The Panama American


Material Information

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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,wo.. The Soviet rfusl wars contained in a note
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Stocutr viets do smowent to normalize life in Berins* to Jt4*p A
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S. Seybold. Auy wMo semM
new duties elOiy jt moth.-'
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the governor. .
The public relations
will report to the OW r'&
flee and will be In -A
of all public relati l
press and news release,
planning and related
The governor's
rtad ta the present
section will be a part of thW
lie relations oM0ce 2s .w
such other staff as eay be
quired to oarry out signed po"'
grams andt objectives.
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work of the Canal orgelIatlos
has been a function of the ses-e
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section was & unit of that of-
lice. The Canal's Ipres nlattoa
office was established about 9
years auo.
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flee will not Involve any chan
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NORWBGIAN JULEKAKE Is made by AMsrtera sf Nwwigab
desert at Christmas time. It i ultso wath ftIK.
NEA Food and Markets +Editor
"Gladelig Jul" (Merry Christ- ing, soft, legg, 2% to 3 cups sift-
,las) is what Americans of Nor- e, enriched flour, 1 cup chopped
wegian descent say on Christmas citron i cup chopped candied
:Da Mrs. Hanna Falk of St. Jql, cherries, 1h cup raisins.
,Minn., celebrates Christmas in the Cool milk to lukewarm. Mix to- .
*tradition of her native country, gether milk, sugar, salt and car.
*Norway. She begins her holiday damgm in large bowl; stir until ,
*baking early. sugar is dissolved. Sprinkle or!
crumble. the yeast into the liquid
She has 10 large cookie jars fill- and let stand until softened. Add: ''*I
ed to the brim with a variety of rolled pats and let stand about 5;
Norwegian holiday sweetsFattig- -minutes. Stir in shortening and I
Stands, deep-fat fried cookies; egg. Ad4 about half the flour a nd
Sandbakkelse, cookie tarts;- Ber--aU the fruit and mix well. AddI L
lnerkrasser, cookie wrea ros- enough more flour to make a soft
ettes and rich oatmeal ees. doigh. aes Gifts for the hi me Iht .mhlduei
With the cookies therq's alwa Turn. dough out on lightly flou.
a.8 batch- of fresh-baked yeat ed hard and knead until sad ho uur tine yrtr eaf mo e
breads, for Christmas just Is't about 10 mIninutes. Place In gre ased otpcamr Ieve roywbe .e .efte ct
completee in a Norwegianr : 2' Brwl- aiush lightly wit eated a .bla0Lw eSo bould Sopplerp(
h sold without the "traditional ri shortein; over and let rise in as agIpose (the ilete aehl r no--m t et hi 1
:uidt yId called Juleake It m -ple until double m n bulk, o e l.a ket o el lt)w corded wil e at br%
,kee mo~itfor a il;week. Here Iout 1 hour. ribra chafg dish (m lot wt s aS
d is 1 5. A walk's recipe for this tra- un down; turn over and let enotemporary an'Mi diU mn s As ti utmos
S'itioni Christmas break ris."agi moe double. Puaet luury arUng ailvl e (low crnliere
tdowe t ightly floo red. d
Julekake board mid let rest'l 10 minutes, BY FIL[1gNCiE V, V.
fOme.-lumhkround loaf) Forminutoasbeland lae in NA taff W
greased %b&k round Cover a"ll a fWmf
One cup scalded milk, 2 cup land let rise until doubl. tn bulk, oot.ri *. a r" almost any membe of the
spoon powdered cardamom, 2 Brush top wltijhuiy beaten Uasatree ar osae inA Wnec blan.ets 3bouo thn* PPunt -
oItraertoseonse ethebenaetse.jar lf l p.
packages or 2 cakes dry or com- (350 degrees *.JI T to 45 m- Jo of
S sed yeast, two-thirds cup rol- egg. Bake in a moderate oven no e hto o ry ye0. oi twL Te a
.ed ato (quik or old-fashioned, (5 degrees F.I for 40 to 45 minmbse- not e c boou a n id w o h mkee- l
S a o atsuckor hrotspoel (. ini variety of gift that art whose nem
mncokodt 2 tablespoons shorten, ute. Remove from pan at once actical t rit o if U s e e
b rhe the family can pool t teai rmes
Sse touh l 1d ape rand t ev forrads throe special it to lomO or sl
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so- i The man of the houseW.0ds "J at
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, f' D h e nlStors. "onaida wo *equipae.t "
or has writn erals redwrougni-iron r t mtor ges
by's orliar elr. If he Seeksdtheoh a
110 ds oHubby's Bari Purr too ne.ferf hard a
chair mlg? be a tp oice
S- For the scholarly type, en esxmpe-
He h h h -- o h sw s eive reference book is a consider-:
t A san Francisco throat speciaUst l 's. Ea n kh to Mke atiob. d
OF, el-is -hat-women have raised th A MK an rsa Among the new reeorden is a
*, Ptch o hn"'r voices. portable with two opottag speds a@
Malybe he's right. Anyhow .it "He start so rad the eveniunrt reduce toape-dres ate to Or
does seem though a husband's paper and futplwbo whoever red p in the tape. into atlas st.
*foie oft w ges up an octave or it before a hna.r misplaced the Ldatesr t a projectors dso that ls -
so arouoad th e house. Especially sports w h a phe.rmits a to. put ilades in
w, when- In pria r{5| to a fishing trip nght lia& Up. .ts exntole *jec-
S He discovers that his.wife has he diseovc toatIs wife has giv- d porn dtre allows easy removal
O,*v swn their joint checking ac- en thlee "n e g hat" it has taken o then sd. This plojectr ohas ah
,*outm or has written several years to aet vaoesd to the right turdni lens.
;0 sihcks and has forgotten to fill in dlapidt lrob to the Salvation .- a.e h h s
He comes home from work an- Army. ea.h-e rylbenonfehit-theswh oleS
dPt at'-g a quiet e epang at home
S : finds out that it is going to He comes home looking forward f lhr wIlU enjoy. If she has been
*b.e bridge at the Joneses again. to a good 'dinner and is told thatlonging for sterling silver. there
He has had a hard day and hs his wife has been housecleaning Is ode'ig very new in patterns,
wfcife greets him with the news that all d.v and wants him-to take the the balanced place setting idea-
,junior has not only had a fight, family ou' for hamburgers. piescumr toward the plate. or
:sIt lost it. H e knows just where he put an pOrls bshe would be pleased with
1e eit is worrying over paying for important paper until he discovers an eeitrie r tfin.g dish that's rah
*"ibe new roof on the house when that his wife has had a tidying-up Vaiable in modern, regency and
hibs wife -tells him that the living streak. ~~tCl porary designs. In *ach,
##room has to be redecorated. .Mayb? women ARE responsible t aon adt cover are of brass,
