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B an +l d .
O Rhe est.en
t'omrqu.' ~ -
stage sho%~for a~
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..: ,.-." I A Telepdte
.4te B. Ridgway (rOght) ,.
Sit-nation delegates of NATO
r to4evd contfhaenei; was giVU
l'tob bid a "sentimehtal re-,
i.U post to the Elanhower
Red Cro% Set junction W
TA l0nollow Turf
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)
The American Red Cross thre
tas vast organization into ili|
gear today to bEio Chrstn A
to the sIck and wounded ilL abo
veteran, military and civilian .
hospitals around thi world.
In addition, there will be 0 -
"Christmaus ay" for rews at -
rervicemiend t n h the. hThe transfer of veterans from permanent to
Red cross has ased lGoe Jobs, or their eventual reduction in forces,
educational gift for"'l- appealed to the Civil Service Commission bef't-
Officials sad hat read l nation is filed against the governor and person
tapan. Kore rut of the Panam Canal Company, it was big
-he tropics $5,009,. @-
stockings are on hath
t-bution to hospitaled Rufus Lovelady, national vice-president of thelA
*w and abbodin A x n Federation of Government Employes, was diuJ
-T armed forces in afa .s-
1 en. rney yesterday to first appeal his case to tc!
dAeo sent from Redkitsa d
loterse here tom o ss ion in Washington and withhold the filing of
coomila were 3f0 rt a action. '
decoration kits and other YTe .
tide decorations mad by Junior AFGE represents the eight ferry ramp
Red Crass members in aphoul',
- throubout the country, I given notices of transfer Iksm week itc
h the new Canal policy of replacing U.S.-
SI rate in semi-skilled categories.
CL fficios today afso aoinced t
iJ. I>e to t Civil Service offoiap
Sco qI crs .hB wser" 8 Yele
I ,. "-1 1-1 11
r involve t ae deUWr
ribttln of "bout 3
rular mail and morO
tlA b of between 5,,
IMct ags for Vana
S arvedf tMtard
* ,.le .augmahd bl
SShi~pent which WI
d yesterday and to-
A; mmt6 of 1,300 pcks ait
f l m and a PI In-
C" loal imt 1.
,eof 72 7 Ncbs
bduled to arrive.
sil from the United
: the holiday.
are woarkng all
at top speed to a- -
deliery of the heavy
of Christmas sgreet-
( o A "elehoto) I$V..3 package s
aut.t ig'e ta p
r .... .. ..
.to the ll y-lecked
Place off Oinvilan Road
i "U iiY boa -*- known now for
|eral years am "Santa Claus
S during Cftistman. usmos
S. '' -have been requested to k
th-i arcars and walk upP
"Sants Claus Lane" it a short,
ddend street and an ap-
lable incream in Y u
fie other tan t 1t re
identscauses conme n e
there is naq place .ars to
Turn around texept g'v Uu n
the 'private 4r1WwagY to the
Oleander Place. It anything,
Is moveW debatedd is, year
than evek.- WON Od al-
S ready. attra*cd hyu rede of
S te rult,,
The stree t
we aiat aind
tga from Ja-
w of The P -
ad as teows:
Pfhrkcp vAct Of 14 over the furred lio aBbn w
reoni' CanrA st In, carryVng ison nlyla4*
rot rreplaeant policy. four mos..
He Irlsed thbe plon, however,
to wai t rutIl G ismade by a .
the C" Servfe Commission.
Cenltl Labor Unidn delegates
held aMteehou meeting yes- i -
d ei r vera Who were ached- MC
uled fIr termination effective E
Jan. 11 until Sey pbd announced .
the move would be definedd so c AS Dec.
that the UA-ratera could be Two ocanextremis(
trabaurred to other Jobs of equl- arrested today, one by .a
valet SaUy, men hq tried to disarm an
Of tb*, chauffeurs who ori- other arter beating up a
gina lAecehed the "firing" no- pean wfh a paving stone,
UcI, Eseven were. veterans.
'Th0U, through legIslative The aMack on the poc
rep ative Howard Munro, took plaee at Meknes. Th
who Ia-*t present in Washing- uaiajIt.w a-overpowereit b
ton, re ekg& with the na- Intended victim and later
tlo ie of the AF of L as The Arab who beat Ui
well with the Veterans .Ad- Europ .as arrested 0m
t Ca Ica wtertr'ont after
It ded at the meeting lice wounded him the leg
to aj alt case to the Corn- European, whose name
tlo aI a complete inves- withheld.. as not in a se
tigat made In AFL head- condition.
quarims in WAshington.
Looua veterans' administrator. Meanwhile, a delegation
Don O laaimed today that ap- presenting French inhabi
eal !W-IA sort are sent direct- of the protectorate was a
to UK : W 18olaton office, and uled to return late today
are ne"thandlqd locally. Paris where it petitioned
meaa iUe, it was learned that French government to mal
appeal satoon by the Civil Ser- a firm hand in .
vice CoNtas -on may take any- violence.
For- The Love Of
LONDWI, Dec. 22 tUPi-The picked up about that many p1
current assue of the (doscow Lit- pects for future reference.
erary QOttte arriving In London There was a map of Ruasl
today d the scandalous tale of his effects. Some towns wer.e
"Peter-the Wolf" who left a trail cled with one or two rings-
,of bratm-hearted f a r m e r s' ring for each sweetheart.
daughters from Siberia to the Others were enclosed i
Ukrains. squares, meaning "don't go ti
Peter was idWetified as Plotr anymore."
Petrovich Kokushkin, a senior The Literary Gazette salA I
efficalt of the Ministry of Edu- er was 51, thick brown ha#
cation who travllied all over the gave the impression of t
Soviet 6vftd preading educa- solid citizen.
tion to tb masses. His technique was to 1
MaL a r.uiSlan girl had an them and leave them," pep
eduupan from Peter, the Oaz- ing to return on his next edt
ette reported tonal swing through the 1
trict. He never returned anl
It blnted Kokushkin may fl- most cases the affair died a
sure in a sensational breach of tural death.
oma rial, presumably if But some ol the flted
9IYy ca .fhd a courtroom big wrote bitter letters, the paMq
enough to hold all his conquests. ported. The girls told l
Desap his title of senior In- they and their motbhrs hmW
q sector, Peter's job was similar vished every care on the pi
to tha travelling salesman pectie husband and aon- I-l
of capta st countrls. He sold permitting hkL to sle" latd I
educate and business was cautioning others In the hoe
goo. hold not dturb "our Petla.
Peter covered plenty of te
All went well, the newspaper tory. In his brielefcase were
said, unUl he forgot a smaul sWt- ten from women to Lwow,
case In a private house la K*tM anks, DetmaHau 6, the
The ce was found to e etain oaraeu other
d iled iles tin t an or0pat es o soEpN s.
and rent amounts a weU as 0 sid that
'. kr the future. Qhe 1 ie4 t
he had ames
o getw pea S B sev-
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(By MAURICE H. THATCHER)
Again this Orb completes its wonted round
And Christmas comes once more to lift and che
Now. as we strive to read the dawning year, ,
We must take stock oZ evils v which abound,
Wherever lodged-on any front or ground-
(Yet all our blessings note, and count them dea
And each accept his obligation, clear,
To seek for Truth, and Error's aims confound.
Whatever barriers may arise to-day,
Let patient courage, faith, and thovehtful toil
Conjuncture make to sweep them all away,
And rid the world of all its sad turmoil,
With Peace enthroned in universal sway,
And every bit of earth made Freedom's soil!
II -- ----I
Labor News A Postpoi hristmos
IV U,,L By Victor Riesel "
$ 0a o
Son Dead men can tell tales a- f/' '
ot, jt Owen Lattimore.
i'The secret file of a. mystery
man now dead a year should be
inped from its resting place in
the government's anti-Commun- _r
l:t security records so much
of the untold Lattimore story can
If opened, it will show that
Lattimore was Eided an discred-
oe Aoni. iinR a key witness against him
1V confi ,by a mysterious, roving fellow,
known to some of us as an acti-
appear the vist in a series of subversive or- -
The witness who was smear-
ed through the meneuverings
0s opinions of Lattimore's mystery i o us
friend is Louis Budens, former
managing editor of the Daily
Worker, now an anti-Commu-
nist expert and a professor at
Since Budenz will be a key
v.itness against Latimore in the
coming perjury trial the full sto-
rv ol the strange friend and ally
of Owen Lattimore Is being told
here for the fir. time. Thsl sto-
rv should launch'another inves-
tigation of two government a-
roncies. Here it is:
;er. Two years ago, the Tyding
?enatorial Committee was prob-
inf, Lattimore after the fury.
iaLmd by Sen. McCarthy. Latti-
more heard that Budent would
testhiy before the committee that
that he. Lattimore, was a favor-
,r); ite of the Communists. Lattimore
Later, he was calm. He discov-
ered he had 4 witness to refute
Budenz even before the fornter
'oft wing editor spoke. T&t Su- ur-
\ rise witness was Bella Dod-1, .
once a high member, along with
Bucenz, of the Communist Par- ,
ty'& National Committee. "
She visae to Washington and
testified that she had" been ex- ..- -* .... .'.. -.
rElled from the party 'for devia- "
ilon but that she had never
head Lattimore's name men- W e 1' t r S
tor.ed in any fashion while she '
-.is In the sanctum. '
This was of enormous aid to Ry 80 RUARK
L re Johna Hopkin professor.,
She told me that one day an __ [
u'd friend of her Party -lays *
1 dropped in. His name was We:- ROME.-'it is possible for a man to fall thor- the wedAAd .
