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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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
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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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
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WASHINGTON. Dec. 4 (UP)-
Chairman Achlbald Cox resign-
ed from the Wage n tabilizatton
Board today in protest against
PresldetT"tuan's approval of
a 1.90 daily wRe Increase for
coal miners, and the whole wage
program came to a standstill.
A formal announcement of
Cox's restnation is expected
from the White House later to-
day. Raesnstion by industry
members of the wage board also
are expected. '
Cox. along with industry and
public members of the board.
had approved a wage increase
of $1.$0 for the United Mine
Workers and said anything
beyond that would be inflatio-
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WASHINGTCIY, Dec. 4 (UP) The panel's principal recom-
- A three-man panel of experts mendations are:
appointed to study a proposed I (Ii "All or part of certain
rent hike en Panama Canal special charges" which the com-
Comgiany bozuing has made a pany has been figuring into Its
aeries bf recommendations to rent scales should be excluded
the company-Wic.h would have from the rent formula hence-
the effect of reluiTng the sche- forth.
luled IncrSe, the United (21 Rents should not be fixed
Press learned- today. on the "least desirable quarters"
:. .- / so that the full cost of operat-
Text of the''report became ing that particular housing is
available, to Utted 'Eress after recovered. Instead the panel et-
it wag mailed Aterday to Gov- commen'led that the recovery
ternt John S. -'bold." costs of operation should be
It dea hot ai e a flat re- distributed equitably over the
commerdlation I 4he amount rent scales for all the company's
that'rents- on the government's housing.
Panama Canal housing should (3> The "vacancy factor"
be raised, if at .all. But It does should be a uniform percentage
make a series 6f recommenda- for all company housing, .in-
ttons on variots factors which stead of-a higher percentage-tor
gb into the computation of less desirable quarters, as- as
rents, now the case.
(4) Interest on the company's
These recommendations, if investment should be charged
adopted, will nave the effect- of eventually but the panel reeat-
sealing down ;.he overall 40 per mended the gradual addition
cent hike deifred by the corn- of this factor to the rent scales.
p rny and of spreading out a It suggested that interest chatg-
Isser increa e over' periodod of es be deterred until July. 1,
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No action will be taken on the proposed rental i*iJ
case on U.S.-rate quarters until after the meetings o
thh Board of Directors of the Canal Company next wefek
,Gvernor Seybold announced today.
... The effective date of the change in rental schedu
was deferred in October until Sunday, Dec. 7. A fu l
postponement of the effective date of the increase -s
giye the Board an opportunity to consider the report
recommendations of the Rent Panel. i
The Rent Panel's lengthy report was not received i
.tbe Governor's Office until this morning. Seybold
iSht he would be unable to study it and make extmni..
Cdinments before his departure tonight for Washington
toatfend the Board meeting.
Meanwhile, it was learned that the Canal Compaq
bdH already mailed out rent notices for the month t
January, at the old rental rates. The notices were daltd
aic. 1, and covered rents from Jan. 1 to Jan. 31, of next
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told how' the grey-haired tced
trio turned his back on- th
world -several years ago and
builed himself in a nondescript
neighborhood in Queens County
on Long Island.
He ate most of his meRs at
a charity organization's kitchehf
and saw little of his family and
friends.
Within an hour after the new'
radio the policereceived phone
calls from 15 relatives who sal
they. knew of Stewart's solate
existence, but at his request ha
MeMt alone.
SPole also heard from an -at
tourney who said Stewart asked
him aIn 1950 to make out awill
leavia* his entire estate to St
Johl'a University in Brooklyj
k eIt.u p a scholarship furd. ;

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Saupounc3d plans to cordin
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t el thetffterent institute
.palrticipate in the. deo
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in Panam.
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tgreed to a woatk
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r by 0noro. Inc., Panama-
tv conM wo were a-
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its on Anen Boulevard hna
ien formally transferred to th -
sousing DivAlon and are now
6dy for occupancy. Two otf-
s on that areet are to be
ansferred later this week.
-Assignments have been made
16 of the quarters, all of these
elng single famrj buildings.
the assignment these were
ade in advaneb of completion
a permit their occupancy as
-In as they -e ready. The
otising Difsion has agreed?
called notices to six employee
at their new quarters on An-
a Boulevard are ready for their

MrThe s-hoae were. acemWd
is week after a final Mnspec-
-Sn bv Canal officials and. r.-
Nsentatlves of the contraCUtiO
The canal wa rerstend
y Col. Crai ftByees, EMngtnr-
and Construetion Direetor.'
aroid R. Fetnuy, Chief of t te
contracts and Inspection Divi-
lion and Russell L. Elots, Chtef
I the Housinl Division. Fren-
sco Morales. Jr.. represented the
tracting. company..
S'The Hosing Diyision today
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be new ,Two spunky youngsters who
wanted to go anywhere in the
t, t world-except to Colombla-are
r the being sent back there today.
or the Tne dark-haired youth were
n June stowaways on the Santa jarga-
"e rita when it arrived here two
-' days ago. Both Miguel arrera
e dates and Humberto Belez, each 13
years old, wanted to remain
Panama.
houses But immigration authorities
ad am thought otherwise. So at noon
Ancon today the orphaned ladio sailed
gle-la- on the Grace Line's Santa Lul-
house a, bound for Colombia.
street Before they left, they told a
Dws the reporter they were suM their
The IIves were in danger i re-
e four- turn, because the gov ent
tyi e there "Is very 1 ad,"
room Miguel, who aIted f' es-
adroom man, wantedhb MUex i r
e flnew sul to be notified to p ilAT
th twoappeal on his behalf,
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"If we don't get what we
sitter a truly moderate Increpse
my organizations will press or
b9stponement until July 1 odr
next year." he stated. s
The head of the General Clvl
Councils, Charles Hamm on. 4,,-).
claimed his first reaction to tLhe
nanel's recommendations was. -
$ha. they. too. felt the need for-'
a thorough investigation ofr a -.
Panama Canal Company's acte-
rites."
Hammond said he beleo --
their intentloe in having the .. *
tnlication of thu interest charte.-
deferred until July I was to g ve'-
suffieient time for a real inve -.-
tigation.
The eivie counsel sekesman
stated that the council a -
contact a poll this ionth to
find out whether the C3i 'l
emplores want to hire a fi t
time, wermanjent legal rep ..,-
entative I n Washington wha
will handle all issues affeetlu g
their welfare. -
A second Doll to deterwmne
low many Zonians Insist h a .'
complete Canal investigation al-
so will be undertaken by the j
civic councils early next mouth
Hammond felt sure the Boa-r:
will follow the panel'i recom--
merdatior "I cin't see how :,
f i they can keen from doing it
JEL JAIL, where they were held now." he added.
are MiaUel Barrera Ilefti and Generally. labor and civic
3-year-.ld Colomblans. leaders as well as the man-on-
the-street agreed that their
chances were good for either
Petting a deferrment. or oUlv 'as
smell rental increase.
As one youna clerk kel
today. "It sure looks hope bu-
the ble question now iY w ether;-
themboard will fellow thos, e--

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He showed Canal Zone police
a scar under his right arm which SEOUL. Korea, Dec. 4 (UP)
he claimed was m de when a Co- The only sia'n of .
lombian guard stabbed him "-for President elect Eisenhew f
no good eason." It is this guard visit to Korea were rIe
in particular that he fears. numbers of soldiers and m --
The stowaway, who claimed he Itarv police I n the streets i -A
and his friend lived by them- "Welcome Ike" hanners sat-
selves in Buenaventura eking out' tered through the city.
a meager existence by 'selling Rigdd see e was maintale.
things' and "running errands."I ed. Eisen.hower's arrival a
was emphatic in his plea not to1 deonarture were subj.eetse -
return to Colombia "a sufrir." I which even speculatif wu as
Both boys liked Panama, and prohibited. '
had hopes of being adopted by a Offlelal' said no news of thwe
family here, but their deporta- visit would be reles.-ed OWa.
t.in order came through too the Sth Armyk speelal rdv -
-quickly for other arrangements teletwee ueumaent mal at- of
to be n~matde. ter Klsmhweo tlaves. aNMI.
Appaskintly. they based their Dfg involved Too
fight t freedom on the success -
anotht1r Colombian comptAero MI. VERNON. 0 (o --
ke was adopted by a PananMta- tlosy dr$*r take before ui
*$an gy and now lives in Co- C7tharles Wander on a traffiv .
i-tionqi "My d"y p was
1. -t be sprfr to me o nder."OttO.mm
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Poo: .NI E.NT 'N 1' == IVa. IZ 2 "00 BY vICTOR DIESEL
TI -UF.COLU.MN. ATLANTIC CITY-Eisenhower,
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READS WN the man Walter Reuther tried
.o desperately to keep irom the

B -,*| ll A ertentiy did more than any
hr| A| MIL | I \ owner person to give Ruther
-irengtn in the rancorous race
o ior tne prestoency oi CIO.
The Mail BSa an open torum toe readers of The Panama Amer- Thie lery Auto Union leader
lean. Letters are received grotefulli and ore handled in a wholly conf gained mo.e irom a CIO Lon-
dential manner., erence ith Eisenhower last
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the raay morning n NeW. York
next day. Letters are publilsed m the order received than from all the intense lob-
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page Itngth Oiing over a hitter weekend in
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. LnlL con\tntion city.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions It's not that Ike controls any
expressed in letters trom readers oloc or votes here. In this labo,'
o uoautAon tne general has no in-
SRTuISTERence. In lact, there is only
IRON YOUR SHIRT, SISTER one n in In the new republican
OR BIG, BAD LADY ONT LIKE ligh command who knows any
Balboa, C.Z. Ci leaders bv tlhnr first names.
alboa, C.Z. nat's Arthur Vandenberg, Jr.
Mail Box But Ike has had this etiect on
the *nine-old-men" (the CIO
Whats wrong witf BHS girls? Have they no principles? ice presidents) who really will
Of course not' It's obvious when you see them petting in cenooe a successor to Philip
public oplacez and smoking without shame. Ilurray despite the isvolt o0 the
It is not rare to see pirls wearing dungarees and obviouslymallunions.
unironed shirts in the halls ol BHS, while in many States' bign The CIO executives now are
schools it is forbidden and looked upon with great contempt. convinced that they will be in
There are certain groups of six or seven seen in the club- sharp conflict with the Presl-
house smoking, using obscene language, and often acting bolster- dent-elect, not because he
ous, making it unbearable and unple: sant ior the regular cus- wants to hurt unionism ("His
tomers. heart's in the right place,"
they said after they left him),
Have the managers of the clubhouses no control over these but because there Is an out-
Canal Zone brats? spoken difference between
I recall a letter in the Mail Box about two months ago en- them and the general on a
titled "Lounge Lizards" v.tnich pertained only to boys. Now 1 very basic Issue,
think it is high time something be done about BHS girls. The CIO chiefs know that
Can't the PTA or the Civic Council do something about President-elect Eisenhower will
these deplorable conditions not tolerate nation-wide strik.is.
These are the stoppages which
Yours for young ladles, still the country's steel mills,
I. C. T. aircraft plants, tank arsenals
-- and ccii fields at a given signal
from one big union executive
BALBOA HS BAND board.
The general told them this
Sir: I j ... during the course of a ninety
I just wish to express a lew words of congratulation to Vic- minute conversation in his
tor Kerr and the band of Balboa Hi-h. I do not have a son Hotel Commodore headquarters.
or a daughter in the band, but I could not have lelt prouder if Ike was friendly, relaxed and
1 did when the band malchud down the ileld on the night of expansive with ihe men who
the football game between Balboa and Lake Worth. weir his most vitriolic critics
during the campaign. But he
Believe me, everyone there was proud of you, Mr. Kerr, for made his position crystal clear.
the wonderful Job you've done with those kids, proud of the No union, no corporation, no
kids, proud of our town and proud of our school. single force, he said should have
Yea-Balboa. the power to shut down the na-
on, it can now be reported for
Pacific Sider. the first time.
.. It all came out of a just by a
S_ CIO official. The union man
smiled and said'that 1Ik and the
,'' .. *CIO really had been on the same
side. After all, hadn't the CIO
done everything to keep Taft
rttte ip from getting the nomination,
S- pE I the visitor added.
p e c 1 Ik.! grinned and quipped back
S ^, that he supposed that's why he
rlle was sitting, there as Preqident-
00)Co e Itt. t a elect h ,' i
But he did have something
to say about Taft-Hartley. iHe
i was opposed to inlustry-wida
i bargaining, the tug of war be-
m' tween one giant union and one
'. ,e .. giant Industry which oan re-
I suit in one giant strike in war
-and In peace. Ani he plan-
I'a-oned to do something about it.
It's a Christma Charity Dance to- That challegend the basic


morrow night at the AILA 6 An-
DEN in Panama. Only 50 cents a
person and best of all it's informal.
Just sport shirts, if you like. Music
by Carlos Boza's Orchestra. It will
be from 8:00 to 2:00. Also, they
are going to have a horn of plenty
and all thev ask is one can or pack-
Infp of food to help fill the horn.


