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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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A Canal Zone labor group will file an injunction
against PanamdaCanal. Governor John S. Seybold and
Personnel Director Edward A. S ooln charging them with
violations of the Veterans Preference Act of 1944.
Reliable sources told TWe Panam6 American last
night that the injunction will be filed in Canal Zone Dis-
trict Court early this whek. a
The injunction isthe outgrowth of the Canal Com-
pany's new policy of replacing q S.-rate employes in semi-
skilled categories with local raters.
It wi.l mark the first time in the history of the Pan-
am6 Canet that a governor orother high official has peer
been tokep to court on an em ye relations probee, -
Other tArce. told The Pana- 'and added :at the co*usion
mL Am0 f t th e A n of the overhaul "it X hoped
Legion join the,- bte- a obe ale to plane'. a con-
Van :thr 6pcment pi of'red in wbr, suitable to
ir quU ad -Inter-
They..athe local Lei of- .~ blaihat berec-
dbe 'ats. be re
Sa a notmied the t at. will.. ot al-
ti^ thero q _dQ j -arer&p ble to find woric
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Two Flying aucer

By DREW PEARSON

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP).-It didn't get into
papers, but the Panama Canal Zone was completely my'
fied by two flying saupors which flew over the area for fi
hours and 36 minuteftNov. 25.
The Air Force actually sent up two B-26's, one B-17, a
one Navy patrol bomber to try to intercept the flying objec
but failed..
An official cable to Washington from the Panama4
nal Z6ne states that "two unidentified objects" were si
e, over the Canal Zone Nov. 25 from 6:06 p.m. to 11:42 p."


ft's Xmas-

You Can Tell

By Panama

Christpas Is butlng out all
over the. Canal ZOntM and Pa-
nama City.
Td .g .ad- every night un-

w.l out e buu gs, bedeck
thricta tr esa *n H light un


d IV#q-I a7 cha a in InThLuraltsya A- M s- -et a < gu B up
*eatta laap: the city with a festive air.

u* thWie Otio-is that il .ini reindeer atop the Civil
W At &y "06- "T dtfidmourages su- Aeronauties Building trailed by
TiCatal Peris 4 Ingto fire anY- a. Jovial St. Nick, and the
u tc r ody. In t e r to pro ftically frosted panes of
lon ite an, batonab employee glass, of the building create
ia ersa m be' out of a Inie realistic winter mood.
be nm t The hearing is held B Banta Claus Lane in Balboa
S15'e civil regionaloffices, t s all ready too, although the
.o,- ot that he tr.. h ir upis ab one-way limit is not yet im-
t a ruling Wrte pholdmes up with a posed on motorists who wish
6 ry p op- ", .ine to the aro to. this annual delightful
A .*Ore reny a jr of Appeauand Review in Wash- idsPly.
in work" f nI.f rIngton,- ptuer long process.
I "edthat l t- gi utl still think The Balboa Police Station
ethatv U4o ndht
..Og with those of otfO tr the Bmtile b he can take RKef into the act with its string
trua k drivers, %uld be fl- his eao the e civil er- f neon lights and Santa


Ie 1 their oAit O Wit have o be
e opp.rti.- t called, t tpo %y a to be re- ft am City Christmas
iby local raters n ite chim ey



to other r' 1' rded. Oaveneet t ee have to t kle in the. windows
grade or be arrfot ed frrall pIasem o on t 1e. Balb'aomes and anyone
irne Tor El Panama Hotel
r to the..$A fnStee.1s. given, it clearly outlined at
d raters to be thet s ot the firpayt bhten th a giant row of
eal raters Id two a h tae l averagthe of cl runninter from one end
m asitahe. h ve i tse haver toru t terrace to the othe.windows
aad Comp.er 4 be o ureed a A or many miles at sea
wr sai d SSe Ih 1 b ab le to make Out
f to he ,m *.4 e.tOe tit atWlc.g on the, Christmas lanamark. Hotel


current rateof the i re-after the the Miraflores Bridged are
rters tl gurd ne cue which want with a giant row of
en r as l.Dl sa loherruled d running from one end




erred to th up t courts cost th 8 t-size star greeting overy-
lock itoverhatl e Uplers more than f a T one pat the entrances at sea
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The sighting was made by radar attached to a.
aircraft guns.
The two flying saucers, or whatever they wer. 4.
joined over the. Canal Zone for 5 hours, t
ton estimated speed of 275 mph and maneuvering
1,000 ft. to 28,000 ft. in altitude.
Since no U.S. aircraft were supposed to be
the .vicinity at that time, the air defense coc
vfficientfy stirred up over the mysterious si1
three Air Force bombeaand one Navy patret.
to intercept the Ifyig sqouers.
S" ever, y meriw0;aoble to catch the
cts, whick made atisolutely no sound. .

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In- Laws Won't Evict Familb
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CHICAGO, Dec, 20 (UP) A
pretty blonde polio victim "hop.
ed and prayed" from her iron
lung today for a new home after
she was served with an eviction
order obtained' by her mother-
in-law.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Kitsmil-
ler, 27, whose arms and legs are
paralyzed, smiled and said she
was sure she would find a new
plack to.live.
But her mother, Mr& Hazel
Bond, 58, said her daughftr was
"worried.'
"She won't let on, but she is,"
Mrs. Bond said.
The mother-in-law, Mrs. Ma-
rion Kitsanller 50, obtained the
couNt order atefr charging that
the trwplyzed woman and her
parents, who live with her, fail-
ed to pay $65 a month rent. They
were given 90 days to get out.
Judge Clarence Tillema enter-
ed the order Thursday, saying he
had no alternative after an at-

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torney for the defendants
they had no defense. .._
The polo victim has.
suit for separate mai
from her husband. Jami.J,
on grounds he deserted
last September. -,A
He has filed a cross bill far u
vorce charging adultery,
she denies. _.
Mrs. Bond said her daughter
able to leave her iron lung.fl
only a few Z.ours a day. She
her daughter's husband has f
en her aMall sums of m,
from time to time, but
enough to pay the rent.
pe played woman ha.
son, James, 6, who also
be evicted.
Mrs. Bond said the
wanted to stay in the
neighborhood, if possible, for
sake of James' schooling.
Mrs. Bond said they saw
eviction trouble "coming"
her daughter's difficulties
her husband.
"We started last summeinI
look for a new place and
tet anywhere," she said. -
'But Mrs. Boend said neli'
bors and other rest
their suburb have calledwilt
offers to help them f 4la
pleae. o
"Everybody Is being wonige i
fill sh aid. d


h 1 I SELMA, Ala., Dec.20 P)- now ive m a small
IOld-time aviators Vatched the home owned by the mother-
"true beginning of the all-jet law. Mrs. Bond's husband,1V"
age" here today at the grdua- 62, who is partially blind'
tion of the last fighter pilot to works as an 'elevator operls
win his wings In a propeller- also lives there,

O Id Age "^w.' ^^-"ne^
driven aircraft. The pretty young mother i
"This is the end of an era and stricken with polio in Aug.
the true beginning of the all-jet 1951, and sgent 13 months-]k
age," said Maj. Both Lurie.pub- hospital.
lie information -offlcer at Craig is
With other expenses, such, as Air Force Base.
the costs Lf the rest home .ac- Lurie said in the future all iiu HCira iflntUa
commodations, the judge said fighter pilots will win their U Ef lo tnw w
Bisgrove would be getting some wings In jet aircraft. He said I
$3,000 a year, "less than half of fighter pilots will encounter the Kih
the estate's yearly Income." conventlonal-type planes only in WUy
training.
But the judge said he had "no Second Lt. Robert D. Williams, GUATEMALA. Dee. 20 (UP)
Inclination" to 'emove the guar- 22, of St. Paul. Minn., was the The Guatemalan national Rua
dian of the property, Mrs. Tripp. last member of the 528th basic ieruited today the recovery
Biagrove said he never asked single engine class, the body of Robert Watk*in
his niece for a cent because On hand for the occasion, rep- United Fruit Co. employ : f
"what she wanted she was al- resenting the old and the new. was killed in an a rplae. as
ways going to hold-I might just were Brig. Gen. frank Lahm, 62, oent when his plane fell t nt
as wel have talked to the chick- who teamed up with Orville :a off the coast of Last!ege,
esd." Wright 50 years ago to set an quisate.
He sid he had only worn two early endurance record, and They also said they
pairs of shoes during the last Capl. Fred C. Blese, a leading ted the plane. Watkins' t
five year ad that he was given U S. Jet ace, been disfigured by shalt
"cas ff e clothes. Lahm also is credited ,by the Up to now only the
Army with making the first W:itkins and Misa oleM i
Mrs. Tripp said all his prop- cross-country airplane *flight. tellunos have been reeov
eft ts "lfrt ad ctear" now, and Blesse, S made the com- it is believed that the
hu aB taeR t of about $7,000 mencement address. He to cred- Arthur Pol > a1 the-r--
watt tbethilltg his nadal me- ited with nine Mig-15 kills, three employee and MisNOrml -
cr payments w ha he did damaged and one propeller plane rca will be found In tha e,
na o w tWa lectng and destroyed during a seven-month the plane, which ewml be
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JARRIASE AND E RCE:



Conducted Tour Of 20th Century Inferno'
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That's One Description

SOf Six-Month Study

Of British Marital Laws
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By TOM A. CULLEN
LONDON, Dec. 20 (NEA) The Royal Commis-
sion on Marriage and Divorce has finished its "conduct-
Sed tour of the 20th Century Inferno."
That's the way one newspaper summed up the Royal
/ @' Commission's six-month inquiry into the divorce laws of
England and Scotland.
DR. MARIE STOPES: She saw It heard testimony from some 90 witnesses, studied
Ihe "biologic facts" of capability. :tters from over 2,000 individuals and read 250 briefs
|tiled by official and semi-official bodies.
W ooden Toys And now the commission, which was appointed by
W: he present government, is expected to recommend many

B ring Fame changes in present divorce procedure.
Testimony ranged from the given marriage a three-y ear
dour forebodings of Dr. Oeof- fair trial except in usual cases.
T Tey p. Fisher, Archbishop of Refusal without good cause to
S n o n Canterbury, who sees the break- Iave children is neither a
S 'iny Iown down of modern marriage every- ground for divorce nor annul-
where around him, to the "bio- ment.
-- logic facts"" of Dr. Marie C. A divorced person cannot
In the Christmas-like setting Stopes, who advocates lowever- marry the brother or sister of
of an Alpine village, natives of ing the legal marriage for girls his divorced spouse.
the tiny community of Quey- to 15. i-When a woman is bio- A husband can claim damag-
ras. France. for many years logically capable of bearing a cs from a co-respondent, but a
have turned out tiny wooden child she should be legally ca- wife is not allowed to collect
figures and houses as toys for able of marrying ... ") rom the "other woman."'
their children. Now, thanks to I Neither alcoholism nor drug-
the enterprise of a French One witness demanded that taking are grounds for divorce,
businessman who happened on wives should be given one-tenth nor is 'a long-term prison sen-
the small community, the toy- 'of their husband's pay, deducti- tence.
makers of Quehras have gained ble from his paycheck, as "ex- The on) irounda for di-
a measure of fame throughout pense" money. vorce recognized by British
France. where ITheir toys are law which was ronb derably
now sold in Ihe smartest shops. Another said husbands should law, which was considerably
During the long. snowbound be forgiven just one little Infi- broadened in 19witht7, a e:
winter evenings hole families delity. terry, desertion without cause
are engaged in turning out the Sume of the peculiarities of for three years immediately
wuoden figurines, which have British divorce law, which wit- preceding the petition, cruel-
brought a new measure of eco- izpn., wanted chan-ed are tIncurable Itnsanity and unrt
nomic security to the tiny corn- A divorce cannot be granted of theural husband
munity. until the married couple has y of the husband.
S i.Ninety per cent of the mar-
-ages dissolved in Britain dty
in grounds of adultery and de-
ertion.
The law requires adeq u a t e
,ruofs to back up these accusa-
ulons.
In a large number of divorce
.ses the husband Is forced d
against his will to commit cltdul-
tery or to pretend to do so
,; order to give his wife
gruonds.'
That was the claim of a Lon-
dJun University professor, who
tdded that, consequently both
partners lie and perjure them'-
selves ~In court. He startled the
Roya iCommisalon #lth his at--
tack upon the so-dglled "hotel
divorce."
Mrs. Eirene White, Socialist
member of Parliament, and
Sponsor: ot divorce reform legis-
.-ation, s ys that she has received
hundreds of letters from per-
bons who, facing to get a di-
voice from their mates, have
entered into illicit unions with
1Ihird parties.
"Some of them," Mrs. Whit
told the Comminslon, "are
bringing children into the world
rhe largest family I know of in
these circumstaraw is the eightC
children of a London bus driver."
Cruelty (wilful conduct caus-
ing danger to health, bodily or
.r mental) accounted for only 12


Though she's 80, Grandmother needs no glasses while painting.