Ilngton Roe, a chap with the re- roughly in love with a land or a cIty or a piece of sudde y
.s.tation for cropping up in peo- ground, and I am not aphamed to say tUW I took gerU
plea's lives every year or so. Roe one look at W9..a log time ago, and y Wed up ItaU
a labor organizer apd-free lance my heart. ththi
writer. gapbbd idly fol .a long There are a great many things a ane 'love
-.'hile keeping Bella wonder about Italy. There ,,at -counme, th elalate and alH
Ine what prompted the visit, the pine trees and the s.lits e an4 thp, ra and- e
Suddenly, a,.he was leaving, the broad avenues -ad .th little, wet** eumg foi
much in the iaw~Mgamf at us vicl. which were'matde for i lo-ae'nd burroa to
ipoorters, he dropped what walk through, no.iorr lanza ajtes or Import-
simpred to be an idle question ed Cadillai.
at.ally the $64 dollar question- t .
S.kedinrocently to catch the In- I am adaaWii^ 4' .wll'rtftow
Lerviewee off guard. the runtbdMr-mFBt y, ai aim not Um-
S'What did you think of the premed by grandeur.
Laittimore thing?" he queried. I can have m e f m with a.,fth-than with
Bella replied that she knew a cathed l, nire.ple.m U -.' cafe or.
r.othing about it. never having under a grape arbor 1ih .mepmdu'u tour of y
heard his name in her special some .tmon llti Own memory.
rrunist Party l r empwor, or a pyramid. AUlthree were baalaly
Sne' labor legilatl a' ato.ndi 'n conceit.
Communist Party i "e .1 e be. *9e -
snapped! som -tething.pwnanent And 91 Idoffct e
"Well, won't ynou tin.to aPWm slow to ztt the petaB
WahInanton toWLattl- i who ha uns .
-* N.*hM 1* i tba mdn h u'der d
son says: T#:'1
s; H. R. i
f v Teas l
of the 4
a't.& f" ,
,iSerea n -w
WIN...A.sogot $ 4-.
.w-' A -
toh, the t
ale Into t|4
re made '
..i :-1 -
by any more"
a loud bang.
d of opt :
nt mwum k'
HORNING IN ON THE CORONATION- Benny Warwick, 8. of e
London, England. plve 'ocnronaiion" Benny Is using replicas of .
the Crown and of a blthie rrun-pet, designed fot use in window g
Sdisplays during 1953:. 'Cru'latin Year People or all ages in 9
treat Britain ',ave their interest c,"-,leied on the solemnity and .
ougennlry of thp fnithrniming event. li
SI Answer nto Previou.. E. ..'
Christmas Shopping 'I
ir 1 Barriers in
s 2 Spoken
3 Ma k
vil .4 Belated
15l ace head greatest.
scarfs for I'al.idin
Mexican 'd .1p.ar,,. e
17 Turkish 8 Comiri,. l
general 9 Easily
18 Frozen rain angered
19 Freedom liom 10 Wise rrcn
germs 11 School
21 Mend organizations
18 Pouch (ab.)
24 Worm 16 Sloping type
27 Cowboy suit- 20 Priest
29 Mince i Z
1 32 Treatise
37 White poplars
S9 Drinks slowly
41 City in The -
42 Pile ,-2
44Turnip (Scot.) /
46 Naive 5
48 A scarf for
your --, .
53 Fish eggs
58 Be borne
59 Slippers for
60 What does '
33 Rope fiber
35 Not present
BVS iR 4I 5M14
k*. a t 3ls% rj SoE3
a La gon as v 9 n a u
^ 5 i V -B.
AZ" o ar s o S
B 3 /// ,R ga
40 Make certL aft
43 Nut -
45 Wharves a
47 A bath -
48 Swing around'
50 City in
55 Small child .
tlm~ m m. 1 .. .. ..
ICo Wa ,"
r the pi
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t RI LE -
VT' ALWOS OI10
'ROUND THE LOCK
For 9fi cowuenice of
| appy celebrants
* Hurried Buafsesuman
* Jf-'Ueed Shoppers
* Ro=oewivea n a Hurry
ar a aat r
toese and North
s .oft war.
Mil. fim. thlA tn.
...- u. must s to believe
0 "O e today to
aA I H AIi
SCL rho Jewry St
a Hotel Guests
Wepl. can you name anybody
. who doesn't benefitt from
our 24 &OUR SERVICE?
SW '. Wi
A EKirby BoL
kk .:,,, + h
A'"Every time ipy
I ] .. ... I h v a lve
myself that neXt
-. a to hold my ltem,,
gue, no matter
1PMfl'- U S wake up or
.... Igrumpy mood,
qy a yifor something
Scole to be VIn ous N'What can you do
coura of dlotion like that?"
a, n slt,. down and
an Peace. t-fight strategy,
for "ntat f somethingS, like
On e th.r4 -Korean
bfireIno say and do
a s1 not object
n t 0 d cea' Elve together
."a little sym-
,: -I feel myself
ta tbapite of all my
St 664 all-he. Bhast I 0can
dips. wa '-
A aereewon t
4 INA S, be' so Some"ime
usa BOr IN 5iUF
ins" Hi upt"0
to evs TtlS1 le~o smetmM
.. .M UM- U ':
I *' 1
SO SAID THE SOLDIER ... SAILOR
AND THE LAD IN THE MARINES .
he men in service speak for themselves -
you give them must be practical. sturdy and
nally useful. No space-eating gadgets that are
whimsy, but things that will emphasize their
pride in their new responsibilities and help
do their job beLterl So give them a Casa
ch selected gift. each fine and purposeful in
n right... each a credit to the wisdom of the
DUTY- loU.Z3. R4
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J-'B^B-t^Bf^1^*1** IAR4T ,.* --
'teMM^'* flrStci SiB
rq -rig tr .. -
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+'; :":f,,.%. +.
pinif "~' 26' 9yole
Scompactbeasutiful, g .ar.,
tly Small quantlty av~aattfe,
k A r. Il o. as :.
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.DN ~ ie
.--+ .. .p 24
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ore$-te W h' self-control to just though there hadn't been any is important to you I" at
kbep my mouth shut. crisis at all." anc you know you are in
rilzht It mnay be worth flghtl g
RIDEOWI' CRISIS You won't sacrifice one bit of about.
vour self-respect with that kind
"Jf.that seems o difficult I of technique. After all, it is far But a wife doesn't gain any-
can alwaus'get budy doing some- more dignified.to remain unruf- tnlng fighting with a husbas
LiW th At Will keep me occupied fled or give the effect of being Fimply because he got up out-i
.until the ral B .. esilm than it is to get into an tne wrong side of the bed .W
"And the mo: x I'll urly quarrel and say things you cnme home from the offiee'-4dl9
put on my meoato sppw express- .fepl ashamed of later. cruntled because something wadt
loI and go about my.business as Of course, when an issue that a rong there.
ehis I d
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r .' "" ^ a t' .:lY t "% + P
US Family Food Costs
,,May Be Lower Next Year' 1
.. ,, Ii-
V&ASHINGTON' Dc 22 'UP' the packs, transporters manu-
-Agriculture DctpaltitiniLt e.x- iL[tierie.0s 11id nmalk.'Ltlng men
pteaicltid toIai tlh t tainmi- ho put it in the grocer.i stores.
costs will dro'D next vgal i.ipari'meiit spokesmen. who
armers-rather than uro- point out that it takes a big
or niarketinK ie~ene-an- 1rou itn i.iini prices of mniai
th.? entire decrease. locoa- eloie any decline is el:
experts believe ori'es .at the retail level, ratv meat is
drtand many iiuits and ja.:, iemn on v.hich this is oar-.
bles ua ticularlh till .-how ticulari. true It should become
line because of ,'.'elliinc more appaiejt next year.
production Cattle prices have skidded this
'* t they'doni t sar much dIuuD ye'ar as iarmers and ranchers
n iirketinu i.nai cs tu get oegan to send to market the re-
) and other tood tironi units of a tour-year build uo in
lnto l house'e\le. t-.ir herds However. onl\ re-
.Az a result. the i. ei, share cenith his the decline begun to
t the coisuAlner iood dollarr i.atrim retail beef costs
expected to diuLi toi: aout 47' Anr even Uigaer supply of cat-
eent. in 1953-it- loi,.Cst level lie will oe marketed next year
mnce the Woild War II high o1 .iand iarimes' prices undouotedly
f c.:.-nt.- will go .--en further belo\% war-
,But hi: hae still .%ill be v.'.' tle peakia even thougRi maiKct-
apove Wie 32 centS he got onnlig charges keep the lull nie-
:*eery food dollar during tle de- cline irom Delna felt at retail
.Pfsssign yars. During the recent herd build-
r* *Some spokesmen cautioned up when cattle were held off the
that marketing charges mav be market,' farmers got an average
firm enough next year to keep of 62 per cent of the consumer's
retill prices Almost steady in meat dollar.
