The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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but 16 U.S.-rate chauffeurs with the Pa6e0 .
iceived reduction in force notices today. 7
as.l of 2.drivers on both ides of their i
were told that they will be fired effective Jn. 17.
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cent would oardI1 h M ,tary ir t ans- graft gr ps were al so techuntries latanshe(Pnt 4) to -.
li e n.- irt ~ ce Cotellation this sAt l latmieation. Priorto electionInthe
lr,0 gjrce a stopover Nalbt H E igt offi. ate In 1936, the senator v,. ,
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S ab hieldor e a half a eials, however, could not rlsh, delegatto the cIl
Travis Field, de a-San Francis-
co, before antinuing to New becontacted today on the ional Convention oft LosheLa
York, where he is expected tote new policy House of Re en
or arve h Ipm.etoS orowS scope of the new policy anant ats e p eHhnt"
arrive 3bout 1 p.m. tomorrow. baco
thus completing his historic mis- The Motor Transporta- tinually been reflected without
sion to Korea begun under strict- tion Diviion official who op tn to the U.S. e.s
eat security regulations 2 weeks Dsinc tothe.
K13 (rUnIP) !J. iIn Washington Gen. confirmed the shakeup in The senator la scheduled to de-
precutos Omar N. dley irmanof rral drivers aid the arttomorrow morning.
ons as pre- t Joint chiefs of staff, was Canal Company was mak- oor mWoi
mpleted for scheduled to call on President Ca naeCompany was ak- f
lay of four Truman today to report on ,isen- i every effort to find Canadi Workers
a Mau. showers inspection tour of Ko- jobs for ;he chauffeurs in a
nouncement rea. other divisions. le8 KwR B IIW
a would not Brradly, who accompanied
n public at EuienbAeW on his three-day via- A M
e of some it to hIr Korean battleground. A l. A n r
l tolence, wa ale-t-o report to assistant
ige with- detenuprawcetery William C. Fos- u_ I. DEEP RIVER, Ontario. Deft,
the prison.'* tr. 13 tLfP)-Evacuation sirens
M A Pentagon spokesman refused S the entire 100B-man workitl
urnuti, near to- 3 i*tioday whether Bradley T Ma f Taw force of the Canadian federal
an African would elay to Mr. Truman any rO I atomic energy plant at Chalk
patrol came e@oiU1Wn1 or recommendations River fleeing from the plant
Stribesmen, ElaeOwer'may have reached or The Travel Agents Association buildings today. when a strong
carrying a Mnadleaiee he went to Korea in of Panai* teday predicted an burst of radioactive particles
se a ra ,resh approach to- Increse-AW- oume.of illegal swished into the air through a
W9 aeltting the Korean stale- sales" of 4ikets In the Ca- discharge stack
-hiW order mZM.
Ka.e wea- m TnFman said Thursday it a one al the five Oficials of Atomic nergof
would be Elsenhpwer's duty to per ent on travel tickets Canada, LLd., said the radio -
Sile. The d to him if he fond any ved ee ly by the Naon- activity is no way endanglere
3 u- the solution to the war. the lives of the wotkerf, but
The President at the same time The predltlan wA.contained that the evacuation was ordered
_ ........ charaterlzed Eisenhower's trip in a protestgalnset&e bill sent to keep them from trtking
as dustagogic. and expressed to Ptesident 'bs A. Rem6n by particles into the plant and up-
I i dubt 'that the President-elect the association 'The bill probably setting delicate Instruments.
, S., '~0M come un with any plan to will go before Remon for ratifi-
e lt the war immediately, cation shortly. Decontamination crews wera
On arrival in Washington by sent into the area and opera-
lan last night Bradley had no Another prediction was that lions at the plant halted. It was
S. bcoamment on his Korean trip ex- shipping companies established expected work would resume
Oat to say that he had been in the Canal Zone would drop Monday.
palnty busy" in Hawaii. PanamA travel agents as their
iIradley and Eisenhower con- representiata. It was the first time the en-
S ferred there Thursday. surveying tire plant had had to tbe eva
. br.lktat the findings of their Insoection The Asse stlon aid the ticket cuated since it was opened IR
s. te mtan. tour and their talks with ton ml- sales totals 4r,000,000 annual- 1945.
Mt"r aem -. Mltary egmmanders In the Pacl- ly on whl et Is estimated the David A. Keys, chairman. of
t" bthe t fe and the Far East. governmetXul collect revenue, the project coordinating h
ST----xe hout tatina into mittee at the plant, said .i
A deraft. t t about 70 per small amount of radloactivitt
di o me S.en Says cent of tj ale travel tickets was responsible for the evIac1-
W4 'ke Wn,,Id Pit e.e l re, on the' canal tionl
! 'J the A' Vs He said the radioactive par-
sian to VS. Asian Of the remaining 30 per cent. tides came from the larger
vUt. 13an appreelle portion is sold the company's two heavy .
VIEXNA, Dec. 13 (UP) -Ma- tw people ia,s surrounding coun- plies.
a col- dame Sun Tat-sen accused Pres- tries, the letter said.
of the ident-elecf'eZ4nhower today of The orotwet further nninted out
tev. urging Asians to attack other that the culletion of the tax by
and Asians because "Amer ic Blives tse goverqaat would entail ex- e F IT .T
ara more valuabi than thoae pemsea fao aundltos. laspeetors
a emen of Aian." an per work which would cut
from Thee tfof ner ofto reue expected from
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West World eam Im Of the M300M which the bill
slat that the o Plan w estimates the government w ill -- .
North Atl a tq ar. the tax. ton- d Ca-
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to wa4 governed by warmongers $81.01.000' collection expen-
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pte MONTH. IN ADVANC, 8,1.704 6*a lso"-"
FoR n1 MON., '" ADVANCe ag0o ,.09 By Victor RIesel
PON sO E o N AoVAN0 15 lo o408
o_ o, o...,..... ,. o o The saga of Alger Hims will i fA
T1 qeem but an incidental arrest in el
ITH Is YOUR O _RUM THE READIRS WN COLUM th crushing of a global spy ring o -i o
when the full story breaks a I -cost igUm.
... story which will reveal that a i
THE MAIL B OX ::iomato a-
Aorld-famou; diplomat of am- V .. S .l -;;.
ou e M IA 1 to rE3n k i rb in tde -3u- W ^.in .-- "6 being i e i
tigated as a suspected Soviet op- .n to IZud-yTsr
ican. Letters are received grateful an d tre handled i e wholly confe' This diplo mat, whose name is
dent46l manner. mentioned daily in the press of o, ..
if you entribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the ntle world., goes casually about gOwer 2.
text day. Letter are published the order received nit business of interfering In If.+ a
Please try to keep the lefters limited to one page lemngt world affairs. He Is Able to carry o
identity of letter writers is held oe ,inctest confidence. on, not because there are no- d dA h. r
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions witnesses to bear testimony a-d'A
expressed in letters from readers ainst him, but because it Is dif- a b
ficult to convince the intellec- ,t
-- o t-- tal world that espionage andI the .bllt I
OF SHEEP AND THE SHEPHERDS treason to western civilization h theat e ot so a to bee.~o s eI4
tDiablo, can exist on such an enormonk tolat'78a D wa
Diablo, C.Z. scale and on au ch -an elevated i,"8h ,0 .. e a-'E
Mr. Editor, Mailbox Column #heo was the atmosphe in ofme
Panama American the late thirties when some so some
If nothing can be done about what I'm going to write, then s attempted to tll the p mle trt or to t Cl0
kindly second the motion that you don't lave to go to Korea to truths about $Alter ,is. i0 their tme. : :
shorten your life. Let us not forget, we maybe U.S. citizens, but intervening yeare, m any ged e time. t
this is the Canal Zone. men paid no heed and were
inadwertently reepo Mible to1a
A part of the medical profession is psychology saying and ruling good condeat ompras- i he- .pe
doing things that improve the patient before a crop of meOicine .turlg to, men later re M be- I ',oo
is taken. Of course, we can't throw the blame on the medicos fore Congressiontal commimtteei.1 t i Tl
for what's taking place on the C.Z. There is a board of directors. as Soviet agents or members of o so THa
Anyway, let's get to the point. the Soviets' haner politlell sit- a.-i
ties here. A,.
To: All concerned. Subject: Your health. Question: Have We could use, for example, ".'O' o
you been to C.Z. dispensaries recently? If you haven't, when mere prudent jurists along With o p Se-o 4e-
you're going, please go to the bank first. Dealing strictly with the jurisprudence in the Su- usa n
out-patients, bear this in mind. The consultation fee is not one preme Court. -S
that takes your breath away. It's the cost of the medicines. They it was Supreme Court JustUc He
only went up about 500%. You go in sick, and come out dying. Jackson who recomended John tHe atw
Not for lack of medical attendance, but because of the financial .Abt as an attorney to eC cI a teta
demands that even embarrass us at times. That's another illness Sidney Hillman. despite the fact -
added. tht both Abt's wife and sister .l..m. ...
w ere high .ery high inside -. .s ul e Ahr bo ha S -,b
There is a common understanding that each division on the the Communist movement. wOb Tha 6 Air
zone should keep i0telf alive. Let, us see how much justice is Confressional testimony has it tl
being exercised here. thut Whittaker Chambers natnd 'un 4q
Abt as part of the Communist l 1
Take the caqal tolls for example. A division making ap aratus. Abt exploited the 8 t
as high as $3,o00,000,00 a month. Does it take that much tfrust Hillman placed in him and _t-__ol ,___.-I_______
to keep them olug? No, period. Art these mplOy es is now an official Communist r
(espec"iary rators) pald.the highest salariesT Party lawyer. bo dt
Since the C.Z. makes enough money to more than cover cost chusatice Feirer i n kfur ter's 0 Will" ger b l"I"
of operation, there can't be a good reason why one division Hiss is ancient h isto tronage P ro b le m so at ... .-
shouldn't help the other. But we find another jurist, RSEN
Another thing, if you serve other than P.C. agencies, it's ew history. Unknowingly he By DOUGAS LARSEN
worse. It appears that Army, Navy, and Air Force employes Wi placed his confidence in Frank "" Ar 0r-. ry two
the lottery every payday. So in attending these out-patient cli- 'o, the International Monetry WA NTO (A)--Ths will be the first or n part by loans or grant made by the .

