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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00241
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00241
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t o n Lslility of a meeting between the .

by Elsenhower appeared surwpr .WASHINGTON, Dec. 26 (UP) Diplomoticg
c* to rem n at suspected proogandu instead of peactas .
VMa'or the time-being. be d Soviet Premiw Stalin's statement thi
ai-. The President-elect was asked: ,. meet." i with President-elect Eisenhowera
he Iae "General, did you read the re t,
tonad nt I. A t remiler tin the NewoldY kes t "av hly, diplomats here were skeptical oF-l
pa i effort to 7S M and to the war* in tea doe ni tht Russia is "interested" in ending the I
think thabat h es or hndiof his protestations of Russia's desire to
mer 0 Rol leA e.eeable to-a meeting w te" with the United States.
..IV tMOshier ofu o'. Secretory of State designate John Foster Fit
S C tber .l' have an'yh1n4 to yo f tking. with Eisenhower, that if SMi
e.rat h onin I ass otf" pet prposils they wil be "se"
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Aet murder of Manue Tlu
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urd stat 1948. He said then
was w11ulE to meet President
mIa to discuss peace.
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I i "eign Minister
i to work out
t e(of the.meeting.
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qrtoa bureauu addressed
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By Victor Uiesel

The criminal underworld w.
THIS IS TOUR FORUM THE READERS "WN COLU.N combine with the communi
underground as it has in tl
past unless the seemingly laet
SI to clean u. those unions whk
Share as corrupt as the Longshore
Sn men's Association and those pa
-lo itical leaders to whom tt
.The Mel Box is on open forum to readers of The Panama Amesr unions have supplied money
ican. Letian are recei-ed gratefully and are handled 4i n wholly conf- manpower and an aura of/prc
dential maenme, gressiveness.
It vyn contribute a letesi don't be impatient if it I a'ppea the The ghoulish combination (
meax day. Lette.s are published in the order received .crooks and Communists began i
Please try ie keep the letters limited to one page lielth the late twenties when the Conn
Identity ot lete. writers is held on strictest confidence. munists brought "Little Augie
This newspaper assumes ni responsibility flo statements as opinions and the mobs' financier, Arno
expressed in letters from readers Rothstein, into labor in an efro
e to set up a base in America'
unions. Since then the Uliaso
RULES OF RODMAN between the mob and the MVI
Sir. has weakened-but remained a
Thank God for the Mail Box and our constitutional rights of live enough to result in the Mar
a tree press! I der, Inc, slaying of anti-Comr
Just a iewv months ago our Dick Tracy, Master of Arms at munist Carlo Tresca.
4tedwap, surprised the world by his genius o. being .aMe to ae~er- Now the New York watrfron
inte. the speed of a vehicle while sitting in his pick-up smoking probe once more spotlignis thi
a bis pipe. A lot of employes were accused of speeding in such horror on the docks controlled
a manner. Of course he is just the Charlie McCarthy part ol by the AFL's :ongshoremen. An(
the Security Offices and lumps and talks when the wires are something new has been added
pulled. An international angle. The for.
The latest thing now is in our 1953 inspection of vehicles for mer American Ambassador tc
a sticker to enter the Rodman Naval Station. If your tires are Mexico, William O'Dwyer, is
near-bore tyet about 15,000 miles left on them P, you must get new shown to have failed to prose.
tires or no sticker. Yet, a good many of the Navy vehicles tires in cute the mob boss, a man know
the same condition. There isn't a State in the Union that de- as the Murder Inc. killer, Alberi
mands that. Canal Zone with the speed of 40 miles per hour con- Anastasia.
alders any tire safe until a part of the fabric Is showing. Yet, we Our ex-Ambassador he could
here at Rodman with our top speed limits at 20 mites an hour not have prosecuted Mr. A. be.
-have to have new tires. Just how silly can one person get? cause this specific murder, th
Another item that I believe is against our. constitutional garroting and dissolvingJn lime
rightist that to obtain a sticker, besides your new tires, you must of a waterfront activist, Peter
possess Panama driver's license. Why is this? Panto, took place in New Jersey
Can understand a driver's license for the Canal Zone but Just Says Mr. ODwyer, now safel)
who would want to take the chance of driving an automobile in old Mexico, he (O'Dwyer) was
down Central Avenue. confined to Brooklyn as county
The latest wrinkle in getting your Panama driver's license is District Attorney, And the world
that you must have a complete physical examination including a is supposed to believe that thi
blood count before obtaining this license. Just what is our 15th is the 'perfect murder case
Naval District doing about this latest order? which O'Dwyer talked. about sc
,-. Johnnle Morale. much, the case which failed be-
______cause of Ick of Jurtsdiction, and
thus gave the most methodical
COFFEE ON THE HOUSE private executioner in the coun-
Sir: try his freedom to protect the
I read in the Mail Box under your heading "REDUCTIONS" nation's mobsters and terrorize
the letter by "Morale is Low" telling of the shocking Christmas American industry and labor.
present in the form of reduction in force notice. But this is NOT the "perfect
I hope the Governor sees this letter, because I know that the murder case" O'Dwyer actually
supervisors are taking advantage of the workers, referred to. That "perfect"case
They give me reduction notice to part-time of 30 hours a week was the street slaying of a man
to break the morale of all the workers in the coffee plant of the called "Molshe" Diamond. who
Commissary Mount Hope Plant. had learned too much about An-
I know one of the reasons why, It is because the boss gives astasia ana Lepke, brains of
his friends coffee every day and saves them a nickel by not hav- Murder, Inc. That murder took
Ing to buy at the check shed. That is why the coffee plant is place in Brooklyn as Diamond
runniuag n the "Red." The boss makes coffee every morning and was going to w ork one morning,
evening and the general manager says it is O.K. Furthermore, otr ex-Ambassat
Very funny, one of the local rate fellows was fired the other dor had a non-accdmplice cor-
day for beer somebody hid n the rest-room. The Court said the roborative witness who could
man Is not guilty, but the boss fired him. Who is going to fire have damned Anastasia.
the boss for taking the coffee and giving it to his friends, or is That witness, gruesome off-
that legal? That is the reason why they put us on 30 hours part- spring of dingy slums, Abe Reles,
time again to make up for that loss. never got testify. He fell, or
[ *etS 25 on mY Day check and have to by goftee. T =b jumped, or wa push outof a
and h& friends get way up there and have -O fe on-r% ir1, Wtidow in th ESSe qteo
Thirsty. right under hea police guard
But why didn't O'Dwyer haul
him before a Grand Jury before
SAnswer to Previous Puzzle he fell Or was pushed?
The record will show that 0'-
S Screen ActreSS Dwyer never permitted Reles to
Appear before the Grand Jury on
iO ONTAL 4 New G ea the Diamond case. One of O'-
BOIZONTAL 4 New Guinea Dwyer's aides simply said that
S Screen actress port the chief, O'Dwyer, wouldn't let
Torrest Yards (ab.) Reles go up before the jury
4 She is a Entangle which believed Reles to be a re-
performer 7 British money liable witness.
I Partsof a of account M Yet, Bill O'Dwyer told the Ke-
stair 8 Ballot fauver committee that he was
13 Playing cards oRoman road told during his investigation of
14 dow legally 10 Domestic slave the Diamond murder "that An-
S New York 12 Avers astasia not only arranged the
island 13 Former 26 Sketch 41 Arabian details of the crime but he had a
16 Masculine Russian ruler 28 Facility 42 Learning conversation In his home in the
appellation 18 Footlike part 29 Asseverate 43 Wading bird presence of Reles."
17 Wallaba 20 Idolizes 30 Layer of stones45 Greater There is much more. O'Dwyer
19 Before 21 Fairy fort (Scot.) quantity said he had other witnesses and
20 Changed 22 Daybreak 34 Tendencies 46 Eternity (ab.) went into lon and confusing de-
24 Scottish 3 (comb. form) 35 Auricle 47 Scatters ed a witness died mysteriously
youth 23Fears 37 Down (ab.) 49 East (Fr.) andthemaw n i trepuriosl
yT Mountain 24 Young girl 38 Malayan 50 Legal point and the man with the reputation
SMountain 25 Rorded pewter coin 52 Greek letter of not knowing how many mur-
nymph 25 R.orded pewter coin 52 Greek letter ders he nas been charged with
31 Obliquely proceedings 40 River islands 53 Snooze now lives the life of a retired
i : oof edge 1 n1 milonairt suburbanite.
33Heavenly i s With his weird record, how did
body O'Dwyer get to be Ambassador to
S4Pste a nation which ia in one of our
Cut with a w most/ sensitive international se-
8mlarter; .curity zones, in a capital which
Tapers s -the Soviets thought of so highly
T40 pi 1 er t00" they set up their "little Comtn-
Ara ban calip- tern" atomic espionage and sab.
John*G Ic) otage headquarters t;ere for the
S9 -|Western Hemisphere (including
SCanada). Constntine Ousman-
t- sky ran it out of the Mexico City
in a I Soviet Embassy. Obviously 0'-
thriller by Dwyer. was unsuited for the post,
Louis w which required winning prestige
tvenmfo- fo fr the U.8 amidst most forml-
S*llmie -dable enemies.
I O'Dwyer got the job because
I h xedly Democratic boss of the Bronx,
W- -, 1 Ed Flynn, went down to Preal.
S, jjs ient Truman and sold him the
i r i"" W. P' I ^ ^ *' ; ~dea.
T' v nTCAu -That is Mr. Truman's versialon
I ie r I Jf it. And so O'Dwyer .t &
I. tal ".iverno | c ,:chance to get beyond th sj
SiMutring of diction of the It. The a a
eps 1 cuase never cracked. Hat .
ripped open, the natlmiu Y
.. might have fallen a .?
- tainly the

iou W if told. Yet such -s as
t TO l and th wose who at rhi
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,national and lntermat
He 6' long did it take tons. Why?
Because they bad tht
youto court your wife? manresy union. i
unions would shut
and their leaders wtiB