-apite of increased Outout The drop In farm cattle pieces
Marketing charges hit a new v.111 have to be big next year to
high this year as wages and return the farmers' share to the
transportation rates went up. 47 per cent, level averaged in
This year. tk&-retail cost of 1935-39.
foods in the fly market bas- Because of the highmarketing
et--food equal to 1935-49 aver- charges on fruits and-vegetables,
fge annual purchases of a fami- farmers always have gotten a
ly of three-is expected to hit smaller share of the .money put
an all-time high of about $745. on for those products.
Farmers are expected to pocket This year, even when farm
$260 and the middlemen. $285. prices were high, they got only
In pre-wvar 1935-39 tl.? market about 35 per cent of the retail
basket cost $341 Farmers got cost. In. 1935-39, 31 per cent of
$135. and marketim costs ac- the consumer's fruit and vege-
counted for $204. table dollar went. to the farmer.
To put it another wav. on-,,
sumers are spending about $40.-
$00.000.000 for food this year. Of
tltit. $20 000.000.000 goes back
to the iarm v here the food was
produced and $20.500.000.000 to
Robeson, Six Others 1
i Get Stalin Peace
Prizes F om Russia
MOSCOW, Dec. 22 iUP,-Sta-
lin peace prizes were awarded
on Premier Josef Stalin's 73rd
birthday yesterday to seven per-
sons. Including American singer
Paul Ro.'son who was hailed
ps *"the standard bearer of the
oppressed Negro people."
The prizes for "*strengthening
am n nations". bring the
4=iit0...-40*1 of li.10- rubles
. iJ. $25.000 at the official ex-
"hauigc iate uoi our rubles to the
Soviet academician physical
Vt V. Skobeltayn announced the
award and explained the in-
4ividual citations in his role as
gdad oi the award committee.
Skooeltsvni hai!.-d Robeson as
"the standard beaver of the op-
pres Pc Negro people and all
Jrinc a Americans struggling
against imnperiialist reactionaries
preparing a disastrous war for
tbe Americans... The Amerl-
*an reactionaries will fall to
Alence the mighty voice of Ro-
son. which Is the voice of a
ole people grimly warning
e warmongers All honest
Americans will hail the Stalin
'rlze for Rooesan as showing
tem that an internal pro-
gressiv.- society recognized their
il 2_r- ~ .
' RIS WELKIN. Planeteei
". 5* ,,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN A14 INfMPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
"Oh, there's Bob already. Mom, and
Will you toss down my old sweater
I'm not dressed!
ferybody safds Classifles
to the late King George VI.
CIA O. -0OS, S.A.
After Valma .
HIM CHRIS? BS
-, INSTINCT 7 .
BY RUSS WINTERBOTHAM
J.U'.MA A PLANE
STA N ,0BewtEEllS,
0 W4DPEL THIS THINM
TO THE AIRPORT..
W'L L NEC-mA .A
h PLANE. T.0!
BY AL VERMEER
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he's the B
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*1j THAT A'PLEP ALFiYP CAr
I N HIO PL.Us HAT... ,
Im W'WHAT A SHOT/ r
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h o-" -at .ort
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q4 waU wr uqmv yyovsa
w toaniger Ir The Pa-
o i k aSl ar-
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i's to there
r from nice
y case famfl
. hent l or
ul: Iro IH.M .
32 (UPV days later an ad appajr-
aes. dadmt g. "Bill-happy birth-
RIay a nry." A sert oof qtr
e ared before the B
Sextet the case. In the inter-
tW6 lneit Plt;- authors of the notes ap-
S. got cold feet.
A.S 4ttrney Edwart days ago an ad was plac
lor 3. commisnlone led to the capture of
dgh/ Jr., could in -n appointed rendep..
hvte.'atls dema a park.
from their itenm en d readl;
Wfl f extortl be there Wednes
S '. day.; Can't arrange
e'-hout that m- .-W t his to be in-
oyle, who la the fa-. "
dAn-gd.gedirl himself from the would-be ex-
malaid nothing agout itW" lftructed Heinz to
aiet~v admitted the under a part bench.
i arraignment." Sno- agent acted as a
. .ad e.for Heinz and follow-
mnedany ,umoestior i on. The girls were
r iqtent. They comq f d charged with ex-
. rescteble middle
les and have no pre-
1: 15, admitted Exhibit
re to rthe Open
Mal foot- lery
from t .lery
Are Rde the wortld-
g Quocaing firm, H.- "1 ma oI 4 Mbr5BIj who has re-
d twne tothe tinus after a
S the notes v in the Uo6-O States and
0 t. es of their in' E rope .ptart P A. exhibit of
wons. ber water co rday at the I
qytgoff the notes U80-JWB Balboa
k ot b orapot" but I cooperal t -ia ae Canal'
:tl en, was aspe- zone Art .LeIagU.
the atf6t oft her 13-. M an's Is. the
win sons, Pgt and h o of ie art
M e I 6rfia dl art.
E-a4ersjled th erer- F one Art' eca-
t of Intestla ttofn Her work has r~ well
.tense 0 ?t-g ?o-mfa.e received In the hSgll.lerte she
three e month beforeYS had three on-*wn.abws at
th Toledo Mub .nI~ -Attnd
SFth ete r the ToledoArt sth,-
Sthe o. erS lhe also has e'IU -
admitte W4 ad JRthIe. l-
so_,o_. t .Werllnt group shows n Mew
il le ftter~l -t" R York. Newport, BI. and Wtat
-Thi'e aCoMelfI. Virgnla where ahe "s fteeRd
Sr not Heethrt also hro Chlo
4 toheY r herlytntenfo numerous pries and4 awrds. On
ptasdoHeinz. H~orln e Isthmua her work bah ,bees.
n, Is. thkJolted at the UOdedW G Oal-
Oi d s eone t"h'y tin the annual art ahowe at
naw o U'w0PthT e i:YMhCA "dthg HotW Tvoli
'oo when the 10eM as the Hotel Waihiteton
made. un the Atlantic side.
:q0"men heq .1, *Last year Mis M]organ sitt
-.It e -re th le several months Toledon tl
S s t- Swttserland andt om She
wn,,lo not k3 e tl.e !ertmued also thro__S= Y-Crnco
i( the crudely- wrtt-en for various organlatmtb and
4r iJ. ; schools and conducted class In
It. w aB-4leirned te w ater color at the Toledo Artists
Wfte.i Hy r tfke Rd!' Club and the Toledo Women's
A-e ut.1 bv nseirtIt Club. I '
nLl"'notp in.' tl The exhibition will remain at
lumns of a Pit tsbgh tne USO-JTWB gallery untUl Jan.
Our selection is big enough and. our credit terms
are generous enough to make your buying here a
pleasure. Not one penny added for credit.
and other famous
Open until x
9 p.m. 'til Xmas.
THE J EWE L RY S T O RE
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. '-. CoI6n
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lA AMe.-Phone 2-2291. and
.lu'v Ave -Phone 2-0441
Sal6n de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street
Carlton Drug Store'
10.068 Mel6nder Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n
Agencia Intermacional de Publicaciones street corner Estudiat e St.
No 3 LotLerv Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798
Minimum for I2 words.
3c. each additional word.