Was it Uncle Sam's intention that his doctrine should be alioni on Justice Vinson recons- sin the opinion of gov rnment layers going cver ach ctiiti at ser ig on political co- ae .o Ogn inet
,e inS t e Opinion ot gof _W Idtt lawyers, ii-.'" ^ .'o my ratrln t" lg -on b ,
maltreated this way? Not at all. The P.C. Co. is heading to an mendation. The Chief Justice to force a drastic change- of. traditional pooy Ittr eer t choli n politica l cd tribo selling off tie Armda "t
unknown destiny. |w then Secretary of the Treas- on the iandingout Of deral Jobs. party dinner ticets. any work At th t pealls the p.ersitey n plo t i12
aurv. T h act%*"a ,i f. I, o oea poas ein (Qr'is ti.sal? 3W. U a _ao Ib. a p
Some time ago, thru this column, a Panama merchant asked a rhlis is re rated here to show for federal mpl9- -toenme M of 1- g i g -p.b. ing pi olcal ters at the AfrIa,
the zone government not to house Panamanians. If he knows only that the C ommunists can rtical actily. Tlere woa ee abne we civil- er- disngriuaion of campus b Mterature.. g M-
what I know, he wouldn't worry. Pretty soon Zone residents will Leegentle loain pople, bonoi- vice regultion on. th subject Ibfore which ib.t
arcnot changed.AcrossLthe border you'llfi n- eel ofea lmind. Tai
be going t Panama to live, or back to the States, If the new rates nts who ca charm een the hadn't proved very effeetivie. o _' e: Is
er than the Zone. Grocery, cloth, toilet arteles, etc. If space onoter the microfilms on A series of scandals involving. WPA worker .ut p r 0 a.
S were available without interfering with the regulations of the their sleeves engaed l widuread political tity-was e sa.. .
an "Wax d" section, I could list the places. As it is now, I'll list Now we enter a new political ImAedlmte" caurgr a' -.5i hew-I:i
ew ma. erb. There will be hew a dI- The lat t lmo d C sL.M
You can obtain toilet articles 20% cheaper in Panama, if you tense investigations, Mans' pro- Roosevelt, Chsr1ps gi3J1 ,t ,le4e rn. and pe"
buy in the same store as I. minent personalities are being time that the first thin th w would vais pard
Cloth! Don't talk.probed. do when they gofctA igfrb back o wao d t ft- What a a anow. te pubed arl
Cloth Don't talk about that. As high as 200% higher on Eisenhower's Attorney Gener- peal the law. And theft are Xumd'r t at such must alstgn a frnm called IL -t a o.-L
the Zone. Take a walk up Calidonla (upper central), and you ldesgnate Herbert Brownell, an attempt may be made. pointent. Tisnclud oth of S the ag as the
will agree with me. will impane a new Grand Ja prome to aruly the of t6
Education, amazingly higher in C.Z. schools. Comparison el impanel a new Grand JurtoFe
Elementaryonhe mZne, $50.00ahyear for hon-rests. tpreon, to smash into and dis-eatat& The law puts a kind of revarae twIbt oi-tle Hatch Act widli are attached to toe foarm.wd
Elementary on the Zone, $50.00 a year for non-residents thereof, any new undercover apparatim passing out of patron e jobs. It wil -
and the same for Army employes living in Paraieso, or any other thj Soviets may now be creating. efforts of the OOP to' rewg faith ad efi- The Citil Srvifa Coammi u, adibftt, ..fth
local rate Canal Zone town. Secondary education in Panama There have been conversations cient party wftkers -with federal, jobs beeaus law. And the penal ites aeessel by t'he
Ten dollars a year no matter where you live. Secondary educa- in high Republican circles which as soon asaRpbigico a politician get on Uncle R8'1 DW lion cannot be ppeAled. In Its on* e .
t ont Zo 100.00hann lyh notn moe b the C have assured theshy but erudite roll, he's robilted by the law to-continue be- Court test the law was upheld astconed 7.
Co., though residing on the Zone. This only affects non-U.S. cHti- toi, crusading: Rombert Morris, lgfatgoliUo .."
zens. The overall average in percentage, is about 5000% higher counsel for the Senate Sub- If they reward a gd party worker with a Investigations are made on te bas; of a
on elementary, and 1000% higher than Panama for secondary Comittee on Internal Security, federal Job they are ioalto Ing him out of plaints. from private eltisa otler.-gWIsb.
learning, that he will carry on during tbo the window for future help. ment emloyes. The O &1-" has th- I ag 4mt"
new Administration. The Civil Service n estimates that vestigators who examine
I can quote a Panamanian business man as saying: "Olve me So will the slim, crackling lit- there are about 1000 "to l Jel Jobs a the &- When tbe Republican.
the commissary sales, and I will make my prices even lower." "A tip braintruster of the Commun- ern nt exempted from t .he ldedn .tl *.teI afindo "
rent collecting system like theirs, where no one could escape pay- i't-probing Grand Jury, ROyl"0upare the President, se ,preddent cabnj 1 federal J
ing. and house rent could bp cheaper in Panama." If all tenants Cohn now driving for an Indict-he and _d,..ant ip cl efs and ambas. bably gaet a surprise. s '.
would pay, we wouldn't charge that much." So you see, that's ment of Owen Lattimore on per. sador and ministers. M o Co-na1111 bg
one of the reasons for the high rentals In Panama. fury charges, cannot l a fbu-tIa
In the hiatus, a sort of steer- But various offcila! estlnates of the federal t B ...........
Dear readers. I'll be waiting for the answer to the following in~ committee will soon meet jobs whIch the wil b ab .le tof1 ,-i',-a
question. What think ye of the Panama Canal Co.? My version: ,ecretly in New York. At this go a igh As 200, tt many jobs with A'- Me .ral tr rcatnlt a pol 0 n
It's like some clergymen, claiming to be shepherds, yet they have counter-espionage parley will be eff c t party we d- o serious harp niaon In Ms eine or at- prt.te ollthe1111
the sheep feed them. Don't forget, a good shepherd feeds his Wisconsin's senior senator, A&ex- to pe"ty machinery, it is ted out. Ing. HNo hg a ptre of a 'ncanigihiF
ander Wiley; Julius Cahn, ni Hdtch ant re Wrictions eyen go beyond s- his 1Rit in the window ig -be was ag r
Thanks for space, brilliant aide: Trygve Lie; Bob ploye. They include many -e government e wear age or buttn whe not few b
ThokanTaepar'Morris; Roy Cohn and U.S. Atty. ployes .whose actmites ar nanced in whoIl on l 's time. w ut""haseIn -agoAf
__No Can Take More. Gen. James McGranery C u tio n '"t th
Fru"BAnswer to Previous Puzzle hat to do with the ardcoB ritish t
Fruits of U.N. employes who've tleti-. x fo r" '
Field before the Grand Jury- *Snalkh I L.ia___.
O ON and have answered questions, aByrIrOW3.
RIZO.NTAL 1IALunlike Frank Coe, who tefused .d a
I Tropical fruit I Game fish to deny that he was engagqd.A. t. ,
Two-wheeled 2 Warngpd In espionage. But in answerig Th ritish me than a eirrwen e he la tdt

12 A"cO" 4 Onag eqled munsiets despite Whift ea e ; olao g
eeling Genus ~ geese Chambers' teasmony that they They j1~ r m anti A of A ts may plunge All of theae move weIt,
1.8 ecing Ebe n ofde es were considered in by his s.- -nto World W r III, peIat might well haer t a

I' Compass point apparatus (pl.) be to blohk any ldtlOstat uimlght te Ol bt ter ButI '.;.
Ii 3carse cotton Wie 24 Girl's name 44 Double One ionf these, for example, was set the present, stoe<e.g m tl' wthw N ..
3smdr]U a w aterIOnagerd 28 Verdy owr 47 Gmle nate ed Owen Lattimore to Afgthanls- period, even l gimesa i M UN forteuM._ *es of war a1l M--t

or appelhtion 30 From himself 48 Arrow poison object ao which yet defies inves- n Wrape, tlas'_ In Russia's ur- fler war and tJIe .- "
r ly 19 Last of the 32 Drupe fruits "49 Weight of tlators. There's a weird lack of rent Dotaehe P6 are the aw fear vaty Eeiel.. ,
Symbol for teeo0s 39 Inset India (pl.) information on the results of this watts au4 dwubt rei e sl 0h ,

"j I grass ,ected men like Weitraua had Ill-manlneId and ,we dnt
41reat power In the U.N. world enough to d lo P I 1Wol_. Wui
Cs (ab,) organization. They were in Uni- ish aren't tbls far u effort. Shhwn
teof poets t Nations agencies which- prt terthermnae, r O t a IIfii .
la them at the center of the $20.- from | _d1 5h woa W lew nae m W

tance program. plain tt .
.I!+ +lljdl nlc an Asiatic farmer or to a factor e Britain -ml ii I,.. --. workers folow ertain ee.theret. A gr
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tonkThetis e problems o f foreIMn de*e. ha. never a gie m -
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to mIueh dxo oare01 a0Wink studied teb.efM
j1e2 j 12 officials were fired not too wih a1 Wh-ad
APoslunW aSo. In 1.I
Ways will be sought to z ep failed to Spp*r e
O the apperatchnlks out before
Wthry/ wey in again.
Recrts of this new era of
counter-esplonage and counter-
S, 'oroneoanda activity may sound
overly dramatic but heat itA
all out first
U-' 4 .There's a world at stake.

(Copyright 1952. Post-BhaN IQ
Syndicate, Inc.)

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1.7 W* rs wt held In the Canal Zone SAN QUENTIN, Calif.. Dec. 13 guards for the walk to the ex-
S Schools have been announced by (UP-Sullen William E. (Billy) ecution chamber.
S.... -. .- the-c.itte of Judges ook, savage slayer of six whose He was dressed in a clea

S-. rs The count est was spon- deeply of the lethal cyanide gas et man-hunts in the history U
"' e Crusade for Free- without apparent emotion alter of the Southwest. B
r- pt- t tee and the winning entering the prison execution Beforie slaying the Mossers, he.
ve- chamber at 10:03 a. hd them prisoner at o The last chance for re
D-t- t.) W, quarters for distribu- The squat, 24-year-old dull- on a terror-fill.?d ride from dents to send Christmas mail tO
.. eyed Joplin. Mo., killer changed Oklahoma to Wichita Falls. Tex., 0
|| At--.WUIW W iOnly four of ever ten tial k, dimes, and quartersed to expression only once. frowning and El Paso, then back to Joplin. fore Christmas Day. yl be Mo
;- lIsilM tlr 'am ZenoI employee, on %)i avatage $1UM55.84 In their class- -erl fvereday lise in thoe- deeply in the execution chair After his arrest he said he da.
S Wtul lrI. 0 contributed sppprt o st c n fie or a brief moment when he "never had a friend in the A ship carrying ai ow
St the 1 al o t gen, an for the t se first inhaled the deadly fumes. world srheduled to sal from
wuld Sd ewu d- a cone gi*l4ca om munite ,waadf enteZren' me p mrsoft trv to kid me acout h m etr
coRat RS to 0 entl t r thahe feared agenies dun ther'eent fn taclers w contributed a ru. to be awarded at a 0H 10.o03 a.m. h ,"Don't try to kid me about of theaCanal Zoe Postr.f f ies
m t MtWk cAd tify Ul do more harm owas er Other Donaous acknowledge urt S 'rutsae fonrFeet Some 50 witnesses, including people wanting to help me." he Ly 4 pm. Monday will be disd-
-A mn o the Capo C ar o so d wiFerth Dratitude ncuded 15th F two Oklahoma airmen who said told authorities. "I hate their patched on that ship It was a-
eity Ct Biard. Nkval district, $,050.79; Al- wer "If any guy should be executed, guts, everybody and every- nounced yesterday.
the m g .. port from the U. p Army o arib- Headquarters Quarry H g noutnep rads land 6: Ra as Cook held his head back to rive in New Orleans next Satur-
^ i INe oa ~mntYsaid *ndhe opposed bean and the othW arted ser- $155.24; Panama busine -r as 5o an 'i inhale the fumes. o dau in time for mail delivered
t Qh against MicArthur and .vice %and from- -Ussaen and individuals, PD; Zbne busll. eald T*5 B His fists were clenched ght- No Room t e made before Christmas
reor fioll tot ll .wer might makq. it and otherss I together. ness firms. $664 variousritons .n b a a, making clearly visible t tthe Dao in most areas near Eew Or-
ornod nhi. La toca witne s tto MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UP) Mn 10ns.
.thBe t b.ah ftlS fa-or Congresq to.oind with 'ontrib .mat and fraternal groups, 1. pene La Boca ie- ook's epitaph tattoo-
b: .s a "elkhar col 6f Din,, when employees $11.71; JewAI-h We Dn tGram Balbca Three distinct gasps ended lv dropping in to visit that they ieach the States In time for de-
"- .g~ .~ut Thsolution" to ,the.n bn werlated fare Board at f, $21f l a a'd Grace the career of ruhou ess murder finally eituck a "no vacancy" sign levery before Chrisatyiaseft Cris-
r a s Ww Sad indIa s his ng- a my staff, $10: collection rs ade Mary and kidnapping which brought n their abode-a trailer, tohal Friday. "
e that he qn't be- nese to disouau :with EIsen- tor en $31.70; ninbeal machine, 55; School. death to an Atwood, Ill. famil
SaBArthur or n.wd hower if asked. amount- Colon Theatre, $19.03; and un- Group Gra 9 and 10. of ive, and a b eattile Wh
Slet shower is a- waork Elsenhoswet pro s tl made Sd to solicited gits $147. Mary s Ale a 10 salesmans
Sarrangemnt to meet with Bemploy boa ad Albert A Cvo Grade The airmen, who said the
,ketotitte wmbttOtra MacArthur. of the dttp elp sned about The three tlrnt single o-, 9 Balbaao. 1- had followed Cook's career wtgh e mad b Ih
equ% D o n a t irs .af F o o d P0 r S0to22o n sh .u G.radh u : i S to g n d w n t d o se
-meAt t. Peter's oera flight. Sent aCnfi wn es s le $1 oe G. nrd C. mi crisl eTr gs e to e -
i io -suet lR-s ece ekid to, .e r an the alatte arB Burau epoy and Wif e $. 16re1 e rh eearea x thi el AYreM-Sg.? HrdeOT A T IES
g slitd atE fh '. fraor slhg.~gol er my c t.dfro $1 p0 asr, fl d kinpow it. AlMorri kh theoi Ciety- araerd t

1a1ga N eUVU bwhs U. wre $7n- vro p lye. anh, thie Schpol. i Cdllee: af Atwood. VnlleK fo rrmely of

M se*S i e wS .anSo BtBItons: $4,644.45 cash plus Bank, the 5ereair Lus. PA P;irande. fmothreshndmfnthCnaOlaom City. frJuke

1o1*tTy atmehettngag.a $ 3,6 payroll deduction American World Airwf, Com H. J. Z merten. Assistant Prinel- december, 195h sh oudg tok ite > *,"o miMor.-..,... ., ki---
aw N ou e 1 etgave $9.205.95. pa22o b pers y Tollrdch, Tagaro- dal of Balboa HiuDh school wats rnddeedobodiorwrs -llh-xrCr wll bo r lgleesd wsi 'c u o f thekds
^yre PPitng ofthe barrel wa astart,- Thui i f .-rate denotfons pulo6 y 83a. and an anonymous the Canal Zone School represen- bmor t ha e anyth undg at e he UT' -Lr yo. LAD hYO U,,.h, TO ..k LOV
;Wlri rdtmlta thes year were abuot 4 utper don tal;t v W the Crusade for Free- ahaftInear r v' anned mine yCo .e .r tae .00. $ere
It ia. neopsbners re.nd t undeo last uaer' c f rBe. Mh then haln the money dom Co e ittee t his year. Three hmonislintr oaJ l NO HEATdgt kk nnt0
3addnoo ponae fDstu for nhe the Local-rane donors as3.,018 collected theeisn yeaLs, Pas was the r ,homot he r fa a k a feat l I

confers with en.- t hur l-meet atQhl boa and y a Loca-Rate Grade Thed ai rmentwo b u l nsa neiNOdREAKA GE
arrangements to-t[.U. fares Bo9rd Bal boa.d.

