apres the beis campaolden chance to deliver
* nent day. Lette.s are publishedl m the order received greaterr federal economy. u '
Please try to keep the letters limited to one age uifllng. Estimates of the potential saV- .
Identity of letter, writers as held in strictest confidence Is involved run i onto hundreds,
This newspaper assumes ic responsibility for statements as opinions of millions annually. Perhaps
expressed in letters trom readers ,,ore than a billion.
o T's actuallyva deceptively sim-
NOISEI THE NEIGHBORHOOD ole administrative device used by
I N ractieallv every private business
in the U.S. Every public admin-
Si istration expert who has heard it
Subject: Navy Pohlce S%%abby's) in Cocol has expressed amazement that
S ect:NavyPoh Sabby.ineCocoll bodv hasn't come up wi~th
It you-have ever been by our little town of Cocoli you can see ;ie before for the federal
.hat it looks pretty nice. But looks aren't all. tne plan before for the federal
It used to be a nice little place until the Navy took over. Now i stated, the plan s to
.t is about like living in Russia or some place. give every government super-
If you play your radio too loud I mean just so that you can visrr at every level his own
near it you will have some sailors iSwabbyj Navy Police knock- working budget, with adequate
ing your door down telling you to turn your radio down, and if it in0icement not only to live up
happens again you will have to move out. to it, but to out it. The details
And If you have a pet, why if he makes any noise they will be for working the plan out in l
there again, threatening you. I know of about 5 dogs nice pe;s. prptlice are not ponsiderad
hv just because they barked a little the Swabby's took them out difficult.
and killed them. It sure is inhumcn. At present it is estimated that I
If I was them sailors I wou:tl feel like a heel. only about 5 per cent of the lap-
Another thing is complaints. If a soilder or a civilian makes .)uximately 100,000 supervisors-
a complaint against a sailor or Navy employee, the Navy police tell n federal service who have au-
you there is nothing we can do. but if a sailor makes a complaint theoriown budgetsmoy
against someone wow, they want to throw you out of your or there there i practicats.
quarters. For the rest there is practically
quarter incentive to cut costs. In me-
One more thing I have is speeding. Why Is it that the sailors nv casesntie tre are even rewards
rnd Navy employes are always speeding and nothing happens. ses trv eaeance ven r
The speed limit is fifteen miles an hcur, they sure break it. If Oeof those keenly interested
ar.yobdy else speeds they have had it. I don't think that Cocoli in the ofidea is Skeenly iFrankte Carlsonted
SI don't think that Cocoh in the idea is Sen. Frank Carlson
is a concentration ca -1 so why can't we do something about (R. Kan.). one of Ike's closbst
the situation. adviserss during the campaign,
w-A Disgusted Rho will be chairman of the Lm-
-A Disgusted Resident. ,rtpnt Penate Post Office and
.C .vil Service Committee. He says:
I" "This could be the answer -
if '": the real answer to government
I whirh will give government a
'" ."^^^ ^K economyy. It could be the th!n o mgrt
m Jm, workable substitute for the pro- B RU
fii motive which has made U.S.

thuslasm for the idea incinde
members of the former Hoover LISBON, Portugal. Bunch of us had a few They had pre
C commission a former federal hours ashore in this fine old village, before Gwe from mistreatme
c commission a former federal hours ashore Inahe
S"" budget director and present U.S. pushed off again for the Mediterraneun, d time. They ad.
Civil Service Commission ffi- wound up for a dish of tea at a hotel thathas They ha*, gat
-^C ials. a most Impressive panel in the bar. places, elsewhere.
Father of the idea is John Cra -There wa nod
mer. columnist on federal em- The panel s just a esmple listing of the local minds of thee m
ploye affairs for the Washingtpn who made good. Make. you stopan think Avarice, yet. O
Daily News and other papers. He second, in an age which lredicates 'it strength and Ipp
says: on production, machinery, and the big they bacally ha
"In the last analysis, we'll and perhaps a.
get true economy in govern- I'd like to red Off a few lines, which ought to horizon.
meat only If we make saving make us lss purse-proud, -and considerably less
the day-to-day busnlest of haughty, in our correct piti in history. I think Ui
every o e .l who has the "Gam 1948 -disco way to Ind cautious in
means eveflfl Arve "
get for the it. t le
iput him on Isatb "Andrade al
u an important, ajor part o
his job, just lke it L for e "Joao de ..a
bos,. foreman or supervisor in and '
private Industry. Di You have
.."Such government economy as "C avlha O- young mea
-'jexhts. handed down from above, security,
or from Congress, ends up as This i st a the bra We have
something for every supervisor to Portugat out with a t by step, detail ly
and flock of optimism.
"Inr asking for more money he I know that Il
goes on the theory: 'Maybe I can Everything from Timor to Natal to the tAthe straosphre
Sget It. Maybe I can't. But there's ra to the Cape Verdes aL, to have alle science andvthd s
nothing to lose by trying.' The the sharp navigational eye of the bet the barrier u
government has given him the rovers tha ld world ever produced. eThen we a
power to spend. but no incentive They were a douglty lot, off from home iSaO very few. re
to save." mother on Instinct more thma skill, on feel Ni e lessness with bar
There are other advantages of than science. "' te "
SMRthe plan. It is pointed out that Andt hery opened un the a sll lhat e t t
Sits adoption would have an ex- felt cramped by the s m thnq ail a s 'Actually.
client osycbological effect on contrived, the strife t lft. aiity has with this nIt
MORE ARMOR FOR GI'S-Shown above are front and side views th the taxpayers and federal forced. dreadfully. Te
of the latest addition to plastici-mpregnated armor being used emploves. It would serve notice pedent on )ltoi
i eperimentally i Korea In addition to the ,vest. the Army is that the new administration Is. They were a sinewy, spraddle-legged outfit, ,
now experimenting ith additional sections of material which incerely bent on economy. that stood flatfooted on qu decks that buck.. htinkw at
protect the lowei parts of the body Upper-body armor has already In addition it would provide. ed and pitched like mad a. Th hdad _e Aluu. no
been credited with saving many lives in Korea and the additional the government with something much poere than astar a drift and a agree ~Id l
protection prided by the lower-body armor is expected to further it has never .hd before. That Is rekning to go by in their own locality, i
decrease fatalities. t yardstick for the measurinI of hunch outside it. eonq e Gt
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Answer to Previous Puzzle diedlthe p claim thot there 'ei
Denizens of the Deep = ms o m noting In it w t hleh could
Em 0tA U backfire. They say that the No.
N wt NA! tUCCo 1 goal for supervisors would

mammal 5 Lamprey- A t c The plan would merely add an ..
catcher n A EN IA incentive to do that basic job WINTER SONG It a lstiest Is:
,Keen 6Touch, sight *ua K i 0 In the most economical man- o .tu how.-
RI Bridal path hearing her. Remember how we watched a sleepy silver *g as. gate
12 Mistake 7 Hours lab S A The ulan would require no new Of crescent moon, and huag ou dreams spo o
13 Standards of Operatic solo AL A legislation, accordihi to Cramer. It? Figaet
perfection 9 Was borne o a o C *o w It could be accomplished hv a The stars were mirrored in the darkened, rlve, for tomorrow
IS Within 10 President .i'ole administrative order. The night was UIke a song, a silver asset a a r
14 Meadow (ab.) -7 Always 44 Distant Further, contrary to most big We listened to some Uammuptlm aid Dlodge's W
17 Short jackets 14 Female saint 28 Wander 45 Remove conterriment economy loans, th's Upon our little portable, ass after vote tl t
19 Roman bronze (ab.) 29 Observes 46 Worthless one will not involve costly stud!l' We spoke of Proust and afasad the Dodge- --
20 Female ruff 15 Trespass 31 Occupant table scraps or Brograms to get it under war. And all the world was illac-tiwe and laughter.
21 Aleutian 18 Whirlwind 32 Correlative 48 Smell It is believed that admInistrative
island 21 Mimicker of either 49 Interpret funds already available to the How sweet I was to drift sang aimator 8 Ots

wuhing craft players Arts (ab ) sheepfold propriate any funds to launch it. Of emeh t.merrow panedtogethe.., .
mooroat a 5-24 Beas 42 Lubricant 54 Brazilian Ba e pew

