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kD~s 33 12,1953 F,,i
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s op eeks 100 File Suit
$5372 Damages .
I ffFrom Moiprist Fbr Overtime
A Canal Zone motorcycle -
liceman, Charles Norman I
District Court, Aneon, for $'11E 1o 1
damages suffered when he wt
--'* crowded into a curb and Injlrefd
siLlCt due to the alleged careleasea 0 -
I*aA WM Of a motorist.
re I Attorney nDonald ,. McNevsb Over 100 U.S.-rate Ponom6 Canal Commiss p
St-re- resei. plaint states that e sustasoine P" S have started a suit petitioning for back ova
fo =.Ir injuries 3cluding'. a pay.earned during the period of 1934 to 1945.
at tiba ot' eros cuts and t o The group includes fmr commisay empi
as innAofa d hodrshd and arms aft who were contracted abroad to join the move, a-S
actual return from his motorcycle whn M resent day workers.
es t ld a curb on Tvoll Avsnue, Attorney Donald J. McNevin is preparing he
Ittuted5 m* onthe had to.about 7:r5 p.m. lasteJunee.pv
tAl .15f m 4 a ao 7m5 are aaked of j e employes, all.of whom worked 42 or 41 1
ai k the Damages are asked of Johnduring the period stipulated but receind no
tenal eveafe for the e darece Francis. cable splicer, theperiodstipulatedbutrce
c laim were collected of Bal s who allegedly mada mtim pay.
in unjustly.Thte dinSn W &% sudden left turn, apparently e-
.de st %the n ti to enter SaA Juan Place, According to the Canal Com- coming a party to this
in' Cto enrd tW withps u serving that the olRt. Phyi records, office help dur- you are asked to forw,
isaccbrn'.eorda wit cer waK on the left ige period 1934-1945 worked portion of the retaJner igiq
Ue a tatWt s. p. .ult. another nmotorcyeca 42 hers a week, and the retail is fixed at five dollars.
lwig'inea taJttle had observ atgre ym lo "puIt In 48 hoars To start is attion It
IwI, O 4l..l _T dM week. They wqre paid on a 40- necehary to obtain ot
198, 1*atl ip $5,000 datm wi. hour work week. time records overthe pat
sit.; gt,-y wr.f W e ia*ks 8u for overtime pay is not question, and this lan ela
She was t 1ci, practice on the Isthmus. done op behalf of those we
^hiSKrk, upi'usUp 4 a P aSevea years ago, a Dredng who actually partlesk
S1 Bvaln empoye, v y, t a
a 'Jstarted action .
V&are. fa M
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e Oanal ta -ny m
S 'o. -most Zenlana a
Solid ay extending
bo Sunday, Dee. 28.
t& persofanel offices of
reiterated tservlees received cop-
ler 4 p,,w -executive order from
w-o use today, and of-
btatofe' 6.1 RHeights atla ex-
."i ltentarUily to receive
to the Db_ Wtve order applies to
sent autt, in the field service
. In 1953 who for. special
? taxea s are xWuded by
g the .-of ,the ag'icles or
ce from duty would
Jotay wil 0 t with provisions
,a a of government of-
r mean that those em-
S regular duty will not
fd the day against their
i. recently announced at
Heights that a liberal
would be in effect
employes on the Fri-
Christmas and New
days and that employes
plbe excused from work If
vet, It was then antlci-
tbat such absenmes would
wed to annual leave. The
ewi4 s executive order will
feet the policy for the day
New Year's Day.
htey Ve tinterested'i
*" With C
S.i C O.C. eI..a co Did you
4ttemr96 tho Paclf'i Aide, bo, e
t to workers on the Zone ranal 7
Sas,those now residing in ho anal
=re as follows: up at 6:30
C*rtarn of the Commissary a sack on
emtloyes who were employed be- b0 feet of
m ier s were the policemen IdentifIc
te ctet, firemen and others he made
ma eg whom have received the Station.
mfIn e due'them.
A nVmber of these employes E
hale decided totake action to
repover these sums and have Sat
co ulte_ Donald J. McNevin, a High
pructi, g attorney in the Canal -12:0 as.
Zoe. I you are interested in be- 12:43 p.m.
lose your black j*
one police today'
youth who W 1*
this morning, run
the Gavilan aoe
n his back cont
e awaiting word i
before the yout%-
cation of the hose
at the Balboa
tarday, Dee. 13 '
SiStMore Guard Is On The Bai
ChMlren today joined dogs in the category ofiL "w'-~
deslrables" at the Army sales store. t
S Started uothem who arrived at the Cmoreal and al 1'0
SKobbe stores for early morning shopping tedy we
amtuai.--a Msee a brand new sign stating "No '
SA- i Play.pen was pushel ltoe a earaer of each
time s stores Iato which mothers light deposited
A soldier was posted to stand guard ver the pla
pon which Immediately became crowded with screamB
S M y mothers who felt uneasy about shoving their -
chlMren together In the limited space returned h ms '
The order was posted alongside one which warmno .
"No Dogs Allowed."
Dec. 12 (UP) Chrlti J
gen*en made her first pu
appearance a wiau1 th
and said r feminine e
that .d a press .odat
would never appear on e
Her asit said shll
celved m .fan.j-i
(.nae George) Turns r
arm, Dazzles Pre"
SA correspondent who edged I "Only behind the -__
%r- up -close noticed a slight dewn' he said. "I am a phoo
eon r upper p but no indl- not an actress.
lay at e ever had used a ra- "I have been a o
Or~ since I was 6, anI
se I"as Jorgenen left the Dan- will be le to make a
Al- absh hoital where she under- with ,why amer .
w of hormone In-
re-i operations to "I havb no ambltlo to
te esex, and held a Hollywood. It sla t r
ian i r ec to talk abdut have receled many
aft ^ ^ .color film I have not accepted
4' h she plans to "I hav spoken to
i,-. tour in the United producer Al Resto, bt-.
accepted no offer had deii
M obviously was pleased by tend to My job l'
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pop siMON T YAS 'NovAwA 6 00 There's been too much tald
about the long dead Murder, -
THi*nIs yoa FaSUM THE READRiERS IWN COLUMN nce., and too little discuasion or0O f t sh ol0 F y I d
Cynicism, Ipc.. a big, callous tr .wnrult, . ...
S 'dver, of packets of cash In ... .
AE Osmall but numerous and eaily TOr v
e Mm li a pli readers oa The Panama Amie be T.o is for example, the
icen. Letter ae reTeved greelullm end are haded in wholly6 .Sai X spectacle ia New lork of m .
i hn. ersGcrusading and bemedalle led- silIfD,
al c i t e lt don't be patient t doesn't appear the era narcotics agent being per-of 11' "1& .".
e t day. Ltof.s oire publisheds amn the order received secured and jaloed for r uftg "
Pease try to keep the letters limited to ons eeal lumstth. to reveal his sources in a fight
Identity of letter writers as held in strictest confidence. on the nation's king-pin mo-
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as pinions sr.Meanwhile, at least SO thu at
expressed in letters from readers and other experts in muscle i -
-a --- and multiple cover-up book- tg
keeping live tree and handsome- -.- aI_.
Dear Sir: comnriny of our too politicos'
while terrorizing buonessnlen BI
I think oour paper really missed a fine opportunity to do a and unions to make th- millions Qx tar r
4,rvice to humanity and strike a blow for democracy by failing tor such comforts. .:e s .Il ta
ito print the storv of these two poor Colombian orphan boys while The Jersecuted Federal nar- : s
OhM were still here and could be helped instead of printing the cotics agent is Bosto a George
Istorv after they had sailed. White, to whose courage no- ;.
movie script writer could do ,I
Your conscience should hurt plenty. justice. h..eaatrodt
S The other day he was called /,1f
So don't let It happen again, and let's hope that the Colom- In by a Fderal Grand Jury will Ma l 'f
blan authorities will help the brace of kids inste d of intimidat- secretly investigating the EXECwillhO andl ...
inz them. and let church and state there prove that theirs is a nent and trucking rkets. He hon o sr w
country that has a place for its sons who show the spunk these was asked for his sources. lie ,son
ids had. refused to ego"e them.He 9 i t
l u Jailed. Then on releaseBL 1.:N" "ishO bit t .%4n a o 0 i s i Bi r
over the weekend he was RrA 9n5-6saw .to C ..-
Frustrated Do Gooder. threatened with enss days *AI t r b e not.
confidential Informants. to' -ap;* si",'
Editor's Note: counter-espionage technique to ,oov. CK 4 tTe" jaAt nrWla.21
our 083 agents during the war, .o., 5n II -: -
We. too, regretted that the plight of the 13-year-old teen- knows that no large group can l e l
agers Irom Colombia was published in The Panama American too be told such intimacies of in- CTan le lIs"
,.4te for the readers to take any action that might have been in- vestigation without its leaking ,anf t
adIcated. somehow. ________________________ ie
Seveale. foe en o a i o e r O This would mean no more SoS n
Several factors entered into our handling of the story. Our sources. No one would trust him. SIaF anw
original tipoff on the story gave almost no details, nor was the Furthermore, the mob would 1af B1f s
"term day" in US District Court. when many cases required at- then knock off the informants. Ipea el l at the i .
tention. That afternoon an Important criminal hearing had to be While awaiting gangland execu- t0e RUARK s IhHe" a not interest tedolf t q n i
covered in Balboa Magistrate's Court. tion. the stoo lea, would get no wyBApoliticl ".-- -.
On Wednesday morning. though the Civil Docket was being work anywhere, and would go Ar' -
Ta-led in Dswe considered sending our report er out nunry in their hideouts.R e t taShe
Called in District Court, we considered send our reporter out But the pressure i on White. S.S. VULCANIA (At Sea)--OlV, the good ship I hope the cocktail season a tid the CDhristms of te14tidA 'b-h"'-
to Pedro Miguel 1all. to which the boys had by then been transfer- The Grand Jury has even been Vulcania is a fine, fast Italian.vessel with very party season will be very gay in the city this over the
red. However. it was decided that a picture of the teen-agers questioning other narcotics a- few people on it at this time of year.;Which: year. And tha" the hannovawi flourish li h t "n '
would add much appeal to their case. gents about George White's pri- makes it all the nicer for a guy who has bast le- t.hei holly an- th yule O. aret
Wednesday afternoon the boys were Interviewed and photo- %ate life, his home and the con- cided to run away. If Santa Claus comes to call on me he wil War. 4 AM. 4tau1
raphed After hearing their story. ur reporterie phoned the versatios he h ld with his I am on the lam, ust like a lot of other people have to have a certificate of solve his tha
Mexican Consul in behalf of the boy who claimed to have been guests there. u knw. e Atlantic is act up, and od bank and a good conduct re r.- lo n
born in Mexico. But the Grand Jury has not part of thdpassenger list is lool g a litt e polt .kir .I think I wilt b zitidtQisssip.,1-o" w.s
called In any of the 30 or so and p: ad around the mouth.ut I a .of with: e Selassle in Ethip ..and they are very even
There was no indication at that time that the boys were to thugs and tecmhniciaans t1 1u"etb sort who never get se sick d te mylt tifan ta "'
be deported next day, on Thursday. the day the story ran. have the evidence to exi l ather. i "g my life. I
M orf -if. .. gotout of vtS
ine activities of T@m ap HIBlow; wi, Fall, rainl Tluriftotlaoai There know a lot -* nefarious :pe ht 4*tt pfI I.. ,)
Even so, we hope the story may not be entirely fruitless. (Tnree-kin ) Bwn, o- is a Isp ngy eyes again. And pa paS a -..a- a tael
W-twe, history, nu, ou a o gla a w
'am a Japanese boy manag- h g e r u Wakabayashi have remain unqu e n ray ob s.a n mo o rAnll ea
Ing a small pen group calle t de .ged 14) trle Grand Jury.' a n jm, o wemsrd l
NaM! International Pen oroup 21 Naka-cho. Nanal-mura, g ,f h mnair,"ave td.minMilka nIbeW tougdawn theI#als
with three friends o orrmineIn Haga-gun, Tochi.i-Ken, Lucniese-Brown, now reputed y ,ou can t e it, suddenly oi nl*o .* $1O woark everybody, ll r u -forefh t i,
order to p r o m o t e friendship Japan. the nation'a crime overlord, for one n and one set of c00-fram111d 11 rva "e.c
ailamong the young Hobbles' Basketball, games. 'riTey were recently questioned tO bear. you a.i' -th fistte R meladn .e tat. h; wt trti.
pe o Mr. Hajime uroko (aged 16) by agents of the ral This is when you run away t.his is wwht yo u- 'the- frstome-'thle.n30r,.za:my.
