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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00235
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00235
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RP Stores Closed Sunday B a Rush. Focals Replacing

Stor te time tIp decadeT mPna iity stores w ll
not ryem.p on the Sunda beote ChraItma to f a- 5 Tre S R Sl
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SPlbo Humbeto Fae, who it made his
d -In tl iiterefts of haimfalJ Yuletide spirit runi gh on .
,Ft udtlal reports this morn that. Faao had the Canal Zone this year., I sal1ap o'-
d be dredtb *Itb 3ht anW r oflpr Sr.flo- of Christmas trees can be looked
al bfi e who qbalmed tt are ned on as a barometer.
thepo.rtSdity to ,ue up on the .oDpinar and, With finmer to the local pule a y
make Z 0 ttle extra = 7ney to make up for i"te days and ear to the grond te Q
They had dnrn the ar. mluansaw Division ordered
S La er ed r ices in proet over more tree this year than It 0 -
the measure. 0l vea retail stpre em- bought last year,'when 200 were e d
played 0t a o ran pyate ra. left over. dat whn There should be no differences in aywhen
...n- Te-order would have. bee wn po 6rs replace U.S. citizens in Panama Canal Com
ble, a final check Indicated the was the opinion expressed today by visiting
extra 600 would take care of
what looked like a demand fOr Director of Organization R. J. Thomas.
I E 800 more trees than the Canal When asked his reaction, as an Anmerican citizeii
Zone public would buy last year. tie., new Canal Policy of replacingn
But yesterday the trees ran w C In policy of replacing U. S. citizens
n s e su I craters, Thomas stated he was concerned pin
wer taken car of, but sme maintaining democracy, whether it was in the
Moe r0J -stores lacked stock to make suse "' States, or Argentina, and said he would keep '
of filling all eu the fully prepd equal pay for equal work regardless of race or n i
S So 60 trees w bought ro a y.
A_ In I n IThen It wuas found that a num Thomas, the first national officer of the CIO to
e. of p I ckuP orders had been th Isthmus has just returned from a labor confe|
/ f r g inn n c u h'ltm one names not scratch- im.Aio de Janeiro. He said one of the most d.$
ST h -e.t a few trees for retail anditions which exists in the Canal Zone today,
a 9 -t" e. Canal couldn't put S it, is the question of discrimination both
m owlnthe exact reason and social
S10- mkIeI n9 (UhP) U st n thq.Pommu11t1, i ro arket in ChrLstmas
ted t to-Ltrk to see, n tree. n "If u opa e are qualified to do a job no
, bQoag'b I, ,t .fvr tr co thatr e i. d kee fthem from it," he told newsmen.
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r hand on an.y offensive y timake tipping ta Pan-
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Rut the bommanaers were tak- plI. lpated though
ps no chances and spread tahe at* r adding aMysrday In
S to watch outh 1Wa) Assembly.
.The pro lgmad egampatin of i ot come up for a per-
th Reds. buldki up for some runtty third reading when
067S. was 102i to the ap- the- .4saeably reconvenes In
pearance ee Jla after the Ohrltimas
overthAe d ba ase
It dropped u ite u the.- The bill provides that a 10
'It d p as ntepfte "un-i the "un- p svichange for
iat" t h wun- aawale will becollected from
R:A loudapakers along the cuaton in all restaurants, so-
ront f re ecordOks by Bing ftntains,beer gardens,
"aJ ndjee.n-'I an d similar estab-
w, MUEd4 and Jean- E41U an ar est
Ss8eu w rdmas." aif to the cities of Pan-
In^ Be-.. and capital cities in
Ml r t, dll es as well as cities
rph et ret wth re than 5,000 inhabl-
Traps Another tipwill be applied to all
Smade by customers
SThe aeby t t trap for r stay in the estab-
Sotori ial up a-ht- t The minimum tip has
Sglm in .Balboa MaglotravI tt-. t at five cents, -but no
mart teiday wben Max 1er- ite .charge will be made on
ea esY, e .37- -old Amofp- i.Cesu of less than 25, cents.
Vn, was given suspended -
fltence for driving a vehicle at Balboa Tides
'.. I p. h. alung tmt th-rotfa-
Swhere a sp.ea speed lmit Saturday, Dec. 20
15 m.bhr. is in tWern. pGH LOW
*,HeraeY w als otted $10 or 547 a. m. 12:06 p. m.
Jfilure to appear in nurt.; :- 2 p. m. ...........

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EB am he Canakl Company takes line Seylies hands are
bthe f tude of re-rating the tied when It comes to
fdA fH which :.S. citizens are decisions. Gaskfh praised,
being used. Thlpnas referred to Operation their union hM-
shmlar situations in the United getting from the Armeda
satess. recently, particularly from -
U.B. Army Caribbean.
He said "they have never got- apekking generally about
ten away with It there." conditions in the United StWWW
The "IO off led said one of Thomas stated, in his opllib
the iftneon he was visiting the they will "not lose any of
Isthmus was to make the peo- gains they have made during
pile li* toe InitetStates awsa past 20 years under the a W-
of leasa eoaditlon, publican administration, and A
He will present some of his did not foresee, in the imm
views to Gov. Seybold this after- ate future u merger between. rN
noon. AFL and the CIO. .a
oak*ln stated that 75 per cent
of theh el raters here are Pan- With regard to the labor motd
amna ,n. and "by law are en- ment in Latin America Thof
titkec to bold down Jobs which felt It needed a great deal*
are denied them." He added It help and education. 3.
was dlsktimlnatlnt to pay local During b labor conferen
rather less than Americans for the Orgaluacl6nt Regioma
toe U-i-politlons.' .ternclonat de T 1rauei
. Wi =regard to discrimination (ORIT) Thomas stated, a
Thooao said the U. S. govern- resolutlbn was passed c
ment Ito "Inulting the people ing Parn's labor movement
here.'! by adhering to certain has been .old that the anti-
policfe* labor movement promoted i
As Ba example. he mentioned r6n's group has definitely
the fas that he and several lo- Inroads throughout Lta Amae
cal-rSt labor officials had cof- lea. -
fee tage ler at El Panama this
mnmkin, and all felt very corn- However. Thoma s felt that
fortabe, the CIO Itself tried to eat .
"However," he said, "I learned or extend itself outside the i
this could never happen in the ed States, it would only inke
Canal lone where we couldn't the anti-U feeling.
go into-a US.-rate clubhouse to- The labor official has a ig
gether beds6use of fheir policy of schedule to meet during. a.
segregation". short stay on the Isthmus.
An antidote to discrimination, Beldes calling on the ftes-&
Thomas Telt, was education, dent of PanamnA. the GOm
pressure e.n the right groups and and other officials today, he
later, Iegislation, address a special meeting at tih/
In speaking of the strength of Mt. Hope Stadium tonihi ,P
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r RgiRv- major vein which drains blood was perfa tad at the university's tion was performed to clear
an op- from the brain and that its posil- research EMd edueMonal hospi- ve' Lee's trachea to assure
Rt separate tlan favored Rodney Dee. tal where the d caught par- an adequate oxygen supply.-
twin. They gave the vessel to him. ets. Mr. Mr. oyt Brodie For the first time in
wylie his levinn Roger Lee with inade- of Mast Mline. Ill., kept vigil voing lives the twins lay ah
fle hover- quate boud drainage. tnacuaw bet the day. noarate cribs under oxyge lM.
Dr. Brci Olbert. head of the Btodle. 35, visbly shaking and hospital's pediatrics ward.
al" today Univers ty of ;ll5o1i.. medical exhausted. akid he was too "un-- Onlv twice before in med
4" -Ad, and school's -department of neuroo strung" J Oa- y bow he felt about unnals has a head-sepasao
leal surgery, said that "It was thi outkme. been attempted on .thf
IFbWI ln- a question of putting all our eggs Q- dbq bo did not take part twins, and both pats' died
in one baket." in the gpktlon himself. con- nmeately. The previous tta
twins had "It wa a problem of choosing ducted elaborate briefing for we're 9ade in BraUi and At
of the the better basket" he M. "Now te rep on the fateful sur- ha.
00 at In it' A questlu f the suylvval of arv and aftermath. Oldbers said the doctors
.' the tlittL" sie aM e comas of the twins deteinmled that each i- di1
" : Otief emid that Roatr oe wer to be expected, following a separate brain under a-
didn't have much ane I live. ar olme surgery, of flesh and bloed veaset '
i.te "T duM wt her he w t sat- W.All the Advanced: knowledge iined than at the top.
Wt h- ,x "w d0%'" te d maOt,.t4 m the operation a tri- They the Dath
af *h aI T em e of odem medicine was which uRd entered eth ro
It e- 1aesM et. a e led to WerLee in an effort buit couM not find the roMi
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Lb N s What Do Yu Make of This .
MHAW 4onl ASIAL .D..om