a to.. ner -m co e4 5e pataiyont at raa1o d naeduto Aerican Wr l rays, Coun cn .h. Z the ierten oAsstantmurnirihddled bollodswe w ae efourn a wif th w. m a. haeni...rght, .e e.,

doe.s. -e eed now ag b t mti t labs year wer au o4f3e of tho Director of Inter- nia court, convicted and sen- WOacT ., (MME Il FRE Tnl
Congress or nrmaton be ad evenue, Balba by Wen- tenced to death for the slaytg

2 ~ n t met..t c o m .- ~adIe t -e f or stl g l P e t e r 'o n- n B tt wwere $ Uw D aA -l eSO''J w i s y d L -i ke y rat e r n a l r e v e n u e o f s a l e s m a n R o b e r t D e w e y o nw a r d
Sr th .' ts 't -ec. i- bT bn tl ade te- Welfare Bhoar U 71a at chre, reveals that the the Imperil Valley Derert Jan, N A snw HGOden. ern a.sent e nenrlo atioeal Cathoc ommu ari ous re o a t, a N Y
e er tef tS from del O 40 per etoa r oftlaa st y t f Tegt VandeKngr 'ael o
toommit Dondtns- Fopop.d r on oe 300e- g. g mpely aIBEAUTY SALON
le pries on,. for each e w erOklahema Cityh sey r
*, c.I,^ vey ano .me bf t.emS 186 C"entral Avenue freshman,

oAmettn..- PteT doos,1220 We 8 m a#icswl8.. freshmanot sf Canal Zone executed h? should get it." Mor-d

g aveae. $9l.; salvation $oa i cormh lhae ame t oast and co-eeo then koied
'' armed .a ctl:#" been .plaed to yaVe $2s,32. payroll deduc- t eon me tone ath eseAt,.ckinFg tem up at T oice
a e'reradonftl.o aris Mf far to effet-ine e of t erni reve- $8,ie. a ran Rte of rtteDewe onR
.o parishe in re t T sergeant refrered tothe TeCmSo.h sond floor f the Balboa Club-

ihboldiE hea u ce rca aofsIid. n f h tal wl te I addition to this source hre of C/
ews "m findingg .o t t.a olday, Dec. 22, .h talThey will hele to avert seri- .. .place at a meeta re ttd at exi within the next few days arup-
S way of t th i ral of our deserving agena ute n sary 5. and publw l announce- bankS d filnt leri of ces throure o lh-y e n .

S e o n te irectio of M Brpckman also had hit. ment of the allocations witwo be oete Canal zone. o tre e. I

nate aa leatUto B at U fBer..h s visor olprlase tor.the Zone's ach madepimmediately,Mr.Brock- The ublic abould bear In O J 0 Pt a. ItOve US
St with tooneaDfrsm of hhse motbtor and father wo w oo in

St ita- DecemberBro ra oo D1951.Techeirember bull3, 19e 2. ler ae
hT hus U. .-rate denotons pulos y Cia., and an anonymous tQhe bZonthe Sc rusademr'Fpreee- wavesftr near may floo ofthalo. Cleb-

'wenZti de Snai o, f.mor bu' Tbare announcement also states ce f oterao u soure
d' tW yfe*anaR9lbsd met wita this year were abuoc 4ever donft, bp tiinhe the Irn or tion toa i dthie..
ew en a teo e.n re- l lpt under t yars fires. tae at a a the money dom- W 1mittee this year. Three months later an Okla- NO HEAT..

* Siho u information ops d..Dnt t e r t rnal Revenue, sly evto henues unhda ouJmn-er*.f1omsl o'lbaa lnalte
r d s .En Uonerhe D to n O the Local-rate donor, 3.018 col Cerected this ye winr, as was the

ztoi Kajj ne4-wilRSON anSO1Ie 'Club ar D ep rotetto r torla untater
* up 11isd gave $1187.32 cash while 2,e664 erte last year, was ven wo Internal Revenue o Cook gulty of the slay- ,
t e ,. gqewg,'oin payroll dedUC- out -nc, dselgrgtioh 'a recipient Rngs, but he was Spared the NO BLEACHINGpg momr
aisticeAreh t.ToM I nd e wils $ew rK E death Penalty when the court NO BREAKAGE
Caes ;3;n.' MacArthur Vfit be-cebl~nt-%t0hOrul n .yesder Locae-Rate contributions held him to 6e incurably insane.
ne w ongres- ore $,507.91, cash and $4.17/2.61 Again, as also was the case

Sie Bus ies of vital Importance 1 the 1952 of "Collector."rs hir-sghenng
r houldlay ha b chedd fo y the san fsounme token, employes taken before a for-
h'doni. sdajmy need now Of '- .... WWT YOU COME IN FOCe A ItaE Ree

SliS .aaConres or ta ll be nomination brht n Designations ce have been reacon-
s t fth toyeeto dt ts- nltM JdelsL. 'lnoe11d Internal R revenue f salesman Robert Dewe
'g. Dec. 21. b e 71s

ii Uvt- Purty Fer Orphans cCorner4 h and D1a2o Street
sde inormaIon Car tl Weima Phi held a relfareular bus

tf, u va^t naiCath.olic Co nt hT. .nen is me tlng at the club house

S. -^iri rPcurundu last Tuesday and :" "';/ rla
-, li ia the ttl .90 r uncerl $1473Rivenue,. 1 rei the
Te e mto 1n execution.dt e

to'isnbiibsM.rato et-sme Of -tho e- r.P. Director of Internal Revenu.o,
-s otl.e am dI.. Qb sit mUeond floor of the Balboa Clofab-

-e oweTe rniemite -to and
ch'.bIt'na em 'said. ceeds of the UONlalgn w111 take In addition to this source,

views. day ent; .1. ,. 22.T "They will reh to avert t- place at a een es ex- .he r han a
Et In.m.oudiapitetin ecIVes to be held about n- -of forms be available ator.
et our deuarving agenies.u" uary 5, and public ennnscee bank and post offices through-
Neoeies UldOn the drectio Of Msr Br-kman also had aldh metmt of the aljocatnlts'be tout the havebe Zone.

FAOo sdNutnIsN7' Plaub elrtGinot to be filed until after
3A3 MAU. The alohachapt ersof Betates
3.rws US*.*aA'P Iwil l be that under reolrAnation Play nd.
.!.o. .... -. Internal Revenefe, all refiencest

"An Bud=.,...with to Director of AIibornal Revenue Iunaday necea nerff.a14atnc2a4C
addede n et.. aend tRevenue A tient.
Fridj ayao .. Effects this means that
"2 Ji....tth.. TUSDY D -o PM Unite Sabatheth Is no Dlonger a Collector Oft$..
bms 'teat in-a tbWeO.f.S Internal Revenue. but rather v i-es

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hOLLYWOOD--NEAl-Holly-' H, ivtood piess while he was
olds oi tlie Record. Lauie \ 'l;iie in Valentino".
Cantor, about Keeie Brassele \\ho! "It was a very short-sighted,
will impersonate thie comiL ill p'iic'. Actors wouldn't he shield-1
"Tie Eddie Cantor Story" ed tiom the press. People think:
SHe's great. I i.atened mnm so I'm still sort of a male Garbo."
through two of my nardest ongs.I
For a minute I forgot that I as, Gcorge Jessel. arriving late at
Sdo!ng his singing. The kid i- hep. a southern California Army
-"He was Eddie Cantor! canp
SI Don't worry about the Rus-
Jo'ce Holdn., about thi liAk 4.t. ,- iindina you here I had the
-of comedienne doles on the'addiess and I cOuldn't find it"
. t c. een:
- I (ldon t knut--ma.\br evenl JJack Carson. after meeting
:..Mabel Normand would have a Johnnie Ray;
'tuuen time today in Hollvuood
lobodyv' writiim comedies for lie's wonderful. He got so
woi,,en. Theie s been some talk cm.,ltional. for a minute I thought
V of ie-writing Coiole Lomoard. I,p gonna laugh."
pictures for me Nevet. I think
it would be a mistake The Lorn- Denise Darcel. the French
bard fans would never stand for r:-,'iv on becoming Miss Calm
it D 'v n:
* .."I .realize thees ooh-la-la no
Errol Fivnn: "1 don't u\orryv oo,; for me. Now I change so!
about money so long as I can moch. I was. 'ow you say, very
reconcile mv net income w,.it mv'r-r-rahrah. So full of enairgee
rrozs habits." and so like to clown. I theenk
then Frahnck girls first come to
Curinne Calvet: "It isn't anato-1siz countree, zey let a leetle crez-
Smv alone that makes a French zv. Now I am domesteec."
irl at home in a Bikini bath- ----- -----
n, suit. It's a state of mind." RUTH MILLETT Says....
Fred .Alrun A dramatic actor'
is lust a comedian who can't get

laiinhs. The wife who sits down to
write a letter telling of h e r
THOSE SEW AND SEWS :troubles with her husband al-
Movie fashion designer Elois most always lists all of t he
.Jens.sen about Mailyn tonroe: reasons why she thinks her hus-
Jenssen about Mallyn Monroe ond should love and appre-
"Every time I design a gown late her.
f. or her. the censors raise the
neckline about three inches." Usually they go about lkel
JE rLouis: -I have no respect this' She is a good cook and'
Jor Louls: "I have no respect'housekeeper: she is a conscien-
for age unless it's bottled I tious mother: she may or may
r- .Louis Calhern.on the subject not consider herself particu-
of Marllo n Monroe: .lnrly pretty but she makes the
f Marilyn Monroe: most of the looks she has.
S h's rWone e hy doesn't a man appre-
S l cera th ailrly ge paces late a woman who tries that
Sall thought she adumb:ard to be a good wife and mo-
when she made 'Asphat Jungle.'" thor she wan,,o ko.
A nd w hen I saw her w while m ak- I .. ..
ing We're Not Married.' her
fa ade was one of utter stupidity. There are several questions'
I dthatshewa sn uch a wife should ask herself
E4 I sense d that sh wa0ano Granted she has done all she!
hirk. Nobody pr n hr tt an can for her husband and chil-1
h o odren. but what she done for
(.lenn Ford, wincing about his nerself') Has she been getting
S o Ends Our Night"mo fun outof life herself deve-n
OTV "So Ends Our Night" ovie ',lopInguInterests ofhher owndandI
"! was exactly 18 when I made: doing things that give h e r
SIt It seems a shame to show it pleasure and satisfaction"
'OVp and over again." A man should, perhaps, be
contented with a wife who al-
Red Shelton. defending his ways puts her husband and,
filmed TV shwos: children first and never bothers
.-me ,V sns about herself or tries to getl
The other da I went to aout of life what she wants but
movic that was advertised as be-1the truth Is that such a woman
In three years in the making often regarded as more of a'
Ar,"r the Rhox I didn't hear any- The thacon good wife. I
onsc complain that it lacked sp eond question the wife
vne complain that it lacked spon- who doesn't know where shell
,'..y, has failed should ask herself1
PRSSINGIs '"Am really fun to be
7onLy Dexter. "ailing about w ,
r no' being allowed to meet Ifthe a woman is more InclIned
",t the-to be discouraged than enthu-
siastic. If her interests are nar-
f, a.row. if she has no gaiety in her1
iT L make-up she can be pretty surely
that she is dull company e-
S"' yven to her husband.
--And the there isstill another
Important quesUon: "Do I real-
S"ly love my husband and show'
'it in small! ways or am I lust
concerned with trying to hold
S on to a man I feel belongs to
'1 i;.. iA woman can be a good
ehhousekeeper, an excellent cook,
Whether woman wearsabusi- and conscientious mother and
Sesssut or Itesotngownot ill be a mighty dull dish. In
Sher wedding, she means business. .fact, If those are the only
she is almost bound to be dull.