Mother and Dad turn out the toys, while Baby watches.


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'tW'uMiez et-.,&Il homes are made by the ha hureds.


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DR. GEOFFREY FISHER: He
saw the breakdown of marriage.
per cent of the divorce peti-
tions filed in 1951.
One. .oplanati;: a reo-
t .'- .contest hot- ge
of ,crly, as it is Itely o im-
pair -his future matir nloal
prospects.
The Commission's hearing
did not close without one side-
swipe at the American wife.
Canon Hugh C. Warner, of the
Church of England, gave the
Royal Commission his version
cf married life in America:
"The modern American wife,"
the canon declared, "tends to
feel she must wake up early in
the morning to get her paint
and powder on before her hus-
band has awakened. Otherwise
she feels she may not have
him by the evening."

Preacher Cedited

With Saving Potato
UTICA, N. Y. (UP) A clear.
gyman named Chauncey Good-
rich is credited with making tne
p.'-tato the plentiful, cheap food
It is today in the United States.
Goodrich, according to New
York state agriculture historians,
was the one who imported a
healthy stock of spuds from
South America after blight ren-
dered the United States crop
worthless in the 1840's. .
Lacking farm -and 'eclehtir'lc
knowledge. tk *W clersngyAn
thought the bRMl.: which Was
brought to froa, Ire-
land. w "eaa "etative
reproduction, '. .e e-
ter'a, fdbgu% 'd vrp u nod-
rch thtoried tht plan 0o-
tatoes year after year from cut-
tinge or "eyes" weakened the
stock. ...
The historians say he appar-.
ently learned- that potatoe- s.
Urinated in South America
asked authorities there to se
him some in hopes of getting a
new strain. .
Goodrich received a bx' of'
spuds dug from the slopes.1O the
Andes that were not
ftc bearer bt as' paSey
uncontam t ated .- s .ed .."
Planteh iear his '
church rest s history.
He named the potato he har-
vested th "Rough Purple Ohili"
-which recogrnied as- the
groetr- i varpetiaddy"'o f the.
200 mem amIletilraeg potato.


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Accident D e sA

1Iy BEAT GLDRAt B
CHICAGO Dec. 20 (NBA)
The men whose business is safe- o
ty have borrowed a weapon '
from airplanes in a new at- ".
Lack on the nation's death toll
from auto accidents. It's the use
Lf seat safety belts.
A familiar device to air trav-
.iers, seat belts usually consist
of two-inch webbing and a
,,uckle which can be unfasten-
ed with. one hand in a second.
i They're worn loosely around
,the waist, with three or four
inchess of slack.
Widespread use of the belts
.n cars, says Robert A. Neal,
superintendent of Indiana state
r-olice, would bring a quick cut
n the death rate.
His conclusion is based on a '. .:
.urvey by Hoosier troopers who
have been instructed to note the
weight and position of crash
victims. They wear the belts
themselves.
Neal stresses that most per-
,-ons who wind up as aseldent
statistics are killed or Inured
by their own cars, after being
banged about inside the car or
thrown through a door or wind-
shield.
Hundreds of 'these victims
wouldd be saved, he says, if they
were held in their seats by safe- BELTBD BuILL models u
ty belts. osau b eSp olrfts. woula
Such beltswoul e e ed dab e w JI s
to the floor by heavy lts; .
seats have been known to tear of be thrown Into
` ee and pin the driver against o6h or windshield;- they
the dash- ard. 1t occupant from
one type has a restralinlng a ulted Mn ore w
;noulder harness as well ae a e ed doos o e io
aist blt.- c" M -Md they Meeo
There Is also a three-pasen- v a ly iF his selt ug
belt for beak-seat riders., w m control during
Three arguments in favor of lan Impact.
belts are presented by WIl-
xiam W. Harlr, a uafety-nd- 'The Hoosier survey
,,-a physlct a t only I. per e no
mo U6e eY -endu teb^& Iab l ,o aedldent. are nasn


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W ASHINGTON, Dec.* 20 i "I ow w t l ii 4
Brussels sproutit the cabbages bUy .I0d spStor a
that never grow up, reach mar- gotd-pla ef 'llmOWIn .v* r
ket each fall at ut about the Et instead, AbUISaI 0a4i
tie Igolf ball sues strike their Is wisely tuz'nl 4U-.a ne
=W slump.. '. -_
Those W lt ttte weal toat e
some connection in this itr- ancient ana neglece pM
ng. Tust as vehem e n t \I, mAe world."
prout-lovers rise to their d- A remarkable tr oman
tense. ,s taking place min the tiny su-
Of all the world's vegetables, akeid nel0oo *r of Kuwalt f't
the brussels sprout possesses the head of the Prn O-alf
an almost unique ability t the National. artulmeto.e by
make fast friends or firm foes. ne report an ve as AW
NEWCOMERS Case.
uwait ruts on a virtual
One reason may be that as 'oXean of oil. teneth t1 a 6 d
vegetablese s go, Brussels sprouts ae an estimated 16 iUw
are relative newcomers. barrels of black gold a prov
They have been known for e petroleum reserve Oh.
mnly about 400 years, the Nft- lY hal that of the Ua ted
tional Geograohic Society say& '*i at.
M.aay people have yet to get nftpin this pool at a cur-
nsed to them. rent rate of 800,000 barrels 'a
dused to them. ay. the Kuwait pil Company
There are records which I'- Lta., owned jointly by Gut
dirate some such vegetable was OIL Corporation and Anglo.-ra-
sold in Belglin as early as nisn O9. Company, pays t he
1213. but the first scientific de, Sheio # an even W0 percent
"cription of the brussels sprout of a1l profto.
,lid not appear until 1587. By dylft. law the Sheik re-
As late as the 17th century, ceives, this money as personal
famous botanists referred to income. He alone decides what
the plant as something they to dO with It Ilt
hed heard .about but never In te last oew years, his fe-
seen. lightened desions have given
a once-backward country new
WILD CABBAGES nosptal, schools a modern
water supply, and an enviable
A descendant of wild cab- position as potential banker of
bages brought- from warm Me- the Near a ldt. -
diterranean lands, the sprout Boom has come in on uncer-
ranks as one of the few veme- tain terms to Kuwait's mud-
tables to originate in northern walled capital, 4Jso named Kut
Europe. The only others are wait. -
kohlrabi-German for "cab- Shiny car, trucks and gi-
hage turnip"--and possibly ru- ant earth-movin .jumchiery
tabasa. rnmble th ougb by b a
Liking cool and most wea- among camels ao goats -Ar-
ther for best growth, the sprout abs lan flowl s roe noalle
has thrived in the British Isles. Bedouinl andeM[ KauwatUl
Englishmen have eaten them women miazle wt r9ust-
with seenhing enjoyment and bouts from Tien ld- Okla o-
in great quantity since before ma and buMadBatei from
1850. Introduced into the Uni- Lozdon.
ted States about 1800. the titht- Kuwait works today at the
lv formed midget cabbaqeg' tempo of Tilmes Bquart trans.
failed to find equal popularity planted to the deebrt.
here. There are many Alns left of
the old way of i&,e.
FINDING FAVOR While tankers fro
.a 4,000-foot -
There are signs. however, the fuif
that its favors rowins. AcrosS port ,.
some 4.500 acres of flatlanwda an
bordering the Pacific OdeaAI
near Santa Cruz. California, s
crop of 88,0000 pounds sa
sproutsls belnw harvested th d t m
autumn. This represents a 6 wai town;, new Mi-M-C
oer cent Jump in production I bladdaings m l4W"
thepa^ t ttr houses .bes idel nod,
About 22,90 pounds w*ll streets.
e fromen,.maklng the .~feta- A new .1l,300. t-
ble available in any season Of water from Ou
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BY GALE DUUUA
NEA Woman's Editor
NEW YORK Each year,
rnere's the return of an oldI
and familiar problem the,
matter of wrapping- ChristMat
gifts.
It's quite true that some peo-1
hristmas cards were nothing more than penmanship lessons for ple possess a knack for tossing.
english school children of 250 years ago (above). Today 'd been doie by expect s. A I
colorful designs and warm-hearted message# help keep many of [o.'jey'd been doge by experts. A
*the old customs alive, and bring friends and fahftily close together. ireloor lamp? Nothing Sto it. silA
'er paper and a twist of the
IB1Y ANNETTE GREEN ,wrist and you'd think it was
SNEA Staff Writer Chaiel No. 5.
S- But most of us are just
ihe miracle of Christas eigh In 1809. Tms Nast. plain fumble-fingered and it's
a lS to be- of the last endur- he cartoonist, added Santt l we can do to tie a plain '
S beauties of our time. For red, ermine-trimmed coat. i:nt n plain cord. And yet,
with the aid of clear tape and'
indeed, can resist thee
bh itd, cant tinsed he i The popular custom of a little brain work, we. to ,
S htly lht trees. tunseled win- hanging stockings originated canhlearnato makeWa poBnsetta,
warm-hearted greeting with the Dutch settlers at plant from a round fruit cake
es well-loved ruling New Amsterdam, too. and like it. I
e rl o the hasto In Holland they. bad tucked"V is
Sre" far back into the past. their gifts for one another in- Just strt off easy, b
Ad their t rue traditionalJo
meaning was of course inspir- to wooden shoes, but as their gatheringg green tissue paper
byith bi. ths of- Chris. tp. ,tyle of dress changed, little: around the cake and tying It
d' by the brt ea of C"hrim Dutch boys and girls began at the top with gold ribbon.
hs began withe thea oldf frans hanging up their stockings to Cut the petals from red tissue
s began with ohe g.ld. r- ;catch Santa's eye. and fasten them down on top
cease and myrrh orought to
ense antd myhJ b ought tohr Christmas cards developed vith cellophane tape. .Then,
Jesus y from English "school pieces" of give each petal support byIrun-
les are burned inn churh 250 years ago. Written as ex- ning a strip of tape down the
andes are urne curc pressions of good will at Christ- center -of each. This will help
at a symbol of enlightment. nl stime, they were actually prevent tearing.
I also an old Irish custom lessons in penmanship for
Jesus byOtheThrer e fOm English"slessons In penmanship Iofr gpo
to,.plac a lighted candle n school children. Whoever said It was easy t6
window on Christmas Eve It wasn't until 1842 that wrap something like a tall bot-
to guide the Christ Child on William Maw Egley, Jr, a tie of home-made raspberry
S otlong journey from heaven. 16-y ear-old engraver's ap- vinegar? Every Christmas. lit-
S other ancient legend says prentice, designed the world's cially thousands of people have
t whn Chri was born the first Christmas card. try at it. Mostly, the bottle
Sfli.ed and. all the bells on By 1860 the Chrlstmi cgrd arrives with paper scraped off,
rhtang in celebration.just
h rang in ceebrtion. Just custom was popular throlghI ribbon akew and label cheerily
they- will ring. again on. England, and in 1875, Louis revealed. To prevent this sort
Iatmas morning. Prang of Boston Introduced the of thing, wrap- the bottle in OdipeuhflitEhrlsM .eta sebeauflul
first lie of Chrlstmu cards aluminum foilland give it six i and a little lmlati0 on, ra ft caduty o
In Sweden, ale is given to In America. Today, their color- bands of red tape for contrast., td t twidiBt-aI reeWh atop nd artllelal
e .-attle on Christmas Eve ful designs help keep many of 'rop the bottle vith a ribbon powerr leftha numb'satelmrEs or smai stH
honor of their presence at the old and wondrous Christ- bow and a cluster of small tree colored tpe and ribby. In large-photj le
manger in Bethlehem. In wms customs alive, And their ornaments fastened with more and a ashopil ba, sprayed wth pid
SGernma Alps. legends warm-hqartes verse s calt thered tape. Iottle of rsphery viHer, wr ite
? st that all animals can. tords of OCtrles- D iskel. I settle plant, fablmnet fr om. greia Vm
aka on Christmas Eve. "Christmas messages are a Some gifts are large, bulky trees t top is trinma with td W nlonts,
the yearS have passed, great aotAmnlation of friendly and absolutely "unwra able.
other symbols of love reebllectilq* ..-. B At waitl Didn't daefe1r-a o';a
'devotion have taken their rn'crate. Instead, put tle n pairs of nylons wrapped i4 mort can
tributes to Christ. f shopplan bg that's .been spray, If yon're iing .so _" g#red a gl
e Christrhas tree, for In- .vomen a ed with gold paint. Decorate Umbrella this. year,-.resial the' pins
ee, a.. become an lndll' it with a wreath made of temptation to- simply hand- it w" uded
able1 Art of the hols d fringed green tassui paper, fas- over, devoid of any wrapping. fastened t
SLthur is 1 credited 4wi' /'Uor. tened on with. tape. Then add It- easy to' transform it. into and green
Sbropg ht the first Chiast, Ia bow of'.red satin ribbon, 'a candy ean by using white
utre' indoors over 400 yea-s.-- An unusual Christmas cornu- tissue spiralled with -re tape. The 11e
SL Uther ed candles sym- By VIVIAN SANDE cla will ~comidate an odd- Tteip a- bright bow at t top made
ing the star-lit skies o shaped git, either small or liesqvp*i
Istma Sve to decorate hit NEW YORK, ( P) Fvw lai. To make It, roll llkht- I you want to take the Gold and
jbe can imagine Christ- wumen appreciate e advantag.- we ht card board or heavy gift tuning one moW'step, DnQ made
d ho can Imagine Christ-es of modern tood-'pakagin s wp paper 4 Into a cornucoplal you've ot eS start, .= W with Ceob
without the magical prs- nitch as a sender, dark-hatTed shape and stripe It with color- .loiapinafl* in' trimilig sa tape, we ft
g togis, Tho e 1gir who is busy collecting food ed tape and ribbon. You might small, white artificial tree W. an inexpe
fodedwngirh of rifts, however, for an extraordinary two-yoaritry stuffing it with a half doz- vand loop@ of tiny red 94.n5. way to trt
n owt only n America. Ear- trip. .
utih settlers at New Am- -Dehydration Is wonderful," ..,
i Wcda.. Brought the legend
a oSalnt.-Nicholas with them, a Von Hgen. 3ml saves -lin or a -ne -
Q going his name first to San- so much apace."d that a year
us. Washington rving. be- tuprlv of dried foods for eight, 4
; Whshisn athonrv, ave .ih will make the trip, wo ll I w ,
d olonial author, elt Into 16 boxes. each'two Look 4bfeete
ltah is reindeer drawn rqt are. r M h..a ..
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4f c build hydratee wseb*
A r pa e reallyj could travel light."-
e wod i n hichth u .Traveling light is a must for wlb
the expected trip one of thfr
S" most ambitious archaeological
hranid Reographic expeditions of