S4 MAnise nAV. AvE NFW Yon ls N Y
Flp MONT" ADVANCED O 0 ByVictor Riesel
o, o, E ,,, ,VA, .... A 0o If you hadn't heard the results
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS IIWN COLUMN o 1therecent presidentialelec-
TrHI$IS YOUR FORUM --mTricans. oweverCOere lion. you'd never know the nha- I"...,...
ioun's labor leaders were on the
rM .Nor would you have been a-
S E AA O ware of it had you sat behind ,se-.
closcd doors of Sen. Robert A. aK gtl O OP.
The Mail Box is n open forum to readers of The Pename Amer" Tuft's office last Monday as hc p I': .
icon Letters are received gratefully end are handled in a wholly monfi- played host to George Meary,. -.
dntial manner. Lhe AFL's new president, who Is '.1 1 Y ,B
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't Bi ppa the n" giving full impact -to the t
meut day Lelttes are published on the order received phrase "labbr statesman." Ib i
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page lungth. The blunt truth nI that Georn.J o- h :i .
Identify at lente writers is held in strictest confidence. Meany ripped up some old cobl- H* d *2go tp d st o
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions webbed class struggle slogans be P..... 4A ,, -um.t*
slpressed in letters from readers like "slave labor in the U.S." frce e ;W t
a*nd decided th time hddce de reh et imehn cy ome
a to do something about real bar- wUaIt sAde~'.
JOB CHANCES gaining with labor's most so- r0;
phistleated-and most assailed trt
Sir.t ehn t d--critic. Meany let it be known
r.It ses that in the firing of the 29 Canal truck drivers the that he wanted to see Taft He D O -
cFiei point at stP;ke is whether these men will be given employ- aw him. And what happened
mcnt. 'This is very important, I grant. But the important issue in that friendly session an
Ixwhhcr e29 posit ons are again being taken irom American clitl- wers the question so many
rins and given o foreigners. have asked since election- M
,,l g' ,hat con labor expect from the co . a
in the pa1t 18 years I have seen every American behind the new Republican Administra-
counter In the commissaries replaced. Tnere is no longer any- t!on? V '
one h ho can Rive intelligent iniormLtion on materials, sizes of It can expect from Gen. El3s-
to.hine. and so on. -aihower precisely what it aanf
,ct from Taft. That was appar-
The same thing has happened in the clubhouse Where can nt after toe now famous recon- 4
you get any service that is given by an American' The Gatun cilinotlon on Morningside Heignt.s. m,
clubhouse has shown that this doesn't work. These foreigners do That day, the Republican can-
not have at background or experience that makes them satis- coidlte for the presidency proinis-
factory in a mnanagcrial capacity. d the senator he'd consult wiah i-14 n
So with the trend to replace Americans, with our young peo- him on labor matters. Eisenho w-
ple unable to secure positions, and the U.S. Army advertising for er promised too that he'd shoavu -
cciks and typists in the foreign br-cket. I think our Labor Un- taft his speech when it had been
ions had better accept the legal advice wnich has been offered written for delivery at the Sep-
by the AFL and start an investigation of this whole company. timber AFL convention. The ton"l. ""
These men draw, I understand, $12,000 a year for serving on general kept his promise.
te Boad anE doing all they can to raise every penny they can Taft was hardly enthubsicg .* r* .. a e
irom our pockets Instead of from the tolls. How much extra do Bat he kept'his criticism to him-A
they-get from the shipping companies? They are certainly not self. The general made his own.
workings i the good. or interests of the Americans. aeclaton then. as he has ever .t
' I suggest that our newly organized committee take steps to since the election, especially In .
get Lhe Labor Unions fighting with us It is the labor union in Ire selection of Martin Dlkio, - -
the foreign country which is pushing us out of our jobs. the Plumber's Union leader who
If everybody would write to Martin P Durkin, the new secre- V,.ah hurtled into international
tary of labor, and have such ox ilood of letters on this .subject niominence because his CabinetC UVe
rkach him that they can not be ignored, with the work of our avteolntment threatens to slit K efauver th
Unions the tide mignt turn, the behind the scenes Repuib!!- a y
c'an machine. By DOUGLAS LARSEN raw
American Jobs for Americans. However, there has never. bee e
anN insinuation that Taft's own .
Ltillwick-the U.S. Senate d- ion
WHY? would be invaded by Elsenhow- WASHINGTON- (NEA) The future role of son to whom to run at that time wtk41 enator ) fflee
r. Sen. Estes Kefauver (D., TOnn.) in the Democra-, Kefauver,- the man who symbolizes 4pe fight a wt c .
Sir: Apparently that section of the tic Party Is the subject, of almost as much-:s against corruption and crime,. b populhaf ...
ir 'Why does the Canl Zone Government prohibit the sale [runt is being held-by the'senhr culation as theTle which Senator Taft w LFlay. figure an* a good vote-getter.
of Panamanian Lottery tickets in the Canal Zone, but at the same nator from Ohio- and reports for the GOP.. Cliarenc ttelt, editor Of the-an "re-
time, permit the Saint Mary's Mission of Balboa, Canal Zone, to ar, that the general will not at- Within the party Kefauver is still a contro- dom & Union," writes: -- '
raffle a Plymouth automobile based on the drawing of the Pansa- Iipt to instruct his Congress- venial, figure. On the one hand lie is berated for .a. i. .. .
mnanian National Lottery? For your information the car IS dis- Innal leader on what new labor not being a politician's politician. Yet him boost- "The more -the (Demotrnfe) is into es 14 on .
played daily opposite the Ancon Post Office, on 4th of July Ave- ;aws should be passed this Con- ers'appear to be just9A nUmerous and .enthu- preted as.a revulsion as the t
ie, It is interesting to note raffles of a similar nature have Lres. static now as they werest-the peak of hLs pub- bosses and 'Trumanism, pattment ald t.t& atto yo f
ben permitted on the Canal Zone-from time to time based on the Therefore Taft's first conver- lic popularity just befOttet national conven- stand, out as the Dgemp p r 1U"9
NLational Lottery of Panama. actionn with the leader of over 9.- tiom. ed by all these forces. ifur- l l -opertn w pkrty depend restoration of con
2) Why does the Canal Zone Government refuse treatment r00 000 AFL members is the real their strengthened by itd enoe government
at Gorgas Hospital to American citizens residing in Panama who clue to what is going to happen A group of Kfetauver fans have tagged Gov- sulk whst.defeated, bu ly o .
nilt high officials from Panama and members of the diplomatic White H 6usi as a major political mistake, which. More ojective opini '
Sand their families to ceve treatmentthere? First off, it should be report- t claim, gauver in the No. fpot for fot the, taon in.: 1 m w-
For Fair Play. .. ed that the hour conf erence press imna"rlltion 1950. .
between Taft, Meany, Tomn e op an"htt'estlng argumentto S
I I CHRISTMAS GIFTS Shroyer (labor adviser to the i" tv s'" rt vho k a on"-i .'dzd .t
Sr Senator for the past six years They sy h tto
Sir: and now a Washinglton attor- house firmly -u lhed him the li s d wal
Is Happy Christmas ,Mall Box. Dec. 171 a man or a mouse? ney) and AFL counoml Albert s. n in al pat of the I lilng PresIdents Kef r l ai admits .M he home aI . omteo
Does he know there are exceptions to the rule about contribu- Woll was very friendly Indeed. Frafr Dealt And, thM' Supposed, to be fence-tendng t8ar d8a baitk Ell hto osLl.cA rwt w
tions and gifts in government offices) bad and e e4Aodst. .ful campalga tr bcl k him to' ntppWequ
It is only human. to show appreciation in some tangible man- They came in te afternoon, ba n time sonic of t...sic 6h.of penln.
ner for services rendered, especially when that service is 100 per .qnortly after a viOit paid the They claim that Stev6nsrnlt votes when he the citizens of'. b state ic the Beat,. o -tJt
eent plus. Ernator by the AFL's Dick Gray, permitted the President to'tak such an active undstadablelaw
However this should not be a daily practice, but on rare oc- construction trades chief. Meany, part in the campaign. And.Stevenson did say Second, it Is-claimed, Kefauver has aba0do W W AA *a tnat-mse
casions such as farewell, termination, and especially at the Christ- though head of the Federation several times right after the convention that he ed the role of crime buster which accounted
ims season. In so doing we are demonstrating some of the prin- which had coined the "slave 1.- would be complete boss of blh campaign. his tremend I pullty. By. .
ciples of the spirit of Christ. ,,r" description of the Taft- .I "the.speslal tt'Bme InvLesti -g ,'
I do agree, however, with paragraph (a) 1 of Comptroller's Hartley Act, came in a "spirit of They claims that Reptibme.ar probes into Fair. tee he mare took himself Ot Of the m s t any up whether or a r
Decision No. R.S. 1784. But as I said, there are exceptions to the ill cooperation." Deal activities will turn up with more cases of 'n' robbes ehm permanently.. .h'-oa.. ""
le. corruption and malfeasance in office than a-e His our"o R interest is the AtlanticlT Unio
Personally, Happy Christmas. I think you are a tightwad. It was obvious that he didn t ret been exposed, and that Stevenson's name wil .prld govermnpe plan.f ni f.t
Gratuity. want government Interference its be autonatla 17ly lipked to thgitmess even thoufX .:I? ... ea
these negotiations with Taft, for he had nothing to do with iL. This, It lissigued, doesn't hae quiteJ ras ps crut4
WHY NOT ASK THE US EMBASSY? Meany had not waited for Mar- s e a1PtMi' I a ue to win thaveuie P s'd
tin Durkin to set up this conTer- thus, the argument rdins, at convention time" 0 u, or even to maintain .m Int e s es pub, fa
Cristobal. C.Z. Ieice, In 1956 the Democrats will be running from the enut atus Ps a national filre- e tho a
Box Editor, Nor had Meany many specify Fair Deal and anyone connected with it. ator Kefauver's big needI. s aid, is a'l e tot a vo i-the
Nor had Meany manAnd aording tto his booster, the logical pet- ls Me just 5 hot as his crib e pgobe. s: tog ;ontoe
This is in regard to The Mail Box letter in The Panama Amer- suggestions. The AFL leaders And according to his booster, the logical p e just as ot as hiC lta 11 .
lMan Dec. 16, "Information Sought on Zonian's Status on out of wanted the Taft-Hartley Law -. .on in d e a -
State Fees at U.S. Universities.' tahnged so that it put equalI -"II
The answer would be appreciated by many parents employed weight on the employers as well Aid.no6
i the Canal Zone whose children were born here and consequent- us the unions. II..dto La
It cannot claim a resident state.for o.
STherefore, it would appear, especially that we now pay income Pur example, the act requires m
tax, our, children should have the privilege of attending the state or.lv union officials to file aft!- Bruce N W b
diversity in any State of their choice at the same tuition fee a davits attesting they are not "-" a.b
resident would pay. Communists. Meany wants em.-.. "--. FA
Perhaps the American Ambassador or the Governor of the nloyers to be so required, so that When- President Truman Wk office in iuallymight have enhanced his agtitre
.narna Canal would answer this question or intercede in our be- labor's patriotism is not solely upon the death of Prm veX, he
Another Parent "Short of Money." tie nation's law books. cutives ot all time. h e was '"th d.
He did not want the j] Wh he wal. hIpplyi ,.
There was other talk of over frightened of its reps this was te b
2') amendments which Taft. had Slowly, however, his .mas-ned .t hi poston.,
WE ARE? drawn up in 1949. WhIle the la- confidence mounted- as i ea heh "took t- t le h an '
bor leaders would go farther In to his new tole, He ben.,M'WOI his .. ,so much lug1 ....
We are happy in our work revamping the law-there vtS Noeertheless, in his first e wan Was te.Qraj-! ne '-
We our duties will not shirk n fundamental difference be- criticised man and he mu.- e felt kee SIW an-.;"e.

We ae duti inlol nwo shirk Meany salo that the law had last vestuesn of doubt at hlittI.LW'a
Who in a Greek ha left his dirk. AFL committee which had been can e so t o .

reWe are the boys in the Finance Bureau. surveying g these cases would meet But since it was -ufsen, the Pr not t'Moa ud th ci- okn
Wreanship of Matthew Woll took-pr and was -ive -ful -rsonal bmae ut ] alt. r..
RETIRED LOCAL RATE EIMPLOYES ELECT ..d vice-president e producinear the pt -- ,, -..,e m e

Chapter No. 38 of the National Association of Retired '-,dicated. as a poltcian -eh ad sl~est h b
Civilian Employes, Ancon, Canal Zone as a politician. f IM k' effe.. that -
*irector~of The Panama American. They agreed to meet agaha Mr. hlu n *Qn- ii w i .... Y

iecar Sir: o.1 Inn a mo.de.. .-4,

mandatory injunetien, which redh to je ... .
I have the honor of informing you and the public readers ended key strikes the el to read riht. Tt .t. th.
C your daily press that His Excellency Governor John S. Seybold shop ban so that a .hiring ball Thvse Bureau sand 1-.
was elected at our last meeting Honorary Presafent of our chapter. would be legal, and the easine v e Bur6"d n "
I also inform you that one of the Governor'0 objects at the of punishment of wildcat strik- rd.
greeting of the PanamA Canal Company board in Washington ere during the 60-day cooling- with thet oddly. he couwith that dlffett i'
recently was the furtherance of his Bill No. 319, which when ap- off perio with these matters With t dfert
roved will give a better pension to the retirees of the PanamA &... .
Janal and anamA Railroad to whom we owe their efforts and When Meany suggested Pit- .
sperifices in the feat of the construction of the Panami Canal chez conferences, Taft amiably
and the PanamA Railroad. said the door was always open, ''
No other human race would have carried through the cons- But it is likely that Wlter
If action of the Panama Railroad and the PanamA Canal, but the RFuther will-when he recovers
citizns of the Caribbean Islands. from his gall bladder operation 1'
S The Ecuadorean Railroad, which could not be constructed by -seek private talks or public
the Indians, was constructed by Jamaican skilled-labor workers. testimony. He conalders Taft his
Stilled workers and artisans of Jamaica constructed the Patfl- ar l political Oelem But Reu-h r"O
a=4 Railroad in the year 1756. and skilled workers and artisans their is as shrewd a bargainer as
. Jamaica, Barbados, with a few others from the Latin Amer- rt..
% t countries and the Caribbean Islands. built the PanamA Ca-
m Under the heads of the various deDartment foremen of the And the day.of all or nothing
-it race. oan Taft-HarUtl was bver. Thatin
Respectfully, much you could Wtell from the
Luis A. Victor. President. election redaults.

