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The Panama American
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 Material Information
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: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00219
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)An tists mU the UI e tadlo announced. ma from flm ytoes will than M. Ogilvie against th .r D
headed not given, but rest le te ds American Transportation Co erg said today the U.S. Air Force is outnu
Snrae n Ay n ea alone f'roU the Naval -to-oe by the Communists in Kore and lac
*nt bat *DpeItti HAnd thref aaeme th co- Base at Rodman. n t t reeves there to fight n expanded war.l
i t d nly last .. j Ogilvie alleges he rode on The Air Force chief of staff r eortin o w-
o f sn; espionage pans wr made fqr a their bus on Sept. 27as a pas-
Sder ar eight-day hower pre conference wuit ii calhr was singer, and that due to the Co rence on his recent wrld-wide tour of air
t' Rt LThe thm e g others wre h ncre an 100 reporters, ph one of the rest ever aem- negligent manner of the driver, any decision to broaden the war would require
eadtettee.d to te ment. graphers, Me w bled n Kor. About 0 usually Charles Jackson Brown, the busthe S r o i u .
and e a eaeOUela re an. anerteel cameramen and ra"0 ar redlta. capalzed and overturned throw- r' planes to the Fr East from other cntic ar
dthee Ozecho- mena hre fer the viia et.dnrled city had Ing him under ,the bu r per o h ede.
slnflnComa Iwotexwnent Yd into a bristling he plaintiff further claims trnback-up of air power over Taenhoer w reachethel
*Wiout thik men aster- for to W urthe sMfety of that he was unable to extricate d scoe of waghe ai cncon wsla reslo his
mntded for.Atbe Kremlin the 'YII the Ainguled visitor. Soldiers his right fpot until th( 1t.zs toa sde sck ou bad.i-reaincpeion trip
;oe Metaeure of that country. -k"row" and .llce a ecktg al In lifted and removed. OgHvie n Ck your ut ead in- rea ingeoti
Stri~ indica ted that cm ~rtnrf plett r an In- charges he will ever be able tode ing'T bea mup."e ministrti outing opp0ose
thr wlre nIfesoret b ear, t Dpefts i nP-ont r mMe neen tV me his job as paper jv renerg said theAir Force actn inr i ound rusiae
o.e "ch o th em ng t so aniw e o r ee. t A th aw flrm of Van Brclen, e s tIhn pnbetter position"' now openly enter the war on the
S ".i e bur- wROME. ditd m al d aDe Castro are h year agd in rela- of ted China.
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to.s'h rAbIti.. French high command here.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec. S. 41P) I Loyal Thai mountaineer s
-Kikuyu tribeamen in the uro- .hara-bitten Foreign Leglonnare '
-poplatee rea GfLalia, bRe I T aY and Frenchmen repulsed mowS
in-than U7-Th CommuniUst-led Vt-
SBrs farm managers as ome t TftD NATIONS, Dec. 3 minh rebels in what the high
GuardIIn'the latest move In- (UP) The United Nations command call, the mostIN.-
crease. the strength and effee- General Assembly is expected portant victory of the war
tiveness of Kenya's anti-terror- to give final approval quickly The enemy left 534 dead.
st security forces, today to India's compromise hanging on the barbed wire-ea-.-
'',etoine Guard Kikuyua are Korean peace plan. tanglements and the overall.-
men who have voluntarily offer. General. Assembly president casualties in the several ret
el ithir services, cladding they Lester B. Pearson of Canada ments that beat against ti,'-
haudflver had anything to- do has called, the 60-nation assem- Nasan defenses were estimated '
t iMal Maus, and want to bly to meet later this afternoon as "enormously heavy" as
enroll as special constables, to approve the plan, passed des- much as a full regiment abouty
the volunteers will be accept- pite Russian objections by the 5000 men.)
ed for training provided they main UN, Political Committee
have gone through a "cleansing" earlier this week. Not a single Red soldier pene-
ceremony and swear an oath of The final vote In the politi- treated the defenses, and French
loyalty and allegiance. cal committee was 54 to five, artillery and planes inflctest
with Russla and its four Com- heavy losses on the Reds.'
In the sine area white hunt- inform partners opposing andl As soon as the attack began
erg arefllowing closely on the Nationalt.CChina abstaining. 'French planes lighted the-cupt t-.
heels of a party of 11 tired This attured a comfortable skirts of the fortress with flares
t ,who fled afterbeing margin beyond the two-thirds and strafed and divebombed
S ay by two wpatroll- majority needed for passage of the attacking troops, while ..te
Sran polineme'n, who he plan in the General As- IFrench artillery shelled them.
ened fi~re on them. Kiknvsembly. j One hour after the battl...be--
-Onemember of the Kikuvu As soon as the Assembly acts g9n, French air force bombqil
pty hasbeen arrested, and two Pearson'plans to send the In-'stationed in the Hanoi area ar
rifle recovered trt dian peace rffer to the North rived and joined the planes S
membIn s of Ke u res d instance Korean and Chinese Commun- operating from the Nasan air `
gMpse cooeperated with the ists, and invite their reaction, strip.
army nad police in rounding
up s n they had seen in hi-
iroken groud near a Ex-Operator At Canal Locks
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WIlaning of approaching strang- o -
Lt last nightAfter yearn of private theolo- Executive Secretary of the DiS-
aLate last night returning gical study while he worked as a trict, presented the candidate,
atrs, evals district follow carpenter foreman and lock- and the Rev M. Richard Ma-
ompsons r Fallsdi ofaollow- mule operator fo the Panama Donald sane the Litany.
on, David eikler there of a Btriod Canal Company. William Wes- Other clergymen officiating
on. David Melkleohn were told cott Baldwin has been ordained included Dean Ferris. Episteler;
by district Kikuyu chief Muhoys to the Helv Order of Deacons of the Rev. David A. Osborne, 'ho
That he would stand no nonsense the Episcopal Church. served as the Bishop's Chaplain:
fr told squatterthem. families who His ordnatibn took place on the Ven. Lemuel B. Shileyj -
have returned to the Ny ri dis- Saturday at the Cathedral of St. Archdeacon of Panama, M$r..-
hv returnedL to the Ny i ke, Andui. witl the Rt. Rev. of Ceremonies
I trct: y hav rne Heber Gooden, 8.T.D., bishop Bishop Gooden was celsbrft -A
"Now hat o e r of the Epcaeopal district of the at the Choral E.charist andt the.
you had better come ace mme, PanamA 5ant Zaop. officiating. Rev. John S. McDuffie and, the -
diately to mend your ways, and The Rev. Mr. Baldwin will be Rev. Arnold 0. Waldock served
to cooperate with the govern- assigned to thW staff of the Ca- at the altar.
I ment." thedral. M4 assistant to Dean The candidate's two sons, vWI-
Raymond T Serrls. He has re- liam W. Baldwin. Jr.. and Bruce
Ditrct Court signed from Canal service. S. Baldwin. were acolytes. IThs '
District Cour Sunday he assisted with Rev. Fritz R. Atwell and theattie -,
Admits NoyC'mdr the Cathedral services, a n d John B. Fields were CructIUnr,
S= r preached the sermon at even- and the Rev. Mainert J. Pelt-.,
TO Cano l Zon0e B ri 80. son was at the organ. ,
To Canal Zione Bar *"* Those receiving Commucft
The new priest has served as a were members of the clergy. ano
A Navy commander was ad- lay reader for the past three the immediate family of. ti -
mitted to the Canal Zone.-Bar years at St. Andrew's Church, newly ordained Deacon.
thts morning after hbe applied Cocoll. Duln -this period he en- The offering was designated
tor atmlssion in the U. DisAtrict gaged In rjlious study In his for Deacon Baldwin's librvy.i
Court. spare tmtdM later quccessful.- At the receptor. folUowbl' thl.
He is Comdr. Guin Menard ly iTea al examina- service. Jams H. Jones, tepft -:
SFihes who acts as diltSdt legal for dacdnate before a senting the Lucks' Divisan, ipr.
officer at the 15th Naval DIs- board otMt nlng chaplains. sented the new-Deacon ap I |
triot at Amador. At Satafiyb service, the Rev. from his namy friends at.l1411
Fisher. wio is a Ineqber of UtMi A u. g astor of the low employee. Ralph E. S l.-
the Oklahoma Bar said ase was Church O Our Saviour. New on behalf oat the congrega t
prompted by. a "asncere desire to Crtitobal delivered the sermon. St. Andrew's, Cocollu a. I
come back to Panama la the fu- The Rev. C. Wallace Bayes of St. in the community, preseote
ture, vtits IX thtth ClbfS4paersa, Rio Abtjo. read pNIL tAita. i
Fisher ha bt n the Ith- thep e to Ordinatien. The autl t ofo
mu 19 months. Ven. John B. Townsend, S.T.D., ehwreh smeson
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN W s of the *' -- '
o Ma AM.N Ps. INC pll WaiTS Still King of the Mountains
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WASHINGTON,.(N=A) T1i16 '..I
to"v is practically in a state rif 'u tStf rtdgt**
THE MAIL X Aended animation. I& a -
iArunge. tense mood It's waitln,.
u oar the other shoe to drop fe r ,hjsho e, .pdr
The MaI eax asn opun teri.n ....drs of The Pnme Amer- It's not exactly the mood any- le ,
icen. Letters are received grateflully and are handled in wholly confi- one would have predloted after a .IhT.M
dem1ll manner Perublican victory. It's certainly A i
It you contribute a leftle don't be impatient it It doesn't appeal the rOt the mood of the rest of the i
east day Lettevs are published m th orde received Ycountry, which is one of tom- ti nt
Pnles lt to keep the letters limited to one pagl iti.ntn olte relief that the whole thing i a
Identity at letter writers is held on stric test confidence is over. "
This newpaopel assumes n responsibility too statements at spinleni htre Is obviously great ap-
expressed in cltrs from readcis prehension among many gov-
-- - ernment employes about tWeir "LW W
futures. Even those who aren't e A.egr w O s h .d
SOPR Y YOUR LETTER DIDN'T GET IN likely to lose Jobs are concern- .. ..-* Feadylt+SO.dlsa .
Vte. They don'tknow what will 1. fe S fer
Degar Mail Lox ContrtLtors. be coming up in the way of a .-. .......
In the Irat fcw months. congestion of one kind or no. he shifts will take place r l their I c: npe
prevented puLncatioln o iay V ,OOa M. A Box letters. v. en the duties.ofto
"trairic" ease up, some letters %vere no longer timely. The employes close to tot po- O f
We're sorry, i your letter lost out. liev level, a very small fraction, ..
Every ainial Box letAer is giving an interested reading. But a re naturally worried about be-radet'" ag.,.n I l..
typed letter. not over one roe. e, w.ic.1 eals w a specific pro-- yo fired and finding new jobs.e
lem has the best chance o publication. Letters that tacsKe sev- Al this wory is reflecte' I
eral situations are difficult to handle. ana may be pushed aside. i s real estate market in Wath-
If you wish to bring several matters to public attention, o. real estate market en tWa h- .
please write a brief letter ior each, instead of puttlug all your obad. Everybodyomha is wa been quito real ID
viewscIuvoeae..10 bad. Everybody is wanting to oer i
views into one. .ell. Nobody vet is interested in' on the .n, H.l l ..e cl irm..
uNext timeaehhopelNourletc i ll-buing.de
Next ime, e hope l our letter ats N The Editor But the feeling of job Insecurl- r OV ,
-v is far from the overriding ad
Snood of the town at this .nusua l .l to a le
period. It's perhaps beat exDres,- toa. i
PASS THE WORD ed by a local newspaper editor tetBro when the contrIi ct was aboo.ted by Laraonthe stock. .
this way: wLatr. when the contract t abl rt _l b Lan\t soc-;
Dear Sir: ,"The rest of the nation f els holder g l ver Milet-, o elle Qletly put
that hLIt has done its duty now $4,Ad back in e pem ap ... :
It's an ill wind that blow .o good The moans and groans hpt it has gone to the polls and d
of the yes 1 am" no I ni not' type 01 U. 8. Nation: who jotcd. It's ready to forget aboutof d a refld
sLeks the extra privileges and guaranteed existence in the Canal he whole thin for the nf:t four I t r an- ..-...
Zone at the expense of the common type of U. S. National twho years if it possibly can. .. .furtr
has enough on the ball to meet the competition at home and the "Unfortunately the people in
energy to return a day's work for a day's pay), should at least W hingtoon, most of whone lives 1 l
effect some economy. A poor Congressman, who in the past ce way or another are wrapped f
could always lind a rlaxing visit oi several days to this area Tin Iin government, have to go.on "d
tL the expense of the public pure teommon type U. 8. Ci.eni's ilvin, with the federal govern- .--, ..- *',l '
nurse that isp, is nova enjoying poor hospitality with the com- menit and keen it going. They __
bination of rain .nd tears being a bit too damp for comfort and 'neww too well the seriousness of padt t o1 lg
the moaning unsuitable to relaxation., what is ahead.".?I '_ o E -,... ....N. l
It can be expected that the word will be passed among our Thoe per in town wo tecoan ized Fo tb O th
legislators that there are just too many trials and tribulations taughtt for or craved a Republi- "Dco h, a n .or.. f a t.,.h
im these parts to make the free ride attractive hence econo- tn victory aren't goinn through coBy ontre RUARKA t the
the motions expected of con- ByDUD KUA K Ku~that dbei 'm t- to It t', W eplle4.
my. --"Pass the Manna." muerinx victors, either. As an of- .traw. Study the (I~iI, .iul ., .aid I th h,0 f.rOe.with
iMtF'l at Republican headauai-
SerL rit it:. Itohn1of dida tta4yf tmzhtr *s W'trch
VIA EPANA TAFFIC "I think we all kind of for- NEW YORK.- Something highly perverse in tator saw only a sea of burly young men, rush- aide, Orffith s entl~ie tor o t $ o5d10
cot during the campaign lust ny nature loudly appladtida the recent eplAode of ing in and out according to whether the push- thought was .ethit Wdoto al.
Panama City exactly what winning enltailed. the skinny little Yale nipbaer, Charlie Yeager, ed a defensive button or. pulled an- offensive D-HQY t tojtie i i gD .
To the Panama Municip.A Council, Now that it's all over and we're ingIn fot suit an catching lever.mhct
Sirs: beginning to lize up what's In a Pass for a t aer tqu own. The a,-erage amateur at lete hadl_ no hie m.- ., oe. 5 .-
store, the victory, frankly. Not since 8 d -Lloyd fayed "The Frsh- to make a club against the mued canaiva b.. a- s.n'-- .
Soon the completion of the new Carmen Church in Bella doesn't look quite so ro t," man" has anytl so nice and fresh crept into of the recruited bAh eavers The k loed im the tment
Vista will bring even more tranic to the already busy .Jntersec- You certainly don't he the the national foqtbulalleotocle* out of the guild, becaup6 h was pamynl. fda fun e .- t . pa.ten-.
tlon of Via Espana and I-ederico Boyd Avenue, below Hotel El rrandiose. optim stie'prom es of aand they were workfjor money.
Pan aEna. -'hat revelations are going to You know the story, of-.course. Yeager, who And dull, too, like a battle. 1ween aco t- " "
Would itnt htlp maLrs before the church property is 'eke place in Wahingtoh from Is Ut a few atone over qualification for the old ants on. adding ach
landscaped, the street alongside the cnurch is considerably any G OP spokesmen, ei hec term of P i-pound we k-l n8ig, practiced all easn oopping up ano uIt. .g ,_r .u0, 1 -
widened where it enters Via Espdna? Traffic seeking to cross Amon, A patsn M o shpanpay 4 -i, D--.,O- a bam-
Via Espana in either direction would have a better chance, cratc oaficeholdrs there'. still a" n -I ..,._"
Maybe a police traffic booth, with stop and go lights, would a certain feeling of shocked dis-azE,.m ,t-
ease the congestion. It could replace the police booth now at belief. "For 10 years you put ev- a4 qe e i one
the bus stop. erything you've got Into a tro- after a skein of harrowing contacts with toe This is one the
the bustop. Traffle Tom. gram which you believe to the burly brutes who play football for serious, he following Ityf .:.1.. w1 g il
bottom of your feet will benefit ricocheted into the end 2one and actually snag-. wre S t least oen-lfaced about it Iadl y6u col rng. It W :0 a. ha M Th nh newspaperman .-s on h
the American people." says an Red the pass for an extra point. This makes Lei; what was pin on. ... '
ARMY COMMISSARIES ofcial at the Federal security him unique the only athlete in the land en- .h .'It true," hi izked, ha Rt1 aywort has a horse which
A Policy. titled to wear two letters fat-Mae name sport. But the idea of the pigeon-chpete4 campus is being knlpt at Prisse My's stableust"- -
Sir: 'Then there is one campaign have nearly quit readug football in recent runt breaking, into a game, api for ugh Y ..r..
The other day while riding with some Army friends I had oeech saying what you've done years, because it-ha become, as stuffy and com- ibMu t come &l since old Os Welch I ib S "m' Rta' hose la going to have.)
occasion to observe the class of trade entering and leaving the I all wrong, and the voters throw plicated as a charade be weqg psytacss. led can 't at ia l
Atlantic Side Army commissary at, or over, 90% West Indian vol: out, he says. "How do you It is no longer a nble sport in ton, D.C.It was muchof the 'asae vel .A
.caled ansnovesIt .teW 0 ..a... ".,
or native Panamanian. expect you would feel under terms of hum nity -- t' diagrams .and .la- s.rge to return the sport to the ridiculous effort' The marn pulig hard ..ice- W.I qotrlf
The Army commissaries price their merchandise for resale, 'home c rcumstances?" he asks. toona and mathematll pimtp, with the ca4 it. really is. o-t. . premaien ia 'h e
as I understand it, at the cost at point of origin. No cost in- Ills feeltol s are fairly typ acting myst and the in alun The coaches drowned when s propose a e b t to
evolved in the purchase, transportation, warehousing or sale of of those held by many top of- oney. to rush in nd admiter to t pint after ehn L
this merchandise is included in the selling price. These costs trials. Somehow they haven't In my youth, which Was. .ie tod Grange touchdown. although there is no laso m Wt.i nt Lers' -age sa I-utmt .
are, therefore, borne by the U. 8. taxpayer. 4emonatrated the flexible at- was in -flower, football was a. niute sport .pholstered woman can't kick a point- wfeith I dt -Amay or' 4tA
I see no Kood reason why I, .a discriminated-against, tax- 'Itude of the professional poll- for individuals. severe. Injury. o4 1
paying, U. 8 rate employee of the Pangma Canal Company, tlelan who can quickly forgive A substitute lived for the .ay %rhen the re- The coaches yelped because this was tl A- e n,
should be forced to subsidize to this extent the food bills of the and forget after each election gular was.knocked silly and he could rush into football back in its proper perspective, tw r t
non-taxpaying employes of the Army and Navy on the Isthmus To them Ike's victory was Just the fray, his loins all girded, to become a-herd that of a pastime for masochist with lt '-
together with (as we well know) all their relatives, friends and 's much of a surprise as PresI- in the campus view imaginations. hel .,a-e.'
acquaintances plus such commercial outlets as are available, der.t Truman's was to the nation Ieeo O"f the l pObehO
As the Army does not see fit to price their metchandise in 1948. In the average game today you could stick a I propose a rousing hurrah for the YTles and 1ostmatr e of aigg
realistically, sales In the Army commissaries should definitely There's a bigger residue cf headgear on Lassle and send her in as defen- :heir managerial hero. No script for heard IMor .-r 0 i. e h l
be limited to United States citizen Customers, bitterness left in Washi itcn sive halfback and nobody would remark the ,Lloyd I mentioned could be bItter tam. WI-of "a.l.hr t
This would pass this business on to the Panama Canal Comn- over the campaign then can pro- waving tail. -Aln they got to do Is put 4 coed Inb heie~in The V i ith
pany commissaries where all costs including a reasonable profit ably be found any place else in The business became so mechanized, so indul- :he score "6-6 In the final quarte, A th mo4 set .td.t "
pre recovered for the Government or into the Republic of Pa- the country. Somehow the of. trialized, so impersonal, that the average spe- "lea need seek no further for a "script ti e.a. ""
iama where at least seven-eighths of this business rightfully be- fleeholdern s here can't comproe- .. n
~mga. bend that perhaps some voters our
W.P.S. voted dfor a change for the sake h "'""l-