YI, i mORKe sUP -- Tne Meo antmodern times. o
o b ellta n Mheu has on view l In ca-operation with the
hundred p r I n t-s and Aiv an Victo Vonisl-
wings of the s other masters the Slva's husband. Victor Von Ha-
S teel ard et uro- iten, will direct an intensive two-
'- fromo the earliest Euro- vear study of a forgotten and
to contemporary Amer- almost incredible world fourde4
These works depict a fan- on the 12th Century highway of
ewbrld in which the hu'- th ancient Incas. Silvia will be
Destiny is interpreted the only woman an the trip.
ugh supernatural, o- The Von Hagen expedition
sotaw m-el blilama whenanof- plan to explore some NEA In a ay
ev s an apparent con1s mi les of the historic highway
er cod bythe Crtor apsen .- from Quito, Ecuador, to Lake
action between the intellec- Titleaca In the Bolivian Andes.
content of the works of Some of tile territory Is deser T t s
aceh, Bruegel and Hierony- aoPer mountain: and some be-l nd gret fs are out the
Bosch ol the one side and 'ond the limits of modern clvili- HI ,
lphe redn, e Odillon Re- at i door. ee.
Dall. and Charles Addamna n Ad to think," she said "that
the gther. my exploring so' far has been arred Christmas buffet (left) has policy is a year oa "- .
he artists of the- 15th and confined to campaign trips." "~ Silver rope radiates from the base of theS .- I, U-
entury accepted the fu' Those she used to take with day d nr table (right) has traditional Chrlt,.
y of life and the lneiscaPabl-bhr. father in her native Brazil i wiungreen s and arr' jei d %itifoat white N W .-
o misery and death, be- Silvia's only vaguely concerned table, traditional. Either setting is a to4I;.-, ,
they knew that this was about how she will take to tra- e "n
laVel by llama when it's too rouph NEW YORK (NEA) In a gay h pn- .-
f.a jeep. but cooking problems 'the modern, home. hospitality&A InO. t ru.- ..

eg from the the certitude t lin' mountains. I know," she .oety.
i evil, like the good, wOe ,eaid "Some of them are so high
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FOR SALE
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hSALE eniot r din-no
Snaoir large quorrlrmaster ice-
Sox. homrnenode Ilpbox suitable tor
eep Ireeze. heoy-duiv w o r k
,ench wih vise.to 10air-ho? plate
omb.nilon. Craftsman Gem Cut-
r. Hou-:e 0775 A Wllcmson
lace. Balboa. Telephone ItthI

FO SALE -Wet.,nghouse refriger-
0lor 60 c.cle one year old Loun-
Sromai 6Ve.t'"nghou-e 60 cycle, 7
ornths od. Houee 84-B New Cris-
al. 5th Sireet r.
FO SALE-60 cycle Easy Spindryv
Saqhrng machine $150.00. 25
cale., 7 cu ot All porcelain. PrI'e
10000 Phone 83-4291, Curun-
FpC SALE -Beout.tul Grandfather
C o:k craca'.an Walnut Case.
Chi-rres. Telephone Panama 3-
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FOR SALE -Bamboo loi.ngroom set.
4 pieces. I ke new Con be seen
at house 2256-0. "B' S Curun-
du. Tel. 83-2103_____
FO SALE.-Livingroom furniture,
couch and 2 arm choirs. 2 lamps.
2 end tables, etc Must sell mme-
diate v to make room for other
furniture No reasonable otter re-
fused. Call Curundu 3140 or s,ist
Quarters 575 Curundu Heights
any time atlr ,10 a. n)
FOR SALE:-Chinese Rug, 9' x 12'
two loae blue, excellent condkion
for $175 00. -Teakwood Chinese
wardrobe six drawers chest. $150.-
00. Two borrel shape carved. teak-
wood Chinese talbtes at .$20 00
each. Apply at 39th S. No. 28.
FOR SALE-.-9 piece dinlngroom set
Good conditirgro. argait.pice. 7th
nnd 8th Melendcte. House 7010.
Telephone 840-L
FOR SALE:-Single bed. coil spring.
mattress, foemrubber pillow. $25.
Black seal princess lur coat size
12, $25. 60 bicycle tan $6. Het-
milton beach mailed machine $20
Cali Balboa 2436
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employes need furnished apait-
merit, Or house in good residenlral
district. Cadl 2-0556 from 9 to. S,,
r.1,ea position
WArvTID:-En;pIoyment for first-
class servant. Excel ert cock. laun-
dress, housikeeper. Wonderful with
chiJdren. Inquire hou.e 0775-D,
Williamson Place. Balboa. Tele.
phone Balboa 239S.


n Tests New

Wrier-Based

'i- b* Pane
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2M. -
S((VJ' j 'The' Naty touay 4S
Rnowucea the first tllght of Its
alwest carrier-based anti-suo-
alarine plane, designed to do
se Joo now performed by a
SUnlinr-kifler team of two
Tne twin-engne Grumman
S... '-I. flew Dec. 4 lrom the
f:, sl'rt ofr rumman Aircraft
* IaJreenrng Corp.. Bethpage, N.
.. thi Navy said.
-,d1- the first carrier plane
to .carry both modern delteo*
tMi-,jear to hunt out ene.
my bibnarines and weapons
.o gatroy them.
'.ha standard anti-submarine
-sircrat now In use is tne
f ulman Guardian, whlcal
e rates in pairs. One plane
Ms da the auo and summon
V ot*a tler which attacks It.
S The 82F-1, is powered Oy
t ki"m engines.
SLat46t navigational a nd
r t" weather equipment allow it to
sperte under severe weather
OOwdltons.


BIR INIiTIALS

imvr meation visit
klt a )li t R
ra ^WtakIhoohn as


Salon de Belieza Amrico
No. 55 West 12th Street


Carltom Du Store
la.0m6 Meld A0e.-Phone SI ool06


PropagmlA, SLA.
Agencia laternacioaal d Publicacimlas w street cwer stadium ust.
No. 3 LotterL Plas Phone -$10M Phones 24214 s -U


FOR SALE

FOR SALE.-i'ynwut e Luxe
Tudor Seder. good condition. Co-
co Solo 311 or 711.
FOR SALE.-.l W 19 Pord only
1000 mi saie ever20D. Want
Io buy VictorioO'Q$p ai-*5S4


*FO SALEa-Otr ib
for 36 Chevrolet. 2 600 x 16
new retreaded tires. Phone 2-3241
Balboa.
FOR -SALE 1942 b6dge Pickup
$1509.Q. Duty Paid. Good running
conditidn.Front t. 6014.
FOR SALE:-.-950 Ford Custom Tu-
dor. Excellent condition. Radio. S1.
100.00. Can be financed. Coll
Balboa 4165
FOR SALE '51 Chero'fet Bed Air
completely rust proofed. less than
10 000 miles. See at Qtrs. 269-B.
Albrook AFB. Phone 86-4292.
FOR SALE.-- 1 5 Fordor Mercury
9.000 miles. Like new. Radio.
Owner leading Isthmus. Phone 2-
3223. Diablq Heights.., 5564J-L.
FOR SALE:-Chevrolet truck, steel
bod, Bargain "Los Colonenses"
Little Market. Telephone 332. Co-
lon.

WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED- Autg9moblles ia good
condition, preferable 1949 and
1950 PLYMOUTMS, PONTIACS'.
CHEVROLETS or OLDSMOBILES.
WE PAY CASH. PHONE: 2-0118
or 3-3213. Panama.

FOR SALE
Boata & Motors


FOR SALE:-oMtor -.SJlr Sl51pr24
ft., long 7 I-2 ft. beam, 5 ft
dratt Excelren carnditjo- .Writs
Ebox 831. Balboa, C. Z.


dEORGE D. IARI. JR., M. L-Hu-
mapt Eggineering $adih Chi
roproxsl. Corrective Adjustment of
the cody Structure. No. 11,.7thI
St.. Telephone" Z-3833. 8 a.- m.
to 8 p. m. By appointment.
PARENTS: Give your teenaer a
Ballroom danee 'O6u'rit -16r Xrh.
This would give them the social
grace, and would be a lasting gift
$20 00 for 3 months Mondays al
5 p m. starting Jon. 5. Baolboa
'Y'. Hornett & Dunn.