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S1l dion'i think l-nFilanid Il li, as calls to tell her true ll'
(tIri na ,.,ni iie for I'rain to t.* to the fan magazines.
eve .Qinp i1 accr-lt. II I ll, ood **I kept okaying stores, tl '-N
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tall nI' i ltl,-I hack,...uimids-i tha. Vwas getting into," Barba-
indl ca'l. -(Ilors Irom 1-rlance ia ,.ailed. "I suppose I'm greetiv.
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she rnuLhtl ..Ith l, t1ait of Biilie Burke hasn't found a
O .: Kana- ,.,r Alabama I:" her novie buyer for her life sturl.
v-i"e Daun i,.vs "Wh'h a FeatheF on My Nose "
"Fcali I llke be ,,.-' to ilt she's discovered the one Hot-,
t.n1 'ikr ..uri, H'.lli av'l.' alJ Jean I',vood actress who fills the b.:l1
Altlinli if ,i pal' ra.I' .- ,' i t d her perfect counterpart.
t I i \ In" I I'-E .', Amu iC .i
vol. f-and iI care.r- "ill ie ith iShes MGM's Debbie Revniold;
bet, r iOt ,t h!r,. says Billie. "Is perfect She
,-rtainlv reminds me of me I'c,
ROLLS AND TOSSFS 'likt that little thine to play n'e
np the screen I
It : om t, or- a ln, '. r ir -Ile Billie's leaving no stone lln-
nr'-% iepoeris Iho v at h.1 r et 'turned in tryvine to find the ri Aht
rolliL a-it i1. Teo Ta.I Men" ti:dio and producer for her L"o-
and,- Willie .a d Joe BarIL< Up raphy.
Frilt but U-I is putting 'h- --
kini-sh on MNtai Blanchard's M.:- ]' arie Windsor's shooting at
per-sexv bodv movements in the forever-blonde 2oal.
r"h.t Prince uo Bagdad." Not because gentlemen 'refer
S !r. but because with tresses the
i .1.1i. posses.Por of the su m I- r1l]or of corn silk she can p1y\{
irst. s-v itchlie: vIalk since ralue who haven't thoughts of
e't undulated before tire c,-'n- n:urder or blackmail. I
ra'. 14 beinc slo"ea down to n I "T %.ant to play a few nir-,
lev roll; anid tosses In tie film t*,rnin for a change." the tall:
te.-" lauJiclhn-a her' as the IN'' beautyv. now a brunette. waired
I el cirl on the lot n, thle -t of "Trouble Alon_ tihe:
S".',n it's tough for me to huld wv *" But every time a arnd
ark," she said. "I have to lsiff- ,irs\ role comes 'along. it';
an up before I take a step. I just ("Vincsor dya vour hair black
Maturallh walk that way. It's per- aild Pet to work.'"
*et posture and it's not deliber-
'ate. I don't swing my hips. That's
vulgar. I lead with my shoulders FINE MISTAKE
4nd the walk just happens."
-- DELAWARE. 0. (UP) Jov
Meet Hollywood's Star 0o:' a Thompson parked downtown for
Da\-Angela Clarke. a few minutes and returned to
Hand-some Ancela of the ]las- lind a parking ticket which she
ate features was unknown to promptly nai d. On arriving
movie' aoers and even to imrus ,home. she discovered the
Hol! -m od stats until Warners Thompson car already .thpre be-
ltok at her performance in cause her mother had driven it
"Tbh ltracle of Fatima" and away. Joy ha4 mistaken another
Ilave r five-pointed billing with cir of the same model aDt Color
0 11bi Roland, Tor her own.
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P.O. Box No. 1714

Residents of the Canal Zone


It is important that you give consideration to the protection of your
household effects against loss by fire. You can properly and adequately
be insured by

Drop us a Post-Card to Box 5006. Crist6bal. C. Z., or call Phone
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veryR a. mon T rau ,Ao- wtel. .sat 30 6A
t Man "ow I tay-a W ." Neth-South vul.
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4ly VDASS3Xn< IV P"ana I* Pan
it i co n V A.. ...... a..m. SW. Paro
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4olWy ConifunM U Mt ,' 1 h uSm aIrw t Opening lead-4 3
'Holy couon Servic. no frmi bI &8 9Im;
aDON DADB An lid a iy OW* -i"
Holy caropeamlop ... ..A.. a a.m MFrsLIuum. "io Sheio umse av. About half of the Drldde play-
au n U sK O sNtr0 Belae Via. ers mn the "Expert.' Room' al
l cakLt w tuen AVIurB w f ra A,.* Mr,,ld L'ie Regency Club are famous
a~ "el n. o Nis ------ -- rldgeexperta, but the other hall
Kew IA, are iahmous for other reasons. In
SS94;am P OSts, Wsais the case of today's hand. Normt
.arom .Snemon .u a .. was a bridge player and Soutai
n tS t ua.. And Mio war a novelist. This had some-
.,- -thing to do with both the bia-
S u ier.m D oM ea t e ding and the play.
s we 0 1s FORT W North should have bid four
Sou i o .......... **s spades instead of four hearts, or
SIUL *Il % ........., eoan= course, and would have done so'
.sot*IN j .....o...l ti. his partner had been a fellow '
-,.. .G.... .rB1!uhis
2osua ,.! %,, .Mii 8hS oi.5 .............9m expert. But South should have
ijS' 4P nod.=l'A.- b'd four spades lnstepd of five
i w a an d'ron 10:4 Wrsip .0 ...........* diamonds. He shouldn't nai.
it ."f ..4 ...t S y m,a o. .. ............. o. one past the 10-t9'ik level:
WomM' Aux/liarv and TIuidayo t b Si.i*`"AhW ................ I 0 I West opened the three of clubs.
pw a. uo rW a ,t Di. AtIip ........,..... d'ga South won with the ace.
ir uBuA *m c. :*i o -ch iA Sou th now proceeded to tlay the
V t. mAl *.' ""'. ..'., -".airard well enougb--for a writer. shire ..' A ** ,' 'HPe cashed the ,ce of -dlamnoCfs
S .Mr" Enver .. y w1m."iua, ra- N S-4 .. fit 4TION "wiODu "I and ruffed a -diamond In thei
*=., "....-..... =~Ndummy. -
S.5 "m wm..... =. L..W.IiCl1.a. ." :5 .Text he discarded two low din-
S ormu -II n ......... usj m0Onds on the king of clubs arid
N ,iman taireb r.atbho the ace of hearts. He then re- 1
ven L. B Shiriey, A .ehdcoan Ift AIA R 2 turned to his -hand by rufflt, a
Sona ..... 1. Sdew .....::. ...:::::::,w. heart and ruffed his l.nt law
Youth ruiimuoiSo & s6 *0 D urt ,,.ns' diamond in the dummy. Now he
Sn .rS. .bbte ........... had to return to his hbnd with
me S l6 ? al ** ." aU001 Lsnother rutf, which left him
An au4d 41Sur M1.................. : with four trumps and the king
&A IdLA uSundae r................. .. of diamonds.
S.aii e ,URT Ja ................ This would have been all rirht
V.,'.ikuel B. Shirly i ............. th a 3-2 trump break. but t e
Sa.-M te ui e At. su A. 0yzt&.'mi* ic As O i rchial 4-1 break was too mtch'
at !.5 IDW Ax ........ .. .. a tfor declarer. South laid down the
unvA ATIO e.&& 1 ,: kinr of spades and continued
S .. u auI..'AtoN ....... vth another apade. East tnoik
.' '"' spade tric s and mpde de-
U. c 1t lorer ruff. whereupon East uvis
Sk .. U sure of a -third t nimp tr1rk
J ':" .' ". S.. 6"nth couAc not make his kins
S .. ..... 1 If the bridge player and the
Va*al n Jt .rA' novelist had changed seats, "..
S' ...... 11 a.A. bomI zS a0 contract- aight have bepn only
S f.ur spades to begin with. S -
... ...... ePv ven if the contract had been
five soades, the expert would
t s IV'.... .5n* have found his wav home.
S.. ............... i The correct olav. whihr a
.i5 ,Atine Co. m ......... W tankinn bride expert woul- see
kaS,, ol...- ......... a -0 't la t ls Ie. 1" to apsh hoth h' h
VI.AM ....S.Oip"......."...0:' diRmonmds at the verv bennit'i
GS o.o oriinA bucbOa, tIAi BTATI0o ., and. then rvff a diamond w!'ti
3,.M an-.ti a .e S .... tRj n Vce of trumoq. PFoth oro-
98 a $ U5 viu e.' s jV .....3. 4 "' .eec, by dIcn, two dlt--""-i
'IM M oan% on thb e-e of he-ts Prd tb
.go ;. a! .ft S 3r ~.",s-I. .................. a; kin d e h.-a' efter which 1"
aw ..Yomfr nai j i. Sam................... 1r hIsel In n* return hie
a uno 1801 ............... U. M list d nli d to ruff with dum -
A. ? t Pomthi Ih11 eventuoll, =ive un
u....-Woos. :15two spDde rtrlskq. b0t 4-ce are
.mw a ..._........... t:l he 0nly trikts he will lose.
s.e '*al : tf fnal ............. i
w ..............- RUTH MILLETT Says....

Other Chuches A young wife wants the "ia--
11. ." C SSgc o1rmula" wor easy, relaxed,
,.. .?Ando Servfics entertaining. She envies the hos-
*:i.M.- i uiup u4 :1111M teses who seem to entertain
A i..D mO-- Bb ~o a. ~MioW without apparent effort and says
1&6M ,B t1ata she getstot such a lather..
V. m SR V ittlng ready for even a few-
S Ba.uiCDN.ITl = u uC-to.4' co a dinner guests, that she dreads
w se -. Holy o 'A. --1P -1 entertaining. To make matters-
a P ao F aetuo worse, her husband always wants
AWTs Ytuia' Bible Cias 1bwaly ,*.o a.m to have friends to meals, being
5:eo e.m. UPS j .1,-- -. one of those men who Is a hap-
: 0.o L. .smi u..- .enMB D pier host than guest.
w eNNs' sm za Aaemru s UMan u So far as I know there is no
IV.t'"*am JuntMir ".C. t of t Ctubbaa_ *-magic fernula." The know-how
T- '.m. Co-miUa.wl1U r 69.ue .- hasto come first:- and the. seU-
g uAt1U vixau Iw a uMun cuntidence will follow naturally. '
-5tirU. oC.Z ou S 16 u Ii oiUh* I s oo developing the know-how,
we a aecrs ... ." ctudi.bTumi'tsin Is her real problem. Here are
I commiMtl c1nMcN some ways she can go about It.
r 0 calun -. Chaplain RalphC. Wilson Sne should keep her parties
L a.. L ,".Phone...74 small and first. But
-.m ...... .*i. even so, they should be well-
werNiSp ............... :o0o planned, so that everything pon.-
VmWu :m al, .. .M.. sible can be done a day or two
AI& .l, Vvvs IL risej a ,ms el before the party: I
ofaeA& AWOM No It is last-minute rush that
SS.u1m"11%Vu'.. throws most harried hostesses