Some boys and girls of my JKamni-Oba, Mashiko-machi venue Bureau. They defied these leave IKe to run the world witlioat any h a-m lo -.vaaon., lye been d $g tihis r09p t4 trai lt b= 90.
With yoflngpeople living in your Japen. ignored question. They gave government, and worrying abom:t Inflation,.and l on,'and a in Stood to pipj hoofl frl[4
beautiful country, Panama. So Hobbles: Re a d I ng. history LahI anwsiar. They sneered and fretting about the H-bomb, a.-wondering about tle while.
please introduce our members to ':_i m m I n g, stamp collecting,: hev left. Three-finger Brown.
luch boys and girls as are will- s. ti' tnev knew that the shadow This is when you pull a Bill .D er and tak e If there are stories around I ap to write them. of
a to get acquainted with us by Mr. Yuko Ok Aged of ther muscle lay heavily over off for the far places, if for le sin ster realso If there ain't, I ain't.'Right nofW I $el d l -Sta ity
di ofui my hope Hobe. Baskeall, photogr- They knew too their time looked there w a very likely covey pree- leave the apow to
Our members' list is as tfol- Mr. Batokhi Kamata (aged 15) cily accepted attorneys some in Ber na. mamalns.. Wre me when w --,--.-- ..-...
no f l iNaka-cho. Nanal-mra, or whom talk so energetiohlly .*"-..--"M-_..:I -ttd
r. Takell Ota (aged 16) Heag-gun, Tochigl-Ken against crime at campaign S"Is lee m .Moa-n--.
13 Kami-eho. Nana-mura. Jpnan. imel that they had nothing to w :M : oh!0JfW2&
Baga-gun, Tochlgi-Ken. Hobbles: PingponB, photogra- er from the Treasury Deprt. ie Isyt
hobbies: Stamp collecting. bGl- I do hope you wK'nnr( like to be it's little known, but the
Tak Uoakabe (aged 16r) treen you cunr y -oug pler an le udre a- ...tmin
i GOsn, -mur., 'ons and those of my country, ever they admit in snob ex- T 1E BROADWAY STAgU 'oulte. C.t allos of lett4 "to i b tnev ,wr
-agsn-gu dTochigi-Ke. Hb lemation by the Internal Re- :t., Yo.At 80"' nr h'D
Japan. and I firmly believe our mu- venue Bureau cannot be md Cnrtain-T4. The Gallie troupe contnmed tl Warnik a 'al o
Hobb ies: Stamp collecting, iual understanding will doet much for criminal prosecution, withl efl allopus of it sopoerb te" nlN ,jewVw-
e. cards.eTo for the frienrdshun n between your To get at tnem the Treasury o a for e a l.dr .i-
1 OHaira Nanal-m(rse sontrhn I Na Dept. must go through other, -d l & Msoor. s w l l a tl"41'l0O aef. a
age-gun, Tochigi-Ken. r 2 Nana ka-m iarn HaOTvhguan lo endess tortuous analy- thnI' aWt Ari oau*"et. inws t Ir eL
Jaaan.v Toe- n gun. sa of ooks, and legal action. ut sm. a hce La Nm aroupe, -co W w auw
I aobbies: Stam p rnletinoe pho n Once the T-men put a goon un- ter ~ffsl. apiami f. # oh tam.. 'r o
sspv krdif lsl n .irrAND SOUTH AFRICAN this information cannot be used a meels ndt
:22 4aka-cbn. Nnl-m I am a ounil or We s t o ri n miale But t p ion bewGadu cnaeeAi I Iblohise suer re
Hags-gun, Tochigi-Ken, r. oI.oo Jrhanrfe. burr Soth A- at the-goons. Rbly iti1le s*BlpNrlht
.of handwriting, baseball, his- We learn about your ct' nd. aem js a een swa .them as oeyoo attela8*
country I an very much inter- Ameria's ben arcoticsngentsf Th an ... the gAnoro ulue a Onda, and b
S.; or miwag estith wns o l Eit tothugs other e *m Md
SK... ..har. a .lmuaw e and woustrl q of yor neole are cited for contempt. If they HeraI -rlib ,.e eaS asc n tn to ome of yu as y ro
Baang ou hlets brochuresaan d action as was Alger Hiss, It's eveng ends as a ippenl I the American traditon W have be
2 aka-cbo. Nanal-mura. and Foulrth Avenue tot oomgree moin en toritycnbhlipruyWhat statdoetn- aAde t
Hag&gun, Tochigi-Ken. Westdene Iv tntheyghmoons bl-l.e comedy stageo-'tt, ...It is f.
obble Basketbamp coll, gardening, .I oIwnthemf e. fre duato lm tr A os ne r tu she withe s out sn no- -taCdeep t4
nt. thbhemIn" e wi anis ea nt iete The ivA1Tt 0
ofhandwritiNum bTak ebahadhis-!ag ed rn o uJ c Rou han th les ten atiVing N lyatt"rwacol .et dlnt o n 0
a- N nlnronIevtovenueelns m rnig thae suddenr- gabe g a"ot.u t O. thes "At l -goneoug
Tochigi-Ken. Wetadne. Wnehphey haveausoe bi -timei omd sfttr ageez.co age1" _S tnd (o f ewtrted.".m my p.e-
Woe: seblgreig=u Tolebers fori a p a ndrtnurh, Il et W ol At th en O. s the y l rl n fth t ,,
mar blemnad DMbluan.s. .
sa30 Board of Directors aof th nau. f
s*:sier tional Crime Syndicate that he W b toMas
(Luchese I wau taking over East-oia ifaul O
,.. .ern rackets. Yet this man iMse sed raw..."(ce se b
LOuchLee ii apolitle plat]& -" fig.
and contributor to dolitieal .. .
4 leaders an4 their Organization s. The lAfte t:, r
deadlier than Murder. Inc. It bq abbath
'corrodes a whole nation. .zet (thef.
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6 OiSgelgttadd-- .
f1l( fault with "
six heala. Noos]
to ;givfe., lubs
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Js Sthe Intr- andl rank .ft of loung mother esdj chb.6'ed
ttongOra, .'u.zi' si and t i ace s ,m l wth a "weekend" *bifdoimt
ius. It a e4 passengews'ho saitd. o her children wa held la 5,-
a dtd by Haitt. n&day afternoon from wa 000 cbal in felony urt tod a
I. mlvdot, Ousie- for the Istlamu6 bh the hia a member of a ho.-up-ga1 .
racao. ltner Pana Mrs. Rita Niecn. 25
iltors of allnation- The advance passenger list of Brooklyn wasaul rni obnei
er traveling-on bus- the. 8.. Panama,. ontains the ay roassaltan hld In
sure, the new ddcu- names of many ta&l employes L July 13as station holdp
araa Mtlltreq. who aeo t I k which pheallegedly got a $32
ra 0ard th th at. Bothe $225 loot..
a 20 quest nit the 8tAtBoth ea On Magistrate Aztllony. Mgl
led out oL entertin the Panama ars to retue to te h ball tond er
rel aaon eprttre. State .a the sam ashp. she would be better off In jall.
rd-hrilsx questions. The complete advance pa- ve u w
I d claete during renger list follows: Yble to rai thisemanu
ridea at- he wrtlig Howard Buehler; Mr. and Mrs. Your angwou jt as m fln
nd dpartuin n- R Z. Clarendon; Mr. and Mr oou a
oeph T. Cop. and 'dagbter; blow your brains out -as -they
orp aTid -. 1p dea ; Mrs. would those of any victim...
ptr t Ally A EjpSf. CdOupe'n;Mr. Mrs. Niemczynaki was arr
P Other. and Lr, Flem ; Mr. M d lat Tuesday, and rle ln
1,n Dee ,a UP) d MrS.rS Ja $500 bll, on a cha 99e o i.
da 2r4r and Mrs.; .apL H enin her children. e
Dec 1U) O; o Capt. anda "S Ta# 5. ATuy 16 for
r Ietl and Ghtca* Hearn; pr, -an Mr;. Daniel at-r d-udy Ann, IS mo4 r
itw today m 4 Hirchl aad two tcdrenMrs. an hotel wth one 1 er
T0 136;B ts H oetrce Jidpei -and-Mr. and Mrs. -ri shko, who said he wx the
efore. theo M Te Mr.Mr. C Maolvedth sdi
iyi for th two air and Mrs. C. May; Mr. and : a.eoeklyn hordups. w.
a tMrm et; M Mr. jeane Mr M. Patchett a.d dAicmtted t. lt in-mrui rd
yq fsor ffta3? B. Thanbr and M r.i" an d mitted uoMc9 W oB cp heo
.f p ioh lde QuidMisd dTheur ewith her foot o ,n tle4ua .1
Walter T. Schapow; Rlcharo:C. St frteonb .h
RObert. C &G attor- SuhiefewR: Rep. and Mrs. i 'ertt l ________ saon
reo l awtu P-5crlviner: Miss Cloria.Se- ith Mu.tard
.the.r K ton ..RJep. and Mrs. Frank E. ar
Ai r lH.h.or0.a. Smith; R. B. Stem; Mr. and Mrs. WAVX=, Alta. (UP) The
any aerl David B. Thonburghh; Mr. and cold noith produces a hot crop.
Sr Mrs. Joachin Vall]rino and so n- early a mUllion dollars worth
%ax. registered bj 'Ass Mary Wenzel; Mr. and Mra. of coManecrial Mustard was
,1nn' HarlaiM, re Juohn B. Weymes and daughter; harveatsd In Alberta in 1962.
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SBY ERSKINE JOHNSON
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t HOLLYWOOD (NEA)-Exclu- show will emanate from his sick-
aiMely Yours: Zippy Ann Both- bed ..Bob Stack's girl friend,
etn, who recovered from the Claudette Thornton, has been
Mime illness that cost Gertrude dropped by U-I.
Lwrence her life, is wearing *
nDvie greasepaint-and a smile Highbrow's definition of a
-for the first time in t h ree crackpot: Psycho-ceramic.
Earning to the screen as one Former moppet star Ted Don-
*l three blonde telephone opera- aldson, now a tall, 19-year-old
ptjs Involved in a murder in senior at UCLA. has been noti-
oducer Alex Gottlieb's "The fled to report for his Army ph -
oeeII nex A lin o UahrI rJris
e Gardenia," Ann's con feess- ical John Barry nre Jr is
tha, t "no one will ever really rowmng a mustache and escort-
vng Cara Williams around the
k @owhow ill I was. The doc to rs .Martin and
d they lost me for10days." ltterens...Dean Martin and
Sday ra m e d oln err y Lewis posted a "This-Set-
wc An osl rco- Closed-to-Hal Wails sign ou-
The ofdrheadeyd diesete from Woed-to-Hal Wallia" sign out-
which Ann miraculously recov-side the set of "Th e Caddy." Wil-
ered after a two-year fight was lis. flanked by six studio pol4ce-
a. virus affection of the liver men, crashed the barrier with
wIlch she explains is "almost the argument, -I'm a stockhold-
le a nervous breakdown I cried er You can't keep me off the
Rw days and my nurses couldn't set."
wcar regulation gowns because B
the rustle of the nylon sent me Walter Wanger hasn't given
ito hysterics. It was a horrible to his attempts to reconcile with
experience." Joan Bennett. The walls of his
Also leaping into a filmed TV office at Allied Artists are cover-
series. "Private Secretary." Ann ed with photos of Joan... Ginger
haUrS ly one red light from her Rogers and her French adorer,
doctors-"I can't get over fati- Jacques Bergerac, are having
g .- When I get tired I sit down squabbles.. .While Ethel Waters
ad things stop." is away in New York, her Hol-
'- lywood manse is being taken
o* 2Waterfleld's announce- care of by Tedd Breggs, Ethel's
nent that he's quitting pro foot- next husband, according to In-
ball Jan, 10 is the cue movie pro- sides.
dUcer' f Sam Katzman has been *-
wuitinr for. Says Sam, "Now Pat Knowles cut down villain
w9're going to make a movie star Leonard Penn with a sword in
out of him" "Flame of Calcutta" And I guess
Under contract to Katzman, we'll just have to forgive him for
Under_ contract to Kellman. quipping, "Who said the Penn 1is
ireasetdint Feb. 13 for another mightier than the sword?"
"Jungle Jim" film and then, says
Katzman. "We'rte oing to give
him coaching for bigger roles. He He Says It's Beer
has a great future as an actor." TOKYO iUP) Tasty syn-
HOLLYWOOD & GRAPEVINE thetic beer can be brewed in
There's been no official an- four days instead of six months
rniouncement. but the Holly- and sold at one-third the cost
wood and'GrapeVine buzz is that of natural beer, a Japanese
Ginny Bimms and Bob Calhour, scientist says.
recently reconciled, are await-
Ink the stork.. ."Mickey Rooney
--'hen and Now," is the latest
subject of a Ralph Staub Screen
Snapshot. The celluloid goes back
to 1928 but diplomatically over-
looks Mickey's wives... Preview
fish: Shirley Booth's "Come
sack, Little Sheba," sparkles
like an Osoar,. which she should
'*ri. In the same film Terry
more, in a tight-fitting sweater.
