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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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tion rates go into effect, Ponam6 CaeineaIpleyews
still up JI the air today as to ,t insurance co ,'
they will get.
To date, no group plan el eeing offered UM
by the isrAnce oies. AH of their hospital eiJnmom
ical coverage will ha to obined on i
Inquiries made of the Canal administration,
Canl ZTone Credt Umion, and insurance col^e .,"
the the Zone show plans to ne sti nebulous and 'm u .
As far at could be- rrleed to- payroll deducon ta
day, not one emplMe hWs p- id. H er thMi
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a* o vAn e5m 4VAN o4 00o By VICTOR DIESEL
"HIS IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN Were I writing this one for the
movies, all the major studios, pool.
I Ang all their Jim Cagneys, Edward
'H E G. Robinsons and George Rafts,
M A IL a could not cast It as it rolls in r
-- real life on the dark streets of our
The Meil Bex is an open erum for readers of The Paneme Am er- bg ctes.
/an. Letters are received gratellly and are handled in a wholly cotl-. The mob is fighting back. Fenced
aelt mnem in by at least three, Federal Grand
It you setr ate itt don't be Imeatleat it it d0es't appear the Juries, one state. Investigation
Jent day. Leaters ae pm lished I N"M d krcv v one county probe, one Congreslonusl
Please try t.keep the letters limited to one pwg gth. search and heavy ,pressure for
Identity of ter writers a held in stristmet coidnees, Pgoon hunts in four other states, the
S This M esppe assumes aq responsibility for teestsi : es opIniON crime syndicate which has made
i some unions part of their racket
mp n latres trom mi a is slugging back.
* MORE ABOUT CHRISTMAS MAIL On the New York waterfront, .
big black cars glide up to AFL
Balboa, C. Z. men, slug them and leave them
fractured in the gutter. Nine oat
Thank heaven, the word has come down to the Director of these men are now in the hospital.
Fits, from highest authority. Santa himself now maybe the In a recent garbage strike a
ried post os'ice clerks, and the suffering public, wiUll get some knife and blackjack quad In a o st
t Uef this year.
Hears have been shed for the poor store clerks who reach ers.
ristmas in a state of exhaustion but how about the'local poet There have been m
office workers, bombarded by frantic pleas from all sides, who but the most signifies
work beyond their strength Jn an effort to get the mapl out d cbate with the s e
lpckages distributed for everyone only to fall every yea ,.*fr oin t which sent i O.'
Op fault of theirs? a former St. Louisa te
* Why all the penny-pinching, at this season? Surely the preaS-. U on Local 562
eare exerted from above to pare down expenses, and make a show- right out of this world,'lm g
Ig forte budget, could be relaxed for a week or ten days, for th knowledge he had & a ia's a
this good cause?. welfare fund of Whiceh he wka oaee
! It Is more than maddening, to see a mountain of packages director.
IA the rear of the post offices, and feel that some of them sure- Brother Hale departed suddenly
i must be the ones you've been waiting for ordered well in Brothery whle standing in thenly
alivance but delayed In shipment and still undistributed when doorway of his St. Louis garage
the bell rings Christmas Eve and children must be disappoint- a few weeks ago. And the poace
a and lose the thrill of Christmas gifts, belatedly received after for some reason began searhng
(jnristmae is over when for the lack of a few extra hands, hir- for an old Capone hand by the
Pi for the season, they must remain in the post offices over the name of Rollo "Blacldke" Dean who
Christmas week-end. was on the local's payroll for a
Santa ls right the public is paying for it' How about it, while, with little to do but draw
Mr. Director? Can't you have a heart and break loose from a his check. Rollo apparently drew --' -
few squeezed nickels, this year, for the sake of a flood of happi- enough to get himself a new home.
raess? But some mean fellow blasted it
Hooray For Santa! full of shotgun holes shortly after
MARGARITA SCOUT SHACK real rough after a while -A md the .
Federal want to take a good look I m', B
Sir: at it all, including the welfare y 0i ii
* A short time ago there appeared in the Mail Box a letter ask- fund, which is causing such com-
Iag that the Barber Shop Singers be asked to come to the Atlantic motion. 0 .
Bide. It has been arranged by the Margarita Recreational Asso- WASHINGTON -(NA)Nt The verified s .4 a i I u inelud- .PN
ciltion to have them come to .the Atlantic Side and the date has So two Grand Juries are being molt important question. a tA e inr ate e .a. be .
been set and the place for the entertainment has been picked. impaneled there for action this bnhower p'. n. faoro on -
We are very fortunate in securing the services of the Good|veek. More indictments safely can hceful use of could b to
People for Friday. Jan: 22, 1954, and they will hold forth in the be predicted. At the same time the rugh the United a C "Is, Last.Ye
Auditorium of the Cristobal-High School. Tickets will be on sale St. Louis civic leaders are trying *What ha s next? '' a c
ron for the price of $1 per person. The proceeds will be umed for to get the FBI and the Treasury TN Icoaniderable fea .
the building fund of the Scout shack in Margarita. This Scout prober and accountants to the P t
thack will be for all Scouting on the Atlantic Side In the U.S. across the river into Southern I- olcy to the U.n. as E 1.t
Comm-unities. linois, where shooting is expected pl iy tor U. 4
S. R. Cunningham especially in and around the unions a =ey a
stallation labor. 5sOaJto. 'a .
There is more pressure on the .
government for an examination of United N a At O i
Chicago and you can. count on -.iemblysmesa erI i
some of the House Labor Commit- more ttat o J0
tee Congressmen to get up and out iIt, eiel ti ear.Sl
ALJ o P shout for it immediately ale r Im
I KA gress reconvenes unle the ps a
TU I tis tal pressure Is too great.
House Labor sub-committee, in"- C4 0 wg
nelpolis under the chairmanship 8tCOOi0g.C"";"'.
Doroh nof Rep. Wint Smith (Bt. Kam.) a dw-W ft ath eft
man who Just doesn't like to get -liam atthe
pushed around. Plus C s. .
Meanwhile, out Detroit way, a hev ab
Wayne County labor racket Grand w ... s a'
.Two Pictures: ~iefif of Jury has been extended for six T~ beeia "h ."

Dorothy tlamour, in "THE LUCKY THIEF" ready to summon witneses before

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*.' ,. -, bring some union officials terrifiIc-. ..illl
"DON'T TRUST IN YOUR HUSBAND" ally profitable commit s sionSfroms- bu,,5lak e u
pl-ace them with the major comns a- a __r _alNO F Ap_ t _._ kGaa
PENIN FRIDAY! WEEK-END RELEASE' panles. So lush a touch has this be-
come that some of the most power- I .
..fu operators in. the rackets have
G T told eireople toforget petty
P I ./stuff, keep their unions cleanWne
S- get the welfare fund business.
I"1~ MVir *Some of them certainly succee- ,- : ,-s.- "" .
ede, and ma y an hoest uis 'a ., .. /
chief has angrily pointed ost that
this is made easy because of the
difficulty unioes have in aing1W
their insurance directly with the 'ere. a
insurance" eqimpanies. A*-M*.
they all must lace theira1
through agents. Of course, itaC sh u
scores of else, insurance agents -
-lbut there are those who aren't.'L
The have been kicking back liter-
ally million of dollars to those
S- who control the unions under susI
TIVOL BANK DAY S100.00 CASH AND Most of this will be sptlighted
by special New York Stal investi-
FREE! At 5:00 and 9:00 p.m. ators who will hld hearings be.
ore and after.ritmas. It is re-
Also: THREE PICTURES! orted that e of these funds
"FARGO" with Wild Bill Elliott on the dollar.or
"ARCTIC FIGHT" and "KIDNAPPED" It should also be pointed out that I*"Pa
AFL president George Meany, un-
,he exposures of a network he I.t-
-* .____ "herited, will continue to move Bl- A
.. .....- though he already has spent much a" a
Sofhe past year flight ga many- ra
fronted was o"the interlocking

Some of us. asked Mean the
: ', other day just 'what he woud do.
He looked squarely 'at as and said,
"'We can mat theirr muscle wita
Cos t Lc, !o Sell at those wel.are funds a.s soo as
anything is exposed." It's a touh .
a House Thii Wav! ght for a mha Who's bees
dent pf a 100,000 member o
Iog sell i t trst you g gou less than a ysr..
Snce you sell I less cas t But Meas'p a. be tough, too.
you when you run Ittle Want And it sun5e lobb ke he meaLs
RJAd ,n ,I-. *n .- Americon. to be.

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M6on daily, as long as his
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B R *wavelw gsome day be
taMl't till but this prob-
Ily wonWt be I* a -log Ime, ac-
cordi to Dr. NHutert rgms, :so-
lite profssr of entomology at
Peon ptoe College.
Dr. Fringe said research in the
field has been handicapped by lack
of interest and by scarcity of
equipment capable of ending out
sound waves with frequencies
above 3,000 eyeless the maximum
capable of being picked up by the
human ear.
However, he said a machine has
been developed in France, capable
of sending out 27000,00 cycles.
The macmeb will enable research-
era for the ffist time to transmit
sound waves at almost any fre-
quency they desire.

