The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00231

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the l st s article ary eny o Communist civilian internees and wounded*-
.'am- uted in Korea are entrernesh4 P in smashing a mutinous demonstration on PeaMp
along the battleline leaving r d yesterday, according to the United Nations p.im
ramm a ruamoile guns for shifts to o -war command.
pon I& as rl areas. -wor command.
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be umbteep helicopters are specially needed S;
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happy toe Jo- in Korea. These fliers rely onas believed the demonstration as prt of
ewever ~- helopters to rescue them. It was believed the demonstration was part of a pf
Y s -., In Infornal remarks to a bat- fir a mass breakout.
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seeking damages allegedly act
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN '
HE PANAMA AME RICAN Labor News "Thanks, Som. With Your Hol. I'm a Huge Suc 6ess!M
OWNED ANO0PUELIUHED mV THE PANAMA AMERICAN PRESS INC. WI9.
POUNDED my NELSON UNhEVELL iN 033 B
NAROSIO A BAS. EDITOR
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C "AL ar1AS.... pA"NAMERICAN. PANAMvA
COLON Orpice I? "P0 CFNSaI A J.. *7W03NeW 12w '&-: 1E3r 1 2IRT Cr"Om ntI jrI
FOR. lN RE Nie r &I,'/ti IOSHIIA 0a POWERS INC C o m m e n

Po E.. I--- MI auv, *NAAp so. J 00 There is one Federal agency. D t '
ra i, ..v A vNANCE *. no40 0 o which has the power to w-ie
TI' 1, YOUR FORUM THE READERS "WN COLUMN tie souLce or t*e $350,000.000oJ riafr
____ ___-_. annual "Lake" qn which the '.
national crime syndicate oper- -
THE MAIL BOXA "Te -t.era
That agency had this power ,u o. uR .- Gerald. h-" .'
har.ded IL, over swo years ago, in o vewt
The Mall So uis an open forum to. .adrs at The PoFemme Amer- on Oct. 18, 1950. On that asy p1 fl D DobV ,,
icon. Letters. ar received gratefully and ore Ilandled in a wholly confi- the U. .uoast Guard was given ta lW
denial manner. such specific authority by Presi- ---our a. l.bich an ce 0ok e's
It you contribute a letite don't be impatient i iti doesn't. appeao the cent Truman that a simple chance both to r
next day. Lettes are published n the order received statement of policy and swift .
Please try Io keep the letters limited t one Pga lllngth revocation of ceraln identitli "
Identity ato letter writers s held no istrittest co4ledn% cation cards could have driven '-plant uet re.ts.._' a
This newspaper assumes nc responsibility fo statements as opinions the toughest mobsters, sluggers, lo vrat,
and the country's sharpest cri- Me. cu -'Jc.
minal Drains right oft the wa- cls a rd ronfe-Anag a -t -
Let'ironts. lose as doesiva
S.which the cr ime syndicate con- 1 1) e
To Editor. Panama American: ros the flow of $16,000,000,000 t
S Santa Claus is a detective this season. He is hunting some worth of waecriorne commerce e ,.-
former resl~ents of your area for the purpose of giving them an boru., to and from the U. 8 ...to be t
u n ex p ected C h ristm a s p resen t. 'nter.or,:,h e n atio n"s crime in alsto st a-. t.l,.
They are among the 25,000 missing stockholders sought Interior, the nation's crim nal stat
',throughout the nation for large corporations, in orde that they would lose their strength and Ie. 2Get
;may receive accumulated dividend checks cash surrender values they menace all America h i'.i
*or other interests uue tnem. This huge task has been assigned to d ale tid. ,
Tracers Company of Am rica, New York Cit. Wilout that base they also .
Mail to these 25.000 missing stockhold rs has not been de- ""d erro eta o of the lop 'VP
slivered because their current addresses are unknown. In the could not terrorize the U. .
"event any missing stockholder is deceased, the funds will be paid hame done as the record will o e h "ie was"te '
SAs Santa's special l.elper. Tracer` C y, specialists In show, with threa tofiwork./no 4w"
"finding the missing for more than 28 years ce trying to compitc stolid to rules and run per-
4 the job by December 2. Experience has shown that a majority t e
of missing stockholders t.re widows, orphahs and others in very eoties. t-rfi lti'Bltlh. T
moist ane a Yet despite the Coast Guard'sF ag 1 p AD1A US Us.
most circumstances 'o ae uthority, it has not mov ,d /inaug- .t-." --.it. .
p According to Geoege P. Parker. General Manager of Tracers an e thoi, It h-s t e .,
Company. there are over a million missing stockholders in Am er- Since this Is being writtr at o
lca today who do not kao.. t;iat t.ey ae more than -,..he very moment when, ,M iean 4)d Is a-n_,$anll!9 n ;
000 coming to toem.A .an lorCot eout t neir holdings during bower'sm Cabrietmembhnes ae a nt wiiret urit. iwa *
the lean years when no aivioends were pala. Others are unaware being I ea on .tor. 'new mpols. t de~fbvou tLi tha-twe
t. v. inherited them. Still others threw them in attic trunks ano it tcy ha" wot po suth pfubP-UoalP heart, E V ras .te bt.ttn ..
cEll:r chests, considering them worthless. t w shiestl! ln .- ioaw;..-.
.*e value of all securities ack to O0t can be checked, Parker have the power to move the... -. .. ,J
p oins out, and many of them are worth money even it the Ls- is the Secretar nty of the Treas. One
suing comp. ny has been liquidated or has changed its name. uryis the Sthe i Secreta he eas- After o r Taft i e
ace thousand persons inm the past two ears have received sumsry: the other is Secreary of Eise owe's tonn tgt m o tg -
r .i;.mg irom $25 to L'40LJ by asAng 'icaaLor. to reser.ren securiti.?s .3.abor. T Senat ,WA Mot.r-
t. E, considered valueless. Another '75,00CJ lost stockholders were This will cohAe as a distinct. .mt ___ Sent. Wea Tre, "OPe
-.. on assignment ior corporations, receiving an accrued total surprise to them, a perhaps t 2 edto-me M--Trtce,..? eOW. -
o, o:e than 12,000,00uI l t. the utIng tary Snyder and iSetary To-
She missing stockholders Leing sought in your area, together bn, who yrobabl ofe looked" w rk
*vt" !heir last kno n rddrescs. arc: bnw "hpob o
1. CE E. RAMBO P. O. Lox 3 Bocas del Toro, Panama these powers in thI turbulence Ro -e e
*~,1 ..NT J TANZCLA Fort CmayLon Canal Zone of the vast yearss, UAB y 0 .ewhe, oW. o ha s':.a
1. i- Information peramning to these missing stockholders But here are the sections Otur boy,' h th d erBll he ....
shl !d be sent to Traccrs Company of America, Division .A, 51j which give the Treasury Secre- '- ,' 'he sai. d, e,: -, o".a.
Maoison Avenue, New York 22, N Y. tary (who controls the CoastA
-Robert H. Joseph, GuadI and the Labor Secre-1 AT SEA. use the airplane nearly as much There Is a little veranda outside my room and .
tary the right to move swift- as any man, and I admire the iron bird for its I spend all day and half the pight l st looking HaT re s s te't 02that .
SERGEANT'S KIDS NEED PUPPY FOR CHRISTMAS ly. speed and Its fudnctionality in a rapid age, but at the water. I have spent a $ood portion of my' Hen ere sm I the t b 'Ds
g8ar Mal Jox: ( example, on which the crimin- fore needs to go to sea again, to let the *ind and and in the Naavy in the last (war, ~id ty tU ,.. .-
Our small pet dog was killed Dec. 10 by a green station wagon als terrorize the unprotected the salt spray blow his spirit lean. Lascinl g me. m '
I pse 11800 -oriven by a lady. WVe knqw IL was not her fault. longshoremen as wellb aus the .Le moastweq s a,.r.
S 'e stopped and said she was sorcy. She saw my %ile crying as mighty (and strangely .fright- This is not accomplished on one of the speed I can tell what % ship is thinking by the way. arte. teo. democratic .w
she carried away the body o our "QueerAe" but what she didn't ended) mul I million dollar demons that bucks abroad the North Atlantic at she creaks in a heavy sea, and I love all the artevenwoi kng rut it la ti ther i etP. i
Map was myu3 hi es heandiig a small cisance crying. As I paid steamship companies and ship- 30 knots, with the bone In Its teeth and Its eye Weunds you'hearpIn -thebnight on a ship at se ri.-pd ....sea,
bdae It was just an accem. pelS ao are tlitar ly restricted on a record. e ust a propeller blade off thi wdct s.tai" a an ktTOst.1. eI ,Ol ...w ai.- ini' ---t-"at nn"'tr
Would she please have the heart of letting fis have .T d n.docks and r front l t a a dlow In aay m ai, h l nel 0 s O'
I r" how.to iqgqr one efe Xm a.wt that tat Minime. Bu 'A shiUL"6 wthf- "
-..;.eJ.t A..A. Lopez, t.,Clayton,C.. 610 4v,-' Aims- (..L) a.cret .thou
t a.m. am. and I p.m to 4 p.m, Mondays to Frdy w v e as Pier Brook- We have ife W h to it li still curious, thought, to sail with r



'm2.al t the oenrlty of the h aveht so no A of Ileam 'no b a 1 mc h to 0the
.Llntsa Nsi and s s function t yea= that it Iti li t bl0li ad yourporthola wide e oeIw o f iBsr-
r. If any other person wanting a good home for a dog mon- o a te Jeyity a wonderfultoetback Wd-nOdfied t look a t d watm ad see aba
grel'or etc, please contact me. My kids need one so badly, bdke wsterfrot, Tet craft, with cherubs and eb*ier i in the.din Ihi, shabe th light and unafrad to be 4tM
S3 oTplease do hurry. I- t e leli.. e d a saloo and gold. paint,d .frsoes anl 'tick I have tofi back an urge to black the S the nat coitt o .
r arvital to the u ty of the carpet onsthe fOIoede. caagW"inh s 4 be sure the ports ar loo 1 ionu tlfCt3, t.'.1It o ...
l"Trt thrher ...se.,.'o..".O.thion-heipe,-.,.m.otight so no rake, of gleih0qan beckon a wubun -
I (Colorfulc Crosswords Answer to Previous Puts,, S.e on or bi thef e n. or dovrest pt so noh says the fUoea ob. ) 8ee .l. Jan. 15,
S Emplo191 3 Do..., e r And it is wonderful to sall inda sea-going vert t ine. M!=a- rgc at .
Setr Cr These"'d1ei. won re put under slon of the Hotel plendie, where the str w rds
IZonTAL VERTICAL .wroom .scu waps re they are polte and the wine llte 1 obsequod whue n*I hae .been frightened in these water scare pitol HIll He at ge..6t a pen '.