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SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS 1.UMMERCIAL & 'The
,., L.'I l o. ,.. h.. a drk.ig wb .b elPHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages th. PROFESSIONAL =a n s
SWrieb Aketellmt Aneovmeus IBe only court in Santo Cloaa wih an Presfd'
v.. 4 Lrcrt .toe .OR SALE 319'14 Plymouth De Luwe 203 .- An.e. C. Z Oceanview from all cottages Steps. pulted
S, e .- Tucr 5:dcn, goodccndon DOG CLINIC HOSPITAL. Dr.E.. to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration. It costs o0 more to protect ,eioe
C..- c." c SALE 1952 Ford- on Perez. Veterinary Surgeon. Va rb ue87 and shuffle bard. and beautify concrete t stan
.o o,d. 100 rr..,es e oer 200. Wantl 4 el 3--- Box No. 435 blboo. buildingS The
I I-J... a 't o b.y \, loria Co:o So!o 858-1. The Xmas & New Year holidays are 4 hAPELS th
-" A--- r here. For the best in covered bat- EoJn 4 d-y holiday ot HRAPNELS i -
t: : s. .. d ,r, ;C SALE -1951 Fordor Mercury tons. belts. eyei!ets. srrall large for Santa Clara. Telephone ielboo S Wrt CE "
SI : Ut., t,-hee c, 00 r ,,. L.le nrw. Roc o shower cutras all colors, button -1389 or see caretaker. S N C E Mon
I-r -L.I. I C n-r l [ ng lath luS. o1hone ,2- holes. hemstitching. Visit Edtficio Wiliams' Santa Clara Beach cottages. Decorative and durable one of
.i C- c.. h .. Diblo Heights 5564-L. Lux East 34th St. Apt. 106. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration. Rock. Waterproo coatinRs. f .d I
c r o ac e- S L. -.951 A'orris Minor Ss- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. gas rangers. Balboa 2-3050. Ask for derlDtlve folder d -?
P .C 1V GIco runonrg ccondn'on and Estudloane Street 140. Between Gromlich Santo Clart beach. and color chart of
n I : _' 0 o z 00 "J*'" and "K" street. Phone 2-3479 ott Electric e boxe.s, o. GEO. a"NOVEY IC "c i
__. C-.n_, Mcnucl -'" ia" Icoz Ave Pcname. stoves, moderate rates Telephone CEO.Fq..NOVEYINC, e
S. To -' .1473- Jst received Crrtms Tree.s, oil 6.41 Gomba. 4-567 Pedro M-. "S79 C trial, Ave, edeI i
u S .- FI 1 SALE -,48 Che ro:et 4 Door sizes. Comptel assortment grna- ou_ Tel. 3*01d.
S. b Ac' ,ccllent condition. Hou.e mants and lighting fixtures. latest
.- .. :0.. Z.1 St B.'a Vista. I styles. Ferreteria Internacional, S. WUK KENT O*--- -- I
S I, Ame :on cirl.e A. St. MODERN FURNITURE Sa
r nO a 'OK O"ALE ,.TEL RGBERT Costa Rica unaerl ,n f OU- tkkk 01a1
c : 31on '9 1o *a- |a new management. Rooms with pri- ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS .'.b3m_
vt I n fe both. Excellent meals. Spring Iwo a five room irnished alo Repeaea fitho
S'1 '..- -E :..:-r t.i der Sloop, 2- me cold. Rel oorting action unfurnished apartments; private en- "ERE Oth
d.. ,. ..ong 7 I 2 It beam.. 5 ft tar ,e ving in tropics. S.e your closed gardens. 8061 1Oft Street r.12e
L" ',,CI r fir E.cellent t oei on. W:ateI travel cgent.___ N Cristobabl._ TelephoColon ACms A. ewls. l
l)x 817 Balboa. C. Z OR-01386. T run 25
., : .n.x "_rFOR SALE 1-8".-.. Te
-_ -. ..i ?, AI l 5 L FOR RENT:--Apartmeht with pri-. sbe
S. D:--::.-: :r- Pc~~a..r. ______, .liee, I r p vate service, in Son Francisco. TrI rt l s A Plate
.in. n : C' SALE -Livingroom e leather -- ---------- Phone 2-1464, Ancon. B
I ,rr -. IcR L e' d -- biom n' _." s- leathe leod bidsswil e received by the Shipping, t.
c Er-' 'r ip C1 .1c'trrd C-lie M.- C, O Curundu Po;t Restcurant to oper- a-OK ip oing cmee
S S St 5 i. N.. .. D lo ts, ate the ol'oaW,,g concessions: Fur- We pack and orate Or mov thanmg
Sr .. c- .- nt' u :op. w:t:h repair, business Roomw anything. 'Phone 2.2451. tomes.
( r. C: mach. repair dry cleaning, and 1--1--%0-_______g_ _
1 .. d,a repair 'hcp. Bids will be FOR RENT:-Furnlshed room for ba. 2-2562. PrnamlL.. T
S1 a-. ,, f ,J .
'a0 S!:op[ -r Yonu Comma..ty Stato.. at o :e Curundu Restaurant. fevre Race Track. year- A
S. r I R SALE:-- Zenith 25 cycle table FOR RENT:-.-Furnished room. Central SO3. TW
0W.111.: 1 0. O' n i .s odel cubinoation radio record Avenue No. 18. Apt. 7.a
Player, 78 RPM. Call 2-2474. 1pa O RLlMO i
.. I G-840 Hu- 789-D Balboa.mMS F. M u
O." e'0 '! 3 -.' COmM.t- ?rma,' Shepherds IPolicep dogs, im as F.Mo." a w
t c 1 to 1 )trt. n ) .e I 0 Pop- MI Mo'dy evening, 5 p. m 0765 E.- E P I *.a a.. amlla
1- n in 1 n-:? Can.re B. W.Ioarm:on Place, Balboa DieS roF IOWing (e be witn"'.". 1
to p .r 1 mie. e send0 _Pres
u e'n PA"A eAsCANAL COMPANY Susddenn Ilness
t- .-p '-a:c Lt^no, at id o Deember- 2 0. FERS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS u
I -c i : ,. a-% ^ tMonday, December 22'db FOR SALE mas P u, a Gam Housaold Exdi
I t ":cn O "; .ail ii.Uic bnk PM .."le bd, fre oenh n A .esrdent employedby the.Dred e- hhIIN U ^b |hep
r c. n -ed v eral -,-Music for Monday rece.d 1 30 A. M Divion. died early DEALERS IN NEWl D.
StU ... n v to oe- 4.uu-..uic io..IOtU M orda. rer-ber 30 1952, for Poduction morning in Gorgas Hospital sUSED
1tve c: Et tou, bank 4 .5-. ns in PaaceEq co. ent Accessories and Parts lo-. l.rs alr be mudden1
ive p. c ..I CL n e.ra .0.1 o bo- n.ts uotr Fa o orite c. of the Balboa Sto-ehouse. Ex- violently W and was a- t l
in :' r1.co-n --l.ns.o ti e Air U.a itece: Sale C.rculor No 29. Part II. the hospital.
f.1 al J C a 1. 9a C. nl.1- y. db.Le.... my be oltained from the office of
".5 0--What's, Fonr a v. -,r _e Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal- He wM 53 years old.
:e uCn in..i.h ng down- i-Contd a teephne -2777. I Pmuneral services will be coa
v .d t.e.ad 1n on- 0 aliin5R ,:3t---News FQR SALE One Iron Safe. 67"dj'eted'tomnorrw afternoon t HAE, BI
o r..lUt:o.i ri-itl l1 i.c0..i .'r- 5 35-V/nal's Your Fa vorite high, 36" wdth, 31" depth w,th St. Therese Church. La Boca, at 3 .
.I ers mu-. :.c.. ..e h'.e a tconfid> inner steel doors Apply Balin De- 1:45. Burial will follow in tbe C. t W.
StOp, C: .:r (-:ls .: -o 1 tam 6 0u--FADS AND FASHIONS Abate 6029 Balboa Avenue, Tel. rozal Oemetery. .ta r
S. that, l.s i a CO nd p'lic f.0--Firestone Hour 475. Colon. Mr. Mussa, a native of Martil- b h
I o-..1- fc- t. co. ,.v et lor-'c '45.-Lowell Ihomaes R Cloo. ic French Wedt Indies, is o al-
SL.., lor t'. ( poos and .:0-Take It From Here BBC R SAL.-Beaunful Gruen Curvex it vedcbyh West nd. Mrs, a MI
SL.rruArs as |730-ELUE RIBBON SPOHRT ,r,'t watch co!t $85.00, one year.Mussaand ffe childen. AnoS-n- M
L.~E,'r-,., -., EE-JLEW S' l for $40 00. Excellent Xms ette. Margaret, Anita, Charies.