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.traiegy ox sucn powerful CIO
unions as the Steel and Auto
'workers. Real friendly like. the
'CIO politely said he had then
better get set for "chaos" in
such industries, for that is ex-
actly what owuld result from a
ban on industry-wide bargain-
ing.
After Dave MacDonald told of
steel, Reute.,r talked of auto,
and Jack Potofsky spoke of the
man's clothing industry, and the
general said he'd look into the
matter soon.
The CIO vice-presidents left
Eisenhower and. rushed here for
the endless series of parleys in
which Jack Potofsky attempted
to bring peace to CIO or make
Allan Naywood yield to Walter
Reuther in the presidential
fight.
Friday night they held one of
those secret sessions. There it
became apparent that one of
1L the me lA ronn 1 hil tZurra


would never permit a floor fight
at a CIO convention was that
It would disclose for the first
time the membership figures of
the organization.
A roll call vote based on
membership due wuold reveal
that CIO had slightly under
4,,00,000 members. The AFL.
after 70 years, haa over 9,500.-
000. It is apparent that official
disclosure of CIO Membership
would immediately be used by
the AFL as an argument for
greater representation inside
the government and inside
labor's joint national and In-
ternational organitatloals.
Under Presidents Roosevelt
and Truman, CIO had always
been given equal status. This is
as it should be, since CIO is as
active as the AFL, say the CIO
leaders.
So at the closed meeting Fri-t
day night, both the Allan Hay-
wood and the Walter Reuthert
forces stipulated that each 010
union would be allocated aboutI
what it claimed officially. This
came to 5,614,687 members.
The figure was decided on
after Dave MacDonald, speaking
for the steel union-looking di-
rectly at Reuther-said that un-
der no circumstances would his
people tolerate Reuther f or
president of 010CIO.
The answer then crme fromI
the CIO sailors' chief. Joe Cur-'
ran. For 45 minutes he assailed
the Haywood camp. saying in
effect, that a Yodnger man wasI
needed for the strenuous fight
to ward off the Eisenhower Ad.
ministration and build the 010.
That swung greatly strength to
Reuther. since Dig Joe Iq re-
Iected and well liked by all In
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Alger Hiss

By BOB RUARK

NEW YORK. The action on the Hiss cse, time you shut anybody up he isn't very happy
which was the recent denial of parole after until he gets out.
serving one-third of his fifv-yeear term for per- It occurs to me that prison, al@s, is a valuable
jury amounting to treason, fetdhes up a long- apprenticeship for the re-workers of the world,
dormant treatise on crimi and punishment that, Prom Stalin. to Trotsky to .Hitler they all did
has bothered me for years. I think 1 got it: time, during which period they mulled over their
clear now. .j -theories and put them Into books.
If I were the state cold -.. ve ignait. .1 presume His is writing a book orxi'how he
rant. I could forgive, a nnern I could was wronged. There is ain.le time for it. where
even forgive a murderer e dd It In &urry, he ,is, at Lewisburg, which is t a th Jug
If any-or all behaved ses in and ana sometimes is called "Tlh Cun t.
if there were evidence the MWt S Wcom-: The- odd intellect that send if
mitted in heat, I would et 10oose after a 'all for crimes against their., tat q
minimum. number of ye theirr pontence, to shrivel or swerve d
and hope for rehab tlo-. seems o flower; in the ..:,a
But I seq np tn ir venes, of an emerges In full. function..,
intellectUam performed by a nian.of su- This sort of Ugging does not even
perior intellect of mate years, and 1n full, harm the juggee calll. I entice th
cold possession of his reasoning faculties.. Whe- Rubinstein, anotlht Iuteluec laj.bad. boy, was no
their It be Implied treason or planned mnurGe, less socially acceptable when "ke. was finally
there is no charity in', my thinking, foe i sprung from Lewisburg, and wan Mappy shin-
who goes and does It as I.- b @Of StjBr ng all over town. L
exercise of his rea&pm c -": 11 Alger His will emerge one o these ua ,
The ltllectzuat l c meaatt6 tni his rap whes grayer, more distinguished-looking, uianudcflpt
they hang It onh' amount of p hand. He wa.l be more bitter against te
headedness by thet. -A *.,e Watn ,wSam ,ha swore .he did not attempt to .iray. .
was a -.sguided kid who "M was doing when he done It. '....-l Inm to be a rtyr. He wilM.
Therefore, he Is presumed to be without sal* be ripe far t Ousades, hardened' and forged.
vage value, because no amount of formal pun- In :l".of exi. -".'.. ,'%
Ishment asy dedicated by prison can swerve an This wheI would tealVy ViAtchHiss. eape-
Intellect. Rehabilitation is Impossible for a mD. dally II. ..t.-o try. Is hi.'tniy w .ot t.rmol-.
whose brain is far superior: to his warden and' There will a .huge hue to unl .rm
to his fellow convicts, Preyfus, an. the public is susceptible W'-g
and cries. .' "..
You are, therefore, punishing this man; you And in the meantime I. would-. ezct .ery
are not attempting to reform him. You are ex- penny of every pound of his pt ntpl tt-
ercising the Mosaic law and not the modern, while even showing clemency to an as-mqt ,r /
restrictive healing theory of penology. You are or. ., .-
shutting, him away from life and making his The crime of treason, even Implied treason by
own life uncomfortable merely-to exact retribu- perjury, supersedes them all, in my book.p An I
tion, nonforgivable by amnesty or commutation.
It is not a terrible retribution, such as -the And meanwhile, whatever became of Judith
death penalty for swiping atom secrets, but any Copl? .


MAN ABOUT TOWN topping the stacks of the Norwegian Lie h.ift,
Wanda end rix and rooene ~die Fisher are. aw the Mortn Street 664ks.. .Ie' giait.s
elopemental eases! He jifed bere telaee Harry's mdgets. -
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cnt get 10 percent of i- The lgonnaires planning .to icwke
get tweedy-hair: "The Artde iaws World of Don Camillo"t lne'WW lumnU
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"Ihe Arty Sbaws.ate if..'.Th So *.Bnjethlnw that can be tolerated" a
Commish has turned ees a e w m ended to this: It -rossed morth
lng at mobster i ks o sl 1e t .' the Wind" In ltlyT, he VYamn
Lilker offieibe...Th on to it. The theme deals
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the Al Warrantonnse IVIat . tWn l...Life's Winthrop Srgeant
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' HOLLYWOOD-'NEA. Be- laugh kings as Bsuter Keaton.
I hind the Screen Hpllywoo 's Harold Lloyd and Harry Lang-
tug-of-war ov.?' Imogene Coca don.
and Sid Caesar for a co-star- %n',, I popped the question
I ring, big-screen movie in 1953 at Irozen-faced Buster between
noa has John Wayne and his show' at Las Vegas' Hotel
co-produce: Bob Fellows claim- Sahara where he's starring in
Ing they '11 soon nave the TV one of his famous pantomime
stars' names on a contract witn actz.
their Independent company.
"As far as both sides are con- "Radio," scowled Buster. "Ra-
cerned, it's a deal." Wayne de- dio ruined the screen's slapstick
flared. "But there are still final comedy."
details to be settled." Here's how" Buster explain, it:
I Wayne ha; called it a day "Llo.yd Landon and I were;
with hLu home studio. Republic. visual comics. The prop and'
and will do six picture. at wardrobe departments were more
Warner. after h e completes his imp rtant to us than writers
current "Trouble Alone theThen radio developed a new
SWaun But he has shelved his crOL of comedians. The radio
ambitions to direct and will comics brought their iolk.-s to:
stick to acting and producing. the screen and that wns the end
of visual comedy."
S June All,'son goes sexv for the
first tine in MGMs "Ren-,ain, to Red Skelton and Bob Hope.
Be Seen'" and is .aying that it lis Buster could be great visual
remains to be seen whether .slapstick comedians, but they'ree
rnovie-goers will .stand for the not 'vi*uaf thinkers. They think
witch from the wholesome-girl in t.'rms of spoken gags. And
type no" hi. groaned "they're ever,
*"'I lust don't know" she wall- brinrin e adio lokes to a ne'-,
ed. "Let's face it-I'm not visual medium-television. It's
Marilyn Monroe. I hoe people riawiculius."
like it. You never knoiv I can I
always sav I tried" kJune ran a Ann Sheridan's near the in-
hand through '.-i close- dropped king-the-contract stage with
hair and how led. Producer Albert Zugsmith for!
They gave me a bovish hair- "Female of th.o Species." to be!
-cut to make me sexy Instead of filmed on the island fo Maiorca
the tIrl next door, I'm no'. the .. Nick Hiltons still in a snin
hoy ,next door" lover s-ir let Sheila Connnll',.
,.ho loaks more like Elizabeth
Arch Oboler's ads for h14 Ta\lur than Liz herself.
three-dimension "B,'ana Detil *
are screaming Oh. no! A furniture company
"A lion in your lap and a in Hollywood is advertising
,lover in your arms"' "Cinerama sofias."
If things get dull I ,rresurne." @
ur hands willbe frleeto pass Herb Stein, who collects Holly-
hour han.s wl ood gags nominates this as the
2the popcorn. as the
gr.'atest ine of all time:
NOTHING DOING-YET
OTHNG hen Groucho Marx resigned
Take it from Marilyn Monroe from the Friars Club. he wrote
she and Joe DiMae.lo are not; the club secretary: "I refuse to
inches awav from the altar I,'belong to any club that would
tha' sleep. caressing voair. accept me as one of Its mem-
Mlrilvn spikes the rumor with, "ers
"I don't have any nlans to getl
married. Sometimes things can't L
happen overnight, no matter LAW MEN STUMPED
.hw wonderful it would be. But
I don't believe marriage would BRISTOL. Pa. UP-The sher-
hurt mv career." Iff's office here was thrown Into
And also take it from Marilyn. mild confusion when it received
she and Jane Russell haven't divorce papers to be served on
feuded for even nuecond as the one of the town's citizens. The
cn-'-~" of "Gentlemen Prefer papers came from Mexico and
PI'- r" were written partly In English.
.. '-s Dleasantlv surprised." partly In SpPnish. No one could
st. reported.."to findthat Jane be.found to translate the Span-
Is a wonderful person. She
doesn't look down at me and act
stand-offish like some women."
Harold Lloyd's old studio n
west Los Angeles is being razed. 1O IU s
A bitt Mormon temple -'111 rise
on the site .. Jack Palanre N T A
hapDil,., married. is boillne ovr Im U
a printed report ti-tit he's rem-
ancing Mary Sinclair on the
Texas location site of "Arrow-
head." It's another profile boy
in the company who's Mary's
big moment. "The Blue An-
gel," the old Marlene Dietrich :
hit. as a vehic'.' for Hildegarde L20$WJ estroeM_
Neff? Word's out that Darrvl
Zanuck has purchased the rights Senslibf rates Indude r.
to remake the film classic after
years of effort and a pile of MUY rooms with Television
legal obstacles... The fabulous
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..li.e...- Write lcekelhTee AtmemSus ei 2 bedrooms, refrigeraton. Rock- (Co ntd torney also conferred with De-Into and will Ip? 1c4
S For- -AL --Weit-ng -hu.re ger- Impornte U cd re2 &Tubes at B, 20s' Aseen C. Z gas rangers, Balboa 2-3050. .. "00--F DS AND F 1ONS fense Secretr Robert A. Lovet very thoroughly buft a ;0l

S 2 1,cle. ecel en cond.tich. ". 3 A E -Plymouthrce. late 1949 Dna wENDEHAKE Medical Clinic. 6-441 GC;mb0-. 4.t567 Pedro Mu e USE rr h o an t :--ecre o e f State
Soh k Capeto 9' 2 lather upholstering radio, ne EuD XMAS SALtreetNo .- All Betwee n gu Santa Clara. Dance usc b :00-Short StorY Tho a aie rA John M. Ain onat e l
c \cle o n -horn.c 'r fe ,'a e. to ble TOP A u t- R7 ow N on pric9 ,reTel. k0Phlippin e C asino A ces. N o reserve tons ne 6AT S a e? :00 .- T heom a ste a aln d waes- dpa r tl s4 1 9 m ell ~ o e t ll m a. i



wiIh rug cu-hor Houie 0 ;9-C ,e perfect condition. Duty poed. *K and -J" street. Phone 2- p* R IN (VOAl returned froin ans x aers .
glmboo C ,Pho. M,. Paddock. Crsaobl 3 a79n P d mhoanym PHILLIPS Ocessary. Saturday and ges. The u nday .VI 8:30-MuslC oU the Gay 90' tour o'te Orit .
--,--FOR- i,4,J *l "--- only court in Sant- Clra th an ysIou (BB IM KR'.lller W Ny:- U .p Com m entry ImaHnT I M r "ans.
Pod o $3dnl ,-r 2-FOor SALE an. 1950 N dosh h ons bed c EW. T b. RLUM. 61,4h o oGromicho- Sant a Clara beach. 1FYO RWAR-L ARIN) T:0-BL eRIOa N SORS l n lein t nomh e as M
Sadio. Phone Coco Solo 381. e lu tA portion. Call P on- ttarbecue ithuf ic ice boxes, ga TO GET RID OF 9. MREVIEWs in South t t for
FO R SALE GAPex co in 3 F,,e A ve. Tel. 2-2 46h.'o .h stove, m oderate roles. Telephone 7:43--+PE T R O N I .O PR ESE NT S -- th .e o se r ed n1P



: 'n.iure. p.cture.. iomps. po.--elcn _.^ ^_---------r & Mrs. Capiron o. ^our orders. Box No. 435 Balboo. ___ 270 Central Ave Tel 3-0140 9:30--The Music o Don The Dtiles-Ache50on meUn N0-1t
uen,,ls. Opton to apa 'me. No FOR SALE-1951 Ol dsmobuth. late H-1949 D, WENDEHAKE Medc io in Hotel Roberts Furnished hou es On Beach at Santa M,- Voo ,Re o appeared to be Ut if.
ohL- k F Norge 9' x rig to leather uholste Pyments. Cradio ,ne Teudiante Street No 140. Between 189 or sel. Caretaker here. MODERN FURNITURE nad e rkting fr h S Itate
v..T m ru g c u o. o u,.e-C tire s. p e rfe c t co n d itio n D u t y p a id "K a n d J stre e t. P h o n e 2 ----o u o- e O U rciSt. '





O o a led'^ 0 413 a OR Se ALE One .95. Che vro l,. F RoS A L E 1 K R E N T v. . .lO -R O 2= 0- --l en O Nest ^ spe ia e* to h
S nboo C Pho- Bel Air .ih Powe r Glide. T. T M isetobal3l3n479. no l .. OeuphKilery fo:5- m ets.lre t onr aphs. They a ed j --
FOR SALE -5,x o r dinin g chDais. 15 CC Only court in Santa Clara with an H at & MLIEST LI-K illerRNT. Be utsl cbEo of rhday ,Do's 5 tour mble o rient.






tbbokcase, wordrobe, stone. P M 50y 3bdomhe. Cor*ispltl f -- :""t 1-- "" *tw f 'icSe.i!^ -?&4 ^~ .
perfect condition. Resonb L EXCURSIONS and spe- OcePM n view from all cottages. Steps contn WAR FAR eaIN900-The American WS all uBookshelf Aln ato heItebl
prced. No 16. ETud.ae sret, FOR SALE -- 11 Bu ck Club Coupe .jo S el trips. The best and m stn; Jam o beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration. Call 3- as he d reortera rta
C h ild 's d ei +k j 5 ,0 "r-d io o v e rV EYr ioe Da n d t o u blelp o is C ( V O A )I n



upsa Can beeen 3 00 to 7 00 good c .ndra. tion Phone Pln luor You Belnporton Call Pan- barbecue and 0shuflde board. Pan- {A r9. notatem nt a ,ertig that t.