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A;.Now ,, 8.X I L l ate Sc hools PlanM 4st 3e. **

..Ch.ristmats Music Programs
Sat CAa4 t will tp presentt : -- 0 -l GRADUATIS OF USARCARIB SCHOOL so, Victoria Mock, Zsther
ea hc..... dy_ ...Ehlementaty ho ildren'of the La Boca elementary HONORED Kanki Narindas, Pa
tuusu JW tIta'btlil. l- evag munltles are school will present a play, "D.,- A reception was held in the main building of the USAB- mal, Anita Lltord,
*Thea o ted -oB t.e ,ratoifts for pro- vy9s ft to the Christ Child," CABIB Sohool at Fort GuUck, yesterday, following the gradua- Mario Jullo, Wayne
n.oed 4 will bepe to m. P i l tmas music witB witn 0 pupils taking part, in the ton at 2:30 p.m. of 220 students from the School. Irene Drum, Ivey Alexaithb
'1 w.the a sw t i their high col study hall at 7:30 Top diplomatic representatives of the countries having ca- tza Hokins, Bhirley K al
S Orchestra. A'tm.l,,t '40d* before the schoOs pAil Wednesday. detq In the clas were Invited to the reception. The countries Marian Borden.
p,, ofte 'L 'X Chriatmas vacation At Red Tank, the school will represented included with the United States Chile, Co- The hostess was anslited
S Tueueda ai,, .The music and art de- conduct a community carol sing lombia, Costa Ria, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Nicaragup, Pa- Mrs. Engee.
H. vre N nl- tmnentas of the schools are on the school grounds, led by a raguay and Per. .
Imul Th e cert e planingz the programs, student choir, at 7 p.m. Wedne3- Colonel Henry F. Taylor is Commandant of the School, Colleen CroweU, of
l di the, adanordal of which will future pe- day. and Major General L. J. Whitlock, Commanding General Unit- Height, celebrated he
ftl)isi pa-I8 0 ,, o e Isuming -and -staging. ed States Army Caribbean, was over to present the diplomas. birthday anniversary
m n i plro children will present --- --- withapartyat the home
... in Latin Countries"h
*/i d1o .. ridy Temn Mrs. Newhard phanage in Colon, the value of he n ,t e ule f
oo e orm WFl h d'nC n ld 0 il see aw( 1be a NacimLento made Complimented at Luncheoni which s not to exceed a dollar. The guests were:
her oh F a BLu e 21 sds bY plsin their art classes. The members of the J o Y Mr. Thomaso Kelley and Mrs. Susanm M u ous
e are ncordw T ,I! ij O l tln- T ee program are beng Group of the oatun Union James Mcoloin will be hostes- SuJne ; t P oe
tc.ii.- cD m m--m 4Mi -. B dlanAned a1 Santa MneCruz school Church climaxed their work for sea for the evening. Carey Klicka, Rick .I
."ro'd 650 i &toll Bfd Rall In Flerldn ^ S lSSH"i h a lnchen an
4I te,, ao usda y ehve obanes', bo 'm e bhere ters l Niu faeh s students will ore morning of cards at the Hotel Atlantic Cameraed ln o eon d, Bt l Vnae a
S. bondert dRidle box c intl a sef t "Chritmas Caros in CSong Washington, Thursday. The Ia& To Mold Color Salon Ll-oy Ru t ann amt .
3bw.n of "Tb d obe t rl d one- oe andrteTn btheschool corrldor.wedes of the whole Auxiliary were The Atlantic Camera Club s S Club Ma.,ng T
Th Turtle," whib will In C TVIEW, T Fla., Dec. 1- s i invited to attend the no-host announcing tneir iirsL olr e
dppmant3 d at the Dirloom oy (up) ws Some 21 cars o fd o ainy r Jutohigh paintings will be on i daten Salon to be held at their red The mebr hof ct
-.eoTLOatntherbldoa tL7P)- Some .p cars om a 35- naadWud C ar...On Friday at 7eu apto. party. Sate a e 70
Satreon a loa t ca Louisvilleand Nashvillehe Chrounds at were won by Mrs. Ir anders, lar time, Monday at 730onorable p at the ubhoe

S' a th wreckage. hey were riding Chares beginning at 7 p.m. r. Mrs John Greening the name at the Inter-American Wadditioman Medal Church Ama
Sat Dagmas ono. at th oland match boxes today when the d andon December 20. Georgbe- Mrs. J. A. Cunnham wch was drawn for the beautiful Club This Salon will be an an r ated

l at Pedro MDl andf t the splintered car compressed be presented. Characters Mrs. Leon Egolf, Mrs. George n judges, on the top twenty-five A Christmas party f r
-yReservations l.a also be P J0 co lbt into x ar hi50 eet a defectiv e fromat seven-thirtyinth woven hat box, which had been nu affair. A children of m embers and
dCole Tower byau inn- b ~proboRrail six miles west of he, second-grade e.upl donated by Captain C. B. en- Were entered in the co et itioneSt. Mary's lumnae
STh 8-3-3347) between-noon r WA. t i be None of the five-man crew Toy .hop,*' to ba followed by a ry president, Mrs. Benjamen M Diablo Camera Club.Ie Stn Mary's Alumnae A

l. Lw- meeting .the Tower Club ot .A car of deadly cholprine gas and wll le hel in the Camp Blerd George Zimmerman, Mrs. Hun- vited to the meeting and social innonemaresn Hats.
4' 4 d"i:10p.m, ofromany of was hurt but conductor VIney u mary rrde pantomime in brundage, Jr. The ribbons will be awarded tlon will hold a canasa
'ttett it dn hd.ldirection Lowell and the flagman nar-u th eater on Friday at :Suite Th e prizes for cards for first, second and t h I r d on Tuesday, at 7:30
ron y missed being chewed up whi on Chrisc obol rounds at were won chars e of the meet at the Aadem
dMr. ~~~ome etr the wreckage. They-were riding Chawres; b beginning at 7 p.m. Sr., Mrs John Greening, Mrs. dions will be given. In additn, proeda Church. Admof t
on Borrow it ed to 15 wives of military caboose which characters from all the centered the long table, in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam acuate onund Norman caren rs. Curt omm A
nes o ll played troor- erthe splintered c ompressedgine will be presented. Charactersrs. Leon Egof, Mrs. Georgeudges, on the top wenty-ive party f

the itfd taClub In the Fort wremwy in the Fort Am4adr Cretew. w. E. Sullivan, L lN interspersed with fancy Christt with a dinner party at theM
Su The regular. nto an area 10 feet in len arrdge e from h he commended all grades, with aPoole, and Mrs. Charles Herrby decoratons of the red and rmal traff

Sowrcname wie oekecd on th o upi thelr latlst achieve- Sd M ofn ys s singing "Happy Birthday" to white birthday cake. natun Locks tomorrow f
fat"-S' O wp.m0 3Cad Frt eih ourlsome hre dge r chorus herf The young guests were: Claire cast e of locumwa out
r ut of tae Iatel Toh. se d c A C M an onao Whitt.ington, a Bar-t project Mrs. Brundage, oVan Sicbehalf of White, Andra Lee Nash, Nancy tic Side residents ar e ice ine Tuesday mornn
L meeting the Tower Club O W.Jonecar of deady was the chlonstru- Wrine gas and wll be he ofin the Camp B erd George Zimmerman, Mrs. un- voted to the meeting and social n the Parish Hal wol.
urd otdier on the Cathedralor:te or course. Clar loaded wit ammonia lubtheaouster on Friday at orga 30 p.m., ter Dare and Mrs. Fred New- hour which will folowley R e- le also were resume ested
givenat the be held Monday at :0 p. two houraeach were hed y At s morningof Neither of these cars was punummewh Christmas obervane aces in hard were n charge of the meat he chambers were
.. q b .At Ft. Amador Bishop MorrisE tal. Sthe atladard American Red tured although located pear the other lands, with appropriate luncheon and table ciecorations. The Birthday Corner at
of Whi ingo Tomo Night ted to5l wives oeekf militthyaryll and characters from all the centered the long table, in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam m of service to makncepen.

the gI nd.trs.fic cou rse were vre The Bofbth McA has an- A resident of La Boca, Mr. her work for the year. Newhardi i a u cPar on the upped
a.'srtyd on We&nes- ago, 91 be played tomor- personnel from Fort Amador and After the wrek, theefeginegi grades, will be presented in fountain room of the note, Mauldin, of Gatun, celebrated
to e su-tai lt 7:30 .O i pthe AmeC- 15th Naval District during a ano 11 cars continued on to "Christmas in Other Lands." rom which radiated greenery her eleventh brhtding anniversa N of one of the ates
The attending memb t rnd hpel re u tertaol e 's flower cases will t wife, Mrs. ldca hittington lunheon wrspersed : MwithfancyChristhury with a dinner party t the
ludd Mrs. Alton, Mr, D. nero Adalene Dub y yesterday morni t ea for the pnden ad five children, James, Nor-mas candles. Each place was bopre of her parents, Thursdayt
Snle W T Bale Gambo To Hae e Farrell, Loretta aver Ma- e Christmas e- man Este, th and Is marked with a bright Christmas evening. the ast had been
A "- --_ Brg.T laden. Francis A. March, Une tomosB oow morning.
MrChief. J. Be r Mr. C.M. A l sm Prty th Jones, Sylva Lough.S. Thrmy oatn HOffie was il member of ornament tied with ribbons as A Christmas theme was used Locks est
ary, Mrs.. 8. Blanton Mra. TOf" e anenBal Citma. Party Maloney, Wandaa place-card. The group sur- and the colors repeated in the
C. or... Th e rei ar by amboaWom- y 4re ben.n which he comme en ld pried Mrs. Charles Herrman by decorations of the red ay, necessary before.
Mit au at atr. l'yed on them for their latest achieve- d wosed Mondays singing "Happy Birthday" to white birthday cake. Gatun Locks and other atie
Sa lp t Card ent' he g general also made the Flow GilbClass her e, Mrs.. The young guests were: Claire c for shippin of locks was outoflat
0 l ofT tYt vol presentUtion of certificates. eorman. Whrttington, a Bar- Mrs. Brundage, on behalf of White, Andra Lee N:Martza ash, Nancy i were on a hour chng
'lFO W. Jones was the instruct Will N Meet badian employs of the Balboa the members of the Group pre- Gibson, Nancy Grimes, Beverly pair work Normal work
ta formBhe 20-hour course. C lass- At ,IClubhouse, died at.orgas Hospl- rented Mrs. Newhard with o rm an Carolyn Rowley, Re- ale
e. two hours each were h dMonda ta this morning fter a leng- handsome Hummell figurine e as becca Wilson Karen Co a t e m

s M. R a mC ef twicaeswely' frecived wes. e 1Wthy'illness. e was 62 years old. a token of their appreciation of Barbara Reynolds and Fre* d outvf
-.'eThey CAtIa'w l-.a .- Certificates .ere received by Te b MAhsa- A resident of La Boca, Mr. her work for the year. Newhard..

els+., M"t wal repr on toen to th
d t b p. n w n ,. Mary Brow. nuee'atrs. Pat Mo- Whittington survived by his The other ladies attending the Mrs. Wallace Rushing an
e attendg nd pe uytaert Carol ean n fow asses will Wife, Mrs. dica Whittinton luncheon were: Msrs. Arthur Mrs. Charles Hermann were al- uer chamber. It was
eluded Mrs. Alton, Mr Adalene Dllehay l- meet n Monday for the pr. and fe children, James, or- Albrght, Mrs. J. W. L. ranam, so present examination that the

manltotehla,,idit a I y r o K in nos ha ----,- jar the casting had been sa
r A shley, Mts. W. T. Bagey. Gambos To Have ie Farrell, Loretta oayer. Mar- pose of making Christmas de- man Esteile, Edith and Isn ay. Mrs. John King, Mrs. Charles ;or l akai,
I r. S.J.eaudry, Mr An tma Party th Jones, Sylvia Lugh. Thelma eoaUons. He was a member of Court Herrman, Mrs. Henry Hot, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Slim Malkani, an
M.- ry Murts. C./Mc.Ar Lt.m t noney.eWandafMcDonald. Ora B W C. S Mrs. J ing of C loe eridth a the
, Mrs., M aual tm Announement that the class Pacific A.O.F., and the arba-W. C. Smith, Mrs. John Kingof Colon, entertained with a them Similar repairs
C. ..DliB1 ,. Mrs, .. .I lam spa'W by-.-t Psa b w Belje McMater, Helen Peck. 'would. be' held Monday was in dian Society. Funeral arrange- Mrs. H. G. Anderson, Mrs. Freda party at their home, Monday, necessary before.
p. Buckley, MsL awilllpgiven on Sat- JanIMPowell..andiKathleenBSug- error. ments willlbe announced later.Soycdeton, Mrs. Frank Harris Mothers' Day to honor their During the time the an
C .1 0,20 a -.Mrs. Lee Nash, Mrs. C uLrti daughter. Rupa, on her four-chambers were out of i.
te Velasquez and eorge, Mrs. J. D. Tate, Mrs. teenth birthday anniversary. Gatun Locks and other
Som tedGilbert Lee, Mrs. William Bad- Celebrating the occasion were for shipping on the Ala
ere not able to de, Mr. Percy Lwrane, Mrs. the following girls: Matiza Sa- id were n a 24-hour

h'-SE TtH EMN n ObWhite, Mrs.Saemon Theriht, Mrs.
.1 :. 11 3 -Ward with Mrs. Lawrence
". IU -O Ulne0UR Chambers and Mrs. Sarlle Foote ;
Allen of, Balboa, and Mrs.
C7 SIEASY PCREDIT PLAN Louis Schuberg, a guest. rf t
tuQu Ica uw w e
-1s0lpum nP a t, Majority Service Held By G ift M agic
To d-duceedU S 1hCristobal Amiably o ef Rainbows
"ast oeth W ,Miss MildredMarP uard,
,T ac .heepbighosq .... ., Worthy Advisor, presided at the
RIB, suwMtcPhel sPuoJo tobal Assembly No. 2, of the
-w CyC n-PA-ide. eer,-Pi-a -onnAn es
a & Mrs.een R. d c cir(lPr ao- M ainesI& v e rk of e i3De Order of the Rainbow for Girls,