It's ie name with advertising I s-laden and tt w
I T au'ti win customers with tue opporswa.
mayoralty races, sud
a-M d.. you've got to "call Culdstein and idwar
Ecw York, were a
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commissioned office -Bat
his rider .in th- Il.CO
keep down. the nmiler dt gd
rlt f- the Pgntagon.
happened, howeverA
Shave been cut back m
officers of lower ranks, while
higher officers of flag and gener
mained unchanged.
The Army has been hit hardest
r 'a there are icomplnies being
hlutenants, who should be capta
promotions for heroism and oce
Ihip int combat were common in

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to.d 0 make above limited numbers, in certfts'ftO I It
ts..,tkB was provides that for the fiSal yar 1950, en
6ti p- July 1, no funds in the def-tasi rlr.tton4t
R. Da- shall be usedfor th pay ot.eom& oned .
in excess of percentages of the avege sftr
C."e of each service, aast forth n tb I s.
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a month, only as vacancies ocur. -'. tthw .. to flve- S
I dIrl Ii nth AtlAzt!q7
This hurts morale. And it makes the yQ&i Pris. i to
officers think that they are being discrtW U to say that
against by an unappreciative Congress bt leaves a v r
home. s AO the A more than ca
AIR FORCE FABES BETTlBTHMAN AR It prevents ot0n of fIR eet-nos to- ,.t
The Air Force hasn't bWee hit as brd as the 'rank except Cancles occur.
Army, as yet. The reason aI that the Air Fotee .
is expanding, and its perce ages of Officers of The Air FU0ete with a strength of -fi o to
various ranks go up with tI_7crease la strez tw. y. 1 and a theorized t-
But Air Force spokesmen ti* Wayast 4$J'1 limited in et o a
If the Davis rider is contUist. It ave stOlm at strength. This
B-29's commanded by ts neMtuar.I" Inctease a
The Navy ha been bit.; hard bx tyhe. Deavi (t Mardh 1. a .
rider that it has ataally.ib a to, redi ls, rAtt-n avy with a st aOft ?
some mo two-strglle- howing tbIt'PtA(it l1.his scheduled4
back to stripe -and a- utenats, jeu t.
grade. '. n
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ampoye a R loK,.tage ofnt.
the tot..l a f .; ..:.

W- h ilven them a ride.
nftn t dled their *stry.
S-contended he left Miami,
a *a hobo on an Atlantic
taat. Line train and that he
was, discovered by a tzalnman
and put off at Petersburg.
Rogers was convicted qf first
degree murder on Aug. 17, 1943,
and was sentenced to death. The
Sta, Supreme.-Court of Appeals
uphda the aetenee.
R oirs' -court-appointed at-
torn~ y . Cooley of -eters-
bug, .also believed his client il-
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HOLLYWOOD. INEA, Hol- And these lines completed
* e4lywooo's 1952 howls: Marilyn mith Marilyn Monroe's lines:
iMunroe. television, inflation and "The best way for her to keep
jJha,uie Ray jokes dominated h ,I youth Is not to introduce h'n:
Hollywood's 1952 Laugh Parade. t" anybody."
Marilyn was a subject the come-: "Clothes can make a girl int'_ r
dians just couldn't resist for ob -...rial success if they allow h'
.vuils reasons tor he seen in the best places."
SThere was the RKO publi.,itv Science-fiction movies hit tl i
S man who v alked down one of tihe b"x-office jackpot In 1952 and .
stldio streets with Marilyn anid k riler went to a movie produce
later was asked- "Hey, who w Ias,wltp this novel Idea: "It's a re
'trlt girl with vou who was vwalk- n,,nce. Boy meets girl. Bov l]oei
;.iyr so horizontally'' Girl. Boy Builds Girl."
And it was Jack Bennv who And it was Red Skclton. ta'..
Pmaid: "Marilyn reminds me of a lir- about a new movie star';'
telephone switchboard. When h. said:
*she walks all her lines are busy." "She graduated from high
Marilvn cot in a few fast l1 ies school last year and was vote,'
lher.elf Like when she went to "The Girl Most Likely to."
thp hospital ior an anpendecto- ----- .---- -
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i2htie addressed to her tir UTH MILLETT Says
doctors. It read:
"Please only take what voj
hIve to." Writes a worried mother: "Our
S Jcseph Cotten. In the motie 15-year-old daughter doesn't
S "-Niagara." told about his first -
Niagara. told about his first care a hoot about how she looks.
meeting with Marilyn. "What anl Because she isn't really pretty. I
eveful," he enthused. "She was think it Is very Important for
.wearing a dress cut so low in her to start when she is young
; frnt yuo could see her knee- to make the most of her looks.
c ap.." "Her father thinks I am beinr
lust silly about this. His com-
-TV LAUGHTER mert is always the same 'Ohil
let her alone. She'll be worrying.
There were as many TV lokis atout her looks soon enough.'
as TV aerials in Hollywood: "Which of us do you think i.
A couple pointed out Red Skel- hIoht?s"
ton walking along a Beverly HillsI
.street to their video-mindedi You are certainly right in
four-year-old. "Gosh. he's real:'. ,ninking that looks are of great
the halfpint excl a ime d. "I importance to a woman and that,
thought he was a puppet." it is even more important for a
A movie queen suggested to her rather plain girl than for a
agent that he try to et her hu-j-, pretty one to make the most o0
band on the "What's Mv Lin what nature rave her.
..ahow in which experts guess at I But. perhaps, your husband has
the professions of contestants the feeling that you are nagging
"They'll never guess." seat your daughter about her
anarled, "that he does nothing.j carelessness and making her un-,
Then there was this dctfinlion hapny without getting any re-
of a baby-sitter: "Someone yuu sults.
pay by the hour to watch televi-'
Fred Allen earned an aginz
western star, brought back b; If that is true you may need to
TV. not to make another pictu.e approach the whole matter from
'or the Indians'll get you." :, different angle.
Tne summer season came to Instead of criticizing your
TV and video alley laughed at. daughter for not paying more
"He looks like a summer re- attention to her looks. try cornm-'
plaeament for a test pattern." plimenting her whenever you,
A movie star's tot turned down.cn a, and get your husband to do
an invitation to spend the night ;th same. "
at another child's house with: "I Pemark that blue does some-
haie to stay at home and see n- think for her eyes. Or that vel-
o'd movie on television. Maman' low highlight. her hair. Notice
third husband is in it." hen her choice of color com-
On the inflation subject was bLnations is pleasing.
the housewives' lament: Too And tell her quite frankly how
much month left over after Ute important looks are to a woman
en- of the money, all her life.-
This sign appeared in a Bever- You might even try giving her,
1:- Hills meat market: -Please a demonstration of how you
Don't Ask Prices Let's Remain ,,.oild look without rareful
Fl' nd mlke-up, neat grooming. flatter-
A the Mocambo .somncboiy ini colors. etc. It might come as
paid: "Money doesn't tali thrse .quitc a shock to her to learn how
atys--it goes without saying." carefullyy you aid and abet nature,
q' J- s Bob Hope who noticed to make yourself and tt'actfli--
the first sign of spring in Holly- looking woman, especially if you
wood-"those little green things have always made an effort to
started poking their heads out of look your best even around home.
Bing Crosby's wallet." You are right in thinking it is
People refused to believe tnat.:a mistake to let a girl grow up
dollar bills carry germs on the c.iring nothing about how she
theory that a germ couldn't liv.' 1 Icks. For she will eventually pay
on r dollar bill today. 'In" it in dissatisfaction witti-hr-
Juhnnie Ra'- cried and people A Church Affair
laughed at:
A newsreel theater marquee MILAN. Tenn. (UP) -- Bol'
whirh read: Cox. a deaco gt he',ite"ap.
"Latest Ficod Pictures Also, list Church I-e. w -resteo
Jahnunie Ray." "'. r. arkino violation on corn-
A bobby-soxer walked into a p.alnt of Henry Martin. a fellow
music store and asked for some (leaton. and fined by Judge!
Bav records. The clerk beamedIFloyd Burrow, who Is chairman:
.1d said: "A quart or a gallon)"' of the church's deacons.