M- *" ..t.. .,S.m'D 1d=. B t h who dsee to have a le for-
..,.i of ula.""e should pa. careful
a ....... e attentIon to how they manage.
*,si 6 g lm Wohelnever she cts home-
fas .a rom oE of those seemingly "ef-
so, ....."... 'a sn foratless" afr. she should
0100;U1109..... .... wriAe dowS wshatnwas sefled. how
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,i,FOR'\ SA itoidfr 0Doy.. be** uiakaf Oe IUa6r1mnCh $SI 0or. beach.
HodWrits Akalliam Amu.. o- --c0-otrrg_ 'c-e o, sOa. f!e
FOR SALE--Serve refrigerator, 25 FOR SALC -1951 Chevrolet. Power' 2p9 Ance C. Z soyes -m t r o 1Teleptn'1
cycle. Cal Albrook 4197. f G:e. 11.000 miles. Phone Pan- GRND XMAS SALE: All et har- P 1 G S 1 dr M-
SALE -Brond nEw mahc.gany ,- -LE. _1_Py t D ,- join prtles. Fresh stocks PhilippIsn --
leoetand combination. or- FOR SALE.-1948 Plymouth De Le, .n lnsheG nh furniture. PHILkP OePlde Cottages. rho
foam sect. including telephone Tudor Sedan, good ccndation. Co oarge o eagtmi t Chiee novl- Rl court ein Santq Clora with an
Salboa 3079. co Solo 381 or 711. ___ties etc W. t. LUM. L6. 4tl of cionview pg UCoattages. Steps
Jolly- -Av.- Tel. -24. 10 beach. 040 fa. relgroilin.
FOR SALE Zenith radic. dning FOR SALE -New 1952 Ford onl, Jly e. Tel -4. o ei sh. f* bord
chairs, large quartermaste, ic o V i0'.',u mles s.-C over $200. Wart CHRISTMAS Trees, Ornaments. barbe e 317 Suffbo n -rd. P1n-
box, hoamaode icebox suitable tar to buy V,rora. Co:o Solo 8584 Lights. Lowest prices in tcwn. Cia. aea 3 1i77 Morgorta j-1673
deep freeze, heovy-dut or k FOR SALE -Lecing Isthmus soe.r, El Agu l_ S. A. "M Street- N. .
Bench wth vi-e. toaster-hot pllO e tel tl, 1949 Ford Tudor. De Pl gCLINIC HOSPITAL, Dr. 1. A.o K ENT
t combnoticn, Craftsman Ge n CuL- LUe Qir, 572.D. Curundu Hgti Perez. Veteronar Surgeon. VI
tr Housbe 077 ho5-A W b,,or. Tel. 86.-3122. Call after 4 p. m Porras No 42. Tel 3-2113 fflo l
Ploce, Balboa. Telephone Balboo ; .
3 B c eFCR SALE --1948 4 door Chewo'er The management of the ARRAIZO- FR RENT:-Two bedroom chalet
_239. -- Cu. ad. excellent condition NA Bar and Restaurant is pleased with bath, garage, maid's room.
.FOR SALE:-Westmighouse refi13er- H-.ue 2013-B or phone Curunau to announce that tnrcugh the de- Justo roertme1n 18. Tl. 3-o
otor 60 cycle one year old L.:u.- I ..9 mond of Our large clientele we o489 $120118. Tel. 3-
Scromat Vetinghouse 60 cvl 7 will oer day and night service ...
nr.o;-,th o'd., House 84-B Ne- Cre- IFOR SALE -Oldsmobile 41, Hydro- I beginning December 22nd. 48 $l I -
Stcbal. 5, th. Street. _.-a.c ,I Door Sedan. Model 69 -- -"-- I I | f
tcb l.. d. Street.duty p,. good tires. $250 00C, he Xmas & New Year holidays ore -
FOR SALE:-60 cycle Easy Sp.ndrv- Phe Bo4boa 3095. ,h-re. For the be.t in covered bat-
wa:hing machine, $150.00L --- --n. beltls eye ets. rrall, large for
cycle, 7 cu. ft. All porcelao, Pie. FC" -SLE -One recr axle assemb,. ,oer cutrains, all colors, button ALNMISA APATMANT '
$:00.00. Phone 83-4Z91, Curun ,or i6 Cheoro:et. 2 O- 600 -il
00.00. hon 83-49, n retreaded tires Fhon0.324 hole, hemslt.tching V sit Edificio a Ivd fia iom l tuIrn d nM
__du _' rL ure d ed tresx E as t 3j 4 ,h St. A c t. 10 6 o t
dFO R B a I: -a tu r nlsh g d ap art w vte u priv et e n-w
4FOR SALE:-9 ft. Westinghou.e Re-_ DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. C ghrdbns. 8061 Ith Sotr
frigeratcr. 25 cycles $100 C CR SP&.E 1942 Dodge Pi:kuoi Estud.ante Street 140. Between N Crls lbol Telhphai Colof
$ 'arriado Vito Hermosa 807. Tel 150 CO .Duty Paid. Good running' *J" and 'K" street. Phone 2-3479 136
oPnama 3-3579. on_______ -and.hon. Fiont St. 6014. Ponama. FOR RENT: Furnished apatment
PaaaSALE GE FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
'FOR SALE: GE Console RaFo' FO, SALE -1950 Ford Cu:tom Tu- FLILAY JUNGLE JIM JAUNT to for 2 people only, bedroom, living-
Phonograph. Exce'lent condl.aor. cor Ex:el'ent conditicn Radio, 'I Spon.ored by Hotel EL room, kitchen, both. Privote house
Ccst over $350. w I sell for l17.5 1..GCO. Can be financed. Coiall PANAMA. 3 full dov:. Leave Fri- Bells Vista, 48th, Streqt No. 3.,
Telephone Panama 3-1909 even Eac.i 4165 day December 26. 7:30 A. A. Re-
FO s_. n -------- -- 'OR SALE- 193 Sludebcker coupe urnateSunday afternoon ef
FOR SALE:-Beautiful Gro*ndfoiher Very g:od condition, radio, $1,100 cer',-:r 2r 9 Fishing through the
C.ock, circosion Walnut Ca:e. P.-.cre Balibca 1471. Parl Islands, visiting with the pri.- RnoUn
Chimes. Telephone Parnama 3.- C r B nliti'e Chaco Indians, spearing
4516. TelephoneR SALE: '51 Chevrolet Bel Air co des, ack light hunting. FOR RENT:-Furnished room with
S -__5---s t co-no'etely rust proofed, less than up the Sambu river aboard board to gentleman. European-
OR SALE:-Bamboo livingroom set I C 000 riles. See ot Qlrs. 269-B El Paonma's Pescadora. Bring old American cooking. Justo Aresn-
4 pieces, like new. C. n be cen, Albroo'. AFB. Phone 86-4292. *clothes. comfortable shoes, and no Avenue No. 57.
at house 2256-0D "B" St., Cuun- -1951 Fordor Merc DCN'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA. FOR RENT:-Purnished roam far ha-
d Tel._83-2103. --- -- 9 000 miles. L;ke row. Rod a 3 glorious days. $45.00 each per- chelor only. Via Espaioa, Carolyn
POR SALE'-Double bed-innei .-pring C..n- l':h-- s. Phone 2- on. Special rate to clubs groups. Building, Apt. 1. Three houses rle-
mtres, sping. Sg'e bed r- 3223 D.ablo Heigh :. 5564-L. w,:h'ng to charter boat for Darien fevre Race Track.
pt;ng mattress, spring. To oe.t Pearl Is ands trip. For reservations
beds, mtreses Lage w rbe VANTED phn Jungle Jim Hotel EL PAN- FOR RENT-F ed ral
Largec des. 6th Stret. Hcu'e NWA T rE Dl I AMA. Ponamoa 3-1660 or See your Avenue No. 1, 1.
29-B. Crundu, c Z. Aulmonubile Trav gen. FOR
FOR SALE:-Livingrcom furniture. -ANE -w----- AQUARISTS: Just arrived. Fresh
.h ard arm chairs 2 lampsW NTED. Autoob ,esn god Tropoal Fish Food. Acuario T,*- i ,rea i
2 nd taboos, etc. Must s I imme- ton. Feera'e 1 o ocal. IIth Via Esao, oppositeE
CHEVROLETS or OLDS"OBILSI.. ', all sizes 15th, E opp-
furnitrur. I rcetonb'3 c.fer vo-s WE PAY CASH. PHONE: 2-01`18 received Crristmns Trees. oil a ll nizes. 1th d7 Tel.
fits.fd. Cc.l Curuncu 314C or vsi 3-21 3. P nam sizes. Ciomrnplete assortment orna- 1 44
Qu-rt-eis 575 F Cirun du H eight. -C-
Q rts 575 t rundu Heght. nfents and lighting fixtures, latest .44
an time after 10 a. m. FOR SALE styles. Ferreteria Internacional, S. FO SALE;-Gerpe61W puppies.
FO- SAL .' A. J St. No. 19, 39th Street.
rJK AL Is, A MPrios SPECIAL KXCURSIONSI FOR SALE-Upright piano. good con-
FROM PANAMA TO MIXICO edition. Reasonable. 342-B
RImuI E.,te ,FOR SALE--Kholer automnutc elec- one way $85. round trip $135 115 Cristobal 3-29t1 after 4 p. v ".
--- FORSALE* trc plant. 2.000 watts practically daywlimit. $165. good one eoari;
In L Es Cum snew. Call Panama 3-0728 aer to LOS ANGELIS. one way. $149 trMe .
In Los C um bres 30 w ay. $ 14 9 .. .5 w ilb. he G en erai M n the of f mice si
(First Haore an First Street -... round trip $252.35. 90 day D;ision. Mt. Hope, Canal ois
VERY ATTRACTIVE CHLET C SALE -Portable electric plant. Parodnamo Di-patcn Service op. il:. i.H Mmo n.C aal ,
Three bedroomss Living &D.nI.g $1-00 watt's. Excellent condtion.O s~-e Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama untl9, :001953 when dathey 1
room. Spacious Kitchen. Ma:d's rto CI l Panama -0728 after 5.3016 "5_ opened in public, for fu shi
Two Porches and Garage. Phone 2- om _____ 60.000 poun Of Boquete
08E0 Porahem. IF OR SALE.-oMTr Sailer SooP. 24 Position Offered product oa Pnama. Forms uit o-
FORSAi l.poal, with full particulars, may
FOR SALE:-House in El Voile. 56.- ft long 7 I-2 ft beam, ft. Fishing Company as opening for be obtained in the ofce of he
500. $2,500 cash. Re inader $50 drolt Excellent onton. W:ie capable bilingual young man or Supply Service director, lo
00 Ponthly without interest. Tel [am 8.'7. Balboa C Z. young lady. Must hove had long Height "or of the Generof Man'-
I 3-1Q82, Panamo. ___ experience in handling correspond- eager, O mmlssary Divisioin, Mt.
i Ls CRE RSALE C oevi hur Briegr m alld ec in Spanish and English. In Hope. Canal Zone.
in Los Cumbr completeiv euBr idegroom palle nd oe ocounI also Fo-- Ak
nihed. 5 acres land $0".COO. furnish excellent references from FOR SALE AKC Cocker Spalel
Rent $125. Tel. Gamboc 105. T WAFk DnU pre ous employers. Willingness to Puppies. Call Pedro MIguel 413.