, bdd George Glass quipping:
*']ven on a flat screen she looks
sa& Zsa Gabor is burning over
John Huston's imoortatiop of S .
Colette Marchand from Paris for '
B Hoywood premiere Dec. 23
"Moulin Rouge." The rals
ire bllinx in the film. but Zsa .
eated to get the local
l and Litai r oon
separation rumors at a O st r
d*rne.rfor the "Plunder in the
Sin,". iomDanpv in Mexico City.. .
0: 0%orge Raft's romance with Why feel upset, tired, headachy
Sry T lingan, the NBC TVenus, because of Iste hours, aciddidgetion
has reached the stage where she or temporary slusgishnoes? Take
and her family are living at his sparkling Eno a hedtile and you'll
LBverly Hills home while he's promptly help neutralize excess
votingg in Europe... Corinne stomach acid. n you o wake, take
Calvet's getting into the swim Eno as a speedy, gentle laxative.
Imit-model act in rempetition Caution: use only as directed. Buy at
IniFrwIUiams. The French doll drungists today-see how good it is!
.s posing for pictures to bally- EFFr CTIVE DOUBLE ACTION I
S swim suit-clad dolls that i.AAcO-ir e
ike swim suits-for-gifts easy l Ww~5"A n
.Viveca Lindfors is denying / n a pIomIIy.
nted reports of a feud with I AVATIvE-quick.
s r fellw countrywoman. Martsp LS f*d ,e,- hm.or Ta
ren. Both are Swedish. but eU bePiore brekfast.
eca claims: I'm an untyped when n0eded.
5llS AND THAT WI0 Ss
SEddie Cantor's Jan. 18 TV
FRECKLES AND. IS fRENDaS
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Cr. lap NA. r .ie
bpr. 1M Kby NCA knee. b.6
"Some dumb girl at school is mailing notes to me, Mr.
Cuthbert! Will you take 'em home with you so I can call
LADIES AND GPITE.--
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Don't Forget that we stock a full range of
tyres for English Cars.
Agencies W. H. Doel, S. A.
14 Central A'.:r, e Tel. 2-2771
Abadia y Augusto
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.Phutographers got one of their
.:' ha Truman news confe'-
-RAs ECoo "y D Tc the cameras whirred ard
Ass 'zom-d, By .oneec
'Kl! ,UN ,oi buTlba poppedodurin 'h
I'a. "b Kife- 'n !4X l.. -0hindt live minutes, resident
o' "s . blih AIayin joked with reporters i- *
Sn- UtA lead Okla. Dec.y U)--d e pleasant haces amon-
hWh k~ig up a grand s s.t h ia ly or ljude t toaound to his
e, erp rUnited States he ter, wohe .la id. Steverpon for president. phographers sought. permis-
C]p$ttunp-,. -a t. t Ditrict Judre Elmer Adams ale n view of the tPreside it's
hepr g sa ctt iho ad onoweet ue M gutus aDl any Do Macth they d
ch. a l _a" a ro t, .n ,an of Lle, accused a 8tat which "looked like they were tem and dismissed the cte* thought it would be particularly
e"I t a the to the realities" In tstloiy Today, a physteiian told Ruedl of r egulatid of the oresn,"
temper Cnre nd the Wedneday that the deymnen that e "hexed" woman wasAdams saidel "whether they agree Baer Wai. After the decision
wha the 83rd C s begins UN are-engaged.in "espioz- gravatedb hoyme cfl-es and the "-s peal and "fight sfor thi.s prin-i -
to e funds for t a age activities.' te r Idea of wtilhetraft." The suit was brought by Judge ciple to the highest ocurt.-
-roeg e aridere Choking off U, ,1. yunis for .,.,
ucira fgaat '* r- eIoat o., since thi- cou t
Ucbtlar a.te pit Pays more. tiran oher .
16co alled ct of its apprlmate S.- TH GENERe AL P uBLIC
real. a base por sp tei and i ublUc at thuea s o. a _h*etle '
subversie/' Wfley aik ainio e- day. of developmeii Jlnthe 'con- AND
red sta tment. .. troversy over alleged use of the' D
..- .- UN as a base for subversive ag- )
"* ... ms *v ,lvt allt the United A'XTE.
13Bea ide o ie'sl statement, otbOer d
Sg ai atls ed on 5" th e Ifor State ionr -
""M;ntsi ou"-l-utim si B tos h t n t ef a"
3. db) N ouN A mat o f~" Ith n-e i a
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3:30 r- a ner ate on rouff d. th f t nd a
4:30- t Your tit e Ut he ri y ga e
5:18 [ps ON TIre AIR-- oetice.v
Agea Steer) 3) A denial of reports that (F. & RRdeaheim)
5:20-What'a Your F.avorite Lour West Europeans have been
-tooptd to fired in the' first extenon of
5: t, :,our Favorite so th ed a h4 w
6:0 lTde fPaC T.re i& l plenty of time to move before
lae td o e .hr tomas. exer wi" careolt crate and pack
f.. y ur eret y o iuoe slA ha
...i = oft "te Info ciaitlion .,- ~urmitliu,:tvtl in., r;tr
weiia- of P.O.
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and'plce eveythirg just there you wiant
it. An4 guarantee ery article will reach its
destination, without d chip or scratch.
MOVING INSURA ICE AT SMALL EXTRA FEE.
:Tel. 22451 2-2562-
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maBries and Pilloas? . Crpvince yourself by using
jutl world famous
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FLY. to hear-by COSTA RICA- $35. ..r i, 25. .,e, ,
TO MIAMI-Via Costa Rica & Cuba Only $93. ,.. ..,- $169 .- ...
Enjoy all day time flying and see more for your travel dollars!,
SC- 0MTO'CO $85. o....,. SI35,.., ,o.,a ren-$1r6p&,...
ti TO LOS ANGELES $149.15 o.. __.- $252__5 ", "-,,
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DAILY FLIGHTS 7 a.m. to Costa Rica
Apply to: "
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
TeL Pan. 2-185 Opposite AncD B ia OA
make Choosing Gifts Easier at T AH I T
pieciallv PridW. ;ift .
wings for Ev
irthstone, initial, onyx
id cluster rings for
en, women, children.
OK gold mountings.
rubies. I Ok. gold.
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OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. 'TIL XMAS.
FOR SPARKLING EYES ON
CHRISTMAS MORNING AND "
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FOR YEARS TO COME
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Phone $-4638 Panaml
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Jiea r oit', Ad wiTh one of or Agents or our offices in No. 57 "'l" Street.- Panami
No. 12,179 Central A4e. Col6D
go 4 Tivoll Ale -Phune 2-2291. and
Foulih of Julv Ave -Phone 2-0441
Salon de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street
Carltoni Drug Store
10,059 Me]6nde. Ave -Phone 255 Col6n
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones .a'" street corner Eitudiacte St.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-8199 Phoaxg 2-2214 and 2-2708.
Minimum for 12 words.
Jc.'each additional word.
FOR SALE FOR SALE
Hlo ,hltoA' 141 A uta1nlsi *e
FC ALE ---F ,..,e .ier.geraoiC imported Used Tires & Tubes at Bor-
) ALE U- C'. : I,- E' I gain Prices. at Agencios Co:nos
:,c,.,,es-.'L-.. ,1 I Aun-Row No. 29, Tel Panarma
:*3.A L,..." T l. B.:.lb.:.a -1'027 2-4 -
3 0 i FOR SALE -1947 Plymouth, 'ce-
S- --I a clo- c.al De Luxe 4-dc.or sedan. radio,
F- .r SAdL g ob-l .. 6 chOii 3 new tires Phone Ft. Sherman
-0 0 CCpru, and bmbaoo 8-70,9.- -
b,-.,-Oa'e 3C 00 Balboa I-1 FOR SALE -1941 Oldsmobile ,. 4A
ce . 0 P ,. door sedan. Excellent cond'.on.
F SALE -D,---nr -h.'. from 13 Phone Bolboa 2-3524.
i-., Jt .r.arc:. rni.e tram 9S.- FOR SALE -1942 Cadillac 2 Door
i', "'r,'"'m :c trom 17 00 sery neat. good condition, good
ynoe Clo.e,i trom ,',C Word transportation. Duty Paid.-. $375.-
rpbeS raom $25 00. Hollywood 00. Call Panama 3-3730.
Beds 1mom $44 06. Rebuilt solo-
beds $130 .00 RebNP nd UsedEnd. FOR SALE -1951 Dodge K.ngsway
Cobede. ad 3 Co Ne Tables at mo. Custom. 4 door sedan. Duty free.
Ceraoe. nce Aon kinds ao New j Phone Panama 3-2143.
Used furn.ure bargain's. FOR SALE -1948 Ford 2-door De
CASH OR CREDIT Luxe sedan. $700. Call 2-1659
Household Ecchhar,,e. 41 ATenido cr 2-4 33. evenings.
Nacional IAutomobile Row'. Tet. 3-
91c1. Open ilAu do.- Saturday 8 30 FOR SALE-.1 949 Ford, 2 door sedan.
to4911. 6 Op Must sell immediately. Call Bal-
-______----- boa 3477
FOR SALr -New Geon,al Electric,
FOR SALn-e- Ran phogrl Eleh' FOR SALE -1950 Studebaker "Star-
Co-. Phon. Rad.t Clayton 22og 01 ghrt Coupe. Radio, undercoaled
Co l Phon Ft layo E,xcelleni condition. Phone Balboa
m a 1.:. 4 p__ 1471.[
FOR SALE -9 P.ece bamboo lhng- FOR SALE -1948 Chevrolet 4 door.
chair oom bne for 12 family, kith-" Excellent condition. House 2013-
el. "t.enriean blinds for 12 a- B or phone. Curundu 6159.
m,iv .,hhen. Call Boaboo 3477. FOR SALE -1960 Oldsmobile Club
FOR -ALE --Westinghouse Refriger- oe. Hadror otc, W-SpW t resg
a0or. 25 cycles. Good condition onsea ers, radioSpotght.
Phone Panama d -r579. Brriada back-up lights Telephone 3-1043
\,sia Hermosa 807 iTransisth- Panama__________
mon Highwoy' iFOR SALE -98 Oldsmobile De Luxe
OR LE --, Bendix automatic wash- 1950. Four Door. Radio. W-S-W.
ing machine. Sacrifice Come be- trres. new Bofain. $1,700. Phone
fore noon to R I-C Rousseau. any Curundu 6290
day FOR SALE:-1936 Ford 4-door, not
in exAcellpnt running"-hndit,on,
FOR SALE -Ddngroomn table. wo. price $l o.00. 194 Cnle ,
man' steel dresser, buffet, wond. prIc $35.0 14c tra Ave.ein
en. 21 2-B, Pedro Miguel. Phone ojage at back.
4-506 FOR SALE -1951 Kaiser De Luxe.
-SdLEiString silver flatware rdio white side ,olls, new seat
FOR SALEmo Stereasonble r price. To covers Will sell to highest bid
bo :en reat NoaPedodes Morrison House 425 Ancon. Phone 2-43R1
OipaOSi c Anricn Postoffice. FOR SALE
BEtAruGAIN 9 phc e mahCo- FOd
V d ninqr.:-'orr rw cO l Moteorcvcle
$CC1Q0. Will r' hi r I50l 00
Aao now bed, 2 :-,pete. night FORI SALE: MetorQrcle 1 95 I
ft,. $1.00.00. No. 27, 43rd St -- Triumph Speed twin 'Excellent
Tel. 3-4976. condition. Must sen. Cn be seen
r at House 714-0 El Prodo, Balboa
FOR' SALE Cheap Oak buffet or phIne 2-2658
roand expensive table four chairs -
House 1481-C, Balboa Tel. 2. -."SHeP W onted
'-- ^ WANTED-Maid general housework.
