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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00223
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WASHINGTON, Dec: 6 (UP) The Navy
he a ly watered down a stinging criticism levelled
IN'y Secretary Dan A. Kimball at Air Force officials
haWe questioned the need for a naval air arm.
The Defense Department public releimeWfitc,
Ipqently at the demand of Defense Secmrery Rober
Lqvett, eliminated from advance copies of a Ki-
(ilpech his biting answer to the Air Force attacks, It
Qgg'-Ma .ianoes Jabara, the world's first jet ace, demonstrates combat T-ed for weaker language i s
eall n, I% .,;:. ahe prepares to return to Korea, and combat duty. At The incident was the latest in a series, of epis
t-old seha requested active duty. and will report to Camp Stone- pointing mounting friction between the two a
Sthe Far East Air Force. Credited with 9% planes in r.
o Jabara at present is attached to the pilot training o(vHr their respective defense roles.
aw. Iaa left: Mrs. James Jabara,. athy Lynn, four months The battle threatens to boil over into an inter'
e .aot Ae, row that could overshadow the 1949 "admirals' r
*..* U.. could be a big headache'unofficial organization
S' Afor bight D. Eisenhower when ing a strong Navy.
he takes office as President He urged It to expand
S 9 j1 Ac Jal. 20. membership of 10,000,
a"w In the original version of an that the Air Force Assoc
'M I adfiress prepared for delivery has -55,000 members and
J.,IV be toe the Navy League, Kim- other service organizatio;a
"lAw bal1 rapped recent Air Force outnumber the Navy P r'
crftlqsm of the Navy as "be- -
t. .in" and ridiculed a sug- "We eana't flatter.
h pt tI 1 Air Frce that one ayN
tt t s a -l qpertte all military her is wort ee

est Krea "perhaps" the nation needs a
ea an in- mad a pass at us and we turn Before the Defense DeLpart- services r t
.e h hy t3 00l0f eIa ht r nforth e T who slgges td recently that we
E sll a Ite Oklahoma Ceity only one air force instead of proveients aare needycd
tr wr l of ace's ared to rs ofthe atmae lo -Navy, Marineo and should bespresented to
Suemly ns v- "Ovefr. -huenh I saw four Army at well as the U. S. At by r esposiblthe" oNewl
Stwrs5 per ed into them. One broke off and meant knocked it out, Kimball seicmbali urged t
Seviouamade a dapss'at two F-86s below was due. to say in reply: Ki.mal u ro e the u.t
S"I am more than slightly dis. League to set up a iet-p
Ihedue ingt lincns c. "As the MIG went high for turned when I hear people corm-Ia gan dizatid to psn ublees
d *r ceots for their anOthr attack he saw us and itng on In a spirit of competi-l, fea dioot nliee by
Tahs. T tee which they pulled straight up. I followed tive criticism, saying that we fled spromt ional tendl
noweve to pay oike all and c One out right beside him. have tour air forces, the Army, n ten oves yove
n de will be $24 "He startbod to run Into me Navy, Marine Corps and the Air ness- -
f' from bout 200 feet away. I Force. By implication they in,- iwi
0Tjha uneiment Instructed figured when he crossed my dictate that this is a great waste. He said the Navy wI l c
tll t n'wners that to nose He went into a spin and I disagree with this thought all the hacking It can gt
p" 6il A plates they I spun too coming out slightly thoroughly." nee It thnu h "some
Mr o 6mduce i p last license re behlnd him. I fired several long "The airplane is a weapon, riptides I see ahead. ,, .
e du' tfr il& vehicle inspec- burst and hit him as he start- not a way of life." -
ei y l a0 5 n insurance ed evasive maneuvers. Advance copies of Kimball's He did not explain, but
St a. nsurance "pulled up rightbehind him, speech were distributed to the have meant possible conflict
ve i Mayor firing. again. On about the fifth press Thursday on a "hold' for twee the services iover
oln h. e shad burloles t canopy off ano ad release" basit of next year's military
r$e l o Celia tha E knocked off parts of his plane. Smlioly afterward, a repre- The secretary said theI
char oneworkers -He raled over and went straight sentattye of the defense De- has "more than paid fort
iIn other C- inom 20.000 feet. Pieces of apartment public relations of-keep" by "confining the
Mt_ ZODtS. ^t t t er stl e the Me ovwre coming off all the fice appeared in the press room war to that peninsula, if
r V ri- he consuhiceDa obnopreingR heoure
i W wh i w h cr ont wy down." and picked up a copy. by preventing the re
"e ofinw noo ta
e o anyg with lowerse-a Shortly before noon tod ay an ever-threatened agre
Defense Department reporters in Europe."
a bexe ttedy V fromno n the. wlnes I pi The first salvo swas fired t
graL-ah been "substituted."
Ai re d no i l n r t offird o i a n r t a explana- OGn. Lemuel C. Shepherd iJ,
S. Whe- o-ethdl ynomageoe'-ri ln Kimball has o Marine Corps commar.dant,owo
te .ist. fuet exte d.n rat Is Vther- D ht chnge his mind called Air Force action in ,the

*ote e ntor. sit n who agry or t Io ma cula t will b e vic es mind it O.LY OOj Dec. *
Seaat rn eedd T o Idlln hen sminal avs o ie Korean war a "fzzle.".
learnedTo Honor V n h s two i Nwmerous high-ranking Kraier,
tha tmp ls tet e parragraphs contained' no direct officers agreed.o..
l- had been o Gilpatric fired back his Aw;
that noe hane would Balconies throughout Panama mention of the Air Force or tort bout four air forces, a
Sthe license fee City and Colon will be decked airplanes." In It, Kimball said- I
'.D'P ,,ov I,,, eha ". dor ,isotu ed Air Force magazine criticized. -.A
on wTikter. le igt and w om nv .temporary i a so hato irt avyi task force in recent n or
C,&f&t .-a Col6n., shrines honoring the Virgin when I hear people in a spi rit s jam ersvo
R. .P t hos Toosouroes p-the lrryl of critassm- i implying that when S a rm wn uv
todaih I turn ou blan inte The occasion is the eve f the anyone d of the services has a
S l.reesdenta who Day of the Immaculate Concep- weapon, that another service is
th e tWovernonent on ron. The shrines will be deco- also using, this is a great waste. Mar ailyn Monroes
I fCrlsta thle or Cnoln. rated, as they are eah year, I disag r with this."
Switch tinsel, fl o handles or wet on to s a Buys Rare Books
I antamA C'ty Munuhl electric lights, and will be dis- it 'is tid uleuds to say, for
*t .utr s r othgyhtm totake the played on the balconies only to- example,, that oly one set- R
A o p re arin I tome night and tomorrow night. vice t use guns, or trucks, ha rd li
.t l tw h live Iden thi K ity Tomorrow Is popularly known or asly of the millions of items t.
,e ea pa 1to n t by Pan- in Panama as Mother's Day. that each and all of the ser-ce
.tres oilts o Al*rt on A national holiday, it will be v s Ao thIw c tndidually." HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 6I pre a r'
Ss t A n n observed officially. Government Kimball spoke at a dinner IShapely Marilyn Mon e,
Sattempt'wes made to up offices and most stores will be celebrating the 50th anniver- bid on and won an eollbcim
icnspe fee Mor Zone. work- closed. sary of the Navy League, an; rare n3arks at a pubic autNlS 7
n~enh tPeftamA dwc atah v ga looked around today fr
gg B n e estp, n ofDhuc hn be-deserving university"etod*
f Jate al W me t went in- them to.
ota rer. w es- 7, "regweie"abooks used obyte ,bos
L urkeit became -e fec- o Max Reinhardt, noted GermiA.
,- ____"- _producer.
LONDON, Dec. 6 (UP). A fog that almost isolated Regle books are manumrlftl
K o ) *od m;oreLondon from the outside world, was o thick thaL a used bva director In pre iH
-~ t mallard duck flew into a Vpedestrian lust night production and up ont w h
Motor tragic crept alona the ley road. Many drivers writes personal notes Of ehat i
abandoned their cars to walk. in dialogue, action and 5
toSAUwif- w Thor Domen of person pre inJted in crashes in one of Relnhardt. who died in I
o uthr mald exploxr. which 20 cars accordionSd on a well-travelled highway. scribbled many marginal
taav w here is planning a River Thames trafft stopped, and trains ran hours in the books which are
tUlt m, i time to behind their schedule. ed as o.f considerable
lb o "; eFootball games were cancelled, and air traffic was drama students and othy
eta wrot h crippled. The dingy fog seeped lute houses, shops and hardt admirers.-.
.'togn Tlt ,4." tbloter and dimmed rooms to a twlight pitch despite
lettrip will be lights. Many schools would MO
s 'eak a MmeJ10- Purse-snatchers stalked the streets, have the broks, wasl
fMI iuk-%the soot-packed pall enveloped Southern England said, so after a study to
S t u t t .t e- for the second day and instead of dbaspating as had mine which school ea ,lpt.
vwheae t S W lerk he been hoped, it deepened tonight into the worst fog in to best use, ihe will prusn-"
=t"6%O. year to thaQ t sha oe..

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been the unmixed blessing an- struetive value In creating a mosphere which has been crea- clp te a400,,i deral.
,- 0 ltcpated by early reformers. climate of public opinion in Lod as a result of the constant "
People are human and relative- which rel pro s can be sanders and, vilification, such Abo 8.
Sly complete Job security does made n the public inter- a climate destroys morale, un-al suh as
E not bring out their best compe- est. dermines the efficiency of the Or& c hv onl oB eas
e lin titive performance. Its great "There Is only one point in service, and can only result in tly 'to m te ISat
l n value has been to attract a rea- your excellent statement to lowered effectiveness of the ser- and "Your edtoral writer
sonably high quality of Federal which we would take exception, vice to the American people. WIothiar teg S remeatmber th; Rega dl
employee and hold him. however. There are few Federal "The National Federation of ipae nO w 1 which party la in power
S"Government has b e c o m e employee, in any cateogry of Federal Employee is convinced e .k to. power, there will h
SAB t enormously complicated since employment, who ane in a posi- that editorials such as yours of ta t. 'tb, f thousands
invention of the spoils system. tlon to eat $1.25 lunches" today can do much toward re- tment s
Even It It could be greatly de- storing a proper perspective out v
Centralized and streamlined, New York Times needed soprofoundly at this 0' i demanded Uby
ft something much to be desired, time." r4Iat bley, "
-it would still be enormous and Also typical of the NFEE's heJf iUata a iuir a nd should
ti E complicated. Promt ap' vl of construc- Article In Collier's rote nmert of e eone te effl t
"The old battle cry of 'turn Uve editorials the following f ethethe 61 -tileie
athe rascals out probably never letter from President Stew An article on the fam liar t '
ie s E p iths was fair. As a political slogan blished by' The New York "coffee hour" theme in Collier's 15 the e adicea
today, it is not only unfair but co ntined- the usual alegatins gOi11t0 I
dea inn les n eot foy r ae "We have read with great In- with statistical variation. T 'reyo
tcp U officials." rest the editorial 'Report to following communication wett ei l tng ,
-- p Tapayer' ~ibed in today's to the Editors of Collier's from it note ts toer
Tie i Bloc Voting Disappeared New York es. National Headquarters: people to get out your paper
STides of defamation against the "government worm "For many years the Natione "We have read Andrew Tullys as it did- 50 years ago.I Your l
iay have begun to turn. At least it looks that way to the In Chicago, too, The Tribune al Federation of Federal Em- pretty heavy-handed piece In response would be that the p at- o an
National Federation of Federal Eployes recently pushed an article at- pioyesaought legislation to Collier's for October 4, er t bigger and, prqsumabl, l
national Federation tempting to "prove" that Fed achieve the purpose finally at- "This the tory, you ay better, although there might be
The NFFE reports progress in its sustained and vigor- eral employes vote en bloc for taind in e last session of remember, which has to do sone animated discusson on Ds M
nd misstate- h party in power. In a de- Congress through the Prealsi- with the amazing fact that a, that scot&.
us drive to combat misrepresentations and itate taled communication to the dent's teoranilion Plan No. lot of people in Washington' t's true that there are 2,- of e t
enths anti-defamation program is a majo NFFE acti- the "lead" to the letters col- the ou pnership f rom "Whether or not this Is worth o true that there are about e
This anti-defamation program is a mao- n for the day, this wide- patronage atment In the two pages of white space is a 60.0,000,. people in the United many e first od
ity. During recent months the program has been step- spread misrepresentation was Bureau of Xnternal Revenue. matter of editorial judgement, Sthft and they are getting an then t ine ad a
d it hled at e- analyzed in detail and the facts "At' our biennial convention of course. Whether or not An- Immense volume of services- mter .,Ot- ne al t
to cope W ith the flood f volume of servedes---
ed p to cope with the floor o rticsm urged placed in proper perspective. n Detroit, Michigan we have drew Tully's cliches and moth- because the people have asked tion former
eral employes during the political campaign. Literally scores of such commu- reaffirmed our organization's eaten yarns are 'unny' also Is for them through the Congress. the ublic ntest;
War against untruth is waged on manyfronts, in-nicatio have issued from Na pionerin stand n favor of a question of opinion. "Yo- r readers will be ter,'dl
t onal Headquarters in re- placing all positions in the fed- Most Federal employee, how- te to know too, that of the eating. the Fedworth of biti
luding news media. Score of publications have carried cent months. eral service, in all departments ever, are slightly less than ,500,000 Federal employes 79 comment, the re
clrifing or corrective statements from the NFFE on It is nteres to note that ad aenes everywhere under amused. byhis dd arithmetic rentare employed N meant system. wo
workers. in a recent newspaperCol- the flag, under te merit upon the basis of which he five agencies Army, Navy a n g t
major issues involving government workersumn author Lou field stem, with the soleexception concludes that taking a mid- Air Force, Veterans Administra- you know that sma -, the el
Several newspapers have run editorials defending fe- termed charges of Federal em- of a few top policy-makin p- morning or mid-afternoo tion and Post Office. Of this loyes you malign s. D.
ral employee: ploys bloc voting "bunk." sitions such as Cabinet officers. breather for a few minutes costs number, more than 00,000 are long one- o the t d
A recent m issue of "The Federal Employe" the Basic Issues Involved "We MIt reve that In muni, t of ou
d1776, the ost Office was ruOn Ing ddtact, a thonhb-riblR
SM is idsaieD iiny sCowodde bTy avote e aofise raulny enresa blr ofs Eda.0 195
'14FFE magazine, said in part: Along another line was theT be aoe op e four _a O. tOr-
Post Card Withdrawn the NFFE in a letter reading ndc b the Baltore nouan o ,*l eAtont nerg- and: whi .m~rt
|in byr ah olowsSu onplyt To Defhnse of Employ s o

SteTalf oe the N Pres the m era n citiens in te Sun.enmatter of thEe most vi-hoctu 7 SA te i rAeAlo.