1-7 b-Here Comes Loulz ,iJrd.an g, r Call 23355 Balboa nd Matthew and seven grand- H
I :00-Evenini Salon I-CR SALE: Pump car., practically children,
8:'5-U.P CginmentarV n:w. c iap. No. 58, Peru Avenue,
,'G0-Jack Smith ShOW i VO&' upaci.
*J15-E::cursions in Science -
9:30-PlEynouse Favorites. C .I..n hlam --
,6:00-The World at Your win- Col.HenshelNamed -- Wr b' .s .,e
Li:00-The Owl's Nest Chairman Of JWB i l l
.,iLdnl ght-Sign Off. 'O f JWD".---""i" -
Tuesday, December 23 Daveu c|hr-st Gro
A l NEW YORK. Dec. 22 Col s HtnS o
S60ti-Slgn On Alarm Clock Ha D. Hensel who served
ClueHa' D. Henshel. who served that. y oar
'3n--Mornina Salon ::: Gen. Omar Bradley's staft as e towrd
8"15-Mornlna Varieties Air Movement* officer, 12th Ar- of famty. gea
,:4b-Hawalian Harmonies een named chairman of the na. aft'ye l
900--News ftloIl Armed Services DivisionIC 11 eff4t11
9"15-Sacred Heart Program Lommittee of the National Jew' world -
9:3-As I See It sh Welfare Board EJWBI. Irving.
F1:30.--N ew I ;',n. JWB president, announc- Gen
10:05-Off the Record edl today. othefr vs
I I:00-MNews The Armed Services Division is iBOYt
11'30--Meet the Band w I.h JWB a- the government- taAe, f
12:00-News authorized apency erves the re-On
:"05--.uncnen Music coArtional. religious, welfare andOte
P.M. mulale needs of Jewish person-too
"P'r,--News nel in the U.S. Armed Forces
1 15-Person,.lit Parade ePnd veterans hospitals. THRIFTY
"45-Lum and Abner JWB Is tlso a member of USO eT rT
so sanTAz i~it;i" J~rn nLees Paul n- serve as the national uc- T 0 URIST from tl.
2'.5-Date DorDnch1o t'lat;on of Jewish Community
I2-30-Spirit of the Vikin5 Centers. Imlv et
D W'_ '45-Battle of the Bndtw r tWill
:0:0-All Star Conecert Hall I FLIGHTSId
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T .L.; IA SPOT
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?:15-The Little vhnw
3:30-Muclc for F.-'dav
i1 (0-SRunn\ Day-:
4-" 5-South ol the BoriJ-
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5-35--Wh,.t'? Your Favorite
4 no-FADS AND FASHIOMNi
7-30--BI.TIF PTBBON SPO R TS
7-4. ,--.3.im iun
P 10- Pe"rv Como Snow iVOA)
Plrw.-Fred Wprine Show
8"30--Frrankie Masters E n t e r-
3-45- T P Conmmeni r'
9-0,-Pilno PlIvhnpe ,VOAI
10:1- M I ilsl'al Inerldr.
'p-30-Varietv Rpndbox 'BBCi
11 -00-Th,' O(-'i' Nest
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E'fhool authorities rra;ked down
an rotln Tuns In this :,mrnmun-
ltv They promised expril-n for
uiotl-tnter5 who reor-.tp-i w-re
fUlUr. tb' rt an with relrflil
a1J0i1 agents as wt:ll s
I *-'1 Notice
UNITED STATES Of AMERICA
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT 0 THE
Division of Bob"
il LiAM NM. MARTIN.
t I.E-'iT R. MARTIN,
4 /2 hou1 .
The nury of
S.. N.. fr,S 7at mncit
""'" 1 mfofor m ew York.
ACTION, FOR DIVORCE
I- th. *bowe-lusa d delf iawb:
YOUd *r, beursb, nquted t *1, ,
'Ind anr'er the eom,0 int fl.4 in is.
...O. -e-e ied act, Toriit tPua :
;","*on, -e t. ," WS-- 0ne way and
Iva b- r she eglw "- ,1A- round Sp
Ir n It- .. remphi. rw WVV
Si' F t efbe CrrE
F rROWF. Jrlr 1. ,m14 ra o 3
To Vlo"e, R ilar'nh a uo u Co
The forego, i,, i I-s *rioi '
rdeirof thso Honf fw ao euwpi"t '
te lt, liz,. *eB4 et Cam S -
.'hoUrt fnr thi M5.iM aa a.. h B -
C. T. ,aier i m" & j-
De1mbesr I((2. Ad Ia "W s
To T. o-e% am rtu -- lllMI.l
ur a. o gonormby ..l J4g s.cOdom Aaggg
ler the sppn lae5a a
December 1, mIS.
C. Td Ne-A& 00 a. sr-C
A yor.ou fil
'T" rwasrd on
-tkhe wbde I
Trumar Adinistrator 4aM 5
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m-The ,ovaetn=t 1'
!000 epof tnt t205ro
-t waa whetu
Look office 1. L ._ ..t.
Scut thia overan ti It'
new -iscal year .
national deit t
12,0.0,0.000 oi JuAe 30,
of the tisel year
at 10 week aslter the t
tentlRoosev6et'a death qeta-
Mr. 'Truman Into t
n-and-a-hW f lat
da at $M,949,90.
national debt 1 kufi
government' has 1 orrewed
tromzlse to repay W*.t -
This Interest runA Into
s of dollars a year And It
the governments V it W
wona the t
ot thv e oney top
bqp Its debts come Ue.
tImust borrow more.- eti
n taderal spendingR ex-
ncomei- BIlt hab s mot
ear debt grow. -"
anet alway gives
Wa, wha :it borrows. Most
ir Is the U. 8. avln :
The mlubUc now hold
D,ONA*O womth of savings
neDrmalinee *tima abou.t .
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kMiO .ar .-
S- Two 'Billy Grahams Preach
.ntuoehs W.MAnother guest wasr
th 1tel, famous Amerl-
f- '.y 01
evangelist w name 1 t and Mrs. Van Fleet
e, a household word had d servfies yesterday
UnitSn* I; 1W churches l Maine lo which Oraham con-
on 4W tte .meetings- .of Aichra's the 8th Army com-
aenul ws Dr. kt Van L Fleet I s a rel
S2! -40 yatr .a Scotoh Praoyterian," said G.'0
"d to the W of a of maps and
John A;. '!I!e on entire military
^.llart 3Sfl^->^o^a nt.' p :' f d L. .a.."b-tIa' ay iilght and I4 an Image re- NN will tour frontline dl-
_A _'_ _aa: _toveM. fleeted In a Eilrroy repeated'the vialo.& rQw and Christmas
iN 1 aogat'8eVery Word-anda. Dayrh Wednesday openC
SL1 4 Wm. in theO Card tom of tO Ot eS with Army chap-
'r t g Hotel -.Tivol.l A those. in. The Korean min later- la
.ent rh a prt ted are Invited tnorated Graham's e for
p.e w d. 400 Koreans whout I ae Ice*
Sarol An 'the l at Graham spoke trt sen-
ji k T& nrho;"Le ay t f o r f o r s ,
No qWtWn eIthr A nd liR -
trfi pce O *orme ieo pastor s wlde1i after e tL fate (of 8U0P0,00
.n.. .. .i" tosAs r tWhe h d sf'
a pr e @1 GeMre.nd for two When the sam1'e ind o riOS rathn regicens doeshotpova-
-. C'"ape l-- trhe r e a- Ian u r tYO iE. e t sehon
Doruchypwellrhan s aeook I enhwer and niiares-
Th. Talr .he r h"The IommDnI
liv' i k aLer Boad oantn la~ iewsa p oIt ua toza dand ta
"r' a ,C an t;
s D e t- "Arar'a tn" oebioat r di-
Mr. + '- ;nL,.~? Mr w"Hlhta, Rmer. and le... wn r mini of deal gn. 4 remed do e not" ca-
EAU Moa el i, ela radnt emot m 6.000
SL.Ca a th t ns'ha t theha ndiete us of ano-the
Ss '-, rm ahate.s suc a lion's Jews as Rcapegoats for tle ga
.r RiW. Ye e r e ea o rp Han said. "I e caed the trial a politicall
arid i^Mn.~L Vot2 e's a etCorporal can't let mywi wander a min- act designed to unloose a cam-
_-ndo .raeta,,del in Carlesoon, ute. palh t g fen of rabid aons emot m-
,u M. M, this sse iw ch two tl rough ovie the usia and the-
Sone-half e ted te nations astern -
Sr Bof interpreter fa John Foster Del- nropl"
.f Vraeausn In Costa 341udi man am It. the Prague trials, one whole
per,, gme nL t+-Iwlt bythou wftt,"" lae
Seo reolrte" plot agsutlie o em1-
eore nht's meeting, mt Fourteen en were con-
Ealbaidemb.. ; pli in the Rsian O ad t h
tloxw& e"tastoran NthUre hndOf theeto-
acre NOWacred V6i*,- so much power, and he ure of thior regCme."