On t h e morning he sleeps for raising mei voices. But then modern and brass legs for the oth-
thr.agh the alarnw clock and is A. frequently responsible for er two styles. An extra warming
Scurrying to try to make his train raising women' voices, too. pan turns te dish into a doble
;be puts on .A shist ith.a.h button .(All rights reserved, NEA Serv. --
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CHELPFULoHIN T S Children's holiday
wr, a-- All one needs do is p -
few oAfll o 1, osafe a .p. e .o ,t hats appeal to -
^ -.--w-- --f ^ Heua-wlves-and their children, is sporting a Santa's cap
1too.--r hlain .qeyv fun ayith cel- tmo J Jester's trp
lore, Ia pencilsi ,h + ---- --
S a k n used for pencil paintingsi M any..
S aAL.tners am4 adults find ee dChildren's parties. -arc -ji
0 lwie-le d pencils easier to work uorr IlMely to be sucucesibl (U
Sk--- l than the conventional water-,oth the children and their mo
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Stockings must face these ene- An.l lbaursting
aes:chipped n a i s, roughened Dirking glassesshould not be can c t energy .
Mosit faushavel earned rs ad- Sfwel dried: they should be ringedi r For n-in the ixo-delgbtr
'rsat our garters properly. t eht& k In very hbt'" atet Wd"al6wed to'y-ar'o, making their i'1B
u u nas b foe d i or w dry by themselves. ty hatL shoud prove a pleaia 1
snails before donning or wash- i ----ve .oea/bB.A"rie tthe c
I ]% our bow to pats abit f cream -. ipriA e t the
ou heels after bathing and to Tob make -a bi lertat holds etof mqIPlteIt, louder, iNi
N ot a "SIn that our chairs are ^lbig T-Bone steak over an open '- and .test-hats would i i
N cath at orahfire, cut an old oien shlit in ial .order, course. '
Ov course. we occa.,iunally for .h frame tatr lordiep' ound "r"
be careful. And then there the frm@. 1 711 aEUd to Cr f
i* pet tob e careu. d about h there a I Use wax paper as a P"ess cloth bright calorb, the children wi
"et:tg We cain do about the ,to restore lue to a limp veil. needColorless nail Polish, pige
we encounter in offices tl es psoBasc'and I *c / i
calieyajuces So it
ht.mnas w Vill always T Iron clothing that hasn't been'd&' 0 ms 3
lws sprinkled roll it in a dam towel ballsH, neest le 4111 .
'a Tell-known. hosiery search shows one-thread s n a g .81at has b ed a s, .bi watr. 1and eaIl stars.
uM It has lahen a cause most rune. YI Fne tab, s, _ak iA s
iaw an.-d e"li ti".ting According to this firm, you can mat clh i 2 1U ss0ttS c C S
4 holieiy ioeatiires a get dozens of oWeread. snag s agesstar et eP1
l"acLks the either without worrying .aU 'a s ron slv 'toIr .
an, the run need only to haol the thread away o hgph l opardat i3ng
it can $et a from the stock adu e cst. Bo ;Ijbh ;
l rin will still result stockings -rc said to have a well- aya me.d sR C. j1414 '
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@ AINI Livinmrom set consisting FOR SALE -1950 Nosh Statesman 20j1 Amo. C. Z. nPhow
.n 2 chairs... sofa. with sprr, g 895. 1953 Harley Dovdson Mod- WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic or
cushions.and plost.c coers Center el K" -'Custom" 1947 HareynDR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic t
'-.obie t$95.CO. 11th street Sort Davidson "45" $375. All 3 ,n A Central Avenue "K" Street. cor- Fot'A
'roancisco No. 29. Tel. 3-5565 I shape and con be financed elp 2-3479, Panama Ont
'Trlbaldos. I Kells, Curundu Fire Station. Moke your wife or daughter a pros-
RSALE:--ate mahogany d n-'FOR SALE :-9-149 Cadillac 4-doo i nt of Swiss 'Elna" electric sewing WILLIAMS So
4 ,% table with extenson, sx d ningi model 62. Fully equipped Priced Vahne wegh only 8 bs. Ci. ; tog .
chairs, porcelain top kitchen table to sell. QIrs 55-B. Albromk AFB. Cynos. Telephone 2-1793.
.* -t, seat bamboo cl,an and chore, Tel. 86-22CQ0- F R SAIErs
So match, beourful noive mal-iFO SALE -40 Ford $195. refriger- FOR SAlEnh
-:1ay end tables lh coffee tobe o bed, fan, tables, et. 2- i 't ,S
Srto match, new tank rpe sweeper ,64g 1 .Diablo, 5719-A ______._-___il____ moderata-vgtedthd
h all attachments.fourer 541. bo.4-67.
.rbf'th all attachment .our etira E PRE CED 194.4 U Cm n- FOR SALE:--female Cocker-Spaniel. -67
-ieno traverse rods or dra- aropeS PRICE REDUCED, 1944 LncolnC Blonde pedigree. two mont oe d: i-m Oenside wit
Svnetran blinds nr t- bedroom, tnental Convertible,. 600 QTs. Blode pedigree, t months old. ii Ocnide,
masonry type coltage. Canal Zone .42B. Rodman Navy 3590. Call Albrook 86-196. Clarm is .1877 Crito
2-1805 or apply house 5282 Mo.- FOR SALE: Studeboker Champion FOR SALE:--Boxer Pups, .A KC ;reg Pl 3.' a.,
rsen Street, Canalo De Lux, Sedan, 1950. Beautiful istered. II weeks old. Excellent FOR
fV SALE-Studio couch. easy chair, green. overdrive, wh,iti sidewall with children, see them o at.Cho-
livingroom choir, and rooi. 2 floor tires. hill-bolder. rail a seotcov- za, 5007 Via Arango, 5
lmns, I Lcffee table. Curundu ers. perfect condition $900.00. post road to Panotna Viejo, la lt-- i
08 Sket S. Phone 2224 Phone 3.1773 or call 174-B. phqne Panama 3-53'71 or Bol FOR RENT:--By 15th.
70-8-Dkt.Pn Roosevelt Avenue New Cristobol boo 1674. firshad twp bed
Pr.SA.LE: -oarga.n pralc Leotd b~l~eei 4 and 6 week days. al FOR SALE -Bogon Phono Amplifiir snnbl,' Phone 3.529
..limus. Uvingroom s. Gs'sve- day Sunday. 25 cycle. General Electric pre- FOR RENT: -Furnish
+4 burners. Everytrng brandnew.FOR RENT: Fnis
T 4leph 3-19 N o. At. 4 FOR LE: "Morris MinOr,' low a mp 12 h cooxit p aker. e. B
4 4t Strile. o 3569 rPhones2-3233. ,.'House 1425-A. inqrm;tlW Tel. 3-09
FOR SALE:-Beoutiful light mohog- FOR SALE -Good condition. Duty FOR RENT:-Chblet 3
any and Rattan diningroom sute- Pid & Duty Free Trucks, '51, '52 FOR SALE. DOLLS: Just tiveld with separated
table arid 6 chairs. $2U0 00. Phone GMC & Chevrolet Pickup Trucks. $of Germany 0 OtJll .ort.-I yths room or office)
S866237 -- 575-D, Curundu Jeeps. Stoke. Cargo and G. I. m of Dolls, very Iw rlc.. ulit)i rooms or'maid's.
.joqehts, C. Z: Trucks. Lo France Wrecker Truck, Also on assortment of small s- port end ample land
Auto Car Tank Truck. Ctehtct ,ng machines. See them at M a- maid used to cre
FOR.'SALE:-rhree matching Con Equipment Superintendent. Macc- n Store. Central Avenue. nedoto alllle Tuesday 8. 1
lms (newt 1- x xC ,12. PaM2 a c. Inc., Chiva Clivo, Rd., th Cathedral, or at No. 3 Se- r. House
k, 6 Odd tables and-c"blirt. Caral Zone. and Street, Panama1 City. i .-t CumMW
.es-no toablv, walnut, 4 prh FOR SALE:-1952 Pick-tp. Perfect FOR SALE-26/ bqy's bicycle. mst. amr..Con be eon all,
l. l .Telephone 2-2 oumW ." eml ctr ucshae .al