Tel F -OSR.Ponoo 3-I89 .Romry Cooney: Blues -n ,he ----in eCh inesSa m 2a26. A FclbI C alon ployeso thesots. 1i rei gn BI -
SFOR SALE T-1- HP 60 cvcle wash- FOR SA*LE -Oldsmobile 88 Holiday Night,: Botch-a-me: Half as Mluch rf.^ KfE.N us.pori Meiei. : A J-h % varieties vice woul b checiked CeartUaly J S..., *
,ng mach.ne motor. Phone 8.- Coupe so". Radio and Hydra.- ohnny Rav: Lose Me;- Walkin M' Shippingf, moving. "storage. R:30-Muslcal Reveille for their-dedlcation to the fo-r Kih ~ vl
520 ot2c. Block Top. Green Body. 1BabB Hom M Ap rgari ta:-1673. NAfrica (BBC)-------
n u--- ---dre. pnur-,, e rNoM r&.Mr Ps.ntipr12 i-t Fro r a, Lame: Sugarbush; High Box No. 4 .5 alboa. 29 Central Ave Tel 3-0140 5- omrhe an YerTt mus. i ce. -AT a dF r




FOeb5ALEO phtonoaartmen. oeFOR SALE -1951Olds mob iedan h ppF V&ughn M Tiorin HoteldRoert.urLhehusOBachatMNS anythang.....onppeared1to beoIt* se f M
2 2. + ,iv o l A v e n u e A p t 4 G la s t f lo r d r a m a t i c 4 d o o r r a d i o d u t y p a i d 1V.oao r h K ae. ( VOa tA )PT he:oWnt s ou la h o ne r .o f ura n el B a l b oa 5 2 PDan, l lwtho sokeowe a









Pha TRic durifo dmti an B= at o YC lara. PhoneShrdapnme l, Balboa0:05-Of thwem uscord
FOR ,arLE- S F, Nore refrigerator like noe -Easy payments. Con ri 7aT ravel Agents 1.89, or see Caretaker thered.NJ10 : lb 0t---M -n ilIrh e lood work(nCs ontd) ff the .




5 C I n lt o aWe ..orted h ou.ehold fur- Panama Canal, J Street. Tel. 2- .ment"lRoT URondMhds 1386. 2 A Tk00- New -a th a p i- t ofS
Call oilbo,oo o,- FO R SALE W'K RENT '1 U SO -OM II- 0 TeO lsNeta pca





dOR*r a or s To FO SALE.- One 1951 Chevrol e, 2 Soor Hear ,2:--n p Ort soCo .H IR O P B A C T O R S of*.*t t .T'l
:0 -. a.t Be l Air wit 5 rrh Power Glide. T. Td e M iseellun e ,D .P s.n, i o: o a hs e0
OR SALE --Le o,,rg I _, h u1-. L17- 0awdnd k d w as p ri s ;;
OR s etbureaus.bedd old ng Grey. 13,000 miles. Con be fibnh.' RPE "TcorrowTSTFISTdFORRhNTd.Bedro m a urt ma y P eo,





t$45l 00 D b. o 00. w r Bre phono Se1 Fonke A mDa s call Balboa 1322. A fted nr. H ouS 545 C oT O Fzl FO r v RuN.--B e r co fortablello s al around L u Sh A" 1 l5 r F id a y ter c.5 an b. 4- ?5 S
p e rfec t co n d ito n. Re, a so n a b ly S . . . ..4 0,1H IT S '3 b e d ro o m h o u se C o m fp let e ly +fu r- A uto R 11 1aw.Mc l m b W a r o u n d ecl wa s ad~l~ lll~ l l i






0 pe fe t c d on. Readda s tore yt S LE. -, 5950 _u e,,. e LH4 Te |. RPM 1 244. n shed. A t Federico B yd and 50Sth Tel 3-4 82A .1 ice .o S
priced. Car, be6seenL300ato .FOR -SALE -- 41 Buick Club Coupe FJo Staffor; l" l rly Autum n; L mbo- .Streeto. Price B300.00. Call a -B utD.. .e. 'sl / "n".











d **rat 0dro', ws te aadair PorOn70n00AlarmClooas-4eFOR RENT r .AVE1UN AND FRIENDS1 25..Bfh n et1o wascO.ta r
uptanir7o Co-t good co ,dition, $275. Phoone Po n-. H ou 3,o. You Belonr 0 2:- -og to Me 4825... ,6;:00-- nl On e a l'
E dTe ble2-08 onrm 1 0 .Ohr- a a 3-845.ooa optl R a .Te eea src H ay Duy M -R o y' E R : at ,F x :b T e i e h w.thate e taktt t a
table 1 -' H6om iorcl -C h e -- 94 Ofor $20 00. Simmon- d coBu ch $65.-n_ t88rotm J t Itte.$r .b: -eSA 3:30-MU8l anscy For Ero o theM S.eday in Sif-"
F O R S A L E N i gh-t : B 6 0_ l c F O R A L E d9 4 l B 8 u e Sh -0- m e : H a l f as M u c h r-K L K EeIJ I da e, ch-, e t-





W arieb c trom E ? 0 .d nt. EPhone 87co-dit on. Hdu e esgnnycRay- L, 53.0; al i r. McN yvriceg rato kbehecheckredm 4 5 Gr
i-o: 15--Mornn Varieties ,






CASH OR CREDIT No 760-C B oaby St..$ Balbo. RCA tab.e rd 15 00. Call 2- groomsg telephone. Moed couple i Fr, m ril "to, & :30--Mulcal Reveille for t_ helr d r. ion to :te o
Household Exchange, i AUomob.e cR SALE or 2 gentlemen of good hbs or a Analydir. 5:15-ENGL O-tanraate or move 9:0-rNewsactinwh








Bh m Saturday 8 3 raom 6 00 $1,c 5 ab00P dr- 2______ r __erfet, pupes3o nths C oldpo O6 cmce, 3 floor. HARNETTe on DUr two.wht' men. rain vold n C30 BLU RuBB.N sPRT wo nle t im e N c orkuti yfs th bit~tanS.f ?~t
j7(O R SALE Eash wurn i n ur. C one f2mb le Nla p e stol FOR RENT00. a b e nC KI LS O N M E 1. Z PenieC o ntiary 6 -528 .ording to il-
t" able.n 6 Choirs r B xeln con- 0mr Noo 9:ed bayci.Poe96 oo lgs na el i5 h t muac tedns wr 8 oG- eQU Saond Go -Ite w Ut Th n~ RU dxtX ^ ^ a
ue-- -n e r -. Le FOR SALE: uE-s 1942d bALHAM d reA APArrd o mINTS anything. 'Phone 2-24r51, 9:30--A s 1See It,-
Packo 04 s a~e e a trd. S22d00.,715oe3 agn yTretd erIoad 5:3---W)thipping &ri
io a thn 6-24 t ,n Su s. F;;.lapid rleo an vigve *dlr-l dGroom furnishedand 2-25. 2, Pan'.0:00--.News.ag..
bO SL t- Cn rnhowerp. :3 b is u e.Rd iodrcoated, e o ob 4O RmENo:P o TriPoph Ir o 65 h Wennt th father ihd t a. i 11 rtments:Privsateotri-i











fotre cuch on d M h.- 6;Spr .Bo 2.- ^000 Mulb r be rse.en110 t hob e Fpp r- SA LE CPa no Upr.h grand,-- tarly loated Bella- V0s" Ind52 7S O igo,30 n oh :00P-The BBC' NBantan wer am.n- teA Cr tol -. 55 pas ngersan MHMan K
m c h ne ',nomr -O3Rd6etri, gero 1otoro Phone Ted. durindAy, atS. ol-n fo Your Weddin yg.ce 't" nt h o ne L ione". 2 Tn cc e 1:0 L 0 s N ewrAs 'th hin oeb
n n o This 1 o i r opl ru-- b oa o7-3 d64 and evenin s a t D a- Let Frzzell. Fre er, and closed gardnSrbtob l 2001 Tmlen s.Q8h 1ltet, a '.. -B e.w Brnoo ...e I. P .i..
n t. W e c ho ptfer vou second, b.o 2-3171 Others! e38. Now Cra etosle tal Tel ep on Colon:.;^_]lt...







ha n rsAEfr-e o0 Th, ,s another LoR U SA.e- Che vroa let 2 Dor 0 Hear iEng A id. In perfect c ondtone. FOR RENT:-Apartment, private n-O :IN5 f Il UP er ecom d B oua od AirL i.on cord t t ahewi








had refiets Ward 10 C l 8 7 o r d 1 402 FOR ALE m r ice N o. 5 4 St 3-4|27 recezed cthesrF oRad e In 8| 5 U CCo mmerol e 2o ri v U i n 1386 2:t obl
i the act,_ M cita Civilra4 P doodOnSSe: -W Establlsh6d Vng To y ld 'irl whopl 100-r. .VOmr
OR S.A .Eh. o t e ,L- bed 14 urduso nk Oda a dbue se v ear h m Coilo No 10.Bellerista.trance to married ouphle only.P n l- O I d.M.Q ueeln ther yaiM ed.
church Tele ophon ,e La Ma T Rd 9 8 HdOnPICAwth RdL o 10 el Vit .Telephone 3-370 .-7 ,Pdna mna. IPalne T Gr eduavepi l1:0b- -Lunche on M USIC TJ .O n e .4 1:1 ;








*A"ICADoHOURS 12:30--s Popular MusicSOTHA (U P-TON.nhRac.D-le.om4' .....1
o hurch-e001e8 on Fo 1P M FOR S LE 1947 Dodg e rSeda nF SALE: '-- Brand new 73 key FOR RENT: Well ventilated two a 12 end (VOAmn i o Br cedhaya-it:00--ews(UP) r wa-T eH. 7 t hliner
FOR SALE b- Holl o i l_ ng R adio. Heoater and 3 ne w lires, bench. P .Perfect Xma sG ,i at-r child SeAr E -a p tart les, eo-g 1bell In Kon, rF% rdo v one, !0-3.A d 45- ue ana &t r oPara deh r uen Wa s ,e M Otwin P r- .-
$45 00 Doubl e $6- 00. Sofa Bed3 .phone Sot dFrank, Amador 4210. Tsra nst 4 Thrt ners 650 rc2. Tell o'c1 by hf ire BB0--Tto d ayldn th e rll

















I or stud ennt.hH o 5.45N.o rozal 1usblbc kse to be a e e n5 .2na e rl 0-TheOndAbner
F R S LE -B-urnh.g r e b d -b i l W n ef lCr Vim s f t. al P yn. D4th 6 61 6 Q urSKt.n No.f32.dTel.o.3ound 'ri l ac#he Ls b r. ~ and M re
o1,3000. CiGuarnteled PhR.SE 1O Su E per De u HO s plil Road,. Tel.2-12441. s8 2 8 .f r r of l, his..En s Exlanaio t0"l .2l-TrOl.d C.isholmh'is* nB
Gas Stov.es 15c.030 and $65 00 FRSL.- 90S~rD ue_ 0815 ...1-,9[1Sy[~& I ]D) re + a tA hxou*do~ll.o. l~ m ,


















tabl.; 2cANTED, for 1 b. ..,,orcean, pinned undern^ th motore^c. s s VOA-Voice ofi Arners ^MB^ 1 a ff l. CTrw2 o id
Brand new 4 piece Rattan Living- Ca alana Ponti at. r e- FO R SALE:-- ri b, Pres a b- o-3 H 2:stat-Ar ts M eo di etaoI t ei Mar









room Sui teo' 3 St drand $295 00 d o w/s tires, heater and aircot P. mot oatreS tCo r0. bpesso e. 3-4eved At nd b2:4e--Attefteope.dies .......Co B.o......
Cta dd o n ou a5ery d o n d ho n H os Re l H P .n m o to r. $ 4 0 .0 0 1 2 H P : F O R r Eos-0 0 -A l S t ,arbC o n c e r t H a ll .. .
Ratta ondM()any oftFee n 4 ooa Hi~a od e General Electric Heavy Duty Mo-' "-
End Tables ,omo ayrmc3 r ome"LEARN W R ,Itz Foxr- 3:tb- -The LhttloClhow 'E- bd .'









tab~les o n 0 Offeiredor $20n00.ocatedonsncouhm$65.. trot.iJitterbugth30plvcele Forusridom now
" 00. Ch.n.3 Clo~el; 1,a $29. 00C, FOR SALE :- 1 I946 Buick Super S 00 2.Rose Fibre rug s, $7.50,each. FOR RENT.- -Largle -furns e, r asi. om~, qll LILJ.. i iI I . -
PO T N OrEr."" r S. 00 .amoin clamps,l$3.00r pair. balcony. remrirator, t










C A SHer o OR.IT N h onS RCA table radio $Ie 00. Call w-itgroom. telephone. Married couple Free Trial Lesson 4:30--What' Your Favorite
oruseho d ou C Ranget 4t o mok b iol bn t o e or 2agentlemenoan l of good hablnts or' "Analysis o5:Io--ENGLIH .ONR t --fl
o ne r Gh e F O R SA L E -- 1 9 5 6 O ld s m o b ile 7 6 '.s tu d e n t N o 1 2 FR dr S Alto-W lPr e B r l a n
R oudewnA.e .o.-9 1,OpnT E lld ayFOStrALE : -o Pu re B re d Da lm a t ia nest(A tiden cirsvteer )ae e l ., -
R T el 8 3 O 0y 4 d o o r A b l y a n d m o t o r p e r f e c t. p hpi e s 3 m o n t h s o Oa .i l; f ro m or HA. .w












