The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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

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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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00218

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LONDON, Dec. 2 (UP) West Europe accepted +
q4t today that President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhowewr
ihdW en route to Korea, or already there. .
.The Washington correspondent of the Daily ExWee-
London, wrote:
"'"Not only has Eisenhower disappeared so forf
f.Wgica is concerned, but so have the men due to ace
Py him to Korea James Hagerty, his press secret :
d: 'Charles Wilson, the new secretary of defense."
_ondon newspaper headlines today read:
Ike Believed On Peace Mission"-Daily Expres.a
"ike Vanishes: 'Not Seen For Three Days"-- j
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"Where Is Ike?"-News Chronicle.


hes~ fi a 1 '( 1lkel& i lbebtale
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Meanwhile a Korean battle-
Pnt Ispatch said yesterday
at t was the "eve" of Pres-
ept-eect Elsenhower's long-
raltd visit to Korea.
A U ed Press dispatch on
vtw e ceremonies honoring
r nIch battalion said for-
S obervers considered it sig-
a t they were held Jujt
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were taken off the tracks I
days ago when Elsenhower
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back In business.
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ent than they were when
welcoming rehearsals wer.
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V% :. Three tral~ were set,
beach warrants were I4sued 1
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rt. prptyp to p aU- pleaded guilty. has io previr
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----. though he had several chat
Ta nrinst him in Panama of Ic
InR a house and vagrancy. -
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ad ATIO H IS f hour of Nov. 13 at the
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Soilitary poltee were on a 24-hour (Continued on Page (C~e.
alert to poet and guard Eisen---
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,' t. N.Y.. Dec. The time of his arrival was top Ta nSomdse
2 UP) Tfc al Coa -sret. No official word was W
out. Rusala's ace i- pected. OnD
hatlon today and a.g d ot n e oet Marines In full battle kit stood
* vote to Ite dfte1wh 0lming guard outaWe 8th Army head- a | :
jority for India's comprom ua tAir Force head- s r
.pln, Q ders"aw0 the Chosen HoteL.
em '. The Martles and U. S. soldiers CINCINNATI, Dec. 2 (UP) -.
Lebanon, jbaen t whe checked the papers of all per- Sei. Robert A. Taft said to
conmttee IaUotted on the entering U. S. military corn- the appointment of Martin .*
d platbh last night, today pounds. Armored cars patroled Durkin as Secretary of Labor ~g
ed t St' 'vote be reco'. Tte streets. an "affront" to union mem=~e
fU nal cdy's plan. That o n 6e The ironclad security arrange- who voted as they chose.
the cot on India's r cents were pointed up today by The leader of the Senate Ru-
ultio. M to five. the ambushing of a Marine uhlican Policy Committee ,t
Only the Soviet bloc Russia within 15 miles of Seoul. Officers his first public disapproval 4t '
0 Czechoslovakia, yloe. said that was one type of hazard Fikenhower's cabinet apolnt-
PO Czechoslovakia. Byloe to be faced by Eisenhower in Ko- rents. called Durkin's select"l
B and the Ukrane voted "an incredible appolntme .
a batS And Nationalist Chlnf The wounded Maoine was pick- The Senator said that in. tMa
abatateta because parts of the edup by a major as he stood wl'h Herbert BrowneUll "tie r
meCaI r (ade cognizance to the dned bealde lbs jeep on a road man In the cabinet ap
he launist leide north of Seoul, trying to flag rentss" he had "made s --5
the lasure. Soviet or down another vehicle. Three bul- recommendations of qutfvxnae
S measure. Soviet For- let holes were found in the jc'P. men" for the labor post.
-,cy 'ulr Andrei Y. Vishinst The M5l e received a grazing Tlurkin is a registered Demos.
iky atedhat the Committee head wouid. rat in Chicago who sup
vot i WRussia's eln. The In Seodl, jeeps ts convoy EL.- Gov. Adlal Stevenson. Demra-
omm ab Jeoted it 41 to five. enhower' party were armed with tic presidential candidate, t the
only the Soviet bloc rallied behind machine guns and parked out- campaign against Eisenhower.
lRu.sh. Ar eating abstalined. The 8th AbAMy headquarters. Du.rkin. meanwhile., imnedi-
Rut l. Arentinalt agaed.t the south Ioreaon soldiers were r telv called for an early teet-
i melp iand Yemedn was absenthe usng mila detectors to check inp with Taft and top union
measure and Yemen was absent, sns entering the city for paders to dlpcuss the revision of
The. ioUtical committee voted giuggled weapons, thp Taft-Hartley law.
yestery .to send a compromise Koreans wtl ladders and cans The surprise Democratic ap-
veraloi of India's truce resolu- $* bright paint went from sign no:ntee to Eisenhower's cabinet,
I p t9 the full General Assem- sign retouching the weather- said during an interview he will
Swere t probpblv wilt be ap- beaten decorations which had no* try to plav the role of peace*
roved later this week. been up PS l,"niu as 10 days. (Continued on Page &. CoL .


Ex-Gi Displgys Tumbling Hair.

1Lovely Legs, Name Of Christine
COPEIHAGEN, Denmark, Pee i the shock of hearing that a series of hormone injeclt.OiL
2 (UP)- A former American son had become a daugh- The surgery, when the Wf
0H lolled luxuriou"ly in a, silkn and made it plain1 that she had been condition d A
dressing gown today, a sla Md be welcomed with open it through the series of
blonde young woman with tun- s. changes, was performed by &:
bling hair and lovely leg aand "rates higher than the:E. D. Iverson of the state
talked of going back home. gressional Medal of Hon- pital.
Two years go when he came or the feat of changing sex, Miss Jorgensen said she cai U -
here he was George W. Jorgen father said adding. to Denmark for treatment *
sen Jr. 24, Now she Is Chris- y wife and I racked our rause she had friends here, al a
tine Jorgensen, 26. 1n after we found out about because she knew Danish 0M00
Two years of ope wta d trying to figure out if he- tors took a more liberall" Vw.
countless hormone in t i0 ean she had violated any of the problem of sex eonWarw
had made a slim, shapely sotf- 'ods laws or any of the laws sion.
spoken woman of -he terublhd our country. Now the thing she said isa t;
young New Yorker who h 4Bhe hasn't. She has just had feared the most during UO
done a 14-month hitch in UF htened out something that two trying years had come to
cle Sanm' Arnhy. eds of others ought to." pass "that somebody wouId4 .
"I can only say that I Jorgensen agreed with her make a sensation of my ease."
very happy to be a woman The "typical Nordic
and I feel it was worth all e" of five feet nine inches "I guess my parents have bea .
aniffneriM'ln Cbhristie i long lashes and a charm- forced somehow or other to MAI
Soe a ftawaman in her atle, said: close the secret to the Anmeica .
fem, n ooM at OpSa a think it is quite natural press," she said.
tht paeso to whom nature Veterans Administratioa t*
_JMteeasin said ie-ex- has been unjust should be treat- cords of George W. JorWI3a -
pe. tae th1e ht.l with- ed la this way. Many more per- Jr. In New York showed 'ta
n a me do, r to re-- should overcome their shy- an "entirely normal" nmale aM C
toa Mb to .6 O States. abe and do the same." time of his discharge frn titA
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STHE PANAMA AMERICAN "But Thanks You Kid
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P0 O Nu' s .fa *OV ar'.. A. tOy no i f vICTOR RIESLL
B'Tu.t interlocking Soviet spy
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READEP R N COLUMNUN welch usei Whoever
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S, o r 0 t A .. %.ere 1not crurnea. O.v re- :
Sc.... exposures.
o r \,,Uin tEe .ixt 10 days our
SThe Mail sox s an open torum s to. -der of The Panama Amer. Feu ai agents -lli break one o-
ken. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi- e niguest level espionage
dential manner.ees in the history of inve.,a-
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the e. 'eof Soviet paying In viaal
mnt day. Letter s are published on the order received as tilees.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length r. Inl be shown that one of
Identity at letter writers is held in strctest confidence. tl'? Alger i ss-Geregory Silver-
expressed in letters from breeders tsoIn to Influence the ensure
o oald through his espionage..
Mr. X, whose name shi be
WHAT'S HAPPENED TO JUSTICE? made public In a week or so,
was recommended for his 5$.0,-
Thae Mail Box. 000-a year job by one of the
S The Panama American, country's highest officials.
Post Office Box 134. This official is a member of a
Panama, Rep. de Panama. tribunal which in the past
Sit: has recommended, through
sheer stupidity or worse, at
As a regular reader of The Panama American, I came across least two other spies. One of
certain injustices to employes in a certain Division In Cristobal these was Alger biss.
concerning ball pens or tools. But that's a farce or lesser evil Mr. X will be asked to affirm
in comparison to a greater evil as far as shipside checkers are or deny that he is current f en- ,"
concerned. gagect In espionage. Ifa wil re-
For while strolling around the street corners or sitting on iuse to answer. He will stand on
park benches. one can get acquainted with the real facts of un- the Fifth Amendment. He will
lair practices by the bosses or so called supervisors in that cer- say that any answer to that
tain division on the day or nights shifts respectively. question will tend to incriminate
Any unfair dealings and abusive remarks the day boss falls him.
to hand out to certain men, the night shift carries on. Mr. X will be asked to affirm
For as far as I gather, there is supposed to be a rotating or dL.iy that he is a secret em-
system in order to give fair play to men under their control. ber of the American section of,
But instead certain "Specials" who are known to grease the the soviet Cominform. He will
bosses's palm go in to work whether the amount of work reaches refused. to answer on the same
their number or not. group nds.
So those who are not silk or liquor merchants or who can- Mr. is a policy maker in a e t
not or would not -grease" te palm are left out in the cold most key United Natiops ageny-
of the time. No recognition is given for long service, neither tra Interati onal voone.ry
does it matter whether certain men can apply strictly the real Fund. As such he makes de l-
rudiments in checking. Experienced workers are not the bosses' sons which affect a world pool t
slogan, of $8,800,000,000 get up y 81
nations. ...
It is also noticed that these certain "favorites" lurk around ..
when the bosses say "That's all men." When everyone else As a key office of the Fund,
walks away, then they are called in and sent to work with a he sends, or decides who will be
fe-ling that this injustice is not noticed. This is very humillat- sent as finanal expe to ad- Eye Exercises
In' to conscientious workers and especially to old employes who vise foreign government which
never get their proper chance to work on that day. nb~d help it stabilizing their
1. the observer, used to work in the early '30s as checker for economies. He knows the inner. .
various connecting lines and never thought such practices could secrets of every national treas- Iy BOB RUARK
exist in the American government unknown to their superiors. ury in any size in the world.
In those days it would have to be "good work or no work at He helps fix rates of ex- ,
all" change. He sets policy for the
It is also feared that to complain to their superior would dispatch of funds to hard- KINGSTREE, .C.-There was a guy Welit to the Spaniard have made a spectator sport out
cause a reprisal. pressed nations which need L.ok in Yanceyville, N.C., on charges he looked of looking at strangers. It's heap more fun than
I have heard one who I knew used to be an Indian silk mer- money swiftly to settle day-to- at a lady from a distance, roughly:eatimated at tennis.
chant, declare that It cost him $60.00 for pulling off a banquet day transacons. Any deliber- 75 feet, and was credited thereby with ocular as- The object of the European ogle is flattered
n order to get his son a job, and he is still doing pretty good lately erroneous decision, any salt. We will ignore the racism, and pr s to merely to satisfy the curiosity ofthe gler.The
anyway. sabotage, any launching of a the purely scientific aspects of when a anile de- compu.lsve ogler is there for one pIrpse to
I thought that the days of the Austrian tyrant, Dressler, series of "bad" policies could serves a slap and when an ogle becomes :a in- ogle
could not exist today, but Alas; "Oh Justice where art thou?" affl.ct the prosperity of the sult. He need not approve, disapprove or lust after.
world. If there is a man potentially guilty of assault To look at is enough. That he looks at all Is a
Bow disown Ye shall die. In the words of one of these, bow down, by leer, I am this man, because as a child I de- compliment implied.
Who disobey shall die. In the ws if ormd of one of the h veloped p knack of raising the left eyebrow on -
I notice that there are a few Dresslers here, but no Patrick best informed financial tech- short-order deiaiiad, which is a more potent ap- The male ogler nearly always start o the
oenry, anyway: nicians, this man directs much proach to implied disrespect than wiggling the middle. He looks down a foot or so anditup foot
of the operation of a UN s-ears or standing on the head. I wiggle at pretty or so. He makes uphis mind the nd te
God hates the wrong, He sees the sin, cialized agency whlelf has its good ear. too. the ogle accord to whlhe
He puts the proud to shame, He guards the weak grip "on the economic jugular fav ors. Buthe a wayr .tllowa .e
S againstthe strong, Blessed be His Holy Name.vein of the world's financial favors. But- e u-way 1 o0w
y- Any God-fearing girl will tell you tha| ae-eye- The female o ler a..ays bp t
"The trolling Srbbler." yste Qut a spot! brow raiser is up to no -good, bec e ried favel
tDept.eyebrow implies a skeptlam i a direct If ti ,d 'I r il
AIyear ago the atate .. Insult to the purity of the person oed. firs on their ht or .
SHAT PANICacting on security inf6rmatiof An eyebrow rasqr never looks r elt enough If she It fag men she sll tarts the
WHAT IF THERE'S A PANIC refused Mr. X a passport. to flatter the imagined. magnifi nert dtthe preefile Wand W ao the h''nt.thero.
". But that was the i: astort Southern female. He looks ike he ows a see- .I have founldr after aeeali yeas of s f
RCocole, C. Z. division. Apparently this action ret, having to do with the abse of pants- experiment, that men withl bitiub hes a8 1gled
To a Restrained Parent: had no effect on the other State lettes or something equally lurld. oftener tan men without mustaches. A beard
Dept. sections. is magnificent as an ogle attracter,
Apparently you are one of the many parents who Just can't It was known that three men This is certainly not true of the ttleman who ..
Wfit to dump the kids somewhere and be rid of them. Why the charged with Soviet espionage walls both eyes and rounds his gnouth a retT smple reAlly: All .ils W tlt-0I
Good Lord lets some folks have any children is a mystery. (before Congressional hearings) walls both ey of es and rohment. This ellow tInto ta Pretty simple-o really: Al tO knowt
S Regardless of who originated the order, it is a good one. In refused to deny or affirm that g reat "0" of astonishment. Thi llows. the dogentle an ex -maton mart somettyre an egot
fct a child under ten 10 shouldn't be allowed n the movies they knew Mr. X. mandate that a belle is a belle is humdiner. got to gander at you. A mstche r a hin
a sght panic. Under the old system of allowing the children, These three were Charles Ths t po.t ntial marriage bait h th co ndem-given ly whisker catth es a r nd weck yf the e e
regardless of age, to enter as along as they had a ticket, I am Kramer, Gregory Silv.3rmaster atets t the isl it te de. u hat the s in a w.r '
sare many of them would have been killed or injured for life. and Abe Silverman all part n .ven the whist g le is not praciced itthe r h dishes tro M o Af OrgisZte
SNo, dear parent, don't tell your child how mean the bad old of the Russian rin exposedb y drugstores or fronting the pool hali of this a,.. tli. of appe unless ,
manager is for not letting them in... Tell your child what a Bentley. All were Washingtono f The..i 1
ceild. Tell your child that you don't give a damn whether she whether they knew Mr. X on tte ain' e roen o a ca t he : n he f
o he gets killed should there be a fire. But above all pray to grounds that they might in- lorgnette of any Euroipean of aver talent. nodded head. ".
God to have mercy on your soul, for not wanting to take care criminate themselves. Incrimin- to be rude, as has walking in fro of a m net~ d the fact that no ogle, leer, frown, or e
of your own children. wa also known that Mr whisky when he leaves it on the baut. Ido unless the subject h#an over.'--
Love, X had worked with a William To the.European, ogling is the Steral breal aed -sensibilit yto public appe ,e.o$-evnm aon
Strained Parent of Three. Ullman identified by Bentley of existence. The Frenchman and the Italt!h,.mnd a clear day at 75 yards.
as the camera expert who pho- .
PA. Let's hope for the sake of the children. they really enforce tographed state documents in -
the regulation. I still see many small children in there aSilArmaster's basement. -"i
without ther parents Yet this man has been allowed