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work. Ambition and honesty are
essentials. Apply in own hand-
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length and duties performed in

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drill peus I", quick battery chag.
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---wo-------ort a pr'viouus positions aiso age., civil 1.2 HP 25 cycl, setbral Sa,
Two sinle North Ame airlines A bridegroom who couldn't at- status etc. Initial salary $12000. recrd player 5 cyde, EasyCFt'
S emptlves need furnished apart. tI.'t his own stag party took a with chances for increase for the floor lomps, table charls. ven
S men, or house in good rei.,dential T.hilosophic attitude towards t right person. P. 0. Box 264, An- blinds 52 x 60. Apt. A, 0582, Mm-
distict. Call 2-0556 from 9 to 5. all today. I cn. C. Z. di St. 2.4491. Ancon, C. Z.
--- Tnere wasn't time to do It over
i. again. so 23-year-old American .
Wanted Position adeddle of Cristobal Navy Wives FOR SALE:-1 Wringer type G. E.
,-i. i -ttng married today to Marga- i washing machine. 4 months old.
ANTED:-Employment for first- ritu Barcenas 18, at the Cathe- Complete Ist Aid 36 Autoobile Row. o ortment
cbml ervant. Excel'ent cock. laun- dra' of Immaculate Concention e1s i No 3. opmen
rss, houseke eer. Wonde dh without having enjoyed his own Course At Summit FOR ALE:E-Tropical fish, Zebras
'\. child'en. InQuire house 0775-D, lRat. party. I J,,iir i -- ;' .
the ofqth u-pale $0op Cti. Gourams blue. PairtF
Wimson Place, Balboa. Tele.- h was al the fut of the tele- Certificates of ao lton of 75 Cts. 761-A Barneby S. a
phone Balboa 2398. ohone cable around the Wash- the Standard Aed boa. phone 2-3363.
|-ne-on Hotel which went badis C peirass t Aid Course were ore- Seared bids will be received by the
ti _Wednesday during work rki n 0 nted to eight wtves of Navy Curundu Pot rceied by the
HelO Wonted huirs. As repairman. Geddle waMsl' I m SyB' of y C.urundu Po ourant to opera
'e hk Oameiat Summit, Canal ate the following concessions: Fur-
en.-.-,'l'ed to do the job, which took t a ceremony there yes- nlIur shop watch repair, buin
ANTE:--Maid. general house- utUl midnight to finish, I' e.t a e y there yes- nrure yhop wtdychleainr, busanr
workE, laundry and care of three The Dartv held at the Cristo-. mch. repair dry cleaning, and
children. $45.00 per month Ap- b, Gun Club. was attended in- Cntain radio repar shop. Bids wiN be
K Frak m n dn Muagrave. Co opened at I.00 p. m. Jan. 19th
ply Sunday Dec. 21. beileer 8 a. steed by hi father. Frank L. mandtin Officer.s.ave. Co opened at 1i.00 p. m. Janw 19th
m. and 1:00 pm.ans told all thl Officer, United States. I952 -is forms can be obtained
Svlor. Communications Center a oe Curundu Resturnt.
Seddle was told alr l thee guestBalboa.was guest speaker and
ER ONALS s oe present ed the ladies their cer-FOR SLE:-Brownie Kodak 8 mm
F 'R50NA Led overtime pay for the ob |vtificates. moviee camera. Like new. F.2.8
-. I0 BAB. JR., N. .-Hu- ---- ___ Instructors for the course Lens. Albrook 86-6211.
i i"-Swe"were: Sergeant Robert W FORSALE o H-16
S rry Xmas n Ad ustmen ActresAnn Blyth anddv af t the S-3 Offat licel, pe 1 -4 mie ae f
Swredishrmen r.-= Troops. U. & rm C lndbb ao m Caras with3. 6T
Ye ru cture. No. M t Fortnnedo be mar mhor ai d lIAnd ewS1, mlen ascse $ 3 5ol. 2e r
L. hone 2-3833. 8 a. m.3 nx r, I To Marry m qmrs 2 oS
to 4 m B appointmen1t.fe Pc yis's h at ccle with still pi-cture- ont
H W Dec.-t he Holdays. I,. $85.00. Cin-Enlarger to mak1e 2
HppyancingFreetforHLYOO.Dci2dyhe ladies who received, cer-
-Ma-.rty Xaas and A Happy Now Ae: Alice Alb -n. B a.$- -
Year Harnet d Dunnlt planned to be mAndrew Ti arrow
'Ineda"ometime nextyear," Italee Bll-ck Idlia Henley,.R-; itSrer Equ3ment $S4. rm1
Swas annoureed yesterday. 3 leader, Kathleen Smpob, u Scke Te 37p 0., .Ow ner
SAnn d Mclty 31L brother ockev. Mtr s. Locs s 'r tc Cet r iap / or $ ..00. I- l
o fto = Denn 1D39v.proposed toldaughterUnle" w*stn etc. Conewa blt $1d5.pD =e-
-ba "t -r la t n'igt as they decorated, class es ^ ,lrwi th her IWI. wa_ lm e
'.ti.. O t OCbristmua tree in the starso _L" te, SII. 00 Maye n PocketSAe
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N.Y, Dec. 20 thefore, is lust as essential for
Gannett, head of our national security as uplfica-
Inewspapers. urged tion of our armed forces."
t Eisenhower today Gannett to Ild Elsenhower he
a Department of would Ilke to see a Department 1
as essential to ha- of Peace involving a reorienta-
officer at its head." tion and broadening of Interna-
M in a letter to sean- Lional relatiosat The foreign po-
S"an f t e a t I o n forillcy. as administered by the State
u i t as essential to na- Department., should be Included
i eurity as unification of in a Department of Peace, just
S forces. as the Department of the Air
i war will not Force is Included in the Defense
i ~anett wrote. 'If Department, be iaid.
tl war to death, it "We shall achieve world peace
1 have been dead long ago. not by compulsion, but only by
e -rties and internation- embarking upon a program as
ialb.e prevent war. They well organized and definitely
U e ntl some nation, planned as our armed defense
wiar pretext, chooses to agalhst war," Gannett said.
t we need, then. is not "With much more seal and de-
hto war. but definitely termination than we prepare for
*0 and organized promo- war, we must fight for peace."
eMLMlst how national I IufS
.sMe organized. Is it R MI
*lanftr W B wars? The
"fint of each country has Ij A(
W ,tment of War, the busi- O gagS Al 1S
Sl which, to wage war or day
u*for Wt. but no nation has iL Ml im W
epartmeO t- f Peace. whose E hU IINl jUIMd
ea Is not to make war. but Ordained to the priesthood In
Sflh peace. the Cathedral of St. Luke this
F'r more than S years, in my morning, Rev. John 8. McDuffle
saper editral apd public will be celebrant of the holy
res*, I have advocated that communion at St. Peter's church,
ets take the lead in the La Boca, at ? a.m. tomorrow.
bilabent of a Dbpartment This is the first Eucharist to
asce, with a Cabtnet officer be held by Father McDuffte, who
* bead drE a-_r in authority has been working In the district
Influence with a o t h e r as a deacon since arrivinxr on the
Inet members. ShOUm that Isthmus. Archdeacon John H.
kloe. I believe other nations Townsend will be assistant cele-
Mi fM 1mlpeDed to1 tBow us. brant and p teacher.
!aday. I am more hopefal A Confirmation service is
SOer.tha this Ideal may be scheduled for St. Peter's at 7:30
e4d, for- my p are in I tomorrow night, when Father
r pre agenmle for ogaIsa- MeDuffie will present his first
sal your tift tr gettin-, all class of candidates, comprised of
beWpeople to work together." children urd adults, to Bishop
tetrtsald uniffiatfon d9 the Reginal4 H Goodeft for the lay-
ie *nrots lnto a snite De- ing on of hands. This will be fol-
a t Defle had made lowed with a sermon from the
and deployment of Bishop.
Ry 0re efeckt#. After morning prayer at 10
lever before Ihr peace time o'clock the church school ses-
our country been better pre- sion Iw nd in a rally to raise
ed to resist agpsdlon," e fudtfor the annual New Year's
. Day outing Supplementing this
6'ilt maV forestall or prevent effort, the school wUl present a
t 'It casinot guarantee Christmas program in the parish
Ne. sa1 n for peace, hall Monday night, Dec. 29.