Fo Baxtr ample herean ess o the United tes has of conex a letter sent by pushed re the Jakson (Mss.) Daly News: have been ted
notice, Tex., heNational of- character of thiseart ub-n goes tal idenmport Francekln D. Roosevelt "Since all of thr folisoernment ars and mine and "Your torl Qua r emoyes r Wr ,
easowotice omfoea ed ohey,0o0h"Your odlooea oGvnnIdrwna:
a post card of the so-call- far beyond itsh mlstatement of stt onh 1 mthe flteril non. which to base haperedb, faot, idl
comic variety depcting an the number of federal employs ontrar ento nt e-ha miion peope a ey the federal oe does know tt hat n m
vidual declaring: "Me Wother- by about half a me l e l better has editorial med the bass of rest corporats. of us c afford to ore an or- Government than th i
Heck no I work for the "It represents precarrely ouhe an Expert on Public Employv for Ed ch orial Laudas Interity,a s. It partoa that trilnebutoiythat
olv'mlnt." kind of u nct ensate attack uponRelations," published in TheO kl aho moT mm siece, ewhmlb. csta9l8d

n "Comment on the kndI of laion, but alyo subsequently, In Japan. Hlf oethe tot andber of oriea a the Pee page thu hi f
.e of the NFFE Pres- the American citizens In the sun- Efficiency oEmploye In re to an ed l percent rot ri o tio.
2 h nt Luther C. Steward wrote public service who are per- the Oklaomsa C oI t(okl.
r the Baxter Lane Company, forming duties which the Con- "In this letter you quote out The following .torial, headed "Federal Employes," was Times the views eNo"The.hthe
arillo, Tx. producers of the grss of the United States has of context a letter sent by publisof d recently b the an I n (Miss.) Daily News: have been a shtted afteul ows tion he ea4Ir .fre the
wathste follows: established upon insistent pub- President Frganklin D. Roosevelt ch of this ernent is ou -yoursand mine and "Your been ditol- the charaterial uo ral em trialufemlo .
'Our attention has been call- bus demand which s makinged t me, as President of the Na- 153.0.e other ecam'-We should, tM good citizens, have and to.quanet published fa St
h one of your post card It increasingly difficult to re- tional Federation of Federal some interest In tsa ftioies.-And as taxpayers, we all have colr 3, has bee called- to editorial
actions, 48-C, which con- irut and hold the moost compe- Employes, on August 16, 1937, a stake In te e liw 0ofI reoperm our- atten pepper not 'knu A hai t
ltutes a gross and repulsive tent men and women. exactly 15 years ago. "Thow set only one-el t ours is a hInge enterprise. Two-an- "This edtrial quotes a con- nplpye, tin eet m
e u l ine "Contrary to tne interprets- one half million peqtle asqen pleod by the Federalgoveran voted bocinlegget as eay in men, tim

in v for call n this to stantal reduction in the overu In this campaign It Ia just as Amlotetrateono and 2f In the vario u other government tgepa t eon is continue It Wl hi e
and womtenwho are serving the "It takes no l e of tioyouhave placed on i the at ment-morie than the tOl'r, cmploment of the Namn d poble t money

bFe o n dout the fact tcomplishat ed Is by a reduc- ositive as it is to point out trash er e a
r On Sick Leave ton In services. That a matletterroras and misreprthesentations l "Anoti erroneous Nopr of us that the.oo r btablert J-thn thee
loyTypical o corrections o mis- term ned by the Congr less. For exa-employe relationshian- ter oflastonly p artle arone w we all pay In bOOt
emens necessary on he ut are employed to ca out not onk e Insurancth e Compderal G- for and actweh ts our d yee -daytivitm. "* t a ars, to,:ls that.
matter of ck leave isn the foin ly concernedall over a situation has of federal whied ts be- loaf the ang ashoigud aofthe_ eseor
or' Involved mmunican t his sort of ltionch as abut also subsequeindntly,, definitely Japan. "Haonof the totconstructive next er or nenhbo. feventfve pde t eth e th lt
hinews s, of rouyaginaw as, which unreasoning "hatletaults made up side wth repec to the Ferdedr employes are men, twety-five peneist u" h .y b K e

as been published by thatlon American .citizens in there service and its employes thbeen psuretd Ptors eplebp tols vie tndte 1U in------emus--------
I wapapere Federal service It is becoming an advertisement and leaflet compe-tive requirements of the C ei e ri+*. 8ye mlnn+1n
"Our attention has been call- more and more difficult t6 get headed "He's a Public Man in yea percent are excepted from Civlrervlc ptitive re- ,.'
ee can be rticle dealing withe qufactled people either to enter a therleete pr ca no uremthignby i ttoteat exetudi ve ofoi -c m-otf. .- 'ev.e ,n .In. 9,',"
S ih reIment of Mr. Archis a e service or toand revolmaing there. The Ni wrote l to the Presi- stan r t1M f aate lad when ye vesaertn d wah a- n-

thandert assistant postmaster dent of the company as Tollows. ad radar abot cearment eaploye al those
ch appeared on the editor- Editorial Followed a letthis hog the publwhich cordial anc- ai the department of i nta l eene w e tandfaO rd_

- KnaYeYou The News for Sep- knowledgement has been receiv- of mntearity and tre average of enmcientha e re of bepophlly qulfe epefp h es mo h a.lfm
veryimberr 14 under the heading ,"A c3rtoonwhich depicts all ed: high."
cartoon, and becaOld tandard.ederalreed to the Natederal Fedr- three grops of emoyes centgsts up morethl three- irtOM srvi

t hope, in the, payublic in-bute clerkies stand opportunities doctors, "In a period e mployese be- of the eal for scores of ta-the taxpye., .00 a day on
that you will see ft toso ere in e theis csragnp oirns t asna o lawat adea the s n h employes nen Washingtton I -
nty, charged that sick leave business atomic researchers, brick- have beeption undergoing an almost aproe indta a mlone.dep 4etehhas' p flyels amd t .q ltyl:ofl--
Federal service long since eral, arpentmployers are qshipbuittlders unlimited amount of slander- cesbj eetedsai "Ito ma ire retoUs'1-Musr i* M
becomewin recognized as sme-in dro as money-swilling a s potederal ousresult somebody d bemplye b a b ene1910o.emel _lS. Y biublen newp ee.
oieds. "r B reveals no understanding. "It must be emphasl-ed, how. sent only -ihtht one percent oftra lpa
Onwe Sc k Lert a vn e apprec ta o n thefact that since s a 94, ev er, that the letter can no l the hig y ep o bneose l painIe s t l outing .r .tad slmt al to l
our interest in this matter more than 1,100,000 employee possibly be construed as anti. aofboaesInrth i mp. nI m tobiuiein t ahinhern. A ss m- 1951ustBsen

T-a ure you that this wa s have quit outright fr these union. Indeed, tle mcontraryn tis o e on l1io the totalworen W tont
ema sght on our paryt.on eo" We 400,000 last eretar, true." c Inura Com "rlemp aes -t h of arefrtesi 'siom- Tte

S t l have my assurance that alone reveroreuon a fact inite mind tta at ua bole qulh n aaItrt bo t facnll ot inmind tht I n ae d p lfr e ino

owino com mou cation rt Th irntw-hichaseau e sulth ofbicandawo deAfinil on the cstru ortive o next is 'theigbrs Ieveityfwn f Btuye pecetScyex
d lately era. know that the only way a sub-0 percent n th the Fede service and ite setplsoypertnh e r cIn nthet4of0thee emplry l HMel

w oper a l owng etederal service it ioming on hof res mand lafle e hOM ave beMn semea asis of trhos d a G
ale you for cai ng tlh s to stant reduction In th e over- In thiss campaign t s just as Am- I a ltration, d a I the various o a o hergverenttee it-wl
rttireenti ofnac th e ervel or toema cat Important to emphasize the ee whiTh Include 13 wt.ettrhPeeree, agBftre fat n wn to rwen-u4ed orantingaoi

or a ssitnt o bthea accomplis, hed aIsby a reduc-enpositive asoIt is t out at ravi abhiou dealt mh th- e ee;.o. .... adot .--
eaOn Sick Leave to dic n services. Tharalma F a t- errors and misrepresentations theer roneoustmprionth fSt is that teai tiS ut able to.u11
r of national policy as de-ederor distortions of fact. 0yes 0 F ral employees mobilized Isn Washintto to, to t- D
Typical of corrections of ie ers- termneer by the Congress. For example, the John Han- atera oiet, only 10 nt. the total work In W a
ments necessarye ow n their r "But we aroe concerned e, ep- cock Life Insu rance Company ttt e t"sa o cof. 4o u-pthSe thpeor-
ter of sic k leave isrn ho asthe fol- i nctei rheon n dr oha publihe e d mat of erginalswhich t sands In Washint ,. al the se emp"loy ewI Waoi

ie commune cation to The which as aresult of bind, definitely on the on structive nextW nethbor. h tvehtyefv percent.m oJ VS5mituet_

ae taken Fa cll federal service lAony s unidr taounetlo usa of slad- po sr in al dep**artments s alone.eon
e of Saginaw, Mich., which unre as oning assaults made of up- side with re a secttothe Feder- empl o i esi are men, t*lta ftve per t aB.e n M er
S been publis hed by that on American citizens ain d e h] service bandits employ e n- aeofo othee sam osma.esbre.1" y bi-
S ale we her he in s oa of thediri it c m e bteenhmding n cad esujsu ny e cdtof and be-ftia go pereuel aSmimino every ates dsta.
sur attention has been call- more and more difficult t6 get headed "He's a Public Man In Vonnperten. Tre OlSlk ^ P from Civil SWeit* 100- --v e r@-

to the article, dealing wit wh qualified p eholing to ent er a Private o8t 1 airoo t tn i tby stautel.o eeutive order.
retirement of Mr. archie the service or toremain there. The NFFe wrote toar the Preei- mT t hes facts r4n d oi when souhe'- gratin

der, assistant postmast er, dent of the company ie undeas follows, s nd o about uran m o a eof aqW-les;Woa KP 1a re KUyion

h Ispoeared on the editor- Editorial Fo f o eellyowed a letter to which cordial ac- in the department of 1 *oevenueaM048-m
Spae of The News for e entp- oknowledgement has been receiv- of Intemrty and the aver-ageofff-theelan." a'te.adly
r. 14 under the heading thouA t th hch depict Ne s, wa ed: viene an ri-
t c le fo d Standard ateder a e-.- ployesn t -sclt eChnt, a"tndion of tetroel nat es ia
Shyi article, pay ing tributeclerks, i eis nographers, doctors, "In a period when employee anes o he l-1
Mr. Zander's own devotion to nurses di meat inspectors, law- om the F e d e r a I Governgant Waedspor-c oresrofe the fewp2e- whichy are Wadayon
charged that 'sick leavein ycr aployee In all departmintrebd alone.tht' Im"l dire reif
come recognized as sohme-"-- as money-swilling t'ederal ous and bal saessabuse, an d patrioin c iexpressi m nga"tmhat "t.fa-rerifr

p t hi ovewl ye is Buren u e rats' represents a kind their conditions of employmentblwtoeim conditions ,rThhei
tled whether he is sicmp or of edotaorial Irre s2p,0,0 oivin l- have been p sade the subject of fair approach to more "cA f4alledothat
not ity which Is shocking to find buiess aniand ciousrtop-eovy industrial

nbht s d ays. The la w rovd rees t aueen od erni s derrc e n an satloes e a nd l yuarso in-
"e onleand in nho caderise, c hno wth their holdNews.ir woicevden.s fthefilure f of tnerhe beer -uhaI oteedralt-o n & heaW
l days, misreprededntbasio of"Weir anpolticslhavenothaiting todsensty ubjectedafden be- eant. provides al.OinJy ttbe-kind
be added temostpr rn-Ssqety the v i -Thef ideagovandingoth to ue napprto oah t lae the glueso ew t The

B a completely misstated the es even If it were, able to alone more than 400,000 em-'du"tMte
wtrespect to Federal so. ployes quit outright.
leave as a whole." "For one thing, new ones are "We believe that suc h -
.-v hard to come by in these days statements as yours com- "But better fiasia I
3,000,000 Hogs of high employment and pay in nl from a source, namely, ter apportu-itels
private business and industry business and. finsau which no eMas ane
Ww ~s D~y News pub-,And you can't, for example, often has revealed a st*pu for the
1 ,n lnga phogIpick up atomic energy tech- myepa with respet to te
p.008,~ 0 Federal Bu- clans among deserve~ pre- wmplex questions of Federal maen and women. I
at a trough swilling inct workers. personnel addanimstsatiot. "A poweful 4
W s Mot sted byI "Civl service itself has not e be of the stmet scon-. fout the
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has collaborated In the center'
development, .
The ceter .now. furnishes: f'q
services, damely. diagan
field cousultation, research a.nd
training, AiVliable upon, requta
to all cooperating govesi tt.
With hW additional faMNa
now-, available, ax~week tti-
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dearly in 063. -One coune
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Central Thbatre
$2 3 & 4.
Ticke~ton sale in Canal Zone
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ltA r .at .Colorado Unlver.
S, i aree 'perimenting with
SArts d brass, as well as Iron,
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t tht approach to welded
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)arg welded Iron with tro-
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near nf sculptor, Zad-
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WA8BEGTOQN Dec. 6 -One
of the JoaWt patient and skill.
ful of fishermen fp another fish,
a cutious creatue posssesed of
a buitn fthin g rod and apt-
17 called the anle f Rish.
The angler fish is not cap-
ble of mush underwater. speed,
and obtaIna its food -. small-
er fish by dangling a "bait"
at the end of the rod to at-
tract dinner.
In the National Geographic
Society's new Book of Jribef,
edited by Society Vice Presden
John Oliver force, Louis
Mowbray, a former Curator of
the ermuda Government
Aquarium, writes of the angler
in a chapter entitled "Certdn
Citizens of the Warm Seas"
"The approach of an angler
fish to Its chosen victim Dr.
Mowbray says, "I a leson I
patience, and us.e of, th
'fishing rod' Is. a woi of art..
"Lterally, there is an ap-
Mpndage which may be rae d
or lowered at wil, situated n
the head of the angler fish be-
tween the eyes and the mouth.
In the outer extremity of the
rod Is a filamentous growth re-
sembling a small worm wch
is dangled frantically In front
of the small fish to attract t
The angler remains complete-
ly immobile while presenting
the bait, only moving, and then
very slowly, if the prey is not
sufficiently attracted by the
"'worm," wlich is quickly, with,
drawn If the smaller flah strikes.
Thi is likely to be the victim
ast movement, because thean-
gler by this time Is sufflcletly
cloe to open its huge mouth
and swallow Its dinner.
All the more common fresh
and saltwater fish found in
North American waters are
shown in color plates In "The
Book of Fishes," and their hab-
Itl size and value as food or
-ame are explained.
The book explodes some in-
accuratp beliefs about fish. It
points out that huge manta
rays, or devilfish, are harmless
creatures despite their forbid-
ding appearance, and explains
that such ordinarily voracious
fish as sharks and barracuda can
be 'civillzed" and seldom attack
when regularly fed In captivity.