SaNtEDT u ubar o e.IUP-Pupsofmlpa ieas. onh ld C On e tmole, HARNET & DUNNlr e WhaIto ge
7'r t u Ho useo lr 10 H P or $Ire. .0 ci- Nlls ai-2 I . one fem ale 36d-A N ew C risto FO R R EN T '-- To at r l oM o.rl n in dp nor m earlierl. -
FOR SALE. oshl ur u+.F RSALE--1942 Oldsmobile Sedan.' bal. pon -oup.drlfrns e ro om c, h p -" 5:30--News C.'A
Houseai rNnue301ri.eodaos Cphnon t e l 18. pofrihed!rmaP fastle wee .
ro.o N wot er o2 2 0 0--.3
Y o u t E D : -Ose b e d ron d o l v i g art mnd e a r c h o m i o _rc b y G o v.A -. P s ea n d se rv ic e ro o m P riv v te d oa t Ynd












furnasD .d C all A brook 4260 tra nockera t isp an-e p ec ed to la k et th
dlinnroom. washing mo chne, re- .el mother. Phone 6-2.13 - 104X PDarkngeallow ue y d frv.in o nd i.onsSa
frigerator. deep freeze. ve'netianFOR SALE- 1950 Studebaker Apt. C. Ja dmin Ave. Gomboa. Pha r epor le N Showa g;-G,0--P eSA PA Io N 7 mr o t'Ubd bd-
blirvd-. l awn mow,- me re,, ae batteries dCoup@. Radio -de ,cooth e d, ood FOR hENT :-aL c, N orhge coo a ,earn d NWn6:e1 i--Low e c! hom. tlf H ou se o. t t0 8.U- r
Ort-Ser 2.000 rubber, a crifice, $ 150. Phone FOR SAowsStan onhl Uright arnd tarl l loca ted. Bella ta .In- Thend dat os e ,isent e.













mountains for MomG Srace SALE:a- PianowUpingChtrandash salidweated.nerllalge
miles Phone Panama 2- 326. C. Balboa 1471. Victa.tIndaj 7:Ne-Tar BBCcBandstand.Wnd vbydren
Refrigerator Coldspot 60 cycles. Pendent entrance, one or two en
H.cJhnen. D u ring A cc id e n t -o:he moLai r ng e "I W ORTSsehtat wh rve 8 .ea od eYorkNrrs-ath n
44. boReadydt b ih unedi hte delivery PC. vine roorwset, nSmmonm ewsPUS. .Cer 8 en._















i-- ---- erhese ntepae n d Stqsebed.foCall3-0. REVIE tfrom afernondrnthe way. ns t
. FOR SALE :---60 c rie Easy washing Louis, ChevroletNi. l Air, $2,072: M grl'sb icycle.Play Pen, stroller, FOR RENT.-Large bedrooKINGSTON MINES,,Ill. (UP)- -Ci t
roachi ne= Spndrer. excellent con-, So ee o Paerade&, REnmW. .tantNeernoonColon i legtheer ella tanWt. he Pan a a
..-TO R SA bbE --Houser ho ld fur 4i t h e npl un d Q ua brters d20 13-B, Blind buinnhep oyes s, M achi n tery for b ut pnuland ct e off here .-
ud~t on r. o G.a E -r dio7nor P honAL hevrol-5 nc e tR 4 dEr4 ersf ifR SoLE -- st ls hd d V e etahlo w no r mof til
V it-I anpf"eO evrundu u ter -This nggood-will.binjured father after a higpwaRyJI BBC) 'Co.sRn oprlude p, and.Mr.R. th,
i nghcuse refrigerator House 1481 ... .....etc. Must sacri leaowing to ohe ll inaccdent.hN h10:00 A-Cavalcade f Am erlea 'R-,-.nc!r p m d thi r sWn.
CnBalouae Telr doo oue1 onr adLEi 48o c Spr o ,teets el -4905 or write t O A E:- ooccl oe 15 1 C ny igton w s(VOg n 103 Adv) t r s f P O. ftnd Mrsl SO'l ',Mer d n'Pl e S'
,Blba Te -1,,. d,'rdo /, tires completely PERSIANAS, P. 0. Box 2142, Pon- FRSL:Mtryls n 92 Cny igo wsrdn n1t0A vn u e fP 96eRp
FOR"- SA -LE Chcop. "3;. upholis- undErcouted, new point lob. 47,000 Omo. Triumph Thunderbird.' 650 r c../h m c efih e ather, i ,BBCii"; T .e eompwi. vase nlker 10-a1. 4.















tered couch and cwh..n roufe F ORo SAE on intos3, nd moter and1t moswls
c obor. C ec al,. 4 20 ,c,ated. 0775-A, W ,Ihlarr, con Place, o -n t win atm $5 00nts i. One 1 m B IOnfi l nlln a o .~ h r/ 1:0 T e O lsnet+,-t -.U A .Con Z1 m I ae o c n c ., 2 ..'+ M .rb gnt e ape F R S L :- elh ,g o -at rd lowgmnh.ld n of~~ etP 6 o o c ce c s/ 10 ~ m -8 f i +B I :A k d .Mb .C t
..1OR SALE- -4 -ah...gor-, bed B lb a. o n da u- 'l Chrit m ndeas ndift. rq 'tee ,eft. 2500 miles. $3011. -dey-iwitb a a .-.. --.I -- i_
co p e e. N g t o l rig zn bridle. W o' drf hitm s gf CallJ'Payne. Duty 86-6106 Quart-]" M ngton sufferteo a co~m poun ad ... e] e 0 ; se : 1 e lld.: 11W t
tal.2coro l 5.PreanO R S L uuo 18-1 e.8-12 rs 86-2238. if.fracture of his e and w a s Explanation o ',n.Bakem : Mr. d ,s W M.













Fai-ota leeld n:Tucdn, Chriost-e Mr. es
kitchenhsink e.Ie FOR S ALE:pinned under theTmotorcycle. I VOA--Voice of -. 6k -Crawlr :
tale W rdob; No '7 eaIst te-Cib/ad b C we.Both Cindy and he r Mother; BBC;-British oldd ll-. e nl- c*its M .
i'- 4al \adob. o 2,+3rdi Plow al ,-,mattress. Wicker. bassinette P W.0 A Seng 10
street Telephone 3-4976received cuts 'mind bruises In Corp Il i t aet. P r m.ol
i:'. stee Tlehoe -476FOR 'SALE: -- Country-horne 'La With wheels. Telephone ocao"-1539. HELEN.--Don't be angry! You were the accident. RDF--Radio'dif- | Or PI
siuae rnteTas. Pnm.Fght. Our most eniovable even S806-.
.. ,+lhm on ,,h oy 12 mil s foare+ spenti~t the Club "El Oosls," M rs .' ,lit1
or. Position Offered +-,lo--located in a small 1,1hwil fl ve OnFhd yTha+,t's orbfr s Woinll.+ :+ ..
~~adjacent river and small wai -Se o th e Pl ack.or [PL
POSITION OFFERED. tamhp fall Fruit Ie sand ipo mnla ve On r on"ee'ouat;.gh. Jck
typist experienced ot handling fry-homn+. Swimming ater.e J rX S"1 .11B
C:iom mercial d,cl OIIO r, al ..: ci ls1si nt in both dry and wet in teo Zson A b u '
."clerk, stenographer. AppIl, ,n writ-- tll)oe877o ~~e, on O ~m ~ SNOW "B--..
ing for intev,ie- Manager Box Box 630. Colon. 0'I1 9w .... .. FS T" h
i 2007/. Balboa,. Canal Zone o.s"I*
'or acrCcount ant to work withbig Mltay CvlinIn effect for Canalr iployes on i* 1 To- W
concern o. G eve .exper ,.,e, Arefr h ridays earch o+hrist-o, r
antes and enclose phorogrmph In aa a d New Tf lar's, holidays, Fr e nl di ze n ig t s .
'WANTED h4ad... o r~ adD~ll treacherous winter driving 'l
Fo MISS heC-47 1the Midwest today..-

monan agsyetray i nThe laepolicy ofleave O adth k were sik -and Iut w ek. L:'A ,;--,< ...
1ulk e df'sperotp'LT needMonay nght ith 12 etodopIdndianar amrp


IhadI. n flown to the ArtnaTOUBR= b 4
from Olf M 'ield at Om C um=LL, N.C. (uP) -- BRIBBANM, A W8.
Web., early Koa IW O. Ilp. ko s bees an the -0-amt a mhire Mou l
"-" -_l h ome -h.' whW A jurist.
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/- iUambltal NEW YORK, Dec. 4 t(UP,-erested in theCommunity PloW-
"" Gambler Joe Adonis, ruddy-faced After Adonis pleaded he was er Show on Dec. 8 a:00 pm
Mrs. Pauline Marh,n vice-pres, Dec. 4 (UP A and nattil dressed in a light tan returned to the prison in Tren- 10:110 p.m. at the Balboa CA.
et- M. Edwin Pennim sent Thorn- sut, ple d innocent in federal ton.
te a.rd. of Governors will be dm4t o Republic told hospital attend- the Senate Crime Comm itee. 11arly charged wFta contempt, al- YOUR SILVER
.imu* nrheaAl to I m a drug store floor trial tobegi, Decs o o Icheduled togo n trial In NEEDS THE GENTLE
elatTr e- s pol tial parties based d he fell backwards federal court on Dec 15
'1 ...ominc Platt. on true Americantm." hehrose from a seat, injur- Adonis, whose real name is Jo- -R O_
I.... I-, -"Mo:ndayo .n... -' .1h The group said farewell to White, addresing banquet g back. seph Doto, now is serving a two-
S'aott Mrs. Harry Copare who is mov- S Replon of the Amertdan Iron h S
ana pa. il from New York.ng tomorrow to Cool. Steel Institute's regional
R.qise!ptelt Donw and La .ra We. tae Copare has been transferred to founnlcal meeting, said "Let f I ;a
MLDorow. They rented Mrs. Compare a linen ti- sedative, honest, economical
b_ --Ighe agat t hA r bi cloth as a token of their government w o r k together
... .- State. apprecation for her work in whether they come from the Life insurance 0 Fire Insurance .*
the Clrb. South or the North. the East orrh e0
1 Pa .eOthe" ar t r ar Mrs. arl He w htet "nse who believe in the Car nd Liability Insurance f "
e entertained with a party ,ames W. Yarbrough, a guest, also.group together," White said. *
Satthe ot Davi Officers and the following members a "Then the chips will be down [
oto 1noro their son and daugh- u KeithBfrku rsa Leo and we will really ow exact-
the tr on their birthday anniver- H. Lee, Mrs. rd G Mrs. ly where we stand." 1
sthmn It'tle Chse saris. Dei Humphrey was six F Crowell, M Thomas P T. industrialists a sd during JULIO A. SALAS fd er ct
Na ld Janmes H yea. old and Marsha Ly n n Coddell, Mrs. Coone Polls, Mrs. the last 20 years conservative -
fy, Jr, Io r u.- 2h foUr. Franklin Altian, rs. E Democrats and Republicans 00LON Telephone 537
vn %a theme was ued arey, Mrs. N o Mrs. have joined forces "over and LON-Telphon e 537
ilod the taditiona red a n Aaly Mrs. ase yerg-on rain to defeat meIgilation
-'bMdy rbsasts. A d y M r. e wos CoG oIt s clear mto me thtmt he o-A A
pel" tr. O T.trumer the honorees. Gormney, Ms.b Wllnam Edgar, setoran d congressmen are
P*or" th e w Tyedyoung gues were. Mrs. Repub i casn to-"seiv h e said. Iit D B
ato tc a nNyo m n MsF Me nethea i henn W SH IPM ENtT FASTLCH
New .rio ." youSewem gue n weM. Frank Melch, Mrs. is also clear that voters aIree I
I P and Brooks HpU, taksn."
At h he tm^ of Sat Smith, Jule Pat WIse, 2 Uiai|n fh aw Steel men from throughout has G
flvt&heCllub. T Crt ivU the South came here today for
.il r.e0d officer a.n Valeri and Poe Calis., R y i IA the Institute's meeting. They
iW e MsTJB.ntead, Bruc "lnylm', Jefd- 3v t heard enPak peers present tech- Yiourn hrou
Mbrs r l n. 1:die Haceia. n Fredde. Ah A i.th Bisndustry during the afternoon ScOE'S
rh al t Q r t gsde le, iBcire Mreep, DebhI session.
trli f cias,'arm e tewHuh-a iFtnan, Jac me W ae, Edwald
CruowellM&Fhn ,ol t0 We- ap~edal session of the Cristo- Atlantic Side's
hm %anI odad ndMarsha L-n nd toa Cpt Mlockn .C.M Brs ket Fund Drive
lJr r.fo urhemoer a a..d..Rd LrEbl~i cs beaches 9o.18 GET YOURS FOR ne 53

K ed kl-Chrita. Mrs.tahemes bowman. w am urn d. L0.Nocal oMrs. The annual Christmas basket" or f
S at Isssras t% S Elo a ~n e AnotBher meeting will be no-$201.18 at the end of the first i
(re, Terotlionmooweve at he Tro- Week of the campaign. ,ce 1
* 4kisi., nzd.'1r044 Woik- Club will hold its regular dance ,io0. Club in an effort to bring The goal this yesr $1.s00 and COmplete Stock of Sizes' d .
alteras ;',. N~ na:-s. to the ballroom .of .the Hotel all],non-U.S.-citlzen women of it is antiipatd tht dinner ta-
an Me : r into December .. Atlantic side community n bless of 750 famies will br the C a
-jtk Will be a *sabirt te e the meeting will be the establish- from more forteate belghbors -
Sd It will start at 8:0 p.s In of a Woman's Auxiliary un- on Christmas Day. The list of C
aMrn a a. Tate wtth -music by the Royal Sul fyer the banner of. the CIO and donors so far includes: t
o't : tan.. .oal 900. CrIstobal-Colon Rotary Club
Mr. and rs. D. Tate re- . Claris Arthur will preside $100, Dr. Harry Eno $50, 8ibert
adAd Ithel duue N.; wC 0. hve belub over the meeting, Miss Eneida Lod e, Gatun 3t.1, Evenins
rmrp to atntm where Elects Offlwerr Hsmlett and M rs. Anacla M'- Circle, Cristobal- Uta hurch JUAN PALOMERAS
the lH-aU.. "-,.Jte. DM4"Hrth*Biieald4, INite are altted to deliver In- $30, Combined Tharksg o yH| s
e the Jui tructive lectures on the value of Service Ottering, For ur shopping
--lt.Mw lper of ': ,.3. l CT;'^e Wnib W ility an. the notentialltes of a Benevolent and Protect ve Order COLON
e t tthe C Bu ing, solidbond between males and fe- of Elks, Critobl $25, Thanks enience e will remai
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All United Nations. Except Reds,