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DOS CLINIC HOSPITAL Dr. I. A.
Perez, V rinaery Surgeon. Via
Porras No 42. Tel. 3-2113.
The management of the ARRAIZO-
NA oBar and Itestaurant is pleased
to announce that through the de-
mtnd of our large clientele we
will offer day and night service,
beginning december 22nd.
The Xmas & New Year holidays are
here. For the best in covered bot-
tons. belts, eyelets, small, large for
ihower cutralna oil colors, button
holes,. haematiteSing. Visit Edificio
Lux East 34th St. Apt. -106.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Estudiante Street 140. Between
"J' and "K" street. Phone 2.479
Ponoama
HOLIDAY JUNGLE JIM JAUNT to
Dor.en Sponsored by Hotel EL
PANAMA. full days, Leave Fri-
day December 26, 7:30 A. M. Re,
lurh late Sundai afternoon. De-
cenmber 28. Fishing through thi
Pearl Islands, visiting with the prl-
mithie Checo Indians, spherinll
crocodiles. lack light hunting,
cruising up the Sombu river aboard
El Panarma's Pescadora. Bring old
clothes, coatmfortable shois, and
DON'T FOtGE'T YOUR CAMERA.
3 glOtrious days. $45.00 each pter-
son. Special rate to cklse groups,
wsh;ng to charter boot for Daren
Peoa Isliands trip. For reservations
phone Juingle Jim.'Hotel EL PAN-
AMA, Panama 3-1660 or See your
Travel Agent.
AQUARISTS: Just arrived Fresh
TropIcal Fish Food. Acuorio Tro-
pical. 11th Via Esparia, opposite
J. France Stables. Tel. 3-4132.


Just received Crristhas Trees. all
sileS. Complete teorFtment ornca
menfs and lighting fixtures, laftst
styles. Ferreterla InlMrocilnoi, S.
A...- J St.
comIAL aiuflei a


RESORTS
PfcHil. Oceetde etggs, Smnt
tt .Cri" 3-1473.


SNMliCh Santa Clara- bealo.-
agtfaelif citrNic ie b a
stones, Uiderate ro Tlehe
6.441 Gn*men 4.567 POire Mi*
ull.


FOR RENT
!Me.g.


FOR RENT:,- Luxurious residence
corrlpletely fumished, 4 bidrooms,
studio room, two porches, maid
I aeartn, Mnw occupied by Chiller
Emi.sy. oeri block from Amerncn
Embaty Office. $275.00 par
mpth. Apply at No. 28, 39th St.

FOR RENT

ALHAAMBRA APARt4UN
two ant tive, f aem fi an
unfurnh hed oprtment priv -In-
5MaJd RUerdeas. lOB ^i Stlre
New Crlitobef TelWp0 Olon

-FOt RENT: Furnished parttment
for Z pep onfy, breo r, .lvIn
reom, kitchen, beth. Priv4fl htbuLe,
Bells ista, 48th. Street No. 3I

FOR RENT
Regagh


FO RENT --Fumihed romt for bhq
chelor o* Via Ispeft, Carolyn
,Building, Ar. 1. Three house r.V-
Sfvr Rao.e Track,
FOR RENT.-Fummhed room. CenItl
Avenue No. .1, -Aw. 7.


FOR SALE


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one way 5 5. round trip $135 115 s 'Genral Man r.C N IIuTy
ay.-litl. .$165, goad: one year; D lTon f Ntl. Fl-Se C aIal L
tfS ANGIt-. one n way, 514*. util 3:00 P. M,%nditao. Janilft 41
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14 5 pQ en l Opee ipbc.' for -f h.illt
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Fo Ancaon bui stop. Tel., Paa 60.0 Poundoft Soa5
:0-1655,4o, witb- ful artkulkr, ft
iDy : We dy draesms, suits, all -ki be obtained In thp offIce :-#
of materials: 'Laeandiere Trbp cal" SuPply f Service Dirncte, Ballbe
plant, via Eaporle (Soabanos No. Heirg, q *h f thr ehq new.,
830. telephone '087 1 IBranch, '
t 2th and Cntral Avenue. T- ...
lephone 2-1 346, Panama.. FOR-t" -. MC CnS*r i 1
l FOR -At&e *- AKC Celer S" 160 *i TM
P ppies. Celt adle Miguli l .
V ets' B ureau 14L.Oe 3d , .I
dip1 f ck baletty char1
May Give You Vt W
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recordzLd or 25 cycle, Eae, charq
S146" b Ion vchar's, vo f Co
Good News blid S2 ^0. Apt .AOt
to eat t SW t,,1101 Anton, C. .
illn (VI) vuFOR Sndu P Winteara. frl A'
lWASINGTON.6 e.e.2r (UP) swaNi- t=ATch rair b
-t-hae Veta ta dtalnitra- 36 Autrmb o'w, aorstil lat
ta11". m.id. tot ay that AtN 1 Row, Uprtrt 9t
t s eIt eg.. t a M .i sE m-Tapics l afis blg Sln ThMPTj
tIAt -u the reemi of a CE. 761-A Barnby St. b iek lSm It
now i tmit, method. aaO. phone 2-3363. o CMoi
23"t TdtAOR
w l m tod, VA Sea lad, b! u i -b.e reivod. byi ds
-w ftl__ blity o n- a.dt kes0lUrrnt to 11aper-
90ClPllsUea rvice ot he f0fl ing concessions: Fur-
U<*fut ueres. Fi hep, watch repair, bnfs"
allte Ce, ottn ello mach a leluir rifod e.aning.F d ht' V is
A10611f0 116 to# t ran 56 per radio nir pop i edeld 'Wior Co.
The r Hides iewrlda that if a 1952. IB forms. can be obtaolned Th ao
3er ae Jbeseoee entirely t r Cu1.00nd. t. Janl. t 9 psre
fs FOR MSALE -A0Iwnl -Kodak I *tm $
.en ..wh -i I s l ca. er, Lu te new. F.2.8ld h
i e n e- Lns. Almek 16- 02. % f
'r:;s -,-,.FORALI-.k ew, biH.16
iabily. m. movie camir, ith 3 EST T
onIai.l csp e$o5tr .00. 1t6 ai. oi
ltP s e tIll still pi0 Clte control
m .85.00. Cin-.Enlola t g t Make
OMm. M m. $12.b0. FloplPUI Ina Gofisrla,
-Kim. ..-rpa B ,- al Ap eu-0x wi50 $B.OO.. Comera -C1 tI11i
&fr1-.. u al. dwln- o etTripod $6. .l
Wallace Coltege, # 0oe well k Pket oe. Flood LightvItthi
',uanclaly even before gradua- etc. Camera Bo g. $15.00-.Wtirn 9t 1
I a e I I 1 with new liq ew feg or me-
e. pert. a e-hiered 18- 1, 1800. M eyers Pocket Rfong A
Uealnow tdyig neret Finder. $ 6.00. 5716 PDI*t. Hg. soi
ln0 Apr. 0 D Opposftte Camera Club 2. Jd2011W
keeper to hze.-ht U:M O S t435
fairsl. FOR SALE: Girl's bIcyclet Een .
engages bnt MaCim ei Bata M o., yout bedl witht
bandet .ath "5.
.puaa..snia~hje j
the coimta Jty _flylng .0i,',w ', ','.


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RiAibow City High tchwoo Ol.
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je0G0Fqijn JSteref'

.4 Top Stars At Lui
"Operation Secret." 'he dra- right couriter-a:ents. until th'
matic story of a U S Morin- Cilmpv uncovers their tru(
.on a dangerous min'ion. comes identities.
lto the Lux Theater this week
Cornel Wild", plays the leact B'sed upon expcrierces a.
Lole in the Warner Bro, film ..i ugested by Peter Ortiz. i
whichc h headline Acad e in yCalifornian who spent most o
Award %inning Kail Malden. ll; life roaming about the
Steve Cochran ancd petite world in half a dozen different
Phyllis Thaxtei in c e n t r a I armies before coming home t(
'roles. lo:n the Marines. "Operation
i "Secre"' has been reported irn
Wilde. one of Hollywood's advance as one of the season's
premier stars. is the MNIa ri ne thrilling film stories
-'ho because of his knowledge The cast was hand-picked by
};of languages, is handed t helProduction head Jack L. War-
desperate assignment Risking ner. Cornel Wilde. fresh Isom
his life daily as he moves about inew success in "The Grectes
In disguise, the Marine rneets Snow on Earth." got the lead
with Phyllis Thaxter. a lovelv vhile the role of Marcel. his
lady engaged in the same sort adversary, is played by Steve
dcn work Together 'th A 'I'ri lochrpn. one of Warner RroBa.
danger, leap from trains and fastest rising stars. Karl Mal-
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ko Fea ture New Melodies, J-anet