Strm p, orh A o of rah- Mrls.ail.bhlioldtraced
t.ooA LaPetha -_iVrMg .c io-to- awoodeda. nof at which'r -time Miss Judy Tip-
Di2r4 dayL- ,..e, r110that Ir ttm;o raPre t harirt. nOf-I ton was initiated into the or-
ra milaweIn- I fee tts. ordered -him to -U dero
Un'."Hesidw .. t oretr fromsiting- "H caiea.db 4 pl I Rainbow colors with nosegays
"i.t a c.._osto n face tril feor ead infhe his locut" u and ferns were used in the-
M .Our"w artimeicolluroratlon ith thh e itsasam IA he hadra.onlpu-lodge hall. o9sd -
.;-toriewar Arsate 1ahon The highlight of the evening
.&ts. pei A.sftat was the Majority Service, which
mr21" tulsasMl 'in-Pthe dshothimto ..hea Was given for members who
eI e-.00. l A' bPh-Mi.thell ha ihave attained their Rainbow h
.rwlte by 04, 4"Majrity through age or mar- -
aly by e..nIpra. This Is the first time this
ahtas Vat. le., bservicew has been given in sev-TllWernd
VMS.. -',4pvntyeral years. Certificates of Hon-usnPod
.Dusting Powder
t~ gtlPerui W. .. flq l w-Membership were pre- in
.TWb $ five' twd the following past wor- (also available in
II- a,- thy Advisors because of age: Fiendship', Grden)
":-- I.:""''o Misses Joyce Hawthorne, Jean-
....lae Maquard, Ann Newnard. Sachet Tablet.,
4 Jealienp. Hellums, Jeannette 4 in box
#4 fiMLS -and Paula Dovel. Miss
Ca.. al 4r t f0i.- eyaterm ume Tat"v fiv "abet PMunro also received
ears.altner. u mne AT That w. a certficate. T h e following
lB' early._ beat I i n Pa.- members received their majorl- -
andPR-eaf1 etinLar- y through marriage Mesdames
V..+ sl- liam' ftholsid Jean Dough Judge and Marilyn

-J. 1e" Rebeka:ita Reafler hrdyeeig

t chances warist orr .h ExquisiteReb
I rs : Winners Annouaced
unUnA ems. ase..Mrs. Elizabeth Wiliams, of 4
...uuMargarita, was the winner of
Z' 3) IIURAflM 5the bedspread recently raffled ,
A by the Cristobal Rebekah Club. Mn
Iu"w.S".The table cloth was won by Mr.
-.A. F. Schneider. The drawing
took place at a meeting of the FOR MEN
members on Thursday.
Christmas Party At
.. ]$RHoly Fanmily Church Tea
The Rosary-Aftar Society of
the Holy Family, Church will
hold its next meeting In the
Parish Hall of the C h u r c h m L
Monday at 7;1:30 p.m. Following SHULTON Shaving Mug
Nz.the melting there will be a
aChris. .'an party to which -..
,.,memb.' are crdially tnv i"I
t~~ : T.hey areddatided a bx -
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F L P 'ol b.- hoone -rg 1ORSALE- 1950 OlNdsmobie 8 *12 FO St AEr-a P s Me1389. or see Caretaker there.X
re a v- y I u .: w t h r n .." ..3ou Ar entii.s. or 2u d rs a fO esA E .- FaS-e AE T G aO F NA
N Central8,l A C oo
bFoor LE,0n' rabi'L I, ur td sell immE- 9 dia t obely. Coi l Sal O ALEe ner sd $4 ke i waynl uire, o e Cr ok fh1 w

rc-c, .:ALE eChe gOukt. b 14:1sd. f e t d o N d. mood e S o Phillaps kid ch e s, Santry, 2 OA 110 vi ore o 8 pr.Bo cA y, -e
r.. r oefId i n, uglAvbc.- Itone 0 -441 No 3.-rth Prlazer-Phne-14- DC a ta e ro FO TanOns2e2 7o s co8 3 a. h.I.n'W rd .

Hour, Baitxa Thed 2or FOR SALE 942 Ch rlt oc oorand CR H on m el oetc Toal PanAM a 8 A n, 3rNntoba l a 67 b l dJ .0 C S Lnen- Soo de, Hoae 2ton, o .. pel 1 o e d ls. S r nis h d rlsra ibeae

re a e: ouro o. P -.----n Bbd a n onp Ca i ab oe 0 eet e fn UhNe offic e s 2 r t aees. Telephonrar h W e

Pu;:Lr^^e beJ a -9B da FOR SALE --1951 Dodge K ng wa' of table. 525.0 KEsN dPMve Empe- -4
Chio erS e Eik bAic d h cir. pr esd e Jeull. aent oed w Sranra Est r t o r t: u arlr porhefes
1N0 SA LE 0"_-BPhone.ioN. 2.J3i52m4ys S o Pap.".d6al.Cein.ngel on Aitc il Oa an tye 2u5 bIJfl CU.UO W0tnw ytefl etec

iat'tr r luly hAre --- P -_- Arh r Cn o e_ .ac r t oneo ms 2ba t f r se onn Sp- 143d 5 B- bo.ePe ase r ce, .... .a .... ..
FOR SALE --Ren u S uAL FOR* FOR SALE -19428 Cd eol 42d-1oor.De FOR SALE L h i i r owe suJl. T so Gn Duqe Ao veuea ons naM- ri e l .

A uE I : .rC. Tlp. CEhorne uIe a. god o n. H700on 2g-1 Ho n d C. ood 02eion. Gnaug Eng eclol n fr cesa. thro e 3 S. ap3m e 16. o6- oi i
Sr L- ae I ooeCurndru 9canb ,oof, FOR SALE --1941 oHldsmRole FOR SALE.---S0 Sarome Qa d Rl P p.S f 1 FOa or E NTRGEOreaer he, fN Y" -va
Y .L tel~d,-, r.bieb,. h uhell rmed iar n.tE c rele c dll ,arKl- 1. re5 000rt e r ad. lodtrnes oO H hT o 3no1 or 0o poe

,435,. E.~clnal e .3t c f ..sru. C a e o ve s es mod Teeephee B.T l eTonee S-e3 N o o rae T Cm r 'lath e tot rath tl c en

,,..e Ch6 C he C r, B o tal, S2. P e an" o de 22 51 6-44 1 Orns 4-6 Pe"ro Mi-
F C r ', >~- ", h d r4Io RL E --se4noD. u Cd ll, Do Boae n A H ope g e o r GEaest 1 tn- nR a l o 1t .e nT T artri d o ul 2P aa, w t d s a r t hec o rrti v r e,. .ui di n u
.ce r n hnlmur. s a Phonev.or.. nd citC a.ed e eru.e o n t em andn t

Tblse 1 .Ctoan eb.e. FO ucc.LEr $elr har1st o FR O L SALERO: oC h ol uic Tr atis n .D eerv n e -ad .nr l t nror e h -a| I h tlle o
~Ir v o l., I har's Tne. b oltp e T3-I 0E. l lengi t .n cn oun d ret o. me l t. c I tel hi m cat a m, fd Sn o D

tble- -_. ... .. Pn d 6 9 as a d i e. on- t;0 0 .... .. I e G n lte Hgr .M Fm t t rsi ln 0 l repae Hoen- a ch i re tin Tltphinh e N Oi DE -
LE -Beno rll. C. FOR SALE 199 Ford.2 be 2-do clab FOR SALEe0 t aoe fi2a .0r.ns FOR RENTDr N G O FI...

FOP, A .L e or- -. .e F iALE-r 9 2edi9 or, o. l rIFOR SALE.--r hROp pno cui. s C aiDo c.eri. An rr te tven ne P O e .
T. pn- ,e _. ,, or .de L, e 2 .ed $. C aljooa 2- ..q3 ei credtP. E-lla o hso ry.g Sat rda oneud y

R Pr u FOR SALE -93 Oldmobile Dc Luxe With 25 cycle power supply and T d f m fu shed and
excellcni crndt.Cf Noc 1 000 Four Door. ao- W-5-W. speaker. Typewriter Underwood. wnu ye apartment; Iria te n hplt .vinsg ftorage. pull $1.90-a-day Wage increaiad to act on -lyra te

... A ng e bed .e otOReAL,. .-V -9. Kaiser Do LuxeC of the Supply & Ser cetDiretr 1386. 4nti$ 'bae r-d b daa 0b pl;a e itar Charma Ch r l i tae

mat 'ecs pa nubir p ican a '' a5 have at.least FOR SALEo-Lke nStud Bole H-wt6 bJsea0 l Jl
C.BReaso nble. .06- C e rado h ieAL all, u new sc t Balboa He.ghts or General FOR RENT: Furnished re couple. 2-2562, Pa;m Lfor-V fr Ue e e
sm' _''n e.. e _l coupe 4' Ancon. Pho e 2d43 Hope. Canal Zone unl 3 00 p urniedr oothr m aartment an i Ph Is Wtr adms; 4 t bathrooms hotand.tO futn tl y l
T --d--- -FOR Ae nr -1941 Oldsmobil m Ph one B o whena thy wille o pe ne to 60 out children. CentrHl Avenue 0.em FO B Cp-r.Ve oWrte-ill
SSA Ee lTDbcu Phon. B aoalraSALEmpoi Cian- shra up pictures contr ol d 2 w. Amador Theatre, upstairs. r an
S table. b oAby .gh ch or, tone 4 an2.. of Fie Granulad Sar. Sosams .v. i ORI.LAC fatof a d Airw ays f eet, R M t e nd Ml
Qr-,.: .en abt t, r, Tel. *p r o s Mba th s for se rvan ts, ga rages, V iS Med ..1 n ae r ice b etw ee n T OLte st a;d gf a te st -in 't e lo t o d. W.C -

Ho muSe ca -' mer 2. ler FOR SALE -New 194 52 C ore onlet 4 proposalE w-th full partic lar for me Justo Ar n Avenues, .
Yo uh bed w-h m re. e. Calel CcA Solo nd, 58. Hh bb, d e- Ft e Supply & Service Drectblo Hgs 3th Street. aupars.p ." "r e .ncr as a ir cAr o t e S8 D- ::
43 -ue 0 boa Heght102, or of the General ORoo3 m.I sa S -u Telo-ta Presdent Walter P. 1thr re- 5. )5 a 2 1r"M a 'A
,_ .iI 3C.E 4 ,oe. Curundu M6159 cars bandage Commissary feet of FOR RENT:-VFurnisd room with N his ,Lun hears ro portI 'oted tora 1 s A e a AN el f I : st- .
FO SALE Ma ong washer dor Sedan, good condson Hope. Canal Zone, mI d en Justo Arose- t ( na0
00ires Telphon 2.3 4CR E T7Autohde lro Brazil and M antel- berths, for the lric m 5t T- ,t T.

tub, p excellent, w c ond tio 15 .00,h a c rrd o p i t m a T t ae th e
P fr' "xce l .en Avo,,de.,.n n e N e. ra rea, FO lephonea-- Ta 5t .e 11-t1is

O eAply house 10069 aroo ieveo Ave trument on h Ihmu. Call 6- n e even Industd .M tbhe '.S "he F35mphl an a .-i l
Table "...d Two Chair. ha ...R SALE--1949 Ford -uder D FOR SALEo-Two male VisTa. Call3-4127.43rd ooj D S NN AND ated f f r S c .
Tn phonene. I'a -a -ua h-OR EN C an.urishd romUSEghis.DTelephoneP.U-1043 ReUe erlEael-rt commundicaton oth-n Te, iTe, -.-Sof D

a een Oh nd I Sr. 484. Must be seen t1 R l t ..-d t .ma for,..p .i r
Pho ne Curun- .T er, ,-5 2 uxe. 950.00. Qrrs-r T D T e .. .D C r r.ier P s. 6 wee AKo Re- out children. Central Avenue Noa

SALE -Youth bed inrierspring rundu Heghts. Tel. 83-3122. 4a 1 21, Apt.'3. upstairs. Front ofS l to 3i O A. rA.A
Omatress, pa.r sg .ng canaries and after 4 p. m. 3 FOR SALE -Like new. Bole H-16 Roosevelt Hotel0. t 5 bB e
cage. Reasonable. 706-C Skeet St ALE-noBile e Lu xe m.m. movi e cpamower ith 3 BEST FOR -RENT: Furnished room, for r ter his first visit stoe tdhand.....
Curundu Telepho ne 83 -n 35 19 0 Four Do. Rado W -S- pe. lenses also case, ter Underwood370.00. 16 m gentleman or married couple with- Wniitoe fjpua.... sa-e p. 1 e t.p p .4f-.# -