OK India's Koe. :: Peace Plan
LIN ITLE.. ri'." LN I- 4 "'t bir, with 9 abste 'ions. .ones. The commission would
,UP, -,- L t" i" vte on the Indian help repatriate all tho!% willing
Ge t ral A -.c!ioi,' .h i tlvHt: .'.,n. Arh.n delega te Erne to go home.
e ao A . , .... dG p that the tUni- Any prisoners not repatriated
'n" i ,.d at would "exert every ef- four months after an armistice
li ,. i i' ,.ILC out loyaliv a i d would become wards of the U.N.
Li -.-r, Pr, 'C.. ,, le P the provlsic-is of I. elf. which would be responsi-
L -. on.' Die for resettling them in peace-
di ope that th Reds iuil live.
NOa I.,'. I 111. j .1' t. i" .id .c,,i the new UN .iofer, Indian delegate V. K. Krishna
..i... ,.. .. G'o- ,id Menon made an l1th-hour at-
Pea.,r,1 I 'M ,' ,,-." 1 'l I1 "CD .. 1itJ tIie feeling of de.s- tcrmpt yesterday to overcome at
th, L. I ..11 [ .r npid by Vishin-: p D' Iraist some of the Communists'
Pil" .. I .i '. .' 't, i 1ei 1',,, toir ejection of th '. pro- objections by writing in one
ba i, .. h .:.. .i. Hii the p 1 v.c believe that .,. na- more amendment-hiS third re-
O l'f1 ,IU I1 1 ,, I .' d : 0, I ic '"n, llo n g w it'is t tr. I i '- ViSiO n.
as ;pp.pap 1 resic-tiblc moral forced ol '.,Ild Reacting to Vishinsky charges
-.,'p0pli'l that his plan says nothing about
Th a. L1 l ':'. T pi.opli of the ULS Ahou n immediate cease-fire, he add-
thie p1i'icipli thali' lrer iilust i .,v' plavEd so great a pirt in ed a phrase under which the of-
be iao fcol. ,i' l)pta i.ith,.-i oi t l.r. Korerni struggle. are united fer would be sent to the Reds
\ .11- pt.',..:L. ,iiu i h b v'itn the other peoples of the in Korea "so that at immediate
mai lded a 1'-iiiic ','I.LL ', v o1ld in a prayer thit the cease-fire would result and be
the Unitd St.-ite.i and its Iii- C'oinmmunists will accept tll- pro-.effected."
ing allies iI Kia psai which we are making to' Thle Assembly adopted the
S'vit io. -i,.n iinizt.,i An- them today" amendment by a vote of 53 to 0
drei Y ''Vihijrk i .e rr iniit a'.- Tlhe repeated Vishinsk. rejec-with the Soviet bloc merely ab-
nouncd t.-ir. i:inoian plii an:it tion left only a wisp of hope staining, although Vishiiisky
insisted ihat thye U N adc.nt his here that the Indian plan could had said the change made no
owni formula Laiiine ,i'r an in'- lead to a quick truce. real difference. His vote against
mectate cei:.-.isi' %iith a Red- But delegates nurtured t h e the whole Indian plan proved it.
packra .:,..l'nmiiii 'on' later tL de- iaint notion that the Cninesel Yesterday's. important decision
cide how to rcp.triate all war o'r.d North Korean Comm,..nists marked the probable end of Ko-
prn .ci lighting in Korea might be'rean debate during the current
But tn. ,\A r.mbly again '-- n.ore inclined to end the con-, session of the Assembly.
ject Li riu.-" 1ia`I apD),0o,. lii.M.[17i filet than their Kremlin cronies, HE HASN'r LEAR1NE
amounts to forcible a m r n d- The Indian proposal now have Tentative plans no% are to ad- juggler who is performing
ments to India s plan. The vote .-en voted Into the record as journ the Assembly a week from the art of Juggling while
in most cases was 45 to 5 The official U. N. policy and willl Saturday and reconvene it Feb. hasn't learned to fall ui
-- -- ,cvern U. N. negotiations in any 10, by which time U.S. President- for protect
resumption of the Panmunion elect Elsenhower will have had
truce 'alks. time to get settled at his White
French In Hanoi Th, Indian plan calls for:House desk and re-assess Kore-
handing over prisoners of botni an policy.in the light of what- N ew c c
Pleased By Repulse ,desto a five-nation n-utral ever answer the Reds send tol
ii commission In demllta r: e d theU. N's new offer. '

Of Vielminh Horde r. AI -- iScheduled


Af icionados Tour Panama


S HANOI, Indochina, Dec. 4| .. -
S 'lUFi The French high corn- N -
S nald said here today that it was :At I ntin s
ext:einmhl satisfied with the iE-
sul. of three repulsed Vietminh
. ,. att.,cki on besieged Nasan for- -
tre:.- in the last 10 days.
While the French losses v.ere' Members of the Canal Zone
i 400 casualties. the Communist- Art League and personal friends,
leo Vietminh nave lost over 1500l of the artist gatl.hered in theI
killed. whom they abandoned in Balboa Room of Hotel El Pana-|
the Nasan defense perimeter. ima yesterday to launch the sec-
A conservative estimate of ond annual showing of -Paint-
their total loses from French Ines By Julle".
planes and a tillers during the Over 100 watercolors uiinted
10-day period is above 5000 dead., durItn the last twelve months
Nasan fortress is the last drew "ohs" and "ahs" from afi-
French bastion in the Thai coun icionados. and even from rival
try between the Vietminh and artists, lur Julie Halloran Mal-
rich Laos and the Hanoi delta. ione.
Gen. Raoul Salan. commanderI Beautifully hung and now
in chief of French Union troops: on exhibit to th general public
in Indochina. and Gen. Gonzalez, exii co mment awith cl
de Linares French commander'
iL ..neTsi Fren.h dcmded and brush serve as a rapid tour
in the Tonkin area. decided tol isthmus of Panama
resist ..he .Vietminhby, of the Isthmus of -' inama.
resist the Vietminh push by Julie's imaginative eve finds
building French defenses Ln thecolor and beauty evreywher.
Nasan fortress. Her fingers have a rare talent
For the past 12 days an air-! ". .
..... ..1 d i for transmitting what shi seed
lift has been continuously oper- onto paper. The result a par
E ted over the 17 miles from 1Ha-ae r beaches
r.ui to the fortress, which has the d rooftops that ive the be-
. ..ti-a . . ..a! a n d r o o f to p s th a t g iv e th e b e -
onlh airstrip available in that holder a fresh view of his world.
mountainous region The exhibit will remain open
An estimated 20,000 Vietminh at El Panama until Dec. 14.
troops surround Nasan. under In a business-like manner
the command of Gen omap.
the command of Gen Gap. Each picture is nmnbererd and
Their last attempt to storm |p:.iced. All are matted, and al-
the fortress Monday through most hiulf ai. framed and ready
Tuesday night with 17,000 men ifor hanging
resulted in overwhelming defpea Thus the tourist in search or
The Vietminh attackers lost over ..something typical of Panama"
550 dead In the Nasan defense has to look no further, Isth-
perimeter, not counting casual- mians shopping for Christmas
ties from French air attacks. Imav find a happy answer. Many
The Vietminh forces abandor- of yesterday's sales were made
en ir.ore than 150 automatic to people buvine for their-own
yveapons brought on coolies use. Just "to hang in our living
backs all the way from the Chi-' room."
nese border. I Julle's paintings re Indeed
The French lost 16 dead and easy to liv.? with.
58 wounded. Several of her rainy-after-
An attempt to take the fortress noon seascapes and street scenes
by 7000 Vietminh on the preced- have a particular appeal. Two
invr night to seize two Fran"c.i paintings of the Black Christ
outposts dominating the airstro i festival are unusual
Filed after a 14-hour fight Fipures oD'vy a secondary role
The airlift from Hanoi ha- in Julie'.s compositions. but there
never ceased to operate., even is one of honey bears, another
When the Nasan airstrip was !of a deer. and three depict the
Ynder scattered mortar fire for equines at Juan Franco. One is
24 hours. .tled "Pla',grooiirl for Pelicans."
'The French high command ki A half dozen closeups of flow-
convinced, however, that Giii
11 oress his efforts to captu-,
IXsan.
'The fall of the French fortr- II I = IA I
Would open the road to thn rice- \ II
gmgioing Hanoi delta Laos ar- i
the whole Thai eountrvy. wln.,
pto-French inhabitants are wk j- S T A R T S
.0 guerrilla arrar" hehir d l ',,..
S Vetminh line' S A T U R D A Y
The capture oi a-rn ,1'-l I" -
als, mean a brtitr blow oz
wrench ore.'tige iI Aqta .EVER-E ,: -BEF:O


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By Julie'
o3-
ers reveal another aspect of the
artist's talent.
"George Green Falls" and the
green hills of "Jungle Patterns"
are found in a vailety of moods
Water colors are priced from
$8 to $25. with two oil paintings
of Central Avenu.? and a side
street tagged at $15 and $25

Churchill Reveals

British Cutback

In Defense Orders
LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP)-Prime
Minister Winston Churchill an-
nounced in the House of Com-
mons today that Britain would
have lo cut back her defense
production program for 1953
The cut will Involve cancella-
tIon mand reduction of military
orders already placed.


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D TO PALL UP, YET-Tay-Ru, Viennesse
s with a circus troop in Paris, has mastered
e doing a precarious hand-stand, but he
upward, yet. The safety net above him is
tion of high-wire aerialists.


Dol Buildings

For Paraiso


Plans for the construction of al a' contract for the construction
two-story elementary school o the new buildings and altera-
building, a one-story kindergar- tiuns to be done to the existing
tei. and extensive alterations to structure.
th- existing school building at --
Faraiso for use as a junior "high
school were announced yester-
a--v at Balboa Heights. C
Both of the new buildings will o A A n iri
he fire-proof masonry structlurcs in
and will be Jolned to the existing
school by covered passageways
It is planned to do the work by Reds In 28th Week
contract and bids are presently
bellig advertised. The bids will NEW YORK, Dec. 4 (UP)-
be opened at IP o'clock in. the The defense rested today in the
morning of January 20 In tld iof- conspiracy trial of 13 second-
lice of the Engineering and Con- string Communist party leaders
s:ruetion Director at Balboa and bne of them, Elizabeth
Heights. Gurley Flynn, promptly was jail-
ed for contempt of court.


Full details concerning he de-
velopment of the school area
may be obtained from the Con-
tract and Inspection Division.
The larger of the two build-
ings, a two-story elementary
Fehool, will face the Paraiso
Gymnasium. It will provide six
classrooris on each floor- and a
teachers' room on the second
floor. All classrooms will have
double exposure with entrances
from the porches or covered pas-
.ageways, :I


Churchill said the cutback The new kindergarten .will be1
would particularly affect air- a one story building with larire
craft production, and that out- sliding doors to the outside. It
put of current-model military '.ill be divided into two parts to
planes would be reduced while provide for separate ,laBeBs.
the nation concentrated on the Both buildings will have as-
introduction of newer and more halt tile floors and composition
advanced models. roofs. Awning-type alurtinuft
windows s will be used throughout.
The Conserviatfvc government ~bnsiderable alterations are
still has not overcome Britain's planned for the existing elemen-
financial problems, Churchill ttrv school building.
said. adding that commitments The paved basement area will
Britlan had undertaken under be extended to provide spcee for
the North Atlantic Treaty Or- music. household arts. shops. II-
ganization had been entered in- brary. clinic and school princi-
to with a clear understanding real's rooms. Some minor altera-
that the-commtments were de- tons will also be done on the
penden; .on these problems be- main floor of the school bufldinx
ing overcome, which will be used for the unior
hlah school classrooms.. ,
Churchill spid Britain's de- The work to be done in 'devel-
fense budget for this vear crying the school area will include
amounted to $4.093.600,000 in- a considerable amount of grad-r
clouding $1.680,000.000 in defense irng. The site preparation will be
production. Included as a part of the.gener-


LAST DAY.


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"A .TOUR


This is the 28th week of the
trial. It took a record-breakipg
11 months to try 11'first-stri..ng
Reds- convicted of the sa me
charge conspiracy to tef
and advocate violent overthrew
of the U. 8. government. "
As'soon as the defense rested,
U 8. Judge Edward J. Dimoal
ordered a deputy U. S. marshI
to take custody of Miss Flynni
61, and she was Jailed to beglnz
a 20-day jail term imposed onf
her earlier for .contempt of
court. She had refused to ans-
wer questions.
Each of the defendants faces
a possible five-year prison term
if convicted.
The prosecution rested its raise
seven weelia ago. A date will be
set later for summations before
the case m e to the jury.
Dimock ordered Miss Flynn's
contempt sentence to begin im-
mediately' over the protests of
defense attorneys. They said
they needed her help in the de-
fense sqrmmation.
Mia.FLym, a member of the
Commtnnist party's na tonal
dont as acted as her,
own attoey during the trial.
The soS witness for the de-
fense, s rwas on the stand for
32 days..


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A total of M21.10 was col-
lected yesterday during. the
Health Day parade xpon4ored
by the Panamanian Ant!-Tuber.
ctlosos Organirs.tion (OPAT) hi
cooperation with civic organni
nations, public schools and. au-
tonomous government institu-
tions.
This sum was In. addIltin to'
the money collected from the
sale of tickets on the raffle-
of a "healthy home" in llna--,
ture, made by technieJan s of
the Urbanization and RehabIla-.
tation Bank. The bank will com.
plete Its report on the raffle
at the end of the week.
The OPAT stands to receive
more monetary help from an
unexpected source. Puerto Rican
soldiers stationed at the Motor
Pool in Corozal have organized
a canvass among civilian and
military personnel in the area
to raise funds for OPAT's drive.
A committee comprised of
Col. R. B. Berry. chief of trans-
pprtatlon, Lt. Carlos Martines..
and Sgts. Jesus Mulero and Da-
viad Morales Lasanta has been
appointed, to take' charge of
the drive at the Motor Pool.
WORMS PAY WELL I


WEST SULLIVAN, Me. (UP) -
A lucrative industry hereabout is
terribelldae-digglng. Those who
dig these worms sometirmes make
as much as $10 a day. The worms
are shipped to New Yorkn and
sold to salt water falhernen in.
that area.