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 UP) President Truman N v mr Ct .ii
said yesterday history will recognize his administration O R il 0I
laid the foundation for permanent peace, but he conced-
ed his China policy failed because "our resources were
not unlimited." Equalled All-tine _H lh
Calling the roll of steps taken under his "clear and e A -ti e H igh
consistent policy for peace," Mr. Truman delivered a o -
staunch defense of his almost eight years in the White WASHIGTON, Dec. 20 (UP) enough to counteract declines
The cost of living equalled in the two revious months.
House in on apparent farewell address before the Nation- the all-time high last month The new indexx will mean an
al War College. but the rise was not enough average wage Increase of 8.7
S" to prevent 1,250,000 railroad cents an hour. however, for 75.-
He coupled it with a warning that the statesmen workers from taking a cent-an- 000 CIO Electrical Workers am-
of the incoming Eisenhower administration have one of hour wage cut, the government played by the General Electric
i L Lj, kr~runn^nnana~ i -k n~na reported today. .Co. The government Thurdyf
the heaviest burdens in history and appealed to the people rThe rtBureau of. Labor Stats-approved their new ,con Thro a
to give them "the type of support they need to do their tics said its consumer price in- which Is based in part on
Iw dex rose one-tenth of one per the price. Index.
work. "cent between Oct. 15 and Nov.1 Some 50.000 textile workers
Let u.; l tl1hm ;,;Iafl %iin is not unhlimited and that we 15 to match the record set last and 25,000 aviation workers also
wethn th'. are ron l he cannot commit ourselves August.ex now athnds at 191.1 av'salmont Ir" condraex
sBut a c idt nen per cent of the 1935-39 leveL The wages of 1,300,000 auto
wiu.e- licaliEu ti-e'. are Listing the -assets" of his ad- It is 1.3 per cent above a year workers and other employes are
riht me n stNai n. the President cited ago and 12.3 per cent higher a nusted at other periods.
TI~~n uth rel-urih i rormthan just before the outbreak k~i' prices fell fou- "o
Laier N, 1inTiun., t National Anid Iu tIeet ,._cLie- ine 0Marshall Plan, the Berlin of the Korean war in June, 1950. tenths of one per cent last'
tao ', f Stat e .Dn Ache on oil 'riit. the North Atlantic de- The bureau said last month's month. Shoe prices Increased.
Isp i turn ni, an Atlantic Pact, iense pact. Pacific security Increase was doe mainly to an Overall rents rose 1.1 per cent to
I coLci metine in Pars agie.en. the Japanese peace nrease of six-tenths of one above August levels.h do
He tla Acieo hs ar col- treat, and the defense against Per cent in residential rents. Fuel. electricity and refriger-
lee siomeech va uns hinienialv Communism in Korea. Smaller increases were re- Ctlon costs Increase four-tenths co
i mpoortantf and o 1bhat toehe Pari s ported for fuel, electricity, re-of one per cent. s he
coiierene ei.- u one ore frigeratlon, house furnishings The wages of the rail work- C
step" in thep oicetion rii peocee .,Lgh Carols and miscellaneous goods and ers are tied to the bureau's E
In his aadreDs. Mr Truman nd fLserCarols services. "old" index which tell below St
said actions t.Ken under his l Retail food prices were almost the August level wd n tthe R
Sacninntrat ion-dernions-iratelto UHLI|tm.i meiaL|Ia o unchanged. employes received a 2 ent raise.
thi Coimhunists uit their ex iyi deroii o Fruits and vegetables climb- Counting this month's cent
pd ;noinlst eifor:s. ':ill be check- ed 4.1 Der cent. Poultry also drop, they now have received
ed Mee was uo but decreases for meat 13 cents an hour In lacreae
.He -zal wu ^Ctamera Club Meet and fish resulted in a 2.2 per since the "esalator" W"s St*.
plidihffretreatbeforle Coumd cent drop In the overall meat, included In their' ,cu-
~ ~'a.- retreat before Con'- Te lt monthly meetlr: of poultry and fish index. To get Its Ct-uv
piuni*n' .i the Inited Sate strip color slide group of the Dia- The bureau reported that ure. the buiap& p*UuaS S '
bad not intervened in KoreaI
'aid built up Western Europe. 'u Camera Club was highlight- average wholesale prices drop- items that -go U &Twvea'g i
rd Fbuidet u devoted aEuost Pa %ith Christmas carols, music ped three-tenth of one per cent family's "mat
hi entire speech t the oro-Lan. the serving of cookies and in the week ended Tuesday, put-
hrmqis on his admiiLihtration. Minch in Diablo Heights Thurs- ting the new wholesale price T.M.
mying thev include bothrsuo- na night. index at 109.3 per cent of 1947- SF t.
sying thes include both"sue- *49 levels. .. tr
Lumpin-d Chinai amone the A lecture on "Night Photogra- Farm products declined one- F
"failu'-es." he shot back an n- ph' m Color" was given by Har- half of one per cent. Processed Ja
s'aer to critics who hav be- ry Boland a member of the "lub food prices fell nine-tenth of "'
lahoredhim t.ho has specialized in night co- one per cent. -
-'Tn this rcit world struggle 1'r work. Boland's lecture waas The railroad wrokers, whose RPW
there have been some burdens ili.-trated tlth color slides. wages are tied to the price in- .
* .we couli not undertake because! Thle subject for competition dex, lost a penAy an hour be- WASHINGTON. UP)
our resources were not unlimit- I"'s "flowers" and 65 slides were cause the Irease was not -The W cWML T
ed." he said. 'China was one of entered by members in this pop- mittee
t iose ''1,ai Dhpsp of the club's activi- bXTbenefits T 4.,.'
t alumea ti Fourteen members entered Walter Donnelly 72.0o a
"With all our material help. aides in the contest. me
end it wias very late. the T v- n US aStel A
Od irrment of China was not ThIe winper.s in Clss B w-e and
e to save itself." |M". MePrion Tioup. first: A B NE W YORK. Dec. 20 (UP)- aes a e by on
FHrrnd-lr'ks second: and Mr' Walter J. Donnelly. who resign- byv' CIO 20
I.Mr Truman said he realizes t'"I-e Pnovlitz third ed recently as United States P APL
Fp c- ei, e the ip pf- I Tn Ci'=q A T C Kridle won high commissioner for OGer- Aa and
t6cts of the Communist victory '-"': R. L Miller second: and many, will become associated the Ofi
to Chiui-'-the capture of the Mr Fave Min'on, third, with the Interest of U. S. Steel Packing
preit Chine-. people by a clique 'Tha three winners in Class A Corp. in Central and South A fo our ge al n
;f ruthless Communist fanatics." -1l' he sent tn the Rtptes to re- America on Jan. 1. wage increalie or the employes
I "It is very easy now to look at nront tre 'ocal cl"b in the Feb The announcement was made had been approved earli by fltt
4me particular nart of the I. 1105. Pholo"opnhi ,nrietv o' tOday by Benjamin F. Fairless, the committee staff. -
ole world proolemin and sa% we i"i.eric' cl-b l'ide exihilt. president and chairman of U. S. PFringe benefits included pay-
iw the wrong thin' there." he '-1' pf-en"'r-o.n hv Mrs. Ben- Ste.-l. the world's largest steel ments ranging from one to three
iAd in replhine to those speak- '' 7. the' cl"bh' f1l4 trip chair- producer. and a half cents an hour 1n the
in, 'ith hindsight i,-in that ol-"' "rp hinDy made Donnelly will make his home wage rates; an increase of .
"But those who -criticize past r r ntrtn-fr'hin t-ins to the Sn at Caracas. Venezuela. The for- seven-cent per hour nibt shift
decl',os3 ral' 1look at the en- Fn T-*1Oric tho ("' -res River mer ambassador, who is 56. once differential to nine-cen hour-
the ba.nne sheet of our assets in T'rnn-q l]"-l during the attended the University of Ca- ly, and time and one t pay
ancl commitments and tel' us "orniing dry season. racas. tfor Saturday work.
what things ':e should have
4 drpped in order to do the things
we should have done. I
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MOM= form the feature danoe
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min picture, "Troplic Zone."
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Slaearts of those who have
in her perform InHollywood.
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Lu4on United
ciety To Observe
e1Afd P Wendly 0 of
.toam ea
ft lfh< 'nmau .At St.
in Colern,
m wll be followed by
Sthe EB Hail at