O R CAIL Must sleep in. Must hae refer-'
ruwu JfnlLL fences. El Cangrejo Area. Call 3-
S- eal Estate 4021 after 5 p. m
rOR:SALE:-Or trade for property in Position Offered
"Piomo place. in Bquete 5 -3--____________
htcrares. modern house,. best sew WANTED: Spanish and Eriglis"
of: the valley, also 'Planet 41" speaking Salesoirl. Furniture Store
tractor. In Boquele see Tommy Mo- $60 00 month start. Apply house'
lia. J. W. Price. housing office hold Exchange. 41 Asenido Naclo
Cwundu house phone Curundu nal
FOR SALE: Board houie.. Porque Chrismas Programs
Ljevre. $2 600. Board house, RioL is s Po a
Abatio. 2.200 meier. I oand with
fr4;t trees. $4 000 Term.. qcept-T B ea r
ec Also Iots $900 $1 70 To Be Featured
$1371. elt Malcolm Hall House
j..roo'. Stree' Gu- At All CZ Schools
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UWld Tunnel Team
'Wi s Collier Trophy
SWASBHINGTON. Dec 12 IUPI
-'-- Jn Stack, 44-year-old gov-
U jenlnt scientist, and his as-
s ocafes have been awarded the
Collie. Trophy for developpig a
Stransonic wind tunnel that may
have given America a two-year
Iad over Russia in perfecting
ater-than-sound p a n e it
$ announced today.
'The National Aeronautical
Association, which made the
announcement, said President
I Truman will'present the trophy
one of aviation's highest
Awards to Tfe Yorktown. Va,
expert and his colleagues Dec.
The citation, awarded by a
committee df top aviation ex-
=,prts4 called the transonic wind
Mtniel throat developed by
Stack and his associates "the
Igeatest contribution to aero-
Children's Christmas c a r o l
programs will be featured In Ca-
nal Zone schools everywhere be-
fore the pupils disperse for their
vacation', which begins Dec. 24.
Ancon children of grades four
to six will hold an evening sing
in the school patio at 7:30 on
Monday, Dec. 22. Children of
grades one to three will enter-
tain their parents at 10:30 In the
morning of the same day.
Balboa elementary school chil-
dren are presenting two pro-
grams. The first, by children of
kindergarten to grade two, will
take place next Friday at 8:30
a.m. On Tuesday. Dec. 23, at 8:15
a.m., pupils of grades thrae to
six will sing traditional carols
Both programs. will be held In
the school patio.
Parents of chtdren attending
the Diablo HeiRhts school are
being invite to hear carols sung
by all the grades in the gymna-
sium next Friday at 10:30 a.m
Cocoli children will have their
sing in the Cocoli gymnasium at
10 the same morning.
nautical research since the use An evening program is being
Af a wind tunnel by the Wright planned for Fort Kobbe'at 7:30
Brothers in the design of their p.m. next Friday. The steps and
successful airplane." lawn will be floodlighted-and (a-
.-- bleaux will be a feature.
Pedro Miguel teachers and
Panama NeWSman children have prepared a -
P nama Newsm m geant for presentation in he
To Speak Saturdanasium at 1'15 pm Dec. 23.
To Spea Saturday famboa children will sing for
r VOA Ho kup their parents in the music room
OVer VOA Hookup of the school on the same day
at the same hour.
Jose Cajar Escala of El Panama
Amerca's editorial staff, breaen- Parents of Gatun elementary
t visiting the United State~ un- children will bear carols on Mon-
dt,. the Department of State's day, Dec. 22. at 10J15 in the pa-
t atne of persons program o. At Criatobal elementary
be Interviewed over the Voie school, the loter grades will sing
SA erica tomorrow from 7-45 in the first-floor hallway at
I"7:55 p.m. Panama time. 10:30 a.m., Dec. 19 and the up-
per grades at one in the after-
SCajar, former President of thb noon.
PAnama Newspapernian's Unlcn
will return to the republic short- In addition to Individual class-
y, room programs, the Margarita
school will present Its fifth and
h^Listeners on the Isth'bus can sixth grade pupils in a colorful
F r V the Vote of America n tableau of the nativity in the
tollowlag freft scl: 11.890: kindergarten room of the ,ym-
n t ;9. 6.: aa w.000 kcs. naslum on Dec. 10 at 2 p.m.
-' -. ft- 7", .- .' .. .' -.' ._ -
Do you have a drinking problems
Write Alcoholies Anonymous. eoa
2031 Ancm. C. I.
GRAND XMAI SALLE All t bat-
gain prices. Freh stocks Philippine
Rattan and mahogany furniture.
Large assortment Chilese novel-
ties etc. W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of
July Ave. Tel. 2-2446.
Dr WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Estudianle Street No. 140 Between
"K" and "J" street. Phone 2-
Are you looking for Rattan Peel to
repair' your furniture? Get it at
"Efereka" 1on Centroa Avenue No.
133, just around the corner of
FROM PAINAMA TO MEXICO
one way'$85, round trip $135 0l5
day-limit), $165, good one year);
to LOS ANGELES,. one way, $149.
15. round trip %252'35, 90 day-
limit). Panama Di1potch Service op-
posite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
HOTEL ROBERT, Costa Rica under
new management. Rooms with pri-
sate both. Excellent meals. Spring
time cold. Real comforting vacation
for all Jiving in tropics. See your
travel agent. /
Special for Christmas and New Year.
Professional Cold Wave, $7.50,
'"Salon de BeHeza Ana." Morto
building. Tel. 2-3131.
The management of the ARSAIZO-
NA Bar and Restaurant Is pleased
to announced through the de-
mand of our large clientele we
will offer day and night service
beginning December 22nd.
FOR SALE:--Cocker Spaniel Puppies.
AKC registered. Bloodlines of Ch
Stockdale Town Talk, Ch. Argyll's
Archer Ch. Mariqulto Cavalier
and Ch Holmeric o' Brookville.1
Call Pedro Miguel. 413 for details
FOR SALE -Piano. Styvesont rebuilt,
$400 00. Iturbi quality. Telephone
FOR- SALIE:-IKTya typewriter, port-
Sable $35.00. Electric'fan, shape
of table. $25.00. "Casq de Empe-
Ao Stonziola," East 1I6th No. 19,
FQR SALE:-Child's snow suit, size
3, good condition.-Panama 3-0095.
FOR SALE: Piano upright grand
(excellent condition, refrigerator
Coldspot 60 cycles, 3 pc. maho-
gany ivingroon,. set, Sears kero-
sene Range. youth bed stroller,
baby crib. phone 916, Colon.
. FOR SALE:-100 watt final trans-
- matter continuous tuning all bonds.
first $45.00 take it away. Inquire
FOR SALE'-Bamboo turnilure re-
pairing shop Cheap prices Juan
B. Sosa No. 22. Jimmy s Shop.'
CHRISTMAS decorations. lights and
ornaments. American Supply, J St.
FOR SALE Lionel Elect.c Tran
027 Gouge Engine, tender, four
cars and rienty leer of rack 25
or 60 cycle iransformer. $25.00
IFOR SALE-MRO-7 ccc-nmunica tjons
Receiver. Excellent condition hot
as a firecroker on ten $20000.
With 25 cycle power supply and
speaker. Typewriter Underwood.
$35.00 Tel 6-185
FOR SALE. -Horses, both pintos.
good breed. one small, one big. Tel
FOR SALE- Man's overcoat size
36-38 Curundu, 2035-D.
Bids will be Ieceived in the office
of Ihe Supply & Service Director,
Balboa Heights, or General Man-
ager, Commissary Division Mt.
Hope Canal Zone, until 3":00 p 1
m. Tuesday. January 13, 1953,
when these w1ll be opened in public
for furnihng 3.060 000 pounds
cOf Fine Granulated Sugar, Forms
cf propo.al. with full particulars,
moy be obtained in the office of
the Supply & Se-rvce Director, Bal-
boa Heighlts, or of the General
Manager. Commissary Division, Mt.
. Hope. Canal Zone.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS MISCELL DUS IEMS
Sealed bids. for opening in public,
W1il be received until 10:30 A. M.,
December 23 .1952, for Electors. In-
Iectors .Inspiretors Lubricators. Re'.
lief Valves. Watqr Gauges and Boiler
Fittings located at the Balboa S5fe-
house. Excess Sale Circular No. 28
may be obtained from the office of
Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal-
boa. telephone 2-2777.
UNIVERSITY OF PAINAMA,
SPANISH COURSES FOR AMERICANS
Beginning Saturday. December. 13.
and every Saturday therofter for2
16 weeks, the University of P4an.
ama is offering courses, begin.
ners. .ntermediate and oduanced
Spanish for Americans. Howurs: ble
ginnors, 8:30 to 10 a. m. Inter-
mVFiate: 8:30 to 10 a, m. Ad.
vanced4 10 to 1.1:30 a. am Su$.
ents fulfilling unhfrsltyL .-d
requirements will fleU" i
Cosino Santa Clara, Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservations ne-
cessary, Saturday and Sunday.
Furnished 'houses OnBeach at Santo
Clara. Phone Shrapnel, Ballboo
1389, or aye Caretaker there.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottopes. The
only court in Santa oClara with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach. Rock Gas, refrlgerqtion,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
aome3.1877, Margarota 3-1673.
Box No. 435. alboo.
Gramlich,- Santo Clara beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gomboa. 4-561 Pedro Ml-
Iwo and five room furnished and
unfurnishdd apartments; private In-
Closed *gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Crlstobol. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT:-Fumished room with
rmals to gentleman Justo Arose-
mena Avenue No 57.
FOR RENT.-Furnished room, cool,
clean, beautiful location. 48th St.
No 7, Bella Vrsta.
Large bedroom, twin beds. conve-
niently located. 54, 43rd St. ella
Vista. Call 3-4127.
FOR RENT:-Site, suitable for an
office, corner of 37th Street and
Justo Arosemena Avenue No. .73-
A. For informrnotio No. 26 East
37th Street, upstairs.
AMERICAN. fluent Spon;sh, wide ex-
pexience Latin America, excellent
co tacts and references, desires
career position with reliable firm.
Write D. V.; Box 134, Panama, R.
WANTED: Man's heavy woolen
overcoar and woolen suit 36-38,
WANTED. Blond Cocker Spaniel
Puppy. Tel. Bolboo 1065. Ponarni
AMERICAN Couple, with baby de-
sires vocotion quarters in middle
of February. References supplied
WANTED. A good, cool apartment.
Apply house 10069 Roosevelt Ave.
between I Oth and 1 th Street.
WANTED: Used baby bugjy in
good condition. Call mornings 3-
2872. New Cristobal 352-A.
NFFE Awards Pin
To Star Member
X gold pin honoring one -of
their members, W. Laurence
Storey was presented to him
yesterday at a meeting of the
National Federation of Federal
ployes at their Chiva Chivft
Storey also received a cigar-
ette lighter for bringing in 80
new members to NFFE.
Six members were elected to
the Board of Directow yester-
day.. They are MrS. Hattie
Dupree, B. W. Vaughan, William
D. J. Thomas,; T. B. Jones, D. P.
LaPlaca and Adolfo FP&brega.
President ,of Local 595. John
M. Ken edy told members
that the lirst step toward an
employee hospitalizatUon plpn
sponsored by NFFE was taken
after employes e~prested their
interest in the plan. Ken ed
said the by-laws of the asocia-
tion to administrate the -plan
was submitted to'the Command-
Ing General of the U. S. Army
Members also heard a' report
from the Christmas Party Com-
mittee given by its chairman B.
The- part which ,wil be for
members,' their famies. -and
adult guests will be held 'SuOdfy
at 'the Chiva Chiva 1Clubhouse
from, 1 to S p. m. Pny trder
Ohrisas stockings -and music
WMIl be featured,
zor To Le
For R.lrSund t
Earn e toleaVe
It costs no morl to protect
and beautify concrete,
Decorative and durable
Ask for descriptive folder
and color chart
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ae,.
Tel. 3-L4S .
VISIT OUR Smnow.RooM
1 Ante aewt
Transports Baxter, S. A.
Shipping, moving, storgre.
We pack and orate or move
anything. 'Phone 2.2451,
D ,A. ud IL ORLLAC hi
I T4 St o Oe M Row
55 Per t A oe Tel. I-!.N i
It befk hm LumL Themtiol d]
DEALERS IN NEW AND)
41 Atstomobila Row
Tel. 3-4911 -1
Lf'AIN: Walts, Fex-
w.s Tia eson &
HAlNETT & DUNN
BALBOA ,. M 0. A
RUTH MILKETT Says....
Overheard If Un ) evator of
a woman's dress hap: "George
complains regularly When the
bills come in "but- there's no-
thing he'd hate worse I ha n
being married to'a fru mpy.
dowdy wotan who didn't care
Is George mOaled to a
fish, self-centered., w 0 ma
More likely hie' Mred t
smart one who knows Geo
perhaps, -even better than
knows himself. -
The wife whAkjinrws she
married to a man.who need
feel proud .of btwse'a ap
tanee ti't SttiiflW stbnp
save on cloths I oer to
peshrthu 4 with howI
em i he Itand how
cono-w l .ala be.