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Mlddlemas, Mr. and Mrs. John
)NLY c. Kernick, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Pullr, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
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Mr. and Mrs. H. A. L. Finlason,.of Cartago, Costa Rica,
celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with a reception
Dean at the Margarita Union Church Tuesday evening.
Sl'The reception was preceded by a simple and impressive
r n, .service ina he Church auditorium, with Reverend Henry Bell
A offieating. Mrs. John Brown played a piano prelude of ap-
propriate music and accompanied Mrs. Caleb Clement who
sang "I Love Yoq Truly" and Mrs. Clara Barber who sang "O
Meg Promise Me."
vastw.. lCalla lilies with standing ca.- B Ender, Mr. and Mrs. 0. F.
lelabras and lighted tapers and Hanike, Captain and Mrs. E. B.
Site flowers on the altar, w.'ee Raliter. Mr. and Mrs. C. Chul-
Iused in the church decorations. iJ., Misses Carmen Grimildo,.
,.AI t 'Mrs. Finlason wore a corsage Susie Jaen Vilma Sasso, M. Ja-
ntry.I o ~ ro1,o of poai gladioli. as she and Mr. pal and C. P. Lee; Messrs. Oscar
S p* p ham Finlaon received their guests In Dejarano, A. Berrio. A. S. De-
Imnl S n kh reception room. Castro. V. A. Garcia, Trevor Si-
i at. Large arrangements of gold ifons, E. A. Beliz. E. Berrio. C.
t. a.nd white calla lilies an. Lold C. Magdaleno, V. Mizrachl, A.
gladioll. from Costa Rica, were V.Williams. A. E. Magh. and from
n t -sed i n the decorating of the Panama City. Mr. and Mrs.
R," tJ :' APp WG e ellarge room. Oa the walls were John O. Gorin, Mr. and Mrs.
S 1 <4 ost lnibeae gls yaouna earf t dad ,fwns of green and gold palm E. Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs. 0
oM a Iathe ne st I.'onds with gold ribbon. Paredes. Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
of Mr. and Mro.. rluAornecv LcoklnR for new ways to getn eggs, 1% cups canned apple The "bride's table" h!d an Mouynes and Mr. J. Jacomc.
o Gal mboa tor, Christmas pna .a yeour menus Then*tpl o lauce. I/le ter 4three-tiered wedding cake. beLau-
Holidays. these wo eaureup melted butter. 34 fully decorated and enrcled At 2:30 p.m Santa drove up
Miss Linette MComb corn mealo flour sun i th gold gladioli. On the buffet the hill and all of the children
Is Visitor E 'Apple Cocnut Pastries ar, salt ad baking powder. Ee table there was a large gold '"50" followed him to receive presents
SpMm neT h daughter e s add Wi apple sauce. t made in cake form. from his bountiful sack. Gaits
UuaO dau e e :d Wttp lle r A t e s auce.o nm ehu h p e e a were also distributed to the adult
of Mr., andu n 4.p a Motta of Use your pasitry 1 "Ipackage ud0tL blended. Add melted butter The reception was given by tle est a ds.red oe
Pahhma ve, gently to e crust mix, 7 or 8 l rge sum-iand mrlk; ix well. Drop by children of the honorees and
nd the r holidays mer les, red and slicedpoonfuls on hot riddle, spread-her wives and husbands. These Critma tii for
Wh her l b Miss Mota thn. u bOwn uar, l thin. tunn to brownther os n san, Th t maste
SHatteinds e l Junior a s h .e- nae rvolthi n. "Ceotret were: Mr. and Mrs. J.W.B. W HallS V visiting Family
ate .the. Prliff wort1a0,0 ptane a o r ai200en. r w01rth ot e hot with syryp Mr. and Mrs. John Finlasoa, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Wong

Can' 1a0r1: d bman6rm. : oon butter o Nr mrgar, or, for V".prinkle witand Mrs. Frank Finlasone and enie retained with a buffet slippr
S 1 m.. moit-peck hredded"coo- ru'ar and .v With lemon JuaceMirn Louiss t Filason.r Also press ent attheir homers Monday even

Ne Yr'ne At n C. cugin granule sat ed .e . with the children and rad- ~Mrs Mr aVnd Mrso Peter S. Gold-
N iarr ea reaI e, ai. yAt'a Guard dehildren was Mr. James Wood. Ing. who were recently married '
nation i miare now beinghrr o thfM la.e eo inw the hnil. t Arirat
epI fOr ai New Year's Eve lhne Jet y roll pan (16 x t10 x i s aled theem at their werlad t
th e hdo p t o ines or asl. Gid in e .. wbh took place at B ath The guests were: Mr. an EMrs.
fp. held at the b. For nches) with Pastry. C A church, St. Thomas, eJaom ca r .'Aexander Lir. parents fif the
music 3 th begin a :Club. Formal. brow sugar ianp clnnao i BW.l.. with the en v. John Bow hanuree. Miss Joyce Lowe. Mrs.
..be art 10e0p.he ere rdier aver rarnles e- Dot LL. nofficiatinge on De o 23 1902. Au.osta Leon, M isses Arin Au-
a tailob vid ,byeInd, im.itter or marareiee mina e. i ho t Or I h1Mr; .and Mrs. Finlason arelrora and Alice Lin. MissGer-
bel of the at Hs 07l e ,.45 degrees F., 2. minutes LaUe blessed. with five children, "fin t-udde Chong. Mrs Alvin Lim,
a ser-hme .Coe" coconutt geranulenated ."teen grandchildren, and tivo len Mers. Victor Mizrachi and An-
m "t dn esugarl.na beaten. e R t and MILWAUfKEE. De (UP) great-gradchildren. most ocf dre t Lim.
rcn lre eab y Fpread over apples. Lower The Coast Guiard abandconed.ts w-r cm were present Taesday
D Tonight heat to moderate, ,350 degrees 'isarch yestordty .fjr aarStgf evening. Mr. Andrew Lim was surprised
l7 ion Club an bake .15 minutes lone, .liend traspprt plaae hmI During the evening Mrs Gi- with a birthday cake and con-
The wll be dancing tonight When g cut into pieces. dovm In Lae Michta an a. ee made .a few short p- lptulations on his natal da.
at th American LeiHon Club In Force and c ivil'Air Patro eV- 'orhonte reesrT i e and mrertntod
the or At members Apple aueCrnM Gldle rmanedin the area .... honorees with a gold The annual Christmas Eve
th t .'ebrsac fCowl.Mealt from the .or ithe glat f rom the rtv- (or the members of their
of the Club, aI t r uests. Cakes astGuardsi ..a ind ea
.'14 servings) .T9Coast Guard said...bad ro ndsop,.onI vl was held following mass
Summit 11l1s; Party weather t aed it to gi w .w the.lMrs. -Sanevrisdd presided at hn t t evening b o Mr. and M. s
A gala combination. Christmas One cup yellow corn meal, .1 eauthr for t te plane which t4ie irde's cake, Miss Jot Finla'- Tritv E Wong of Colon.
and New Year's party is being eu,) sifted all-purpose flour. 2 min-Ing with two men aboard hoa .a. daug db tet had chprge A buffet supper was served.
held at the Sumlult'Hills Golf tableapocips sugar,'_% teaspoQn High waves tossed the 'cf At...uest bqikand Mrs John
and Country Club -tomorrow at salt, 4 iaspoons bakingpowder, and ifeboati,-about on the-r'I a o.erved the pdnch,o n
music, dancingT andhaMestiese/n craft when the temprur :-of t 'm church played a back-t En loulea to StatesO
areti same, but niot allof the at- O BTRE dropped late, yesterday morning. roll of soft music durin:. the T. and Mrs. Fred Wroblc of
tra cos planned. n everybody FOR BETieR SER, C A Coat Guard amphibious ree Aion., t] e Coco Solo Naval Station. csil-
welcome, nd In .the e ng year cafl one ,,laxie returned to its Travers CI- E r ed .I uesdav on the "Goethal:s"
I f the foliowingyer Ncal ne tMich.- aseas the .aas .a *Wm Entertpin f..r New York. They will rdriv. to
303'. Guard "sec' red all c.,,' it "Cu~a ny ~ Chicaro to visit their families he-
n ; Pant": 2-2009,. 3-0136 noon yestea after a day
A.srt :.siDn of the missing Lockl.t .'Ada d h a hfet duty

sr e. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND Electra. .I- thein d ence at n1inner Party Honors
h 1. and 1 as EeEW' '.ffaned Couple f
Sof .4 lifeboat from th~e Rach st ....0th Mr.and Mrs. Anthony Ray-
S. 99.0O COast ,Guo4 tats n SSW and the chiden of Brazos imcnd of Brazos Heights, save Rah

al. Coast Guard al o adenc tram x. Bookout. Jr.
I es.: Palatal 3-3163- search of the lake w copt- tmhlu eon! A UrP 'rst-
eOd. -. 2313 nav tree,. decorated fireplace
alld ot.e beautiful decorations
_eeus ed t residence. d