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Under the .I i
am t her
I Tue Mixted zunotfzdiRC
*. roupsI the a al m. 0.
M&fs Wllma .uoeU;ar
company the.
alition will present eelsolo
Numbers which will be ding b
the Chorus are:
Group 1: "Oh, Come A11 YN
Faithful" (Processaloze), ".ay to
the World," "Carol of thalBeli',
San I "Ye Watchers and, Ye .1oly
Group 2: "Cantdlue de NitT*
'dAngels and Shepherds" ant
o"Sing, Oh, Sing."
Group 3: "A Joyful Chrl$tpis
poft" "Away in Aa ayMaina wr
OLullaby for Christmas 39p0
"Coventrv Carol." "And the o010-
rvof the Lord." "Rilent N11l0t.
HtAp Night" and "T)e"k the HR!II
with Boughs of Holly", (Reces-

Chalain Win. J. ReIsse, 3AA.
=bring brief Christmas mea'
spco. and Chaplain David SOUp,
V.b.j.m. n_ be the readw2'Am.
the'-lngfng of the GMiiS''
Coemeboy. B. Steve ai_0ar-
man of a Y.M.C.A. Committee
of Mai nt will preside.
The ac Is cordially Invited
ana requested to be In their seat
at 4:30 p.m.

Club 20 Preps

Old Year's Dances
Club i20 ism rern to hold Its
'stateslde Old rW: Dance" at
the Paolflc Oibhouse on De2.
An attractive nation of
greet.Ing atoU4cards
tbive been to Ruaests of
the club.
Free distribution of hundreds
of noiemaukerB will-be mnade dr-'
Inr the dance.
Vteor M ol)td and hi or
chestra the egitt mi lcal
reepgamt of Coon, wl w un
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I1tOl" Clich, uder the direc-
z-'f Mr. Oeorgte Thibedeau,
1i present a traditional Christ-
ie andlllght oarol service in
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Musial- numbers will include'
arol of "w Bells," "Carol of
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eter, Go Rlink Dem Bells?"
r-eak ..D.oi, O Beaut eous
evenl;f Light," "Sleep, Holy
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carol with violin obbligato by
rs. Albert Pasquan; "The
rthday of a King," b..Mrs.
uwel Smith: "A Joyous
rrch. Jeannette. I s a b e lla."
blen e Come Ye?," and "Pal-
hmb Chorus."
The chapel choir also will sing
ve. ame Down at Christmas."
At the Christmas worip.,p
dvic,. 10:80 Sunday morning,
W combined choir of the
tchwlul sing the anthem .
0e Babe In Bethlehem's Man-
r Laid," "Stars Were Glean-
j,". will be sung by the carol
Otr, and the adult choir will
b teav Ital anCarl, ,Whence
me Ye? e Th C lhrlatmas er-
wn by. te Rev. Alexander I.
iaw will be "'And DWelt Aong
The Balboa t)nton Church Alo
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lo of -O thistma s tory In
aant. toi*r will be j.esented
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bac around'of sop1iti0epfed humor tnto her shows -- Ias relax-
ing at Hotel-l Panama for a week's atioa,beroie giving one
performdAce here on Dec. -18 in tht atio of the hotel. Miss
Smith l skilled In diaect-sad pantomime, and isa .a spited
raconteur with a spee l dl 'of magle.on the keyboard o an
organ. A flamboyant blonde wlthb a.air for fasehio, htelh's
grown are designed especiaf for- Jacques Path, Christian
Dior and Jean Dmls. MDoVs, Wradio and recording have
carried Mimss 4tatWatalensal irv rld. She ha D orm-
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Up As Hard To Pick
Trying to pick a pre-tourna-
ment favorite for the Canal Zone
Junior College basketball tour-
nament starting next Saturday
is going to pose a mighty tough
problem. At present it seems dif-
fictilt to count out any of the
eihlit teams
Take the Gibraltar Life Insur-
ance Co. team as an example. A
very good example It is, too, but.
not so good that it could really
be called i favorite. On the other
hand, it will take a very- good
team to Knock this bunch out of
the running.
Headed by hard playing Eddie
Moore. who needs no introduc-
tion to Isthmian basketball fans,
the Insurancemen have every-
thing needed to make great bas-
ketball teams.
For heiuL they have Noel
Gibson and Louis Hooper. These
two boys stand over 6 feet, with
Gibson reaching a good 6-3 into
the stratosphere. For speed they
have.Max.Welch, Louis Dedeaux,
and Jack kescod. These boys
have played a lot of basketball
during their time on the Isth-
mus, apd most of this iall has
begin of the fast moving, quick
breaking variety.
Reight- wd speed they have
how about scorla ability? Well
now, ain this all-meprtau de-
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.Uiknowns Upset Burke Jr., Tigers Whip BHS Yankees, SodamenDi

i)eniiaret-Boros, Doug Ford In Both. Ends Of Tonight; Beermen Tr

United Press Sports Writer Cistoba to boh ends Fordham U. Football To Be
Cristobal took boLh ends ofM
.:1.A11MI BEACH. Fla., Dec. 20 (UP)-An un- the doubleheader basketball u e
heralded Canadian twosome and a little-regarded napless Balboa Buldogs. nthe O f Investi aton
pair of Miamians bounced two more favorite tennis varsity game the Tigeis chalkeI
up a resounding 30 point mar- (By UNITED PRESS)
from the second round of the Miami Beach Fou, min of victory with a 57-27 vic- -0 -
Bal Gol Tournament. toy.s victory was achieved by The future of Fordham nl-i1 Sys Father Hart: "Nobody
San L,ranrd and Pat Fleteh. The turning point fortlei th e tiup- e play of t o lads wear-ba wil be the sub- outhik o acni ing the
pr. jniild-ianner,:d Cnnadipns. sec bv Godwin and WadkmsiIns ihe Blue and Gold. Isaac next ofea u investigation early tlibrary._Wbatwe wantwo findt
led all thr wa'. as they dcfated came on the 16th hole Th Ml- .... u. .u accuUn.ea lor 2U Reverend Vy ent Hart-asis- money spes ootbant?"
the colorful teani of Jimmi Dc- ami paili etr oft with a one-lp oi his teams points, and put on tant to the presdent--sa
maot of CLn(oril. NY. and Jack lead o cr Boros and Ford and las line an ail-around game of Fordham lost 50,000 wi Texas4. and M;offid will
Bi1r.r Jr uf Houston Tx 1-up. amnird on the 15th with God- basketball as has been seen this football program this fwll be looking foralinec i l
Biidav Gocwin ann Lloyd Wad- win's 15-foot birdie putt. I year. He got plenty of help, brin the adven-year deficit po lace Paul McMurt iaftch
kin. a 'nClple of homrE product nevere. from Bob Salter who $200,0.q a result. FatherH first of the year