Whtt good Wit t do her
impress hp. with that
he really wants is a wife
Is always turned ut in a m
ner to do hliMt., md?
Tht doesn't mean that i
a wife *houliA be linly
travagant. But she does h
tabe enough rea., t to
sept the--fat a te ma
some beefing pWI Mnbi. if
expects her t.
For often n who
mires we -rd .o 4enm
expects ii .sf 1- .to I
be part, Is NW- anal
about the t om
The wift wh6 *wa It Is
portant n. her
band's i .
put th bty t
itt it be Clotul wife t
well drawdl to:
ONE FOR THE ROAD -- Tftdl Outside df pOtiriBUiaU, Cal., line u? -o WtIJ
way 40 to be cleared of msow. Th1e 14'sa W1orA t9.a in Calfornia cloaEd l4 1ut bCt r
in this north where sertou floods threaten fta. .
Discoverer Of Duig
From Girl It Saved
-bertil Hellatrom, a Swedfsoi
nigneer and his small daughter-
rrived at the. Grand Hotel here
n.I demanded to see Dr. Selnin
. Wakasman, American winner
a the 1952 Nobel prize in wm-.
When- received, the father,.
1ith the little girl, walked up ito
*r. Waksman =d said;
"ThBt la niy daughter Eva. Fivi
ears ago she was stricken by
neningitls and the doctors had
Ivcn up hope when the news
f Vo r dd eovery of atteptomycin,
bched us The drux was rtihed-
the hospital and sav 8 her life.
"At a timq wheA so much
ouley nd. effort are spent on
prices tq kill people we would
ke to pa'! our tribute and ex-
resm our gratitude to a. great
'icntixt who works to save,
The little girl handed Dr,
raksman a bouquet of five red
qnatlons one for each she hFs
ved so fat as result of hi
Discovery of streptomycl n.
r~lf ~ 41 ZROLIC !en
a rest. aboar(L hi. a igotti~a4Xb
lsk shsaoots v Id = twal
sabedple wlewblhm bW Ail
a ,.;. ..*,|)
,t . .' ,
Iruw 14%, waee
Mr; "umt b .
Oraner to lo' tito.
last summer after C
Qeneral U f v
the goveS mena t ws
nancla beaten C.
000,000 in auh4lea
company were muc& i
MeOraner? told 5th1
today that the alte.
voidable, because it vi
federal laws MI cOnti
erous errors and misc
to the financial detria
fort to avoid 1UStR
he had talked to
ofthp line In
sure the gobernmAu
at least $10,Oo",OOb.
went to cour but WS
settle bn R reasdn
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e aeieve bDr -oI.ed D.f
.- HeoWasHKilD cor aiton th A watch to make you proud,
Dr. Long bid written"t at MrogW*Nrous to the
"q l^VA1iri,.,a hc e th heart by a .4-ali- to serve you faithfully...
ouA1 "a" o as ,om an Army auto- Checkmate a
SChief W. T. Vaughan ST. LOUIS (F) Troy
.. .._^.l^^ft"^ oIS^; a ,^;,^- ..ot p._baals or who adoo^^-; o^ d do-widSo work, oi as perfectly good check.
*at twood ewl 24, related O one shot wa fired
b g & 5 lst february on prolaton, ehbt cartridges I
9 in oKM arrested two blocks fr oA ts D t
ayp mhas party t^ seneW five mlnu after Juy Pt Dean and 80-S
ding included Mrs. atin and ad ed the tor Cotton said Lew-
iI .StVaffo, M er; Mrs. T. C-m. f t d "h. d a .ay rLTIFORT
". r 9a _n angry crowd thered o hi ann "iput hiRo uwdndr A.au
Mr ll the streets as police question- speol.".. aue, lo f
-.M Ba-r a I ,ed the short-, musaculat Ne gid. L
Abell, $bs. J. A, .Sng cowln I in the btct of a o Deaf d Lewis had previous- han s
,tea le a bsyh.-d b an '- th rcan r Club l de car, .S au h ly threatened to kill the doe- ,Im m l -m - --
mumi b4 y nla t .e'q n*u4 ni:k. the tih ent Am.or Aresl for mcit ed him taken to fdelgh under tac. - '. ita6.iL! hnS-ii I
ow w ban ad their Uest. gu-ard for sakekeeplrn. Later he augAA Salil, however, that Ib l i
tlo t weeta An, n ChrstSaU 5ay was sent back to Goldboro. LYewis had caused no trouble bwackash.4iwI t areS r
.ere 4- td Liniheon Held Cozart, 60. fell on the floor of since his ret rom the men- d Irwitalm h o r r c
B, 8' y All Star Circle LA.W.C. Ifh4staes Party his office, fatally w o u n d ed tal l otitthio on t a probation 'y 'as O s 3
~Cdeh i oThimpson Members of the Balboa All The onter-AefIon Women's c y" S
.nu r .re met fort for tUe o- Club will rlIttS ivaylst- m S ssseYHo t', .
joel and Mr& nu Christmas part and an party t.t aemb,-rs on maison hr ova ls nmavin"w. ....h..h
ent teonon Wednesday at th Ieu after4ont Decehlber b many flaeltth ;e im rk .
Hotel Tivoli In Anco. Gifts rot 4:00 f:0 pWo. at the, l fre hlae ot. r
e echa"ed d ololgo HqwIej o haer - m.i.,.la. ,,, M aM eiM reImIehlllOWSI
i by tee group.- Ogoh Mo of-g_,
iWoms fISere 1nea rs po-.i.r TmW rmoo BIu EVEIRYBODY'S HAPPY -
uarivtf ye- priate the members Balboa Aemb Ko 1 .rder
Sp frog South of the Circle. ,of Rabow tor irl. will spon- WE AAA '
S .&ren se b.a -ist afeter-tstra op-m. WO" H W Our SWEDISH HANDICRAFT
S. Preside t introd pe from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at A
T.re h.er" A le-ts: Mrs. Elip ,mhlm. HANDLe YOUR.HOLIDAYI
Cavt who a the be aabe. ENTERAINING j and CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS
SFMr 1liii Mrs. Mary. Polnis of Interest will include h o i Lew
aff,. Bod for Mri.. Hdre. a-bat cte ho have arrived
'ibi l te',.,':a JI a w boo tt OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P. M.
..r..o pr ted the rainboww
oi-tters were ,.-- :. w + '-"
4,ar.gr chdblrhc 1 t"uted to at- 1W ; ? 'u
-.- 1) YOUR OFFICE STAFF
Gam ) Sponsors will rate you top zflsh
1-"a l Mrl 'sii Osub of ,edro for hOldlr N the offe ,
and -"Club aEtcearast-d ChrisrtyrintenedItoXkil/theAde-lto-o
r toth Am rica en W on of inamk's sitos
me e sa Ihion feriu n dAve. Tivoli No. 6 Hotel "El Paama"
,,;.tI Itore". w ."a t oare 2) YOUR WIFE o -
*tel l .01 t wepe eks .' bf t. ty r rutat Ohrilstmas dinner or trty .
And: ild ant a o wll apprelite yr ughfulness. PRICE 2.00 PRICE 2.O0
e ,... ...3) YOUR CHLDREN
an Mrs.,Chistms IN a r tyo N PERSONa!
dinner party favors0 decora-
l 1 ls O tonsn. music, wonderful crowd! c
SGn r ti t th Remmber to make your reserva- Special Ena ement
l T ivli ens, Mrs, br to biG i tonss early this. sear. t .,
S11 ,M3 veto., .-_.. _. vrB P -_ ., TmT?- TFr "TT D T T -
I HL EDASER
-w R wiitl
a lau t y at ho e
^^^ ^i t "" o "' it st I :
Ad yII be happy yu' thoht
of the Fr Paat answer to hon
and office entertainment.
retybody will enioy it... espcial
JOt.J I IU1 .DI
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es uy fCoOA awus '
dretly from i.,
A- ." L
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ONLY s5.00 A WEEK
Big. family-t. Apex'
SPIRAL' DA8 HER
WASHER leto you do
all' your laundry at
home and save time,
effort 1del1a. ExoIu.-
sive SPIRAL DASHE
gives yes? i4ua a
ing effleilnoy freo top. j
to bottO,- tub: EI.
Strm. os I y i Apui
-uN fuf 9qbe.o
-'in rf milit/
World Famous Pianist and Film Star
- PANAMA NATIONAL SYMPHONY
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16 8:30 P.M.
at the -
Tickets $2.,- $3. $4.
On Sale At
S .,From 10 a.m.,to 8 p.m.
A lso at:
U. S. O. .- J. W. B.. BALBOA
Management Coeilertes Trapnell-Simon.
FRESH CRISP LETTUCE
,Direct from Cerro Punta 25 lb.
SPECIAL THIS ,WEEKEND
SWIFTS PM AM
Ready t6 Eat-wyole 89 lb.
aMRH'S SUGAR CURBED HAM
' 1Mahogany Smbked-whole gl3
IOW CROP f IN m .
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Style Frank Cocktail F~ks
rf f .
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ic Sci4 *o*** wn m..C. Colorado 'River Dam ISet'
oAm.9.51 ate t m -" 3w ., .5.,..;a. ,l 37 '
SoiON rN (. .1 IMrs. Doris Leeser, Mrs. Harriet M XICO, USO opened in Arizon f
SuNtK i.r.Tl.~G OFI( RS ;Serger, Mrs. Margaret Jenkins,
IMiss Nancy Ramsey and M'-s a -- w cf t. n3
S t(.,.el ;I.d .is i r.T.'lor entertained nith a despedida :Mary Jeanne Welsen. '
buff(e ,;t.1, ri at Il't.r iati'rs at 1-ort )avis, Wednesday eve- DAVIS DAM, Arizona, Dec., der whigh ,eolrado.R wkr wa
ninf.. Ih l,.rt tna.. len to honor a group of officers who -12, (U81S) A 119 million ter is prt'idt to Mexilo idi ,.
are hiht.'.., ue -th.... tet near fluttre. dollar dam.. which backs up the der a 45i treaty between 10 their i
1 :. M'..t.. tie C.tloel a.nd llMr. P. J. Lemus and Lies- Officers Elected To Head waters of the Colorado Iye Mexico asI -th lTited Statei. r ade for
teninit -r'l, I( i a;'.r" 1 .u '.tenala, Major Thomas Ma- Atlantic Boy Scouts in a 67 mile reservoir for tri- The Op*ernors at the ded io- r r
r,,t ',r .un.,,i. r. sn. Major and Mrs. Orville Shaw The Atlantic District Comml- gation and power generation, cation werq Ilo9ward Pyle of NI th.rete
andl t:,,'.zin anui .',..Ie .* e. .s of Fort Gulick. Ltee of the Boy Scout Council was dedicated here this week Arizona, Charleq Russell of Ne-w thoir m
',,Icntl-funr tt isenjoyed the evening and visit with the 801 held their regular meett- with representatives of Mexico vada, Earl *Warren of Califor- alintr enc it d
honorI ng at the Margarita Clubhouse, and the United States particl- nia, Johi- Sonht of Montana oMntry chiltiren.
honors. Monday, to elect officers for pating in the ceremony. and Feiat Grounig of Alaska. ",,Mis MadR-en. a
1953."M e: w r e e
S Miss .rc'ena- the honorees and the ladles 93 Completion of the dam mark- MDavidHei represented b sixti rade teach
S set Wedding Daie pliz went to Mrs. ha ris and The new roster of officers is: ed the culmination of an hin- bar o te Intern nal on e bteriste.l! i
$e tM MaLdding Dat aenas ha ..ic. Newhald. Mrs. Barticy and chairman: Mr. R. E. Cox; Vice-toric program for .harnessing dary and Water Commission They raked ees,*,tcth S i]
S chos' .- S;ttioa:,. December 20 I. \\hiute won the men e pr..es. chairman- Chaplain. J. E. the lower reaches of the river Alfonso Garcia Gonzales, Gov- sitters, a si ntd or d
aS thr cn o.f h- n;.r ag, to Hemann, of Fort Ouick; so-that had been underway for ornor of Lower Califrnia his service ,c u .. made au~ o
ia. Doi(i Gc;ddi-. n c're -rs. Humphrey and Children cretary- Mr. George D. Poole, more than two decades. aide, Ignaco OttaJrd,o B alva- home-m de cithe
v.1r cIRKrdon(, of i6 Mefelean The childrenoeit so
mo *.'.1 tar pltcL t the Leavang For laation and Sr., of Oxtun, Chairman of Ad- wriCardoe, iof th Mexican maeY tde ontrlfated"e.e
So h .t B. umpnrey vancement Committee-- M Itsompletion was hailed by orgn eean e children ro to
" the ni , ;L 1 I loV New York. They will visit Kaufer; Financial Secretary- Governors of five U.S. Western of. Hydraulic Rsource's. v afr these wdo et1he hest y .