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sadly scored up WpoDlits for
the' opponent. Ad trnorgt about
the matter.
Would you d htie same thlpg?
.ld you tink that Oihad
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Act, or Wuld you realize that
correct pW surely brings It[
hore? .
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It, h ,plays the hand correctly.
Scuth winS the opening trump
'a2d cashes both top clubs an.
offs a club. Duimmy Is then en'
fted' with a second round of
tunm ,and dummy's last club is
Et. East falls to follow suit,
t"~ ouent that West hbathe
.Ja.^0 I,' South. therefore dia-
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t is forced to win the last
elub and must then return a

Mai ar taOeNt.-tWetre. a t about the clubs.
turns fc-Bpt, admear..j- l 1- h thefourth club. the
P M e l u "0 1.V6 t be assured by a
It West return a 4lamond In- -B9.1loser" discard. And If
stead of a spade, declarer wlt, &WtM the fourth club, South
losetwo spadbut-nodliapd. .n r f.a back on his plays In
n father out South ea des and diamonds.
assahlfl be eomtrt: --
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at cas, to bae. aSoth mus ,
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HOLLYWOOD, iNEA' Ex-i nce "The Jack Dempsey. Story"
S' clively Yours: Another one of providing Palance plays the
IHollywood's rollicking. headline- oile .. Bob Hope picked Millfrd
'happy kids Sonny Tufts has Mitchell's Index finger Into a
straightened himself out and iracimre during a dance sequence ,
taken a bulldog grip on his ca- i.r "Here Come the Girls," then
ieer. r, n:oled Mitchell with. "It could
Back in Hollywood after a year have been worse. What if you d
and a half of movie and stage bren hit by Crosby's wallet?"
emoting in England and shudder -
* anp at memories of his giggle-
water daze, Sonny told me: Sam and Bela Spewack are
Tnm a quiet boy now living a.5aeing Jerome Cowan for the
ialthv life. I really can't ex- lea.4 in their new Broaddrty p ty
plain why I got so mixed up. It -a comedy about three convict s
was a conflict of circumstances'who escape from Devil's Island.
-partly personal. I was an tun i
happy character." ;
While overseas. Tuftq started cm t-y
in "The Gift Horse" for a Lon- Now comes the six-day won-
Son film company and toured der.
tt,e British Isles for 22 wee&:s ini
a play w ahich won him rittical Feature films for movie houses
bouquets. He returns to London turned out in one day less than a
m.eunwhile wxll concentrate on how that TV filnmsters have de-
movie and TV acting in Holly- veloped in shooting 24-minute
featurettes for the glass screens
at home.
M --"A Str Born" v i Inear' l1. The producers are Jack PlIP.-l
tle ese mbl.nce to the FredrI *I-r and Aubrey Wisberg. %
.-.ch -Jneti Oanr norii.,' ltamed im once before with **TI ,
S -,stead of thr h-rn pO a n lan From Planet X." and 3e
l ir "-n' "P p e ln\,bbw Ic irifntl", finishIng the first if a IS. .
r-or .K-nbt red arr inJohn Archerand Hil-.
i. Alter three mnnth, nf ,..pki,',I r Brooke. "Just a finish
telIilm production. Jonn Davis grandchildren
s' l'wailin "A Star I-; Worn .
Pj,,nqld Colman's set for ano her whisper around Hollywood --
t teleiilm r"The Man Who WnlK'ri tn1t the flickers will get bacg:
O, t on Himsrief fnr viewiniIter production outlay and a ti-
Jar 20 on F~nur-sr Pl .ho-r I, profit in the movie palace I|
Hnll, ood vne., enarh Will i':en board the clear-gravy trail: N
SDon-lri:on. fIther nf for'"r,1i r a killing on TV.
cnic star Ted Donaldson, ;.J- '
fereei a heart attvick
i .rilyn Monroe has a date to
SM4RT AT FOX nri't the wax in her first record-,
Snme with Ray Anthony around
They're smarting over at FoI t'-,e first of the year.
j About a di eat Clifton Webb onW ORLEA
cne of Milton Berles recent TV NEW ORLE
stanza *S.S. "MUSA
It will be a real switch on the *SS. "TOLT
Arual Academy Award situation *SE.S "CHIRI
if the parents of a movie star *'S.S. "AZTE(
win an Oscar. It could happen
gor Dale Eunson and Katherine H Ha
Albert, parents or Joan Evans.. ,D
for. their original story amnd
script of the new Bette Davis C NEW YORK
film. "The Star." t
Pi:nted reports of Clark GOr.- S.S. "JAMAI
blue's bow outat MGM after 'M- S.S. "CAPE
d'o His contract doesn't exnire' S.S. "TALAM
urtil 1955.. ."The Phantom S.S. "CAPE'
From Space" has a new switch
on science-fiction romance. An
visible hero who makes love Passenger a
IProlne Noreen Nash . Mar" Passengerlean
Martin. working in "Main Street New Orleans
to Roadway" in New York. is
conlidlne to Hollywood pals th .S. "CHIRI
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MIie'h prooaov never return tu
rnuvietown for another film. Her
xt Manhattan play will be
i :'tind Sir," opposite Charles Boy-
At's comedian Jan Murray's de-
"A wolf is a guv who handles
girla with cad gloves."
Negotiations between U-I and
the widow of John McCormacK
on a screen biography of the
late Irish-American tenor have
broken down Mrs. McCormatk
wanted the studio to use recorti-
Inits of her husband's voice in I
thp film U-I insisted on hiring
Einging star for the McCormack
J. ack Palance haS a trio of New
'ourk stock brokers ready to fin-

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T now on, rge "omnmin after
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help neutralize excess stomach ca.dtf
ease upset "full feeling" overnight!
-W'hen you uake, take Eno as a
speedy, gentle laxative. Caution: use
only as directed. Buy Eno today!
sour slomlch, gased
hearburn promptly.
2. LAXATIVE-quidc.
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whu neishne. TfM
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We wish to announce a aiw special round trip rat of -.a
$270.00 for passer on our twelve pasenhaer ships aln
weekly from Balboa to Los AngetlIsand/or San Franelos*.
returning from Los Angeles. tickets limited to fea'
months. effective September 15th to May th. ,'


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er Korea
solution" to theZoM stale-
mate. ,.., -.
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11st prop Id.cow they
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taem .t oa.$ott from hi
Oa aI..e chair- m
of the Joint Chiefs of si
:yt wiaospeed El-, an

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'Ad not repent pa
marks about.
tn.trip or t r
-war plan. But id
hands on what he said then.
while Republican -
n were "encourage. b
Ow er's meeting with Mac-
Ur; while diplomatic offl-
tenald plt riVately they- were
Fatly "relieved/'
dlnMsto ou sokesme n,
pgbently aWaltitg a' 'ue
w the Whate oa had. a
Iefl "'no -om6nFAt' n a tle
wednesday luteheon cenfel
nee at which Elsenhower a*t
s "old a ppected .,,cn
wander" d i ed the "peaIms.
bilty of peace In Korea
ad the wald" .
hlile RoPub an member
re pleased Wth results of the
(qting, .A )o" appeared rat
-o quil st,tr as Sen. Pa
Carran, -NIvada ..DemoAg.,
o suggested .%t *Elseho tr
tore- MacArthur as rat it
nmander. -**
tense Departmnt O fficlal
m-um- on tib meeting ap.-
tly fearing the polititcl
cusidna of anything l they
jt say.7

Week that if MacArthu.
d A pla for endingg the IaeX
pan war the department
ould like to see it. .. .....
3fficiala charged with carrt-
9 out diplomatic policy wert
IBt Wt&A iNnh~owern
1e, z tement after the meet-
gave no Indication MacAtr
ar had solde him on a sweep-
;oew Korqan plan which
L, broaden tht war. -.
y-bele any MacArthur
oposal would call "or some. ezr
nalon -of the flgbt.g, .A d are
are that' it w o4bt.fstoutly
many of ti tsna-
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nna.an congre en, V.-w.i a
Mu-tid unT k Av Mh f:JL*.L

luUUer maU aorea, wis .W .MBel;
away like snow on a hot stove
whether they uq -. amphibian,
airborne or frontal asadult,"

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Speolal services -Ua0f in
the ualetids. season will begin
or, Sunday at the Trinity Metho-
dilt fhureh,' Coloin.
.:Sunday morning service at
9:30 will be condud6ed by Rev.
Win-MX. Armstrg. The tanday
Sb will hold its Christmas
ses3" xlf $anta Claus at 3
p.m. AT'iit pJR. the tradition-
al CGhristmas candlelight service
will. be conducted by Rev. Arm-
strong Special-music will be ren-
dered by.the choir.
At Nbene ,r' Church. Rainbow
City. the 8 a.m. service also will
be conducted by. Rev. Armstrong
and the evening, service at 5:15
I) C. Ogllvle.
At .4 p.m, a service at Cativa
will! be led by A. A. Lovell.
Listeers to .tll weekly radio
DrqVanP e7otltwgship Hour" will
hra- itrat different hour on
.latiDb H3OW each Tubesday from
2 Wti :0. A special program of
Christmas music will be pre-
setnt&d.y Trinity Choir next
uIe1Wd0"n iht. .
a9 mornln service att
TArMijt will begin at 8:30 and at
.hetbuer the candlelight service
begfis a 5 a.m... both services to
be conducted by Rev. N. Pratt.

Our Saviour Church

B., m. Xmas Weik

Serves On Sunday
Christmp week services at the
Episcopal 1u.ch ot 0f-O aviour.:,
New Crtflasl are d as fol-
Sunday; lq Cpty in nton at
7:3& an.; .hurh scool; 9:015
a.mL.Lmoringr prayr an dser-
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They .nf a art r fs
Sto 'y es t n
than the .women wl e to
onl ai few things. .
*Tft&.%They like a great many
people. That means that a treat
many people like them and like
to include them when, planning.
an-outing or a party.
Pour: They keep their.,ward-
robes, whether large or small, in
order, so that they'never have to
stay home because they "haven't
a thing to wear."
Five: They aren't overly-ocrig-
cal of other people ot.vi.1their
way of.doing things.
plx: They don't tal ife or
themselves too seriously. Bo. tey
can uautIlly make an, atuatni
story. out of their trials th '
utlations Instead of bortstti.thef.
urday, St. John the EfLangellat,
holy o, nmunloi 7:30 a.
Sunday, Dec. 28, holy connv, -
nlon, 7:30 a.m.; church school,
9:15 aJn.; morning prayer and
sermon: 11 a.m. children's
Ctlistpas pageant: "The- COm-
ise of. Christ.' 7 p.m. Juhior
.plphianv Day, Tuesday. Jbn.

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URpp. tqnete told I- icats. All of um-long for a soldu. tfi* andet'a aiteb "C ih-
n r IMn New York that Mr. tion to this problem." tians Awake" and tradttnal
."..."Up service Dipl.a"t f.Dhilree. noted. Carols will be sung--Witf the se-
few ',r io lharstmu. Day. holy or0u-
ft thaflSuistra-. MaAtthur h bMsati ln a medltntion lnto
le-th'Mt; as to blame for I- any way. h f ateds ou s. Born..,.t@ T w.9? 10
he resent stode of elvl de- tJ the geans1' "elar a.m.; Friday., St. .Ipi' DaY,
ia*. Ne said he asked the solticr to the igelan ltail-. holy communion. 8,: an. Sat-

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Ietf CSays: Job Open
_.___ The Civilian Personnel Office,
Located In Bild 800, Albrook
wttt aa tales of their troubles APB, Is accepting applications
punob*ema. for the positions of A/C Sheet
S'Metal and Plastic Worker and
"'V9W : They do their work I Air Conditioning and Refrigera-
ealy -so that it isn't always tion 8 er v lce r. Applications
gig them or driving them. Should be made on SF-57 or 60,
y- c,. "Application for Federal Em-
Thev can make them- Ippyment,"' and be brought or
congenial in almost any m iled to the Civilian Personnel
Office. Albrok AFB."
SThey don't go in for a
b orld-wearv attitude. In-
are interested and gay
to take a chance. :,.
i'r.e, Tey are likely to make
tll effort toward turning
V a eitUintance into a friend
I0- dqn't just think "Tihe
owNs seem like an interesting
co I. I like to know them
ne They extend the first in- _

tSo4i Tn't just chance that
.rome women seem to get more
fuin t of living than others.
Theareo a ntmtber of good rea-
ions WH they do.