of Harrison N Y. .ineon th. edge of the gen .V. o 40-27 win with 11 charge off thelosses as worth-
Also, theo elder usto chance th Miamian. had I by another Tiger. Manuel Que- Father Hart says a special he has no idea who will replace
champions o the first round, '.f" 'inin their lead He "s" zada with 9 points. nresident'so unll will review the ex-Southern Cal player.
'Willie Klein of .Miami Beach d the green, then batd The Tigers ctory moved eentirefootba sluati He "I know I have alreadytalked
and Al Brollc of Garden Citv. th ballhome to match Folda. them up to a tie with the Jun- says the losses would no be MeMurty Into staying longer
N.Y., %ha defeated Samn Snend remarkable shot. lor College, both teams have a enough to cause the school to than he intended,' says George.
and Jim Ferrier Thursdat. victory and no defeats. This drop football. Father Hart osays "But I stilhate to lo e him. He's
action.theg what Monday night *hen the0$150,000 a year to operate. replace."
Klein and Broscli. a couple of the fourth round this afternoon.
red-hpirnd old time club pios. in other second round match- Gymnas elum. From the pla baof
nesterd v eliminated Fred Haas es: the Tigers rate a good 8 pointt Iuipnt Io l d d /t-
of New Orlrpns and Mart Furi o f-- tfrd. N Y edge over the Green Devilt u t-
Igol o L ont. 11, 1 -up on the gTed KroofHmartfo rkN ot. ,edg^e o av edGr ean l-
Pa.i defeatedi Henry Picaid of cept for having the score knot- No~eniiIP 20
Skip Aexnder of St Peters- ve an Jony Reola of ted a coupe of imes early in ATLANTIC GA ER CRITOBALJUNIORS
burg. the courageous survivor of Evanston, ll., 3 and 2. the first quarter, the l y were.LEAGU Vila 4 77 261
an sirplane accic-ent. continudI J never pressed. The Bulldogs The A.0 L. Is swt operating HatgI ... 99 95 88 282
in the fisht with partner Cary Ed Furgol of St. Louis and Viv seemed unable to do anything and going stong In spiteof the a 99 94 71 282
Mi;dlecof f. Ghezzi of Ini wood, N.Y, defeat- right, while the Tigers couldn't pQor publifitb given. A pew pub. Staples 97 91 8 274
ed Jimmy Clark of Laguna nave made a miesuke if they licity agent has been appointed --
Al-xander. who was co-winner Beach. Calif. and Ed Oliver of tried, and we ho pe that l matches Total- 1079
of the Celebrities Tournament Chicago. 1-up on 22nd hole. Once again the third quarter can and will be reported prompt- 0. T. C.
her e'FVeanecsday teamed with proved the actual failing place ly. Cockle. 92 81 66 239
Mic.dleco.'f to best Bill Nary of for the Bulldogs, just as it did Summary of fired matches, R. arria 91 74 70 235
Los Anheleh and Joe Kirkwood, A In' their game against J. C. Oct. 14: Stevens 95 86 44 225
Jr.. o; Grossingers. N 6 and 5. Athletic Club Downs earlier in the week. During this RIFLE Goodhead 93 90 75 258
*e ie ir.ims on Jim Turnesa and 8 minutes of play Cristobal .o
Da e Doulas and Dick Meyer n r, 1 scored 15 points, moving a halt f NAV Total- 57
an TomrnBoltpla.edPtheo- d le e time lead of 20-14 up to 3po5 Lindsey. 95 -n 45 224 T -Noember
ate st ,olqon the breeze swept points, while t he But lltdog'so w0erely 0 U9 2425 ABNES
Nor mand Shore course. While the Albrook Flyers were point was a charity toss by erer. 0 Andeen 89 79 224
Turnesa. of Briarcliff. N. Y.. readying their plays in the up- Everett Stacy. D *a e a.....92. Dub9 4 88 4 242
ann DouIlas of Newark. De.. beat uy t-
Faulkner of Enland. 4 and 3. the Third Annua l Canal Zone ter there was little doubt aboti cRISgtQR sm O Mut 89 86 70 245
after rounding theafrontnine J junior College Tournament get- the outcome of the game, and P lerkns. 98 80t8 or246 9
San underway Saturday after- both coaches substituted freely, Byrd ..... 96 Ne 2 p 264poinal
with a best ball of 29 strokes non. Dec. 27. the Balboa Ath- giing all boys an opportunity Cote 94 96 t 257 S I
ecn under par. tTun ea ca n- th letic Club served notice they too to see action. Potter 9 95 4 Co244 c .. 92 S 254
ied a 25-eoot putt on the ninth o ll bear watching as they re .. .. .97 8 .15 230
ole for an e,3. n ly took the CZJC squad Teri t kDr Total- h 1 Se .95 S L s25
Byrdhe07.. 9798 '5 86M
Young Mayer o 3St Petersburp. Into camp, 43 to 31.n ibe S fockholiers "sm berd
Fla., and B JlT of Maplewood, N. FORT GULICK fig
J., were 19 strokes i'nder par for Using a continuity offense to R. Koepoig,.. f 96 81 82 259
an oo MapwodN. ... titof k-nose 5 24 st nAs rex W G d. 53 4O
the 15 holes needed to oust Her- good advantage, the Working h V W. Gerard. 96 5 4 be
man Barron of White Plains. N. Boys led by the Kourany twins n L. Bellena. 94- 91 8 1 2
and Glen Teal of Buffalo. N. pulled away from the opening W. Perneck. 92 86 4e296 t 91 e
Y., 4 and 3. Mover holed a 60- tap-oif. In the third quarter ft 96 .42
foot putt or a birdie-2 on the: the College started a belated CLEVELAND. Dec. 20 (UP) Total-- "8 lbel. 98 1 90 0
13th hiep and personally s.ot drive but to no avail. Coach insurance man Myron Wilson is CRISTOBAL JUNIOtB upie ...
the front i.ine in a five-under i D1-tie MrArthur statiouc a tall tre s*aurprise" president of the Hatgi. 94 92' 8 268 Total- i
31. Bob Gibon urler the boards etelandIndiansand'EllisRyan A.Vila 96 94 78 263 INSTRUCTORS
i or rebounds, throwing a de- is out after three years at the Schelbeler. 100 97 83 280 9 INSTRUCT 8
Leonard. of Vancouver. and tense at the College boys they helm of the American League Staples 99 94 89 282 Bingham 99 9 81
Fletcher of Saskatoon, S Nkatch- couldn't effectively penetrate. club. Oihon S. 7 6 72'
ewan, needed only a 05 to top Ryan was defeated In a "show Total- 1093 bol 99 98 M- 3'
Demarets -nd Burke who mistser As the Canal Zone Junior uf strength" meeting of stock-. November 1's Lpy 99 98
their short shots time and again. College Invitational Tourna- holders Thursday and resigned IN8RUCTO Total- 1
~_____~~____| Iment, nears. reports on the -t once. N. OGlbog, Jr. 9. 9W 74 268 Total br 1U
workouts of the eight clubs give The naming of Wilson is he- B. Binhami 97 90T7 279 NAW PD '2
promise of some fine basketball .leved to be a compromise be- LP l .. 99 9 2 a 7
f. or the three day sessions, get- twveen groups favoring and op- N. Gibson, Jr. 9SB 9.72 966 .' 0 7 y j 5, i
S1ng underway on the afternoon posing Ryan. I Nicolalaei. 98 05
of the 27th and continuing in A bpard meeting was held this Total .T 907 79 91
Sthe evenings of the 29th and morning and the Ryan group MARIN .
ro p /o a b 30th. trailed in the voting. A new It. fanter. 7 9. 245 9
t h I board was named, with pix direc- W. Oarr it. l4 o7 T i32 W 2
t o n \- The Atlantic Side entres,l tors favoring Ryan and six a-, H. T 87 2 H n .
S Gibraltar Life Insurance and aelnst him. L. Builla. 76 '46 8 25 Teoa--C 37
o 0 Universal Sports have talent to Wilson then replaced a non- h l. Bel7a -W9
Spare: many former college stockholder on the anti-Ryan Total-e 9 oGerard 2 .' 9 227
Players will be present to add side. Wilson reportedly was
en/ lto the Naval Station and Al- prxy for some 100 shares held by won as many high pqork hon- Totals- 989
brook teams on the Pacific Bide. Geirge Creadoh, a Cleveland ore as anyone playingJ Canal
D re .-d ,And, of course, the three Canal brewer. Zone basketball no. eMyNnin.
t o tm n g Zone schools are determined The new board went Into i him a close second, are team- Oibapn, Jr.. .. 70 264
IVL- ~ *to pih ale all bit of a go to e- t'lree and one-half hour private mates Ray almond, n atbut GbonSr 264
1_- f__j cure the top honors. ,'3sion this after oe and Rytn's far from the least, the- Incom- Lepley 1 86 '286
resignation followed the meet parable Pernando Tom. Like old Bilnham 0. W Ip 27$0
SIng. Ryan and his five suppore- man river, this man just eep t. -
er remain on the board. a'- rolling along. Total-. 1090
Sh though the aaoiti" group has :,n- Rounding opt this temIs la one ORT
/W WI the6D n o nauunced. it will buy into the Rv- of the scrappiest players res- G.d .. :1 234
W y W s CeFm e ran factln to hold a voting ede eontlv holding forth in local baa- Colemn 232
anmd control of the Indians. ketball circles. This bpy it Dic- Pnne 2353
S- Swearingen. Still going strong ona 5 261
p r I'hafter a great career at Criatobao
DECLARED A HOLIDAY F O le rf J. C. ... '. lr.
DECLARE A NFl DaY a A on o rgr is s edb High, Dick always makes his TtaI' ...-" .: 90_
presence felt, much to the-'41 lAaeS 95 D. with a
n al s Zonte? Tre eti hapee comfort of the oppoineritu. tal 4 1Wun. 1
for the Canal Zone? ihehreC a reer.hZo st.o .1 I.'.I ',t

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lea (Clark 1-4)
Balboa Stadium (3 p.)
Bluebirds (Alonas 1-1) 04 Xrak*
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The Brownies Sodamen wll at-
tempt to take'a fiumei grJfto,.6
first place tonight whenlthe
mad Vibert Clark to the mou3
against Jack Urban of0t p Yank-
ees at the Panama 8tadlipo.
Last night the Blueblrdai ded
the Bo js to move Into 'first
place wlmh~tut playing by knock-
ing of the Bombers who Were
lead the league rae race 2- be-
hlnd'thfl coakbined pitching ef-
forts QJt Magallanes and
8ookfe Smmpel,
t .wo took over in the
fourth ing when Magalanes
was t o, the leg by a drive
from _o0r starting pitcher
Daye T chalked up his
second lc- f .of the season.
I hurle-shutout bail dur-
Whomas, who gsve up two runs
and eleven hits in four innings,
was relieved" %lumberto Rob-
insob in the fifth Inning, Dave
was charged with the losa. ,
The ro LeAe oftals an-
noeur ~ e yeuterd hat the
for. Monday "1 1t, has *bees
rostponed beeato eydng
eld, ueh ind.ton pte to
heavy alsp. .
The Yankee-rownie contest I
previously schidled tfo Mount
Hope Monday tIi, Wltof&b.igay 'a
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Rocket-Powered Fighter Pierces Sonic Barrier
The Republic XF-91, below, recently made the fl rat supersonic, rocket-powered flight ever to be
flown by a U. S. combat-type experimental figh ter. A 5200-poun4 thrust turbojet boosts the
plane to a speed approaching that of sound, and a 6000-pound tlrlut rocket engine ramn I
through the barrier. The plane was developed to provide the Air Force with a high-altitude
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right is Russell M. Roth, of Edwards Air Base, C alif., who made the pioneering flight.