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News story with a Balti6ore their wives either. It just
dateline: "A 31-yea-old lan theY love h because.,
punched his wife when she stay- fers them a chan e to
ed away from home to go fish- pletely away from the
lnq4_. their existence; to be
n"Tie judge discovered that awhile instead of bus 4
both husband and wife like to think their own tho
fish. Now every time hubby goes terrupted: or Just to
flishin for the next 18 months un fresh air u *
he, nst take wife along. think about no
"If he doesn't he'll have to In these day .of
serve 30 days in jail, a sentence small yards, b.ig b
the judge suspended." crowded buses and
That may be Justice, and pro- losy restaurants, etc.,
bably is, but sl it also wisdom' way a lot of men can evt
Wouldn't it have been wiserjor little peace and net is tB
the judge to guarantee the wife alone with a tiL E
the right to go fishing whenever Wives may mg to
she liked. rather than to have just as badly. But n
told the husband that whenever to say husband and wife
he went fishing he had to take do their fishing together
hit Wife with him? they botl like it that w
7 One of the great joys of fish- They're much too
Int, qa anyone who likes to fish spend the time fighting
mows, is to get away from it all. of fishing.
"It an" often includes home and
'srrs.as well as problems and Just Us Chickens '
I Lots of men who spend their WEST BRATTLEBORO
Hves looking forward to fishing (UP' -A new four-story !hBS
trplt would rather give up the will bebuilt here to acew
Sport than know that they could 20,000 occupants but SorW
roat et away without their wives discriminary note: you
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Beef Buying Takes Planning
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tOOKING FOR TWO. you can easily get four tasteful beef dishes
at from one fve-pound. wedge-bone. sirloin steak.

-If you are cooking just for Beef Stroganoff. a quick and
t'o and want good beef dishes intriguing combination of b?ef
witbin your budget, this "case and sour cream, is the fi-
hiltory" will guide you. 'nal dish from this one cut
.*In giving tips for meats forl
t4e -twosome' to a recent bride," Sirloin Brochettes
Zth Bailey McLean, co-author (4 small or 2 large servings)
of- Martha Logan's Meat Cook-
b ok, said, "I've suggested that Three-quarter-pound sirloin
sa purchase a family-s 1 z e d, of beef, 4 slices bacon, 12 mush-
w hdge-bone sirloin steak, cut be- room caps, salt and pepper, melt-
teen 1 112 to 2 inches thick., ed butter or margarine.
While this cut. which weighs
Aroximately 5 pounds, may ap- Cut meat into 1-inch cubes.
l&r to be large, it actually is Cut bacon into 1-inch pieces.
a economical and usable cut Thread beef, bacon and mush-
,lch will provide four hearty room caps alternately on metal,
and interesting meat servings for skewers. Season with salt and
tD people.". pepper. Brush with melted but-
,or a festive meal, two bone-' ter or margarine (or garlic-fla-
ls steaks may be cut from the vored salad oil). Broil 3 inches
sllable, tender, center steak from heat source Turn to brown
mscle. These steaks will weigh on all sides, about 8 to 10 min-
aBroximately 314 pound each. utes.
'W tender muscle is easily
idintlfied in top-grade beef for Tereyaki
It well outlined by fat marb- (2 large entree servings)
and tissue.
The remainder of the steak One pound thinly sliced sir-
W amount to more than two loin steak, 112 tablespoon finely
ds of meat after the bone chopped fresh ginger root (or
d fat trimmings have been re- 1 teaspoon powdered gingeri,
aed. Cut two thirds of this 1 clove garlic, chopped fine, 1
ftlat into 112-inch strips and small onion, chopped fine, 1 ta-
rest of the meat in 1-inch blespoon sugar, 4 tablespoons!
S es. soy sauce, 2 tablespoons water.'
ILan to use the cubed beef in
airloin Brochettes threaded on Cut sirloin steak Into serv-
sewers, alternating with mush- ing-sized pieces, or 112-inch
ram caps and bacon slices Half strips. Make a sauce of the gin-
oeithe silvered meat may be us- ger root, garlic, onion, sugar, soy
eilln quick Tereyaki, an easily sauce and water. Pout over meat.
pared dish of Japanese on- Let stand 1 to 2 hours, at least.
o In which the beef slices are Spread out on a shallow pan
dhtked overnight in a soy sauce and broil 3 to 5 minutes on each
,ture then broiled, side. Serve hot.

SBastic Mitt Rubs Soil Away
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t9buld you like to get stub- "
born soil out of your fine lin-
g rie 'without washing it thread-
b are? A now product on the mar-
ket is designed to do just this.
a smooth and. pliable plastic
mttt with cording across the
palm acts as a gentle washboard
againstt *hlch you can rub your
ihe tgbrlcs without worry. '
K ouowage may find it conveni-
eat, .iao, for removing especi- '
ally htavy soil from clothes be-
fore baachlne laundering. Made
ftvro a rubberized plastic the
mitt Is lightweight and strong.
It your hands feel stiff, so
, that i' ean't. use any washing
product with comfort, try a
ew exercise to bring back flex-
.ility. Por instance:
Let-your hands flop and shake
them vigorously for at least a
F a mthe fingers of one hand
hard against the fingers of the
oether.-Then make a fist. Alter-
nate the pushing and clenching,
Extend your arms before you
sad tatke fists. Rotate the fists New rubberized plastic mitt
to the lght in a circular mo- with washboard-like cording
tio, n your wrists to turn does a gentle but effective Job
.i. 0tem. Then make circles to the on soiled lingerie.
IP QP before you feel strain.
.-. 'I- hands on a table. fingers more limber and tends
-w-~ r each finger, beginning to lengthen them.
-14' i6 thumb. as high as it Manage your hands with lo-
v.: l fl Slowly lower each one tion or cream. before putting on
.- d Je It relax before lifting the waWshin mitt or undertaking
Ste oat. This will make your any kin- of housework.

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A different exercise system deslip
the woman in the home but equally
girls employs simple, inexpendi
make the exercises easier. Mode
and leg slimming routine abovev
daily which should take about o0
a piece of black elastic that's loo
she puts a hand through one loop
leg through the other. Then she
high as she can, using the elm
LThis exercise will also strength
NEA Beauty Editor

Your desire to reduce or re-
distribute weight through exer-
cise may have been completely
frustrated at the start by fa-
tigue or discouragement at the
time exercises take.
There is no doubt that many
courses of exercise are difficult
and fatiguing, evei heart-strain-
ing .for girls wh have never
gone in for calithenis.
However, there Is no sub-
stitute for moderate, well-plan-
ned exercise in the promotion of
bodily grace, suppleness and
There Is now a program of
exercises especially designed
for the woman in the ho" e -
that will not fatigue, for it-ie-
ploys a simple, Inexpensivt aLp-



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ly go for career strat ret eg 4~'.id
lve apparatus to atin e t Is -."
el does the thigh wide D e li Jusit ..blds i'e ....
e left) 25 times ylajta As ( ,,,e 'ot, fat '
ne miaute. Usin rkeaher PaIet to) ftr about S Mlix-
ped at each end, srk thee a a- -s .ad sa lleatg g
and the opposite 11a d neS e egS o aggar .
raises the leg as, s
istic as a lever. Now, #-
en back muscles. kk yet Mg throu gh* $iiwhh

paratus to help her. It will hot deir eonto to' the thighs ad up, yr bust stnhI .prove the ttroplic4.*O an
take up too much of he. val__ unable arms ja at the same eontpu.rs of. o& .i ap .%U.U *il ei
time as each exercise in the le- st enellnthe upper bs" . ."nrugl- ah. U.reis.:.
ries takes but one minutes Five muse: tech yor t-"-- u "
five minutes daily. Simply alip your left leg i Still another pr"p-i
The simple apparatus refer- through one ofp your..eIA -".

work. It Is just a piece of black arm and ift the. Ul :tet.
elastic about three inches wide Do this about 26 .u*e L. .
d a yard long. Make a loopfat peat w oW
each end bY bendingeoit a asp. lb S'abfl
pIece about.toree inches sre ute ie praL
long and sewing it down flrm- you let asm as 't
Shigher wt the aot theM J-lei..
Te eft)astic, as you will stretching, elastic.

Here Is a good exercjW-Idor half of your d while you de!qu,' .11.W- .
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tenants get together
through our want-ads
every issue. Turn to
the want-ads. Check
tem now I

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These Christmas gifts for women include both the ta
the practical. Giant wing-tip scarf (left) is hand-screm
taffeta lined in contrasting wool Jersey. It ea be
side out. For after dark (left center), there's a stobe
black Chantilly lace glittering with sequins. Fitted ca
center) comes in satin-or suede, neatly holdM ll the m
a woman packs into her handbag. Handbag accesseo

NEA Woman's Editor
NEW YORK -- Christmas Is
the one time of year when wo-
men. generally speaking, can be
divided into two categories. One
includes women who prefer lux-
urious gifts (furs, perfumes,,
jewelry, lingerie and cosmetics).
The other takes In women who
would mucd rather have a wash-
ing machine, an iron, some wool
lies or possibly a new carpet
When you've a woman on your
gift list, therefore, all you need
do is put her into her proper ca-
tegory. The only thing that
can possibly upset your pan is
the possibility that the [ te-
loving woman may decide to
pract al just this once ad
prtical woman may Wel
ye dangerously for .a eb .
In that eatttagger t te'.
storee a4 0 eyes

can wear it for years;
ury-lover will reveal la
rent elegance. For s
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'"- .** 10" MRS. RICHARD E. KRE SE
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.Cet9a Ef.. o Colon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.*M-' I b eM the bride of Rlbar4d K. Kresge, of
.l'6M taad Mrs. Raymond AHlen Krese, of Seran-
.,*.c' e eandleUiht service at the Churcs of the
r .X'^oupemony was performed by Father Wil-
AC .1t 'se a o'elock last evening.
Bw used to. grace St. Mary's Academy and has
.-J td tapers been employed by W lford and
inm arle baskets McKay Steamship .Office. Mr.
Lilies and Kresge sla employed by the Locks
the pews. Division at Gatup.,
o-w. ..'e e e ., .
parent Wm Anau, Football Dinner
1 4R ..atT;.t Gn Qua -
oiVze.anj The Annual Football Dimnner,
Re." no.- which isa given by t0 Atlanti
Sd t church Side Boosters was held at t4e
l IrlflT*a.O t fatber, by Cristobal Gun Clu Friday even-
16 wu B -.tarrJae.. Int to honor the Cristbobal ligIr
T ,j. *, gowfQi 'School Football team. Sergeant
ae ,_ '^a bodice Henry DeRaps served as the
W ahl.pe69- master of ceremonies.
e* of pleUted Informal talks were given by
t la a embroidered the principal bf the school, Mr,
Soutline' the Paul Seek, the team's coach. Mr
-WA fitted- uk Pafuuqbq Sd'CdCo i Paul
tliznbd 'th o-ser.
ttna,3 verbout--. A humorous.gpture was made
: .. jlhoQe_ and the team when the Captain
-Vee at i 'Vernon hBryant presented Coact
B. Ildrto rI tM1 b1"1 a footba, le ith handle;.
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--ofni mmber -of tbfiteam w -prcv.
ive~r lseat. Also guests for the, eypn-
n'o eim Kancy ifger: acIaOl. Kelly,
t $ Blaiqulta M. ftiH elen D]BC .
He .drqI, Ann Thomaaf.Merowdes Pf
- ab em *4 alt-rnatmmu J0n M- Io
v-thl 46L, alea and BRbara' ik.The
.f .t ias a l pt t. They
suwla e Judy Paumbb ad Donald
v lera. Hfumphrey.-
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atd.. MIs FareweorIabHe Wo t
Iramses to The .mplpoo n .puof
nor i Wqora Dek i et m ,t, Ua 1
Jtia: ted States 4ma tata
ye ow. ?d a. *- kOW 36 $ti A
uet f supper and dan St aVt I- ik. i'

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, -.and MJrs. CE. oer
.Ea --a. and Mrs. Ll. J.lrth, Mr. o
J)s< e tnd Mrs.-W, W. Jtp1Iw, Mr h
na Mrs. K. E.. lfled. i and t
Ie'I, Larry Cefluei. Mr. and
U401 M W, E. I'Hayer,M

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Mr Ad Mrs



atensen and Mr. PaIge Holl-

Heiate Bridge Games ,..
e Atlantic Bridge Club- will
hold its weekly card game# at
the Margarita Clubhouse tomor-
rToW evening. All bridge. enthud-
Siasts are cordially invited to foln
the group.
Winners of last week's Kerte
were: North and South. Mr. and
Mrs. Garland Orr, 2nd. Miss
Jeanne Doble and Mr. Harm
SFriendland; 3, Mr. and Mrsa
SLyni Cottrell.
East and West. John Flenl#n
'and B. Talns, 3, Berant- ans
Mrs. Edward Dickinson,; ; Mr
Russell Weade and Mrs. Porer

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Mrs. L aim I ag er
law, r.htef a u .Louis an

viait Sergese "* "P. Thomas
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tMi, ,and Fi,. a
wit the celebrat g hion-
In eatun % .-
law, Mr.a S.. Lefli
wnth ndvKal rPauline w
I visit SergeakAV"YAtVrs. Thomas
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The dSA- Mulsicale Will
meet -tomOrrAn Owe n nlnd at the
homno M. CFlod M. GeniDer i
Mtgarit. CThetopghai c odiscus-he
sion wUl be the. Oratorio,.
-Member& -ao reminded to
brinn a small, l Rft for a Christ
maa elehiage.
Sieffrey oa r telebratues
e S ugterht son of Mr
an F..-ghtpr, be-
came claied a teen-agi
witt the celebrxtblWVf his thir-
teenth birthday- mnrpveragry Fri
Cay at the home of htk parents
In Gatun.
. A Christmas theme was use
In the decorations and en the
birthday cake. Bingo was played
with indiviIal prtie and BA
grand prize of a dollar.
Th atmes included; Joe an<
Diane H1znnigan. Linda Geye
Raymond Croft, Floyd McDer
mitt. Jay Cunningham. Radwe
fladell. Mike Dare, LemOln Wer.
]n. Eileen. and David Rogers and
Louise-Tate with Buddy and Ter

Birthh sr ^ At

for a.btmd ay"gY ai Wth
haT.a Aniho otdI Walt

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Isthmlan theater-goers wil be
offered another long-rn BoMe-
iv when the" e ttd ,l I up ex
he Diablo Theater MI
dnction of "Voice of th__a'TE
It's due.. trtwypWleT.Imae-.
Dec. 17 d
Anne. LAO.
Wew York-Atcu, .
An at* t le a
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romlsep tO ,-
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les of Albama and_ WSa
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ordinary cigarettes - that's the time to light up a KOOL!
KOOL'S specially blended finer tobacco
bring back long lost smoking pleasure.
No matter how many KOOLS you
smoke, you'll always enjoy their
KOOL, refreshing flavor. As
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KOOL cigarettes, for
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Lack Of A a reft Waterway MA. AA
M~ght Wither Midwes industryhJ.Im
o -
CanaW la ettlng quites Ipa- Truman and his callers agreed, i-
tient 11."-ow Uure to t or however., that once Canadi getz A"-.
ent bal th1 baterl con- into full-seale construction of its
struction of the St. Lawrence part of the waterway-which Cba- 1rES WS 1 1 im "-, .
waterway. President .Truman nada intends to do after the '
told a Congressional iroup last U.,P. resolves the hydroelectrick .
week. nower question-there will be a D l
&"If it's the last thing I do. I psychological incentive fo:. Con- I I ..
war.t to get some definite action gress to appropriate funds tc be-
before leaving the White House, i4, construction of our section
iau Canada can go ahead with its nf the giant seaway.
nart of the joint project." Tru- --
r man advised Congre man John 7
ot lJo rlinLicense CHRISTMAS SHOPPI NE
Digell and Ta u Mar-
Blatnik of Minnesota and Join as A Allit
lu nski of Illinof *ll DemB all"DUo- NW W IAlUS