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choar-, laig quorErnma.ter i5'C
b') homermode cebc-x :uitabic for
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ber.:h tih e. ic.a:ier-hot plot6
c.:.mb.norcn Crotr:man Gem Cut-
tler Hu'e .7 7",1+ W.ioonOn
Ploce. Balboa T lephd5ne Bol4boa-
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IFOR SALE -W'Vst.rg'.ouse relriger-
'.. .2iQ cycle one 9ear .ld LaunL -
*TOma-1 %atVe r:fH6u' 60'-c\dC '
7U-VMWfrh5 old. ,Iouse 84..Q Ne> Cris-
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* Fd; SA -Ch;iieise Rug.9 x 4
two Tone blue, atbrit ~C 1

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-jnd New Mattre.. i70.00
*'iDouble' -43.00 jand $5500
ISingle Wardrobes' from r 2500,
SDressers 115 00. -Tabtle -rii'4
charS $30 bO Mohogony Dining
Table' a&d6 Choirs ,55 0 d Lvirig
SRoom .uie $50 09. .YouTh ?eds
complete -l.th i ew Mattreti e'40.-
0, 0 Melal Single Beds complete
a with New Moltrts E f*T>. W, Gp-
ronteed Rebuilt Gai Stoves '14
Sburiners,' 65 00 Also lrard New
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E Co;'le. and End Tabfes B r lh
ShMiorrOm ird,6to.oj- j tnY"pt W.b-t
'gains I New aqdL sed Furni'td.
Househoi Exchange. Ave.{pOan
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IArnd Colil Mogoon case
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j washing moachine. ,150 00 251
CVI*d. 1CU, It. All porceliOin Pile
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Carlton DIhg Store ,
10.059 Meli.nder Ave.-.Phone 255 Col6n

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Write Alcoholie Anonymous. Bel Clarao. .Box. 435, Balboo. Phone .SIOL?..i .<" ,', ,T-
FOR BETTE USED CARS 2033 Anco C. Z Ponma.. 1877, Crstobal 3-1673: 5:30--News (Age Aiie
Yowu uic k.Cr & herle Deal GRAND XMAS SALE: All t bar- Groch Santo Clr4 beach- COts
!"iSMOl & C.! o at. D PR ES Itm na f o toprotect. 540O- JEW (Ag$ 5 4 4-
.Your..e. gain prices. Fresh stocks Philippine C1ttagL. Et petric ice boxes. as and beautify concrete ,nt
95 h Rattan and mahogany furniture. stovs.' moderate rates. Telephone building o-Mull i ~atUrde -.'

F O R S A L E '-' b1-c 1k -lg ;S c t c i r E e w i t h ."id: 4 Le i Tlom
Glide I1 000 miles. Phone F.r- Large assortment Chinese novel 6-441 Gombea. 4-567 Pedrd Mi building ". SD-Rtie lfecord-hop
ama 3- 4169 ties etc W.'.T. LUM. 61, 4th e4 guel,.' ** with--- .o 64.--LOwell t 'opi ,
OR' SALE -- 95O0 BJJtc'lSedVre J ly A ve. T dl2-2446. F 7:00-The h i atA .' a
excellent condition, plastic :.r. CHRISTMAS Trees. OnaomenT, FOR RENT S W CE M 7:3O.
Scoyve.. .c.rpleCr. Dty, not pe, Lg it-t. LOwest prices n ton. Ca. De ratve a e
.O lAgu.a S A. -M Street waterproof coatings. :7 -ere C e lol erd"
SMOOT & PAREDES. S. A w,.,rpr.ef co 'tia "
SMOOT Buck PAREDES.S. A DO CLINIC HOSPITAL, Dr. E. A. FOR RENT. Luxuriovs residence Ask for descriptive fdldertB .$QXI .
*' "- B"-C .. rez' /eternar, Surgeor,. Via completely furnished, 4 bedrooms, arid Color Chart 'lyUfr'.h.d 4itAO '.
FOR SALE 19148 Plymouth De L,,e Po ros Nao 42. Tel 3-2113 studio room. two porches, maid GOF aoR L tSA .O '
Tudor Sedon, godq CoI,ticr., e -Q-quarters, now occupied by Chilec, G . NOVEY, INC. rodQ Stue -`.. ert. a
'oa B5* 381 or ,I Ahe ,rangemer.. of ,he ARRAIZO-l Embay, one block 'from American, S29 Cehlira ATve. .0Cbllg1 esb1 b 4.m0 c,..ICA
NA B and Resurnt______spleaed Embassy Office," $Z75 00 pei'T .. 3-040. .. ..IC
FOR BETTER USED CARS ,o announce that through the de- monh. Apply at Na 28, 39th S ; D -. S-
.. SMOOT f AREDES. -,ond.' ol cur large clientele e h.Apply t N. 8 th St f
'Your Buick & Chevrolet Dealer % a-,| otler dy and ndght service. R T OD Nl F 0. '
FO SALE--ew 1952 begnninu December 22nd ENT MODERN F NfTU
'. ml0' es sae over $200. V.'nt f, & New Year holiday s are Apnrtmen VIB nOU SHOW.oo : m.-
ro bui Vicroria Coco Solo S: -. here. F.-pr ihe best in covered bo\- SilpoI.w a .Mer t T,*i]TIr'D Dei -11.
FOR SALE- 1-951 Kasser, '4 -e.r l:n: blr eelEt .. all, large for ALIAMIIA. APA TMINTS -'"e e '
Sedan leather upholstery, W.- A ,hce cur rar.. al rol or-, bultohf A ,4-.!P, 'aP -wME
ures. perfect .meclioan.el endrron h leih, hennitch.ng Vi ,t Edificio unfuinlshiet op~rs pri te '" '-
u& not, cd "$t,5qeO ).O .' Lux Eat 34th St Apt. 106. clbsem.f;4r-,SOL ]O.iffStre.9 ^.IB aI"'
SMOOT & PAREDES. S.:A. DR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clin,d. New Cristo6b. l'Teephote Colon *Tel S.M A
B.,ck ChewPeret E:tud.anle Sreet 110. Between 1386.
FOR SALE--19-49 Ford 4 door P er- J and K Ltreet. Phone 2-3479
fe ..~anoton. E., o ...- .-- -- ..--.F...T TK REN Transportes Bater, S. A.
covers. duty paid, $1,200.00. HOLIDAY JUNGLE JIM JAUNTW Spi,-:-
SDOOT & PAREDES.- o-r, Dr Spon.ored by Hotel El WeIW upping, 'vin stoiags.
Buick Chevrolet PANAMA 3 lull days, Leave Fri- FOR RENT.-Furnished room with We pack and crate or move S li
fOR SALE -Do deb.i-up 3.-I .r, ay December 26, 7-30 A. M. Re- bogd to gentleman. Europeorin anythinll. 'Phone 2-2451, fi-oelta )t
rebut of hevvvo e'urn lae Sunday aofternoon De- Aerenann cooking. dusto Aroseri -' 2- 2fi62, Panimo ii*t 7Thbe aei
5cl a ofter 7 rp cbm cbr 28 Fishing through the n Avenue No 57.
Pearl I londs,. 'st.ng with the prl- I-OR RE ------on e' ,
f. -' r Chaco Indians.., pearing F'OR RENT:s--Col elen dlu
B EARS cr:odilei. lack light hunting. room o a decent person No. 7. P "
M ie A cruL,ng up the Sombu river aboard 48th. Street. Bella Visto. LID KALL2' 05-New Tune Ti... -t "
Your Buickc*frthe _ler El Panomo's Pescodora Bnng o0d Cr HIlRlrlR I 12 r30-Popular nM & .. .;
FOR SALE -Leovii us -nclothe', comfortable shoes, a nd Position Offered Un. A. Rab d- .. .. L.-on ..
mLst sel 1949 F Tudor De ON T F YOUR CAMERA (Pa .rpduat 1 1
Luxe Qts.72-D Curundu Hg .00 ach per Fshng Compny has opening 45-T D
&Tel, 833122 Call after 4 pn f ....ubs groups, capable bilingual young man 2 '..' -:00-Te EVOA.
11-3 .Cle4pt for Darien, young laay. -Must have hod Ia ; 1 '2:15,-A DateS ,
FOR SALE.-1949 English Ford. iP r.itservaliorns experience in handling correspon $2;-30-A.--r- et
cylrlders 2-doers. new point, ne l PAN- ence' in Sp4nish and English, .S' O
-ttires. da ry nofers, nd. $4p. ir payroll and some accounting au .
MOOT & PAREDES, furnisk excellent references fr .
Buick Cher "resh previous employers. Wlingness3:

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SFOR, ET opc status etc Initrl salary $12.0. a.
oE !. PON ooil No W'th C.hqncesz, fqr increTsq.. for,- :0 tage t a .h_ _.,___*tI e ...-
SYour 2,ck 6 9J -- -.--? Branch rght p.erson. P. O. Eix,264, .4. ...
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FORacSALE --Olds r ,.year "FOR SALE: Motorcycle .195.I TeROY WATSONkene .349U.eJn .o l
maduti aid good r 149 Triumph Speed twin. Excellent eT en 4 (VOA)
,r Btlbp.3095. on NMust sell. Can be seen l Naeional 43
-c- Bbp 3095. -" op- at house 714-D El Prado, Baiboo a0
PE NJ k ma or phone 2-2658. 0
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ont0 PLMOUTHS. PONTIAC949 and FOR SALE:--Used hires and tubes, leis would bave them the social
I C YEVROUETS o OLDSMOBILE all s zes, 5Ith, East Street oppo- r20 nd would be a onlasting gift.o i
SW E 1PAY CASH. P n PHONE 2 0118 t44e pn T l 5 strtngt Ja.D n. Mod y aIe a.
rr 3. 32 Panama... -." _FmR__tEtus.___c. rItinals n.dr yp$12
st No Hornett & Dunn.
b~cirson Pace, C01

S rigeroro.r -a c*s . It i if.' .. a.n. .L air conditioning unit wlh extra
Farrado ra --w 8 7.,Tel. L* (. frItrs .,$275.00. ;Tel. 8-419, Fdrt.
Panama -351). -, l A GuICk. .
t. F. FOR r ALE;- em pol.cepuppi
o utoma tic rdec. R .' 9th' Stret u p
i .BS K13) Sg1rby r FOR. S ,LE--Ugrghft piono. good coin-
W _*boma 3-0728- r r ditldn- olftPonobte. 342-B New
KW.j ox. Cristobal 3-291l er 4'p m.
SPort a. eF rc t B-ids will'b e reclhved in thet bf ce 'of
ST .I Ohe General Manager Co misorty
FVER' RAC V. a 0 D,,son, M. Hop anal Zone.