Cg l Roio 12 whtdele-G A L A group of friends. were alM,
12 wa"np rrebent for the festivities. These
.=6' .wm New nd-d-. ,v -'ng with 1lwere: Mr. and Mrs. Bertram OF

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AL. Stag Dinner
At the Townshends
Captain and Mrs.. f '
shend, of New Crtstobalr..
fortunate in having two Eo4
sons with them for CM
dinner yesterday.
John Townshend arritvet.
day on the Cristobal, fr lW
day visit witn his pal".o .
will leave by plane on J*.l
to return to his studies at
inson University at Car*t
Mr. Alan Townshen& -U
brook Field, was at
brought with him the ,ofd
friends: Meu&rs.
Lnng. George Moden,
Richword, James Ll tle'
Burns. Henry Firdel and'
Nixes Spending
Christmas in Balboa
Mr. and Mrs. CarlNxffA
t,7im. are spending the .
v.ith their son and dau .
Inw. Mr. and Mrs. Larry IB.
Gala Christmas Party at *
Davis Service Club .
The annual Christmas
was held at the Fort Da's
ice Club Tuesday evening.
Smi-formal affair was att"rt
by the O.S.O. girls and a O:
Croup of officers and ther.1
The ballroom was bM l
decorated for the cd
a fourteen foot tree 1ff gr'
dl of the room. The kt_;
treated in the form of '4
dimensional Christmas e t
snowv scene contained ; .
illuminated house with a'
and life-size snow rmMa
veard. A canopy of fed.
white streamers covered
The head table, at w-ff
ruests were seated. 'was 'oA
with: an Army and Navy
and centered with fil ver
labras with red tapers 9l=
Music for dancing wa
ed by the 60th Army Ba .d,
Ladies of Chinese Goloan .
Visit Guerrero Hospital A.:"
On Monday the ladies
Chinese Colony in Colon
Ine Amador Guerreo'
with gifts of cake and
patients In the charity WM