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Street Named Desire,'" plIy n New Fims lI V '"...... "l
tne difficult role of Latrec, the .. .N ,"
s5 ptriot who knew only one M__ *.-.. .
ij word-fight. On the distaff *rl
f ,de. lovely Phyllis Thaxter es- HOLLYWOOD Dec. 20 A '
elsays a role in which her zeal|They'r2 not only singing new "."IOTO El i'
t for the thrilling and desperate tunes in the movies these d'.-'s:G H ... ,
o part she plays In the mission they've got a new crop of song-
1 rre exceeded only by her love birds to carry the melody. "
n fos the American Marine. mu .(fr n n n n- .. .-. -
Lewis Seller directed "Oeiera- Over at Warner Bros. studio,. O f F ive P er cet n terso .
tion Secret" for Warner Bros. tne invasion by tunesmiths al-
y ready big names In the music --1 -
world has been especially hea- Ther it- p 1
Film Vy The popular Fran Warren, I US N vy OKs Fil r HO
F iim rorn for example enlivens the pro- NO cr9 t a rI( I
Ol W l n ,'eedlngs In "Abbott & Cosetllo U S O's Vl uin the larc)a
SMeet Captain Kidd." ," coat he, .ie I bite
h I Miss Warren, making her *fT h I ne u tI r r- 'iv .e
f il 'movie debut in the forthcom- i b t s f or butInt ( 1..I
O a- lling film. rose to fame singing -- o-- Century-. o -t cd : med'p*r 6 t1
AA Sunday Kind of Love," and HOLLYWOOD, humor, of B(uchIb) iooopeWSe actreessn not"
was voted. by disc jockeys the HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 20 (UP).-The United States t!etfule t of the fa t '
By BEN COOKnation's "No.. band singer." Navy and the Defense Department finally have given aFor The. B Sia I"n i pe.hlitmas
HOLLYWOOD Dec 20 UP- s another thrush touse the producer Stanley Kramerclearance on a revised script ter. Thls-t mely abpool o Qbaward W ednsiday, mpmb*rti
When all the movie cowboys hop term loosely who sings for of Herman Wouks' controversial best-selling novel, buying aviles in be d-he he Hdd
or their causes at once andthe ft time on the screen In "The Caine Mutiny," a stbry with a U. S. Navy back- %ngly played WPm: V r se Club select u th
head out that-away. It will be Captain Kdd. ground dur in ytorpaeWVirMIn the South Pacific,reure,sPatriciaCbealed.
the fault of the airplane. Merv Griffin, soon to be seen ground during World ar II enn the South Pacifioho shae tl, duple for their lt..A .
The roar of the propeller and in both "Cattle Town" and "By Kramer said Navy and Defense officials approved starring honors. Sivardi. which will be plre
mt.e whoosh of the Jet are chas- the Light of the Silvery Moon," the script which now makes it clear that .the mutiny "Something For The ilrd" 1 sn- t a arty her.e o
ir? the western movie right out started as a staff singer on tells the whimcal store ol t
of Hollywood., itdio station KFRC in Ban aboard the destroyer Caine is pure fiction, old man who engraVes 'tqlt Tueaday.
SFrancisco in 1948 and signed Kramer needed approval badly, for .without it he tions to all. 'the high soa, y.y Rnnn up for awar&wif.
Harry Joe Brown. the veter- him as a vocalist. Russell Arms' parties SAid_, receptlpns and 8t;--.
at, producer, says It's almost long a favorite on the Hit would not be able to use actual warships. He would p}epttlouly, ae' them -- V nrrsi ni Mayo and J
rnpossible now to ind a place Parade, also appears in "By the have had to use miniatures in filming, naval action in coMe Washington's" :lever, o Q
within 100 miles of Hollywood Light of the Silvery Moon I arty craser. He Is affeOti-O .
where you can shoot a good, playing a love-sick sulor of war zones. ately known aH the "Admiral" Il ;eboperattive nR
old-fashioned western without Doris Day. The Navy will not only place ships at Kramer's and is' friendly with &l e went to- Rta Hawo th
some dadburned airplane pilot Nust 'ent 1ontm ywcinl -
a-clutterin' up the sound track Bill Hayes, another slumnu disposal, but also will assign an officer to serve as VIt n of the st affi Ma Lnt'
with a lot of noise. of the airwaves and musiesl technical advisor. he meets a young-girl hohpt The 'w'm en jour lit-
Brown went all the way to comedy. makes his first moviehe omees fr Cal Y formal t d' 0T4J th* $Mi$1.d0-
Lone Pince. Calif., at the foot appearance as a sitting state with Congea to. sav hey oth
LI Mt. Whitney, to shoot t:-ooper in "StoD. You're Kll- erve or the Codo, a ptr er et
scenes for his Columbia plciure. ling Me," the Warner Colo; rJ a ne ussei oes a onc e, cer eo =o porrs r ke ai,
"Posse," but even there he said production co-starring Brode- from the' ncrachdiein, ofmo of -thenht
he had to have plane spotters rick Crawford and Claire Tre- igt. r commercial interets. In $ryingWs H orth' r
stuck around on convenient x or. Joan Weldon, the blue- IA na rfl as rfl to helpbhe -he e.J p
hculders. They warned the corn- eyed, brown-haired lyric sopra- e s5 I F r VW II o a pro onaiHill hom.ste -
pany whenever a plane was no who will make her -fim de- .- alter much InaneuvelnL' se she refu ta 'o-im "" ..."
about to roar within microphone but opposite Frank'-vejoy In ...te Investliaton, gift t viit of her
distance. *'The System," hs: aung with ILLYWOOD, Dec. 2N0,tne spades with a six-gun slug at frigeratora and h sruou e. t
the Los Angeles Civic Light 80-odd years ago a luscionus li- 40 paces. She efdld-trlde any effort everything is set right husband, AlS -Kaehn "
The old "western" landmarks Opera Company, and in S an some lass named Belle ,:Star bronc ever foled..- and she v.hile love-hovers sweetly, It Sinr Lanxa Wt
where Hoot Gibson, Bill Hart,. Francisco grand opera. was running around lolsta in Just loved -to -job --anlkr, and not smooth, b between ther Lna,
iTom Mix, and Ken Maynard Oklahoa and Montana '- gambling halls., young couple. br&k wit Se y
I chased some of the meanest vil- "The Jazz Singer," Warner Shd m a as M beautiful mt ek ith re I f"4'y4"
lamns who ever snarled at a mov- Rros,' new Technicoloy produc- this Bl.eBut she wasn't Ve- Now, 80-odd years later,- Bel- Edmund Gwenn. as- the kiM- ay '
ie camera lust aren't feasible tion finds Peggy Lee in her ry po6i -. with some people, 1i Starr-is coming to life- on ly old printer who spaiTIrt canc,6eltatnt '-a .p" -ture1M''
for pictures any more, Brown first dramatic role opposite especialy with United tates the movie screen In. the. per- the glitter'ot -Washinuton' s ready b.la t t ir.', j
said. Danny Thomas. Miss Lye, whose marshall an4 detectives o the son of Jane .Russell- co-ptar- clety, has another one of ,his "' --
Plares such as Ne w h al voice has thrilled m ions on payroll .jl. the Bankers' Protee ring with George Brant In droll roles that he plan s- lAtt cete $0T
Frenchman's Flat, Lasky Mesa the radio and'kecordings, sings tive Association. "Montana Belle," She 8a dis- wel. It is- rermnlAetpit.of .."ie ha refund to
and the Warner. Paramount, Co- one of her own compositions in For Belle Starr stirred. gutsed a a -ha noi.me, d4rlng Miragce.On 34th. S erebt" 'a 4e, v- .-W -
lumbla and RKO ranches lie the picture, "A Very Special out-and-out outlaw. She. tlaw youth. one minute, an "Mr- 880" and he t s
i-ight in the path of the com- Day." in addition to many old blast the pip out of the during sing.tg sJn- sren heai$ .
merclal air lanes leading out of livorites .and a number of oth- he net. ne eCatrze
the San Fernando valley. And er new a s written espeQially A t "1 M e"l t -'. Ss
the day is gone when a movie for the pro auctOn. -' r -. A AARt o.Min Russell in p o i 4
company could put up its own ..tresalmi Too'-we '
balloon barrage to warn the Judinl the s of a h btr d.
planes away. couple of fYd.er d ae band -"1 your
Brown Isn't even sure that singers on fee Wale r lot, She wears transparent black e.t 4 h4i$
such an out-of-the-way place named Jane Wkman nd Doris h.enyi o al .'a.; ta esse r. e tt pp lvh ba
long. Kayenta is 185 miles from song birds to hit' the top e-blak bodice tri11i t part within
the nearest railroad and is re- should be pretty good. wth sequits. It popfs Jt "i bt' i iie y *wai1
puted to be the most distant --ek with an ta rf teeatFer
spot in the U.S. from what is stle, and it fiois kty bo- m tfoit .ato lMd. who ad c i3
known as "civilization." and steady flow of automobile dt ind In an exaggera trai wot 1 bbard o
But even it has a motel now en route from on Theton d And light blu atale fet- N, pretty A 4 viv .' "
B Eown figures Mexico inmay be c C4 'aers cap her ..5a o d .hl"". -
the-next stamping gro n. i-r 0'-ro-- t, s, whatbon e J a
Ai A the western picturee huntr folks, a blondsJ husk 7..... P
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SAussie Money Jumps' Seen Giving US. C.
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he... Pro Prospects Fishing Where