S parth .I, Ii '. it. cand, 01i tr thU Mrs Lawrence out. o01 Mr. H. R. Chenevert; Chatrman States and representatives of = ""p Tcare for this wderrue Wteaahe,
p' ",11, 0 u ea nd. i c'tvei-ill, Pa., for the Christ-of Health and Safety--Dr. M. Mexico, T
fh ,al in hr bi'l p.ei ti ]- n, ino ua3 aa go lo .a.., B. i Thompson; Cha rma n of iUS Jtofn Free Europe.
lhowmi lr. cddit I l, Io"r New Years with Mrs. Leadership Training- Mr. W. R. The dam, named after the. JACKON Miss. (Ut) E-b.b
Ml a,, i te^- ,- t h d.,unter ru,,ipnzey s parents and other Price, Chairman of Organiza- late Arthur Powell Davie, U.S. itMt, rrI A ff Thmsa a c unt p o
of M c i s. Rob rto Barc- l-latives i'hey will return to tlon and Extension-Mr. R. R. Director of Reclamation from Thomas, a, county patrolma
S01 C lon. and Mr Gedde i rh-e Itnin- s lor Miami. Arnold, District Commissioner 1914 to 1923, Is part of a reported his squad car was
Srno, Mir adndM.i o anus. Victor D. ,YlweD young; Neigh- system of river controleset nvs aeaa As or thm le fordrrivewaJSy po-f
tiw ;oe of Mr. and i-Mr
On lloriments o hss Barcenas Carl eewhard andS M r. Lloyd E a h mr tups pater picked
Seing Group Guests in Anon ,l Marelahne d ss Loltalite'nstMnemebe r at large:Re C lendao Re viw S'ATtEu Dec. 12, (USIS)- rer, w xp aaid
Mrs Rlh Oraha oi r o t R. Turner of Almranteanndu e r tF reey"bored
co r a hter, f the ui. eauttnullY approve irte swhoMwerBoeas del rTo who ne o- Is Dance Keynote s. eto I ton ler borrowed" thes yprn top *
bers of her sewg gop he S prent, Mr and Mrs. oar- iam in Et Volcan. y Sut tec states Ai e pnted to reach e to effect his release from
Gatun, Tuesd z olon Tuesday, Cnpa Tomorrow Ant Y 19 million by 19 5. falil. Thomas said no harm was
The ladl. were served lunch- to compliment Miss Margarita' he formeC Secretary of Ag- dne, so Parker was released. as
con by thc ho.stcs and tea be- Barcenas, whose wedding will The year of. 1052. will be re riculture made the statemt heuled._____________
ternoon train to the Atlantic1 A parasol decorated w it u1 D84 iceived in Kaleidoscopic retro- here before the 34th an-al
SThos who were prsendainty ruffles of net was placed S Open a te end Review convtion, of the Ae
Sandes. Mrs Edward A. Cox. In PC Organzalon The dance will follow a period and a half ae families.
Car N. Mdrs thomas A clever pifiatan n the shape n of group singing starting at In making ple for the.ex-
Fe. M Toi n Claytor and of a wedding bell, was broken .. 7:00 p.m. pansion of th Bovernment's-
S by Miss Lella Leignadier. From l total of 84 positions'are now agricultural research and edu- -.
Mr Lr t showered wishes and clever, pn in the Canal organization, The sing song this week will cation program the, New Mxi- in
Mr. and Mrs. Bartle 'and amusing novelties. io f uhich more than half are foc feature Chriatmna songs and co Senato2r ald price support ."bt
.GuestsA t Canasta Party temporary work, according to the carols with Carl Cole at the pI- programs are' no. absolute. gua .
.ueso s At cnasa Barly, ofl The other guests were. Mrs. latest transfer-vacancy bulletin ano. antees of longtime prosperity pi I y
atur ini who are visit-ioberto Barcenas, mother of the Tf the Personnel Bureau, or the Ameran f
--t r I brooaer nd bride-elect, Mrs. Vicente Rosa- Memories of past dances of "Research is a mo reliable
S sisr -nr-l w MN and Mrs. Jo-n Mrs. Nene Jaen, Mrs. Rouse, There are 52 positions listed in the year will be called to mind key to our storehouIe," '
iter- aw, r. n ses Carmela and Julie V- th craft roup. O these about posters of previous dances sad. '
S seph Irtirg.ho anasta artves Bebita De Belo, Vlma Ro- lnal are for Wofk with tee Lopks saved to decorate the walls and The U. population is 'in- r
henedni a e g by Mr sania, Frances Geri, Jilma and Pirsion during the overhaul backdrop for this occasion. creasing at a rate of 2,500,000:
and Mrs Mton Lee Nash at Rosario Lara, Dinah and Nancy pelod which begins in Janluary The dance program will last annually and is expected to -
S thr Gatun residence. ,Sasso, Hereclia Herrera, Maria jo0 the Pacific Locks. The types from 8: p.m. to 11:00 p.m. reach 190 million by 1975. y
The other guests were: Mr 'Antonetta Claus, Yolanda Pe- of jobs and the units are listed
And Ms Irving, Mr. and Mrs naherrera, and Tuta Jaen as follows: helpers, machinists,
Fred Newhard Mr and Mrs'. --- locomotive crane engineers,
owarod Nharrs Mr. and Mrs Sorority Plans. Christmas Party wiremen, and riggers, locks divl-
dos, Wdhie. Mrs. Sam MauTl-. Beta Chapger of e.ta Sigma Lion: towboat masters, Naviga- "
wand an M ers Mr.le T. Phi met at abie. haoeo of Mrs lion Division; towboat maste,'
S, and ,Mr.Edwina Merer, Wed day eve- arw a. motorboat maintenance -a a I i
W es t Nrie waM resnted n for thev t regt monthly mpehanlc, Dredging Division
,Th-, guest prize was present meeting. Mrs.. Kat een Huff- oowerhoue. operator and wire-
man officiated at the gathering. men. Electrical Divisloq; and a, .M
Pacific Society. Reports on the recent "Holi- pattern maker and shipjoine:, ,.
(Continued by s day Fashion Show" were given Industrial Bureau. -"a
(Continued on r ae Seven) by Mrs. Norma DeVall and Mrs. -s -p rc supr
Marie Moscaritolo, who had re- Among the jobs listed in the c C o. I hti tpWi toe 'd '.S '
Wirz Memorial Building on Bal- turned the funds over to the its-sified and related service ar / r. apcm
baG Road. St. Vincent orphanage. lve construction cosruction cost analsrs,
Attending members are invi- Plans were made for the o valuation engineer, anda clear. ... . s, i f.
ted to bring their families and Christma s party, which will be stenographer for the plant in- "mi a
S a irt for each child in the fa- held at the home of the presl- ventory and appraisal staff. All -' f "e ea' -s'a, "
ry. There will be light re- dent, Mrs. Kathleen Huffntta, of these are for two-year terms SIn h Rmo Iye a r." fl;d ot' r g J 'f -' t.
frhm. ts and entertainment at toco Solo, on December 17;- of employment. %, T WO'
before the meetinVg'. The other members. presj- Fleura, de Rocfile Moment Supreme .....Tl
he regular meeting will fol- were: Mrs. Violet Deakins, Mrs. C'ther jobs listed in the clhs- Fleurs de .OCate moment Supreme a
low and at this time nonina- Jean Judge. Mrs. Beverly .Ber- sifiea and related group are: 10
i tuobs and election of ofiteers ger, Mrs. Pat McMullin, Mrs. checkers, ad one timekeeper, Chrstmas Night Carnet de Bal
will be held. Edith Cleiss, Mrs. Carol Gesnik, temporary employment, Pacific, Ldcw 4 t- 1 A- 4
Lor.ks: three signalmen, tempora- dNur.iaT --t--- ,w -l-l, a "d- '
o rHv employment, Navcigation Dcivit- .o : t : 0c a
r)won; clerk-stenographer one .. Cas Y oln.a e of a d a ...
AaMhM. Engineering and Construe- GigOlo I- lJu"sga .
Sar r a s lions Bureau, and Civil Defenw; . -. . .' ,'
,THE MUNICIPAL TREASURER OF n uCOLON-H "rKio ea.Heh Chmrel .4rp g
S Pa- C tmsPt Bu.eau and Housingr Diviskrn;
NO IBeS p poFSostal Clerk: policeman: elec-
NOTIFIES: rteal engineer. Engineering D- My Joy -
eW'fon: steward. Clubhoue.Divl- .
!.ng for r Ltun: m and treating office, Per-
uOnly insurance policies (fdr vehicles) ne) uranne e r oreaa er-
issued by authorized companies to oper. -
ate in the Republic will be accepted. To M O .. m "TaTnA
.P buy policies the established companies i s 1V O Ta '.r*
SThe municipall Treasurer 6/ Coldn / __:" *. : e 'lse W'411111111 qj1
S^BL.4S J. CELLS.
ColB6n, December 12; 1952. -hnefdstrote"I HICK -. ,tn
a, rticatedbut con't pronounce it Ony .
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UNTIL 9 P.M.
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Suffocating "Hit Flashes" sto
or str kingly relieved
in 63%;* of cases in doctors' testsI
* .re vo.: gou-ng through
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oate u is acton! w urely
you know what It has done
BPu do you know what it
V;-:; dr for you? Not if you
h.:vr.'t expreneed there-
6i f ; tv:ision. "flashes"
r.rd i-rntalblity It so often
bA.,'gs at surh times!
ErCfore another day has
pa..e.J. try Lydia Pink-
hrem' Vegetable Com-
pound and discover how
much easier your "change
of life may be'
Vounger women ana garus-
sufferin: from funetional
pains and ditress of men-
astration find Pinkham's
wonderful tool If contain no
iam-desdaimng drW f
If you Knew tar secret
you, too, cquld bie more
charming, lovely, attractive
...and the serer of her .trdt'vdiMu
is Odn-Ro-No. Don't let afei
underarm odour spoil iit Smi
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is to fabric Odo-Ro-o.
No deodorant cream iitiV e
to v" sensitive dds., M d k iso
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action through k**
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hiaes ditreu of do '
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I. a endorsement of ths
Cruadse =4 Its objeotivea. Dor-
othy F reb., preldent of
the NtRnmal Council of Negro
ww t' eolared: "We Join the
'ruade for Freedom because we
Wle*e- that truth Is the founda-
tio on which we build lasting
So iAt div te pein a tl
movement to get tha truth to
!te captive people of arope
,n a appeal for
The Crusade for Freedom
drive ia blet. conduled from
Nov.-l tbrm ah 1.8l in or-
areas om Europe aad Asia.
lATE' SHOW TONIGHT 0los.0 P.M.
4-.. Im I
r. Dec. 12 (UP)
noue aad today
in's paper will
Wprarily In the
court houae in
court offered the
proof space to
rs after he leaves
Ssee next month
PM a ..Vs underway for a
pemane 6srae in a
b d atMe Pres-
Id hoMe near Independence.
By CGme Warden
LrAD. XI D., Dec. 12 (UP)-
4Lye M o15., Wutport, 8. D.,
J* tb M wrns person:.
i.t9og ia stranxier on the
road ntr hfrd and bramed
that he had M two deer
The stranger went to look.
tWfoud wd and Introduced
himself to mea Gerald
Peteraon. a ganie twrden.
Morrison wa arestd. taken
Into court., flnd 100% based
coast of $18.50, and had the deer
and hunting license ahke away.
w. ..othiit.u iwt
Mad. with s h. mai blee.
sA*oorhin i to mrml
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WASHICNTON,T Xc. 12 (UP
-If yOU W a.swerage man
woman or- child then your fed
eral state and 1oc0l govern
meont owe you. $1,839.
Tile Coemu Bureau reportc-
today that od June 30 the tots
governmental debt was loggei
at S2,000,00boo 0,00-or an s*Vr
age of $1,830 for every man, o
man and child In America-th
The federal debt of $259,000.-
000,000. by fiar the largest part,
nevertheless was down $10.000,-
000,000 from its 1946 all-time
high. the report showed.
During the same Interval debts
of state and local governments
went up. State ( .bt was' .,000.-
000,000 on June 80. about three
times itsa 2:3 sevel. Local gov-
ernments owed $2,600.000,000. a
sharp rise during the past six
School districts owed $3.800.-
000,000 In June compared with
$1,300,000.000 In 1946.
Shows: 7:00. S9:U p..
On Transisthmlan Road, be-
hind "Artes y Ofletos" School
TODAY! Last day!