8 itu ns ole 25 Knd of 40 Seaaity of t T..wronohs es they n t hao -I and l the awinge. de p it a s ine wt m te Clfte'- -43 l the
m oo pec-. r aovives, sec-the ind p l ay corny con e I rand the food cone stiff, anid then aire Germans- on thb arhip, td.onh. .th d- th _
HORIZONTAL VERTICAL R s w ret weapons: p iald ordinary lo-s In endless courses and we eo notleal In blIik-r English. and, .4 course, ItaIWA&s. have. .t-.l ,.t ,












2 e w 5 plant Cae We lok" a ro th surrener IO_ i endless courses a w 4 "rue -ain' Brother f o ate Coal t equipment needed for strap, yoghurt, or 1 Pespinach t thi t h t sa..- -' "







S"Trued a Brother 6fo .ases .. o.f.... .0e tTrweorePIo
Black Jacob (Bib.) Aogetanuor baes abroad.. the-.ok,"r this ship we tend more to a 4om;n f atb l0 r
1 Emlo o t laho t la- ghorsUd'oeuvres,pasta, that lays thp l*t1 thro I ocean, a
1 Forsaken 4 Inflamed sore waterfront worer ne e- -on you with a trowel, an desserts that woU a o e t -
14 oTheatcr s(- n Crazy (slang)- clal paw. Stone s aOa ofthese certainly ,flounder you dS awterdint tes. -..ett.ea t o r.i.a
Educatona mse ol the natin. .. r ltht lHew- at midn ig .ge! fat ald we w i.e this fl .o
15 Sorry 86Astronomy have been disto l. h riud 1 rece tu .s athrough- W foti e ~ e f ltin 0 O.........









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iStit25K. .clusiii that I live I4n eo f.- n- -- .ldT.d
E- 18 School fee 8 Masouline 25 Kind o 40 Sea eagles Truman e his ecutiv'I-e. I woul a hell
20 Removes pderwrldI u"The I aon -redential Ishold havebeen as VIctifniAII love ISwechI.wouldhI.I
21 Peruse 9 Seethe .6 German river 4t, hij .. e. Co an-one....dle and. 1inw ,- .... -" g "vIe hi
2 Passage in 10 Curved 27 M ore m ajestic E43 pInd igo v .to be,Issag t sCom a I aVea4r0oe ,f i le oi we... have ha
24 Ta de (r ol. mCeinn militr y cap Cpa -.. ..& uri tyhC e ra ther gee a pd r pe s em leap that w atc- a it. touch land and coa It for,.. a.....
the brain molding 28 lFrench a In iol dint sh'al' wn ,as' t ht e Beid aht seaHi : -drveserson. h woh r 1
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-bestM61 t had the playing. skill to back up
-.Lou coldere a.t- ti- unorthodox double.
ower Miss- wbi .oaun OS. --*a
't Ucareful mle fm theme- ii p 'Dec. 15 (UP) Secre- Larry felt quite sure that. his
t n -l- te. ao, o '-,cea. B. Dean Atheson. here partner would open a club 1( left
ote a He Butracientutsef d41 aed' -*jial North Atlantic pact to his own devices. Nobody had
iof the :rive. to e. a d today he doubted hil. clubs, and there were no
Sentury itht a pl ams capb6n n r-reachin decisions" club in the East hand. so it was
a Gothi tof t wort wpnt'1,. s he taken lb this week's a chich that West would turn up
Yes the SDis t plr. '0 elr W 9of the NATO council of with five or six cards in the suit.
I ymboUbm n 'r. r O A club opening lead, Larry felt,
w4^i "c .Na 'ofiu Aeb0on arrived at Oriv Air- v.ould give South the game '. a
I a t vof-Ite I md ps on President Truman'd .siler platter-which happened
Se the pletfes Independence, to at- tn be a very accurate guess.
f5the'V planet. ttad futl-difl metlng the double of three no-trump
i diwrer al foreign defense and called for an opening lead in
te found We'f the s -inist.Bm rs I0 the state apades-the first suit bid by the
hrfo of the uiwnq's of defense dummy. The spade lead might
13 l i e ,. enough t -abw f e AcheMori's.last meet- n t set the contract. Hirech
:or hadt ltne en- i ..... l as the Peuti nt-I wt' Atlantic pact ministers knew. but it would surely be
Stie arit raet de on:. before turning 'oier his post to better than a club lead.
of France. "'.Visble. -dae photograph of Incofaing Secretary of State What about the risk of a re-
Maanc itre'..wSlte areas at the Tohij'oater Dule. Pulesa will driuble? Possible, but very un-
Ke a' attepatlo ~J fo- P0.0 Pol W: 0 above layers come ,to Paris for another top lk. ty. South's rebid of one n.)-
rarily tan thMthang- "o anIow. T er Martian pie NATO meeting early iext year, trumb had shown a near-mini-
-of Lof u a- t .-th tte s hoWt*e-ark areas that Acheson said he did not think mum opening bid. North had
tweeti %1" and- 30, m 0 a, .e vght-bs as they vagy "any far-reachiig decislonts will bPen .able to raise to two no-
finds time for a fond t color fr Lue-gre6n in the be taken at the current NATO trmifp but had not been able to
Stook. at chaAteau life plaet's sprix to brown in the mneetink." Jump to game. Hence neither'
ia's Charente Iant alle "We shall probably review
vlliUng side a ESclenUssa believe this vejeta- what has been done in the past
%.in. ~ .te- 1 l.a. 9 1oflv kind so- aid urveytheproblems that re- '
*-' ....._ J wJitp ana, capasled main and make arrangements
,b" : "rtb tn 'oM 'cUmes. ,hIc' for another meetin g probably In A
w. 4.o A l e;a n trunks thib bejinnlzg of 1953," Acheson C SA
$I lte rty' fitmov iarut n'the new ple- The Secretary of State said ASTLICH
,- -," t nollka crescent With western defense has been n
O.of t surfa-e illu.rst;renthened by the Atlantic
nj mlaun. This plazi4f, act and a 'firm basis of ceop-
object In the elation" established among the -
rrto a Z aver- 3 western allies.
Clf ml. hd ,was accompanied on


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FatPC eb buitn t*$4 ai'rfrt by William H.
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Nuith nor South could have
enough reserve strength for a
ierdouble.
West obediently opened the
aee of spades, and Hiracn
thought very carefully abou: his
play to the first trick. Then he
produced the prize-winning play
-the jack of spades!
This could not ask'for a spade
conlinuation since it obviously
weakened East's spade holahina.
It therefore requested a shiL, to
a high side suit. When a sinali
clearly demands a shift, a high
vrra asks for a shift to a high
suit, and a low card Asks for a
shift to a low suit.
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0f the two unbid suits.
therefore shifted to a low 1W
This shift easily defeated 4
contract. South's ace of 'he
.was knocked out before he coi
start the diamonds and Ii
therefore gained the lead
time to run the heart spit.
NOT TOO OLD TO BYT
LANSING, Mich. (UP) --.
Michigan conservation do
ment reports that age fuil.
din the enthusiasm of i
hunters in this state. Personj
years and older bought 12,4W
the hunting licenses sold in I
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BY ER'a ;I '. JOHNSO N
NEA Staff Correspondent