He said that the congressional EXC S. Dakota S:
'oiomy bloc supported by rail- S ,
mad and coal Interests, has ben UT IGE. Mass. (U P'~ FIRST
the chief barrier to voting mo- South DVkota Is the only state F I RST
d' r ', nh, e- isn rerd.ohver a lotoiest We have now on display, and are continually
there was a ood chance that the or di examination. of receiving, the widest assortment of
xt GOP congress fi nall Would. A alonwid, o receiving, the widest assortment of
wake uo to the vital defense fac- requirementI for motor v 'e ei
tors of the seaway, which would P1errators, conducted by the A- 1-
,.'ve the United States a sorely cart Optical Co., showed
Steed.d ijnand ship lane tothe that the only requirement for Q U A LIT Y G IFT S
ro t re.'fi.elds of Labrador. driving in South Dakota Is an ,
Another obstacle has been a age minimum of 15 years.
backstage battle over the hydro- Tha' 195 survey revealed that I f om Europe and America, at prices to suit
electric rights to our part of the Idaho and Missourt now require I
proposed St. Lawrence project, driver examinations after passing e e budget.
The President s41d he hoped to more qsringent laws. Theso states r u
Iron this out before leaving tle Jpreviouly did not require an o- i
White Hduse, possibly by a coN- pero to b examined before ) TWO.
promdse which would give New obtaini.ng license T IW .
York State the Dower righcts in ,Cst oA I driver's license ranges .
return for the industrial advan fromWcents for four years In i By saYing your cash purchase receipts for $5.00
tVage of raw materials which the 'Carolina to $3 for one year B s y r ec.ep f ,
waterwA would bring to midwedt a Jersey. A driver must be or over, you may win on Dec. 28,1952, one of the
steel'a auto platkt a eat 14 years old In six states
e"1 Vetly fear theed Jersey Other following prizes:
) ees ttf oip" MMdwest a kre t sl~e8.a.e varying age require-r l r"
Lakes 6d1u6ries uhileW1Qkg. ine uts .between these ages.
nrvl d y soonm fmd our.i .rt &-eoy p.,atte in the'nation bars, ,
of th 'ofetl declared DinDell drivers with mental or physical FIRST PRIZE:
o et t...... 4; unfitness records, thput hndu-
"o oe eopits ea e Me- a'sper d" nma i licensed An 86 Pc. "Mintons" English Bone China Dinner Set
itftis rue -J." boelag i n most stAtes'wlth special driv- (Service for 12)
Oteis', a 1 ing devices. About half the states
deplet unile awe ha bar drivers with police records.
seaway to hrilUE Ilp atlM ta Standards of vision vary SECOND PRIZE:
immediately MurathAstr- th onghout- the nation. Some
lea Ty way at.the.S Liawetice states require "perfect" 20, 20 vi- A 48 Pc, "Orrefors" Swedish Hand-Cut, Full-lead Crystal
* and eventually fttm the ridh san wi others will license a
Sore flo t ofa Lbraoer. li nd in one eve if his o- Set (Service for 12)
"Depletion. of he'Me sa-r eye rebecks 20170 with or
a Ratne would aea. not only thi w0ltdut lassea.
shitilnr of the- midwest's auto -,teeftfurths of the states re- THIRD PRIZE:
d and steel hisdustrie to the east. uu`t_ h 'et9ng ability tests and A Beautiful "Lenci lian Hand-Paned Centerpiece.
t err. Dart of e t opr. biu t a- b ig tt3q for color blindness. A Beautiful Lenc Itaa Hand-Painted Centerpiece.
. consequent witherInx of popula- Eleven s*tes check for depth "
1 tion in the midwest." perception.


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You Sel 'emIWhen YouT ell 'em thru P.A. eifieds!
Leave youm Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street-- Panama
Nuo. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. ana


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No, 55 West 12th Street

Carltoe Drug Store
10.050 MelInde Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n

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Agencia laternacional de PublicaC100tS "H" Street corner Estudlac
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,;Ii.A ve.-Phone -0J41 w oir ..... .",:(B
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lot.ery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phoneas 2-2214 and 2-2798 C. 8CE 8W OI word. AM.
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I I 8:15-eRdio Varieties, U.B.A.JL

,Ho tielo,1 AlltmnE hilel Doe ye have drinklg prDtelrml. Furnished houses On Beach at Santa PRaOFS IUONAL 9:3u-Lo n h Studio Meodie ** -
H,-eld Write AleshelMtlle Aenyumeu. Dei Clara. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa (BBC)
FOR SALE: Household furniture. Imported Used Tires & Tubes at Bar- 2031 Anaes C. Z. 1389, or see Caretaker there. 10:00-Mldc In the Tempo Of
H No. 3014, Los Cumbres. ga;n Prices, at Agencis Cosmos,
Yuth beds nd des, living and Auto-Row No. 29, Tel. Panama GRAND XMAS SALE: All at ba- Phill'P Oceanside cottages, SantaRjz'0
ningroomuthsbeds wanddesmachnliving e- 2-4721. gain price. Frhtocks Philippine Clara, Box 435., Balboo. Phone RATS #e U10-. Other Band
dningroomdea -On 951 Chevrolet r s h Paname 3*1877. Cristabal 3-1673. N O M on RLY it :e t
f, gerator, deep freeze, venetian Rattan and mahogany furniture. Paonama s.,1877. Cristobal 3-1673. XlPmawir 01U7 5. il,.1.5--PITRON J.O SNT -- 11. ( ord woe l 1
t, deep freeze, venetian FOR SALE:-One 1951 Chevrolet Large lassortment Chnll., novel-IF YOU R. WANT
binds, lawn mower, metal batteries Bel Air with Power Glide. T. T. ties etc. W. T. LUM. 61, 4th OG Gromlich Santo Clara beach. IF OU RALLY WANT PtrOnio Talor Shop 11:.t ,-d
for chickens. M. G. Sportser 2000 rey. 1 3000 Miles. Can be finn- July Ae. Tel. 2-2446. otta Electric ice boxe, gas TO oT RID O f -M f
riles. Phone Panama 2-1326. C ed. Days call Baa 1322. After moderate rate. Telephone 12:0u-Time for Mua ll(BBC)
H. Johns. Six P. M. .3540. Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. 6-441 Gomb 4-567 Pedro Mi. U F'.M. P.M.
Estudiante Street No. 140. Between Owl 20- r Witness o
_ _ _ __oce an_9_ _ _ 12:30- A N ew W itne se for C hrist 12; 0 .-U6 be m ) M u si&* .
FOR SALE:--A porcelain 9 cu. OR SALE:-1941 Oldsmobile con- "K" an J" street. Phone 2 l M A R -F R,.. The .o tal Show 12:39..Pop la M =.
G. E. Refrigerator 25 cycle, $60. vertible. Good condition. $150.00. 3479, Panama. -rK RENT Rat J M !ou f :0- a caSh 1 *OO-; tel -9 -st lej-
02. 0774-1 Williamson Place. Wiliamon Qe. Phone I ENT Rat & MouI:.i, o_
Phone Balboa 4172, between 4 and Balboa 2-4172, between 4 and 7 JUNGLE JIM JAeUNT EL PANAMA.N E R cont s WAR i Ver Re.Ak eal er li
C1 P..P(ontains r VRw .4.ev. Albert-Bt~eer 1s6
____________ m .Sponsored by Hotel- EL PANAMA. Aptrtmeray :
p. OP__SALE:_ -Bdcocifne,3 full days. Leave Friday Decern- 2; M., 5p:0e
FOR SALE: Bed, cot, chiffonier Attention Canal Zone Auto-Owners: ber 12, 7:30 A, M. Return late ALHAM0iA APARTMINT EO F. NOVEY, t nur 2--t's t
cast of drawers, kitchen table, all We pay "CASH" for your car, and unday aternoon. December 14. o i d -" 0-Wat Tour a t 2:0-Afte
pi o urnihed and 279 Central Ave. '8tr. 2l-1-U.ntt,
n-:tal. Library table, wood. 2 mat- sell on "TERMS" at Agencies Cos- Fishing through the Pearl Islnds, fuid e turni 27 central 't 2:-Ot t
'ishing;through tht for LivnI 3:00--The An dsotcrc.
tresses. 6 chairs. Bed stand. 0428mos S. A. on Auto-Row No. 29. Tel. visiting with the primitive Choco losed rden. iOth Stree:-tghtor 3.0-The ALS
Aot. B. Ancon 8:00 to 11:00 a. m Panama 2-4721. Open all day on Indians, spearing crocodles, jack w 7 rstobl. rglon o Col MOD-reatestBtory Ee 3:e
FOR SALE: Refrigrtor,$60. Saturday. light hunting, cruising up the MODERN FURNIT E
Balboa3254. Tri:gmr, 1574-J.FOR SALE: 192 Buick Special Sombu river aboard El Panamo's F l 7 00."TO el Notebook (VOA) 4:00-M. ic Ih. t a

pa;d $450.00 for it, beds and FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Black rate to club groups 'wishing to FOR RENT -Lro o r :00-Dnce MUSICe 520-WhtR your oro i
'ashrei sFOR15.00'eahving FOR room.cn.0:0- ceMusic5: Yo
mattress, $15.00 each, livingrcom Roadmoster, 4 door, radio, tires in charter boot for Darien Pearl Is- tarlly located, Bell Vist. n 10:3-Te Greatest Story Evr (Cotd)
set $60.00. House 309 Herrick Rd. good condition. Coll J. B. Barrera, lands trip. For reservations phone trily- located, Bello t. d- TL d 5:30-News
facing Ancon Court. Tel. 2-1704. Jungle Jim Hotel EL PANAMA, Pd entrance, one or two man 1:00-gn Off 5 35-What's Your Vo rite
-FOR SALE:-Mohogany China closet. FOR SALE:-1950 Morris Oxford, 3-1660 or ee your Trvel Agent.
Combination Record Player, Rdio. 10,000 miles like new. Also 1946 Are you looking for Rotton Peel to Tra lsprt.s Bater, S. 6:00--FADS AND- F aON5
SAex washing machine. Phone 2- udson Club coupe, price $550. repair your furniture? Get it at FOR SALE 6 y* Dec. 8 :30- lkys RoW4 S8op a-.1
3C07. House 882 Morgan Avenue. Phone 3-4249, Panama. "Eureka" on Central Avenue No. Shipping, -moving, tor A.. -:4-Lowen Thm .
B:...... ..' FOR SALE:-1949 Nash Ambassado around th corner of Mia eoun We pack amo rate or move 00I a The Alr 7 0
OR SALE:- Two refrigerators, May- Tudor Custom. Radio, overdrive. stled bids in tripl will b r anyth 'Pon 22451, 0-alon .
S wa machine 3 speed re- bed, extras, $995.00. 163 Pedro We dye dresses, S all k of idsi triplicate Engi be re- anything. 'Phone 2-24 oVaslsot 4-
cc.d player. All 25 cycle, four Miguel, 4-371. materials. "Layarnderip Tropical" and C onstruction Directer, Panama g2502-.M eeL S:0-.5-Z g 815111o 8.
wicker choirs, Rattan two ,seat andContructionD
wicker chirsn stole, large plttn twoy pen FOR SALE-1942 Buic Convertible. plant, vla Espafl (Sabanos) No. Canal Company, 11lb Height, :00-NwI U. mmenary
Cu .wn .e'b 1806. duty paid. Leaving Zone, must 830. Telephone 3-0871. Branch, until 10:00 o. m. January 20. :1S-Come Mit It 9:O .1 t-fu 0 w (VOA)
CCnBb oa o806.------ dispose $250.00. Cal m East 24t tl amm. Avenue. Te- 1953, and then opened in public, HAf :0 1 :3T
FOR SALE:-Chiforobe, davenport. Baloa 2-2553. Sunday 10:00 ephoe 2-1346 Panama. f furnishing all plant, tool, "U 10:--ews 10:200f-S t 'O a or
c:"3ir, 2 bookcases, desk. Apply m. to 2 p. m. Weekdays 8:00 a. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! equipment, moaterialt (except c D. a 3. R IL .AC 10:&-Oft. theMRecord 0 T
'Y r:;no Aro:2meno No. 52, atob, m. to 4:00 p. m FROM, PANAMA TO MEXICO tain listed 'it~teriJs to be furnish- (Palmr. Graduate l1:0.-eWk 11:00-ThLe Nest'
FOR SALE:--Noige refrigerator 25 ,. SALE: 1950 Super De Luxe one wy8, round trip $1 15 ed free by the vernment, labor O aICE HOU8 1:05 -Of.the Record (contd) 12:00- ign O. -
ccle, 8 cu. ft. 2 1-2 yeo c Calina. Hyamtic day-limit), $165, good one year) and services od for performing r I I l0-M t t
e 8 cu ft 2 1 Hydramatic, rto LOS ANGLES, one way, $149. all.work for CnnstrucioI of bild uPe
ntee remaining, $200.00. Perfect di, heater, air conditioning w-s-w to LOS AN one way,$149. llworkforconstructionof build- ue Tel. 1:-Ne Thu e. 1'
0. 7 a' us! cntti fS u; d! 9^ L..2.0-New Thurad"y, qiiII.eir 43.,84
condition. Phone Balboa 2-1936. Very good condition. Tel 2-1245. 15, round trip $252.35, 90 day- ings and appurtenances and altera- (f block frin Lux Th!apt"
condition. Phone bo__ -45 Corozal Hopital Road. limi. Panama Dispatch Service op- tions to existing building, for Pt- PM
iin O rd -*45Coo Hopta Rod- pos te ncon bus stop. Tel. Panama raiso School, Canal Zone. Bid ch t2:0P.-LiCh eon. Mus
IROn IOnr ere FOR SALE -1941 Packard Sedan. 2-1655. dules, forms of proposals, specifi-. FOR TOUR REQUIREMENTS 12:3 P MUiC -3
P"O TION OFFERED. Staomshih duly paild, good motor and trans- cations. and full particulars mny gIn, ..- Z nt I 812:3iP -
alo B re, shorano leovingCanal Zone. LESSO S be obtained from the Contract and L MB:15.-.ir e W nllt ara
st experiE ccd e, ot nat 1',one Dfa:I'o 2-3177. Inspection Division, Roo 336 NAIV LUMBER -u "