1 .r- -,: G ade. one n $00. Phone nr m. e Kodoscope Prolecor 25 to 60 ou. close dren. Central Avenue o. sFOR8 YO6R SQ I Celt n t of t tI A h A e Ct
am WA NTED cyclewith s tilconl 24. Aador ThEte, u JB u6r. a ge -
I c .. ng .... ..ddBids %ill be received in the office Now Cristobal. Telephone Colon W e packd ... .. Taea The .wajout p rLOd tUR t U

eR. SAoL E Th ele om P on C6 n er T$p0o00 l o L gertls tO N i suy ke 1 le 1 n e aee l 4 is t dn o 1 Kaisr.De LLMBofhnSplaCeSevieDecorlZ It
MC. and e- ta e .I i-- N-. a Ebe eonT. e "a5.."4 Wc. e es fraomda6l b e 1e86. anythn. 'P l honeI 2-2 e d iiitn.eet udboe rd .a.nune,,eI i, .ti i n..l 2 TIEquipmen_: g--' $24 Ro E NT t.-- ourp.Oprpndeno :_it h VI At t,
b -Av Na H. D p r e i w A ,eghts. or Genera lo n-T R e For NrT- To married coup le. 2 ,
Dc o l i--loi -C fro eanap,.d 4. 0 5 p acjdg s m n o R Y MT Odl tehe2d 00oy ai chee not ME_ __L_ clay.e T_ toi r,

,OR SALE. Rtn pgero 2e. T ca c TD_ I Oer. LcmBar 5 on0 $t 8.0.C maTn suotehet indor ated d .r. mT.OLOM Q Ao R.A t
PreblgTee esl la. t r y ndton WA NE Bond Ccker Po Trit0s.loyo is FR ENT -the s ui apable rnt48 Iso f ir m -
CI rbe hidcha 4 N ab Splaniel eopt. Canal laeg. $1,5 00 We s er n ofiA e,. corner o aprtman d At' -n t-. a .standingmnt u iOU '*u l* IWtSi .pt^i;^tE^J6RV -
u T-ppy.- T ao 1 06 5 PRJanuarye1-3,h19t3.a f m e- pss Aosoes. Aven N -csnIo. nTh atA.
OR5 uE r... .N 3 .Ile ..' F AM ECN- C941 Oldsmobile motorbNe i $ 5 oba th e a"H u .id o it ln :'hAN.
Lhre f eelda o c me t Qr i %e a n aters i hen o they Awil. be opened C ne Cpubl -c. FOa EspaNT CVac rrosquilla, second 2 irotOes i iol at d)e- wl perm iDt, C boADl PALtEhe
u 2 -D I e bm ba a reeC 2 t F ebruaa y. Rued c bie C r h r fo rm u rnl toshi g .0 6 0e00 0 po u ndei-s t eree ho. u e 0 1 P r S i n t S p e d "" r ...

Suitable '8 -by h i gh o ra.7e., -ncl udi n.o F ne Granul ated pnlSugar.e lForms st. t flI oI l t 44I, Tl t r u .fo o Ed .. '- s" .
FOR SALE -S er' lTer Fcr --A ew Ford. l, proposal, ly w-,t irh new NPon u t FOR RE o sWmCN.T To.,t o V CIc o me om the ,. o un e .rae wL S
c ;,d. .M m s li d e De rp ro j ec t d 1 0 0 ) m ile s W a n t fo b u y V ,cW o m a y b e o bta in ed in th e o f fice ao fFR oheTsc rpGl sf. rein s b~o n B oa r a ly zed o p r ev eeeSP O R T SdO R 1't.

porutale 55. 609 ancOn B.d. ri ouSe uucv RooseveltAve instrume nt ontheHOR lhus. CallM Be r r 6L At JU) -Svenaidu .m e ntWetakeplea .t
I d o84..theSupply & Service Direcor, Bal- oo lIII- ad2- orree iDU L.
Min -,rd oad, T, or -- Lr ---d74 7. -le Tboa lHe,ghtso oro o T he GeneralRoms @e flurryofstrikes.,CIOWirtrt.R t r e-. -.- "'6 a"e

I ^1K "c. Cost 5325.00, sel2000 f6us 5zat Tell .uS- WialtedP. VMtue r r
FO-'DSALEo -N HorLg m b nT10or and Io niShet e Manager4 Commissary Dvbs on, MItS ET. i-eo rt i t he r.
bto nhALE -atthrenog ne was eo6 a1mnTud or BS d baby bgojy cn diantion FORrosc d erin protest of .'ntlm do- -
ad o 8 .00. Bn 7 8A 0 F S M .Ehee. ere debe0"e
Cy Gradke Pemr. caostm t ar'uI moo r. op. SA L oe. ea gentlemen. Jut, Ka2h2Arose- "- -OYAL l. L--S t./H A

gooedconio al l FOR381. lie_.3 m__ o ar E E A E M d a
FO, SAoLEin Boauw-k srergo--- ,- and .- -0 -- sl "eN .' l foro:Uw0.- .e..i$-yoPACIFIi.CretGaR-tTra there Tr ..
---tube. .excellendtCaconditlkne eew. Phone full 1 Youto pyE CuNeTo ae.1kn wale ihao" on CANat V
c.,,SondEtonR, cDng.d d W D. -e, u FOR ALE-- ouRhSALEs,-KdeaEgakbtar. bedq days iDte thDro twios beds,,cs oi l' c nO;

c .r. c h P nf ires.2 J e tecr rurOh r, cy e -od o p ted wiloes lro 9Fd lensently located. 54, 4-3,ad M Be he ..-
h ..- WANTED o beroSALE '-- 1949 Fo d -rd udlr F E T on tubes andeStudentsFOR RENTh-- Clean furnished roomm.0 B' .." U E r .-,R U the "tI -a "" '' t6- .' t,, ...... ... .-

apartment n 8be Vris ta5Toring 5R L w hs m a d r ,ch ldren. Central A A venueASNS E "IorIfal- Aan w n o f e or
FOR SALE Ref ge t, LhC e. a yP a.00. r. C g,slered. Alb dok 4209. 2 ,m Apt.,l 3 upstairspice..t lit t r s ra a._ .

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.Corundu TelepZo ,ne C 82-713". FO2 a e Buirck Club Coup i te. e s c al s c s $ .0Ren. eC muenle Amrne-o rFrnibs hwedaol m, o1reR
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Only One Change Listed

On Seven-Bout Program

One change in the boxing card
,~or the USARCARIB Champion-
-ships has been announced fol-
lowing the welgh-in ceremonies
this morning. Otherwise the Fort
Kobbe Arena, Hangar 1. will be
the scene of action for the bouts
previously announced. The start-
ng time for the opening bout Is
set for 7.30 p m.
The one change in the card
will be in the welterweight divi-
sion. Felix Velasquez, 5ho cap-
tured the Panama area title in
that weight, moved into the light
1mtldleweight division and auto-
matically becomes USARCARIB
champion as the Antilles team
has no contestant in that weight
Lee Wilson of the 33d Infantry
will take over the welterweight
division for the Panama team
and opposes Angel Rivera of the
Antilles. Wilson lost out In the
local tourney via an upset, but
haF been snowing up well in
womrou s and gained the nod
from Capt. Materntak, the team
-h I

Otherwise the card remains
unchanged with the first bout
pitting Rudolph Huerta of Pan-
ama against Louis Cano of the
Antilles in the flyweight divi-
sion. This will be followed by
the featherweight bout between
Melendez Robles of Panama a-
gainst German Algarin of the
Ricardo Rivera Torres of Pan-
ama will enter the ring against
S. Vasquez-Rivera of the Antil-
les in the lightweight bout and
then come what may be the top
bout of the evening between the
All-Army champion from Puerto
Rico, Juan Curet-Alvarez. and
Clotilde Colon-Santiago of the
Panama team. These two light
welterweights have fought pre-
viously and both men have gain-
ed victories.
The welterweight bout between
Wilson and Rivera will be next
and then Ruben Cintron tackles
H Collazo of Puerto Rico in the
middleweight finals The final
fight of the evening will pit Ra-
mon Rosarlo of Panama against
Luis Tapia of Puerto Rico, Last
'year Tapia scored an early KO
over Rosario In the finals and
the 504th battler hopes to gain
revenge in this match.
The entire blow by blow
broadcast of the fights by AFRS
will '.e carried by short wave di-
rectly to Puerto Rico where the
,fight fans will be able to keep
, 'abreast of the fights just as they


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are going on. Sergeant Ed Ma
jors will be at the microphone
Both team managers announce
that their fighters are In to
shape and both are confident o
winning the team title. Las
year the Puerto Rican tear
gained the title with five victor
les in eight fights. This year th
Panami team takes the favored
position with three of the ten
titles assured. Laureano Berrios
bantamweight: Felix Vasquez
light middleweight; and Bill A
gosto. light heavyweight, are th
USARCARIB champions by de
fault as the Puerto Rican tean
did not bring any entries it
those weight divisions..

O'Malley Denies

Hodges May Soon

Be Card Player

The latest report of a baseball
trade has been followed by a fast
Manager Eddie Stanky of the
Cardinals says Dodger first base-
man Gil Hodges may be wearing
a St. Louis uniform next sum-
mer. But President Walter O'-
Mallev of Brooklyn says there's
nothing to the Stanky story.
O'Malley says: "The only deal
we tried to make with the Card-
inals had to do with television
and we ran Into some difficulty
on that one. If we trade Hodges."
quips the Dodger president. "it
will only be from Aug. 15 each
season until the following
spring." O'Malley refers to Hodg-
es' habit of slumping late in the
The Stanky eomnment was
made during an interview with
a Mobile, Alabama, newspaper
iThe Pressi. Stanky sa.s the
Cards tried to make a deal for
Hodges at the baseball meetings
in Phoenix last week.
Stanky says: "A little giving
here and there and a deal would
have been made. As It Is. there
is still a strong possibility that
the trade for Hodges will go
Stanky refuses to name which
players the Cards might give up
for Hodges.