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Three Bed g Dng. untle 3 00 p m. Monday January
'*Mort Spc.u. Km-.heer' iaJs room F 'ALE -Foirbon: hcrzo en lhe wll be

Bed a L ir Di-9 9nbend lthe wll b
SPrche rd u hne 2- gasolie. kerosene engine. Opened un Pubslc. or -f u.nisf~
=TWO Porcher Ir. 1Gc-;eal Elecri,,r generpwa, OV. 60,000 pounds of Boqutte Coffee,
FOR SALE-Hu El il $6- a 12 V DC Wagner -.r 60 Dposal with ull particulars, may
500. $2 0 o.h PRemainrder $50 -,.-l| 2 HP i i Ideal monor' be C-b oaned in the ofrce of the
O on thr u ere r lei . Id al 4 T e gt ...ch of the G e Ne ao f t -
S00 1' HPm ot v & Sei'oce Director, Balboa
S3-108 Pim,; :ham bloc Make otier Box 57i Height orf t the General Mar-

h, cs i. ager p mmissar y Divisiona Mt.
-- H ope. Conal Zoned.
mar Foal FOR SALE: -Bolex H 16, Swltor
"n OaI NY UPI lens 1.5,' Wide angle, ,ons, 3 fele-
A e tha.. NY ph0tlens
things that International Jewelry
i under trouble A 'adjorining Chase Bank)
*...goosefin othe ------------
Select both. 6t Puppies.-Call Pedro Miguel 413.
her male escort F OR SALE:-Sbut, hBend lathe 9 'x
5 %25i fine. 36, barnes bend lathe II x 36.
Sdrill press I quick battery charg-
fWANTED:4Em er oni electric motor 1-6 to 1
class servant. E cef*V..k__.1I-2- HP. 25 cycle, sectional sofat,

Williamson Place Balboa. Tele.bn5 6A ,0587.
phone Balboa 239S a d- St. 2-4491, Ancon. C. Z.
muse= CHICAGO 'UP, That,,aoe
iar the road" is the moat dag-
gerous drink, according to RIb
IF v ert G. 9chinaj of the NatoR
';'' J#" I .- .... Safety'Council. itsfull efq
Many a big game hunter has I Isn't felt until the driver is won
failed to return because he dis- under wav In his auto. It ta~ila
a agreed %,Th omethlnjtrn4ftde, abetso m -60. tea for the avel.-
him., gre t age person's body to assimilate
..."the liquor in one drink.

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Bagasse Newdspjr.
HAVANA, Dec. 19 (Ua818--the
Cuban government'sr- n 1a41l
economy board has recoiumndrl-
ed construction of a mill i flba
to make newsprint from bii-
The board annbuneed4t,-ohn.
slders it practical arxOW _nI-
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the government lendT;tech aiel
and economic assaiatanea tO the
establishment" of 'such-atnill
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several years, aId-the
Bureau of Stadards of
United States has held news-
print can be maphfkctured from
bagasse of a 4uaity et4lb or
better than that now-in use.
The cost of bagasse newsprint,
the board added, would be equal
to-and in the future lower than
-newsprint made ,from wood
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offices in New-tork, d aWflbed
out a satisfactory proceu.
De ]a Rosa's Droces has had
successful tl atp' runs In the
United Stat ,p.0'w_ asasugiess-
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Paper produced at the' ):rty
Foundation Labo q u-
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BOSWELL-HARRINGTON Stevens, Treasurer- Mrs. R, M.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harrington,. of Akron, Ohio punce i on Christmas Baskets.
the engagement of their daughter, Shirley, to Mr. Gerld Bos- Gifts were ex c ha n g d, at
well, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boswell of the same eity. which time the identity of each
January 30 has been chosen as the date of the wedding. Sunshine Sister was disclosed.
Mr. and .Mrs. Harrington are former residents of Oristo- Indilidual corsages were given
hal, and Miss Harrington attended the Cristobal High School each lady.
through her Junior year. graduating In 1951 from Akron High Mrs. J. W. L. Limkemhan and
School. She is an employee of the Goodrich Tire and Rubber Mrs. PhlHp havener presented
Co. the flannelgraph story of. the
a-.--- Nativity.
Visitors for the occasion
Rev. and Mrs. Peterson Present The other members present .ere: ,rs. I. W. Me-ager, Mvrs.
The Caribbean Coll ec club were; Mrs. Arden Welch, Mrs.IA T. Marsh, Mrs. Peters. and
held its monthly General As-,Betty Lou Hudgins, Miss Mary the following members: Mrs.
semblv at the Red Cross Build-iJeanne Wiesen, Mrs. Ann Robe, B R. Goodhead, Mrs. T. 0. Cue-
ing Tuesday evening with Mrs Mrs. Doris Leeser, Mrs. Pat Mc- ter,,Mrs. Raymond Dixon, Mrs.
vestaI Moirls presiding i Mullen, Miss Nancy Ramsey. orls Coontz, Mrs.-\A. I. Camp-
Follo'Aing the business meet-, Miss Boyce Hawthurne. eil, Mrs. Dorothy Springer,
irng Mrs. raul 0. Petry. pro- C Mrs. A. N. Holgerson, Mrs. H.
gram chairman. in produced Emblem Club Christm Party C. Anderson. Mrs. John Crone
Reverend and Mrs. Mainert Pe-' Mrs. Helen Morrison was 1I and Mrs. E. F. McClelland.
person, who presented the fol- charge of the arrangements for
lowing unusual Christmas Car- the Christmas party held at Rabbi Wltkin Addresses
ols. Mrs. Peterson accompanied the Elks Club by the members Lrossroads Club
her husband who sang "Good of the Emblem Club. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Palumbo,
Chr!stian Men Rejoice," "Jesu, The following ladies enjoyed u-presidents of the Crossroads
Thou Dea Babe Divine. Comea. evening of canasta and pi- Club arranged an interesting
A'wass Headling." "What Ch omela nochle: Mrs. Margarita Ashton program for theif meeting
This," "sJesus Gentle Babe," Mrs. Dorothy LaCroix, Mr s. Tuesday night. He showed
"Carol of the Flowers," "The Alice Smith, Mrs. D. Cougher, slides o /,the Nativity, while
Little Jesus," "The Infant Je- Mrs. Jerry Celucci Mrs. Marie Mrs. Palumbo read the script.
susLttle JWhen Christ Was Born Mangona, Mrs. Shirley"' Crum- Rabli Nathan Witkin gave a
on Earth," and "Venite Adore- ley, Mrs. Agatha Wikran, Mrs. interesting talk on Present-Day
mu DEarthinum." Many differ- Dora Bell, Mrs. Selma Wainio, Palestine with a short summa-
ent countries of both hemis- Mrs. Mildred Droske, Mrs. Bil- ry of the history of the Jewish
spheres were represented in the lie Crump, Mrs. Jean Huld- people' .as it affected his topic.
elections were represented n the uist, Mrs. Virginia Russo, Mrs. Mrs. Roscoe Haiing accom-
..everend Peterson concluded Sara Fagerberg, Mrs Mile Rec- Patied the group for the sing-
the program by playing the cia, Mrs. Jeannette Cain, Mrs. ing of carols, which were led
opranime b the fayt- Catharine Trimble, Mrs. Ll- PY Mr, George M. Cockle
liar carols, which were- sung by were: Mrs. P. H. Havener and
the group. Prizes were won by M r s. Mrs. Chester Harrold,
Refreshments were served by Cougher, Mrs. Crumley, Mrs.
Mrs. Timothy Ladd, chairman, Wikran, Mrs. Droske and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan
and Miss Doris Millard, Mrs. Cain. Return From Santa Clara
rarlton Dameron, Mrs. Richard A small Christmas tree was Mr. and Mrs. David Kaplan,
Carter, Miss Marjorie Pric e, arranged at one end of the ef Coco Solo, have returned
Mrs. John Kernick, Mrs. John long buffet table and the gifts from a two weeks' vacation
Scheibler, Miss Frances Moo- were placed under It. spent as the guests of Mrs. J.
maw and Mrs. R T. Conley. J. Jackson at Santa Clara.
The egg-nog bowl was en- En Route To Eoead r e c-
circled with evergreens and Mrs. Sam Foreman and Miss Primary Department
led Christmas ornaments, and Janet Martin, with Sam, Jr.. of Party At Gatun
P clever Christmas tree, formed Gatun, left yesterday on the Mrs. Joseph Irving, Mrs. Fred
from a branch of a palm tree, Ragnhilda Brovig" for Guaya- Newhard, and Mrs. Lee Nash
,completed the table decora- qujl, Ecuador. whese they will are entertaining the -members
tlions. spend the Christmas Holidays of the Primary Department of
with their parents. the Gatun Union Chrebh 'Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Sparks Spending day School with a party in the
elldays at Margarita Legion Auxiliary dining hall of the Church
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sparks, Has Party In Gatas tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. All chll-
of Belleflower, California, ar- N. J. Oen, No. 3, American dren are reminded to attend.
rived Tuesday by plane to Legion Auxiliary, held a short

business' meeting Wednesday
cvening preceding their Christ-
mas party, with Mrs. Thomas
McGinn presiding.
The president circulated a
book which will be presented
tn the Cristobal High School
in memory of Major William
Hunt. a former Canal Zone boy,
and student at the High School
who was killed In Korea.
A ham was raffled and won
by Mrs. Frank Dunn, -. of New
Brunswick, N. J., who to visit-
ing at Fort Gulick,
The senior and junlot mnem-

SANTA ANNA. Tex. (UP '-Mis-
takes in spelling occur frequent-
ly in the names of Texas towns,
but this one probably has suffer-
ed most. Its fl4mids wanted to
name it for Santafta, a friendly
Indian chief, but the Post Officd
Department eroimously made It
Santa Anna, thus-commemorat.
ing a Mexican general infamous
for his deeds in the Texas-Mexi-
can Str le more than a cen-

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and mpny other
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TivoiU Crossing, Panami City

or amsingly renewd
In 3 out of 4 cames in done' IeIl
*haom ase Tm pumttingt up -
unneaeaaruy with the fupncoayl
caused pains, cramp. and weak, "no
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Fq IM tal .i i doctorLydab
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PaMe or Iu&ieu relef tra eabchdi.
tres I 3 out oft4 of the amsml
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spend the holidays with their
S son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
S and Mrs. Lee R. Sparks of Mar-
S garita.
' Chriltmas Party For
GAtun Children
The Gatun Civic Council will
give its annual Christmas par-
ty at the Gatun Gymnasium at
6:30 p.m. Monday, December 22.
All Gatun children from pre-
school to sixth grade are cor-
dially invited. The parents are
invitedd to come with their chil-

oers or tn" organization enjoy-
S. Huffsmn osateM For ed an exchange of gUts and
weority h y i refreshments.
The Beta Chapter of Beta
1gma' Phi Sororainmt .8M the Progressive Circle Guests of
home of the prmWent, MtM. Mrs. Wiseavage .I,
Kathleen Huffman at Coco So- Mrs. F. L. Wiscavage, of New
lo, for their Christmas arty. Crlatobal, was hostesm for a
Asfstiting with the refreshments :uncheon and the a n n u a 1
we: Mrs. Norma Lee De Vall, Christmas party for the pro-
MIfc Charles Judge, Mrs. Ed- gnssive Circle of the Cri rto.
wina Mereer, Mrs. Edith Klein. hal Union Church, Wednesday
Mrs. Carol esink and Mrs. During the business meeting
Marie Moscaritolo. the following officers were
Mrs. Moscaritolo gave the elected: Mrs. Norman Davison
cultural talk on 'The History president and Mrs. W. W. Pat-
of Dreas," 'whleh as followed on as vice-president, were re-
by a gift exchange elected, secretary- Mrs. Z. C.


Our Paris and Accessories Department
will be closed next Saturday December
20 Inventory.