nn Mix A wr to Previou Puzzle been permitted to enjoy the
I 14 confidence of top American of-
IA L ficials and to work within a n THE BROADWAY SHOW Stairway to the Stars: Ale o
L N A M of other Communists in that .Fit-Nighta: The critics celebrated Ta first Broadway-bound
aor 4oSefe I N a TO so They are part of the new r Parisiantreapeeoffere"Ocoupe. btotSra-is la
0 "Minnmota 5 Handlers e ring which the Soviet secret toi d'Amelle" and see sharmeeng '-efeteeks were register there (Eq _
--.-ed the Entreaty SoS se su police set up here on the .o (ho.vyou say?) zeellghted.Vollfle hes mo..likean
weapon 0 M c 0 N 0 Hiss and the others exposed fearing, "La Repetition on L.Am.tt Punt" al Ot ac
11t Adjust s Minnesota is I 0 A by Chambers and Bentley. came through in crepe susette sy.. The Ia- _anh.)..Glada
property one of the V U A All this was revealed to John "Oedipus Tylannu." Reviewer t a Susse .wrqt# the
rCmiusto 3 i2No esU F osec Dulles, Eisennower's (of The World-elsun) had a word Eqr the Geelian the original -
nem abe ) Skirlls a 25 Combt iron Mor U. S.i c.,oIce bor Secretary of 8tate. "Perfeetion"...An Amerlean ee edy imuiel Sow. people
Baaine (sb.) 112,Skills 27,mbt iron ore come aulles .as briefed at a private "Time Out for G0nJ3g" was gene y. du~. in the fItagel'eto
SChritms 2 Dr, from s oHe m lukewarm notiees. he warimest wodage was 13. and pianis-t wwind
18 Pedal digit creature 30 Without (Fr.) Alexander Wiley, the senior re'Wr constable thought leading !a Polliy. T g
ISSheaf 17Symbol for 31 Prattles 30 Alleged force senator from Wisconsin, and his les was the meet delelous thing iu the W yealthker 03 1
1It-is (contr.) nickel 32 Electrical unit 42 Disorder ritait hand man, Julius N. Ca en, show. Prof. Brooks Athinson (of thegN. T. uhor Geor g.Aa.
32 Withered 20 Horsemen 84 Give 43 Alone talked at Lmgth to Dulles. dissented, He found it fresha warm-heartea the screen rights. He oniy
r U Genus of 22 Warning 35 Click beetle 46 Salt pit Cahn has been assigned to funny"...The HaraM-Trib's undbrtaker, .U, wa Ifr anz Out of "Tw-'s -30.
herbs devices 36Network 46Cant full-time investigation of UN Kerr, intoned: "...the sort of play that e t e Lhdiands are jal Zimng
SApple drink agencies by Wiley, who will head go Ue dowa soineplame, cad last night, I t M %IP.-t- .
Drone bee 1 a 1 iT tne Senate Foreign Relations did."
,. I with the Justice Dept. and the In the Wings: The two foreign product Aoa ntsa in "The e e.


31i | A bsabenate Sub-committee on In- Broadway (Greek and Prench) reminded of e reviews. the dm w r
i 9mi-. mi. 1.l i ternal Security, this Wilson Mizner gag.. .The wit Wand er bto.e t letle..,lO 0 te r M t
BowlUiaa term _- Wiley was reported "boiling a Chinese Theater on Mott Street.. The Oof
'.D r aHteher r mad" at the incredible invasion was, of course, In Chthese., After the miS$ ._ .Tom i
37 Limbs o Commles and Commie fron- fell, his companion inquired: "What d t- P '" Bn y teB
38Witticism tes in top United Nations po- think of it?",.."They brought in Iqto NewSo*.f git- the* ht... a
40 Foot part llcy making p9sts. He Is one of too quickly" snarled Wilson. -. ZXathto .s 4ae. .
41 Snooze the most loyal friends the UN -- '
42 Greedy king has in the U. S. Senate and *amm e
(myth.) is furious at this infiltration. Ciaemagie: A killodrama called "Outyl m I-n
44Burmese wood In the past work he has Malaya" hba Claudette Colbert on S subbeE.u .
wprits warned UN officials they must station giving the tast tale a 3-way a
SMasuline clean up "the mass and men- "The Thief of Venile" offes eye-etehing tid' iE
appeIlation ace" or the UN will perish, and a yawn-eellecting seenairle.,i D. l
5 --- W -Wiley advised all directors was produced by Northwestera Unirfvor ee
49 Romp generol of UN agencies to re- and wins Its PI for Entertainment..Ka
-- appraise the loyalty of all Amer- Confidental," is reported W 4 be a bet
80 Chokens loan nationals in their pay and averse meller V Reaoralmg that :qlts JSUl?
S- to set up new legal procedures creeks thb id t of te t
i. ukard o If or dismissal of subversives. on ToeeI" I an
*TEBITCAL Otl.arwLse American anger Irene Duane as top _e.t ....A
U as IrI Ii will turn the big gla. UN import titled "The ClIff eo Slb -
Imr IiiI iu : na into a glass-walled the bar facts of lfe.... -
in- m".o:eum. a ent'le-saddle-flddle-tfadl...,
aAnd*orseat" stare D. Kaye. Afme a
(Co p ght 1952 Post Hall charming fairy tale made of Usl k' P
Syndicate, Inc.jbeam Rabows. I ) .. .


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These are tlie reasons Why the.RAselanChinese sais Is not -
likely to want a truce, and wh' the Biaenhower mieao, barring
extreme good. ltok, is not kel to pave the way for peace.
In fact, Pntagon inteUl8WeAe sunm H i wloh have been
sent- the. Presldaznielept shOw -that tq'- boa oe
courage by the depia'd of. our repaint pL a am .-
'withdraw UAS. troops frm orea. As a rult_, the bise
now likely to stiffen taeir tree term to Include complete
withdrawal from Korea. .

that. ke's a.No In Wo 'e t l d than .
they wre be4e .
DeC ..er W. .. .. ,' "r .
.'h., lucky break Wbidbh. ,gfiro. mitj.-et.,-.
vo A complete hangE at poy inside thbe t~rmIn, 'ad th.
will W d iscue.m lar. -.
TROOPS V$OM FORMOIA '
Barring ,heaven-msent 0ok however, here are some definite
results whMoh EaenhoWer a5*,acre: -'--
-' 4~ Thei e of _t t slbf thzr,' diyliOap .-n Chlaing
Kald-hak#i ti ups'en F it -
Or.T q e"qui pp more dvisoma'( Seuth Koreani
tro o p '... -'i .- ,. ..:' ..-.. .. ,' .
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t t sto aant WsM suggested that thitbe aat to
.in-.. order: to ie extra equlpmint for 60th
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4CM announcemhi 1. tihe. 4pointnAelts was
isenhowes headuarts b Arthur I. Van-
,denbce Jr.,a..scVty tdtEis earnhower.
The announcemist said Walter Williams, Seattle,
Wt .i investment instance man who was active in
.the senriOwer campaign, will be undersecrLtary of com-
merc. liimes 'is ia first commerce undersecretary
ever ium.d
Weks. i a ofm 1k. AG16 and served overseas in
seRstor!, h bees tW oiflWorld Warl. L
the. pul1iS national finanCe HHe taught 'school and then
e iit e 190. p entered the banking business,
B 'aaaOlSac tuas- eo ng president of Conti-
tr and nUicnflUenaa t clC., a battle mortgage,
wh.wuas atIle ino he .move- buanig Insurance, real estate
meat to hominate lsealnower amd property management firm,
an& .. .the -ampalii. in 1 R7.
oe was chairman of the na-
SIS' ta Oltlzens- for -Elaenhower
ret V We .iau organization.
ti" Of emet .-, earlier Lodese said at Eisen-
panBtl ft g n ti hower's leadqarters that the
sa4 PipsMin Indtra na prueldent-elet was a firi
the tfe States "a Canada supporter of the United Na-
(AIL). tions and would try to "build
it up, strengthen it and cor-
Vandeberg handed a-stAte" rest' Its shortemlnfg."
ment (in. the three appoint- Lodge, named by Risenhower
meints to reporters at ln- to be chief of the United Statea
bower's he arte.* mission to the U. N., told a Drfm
4 said Ea or had an- conference that the Republicans
nounce that following his in- would try to build the U. N.
augaton, he VWd.Blnd. -the..tito something that Is In-
a.nO ns ox 0o tee tlIt to the creslngly effective."
or The senator-talked to e-
Te thus com- prters at Elsenhower's hotel I
pletd e cbin et headquarters after conferring
Otm U= are John Foster ,with John roster t)ullet, who
D e of t ; Cha- ll be enhowe secretary
leas A. z, o oftstate; Warreu R. Aus.9n, pre-
fna, phr, t bchie delegate to the U. .,
secret ',aia Gov- Hid Sen. Alexander Wley (-
or4n :. Mn, Wi.) a memabe of the delega-
seertar of t tt r' tion who sla late to become
Tat Benn, seetary of arlV- chiehrman of the Senate Foreigi
culture; Herbert Brownell Jr., Relations Committee.
attorney general, ad Arthur Lodge was asked if there
E. Summerfleld, postmdatfte gen- would be much of a change in
eral.I U. 8. policy in the U. N. when
-,h new admInistration takes
Useuhlower cmpbfetid his ovqr Jan. 20.
ealinef In record f4e. Never "General XieuuhOwer be-
before has a president-elet lieves e fnily In the value
m e the appoint meant I f of t the United Nati and I
a- advampa of his Inuags- deai everythlga we can to
ts. help Itbeeme a vital luat.
hs nation for xe preseration of

Sa'rs'don'tde. o
i ti ta ls th fi* what'a wron.
that e ters h r effort wil. be to build
eld"new Iles" a t u trengthen, it and cogot
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mowerpiletod hic ybipeta ys


HUWIIyHNVA5-Eva r31her
started a 1w fashion 'fad in H
soap .and water for at least a
,sketche- eon the backs of her pi
above, is having "'The Man of He
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*~ _e isid.aIs ference with
beoaue bb Dulilesa, Austin and Wiley dtest
,~ ~ ~ ~ f S~ei^ '^ea fn Only with- problems. pertaining I-
aa u VI # ws In to t ae V., M.1W. t IMs no
ef fohe*5tL MalNies of possible datj@-ton
^. ",,--'.- .meibos were diraeuswdm
S 9-yea-old labor lder
iCttt hin chago1in In g911.
1 S1 to 1941, he w il-
#st&t dire actor .Abor un- W fA i 6 i
dew auelt.2nts; by amwer wVw *ww 99 v ifwww
AovMe Homrner, Joqban Stelle
and" aDOnW Ox
He was his i s secretary
traatprer froin 1M1 te to
whe 'he was elected Bresi t1
Durkin ved
Ow& @eyl rene~te *^. ^* ~ f
WOrld War I aud Is vhe-pn*
debt of the Ctltoue Cowference
on Industrial Preblemi dad a
director q the grationaf safety
Couwcn and the Unft rabor .for
Life. thouranea Co.
thiatj n -md -i & k
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TOMORROW WEDNESDAY AT 8:00 A.M.

.4,500 PRIZES will be offered to make

our clients share in our celebration


First Group:


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S For the convenience of our
Iany clients we will be open
yV1 daily until 900 p.m.