"HOLLYWOOD, 'NEA' Ex- I have no Aorries I have no mno-
djtpively Yours: -I'm jl-t now' '.ic. in the picture."
'lIeglnning to have some :ort of Pioducer Paul Jones. wh ,a n!-
plinmg about making pi,'tiis 'o ..or miie with Bob H.pe- I
with the four that came -fn'lni. r c- a leelino I'm due for an
,rung Bess.' I had po'rr-i I .I ,lc,.r."
Swch a pitch of frustrationn th.tI
dian't cale. I didn't knov. wh:,t UNDER WESTERN SKIES
lev would turn out like. IT t1
quimb'" J Vitale. who played the.In-
Jean Simmons looking ')r 1: r. .ila,i menace In "Son )f PI.-
the quartet of films -:hr ni.:' let.' just wed non-prof?,.iu. ; alI
Inr Howard Hughes in .-'1iin-1- 1 inr:-n Tolins of-San Fran'i-i .. .
fashion and pinching h ; 'i; ,i-:.'-TI cameras are catching, irt'
her luck in landlne the oilc **; heauj'r of Apple Valle'" Irr
R Spencer Tracy's dauait',r i "-A.pache River." Most ol thri
*'Years Ago." til'i is being shot there.
More co-starrinii p! >t, .- p,', Ma.irio Lanza no longer has .111
htlbby Stewart Ot:r'ce' hoI inttrs; in the Mar-Sam ti' u: -
plava Thoils* Se' inour t, ri' lerTr mine In which he ine -
Ouemn Elizhbethl in Y I n r -is movie earnings.. Alci.'
R%.g'" !Ray's annoyed at the .ripers,
*41 hone se," said .n.-covi, wh'u insist that he's nev.r ;e.,"
Jear. "He seated nve'r mt his infant daughter He .,nt
scenes more than I did." tim" with the child in C -o!'r tt
Calif.. two weeks ago ani his
Producer Arch Ob"'-r was reasonable rights of visitation.
thankin, a movie cit ic tor .;.h-,
tnir kind words about hi, fiit( tJohn Lowe, husband of R|by
*."'nthic," -Bwana Devil Keeler. pulled through 'h, ri-
"Oh." said the critic, "duont di- 5- and is back in their San Fer-
mentron it." .aar.do Valley home. He wass i -
:on iot'slv injured weeks ago in an,
There's a surprising avo r to automobilee accident.
thalt Loi Angeles theater :'e-ent-
.i.dlsplaying a R arq' si., 1 I Bette Davis can play n sill -1
'We're Tired of TV. T i No ri of a part, so can DdallL'1.
Commercials Here." A ne.- mar- r;odard. It's a mere three da.s'
juew sign reads. "Closed." ,: rk for Paulette as Edwnrd 0
dRobinson's co-star in "Haitriess
'-Tlat recent 32-day. 54--hot u'"l.
Areonal-appearance tour I)% Re ,
Rlers and. Dale Evans -ro.srd Marl Blanchard on mnarria-e
$"V77.480. Trigger-' the onl'. on' ..o movie lawyer Greg Bautzer:
wpr,'s sorry it ain't hay. "'!e known him for years and I
ihink he's wonderful, but you
MRM CHRISTMAS know Greg. I'd like to see some-
SC ,mne nail him down to marriage.
*i,'w Cro.sbv and RoHepnlary but I don't think I can.
lney *- lll e'II nd(l in earn rth-
i i. in rpirpmoint's *'Wite Blind, Deaf Girl
Chr--trnm^" .hilh Fredr A.nt're
an,, Ver.-Eene% will ditto anla
fltn' reel Although pp,- VBeats Handicap
Dp '-t "n niispension at U-T her
rr-. still appears nn the rert"act lidt. What'% min'. It's len Siefert came backto Nebras-
b'ir,- said that pehga lI hi' xa to show her home state how
t .rve nut hei fill "-nttrrethe p had overcome the double
time if she ever returns to H-ol- handicap of being blind and
l.-rod Sh~ ~ in Texas rith a ceaf.-
allionaire husband
___h aSince friends began to finance
Patrice M"-nsel. the operatic lier schooling 18 years ago. Miss
lawk is wali-n~ that bhe didn't Sierert. now 25. has gone on to
dfe'- thp he l'i.in" fnr tpmner- beenme one of the nation's out-
amr-'t -iven her hv the British standing blind-deaf persons.
p*- ....-in ch, stprrpd for **am Her ability to sew aprons and
In. 1n "Melbi" in lonilon. mPake children's garments and
BrInes it on a misunderotand- other articles helped support
Ain ,-0s her as she attended the New
n _York Institute for Edueation of
M'v Hollidav's under d(,'r *'s the Blind.
ir r to slim down frono the
hhr nut nn In her first real- She can perform a wide variety
HA ima role Tips the scales at' of household chores and dexter-
gt pourds. vuslv operates a standard f~te-
Ji Wwriter and the Braille machine.
J JAne Wvman's out to "ash In
on. -n-iw that site's a full-flecl- Fir's N Triuble
er lark. There's a sinin date at o Trouble
*. the London Palladium. nIlus as Jacksonvimlle
van niterv stlnt as she wants In JaCKSonvlle
'' to nr--it Hubbv Freddv K.aiTer
will ra along as Jane's m ni1 ar- JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP) -
renn i 0 It Is almost a pleasure to have a
t. t lire here, according to Harvey M.
D tI at nfot i the print on the Jarkson.
I et g e e ,,e. Depn Mprlir-Jer-. Jhckson said he returned to
Srv r i fiL, "The raddv": his office after lunch, detected a
Je ,-'. "*atrhinti Dean helng faint smell of smoke and found
p, hn'rP'Ibed in a .-IoSe-un: this note on his desk:
4"-1'"- this lecture shoilb he
bIP'-l as 'Dean Martin and Help- 'Surrv we had to force your
Ser"" iloor. Your fan motor was over-
.Tr',v .aheenishlv asking 'I'm iheieted and the fire department
tli.""` ', Dean's retort "*Yes, \a. called. L. J. Montgomery,
t** n-- 'lod." Lt Engine No. I."
r" -' director Norman T.'u- Jackson commented: "They
i.- -n-rtne the bedlam: *You e.'en mopped the floor after they
ju* 'Tiol yourself not tn li.'tn put out th'e fire."


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8.S. "CAPE AVINOF" ............................Dec. 21
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S.S. "TALAMANCA" ......................... Dec. 27
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,PAP-TE. Tahil.Deo. 15 (UP)
-If the children bee a pro-
blem some rainy saturday, con-
sider the case o the John Cald-
wells of Long Beach. Calif.
ey sled the Paific In a 34-
tool boat from San Pedro, Co-
lifornli, to Tahiti with a "crew"
of two mall children.
It ap afternoon when the chil-
dren-must atay. indoors presents
problems, consider what Cald-
Wll Pd his bae-eyed, Austra-
ian-er wHoe Mary were uo a-
gainut for 43 days in that
cramped space with five-year-
old Johnny and 18-months-old
eteven.
"It's all a matter of discipline,"
Caldwell, who is 28, said here.
"Discipline is the most Impor-
tant thing. There just isn't time
to argue when an emergency a
rieas.oard ship. The children.
-4obnat]in particular-had t0o
tan do instantly and with;
Sqtasti do what we told them.
12 that .as understood,
wwell said. life. on the high
s*s. didn't present too many
problems. He believes the train-
fiW has had a sound, lasting in-
-I. saw the bronzed. sturdy
*ohny-0t1 ve evidence ot tha a.-
iote .
Z the rollicking but lethal
trkflei.f.papeete, Johnny heele.i
like a well-schooled pup at his
father's command.
Once he dallied with a newly-
met Tahitian pal over a huge
brown POd fallen from a tree.
Togeteter the children.4xtracted
a large nut-like bean.
* "Come tma Johnny,' drop it,.
caldwell said quietly.- 1
"Dlddy' -he said, "I could eat
M" Yet: a riht -for him to
VaSt" hir-t1:S aeb .d.! "HOes
used to It..- t ,1.'
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They have thrived on e foods
whielt Ma*W Caldwell h4 adapt-
ed from native dIshear oeoarut
creAm a de sitrn thermAt.mlk
and oil of c.ocoanutsa d .mixed
with banana, pawpaw r other
native fruit bhfeod 11-a tralIly
oven; lotWaihd-lot -.e fih and
plenty of green, coconut milk to
drink. '
Mary, too, is th picturb&e of
That also is teUMOn* to the
good ifte A "t 'Se t wW
naut when the : 4
Rnan an spent her
nancy aboard t Iw
without oaee eells a-'
They ar9l Sit glus* we
Tor the arrival taof a t-S1t,
man, '"RKes Hir (
'Tigtn god), who a
their seven .or mayi)k
pounds at birth.,
Mary confesses she doesWt
know and agrees that It do#=t
much sattec,'Anyone.c
he says_ that Y
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home In Norfolk, Virgin,.
Change Of Add .a
Mr. and Mrs. k Hed Hodges
wll change their veslu dce to-
morrow to house I42 4 Diablo.
They are former AtSla 814de
residents. '
Arts And Craftp Ad M rded
Groups To Met Wedi
The Arts 9 a '-.os igp(p
and Garden tGOw of -d
boa Woman's Clu' will. meet
Wednesday at 9:00 a. m. t Fat-
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RUTH MILLET Says....

Happy homes aren't, as- a gen-
eral ruie, homes where nothing
newf ever happens.
The happiest homes are those
where there is usually some ac-
tivity going on.
Each activity doesn't have to
include the whole family, of
course. Susie may be busy )
mounting butterflies; J unior
building a model plane; Pop
busy in the workshop and Morn
digging in the flower garden.
The important thing Is that .:
evrftbody has something to do
and nobody Is ready to start anl
argument Just to break the man-
otony.
Members of a familyy aren't al-
ways trying to get away from
nome if there are enough things
around the house to do to keep
them Interested and make time I
fly
That is a fact of home life
that a great many otherwise
wood homemakers comrplet6l.
overlook.
They are more interested in
how their houses look to outsid-
Prr than in what they offer the
family in the way of hobby, work
and relaxation. s
A workshop can contribute as
much to a family's enjoyment of
life as the most perfectly fur-
nished living room. So can anr
out-of-door barbecue pit. a
flower garden, and a place
".'here any member of the fami-
!v who wants to concentrate for
- while can find some peace and
quiet to work undisturbed.
Children who have nothing to
do when they get home from
school but look at television and
lend comic books, don't have a
really happy home life. Neither
do husbands who evening'after
evening sit around reading unt'I
bedritime. That kind of home life
isn't stimulating enough to pro-
duce really happy living. It's too
dull. too monotonous.
So how about taking a new
kind of inventory of your home.
Check uo and see how many ac-
tivities the family pursues in
any week's time. If you have a
tored ap drestless family on you
hands, that kind of inventor;
may show you why.

Cotton Fields See
Less Hand Pickingq. I
SACRAMENTO. (UP) Me-
chinical pickers are taking over
California's cotton fields.
Fdward F. Hayes. chief of -
farm -labor niacement for the
state, said that while cotton a:-
creage is up five ner cent this
vear. labor requirements for
hand pickers Is down 286 per
cent.
Last year. durlna! the pi,'ki'
se:Lson. California was 21,000
men shv of filling Its labor re-
miurements tk.the. cotton ,leldb. -
This season. the state lacked on-
Iv 4,000 workers to clean up the
harvest.


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VICTOMAN YULE HOSPITALITY is yours when you serve nut
and fruit-studded angel food cake with green pistacho topping.
BY GAYNOR MADDOX
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Back in the 1880's, in the sood Sift about -one-fourth of the
old Victorian days. angel cake :our mixture over the fluffy
was an important part of "keep- whites. Fold in lightly witn 15
lns Christmas well" fold-over strokes, turning bowl
But now let's: look forward, frequently..ATo fold, use a large
too, Modern science has produc- spoon, a flat wire whip. or rub-
ad an.angel ea.e mix free of her scraper. Cut down through
sees work. That's what we'll mixture, lift up, ahd fold over. Do
use this yuear. not stir.)
Add remaining flour in three
Christmas Almond Angel Cake more additions, folding 15 strokes
after each. Fold in almonds and
Have ready a b to 10-inch un- pineapple. Pour batter into un-
tresedsd tubt pan. Start oven for greased 9 to 10-tincb tube pan.
rnodetate heat (375 degrees F.) Bake in moderate.oven (375 de-
.One package arel foofnmix. 1 rees F.) 30 minutes, or until
"'mplusa ta lespoois wa er, Va cake springs back when pressed
tepoons vanilla, # teap oon gently with finger.
$anond extract, 1/3 cup finely
oppe0d toasted almoris, 1/3 Cool in pan, upside down, un-
cap calppusd handled' ieapple, ti cold-1 to 2 hours. Then loos-
..dru .,a -'.4 ; en cake from sides and center
Ream J of egg w*1h pow- tube with knife and gently pull
4er f Th_, flour rut cake. Spread pistachio green
mitw itter; s4gs4e. In- whipped cream over top and
p a measuree oWer and sides of cake. Place paper Christ-
lvwye Add the e~Withlite mas angels on top of cake.
owd tt bag; stir. Just
3aough t sten, Pistachio Green Whipped Cream
Tine ,'vigorously with a
sturdy ." egR beater, flat One cup heavy cream. I table-
wire wl voat highest asped of spoon sugar. ha teaspoon almond
electric mixer until the fluffy abstract, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla.
whites are'-hiny and will stand green coloring.
up in stiff peaks when beater Is Place cream, sugar, almond
raised. ana vanilla in chilled bowl. Beat
until 6ream holds its shape. (Do
r ,'_ 'Bullr Boosts not overbeat.) Add a few drops
PiZe 1,f SS green coloring to tint cream
Milk Production a pal.e reen.
RAU T Dec. 15 Counties Change,
)- tat aricuture depart- Home Stays Put
mant' officials take off theirHorne Stays Put
tats to "Cottonade Emmett,"
6tuarter-million-dollar bull. CODY, Wyo. (UP) Ned
2. years in a North Frost has lived in four Wyoming
IS nti fte ~Esmettw,.bad auvntteai thLue molbEm ing .. from
g. ._.-'. 6,000 cows ad the Cody area.
abbut 4,200 calves. Ben He lived there when the area
alet#'b first 14 daughters aver- was all part of vast Sweetwater
aged 2,680 punds of milk more County. He was still there when
han their dams. a chunk was lopped off to make
At that rate, agriculture aex- Fremont county and when Fre-
perts estimate Emmett caused mont was divided to make Big
the production of an extra 4C Horn County.
520,000 pounds of milk. At 6 But now he lives in Park
per hundred pounds, the valued County. created when Big Horn
of the extra milk would be rent through the slicing pro-
$270.144. cess.