i-3 for interviewA onaogr. Box cn be financed one third dwn. Begnnng Saturday, December 13. cmlcations and dawing be
2U, Balboa. Canal Zone Curunduhouse 2139-B. and every Saturday thereafter for ...e
1.,6 weks ifti mn rr i .. t ,, .. .
2u0;, Balboa Lar nol _______ 16 weekFors, the University of P an-se D.. e oposit will be foof if . -
mit Ipak Englsh-Spansh. Colon Sportsmon green, rd s t, ners, nterme iate and advanced rmed withn 0 das ftr ope
Jewelry, 10 St. between Balboa- 750 x 15 tires. Amason. 0775-G. Spdnsh for Am eri. ns Hour be- "f u i lM S
Fro W ~lhamonA Pace B oltad. -ginners. 8:30 to 10 a. m. Inter- .-OR SALE:- Boby furniture rl, cib. '"a- 4 OWN'. ' ""
SWA.D:_iMole juniorr accountant C M ' mediate: 8:30 to 10 a. m. Ad- most new, plastic covered mattress DELE IN NEW AND
or accountant to work with big PERSO .NALS danced: 10 to 1130 a m. Stud- ply-pen feeding tble, chairs. LSED PRNIT URT
cr :cern, give experience. Refer-,1. ents fulfilling university admission leaving Isthmus. BSlboo' 3169 1 Iio- t
R f t se Isthmus. Balboa -3169- U S
e-"es and enclose photograph, ,AMERICAN. fluent Spanish, wide ex- requirements will receive credit for 0774-1. Williamson Prg.'. Phone 41 A t.Rw so: .:: .T"".r
s Ile Box 1718. Panama Ci ,. perirle .Lain America, excellent course. Registration fee: $10.00. OR SALE A ATlP LS*l
-- ^ -----. ,contacts and references. desire, OR- SLE or PATNERSP WE aU.- a ... :0-Mk .,--"-..-"
coAleer aAnd with reliable firmS oe. It mall Auto Parts business. Ideally I.
,JK SALI 'Wrie D. V.. Box 34, g Pnaa Briefs JEEP DRVER.. .
___. OR SALE:--Bird-Cage. 28" x 44;' (Conlinqed treo Poge 1) e.0-.-Hour

o I --- GII. Seventh St, Telehone says the National Geographic 24 inch wheel, brand .w ar Aslfe them er: " l
FOR SALE-Or trade for property n 2-3833. Monday thru Salurdoy 8 Society in its 1952 Book Otf Fish- boned, $43.00. A Pheb :
SPc:.iama place, n Boquete 5 3-J a. m. to 8 p. m. By Appointment es. House 128 Gamboa. .-ta. ti" '"e" f:o
F: h-Lares, modern hcuse. best gi:w Only. SALE Huge My' Pocket At the d't of hiR 8: FV
Sc. ehes valley, a' o Paione0 4i1 Although never taken by Finder t e h Mt erPcket At the e i teo :00-he ;
tr:.tor in Boquete -e Tommy Me Old J fR 'srm, the ancient, forlt o Cas- Special Attachment. Two beetabr with ee rala got d rched ihott *
.' Iino. J. W. Price housng ouei:e Kn!se08C tlo de San Marcos, at St. AU- strong trlhn. Kodso 16 M.M. ";or t ein 00117Wr tgifigno '.9:3-Pl
SC, undu house Oh'ne Curundu gustine, Flulda, has flown four Pro Wit Si oPcte 1M.. o r e er b ed 6:0
l-5 -- -- Makes Cozy Honm Projec's- : : or ?.:j-,?, :lh tit trMn.u ced 10":00, lK '
SS r. oish, United 8tares, and Con- aFIp-Flo0 oy and h.

Sr e dis federate. copying and titler equip. Capta. W oalhm ouyn to San 7:00-Th
wt RWESroT E O ,.p MeP Sp -u svd andS m" ":C-eFnk P '*';1 2:00-8"B
gus n n moa S- otlicer and twoe Y~i re flaked," "Jolyn T" .'b

has my tree-room lands of the Pacific hunt, wild 16 ler Coyr .tr* e sd
hoeVio out ofan old passen- cattle with harpoons, says the enMarmMCnsl a fm .k. aquheY .M ot.o the 6:
S- The 45-year-old bachelor paid on 8cLe od In i S'M
S$375 for the cast-off car and Pipe 8prlng National Monu- mer Bat. e and .i- .".
O For the convenience of peopic converted it Into a living room, ment In Arizona is named for H". 1r 'M. Bo 1h 5.
:: h-,,- re;, Only H Z 28Gea o dp

h.wish to do Christmas sho bedroom and ktcen to solve a leendary feat of arms on the 6 vi h
iPirfor brownle. intermediate or hia housing problem in thja art of "Gunlock Bill" Ham. e 5716 blo Hgts. .. '
tjier.t3or scouts. the Canal Zone community of 25 persona ln a crack rifle shot. While pp Club. "433, '" --.
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l J r scortutCoun ni K st I Biottled t gs furnishdes a o et lo i gM be ) d '
novtie- for the Christ-he a t` .reeaio ad fal dHambnin wo s a bet by shootingAuw FOR SAL.tCockr I

seaso or the house" e bowl out an ordinary female, one emr P rs A clenttr skin for io -
SIpeao foro t he ronie airl ved with the a of a o lstmoking pipe without hitting ered. well trained. II i
r boo prr Aroostook Railroad he rim and at a distance -of Cristobal 3-2460. .
IMpei'ls. sewUnT kits, knives, ra lro e-,O paces. 'FO SAE -25. ..,, ,.... ,
wailts, .s torybooks and novelty grapher. ." FOR l ll
ftde.r For intermediates there are The commercial s t u r g e o n Record Player 78 R.M. only plays WS Jhn
knes, apros. acrTp books dl- The living room s 9 x 18 fishery of the American Atlan- 10 or 1.2 Inch Good tt new -
,ries noveIinTs. iPlletg, key fet, the kitchen and bedroom tic coast almost a thing of o.Tel 2 C..ven re-
hains. asta~toier" and soap. each 9 *x 12 feet. The kitchen the past. The sturgeon, hunted FOR .SALE- l 7thed't- .......
,For seniors thery are Mariner is fitted with a sink, cupboards intensively because caviar is p.aLE:-N. w Bremen 73 key Itme ad I..
P l h dand, I lc h

nirs. handk-retrefs, stabtlonerv. and linoleum made from its roe, is now so bench. Tel. .2 gern-free
ew a t,. eevipaeta, bracelets 5weeney says It coat him a- scarce it doet, not pay fisher- Hospital Robd. a evie
ett. bout $1.500 to convert the car. men to set expensive nets at -FR "l according w
p, oor eorle who wis to shop. M" WiBlM :A 0u
BirdiC -- BR'? *
hr e are lrogra1 bnoks on sig .hhov The city of Washington has "rMleas. 7 .b1-A B N a an
dcin natue and some ascatng street names boo. Phone 2- O8 t -a o+-
,erfef as well at handkerchiefs. IB. such as Fighting Alley and Don-' FOR SAL!M: -W .he :
S key rins and friend nybrook Lane, says the' Nation-I old AKC, ts .
N. rtna do Oal Geographic ScietyiotbUtoht-[2. 32 "

_"he Girlr cout hristmasa 8o IPIERR ONT, N. Y. (U P) er world capitals. For Instance, "' dermt
,: 1 'y blrl An ues.ay weidel birrd carving as a hobby 10 Eel Pie Lane, and Pars, The o vn. and th rI
n'v d Frdd from R'3 lthrs age rhofthe Cat Who Fs he Do I P.
mh -By Christmas this year. she and the Str of teaint. rtghy j' r /50W soaP..
.,n-mittee are in charge of th. 1,000. N Apf -
h. Mrs. Gleason, a grandmother The famed Kentucky fl. Theo i ng

Mrs Louise Ralnev n charge. he husband cut fr her win t he pek n me nnesse near t ea
s aurroudng woods. 'North Carolina Line, ta AWe-
nor then New York come to vieweastern United tates. The -
e her collection. The hobby, she highst, notes the Natidonua-l 1. -
S-dd.. has developed into a pro- graphic Soizety, a 6m684- eforot
;.de-!dro B dro lovers n fro all parts off 'sd .. d hihe.tmontain

frmable gift business. Mount Mitchell In Wesoatern sL i 1'.
,0 !r l Scout eCRounc i n chars e, he htmb a ,o d 1 433e.

Llo leasod geur her inapra- North Carolina near iAshe a.
heao f h m e i r m b
,rthe rea ones which stop off at "The 'oio n lina, ~ e
r' "h ous,, e" .,rga.,,.. P....-. o thuito nM. senarton etwieen .t pIodlSWsI frt

II -".+. IIMT,_.u__.-_e,,Tgs ,.,L-&e ,tional sep1artion betwiii
EZ maintains arm d her hme. 'ad t in the Olvil ,1 .tlld to lad
and og- nth O,.t
S"So far, Mm. Gteami baa caed was bded for two
2nlisbI more than 150 varletls, the most veyors who laid it out
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Jo Stafford is a l with a folio to mIjllons throughout tie consists, of Sbaasade. LuG-
t peroalit.t s plt w L., din, A ul aband nbad.
s dterent ways. hes a bal- jqtaffd Is also proof of enrtd sear ian the ai m
l.ad sing, a ho bop ier, a the co' --ntton that you can Kyatamanjodutlo as a en-
lues chanter, a. hIbly howl- earn 0. a year, sell more eral in armies of an evl
a folk song expert andlor .than records, be Khsald. The soldier falls In loe
U cut-up with a novelty tune. ied more-people than any with Princess Zafir, the depos-
Right now, in oth(r stager. (nore than 350,-ed Sultan's daughter, and with
St 0 liteners)-and hardly the other legendary aure
several cm- ever leave home in California works to overthrow the lnfa -
leteslydlff t to do It. lrn lI'do It, that is. mous despot he formerly had
o aor o a words on i you hawl g tafrord voice served.of he, Aa
Si aets ad v ly. Plenty of thrill lng si atuatob
e nation's Wit waystha hendl .Colum- and lush Oriental scenes of
S r ab l Weas year, selal more- amour are contained n the new
or, a folk song expert andlor Pal records, be Khali cording to advane ll re-

Scut-up with a novelty tune. le thain ax- ports which .say that "Thef of
of eyeards. Paul Damascus" rolls all the A-tdi-
Rhonow, in oVl rh ge than 350,- edSultan's dau

^^ ^ aD. ~ the u~estrat-J con-'an Nights into one sparkling
tribute, hev o In hcio mu- spectacle.
-e e0,00 salisteners)-and hathe a. Amo the entertainment
a bri kets near v ta- elements of the film are said tol
Station's With- h" nd, olum- and lush Oring harem raid andtal scnes

S' .l.'WesM, ed rahrmp I- am roaring sword battle in the
r .rector nT,3 taf- film according to advance ra-

*, ed by Paul and "y-RHound streets of Damascus. Also mlr
s-,t 4in hit The Corner," as well as "You portant are such into one p dary
str Jo rnal osg To Mei" and avocals. Am wonders as Sheherazade's love
magic, Aladdin's wonders, Sln-
Pranikirshte bp' 0 bad's strength and All Babto
ford- uc- be a daring harem raid an,'

r9 Woods0 eo ire.' .a .d Ay-Round streets d In "Thief of Da-
i Che er," as well as ou ortantcus" are John Sutton ar

l the evil ruler, Jeff Donnell as
SSheherazade, Lon Chan. y as
fiM a' Ad Sinbad and Elena Verdugo as
LW a lovely follower. Helen Gilbert
"3l Plays the Princess Zafir and
SdOn af d F R7 aobert Clary portrays Alad4lL
= ,atheiu 00411w^ ,Robert E. Kent wrote the
t a i te _Gome- '' screenplay and Will Jason di-
s. 0.ap,' ,y By BEN COOK erected for producer Sam Kata-
o o Sti also become braoBttbn has turned from the w Smiles
InA of most popu-. vies to television, at east
0 exports. b' does a weekly trarily, and she finds It -o
Jockey .t-w for Europe's r more eXditin. o intlu i
S comm al statiton, "a- Se of this soft fe of taking A Hollywood intellectual Is a
Luxes ith mdre than t make a picture fellow who waits for the right
l -,00i"00? -we'af -V 4 en dg five of them sit- spot to quote what the bright
demcedr 1C d g'u.ehyih Ii ri etty'on the sidelines in guys have said.
iessned to thd, W herandshr Ph- hr w hnd-lettered chair.
ris, Rome, Ber Switzerland Instead, it' a business of t- Bob Hope's definition of a
ad the lan coun- into orthree half-hour TV set: "The box they buried
tles, rece her their in'yrne week, and collecting vaudeville in."
to girl edest aOrtet. of bruises, Marie Wison,- heno -
e the America Jo and braislbi tat a bunch Mar Wilson, when compi-
h t.t a^ weekly ra ei dream up. mented on her new short haol,
weelLy rs e ns t hA redo, said. I thought It would b
.f mYRM hgo w-.. .r

who always has enough designs
on her to qualify for member-
ship in the tattooers' union.
"Dick never has this kind of
troUlileN" Barbara said. "Tbh e y
save ai the catastrophes for
Her troubles are compunded by
Soth c ii. h. are shot
r Even a I heal quickly the
brses pile one on top of the
v But even so, she loves televi-t.
Sion. Ir8 so exciting.
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0aes amd' 4ketet n
Go0 t' Mic1t-itatlt6 Bngr-

sibh fiedbsh things' for me
rpe with"
vivaelow Miss Britton is
staff side of the. television
s, "Mr. and Mrs, No r't h."
' is played by Richard Den-
Barb'ta and Dick portray
and ;errr Worth, amateur
& U t OevMery week.
ot very week, the In ot-
v Barbara is buffeted by
NSaR nemahb asIDW- T? n-

&s sAuur-j uhuions, ur prugamn V
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,a.q'ma. ..earn,

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Guild To Unite World Industr
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HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Dec. 6 (UP). British actor 8
G. (Gger today proposed to the Semen Aeteos-GuUd that aM
edI aatilo film festival, designed to bring the world fite
-t tog7 ter to publUeie the outstanding l inematle aehievemtf-
of mes bers of the United Nations, be held.
Granger requested that the Galld, either as a unit r Is.
eoujautilon with other motion picture giMs wtthbJ the USI. .
giw.utt ag and immediate consideration to Initiatiatng stte $ i-
t isansch a project.
uOraner pointed out that Hollywood can render historicM Il
viee to the U.S. by asking for more responsibility than it is bbe
It eoilled upon to shoulder.
The British star also maintained that "Hollywood m eas
imub.as a prime mover in the formation of a UN. film f
in ppite of the era of Communism and monopoly whieh It '-
sttered In recent years."