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In Clia Jan. 17
CHICA. {UP) Thi National
Assoeiatim. f Home Builders will
itage its mlst elaborate convention
here Jan -IT1.
A rehd. attendance of ,o000
builders, areldto suppliers and
others iw expected ior the 0loth an.
niversa convention and exposi-

;. The cavanmlim win feature in-
OIR. formaslk cfMCal presentations
AuG- deidpe to mualnt builden with
mu- the deMdpma m ncon-
the truck thod.
ease Chialman Helnr Fett. Royal
ica. O W.. ., cited residential air
Vi codom as a example.,
ICdiom amathm about the
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Silent.Type Hubby
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JACo O sN M EON woman has to be able to listen."
Sa woman educator recently point-
By OSWAI D JACOBY ed out. She didn't list the conver.
Written for NSA.-Service sation-killeps do many wives in-
dulge in, but If she had these
would probably have ben in-
; cluded: I
S One. The habit of turning a gen-
eral topic intv a discussion of per-
NOR~ 1* I onalities. So .women can do
4 4Q43 ,that with any sbect a man brings
8e4 up. Sim Sm says to his wife-
S'10 8i S "Bob Blake made an interesting,
S4Q 10-5 4 talk to our luncheon club today."-
WEST 'EA.T ( 1) and Mrs. .Smith says: *I don't'
6 1097 i48know how anyone as intelligent as,
i 32e 6K 5 Ihe is could have married-such a
4732 ? lame-brain." And from there on
7 4 l3E A K8 it's Mrs. Smith's discussion.
S932 6,AK8 8 Two. The habit of expressing
soUTl an opinion as thpugb it were the
&ASS final word that could be said on
9AKXQJ 8 7 !a subject. Any woman who likes
SA K 2 to- have the last word is sure to
6 J end the discussion in short order.
""' North-South vul. :
S A.ast Sanh WMa North Be Careful What You
16 24 Pa s 4 Take as Criticism
Pass 2 V Pass N.T. Three. The habit of finding an
Pass 4 Pass P implied criticism in harmless re-
Pass J marks. The man who looks up
SSOpeniang lead-- 2 from his newspaper to remark on
minIthe high cost of food clams up in
,- 1 a hurry if his wife answers his
innocent comment with: "I've
"You may find this just a rou- been telling you how high food is.
I tine hand," writes my friend Steve But you 'lw- ys seen to think our.
White, "but you'd have enjoyed it food bills are high just because
if you'd been there at the table. I'm not a good manager."
I got a real Hollywood double-take Four. The habit of wool-gather-
from one of the players, which ing. No woman can fool a. man
isn't so strange since the hand into thinking she is really listen-
was actually played in Hollywood. ing to what he is saying if her
mind is busy thinking up tomor-
"East had been criticizing me row's dinner menu, er wondering
all evening for my speedy play. whether or not the suit she bought
He said reason was sure to tri- that morning was a mistake.
umph over my fast guesswork, and Five. The habit of reminding a,,
that I surely pulled the wrong man of his limi ations.. Honest,
card several times per session. I now. Haven't you, yourself, heard
didn't contradict him especially, women say, when their husband's
bui I was hoping for something expressed an opinion: "What in
good to happen, and something th world do you know about that,
din Jim?"
S u c h conversation-killers as
"When the accompanying hand those have turned more than one
came along, West opened the husband into the strong, silent
deuce of clubs, and East won with type.
the king. He shifted to the queen
of diamonds, and I took the ace. Jailed Argentine
I drew three rounds of trumps, Jrg
cashed the king of diamonds, and ti
pitched out a third diamond to Politicos Let Out
put East in the lead. B n
B y Peron Govt.
"This all went very fast, in my
usual tempo, but East took his BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 16 (UB)
tide about making a return lead, --Nearly 100 opposition polili-
so I got ready for him. When he 1 oo in po
led the ace of clubs in an attempt cans, who had been in prison
to;get out of the end play, I pulled for as long as two years, have
agpetoutofmyehpand tpy hebeen released by the government
wih ha trump and managed to fum- in anticipation of the early pas-
ble the spade onto the table as sage of a bill granting a blanket
though it was a mistake, pardon to certain types of poll-
tical prisoners.
"East laughed until I thought Authoritative sources predict-
his sides would split. He had wait- -d that more than. 200 prison-!
ed all evening for it, but I had ers held -at the disposal of the'
finally pulled the wrong card. I government" will be release.'
sat there qui.tlY, waiting for while the amnesty ,s being de..
im t lead, 'andt finally struck apd by special aessio of con-
h '- fJhti~e .Jatady set free Include
"He had to try to get outt with Jbse I. Uzal, editor of an oDpo-
a ,spade, ot course, but I let the sition newspaper, who had been
trWek ride to dummy's queem, mak. imprisoned for two years.
ing my game contract. He didn't
say anyr more about pullng the CIO To Present
wrong card."CIO To Present
Very neat, in my opinion. If Yuletide Program
Steve had trumped the qce of
clubs, he'd have had to lead the'At Mount Hope
spades himself and would have A M ope
lost two spade trkks. The "wrong"1
car~gave hi!mnt.e best chance to A yuleicie program for resl-
mnadI his co I dents of Atlantic side communi-
ties will be presented by Local
Incidentally. East wouldn't have ,900. GCEOr-CIO at the Mount
friedt to teach Steve any lessons: Hope Stadium Sunday night at
If he had known him better. Be- 8 p.m.
fore he became well known as a Various church choirs, school
magazine writer and editor, Steve glee clubs and community:
i Whte was one of the country's groups ar- slated to take part on
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eiy Club.t.a ,,

e uastgaeeept- .... .l I .rl, .4i
25 as eutiVa Assist- n '

cas '?ofoe-r i..M .. I. .i th..r..

Mt --HK! III P hrs q.csa Winer. Te at 6:0 Fme Me

it ha
eat tion w
Sl Theater. Mr. lAND MRS. RICH ,tRD L TNOFFd of 6809 Miles unting- no do
to a Park, Cal., leave the irst Methodist Church there following shooti
recent mar The bride i the former Mi f Caroline N.
laughter Mrs. Leo R. Bell of Balboa. An alumna The ha
aRY_ uasled in a' g tCounty General Hospital,AAneu.
M. .Rennoff-. Na~y.-tteranwho graduated fron.t. Johns pd w
Wi Acade y, Is neon of Mr. an M h& aii Tenenoff of a s
.isevenig at. fWorf caax. e

Sa o the Nae-on inD ty is Mrs. YvZonne Bakker She will oeetb
SBook R ew ro of te carge of enatertainhment o Mrs, wiWh
Franln K. Vn andtrge of ref44-A Cu
Mas r ments: and Mrs. ar Bennett. r

at 7 1w 00. THI m-Wiener. Tea will be served t ons. 30
..areask too frund p.m. and- te review. C 6 begin

on C tM
.Kmilstaa r. P. gore* -,a .

y and Mrs. Casten; 3rd, bp oa R h Fl-
Mr. apd Mrs. E. th4th, Mr,. lo and t feddlies member
V. Bwey and Mrs. A. baws; And 18 at 6:00 p.m. at the Win Mem.
b, Mr. W. Van Wie and Mr. T. orial on Balboa Road.
Wilber..-Each family is asked to bring
"-- individual Christmas gifts for its

o agro y this evening at 00 of can and nuts for the children DU
SZthe Fort Clayton N.C.O. Club, w tso be distributed with the
d by the N.C.O. Wivesgft. tP
,--- ty is Mrs. Yvonne Bakker. She will ST
,ek.BRevoowkGroup Ne*lee be assisted by Mrs. Lucille, in
SBook vew 44W.p, Ofthe charge of entertainment; Mrs. Wil.
ments: and Mrs. Marie .Bennett, For -y
THEREAL THING FOR (Continod an Page. Col. 6)

Up- To-1The- Minute
Designs in Home
Unlimited Selectionsufor
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he Voigolander ineuty, e*ngne"hg ddH antd
ianiship have gone into credting this nowew.f.
iw, camerm defined so taMW INTflCIANG&E
* telemeterfinder (viwfinder and rangefinder
a unit) coupled with the lens... and a shor
| which is coupled with film winding. One apeor
rinds film and shutter mechanism. No blanks -
uibes. ts eye-level operation facilitas speedy
ndome, surdy die-cst PROMININT, wit h n.
rather coverig and rich chrome rim, is equip
th the famous Vogandew es, amusing you
parking quality never before obtinable. Hi
wr Rapid M.X FULLY SYNCHtONIZED shutter
uilt-in sef-imer. Taes hardly outined pictures
lecdronic Ilshi aot /S00 second.
Ultron Lenf iinCompur Synchro Shutter
'rice in U.S.A. ................ .$225.00
'rice at Casa Fastlich .......... 181.40

you save...$ 43.60 '
with Fi.S Nokton Lens
Price in U.S.A. .............. .$275.00"
'rice at Casa Fastlich .......... 219.75

you save...$ 55.25
Carrying case.. $12.50


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CASA ZALDO Agenela tn m Petbiealoenes FARMAA W UIDOU
Cenual. Ave. 149 5ftrml Aww Al
No. 3 Lotten." Pe LIMaM*eW i a K.,
rurth af July Ave. 10 Cetel Ave. IJ. P". 5 g vea.' X&41m '

DR WENDEHAKE. Medical ni
Central Avenue "K" Street, cor-
ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama.



c HouMses n boh, Sonto Cl A. Aim
I n COOL Clrpana mountlns. __ __
Phone SIN LYlbo 1389
or' coFtakr th._
Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cottages,
electric refrigeration. gas sto=s:I
moderate rotes. Phorle 6-441 or I

Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re-' .4-567. --. --
ceived in the office ef the Eng. Foster' Cottoo. One mile st
nearing and Construction Director. Santa Clard. Plloae brin6 v"M
Panama Canal Company, Ulboo linnens. e Balbo Z2-1 86.
Heights, Canal Zone, until 10:00 WILLIAMS' Sante Clara beach Cot-
a. m., January 27, 1954, and then togs. Large. comfortable,/modern,
publicly opened, for furnishing oil near beach. Blboe 5050 except
plant, tools, equipment, labor, serv- weekends
ices, nnd materials, and for er-
forming all work for construction hHe c S
of pavements, utilities, house and Clara. a 4i e. PhoneI
appurtenances at Bolboa, C. Z. PO i.-t877. Crhsebal -.1673.
Forms of proposals, specifications, FOR RE T
and full particulars mw jbe ob- FOR RENT
trained from the office of t~h Con- iC
tract and Inspection Division, Room UHong
343, Balboa Heights, telephone 2- ENT-- Vi furnish-
3739 or 2-2698). Specifications RFOI RENT:-n Bel Vista furnish
and drawings will be issued on a ed residence, confortabi. Inquire
deposit of $40.00 per set. Deposit telephone 3-1920,
will be forfeited if specifications FOR RENT:- Spacitos furnished res-
and drawings are not returned ideice, tbmfittable in "La Cles-
within 40 calendar days after to. 5th Stret No.10. .Telephone
opening of bids. 2-1456
FOR SALE:-Boxer Pups, AKC reg- T
Istered. 3 months old. Excellent FOR RENT
with children, see them at La Cho- A m
za, 5007- Via Arango. 500 feet ___ Apa
past rood to Panama Vieja, tele- ALHAMBRA APARnMINTS
phone PanamA 3-5371 or B01a Modern 2. 4 c.nd 5 rooms, furnished
booa 1674. or unfurnished. Alhomnre's Office'
FOR SALE -Refrigerator 9 cu. ft 8061. 0lthi Streeti Colon. Tel-
with guarantee, gas stove, double phone 1386.
bed with box spring, bureau, plants. ATTINT0mN I. Just built modern
__46 St. No. 22. I to 6 p.- m. furniridh apartment, one. t w
FCR SALE: Bicycles 26" wheel. bedrooms,. ie., cld water. Tel.
Ukulele Shot gun Win:hester. ephvne Panama 3.4941.
Hloue 754-B, balboa Rd. Phone R RENT:-Small completely fur-
2406. Balboa. ni!hed apartments to married couple
. SALE.-Co:kcr Spaniel pups, 7 without children, facihg De Les-I
w: old, AKC registered. Wi.l neps Park first flqor. Above oyd
hold unitl Xmna ese if dealrqd Brothers "L" street No. 3. Apt
Q i: 2,6-A, Albrook. Phone 86- :'_______.______
FOR RENT:- -Unfmrished around1