Answer to Previous Puzzle neople beyond any doubt just
IAl in the Family *A T- was?" one of them asks.,to .* .n-.d- . .onhe"rmmi oe-04.e-,.
.... 1 ER ARight after the election a gen- .aseec U or t,.'
rOnIeONTAL 3 Female rPA LntTAoTl eralIn algn ed L': T O TOR TA TO S HS OTEL ROOM "ave hurt you," said W ht. I colnt hut t"
I *..thser children be. seeig RepublicRns coming We know each other o Joe, didn't you a r Pm 1 t Azlsr
S oatna's 5Prer ending r A P couldn't have been more car. hate each crak in doubtt h. to Wrig S tomer ; ".
$2 High note of 7 Blackbird Aa M0Tn *r o The average person out of.. loathe yoaathemorni, l-g- 1 ..
Guido's scale 8 Gratings t- mw w A *r- A would hver been heo'tN I also hat' yor gfas -b ;ght1 o Me
.10 Song Pano4v vcal Republicans therNo2..o an b lia"
l Australian 11 Disorder 3gmi tate 7 iEie ael 'lee) To sda. 1-"
tckh 17 Ornament 2 Metric w i atre he election. but that's nowhere

3I D sinr Henry'pr d Brother 33 hmitate 47 M usicala-

3- ;elat. I Clarke's). Theufort t hpt.. i s y

&4 ime Cox of The tooo..
5 Labor slugger) aheepishly
36 Worm in the drizzle...YmYa pao .w Yerk No nkft A
7 Woody plant "In the Little Club t ",.
39 Lichen Sarnoff exiting fror rUe 1,.'-.
40 Asterisk with all her apparel. ..h
S.41Large l ODilemmo oie beret) flabber-gas t ag -a :
42 Male relative and .57thM. pet shop w o.. .
45 Greek letters n -
49 Endured
51 Arabian 'n's pket had s Ballies In Our Alley: it 1&e s d6t.
garment lning, .ofts wore ndeag w
12 Among aft&rJanary
53 Ceremony A a"ai't eX i !...-,
4 Another name- nm W, o ine s Ihf was phlua i 'o1Thaft ek -
for 4 acros1"W 0 h stil 11th Beal Drelv-
65 Occurs -
for4 a~u .

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V e22CAL (with a nice face) =
VUSTCALHe stuick UPIa cab
I Pw,,t i .ob nul lie" del ibtd .38... FirSt ofiens .
811i&w ---- ed...A two-week hie
i 'the excited victims on 111s
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r- jlV of a n original deei.n. This x- h public te tl 6t S
Ak. hfltion is fa decorator's boom.lthe ehibItion, whc
IM.... Is Its -I first exhbit of Boguelmrn unt Dee. 3. maT
thpic ah teacher in the La BOt n frm d Is
: % flr .dt with a bright sun, the On- Db At JO Occupational High School. .61J
S'" I i. Cn zoe successfully carried With the opening of the -*ehl-
4 ou eranldf Ful ceremony for the bition of the work of Eduarco ____________o____
. dlatIo of several flags of the Dogue, the Canal Zone Art
i -'lttatee, Panama, Great League in cooperation with the
nd France, presented to U5O-JWB Armed Forces Bervice
.... __l" oep rating on the Atlantic Center, Is introducing to the
community a new gty of work.
kits& WirBhich was held Dogu is the recIpient of an amue mug
(W011 0"i"i at it wa 21t aope Ball Park on art *ch1larShip an han b-oen
So tsit ae wComm cereas attended by working under the direction of
St t sCh Wbitaker, U.S. Con- Ralph Pearson, who has estab- meamul Smum as smart lb true.
mntvd wina j-u nre bin *ia$u pa rityarit Gonsalez, over-' lshed a desldn workshop at Tar-
St o while Predics A ; .ohn Du Santoy rtown, N.Y. U rn were be. ou woald be tool
6Accin. Br" acting Britih The large decorative panels,
fl. l d- OilUberto Maunler rich in color, ftee in design, ap- 4am ean always find goad buya
Si Sat.ra ( i ench Embassy, who peal to the aesthetic asnsee ams se rt ie to advertt el
SNEW YORK, De. CTWI Weks saaid be wouldoseve: 1 the flags of their re- well as the decorative sense. Al-
0 tln of o fficI Si nclair Weeks; who will be s ais business onectiont when w. though three is a uniformity in
ed ai -ho t ia nd i uviaus ases of disloyalty" rotary of commerce In the bon takes notice but wiU etinue In anc also were Ceo. stle each one Is unique in itself.
he [l F- a shower cabinet, predicted yeter- as overseer of two universtles. D dice president of Coun- One design has beenselected
durin h t j n in-month it day business rot a wi ll on, He taked at len% hwe with news- cll. Scouts of America an reproduced on material to
.~.~ . .. OWd .."ieeksso ri.htn t. Fd f t Judge David nue. w do"tI woe ht." men and aiscaeihs philos Roer talking, principal of the show somewhat the poMsibilities
I.n Weeks also told a news ai- h of international trade. Rainbot Cltv High School and
i T*" t e.4 si tfl fFw 0 t ha erence at Pre let-fla S* He I said he lhad been "In en- other lfaials representatives of
te attend t Cncntration power's h4t shead lt r path" with the Intent civic oranlations and the cler-
of,.ii ihm d l l S.ons" he did notE ink rof the Reciprocal Trade. Agree- qY frt the Atlantic aide.
P IWa ended on de aee mt Act, which comes up for 1tb aClnbow City High School
o d e- *.w.o t aminsome ehap.ld.t "uI we do the rniewal In the new Congress. and4ammunity Band under the
fMnrent level of .thState D.n rp "Becease of the military and d in of Reginald rott ALL THIS IS
ciS sud he s. naval ppnditres i all coun- p for the occasion.
a .t t~ ,a Wmeret i 1n 0 think for a-secondltrim." he added, "I don't thinlc elsee of the ceremony,
IA.-h ,m the U NI hs l t that eau.try.uas to be nvou have hadafair trial of what t than scout aofthe
datok s a l e ,t cendent on a ArpaWMaM ret ro- the Reciprocal Trade Act will or C ton paraded through
S:' One of the t jurors aMax M. iram to ma sn at ria ent will not d' tthe streets of Salver City
publisher, said "the trnae, and 1The .l iand about question of tariffs aa ck in that
Justicee'department working tWO banker, Rift_ .Reput- wholi. i the colors were
bY etlher"', tried to "1lgeop, hole" felu nad he "I woUld not call myself a f r wthdwi. i brief but Im-
h.e presentment. be ; oo~i- trade on tariff," he replied. c .
a"There, was pressure to seal tratmon old, cnmae
Sper. the presentment," Zimmerman that w eald .confi-
so for the faulty said, "but we Imisted that the dence that "aoerhenent will
.yr.luat ,h the stmmentnt pre be made bllec b13e eL pi d not hard Fine Wb e THE DATE:i unda D ec.t a
asnaueve i.t btweeu the- The Jury crearged. that the ld be favop elimination
d tmn Ua N. to run State DepaPlntl. asked no- of-: s I jesprli .tax, unless
*4o~ufly fl~a Mf~r"'"v where In --a!pPqlrons given toW It, ameevdftt- that to get
.theWasit~Ouasbajfr U. N. emayes whether they "Morinane thatWsa one of the
ti d merabl the were member of the uommun- a y oa -as "vers2 C OO
part larty or other suoversive or-oHe a eno(
S--gamatlons. t nr or the.-bul ding up of
S.: It said -mqst of the disloyi smal business nd would do all
SAmerican .'were former em- he would to he on this score.
nt. b o ued b esswil be to plea one an a. i LA t
S"Alnmot without exception, a-bi.toq operate without any .... nead all. "T E PLA CE: C orner a
S S these same subvrfe employee rirs Hi or" rifes in the level of o LAMPB with nautical designs
S*wth te U. were tormerl eoy, he said.
S . S elb various depa ve itthe rearmament pro- COCKTAIL AT
Sa o w eat, oM 1 rL k- #m should slow up "rather ;ASH A TH O JE T 7 ine
sT w*ac t, BluJry .lc '- drastically," business can keep T
T5. % laTe avOiben s how this up .the present prdsperltv by PIPES---"Narghi" styles OBjECT
.a not cincidental m t of a tas to more peacetime pro-0 PEi"Ne sa stle
e. initq, planned pattern, duits, new inventions, and new MUSICAL BOXES
-'-- "It appears to result from methods of manufacture, which
a contrivatne of certain bigh- will produce lower prices, he 0 T*HMOS.BOTTLES
SR pa Uofficials who hae W- mid. B MUSIC
194 rounded mhemuitves nt each Weeks and George M. Hum- BOOK
government e q and ths prey, who will be Eisenhower's 0 OLIVE HOLDERS
A 108 l the U Unit Nations with secretary of the treasury, were
Q 4 personnel who share their the only officials who had ap-
am dIsloyaL emnvitens." potntments at the president-
S if being lIwiett The naming o WeA ofCOME AND JOIN IN THE FUN!
Zsea "Ti- reusto Bstate t.1whether hoe w Martin P. Durkin as labor aere- \
-' Sas, SAC was engaged Ii espionage - tarrion~ay marked the
Ultavtises.sO ptresot1ientaid. pleoenhower'
S'Om. .Be a0so refused to asy whether lea only subordinate posts to
4I"" CQSi he till wasa member oft' b ed ..
AR Uommunlat party or would sup- -
SQJS.. pt, United States In a war
I t e.8ovies union, theA E"

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IAYTON .Oa.. Dec.)3 (UP) -
A abun County grand J4uq ys-
terday lndlcted a torme Georgia
Tech football star and" pines-
slonal baseball player, DnW I.
(Ra d) Baron. on c
drlnpa his wife last 6.
Banrnl trial was set to begin
here today. Te 52-year-ld ex-
athlete said he found the body
of his wle. 42.year-old Mrs. He
len Barrmn, one morning satS
tLhe had been drinkbR t.b
nix t before;. .'-'

n- He admtted. he "slapped he
I in a,=epI.of 1m2- once, me tWice" but U-
6 sponsoredby thu was no hWd enough tokt
awsjO ant. Al~- "She fell magint a taUi and
?rgmnttioi ~and ,l the e stove," he said. "She w*ostit-
DU* -for BRam- Vnc on a chair when I et
A."opni. bed. Later-Itt up an aw
opart ufht to her in the bathroom.
t Dela Rio, ,ChiT Barron said he carted hr to
for to- -the nio other bed and. went to sleep h1m-
R. sell He said he found her dead
^Jack Res- the next morfli.
sip"! '! :A Rabun County. coenr's
... ry.recomewmncd voluntary oni"

SN e'ationalu e tnt
to.a Ibnrt lar. a C a cker t.the Southefit
Assoc was released uS
SThe coroner's Jury found
r3s Batron e from
Ur t ..tt .t et.
.P! Il^BqdJB '^ died atstbbid hon e an.t
wt bov here which .Bann)
fstonb. W -q Wilson of thO
esas ofb eer berlanmuoInuem
M the ,"arra drankwa
Ah ThIurddy to PlFday nt.
Claimed be bm
our-week recheck last mSdoed brt les. ahtt
d Julya tHt said an argument started
.iper cent ovt the d he to lds itoo
ontphas e be and she ohO t4.
a H a toj- H told Mt. Wp t n
rete responsible .. thWre wa oone
Bto ~.7Barrnplayed*i Tch %to
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the dream that became a reality

Tweny-fifth anniversary of the birth of one of the

world's most famous watches

T WENTY-FVE years ago this year
patents were taken out for the famous
Rolex Oyster wrist-watch. Twenty-five
years ago a dream that had been almost a
Joke became a reality.
Here, for the first time, was the watch
that generations of horologists had sought
to perfect. Here was a watch that could
function perfectly, the delicate movement
uularmed by water or damp, untouched
by dust or dirt.
The secret lay in the fact that the
Oyster crown was waterproofed, not by
synthetic materials that rot and perish,
but by the natural self-sealing properties
of one metal on another. And even for
non-swimmers, even for people whose
watches never run the slightest risk of
being immersed in water, the Oyster
proved the answer to a long-standing
problem. All watches are threatened by
dust and .d perspiration, but the
Oyster case meant that the exquisite
movement is perfectly protected apint

all these enemies, and can function
accurately, unharmed.
Countless laboratory tests proved the
worth of the Oyster case, but more telling
were the tests of real life. World War
grimly provided ordeals that the scientists
had never dreamed of, but the Oyster case
came through countless hazards of war
with flying colours.
Twenty-five years are a fair test; the
fact that the waterproof watch has become
an integral part of our life today proved
how well the Rolex craftsmen did their
work. The Rolex Oyster, first of all water-
proof wrist-watches, proves daily, even
now, that it is still the best.

All prices for Rolex
Watches sold by Casa
Fastlich are below those
in U.S.A.

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DECEMBER 7th I '" .