I The Management
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first 100 persons who buy merchandise totalling $40.00
each receive as a reward the following:
doll . .. .. .... ..$ 9.00
gallon of Roberto Oil ............. 2.30
large can of peaches .............. 0.30
pound "Florecita" Swift butter ..... 0.70
can "Maggi"L tomato sauce ......... .. 0.13
can "S & W" juice ............... 0.20
TOTAL ....................$12.63 $1,263.00


The first 100 persons who buy merchandise totalling $30.00
will each receive as a reward the following:
1 can No. 1 Klim milk ..............$ 0.85
1 jig-saw puzzle ................... 0.70
1 package Royal custard ............ 0.12
1 tablet Island Palm soap ............ 0.10
6 pounds first-qulity rice ........... 0.65
2 pounds beans .................. 0.38
1 can Fruit Cooktail ................ 0.16
1 roll Waldorf paper ................ 0.10
1 pound Caf6 Duran ................ 0.80
1 box Ace Soap .................... 0.30
TOTAL ...................$ 4.16 $ 416.00

The first 100 persons who buy merchandise totalling $20.00
will each receive as a reward the following:
1 can Keebler salitines ..............$ 0.60
1 pound Cloverbloom butter ........ 0.72
1 can of Spam ..................... 0.60
1 loaf Pan Ideal bread ............. .0.20
1 can Campbell vegetable soup ...... 0.16
I box 200 Kleenex tissues ........... .0.18
I tablet Condor soap ............. .. 0.08
1 box Suavel ice cream ............. .0.15
1 box Ava soap .................... 0.17
TOTAL ...................$ 2.86 $ 286.00


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each receive as a reward the following:
bottle Del Monte Catsup ..........S 0.40
box Rinso powder soap ............ 0.40
pound Willson lard ............... 0.20
package Lucky Strike cigarettes .... 0.20
can Heart's Delight pear nectar ..... .0.10
can Evaporated Milk .............. 0.18
bottle Colombo Bay Rum ......... 0.60
TOTAL ...................$ 2.08 $ 208.00

first 100 persons who buy merchandise totalling $5.00
each receive as a reward the following:
bottle Baturro Oil ................$ 0.48
bottle Mayonaise ................. 0.30
tablet Lavasol soap .............. 0.08
box Royal gelatine ................ 0.10
pound Sugar ................... 0.12
pound Beans ................... 0.19
TOTAL ....................$ 1.27 $ 127.00


The first 100 persons who buy merchandise totalling $2.00
will each receive as a reward the following:
1 box Corn Flakesa .................$ 0.25
1 can Condensed Milk .............. 0.30
TOTAL ....................$ 0.55 $


55.00


The first 100 persans who buy merchandise totalling $1.00
WIg each receive as a reward the following:
1 box Royal gelatine ...............$ 0.10
1 box Snaps blsoults ................ 0.12
TOTAL ....................$ 0.22 $ 22.00
GRAND TOTAL .............. $2,377.00


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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
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Sipping & AirLine News
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Sjter-American Irorth and that it has off'recl to
*~"Aviation News ,nci epe tlie pay to $750 a month.
A Pan American World Air\.;j I said it would take action to
has recorded It. 40.000th tr.,i.-'-esrlme Its schedules but :.ertsedl
t'antic crossing The 40.0r0thj sav what that action would
flight was made on the Nrw be
York-Lisbon route by one of A one-year contract between
FAA's DC-6B's in 12 hours and the i.nion and company expired
S 55 minutes In the 13 years PAA at midnight.
has been flying the Atlantic. Its
S lanes have logged more titan Three Congressmen Arrived
281 million miles and carried 1.- On Isthmus Yesterday
610.122 passengers. T',ree members of the Uni.edii
StPtes House of Represen'atlves'
Helicopters capable of carr:'- and members of their families,
ing 50 passengers are expected 'were among the passengers who
to be ready for airline use bvy ,rri\ed yesterday on the Pa'ipma
S1960 They ate designed to nrn- lner Ancon. Tw'o of the Con-'
vide center-of-city to center-oi- -e.lemen will return on theo -nm
tity service on "short haul" 7hl and the oiher will speni two'
routes up to 350 miles. '*.'eeks on the Isthmus.
Pan American World Airways The Congressmen and their
Is assured of being the first Uni- f:.rrilies who arrived were- Rep
tPd States airline to flv let and Mrs Charles B. Browrscni
S transports as a result of its rC- arcl( their three children Nancyv
cent order for three British-made Gray. Judith Ann and l'harles
Comet Ill-tvpe Jets. scheduled Christopher Brownson: Rru. and
or delivery in 1956. The compa- Mrs. Edward A Garmatz: and
nv has an option to buy seven Hen. and Mrs. Brooks Ha\';.
'" itrdctional Comets. Rep. Brownson and his lar.ily
Solani to spend the next two
AFL Flight Engineer Strike 'veks here. He is a member of
Ties Up Tourist Travel To Miami trp Republican Party from In-
NEW YORK. Dec. 2 IUPI -- danapolis, Indiana. He se-ves on
AFL flight engineers went on the House committee on expen-
strike yesterday against Eastern (l'tures in the executive d?prrt-
Air Lines, frustrating fr.stv n'ent.
Yarkees trying to flee from a Brownson is a World War II
i clc snap to Miami's warm veteran and served as an infen-
sands t. officer in both the European
I and Pacific theaters. He w-s
'he strike forced 4.684 passpn- a.l ted to Congress from the
Serr to find new transportation Eleventh Indiana Distric" in
or cancel trips on the air lines :050
Constellation network linking Rp. Garmatz. of Baltimire,
S Miaml. New York. Boston, Pittll- Mar.land. has served In the:
b-irr'h Detroit. Chicago. Mei- house since 1947 He is a Demo-
phi ,Pt Louis. New Orlears. ,'r.,t and is a member of the Mer-
Lo"- 'ie. San Antonio. Birminr- chartt Marine a-td Fisheriesi
liar Houston and San Juan committeee and the House Ad-
F,' Rico. ,',inistration Committee. He and
t-- "telons to settle the strike yrns. Garmatz plan to ret'.:I to
w" *rler wav in Miami. te States next Friday -n the
i 160 engineers, who cl-eck Ancon.
mner-"ical details of th? blig Rep. Havs is a Democrpt of
Co-,'ellations and Super-Con- jttle Rock. Arkansas. an-I it a
ste"' tons in flight, set up pick- member bf the Hhbtise Frnirsn
S -t lines to support their demands Affairs Committee, He is a veter-
,fOr nav increase. an of the first World War and a
1irrier government rules, the nimember 6f the Ai'neican Leaioni.
bic r-'nes are not allowed o[f -He nas served In Congress fir the
Sthe" -'"nd without a flight en- last ten years. He and Mr;. Hays
t"l' ,board. .01' also'teturri 'to the S ates
11 r EAT. planes were not ext Friday.
tf' d.
Th" air line said It had t can-
eel 38 flights of Super-Constella-
tiot.7 which would have carried
SP passengers each and 37
f:lehts of Constellations which ,
would have carried 60 passrn.gers
eer V1
Fiank Schoolev. vice president osfamou
ot the EAL chapter of the Fliliht
Engineers International Associa-
tlon. said the men now are paid
on l scale ranging from $430 to
S$80r a month.
Be-said the union demands the
acaie be increased to $485 mint- "
ui m and $710 maximum. On 2U0 pfls rem
.r qerwater flights to San Juan ....
e ask an increase from S640 to Snsible rotes ildude r9
0 a month. .....
The company said the er"gin- IMany rems with.Tlevsn
4.# 4e'rs top pay now Is about S666 a


t Slim Fat Away
I f fat ruins your figure or makes 7th AV. NEW
S ru short of breath and endangers at Oth St. NEW RK
rour health, you will find it easy
to lose a halt pound a day with the ON' TINIS SQUAR Al IlIA CIIY
r sew Hollywood method called
FORMODE. No drastic dieting or Iame t li. *i l.sq aIfe M nbisg
ixerclse. Absolutely safe. Ask yow
Semist for FORMODE and mt
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down, that old fence altogether" 1 A BE NO BE
NOUCH RUGGED, ROUGH
STHI, A6 ND RUMPL.EDP

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840

Royal Mall Lines, Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND. PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. ."SALAVERRY" ...........................Dec. 6th
S.S. "KENUTA" ..................................Dec. 16th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, BOOT8 AND HER BUDDIES
HAVANA, NASSAU .. .-C.. p-
BERMUDA, CORURA AND LA PALLICE ORLtw~9 SAO
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 T6ns) ....Feb. 18th S 0 R O
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT ..o f w' "t
S.S. "TALCA" ...................................Dec. 9th .S%' oS M S
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ...........................D. e 24th .M5 M.L A
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ..............................Dee. 25th -
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" ............................Dec. 4th
M.V. "DRINA0 ..................................Dec. 8th
B.S. "LOCH RYAN" ............................Dec. 30th
TO UK/CONTINENT
M.V. "DONGEDYK" ................,....... ...Dee. Udth
M.S. "DURANGO" ........................... t
.S.- 1 OTARO" ................................. th
Al Sailings Subject to Change Without Notlee. CAPTAIN FASY
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO. Cristobal TeL 1654/5
FORD CO. INC. fPANAMA-Ave. Peru *55. Tel. 3-375/*
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*luinge durin a specified tnle.
The S. A. announced that, for
Jthe oric of ofne dollar per cou-
ple. students from Balboa High
- School and Gristobal High School
will be weoome to atteAd the
bristsaa FOrmal which with be
1,_ld on the lth of ,this month.
wThw .dae w.il take place at tuhe

We d Coilege bik et-
bll tmhas been well tider

bhddalthe oI. Gy
'the dire.tin of C000
i( .ntbe wenty-third -A.
putheibb Jjpnior CoUivil wia e
lnra1- t;he i-ihmruiiB nnt heb-A


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-r gi;l Fooater .. .
, re. fe]aective CoIee
scheduled for i.Oe,. 4 h1 b"e

dijinterest 1 test moet
tllfW* stemq from lhea-seeinhnfly-
preseted" to Individals
who partake of this form of de-r

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e ,t RtEI SON

:, .l i YWOOD, (NA) Ex- agnts who phone him that he's n ein h n
: i B. S juls l Yours: Betty arabia retired for go.udl
".' o _nroe has no ideas about FEEL A CHILL? Find new hearing happiness
l-'ausical comedy queen
-d gtAZW, $O t and 1 the 'lPo lot after she corn- It's now up to MOM to decide with the tiny new Audivox "70".
S.. ',.we like t, how can we help It, unlikee it? And iev runer d ld her dancing an singng whether studio's too sma:l Two matched microphones plus
we anth wonder unefeae was it ItJane Russell i 'Oen- to hold both Lana Turner and Wide Angle Sound Grille,
W ,W *- ., e -^ ^,^ rini.w Prefer Blondes." oernando Lamas. Holding Ar- bring in sounds natural and
I he w m allowed ,wat to do only a few mu- lnDahl's hand at Ciros, La- clear, even at the whisper level.
S Last Friday they proved themselves once again to be real them school, to sa i s," Marilyn of the wide- mas said:
hhat they were going to l a, baby-Jblue eyes told me. "A "I've asked for my release from Visit your Audivox Hearing
Shamponf by beingthernat first Conal Zone teem to bthe win- West. The rest of their da;7a b a wonderful thing to MGM. I feel that I1 be happier Specialist... try the new Audi-
snewre orf a International Football game. 'uniform" consisted of montuno t II wantt to know about "way from the studio for many vox "70". No obligation, of
T' Th Balb. ulde played the a itW 1 hats and levies. g eled, too. It won't be reasons. So -far we're still in the course.
11A.- an I'em sare every who sawsitm wigl It fets. aeaf after another. I'm talking stage. But it's all very Wrilt today
,n the verw best football games ever pIls ,. Thanks unio r ld theAireMa sh the ght, blonde, fluf friendly."
rit mi uat Fre Cotch tn and Bholbdog t uk ew,'r. weAk. The firat part coted of fy musMleal comedy type."d Fox sl moving heaven als "rl
rht. n there pitching and holding ta e d a skt -entit led n t nksvTng iottest rumor burning the earth to clear the title, "Titanic," X
Nofril and Bruce Or* were h tPed thWe tr ru r Aprehenion." The Otherthe
two beautiful TD's. weApren oio. scene in Th e en. asrapevine to a crisp is that Bob torIts saga of the sinking of thesuc TO
eeoace Ie iZea liner-in 1912. But avid
That WA our lt football game or 9, ap thatoot- ooUncle Blly" made a fine an- u as a rot against the elznlck..controls the tag and
bill season in over we have coe oUt on top, which the football playe we xe. recently given to some top the studio is currently using the AN D DIVON
I'm sure the entire student body will want to tank- ris n powder roo en oduer and writers resposi- working title of "Nearer My God
Ing Coaches. John, Fawcett and Walter ito h. who were enacted by boys. COngrats, Kids, efor some of his big hits. Thee. I(0. AR
largely responsible for our team that Just .woWI be beat. it was a job well done... The mad-on between Tohn Aldo Ray isn't down-in-the- Apartade 1022 Panama -
np l 'eg A e meu w d Wayne and Herbert Yates of Re- mouth about Montgomery Clift
S And peoples, I've-sfeenr god half-tima and,1've seen good pediltely after th nlors' public, after an association of "ding the P. Prewitt role in -
half-times, but M.hf--time Fridaty night ami l beat. asmbly. The players repte, many years,. has movietower Fronm Here to Eternity." Co-
O b w nh u 'and leb. Ie tetl you,.y the-ed 0arp rernon BnpttMt- 'o"The Alamo," a property t. Warden part in the James
They were led bY dwi malor Cleve Soper ano 0or classy ma- ed to tht. student bod a he had worked on for six years Jones szzler about Army life.
jorettes, Barbara Hammold, Jeanene Kleaanet and- Janey Stock- fringed tapestry with a ter whe he left Republic a few will bo either Evelyn Keyes
holm. on it. Never before had there W ek2 aWo. 't
been so mueh -pep, vim, and "Yates is saying that he built dr Teresa Wright in the BritlhMa
Also marching Friday night w the RTC Drill Team,. means W rowled on version of "Breach f Mar-
led by Doug Saty. That exaotness in step and precision in students ofCHS The boys the set-of "Troble Along the
ever deal has come out of l1ng and many h urs of prae- were given a real send off. Way" at Warners "Why. I built Isemnation.... Irene Hervey,-
tice,.and those-boys certainly deserve'a pat .n the back, -his tudiol0 o theflicken or years returns
.--k.-wh tocmarelethat'*nf h WBursl All Seniors and their Parentsrner
Thqe .know hpw to mrth, tht's sr el Are enlo I nBdther prnte ... Lex Barker's ducking the
-- were Invited to attend College Bra4 Dexter told me, "Don't t;"" romance?" question with:
The -f*Pp- ad had practicedfor t1he. bWlf e, too, and Nite which was held at the 'In- believe the .local gosai. P "Ask Lana aTurner."
those hundred sirls in thelt red and white can really cut an Im- tor-Amertean Women's Club. f We a I defibit4IUPf marry. _n
Wiesive figure. Sure .maklC the BuIldo proud to have the "V" Ther-In purpose of dair ar
thbwre at the goal pea st .for them,toL run lrou h. was to' acquaint the Mudnts Thre will be n movie core- ticket Ro money's quick depar-
Worth at with -'the different-. -emluofbaefrm Larria Vegwasafe apu his.I
Wednesday afternoon .B S played to Lake Worth HI at their hip a tl the to urist, who asked native to
P1 .Raij. Principal T. FP P bt. introduced several people fro ~gC 4n the Uni "B tes. "Where can we see Micke and
hake Woth to the students. Among them were Charles Stan- Refrelanents were iei after his bride?" I
f. Assistant Prlindlpal William Cook, Hetd Coach; John Gof- words to close a moat p0y able One gagater answered "I'm o fL I
Se stantCach David Macee, Trer; and ia yette R sorry they'vealready left 9 a
en, o Is t Executive Secretary for Florida tate High .for Reno to get a divorce"
School 'Athet AaSociation. Ie Seniors are well udder divorce." 4
Coach Cook of LWHS Introduced 'his Trojans tqlBHS, and aper.it theirn dan for the"Clrist#l._ B N@
their cheerjkders led a cheer for the Maroon and white. After to try to make this one of the .- first time on the screen in
the introduction of our coach. John Fawcett, the two cheering most successful eventas-ol the BY OSWALD JACOBY "Slaves of Babylon" and th-e Co-
squads le4 a T-E-A-M for ,both teams., year. This can be -seen by. the Written far NBA Service !pmbia press agents can't wait to
work of popular Senior Prexy I release photos of Linda's chassis
L. F. Glad presented the Sears Trophy to Fred Cotton, our Lea Rinthart. Formal attire i movements.
Honorary Captain for the season, and then the PelpRally was preferred -and the place -ang NQIt l
closed with the AbNa Mater and a good feeling ,of sportsman- hour are theHotel Wshn Gertrude Berg has been ud- Ds
hD. a I30 p.;4. pn Friday, the :2th ling with S. N. Behrman and i
Bear some veay good reports from Lalke Worth and of Decent .. f* '.he Theater Guild on a project. lifetimeofhe
M8S on bhr "dosaflet y" (that would be a. Football Dance If yeu see an Jal ors look- 1 4 may take her away from anJJepenJal
to most people, but jut thing at ll to LW). The de- ngstar-ey, It's bena Mse W EAS Berman wants hergst for a time
ere ri lly' tret, tbanksxt Franals oyd ald hi they re admiring their own AKQ 94 32 b play that.he is penning about pen nervic
xpgohntt wadrew and 46nlife-sined class plotharIbnDV1IV hK10KWs is motherS.... "King Eoi mons 9 P. A.
eates of the whole teaseand the .. .the han [ilotmth, e % aid the Queen of Sheba" 's back
Sn 63 Q.e72 6nothedFoxscheduleandthestu- 'i Xmas
sue entertainment"wis lustsdl .AiI you can "On O lotheget I_ the SOUTH (D1 dGo can't see any stars but Lau-
about eight fotbalpyersn h not very yearbook is he ab J 7 ene Oliver and Vvien Le
operating tops doing a. hula dance yu- o W wh .. The pictures .It seems t '.all tbe* V J .s the leads. Lionel Barry
S*es even got in the swlng of ftng i tohi m a ve ry beauty of the ben! a tAJO or's firstenovel. "'Mr. Can
pec al surprise was the acordhn playing an f."cot a rothh!IInt o a mwine,"'s hits the stands on.e-Y
r "I 1S .m A9 Potty 1 acquired In their N0h, b- *
S" ha .Jeeurs beenurpdly r Y1 ,.i, Ke I hsideun" it.. te t nL
S Wec Howard Hughes hab we
S"C rf b ea I E tT hdis be tAree N..Pad 3N.T P o of RKO but one of the undls-