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On Defenders fe S Fish -
By JOHN McCALLUM Punt'.
NEA Staff Correspondent by FLACO
.by F CO----Don 'oa
NEW YORK Dec. 20 VicP_
Seixas' totally unanticipated up- ---ampl .
ending of Frank Sedgn~n In 4--Malaya / t
the Victorian Championships 5 La Negrg C
excites no little suspicion that 6---Domino o-. W
the. United States might drus
up some noise in the Davies Cup
STennis Challenge Round after i t tnd Race F-
all. The Americans meet thbe.. .-*,.. w e e' ihst- "1. -ep r
Australians in Adelaide, Dec. 29- ".. SecondRAce
30-31.0 E D -l-Catlaveral OS
The U. S. Cup players aie ,-io
longer walking like condemned t lo 0.:
men. The Aussles hpve sudden-I -Tln Tan V.
,y ,y Takened to the StartlingBe- n tlt --Cohsisentida .....
.v N akened to the stlrtl e It was a little late in the year but we-will ipake an etee ispi a Bn. .
flght tioretain the ytrophyi r this time, maybe she didn't know you aren't suppOed .to .be. asb*1691 av Nattvea
I Psych l cally the Amen etol Ann Gregg of the Novia i our* lui She ca t'
1Ten,-' a, ":..... "u,,o, Col-cans never had It so good. The, .- TWO
j T -rnan'tcans neve t r sail ish in Panama Day while fishing from the Odn St last n I ,
quartet composed of Seixas, To- 8
Sny Trabert. Hamiton Richard day. The Gregg's are member of the curtain ralsatng' otRi
i sc and Straighe mt Clark are up Balboa Yacht ub and we welcome then-Into the fish anot -
"the Aussies lower than the Paitts- Move over, curtain raisers, we are converting more -of our m em
iburgh Pirates. bers every day!
Frank Sedgmulan Viceas REPORTED TURNING PRO The Panama Cahal.Tardon Club at Gatun his for many ye
[: ,,~~~~ v. a1 -iobeen a very active f lthing club. TIey sre a Iprogropi ve .- ,
-: heand have never beenytde type eto rest onve T I their laurels lo g s
IjII' PAY-OFF Frank Sedgman, left, and Vic Seixas meet in One Australian tennis expert nhey have reallybeutdOne themselves. They have lns e -the
the big one of the Challenge Round. (NEA) !laments that Sedgman eand Ke point system for their annual competition and the off ictre5
Mcureaorn et eR En a hisntalemantel "hap'oe sponsible should be congratulated. wl-nii a t o.
jumpsur. In a e csee ol ta "m e This point system while t is new to the. Canal Ione haw been 41.- . bk
iS 'm a malady afbllctg OP used for many years by some of the lartt and most successful
TIiadeIsvitaeiownltMutueltDietden time they cuse-S Atfit gla eis:,:m liad r
llp d in viteational F irusu D d 'r$2.20decide to turn iprofessionald. nd it-yut th ie At enter end or ptiatea rec inreal-7 refY 1 n;.ateUre
Sthe official announcemgnts ty it is very simple, plus beign the fariuMt way of running a .Ram 120
Juan ranco their intention,. tournament., mio a. ..i et [ Jr 120
JC Cage Tounei With the Cup matches out of The tournament is divided intp four ,te ;, spinning, fly cast- 112--"
the way, Sedgman and McGre- ing. plug casting atd the angling seei a (which Includds lt I lE-.',
To Be Best Ever a orreportedlyhave eedtoa casting, trolling ar-twohandedOftsurfo"g.). In the flyfla- ow'.
S1 uni l--Rosa $6, $4, $2.0. world tour with an under the in, spinning a e gyu can enter e largest
To Be Best Ever 2-Cosa Linda $6.40, $5.80. auspices of Jack Krazber. Suc- previo g i us elftw iln replacesth Mq than
3-Don' Mario $11.80. cessful defense of the cup quite a ddiul reglateve y w llIrel to' t thesw -an. :_. ... 0. 1
SO C' aturl wud jc t Ibuild up your pq after catching ltspecies by tryig .for, .
Til Ih,rd airIli Jur,11oi Col- SECOND RACE pro stature dpespec. larger s.
lee Inviatnnal Basketball' l-Don Jaime 6, 53.60. "This has affected their ,
Tournam nt prunfses to ie full 2--Wmsar.a $3.60. game," the man confides. The angling seaeln is band line test;,and polntse n be
QfInore tr,.ri,l and fast action First Doubles: (Resa B.-Don "The challenges, on the oth- received for one spflle,on severaldifferent teat lines. Ww.ver '
,han at mnv time in the short Jaime) $21.60. Cr hand; are as carefree as an- one fish can only be entered in one test group. For. : _e .
hi-oiy oi this event. Rapidly be- ge ls. They'll lhuot the works. Snook can be enterS 'for comzgetitep the :boliowlnrt :0_
coM intne biggest basketball THIRD RACE "Why, Trabert is so pleased 3 threat 6 thread. thread& 12 'and 15 thread. -M _
event on the Isthmus. the 1952 1-Marfil $2.80, $S.20, $2.20 at being out of a sailor suit specie haq a prede d number. JI b we -ht groupA M 0me n "'
S edition of the tournament is go-2Araucano $2.20, $3. for a month he feels capable of run from three thru .thread, whilk others are only allied '
g to be bigger and better than 3-Mramar $2.60. knocking us over single-hand- points on three or four different gro.lp. The information d- .n ,1d0
ever before. A't least this is cer- One-Two: (MarfU-Araucano) ed." fervent fish is furnished by the club.
thinlyy "rie frorr. the basketball 9.40. If anybody's going to whdp
playing side of the picture. the knobs off the Aussles it's Each fi ls a s basic weight in each grp, ad ot .
Tournament play gets started FOURTH RAGE Seixas, a gentlemanly chap who tio atth t weigh 50% of this established weiLht.
on Saturoaa. Dec. 27, with two' I-White Fleet 3.80,$2.40,$2.20. is anything but social with a for Sp u.9 thread, the basic .wK .it is It
gan -s in t ie afternoon. First of 2--Ro Mar $3. $2.20. racket in his hand.' weIgl.`lbL is order to enterandd 6 1t; rev...
th. v ari at 2 p m. In th J--Muheco $2.80. 8elxas and Sedgman, have For a .wb ng the basic welhy, l 100,
; .l t? e r .t two gao n es of Quiniela:$ White Flee" Rio now met eight times. The Amer-l fls e, ne o more than ork200 pultt,- i: ":;
he , u ,tae phc:a, a- has wdn three times, in- Inthli counted. -
-Alnel .i. na lson on- ACE cding the last two. a freak or Oo i t zeAfu,
aS n l:a. .al .. on 1- 7 'ITIL ,CE '"Sed$ra tar can be beaten, of u.alkg cases thebaule .tAMi'7
Zuescaay. Dec. 3'). Cha 2.20.Sexas declares.t t 'qr a.re penaz.'
t2--Hartlety uas $2.20. His theory is simple: about this
m Winner cf the 1951 tourna-, Beat Sedgman to the net, and the their .eare.f Iu I
onnt were the Albrook Blue SIXTH RACE once there stop-volley him to bilgob CominitteeuInallelbei We k ow. atI .
Say's. The%, will be, back as big I-Sun Cheer $20.60, $7.20, $7.60. death, a cute maneuver which no more tbmh 20% of te catches *a h -.edg u ..... g1
'fe :".r th 1952 running./ and -B thartoo e 9.20,$. $4. .
tia I.U AL.i4.tiOll a! gi ing up s-Miss Irgi. fax $3.40.oinks the ball down short with hi another. Wot Whi en Suit get al tt
a to gig up iss ax $3. a crooked bounce, or node-at all. regiaterif ik catch even TV~y are good- fishemen.) Th.i s
thc .,Ic v.,:hout one whale of a! Seixas is a master at this. hele to develop new flahing grounds, suslstthe o 8th ase
got :ruggle. SEVENTH RACE Sedgman testified after drop- to the clok"aometlme#very few point. P nf P.-fe: anTt-.e-
1-Porters Star (e, $4.80, $5.60. ping the Victorianchampion- ontew(a l dt h "
F7gun ioi the fl' boys is the 2--Dofila leida e ite' 355.60. ping the Victorian champion- contestWintsbdcnd owne r two of their fin-*
S trt great barlktballer. Sal Second double: (Sun Cheer- sc many drop valleys I n my .eh trying new spot& anr ly'fshn 1 Wild .
a. Sclafani, who captain- Porter's Star) 581.40. Me." AddAetbyin new spots and fweightshg a ,:IR 3---RLinney
So c Rhode Island State team hI Mercer Beasley, famed, coach those etablished for .k: ". 4-Vr.
'-for wo years afid was an honor- I EIGHTH RACE and president of the Professional .
able mention All-American in 1-Mosqueton $2.80, $2.80, $2.40. Terints Aasociatlofh, analyzes the Spinning ,, .... Pulr............-
194 7.is without doubt one of the 2-Pinta $340, $2.40. matchthus:l lyodle enn;g... .. ... Aa
A 'finc:st ba.-ketball players ever to 3-Cradle Song $2.60.. match thu : fly Rod .".........D. -
app2ar locally. Quinlela' "IMosqueton-Pinta)$0e s as fast as Sed 8gman, Plug C-..-B."".ld' l. '1
onthfMlo~aches him with uncommon- Angling tImd .............. -.';,._,..'.-
A'sisting, Sclfan on the floor 0. ly quick reflexes. Vic cannot Angling It d................ . h iR
will be a great host of former! NINTH RACE 'play bAckcoutt. against Frank. Angling 0 id............. i. u"ne:
high school tlavers Boys the 1-Hurlecano $5, 5220, $2.20. His backhand is inferior. Con- Angling 12 thread ............,x... I A .b
ikes of Don Sharn Jim' Dia 2-The Bath Road $52 20. $2.20. sequently he realizes the Aus- Angling .15, ................ .
mond. Henry *Fincdell, Charlie 3-Astoria $2.20. tralan will attempt to keep him -
Flaherlv, Jo Pavera, Charlesl Quiniela: (Hurlecano The in backcourt. His only alterna- With this contest.zmow in force at the It I p --M Ingo -
Toull.her WJl Peand Bhres at Roan tve is to play the net, that the members will crate tim-. a-
Tuhil WillWhite and Be- Bat Ra 57"Don Budge was the same way, successful it will be.here stay. e
leev thr' e years of high school TENTH RACE relying heavily on a net game. U. 8. claim that the system ig.
exrErience, and almrrost all were I --Charminw Prince 52 60 $2.20. Rushing the met is truly the 'success and has in some4 lles keptitom 7-Si osil
either canta Ins of the high 2-LuJoso $5.80. American game, and 8 e Ix aa lhck of interest by me
school teamr they olaved for.and 'ELEVENTH RACE comes close to matching Budge Another inter tin of t ,sh.. '-
f anv ll-leaue all-county. 1-Calon'tu le' 1920, $220. in thip department." for outstanding caf ny f ah icat0t
aten. honors. 2-Petite re' $220. While the Davis Cup picture than the biAsic weight a citatin o e
hnr.has talten o0 a decidedly dif- are suitable- for I ls inot o ,
1"rent 'hue, past performances walls covered with these lI the state.
reinud us that the Aussies play' We will be glad. to = the resiN
nest with the.chips down. contest every month hpr ti ihi n
they desire to have It appear 1 tiuclA
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..- Balboa Hlg' basketballers u -
RAlt will attpt t o regain some of
their prestige Tuesday night NZW YORK Pc. 20 Blah- FOOD PRICESN HIGH
who e take on the Athletic ermen optimistically fig u re FO FISH AND F131
Illteo gae between the cast In 1953. There's vastly more o
".rBulUdo JV anan Army team Fish and game authorities ing for trout and what-not
Swill at 8:0, with varsity contend fresh-water fishing Is good fortune. Anglers areIs
e c" al counter to follow fg to be generally setter Ing how to fish better 7t
i .als and I can cary Victim of two straight defeats h ut the land than It has uttng morebody
Sfellowl e thus far, the Bulldogs will have !be re of It too.
.ri MOM ter am.nn tableyor years. cent of ,o p ri nth e o ere'll be more of it, too. Angler banking onb
hed dos. 'the nature of his business and this one to try and e et Lack onL the bugwhich has bit- tske trout stocking I
he doe. e financial position, to travel the winning sde. e Athletic t n 20 million Amer- as.l notle little Improv
BRte, l S tW i whatever section qt the Club team deeated the J.C. out-o right on attacking Sese hre largely depenf
e to V opn fit last Thursday, atid previously tW ii. About one. person how inay flah are tooke
o seon h an plenty of s l rd had won ve the Navy Commu- iI try his or her luck ven with mode m

k"eeo iins o ey athaveshowon iprace.n olhe r, thIng te Consequently trout t
hen too, if has ncaton Station, which gives had to take home t be as good asls a
S do aM In them a decided edge over the story about the one that water angling but t wfor
Stin over ted m ge gin an ve to work msed shots that ordinarily got awy. Improved. Don't anticipated
Sre ing an d d can work g Coach Walter Mikul gingh of the n Is that ths lamentable cant produce overn
OP tead airing bter o t pr. not otherwise be llogs i hopeful his col curve aves stru ag cak bottom likch .But you have the word
--App "Not everyone Is In yur will regain some of the formbelow one per
t to s rhoes," I sin d. field a of us hav ailable to the lege stars, will e shown tough nut to the only thin theand is onsequenld know trot t
Ihehve theiutthroprhatite.apn- b;thtw
i to keep our noses to the ,ignd abi ity to score has been their an had to take home won't be as good as. say.S
prstone andtour seasons are bnner-handl trouble. 'und me and again they was a story about the one thing It's downright twill
San-fore limi traed --o Is our. are given an(usually ato work missed shots that ordinarily, theot awll. ibe more fishing wate roved. Don't anticipate a
call Then, too, there a te who fo and the game located training would-hae very best in. The guess of conservation ces, however, forms what m
dCare interested In breemdingan nd a chianeto work game The C., with a roster buging men s that thing lamentable can't prod hauce overnight reis. I
d training be em to and scorehatd along wnot othe dorwise be with former high sc and the Bucolldogs Scurve has struck bottom like Bupredictions could be madeof
t r ind n field the real thing.a o available to them. best ob ge stars, will be a tough nut to the lon ttsburh Pirates, andg the on who should know that th
for quite "Granteck d, their aren't too "d additiontherehs outbeen a crack. Bob lbsJ.C. ton gives them tlo up again between bites wire lke h
Se- o th e of their ne the number o great rebounder way after coristmang pw- Whisn t precisely accounts for tha wit has been in thee




liedP "but it Is the mini of "That's for me," piped up.Jlm. o if t rounea games In the tour- candtilasd them near home h* on the succm of spawning
1 7 a ato make each When's trials nn which eroon wander the basket, and the the. pswng? For one thing, It's dow ght disurleth
Sas Ty- and tir.a luaa rs"- te handler (usually owner- Kourany boys, Oscar and Edgar. there will be more fishing water. forecast *hotestream and
S* "they're pr ett natural c- trial in this neck hooting can hit from the outside with Fa fish ponds continue to fishing wiere'll be plenty of st
rugd. lner in to0 art t by?' askm ko thea ame located his dog. the very best. increase rapidly. A number of Uncertainty is what ms
10s. B. R- eo. ". 1 ven't seen m man trial$, Thesbooting and la g is This game Tuesday night be- statesaare building fishing lakes, the sport what it Is. If acctt
..o ardnaln but they don't seem to be any- seated along with they N dog per- teen the A.C. and the Bulldogs Some states are permitting predictions could be made t
S- like thereal they" ormae ad the bestjob of will be the last gae for local lonr seasons sing the would be efunn it In
ranted, they aren't too teamworkcomes on fans until the J.C. tournament berlizaton of regulations and ual waters are like human
She real under way after Christmas. enco LEging tourists. People who ith ups and do
44 JaVi p ied, "but It Is the alm of "'That's for me," piped up.Jim. st round games In the tour- caniit and them near home htfp on the success of spawning
as a manager M mke e When's the next nerhandernoon, and finish off for more distant and Onething bforsure, tho
A s heW tIaas near natural Co- loer trial in this neck of the night, with semifinals and fin- richer pool. ThSre's also more There'll be plenty of starle
r..lt TToOta Totanl .. h tfU as possible woods?" al slated for the 2th and 30th party boat fishing on big waters Come what ma, flor
it..1. sh Oat bat an to jud.aUm dogs in ac- (Distributed by NEA Service) repectively, than ever before, never run out of them,
at6 er w a b u d e tinder natural cod gun- c aA
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.ythe prospNday.wwhere-hadenu aI ShiS (OATS LEISURE