LOS ANGELES-FARE ..........$170.00
VANCOUVER FARE ........... $225.00


Phone 2-1258

Phone 3-2161

Shipping & AirLine News
PAA President Receives Knight and daughter and M:s.
German Order of Merit Irene B. McLaughlin.
NEW YORK. Dec 3 'UP. Mrs. Lois A. Mansbera: Mr.
Juan T. Trippe. presi.ort cf and Mrs. Hobart R. Massfnpdill;
Pan American World Airwa','.; to- Mi>s Helen C. Milloy; M'-. and'
dyv zecelved the Order of Me. it Mr:. Lewis B. Moore: Mr. and
from Germany for his all to Mrs. Robert Musante; Mr.;. Te-
Germany's economic recovery ies'Y. O'Donnell: Carl D. .Scope.,
ani Pan American's help during Mr and Mrs. John J.. Scull%,
the Berlin airlift IF'-I'k G. Trinka: Mrs. Ruth L I
The award was present d by turner: Leo A. Turner: and Mr
German Consul General Hans an s Mrs. Silas Woodruff.
Riesser at the consulate h?rc.
Trippe Is thE first Amneriieln to East Side Of altun
rPceive the afeard first inztitt- Es |QaUn
ted in 1951 to be even to those
performn -extrardnar, sek To Be osed
ice to a peaceful recovery if the ocks To Closed
Federated Reoublic of Ge'.m.- |

ny The east side of Gatun Locks!
ill be closed to traffic next
Scandinavian Airlines in .Make t.,.sdav morning for a per.od of
2nd Test Flight Across N. Pole 'bout three days for emergency
OSLO. Norwav. Dec. 3 iTP,' i p prs on the upper pintle cast-
Scandinavian Alrlines SAS '!1- nm on one of the gates to tne'
ake a second test flight across urppr chamber
the North Pole area starting
iro Los Angeles Friday, it vv G9tun Locks will be operated
anroujnced today ,,n i 24-hour schedule whill the
-et of locks Is out of service.
The flight A ill be made Lv th hoping agents and others con-
H,-jlmar Viking." one o[ the H14 '.,onPd are being notified or the
rc-C-B plpne.s ordered vby SAS .Pindorary change In schoedilre.'i
fro-, Douglas Aircraft. TwV' towing locomotive orevs will
Aboard the plane will be a| :e rn duty from 7 a.m. until 11
rrev. of nine four supplermenta- L n and an eight-locomotive
rv crew members. eight, SAS crew will be on duty from 7 a m.
technicians and experr., and jnti 11 .p.m. and an eight-loco-
four American experts. motive crew will be on duty dur-
, 36 Passengers to Sail inr the other eight hours dally.
Friday on Cristobal It is planned to begin unwa-
United States Representative ter'ng the upper east aide cham-
fand Mrs. Edward A. Garmatz are her as soon as the last ship
among the 36 passengers sched- clears the locks Monday night.
uled to sail on the Panama Liner Rince the gate to be repaired Is
Cristobal Friday for New York at the lower end of the upper
Congressmen Charles B. chamber no pumping will be re-
* Brownson and Brook Haya, who au'red to empty the chamber.
a." rmved Monday on the Ancon
with their families, are also re- The work to be done will be to
turning to the States Friday. secure the upper pintle rastinwr
Also sailing Friday are Lew~ s ~ which has become loosened from
B Moore. Supply and Services its fastenings. The gate swings
Dhector and Mrs. Moore. Moore on this casting which is faslened
Is presently on leave of absence ro the gate itself. Similar re-
durtRR which F. R Johnson is nalis have been made In the past
arctnR as Supply and Servi.? Di- to other locks gates. Only emer-
tector. zenrv reDair work is planned
The complete advance liSt of next week since it would be ne-
thp Cristobal follows: tessary to lift the gate and move
Mrs Janet M Blenz: Mr and it away from the lock wall to re-
Mr-. Clyde W. Blosser: Mrs nlace the ointle casting.
Bltnka B. Dugas: Mr. and Mr,
Harold R Evans and son Hnrold Ilie repair work will be dune
Jr.: Wllfield J. Fearn: Miss Mo- as speedily as possible antd it is
rat.lan Freire; Rep. and Mrs Ed- me,'ently expected that noimall
"wa'a A. Garmatz: Miss Beverly traffic can be resumed at Gatun
Kaufman; Miss Belle Kave- Mr Lovks by Friday morning, De-,
and Mrs. John L. Kelly; Thomas rember 12.



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S.S. "AVENIR" .............................. Dee.
S.S. "LEMPA" ...................................Dec.
S.S. "CHIRIQUI .............................. ....De .
S.S. "MARNA" ...................................Dec.

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S.S. "TALAMANCA" ...................... Dec. 6
S.S. "CAPE CUMBERLAND" ............... .....Dec. 7
S.S. "METAPAN" .............................. .D6oe.
S.S.. "CAPE ANN" ....... .................. ... D 13

SCued QenMd Amesem t
Passenger Salling to
New Oleams via Tel, BonadmM
S.S. "CHIRIQUI" .............................. Dec. 16
S.S. "CHIRIqUI" ................................Dec. 30
Weekly Suallas so Twelve PaMeger Ship to New fork Nebo@
Charlltoe LK Anelue. ng FramiebeO and Seat
We wish to announce a new special round trip rate of
270.00 for passage on our twelve passenger shiM tIUng
weekly from Balboa to Los Angeles and/or San Frane1e1,
returning from Los Angeles. tickets limited to fowr
months. effective September 18th to May 18th.

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wwrr'h... t s 4-H Guests -0-
sw,,11. "-)iDlai nemtimeaag e a soldierteu a'w
SOpdu Death "CHICAGOG, 21.,Dee. 3 (US18)- went AWOL. later explained that o the musb d fS l
Fifty-three agricultural students nou "went all to pieces" when his ock of the soldier t
from 27 nations are sitting iW as bride suddenly aged 19 years. he was married to a wo
RhO US I' ''"""honored guests of the 31st na- a suddenly discovered th
rv ujfAy"V- ..e. a'n B (UP tbefori or immediately tional 4-H ,Club congress in sea- The 28-year-old soldier had as actually 51i
*mautle.W aste~at to eaimis. e that *:. th.e attack. salon here tor five days. They in- thoughtt he was marrying a wom- In both ces it is a q
-7..s- -,, .-l -ant Cifnplate laboratory t e s t a elude four froth -Latin American an cf 32 and after the marriage of more rapid aginI aIn
Swees le the her red today, and detec- countries ., discovered she was actually 1, than a man has a right t
mw 1 I.S t e .i ,- bane Harry Daniels said he The congress, pn annual meet- Well she ien't the only wife pect.
the We t1 re tr t ..the results to show ing of America'afarm youth, this who ever let herself wage" t an
as h B o was' 6 w eo e e lesarly how the. woman year has drawn 3,100 boys and arm rate after marria e
troxN lase it nr t her death. girls who have ecne to exchange r ra ater marriage.
Sitr ta ictonee otivs8 eturd 1 search .lPee said they h ave not agricultural ideas and to display ,But usually it isn't a matter of
Selse in t4eo-way-a ,i-tur-rre e lr Students r woman's falsifying her age in AVAILABLE FOR
i rd rt o Ir clue a afs Cmeatn.W murder weapof r e aheerenoman' feshe hoart himi e .
l lmti Symphonybdt h ooper, lestmnd wife o nrer cte, the V. S. jor o fromsthreeto six order at n husband. I aI SA
ea ined oe months to learn U. S. culture. tter of letting herself grow old PRIVATE PARTES
S. .Orches, Tuder t direction. se owner of a famed La V a.. convinced however, n or ,a u tast after she has him. r o
S and nuqr, of Pro r' .Walter Iy e is, asesta a w an acquain- .a1 methods.od.They.rarre .lving on o
S the Honorable Edward A, ar Tuesay even .1. ecem r e Sunday.. the dead woman and U. S. farms unn ntheie r stay as
Gtha.tt; and at 9 r. p H., e ingthe Natin 9, Her 42-year-old h u sb a d, Aweadt unlocked the door at of the international arm Janie has done that. Her hus- Oln
a o y EnI th an r wl b vith w om-- she went to a foot- o person in her aart- yth exchange program. A re band married a slender, viva-. ,.
bmain Sni e e pookb Hays The r r ebn nall gsame the eve ofa -er death, ciprocity U. it. agricultural stu- clous girl. After only ten years NEW YEAR EVE
S'- I e N erefued meanwhile to.subotto ,a dents are in each ofe n o27oun- e
t l e. M au- her questioning about mystery notes w h i h triesstudying fore ign methods woman who has ained so m
v- Theacert will be givenUn-rfusthedmueatinwile.tbosubmitto st erinoeswofIdnti-entsaraneehens mied t
Sf, le kAdrtlhei m e On ntr'tad Aar-de as pscesf.t pt- .wif dedeath. N de up in the neighborhood. .. o arIncluded amon the guest s at weit s lustily lo h we
.t Wl nir iat Ane ne4 . PB- k e euker Amman, attorney fqra u ing the slaying we r erthe congress are 27 from Can- ou ownt so much physically that n

"'ob in -1 h indtead ofnaging anB RmalHLen
a rde Tee w.ell-kDown operation of te -o t by a schoolboy "with private dut as needed hf :i Ia of an n ne eaoarom!
.r WTgpftl Of Bridge Tournament- -- -R -- ourt of.Two S,,rs RestaU- as/athens of beipg a new Salvador, Mexico, Uruguay, A-si- fears she has aged about twenty. DELLA VISTA SALON

I 'la t h evening In the Card Room of preoet o the ath-find out exactly what question- e neatly printed notes said France, Germany, Greece, Ire- A different thing happened to

me;l tP "id Examenatlonn. Ation.Fi__at Ia you are Nueterlin from a bur. a .
o I.WseI,,i. the Hotel Tivoli re: t, lls i g there will be, we will not Earlier lad, sa ee ,S ao i g whecap-
thnepHtelToWeomeet-allow our client to be takZelennsonat t- residence of 3211 La Ave Zealand Norway Palan. Phl-py-talkin rl when she mar-
o o od Mo t ioditna rsan a fishie. e o A.e ed-n" k ,a of, d ap ed ippine Islands, Tuilsa, irikey red. Seven years later, she has Aop the Hote anm
Q. .l, 0 '"m .. Vsy2ndMrsi.sC.T.c ,, II and and Switzerland. let herself become so ,ogg.ed m
laud and Mrs. H. Mg the foren itors re dn by homemaking the Ba Gl the Hotel Ta t. to cut persona ncome taxe by The remainder of the pro- n to waow.

S 'MaOrl Joyce S .Bar- wies .to: .tankali girls, par- Th planning to attendoabout f M per cent, effective P ed reduction would be et No wonder more than 50 mekoi t h a \
ara Rose Lot hip 1la, rand rter r and Mrs. to t hone t.er Jun M. Co op ee c late this mor0 toe w ae i t 1. t na e though she is still in her twen- s, k f M.
ro the o n the recent- on to t eent, Reed who will head theax- taxpayers would get a five per ture hve ben sold. So dot let The anaemen
LoA ri Chase; d n ny held MruPage sale. School of W. ttel (I.15I); or wii House W r and Mean cepartntn a program for youngJune 30 and theemsso settled" and

fr omele aesar a- sa Y- t cls 8) CommHttee, alo said he woe t about a c six per cent cut the te of a- inexpie 0 VDADES ANTh, q*
P D -., Pedro. Miwde, c Co 3. del 5thl riA. R. to ;ot on following December. Buckleadersand technicians, ull there isn't a tace of the

:%.indMustringAl9d) Sunday by her ix-relee ue u ua-...... .-"My bill is the first step In your drugwst todnl 1e en
uor, The regur meeting of the ,, ,Ju.ge cd -c .. t.e .Reublican tax and spend-... oe.w' si hrpsn,
*trWill Pedro Mir.el Civic Council will nrs ( a In proper osing the.r -in 1etsA bg auction program," Reedct b the MUtSer-
il TeursdayDeolr OS. Co- .be held dinicursday at 7:30 p.. ndvl e o i a "Although I will Introd cultural Department.sceoit goes. ts silly for

as 3"eho ~useif her to tap Girl. Bn Community Ionin study Gmrepo saln e W olfIe dag terofehus r on ma own be-
cem mr "a M meeting elected of t I oerso t st J 'ting To rok ha o On the opening day of the con- woman to fight a natural amount
S elht dpa a vis Balboa mblem ClubTe ornat ln study th Canal of oker Robert Wool r. the said the pet t e ressSatu day he visits saw f aging.
eueforte cjng tofolk. Police said she had beenbauneltte, who starred on a lo- the awarding of 300-dollar schol- oi N er activities
to-Panama in September last. The.- regular meeting. of the Zone In 1931, Mri. Springall choked, revived Rh&L- be a t e n cal -television show, "Date with arships to 14 U. S. boys and;girls But It isn't playing fair vwith R held as usal In the Path)

Balb goe-E molem. ClongNo.e41s,.with a bcw li--^ ^H yH K u a
llboa' nem. Cb NO ob Wietlricl supervisor and with a bnt tntrml whileDiddle," until a little more than from 12 states for excellent farm mar for a woman o let erslf I
qjwaaep-$.gw 4nh am ly wi bq -hel"-m oni ThUdaee.r. o h F a1slstmu-to -othe director of her tWo small children and hera year ago, died about 3 a. m. production ae faster than she should. For
-ure ; cmermbet 4, .at a nde pmnurses Dt~ eorge Washington grandmother, Mrs. Leod smsonSunday. -atrtah
If Ch.le In Beat- home of MAts. olek, quarters nDivbersity Hopial in Wash- slepti ther aps. Neithh' eCongre tidy bedroom, nor
SWin wasnfor-.-A, on cnrdu lights. -Ingtoul s weasoinactive In the Dr. Nicolas J. Chetta, Orleans the virtually u n r u f f I e d bed
q lna t, Rnheir profession after she Parish coroner, said,. ll was showed any sign of a struggle, F
o pat nd eera Am r lefospital in 1941 un- ak used- by a basal a frea-e Daniels said, but-thpert sheen bluethat F t $ wB
arriveny frDm theo, Meetigf al.I.y i'on weshet Advancemen In ure, I trhtgeowsuand quiltd house ap-
roe e t-. I. .eA g of nurseeting the Perv- .e added that she. h had coat she wore were throwndeupr l C IL

g-te to Sa The th a Bran nh L ies at Gracell-New Haven Hoe- susnal relations with\a Bn ovrher ae.
f at Ho$ Gul of Orgaists wio of n clectcut. She now Tmeoneoverher-fac_ d-e..
4 theirMbrief on Frky, December 5, hIq: 3 tel i n C onneclcdut.y Dsee no
*.... .. i / . w- r devotes time to the a.cti R edenei-

Board.Cterin Balboa. ties of the Isthmlan Nurses drastic curtalmet of unneces-
ATLANTA e 3 UP)' d he and other onen ol- *, UNE NATIONS. New York, ey government waste Invol-
ng r ran owed te car to houe. New on Dec. 3 (US Obervance n bena o dollars, a balan try BuckleCa Just one application of Johnon n clni

rs w -Raetll fre T-When we 'ot by.re A e bunchP An aual exhli te- Hua is Day on Dec. 10 eg of the budget and a cut- P and wood and nleum oLias
Sa brat hoe oc- men, 7, A. w came ortiv els and. are scheduled in the back n the burdensome taxes n
if no ..-tb'^ itn hwa blthled run Guild oof Organists) o Ed n ogue i cn world-famou s medication brings Fy cleaner then time Mac
Sre- the house 'com out d ive on au at theirs of All the Amerca are omfrt. You foureel t spread de e mon th. The durable, gleaming wa ener" remove

ay ant er ',oury on unaye p rsen .owe a. fae "Center the .orams sotilar to last.o c-helping to break Up Mdirt watny e and al e dirt.
l.anwho .tarted ithe "Fira t o I.ew ltloh a ton Will Meet for te chooINGTON, church (P) would advance- the point r protth agt h ing o ea

barbhougag e-bi-dent.fedn as Hoer ards was hood Committee and-Art Leagueditional. Christmas luncheon roup n the UniteA. d St-ate of part of theax reduce e cunle Never oily or smeay. La b hinfih
ino o ef was als -shot ;ees Tas a irst The public Ies cordially In- will hold special observance tepriving our le of the longer-youll use Johnson' Paste la for
ro me" and was n knew that the man we were vted to attend th thee week The Mexican govern n ight he will on to June 30-and e -start of the membranes. You notice right ay often. Buy a large w .
JrTuT condattendingi. aIue d The Neighborhood make Committee, 12:xhibition plaFern Room of ntro distributeeslaon January new fiscal year. v how much easier it is to breathe
a ons.Uarol Pera t Aof the BaboGirt Scouts, the Hotel Tivoli. to cut perqna thIncome taxes by e The remainder of the pro- dd to swallow.
0Ara O SU f, tea Lh a, p-hrts, an-olterg rsi said Meeting of Book etoi ttend. about five, per cent, effective posed reduction would be ef- No wonder more than 50 mIlcoMon
4rars Elich, Roste 0"'. Loertheir oopef n to in. the ,rIecn.d t- are asked to telephone their June 30. fective December, 1953. T h u s, bottles of Buckley's Canadiol Mx-
aro'"l. Croo "ye Mkle the troirr ollins The Book Review uaswho will head thee ax- taopasyers would get a five per ture have been sold. So don't let T ho r. e Management
a h n as-Mhike..Cr (1 );o wrtlrouIseWay ao proamatnon on t redua b clanJed budget" a0 and thatcoughgetyoud.. uy f W ad W.rcti. AJu e