The fellow who wants 48 hour'
pay for 40 hours' work would yell
his head off if the butcher charged
$4.80 for a $4 roost. 0*NI


BALBOA
FRIDAY
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'The Governor of the I.aa I
Zone and Mrs. nn B. Seybold
governor's Residence recently
In honor of the. iting .. Con-
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SCharles B. Brownson and
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.... The Vesper ..Circle of the9
-Am OGmboa Union Church will en-
S5tattes mad certain with a Christmas party
S1M' for its members and friends on
lAN= i #0 Wednesday, December. 0, at
:30 p.m. instead of this week
60V-A is customary.
The party will be held at the'
SA t Church with Mrs. Go : don
Wa Brandon and Mrs. Robert Dun-
r.3. h! DB ;R can in charge of arrangements.
the- oI Carnlval Dance Classes Tonight
SCaptain Luis Tovar will con-
M U -" ,.- ,- tinue his classes In the taMbo-
e-. '-. _.. rito and other carnlvaldanced
^.mee -.,. this evening-at 7.:30; n. at the
JSire 3.oard tr.-..,, USO-JWP Armed Forces Ser-
ti E.-.ordloE't.?- evice Center In Balboa.
.a4. 1 .^'.Tuesday v Military personnel and their
.. C,We here tamnilies an the public are cor-
SSgah Avenue. a invited
The Board discussed plans Weldon llery Johnson
for the coming year. To Marry New Yoork Git
I.o l,b DIne M-Meetn. oMr. and Mrs. John Jackson, .
Tiue Club Dinner-Meeting of Syracuse, New York, have
T elboa. Lions Clubwi announced the engagement. of
ThO thelorega.uln d n s C 'b their daughter,,ol ynl a n.
meeting this evening at r.to Robert Morris Johnuon. son
m a the Hotel Tv i n of Mr a"nd Mrs..Welton. Zery
P.. at the Hotel toll. J ohnson, of Laai Oumbres.
the Oiftm k."ok' e ,Mis Jackson- is a graduate of
Meeting Of Rebekah Club Central High School, Syracuse,
Re ah C i l where she was a member bf
Imne Rebekah Club will holdd*er June of H l-
Its regular meeting on Friday, PhIlomathean Society, and the
at7:0eGaeneral Hospit of Syracuse.
at ':80 p.m. in the Wir Mee Scooo Ra 'ology. SBhe is how
oral. Mrs. Vera Bolik has mp- Sh oye at the By r a cu is
vlted all members to att i M empl D lthl Syracuse
and to bring a guest. Plans fTr Memor al Hospital.
the Christmas Party to be held 'Mr. Johnsbn Is a graduate of
Dec. 16 will be discussed. the Canal -Zone Junior College,
.. .tion af U n of the Class of 1950, and re-
Following te meetg a ceivea Bachelor of Science
clal hour of games and re r- Degre from the Syracuse Uni-
mentA will be held. i eraty In June of 1952. He al-
4. d..rien-' ndf p. "1 attended the University of
eoMeetingedTonihtle*te summe
S. Emblem Club w rdto b dwrlng the summer of
S n d I now employed by
Balboa rmbiem Clubo No. e ti In Veneuela.
will, be held this e e'nng. at marriage feis takI
7:80 at the home of Mrs. Bolek, Tl e marae i.... on the
quarters W on Curundu p "-u-/

OA. ockt Party Frida 'Lght The Candle
There wl be a cocktl
ty ,ofdrokedWb thea'h.iAir Dance To Be Held
F o r c e C h a p t e r o f t h e R es e r v e "y --, -- - . !
Officers Association of the Uni- Ak rip-oba i 'Y'
ted States,. to, be held In the At TOa -Y
Driftwood Lounge of the A Al-
brook Officer Club oi Friday. An annual "Light The candle'
SAll reserve oftf-cera, regardlebMs ance will be held at the Cristo-
of 3Selic' active o Inactive, cal YMCA-USO on Saturday.
and theirfriends and guest There will be no admission
are invited. charge to this dance, but each
_. .. .. .person attending will be asked
.Drinks and. qrl t. j taonttribute voluntarily to a
W4e- r6 toed 1roU w ,TO B .C pflrtmas basket, or a portion
m. and dancing will besb vl t4ereof, for the needy families on
B .i^II.' 1SF^ the Atlantic Side. -
....' .-" .-- '... : The goal for the evening. Ul
,%tt GUdl be 20 and when reached .a
'~ettnf 2T mwroew ant-sized Christmas candle.jj ilu
Thi regular nt t e Td. Music will Ie played
so ^^ -S tI? ?S60th Army Band. -
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Steam At Baseball Meet .K. Straight Seeks To Clean Up BoxiuSng
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PROENIX, Dec. 4 (UP)-A lot of persons A Massachusetts lawmaker "All I'm doing is sending back LewIs 73, 15D Tee "
connected with major league baseball have reason professional boxing has the ayl money ," a dS flverman. "'s the Carll (Wl) 6Wf ta
ma of a slaughterhouse. first ime e Garden ever was Superior State u.1ks *
to be a little miffed today at Casey Stengel, the New And Reis t native Mich sold out for a fight. Ever know MLneo1in (o.) C5, tha te
York Yankee manager. McCarthy ates he will me to give back any money (Ohio) L. &A. t--.
PHOENIX,. Dec. 4 (UP) A that it be outawed in his at Well, that's all I'e bee doing Wy e hi 86,,wsrnw, (AS,
Case% decided to get a few players don't hate the Cleveland full week of negotiations be- unless AA cleaned up. and it's too much to handle." 73. .. rts 'dtd'
things off his chest last night at players. They hate you, Mr. tween Browns and Tigers was McCarthy has introduced t Collins recently kayoed former St. Mary's (Min.) 85, Watb5r
bhan et in Phoenix. Arizona, Greenberg.e" climaxed today with a straight blls aim a a clean-up. Featherweight Champion Willie I7.tbrr
at the annual meeting of the Stengel then turned his direc- three for three trade between first would wipe out the stale Pep. His bout with Balas was to *Augustana (Ill.) 67, Cornell ((a.) I.St
baseball bigwigs. lion to Jackle Robinson. the the teams with no cash involv- boxing commisalon and set up a have been fought early in No- 63. theBlt r
ankee officials tried to get Brooklyn Dodger second base- ed. state athletic commission in ts member but was twice postponed Upper Iowa 55, Pen (a.) 4. and
Stengel to "speak off the ree- man who has accused the Yan- The Browns announced they place, because Salas had a cold. Taylor 77, Franklin X4 lead In iIm eeot
ord," but "Ole Case" said: "No. kee organization of being anti- had agreed to trade outfielder If that line of action falls, Elsewhere In boxing, el Flan- Anderson S, Tri-State 56. Ls. tknRtt
The time has come to speak my Negro."We're not going to play a Bob Nieman, catcher J. W. For- Carthy hints he will ressjr aan has been mashed with Camp Breckenridge 7T, Qakland Aag rtdor1 N bt ,h
piece." sap at second base" shouted ter and second baseman Owen approval of the second bill-t Rhie Anderson instead of City M.
Spring that speech. Stengel Stengel, "just because somebody Friend for Detroit pitcher Vir- abolish pro fights in Massach Chuck Davey for a Christmas The n
lashed out at just about every- says we should play him there. gil Trucks, centerfielder Johnny setta. fund bout at Cleveland..Davey Manehester 76, Wooster I0. o Io0o,e d. W,-
one in the American League. and They make our team on ability Groth and pitcher Hal White. "A housecleaning," says l vetoed the bout, sain his man- Phillips Oers 99, TT of
a few in the National. alone." The deal was the first biB Carthy, "is necessary. If the bog- ager had accepted I without g2 ,e"-n"-
a Case chided Hank Greenber. President Clark Griffith of the trade of the winter baseba ing commission is incompet, Rt consulting him. Ohio Northern 86, Indians Tech 0f t he i ghe
the Cleveland general manager. Washington Senators was next meeting. to do this or it wl not,..tb Heavyweight Roland Lltaa a
for saving recently that he under the Stengel hatchet. Casey Trucks won five and lost 19 their office should be abolshid Is clamoring for a cnany team In the leagutf.
Greenberg hated the Yanks. blasted Griffith for saying the for the Tigers last year while and boxing along with them. fight with R Lame of Utah Mai (Ohio) 9, F dla 1.




Grener MDksa, rhh P hdladelphk s F ri nd rwuil go back o the hee a ori nB tvi oomoFr Sam wRi nGo atnde (dhr aA Dno 7Wtod f o Stout 4. Ea ed f t-
"Green berg should say" SU-Yanks tried t get tthirdn base-s si oitell i ailver'manenrtaJonesoew utorkt ,MonyL fo Setr1 8O GoOI"e .0n thli-
gested Stenzel. in tones dripping man Eddie Yost. "As far as the military service. He played n ar Bethel (Oin.) Wina 7a o



himself rt e Before etlSteneem in busi- sons although e w pa first matches in this state." have to wait until at least Jan- Per Caterpillars 7, Gonaga en w
BASEBA r L Lue bin 19n6.hWn whether they'rebeing uary b because of a cut Pear'boL L Lr A orhea ... .
nant ith the kind of pitching ness last year." Casey referred to signed by them49season.) t R etr s W ir 1-3 -
staff he's ot." Casey referred to the deal that sent Jakie Jensen Porter joined the Browns on fraied or not, th.e fans are bat- eye Asuffered against Jones.telM ..
the fact that Cleveland haand Warre nd Frank Shea to the senators t ith th w tickets to the Tommy The Pennsylvania Atlet Dne ork (Neb. es 6
hn to the Brooklyn DodgerYanks. ren. ton next Monday. The fight i a nion ofManager lny Pa- Cer i5, Mnn.) 69, N. Daeakota 11 1 52
Caesidey yent "The Yankee Next on the list was Jimmiy lost r.2r s complete sellout- rarity n Clark gavo. The eommight hitssion acted Broo n Co e t wt Bel .
BravesDykes, t Philadelphia A's Friend wihis private go back to the theseday nd has bee for a wh red t learned that Palermo Calbut o 55. tout . M
manager. Casey called Dykes a the week according to Promoter Sa was not listed foranye of them wa OUTH ebar noced
NEW YORK, Dec. 4 (UPa completed for the d ybleherad- catih by ddle Fo e a drive spedInkat o, andfollowed Oa Hle" CwlbE1 1a 52
BASKETBALL The defending Big Ten cham- er baseball time after twoyearo Nrth CarolnI State 77, F 6.an i 54 0.W
Spiwon games by taking advantage the military service. He played B 716, oa 7L
Chances ( or Kansas UNITED PRESS of Pennsylvania's blueslaws. second for Bt. Louis in 1950M. Mono Gives U p 3l Trs ool .
to repeat as national basketball efoard of coacsinhe, a ten he team Fre(Editor's Note:Friend played nam Stdiu .) T Peterk n rht field a- MTed elland laonw lto










champs dimmed today. Charlie most likely to succeed in colue- yPanamaay. BLUEBIRDS VS.. Gi vainst the fence. ther .lays Lenoir 1hynecN6y ,
Ho ASg, one of the two Kansas g ed t h entire American second base with the Cerveceriaed -led t dr 5,er South Dakota Mines fi ne 1 followed by^
players back from last years Thirty-five of the top coaches aduringthe 1948-49 se betweenn) Andres Alonso was rapped for ed in by the vastly proved




squad was scheduled to undergo win the pncou nantry make fup tehe Canal Zone nine solid base blows, Inl Clarence Moore of the Bluebirds 4 and er wth S
a knere's substance today toton Ca re mustratight board Illins which Panam Poe forces three home run, but he re at shortop Eon .
be r e left-hander, Warrend by a airtight support from his mates The box .core: Gallaet 8. life
Splhn. to the Brooklyn Dodgers. 14 first place votean emenks Illinois Arthurs r. 4 0 0 2 0 0 5.rg ato with 8 o 801 1
es Lou Perni of ed 282 out o a possible 350 r n O IONAL'. Clark gave up eight hits 1 0 as1 2 BrooklynC 8ol (le bMd lW. wihhCe 'e1i It t ft
to ElPPaso. Tex. topiceupDodg ear (TheStardinp) mthe four bigerrors by Brownies Marshall 916, Saelm (W. Va,) 73. wbphgo=m.tookthethe. .h. is
er President Walter O'vie-Cagey Mwinbill Co ltd BostTA nLostnPt uR o rfect ay afield by Fort Dix 79, Fort nouth 5.
'And Buz Bavas and Julle Sampson- t "e' BU Cr t Browne manager(Ch.) 1 0 1. the Bluebdstell the wholestory Beth any (W.Va.) 7kWestVa. S t, to hh
have resiahed t h says: e aof dou- re-season favorites have ha Blot birds (CN).homers w1 h of the ame. Wes. 7,L with F l owed t
something to announce soon.tr 's Yankees (CV).... 0 1 .a0w Several brilliant fleldip plays 0 0 1 1 m Ci th 547, a a,





and MArrangementss Sampson downed two y the fourth. Granvle 1A were Total urnedIn. One.31 othem 9 24 12 4 S ebark oked
NEW YORK, Dec. 4 UP) el omppeted forth doe. 4 (UP)blehead- catchA ourth ourb ws lug- Greent. .. 5 1 1 1 0 0 E e 5 AM- We mleS --
BASKETBALL The defending Big Ten chCam- er baseball game Sunday aft- AST NIGH h nninSULT to left field b Clark after Fil0 4 0 North Carolina State 77, Frmaonn with-. o35 17 .
BOWIEions from Illinois have to n ive Soon at Balboa Stadium o Bluebirds 11, Brownies 3. ll . fell in the mud An- 69. el 310
Chances for Kansas University picked b the United Press the benefit of the Crusade for TOMORROW' GAN othe as a leaping- catch by Tennessee 76,W' ford 65
torepeat as national basketball board of coaches as the team Freedom,C lu was announced Panam Stadium(r) TeofCloBrathwPiter. 2b 5 0 2 3 5 0 M-S WEST r, V*a l9 H16t o w IAt '" t M
champs dimmed today. Charlie most likely to succeed In cole- yesterday. BLUEBIRDS VS. gKLner the fence. her plys Lenei Rhyt is, Cat* st.... ... 4O.c.. s













lis" winning the featured Old P ^ ery effort to have the Charles- of the Brownies wasitt tRh Wllams b 2 1 0 t 1 0 -7 T N a, I V8
Hoag, one of the two Kansas giate basketball this season. The first g--e, to I e cled- that thrilled the fans were turn- West. Kentueky Ibuiue aura
laominions back from las year'srough Thy- of the top coa es at 2 .m., will be between Andres Alon so was rappedfor ed n b the vastlS improved w 5 ei7. 91 N ..... .-s






stretwas scheduled to undergo in the country make Up this teams from the Canal Zone nine solid base blows IncldiA lng C M1 0 i e