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[.ease ous Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "HI" Street Panama
Nu. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


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

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Fourth of .Julv Ave.-Phone 2-0441


Sal6n de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street


Carlton Drug Store
10.060 MellndeR Ave.-Phone 205 Col6n


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FOR SALE FOR SALE MIStLLAIN.UU5 KI3UK I ) W WMAIAL I THESE STATIONS,
h ,,li A ,iitlIt'i1pe Do vea have a d rhkh eeblml Williams' Santa Clar Beach cottages. PROF Aft DEPWRIVED 01
-- ,, ---.-O '--E--'----otor Write Alcehelia Anonymaus. BM 2 bedrooms, refrigeration. Ro*.- .. .....__ -UAU'_ra IL
FG. SA LE .a cr 2: ccle FOR SALE -1941 Oldsmobile mtr 31l. Anna. C. gasraged ,albar 300.IN.AMERICAMILLI
a, e i.. c: .d, u, overhauled, ne bo6. Tel. GRAND XMAS SALE: All .at br- PhilI~. Oceanside cottages, Santo it NCOt 4 STANOING BETWI
S OaRet LEJ u----y2 Jag a gain prices. Fresh stocks Phl Clara. aBox 435. Balboa. Phone and beautify concrete PA R t I
t., E -]1^2 Jaguar M01k VII Rote and Mogany fumltire. Panama 3- 1877. Cristobal 3-1673. PRAYERS To opl
o I.. c D, paa, -i 3- Sedon Showroom condition. W.11l Large assortment Chinese nbvel- Gramlich *- Santa Clara beach- U -OD 1 THE PLAC
i5 u.i '.' yr c ii* a-i'c -der trade.' Phone Albroc.k tis etc W. T. LUM. 61. 4th co Electr ic bo ith .
Tlihr, F1,do ui, c..nve a- 4ig- e e.i- r ox620 "a after 4 p. m. e T LU4 ,cottages Electric Ice boxes, g "-w ith
.64 D. 0s t ave, m O 6SAaLfEa-e--r lAve. Tl. 2-2446. stves, moderate rates. Telephone SNO W C EM
.. l fO ALE -19-49 Ford Tudor De Dr.WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. 6-441 Gambo. 4-567 Pedro Mi- W W A mm ) IV
FOR SALl -Ne, Hne se .. Lxe. 1.950 00 OIrs 572-D Cu- Estudiorie Street No. 140..Between guel. Decorative and durable
chnre All .,,,ochme.-nts ,i rud.ig ..du Heights. Tel. 83-3122 Call "K a nd "J" street. Phone 2- Furnished ho s On B h at S a terlf c atinBg ..
button h ole at', a.er.T Orne _tier 4 p m. 479. Panama.Fuished hs OBeach ata sk for deseript older
c ld ;."D" I-.-'.r L e't-. -. .- -- -_g9479HPanam. ..Clara. Phone Shrapnel. Balboa Ask for de'rrtiv rt de
Po ,-'. e, Pedro .1u FO SALE -'41 Buick Club Coupe OXRChmpon at Stud Do Ho- 1389, or see Caretaker there. anh tlo chart -
.u. ood candl:n. $200. Phone Pon- pilol. Via Porras No. 42. Tel. 3-
FOPR A'LE --Eperrng gce '.aor- ana 3-n1894. 2113. R REO. F. NOVEY
lera househor nd Lauodro 3-FOP SALE-Buick 1946. Excellent SPECIAL EXCURSIONSI! I M A. .
Sp e^ -r 'ic. .or,' .1.:rd-j.on. rodio. Tel. No. 2-4396 FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO 't i
--'.... -L---'--:- Ui6'.. William c.n Place. one wav $85. round trip $135 115 FOR RENT-Furnishd residence; 4
FOR SAbLE Ratrir, LO.e ear. day-limit'. $165. good one year; e rn 4bishedesidceSign and Mal t!
lo ed,, Por Glide excellent c- to LOS ANGELES, one way, $149. cold w ster ,slem; parlor porches,N OINhToRE
,. pe,.. ,0000. Crstobol 5 round trip 5252.35, 90 day- dlnlngroom kitchen, pantry, 2 OR OOM Lt It flash w rd
F-O LE F-i gid.ire ,rer. 6 14- 1 limit I. Panama Dispatch Service op- rooms, booths for servants, garages.' la h
F-, iLE rgid..re .ron.ser. 60 -- pose Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama etc. J. G. Duque Avenue, 32, La aso'bIoel
,..e Lentr crd.,oni. A2- 165:. Cresta. from 3 p. m. SrAMPLE Freedom-Gram abos
Fh.- ._.C,.WANTEDU
-I,', ----, .Special for Christmas and New Year. FOR RENT yournage of truth and ho
Miscerlan eous Poessoono l' lde Waove, t Apanm t ensla ved millions behind the [foli
"ta',lon de Belleza Ana." Marto Apartmentle
IKE FOR WANTED-Two bedroom urnshed building. Tel. 2-313. signature and those o ml
apartment in Bella Vista, starting -----Your signature and those or milui
ttontnued front, Page a dari J enir 'sthn onellano start DOGCLINIC HOSPITL, Dr. A. ALHAMIRA APAt S um n' rts 5 A. 'Americans ate needed now on I
2009 olter 5 p m Perez. Veterinary Surgeon, Via Two end five room furnished and
iter..ici mierophones after hiso "-- Porros No 42 Tel 3-2113. unfurnished apartments; private enr Shipp .1 vln at.ftreu, Gramssuchastbis. Milonsoftheah
ijitary Air Transport Constel- closed gardens.8061 10thStreet' We 4rat ore mea l w be sent to the Co
iataoi pulled up to the Marine FOR SALE The management of the ARRAZO- New Critobl. Telephone Colort or me wi be .en to the Co
Air er l at La Guardia Air-lAL NA Bar and Restaurant. is pleased 1386. n anythlg .phe ne .1 dominated people behind theIron C
port. then President-elec. de- Real Flslate to announce that through the de- FOR RENT:-Apartment 'in El Can- 22 f pledge of ourcommonhopefot a ft
dlared that his trip had been Fo- __eycei_ a_ mand of our lorge clientele we grelo. with oil modem,rnevenen-
an expedition" 1to rr a r k a FOR SALE: Very cheap in Sento will oiler day and night service. ces, three, bedroorv; maid room,
"starting place for a positive Clare Beech, two houses end ee beginning December 22nd. garage, three bathrooms. Phone 2- deavoring to.aise $4000,000 while
program' in his admInLstration smell in the bock. The I two rge 1456.Radio Free Ew
anei have one bedroom, lvinreom ,6.u used to support Radio Fr& Eut
Just because onside wants diningemm. n perch. kitc, FOR SALE FOR RENT E (TM Radio Fot, Asia.
peace in Koreahe said, will end bath room. It has 1.400 Sq.F R Eel1N rAOrMdAtdsk
not make peace. nts. Call Eddia Jaynes. Tel. 6233 MisceBuneonsB Roo s ra OURS These stations are playing an i
HOURS. i7 ais p inay in g-a
"We mst to ahead andhdo Fort Clayteer or -2855 Pneme. FOR SALE. AKC Registered parL FOR RENT :--Room, d1nngroom fur-td'i a-a. phcm
ide to want itce he said, In. Great Done dogs and one puppy. RENT-Room, romfur part in the fgh to wia the cod
hi extemperaneois appear- Bb Wine C o Dnronte, to married couple who
ahce, before releasing his pre- 1 d O a s O r FOR SALE: Ladies Winter Cowt. wonts peace ond quiet or two re-
parte statement. beautifully styled. Nearly new. Size sionsible persons. No. 12, 9th St., A
SeCermms e retu rned YOur Community Station st floor anama
enhower saide that, FOR SALE: 100g Shores Poname
Ssatisfac ory solution in Ko- H Coc Colo Stock. Tel. Curundu
rilltk can be speeded." 52-7. prAale I IS3;;
I now that it Will demand H .
tiomlon sense and care. Much FOR SALE ---Germ n She"herd. "
foresight and much patience," W*hee 100.000 Peple M~t office Tel. 3-079 Panama. a-
of said.ce Tel. 3-0079_P...&r SF
he mald. i sidence Piarque Lefev, coll 4.
1131t no more In Kor eathan Presents No 16
anywhere else in the world isa vF a....y:v.'
heajw ble peace beyond the -FOR SALE. Washing machine, -. .-W :i"-
power of free men to achieve wardrobe, piano, radio. Belgrave. WAS INGTON, Dec. 15 (UP) mAftLUMBER -.,m .
wn hey pursue i intelligent- Monday, December 15 Porque Lefevre Ave., No. I. House-Original copes of the Con-
wy hnd energetically."
He addd thatl waheM23 downstairs stitution and Declaration of In- 'L
He added that what he could M. dependence Were movedatthey -
report publicly *is naturally lim- 3:30-Music lor Monday PANAMA CANAL COMPANY weekend to a new and ImOb-' ap iton. n be
lted.,u" l :t 4:00--Music Without Words OFFERS MISCELLAEOUS ITEMS proof shrmite. i Tei ent apparent r
"Until I assume the office of 4:15--lngers on Parade i FOR SALE .. With pomp arnd an armed ail- $e d1tt ft, ery
the president it would be wrong 4:30-What's Your Favorite Sealed bids. for opening in public itar guard, the priceless docn-. Inditry
for me to pretend to sapak with| 5:15-Engllsh on the Air Aaen- 1l be received until IU-30 A. .' enth of freedom were carHed the Wage. fltb. p
offtie," he added. "Moreover, as 5:20-What's Your F av or it e Equipment Accessories and Parts lo- rom the old library of Cor s program o dea-
we all know, certain aspects of Contd) caed at the Bolbo Stoehouse. Ex- tothe a dern new National Ar- ..
battle problems cannot ever be 5:30-Newas t ess Sale Circular No. 29, Part 1. chives building. Mr. TrUmAn needs to
diasused publicly." 5:35-What's Your Fa orite may be obtained from the office of memb t t the .
Ae paid high tribute to the, ;contd) Superintendent of Storehouse al- There they finally took their bll tryie' i ti g t .l he. I
$Both Korean army. called 6:00-FAD8 AND FASHIONS boo, telephone 2-2777. rightful places at the thel of I w reported to hi Br
I'Ka they are called by 6:30-Freatone Hour all the treasured and vital nal .- them Jamer fT.- Jro 1
thilr comrades -- and rocks 6:45---Lowell Thomas tional documents. t J. Thh d. aantn dirg- timber of *h I t
th y are.' 7/:0--Take It From Here yBBC, (Contd) Six crates, each containing tor 0tfrganilatio ot' Nattonal Relations b or f lil
ihey are the fighting symbol1 7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS 6:0-FAD AND FASHIONS one page in a helluml-flUed CIO rriv-':the Ithi and now a'Mlos w4 *,l
of a people whose vitality andl REVIEW 6:30-awaii Calls frame, were carried I at 1: tea.Ir. rd from a t"It U. 8. Paper aid
re:.ilence are tributes to thel '7 -1-Here Comes Louis Jordan 6:45---Lowell Thomas don the step from the Of Sth acoulrtrl Burlington. NJ. .
SIt of freedom.' he said. 8-00-Evenina Salon 7:00-Ras A Laugh of Congess to an armored wtte Crut o
aLpenhowet said he hoped 8:45-UP. Commentary 7:30- RIBBONPORTS An honor guard in r alAffai dustry t bet to
believed that American 9:00-Jackl Smith Show VOA military dress, but with l.t ..rking board ppea to
Sen in Korea "shall never 9:15-Excursions in Science 7:45-Jam eIssin munonition, snapped w, bu t with etiC l to vit the n g pointe
h. itir the thought that they 9:30-Playhouse Favorites 8:00--Perrty om Showt Tenderly, each crate was d-0 1 r tsitelt tte ale in.
e tn be fighting a forgot. 10:00-The World at Your Win- 81-Fr- aring e Sow ted in the cr, onfh r at lt t tlr-da y two bi. l1
teo. sar." dow(BBCt .3 .an Master En t e r-I tresses to absorb shock of lny viit. A' full of actil- the aL.n tt i!a
I believe," he added, "that ll:00-The Owl's Nest tains bumps In the milra-le*nt g d ridet at beeni re b Local odds Oer
the aichitect.s o, aggression can Midnight--Sign Off. 8:45-U.P. CommentaryOfe down Pennsylvlnia Aef ME to b9 A e Ladby about ,