Household Automobiles
FOR hSALE: Electrolux Vacuum FOR SALE:-Morris Minor. Convert-
_leaner, all attachments, good con- bible, new coiditlon, 4,000 miles.
'd on, reasonable. 5964-8, Dia- Quarters 9-B Fort Clayton. Phone
: One "8" Cu. Ft. 25 FOR SALE:-Leaving country. Priced
t friidaire refrigerator, one for quick sole. 1952 Mercury 4
iBffet. 1550 "G" GaviloB Door Sedan, 8,000 miles, 60 cycle
S l aiboa. Tel. 2-1447. ftiorotor, boy's bicycle, living-
' --------- rofm furniture. House 2306, con-
FOR SALE: ;- One wardrobe trunk, oomH
R SE: One wardrobe trunk tractors area, Curundu. Phone
one Lionel, electric train. House 4128.
7!3, Balboa.
'3 B aboa.- :OR SALE OR TRADE:--1948 Buick
I(E2 GIFT OF A RADIO or mixer Super. Ne'W upholstery, mechani-
Swith each trade-in or refrigerator, cally perfect. .7-2283 ofter 6 p.
washing machine or stove for pur- m.
chase of new. Telephone 2-5144,
Panama. IFOR SALE:-1952 Custom line Ford
V-8 Tudor-. Sedan. radio. Excellent
FOR SALE:-Silvertone radio-phone, condition. Con be financed. 042Q-
3 speed, 60 Cyl.; 7 gaolapt. size B Venodo St. Ancon. Phone 2.
washer; chest of drawers; misc. 4105.
Phone 86-7243. duty hours, "I '__'....
S"----'-- --- trs FOR SALE.'-Sacrifice! Leaving Isth-
FOR SALE,:-9 aluminum venetiann mus. Morris Minor 1951 block 4-
blinds, 52" wide 64" long. Ex- door. Excellent condition. I single
cellent condition. 5615, Hodges bed and mattress. Call Panoma 3-
street. Diablo Heights. 0262. 9 a. m. 12 noon.
RSALE:-Mahqgany desk, work OR SALE:--Or trade, 1947 Ford
bench, doll's cradle pointed desk. Stone Wagon. Good condition.
hair dryer. Panama 3-1127. Duty Paid. $495.00. Phone 87-
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse eight foot 5105 or 83-3222. f
porcelain refrigerator with one FOR SALE-1952 Hard-top convert-
year guarantee unit. Telephone ible DeSoto, 13,000 miles, 1,-
2706, Bolbba. 800.00. Call 86-4252. 7 a.
FOR SALE:--Cheap, bamboo living- 4 p. m.
room set, 7 pieces, $40.00. RLA FOR SALE-Buick Super Sedan 1940.
radio, large, $35.00. East 36th St 4 door, tires, seat covers new. Verp
No. Il, Apt. 1.- g ood condition. $250.00 cash
FOR SALE:-$300 worth of rodio Phone Curundu 83-6243.
equipment ports including 21 FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth, excel-
frequency meter, good condition lent condition, 4 Dr. Sedan. block.
eve.,.;hing guaranteed for 5150 650.00. 0560-P, Chegras St.. i
coi. Tel. Curundu 7276. House Ancon. Call between 6 I m.
2 C .. Piece 2-2565.
FOR SALE:-Livingrom, inipric. FOR SALE:-Rush Che'roet converi-
par.try set. mahogany de':k, mir-1 Ib'e. 1949, new ti-es. Peri;ct con-
rors. etc. Eusebio A Morales A_:.i din Phone 2-0388 Av0396.'
El Congrejo, Groqy House with Rec n -.-- .
Dco:. 'FOR SALE -1940 Oldsmojilc. Gccd
.. : ------ -- r- ; parnt, tires fair, raOtor excellent.
FOR SALE: ectric tr;ve. tour, G I leaving,-Must ell.,4. 0 to
burner, large- tize $8' C, s de-. 6 00 p.. m. Pone 2-306.
board $105.00;' wvar'drobe '1'30"- _, __ -- -
00; dresser' 985.00; .io. night FOR SALE,'- Chevrolet Panel I
to!:.les, $15.00 each. Cu: am buil'. ion Inquire at No. 21. Jucr, B
mahogany furniture, ore ,ear u.eo Soso Street.
:y- Tel. 2-3.548., no
-- ---WA TD
FOR SALE-Dining table. mahogany. i AN ED
six chairs $60.00. Desk an4 choia,; A.t
$15.00. House 41%, Gatun Tel. 5- Aitomin te
185. iW eight adrve auto.
FOR SALE:-1946 Indian Chief, A- P
1, condition, $272.00. Write B-x To each ahd every one of you who
17, nBalboa, C. shared and helped us in ou.r gr-*f
817, we would like to express our -in-
FOR SALE:-1953 Cushman Scoote- cere gratitude. It is .e.y t-
$260. 5905 Smith Place. D.cblo. ing to witness such. a m ini.ude of
FOR SALE: B. S. A. Moto'cycls friends, h kncWe ond r-' icw'
125 cc De Luxe model almost nea who sh -i- J'ofinv vai Heler
$300.00 or offer. Panima 3-1127 Wlromis., .
FOR SALE: T ptimph Speedtwin
motorbike. Call -3109. Jnn1 Hig .

"W anted Pnstnionn irk imel-e nfa.f i




floor of residence. 2 bedrooms and
servant's roonm with garden In!|
best residential district, $130.00
monthly. 46 St. No. 22. From I tn |
FOR RENT-One bedrpom unfurnish-
ed apartment. Garage, 168 Via
Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT:--Cpmpletely furnished
1 and 2 bedo apartment,, in
brand new Cutg at 45 A
mobile Row. En uire at House E-I
a Nc Il- A..utoo.liLe Df IRw

FOR RENT:-Small furnished apart-
ment. Telephone 3-5140.
TOR RENTt-nmere flne epeAtmant
three bedreegs, two mel bothsl,
Mser t's ree with ioth, eed d
kitchen, hare Ingroom ea nddin- I
Ingroesss lem;ody. garge, a lkpher
room eluner hoeuM, epeartmet. h,.' e
venetian bila and be* wler I
third fleer, rvey seel all the time. -I
Let us seqw it to yov Phene
PoueiM 34765 or 2-0027.
.R RENT:-Ultra modern one bed-
room apartment iD El Congrejo
with furnishings. Designed by
Heres. Tel.3-0159. I
FOR RENT.-Modern apartment, 2
bedrooms, furnished. No. 6, 16th
street. San Francisco. Call 3-2628.
After 6:0p p.. .r Call 2-0471.

Room 0 I

FOR RENT;-FurnWwhed room, Bello
Vista, private entrance, private
bath, 45 U~blors. Tel. 3-1648.

Dr. I. J. Btrumpf Wi elected
prteadent of the Medidal Asso
elation of the Iathmian Canal
Zone at a meeting held yeter-
da at the orgas Memorial
Lab tory t Panama
Otet ocer elected for 15I1S
wer Dr. R w. BerIer a vice. I
preadMnt Dr. Avey P. o,'
ecetarr suture. .
Pfllowaig b e elections, a sd-I
gentile pro wa preMtdl
by a .tft u-.I
aeAU, CanaI te GcIut'
oeaf, the U
and offtfeof the Ow
aO the VJA 06 1 C.1
The tlcws =W were dlseuu-
ed were: i
"Progna i Mlara Cortrol I

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1642 Chevrdlet Coupe, I
good tires, top I
shape, duty paid, I
$200.00. I

1942 Chevrolet Sedan,
good condition,
duty paid, $250.00.

1941 Buick Special Sedan,
good tires and
condition thruoat.
Free entry, SISO 5..

1947 Nash Sedan.
A real gift at


free entry, $369.00.


Singer Conv. '
A real bargain. I
Free entry, $1000.00


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H Street No. 57

FOR SALE:-Two girl's bicycles
good condition Pr-ce $25.00 ea
OH.. i.No 26. 50th Street Ea
.-OR SALE-Boy's Roadrra:ter bicy
lourge chairs. wicker chair,. Li<
tran:foemer, Peruion lables. Ph
FOR SALE:-Now. Dr. Kinsey's
evolutionary books: Sexual Beh
iour in the Human Male, $8.
Sexual Behaviour in the Hun
Female, $9.00. L.breria Menend
Plaza Loteria No. 3. Panama.
FOR SAI.E .-Kenmore portable wa
er. 12 guoge double barrel s
gun First St., Perry Hill. House
Apt. 2.