*gerin l Comimeet tomorrdW 9n laratlon. . i a.i. .
o- hI &ag to Red to lie at 4:00 odu. at the i eye UN has sent le t trim line Buy
a seh jyt l i s.l..e t o sd e w about ix per cent cut the oe of ft-ac ingnexpesive

Sie gsole Cag the ipICic Council dm: W.l.Ro wn.(2l,1 t th oth ac il.im to foow the new "na t. P
I I IeIa r at. edr other shot Cit It Rd ses will b i for A. to e. theR of the Unver aon following December. c the y' anlr

Ifheingp at of the raitL.h s P.be le "My bill is the first stepa our drug odayl
S .The regular meeting of theVSO ......t l n e.."e Republican tax and spend-
hl dro Miguel Civi Council will L nd Proposingm t m reduction program," Reed
.beholbThursdayat 7:30.d Ded"Although I will introduce

S-he b"ckishot Ift dom ttae on rae a ic rational procltma isn m ot"*e* *onmy wnbe
n.alvint Mouse.Iew elected of .iseMeetingTooorrow it half only, I am- confident It -ill

I i l n dt aebac rights of men C r-have the stronal Theaupport not the uxuriouu comfo d -
Bra o-.Ii is a Wil'iam V'. obio--n, osle n adotcedin 148 bl youo the Ways dexp ricoe wh
,r "em reMdA rhcp--ies inland
11on anUUp elht .no cent Ptooht hele (tR the Korean w.ar.1? 1 b r2. ,! p&id he would drop his .
"hv et 182-A iParsonsStree thireasewapproalinto the hopper Jan-
l Mr. and Ameri 'L C u and let o the Diablo Clubhouse) the increase w d epe u 3openingday of the 83rd
..? .PdFLtheir#.t AIr..M.93. ob In the31, on Da 5blo.o gHe ss
on Recent tAdvaMemen M i .n the Treasury would loose ap-
S rive r eefsI D moving saead.the terminationspot-
., *t R; nD"Gr"ets- date for part of the tax reduc-
A'. aoe 'meetinghhe P 0on schedule called for under
w neWill .lightsDayn"Thetaxuand-spending redu-
"Wane on Mondayie tion program of the Republican p

to a barrs "a nfire'-WhenrwegottOere: a bunch--An* U&usual exhllb- Human N"ihts Day on Dc. g of the budget and a cut-steaa oonn
'al a -:iTo-'itorv '.house ef women and ebl.dran Came orhALWtpanels and. fabris b. are scheduled in most 6f the back In the burdensome taxesPat Wax and wood and linoleum John' Liquid W
sAg cwaskilled 'runningousho adkgInt-Iogue, is At 1 countries Of the world this year. which are seriously Jeopardizin floorstay clean and shiny ft e a i. a
5 qlothrIV Da "inn the re-/the house 'comb ot ind g on ipvel at the J14- All the Americas arer hinlng our nation's economy," Red months. The durable, leading we me
tbaer,ourself Rowls-oud Center W' tlbm grams similar to lnt.ypa: saidi, althmdon ecths.aThendur geramira'
.all who s.started the ,"First winaI .few,. Rich- sponsorship of the e 'Zeo ties, schoolschurestd-,wMe have reached the point and
shootlaig identilied- as oXiner yards was shot down w stand- Art League. vte groups in the United Ste where excessive tax levies are -.scutag. Never oily or smesary. Lasts Tough,
In eH, W .as96shot ng beside me. It wast1he first The public is cordially in- Will hold special aervances.""- privin# our people of theu' s hi n finish
evil, titmaep" and was in we knew that the man we were vited to attend thiS tbee week The Mexican govern m ei aoes 7 ofHL0 and are dis-, Wax Just V/ as often. Buy a large w
Nfter would malae any kina of exhibition, Plans to distribute 25,00 cop auraginde
S 1.._.,000 arson-ntrouble." m-- o" the declaration to its pIteiw ent saidexpansion." develop..
w. 4rcIab'au4L Ant r stOl/'H.'who took NOr aOte In the Argeefl Healdethe proposed 'tax re-
por he mill the w Collins The Book Review.._L !f Vptrgus's Minister' of Unat ... psarif g the major h,.. L. lMmas Tower,. .o.oe end

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You Sell 'em...When You Tell 'em thru P.A. Classifieds!

Leave iout Ad with oue of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street PanamA
No. 12,179 Central Ave. -. Col6n

Lewis Sermlte
No 4 Ti\ol Are--Phcne -22B1 and

Fourth or .lulv Ave -Plione 2-11441

Salon de Belieza Americano
No 53 West' 12th Street

Carlton Drug Store
.10.059 Melender Ave.-Phone.255 Col6n

Propaganda, S.A.
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones H" Street corner Estudiante St.
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798

Hi.D.hi iInsn - De ye have a drinkl problem, ?
S.. rite Akehella Anymew Be ....
FORSAE e",.g. u e Ie I, D S ALE -- 194 Ponnoc Coupe 2031 Asces C. Z.
l.For, S tL ,. .- 2-:"", L-blal, Table $10 00
cc'Fto.e t n. -- tcL-. -J Fr,,id,.r .',;0, Guitar. $2.00 GRAND XMAS SALE: All at bar-
ccle *. 2 p,,, ber:h '.:.. 00 0260-C, Gan-. gain prices. Fresh stock. Philippine
gbads s ,e '"* ,. .c.. 6 T -el 6-2 a Rotten and mahogany furniture.
band -- .. Large assortment Chinese novel-
Paddoc- --' ored Ued r,re:. & Tubes at Bo ties etc. W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of
DMIRAL REFRIGERATOR Fi ga-n Pr.ce:. or Agencias Cosmos Judy Ave. Tel. 2-2446.
6 r 1 I '. tO.. Au-Rc.1 Nc. 9, Tel. Panama Dr WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
itr N. .. . .'D I n ------ Estudianle Street No. 140 Between
Panama FOR SALE 1950 Pontiac 8 De Luxe K" and "J" street. Phone 2-
FO SALE --- ,,O Couh o- ' ,1 ,h Hdramatic, W/S tires, radio 3479. Panama
dFnrAL o-,ci Tl 2- Ir nnd ,ear ceer1 $17,50 Deliver,
d .n-ooc--- I December 10rh. Tel. Balboa 1446 BUSES FOR EXCURSIONS and spe-
s-Apex warrg n e Ccial trips. The best and most
FOR SALE -___e __a:r_,,r__ _... -_e __ a0 p .
FO cScle, es.:e ler'r r'd''" "- 6'0pluxurious transportation. Call Pan-
ohawk Carpe ts le d Io 'FOR SALE 1946 Ford. Clean, good armo 2-2064.
o wth rug Cu hOnf. House u-6r' .9 c ond ion throughout. Leaving for
SC,7 SoStares. Must sacrifice $625.00 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Samba CPhone Coco Solo 87. CALL FOR BIDS FOR CHURCH
:- FOR SALE --S, oak cd..rr.g chrh HOUSE
$3 00 each. Seel EBllet. .C'Cl' FOR SALE -1946 Plymouth De Luxe aled bids for opening in public
; Chd' de:k. ')" 2-", 6 2-door Sedan. Gcod condliton.- .i1 be received until 10.00 A. M.
Shild de. -_ ___ Phone Coco Solo 381. December 27, 1952 for furnishing
AuLOmc n. c'. cEnd e. 147..FOR SALE -Plmouth, late 1949. oil material and labor and construc-
outomainc h e. leather upholtering. radio, new iori of a combined church house, of-
D. Owen it t__re .t Dertect cond.t.on. Duty paid. f'ce* and parsonage to be located on
FOP. SALE-S Fr Norge retrigerroi I Pho.. PA,. Paddock, Crnstobal 3- ste of old Building No. 627 odja-
25 Cvyl oa1o a oried icuhC.id tur' .,.I n cert to First Baptist Church, Balboa
shrng5. Coil Balboa 631-4, oiter,--- 9Nshae---- Heights, Canal Zone.
ng C00 l Bala FOR SALE 1950 Nash. has bed Plans and specifications may be
S p rocdc. c.,erdr,.e D. W. Kells. Cu- obioaned at.the church offices in
FOR SALE -Geru.ne Ch-rere Iur- rurdu Fire Siation Telephone 83- BulAding 627 upon deposit of $15.00,
ri-ture picture ., ItampD. porcelain -1 which sum will be refunded to un-
u2. Tens., Oper on ap last r,or FOR SALE -1951 Oldsmobile H,- successful bidders upon return of
2.,ol. amaic do.tr, radio, duty paid plans in good condition within ten
R SALE -Leao,,Q lth.nu.. L,.- 1,.i r,Ae. Easy payments. Conlino dass after opening of bids.
ingroom ;er. bureau:,. bed., cldr.g Por.,ma Canal. J Street. Tel. 2- The Building Committee of the
tohle, boiok.ce waordi.-'be. sbiCe 1 1.4i Church reserves the right to reject
per ect Cond.i.or, Reasonably -- an Or all bids.
priced N.:. 7t. E-.ud.arte ..rreet FOR SALE -One 1951 Chevroler Building Committee
upstairs Can be eer 3 C,0 to 7.00 Bel Air w,,h Power Glide. T. T. First Baptist Church
'Tel 2-506-' Panama. Gres, I3.000 Mds. Can be tinae- Balboa Heights, C. Z.
e1 2 506 Pnm Gre. 13.000 Miles. Can be finon- Tel. 2-1727 or 2-3040
ced Days call Balboa 1322. After Tel. 2-1727 ,r 2-3040
Position Offered Si P M 3540. We de dresses, suits, all kinds of
P t O materials. "Lovanderio Tropical"
WANTED. Eperencd Englis FOR SALE -41 Buick Club Coupe. plant, via Espaoa Srobanosl No
WANTED. Eperaenced ,n gol d condition, $275. Phone Pan- T
Spanish Slenographer. CO a1rea 3-I 94 830. Telephone 3-0871 Branch,
Pictures. Eusebla A. Morales Ave -_ East 24th and Central Avenue. Te-
El Cangrelo. Panama :FOR SALE'--Oldsmobile 88 Holiday lephone 2-1346, Panama.
I--OFRD------ --- I Coupe. -50'. Radio and Hidra-
hPOSITION OFFERED. Steamship natic Black Top. Green Body., 1.-
Agency Balboa. requires shorthand- 600 00. C. Z. Pententiary 6-528.
typist experienced at handling 6 C. Ze n -- FOR SALE
c. commercial d,c;oOrn., al:o aOsi.ant'FOR SALE -1941 Packard Sedan,
clerk, stenographer. Apply inwrit-., duty poaid. leaving Canal Zone. Be aneteni
inq tor ,nter .e, t.Aonager, Box. Phone Ted. during day, at Bal- FOR SALE: "Fleishmarnn electric
2(.07. Bclto- Carl -one. I I,O a -3564 and evenings at Da- brand nw. with tunnels.
h'rb' 2-3177. train, rand new. with tunnels.
WA TED -.1..e Jur.or Acccuntia. stations, switches and all accessor-
or cccountani t-t orn, with b.g'FOR SALE.is--19,49 t 2 l e. No. 99 "B" Avenue. Agencies
concern. Gie experience, reler-1O AL. 4 her o S Sasso. ,
concern. e en periene p graph with Radio. 1949 Packard Sadam
ras W and enclose photagrapC 1948 Hudson Sedan ~th Rd PANAMUtICA'S LATEST LIST OF
Write Box 1718, Panama Ci t. TROPICAL MOTORS. HITS
el( 4 5 RPM)
Help W anted FOR SALE 1947 Do ge Sedan Jo Stafford: Eay Autumn; Jambo-
ANTED Good coo. I nogodJ Radio. Heater and 3 new tires; ayr, You Belong to Me. th
do not applE 10 069 Rosevelt phone Sg Frank Amador 4210. NightRosemar Botch-o-me; Half as uch
Avenue. 10 and II St. Co lon Johnny Ray: Love Me,; Walk.n' My
I FOR SALE 1950 Super De Luxe Baby Back Hoe
NA Catalna Pontac. Hydramatic, ra- Frankie Lanme: Sugorbush; High
~ dO. w/s tire!. heater and aircon- Noon
EORGE D. BARB. JR Human En-I dition. Very good condition House Sarah Vaughn: My Tormented Heart
gineering Correct'.e Adjustment Vaughn: Tormented Heart
t thgineerng Sorrect.e Ptusmen -I orozal Hosptal Road. Tel. Sammy Kaye. Pathti Page. I Went
of the Body Strucwure. Po.ture-' _'' to Your Wedding.
Spinal Cre Sedsh ec ue Lefty Frizzell: Forever. And many
SNo. I1, Seventh St, Telephone FOR SALE-1950 Oldsmobile 76. others!
2-3833. Monday thru Saturday 8I 4 door. body and motor perfect, en
E. m. to 8 p m. By Appointment 51 55000. Call 3-2911. Hearing Aid. In perfect condition.
= Only.- May be seen 3 to 6 p. m. Colle 46
Ol iFOR SALE-1942 Oldsmoble Sedan. No. 10, Belle Vista.
W ANTED radio. New battery. $225.00. 713- FOR SALE: Brand new 73 key
'" D. Cocol.. Bremen piano. Breached mahogany
S Mineelli nenim bench. Perfect Xmos Gift for child
t C -. -7 FOR SALE -1946 Buick Super Se- or student. H.ous 545 Corozal
I WANTED:-To buy Outboard Mo- d-nette --- ----- H- -it-l stude T. H os 54

'123-B, Curundu. Phone 83-7263.'

c oLast S Yearo. .H e
WANTED:-Full length secionol so-
fa or glider, diningroom char.
chaiolse, corner table, w.ordrobe. Tiel '
.2-2111 Mrs Ern.r., rorm 166.. -.
IANTED:--One bedroom aporrment.i .,
.furnished.' Call Albrook 4260.


aign Tested

H 8Last Year
rThe Department of Publi
h-celebrates today Its first
iveEBary of having started its I
cination campaign aaainqt
egrcosis in the Republic of
ring the first year 155 t28
were tested with tuber-
na ad 88.432 of those pe-sons
e Tfccinated with BCG a-
,echicians in charge of vac-
ting have covered the Pro-
ces gf Chiriqui Los Santos,
rer. and San Bias. Thev also
e vaccinated in the towns of
boga, Otoque, Juan Diaz. Che.
and several small village.- a-
the Trans-Isthmiari high-

AL part of Its anniversa:,, ce-
bration this department has
epared an exhibition in the
fow cases at tV' Kodak store
i Central! /,v'enLr ',Pnama Cl-
, showing; pIctu:.-., charts. da-
and in'tr'imer'. .ed.
The 4:amp&aIn againstt tuber-:
Irsis 6 a rrl'e or. hv the M.n-
T y of w"fr. Snetal Welfare
ICe PuLic. Health v. itl n ro.
ration of tne "Servicin Inter-
tericano de Salud Pubhckh.

ri r~sy Surgeew s
i. Enoewedge of English)
lMmre ewrasr TeL 3-2113

MOON MISS-Bunny Yeager
has the right helmet and gun for
a trip to the moon, but the rest
of her costume would hardly be
suitable for a trip into the ab.
solute zero of outer space. That
bathing suit is designed for the
spot she's at right now-Miami

Lutheran Church
Advent Services
Beginning with tonight special
Advent services will be held
three Wednesday nights at 7 at
the Redeemer Lutheran Church
of Balboa, the Rev. Herbert T.
Bernthal. pastor announced. I

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FOR SALE:--Drill Press 1-3 H.
P. motor $70.00. Compressor, 3-4
H. P. motor,. $40.00. 1-2 H P.
General Electric Heavy Duty Mo-
tor $20.00. Simmons couch $65.-
00. 2 Rose Fibre rugs, $7.50 each
2 sets gluing clamps. $3 00 pa.r.
RCA table radio $15.00. Call 2-
27 7) .
FOR SALE: Pure Bred Dalmatian
puppies. 3 months old. One male,
one female. 365-A, New Cristo-
hal, 'phone 3-1786.