Ag Noe' practi- F1949 Chevrolet 4 tigeor R :. Radio-phDeo--crderr a .= se l
n: Colle Jernsmocde Ig a $ F Rade. FPhone 4-56. $98. a 16 tube Midwest radio s31 111 ol"w I*
Colle te t. P' d. 4-565 $90. a. rew bicycle $25. Teli. 3. 2 gevag AN eses
.,Hqure 10- Apt. 6. Tel. Zr4 FC' 1941 Poaaord Sedan '250 after 5:30. ftamUied to your d"
iE:-'-L;eep Freeze 2 yts .il duty oaid. "Mssft'seltf or $200 or. --SSemt en'~- ightnho TeWp A
,-X yuth bed, youths table and best Well. Telephohg. .tlbloo 2- clu ond s^ r r '9 9 MOitIT M
ars, rd crb. See Sunday gof clubs and j ol iaut.dui loege furnaishe
,'P16ui 2, Los Cumbres. TMAT YV t.Wfpo ,CHRISTMM train arcd accessories. 059C 8, ,A- in BIlea'Visow wih fri
FOR ALE:" 4 i.ingrm s ,o Luite 'o a hig "Ybller'i Sedonewtte ,cor 2.3712. ite *rloart locikdble
thos piees. Biogain. Also electric with dyof.g*. Stalks F SALE: 2a 0,.. o"
iEm. .LBaEoa. st model '49. Dbwn paymnt.only t- Lionel O" gego
*'tka..32I5Enwl t,.Balboa. ^ o$ 0 PA-212n coe F OR R6t
"'2E --..ew poker 4ab le. 22. $500.00. Will sq1 $350.00, 60 FUO lu1
,Q..House 414. 4th Street Los FOR SALE.-1951 ,Chevrolet 2.door cycle. Make on offer. Phone PAD
nb.res. Sedan. Colle Eqalboa 421"l or 2768. 3211, Quarters 5101A. Curundu
FOR M AL: 9 cu. ft.. 25 cycle WANTED TO BUY -,
Westinghoust refngerator. 810- TO AAMA AttL COMPA w.
Pass POWu caaNhS R&A
Sealed bids, for opening in pis
owtil be receive jntnl 10:30 A. M., A AP
.** .. A December 8, 853i fg jjo uffi s I Mpdia 4 uesdr 5a
h5fle Superintendent of Storehouses, ail- or umu sheAldI,hat
National tle -. boa, for sole of four loornmotiverail. Stgsea .
SPhone PAD 321 1. ing thi gt road crones. Invitatibno No. 35, with aephoue i.86.
O-.;..C.rundu Heights. 2 Call 2-3711 -; .m' full particulars, may be obtained
:- coratons. utensils & from t he oft&e fo Superintendent of REbl *taritm E
SIncluling baby cr- B orehouses, telephone 2-15. w b
i-chair. 5184-B. -2Two b-rq-ms. lviur a
-chare ,.DH7* .5'84. B.eP W FOR SALE.--Accordio, 120 boss. room, grde and pet
Street, D-----ia Epeenced md t. o'wash attractive, reasonable. Also many poaa aot G rdsO ag Spedw recent refer Pe enue No. musc sheets.570 Ancon nformion prt
kee. silent conareon.L 65.- ujptorl' Juon Area,. 5 r InformaT-ion apart
i ,nths. iCall 25-3 109 rOR SALE:-60 cycle wFshingmo- tm bed
WIt a r I .-t w o s e-r o o R wtfk .4 Wt s ar-chine. Practically new.,. 440 474 for keg
S 'haloo malth ti-:k, ed wth t'her maid. Must live t. oa. '. ________FRl aENT-Srl.
ers andt b3prc.. in Good Brr i references tOR SALE.-Just Received- Gal- n nt on VSl
ntil 9 em Ce Iicar riqs i6. 40 dcwn. vanize Roofing 2'x8' $2.00 swet. 73 Call 3-3
OR E:- ft. 2 c,cle Fr.c.c Gaoanize 2'x6 $1.60 m.
S 0igaidti Verv gPd ccndlc.. t sheer. Barb Wire "6.00 reel.' Nails L
Call 2-2a82. o 2 C4-;4, :pariment C S9 50 Kea. Geneva Construc- FOR RENT.2
"." AnceI rO S E Cole M- Final. Tel. 2-1267. Mad. bata
-'lehoSALEe n.Tel. 2127%
SAL*E:- W s. Bt urd ccI- I-OR SALE- One grey 100% wooler
f aMl .3 erp'f u car.i coat size 16. One guitar and
'-n e042". A c n.o S o W. i ekRSL -f Stawn AE._ M ca instrucr. on books. Both ra- i
h o- 04itteAT. ado w e~SAVL- inA- Lre..-Phone 2-3631 -
-2.5 cle Fr.gidoare, I cI Ecg' Cra Lrke. M .Aral' ..---.- t_____
ke ofiler. Botboo 4327. Foret Pre er N Y. State ,~ rOR ALE:-Loavely white nylon
_Make-'a --.details Cris ttIl 3-2747 Mrs. stropleds f mol, size 10-I2.
M l er Telephone Bealbo 4211 or 2768.