I SO UrzttlA e a roe~s t t mh-.s X, pw there are a ith contrasting
"e 11PI wl n msth troe OEniXLoose fitting.
SI t of ball as radio birds at off-season py Clwoth Shorts 6 colors h eight...
to$ervn.e a ,.. A ui. the Ie. Perfect for $1.z5Zhyt eih(.
.4 o0" 5 an t non-winher stakes P oive That is the
.S- s A m & A t further opportunities and Lounging leisure Jacket...
A- wAp. re eso e Intop oRibbed It's cool... Cool
.5f2 c-,bi0 b odW Cotton comfort at its
14 Si t2tsfLoafing Ls t... Several
.O b 1^ t o c outtAe ; t1om ts6 Also to be had styles, oodles of
a. a"' r-, cal t Brl. the .no- with long pants colors
U--- W~ "~, '.-,-,E r T WHOLE MAROON $9.50.
.:t.-- I-..t $ 1 3 .5 0
u ot t SUIT $5.0 GREEN $13.50

AMus KAMui tough as nails, articulate and
He.,p u a te h. game to WORS e 2 or 3 Button Fronts
th... .. ,but teaches Tyr Large Patc h PLAockets
ar.l" l 11 r w1h-n.g 0 SOLID COLORS
IW b learned anyth ,.Ing
"a ma *6- years been away from SHEPHERD CHEMKS
SCobb, I'm st aware of it." he PLAIDS
Aft A'' I* often has agd. "Cobb gave me
Vtecomplete book. I've. fogot- NYLON CORDS
f he- lotsb o It, but that' my
b ult. Ty's le ns were thor $18.00 to 827.50
Vice, ufthe I.t any speed in that ALSO---
while the -oof bonus babies Branch
a Iw b e has mcorralled, ied Uas COATS with PLEATED FRONTS
win have it taking the *- BELLOWS POCKETS
e ad ",them ,. 6
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finding It looking limp 4 .
SIt ~eelly repels huid it repels The miracle suit of the century
ts.Iqwr, tc '-e A rainstorm even leaves the crease
Will give you 2 to 3 *frngs more, intact and perfect.
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MOSES LAKE, Dec. 20 (UP) The death toll in the "Let the people know.-ee th uth and thv country iis.-f," Abraha a l .i-..
greatest disaster in the history of world aviation was
pegged at 91 today by the U.S. Air Force. TWENTY -EIGHII NEAR. PAMAMA,R. P., SUNDaY, DECM 1 .
The dead were among the passengers aboard a Ma 'n "
Globemaster transport plane which crashed on a take- P H v n W as
off here today during a snowstorm. VV .
Most of the passengers were servicemen going home
op Christmas leave. Bait By Af V i ANem c 1
Lt. James Hathoway, public information officer at PUfIf B it f Uy NIf III) 'u) _7
Larson Field, said there were 30 survivors. There were AVANA. Dee. 20 (UP) -The. References to, -take ad
121 servicemen aboard the plane, including passengers Cuban government has made do fact that plots a 'atq,
SIIofficial announcement on the are being breWed'
and the crew. I A r eizure of an arms cache in the ecnt;neant re raiterjp r e a
The A Force first reported by the highwayy which runMaaroneck suburb outsidee o dieting that th
102 dead. t across the dangerous Cascade New York last night, but the re- aQring m nations a ii
Hath102 oav explained thad. amountains. WASHINGTON, Dec. e20 (UP)- port caused no surprise here a- trat.ng men in-neighbOr -n1i-
athobewa s olyand t mout Sun. Karl E. Mundt IR-S.D.) said mong government officials, tublIlcs.
timate which turned out to bW The commander of the 62nd today the Republicans may name Foi some time it was known by
timate which turned out to b WThe commeadiofthel 62nad some Southern Democrats to the authorities that the oppaosl Jt la understood here that, yer
wrong, because some survivor Al. in immediately named Senate committee vice chair- tlor. was planning a counter-re- oral .i1dividuat~i who ware-irb
had fled in terror and could an Investigating board. manships in an effort to conso- evolution on at least six different mtltAt in'the golvernunit it
not be found readily. The wing tanks of the plane lidate GOP election gains in the dates, one of them 'Christmas rrio Soearras bave,.bden pleo
burst into flames as they blew South. Day. to Quatemala, Oopta Rica, 1hz
H' also said the passenger up, shedding a fantastic light Mundt told reporters chances However. President' Fulgenclo let and other countriesi eyqe
list had repetitions nlich gV/e around the enormous plane. are good that some Democrats Batista today requested a full since March 1t whin 'Stlita
an erroneous total of 131 per- The four-motored plane built whose policy ideas are not out of rtpt.rt from the -United States cveithrew the,Prio governmentst.
sons aboard. He said many by Douglas Aircraft Corp. was line with those of the Incoming Sttec Department on the seizure
of the survivors were incohe- the biggest transport plane in Republican majority would be .t the supply of munitions. 'Although'there has beezi no of-;
rent from nervousness., the world. rewarded with appointments as 'vhlch purportedly were to bb ftelal comment, sources lose to
-econd-men on some Senate snipped to Cuba for an uprising. the government have repeatedly
Eyewitnesses said the plane It had two cargo decks committees. Although the press and radio accused Prio and his followers of
"shook like a wounded bird" which can 'old two army He said. however, that nothing here have given due prominence plotting ip armed invauloh with
and plummeted to earth al- tanks on each deck. Two Grey- is definite vet. tE the report, up to now there moferp weapons, planes and
most three miles from Larson hound buses can be crowded h-is been no editorial comment. 'fqrelgr lmercenaries."
Field. It fell in a snow-cover- into its cargo compartment. Present Senate committees
ed field in the Columbia river It had a calpacity for 200 do not have vice chairmen. The
basin. passengers or 125 litters when pot would be created especial-rica Sn
converted into a troop trans- ly for the Southerners, appar- l
The plane was on a regular port. ently with the double-barreled
Antonio, Tex. suffered by a Globemaster in nin their support on key Future W ealt Fr m Soil
V a month. The other crashed legislative issues.
e biggest catastrophe in into an Alaskan mountain on Few Southern senators were in --
aviation history up to today Nov. 23 killing the 52 persons the capital to say what they oWASHINGTO.ec.20f trt '
occurred when a Tudor air- aboard. R .pOte to ps what the- WASHINGTONi Dec. 20 (TIy ) spl( an, mpornt-Dart.
liner crashed near Cardiff, thouRht Of the proposal. -A soil sclentlitsatd tottay that The. t. one hiilt t-
Wailes in March 1950 killing But Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) "all we can hope to A with pre- m South breaks down p1hss1 1l1n
Wales,8 eso.n are 10 n Volume Of 1952 has indicated he might be agree- sent farming: methpds It reduce te much taatha Q.
80 persons. un Of 485 able. Byrd continued to head the the rate" at which farmers are te beneath. otiae .. .
J61nt Congressional Committee slicing off the thin belt 6f sol
Icy roads and a 'ieavy snow-,I Far h'ilhl e oh Unnecessary g xpendlitures in on which 2Amerlca llfe.ls b Uts.estniat th l-placer 4.
storm hampered rescue rew US Farm Crops he Republican-steered 80th The original top ia
All. of the wounded were The .."
taken to the base hospital, bu 2n Hig et t lon has fought for a th
other hospitals had to be aiert- -2ndToH .ghestdasfuhtfrawest, yD. W kns -BUD., .0m
other hospitals had to be working coalition between Re- and.fsrmers fe workIlM in su ea "
ed. All ambulances and me- iublicans and Southern Demo-, l--the condi of.-tlEte layelt
dical units in the area were WASHINGTON. Dec. 20. (USISi crats. formingthe earths~tcrust.
pressed into service. -The second largest volume of He fathered the so-called "It we jd.on" st-the t insew'Vt l* .
crops in the history of the U.S. "Sommlttee to explore political rate d m'll iOMier later ug rute. ',
Two planes took off for Lar- was produced In 1952. according realignment" set up late in 1951 down t th gmderi end '
son from McChord Field near t:- an annual summary of crop to bring about "political realign- rk f'l
Tacoma, with 20 medical crews production released bv the U.S. ment on the state level.": "
and medicines. Other planes Department of Agriculture. .a
also were being loaded with Congressional sources said lad wM l
crews and medical equipment. The summary said the large the Eisenhower administration orm-s .
Two ambulances from Me- 195 production volume was a- also may make a bid for and -otelet Is *-
Chord also headed for the area chieved despite drought condi- greater Dixie support by gtida g 1) "tP t '
lions over much of the country. Southern Democratle leaders a
Acreage from which crops were voice In. appointments 'to fed- a
Balboa Tides harvested was smaller than av- eral Jobs in their states. -Yi H I. '
erase. However, yields generally li-ok
High Low were high, the report said. Mundt and Sen. Herman Wel-? t'i.rs [lb.e to the..
6:37 a.m. .......... 12:32 a.n. Two crops rice and or- ker (R-Ida.) have expressed some fertillWt a wh eahel a
7:11 p.m. ............ 12:54 p.m. anges produced the largest disappointment because no seillt" '.l. .o ~eai St .i
yields In the history of the Southerner was appointed to the "YOu it by alnd Rde .
United States. Rice production Eisenhower cabinet. more artificial Ner Bukt tlen a to seemed
reached a total of 48.6 million However the sub-cabinet job the more of this the Mdic 'r. rl s
O Bags of 100 pounds each. or federal security administra- more it costs to pod '.od." a bet -.
MU'>.. baso4 4ah ftor was given to Ovelta .Culp 'The leventua l Eoat- ,, ..
.*.. . The year's wheat production, Hubby of Texas and Elsenhower vtltia s,a balance na- .Dr;.L' 1U icnga fa
.. estimated at 1,291 million bush- has said she will attend cabinet "tare, agl ulture ll oes Military Mr. Ta'
els is the nation's third largest meetings, lenot away oilatetr routes arqund -~..f wtrlt
wheat crop on record. exceeded Mundt said other Southerners than. I tIr' a i mining the- tioo
only by the 1947 and 1948 wheat may get similar posts., rf ed as 't hor- ng survive a
crops.Us -- -drock d. rin- also iaki ti i .
The summary reported that .I sboil above i ho- life in elevate .
about 0.4 million tons of vegeta- ReU Cross Asks Na soj o ci e lSfage. .
bles.comprising 27 varieties were oc ter Dr. Llano aaI Aod4 d to. ito
moduced commercial for fresh u e. g thr wth mSmls i t a
markets in the United States. urn Of Scktter .an into ridIue quadr --... a
A cotton crop exceedin 15 iowkp ,the "A ho cue te an T
million bales is estimated, slight- Wo(wow d d -ua b..ehe fac- Krusa, a suriael SHft:S
,v less than the crop for 1951.s Wounded In Kaorea w .rs gly in Albrook ai tome -baser
Make checks payable to Crm- The summary said U.S. crops A Ihre h al s atung havle I u "n" athe;
mde For Freedom, Chase Na. were harvested from nearly 341 GENEVA. Switpzerl-nd..W t. A -. a area of El Jge n ,
tonal Bank. Balboa Branch. million acres. EN.E V-- Th e League s a st.edn k it-area of El 'I
Cro.s Societies revealed today it 6 toewh -l-0 ting addii
has cabled the Unlted Nati tons nal .if ir thelual6t"
ano the government of MM "in the ival coUri ''
S nd South Korea, requestin agfO TO Shw i the t al '
and wounded war prisoners. Triv .He...S" the s"
Bonabes de Rouge, of France,. Devetu
secretary general of the league Paagrpa wl again shdw its ment
n't b e which represents the 71 Red oV.-)ur loKI film 'Rotiund pri A! U' l-
1 on t eP Cross societies throughout the Soss_ Ameries tonight at 8 o'- versity t Mod!-
world-including R1il China and eldck in th, Silboa Roobint the cine ''
all Soviet bloc nations---sald HotelE. Pl .. : .*'"W" 'L .... '.
V ag there Is no need to delay ex- Tbis tt*ve (fl .mlh cldo has D. .o''.tt.I"
SC change of slck and wounded ounmd In. Zlngliuh and adlfion u g ArI
V d U- pending an armistice. Their re- will be free. p Iok
0at elation, he said. was request- Panagra. cordially i. nvit all bio.i- A03 -
e0 under artJcle 100 of the third thare Wo hae not yet p this gsrdf'. A ..cttic tg
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StC Theresa school who found his seeing-eye dog that had been missing for three days. Bob
Mollov (holding the doel traced him to Mrs. Lucia Murphy (left), who gladly returned hirm.