PETERS In HUNTER
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THE PANAMA AMRICAN AN BiDPENDENT DAILY NIE1 W1iPA
Clark, Gohl Mound Opponents -t- ad.
Brownies Edge Bluebirds
4-3 For Season's First
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams Won Lost
Bombers (Ch) ..... ....... I 0
Yankees (CVi .............. 1 1
Brownies (SC) ............ 1 1
Bluebirds (CN) ........ I 2
Panama Stadium (7:301: Yankees (Gobi) vs. Brow
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
Brownies 4, Bluebirds 3
!* The Yankees and Brownies are
slated to clash for the first time
this season and the prize will be
sole possession of second place
4n the standings.
The probable starting pitchers
are Vincent Gohl of the Yankees
and Vibert Clark of the Brown-
ies. Clark turned in three in-
nings of one-hit relief last night
to save victory for the Brownies
over the Bluebirds
The winning hurler last night
: was little Stanley Arthurs who
gave up three runs on four hits
In the six innings he worked. The
loser was Jose Rosario, who
started for the Bluebirds but had
to give way to Jose Magallanes.
A four-bagger by Nathaniel
Peeples with none on and a
roundtripper with a mate aboard
4 by Granville Gladstone Iced the
contest. Peoples hit his homer in
the second and Gladstone's came
in the third.
Juan F-ance Tips .
I 1-Rio Mar El 'Mafto
3-Battlin- 'nid Numbers
4-Black Sambo Delhia
5-Redondlta Valaria (e)
6-Ch. Prince Douia Elelda (e)
7- -Levadura Prestigio
S-Mon Etoile Nijinsky
9-Rose Hip Piropo II
Ancient Potteries Found
BORDEAUX, France A
cave rich In potteries dating to
the Gallic-Roman period dis-
covered near here Is being ex-
plored by a group of young
speleologists (cave e*plorersi.
The box score:
Cervecerla- AB R H PO A E
Moore. ss . 5 0 1 3 0 0
Williams, lb 4 0 0 7 1 0
bSalinas. . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Brathwalte, 2b. 3 1 0 3 1 0
Ganss. c . . 4 1 1 4 2 1
Fllo. If . .2 1 1 3 0 0
Parris, 3b . 3 0 0 2 5 0
Green, cf. 4 0 1 1 0 0
Peterkin, rf .3 0 00 1 0
aAlonso. . 1 0 00 0 0
Nash, rf ... 0 0 0 1 0 0
Rosario. p. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Magallanes p 3 0 1 0 4 0
Totals . . .34 3 5 24 15 1
Spur Cola- AB R HPO A E
Arthurs, H, 3b. 3 1 0 3 1 0
Lopez, ss.. . 4 0 0 1 2 1
Kellman, c. . 4 1 1 8 0 0
Gladstone, rf 3 1 1 3 0 1
Grenald, If. . 4 0 1 1 0 0
Peeples, cf. . 2 1 1 5 0 0
Hardy, 2b . .3 0 1 2 0 1
Charles lb .2 0 0 2 2 0
Arthurs, S., p 2 0 2 2 1 0
Clark. p . . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals . .. .28 4 7 27 6 3
Score By Innings
Cerveceria 000 003 000-3
Spur Cola 013 000 00x-4
aFlied out for Peterkin in 8th.
bFanned for Williams in 9th.
Runs Batted In-Peeples, Kell-
man, Gladstone 2, Fllo. Earned
Runs-Certeceria 2, Spur Cola 4.
Left on Bases--Cerveceria 6,
Spur Cola 4. Home Runs-Pee-
ples, Gladstone. Two Base Hit-
Kellman. Sacrifice Hit-Charles.
Stolen Bases-H. Arthurs, Glad-
stone. Hit by Pitch-Magallanes
(Peeples): Arthurs (Brathwaite).
Wild Pitches-Arthurs, Clark.
Struckout by-Arthurs 3, Clara
5, Magallanes 4. Base on Balls
off-Arthurs 8, Rosario 2, Maga-
lilanes 2, Hits and Runs off-Ro-
sarlo 4 and 4 in 2 2-3 Innings;
Arthurs 3 and 3 in 6. Loser-Ro-
sarlo 40-1,. Winner-Arthurs
(1-01. Umpires Thornton,
Hinds, Majors. Time of Game-
\ DISTILLED AND BOTTLED
lit Race 'F-2" Native-I'1 Fgs.
Purse: 5275.00-Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Double
1-La Nifia J. Cadogen 117
2-FlFUon V. 'astillo 118
3-FPrnce Wad J. Reyes 117
4-Rio Mar J. Bravo 120
5-Cafnaveral B. Aguirre 113
6-El Maho G. 8Anchez 112
2nd Race "G" Natives 2 Fgs.
Purse: .250.00- Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Double
1-Ogly J. Cadogen 110
2-Enriqueta J. Bravo 116
3-Villalba K. Flores 110
4-Araucano B. Agulrre 110
5-Piola E. Dario 110
6-rMarfil A. Mena 108
3rd Rare "H" Imported-44 Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 1:45
I-Numbers B. Aguirre 120
2-Royal Claim A. Rodrig'z 120
3-Galante II V. Ortega 110
4-Hurlecano A. Vasquez 120
5-Battling Cloud J. Bravo 111
6-Rlinty V. Castillo 114
4th Race "H" Imported-4'1 FFs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 2:20
1-Jepperin E. Dario 104,
2-Black Sambo J. Bravo 112
3-Mimo A. Mena 120
4-Astoria 0. Castillo 114
Novelera E. Campbell lI0x
Alto Alegre V. Ortega 115
7-Delhla B. Pulido 112
8-Corista E. Silvera 106
5th Race "A" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $375;00 Pool Closes 2:55
1-Slxaola '. Aguirre 119
2-Golden Tap A. Mena 110
3-Portal) E. Darlo 103
4-Valaria) B. Pulido 121
5-Redondita J. Bravo 119
6th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Double
1-Ch'rming Prince F. Rose 110
2-Apretador K. Flores 115
3-Scotch Chum 0. Chanis 112
4-P9rter's Star, B. Pulido 116
5-Dofia Eleldam B. Aguirre 112
6--(Gorsewood V. Ortega 115
7-(The Dauber C. Iglesias 109
8-Paragon G. Sanchez 114
9-Pincelazo V. Castillo 110
7th Race "F' Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $500 06 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1-Golden Mine F. Rose 114
2-Prestlglo B. Aguirre 110
3-Lujoso ; V. Ortega 110
4-Levadura J.-Bravo 117
8th Race "I-1" Imported-7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1-Mon Etoile A. Mena 112
2-Goylto K. Flores 120
3-Cocaleca B. Aguirre 114
4-Sun Cheer A. Vasquez 114
5-Pincel) J. Phillips 108
6-Hechizol V. Ortega 120
7-Nijinsky Jose Rodriguez 116
8-Pepsicola E. Vasquez 111
9-Curaca E. Darlo 109
9th Race "C" Imported-6-' Fgs.
Purse: 5650.00 Pool Closes 5:15
1-Vampiresa A. Vasquez 114
2-Cheriberibin F. Rose 111
3-Piropo II B. Agulrre 117
4-Rose Hip 0. Sanchez 112
5-Grisu H. Reyes lllx
10th Race "C" Natives I Mile
Purse: $325.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1-Hortensla J. Reyes 11 2
2-Petite F. Rose 120
3-Primor B. Aguirre 112
4AMarsellesi V Omrtew 115
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Air Crash, 17 Operations
Stewart (Skip) Alexander, ong
of the seven or eight top flight
professionals irom the United
States who will take part In
next month's Panama Open, is
quite a story.
rew comebacks in athletic
history equal the amazing re-
turn of 'Skip' to professional
golf in 1951.
He miraculously escaped death
in November, 19b0, when a priv-
ate plane in which he was ar
passenger plunged into a rail-
road yard and exploded at
The three Air Force officers
who were the only occupants of
the plane, were killed Iasttly
but Alexander crawled out of
the blazing wreckage, hi ; left
leg almost broken in two and
burns covering his body ftom
head to toe.
He was thought to be rele-
gated to the sidelines forever
due to his burns (his handA
suffered the worst) and his
But eight months later, fol-
lowing 17 operations, he was
out on the putting greens at
his home in Durham, North Ca-
rolina, and he declared his in-
tention to return to tourna-
His problem was a difficult
one, however, for both hands
had required skin grafts. As a
result they were extremely ten-
der and his first rounds of golY
were played with taped fingers.
It was late In.he sum ner of
1951 that, Al4POaj announced
he planned 0 tept a come-
In his first tournament since
the accident .. -the Sioux City
Open his first three rounds
were 69, 72 and 68. They were
heartwarming and proof that
the big fellow would. certainly
regain form which had made
him an outstanding star since
1946. Because of his physical.
condition he tired badly in the
final round, with a 78, but he
still finished with a total ot
He managed to earn a place
on the l51 Ryder Cup team
and it was at Pinehukat.gaiHnst
the British that Skip' made his
greatest comeback showing.
Playing in his home state, he
raced John Panton, winner of
the British award of merit for
the 1951 season and the poses.
sor of the lowest scoring avera -
age in all British tourdmenta,
Putting brilliantly and dis-
playing an accurate la-g ame,
Alexander took complqe charge
of Panton and handed him the
worst defeat of the matches, 8
An astonishing feat, it indi-
cated that Skip had-. returned
to claim his position as one
of the world's top ranking play-
The 200-pound Carolinian has
been regarded as a potential
star since 1939 and 1940 when
he captained the Duke Univer-.
sity golf team and won the
Southern Conference Individual
He turned professional in
Borrowing Does It
Boroin D It- ~ _His trip next month VW mark '
NOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP) the first time for him.ha Pan-
J. H. Burnette borrowed ama and he is certain to be
Ickel. from a passer-by to installed one of tlte Tvorites
phone police that a pick- to grab the major share of the
et had stolen her purse, $5,000 prize' money and the title
borrowed cab fare home presently, held by Argentinian
the answering officers. Roberto de Vicenzo.
S. J I
rllo, Jr., qtsid' to-i
ahael J. that were a
Sesis, Transito Kid *
In Final, D Today
,.Colon's chlssy.Pedro Tel4a", :9m The n nf:t
'5k5p' Alexander... a smeb ok after 17 el
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SPrfN'1 IAWIA--Flanked by her -oui, --46.-tWA
ya : Bilsl, and holding Jqey, two, Ma*I. BUite.
.nfle. was a picture of poise and patience awiahti W
MU.f'.or a b. ppIts-car road'rac at aTorfyV e
It Dee. 14. (NEA). ..
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SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
Pool Closes: 5:15 p.m.
"O NE-TWO "
1 VAMPIRESA ----............ A. V6squez 114
2 CHERIBERIBIN ----------........ F. Rose 111
3 PIROPO II -------------B. Aguirre 117
4 ROSE HIP ----..-.......... G. S6nchez 112
5 G SU ---. ---......... H. Reyes 111x
1 RATHIN L16IH
2 HARTLEY LASS
3 PHLOX ......
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Ist, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
3rd and 9th RACES
For the convenience of
our patrons we are now
operating both at the
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Ar a M fr lf 1W wl play- tor
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SCOMMEIICU OtkI., Dec. 18
(NBA)-. Saldents of Com merc
srenMt going to forget Mickey
Mo. r Arthur Peek has named
and dca the city park here
to b kown as. Alexander-Man,
tie Prk. "
The park honpra the Yankee
Itm Alexander, former school
eacher ad civic .eleader.
the fn Umpinir pre 'taught to
.Q. U V -a t the .all-t high
ta e T an.oertllsoe.
neac a American Be6wi-
ntaf ngrstra Tournament?-Joe
irr. g pt, -_the a._ny,, gets
m ... Ionb.. It., the moqt team, ever to
tdr ey a eO the stand d way l Chlefo, eb. ,
S.A t. sweep the plate?- Is 7Y U reeore toag ttht&.
Tol r-eolow: 'ee 447,304; both e tibltshed
na a gestwoxVr~peat to tis yeaOST
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T Isp42 Princeton 57.
ff j ik Wesieya" 61.
AdFB 72, yraceu- 70.
Boston Univ. 70.
80, Middlebury 56.
LMr oswoega a.
St. 76, Providence 67.
iey. 63, Genesee 49.
(NJ.) 78, Newark Rut-
J.'oa0ey 78, Upsala 67.
Ca r Tech 7a, ethany (W.-
Aieao-i Broaddus 88, Palrmont
Deulw 63, Ratser* 64.
jIoU'W rLdgeplort 40.
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St. N (P .) 73., safsbette 67
.74, lasabetutOwn 45.
1911 3, Trenton T6hrq. 79.