WANTED:-Good cook. Good eel
Bng references. Cube Ave
No. 11. "Nedtd" building,
trance 28 street.
WANrED TO BUY- Leather
Peruvian coffee table. Phone
7243. autv hour' 0

telib'e male with good references
,;dos:res steady ork at cook one
broker. Maid will take messages ao
Fort Clcyton 87-3133

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SBlbla r I Panama Linel
I Blboa Gym Panama Line

Experienced bilingual accourtant, ex- program of the Ealboa n" r
______ red____ ao nsIlings
,cellent references, deYires Iteody h School will be urer'- ..d at ..ling
"position with reliable firm, either 7:0 tomorrow night trth-Bal-l
-side. Write J. W. Box 267. Colon. boa Gymnaium -tth 180 stu-
-. dents participating. Passfsner sailing for New
I..... IYork tomorrow afternoon aboaej
WANTED The program will be directed the Cristobal of the Pana a _l a by Prank Gurney and Victor Line will have plenty of de,,'
Miscellaneous Herr, musical direto of the space as Only 21 pers are
school. One of the features Of booked.for the voyage. There re
JOB WANTED:-.Three dayos work 0 the program w be a trombone no pasngers r
week as laundress and house- and trupt duet by9Danny 5c Haiti
cleaner for bachelor man or wo- Robets and Arthur O'T.e ary, t woPrince, t.
man) or couple wanted by expert, -Juio Hghrco7AlMatewTs The Crilstobal Is leaving here
enced West Indian woman with who will perform the Cantique on day ahead of schedule aud
good recent references. Former de Noel W nque rive.-in Nei-York two days
employer at Panama 2-1016 w,.l before Christmas.
take Maessages, or write Box SS The program will include? United States Representative
Panama American. D.anl A. .Reed iR-N.Y.i and
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing, IMs. Reed and Sigurd E. Es&?r,
Ak Jingle Bells, The Hegvens Re- Representative Daniel A. Read
'lI fing sound. Shepherds On the Hwl- 'R-N.Y.) and Mrs. Reed andi
Side, Shepherds Shake Off Your Siurd E. Esser, superintendent
Workers and their families Drowsy Sleep, What Child Is of the Cdnal Zone Schools and
riding in Parats. are invited This?. No Candle Was There and Mrs. Esser are among the 21
to a general meeting tonight at No Fire, Coventry Carol. Good passengers sailing
i p.. m. at the Paralso Club- King Wenceslau, Sleep of the l The complete advance nasseu-
ie, C. Z. Child Jesus, Deck The Hall. 0 gar list for New York follows:
Jr.0 director. Lloyd P. Vaug- Come All Ye Faithful, and The Mr. aqd Mrs. Sigurd E. Esuer
i report to the member- Priesta March from "The Magic and daughter: Master 8tephenm
Plans being drafted up Flute." M Fletcher-Himlett; Gn -e
negotiations an wag Aws Frankel Miss Eneida 0. Han-
S'norrection of certain Accompanists will be Sue Ma- lett: Mis'. Margaret Howell;
unfair labor condi- be, Eileen Damem. Fairlee Miss Maa a on CharlesW.
teZ .e. Skinner, Rochelle Head,. iohnh; Miss Elizabeth F. Kel-
vice chairman, Jose D ly: and Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
the organizers will Kobel.
the meeting. MeetingS Mr. and Mrs. David Mendosa;
ti g 't gWillie Jau.mes Pope; Mr. and Mrsr.
Plans Jor Christmas activiLles Barney s .apDaport; Rep. and
IAIIBARD will be discussed tonight at the a.Irs D iel A. Reed; and Mr.
A rGE pndmeeting which the Panam a d Mrs. Morris Wol.
L .I~ANGERSJ _n Chapttr cl the Society for ta.. "
-,i," Preservation of Barbershop Miss Brickman
1MIJ only Quartet Singing America tIi
lawit'h m PAY Tscheduled for 8 o'clock.
se ,h magneticte wllaepl Will Lecture
Sthe shrine Shack in CurRadio Cub
and all members are urgedtoTo Radio Club
alttend.Mis Doetty Brickman wlU
dever .a e I re on the U
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1*t7 s etr Tel. 3-41

om Dancing
^tb -Mumba.
"na." '.Tango,
trot. Wans.

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Patem. Shippers. Movers

Taller Trtnsportea Bast
lkpers Mechanic in Ultra
mat c and Pydramatle Trans-
ml4 O pffer4 his professional'

R .aiks, tt0alon of gas
st es*.. heaters. etc.
S Genea8I Supervisor.
Telr.: X -- 2-451

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Pacific Society...
(Continued VWs PaSe FITM)
C.rd Group Notice
The Card Group of the Balboa
Wnrauury ClhA w[ meet at noon
tomorrow at 0851 Bayana Street,
Balboa. Mrs. J. T. Barrett, 2-3617,
and, Mrs. W. C. er.hant.. 2-37,
are eq-hostesses. Reservations may
be_.telephoned to either of these

arlety Nigh At vWO-JW
"Variety Night" the second" In
a series af entertainment prog
1i al haAiA A e. I&tUe I =

Ar md FMe SWe*rlee CnWN- IuI-
day at I.* M i' .....
el, their families and theubl
of the Canal Zone and the Repub-
He of Panama are invited to at-
"aal 01 Of The Greens"
- Offr da -afernoon at 4 00 p.
m. the La BoMaHigh School and
Noram SO Chorus will present
a Chritb musical progy m ia
the audldre 'of the Balboa
Armed Crce YICA. This gro
of tralad v.teis, under the diree-
tion of thfIrtIder, Miss.Emils
Butcher,. off. r dli.tve

terbit i The Ha jolthe
Refreshments ad a Social Xfour
will follow the Cristmoas concert,
to which the public is tordially in-

"Pakage Trip'--
To s Vaile Sunday
The USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center iB sponorn a tif
to El Vale Sunday as tsfrst o
day package trip:- Charteredbus-
es will carry those who hfve
made reserve stios for tb Xrp.


TO.O'TO, &tM'4l, i (1.-
A done Irad of krnnap&d

"isaI ss Osg s
fl ".d b1WOtH1W too
day and ploS charsmd her eI-
trinie n, ,d w murder.
PoM aid they were nvt-
gating whether there was any
connetonU between the death of
Md. Norma schrelber 23. and
the dl ancrae of i year~od

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Begins Probe Of W i
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MA, Pru,. Dec..6, (To) W" a m.. g ,
oheL P"aui, 41.year-old t tl#
explorer, today abandon- i.wv*A'bai
aT t lhe pan. month ago iz
BtagW t official'Pe* p4
lea retltape. Two da .-lat
DT Ju3d afaslowed no nour- to the 1 ene ,a
mit Aince 1Rov. 12 and for daypetch ou
past two weeks has een and budeda it om
. alive with vitamin Injc- e e f
Oruvlaa jldge Qtavlo T>?rres B Upo rt
Perrih to abaddnd tbheifAt'
STrecover 1o strength so Lt hr g
can be questioned on the air-
stances of the ow of
rriat 38-y1earld wo anAle
ip&alon during one of hi S,
emmuse of extreme weakaLdu,
In was unable to ai

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rotefun~f that the Peruviat an
in etJglton ln. utle-
rr .;of-
fIdid C.
tsg him to -remain Piru, pO-
dn went on a~ n trike Iat
the hope it. toB al ,Z,
borities to o0mplet thqe ir~ -
tling fto lartzi's *
teptlmony, he and Mias Outierrea
*ere traveling alone the Ajpui- I
mac river when thefr mallboat
cap sled& Thb er* so t c rt'
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PARIS, Dec. 16 (UP) A long-smoldering political
feud between Premier Joseph Laniel and Foreign Minis-
ter Georges Bidault flared today into open rivalry for
the $130,000-a-year post of President of France.
A new president, to serve until 1961 will be elected
by parliament tomorrow at a special session in Versailles.
Bidault declared himself a candidate yesterday, upset-
ting the expectations of Ciis friends, afew hours after
Laniel had thrown his hat into the crowded ring.
Bidault's decision was expected to provide fireworks
"i th. .losely-contested presidential race.
Th1"reniler and the foreinni The foreign minister's stro'lg
niinitr sere friends duric.g pro-unity stand is believed t'j
World. War IL, when they fought have blighted his chances of
together against the Nazi Qe'- election by a parliament featur-
man occupation forces, but post- ing a powerful "Anti-European"
wr -politics have plunged them oloc.
into a backstage battle general- The wealthy, 64-year-old Lan-
'v recogifized but seldom men- iel threw his hat into the crowd-
tioned by their official .co- ed ring apparently without as.-
leagues, surances that his broad right- THEY WON'T FORET-In
,wing coalition would back him THEY WONma T FOr, the WestBerl
The report that the two men:up in his bid. Berlin mayor, the West ero
did not speak to one another :1,1tmp showing Reutew's poni
did nte during th er recentr- Lanicl's candidacy for the Reuter, a long-tiie trie,
low' Night together to the Bet .* -seven-year job was announced -r er
Big Three conference e through official spokesman.
tvm~al s; tIe stories told obout The Premier, who must re-
th deep .st between em sign ay when the n GreenleaseKillers
thdesplit between them. President takes over within a
', ;month, was thu.; inviting tee /Ilh Miniter
rench Parlamet to kick him ee With Mni
T. P( m loyes upstairs into the stable but fig- N
i urehead job of chief executive. AC APillll Nisr
To- i The new President, who wil E I AecutVin Nears
Ts succeed Vincent Auriol, will be
o10 Vie For CoUr s !elected by a joint session of the JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., D
U628 deputies of the National As- 16 (UP) Kidnap-killers Ca
Assembly and the 319 senators. Austin Hall and Bonnie Brow
Under areer Plan Laniel may have succeeded in Heady were given spiritual cou
Uare Pa winning support of the.powerful .sel today as the time for the
en Panama Canal Co..-CanalGaullist action, which-strongly execution drew near.
ZOne government employes nhave te upn
been soveleted to compete plan, but there were reports that The'Rev. Robert H. Bull
been seecial ed to compete thirdthe right-wing Gaullists were Kansas City, Kan., spent an ho
special training uev de r the thrrd badly split In the death row of the Misso
career development progrn -- penitentiary at mid-morning.
sponsored by the United States Thpe Revn Bull is edrate to t
Civil Servzce Commission. it wa; f Thera Rev. Bull s crEvans to t
announced at Balboa Heights. ro ra S Rev. George L. Evans of
anone a abaHihs Ra o PF Paul's Episcopal parish in K~a

They are: ,Lawrence Barr,.'
Jr..-.englneer, Pa cific Locke Di.i-
sion: Ric.ard J Danielsen, en-,
gineer. Atlantic Locks Divlsionl,
Capt. Benjamin A. Darden, coni-
mander, Balboa District, Canal
Zone Police Division; Norman B.
Dailson. supervisory accountant
Commissary Division,. Mour.t.
Hope; William L. De La Mate:-,
su#ply distribution assistant,
C.tract, and Inspection Dini-i


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sas City. The Rev. -Evans be-
came acquainted with Hall while
the murderer was a student at
Kemper Military Academy in
Boonville. Mo., In the 1930s.
Hall sought the counsel of the
minister shortly after his arrest
for the abduction and brutal
murder of Bobby Greenlease, 6-
year-old son of Kansas City mil-
lionaire auto dealer Robert C.