Army Now Taking
Bids For 54 Lots
Of Salvage Goods
Sealed bids are now being ac-
cepted and will be accepted until
Dec. 9 at the Property Disposal
Office, Corozal, for 54 various
"lots" of salvage equipment for
The sale will take place at 10
a.m., Dec. 9, at Corozal. All prop-
erty for sale Is offered on a
"where Is, as is" basis.
The property for sale may be
inspected at the Property Dispo-
sal Branch, Atlatic Supply
POint, Fort Davis. Inspecion
hours are 7;30 anm. toi3:0 p.mM.
Monday through Fridays.
Bids, which must be submitted
in five copies, must also be ac-
companied by a bid deposit of 20
per cent of the total amount of
the bid.
Bid forms and Information
may be obtained from the Prop-
ert, Disposal Offices at Corozal
and Fort Davis.

Balboa Lions Club
Meets Tomorrow
At Hotel Tivoli
The Balboa Lions Club wjl]
hold their regular dinner meet.-
Ina tomorrow at 6 at the Hotel
TivolU. Those members who can-
rut attend are asked to call
Wendell Lindey. Secretary. at
Balboa 2303, before noon tomor-

Phillips. Oceonsid cottages. Santc
Clara. Box 435. Balboo. Phone
Panama J. 1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottages.
2 bedrooms, refrigeration. Rock-
gas rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
Casino Santa Clara. Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservations ne-
cessary. Saturday and Sunday.
Gramlich Santo Clara beach-
cottages. Electric Icea boxes. g a
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
6.441 Gamboa, 4-567 Pedro Mi-

FOR RENT:-Begutiful, comfortable.
3 bedroom house. Completely fur-
nished. At Federico Boyd and 50th
Street. Price B.300.00. Call 3-

rwo and five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT -In "El Cangrejo" for
$130. 3 bedroom' apartment,
maid's room. garage. Telephone
2-1456. Panama.

FOR RENT-Apartment, private en-
trance to married couple only.
Telephone 3-3707. Panama.

FOR RENT: Well ventilated two
bedroom apartment, two baths.
servant's quarters, garage. Bella
Vista. 44th St. No. 32. Tel. 3-

FOR RENT:-In Bella Vista, beauti-1
fully furnished bedroom, kitchen
privileges. Meico Avenue 69,
near 43rd St. Phone 3-0553.-

Boats & MotorS
FOR SALE: AC generator 1 Kw.,
60 cycle $40.00; 2 hp. 60 cycle
motor $40.00; 1-4 hp 25 cycle;
1-2 hp. DC; 2 hp DC. 1445-A,
Owen 2-3630.

FOR SALE:-Motorcycles, one 1952
Triumph Thunderbird, 650 r.c.,
twin seat. $500. One 1952 BSA
Bantam, 5 months old. One month
guarantee left, 2500 miles. $300.
Call Payne. Duty 86-6166 Qubrt-
ers 86-2238. 1

Ukraine Condemns

Saboteurs Who Hit

Kiev Retail Trade
Ukrainian military tribunal has
condemned three men to death
and sentenced two others to 2a
veare in jail as leaders of a band
of wrecker and saboteurs oper-
)tine inside Kiev's trading or-
ganizations. .
The Ukraine newspaper "So0-
viet Ukraine" reported today

hmat me cnief of the band was
H A. Khain. manager of Kiev's
trading base for consumer gcods,
(' central organization f,)i thoa
distribution of consumer arti-
cles.) i

The newspaper said the de-
fendants confessed their aulit in
open court, and spectators
'v.'amlv applauded the verdict.
The indictment said the ac-
rused "undermined the Soviet
retail trade in Kiev looted Seq
cealist property and opposed
rrmseures intended to se-u*t
hli-h quality goods for the peo-

Asians (elebrale

Before Reilnerring

Sl. Francis Xavier
GOA. Portuguese India. Dec. 3
(UP) The body of St. Francis
Xavier, 16th century missionary
w : o converted thousands of
Aaians to Christianity, was taken
from his coffin today for a last
public expositlot. before final in-
Thousands of pilgrims thTon -
ed the greatsquare to watch the
coffin brought in the proes-oA
from the asilica Church of Bom
where the Saints body ws plo!-
ed on view.c h
The celebration, which a.&o
marked the fourth centenary of
St. Francis' death. began with
exploding of firecrackers, the
tolling of the Cathedral's gRet
bell. and the singing of hyr
by the Portuguese peer
Ribeiro calling devotee. wAM
New Goe, five miles-:M a.
.;- ,';- ....

Minimum for 12 words.
3c each additional word.

,-.vMMtRCIAL (&

RATS are
Ral & Muse Killer
(contains WAR-FARIN)
279 Central Ave. Tel 3-0140


17 Auto Row
Trel. 3-4a

Transportes Baxte. S. A.
Shipping, moving. storage.
We pack and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451,
2-2562, PanamA.

i_ _I

DesOn. A. and I. ORILLAC
(Palmer Gradualeti
8 12 and 2 A pm
Saturday: 8 12 nooi..
95 Pe&t Avenue Tel. 1-I1M
(1 block from Luz Theatre'

Telephone: 3-4M3
I2Avesildpa. iaioa.1 t3

Lt. Col. Dwight W. Bingham
abovem has been asmgned as
the new -. Information Officer.
Headquarters United States Ar-
my Caribbean, Fort Amador. He
replaces Lt. Col. Ernst R.
Stnuelke, who died from a heart
ttack last August 14.
The newly arrived officer, a
native of Clinton, Iowaf comes
to his .ob in the Canal Zone af-
ter a 27-month tour as Public
information Officer at Fort
Jackson, South Carolina.
Colonel 'Bingham entered ac-
tive service in February 141.
During World War I he served
more than two years in combat
in Italy, France, -Germany Akd
Austria. Towards the end of the
ivar, Colonel Bingham was one
of a reconnauisance party of
four who captured the Hitler-
appointed Hungarian Prime
Minister Ferenc BalRak, who was
subsequently hanged by a war
After the war he performed
public information duties at
Headquarters Fourth Army. Fort
Sam Houston, Texas. under the
command of General Jonathan
M,. Wainwright. He also- served
as joint Information control of-
ficer involving the Air Force and
the Navy in the 1948 amphibious
training project Exercise "Se-
minole," held In the Oulf ptates-
Prior to his tour at Fort Jack-
son, he was on duty for 27
months at Schoflfld Barracks,
Hawaii. There he was In charge
of civilian components, which
involved the administ atlon and
training of 22 Organized, Re-
serve Corps units.
Colonel Bingham, who arrived
last week. on the Isthmus. will
soon be joined byv his wife Pearli
and six Robert. David.
Charles, Shella. Vicki and Jah--
of his eight children.-
H elaest Isn, /wight f',
A'tn!L!! A :.'-

Card ials' Robes Charleston."SoutM CarolUn.
Must Be Simpler, Searcers pot
Pope Pius Orders Nw PlaA Wre,
-Pope Pius XII decreed today
thathe red afd purple robes o( yBe ss g -4
car Jals shall be modified to
ma4 them simpler and'more In. 'A BER1NARDINO, Calif., -
keeping with "the grave and dif- De. 3 iUP 8e reh pllota
ficutt" present times. yesterday spotted wrdqkasg '.h
on the San Bernardh1a ft-
Cardinals who already have trains that may be Crump-
silken robes may continue to use led remains of an... F q
the the Pope said. But the 24 C-47, feared to halera
ne cardinals to be Installed at a peak wth 13 rson
a cl story next Jan. 12 are to aThe twin -engine4 tr anot
have their robes made of wool. plane disappeareddai t-
lent storm that lashed south-
The trains of red or purple ern California Monday night.
capu for cardinals must be re- It was ferrying Air Force per-
ducfd to one-half of their pre- sonnel from Dav"lfMonthan Air
Fenat 23-foot length, the Pope -Force Base at Tucson, AMl.., to
84ld1. March Field at Riverside, Cauit
' "-.. .. .. . near here.
....The plane lost contact with
the March base shortly befo

, Capt. Sewell Origgers of t'_.
Los Angeles sherlfNf aerso ui4
yesterday reported shartily *
fore noon by radio that he hei
spotted "new wreck" on tht
snow-covered mountainaJde 10
miles northwest of. Font0li
Other searchers sent backLrr
ports of a possible crash .fi .
wreckage a few noises eat ~
Big Bear Lake, a mountain re-
sort. .
The Air Force sent heltv '
and air rescue units to Ifi'V
The latest disappearance of
a military aircraft brought the
total of dead and mlin slt In
crashes since Nov. 7 to '2
The series of air m be-
can when a C-l1p 10
car crashed on .M .
thorne ih Alaska, ". .
Since then the .ts b l
occurred at Interval "
one to six days In ildseZ*
tered areas.
In the latest case, the t
port had taken off r
Arizona base at l.825
night and was ac,"edle
at March at 11:0
Springs, the pl
dio contact With
and report e he
1 _000 fe et. ...
down to 5
north leg ofW"
dio range Pl
ing a


Mary Lou Mortensen, drum
major of the University of
Iowa's all-girl Scottih bagpipe
band. proudly wears the crown
ite received when named
"Heather Queei.," at Riverside,
1i. Mary LN reigned as queen
*the laby the
[IUnaAb Society. She
and her -ad eeived an award
for their pt In latoo g better
relations hhya "io d and
the i






fW h a 'u .amU a-
'Of the 'family's-
o PBWTS shotgu. a L11A
o Tailor Shot k)V t

Btory Theater
if the Gay Nineties


e Ameraumas n >u
rht Weeks' In
lea (BBC)'
e. Music of
orbceea (VOA)

lpasoUn of SynimeIs
VOAVQi of Americas
BBCrlisih Broadadstine
Rr.-Ra lodiffuuion Franoal s

''"-A "pree beb- "in
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: paint thi ,
aitti victim to n4
W books on ti- w

Bht .* other coavitas wee.Wt
butIxpected to recgivs. -
BD C. Everette, a burry
iprIBer from Mam.a j Cou.g,
O4-t1er4y ','- .
from a
= r'0iht of metll oI."te
11014 drink i ...
es. in Atlan l year-

Iem- _at bck ith

was *-awy dqr nuuunu. .
salt.. t d Wt to
beuse -wei' Muh yI t lti
in the house." She a. ldthe 'on-
victs, all ionr t_ d .. .
Marinee.=, .f Idi, s n
oths. /
"Te children were. frighten-
ed," saidu,"lutl thtwtM;is.
treatt a ig bt"id at
you gtW' M- V taia. ad aS
l6*, oneB of the Wenyit kept k
watchI= .it agi the hottWIN
60 .o 02ers 0lpt or wVath
ed tetevon. 8
Two fugt IenwerS apturid is

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n m...aal.-4.~a :. ilkei a t he
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Radio Pr.


Today, We.'nwday, Dee. X
3;15-The LUtfle.Bhw
i:L-4lasteor Wednay
W-.Muele Wtho0ut Words
W a i tlour rAvurie
0: lb-jCNIL=-H ON THE AM -
(Axenda Steer)
5:20-What's .Your Favorite
(O td) .
5:35-What's Your Favorite
S (. nt.) .
fS:00-.1A8 AND PAMION.
6:4-11 -0.Thosa p
7:00-Over td YOU ) ( )
7:4- ngob in'the Air (RDr
8'00--Bvealxlng on
8:45-.I. .P jum. c t
:30-Tht H .t'-ft Hur
10:00--T.BAT L OLD O1)
L1:00-Thte'OwVI Neat
.ldnight-ign Oft

Tomorrow, Thqfsday, Dee. 4
6:00-sign on The Alarm
Clock ClUb
7:30-Morning Walon
8:15-Morning Varieties
8:30-Music Makers
8:4*M-Jerry eara Prea6nt'
9:1- ared Heart Program
9:30-Aa I See It
10:05-Otf the Record
11:06-Oft the Record (Contd).
11:30-Meet the Band
12:05--Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
1:li-Personality parade
1:45-Lum.-and Abner
2:00-CDM lroe m ta Paul
2:15-Date for b anclna
2:30-Afternoon OMelode
2:45-Battle oT'thD BadtO
3:00-Aelen Debut
3: l5--*eLittle boIt
3:S0-Muse lor Thuraday
400-Grteat Artist
4:15-.Bob Eberly
:4:0-Whaio ,:.'o. w -;-
5:4,-.What's You. avorlte






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with. ..aln -r
,,rd like~to. ICe-tfbtadM.
Ra-sid as a o u-gsiOT
a hospital of a atitobr '.If-i.
get coAfrdrtabl .
Attendant. i4St,. Itf* t.m
pital BANd Ralines I
bnion, but lie lIM AQ
Ing his story.
Chief criminalD ,-nveAt-
Gene Oriffin of the DwLJv ,.
ty sheriff'A offipa said s-al.
loenti a M gorge T_
Wing in meotanio
Raines said he was drivh
with the poetive "eus omm
who pd sn t t
"Be hadteim out sad'sto
me .down I the wof ia .
said Ralnes. "He mI4s e m e.M l
my clothes off I tarted i a
rtnn ',

Ralnea said his aasitlent fired
one soht sad n ugd5 i
"The est tb tie bit en
the spine aid I went dop I%
abOt a third time bu
know if he hit Im. Iwas aeA
numb. o hbe left." '
ponce said Turpit ws arrett.
ed thre dayes ago .f h
H A crude.ii ,
tha p "
said thei & ti M.

far wife told st pice to
that five :escaped ovic Oe
her oprioser in hc a with
her two grad ChId)ede and son-.

a remote second
County .near i W > Vui
border,. jiad t r i^ y


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an- I5 waie s ....no W'

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0Ait-&tWN MEW#e Hi oFIrtS . tunm Youth Fellowhip
B- -- o:. n : Invited to atte
4 ttla h 9 Each girl wi box
suI p upper. bi eno wov i d
tme lest ntigng the follwomg .ef l wer. the bpya ill .on il r'l
Ines moneyTd v
SmI t will go to p"
tad for the Chrt t Lhch
r. uiu S''" a"dd Ia AIQh My Mteets~ a Gatun create a cost%**.b at TeA
UP* Swore halrq i ed orgulte planig of theMrhurchliWIe
ma .. wre.. cmGre scity Mr. R Cu aim wil be
S bes ted Mo y at Teoll the caller foar ..e *n.
3Z WY.4e o thearo Mb ne -
ss Jog PE RWomen'sOti sn-apila 004-4 rt
tr .s Coca
SlWe l orchid baskets, which n the
te' are the planting of

m- oed bthon owT.swelgivenS as p pries to make artng-
PT.b aeplol yd and r
Ladi prayer, by i lr.bAU3 N Loyd andor thet thea

The fcb t oa thy B^ frg dt by Mr. Or M Elars, MrjZoh.nao.
f the t manl T"n Otb is.'- O WaMr. OM. Mrk Mtewart -. M Bathers,
S Mrs. Edwrd Cox, Mr. lM ther Ranoldp of co-
TAfmm, pten:t;ha .fO _. g Mr. ll mr, .p Ia ct o r
1am L W.t Hooper and .huberg and Captal~ p
In .. ,Jo he isted hi.

nin. o ,Mn, M Wl- Liaentiant Commander Lua fR cpgagement
patd by &'. Lote UrOft were T following lte wr
Spotted to makeaere rrangTo -
d m -nwon byians. Lboyd and Mrs.- Ithmafor them akausi rs ai M.
Daviod arthaw. An Ep tStan-
helmt M~or -u,'atec by Mr. Or k Mr,. "A. ShuIthin.,
he U% t Ellery, Mrs. I. Johnsonw,
If th# iMt *W i'li won by Mr. Wilth nson. Mn Stewart, Mrs Sothenr
met at i v i utons nt and Mrs. Wayne M Gould and MD r D0cery.
yesterday for their M*t, wer de hosts for the eve.
r..andMrs. E. An Oris, Mr. hMis cother- Rpanolds of Co-
t thie cdclWu and Mrs. T. W. Felsa Mr, andln was a recent uit of her
they enjoyi k m M Mmrs. Lr T.e hubbreg, Mr. and aunt, Mrs CNalvin S. Johnston
andortrait atuof a ug0 e Mr L W. CroJ s F, tenant, of Curundu hNte.
fe r stand Mrs. Wayne Rose,, Sergeant o Cnco e
aa wa U&~ were: RAsM Allen Lloyd, s erglant
I.t.weekba r edMterday to join iHas ha I, Mr. iose Itui,-u
M .rs oa d, wdo., r.W Cd -
th A. Amy l LmLMr. rdeltti aa, Captain Dh. S. hinea nd Ratn m of m