H 15, Shippensbug T57.
Ly~ompu 76, Mansfield 66.
Fcba'la6i, St. Francis (Bkn.)
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RUG (IpHL 75, Banter 47.
i 7;, Edinboro 67.
Va 1i Norwich 57.
Wa-l f. 87, West Va. Wes-
Col 1 2, St Lawrence 66.
0 Rl; Kenselaer 64.
..I Bowdoia 56.
arts 7, Niagara Nav. Air 45.
W a rrI 78, Davis-Elkins M.
ISi UUtica 62.
Ui Amherst 58.
WHU Ifhilre 68, Lowell Tex-
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Etisra Ky. 5U, Virginia Tech 42.
Na I4% American UnIv. 47.
aSti. Florid 8oethera 56.
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Oklahoma A&M 6B Cseighton 57.
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Defiance 8s, Olvt 81 (overtime)
eYu tEte 7$.
s (Kas.) 52
BetheL (Kir) 90, Tabe 53.
ets 95, KanMs Wesleyan. 4.
Wiehlx 7. F. (11 (Ka.) St. SO
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John CarroR n8, Kent State .L
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Oregon f Santa Clara 11.
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ST. LOUIS,Dec. 12 (NEA) -
Watch the Cardinskl In 193.
"We have L better chance to
cop the pennant next seAnlh
than we had th 1952," assert
Enos Slaughter. "We might habt
won last season f or pitching
had been better te flrt hal of
The Red Birds' outfielder,ha
no intention of quitting,
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t. 0S Oy the Preaident
wll contribute ,P i |^ H.pubule, pointed out tft
Pantmaniecut' msta A Arpf n-oMt>enn ha' ii m,
f or the .eecutlop i
BOSTON. Des 12 -e .e "Let the pVople know the truth and the country i safe" Abraham incoln. ment i ana .t th Zel'ak ia
:he prime suspects in thie $1.- Divisa. ve
!19.000 Brinks holdup, was cltpd TWENTY-EIGHiH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, DICIMBER 12, 1952 TFhis I-rOwa rvled ye e ast fr e .t
(or contempt of court today for ,,,Rotary i lu re1 reo-y- k1 ,the.app tt- 11tr
refusing to answer questions t Paams' a H othel b VImenth toe, &eaot- "T
before the federal graHndj ury director of Techo oalaeSae.r ad thni r
.eking indit.ments In the case rI0C0o erPiou)fTo7o zi--he.- rtd ll
Therand ury foreman Elliott Laid- WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 nUPi ability" of the state's school sys- "Which Is better," he as groes stea has pRogers explained.all trol. t t d ii
hoodlum hose police record Attorneys or Delaware and te by ordering the Delaware "to bring this hostility r over the l nd the h
refused to answer a single of Columba plead- Board o Education to admit school roomswhere t can ha He said Washingon Negres es ow hand
closed doors s o f the grand ay not upse racal segre- feror. The sae cour dd no races, or o hae our chld theater and movie houe, and t or od -
u answer questions" ment "hatred" between white segregation, are taught by the people of tdauranes." of. Has misson I .4 ed.M the Servies of the al a Q
ury room for only bthreetacled and Negro students. Young said the state was ther own rae "Thee e hve been ould le r orn to ad as ong
underworld figur was one of But attorneys for Nero equalzeeong the schools for both orman arued .that the u- om hed witht e P entedpn the American Conre p
S. fiarshals hustled parents urged the high court races with all possiim "not the orum" o he court," he aid. "tal adce ..
Into an anteroom and laterority" stamped on their chil- further about he effect of the decided. re n the f pat yer h
holand Jur foreman Ellott Laid reWASHINGTON Dec. 12 tUP I ability of the state's school ss- "Which I better," he A goess pstay o has lmprovederdeltloulshed all o m l.. A
law gave U. S Judge Willam T Attorneys ior Delaware and tern by ordering the Delaware "to bring this hostility into"rover te ye ars.arW
cCarthy a presentment acells- the District of Columbia plead- Board' of Education to admit school teems'where It canha rm He said Was.hngton NegrOell1181'is now handl0dd r.the
Lng O'Keefe of .ilfullv ob- ea with the Supreme Court yes- Negro school facilities were in- the ability to learn of bojh now can att4Ad all legitimot- by the Panamanian go'..0z!4h. ;,
structingthe prso s of this terday not O upset racial segre- sewlor. The state court did not races, or to have our chium"an theaters and movie houses,sid. WR .dvie.'
2ourt and of justice bnifailing nation in schools and thus ho- rule on the constitutionality of In their own schools where thy eat in "many of our finererim said the dewA i :
Since June. 1950. he has been The pleas came as the court dents. Young replied: "That Is- laton going back to 1862 n a come tur hen Negroes and'whIte M u missio th
In Bradford County ail in To- complete three days of hear- Y the reason I am here now -th effort to show that Congress can lve together side by side *otldv iit' t i li
17este s yh beA e-. Ar..tgir bta si-.
wanda. Pa. following his arrest i ngs on the momentous ques- because of the terrific impact Intended to establish separate without friction, without hosa- teeW cl siture at vie.
hery polie and FBI ag-orryints charges ton o whether segregation in on this decision on the rest of schools for white and Negro thlity."here 41. be .urt, er p l011 n prte m
He wations "borrowed st alone with schools violates the Constiltu- the state." students. But gabrit, representing NEe- pa tyer the i
two other former Massachusetts sion. 'I would rather the court had "This dual system was not gro parents who failed in their s"0h o n ad flh?. a de- A :
men serving time in Pennsyl- The structure of the educa- said: Ysegreg d: That Is nation s bad; let set up back to stampthese people attempt to get their hdrn he searcrut to t al- .,,
vania to appear before the rand tional systems n 21 states andr-the Negro children go to white with a bade ow Interiority," admitted to white schools hie oty t1e5:on alo m a rvSeS of
h ,' mode m te o, agrt itur 'U)UhI
Jury,, the nation's capital may hang schools,' Young said. Kerman said. "There was an argued that abolishing racl strlt th- organize .
The questions O'Keefe refused on the court's decision.mentous ques- beLous L. Reddng, Wilmington Intention to help these pe-sepa egregwi athout friction should not be t o a t
to answer were not disclosed mtg is not expected for many Negro attorney for the protest- pie recover from human ben- off. t "antt. a x
disclosed that he was bred along Delaware Avioly. en. H. Albert segregtation laws are "arbitrary He added that the lot of Ne-s now he said ending Ne-
two othor former M assachusetts fd the on "I woul d rather the court had "This dual system was not gro parents who failed their-
men serving time inPenns thl- troversy raised in his state over fore, unconstitutional." set up to stamp'these people attempt to get their chHdr
O'Keefe's brother Donald, moralizing Negro as well as ratified the Constitution's 14th- pie re-cover from human horn- off. niiidteWH E
39, h sister, Mrs. Mary J. whte pupils." Am ents, deigned to give ." SThe t me to make the change
Hooley, 37, and his brother- District of Columbia attorney Negroes "equal protection" be- .. -... -. '.." S
in-law, Paue l J Hooley, also Milton De Korman warned a- fore the law s are arbitraryy He added that the lot of Ne- is no," he said.
hae been cited for contempt against "outbursts of hatred" con- andk unreenberg, and, white at- he
in ving th Bnsr te trnon-segregatised schools and said te overforney represenonsttuting the Natl. onal 1u u .
In refusing to answer ques- Congress, not the court, should Assoc aton for the Advance-
decide when segregation in schon should ment of Coloresaid People, urgedver rE
eedins against the other two He sralizing id there as "feelng be- a Delaartified the court of hancery
convicts who testifiedrs. Stanley tween thite rapupilces and w e a nnot dmentth "esigntate mposed toegrega-
Gusciora. 33. of Stoughton. tea- thde that fact." tlon is injurious to Negro chll-
tioole.d for an hisour. Artheur M. James M. Nabrit r. attorney Negroes "equal protection" be
Rocco, formerly of Boston's or a group Negr o warned a- fore the law. e ian to de-
North End, testified for about in the d strs oft, argued thi n Jack Greenberg, a we do that-
20 minutes school n-segregatedion lawols arend said torney representing the Nation .'t
o n e of attainder" i not the court, should Associt that I don't respect the Advace-i
decdeCwhen segregation should ment of Colored People, urged A b e ty t"afe
Thwas near the were no conte dumpt oro-be abolished the court to adopt are dealing by ta,
where in ves against found the mpr tw o He punishmenre t wi s "feeling be- a Delaware court of chancery." .
convict s of stifled. Stanley tk b ween t he races and we cannot that "state enberg replimposed that the a
lleved used to haul away the The court also ia c onsiderng testimony before the court of e".- t
North Endk' testified for about in the constitutionalty of schoo chan cery was "uncontradicted.".
The government sou schoo in- segregation lawin So Carlina "Just because a ma n saystter of opinion.
sdictmento's Stbefore Jan. 17. when Virinia home of attainder" K a nsas. this much is threspe yards"
waste three-year federal s tatute RaConal segregation lk- b eauwise theyopiFrankfurter said, spreadeaing his ..
wheof re imitanvestigators would greatly exists in schools of wi other arws, "It doh very subtle testimony."t ea
rrowfed used to haul awjur a the The court also i considering testimon because he c nourt (Nof Tee lo Al 0r in te b
Brink's loot, th e constitutionality of school chontra dicedd" ..-. ,I. a.. a., -
tried latgovernmen today and soJudge M- segregation n So C arolina, "Just becuastion in the a man saysct of e
Carth se three-year fcteder toal statente Racial segregaon likewise ColFrankfurtermba's saidchoos, spwarned the the "blankets" off an 8 bree wheh llsoonthe
of limitationsbewould greatly exists n schools of 1 other arms. r ld no on in the P re d sed s"It doesn't mean that it met exp
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narrow fed e uri n instates Is so lust because he is not (N Tere trom USAft rt
the cascrbed by Young said the Delaware Su- contradicted." as T '..
Hooley's wife, Mary. 37. will the"ke totheB preme Court destroyed the "sta- Korman, arguing for racial KOREAN SNOW ATiL ParkIa-cladAirForcecw a i u i
tried later today and Judge Me- I segregation in the District of tio 00 14 i dt I
meanwhile, were freed in ar-oldc5.000 ourt of what effectitsec-h Of
bal eah after thegr cases were -.Am_ .". ,.:.. ". .
having the "key" to the Brink' ss o s U rb A l .
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SI I I L VI V S I
By HINDI DIAMOND
When a sun-tanned little gent
steps up on the stage of the
Central Theater next Tuesdat
nieht, he may seem poised ant,
at ease. But don't let his looks
The great pianist Jose Itnrbi
n ill be as nervous as a new groom
from the opening number until
th,. last bar of music is played
This he-claims is only natural
-even after 53 years of friend-
.-hin with the keyboard.
The versatile Spanish virtuoso
has a warm personality, the kind
t h-t immediately projects :t'.elf
to vou. and he has a marked
trench accent, the result of liv-
ine many years in Paris.
A child prodigy, the lovial Jose
!- ene of the few "great" name
In music who is constantly ad-
dil'- new fields of endeavor to
A lleensed pilot. Iturbi flew hiM
own p!nne to South America 'nd
ever the 20 000 ft. Andes while
on tour A few years aeo-just
for lelpxation- "In fact. if yvn
don't relax, vo, break your neck "
Besides rending movie scritct
twof are waiting for him now .
at his home In 1everlv Hilsti
ronilderln "rTV offers. and tour-
Ine the world. Ittrbi finr's ti-'e
to bnx. another hohbvby nd takes
amnieur movies. Practt.ine the *
*.lnno several hours dally is just -
n himself he says- "I'm rather "tOU'VE PREPAREb
interestilne but not the tra te pianat Jose Iturbt (rith)o
or melodranatic tvoe of artldt, first ime this week,
I believes that whatever vou do
in I;re dou shoulrw do it whole. tu watch when the sbhipm om i
e'rtedlv Otherwise. stay home through."
rnd don't bother people" He's anxious to conduct 1-
Following his own ohilosouhv nama'a Symphony oSu1Ws
7-., enthuslastc le lanst hnus TrjSday night, and at l
prund from South America to two short rehearsal, Iote
Eu'rme and back on a 'onsta.t they are exceptionaot)od/
r6utru of concert tours wnlcb he everyone e is w21
considers "lust like nv wentle- elia knows their job
liu voinir to hil office to work Beades they are
Taking a little time off from in h eving such a
'II orolect"d European tour. leiit as Alfredo L
Ituhli haq discovered the nishts A sympho.1
of P. nm.n. are "magnificent,, laima, is the t n tl
esp eciay the Canal which of a t.y .' -
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