.-rAn conflIct elsewhere in 600-Si On Alarm Clock 0:5-Msical interlude motorcycle escroteswungi out0 ress
u, world. Club !0:30-Varfetv Bandbox FBBLc, ahead the proesd jrc aif soi o ht ho- trol
Owthat INs we think Kw-M tSalndch the armored e ar-withM a
'. .. believe that think Salon :00-Te Owl' Nesoldier lup IIn
enough, plan carefully 8:15-Mornlnh VarMeteis 12:00-Sign Off. head through the tPA I
Sand work tireless- 81:30-Musico Makers a- ing hebo t0 p bieen In
ugh, we can both save 8"45-Hawailan Harmonies tn th nt ..top
and secure peace.' 9:00-News EaplansatlEa e of Symbols: to the fro rand the, .;-.
Foster Dulles, secretary 9:15-Sacred Heart Program VOA-Voice of America The r Ar Bandl ad th e
e, wo o 9:30 I ee it BB(tI h Br"ad a s t I n, Feo dre and bugle -corpsf I
nhower on the re-10:00-NewsC orpd.1marchedhiin lehproee-mldn. -
described the jour- 410:05-Off the Record r IRDF-Radiodlffusion Francaise along with pmo. dl" t he ooifM"
iake-dcown cruise" to I 1:00-News ou ,avor.... lorall four military sates We.r e+
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ond, Mrs. Mary Hysantms.i
l 'Chapter Installation
he officers for 1953, of Co-
ra-lhapter, No,. Order of the
8Utern Star, will be installed
alta' special meeting, to be held.
A i lun Masonic Temple, ofn
ftday, at 8:00 p.m.
k i. Myrtle P. Hlughes will be
bulMofa as Worthy Matron to
qe6 Mrs. Lavinia Badders.
MWr. aorace DI. BSibop will be
eiftalled as Worthy Patron
to succeedd Frederic! Willough-

Woean's Auxiliary
-]-@ regular meeting of thf
Wwen'W Auxiliary of the Mar*
arlta Unin n. Church will be
held at 7:20 p.m. tomorrow at
thb Church. Hestesepi will be
Mrs. Harold Tinnin, Mrs. 0.
HNAoran and Mrs. W. Dixon.
Seach member Is reminded to
vmS a dollar gift to' exchange.


. INOlWa T)T -DAIL! NEWSPAPERS


Up And Down Broadicay


By JACK GAVER
R k R YORK, (UPi Dec. 131 try. He's had one or more songs
n. One Tin Pan Alley denizen on the. London popularity lists
.4a. had no cause to comrn- amoat from the time he began
) i bout har4 times sa far turning out hits.
i Merrill. He turns out a
ong and it's a hit. The famous Roxy movie thea-


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Mmufaqtw aSbcoe ddlWll-
Ham j. a011t the 3raln -:
tlon's annu4k convention in New.
York City.' 4t 4, SUgh f a'the
youngest mai to head the NAM
since 1932;, 'ahd .the ueeond-
-youngest si-le the association a
.6_ was towtd in 16 5.
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T1.I has been going on for
tIaWt three years now
"tver since I decided to letj
IrJ.IS- do the composing for
theophlticated Park Avenue
trade" Merrill explained. "I had
'my tlhg at that, ald I think I
turNd out some good things.
But-they-didn't sell. I like to eat
and, lve well." ,
Mierrill gets a new song at
the top of the popuarity h.ap:
about. every two months. re-
Oenter ne has been rr-n,-r-itrl
by Aeet Up" and "Walkin' to
Miourtl." The latter is his seC-I
ond I f number about a bird
the first Was "Sparrow Ini
The Treetop."
"I don't know. why I. go for
birds." he said. "Maybe Ishquld
see a psychoanalyst"."
MWrrlll is afo the: "dake" man.
]Is past hits hlirlde "If I
Knew You Were coming I've
Baked a Cake" aslad 'Candy and
akhe." His preoccd io n in this
feld 1is easily led; his
ith "W llkS ld -wi e Biery busi-
esis. I
Teoause of his tremen-
dous, success ast a' writer of.
-what atre called "tF elpongs,"
M -rnt Bhas badMfTy fers to
turn out the scorseo fb Broad-
way or movie musleaks.
"I almost made, the plunge
Wtth a Hollywood musical," he
sMd, "but now I'm. glad I turn-
ed it down. For the time being
at least, I'd rather write out
the songs that oath the popu-
lar fancy on their own the
I4ind that anyone can pick up
at first or second hearing and
No around whistling or singing.
Sure, some show tunes become
popular, but you can't always
depend on it: and your songs
m a score of that sort don't
have an Identity of their own.
Merrill has been lust as 4Don-
ular in Britain as in this court-


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Lenoir Rhyne, Previously

-Iinheaieu, Tastes 1st Loss
(By UNITED PRESS'
-o-
The Spaitansr of the Univer- London papers-also confused
sii.\ of Tampa are champions of the sportswriters.
the annual Cigar Bowl football Fifteen thousand watched a
game at Tampa after a 21-12 up- team from Germany beat a Brit-
set over previously unbeaten Le- ish-based Air Force squad, 26-7,
noit Rhyvne esterda.' and the most confusing-part was
Quarterback Bill MIinahan the unlimited substitution rule.
passed for two touchdowns as Britishers are used to soccer
the Spartanr scored twice in the where no substitutes are allowed
first period to stay ahead all the even in case of Injury.
wa". The London Sunday Pictorial
In the Southeastern Confer- reports: "Men in golden and red
en'e news the controversial rule helmets, like the crew of a space
peimittinp freshmen to play ship, rushed on and off the field
football will stay in effect an- whenever play stopped. The ball
otner year was like a flattened banana and
The conference presidents vot- almost impossible to see."
ed in favor of the rule at Sat- One paper carried a picture of
urday's annual meeting in At- a line smash and explained be-
lanta. The vote was 7-5 with neath the photo: "Play, a mix-
Mississippi State, Vanderoilt, ture of conjuring, sleight-of-
Florida. Tulane, Louisiana State. hand and human skittles, w V3
Mississippi and Auburn favoring being constantly stopped by four
extension. Those opposed were i referees and two measuring
Tennessee. Georgia, Kentucky, tapes. Seventy stalwart young
Alabama and Georgia Tech. men in crash helmets took turns
Overseas. yesterday's Ameri- at pushing each other's faces in-
can Air Force football game at to the turf."
London bewildered the specta- The London Graphic had this
tors and-according to today's to say: "At some secret signal
utterly ignoring the ball, the 22
men leaped at each other's
,..^an nnnn Iu throats, a whistle blew and tne
Miauin LoyIIUII debris was removed."
Another sportswriter appar-
N m n I entlv summed it up for all Brit-
NaUledIU U. I LUylish fans: "I went. I saw." nei
N wrote. "and I wish I under-

Net Star In U.S.