to theeJour earld rtu n e. Comn ls leah a Khave the lasta saouryn film editn-
clans, U doing its beat tohe l of "Jet Pilot e The film's still ono 17 e
thin year's yearbook the bes ye n the the shelf after three years.
South n order todo t s intb .wi I W EL th Rt I
ave snapshots and mor* spap- From ow on I will describe June Allyson is asking MGM to 137 d' afvs a I ci
shots. If you lhve auy prep yaye are n artr
...lro yh h-Journalism Cn. Ithe strei of any hand in m irehubb Dick Powell s her





drop by the Jrai t ve sh o a a l be closed Monday,
Sterms of the p r -3-2-1 director on her next filnm.-a
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So m te n tehe tinh eoshuio a se Jo i
.... ^The r'tobal Juniors won In port county:.
te rife who wrote that letter Tisrnot a suddendeision..ala n td have himdirect me, she
rlstoheri Faulty by- re o Ih believed in point-count bktbbling. "I think he's ona of










1111 to 1099. Scaright. ron-uas biddistng everon, stoppae 1935, whenst d
high point man for tle tuniors. Howard Schenken and I pre-
ey West proved y are critclve scented the Four Acs point count of Nta Fohha nipped ff her
ir teen-agers conduct ainst Our idea was good, but our -length hair and also her ro-
t ust tell them what not sto r in each o the weoure a it otograper Milton
S"obal'a touchdowns were goored conby years ahead of hi millions of because iwe became ve-
Sody-Bl tvberson hand To n iughe hi 10dge ploinyers an this country. rgood friends and I ouldn'
u ,Balboa held un the flag an it was ned cessary to wait un- see myself marrying a good
.for. the Cana Zone by scoring til they got ready to acceptenoughe nd."











tjl pshe hfir win over a States team new id la __ __ __ _J
Se work, Bulldogs li It seems to me that most
bridge players are now famold ther
-Tom Catansaro with the point count, so LI ca&, -
turn to that way of describe g a
confus11i ng myreadis. B E4 |
I RUTH A ILE tU Says... just incae nyete not i
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aW .mal t we teen-a rs have 4 points; each ki ng,3 e adfn l
wt .oo structiv e help, dstedlqueen, a..a h jaac it i.
.....lalnfp about our. lsks., our i ,-and. P.1lts In the entire1
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i .ae ,ou, Ad ith one of our Agents or our office, in .o. 57 --a 1" Street Panamin U 'ri. H O G -840Ch .ars Ani ll Vi
No. 12,179 Central Ac. o,6n w. ftre o AsaoIt_*a..
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No 4 Tivoli Ave -Phone 2-2291 an No. 55 West 12th Street 10.059 Melde Ave.--Phone 255 Col6n Pr sdnti0tion Slltr at .
TW drmqqj4tton will be atS v t.
n en ..le.r.. de aPropaganda, S.A. Minimum for 12 word. Today, Tusday.. Dc. t p' an both a ..
Ju prison' Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones "H" Street corner fJ~udiante St. c. each additional word. PM o f. I ut ornament. Tof
Fourth olu' Ave-Phone 2-0441 No 3 Ltcerv Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2124 an t2-798 :.each addiiohe Little Bhow w rl. efrnamentS, Tai
I __,.__3:30-Muli for Tuesday .. b-u yi ( b ..e". '"
.'00--Sunny Dayn 14L, time, Mrs .
4:15-S-uth of the Border M "r. own wa l rllib
RSALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS KRESORTS.4JMMKIAL sWhst' YourFayort ltrlon, -
S. l. .l .l De *h ave. drilkkinlg PrIel PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The PROFESSIONAL :35-What's Your Fav orite a round mn av.ai on Cl ato
H ll Write Akeells Anoeymous. only court in Santa Clara with n (contd) th Ithu. chance" toproVe hel-'
S FOF SALE -1951 Pontiac. De Lu.e 2031 -- Aa CZ. Oceanview from all cottages. Steps 6 :00-PADS AND FASHIONS Eaph yest btn out a new theti to la r." .
Fer S-^LE. '..c, .'... ., -o a.l Hsdrtrnotc leoaher up- to beach, Rock Gas refrigeration. 6:30-Hawafl Calls feature, onI otfe o l n udrlTnl.hil of eta -r
v ci .'-.- 1 R .- "..ltler,. roado 191 Ford \ -. GRAND XMAS SALE: All at bar- barbecue and shuffle board. Pan- RATS are 6:45.owell Thomas rom pat ye58 tI eCon Tatt t .we
S rora. rodo 5616.8. Doblo. .gin pces. Fresh stehks ,ilippne amo 3-1877, Margarita 3-1673. 7:00-Ray's A. Laugh (BBC) mas corsage )ut.:ar4 ltt nev auggW itd. &*a :f'.
Ru Rattan and me hgany furniture. Box No. 435 Balboa EXPENSIVE GUESTS. 7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS coned. I Oal n 0Ob ed
:OR- Lore esrtmnt Chinee novel- IF YOU REALLY WANT REVIEW At the Bizla demonstration l bln a; f "
i.OR SALE H d.u eh t. e, butte FOR _SALE 19-1 Pontiace C.upe ies etc. W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of W,Iliams' Santa Clara Beach cottages. TO GET RID Or THEM 7:45--Jm Session s1. Morgan W ow. step by m l
in oo de.i. -g bl ei ", 0 01- 1 Lbrar, Table$ $1 C00Com July Ave. Tel. 2-2446. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration. Rock- 8 BI-Perry Com Show VOA just ow pSoo the_
4 chobr. cl-ncii S^ ^t-Perry Como Shovi (VOA)Step, just bow 5;es be NMI
cher. dabl edi.i h liener d 0I.REWARD $25.00 to person furnish-U gas rangers, Balboa 2-3050. USE 8:15--Fred Waring and his bre for tur h yl0h ati
c., ela Tel. 6-29 ng nfornmation leading to my rent- Gramlich Santo Clara beach. PennaylvnMu F pae ui'pb e tS
S 4 mg of furnished apartment or cha- cottages Electric ice boxes, g., 8:30-ranke Masters Enter- wuv t- v -
FOR LE- c.ghou rege.- FOR SALE._1941 Chevrolet inoe let in residential section. Call Mrs. stoves, moderate rates. Telephone a & Muse Killer tn. on s a r. h ang roval -mi ~
toR. 9 c ,ch. engine19481, 2 door good cond Myers .m to4 82-218 6-441 Gamb 7 Pd Mi :5-U.. Commentary wall ofar door. na p ii*1
cycle. +.come boac. tab .top en. $400. Phone British Legaon. Hearing Aid. In perfect condition. guel., (COntain WAR-ARIN) 9"00-Rhythm Rangers wal o driftwood in b ell- be -
eerln n Ind perfe2tanand tn9n. The use of dritwood In bell- .etn ti t l t e
gas tbe B Rad. Panama 2-091 May be seen 3 to 6 p. m. Colle46 F NOVEY INC 930-M of Howard Barlow day displays Will be another In-
ba* d s2 5or 60 cclie- Phone r FOR SALE -952 Cadillac 4 Door. I0 Bellao Vsta. R RENT O F. N VEY. NC. M A)
10:00-Dance Music demoregtlasect of Mrs. Mor an' ore
Paddock bo3 nly 1.500 miles land I don't Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clitnc. og 279 Central Ave. Tel 3-0140 10:15-Muleal Interlude MrS. Moran Is well known Sy
FOR S LE --Ba..boo L...ngro.m se mean 15.000 as a typographical Estudiante Sreet No. 140. Between 10.30-Variety Bandbox (BBC) Ms wel known
4 prece S)0CC'0 C'an., $4-i00 error previously indicotedi. Fact "K" and "J" street. Phone 2. FOR RENT.--Beautiful, comfortable, ll:00-The Owl's Nest l '. h lad
N ghtr able '0. No IC1 099 s need smaller car and wll accept 3479. Panama. 3 bedroom house. Completely fur- MODERN FURNITURE Midnight--gln Off e InKr ea.
10threet At rrde-. OVERALL. 5330-A Da nshed. At Federico Boyd and 50th11 Ave.In.
SRET^R I Streei. Diablo. Tel. Bol. 2567. Mr. & Mrs. Capitan at your orders. Street. Price B 300000. Col 3- VIIT o0 nO w.a-ON (Cntlln l I S .
D0 c,.:Lc E.e new R201300 lakes Imported Used Tires & Tubes at Bar- Costa Rica. Information your -_or W se- Ropbh ll'l AM.
it. No. 71 tMarano Arosemena .t gain Prices, at Agencias Cosmos Travel MuER "bAgents.oi go do onetl
Panama. o No. 29 Tel. Panama We dry clean, dye. Home delivery :Mi0sneousm k cb o i B t
Position Offered F ALE:-194Coe FO RENT 4. ..Cadillac Cnvert- Via Esp a. Tel e 3 1 1n lon
bible. Excellent condition, $365.00 'Branch, East 24th and Central 8 -gm lg k Su lntul u e tel ae
WANTED. Expeenced Englsh dcwn will handle. Hduse 1420-B. Avenue. Telephone 2-1346. Ap'loret l e 9:00-tNewa been the rlu before a strm'in
Sponh Sier.ogropher Colombia Balboa. :M Bxt. S. A. 9:1lm-Come And et t ator'in
Picre. Eueb.o A Morale6Ave, FOR A EALHAM A APARTMENT S Korea.'
E Cangreo Pral DFOR -SALE -1949 Chevrolet Con- 9:3 g- I I e'It TatK of a poble Red attack mo
El Cangreto Panma FOerble De Luxe; excellent condi- FA wo and five room furnished and Shipping,'-moving, storage. 10:0 Newa ncludeld speculation on the i- cu'Zre when aL the
POSITION OFFERED Steamship tion. radio, cream, black top Mistelnetue n unfurnished apartments-private en- 10 :O-O th odpc 'speculatv onte i
SAgency Balboa. reQuires shorthand- Must ell. Leaving Isthmus. Phone closed Gerdens. 8061. Ith Street. We pack and crate or move 10:0e-Off the Record pactEtt old have on .thb visit b10 "I
11S:00-News of Elmnebower. *C be had no bra h2e he wmh
typist experienced at handing 2-6341. Bldg 278. Ancon. FOR SALE: ',Flishmonn electric Ne Cristobol. Taleohone Colon anything. 'Phone 2.2461, 11:05-Off the Record (Contd) In Seoul today South Korea's coming dwn a hi nar the en-
Scommercoa dctotron, a sant train, brand new, with tunnels.Po 1386. 2.2562, Panama. 1:30-lgeet the Band Presidentll b ee saidhe tne tle p tnt
clerk, stenographer. Apply in wrt- FOR SALE -1950 Pos 8 De L stations, switches and l ccess- R RENT -n "El angre for 12: w ter t th
ing for interview Manager, Box with Hydramatic, W/S tires, radio 'es. No. 99 "B" Avenue. Agencies $130 3 bedroom apartment.foIhNjwltau.1Oren lEanh .e =tia ,-'
200. Balbo Cana Zone and seat covers, $1,750. Delivery sso.Inho rea t nh a
December 10th. Tel. alboa 1446 maid room, garage. Tlepho12:0-LuncheonMusic o veatheC
FOR -GALE:-Ph.lippne Raottan set. after 6:00 p.m. PANAMUSICA'S LATEST LIST OF 2-1456, Panama 12:30-Popu Music tIROPRS er e
tl~ree p-eces, Iwo end tables. maho- vMHITS FOR RENTu:--Furnished one bedrooms] .r"
S,.-double bedn .th mares FOR SALE---,946 Ford. Clean,good (45 RPMI a eFOR RENT:-Fu d oe b m d nalty Parade are notf ara mh oliBb 0
spring. Two nie t ables one set condition throughout. Leaving for j Stafford: Early Autumn; Jambo- apartment, livingroom kitchen :-Lum d.Abnernoe,
Cn table. ado eal high States Must sacrifice $62500 Babyou Belong to Me. bath and telephone, center. leav- O :00--Alle ftarnd. b al er phpideU 2i N1Be
chair. Qirs. 256, B, Albro k_ Teli Phone Coco Solo -787. Rosemary Clooney: Blues in e. the country. want to rent. To- a ~ I .and 2 8 Pm n.2 .1Th Q at ler"Time, 'blu"st'"I
86,FOR SALE -1948 Plymouth De Lux .Night,; Botch-a-me; Half as M;n helephon2-2. 0282 Ss lrb 0.r-,TbtUr3-130 M"11b n .,i.
FOR SALE .-One [I ndix Ec.noinal 2-door Sedan. Good condition. Johnny Roy: Love Me; Walkrn' My FOR RENT:-To couple w-thout chil- (P black tra m.Lux rheatrei 2:45-.NOte on Jugs .ill --mNm9
automatic sher 1437-D Owen Phcne Coca Solo 381. Baby Bck Home dren. modern apartment, furnished 3:00-All Co tal
StFORmSALtc wh Frnkie Lame: Sugorbush; High Refrigerator. Other apartments 3:15-The 'thbwe t .
SSr- --R SALE.--Plymouth. i rate 1949, Noon occupied by Army families. Tele- lAVE FUN AND FRIENDSI :som-Musldc IrWednesda Mt us,(..,
FOR SALE: Studio Couch and 4' leather upholstering, radio, new orah Vaughn: My Tormented Heart. phone 3-0471, Carrosquilla. Sec- 4:00- tlFUN AND RItE1 '' "
dinirigroom choir. Tel. 2-3692 tres. perfect condition. Duty paid. Sammy Kaye, Patt Page: I' n. n Street No. 48, Via Espaa. 4 5
3 cy.e. e-celleni conc-htin. 3' --2I. __ ________ Leftv Fizzell: Forever. And man1, FOR
I 'leowk e.t 'o,', io : 2 ,FO R SA-LE '.: 1950 Nash. has ba Others! A .RENT hSub. "a '-- iin 5 ,
|ea Eaui tinn. tce f
with rug cuPhions Houe z0259-C od:. ovrdre D W. KelRs, Cu- d.n .tC nd.e Cl 83 Fooms" Gre M o o-NTe. ilriaI +o. 4| *"" :S
Iamboa. __._-_" ... ,undu Fire Station. Telephone 83-F-Ll:35-What's Your Favorite Be ou
,_2212. FOR RENT:- In Bella Vista, beauti- -.t(CO ) "t 'i r Rheoe a It U be
i WANTED FOR SALE.-951 Oldsmobile Hy- ea e fully furnished bedroom, kitchen e DU N 'mJAD AND'F A "i.NS "
SAE dramatic, 4 door, radio, duty paid, FOR SALE: i eCountry-home "La pie. Mi Avnue 69 -0 r '-.A.:- Rlc Raa.ordS
MscllneOI ke new. Easy payments. Cantina Cascada" situated n the Tans near 43rd St. Phone 3-0553. BALDEiA 1 T. C. A. wels
_..._ .Panama Canal. J Street. Tel. 2- isthmian Highway, 12 miles from a i 1 dm A I1 I :7;0-LoE 3501 PouR 'S t==
G ge doubleor epeply. 1t Irory. 1347. Owe of a Ca| sr LESS M NS ll:0-Th 6 ahor af
WAL A 10 nED TO BUY-" One 410' 1347. Colon, located in a small hil wilt-, L r C Uu,-r, 'inf M i1dnlgb,-- igrU '.o CS.,1 w +; "
Ga.ge doubler repeater un FOR SALE-One 1951 Chevrolet adjacent river and small water-. :45-French :ln the AIr (R- Mouty af e
S.ol"et...e ox -4 atun or T- .0 Bel A ir with Power Glide T. T. fall. Fruit trees and improvements CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH, t frs i .. 8 r F:00- aven tr to the O 1 a
S4 between 7e,250 e$0If00 A. 3a .30fink make the teawonderf
wr. 13.000 Mes. Cn be an- ke the site a wonderful coun- Romero s practical system. Estu- ..J 8,45-UPe. e .000 e.ent a bey
I lced Days call Balboa 132-. After ry-homed Swimming in the rver d inte St 77-A N. D2, 1-2 block RCLyvS i l032A eti*ngin' (*. tSpearvri
HelP W nte.d P 3540.I n both dry and wet season Call from Atlas Garden. 9:.0-The B*Im ..a- .o._..ut ftu,
,l e]n_. telephone 8"7 or r-..e-9:30- eS- -,et
-L-.--I- ^ i ,bI FOR SALE '- 19 1 Ponti, ac C atalina teleph one B 877aolboa HigP 0-hool Ena, AS .te TaId FeIder ll ch'Dtere" ,edal lCh ._vl(A M ay .r c_-01_f
iWATED -Good cook. If notgood 6. Hydramatic. Radio. Blue and FOR SALE BronzeI lt da lTH' aI hoE T, .ira-Be. K'..ote '-,
Su 0 and .Colo ^e odItaon500008 memers ll1&51.,,The Oak-Leaf Cluster, signify- )idnight-8llf
FOR. S Buick Cluboue .- "ii ng the second award ofthe "
apply.... R oset FR.1 C.Ownt. B oF SL ator.1 Toe On- di
A v e a T areodit -0 and. lIrt .Cln60cycle$4000 2 hp 60 cycle'Boz tr Mdl w me E *
le-erod SerFOR SAEl3Rl-- c Cu. FOR SALEu :p Motorcy .icles, on FR- CLE hl .... A geerto 1 c ronect io i ml lln O A-- OI ea d* 1 .,
VWdien Dependents o e FOR SALEcs one 192 1-4 hp 25 cycle, o Capt. E l amo e-o VOA-VoI,
.Triumph Thunderbird, .650m ... ,- f. DC. 2 hp DC. 1445-A nical offer of the Fort Kob- S C-Brit
-I- Dtwin seat. $500. One 195 BSA Owen 2. .3630 A he Dispensary. by Col. Robert M9 pwers2 n
AIp O 2. All Atid Bonayis. 5 months old. One month nouglas, commader of tho.33-d RDF-.Ra4Sodiffual Bon rapals9
vI p t Kb .Free Tradrote BUnions guarantee left 2500 male.'s u. dIntantrv Regioent. Saturdayra
Irse At Kobbe Meeling In NY C a, r cs amiren o the 33dv o d- Soc yS u denk '
-i~emb shi. Rses Company.after servt ,in i
-I 1 DougEs Colonlel Rob- NEW YORK. Dec. 2 tUhSIS)- on Horh Schll Rs with the 65th P&RAnry. Marc D --