Mldto unloose a cam-
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THE PANAMA AMtiAN -
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President's Trophy Tourney
Over; Rafael de Mena Wins
Dentist Herb Mitten defeated Dentist Earle Gerrans 2 and 1
yesterday to cop the popular President's Trophy tournament at
the Panama Golf Club in one of the most unusual windups in
Besides the two teeth mechanics matching grips in the first
flight two brothers, Rafael and Agusfin de Mena, fought it out
for the honors in the second flight with Rafael coming out on
top 4 and 3.
Outgoing Prexy "Mike" Moreno will make the presentation of
the silver tropaies at a party which will be held soon to put the
finishing touches on the highly successful tourney.
Mitten .clued out his colleague steady game and rugged tourna-
on the long 17th with an easy ment competition experience
birdie putt but up to that time proved too much.
it had been tough match. In the second Ilight Dave Leo-
One thing against Gerrans Inard flew back from Guatemala
,' right from the start was the fact to keep a date with Agustin,de
cs that he nad to spot long Herbie Mena Saturday, but It didn't
one stroke in the handicaps, the have a happy ending as De Me-
scorecard showing that recent na won, 2 and 1. (They had bat-
scores warranted such a situa- tied-without referee-to an all
!i rq tion although Mitten has been even 18-hole match previously.)
the consistent lower shooter Ag us t n. however, couldn't
down through the years. match brother Rafael's shots
iPanama Golf Club's handi- and he was closed out by birdies
capping stemm Is based on re- on 14 and 15.
cent scores, and Gerrans had -
T been too 1r.i lately for his own Tea
good, at least as far as this tour- A I No w
ney was concerned.,i
In the final analysis Mitten's P .
New York Aihlelic
Commission, N. B. A.
Feud To End Jan. 10
NEW YORK. Dec. 22 iUPi-It
looks as if that long-stnding
feud between the National Eox-
ing Associatiun and the New
York Athletic Commission will
end, possibly on Jan. 10.
NBA President George Barton
says a special committee from
his group v-lll meet with the New
YoIc *Commission in New York
City on ian zO Larton s'ys the
mecLnug ,.j~ peiren-cd Pt the
suggestion oi Boo Christenberry,
the New furk Commission chair-
Onserveis preilct this meeting
will patca up trou 1.2j behvweec
n Junior 0ulige
A new team ir the Canal Zone
Junior College Basketball Tour-
nament this year will be the
Athletic Ulub, handled by Edgar
McArthur. This nine-man team,
made up of many of the boys
who played or the Rams football
Learn, figures to give a very cred-
itaoie account of themselves
during tne ree days of action.
Boo Gibson will spearhead the
attack for the Rams, working
under both bucke.s. McArthur
no. only hopes for good scoring
from Lob, -but also control of
oLtn boards. Leon Herring is the
oniy other n:ember of the team
v.ita. any .ieiui,, as he and Gib-
uson Sand 6-1 and b-2 respectihe-
iy. Gi.-son, who has played a lot
01 bas;et.all in local circles, has
-uilt quite a reputation for him-
-ell as a s.corer.
e two mo s iiThe Rains might well be called
in boxig. the "hrotners" as three sets of
- The NA controls boxinginn rothe-rs .ni t up the bulk of the
os l he & a e-ols cp, inw clt.. Along with Edgar McArthur
Aor.-And &as an im rnst is his younger counterpart,
d.xcepi on. I.ew t oKn, because n Verge, wwr.u gauied his bagket-
the powerful International Box- r al lame ul-,ing for the *tilor
Ing Colj c egl: ::: rtr oee team ot last season..,
.,2 Manhattan, has a large vo ce -LlU an'i boo t.arhln are anth-
d hbeaoline nd title bouts. New er brace 'l brothers, and the fi-t
oork also tat bug showcase e onal Luo are the well known Kou-
oxin3, Madison S'uare Garden. array twins, Edgar and Oscar,
Lnu,.:i as 'rikckie an Jeckle" to
This dl'is!on of power be- some. By whatever title these
..ueen the NEA .nd Lte State of L't lads ndigna be called, one
4iew Yc.:k has l:d to mrny aw,- thing is miphy cer,,in. they can
*ard s5Lt'ijiio.s, suci as double play the ola round ball game
-haruions and much sniping at witnl the cest.
,-ontencers, some recognized by I Tniis lace ,y height hight prove
pne group hrid snu ted by the the Lowniall ot the Rams, but
.other.E and '.'ce versa. in spite of the apparent handi-
cap, Edgar McArthur, and the
Barton says his group will o-I.nys hl'e fine scoring pow-
ine.h In Chrlstencerry's office and nave drien more than
'Tor the P.urpo.e 01 achieving one team tU defeat with their
hl-h-ic.el operation. :harp shouting.
.- Tne USA's National ExecutiIe he Rams season record to
tommit.Lee .-Iso will meet in Ne, .e con.dsts of wins over the
York on Jan. 1.0 end 11 to pas J.C. and the Naval Cornmnica-
qn administrative arotters. ions 6talul, and this Tiesday
they will i.et their third and fi-
_________ nal game Defore tournament
play starts wnen they tangle
SI with the winless Balbqa High
Junior College officials have
CAN Fill.. YIllR NEEDS almost completed all the plans
I ior the tournament. The Infor-
..iation on the tic;:ets for the
N A S .Otarney is that there will be an
,advance sale at the Balboa Gym
'office, startling todr y. .
do 'um Tickets for the Saturday aft-
d14W**6.011 I ernoon gan.es, the Saturday
ag ..as .a ,,01, I night games and the semifinals
Monday night arn 50 cents for
Z | adults and 15 cents for students
with S.A. caids. For the finals
on Tuesday night, Dec. 30. adults
BA AMA AMEDrA I and students for the same price
uUE% f IC R of 25 cents There will be no so-
l called season tickets sold, and
Tickets will be available at the
poor for each of the four ses-
A Rakigh wu the choice of Reg. Had World' Professional
Sprint Champion for the second tmr is mou uloai. Here is
proof of the wisdom of buyi 0 bicycle bom Company
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45TH & BALBOA WIN.
LEAGUE RIFLE MATCHES
In matches held'during the
past week both the 45th Recon.
and the Balboa Senior rifle
teams remained in the win col-
umn in the Pacific Side Isth-
mian Gallery League competi-.
tion. Neither team has been de-
feated to date.
The 45th tied into the Balboa
ROTC expecting an easy win,
and found that their margin was
skinnier than they had expect-
ed. They beat a much improved
ROTC aggregation 1075 to 1032.
If the ROTC boys continue at
this pace, they will upset more
than one league applecart before
this season ends.
It looks like the 45th boys are
taking turns firing high score, as
Arthur Musselwhite hung up 277
for the night's high score for
both teams. The ROTC's Vincent
Esquerra fired 264 to pace the
losers. Shooting was consistent
With Dick Dillman Just getting
into the swing of things with a
neat 289 to set the pace, the Bal-
boa Seniors handily beat the
Balboa Juniors 1097 to 1002. Dan-
ny Eggleston led the losers, fir-
ing 5 to top teammate Harry
Cody by one point.
A strong factor in the -Balboa
victory was the fine shooting of
Lew Ryan. Lew rang up 273, an
excellent score for a man who
has just returned from an eye
operation, and is still wearing a
patch. Lew is one of the young-
est old timers to be seen on local
ranges, and ,he wants his many
friends to know that he fired
this score with his free rifle-
and no small boy to hold the
barrel up, eitlerl
Pron %Sit Stand Ttl.
A. Musa'lwhlte 98 95 84 277
Ed Budd 97 94 79 270
H. Stripling 98 .89 78 265
Daniel Still 97 92 74 263
Team Total- 1075
Prone Sit Stand Ttl.
V. Esquerra 93 90 71 264
DE. Hoopes 97 89 74 260
H. Jordan 96 93 66 255
R. P. Hughes 98 87 68 253
Team Total- 1032
Prbne Sit Stand TM
D. Dillman 100 90 91 289
Lew Ryan 97 90 86 273
A. Turner 103 96 72 268
8. Todd 97 91 79 267
Team Total- 1097
Prone Sit Stand Ttl.