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(Thr 'l U ugfest' %ifa t1I uO L E Phv. .e4re = 11 %w
et 58 ES) Ii;. Loula yesterday b
So 5 Oklahoma To Send 28 Players i c tys 'fsaok f,
t r (le (SC)) Ia.. 1 1 -b verbal bue t aPa
e The veteran Transito Ki and T o Y nk e (C V)_ ... 1. 1 I N I Cng t
- youthful Pedro Teis yesterday W t Bluebirds (-CN). .1 en gerAr
e afternoon completed their train...- I U 'gT Gr 'r U'
d in programs in excellent con- TONIGHTS GAME V. 6I lly
Sdi on for their scheduled ten- (By UNITED PRESS) Panama Stadium (7; t3 n. d eairn. who 6-
round battle tomorrow night at Bluebirds (Stiump) vs. Bemilbers m M m n Charlt t
z the Panama Gym. 1146180ito Kwx St I a- i gfoArA-,w- ,, harlie 1 i u ,s
ryuh(R binedr ).Ary" ro. .. .. ..
the Panam The University of Oklahoma parently can become head coach TOMORROW'S GAME wt. a d Ot or
e The ringwise Kid, representing has decided to send 28 of its at Arkansas if he wants to. PanamA Stadhim (.ISm.) allowed P.
- Panama Cyty, and the Colon football players to the Oarnge Bryant met with an Arkansas Bombers vb Brownies. e
Sehampionshit aspirant, Tesis, Bowl as spectators-despite a advisory committee yesterday LAST NIGHT'S RESU T _S tair.tra'026did- ...
n will both be shooting for a deci- warning from Oklahoma Presl- and one spokesman says Bryant Brownies vs. Tsan es nhMe diB e,-
sive victory. The two boxers hope dent George Cross that it's Is the "choice of most of the (Postponed, Inclement Weather) fthe mg t'
for a knockout victory but their "probably against Big Seven people of Arkansas."ag O ,te
natural ruggedness points to a rules." If Bryant takes the job, he will The Bluebirds have nominated the 17I-poul t. ... "
route-goine struggle. face a salary cut from $16,500 Cookie Stempel to oppose the n ai a a.
s K' eThe university regents voted per year to $12,500. Bohbers'Humberto Robinson on Kat then dm ed More an A e
Boinbnr.a Humbertorle Robinson on wnAhhail 0 t
Transit Kid's handlers are yesterday to pay for the three- Baylor's George Sauer, anoth- the mound tonight altthe Pana. be forced to sh ftie 8 rles fh
confident that their boy will day aerial junket, which will cost er man mentioned for the Ark- mia stadium if the weather per- Begiyret e -. i 0aiIt would opU "-
easily make the weight limit at more than $10,000 ansas post recently vacated by mits. stie Maxi in 0e. -ti larrmag th t
the 11 a.m. weigh-in tomorrow. Cross dismisses reports that Otis Douglas, apparently is out This contest will be the first l -to arrabg6 th a n
This lightweight contender has the regents are considering of the running. Baylor extended scheduled meeting of tl;hee two Jdhnstoi roared* "H i t he nt is ettle J -WS
to come in at 129 pounds or less membership in the Southwest Sauer's contract yesterday until teams this season. Both teams dictate to nP0 !r my ey." i nb arrTve -
or he will lose a weight forfeit, Conference as "wild rumors." 1960. His present had two years are noiv at almost full strength had that? d W4 Inall2n rh in all T
Tesis is not faced with this 'What we need," says Cross, to run. and re about read to play their AhewlT ivet hr'ockton, Msa;tt
problem because he is a natural "is to work with the other Big T. CA ha s n I 4 best rand of baseball. A Plan said was "Atinesf oynig al s wtb.i g ter
featherweight. Pedro's highest Seven uplversiUes to solve our Thber NCAA has seont Ints40 8serd of bstart cacinpola n o a u: ae th rat
fighting poundage since turning mutual problems." member collegaimed at trengttn o'n sixgames that have already og p.pI aiOB nppfl*tmt4l 4"0
pro has been 127 f pounds.evenlyimatch-,recgth be e dntsIran a Sh'
pr As e t e mt- The Pacific Coast Conference AA enforcement machine. s bn nedolutthe league d ofa o
ed fight nears, interest is stead- has completed Its Pasadena The association's policy-direct 1r h 10 oclock Suneda mon TO mnircora i'thbr#et
ily increasing. Only unusually meetings by voting that confer- Lng body has approved the re- 10'o'lock-unda fU"ge y. lcrre-ee- beger
poor weather will prevent a sell- ence teams-except Idaho-will pc^i't, Brownies. come up at t bte t B br than whuning the champion-
out for tomorrow night's excel- play each other on a home-and- NCAA convention beginning Jan La(Tht nightsNBA Results) ship."- -
lent program. home basis beginning in 1956. 8, in Washington. ies-Yankees game was postponed BlneaS? & yrause i
Southern California, U.C.L.A., as the rain caused the league's tlB st-os Baloehe st A
coming BeauJack II against opposed such a set-up, feeling Cage Fcores F Wy 71, Mlwau
tough, rough and ready Baby they would draw bigger crowds a Scores Irn i s
Quires in a 120-pound six-round in their home stadiums. S r Br
to whip Quiros who will be mak- The Coast loop also invited the (Thursday's Results) (By UNITED PRESS) LOS ANGELESL DI. 1 l3(NEA)
ing his return to the ring wars Big 10 to renew the Rose Bowl EAST --Adonslmars ago,.UWaters
after a prolonged layoff, agreement for three years, and Seton Hall 68, West Texas 46 NEW YORK.-The sports sur- and Fr.n lt -of Angeles
A four-round preliminary be- named Thomas IKerr of Idaho Manhattan 65, Louisville 63 vey. committee of the Eastern 1' 1 .toWq. uiredoff In a hon5bowl-
tween Manuel Prescott and 'Alel- the new conference.president. Utica 66, Potsdam Tchre. 65 College Athletic'Conference says un s tunitt U9,w U wt aAp -
vin Bourne may turn out to be On the coaching, front, Paul Merrimack 70, Assumption it will recommend, a ban on out- crothe" u dmrt mce eordf 5hOt
the fight of the evening. These "Bear" Bryant of Kentucky ap- (Mass.) 53 of-season practice at today's andM. m ra ou W thert _d a, topp ,.Ahis A'.
122-pounders are noted for their --- Clarkson 68. Queens (Ont.) 62 convention sesalon in New York. Sy..lxn I rom. I m w.great i me twrgrapr
ever attacking styles. Prescott Bloomfield 89, Drew 73 The proposed ban was drawn up O.f a eneao t by b-9 t
should win because he is a more T- SOUTH by the t ree-member committee Thatiawr ma qua .urs. He C ,
solid hitter. Kansas 63, Tulane 50 yesterday, with Springfield and t'your kin e,- 133 with a hig wed
The activities will get under N.C. State 105, Rhode Island 66 Syracuse favoring it and Dela- gtS thdaw how aS t. "' knoe Ihed do (h
way with the four-round San I Georgia 57, South Carolina 50 ware dissenting. a.Lo.s.. E pM. a ..
Bias II vs. Sandy Lao curtain Louisiana State 86, Miam 58 ,-. ....,, .. ....
raiser at a 114-pound limit. Moehead (Ky.) 75, Geo-getown The Philadelphia Warriors '.-..
(Ky.) 58 have bought rookie center Ralph
S orts S orties Austin Peay 70, Union (te.) 57 Poison from New York. To make
Sports Shorties oulsaa Tech 107, H eion roo for Pql, Philadelphia ha
(By UNITED PRESS) I 49 i o center Ed Mtran to India-
Baltimore Loyola 74, Cathol napollb.
BASEBALL-The new manager Howard (Ala.) 81, Lit 4 i N- 4
uf Pittsburgh and his general ,,'W" ee i--',-h.
manager have a few Ideas how Goj l r "9, e a
to Improve the last place Pi- Uonionn( y.) I Tenn. I to. "
rates. .WA rST to o American'
Manager Fred Haney, who Oklahoma City 4j.New Mexico troupe If they win n this-,
signed a one-year contract A&M 40 term's Davis Cup matches. TS
Thursday, counts. on help from Heidelberg 7", Biufton 5 offer comes from former T. .
the Hollywood club he led to the *vi-er (0.) 9. Marshall 91 singles champion Jack Kramer.
Pacific Coast League title last Iosatown 72 We.t.Bewerve 68
season. Haney is high on Paul ,a, e fll, DePauw 72 LOS ANOMBLE.-The Uniyer
Pettit, the southpaw who signed Ind. State *8, Oui and City 9 silty of Southern Californii w -.. --* 1
for a $100,000 bonus. Regis 7, w pWria State 59 go through another workout '
Haney says: "Pettit showed me Whealti gs Chtago Tch~. .98 day in preparation fo'r t" A'
a good fast ball, a good curve Marietta 95- California (Sa.) 70 Year's Day ROe Bowl game W
and control. Whether Pettit can Otterbel o. KKenyon 70 Wisconsin. Southern C.lit .--A G aY ,d .
stay with the Pirates is up to Capital ei Wesaleyan 71 which i limited to 13 workut
Pettit." Mlntp Du htt MlMib. Tect 58 held its initial drill yesterday. Cu PI
Haney says Dick Cole was "one Souther (.D.) 62, Wa 59
of the best infielders in the Pa- Springfield (Meo.) 72, Ft. Leonard .. .'
cific Coast League the latter Wod 66
lywood players who will get a SO*WEST L "
chance to wear a Pittsburgh uni- Baylor 41, LIUs."r 1 -- ". W
form are base stealing speedster I H ardin-Slmmond Southern AIR-CONDITIONED Tholi--fl0d With Hare' h i..
Carlos Bernier and pitchers methodistt 55 l Intrigap... le 10Vl
Johnny Lindell and Ralph Pa- Southern Stat -lU Oahita 69 NOW P AYI
Oreg n w, 4 1:15 :10p> of1 7-: t..l "Th ...e e b' 'a |
Palme. Centenary texas Western 73 Tha V
General Manager Branch Rick- -1 0. -.,--" rgon -6, .Nietisad 19 4044 W. ,#' of,? i'* 't a; '
ey says he will cooperate with ..o nolulu. t .W. a.rene 6a5 s.
Haney-even to the extent of RIMb '_'ll .16t1a4b) so I Avoreal... Lovel...
trading off home run king Ralph COACH- OF E at. Ws ta t..9 GOious Techiclo. "'
Kiner. Clarence L. (Biggle) Mu of Saoramenftw te'57, Pacific
Michigan State was so dstig- niv. 42 Joabs
Rickey says: "I would be per- nated in a nation-widq poll of Utah pranO Aggiel 71, Fort
fectly satisfied to be overwhelm- members of t'I As mefn Lewis 64
ed with offers for anyone we Football Coaches AsseMlon Compton 6, Westminasterw Tech..
have-including Kiner." Rickey conducted by tb3e cripps-how- (Utah) 54
says he would trade Kiner for ard newspapers. (NEA) Chaffey (Cal.) p6, Snow 45.
five top players-a catcher, an. -8o. ".
outfielder, a pitcher, a shortstop

and a first baseman.
Olympic champion Othmar
Schneldet uf Austria says he will
visit America around the first of
the year to "compete in all Im-
portant skiing events." His first
appearance will be at Stowe,
Sponsors of the lower Rio
Grande Valley Golf Tournament
at Harlingen, Texas, have can-
celled the 15b3 event rather than
conflict with the Mexico City
Open. The Mexican, tourney runs
from Feb. 19 through the 22nd.
FOOTBALL- Coach Jess Hill
of Southern California says he
will fight fire with fire during
practice sessions for the Rose
Bowl game against Wisconsin.
Hill says he will bar Mid-
Western newsmen from the Tro-
jan camp -if Wisconsin bars
Western newsmen. Coach Ivy
Williamson of Wisconsin an-
nounced earlier this week Badg-
er practice sessions would be
"closed" drills. Southern Califor-
nia went through its second
practice today.
As for the Orange Bowl in MI-
ami. both teams are working on
the double Coach Ben Schwartz-
walder of Syracuse took his
squad Indoors last night and
concentrate on lin e plays.
Coach Red Drew of Alabama em-
phasized punting in yesterday's
CHICAGO--Office clerk Ed
Lubanski of Detroit is setting the
pace as the National Individual
Match Bowling Championships
moved deeper into the ifnals at
Chicago. Lubanski racked uw.
.0u24 pins, in winning his first
eight games. Doris Knechtges of
Detroit leads women bowlers
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ATIUANTA, Dec: 13.'(UW)- The
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Bo a B i mee.
tIlas. eta-t

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Imy aports..
dI, ever, the Ifrdemen eligi-
rul ep at bl end of
s a of col.-
e dents i a*
a ie -th le be-
caufe it ket' frit-year
p laers away fro their studies.
1enily' aes, th* 12 emoaher
fIk ..,,u -B lf tee but there
t~,MMte- nd the ex-
ie te rvote on rule

Sbwl earnings-
ruhea rnhlr to the one used
bithe B-W Tin ond several oth-
er monflNoences, a member's
"tae ~f-Wte Iminted from any
bow. mp e to 5,000. The
co it4llf reeves 25 per
e._ of -D receipts and the rep
m.lnler of the eony will be
split, upsetween the other 1-
The rulg will not become ef-
etivAe nub et faason and the
ive a teahM.sooaked for
on Jan, 1-Georgia
Ttf.biX1C~lpp. Taxnewee, Al-
bft -and Florida-will keep
T9pkr cent of their earnings as
Seliead under present regula-
..yeSterday the confer-
eIce heads heard routine.reports
ta various -commintteeston mi-
nor spor and clealede up 0gen-
eral business details. However,
the officials put aside cpntrover-
slil Issues such as the limit. on
the number of grant-aid schol-
a~shlp. for each school and the
of. televising football
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Georgia Tech Scout Ole Miss:

Backs As Fine As IeAs Ever Seen

NKW YORK, Dec. 13 (NSA)- lln honest against pitch-
All&- guerlng Georgia Tech o tional
teolt unbeaten Muslp MM iand excelled at
New Orleansa ugar B l n tough to deulgnate
theo miOt attractive bf the New the .ofegive tackles...
Toor's ae b ned defensive tac.
so e watch H. B. (Bo) Iks. another result of
Hagan scouted the Re bael tba making football
aghanst Misissippi State. Hee Is 00 Maoy' at noon
hi report: ....- '--
"Ole hMin as a great offenalv -
team on the,. grund.
"Th start g bac M ake up
as fine a group of runners as I've
ever seen.
"Misasldlpi had backs on the
bench that many Soul eatern
Conference teams would ave
welcomed, notably Lea Pe
and AllAn MlUuha4.
"JlnUny lear I the et runb est t- aDON
ning apit-T quarterback I've 141s. NstISam ULLeague
eve? en, and t uasyear I had a at. service
look at Jaek Scrbth of Mary-
land, Alabma's 06le1. Hobson QUTWON' NMW does Notre
and Duke's Worth LutL. And DmI a 't "Sucker hft,"' which
saw a lot of splUt-T boys before ejlogxed ga p St southern
th Cal rn and rne d such a
ix the field as it was, Mlheted cofttrWM -Work?
smu I used the pudng game Asw The 9iblacield
only a a change of pace, so It l db! O the baieed 2 Into
we ard to tef muh bout it. I:ox formatm wiath the
. 01e sB a good defensive 40erlbiek behtld sifter shift-
team. It used only a limited g Over t the bleking -Mac
number of defenses a~a st .
State. Thee ld up-a s of
nod psone1 and coahng. Q. The American Bowlin Con-
w the ih came, the de- ir~t recently announced it was
fnv tea usted Iat fry mttMal a. survey to determine
well." the record for marathon bowling
It s pointed out that lagan's contests. What were the results?
estimate t L was made after A. 2-learned that John Overw
he had useq_ 10MlulppIl tate holds the record. The Ny-
Waidis JaoIP ber have one of W. trai ansl en
iudt r oaoo suw daa. despte a off Ai n n ntoi t,
41-14 dete bpwle for.- % etaight
Uh .i total of 3n( games, aver-
If E hAssn's Ankle a .i H was mUowed 1f
Deoe ta deal e- rit tests every four houee.
iaiktilWer of. lw Angeles stll
That l Is deeper In Mr th ocontrous game reo-
backs than Tech Is news W WrerpjIavil rolled 23
to mclot to ae BO l i;at 1941 and
th t If Leon Bar-Sa
u renIt bell, l01 A 0 and jumps
J S vilii~e do ain ber u up gnd ring w ith
.Tl sdo eLon on each
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. will be with the Grays against the Blues in Montgomery, .Ala. Halfback Don McAulI it n
jan State goes for the East against the West in the Shrine Game for Crippled Children at Sa"
Francisco's Kezar St@a* ..The later two games .take place, Dec. 97. (NEA) -