Dsaer Control Zone 27 me-ting of the executIve board S ag e won s e S ar
n the Fo33d Inan Kobbe Thery a- of the international Confedera- The Balboa High School State and Federally chattered Medal with V devil che Jn May er Canal o l
e reent. countries are e Trade Unions the National Honor iet t unions together had more oerating a Battalin A ti R t
Fot, lou' female depenen.A i CEFTU). U hold Initiatonsh tonf gl. hn 000 000 1member0 in am5n. anider the moa t hazardous o nr- ertwof P s
t be one. te a rsThe new member who be'ndth n oding to annual estimes i actions. The station lad: e M th. I
pe'. il the 22-hour FIrst Aid ThIs is the board's first meet- e siltiated in the Balboa High the Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Caot. Emillo Ra mrezTKubl....oh .t
Sport ar e. Serhantr ths AeR .- Afog irs hommtshe Cteron Shyeh o r tea y a tstand o0.00 t ne ear totaled close to $750 id connection with military op-
we rod. a J wo-ai-uez g are scheduled to run daily htet fhdrc t her outf sding or00 preliminary estUmates erat'onet against an armed ene.

eish speak Jine dependents, while w i lo rae. Moledrsagad ran n du o d ertgage loans constituted 20 1g Aug. 1951 to 0 JIet95ner'1 n t ,mor',.
do 01a95 28R. All three men are of the ICFTU and General Be- Tzs. Dean of thLe Cathedral in at the end of 1951 in tle 21 -rn' Platbon Leader of the Col- s u. -
att ched to the Kobbe Oala..ter cretary of the British Trades St Luke at ,ncon and tonight. i.aleos supplying this informa- ;ertina Stetlion he performed his P6t
Conitrol Center. Captain Fred L. Union Congress. is presiding, 'uest speaker, has chosen "Edu- tlon. wre iglutleu l a sin p .tIul Oltstopd' w wl ltake a .
ur. Officer-in-Charge. Four Americans are attendlng r atIo for Freedom" as his stth- The ollowina preliminary fig- ing manner WOrking long ardu. tot
Doloes 2Cabalhero. Nina D. Cal- American affiliates of the in- Balboa High School, will admia- the Bureau: algrtapl4d a high1R| eV'itent Gigaeld.
dern Maria Inez Camacho Ra- international organization. They ister the oath. .h State and Federal: Number of ,viatm -o-f medcly1 ewae"waton, ozg w.oW t 0
moona C. de Carrera. Geogngma are: The National Honor Soeiet- is ative associations, 11.275. nurn-i, **trea-ed the sick and other ip., wi
st. Pua Cestero. Josea B. under the sponsorship of Mis er or members, 5,196,518; amount tiderd with )4lb de,-,' a d .e "Oeath
gle Collz~zo. Iabel Conde. Ana: George Meany. President of Margaret Whitman. o. :oans outstanding at eid of di au skill. Hie -
Maiis Fonseca. Cecilia Fonecaa the American Federation of The new initiates are: Marnly' 'ean. $747.363.000: paid-in share lrg ofte.mediri-.l w .il_ '
-Gladys M. Garcia. Mar;, Del Labor tAFL,: Michael Ross, Ford. Maria All. Bill Dawsnn capital.9 ".040.422.000t resetirvs ill,.r8"th n |t|
'Rosario Guevara. Aida C. Mor- Chairman of the Internatiornal Don Tribe. Judith May Mai 409.696.000: total assets. 931, .Ot.- n ,ejps nde ,, letl!ate 'eit oihte|
tas Carmen R. Landron. Arace- Affairs Committee of.the Con- .Tanre Svlvestre Jennye Sttphens, 402.000; net earnings. S39.7B9, 0. 4lppies i' peuiod while
.la 0. Lopez Cruz M. Maldona- areas of Industrial organizations Ton.t rimison. Katherine Cros'.. n- Pont-ct eveh.e con......... )., .COI
do. Ana Ros;, Marrero. 4rcadla tCIOJ & :v Beth Lewis and Bo
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d e Otaso. Mary Ortz. Carmen A. H hes. *wa aV
SOar si de Perez. Victoria L. de Irving Brown. European re- .at *K 'ohl's
Ru,les and Josefa Rosario. presentatihe for the L. Civic Council ,t1 d --
G rAduates of Class 28 r.e:. David Dubinsky. Vice Preal- Emergency Plan n,,r,,,evot
tlur e Barth. Jo% Black. Mar-:dent of the .AFL and President Meets Thursday u ot,,.-
,etBoswiorth. Dorothy Bwer. of the International Ladleas Oar- To Ship.Hay South Me.etsd .*.
dEdnl Chapin. Loulse Entcles, ir.'nt Workers Union. The next regular meetings of "
Dantonica M Faistenhanner, C ngress the Pedro Miguel Civic Counil
itlli $. Gama. Phyliss M. Colina, Left To Congress will be held on Thursday at 7:30
Muary Jane Gerst. Opal Huilh- e, WASHINTON Dec.2 (UP' p. m. in the Girl Scout -CoM-
ton Ruth Lardon. Margaret Liv-, t, .- 1. The fate of the government's munity House.
Irfukone Allene Marlin. Ernes-IDJiet jiUdies P $8000.000 emergency plan to In addition to the regular
tine McLaughlin. Frances J. sh hay to drought-stricke business meeting of the cou
SWinfield Muszynski Eve estock producers'in the SputIh the newly elected offleere w
|yn lreuit, Arletre Qulck..TasLie L i
yn euit. Arleie Quick. Jasie L apparently will be left up to be Inbtalled and committee re- -.. .
et s. Mildred Scott and Gene- TOKYO, Dec. 2 (UP,-The Conrres. the Agriculture De- ports will be given. '
a ~thc rinaton. apanese cabinet today studied vartment Indicated today.
Al--h --rineton. a r,.tition asking the govern- Severe drought conditions are
.. meant to file suit against Russia cmttinuing and expanding, the eorge
before The Hague court for the denartment said. and "It is o1 1*
recovery of the Soviet-occupied ocblous that enough ha, to 'Meet ngP ost'
Hobamal Wlands of northern me.t all essent il needs canr.ot -
Japan. tn c be obtained in m ePsent five- The regular mon
The petition. which was state supply Ars, or with the of the Geortetown tlb
i ir brought before the Diet, was funds pr.nmtly avalable.', was heduled to
from Gov. TashifumJ Tanaka of 1Oficla,, thought at first that at Cooo del Mi.
a Kokkaldo. Japan's northern.- the $8,000.000 authOrijd by Pres- became atf..
most island. Ident Truman for the prot*em. z
,Dr. A. -.ealdes asking the Internt- would be enough to eary
y=U mians Court to rule, Taa. l through the winter,
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trwho O A e. e..rday, Decen)ber 13, P r O m ." El PanamaBreo- -Ie l nuOBED ITH GIFT SHOWER have a covered dish lun.
'00 to 9:0, pit. In the blo and a gift exchange. The b I
G .. l ymna.um,. -. .out .r th .d tin roof. of the city anr Ms IS R, whose marriage on Sunday to Mr. hen wl e served a 1
A= awj-,o, uaa ei atw ./roofs of the It anI- Peter Lmsn, will b uf interest to the Chinese Colony on both
SVer Crele hrstma Party P ul ed roof of the nte ie o the Is s, was hono with a crystal shower given Gifts are to be priced in t
a Oro o the dt Inshe tMloos Julie ses Sunda at the bhme of Mi. La. L, Wonsg in New C rlstobal. ffty cent bracket
Se i P Pmemb and color and tor- T hosteses for the party, Charles Anthony, for his grand- Birthd eebrat
for a Christmas mArt Lovers'. ineud~nL .et of a country she I'Lids with Mix. Wang were: Mrs Cae- fathers.
SWedneae r It her ad f c from the diplomatic cp fac nating. sar W Mrs. Marce lla Gr ve Mrs. Fernandez is the foriner A pty was gven by
11 ~ i.o,.i u .:0. r od Arp. t,.N._, Aid r nForesa. Cand, R fMrs. Tomas Huff, !Ms. Alvin Miss Dora Perrett, daughter of tn an Ms. .
IMN ? 7:30 p.m. oM 5 o Db a an- ando e ablc Of Pana aI sLim, Mrs. Alexander oIs., Mss Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perrett of rtobal esidene
t bThe par y .ill be oed at t iea' .0 ow. It comprnaed m Gertrude Chong Miss Joyce Colon. The paternal grandpa- day t horthr
M. L r.. e w.e Church .and M hs.a I Lo oW Manta, ad rs. Isidro ong. rents a_ p Mr. and Mrs. Antho rny e Jdit, r a1
-l l, 6 W Cee ne'o. or at 4 'on 0 d Mi.. Rinbet edn '""t ruatorcoof ana f I r uWTests Included the o ts- Fern.a-- who left the tha
th a in carge of rgea. m o e Ms lt prlhng and are reside e th
ma;1 ng, Mrs. Isloro Fong, Mo. Ing Ih Dallas, Texas.
swill.rs.Rado g M- ul, olden I tr et. o a ostrat individual flair for thrngsrca irdo Mr. T five years old and Judith w
en Sl A Mr hrist M ans To it Pl nIan. s I I hTorchi langer, Mrs. Emma Lam, Mrs. Captain and Mrs. Nieves four.
e NS 9 In and Mrs. n A. t : .m. on both Friday t' the absence of Julie's par- Alicia Lee, Mrs. Norma Lum, Mr. LeavCga Isthmus T e group attended the, ma..
S .. i -tud & Aetitualrinti Coammd ander and Mrs. Ed- WASmHIGTON, Dec. 3 (UP)- Jean Kam, Mrs. Regina Kam, Captain Jose N: Nieves is corm- nee t the Caribe r
S1 Ft-.a VM bk, "Gods, Graves ward Rooesvelt Halloran, who are bert C. Bonner of Mrs. Carmellt Chog, Mrs plei a tour of duty at Fort t the eene or e
C blara y .0 W. Coam w eh station at Great Lakp Navrl a Iouse subcommittee on inill- sy Phillips, Mrs. Bease -Wong, Gulic nd will be leaving the reeahmes.
e .. Mwed by Miss Lhd 14or- NaIonal League O fcria Traiping station, Chica Ill- ta waste s today he hopes Mrs. Alice Belanger, Mrs. ILousa thms with Mrs. Nieves and h on guests were: D
tIn A l u. gan. Pen Women, mrs CUhaes Mor- ota. the hostess has invited Mi. the Blaower administration Ventura, Mrs. Yvonne Lem, Mrs. daughter, Gladys, on December ay
San rawsr4 Meibers of the group. an d san will o ent a s r and Mrs. Robert K. Morris to re- ploks up the economy torch Raquel Rcardo, Mri. Doreen Ng, 21. Mrs. Nieves and her daugh- an John Fettler, JeanA
Hea., ata other members of the College on crfttas Isetons cehe her guests with her. Ast- "aid keeps it bu Eg." Mrs. Agnes Smons, Mrs. Cece- ter w go to Puerto Rico to vis- Jn le, Bby user,
eipt e.vpnlS n 4n Club and thelf friends will be am ardll m terl n tant hostesses will be Miss lea- pe Norjth Clina Democrat lia Wong, Mrs. Juanita Yuen, It her family. Captain Nieves is e and little Laura
8: pP tthe t lcome. .On A l l- irlec Alexander. Miss Gwendolyn said cost-saving such as the Mrs. Fong Poo, Mrs. Busanna en .roe to Camp Gordon, Ga.,tean
WCrcod en.aAsah% Oroms. Hor-t. M..t..a llnta tgu buy ng Chen, Mrs. Pina Munols Mrs. for danced training. From Ac panyingthe gue,
aofth new oc Fra Mee dee ns- thrb ti s "aso- Adela Leon, Mrs. Anna Oh Pan, therd he will go to the Far east. h 'hw r on ttlr Mr
Lofate'Na onal Bank of GO wett a mra uoint-l eth Morris. Iui ly. At the nation Mrs. Joyce Chan, Mrs. Dorothy R M Drh y