WiNTED 3 Years OfC ., Position. Offrreo
i ne eiring tw o & iZ We&hS Of Stes t a for r ona un C. ouse Ba9" paee,
holfrnonths kitten. Black and wh o e Op. Ph6ne. 5.41.1 or 5-248.
a syful. Telephone"'Balftoa 270. CMUCAGO fU.P.)-.A slnl acre e ul laHa rt. Mnaper. lt ht Ji
of American corn- er laid could WANTED: .Aiericon Cdruppn y 1 *f
Irtckwalker orthh n fo a myea 1 neds. I xp ienced .Enih-Spo aeI
I aw ....oIk.r the lived exli on corne tccordiiih or a an '9i,
aM arn s o f s --[Institute 'Technola Write. .oAano. 1 nas
M d ,,o.ern gy professor sending.. a$i0a.O p.ggrgiph aIl 2.0; s of
0 (U P A-A new elec. But. Prof. Milton E. Pktr said. train"-
c which inspects ral'l masme 'acre CM O oort WANTED: Cqratk.erfor farm. n,
th4 apersonic beam has beenhem de men for three months if they near city, m. f dwelling. Apply
ties by the Pennsylvaniai ived on milk. and for less than Personally No. 99 *i- Avenu, Maline, V
*iwo weeks if they ate nothing but POna0...a. n port, la w
a.ateady ttI G tecor. P. .0; HPstecaks. tUe ca Uu j6 H 0 .H
device, known aq the sdt-i 5.OR See 4lEd t Id dte -
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'a i-than. MAIl wmtfsv nrequiiwoat Ipr a so ft* on =1 11,
'in .aqejentpry irb is aboui 90O00O band
earphones the 'operator esleries. Directly eonsursed- i 4FOR SALE--0 25 cycilmters;, 4:quie 1
t a-stead) high-pitched tone corn wouldl hav velu, dromi ts a growl if the de-13,100i000 calories. e Ht 'chws P..w I00, 1 HP. 30.00; 2 HP. lIg. I .
uit finds an imperfectio- milk. the vield wou drop tn abaut $50.0 ; steer office desk .$20.00; j
mlidea along the track. 7000 calories, and to Cattle f bot ock mounted in ship wheel BOW
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A, The Cuadra Mexico's unbeaten Riqui is a un- a ranCO r E t es
S Imous choice to score his 14th consecutive victory
4 -afternoon when he goes against four other o-.
uls in the $1,000 added "Polla de Nacionales" P.P. Horse Jockey Wgt.COMM :EN, ODS
S sie for two-year-old native thoroughbreds over I.t ace "H" Natives s ew% s Prse Is27w..64 on Close. is:45
T distance of six-and-one-half furlongs at the Juan st Race of the Double.
1-Coran C. Ruiz 110 --ood recent fforta 4-1
CO rac t'raCk. 2-Romantico A. Mena 110 -Figures done u) 4
son of Su- closed a wide gap to earn the 3-D. Malone A. Mena R. 99 -Good chant.liert '. 8-1
b bay gelded son of 8u- closed a wide gap to earn the 4-Domino J. Gongora 105x--Unp-edlctable. 3-1
AI 'W eSir-Fair Portia looms a short end of the purse in a pho- 5--Marfil R. Guerra llx-Not t; 10-1
al "sure thing" if there ever to finish with Tanger. in Fin V. Brown l0x-lverythng tes -2
,was one. His last victory scored Verticordia returned $4.60 to 7--Cosa Linda A. Gonzales 100x-Rounding int onm 4-1
Against a field of imported thor- win. Newcomer Nitticar, trium-
:'*.ghbreds indicates that his phant in his first local start, and
record string of triumphs is not native Golden Fan, which won
&et near an end. Oscar Mazuera, her 14th race of the year, shar- 2nd lace "B" Natives 7 Fgs.ure-MI90 ... Pl Clowse 1:S
rode Riqul his last time out, ed top honors in the longshot See nd Race of the Doubles /
again be in the saddle, department as both paid off atA. Vsque115--Sharp, rates v
*RIqui's stiffest opposition, If $20.40 per win ducat. Tops for ,1-Marilu A. V-squez 11 --Sharp, rates o "- even
should come from the once the day was the, Toletao-Nitti- 2-Yoslkt R. L. Gi I early ed.--
armisin dLa nean and the usu- car doublewhiach returned 25.- P3-- iden-Pick V. Brown 1xe 0-
1nuwsluggish Merza Matru. La 20, The dividends: 4-Don Jaime J. Gongora 10x ce In mud only 54 -
wound up a poor last Sun- .FIRST RACE 5-Biscaya J. Bravo 118 -Har to beat today 3-1
d when she quit after being 1-Lady Moon /4.60, $2.60, $2.20. 6-Okinagua 0. Masudra 105 -Improving steadily : -
Interfered with. However, she is 2-Mufleco $4.80, $3.40. ______
Qsext most highly rated in this 3-Volador $4.60.
rp,aM thus far. SECOND RACE 3rd Race "I" Imported-4% F s. Parse $u00 Pool Clmd 1:45
SMerza Matru, which will have 1-Miranda $11, $5.40, $5.20.

competition of this calibre. -One-Two: (Tlln Tlin-Amaso-
e benefit o weak-heart handle na) 8 2-120.40,

*Sutelassed. 1-Ariavel /7.60, (2.80, (2.80. Qulela
ye sePacon Bravo, is expect- 3-Mountain Princess $4.60.
veto turn in at least a credit- First Double: (Ld. Moo- M-2 1-oly e G. Ramos 11 -7xLooms "suhace only 1-1

e vastly improved Regal Chum Quiniela: (Ararel Moahtain 2-Camaron V. Brown l06x-Rates fair chance B-l
ble performance. to s h third cess) $22.8. 2-Intede Mal. YeGo a 1x-oted r best -of bunch
ht wiGolden Wond also may promisingve FIFTHIRD RACE 3-M. Fairfax A. VGonaquez 115 -Fractou at tme 30-1

.olt which is improving steadily, 1-Tlden TFan $12, .40. 5-Jeprina A. Hina lo -Will fght i t d.1
ppars o betill too green for 2-Byazon /$2.820,2.20. --CP alor l CZ 115 d ane to
Atompetitlon of t h I s calibre.. One-Two: (Tilin Tilin-Amazo-

Bherry Time, a weak-hearted n3a) la2.40.
writer, seems to be completely FOURIXTH RACE 4th H" e- f rs $27.0 -

that the now famous "a; 1--Toletazo .0,8, $4.40. th Rc Pol e Nalesala'8 P (2-Tear-Olds) rae
outclassed 1-Aravel /712.20, $2.80, $2.60.