Nit YORK. Dec. 6 (UP) Of mail have noted a change4 s
aU tequiz programs on radio last spring, when postal rz
and tlevisioon, none has had the were changed. Until that timt
Volg and consistency of mail- per cent of the items were a -
pul tMt belongs to "20 Ques- post-cards, but since the rateAt .
s. those went from one to twf
SMnce the program first went cents, half of the communiqg-..
on the air-as a radio show Feb. Lions are letters. Looks like -
2. 104-More than 10,000.000 aooo problem for an economnd
pieces of mall have been re- or psychologist.
ceived- from listeners, most of "'Cavalcade of America,' oI
theth.submitting questions, of the oldest radio programs ht
Every-card and letter Is. dated gent into television this fall o
and fied in two warehouses in the first time.
L av0n, Long Island. Some of The show id a flmed seriW
thO W? mal is just now reach- presented on alternate Wednml
in the panel. Only last summer days on the NBC network and %
one the questions used had carries forward-the same ide
beeu Jbmitted by an American the radio version by dramatML
- r stationed .In Japan in events In Amerlean history. 7
1IT. The sender. long .since re- In an effort to get as m -
turned to civilian life. was seated diversity as possible Into the', a
In th audience when his ques- ries, the sponsor, the Du P6B'
oftt s used. Company, not only coastan*t' .
A lrial used on the radio and uses different writers, actors adp -
TV Aftows is always different, directors, but also has the varw
T l Lradio version Is on the Mu- lou S 30-minute films made by a
tulnetwork on Saturday nights variety of firms speclallzin I .
an0 the TV program Is Friday movies for television.
evenings on the Du Mont net- The radio show is still or-
yw&_k The radio show is beamed rent. using different stories tU
behnd the Iron Curtain by the the TV series In its weekly
Voice of America. hour on the NBC network Tu
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t. Balboa High School's Bulldogs -retained their 9 T
leadership over the two other schools of the Canal O uda S
:Zone Conference by placing five men on the 1952 FIShingO w
'Alt-Zonian football selections announced today.
*.- Both offensive and defensive teams were nam- l U'Ure
dei, for the first time, although eight of the players I
made both squads. Ist Race "A" Natives 6% Fgs.
There are four repeaters from home, and making the nomina- Purse: $375.00-Pool Closes 12:45
the 1951 All-Zonian squad in the tons, were John Pettingill. As- First Race of the Double
personages of JC's guard and sistant Director of Physical Ed- 1-Sixaola B. Aguirre 116 -
catpaih Dick Dillman, BHS' ucation, Coaches Luke Palumbo, 2-Tully Saba D. D'Andrea 117
halfback Jim May, and CHS' Paul Moser, Wolfe, Walt Mikul- 3-Dallda P. R. Guerra 99x
xjaptain and center Vernon Bry- vich, and John Fawcett, along 4--Rina Ro V. Castlllo 124 -
ant and halfback Bob Grace. with the football game officials 5-Valaria B. Pulldo 113 -'..- .
,,Ends Tom Davidson. BHS, and M. A. Batterman, Dick Egol, ---
Bob Salter. CHS. tackle Jerry Pete Hale, Jack Lally, and Jim 2nd Race "F-I" Naives-I Mile
Fox, CZJC, guard Ed Benny. Atchley. Purse: $ S5.00- Pool Closes 1:15
BiS, center Brvant, CHS. and Second Race of the Double
hIcks May, Grace. and Cristo- (Pictures of the three Junior 1-Duque A. Meii 115
bal's Bill Roberson were picked College players who made the 2-Peggy R. Guerra 109x
for the double duty jobs. all-stars-Carl .'Melssner, Jer- 3-Rom&ntico V. Catillo 117
Among those attending the se- ry Fox, and Dick Dillman- 4---Luck Ahead F. Rose 112 By FL
action meeting-supper at Phys- were not available at press 5---Tin Tan B. Aguirre 120
al Director "Buck Lockridge's time.) Well here we are back in g
S-- 3rd Race "G" Natives 4 to lorida and Mexico. Pro
3rd Rac G Native % F Panma first last and always.
Offensive Po sitions Defensive Purse: $250.00-Pool Closes Ba ney Forgeson and myse]
Trom Davidson. BHS End Tom Davidson, BHS C ne-Two and Real Club In the ath Inten
Itobert Salter, CHS End Bob Salter, CHS 1-Enriqueta J. Bravo 112 Aepulco from November 18, to
erry Fox. CZJC Tackle Jerry Fox, CZJC 2-Araucano B. A uirre 112 from California won the tourna
lim Fulton. BHS Tackle Carl Melsnner, CZJC 3-Electr6n R. i 01 00 the 28 teams. Barney and I tied
Pick Dillman. CZJC Guard Ronnie McConnell, BHS 4-Marfil E. Bilvers 106 contestants.
d Benny. BHS Guard Ed Benny, BHS 5--Vllalba K. Flores 110 The fishing at Acapulco del
Vernon Bryant, CHS Center Vernon Bryant. CHS --" only 36 sailfish were caught dur
iay Nickisher. BHS Back Ted Norris, BHS either Barney or I hhd been luck
3ob Grace, CHS Back Bob Grace, CHS 4th Race F-1" tves-Me (of core we would have had ten luck
him May. BHS Back Jim May, BHS Parse: $275.00 Fool Closes : wont first place. This Is not off
3ill Roberson, CHS Back Bill Roberson, CHS -Conentaer 1 one for the old anaa luk hld
2-Taponazo 0. Sinchez 114 The point system was su3
S3-Whte Fleet G. Shalk 1 4 trThe point system was useu a
34-Rislta A. Mena 114 fish caught on 6 thread line thi
45-Volador na 114 for a fish taken on 9 threat. 125
.6--J. Huilnho E. Ortega 107x leasing fish was used again and
7-Domino B. Atuirre 120 fishermen. The 15 foot leader is
S. 8--Diana V. Castio 114 caught when the guide is able to
9--Opex J. Baeza, Jr. 109 this often leaves 14 feet of leader
fish. It is felt that the fish has a
5th Race "A" Imported 7 Fgb. he is cut off this distance from t1
SPurse: $1,000.00-Pool Closes 2:55 is used and the thought is that
1-Booji B. Aguarre 125 hook or break-off the leader wire.
2-Viajero J. Bravo 122 The tournament will be held
3-Bendegus B. Pulido 113 this is the first time,In four years
4-Dictador V. Castillo 116 held other than at Acapulco.
Now for the gopd news the
Panama. The team captains an
6th Race "G" Imported-I Mile agreed to accept- a proposal from
Purse: $450.06 Pool Closes 3:S5 Naturally we will have to have the
First Race of the Double for such a tournament. This i n
1-Prestfgioi R. L. Oil 111 eratlan from the boat owners, mer
2-Porter's Star) K. Flores 120 ernments of the Capal Zooe and
3-C. Prince F. Rose 110 can be arranged ang are.sore thai
4-Pincelao E. Silver 110 success. Several-sources have plec
TED NORRIS JIM FUL TnON 5-The Dauber C. Iglesias 115 look good for all concerned to piti
TED NORRIS JIM FULTON6--Rosario V.Ortega 115 back to Panama. More about thi
7-Royal Claim) J. PhilUlps 112 been contacted.
B B "" 'T'"'" ifl-'.' 8-Parag6n) 0. Sinchez 111
... .. Pa0 nBarney and I spent a week
S'7th Race P" I'mported-41 Fgp. pliahed one thing wnlch, alone w<
SPurse: $500.00 Pool Closes 4:05 cess. For several years we have I
Second Race of the Doable hang ve 'ur M on-ei tjag "- ax
S, 1-Levadura J. Bravo 115 close off shore and Tomy lffol
2-Slsamo Aguirre 112 new boat and we snagged two of t]
S8-R.IL R. Gil 112 ed 4 % lb% the'other a
S' 4.--Golden Mine B. Pulido 114 them.hi las
attractfte trop.
the weoght but perfectly formed a
EIGHTH RACI when they arrive we will dIsplay t
"2-Year-Old Native Classle examine.
6% Fgs. Purse: $1,000.00 (added) Florida fishing of course can
Pool Closes 4:41 Quinlela their hospitality can compete with
"POLLA DE NACIONALES end of the horn. We haf never
CLASSIC opportunity to visit w'th oman
1-Portal B. Pulido 110 fishing theY'have is st= and t
2--Calo Jo) G. 1Snchez 110 cd. They Dot o il co
O " n3-Petits) F. Rose 107 ed.3They c ot only Pthe e^ y
4--Pit Jme B. Aguirre 110 conservation is there Ot. W 6
-DJa V. Castle 110 fish, redfaish, sea trOut, aifish,.
S6-Bletaya E. Silver 107 took at least, one of WA fish above
----ig J. Bavo110 and they ate catching n Plac
BILL ROBERSON RONNIE McCONNELL 7-Rodt Bravo 110 Idea now Is thatfhI take
W.--Oohd Bound ?. Ord6fiez 110 Idea now is that. fish of take t
9-Marilu 0O. Chants 107 when other types of atlo receive
10-Golden Tap A. Mena 107 cie of casting.
Marlipt fishing seemsg-to be Ila
S9th" Race "C" Imported -- 7/ Fg..t flying 4 flags and Ken 16.-t'
Purse:.I85-.681 Closes 5:151 time out. Other boats hve bee
One-Two month. Will get the dstls for nb
1-OrisI) H. Reyes 117sx Seri left for a four day-trip7
I2--Cheriberlbin) F. Rose 115 comber trip this year, htM -more
3-Piropo U B. Aguirre 117 see what De6ember hias t offer.
4-Vamn1DhY5 K Flores 120
5Hart #Lass V. Ortega 112
-armf, A.Phillips 112 Sports Shorties
eth Ra -eti ported-7 Fgs.
s -,Pool Closes 5:40 Here and there in
1,44 t .J. Bravo 111 Halfback Bob Floyds l
-Rath. ,.gbht. K. Flores 126 ka and 11 other collc
O. Chants 114 stars agreed to pla f
:i'Mcha V. Castillo 121 against the West r iMe
.-Man Road V. Ortega 120 Game in San FranciseA
-- 27. "Dutch" Meyer r
tv g head football coach
Uk1th Race "D" Native- % Fs. Christian and was
Purse: $800.00 assistant coach A
BOB SALTER JTM MAY 1-Miranda F. Ramos 118 J ockey Tony Despr
2-Manolete V. Rodriguez 108x 368th race of the ye
%-Annie N. R. Kellman 115 him only 20 behnd-
4-Primor B. Aguirre 112 Multi-mllionaire alm
father of Interpa
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If represented the Panama o R4.
ataonal Salfish Tourname ,
22nd. The Catalina Tuna s M.jAe.-V
ment and we placed 5thL am hdivdual
for 5th place among the 70 odo| iThirsda,
finitely was not good th Yeis a, 81. d LIy D.
ing the tournament. In faot.l 4.
.y enough to get one more strt T
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ered as an alibi, we didn't heed si t4 ,
d and we were able to land every c
gaul this year, that is for every an
e contestant received 145 points honrs.
points. The new method of re- al g for the
seems to be acceptable to most as follows:
used and the fish is counted as .iP ( ) a
cut the leader below the swivel ..........226 .
wire trldlng behind the release l ........ 2l
better chance of survival when ....,.. .. .24
he boat. Light solid, leader wire .........21
the fish wfl either throw the -
at West Palinm Bach next year, '.,... 220 )
s that .the tournament has been ,* .......
1954 tournament can be held In ........ 12
id the board of director have
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BOATS and facilities neqeatry ....... .. 1 ,
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in l0 .l aROOw a dbqflt wwarned that C l only ye a year tbe
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toned to Syracuse when Loren o
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ae organietlon for Oeorge Bel- gd wlth the Tanks. gen, supf
kirk and 8ten," says an of- The Yankees twice looked at d.P redro
fielal of the New York Amerl t whom alirk says be- rcum so
oag Cd gsat thad basj~en hippid ner eat son.
Twi te Bolkirk was fir-e him bok tfai tnhe i ldi V AUAmerilcan
Sed forW he was paid to do Ca*r Segrist And stech among the t
manage City well and had s one hita ob r es at late perfur
t g t ive an a"urate appraisal of bat with the anks. er didn't Kentucky h
players., it much better. ing batch of
d After 0 years the oran this year, an
6tches nation, the man who succeeded wBR BiTEd SKOWRON next. The W
S tat ante Rth ua an outi*tlelder AWAY having the
le t go because he protemel ..-'ray in
anagepr, anst" ng a up young g ThoroughYn discouwagoed, erv making and
le anP too a Mdid at bat and a the Baron Ru.
SLewis Am ong Other things, Selkirk otf en returned to KAn- ton of pla
was string to oure the most Ca*. trip, and w
malignant ailment of the high- "It looked like Bob Just d g- have an adr
e later which Is the shut* .d to call the whole thing off schooling.
tlh of talent 4 tartanew in 1058," ex- Coach Rup
t any ha sev erely damaged a plain Selkirk to make good
be ue- number of. emellent franchisees si ply did not have any wouldn't give
to win" The Yankees havebeen ut luck w theplayers I sent pe who put
a got to of the practice l KainsasCity, stenghl. sideline han
* the iOta n Minne the "This led him to remark that championship
ioar is Red Box A Lotueville, tc. thr Amerlcan uAssociatn o must By now yop
t wam- sThe Ae t en more be a terrible league, and it did ing to stay
a eaa aMoulC e thea current not at any too well out that his -men.
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ve Kentucky Cagers Loyal To School

rs Drop Credits To Be Eligible In '4
can do a good ob y'iving Kentucky officials also f
ts ditor ,lads from LbuIvle, exington, that Bemrnie Moore has
Versailles' nd the back coun- poor Job as the nou
E Dcq -en- try a.mom ium of hand-picked Conference's commiss
tat 1t firbaps the outseid help. Spokesmen point to Tkle
a basketball squad /* my Haslam partleipatiu
&U dressed up and ;, BCHOLARSHIPS in eight games for Teo
to .play. bfeore being declared ine fI
Natiola Collegi Look for Kentucky, which
iatlon and feels It has been given the bust- Pullback Andy Komar's Mi!
Conference a -n- ness by the Southeastern Con- once more comes up along t.t
young men .4o the ference, to strike back with a same line. Is
Deil's lad or proposal that all league seats of '
outfit ri three higher learning limit out-of- Persistent reports have :8
in the university's stae scholarships.- Wildcat brass that Bobby Dodd the Oeot *
Memorial Coliseum. would force the others to go Tech coach, will take oveWr
for the campaign along with them in limiting the commissioner. "
Iault of their own, reliance on the Pennsylvania -.
remain intensely foal fields for football players Anyway; Kentucky plans
Iph Rupp and the anld Indiana for basketball ma- bounce back like an election r5
trial. peter. .
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mera in .the land.
has a record-break!
freshman prospects
id will have more
rildcats can't : misu
country's strongest
number, size, shot-
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ditlonal year of
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d his boast that he
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e more popular fig-
be no retrench-
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also a solid bet to
2as. head football
Of Kentucky's stal-
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' This is to remind you that, as per written
notice already sent, the Extraordinary General
Assembly of Stockholders called by the Board of
Directors for the purpose of considering the pro-
posed amendment to the By-Laws as well as con-
sidering the construction of a new, modern plant
and adopting the measures necessary to proceed
with that work, particularly those pertaining to
the financing -of the same, will be held in the
main offices of the Brewery, North Avenue No.
77, on Tuesday, December 9th, 1952 at 7:00 p.m.