Potograpy Conte Hooper and Rul Orisecord with his
both Ae and the Pa- Lieutenal and t Cmner Lucasnne RP trips up and down
M l arear. M. .. A sl wh Bx Lh rderedup To Flord
d Mrs. G eor gelayton Lt. Commander by. ester Lu-
cae ahe stant Pubulc Works Of-r Isthvinn music-lovers again
e lo Vicor M.ficer on the Coco Solo Naval will have the oportunty to hear
rton, has copleted:30 p.m. The Marar famed pnt-ok) phony.r o Itu-
Syears of duty on the Isths i whens e arrivonlue Panam

S 'hfrwest Te pictures as a| s iS eral public also probably na ngte
Stand willt lave n the near u to wind up his current Latin A-
.t Whiting rld, mean tog.r with an engage-
P.~he'ot4 enm' rAr~ A A ment at the Central Theater
-3E. HMillobe acri m a"ed byf Tuescday, Dec. 9.
iN J Mrs.. Lucasban a. Pe colorful Spanish artist
---...-.adsonmar- wll give one concert with the
. Mr.-erai Cle to tates PaamA National Symphony Or-
Iotait tn S -t hera under the direction of
A portritudyof James F. ea r nan e to loer Myersw The Mozart Piano
.lateuro ahsrtist. ruln t h .lt uI ountt Hope, was called to the Ierie In D Minor and the

i of the ruind lr t Old- An at-male ury aed eof the Illness of s on. the
eftllno Concerto will be fea-
At weeki IrW ,o terday to join his family Msy Iturbi, who undoubtedly
the 1612t the" Aniy a hoilee W, Texuats. han d up sme p kind of musical
P.btography Contest co counties wife, roan record with his
both the and the pana- Scivi l and Box Lunch Planorted wit Ticketrips or the Panamd downt
Mi~ area. -" A social with Box Lunch P- North and South America and
.1t w1 7the work of Pf; Leon per, and evenin of q u a r e Europe, gained his first fame as
C. Figs of Ft. Clayton HOsptd. dancing, is planned by tb h e a pianist In Exurope. However, he
First prime i nthe black and Christian Youth Fellow.ship ofI also well-known as a conduct-
Bite category went to Warrant the Cristobal Union Ch ttlor,.having .been the musical dl-
-fce-Jaote Victor the Cristobal Y.M.C.A. Friday rector of the Rochester (New
Id qro,:" _uatrs. DO- at 6:30 p.m. The Margarita ad. York) Symphony.
'an.dms, puarto- Since his success as a film star
oh tol e'A d"'t[I- he has made only guest appear-
WtWI0 Of a'highAanAers as a conductor. The Sen-
eal*. I-" 'aware that his talents include
'efi.aipuel, '. m, playing the harpsichord and
niuslln, 7018tcomposing.
ST."rp at 8000____Is -iiot e a
for.Is-teomprm-tal Bpn-I-
-there is iw0a more At
NIW YORK~ S tJ?1 to know, which may ran.e.from
2An al-male jury, aseeo f ay lesscs on.the ayail
i w altb to kbrdZe. flying an airplant.Alice
I" I wrtt his blIolot, the 5lan jer o 9orA
p 'i. 3'were 'cose. countess wife, Andreana Psata- flying boc
.. .. ..a Ww om wel, had cavorted. ithTickets Far- the PaniAm"dCr
.... 7 af na M.... .... _. ..a ..... PUsi1W~flm JXTA I!.

1W W IfwRa swa tm\..'w fu a"C;Uhe rwyw. uuua*i.
and Anttes Arele.tlona. Te_ Rldhardas It in a manner IIl-
sfen tOp-po bck and beflating ited we.
wIte-oton4d te tree ftirst- w"a the first time in v-
rD lorsi~.deuwfbe ent erpl years that, a jury coIL-
{'^' Mis^^u5V4C..t-WrapMser.t r completely of m
Co Utrn e
UW ifd e Army ;- sni mpch C td aye
.11W IIm the Army-wide ftni attorney. aid the decision would
,2 ; b. taken to anotet oUrt, w e
.aThek "t white it was expected h wdb
"nat b swaKIn LaOi RloM- given an automatic divroce .4-
r w Ifch h* eed "Hope, erem. ..
rw tauwlta .& o _ata The jury's verdict, esaled
is ueapomre. 6. a IAuttw "ince last Wednesday, -Md the
S0 1/1100. $ 25won M ontes had mo .WuqtG her-
raph I gM from selmf on the M u .' tfdIl
t.'IN when a r&part
toe her wdJ-

Seqi- Th countes ad declared
il ,we re O dtotted he f .(t el
a COMT; ha atftIorn-an -am

kt urtb-t romtr4
ii L et i A mtn .l cam it h -

C +L .'r."".
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HI-Mr".- O,'7 ..-... ...
git oi -mAt I rha-

$2, $3 snd $4. They are on sale
at Panam Tours Ave. Tivoll 18.
and at the JWB-US0 in Balboa.

65th AAA Group

Ops f953 Conest

For 'Miss Ocelort'
A search for the lucky missn
who will wear the crown of
"Miss Ocelot of 1953" was bemOnM
thick week by the 65th AntlaJr-
craft Artillery Group. Fort Clay-
ton.Openlng of the contest wea
announced by Captain. Doflls
A. Armstrong command.nU oufl,
er of Headquarters Battery -
sponsor of the contest.
Miss Ocelot will rign over the
sixth anniversary celebrations of
the 65th Group on Jan. 15 of
next year.
Unmarried girls who have
passed their eighteenth birth-
day and who are residents of the
Canal Zone or PM a Sar el.
gible to enter. EnrUlat ma
be obtained by a g the St
Group Public Information Offee
at 87-3294. App4leatiois may be
made until DeW. 1U.
In addition to the title of Mbs
Ocelot of 195il the aconest wan-
ner will be awarded numetousI

d: 6 33rd It'h'try Gradrtes 20 Leaders
.2..: ....,.. '_- r_

LEADERSHIP SCHOOmL GRADUATES i. the 3Sd Infantry Regiment appear after receiving dl-
plomas from Colonel Robert H. Dougits (far left), Commanding Officer of the 33d Infantry.
Saturday at Fort Kobbe upon omeon of the current school's first two-week course. All 20
graduates are top Corporals and Patvates First Class selected by their individual 13d units.
Warrant OffiCer Junior Grade Hen .U Ogilbee (far right) is Officer-in-Charge of the Lead-
erhifp School. Graduates, from left to right In the picture, are: Corporal Ralph Talton, Pri-
vat First Class Leon Bowers, Private FlSt Class Charles Crawford, Corporal Frank M. Duf-
fy. Corporal 'Malcom T. Davisl Corporal Dewey Purches. Private First Class Weldon E. Frazier,
Private First Class William H. Oeltja, Private First Class Gilbert Stanley. Corporal Herbert
Bogs, Private First Class Paul 8. Istiada, Priva te Pjrst Class James Camberls. Corporal Albert
Delrie, Private First Class Edwin J. Ottlmrlnger, Private First Class George, D. Poore, Private
First Class Terry Crick, Private First- lMIa Clement C. Carfrey, Private First Class John D.
Murphy. Private First Class William 0. Myrck honor graduate, and Corporal Wayne Berger.
(P.S. Arm SP. )

Stateside Radio Stations

May Stay
The White House disclosed today
that an Ingenious new system
has been worked out that will
let radio stations stav on. the
air in cae of enemy bombing
attaqksa- without helping the
bombers find their targets.
Announcement of the new
system, to be put into effect
three months hence, is of ut-
most importance to the nation's
civil defense in event of attack.
Heretofore in event of an air
raid alert all radio stations were
slated to go off the air to pre-
vent their use by an enemy to
"fix" on his target.
While this would prevent 'Mid
to an enemy,-t also would keep
the public from getting vital
instructions and news 6f the
attack. .
The .new system is called
"conelrad"-short for plan for
the control of electromagnetic
It was worked out in months-
long consultations Py the
broadcasting industry and the
Federal Communications Com-
In general, here is how it will
In event of an alert all radio
stations openating-under "conel-
rad" will immediately switch to
a mrency' w"veuengtl-
either 640 or 1240 kiloycles or
both, depewdingt 4. eFC plans.
Listeners, of course, will have
to twist their dtals, to. the nr

On Air In Raids


locations since all other stations air for a few seconds, then fade
will go off the air. out and another will come on.
"Power of the controlled sta- Since they all will be broad-
tions will be reduced to 10.000 casting on the same channel the
watts, 5,000 watts or less, thus listener will notice no break.
making it impossible for an ene- But to an enemy receiver try-
my bomber to pick their signals Ing to locate the source of the
from far off. signal the result presumably
In addition, no station call will be complete confusion.
letters or other identification
will be given during the period The White House explained
of the alert. that no wnv has yet been found
Several alternate plans for the to let FM and television stations
-next step have been worked out. 1 remain on the air in case of at-
The choice of plan will be ma %w tack. They must still sign ogf
by the FCC at the time of dan- immediately in event of an alert.
In effect they will work this
Stations In a given area will COVENTRY, England (UP) -
usually be grouped In a cluster The biggest order ever given for
and operate as a team. They ecclesiastical stained glass has
will broadcast a single program been placed for the new Coven-
of official warnings and de- try Cathedral. Ten great win-
fense announcements, coming dows in the nave will replace the
from a central station, ones bombed out during World
But each of the stations will War II. The windows, 70 feet
operate on an on-and-off basis: high will depict man's journey
One station will come on the through life.

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Shind "Artes v Oflelos" School

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Mr. and Mrs. Saul Altman
Celebrate 30th Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Altman
were the honor guests last
night at a party given in their
honor at the home of their:
daughter and son-in-law Mr.

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be reviewed by Miss Lois Mor-
Members of the group and
other members of the College
Club and their friends will be

Meeting Of Georgetow n Club
To Be Monday
Wives are invited to attend
the regular monthly meeting
of the Georgetown Club with
their husbands at the home of
President John McGrath in Co-
co del Mar on Monday evening
at 8:00 p.m.

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The occasion was heir SM
wedding anniversary. The Ai.
mans reside in Fort Kobbe.

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'1 .i. ,Iii- Col'ai S ldai iy 's and Cerveceria Bre,-
P elr \,'. 1 c I..-i, tvn ialt I,\\eatlier permitting) at the
P;L>;ima,t ,AaltIii-naI stadium in their first official
lea i 'i tlI es of ithe pI.rsent seatull. The contest is
s ..'t titll I~t t t lltllt'l ay at 7:30.
T1.'u ,'I:1l pic \e r., I. uth veterans of the Pana-
iia I,, Li;I-tIL', h;i\e I .een named Ly their respective
MIaniauci s tr tat i on the ouind the d tonight. They are
S \i 'lieli .tl'litl andl Anidres Alonso, of the Spur Cola
_ and C I \ celt'la, res''leeti vely.
Cla'irke \\as reinstated Ilefore.the beginning of
the Ile\ season follow ing a league suspension and a
conl icti'n in Panama courIts for slugging former
>j Carta \ ieja manager Al Kultski after a game last
SIf C'larke wins tonight, he will become the
league's leading winner with a total of 49 victories.
Spur C'ula's Pa'I Scintlet.ury is tied with Clarke with
a total 'f 4.5 league successes.
AAm''ng the C'erveceria regulars who are expect-
ed to. tart tonight are Clyde Parris 3h, Clarence
S 0loure, .-s, \\ho played last \ear under the alias W.
Hlider, Aionso Brathi\aite 2b and Roberto Nash
S lb. Bertie Williams \will share the first base duties
Nw -itn Nits.,.
Nicaraeuan Eduardo Green and Bocas del Toro
pl'f_:c'uct Tetfilo Peterking will see action in the out-

SP Namnes Ieon Hardenanll

S.E.C. 'Plaver-Of-Year'
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ATLANTA Dec. 3 iUP,-Dixie. in Tech's 23 to 9 defeat of Geor-
sports writers and football aia last Saturda%
coaches nb\e nramd Georgia Mellinger of Kentucky took
Tech halloac Leor, Hardeman fifth place in the balloting by
as United Press' "Southeastern barely edging Mississippi quar-
Conferenc plaa,er of the year." terback Jimmy Lear who piled
The sturr.mpy junior from La- up 50 points in the balloting.
Fayette. Georgia, who led the Tennessee fullback Andy Ko-
undefeated Engineers to eibht zar placed sixth with 40 points
straight vtic.,ic's before being and tackle Charlev Lepradd of
sidelined with a sorainmd ankle. Florida %as next with 35 points.
barely shaded teammate George Halfback Bobby Marlow of Al-
Morris, a Ilnebacker. abaina and Kline Gilbert. Missis-
sippi tackle, each received 10
Hardeman received 100 points. points to round out the voting.
while Morris--a senior cefrnsive
standout-came in second in the
balloting with 90 points.

Quarterback Jack Parker of
Mississippi vas third witi 853
points and Kentucky's all-
k. around pl-ver Steve Meilinger.
was next with 55
Southeastern Con ference
coaches and sports writers pick-
ing the United Press player of
the year scattered their votes be-
tween nine plap'rs, five backs
S and four linemen.
Hardeinan. whlo lugs 1721
pounds on his squatt' five-foot.
six-Inch frame. powered his wav
for 704 yards in eient games be-
fore he sprained an ankle in the
early part of the Army game,
dore than three %eks ago His
a 'ale was reminjured acain the
second time he carried the ball

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The public is hereby advised that effective on
Meet No. 102. Dec. 6th, 1952 all bets at the
race, track both mutuels and combined, will be
subjected to a discount (take) of TWENTY
PER CENT (20%).


Vic Seixas Reaches

Malbourne Tennis "t

Semifinal Round
MELBOURNE, Australia, Dec. 3
(UP i-American men got a split
yesterday In quarterfinal match-
es of the Victorian Tennis
Championships at Melbourne,
Vic Seixas of Philadelphia, A-
mnierica's chief hope in the com-
Ing Davis Cup matches, toyed
with Ken Rosewall of Australia..
Seixas eliminated the young
Aussle. 6-0 6-1 and 6-2. 1
Ham Richardson of Baton
Rou ge, Louisiana, wasn't so
lucky. Mervyn Rose of Australia
dumped him, 6-3, 6-2 and 6-3. ,
And just'to illustrate how seri-
ously the Australians take their
tennis, a night watchman will,
quard the Memoria) Drive Ten-
nis court in Adelaide until the
Davis Cup challenge round gets,
under way on Dec. 29.
Officials found some rusty. '
three-inch nails on the center BOWL 'EM OVER-With Notre Dame out of the way, Jim Sears,
court last week end. And South afcty for Southern California against Wisconsin in the Pasadena
Australian tennis ofifcials say Quarterback Pat Stark, center, is to call signals and pass for Syrac
they aren't taking any chances Orange Bowl. Bob Kennedy plays plenty of defensive guard
on sabotage. .