Thesecondary attraction will 2-Mountan Princess $2.20
Save unusual interest because 3-Darlene $3.80. ($2.20. 1-Roly G. Ramos -97xw-utside chance only 10-1
he vastly improved Regal Chum Quiniela: (Ar"ia Mountain 2-Camaron V. Brown 1 x-Rates fair chance 5-1
ets a chance to score his third Princess) $M.2 3-Diez de Malo A. Yom I117 -SeemS best of bunch even
straight win and also may prove SEVNFIFTH RACE 4-Bagdad A. Ordonzalez l11 -Doesn't eInto shape 20-

lt his easy ctwry last wee l-Golden Fan /20.40, $38, $20. 2-ldiren d A. MVasqueaII -No t good enouh t 0-1
7was no f first time that2-BaDelba /25.20, $2.20. 6-Con Valor II. Cru 110 -hod chase tRiqo -1
Like many other observers, 3-8FS ado $2.40. 4-Riqu M

tIon and certainly will not Secend pables: (Toletase- 5-Merza Matru J. Brave 114 -Becond or third only 10-l
!hlat.Wemaybewrong, Nittlear) ;3320.
s writr s. one of thosthe who SITH RACE
thatthe now famous t s "u- 1-Toletazo $13.40, ., .8 th Race "Poll. IdeNalourte'- F P O lg
SRegalte Chum" was just one 2-Rosio $12.20, $8.0. 80 Bo d N Do ble ( 2
the, unexplainable races that 3---Alabarda $3.20. $1,C0 de A --Pool ns :e 2.
happen at race tracks all over h SErNTH RACE 1--herry Time V. Ordof 1 -Doesn't belong he
he world Last week's "alleged -Nittcar /240. $80,6. --l. Wonder A. Vasques1 -Not oodnenough yet 10-

as not th e first tme that De ENTh H $B ACE $3.20. 3-a Ea

h victory over Tan- i-vrstleordia st., ($, *
Shave run cgton Gtrary n o 2-3Ta-For a $ ?2.40. 4-rh rted 7 Mauera 110 Day .bel Cb 4
Station ad Stay w nt3-Card gtond D e: ( a Matr Bravo 11 eond or third on 11
ittthe last. We may be wrong, Nittitar) $ .A6'

ut it is or opinion stht he I IGHT Mis KR i
sace. was no "fix." 1-Royal Clai $10.20, $?,..?.
I Getting back to today's sub- 2-Roadmter /, ?. th Race "" Imported- 7%F.P FPurle $45 Peeol CleA .

SbIERBITB. etwe- (nEA.
feature, the Chum will have to 3-Charoley Coerly bRaecame thethe

s^ Prffingalone pursuit favor target for New York 1--8esmo A. Va aes llf -Rates top call a2
tendrwith such horandss a e fo otuinlelba: (t fan' bom-Ro 1-Golden Tap H. Rui' 10eet t -as rh competter io -
how Me I, moJnaquim tarlzo a but master Or) M$i an w t 3-Inveal Presot 1 -ates fair c 11
d ntismore h nigh rte ain- NINTH. 4-.r Windsr Pelslcop 110 --ahould be cl u -i-
al than those he beard tlaston Green 1-Merry Mason $ b8, $.k's0. -Double In A. Mena 111 -H8- rtronges$talroh 4-1.
But he has improved to such 2- lama $3.20, $2.20. ($2.20.n ngsh Mary R. L. G 108 -an't be. inore 4-1

.11 in a row against Missippi 7-Apretador V. Brown 10x -Dropped a claK 2--1
Stent that he s once more r taBosss 2. a 8.Portbelo A. Gonzale 10-Would be big ue .
Writer's choice to win. ne-Two:is bittererieMason-. a- Atom .) Julo Rodr. 112 -eems ctill gre 30-

rday, Verticordia ran 10C s Ned) J. Bravoa 11m -2Apparently S ae mu -I
ength victory over Tan- Ite c1ootil ea60-., $? .c '

0I A A- MOlt tabli4hed a t"e-"ame a ten-
E e dace rord or O Stadi 1-P. atiotcao Rui115 -ling a Md
O 4 ic ooaD Die ms May e 2-Vampytresha una 107 Dance 5-1

in I La contendin s Ai-AO D rAKers 3-chingMr. Foot VR. Brown X-Com oform v
,from early b sr JO ii 4-nGacoSAu R. GuDrra 1106 -A rently off formr25
e oRId kept within O 5-ranero Hidalgo 108 -Mied t
alu f she- istUeMiss King ..

o En to and CoDl 8ar Carr Har a eur o G. Prescdt,1l8 osorite olCloses 41:4 1
I(ed by- going awa-y. Ceae MM ha o peer 7-Carti Oea 102-ary peed
SState Bi ed the pace -Corta) H. Ruls .-Could h p

irth Tan.I Vgd J. Bravo 110 -Distance Coar bm
S..lose pursuit. avo.. trg fo Y 2 -glChusmo RA. Vasuez 11 --Seteks top calr 2-I

:eomwand on theB foal fs2--Golden Time A. MIque 115 -Was never bettr 5-1
coud nt with.d the win- forget b m. 4-e. Windsor A. Phillips 10612 --ould be 5-4
fl ,CartG reen Te for Rebel tailback's' 5-NeDoublrdge In A. Mena R. 1120x -Has stronul core at
S13 pa mpletions, including 6-nglish Mary V L. Casil 120 -Alway t be i es4-1
11 In a rw against ssipi 7--Apretador V. Brawnz. 120 -Dopped a elat rm
S. StateIn 117 still stads a a 8-Portobelo A. onL ale 1005-Would bet big d .u15-,
mark In this bitter seriec"9-Atom O.)Julio Rodrig..112 -See still grow0
10-Chic's Ned) .. Bravo 11a -Appare tlynot rsdy W- 1,
4 Columbus. Ohi R te "E- .
SrX = 0ae d Clem. -. P :15

4 GDjf-- D2if &e My --Vampiresa J. dhuns 107x--Distance tre 1: 5-1
6-C.4 .UI-- 3LA _nes( AIL-AiO--Mr. Foot V. Brown f --Comn .
R-CNUmGCI -OW DOLDR Celo -(NEA -- 5-Granero r. Hidalgo 108 -Minsed up" sI "14
ow !C amgnhaDalMa .ar 4 W s ay. Carroll str- 6-HurAc.a .Prescott, 8.-Favoriodaf ,15-
Sn (e) -- Vi idy C Akab "me ass o m er7-Carls II orte 102-Early sed -,ml "1
Chum-FolomI a 11 s a-- j --Plropo) -V!SIV -l should ucp m .,

,a 16th Rane 'C' Imperted-4% Fg.ur$o N i uui
1--3uo Vadis J. Bravo 110--DIstance aid 5- Chum R. Vasquez 112 --Seeks third w t