Royal King Geo*
Lodge To Install,
New Officers
The Royal King 6eor teji'
No. 17. Grand Lodge ofame
will hold installation of oU
for the January-December
term at the Morning Star
Hall tomorrow at 7:. p. m,
to the
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. .Wrie AkeohlinAs Aten"ymius. Bw only court In Sbintao Clara with an
-- .. FOR sALE -1951 Oldsmobile 4 door l01 Anes. C. Z. Oceanview from all cottages. Steps .
F-e .E '. L "ed ir. lam-c sTatco er DOG CLINIC HOSPITAL, Dr. A. to beach; Rock Gas, refrigeration, It costs do lr t po
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^,.r., it.. 3ri- cJ e .; ,.4. Buick Chevrelet Estudeante Street 140. Between romlich Sonto Clara bemch,. aWsth M Ott -. E .r..
c jf l-- < *,n co.ers radio, nen.l, J arid '"K" street. Phone 2-3479 Cr est. 1a S N 0 W CIE h Anen Lttn's h f ani
S- .FOR ALE 950 Black Bu.c Panma. moderate rates. Telephone W h thAeynn tht g's hO rl fami n6a
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teirc. v ,e ,_-,-ie' e : D. ,, free -95-8. La Boc rooad Casino Santa Clara, Dance music by Ask. for descriptive folder :tu. twice in Oamfbos where itt
o ,,, p.. orge ,g.,a- ,.,,- e .r 27. Balbc.o Mit.ellanons Casino Aces. No reservations n-e and color chart lniftltand-efog Ip their genuilt
tr Fr.ee lamp., ~t J: cessary. Saturday and Sunday. DUtch cuatom. In the
La.,,'"r,. C1 O" R SALE -1950 Nash 4 door e FOR SALE: Piano upright grand and GEO. F. NOVEY, INC. t.'s sleh itself, ta
.g.l..... . elenr mechancol condton excellent condition'. Magc Chef R nta le t ll
FOR `-ALE -- Peru,or. ables r.e ul, nci paid. 1.450. gas stove, refrigerator Coldspot. r F RI r S central e.
coitale-ible oIarge T. o e', d Smeot & Pereds S. A. Sears kerosene range, girl's bi- Houses -- 01
tablet with ,hel. One N,-.t Tables Buick Chevrolet cycle, youth s bed, stroller, baby
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mattress. s. .g .rngle bed .nner- H.:.use 30. 50th Si Bella V.sia c6mpleie Also Meissner VFO with Espa ia final, white house, beside .
spring mattress. sor,.g Twto yc.uh or call Balboa 5178 after 6 p. m NBFM. Phone Coco Solo 8584. Radio Miramar., 3.1.11i
beds. mFtteS Large ordi O ALbe E. ol.-... -' FOR RENT;- New house in a'" HERES
'139-B. urunidu. C Z sedan, leather upholstery, W-s-W FOR SALE Cumbres. Completely furnished -
39-B un --. excellent mechanical cond- with hot water. Tel. Gomboo 105. 71 Aits e W eeli i f.k MlSl
rFOR SALE- -- ahgnelephone tr. duty not paid SI 550. Motorcvclee .... T1L 1 CA P .Mag
FOtable, and chairiahogth tc-amrrubber m ck P el .A FOR SALE: Motorcycle 19 5 1 FORCRENT
seat House -42f0-A. Dablc __ -_c evrel Triumph Speed twin. Excellent
O b..for dOR SALE-Kelv.nator, Refrigerator. condition. Must sell. Con be seen y,
FORSALE -Set bomoo Shades t 60 cycle BRecently Ducoed at house 714-D El Prado, Balboa 'ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS Shpn mOing. ttoragu. TOday, sda- DeeM..26
nel Tran $8 OC 20 0 M. D.,nng- -C. rwo and five room furnished and W o Irate or move PJ .
rooi chairs. $2 00 each Q M. FOR SALE: -- 4 burner gas slo.e unfurnished apartments; private i pWn d 1 i zprate- o mov : ""
single bed and mar ress. IC'00 0 good condition reasonable. 2141. PERSONALS closed gardens. 8061. 10h Street. art Pbone 2-2451, .: or IPra
irnetoN-O N A L S nfu rnisted. apar tens. 8prIM ate .ot o ln yth ,nk. '!-.bne 2-24 41, 8:30 -
Lbrary Table metal'. 8.00 B. Curundu, 83-5244. GEORGE D. BARB, JR.. H. E.-Hu.- ew Cristabol. Telephone Colon i-201: ParMh:. 4:q. l4 t Words
buffet, metal. B 50 141 8- FOR SALE -1950 DeSoro De Lu,,e man Engineering Swedish Ch,-386. 1 4.l 01-toa & tA- Re
Carr Sr Tel. -13 I Coupe 2 tone, rodo, new ,ire, roproxis. Corrective Adjustment of FOR RENT:--One large apartment o -- 4!0-,it '- MWlrte
NIuon and leather upholstery, duir, the Body Structure., No. 11, 7th or two duplex apartments,. unfuc- '. a 5:1SI. LISM ON=THE AIR.C-S
WANTDN nor po.d, excelent condition. St.. Telephone 2-3833. 8 a. m nished. For further details call Co- (A*...4t l tw .
SWA NTED Smot r Peredem S. A. to 8 p. m. By appointment, co Solo 655. I,J- 6 Wu V-TOrite
Miscellaneous Bo Hoppy Dancin Feet for the Holidays. FOM- L RENT --e t* enla Aerl-
____ ____ -FOR SALE.-1i951 Ford V8 4-door erry s and A HpNew FO RENT -
WANt ED--Modern apartment. Bellal excellent conditen. Call Coco So- Year. Harnett and Dunn. wOOpi1 a a ... l3 E (Ilestes AJerl
Vista. two bedrooms. etc. Jonuaors l oa637 or,8413. ,. Room@d o '* L op, r- -' 30L419=8 ; -(Agencias AiW1-i;H""-
15. Writ FEY E Standard. ------------ s________ M Ida Cornnell, popular dress- -F -, -t .M
A5 e 6 Panm FOR SALE-2Plymook h ri snness Coupe maker at Balboa Clubhouse, who OR RENT:-urnished room for bo- 0 at terlude
A do 31 no 1952. Book price 1.590. Sell $1.- 4s a patient at Panama Hospi- chelor, Villa Carolyn, Apt,-I. Three is~U -le cori.,h op
Youn3 Americon Couple dec ie 'a- 550. Insured 1953. New license r . is back to all her clients. houses before Rece Track. i ...B
c n quarters., furnished apart- togs Phone 83-3294. Curundu I&AN -G:-Go N HLTH Skepic O" ' M e
ior furnised room, beginning, Heighrs* 71 -F ENGINEINGH- -Y.
Ph, o.nenPed"ro.Me''-e d SERVIC:- George D. Barb, Jr,H S Skeptical Of
1, Jan. 5. eu iP FOR SALE--1946 Bu;ck., Seadnette. E. Cortective Adustment of the DEALESN.NEW AND .
4-520. after p m Rado, excellent condition. TeL 2- Body Structure, No. 11., Seventh (Continued from Page 1) USD EA LNNTURE AD ua
4396. Williamson Place, 0"5 St.. telephone 2-3833. 8 a. m aooperatOn tOf allw teopleUa, nd U FJ*IT URE
Furnished 2-bedroom apartrrn e-F -, --L .1-5 .--- --i 4 ip Aby appointmentdi1 fo ,
qu ed Bella Vista Call British Le- o -,is Ol. mbill gb bne wit- respect forlwhat was and
gi 2-0912 from : k 30. r. h. l,00,b.: b FOR SALE ot.i.lo n --.
6ed. De Lux. rlI wish o k8tats' a spokesman said. ,.
S Sition Offered r. S Vis.. vm, .shads, ,,, ted ltoats & Motors lbh Mopcow. Stalin's replies to O
Position Offered . ', .the questions were not censid. th V P.O. 't
TE'-lereloss 'onn ls fullI poge ee, Vw-w FOR SALE:-12 H P. Johnson "Sea ered surpri'sing in the light of V-AL S S IE
WANTEDoe.-Experenced Panaman- r, i, Une oe" Laste new. 3hnWl sell ohe end of World War h f A
d iver'sbilnguall salesman with lstic seat covers BARGAIN.Ma $2000. Cal 8Z22.' ur whe end of World War of
drive .,ce.e Apply person be n in sewtm Panem Heghtst or 83-'512E ICurundul.r 1 o was noted hattsYl nt O.t..TSON
wtoc reference to Agencas Euw, Auto, Ave. Juste Amnemona e ind --.-- -lso toa e ra ,' -+a-
LeeSA 08t StN.30thSkret. in hisOct. 19 slatemlnt to thes ...To e ..tei"46. *'1
Cri obal, Colio n,n D r F- a a uP .inr a it .
riANTED:-Offe girln ,t 6kow- RS. 4 Dr. 6 omuns Party congress re .. SWE@W.
WANTED:---Office girl with know whe wal .undecoated rumi stated his thesis that war -
ledge of Enrglish-Spanish steno- 00. 1415 B. Corr St. Tel 2-1851 tween the capitalist and 6o et e:o
graph Experience essential Apply --T 2- 5- a systems Is not Inevitable.D l Ill V-re "t,
Casa Central. Baovor- A.enue l, nTr 7d Observers In Moscow also not- mf y
9126f colo. N infrmaionCoRils1tted- that the soviet. press ii we I..l1f Jff)
91e coion. No informaoton bs The commandant of the 15th Eisenhower's election, has S th la .
WA -- Ep c s Nn- C a |H .I Wilh Naval District, Rear Adm. A. M. fulously avoided personal at- I ;'
WAIED'."--EpTy,,ence E-g-i,.h-i Bledsee. has announced that tacks on the President-elect. iS i Yf ou la 'Tho L A (VO) *" .. ...). .
Spash enogapher Coo. 'obk Wis Toy nTo rvico Brouwer of Panama Ths follows a patern setfB- 1 i fi t '
Pictures. Eusebio A. Morales. "-E'! C E Vy City has been awarded the c in- Prime Minister *W-Nwa ..,
Cangrelo." gilm TO tract to paint the Navy housing chill'sng return to power in 1 *
nt Help Coco olto for the sum Since then Churchill. once the SOUL. )o ( -..
I L Th wor w hihofh8,2. Soviet Union's public enemy-o Oe..d.- -A, Vn 0; -Siji ..-ll8
.Help W nted _iOBANGELEsDeri-26 kp I :The8ork. which has been 1 has never been criticized -100
H- el Wanted The **Grandma" seri D 26 ,Up started, is expected to be corn- sonally tt t.h n v o. Is: en :00 Tia: M b^oS .+? fbco WA.#ED -Mad- must know ho- robberies remained on pleated on April 21. 1953. Iws fel t hat the nxt od -1 .i., -
to cook. do laundry F-.e rio osa solved, police believed today. as s up to Eisenhower and t .4hae M w.. c
week. App v in person, house 1423 Mrs. Ethel Arata. 52 steadfastlySplm aany To indication of agreemfat ASS I05n--Nlw' n. 'S. a*
Carr St Balboa Solar. $40 denied any Part In the 2 .0o0NpWll l Wt e rom him probably would reslt .a- S
00 month. robbery )f the Uniou Bank and ra d .e in arrangements being complet- tJ7 sW'
How tever, police s aidtht Of Sd for the sste m eating sets1&." -
Trust Co here last November.VIihnaed for the suggested meetfl i
..S However. police said the tinva Iwithin ra SSfew week 10. 1
Mrs. Arata admitted holding When Stalin offered to 1meet1 kn a
the Citizens National Bank Nov. President Truman in 190,. he "tde- 2:
S26 and the Cahfornia Bank Oct said his health would not per- 2:
17. netting about $1.500 from the SEOULJ Korea. Dec. 26 UP; mit a trip to Washington a.4 !n2
-i I K J two jobs. **- aneis Cardinal aSesman suggested Moscow or alteras- Vo :
com pleted a 23-hour tour of tiely Warsaw or Prague, 1. -
Descried as "a deeply rell- United Nations troops last night Staln has not seen t-
iotus woman by piolle Mrs. Ar- ehich will keop him busv writ- ern head of state since teI-M .
ata said she robbed to help oth. ing letters lotr weeks. conference in Potadam. At tain
teta in need She was captured The New York cardinal re- time Stalin saw and talked
IRES. Christmas Eve when her attempt corded names and addresses of E lsenhower and saw him
n the U. S. National Bank in thousands o American soldiers later when the general s
nearby Areadia failed. he spoke to during his tour. He Moscow as a guest of t n "Sovi t
Polce ald they were inclined w ll v.',rte a ltte to the families government. .be .
to believe the grandma" ban-.of each one. Last year he wrote Observers in the RusIan tdre.'
dit's story of giving 1oo to the 6.000 letters after a similar ital suggested that the
Speedy and having no knowledge Christmas tour. of the front and answer Interview
of the Union Bank and Trust Co The job at writing down the Russia to take the Initltin u f
holdup Nov. 12. TI Raid they names went to Pvt. Ralph 06- suggesting its wi ngaiw"r- t
would continue the search for inez. of Topeka. Kan. make every poiatMp effort,
,Inother "gr&a.di.nma eunwoman Spellminan ceL-brated thr e e secure peace.
Mr. Arata said she had only Masses between midnight and
63 cent. i, her uurse hen she noon at three dtIf(eren t points.
decided 'u trs- the bank" In Ar- including the 1st Corns and the,;lght
cadla Police said the nooroarh. U 8. 2nd Division.. I
ed teller MsuLorene McGehee He flew from unit to unit In Slt
endingg money. Instead of On returning to Seoul hait Yaa
urnit aer the cen tns of her night t. cardinal of iated t in
the alarm the Immaculate Conception. at- MEMPHISB Tens..Dec. D f- :-:'
% The wo n as atuaed ba tended ta 700 Amer." cAn and A alight earth "r--a
a er Wiiam J Lloyd who European orhiDpers. shook houss S
haid Mrs o tata pleaded with Christmas trees was9 t
TRANSPORTATION 7i0 A tm erc her a -uAss she lTeniegee and tr- .
The Fisk Transportation bec use .ahe looked so harmless " five s ants
truck tire gives more Part of the bank sains went f centeeds nar
Pranmileage because its thick ank M' Kellar and Mrs Mary o"
i tough tread is designed Grace Johnson. Mrs Arata told -d. Mr' Dave'
..to run cooler on long-dis- officers. She baid the two women .' 4
tance halls. UdPaul. Mn for the Christmas
tr r how she obtained the funds.
"I don t kr ow why I started
robbing banks," she told police
.I needed soifLhgney, yes. but
A AIE don't kep W.:: h ook. L It ,- TRUNK & BAG NF.
needed it mftr#han I did."
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l a rI ien. Richard B. Russell D-Ga.
rigwr ew v o slaid today it is difficult to tell
UWW WWU g whether-the next Congress will
EF11Mri v.'1or'ln harmony because "pres!-
Ii Uga dent-elect Eisenhower hasn t
SDem crats adhis domestic program very
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c ( ate Armed Services Committee,
: tGTON. Dec. 26 (UP) declined to predict whether the
.i iaul H. Douglas said resseon will be stormy or calm.
Satmocratic Party "I don't know what the new
Mg policies of "sane president is going to propose,'
If t hopes to re- Russell said In an Interview here.
S ower- The Georgia senator, a leader
ratlc Party has f the Southern Democrats in
I Aro- thecomes aIcon Congress. said It is too early to
ahe Illnos tell what the lawmakers will 00
' "in an interview.on the question ol extending or
that President- euttina foreign aid.
er may *get more He added, however, that there
ts Spe .| iDemocrats than'is a "feeling some arms aid ought
S min foreign to be continued, for some time."
p a lSen. Leverett Saltonstall P.-
itACs. A- Mass. will replace Russell as
S- coht n already has one head of the Armed Services
tin C.ti t ,ty the RepUt- Committee when the new Con-
natan 9c performs that erss conveens. The Georgian
rove- j ljnt l well," Doug- 5s~d he and Saltonstall "are old
Sa ld.'"It -are two con- friends and have worked towe-
Ito a- a nktive .I-the country 2i er for years' but he plans no
e.i w l one." r.spcclal meeting with the Massa-
Se 4 also s. 34 democrats chusetts senator before the comn-
i ,n0 shoud maintath-a' friendly and mittee chairmanship changes
red at structive" atl as the hands.
1-, tloo p pring the, Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney I-
t b power adm ist11kla siigested yesterday that
Aarh e a Democrati DJErty should Marshall Plan countries need
e wthe party of Widtapfgresulv-jimore trade" and "less aid" in
"tlp he said, eoIWa1 ZItZl o" in their dealings with the United
.th. tradition of Woodrow Wil- states. Russell observed today
i so and of most of the pro- that "that's been the Democratic
r, trn akl Roosenlt.. nositfon for years."
14*f the party becomes domin -___-------
i d big business, it ws lose Insurance Taxes Utp
support of the wage-earmers,1 CHICAGO (U.P.I Life in-
a# lad qhall farmers and the middle surance companies will pay a
ltlkhi- clsY." total of $138,000,000. In federal
Income taxes on their business
Maeico The so-called "liberal" wing in 1952, an increase of $13,000.000
tlvader s0, the Democratic Party was ever 1951, according to Alfred
weatwd considerably in Con- Guertin, actuary of the Ame-
7 011W g ,r t-by election defeats and rican Life Convention.
11 0o conservative Southern Demo-
1", rits will play a much more
It' aImportant role in the new Con-
dagy; gress than they did at the na-
und st tiarl convention last July.
or -pt,- Douglas declined to discuss
So0-, directly differences in the party.
i.. kWBut he WOai he thinks "the
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Heinrich May Lose Job