;IM S-'art.-J. .irn, assistant to
saI! and services director; Today, Wednesday, Dee, iq Hal and his alcoholic paa
MY.' Lovelady. wage. andiP.. Hall and his alcoholic pa.a-
1 ti Lovelady, wage ad 3:5-rhe Little Showmour will die in the lethal gas
a t;i Derwood J. Quade, ,- 3:30'-Music for Wednrda. chamberr shortly after midnight
: and methods examin.-J 4:00-Music Without Wprd-. Friday.
ePlanning Staff: Rob- :1--Wnat's Your avor The Rev. Bull said only tht
t Al.$tevens, salary and wagie 5:30-News
lyot, Personi:el Bureau: ani 5:35-What's Your Favorl't rhis visit to death row was Of a
rd E Wallng, material en- (contd spiritual nature." and would not
l ,-Dlvsion of Storehouses. 6:00-The Sketchbook (VOA 'say whether he visited with both
6:15-BLUkE RIBBON SPORTS prisoners,. or only Hall.
'eemployes selected will REVIEWth
written exo minrtions whin 6:30-The Christian ScienceI Effo:ts to learn whether plans
be administered Wednesd." Monitor were under way to bury Hall :t
ing at 8:30 in the DiablU 6:45--Hollywood News his hometown of Pleasantor,
Sfubhouse by James A. Yates, 7:0.-Lowell Thomas Kan., were unsuccessfuL
retarv of the board of local 7:15--The JG Stafford Show'
e.aminers, Civil Service Coin- (VOA) 1 His one-time attorney, Mar-
amion 7:30&-Report from the U.S. shall K. Hoag, said several days
(VOA ago there was room for one more
;Examination papers will t,, 8:00-The Platter Parade grave in the family plot.
agot unscored to the director of 8:30---Books Bring Adventure Meantime. in Kansas City, a
the third cvrce, development. (VOAJ 'federal grand jury continued -n
program in Washington. D.C. 8:45-Commentary on World inquiry Into the milsing half of
noal selection of participants News the record 5600000 rans.:n
Sthe program will be made ir 9:00-Variety Ahoy .BBC) Oreenlease paid for what aL.s
Washington by the Inter-depa-r. 9:30-The Hauntling Hour proposed to have been the safe
mentall committee, composed of' 10:00-Holly-ood'i Open House return of his son.
representatives of participating,10:30--The Old Time Ballroom
4encles and will be based on a' (BBC) The Investigation was In tLs
refiul study of each candidate 's 11:00-The Owl's NMt second day amid reports th'st
t work records; recommenda- 12:00-News-Sign Off. periurv Indictments might be
ns of his agency;. qualifying forthcoming,
sOres in the examination; an-i Tomorrow. Thursday, Dec. 17 I
personal interviews with loc 1i A.M. All of the witnesses under sub-
representatives of the inter-de- 6:00-Sign On The Alarm oena are froni St. Louis. where
jartmental committee. Clock Club iHall and Mrs. Heady were ar-
7:G00-News rested Oct. 6, less than 48 hours
$Of the Panama Canal em- 7:05-The Alarm Clock Club after they had picked uo the
pAyes being considered, it is ex-! (contd i 'money-laden duffel bae of ran-
Icted that not more than on, 7:30-Morning Salon sorn from a roadside ditch near
o two may be selected to receive 8:15-Morning Varieties Kansas City.
e training together with a 8:30--Music Makers
Ignited number of selectees from 8:45-Jerry Sears Presents
other government agencies. I 9:00--News -
9:15--Sacred Heart Program r
.Those selected will spend five 9:30-As I See It
months, from February to June 10:00-News I 1
-in and near Washington, D 10:05--Off the Record
.4 _aking courses and perfor:n- 11:00-News
.itrwork assignments designed 11:05-Off the Record icnntd I I
'broaden their experience ani 11:30--Meet the Band WA
mpeten.e in the areas of gen- 12:00-Newas ,
"-. admiulstration. ,P. M. h nn n

12:30-Pocular Music
: 15-Personality Parade
' 1:345--Lum and Abner I
2:00-A Call from Les Paul
2:15-A Date for Dancing
2:30G-The American Journal
2:45-Bpttle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall J
3:15--rhe Litle Show J.
3:30-Music for Thursday
4:00-Promenade Concert
4:15-Bob Ebprlv
4:30 -What's Your Favorite
Z 5:30-News I
5:35-What's Your Favorite I
(contd II
6:00-French in the Air cRDFP) it
REVIEW tramI or kt "k alilopl
6:30- The Teleohone Hour tp. rve aii
7:00--Lowell Thomas .
7:15-The VOA Stamp Club
7:30--Report from the U 8.
(VOA i
9:00-Opera Concert (VOA)
9:30-Over to You 'BBC,
r'~0---Tommv Nifiez and his
Orchest ra
0:15---The Latin American Ser-
'fl:;0-Carnegie Hall (VOA)
S 0J--The Onl Nest
2:00--News--Ign Off.
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SVOA-Voice of America "

NEW YORK, Dec. 18 (UP) --
Two airlines claimed new com-
mnercial speed records from Flor-
ida to New York today.
Eastern Air Lines said ne of
its constellations set a new mars
of two hours, 290 minutes -be-
tween Miami an4 Ne'w. York.
The plane, powered by four
new turbo-compouand: enlones
and piloted by Capt. M. E. Thay-
er, flew over the Idlewild Air-
port control tower at 3:30.5 a.nt.
after leaving Miami at 12:51

Eastern said the plane, carry-
ing 80 passengers on a regular
coach flight, averaged bout 450
tiiles an hour at an average al-
titude of 23,000 feet.
National Air Lines claimed a
new commercial speed record'of
one hour and 59 minutes for a
Jacksonville, Fla., to New "York
flight '
'An airline official said the
plane left..Jacksonville at 12:50
a.m. and arrived at Idlewild at
2:49 a.m. The DC-6B four-en-
iine plane was piloted by Capt.
Atm Speers and carried 19 pas-
sengers .1.-
sThe flight was 152'mlnutes late
in departing from Jacksonvilla
but was one hour and seven mlnf
utes early arriving in New York.
An official said strong tall winds
were the principal factor.





Students of ta e f ira.Vlas'
School of Danlg wll pruiexat a
30-minute 0iw-t eth'e lbal
ThterIIt e: -4
Christmas" will Include mogs
and dance,
In connection th the show a
feature isaoviev be bprented,
starting Lo Baker anid Joywe
MacKenie in "Tarzan and the
She-DeviL .
There wl1 be only one per-
formance of the! aow at 8:10
p.m. with no I nerea. in admis-
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C mpny ,Niw Aids

Anff-Canr Search
WASHINOT D 1ec 1t (UP'. -
The American Cancer 0Society
announced today A pioneer pen-
icillin company returned to
its early strain to help a lea.i-
ing scientist-seare l or an anti-
cancer factor fouad to kill cain-
cer cells In teat tub. without
destroying healthy tJiaue.
The pharmaceti-laianufac-
turer, Schenlety Lboratories.
Inc., has unidertaskf the new
work in ecooferatioa with D:.
Ivor Cornman, a Oeete Wasn-
ington University acdilwust whose
isolation of the cancer-*ttacking
substance was announced re-
The material wanted by Dr.
Cornman, the carter society
said, is a by-prodiet of early
penicillin strains "Which were
dropped in favor of faster,
cheaper methods designed to
produce pePlcillin for other
medical purposes.
The society said first deliver-
ies of the by-product material
from SchenlyWs plant at Law-
renceburg. Ind., has been made
to Dr. CoV an,, ww b,., a .con-
ducting his 1i4vestlgatons undib
the sponsorshIp of botthe o.-
cletv and the NatliOal, Cancer
Institute.. .
"It's no better than a 100-to-I
shot that this will turn out to be
useful in treintlg'r ancer." Dr.
Corman said, "but as long ad
one chance remains. It's certain-
ly worth Investigating."