I regular moane oeet grea andtiraft articles Thia Tin Jule's second lsar pr- t away ie ats Pang, Mrs. Edalla tker, Mra r. and Mrs. Madurodr
--.. l of the Morning "i: o ..a...... ao toryf "A ofle-man ow. The otherst the I m.oureTu." ,h Dalys Lee and Misses: Rose- 2e,06 01- to Isthmus
taen 12 oisa) short story, "A ooe-1aRn sow. The first 00lt lm
asba Here e Cathedral of St. .uke wl na storyy" olace exactly a year ago'at the 's strictly non-political." he mary Lee, Aurora and Arlin Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Maduro n-
S e held Friday morning at 9: r will h held In For.t Aador Army navy Cl al. Lim. Rosalie Young, Judy Ra- t eI ed yesterday on the Cris- ee
t tHe 110th a.m. at the home of MrNi. B% ItOhe allery of he Hotel During the past e. Julie i mirez, Lily Wong, Rose Lee, Vir- total. They enjoyed a visit in Ce
ianta Ra Abbott, 5=088 arson i & re e tovo fom :00 p.m. also shown. her paintings with, Botmer's subat united o gin-a Valverde, rstina and Nor- New York City. Denise Chourret celebrate
of Hohdu- (back of the Diablo Clobhou id a fm 9:00 ae three days of pbc hea s to ia lWong, Cecilia and Anita L- .her sixth brhday anne
reu amst the DCabao Hetights.et th.e m a from 9:o0 ahec the Caa -rt L s Wong, Cecia treand Anita Le-
ihfor a short Hv A i God In The 5:00 p. aon Saturday. SO Qalles a t the tlor Norm Nagh, Cecilia, Betty, tm Lt m l luncheon Thursdaye e
nig, S&L 0. s ff^n 't th ,o.. ,- ,i annd Pearl Kamhod. The Ladles AofxUIr dolr aB
la It A i od i h "overikpping" milit proure- Oatun nion Church will close Chorret of Fort herman.
tthPaa C alm Dal- Bible Wllela under^sS the- 0--rt. See-)'; Su gVno C
bhodte r 4r, _Hwbere. on ands the exte. dweto which gunner Dance at Brazohl gusth attcls
vid Rotry CIU6. direction of Mm, t oBa. ber 14 ond .r he Calf P moeet and the exten to hichih inner Dante at Brazes the tn with their regular ate dth mt e attPTe
% I -. .,he ., Th is a number T Pdro Miguel Woman's At er io-mn show I r It as been obeyed b the Pen- Country Club metin Thursday at the at
"azy AN rlet s t b rio Club is srnrn a raffle, for at For"t Ador, art ~lliam The Brazos Brook Country Church. At this time they will r re
a o e by t Morning GSt bond o e, trn ous C to t iilt icludWillam m'Club was the scene of a dinner st fuerm ail
Tile Al on:.r eld obe h all. m4 thaIcts "lf Drn I. F eaistear, hndersamt ereof doS- dince Sunday evening. A bul-e Fr
Ssid holds o c er 1 ckent nta ed fet dinner was served aned mu. at




daur,. ec t nnro"ePreroohohr m lr h ofr th nlurg stsd ae e ntew
mrCS of the m Esit orNd;t by Trytmm's orchestra. Art lnvlonedrr-u r
woma n of V rire e. Dine ee n fr e a and Dr. Ve ,h, wo wera h e edc n he ermH s
Mrs. S rick es s f rmet Moil- friends are otered. wI o b bu h f D tOf te bmeBl. ofadoalo t hnm r d n o hee r anace He alris o Bu p sS

Mrs d V L0on dT a4hfi spe ito nro mhprtfont's Resbeiah De"-a guests enjuOyed the evening. .Im. Cnt .
I. a ke e vlopet Bo ad.- prompt vocal se election f


Ide Las WoId Wesar. 41 ; or "o sone wthme riuh ster- the w orechins and e
.e ts da :C T I fa Ao d h1 ae Ir CsBtn er soid he huhr members of the group Aadh Vis i Me Ln err et M
Paternatl s ivr,' a r0 The Balboa O.rder o1f Rain- .- traits at Due...-where she h& rumos-they my or may not to the evening's fun. T.
r. 'an M 0 F"rick of bow Girls, Ambly No. 1, tWill Men tomorroww Of bee Aroe t oe Isn obe coettht there t NOTON Dec. 2 U

I*o. sa to hl os 4 mee Cl a gan h it f n Lions Clb Meeting Tonight -D. J acues Dupont. Inspector
he Cirle aa e making the regulati wor" The regular meeting of the Gensl of the Pubic Monu-
wheAll holdStsregar Circluheo n Withoa tThe hearings, he said, are in- Cristobal Lions Club will be held merti of Fiance. said here last
L t n meeting ob n Wednesday it Julie's style of pai e Indec to find out exactly what this evening at the Strangers week that Lt Is now necessary
he Scottish Rite Temple, eta e sure has been done, and what s plan- Club. for att historns to visit the
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e toet ..be in Xospital at Bethesda, Mary- t the US nof Court 1%
4'iB r or Orla D e,. R Uh ,m ,Sh0 .O a]e. UdnI tattend tand elirsnd Second and Thsrndrtaken by the Defense De- the Pacific Side who will Janary-that the US now c
Ste e in d Ink to actpartment after repeated com- to them of Scouting. The visi- t tremendous amount of pictures
d disk for the luncheon te lid br ut i Her mte por a d d I n g eventually tore will be Padre P. Francisco e f ne e per aiod." e said thated




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'Th'ie k:st ent first yesterday at Phoenix. Ari-
z ma in one of the smn licsl major league player
(Ira lf s in Ib:is-liall l'i s ory.
T. Pi ti ,II II PiiZ.it. ii hrdulr 'l which Dcgii' ., 1 Il 15
li i10',C I in rn. N .ii. l L --'' i "i n d end: Si pt. 13.
c.-1ll.r ; -.ItrI i .tt,.,irl'er Fl- ---- --
rrol F l 1.n 14 -T 1 r r B r1ets
fni Fro Wo, Ii lat -i.,.. ut .4 D s
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tlml 1 .lj"' "., r-fl.l VM.1ELBOURNE. Australia -Two
,: .tl t. ,iL: l ci Ln ir.I iv. m lica'n Davis Cuppers have
in di IIi;o L i i n r c 1 I c ti i:arnc Ed the quarter-final1s of the
b-. Ti' Fihl -deiphi Pl-l N,. \'( ",lonu Tennis Championships
.i G:, I .Iiz .t L i.,s (Ca cr1iir al' I 't liflbourre, Australia
Chirac,-, i.'rite Sr,s c. C 'le, n I Da vis Cup Captain V'ic Seixas
Indihan i D, -.' Dci'ler- ani 'Of Philadelpl a played his best
n:i- YoK Y.ikrrr I] at c i, tennis since arriving In Austra-
id lin iii pi ll' f iiJir t lia to eliminate Don Cand%, 6-2.
Di i it. V l 1 1 e l oi(d 6--1 -6i nd C-0. Ham Richard-
chli0ce, dl if ci t t',Iohn iv on of Baton Rouge. Louisiana.
BR ha lio.n Ro-ne-t, -r re 'e h Cid a tougher time. but finally
hit 28.5 .laot raon Th,.' Boston I dl:3Lcd Geoff Brown. 6-3, 5-7.
Brt'. o. z o ftiecd hlolir T e Joijll- i 6-3 and 13-11.
l'. Tne St L.ti.s Brcv. rs boD i.. T'. California girls also mov-
tl.ird Lasr no. n G li. Fi o 'd into the quarter-f inals. Maur-
from Plu '- G'] cahr Fi-.i een Co.nolly. the freckle-faoied
Bldwin of St Paul was idr-.td N S champion from San Diego.
b'. Cincinna i i ciefcated Mrs Dawn Fc arty, 6-2
,'* (lntlntli. ind 6-2 Julia Sampson of San
Thr Eo.';-itc R cd .-.'; di':,lli- M T ino ousted Mrs Gv. en Thiele,
ih lc..1-" J l',iiii r'. r lei.ron ifI:im J-6 anrd 6-1
abbcdl itc: ,"J1 1 c'WII, !I)II NEW YORK T e uni. c-slties
Sh r e % e poi t. L.oui.slaia rind of S'.racuIse. Princeton. Holy
Wshir. ton drafted catctec.r Les Cross and Pittsburgh each plac-
Pidcn ir-om Los Angele- t1r1e L .d to men on the United Press
Philacdlphia A's drafted pitcl er All-East football team.
Ed Monaihar. of Minneapolis I The Syracuse stars are tackle
The Firatf also chose other Bob Fleck and halfback Pat
phl.cr h Frorc th dciraht tas 'Stark. Princeton is represented
o'.r Eith r picher.;-iorimer b,' end and captain Frank Mc-
C'Cinntt l ecll.: Johnnv Hit!:i. Phee and fullback Homer Smith.
ri v:, .: *h 1Toronto las' sea- Cent.' Joe Schmidt and tackle
Eon aid Eob N.all cif Seattle Eltdid Kraemer are 4he Pitts-
rirc :,re ournc other dcvelop- burgh All-East selections Holy
nin'.-_,as the weeo-lonl meeting Cioss placed quarterback Char-
In Phonix started yesterday. ley Malov and guard Chet Mil-
T.'c Boc.ton Bravps turned down lett on the first team. Rounding
a propoidl worKlng aieement out lhe team are guard Steve
v.ith Lincoln. Nebraska of tie Eisenhower of Navy, and Ed Bell
Western LraGue Lincoln of ficials otf Pennsylvania and halfback
sa" the., v.il'trv nd come to an Gene Filipski of Villanova.
ar"cem,'nt with Pnother major -
league club Cmcinnati sold out- PASADENA. California Un-
fielder JLm Boler to their Tulsa beaten Bacone Jr. College of
farm club Bolger hit. 273 last Muskogee. Oklahoma. has ac-
season with Burlington. lowa c epted a bid to play in the Junior
Former major league catcher IRose Bowl at Pasadena on Dec.
Birdie Tebbetts has been named : 13. The Western team will be
manager of Indianapolis. the' named today. Bacone. the only
Cltvelnnd larm club In the A- All-Indian junior college in the
'mcrican Association F ,- r in e r country, scored 383 points this
:ClricinnaiI outLiielder Mike Mc- ,',cr wnile holding the opposi-
*,,ormick is in line for the )ob as tion to 80.
:,:'manager of Wenatchee of the
.Western International League. IBO W I E. Maryland --Jockey
*Manaeer Fred Hanev of Holly- Tonv Desplrito takes up. his
:;.wood is again being mentionied quest for a national record at
'*as the new manager of Pitts- Bowie. Maryland. following the
:]Wurgh. Manager Leo Durocher of windup of racing at Lincoln
v .thc New York Giants, reportedly Downs Saturday. Desplrlto-who ,
*'thinking of going into television has 363 winners and' needs only
;dnd motion pictures after 1953. 25 to reach the all-time mark of
*says: "I know I'll be running the 388 in a ',ear-had to cancel all
'Giants as long as they want me his Saturday mounts because of
and I hope that will be beyond illness but is expected to ride a
*H1953." full schedule today.
'President C'harlev Hurth of the ,
'Southern Association says- 'We LOS ANGELES.- The Pacific
'will try to speed up the came Coast Conference today is sched-
Snext season The umpires will be uled to officiallv name Southern
Instructed tc streamline things California as the host team in
as best thev can." Directors of the Rose Bowl. The Troians
,the California League ha\e re- clinched the right to make their 1
' electedd applications by Reno and l1th appearance in the Pasade-
Lrs Vegas American Association na r'lassie by beating UCLA 14
owners have adopted a 154-game to 12.
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W L W L
rexas 6 0 8 2
ice 4 2 5 5
'MU 3 2 4 5
rCU 2 2 4 4
laylor 1 3 4 4
'exas A&M 1 4 3 6
.rkansas 1 5 2 8