For Tomorrow's Contest

United Press Sports Writer

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 26-Eddie Crowder, a
magician who directed University of Oklahoma to
one of its most successful grid seasons this year,
p -ohably will be the starting quarterback on the
Vest team against the East in the Shrine Game to-
r rrov.
The tall quiet field general system in mind, and try to fol-
hv; o iniprep~sed Head Coach low it as much as possible Sam
H,'wie Odel. of the West team Baker of Oregon State will do'
th- t hi has lust about taken'the punting: Crowder and Rey-
in lobh awav from Don Hvin-.nolds will try for points after
r.ch the famed Washington touchdowns if any; and Eo
rpsinr arc Barker of Washington State
Odell tnon't make his final will do the kink-offs.
c'ections until tonnight. hut
ite say's: Meanwhile, the East squad
'loked' like a potentially high
"The mnist [or.eiful of our ,coring outfit. After pushing
qurterback4 will start ,ver nine touchdowns against
Sa local semi-pro outfit in a
He wouldn't say % h e t h e r, scrimmage Coach Biggie Munn
thti woulo be Heinrich rlhind his boys concentrated on
c(owdcr, but pressed further! defense.
about Crowder he said. :

He is ; niity ball handler.
ha a good head and can pass[
On top of that. he's a fine boy4
a, an individual and an excel-i
lent influence on the rest of
the player., I know Heinrich I
h-lter than any other back. yet
I'm extreniel," impressed by'

one ot mne most impressive
men of the eastern backfield
has been Bill Reynolds of
Pittsburgh. He is an explo-
sive runner in the work-outs
and has just about clinched
a starting berth on the East

t.. "w' Munn has installed approx-
Billyv Vessels, Crowder's All- imately 40 plays compared
Airiican teammates at Okla- vith only about 20 for the
homa. says much of his sue- A'est Whether this will hinder
cecs could be credited to Crow- or help his squad remains to
der. Vessels will be a starter In be seen. In any event, it will
the West backfield. along with offer the fans a wide variety
Johnny Olszewski of California of offensive splender to watch.
nnd either Bobble Reynolds of
Nebraska or Don Johnson of Both teams engaged in a
C., single workout this morning.
'In the evening they attended a
[.cli .4ni ulined '- 'vill start Christmas party and exchang-
th? game with the platoon -d gifts.
Final workouts will be staged
Tomorrow ofternnon and then
..J r.Je;s i heRd coaches of both squads
will announce their starting
!lineups definitely.
HAVANA. Dec. 26 LUP,-Littl -
Tcny DeSpirito Ls three notches,
closer to c ieakin the all-time
jo cev reco-d for booting home,
w 'ners n A ing season.
:. a:zC .LLo t, ,ci out.
the Oriental Park in Havana...
i had a mount in .all eight races.
The Lawrence, Massachusetts
hardboot won three of them. He
scored in the second aboard Ca-
less, in the seventh on Sally's
Last and in the last race on Don
Those three wins give DeSpir-
ito 370 so far this year. He needs
12 more vins in the six remain-
In, days f 1952 racing to tie the
all-time mark for U. S. riders.
That mark is 388 set back in

Official National League tig-
ures released last night show
that Stan Musial won the
league's slugging crown as well
as the batting title. Musial had
a .538 slugging average, the sixth
time he's led In that department.
Chicago's Hank' Sauer was sec-
ond with E5.1. Ted Kluszewski of
Cincinnati was third with .509.
Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh and
Gil Hodees of Brooklyn were tied
for fourth with an even .500.

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Tomorrow Clevand Browns Grid Tite

Ist Race "E" Natives 1 Mile' 1-1",. .
Purse: $275.00-Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Double '
1-Miranda\ A. Visquez 120
2-Campesino V. Castillo 112
3-Tin Tan R. Guerre 107x
4-Pregonero B.. Aguirre 115
5--Opex J. Baeza, Jr. 108
6-Duque J. Shalk 99x
7-Dlez de Mayo J. Bravo 120
8-Juan Huincho R. L. Oil 104
9-Romantico A. Mena 10
2nd Race "D" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $300.00- Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Double
1-Dixiana B. Aguirre 117
2-Villarreal E. Ortega 105x
3-Annie N. B. Moreno 111
4-Tuira R. Guerra 11lx
5-Manolete J. Baeza, Jr. 112
3rd Race "I-1" Imported-7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 1:45
1-Tnterlude R. L. Oil 109
2-Galante 11 V. Castillo 120
3-Jepperin J. Baeza, Jr. 114
4--Nijinsky Josd Rodrig'zs 115
5-Pia' A. Mena 108
6-Batt. Cloud B. Aguirre 116
4th Race "1-2" Imported-7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.0 0- Pool Closes 2:20
3-Mosqueton R. Visquez 115
2-Linnev Head J. Bravo 115
3-Bartolo F. Rose 117
4-Mon EVoile P. Ord6fiez 104
5-Miss Fairfax B. Aguirre 113
6--Hechizo V. Ortega 114
5th Race "A" Imported-I Mile
Purse: $1.000.00-Pool Closes 2:55
1 -Bendeguz i A. Ubidia 105
2-Chablis) B. Pulldo 110
3-Booji R. Vtsque 121
4-Roy. Alligator B. Agulrre 128
5-Viajero 3J Bravo 120 T~a P"TCU AND THE
16-Dietador F. Rosawia lZu&1082. NDTHE ra Othn.bin R.o...m- aih obs

6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Double
1-Pincelazo V. Castillo 114
2-Astoria 0. Castillo 114
3-Gorsewropd J. Samaniego 120
4-Pamphlet H. Reyes 109x
5-Royal Claim 3. Cadogen 110
6--Novelers V. Rodriguez 112x
7--Silver Domino B. Aguirre 120
8-Canatag*a K. FlOres 120
7th Race mport 7 Fgs.
Purse: $400.90 -Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1-Alto Alegre A. Mena 107
2-Mr. Foot J. Bravo 115
3-Goylto R. L. Oil 109
4-The B. Road V. Castillo 117
5-Mimo A. Vasquez 109
6-Sun Cheer B. Aguirre 12,
7-Delhla B. Pulldo 112
8-Apretador K. Flores 120
ALTO ALEGRE races out of bet-
8th Race "G" Imported-7 Fgs.
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 4:40
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1-Scotch Chum 0. Chants 108
2-Paragon 0. SAnchez 112
3-Rosarlo 'V. Ortega 115
4-Levadura B. Pulido 120
5-Hurlecano J Bravo 112
6-81smo B Aguirre 120
7-Dofia n elda K. Flores 117
9th Race "D' Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00- Pool Closes 5:15
1-Turf Lodge B. Aguirre 110
2-Bedlam J. Brav 111
3- Trafalgar A. Rodriguez 116
4-Grsau 0. Sanchez 120
5-Vamplresa A. Vasquez 120
6-Bedulno 0. Castillo Ill
10th Race "G" Natives 2 Fgs.
Purse: $a0O.B0 Pool Closes 5:40
1-Villalba K. Flores 112
2-Miramar Jose Rodriguez 115
3-Araucano O. Chants 113
4-Piola E. Silvera 107

Sugar Bowl Sports Carnival

Tomorrow In New Orleans
United Prfta Sports Water

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- The Sugar Bowl carnival of
sports opens in this fun-loving
city Saturda) with one of the.
most brilliant arrays of amateur
sport, stars ever assembledout..?
side an Olympic meet. "'
"We believe we have the creamt
of the crop in the various' rts
represented in the carnival,"
said Fred Digby, general man-
ager of the Sugar Bowl\ "We
have any number of top athletes
featured in the various -eVents."
The six-day carnival which.
will be climaxed on New Year's
Day with a football game be-
tween the University qt Missis-
sippi and Georgia Tech,- opens
Saturday morning with the ten-
nis tournament. ,,
Saturday night comes the
boxing tournament, followed
by the Sugar Bowl regatta of
champions anid the track ad .
field event on Sunday.