I.NONATION CROWN held by Rosemary Wright is a rie
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THE FAMILIAR WAR cry, "Equal pay for equal OW. dMA '3 '
work," again resounded in Panama and. the 09nal er n
Zone last week a visiting CIO offlcal, R. J. Thomas, of W
told newsmen that there should be no differenciqaJ I
pay when local raters replace U.S. citizens yndef thfe
Panama Canal's pew replace t policy. cs.
Thomas, who is the CIO's as.. dlreetor of organ4t B
action, and one of the first top-ranking CIO official
to come here, emphatically condemned certain otb ar. VAe
Canal policies as being discriminatory and an insult i way of'
to the people. in Xw-Y.
His main argument, which he was to discuss with n e the
Gov. Seybold, was that regardless of race or nation- co Fhe e
ality, men doing equal work should get eqlql pay. wahj ur o-.4 4
Local 901, GCEOC-CIO president EL A? Gaskin w is think on the part of el
However qualified this by stating. t hi.bleorga- NAT.-O tt.rest wh. made. a thq on J
Ization would evaluate the new poi os lt y de- out 's pocket money.
ducting the 25 per cent foreign tifereatial paid Ridgway 0oes.not appear gtie to.
Americans as well as allowing for the income tax ence me dents and bend.s ". et p
U.S. citizens must pay. put in his plans
Gaskin also revealed that his organizatikp, which And the poltttlans -
Is an autonomous unit of the CIO, now has-a paid up appear given to benevua ae'
membership of between 7,000 and 8,000 wh about stands enough uo
4,000 more signed-up to join. '. *, that one way to
Thomas also stated his organization-was backing people at home' at
retirement legislation for locar ,ter .Ie, Innoculate them, as t ag Mst
The visiting official who had just teturmel from a ments Of Commnaism ihave
conference of the Organizadl6n Regional ternacio- successful among the and he u
nal de Trabajadores (ORIT) oield .in Rio 0 Jafltird the unemlyed. .
stated a strong resolution was passed-at the ceter- There iA, uRdpubtedly, a tofee In
ence condemning Per6n's labor- movement. It -WAs- there m st .ber pmething better to-
also brought out there that Perdn's anti-USJB laor, tries' productive resurc toan
movement has definitely made Inroads tkppughout I Mae. there 0 -bewa
Latin America. fIetators, and a
o -- which fQr nightS aW 1
Music-lovers who attended fte Joad turti colcert f lonmin Mny erIurMnit*p.
at the Central Theater got more than they bargain- Europe: owing to the e l of'a
ned for. Although the greater portion of t.=1raudieno- .
of over 400 had left after sitting impatijntly and Afteall,tb thejpoli l t y.*'4
waiting for the last number pf the reea.tat. OrlVq'q who Is. o
Concerto, about 30 persevering'souls remained to hein a .ul I
the epilogue tiv ---.
The scheduled Interruption was the tgl let
of a tax evation question brought, up by a fansmi' man tlr.
tax collector, Franlisco Ortega,. who walkedf _bo1. not .ufa.tute good r le
stage to request payment of Judbine tax bh Itrbv
on his earnings for the concert. ver riideM
Iturbl refused to pay statii- his manasTrs, Coa pr of' .u e's egin
clertos Trapnell-Slmon were responsible. They claim. dema for -tan as an o sf tad
em they were not. So the world-renowned ptinist de- i :
clined to- continue the concert until the matter was European countries are moe
Straightened out. -bills by nathufacturing lcoiotl
Nick Simon of the agency rushed for a copy of the machinery, and all the oftt t
contract. which he read onstage. It was agreed there heavy industry, than by m
was no mention there of any tax. Iturbl played the European counttle e to pay li s
last number. the mercadoo of thwoid e thm of
The next day. it was discovered he had never paki .
tax on a previous concert of one month ago. So be- So. It was to little avaul tha-4
fore Iturbi took off for the U.S.. he left his personal pointed out that b3r'th an,4i
check for $90 in taxes with the Panami government nave 175 d aos -
' even though Celebrity Concerts of Jamaica. whlaidh urpe, whil h NTO
booked Iturbl, cabled that their contract with local. divlon et t
empresarlos stated the concert fees were to be net and tlont few "4:t o W
tax free. Patrons and the public thought It odd that ,. ........
if the concert agencies did not expect to pay thie tax
themselves they bad not at least informed the d *, i-"as -u %VA.,-.
tinguishbed artist of his obligations in time to prevent ,t qvT
an Imbroglio. ed& o
-- o -- of bl on a to p,-mof own"
The Chase National Bank of New ork esms. of y mit, t.
through with a loa Thursday to enable te t BeR- .-m so. a-
pubaie ofPamsmA to pay off Ita floating db. ..... ..
The first announcement was made In Wpashineton
by RP Ambassador Roberto Heurtematte. Hre Jan wM a.,o
ance Minister Alfredo Alemin followed up the an. m
- nouncement with the disclosure that Pa mpn had iero g't h m
ceived $1,211,300 from the Chase Bank and that the.
entire operation would be completed next month. The s to sta '" .
total amount "was tabbed by AlemAn at $1,781,U7,1 ,.
from which a previous loan made by the local ChPa. __
branch would be deducted.- .,
While home businessmen looked forward to having.. '
some of the money owed them by the govetnimenit e thabau a
during 1951 paid off with the loan, others retailers: noew got b
In particular had something to gripe about. mn start
Inspector General of Labor Humberto Fasano de- tfrAithf'
nied a request from retailers to open their stores to- In a MaSE *
day and next Sunday. Fasano pave "I human print, met .
ciple" and the lack of "any justifiable merit to sup-, of 0f
port the request" as the reasons for his refusal. Prior to
Observers claim that it will be the first time In the flve-star, ral a
history of the Republic that stores are not rrmitted were-o n p-
to remain open on the Sunday before Christmas Day. Ju why t
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Panami City had some unwilling visitors last week.
Veneuuelan eppostiba leader Sort lllba'M. -
who claims his party all. won the recent eleao-
tins and wi othm leader of rs f ite tleai S -
mocratle Union (URD) said they were utw -are
of the fact that they wre .mlKg to KanamA eB. <*-rrn.- ,n'.'.-.,..', '
t. t the plane Ito which they were herded Tues. jstewfm n into a dingh.y fromth :
day morning at prnpoint, had flown reveal bunhm-. of dward A. Mears, .5-y badt a,, .
shed miles from Caracas. covered the nxt day y -
Villalba said he had the other were arrested Mop- -
day as they left the office of Interior Mnistrt, Valle -- o
Lonza (Pfter a seml-dQrdilal lute violew, h ht ..
were Invited). thrown Into Jail and put on tl.plmfl
lte"t morning without explnas ion.
Press dispatches from Ca teft quoted Val.e a-
as accusing the seven of sediflout activities., V
Sasid the real reason was that o al.
Pdres Jim6dn was "ttrw wele
respite of hiyigng qleeip shB
aemy will not be .hle 10
; :use with government deputies alone tey I ot
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Thogh bright fel rsAb lj
Thmowgh I a w sa
Though w f s had,
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I'm thinking today of ithe .ig bells that #igl,
O'er. sfrcwb of gustening seow,
Of eyes all a-4wkle and red cheeks a-single,
As they were in the far long 4je;
And the friends, that at Christmas so.mewrry miqgl,
As they did in the sweet loeg ge. .
From this tropical lad, with sSvwdwseaw disdg,
To you, qhere wintry Tipeds.w, -
With kindest bad wishes, i 4 irs-ds etedsg,
In shd ph&4e we so i*gly Ado,
My old fashiowd greetisgssd ayI S a dag,
Ins the -won/rs of e sweset ago-w -
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Treanure'l ft m recoetion. s o-,A fir -a MOWAty low.
Many were the= 1 amblitlos. wellItg In amy rauthftd brust.
But the prpudet and t.he. fndt wa- wear atr wvea .
Oh. the golden dramp ou bSohood, 'neath the.4reckles and the tang
How I pIne ft 'frown-up stature How I honsed to .e a mana?
And how proudly it expanded my attenuated cdet.
When I strutted dawn te sidewalk, in my father's fded ved
No commander pf milltia. at .the t hb i
No proud leader ofa the efas.h r tt Ye
Ever were ther gladsome mamsemntse rest.
Than I did when premnadln In I. aflh1ers vet.
3 lad pokets for 'most everything. art an4w r ball.
And the bren handled jack-kine ..t I val ud.eIt ,of a&:
And a awMrl pupaa. was artfully tph *
Inte the qiple poses *a that 1a s w V A
Oh. the e sy harbsot M U fdaeSS. b-",a M A -
When ftar aool I 4400d4 npetn jinfl 3Ba 4g
no Ulded yadS of hitg e64h h1tdtUly .< .
Can ever knew the O b n o i. r
Th years have come and o neahwu V a 'eI pt
A etien Msate am LU Is
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S-Perhaps no, every inhabit
& of the wild Central Americ
tJtmgle would be willing to tr
s "bush" home for a be
i. I the civilized atmosphere
.the Canal Zone, but u
'frbm the wide variety of
S found around the homes..'
Zgnlans, things can't be As Z
in the wilds of Panama as
are cracked up to bel
S If all the various and Waor
pets of the Canal folks could
assembled, the results would pd
a big city zoo to shame. TI
oi, election would range froi
-s. .lithering boa constrictors
avelte panther-like ocelot ca
S Curious to find out wbht
typical cross-sedtion of troS .
S eal household pets would con-
Stin, we picked Albrook Ali
SForce Base as a likely spot
to do some research on thea
: ; subject. We're not sure whetb'
er there are more or less pet.
there than in other places
Sbat one thing we found 6Ou
for sure There are plentyI
S Take for an example the a
root long boa constrictor w:
Is. the special pet of AltC Janm
:. Pelt of Florida. Pelt is
roember of the Land Resu
b' etiton of Flight "B," 1st A..
Rescue and he handiest the with
Slnp reptile .like It-Was a pet ca-
S ary. The baby boa was ae
by an Airpoliceman hI the
A tuariers area. Airman Pelt
]~ e had to handle the reptl
With heavy gloves at first, b
that after three weeks in cn
Sy, the snake was gen n
tough to handle bare-han
as shown in the accompany
Photograph. The boa doesn't e
Such in captivity. A mo
once every week or so keeps b1I
In the pink.
4 A more common pet wnet
by Albrookians is the parrot.
SThese garrulops birds tame eas
ty and are very amusing whn
they learn to talk. The natives
u:My the yellow-headed vare
S.k up words more quickly
..he green or e-headet_
4:.eies. Carita, a hen bird .
*-by- Capt. and.-Mra. Frank
r, has a special trck for
I rg attention ft~nm visitors
aks In a sopranp key
woman is around but t a
I' address her, and she switobes.
a deep rumbling. Amusing
4Fa ries of parrots exploits
their owners are legin.bu
sic among them U0 a
one aboit the Optrol w h
the small girl who was tr'yngf
feed her a boiled eg%"
told her I didn't went ft" t
Srarrot expostulated to her ow
e: when being punished
ny replicas of the parB
are the spirited little parakeet.
Usually kept In pairs, they
be -tp.urht to speck, but It,
.muca l time and patiehe. e
are more often kept bee
SS eir a, tractlveneas t
their talking ability. In
,"l. -_ City's .:ercado Grat-
S- for the g.een and ye
Cub Scou fro fifty cent
and a half ap.ec e
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1y itto the Alb-ook
H *-f pets. People attenB

SScouts lead a couple
qt ha alEgators into
w ylnl, during the wI4V
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Skup and give him .
1 asositon. ot- a
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