SKYLINE Cl
Utah
New Mexico
Colorado A&M
Wyoming
Utah State
Brigham Young
Montana
Denver


CONFERENCE
50 6
41 6
52 6
43 5
33 3
3 4- 4
1 5 2
0 7 3


MISSOURI VALLEY


Houston
Tulsa
Oklahoma A&M
Detroit
Wichita
SOUTHEASTERN
Georgia Tech
Tennessee
Mississippi
Alabama
GeorgiaR
Miss State
Florida
Kentucky
Tulanc
L. S.U.
Vandrrbilt
Autiburn


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3 1 8 1
2 2 3 7
1 3 3 6
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CONFERENCE
6 0 11 0
5 0 8 1
4 0 8 0
4 2 9 2
4 3 6 4
3 4 5 4
2 3 6 3
1, 2 5 3
3.5 5 5
2 5 3 7
1 4 3 5
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BORDER CONFERENCE
A\C Tempe 4 0 6 3
T-',as Tech 2 1 2 7
Ari.zona 3 2 6 4
Hardln-Simmons 2 2 5 3
Texas Western 2 3 5 5
New Mexico A&M 1 2 2 6
West TeXas 1 4 3 6
ASC Flagstaff 0 1 2 4
PACIFICC COAST CONFERENCE
FINAL STANDINGS
JSC 6 0 9 1
JCLA 5 1 8 1
Vashinoton 6 2 7 3
California 3 3 7 3
Vashjington State 3 4 4 6
Stanford 2 5 5 5
Orecon 2 5 2 7
Idaho 1 3 4 4
Oregon State *1 6 2 7
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One Of Smallest


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Smokers Wallop Yankees 16-.7 OUT OF DOS'


In Panama Pro League Openeri

Some 7,500 fans were on hand Yankees while Alberto Osorlo pot The exhibition on th whole,
last night as the Chesterfield the starting assignfnent for the perhaps because it, was the first e -l A
ing champion Carta Vieja Yan- 'Osorlo finished npr were in- of the players are not yet i 4-g o -'.. ,
I ees 16-7 in the opening game volvcd In the decision, top condition, was anything but -
of the 1952-53 Panama Profes- Reliever Mike Datero was the class baseball. There w6re eight BS JOE STETSON
siOhal Baseball League season. Winner while Don Ehlers, was errors of commission and sev- B-'o Editor -,-'
'After the prie-game ceremon- charged with the defeat, eral others that don't appear.
les, which included the tossing Frani- Austin ant Pablo Ber- in the boxa score. Hup i Patth!" Jim called
of the first ball bf President nard of the Chesterfield team the t r- bird in as many
Jos6 A. Rem6n, the game got clouted homers.' Austin was the And thpre were count 'em min.ut hIa.ed9-too wide for a,
underway at almost 8 p.m. with leading hitter of the game with 26. pases on balls issued. The hot. PBh.c. slic d to a stop
the field still somewhat muddy three for four which also in- bo score and .io.kw..er .he shoulder
because Of the heavy rains that eluded a double. Elias Osorio w ith alSwbi"- ofA1la near ee -
fell throughout yesterday. land Bernard were runners-up Carts Vieja- AB R H PO.A E ,showit" ic'in4 1et to tNhe a.d
Jack Urtan started for the 'with two for three. Smodic, s 4 2 1 0 2 2 black that got his hsot
.Baker, 3b.. 4 0 1 2 1 2 name. ftobedlftee Wps not one
x .* "x *Lynch, 2b 2 0 0 4 1 0 'of his fault.H-e s too fast l .'
Werner, f. .4 0 1 1 0 0 for lmiq itay w 'him .in
Shan z, c.. 4 1 1 5 3 0. heavy cover, and his tendency to W i[k
hGohl,p .0 0 4o 0 0u bore out hbedlpteat d of trang- -i: ,Li
Krueger, rf 5 2 2 3t 0- 0 i l"ter n te uh- side r e-
Smith, cf. 3 1 b 3 2 BUit1 c ld tOo man birds.flush-
Murphy, lb 4 2 2 4 0 0 ed-wild. ..
.Urbn, p..2 0 0 0 2 1 Jim.ai toosmartfadoj
Ehers. p. .. 0 0 0 0 0 to bac the dog continuallyt .
a Hookenbury 1 0 0 0 0. 0 whistling and allingdi hi p In..
Sweeney, p...O 0 0 0 0 0 This can cause ane dof toi.ose .
Patrick, p. 00 0 0 0 0 ohis inititative. W t Jim neded
Nichols, c 2 0 0 2 0 .0 was a good method forgetting
--- -Patch out to 14e a8id1swithout
Totals. ... .35 7 9 24 11 5 .losing his Ini t or deoop- _rssteee mto react tj'it w an
""I ng the ha bit of cast to tew0 1 me iateey rance oJ ur.
Chesterfield- AB R 3 PO E0 rear.w th etnen o ler angoe th fu
P. Osorio,. rf.. 5 3 2 3 0 1 Jim had watched sprciuers thre-he t h vo1.amtthey
*Aut1aXa ss 4 2 3 2 4 0 ranging In trial* and wrb wal.-Va n wo d. e h
rthwate, f. 1 2 2. n0 0 oawn i e contino k d. 'hea their
A oioelli, 3bp 4 1 0 0 3 2 which responds to hand.siable
rescott. e f 5 0 1 1 0 0 can be waved iucceW yely Ion
aOsorio, b. 3 2 2 4 0 N0 N then to the 6thrt Dr casedta aiy Sev'L "
Gordon, lb. .1 0 0030 3 00to wrnby umtng a whl4 gt od G
Sern rd. b.o.3 4 2 2 .3 0 each cast. Buthie could notire- ...
A..Osoriomp, .10 0 0 0 o 0 toodling sessions With enjoyls e
Datero, p .. 4 1 1 0 1. 0 gunning. In this tespeqt. inM .
Sa u ae aie with hient do
SCORE BY INNINGS What to do then? .TDasY
Cartsa Vleja 03210 00 100- 7 ZEach dog trainer probably haDAY
Chesterfield 200 571 Ox-16 his own method for getting a Job PLAY T
SAFE AT HOME Pablo Bernard. Smoker second sacker, slides aStruck out for Zhlers in 5th done. There arb s erealiwaytst.
night's Pro League opener at the Panama National Stadium. Murphy, P. a sorlo 4, Austin 3, more I hivaent heard of tlat'cl
The catcher is Billy Shantz. U' pile Dal Thornton observes Bratwaite, rescott, Osor o develop casting patterns. In
E the play. F 0Bernard, Datero 2. Home ns- Patch's as I fslt & sthabl
















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0 Murphy,-Austin,-P. Osorio. Sac-.but stayi.n$* tIn r-ne.| 1g.-You,& 3"a'
ruce Hits2-Austii, Byron. Left. This "p be'n' in a' P'lZI
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terfle 6. E-arned Runs--Ches-' fe pa. or l a1 o ags0i
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PA"AMA A Urban 7 Sweeney2 Struckout.' Itf the '-ikt oice --'
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To Cop .. ...

The 504th Field Artilirty Ha.. eaked up points with ouuter-
tallo Boxing teamp w ounces. ..
with the team ch4mpl n The light weterwe title
the! 19 Armed Force ared by Cago
victorlow 1 0the- final afort of thfl
night. .71 thouand fer e It was
on hand .he rt Kobe ll the way ase he
na as the O wpn three of classed the ame
first four eto aAure t" p int..e
selves of the Iwe ,
The 65th AA Group plad.
second wfth twb titles and, .' t Vfisque of the 6am was
rner-up, the 33d Inn welterwel tile

runner-up. 11
The chamnipna will represent ot on his bicycle early In the
the Panama Area against the iht and refused to move in and
Antilles chaM s in al weight It up.
divisions except: the light mid- J S Gaul of Alrok put up
dleweight. Ti flivison was won bot aul of b k puuablt
by Gerard Nooer of tbe Navy am t but wah unable to
y d erothe Navy 4pe wl the more experienced
and the Army man advancing r Q H oover of the Navy in
the farthest i represent the dJo~ thht a isn
di i- ." Tf' tf '. "^ y1" -but au, ndp a

'l inwthe flywer a i o~ sh ent two ,a Innto
ld openih thle card. iw was d tht / rthet final ofthe
d tpe' in wIht r oud .iaeight division and -when
wa fhIvolved tat the did o ballots had been .mmted,
'W W h er naminhad as ar n-
ln e ol the % o 1 toda Skthe t1wio t '
"W5mL "peot -- u IalaAn

weight crown wrapped" up a hnot go texected as Agoato
.rein nterrlos and HaOd M ked to whthisoane e ty
C~apestrrny both repr oue. Hc-
that unit. Berrio, who cDapt ever, Choike put on a fancy foo0.
the flyweight title last year, add- w"rk act that kept Agosto off
ed the bantamweight crown to Sbalme and he could not get
bis laurels as he outpointed h theaj fatal blow to connect.
teammate for-the unanimous d. 1 _the .ffhtor bthe 504th
WA In the heavyweight bracket
.whe Ram6n Rosario was a-
.el06ndez --obles g a v e ".jo W: d the titl without opposl-
04th itA second title when he t U
eoared th onlyi knockout of the


7 enixz against Hanley of Coro-
e. aobe started the bout by
ving the dancing master from
-Ooroual a lesson in his own style
of fighting. He danced in and
out as he built up points with
Shard lefts and rights to the head.
dt the. second- round, he edasi
out fast and staggered Hanl*
wth a left and then floored lit
it a ight cross. Hanley reachsl
SfI. tting osltlon but coul
;6 1get back on his feet before
jij ,ti m ended and Robles bad
.,r after 1:36 of the se.
The third 504th title came Itd
hrlatweight battle which foIA,
a icardo Rivera-Torrgz
vk unanmous decW"
-Gbraldo Clemente of
d Infantry. Clemente tote
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)lal bal Championship
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By BEANS REARDON .
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: The football is in
act Il play only 12 minutes dur-
ing a gamL.. In an ordinary set
of tennis, how much time is the
ball In play? Bill Cronin.
Answer: Approximately 12
minutes, according to Mercer
Beasley, coach and president of
the Professional Lawn Tennis
Association of the United
States. Twiee as much time
is taken for such things as get-
ting the ball and taking posi.
tion. Twice as much distance
Is covered Just going after the
,ba when it is out of play.
Q. Was Battling Levinsky and
King Levinsky. the same boxer?
- Eddie Cangoneri.
A. No. Battling Levinsky, real
name Barney Lebrowitz and who
started boxing as Barney Wil-
liams, was a light-heavywelght,
King Levinsky a heavyweoht.
Battling Levinsky won the world
championship, fought 58 times
in one year, six men in a week.
Be-boxed from 191 through '21.