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Nicaragua Praised

For Cooperation

In Ptoin 4 Work
-The friendly coopenrtive at-
titude of Nicaragua, both offi-
cial and unofficial, has made
joint Nicaragua-U. S. projects
of technical assistance most ef-
fective, according to John K.
Chatty who is Country Director,
Chief of Field Party of Health
gind Sanitation, and Director of
the Cooperative Service.
One of the newest projects
under the Health and Sanita-
tion Serviclo takes into account
the great need for water sup-
plies for communities of all sizes,
-said Chatty, who now Is on
leave in the U. S.
The technical assistance pro-
gram 'can serve greatly by in-
roducing well drilling. The first
rotary drilling rig will soon be
placed in operation in Nicara-
gua, with the U. S. supplying a
technician, to train Nicaraguans
how tq drill wells in villages or
small towns.
Speaking of the Agricultural
Serviclo and its work, he said
that woat is being done in de-
velopng -~ tter rice. sorghum
and coffee, -in the field of fer-
tilizer and insecticides and In
Improving the breeds of farm
animals and poultry.
Chatty said that expenditures
for fiscal 1952 will be about
$7O0,o X. n actual funds the
*ir.: d M g government contrib-
utes appsrimpatelv $1.50 to each
$1 put up by the U. S. However,
because of physical facilities,
trans ~tilon and local com-
I munwt funds, the ratio of Ni-
caraguan money tqUS money
reaches about five to one.
Chatty, who will return to
Nicaragua t os In January. has
spent 26 years In Latin America.
He was born In Cuba.
He Is a Sanitary Engineer Di-
rector In the Reserve Corps of
the Public Health Service and
&on loan to the Institute of
ter-American Affairs.

Bey of Tunis

Signs French

TUNIS. Dec. 20 'UPi-The
Bev of Tunis bowed before a
French government threat to
depose him today and placed his,
seal on two articles of a French-
dnafted reform program aimedI
at bringing calm to the riot-
torn protectorate.
The Tunisian sovereign hand-
ed over the signed documents to
Robert Bolssezon. French re-
sidency representative, during
an hour long Hamman Lif pal-
ace interview at which Boissezon
delivered the French ultima-
A residency spokesman said
Bey Sid8l Mohamed' Lamine
Fiasha also "undertook" to sign
some 60 administrative decrees
which he has been stalling on
for two years in an apparently

Now Peruvian
Envoy To Panama

To Arrive Soon
-Germian. Aramburu, Peruvian
Ambassador designate to Pana-
ma. and -his family will leave
here Sunday en route to his new
Arambaru, who had been for
several years Minister and cotn-
selor of the Peruvian Embassy
here, will go to New York to
spend a few days and sail Dec.
27 aboard the Santa Barbara
for Panama.
The Aramburu. in recent days,
were honored with receptions,
luncheons and dinners by vari-
ous members of the diplomatic
corps, Including Panamanlan
Ambassador Roberto Heurte-
matte and Peruvian Ambas-
sador Fernando Berckemeyer.

Be on Your guard

when you buy

Jamaica Rum

Only the island of Jamaica (British West
Indies) can produce the real and genuine
Jamaica Rum.
But anybody can label his wares as
Jamaia Rnum.
For your protection, make sure that
when you buy a bottle of Jamaica Rum it is
clearly labelled as a PRODUCT OF JAMAICA.
Without these marks it is not genuine.

h not be deceived

. Addren any eWquiris"about ENUINE JAMAICA MIM to.

52 Kiu SftrA. flifmfW .,
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Informed sources speculated lamin
today on the possibility that t l
ManPreslEmt Joad6 A. Rem6n would in j 4%I- ton
veto the bill estabilshing'com-
Skl pulsory tippingIn the Republic Via "B
s" Bu the Kiittonal Assembly In a third
s Buckles,. 0 Witnesses .^*^blb.Aveat

Reforms Ballk n Brfitk s NWsf3s gl
However, these sources point It ie t
complete climb-d4*awbefore the | ., out that tle .bill mttht well be me
French threat to depioae him if tnAP~gfsa Ai returned for a cond reading am lh CtheI* aiP
he refused to cbteue his at- BIV9ji1 when it comre UD gain on Ututo P
litude. ~ Jrad 5r. or a a s .
The two artiq, be seven- -v thSpeculation o the eto cen- m ea ed ll
om et cliormb b efore thed tered aroun thie fact that we the otarym

introduced eleS ,the first BOSTON, Decr. 20 (UP)-Two bill s r egat ad o garbled and
time as a mean freby local more reluctant witnesses were impractcal.e -come sectors are ersto. atri
councils w be cited for contempt yterdy as of the on p that if It aIpc- n hortI
They alaso ave' par- Joseph (Spes) battled proty tutO. ly e ap- entrv. 1 s
Ity at least in Qs and the 5ae phah rounds plcAb t he pttal cities of bot an. 5.h
in most cas ggs? amaj- he had been ntamem JBparticl- each prlc and n not to all ently. i. \;
ority. ant l the 1,1seven- Brink's cities ore than 5,00e in- .ihe ,9, se
pstered arouncth--te, fact that the t 4-

S. introducedelethe first BOSTONha Dee. 0 (Ublita_ e n a, dd e

French resident g ean de the case charged th homas laqs of' tbt nature should llerio, g&g' ranl., aay d
couteencqui e said be Ricbartim t 45, a emanate thity councils and Labt and Pt
Thsed to sign Mon bt later Wem Iongabto, and not r th Assembly. Jn
rejected. : Vincent ooata, 0.a. a tonser- The a Olotof
Svicep -tatIn.attendant, wilfully .1953y ap-theel.
They at Monday in a i which a.d contumacio a structed t I!cities baton A Ocr flu
nied most as direc pealhle pra estioha s" la d partie-and ot to all entl -
for the ultimatum loq $1,19 was ae at $ rinkcities. each .orethan In-

took from Paris lat their cases eto
night and which te plated the Tuesday. W
signing of the two y Vform ar- Dr t heo a inio tht 1l ba d Mtea K=
tidFrench res as one of the "muats" for They we h th th nd nature ldth e
the Bey's bpal.. dr bwita t or it] .
nProgre C S s ,* po '- _.
was :Irp tale r a entio--A

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.rOrtook from in a lao ed. set-t M-re ah- 4,-. ar-': l.e ;.ggo -'g
the i w m T. erth manfe. e l
bespectacled racketper's Cu pftamana b so
Indies iIinpotel lawyer abulhts f s atfudln of this abte
of contempt ohoie hi. -
GADINEVILLE, Fmla, Dec. 20 groups he was a'"five' "TS" isI oaon Vas conta,
(UP) The Caribbean Confer-. J McCarthy :p IstL 51110a Rob5t C.
ence ended here today after be- teU, t ent tht.8octety,
Ing told that "encouraging pro- .by3-oid ho s and chahan of-th committee
gress" has been made toward a tun to Jail. relations with soiologsts in
federation of the British West ee spent but three f ercuntries
Indies. before the grand j- International reeognitlbn in '-' ....7.;-....
Maj. Gen. Sir Hubert Rance, ntB his name eand t fHldd first cn e to Wester- ....
governor of TrinId ad a..Top- he ha spent aamWhen he w10 t ed to at-
go. told the group liut night :U .. before Judge e tend the First Wold Congress of ,
it Is "clearly impossible" tr'f t h`, I e contempt ocoloy and .aOIttlealScience
small separate lnmmnities, In sponsored by t*t.Uwl-ted Natlona .
the Island group to achieve and J eseph Bleational, ct Ic and Cul-
maintain self government. argue d ural Orga osnI .In Zurich,
But he said a community. of iA.. be Switzerland, .t. ears ago.
more than 3,000,000 In the Brt- .Pt Westerman's0)er on "A Min-
ish Caribbean area could "reas- ::sloeoziSty Group n Panama," was
onably hope to achieve self gey, b he voted by profe'w T. D. Eliot of
ernment and become a nation of taking p Northwestern University, as a-
playing a full part in world at- oas crime.. mong the "most interesting and
fairs." a i n Is char a..n ctual of All those submitted at
He said encouragi g asghs for the Congress." Professor Eliot
the federation inclu51-theA, fo n' acted as rapportetw .for the pk--
Ing of the Imperial Colo Schneiddr p pers submitted to the Zurich
Tropical Argriculture at l Sea, a liv a Congress.
dad. a Barbadoes supgr *a a a" ave pe
breeding station, aid the Alin u st
lopment of a welfare -tcircumstanwce,. f
tion. all of whieh woud ben abto adufiged in Ku
the island territories.. ro e ing
really S while he
Frmiqres M a t AFBI ..agent a N hemt rom
PreerNceO us.e affil avit W -ASHoINGTONt -e t20 (USIS)
Preference I -US S I it tne ven in
WASHINGTON. J s. D20. we'refiled with p 1ie e thhe Iretivity of
(USIS)-The Justkes Depart- c r to obtain w- phomphate fertilter. He a Moa 0-
ment said yesterday e iaY con- rants Iawng the F Or Camruitro w has completed -
sideration will b ee! els our months ty of the indus-
from other ca-lon wi. t Un le teaere .
mission to the U. l f t at y made his sur-
are urgently neefi.- vye r a PI Our grant.
country. that te result of a
The preference i s r~ lded for O'Keefe t La a cou1t cancoun
In the Immigrak dNat- the hodt Rio e last year
ahty Act which e that. been rel ua e e Food and
tive Dec. e#, '2"m),
The act as er centof the Otther O g io 0ater eater
quota of ea in toOro-
be made a a7miar1"e
whose .e 0-A* UP.

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