If that doe
or's fancy, t.
ketball tour
the limelight
Tuesday nig:
*Louis, the de
Louisiana St.
In its tenn
Bowl was able
the top 20 ran

i Tropical Parl- knew what he was nartMullo. ,ie
doing in the $10.000 added p. i *nar Mulloy h 1
' Christmas Handicap. Colon Bowl Bound The others
He handed top weight of 1261 event are Ton
pounds to Crvstal Boot and the _. __T n Francisco, raI
Splucky little thoroughbred came Te L dllyo s rnis el Br
through in a driving finish. No. 9; Bern
S Jocey Con Errico hustled Bobe IC lo e cent, 14th;
Crystal Boct into the lead at the 15th Robert
first turn ad rated him on top KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 26 Hal BurrowS,
all the way in the mile and one- ..UP-Tennessee's Cotton Bowl- Mulloy hpa
eighth handicap. Elixir was a BIG MAN-Bob Petit, Loulsla- bound football team lost the ser- for the' tour
hustling second and-A Recline na State's six-foot-nine cen- vices of coachh Gen. Robert Ney- pected to be
ran land today and it was doubtful the ttle..4
ran third. ite. established five Sput- i whether ne will be able to direct flaVor-,.t -b
Crystal Boot aid his backer eastern Conference scoring, the team against Texas on New tolta
$6.80, 44.50 and $3.70. Errico's records a sa sophomore aver- Year's Day. of Out --N01
mount' covered the distance in, aging 255 points a game. University President Dr. C. k. Ipl ~ .
1603-5 Brehm said poor health had do BuIre.
S1:3-5. 'EA) forced -the noted coach to the Two powi
sidelines, but "it didn't fnecessa-. iate kbOxtb
Srly mean he won't be at Dallas and Syrac.s
coaching at the game." tou aient.
However, he said Harvey Rob- It M b.
inson, Nevland's assistant, "will appearahoe h
take over the duties and respon- igan State -I,
Always Ask sibillties of Athletic Director and presence of C
Head Coach Neyland pending Spartan Jinet
f General Nevland's recovery.'" rapin fistic
for Thus, the Vols will be forced to Rhodes, ftcr
hold their final workouts with- weight chbt
or out Neyland in charge.. Intercollegiate
Brehm said Neyland's physi- cbampion tr-
clans advised him becausee of ber, another I
Shis health at the present time, pion,
She should not participate in 8yract',.
coaching activities preliminary ern cUae g al
to the post-season game in the and which.hb
A LLCotton Bowl." leglate chan]
-*. The nature of Neyland's ill- appears hero
ness was not disclosed. However, with a 1-1 re
.DISTILLED AND BOTTLED earlier in the season he ws Art Nelon,
bothered by a gum infection John Orange
SIN which has continued to plague .dl .ptg oe
him and which resulted ?n re- .
CANAPA ports he might retire.
Juckey Eddie Arcaro returns to ,
the racing wars today in the
$20,000 added Las Flores sprInt, ed '
opening lay feature at Santa ft
Anita in A.rcadla, California. The
Santa Aniltb meets last for 60
WAL4g9 VlILLE CA DlAA days. Arearo will be riding thp
s e sa favorite-A Gleam-in th4
P Flores. Ead,e has justpretu.
from a European trip.

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nament moves into
t on Monday and
hts, featuring St.
fending chadlplon;
ate University, St.
and Villanova.
is show, the Sugar
e to snatch eight of
nking players in the
nt the list s-Oard-
f Miami, Fla., cur-
ttlon's No. I plaer.-
in the star-studded
m Brown, Jr., 6df Ba
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0wn of LoS Angele
ard Bartzen, 1th,
m, 13th; Tony Vin.
Sidney Schwartsv
Perry, 17th, qnd-
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-Only a "super effort" tblyh
Clevelknd Browns will enable .
National Footballh League's A-
mertcan Conference leaders
defeat the rival Detrolt. Lon torO
the professional tampionshp
of the werld, ConA Pan Brown
said today.
And the key, Brown made it
clear, was the physical condition
of the squad by game time Sun-
"We have chance, of course,"
Brown said, "but wp'll have to be
at our absolute peak to win."
"Whether we can be at that
.peak or not depends oth heth,
er we're at full strength-and
that looks highly doubtful."
Therefore, said Brown, who
bua guided his Browns to sev-
*e 9 consecutive championship
games with only one loss,
"we'll peed a super effort."
The squad Worked out Christ-
tV". afternoon as usual while
.Aht "important" players sat
dt'*the practice to let other In-
i -heal. End Mac Opeedle,
Nfhiarck Dub Jones and tackle
herl Kissel. The three Browns
aret offering from a variety of -4
te tacd knee ailments.
-o Volgt., head coach at
Northwestern and former tackle
coach- of theBrowns, saw last
Sunday's game, at Detroit when
the Lions bowled over the Los
Angeles Ru~eq In a National Con-
ofeienoe plaoff and returned
here to tell lu Browns about it.
VotgtIs brouWetck glowing
reports of the Detro t line,
whlen he called "very stable."
The Cleveland -players' note-
books for the game were bulging
with Informnatr n on the Lions,
gathered by.ofm Browns' coach.
es who scouted them last week.
In addition, tI .players saw over
again and again the movies of
the Lions-Browns game earlier
ts season to see where they fell
DetrOit beat Cleveland, 17-6, in
that game, and in-fact, the
Browns'have won, only one game
in four--threea of Which:were ex-
hibitios-f-tom the Li0ste giving
the Detroiters the-best recod ofl
any L tea over the Browns,

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Lo'nal TournameUl
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Tomorrow will see the opening
oftthe third annual Junior Col-
.lje basketball Tournament at
Slbua Gyp. Eight teams
| eintwed the 1952 running of
t lbrnament, the last year's
Albrtok Field, back for
another crack at. the coveted tro-
tournament will be run in
f t Bf6n&s, with the finals go-
Sl'*oltaday night, Dec. 30.
k' eft e admnission for students
Si.A-. icrd is 25 cents for
each of the four sessions. Adults
to pay 50 cents a head
three sessions, and 75
and the Navy Cwmmu-
S station will get things
Saturday afternoon at 2
Wo' when they match baskets
oJgr- tight to move into the
e ta slated for Monday
an L? ntght Dec. 29. Right after these
for Tes two. eve the court, Cristobal
c hrs-as HEighnd Gibraltar Life take to
L. (aA) thdbe tdwoods for a game.
__.___ Next action will get under way
at ;4$. Saturday evening when
th ft College quintet and
c Club en9aue in a
ae nd the final action of the
Wiaywll- t he Balboa High vs.
al sports game.
2 }t foour winners of these con-
Srest.ler.ove into the semifinal
iflMonday night. With the
uf the Alftook-Navy
y in the winner of the
Abu ltar .Xile contest in
f game, and the winner of
B i- AC game taking on the
a five from the BH8-
Same, fans are assur-
0 jt plenty of good basketball.
T.:,ay.night's finals will pit
tie two winners of Monday's
against each other for the
cili themselves Tourna-
ampon& This game will
8:15, and will be preced-
a game between the two
j.oa f Monday night's ames
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the A a made him the
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id in the Invitational, Cris-
Eigh seems to be the only
FUh much of a chance of
all the way.
h a team built around the
;ie Isaae. Peltynovich, and
harp shooting Bob Salter,
Paul Moser has come up
other crackerjack outfit.
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Going along with Salter. eb.
tynovich and Bryant Moser uagi
all starts Gene Didler and JlM
8chelbler. Both these boyaN .
ed fine ball with the lb M 4 -
nior Varsity and have.ahpmpp e
advantage with the big teo
thus far. "
Criatobal got their adasba 62
to a good start when. they'de-
feated the Key West basketball
team by one point. Then thpy
literally murdered the BOAM
High team, taking a game witA
30 points to spare. If they miur
dered the Bulldogs, there la-On
word to describe what they did
to the Green Devils of J.C. i en
they defeated them by 36 polte.
This will make the Tiger.one of
two teams without defeat going
Into the tournament. The other
is the Athletic Club team.