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Panama Oit al Zone Lodge Nro, Whqin 'i
1414, Benevolent and Protecthle.hls addrea
Order of t0 Elks .recently hon- "Nearer V
ored XlkhfI'a dead with memn- all pr t
rial trvilee in the home on Ia ya4W'I TPA
Boca road. ep by the
The aervles opened by a pr.- Priest.
cesslorial of the officers and the
opening exedae were conduct- The l06m oph. Copello, the E'v- orated w,1
alted R S.lijsted by the uf- Piecew.e i
Slcers of the Lodge. b.hejzh
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The inveatlton was delivered
by ClarenciRJ. Priest. the chap-
lain and'- then the teen-aci
choir, accompanied by Miss Mk-
ry Rose &a the piano and direct-
ed by VIcorr Herr. sang Oou-
nod's "Bend Out the Light."
Ritualistic services were con-
ducted by the Exalted Rule:.
The names of the departed'
brother ,'wre read: Harla4
Feuille; I4wIAft4br. Wlllla*
N. Montgomery. Walter VaA
Vilet, JcsephteJ, KWett, Robert W.
law, FrederistP. Klaes, Jack D.
Yeager all who had passed a-
way in the palGetra and tablets
with their naih ftre attached
to the plaques behind the "Va-
cant Chair."
Then Wehrmann's "The Va-
cant Chair" was sung by Norton
B. Stephenson.'
A memorial address was de-
livered by Dr. Parry Merfeti
Merfeld addressed the Elks l'
Balboa for the first tla Dec. 7.
1911 In one of their U-nt ipem'
orial day services. Since that
date he had been elected fKati-
ed Ruler of several:2lks Lodges
as well as a state officer in the
organization. He als* had re-
ceived many other honor, beth
religious. and secular.
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ec. 16 (UPI fired purposely high to prevent
ned factory injury to McLaughlin and his
$1 own twu eldest son still innide-struck
W~ w the trailer along the roof.
or Tears streaming from th,.ilr
po6Ice mIA- faces, father and son stumbled
ir 1B6-8f5 out into the waiting arms of
i deputies.
e lad th* McLaugnlln came out with his
McLaglft- hands high.
it employee, At shouts of. "Keep those
ojs whoex hands up," little Charles raised
Sinside thb his trembling arms. too, as he
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then we went to sleep," tt
tie boy toid deputies. "Wq
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S -atuoe adte fanta. th dolls hurl nor Ronald Lee, was ht dur- I was scared," Mc aughin
r a'd need. at ing the tenseM -s ,e 'that bea told deputies. "I'm sorry It hap-
Wid- at 4:30 p.. Mai dyu4L ened. I was bluffing as far as
S1new at 8:15 a,. yestody w b- 3 e boys sere concerned, but not
nutes a rt tl .u m or myself. I didn't intend to get
ft.~l utes 4 1 40P~ttia .t
deooms, bq W'e trale ..t. aken alive."
8b Uesr' S C "s1 S1 Mrs. McLaughUlin remained In
o t d' dootraNer e A e a nearby house during the siege
Swith Marilyn M e. ao a t hgife, w*ht t with her third son, Robert.
3 lat 11 m i0. teja constables trldtod. arrt hM, She told police she and her
Wr: A new set af d n WS They carried a warrant sorn husband quarreled Monday and
a gset Aars on .Cool. peed out by his wife, elen, V h dr. be chased her from the trail..-,
'. ,ae C Ing him with asadtAd .bat- then seized the two boys when
A trphy for about o Young terry. they returned from school.
ti WeW A trophy roov for halef out Lorttag Young "Dont come in," yelled at Ronald Lee wax released when
aN Awards he has receive d for mo her o Deputies Arthui burn an bhis fatheL sent him out with a
Godfrey: A little o t -at un, TV comedy boss for a big Donald Lytle. "I have a gun at
Sodrey A little o advertising agency not associate the kid's hed. you want me,
d: A large hunk of wilh Loretta or her show, rushing you're going to have to take me Brings meat flavor
to his typewriter .dead." intflvo
o le vie. es e nica t Don argues that an "Ivory- The officers summoned help
~erle: A big red apl tW attitude toward a spo- but McLaughlin held them at AI
*aB %imatyean theo problems bye g @W is tud bay. The frat break came at 6:30 UD-
TuVsh w.e albeaste am. when McLaughlin releaUed
m abkhead:ThatcobWrites Don: "lThe taste and In- the younger y.
S M last year. Apparently Mty with Officers wanted two more
yok this. writers have .dov. I hours, then Sheriff Ralph J.
bCby: Radar for early, iet a sd the boteat adh Paul delivered an ultimatum:
moto .tature.. "Come i.n out or we're going to
Edd Cuter: A r book titled, .Reigh t, a Don, but tJak has made b MLau
"How to Relax." ut Loretta Yo mg t standing ed back.
Owns of theaters toesma for item, hol a nof her spon- Deputies" fired two tear ts ,
e: Hi Some w nicet ae"o product, puts her ti the same shells and a burst of submachine
S h e with theued ear and po- tn fire at the neat grey and
Loi a they A need to 50 vi. -M eler salefme blue trailer. Some 42 bullets-
Jan Wyman: A NEW movie Jack's Bloade h There
Plt, ieb remakes in a-row Is r Towne. the blode now
U.1 :,A new facial., xr- .em, uv, ;Anyway, Philly

Alan Lad& A pair of selsoB dI7
A. d ... r f I s Prepared For it
to eat ,p "Botany Bay:" PHILDELPHIA (UP) The
Waym: A miniature shoot Gary Merrill turned down- a live Phila 'eloh,1 Boaro of Judges just .
nggary with heads d series about am insurance in- won't give up. ..
asa for targets and a Umi tle i that would have kpt him The City Councti appropriated
suly fl bullets. tEaratad from Bette Davis for l$.00,000 n 1918 to build a "house .
iN Cesar sand Imagese ages: e at a time. of detention for witnesses and un-
A 'eatlzl movie. At ried prisoners," It never was built mHi.t -
iiflo makersa A Ry uban oins the cast of because the money was spent on Niiy U"5 l
D m ~ ni al s a regular- prIoons.
u nsa eaNm Bows and ea eeop r Propokn IBut the Board of Judges. wih -
anrows, spars and rocks so they ou fail, has continued to appoint
uas flt back. e- ek line of dialog in "Meet Mil- three managers for the Phantom
Skelry S r-i: An Oscar for the li "Cousin Tessfe's heart is in institution every two years.
t ur-at ob o the e rihtplace butnothing else We're just keeping the thing
Y t.'"^ ^. 'a" heitleunti esalive," Judge Raymond MacNeille
,ZYrlg .f'frA'eyt1 ". '_ sid when he announced the re-
book, "How to Be Happy Though aeti .Vso doubts that 'a appointment of three managers for
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Championship Bout Hopes All But Clinch
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NEW YORK. Dec. 16 (UP) Heavyweight D.|lal| T
champions -- past, present and perhaps future -- l fs l ll l l Titl
a-are in the news.
a.,trmer champion Ezzard round Wagner, who lost a split It's just about all over but the
'bZrhles is a heavy (1-31 favorite decision to Patterson last April, shouting so far as the. Inter-
S young Coley Wallace to- says: "I'm retling. Patterson's scholastic League basketball rape
t in San Francisco. Odds- improved a lot since April, and is concerned. Cristobal won their
;na, ra admit Wallace hits hard I've gone back a lot." third straight league game last
'xt tey figure he's ring-rusty. Patterson's bouts have been night at the expense of the vall-
Wallal has fought only 13 eight-rounders so far-the limit i ant but ineffective Balboa Bull-
.-*ouuids -n 1953. Charles has lost for fighters under 20 years old dogs by a 56-32 score. This one
n is last two fights and knows in New York State. There's some leaves the Tigers out in front by
Mother setback means the end question as to whether the Jan. a wide margin, and Only the Ju-
* ) any title hopes. 25 bout will be eloht rounds or nior College with a mathemati-
-* The current heavyweight 10. Matchmaker Teddy Brenner cal chance to overtake them. n
: hampion-Rocky Marciano-ar- insists Patterson has fought his ,
Strived in Tokyo today for anoth- last eight-rounder. But manager The Bulldogs and the Green
* .0 series of exhibitions. Before Custer D'Amato says: "Patter- Devils will meet again this Fri-
t.'ieaving Manila yesterday. Marci- son isn't ready for 10-rounders day night at the Balboa Gym.
t1'ano mauled sparring partners yet. Besides, he Isn't old enough IThe Junior Varsity teams will
~Toxie Hall and Bob Golden. A' to fight 10-rounders." D'Amato take the floor at 6:30 with the
* "rowd of 20,000 watched it. declines to say just when Pat-' varsity contest following.
A youngster some experts terson will turn 20.
? predicts will be a heavyweight Featherweight c h a m p io n I It was a contest for only the
champ some day i looking a- Sandy Saddler has signed for t I quarter as the Bulldogs held et t.
head to Jan. 25. That's the his first regulation bout in 20 thengiIers to- aslim thee-nowin gs N OR 'R lN .erote i c du4.aja kharpte Oenq
Sdate unbeaten Floyd Patterson months, margin 14-11. From then, how- sq and Max dinUey of the NevYorkthlui61 Daslearvii
Te Square Gard n. AMong those it0ovied ak .the iamrs Dea !nP
meets Yvon Durelle, the light Saddler, a private first class ever, the Atlantic de sha- Nelthr side won the' fight nor the which ended
heavyweight champion of Can- now on Army furlough in New shooters began to widen the gap ____ ___ .
ads. York. will meet Bill Bossio on and there seemed little the Bull- .
I Patterson, former Olympic Jan. 15.' It will be a non-title dogs could do to stop them. t
. middleweight champ now-eaam- bout In New York. Saddler's last starting the third quarter with ,J
"'palgning in the 175-pound divi- bout was in March of 1952 when a 23-15 advantage, th Tigers S
2 sion, scored his seventh, knock- he stopped Tommy Collins in went to work with a vengeance
r out Monday night in New York. Boston in five rounds. Saddler and scored 17 points while hold-
'He stopped Dick Wagner of Top- expects an Army discharge in Ing their opponents to a slim A ,
.'enish, Washington, in two min-March or April. seven points. No one Cristobal l la r
'utes, 29 seconds of the fifth ---------boy was the big gun In this drive, i. .J
as they all hit.the nets with reg-
PolieA InvefAit l enA ularity. In the fourth quarter the ,
olT VIhe w Tioligiati winners added another 16 points
hle Threas To Kidnap to their total and the Buldogs 1 all I
X Threats To Kienapt
Gene Didier was the big scor-
D uer for Cristobal and the game
with 13 points, teammates Johnd
'Inter Bidding HIAVANA. Dau t Hayes had 11 and John Morris ui at r ined
HAVANA. Cuba, Dec. 16 1UP' 10. For Balboa Lee Rigby scored
-Police investigated reports to- seven to lead his team, while Jim
day that world welterweight box- May. Al Blackall, and Jack Pe- Two well-balanmedteams have
ing champion Kid Gavilan re- rantle all had five each. been selected iy .the Atlantic
'For H rU y Byrd ceived extortion threats warn- In the preliminary game the Cricket Leaeo'tepre*sefAent the
ing is young daughter would be Bulipups stayed in the undefeat- Gold Cor t in .t t internation-
kidn ped. ed class with a one-sided 39-25 al matches with -Gi viltint Ja.-
CHICAGO, Dec. 16 (UP) The 27-year-old native Cu- win. Owen Sutherland, Ray ea- alcan J
The Chicago White Sox have ban boxer said three men he cot. and Ramod Reyes each made
joined in the bidding for right- did not know paid him several eight points to runn off with the Appeartin on the Atlantic All
bander Harry Byrd of the Phil- visits at his country home and scoring honors, while Thtrston fft' a la hae-wday
adelphia A's. the theater where he has been Coffey was the high man for, the mI;' thit #Wae dan yI.
General manager Frank Lane performing and asked Wim for Tiger Cubs with- six points. is
S ays the White Sox have of- "help." -
Sfered $15,000 in cash and Gavilan said he repeatedly Am
Player talent for Byrd Lane, turned down their requests and Wrn I 7 rth
who discussed the deal by tele- last night they appeared at the W omen S riSingl D f
phone with A's general man- theater asking to see him "ur-
r ager 'RBoy Mack and farm dl- gently." But they left when they
tetoer Earl Mack, says: were told a police capital was GrdUs bl
"They didn't say yet, and visiting the bopr. s U I are Chrtip 5t a n
Itey didn't say no. But I still room at the t ima.., .-- e
think the deal can be made. The champion eer
don't see how they can turn had beeif t or r xed The follow i rere
the down," adds Lane. sum, a that Cabo Blanco, Peru the"Alitgi Co '..a ol-da
"they need the players and enedpe matc with the 'viAtla ftliDeo.
they need the cash. We need However, fr a spibd he wasS O:- 30 Sidtey Us AtIdD.
Byrd." warned thL Iyear-old LIMA, Peru (Special) The '0 lander wo"
woulbe kid edun-largestisievriaexander "oo "vtcea
New York, Boston and Cleve- daughter woul be kdled un- largest fish ever caught by a nalptat; ObytAMe AAthe!, hAo-
land have been reported bid- lesF he paid $3,000. Th4 friends woman was landed off C a b o a heis'so Critehlbw, Paul 'Harpee, Jp-
ainr fe Byrd. He was "rookie a a the champion *as b9t mak- Blanco recently, it was announc- third seph Brathaitt. oh, l t, a ,
of the yeat" in 1952 but won lh issue o.he ma er for ed here by Panagra. The fish, ae RIie t eyA, S Al.
oJy 1JI and lost 20 this season. feat of repriN A. black marlin weighing 1015 at hau r red .rt' O m
pounds, was caught by Mrs H. w a ers. ro sek' s orsqz NomnI j Allen It I
0s n p S. Stark of Taft, California. wife brought $I1JN 0Mta' the substitulL
of a prominent oilman who was ,,. ( 1.
S 0witTeaen pahn Tops h her when she maTde her 's ah t a -will be
SThem record These two teams -will be test-
Gives Welpitliftinig t HLe ia rsn In reora. k .b eed in meAhed with Pacific side
Mrs. Stark's catch broke the Aill" ata Monu Hoe aBn d at atLa
hiion Saturday Earned Run Average Mrs. Alice Pr iceof. an Bernarnt c All rg and th
dino, California, since Octobermy,'" TheAtoa*
An all-star. Olympic weight- NEW YORK, Dec. 1 'UP in 39-thread lin Mr Pacific All tars meet at Mount
lifting team will be featured in Official National Baseball League Stark battled the giant ish Mrs fHope In review ?thet ampreo*
a special exhbltiori arranged for figures released yesterday show forta minutes before i ant iwas boaf p i" eiew a Iec te of
members of the' Armed Forces southpaw Warren Spahn of Mil rtyd.or- miuHer re ord was eif t i*
who train with weights or'are waukee had the lowest earned ed. Her record was verified by n '. h
t doing weightlifiting, at run average in that circuit last the International Game at lk
theTV8ba YMCA Saturday at 5 season. B P r. D
pi tll The 31-year-old ace of the bo B l aneo.. ,,b'.f rm"
tlighted in this exhibition Braves took earned run honors Cabo Blance, about. forty ml
Voclde :the undisputed cham- for the second time with an av-todl- norh proil ete beh.,,a a.. ,V Pa uFrench. veu ila pneg ,
pt welhatifter of the thmus erage of 210. Spahn was low man tseafh l waters in te l eColeman, 4 andi a3. tty
in -;. 132-pbund class, Carlos in 1947 with a 2.33 average. wT'th w lrdn 4 ofo 3. then
Chlifest who has come within Carl Erskine of Brooklyn. with e world record of ud1111 .in g fr th .ar$. -fl
set there last Au ust after alwhicedhmo4 d'. air .4.
Is/ D P rnd s of equaling the 20 wins and six defeats, had the he.ldse therbyA d'l A JaraWla W gr ''' h defa v'e ve Plisyle^-, 1
word ROlympic record total set highest winning percentage-0a series of other new ish t ng marks h ee. 55 f| '.
-Belsin fin' 1952. .769. Spahn won 23 games and asert of other pi w Sc mlo Sunday, D ,u re ',
oulW s In the Olympic team lost seven ftor a .767 average. e 2n.apind on Elm_ ___
who qualified in the recently Robin Roberts of Philadelphiaeate in -adoub9e--- ll th Sp. ow ., v n
eoncdudd welghtlfting cham- was the National League's work-n C Nelva Sadna vs. v onei
plotiuhi fals held In Panama horse. The big right-hander led P araiso In
Aty last aeek-will be the 148- in strikeouts with 198. starts, r .ot S o s won a tad Banks
,ounid cas r Adames, a strong, with 41, complete games with 33 1 7d .et h :.
pedy lftr. In the middle- and Innings pitched with 347. He :r noa 4t 4bo Margascet.4lgb s.. .llen Kn o