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Yugoslavia, 7 Re ,ember PeRe .bor0
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t" .."Let t 2pthe know the truthaate" AIraham Crewn7019,e dheeanall pato"eoI
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'lhe Yugoslav government an- rw pend e en .the t S e
ne d ialg y o thae T- I Twelve' years ago America suf- claration of Indepndence and 41dprice 'hat was
uoslavia andialy a TWENTY.Nnha PANAA, R. P.. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1953 tI Ct eltb te e overwhelmingg defeat the C ItuUbo the United Th
gd to lithdara their trooa -- a rt l harbor. Enemy forces States a trlt 'to make it HS1rbod Coruivr
fomi each owthders frontiersir.tro os ored dreamed of victory clear to fu retu erationu thtt the or
xpeomeact rouhd Of Se recy .. ole were no ooe td
tg the agr.e.en,.. o-Cei.r safety long it
wtill end its ban on xpotUde th art tv .o,-.. '"...Io we truth ongl .h-
strategic materials to Yugoslaa .pect Shroud Of S ecreCy Ar the. bies A
soi But itr l-aame I1 e rallied American thouh two ow-& s a t pt
is completed, the Foreign tOffi froni.the an eir tradi- turned hav ened the bles ad O t-
sa etid. th Foreig n e f *A m -s. spirit of cour- ings bes towed 9a heir t s on R l
t wa rSenate Ieponvestigrtation edf eou te n
goslav Minister to Rome Pavie 1 al to mind struggle and sr war abed w mont
0 history's years and ge i ttind ,it c a to
a Aeiagreementn was reach n aed a: ,inRec '- pld- o
Gregoric WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 (UP>- mittee sources said similar re- government, in a note delivered 1946 after workI briefly or s of hstory ea and ood t action to
Gregoric-- Senate Investigators will -ues- quests will be made soon on Al- Thursday, that even the time the Sitate Dep rten t. W ni"Ter ar in t Americand ai achtor urlten C America o re.
tion Igor Gousenko in tg testger Hiss and Harry Magdoff. and lace f.or the interview Halperin testified torer the wer arhe sin the suce and avory at the t ortlbling Sndat e oIs
Tenants On Scos i ede te a e Depa shoud b r "w ord subcommee last M h an The h et b
r ed espionage in this country, it that only to u r Americans might endanger Gouzenko's se- fused to say if he W ,a Gbmmu- teM swa poo Ours is p'eioua t u a
Premie Glsitnk Napoleona sacred heritage, the etk
SSimultaneously te Senate in- questioning to e conducted Dulles note designated ener Mado whose swor had car- for the first tie, er ly gece.
ele o to: exile on the Island threatened frm destruction Tere is ng that "od
I I y subcommitteeN under Canadian auspices. The and subcQmmittee counsel Rob- the War Prodi Board In ofirt to elena, the sd threated f roittruction te l i ang that
Ameri Lateanedlord sti Department Canadaas go-er set wu ert Morrito do the question- 194. He left the ernment b from withapt en witi? slowa ng, but He alWitya
ate uman admis- have the final word n what ing. In ad41tion, Jenner would Dec. 27. 1946, whef resigned a .raptWhat is happening? Ho ca pays.'
EW S A ot ret orsentoFBI reports o part .ofthe testhiony could be have a clerk-sten rather, and $9,975-a-year jobIn the Con- n eon tha weelded the this be? Because H doe not rard
land Dec 5 (UP -Tenants of' accused of C mnst o- made public. a representatives of The U.B. em- mere Department cooeror'aswor as did Adolf The strength of Amrica had or panih In a hurtory, ny
De c .an t snn s o f l e r k a c c u es ted o f C o m m unt e r vi s t e d o n !D e p a r t m e n a d a r e v e a l e d m o u t h t o p r e v e n t l e a kT. Bothas u f fe r e d i ge vo m i n b e*n r o o ter I n d iv i n e t tet hd e c e
Sir Adrian Dunbar. the Amer- nections con- i uzenko, a wrd of Canada bass in Ottawa would bet pres- Kasean worked for 4he War itl erdt B ui omin- deo n rooted in dvta e tt, plea decve ss
wanha dym anehotbec m eheu l edsit in ontheS ovsent.wh adm s e .the f
acan ean tvmane whei Secmtland, Wlla E tene In Ottawa in 1945 and helped Production Board,- e Treasury Onego Hlfer's. toe Nazi off- in the arid soil of materialistic, sure i there s a final reckon.
laird of an estate ih S William E. Jenner (R-Ind., rack an tomics g The subcommittee wants department attend the Office of n rank made atheism. -it : escape .
said today he is such a *nice subcommittee' chairman, .asked now i living n a remote t- F information on ialpern, War Mobilization before leavingent as he ascended It's frghtenngto observe dur ar
A m ..r.. ....r..a.e. .the TrumanFitminis, I hadetthegoinanmeordionidhat47.g.eIn addjtion, Johowr wohldNDec.iV. t9e6,aWhen headeeside-dpA Wa-owarn 'hadecauseeabthethiseb-?
eliow' they don t even mind Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell, Jr. rio village under an aycumed Kapla, Fit erad, Hise and the government o mid-1947. He fli g the N ing rthse st~h o bearpivhe d r eOdb der as uahe berih
i. 'n S the rent, Ito supply information On Maur- name. Magdort toe eosie the lt aUlo has refuseD to anwer ques- nenr ttsra ad uriAlThepistn dera dsakig plc d us phen bee on
Luncar sai down at a small ice Halperin. IrVing Kaplan and Secretary of State John Foster of nine "criti casesea" lt is tons about ebmmi mu. u o a p~. orsideB upholding right
desk in the Galloway Ams Ho- Ewarld. Sucom- d to te studyingin the isple-lib-agov- Magdoff, Halpernb Hiss and otWas only because of our beloved America, as- well as she's id mght.
te six weeks after he rnment inquiry touched of e named in a N.technical reasons and unfor- in other countriethroughout T ho cherh freedom
had left his home in Upper Fair-m I by the Harry Dexter White 27, 1945, FBI report on Commu- ntitit incidee thatr we lU t the world, which, ie reducing mt do al in their power to
month, Md., to take up the an- Lowl T11case, fist a espionage, the war It was not just ill men to the level of beasts Who restore to every sphere of ab-
ent barony he inherited. e L a It already has placed the Fitzgerald worked fi the gov. lue-~ and. treasb. Rather God sow hatred, treaon, destruction d vt life the pi
Oane by one the tenants on record evidence that the Tru- ernment from 1941 until Sept. 19, hadpaed sentence -on Hitler. and murders t o wch. this nation de-
his rMochrum Park estate st ep-- man administration received 1947. Hiss was top State De- ha asped dit on him and This godlessness wbicl is ai
ped up and paido the Martinm0as A J irS ff adverse reports on Harold Olks- apartment official imtil January his system which we served in dermining America can mean We'i a tremendous popu-
SR s o h ser, V. Frank Coe, Victor Perle 1947. He now ssrv a five- a tate of mind hostile to God." her eventual destruction evei l in the ast ten
acre estate are dad twice year- o and Solomon Adler some time year perjury sentene r deny- A stated of mind hostile to though the threat of Comunu- c some might fasely
Stoda and on he firt before these men left govern- ing he gave secrets to a Russian dod -- that ws the downfall sm should disappear v give us added tregth
ol August the gn of the From the Air Force Publica- Like the pelican the iguana nmeat service, spy ring. d. ,of th Nazis and the Fascists The- famous warning of word wer. As ne shrewd
Lammas tterm tion the Carihbean Breese' has a pouch under its chin, but milperin was an employee of ste .lseefe o ti- am Penn has greater meaning Aerp t Ipt: "More and more
Lammas t .comea s the following piece of In- we doubt if you can make that the super-secret Office of Stra- i today than when he voiced are *a g for less and
Bob Adams, who farms slight- formUo0nonon Hfe and tintes rhyme like the old "beak will gteic Services from 1941 to 1945. more than 50 years ago. "T h. e a
S nbre thea half ormsthe es- of that delighI anlmal-the hold more than..." jingle. He left the government in July people who are ibot over a Hasbr Day let u
gtelud, siea after h e ofag Beliig a lizard, the igrana lays by God will be rFez by r wsr our war dead and
'tate, said after handing over If h are,. people at Al" egg 12 o 20 at a. tlmfnv-- lh e ad L: tbled. Let us hope