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'52 Christmas

Biggest Of All

-Dollar Wise

- 4hristmas 1952 was "the
grand-daddy of them all"-
a p e a k i n g dollarwise-govern.
ment economists reported today
tf'ioffliclal estimates set Christ-
mas sales this year at a record
-m ore than $14,000,000,00(
worth. Last year's Decembel
sales at retail stores totaled $13,.
067,000,000, also a Christmas rec.
Federal shopping specialists
comments varied from "there's
optimism in the air," to "the
stores are out of everything but
customers "
Statistically, they had several
other explanations for the new
record: people are earning more
than ever before, prices of cloth-
ing and household goods are
lower, there are more materials
available for making toys, con-
aumer credit controls are gone so
Installment buying is less expen-
sive, and shoppers who over-
bought during the 1950 and 1951
scare-buying sprees have worn
out -the goods they purchased
and are replacing them now.
. Despite the nationwide boom
In Christmas sales, the biggest
city of Lhorr all made a relative-
ly poor sh.cwing. New York City
sales were. at best, only as good
as last year.
Sales In the San Francisco
area did nut hold up to the
Christmas national average, el-
ther, but i hewhere business was
Good. according to most recent

J., Parnell Thomas

GeIs Christmas Day

Pardon From Truman
president Truman granted
Christmas pardons to two for-
mer congressmen once convict-
ea of federal crimes and sever-
al thousand veterans and 01's,
tWe Justice Department an-
nounced yesterday.
Among those granted holiday
rdons were former Reps. J.
PAMiR| Thomas R-N.J. a n d
Andrew J. May D-Ky., William
Big Bill Johnson of Chicago,
and two agents of the Central
intelligence A ency Miller
Holland and Wayne Richard-I
Sin a Christmas Ive gesture,
r. Iruman also restored citi-
zenship rights to thousands of
persons who lost them for mil-
itary or civil crimes. The pro-
eitk.,l.ions applied to:
..1. Those convicted of deser-
t.i Pnd dishonorably dis-
&&Ad.'d between., the end of
Kgnihg, in World War II -and
the cutbreak of the K orea nft

2. Those convicted of violat-
ing a federal law who have
Completed their prison terms
and who have served honora-
bly in the armed forces since
the ?,,tbreak of the Korean
''e principal citizenship
right restored to the pardoned
persona was the right to vote.
May was wartime chairman
of the House Military Affairs
ComMittee He was paroled in
Mky.* 1950, after serving nine
months sentence for accepting
bribes from the Oarason bro-
thers munitions combine.

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CHICAGO, Dec. 26 (UPI- south to West Virginia and some pardons to former Representa-
The unofficial tabulation this ihgt snow in the Lakes region tives, J. Parnell ~wma New
morning showed at least 201 southwest into Missouri. But ex- Jersey Republican and Andrew
persons killed in Christmas ho- cept ior Uther flurries in the J. May. Kentucky Democrat.
liday accidents throughout the ejetern and upper Great Lakes In Crestwood, Mo., a widowed
United States, including 178 in region, partly cloudy to fair mother of six children a.id she
traffic accidents, six in fires, weather was Lhe rule for the re- was "overwhelmed" at the action
two in plane, and 15 In mis- glor, from tiU Rockies in the of"'bl and little 'people" whoh
cellaneous accidents. West to the Appalachians in the contributed $4,480 to pay Wf the
East. mortgage on her home. Mrs.
Hundreds of thousands o f Charles P. Nichols was widowed
Christmas travellers still faced Nearly ever/ region had its Dec. 16 when her husband was
trips back home along the Jam- own Christmas story of Mome stuck by an automobile op pled
med, overloaded highways. guw0 deed for the unfortunate b four-teaen-air Wh Vo, W to-
The National SaTfty Council President Truman, gathering len it for a wild ride. -
predicted a record -smashing with relatives for the last White Sheriff MNorman hb6tP 4
total of 590 persons would die House Christrmas of his term in Paso County. slo,. oildd upw
in traffic accidents during the office. made news by granting truckload Of presenf-teA4 MNOi
four-day holiday ending mid- toOs, -roceries. clo thin and me.
night Sunday. ney-for the four childrtel-f a
ibh sr UnprediclablNey o,. .
natenant farmer near AOfTns I
Rail, air and highway systems TwUnprdlscI PT t enant ro r hea b de ll .
gain begatmn to re the crash hosllecnd whop had bnee ome
w re h rh l T unis .r n ath, a wo had beenft to
cf heavy travel, as many per- e ia l in a sewdhis wife to Saopl" it
sans started back to their jobs Ts lo uns SiV Euene Ryan; a Webster City'
and homes after spendingtruckr .and
Christmas with their families r a., truck d raver. hio n lVf o and
A previous record of 555 au ar i one four months old, Ja t
tomobile deaths win. set Iagt TUNIS, Dec. .6 tUP'-The un- their trailer home and aly
Christmas predictable ey Oaf Tunis, nomi osselions two dayp. So e
nal ruler o'f .t:.7rench prVOec- ed Radio statIoU w n K. FJ r
F w areas had frh snowfall torte, gave in yesterday and puat ,the r t rtion".] vMi

f'oinom the New England Mountains The two deoreeg deal with pow- t ,k transnorts deUlive d

Army To Probe

Sale Of 43 PIntis

0f Blood Plasma
MIAMt. bec. -2fAj '- The
Army ordered an investigation
today in Its sale of 43 pint of
b'ood plasma to a veterans sur-
plus store in Miami at a time
when the Defense artment is
pleading fpr-bd' tUor's.
The lasma Was a shipment
rof military goods sold to the Mi-
ami firm by the General Depot
at Memphis, Tenn.
William A. Weintraub. a part-
ner in the private Miami firm,
said he did not Order the plas-
ma and did not know it was in
tnW shipment until it arrived.
Sen. George Smathers D-Fla., In-
fo-rmed the Defense Department
which asked the commanding
officer of the Memphis depot to
investigate and report back.
The officer. Col. W. W. Watson,
said the presence of the plasma
at Memphis was a "mystery." He
said his depot did not handle
medical supplies.
About half of the bottles of
plasma were stamped with labels
stating that the blood had been
donated to the Amrelean Red
Cross for use of servicemen. Lo-
cal blood bank and Red Cross of-
ficials called the matter "a terri-
ble error."
The plasma was turned over to
a Marine station here.

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Watch Avoset Whipping Cream
magically turn a simple dessert
ltob an exudaing one It whips
quickly, sad mays etra-farm, rich
f.v a" lclous ill the minute you
S 4t. Safe and healthful, Avoset
is the fresh dairy cream that you
can store ia your refrigerator for
v aomhs. Glaouriu your des- i
S...,M wkh it ,today! f



er plants anf governmental sa-
laries in the fortified pone of the
editerranean pOrt of Bilerte.
French authorities welcomed
the signatures as "another roof'
of the Bey's willingness o co-
opera te with the French in
bringing powerful reforms to Tu.
A week ago he wal face with
a French "ultimatum" threaten-
ing his ouster unless he cooper-
ated. The Be yielded and sgn.
ed the first two articles of the
French home rule reform pro-

lt 0tatq flneicman apdt t" -,
Iadn ef' ij dy and oranr-
tq'eOh prfsbner as a specii
tfay treat.
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$10.000 worth of tax-paid bouse.
*hold furnlh inas to John.G. Van
Dyke. 45. hs wife Laura. 43 and
their four children at talama-
zmo. Mich.. after they had been
named "Christmas Family of
1052" on a national radlo pro-
Sterm. They wev e chosen. from
nQra,than t0100.00 entri Oe
napr fT4 thae i httt ofallPiRO
forelgn.boMcolleige stude In-
Sto their home for many- v '
The United States military a
West Point for the tarst t.me 1i
Its 10-year history Invited the
families of Cadets to .JQt in
Christaas dinner and *e1t 1.-
537 persons, repreadntig every

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Holiday or not, Albrook Rescue is on the job.

Albrook Rescue .Center

Has Christmas Mission

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Christmas Day or not, when gineer ;A/20 JL. Bailey, ri
someone is seriously injured and A2C C.A. Bcoit, radar; d
cannot get the necessary medi- Sgt. E.. Maddox.
cal attention another way, the
Rescue Coordingtlor Center goes
into action.. Tru s
This ia what happened yester-
day when the RCC was advised
that Luls A. Arauz, 3. a PanCa-
inanian citizen, had been accl-
dentally shot In the back while A IWhi Homo
hunting near La Palma. A ti
A O2th Air Rescue Squadron
H-S Helicopter left Albrook short- WASHINGTON, Dec. I A
ly after 11 a.m. Christmas Day -President Truman and
for La Palma. Captain J. R Pea- family, like lo o
cock, .pilot, had alm Cap vf w American
jerry, JlbrokFht Su et Chrlistmes w
geon. The opte w a bb A.- Id
corted bya SIt Air Rescu uTUMls
Squadron 8A-1 Albatross: Land RndePnndenca
Ing at I Palma th Fle aht idays But thla
wn ex-mia-.A Aw and pl t rseamly. U
him aboard l the oln id the
the helicopter. The patiet a to the Capital
rived at Albrook at 1:30 p.m. dwe to hel th_ T
where an ambulance irom Santo hoats
Tom s Hospital was awalft W ,s
Araus, a lumber worker, it l
third Pnaanla a
from La Pata b'tbe
In the luast three kosiev-
other m&ans9 1
postble If
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