Along The Fairways P f Coast reuLt
November 20, eighteen ladies
!of the Fort Amador Golf Club A
'gathered together for a regular | .A
Thursday morning of golfing in
a Swatfest and Poker Hand 'D
STournament. All eighteen ladies
teed off together from the first 0
hole for the Swatfest Tourna-
ment and those with higher PHOENIX. Dec. 3 (UPI Clarence Hicks from Atlanta.
scores were graduaaly eliminated 'Raseball officials just aren't buy- Montreal got catcher Ernest Ye-
each hole, until there only re- ing at the winter meeting in !en from Nashville. Rochester
malned two finalists at the ninth IPhoenix ... even at bargain .lcked up outfielder Harry
hole. basement prices offered in play- Peherting from Dallas and third
;(r drafts, baseman Bob Hyatt from New
The two finalists, Ann Little Monday. the majors-picked on- Orleans.
and Ellen Kenna, played off a iv 11 players from lower classift-
sudden death tenth hole with nations, a surprisingly low num-
Mrs. Little emerging the victor. Ler. And Commissioner Ford
The eliminated players in the Prick says there have ben no
meantime continued plav in the delayed picks, as sometimes hap-
Poker Hand Tournament. This pens.
event ended with Aline Wood
and Ruth Leland as co-winners. Ye st er d a y, Pacific Coast
Following the morning's play. Leiaue teams-now in an oper.
a delightful luncheon was serv- classification held their first
led to 28 ladies with Col. Bidwell exclusive draft. And only four,
and Buddy Hammond as guests players were chosen. Los Ange- j
of honor. At the completion of les and Seattle each picked two.
the luncheon Col. Bidwell award- the only clubs to put in a bid.
ed prizes to the winners of the Los Angeles got outfielder Dick
recent Ringer Tournament and S.nith. a .309 hitter from Den-'
the day's play. ver and pitcher Joe Stanka. a:
rivhthander from Pueblo, Clo-.
In the Ringer Tournament low rado. Seattle claimed infielder
gross prize was awarded to Paul- .Joe Torpey of Fort Worth and
ine Kievan. first low net to Hel- Carlos Pascual. a pitcher from
en Miller, second low net to Er- Havana.
nie Wilton, and the most im-
provement award to Helen Mil- There was a lithe more acti-
ler. In the day's play Ann Little vitv in the Triple-A dratt. Ten
won first prize for the Swatfest play ers were picked ft'om lower :
Tournament, with Aline Wood classifications, eight less than.
and Ruth Leland the winners in last year.
the Poker event. In the American Association,
During the final business of harleston claimed Jim Dawson,
During the final business of a oitchdr from Lancaster, Penn-.
the day a new chairman and aia omb st e-
committee was elected. Those e- ylvania. Columbus got outfelG!-
lected were Doris Hamilton, r pElmer Westfall from Tul-.
chairman: Alyce French, vice- an pitcher Jim Ensley from Ml-
chairman: Dorothy Graham. pu- Pmi Beach. St. Paul claimed
bilcity and Helen Miller, handl- pitcher Fred Bessent, inactive
caps. iT his year, from Binghamptox,
The new committee Is In corn- New York . M
olete agreement that golf on In the International League. HEADuwRKf---Dic C bl
Thursday beats housekeeping Ottawa Rot outfielder George' of M water -City U his
and cooking and promises to do Greco from Jacksonville and head goina high in the air. to
its utmost to make the next six pitcherr Clarence lott from Mem- bounce the ball into the goal
months' Tournaments Interest- phis. Buffalo claimed shortstop and tie Ar nal. 1-1, in a. noer'
Sing and enjoyable to all. atch In London. (NA).
A Fida Tournament Is sched- Fight Results -
tiled for Ladies Day Thursday,
' Dec. 4. giving all ladies of the
Amador Golf Club an opportuni-
iv to work out the kinks devel- (MONDAY NIGHT)
oped over the Thanksgiving hol- BROOKLYN- Roland LaStar-
iday. ZI, 1891 i, New York, outpointed

Fred (Rocky) JonBe, 178, Ches.
ter. Pa, (10).
ZIONIST QUEBEC- Henry (appy)
Gault, 117%, Spartanburg, S. C.,
ZIONIST g outpointed Fernando Gagnon,
116%, Quqbec (12).
RGcANIZATION-Lary Wa.t, 179,
ORGANIZATION Chicago, stopped Billy Noble, 191,
Omaha (6).
OF PANAMAS r..rs,o.n, 17 Los Angels, ou
pointed Web Bascom, 1764, it.
Louis (10).
SWoodsworth, 182. Salt Lake City,
stopped Tommy 'Meler, 117, Salt
Lake City (2).

The Jewish communities of
PanamA are invited to at-
tend a program in memory
of the late Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, First President
of Israel, to be held Thurs-
day at 9 p.m. in the Bens.
ficencia Israelita de Pana-
m& (facing of El Ranoho).
Mr. Joseph Tchornickl,
an Envoy from Israel who
is passing through Pana..
mA will speak to the Con.
Organizing Coma#e.


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left, will play more tailback iand
Rose Bowl d. New Year's Day.
use against Alabama in the Miami
Sfor Wisconsin. (NEA)

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Sports Briefs

The baseball meetings at Pho-
epix have brought the hiring of
five new mahagers. They are:
Hrarrv Craft. Kansas C.ltv. Mavn

Sith. Birihngbiam: .am" y Just about everything haPen
Gleason, Bin ghamton. NewYork; ed alone the football beat toda
Eddie Murphy, Salt Lake City; except action on the 'field. '
and Birdie Tebbetti, Indianapo- Two dldwpst unl ursity ps-
lis. idea disagk vd about postes-
son' games.. playersp Were hon.
ored or about to be honored,..
FOOTBALL a leading Eastern college adhnit-
ted'It's losing plenty on .its'ath.
Head Coach 'Jodan Ollv r of letc progeta. And, In thnp r.
Yale says the shift which- ntre raks, help t on the way for tae
Dame used In beating Southern Los A eles Ra-tme.
Calflorn Saturdy "'violate the
rmt ".te-e, ar pays: President Harlan Hathebr of
'*I~dor',Jtthat. .belongs Miaobl 114a<. iP.wt. Jewm
untbl M iult a' Hannah Balg'irai S.ta te
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ert Bowen, at., ARoald Ir
James Wilson, mlwly Oyti Bob.-
by Boatwright, Ruselj totktr,
Louis 'Lombtna, Ralph Edmafld
son, Stephen Beaudry, DMelCt9
earn, Robert BraMnon, 7g0
Hunter, Leo Dehlbtine Jak.
Bainey, Randy Coclasaure, Jams;
Crane, James Ward, Robert Qo. l
rigat.0orge little. Je, _n *r1% I
Jr.. Wilmn Hamma, i.onarfi-
Brbkman. Jr., Frank SOwart,



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o t'as sd0d 1 meet
-k I rounder in
flh4a8 4 tn Dec. L Turner

*wx w fim 01veom; 5 oBqy myseas
Wt night but Dyxkea red a
ut 1lp1t wek and fl5 forced
to withdraw. i

Oklahoma' s t a haltbaW-
Billy VesWlahys .he plsgt be
tempted atcg "U *e 7*
offer comes loh' a i
New Yattoev4
en to t~.u4, ta
judged the n

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Coach Pho Allen' of' itneAm
university ha oome outw an-
other blast at the NOM N eet-
ball RuIes CotlpWt*.AIlIa .
the recent rulng givtng. Playet
another chance gi taI t
he misses the frst
down .the game. Alen sl.st
the team be Wlvwn the, s 1a and
possession of te ball ,to top .x-
cessive filing. *

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Jockey Tony DDasphito has
made a .hangIe iln I4.pl
because 'nb 'as-t" t e'rw

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rseruan fsa .'* *-,- *' n'r
Hatcher says: If football is orlal Pooba&t B tg*
properly co-ordinated Its values with t etM ou The'v
will be extended, np-r impaired, named; Jo Latnler, the No-
by- intersectional meeting of te D frDk,.at.. te na-
tte tlons a iaroae2 pila. ZAtt-
annah says: "Bowl games n r thrill r t Mat e A-
throw fBothall oat of all proper wsd at a X a phloanquet
emphasl." on an.ISt .
Ironally,. the Michigan State .
president may be in a position Tw uimifreultlea. have elected
next year of seeing h4 Spar OS. e.pt A tltp.com season,
go to a bowl game. Hor ttf l ba
Michigan Sate is eligible for ta, ,wl
B3 10 footbl l Jnext. year. And teamnI.m n 3.Dk
they'll be fvored to wip the ti. Sh g an offmlsive
tie. .eraiet. Usto d ew-i,'.',
This year, the United Presam lne.' . -
board of coaches ranled .the raIts, a fnAer A1.
Spartans number one in the A.fimi. th nlver-
country. And =oaeh jI Ma y oxpeted to re-
says this ranlAg wa-l "all- Rams. Bud
time thrill". Va W'amai5der, has
.Mum .sa.he' d.th e the Air
Spartan club Iw.',daw .i l
records hstbRPiU_tt, f .... .'-- .,
And he's pTovd ot V .b Peoaayr
State a i t aga a
SCorne hllwtt Wo o th ,.rtmsi tt a foot
out of n. galma ed was
isn't fooeelg. s o. p.. swelleu Air
And not jut becae all.
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'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attracts
a following
Of prospects mighty fine!
What's more . he signs
them quickly
On the dotted line!

Vour classified ad will at-
tract a parade of gibd pros.
nects because everyone in
Panama and the Canal
Zone reads P.A Want Ads
regularly. Try them now
... the results will surprise
youn I

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feSenoe *we"t4d their All-
fewens iiKOWMteMht O les are meant
Amerlea tea1@4e N r tSeC.A"sB0 o aeeant
to be talemy. a f ot pret.OM
^ One a imasdistinm ised workers f- this occult field,
TIraetWa e, Identifles Immortals botre the,football sea-
son even bena. Thla is a once a aasure of -the gentleman'
omnlsclenmoand a batterin caricature --uwitting, to be sure,
ot the ratie the fac that Mr. WIlac tms at times
ses pt.. brother seerkis after the 'season Is over
a I age, 1% dit'f 1
dne P can he'little qauestmi that it is absurd to attempt to
t sing1aoi. ,11 plyera (th -tWend now is to rteoghiue the two-
a soen 4 Is he to st and name 22) from the hundreds
wia m rcolege games week matterr week froin
oip 4^M acouutry-o *ie other. No matter how much help
the-orsaol enl it froiq coaches, scouas.and writers the end pro-
dot reMalna no i.ore substantial than an aggregate guess, and
*iw no more authority.
s nay my notbi thab.the varqios AU-Aeriesa teams, and one
.ai.-seed oi&, beE:a thu.other. resolve serious accgptance olly

The n.* t eopolltaz rs nO l e at
eame- easmupbos usat i t. t
a.. d e nder aoi. unmpbrtant, forr
ga etts amre ol m _realism ait e toto euatma ry to
ales. But when they did feature 'em It w&a after t
oded agd to teat extent the teams hld a certain meri
o. o use of mechanical and distribution problems t0
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Dear Sir:
PRESS) I see where the Juan Franco "bite" is now going to be A
) PRESB)per cent.
7 The officials announced something to the effect that the
M r arlie Increae from 17/2 (which was already too high) is necessary U
Increase classic purses and to amortize the proposed track nezw
0 fr. bell Ai Juan DIaz.

Senx wgth tWe trend Colo-
.ade n of ,the Western
eIdgaee k sdlded to keep Don
Outteridge. Guttedge Is a for-
mer major league shortstop.
Jimmy Gleaon also has stuck
as manager of the New York
yankee far. club in Bingham-
ton, New York. Gleason once
played the outfield for Cincin-
nati whWl. picked up a veteran
pitlMjeaterday on waivers.
He's owie Judson, formerly of
the Obleago White Sox. It was
thq first major league player
deal of the winter meeting.
The Philadelphia Phils ave
PP on a left handed pitahes
-They release Jocko Thompson
o ettbht to Baltimore of the In-
terpailonal League. The Phils
alsb added Terry Moore as a
so.ut, The former St Louis Car-
dinal coach will bird-dog for the
Phils in Missouri, Illinois, Kan-
sas and Iowa.

YiEAK, V )..... rVwo
back Ed MoROI, Is -3d
Woodsunh. his recv d,
pay hotnage to the Yale0an4
star, Charley Yaeger. The- w
pound student team i.Manasp
made history by catching Ap*
to score the extra point afltl!
Bulldog's sixth and Anal tfat
down against Harvard. (NA

Atlantic -Pony


?'*W ng Below are tl Posters
1i6the asatoilool. Atlantic Pony Leaaudt
loln the 1953aemo. Tbes

p.m. at the Pony Leage
Coco Solito.

Btway of

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man V.U~f RWI aWMD J. WV
0rvh 0. Wead .;. .
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Margarita 101 W -
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BOWLCERS-Syracus looks f1r
Alabama in Miami'S Orange Bowl
ball for Tulsa against Florida in
chief lopg-distance weapon

.The Aces Increased their league
lead- to six and one-half points
by taking four big points 'from
Caf6 Kresch while the Elks were
moving into a' tie for second
place by taking three and drop-
one to)foe Cristobal Gun
SClub. Gatun electric resumed
thr win r ways by taking a
3- cpuhV fm Lucky SUM,
while the t 8o10 NAVy team
was king a strong bid for the
nft twob in the stand-
Igs b bbla Ie ot Office
for all four s m

'Charles L *,6ih Elks had
the high se t evening
with a 544, A ey n1
the Aces 1 ;with
a 4.8 and n avy
Wa tsp In the dCv Ctla wiith a
S... al
oame of th-in- was
A -IM M- Me .Am-

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ttoabun al ClO..... 27 I1
Bks.. .... .. .. 27. 1
avy .... .. .. .. ..25 23
0AtunIpctrle .. 23
Luaky ike.. ....20
Ca Krewh .. .. .. 19% .4%
Post Office....... 17 31

.Top Ten (18 or more games)
H. Colbert (CGC) .... .. 179
*. Benasen (LS) .. .... 175
R. Robinson (Aces)...... 174
I. Banker (COC) .. .. 174
-P Stewart (Elks) .. .. 173
D. Anderson (Aces). .... 172
D. Good (Aces) .. ...... 171
LBartram (CGC) ...... 170
C. Los (kS) .. .... 169
L. More (COC).. .... .. 19

Highest Series
JR. artram (COGC) ...... 602
D.COood (Aces).. ...... 580
" Anderson (Aces). .. .. 587

-. Highest GaGmse
. .. a. .... 243
. ..........242
R. .... .. ..2329


a busy afternoon. trying to stop Halfback Bobby Marlow, left, of
ew Yeaw's DayQuartrback Ronnie Morris, center, is to handle the
the Jaeksonville Qator Bowl. Halfback Harland Carl is Wisconsin's-
agaelat Sottrn California in the Pasadena Rose Bowl. (NEA)

I : ^ CL, RP Officials

VL To Alltend Freedom

( crusade Doublebill

V High C.Z. and R.P. government
ACES officials Including President Jos6
Robinson. 183 183 157 523 A. Rem6n'Oov. Seybold, Ambas-
Spinny. . 158 176 199 33 sador Wiley and representatives
Anderson. 148 165 188 496 from the Army, Navy and Air
Howard. 161 144 147 453 Force will be on hand 2:00 p.m.
Good. 158 179 154 491 Sunday at the Balboa Stadium
__ or Cne "Crusade for Freedom"
Totals . 808 847 840 2495 softball twinbill between the re-
spective teams of the firemen
CAFE KRESCH and police of the Canal Zone
Johnson .. 120 ... 105 225 and Panama.
Wodfer. . 120 ... 1"4 264
ensen 147 176 170. 493 The Panama "Bomberos" will
Gormley 131 155 108 394 meet the C.Z. firemen in one
Gibson 152 136 ... 288 contest while the "Pollcla Na-.
Rannberg 119 ... 119 clonal' team will tackle the Zone
Cliak. .. 137 147 284 .COps in the other.
Handicap. .)16 101 Ui 327
- Two trophies have been receiv-
Totals . 786 824' 7841 2364 ed and will be presented to the
-.- winning tams. These trophies
ELKS were donated by Agenda Sears.
Lou... . 181 191 172 .544 Ti
Stln . 158 190 168 514 This outstanding sports event
Nelson . 161 222 145 2S will be a yearly feature with the
Stewart. . 177 182 177 538 winning team receiving the tro-
Und, 1 151 151 151 453 phy.
Handicap. 12 12 12 36 .
S-- There will be no charge for ad-
Totals . 838 948 825 2611 mlslion and it is hoped that
--.-.. many Panamanian and Ameri-
r^m ~a sn ports overa-will be prM t.
... .W!S gm 4 ll le -^.rtmptomptl. y
e 1, i 1 M 149 t" :0 p.m. with the Domberos
e4d. 164 1003 157 519 taking the field frt.
ker .. 167 161 191 519
ran . 179 189 167 535
347 Big (C age Scores
Totals ."847 857 810 2523 CjR COr'S
.en.. 181 '16-1 485
nston 148 150 381 M3a1Ni a8, %1t. Southern e6
CWright. 15 165 e166 464 Alabama sI; awd .
tMer.. 150 168 209 527 D 'dmi.VandrbiaU .
fWodcock 17 1270 1 1 428 C 70, Citadel se.
Totals. . 721 745 810 2285 New 8 f dwol 71.
St.j T76Catholle U. 58.
GATUN 3LECTI. 1 t Waynesbrg 66.
Malcolm . 13Q 158 159 447 vl .-.rarddnus 77, Potomac
Irng . 106 113 121 340 State- ,
Sehaidftg 174 -139 164 477
nyder.. 19 146 152 447 MasW State 80, Sewanee 53.
Dougan. . 137 177 178 492 H oanoke 57.
Handicap. 42 43 42 126 DVIA60s Er rine 76.
To -a s 7 -8 Keesler AMB 83, Southeastern
Totals . 738 775 816 2329 L. 6&L
POST OFFICE. Indlsaa95, Valparalso 56.
Grier. . .115 151 165 431 Iowa. butler 5.
R. Brown.. 11" 123 108 347 Xat vir Uniaon (Ky) 73.
Long. . 104 106 134 344 Weseff 8.,8 Cent. Mich. 52.
Wkon . 160 181 1 7 478 I .Ed 85U Adelphl 52.
M. Brown.. 14 164 16534 I= LUtle Creek 70.
aBndloap. 31 38 W, 14 M-) 7, Creighton 70.
-- -- -- .LA m M M-.. College 64.
Total .. 689 743 785- 227 Oa7ta CIl. Of Emporia 49.
--- LoI -(lSMth) 8, Sam Houston
NAVYT St. 8.
Blair. .. 16 144 157 464
Tustin . . 11 ; 189 281 New Britain Teach. 75, Mass. 44.
Cullen.. -.. 167 i 184 53 Bates Gerham Teachers 72.
8tguffer. 'IST 3 77 187 501 St. Mibadls (VT) 92, Paul
litune... 124 19 182 485 SmlW 43.
Blind . 148 ... ... 146
-- ----, Ga. Temh. U, North Ga. 53.
Totals . 727 82 85 2415 OglethAps 8I, GMA 66.