NEW YORK. Dec 15 'UP' -,
The blonde. California teen-ager
who won all the major women's'
tennis titles this year hr.% been,
named as the United States'
in' tber one player.
-..... fe United States Lawn Ten-
ni' s1socItion has ranked 18-
-verrld Maureen Connolly of
San bteno number one for the
second straight year. The nom- "
inr.ion Is subject to approval at
the annu:,l association meeting_
Inha 'e York next month, but,
l' c's no otustion on that score
-s Connoll', won the crown
at Whlb'l'don. Engl.'nd lastI,..
summer, 'hen followed by dc.-- L,. tb', .
r. o ino her Amefrican title at:t
Fe st I-Ils. Ned VYonr At ores-
'"e ":t le Nio" is conducting a
s ft l cq 'n 'roi In Austria-
~ a.is. Hart-the Coral Gables. .o .
Fl rida bli nette who lost to Miss
molly in tihe finals ;t Forest 4
Rhls--is ranked second She's
followed b% Shirley Fry' of Akron.
01-" ,3U," Brouh of Beverlv
ii. California is placed Worth .'
S '. Nancy, Kliner of Palm
EB nes. Cilifornla fifth.
r hers in the top 10 include
A .r -i Kantcr of Santa Monica.
(:, rorila, sixth, 'Pat Todd of LOW JINX Clarence Doser
La la. California.h P seventh: doesn't believe that a black cat,
B Jolla.ara Leis ofNewtonville crossing youur path splls bad
B.r eig : Altheh luck. The pj'ofessionui of the
Mr 'achusetts, eighth; AltheaPine Needlecs Club. Southern
'Git on of New York. ninth, and. Pines. N. C, only waited for
4u' -Eampson of San Marino. is ,one to cross the hline of
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- -- -

-Dentist Against Dentist


In Mike Moreno's Final.
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The finals of Mike Moreno's
"President's Tourney" at the
PanamA Golf Club will he an all-


dentist affair -with Dr. Earle
Gerrans tackling Dr. Herb Mit-
ten In the 36-hole test for the
honors.
The two teeth mechanics scor-
ed resQunding semifinal victories
over the. week end, Gerrans up-
setting Charlie MacMurray 3 and
2, and Mitten eliminating Rey
Valdes by the same score.
Mitten's victory could not be
scored as an upset but Valdes
had been shooting close to par
golf for weeks and was expected
to give long Herbie a real tussle.
Mitten, the lower handicap
'shooter down through the years,
will be the favorite over Gerrans
but Earle the stylist is a rugged


ODu V'neCI


IRISH UP-Bob O'Neil, Notre
Dame's fine defensive end, will
line up with the East against
the West in the Shrine Gqme
for Crippled Children at San
"Francisco's Kezar Stadium,
Dec. 27. (NEA)

Mutuel Dividens


Juan Franco


FIRST RACE
1-La Loba $15, $5, $3.20.
2-Amazonas $5.20, $4.
3-Don Jaime $4.40.
SECOND RACE
1-Don Joaquin $6.40, $4, $4.60.
2-Embustero $12.40, $26.
3-Con Valor II $6.
First Double: (La Loba-Don
Joaquin) $69.20.
THIRD RACE
1-Eloina $13.80. $280. $2.20.
2-Dlxiana $2.40, $2.20.
3-Marilu $2.20.
One-Two: (Eloina Dixiana)
$25.20.
FOURTH RACE
1-JuaT Huincho $7.40, $4.40,
2-Campesino $4, $5.20. ($4.40.
3-Consentlda $4,20.
I Quiniela: (Juan Huincho-Cam-
pesino) $21.
FIFTH RACE
1-Phlox $3.80, $2.60.
2-Chablis $4.
SIXTH RACE
I-The Bath Road' $4.80, $3.20.
2-Mr. Foot $4, $4.60. ($4.80.
3-Interlude $11.


SEVENTH RACE
1-Miss Fairfax $4, $2.60.
2-Visir $2.80.
Second Double: (The
Road-Miss Fairfax),$12.60.


Bath


EIGHTH RACE
1-Bartolo $25.60, $5. $4.
2-Nehuinco $2.60, $2.20.
3-Mosqueton $3.
Quinlela: (Bartolo-Nehuinco)
$21.60.
NINTH RACE
1-Amorio $6.80, $6.60.
2-Bedulno $10.40.
One-Two: -(Amorio-Bedulno)
$90.20.
TENTH RACE
1-Villarreal $5.20, $2.40.
2-Pregonero $2.60.

Tesis Decisions

Translto Kid


Colon's Pedro Tesis. 1281i,
punched out a unanimous ver-
dict over Panama's Transito Kid,
128' at the Panaman Gym be-
fore a fair sited croWd In the
ten-round feature last night.
Tesis piled up a big early lead .
which enabled him to win de-
spite the onslaught of the Kid
in the final three rounds. Teass
seemed wobbly at the finish.
The semifinal was halted at
2:05 In the third round when
Beau Jack 1i, l118/, was admin-
istering a severe beating to Fly-
weight Champ Baby Quiros, 113,
in a one-sided contest.
Melvin Bourne, 124, outrough-
ed Manuel Prescott, 120, to take
a four-round decision in the,
main preliminary.
The curtain raiser was won by
the ancient Sandy Lao, 105, over
San Bias 11, who did not appear
at the wei.rh-in ceremonies' but
who appeared to be-well'over 110
pounds.

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competitor and will have his
gang of backers.
Results:
First Flight
Earl Gerrans defeated Charles
MacMurray, 3-2. *
Herb Mitten downed Hector
Valdes, Jr, 3-2.


Second Flight
Rafael de Mena beat A.A. Bird,
6-5.
Agustin 'de Mena and Dave
Leonard tied J8 holes. Will play
another 18 today.
Finals will be played during
this week between:
First Flight
Earl Gerrans vs. Herb Mitten:
Second Flight
Rafiel de Mena vs. winner of
A. de Mena and Bird.


Celtics Bob Cousy More Than

Holds Own Against Cage Giants
By STEVE SNIDER
United Press Sports Writer
0-


NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP) -
Tall men dominate the game of
basketbaU but even in the pro
ranks there's room for a sensa-
tional exception like Bob Cousy
of the Boston Celtics.
The former Holy Cross ace. at
six feet, one inch, is just about
the handiest guy in the trade al-
though his foes can't decide
whether to rate him as a short
giant or a tall midget among the
skyscrapers In the National Bas-
ketball Association.
Cousy had his roughest eve-
ning of the season against the
New York Knickerbockers with
only 14 points on a recent night.
It appeared the Knicks finally
had his number but it developed
later he'd climbed out of a sick
bed to play 'the game.
Until that game, the Boston
wonder boy had been second in
the league in scoring, although
he'd played at least two fewer
games than all the other lead-
ers. His scoring average of 22.9
points per game was tops in the
league.


Cousy, furthermore, was sec-
ond In the all-important mat-
ter of assists, trailing only the
Incomparable Andy PhillIpp of
Fort Wayne.
This is old stuff for Bob. He
finished third in scoring a year
ago and was second in assists.
His total of field goals and as-
sists far surpassed that of any
other player in the pro ranks.
"I've learned to steer clear of
big fellows on the court," said
Cousy. "The big boys on our own
club handle them and usualUy I
play opposite a man only three
or four inches taller than I am."
Cousy learned the hard way It
doesn't pay to tangle with those
out-sized giants like six foot, 10-
inch George Mikan of the Min-
neapolis Lakers,
"I'll never forget the first time

Pacific Divisional
Softball League
Meeting Set T -doy
Team representatives f .,the
Pacific Divisional Softtall:oop
are scheduled. toe meeit.at8
p.m. today, at the La. S ok, all
Park, to maktelpal plans 0 the
1953 season.
The- fovowing- sixtee teams
have applied fac'meMbershqa In
the -working men's leafle which
is-ready to get under way, Jan.
14: Army Quartermaster, Army
OrdnAance, Army Sigal, Army
Transportation. Army Latundry,
Albrook Field PAD, Kobbg Sales
Store, Corozal Ideal Bread,. Navy
Ordnance,' Naval Supplyt P. C.
Motor Transportation, Eletrical
Division, Healtai Burp4, Central
Labor Office,. CommUtary,% and
Post Office." --


I tried"to fuss around Mikan,"
he said. "In my rookie year, I
bumped him a few times the
first game I played against the
Lakers and every time I'd do it,
he'd give me a. warning look. Fi-
nally, I guesa his patience ran
out. He stuck one of his elbows
in my stomach and I was
through for the night."
From their on, Bob decided
to stay away from those big
babies except for an oeasion-
al bal-stealing attempt when
he couldn't suffer any physical
damage.
Cousy is a Fancy-Dan, with a
deceptive behind-the-back drib-
bling trick and a "hesitation"
leap on a field goal attempt that
is almost impossible to guard a-
gailnt.


He's a New York product who
learned his basketball chiefly on
playgrounds in a suburban sec-
tion of the city. His high school
coach turned him down twice
because he was too small. His
size has been against him ever
since but he never really wor-
ried about it. Neither did his
coaches' when they discovezred
how often he can thread the
nets. -.


Cleveland Browns,

Clinch" AC Crown


In Pro Football


NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP) --
The Cleveland. Browns are
champions of the National
League's American Conference
again...but Atbey came In the
back door.
The Gbiatr wonyesterdat'i sIl-
nal game at New Y rk, 37-34...
bpt the Browns won the title be.-
cause Washington beat Philidel-
phisa 27-21. agd the'Eagles won,
they would hb*etled theBrtwns
and forced p layff, The win
leaves the G&ts fdfor secoeend
lace in ..the onferenwe with
hladelphia. IfJ's the seventh
divisional title It as pmnyears
for Coach 'tpal BiWR and. -his
Cleveland teaim., att* n four
conference .titles the All-A-
merica Lea"
1 Chuck C lr-y.sretunted from
the rjr *M.f$ -lead the Gi-
ants y h t i*0gff.ftu teuch-
down paSu.tBd sO e up ain-.
other, Ray t1eW 15-a` d field
goal in tb last'g g arter gave the
Giants tb 4t lfn of victory.
The teDoi .twice in the
first balgf,-*G$' arry Jag-
ate's r- .tb hAebdown run
and ~lg Uigi:f aId1$5-yard
field rf w ili gross. nThe
asntn, ,f '0.ts as Con-
erly..paM dit *toS Bill Strib-
ng, l. eW]yorkl In posi-
lou fat q~tt to score on a
A8 A& $c.pore Was tied'
4 -of r three
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Crusade For Freedom Sof i


Twinbill Reschedule Jrn4 i
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Information. has just been
received from the Crusade for
Freedom Committee of the
twinbill softball game which
was postponed due to unplay-
able condition of the field that
the new date haf been set for
Sunday Jan. 4 at the Balboa
Stadium.
Major George Herman, C.Z.,
CoL Saturnino Flores, Panama,
Comandante Ratl Arango,
Panam, and Capt Troup, C.Z.
state that they are all set to
do battle-on the field with top
players selected from their .or-
ganizations.
Both the Firemen and Po-
liee forces of the Canal Zone
and Panami are determined to
get the trophy for their re-
spective organizations which
was donated by Agendca Sears.
eods of the comaotteesf re-
fuse to gie* any'dettls : to
who will be the pmtchers. T"y.
prfer to keep gnu. as A o-
inattal mset omW th atte
ix.tl ime, 0- ..,A, -., .