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Panama City




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black hats, above, banded with a gded cogd. Each will also
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?ARIS. Dec. 19 (UP)-The >ere w -,a i'hpear ao
.rLh Ata. tic Treaty Organila- a. a A.n i, whi
on Council yesterday slashed Iesn.hwr BMkM Ifor and IW
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J .' tl be rcpl. ced . I
Sr <' .i n j:3 In Jan- in
S5 r s-1 t s eonle;ence INEW oMtt, Dec. 19 (UP)-- las,.ll
.0 s..- uilcn fider.-- 'e In "b rbe
? *' *' c 1 E e council to ..iracey bfieacoress- The
,,: .. .. .- . ,. *- .iv ts ".u.! coid .. In men ..al 'v after talking 1U- bo U t ut l
S. ..o..ei n his govezi .nt. with Preus dd elect KIlobower bi
S.. ini-teis of he 14 rions that a t federal sendlngl A dt d id h.
,, ",,";ed \" .". p..pd off $200,100000 from the must eforeConresst~~.' -L.
,r- v '*nrdl-"n" Lee DTr rock bottom base-building sidtrt resuctlons. At.A
Senu i n- rind ton Frank A. Hart,''n: Ed programm for 1953, eliminated 12 a the moan l ev. a tt i
;'t* r" d"-"' h11 of which wll be,'vsrd Horl-son Jr ; E.tw-V .T to 17 divisions planned for next : balance the budg4uO fr r
W ,t-. t'o" *,r'lment5 of B.O A.C 'iusum Mr Pnri Mrs N. R. Hut; .vear and reduced NATO air and ".rpeast'"the f t .
or'" *m P .i and ths -met 'hincon Pnd fou r ehild'n-r- Lul, "'ght accordingly. oper t between i oWr
.- h. e- tir'Pltionnl roast Trromi". T awrence Tnr.-nr A final 800-word communique and t at rdt
-Il v wt chtrntatpr "1v Npllp .TJohnsor announcing results of the meet- Rea J oeh W. Martin Jr. Pa ec to vpl ci
"-' ffin rich H ravv I v 'o a-i 'r. .Tooerh Wr--'"n- ing made It crystal clear the (-.'a) p-rospective s Peaes i rl U- but i t(
r., ,-.t-'oes and outtp#'r I o orv ," e Mr l (arlo. .T Kers meeting ended in a weak comr- f the new Housa acted asPl let -ad
p* sro'jt-. Chr i-tn'tii- "md ter- nd five pbtle-en. Mrr [e.* promise between a defense-- an for th congrealnl "fullest piOrt."
..,' wItth br:ndv h-tte'- nd h- itchell-u "rOnm Kn-liht minded United States and an l aUon. He served notlethat Lt. Oen.'Hesry, L. ars of
ep will b- followed ba minee qnv ^ptinhter- M-. 'n*9 Mrs Frs economy conscious Europe. O congress would slh *-the Rw eawerI. kem for
*l-|vi*t nao-teo t3.ts. rn L rnniict.- John r. Le'is- The cuts were ordered over. b t if it "run true to t dhe COtflYlais
.r -' d cnff'e Al' the "-' T.I-htp-."'s -m-. Mr.. 41. protestss by Gen. Matthew Truman tradition." r tot tee natioel '.ld
... *p s-o- -ly' e-Ao -n" P*" e'-* r fle r- Ridgway., supreme commander.. rtin, Rep. Cil gi A.,BS- H al-f I la.t in evuiai
"'... --- '.*-,--' **. ...*-...----, '.r... ,ho must upw tutn to the lWen- l .o (R-Ind.), rol" i .- -- h' ti lo
"" ..e- '-- "-' -..-nhower administration to bel0'Sorut leader, and las le t.aWW Mar r-
.*-- -- *'- *.. *---.-...... "' -opreof the.@rl plans. renda ,(R-Ill.) prospective l are needed.
S- .. .. ....... *. "ATO meeting, "as majority whip, conferred with r AAsk i t a it an fara e If
'" in the a rin" "tisehower. he Oe prt i the .* 'ad
,'e admitted the. Earlier the President elect lbt "c"* N lW0*
"-on for 19d3 of .aw state civil defense official cive c dtense., Lat-
... anid 6000 aircraft from nine states who ch s n e sad: .J
-*.,. -- -,ked and that next that President Tru~ii had "We w" not. elM the
*- .... ....,, -' e .' would be conren- only "lip service" to the positive aa effective pof of
S. ........... -. '; np maximum ef- *rn. te proa uWhit in ..
.. ;- ... .... ..... f, am the-oresent tore *The co leaders had Thih e1
--- .. .. .. -. r '.1.000 aircraft, lunch wither. lading Ii .-'
-* '. the emIhasis off a aeries of coferenoee tO well, of W former i-
',,\." 01 oiu. t a legil. 11at -0e 14o@m fe-.a" ,tor. ,Ii e.
. :ch odde- Athat and co-operatuln between'lee l- dent T go1 went "all ouW,rIn
,- .-. -- .... -. a*. ,.~ h .AIL. artnera "are more lative and eeekttvea branabie his tie CD program.
,r '....- "*'.*, .- '-o ,,-nt.- a. "4 tna" ever -onvinced that the of government. of Othe .
T*" T~e1 V oe.. -I* ll-" o. rourae theT have chosen Is the Asked If Ei enhow r talked "B'gnlf elt support," he told
a- large numbers of Brit.sh e,-Ith pnl Re. and, 'er' best way of protecting their free about cutti Mart .
-eiiles' wo: k on oil contracts L'" -, t-ef* society from direct or indirect sad, "Not diVec e adne :* dent t the Na-
%b- Persian Gulf area, B.O AC Ren. nd Mr.. R: 0l. TOall Cr Communlat attempts to over- take that u15. We have ot to tidnal Aiolatti ofai4te.dItvU
Is .-r arranginy some of its serve hter: Joh- T. Townshmnd- whelm itA ." r.. expendltresI'A" De"ta-e, .lidet.a
Ices f-om that part of the world Mr Pnd Ms. Walter VanV'et The 1953 goals for NATO "Remember." said Martin, The p which con .ftd
IV order to bringR assengers to lihq .ToT VanVl et Mrs. O)lve "this budget coming up is a Tru- with W. Siiowr Is the a sola-
L-n'lon in time for them to tYa- Ward Prnrel. p. Weahebsihpi h man budget-the last Rasp of an tion's tonal committee.
vp; to their homes In any part of oi-n 4ialerlte A. Wshhi rn- a *
tc -ritish Isles and prriveth're Trie-h r woton: DDr. dand MratW II
be .re Christmas Day. .. 11 P. WeI"ntiln and w6n rhil-
P'iotogwra'b e103 Ste'warless "w. M r. n Mrs. John- J J -
1:-. l isman. who files on B 0 WIp'-m. On two chfl4ren: and i
A.' 's Strato-rulser services a- 6Mr. and Mr. NI.olan Z rvos F
crass the Atlnrtte to New YO'rk
an- Montreal admires a white -*i *-* m m
turkey of the type which will be ,, ..
arreat g an the menutor-B.O play "45 dll s m m ml .- .. m mi
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?r for afour-da\ visit
i ,')al was shed-
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So. '. York with-144.
o o whom a Elore
r are c lle:e stu. en' re-
to the Ishmus to iendl
'7..ri'tnia, nnd New 'earl
with their familit
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L airtlett. Delegt. *t.o
.t firoim Alaska, and al
ei of the House Merchant,
-? anu -Fi-heries Committeel
n nn dlez Panama anal
'".* Memre.s of Congress,
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r r.r- Mp. John Adol b TOMORROW I S._ A
WUllam A. Altman; H d7on A anapa City David
Acley: M. and Mrs. Charles at,. Romqn''-

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l ulliO Pla y At Miami Beach Tomorrow

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MIAMI EACH. Dec. 19 (UP)-Willie Klein
and A I Broich, a pair of old time club professionals,
led the way yesterday in the upset of a pair of favor-
ed teams in the opening rounds of the Miami Beach
International Four Ball Golf Tournament.
ddd KLEIN BROSCH-Soor's Dic k Mayer of St. Petersburg
Klein nof Miami Bach and and Tommy Bolt of Maplewood.
Brnsch ni G.irden City. N Y N.J. registered the best golf of
tihumprd 1h hihl'' fatnred the day The\ fired a best-ball
team nf Sanm Snead and Jim Fer- of 62-13 strokes under par-but
rter 3 and 2 The 51-%ear-old had to go all the way to defeat
Klein %hr ,'Iuld Daielv remem- Earl, Christiansen of Miami and
ber hi last mai or -olf "'ictor.-- Gene Kithes of Philadelphia.
the 1936 Miami Open-piovided' I-up.
the turning point at the lllth
hole as no roll in a 25-foo: Klein and Brosch exhibiting a
putt faultless .hort game, played
Snpead ,,irn:mi-ent. ptepran Sneaa and Ferrier on even terms
from Whit Sulphur Spiins W for nine holes Klein put his
Va and Ferrier Chicace oro team 2-up with a birdie two at
from Australia ,,'oildn't find 13 And Brosch saved the lead
their touch nn The, reens and with a 25-foot. putt on 14 after
two-putired every one of tre 16' comnin out of the trap. Broach
holes pla'ped added a 15-footer on the 15th
The knocked-donn favorites hole for another birdie and car-
also in.'idled Peter Cnooer of ried the 3-up lead through the
White Plains NY and Claude 16th
Harmnn of MamaronecK N Y
tabbed the defending champions Other first round matches in-
for their 1950 virtorv at Miami eluded-
when thi% tournament %as lasr Bill Naryv f Los Angeles and
played Herman Barron of White Joe Kirkwood, Jr., Orossingers,
Plains and Glen Teal of Buffalo. N. Y defeated Steve Warga and
N Y teamed to beat Coooer and Leonard Ott, both of Miami,
Harmon 1-up on the 18th hole 2-up.

Three favored teams qur-
vived unexpected extra-hole
matches. Skin Alexander of St
Peter.hurz. Fla. and Carv Mid-
diecoff of Memphis. Tenn.,
eantured a 1-un victory from
Jprieon Bradley of Chiraro
and Jack Shields of Glen Ea-
rtes. Ill.. with par golf on the
20tlh hole.
Jimmv Dernaret. the flashy
Concord. N Y, pro clad in ink
slacks. sweater and blue shoes,
teamed with Jack Burke. Jr.. of
Houston. Tex to beat Art Wall
Jr.. of Pocono Manor. Pa.. and
Pete Fleming of St. Andrews, Ill.,
1-up at the 19th.

National Open champion Ju-
lius Boros of Mid Pines. N. C..
and Doug Ford of Harrison, N.Y..
also went to the 19th for a 1-up
victory over Henry Williams of
Pittsburgh and Milon Marusic of
Herkimer. N.Y.

Fred Haas if New Orleans and
Marty Furgol of Lemont, Ill. de-
feated Bob Hamilton of Evans-
ville. Ind., and E. J. Harrison of
Ardmore, Pa. 3 and 2.
Buddy Godwin and Lloyd Wad-
kins. both of Miami, defeated
Skee Riegel of Tujsa. Okla., and
Earl Stewart of Dallas, 4 and 2.
Max Evans of Detroit and Max
Faulkner of England defeated
Clyde Usina of West Palm Beach
and Sonny Rouse of Miami
Beach, 2 and 1.

Jimmy Clark of Laguna Beach,
Calif.., and Ed Oliver of Chicago.
defeated Wallv Ulrich of Austin.
Minn., and Walter Burkemo of
West Palm Beach, 1-up at 19th
Henry Picard of Cleveland and
Johnny Revolts of Evanston. Ill.
defeated John Palmer and Clay-
ton Heafner, both of Charlotte,
4 and 2.