Ca Al. American and caribbean 1 e. their 1953 Volleyball League ac-
recorTwith a 730 total in the 3 Harvey Haddix of St. Louis. tivities in a flashy fashion with .
lifts. with 20 wins and six losses, led the Mariposas team playing un- ... .
t Bob Shultz in the heavyweight the league with six shutouts derc the captaincy of Elma Ste-
ass ad captain of the cha- Haddix Spahn, oberts and Ers- wart, in a double bill against the -. ., .
o team will also take part inke were the only 20-game win- Marvels and Primrose squads .' .
,a eifbition. '* ners in the league. i The Martiposas won the two en- h. ". i :.h -; -. t -
ght r among embers Hoyt Wilhelm of New York fin-I counters on the same day and .. .
w IArmed' Forces wi hing shed the most games- 39. copped ths year's ttl. sp ed Thi .et l, -
what poundae they ca reacher Roe of Brooklyn won With the indoor season mo- "
111 l*I'tethtree lifit are urged 10 straight for the league's long- ing out, both male and female -. .- I.
aB t the front office p eat-victory strlaof 1953. War- students have been much oc= .
a YMCA before Dec. ren Hacker of Chicago and Mur- cupied in daUy table tennis ac- -.. "
---fL ,- ry Dicklon of PiCtsburgh each tivitlet in preparation for the ,. :'.-.... +.
=OK, lost 19 games for the dubious monster championship to be i""
honor o[ leading that depart- conducted this Friday afternoon
i meat. Hacker gave up the most in the Paraito gymnasium. ,. ^, .'..".t
home runs-35. Friday, commencing at 2 plm.,
OpPlH ^ *? Johnny Lindell who pitched the lwdinKg players in the Ca- J'' "
for Pittsburgh and the Phils, led nal Zone local-rate high and :", "',
in walks Issued with 139. Gerry junior high schools will smash r
i Staley of St. Louis hit the most at each other in the 1953 iter- ], :in t e,
batter--17. Bud Podblelan, of schools table tennis clampo- *l,... ,
Cincinnati had the longest InO- ship. The event, very popularr .' -.. *' ,i
ing streak-lO in a row. mong the youngsters,_ has cru i- -' '.
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The Pacific Little League held
oe annual actionn" meeting Oa
Monday n113t at which selection
*ap. made of layer to fill the
aeaoles on the rosters of the
six teams. Below are given the
names and telephone numbers of
the mansgRrs of the teams and
the lames of the players who
were elected. Players will be
cont d by the managers and
Informed when 'to report for
"spring .training." A few of the
new players did not furnish ad.
dresm or tlelepe numbers at
e recent r tion and they
are ruetu p call he man-
ager of the team that selected
them at the atlction.
Elks 1414 neiectiona: James
D&Londes. manager, Telephone
&aMoa 2417.
Craig Stomer, Robert Led-
b1tter, Charles Cros, George
Camby, Thomas Bright Frank-
lin Biight. Ottandq de la Guar-
dia, Pete Smith, Russell W.
Pearce, Jamel Johnson and Mike
Pellee seletions: William
Blealey, mihlger, Telephoae
BalbMs 34i41.
Robert Lincoln. Richard Kirk-
man, Adrian Cuara., Robert Pil-
fer. Jerry Crawford, Douglas
Priester, James R. Freeman.,
James Catrea. Jams Potter,
Russell Pott', "Pud" Klpper
and Williamn Bluakler. -
Seymour Agency maeetlens:
F r d Huddlestm. manager,
Telepheme BO.lfW s .S
Ronald Pearl,. Marttin Pdres,
Thao. C. Pearan, Jme 811ce,
Jr., Barty, MaUty.,, Mc-
oowl. Collln or a, Louis
Lombana. John ail20
Al2len DaV ae, do
Sallabury, .enny
Jim6nez, and Leonard Wilan.
Sears soletlein: ~ ek Wat-
son, manager, Telqpame Bald
boes 3137.
H. Womble, Bmle Rathgaber.
J. J-. Vallatno, Fr Chase, Tom
Perantle, David PUker, Jack
Blaney, Robert PathcJett, Peter
Whitney, Jeffrey ara and Brian
imesita Life sletlims: -
ard Wf le r
Mickey 1oe, GenD Bock,
Edward Dolan Jamle Ward, To-
by Wllp. Robert owmah and
Luis CubUlp.