Feb. *4, I#spla is p to Bld
fuactoin -which ja I-'be
postponed duq to the heavy 're-
cent rains.


Fastlich LeagueI,

Assigns. Players

After a brief workout'of pitch-
era and a short outfield work Ot
the Etecutive Comnitte -
Fastlich Teen-Age Lop*e a
signed the oflqwog players a
the teams -of the league: 4 .
CONEJO'- Ryter, -irWd"
Watson, Mllion, Jimmy IC'
Wally Mortmo Wilson, .Bl
Hummer, Barbler, Curtl
Palge .* .
Duran, Dufiee, Valeptne,
Fallenbawtng, McCek, ,u
Stoddard and
PALO
milton, Levy, _
Prust Chlaz. Qree'.
and blende "
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Hurpt, AQr
deoz Oaste,..aDobfL bc.
an Schwalm.*



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qu4f as to the alt-I
'PM members of
would also .like to have
the boys wkbo have rsteatWr.
couldn'tget put, toa be a.
fi eld dOscent to the Pptle
tie Lea te Park ttur
20 at 9 a.m. and all efa f
,e made to place them im
the. tams for the prteai..
tryouts priortothe
er e
will alsoq t -
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)UY Mf AY OLIS RMAN
Pay The Way "a.
NRA Is t a pan-
NEA So ao t to be da tI. Pz
SPurse the last name around
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.W4Illy. it Was .ebasketbag co
unInitiated, Is
Aks ddn'tfhave .e L ale Collgeof
lars Whichn mlia J.ot alteratlvse0nsatoM. Bef 2 s4
Soperatos e. th season started he am.
,.t. ~e beKe.*p. ed to an All-Ameriman tu
b a bit enmito selected by a magazine.
l ou Cafor. Aa a freshman last season,
d UC Ina 1 tylilke Tommy cale clpse to betnu
eles and Northwsterin the bet all-arondM college cag-
aSe hoee fine .tadia and er In .the country. ea. led La-
tl popUAtitn to draw from Salle to a National Invitation
can' compete our ament championship at
oen Michigan, with its capa- idonq. are Gtrde came
of 97,279 and the nearby Within a shade of ootln00 the
hw city of Detroit to dw -xplor -ito the 1953 ym-
tell below the 49, 0 DPic e iOad .
mk this year for the first time Juet -*aphliof. W mind ,
In ara with 390,A8. That de- you. Hss. a player witut at ,
the fac that Michigan. was wew eM, accorwa in c -
the running for a title tie un. th or hM-yid,&W a
Atll the lat day of the season of the poa
SMost folks in Columbus and Warrior,, whose only moan I
ttral. Ohio- look upon Ohio the three years he suat wait 0 PA 0
Mate as their school. It isn't, ac- before he can stgn s o. 3.T.1
IaUy, except in the sense that nt? Tom was t quarter A
I a stte university and as hf-mille c plo of L AT
nlh owned the taxpayers. Phidlplas a Lea1alle High B
Like Notre Dame Schooler .Shot? Me scored 7P
r never attended Ohio State or 233 points 4rai his high *
other college. But I couldn't aeh2 l career. e It up ,e
W ore al toan alma mater WIt h a 171 aveN In college
I do to'Ohio State. A lot o; competition laot year, Inclu \S
Cfmbus residents who never ag loton Hall. Size?
dd the university feel the He's six-feett and a solM
wa. 'To some degree it'20s po funds, I, to budge Un-
the feeling so have to- d -.he be
d Notre Dame foot bll. Jump? igabbed 36
at feeling Isn't always desir- rebounds i w Think?
We k Buckeye alum Hes betwee-, and A stt- .
aa-imetg s demand a voice in dent. AL-AMS
.., coachof determining "e's got Ta' oah '
y, WV#donoroften get, it but Kenny Loeffler, aueoinctly.
't kee us from de- "People don't generally rec- M
*d l .okntma e tto nize t, but H greatest abllt .
tflathe team. 'We freely is de ve play. le's LA LI
tit knowing the answers to one big guy who can play lit-,
iblSf2 ta tle guy. He has etres*bl
bfmetiea that's t bit embar-. tm guys. re has exrem
quick reactions for a big man._
a Isng .to the folks actually In To n tn doan a of.fr
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During' P the a month- from a mjor south.
eaainpaius a"S r goiem university t stay close to
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two men to gang up on Tom,"
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have got good men to help
him. Nora Grekin, J a ok Ie
Moore and Fred Thle were imn
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atx-six, or Eddie Altierl, sizx
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tarting five."
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tl a gret set shot, bqt l4a's
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Veeck Quietly Builds Btowns