Cleveland Browns Take Lead

In Pro American Conference
(By UNITED PRESS)
-0--
The Cleveland Browns, who held Philadelphia without .
opened their National Football touchdown until the fading Sec.
League season in unimpressive onds of the third Prrioda, a
fashionn are the undisputed though the Eagles had tallied on
leaders In the American Confer. two field goals and a safety ear.
eripe with just two games left to lier.
play.
The Browns broke out of a The Los Angeles Rams mov-
three-way first place deadlock by ed into a tie with Detroit k
spotting the Washington Red- the National Football Loeaue
skins two touchdowns in the National Conferenee leadwith
first five minutes and then a 34-21 victory over the 4'es
storming back for a 48-24 vic- at San Francisco.
tory S4nday. The one-two-three punch of
passer Norm Van Brocklin, kick-
Phldlelph0i and New York er Bob Waterfleld and runner
dropped off the pace by losing Dan Towler blasted the hopes of
to the Chicago Cardinals and the 49'ers, who started the sea-
Plittsbrgh respectively. Chica- son with five straight wins. S~
go bet. the Eagles 28-22 to Francisco now Is tied with Green
mnpawMOye-game losing streak Bay, a game behind the leaders,
and pVttborgh hammered New Los Angeles opened the scor-
Yorjfafear-record 63-7. Ing in the first quarter on a Van
The ISW7 drubbing which Pitts- Brocklin to Vitamin Smith pass.
burgh handed the Giants is in a San Francisco tallied midway in
class with the 64-0 walloping the second pec4od on Y. A. Tt-
that Philadelphia hung on Cin- tie's short pass to Gordy Boltau.
ctnnati in 1934 or the Chicago Waterfield gave Los Angeles a
Bears' classic 73-0 win over 10-7 halftime lead with a 20-
Washington in a 1940 playoff. yard field goal.
Jim s passed for four touch. Early in the third quarter, Wa-
downs, Gary Kerkorian threw terfield contributed a n oth e r
for another and Lynn Chadnois field goal, from 19 yards out.
contributed two scores, including Towler then broke loose to score
a 91-yard retui I of the opening from the San Francisco 30. Late
kickoff. in the period, Smith plunged
Quarterback Otto Graham led over from the two-yard line.
Cleveland to a win after little San Francisco scored two
Eddie LeBaron had passed touchdowns in the last quarter
Washington into a 14-0 lead. on a 10-yard Tittle to Bill Jessup
Graham threw to Mac Speedie pass and a Tittle to Hugh McEl-
and Bub Jones for touchdowns benny pass from the Ram 22.
and carried for two others. Le- Towler slammed over from the
Baron hit Leon Heath for the three with a final Ram touch-
third Washington touchdown in down as the gun sounded.
the lat period.
Ollie Matson was the RECORD RUN
speai ead of Chicago's 28-22 up- Los Angeles (NEA) Leo. oAl-
set over the Eagles. Matson re- lick of Los Angeles fired an 844
turned a kickoff 79 yards for one series in the 1946 American
touchdown and rUn 13 yards for Bowling Congress Tournament,
another.- The Chicago defense a record that still stands.
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WASHINGTON. Dec. 2 'UP'-
A New York publisher toaav
stoutly defended a oocket-sized
book portraying lesbianism as a
S real contribution to human ex-
perlence" and said he wouldn't
nind if his 13-year-old dauRh-
ter read it.
SThe statement was made by
Ralph Daigh, vice president and
S editorial director of Fawcett
S? Publications Inc, to a special
House Committee Investigating
S "current pornographic mater-
lals" in pocket-sized books and
o. their types of drugstore litera-
ture.
Daigh took sharp issue with
: a formal committee statement.
'{ issued at the start of the hear-
ings, which charged that such
books to a great extent have
deteriorated into "dissemina-
tlon of artful appeals to sen.
1- quality, immorality, filth, per-
version and degeneracy."
He said the books are pub-
.* lished because people are inter-
ested in sex and "there is no
reason" why they shouldn't be.
He said the pocket-sized books
S and similar publications -reflect
the spirit and tastes" of the
times.
The committee headed by
Rep. E. C. Gathings. ID-Ark.i.
paid particular attention to
Women's Barracks," a chronicle
of a woman soldier's life in the
French army. Including passages
dealing with lesbianism or
S one-sex love.
Daigh assured committee
members his publications were
i'^ fit reading for even his own
13-year-old daughter.
He said the treatment of
sex in "Women's Barracks"
was "no franker" than in
Homer's "Iliad," a standard
high school library work.
The committee acknowledged
that some of the illustrations on
the books' covers are "more
salaciously suggestion than the
reading matter inside."
It said they feature "torsos
abnormally exaggerated as to
their secondary sexual attributes
and in suggestive, even lascivi-
ous poses."
The investigators said sales of
pocket-size books will reach
250,000,000 copies this year.
SDaigh told the committee
Si the publishers have a res-
ponsibility to "satisfy their
readers' curiosity."
He Insisted his firm, one onl
several which publish 80 per cent
of all pocket-size books. "has no
more desire or inclination to
print indecent literature than
does any other respectable book
publishers."
The committee also singled
out for criticism '-cheesecake"
magazines containing pictures
of nude women in "suggestive"
poses and the "flagrantly mis-
aied" comic books which ac-
ally "glorify crime."
It plans to question police of-
ficials and news dealers, as well
as publishers, about them.


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TWENTY-EIGH'lIH YEAR. PANAMA, I. P., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1952 1YE CENT3



Walter Reuther Movesu Ahead
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In Fight For CIO Leadership

ATLANTIC CITY. Dec. 2 (UPI He has been UAW president AFL to show the new Republl- are in jeopardy," Tobin said In
- Walter P. Reuther. 45, head ior the past six years, after a can administration a solid labor what he called his last nakiDr
of the United Auto Workers,' career as a fighting organizer front, but the union leader speech as a cabinet flop. .
appears certain of victory in for the industrial union move- still were fighting among them-i "This Il -tizme to ida1 ranks
his fight to become president ment. selves over a new CIO presi- and present a united front a-
of the Congress of Industriali Reuther is an Internation- dent. ganat labor enemies. .
Organizations to succeed the allst and has been a proeftd- Tobin told the opening sea- Immediltely after -lwn'a
late Philip Murray. ent labor voice In foreign at- alon of the convention that" speech, Ravymod promise t
Reuther gained the support fairs, battling for a number President elect Elsenhower's convention it would "deal in
he needed early' today when of social and economic pro- administration may be a "lot some manner" with a plas ly
two big unions which were pre- grams designed to benefit the more hostile" to labor than AFL President George Meany
viously unpledged threw in working man. past Democratic admihlistra- for resumption of disciualda
their lot with him. I Secretary of Labor Maurice tons. on a merger.
Support by the two unions- J. Tobin warned the CIO yes- "The past gains of the Ame- "We will search seriously and
the United Rubber Workers and terday it must merge with the rican working man and women diligently for a plan leading to
the Oil Workers Union gave organizing peace," Haywood
Reuther an additional 355,438 a"id. .
votes in his fight with executive C LA The convenflon adopted a
vice-president Allan S. Haywood resolution calling on the gov-
for the CIO's top post.DB emernment o suspend all wage
Support from the two unions controls because present
boosted Reuther's pledged to. regulation are "wholly anf-
tal well over the 2.800,000 I fctive to control inflation." ,
votes requared- for his elec- r 'There i no justification for' I
tion. O ve W hite I "maintaining wage stabilization
The election is scheduled for under current conditions," the
Thursday. during the final ses- o resol 'iofln said.
sion of the 14th annual CIO WASHINGTON, Dec. 2 iUP A visit between outgoing and "When organizer labor ac-
convention. Mamie Eisenhower and Bess incoming first ladies Is consid- cepted wage stabilization, it
The election issue overshadows Truman swapped housekeeping ered courtesy rather than tradi- made emphatically clear that
all other events in the crucial secrets at the White House yes- tion. It has happened before but wage stabilization can be toler-
convention. The fight is not terday as the present first lady not always. ated. only as part of a comn-
over, for Haywood forces are showed the future first lady The meeting had every ap- rehensive over-all stabiliza-
pledged to carry the issue to through the mansion from attic pearance of warm cordiality. ton program. Such a program
the convention floor, to ground floor. Mrs. Truman slipped into a does not exist."
However, there are recurring Mrs. Eisenhower arrived at 11 black Persian lamb coat to come C
reports that the Hayword forces a.m. and spent 80 minutes get- out on the north portico of the
will back down at the last rin- ting acquainted with the 100- White House to greet her visitor. NA w
ute in order to avoid an open room house which will be her Mrs. Eisenhower was smartly r la Sve
floor tight. domain after Jan. 20. The visit dressed in a black dress, coral-
union hiefs feel. that such was made at Mrs. Truman's invi- toned hat and a fur coat which
an open fight mighAfterward, Mrs. Elsenhower-but "an old mink." .iima n A Rd
the permanent breakup of described the newly-decorated The two posed for pictures be-
the CIO. White House as "delightful, sim- fore retiring indoors to talk over L" Paris
ill1 today Reuther and Hay- ply delightful." the duties of a White House mis- PAATS, Dec. 2 (TUPT--eFll
wood had been running neck Asked if Mrs. Truman gave her tress, star Rita Hayworth suddenly
and neck in the bitter battle any hints on running the presi- and without explanation can-
to become the CIO's third pre- dental home, she winked and According to Mrs. James M. called, her scheduled departed
sident. The CIO was founded 15 said, "Well, all housewives talk Helm, White House social secret. fof New York today and 'ra
years ago, and was first headed the same language." tary, they chatted briefly in the caTe a5oeIty hItpred It rO '
by John L. Lewis, who resign- She said Mrs. Truman's tour family sitting room on th sec- ane .wIth a; new heartthrob. -
ed in 1940 to be succeeded by took her through every corner of ond floor before making the MUwHa3 brth was due to saft
Murray. the building-except the kitch- rounds of the room, for the United States tomorrow
Reuther. If and when he takes en. Mrs. Eisenhower was accom- aboard the liner Liberte.
over the helm of the CIO, will panied by her personal secreta- When she abruptf.v caled off
also continue as chief of the ry, Mrs. Mary Jane McCaffree. hose plans, frialaladas promptly
1.300,000-member Auto Workers i NAw EnlAAy who is expected to take over the connected' her prolonged flay
Union the largest union in w post of social secretary after the with. a daisbig tanl noble-
the CIO. inauguration. man, thei Marquls Jo6 Maria
Ad. To PC Rolls ell Crim, chief usher of the ex, as ," -
Six new permanent emplcyea ecutive mansion; several of the Villapdlerna, a few days a ,
were added to the Canal rolls butlers, including 80-year-old move4l .ito a hotel near e
During the last half of Novem- John Mays, and a handful of the ban tlhment where:-lta
ber of whom two were employed others of the 64-member White hat betai lving since the col-
locally. House staff who will serve her lapse of her. fleeting reconcila-
The four new employes from and the President after Jan. 20. tion with her husband. Moslem
th' States, their positions and Most of the visit was devoted Prince.Al Iwhan.
the Staces of birth are: Kennths and to her inspection of the house. The .ni is, who was. Rita's
pHumbles ofbOrevtle: Calt power She was "frightened" with the compa 1* Spain, where she
Humble. of Oreville. Cal., power- solarium perched atop the south went wulteiy folowing hr
house operator in the Electrical balcony erched p the out theprince, heras
Division; Dr. Lin Felder, Or- And she told Mrs. Truman t been the movie star ds-
arr ebuirg, .C. and Dr. Herbert new playroom on the third floo creet^ tUS steadMily since she
H. Virden. Norton. Kansas. medi- would be just the place for he returaed bpn*
cal officers, and John D. Hollen, grandchildren when they come NilNs bwirt was suppoSed
Greenfield, I. valuation engin- for a visit, to go- .-ase.u pok for srher
eel. Comptroller's Office. Mrs Eisenhower is famlr ofor further
Make checks payable to ra- The two new epyes ored with the White H o u s e -and nst ort ,0 0 d
sade For Freedom, Chase Na local were Harold M. Melvin. of friendly with Mrs. Truman -- 6 withthe prince.
tional Bank. Balbo Branch. Wirton. W. V.. tabulatin., ma- from the days when both- were ;.alli Hayworth
tchine eratorFird nance iamsreau members of the Spanish Club has l i. S' date for her de-
iant.lnrd B. Williams, of Er- which Mrs. Truman customartily po N. bt is ready to jump
win. Tenn., locks guard at Ga- invited to meet at the executlvW aboi;d a 1aars e whenever she
In addition to the new perma- But.'Mrs. Eisenhower had nqt a*.; quiet hotel
One of these e employs. ten otherswere been in the huge old house sinee wh t by the fire
employed during the last two early 1948 when she and the 5aS "S. "She must
elyweeks of November for tempor- general attended an annual r- be t iis the rea-
Vely patterns arv or part-timhe work. reption for the military.
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- Those who dealt with Oveta
Culp Hobby when. the "LUte
Colonel" organized the World
War II Women's Army Co.rs fil
tell you she is as feminine M a
dainty petticoat. ,
But they will quickly add that
beneath the feminine exterior of
the newly named Federal Seour-
ity Administrator .there boils a
flinity determination. 1..
As brainy as she is good-look-'
Ing, Mrs. Hobby s an expei-
enced red-tape cutter. In .t
ber, 1942, for Instance, her newly
recruited woman soldiers train-
ing at Ft. Des Moines. Iowa, were
no supplied with overcoats. It
was very cold. but all attempts to
get the coats delivered were
choked by bottlenecks.
Fed up with delays, Mrs. Hob-
by became her own supply serv-
ice. She got a plane and went
looking for coats herself. Al she
found were men's coats, but she'
had them delivered anyway.
They might be too big, she. ad-
mitted, but they would als6 bb
warm.
When she returns to Washing-
ton as director of tle govern-
ment's extensive welfare pro-
grams after a seven-year ab-
sence, the Texas-born feminine
dynamo will be an appeallne fi-
gure personally.
She dresses with exquisite
taste, In Houston they say no
woman looks better In a hat. The
originally severely designed WAC
cap was aid to have been se-
lected personally by Mrs. Hobby
because she looked so good wear-
[ng it. But her Houston friends
laugh this off.
They say that on Mrs. Hobby's
head, even a handkerchief would
be. stunning.
She's.deeply ambitious. As a
child, she wanted to become a
foreign. missionary or an actress,
but those are probably the only
ambitions she has never real-
ized.
Now 47 and the mother of two
children, William, 20. anhd Jessi-
ca. 15, she sa co.publisher of a
newspaper, directLr of a bank.
and a television station, and a
big wheel L a score of civic, pub-
lic and professional groups. She's
also a whiz on banking law and
an expert. parliamentarian.

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