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Balks 4 1*.
John McNall Charle
Clabe Hartley, T. A. Al
Billy Snyder, Milton
Robert MaConAughso, riS
Mack. Perry Raymon, ZI
bers and Jimmy Wilon.
One hundred and
new players reg ter
the tryout held on De.
12 and in order to ive
era who were not ele
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meeting are products
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the lines of. the other
SVarious person.,
and associaUloan have
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workout on riday .
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tlon ball park. aner J D
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quested to report: Jack DeVOe
Dan DeaLodee, Bob Fluma
Dick Her, Jack Hem M
Jak. LaCry .rigan, JohWL'ulM-
Billy MoetOralst
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Camby, Thomn as, I&
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|.WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 (UP)- sLet the people know the truth aR d the country Is safe" AbrahamLWacoln.
;.. S. Navy officials said today
u -susi has "tremendously" in TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, K. P., WEiNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1953 V CE TS
jer3ased its potential sea power by
a competing a vast canal system
1.iJrA'g the Arctic Ocean to the
laid tl.- protected inland "
11.emway, stretching from one end
tw Congress Wil Be Asked To OK
of A Ifa to the other, apparently
is capable of handling submarines
Aind destroyers as well as smaller
through the canals, Russia i
s. n:Sharing A-Secrets Wift ANTO
Vsould concentrate its naval
strengthh in two fleets, U.S. strate-
gists said.
"In tpt sem s PARIS, Dec. 16 -(UUP)-The later to newsmen, Geoffrey Par- atomic artillery battalions now iun- way for sharing at atomic infor- THE SUPBFR CO
In the past, U. S. estimates of North Atlantic Treaty Organization sons, NATO press officer, said: der U.S. command n Europe. They mation former Governor Ca
Russian naval strength have been was strongly reinforced today by The secretary talked rima. had been excluded from NATO to- His pledge gave a hty boo r(lftto right): l
",* based on the assumption that the a decision to spend more than $65,- rily of information, but indicated tals because of the ban on atomic to the spirits of West uropean lte ionld William O. Doul. n
!Xoviet Union must maintain four 000,000,000 on defense next year NATO would be equipped with sharing, leaders sgtaned y Secretary of l eyet oan l'Mintoft.
effrent fleets in the Arctic, and a U.S. promise to seek con- latest weapons." Wilson set no conditions, political State John Fblter Dalles' de- Burton d Sheman Mhto.
S Baltle Sea, Black Sea and Paci- gressional approval to share top Official U. S. sources said Wil- or otherwise, on the decision to mand for prompt ratflcation of
S fie. The four fleets were all, In secret atomic weapon information son's pronouncement menat the in- seek congressional revision of the the European army pact, "or
S effect, "landlocked" from each with the west. clusion for the first time of the two Atomic Energy Act opening the else."
I ether, either by geography or These were considered the two
-western naval and air power. most significant disclosures made These other developments and Ac v
The implications of the canal yesterday on the second day of the disclosures marked the second day U s Rc ord
Ljvstem were said to be one factor current meeting of the NATO Min- of the NATO conference: t
'hind recent warnings of Adm. isterial Council which has been 1. The nlted States, Britain,
S -Robert B. Carney, chief of naval marked by a series of vital pro- France Canada and Belgiun re-
perations, that Russia is "deter- nouncements. solved a two-year dispute over
wined to emerge from its land- NATO officials announced the arms standardization by agreeing
Asked position" and "challenge" 1954 budget will represent a "slight on the use of a S. 30-caHber WASHINTON, Dee. 16 (UP)-ha own
merican supremacy of the seas. increase" over the $65,475,000,000 cartridge for standard production MJl. Cht ;s E. Ye ger has flown
Carney several times in recent put up last year by the 14 member within the alliance, two and 1-ha1l times the a ed
e has cited Russla's growing nations whose joint effort against 2. Wilson announced the U.S. Air of ound-0 miles an our
,aval power, both in surface and possible Communist attack has Force in Europe would be increas- ..-in the ,r Force's X-A rocket
derwater ships, as an argu- made what Supreme Commander ed in 1954, and there would be a plane, it wa reported today.
meat for a strong U.S. Navy and Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther called "substantial inrprovement in comrn-
panded shipbuilding program. "fantastic progress" in four years. bat capabilitees"-meaning more Informed sources said the Wept
arney's arguments, however, But a promise of even more modern a d improved types of Virginia-born test pilit achieved
counter to the adrainistra. spectacular progress came in a pi .es. thu reeordaysh anteig speed ial t
ue's ew long-range strategy pledge from U. S. Defense Secre- Saturday in an histoerice flight over
ch calls for increasing em- tary Charles E. Wilson that Pres i-, T'ne ministers were asked to Edwards Air Force Base, Califor-
asis eaOn air power and less on dent Eisenhower planned to ask approve a 1954 ground force goal nla.
hE o 7 1. more "ready" divisions,
eaand ground forces. Congress for changes in the Me- 0r7 1a3 fore ready" di-visions,
Numerically the Russian navy Mahon Atomic Energy Act of 1946 for a total of soe m ready .di- Yeager thus regained the title of 1
w ranks as the second largest to permit the United States "to visions and 42 regimental combat the world's fastest man which he ,
the world, with some 370 sub- share with its North Atlantic Al- teams from Norway to Turkey. had won origially on Oct. 14, 1947 ^
rines, over 100 destroyers and lies pertinent information on nu- 5. French Deense Minister when he became the first ever to
cruisers. It also has three bat- clear and other new weapons." t Rene Pleven pleaded for an "atom- fly faster t0"the speed of sou*d.
Sbut all are of World War A third contribution to prog ic reorganization" and an imme- The 1947 flight was made in the
S _______ ress came hen Canadianto pro diate start on stock-piling of criti- X-1 rocket-powered resai h plane,

i te Spy Hune n on with the announce- I
caliberAcartridgehas been adopt, standing appeals byodfler s te nce2eto
Ouizddg ed as standard NATO rile am-sle In:U.of estemn -- for mo p Mi'
huersdeci storehous format atom AGREEMENT IN ERO Secretary of oo
postpone until after Christma Defense Secretary Charles E.ft) and German Chancellor rd without wh Dueha th
Sorer ode lerk in the Ruson electrified the NATO oun-o w pprovl of the Europe A P an agoning rappraial"
ament of his government readi- conference was one of series between leadi at Wfore poly s travels t
7WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 (UP)- ness to open its iealousl guarded buT ik on uOmae4r fh as o t lt
nate spy hunters decided today storehouse of information on atom- AGREEMENTlIN EMOL-'17AO U. secretary of at o,, tdr,"oofthed ar t
pottpone until after Christmas on nucear and other newD es (left)weap- nd erma. Chancellor orad without wieh Dus had a t n
teirIntervtodhimbew tele n Wilson told e ted w nw ave 0,00 te .
withIgorefefortsntocoplete the omiisters. d sFrench, Br t hovie weans.d
former code clerk bifo the Rus- "Thee adcun iebi da Is pit_,ree- shUnited Stateswold be forced Iaton soe

n emb assy at ira Homer day meeting here. In quoting him rgen need to w aprovl of the uroe an "agoniz reappraisal" ofits -.
C of the Senate Republican T SL S Ih Bu f a
S.? "abou pCIO And Af Meel *--h Mno age Acq9ilht -

Jestion Gouzenko during its in.s, Wlson told th rope-to judge from the eitor- ne sepapers turned to er l I ,up dth
stinue efforts the Harr Dexter thlapages of its newepam s r-w rs.btter. n lI I A a i
#uenko interview before the hol- He spohe at a etoseaoseamenoah iwenb._t

h strc- eri y r Raedin 'herell a quoting h today fimm the Times of London
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foreign Embassies ,0 aro poradcorts ecrtary ofte Johnd r 't o o e d n
b"hhga oatbefore tCongress wcon. IO Ann ii't ReeldMontagu t c h .i
V~ next month. CpA AFt-,

TheAVANA, Cub a, Dcommittee s o (UP)h't to LOn DON hh tem Deratur P). t E tl. r Councl annual
storeignrdiematic sodurceing its re alt thi The inT" ne n lft Salar charges against M ket nd drive fr
rte today at number ofop- u union tries to tapages of te lined -tte ates tags friend Keeth e. de needy fam
4i ease..Canada finally e eT which was hailed as te st on m I ts cal fto.d.Ba1e'rdaednof,$L00ndo

ts of Presi den t F ulgenio Ba- another uo members editorial renn o and la movie producer, willb hard ark, t wa

were given asylum at th the pact up lao r s ogn ae today rmoly condemns eDs w ta 1 hen Montagu tfce ury ae- today.
AAA uWAbHINGTON, Dec. 16 (UP) h ee ageement tog Inoeffet Cheele h aais a ai..

rSgted vstodeay t omatan. n b o m which onember unions also must sign be- favorable to ratification of. ht iW m ttes th l' fend 25 minutes on Monta 's bione been ales I n. ., .

reint oaOptese Fugentl fore a any o ae bound by the agrees European defense comminio y. In his attempt io ie- d. it returned after the f eat rtat r th e a azWE6
sruedmaa fore mbassyi h ere"a it is still free to "raid" any union "solemn and brutal threat." A ay treat. gould be cagued a a witne on -worth of i
So There was an outsidiled a te firsthat however confined tself to a t to rd American pil 1000

dam I o an o Raci the pCee n na A mgh at the last roundup e f comment froFin the ParEasthoytrha rinatehat Montagu and Hume are or- s aareUUDt s irad
a nghere tuate n mgtcre uionst ep toward unity in almost Washin gtoratifc aonn and L n te ni.tede State t nving o used o It sex onene agam. t toe Aou t btei. .

ovious administration ie a re- satisfied that enough individual and headlined it, '*uneasiness Ih past...temp ere^ Ae tBoy scouts on Montahe's f- Ct Bo X t is year
dingee in the frugayan Embassye AFL ions will f o along with the and emotion in thr wet." spet an, himpw trist. -ndu be or a lledase a waness.
so there, according toEmb ass agreementars of sporadie ct wefforthwhiles torals. cond s t back t ile we-d hNtory

e IgnCamcio Fiterre, trader of thet mie the latruu fcmmn r the searcston bY I ongta sonad 6 thand thur oha' ll
et re or r and dimerge the two big labor organi- the trench press was d
d heighner ducation dourig the- mute. Smen, lo ae not Whig eraturo.Bnneanden -le Dw?.. tiaSta"" cu ed o l. o f fe s e ACouncilAti an'rst
oVANA, Cuba, Dec. 16 (UP) atiohse tatementtoughInd aI ee u er e, a'
For'b itofUnPlar chargesaginst Morn- bske. fad drive ff.X
gerted indy theUrugaynmbassy. AFo unian s would oawt the "raids" in and emoti hewdlinedstern capi- c8 l i0t1es ob tagu's friend Kenneth'Hume, Side nee
nde.t o=. W.itt ce011,- .-.

eortergien, E ascycordg ato he The pact up for signature today rh l.tNa-' baWhe sMontag u ceaJturry ist-todoy
would bind only the parent CIO burst." i o
aiming official persecution en- and, AFL organizftiond.IndividualLeft-winrran-irr,.otenP lrad ,TheJra o t

tido Hrnenltr .rn sitdinth sHeC a d
fu retbundfore they are bound by the*- Europeanni in.roe Ptemt t sa1_Lb.'

tsi opstioinPment. Even when a unit.isigns. said Dulles' statement a t f ?lMf to raUth e
IIIA te e minutes to ask whether HumDA PLsT.'dEach

s-ampaexto onabroad.thatRa a There was an outside canee that however. confined It-self to Atadto e -A erican oney No.han 0oofraitth,.,
,-e confityprofessorhandt diRaulorthetClO might balk at the last roundup__of,,,commentfrointh ar byrC 3110tMontaguandHu. -

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