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1st Race "F-2" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: S275.00-Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Double -
I-Tap Girl F. Rose 115
2-Cosa Linda G. Cruz 115
3-Don Mario 0. Castllo 115
4-Bagalefio 0. Chanis 115
5-Rosa B. B. Pulido 115
6-Con Valor II A. Mena 115
7-Eclipse V. CastUilo 115
8-Danublo Jose Rodriguez 115
2nd Race "B" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $350.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Double
1-Amazona J. Bravo 113
2-Don Jalme B. Aguirre 113
3-Winsaba B. Pulido 112
4-Dallda P. K. Flores 114

3rd Race "G' Natives 4., Fgs.
Purse: $250.00 Pool Closes 1:45
1-Villalba K. Flores 115
2-Piola E. Silvera 107
3-Marfil B. Aguirre 110
4-Ogly J. Cadogen 110
5--Araucano 0. Chanis 111
6-Miramar Josd Rodriguez 115
4th Race "F-2" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20
1-Mufieco V. Castillo 114
2-Rio Mar 0. Sanchez 112
3-Kon Tiki C. Kam 117x
4-Grito y Plata R. Guerra 117x
5-Volador 1 H. Waite 117x
6-White Fleet) B. Aguirre 120
7-Kaisan A. Rodriguez 120
8-Huascazo J. Cadogen 120
9-Enriqueta E. Campbell 109x

5th Race "B" Imported 7 Fgp.
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1-Rath. Light V. Castillo 118
2-Hartley Lass) V. Ortega 112
3-Main RoadP J. Bravo 120
4-Piropo II B. Aguirre 110
5-Chablls B. Pulldo 125
6-Coraggio E. Vasquez 114
6th Race "1-l" Imported-I Mile
Purse: $375.06 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Double
1-Curaca 0. Castillo 107
2-Jepperin J. Baeza, Jr. 120
3-Sun Cheer) H. Reyes 106x
4-Interludep A. Vasquez 114
5-Bartolo F. Rose 115
6---Miss Fairfax B. Aguirre 112
7-Pepsi Cola O0. Chanis 111
8---Paquesj J. Phillips 106
9-Mon Etolle A. Mena 107
10-Hechizo V. Castillo 120

7th Race "G" Imported-2-6, Fgs.
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double
I-Porter's Star) B. Pulido 112
2---Dofa Elelda) K. Flores 112
3-Canajaguai E. Corcho 112x
4-Scotch Chum 0. Chanis 114
5-Rosario V. Ortega 115
6-Apretador 0. Castmlo 109
7-Rinty V. Castillo 112
8th Race "1-2" Imported-7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1-Beach Sun E. Campbell 107x
2-Mosquet6n B. Aguirre 118
3-Pincel V. Castillo 120
4-La Chata A. Mena 107
5-Pinta E. Silver 106
6--Bien Hecho R. Guerra 101x
7-Cradle Song F. Rose 112
8-Picon Jose Rbdriguez 110
9-Callmedear J. Baeza, Jr. 106
9th Race "H' Imported--61 Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 5:15
1-The B. Road) V. Castillo 115
2-Pincelazo) H. Reyes 117x'
3-Astoria 0. Castillo 114
4--Mimo E. Vasquez 115
5-Hurlecano J. Bravo 118
6-Goylto E. Corcho 112x
7-Delhia B. Pulido 116
8--Corista E. Silvera 107
NOTE: Corista excluded from
10th Race "F" Imported-I 'Mile
Pulre: $500.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1-Charming Prince F. Rose 112
2--Prestlglo) B. Pulido 115

Nico1os Fans 15 For. New

Mark But Blues Lose 6-5
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(The Standings)
TEAMS- Won Lost Pet
Bombers (Cb.). 1. .1
Brownife (C), .. .
Bluebirds (OCi). .. 3 .4
Yankees'(CV. .. 1 2 .3
PainamA I (n u 7:30) :
Bluebirds (=*-I 0-0) vI.
Boers (Bolmon (0-6).
Browomi p, Bieblrds 5
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Third JC. Hoop

Tournament Gets

Underway Dec. 27

The Third Annual Junior Col-
lege Basketball Tournament will
get under way on Saturday, Dee.
this year. Aain It illbe an
eight-team affair, with teams
from the host school Junior Col.
lege. Balboa High, Cristobal
High, Albrook AFB, Navy Com-
munication Station, Athletic
Club, Universal Sports and Gib-.
raltar Life going after the title
and glory that goes with it.
Albrook Field, last year's win-
ners, will have another strong
team in the tournament, bat in
this respect they certainly won't
be alone. Not too much Is known
of the Navy team at present but
with at least two former colg
stars on the roster they won't be
a weak entry.
The three civilian teams from-
the Canal Zone will be the
strongest ever to her the Big
Event. It goes WV1 ut saying,
that the three scb teams will
be out to win with LAR they can
Action will get under way Sat-
urday afternoon at 2' o'clock in
the Balboa Gym when Albrook
and Navy Communicatiah Sta-
tion get things off to a rip-roar-
ing start. Following this game at
approximately 3:30 will come the
contest between CrlBtobal High
and Gibraltar Life.
The second section of the tdLr-
nament Will be played Saturda
night, with the other four ten
seeing action. At 6:45 Junia Co
lege and the Athletic Club wlff
play, with Balboa vs. Universal

will for
remainder tourney.

U.S.A. Clinches

Davis Cup Challenge
SYDNEY, Australla, Dee. 19
(UP)-The U.S. today elinheod
the challenge round for the
Davis Cut with a straight set
6-4, 6-3, b-2 double victory
over Italy giving them ua 3-06
No matter what baglM toSi
the two singles nteito-
morrow, the U.S. is autd of
meeting Australla ft n-e D-
vii Cup the final wk f this

3-Pavero) K. FWs 130
4---Lujoso V. QuW 113
5-Levadura E. Campbeal 10lx
6-terano B. Aguure 110
llth Race "C" Ntive. .9 PF
1-Elonla Z 10.V l&ORx
2-Gold. Bound P. O 110
3-Prot6n A. V 117z
4-CloPten) o 10
5-Calongo) 0. Baacilx 320

The Bdmbers tonight get an
opportunity to Am take sole
command In the on Panama
Pro League race when hey meet
the Bluebirds. at the PanamA
Rumberto tohi- Q nt for the
Smokers andJmaalanes for
the Beermen arv ,a probable
starting rle.
A triumph. fr the Bombers
il place e half-game a-
head of thi Braro. who are
now In a virtual tieofo.' first
ace with the oke. The
Bombers lead in percentage
points but have a lea wit and
one les defeat than .the 8od".
A homer In the.tenth'inning
last night gave the Brownies a
thrillIng 6-5 victory over the
Bluebird& Second baseman Ov
er Hardy dumped an Andr6 A..
lonso offering over the rightfield
fence for the. Winning tally in
the top of the extra frame.
Alonso had come to the rescue.
of Pete Nicolis in the ninth Ip-
ning when Nicolls blew up amnd
gave up three runs to-allow the
Brownies to tie the score 5-5.

dlfore weakening, Nieolls
struck out 15 batten to set a
new PanamA League record.
The previous mark was 13 set
by Pat Scanttbury in Febru-
ary of 1951.
Another Scantlebmry mark was
surpassed when Vibert Clark
came on in relief of Scantlebury,
to hurl two rimnless innings for
his first victory of this season
and 49th mince the Pro League
started operations. Pat and
Clark were. tied with 48 wins
each-the high mark in total
The box-score:
Spur Cola- AB R HPOA E
Peeples,f. 4 0 1 1 0 0
Lpe,.- . 3 0 0 0 6 1
Kellnan, c .. 2 1 0 8 1 0
Gladstone,rf. 4 1 1 3 0 0
Thorne, rf-lb 0 0 0 1 0 0
Grenald, .4 0 0 2 1 0
Hardy,2b .. 3 2 1. 2 2 0
H. Arth's, 3b-rf 4 1 2 1 2 0
Charles, lb-3b. 5 1 0 11 1 0
Smith;r ... 2 0 0 0 1 0
aB at . .1 0 0 0 0 0
Scan uy, p. 0 0 1 1 0
b. hu 1 0 0 0 0 0
. 1 0 0 0 1 0
Total . ..34 6 53016 1
Cemesoea- AA B S PO A E
Green, f. *2 1 0 0
Moore,. ., . 2 2 3 1
Parr .. n 0 3 0
ansf . .1 15 2 0

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Stolen BA
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Base onm B
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At Balboa (Gym

Tonight's game between their
Bulldogs and the Tigers wilt O W
a long way In the eventual. deo

league game for the Tigers, while
the Bulldogs will be playtig wahe
second such encounter. Junior for-U
varsity teams will take t the ta
hardwoods it 6:45 In the allbe
Gym, and the vanity tets will pr
match shots right after this pre- P
iminary game finishes. cha.
Coach Walter Mikulleh isn't over
certain of his complete a-t-t and
lineup and probably-won't ight P
up until game time. Gus Tron- ga, U 1
osa, his lone returning letter- therbW
man reinjuted his akm tI the Harbi
J. C. game earlier In the week told thi
ad lhe is a doubtful 'starter to- In
Aside from Troneosa, the Bull.-
dogp haVe Jim May, Tom David- Inc
-, and Everett Stacy to goin Pedro
th rent line, along with pivot (A
man Ronute Stover. Bay Nick- Ch 3
aher, will get the call at one Pa
gOP. spot, while Bob Rowley (AI
woeud be the likely speller for Hilar
the as Troneosa. -
m the. Atlantic side of the
ISithn s aoes the word t*at
he will havHe all expert-
enDet-qar mn the floor. Gene DRA~1
Ddler nd Bob Salter, 'up froeam "
J. V. will go the all at forwards Si'
with another J. V. recruit, Jim bA
oehembl -layin&g the pivot spot. dur
Isao IP loe. and veteran for
V m w1iryptmt well -be bringing
the fta down tUeWloow.
SupnnrthnlaUs i mup are fire-
0al Jobs I mt emi
and Bil Rtbe so, al boys who
can move themselves and the
ball with the best of them.
Rounding out to Tgers squad
are Dudley Smith. L Constan-
tine, and U.oolde 4awrpulo.
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SMcouglad,. Alabama "Crimson Tide' Sharpening

't. 9 ins o& Running GanForOratngeBow' IDat
y a W. GUNTER sa 4 will be at a disadvant- Suar Bowl and 6
worke O 1,' UnWlm re. bperto writer age against Syracuse because cotton Bowl for six wins, three
S.heetig By PII AD, B Dec. 9-g none' of his staff saw the losses and one tie.
ShTUCAOSA, Dec 19- Oranmen play this year. The Tuscalooan bt,
Wo c b" e a 'I"Alabamna's foot which y use Cah Floyd rampin backfield which piunt
s .g ?Who can I a 'kch has y in iore han c walder a Four ed 3,367 yards this year en tt
shower? s a g ave g in the except ground and through the
eyes abe atoitaeF in sharpening Its fierce muted Alabama n ts arback el Hobon e
19 (UP) attodayfor da game No. 30. Schwart gine Alabama drives with
4e ae tbacky ht aoind t" with Syraus here ai tyed thle eNov.. "war- passes and option lays
jabi.)...,a-'.a'baccayaed the Tide "d.ter- scrimx
i ii a 'mZan d!-a' Te Olhon Tide's. Oran l club" and ad his frequent o en
l i NM AdyWit ha e e Bowl engagement till be ts e Fas to outscore Ala- Bobbyn Marlowe all-uth
ilg rifle can be a befnc res t 11th New Year's Day appearance Conference piedriver who e
shooter. All I t aken Isyin to in history. No other football the school records this year
moj1 sake a rifle shoot. a quai In the nation Lc a w o grounds
.-_ -thmr SW re sht, a th ta Itemont c t ,l jfl action, however grun, gain
It the local clb has 'no at atement c oer. the aetionhowev beond Alabama's defense, which
n.oCalrlfeea .which os will.plo ...them for a week befreshaky at the start of the
11h bowl e next monthbowl game training s, Improved stead an
an;. me two-nch planks and a u t ow o opened l Tuesday. He said he ward the end of the year b
otwnhMaIn.Head Coach Harold (Red) msVrerned about the Syra- teams like Georgia Tech a,
bPhS o. of old telephone -.9 can. put .Drew.- whose 1952 quv4 earned pausing game and fears
atenone up. All the dol% need Is him, a two year coatrt,exten- e t, hrow am n ar Maryland to seven points e
bralgi pthe Den et ShooteS slob with a rdporteolralse inpa DAPat Stark.
b t thinks his team Is the '
ang e FebMaye 1a1, t pu bred for a super-acenrate wild- bet at Alabama since 1934 when
S eld be f ard cat. You cut, neck, and blow out the Tde defeated tanford in

range? aMab a'ft^ w^ry Iy aft^r Bwl
cases. You r own bl- t e Bowl. This outfit beat
will lend you hi'b turr and hunter lets u tape Y a malin ubonnents while losing only
s ith Flossybe ch eul'ui ntl to he you the d. three months for the
S. u -t Beechller.., ifs sao FOka, oc Oh a-cks, crows not setting up an nein oneOrX OVil be the second COMiami