Due to the importance of the matter to be
Sscussed at this meeting, your puactual attend-
;xce is requested. d amble to attend. plese co-
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Pigs, Rabbits Shoot Back

a highway. H( felt his Wheels hit leaned out to shout at a worke.
but the plane kept moving. It on the ground below. His safety
even went around a curve neat- hat fell off, struck the maZn
ly. Wardle looked out, discovered br his nose,
he'd landed on top of a moving etimas it just doesn't pay
car. Nobody was hurt. to get ot of bed, does it?
-Engine near: Motorist George
mas, of Jeffersonville, Ind., '
a is car on a railroad H
tra. long came a train, slam- "WM "WWu-
med ntothe car. It sliced off the & LI
front completely, but left the R D A Is O
rest of the. car irom the wind-
shield bacl14ncluding Thomas O
-intact And the windshield noW 1 o
wasn't even scrched. Neither -
was Thomas. i ON, Dec. 6 (Eul)_- arlla.
Strike up the bazadge: Little nt approve the West p
Johnny Carmlchael. of-ewmar- man Treaty na d the uriopSOan
ket, N.H., was wztching.televl- Armym pact dafterta ro-An
sion like a good flve-ye r-old. Ar-y cae ra ma i--n
The acrobats on the creen re hour session this mornn
doing some tricks that temp and then adjourned IPdefLpit41Y
Johnny. Hp tried one, alippep t a ta the tourt'*, d6CiA.t'18
and broke his hip. *whether kreoadient -cpus-
Dyna might not: Lucky is the tional.
word for Robert Moses, of Brock- y' pre-dawqvte.was onI
ton, Mass., who cracked up his the, nd.readRjng0bnly'of.the
truck. That part wasn't so. lUcky two I ns under 0hlc'.yest
-he ripped through nine. posts German- ll re rm,500,000 men
and the truck turned over-bl1t ln re r re i ing almost
It could have- bee, worse. The complete gaLy, ut the
truck was loaded with dynamite. government. ertied it a* a
And nothing happened. "political dee .~
'Impatient: Maintenance man Voting on g 64*ratifica-
Gus Smith-was doing mis. main- tion bills,. p-.b1 pa-ra-
taining .on the roof-of a St. graph the treat w -.W: -
Louis, Mo., building. He. fell ed. by an averak.t of.. 56
through a glass skylight and votes.in the low hp --
landed .on a conference table iament, "-.,_
surrounded by men. Smith eeu ld .
have done worse-the men were Government p i.."
all doctors. He fell through the diately. asked t.e CosiaWt.tipn-
roof of the City Hospital. a Court in Erlsruh e vltoer
Half safe: A crane operator at a two-thirds. aority *4..
the Portsmouth, N.H., Navy Yard lower houte l, rufrned final
,I-_ -e ltthe; t.6e6 -ats.l -
Ilaly's le in mkoints P l ay, a<
Iyl s CO UIIS will have d O d1 .ln eoffe that
the treatte i M ntlta
Def. Travl Ban two d the
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SAccidents will happen: Some-
times. But there are other times
When accidents are too bizarre
to insult with an ordinary vert
Slke "happen." These are the ac-
cidents wilh personality, which
can be said to materialize, rath-
er than happen.
The National Safety Council
carefully cherishes accounts of
such monumental mishaps. Here,
taken from the council's list, are
the 1952 Wacky Accident Cham-
Ammunition: A butcher In
Lueneburg. Germany, knelt be-
side a pig. prepared to shoot it.
SThe pig was quicker on the draw.
SIt kicked Its hind leg. struck the
trigger, sent a bullet Into the
butcher's knee.
Power steering: Joe Strauss
was driving through indianapo-
lis when his car was hit by an-
SC other car. The crash sent
Strauss' vehicle into the path of
another car, and again it was
hit. This was enough for Strauss'
car. It spun around and describ-
ed a full circle, winding up by
slamming Into the rear end of
the first car that had hit it.
Side trip: In Korea, Capt. Fred
C. Seals, of Dallas, Tex., was
*riding in a C-46 cargo plane,
(- dropping supplies to Ols below.
The plane lurched, and Seals
was thrown through the open
door. He fumbled to get his par-
achute open. But the plane hit
an air pocket, dipped down-
ward, and Seals was scooped
back into the plane.
Some crust: In Atlanta, Ga.,
baker Rufus Franklin was hap-
^^*' a 1pily mixing dough. A hunk of
y >the stuff-welghing 70 pounds-
slipped off the mixing table. It
Sell on Franklin'd foot, broke a
SHeir mail: Driwing along a
0 <3 highway near Meridian, Mass.,
Mrs. G. D. Middleton saw some-
thing fall from a car in front of
Usher. She picked it up. It was a
two-year-old boy. It took her 15
miles before she could catch up
and deliver the childM.i
Hide-and-to-s k:. Michael
Cannon, a three-year-old lad
from Elwood, Ind. hid in the
family washing machine. Mom
came along, dunmpod in a load of
wash, turned on the motor. Mike
decided it was time to come
clean. He screamed, and was res-
cued, uninjured but sudsy.
Hare trigger: Julius Monroe
S. was peacefully sleeping in Bal-
S: timore. Md., when something hit
his hand. The pain woke him,
and he looked around to see a
rabbit had him in the sights of a
efntfenced Farmer .22 caliber rifle. The bunny must
have discharged the gun auto-
Smatically, wounding Monroe.
Wanis To Buy Frari Jersey driver: Surprised was
the word for Mr. and Mrs. Milo
r He r R. Ewing of Denver when a 1300-
pound cow dropped. onto the roof
Of their car. The animal was
HAZLEHURST, Miss., Dec. 6 running away from the stock-
TtJP) Armon Whittington yards and leaped off an over-
tried to make doubly sure that uass onto the Ewings' car. The
he would never have to serve cow was killed and the car
his appealed 90-day sentence to wrecked, but the passengers
the county prison farm. He were not seriously hurt.
tried to buy the farm. Farced landing: Pilot .Tne
When the Coplah County Wardle, of Salt Lake City, Utah,
board of supervisors put up the had to make a forced landing on
farm at auc' on Thursday Whit-.
tington made the high bid -
Whittington, who was con-Red Puge Hits
Evicted of illegal possession of
whisky, said it was strictly a ll Million
business venture.
-"That's pretty gooJ land and
I just got to thinking what l8aCturop
fine pasture it would make for eans
my cows." he said. "I figured' LONDON, Dec. 6 (UP)-Com-
that jail barracks over there munist purges in East Eturopean
would be a perfect place to keep satellite states since 1948 have
miy feed to keen people from hit a total of up to 2,500,000
stealing it" party leaders, officials and
i There remains, however, a rank-and-file members, accord-
ounty jail where Whittington Ing to an authoritative compila-
would have to serve his time tion released today.
V'the state Supreme Court re- The grim balance shows be-
Pged his appeal. tween 2.000,000 and 2,500.000
',nd his deal for the farm members have been expelled
3i not final. The county may from the satellite parties.
*,tide that his high bid was Several hundred thousand of
high enough to justify the them have been deported.
| Approximately 150,000 have
-beenarrested and still are in
.. prisons.
Party leadership has been
charged drastically in all the
Help Figlt yg satellite states since the purges
Began and it appears more will
Ifollow-chiefly In Poland. Roma-
nma and Hungary The recent
I- rague trial probably marked
the start oi a new series of
SOf the top Communist lead-
ers who attended the opening
of the Comiform In September,
1947. more than one-fourth have
Icy, since been purged or otherwise
/ Idisappeared.
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'toral Front ',le ._ 'other *
pro-goventRmetf a o aer
VenezUtel,'49 se lt cona.
stituent- aMembl '.7 i .

portId lFront b d other 8d; V
The "opposition- bliccnt
Democratic Union )Waa I .
given 21 seats -.tWaCou .
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asembuly bad eted
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points with ubderstandable pride to his co-creation, the.l I
Named for Capipbell and his partner. Elbert Dooley, .tn
Is onlj 3S6~ inches high, and Is six feet wide, the lowi
sport *ar. ever built, according to its investors. The hI
machine is powered by a 160-borsepower Olds eqwin
expectat-to have a top speed of about 140 emllw

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ROME, Dec. 6 (UP)-Italian
CominYMuIs said today they
would -attend the forthcoming
"peace coiferenef" at Vienna
Iq defiance of tnh ban by the
Italian government.
The ComAnunist-led "Nationp-
al Committee for Peace" de-
clined to,'ay in a cbmlnique;
however, huw it would get Its
delegates to Vierina in the face
of government action.
The government not only
banned anyone going to Austria
f6r the congress, but also sealed
Its Indirect approaches by halt-
ing all travel to all Communist
The PeaMp Committee said
"thousands of a sse m blies"
throughout Italy selected. 200
delegates to the Vienna Con-
They said: "When the people
unite in Congress for.peace, on--
ly those absent are at fault.
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In New Y .or
w fTON. N.Y. (NRA) -
Unless you've peer Been 'one bet-
fore, the alght of a submarhte is-
not by itself unusual. Neither Is
the silht-o. a meadow.
Bat when you put the two
together, with the subnarte
in the meadow, the effect '
definitely startlln.
That is exactly the sight that
greta you on a farm here in up.
per New Ytork State.
THere are--no guards around
r;ght now. Yet even though th "
na'bmarlne. Ull never to to sea,
it Is a. valuable wpabon in AmerO
iea's defease a~senal.
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kne' in the atomic age.
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(-N NEof the reason s a nt a
never gets lost while makWig
his annual trip is because of the
resourehiulness of the men who
lay out his route. Here, for in-
stance, is one of the problems
uncovered this year:
4ny way you go from new
house A to new house B In a
certain new locality, it's rough.
You'me safest, it seems, .only If
yoi travel in an EiVEN number
'Of uiages.
. ne, In the map on the black.
board- above represent s tagea
you mugt take to make the jour-
ney, There would be no difficulty
in getting fom A to B in three,
ftve, 'W4Attl.ie or eleven stages,
it seem, but that won't do be-
cause they're ddd. And the rea-
son it isn't ausy to Afgure out

Eluive Point

route in aa even number of stages
is that moat persons, Including
Santa, would overlook a stream
that can be forded safely.
.Locate this stream, include it
In your route, and you'll com-
plete the journey in an even num-
ber of stages. Besldep knowing
more than Santa, who we're sure
will have the answer before he
starts out, you will also have the
satisfaction of having solved a
QlasslW puule.
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For the Party Who's Who Hers Hub?
AS a Christnas party enlivener, '.TI boys went to a holiday party together. As
place a quarter, on a table ,' they walked down te street abreast, Dodson,
and stand ap empty bottle upslde .il the right of Wilson, separated Wilson from Mor-
down on it. (It is advisable to Il. Frank was on Ted's right, and Walter was at
use a ahort rather than a tall' e end. The sister of Morrison is Walter's glil-
bottle.) Challenge guests to re- iengl. From these clues can you give the full names
move the bottle from the n of at all three?
without touching the bottle, witli. salR ul-j.I *'uopoa po '*osuma .a"Iw& :oLsaT
ot touchingthe cdn, ad with. I 7 *
out upsetting the bottle. IOldinf Up tie M ails
.It is done by banging your Ut 0
on the top of the table near the --
bottle several times. Don't bag.
too hard or the bottle may up at.
A series of short, sharp bngrs."
will send vibrations to the bottle,
w .hich wIfl cause the bottle to
nmdve very lilgbtly and gradualy
edge Itml'f ot the quarter with.
out belg upset.

y x are given a QUE for each
of tlh following words. Can
you 'ill I the letters to fulfill th
de4nitinhm? Each has seven.let-

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Q U K aseral piece
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Sfiedndm. However, unless Pne is try a. Magim e W I
SamilWar with the station' corr;- DDLE.: W t elation ths e f..h
dora, it can be a difficult place to doonnmat to th6 e 6 pt "M the
l, hd. The moat important things o s a St iw
ti be remembered to that the .h ,.
*WteUnB bas four entrance&, only
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with the booth. Starting ftm a
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S M m to W in of the rush hour to do her Christ-
mas mailing finally reached the
S head of the line at the parcel poet
window. Taking the top package
from her express wagon, she In-
S quired of the clerk as to Its
-am weiht.
at will cost 17 cents to
mail," he replied.
S14 "That package is for my
i nephew, Tommy," volunteered
Mrs. Tonguelash. "He solUects
4 'stamps. I thought it would be a
great idea to pay the postage
a with stamps that he does not
1 U0= 1 1111h1 ave in his collection. What
-,., stamps oould I use for the iT
TEST YOUR TONgUE eenta. not using two stamps of
the same denomination or the
REPEAT several timer s w e . r one and one-half cent
swiftly as you can: "tamps?"
Santa's souped up sled slid The line of waiting package
slowly sideways.. .... asiem idgeted. but the eaorte
S.ous clerk recited 37 combinations.
Mrs. Tonguelash gave the mat-
ter some thought. "I think I will
Stake a 2 cent, a 4 cent and an 11
- Dcent stamp. I'm pretty sure that
Tommy has no 11 cent stamp in
his collection.
2-Saucy. Now this package she con-
-It uidedinued "is for my sister Mabel
4-Protestant Episcopal (abll.) in Endicott. $3.45 did you say?
5-FrosLt. How many combinations of
-ree. birdstamps can I use for that
9-CFnriold Ash. amount, not using the same de-
i-Adult males. nomination more than once in
I-Behold! the same combination?"
., i Mrs. T. never did hear the an-
-i ItI a T swer, for the clerk closed the
b window for the night. Can you
help her out by figuring it up?
j Note: Only those stamps shown
in the illustration above figure
v a in the answer.
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Grandma's d er
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threi colors re
to be used ii
working oat the
desWin. B1e'd lke
to keptit Ohrist-
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of the threi col-
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adjacent areas
are the same.
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only toys of lut year's
tChrltmas presents which
little Johnny hasn't broken up
are blocks. He has a set of
jmill blocks that are one-Inch.
cUabe. He, has fun putting
them into and taking them out
of. a box.
How many of these blocks
could he put into an empty
box four inches wide by four
inches deep by four inches
long ?
Warning: there's a catch to
this box.
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LOVELY ACTRESS Eva Gabor wants a "dominating" male to be her leading.man in wedded
Xife. The Hungarian beauty said in New York she wants a husband to "put.me in my plbcea"

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resident of the pouly. world. Niky is the pet of 7 *. :' .l
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heavy sheet ice on a recent summer cruise. An ocea'iep,'tug-follo s'closely btehirid the Coat Gu3a td's
a ug- folk*.. ; osely bi. d the Cooas ut G -'