a Larry Ellts and Jockey Nick vote. *A. Bluebird run In the first t-infi Ch. U. 58. -. 0 8 H
quartknee operation Cartilage must rating boardoma ln M, which and Panamit Pobu ee forces three home runs, buth ire ried at shortstop. e I ,,






bixteenthmov rae. ButAnd Kansas coach placed th Louis weredin the C.A.onA.This wil be fotl owed by a airtight support from his mates The box score: 8 aaue00 Southwest Te. 88. ow A4 cS.-v ---
Phog Allen say H probably Tournament last season, rted game between Pan and on the defense an d wo uan Spur 5iCola- AB 0 H PA0 0.-1 w 53. 10 t lead his te .by
will be lost for the seasoned 14 first place votes and gather'- Ca al Zone firemen. 11-3 winner as the ,eia thnr Ifr. 4 0 0- 2 A00 at 1haus tf, "l "
d th e Ol s ibsl t at Further detailsof the two Bluebirds walloped the SpurGCso-Loe .B..3 0 1 0 12Aito n HB u r with F
TWOer hdCali fornia lr-Maureln lo second and so on down the Bu n-Pr ors Ket0ep re... i l
nnnollam wands di ulle Sampson-rankd in to one top ten lawyer. w to extend a blem teds Aifv.y4 200 o. WS ... --
line t one for ao10thCp/ace Bue5,Try Vaaaeep8tAigI
have reached the finals of dou- Brownie manager n h b.. i 0 t 0 Me his Navy ,Ml l e .
bles play in Australia's Victoria The pre-season favorites have Both man home w hit at, e .008 01 -







yns o eerar s ckelu hairschtwedn l cut lubthhwe baslowl / c es m W o plteo ae.111- KngTn.)76, StNoree (li4)
Chlampionships. Miss Connolly six veterans back r lasts SALthefirsttt Inning tandIhe nn p ---i, ... 0 .0 1 CeTena t I, Norte Satod( .),
Australian girls. 6-2 and 6Tiv4. o li Crossing C lub oIn a red f Capt. le I
Kansas State, with five first r in i an got the other Browni rounNd- Rhmond Si, Vorgina M
Place votes, rates as the second 'IMe I nreE T e tothre f r thr teCervecerhla- AS 0 A 6 5.
RACwith OF THE DAY on bes t team in the nation. La- Kerman's second sash.. Moore, tas,. 36 boys ung Harris9E4, w wardo w ,t Nubby
Salle Unversy of Phladephia, PHOENIX. Ar., Dec. 4 (UP)- d A fourth four-barr was lug- Green, ef. ... 5 1 1 1 0 0 6h -
Sashingniv and North Carolina Dick Butler, president of the ogedin the eighthinnin by Parris, "t. .5 1 1.0e4e0tNorthwesternLa- 61, Lamer 35w it0AL
BOWIE.TMaryland-Hard-luc Washebi catcher Nob Do Jn, Ste4p1t0Son
Bowie Race Track resumed oper- State round out the top five South Atlantic League said e aLaT Sleot20
atlon yesterday with "Larry El- teams. LaSalle received 11 first terday the Pittsburgh club of the also with none on. . 3
its" winntng the featured Old I place votes, but was edged for Natioyal League was making ev- Starting pitcher ,lbqrt Clark arathwH, Sb. 5 0 2 3 5 0 .. SOUTHWEST las vn f."
Dominion Handicap in a rough I runnerup position by Kansas ery effort to have the Charles- of the Brownies was In. tough wnlan b. 2 1 0 is 1 0 stow.W,. '_
ret d el228lo 222 in the-overallOton franchise retained In that lack as seven of the l p eigbt Peter .. 3 1 0 B New Mexico 6W
Stretch duel. aic city. runs he gave up were unearned. Aonso, 4 0 0 1 0 Southwestern if) ,
-Larry Ellis and Jockey Nicko.Aluebird run in the first in- h.-.- ChU "... : ,4. ..
Shuk took the lead at the three- oWashington, North Carolina" .-Has
'State, Oklahoma A & M, Indiana generall Manager Branch rWns was the result of two er- Totals > ..i.,s,- V; 1 8 27I'-1 0 Tex. Lutheran 64 Trbt t o ( I. ' a i an-sw


Lartry olli the mrle ond un- Sixth, Ollowe b U C. L.aa abletor-a ,-5h M oor
erhtearo p unnt ahae fndioana- St n Hll a t Rickey of Pittsburgh has said he rwdhtwoCmorermlsouesEnurenCInningl e63

hiartoeot frot at theif or-he. Louis er t reUit frt he ton loalepyn the f.
Qvl exhaust every effort to save tCu Mfourtff inning hauouStediforlipuros.KSa-sa St0at0ean00n-u3ue.Ngoitintt hi-U ,eBxMiiary 6"-
ed wide in the stretch and Mut uliv place votes.nthat'Bulersalsosickey is in ho w -t'as CLuprisingi"Run w.Bat d flanl2,AHouSto61Hra
thiordedLastayeaOrltheaI&Misranked obewoingagree t to tr rheG asiattdn-eoo a-2, ArB4.
Larry Ellis then responded un"sixtho Kflluwedkby. TUh WC C"C. ehgarlestn prtis cancerned." Th e rae for Individual h onor s Hitb y .Soeattlge Uni. t oot a 0
der hard punishment and ha ve cndiancl tHall andschedule esaid hhop toe haverthesintheSaA .urnamet 0 e iRns.- Ar lena 63.

his nose out in front at thecondshissonibecaseCle 5, S e oMM I-
o o cnena future. Negotiations to thib pe -ayervece- Wayland 76.
OliverCutshaw. uponMulIS.oI IllinosnKansa.ieaAStateU-S end are in progress at thas t ime. dfor Leco na w Aln2,N. mex.h Hlita r
wide In the stretch but the foul.i in this week's first ten that Bu 13er also said Rickeyrwas I w b0d1istone, h
claim was disallowea. Areave ran ranked in the top ten last year. wesling to extend a "limitedsacr ificelUe-- o HeA ,. W
third. Last year the Illin ranked sec- wor kinI f agreement to the Amscor ur g
Larry E~is paed $7 20. $4 and ond to Kentucky. The Wildcats Charleston parties concerned." wlmTches rceopstedeu i 9noo U. ,Wabk.
othershoservenscoachehhavescancelledtheirrscheduleCh the
minute 1 47 and two-fifth seconds this season because of NCAA tie clau wers voed toha set at bsred t by.S-Clarke TAGb, -..,.
ou a sloppy trap weeks d e n tn of i c held itste ':ato..enie--trrth-edS .SA"4hi aben"sp:sr" b
ThewBeagueaRa o asmadeplanstforhn s oeelmogolEopecnof t aPcet d arBrath-esflm 36hboys 6f A..
Its golden anniversary All-Star te orsec -A Alonso w
BGa., on JuCy 13. Sports writers ino be firer and will be adCus,Parch-TSaanJia6'in,'etc.
TNeARIASDthe league will select EntA MStard atiey, Speci. ,,.,.
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PO 'At, Ayee. 4 (UP) fIppbg bugs, or c huggers, Girls 14 to 26 Tears
S 1eh ems -T it r Pirate the'y are called in some rts of 50 yards, 100 yards, 200 yards,
rT a a d. b yreteday that Vie the country, are robaly the shuttle Relay, Baseball Throw
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5B. Jalowl fomer. O Stoate mlar. of all bas bu. foru distance Softball Tourns-
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S . to tera asd ldlgt y ee faac ." 12:00e For mernt.
Soeat ft d tf m onith mo td G irbl 17 and Over
a ,~ i to a in u expee 75 yards, 100 yards, 4x100-yard
F I w b I pa I offilae *al that ohe been a black corn e d rlay, High um p. Baseball
SO adivad nee' si atei araicoket with rubber-band legs. Throw for distance, Softball
beaus ad it tthat I ot certain of its origin, but tournament and Volleyball tour-
ht n the atvy Leeast iFl the bu was made with an eye nament
.eL h6nwli_ a go al loom to., 05,9-Lt for scd on.
and L t aae rd~ e kerl After casting, the lure l re- CIL
move has j ld iel r It remain in fore,.. w ith the t :t S cg trieved in a pafully slow series itard Open
"The ofl d % 4 y opf Pa inr "J l .ic of pulls, during which all lix eg Inscription closes on Dec. 24 at
inot oaces a wiggle like jelly, and the race 1:00 noon. or Information call
tin le ttl tt tW all. H t ihe da 'woe. burps and gurgles like no Cricket, n -329, Josa French, Physical DI-
Tle, d t itfl-n edAch who aes e en in I ever saw. 'ied on a Nintibr 8 rector.
Seiyet we had one of r major league btball who hook, the cricket is easy to han- PON LEAGUE BASEBALL
better mo wllo blasen wahdit g only two." Yalet or- ao gveg a Mt pleas.- die on long caste and often ano LEAUE BASEBALL
tl Vale's .1 waso g l "t; lt r ta nce when p ic' 1a t
lug dog$ M.0 one w h en.wsas n ompi&gab whenIpickingN loo up l msh ntlsl hook- The Pacific Pony League will
tomen (thenthedoachJaA"-noutvia th4oe on b ass fish ff bug aems on your swing into action on Dec. 13on
In ISOenemovie on ban fishing, I urd the
o wa.. (hen th cricket 31untili Y.l s .st buy ,f IK there- when the "HI-Spot" nine of Ban-
Sm I lasNt mummer one or taking about 40 bass ON k 0 M1aeof-. -a and posl- ta Cruz plays host to Red Tank's
whi. --gugi disanterated, but a oof, b q.uad. Paralso's Alemin Jr. will


ews uaf were edtelaneed in the annual serwee battle., Offi9al 0 placed wll ve the s a btewr-ew d hM ehneou
eight -sOnp O dy.s s ook. A glow lhng bodyV en s" froi .the Ca. R__bu with Che
f.adilve to .sri w tuallly al ial w (T Eo II ons Jo La T)B wa a nia e cast. ga
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Bines a seven-ooint favorite the.bootkes Usithp' se 1 a Last Thursday, the Teen-Agers lure broke, and the bug NO0
colletetdfnor patld- M. A atter. of inchefrose all bets. Nayv get -tol honored b i orii minute eleas e J
had the, OBlanv'- half-fo toe wh te ran am ,Ore- ddleBe- Py u-tn.Re thwwod la
Trum.an wh .lyf booed when he thew S Oist -L dngl ut- Braneftwas -id with a ca Nity but this Ws i t s rip-
at ae 2S oend last soriw. Mwahe.nhehad tht McC lure, os. crowd from uM and n- ple as the bug disappared.
dr.min.Whlehrwrdelnted to swro therfleld- 9wd 3tt r Am (fL bow Cit attend. Fortypele There was no spectacular
a after ti bh4al trdltl nnal enstoth. Woolit Praldentm hOQELKS-Oscar Torrs, registered for the Table struggle. The base merely moved
S pt ponflarSall $in PhIlflhllhia, W.ber.t ntaver sot It good lAnles, -ou ed Tournament, four team were back er the m even
'trefaw,-thoe haw alerheld ahi s ro a.
S he ti 2thtS2a WoriStl e*-I.q* Thtr made three In h Mw I tneaw 118, Lo eged in, dt- th e agler hel rod
or Bddle lrdelate over Rtd Blekt. And who ever beat 'Blalk l; -1 te -fornsk ine- n" %0 e. I pad upto
tirhri times habdt running before? ?Qf UMt MN. X- tl Friday, the t.hthe a6rd^l
aM 1.7, 'A s, step-. City was host tWftiwve-other clubs rounded d several garle
S* Jones. Phoe aField Day by the ed loo with
oPhysical l' Edoia Branch and handle. There was a SLaoM PV
No lhaterwhatb heaast. f Ror Ieo Bowl Mi-Nrhim 0s0tates IGH Bob Bake conducted bthe .C.0 group of sit moeton- of the W W
Ne. 1 rndking can't be .ftedt. Note Dame. as wredinted hrve, aFtburh, e outpoinS Rtnboed Cy, -;3.O rsu on thef Mae W cntre o e othe 9.
u ed beaten Southerl Cl. n edty p re"d sw re. a, out NJ R og ir vole raptiadd out flost thed tepo
O thtT w Gfwifl T. .a t ae Char glteybl, swimming, and table p e N ~ n a r.- .
No,.. C bridit ,nia Ms. [otennulis. A T next sensin lsth same
11=fowd Ai aiaftnkrt1ahw 11ft fla-le to e11606 Al goo*A M Camtbrlft,*M Results of the track meet: dza except that the
Su th* r offd r w *hft. l t l s ran dow l the lake after
htfoftboe. .*o a mfelewt iaj wef hi Uve bean (). S"-d. Da0 ri b-Glirlsb a tt bug and wound the
*eaurb t yi. Th~ lit. erteetiTv'lat).tt 4din 'wsed, at ARK., -Jay Andern i1-Veronca Forde Ranbow rs (undevM stump In the
vis # %=oai as e 1hell to Ndt> 1 148e, d nl c PhW b City) o atB bottom.. Ldia Ala-Settser's pain-reliever
en thdtfenr. e menasntor eallsted loop.Bole trckety i ,C(8)s 2-Vilma John (St. Vincent, b bass ater cnneokng nt starts to work at oe to bring
uN xh-ould be barred. d .PanamA) ( t water note you welcome relief -Ak-
S".shold etd. . 'llt!,,,V, 3--Joyce Colthea(Rwth erst (Rca bow the td did rend to a Selter'sfrveacenchelps
I In w city) oly- fished hlg t es the 4"od this relsfl Don't
'- mil Writtnev Its u61ato bil an Il l-hweawe ofty f f. l. 5 Workings 0 an old htaeheadia"daig inP,
sos B a fAr).oseph tay o take. plo nt-as
61 el-- a t .e (St.fVincenlftI B k @ f't hA t he t uesf
pPanama)sIM tobg' ab tat -MU h pe
tgY'sr 1-Cecil Quinlan (Ralnbow i t a Sselee)