While Talking Television Equity .
By HARRY GRAYSON- "
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SNEW YORK, Dec. 15 (NEA)- handed, but whips the ball c. :"
SVeeck's campaign for equity round well enough to play firs
in television receipts on the road base, and Is excited about the
ddn't precisely make a hit with new venture.
the more affluent American
League clubs. Kokos Out o; Army To Reead
Out Outfield
Neither did Sport Shirt Veeck'st ut
SJstlon that first-year men With Marty Marion to spel th
subject to draft at a $25,000 former, If necessary, the =ow
pIrmum, with a quarter of the have an excellent double
amount going to the athlete, combination in Hunter and
by Young. Veeck says ,
No Tie Veeck was only trying wo made his mark in
to even matters and share the Worth, Is the only player he h-
wealth, but, as he pointed out, ever obtained on whom he hAs
he Was treated like a Commu- had not one bad report.
Nevertheless the other Ameri- Jim Dyck Is not too mucr thirfl i
oan League owners left the baseman, but the man from MI
Phoenix meetings with more re- sourl is a big and strong right.
sped -than ever for the Veeck hand hitter. Clint Courtney is an
acumen. aggressive catcher who doeust
hurt at the plate.
While needling the other mag- hurt at the plate.
nates In connection with extra- Dick Kokos, only 24, comes oAt
Icurrcular 'activities, President of the Army to round out the *o
Vb.k Is quietly building the outfield with-Oroth and VU
BrWns for a run at the leaders. Wertz. For three years: the
While they fume about his dar- Browns could have made quit a
SJinig popositzons, he Is tMaking a deal for this left-hand pu -
that is beneficial to the St. Louis batted .298 in 71 games hB I ,n
Amnericans Such as the one that .261 the other two years dri .dl
broot Johnny Groth, Virgil which he had 23 and 18 home
and Hal White from the runs.
Save the Dodgers nearly Veeck shuffles them about so
Sfor Shortstop Gordon much that it's difficult to kep
Hunte r, the Texas tack of his pitchers, but he .
's most valuable player. fairly cetrain to get some pitch-
BIng somewhere, and Satchmo- .
Most Improved Since End Paige obviously intends to go on
Of Last Season forever. /
fl.6Wt/ They'll never rule Bill'Veeck
iBaspball men agree that the off for not trying or not taking
Little Brownies are the most Im- a flier.
proved of major league clubs -
saft@ the close of last season. Llt
With the consummation of the NOthing But The
.latest transaction with Detroit,
S* Veeek was bold enough to comrn- BeSt u M ial
pan-his side with the Indians, Beds FOr MusIl'
and, throwing out the pitching,
of course, wasn't altogether ST. LOUIS -
unfavorable. ST. LOUIS (NF, Atan
Veeck contends the Browns are Mualal had his best days" at
ient... new set everywhere except first the plate against the top
baae-and .Roy Sievers is making pitchers In the'NaUdtal League
sa progress at that post last season.
in a workouts in St.
.. l A hslll Muslal had an over-all am--
show Youbhg ievers was son average of .336, but against
the afi -o-the-year as a first division clubs he hit .351.
cne batting .306 in Stan the Man batted .73
S949. r 0 S0a Antonio in '51, against Philadelhila the beat
in the hope that he would regain pitching staff 6 the league.
1hs batting form against Texas The six-time batting champl-
League pitching, Slevers suffered on's heaviest slugging percent.
a shoulder separation making a age, .635, came at the expense
s leeThrM diving catch. of Brooklyn. His lowest mark,
An operation has mended the 307, was' against the Cubs. He -
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ScHICAG. Dees. 15 UP "a Letth ople know t truth and the country is safe" Abraham inCcln. .. oC t Ded; 1(UP) .-
falling meat prices today\ and i Stewardesses Assaiati on .saifl
bought ter.-jer porK roasts lul TWENTY-EIGH H TYEAR. PANAMA, R. P., MONDAT, DECEMBER 15, 195 ,2 F" V,C T3 today that the nation'lir nrst
as little as 29 cen's a pound. strike of stewardesseW my be
The price o; middle grade called this week it. no- agree-
beef also fell in many retail |' I I i ment is reached Wednesday
stores on the heels of sharp with Northwest Airlines.mn/n i
wholesalkepricertls.Miss---Mary-Alice !Cooo. inter-
Market experts saidmore good a nm p o y national president of the uion,
nes is expected in a fe_. said she will meet Wednesday
weeks when the seasonal run of with company officials tl 'n-
top grade corn-fea cattle begins neapolls In a "final attempt"
at the stockyards. I to settle a' lengthy wag' and
Housewives could thank one of hoUr dispute.
the heaviest runs o hogs onI II II Representatives of. the AFL
record for the sharp cut in Air Line Pilots Assoclation also
pork prices. will attend, she said.
I'NITED NATIONS. NY. Dec iurists advising Lie on the panel members and attorney- been dismissed on security Miss Koos said that if tin
Buyers at Chicapo's sprawling 1.1 iUP, Secretary-Gtn'eral nandling of "disloyal" Amric ira general under President Herbert rounds. The U.N. had officially agreement is reached, a strike
union stock yards said theiTryave Lie of the United Nat ons en-pioyes Issued amendments to Hoover, said in presenting the denied that security was the date will be announced short-
quality of the hogs coming to fi.ed a key Soviet employee u, the their report to cover foreign em- amendments: reason for the dismissal of the ly' afterward.
market never nifs been better.,v.1 rld organization after the ploies charged with subversion "The point is that in the re- fotr jnldentifled officials, but "We'll probably walk out a
This means succulent pork Urnittd States gove r n n' e n t The three international law- north the phrase 'disloyal to the it was believed that the hunt couple of days later," she said.
chops at painless prices. |rhirged him with "atte'nptedvetrs sought to clarify that for[- government of the United tor Communists And subver- The union has asked for $25 -
In recent weeks consumers.esn.onage." it was disclosed at'eign officials of the U.N. could Staites' is used as a crime corn- .ihes in the U.N. was being ex- monthly pay Increase. The pre-
have been able to buy top qual- the weekend b. j held responsible, as American mitted by citizens of other na- tended to non-Americans, sent starting salary is" $190 a
Ity pork at the lowest prices' The U.S. mission to the I N. 'citizens are, for actions consid- tions. It is apparent that no month. '
since World War IL announced that Nicolal Skvort- ered subversive byv the U.S. Briton or.Frenchman, for exam- It was made clear here that MIps Koos said the steward-
The lowest prices of 29 and sov, now in Moscow. had en- The jurists amended their ple, can be disloyal to the United the U.S. governmentt was free to esses also want the same rest
39 cents a pound for pork loins aeed in activities ceastituttnI report to specify that non- States because he does not owe take action against Bkvortuov if periods and flight maximums
have been used by retail chains' "a clear violation of Skvort- Americans could be held re- us allegiance, and the otll eo,- thqre was evidence of espionage on the line's orient division that
to lure customers, but the a- sov's status as rn interntion- sponsible for "espionage or olF who can be disloyal to the activities on him part.. The head- pilots.. 'ow get. At present, the
mount sold at these prices has: al civil servant." subversive activities against UsS. are citizens of the U.S who quarters agreement between the said, some girls must work 24
been "considerable" Industry t. spokesman for the Stato De- the host country (the' V.S.) owe us allegiance." U.S. and the U.N. does not bar hours straight.
sources said n.-tmnent in Washington said Formerly the report mention- This coincided with earlier re- Department of, Justice Investiga- She said the girls aso are
The American Meat Institute. that Lie dismissed Skvorts,." af- ed only 'disloyalty" to the U.S. ports that four Western Europ- tions In espionage case in the refusing to sweep out the planes
which represents most of the ter information was made vail-| William D. Mitchell. one of the ean employes at the U.N. had U.N. on landing at the Minneapolis
big packers, said wholesale meat ahle that the RUsisa.i of.'ial-- I tedihinal. The ,work should be
prices have been averaging a-lh'-d attempted to spy aa nst .done by groomers already-hired
bout 15 per cent below a year th,, US S... for such jobs, she aki.
ago "largely as a result of the T he U N. had no tmmi.diate The union also demands. a
production increases over the1conment on Skvortsov who had I being dlfferental," consist-
past year." the,'n a personal assistant o g, of either WCore money or
K.. rstantln Zinchenko. Soviet Sfhorter hoh rs on the faster
It was the old story of sup- sqstant-secretary-gene r I of' ,oeing flights.
ply and demand, and It was thp U.N in charge of the ens-A present the BSoin mxid-
a brekk for the family budget. five department of Seritv um hur.ta mon with
The Meat Institute said the council affairs. 10 a month ra for cselng
biggest decreases during the incoln White. the State De- klervice. Mig m sl aid the
past year have been in the osrtment Washington sZnoken- ,, wrs te m i G. c ut
power grades of beef. which in man, said that Lie fired Spvjrt- .. hohras or th fr utS
some cases are 35 per cent be- sav while he was on home leave d 25 cents.- an hSti,
low the levels of 1951. in Moscow last summer. .
Pork prices have ranged from Zinchenko is also in Mo,"ow.
7 to 19 per cent below those anr.d it was reliably reported that
of last year, the Institute sr d. he does not intend to return to
Meat Institute experts said his l-.Ih-level U.N. lob.
good grade beef at wholesale The announcement by tho U d
row is selling 12 to 15 cents re.ibssion here said that 'steps
under government price ceil- were taken" to deny Skvortsov
ngs. "Good" grade ranks be-a visa to re-enter the country .. ..
neath prime and choice. but White made it clear however
much of it Is from desirable that it was not necessary to re-
graln fed cat'l., fnise a visa because of Lie'.; ac-
til.n
The Federal Reserve Bank of White said also that Skyort-
Chicago said the lower prices sov's alleged espionae seti-d-
are largely the result of the tie, were carried on outside the li
iastonishing gains in the na- U.N. and did not involve the ENTOMOLOGY AWARD WINER~-wnners of olar io t 5 4- Enom AC ann
tion's cattle herds during the world organization In any way, ogy Award Program are show above admiring a tuttexr oio.n bel qgig t6 Nllswrth l. -,all U o .
last three years. Skvortsov. who earned between Christmas of Chandler, Ind., on.display in Chicago, Il..- From left to right are John M'aqk, O huge'
The Bank estimated that the X7 150 and S8000 annually. had Grove, Va.; John Wayman. Sowell. Canton,. Miss.; Thomas Bucci, North Soltuate, RJ. L.; Cilahtiu South e1
total cattle population by the worked at UN headaarters fcr ... Louise Christensen, Torrington, Wyo., and Maritha 1 l- Harri Hallismter, CalL vannalitr R i l. lbe
end of the year would hit 93.- thrre vears. Previously. he was --.the general bli1c
000.000. about 15,000,000 more stationed with the Soviet embris- Sine# 'c tionof"e
than in 1949. s", in Ottawa shortly after" the lion-dollar plant betanof tle
dliscoverv there of the 7uviet two years ~go, n.main hihwe
Local 900 GCEOC oe rthe U S. nor the U N She couldn't cry area havenn, tim dh e roJI
el.borated on the espionage ae m
Stewards; Chapter cheIees. lhBoundary gate
But a U.S. spokesman here and all other ron"1d1koft n.
Meet This Week sa that information concern- 4 year-old-M murderess Gets the site Wbe ini
tin Skvortsov was transmitted to,--.t blocked Wff wie b.ieadu
Lie by the mission In Septem- The AEC has not dliqlit
The stewards council of Bal- bpr of this year.- ThenacualPssno 11t .
hoc Chapter Local 900 GCF'OC- U.N. soutees saId that Skvuot-'w ao
Ct' will meet at the chanter's so,.was notified of his dismnissal C h a i F o r.os nufactus'forutot. icana
La Boca headquarters tonilht at b l tter in November. bombss fortoM aut..
8 The U.S. spokesman at U.N.C h ai rF or -P oi s o nin Hl"7,# ~ 5 1 .bomts *1)1 b A" Ab M
The regular meeting or the said stens to deny Skvort-ov a e dpnCwtM '1
r'halter is scheduled to meet return visa were taken last sum- iop6enhing 4Ie
Thursday at 8 p m. mer. But that it became unne- BATAVIA, O., Dec. 15 (UP)- Mrs. Dean patted her daugh- e Mrs. Dean a."gld, caltilat- "initial staffing o. t0 p
cessarv to refuse him the visa Mrs. Doviyle Dean, 54-year-old ter's.back but did not, change g kir.! Wll ., orghe put ing organization.
when Lie acted on basis of in- mother was found guilty today the cold, stony expressmd ea s rhe aena es kon four Wh en t .P t
formation given to him by the of'.first degree murder for poils- wore throughout the sax day oeaiai o-a ,t k ill him operation it .t
Department of Justice through oning her husband so she could trial. for hiS.I, at $27,-.a 7,000 pe
the- mission. get his $27,000 estate. "I cannot cry," she remarked 000. : .staff Almo:
The mission spokesman said Mrs. Dean showed no emotion to. some. Charleston, W. Va., Deom death war- now Aln
thnt he could add nothing to as a jury of seven men and friends who rushed to libe side. ralt .2s1id her in h ishWe.
White's announcement. f live women returnEd a guilty A psychologist testified In her will," said.
This was the second ease of verdict after delibera ing only behalf that Mrs. Death Iould ..I n a firm
Soviet espionLge in the U.N. 40 minutes. The verdict carries not cry. voice that s0 ,paSoned her
S Sonviet engineer Valentin Gu- a mandatory. death penalty, Dr. Robert Buckley, a UnIve- furme-b- t lt
S bilehev was exnelled from the Mrs. Dean was accused of kill- alty of Cincinnati p iolgl .. ..
country in 1949 on charges of Ing Hawkins Dean, 69, in Au- made hisl stateniet. wne he ; did a*said.
complicity in the spy ring in gust. testified at he found Mrs. im rlbd her mar-
which Judith Coplon. one-lime If electrocuted, Mrs. Dean Mrs. Dea sane. rl'ge l "the hap
'1g government girl. eas involved. would be the second woman to "I etanmined her after her Pt,"
kvortsov's case, ws the 4.ec- die in the state's electric chair arrest," he said. "I found She *Witnes1es l wh ASa.
onin inne Zihenkod s oftce Invoes- in Columbus. Mrs. Anna Marie is not tli e was .ad and had called ,TbIe
inO alleged suhversi e activities Hahn. of Cincinnati. was elec- mel and on the-. ye .'DWn was sick pntt a. "U

9eu commit inhest.N "o date for her execution was most btoke, hovwe deeeIn 4
Ieatng Communism in the U.N set The judge said he would verdict Ws read the p t
T thL N she had beer, a Commur.ist impose sentence later. Her at- from her chadr, pa1se li he Dban home camped
A a SAL IATION ARMY iP t1942 for about a year. t hc tourneys said they would. .. ek back.. e when a a s ad .th's funsral, reotu l
PEAnnuMal C ourISTMA IAT- 'a;tol the Senate Prole 's that ,he a new trial and if-dunie. 1 a deputy shpift ld hil t d that Mrs. *1 ppIli@J
Pos Offlbvinedrthatitvas*e andi The jury's yerdlct fell on a poisoned. he w I@Ou1Illi
Bo: "N" Balboa, si be disclo crowded and hushed courtroom a Irm t her IbuIesIno
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II led echsponage in the U "N.s King Sacco Mo., screamed and her lace ".ea .n.
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