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The move, indubitably, was brought about because betting
at the track has been steadily on the downgrade. And, so lb
follows, quite naturally, the revenue. #
I don't suppose it ever dawned on the dopes who run (that'
what they're going?j the place to get at the source of, their
trouble. They could envision'only one solution: tap the sucker
that still come for more, because they certainly can take It.
And so the track goes down and down. And eventually?
But they still go on, doing what has always been done.
I imagine if anyone suggested improving the races, from A
bettors' standpoint, he would be laughed at. But that Is pre-
cisely what is wrong with the joint.
Nobody gives a hoot for the guy with two bucks.
If a sucker wants to find out how the betting is going, aM
the. tote board ever shows him is 0-0-0, 0-0-0. 4-2-0, 2-0-0k
2-2-0. 0-0-0. etc. What the hell this is for I've never been able
to figure out.
Making three or four turns of real odds (not, zeros) would
undoubtedly stimulate betting, but I don't suppose you could
convince anybody in the Juan Franco heirarchy of that.
The tables and chairs are dirty, the restaurant counteU
makes you sick, the bar stinks, and the toilet (ugh!).
aut all of these the suckers could take If only the handi-
capping were changed. Here is by far the worst blot.
They tell me the handicapper is an honest, competent guy.
but that his hands are tied by an age-old system. If he should
ever do any Juggling to try and make atrtactive betting races,
the owners rant and rave, and so everybody goes back to the old
In 95 per cent of the races the winner (on pre-race figure
ing) looks like a $3.20 horse. And so the only people who sa.
interested in betting are Lou and Len in the hundred dollr
class, or the smarties who hear that Mr. Aguirre or Mr. Brave
will pull this time, or the Indefatigables who bet with a prayer,
close their eyes and reach for the moon.
Why couldn't the handicapper be allowed to Juggle horses
and assign his weights in such a.manner that he would give
every horse a chance to win every time he was on the race-
track? Is that bad for the track? Is that bad for the owners?
What is this fools' system of putting a horse where he -a
no chance at all, simply because he won a race last week?
Sunday, Just for two examples, we had Sixaola and Scotch
Chum, both confirmed distance horses, going four and a halt
furlongs with speed horses. Yet, if the distance for the safe*
claseas had been a mile and five-sixteenths the weights would
have been exactly the same. That's the system. And that's
In one of those races (the Scotch Chum affair) a bettor
could find reason for going to any one of the starters (exclud-
ing Scotch Chum of course) except for the fact that a hqoe
called Rosario was in the race. It could have been the ulit
interesting and biggest betting race of the day but the system
killed it because Rosario had to be allowed another win on the
way up the ladder now that he has finally caught form.
If Rosario had been jumped a class or two, bettors could
have gone against him and mutuels action would have been
stimulated in two races: the one Rosario was in and the one
he was out of. And then, too, If Rosario doesn't turn out aso
hot, the handicapper could drop him right back down again.
Seems eminently fair. and simple enough to me.
But oh, no.
If the handicapper deviates one second from the ritual the
horse owners call a strike and demand his head. They inasst
on that automatic win every so often, even U I is driving tho
betting- mm to his radio and the ball game.
Which makes about as much sense as the track manage-
And I don't want anybody telling me that recent long shots
disprove my charge the handicapping system is the killer. It's
how the money Is spread on the board that tells the handicap-
ping story. Those big prices merely indicate the fine hand of
an Aguirre, or a Bravo, or even a Darlo.
Or else, as the sharpie might say after a surprise: "Some-'
thing must have gone wrong."
Well, 20 per cent or no, the something that has gone way
wrong In my book sla Juan Franco. I don't think they're gonna
take that extra bite out of me. On account of there's very lit-
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Call Truce To

Honor Murray

-Congress of Industrial Organi-
zations chieftains called a truce
today in their fierce tight over
who is to be the new CIO presi-

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"Let p e know the truth and the y is Abraham Lincoln.
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dent while they honored t nhe me- |
mory of their revered leader- Britia Can'lG l t
the late Philip Murray. BI l D ilaer d

was to lead memorial services at Argentina Chile ru is er teric,
2 p.m. for the union chieftain i
mwhon uid te CuOn throughBefore World Court At Lurid Literature Investigation 1
many turbulent labor battles in
his 12 years at the helm. LONDON, Dec. 3 (UP) Co- *
Murray died 20 days ago, open- Ionian Secretary Oliver Lyttel- WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 (UP) Fitzgerald, who reviews liter- The publisher replied that he a
ing the door to a raging battle ton told the House of Commons A Catholic spokesman told ature for conformity to a RO- likes himself tine. He said.the
among the heads of 45 CIO today that Britain's Conserva-|House Investigators today that man Catholic code of decency, book serves a good purpose by
unions as to who should be his live government had been un-imass distribution of lurid liter-,proposed that Congress. tighten "pointing out the danger Of
successor-Walter P. Reutner. able to get Argentina and Chile nature through pocket sized laws against possession and in- prostitution." .
chief of the United Auto Work- to submit the Antarctic dispute books, magazines and comics terstate transportation of por. Fitzgerald represented the Ua-
ers Union, or Allan S. Haywood, between the three countries to has done "incalculable harm" nography. He also suggested a tonal Council of Catholic Men
executive vice-president of the; he International Court. by fostering Juvenile delinquen- voluntary code of decency as before the committee.
CIO. Lyttelton was asked by a cy and sex crimes. a guide for publishers. Rep. Carrol D. Kearns (R-Pa.)
Conservative member of parlia-, But two publishers of books Committee Chairman. E. C. complained that even American
As the issue neared a show- ment, Fitzroy MacLean, how on "sex facts" and similar top- Gathings .(D-Ark.) complained troops in Korea are being sold
down vote at the CIO's 14th an- many points In British colonial:lcs insisted their works would'that advertising for a bopk "obscene" books and magazines
nuil convention here Reuther, territory were occupied by un- benefit any curious juveniles called "Love and Science of Sex by military posts exchAnges. He
the- fiery UAW head, seemed to authorized parties of foreign-1 who happened to order them. Attraction" was adorned with told reporters the distribution1
hold an insurmountable lead ers. I They denied that advertising a picture of a nude couple em- of salacious literature Is "out
over his rival, who directs the There are six Argentine and,for the books was designed to bracing, of control."
CIO's department of organiza- three Chilean posts in the Brn- appeal to "the lovesick, the sen-I "You must have a good ar-
tion. tish sector of Antarctica," Lyt- sa'ional, and the mind tied up tist working for you," he told Fitzgerald gave the commit-
---_----_ telton replied. with glamor." Scheer, president of Eugenics tee a list of 274 pocket-size
-AF E Sets rida_ Asked what steps were being, The Rev. Thomas J. Fitzger- Publishing Co., Inc., and Per- books. 106 magazines and 32
FOEI Serts rriluy taken to get rid of these per- ald of Chicago and publishers sonal Books Inc., of New York. comic publications which were
F R .. tn sons. Lyttelton replied: 'The Martin Scheer and Max ShapiroI "That happens to be a famous listed as "objectionable for
For Reorganization policy of the present govern- were witnesses before a special statue," Scheer retorted, youth" by the National Organi-
I g o 88 ment. like that of the previous House committee which Is in- Observers said the statue was zation for Decent Literature, a
Of Lodge N government, is to try to getvestigating whether pornogra- "The Kiss" by Rodin. group founded by Catholic
the dispute before the Interna-;phy is rampant in current liter- Commenting on a book called bishops in 1937.
A special meeting of the tonal Court of Justice, but so.ature. "A History of Protitution,"
American Federation of Gov- far this government has met| Fitzgerald said reading ma- Gathings told Scheer: Titles on the list Included1
eminent Employes has been with no greater success than trial unfit for the eyes of Ame- "You're doing a real service such. popular novels as Mickey
called by R. M. Lovelady, Na- the last government." 1r-o"--yo uca
tional Vled by R. M. Lovelady, Na-esident of the last government ale rican youth "is available to to mankind, aren't you, in sell- Splllane'sl"I, The Jury," Ersklne
tional Vice President of the Both Argentina and Chilethem at every news stand; and ing that? When yod go to bed' Caldwell's "God's Little Acre"
Federation, to meet at Marga- have refused to submit the case every drug store, in every neigh- at night I'll bet you don't like and Budd Schulberg's "What
rita Clubhouse at 7:30 p.m. on to the International Court, he borhocd in the United States, yourself very well." IMakes Sammy Run.".
Friday, for the purpose of re- said. "__ _ _ _ _
organizing Lodge No. 88 of the -l M------... .
A"dr Cnf, C .I kM;-,.

All- Federal civilian employes
stationed on the Atlantic Side
are invited, but employes of
the Panama Canal Company
and the Canal Zone Govern-
ment have been urged to at-
tend this meeting which Is es-
pecially important to them.
Lovelady will make a brief
report on the recent rent hear-
Ings and give the latest infor-
mation on that issue and other
matters of concern to employes.

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Slated To Get
$1.90-Day Raises
A high administration source
said today the Walte House
decided to override the Wage
Stabilization Boad and ap-
i.rove the full $1.90-a-day pay
raise negotiated by soft coal
He said coal producers will
be granted price increases to
cover the wage boost In what
will "amount to decontrol" of
coal wages ana prices.
A spokesman for Economic
Stabilizer, Roger L. Putnam,
said the decision on the coal
wage controversy "definitely"
will be announced this week,
but refused to indicate what
it might be.
Other sources said Putnam
has been postponing a rulin-
to give the administration time
to work out some formula for
avoiding a coal strike without
openly 'scrapping wage con-

PEAL. Mail your CHRIST- BOSTON (UPi The oldest
SMA DONATION today. "injury" of this football season
Post Office was that reported by George
Box "N" Balboa, Lovett, substitute quarterback at
Canal Zone. Boston College. He was kept out
of a game by poison Ivy.

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1952's b!xy Divorces.

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NBA Staf-f CosMpotdet the fB

A man and ,. maid can bmke
beautiful music together, as long
as they're In harmony. But, oh,
the cruelties they are capable of
when the melody turns sour.
Ini divorce courts, the stories of
these cruelties come to d g4t.
During 1952, perhaps betda Of
the increased tnpeof the s,te,
they were even crueler than us,
nal. Viz and to wit, the diuzy
divorce parade:
Mrs. Charles Bookbah suing
'or annulment in Syracuse, I.Y.,
old the judge that her hAustpad
wouldn't give her household ex-
tense money unless she won It
trom hm -playing blackak.
Then the scoundrel would go and
stack the deck.
Tearfully. Mrs. Alfonso Arenas
told a Los Angeles Judge that she
had had enough. It seems her
husband. a boxer named Apples
Arenas, used her for a sparring
you'd .think old ate would
mellow a man. But It didn't have
hat effect on Albert Lavoy, 97,
of Ithaca, Mich. His wife, Ida.
9I, got her divorce when she told
how AI used to dump anti-freeze
n her. bath water.
There is a very shapely young
burlutque queen named Rose La-
Rtoe, who separated from her
iuoband, Franco Ruacco. for a
ood, resiso. Ruacco didn't ap-
wove of her strip-tqasinf job. po
e 'forced her to eat spaghetti.
'avioll and lasagna to put "some
fat on her."
,And- In .Los Angeles *pretty
rule Lee Gaudin won a divorce
eocause her husband took her
pack to his collee 'fraternity
touse right after the wedding.
fe wanted Ier' to be the house
another. she testffl,
Cruelty lInV-f coftefl&-t men.
Prancis Davis. tOf 'CennersvUlle,
rnd.. had thrye reasons for di-
orcing his wie. !re said she
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Man Around Ike

Adams: Reorganizer and

Gov. Sherman Ndams' appoint-
ment as Assistant to the Presil- 1
dent in the new White House
high Qostmand could be rated 1I
as reward for faithful service, ,
But it is equally likely to have
come because of his talents as Iw
a reorganizer and economizer I
in state government.
in his own state of Kew
Hampshire, Adams set up a
"Hoover Commission" type of
reorganization, reclassified all
state employes, and undertook
surveys of various state agen- n
cies by private engineering

Encountering a huge deficit
when he took Qlflce, the over
nor put New Hampshire on asI
austerity budget,, barred new !
taxes, and got things in bal-
ance. He cleaned up a state
contracts scandal inherited from
a prior Republican administra- I
tion. I
This performance, together
with the great faith General ,
Eisenhower obviously has In him SHERMAN ADAM I :
as an intimate adviser, leads and a good vol
observers to feel Adaims will
enjoy more real power than announced himself a I
the usual presidential assistant. can. The candidate's
The current Assistant to the was not required for-
President, John R. Steelman, is New Hampshire, and
used mostly as a trouble-shooter acted on his own convm
by President Truman. But Eisenhower aoo
Swas a Republican Sid
But in the past, assistants ac.pt the nominatlo, '
like Woodrow Wilson's Colonel eHm hire p rima
House and Frankli D. Roose- iar l engeercd.. 7 .
velt's Harry Hopkins have wield- the first step on
ed tremendous influence in high .. that nomnat
level affairs. Observers see sbqnuent election.
Adams filling such a role."
Adams' service in the Elsen- When .lsenhowe..t
shower cause began early. It was the U. S., he pd
he who was one tof the first hle floor leader Uat
on Ike's pre-nomlnation band- convention. it w",
wagon. In fact, some say he the tall, silver-
gave the bandwagon the push lander'bs -vmed
that got it going. I Me ab
He entered the name of nomination.
Dwfght Eisenhower In the New I shower's cM -
Hampshire primary in Novem-i$1-tee
bet, 1961, before Eisenhower had to i


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but tai ich embraM 0
men alo e dmineatrati-, '*-
br a convNes'tion.tr t | O
A shapely, ri-t sEr
narcotics ad t
that million re -
0 Samuel Cha aSin set RO. ti'
an expensive.pros._le.-.
Economizer paying her ". b
for sexual relations hbla
"t fr ttlag "W tsuite...- ;
cllity for getting peopI to uFormer model Jerrl M n.0I
prk together, his knack of appeared in the trI 1*.1
ztng up -pU1tbh o0f. balding former hua4 of *4 .
Adamsi'-talet In those direc-designer Ceil Chlpbp:t
ons have loi been recogniz- charges thit be p Wca .-
by the. New .~ami ire elec- a-night call girls for f u -
tirte,. I-s. l0t pu ic office, ness friend. -
fact, wan won in the nomin- Miss Maxwel said paman
ly Democratic city of Lincoln, first seduced her In ill' hotel
here- hbe. a elected to the suite more than two y, a
tate Legiature 1940. after touring anelM I
Be had *n nomination of night clubs here. he M
oth, nA4 ttWo years later, paid her "about at oT '-
tn reverted. -to being Just a They weta InSAe a
epublia. et his tact and weeks later., he told thecamt
.S stil'0 r9cog- and Chapman isked tt-Itie #
lxe .h .. ....p.rpes, and, in time if hisg fkld o ud e.
_W, .W n. aimd Speaker of his name to' ca her 1",
b4 I".:f Rampshire. wa Mai l .. r
HeR.it the publican pri- addic too
10 f=r governor by a months after ifft
S l the primary live her h moth
ad_.RHe: was rc- a cretary 'i E
IIu id it was from951 ': -
took an uin- I" left home and I
Uthleave to about March of t
s caMPign testified.
ad 1a that Of els aUpd ca-

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wife. He'd bring her things i
champagne and orchidL.I
they. fn't have eough
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did all the cleanag and shm.- caused a toi l -,
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divre wb hen told the Judge Led&outtt uao rsdl.
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wer, hen he was. A 6ew ocef..
Every wvvoman lovers lowers. wOa WO
of Detroit, delivers t. Mrs,.C b.,- .
Kidd- et her divorce. wheh ,4e ,)ow- 'tIe ut tor said
told how her hunbandjd her he was ay to dts the
ito her mothAs rsebbush. s tak of q Oeesu L a atient
fg. "Your mother can aWe you
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