If yo gi n to. tryuto make a orhorse. e .VOLLUID-ALL
d we .ow .h0tweret the Cleveland genUeman in the st Fans cheered wildiv at the. A- II Tards-Boys
fn t bt ndlto:at' lumn's Aces smashed there 1-E. Prankln (Rainbow C) "
-eso. throu the Jr. COllege'sBo 2--J. Co inp (St. VinCept,
Worms for two straight gazes Panama) .
MStaaaly W 2u. e. W 45th St, Manhattan. obisth col- 3-Vdatoe 1-S t3--V. Boyoe (St. Vincent, Pan-
aumn wih detail on the 65.yaIrd a-oe by 1iVT. The irat f 1 appeared to be am)
s"11 t gjfl, evenly matched. However, the a s -
gk; ev Mo 00- f.p.second AW. the.Bookworms --. Issack (S.. Jose,
d Wbe 14-o .. ,3-Z.0 Maxwell (Rainbow Cotyh)
dute ntao p5--uDu-" ;IdDas u Girls
he ulhaet o sell the A. ce were able to tw 1-MonicQuinlan)(Rainow
eTHE STANDINGS I-Betty Stevens (St. Joseph's)
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Smeat ,.r. College...0 2 .q00W "Un Woods (St. Joseph%)
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_Dec. --Optica S osvs. AlM- '94.. VINCETPANAMA
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1952's Looney Larceny 168 Graduate

Thief With Desire for a Streetcar From Albrook
By MEADER G. PATTINGTON cf aspirin. Two Pittsburgh r.b- ..
NEA Special Correspondent b~ers took 22 empty cases of bee,. a
A Special Corresponde noring the full ones. When the a
Crime may not pay. but it is' wee caught. they offered a very
c r t a i n l y g o o d f o r a f e w l a u g h s l o v i c a l e x p l a n a t i o n : N e i t h e r o f -, ._ |..e L i t h e n a l a y r k "o." ...I S W .,
now and then. Not always usarink." '
course, but there are times %% ne n On the alibi subject, consid.r70
larceny turns looney. And 1952 th, man in Evanston. Ill.,.h At the Dse theater this morn- "le .~p 'Oo the trh .".
had more than its share s arrested the third time f oog, the twelfth Claus .*to I"'L .t.e l * ....*..
C rim inalsbcan sm-msb tealing the sam e portable rad..o. tOtE from the U SAF choo or

chto who got lost in Philad l- diU' pltoandaclfr m e. d li C._. ..
hli. "lI asked a man for dlizc- A Detroit man was caughtl- Plumes from at-g.* n. 7 C.
tions" the crook said. and r tr stealing a garbage truck. HiH d lad ach ofarmea and %
trtahftsWaerfront Pec h
clid-and he wat arrested for tole ,-dI o take mv girl friend for a h-,d just finished a 20-week
streetcar theft laarter. d 'dre "d otaem0 ou se in one of SAir Force ape-
Like.ise two felons in Toro'.uI Life can be tough for thieves. Ina or lt- s ,ees. addrs e,
-ho observed i -noutside a Thcre was the noor soul In Peor- n ahortaddre prec n w

Felf a Pair" They grabbed .03ried into a Pan of crankcase oil. for their fine scholastic rect d I
nali plus $75 in cash .lDped, fell into the pan. set off ariaurged them to continue their IniNe w -ork
The loot of larcenists 1I ofr', i.. fire extingugsher. tot spread,, es. n n , h .. 1 r ,
ludicrous. A nine company H left without a dime of looir forces to prepare for any NEW YORK. Dec. 4 (UP) Nolan aid the union coatrt mily, wat J Qffial o
ln Flon. Mantob. was rone thief had the misfoeventuality in these uncertain Stevedoring company oillciala v;wit he New pork hpln Ais.- In t ondevedlleri .' ~ rel 1- lor
cf a complete minine camp-. ve one thief had the misfortune times told a ptatecrtle commissionto- asoa on aUtpulated thaa steve- h leanprl ad Jere1ia'H y, unialon
fame buildings. a mess hall. of- ,o steal a vehicle that was easl!v img ot a break. The robber was lin action to the d they bou labo peace on do companies should hae a t f
fiee and bunkhouse. Fitted. He had driven off r a captured just after his stick-up rowing menae of Commun- the New York waterfront by pay- pier bosses. .,.. tetified h hd e to-
richt red truck, loaded A.a nd the captors sent him sprawl- sm throughout stin Ameria, in top union officials thousands ^ ttoite t a0
In St Paul Minn 16w taen I', n. The money he'd just lifted General Kiel emphasized that of dollars a year and hiring ex- But lonvboremen .refums.w If ._.7.4 ,fve-y.ar rid trlo ti union
ofrm direct in front of l he 'ov- ,. was scattered all over the the Americas tace a formida- 0o1victV. headle eargoe on laie.l iidsrsd k e cn .r. t .u permidlto.fnivewel
r..oi.etl iAnd a o n t round. Picked up and returned, ble enemy and that hating it, They ales testified the r" ,t natil Aut liony to Fskm iEaf y. Il.tktl time a pe-
erncr's office And Coun II totalled $1.80 more than was alone, accomplishes nothing,. made large cash "good will" (Tuth Tony) Anaisl an ald o. weeol
h eee Burgarp In; Swansea. nTl wilae n. -l-o-y) Au&*'ul ln .... .- .0awae5!?
Bluffs. I a. thief stole a hive n 11ke'" nWe must learn to combat it giftsmiangk up to $10,800each ex-convict, was hire as pleat A tAerftabm-. W1.
heerte Burlar n Swansea bu. Illkewse a oman in Mnaha and destroy it. he said. to officials of steamship rom- boss. tire icmlinfo,- "
rtd o a t on of coal a buikewise a woman n Menasha, General Kiel was introduced panles using port facilities. He said Ryan talked with Iiam t rd.listed Cl4
t a time. aWroe is. whose purse, containing by Lt. Col Harry M. Albaugh, One stevedoring firm gave aB- shout the situation aPd told hin~ t In a.e
There whas s rwbed r in Ner S0 was throghatched. It was re- the School commandant, who way nearly -$500,000 in "petty union mehfAbers wanted Anata fl yea.i
Y who swiped 200 honorapn turned through the mail, con- acted as master of ceremonies cash" In less than six ears to tIo to "t the Jb. o -N onnn
Yreerds from the apartment of taingn $1800- for the event. The ceremony was our customers for services ren- Anataslo, stlll..a pler-boMs t .unna
eon witr t He must have opened by an invocation from dered," a witness said. Brooklyn. is broth of AI sad these
Sson writersappointed when he Perhaps the oddest crime of the Most Rev. Archbishop Ian- The revelations were mare at A tat ale"ed t r ma re w o
beefond the records were all hn "2 was the theft of $8000 a ne -c's Beckman of Panama. the openRn session of ths New tht notorious Murd I ner aIn
foundlo man from the home of a neign- After the presentation of di- YOrk State Crime Commission's The brothers spell their nam
Thieves broke into a Prnvi- mtr who had recently died. he lumas and athletic trophies, the hearings into charges that rac- dUiferently. :tl.
tier ce R. diner for the 23r.d \ asghpr, h we himne te students were accompanied by keteers control the sprawling Nolan said his wmpany hadf h-UM
tieire, .I.r the first 22 robber- r.plahbor had wtled him H e the 776th Air Force Band in New York-New Jersey waterfront handed out nearly '1 ,000. to
the owner T had bought a release and, since the money. He at ringing the Hymn to the.Amer- making up the nation's largest customers In five and o-halt
watchdog. Thise ne trip, the thi released, since he proved tht i following which they at- prt. ears .'
ust took. the do.t But it e, he'd broken into.his.own hose. tended a reception given by th The investigation was orde-. The gifts we a; Mdehe oTt wli tie*..d616
stn worsoke in t Joeph. Mo.. But he had completely forgot- Commandant in their hones at t. darm. tine w$hy s ,O wen place e. Wt? <-, thoseadta t-
where thieves not only took a tten wherehe'did half of the the.NCOClub amted, SN t
h but also the elm tre loot. Nations represented in C Mss wStl of Insured carg each- bin *achts fa li
chhewased.B were Chile Colomb,. Cd.year to unsolved theft, and for oitertoa el-
to which he was tba. Dominiean Republic. Eon&.& why fieod prices In New York TWo oflfei o. lal. ad "V- ., . ------
The thieves who robbed a M- ControCt'S DIY. dor Guatemala, Honduras, Sre.J up a. reported five
son Mich.. establishment knew tlub M lco. Noapm. Paby ty,'e. t amt by u m. '. " ' -'
what they were doing. They tno lumber and topped by three f and V la.' freight
Sasesofbeer-plus 12 boxes bathtubs. Field Office Each of the students took a Wsteereald one ot ehe chief
4 salami-swiper in Hof. Ger- IoL theoretical and. practical course beneticates of payoffs to union
may, had to settle for just a Move ITo 0 001000 in cne of the 13 following fields: officials was Joseph P. Ryan,
bite when he was disturbed rub* aircraft maintenance, a r mn a- _Dowerful. president of the AFL
cing a butcher store. Final'y The field office of the Con- mentn radio maintenance, radio Inte0ra`paal L o n g shpremen's
caught, he was convicted when tracts and Inspection Division communications, link train wop Aa" it.O n.
his teeth marks matched those has been moved from Bed Tank eration, propeller malintneee, .Trak W. Nolan, Wrealdent of
t. In the left-over saalami. to the former dispensary build- parachute malntepncnt, Wath- ark Corik, worlt's- .l2r est I
S Even the police had a hard ing on The Prado in Balboa. er, electric systems, sheet metal steveorn. company' testified
limE In '52, One officer. n Cur- maintenance. instrument 'main- ". a 5a forced br, tl e toi
p us Christi, Tex., fired six times The transfer was made be- tenance, control tower option t e brother ord
.' at a fuRitive. He missed each cause the new office will be r,rd air force supply., executioner" of lrder, "
time. So he disgustedly threw his more centrally located for the Thle epplv ous. on me Inc. before ola iom en *
P I Pistol, knocked his man cold. construction work in progress. Iurrntly bei offered tb th VMrl t a ,Bro' fer.
In Middletown Tenn.. the viThe ne telephone number of offers and enlisted men, was '
In Middletown, Tenn., the vie- the field office is 2-3658. taught for the tfIrt, this { '

SCat And Dog Fight Looms 'incoun.ti1 EMs on
ant in strengthening emC.,
spheric so.lidaty. j
Round Eisenhower Menage Tisthirstime that pro- Exerches
visions were made for the at-
By..CLAIRECOX ohdanceofh. r.offlea. .to tThe
NEW YORK, Dec. 4 (UP)- A payroll. but there is no presiden- pply course, and the 7are now .
cat and dog fight broke out to- trial kitty. ei eturning to their re4 tIvef rrsblebep.wel...t.ice
day irnnhetraheifor the po stof. "1,1Morris
-day in the race for the post of He offered to give the Elsen- countries to fill imports t po- W ..... ... > "
"first pet of Lhe land." showers any kind of kitten they How in the s ehoo ihas te rvices. da nt.yatt.hi to wn
A pair of French lap dogs ap- want. The school has been credited tbairay
Il Tpeared to be the leading conv The American Kennel Club by both Latin American Air -hi de, by Satury. .
tenders for occupancy of the which represents the high socle- Force Chiefs and USA' officials The t bt controversial
White House in the new admin- ty of dogdom, disdained a.direct with cOntributinL imm sely t cto. r seeking relief from
istration, but feline fanciers rul- reply to the cat fanciers. wards hemispheric unity through an uijiin"- which confines
ed out any truce In their war for The Eisenhowers have been the standardization of terms and her to .wd h.r voice practice a
acceptance or a cat as the offl- deluged with pet offers, includ- procedures. The school provides ayu and W tied to hand down
cial presidential pet. ing about 15 different breeds of the means for airmen from prae- h d -qs
The American Feline Society, dogs and a large white horse, tically all Latin nations, to live Her featified she had
official spokesman for 21,000,000 All the offers have been de- and work together. a voloe irgh l en. But mu- s '-.
cats, demanded that a cat be ad- clined with thanks, except the ic critics countered that she has '
L-mitted to President-elect Elsen- papallons, a small, long-haired, 'F W k L E a "Ye y.- fne" voie, withal
Boy hower's household. to catch frisky breed of French pooch .tuwkcab nad eB e- ..witha '
ims Sl mice, if not to be petted, first registered in the U. 8. i.n ony_ l r has even s i ned
ri miThe society coulfindno nec- 15. eAt Babo hY' *sao hs fo a concert .... .
THE SALVATION ARMY official residence at the White ever, that they will persist ChBebtMtabIe heard bth
Annual CHRISTMAS AP- House. and it said it was high Kendell said he had been bat- Service men and hostesses are sids tid*tA cases two
PEAL. Mail your CHRIST- time for Esenhower to estab ling for 14 years to get a cat in- .* rmised a special treat -itaur. wskaro A wi'thatLtime said"
a new kind of FEPC (Fair Em- to the White House. _Jay night at the Balboa YMCtA-he weidp t his final deli-
|MAS DONATION today. I nl.einPr tis For L oo "hght hadn't ve *lay night at the Balboa yXCA. 4# his final dell.-,
Post Office ployment Practices for Catsi. So far, he said, he hadn't even USO The theme aeleted is ,p. o" The Jurist has
Box 'IN" Balboa, Robert L Kendell. president of been able to get a President to riawkcab Ehmcnad" (d =. Th a tackler toha
the society, said every branch of sign a proclamation declaring Dance). :de 1.- " ip":t: 'i"eo"
the national government except the official opening of National To gain admittance each .hos- dx. uia neighbors on
the executive has cats on the Cat Week every year. Tess and G.I must b e weartue M ci_ _Ss'e In the New May-
If-es- and G.I. must be wearitng MWs&4s S ts In the New May- .
-___ ____ ___ ____ ___ _____ ^one Piece of clothing backward. al* "f obtained the in-
S.oecial recognition will be given hluseh1 the 28-year-old.
the girl and fellow with the brjette a f# 1 of an Austin Pey .
must Unique dress. Calsge. s.'t August. ,
IThe 0.5.0. members e ., oValrns ~aI Morris' scales
staging an Old Pashion ~ So- upsetM a may have been
clal at the regular *efrefrment a t i- divorce suit a-
big neriod. Boxes es8ecIlly delewe- d. later with-
*,.ungri' dancers. An auctioneer - needed that' -
hidder who will then get to share ,fler .., : ,- -
A b:'hr box of food wih the .o f did waslraetioe "
Proceeds from sale of boxes "'a. ..
u g "olect of the.-irls"e".ce Or- .
the music of the 71stAzsfay$and A. "t "l ..,s-.*.
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