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Wr-.bigtime movie chimp, gets his ticket punched before
loving Los Angeles for a personal appearance to,,r.
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announcement Issued from Washington on what the d .
three-man rent panel recommended to Obv. Seybokd. he'd 7A
The main points made in their report were: the ern udblti
exclusion of special charges in fixing new rents, the Franca 3% ty he t,.
deferment of Interest charges until July 1, that rent Tre aga lalb ad
on the least desirable quarters be reduced and that have it? wH! f 1U0."
the cost of vacancies be distributed on a uniform Cn. thi$! M..
basis to all quarters., he tut
The panel completed their recommendations after Stevensan, l j et se
a short meeting in Washington which was termed a ing apf Oev erhe a tatt salO
'considerable victory" for Canal employes. of a man ibo s mom
The second bit of goof es eumalated fear Ma -o the PA .ad e
Balboa Heights when the Governeor f liee an- Un (A ).
noanced the newly-prepeed reae, which wete But Ike qled tl aL He wen to EM.
to go into effect today, wodM be d uaye until af- It is mumt to doubted hait
ter the meeting of the beart of dinets eof the there was much dffrent to w it 0t.of tumanAit..
.. Canal Co. this. week. Americnms the rak (atral ta
Seybold left soon after the announcement, for Wash- been seeing the ma monthe "t. .
ington, to attend the meeting. Bat the idea Ise A m
Labor and civic groups claimed they wquld not stop' world that Koes U we
their protests unless a truly "moderate" Increase [a have a war, or u don't. but we the
affected, or a postponement until July 1 ia given, munists carrying ,co atea t _
Throughout the Canal Zone, workers who have been at our expense, at a time place ow
fighting the rental increase were pleased with the choosing.
results ---so far but continued their policy of watch- In offering the advice to
ful waiting for the final outcome. West, young ma t"' DOn t AlaM
o to have Intended something thns
The District Court buzzed with activity "last week through S an Franeaco's Golden .
as cable thieves burglars, and car thieves paraded Fact Is,'the K9ea ac W a la
before Judge Outirie F. Crowe. washed' up. Th p p o ple ofthe it e,.*
Three Panamanian farmers were sentenced to serve already shown e EMe
one year each at hard labor for trying to cart away 554 expected with tha is f .
feet of Army cable which they had dug up, cut to terms b wn ag t bnl ,WAz.t Alt.itest.a !
346 pieces and loaded on a chiva outside of Cool. tion of ever gWte u t & ya
The cable was worth over $ M-that hapt etnr 1tat -B cemat Bs w. '.
'An American, who just cant keep away from "bhot- ikephO t a mO s "o mande
rowing" cars, and his Panamanian companlan were watch tihe s lht tha Ine the nra
each sentenced to 18 months at hard labor forat- can enMuse about W .ar w t. ties up a fat e.ot
tempted grand larceny. Charles Robert Norgan, 24, his opratonaiG In a neck of. the woods where
and Honorio Castillo, 26., were both-old-time offed- they would bel the main event
era, and Norgan was still on probation for a sihlat boat ever got Kt
conviction last year. Together with a 19-year-old MHsplan for iIeg nmMre South Koreans for. fr.t 3
youth, who was given a suspended sentence due to Une fighting dald tut down the American ca St .
his age, and the fact that he was a first offender, tie but it won't top the War. .f .,. -
the three defendants had been caught stealing a 9f1 Of aDurse, there I thie mall pwble: How t f'o
C-evrolet station wagon worth $2,500, from in front a war which the other'alde wata to kee
or the Balboa Baptist-Church. one Mke I doubtless working on as he salt
o to Hatal! aboard the cruiser Helena,
A 62-year-old Jamaican newspaper vendor filed a o -
damage suit for over $13,000 against the American While the Korean ar cptuttred -In a
Transportation Co., which runs buses within the Zone. manner, another sectr athe Rlan- iMti
Nathan M. Ogilvie claimed his leg was amputated af- West vs. Reds e wu lww sp .u
ter Injuries he received when one o; the companvs roar. At Nasa. n IndohinA a the.
buses overturned and pinned him underneath. He had bate. off attacks by home of@
blames the accident on the carelessness and reckless. maunlt-led VIetmnaSmhoite iWhicuhaM i
ness of the bus driver. Uthe OFench poa0m.
0-o where mae tha- t-o .
President Jos" A. Rem6adn answered a question which its apstlIp,hn mortt, al.
had been on the lips of Panamanlans and Amerlcaap redoubt s n
alike during a press conference Friday: the reason the eon-sweplfl
why U.. Point Four officials packed up and left the border, ant-
Agricultural School at Divisa. French ls
Everyone knew It was at Vhe request of the Pan- foeer-'ln. M a
amanlan government, but there was much ueasng -a Framme U
to the real purpose be-hind the request.
COL aeM am ade t caler that h Mu am S't, Nome
S di ron t object to the te ehalenala gvebum be as i
by the Un' easty ofArkansas ado- Tft. an
k lLnW eiAL hPoiC t b tF ewom too 4- an-
that the Presidento the m-nret op Pi. oumat te
to pbi and fre as t rants t y thae aadm The -thfleadd a'hS M>k
was sesidered an affrmS to FaU nalm. Mi In -L
The agreement. which was camaeledg gn =.31 hi n1e6 |-
VU. Point Four officials and the PanamA government. --, d l.s
was harmful to the sovereignity of PanamA,. Mewa"f t pwouan
declared, but he declined to temn arema-n "ie
the previous adznlniaflstion anght a for uipi- a.
S ing such an agreement. hoo"
earlier n the week RenMj had announced plans and "mhau. e MO
t, to reshape the activities or government Instautlon-. e v o far u s Wotoe a
engaged In the development of live stoemk l laj e lo. d.
resources under a new iapcy to be e Na- -. b
S tonal Development Institute,. A,. Au eJi se afra Md ,
A lony-standine tiff. between a olda polee cap- ug tie- MS3 AuM hr*
Stain of West Indian extraction and hii chief. M ab lnwha .td
SPastr Ramos, ended in the firing of Capt. Al.ajnd0 hich wi
"Loi-" Stephens. LI- gYma .UW W
R ansu claimed that Steahens was uaiordinfte Asatas a(raemep et
and pulled a gun on him after ref ilng to obey an as m. .
order. Stephens, however, denied Dulling hbis: ga u e .e Ammw dguotogo C
;. Ramos andcoubtenred with the charge thatuitau et Wt waysi ,, Wte q
W d set uo a sitIaion in Which he would 4ave been a1 s, n. -
2 tled by Ramos' henchmen if be had ab umch as om w byhis ta "oier a
touched his weapon. .. .. to Mi.lSme a- .

rained out on Tuesday, but Wedned.ay UseI wa ,ain orwipnIwthe' m Snm. .teite.
wa clear allowing the -rwaate of the parade tto a yg% .,rt-
,' report a total of SUI. thrownnr thei fl. car.- a- ts 6 0ft'WL'm
I ruled by students by spectator. in t.e .t Nations %
T The money, an' an additional sum collected by the foreign mlnstE if Aha a
lUrbsnization and Rehabilitation Bank, will so to- edIndia's lan to bring peace t
ward the nationwide fight against tuberculosis. Even some a O.diRto-a l,
o let Vidhinhky stall the plan I at t
S-More thpn 250 IsTathmian nurses gathered last week nd this earning distrust, n an a'
to attend their first convention here at the Army and land *here it slsht have eWe 0
Npvq Club at Fort Amador.
colorful exiNbits were dlsolaved featuring t he Iptest wond ha-up- waWle -
tk,-"r IIn sunplles. medical b ks nad nurses' fphlons. Whu th
"e-e'ected as nreka-ent was Berale T. urlin- n. E
Small whl Mrs. Edith Donidson was a med first vice- kick fth
president. o Ib
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ratan ti Ume rolled around tor t Latsl.At. r
lea. wto has lunt fnhted a 20-wee course rW j %WPV
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ER MONTH. "N A3VANCe ___ .7
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Jt's long and many a year ago,
Since your eyes first looked in mine,
And my infanr soul began to know
Your influence Divine;
And it's many a year since that fateful night,
When your yes, fast growing dim,
Still turned to mine from thetdazzling light
Of Eternity's wide brim.

The years have sped in their whirling flight,
As ever and .aye.they will;
But I know with my soul's clear inward sight,
That your spirit is with me still.
In all life's swift vicissitudes,
Though good or ill betide,
In Fortune's fickle, changing moods,
I know you're at my side."

Small reverence I've ever known .
For the great ones of the- earth;
For the half wit king on his puppet throne,
By accident of birth;
Por high placed'mnen of cheap renown,
Who vainly, strut and prarlce,
Disporting, each, his tinsel crown, .
By the whirling of chance.

beltve Utht art t meant It lw a p4At1
Miureum. BHutchinson hg created a alln
-customers have enthusiasUcally approved

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his cbmbinaUon of.'
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Not such as these shahl e'er,'inspife' r
One high, ennobling thought;-
And not through these, the living fire
Of Destiny was wrought.
Man yet triumphantly shall climb
To his high predestined-place,
By the faith and hope and love sublime,
In the mothers of the race. -

My Mother, sweet and sacred name,
In memory enshrined,.
Unknown to Fortune or to:Fame,
But in my heart entwined,
With all that's noble good and true,
With all things sanctified;
Today my soul is close to you
Today-you're at my side.

-By ]ohn AMcGroarty.

WASHMeTOr.- Gradually t0e a0 t .
thres Fields whd ditsppeSPRd sgii
behind the Iron Curtain -M the W f n t t 1'
beginning to unfold.I'--." 1
recent ay trlals
Mpy trial in Hungaj, .m-dl by
r tree years nob afc &w
Noel Field, formertw bilJ
, vsaka in may I adp .'n

Herewith na soluUi. to sunday resw ind a
sle, No. 454M, pubItehd today.

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Start It 'Dear 1

y daughter (the letter begin#) won't, take
off lier Stevenson button. I've tried to reapn
wit4 her but I couldn't get anywhere. Yesterday
She -came home from school all upsft because
someoniW called her a pink. Then I got upset be-
Caue ahe 'asked me what a 'pink' was and I
aon tell her. VLwash Fulton Lewis or Walter
Wiche1' or somebody would give us a definition
s I could tell VIitlina."

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3,a- d eh i6fW w1 have to .
001 O -een. t Dar Va: FOr wapt of an explanation, the ad-
-..'t tnle polite words said dreMeues of your other's letter have dishonesty
I federation, the A.L and retired It,to me for an answer as to what is a
Ptik?...Tttey could have *nswered-mothbr by
.The-ar osendiag their own photos. Instead. they have
and Nov. 7, big AFL and asked me to reply, with words.
Pks 'are 1P.& tA I fight. Wal- It. Is silly and criuel-f anyone to call you a
Oft FL. sThe AML PWnk beqa use you wear a Stevenson button. Gov.
M atUtling.-T" eStevenson Is-a very fine American. He was just
S th tas- much embarrasped by the support of the Pinks
of tHe Loft as Gen. Elsenhower wUs by the Pinks
of .Ajh-RWI. .. Of course, Vhirinia, they couldn't
drIe, Juat tell what a Pink 12. Under the laws of our
noteAl o great try-Leven they are protected from
re*Itt 3; to forJuredlea testI al themselves.

simple BuA :Im.re4 tr laws (even older than ours) a
pInk I an Inirte.owho is in rebellion against
Mt the eei tMg om the-parents who bore him-to
rel nt the-eootntry which nurtured him.. .In terms of
Wr old, our ptoverBk e.lo. have heard of the dog that
ir AFL bits tWBe hand which feeds it.. In human terms,
a Jinko (somewhat lower) is a bitch which bites
Its per as it feqds...But you do not have to know what
atlonal a. Pinko does to be:a good American-any more
the than .yo have to know what a criminal does to
.tton". be -a good citizen...The bigots who called you a
Pink (because you wear a Stevenson button) are
I real-4elping the Pinkos because there Is noth-
b :iwant more .than to be classified with
-ou Mbl Americans who voted for the Gov.
,d t,. o -. ---
lw-f &d U tNo ardly to admit it...He pre-

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In eteeluslon, a Pink la a fraud, a fool, a liar
and a louse.. .He can be more dangerous than a
Red---aince he often deludes those who are Ig-
norant, color-blind-or lack a sense of smell...
Virginia darling, I am an American like you. If
you want proof, the Russian newspaper Izvestia
just tobk a pot-shot at me (as the paper Mother
wrote to often does) for my warning the other
"day about Christmas tree ornaments (which are
made in Ivan Curtain nations) being sold here.
The profits of which, honey, will help shoot and
kill American Soldiers, Sailors and Marines...
Izvestia seriously says Walter is anti-Santa
Claus! It isn't true, Virginia, honest! Cross my

Don't stop wearing your Stevenson button...
Gen. Eisenhower (who defeated Mr. Stevenson
for the Presidency) would say that, too, I am
very sure...Be a good girl, always do what Mo-
ther says and tell Mother to keep reading all
the New York newspapers, so she can get both
sides of arguments like this one.. ,Maybe you
and Mom can vin $1,000 Reward by helping the
P.3.. catch the seven fugitive Communists,
wanted for plotting to hurt our country.

rEdson In Wahington

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Pe C.AlAien, one of Ike's closest
_S *#&3e Allen who wrote the
b ,a oad "President Who Have
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eo e In the early days of
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m m b, Ike first met
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And Mrs. Mary Allen, a sparkling, friendly .gal.
will be one of the new First Lady's closest
friends. P
A congressional eommattee Is vestigating ,re-
portl that the. omtolag heads of various bureaus
afnd agencies are rushing through wholegalejmro-
motions for oime of their favorite employes be-
fore the new bosses take over. It's sort ofa part-
hefr are supposed to be two reasonsfor- this
trick. It the new heads which are bought in do
any mass demt to make way o .men -who
they ant to hirehe e t w be to maintain
present ncumbets In th s elv service
rank. They will Just be de te. back to where
they were before the election.
On the other hand. It those persons who are
getting rush promooios gat fired, the aump-sum
pament they u-t, t tei Uued leave will be
iguredon their er = 9". other words, it
just gives them #ane qits,..is son the U.S.-tax-
The whole personnel macihery. of the federal
agencies is ,so tanu.ted rtpe nand eenapli-
cated, an investigator Mrobe eo mmttee says
that. in Is almost lmpaseHitnft 0termine niAw if
there Is a widespread aept t6' use this dodge.
It can't be proved for several months, in fact.
It takes about that. eDtOI r the paper work on
such a thing to c0jr through civil service and
be tabulated Thent 1 be too late.
PoLIe T cAiA.-
An expert on government administration claims
that on f the e jobs some of the new
abn t be MT veIs to wrestling so-called
Stj top permanent civil
-Trummat there bae beep fre*-
.l-p heads of xet 6d the

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peftion was "no ,eQret" when he means that it
was-until he. i i l .tbp Walter Winchell was
going to give 1 =teWOtO and Make It Public.
As a result, New-Yorkpvq (and others) made his
advertising de. very sidk. Because many people
who purchase the N. T. oural-Amerlean (and
other papers) heckle purhasers of his paper
with: "The Moscow Express Leaves In Ten Min-
A Pink. opposes the Communist trials in Russia
(or Czechoslovakia) but objects to the trials of
Red leaders over here.. .He employs a newspaper
as a blackjack against militant anti-Communists
while demanding the Bill of Rights as a protec-
tive instrument for Reds.. .He defends anti-Am-
erican Josephine Baker and defames American
reporters who exposed her as an Ingrate, who
plays both sides (Communist or Vichy) for her
personal gain in whatever country she appears
with her vaudeville act.

A Pink acclaims Secy of State Acheson's de-
fense of Alger Hiss and denounces those whb col-
lected the evidence which convicted him... A
Pink distorts the truth, slants the news and
serves as a mouthpiece for liars...He would rath-
er measure his patriotism by his self-esteem
than his own notorious Red-front and Yellow-
back record... A Pink expresses allegiance to
Freedom for Communists and disparages anti-
Reds and Americans who fight-them. Or fight
back...The clearest definition of a Pink, Virgi-
nia, -Is represented by the N. Y. Post's editorial
policy frqm 1948 to 1952.


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In a gesture of goodwill to-
wards their neighbors Inr the
RepiXblic of Panama;' the Crls-
tobal Beta chapter of Beta 1g.
ma Phi recently staged a fash-
ion 'show at the Hotel Washing-
ton tor the benefit bft:l9t. Vin.
cent'a Orphanage of Colon. ,
This sorority has a record of
deed in the Public Interest and
the fashion sho* was a success,
being: filled to the limit with
paying guests, with the. orphahs
the gainers.
Dresses shown were keycd to
various holidays and there was'
background music to set 'the
mood for various presentations,,
While the models looked'
sumptuous as they paraded in
.the fashion show under ihbe
chandeliers of the ballfohbb Ti h
graphed them in various pats!.
of the Hotel Washington, a.s
novelty for the readers Res l
dents of the Atlantic 8ide
without exception and most
Canal Zoners on the Pacific ,
should recognize the locations
.where the models are shw
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governmental .gasng, th pptiBaeplo hd Orgis -
nightly. Those freaedwqiaytwl Qamne NM j jot y
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