D. Egglestun 94 88 75 257
H. Cody, Jr. 96 85 75 256
Nor. Dillman 89 85 71 245
Douglas Sasfy 95 90 59 244
Team Total- 1002
RIFLE MATCH SET FOR CRIS-
TOBAL SUNDAY AROUSES
The Cristobal Gun Club has
scheduled a 50-yard three-posi-
tion rifle match for their range
to star Att about 9:30 a.m. this
comkaR.Sunday. Match will be
with any sights, over the same
course of fire as that used in the
Gallery League, and to be fired
generally under the same condi-
Clubs may enter any number
of shooters, but only four high
scores from any one aggregation
will count. There will be three
sets of team medals and five in-
dividual medals, 17 pretty pieces
of hardware to be divided among
the shooters. The team to beat
In this will b the Cristobal Ju-
niors who are presently leading
the Atlantic division of the Isth-
mian Gallery League.
Fromthe Pacific side the com-
petition should come from Bal-
boa, the 45th and possibly the
Rodmait Marines, although it is
not known as yet whether all of
these teams will be entered, due
to the short., notice. If Los Ami-
gos la abs e to get their full
ull strength ca the range at one
time, something they haven't
been able to accomplish yet,
their chances of placing should
T e Pacific slders haven't had
a look at the Amtlate e teams
yet, and this wl be a good op-
portunity for. them .to see the
type of competition they will
have to line up agataet to take
the Isthmian c ptou p next
April or May.
Entry fee ior tbo matcb will
be a dollar a shooter, w .h
team member or an lus.
CrIsto r 4 made
tion from this
and they hope
shooters wi l com
The Gold Ooasters l
them a wrm
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Skip Alex er, of St. Peteras '. rall VrhroI retteUh* M
burg, who ill be one of the fary fliai with the
ored partieants in the Panami two i to 3th
Open Golf tourney next month ank r fot o ho
teamed with Cary Middlecoff, the edge thie ftreh fOr a Ib4dip
Memphis.,and went all the way two. atr
to the finals of the Miami Beach oun
International Four-Ball Cham- Kroll, who wak red hot go thm sander rm fte
pionship yesterday before losing greens, carried Ie 10a for t e uptryin *
out. team. e 2e n 8th ot tMdl
Alexander and Middlecoff shot birdie hroan: took tlab -
brillant golf all the way but had with w Jrdhe two. M On e
to settle for runner-up honors won tl only hole for h On auared the. ata.
when Lew Worpham, of Oak- the with a toot patt f
mont Pa., and Ted Kroll, of New on theth. h appeared .
Hartford, N.Y., won out on tbe MMidoff and llon and Mtid fom
3Sth hole. r eb afterneoori. wthi a a-t
The victorious team was 16 un- p, ang i e sod w_" be& av
der par at the windup. aMr pako tSr a Whmagen med a
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C age S6r withS ha
'( .fee t and
Navy 85, Harvard .2.
Holy Cross 81, St. John's 62.
Temple 67, Duke 64.
Wash. & Jeff. 14, Ohio U. '
West Liberty U0, Dieuanmni 3.
Wagner 1, St. Iawrence B1.
Bridgeport 87, St. Mltehaefs IL
Frank. & Mr. 8, Virginia 69.
Manhattan 76 1urmw 738.
Rochester Be, Benmster 59.
St. Francis (NT) 83, Adelphl
Connecticut 75, Villanova 71.
Colby 71, ProvidetA e 63.
CCNY 83, Lafayette 59.
Brooklyn Poly 60, Alumni 54.
Seton Hall 67, St. Peter's 66.
St. Bonaveature F, Siena 4@
Western Kentucky i3, 'St. Jo-`
seph's (Pa.) 83.
Geneva 11, Ailgk.. 93.
Notre Dame 68, MUA4&0.
Ohio State 76, PiM0M0h 70.
Indiana 88, M.chigM0.
Kansas 72, So. Met I.st U.
Alich. ,ate 80, Ka. t ate3..
St. Louos 73. Tex, Chmla 5.
PurdueA-S, Wisconsin 9. ,
Lawrence eeh 67, 6o. Dak. 5L
mlnoMd 7 5, utler AL
St. Thomas .79 Lora 69.
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1Ml TY GRAYBON much ise would dull mind. with t, the set-up
.K Eports Editor I dIon't want tt be a colh eith- way for a teammu
er." through free. And D
N Dec. 22 l-4Wa 1 of those guys Who
Ieas mare DUE IS iS In 8 ball back to you, ,a
ki" t al% Pr as At ix f sessharpl
-k balb sra uAt Ix t ; ik'w 'ukeB ?wa:%ckly with I
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le library andread and far from a ment-foo for the basket.
w Year's Eve. gcon. Giving you a rough idea
df Seton a II of his mobility, he .runs tle Coach Honey Russ
the best college22 and 440 on.the track team. Chicao Bear ootba
dlA. He Is to the Rebounding s a natural thing land Rosenblooms'
N.J., school what for a guy of Dukes' height, and stickpt, says Dukes
Was to Kansas. the) spnting splres eentialIly he's had around, an
college name a scorer. He dumped In 41 points cludes his tours wit]
Madison square and rabhed 34 b u as Be- ftessionals.
grater. ten al RanMC t13Col-
ieto be, of all loge of Wilkes- Pa., 97-SL After seeing Duke
fi rst and a e poured po points. In an inclined to go along.
er after that. enasy Pirate victory over West Yet Duke Insists h
didn't come to exas State at the Garden. sake the backboards
ocheoster, N.Y., Makin him all the more val- stone.
k'.illJIIF. llpld .,. The game uablb, Dukes Is a one-man ban. ,
opportu.. When a loonsbales b g knan wPerha psacheckbob]-
A to _a degree. A ed around underneath; e is ian nl =cd.
or I Xconomics, out choice to bend over, stickmind.
ig fEm- out his telephone-pole length ,That's happened be.
i noe aes not 'rms and wrap a ham niand
bei ie i, pr oudenal around It. This Ic4 et iow In
e I sh prouder the score, but k ot _r
S-M'e 1000 points Dukes is especla T dama i play "4S'
S deored during h t college on defense. One of is't m
a ', Is to leap up when an oppos-I thO*W
Ing. bucket man begins to wheel
Dtb.a s to bjlMA 4 wyer, around for a pivot shot, slap a 'M 451
w -id *ttajn the ball s right Into the ar, Eay on.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is gafe" Abraham Lincoln. RAPI r, Mich., Dec.22t
TWENTY-EIGHIH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P.. MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1952 FIVE CbN t "o $5na0S0 ckyard wr
Sorphans o oov veterans to-
day to `prove to them there Is,
'Plush And Frills' In Navy I o 144haoe eterA from the c n. a
foiregtFrsa Pntlofald Doae the fifth .InnJr. fitayetoo
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WASHINGTON. Dec 22 iUP .ttEs. said the military has standardization of materials and its criticism of frills on the .. ere.
-P congressional subcommittee made "notable achievements' in f acihtles. Force and the Navy. The only lnstruqtlons they "".
charged today that the militarylcct-cutting since the big build- Hardy said a "sincere and dill- For example, it said the S abe are: "See that these hd mm ItF
services are wasting the taxpa mf program got underway in ,ent" effort by military planners Lellan Air Force Base-in C "av- hve ar Merry Christmat. tse
ers' money in their liant build- mrrid-1951. but still lhas a long way to carry out the recommenda- fornia is "air conditioned Staff Sgt4. Wilbur Lant;, 22, .-
ino. program and said they may to ~o. riunL would result in "large say- throughout" although a constant Waynesboro," Pa., Richard A. --- "0 .I g. e -.-N.. :
bo giving Congress misinforma- It made a series of recom- l-.,s to the taxpayers without temperature is needed only In a Lane, 24, New Carlisle, O., and CAIRO Dec. 22 (UP) The. XAy i ,.i fH te
tion" to get more. mendatlons for further econo- weakening our defense struc- few rooms housing. se"atve Victoi A. Scheuren, 29, Buc ktoei-.b. ked cablnet of r lee u o t losloe
SThe House group.headed by nits-inclutling a detp cutback Lurt. equipment. 0 Begh V., are doing just htt. Mohammed Na iA anI~ a.and
Rep. Porter Hardy Jr. (D-V. In frills and extras" and wider The group centered much of The marble steps loading to l.t, who originated .he a -Mcorruptiohn de v today "a years,
protested in a report that the ,ie ofta. it said, b re inca plkn, ~id members of his non-s 'hostoflalI-
59,000,000 Army. Navy and Air tiveOfits"visibleplushn-." commissioned officer's clubface ati y a somembersaolyp- aat s
Force building program in- Thes group s1id tarrack, nd a 'vey simple" Christmas party ies fromn-ulcl fe
.-udes too much -plush and X gnhe group ld.Wrcksi d'h e e .