United States." ed and the second would be that booty to bury their loot, they leftC o ng oed,- nu d fatlt
After colectin his rentr, they've beenarn hibernation dur- their excess dogs goat andrats thyat ton p pm11 aue e ni *o1 flowerr
Dunbar told newsmen he hoped in their stay here. And in this on the Islands. Goats can live on r Ao t godless .
to find a place to live in the climate, who wants to hibernate? cactus, and dogs can like on V ,. this godless dogma. enjoy pese on eart
vicinity of Mochrum Park soon. Nevertheless, we feel lightly goats. That left the rats out of NEW YORK, Dee. 5 (UP) S -- l "" -at The big battle ou ay is
It is a very real pleasure to constrained to dp a bit on the re- the economic picture, so the re- Atomic Energy Commissioner g for man's irit. willt A
meet these fine people who are markable beast. Whether you dents crounged up the eggs of Eugene M. Zuckert said today e n s put
my tenants," he sa'd. "Lady likS his looks or not, you've got various reptiles on the beach, the government must maintain : .3frRfy ,. o r a r t the c
Dunbar and I want to come and to agree that he is unusual Their operations just about wip- control over atomic production ..,a n ofteatep is dn g heg rain t he W
live among them as soon as we ed out the great turtles of Gala- "so long as this world exists In ofhate is during ahead in the
can find a place. The great Now, there's uanasadgos as generation after gene-trotble half-peace." battle. The deatruc~on of a ll
reception an wonderful wel- there iguanas. Wth that Ptr ration of eK were eaten in- He told the 58th Congress, religion asthe final step n the
komI these k amherted people nouncement bellind us, let's just stead of haChe. aponsoted b the National Asso. C communists' plan for conquest
have given stha afomf thing we m- cug 'em in SIei. (t ly, elation of tManfaturers, that of the free world Is today a' -.
will 'never fo naiT. Thtere.s no s' on "'se e But, for some reason or anoth- the to int s doing all It dangerous palbillty. With lma- A e. 5 (P)-iarry
ornameThe ter uar an pl ere er, the rata wouldn't touch Igua. can TO perit prvte industry levolentI dealu the followers ,of .n began thu m
The aneestral- mansion has for singular and l na eggs, so the lizard tribe o to have a share of atomic devel- Karl Marx "th children of ru l
bt been lived n since 1945. guana that section survived most no- moment. darkness" seem to be sur- The even dayhis will tell
Drty rot a nicesliketetyIn, many roo msstfal lwthin f .l bdark ess"n.epito beessr us d o atee rfodays winl tell
Dry rot has set In, many rooms Iguana are fam of large bly. That might prove that even But, he, aie 'o long as atom- easing the effort of h"chl- h i been' strick-
have hardly any floor, left, the lizards which live chi fly in the being an iguana Is quite a com- im weapons are imiortant-and dren of GCd." tehhe Jhe ... j most horrible
roof leaks and there is no fur- topical regions of North and plicated business. Indeed, even if We are to be S *P We know the destruction of Snd dagly Iease* known-
itoourf eaks and there Is no fheur s south Americ. ot varieties We know of at least two Gal- controlled, as an indispensable religion to. be the 'Cooist ;
"hopeful" that eventually he are said to liv as fa north as apagos guana types. There's element of any wold dsarm- LT. CDR. E. X. PRA NO, Chapln for the Naval taton, Coco oal because Karl Mar o d- Br w itten
"hopeful" that eventually he Missouri, but t obabl an "Conolophus Subscritatus," a met plan -thele 1i and should Solo, anrd Cdr. David A. Sharp (right), Fifteenth Naval .Distrist creed It. He said: "At a certain and. hd by a rabid monrel.
will be ab to live there ugly rumorstarteb a dgru peculiar 'Paos Island type, beinvitablya rle for gv- Chaplain, carry out the wishes of an unknown turner by pla stage th struggle must be He wal away from the cen
mtped Republlca Wn 1948. and an amphibious one known eminent in the development and ing a wreath on the grave of Theodore Luyster. This is the transformed into the strug le without. tvc his -name and,
Prohibtion Repeal do" u ha'an a "Abyyhynehus Cl" eguhtion of energ." ninth consecutive year a floral offering has been received trom against God. Whether e after the dt ed of the disease
r|V|||u|||i||Vnotrundonudpl, whiheqto rmay or maY"t which spends all Its time In the iHe recommended that any new the unknown mourner, called Jehovah, Jesus, Buddha, city offical made a widespread
Bm od i dnfound er t st It water and eats sea-weed. You'd atomic le Islatb e ted by (Offielal U.S. Navy photo) or Allah." Knowin this, why search for him,
ASHINTON Dec. 5 (UP) ance than toprotect fro huwantin by Papt Robinwl-soaed, too, Congress am con he said doon't we putf a stop to it? Throu utahecity, he
The Methodist Board o Te- danger. pa, whs en If you vdently rea d amonier lot of "that. high degree of spell out to o the Fn The n0 ta' create t fear came knojs Mr X," t

perance ssd today that 20 years books and knew the solution to -precisely in ne legislation what and Marxian Communism doom- D eriei
S of prohibition re peal have "- 'most everything, made himself may -be done and how it should n e d. orft eu Sne-
brought sharp rises in alcohol- 2 F ria IU h a lariat out of some stout twipe be done woald be outmoded The crying need o e D ofthe bl De-
ism crime. and juvenile delin- i fasteneto stick and inay Swi by th k ad steady. For the ninth consecutive year, ribbon. It was sent fronta flower today is for men and. w e t shot
quency e ag m aneu ed.the gimo over the marc of setifIc pogres In an unknown mourner has sent a shop In New Jersey w.e of spiritual s a b o tto gi ea
In a tte Head or Pana onvenient lizard, new field floral wreath r the grave of vo wreaths have een ri sefe
Sday's 20th anniversary of repeal, F I.UHaving the critter thus under L pi.teIu Theodore Lurster, located tn from. flower shops i diffrent resolumate frd t -caIsenof teo d'lledtf iu
It id al h s had t Mu control, Papa jammed a straw Zuckert paid argamen s that the veterans ison of M0unt states. h b
r r oteran ssDtcIn moPMroo me u hta tes, an ghre u m a ad ig nityven Be 1as t m -P si Ite eufon n
a al had o lelques td the a h i I eor n Its nostril'cut an atery and atomic energy a hould be turned Hope Cemetery 3Canal Zone. According to available records, home in our cho, In our

be not icalle ee th eth Iguanaburgers wver to private mindustrnt ime- As usual, the wreath was ad- Luyster's next of kin ws a w we dbern.m n- re ain, ou taar-
lead t ei and eole ish on the Rob- diately inore "tw ard facts:" dressed with only the return ad- listed aa Mrs. Beatrice Luysr m piatmtloowt e b i-l4 tan 14 day
fwto tre wuolmeta reeoaidle- -FSortheA skr*.S cience ad i ert s id thav u a the colonGtrollasa Ied by r m tr wrlihnth oberteand

tolo ot ng t e awhol e du d pothe yo sgadet ,ss wience a nd P es o Klly $ M usi d o te ol mru nd with nabe a toma" lress Lt la m f w shop and a mreon e 70 ron 5ave9 e sey As w reatl 10 nd t rlana or rn aco
lsperhapid"theyeoasyokrhofrt"tas bl baat y ernementoben oe p quest that it be placed on Luy- City, N.J. It has never been pl- the sNrifces of the heroic C "o r d, Snarr
taxation." medicine. Both are graduate n oalo b ati m atet f s 111ouop ste's graveolo whconducth bears only the erfull tainted if she the eN der. Woil abar Itthd 5A ad frtarn and