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CALL Colombia. Dec. 13 tUP) "Let the people
- Carlos Guevara Moreno for-
mer mayor of Guayaquil. Ecua-
dor, and leader of the Cefepista TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.
Party IConcentracion de Fuer-
zas Populares'. In exile in Co-
lombla. denied angrily today at. a -
press conference that he led the 1 S
revolt Thursday against Presi- 6 9
dent Jose Velasco Ibarra's Ecua-i
dorean government.
He claimed he was the victim
of a plot.
Guevara Moreno was flown|
here under an armed guard yes- ,
terday with his wife and a num-, E
her of other alleged conspirators.
They were seized in Guayaquil YORK
Thursday on government charges NEW YORK, Dec. 13 ,UP' -
Thursday ey had united mobs t attackThe noisest city in the world be-
they had n Bolivar ir base in came the quietest today after
Guayaquil and the CitySimn Hall as 569 air raid sirens touched off
a yaqurt of and revolutlolnarv plot ,,the nation's largest atom bomb
Ecuadorean Interior Minister defense exercise.
ELuis A Pean Herrera sid they The sirens went off at 8 30 a m
wLuis exiled to Colombia to pre- and the all clear sounded 15 nil-
serve the security of the state," nutes later.
The exiles were fl own from here All traffic above ground stop-
to .ogot later today. ped. Looking down from the
t orenola told newsmen. "'i is citv's skyscrapers the streets sud-
a comnlete falehood against denly became bare.
which the 300.000esidents of All radio and television faci-
Guvauwh ich th e 30 stif lities were t u r n e d over to the
"Mv companions and I were civil defense authorities. "This Is
assaulted when 300 armed mean air raid test. Tke cover," the
assaulted when 300 armed nn. n w nd ot.
under orders from the govern- announcer warned.
ment. raided the city hall at four The test was based on the as-
in the-afternonn while I was In gumption that a bomb more des-
the office of the post to which tructive than the' one w h Ic h
I was elected by popular vote levelled H ro sh ma had been
more thn a Year aeo. dropped on a major traffic Inter-
"This ruse and a courn de etat section in the Bronx,. which ad-
by the ITbrra government is the joins Manhattan island on the
result of hi% desperation caused north.
by the crushinL defeat suffered City civil defense director Her-
byv the Velasoulsta tickets dur-
ing last November's elections A a n C t
when our Cefenlsta psrty obtain-
ed 60 per cent of the votes toAmazon's lic
Pain a majority in almost all
municioalit les.
"In the presidential electionsMay Help Ease
our party voted for Velasco Ibar- News
ra but we warned that we would
not share in the government's
r-'nonsibillty." ROME, Dec. 13 (USIS) -South
American countries have asked a
P'hlion Tides commission of FAO experts to
study the use of the Amazon's
Sunday, Dec. 14 fast growing Cetico tree to ease
HIGH LOW the world's growing shortage of
1:44 a. m. 8:27 a m. newsprint.
2:20 p. m. 8:42 p. m. I
2:20 -.m. 8:42 p.Im. The Food and Agriculture Or-
ganization conference on sub-
stitutes for making woodpulp was
scheduled to end today with for-
Help Figlht TI mal reports.
Wood experts told the com-
mission the Cetico tree is abund-
ant in the Amazon Valley and

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many parts of South America,
grows big enough for use in five
or six years, and is one of the
tropical hardwoods best adapted
for making woodpulp.
FAO is studying other woodpulp
substitutes ranging from bamboo
and sugar cane to straw.


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e know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.







US A-bomb Exercise

bert R. O'Brien said the "pro- widespread destruction from the
blem" assumed that though the blast, centered In the Corona sec-
residents of metropolitan area tion of the Bronx:"
were given a 10 minute warning The alert brought more than
of the attack, the dead number- 500,000 civil defense workers in-
ed 203,000 and the Injured 277,- to action, together with u n I t S
000. from seven counties bordering
O'Brien said before the exer- the five New York boroughs.
cise: "We are going on the basis One man was killed when he
that at least 93,000 of the casual- refused to obey orders during the
ties would be stretcher cases, and test.
that there would be upwards of Cear Flores refused to take
620,000 homeless, cover. Standing in So u t h e r n
**Our workers were also expect- Boulevard, at the dead center of
ed to fight a gigantic fire and the hypothetical blast, he pulled

Inter-Hemisphere Spirit

Marks' Army School Finale

In a dazzling array of sarp, Gulick. conducted by Warrant.
colorful dress uniforms, ten na-Officer Junior Grade Emilio Ro-
tional anthems and a 21-fla- be- driguez then played-the Chilean
decked stage. 224 officers, cadets national anthem .after which
.nd enlisted men received USAR- the one Chilean graduate walked
CARIB School diplomas yester- to the stage, received his diplo-
day afternoon at the Fort Gu- ma from General Whitlock and
lick Theater frpm the hands of a personal congratulation by the
Major General L. J. Whitlock, Chilean Ambassador to Panama.
Commanding General, United The band then played the
States Armv Caribbean. Colombian national anthem,
Colonel Norman A. Costello, after which 45 Colombian
Assistant Chief of Staff 0-3, graduates received there diplo-
United States Army Caribbean mas anndtirvidual congratu-
and main speaker for the cere- nations from the Colombian
monies, told the graduates of Consul General, n Panams.
Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica. Cu- Next came students of the
,a Ecuador. Guatemala. Nicar- other seven countries and the
agua, Paraguay, Peru and the United States.
United States and top diploma- A reception was held after the
"ic representatives of the Latin ceremonies at the headquarters
American nations mentioned building of the school.
that this group "proves men
from differentnations can work Those raduatn completed
together towards a corn m o n one of the followlng apecallsed
goal. courses: wheel vehicle mechanics
The most vivid touches of co- instructors, wheel vehicle me-
r in the cipacity-filled theater chanics, radio main e,
were supplied by the dress un- military police, tactics, engineer
forms bf the cadet classes-the instructors, engineering, com-
young Ecusdoreans with white munications officrn n. chelefs,
blouses and grey pants with yel- officers leadership, madmtn-
low stripes, the Guatemalan ietration. cooking and' ad-
group with dark blue trousers administration. ..
and bright red blouse and the Ni- Major Orville T. Shaw. Schoo
carakuan cadet representatives Sec'etary, translated the.. por-
dressed in spotless handsome A ons of the ceremony 'poken in
white. English.
The USARCARIB School. Fort
Gulick, founded nearly four
tary science and techniques for
military personnel of the Latin l

different countries have already
graduated from the school. Rufus M. Lovelady was elected
Chaplain (Captain) James E. president of Lodge 4. of.. the
Hemann opened the ceremonies American Federation, o ern-
ht 2:45 p.m. with the invocation, meant employes for the sxl time
afterr which Colonel Henry F. this morning when me iers'
Tavlor, commandant, The USAR- ballots were counted in t dge
CARIB School, made some in- Hall of the Balboa Clubhoue.
troductory remarks. Ballots for the election of new
Colonel Costello then offered officers are sent out to AFGE
the principal address. He members every year.
spoke in Spanish which, al- The counting this morning also
though imperfect, was well ap- revealed tingt Hirsehel nand y
predated by an audience made weald their choice for sn t ve-pe-
up mostly of Latin Americans. dv resned to l rzia become 2an-
He told the representatives Vice-President and Wll m N.
from ten nations that he hoped Tavow oe n trustees end avre-

TayloH. D. Rasmond. 3rd Ye -e-
"the techniques you have learn- lded nt..l -
d here will be utilized to bene- Oandv was the pat let -
fitevery e, both civilian and sident from Sept. 17"whrA Lve.
military." ldy resigned to become W*ion-
He lauded the spirit of bro- al Vice-President for o-I

na]ht at the Bfteora
therhood which reigns in the Andv Nagy was slo"cre
School and bluntly stated it had tary-Treasuret. Mb)o .DaiTs
contributed substantially to the sergeant at Arms, ai. d l-Tr
betterment of interhemispheric was named Guide.
relatlns, f waR namedGie.vmo
"I hope ouwill carrvths trustees e are
0isR 00- H.D.oRvmond.r ek, .p -
"io!;s spirit of fraternity back to nond. M a r g a r e t'Wv seti'
7our countries with you," he Chiqoim. Fd Lucas, Bob l
said Carl Pajak
The 60th Army Band, Fort The Installatlon of the wf-
andficers will take places
S night at the Batboa- I .una
Slodge hall.

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WarswhSo fe

r *To Be LMT y
Navy Secretary
ball will lay the k, .
000-ton aircraft eq
i ceremonies
Brooklyn naval aidshi
Make checks payable to Cr. The Saratoga is t.- of
ade For Freedom, Chase Na- the Forrestal claaw.',
tonal Bank Balboa Branch. designed to aceom!1
______________ and faster jet planet
sent carriers.
THE SALVATION ARM' 1044.ft. In overall-
Annual CHRISTMAS AP. will-make them
PEAL. Mal your CHRIST. wuI ink the -J1
MAS DONATION today. ah orrestal.nth
Post Offtes | Forrestal.
am O-B -laid last June. s
cana Blb. eometed Ihn
II --II cmpleted "un

a butcher's knife when Patrol-
man Uudwig Schilling ordered
him off the street.
Schilling fired four ahots to
subdue Fo r e s., who was dead
when the ambulance carrying
him arrived at the hospital.


Judge's Bench


Snow Blankts

New England

18 Inches *u

BOSTON. Dec. 13 (UP)t-.
Wborthern New England was
buried under an 1-oh snow
blanket today, but was begin-
ning to restore power at
communications In the wake of
a savage stonr that left I toll
of 10 dead, Uad caused un-
counted damage.
Polar air sweeping in from
the west caught up with a
wind-driven rainstorm that was
slowly heading seawasd, con-
verting the rain Into heavy,
highway-dcogging snow,.
The clinging. Sw asnapped
power lines, felled trees, reduc-
ed highway traffic to a crawl
and involved at least 20 com-
munities in a 3,500 square file
area of Vermont.
The storm dropped Inw In
the Adirondaok., UntR s of
upstate New YOrk, thq- t un-
leuased its fua fury In Ver-
mona and later in New .3~pap-
Maine was forewarned ad
highway crews there kept the
roads oppn.

A-Spy Rosenhergs'
Effohrds To Bi

NNW YORKC, c, 13 (BP)r-
Acton on the .tay of exece-
ton or condefned atom spies
JulJ and 3thel awenberg was
delayed in federal court yester-
day by chief Judge W. Swan of
the U. S. Co.rC .'4 J Appeals
penllnra,oa thir- mo-
tion to set aide the death sen-
Judge Swan set 100. a.m.
Dee., the heJair be

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A-' American employee of
CAA and a Panamanian taxi-
cab driver were each ffned $15
yesterday aftftnoon in the
Balboa 4Maglstrste's Court for
disturbing the peace by fight-
Tin e charge: was an outgrowth
of an argument about the fare
charged the American, John
Donald Armstrong, 35, by the
driver, Vincent Ulysses Weir, 29.
SThe-ttsWMent occurred In the
Canal Z~ne, a stopi's-' throw
from the Good Neighbor Bar.
A 10-year-old Pasnmanian
youth, Jose Gaston Green, wasI
fined $5' and given a: 15-dtay
suspended Jail sentnea for
stealing two Jars of bri" WIae
worth 1.22 from
Cluhibhouse. Green W Mati
placed on one year probMt i
Two Pgnsznlaz VSJ
Tomas OareIl, 30, iad:al-e
Martinet, -37, were P0
$15, but the paymeWM. s-
pended, and they- ,pad
on one year prW '3
foere foud near, S.-r
ftleld Dump with t
business. ''
Ft loitering 4XoIM auarsen
744-B at Fort ,ebbe. a yu-r-
old San. Bias, Oullarmo Ploe,.
was fined 2. .
Black grden, hose .whi6..h
fund 'ia 9a.k crriar"e
Julitan ReyeM, 1:.'-yeali-
JiamanFan a W
tifitled at the,,
belonging to CIn.tSn,.E Wto
claimed it.". e youtlb as fin-
ed $10 for .vagancy in the
Gavilan Road area.

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