B * I M A _Mnasger Casey with a Sack of h-9iltit 0SId 511d At this "1 jYu begin But who should caw Lwhen he saAlabamawhit Miami,21-7

s ".*er, O llprhI It.. E .Everybodv has fun in the tea* a day off for Christmas
i IuIeu -a. Casey figures it's Mo the, r .ms Y become a aeiaber of the bench rest game. veop your wife smdlite players will fly to Miami
tihs,. sa itj y r.wmlt ammd hanging around pool l untI t ular season in good
l eAald slumped, t butt- alf-past-oneevery condition. he said.
.. ..i ,-a In i. n] V condition. he said.
he, ne0. 'esL As i huck you're down in your shooting T. -ide's only other Or-
i,. tand he clred- a voUIr Ieg partner's cellar talking guns Bowl game was in Ion
Sce with his ear atge a0~n hn l-yaT u"tFil half-past-twol Any rifle it rolled over B oton
..at 1ea8 dtf. shooter can get in on the beach 37-2l. The team's bowl
authority tham 4".g ng rsL, ir ame. I did, and look what which extend back t 16 ToAve. Te .
XI uthor"ityUthena %ae e a l "0Q happened to me! includes six malehes In-1,.
SC gdoar a sunper-r chum- tribute by NEA Service) ose Bowl. two in the '
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US Demands

Czechs Fiee

Noel Field


WASHINGTON.a Dec 19 'UP "Let the people know the truth and the country ,I safe" Abraham Lincoln.
-The Urited State. '1is sent
Czecho.si)vakia a note demand- 1 ,
ing the Lilnilcala. release of TWENTY-EIGHIH YEAR. PANAMA, ReF., FRIDAY, DECEIMBER 19, 1952 FIVE CENTS
Noel Field and thiee 'menloers. ,.. _
of his family who disappeared,
behind ine lion Cuirain three
inS dentist: Congress Has Lost
"A State Department official
said the note, delivered in
Prague two weeks ago. sought
the release of Field, former o t O P nt g'
State Department employee; his
wife, ierta. his adopted
daughter, Mrs. Robert Wal-
lach, and Field's brother, Her-
man, a Cleveland. 0., archi-
Tilev disappeared one titerer NEW YORK, Dec. 19 -tUPI- Collier's magazine, Bush lev- "This blind poll negates the|
another in 1949 and had rot Congress has lost effective con- elled most of his criticism at review function i Congress,
been neard hom until Noel trol of tax money spent by the the organization of the top which is essential to protect
Field's name cropped uo in the armed forces for defense, scien- officers in the Army, Navy us against extravagance and
Slanskv purge trial in Czechs- tist Vannevar Bush said today, and Air Force. against the qatastjrphe of ren-
lovakia late last month Bush, chairman of the Car- But he called .also for closer during ourselves lwerless by.
During the trial Field was de- negle Institution of Washington congressional scrutiny of de economic collapse, Vbrought on
pict.?d as an "imperialist" spy and a top wartime civilian ad- fense appropriations, by diffusion of our effort as
and saboteur. Iviser to the military, said Con- "Congress has lost effective we attempt to define our-
The same man has been nam- gress must regain real control control of the way In which our selves."
ed bN witnesses before con- of the public purse "because tax money is spent for defense,"
gressional committees. inclao- our safety and our system of he wrote. Bush said there was only one
img ex-Communist Whittaker government demand it." way in which Congress could
Chambers. as a Red sympathizer.; In an article on "What's We make enormous expen- "regain intelligent control" of
The State Department offi- | Wrong at the Pentagon?" in ditures on the basis of superfi- military expenditures. .
cial said the U. S. note based cal examination, partly because
its demand for the return of in some instances technic:-1 "It can make certaist before
Field and his family on testi- T!lmadnAu TlireAate matters beyond the range of voting money that evlry ItMP:.
money at the Slansky trial and IlmdUUge 1IIT U latn) lay evaluation are involved and portant project and prograft
on references to, the Fields in partly because It has been con- involving large funds hat been
the Communist press of Czc- A ALAlld .ll sidered politically inexpedient carefully analyzed ana re-
choslovakia and Austria. 'u uAVilhu rUUliI to oppose any defense appro- commended by A comp e.t en .
The official said the State priation. professional group made up of
Department also Iasked Czechos- Ch ,- In Ar"f0ll men who approach the subject
lovakia to provide information S o IE V "The result has been that objectively and without special
on the reasons for the arrest of Congress votes the money for interests or prejudices, and not
the Americans. ATLANTA. Dec. 19 IUPi- vast programs without the merely put forward by enthie- "
The note further demanded Gov. Herman Talmadge said to- reality of control. siasts or protagonists," he adid. .
that a U. S. consular reoresen- day if the U. S. Supreme Court
tative be permitted to visit the outlaws segregation Georgia will
Fields. abolish public schools" and
The State Department pointed lease them to private opeAtors. P e t Rians S nd Chrit
out that two persons at the 'If segregation is ended." Tal- IPe oic an S- Christma
Prague ourge tri1ils testified as madge said. "we will change the
to the alleged espionage activi- Constitution to abolish public A
ties of Noel Field. schools and utilize money pre- P T
One was a state witness gently spent for education to Pr sentM en ONE-Jud In Army H
against the defendants named provide subsidies for children to Sa i above, noted Chlagoo
Davodsky who was described as attend private schools. 3ur a:t pride in the 10,000
a former official of the Cze- .a-- es has saved, by rec-
choslovak Internil Securitv Bu- The private schools actually Over 3,000 Christmas presents Responsibility for distributioh on ol etranged couples, dur.
reau. verl be our public schoolsleased from the people of Puerto Rico of gifts on the Isthmus fell to the Ing .h2 42 years on ath .
The other was Josef Svab. one er som e nominal sum such as to their countrymen in uniform Information Section, Headquar- Or gloei side o the pe-
of the accuember of the secret who can operate them inde- stationed in.the Canal Zone ar- terms United States Army Carb.- tuotthe relring jurist esti e
former member of the secret nto can orate them maintain rived on the Isthmus this week bean, and more specifically tO that I ha been his duty to ign.
The note also referred to ar- segregation. The State Depart- and will be distributed starting Capt. Gordon 0. Andrews, public 100,00I divorce derese during
tiles in the Vienna Commun- ment of Education would still be Monday. Information'officer. the'ame ly with
ist newspaper Volkstimme and maintained but its purpose Andrews worked closly with t
the official Czechoslovak would be to regulate private in- The shipment, which weighed Chaplain W. J. Reisa who had
die which disclosed for the stead of public schools." 11,500 pounds, is part of an over- received reports of Puerto Rina .. .
fint time that members of The governor said he may ask all collection of 50,000 poundsstrength from the varlous- post
the Field family had been the next session of the legisla- which will be delivered to Puer- chaplains.
prisoner behind the Iron Cur- ture which convenes Jan. 12 to to Rican personnel of the three Distribution to the approwxlma- '
taonedenact laws which would coCun- services in both Korea and theltely 2,500 Puerto Rican Army
Noel Field disappeared m teract any decision against se- Canal Zone by Christmas. troops on the Isthmus will be
terlously from the Prague hotel gregation. Units here will receive gifts on made on the following priority:
in May. 1949. hoel The Supreme Court heard the basis of Pueltto Rican ,(1) Army enlisted men; (2) Army
Three months later Herman arguments last week in several strength. Most of them will belwarrant officers: (3) 4rmy offi-
Field vanished lust as mysteri- cases seeking to declare segre- going to Fort kIobbe and Fortlcers; (4) Air Force and Navy *
ously at a time when he was nation unconstitutional even Clayton. personnel. As the gifts are in-
supposed to have been aboard wher, separate facilities are The gift campaign for the tended mainly for Army person-
a commercial plane flying frorr provided. The court's decision is Puerto R I c an soldiers abroad nel, this service has.. received
Warsaw to Prague in search of not expected until spring. how- started last October, and was priority in gift apportionment.
his brother. ever. headed from the start by Mrs. The gifts include maipy food-
At almost the same moment The last session of the Georgia Inds Mendoza de Mufioz Marin, stuffs for the Ohristm. season,
Herta Field. in Prague in search legislature wrote into the ap- wife of the Governor of Puerto but also shaving eIpment,
of her husband, also disappear- propriations bill a provision Rico. handkerchiefs, writing.,per and
of her husband. which would cut off state funds Organizations on the island, other Itrems.
Mrs. Wal'ach went to Berlin to anyv institution for whites uch as the Elks, Lions, Rotarians The packages are not address-
earlv in 1950 to investigate the Iwhich was forced to admit Ne- and the Ladles' Auxiliary of the ed to specific soldiers. 't.y were
fate of Noel Field and she too groes. 9 'd Cross. plus many individual sent simply, to Puerto lPic, ser-
vandished I Talmadge frequently has said .rties, responded enthusiastic-.vicemen, regardless of na.e or
van-s-l-'ed. "--- 'whites and Negroes will not at- ally to the call. Stevedores on the rank, a tribute of the Island's '
________ i___i___l__ Itend the f,ame schools a long docks loaded the gifts free ofjpeopld to their fighting men
,_ 1as I am governor of Geor ia." charge. overseas.

CIO Launches Court Battle


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Against Taft-Ha rtley


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BUFFALO, N Y. Dec. 19 (UP
- The CIO today launched th
first court fight io test th
constitutAonality of the Taft
Hartley Act's 80-day no-strik
provision, backbone of the labo
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) The CIO's chief contention Edward N. Hickey, special a
e was that the no-strike provi- sistant to the U. 8. "attor
e sion mixed the duties of two general, said the labor or'$.
- cnnstitutionally-separated bran- nation's charge of iUntduotitv
e ches of the government the tionaUty is Invalid. .'
r executive and the judiciary. "Since 1947. at n t.=!0 bs
Under this national' emer- the constitutionally ,of, ti
agency 'provision, the President provision .been questioned,"
may ask courts to issue injunc- said.. .
tions barring strikes for 80-day, The CIO chose to challej
cooling-off periods wheu such constiutionality of the It e P
strikes would impair the na- vision in the law when Its .
tional health or safety. tornIy.s t before ,. Judj
The CIO contended in federal John 1oday t o arg
district court that -this no- agnalnt
strike provision has "three fa-day n
tal defects:" labor'
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11 "It Is absolutely unrelated motive- '" ."
to Judicial power." .. -
29 "This is not a step In any, PreMsdent 'TrtU
litigation. It is a step in the that. a waIkout
administrative executive pro- impaired *the
cess in which the federal courts because the
have traditionally refrained nickel, plate
from assisting Congress and the Items need4 1
Presidents." Conu ai
31 "The judiciary cannot be worker
.entrusted with. functions sub- Th% dy,- af-t
ject to supervision of other tI en he l
branches of government." ti e
_CIO general counsel Arthur t -.
S. Goldberg continued: tS.. I
"The 80-day injunction prov-
sions of the Taft-Hartley Adt
are unconstitutional because
;they confer on the courts dU-'
ties which are not judicial
are not connected with any cak led igl
or controversy.. t
I "The district courts are 1I
effect asked to play a tempor-
ary role not connected with
the adjudication of any case in i
the executive and dministe3a
tive procedure established by
Congress for certain typeo at
labor disputes."
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