Yet, it said, the number of al- students fn anthropologri State mrl role iItary honors funde- numbers "2200" CIo r umas e of old rn p rnd Wl d War fotdUnAsw or lda -Waer
phodlles in tles country i ncreas- special bents toward etanob- a o i 'UP Luyster and LCDR E. X. Praonot h i es ofraedupnan artlnle abomt htst ri ut b.'Her
l es with which the repealNts trail today fhso .e Panama City, am 2. "Private mne mentEach yearn t the reoathi o a n d- Luy death are u ta hn neo
creasing at an erican peope rapid Hanama. Robn Mlls, 27 nd neafford-at this stage dressed ton Luyster, himself, an cgorthat WarIoae Na travnto
PUnivepro ity sen ito,ut iah jungleoY- ccatA n w rt not helr but t the is ne the unknown s m an officrerand ape h da 1
who were promised that repeal 25-I-ud Mus-po -the millon f dollars required care oT a former District Chap-swile on duty with whnth-ubr po|ntmnt. they're .I '.as n t | wel

FBwould oing gre atly redushow e d 831 ar- "snorkel" mcy wlees. t w m to fool around with the a a n evergreen wreath with pine SaBD dive-bomber crashed they observe 1 d l r s ad i stran-

rests for drunkenness per 100,y small bankroll the two hope to afternoon, e e cretr 1.A I TNDec. 5 (UP)- cones which came tied In red burst^ ito le shorl. after
000 persons in 1932, the boad get up to 78 miles a gallon on spvt Official sources here said today plain at the Naval taking off onthen stationed at the tCo e l fr n bell
Yet, It said the number of a- students in aderoolo with el ine e military honors funeral for A
hsaidcs add that this shot up to the snorkels ,b towar eth no wa n fod 'p y le fLuyster and LCDR E. X. Pralno, foes tndua atied abance oto
Said eer s T A e overnight i a m ir ba b and are scheduled ththe grave In accordance wih olombia, i n which two Na y era cA ref g to'snd
easing taneverme.(rp)-apd'ProtectMi, ,to perform before the King Pt zti SIby theunknown-sender'snwishhesi. men, an officer and an enlisted"h. ..
prae. -n yat ay that 0 a bes tral- T land at the s Royal reiodene -ieuinnw leitTe h ist ed Dr.a w a wee k le w n tl
b rtsha howed831am-obo5- pain-roat Ambhorn Palace on Sunday anes eergeen wlreath witheine wsB dive-bombere crahed teau wpar
hpo "snorkel" motorcycles. With af n Deca d 1AS TO ,a de U one hc came otied burst into fl ames shortly after,
resm, for darunkdeniness per 100,- small bankroll the two hope to terings paese etar yer O sisoue heraietdh opBDinewJaeri o f A rihe
(1e p se onsfIn 132, the getiupatc78tlsafformedpo1rifficultiesp Iaent- nknowda.y.y.trdied.
saidkfddovthatathiswihotoupetottheefnorkelh.2he2tt his privajesoeretry ga Ous ll urevent there Unid

dated twy years ago that thf Tulane UniPaersty they said ro alj ander anc et caw th ersn aiduel ich sbo h at froma l section ofm opqadntalrt the boe dis were arttahed to " ttm t t ,e b odaes.w e e et rn e-i n our scho ols, i....r
osnsaiyead 3,800000 alcoholics they wilU w1tu the tr I O ong ths r ny'Pltfls sche- Czeehplovakla, but that thewAsuuIhC Sl vlaI
drinkers." a for i ctith p ltht l dittod wIll be th. igng's l O in thesr tate Department. i R m WilIna' d Uecau f -wartin.mberrootrio -
en otytIng night clubs spew from giant dsmh to dul .thee "R o ainatusl inore an ts :" dre ssed wit ony th e re tuoudi t e as o unt kre u tr-$re
deekienof hfalq r riFr hbso,,_I' v et l eior ntsobqerned 'u Ct J, th a so n ev e b e
1^ causee death- and "Our bite. wl Io af"whers a ht,'m. lhC.h a' $ A A n It.. .. ... 'A.. .- i-....... tB".i' I&.

S Utiaft." it declared, "while a mule can. A we- flg-e "ell no~ V -.v7m 't' Would not Communlst saboteursh h II Lb mae .. _ki uyuwur
taerns loose upon our Cit.Y be able to see whet tho si tvS8ola frhs1-ic ba.vtuls the sale -because of tied the lto* 6 e
murders, rapists and ha- do with the plpt lUfe around FMl rran radet he was Q lades geofUnitednStawesoclitCzend Itonisaove
fill reportorial columns them. We'll watch.-how they b the Cugat music staff in L* tchoselovakia. by opeanstam p e C lt
Amferican press with ato- make rope friom be tenoes Csywood. u sSON lYiotheroffiaal omeast--cL t
tsa',a_ Hyrror aw brutaliOttryof."oalieast-
oterror, and brutality." frpon trees, clothing, to Cugt also obtained royal per- dal~ 0 th lntegeran a-ent
but we're esope6isUy interested ao to Alay that thist government -o'r
mlls plont ay theKlonp m fto rsle h W talaz goderbd nmend t Cm -
;o Snipers tin their medicines," lid iith. to the publ.. ha .deOlOin andAM s.I
nipers"We expect to send -out Sam- ,_Mug the matter.
ples to Florida stat 9 mu-t t the earlier in. on
AT RAL Dec. 5 (UP) sIm and lab OyjR' AOL b e'aStartt13. s.a reIsinother
an Pacific Railway we'll getc t ITa, L1= t. dcrifononn te
M'e-bee wun markfudh ter's thesis, WkI. It t
to work in the Wilnd.or -
'hee. Their Chk:istm~lw ]aft
Swill be to shoot down t
'willch escape friint Hlih !L O W eaftm e a fully ment by Cgch-
'adaand rise to the 3: 12 tm ............ 951'a.m. 0JC the UM!g % t-n wmill to -Arl
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