mess quarters at theNavy'$M-oftheir own because of their mnh -
d barracgrim Ship G roundssiniCa."r" i of i hold- OFT now
frills." amet Air nation In Californ o h"reeration o SantaClaus."emrs of a -
0It said justifications ent to Toro Marine AirStatinalsoInenaftetqueriestoteVeter ministers themselVes were i e
Co'ngress for some projects ap- California, are 'leaFly Outaon als .AdMinration.J qr has chlV r lians e t ieswhih nued 4 tab t-
te o bedrou u W U frol stateswo are ore busofpoWerInterference in ow-
tff Lebanon W ith o. tns, who serve d overseas. te proea ft J tce, and. tail- t teoia -
ance them was obtained through It said the estimated cost per .Ta mllht say thW.preusenat recesesry outyt'sice, and.tail- .btthe oeo`4o a
"Inaccurate, incomplete or mis- an $2.0 at Miramar and are ret from San Claus', ure car aws. ther tnt
leading information 2,534 at El Torooompared wiP h N oli headquar~p nele Previously- -koldeIS f DUbl i finehie to
"This raises the serious ques- SI,807 at the Army's Fort Moa- 1A't too far. from meo i ffie have beenIme to pub, 'Affairs -od'by
tion as to whether the presentUBO Und. 0 H y L mouth, N.. La sid shment for .such lawInfringe- r. .ltiois to r3 "-u3
emergency is bein used to ob-f c The subcommitee objected to ws a degrees boIow *ro enta. ievU d their relatives. ".
t' ir, additional plant facilities the use of brick facing Go the w left." The refoema. d4ree lsit "s '
which are nice but not really ur- -- 0-- concrete b clk.al&of sho at *ialval Wednd, -the epaltles wMib. Ineie dim- The not. added -La the w
; ,ent." the sub-committee said. the Denvr ,Colk," Naval Air t- tgeant have become a~iual. frm pub1 was "worthy fofthe i ff t
It said for example that the TEL AVIV. Dec. 22 iUPl-'ILe mum capacity of the 12,546-ton tLion. red veterans of ChristLas *wIth 10 low of*aentary U agh it tyr S aOb It
Air Force put quick-opening au- French liner Champollion carry- Chamnollion was 441 passen- Other installatfln~, It said. ig misi slons-milgt of privileges -.and1 adv iteof e," o roteuon'-would e
tomatic doors on both the front ing about 100 passengers, in- gers and a crew of 227. have found that- "waterpoo tn our stretches i.near- ranks anddesratle m QtiIe; 'dolpld with tIStico. and -'
and rear of its hangars at Ham- eluding pilgrims bound for the Reports reaching th.e corn- paint" s 'a "satisfactory cor- by sh ing stores. *. Tt. also ca ls -or the returri of nne;' '
ilton Field, Calif., to permit al- Holy Land for Christmas. sent pany said no one was Injured in log. ..even" in wetweather." Shping is s rough when -
mnut instant take-offs in either a distress signal today after go- the grounding, and the ship Other bases visited included you're tnmpeting with experi- :
direction in case of enemy at- ing aground off the coast of was not leaking. Patrick Air Force Base, Fla: en di women in the. fhaal. rush .. .iC.. Jl -l
tack Lebanon In a violent gale. The company said the pas- .da piciaelaUy with 144 lids to rI IC
But it said the rear doors are sengers would be taken off so bJ orLants said. .
mostt useless because they are Messageries Maritimes, the they could continue their f we have' had little
backed up against a concrete- owners of the ship, said in Pails journey to the Holy Land in oportunty to mitet the cil-
faced dyke. the condition of the shin was time for Christmas. dren, leaVn wbentlases art. Ci n f
The investigators, who visited not serious. The Champollion was en route sesaion aFnotg utll F .e a T f
15 military installations in 12 The company said the maxi- to Beirut when it was driven I"** 1f st6 e hours tls i id. -'
onto reefs and sandbanks near aeinoper Hell t added.
the ancient Biblical town of "h Il. d.b- kna -.sU
Sidon, about 25 miles south of aboa ta -nr u TANGJGRs 61 tea- M
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Israeli naval headquarters at MIWAUlK" id Wis.. Dec 821 a p.w 'tiE -. t t w.
Haifa received the distress call (UP) Leo Hell. 58, w8a having it to -rt e lb. But-*,&vntaM oeo_ l a .
S-for immediate rescue trouble with his mother-in-law Eu 'ild .wll-rbcev it of, U ZofIne1 a li.
S opeiiations and sent tugs at today about arrangements for his t ebolehltcl. ean,.lhZn- waConvibctd 0'i.
Gift M agic once knowing Lebanon does not their wedding. I andl s
G if oncet knowing Leban on doHell at retired bus driver, had dier supertlton of t hw spas and sbfltenei to. thrMet 1t ?.
possess tugs powerful enough plmamned to wec Mrs. Emma Wa-per itendent. oeorge&e e.l
m But according to reports re- t"1an topy*e bought fa hr sidney ley, 2, ch
ceehorite herefused th e Lebanese aun- R s. Waterman.. o- dresn, 4011, lw sn3-.a ed on twh counts orf g cml o t
r' "~~~ I~o ~~em ntIsraeli naval tugs e to enter the 1eced to some of the details. setWs i.,10 .ates.i slad-a Ol I the awr h ackin. o
Israeli naval tugs to enter ter- hanid!W *ha4 W:worth A of t A i;e gl
ritorial waters of the Arab state. oro thing, he I saihe lds*aed. iPel a% kit w from the Dutch Mditr r bnW d
didn't f the pub it r ro- said. C.oro the dh"
thet OWa ttt '' : '... Comblnatie in the .,< 1wf S
Standing by just outside terri- mance I attracted. :- last October torshipt thes
ri f ^ ^ Btorial waters while negotiations the remonye 8 t The ale the %5 re- DurmR the rital the- p ... others. w carru t .
proceeded. theceremny therroeby. spent hobbyb a h -e.h ter t..r compared tt e ct wl h t cy on to tet.i u t Wt ate ..
mrigpefre dTug Racing To Save alatproedbMS up ticC i a
e- Paley w tried beTke
Ia Gross. a Justice in "'irba --. t : a
Gaih and or- b.. tb pe ie consular eourt. Pte e '.ley was Ic
iG ranvrleobehe.le where he and hd 1to Milton lIemlich AsId.Aty,_ flnt. andiV- .
Mrs. Waterman's hu ba.d died the "b -t- that the tb ~Il bsionMs pt .. .Fl- "i
Tole and Aground On Reef etwoyearsago. -gte r me.re 'es caseWoul4d .to
SL 'HONOLLUU Dc, 2 '- Dee.r ?of marriage.Q., ....4
.The-HOcan-ULing tug no sailed 'Hei has a ,14-year-Old son, mU .'I w oo bd'
Friendship's Ga.rden) Theocean-who would become Mrs ..Water- ade hri d
toward a conml reef off Midway man's stepson as well at her 'A tape "i "kade hn And
Sachet Tables, Island today to aid the 7.198-ton' mans p weer the' to, be peace on earth and
la box Military Sea Transport Service tea would beconie is ormer t aken 1 t e asli5 Meil s a p- led h ,
tanker Quartette, aground on wife's stepf father, M f r. T .*e ] a et
the teef and in danger of sinking Mrs. W itermanwoil-.$ say -- bl" :' ..... .. f
44 Mrs.cWatermaniwolkble sesayn a0 bell
aoad.It s e ted tiaw d the tug e.-. "Htu .
would reach the crn sh scene in c ad -ieS I0- 2" tiig
four and a half days. a crowd of euriositv A u ,.23
Rad io messages f rom th e Neither Hell nor MAL Water- rNHLOW-
Quartette i smashed u0 ould dscM r ro- 8l20ea.m, 2:20 a.m.k -c
.the reef yesterday in rough seas 8:52 p. 42 p.. T t
SathSl was being battered by winds of
(alsoUavalaobie up to 2m knots.' ,si i ""
pin Old Spicel' AUplaaille sea nd air facili-' m '
ties of tie- iHawailan Sea Fron- -'i'
To letW tater (4 oz.)tierihsaearch and rescp. service i.
lot'" -v- aavabi. ien Old Spi) were. thrown Into 'the race .. A"ed
7' against tiid-Pacific waves, bat- "
." -tering the tanker. "': ':"
cakeos LfoTdiletThe Navy Msid the Victory-
oke of Toilet a type ship went aground on Pearl At.9a.-
land Hermes reef at 1:12 pv.M.
iIT Tl',? .reef is about 90 miles east "..
of Midway. O E
The ship was en route to '. .
western Pacific ports from Ho-T ofu.02.11
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